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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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I HALF A MILLION PEOPLE LIVE IN YOU SENTINEL-STAR- TODAY


within.r*. kick. 75-mil create* radius 24 per of cent Orlando of Florida's the b nb enttnel'Tis 1= See .__ _.. Page 7 Grove tr R Fgs 21-29

.restock production, 56 per cent of Florida e u a! Sport )eggs i-11 Theater lags' 30

:ida'i f.m 4 citrus.vegetable. crop 92 per cent of floe, 110. Real, Estate, Fog 1 14 Kadi. -- legs 31 1



a Privilege to Live in Central Florida-The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant L,


NO. 737 * ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SEPTEMBER 14, 1947 FORTY PAGES

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.' Price Spiral 'Bust' Fears Sounded; High Wages Share Blame'Speculation'



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Bowles Sees GOP 1 Florida ....>..v.:.. : ;& _., Weather Bureau

AgainSouth's ,
Snarled Weighs Warning
Hopes THAVANA* '
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Leader
rBy l' e Av-> 'la'H Press I .o 'S ''sly Te As
Fears that the nation mightbe A severe hurricane con

riding its upward price In Earnings taining winds of 140 miles an

spiral: toward a "bust" were I JACKSONVILLE t[ U P J] o .. .1 hour raged steadily throughthe

rounded last night by Sen. I The average income in Florida Atlantic on a course

Ives [R.-N.Y.] and Paul Porter '' o 0 0 rij.E has continued to hold the MAP- [above] SPOTS STORM CENTER 880 MILES OFF COAST between west northwest and

last Federal price boss under I I lead it has maintained over .A' northwest last night, bringing Its
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the OPA. their center to a spot 880 mites east-
They expressed all Southern States since 1929 STRAIGHT FROM CRACKERJIM! *
apprehension as the east of basic I southeast of Miami.
with exception of the years
food items pushed close to all-time Unless. an expected recurve* to

peaks. 1941-42-the State Chamber of Blow Miss the north begins by noon today
Big Experts
Commerce said yesterday.If
o -.5 PormerEco- the Weather Bureau planned to
total earnings for 1946 were
nomic Stabilizer broadcast a preliminary hurricane
j -.r k .' 1 I Chester Bowles, divided equally among the State's I, CRACKER JIM I I I for no blowin storm to 'hIt. Ole alert for the Florida east coast.'
I, > entire population the chamber Them there dude weather fellows -j grandpappy Snazzy will tell you
of meanwhile e- 'I The American Red Cross announced
said each person would receive hereabout done got the folks that aint no storm ever come afterno I
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.,," '& dicted that the'"ruthlessness riled up that one of them big big rain. Them guys dont have in Washington it had notified -

'- Tax Cut Caution Urged blowin hurricanes is headin this to be colllge educated to know its chapters in Florida. North
0. \Coo" and irresponsi- way, but them rascals is shore Carolina Virginia. Eastern Shore
WASHINGTON [AP] Emphasizing that.My
often the beam.
t bility" of Republicans o the uncertainty of Amer- Heck if them pappy done tole me that of Maryland New Jersey Long Island

in killing ica's foreign spending, Rep. rascals would when that sawgrass didn't: bloom N. Y.. Connecticut and.

price control will Doughton [D.-N.C.] raised yesterday only look at that / / an when the whoopin cranes .Rhode Island to be on the alert
a caution sign ahead of was a whoopin it up. that there'warn"
"coot them the sawgrass an see for possible storm emergencies.The .
GOP plans to slash income no. reason to be rennin
if it bloomin
Irem election of 19480"Ins taxes by $4 billion or more. His listen was to them away from on storm cause it relief agency said its alert g
said unless "wild speculation stand foreboded a tax battle in an whoopin .4 I wasnt gonna bother yon none was issud on the basis of Weather .
cranes
in grains" and other foods is Congress. I they would be / atau._ Bureau reports even thoughthe
-- exact_curve the storm might I
curbed. Congress "will be forced
to plumb arUn The trouble with them fancy
1010.. take was atm unknown. ::
The chamber pointed out
take some action." I that them big goverment fellows is that they
J that averages of the earnings of wind storms aint wOITJ.about everythingwithouten IThe United Press reported from
lie aid be feared
boomlnl"Ih.lnl" r '
each worker or family unit might gonna pay no visit here this year. no reason for it. an they look at San Juan Puerto Rico that vet
bottom to drop out as It did in sults. I storm but we done had too i I plumb addled in the mind an dont I hurricane Is one of the worst
19:9 and 1920.21.- j I much of them gully washin rains know what they are doin. ever recorded in that area.
"But more significant" the -- I Storm orcasters and hurricanns ,
He added however that he CofC said "Is the fact that per :' hunters, teamed together in a coo

r. government hoped business can the solve public the price and E I I I Brunette Embezzles I i E Enters -I II I.I capita income increased 108 per ; Taft Eases Union Fight I slant distribution study of winds and other aloft factors pressure

Europe Hopes Wright cent during time the national governing the movement of these
problem,. adding that "we do not II 1
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$107 000 To Rescue'Blackmailed' : increase was only 78 per cent"The j great storms' confidently predicted
have all the features of a' general i CofC added that in the two SANTA CRUZ. Cal UPI Sen. Communist invasions of unions I! that the.northward recurve would:
depression as yet. I Mate I : I Taft (R.-Ohiol yesterday indicatedhis I which now bar them. Taft:agreed begin early this morning.The .
Porter said in Atlanta that the For Help SoonLONDON Ward 2 Contest year interval in which Florida did willingness to consider relaxingthe to' confer at San Francisco next I II hurricane bred in the Doldrums
country would be lucky "if we DETROIT (UP] Sulky brunette i not lead the South. Virginia closed shop ban on the Tart- I Friday with Gregory Harrison I where some of the Western'

r don't have a bust asserting he : Lilliam Jacobs 42..told police yesterday I recorded the highest per capita Hartley law. if necessary to per- counsel for the Pacific-American Hemisphere's worst storms generate -
believed it was too late for Congress [API Western she embezzled $107,000 Frank E. Wright, auto dealer I Income. mit union hiring. halls in the marl-,' Shipowners Assn. ,was located at 5 pan. (Orlando
to do much about high prices retiring to a siege economy to I I time industry. j _Earlier Taft held a news conference time) near lattitude 223 north.
now. band from the American Express Co. and distributor last night Johnson After a conference with Harry at which he dug out testi- I. longitude 67.3 west or about 250
In Santa Crux. Calif. Sen. Taft dwindling dollars I and gave it to her bartender husband announced his candidacy and To AnnounceFor Lnndberg, president of the SailI I mony of Pres. Truman to supporthis miles east-northeast of Turks Island

IR.-O.1 contended Pres. Truman belts still tighter this week William .who 15 years ago Bilbo Senate Seat or'S' Union of the Pacific [AFL]. 'i proposal that Americans "eat in the Bahamas.
should exercise export control hoped that American flnaI (' has qualified with the White : Taft said that an amendment to i less" to help bring prices down and Its velocity direction and forward
powers more effectively as a will'not be long delayed. '(was accused of receiving $10.300 Voters Executive Committeefor JACKSON Miss. (UP Paul B. the act might be considered.' !' said he was "a little surprised" by speed of 20 miles an hour
means of helping to bring prices in stolen cash from the same firm. Johnson Jr. the man who finished Lundberg complained to him; the prominence given his state- remained unchanged.
down. Three of Europe's greatest I j I 'Mrs. Jacobs, broke down after the office of city commissioner that the closed shop ban in they I ment because there"was "nothing Although at least. 700 miles to
tions-Britain, France and t of Ward second in the race for Governor I
12 hours of questioning and 2. Taft-Hartley Act would encourage newin It. the south the battleship Missouri
Meanwhile the staffs of the aly-moved deeper into I i in Mississippi's Democratic
Pres. Truman home from
special Congressional Investigation changed an earlier story that she In announcing his eandidaey.Wdebt' bringing
and one of the wealthiest ,,
i primary Aug. 4. will his
announce the Rio de Janeiro conference,
said sole ambition
"my
a Into study rising reporting food prices that foodprit"es blUed er states unscarred Sweden gave the money to a boy friend in seeking the office of your I'candidacy for the Senate term of i Lews Aaain Challenges S. was reported to have slowed her
the first of
pinches an I
whom she
expected to marry. pace towards Puerto Rico to allow
were nearly double pre- the late Theodore G. Bilbo next
vise
clamped all the
over CHICAGO [UPJ-John L. Lewis: Board unions whose officials the storm to clear out of her path.
war levels and might go even tinent. !i She then admitted giving the I Tuesday he indicated yesterday. ref -
higher. x I money to her husband to help again challenged the Government I f l 1 I fuse to sign the affidavits will
In Paris delegates to the I!I him pay what she feared was yesterday-this time to act against lose their NLRB privileges.
The WeatherORLANDO
The
study prepared for three shall Plan Conference 1 blackmail I Greek Rebels Reported him for refusing to sign an affidavit -
subcommittees of money. I "Denham'a ruling and the .
Senate-House writing last night their I that he is not a Communist. A. VICINITY *
members who will Giving Up Their Arms statute grant an option t. organizations -
conduct a series Police said Jacobs had disappeared
Lewis president of the United !
of nationwide hearings on the I IProbleml S-; :' with two days' receipts I of labor to file affidavits Partly cloudy today and tom.rrow
U. S. Names ATHENS [API The Greek Parliament Mine Workers issued the chal- j ; localafternoon showers,
question showed it of acquiescence or to
required $193 from the bar where he !i
was em- I lenge at the conclusion of week-
In July to buy the amount of food WASHINGTON' [UP] !: ployed. passed a bill yesterday a withhold such filing," Lewis thundershowers; gentle U mod
that could be purchased for $100 United States last night ,, giving unconditional amnesty to long council.meeting of the AFL executive" ], said. crate northwesterly winds today.
In the 1935-39 period. Further the world that' Yugoslav the guerrillas in the north becoming moderate to fresh
4 pro-
Tonight's Movies The council voted Friday not to i "I choose to exercise my OP-
northerly winds tomorrow.
price boosts since garian and Albanian vided
July one Congressional they surrender within 30
BEACHAM-* of the Thin Man. 1:28.: sign anti-Communist affidavits tion negatively. What does Mr.
expert said. have sent Greece constitute "one of 3:31, 5:3": 1:31. 11'41. days and there were unofficial reports required by the Taft-Hartley' law. Denham to do about it?"
the cost of some foods to doubleor most critical international ROSY Johnny: dock., 1:00. 2:.,. 4.40. that some had already begun propose Cracker Jim Sez:
: Under interpretation by Rob- Lewis reportedly led the council
higher. lems of the 6JO 825.: 10 20. to down their an
day. I. CAMEO: Guest Wife. 2:20. 4.10. 6:00. lay arms. ert Denham. general counsel: for in its decision to refuse to sign the That there snuff drummer was
The survey suggested that a 750 9.40.COLONY. t down here yestiddy an that rascal
short grain crop this year and I of Western Europe's : ;7;45. 1140.ORAND. : Dear Ruth 2:00. 3:55. S:SO, I I American Rabbi HeldBomb.Charge the___NUonal_ ___ _____Labor___ _Relations__ n_ affidavits.. is shore plannin a blowout
,, exports "under the so-called answer American objections. : Denser Street. 100. 3:15.: S:30. here tonite. He done got that
Marshall plan or any other In Washington top j 7:45. 10-00. ; Web of Dtnger.. 2:15. JO. On Fasts Gandhi Almost Mobbed 1''Japan, Loser, 'Better circuit ridin Baptist sky pilot to.
645.: 9'05.RIALTO :
i adopted by Congress" might I tion officials expect to I I II The Shocking Miss Pilgrim, .: I' PARIS [AP Rabbi Baruch hold a revival
force prices higher.> I Pres. Truman with enough i 2:IS,, 500. 7;40. 10:25; Shadow of a Woman I.1 Korff fasted yesterday for the By Frenzied Moslems : Off Than Britain'TOKYO meetin tonite an
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1:00. 340. 6:20.: 905.
The report said that in general facts on the European crisis I I VOGUE: Framed. 3:55. 70S. 10.10. The ./.1 I seventh day since he was arrestedin Ii NEW DELHI. India IUP1 In- [API Japan in defeat he's gonna play i
peak prices for cost of living items I he returns to Washington so 4'I t Bowen DRIVE-IN, 2'30.lost 5.40.Week 8:45. End. an. alleged plot to bombard dia's greatest apostle of peace. has a better chance than victorious the guitar Course sl ,1
i were caused by the he can speedily decide he hits not
unprecedented ; APOPKA: Beast With Five Fingers. .London from the air with leaflets : says
j high.levels of employment and incomes special session of Congress is CLERMONT: Lore Laughs at Andy: .. .... r :'. i bearing a Stern Gang promise of Hindu spiritual leader Mohandas Britain of surviving a paralI I like olden times
In the United States. I ranted. 'I, Rrd DEUANDThe:,, Unfaithful; DREKA I FRANK E. WRIGHT I I retaliation for British treatment K. Gandhi was almost mobbed leI economic crisis Premier Tetsu I when the wim-

.. Cover. Bit Town. Violence seeks 'Of the exodus 1947 Jews. yesterday by frenzied thousands ,Katayama declared yesterday because men fixed up .
sear.
NBC Bans Crime Air Killed !3 HurtIn EUSTIS; Dishonored Lad;. city s I of Moslem refugees cheering him i i "the Japanese long ago them baskets of ,
on Baby
GROVELAND: Little Mitw Jim "
[,, learned how to tighten their belts.
for his appeals In' their behalf, food an had din
I HAINES CITY IWonder Who Kissing commissioner from Ward 2 Is :Step-Mother In Prison '
_ Until Late Night HourI Bus-Trailer Her Now. to give growing Orlando an against their blood enemies, the ner on the grouns
LAKE WALES The TJnfaithlalLEESBURO.
ATLANTIC CITY (API NBC FLINT. Mich. [UP A Sport: of Klan; FAIN Mil- honest and businesslike admin- For Torture of Child Hindus and Sikhs. Charter but that he shore was a hankertn

announced yesterday it would not baby. Richard Nagel. was I lersoa CaMMOUNT DORA. : Ramrod. istration of Its affairs. I TAYCHEEDAH. Wis. (API Mrs. for a good hoe-down. The parson
broadcast detective crime or mystery and at least 13 persons i SANFORD: The Hucksters PRINCESS He is a member of the Ameri- Lorena Griese, 22. yesterday began Italy Leftists Order Strike A.M.A. aan.4'- w. says that onless Jed Prod takes
programs before 9:30 p.m. Jured several seriously late Decor That Mr GaL can Legion the Greater Orlando I serving a three-month sentence in ROME (UP Leftwing political Service :: the pledge he aint inVited. an thathe'll
New York time beginning Jan. terday when a Greyhound GEM WINTER: Big Town.LAKELAND GARDEN. : Lost Honeymoon: Chamber of Commerce. Orange the State Women's Prison here for leaders. smashing at Premier de /Mw: shore have to stay out in the
1. 1948. : FOLK Dishonored Lady: ; Assn. and heat an let the skeeten do some
collided head-on with a I' County Sportsman's II "torturing tormenting and cruelly Gasperi yesterday ordered 850,000
PALACE: Over the 6 iue Fe Trail. MU- chawin fore he can come in.That'sgonna
loaded semi-trailer truck one Irrton Caw LAKE Three on a Ticker other organizations and has livedin maltreating" her stepdaughter metal workers in Northern Italyto I
English Actress Dies north of Flint. i South of Monterrey.: Ward 2 for nine years. Everdean.. begin a strike tomorrow. WI be bad on Jed cause hits
iI boon to be plumb hot for a spell
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LONDON (IAP Daisy Dormer I I .
64 a star of the English variety New Jet Fighting WHITEMAN TODAY'S TIDES
stage for many years died yes- j l PAUL TO PICK 'DINAH SHORE OF CENTRAL FLORIDA' _Deyt.aa teach aiX New YU*myr_ tweet
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terday. Ready Now, Army I i' I IiJ" U.34 t.a. and Lao: ..*.
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We will make our regular truck II is ready for preliminary Do you want to be the Dinah WHOO's Fort Gatlin Hotel studios |radio career, report to the WHOO of the contestants will know OVERNIGHT AND Maximum '2j Minimum TS
tests. Army Air Forces Shore of Central Florida? any day starting tomorrow from I{ studios at the Fort Gatlin and which of her selections has been DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen lam--------- 151| t pm. uuu II
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from our new temporary new- $250.000 theJJJ. Paul AVhiteman, the great or- Star Hunt contest. The 15 records then will be 'yon t .m. _------T 77 I 4p.AS ____, .
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ville and Miami warehouses.We Orlando is looku judge the and he will name the winner. delivery by Sentinel-Star 7 amt on 'fa I 1 pm.-
:M.oW. ing for a glamorous '. wired Walter Speight.WHOO's The preliminary contest closes Express, the Jack Rabbit 9 Sam---------an: ====== ::1 :I, Sp.$ p:ea.-: :. .- :1
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F.j Lags. In Fire Prevention aI Rules r Laws Chiefs Agree Here




I Page 2 Zr h, ? wmtojm &tt tfhtr>I-&far Orlando. Florida
September 14. 1947
I Miami -
Official .x<

Fire Underwriters said yesterday: I.I.'W; Leesburg Chamber Asks

Since on Pres.fire Truman's prevention conference last- ::11. New Teachers $280,329 Budget Wins

Says Governor May. almost every State In the

Union has taken concrete. action Traffic: Action

The, Bielaski Georgia said.Legislature this Added at Cocoa Formal Council Okay Tangle

Partly fo Blame year created a Building Safety: !Scecisl' to The S..r-v 5-. --e' S."'
Council to set
up standards consistent I
with the building exit code [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star [Special to The Sunday Sentinel, I-StarJ] ( LEESBURG-Leesburg's acute traffic problem was

of the American Standards Assn.I COCOA-Eleven new teachers. DELAND-Formal approval was given Friday night to i .j tackled yesterday by the Leesburg Chamber. of Commerce
hotel Florida fires a year after disastrous The council was authorized to issue *:, including three male members, I the City budget for the next fiscal which suggested immediate action.
in year totaling $280,329
Atlanta and ,
Chicago. certificates of grace the faculty rolls of the Cocoa I
occupancy which over protest votes of "There is a constant stream of traffic
remains behind most other States must be displayed prominently. schools this year, giving a two of five Commissioners. The new on Main Street,"
in preventive legislation. Miami While the standards have not yet 'complete complement as of the budget schedules a decrease of approximately $10,000 in .a chamber spokesman said.. "It looks as thourh wi w.,*
Fire Chief Henry R. Chase, first been adopted. builders have been opening session. expenses for. the coming year. having an all-day paraae." 0 -
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'ice-president of the International notified that new structures will : The seven additions to the I >r inc :same tui Association of Fire Chiefs and: be approved if they""meet American i high school faculty all college erning officials passed an ordinance so bad that little time can be local traffic
Orlando Fire Chief Maxie 0. Bennett Standards Assn. tests. t I graduates are: I calling for an 18.5 mill levy "" I made by motorists it WM said. problem for many years Ksrrov
agreed here yesterday. I, Serving on*the Georgia Safety' Mrs. Geneva Travis graduate of for operating expenses and a nine [ Clarke Dolive The congestion not only slows streets, the rapid growth of Lees-
Both held Gov. Caldwell partly' Council are an architect contrac I the State Teachers College of mill tax to pay the debt service re' down the movement of cars but burg and greatly increased
to! blame for this situation. and tor, Murray Ky. former librarian is dangerous. the chamber I traffic
in
,, electrician. plumber, a city I quirements.Of To [ pointI have made the problem acute.
Address
"u e Ula tnat building Inspector and the State Hickman High. Hickman. Ky.. li- the | ed out. I To ease the s.tuat.on; the
he total budget -.5 city
personally ; .' brarian. approximately :
Insurance It
[ Commissioner. I was suggested a good deal of discontinued parking
went tQ< TallaI i A CPUS 01 j Miss isabeu Aaamson. $204,000 will co for operating -. congestion could be relieved if of Main on somt
cnecK State activities Soil >II-tF!: \ parts St. installed a
I hassee and asked [show the interest Bielaski holds I of Georgia State expenses $75,000 to be : Experts through traffic could be.re-routed. ber of traffic lights and num.
the Governor to j Women, taught in Mayo utilized for paying the City: bond LESTER JOHNSTON, son of I 1 estabUatl.I
important is graduate// At
have being maintained: obligations. ,Spec ol f-i Tie Sunda Sen*---StcrJ! ] present. Main\ Street is the local I|ed_a truck route.
prepared 4 I year home economics. Mr and Mrs. J. M ;
Just this Johnston
legislation. I last week Minnesota I DELAND Clarke Dolive soil route of U. S. 441. the highway I
requiring L Miss Charlotte Hill, : i
''i I and Ohio were holding fire prevention Chief reason for a one and a conservation technician for the 'has enlisted in the Army Air from Orlando to Ocala.
sprinklers the University of : .
conferences Minnesota no I half mill increase in I Magnolia St. ,
and New taxes was Volusia one block south of --
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: to be install- previous experience English. district will address mem-II | Corps, and has been sent to -
I Hampshire will tackle the prob- i given as loss of revenue derived I bus of the Volusia Cattlemgn'sAssn. Main St., or Dozier St which
I ed..lnhotelsand | lem in a State-wide conference Mrs. Margaret B. Reese grad- j l from the sale of lands for delin- I( Chanute Field for basic training faces the Venetian Gardens were KEEPS
Tuesday
at 8 pjn. in the :
other
of
places of j uate Georgia State College for He
Oct. 14. taxes. In addition. the new |County Commissioners meeting graduated Lake- suggested as routes for a bypass.Clarence .
public assembly, Women: taught physical educa- ; I
without result. Illinois has called a conference tion in A. X. Du Pont sewerage treatment plant takes all I room at the county courthouse view in June. Lamb was named RQOM A'.JtIN '
I I School.
S for Oct. 16, and the Gover- Jacksonville
DeIPlte.rhat I last year, and la elementary r I
I nor has mailed 3,000 study the
I they said wereipdlcations invitation. school here before stated yesterday. problem. Other members MOTIO
I I of I to and hotel-men. Insurance experts .last: to teach Junior year High social j. City Mgr. Fred Gross in a report -1: Dolive will explain the placeof < Miss Horsley I of the committee are JohnY.
municipal chiefs. I to the Clark and Fred
Herlonr.
Commissioners
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public apathy I Itjje studies and English. | on the soil conservation in benefit- -
Insurance agents recently made budget stated, "This The City of Leesburg and the "
two chiefs Clyde L. Speed. graduate oft budget will]L Inc cattlemen, and discuss means .
a Statewide Inspection of hotels!I meet all the operating require- :I State Road Department have
sMd efforts would Bennett in Emory University Atlanta. no utilizing the service for improv- Becomes Bride
be intensified to secure proper Arkansas and reported that In: previous teaching experience, I ments with no decrease in service,, InC grazing lands.
law's' at the 1949 legislative session. one due hotel fire 18 lives were saved mathematics. .and I ask that it be accepted in its McDonald asked members (ISpto' The Sundc Sen ne1!-Stor) I! Bus Operator Exam JA-
to
i topping$ here on his way home guests prompt compliance by I James Huffman graduate of present form. I do believe, however bring those who were interestedin WINTER GARDEN-The mar- i I
i from the State Fire College sessions after with safety rules Invoked University of Florida, taught inI! I that a more definite revisionshould I joining the organization to the of ; Deadline Announced !
the riage Miss
Chicago and '? be Sarah Louise Hors i
last week in Ocala. Chase Atlanta dIs- Eustis High last year. commercial : made for contingencies.I meetinar. He also stated reoorts I ,
was shown a round-up prepared!I asters. .,: subJects. J I' 'and capital expenditures than the;'from the State association would Icy; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !I I (ScecJ': :.> The Sunday. Sentinel-S ,;

for the Associated Press by George A similar case was reported in .. W. G. Stevens University of i I''dependence on a possible return: be discussed. Vince Horsley of Winter DAYTONA BEACHFollowing !
Terre Haute. Ind, : from sale Garden.1 I a meeting of. the Civil Service
Tucker when quick action Alabama, graduate the of lots. f
on ; taught ini j
steps taken
nationally )! by hotel to James Theron Jones Board yesterday Mrs. Jewel ,
following 200 deaths in hotel fires personnel and aDazna preVlouslY: : to instru t i UTfU .
In 1948. coolness of kaests prevented loss i Junior High mathematics. Church Circle and Mrs. S. W. Jones of Winter : Wilkes. secretary announced that I
all
'of life and enabled fire workers Four new I Sight-Saving Garden. was solemnized applications for examination
Bennett said that one frame teachers one a forI Monday i
hotel hue bronchi Its fire Insurance to save the $I million Terre Haute j'I|I mer instructor here. were added I at 8 pjn. in the Beulah Baptist'Church. I I bus to establish an elgible list for a''

rate down from nearly House after damage of only $4,500. '! to the elementary school faculty. I Groups Meet The Rev. Mark Dobbs i the Civil operator must be filed with Zephyr isaiah .'1 ggif.tyiisttd
U to It cents by installing The American Hotel Assn. reported -, These are: Classroom performed the ceremony. i than Service Board not later fts.. finest 4".bIt
sprinklers. that many hotels In all Miss Mildred Stow, of Arcadia I' I Tall baskets of white gladioli The noon Wednesday. Sept. 24. weaL n. ...tilet.. f..tur.
sections of the Florida. At TavaresB examination will be given .teated. will ....til
The chiefs country are Insulating -;! I against a background of is, Ibet ,
agreed that hotel palms at 9
fires often get out of hand becauseof themselves against fire Miss Elizabeth Adams sister of Planned formed the decorations. Setting I\the City ajn.Hall.Monday\ Sept. 29, at "; cay ...... ael .lest II .... II
the reluctance of with an application of a chemical Mrs. Travis new high school BERTHA WILLIAMS was illuminated with lighted ta- "I the less it..lf. Msay 1.,1e.
to call the fire department management before known as Albi-R. which may be i teacher, of Hickman. Ky. [ISpeeiol to Pie Sundo\' Sentinel 5crl [Spec c, to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor] pers in graduated candelabra. > ... d.aiss; .n eef" e14sz.L
amateur efforts at extinction have : applied under the paint or on top |I Mrs. Louise Stevens former DAYTONA BEACH-The Pilot TAVARES-Mrs. E. A. Duckett Miss Katherine Hamm. Pianist !f Apopka Council Fixes FHA ...L

failed. of it. The association said the.: Alabama teacher. Club'Will install two "eye-saving entertained members of the Florence gave nuptial music. Miss Clarice Rates at 5.10 Mills t

Saying that fire losses are higher chemical was so fire-resistant that I| Mrs. Virginia Weinberg, Cocoa. classrooms" in Daytona Beach. Willingham Circle Baptist Jernigan was soloist. The bride j ,!"_- ,. -
l' J but.deaths from fires are declining It could withstand the heat of an I I former substitute and regular one of which is to be in the S. Women's Missionary Union.: A devotional I entering with D. L. Reeves, a close !I, tt: 7eAPOPKAThe rgiyJ'- !
teacher of several Ridgewood School was by Mrs. Duck- met
the acetylene torch. years a en first grade given friend
Associated Press dispatch i iI iI I of the family, wore a white
continued: : I 'me association also is readying Both J. V. Revels high school taught by Miss Fleta Doty, and ett. Program on Prayer Changes gabardine suit with as a board of equalization at City
white
___ principal. the other Thinps_ and New I acces Hall Tuesday and fixed
AL L a new pamphlet on and L. R. Williams will be the Volusla Ave. Orleans. the I II millage at
4 U we conCIU51on: arawn, "Flameproofing" elementary school third grade I Gate to the World, series and carried a white prayer five mills for debt service and 10
from scores of State and municipal for hotels and multiple dwell- principal. announced .room of Mrs. Miriam was presentedby book with white gardenias and
complete schedules Radford. Mrs. Wynn Nutt. Mrs. ] mills for general revenue a reduc-
I ings. It said that hotels asworking FrankJ.
of
reports acUon taken since i everywhere pink rose buds. from which fell
very smoothly before The Banning and Mrs. Robert Lee. tion of one mill on all non-tiome-
were rooms will feature
the nation Installing Improved white
dealt Improved satin
t' punch by 61 was deaths In a the one-two Hotel!I I sprinkler systems and enclosing schooL the end of the first week of lighting with curtains Present. were the Mmes. J. W. Mrs. Edwin ribbons.Hudson bride's only I stead property. City tax bills came : Ventilated AwningsOF
I LaSalle stairwells and elevator provided to cover blackboards Mosley. B. A. Cassady. Herman out Sept. 1. Among other matters I
fire. June 5. shafts. attendant. chose
t 1946. and) I I Cocoa schools opened Sept. 4, when not muse. Ellis F. J. Banning. Robert a powder blue discussed at the meeting Tuesdaywas
1191 deaths In the Winecoff Hotel Indian hotels for the first and with wall Lee. gabardine suit with ORLANDO
I time allowing two days preliminary painted to reflect W. E. Nutt and Mrs. T. W. white acce.ssories. receipt of anonymous letters
In the State's more lifht. Kemp
trtirdy at Atlanta .
history.
Dec 7. In ) will 1 she
all.
schooling" before students wore a corsage of pink oft
by Iclals.
Into Funds I city
get visitor.
% a total of 200 people died In hotel I be under rules and regulations I I the full swing of were raised by a Pilot rosebuds. J 14 E. Church 5$. Room 111
Ill Issued regular assIgn- Club dance Aug. 22 and the Mrs. C. S. Daniel entertainedthe
fires in 1946.'More by the State's
fire
I I i marI and full Best man for the bridegroomwas WHOSE KID?
jments schedules. "
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progress has been made I shal's office. effective Nov. 1. I The high school enrollment of club wishing at the well. sponsored by the Frankovitch Annie Nutt Circle. Mrs. Hazel Edwin Hudson. Ushers were GOSHEN. Ind. [UP) The wide- 'i Phones
this year than in any ten previous The new regulations will affect (319 on opening day was practical- for Improvements Boardwalk. Wiring gave the devotionaland Austin Cadwell and-.tallard Clark.1 'eyed seven-year-old asked. "Who's..i
rears but the job Is to keep Interest 330 hotels and were issued as at the Volusia program theme Home Mis A reception 'got me?" as he left the Orlando 694-.21061i
a ,ly same as last year, as was the school will be donated slona.ra.s was held at the II j courtroom. i,
by Fred by Mrs. O.
j high until the reforms can be I result of legislation passed by 3 elementary total of 405 although Newcomb. and'paint i J. Dykes I home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Reeves I A few days later the judge answered i
for the Mrs. M. G. Treiweiler
nailed down the 1947 jobs and Mrs. Leesburg 411 R4
General
by legislative action Assembly. it for the his
had been predicted that both is being donated j immediate family and question by giving him
by Service Paint Dal'1eL I
I in most of 'the States." A. Bruce These provisions Include en- ]school enrollments would be considerably and Glass.Miss. I Present friends. Cut flowers in pastel I to his mother. ;;;; -5
were the Mmes.
B closed Edwin I
{,aski. assistant Interior
general manager -I stairways, enclosure under the past few shades were used throughout the
of the National Bureau of oJ elevator shafts with fire-re years due to closing' of Banana I Adams.Harwell. George J. W. J.Works. Ralph I house. The bridal table, decorated ,
sistant material linking of hotel River Naval Air Dykes. Ellen with fern -
Station. and -
dainty cut flowers
,
Palm Beach is Perfect for alarm systems with city fire alarm I BradleyBetrothed : I Ramage. M. G. Trelwieler. Hazel was centered with a tiered wed- j, for A. S. BECK'S
Frankovitch. Leon
Stomach Ulcer systems and flameproof of an I better fire protection Ragan Duncan Keys. John ding cake. After a short honeymoon < Wanted New Modern )Ien'. and Women's i
Pains I bunting and streamers. | requiring Dykes. Joe San
at Daytona Shoe Salon
hotel Beach the couple : -
stairways be ders. Miss Margaret
DXMrt ss' that tttt tnd ..caU... and Tennessee enacted a number of separated from Harper. Miss I will reside J
tr,.d.m from worn are Idrtl f.r torntch ,laws giving the State : public hallways and enclosed by I Daphne Roue.American here. Which Will Open Soon f
mlccr ... But wh* UI ffor4 inch lui- I fire marshal ,i flameproof partitions. Another fSpecwl to The Sunday Senfinef-Srcr Legion Post and Aria- Mrs. Jones graduated from
1I1MP Larky hat rtfintry mtrtil eta I authority to adopt any fire Ocoee High and is Manager "
now :
(ft Cdl T.bl.U. a combuuUca .f thru vention code necessary, and preI the!I I I bill prohibited more than three DELAND Mr. and Mrs N. N. iliary enjoyed a covered dish sup-, by Dr. B. P. Harter employed
of rlcntiftcitlr.k. ipBraved mtdielaM far rflicf marshal filed 5,000 elevators or two dumbwaiters In Jacobs of DeLand have announced per held at the pavilion on Lake Mr. Jones attended Assistant MaiegtrWmdow
r tad ttomacta pain. Indlimlon. pages of codes I Lakeview High
the same elevator the Dora. and served TrimmerRcttd ;
hrvrtfcur*. our stomach and UMr Condi-: and documents with the shaft. engagement of their daughter. Auxiliary members held a
dn tlov callN4l fcf IICMI aeld ISe a bat. tt of the State of Tennessee.secretary On June 21 a report from Chicago Constance Ann Bradley. to George business session with Mrs. B. A. j intheNavy. ; She So..."" ...

.FUM* 4 starts**. .1 ni7.Odin Over must. 210 confine mlttio or nasa tfoabl -. Early In the year the New York said that many hotels had Glen Darty son of Mr.D. C.Darty Roth presiding and voted to I, Experienced Retail Sho S4IIW. .MI5 1
.;7 asr Bra** tack. Legislature passed two bills for* failed to comply with a new city I of Lake Wales. The wedding will sponsor a junior department. Bar- and Mrs Robert Roof. Miss Virginia -: HAM sad B.g $.("*..._.
ordinance passed last December be an event of December. ney A. Roth appointed general I I Gregory Joe D. Duncan, Cashier
and affecting 1,385 hotels. The Miss Bradley graduated from chairman of the Armistice Day Miss Barbara Rees and Warner Porte

ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY ordinance demanded enclosure of DeLand High School where she celebration asked the Auxiliary to : Hodges enjoyed an outing at Daytona ; Stock
lay
Combination stairway-wells and elevator shafts was a drum major with the band.' appoint a committee to work with I Beach.
Venetian Blind. Awning and Shutter with flameproof materials, but I She attended Syracuse University the Legion committee. Mrs. C. P. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wood I Excellent Remuneration-Lift Insurance Sick
hotel men claimed a shortage of i Syracuse, N. Y. and Florida State Lovell. Mrs. James Hunter and t f.ward left Wednesday for Free Hospitalization-Write in Benefit
material ,and expert labor had College Tallahassee. She will be!i Mrs. C. B.Treadway were appointed I mond. RICh.j' Confidence to
CUAfrVIWFLORIDA prevented them from -acting]! graduated from Stetson University J and the committee met PriI I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cowart and A. S. BECK SHOE CORPORATION

promptly. I I next June. She is vice-president I; day for planning. children returned from Kentucky M W. 4JRD
Some States have passed leg- !I of the Student Body at Stetson I I Roth announced that one of the, i and are leaving to reside in De- STREET MW: 1OKK: 1*. )I. y.
t .. klation against smoking in hoI I and a member of Pi Beta. Phi attractions for the celebration I Land. Interviews In Orlando Will B. Arranged2911jfA
I TZDI DU Z tel beds with heavy fines and fraternity.Mr. win t>e the ruth Artillery Band

APPLIANCE & SUPPLY INC. jail sentences as penalties. One Darty attended Alabama music through the day.
Formerly hotel Insurance man explained: Polytechnic Institute Kiwanis Club entertained at
: Home Insulation for two
years
Co.1
"We don't have any spies peekIng prior to dinner Thursday when they had tester
952 ORANGE AVE. -I entering the Army. He I
4 r.A'1'TONA WINTER WINTER PARK PARK. FLA. into rooms but fires started served as 1st lieutenant with the as their guests wives and school GENUINE BETSY ROSS SPINET
ORLANDO by a bed smoker faculty. Robert Norris
2078 70S can always be AAA in France! Italy and Germa- was In
600 detected and the occupant of the j :ny. At present he is a law studentat charge of the program and intro-
room Is liable." duced the school
Stetson is principal. H.
: a member of Sigma
,.
I Nu fraternity and_Pi Aloha Delta; Jennings Rou who introduced
legal fraternity. each member of the faculty.
r Kiwanians Introduced themselves
PAYSGOLDTOPARKCAR I and stated what grades
their children were in.. ApProXi-
FRANKFORT. Ky. [UP] A mbtorist mately 101 were present.
paid $2.50 to park his automobile .;I Lake County school lunchroom
12 minutes on a downtown supervisors met Friday.C. -. '
.:; street here. When parking meter I' E. Crosby of Wesconnett, /MODERATELY -
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:: : ,.. ..,- collector. Ernest Braun checked I Fla,.president of Florida branch.

== \ '; ..l- :" .., ..<' a machines$2.50 gold few piece days in ago the he penny found National League of District Postmasters p
and Fred
:: i slot of one of the V. Owen of
machines. A I Satsuma
past president. visited
penny pays for 12 minutes parking Mr. and Mrs. GUARANTEED
C. S. DanieL

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Savings Build a. Home
I S [Special] to Th. Sunday Sentinel-Staff ""'
; DELAND of business. Miss Home has beenon 59
Arthur Spalding a leave of absence since January
Jr., has returned from Glacier National to accompany her sister on .a years of uninterrupted experience In building

., Put part of your earnings each week into an insured savings of attended Phi Park.Delta the Montana Phi national legal convention where he I: business Boating trip enthusiasts to Brazil.met Satur- finer pianos Is merely a background for this mighty


account, at the First Federal Savings and Loon Association of in While obtaining there he a was fratemttY'j together day night after at Welaka taking for different a get- Letter Betsy Ross Spinet.? Acclaimed by both novice

; Orlando. Don't Stetson law club which water routes to the meeting place. and accomplished musician the
give yourself a chance to spend entire be affiliated with the Taking boats were Dr. Theodore outstanding pianoIn
your national '
or- Hahn.
Arthur T.
: Mitchell. Carl the field..
ganization.
pay check! This Teague, Ralph Sefton. Phil Knox -
way you can savings-insure Miss Curtis Home
your future homeownership has returned I and Phil DeBerard.
and to Stetson where she will resume Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Machenare

: .. happiness. of her secretarial duties as associate professor in North Carolina visiting their: a . a . . C 0 0 S .' Sasy
science in the school .
son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest ASSOCIATED STORE
o< I Machen Jr. : BUDGET
TERMS
Mr. and Mrs. James Sweeney 14J N Oraite AVI.
Current Dividend Rate S ': HEAR EVEN IN and family have returned from ld Florid* :

. Canada. ,/you cannot come Into the store
: Rep. and Mrs. D. H. Saundera iwrite: for illustrated PAYMENTS AS LOW'
NOISY PLACES of Ft. Pierce are guests of Mr. and an catalog.
J ': Mrs. William C. Smith. AS

: 2 1//2 % per annum : I New AO-ln-On* Sonoton Mr.family and Mrs.have Chester returned Howarthand from Nam< $20

Hushes Noise-You Relax Pendleton. S. C. Address .

This niwestSonoton. It the i Jimmle Thus has returned from C
ONLY all-in one instrument Jacksonville where he spent the A MONTHFLORIDA'S
with Bi-Focal: Control. Great past three days on business.

First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n comfort SeeitlSONOTONE through aolor_dayl parents University Miss Jean prior of Botts Chicago to return is visiting where to she the her- fiifi?' LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE{ STORES


OF ORLANDO' is a medical student.

Charles Holman has returned
S Of Orlando 611 METCALF BLDG. from Ocala where he attended the
fireman's school the past week.

50 East Pine at Court St. PHONE 2-2101 Beach Vacationing Is Miss Amelia In New Kendall.Smyrna

Telephone 4191 Mrs. Kenneth Douglas is visit
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5i In. Smooth-sanded Douglas "'r tsars with this corrugated marquisette with permanent cellulose fiber; washable. Tan style headlamps for safety. Fits sweeping tasks. Long-lasting fOlll'timu. unusual value is being offered meat doubles Us strenglh. lee:
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September 14, 1947 COLLEGE PARK SCHEDULES SPECIAL SERVICES


WIVES AND MOTHERS OF DRINKING MEN IGALLICO'S A THIRSTY LAD-FOR A SODA 'I

1'1: i,. ALCOHOLISMSuccessfully Church Opening Slated Today'Formal

1'....... vftfe OM Week .! Hwpitallzatlaa ] U.S. Fountain.Concoction"sUnknown

WHITE Write CROSS ter I...HOSPITAL....... ,, ',I Is. opening of the new Col-i the Rev. George E. Grader, former I I In Nowmb '. 1N4. the dturds..
6280 Central A...... pastor.
S*. Petersburg, Flo. lege Park: Methodist Church at was offtotally begun with 57
.. __ Inventor Princeton and Edgewater, will take I'I I Walter Menges. of Fin. Methodist :i!sons signtee as charter lief.
-- Lauded will be guest soloistat i mtlltbera.
4- Church
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1.i place today in a series of special the morning worship service I They worshipped temporarily IQ

i i servIces celebrating the new edifice and special music is planned, store building at 221', t
I' By PAUL GALLICO I L which has been under construction throughout the day. I Dr. In December, the Edte1r&ter

IFLOOR LONDON any one should ask you to name the finest for two years. ,)1 College Park Methodist !unit was completed and education

MATS l'i drink in the world. you tell him for me that it's the American t. The Rev. Maunece Felton pastor : Church was organised. in 1913. I I Branscomb was guest dedicated.

I ice cream soda. I do not know the name of the inventor announced that Dr. Paul A. ', with the backing of the B ardI 'The first unit served both speaker: .
f of this / Fletcher, Orlando f I of stewards of First sanctuary q
concoction but I wash I did for I would write district superintendent MethodistI and Church
ScW
4 FREE, INSTALLATION I would bring the i Church. Initial I rooms.
him
an epic of and morning
praise admiration. He was a treat !? I Ij I Marvin: :Me-
I man message at 10:55: ajn. t new church were j The new church
i"I j ily nostalgia for an ice C. L -- Rambo and .\. C. building ****
cream -- Call, 1C. I 35. Membership
I VILLENEUVE 8 CO. I i The Rer. Harris DeWese first I! I of the church in!
soda is increased
II by my sojourn in it pastor of the College ParIeth.; :: j! Crooke. creased" to 243 last year.
41 W. JEFFERSON ST. PHONE 8663 the British Isles where of course I House Runs Into Car! I odist Church will assist in the !'I. -- -
------- a lack of milk, morning service.
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--- -- -- -- cream: syrups sugar j IIA1'RE,
and ices makes this Elysian : time it was l\lonL-rAl"J-TbJs a house that] In a special service at 2:30 pm.. Pay by check for CONVENIENCEIt
ran KENDRICK
f Hear DR. McFERRIN Over WLOF : drink: an utter into an automobile. The duel GUERNSEY Dr John Branscomb. pastor of
: i m p o s s i bility. ling was being transported to [above] forma Orlando reSi- the First Methodist\ Church will is far easier ami cheaper to sit at home

:: Tuesday and Friday at 6:15: p.m. But leave us face i another site on a truek-traiter dent, now a Jacksonville Life speak Friends of the church and write check than to drive
e 1'I I it, when' throughout the city are a around
His even if they ,. | a driveshaft snapped. The Insurance Company executive 'especially
j Subject had the materials A !' runaway trailer sped down a hill !and president of invited to the afternoon meeting. the streets looking for parking
%r the sodas and struck a car in which I Rotary Inter- The Rev. J O. Carder, pastorof a place.
"THE
CHARTED ROAD wouldn't be any Claude Allen and his wife were i nationale, left Jacksonville by Holden Heights Methodist
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E TO IMPROVED c good:. __ ...-... ,.. riding. They were, not hurt. Iij plane for en extended tour of Church will preach at 7:30 p.m. CITIZENS NATIONAL
HEALTH"When Assisting in the BANK
1 Before the war j )10 Far Eastern countries where service will be
'" : there .
you hate lost your direction in the were several Rotary has active 1 0' QRLAhCQ _
I : Hood and suddenly come upon a sign post 'London places, in -"it.' Londy Adams Cited organizations the Florida Sanitarium. Each man Member Federal Reserve System Member FJ3J.C
t on a smooth broad highway telling you just adver- ___ i E is invited to bring his son or sponsor -
: :$ which war to to, what a relief you experienced i I tising American '" For !I some boy who does not havea E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141
ice
cream sodas, Gallico Insurance StudyLondy Greenland father.
into which ExperimentsBy _
homesick -- --
The Americanos ----
I sign post removed your fears and M -
-
Adams.
r s ; ,; home.worries and you found way safely bark would wander eargerly! in search cued ye&te.da by the Orlando Life was In- U. S. Are Confirmed + i i lI,+IL+l lll I = -
"' of Paradise
r I .... ak. Lost and emerge i I surance Co of COPENHAGEN
May this I Georgia, upon completion i API-A Dan- .1
unusual programyour lift some of your shortly thereafter, gagging and BE SURE '
rI J physical burdens and mental troubles and with their hurt I j of a life underwriting and ish government official. K. Olden- RUPTURE'Rapta"'d

prove to be a look of pure horror.eyes mirroring i agency management course at the ,' dov, yesterday confirmed reports TO
I THE REAL CHARTED ROAD TO It was as I home office ot the that an American force in Green-
GREATER
HAPPINESS much like company in persons .11. have bees delaying treatmcat .
an American or ttose
I' AND LESS PHYSICAL PAIN" ice creams I Atlanta. II land is engaged in experimentsin Attend Church I nntilUfaftor iros**'-..*+.rstu.ite! this mot ucaioal ol all tru?.tirt*_ue>(
QUESTIONS ANSWERED, soda as an English cup of cof Manager of the insurance comPIilI1T's connection 81LBIES9. BELTLtSS STaPLtSS DOBBS IBtSS: Its PATENTED
fee is like with the establishment UNCAVK: P\U 11 dtsifMd Ie MM ,
an American eiartljr tike
.. ditto. / Orlando district veer baM aaiMutMjR
I office
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I of TODAY adjust itself to entry and A.\ZL'G .
7 - am an addict of the choco- since 1946 Adams has been a station whose purpose i iI tats tOVIKORl; aid HOLD.
late soda in Atlanta I has not been disclosed. ING POWER. It is staple, watbMr ud Mp. .. sad aft M NuJy
when I am at home. for the past two your hat. 'alike lf
I weeks attending I the old cote truces wWl fi ed sercved wi regaled
Here in temporary exile from I a management i I AND EVERY U HILL NOT force Ike mosctec farther apart flit
my MUarsia the
Here is a Great favorite tipple memories of this ence. confer: i i II Father-Son Meet Slated 11 truly draws the r.pd.r..pesi.t t.>*...r. GIVING \Ttali:rapture A CHVNCE kut
I
II SUNDAY TO HEPUR indivHiiully fined. ..
reaMaMr
wonderful brew crowd my dreams ftitH. u. .s for mem.
I Society of Miutonary Men ,Wilt. w..e. and "ddre.
t'BOON"fbi hours.It at night. and haunt my waking I late flavor stands an inch high .I hold a Father-Son meeting at 6:45 I ?,Ij t THE DOBBS THg.; U ea.ntt. Ct.. Orlando. Fla.
; Baby I above the glass a crown of sweet pm. tomorrow in the new King of Open Etay Bay frem 9 *. S. ...... %.128: .
ain't .
beer champagne, nothing, too superb in texture i .
r Comfort whisky or gin. U'. that double and flavor for words. .!
rich frothy tansy cooling, sat A
spoon two straws, and
I __-__4 isfying ice cream soda. there it is vibrant pulsating-_
'\ I.i .- Look don't tell me about Mint ready.

tw t \- Juleps, Tom Collins, Planters Oh. Ye.Gods of Gluttony! That
Punches. I've had 'em all ; :first taste the
:> I l and will mouthful of
\
H confess that they have their mo- j i ;the sweet of the chocolate.
/
4 \) Jc/ ments. I am not a teetotaller 'brisk tang of the soda, the troth.j
II ____ ....J.," and enjoy a good snort as well I' 'of the pow-you*have-it, now
I 1 Thousands of Mother's as the next but for sheer delight!I haven, which sends you on for a.it w
now
"more for medicated silken-colt wUlini'1J'pay and ecstasy in the region of the :' fulfillment: into the first bite of ; x
I: IiYCO-BQ-BOI. and us* it oa Bab] tonsils none of them can even ice cream irrigated with the love- 3ttiv
OMtp1ll,T00 at protect.every Sku..e to soatlie, cool aid begin to compare with that i ly fluid of the soda. !' K

I MOfSES6 Baby thin tender .k1a ands this strange combination of syrup, ice I j Rich though these rewards be !
o.ltst gent!. pretcctioB to cream and carbonated water skillfully 'i it is nothing to the grand finale I
I' ipt11 YyCO' *urine raia t rickey tks: daily hazard of irritattar j proportioned and compound- ,I 1 'the climax of enjoyment when | i
toff diaper sufe.. ed by some master jerk: at !1 with froth e
to
J to tux a et externally ceased neb std outer my favorite gone ice cream gone. |
I y P.8p.8O skin imtatieM. I fountain on Fifth or Madison l+ you discard the straws> lift the'
igayst Yes IVYCO'BO'BOXi does aili ., does 4\'e. i 1
gattlt resist moisture r I 'glass, tilt back your head and ,+
bt 11 p at. 'btt t soothingproueuoa and gottrvg to B.cool"lap _,.'. i I can see him now this delicate subject your tonsils to the first
t p tteYlt to .t tender skin V.. it, and iron will I and brilliant. chemist, white jack-I superb shock: of the pure Ichor JA
a 6s p ttgbt, fio naderstiad get yeurg why today 1I..Ask k.r'. praise it. I eted behind his marble and (of the soda, syrup, bubble water !d
tirbt sl tu h gist for ZiYCO'.BO.BOI.year Powder Bmf-., chromium bar, his head titled for-i! ]melted ice cream, all blended into
.tttF i i Manufactured by ?aaipa Pror Cot ward slightly as his ear reaches ' { ty.ett'- Tampa ru. for my order-"All black:, please." I I'I :and chill y .t
I II I I MAll black!I" Already his hand i What is there to match it?

a 8 II II has whisked a large-sized tumbler : Where is it to be found? Who, w
1 I i I whose narrowed bottom involves I II 'oh who, is the great, great man / .
0 I I only I a minimal amount of cheat- : who thought it aU UP for the likes a.lts
jag on quantity-the house pert: 'of you and me? j :rt'f' <

L .............. .#.ftOM4.0". _Under. .. ____the. chocolate ,
eI \ '' L uel '4.nree
\ generI
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NOW IS THE TIME. ous pressures on the knob. See I
how the rich. .dark brown goo BENCH
II covers a third of the bottom of

.TO BUY YOUR side.the glass, clinging lovingly to the

I j Sow a splash of milk and the GRINDERS! I
/ first of a series ef wonderful =m:
amalgams has
NORGE I taken place.
The dar chocolate Is lighter
4
: y
I in tone mare fluid, better prepared
fer the life infusion that lc
I follow next-the fizzer.
,i ; HOME HEATER Here i5 surely the secret of this* I
I nectar for the Go s of America
the genius touch cf t' ss unknown
?* complete line of Gas, or I! benefactor of man ,; .4. The'master -
j jerk is .all concentration now, r
Oil i for this is solemn
Floor Furnaces, or Central moment the I
aerating of the mils and chocolate
I I mixture utyh' the wire-thin stream
Heating Plants. No of vital and In ing fizz. It hisses
into the glass! as the jerk turns it

Down Payment Required". Up to 36 Months to Pay. I carefully.. to all points of the comp '' ALSOCombination

I r,.. Estlmato Immediate Installation tinder the impulse of this in- I
I Is Jection. the liquid suddenly begins Buffer P
to bubble and boil and heave,
I WILLARD seething with a new and inner I'
: & KEISER life of its own.Vhereas, a mo .AND I
I ment ago it was sombre and viscous -
4
I 709 N.Mills! St. Ph. 5136 now it is light merry, pur- GRINDER !
Colonlaltown poseful and gay. ; High School Gradual

lag Plop bosom! toiii dropped joyously a heav-great I'i !!! s

gobbet of smooth, rich chpcolate ;
ice cream: which again, for flavor I Complete ShopEquipmentSome

FOR A and delicacy, ;s matched in no 1,
DISTINCTIVE RADIO I ; other country: ;m the world and
you can hate all the .
French ice (i :

PERFORMANCE, BEAUTY DESIGN cream Now the in France.master jerk approaches f,II Floor Jacks :

the climax. Infected by his own ;; : YOU CAN --- --
artistry he swings the glass and -
Select a beautiful note tnodel from our complete turns on the soda faucet his eye BAILEY
I keen to the task of producing per- :' MOTOREQUIP.
selection of radios/ and radio combinations fection. As the charged water I
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joins the composition, great, lus .
Liberal cash allowance// on your old radio to be in cious. the brown glass.bubbles begin (o rise CO. : ;

applied on purchase price of hqndsome 1947 Higher and higher under the 78 N. Garland St. continue
watchful gaze ef the super jerk. your edurution I
Prduur). 4i4aie your selection Jront, fiwertcas 4 Not corona yet :of, .pure not jet aerated. choco-NOW! Phone gigs Orlando, Flo. b

finest radio 4111/JS, ,


mMzl"i new Baas fJl'lftl.s If you finished high school. last June Institute. There are standard class ,

(ntJ: AI. and bate found.it difficult to enter room Schools or take Aviation i Gadct
courses, self-teaching i
ELECTRICVICTOR a THE college because of present over correspondence courses in almost texts, .Pilot Training,

crowded conditions, don't give Army and Air Force policy of '.
fJJJLCO t up every subject under the sun, Mpst today
l your ambition for a higher education. is to give
schools and colleges every young man opportunity -

'RCA l 4 4ifJpZZEIl The "biggest untTersity of all"=the credit for the successful grant academic for self-improvement to gar ".,
completion
U. S. Regular Army and Air Force- of these courses. courage him fo mme to higher i grades ,

,; t'FM has room for )'oq. Any intelligent, ami greater achie emept. to Jwlp l j i
Besides
I MOTOR this
h I physically fit young man caq enlist at education, there are him fit himself for a career.

..: pnce and go right pa studying! leadership schools and some pf the WHi<
4 I e MA5QN( Makes Bike a most modern tecbpfca) training Interrupt l
your Do you know any r other educational schools earth. your education? Not a. bit
on Men who
enlist! for of irl!
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MISLEYRECORDIO / years < dOfJBllie
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}fill" filing expenses and excellent pay attend these schools you great' opportunity to
and Iearp sub
fCara' fsufatneyous:education job
.m\:..... tdilgyorr jects such as Jet airplanes and engines be in a you'll
\ Here's proud of. Get all the
dependable door-to-door facts
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All radar af
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fjaasportgtiop for everyone, Anew weapons many nearest Recruiting Station.
.,., ,1.\. UThiizer motor (easily installed 265,000 members of Uncle Sam's others not yet availably to civilians. j

Use our convenient monthly payment planOrlando's l .- Ul_ 1 will carry: oa you any hrever balloon-tired you bike i ant) .. t rnillion-man Army and Air Force: are Other enlisted men who *.iW n.r.C..*.<.1*.*.* *is**.*...$.*,**f.Ay.h UMlHM A.i.ti.a! c.*.*
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precision- courses the requirements pi .. ... bare t.e} '
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Finest Selection of RCA 1 wgiaatcdtmtthlcrccl( 125 wild offered by the U..S. Armed Forces are given the opportunity ycrt tw .aii s tk.ffc ...i,......
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VICTOR Records pa hour I PoWerfull-V.indeed
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.ill:!; : Of Laid State to RestJACKSONVILLE Press, Red* Cross Meet May Draw 500 : .1



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'; [AP] flor- 1 ar
M-; ; : f-:' Ida's grand old man of the fourth Mate session 1 1 THERE IS NO QL"EsnosMACHINE.FILED Jas. Gamble Rogers I II!

i estate was laid to rest under a SAWS

.::1x lowering sun yesterday bringingto j Cut Smoother-Faster-Truer Architects Engineer
1t close that started I
a a career
4 almost simultaneously with the Set TomorrowReservations T PAUL H. ESTABROOK Building Consultants.

.:' reconstruction of the State he I Florida Saw Service POST OFFICE BUILDING
.
:.rLYA1& < knew and loved so well. 319 Long St-Rear
"\t the of the Surer 51.." WINTER PAEK. FLA.
Willis Manville Ball, 88, edi- for the Statewide Situ
tor-in-chief of The Florida
conference of Red Cross workers, .
Times-Union for the past 39 "
years and a newspaper man which starts here tomorrow and

from the are of 19, was buried extends through Thursday, con-
, beneath the towering,. moss- tinued to pour in yesterday and \\\1\\) f"g
hong oaks cf Oaklawn Cemetery seemed certain to hit the 500' '
amidst a mass of flowers. mark. John .Masek.\ chairman of 'I .
r The last rites were simple and the Orange County Chapter, re-
t very brief as had been the Immediately ported. "l
preceding Episcopal Lloyd Gahr who Is in charge of ,
ceremony at the Church of Good arrangements, said that everything -
.a shepherd where Dr. Valentine I was ready at the San Juan -
Lee rector officiated. i Hotel for the flood of delegates. _
Ball diedearly Friday after a who will complete registration tomorrow -
lingering illness, leaving Mrs. Ball night in preparation for
whom he married after his first the business sessions which start 1.

wife died; a son, Phillip !.I., and Tuesday morning. A
.' _. ._ < two: adopted daukhters. Highlight of the schedule for RIO DE JANEIRO: Acquaintances -

SPECIAL GIFTS COMMITTEE of the Orlando ing, Mrs. Buford Vaughan, Mrs. James Ivey, Condolences that began a few the include three business session days of former King Carol pf t
I :
Community Chest [above] which begins active Mrs. John Bennett, Mrs. Luther Graves, Mrs. hours come in after to his the death home continued and to the to Mayor William Bear da II will Romania he speculated be planning yesterdaythat to
might
solicitation tomorrow. Left to right, seated, : F. E. Godfrey Jr., Mrs. Lucy Stimpson Cargill, Tunes-Union yesterday from all welcome the delegates to Orlando the for-
are J. Rolfe Davis, Mrs. F. Page Bussells, Mrs. Mrs. Vaylor Logan, Mrs. l L L Watkins and over the State, for Ball was known in an address Tuesday morn take his oiling bride ',

James Knight and Miss Jane Dorman. Stand- Mrs. Richard Chace. and revered by governor and laboring ing.The mer Mme. Elena Lupescu:
man alike.City's American Red Cross Serv- [above] to the U. S. for medical
'* ing the Community will be the I YOUR HOME'S BEST FRIENDS!

'WORK WORTHY OF SUPPORT OF EVERY CITIZEN IN ORLANDO'Chest Bond Debts talk subject by Allen of the J. opening Carter regional feature treatment. I II


: Total director Preceding of the luncheon Southeastern Tuesday.area. i iI Give your home the protection of Dozier
$3,486,000
I Bike Rider 81 Hurt
Drive off TomorrowWith Robert F. Shea deputy manager ,
Comp. W. C. Lanier yesterday of the Southeastern area, will I t BALTIMORE [AP] George II. and Gay Paints and Varnishes. They cover
- - reported on the city's bond indebt- speak on Serving in Disaster and i Robinson 81, was treated for
an ultimate objective of eral campaign begins in October" zen having Orlando's welfare at edness which shows the aggregate Other Emergencies. cuts and bruises yesterday afterinJ' with smooth, even strokes-make a finish
she declared. total outstanding owed to be $3.- Serving the Nation's Armed thrown over the handle.
$77,530. volunteer workers will
heart, he said.
James B. Keith general chair- I I 486,000. The report was requestedby Forces in War and Peace will be bars of his motor bike. that's and beautiful. Select
I long lasting
kick off this year's CommunityChest man of the Red Feather drive "We are most anxious that the city for purposes of deter- the topic for a panel discussion your a

campaign tomorrow by beginning stated that contributions to the those solicited In the special gifts mining maturity dates which run Wednesday at 9 ajn.
active solicitation of the t Chest will take care of "13 of. group during the month of Sep- through 1965. Individual conferences and dis- Wife Mother'Ride With favorite colors from our complete color

special gifts division of the drive. 'Orlando's character-building and tember make a generous contribu- Af that amount $900.000 repre- cussion groups are scheduled for ,
charitable organizations."The tion. Their investment in the sents outstanding utility bonds that afternoon. i Piccard on Test Flight 1 1I charts this week. Talk to our friendly staff
The group will be under the leaving: a net total of $2,586.000 to The Country Club of Orlando '
work these organizations ,'worthwhile things of this com- i I(I
POTTSTOWN, Pa. rAP A bal-
eo-chairmanship of Mrs. F. be paid by the city. will be the scene of a special about
are doing in our city is ''munity will prove encouraging to- F I j loon r carrying three members of your painting plans.
Pare Bussells and J. Rolfe water safety demonstration
worthy of the enthusiastic those on
sup- taking part in the general I
the family of famed stratosphere
Davis. I Wednesday from 8 to 9
port of civic-minded citi- solicitation National p.m.
every during October. High School Discussion of.Serving the Com- ''i\ explorer Dr. Jean Piccard drifted
Special gifts workers win solicit I over the Pennsylvania feuntrysidej
Test Slated munity Through Health and Safe- t
Speaking
the individual larger givers who THE GALLUP POLL SHOWS I ty Education is scheduled for the I Ifor five hours yesterday on a test
provide a good part of the campaign WASHINGTON [API A nation- general session Thursday at 9 i flight. I
goal Mrs. Bussells said. | wide speaking contest for high
ajn. j} Donald Piccard. 21, son of the
"We plan to chalk up 100 per UN school students will be held here Following several afternoon dis- I scientist was in control of the I
cent of our quota before the gen"Best Americans Friendly To Oct. 26-Nov. 1. under the auspicesof cussions the conference will ad- : flight with his 18-year-old wife I 1J Jllf .
the U. S. Junior Chamber of journ at 4 p.m.Individual the former Joan Russell of ,
Commerce. The Office of Education conferences for staff .Swarthmore. and Dr. Piccard I s
: By GEORGE GALLUP would obviously not be possible by the Radio Manufacturers members or chapter workers may wile Jeannette. 60. the other pas- I
[Director: American Institute of asking one question or even two Assn. and the National Assn. of be scheduled for the hours follow- I sengers. j
I Public Opinion] Broadcasters will co-operate. .
or three. The Institute used a ing adjournment. -- - -- -

-I PRINCETON. N. J-r-TJN Weekis multi-question technique. as it ,

I being launched hi an atmos- often has in the past on other:issues 1
1 tiTI phere of public opinion friendly designed to appraise atti- Juvenile Crime Upswing Seen
toward the UN and yet at the tudes qualitatively as well as : BOXES
same time critical of.it. quantitatively.Some WASHINGTON UPI FBI able increase in the arrest of CORRUGATED
of the 22 questions are Director Hoover- yesterday expressed juvenile offenders." I e
In spite of the UN's shortcom-
fear that juvenile delinquency
given below. Others will be reported -
ings and the gloomy annual report in a second article which dropped off after based Hoover on 371,228 said the fingerprint same study, ; Direct From Manufacturer I
records -
issued recently by its Sec.-Gen. ". 1.Are you in favor of the United the war. may again be on the up- revealed that the number of
Lie an overwhelming majority of Nations organization? swing. 'arrests both
juveniles and adults 10-DAY DELIVERY .
Although a. study for the first
American voters continue to favor Yes. u. ... 85% six -during the first half of the year
Proved the two-year-old world organization. No. ........ ... ...... .. 6 months of this year showed was 20 per cent higher than in the I
that fewer boys and girls were arrested All Kraft Board
by Test- Practically no one wants it No opinion ._ __. ... 9 than in a similar 1946 corresponding 1946 period. He Your Specifications
done away with: on the contrary, ; 2. Why do you feel this way? period an upward trend was noted said arrests of males was up 20.5 Quality Plus Prompt Service At No Extra Cost
Pre-Eminently a very substantial number thinkit i Principal reasons in favor: UN during April. May and June_ per cent and of females. 15.7 per
i should be strengthened to makeit : is only solution to world problems "If this trend continues cent.Those
America's Leader! a world government.That I I in the atomic age: man will throughout the year," Hoover in their early 20's got
slaughter himself unless "1947 into trouble most frequently ANDERSON & DONNELL
Is shown in a qualita- i the nations said. will show a notice- according I
to the
I get together. survey.
r
If It's HEARING want
you tive of
22-question public I
why ..t ...* than the Mat survey I 3. Are you satisfied or dissatisfied Hoover said more than 41 per t:
attitudes toward the UN conducted stronger. Do you approve or disap- '
.
*lten r vid uitiu *a Mdttrin : with the progress made to cent of the records examined or MANUFACTURERS

**. violations. And
full hann and This intensive 202,678 of the
ton also brings
.iw {MngI tiny unit*i* all yuwear. survey I Satisfied ...' .. : % No opinion .. ...". .._.. 8 371,228 arrested had I
B* aura_with ..It...* out cent the of the fact that more than 80 per Dissatisfied ::: :::::::..:::=: r 10. How important do you thinkit records. previous police

America. Aid .f.. "....n.-snit t by TMt"N.ahIn. idea of nation's calling a voters world approvethe confer- I No opinion ." .. .........?.' .. 16._ is that the TJ. S. try to make --- - .- .
; the UN a success--very 1mportant.fairly -- --
The above question also
THC Air UNIT NEARING AIDGMM ence to work out plans to
------- ---- -- ----
strengthen the UN. 1i asked in a survey last April at important or not at all Important I
CHOSII A.OYE ALL OTHERS I which time 26 ? _.
per cent were satisfied .. ,
The desire of the public to 50 per cent dissatisfied, and Very important ...__.."..... 82% -
n.d lor I* ..far.. _FrM 1tI D..rtrstla_ b..kht.. N.bllfbtla. .. Gltnrln ......... Mant the UN may stem from the fact 4. Do you think opinions.there Not so important .,. _....._ 5 PICTURE'EalS" COMBINATION:
all ..akN .Mrlae a.'". I that comparatively few people to- weak points in the UN organization are any- No opinion .. ... ......... 4
day-less than "
one-thlrd-express 11. Will :you tell me who the
? ,

E. C. BLEAU satisfaction the organization with during the progress the two of Yes ...................m..........._._.. 56% chief delegate to the UN organization IN YOUR HOME .

Beltone years of its life. This feeling is No .. ..................._..._._. 12 tries is from each of these coun-
:
Hearing found also among the people of No opinion .. _..:-. 32 -
U. S. Eleven cent named
Service other countries such as France 5. What are they? per
Warren Austin [correct), 14 percent ..
Rooms 10 and 11 Phone I.DT and Canada. Principal weak points: The veto a -
named
George C. Marshall, :0' ,, .
S W.Oiurcli St. Orlando, Fla. I power: lack of co-operation understanding 10 per cent mentioned other Yes your home wB be richer

''I A FULL and rounded measure- and unity: lack of names 15. per cent said they with this new 1948 Stradivarius
ment of attitudes toward the UN I power and authority to carry out didn't know.EnglandOnly. Combination! A :Ide from the

decisions: difficulty with Russia. two per cent marvelous ton. clear reception
.. 6. What do you think has been named Sir Alexander Cadogan
-' the MAIN value of the UN up to [correct, while 11 per cent gave and reproduction of recording..
now? Ernest Bevin. 10 per cent others this mahogany cabinet of period

Principal answers: Effort to get and 77 per cent didn't know. design is a creation of outstanding
rFlVmoRioa together and talk things over; efforts France-Less than one per cent beauty! Dark, rich graining el. -

r to maintain peace; laying named Alexander Parodl [correct], selected woods, combined with
groundwork for future: stoppingthe while four per cent named Georges ,
Dutch-Indonesian war. Bidault, France's foreign minister / polished brass lattice doors makes

fl/fiit/m four per cent named others and 92 t= thin one of the outstanding designs
7. What do you think should r
per cent didn't know.. !
produced
have been achieved by the UN yet
Russia-ThIrty-four per cent
to date named Andrei Gromyko (correct, 's S

to JACKSONVILLE Principal answers: Settlement 22 per cent named V. Molotov.Russia' This Is Thai
Exciting
of Palestine Balkan. Greece and foreign minister two per
90 Mins. $7.15 Chinese issues; more harmony cent named others and 42 per
NEW 1948SmOIUARIUS
members settlement of ttE
among : : 'cent didn't know. 't
atomic bomb control: settlementof 12.Will you tell me who Rus- I ,
TAllAHASSEE differences between Russia and !
sia's foreign minister is? 1 r
the West. f Sixty-two per cent correctly 4

2 Hours $13.60 8. Do you think the UN shouldbe named Molotov. three per cent t r RADIOPHONOGRAPHCOMBINATION
strengthened to make it a world thought it WAS Gromyko. three per '
to GAINESVILLE government with power to control cent others and 32 per cent didn't :- : -
the armed forces of all nations,including I know.In << ': a

51 Mins. $5.60ALL the United States? France. Canada and Norway 1 ht, Stw-tube AC up rh.tr yM. MM.tful .
This question has been put to affiliates of the American Gallup k POYiltt! .. ,.'VMe tabn ,it., %
FARES PLUS TAX voters in an earlier poll, and the I Poll have surveyed public attitudes r s ,S 'Ibe pde.aaca.M .

Airmail Air trend Is as follows: I on the question of whether the r A....ate */<...,. /I lrfl lOaM *
Passengers ExpressFor JJo progress of the UN has been satis- ir new*.

All Air Travel Reservations Yes No Opin. factory to date. : f1 Pwk put & ,.v.r Mtpvt.Aitonatic I
Findings were: .
Aug. 1946 ....54% 24% 22%. Satis- wlme ceaiieLFil
DissatNo
Today .. .. 56 30 14 range lose CPt....
f-1 fied Isfied Opm. Urge 91r.bmvial.
PHONE 2-4568 S 9>>. It has been suggested that a France _.__..... 9% 30%., 61% -I -T- 12-." wwiitoriM .,......
world conference be called to work Canada ............26 38 36
out plans for making the UN Norway _...".... 32 30 38 _
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:1 ORLANDO; FLORIDA credits.Ivjeanwhile, let's have some action on SEAMEN iZeIii 1 Welfare Board Answers Letter

Published .eeklr. few'Yea Day. fourth of July. La hoc the_ part of the ,citrus industry to get .in
Day. Thankifiving Day and Chri tma. by S.itln.l-Star Co. '
{(Orlando Daily Newspaper. Inc. at 238 South Orange Avu.. on the immediate opportunity'to help others JOHN BRANSCOMB. !
Orlando f By 'Poo EyeCites Service
Entered .i U.second-class help, themselves and do ourselves some _:_ __ L u' .. U ._ I From
matter at the Port Office at the The folks sitting in the Amen Corner were Your best may not oe too 00<1. DUS Ja j'Qur f -
Orlando. Florida good at same time.
under the Act of March ,
3d 1178. ,
'
listening to the parson preach. His text was Be best it elicits the approbation of Him who said to I Editor The Sunday sntel-St:

Subscription TELEPHONE Plies-AD Departments 4181 '. : I I Ye Doers of the Word and the nodding heads the one-talent man. "Well done. good and faithfulsen A letter from udentifie
Sunday Only KJO Per Yr. -
THE MERRY-GO-ROUND i evidenced that some were about asleep and the ant. thou hast been faithful over a few things. person is always hard aer,

"IV' MAKTIH ANBUSEN, E ITM AND FUSUSHU : others were giving assent with amens welling up in I will make you ruler over many." Amen! but the letter in The Sunday Sen

;3\V. ttNtTT. Bin. Ms*. HINRT BALCH. Eeitotui Dutcroi' Miners their hearts and finding escape through their lips as An inspired farmer was seen setting an old tinel-Star Aug. 31 from assistance"Pop Ee"

T&i HotiMAM, MAMA.IMC Eo.'MIltON J. AUSTIN Ao MM. AgainstTruman they chorused. "Amen and Amen." Doers or hearers turkey hen on 100 eggs and when a city slicker regarding old answer.age I would much
quires an
|W OLD HAMIITOM, C'L MM. NOMUT CONSONNI SK. TMAS. CREW PEARSON only! Which corner do you occupy? The leaning over the barnyard fence, witnessed the rather know "Pop Eye" and talk

2'W. LU MON, CITY CIL MGL t, T. Man. Tr-o. Sui' > preacher went on and on. I .looked at my watch action he asked the meaning of It and received with him personally. A telephone*

:TlbiuT! f. WAI.TO. Cuss Mat. CNA HS MIMJM Puss Surr. WASHINGTON-John L. Lewis long famous but he didnt see me. I held it out in front but he the drawling reply, "I want to see her spread call on his part to 2-1804. Intake
for political ingratitude, appears to be running true reasonable expectation to have District Welfare
Member of The Associated Press I was so absorbed in his message that he preachedon. herself. That's a Office. Bard
4 S j The Associated Press is exclusively en.z' to form. After Truman vetoed the TaftHartleyLabor I was tempted to rise up and say, "Parson of every one of us. Old Court House where
tilled to the use for re-publicauon of aU Act "as vigorously,urged by-John U. Lewis-. applications concerningold
-.. in order for a sermon to be immortal it docanthave As important as it is that we do something.I! quince or
news dispatches accredited to it or not people wondered whether John L. would wind assistance are nancueo.
14 .4 many :I age
otherwise accredited in this paper and to be eternaL" Finally in exasperation I shook doing something is on a par with -
also the local news published herein t up supporting Truman-, ,as did Railroad Brotherhood my watch and held it up to my ear to see if the of the heart are the issues of life, Remember, mat, I would have saved newsprint.But also !r ance for happiness
j AU rights: for re.publieaUon of special 'chief'Whitney. .. perhaps other persons heath IM
4i ,dispatches hereto are also reserved. I, : thing had stopped running. The parson caught and if tfiere is any life put it down. there will be would like the facts about OAk comfort i to Europe,

ITi The other day In West Virginia came what appeared sight of me and pronounced the benediction. issues. Some days ago a dear friend,of mine passed-: and how it is handled in A. Ask the taxpayer
Fora
PACK SEPTEMBER 14. 1947 to be the answer BiJI,Blizzard bead of After all, the preacher must say something away in a Florida city. His name has been synonymous As members of District yourself, many ef the II

::-r! District 17. who_ never speaks worth while or be can't blame folks for cutting with service for half a .century. Board of the State Welfare Ba group," themselves, Ue (.

i-A: without consulting the big miner him off.That A man of integrity in business and all human 110 pern. including cress, the President aC gee,.

,If' Our boss Washington. called on all relations. a man of noble ideals and lofty aspira- resenting Orange. Osceola. Seminole SUM Marshall this o.e Hen I

Program 4. t United Mine Workers to defeat very morning a little old wrinkled lady tions, all of that. But the list of things he did the Volusia and Brevard Counties District 12 we earache

:f. Elimination of Political, Job Duplication Truman. shuffled down to the front row Just opposite the number of organizations he served the endless are at present serving four- to carrying out the 11

Lower Taxes. Efficiency i. Government.TODAY'S year terms as appointees of the making them.Q .
ytr If the Taft-Hartley "slave labor Amen Corner and meticulously took out her hearing caravan of people who passed through the gates of without
,
I We !
Governor. serve pay
**,- act" had not been passed. Blizzard his life found aid. inspiration and welfare" har
V I and succor our duty being to carry out in ou D"e
&
told the miners Truman would love
.5 guidance would fill many pages. He was a man. district policies set by the I in our eider
THOUGHTS I have passed worse one. so. defeat Better still he served a doer of the word. I'd Welfare Board as fixed by Florida zeus? If so. show one ca.A .
Continue In prayer. and watch In the same with ik him. Speaking
rather see a sermon than hear one any day. In law. not only regarding age U
.-ank.sg1Ving.-coloss1an.s. 4:2.srfl : Note-For time Leishu board of course we do.
some fact. the world has sort of grown weary of hearing: assistance but also aid to dependent ogwouldn't .
.* .k 4 been snuggling up to Tom Dewey.It's beliefs in children and aid to the blind. be giving ou tim* ia4
platitudes about our democracy.
lliJPrayer moves the hand which motes the world. i'- -- reported Dewey doesnt quite pious Actual investigation and attention to the work. Spnk&i
..: j and people are eagerly seeking for a brand of adm- for the staff, definitelyjet-
EJohn Wallace. -ii) know whether to be pleased or displeased istrati'.e"ork is done .
democracy that manifests itself in human
.u rights nave chosen
= === supervision by a competent staff They"od't
Johns
lugubrious
over _
sup- jI service to the weak, aid to the work
dispossessed. light
of social workers selected and paid profe
More About Food Instead of Dollars Bowles port.* jI I for those in darkness, and guidance for those who under the merit system. Chief such .

:I' are lost in the endless maze of things.Let's function of district board members Space prevents ease

I pHE DOOR TO a food-instead-of-dollars When Chester Bo.Ies"a.5 OPA Ad.m.inUtrator.he make the world safe for democracy. Yes. beyond checking, approving bat there are thousands bite
'i. program for relief of Europe is wider sometimes came into the office in the morning or questioning actions of the tr.
verily, let's prove that we have a democracy thatis Iaf II i i -years for the asking from any,

open today than ever. and remarked I I safe for the world. Otherwise, what can we have | at frequent intervals is board member In July 1)47
I "Gee. I had that bad ream'a&ain.." interpreting and explaining the .
M .The Department Agriculture through i, to say about the isms that would engulf people Orange County alone 1.971
I Then Bowles explained that be had awakenedIn program to the public-the public sons received OAk -
has available
Credit that
the turn
Commodity Corp. futilely to democracy and find only ai
which for the '
the middle of the in j pays program with
night
cold
a sweat dream- I
mions.ot dollars which are not working.{ stone or empty worth? its taxes. : If the letter rye attempted
1
lag that, price control had been t
71 ;1'i1- These dollar are on }hand because high ,, prices immediately dropped the taken Sens.off Taft.Wherrr and, device neatly fitted it together. stuck the Some folks are just too lazy to do anything. Therefore I welcome this opportunity answer here has reference t

( pd prices have made it to war phones on her ears turned the tiny dial and sat They would like to enjoy religion and its benefits, and gladly reply to case of any aged person &.
i unnecessary tsupport and other Republican critics predicted for old
the.market on any foods. they would.Bowles back to hear. When the preacher got to talking without enduring the crosses involved. A GI visitingthe each of Pop Eye's queries. Overlapping means go age to ate. by of &
1 about being something more than hearer the Amen Corner leaned between
I a over hymns and questions are combined
Unfortunately citrus has no floor price : was certain! that he was right and his Intake Office of the District Wei
sweet old matriarch cut off the dial folded her told us about Pvt. Doaks that wanted to slip out when possible t save space.Q. fare Board
given above
under it. Banker Ware proposed critics wrong: and that price control. if removed L
George
hands and went to sleep. of the barracks. unofficially to see his girL He wentto What is OAA. how administered ELIZABETH FAWSCTT.
U some time ago that the next Congress be would result in inflation. However he Kept waking That's the way with most of us. As long as the the sentry to state his case. "Well." said the and what are the require-i R

asked to include citrus in the food prices up in the night tortured by the nightmare that he Lord's spokesman Is condemning the sins' of our sentry "111 be off duty when you come back so meats? Motor Responsibility Law
and his
was critics
r ch receive. support from Uncle Sam The-'wrens right. neighbors we are quite ready to amen him. but you ought to have the password for tonight. It is A. OAk is tax-provided moneyadministered

I vahen the market drops below a pre-fixed!' -and .other demands day in the middle of spiraling prices j' hen he points the finger toward us and says 'Idiosyncrasy'." "1db what?" "Idiosyncrasy" He by the State of Florida Termed Too High Priced
new by labor leaders for increased under law. Social SecurityAct
eLz : i i "Thou art the man" we squirm and accuse him of snorted. 111 stay in the barracks" I S : Etr. The Sunday SUe-
wages because of the high cost of living a friend and Stat WelareAct '
: Even though citrus now has no price !? met Bowies and remarked: meddling. Lot of people like that. They want an easy 1937, amended The Legislature lo b Wt

.support. the millions which the Agriculture : "I flont enjoy the high cost of living. Chet. but' Before the preacher brought his message to a religion that doesn't exact or require anything of 47. It is available to all persons 65( anyway we have a nw lw o-

.Department is considering spending could !F. at least rm glad that you don't have those nightmares conclusion he illustrated what he was trying to say them fixed up in simple small doses easy t* and over "without other sufficient lug up Oct. 1. You see. only
to us by telling of an Indian who went over the take. easy to hold. income or resources to provide( have some 30,000 laws on ths

mean the- difference- between a good andBad any more. I i bill during World War I after spending several But the kind of reli&ionthat.hU, captivated reasonable subsistance compatibleWth statute books, sm which a

fruit season for Florida California *"- 1' months in a camp. When he was apprehended by world and held it in its sway for these centuries.is decency and health." Eery s old they have gray wbn
wrcas Louisiana and Arizona. You can write it,down that Henry Wallace has is exerted to employment and we must re-piece
I ; the !o
bA I' military police and was asked why he had deserted one that started in the heart of a man that desired stmuat time to time. This latest law ( ,
f finally Jnade- his mind! for or induce -
tThe.Wck could be turned without up not to lead a third party he replied
:
; : .con- so much to be a good neighbor that he would die before income-producing children or motor vehicle safety
in the 1948 election
r .teflt of. Congress. : The Wallace -campaign. I Too much salute! he would sacrifice his convictions.A relatives of such needy aged per law] is primarily fo respc Ue

Truman advisers are studying a plan showed: decision came after a political. survey Too little ehoot! Joan of Arc dying In the flames for her sn t assume this responsibility- the people? I 1 o

A ---- amazed at the number of representative to call
Socrates
rfUw. Well I forgot everything else the old man said cause a drinking the hemlock rather
I I II 1-in A third party would have no chance of victory bat those poetic lines said SB eloquently the thing than yield his love for truth and freedom. Christon cases where the latter cannot- b: informed me that the policy would
1948.
achieved. only $28 !
me
Only
that characterizes the of the cross loyal to the royal within himself cot per an
most church
THEY DECIDE to the funds already 2-A third us mem
spend would
party elect Republicans every- If the fellows who
IF bers. that they stuck In my mind like cockleburs these are the reasons why easy religions'will never Q. Does State. county or wel- fr U
where. law will
i t available they will be setting up In mule's taiL And lay hold of the minds of fare gronpdminister OAk and reven an m
I a they stung a bit. Be- men. By contrasts men
a gigantic food counter with food instead 3-There is more hope of liberalizing the Demo-I what are the salaries of each the nuber -Ito
cause I'm eternally saluting the Lord without know that only that which costs something in
by the of the
cratic party than of forming a successful third price possibly -
I of dollars. A. See above for first part of plC
doing much shooting out on the firing line. blood and sacrifice is worthy of the greatest loyalty :, ,. they unreasonable
I This free lunch would be in addition to party.The I i Ones! religion is something more than hearing and faith of people. queaton. Salaries are set under w h
Wallace decision means that he will definitely system which are f1
the relief programs already working. remain in the Democratic party though he- 1 sermons and singing hymns. It's more than church ""U! ; us stand and sing "rm so glad salva- Stte mert any interested person. We have far t maD rich in*

j It would relieve the severe dollar shortage has reached no decision about supporting Trumanfor attendance and public profession. "Everybody tion is free." But hold on ,a minute % here Salaries are State determined and surance aad wttS

It which has curtailed Europe's buying. re-election. If the European crisis eases off and : talking 'bout heav'n ain't gwine there" is the Negro come the ushers with the plates to take up the col based on available appropriations. out gouging an oer.b-

If followed by a goods-instead-of-dollars Truman puts, more "Wallace liberalism" into his spiritual's interpretation of the words of the lection. Is salvation really free? Can you get it Studies have shown welfare'boa den both public ends which meet.can sre

it Master when He said. "You say peace peace with without cost? Would you have it If you could? salaries to be lower case
be domestic
could
the of the ex-Vice-President
program means program backa
I putting may than those enough of this high cost of living;
paid by other State
"
your lips, but your hearts are far from me. True There work to be done in this unfinished
Europe back on a productive basis in a Truman ticket. If not. hell throw his whole agencies-fer positions of equal responsibility ,itt adding more to our bur
hurry. weight behind progressive Democratic Senate and religion is attitude translated into action. One must world. There must be a U- in the United Nations. and de are told that we

When starts I House candidates next year ignoring the national believe something and store up information and And that means YOU. "I read in a book that a man The State Welfare 0 aiCto. expect to pay $1 per m

Europe producing enough ticket. inspiration but religious philosophy unexpressedin called Christ went about doing good It is very disconcerting -; only State agency having maxi butter shortly and p oct
I I
export goods she will be in a position to moral behavior and social service will turn to to me that I am so easily satisfied with ; mum salaries set by the Legisla I; of sight and of t
reac lb
maintain enough dollar credits to pay her Henry is she planning to appear at the next I ashes In the mouth of the man who professes. just going about. '' masses. It o tS

own way. ,Democratic Convention as a delegate either from Doers. of the Word. Doing your best for the best. AMEN! ture.Q.. How long a resident of jumped over the m

I Until that day comes there can be his native Iowa or New York where he Is becomIng I I Florida to receive And now the d mnufael
OAf
little hope for financial increasingly active. Henry switched his voting A. Legal not involved cncer are fo
here
stability at
I
home. residence to Salem, N. Y.-his chicken farm-last WASHINGTON TREADMILL I but a recipient mut have"resided" I to discard t *
I Spring. in Florida for of the length dresses for reach

Florida California and all the food pro- preceding year and for five of the the ground and thereby depmtas

ducing States of the nation should get together CaDit l SDeculates Governor' last nine ru.Q. the privilege of wathl' their

while the iron is hot and see that Wallace and aides won't admit it publicly but on is paid the ,nice plump calves rk a
down
privately they believe Truman hat only a slight C highest the streets. If the

Uncle It Sam buys all ,domestic surpluses. chance for re-election. no matter who the Republicans Ir FRANK A. KENNEDY 36 holes of golf every day. If the the other Independent Offices. A.The recpient maxum is $45 per let these doUsr-snatchers p
we sell them into I
can some citrus-fine. But if
nominate. Their own careful analysis of WASHINGTON month t ruke dn't
political The Florida retirement boards are abusing the On the whole.. Rep. Mahon out-
we see to it that all processed food surpluses sentiment shows that the independent-New, colony working in Washington is law, tie wants to know it; if the ranks Hendrtcks by three spots D people have to deed them bit t guys

are removed from the domestic Deal voferal who always gave Roosevelt his margin : known to represent a fair cross boards are functioning efficiently No. 4 to No. 7. Just to make it their OAk? t the State to .receive !I Jawbreaker are trying to to the ove ao.tI

market then we are helping create a firm of victory, are still cool to Truman. That is one section of the State's political he wants to know that too.- tougher on the Florida Congressman. A. No. The State -' by making his poor brd1'ner

t profitable market for citrus. reason why Wallace. with an eye toward the future.J, opinions and often has been used If full information is furnished Texas has another member Board is only too glad for Welfare persons i,I away good sensible we U
by politicians and reporters to by the services. Rep. Sikes believes clthe b1
p doesn't want to on the committee Rep. Albert
; The plan to use the Agriculture Dept's."excess give conservative Truman Democrats sample sentiment.A that comparable reports Thomas. who outranks receiving OAk to own their own .:, their cloth to make mor
an alibi for defeat in 1948 Hendrtcks homes.Q. I Then there's haircut
by leading a third I the cent
funds" is a temporary one and if casual check-up reveals an from insurance actuaries on payments by one spot.Despite .
Does and
paty. welfare 50 shave
to
stare
group poor
we are to get in on the,play we will have to ::: V .Although Wallace s has decided 'against third.,extreme lack of enthusiasm either for disability benefitsmight this disparity of influ old age citizens should live blil'Y'!' John in ct face We'd better bus-
a
'_ for Fuller be measured against the Rep. Mahon has
do Warren Tom Watson ence.
-I it i or no power
now. : : small monthly tie Coi
allowance wives off
I to Barber
parts ;nowVhls. friends HaJnany .areas are still dig' service data. A weighted paid I o
.- .' -.- for governor next May. with proper to gag Rep. Hendrtciu. once he them? 1 lege. The barbers
k will soon
ging-fprMfleaiaf s ta, fce taking into the b
: Democratic Convention no discernable difference in the formula. account starts cross-examining the Navy
Personal
w THERE IS TALK of calling Congress !hoping for a show of strength that will force Truman dearth of delight. Apart from superior physical condition an officer -. officers .who may appear next A no bearing beliefs on this.on our We part rich depend and retire Miranda and well have trim s
are on
to consider further large-scale and the old-liners to make liberal concessions. their political cronies. all the must possess and making Winter to justify budget estimatesfor bound by State and to and fo a

1 foreign credits. When this the If Wallace! enter.th.convention with 250 delegates. other known and suspected candi- allowances too for service con- the next Navy supply bill. It out the Federlaw If .srp law had the

food happens therefore, the powers-that-be will have to bow to dates command a similar degree ,: nected disabilities should measure should be a good show when and car. Does the welfare pra price t rh t
group it. rd
producers on
of the say
nation, with their him of apathy among the politically the true situation. if the record is finished and re- bIeve
face it is
or better
a large-scale 11t out to rob
Senators and movement by our green. But the price is too
Congressmen uld be acute: federal workers. leased. bb
on New of their
Dealers as far the national allow
as ticket is J.
con WALTER
hand to insist that we make the credits cerned. The only positive observations Washington It.seems has no I I i Oven --

advanced Indicated that a good monopoly on bureaucracy. I;[ All members of Congress us-

man with a good idea could beat' Commissioner of Agriculture' nally act di5cretely'whea it THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

CRACKER POLITICSOpinions -I the field as it now is constituted. Mayo's special Washington representative comes to passing out advice to

The Florida colony in Washington is Bill Outman who has State governors and State leg

I always has been able to pick circulated In the Capital quite a islatures. The congressionalsource Wisdom of Harmonious Living

the gubernatorial winner as the few years. and knows his way of the following advice,

on Governor's Race record of absentee balloting has around. He recently asked the therefore, prefers to remain

,. disclosed. If the current view Florida State Citrus Commission nameless.. Seen as Answer to Problems

I, ALIEN equally is accurate then a virtually for a copy of its recent report, The congressman complainsthat
MOUIS I,;I chua and nearby counties. Sena f[ That's more important because perfect political vacuum outlining prospects for foreign most of the Southern states Proverbs
TALLAHASSEE like -Political cam I|i tors voted him the "most valuable I i they don't vote a lot of votes I>I exists in the gubernatorial situa- sales. Outman. stationed at the are missing a bet because they Scripture: 3:30-31; 15:1, 18; :%t-%; 23:18: ,
paigns.
by personal horse races. are spiced Senator" at '.1947 session. He has i,i themselves but they have so""doe- tion. crossroads of the world conceiv- have not proceeded aggressively I 21-22; 26:20-21; Matthew 5:9; James 3:1

current opinion. Here's some advocated a sles tar.'T.1th Uncooked gone much influence. Dan McCar- : In 1948 the veterans vote was ably might find a customer or obtaining federal aid in farm and I, WIlIA L GUOY. 00.

-.. nora race opinions from on the Cover foodstuffs exempt and ty's going to get an awful lot of unorganized and confronted the two for Florida citrus products forest research projects. The Agricultural : The dictionar harmony as "concord or agreement

politics day by day men who watch kickbacks to cities and counties good publicity as chairman of that : old-line politicians with no effectual even 'in the course of his ,,own Research Act of 1946 irs opinions, manners, etc." But

A State Cabinet officer. Dan I A State Representative( front I i I I State Chamber of Commerce tax voting unity. This contingency routine. makes it mandatory on the part most of the passages cited from the Interest have

McCacty will get 95 an upper East Coast county- committee which I predict will still is their chief worry. Under date of Sept. 4. 1947. of the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to do with the Bok
the 'nig citrus per cent of Mark my words. Tom Watson 'come in with a recommendation If the "good man with a good Bob Evans. Citrus Commission to, match state funds on a best way of getting on with angry ,and diS'agreeable

vote: 90 per cent and Fuller Warren wiJK prove F that the tax structure should be ''idea"" were a veteran and.his good general manager wrote Comm. 50-50 basis for such research undertakings people,_ with whose facts and opinions one isn't

t of the vegetable two Kilkenny eats, scratching '[overhauled but without any specific Idea appeals to veterans as well Mayo,.outlining Outman's requestfor provided that they iiieiy 10 nave mucn in common -

growers. and a each other out of the race while indorsement of a sales tax. I as the voting rank and file he a copy of the report. Evans have been cleared by the National I T is as it should .

majority of the some third candidate slips in. I Mccarty's. supporters will try to would be unbeatable the shrewder told Mayo that the price to Out- Advisory Commodity Committee, is particular problem about in one's ow soul.

cattlemen. If Colin It's be like the John Martin-. put him across as. a safe candi j,1' politicians are convinced. man. whose expense account is set up for the purpose. living whom harmoniously with people Peace of mind is of the very
chargeable to Mayo's office.wouldbe The first year's federal one likes, and with whom essence inward harmony and
English jump Cary Hardee date in a field where : Most aspirants for the program a
fight, when Dave some are not goventer's 'there is
$3. Evans was gratified however was granted $19 million for farm : the sort of concord that there be n. peace .f
in. he'll Sholtz too safe. If Colin chair
to m
English
upset got the votes while Martin i gets j seem run themselves the
I to furnish Comm. Mayo and forest research. Many States I I!I dictionary where envy and bitterness
a
that for he's and Hardee got. the public atten into the race. he'll draw both : out before the rae really II i The real auuet a
''I to harbored.
strong with those tion. (J. Tom Watson is Attorney : from Shands and MeCarty without l has started. It was so in the copy gratis. He suggested. too overlooked it completely. This'year's and probem avoid

same groups and General; Fuller Warren is a. Jacksonville doing Warren or Watson much !t Caldwell- Graham_ Green contest that Mayo after reviewing the appropriation was cut to $9 ,: did tolerance peaceably and Te passages cie in o le
report. might forward it to Out- million and again most of the chiefly
particularly the attorney who has remained harm. [ four years a,.. Who shows whom wit th 1It"t
( cattlemen. (Dan in the public's since he i i, 1! the most speed about the first man. Does this one need any : States set up no research projects I!II whose one doesnt le. personal attitude and relationships .
-
eye narrowly
MeCarty A Supreme Court Justice-Fve' of March I comment? to claim half their cost. i I fact opinions o manners II but it is obvious that oar
Is a English missed the Gubernatorial usually comes home. I one
been definitely
watching Governor's races i i It probably is too late now my oppoe world today presents great problems
I
35-year-old Fort Pierce citrusgrowerpacker runoff in 1940. John Martin and
That.is why the
a decorated veteran Cary A. Hardee are former Gover- for 35 years and I don't remember i j The top-heavy list of Army and Rep. Hendricks may be walking for any State to develop a new I offer really helpful pronrb.ct of hanio liT between
in
which the I I
any man out in front! into research plan in time to groups, nations.
a bear.trap-.and he shareI
of World War II. and Speaker nors who ran against each other Navy officers who have been retired ncn a
I the
basic
before Christmas 'was.latacelected. knows it-when he tries to uncover in the 1917-48 fund of $9 mil I I genera ave i I Here har*
of the 1041 House of Repre.lenati..ea. *. for a second term in 1932, when AState Senator from on three-quarters pay for lion. !I people act monjoos pine.l.
North Texas
He Dave ShellS disabilities in recent shenanigans in the and ma ar .m
was the was elected
among "white years. continues ; nastily toward you. I
Florida-My man Is Dan McCarty. i matter of the Corpus Christl There is good reason to believe, : but the problems are both
knights" who beat A lawyer with State-wide to excite the nasty 1-
the sales tax connections curiosity of yourself. If
i a man is
but I'm setting fearful that Naval Air however. that next angry er and more
thei Base held the I acute.
on active na'a feder'
in 1939. Colin English I really believe Rep. Sikes. I with you the
U -
State Fuller
situation is working around that list at the grant will be larger, and it hightime tt' tie t control. In our personal and relationships
i expense so far ;
f live
The your
superintendent of schools]. I j Warren is out in front at the mo- Crestview Congressman is I Itr'yinl .
I two men may get; into the 'of for the State I ow answer we can much
second deactivating Cecil Field ,
at
A State Senator from CentralFlorida !I ment. Whether he can stay there Primary. neither of whom should I to carve out a yardstick by I Jacksonville.As i 1 in the adtration.. away wrath; but grievous avoid people who S
i which his St words stir do' l. U
Fm House Armed
going to support Bill i or not is problematical. Bill be elected. I mean there's Services I esp ven : up ae."zlke noi 1 or who unfriendly tJ.
Shands. He's got voter deterrents I Shands Is going to pull to him a many votes in what onlyso Committee can establish the merit ranking minority member of- friendship with m; But in ar larger social and international

_ _ the fact he's a director ot the great deal! of the solid. conserva- ; call the conservative wemight or the lack of it. of commissioned -; the Appropriations Subcommitteeon tues i and wit a t map tho shalt I I are confronted :
and '
ida Power & Light Co. Flor-I' tive vote. I think Ton Watson I(!WIth i MeCarty. group officer retirement proce- i Independent Offices: the De-" PROBLEM GLOBE I' not let lea ways ,rlaU '

brother Joe is the president will get crowdswbeever-he goes. English. and Lord Shands.knows who maybe 1 dure. He has asked the War and Land Congressman wielded a : NEW YORK IUP1 I and get a me thy su. I lions that we have to a stu.
else
big Jacksonville bank. and his own j I I but I declare' I
sponsorship of a sales tax but'elected. He' could :De Attorney I from that qualifying date., all pullIng committee with a fun report on'' falling under his jurisdiction. On hung the the admin ;sl, "As much a lieth In y 1, differences, if not
those are offset by the support General long-as- lives but grouP. those other the number. rank. ace. and cause I the Appropriations Subcommitteeon fr dom live peaceably with an Dn. i ideas and ideals, con i

they'll bring him. Bill Shacds 2s : the big business crowd that's talkIng fellows could slip In. of retirement for the past five Naval Expenditures. Mr. Hen- Field was ordered down LOu There a limits even to the prac !

too shrewd and experienced in : about Tom now because he's Southeastern A State representative from years. He is not satisfied with : dncks is the freshman Democratic reasons. Once it reached the set tice of forbearance, but one is wise ners.Yet unless we can chkvt!

politics not to have been assured I: beat labor over the head "'U1atop I think Florida-Personally. the information so far submitted member taking the post onlya however, workmen found it fo. to keep the boundary very wide. : some measure of mutual go4
Bill Shands In
of substantial support State. 1de i to think before the election that I excellent will make an I, Mr. Sikes has not prejudged the few months ago. too big to go through the txuld- a the similar spirit th Proverbs will tolerance, and f.tHua'
showing without wisdom I
before he decided to get Into the' there's more to being Governor doubt he is Gubernatorial and a I problem. Like everyone else he The bear-trap's name is Rep. ing's doors They parked it near alta sts life with reat dark tragedy looms again .
timber. ,
race. [W. A. Shands is a State than buffeting labor. I' has heard of high-ranking officers -I Mahon of Texas. ranking minority[l while they think ow aeI the Dtn
None of my close friends howj j being retired for t te t a not according to what i
Senator from Gainesville who Many of those people will vote has II disabilityand member, who can throw his j to get doing and counsels that
I ever made any commitments I then going to work at pl it ot make for
heads roadside billboard; eom- for Shands because he's of I fancy weight around the Navy Department of wisdom and harmonious
one insofar Envy of their !
| as I know account of '
panics in Jacksonville and Miami them. Even wore important, i J the on salaries for private commercial as Mr. Hendricks has done 1! Studie of indicate that or power, other wet living in individual tile ought t
'I possibility that George Holt I interests: he has of.I a 6UCCe. or be
[end farms on a W* seal in Ala they'll support him. I 1 I sun i heard too; with the Maritime Commission, greater j advantage they watchwords i the &fa
may run. I other ment capait seem possess the
retired officers clicking off ,the Veterans Administration and the more sleep the1 rue J can create great c-b't \nations nation W, and one another.the o







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, 1 a __ : FVC Moves To Meet Harvest Labor ShortageGroup




Orlando, Florida- ,'September 14, 1947 iI't, "rmHag r'f'tttlu -&''tar Page 7. I

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/DA y. # : 1 ,DOn Expected Stetson, Southern Add I Tampa Jobless


Injunction Granted in Miami Plant Walkout : Federal Okay I II

MIAMI API) Circuit Judge Ross Williams yesterday granted a byxF
temporary injunction against members of the Teamsters Union on AfFamilyMeef i}I To Staffs of Teachers E i: Situation Tighti

strike at Maule Industries here enjoining the workers from mass Topflight labor experts of the

picketing and interfering with company drivers. Florida Vegetable Committee will I I i
State Atty. Gen. J. Tom Watson applied for the injunction. He meet tomorrow with Government TALLAHASSEE [API The 44th Two Central Florida educational institutions girdingfor [AP) The Winter tour-
officials in Washington to circumvent a record-breaking enrollment yesterday announced 1st and citrus seasons which cre-
charged the union. Local 390. Teamster and Chauffeur Union AFL. w, annual reunion of Florida's vast appointment -
a possible labor shortage of ate an estimated ,000.10.000 Jobsin
with assaulting non-union truck drivers of the company. 4.1 f approximately 7.000 manpower in Williams family will be held at .of new faculty members.To the Tampa area each Tear, will
John J. Lunin. secretary of the local said the union had not been harvest of this year's Florida Galilee Church, near Chipley. keep in pace with the college enrollment which will bring little respite to the problemof

notified that a petition for injunction had been filed. Watson chargedthe vegetable and sugar cane crops. Thursday. Oct. 2. <, be increased more than 200 per<<: cent. s.Fall.p'res..W.. S. handling the unemployed. Flor-

union not only with violence but also of trying to force the company Aims of the .Florida farm ..''Allen of stetson university has ida State Employment Service officials -
1.000 of the
to violate the "right to work" amendment of the Florida Con- leaders will be three-fold. They g More descendants than of Andrew now I appointed 21 additional faculty agreed today.
stitution.Conference. will seek Federal approval of: 3 8 r 3.000 Offer of Free members for the new school year. The trouble is, they say that a
\\illiams the
y Elton -including "
1. Immediate transfer of eight lot of people on the Winder labor
child Intruded Dr. A. M. Winchester
't- + last surviving -are expected are: -
market" aren't on the rolls
permanent labor camps scheduledfor head of the department
to attend. biology -
Scheduled Council To Converfe abandonment by the Department Lots ExtendedTo formerly professor at now but very shortly will start
to Members of the family who are registeringfor work and add to
of Agriculture Oct. 15.
TALLAHASSEE API) FortS( ecof to The Sunday Sentinel f-Stcrl] Wesleyan College; Dr. Caspar available
the said the 7,000 appli-
planning reuniop they nearly
and
grower ownership operation.
est
education and information Coun- Arnold.- law
EUSTIS-Eustic City visiting professor
2. Retention in the United have been informed Wiley Williams NegroesTARPON cants now looking for Jobs in
officials of 12 Southern States cil will hold its regular bimonthly formerly dean of VanderbiltLaw
of Garland. Ala., through
County
States the 1947-48 youngestof Hillsborough
during crop
will meet in Pensacola from meeting at the City season of 3.500 Bahaman laborersnow LA MONTE GRAW 23 children of Andrew Elton SPRINGS lAP This I School: Dr. H. H. Barnette. .

Sept. 1618. Hall tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. working in United States .-. trouble ahead? Williams and his: two wives, and picturesque Florida West Coast I professor of sociology., formerly FSES.A let of these Job- eekeri. like

agricultural areas and subject tool" -- the lone survivor will be present. city which dangles a free lot before with Howard College. the tourists will be from Northern -
Oct. 1. Andrew Elton Williams was born anyone who will put up a Dr. Mary L. Palmer, associate
deportation starting
Waterspouts Give Pleasure Craft Merry Chase 3. Additional Federal funds to }! completed this week by the FVC. May 23 1800. in North Carolina. house has extended its give-away professor of social science!, formerly States.! The rest find will be.
who don't Job
opportunities
MIAMI LAP) Two waterspouts developed in the Atlantic off Miami finance continued recruitment and showing that approximately 7000 He later moved to Jackson County. lot offer withnostringsattachedto with the Columbia University: women in Summer that are
additional laborers will be requiredto Fla, where he owned and operateda Negroes. W T.' Stickle. professor of busi-
Beach yesterday and one gave a small pleasure cruiser a merry chase. routing of 'farm labor to Florida available in Winter and seek
Lifeguard Roy Sluzu reported that one whirling vaporous finger through the extension service un- meet needs of the fresh vegetable farm. He..as the father of 23 Mayor Fred H. Howard said ness administration formerly jobs only when they know they
and sugar cane crops in children 11 by his first wife and State auditor: Susan V. Arnold
extended down from thunderhead about a mile offshore and a til the Florida State Employment about 12 Negroes-most of them can ret them.
Florida this year These needs the 12 by his second. He died in Ala-. associate professor of English,
takes the job Jan. 1. retired-had arranged to get
few minutes later another curled down from the same cloud about a Service over i survey shows are expected to bama in 1873 formerly with George Peabody Most of these who come from
floridians will free lots from the and ,
The of city one
!Q'I: mile distant. party i equal 1945-46 labor requirements. CollegeDr. the North will be hard put to
Persons on the beach watched the first spout whip across the include Dixon Pearce Miami, j! LaMonte Graw FVC man- The first family reunion was had started* construction' of a Elmer C..Prichard. associate find work officials agree. The
chairman of the FC labor committee held in Jackson in new home.:
County 1904.
I Gulfstream toward a cabin cruiser. The boat turned and fled as the I acer, quoted the 5 .neT as saying biology professor: Helen K. jobs in Tampa that can't be filled
tpout moved in its direction. Both spouts dissipated after about 20minutes. the; Pahokee L. L. Stuckey housing representing authority -- j I a heavy labor drain is foreseen and since one then has been despite held two each world year Howard reported the city was Haughton. assistant professor of from the ranks of those already -

on the numbers usuallyfound developing acres for use by Ne- art. Mrs. Paul J. Deeming, assist- here and out of work are
Belle
; Luther Jones of the i| in Florida harvest fields. wars. groes. This development will besubdivided few and far between-particularly -
ant professor of English Eloise .
:
Glade housing authority and J.
+ + :i I In addition to the 7000 Baha- Bob Bruce Williams of Longview into lots, there.will bea Newell, physical education instructor those for men.

I Health Parley Set P-TA Program Opens A. Allison labor,users.representing Pom- ] mans and Jamaicans that may be Texas will give the Principal park:, baseball diamond and a : Philip B. Glancy, physical ? The women will have little
I I pano lost to the harvest unless Federal l address of this year's reunion.He basketball court.. trouble finding work if they'rewilling
i education instructor J. W.
r rcM h rSJ11c, r' rStorl" ) [*:JE'I! to Tr-! Su-xfc, en1f'I.Stcr! ] First of the conferences will be permission is given to retain them. will speak on the history of the : to go to work In one of
head of Why shouldn't. dor this; Norman, professor of law: William
LEESBURG -Lake County LEESBURG-Leesburg's two held with J. B. Gilmer
Graw said the drain will come family. Joe Williams of PanamaCity Howard asked"It will. improvethe Brewster. business administration the citrus canning plants la thearea.
Tuberculosis and beAsan's the USDA Production and Marketing -
Health Parent-Teacher Assns. will .
from users of common labor for general chairman of the re-
status of the Negro and raise ; R. Woodrow castle business
board of managers will gin their programs for the Administration. The Flori- of the tourist
, road construction and private.construction union. said no political speechesare his Opening seasonis
standard of
living. administration Mrs. R. M. Newby.
I hold a luncheon meeting at year at'a joint meeting oft dians will try to conclude several projects. planned. ; expected to create 2,000 additional -
the recreation the months of negotiation for acquisition A prospective Negro homeownermust piano.
center here executive boards at high "Some agency will have to assume jobs in Tampa in retail
,; Monday noon. school Monday at 1:30 p.m. of eight migratory farm labor responsibility for farm labor agree to erect a house of at Nancy R. Norman English trade and In eating establish

t 4, camps. in Dade. Broward and routing for the interim betweenOct. Bridge Closing I least 500 square feet in size. Mostof instructor; Douglas Teal Jr.. ments. And officials believe that
Palm Beach Counties. those planning to take up th! business administration; Archie if goods were more plentiful.
1, when the USDA now plansto
Caldwell of Florida recently proposition will build larger houses McMillan voice Helen Kay
J Record-Topping UofF Enrollment Predicted Governor abandon labor recruitment and Slated TomorrowTALLAHASSEE ; wholesale business houses too.
notified the U. S. Depart- than' tnisth Mayor explained. Hooper, voice; James Fisher would be able to step up their
GAINESVILLE RIP of Florida officials predicting the Jan. I, when the Florida State -
University Floridaas 'The city the. center of the DeBerird
ment of Agriculture that API The Vila- history: Philip E. Jr. employment.
largest enrollment of the institution's history yesterday hustled to a State could not{operate the Employment" Service will take over no bridge across the North River sponge industry in Florida found: publicity.

': completion new housing facilities and extra staffing arrangements for camps but urged strongly that the job, Graw said "Chm F A. cn Highway A-1-A in St Augustine there was much vacant property Appointment of live new instructors Cutter Readied
-1 of the FSES has assured Hyacinth
opening of the Fall term Sept. 22. agencies within the State be Hathaway will be closed to traffic tomorrow entangled from a legal standpoint in the Florida Southern
Enrollment: appointments for the 1946-47 term already had placed in supervision of'them. The us that the State will takeover Chm. Elgin Bayless Of because taxes hadn't been paid. College art division to meet an l laces ;i :3 Te Sundo- Sent, -Stqr1

reached 7443. the registrar's office announced. Florida Governor emphasized to routing and recruitment of. the State Road Dept. announced City officials' :went to work and : increased demand in that field was WINTER GARDEN-The new
farm labor in full force Jan. 1 land hyacinth cutter being constructedhere
cleaned up" the titles and so
Among students who attended Secretary of Agriculture Andersonthe yesterday I announced yesterday by Pres.
the second Summer
session, are
with establishment of four central
far. about 34 homes either have at the Iserman and Co. factory -
need for early action on this Bayless said the bridge will be Ludd M. Spivey.
. 3.100 who have already enrolled and officials expected the return of '
J offices in Florida. but the urgent been completed or plans drawn for for Lake County is nearing:
the imminence closed construction be Joining the Southern art division
of so .
" because can
3,556 former students who have not yet enrolled. More than 2.000 question and critical need for such recruit construction under'the offer completion. The cutter is being
of farm labor migration into Floe started on a new 24-foot concrete as new faculty.members forth
"
new students, most of them non-veterans and recent graduates of ment is right now. constructed according to U. S. engineer -
ida for Fall and Winter fresh structure west of the draw span. !: 'Autumn term beginning Oct.
Florida high schools. Officials expected some 500 of the new studentswill I vegetable harvests. i The road department plans to Bids Asked on Four 1 win be Cecil North. Ohio artist, specifications and is 20x8

be women. j The FVC representatives also Vote Deadline Looms operate a free 24-hour ferry serv- teaching oil painting and art education i,, feet equipped with 228 saws.

will confer with U. S. Immigration. [Ssea': to The S'j' -dov Sen* l-Ster1DELAND : ice across the river, beginning Road Work Projects I .Jessica Price, ceramic artist i

!I Service officials in an at- Tomorrow .is the final Sept. 29, Bayless said two LCT I TALLAHASSEE: TAP! The State : instructing in her speciality; i i former New York city public
State Payroll Lists Gaps BogEmployes' tempt to retain the 3.500 Baha- day for registering to vote in craft. capable of carrying seven Road Dept. yesterday asked con Carrie W Foster, previously an assistant : school teacher, home economics;
man laborers in the United the power franchise election Sept. vehicles each hate been obtained I tractors to submit bids Oct. 9 on director of the Farm Security and G. Floyd Zimmermann. recent -

I'I States. 30. City Clerk Theodore C. Brooks from the Navy for the ferry ,, 17 miles of road and bridge i improvements Administration in .Florida Southern graduate industrial .

Retirement System \I i i Pearce will present a survey pointed out yesterday., service. in four counties. homeeconomics; Lotty B. .Sehg. arts.


TALLAHASSEE [AP] Rig gaps in payroll records of e

the State Comptroller up to about 15 years ago are making .

it hard for some Florida State employes approaching re- 1
; .. '. .' :.
tirement age to prove their rights to pensions. \ ., :
: Compt. Clarence M. Gay thinks all the records are '

.. some place in the huge stacks in' ,

a couple of Tallahassee warehouses ... ........ #
"but it's a tremendous job J :" : .
to dig through and find them. | Guard Presses .;., :
'
Gay has a force trying to put i : ).
/ '
.
: .
I ; :t : : : 0 '
the "tons of old files" in order, but .:

in the meantime some retiring j .. z
,'
State workers are having to hunt j j For 1,200 Mark :' -
old employers and coworkersof : -
up :
I .. :
'
. a quarter of a century ago to get I t
.
affidavits that they worked in a I' ST. AUGUSTINE lAP Honda '' "' ," '
!' '
certain department for a certain 'I is expected to recruit 1200 in ; : :: ; :
men < :
period. ;; : a1" :
;
the National Guard between Sept. ; : : % ,
It Isn't necessary, in most eases. I ,' :
,
for them to show their earnings 1 I 118 I and Nov. 16. during a nation : ) (, :
'T: :, : i'
In the early days of their employment ,, wide drive to bring the National :

but the number of |I I Guard of the United States up to ; ;,
..
yean of service is one of the I its pre-war strength and toward : ,:, ,:. ,',
main factors In determining the : :
providing for America's security : .
amount of pension they rill re- I[, : ', ; : .
program. "
.reive. I j, >.
| Beginning with National .'
Under the 1045 retirement act i' .
Guard .0 ..
Day Tuesday, Florida will "
.' ''' :- .
a State worker may .retire at the '
Join with the other States and .
age of 60 after 10 years service. I territories in a two-month campaign '.;';. : "
The annual pension is calculated '
1 of enlisting 88,888 men-
by multiplying two per cent of the '
or one each minute. WE ARE SHOWING SUITS BY .
average!: earnings of the last 10 .
years by the total number of years i All of the State's 43 units will
worked. conduct campaigns in their respective -

For the past 15 years or more communities said Brig.
during the administrations of Gay Gen. Mark W. Lance State adjutant -

and his predecessor J. M Lee the general.

comptroller's records have a pay- Gov. Millard Caldwell has directed 5
roll ledger which shows Just who that National Guard Day ,j "4Uit 5 : ;
was working where at what time. be observed .throughout the State

Before that however the accounting Tuesday. < ,

procedure apparently (,
didnt call for such a ledger and Examiners Marshals ", \:

there is no quick index available.To ,

complicate matters all the Legal Course Planned I WEIGHTS AND'PATTERNS' :

old files got mixed up several TALLAHASSEE lAP] A four- -' I IN. MANY WEAVES, iI i- '. ;.
.
yean ago when the contents of day course for trial examiners and .. '

several warehouses were con fire marshals under Florida's new .
solidated. motor vehicle safety responsibility -

Keeping books on the retire- act will be held here Sept. 23-26. a ..)

ment system "is getting to be a big State Treas. Ed Larson announced .. : '.' -. '
yesterday. The new law which requires ,
Job. Gay said. The State's pay- .
roll now has about 20.000 names. a driver found at fault in .' ti
: ?
)
Only 7.SOO of the old employes are an accident to prove financial responsibility >" .

participating in the retirement or lose his driver's license 'e" ,..w v ,
system. but a 1947 law requires : will become effective Oct. 1. ..R'.U ta Along with superb fabrics and workmanship:,'. '. 'i -'

that all new employes from now

on must participate. State Patrol Readies '

But the scrambled State recordsaren't Bus Passing Crackdown ""1 suits bearing Hart Schaffner & Marx. .. F
the only worry of the comp- '
.
troller's office. Gay also handles TALLAHASSEE lAP The Florida -
>di :' ri
.
the retirement act for employes of Highway Patrol yesterday was -
the 67 counties, and some of them ordered to "crack down" on motorists \\-i famous Trumpeter Label are noted for their .

don't have records that go back who pass school buses while -.----

very far.From passengers are being discharged ; .
Dir. H. N. Kirkman said it is unlawful >.4 r easy, yet perfect, fit-which makes them o:
.
1778 until 1820 the number to pass a school bus from -.+. c
of Europeans who migrated to either direction if it has stoppedto '

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ORLANDO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM: Here are mem- Butterfield, Bob Crandall, Britt Simms, Bill Davis Hugh Bu- Kirkland, Frank Nolle Dan Barr, Walter Stele Bill Holliver inhardt Fourth row: Coach B, Gt'mcrtn, Ccach Ed Waite

bers of the 1947 Orlando High School football squad. First ford, Walter Yuhl, Chick Browning, John Demopculos.! Secondrow. Jerry Love. Third row: Jerry Ahik, Charfes Cross. Elvin Kimble, Coach Sam Porter Head Coach Pall 0 Ne Bcbbv Howard'

I 6w, from left to right: John Cully Kent Stevens Paul Rails- Dan Davis Pat Nash, Tom Tomajeski, Rod Harrelson, Harold Anderson Bill Winketer Rod Muroski Hal: Burch Bud Jerry Leo Floyd Heaton, Bill, Joe Korp D'Agostino., Tom Beatty John, Edward 80rre Stcrg: -g, Jack, Gus Seffens Vazac.!

Jo.ck. Jimmy Hickman Claude Skinner, Earle Dukes, Bert Carrot Avera, Emory Anglin, Alton Nolle, Bob Flowers, Neal Davis, Ken Putnam, Gerald" Keifer Thomas Bisshop Jack Dick Johnson, Joey Pittman, Stewart Kerr and Bobby Roth!

Cook, Frank Murphy John Francisco Capt. Art Ross Bob Thompson Fred Floyd David Myers, Chandler Akin, Ronald Sneed, Jack Settlege Bill Redman Ken Atkins, Leonard Geme- managers. [Staff photo by Jack McColluml.] ,







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Ninth Inning Dom DiMaggio's


Bobo Newsom Gets No. 11 Riegel WallopsDawson,2and1 Reds Humble


Card Rally: Falls \ Giants Twice Home Run Gives


A But Needs Help From Page 2 1 1In ,

By BOB HAYES 3-2 and 7-4

j lOne Run ( Boston

\ When Florida State League; bosses convene here within Shortt j NEW YORK [rAP] Bobo Newsom gained his 11th vicI CINCINNATI TAP) The Cincinnati 3-2 Tilt

J the next six weeks for their annual meeting, there are.I I! ,tory of the season yesterday. George McQuinn exploded his Golf Finals Reds turned back the New :

I at least two pretty definite movements gaining momentum ST. LOUIS LAP Breakirg a 2-2 j, ;13th home run and Billy Johnson batted in his 90th and 91st I York double-header Giants in yesterday both ends 3-2 of and a BOSTON [API Dom DiMaggkrt

I I now that they will undoubtedly have to consider. i deadlock with a four-run rally in ;runs, but it was for relief pitcher. Joe Page that the 24,407 7-4 to move within five games of eighth-inning homer off Relief
; the seventh Inning the Brooklyn! J Ji fans at the Yankee Stadium I DEL MdNTE. CaL IUPJ Bull- Pitcher Allen Gettel yesterdargave
U One movement concerns institution of a positive policy on therescheduling < .stood up and cheered as the the first division.
!1 : Dodgers went on to defeat the St. New YorK shouldred Robert (Skee) Riegel Vander the Red Sox a 3-2 victacr
/ of ralned-out or otherwise postponed games. The i Yankees defeated tne* Johnny Meer held the
Louis Cardinals 8-7 to 1 I an old-time type of slam-bang over the Cleveland Indians as a
F yesterday Detroit Tigers 5-2. Giants to four hits in registering
ether movement has to do with Sunday ball
games. capture the rubber game of their The great lefthander working j i golfer. wbn the national amateur his fourth victory over them in 15.000 crowd pp d tribute to war
Irregardless of present rules covering the re-scheduling of postponed vital three-game series and ini i in his 52d game. 50 in relief Braves Stop I golf championship yesterday with the opener. cnppied Sid Rcsentnal. forater

; games it has been the policy of the individual clubs to reschedule -, crease their National League mar- struck out six batters in the last i I a smashing 2 and 1 triumph over Harry Perkowski. recently obtained Boston American League! out-

their games on a "you scratch my back. ni scratch yours" gin over the Redbirds to five and two innings-he only pitched two Kiner Pirates I veteran Johnny Dawson in the finals from Columbia of the South fielder.

k basis.In a half games. Trailing 8-4. the frames-to insure Newsom's rtc- of the 47th national tourna- Atlantic League. started the sec Lefty Earl Johnson went the

other words doubleheaders were set by mutual agreement hard fighting Cardinals just fell t ory. Page now has 110 strikeouts ment. ond game for the Reds but after distance for tbe B M.X and' held

t g ; under which the doubleheaders offered minimum burden to the short in the ninth when they I''In' 8-1 Contest Playing in "ceilln zero" being clipped for three runs in the Indians scoreless! un4 the

i pitching staffs of the two clubs. scored three runs and had the : weather that kept visibility to three and a third tersirjg gave wayto eighth when they lunm'd the

tying and winning runs on bases ''j 100 yards. daper 32-year-old Eddie Erautt who heid the sub en Les FVfniflg's stncle.
11 It was such a dilatory policy that brought about the hot last- i PITTSBURGH TAP Home runs
when Err Dusak flied out to end Riegel elwsed out the on Giants to one run the re=a ier of a pass to Gere Metfcwvieh andDIM4Ighi's
tnlnute wrangle over fourth place In final league standings this "'" accounted for every tally yesterday -:, natch
the game. ; the 35th hole of the Pebble th : aBatff *B Jimmy He-
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r leason. Both Sanford and Orlando had postponed game that were With two out in the top of the the as the Boston Braves defeatedi i i I The of those rained Pittsburgh Pirates. vole (SJ o.a..n rW}
and otherwise
never played. playing out postponed seventh little Murry Dickson. St.I I
r Frank McCormick started the the tiring Dawson posted a bogie ..r.. a. 55 ,11. Sn ctEwt2.Aso' fA1 IIOST.. (41as
games-the full 140-game slate-would have prevented the Louis starter walked. Dixie Wal- four $...,.* J I 5 1 --..., 7 : 2 5ar..S t a. Ii IS Y S S I.z

( "end-of-the-season strain on tempers that attended the Orlando- ker. Gene HermansM promptly j scoring in when the first be.inning homered with into Mike leftfield :!(I It was a victory for youth over 35alI'rsls.S I J.1"0.15155Tb.sn.d4 I -.--..... I..l 1 I. A 1 sI.o I 25I24z 'I 32
singled Walker to third from .-.a 4 11 2 I .uSo. 1 I
Banford; race for fourth place. 35.w.1b I3)IPSSI.X 4525 J II
where Dixie tL. t- McCormick and Bob Elliott on !i age for the wealthy young sports- -.-.E I. 1 I 115 .
scored
on a double by w S 3 2 2
p The remedy Pres. Syd Herlonr says he's joins to ask for and johnny $ base. Elliott smashed his 20th ,, man who maintains homes at Upper (='II' 4Il1I.m. 41122'-___.513IIN___ 451)4.Sm.d
Jorgensen. After Bruce I
I \ T three or four clubs have already approved is a strict policy calling Edwards was purposely passed. Pee _'>. ..... ,j with two on. and hit another in ; Darby Pa., and Monterey )Lr51.35 Iall." .ill I S I t :--..--...... 4 I P 5, 5 5 4: S s --.a__ .4,24sl.b 25115. tit.'IJ .

TJor re-scheduling of postponed games the very next time the two Wee Reese singled to center to Page Xe 'Wm I, homer of the season in the fifth { Park Calif. Dawson. a veteran of a-.... J I I S 275.p I S S S S : a4.,1
I 't\ felnbs: meet at the site of the postponement. 'score two more runs. With Al the seventh with the bases empty. i 30 years of play on the fairwaysat - -. ---- -2. 1150roa I I I 1 I IIIa2
in 128 innings pitched. Page needs;, ri. 351 son ?wao It J iIY 5
.. Jjf Such a hard and fast ruling would prevent the doubleheader BrazIe on the mound. Left-bander to in three 1 Phil Mast smacked his ninth of i the age of 44. faded on the final '1_ --. -- mtmS -- I 1 ..
appear more games to .a0- I I I I I'55I.
goggling: that has on in the past. It's business-like Vie Lombard helped his the year in the eighth to complete i 18 holes after finishing the first 511 I2En0 _
gone a answer to own tie the club mark of 55 held by (-_. 1 Sw* *... 150 .
Jt'prQblem that merits attention. cause with a run-producins sin- ;Jack Chesbro of the 1904 '; Boston's scoring. !j jPittsburgh's 21 holes of play all even. H.... Gvls. ?Sa55 Lnm __ --- --1a -----
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was a heart-breaker for the : Lrt ----= 50 Wvsausr
:& And it seems only logical. since! our league winds up wen in fie. The Yankee victory Yankeca'j' only run came I j wa sa ...s, JIiMo V4 I. t- .-..... PS Ft a St.b .
of the Georgia-Florida : The Cards two the number of when Jim, Russell homered into 1\ veteran Dawson to lose but it was .....d iI B_ 1IaIII: a__ .. VM'.r .... -_ 2w P...... 55 IIIL
P vance League that
; season a couple of off- got two of these 1 ; an equally sweet victory for the 4. 4..5. ....
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.,san-ould be worked Into the schedule in late season to permit the runs back in the last half of the Yankees now need to clinch thej I j the left field bullpen in the third : young Walker Cup star. His i iI ij ;: Bait":d: Csaias.S.sa'lp: f2. aus n-__ _---_- ......
eighth when American League flag. Two Boston frame. j I onlyprevious .,51: ......... .... St_ z.mII. ........
playing of those, doubleheaders that they routed Lorn- ; .... -
might not get played underthe I' big-time win was in thetransMississippi I Sto 1. -r--4 111&: .
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t rule Herlong advocates. bardi via uncles by EDO defeats'also would do the trick. j Si Johnson veteran Boston I championship in TOSS( .P, I C'IICI.'UTI' fll' PS.... ... i.., ......... _hllit: $5..
Slaughter and Del Wither and a Joe DiMaggio drove in the first I j I r aSFS5sI5jusl .. r -. D. -- ..--- sad 1StSt. -
hurler. the to 1945. ,.
limited Pirates seven 1 .
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double run. with a long Dy off : :
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Then there's hits and the major leagues home 5' 1S33Ei..it 45225
the Sunday baseball game problem. ber's base knock delivered the losing Pitcher Virgil Trucks. Johnson I ,...,......., S 4 2 4 sTi.: d 5 5 .. S I us 4 5..n I. ==
Sunday ball games are not popular with club business granagers.rte runs. drove in two with a sixth inn run leader.' Ralph Kiner, to one Lewis' \IH.UI 4IiT24S.-. 15,1.J ISIS: 44,'r.:7 5-On. S "I'r
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"' j single 'in two official trips to the Isal r S S I I 1'1't Z S I2I.nI.ML,15I12sLa0.a = 1. : 2 04. S 51 1
don't draw ::rJI'
; games near the crowds that week-day games attract. m.Rngle, and McQuinn got his : : a I. ,
fine reasons there are obvious. A few people just don't attend Sends With KEd Burkhart fourth of 1 homer in the 8th.ocrioir plate. Kiner had smacked out I ';.,_.If 4 I IIIGsIsa.V 11715 a t 1 Ls..sn -' f-'.'_ op.515:5111. ,'_ ,,__""_ .....
five St. Louis hurlers. on the ,. eight home runs in the past two) I..'... I S S I 1,__ 4 t I 1 5 5.55. r. 1 h
ames because of religious beliefs. The other factor. and by farthe mound in the ninth. the Dodgers .11 U S 54 fir voffcwu. 55 S 141a. S days to run his season total to 49. j Proves Han_,. 2 t 2 I 11'A.lI_.. I 2 7 2 4bs.sI 1-,
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{ most Influential we daresay. Is the plain fact that the bea.cbes. t.iM.. --
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once Nats'I
again opened up a four-run $etro lP'lTnlUIIIIM' (NI.IrUes I .L.f.1a' 1.--. .. Zeiss
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fislght-seeing trips with the family etc.. divert attention from Sabbath margin with a two-run outburst W II lsI'i.51.S.N .NeN. S 1.s.p 11510Sw.coo
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agames.S which eventually decided the "a 1IIII4OPSS.CV. 4 1 I IS I I I J 011' _._... 4 S I S IUS.IIi.q. i i I I : : STInO.I S = Diefrich Hurls
One concrete proposal due for consideration at game. A trio of breaks -, I. I I "' *.....- I I I I Sn. .. s I 1 a .\\.R S I I IXi5t.b ; I
the annual meet- helped the s .a 'j 1 II........ I III -----1 ---- -
9 lug Is that no Sunday games be scheduled after the first week in Card get their three runs in the ....s.U" 4 5 I ,4 "........... I 1 I 11 Ss.sk : i.Ib S 41I.ki.N I I I it ;l.nIwi.Lb. I 3.i2Ir ii i i WASHINGTON TAP! A lOth-ln-i T'>Ia1a n 4 14 :. Ki T 6ANEMraefc ..*S. M T 11 IT litCCOHO

9 June. or after the school ends. last of the moth which shelled I_ J 4 1" __.. I. 5,1 I "..... I. S I ..w.6flSL.f 4 S I 4 S nlng fumble with two men out .-.. 55(15 r -- .. Tibml >
year Hal .c 4 I I I ls.p I. 5 I Ii .,.... S I I Not.ZIt I I I I I j cost Washington a ball ,, ....
9 Gregg. Lombard rescuer. ; ,,... 2151 IP555. 1111 ......_ ....... I game; -.p < tar 415 tm
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believed that such a proposal would also Include a proviso from the i ( L. 4 5 S S :11" I I. I .I against! the St. Louis Browns yes- : 5,0. SI .......: to Victory
mound and --:1 .
threw a }j 1-- I. IatI.p .IS.lI..w. _
$for taking care of postponed Sundays. .. ; \ r Tot 1. I" 411-4
games on
scare into the 5.51ISN,55S4 I terday by a 1-0 score. .
Brooks. -.t ____ .torlno.lt -se! 11 -TKnar.
9 Whatever the final agreement reached it is believed that somepositive Stan Muual, opened the last .,..... JIUtSI 1'twala! -$55274em ,. I. SIl5ni..sp I Buddy Lewis. Washington outfielder hOT Bon ti.< M: Hotwc :. Gmh
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; will be taken at the annual meeting with respect to'. of the frame with a high drive .... S.. M55 III I'S.osu .rn.44 11155 fumbled Al Zarilla's. liner **t* felt.GtlM %. laSs. Boe nut: Hmuw. Bespectacled -

'curtailment of the number of Sunday games scheduled next year. fell for a triple when Pete thatD: N_ .I 11IIr. / -, |cr R..sM.5_ 15111, Ills and Bob Dininger romped home. T m(. tOUtm: Aitmf. tst Putin plays: Bill Dietrich making Ms
a I]I i I loot the ball In the sun Joe lied- I ., .... ...... Cliff Fannin. who won his Milter.... Atom.. *.. \mt Ii. >; HIM.. KAT- ._* first start since July 31. limited:
an.n LaSS I. 554 .. 1127131 I 34 ; .rI ut Lon. kmYtft >
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The wicks high fell '..,, : 1lz.u Till' 211127111 TWale 14 ) sixth came blanked the Nationals 11. rmjKialt i. Uw ..... Bvnm his 1946 teammat6< Caieago
perennial question of Class C ball for the FSL is almost sure pop between Ed Jsa 2. ---. C..'. a-n.4 8..*, 1. fa.am ... (
Stanley and Dixie -- $'w 501*. on eight, hit. as Ray Scar- !. toon I. PnfeoiM !. Ennt t. $ _. White Sox-to five hits at SMbe
to receive at least casual Walker for = : b-4US4e4 lf mutfMUm la Ttb.aXnjra
treatment. a j SSVSa .: P.a55 I. turt 2. TrttUf I. __... :.
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Despite heavy attendance this and last single scoring' MusiaL With one <- SS4 Ills, JI_51'4egsa........ sId .......Pays._: R.- awe lor Hwa>4 ta> PS.JaIl S. borough who allowed nine hits E,....< 4. H>-< /f IfvtHw S to t i.3 tawao.inorf Park yesterday as the Philadelphia -
year the time is --
year. not; out. L.ft 55.sI absorbed his seventh successive 4 in ; ; 3. 9rit* I Ia 1; Tiwk 1ml.IHTHKI Athletics kept alive their
Terry Moore's 55 55,55 5 Ta'S I. 115. ..
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ripe now for Florida State League's entry into Class.C status. 55 5511. 1'- Ii ..._ I: JI r_ Paslaj S ,. S I 3: __ 5.15 S I 1. .....
Here's' a bad hop past-third for a single ;: :z. Ittri__. 2: T_ I. Pa.. .. fmm. : full** Baa*_awu4 11..1: defeat and his nth of the ; Ej Wus.ng, ....-: Enact. Lai- flickering Hopes for a place in the
one solid reason: There Is always the possibility that and ilarty Marion's fly fell safely !: j *n Tr... : to I 1_. <**r. t .u 5 ab$*.:anClltnM M. lid...... H 4._MaW.Roate* raw U. T-. season. ": 'I SHUMT Harnoc r.puw "'.iaa and first division by rotting to a 9-2
Florida-International League which now nurses with some Justification between Reteer and Walker to I| I I'i t; %Sao, 1_<...1. "..,. I .tm_1. WUuMM ...Hx* ''araurk. mtn. U. nUau J, Marf. Doubt* aian.t I I Washington moved the potential Bur. y:_. ; IS. Aitandaoc* t..j*. victory on a 16-htt; assault against

an urge to move from Class C to Class B status will 'even- i i! load the bases. Joe Garagiola usUs. y;ly,.., Htut pM.n* i T___..t' aPrPus 7ijus Sv4.lnstiSa BOICM>an. Culler.. ruukufik out r I.Marmk Baw* aa Un oaU aa. Boa baM': tying run to third in the 10th when ; i I three Sox pitchers.

tually Include Orlando within Its circle. j j: struck out. Pinch Hitter Red i i'A 24.t"? .*"" '.1.1,5.55 1. B.fti L ..ri..........! Bafbr. I. .....1.1 Lewis singled. Sherry Robertson 455th HeadsI i I! Starter Bob GiBeapie was the

When such a change occurs it will mean that some other Central Schoendtenst then singled in two : ,am I. Hoaanl. _.i. AiMMa 1. Hit.: aff ma*. 4. sacrificed and Mickey Vernon loser but the A's also betted Gordon -
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X a laala. .lOr. *;
Florida city logically Ocala. will replace Orlando. That move In itself runs before Dusak filed out. I Tony Galento '<... 1 la I ....1_. _..... I l. J Innlns.L I I grounded out. but Stan Spence I|i MalUberger and Earl CaU-
"OOKUII .... .... laietr. sad !!, welL
PlaxlU
will make the FSL a more circuit. : III' IT. LOUIS (-J M-clMf GuN i then fouled to First Baseman Hal All-Star Team ,
I compact And It would .
provide 10.711.
.Ior. a l .. Boa* TUB 14* Atwarfaaca: CHICAGO
,. : Judnich. F7 PH4LAOILPHIA t Alas
\ each club with a more or lees "natural rival. Sanford would still have 5t.apl. : it: ;lb..S.a : : : 1: : To PerformOn -- I IT. LOUIS i lA 1 WASHIHGTO 'A' The 14th Air Force softball S S SI. as r S S Ikup3b

falatka.% Daytona Beach would still be In the OeLand-Sanford atrendanee .........." IStI4Iiss.i sii.zs.. I .1 J Orlando All-Stars j .5 r 5.l! aSvSStThI155 champion 455th Squadron IHq.. 4 I J :I S'.I" .*... I 5345wn I S J SXsausaIeWv
sphere and Gainesville would '-aI.ff Si 31111S.e.ist 45525 & lit 4 I J 5 2fT.R 'I I J J ....
acquire near-by Ocala. IlSlS(5a.I I Iii
Air Force
Hys.5.I* 4 I 3 I ::s1..m.C z.n.ws S Ill ) 'I'tafto..A S S S OJ t 14th dominates the
*I I Florida-International League still has Havana as a hot SPOIlI.. .. I I S I emsa.4 J I I I I I I I S 5 Mat Card Face Tampa TodayThe Brs'4sa.Thll27fl..rf 41251hi'sth.lf Sentinf 1-Star All-Star tournament TOLlS?51St..( a.SIIOYa.b I I 1'___ 332S 32115.
:> potato and sooner or later the Cubans will depart from the circuit Mn..Jf I S I' 5155.1.5.0. 4 t t J a ZlllPRa1..i" 25115S teams as they clinched eight of A":_ 3 5 4 a 1 _.11I 4 I I ,
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j I Orlando i Is a natural replacement. And if Orlando drew ".000 this ...,......,31127IWiI55y.g. I 1 1 I 11I"" 5 1 I 5 3 5 'I I i| Two-ton Tony Oalento the pennant-winning Tampa ---... I J J Jjl-d' I I I 413w55S.I5 the 20 first and second string p0- -.._ lSlSliMm.4150715.-.....* 41515Ts.'S. -*
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a. 4 1 a I ... Rockets of the Florida State 4 OJ 1 5 ;' I S I I I4 : ;
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: while Lakeland I S I 1 I Orange. N. J. barkeeper and sitions. 1)50s2i11Ptfli.u4.p) 255
season managed to stay in the FIL with a seasonal 1.sa55al.pl I I S 1DkOs.p ex- _It 5 I 2 'ITh....,.a I. I S 4 ,
turnout of 42.000. then the Senators would I:-... I ........... I5q5 I I 1 IS. pug who once came within a I I League will open the post-season )i.sa.4. I S I 1'Z 1 J Four 455th performers posted J I r:=:: : : : : !t
probably make end Nebz.psl Shaughnessy with the ; ,....... 4 5 1 I I I I I
1111mb... whisker of play-offs 5i1c.5..Lp 3 marks ''
i' meet In faster SIlls flattening Joe Louis in: high in the meet as Ben as 55uIus I I I I II!
company. :; .e455p 155.5 !I Orlando All-Stars at Carter St. -----j --- :' .:...... S S I SS5551
a title bout. makes .... Miller led the flingers with II
So there's little ....... I I S I his local mat Ps Z1" ISI Totala U. I 3> 14 i i a 3-0 .
likelihood lS5STOad .
that the Florida State -League will f.t ...,.. I. debut In Tuesdays AmVet wrest- Park at 3 p.m. today. Orlando .: >! LOUB. aa* aa* H* l-lRa record; third sacker Tony lacovitU -----f -

seriously consider any change in classification status now. I i ____1.1_J_1_' I jUng) show at Legion Arena curtain finished third In the regular season Emn iiuur: I.I ".at. f5..,. | play.'Rams ,I ba MlBacn. Btath.ulli --.r.. Bob Jackson'tallied nine i: 4 51 ..5t1- 15 7m.
1 fl 121 1'wiaII q 7 1117 II I time 8:30: p.m. ftaim >ea: : runs; and < "- os St .....
i0sm
The other S.5. ,-1. 1w Ii.1 55 I I $ .aa. _---. Hobrruoat Dovte* plays,
one important item certain to evoke serious .104 5 a \ The garrulous Jerseyite will rightfielder T. S. Wood hammered Qk.ue- ---
consider- ._ at 11M 55blas ....... Zanlla ... J'MIaSS.. Sesb.S. _.. Sal ..- -. -- -- ..
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aUon is the matter of player classification limitations. rw WI.. 55 ...... : grapple either Kirchmeyer Mr. X' Take: Lions, 21-0 ; V.'ps: f.sat&. I!<.._ sad JaI.ft nine markers across the platter. 1511.1,00 Prm.: {.... -r-a.- l_---1.55105 Ia .......
: / Little known Is the fact -w-J ,. I'1*. Ia .'.. Al Maaey or Dan this i : .fIo! a-k'WU. FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM 0Sp ..55p. .... ....:..
Gainesville Mahoney.
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INDIANAPOLIS The' h1a.
r came close to stirring up .3al. 1w 5sos PS. I lAP tlaJlo ........ 1: 1-aSo.ysgs t. Stnk_: Was- Jane 445th. ef Partot. w...... 2bIaco..UtL _. .
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I an Incident In their playoff series with DeLand over this IJ! III .uss ..... quartetto draw straws in the ring '[Los Angeles Rams scored two '| ... 2. &-.ron u* 2I npItT.: ..... r.pa.Ua( 4S5tB. 36 Baakstaa. Tamps c: a_. 27.54. JOiass:1.Bader ud.ruaOicnaaX in:
same 81 J.'o ... 14r. :; I to determine who will tackle Ga- Mil nmiini.. TIme t Ruestion. Tbe G-Men considered .., touchdowns in quick succession in r Pateno : aar nd film. 8ao>-
DeLand's .
four known cLass E w .. f :J.K-: CSi5 Tampa. If > .
5 Ia' ,_ $ .08G. Bmn !im.rt
men !, wy .,..... .ac I'ys J. ;j l llnto.in the three-fall, 90-mlnute the second _________ a*DW1.b.. fetter. Lan aa ...:
.were too many under league rulings. The L -- *...... I. period yesterday and ; Jackson. 435U e i Minocue. 55th. aa 1. 1'ItiladPl.. _
protest was dropped Just .........u. k,..... ........ I Li1a: DiSt 71
*s quickly. and as quietly as It was broached. ..... LS.--, 4.'is. *tS.-UJL.4. L Tw,. headllner. added another in the third stanza j The National League Phillies at- R.Cndu.JacUoD.llt CucrnMT.Orlaudoi 466th. i!! .GIniyso. l" MZmT'l: QalaWC L PSSi-
W.s. *sak. Promoter Temple Mason will to win tendance 1946 U !: at* Dwtnot t Calaaaal I. Pita: off G
; The T1I ''s IJJ"Mot.. H- a National League exhibition in amounted to 1.- Cr.c .BfrinnhiB.*s Mtniotii. Bmqm.ll1' .
possibility that the New York Giants might take over San $a'.1fll.; J.. OoooWa ...5. -.Pm.ysaoki--. 515551 announce the principals! of two j! game from the Detroit Lions. 045.245 persons as compared with Jetton Marietta. 2b Fowler Jackaoa. 3DMiller. *4a.,n r.: .; I 4 IR-nnr::. LtooiatI a: jamH..anatr_.. ';4 In_la X. ta-IK;

I ford either next year or the year following, and that DeLand Will I all........S51... It. ..Lon. .._55I1s..... 51. l. n. supporting. bouts. tomorrow. ;21 to 0. 1 only 310.389 a year before. Abbou.. U5 5Sb.:n. p AsttB.Brtc Jackaoo. It 1' "" ,,,. Ja,_ 55 555554. TI8a .. ,-.
acquire farm club status makes X Mratr *- --- os? Jaoksoa aur. I ; 4:__ -.
the -
major league influence J. WIIIIo t. .NSSpt ..
: the I. PS. .
league all the stronger. upon III. I J -....; aVaat 4 .to I J. __ lei U I; ,.......-, .. -- -- '..- .... -

( And major league Influence will be strong to I la Ua.tt.r4i 2L *aw t* .la.7.- .': '
make the circuit fi.M. I M f
a better deal for tm _lid. ........ ...,.... sad OM I. Wriav- I'1, Georgia Stronger Minus ? t
developing rookie
players, and as a training ground nuw PL4I'. ?. L.'M.u. bMa a... ipo55sa.r I Trippi .1
for ',
tltvr.
more option players. :1 3. AntlMK> 11.'... iI .

to a Right FSL club now with league the rules higher provide club only supplementins-four players! can be optioned.I ; Wilson's Annual 1 ATHENS. Oa. rAPt There Is standing out among the rookies. games inthe past two years and

era' optioned play- > considerable! difference of opinion The right haIrs position embraces Gene Chandler. 195 sophomore.
salary up to a maximum of $50 This proviso may be altered to permit U to the possibilities; of Georgia's another battle with Billy Hender- Jerry Deleski 170 who returned

I more than four optioned players. Tennis Tournament football team without the famed son 165. John Donaldson. 175, Joe last year after several years in

Farm representatives of major league clubs say this league is the Charlie Trippi, but all agree that Geri. 195. Eli Mancich. 170. and service and Bill Bradshaw. 190.

toughest all Class D circuits from the standpoint of rules that; Set for October i i with him. the Bulldogs would be Sonny Lloyd. 170. about on even freshman. are pushing both Cooley

stymie the objective: of farm systems in Class D ba.sebaU-the The i stronger than last year when they terms. and Chandler and both are expected -
I of player talent. spawning\ amateur tennis toumeJ.5pon..cored were undefeated. The fullback spot is a little to see a lot of action.

J by Wilson Shoe Store Trippl's loss leaves the secondary brighter with Floyd Reid. 180 and

Inc.. of Orlando will be staged at weaker, on an individual basis Al Bodine. 185. in the forefront. :; Even Butts never too optimistic -
the local Tennis Club during the for not only was he triple-threat ; smiles when the tackles and
Tide Loses a Both-tike several other candi-I
Casho: French Swimming Star first week of October. Glenn Wilson I on offense but on defense as well dates-are faster than McPhee but guards are mentioned. For the

general manager of the Wilson As a unit. the Bullodgs better former spot he has Jack Bush.
Cracks 400-Meter are all lack"his general polish.
For 1947 Season i Mark L establishment 215, Howard Johnvm. 200. Carl
I said yesterday. I balanced and have more reserve Johnny Rauch. 185 hailed by I
TUSCALOOSA. Ala MONTE CARLO -IAPJ- Alex:: It will be a closed affair since > I power in the backfield-from I some coaches as one of the na- George 193. Ernie Reid. %%It, and
(tUPl Ala- I
Jany. 18-year-old French aquatic' tournament performers must have j which Fullback Dick McPhee alsois tion's most talented other experienced hands.
quarterbacks
i I "'1m& line suffered a severe blow ace. shattered the world 400-meter resided in Orlando for at least six gone. leaves little to worry Butts at'that I I I II >I At Guard. he has Herb St. John ... 4/ :I

i -esttrday when it was learned. freestyle record ln the European i months. Over 100 players will vie'tor The line likewise is stronger '
'swimming' position, Rauch. one of the na- ;: 210 twice an all-conference man I
: t that art Cashlo. 195-pound senior championships yesterday the individual trophies and :II at every position with the pos tion's top passers last year with and being touted already for All- with TranSect Universal I I.

.. Kurd from Oadsden. Ala.. bad :133.2.':> covering the distance in 4- other prizes to be awarded to win- sible exception of end. but even 14 touchdown tosses. averaged America honors; with Porter L I

broken his leg In a scrUnma.se ,, Earlier yesterday. ners and runners-up in all events ', there Butts has two experienced about 50 minutes per game. He Payne. 200. Bernie Reid. 190. j : SAFETY BOAT LOADER '
Jany unof by Wilson Inc. II
Friday night in Birmingham. lie ficially beat his starters Wryman Sellers and may take on the punting duties (brother of Floyd and Ernie, { WEIGHT I "

: will b* out of action allle&.50n..e j meter freestyle record own world 200- There will be men's singles and Dan Edwards. While some of this Fall. in addition to his pass- Tommy Pope 175 and several others I ONLY AND CONVEYOR : 0tJ$59: I

Halfback Clem W&1.aJan4 Cart I I swam the distance when he doubles. women's singles, junior the replacements for that pair irfg and direction of the offense. of almost equal ability.
Mimi sidelined with in 2:04.9: on boys (115 to 18 yearold age group are green there's enough depth Besides Edwards the 1 The I 27 IBS. ,"-,1aTfa...
t were leg In- I his lap of the 800-meter and Sellers Bulldogs. as they did last ; 1 !
BOB
juries. Regular scrimmage was His recognized mark is 2OQ,4.relay.. singles and junior boys and girls not to cause too much concern. ;, Bulldogs have a bevy of experienced 'i year in sharing.the Southeastern i I KERR II:
... held yesterday afternoon. Tao j j I under 15 years old singles. f& replacements for Trippi. linemen. and appear unsteady conference title with Tennessee i MAKIXE!: AND SPORTS EQUIPMENT I II

kle Dick Flowers and Fullback I The balk rule was added to the I No entrance f es will be charged{[ Butts has a naif-dozen scrapping only at center. The pivot will operate from the 'T." mixing1'' I Winter GardeL 51*. I
I. t and the public is cordially invited I for the job. with Lukie Brunson. spot i iI 1 I maninf f Exc:1l1snDulul:
Until Tew were outstanding. I baseball code in 1899. I I features Mike Cooley. 190. a a varied attack from the for '.'
'" to attend the matches. ([ISO. and Bobby Walston. 183. i senior who has started most of the i i I motion set-up. L- J .' .

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Open Practice Junior Drills High Tomorrow Elevens \ Kramer, Parker Clash For U .5. Singles Crown



Fifty-two boys --
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weighing 120 lbs- or more were on
hand to register for Memorial Junior High School's 1947 [e Orlando, Florida; September 141947'_ ehp .imfcig! S>tl1tintl-.tzr Page 9 I

heavyweight football squad at a meeting in the school Osborne To Meet.

auditorium Friday, Leonard Stith head coach, said yester- 1
day.

Holdovers from last year's heavy<

unit are Rodney Black. Bob Stlne.
Carl Colvin. Hush Young. James BroughBolfonVictor

Beach and Byron Eicher. Members Umatilla Meets
of the 1946 lightweight array
now trying out for the heavyweight -
team are Barry VanDeven- for TitleNEW

ter. Carlton Burroughs Albert :
DeLand I II
Parker. Luke King Bob Corbitt I Today
Len Tomaszewskl. Jim Shaefer I i YORK UPI] Defending t y

Bob Howard Bob Williams Jack champion Jack. Kramer and for-
Gatlin. Buddy "spec -I' ti TTj Sjr':: *;:: ""I+ Stcr]
Pettigrcm. I
Jim I I 1 mer champion Frankie Parker
Grant, Mike Atkinson and a host UMATILLA The Umatilla
of new boys from the ninth grade. I Lake-Orange League amateur club made it an all-Los Angeles finalIn
nrtJ- I&h& youngsters. from will play hosts to the DeLand Red the U. S. tennis championships j7s
the seventh and eighth grades, j Hats of the Florida State League yesterday as Kramer turned a potential -
I upset into a rout of Czecho
attended the meeting to obtain exhibition game here at 3:30:
:
Jaroslav Drobny and Parker gain-
Information p.m. today.
to
a* Ufhtweifht '
ed overdue on Australian -
team requirement, practices II Bill bteinecke. DeLand manager, Johnny vengeance Bromwich.
and games. plans to start his regular lineup $100,000pro
Kramer forgetting a I'
with Juan Perez the 1.
on
Practice sessions for both pound offer which apparently gave
be held from 3-30: to I 1 Umatilla officials announced last him first set jitters.rallied to come
5:15: pjn Monday through Thurs- night while Mgr Herman Turner back and humble Drobny 3-6. 6-3
day of each week beginning tomor- i will retaliate with Bob Maxwellfor 6-0 6-1. ,while Parker went a
: the local mound assignment. marathon three hours and five

row.Stith also stated that the OrLando !i The locals will use their proceedso minutes for a limit 6-3. 4-6. 6-3.
Recreation Dept is planning i fthe game towards the erectionof 6-8. 8-6 decision over Bromwich
to organize several touch I a $6,000 grandstand for the who had beaten him to win the arr. "?e Sr s
local diamond Other members of
football leagues to provide these Davis Cup when they last met in ) .
the starting local lineup include: '
boys with. additional activity I 1939. .
E. Webb d: Collins U. Julich, Osborneof I
Meanwhile Margaret
ss; Rigdon. 2b Holten Ib Turner -
; ;
San Francisco' the -
gained women
Warm-up Race Set 3b; W Reedy, rf and Cald- '
s finals with an 8-5. 7-5 victory -
well. catcher.Sayajirao. .
over Doris Hart' of Miami. '.f'ttr
For Armed Before I She will meet the winner of a .

Match With VictorIn I match between Louise Brough of ,.. zg ._ ... _k __se: ,_ _.._ .
AssaultNEW Beverly Hills Calif. and Mrs. ---- -- ---- v -- 'F. -

YORK rAP in Great Britain'sTriple Nancy Miss Bolton.Brough of was Australia.saved from defeat 1947 ROLLINS COLLEGE TARS: Front row, left to Plant City, George Mooney, Winter Park, Harry ) Henry Moody, Plant City, George Franklin, Miami,

ance with a request compu-I by darkness in their third and right: Cal Peacock, Pahokee Gene Chizik, Ashe- Hancock, Clearwater, Henry Baxter Pahokee, John Fitzgerald, Palmetto, Mex Grulke, Miami
Jones, generalissimo of Crown Finale final set with Mrs. Bolthon lead- Beach, Lee Smith, Miami. Back row: Dick Darty,
Wright's Calumet Farm '''ville; N. C., Ralph Chisholm, St. Cloud, Gus Sakkis, Stokes Smith, Pahokee, Bill Schafer, Coronado i
ing 5-3 when the match was call- I Bradenton, L D Bochette, Gaihesville, Kenneth
Belmont Park yesterday announced DONCASTER. England (AP] ed They will have to play the ; Tampa, Ottis Mooney, Winter Park, Sam Hardman, Beach. Neil Justice, Asheville, N. C. Charles Lowe, ]I Horton, St. Petersburg, Paul Odom, Orlando, Den-
special Sayajirao. the golden colt who
a, 22 which six will furlong serve as event a pub-forSept. J cost the Maharaja of Baroda the taken deciding the set first over set., Mrs.6-4 Bolton and Miss had j I Jacksonville, Burke Chisholm, St. Cloud, Dave St. Cloud Third row: James Kelly, Punta Gorda, ad: Brinegar, Miami Bill Osteen, Melbourne, Buzzy

.tic prep for Armed's match race world record price of $117.600 as a Brough the second 6-4. | Clark, New Port Richey, Frank Alt, Orlando Second Ed Sirmons, Tavares, Don Allen, Petersburg, Rodenbaugh Orlando, Buddy Tate, Jacksonville,

against Robert J. Klebergs Assault "I yearling helped pay off a part of Immediately after his victory ; row: Buster Griffith, Bradenton, Dub Palmer, Gerald Murphy, Miami, Herman Brumley, Sanford, and William Gordon M,;'ton, Mass
his !
at the same track Sept. 27. cost yesterday by winning the
i Kramer was awarded, the William -- ----- --- ---- -
The classic St. Leger stakes under the i
newly-arranged dash will 'I
I I (Little Bill] Johnston tro- .
carry a 6.500 purse and will be whip of Jockey Edgar Britt.
aeightforage phy presented by the late two-
I Holds
Demaret
affair for three !I On a one and three-quarter mile time champion as "the player Standings Elpis Captures
year olds and upward, with allowances I turf softened' just enough by a who contributed' the most- to l I /t I I I
Under the conditions. morning rain. Sayajirao fought tennis during the year." !' Pace
Armed would carry 130 pounds and I off the challenge of the French For Parker it was longdelayedrevenge. AMERICAN LEAGl'ETeam Tourney
probably would have to tackle a colt. Arbar. to win by a nose in He last met Bromwich in I W L Pet GB GTF I
number of fast. if not as famous I the third and final chapter of the final and deciding match of 'New York 89 53 .627 12 ALBUQUERQUE. N. M API] Edgemere RunNEW i
campaigners Great Britain's triple rown racing the 1939 Davis. Cup challenge .Boston .. 75 64 .540 12'2! 16 Jimmy Demaret scorched the Uni-
Detroit 75 65 .536 13 14 versity of New Mexico golf course
Among those which face of 1947. H GET THEY
might round and that day in Philadelphia -
.. with 65 YORK (API William DHens' ,
I Cleveland 73 66 .525 14'a} 14 seven-under-par yester-
the Calumet gelding at 126 poundsIs Migoli. the 9 to 4 betting favorite the big blonde from Down
Oscar E.'Breault'a Philadelphia .. 70 70 .500 18 16 day to hang up a new competitive Elpis won the 35th runn.in6of
With Pleas- Under took the Californian
finished three lengths behind slim
i i {Chicago 65 75 464 23 14 record for the second straight day '
:
ure a four-year-old which won in third. apart. The war postponed another the Edgemere Handicap at
I Biggest disappointmentof Washington. 59 80 .424 28}i 15: and spreadeagle the field in the BIOasOUt Protect ion
four Chicago stakes including the day. however. was the meeting and as the United Aqueduct yesterday, defeating Sty-
St. Louis 53 86 .381 3312} 15' $10.000 Albuquerque Open tournament -
three decisions over Armed Another I I fourth place finish of Pearl Diver States recaptured the cup and *Games to play.Results I mie by a length and a half with
probable is Nelson Seabras winner of the English Derby in then defended it again against the Bridalnowerth1r I
South America star Ensueno. June. Aussies. Parker was not selected Yesterday In second place was Lloyd Man- Stymie came from last place as
which showed speed although well for singles play New York 5. Detroit 2. I gram whose 32-34--66 for aj time usual but could do no better than OF TOP-QUALITY
beaten in the International Gold The first national backgammon -.- Boston 3. Cleveland 2. .I gave him co-ownership of the second place as Elpis moving fast I
Cup event at Belmont Park last I I tournament for team champion- Philadelphia 9. Chicago 2. : course record with Demaret. Cou- in the stretch went to the front
July 19. ship was held in 1931. Cubs Phillies St.:Louis 1. Washington 0 [no : pled with an earlier 69 this gave and held her edge to the wire.
innings I the Chicagoan 135 at the tourney'shalfway King Ranch's Bridal Flower took GENERAL TIRES
I Today's Games t I mark, four behind Dema- the show over the mighty Mary- 11llflt! t
Probable pitchers Won and land mare, Gallorette, a surprisinglast i ttl J ,
lost records in parentheses!: ret.Ranking next among the run- in the four-horse field after e
ROLLINS "TARS"HOME Split Twin Bill St Louis at New York-Kinder nersup were George Schoux. 136. leading for virtually a mile of this
i : (7-13) vs. Raschi (6-21. Jim Ferrier, 138; Bill Nary. Phoenix mileandaneighth.Elpis .
I Chicago at Boston (21 Lopat 139 Ellsworth Vines.
Ariz.. ; paid $11.60 and $3.50, Stymie -
CHICAGO TAP] The Chicago riS-111 and Ruffing (3-31 vs 139, and Ralph Blomquist. Glendale paid $2.60. There was no } aR
Cubs and the Philadelphia Phil Dobson 16-71 and Donsh 691. Cal., Al Smith. W inatonSaLem show wagering I
GAMESSaturday lies ended their seasonal rivalry Cleveland at Philadelphia (21- N. C.. Tom Wright Knoxville.
I yesterday the Cubs winning the Embree [8-9 and Kuzava 0-01 Term, and Skip Alexander. Let-: R
first game of a double-header. 7 vs Fowler 9-121 and Marchildon ington. N, C. deadlocked at 140. ClearwaterVictors
to 3, and Philadelphia the second I U6-9)
!.
3to1. Detroit at Washington (21-
In winning the series. 3 gamesto Hutchinson (14-10) and Trout 50CLEVELAND
Oct. 4-University of RichmondSouthern : 1, the Cubs gained a 16-6 edge [(9-lir vs. Masterson (12-121 and" HillsboroughRated ,

( Conference] over the Phillies. for the season's ': Candinl [4-21. i (API The
i I Play. 9 1 I Southern Division rulers. Black- #
A home run by Ray Mack and : burn Bombers of Clearwater. Fla, t# .

Saturday, Nov. 1 1-Stetson University i !, triples by Philip Cavarretta and I Team XAYIOSAL W L LEAGUE Pet GB GTP Stronger yesterday whipped the Hudson It

Peanuts Lowrey paved the way for Brooklyn. ........ 87 54 .617 13 House nine'of Portland Ore., 5 to
Johnny Millers first National St. Louis ........ 80 58 .580 5'2 16.. 0, in a first round game in the
Saturday, Nov. 1 15-Murray State League triumph in the opener. Boston ... ..... 78 65 .545 10 13 TAMPA (API Hillsborough High world's softball championships at : {tl t (GENERAL)
Giyen a 2-0 lead in the first School with lettermen In 10 positions Lakewood Elks stadium. ,, ,
.. ..
New York 71 67 .514 HVz} 17
inning against Hank Wyse. Judd Cincinnati' _. 69 75 .479 m2 11 is rated a much stronger Herb Dudley. Clearwater pitcher TIIIt E
carefully guided the Phillies to football team than last year. not only hurled a two-hit game
Saturday Nov. 22-Otterbein College i[Chicago .-'....... 63 76 .453 23 16
the nightcap victory. In fact Coach Crockett Firnell but also aided his own cause witha
I Pittsburgh 58 83 .411 29 15 t
(FIRST CAHC1 will be gunning again for the tremendous home run over the vtiu tires worth
risky
are
0\11' worn
PHILADElPHIA (III' CHICAGO INI 'Philadelphia 56 84 .400 30} 15
2
fc ,,,, ,..,.brN .i, .sr55a 'I -Games to play.Results I State title Hillsborough won /In centerfield fence in the second inning 1 'er more in trade for Top-Quality
Ohio
Nov. 28
Friday, WesleyanHome : ota :: 1 2 4 4L, II J J 1 1 1944 and 1945Returning .
I w.lk.r.rf s 1 J 1 '"iwaitkwlb I 1 1 I Yesterday to the backfield aie The Bombers who made four Generals. Don't let them go

.. ( Coming If. i!I Kna4.itAdaau: .ifInom 4 i ". I. 2 1."I,:(Alan".....,.....lf.. Chicago 7-1. Philadelphia
I
} I I I 1 'lrllol- 4 I Cincinnati 3-1.New York 2-4.
I fktiulu.ll 4. 4 II Slack.S" I 1 1 I Brooklyn 8, St. Louis 7. Lou Garcia, 147; and Tony Gon never were headed' They added limit to give you a TradeIndeal
GamesORLANDO Verbal.Zb 1 I J'",_._ 4 1 5 1 1 I zalez. 178Farnell. three runs in the sixth on three can't refuse.
Rom*.f i i i : :1 j)I. Ift.J 4 1 1 1 I 4 Today's Games t walks two hits and an infield out. you ;
ffntm.itaollbrn 1. 5 11Jwrl.'k. Probable pitchers [Won and I is doing a little shifting Dudley struck out 13.
5 -1 1 1Taal. 11 lost records in parentheses: around to get more weight Clearwater 110 003 0-5' 4 0
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------1< Brooklyn at Cincinnati [2!- at blocking back a post Gon- Portland 000 000 0-0 2 3
tl 3
UII 1 Txala 14 715 srIimmd.d 1 '
STADIUM .-- wt 'w Spn iM l. MN.Pbil.d.1151. King (6-41 and Hatten (14-81 vs. sales held down last year. Gonzalez Dudley and Hancock; Larsen >; qt6
_. .- 1l 1. .11_' .Peterson 15-121 and Raffensberger will continue to call signals and Minto.
lTka.Error: Ad... R.... 1Ia..I'It8: 31 Lnnta.* 111 AdaBraiak *.-..' (8-111. : but this time as tailback. .
.*.. Catarratta 1. WrhrfllM. Mark., lamin : New York at St. Louis-Jansen Bill Seville a six-foot 200-
.
Wattkua.. ."_1:11".It.: *.:. LaPaun*. Emta.Wakrr 18-41 vs. Hearn 1161. ;: pounder is leading the field for FOR DEPENDABLE \
W aiarrma Ttu-a ktta: -
8:30 P.M. ...... ..... ,
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: -- r H raaa: airll Hark.Itaabto Boston at Chicago (21-Spahn the blocking role. i
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4a : i/ T.rb..d Brfeiilts. Ln
I. .....-.*: rUladflphia 12. hall: Ham *. Milter, 1. "UI_.: JwuMi a.i Schmitz (10-171 and Erickson t and gained 382 yards last year as i
i Lake, ;;. H".: off H 1 ,I. 1: gpratna 1 im 1. lady HttbrrHnrnL : $ a
I.p1...: Stewart Hfmllw Uurrkartk I Philadelphia at Pittsburgh 12] i and Garcia are slated to alternate ASSOCIATED 5300 .
Reserved Seats TiBt. I'M. Altfndaw: (lotuutad -Leonard (16-10 and Rowe ; wingback..
: It.- I 1139)"s.. Queen (3-51 and Bon- Heading a stout line will be Mac

lines (lcoiD SANE) I i ham (1071.Move Williams. 6 foot 2 inch. 192poundend
40 $2.40 .
Between yard .
I PHILAOCLP 151 CHICAGO (NI.b
.. r II .I, .. r II d.1'LP"Ie. tackles Hubert Brooks 198.
: Other Reserved $1.80 .. II 14 I 4L{ F.3b 4 I 2 and Stanley White. 196: guards RYA ,
j satker.d: : : : : =,.. : : 5 513 1E..ILN To Amend FIL Joe Lopez 189 and John Stabile. f

j Season Reserved Seats '! = ." : 1 : : 4ICC11..sb.!;I4ro.nR..d 4 : : :.: ::1 I Playoff Rules Fails 200.Slated and center for the Frank other Lewis.end 172 is It's Smart

Lakea".. I' 2 t .Lkbolser 4 I I MIAMI (AP A to amend
move another tall 180-
I I 8rktUtmlb I .I5 t1I+.rb.Ib 4 1 1 15 I Bill Fisher
Five for the Price of Four \<*4> ..... 4 1 4 /4ur5eoL., .. 4 2 4 1Judd. the Florida International League I pounder from the A squad. Dressed Man
.. 4 1 1 JI"'_.. J' 5 constitution as pertains to Shau-I Farnell says his reserves aren't To be a Well College f i,
llaaata 1. 1 1 1
WINTER PARK 94 I 1.-*' 1Be . ghnessy playoff series so that a I 1 too deep, but he has two fine-look- I >f
Telephone I swr.5 1 1 1 1 5I conflict between the Miami and : ing guard replacements In Harry

4 I I -----1 ToUla -U-1-.-n-II < Miami Beach clubs would be avoided Stroupe..208, and Joe Boatwright While the well dressed man may
Call Tot.1e It *U17 HI .-Hit in.. S f. Ifa failed last nlghtw hen three 175. 1 A's from the l
Write or ) I -Hit lm. fwe awl for faawaPbllaJalvbia S Ia 1t" ':' clubs submitted negative votes. I not get straight pro-
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ATHLETIC OFFICE i 555 155 5o.-I League Pres. Judge Wayne Allen BACK AGAIN fessors-he still rates A-l 1 on the
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Krran: A....... .Low.. Buna baltr4 '.: announced that St. Petersburg 11 Miss.-ole Miss _
) I Laarata.. fanrn. \......lM& Tw-kaM kilt: i UNIVERSITY. f ft
CARNEGIE HALL ... !Tampa and Lakeland voted against ', campus,
Lose I. AbfrM. 'l'Io..... ah: Ei la. Donbla I meets Tulane this year for the
Man: ..':.... Mark ..d Waitkiu: LaPalaw ''the proposal requested by Miami 1 I firsttime since 1941. when the I II I. !
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ROLLINS COLLEGE \ v.1-b.111 fblran. sad 8dn&laun T. Baae <. aalln a.I'I: Wi. a.Iadrlpbl.Pavra Beach Flamingo Pres. Carl Gardner -I[Rebs scored a 20-13 victory. The MICHAELSTERN SUITS 31.50.55. :N'>
X Knarauu: Wyaa 3. Baraoy X Judd T. HIM' Passage required twothirdsfavorable :\|Wave is the Rebs' oldest major V. .
art tlina I. a 1-1 huiMa; Paura. S !. Suits for young men-Single or Double
vote from the league'seight ::foe with the series dating back to
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:: e I I Two Scmi-Annuol Rodeos .' heavy Wingtip brogues., plain toe, moccasin' style and.


Charter Memberships $6.50 per year
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After Nov. 1 1st, $7.50 Per Year m ;

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'r' K1RGHMEYER I Opaning Day of First Rodeo-Noy'ember i eJj

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Tarheels I I County Sportsmen's Group Plans Crack' Field SetFor j 14 Lettermen'47 Grid Return Drills Tomorrow as Stetson '





Rated Cream Of Rally at Orange Fishing: LodgePres. Card I Opens DELAND [AP] An advance guard of 50 candidates tor

Race football eleven will swing into the first of
Sportsmen'sAssn.
Jim Conley of the Orange County Stetson's 1947

announced that the annual fish barbecueof twice-daily workouts here at 9 a.m. Monday, Head CoachW.
yesterday

Promising Crop the association had tentatively been set for Oct. 23 at C. [Brady] Cowell announced yesterday.With NAS. scheduled

the Orange Fishing Lodge on Lake Apopka. HereSepl21 the first tilt against Jacksonville

I said the association's members would be guests Oct. 4. theplanned Hatter coach said he-
Conley
I ATLANTA. Ga. t UP! King Foot < double practice grinds the play this FalL Also lost to the
into the sports of the Florida Anglers Assn., sponsors of 32 experienced of
ball moves back fish With a field first week prior to opening squad are Center Dutch Funder-
with I 1 of the $50.000 cash prize hand for the barbecueand topranking -
limelight next week-end an to be on including many 22. and End Gordie Parker who :
entries school Sept. burk
scheduled to get under way fish. according alreadyon
card kicking off the rodeo the release of the drivers
eight-game out-of-town the first internships as
I during working on
time are
late this Fall. Johnson, exec- Sunday's Much
Stuart next
H. for
Southeast. to
in the final plans
1947 season hand. backfield instructors.
to education
devoted
Jr. of the week will be physical
from the training Pres. S. L. Cheek utive secretary of the sportsman'sgroup. car racing programat
Reports stock fundamentals. has tentatively added
line Stetson
Florida Anglers Assn., offered to Park will and
grounds indicate the behemothswill the Azalea Driving scrimmage climaxing Florida State University (Tallahassee -
the barbecue for the mem- will include with possibly a
elusive; provide The day's. program week by Racing
and
more
be beefier released this Cowell schedule for Oct.
of the county sportsmen's experts with be the week's work. to the
." iJj this time as the college grid squadshit bers demonstrations by Dir. Paul Bates. overly optimistic about 118. heretofore an open date, giving
\': the levels of pre-war compe- organization, Conley explained. I both gun and pistol, and with fly Stock cars and skeeters willcompete was not to
have
he will the Hatters nine games
FL L3: event rods. the material
O
Feature of the and bait casting 75-mile Program.
jJOHNNY tition again. in a what I the Hatter mentor
._ _.. traditional moans from will be release of a J5.000 bassa i Members of the Florida Anglers out and added that work with in carrying Assisting
The pointed
Bates will be a full nine game I will be Ben demons line coach
richest in the Ange- probably
staffs have drowned fish claimed to be the Assn.. headquartered in the program
the coaching break-down
I the that only 14 lettermen and Philip Clancy assistant to
DUPREE Lake Apopkaas will be eligible to compete dayor schedule saying
out the reports of preseason in the world-In bUt Hotel be available within a
Kinard secret operatives a phase of the day's activi- for the $50. $25. and $10 cash would were expected.He demons in line tutoring and Cow-
faces Jimmy Burke, conqueror. drills. but offered for the largest bass so. certain to miss End Ed ell in his backfield supervision. I
I are
.. i from around the SoutheasternConference I ties. prizes Stock car entries to date was

I V. confess that the going : Over 1,200 people are expectedI caught that day in Lake Apopka. Fireball Roberts Daytona Beach; Holden. in the Navy, Tackles Jim Fnsch holds the record :

will be rough and ready all DeLand; Glenn Duna- Conrad and Frank Barr and Backs Frankie !
Sheer.
TopsOn Red Wilbur Boyd and for playing in the most series
Scrap Charlotte Jim Winter
Burke-Dupree Schumann.
the line. Buddy
along and
way
Point Charles Wilson:: none of whom will games witb 50.
The early dope chart has Bernie Averages N. C.; Bill Blair High -- i

Moore's Louisiana State charges Major League N C.. Glen Allen. Atlanta: Jim- --

Am Vet Card TomorrowThe j touted as the the eleven Bengals to beat.will No be Day CMM Play1 I* Rtnrto I..... Day ....* Phonal 5*0. itNATIONAL LeweUen. Tacos Ga Bill Ga Snow-: BID t
doubt of it. I I I.i 'I LLAIUE'CLUI VATTINfiCtak Trice. Brunswick. ;

tough and resourceful but don'tsell c..... C I AS, R Is Sb SII Hr nl Sb Pot. C Ak II H Ik Sk Hr Itki M4*t:e k Pet.Rna1 .t 1. den. Mac Richardson and Paul f iffierWawi tI
Tl -
r'.A"
Red Drew at Alabama short. :N. v.u 1:11 CI TW: na; ! I3 | lt 63* 114 tl '.! M .JT1f St. Augustine.: Max French I
of Tommy Gomez, Tampa Frank : ("...ed 131 'US 3" I ,':3 1'1 tI In a-. s. .ni B kin 14131 m I'M SS 4i *.. Pappy Paul tI
ailing 7.1 I *
initial appearance Moving in for the 5.t... 1:11: 44 WI .U 1204 1:& 44 50 DI 3C .!:;. T.tk IK Ma III 1**1 It l U l 1M :J -6 Longwood: 1. B. Michael.

heavyweight who stands as the South's best white threatto Thomas last season. Drew finally ('1I1n.. IS. 4.iL 444 IIU 1_ 4 n'43 rt .! 'H.LMla 14 4TM 4..4 1 1:9"-3':54 114.57 II la7* a-:5 41$ 23!t .!!'I2' Sanborn. Cecil Dobson and Louie
at top "", ,." I1J eats 11! 11"3" 243,34: ii ni $5Pua. .!W .PI *Wf Ut 4454 4S .* Paul Boon
of four moving ars ** It
the title held by Joe Louis, and the showing got his gladiators 13. t.'IIr 141 1131 I"'U !IS cn 3 ..544Wa. ,Pin-IB. 141 .ra .I1 1:6' :!& 3i" -. .*Wrllieai Taylor Orlando I
n
However 1143 1-J 4J St 4
middleweight and light-heavyweight Florida speed late in the campaign. .... lU Hr! 444 1..3 H. 44 3f C., n .!U PhIL U7 talt 121 111 J IK J' M Mi II .:#1 Marietta Fla.
cracker-jack that's all water under the Sb L. 13* 431 SIJ H-l US 4S "t41C'1; 13* 4S44 41J Skeeter entries included the

boxers the 34-round boxing card on tap tomorrow the Crimson LEIUICLUS P5(4.0144CI. of Casselberry.
shapes up dam this year-and AMPICA44 LtiiTiciiJs FIELDIsscau NATIONAL Millikan brothers
"0.
night at Legion Arena.Temple - -- Tide with Heaving Harry Gilmer a .0 a I 0. pc.r. .... l4'IT14 c .0( .n A I IK DP l>3 .ftt George Tidd, Orlando; Jimmy I
boxing I be overlooked :,!' v.s 13' :lAMI 1391 n UI ..I'rl..el. 8..17- .250 Turk
AmVet form can't 1381 III 11 Arnold
Mason. back at top ..... 13. 3M' n.. 93 131 .,'s It IjmiM IJt J'l311 *. Thomas. Preston
promoter said Gomez would referee Winter rhtl.delpbi. U. un IU lit 142 ..In110I1. niwinn.ll 14V IT 34"' MIT JilT 1 W:4 1-IJ** ..s fPI & Atkins. Sam Furnarri and John
double League ... __ IK :SfciT lllf 11. 14* ..sP. : Ph.1s4i4p95.137W
eig t-round. southern lomerrnce Rich
the two Ip in the : ahTk 131 J'I\ 144 13:% 1.1lia Fortenberry. Cocoa; Mac
i Leii .. 134 3UI 14117 13* .475bi.i I ..TJ .
main-go events. whileVllbu everyone has labelled CarlSnavely's ( .__ 13' 3XW 11 13* 143 .154 ('II..... 1S. :tMI 1414 133. 1.Ia 114 : ardson. H. R. Munuci. St. Augustine I

Stokes of Orlando. former South- University; of North' V.'ahtrgt.o 13* ass: H, 124 11113t .'71 \_ .lock. 1\11'K: 3554 31M ..UI13 1JVI: 'US J.Tripi. "'* .571 four entries from the HotRod
I 141 1!4AMERICAN .Ia' $453.
1S5
t era middleweight king would handle Carolina powerhouse as the class Jet..I\ -- ThOu lIIu-J-l
the three six-round l preliminary Opens Tuesday of the 16-club whirligig. With I NATIONAL'LEACUC INDIVIDUAL additional entries from Cocoa and t

; matches on the card. Choo" Justice : t
Charley "Choo ''' ll..CUI INDIVIDUAL. I 445540. RECOItOSIS St. Augustine.
I Prime interest of local swat fans and \\alt Pupa around and re- '! CATTING IIICOilDSIS Sr N.... c... will start at 2 ,
I Nrril" PS. The program 1U
c.. S As S H 2t SIt
will Ns .
fans Sr PI.yr.C5Ib
of diamond-ball
: centers In the meeting Jimmy Orlando serves five deep all over the hrbI Ps.R.itt. 11 It 7 I 0 11 liS announced.
PIayr.CIwb S AN I II n n *.1.. ,Boo'''' It It p.m., it was
: Burke. the 164-pounder from West i see the first night softball in its Tar Heels will take a lot of _." Pet. Ii 24 I 1 5 S 2 .175 ".1..... .... L1"I.I.del..a I IGO
Pain Beach and Johnny Dupree history when the Winter Softball beating. n.n.. a. T. J' 44 1 14 I I J ta ..254WIll. 1:13: 411 11 574 24 IS 1 3. .ut Sensational Hew $16.10 '.
.._. __ 131 46! LII 1.54:1t: i 55 H .233: I F. '' The
168. Tampa. in the top-billed League opens its season Tuesdayat However Duke North Carolina P4t.. 151. I. 34 ti S U 4 4 5 1 .::133kC.107. :;. 14 1S1 25 f. 5" 2 Z U .It? State Hunting

eight-rounder. Burke last Monday I I Exposition Park. State and William and Mary don't ) PhIL 1" 41 Ie 14 21 S 1 11 .*:sIl.A. P........ F"IIL N 13i II U 7 J 0 It .:rl' NOW ONLY }
knocked out Billy Kinard. the There will be twin bills on dead ._ 14._ tI Sf 1 U 1 I S ..321Wilis. '.;.... Skim 40 III 24 34 5 1 2 SI ..10.1. -.:' o DEAR
and S
figure to roll over play 4 fa .sn 11' U 2 4 3i ,III
0""'''. I'" In n its 11 ... 45..4a.. tTh 3n 511
Sanford Sockeroo who had gone I Tuesday and Thursday of each for anyone. The battle for laurelsin ...! 27 fights without knockout. He week. lid-litters getting under way. Southern will be fierce. ('.... 1"2' 21 124 It 1 1t ..231P4.5 : .i..r. Bkmo It S34 U III 22 3 4 II ..32134.d.kk. gw TIRE i
at the ,. B._ 133 344 41 17'I 7 .. as .225 I!..L .i M. 15 3" 1" 4 4 71 ..111W. 6.00x16
rates as one of the classiest ring- at 7.45 p.m., second games The cream of the opening week- hl Out 45 4* 7 74 IS .534.I1. c..._. SY t.SC 11 1t11 1 Ie 101 ..351P23451
ters to show here in several 9 p.m. end clashes shapes up at Oxford. :: 13u.A* In :342 .5 142 !: : : 72 :.237 !. 545145 us 549 05 I" Sl I J' 14 .30* 47 Set I 34% More NONSKIDMileage
is well i entered in the 151 445 347 .314 I "I,,". PI".. US 355 1.) I.I C n 355 .3.2:
months while Dupree Four teams are Miss.. where Kentucky and Ole =:-w,:: 54 % ;: 35 n : : ; 314 "_tlrl. ....1.. 1:11: 451 181 I.. 74 I 23 lIT .347 i2&"M i
known. to ring fans as a fistic loop. Hill's Hardware. managedby Miss meet head-on next Saturdayin 5443355. Shk. 11 In 1\ 14? :4 5 5 45 :111: I ".....;. R5... n. In SI 344' 55 I N 17 ..5'Sa'IIev. '5NX..l to T.95! S.,rH3 ,"' ->'Sorl'
mixer. I John Long; Moses'Pharmacy mad,_ Wall. "U 4 U 1 5 I .... ; Bk178 131 44.3 11 544 J1 1 s 1.1 ..345r.I45. TAlLAHASSEE-Ben C. Morgan Stronger Cord Body /4/I
a grudge fight. VS 141 n I 12 71 ..5'Sl4gis U 111:11 I II 37 .544
3kQsns. 53. T. ISI 44 1',11I. .103 sn 1
Back of the Dupree-Burke scrapis managed by Bert Voorhees; New- Wally Butts sends his Trippi- < CNI. _. 34 183 24 M P 4 S 24 .poS: "n.L, *1. I. 131 511 111II 1\1 :4 I. 11 .S ..704515z. State Game and Fresh Water Wider. Hatter Tread I

another eig -rounder with mad Insurance. managed by Wally Georgia Bulldogs into the _.. :so Y. S11s1 2S III I I IS .!t05DtJllllilft' S. T. 103 3513 11 U'J I 44 In .3'lS Fish Commissioner revealed yes- i
promise of action. Johnny North. I and Stroud Rexall Drug. less !03.1 U. tll Ii U. 11 I I U .m ......11. ItL I. 40 774' II II 1 I SJ sal: licenses will Improved Shoulder 'V L1'
Ornberg; arena at Athens. Ga.. in a night R..III.. CI'. 50 74 5 1 2 I I 4 .!9! SI.n"1." ,c.r. J3I 51s 15l' 5 35 09 .!'JII terday that hunting ;,
Frostproof middleweight with a ; manager by Jim \ underlich.In Friday against Furman. HftO....... s. T. 11 551 101 UI >3 11 15 II .!91W. I E..nIt. 1UI.b. 11' 411 tit 1t J3 S P 13 .!'JII be refused 47' persons this year Design I I $
punch. is game .... 117... 42451? 7 47.591! 70 4 r tI 1t"J I Is
devastating right-hand Tuesday's inaugural doubleheader offers :>T ::11&01. 55545 592 IiU 40 Jill have been convicted -
,
Joe Smith. a'' Another night contest 3'0,5. ( .',. 207 sa 34. 111I 1. 2 I" .::11E ,..ib." $. n.1'IL .81 1111 51 5% 111 I 13 II ..2'SP.51544. because they Goodyear Gins You Morel! 4
paired off against Stroud is host to the Newman Alabama against Mississippi'Southern ,: _.... Det"II _1M 395 51 111:1 4 In..745 "471. 352 4'S 14 11 54 S 7 113 .'. of game. law violations during

Jacksonville middleweight who de- '' nine and in the nightcap : at Birmingham Satur- raiL rbIL IU.IS U 11.t 5 I II ..201L.lsd.I1 ....1...,..... 0Ii. 62112 111 U"1 1 116.593 the current closed season.
cisloned Rene Cantero. capable Moses. S. T. 113 .17 4* IS It 1 I.. .29 II 5.9%_. 111117. n. 557 11' 1.1: U 5 1 I" .,. in this LET'S TRADE TIRESTODAY
i Hill entertains I -.. S. Y..t TS 25. .a T. JJ: 2 II !Ie .29* 54,4... PIIoiL 1S.a 64 344 JJ I S :r. ..795Cs' "State laws are clear
Tampan here recently. day.Other tangles Saturday send ".1.. BOS I'" 1101 17& 00 la& U 1 J. n :54 !.... r3'74R. 133.a 7* II' 25 T U it ..513p.7k. respect. Morgan explained. "and ;.
six-rounders on the 15, 355 U U 13 I I IS ..21'II. 'II 51 .:U
The three "Si5.rkI4. 51,4 .. (3s1.i. 11CI 64 1S5 111 not to be
match between Moses Presbyterian against Clemson. : .,.. Dot..II .U' 4'4" 14 121 n I I" ..513IPN4I. N.T. n.n 13 77 4 I .11 .:'2 specify that licenses are ; .
card. headed by a JayCees, I Elon against Davidson Randolph w..... 323 444 S4 15 71 S 13 02 ..292rsi. 5950.05'1551.04551U 11 It 11. 1" 1 1 34 .!!': issued to persons found guilty of
Baby Joe DIa%. 131. Cuba and Richmond. New- ... PIIII&. iso JJe Ie .3 U 5 4 ;3s .!":I 59.. PhIl1. sa 11 I U 2 5 2 II .'1R..U. law violations for the open !

Andy Anderson. 133. Jacksonville i Meet in Finale :Macon against :::: .. ;: s:; 3: ; J; f : :; ::; .. (is. p. 15 U In 21 S 514! .!I'R' game following the
University of next
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events. berry against the N. v.t ...,... 1'1.... 50 311I tI 54 1. I I 2 I .1S1V. game season :
support the two spotlighted South Carolina and the Quanti- ......... :So T. 131543 7414025 5 : 15 .:" Md.r&ot. "' time of their conviction. LIBERAL ALLOWANCE ,
The JayCee and Moses Phar- 5.gs..S..D.t UI1: 24 4413 0 534.574 113 534 III 15 12 S s 3a .!tI1 t
macy nines clash tomorrow at 8p.m. co Marines against Washington KolI....,.. r.... lit 1M 40 310 U :3 1 J1 ..rIW7. 5.",',-I... 8..ITa 13. UI it U5J C 11 It .!II Recently the commission FOR YOUR OLD TIRES : :

Post Office Cops \ at Exposition Park's No. 1 and Lee. ],I.8ft.......Wa'. ti 145 I It 4 S 2 12 ..572P.swui _.IL Ikt'I ..1..2" au 51 .1 I11 54 111 I 2 S 4 1 :IiI I. .29.!nR. adopted a State-wide Nov. 20 S (Prices reduced 10 Va% on all 'k ( t.

diamond in the third and deciding The eight openers on the Inaugural 4. ltC U 44. I 2 N 13.554ss I.a..u..... {'"Illd.. Ski.mo..1:1:31 443 51 JIt: i7 Z 1.1 .!a1 : to Jan. 5 deer season for 1947- popular tizes. Other sizes also 'k ?i J'

Commercial Crown battle for the Class B softball program offer a fine "' Demril .3 1S3 U II It 1 4 It .:71T 0stL. S..os 54 In 52 43 5 0 1 n ..23KI94s. 48. however hunting days within at new low prices,) .
else 3as.$. lU 54: U In 22 1%' 7 n ..572i..e Pi... 44 244 n III: 5. I 4 It ..34TK.,45.
The Poet Office nine shellacked championship of Orlando. sampling ith everybody ,.. (::1.... _us till 11 131 :20 4 .54 a ..2739I.J7sA 7S.... u..a tt: tIS 2! 5 24 i3 .!.: the season vary in the differ- NEW TIRES DESERVE NEW TUBES
1 swinging into action the next 1. 1113.. 17. C31 41 JU U 4 4 04 ..2721tkA9U. ....,. N. T. 11. JU It 131 It I 4 tI .!.: ent conservation districts.In .
Bumby Hardware at Exposition billiards week-end in what has been con c.1IL. 41133 II 4213 4 20.272 ,,.1.11_ ('n,!. II1'OW"! 179 21 4 3 S3I .212ESSASMI. llllflmil= ss: "
Park Friday 8 to 1, as they won \ The Spaniards Introduced intercol- I _..., CI,,. 40 II 7 II J 2 1 J1 ..251sbI.s + ST 43: iii 4 75 4 ..' 4 II .!III the Third District shooting
.. into the u.s. in colonial fidently termed the best N. T. J 4 .770 .... ... -56 1" 54 I 15 .e .2' day the
the championship of the Commercial ,, I : : : ill ;: :: ; : 1 f :.270rn.t {"g. 2 13. will be allowed every in
legiate grid warfare since 1941. 9 DII. EM.t.: Pfl51S.! 1:1'" 44 130 U I 11 41 .2.
Softball League days. ,. .. 59 .735341 IS 111 11 4 2451 ..250P1aIhts week; in the Second. and Fifth iisi OUR jEisy
-- -- I Datreil. ..... IT 101 21 .3 It S t1 ..241L4pi5 5.75490 It..L 13'1 CM 14 IS' 15 1. I 11 ..2755.s. Districts Mondays Wednesdaysand

Cl.I&.d 51 111 I 53 1 0 0 It .!I' _.... 515.. lIS 3a SI lit n I 4 S' .25. will be closed whilein
.. 132.n 44 13. IT 15 U .2eS (1'5III 72:33 sa 15 II 9 S 12 .27' Fridays
1".I.. U' 471 13 J:4:: J5 S 4 t7 .tIS _55,4.__. (*1. 144 444 ::111.. 15 I 5 n ..571Mnr. the First and Fourth Districts STOP IN -:-
," \ 1" la .1 IIII 5 It 34 ..1U'Rln. .. 43. I. III 412 31 US It 1 1 il ..774Wv',49444. -
will be prohibited on
.... P..iL. It II S3 117 11 I 2 U .!lS'PUlall' PIotL II..M 12 lit 1. 3 I'* .!is hunting ::
l ", $05.. 111' 44 111 15 I It .!t.P'uJJQ. _.... ('III. "III 24 M I 4 I" ..273r.s Mondays. Tuesdays and Wednes- OUR
(13999 133.11 5. 13' :5 11 2 t5 .:U X. T. 111 214 41 1" J' 5 $ 1459. PlIlIL 1M l\t Sf .1 11 1 1 J1 ..2605d&rIs. 8ertll. .. nl_ 21 n 1 5 I" .!.'
: CI... n III 45 II S 1% n .:5' WI.b. P1st. 1" 445 51 111 15 I 11 14 ..267r. days of hunting will be

-=--- : 'I.t1n.t44.c1.' ,. it's 1.1 11 ItS 11 13 ..ssoH4414j _.. S.T.- __ .. ... allowed at the start of the season.
If It 7 23 1 t 4 5,534 h .
I I 3153)1. .1..1..1 .i 13. M. II :I 12 oW 'w.llk.I.
sell.,.. Cl.,. 13. 4I 44 111 2 11 5. .557 ) .. Bk!.. U 15 11 90 1 4 S .!I: Turkey season will be the same
I ..,"-. *1. I. US7t 1ft IT 71 II .234: 1.55.5,539. 13 70. as is 4 S I I. .343 as the deer season In the First.
5.1........ ST ass ass .7 14 I' S I II .2>> ) ........tl. SkI n 1M 31 44 1 1 5 SS ..343Ja4045. Second and Fourth Districts but
;LeIlMt. III. I. ..U. 431 512025 5 443.233 4I54. H3 1113 tI Jt1 II S I 15 .:a.
I Cole... !!It. I. $2 la I. rl i S:5 .!U (...*: N. T. 13 115 !II 1U1 2 11 11 .!U will run from Nov. 20 to Feb. 1
4.3.., 52 245 22 53 .0 4 4 13 :,5s6Sud4kh .7a. _.... .135 454 .tlUIt I 4 It .!A3 in the Third and Fifth Districts.
45. 1. 323454 $211221 $24 33Heiu I PIt.. 11Ii! 65 t1 II :I 24 TI .!l1 shot
53514455454
I .. Ck'o.' lIS 113 tI 2 t I I 4 It .23! 51.1945. I'M!.. 1. IIi It It t 2 1 4 .54$4..S Quail andtfquirrel may be
Lsss y. S.'. .126 484 aA UI 0 15 U .211 ........ JIt PI J1 1" 71 I 5.. ..24"Garuto from Nov. 20 to Feb. 1 in all
k.45.dy. .45'1. _. 06 Jis:: 3' 11 J. J 4 3.%>1 >.. "' .1.. $4 154 15 II 5 2 s U .!W Third where
the ,
.. districts except
.. 51 I S t It .251
"9113 3394y53 : 131 1. ... P4.54. 4552' U 311 4 413.235
I 5999. CNka. .. .1 an 51 11 11 I 1 JI .255 !Z..I.'" ..'. l5sc. 113 414 M lt1 17 t. 2 Ii .n_ I the closing date is set for Feb.

15.4.11. ...tt.. 45 1M 11 44 I 4 lt ..USR..II.
I' LCAKUC PITC"I"IF PIta. J11 45 14 1115 2" 4 t tC ..237S1iuII 15.Dove inch out
( ,. 0....... .. .._, .... 0>1. 74 !.4 U JJ 1. I lf ..2nr.u. j season. Dec. 3 to Jan. 31. One wheel only a half Tee-Jn FREEof
PIIIW.CI' 'II" Ik S. Ct W L Pet. ... K.s54. U Ul 17 U I 1 S 11 .25? will be the same in all districts sideways
i aOOlu..... OiL It 74 7$ J3 SI 4 4 1 .*WDivtlck. Ta',.. Bllln'CI" Dade. Broward and Monroe of line drags your car AcijllstJlten-
Phil. t 41 11 2* 14 1 4 1. M..... ... 8-L M 41 41 JT S3 4 1 .MlGtlBpm. S.T. 53 II! 11 JII I S I U ..257Man. : Counties where it is set from 87 feet in every mile.* .YUl .00i
N. T. IJ M .t t I -4 2 4 1 .. etxa. 25. T .14 1U HJ T4 73 12 13Kurki I .1M "9.111.15. P331. 3. 53 I II 5 I S 1 .233 tires and make your Wheel
>. Y. It.. .j SI 4t t tO 3 .IM "..laitJl.: 7i,1L 1" 95. U 74 iS 1 1. II :54 Marsh hen season is the same in Wheel
I >...... 51... 75125111 4t M 630 .n. Ad._. C..5.. .t 1.1 S. 14 II 1 2 IT .U' all districts. Sept 15 to Nov. 20. easier by having our klan3-
: MC&5*.. PblL it lit ISt M! M t It 4 .71. : *..1_. 8 limo JI 67 I 11 I 1 S I ..2S'11..11II7. I and coot season will wheels to
5545594. N.1. 31 213 IM 111 lit 14 IT 1 II 1117. 13331 43534 tl I 345.352 Duck goose Specialist set your per wheelweight
UobMO. Bottom it 1S 11. tt tl 12 It 7 .194' MU1. ('i.... _JU'" II 1:8 20 2 II $3 .25% i be the same in all districts. Dec. extra
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Chsnd1. N.I, .It 123 M 3* 41 IS t I .It: fl.dI.y hll. .1 243 17 14 0 I S II .231PITCHINS i 8 I to Jan.\ 6. with hunting permitted proper toe-in NOW.
Fll.. Cln. _Jf lii 1S3 Itt 1T1 It IIr I .141
.... 1'i. Tort 51 iso Itt 44 14 14Uvoa s .M ..2155(4Pi.CIsb every day.. L m ,U] II I 1 I-
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YEARS OF EXPERIENCE PAY OFF I Orlando, Florida, September 1 14, 1947 chf irun&uj rttinrl-g'Iar Page 11 j jt. jy

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Fishermen Told Dark of Moon L I

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1 Best Time to Get Good Results Open Friday In


. I, JOHN, ALDEN .KNIGHT \

'N ted Sportsman, Author ond Creator of Solunor Tables]

_, This is by way of being a reminder. The Government Central Florida J JThe

i astronomers who know about such things, tell us that the : .

1 September new moon "dark curtain goes up this c mg
or of the.moon"
occurs on I
\ t I 4 71ei I week-end on the 1947 Florida Jnterscholastic -

Sunday, Sept. 14, at 19 hours and 28 minutes. That's gridiron seeen .' 4th
.
another way of saying 7:28 p.m., standard time. I want to J. a :smattering of opening-round

remind the fishermen who read these line that the dark of the moon football games listed for playlin

Is for them an Important time of the month.In 7 IIi' the five conferences boasting

the good old days when there was such a thing as legal mar- r w 1'' j members within the Central Florida -
area:
ket hunting in this country. the gentry who earned their livelihood An overwhelming of
percentage

in that: fashion: kept careful check _ _ _ > : t..L the teams contending for bOns
the times of the ..' :
on monthly 34if ____ L in these fast circuits will howet t,
1 phases of the moon. Without SOLUNAR TABLES : make their seasonal debut a

- doubt these men knew a great from Friday night.

deal about the habits of game According to the Solunar And still a few elevens wjU

e and fish. The very nature of tables calculated for this area save their opening.round ToHey V

their occupation made them keen of the State. the best times : : I until the following -*tarly*,

i observers. for hunting and fishing will : L:4 Ins on Oct. 3.Here's .

Lore of the woods fields andS be as foUows with Major *
waters. was accumulated as the periods Indicating the best c :..... [.!i.f..W9J; [' 7.i>Wj:; :l" .>;< : .;;' ;S....': mt'i. h..J ,.w;... ;w.7.. !..' ...'..r'f:.,,. '. 4' <'. a round-up of the early
I ; starters billed to see action tfai}
I years passed and handed down time and Minor periods the WILL DEFEND 1946 CROWN: Here's the 1947 I title-winners on the squad. First row, left to right, -Our[ Own Staff Photo: Powers. week-end conference-by-cenfe-:

from father to son. generation next best hours: Tavares High School football squad, which for the are Lamar Andersen Lowell Weaver, Kenneth euce: r -

after generation. One of the Minor AJH.Maj. Minor PJVI.Day Mai.. I past two years has dominated play in the fast Central Sloan, Paul McCormick, William Wade. Secondrow. Jenkins John Arrington, Robert liston, Criarles Biff Ten Conference: Seven

commonest bits of knowledge was Today 5:35: -. 6:00: 12:05 I Florida Conference. Coach Joe Jenkins' current Bo Averitt, Dale Coven, Billy Davis, Billy Breedlove, Fred Smith, Harold Holland, Herbert games involving eight of the 11

this game is more active and Monday 6:25: 12:35 6:50: 1:00 I defending .champions cpen their season Oct. Kelly, Horace Kilgore, Junior Campbell, Wilbur Hawthorne, Charles Dees, Howard Wade, James play conference this week.teams are billed -for.

easier to find and fish are more ruesday1:10 1:20 7:35: 1:40 3 at Cocoa, with only a few members of lost year'sI. Stone, Roy Staton, John Barnhill. Third row: Coachf Conner, Hoyt Maynor, assistant ccach.:; Andrew Jackson of Miami, defending -
readily caught during the dark Wednes. 7:50 2:00: 8:15: 2:25 I. '., -
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of the moon than at any other Thurs. 8:35: 2:45 9:00: 3:10 I. 'I
I against Fort Lauderdale; Rot>$F%
) time of the month. Naturally. Friday 9:20 3:30: 9:45: 3:55 Tavares Defends Title in Fast Lee Rated E. Lee of Jacksonville meets Jf..

C they planned their big hunts andS Satur. 10:05: 4:15 10:30: 4:10'Sund'y > Six Teams Open Hillsborough Top ferson of Tampa at Tampa in tfeaionly

excursions for this period 10:50 5:05: 11:20 5:30

I fishing of peak activity. ta Maw 2 h........Iu.in duration... periaaa., are.StI5 shewn IVk m ; Central Florida Grid'Circuit I Teams in Big Ten Conference I. Jackson conference of Jacksonville game; Andrew will b$

S -A- black type. Miner (ee. .aacene nestl i host to Rule High of: Knoxvffie.

. The market hunter however. periods, shorter ........ tight type.was I Four of the 11 members i I the Central Florida Confer- Indian RiverConference I The Big Ten Conference. Florida's top-ranking scho- Term.; Julia Landon of Jackson:

not one to hand out secrets ence fielding football teams swing into action this week. lastic athletic circuit. swings into action for the 1947 season -. viLe entertains Lake City; Saiofi

and tricks of his trade promiscuously, No doubt he reasoned that the with all. the others except T'avares, defending champion : this week with Coach Crocket Farnell's Hillsborough Petersburg plays Tarpon Springs
the former's home field Ml. .
better his on ;
the
the less the other fellow knew. were
and
knew
more he seeing action next week. I Terriers of and Coach Warren Kirkman's Robert
Probably it Is for this reason that the Tampa :: ami Edison will be at home to
chances for continued success. Mount Dora takes on SGreater ;it. James of Orlando at the I Play E. Lee Generals of Jacksonville rated as the clubs to beat. 1 Gainesville and Hillsborough High

salutary effect that a new moon has on fish and game Is not common Orlando Stadium Friday(0------------- I ; Coach Roy French's Andrea ____ ___ ___n_ __ ; of Tampa meets Plant City. in
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. knowledge among the sportsmen' today. night while Winter Garden j Tampa in another non-conferoo
But the fact remains that the three days. beginning with the an ancient rivalry with Ocoeeon renews -' be back: at Umatilla: Tom Ganna- [Tr:, :' fT c, xi.iy r q! -.- r"<"}f' Jackson eleven of Miami Ls defending here recently rated as strong con- tilt.

.. should !. relli at St. Cloud; Howard Beckert! COCOA Two of the six teamsin champion of the circuit tenders for the title back of Hills-
arrival of new moon and Immediately following it, are. or be. the latter's field under the nosing out Hillsborough's bid fora Central Florida Conference: Ta.
at Apop&a: ; Hugo Miller Winter the Indian River Conferenceget and the Plant eleven
boroufh Lee.
in the life of With sort of: arcs Saturday.Two vares, loop champions for the
the monthly high spots any sportsman. any second consecutive title on the past
, Park; Jim Mobley. Winter Garden their 1947 football season off and Miami Edison's Red Raiders.
favorable break In weather conditions these three days will give you coaching: changes have conference system of ratings. two years. waits until Oct. 3-ta
Ed Stack Clermont and Ed
; to flying start Friday night as The
a II a Big Ten schedules; I
been made in the circuit with uhile two, conference
absolute in : Jimmie Hushes coach of the open. games
3 the tops sport. [Spec Jones at St. James of Or- Titusville plays host to the Orlando I *
". Legend and folk lore should notbe, regarded too lightly. These Ollie Barker. Rollins College lando. High School JayVees and I Plant Panthers of Tampa and this week-end breaks the ice for

1 I old-time rules and beliefs generally are not. recorded in literature. graduate replacing John Abbott I Lyman High of Longwood. 12th George McClelland's Cocoa Indians president of the conference has LEE [Jacksonville] the 11-member circuit.
at Ocoee and Floyd Jaeggrr takIng '
; indicated that West Palm Beach
a You cant Just go to your public library and look them up as, you over the reins at Mount I school in the circuit will not fielda invade Kissimmee in non- (Coach Warren Kirkham) Coach Floyd Ju prs' Mount!:

, would a rule of mathematics: or a law of physics.: Instead. they are Dora from Bob Hall long a figure team. conference tilts. I i this which year plays-Orlando.three Big St.Ten Petersburg foes- Sept.Sept. IB 26-0.1.0.-Jefferson (there.Tampa), there. Dora eleven comes to Greater-
,
t passed along by word of mouth. This means that they have stood in Central Florida coaching I Coaches and officials of the New coaches make their appearance -i I and Lee will into Oct 3-Kdison Miami there. Orlando Stadium Friday night 1,
at Titusville and Eau Gallie i come Oct. Jackson, (Miami there to meet Coach Ed [Specs] Jones; *
circles. loop wil meet at the Tavares High
test of time. !
t the i the fold in 1948 as the circuit's12th Oct IT-Opea.
I The two schools probably hit School Auditorium at 7:30 pjn. where Woody Darden and Duke : I I Oct. 24-Miami Senior High. home. St. James Panthers 'while.
member.
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t the hardest by graduation in the Monday at which time football Greenich fill the respective posts. Oct. 31-West Palm Beach there.NOT. Friday night Coach Jim Mob';
at the Solunar Tables will! show that during the I Greenich is a University of Mississippi The coaches at a meeting held Biltsborouih iTampa home. I ley's Winter Garden Red Devils
I A glance you loop are Tavares and Groveland schedules will be completed and I 1 Na*. 1*-Landon 1.1..'. home.
S dark of the moon the major periods occur at'noon and at midnight' one-two finishers last year. Joe : plans for the annual meeting and graduate and former i & I I No*... 21-Open, tangle with Coach OIlie Barker*, .

, and the*minor periods in the early morning and late evening. A Jenkins again heads the Tavares i basketball and baseball campaignswill member of the Chicago Bears. i ORLANDOCoach r No 27-Jackson IJ.sl. home. I Ocore Cardinals in a night( con-i;

. great many men believe that fish and game do not feed and move staff while Shaw Buck continuesat be taken up. I Eau Gallie returns to the gridiron I ( Paul 0 NeUSept > EDISON [Miami] test at Ocoee. All the other team ,
. I 1 circles with a five-game 20-Lee Uacuonville), hem Coach Dick Barresi ) open next week.
about freely under the warm sun of mid-day. For the majority Groveland. Jimmy Hobbs wUlWINTER The schedules' of all schools: j schedule that will be played on Oct. 3--Plant City. home., i Sept. 2O-GaincsTille. home. I ,
. the days of each month that .be entirely true but of may .beUe\"e J
the opponents' fields due to lack. Oct. 16-Andrew Jackson ('Miami there. Oct. 3-Lee (Jax). home. I
me when I tell you that it is not true at the time of new moon. ;I! GARDEN' APOPKA I of a lighted field. I Ort. 24-at. Pelertburt. tbere. Oct. 10-Landon (Jan) there. : Coach Bill Ferraza's Ke&
Oct. HiUsborouyh Tampa. home.Nov. Oct. 11--5.t1n Petersoan. there. terlinus Yellow Jackets of 1c.
: That isn't merely a casual statement based only on general obser- Coach JiM Motley) 'C'b l a. M. Seekers I Vero Eeach is the defending: 7-West Palm Beach home. Oct. 23: -Jefterson (Tampai. home. I
vations. It can and has been proved. Sept. 19-.Ocore. there. Sept. 28- !S:': James home. champion but has since joined the No*. 14-Jefferson. Tampa*. home. Oct. 30-Jackson Miami). home. Augustine 1945 champtoisc, &\
. Sept. 28-St. Cloud. home.Oct. ,! Ge!. :3-G-" eland homeOct. No. Clearwatcr.! home.No Ne*. Jackson. (Jax. there I\ off to an early start by travettns
wishing to learn something of the effects of the 10 Gulfstream Conference. Otherteams .
, Some years ago 3-Open. -Winter Park. hone.Oct 37-Lakeland there. See. Rtilsborouah; Tampa), there.NOT.
Oct. 10 (jmatiUa, home. .17-Mount Dora there. in the circuit include to Live Oak Friday for a neb-
now 21 Opea.NOT.
dark of the fishing I made it a point to gather all incidental ; LANDON (Uax] -
moon
I on .
Oct. l1-Tnar. Ih re. Oct. 34-Opn. Stuart. Melbourne and Okeecho- 2'I-'la..1' Senior Hlah, home. \ conference tilt to open a 1&%
each record that In the Oct. 24-a-o>elsn1. there .. Oct. 31-Ocore. home. '
f data surrounding catch was reported newspapers Coach Barney Searcr) JACKSON [Miami] game slate while Coach Jtst
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Oct. :n-1ot. Park tbere NOT. 7-UmatiUa there, Sept. IB-Lake. Cltr. home.
or the outdoor magazines. Often,this was not easy to do and j Nov. Cleinont. home. K... 14-at. Cloud. home. be.Available schedules: Sept. tayetteviUe.: .. N. C. home. Coach Roy French [Specs Martin's' DeLand Bulldogs : -?

toget: some of the necessary .information, rwiuired' ; No*.. 14-Open. .. S.v. 21-1'uar...there. Oct. 3--Plant tTampa). there. ; Sept. 1-- Fon Lauderdale. home. pry the lid off a nine-gam,
No* 2LO0en. :Sow.Lah"le. tameST ..
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i TITUSVILLE Oct. 10-Edison Miami home. Sept. 27-Te Hi-b internAl, ho. .
onsideta.ble'.ior-I'
response and a good deal of nosing'around'and No, 28-Apopka. there.MOUNTDORA. CLOUD Oct. l1-L.lIel.ncL: home. Oct. 2-Jackson (Jaxt. home. schedule. with another non-cmr-
Gradually over a period of three or. four' years. { : fCoarh Wood D. rden>. Oct. 23-Wast Fulton (Atlanta home. Oct. 10-Lee Jax). home. ference foe. St. Leo Academy at
Sept. 19! OrlBndpB" Hem* I.
I (Qoach Tom J. aanoareatt) Oct. 3!-Andrew Jackson 1.1..1. !lOBI'. Oct. 11--Ot'1.ndo. home.
accumulate full information on perhaps two hundred< record catches.| (Coach Floyd: .3cc leers) S.... 27-Winter 0....... there. Sept. 21--O....< Sept. 1.-.Sa nt Jatira. there. Got 3--Winter Park. home. Oct. 3-Ss'ahreeze. Uicra.Ort. NOT. 14-Lee (JacksoaTille home.NOT. Oct. 30-Edison i.Miami) home.
These were of all sorts an4 varied from single large fish to phenome-j. Sept. 2&-W.bat..r. here. D4*. 1*-dersoont. home. 10-Ore*. 21-Johnson City Tenn. home. I. No*. O-Lend.a (IJax) there. other members of the
nal catches of smaller fish-such things as 17 muskies 'in the space of Oct. 3-O oee. here Odt1-Open.Oct. Oct.. -17-Opcn.Oct. SAINT PETERSBURGCoach Ne*. 13-Ponce de Leon (Miami home. I league open a week from Friday -
there.
Oct. 10-7Iu., there.Oct. 2tTavar.s. he-Be 24-Melbourne .
Ne* 20-Miami Senior( Hiab home
two hours or ISO brook trout from a Maine lake In mid-July. Then. n-" >Op".. here.Oct. Ocv 31--Me'boiune home. Oct. 31--Ci..tstoB. there. John > I save for Coach Bus Dun-
.... ....... No.. 7 Oorn.No Sextaneot. HILLSBOROUGHCoach
set 24-Eus.is, there. 7--X.se: there. ?, 19 Tarpon Sprints home. lop's Seabreeze Sand Crabs of
the data collected. I about tabulating i it. This is the result: Oct. 31-Opei. !ICeI&.APDt>ka. there. *. ItInu.rhom... -
H.... S' No*. 21-Mount Dora there. Sept. 26--West Palm Beach there. ( Crocket FarneH Daytona Beach who wait'until
, Oroieland.. there. '" 21-Umatilla home. Oct.: Hlllsboreiuh tampa). home. Sept. 19-Piant City hone
N... :II 27 NOT. 24-Cocoa. home. Oct. 3 to against Titus-
14-Clermont. there.NOT. "V. <'oee. there.TAVARES open
Oct. 10-.a. Oct. 3-Saint Petersbun. there.
. Almost 15 per cent of these record catches wire taken.. In the 21-Tltiuvilie. here.WINTER .
COCOACokch Oct. 17-Edison: (Miami), homt. Oct.: 10-Jackson usa). home. ville.
three-day dark-of-the-moon time of the month during the mid-day I PARK Oct. 24--0rl.nclo. home.Oct. Oct. 17-Jefferson, (Tamoai., home.
: (Coach Joe Jenkins) George McCleUand) : 31-Plant Tampa there. Oct. 24-Miaou Beach bees Indian River Conference: Coach
major Solunar Periods. i (Coach Biuo Muter) -Oct. 5-Coa. there. Sept. i*-.Klsalmm.bert.. No*. 1-L.it..l.nd. thera.No Oct. 31-Orlando. there.
, There you have it. Figures don't lie. So when- you are making. Sept. 2(-Clermont. here. Oct. 10-Mount DOM. borne. Scot. 2/ -Open. *. 14-Florida Military Academy Ne.' 7-Lee Jax.) there. Woody Darden's Titusville eleven
Oct. :3-St. Cloud there. Oet. IT-Winter Garden home. Oct. 3-T acer,e. home. home. NOT. 14-Edison Miami). home. and Coach George Me Uand'5
for 14. 15 make them with the help of Oct. 10.-Apopka.. tbe... Q4I$. 34-Sit. Cloud there. ,. .
your plans Sept. or 16. your j Oc 10-LtBelle. home. No' 21-Jefferson (Tampa). home. No* 21 J-akelaad.: there.
Oct. Kissimmee.. here. Oti. 31-Cttrmoyt.. there.XSJP. Oct. l1-Melbol1.De. horn NOT. 27-Clear*ater. there. ;I No*. 27 :Plant Tampa; ), home. Cocoa Indiana are down for schedule .
to' the
Solunar Tables, being sure take full advantage of mid-day 1 Oct. 24-Umatilla. here. 7-Ocoee. here Oct. 24-St. joe of St. Ausustlnt, there. openers Friday. TituirtUe
major Solunar Periods. If you eo bass fishing you will find the big I Oct. 31-Winter Garden here. t NIIW. 14-Orvvemr.-'. here.KOT. Oct. 31_Ea.. Gall.. home. LAKELANDCoach i j PLANT Tampa[ ]
meets Coach Ed: Waite's Oriaado
Na*. 7-Melbourne, there II-Apopka, h rNor. -. N.... 7--Okrechobe*. b...... < Ken Hojt. ) (Coach Jimmy Hushes
fish in the shallows, ready and'willing to take surf ace.lures. Be on Na*. 14-Sanford. there. 29--Umati'la th'e.CLERt.'OT. Nov. 14-Vero Beach there.NOT. Sept. I- Open. !I 5' IIt. 28-Jesuit Tampa). home. 1 High "B- squad at TitucvaUe.
the job In good bass water during those Solunar Periods. otherwise Ne. 21-Ocoee.. there. 21-Stuart. there.NOT. Sept. 2*-Edison OO.mD. there. Oct.: 3-Landon (Jaxi. home. i i while Cocoa travels to KtMimmtc
NOT. 21-8t there. .
James .
2&-Tltus..U. there. o.t..orl.do., home.Oct. .
3 <) :
you will miss the best fishing of the day and. probably.of the entire ST. JAMES Coa-h n Stark: MELBOURNECoach Oct.Oct. 10--Jefferson p.n. (Tampa home. 17-Jackson (Jan. there. for a non-conference tussle with
month. Sap* ss.-.w'e ,'as, there. Oct. IT-Landon 1.I.sthert.. Oct. 24-Tarpon Sprint tbere. I John Colombo's Kissimmee {Cowboys
Coach Ed Specs) Jones) Oct. 3-CmM-"v: l.br.: Rick Gillcspic) Oct. 24-Jackson (Miamii. home. Oct.: 31-Saiiu Petersburghome..
Sept. 1 -Ml Dora, here. 10-$t c'd. Sept. 25: -Orlando JaiVcei. home. Oct. 31-Plant City .there. No*. Jefferson Tampa), home. Friday night.
Sept. 2 -Apopka. there. Oct.! 17.-Grove ."d. there. Oct. 3-Eau Oallie. home. No*. 7-S.mt Petersbun, home. No. 14.-Lekitaud there. I Rick Gillespie's Melbourne
Oct. 3-Opea. Old. 24Otoeborne.. Oct. 10-Vero Beach tome No.. 14-Plant! Tampa home. No.. 21-Open.No .
Haines City Defends Honors In Oct. -St. Paula St. Pete), here Oct. 3!-Tejarcs. home. Oct. 17-Cocoa. there. NOT. 21.-Hillsbor.uia Tampa), home. *. 27-H.tn. oroucb (Tampa). home. I squad opens a week from Than
Oct 17-Umatilla. there. NO.. 7-Wia er Garden there. Oct. 24-TttiUTiEe. homt. ho.. 20-Orlando. home.. day against Orlando's Tiger
.
Oct. 24 Open. NeT. 14-afoont Dora home, ANDREW JACKSON [Jax]
Oct. 31 Cloud. there. I
Oct. 31-Open.MOT. Ko. 36-Gra* la IMI. home.OCOEE No*. 7 WlBter. Park home. JEFFERSON [Tampa ] I ISppt. Coach Hankie Hackles) Cubs" and Duke Greenleh's Can

t -Team Chase -Si. Josephs St. "'uaJ. there. No. Okeerhobec.. tber,. ((Coach Dick Spote) !!,pt. 19-Rule High. KnoxiHe. home.Sept. Gallic eleven opens Oct. 3
Ridge. League
NOT. 15-Open. No. 21-Ft. Pierce home.Ke IS-'Lee 1.I.sl. ho..... 25- Jefferson (Tampa. borne. against Melbourne.
No' *. 23-St. Lone (W P.B.), h.... .Coach OUie Barker ... 2 -Smart home. Sept. 26-Jackson: (Jax). there Oct. 2-Andrew Jackson (Miaou" there.
[1recioI to The Sundov Sentinel-Starl Nov. 24-Winter Park.: here. Sept19 -Lakcviw. home 4 I EAU GALLIECoach Oct. Clearwatcr.. there. Oct. KUUboroush Tampa) there. Ridge Conference: Cea*h Jomfiny -
UMATILLA Sept 3-tYtpst7lts. home Oct. ll-La".laad. home. Oct. 16-Plant Tease home. I Edison's Haines City Horatts
SEBRING-The 10-team Ridge Conference football Oct. 3-Mt 0.".a. tbere. ( Duke Orecnich) Oct.: HiUsBoroueh Tampa). home. I Oct. 24--01>cD.I .
(Coach James C Hobbs) Oct. 11-Grov eland. there. Oct.Meibourne.. there.Oct. Oct. 24-Edison: (Miami), there.Oct. Oct. 31-Landon (Jan Jacksonville, defending champions of the 14-
season Rets1 under way this coming weekend with Coach Sept. 20-Ocoee. there. Oot. is-Open date. .j. 10-Vera Beach there. 30-Jestut Tampa). home.NOT. No.. $Idisen (Miami home.No member league wait oattt St.
Edison's Haines Hornets cham- Oct. Clermont.. there. I Oct. 24-CJeruont. there. Oct. IS-Tttn TlUe. there 7-Plant (Tampai.. borne.NOT. >> I *. 13-Toune Huh (Knex.ill*). home. 26 to open but. one ooolereace
Johnny City as defending up.
Oct. 10-Winter Garden, there.Oct. Oct. 31-Apopka. there. Oct. 31-Cocoa, there 14-Orlando.- there. N... 21-Mainland Dattonat. there.
17-St. James. home. N... 7-T avare.. home. ho*. 14-Smart, there. NOT. 21-Saint Petersburgthera.. No*. 27-Lee IJ.s'. ....lDe. I game and two games intjtviiig
fions. Oct. 24-Winter Park there. non-conference foes
of the ten 1946 coaches will be back at their posts J Oct. 31-Grovel.nd. home. for are on tap
N... Apopka.. home. Friday.
this year with Lester Woods No. 14-Euitis, home. I Coach Lester Wood's Aa.i .
Auburndale. and Fred Comparato. No*. 21_ Cloud. there ECFC Third Grid
Season burndale Bloodhounds
far officials employed In conference No. 26-Taiares. home. Opens i tangle

Frostproof Frank S.the McLaughlin new mentors.Lake. games 1 GROVELANDtOoaeh I I with In the Frostproof one conference at Frostproof game.

Wales Ilich School principal and Member teams are Haines City.i Shaw, Buck:)
president of the conference announced Kissimmee. Ft. Meade. Frostproof. Oct.Sept. 3>-A-.Bmhnfll.opka. there.there. [Spe cl ta; T: ? ?j .-, Sen' rSror! ] I role as an official of the conference i pions of the circuit, and rate aslone of conference rules. I Friday The Kisiimmee night at Kowboys Klssimme open

following a meeting .' Lake Wales. Mulberry. Sebring. I I Oct. 1O.-Oroee. home. NEW SMYRNA BEACH and as secretary of the East of the teams **t. beat" for Only one newcomer makes his against Vero Beach and
Bill
Auburndale. Kathleen and Avon Oct. 17-Clermoot. home Coaches and officials of the East I the title this confer..
loop officials last week that Central Florida Officials Assru..be year. debut as a coach with the
I Oct. 24- 'Winter Garden home. Stephens' Sebring Blue Streaks
Harden Williams. 5 e1t riD I I. Park. Oct. 31-Umattlla. there.Nov. Central Florida Conference met :I the clearing for i ence this year. George I Jock
agency bookingof New Smyrna Beach's eleven won I go to Vero Beach this week to
1 here
Mount Dora home. yesterday morning to
would serve at booking agentMULBERRY Conference schedules: I N... 14--TaTarea. there. fect final plans for the opening per. grid officials for conference the* title in 1945. the loop's first Sutherland former University of: open their seasonal flag chase.
A & NOT. 26-Clermont. there.Mainland games. Florida athlete. takes over at''
of the eight-team circuit's gridiron I year of operation when post- Leesburg in lieu of Ed Bruner. All i
First Canadian
I HAINES CITY I crick mat****
season this week-end. Coach Bill Frrrazzi's Kette-
season investigation ruled Bolles I\ seven of the other 1946 coachesare i
Coach N. D. Raines) Ceach John EdlseaJSaet. Sec.-Treasi H. A. Schutiger of linus Yellow Jackets they School of were played between Tsroato and
Jacksonville out of the back at their respective
..... t$-A,, ,,",d.". Herne, !, Hamilton teams in 1835.
: Oft. 3-Bartaiv. .h.... 3I-Srbrirs. there. : BucsPlaylOGames the conference. principal of the dropped the nickname Mullets 1 championship and out of the con I i schools.
.
Ort 1C-Haiswe Cltr. ...... Oct.. 10 I--Kathleen"" ..")'. bane.Oct. there.Oct. local high school will in his dualEUTJS this year-are defending chamKETTERLINUS ference because of an infraction: I 1 Conference schedules:
Ore 17-Lake Wales. horn. .. ......
rsrk. I
IT A en -A- -A-
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Oev 14 .. '''.r. Oct. S4-Winter H.... bo... x' 70(" ')t"
OrUOP' Ott. 3iAuhurodsIe. there.KOT. .
Nav T-Ae. Park, there.Hee. I 7_Ft M...... home. 'Circuit Name Elects
Officers
i3-.Ksth..a. Lakeland.I Changes
He.. ll-pt. Meade. homt.i MOT, )Kl'sunmee.., home.. (Coach Ed BoeH) Saint Ausustine) ,

1 i M*.. ) -A4m. rsrresat, there. NOT, S tt-r.OItp.e_._' ..*e Wet...there.Jier. there. Sept. 2ft--DeLand. home; (Coach Bill ".nus!) [Spe. ol .o TS.nicv! < ft;.. .-?' S. :r' I I tary-treasurer.. Julian Stenstrom
.._ ..,
I Oee t-Pra ( heretantaUT Oct. 3-& _. home.
f FROSTPROOF AUBURNDALE II [Special to The ?> 'visy: ) ent! rv'-Starl' Oct. Seahreeae.. there > Sept.Sept. 1 24-Live Saint Oak.aisle there.(JsiX there. DELAND-E. J. Long of Palatkawas i Sanford. was named conference. .".
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Oct. 17 Palatka. there. elected ; ,
president of the East
Ceach. M'ter Weeds) I DAYTONA BEACH Veteran Oct. 3-New Smyrna' Beach home. I
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;i Coach Fred Cemparate) Oe:. 34-Mount Dort. home. .... Florida I reporter. .
aep, Auburndale.. .. .._.. .Sent l._.rf-tnroof. there.Sept. Coach Spike Welshinger of the Oct. 31-Leesbnrc. there. Oct. Io-Bt.rh.l1-DeLaa4. Conference. formerly I I 1 of the conference
.*... U-Artadia. Uwr*. 2..Uulberr), there.Ott. Mainland High School Buccaneers. NOT 1-N. Smyrna home.Nov. Oct.. 24-open. nome.Oct. known as the East Central Florida The renaming IIAT/D1
Oct. 3-4.brti.. home, S-.A... Park. hone.Oct. 14-Umatilla. there.
I Oct. 31-Sanford, home. Conference here yesterday at a :h was made at yesterday's meeting.
i Ort lo-PI.I>r.I&" home. one of the most respected 21 home. *
Kov at. Autuitioe.
1O-.Ktsewwes. horn -
.. We CQV ir THE
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No Fletcher 1.1. Beach). there.NOT.
I i of
Oct. IT-One*. Oct. il-Srhrint' there.Oet. teams along the Florida East I| 14 Seabreeze Daytona). home. meeting of the circuit's coaches At the same time a majority ..

Oct. t_MoBitralla, there. .. 14-Oa.a.Oct. home.NOT. Coast from St. Augustine to West I NEW SMYRNA BEACH' NOT. 21--Eustis. there. and directors. I I coaches present expressed their Aheele a ead.5 erpeoUom ......
VL Ji-It.UlIee. howe.H. Jl-Haines City NOT. 2ft-Palatka. home. J. B. Martin. DeLand. was selected I belief that Ketterlinus of St. Augustine "'e t..J'-- a.meow -"'r.Qe .- !
... I-Jrudes. there. --I.k. Wales there. Palm Beach will tie into a rough Coach; Bill Coweaj .....
u. Stataa 4VBT ae
*' .*, 14...A tea Perk there. "... 14-Port M..... there.NOT. schedule here week I j for the vice president post I I defending football champions w
10-game a Sept, 26-lUmlsud Daytona :Beach PALATKACoach ------y->p.o.p-.0.
.. '
fca*, 11_Helnae Ctt/ nan)*. JI-lUulmm.. 110. dura. and H. A. Schubiger of New Smyrna would again rule the favored .. .,
eerndeee L. .d
i
SM*a* -
.. 26--lt.U'I. home. from Friday night. sow
II-h.. U a .. tlura Me* ( Eddie Lens) .
Oct. 3-St. AvcnaUne; there, Beach was retained as secre- eleven for the coming season. quick seems tkru.a Joca' aitMse or aa.enclhag
: LAKE WALES SEBRING : The Bucs. members of the Oet 14-Leeibure. home. Sept. 28-BunnelL howe berpeye-wpe she we --.w. hond w

C.ortheast C S.t>t J$-FX ".ad.. .kom*. Sent. -Ver. Beeen, there. I New Beach here I Oct.! :BumneU. )\ome. Oct.Oct. 27---Custis.: home. -we the acx>eejt m ni.ted.mar .....
Oai. Jai. Ua. fearn Bent. 2ft-Hainea CUT. home.Oel against myrna Oct. 31-DeLand. _m.. Oct. 31 Starke. there.. hern.0.t.iy sew to-It.- the pehep
) Ckc4. IS-5.bnps. Uara. rroetareef.. there.Oct. Sept. 26. Their six home tames Nov. a Ensua. there. Ne*. Seabreeae.- .. there.NOT. of boo -....... ...y. Wend inMspNONt.
Oct. II-Unlbrrry. ,..... 10-Lake Wales, home include a skirmish with Andrew NOT. U--s.nfonl. there.fcoT. 14"-Fletcher. home. --
OrJtA..... Perk, thart. Oct. 17-Ayaaraaele. heeae.Ort I II 21-Pal.'ta. home.So ) ... 21.-New ....n... there.KOT. .
Ort )U-KttaMBtaa, ham. J4-Mulberr .... Jackson of Jacksonville here ,. 2aS .arecse, tpcre. 2$-St. Aiunstina. there. See aee.w." New liewetee""',_
If- -.IM..I.&.. hews. Oct. 31-Pert aftaea, then.Her. N'6V. 21 in a Kiwanis Club charity ihe hew r-... Pei.j heowe-.,
fe! .. 14-w..... Haven there. 6--1t.'I..... at Lakeland.MOT. SANFORDCoach
( ....... game. DELANDCoach
tIps. Si.-Piaeer.el. hew._ 2*-Aeon Park. I wtrfi ot varrTHI
Met. 2ft-Halna CM*. b_.. AVON PARK ( Coos Kettles) J. B. Specs, ) Martin)
The schedule:
KISSIMMEEfC'MeIl *pt. I -Open. Sept. 20 St. Le. home AUSTATIAOIMT
Sept. 21-1IIe. Samoa Beach home. -
Coach Id Carter) $
,. there. bop t. GaiacaTiBc. home. Sept. 26-Ktutu: there,. M YOU IO A UAK
Oct. Oainenille. (
Aoeurodale there. .
John Celemao) Oct. Oc( 3-Esets. tbere.Pet. /,,
Palatka. there.Oct. (
Sot. iO-Cer... ....... Oet. )G--KnthInsn. ...... Oct. Pwtcher (Jax Beach). home. 10-DeLand. tbere. Oct.. '10-Saniord. .om. ( STOU IUILDeNG.Orteedo .
aept. M-&. a...... name.. Oct. 17_Uainea City there. Ort. 17-LiTe Oak.: there. Oct. -New, 8m1'.... home. Oct. 17 St. AueustinW. 1ha.,'. '
.. Oct. 24 Lake Wales It_.. I Oct. 24-West Palm Beach 1Ieme.I -
Oct. ,
>- Leesnurc. 11 0$ 24-P. M. A. name.OcV Oct. 2r Seabreeae. home.
I
Oct Oct. 31 Open.Nee. I Oct. 31-Ocala. there. >
II-PrMtpreot. there.Oct. 31-at Atuttstine there.
11 Winter Park th.r.. 7_Mulberry home. NOT. Tallahassee, home. NOT. 7 Open. )Oct31 i.oIMIL-New Smyrna there STOCK GAR RAGE Ill N. Oracle Aye. Mil
.. frostproof. b_.. H... 14-Lake City. home. ..
Oet. 14 Opaat.Oet N. 14- N. 14--Winter Park. home.Nav. I _..
11-Lake We lee. there. NOT, 2t-W..cbllla. therq.He. NOT. 21-Jackson (Jax'. home.NOT. l-i-Seaiea, .*)me. No*. 1t--Lee..IU. there. TaMpa. Mt Florida Ave. -_ MHtS
.... .. there. 2 --DeLand. there. Na*. ItOIMILIII reterskwf, MS N. tils .. 1-4U4
,- *t a-... home.Me 26--&b.lal. KOY. 2$-Leeib'ir t. fi.. 29 Daytona l"aiaJaBIU.LEESBURG I 1
*. 14-Halnea City, there Dec. S..Pen U..... here. Azalea Driving Park ..>On Mil Speedway 1 I Jacksmville. S3] W. FcrsTtk *L.X-41U
.... 21-.d.. ... there. NEW ASSIGNMENT SEABREEZEDan
5.... u-o...., FORT MEADE CASSELBERRY FLA. Miami IB* Bisca,.. Br*.. N 1Ja
Ceach Robert P.. Weaver) UNIVERSITY. Miss. Jimmy Bach (Coach Oeorae Sutherland) ,
KATHLEENCoach a.... -open.Oct. Clark. 240-pound right tackle who (cw.. 8. Qunlop. .
Sept. Wildwood. home, 75 MILES OF THRILLS I. Y TE&i
( .. 3-Lake Walea there.O
U Te nsead> returned last spring from 27 Oct. TuusTille.. home. Oct. 3-Kiwunme.*. taeratOct.
.. 'Oat.a'pC 3-_Halar.Kiaslmmee Cat,tbare.there () t.t. 35.-Ohes.1K.UolI.be.... !. month of Army duty, will handle Oct. 1 -Kuitls, haice.Oel. .. 1-New Smyrna.. there.Oct. SEPT. 21st 2 P.M. COMPANIESOIOAMUO
i
17 Seabrees there
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home.Oev
On.Avo.. Park, there. Ort. >*..Open. ;kickoff chores for the Rebs this li-Lersherl IY SIAIS lOftUCX 4 CO,
c:.... ...... .. Or 31 ....... koie. I :2e-OeLauc,1. there.Oct. Oct.: 24-Banow. home. I ADMISSION $1.25
1'1'Ue" -
TRIALS
\ |MHS> : FREE TIME
J No 7_names City there.Her. :;sason. Clark. rated a fine pro 31-Opea. Oct. 31- -Kustta. home me llioeie .......... u. OMew.Ches.e. .. '
*
.oees.0c 14-Aaeurnaaie. name, prospect lettered in 44. He. takes :Nov." 6--Palette. home.NOT. NOT. I-Orals.: there.NOT. CHlLDaEN'\'XDEa It TREE .wISh__ hah.be.w d.e
31--Ftoatproef. there. SEPT. 20-24 P.M. ..
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14 DeLand. home. I frow She
there perew
j 14-St. Aaguatine. t rnperem
I j
there.
Ma 11 Muiberry.
1
-o ariae. heme. Nee. iover for Ray Poole. last year's Not. 21-Opee.
I Mo*. :l1--S.aford. there.Boy.
heal. 1
Ia--
Me 1
14-Malberrr. home.Me j Nee. | All-SEC end. .:.Beach hem. So,. 26 Sanlerd. home.
*, a*-Awarndale.. there. I Dee. ..-..._ Park kern. team captain and 26-lie amjrrna


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I 20e line day DR. RNFRT-W1 accept pupils mcle. u 12 E. stallation. Florida Pipe 4c SupplyCo. I naa. I| and ltU. .al used .
Consecutive
a orchestration.etc. Cleaners. corner WELL DRILLING-We specialize in : 10 ColonL .. framed $: baby Machinery
for I' Rdle.o <3O W. Church: phone_S118. i 18".t81 1 KIMSUL. The perfect isltn I tack P.r" c
minimum 3 lea 1824 Amherst St. Rosalind. P hone_2-10. I diameter deep well. 2", 2 Vi I BICYCPrec\ condltlol, bassinet with 8; Make your house conab 1 43O W. _ _ _
OVENS Heavy alumi cabinet. I
Advertiser aro nib ENROLL NOW FOR FALL cias> s in DREDGING tad water front work well I ladle. DU ..s. double door metal utility and Wit. K.Nebr. PAINTER 3 SUPPLIES -
u* im.atIJ o a"J er i. acrobatics ballet and ballroom boat houses and docks. Do on dIIC'f or ,' F, :BOAT-12 ft. factory built dutch oven. $ value. $19.95; baby bed 12.5. sme. W eu
putty
3 : pl"o.Bal.i. $5 49. Knox -
25
1 .iUl tap I Co" kf.
6. .l
tir a th Snt.-St Dance. need low land fills and a fine b : I Telephone 8215. I Phone E Pie i ex LAMP SHADES- -Parchment and paints. OM-
11
.p..bl fo eb Ph. 4093. & o I tug sandy beach which will drive WELL DRILLING-We are equip BRIDGE "Sampson." I 2-316. l'IE. N-Unfihe $ All sizes and styles. Johnson den's.n
snakes and mosauitosT ContactCorrect CA-Bl DESKS-New and used. Priced from lef t.ble.IU.I
in.r.. the tnon
drill shallow and deep
to Church.
start In The Orland lGH SOImpiet your 111 I Craft Inc.. Pine Castle "eU ,. I Spring sat 16.15. Frl I $95. 115 chairs vnfne inc Co.2 g. PUMPS .lr deep and shaBow
No 17.
A WatAd and are In : ft Construction Co..) 22465.ELECTRIC B.1 size Nothing up to 8 Icb. "atr pay. ture Co, W. S. 1 Co 390 Ford.. Oran.Bu1 A.e. each: LAWN MOWEBa and p..ropr.ted. weD pJe nothing down
prt American SChOOL T<*xts 40.0 t BAND SAW-36 in. motor with Beautyrest mattresses. Just receivedone Ter little nootb
both Sentinel "It te B
in The Ue Hee pr
and Pump A
SERVICEOnlyoutlet Drilling I 5. a.
Orlando Evening star on (T Wnlbed No classes. Diploma. 'e CLEANER Blal Garden it. Can be seen 1336 West I carload, S49.50; 5-plec dinetteset. .22. lu.I Well DrOUxtg Pomp .
Winter DRINKING
Hoover Route 3. FOUNTAIN Kelvlnator.
L I for genuine I .
Write par. SI t rnfi
Washington. floor sample. r.ul.r i Garden Rd.
date. bklet. Sho 139.5. all kinds-dimension rea Winter &
.
Ph. 7087. LUMBER a
service Orlando. Fla. automatic
For modern upkeep .
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Tampa. tbermotat Bum .
O. Box
Rad. of
$75.75. Mather I Ptxme
I !rhe Want-Ad Department open D.P. 49. only authorized Hoover service sta- WEBB DREDGING CO.-Now BICYCLE-26 inch. Balloon ties I by Hardware, 102 5 sonable. Slab and em. fine forsheds Orlo Vista. Orlando: 187.

from 8:30 am. 1 A p.I daily. K SHY P. MCKINNEY. new tion. Bumby Hdw.. 6104 or 2-1755. nently at 1024 good condiin Price. SIS. 12t I ROOM SUITE--Walnut. Call Church. P 2-3 I I chicken coops, feace. etc I POULTRY NLTIIWG-KIteBefl da
of prma-I L
wood
graduate loat DING
I 00 M. Also rake
only $15 hoe
Sunday from 9 13 mail reident Conservatory of Music C ELECTRIC RAZOR SEVIC- Lndfi bulkheads. N.bruk. A..ue. I Winter Park for appointment I $ .1 W a. dr
Deadline for Sunday Saturday barrels $1.50 and Economy
BARRELS Wood 55 gaL VI. a
good
: ; con- I to 3
lap eight or ten music pupt. Ten dollars Sbkk. Rmltn Sunb.m WHY FAINT? A steam cleaning Job SALE-we are offering I Washington St.iiiiiipgooss. I Street: phone
dition. Crop. 133 i FR'I t21.
.
DD one.haifhour i house will former Fr.t Tre.tll : and Monday :
.tok s
monthly r.zr on your rtor. COUCH-Practically new. today
It sl.
I You Can Place Your private piano lsn e1h1 and two I Mr. Olson San .Juan beauty. Restaurant let u W. Grant Ave. I DAVEO $45. Fors Hom.1 prv.t exquisite new sectional SUITE-2-piece pu

Want-Ad by Telephone one-hour music d.u Blm ELECTRIC RANGE REA24-hou anltary-lze your kitchen before the BOAT-Inboard with new V-8 en- I Building 7, Apt. 3. sofas. $59 50: used sofa with slip cover man. Can b seen. at 3 &Y.l!

I nets and children 8 to 14 arlc. Let an r. tourist season .tar. Pee _tat.. Ilne. IS ft. Plenty of speed too DEW ALT POWER SAWS Also Parks 1215 new Polrel 1947 model Avenue PUVPS. WILLS. WATER ITs
Dial 4161 Drive off Conway Road. and water heater at First S200 gets it. :
1323 Terrace pair your range J. W. Smith 91f. me. D planers. Mail box S9.5. now LUMBER-Building mt h.rd
I .a.s drls Lan rlur I : No payment
,
1999 8484.BATHINETTE ,
extra cost R. C. low
PATRICIA BRYANT Speech Studio. no Bofma. WELDING metal lathes. J. D. $59 50. ware New do CPle WlUtam Oakley.
AcetIen eectle Pe. I to pay.
radio Cornell Ave.. Winter an Aluminum frame. Uvery. 5754 Pin CasU Lumber I
in Pak lhne equipment ( Excellent Mount Dora 3753. Ph
Tr.uc dition. .p 52>W. Pr.ble Come In. look we can Hdw. 8. Oarland 13
10. Baby Sitters-Child Care P1blc .l. or aal. Pine CaU'V.retJ Works. .ondlUol Baby clothes. Ph I DOORS store fix- .rund a < ,
Enroll no. Coure. open Sept. 1 FLOOR SANDING-Finishinc. Spe ph. 2-1793. 1666 Westchester On.a i .sh c.blnt o Or positively save 60 fr on I LUNCH KITS-Thermo* thermos I

I BETTY HARRIS FLAT Ph. 2-4374 afternoons or evenmll. e.a Pentra-Seal treatent 20 LARGE PALMS heavy nor. f lsndo.re. :Industries..1SOO W. all m.rcb.ndl. Darning Auction falr Wyckoff .1. bay
SOl abrb ob Woc.f Sales Co.. 733 3 W. Church; 2-0156. before
Age* : Boon 9 U 1: 1: SCHOOL OP REAL ETAT prce' eaprel. Moer euipment. jects moved derck BICYCLE-Man's nearly new Shelby. I 2524 Plo.t .1 give
Delaney Dr. 5253. Prepare for Work luuant. Ucnd Pm Orlando Nurseries. Call *40. Also 14 kyak. 50. $1.95.
Broker 781. ft pl.0 DOOR KNOCKERS-Mail box plats FURNITURE Rug 9x12 oriental LUVEal.a1 8ut the largest trade in value yeur
BABY AND CHILD c. By day. Classes .ta Sept. : applctIn .rIe. Burt. 785. LEAKS. LEAKS. LEAKS-Anybody Phone 8516. and push plates Smyth ep,. good $15: matchingrug. e.1 Sal. 10 W. A.Ua: present Floor sample
week or hour. In my home. Excellent must be before that d.t FLOOR SANDING-FINISHING can fix them. But. everybody cant BBY CARRIAGE-Like new. Rea I Co. N. Orange Railroad. 3x5: metal cndItion.top table. 2 phone from (4ial JOB down ds
provided. 103 E. Harvard; retary at School all hours registration pert mechanics work guaranteed, 1128 West New Hamp- N.
find them. $1.35 Associated
find them.We Or&
ca. Ph 5718. I 4 chairs new $15: built-in IronIng tp. 8r 4
assistance; 139 E. Pin SUPh. established 1925. Orlando Floor Sur CCR.GcMon.rch pant LP RSJD'
,
9hflUe._ ._ I board. child' Ave. Phone
.326 6566.TLVIION. Co. 1809 N. Orange Ave dial PAINTERS AVAILABLE-Free esti cabinet $5; lnol Co. 2 J U
BA; tom loving care for duI f.en. m.te. Arnold Paint Store 40 'i BABY BED-Scales: .trol; smaH : Washington. desk. $3: overstuffed chair, $5. 510N. Pine. Phone 2.316. PI.o.b spinet style V. Wa-
playgrounds. D Electronics R.dlo : rttone 2.3186.PLUMBING wood burning chicken ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-Kelvl- Summerlln. I LIGHT PLANT-Delco and Delco b..nl. P MM. JOMBB BBT.

I week month. 702 E. Michigan; -. Approve for G.will I. train training.in Vet-the FURNITURE. Paul's REFINISHED.Repair Shop. 2611 upholstered. ni REPAIRED-BUI Kl I( brooder. 1109 W. Harvard. _____ I I nator. Can b seen 1026 22nd St. FURNITURE-Mew and VHe Pay I accessories-bulbs, radl a. iron 736 ..n vDle; "1pll S

CHI CAR by day. week or hour. South's newest and finest equipped Washington Dial 2-1168. E for prompt guaranteed BATH ROOM ctS EASY IRONER-.$75; 9 piece dining cash and save 10 to 2 cent, washing. machine. D l Winter 2O90.
YOW. large yard. Winter television laboratories. Skilled engineers S Phone 5039. Residence 1729 Grand. Chrome finish To.e b.rs soap I room suite. $75. See Monday at on your purchase. Bass FurnitureCo. Garden.LIVING PLYWOOD Waterproof fir. a'a

Park 812 MX. will personally supervise your FaSADL"G-iFl1H'G RUGS UPHOLSTERY: CLEANED dl.s. etc. Bumby ae. 102 :I 705 E. Amelia. i .. 625 W. Church St. Phone 5820. ROOM SUITE-Mahogany. I abl in <..i. 4x16 ftaxlt. u

CHILDREN: CARED FOR by hour. *. Part time jobs and housingarranged. ment portable Established Expert fast service. St. PANS Several FLOOR COVTRING-Congo-wall SOc I Tuxedo sofa slumber chair, 2- P COl Boat and Cut
day or week. Also 24-hour care.Supervised For appointment call ors 1935.: Skilled power. .It: licensed- workm.nh service. Ph BABYCARRIGEU. ECIC Dept- Bumby tp. per lineal foot printed linoleum barrel chair. 3 matched tables. love lion .: 2-2'
play veil balanced Mr. Pelham. Angebllt Hotel 9 Gu.rnt motprofl le" Il'i Church. S8c sq. yard also broadfelt. At Oliddens. seat, desk and chair green drape SPACE HEATERS $".
mea bonded: Stevens Floor Sur- Orlando 102 W. QUA
776 S. Winter .: 1 P. M.; 4:3O: P. M.; 8 P. M.Tuesday lnure. 2-299. lI..nte C. and panel Practically new I I or fuel ott. Kerosene
phone PIha. lark and Wednesday only. facing 6582. NEW LIFE for your rug. Cleaned B.\T-orret Craft outboard run ELECTRIC WATER HT 3 I or by Piee. 422 E. Gre. Bu ker.water with 38-gsHan
28.WOM with live stram Floor- Mahogany ..tr
I
CUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS In shamp. abut. fot tim and
V for with TUTORING-Coaching primary and King H.P. motor. Phone 40-ulon FLOOR FURNACES-Automatic PL-D1o 32 volt. D. galvanized hal $20. 1CZS CryStal
AIL .tUI stalled. Also sheet metal of master Rug Ce.ler. E water Bumby Hardware .a umr C
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410 grade children. Former te.cber.Oroup any ventilators .orl Ave. Phone 7833 Monday. 102 W. Church. bur& Price Installed. C.a 8 watt. $ I Lake A'enue.I
aUt1 individual rates. Reason kind ho Room. 717 W. 4. Orlando l L i miles
Magnolia __ or Ht ROOFING fctag-
__ Dlpl Ea -
Ph etc. Winter Park. 409 d. HUGHE Y'3 MODERN HOME repairs.Additions BAND SAW-Wood and with KLECTItICMOTORS-Plenty ofH.P. V
1 metl north graded road just West of: I
2-4374 after on
MOTHERS Win able. Ph P.m lando 2-OO77 night. Dunnagan Metal Walto lea. Color red bleed.
FOB WORKING roofing. Nothing down. or wtihout motor new. heavy duty washing machineand I Lawrence's Dairy on Curry Ford Iri.u
keep pre-school children all : Co.. 1006 W. Fairbanks. Winter Park. 36 months to pay. i desird Phone Phone 2-3871. pump motors McKinney Ma- Road. 8t blmd a a

P or others after schooL a : 16. Travel Information HOUSES WASHED by SteamLuxprocess 5026 for estimate. A .uaran Good condition. chine Works. 131 W. Kaley.ELECTRIC 1 1bUlr. or l.. Ph- R.
2-0155. Call teed. BICCE Bn. FLOOR FURNACES Automatic OH LUMBER-Dry framing: Sheathing: ing Co. 915 Dhl 8t .
AIR RESERVATIONS and tickets all House Washing lok. dlfeent. Sea 18. D.I 86. REFIGEATORNr. 7 price installed. C Jay Siding: Flooring; Finish. 5mn RANGES-Electric and A style
I lines. Sunniland Travel B ureau. 2-362. lt I BOAT- bottom carton 2 teml. W..tDwbou ft 717 East Lumber Co. N. Orange and .
J pl.o. f.
Notices Rlro.d. and model please every
I 11. Special Street. Phone 5301. us tell you .1. EUm.tu 30. Good Places to Eat_ R ,. 223 B.Ue Dl. Rm. & h
E. Pine HOUSES WASHED and E. .sn.ble.St. Appl view Hetplt. elber. 521 Lke MAIL BXRurl $2.25 and UP. wlf*. Price 1 t.get .0
J HAVANA. CUBA-All-expense tours. Srel WHEN PLANNING a banquet wedding Smyth Lumber they .
bore Oa.
.VC DAILY Spiritual r.dlu.. Lanler Travel Service. 30 E. pm windows. Look like jobs. birthday or dinner BAT CYPRESS 12 .' long ECC RANGE-Apartment size. GARDEN HOSE 25 and I Ct'l. Oranxe and Railroad. 608 U. *
.
M. Gr.ver. D-D. 512 Free estimates: work guaranteed.CaUAutrey6326 reepton. Good First Wyckoffs 2524 5 .I S.n1
Street. Phone Hotel. Long- Bad"ar. complete with Ph.
t Central. Phone 5837. 531. _ _ P.r. Lnl.o prices. skes It. 2005 eondltol.Jefferson.BOATS lL-1 197.5. lensC f.t. MATIRESSES-2 Slumber QueD 251.RFGf1
RIDE RESERVATION BUSES-Sunnuand I "SERVICE 13 for .U.I"SUon and lubL .v.r.1 pri. r.nl' twin size. Vau. line roll ***
ADVICE Psychic readings dallr. HOME General repairs Phone 2-3163. 11 e.c TJ .
Travel Bureau. 30 East -New and used. Also ELECTRIC STOVE-Norge. has ev Stores Co. 25 E. Pn. **
Phone 7088. 44 Vi W. New Windows 31. Good Things to Eat I boards and boat Will take good stoveOn BI- PRACTICALLY new Rro .
l Metl' Pine Street. Phone 5301. eonstcton equipment. New 14 I erything. gas GLIDERS-Cod spring base MOOR monthly riaillll -
Rev. Cherry.ANOTHER screens .d caalkle service. L.na cypress S85. 12 ft. cypress trade or sell outruht. Can fi- br4.i .t eupment 112. Call pl
Curc ft bats repellent S49.5O. ber Co. N. Oraaa
from
and Stetson -
TRANSPORTATION Ui
SHOW at e.ad bnde D1sw"U Ph._952.LWNMOv'REAm for sale. Orange Blossom and bait nance. 119 E. Concord Ave.ELECTRic c'er.. 4208 see Terae ..
F.r' Rauh University dally. Can I HON bat li. A b.t. h.v .elll I Furniture Co. 141 and 615 W. sal*.
car :
best grade
Pl Ave.. Conway. TOi Phone 26233. Also Florida (1ere Inform.to see Church St.GATE LAWN AND OAE SUPPLIES RUBE Rrf..
Guy. the only snoring stallion. stud.nt. honey I one pound glass Ul & SOI Av. and O.d i $ .WEIN lEE Lawn mower. h IPrlkl -
.
1 Lt high school perform- WE PRACTICE. WHAT WE PiC seler Co..2309 N. Orange Ave. labee F.1 and Ferran Eustis. Hiway. Call Winter Park : Company len. 138 West South Street. LEG TABL.New $20; plat eODplet h. 11 I phone 8024 fe laisemaileg.RADIOAtwater
TempaUon
trained horle. 2 -Our station Tour" .tend! MIRRORS RESILVERED 769R for roker. 16.95;; sr..rbt P.rlh Har..r Co.. 22 lnCa..
made to Fa. Orlsndo.
Ie f oh.r from now until Oct. 1st ; chairs, new $ : fot loker. 1195. H'I .
be at
and
P.m. Sun. order "ido.glazing .I.s. Orlando PEAR cokln canning. 301 N. S5. Bat I Whitmire MARINE EQUIPMENT h p. Ev seen
r Sept. 14. Any donation will be a Winter Tours 1eD Orlando Tae OlaS Mirr Wfcs : :241.W' __I Avenue. Telephone 20432.TURKEYSFinest BATES-Ouaranted.trle relalr.d. old batter Pro.tur. J6 I rude motor. 1946 model with 424 E. South 8t _
cepted. Lessons In horseback riding Agency. GAS ENGINE-Foose 1OO P. type
boat Trailer
and Batery Shop. J built 13 ft. hydro-plane
RENOVATED Most quality. Soc a ELECTRIC RANGES For Immediate Bn
lb R mVAC C
day for children and T 4 cylinder Western
every adut Poultry 17th and S Orange Blossom. vncal Included Ph. Call Chalet-Suzanne w
used
Our new phone number 2232'.AT 17. Hauling and Moving employingthe Fatt Farm 7564.1 delivery. .IWcatna K 5401. Supper Lake Wales.MOTOR er. for til* .
t most modern of equipment. SerIuln. 592. BATHROOM TILE In R Also one Cub. P.IIMI. n'r. .p
ALLIED VAN re-springing and Prematile. All colors. Low cos Electric cooking at Its best. Fast. 220 10 lVA. 61 wires. 60 R. BIKE-Roval Enfield. Can e.Used 3 ..U p .
LS IC.N.tln'l1.1.st on1 satisfactory way. Rus Mst- 32. Articles for Rent eat.tea Central Florida Sales. clean thrifty to use. You get volta current pb&e. generator be seen all day Sunday. Good con elesn. 1. 2-1o Me. 1.

PHOTRR- Storage 6t.WarehouseCo. tress .. 1122 W. : 2-2213. : dial 6546 _2231 I Deal in cool comfort with an elec associated accessories Ph .t. dition. 737 Spring DaIs Rd. Tues

SOo per rom Complete \e. .. for free elti.te on your lone OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our I FLOOR SANDERS New AmericanS BAT TUB-Used bath tub. !, r.o. nameless electric heat GAS RANGE-4-burner A B. porcelain MOTOR BIKE-For sale by owner. RUG-Green Bigetow, 1&2 U. e
pnD wit eD service guaranteed. Cheek with new edxer. Reasonable r.tea with trim. condition. cook not the cok. Bus 8. Hyer.
distance 61 W. Jackson : 1 good te table top: natural or butane: $100. $80. Can at Apopka Station.
I Wlel prtn 1ael St. Phone 2-3184. George Stuart. 1 S Main EX, Phone I C. R. Burke. 1805 S. Bumby. Call 4968BAN Call 3521. Apepka. RUG-Llama. black and wMtr

\ ete He'.P Shop. 18 r"naUoD AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT c 8158. I FLOOR SNDE AND EDGER: also. SAW-Delta. 1. hp. motor. Wile 3. WCO. Inc. 6 E Robi GARDEN 2-62. 50-foot lengths; I MEAT 8 ft. ...Ucor about 5x8. Bought in Peru. t.3
CAEs 6
and floor polisher.Wyckolfs 136. HOE aD w. Lyman Ave winter AM. I.
-Long distance Call PIE CUT and threaded 1 your spe I snder never used. Jenkins Furniture heavy Special your r.rk
r t D. mo. free Florida Hdw. 2524 luh 2-<821 Exchange: dial 2-3795. ceo but .pae
er Van and for Pip.8upp1' B & J Boone 2 weeks delvo. I
REVO'I e efa
et.te also local moving store Co.. 6 W. Church; pbo. 618. FLOOR SANDER-Edger and polisher. BED-Maple Jinny lAnd double. Including ELECTRIC Jackson. crer 18.IS'1 ltk 1/3 h.p. meat copr. wo U. Cal .

ALICE CARLIN-504 Florida B .. crating and &pll PIANO SERVICE H. T. Kitson. All new. Arnold Faint Store and m.ttres m.tal fast set utility TORBrak. sheets meat chopper, 105. SlicIngmachine. RUBBER TIRED and 10
.prl. : GYPSUM
I Building. Superfluous hair 1400 S. Division; ph. "98. piano he is 407 Orange. 2-3786. glider and .ab.net. BA2' $175. WH.
: tehl.I. aneunce S Wth ..terrof sets cabinet mahogany *
.prns. : corner ; secretary ter 11b. '
440 ready for heatr ud meta ee. We service any make of air conditioning Ic G
removed. now and
manently Ph DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone .I continue HOSPITAL BEDS Wheel chairs. mattress: mall. d.sk : sofa; beds; sewing Church .
7673. light moving and hauling to tune and service theraor' equipment: also chair; love seat 2 golf okf dresser and commercial reirisera.tion.
TRIPS from Mt. Dora to Sil ; piano oxygen upbolt.re chairs; drapes; oil stoves compressor counters 30"x6'
.
fr I BAT Spring through the beautiful every load Insured: reasonable rates. with the skill acquired through many ssles. Orlando OxVgen Service 12 Carclina bags 6 clubs. G conditon. priced : meta Blossom Trail at Hill and Wtma Refrigeration.Encineerin RIo lm. Rad J

I OUacaha Rnr. Wise Boat Works. FULFORD VAN & ST RAOSCO- years.Winter Office.Park. Phone 787 Antonett.. Ave.. C. Ph.18. n"h91. tow.Place.CaU 2-1092 POIC. D Leon St.ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic con Pdun'a. Phone 8230.* 1313 Eaupen' C. 10lraph FeJmanD.e. o a 8
.
phone 3223. It. Dora. Fia. W.nt part loads or loads to TYPEWRITERS makes aL adding trol; Proctor; Orlando. sal*. Rbt Ku .. (31 H01sn.
GET YOUR LIVE Shrimp at Henry's or en route Sept. 20 PIANO TUNING and repalrin Quality machines by week month BIU.FOLD&-Leather. Values up to Bumby Unnrol 102 W. S.mID. GAS AND OH .
T East end of Eao Gallic Bridge. Phone 5286 for estimate.. 131 workmanship at reasonable price Offire Equipment Exchange. 87.50. now 81. Final clearance.Herman's Price installed.EPAC. BAT. MATERNITY DRESSES-Six* 14. 2 RADIOS-Crosley and Fada.
Per Fully susrsnteedCaU Corona .. 22O S. Main St.: 8850. Loan Office. 27 W. Church. dressy. S cotn.All lIke new. Call CO.
motors and We keep MaiI 53.Asat play Room. East Washington. model
t and table
'ackl. A"I
full 1 '
Bu ed Store for ELECTRIC GAS AND A Ir-
1. ml for ocean I.bn.Clean Local moving; .nlce. I'TOOL RENTAL-Paint sprayers; at BREAKFAST SET-Table and 4 matte water hea OI. auW -HO. Bumby Hardware. 12 .
) ..rnbl wek or tOLB'catlnc. packing. PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central saws; bench-saws power ; cbar.84O. Magic Chef gas stove. led. C. Jay Display In.ta. MIMEOGRAPH Speed-O-Print likenew. Church.WRIGERATORWUtIOe.Se4I.
ltr.le. A .
Lou Plumbing & Heating Co., B.let. Only used two months, Somesupplies
Henry.HARMONY it N.Bryan. concrete mixer camp stove. $8. .
l Lone bottle
mOt bUlr
14. 717 East RANGES City or .
for l-cnl GAS -
Dl. D "uimen' IU and stylus Ixcellent -
Day 2-2236. Night 7538. Tool RenUU 100 complete with 2 WaatlECC
CNV ANT home. Moving. 506 8.Dial 496 I you. bd waist high broiler. Walter J. WI 4483. leuded C condition. 1642 Tetpea.
K
1 bridge with 4
Good Washington. set .
732.TEWRrRTA 132.5. .halr electrical supplies sine f
LONG DISTANCE MOVING
fo. Reasonable A PLUMBING rocking chairs. ORDER11 H-P mo e. 11 MEAT GRINDER-1W HP. Enter RECORDING comBtrt
c_. Jura I cbal. rate. Packing crating IATONH.r Special 11. w1ke 22 sos OU. "W
q 2757 Ptban Av.Phone 925. Winter pint. Moving Storle lalov Co Plumbl Snke Wit Pat monbl. Cu.rrl. r.t.Cel $49 0:5. h miss this saving. H r GARAGE DOOR OPENEsuW prise.. Call P.etc new. ReasonablePrice. "rao.. SO equipment. A 1\men.cv

r Park_ _ _ 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. fI8-) Stua 1 8 BOAT-Correct Craft runabout with Dept.. Roebuck Co.. matic. You can OpD maker. Inaulr at GJ Grocery.
1 Slenderizing; also for EMPTY N. Y. points St.. phone 8158. 45 h.p. Ore,motr. Also matched doors without ever c METAL POLISH-Blue Rbb. cream
returning ELECTRIC *. tch.ne.m. i' Intercession City.
WSAGB new _
VA PAINT trailer new t MOTOR-Dlta. metal polish for .. etc. P.RDIoPHo"O1
and Arthritis Gilbert's. ESTIMATES Color .
; en Return load suggestions. DO THE WORK tr.s euip h Smyth Lumber Co adR.lro.d. br.
Belt hacksaw Ora.
\ Rot .. p.: ;
1206 W. Tale; 2-2818. Ladles only. 243 W. 60th.renc. Re.bl. painters rome our under YOUE. meet like of thl for Telephone aander p.er 35c and up. Knox Store e 25 E OmbSBattn.
r.te. United N I euh. Will consider boat with 2.31.ECC Pine. Phone TelenhoM
At wth abut rt.
)URL P ASpltU1 Circle de. 61. Gldden'l.PATG9I costs very little. Smith Lumber outboard motor as trade-in. Can roast GAS RANGE-Tappan deluxe: kitchen 2-316. 5 -
rom. ceiling .n N. Orange and Railroad. seen Amherst R. b. TAE. ion cabinet mahogany 1r. room MATTRESS Fall size: lo clean: 278.REIOEATR
S p m. 2613 E. Washington St. 19. Services Offered "a 11. OIL Low Phone Ap.rmenu Store. 10 W. cbttn.'air table. 1432 W. -> ABC ticking; Pc$ SIS E. U.
23. Articles for Sale 45.CMEAA1 Cbarh. Lexington Ave.
Helfand. 2.4287.PAINTINOFapcrbanglng. 186 MII..a Witr Parl
longer responsible .tno. I I
am no Memo 35 with GAS RANGE-""Grand. white porcelain
NOTCI debt other than my 0.1 ACES and electric wel. B, experienced F 45 m.. 1/200th ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR for Im- finish. Standard size nowa'aa.b. 1 MEDICINE CABINETS-Wall and insert RING-Uin'i xlrcon Hamilton wr
Pwaln Bartlett. on men. Best of letber ca. at Bumby 102 type Many designs select wat 3 evening gown.
macbn pup I" m t
second
reerwu speed. Excellent Now Bud.u.
; Call 4626. Price ft tIY. meat deUnr. you can 1'an 75 up. Ih : baby strwUer
longer responsible r.d L B So. like 627 E. frO. 1 an lnol 8tr. rmn.
NOTCEI am no aluminum and brass easting. MeKtaney ARM BUILDINGS new. Rob.nsn Ave. fe.ture you need In Cbuch .. 25 Phone type. 1515 Conway R
other than my own. Stewart Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. FAINTING-Paperhanging. Qualitr CAN OPXNERS-'Dazey" wall handsome compact unit. 400 Ib*. o REFRIGERATOR lanu.c E Pn. -31)
R. Clapper. materials craftsmen. Immediate At Pine Castle. Eight (8)( of them! Jr. S1.29: ST. $1.79: deluxe I tsp.Fe fresh food capacity. 1 eu ft. R tured. Servel EI"tolul. NORGE CIRCULATING OIL RT RUOS.-.On. each. 6x9 (xlO and
ANTIQUES BEAv Natural serwce. bonded. 9724. Can had for SI 150 as where I for everything. cellent ; immedi Heats 8 rooms- 3 lvi. 9x12. WhlttaU WUton rag and 1i
NOT RESPONSIBLE for UCMed Ph i guarantee S2.2S. Knox StoresCo. 20 Ibs 12 )
b .
contracts of any debt.ch.da woods prsned. latural finishes Free etm.ts. they These Include 2 ware- .. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2 freezer locker space. 6 ft. Large ately. 1202 W. Smith: 2-4158. room suite: 115. ttto pad* Original cost $4JS. .
o knd ohe tha I praised but win seR Ibr
restored. 1122 W.Church 633 Minnesota Ave. Winter at
my o.n Carrie Rus Matt.Co. PAITGHou painting is an art. bouses. Also army barracks type CANDY MAKER Marble ; :33 ice making capacity The. refrigerator GAS RANGE-Last pre-war moeLA Prk. for .3 367 I.I
: 2-21. with plumbing and This d..1I candy that modern OVENS for oil stove. Stock Include I I a. acNa.e. Y
NOTICE TO ALL RTORI. money Improve stves steel bars. See Sunday Itar.moer. ltn good or better than mOt boris .*. .
t dairy farm AWNINGS. CAOPRol cu your home paint safe with StanleyP. open tb week Wrte P. O. day Tuesday. 4 to 6 827 LaurelSt. Mon and Iro. e..r. day. $125. Ph. 2-7651. one and two-burner 17 Bumby WI.tr Prk.laAWIBa
p.m. rnle.
talus to call 8395. Walter Inc. 61 E. Rob 102 W. Farwjbr
e or Curtis. Call 2-3930 for estimates. Wicol. H.rd".re Mare
Highway section 19. township 22. B. o Apt. 4.CIR. inson GLUE-All .. "Cao" and Onsto
der. Free estimates. Colonial Awning ; "C
31. the Max LAWN OUTBOARD MOTOR-Erlnrud. 3.6 P al.
range now market. MOWER .
f FWE New .. Dlekaaa.Orlando
o Co.. 821 Htllcrest Ave.. Phone rp.id HEATER camlt. fr outfit "o.
Des Ln.o. hop. Simplex full .1
261 revenoPerfect
Hanson 25 E. Pine.
Rer.SECE ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any sbrne. china 11.5. G a new. 719 West Cen ELECTRIC RANGE-Frigidaire. 1947 OP. lo. Stores Co.. .sr.. Witr Park F.Phone 3-1760 ".Ul
SUPPORTS-Individually e Oranc. 111. ATQUESBnc-a-bra. tral off
p.
kind clock electric 11 Av.nue. model. Cen seen at 1915 Gerda 2311.HETLBul
1202 E. Ph. o o eupmen' PLASTER AND STUCCO Be la- b wood or coal OUTBOARD KORIO h p.
WaDn cntr.etr. Terrace.EI.EC'I'RIC
We fix Arcade. band
2-35. Mrs. Warren.W. evot.. Barke. Rp patnl. Free gruder CRE SWEEER"Bt.U. CU. Pret cdlD 10"1 I SHEET ROCK 3400
Shop 48 a 16 COt : m.ch. -
.
C.ntr.l. perfect a.Hpr. H.rd $ e n 22
P--XEILY.: Registered Surveyor. M.ltanc Telephone "AQUE"-The .trpro- ware 102 Chuh St. with WEER0.am. A.C Comptn. hoU 1 2 .
28th
8 and Main Arcade. Pbons A nGSL1 u help you with 198. cable. ro clopedla. $ St.SSXATERCi.rcuiatips. S.
6340.It. Cu 'e aWn. problems. Pa free all masonry surfaces. SI Lumber : CRNE. clarinet bass viln. son- S125. Pone 361. Eustis. Fla. wood RANOS-Fiorence, excellent SPEED GRAPHIC Anniversary. 4x9,
e. Mr. McGee 9826. Co. N. Orange and saxes The Bur. o OI ca 4 flasa eeukpmewi.
.ts ea RADIO REPAIRING dMms. mu.i. FLOOR FURNACES Both gas and 825. Box S.Star.On. bd.cP
coat and make offer 5
Dpnd.bleand Music Shoppe. 18 s Ore finder wtth
Lost and Found Co. 432S._ Hnghey.ALUS economical repairs AWNINGS used-one S and one Ar.de. OIL Phone 2-2514 for eltm.t. of gon Ave.BAT.. CIRCULATING I ad.ptr. .
_ focus ess*
CHALMERS SERVICE and trained technieans. Call "Scotty" 6 foot. Both complete for (IS.Bickford. CAMEA-. Vetcc.12'S Emer complete installation site of "Monogram-1.r lp ..C.rDI
parts; tractors and uwt at BrittsGeneral 628 E. Amelia. 2-0146. m.tal adjustable exh residences duplex and small cot ; (WAT-t "PofeMonMkerol l.d lust cluatne Worth lt. Yo th p".
BILLFOLD L Brown amutr. and Home p.e 356 N. Ave. Eletrc" ltre. ; I .nst fan. 1425 E. Concord. tages. Modern Appliances, Ine428 wate het.rl. heate. amve. 0 Any tme afr 9 3. (10 i.
Par Co. CONDITIONING UNITS 2 port 102
I Return rein A : Machnel Or.na 8"2 AIR N. Orange. plus tax. Knox Store Co.. 25 E. tbe 1.1'. Bub Hard.ar. W. STUDIO COUCH-lancrsprtns
Hornung Rt. 2 Box 2-213. able Carrier and Kelvmator. Suitable I CEDAR-(Genuine rdmJ Pine Phone loon ehlfferobe mabogany ,
CAT APPLIANCES REPAIRED Fans. ROOF REPAIRING-New roofs for cooling office. Priced reasonable. I Ready for m FLUORESCENT FE1 W. 238.HTeut OFFICE chair: girlsbicycle. ; :
LOST-Orey Pnll Vicinity 1n 5633.ANTIQtjZ Winter Garden. Strip- 395. DES-.vl port tabl. 20x60 Incbe I"
toasters iron and 8186. Patching and painting. Phone 5296 or .
: lmP.P. atae. i i priced: .
Maltland .ndera. IQlle Mrs. Johnson Electric Co.. Roofer.Phone 21255.REFRIGERATION ci stock. Fair Store 10 W. Church. .10 .a gas beater .at.
a1underal. B Curl FURNITURE-Cherry CFAFor cot lining S' new Fuel 011EvansSuper eontll Sunday between 2 room beater Phone .
Dana AY )
SeStaUD ODo .3
BOOKKEEPING time basis. Com- ner cgbare Sheraton chest o I tools. FURMACE-Onderfloor. city gsa. like I.. Wintr Park 63O. day.
Installed-Pay records Oood work .8EVC American 513 VIrginia Dr.CHAIRS25 new. $85;-Ph. 2-0346. 513 VirginiaDr. .. boy
Ferguson dr.en. console -
LOST black. S.te. r .m. PLu. L. P1N -Lester S.I On month SAW-combiaatlva IX Inch **.. S
FXOI" Wt. *-Quarterly Refrigeration 9752. and maple furniture. Ph 4260. wooden dining roOm and with 10
Mai .D .lnua Sm. 11 eabilet. year .a.rut. Ownermoving. Inch Joiner and hortsotrtal *iorU -
lar and .Ipted.*. 8.'J. C. t.1 retur.. Reasonable rat. PI ROOFING--oometning new has E. Colonial. general utility. $1.50 and $2 I double length U-shaped golden flame. Will .ari. 1J1, E. er. 3 H P. motor. 300. C. Arweod.Cocoa. .
Wit. Garden Fla.POCKETBOOK. 7912_or 871.BUIIG. __ been adde.W "ufoD Single Ply AtUK GAGE O utility Singly or In lots. Chamber of h! Quaker-Only Quaker has Qusker- Washington.PIANO Fla. J
REPAIR and outlasts frame merce. 451 Park Ave. S. Winter FURNITURE FOR SALE 5-piece trol. no draft trouble: forced heat
LOST Ladle's RODE tnw prouet e.pla 1.20. I -Henry 8. Miller 58" grand: SPEED BOAT with O h Vmo
black. draft ( p.
automatic
maple circulator
tn A&P .. D. Riddle tonde cnt.c ly adapted to flat and Ild. door. 8pecla CIRCDLATTNO FI3IEPI.ACZS..ileat.erola .lnlt or m.hs.n bed ; blo.er mahogany bench ,.
Finder please 10plnc new to Trailer and tplaa
.tr. Pld. tor. E, Central. roofs. For information can price only. Mill and and Thermoflo. For better room suite with bud and : automatic heat circulator.Walter rM. 1 &t1aD
.ld .lln.a
2 PI 56 h
return ke papers and pen 810. $785. Can be for 116 and
t P. O. Box.2066. Margaret Bonner. ''131.____ ___ Smll A Sons Roofing C Slnle AIRPLANE MODEmplet stock neat controL A must for a new house new innerspring mattrs .: 10. J. Wilcox 1936.Inc. 61 X. Robin m.th.. tr. Winter Park for 15 cu D .
BUU.DOZER8ERVICEC1earing. 1.5 per square models HO-O Mills A N.br..ka.CTE I piece walnut dlnlnl room son. Founded -appintment P 39R 1.
grubbing and '. Warehouse. Wln'er Railroad racing Modelsupplies $149.50: 3-piec over stuffed living SEWING MAC- 147 8tflgT
grading. Also rou
'U. pan
Beauty ParlorsAMMTOMAM Rd. bata can JEWEY-Fn.l clear room suit. like new. $125: new PORCH heavy. Cane
.
work and palmetto Phone 214 N. E RK wso o Bluu
J. T. r.ke. 666. anc.. .E.rlnu. s. pin" t.t.aa $175; eIerat MIATIRS-Radisni ', ._ ..t bD. Notl better Itark eablet erand piano. lu
20 242. SOLAR ALUS-CHALMERS Power units $ as high HerPian' rnl" p c'J .
15
to phone
SYSISIntaUed Ied nwavaabl a box. 75 ,. like new. (75: ton
1 Pe Also to fit Orlando Burr
1ltl .
a .0erf
25' dut on "ana Limited CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also lime rockpaving I.t .ve. Pboe ,.. Immediate delivery. C Loan Office. 27 W. Church. 1 twin b.dark 100. $30; gate leg Appliance on It fplare. after Guem 1300 Ivaa- fn _..2-4.
Inc. .
with surface C.t 1808 S. Bub from smallest to CASH REGISTER Practically e Oae Shrd. Ph.
tl 0 P.. eD operators. teatm.n. .t I.r.s DewNaiona table. 21.5 par 01 blankets. *2; Av*. Phone 4537. b 5. SADDLES-Gcnwiao EBdisa sarfdi
142.CBR'KY Work guaranteed. Bnmby ,sUp SEC TANKS INSTALLED and Also P.r T.ctr. General Has detail strip and Issue bed .pr.d.$ : oUI. desk, $35; kitchen WARE-3-pioco set genuine slightly used New Tex Taa w ,
BEAUTY SALON aon. Inc._ Phone 764.. State approved. 2O year .. McRae: B809. .ellt. !Cevington. 35 E. Pine. e.bllet $ 5 5-piece breakfast HEATERS tional." DoTrm. "Interna sup PY flame war complete with Crfl saddle Centipede. R.t .

'. Ph A CLOCKS REPAIRED-Watches, eam In business. Altermatt- Call 6730 or ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE-Number CAM STOVES Just received a st ; Ilorl" oil ranee. ply. "uprnea. Lit.. and glass bandl tecular $2 65. Baa Ana with 0
permanent wave er musical instruments 8 7571 fo smc.SC 16 mesh. 32 Inch. 36 Inch. 48 abpmel' Bumby Bud.are 149.5 apt. sis r.ne. $27.5 615 W. Pt.. n.81. Knox Store Co* 2 E.-. rubber .u pd. .
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'wave Your hair laboratory tested R.pai Shop 2003 : TAD everything inch. Southeast Steel Sales Co.. 100 102 W. Churcl of 4 dr..ers 2-3163. Ssddl at West
for best results. Mrs. Kelley. Mgr..EDOEWATER BUILDING homes Cene. J. ; W. Amelia: teL 2-1442. Furniture HOT WAT In 10 30 Church DHneDt
CNTC of new Burke COOKING UTENSILS-Good (election In.5. PAINT-SSSO gaL outside paint fo
BEtAN. 2t2 1 home. and buildingof permanent resident bnd. : APARTMENT-COTTAGE equipment. i .lunum stainless steel. W. Pine S Phone 4070. Appliance 3O Inc.ept.. Old 14.5.Other b.i. Arnold Paint good coadttioel
I Permanent any kind. Rl.t financ. T. P. Rout 19. Box 231: 2-78 Complete kitchen with refrigerator white ln.Knox Store Ave Phone C. Oal Str.. S. Oan. 2.378. SAPpr. t Ce.tr Station
Beauty Culture Fullard. 133 range sink and cabinets. Water I II 453.HTRcul.tt a.a
Complete. 2.3193. Concrd '032 SEPTIC TANKS-Installed. State ap Co. 25 E. Pine. 2-316. POPCORN MACHINE-New. '70. 11' Parking lot Pin
1. .
Evening Appointments. Hilda Monck. CLEANING 600 gal. capacity. See our I heaters. HeaUn In\m bth gas bed solid oak wood bauU IIt- 1 3
AND PRESSING CABINET lRNIRT"1 house oft Kohl.
prove have
Cu 17th I and oiL .. 428N. BRWAaWcmplet a youth ct Iron 0 Wet Plok
tto and carry prices will save St. West of Orange Noer ApPlanca ple. lult bd. tnh t. bL
GEJ't-S .oU. 5154 St. and black and galvan
Blossom fltUnl.
Tr.; 2-4519 1 mattress springs PIE
money. Bring us your clothes. Bnpertor H.nnMuele.TRACR N. and A..C .h
Phone 6686; 2O4 wae. ruc 214 Boon SERVICE New ground I ALUMINUM FLOOD LIGHTS-.Just 8mtl Lumbr Co Or.ne machine; Estate Btrl. drul.terom HYDRAULIC UF2 for service be. Also. vahea Fr. Pip STEEL WELL CASCfO
8t C.nen 8t R.lload Co. 630 W. 6118.
lots Contract the thing fo your (4 95. he.tr. oil burning with 50 gaL station or gsrsrs. Raab'g Auto
RAY'S BEAUTY or ud
CARPENTER find the material lvle. COOKER Prewar Westlngbouse. tank. Phone Apopka 2681. Service 37 E. South St.. dial 8228. selection of spinets
RAlitn.prannt Smyth N, andRailroad.
hourly cheka.
and Lb Co. PN0no1 3000 ft. of 13-ta 3000 ft. of 16-tm
wae. do small repair Phone r.ta. Pne 2-783. broiler and Deluxe Including
eld a 4222 2-2356. A. c. Newcomer..ob mY-A .oter. bottle rbIne.. moe FRACTIONAL EICyorR HOME P Kevt. now pad and Ba"l.I.rPOc 2000 ft. of t-te. New we! easln
38 &Fine. One place C.Dt. timed ka Pal: AMMUNITION-Shot gun shells; 12. pl.t. 507 W. Princeton. ho VI to *. H-P .valable Baml, Har.a. St.a *walnut en. I for' Immediate del Libby *
rmove. 16. 2O and 410 rifle cartridges I beah.d. maOal. .D 1b' Freeman 711 W. Cbure5.SCHOOL .
trees Kuh.FRr
$2 OFF ON ANY m.O this Ire 1Ia1 Pe re I.U.2 SET-Sewing machine ta- tr DP.nmen& ok. plao
,
week. Ray Utopia Beauty Sale move e.p. Lclc long and aor Herman'sLoan DIE. and oil stoves outboard piece blue wIcker HAIR CLIPPERS lelI ISO Robinson 531 N.
E. Washington; ph. 9725. MEET TiE :IE who can P. Newton. 16 l Office. 27 motor. washing machine lawn set. 50 S. Hn.FRlK3 hand type hair cappers $ I UP. Ju C4 i
Phone AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS Bumby Hardware 102 W. .
2-14. glider electric refrigerator and Iron piece wicker porch POWER Whirl LOCKS: Ya and Pra!
help you buy sell or rent TREES DEOE tmec taken Electric and gas. 1013lal er. Jenny-Lind b. complete boys' breakfast t.bl. 3benches. IRONER-Thor Auto Masie. like new. winds. WOWEBasF combination vadtoek Bumby
dO.1 Fn B H.ulh Crculat oil he.tes. NOle and.girls' other hous 928 Seville Place. Ph. 2-365 Sacrifice. $65. 13 Harmon Ave..' Pickard Service a Pr., S Hard war* Co.. 102 W. Church ..

YOU NUMBER ONE i through a Sentinel-Star Want ton:2H: SummCTlin Ph 17. B.T.U. capacity.From n.o 1 7.0 bold goods. 1051 N. Orlando 1R"I NEW-S-piece dInette Winter Park. I.t and Sllgh Blvd. Ph.Cre 14.I 8AXAP1IOffK-AJto aDd teDOr. .r-

for whatever Ad. TCR-WOR- New ground Attic from 30 Silent DIP NETS-Long hanl.er"b- 12 5 cabinets 139 50; ICE BOX-Whit* plastic 75 U>. capacity -, ROCKERS-High back."Give at." _dJ'iOD. Beable. "I Uta
you wish to sell I contacts them quickly landscaping. fan 1.11 minnow nets $ 8tor. Itbel cabinets 139 50: kitchen ; S3O. Draftsman' table I away price of $4 93. Orlando Furnlture -
are waiting and Ph. 9106 or Winter Park. 1304-w. brea can f.1 immediate delivery Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. 1.15: platform .k.l$16.95. and itoeL medium sue $20. Call Co.. 141 and 615 W. Church St.

to read about it in Sentinel- surely for you. Phone UPHOLSTERING-Snp conr refin- and installation on all the DOORS-Size* "'0" x 6'8" and 2'4" z Prltul. 3 Cburh 698. 7 ft. 2 SHEET ROCK for sale: ph. (39

Star Want Ads. Dial 4161. 4161. Ishlng. We can above Items. o 6'8". 1 panel: 3'0" I ''O". 1% 5 FURNITURE for sale. New INLAID LINOLEUM Installed on I I' PTS fence: "pr 4 to t

I Alra Interior Dr.lr 2200 Walar and Kelser. Vogue Theater panel and a few odd don spe- port and upholstered chair dnenI floors and sink COl. ca Avdoal Inch (29 .1 Winter -
but hUId
r Cbu o blok Colonlaltown. Phone 5136. I ca Pr. Mills and away beds. 1624 E. Amelia. 2501 Edsewater. D. 2125. Park 6. Uttt e C [:Continued On Next Pare




. I 'Cotton Picking Time in Dixie' I I t k :' Obituaries | two daughters, Mrs. J. F.:Canon I.Young of the American Legation. eft Include R. W. Jeter. Julian

MR. JOHN' MUL1IKIX [ of New York and Mrs. H. Strousc Barbados. Howard R.
a- I I T. Tucker C. Frank
MEMPHIS IUP The islana and I Mr. John W. [Jack Mullikin. of -
su I the rest of the I ; Bridgeport Conn. I Gordon. Dr. J. H. Cnildi. Dr. P.

warm the skies are clear and the I Southeast w: ; 51. died Friday at Bay Pines HospitaL I I I' FUNERAL SERVICES I L.

Mr. Muintin was a veteran ] For Mr. M. Moon. Dr. L. T. Daniel Alton
bolls are bursting open in thefieldsit's 1 Slowly, the first portion of a I SISTER M. ISABEL A. Mccauley prominent
Danteunba
I of World War L being discharged ] I Kissimmee will Charles Rutxler. E. C.

coton-pll time i I Federally-estimated yield of 11.- .. a an ensign from the Navy He Funeral services for Sister M. j held at 2:30 p.m eent'ey In b DeGarmo, J. Nottlngley and Leo

Dixie.In 849,000 bales i moving from the I is survived by h wdow. Mrs. Isabel of the Benedictine Order at I Grissom Cpl Xe. with I IRev. Hurbert.

a word the prospects for the fields to the li. to the warehouses QJ : Marguerite H. a th Holy Name Academy San Antonio J.. E In-

I and on mills. ;: son Dick Brown of Detroit. Mili FlaW were held Friday at thehome's trent b in Rose Hill Cem-
crop a good despite a average te e. tr funeral services will be held'I GYPSY ROSE DRESSES UP

of onl 31 cents a pound for spot I PERFUME FOR LAUNCHING I p. Tuesday at Fairchild chapel and interment followed etr McKENZIE BRIDGE.Ore. IUPJ

and higher costs of pro NEW YORK (UP] When M Chapel with the Rev. Josephine at St. L cmetr in the For Charlotte Ann Coward People here were disillusioned

duction. I James A. Parley christened Stuckle of Unity Church officia same city. be held at 1 ajn. Monday in w. when they spied Gypsy Rose Lee

Airlines Skycnuser before 'I ting. The American Legion will M. Isabel the former .
Colo child
the
From the high plains of Texas i; flight between i i ; have charge of the services at the I Siter Fera Cp with the famed stripper, tithing for
L ; Mercedes Young of Orlando,.died Rev. In- i rainbow
to the country of Georgia, and j Guardia Field and / grave. i, torment oflat. trout in the McKenzie

from the h fertile i t' used a bottle of Bruda. theceremony ,.. All Pythian Sisters in Orlandoare Wednesday in a Tampa hoit Cemetery.w b i I River. Gypsy was fully clothed-

rch MippiDla instead the tradi-'. .. reuest to attend the services She was a member of the oder I from long underwear to sawed
-
t the nimble I tona champagne. o Pane funeral home in a Overalls

fingers of the pickers will be in t ten Joie 32 M I I 4 body. I She yeas survived by her mother For Mr. Undsey C. Peoples, who
1 I oter paner I 1 died Thursday, will be held I
full swng withinthe next week or t mae te -- ; a2 BUG WAR
fght I MRS. DOROTHY BROWN WEEPS Mrs. Samuel H Young, 525 Terre -I p jn. Monday in Conway Methodist I STEPPED UP
BITTERLY
as her son Paul i AKRON.
i MRS. O. IUPJ
10 days. The United
More applicants Cog Ie 4 [above] looks I JOIL\'A lILR Orlando; a sister Mrs.'I Church, with the Rev. C B. Cal- States
unconcerned Blvd Army
for Air
the that
he
regis is center of a Mrs. Johanna Winter | I Corps and the
Miner
a address
officiating
The advance guard already tration of I same : another I,.iwy interment Goodyear
trademarks Cl
filed hot I Rubber
battle W
were cour for his custody. He was awarded to his resident of Orlando for ZUOr0I M. the Greenwood Cemetery. Co. have devel
the I
with U.
swept across most of the S. Patent Office in str. Ca t oped a new aerial
h by a Los Angeles court instead of her with i than 25 years, died Young Pallbearers will : spray gun for
1946 than in parents Fay fo
Ma the
any other The ; I ice 30h. armed forces in
Tex belt and I moving slowly including renewals yea. whom the child has lived since Mrs. Brown's remarriage at her home in New York who joined same order at the Gore J. C. Hooks of DD nd which a gallon
was 27.- a diesel
into Mississippi. Lou- tt year I' She is survived by her time and two Edwin G. Osborn oil will destroy
I I sD E'i j same : brter. j.I Au Homer Sally injurious insects in

fk ago. Mr of Altamonte ad I Young Orlando, ae ue. ad Joh'L honorary pallbear- acre. an area of one


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Articles for Sale t _BIGGER cioo>x.t LOADS service of call better Lee079s dirt. For i j I CLOSE IN-Lars* 2-'tory roe ef COLO!IALTOWN-A nice 3-bedroom EAST- rooms. 2 screened porches.bath ; LAKE IVASHO-'4 block north. 2-I i FLORIDA
| HOUSE OR APARTMENT or 4 tile constrnctloa. 4 and I I ORLANDO
I buasaiow on high corner lot. Oak breezeway. storage nom: bedroom new masonry home on ,
SCREEN: WIRE. BRONZE -ta"-Ite ''COLD SMOKZ Sins army worms or i! COUNTRY ESTATE t.be1mn' bedrooms. furnished or anfarmsb- sleeping porch. 2'a baths. Partly fur- floors tile bath. screened pOrch. dou- ben const ruction. 2628 E. Jetleraon. 1 ttrrflt shaded tec. A real bay at 88750. SEPT. 14 1947 PAGE 13

per *q. It. Electrical supplies-: chinch buss In lawns and helps grass bUu. 2S"-cre ; ed. Adult family desires year lease nished. 011 heat. Large lot. Walter i be! sara,.. awnings sad many other : Thclma Ktacsid with B. T. Bound. : ,
boxes cable and switches. 222 W make Quick comeback. The beet and j I Boat. dock. A Paradise for real Florida or longer. Orlando business man. Call W. Rose Investment Co. 49 N. Oranttr j desirable features. This is one ofI EAST SIDE-Near Oranwe A... 8 < Realtor. Carrigsn Bldg. 673 N. Or- ,
Central Hdw 2-231. i ***est lawn trcaU&caU 508 Brook- livrac. Unfurnished or partially or write W. C. Chant Pbon 2-1023. : Ave. Orwm Manor of ton 3356 A I the hornet we love to show. 812.500- room sad bathr en lint fleer, 2 ante: 24551.
haven Dr. 6314. i j furnished. Fishing boatlcg. twtmmins P. O. Box 1311. Chaste Ave. : furnished 814 OOO. About 1-3 cash room and '2 bath oa second floor: 51. Houses for Sale

SPACE HETEl3 burn'nsAa I etc. 8200 per month. Year'sI needed. C R Emerick Realtor: 610 double lof close in location attractively '. LAKZ FRONT-Terrace Blvd 701. '
gises to delivery. FILL and good rich top soil. Por full I lease. Louts Geeslin. Realtor. 143 N. !IGOLONIALTOWN SECTION Near N Orate; 7348. priced: F. A. Allison. Realtor. Price S18.00O. 83000 rash. Vacant. LAKE FRONT-ISO R. *d oat .(

lano Appliance Co 210 N. Or a O I. leisure and quick d.ltnn. da j i Mam. 21464. HOUSE OR APT -Smsn. fenced. 13 j I High School and Grade School..f. j !L w. Wasluagtoa. 7613.I _ I Move mht in. Inspect and rail WUj j I, oar finer lain. Fwrasrited 2-od
Ave* pnopa 4537. 24053. j prefer twin bedroom kltcben. and ( bedroom concrete brick bunt I I lIam Mathews with J. Daniel Kolar. !1 room bungalow. Landscaped pieauitj

f porch where we can keep a email 1300 square feeL UsrO.0.0 Cooi* I 2-43B8 or 7 H EylaMTe, asent. dock sad fruit Urea 55,705. OMartRre.R -
I POULTRY MANURE coarse orround. cocker spanteL Mrs. John W. BrewaIn -I Ttie oath. Corner lot. Immediate poawi CENTRAL AVE 1i .- I FAST 8IDF-Fairlyclose In. In extra -- no, .. 32 N. Oi's.ane.501l..
( By ten or sack. Phone 6927 < UXFURVISHED. spacious beautifdlI !I *. 415 .. Jefferson St. Pails I m Well fln.nKl.. cau Mr i nirO ... Rosily newsS-resm he.ar .
INKS for_.pnce. FalnriUa Poultry Farm. I section near lakes parka school Chgrrh. Vs.I Bridges with Joe o. Myers Realtors. 1 Near Fera Creek Park. Three bed- ef Johiu-M aTitte sbte abincle LAKE CONWAY-2 bedrwont bwngaHW. i I LAKE VIIW-New hem la egriaan
I 3 bedrooms bath and shower. Large !!I I I for shewing. 8881. "Fine_Home.** ,1 I room. five room home completely ridIng and oak floors tile bath and >. fwnuahed. Reread redecr 1 I Ii location. Tile bath oak fstan. OaT
run roar ktichen around th* new I 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds ;! living room dining room kitchen i; HAVE YOU a furnished apartment i ifR S--AVi New btockiiiD I''furnished with all ala kitchen. House I lite kitchen drains. Central heatin* ted. Large lot. 142 ft. oa lake by I beat buy today at 89OO. Cowrcawy
American unk. New 'I i or small hawse you can rent to -- plant i approximately 425 ft. deep. Large:
de.laD new ai.d pantry. Ci'y gas, floor furnace denS throughout one ear garage f oversize gsrare and I.mbrPen.a Realty; 3w2 N. Orange: dial 2-J471
new features, 1 being permanently transferred galow. Priced for quick sale. 2 oak tree. beaatif aand iwall. i _
bUI construction i Yt7iERAL and fireplace radiant SlOO month :: couple I; with attached large room for- play. porch This home Is beach. ss'
new Drawer DESIGNS a specialty. Cut to Orlando early in November? corner lot... Take car or truck Ia I deck covered boathowae and LAKE HIGHLAND lOvwiiawksa*)
CoalleDe. flowers i Sear m advance. Phone 7200. Sun- ,, room or additional Urine spore about 18 months old with beautifully
on corsages and weddings. Will also lease cive excellent refer- trade 1 r boat. 14.500.. terms. W. B Nichol New small block buasaiow. 3 faflbedrooma.
glide laU adn. .lent effort .nayOto4. ,i i tll.OOO with landscaped grounds bat has bra
86000 down. balance
leIs .a dor. Ilnd dead- I'i Phone E?" Jo-1 2UISSIONARy- Gwdens.. 231a j,. .Qrans .I .. .. AddreM w. A. BelL 148>* I COLONIAL GARDENS-.Nicely fnrnisned. like rent Call Regale Moffat with lIved in only about CO day Convenient son. Realtor. 14 8. hint 2-1818. basement furnace attadsed -

toed and Wll.t ct 1 i 4;. Rooms for Kent Lincolnar East Mishawasa. In- 2 bedroom bungalow electrie1 I,, O. P. Swope. 60 E. Pine 5812 or to schools stores theaters garage. Maay other attracts

piece steel ruded corners and for .I STRAWBERRY plants oiana. kitchen breexeway. garage ToI> 2-4040 after hours. > an.d but. Price of $12 500 include LAKE FRONTCazaelb.rrv.. 2-ed- features. 812.700 with good teram.

tuck easy now ready. 81 per hundred. C. AMELIA AVE.. 704 W.-Front room: ROUSE or apt. In Winter Park er days bargain. 810.300. Terms.Harry {' f I all electric kitchen and owner wHlI room block bungalow. Sia'e root Can b* pwrcaased farnlsaed. Bryan
Waiter J. Wilcox Inc.. 6 E Robinson i I i Fred Ward. 133 Phelps Ave. Ph. 55 I private entrance. Near bus Seasonal north side of Orlando. Permanent Heath. Broker opposite Yogu I Ii Ii I sIte reasonable terms. Endow o ]: tile floors. 110 ft. rood froataee rwn- with Herman Goodwin Inc.. 4TJ K
Foundtd 1936. R. Winter : Theatre. Coloctaitown! 8233. Orange: dial 955$.
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Park. Fredrick. 118 .K. Ora Dial 81SS.
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___ | rai.2-7801. residents. Will pay a number of nee. nini back ISO ft. to lake. 8 5O. C. '
I I PEPPER PLAITTS for .. Cal Wonder A-4ERICA- ST.121.akLlicern; mcntht rent In advance for a desirable -: CHEROKEE SCHOOL SECTION-Attractive COLONIALTOWN--Completely. fnrnlih --, its ana to Live to Orlando I II I I P Shcaiway. Realtor. 140 M. Orange: LIVINGSTON AVE. E.-Owner transferred -
place. Must have 2 bedrooma. I| two-car garage apartment d 3-bedroom asbestos shingle i I I I 2-3282. must sell BOW a hgaiy at a

8IIDER- -Planet JU0. G condi-- 1 I 1 Monroe.va Fla.CLOSIXU Met. ,. I* B. Mann. Lake i Choice corner room. Attractive Must occupy by Oct. 1 or sooner. i with living room-dinette 2 bedrooms .i home. Hardwood floors. Venetian EAST SIDE-Two .bedroom home-not LAKEFRONT HOME and 7 ad- home oa large set. 812.500 term.

how. Model N 3. BB.aua. __ | cooi. quiet. Breaklast optional. Phone 371-M or No. 1 Winter Park bath and nice sue kitchen situated bhadv metal awnings. 2-car garage. owlte completed with tine acres excelient Winter Park acres Sisnea. Reatier. 32 E Pine aaM.
city limits
1fVI..Oa Cub 1 B.a Lk. ''[ OUT PRICES-Oa all nursery -I I AMELIA AVE. 310 E.-Close ia. Cool or write The Herald. Winter Park.STMJFTJRNISHED on rear of fine shaded lot A rood 9Ox24 with laandry tabs and washIn land on hard road with f4 c- Rustic tombs type bungalow unfinished but LARK LANCASTER SECTiOBT- -
value at !. machines Corner lou SOilSONlceiy
i Can *
sood
:._ _, | stock. Many rare varieties I room. innerspring. private home. HOUSE-I or 3 bedrooms unfsrnislied term Itolar.I I chic rinse Furnished school DBS. ttvaMe. 240 ft. oa nice lake. 240 ft. room masonry bunsaiew. Poll tflwbath.
SAUCE PAS5I.LAel steel with I Plants orients shrubs shade u_ I Business girL Permanent Z cbtldren. Pro.Icr Fred Rees with Hsrrs-Moore. IsndneapMl. J Daniel mail paper, etc at Tour door Onl on paved nr.<. Shade trees HUB- I 1 year old. $MO. F. A. AJttswo. -
spei i| fruit tree Direction tedo highway !I 2-0836. lOt E. PIIHK Broker._2O< 8 Main: 7811 er 2-4388. *. Realtor. 37 7U3.
cwver. a "a\ ..a.r S3, j Winter P.rk. Waltland ar Alta \. for qwlek sale McKclvvy.Sicker. dreg of tropical shrubs. lash developed W. WgsoisUWa.
ra 1 29; 3 ..ula(4 spe- }; 426 to. Lakemont Ave. Lake hey !I CLOSE XN-Bealluful twin bedroomSummer Monte 811rlnl& IfCtlozu. Call Willter CLOSE IN-3 blocks East .1 Orange 8 Central_Arcade Into a speculative opportunity. MArYLAND Allrsetivo esotboctitem.
'8. Know Stores Co23 Nursery. 323 S. Lakemont. Winter rate Dial '- &' : COLOI\"L4.L TOWN A very clean .
E,; Park 1 14. Ave 2 al.". 3 bedroom frame Only a few lake fronts with detached rental cvttas

Fine. Phone._2-311. Park. I| CLOSE IN-Near Lake Eoia. Em. apt. Desirable location. ,> comfortable well landscaped home furnished residence Excellent repair. EAST SIDE Bea.tif.IlT furor-feed like it SI3.50O. terms Asher Peter and S-acre money making gnrre Llvw

BEWINQ MACHINES Factory rebuilt DOUBLE HIBISCUS-VsrlOBt pltntt. :I!I ployed young man prr{ rnd. SS Can furnish Frlgidan and porch.with 2 living bedrooms.and screened sleeping 2 car garage and utility room completely home close to High Srnool. arade- Realtor.---12 S.- Main. Z.:81. here and enjoy 84OOO yearly tncawaw

guaranteed bb new; portable Oaks Nursery. 3 blocks off E. Cote- ''!! per week. 436 North Rein Drive. ItOTe. No children or pet*. Call 8458. with ventilated dining room kitchen t furnished garage apartment. schooL bas sad stores. Lance lIving ----I too. 121.OOO, terms. C W. WaUerg.

and con sl. Al Wiggins; 6247 I nisi on HillildeSHRUBBABY ___ I I CLOSE XoI-Larae aleePlnl room for : WANTED TO-RENT BY reliable family < screened service porch. pantry large screened bath. Good M J.price Mess and Broker.terms 132 stripling S. Main with: ,I I I room with fireplace fall isle dining LAKE IVANHOB This lovely new 2 I Realtor. 872 N. Oranee 1508
rooms. laree kitchen with breakfast bedroom bungalow large livias > MICHIGAN AVE. 8
blots
2 3 furnished house front porch hardwood floors. room
.11&_. or room or garage.Clou
Large selection to i Hllihes.wan or woman. Apply 30N. I apt. close to grammar schoeL Would to bus. school and the heertef phone _6877COWNIALTOWN.Aa_ Reef and pantry 2 "- each room larte kitchen with tile drain: home. 2 lets earner. Baa line ejg-

TEAM Ct.EANaR-Kerrlek. flag Just beautify your ho-ne Musselwhite i I consider exchange for St. Pttersbur Coionialtewn. 878OO terms at 832 attractive two 111s18.< with adjoining bath. meet lets at large closets attached garaae; rig trees, a* city taxes Price em* taSMOQ.
bee* thoroughly reconditioned. Hoi- < Nurseries. UK. Princeton. I,1 COLONIAL DR .1234 E Attractive | house. Excellent residential section. a month. unfurnished. S92OO. terms bedroom bungalow with a pretty finished attic ran be used forthird lot 75' frontage nice view of lake. U A. Pitt. Broker. 218 S
Chevrolet Co11) W. Central I rooms. Single- double. Innerspring Antique furniture. Reply Box 41 S- 'a' 835 a month furnished very Mount Yemen front. Larger rooms bodronm. 2 screened poaches. Yen.tian .- Owner transferred out of City says Main Ph. 7683KORTH
Jr 1 1FRINKLING 39. Livestock and Supplies i I msttress. block to restaurant and I 'ar nicely. Contact Harold Vollick with thaw nsuaL fine oak flaara. paste' blinds mvtal awninn. 1O4 ft I! act now This Is yew opportunity.Price .-.Attractive 5-roora bunot-

I theater___ HOUSE OR APAItTMEfTPunusb.or | J. Daniel Kolar. 206 S. Main. .7811 walls and landscaped living yard :;' frontage l- sr garage with porteochere. ': S12 308. term See Swims Henson low. recently redecorated. On 664
CARTER BULL SERVICE-We also CLOSE LN-Air conditioned modern Price 110.50 00. Furnishing also Laundry room 20 orange wish Martie WIBiams. Realtor I! line 84500. H cash Thesma Kiacasd
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I haul cows. Dial 118 ask for 32R12 unfurnished Furnished prefer and grapefruit treea. other fmtt. 21 W. Washington St. PIano 5105.
corner room. Phone. laundry kitchen available Call Miss Fisk with O'HsrraM --, with H F Baiaad. Realtor. CarrUaaBldg
CANS CLAY ST
Heavy SECTION New
( saltanteed. between 8 am. and 8pm. I red i Winter Park or Orlando.Phone cottage
This ta perfect
sprloklinc cans. l.75 and privileges. 208 E. Robinson. i 5035. 84250. 'i cash Let us help you er 2-O83. 109 E Pine prwpert condition I 872 N. Orange: 24551NORTHXAST

SI 85. Knox Stores C.. E. Pw GUERNSEY HEIFER over 8 months COLUMBIA "ST-535--West-private 2BIDRooM buy this. Roper Realty. Church and COLOSIALTOvrs Lake. thronyhatit _Price $15 SOO Vrt Crai -Her* ta a ready 66ew
2 UNFURNISHED Park
with 331 N.
permanent H..pt Broker. Orange ,
LAKE MANN SECTION-Here la aa
2- 163 old. WW make good milker. S2S eatra_.. near bus. Warkina *atleman Main. 23tD.CoLLEGEPARK. home all furnished
I and remdy
!OD _ _ A. residents not over las per 2-ctory home t rooms. 2 baths. : 9013. I ideal property for a uMmua wage t*
R. Taylor. Corner Cannon SUUs&P.dCUrryFordlt.sd. I preferred. _ lJOOO-cul I mv late except for linens anal silver.
Air solar water
SCREEN D type month. Ph. 5425 week days only heater ail furnace veaetlan earner with a family. Clow to bae
heavy: Knox Stores Co.. j __ I[ 8E IN-Lovely airy rooms. few Nights and Sunday phone 2-2687. bedrooms. I arc* screened porch. blinds. Completely furnished ia- EAST SIDE Close to H.scb 3 and aeheol-bus A good subetaatiat While It la aa older hems. at tgla

25 E._ el Phone 2-3163. _ i I HORSE-SetUed mare and colt.f' minutes walk Orange Ave. Inner- WANTED-EDGEWATER HEIGHTS- 'I Possession now. Roper Realty. r'udin electric kltrhea. 2-car *ae bedrooms- bYlaw rosin dining: I' home with larger than the wsualstsed fin condition -hard weed fleenbeaatifully
reftushed.
Priced spriass-stnale. doubly. 631 E. Pine. Church and[ Maia: 2-3433 rs" "_;*'* occupancy Lareg let. new nbcilaashiaaie
and at 8175 Can be seen Screened .
STEEL WL"DWSmmed.1 .1. Home Confidential. Talk '1111'la"bau.Ja. reea. kitchen and bath down Two rooms porch .t.pf.O rof. etc- Rooms all coed
slz.s Steel 2421 South Kohl _AyeBil j CLOSE IN -2M Hillcrest Avenue 'i Realtor, MetcalfBldgPERMANENT COLONIAL GARDENS Loe-.itW. Dr ea ,"Ii S15 SOO CoB we term 3-room apartments UD Completely front Lot x48' where the rhil- a dandy kitchen and a krreiy Urta sttw

Sale Co. lCd Amelia downstairs. MULE-Good condition. ----1' Rooms witb meals. Adjoining or -COUPLE-Niflt. apt. er bedroom home Oak floors throughout For Realtor dtIU call Georgia wa Schiller. furnished. 2-car garage Priced to < urn ran ia the shade of fruit orch. Cwavenleat location aad ate**
7186
PI ._ _ _ i Also harness w. F. Moody I private baths available.CASSLLBs.RRV ._ j i email house for 1 te 2 years. Preferably and beautifully landscaped lot eU. Hampton. Bracer; 531 NOr. ,, and other trees Oarage. Teu ran aeighbors. TewH enjoy realliruag
and white dinner jacket; J 36.lt Smith St. Winter Garden. !! Azalea Lodge | Parses apt er suburban locatn Furnished. 9OOO 00. Lorraine Hoffman COiLEG'-PARK-ThIS ramblinq prewar anpet 5O13 move rich in. with reasonable term. here' Price tlJ.SOO. CaB me ta aw*

TX Accessories. 0 co.dltol I American Plan Hotel ridau horses. ; n.-WllIslaD- Box 82 8-Siar. with Clyde McKenxie. 104 W frame bungalow bas 3 alee EAST SIDE-Priced for -quick sal. 84 93O Harlow G Frednc 118 N. < it Audrey Ptttmaa. with *t665stoat. -
MILCH COWS Alao 1 with 3 j I>I Central 24775.COLONIALTOWN. bedrooms and is located ea a bean- Orange Ave Phone 8188 !I'It'o .
Phone 2-6841 | sow fuhini. hunting in season. Winter VETERAN-WIFE Expecting first __ New 2-bedroom home located bewt.n .Realtors. Metcalf fKd* .
Piss 8 months old. For sale. J H. Park 9174-W. ttfwliy laadvaped tot with 120 ft. I Great To Live la Orlando. I Phone J1J8I
-tIRE8-75o-2o. 900-16. '5OI I baby this Winter must have 3 or SECTION Prartieally 2 lake Price 17_. terms I
Wilson. RI. 1. Box 91. Pine Castle. frontage Nice brteseway and 2carssrse _
SEDesirable NearS new 2-bedroom home Dinette Courtney Realty. 3t 2 N Oranse: dial
1$. AU in good i icondition. room. .._ furnished apartment Permanent. Convenient I NORTHLA3TrwiolodI
Arl te school and LAKE
ACe .lrpu.. 1236 W ; NUBIAN BUCK .t an..k. Lockh.rt i GniU and shopping. Apply today Pay fair rental and ive good Lar*. garage with laundry hoppln renter For Information 2-24T1. ________________________ tiful CHEROKEE 55C1'ION-Beas- 8250 ch and ITS par meat way*
i at 3it East Amelia. > to Box 88 8-8 tubs Completely tumUhed for 816.- I, brick duplex: 8 large rooms this dbhtf home taweV.Nobi
property. See .
C68rc6-DIs3-4l15._ __ I Kennels Lockhart. J1or14a. i care ar. 500. cave terms Craig with Ham a.k for Ralph Smith with Robt. 1. EAST SIDE-SI OOO cash. Furnished 2 down 7 roams up. Sad floor ntcelyfuraished It
TRACTOR International i I RETIRED BUSINESS MAN desires : Prvde. Realtor. 668 N. Oraase: 34505 bedroom cottace. Oas kitchen Bus. Nicely landscaped. SmithReal Estate. 14 8T.
Qarage.
"hom ten Broker 53t N 5O13 i
WANTED TO BUY-Uvestock. Beef i I prance. j Maia: 6911
mae.- Good condUoD a2o. Al veal and hog. Best price paid. Call i OULHT COTTAOE-1 room. both: ; 1 bedroom efficiency apartment ;I 1 -otti _ Balance 875 monthly Roper Realty. Built for home. sot for speculation
2 .ldr. z Lae I 2.0135.lAKR for Oct. 1 throuin May 1. No family CLOSE IN to our Is one Of COLONIAL GARDENS Lovely 1940 Churchsnd_ Main: 2-3433 __ j Combat high housla cost here Immediate '

ed p. MasnoUa Rd. .. C 4UT -------- Address replies to Arthur Stern. :! the finest residential locations In : ..'t"ttioa. '. EDGE OP TOWN-Near Lake ..- i _utoa. S21.0OO. Si OOOrasa. I NORTHEAST-.OB* story new masaa-
it-room frame Bath
I
Newton. Rt 2_Box 292. Orlando._ A and powerful draft II LUCERNE-Overnight guest i Stars. Box 1353. _ the city for retired people A place with shower attached bree e- view. Choice _room house. 3 tots. V N. Jones with M. I. Moss. ;I ry constructed duaiex. wU tocatas):
mare. Wears six 24 collar. Do not where you don't need a car 3 bed- garage. $ $. Apply 1IY3 all fwrwislwd; 3 bedrweau each tate
TRICYCLES-New. Assorted sixes.SI 1 2" day >week. 109 Lake Lucerne i TWO ADULTS'd.air.. to rent small war Very nicely furanhed and in Oranse Ave Wia- Broker. 132S Mata: phone 6977. ;I
: room buncalow with Ute roof bath
call ual. e otinantarea I .0.. Laraescreened I ter Park Owner ; Price S21.58OOO seed tana
*
95 and up. Orlando FurnitureCo house or apartment. Local refer- nerwtnn4tton SIP LAKaVlROINU=
LAKE 00 with
ST. 436-A gentleman; very term 3 bedroom home ,
J. Elliott Hall. Orange Trail porch Ideal place ta rent Cs. be arranged Can
141 and 615 W Church St. and 43.d St. Blossom I'' comfortable ea bus line attic Ian.Pit. enres. Phone 22215jOR3BEDROOM' a couple: of rooms Baa lot. fruit WP'- Sv*'.m 623E Pine: 4641 t E ST-S D -Just outside of city nice living- room with fireplace: Hardmaa with Marts for Wriluam Pool,

2-3656. bOIlH needed lmmedtely c i.."ULTOWSNrar limit Near bus and 5- underround dr.III".. Beautiful let I'
Realtor
TtviUN"lao.wne. b' BEAuTIPlLat" 7ru ponyrcan _ and shade T* close estate make offer stares bus 21 West Washington .
old by couple and rosin bun*alow. Completely fwnuwh- with W ft lake frontage 81800000.
CIRCLE young
Phsss
PARK LAKE 701-Lovely. See me Sunday afternoon between and sew rhool Attractive asbes- I 0104.
Drive. I ITRlCHJ be seen at 610 Dartmouth Avenue. ': two well-behaved eons. ages 7 and 5. I ed. electric kitcbew. 160 ft. earner Clyde MrKeane. Broker 104 W. CgB-I I
Ttrglnia _ _ newly redecorated roam Inner- 3 and 5 in my office and we too snd fram 3-bedroom corner tot. :
and removal I epriigLbiii._ and lake. Pbooe ?4M. If you wish ts rent furnished or unfurnished will walk over and see It C R Emerick. bungalow All spacious rooms. Con- Price 87.500. S330O cub. S5O a \ rat 2-477S. I NORTBWEVT4
40. Pet Stock and Supplies at fair price te responsible! 'I Ii month Julia Undbers. Broker. Pb i rooms. frau.
Castle Variety j Ij PARK LAKE-Lovely single room for Realtar. 61Q N. Orange Ph. ,: dltlon perfect 2-car sarase Oak 2-0818 I Breeteway. screened porch at
residents who furnish
Works. Ph. 2-2576. lady. block t* bus. 816. Ph. permanent can nu i floors Ule floored bath with ahawer. tacked garage. Built la '
> ; 41 Attia faa.
BOARD YOUR DOG al Crickets Acre references cell Mrs. I Wiu- laadKaned. > EAST SIDE SPECIAL-Beaut-fully LAKE FRONT New
Venetian blinds Nicely masonry con
.rRuNg.s-2 Briber wardrobes I KenneL tiomeawyirom 2-2768 after 6 p.m. I' CHIROKEiPARKiO..17 2-story floor furaace. Eierrthia* fresh aad
Laaxwood. Fla. A ter Park 6161 Apt. 36.
furnished borne. SmaU
grove excellent 3 ... I
Hollywood
Boy be had furnished PrWSIJ ilrlaettsO. 1
home mtsonrconatruatioa 3 bedrooms best condition. 75 x 145 ft lot.
and 1 double. Need AB
steamer ao- I home. Dalmatian Puppies. I STAR EMPLOYE and wife desire :, tie roof Large landscaped- 'OO wi'h only: S450O cash. Weir ant candi.-lea. 8750 Mr. Kail.Klttmeer tl:. bathe basement steam baUaE.21'nll' j I landscaped and right. Located
See ta eaw
SINGLE ROOM-Hot water: Ph 4836. ,
"pairs 81.d. Jfond., .D C i'iKIi1'ANI L PUPPi Rra" ltalty.2-0074
Tuesday. 4 p.m.. permanent furnished apartment; corner V>t Between 2 laSts and m C28 E Pine4641_ _ I ICA33ELBERRY living room SieeL eoawre'Cand j{: of Orlando a best noishborboe80.
t 82 Et f tered. Very reasonable. Bee at 1623 I Phone between 7am and 3pm tren'tnl on City Pa rk. A real value FLORAL DRIVE. 843-Frame, bard- ti!. suspended floors. 3 car ga-i I Owner traasferred. Priced ta nab

'API. 4. _ _ j i Dormont Call_4076. Vfl JAMES HOTEL-South and ,I; at 4161. ext. 39i _ at 818.500 Oeo H Kttrade Ar Son. wood flaors. 2 bedrooms breeveway rags ISO' lake frwatase. Screea porch j I I good terms. A gaod home M Moo h*.
yYPEWBXtER-Remineton portable bt -ao.I I 1 Rocalmd. Summer rates. Single. i Need attschedaaraoe. Terms 2-487. sad ttiea patio overlooking lake Deltal !I Jvn M. Caldwell
I CHOW-SPITZ PUPPIES EX-OI-Getting married soon. ; Ru:tor* 23176CHEROKEE with Asker Petac.
"IU case... G(ndUon.0.. .. See at 2400 8. Mills off Michigan I I I 88 week up; doubles. Call 9253. i I 2 ar 3-room furnished _____ FIRM-CREEK.:SOUTH-Completely
Wlter I| Avenue i!: SLEEPING ROOM far caupl Rome Both working. Quiet. N. pels. Excel1 PARK A delightfully New concrete block bungalow oa eat furnished bungalow, large rooms.heatias I. a kindle. vesirteil aeighborbaod- I'|I NORTH SIDE-Bungalow with S had.
6SI-W. 1 Price JJ2 SflO. v, cash. O> H. Kit-
o
_ 'I-tl'
:: privileges near bu*. 1875 Kcn- references. 840 month limit halt high shsded property. 2 ,
acre
system with ducts hardwaadfleers.
COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES-RegIs- ; errs need, pre-war horns. 2 large roams and sleeping perch, tit* baHc
tredvc Son. Realtora *"
TOOLS-Pitch fork*-4. S. and ItL.e. I : tuck Ave. Winter Park. i Please call 4161-Ext. 35. bedrooms. kitchen
itviag
ream. .
tered: pedKreed. Box 534 Fairvilla-i I bedrooms. 2 tiled "baths. hardwood I Lots ef shade detached garrange :,: oak floors: 2 screened perches Big-
load handle: D-handle 5 and Winter Garden RdI''a mile north S'UdMm-RAnS-,, weekly. flaars. 2-rar garage. Ian. tot and n equipped casemeat .. screeuea ice. Street reirlserat.r and .a. time roof: I-ear garage and ear 966$.
6 tine; 3 hay larks: scuffle hoe*: I' i il. Homes lor Sale porch. Priced for isle to a GI who ; Furnishings ef quality UM 71
sand
I of incinerator _ j I[ monthly. Beautiful room single | Immaculate! condition. Already well I.AKEmR"\&osr-nJUvs-c..el i n 17S feat. wtib 8 ettyaa e.
bare rakes: and S tine hook forks: a ant* a lately borne at ealy 88.30000 2-
01cr.-i23 or double private baths. overtooktn- i fmn>-e<<. Shawn by ppoiwtmnt. Price 17750 with good term See I I Price HJ0 fwniislMd. 8tl eaiK
COCKER PUPS 5 months
Mereose he: sidewalk e..r mortar I| and 830 Merdwood- Kennels. West j L.ke1..111111.. near transportation; ANDERSON STREET-Home. E. Central Robert S Hue with Robert R TyreReciter. ; with 101 dow* Se* Hibbr elI Mr. Poisons with H rel-| Shepherd bedroom frame bungalow built la : Relies InTeatmeet C*. 25 W. WaOiM'an. -

hoe. Assortment of hoes. First Street. Sanford, Fin Ph 805-J. I; 500 Chaee Avenue. Phone W. P. 27. ) home: South and South Slit I 13 W Washington 6174. I kerry-Winter Park .2-2221. Rta'ty C* 20 E. Washington St. '42 Newly redecorated. Beautiful Chime 8S13
Round and square point shovels. i > homes Pikes ntht and down pty- Chose 5U4 walls copper plumbing tile draia-
Bomb Hardware. 103 W. Church St.fttS ; DOBERMAN PINSCHER puppies. 1 YMCA-Attractive rooms for young ments to suit you. Let us show rota.Nobis 'i iGORE boards. attached garage Included are

bath and In rustproof red. 1 black. Phone 6262. AKC men. Single pr double. 88 and up: Smith. Real Jatal.. 124 a. COIDNUL'IowNc..t,.. -aEmON-I bedroom gas rsnee. circulating' hester. Urge NEW 2-bedroom. hoas ready far
yeur kllbt I Call 8006 CLOSE IN-2 story 2 bedroom home masonry ewnstructien FiarptshedIj
registered. j Main: 501* hot heater. Venetian blind
wat
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; Permatile: e.Ulatr. furnished 82.25000 cash will handle Xasriy new. Hardwood t'... .. block from school and tteres. Priced I Se
occupancy. at 114 244 St. Iso
I YALE 1432 WEST Twin ATatn.l. Mr. Branan with C.
Ceatral Florida Sales. 2323 N. Or- DOGS BOARDED stripped. cUpped AVE. AMELIA AVE.. 1824 E.- -Open house the deal total price S3 750 00 era kitchen 85500. t rm*. F. A. .1 11150 tar catch sal. due t. ....r.. Price. 814.250. 41
Dial 6546.yflhUA1iLIND&.Allsminunt. and bathed. Ruble Small Animal i .. innersprints. connecting today. New home. Interested peal Allisan. Realtor. 31 W. Wa...agUa; R Davia. Realtor, W. Washington; ,
.. I. bath. Near bus. Business woman l balance like rent Immediate pusacute. rector out of alt,. }3250 cash wilt 7808.LAKB. : ewatr 2381 S Brew ItI .
stock Hospital. 1600 N. Crane: 4348. I ITenor. preferred Phone 60 4 4. ,i."n!__.__ I .. For full particulars see Mar- .;17613. _ _ handle balance like rent Leui S
buada. 27" through 36" cldths.37s I| DOG WANTED-Email rebr.d'Pn ADAIR SECTION-WeU buUt. stTlcTly tie Williams. Realtor. 21 West Washington COI.ONIALOARDV4, 3 bedroom Doliva. Broker: 21 W. WwhiBgton: 'I I! NORTHWEST-Raomy ftste"
per M. ft. at factory. Orlando I About 3 month old. Call I 3 LOVELY furnished bedrooms twin modern. .-room buasaiow. tllad Street Phone 1106.COLO. home furnished tile bth. Reduced S41I. CONWAY 8ECTIOM-W ll LakeCocosy lo- ttUw wttn fred and rear Borckea.JbjsV
Venetian BUnd MIg. Co, 1739 Kuhl ; Orlando 23658.DALMATIAN beds inner-springs. 1 black from both and kitchen: automatic furnace: ta 810000. Excellent term to respaiuiel L cate4. about IIJI6t block from laces bedrocms sit

A...: 3016. at Junior bus home.near Close lake in. 514 ia B a Hyer.new private laundry tubs: large lot. et*. Price reduced ALTOW'ijSEcrioN S bedroom party. Curtay BcslEstate. GRAND SCHOOU SECTIOJi! you street and close to stares beach. On.10 paved_' tfv* furishi.is. InetuoSns is.&tHao all ** *--

CANER .- "Universal" Nigel$ of Stack-Dai.d.crg .. Acre __ to .813.500. 84 SOO cash andassume home hwrdwoad fleers nice ,392 N. !ns ; 2-2471. can pay 83 OOO casn down and 83S churches and .express office is this i lila kttcaaa. Ia addition there U s
VAC Bumby Hardwsre. en..el. P. O. Box 93. Lon 'ood. 11.. SMALL BEDROOM. tile bath and 1 4' arlass. J P. Mattes. :i i lot some fruit. First tine altered far CLOSE IN-Mssonry ranch type a month here is a hone you will buasaiow. Recently redecorated and | Vcar connie 88x33. now sod good
ahacment.. shower private ham. NIC location Brokrr. l4S N.Main: 5809.I sal II2.O 00. McKeuaie in. Concrete block, H h, Excellent tr rental
102 DOG FOOD. Kribbles and X-cel dos Clyde ; Jo bam on 2 lots. This ea is different eajay livtnf in good condition with 2 bedrooma. iinnmial a
VsNETIAN .- The best cost remedies and applies Orlanda X-cal 53 week. References pleas ': D.IR-.viNHO.-"cnO"-D ties. !: W CentraJj 2-477 __ __ and worth ills askias price. Has years old. ComBletely furnisaed with 2 baths. 2 screened porches. There 1 home wotksbae. Cries S13.56B.6*.

more .BiD 919 W. Church.Orianda. I I I Stor Dial -2'. i 8764. 2 storr. Saab side hs 2 large pedj j 2 bedrooms all Ills bsih6 reams. > I bedravma. living room with radto.aMneite. are about 2 acrea with 82 ftne bear- Call O'Harra-Mer BaUer. 26536I
R3M AND BOARD'iOOWOodr1llfatFf'f'I i rooms. sleeplB porch Ucla* v_.. I' all Bunt .r"51 materials balk with shower screened I* E Piae.
Ph. 6558.VACUUM COLLEGE PARK-Neat as a pia. larse ins citrus trees suitable for express I _ _
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1 FEATHEKSTOCKIJiO KENNELS offer ,' a' W. Agnes St.UR I diaiai room kitchen front and .ri clean a* a whistle. AtailaMa lurnlshed etea 10 tile sills. Grounds ar* beairtilui front parch. Plenty of shone; fishpond shipments. IU 868. terms. W. .. NORTHEAST-Very attractive bantsaUw. -
CA-lERt electrolux.Restksrsaia. at tud the two top Cockers at Daytona i KROOIolT..1n bed. businee i parches Oa side completely fura- ar unfurnished 2-bedraom and .*.1 kept. CU Mr. Brut ; landscaped nicely. 8 fruit Nicholson. Realtor, 14 .. Ms. | practicaUy new. baauUtwIb

Silent .: 2053parrart show Beaus Joe of Featherstockins girls. Phone 923$. Mr*. Dasher 144 titled bath aides vacant. Sa buyer bungalow. Call Lee Crawfard with with J.A L. Ghio. Real Estai. 108 ,. trees and a garage. 2-1818T built, oak floor furnace fully tarwished. -
Bee ft at black. Beet ia show, and I II
from P to ,
Circle. I JinTt Son O'Featberstockmgbuff.. Wall SI_ ; ca 'f rt":suit. Alt 2 r'Jar grsie. i Boat. L. Pryde Realtar. 668 N. Or- Court Ph. 2-0642. _ Dan't let Ihe missus In this kitchan. ; Otastaadlas value at SMMa.
I Ilois.
I Ukevttw. .:: sloe it has alii.. built-in 4-burner i C W. /
Wslters. Realtar
But of winner F.. $2S. Puppies I NICE PLEASANT CORNER ROOU an. 2-450. COLONIALTOWN !'n match this' L.AKEPBONT-Nen aaacrete Uock. 872 N Oraieee -
VACUUM UANER- Wetlo.1ouS i Hc small vilabl. 835. Mr*. R. H. Stafford Near bus, kitchen privilege Apply Exclusive listing. Call new washing machine built-in auk. 3-bedroom I
flO. : i possessian.
with S8SOO baas iaOr i
any sectOr kitchen.
1.n leather typist chain (as Qraca* City. _ _ I! to 483 N. Stunt_____ Mr Ohio, l-o 42. I have the kys tot- 3O-gal. automatic water heater. You Picture window ItORTHIAS'f-6-roort aonoipu 66e
I la ado on today a market. Nice let. Many
I COLLEGE PARK-Cape Cad ..tta Over 1 acre iaadscaped bath and sink draias.nished. ly 1'
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heater iron col. AU reasoaaj GUINEA PIGS-And white rt*. 1 ar j -BEDROOMS-Adjoining bath. will show >* J. A L. can have an insured title ta this foi
roam ; ,: i i iGhlo. 2-car sarate. I Invit you ta loot it and limit treea. 116 ft. white .
Ii IiI alal"ala 2 larse beorosina. dinliii palau Electric kitchen. .
147:555 room.
P I! too. Waauer. 44th and Orange first floor Prefer employed ...m.a Re S co j.t. property. Ttatal price. SHOO- Contact flat*
e-J2n._ roost, talcum. bask Silk iii. ever. Asker Peter R.sl'or 12 8. sand beach ea large lake short This is a daady at SM. ItsiebasoI
ASHINp"MACHINE M..t. Practically Biosoas. Trail.PAR'PB ; Telephone- 6308 "_ __ ANDERSON ST.-room homn...- floor; oak floors throughout large Main. 2-O786. oir.Harold 208 a Velltck Main sIlk| 7811.GRAND J.. Daniel tao,, from city and bus line gig.OOO I Bealtar 2-2S3J.
aew Telephone 8747. I I si' "S PUPPY-N ce pet for j LOVELY ROOM=Meala Workinggirl. I>, Ir decorated. Vacant. Trice 84256 aine. fireplace and gas floor furnace. DUPLEX-Clot* '.. Upper rents las for immediate ssle. C. P EmerUk.

.pack child. 1st house rear Jtmm '. Drive Home privileges. Very reasoa- Mr. Raider with C. P. BatrheloRealtar. -. Cypress construction. Prewar buili I per month tower far pew ...u. Fi raUbed Realtor. 818 N. Orange: 134$. NORTHEA8T SECTION

WiRJ-TUN---t.: one 4- In.! _Winter_. Garden Rd. ___ I able. Phone 2-023*._ 28 E. Washington St.: ..ae. One ef the better homes earner tot up and dawn. Fruit plenty af AVE. SCHOOL, EECTIQN i :KE-YRO T272Lake- twe bath fram* uafuraUaed- 3-b4rwaat laama.,

one 6-drawer: all seed eoadltjonWjnterPark POINTER-Fenial*:' 14 oaths Used LARGE, CLEAN comfortable double i i I !: with shrubbery and stately pines. shade. larcc lot. 2-cr garage attached Nearly new concrete kitchen.block 3 buasa-bedrooms W u.i.ad. TO Temple treea.buildings. I | This bom la conveniently tocsted s*
.r..e.: tjf-W- \ part of last season. Keen nose room. Breakfast pn..U... Instant I One-car garage. Price 812,000 OO. i wash b uae. etc. Really substantial law with electra Excellent building slta. I a fine neighborhood ea a Urge ewrar -
Eke Bartain Phone 24068. ; hot water 'ear bq. tn. Prefer bqu-I! ALTAMONTB BPBING3- Belles Investment Ce, 25 W. VkashtatB. property \t block tresi large lake. automatic hot water heater 817.500. terms. A. 1'. Davis. Broker. tot. Large linns

WARPROBE TBVWIC-3iarLmafl.be seen ilB Putnam f rf t-Pllrebrad. 2 month old. shipped -i ness couple Ph. 'i311. 1111 WlAn .. PhB 8513. 86000 casb. balance (It per month as lara,... C.Very R Emerick reasonably Realtor priced 810 atSIMM. 33 S. Main. Phoae SIJ8. Open 6ua- back porch enclosed toet

atw. COD your approval. toy fox :I New. 2 bedroom*. breswy. Sara,. !lena as you keep upper rented ..eI day 2til_ t. _, rtgHy motes another reaat. OeatrsJ
Mend: ay. andgalvanised I terriers rat terrier pit bulls Eos- I I 471. Rental Agencies ,, attached. 106x200 ft. lot. siiOfl. CITY--LIMITS- --Just cut "i"'T live ia lower. Nathias mare to buy. N._Orante: 434$. _ LAKE FRQXT HOafB-r-A beautiful I< bettins Iat with duct to SBi

iiiwA1 types pouliry.ard huh shepherd. Eskimo spits. Scotch '. terms. yrs. 2-bedraam ftsme. Nicety I Total price. 815.750. Exclusive. William EJi-HllOH Beaatilu: cow :1, home slta with goad home uadey i roam roes tha *ae g.>
screen. Also new ship- cellias, males 815. females 810. Al- 'II LANDLORDS- will supply yea ) bedrooms. Highway frontage. Same ', furauhed. Central beat Owner leavUs. Mtpiews with J D. Kalar. 208B black home. Immediate possesslm 1 uaatructli This is I high sinus I|, spore. tot* of electric outlet*. bs.e''.
steal garden seed fertiliser. Palmer ten KnUht. Fountain I no. S. C I IiSBlTSLaru desirable tenants free ef cliareeand i I furniture $ acre e| $ro.s. 610.500. accepting but ffr. S80OOHn- Msia: 2-4188 or 1811.I I bed roo... 9 nice lots. U.JUIt Howard. 1 location oa fine lake. The owner says way 54 salts tare. is. car saras*.

Tusedo Feed Store. _ I| and--Sunday obligation- R..afE6t1to yourvacancy. terms. : s..._Realtor. 15O B. Bebmson. 76ja DELANEY SECTION-New,' .... .. Eraser. 308 N. Main: 7323. It will be necessary to dispose of lh.a { Laise old ask tree*, aice lawn gad
iULCBIR.111W. 530. |I I Gardner Ag.a- I 1 AJtameut Office. Homer &.. CONWAY-BUTiGALOW rroams fur- 3 bedrooms. 1\* bstbs. Hard- fine home at oaee. Price U reduced : Undfcapla Pup ct beat Z
.vrntsiss.Lj4Cttruu. *
j _er __ t,. 29 3. Court St. Phone 2-4481. I I Mager. Winter Park -139t.. wood floors fireplsc Uuadry. attached HOLDEN HEIQHTS-la this rxjjtdiysrowiBi I',to 83250. McKclvey Broker I las ; S14JKW. Hrlw Q. Fredrick, :f t JT
front sad
1 I' nlS eq. i bedrooms; rear
TROPICAL FISH-Largest selection H"Jr.I Huckel-Q'Neal. H.slttt; 118 5. Ba- .d. aectioa. we are oKeruiF Orange. Dial 6188.
&-Swinging type. -HAVE RENTALS 83 aarai NIC .ta illor Central Arcade. _
-C i in Orlanda area. Aquariums SUPI I iasan dig! J-3733-; patches screened: l.re garages frame house with 2 ___ ,1 "It't Great ta Live la Orianaa.'*
i-rooni
steel blade. 8135Kaas I II Ii charge. Gardner Beat Estate 19 j i I plenty fruit; lane shady chicken Price. 816 OOO. Financing can b* arranged. 8 large < IANCASTEB PARK-\ alack east.
Stares Co.. IS .. Pine. Phone ;; Dr.Plies. rr.rr Coster Ave, J38. Winter: Rtdgewaad Prk. I I' South Court Street._ |I I ysrd: a nice quiet S600Oterms Buy now and have COlIC own screened porche Garage partly arranged i 1 Bungalow- rooms, f bedrooms.Nfwly .
i IIIU schemes CaN| for an apartment. 2 's NORTH
: Ssm Johnson Co Mtia. choice In color gt* paintedGarata.. large lot. nice SIDB EiccptiongRy aig at
1 i'STIIoI-CO..Pieteat.d : TOY TERRIERS months c1KI ;: 48-1. Beach Rentals i:,: APAIR SECTION-4">vly 3b.aI C COPELAND clii Brack SI.el| with Cbeatu Jenaiacs. Price 88-300. Another baa 3 rooms. laa Immediate posMsrioa. Near! 88300. this frame 2b 4raa IBM.
Home Great Dane.. 3 yrs. Bud pup I ream frame same ea a large land- PARK-Drs.itirstly 67 j N. Or sate: T234 ;i,l sleepint porch lane "s.rsje and a fcoree. firm 4 by ewner'leavuis .It,. will sell his
for Sum or i utility shed. Two lots. Price Si-MO- :;
Keanels. Leepsrd Corner Apop-i scsped lot. In perfect condition. Thi : aeighbarhead. Good
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Completely furnish >
AveWASHING I COCOA BEACH- PCBSDRSAD-Prsme cash ei* Johnsa Cs. 8JIMals
Co.. W. Boblnaan i buasalow home lo- J
430 _
". Machinery ka Higbwar.. | modern bums haa tile bath and kitcaen. very picturesque The third Is a black house of 4 ram ; I Wilbur iiickl050 49050.
i paw available. Phone I I I exclusive let. i, reams aad feath. Going completely 3-
rated OB high corner SECTION Faraished
standards 122k.hi I and bath. Garage readily coucetBleIs LAKE EOLA -
UACHPTES I'' tub
automatic furpac laundry 'I
fof Immediate. TROPICAL RH-4uet receded thorn _._ desirable features J-Ioe room. 1-bsth. music room very furnishe4 *t $590': S1500 gsh .. efficiency apartment One lot > bedroom home. 2 baths. Ample j jclasct _ _
.d.ljosr'4 'spinner OJ-laado type Appliance Ce. I'}< I largest shipment a| (Uh. plants 'II SPECIAL HATES at MasOls* Guest i I and 813.500 m'py with ether snip 83&8O rash reaiitred attractive living roam dining _III. will ",ndl.. Kiac Refl Esttt -3f I II > Price SC-000. AU three oa paved j I II space. Coavewieat to schools I I I ORWDj MANOR -lacom* aad 1f

.n, An. Pu! _. 4.37. and supDlics We can new offer cola Home. Sept., Oct.. ho.., block j I and balance at 4%. Ross Kay kiuhca.. brnseway to two-car gsrate.olar I,I 5.Chiirch,5.OPenJtidas. street. McNutt-Heasley. Realtors, 45 I II and shopping. 810.MO. Aaa Ge.dwia j jwith I 8 room buagtlaw. t sidngat. ak
!;_ ?! I the Itrjext selection ef aquatic necessities iieratonpiuaaddocraa. dial aysteoi. Central besting. Priced ', DCBSDREAO" SECTION-Lsrs* 3I I I Ibe"r I W. 'A'JtaIIIDtI" Herman Goodwin Joe, 671 K. i flaars. til* bath large Beans swam
375 !. Oransa; t
Aodersan.
WmSEa MOTORS ire yaur low in Orlando. C BUI. 1226 Nbiaska. *--, l I Broker; B. Copeioive. I I I > aad diala raeax -car gust WM
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.aplI.l0 : _. S bath bunsslew with Goose: 98J5.
AR1iI alea. ___
irYO for
LOOKING a 6823. I ;
cost rsnsoorlgtion. Kasy terms.payment. I, block Mills. | I 4-reass. apartmeat aba AH ih* aar
Motor coal clean pleasant place :, CT-O5B IN-Oaner must sell modern I II ;I loris Picture window living room 5K3ULAND LAKH SECTIOJi-New 3 LAKE VIEW Handsome Colonial :
E small dow" Whiazer quiet !I ALT $ ,-Hnlt. Havel under 818 Baa with terms. Call si*. Riots
lot loes1 -
.. I t spend vacation stop at Henry's I .u..t home completely furnithed. I i House fact pail course ,. ,1' partly fiirnubed hungatow. home la fine MtgBborhoesl. Upstairs ,
>*l Si.-A! !1 J your the msanaliBs. fIA 6 la_.. 82OOOI 1 I with Sumasoa-Ataia MUa4l 1040.
4_ : 41. Poultry and Supplies 150. Eatualy carptd. Vat aI : -k.
Pier. Modem clean cabins isapsd ,{ Splendid location 0004 mc.".. Ill :, ., o large lm tiled baM an 4 bedrooms, 1 tile baths- ,
need Sill
VOOD LATH-Uetal lath steel te* I II electrically equipped. Children I I 4-Room cypress collate 2 acre* I S.._ Central A... ,I, bUr.agas beater alice fn. Tai i* I II >. kitchen equipment basement central Downstairs 8re large living roam. Phase _ _
gad plastering msurial.; SmytitBailor BABY CHICKS, Baby ducks C. O. IXi I welcome. At Henry Pier. East end I new; roof. aw sarchcs. and tots i ---.j i I th* first offering a{ this hems .nd i I htauni plant. More land aTaUqaia. | room, scrtsned parch powder OEWWMAIO&-W.II built itaa*}
Cj. N. prjn' a.q Railrp.djfATER I i Writ tpr price U.,. DaHl Nichols af sp and wir. 83200. for qiuck 151. price I Is 11J.500. FredGsrreU. j jI ; drtjn5 residence with 3 biOeemg aM
of Eau Gallic Bridge. Writ ar wire Immediate Price 813 4sv rac *. kitchen 3-cai gsrsie and 5
A tired BHe of a hawse that wauldvespand CITY LIMITS-Frame 6 rooms and patsesiiaa. *
4 BEATERS -laVe.t--r 30 saL t Hateherpockmart.Oruroa. __ I II for reservatiou Lou Henry, P. O. ta kind tseatmeot. 3 bed- bath 3 bedrooms and partly furi Broker 44|| K. CantrsU fk6561 '',I terms. Haward Jones with, M. J. bedraoot ad full bpib set apart for large giaepina porch aenar aarck.ialng .

capacity. Immediate Or- I BROODERSrCHICKEK HOUSES and Poe 846. Sale Pallia. J"la.I_ I'I raonu. 3 sleeping porches. 8 acres. I i .1 : Paved street city bus. Only or 4328. Mats Bfakar, 134 S. Maui, piw&e grandma or guests. Fully furnished. parch Beg-MsG&l.and IH bathe A valawat

sa4e Appliance Co, HO M. Orange Fair further f9r..a- > sam citrus {7815.Altec ; '.. terms. Call Mr. Maarey with 0177. I SJS4BO. C._W. Walters Realtor, ft} 114 74. ReakMM. ]

4' ._ Phone 11. ttoa"caU Winter Pars: 3-2373. i 49. Business Rentals j McCoy with Sammi Frncisea.Realta King Real Estate. 30 K. Church; i i DUBSDBEAD SECTION tell built HHXCBE3T & ); -Kear-Kevi VJ.: Orange 6509_ ____ I I ILAKB M. Oraage. Paaae 4147OBWDf

MOVna far the home.. Xew* Prsde. I BABy CHICKS-Tuieda Feed Store. 'i __ I I *. Room 4. Central Arcade: 8435. adventure travel, fjnuea.Ba U. S- enproved Pullorym tested. I I90dW.hrc282r7335. ORANGE AVE.. NORTH-Business 4407. roiled slBiM porch. There U al'' attached garage: vgnetian biinds at- )'BOWT-Ttc.t time altered A UANOB-BfW 3 Itafaa'".

.stea4'. Camera Shop, 1039 M. _. building approximately 2.500 sq. i j CAMDEN ROAD 2400-Near Sanitar- course a larse Urine room with llre- tw fan- A lively home ia a perfect iambka bungalow which) leaves ktr I II (tie bath eemeat alack baqusklw.

Orsnge. .um--} __ BABY CHICKS-New Hampshire I I ft. floor',pe.ce. For rent or sale. Call BRAD3HAW TEKEACBV-2-bedroom lUlL Immediate passessian. 3 bed- lI1.ct..Atj1l six dining rums and l.nkucbB. tocatiaaj. Priced to "0... J. P. Mat- :I tie to be desired if 3 badioojna. I i Copper awmbia 8-r w"*** sod
Audrey Putman with fatjmpsoB'Slalph. I I loclll4i -, fruit Tb* bouts l U ia At} candi- tag. 45N. Main S8 9BVE3 baths a large living room and living j starste taams til BOB leUuP0
ATTEWTION Bt11tJ W. contraciaratrusaes blood tested. Wsrn feed. Ames 1 house. camRletely furaishcd. reams trees mealy landscaped. and _Bjoke| __ show
la Let Crtaed
I BiBid and ant Lee pots
-9 : 37 ft. span. Will sell Feed "tsre. 300 Well Robmson.Pnane ._Wctcslf .BWiT.._Phopl59-_ ___ i|i lag electric kitchen. Near school. tsis e. Basement luraac*. L>kviec. I iiaa floor just sanded. A well shsdsd tat wnb .. S.. Completely lurnished. BAich. maine quarters the mast e>- j ji aPrude.. aUaltar. 848 M
iraata. IMSUU- |
an or pan. Excellent eonditian. vjtealMemeni 9663. STORE SHuP er starste space lor stores sad bus line. Owner leaving S16.000 with 84800 daw" Wfita Bax ... ;" frame. Large attic- 3 large i elusive at lake with
tree paved .t.
f.4 PaU Elmer E. Bo-- I. BABY-CHICKS. U. S? PuUorum tested rent, Fer -further Muarmatioa pall ,,,. tosS Far quick **!*: 81150 with 661. Clennont..Phi.COLOIIIALTOWW : several ceavp.ieat Iruit to schaal. aa and City bos** ,,, screened porcfceg. Sun parjar- Oak I f Ur laadc Ded grounds below' gre poll: J-4SM-

ers. 86$. St4>fk. mmediste er futur deI I 8718. __ S3 250 csa. bs.*ac* sod terms. W. 1! 'YB"iT wm coot1: Enjoy City convenience fioorc, circulttiog; Iiipe location. I reaairementa-- Priced rearaaHciioa. -
tad h' H C. tags. *
Terms II desired ORAEGE AVI.-* bkWks OaW
acuo ; PAT SPECIALS-Army field I 11n rr. Feeds and poultry supplies. i iI STORE-Ai a efdc-OB M. Orange I! B. NichalsaR. B taller, H 3, Mm.I 101t':1 nw 3 bedroom fram* bunga with .r.City or utility txe Price I I Near schaals. re. t)3 &OB <' Babcpcli, Jr.. with Solon B. Tyre. IB. buagtlew- swwma. 1 aaaWaqM.larfg .
I alill.BE'JBLY $
JackeU fo* school work or play.IT I I Orlando '- 1 Store. Daal 2- 524. Ave under construction. Ready hardwood flaar tile bath cf SSS-sa includes Urge electric hat ,, :..ar4. Bro er. Sin N Malp: Y3 ': Realtor, 1.3 W, WashiafUa. 61.14.I let: me* lecliaa. Baule aeejny. -
value sale price f 1 85. Uorgan's I Ii-H- -RED-Barred- bBa 4 'Ich about Oct. 1st. See B> a: Bra.n, I attached gsisie. Price 811,259. litMf- water hester Hrlw Q. Fredrick- fVAKHOB 8ECTTION ExceptionaHywell must b* sW 516.808 tecew.

Islvgge gtore. 4 E. Chufch.JTl nd Bert Rock chicks. Your I LII ,.n,. Av.- :I ai terms, pbau* A. T. "Buster" Caiter. I 118 N. Orange dial 8188.. | built home. Large living foam I. LAKEFRONT bedroom 3 Ia.jec. leo S 3 JVMgvOBWIM
HOMBV-4
SHORES Qrwia MaaarI 916. Jamersaa
!Slt Carter. sick
' IT at the store peat to 95 per 10O: assorted. S3 95 WAR HOUI. WAIITSD-Morealia I at" I with fireplace roomy kitchen I I bata nicely furatohed- Living MAbOS-3 belmame.
- Uurpoli Office. VUnd.( PurnLtura per }00: pullet S500 per 100 Ka j Salvage Stare. 46 B. Church StreetPhon I I Sectlaa. New 3-bedroom_ builder... ia Beator12! 8._12510.I p p4lI-New." liiaf ream. with tile dram tap. i bi reamg with r am, *screened parch. 8- ar sgrgg los aertaaa. 1VUttai bs.

clocks ntimies" brass and cap culls xto t-er ao leghorn. J;j'sChicks. 6790. I this select area.. A. I.ltlproll4" te I I, COLONIALTOWN 'farD1:- : breakfast t-ai electric ,: large closets sleeping porch basement ; Barbecu grill boat dock beautifully roe**. 2-
16?. electrl4$ and auta parts, many w N H.POSTCARR this City has this his'dene first himself name ,here.Yau gtlow. f bedrooms. kitchen. Occupy en*. relit the other oil burning furnace register in landscaped 83 ft. iat. Take it an for some term, law* wt*

|t er Items, new_and_ J1 ted.CRPLUS ._ ; far- free. circular 50. Wanted to Rent wilt in be pleasantly surprised t* and dining roe_. Hrdw tI floors far S7a .0Dt Sll. BaulsMB sack roam 2-cgr garage Corner RototL. SO.ON.'See Mr. Stewart with Harold Oeaduta lac477 W Ovaw,

'( Equipment sale. Citrus op famous Blue Ribbon sero-bleod-| Attractive kitchen. This U one of BaltorJN2a32.: 1 lot. See Everett Wells with Shepherd Realty Ca. 20 B. Wasbiaf-I
. find Btrd-to- ftsturcs such **: the nicest Pride. Realtor. 68 N. pranga: ;
arranged home Orlsnda
mod ilt 88eVTEDO
Wtihcf tad poluher. One Par-Rue test4 chicks Blue Binban JUtchcrr, APT. OR uOcSE-Frniijled. built ton St Fhgne 5l1 tectktwi A*.
; select opt floor*. Jol1WaapU. Life sad II right with DUBSDBi"inUGfIG.'f4 WH t-4i. i ._ I famous Oaten
priced
; (impield caiher and polisher pith I I Dtnt jS._A llants._O*.__ IpO.T | ern. clctn. Quiet retired couple.Qovoramalil ar Time roof. sluouaum window* and stale term CaU Mr. Mo..y rssaq-today. frame Bunialaw pn-..f ca children pet K41.JY-SCHOOL
';ank. malprg and ,lt p'r's Capacity BE LIFT QUT-Order Till man. aa screen with tub* sills. There is a I I King Real Cburcb I Tile root This I Bungalow i LAKE KILLARNEY SECTION 437 5 Idol lush gisfta v* etab** IMS tv
tUut 3&& boxes daily Suited to anyetpress chicks; new. l-k* O' Th Weeds panic Desirable tenant ruht. Permnent plc*.-. ,,,1 |ovly, till* bsth, screened porch fad J 8435. "Open : i.rO. f. ; : house has been a'II .:.tDd.C Hnfurolshed, i raosu. 2 bed. 4.akeiew Ave. Opea far Poul la- foe ftower Slevtrt Uet **>
for Garage.hepf
shipping or truck business.MtBBiactared I: Cbick Ca % mflf nerih o( MaitUBd, i Pay Iii overalls The large lot taQicclx ted Inside. hss cool cemfartsbl rooms. 19 large citrus. i spection iadir tram 2 t* 6 p m. Yea sepsis taxwgk ham fraat nrtaartarUalaa
Sfrage.
by the American klartbmtnr Hwy 17-82. Jhaiaat,_Baom 320.. San. Jua'l JJoteL iAFABTMENT i c'.eTt4 sad ly landscaped. !' CLAY ST.-Block noffa et Fwuback scrreutd tract porcb. lf ia' raeatj gvboaL bug gad states. t9W.terms I will like this well cooslructcd laneslow well. so aama &T ba aWaNarta. >

Ca. Qrlgnda. Can be Lien :I -3 or 3-r_ furnished ;i Price SIS OOO and can be well Iiaaaced. Vacant double apartments. 4 reams dialog roam, fcitcbea sod tao cam; Sam Johnson Co 2O8 S Msia- > located ia this be atlful. autct j ji *dt* at T* aTaad L. llnaBiaker.

at the Wgftide Packmf Hpusc- Mo n| I 45. Apartments torRent i or unfurnished prefer 1st floor. IConsider I Barlow 0 ,...rlf Ul each. Also 6 room and bath earner fartael ..d... II.UI between wish (41.5T8C94OQfSPCT1QS- -Lsf;e i aad convenient section. Mr. Rids Oriede.ri_ t

g fhfa.TWINSIZE! ) .- I I sniall haue. Pefmaueat prsnje. Dial 81S3.i M'j'I Ilot. Term Avenue.S*< Uu*" Inauir' 1831* a aaad lxd. scrtentd .vlc* porcb- raemf' home. 7 room and SUB I wljl b* en premise tw bits you. i OGLESBV Avl -f ba-foe. .

box soring ari4 mattress.Excellent ANDERSON ST.. 1000 : Bedroom | hiinirpoJa4e.aQafrS1sr.PARTMUTIe ._ ;i "|fs GrUb to Liva in Orlando." <, .- -- There is a iwo car ssrat Owner porch. 4 bedrooms full bath-tow I Lk.ie Av*. t* 3 black wt at { ceuret Mat( soaotey.iolOIS 0
rnditon| Synday er avaings. kitcncn.3 bath private entrance tMCBer* wauld desires te sell ia lb. very seer futui* | er. Semi-bath Corner location. Orlando Ate ruaain aarta from auat wiadowa, )

S34 Citrus.4.4rtjrIes ss>. rlttiftcu Adulu 845. month like to rent apa'tmcat. Ba* 68 kuOt. ..1 fer business reasan Price 885aa.UBfurBishd Extra nice lawn and shrubbery. Mewroaf. I $irba5lo. Rabt. U Pryd*. 5o11.r, I II 50slw8. Pslca. 8478 SUM_ .

.l'fl 10 !UL- ___ __ SStir.APARTMKT. i oLQVIALTOWN-Cuatelll 3 bedroom furnished or I CITY LIMITSrooms; and bath f I I er 810-500 furnished. Lt targe lot. Extra good buy.Iliao. l fa N. QrnIeUVIJ44ISTOW balance site par meat* A. C i iBeaker.
Wanted tb ualll'-1 year old. Real and clean. Owner us show you this uaiMiisl 4ettie and terms. Saot JoBOion Co. 203 till K. Osiaaae Sac. s
f CLOSE IN-Far working ,ul.) ham* QB HOUSE -. Yr I nisned. oak flaar. Ills _, .I
head of with called north will tell at a loss only ; Jolt make its on affer. 5e0. fBr a. I ATE.. EAST (ciase u> 1 1I 14,10.54 aadslPaiai WtMMOBWDJ was..
around :. caildrea: deal sense,
privileges! utilttus: reaaable. 8ip) : .OIIP ao sv money '
, olsil kinds sew; Uu ,. research) departmeat. Crown Can Ca2 ieit5IquatVernonAvve5us. j 13950. See kfsrk will) .aule Geetlia. II I BosityCsb.25i= ._ *MaID.ct AVE B -See (ais modern I -Two story frmg dwelUaf. Hardwood Closed Sat spen 10* _ _
:1 1 1to I _. :.____ .1II.1.tai i I Blter, In M. Mop; 2-1464. I 1
Ins macaw*; anything you bat bedroom sss or electric stove and I DEPOT-HOSPITAL SECTION 3- bwigauiw. Completely ) floors circuiatiag oi| beat. I MAKOR-Ham* sad 8MH8aaartauBC
.n. Sfwell-Tharmoad Furaititr I|I CLOSE IN-318 S. Lake St. Delightful opt siersiar. hat water. CaU 8861. COLOXIALTOWli. roams washia sine, frame. 4 1I..r_.. 1H bath. wisely farnufesd. Including utit-! bCTttooms. Campleteiy *larwlaaed { tVaijatM VsaggTad

C..74W.PioeiL., p ial4t_ .n&_ efficiency first floor. pnvatf entr during business boms. cl b..'.'naish".d..dlll Good 1_.., _.i"lltl I livtnj room and porch. NIC *,' Sad. 818 SOft with Immediate pqsaes- i ciudlnc sanders kltchea equipment. dan bam *HMS8M> S88J8Waprtmat
pUtt CHAIR-ExcwU V Cheao (orcon. >ace_aj d L A llts--_ i I Owner 110 N. Bye St. --I COLONIAL GARDENS-Uodwn punaalow j place. Completely fqraished Well { slaa..C. P. Shumway. Bcaitor 1 43 IfOraage i Everything is spin and spaa. Also inI!' Lars laadsaw M IW

Call 8458.31AMQVDS. j I JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL-1 and : unusually lag;. reams. Tile ; lsndtcsped. Producing bave-tbe-av-I : 2318ifsSiWu ? j eluded estate aPsrtaJrat teas rooms mast critic buss tan

_eldsaid. 2-room apartment availabl Sum- I City -(Ver QrsmmarSchoo.li. i porch cedar lined closets, 3 sleeping era*. income 14;. Wh.*lr with C. OFFERS -BlQlCfU i I furiushcd. Far loll' psrtlculgrs seeS tb* cabin af tals araaajl __a

vatcbea. Jewelry I Star rU: __ APARTUWT-IlJBJilSRSD-- Modern 3-bdroao cot- I i I room Possibi cottage far rent with i iI BDavis.. Realtor.: 4,1 W. Wsb astaa: i the least. 10-reom house 3roomcqttsit. Vafeows Agency Efaltoc| }l g> $15 000. Mr Runes wilD

" BtrtL.Jswelec.Highest 32 csso W. price.It.l. 101 I'I :JEFfERaON ST.. 1M9 t-Lately Settled business couple aa fhOdrcn. I; use sod with fi-ft.I Iat.screened Ouly porches 84MB. term ssrst j jAvil I I alterations. Large corner tot. Worth 7809 :!' About 'j acre of laad with I gaurch 88 :,Phane, <833. __ 4i119f 'i8$4Ae.l

lrg canter. I room efficiency I i: Investigating* at 111.500. HastingsRtattar DUBSDREAD Golf. '. Psfsdit OVerlooking (, chicken ftow.rs.fruit. ..LKEFROMT-MAI3.AWU One at CAU.Ssoar
FRENCH 1 OVure small tp'rta>'Bt. Bt v te ble. Allen Johnion. Realtar. I, I cari run. FINE
DOORS--I pair. Size 3-6"
x I I bus 88 weekly. ; S3 Vj B. Central Urf4. sides. Fully tarnished Orange County s truly beautiful
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| apt bsJ. e' m. Pies** "' Inc.OsEIw3 fair... Attrsctlv .11.11Q1ftJPt Strati en : tarnished Bans*
6 6uB- ItO N. Oran 8S2. SpcaUisnf| ;:
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ef = H37. i Itwu for by poll lakefront 'enstes Ideally aiti Lat IMall
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... KJ3SI11MEE Sice .roam cffi- Mrs Rabisea at 5158. Saturday i Hamts home. Spaciaug Arranged guests macbaa Keao
closer apnmnt Child neiciuLe.LAKEFRONT I aiarain er all day Mandaf. I I.i COLLEGE PAR$ SECTION-A Trrr isaxifiSl' prafuslan .ot palms pod : Present ascupsat avcrtied over i oiled oq ?00f af the fish ; UkeBrancrti *. Fric 8728 W K arms. nooa
WK.'ITUJrs-u.d. Starts tec base Phoce 5163 Kusimmee. nice ham** in hesrt of attractive! stucco buntslaw""' with > shrubbery Dosca fujl-beariBx citrus i S150 month Sail season you bats to Ceatral heat 2 bedraamg. Estt J4S. Ora.eo_AleriECAiTIk

sswing machines. Call before 104seO. I to... Veu'U be well pleased vita i: Spanish tile raaf oak f1_. fixeplgcc LUtea llvlnc roam 'i2'n5V. 4 bd- ; see this to appreciate It. Make a- 1 fili-tilj'd bath and many, many fee- : Two bqdr.BMtal I roes.
W. pay ,.p" prices. Sewelkrhurauod APT9 room Phone the locUoa. the hem and tile I UVIBS raom. dining ream kit- rooms.: 1 bath tiled floors Furnsc I I Iht Mr. Harmon with C B. I turrs. Price sad other details la al- reef wnturwaaad.btock o4

Furniture Co-. 72 W. Mae County 33-B-22_ APT.Mrrym for bride soon Cal and 461 roam, exteastaa to be..1 price. H. W. Moor with WglierB I cba- breakfast ream service pch.acresied J Th beau I* furaished. Aa *pI I tUTis Realtor. 41 W. Was>iaztaa: | flee Guernsey and tIc.... Beslt.rs.I | te bus sod Mere lore meoe

t. WJKTER PARK-WO 8. Qrl.ndo Av* 2 er 2-6402 nights and Sundays.APT. ts. R.*ltor,: 117 S _prsas I front c- |Ito bedroom proved halos. Asking |li 000. T.rmt !i 780KALET' I 4196 le*. 24 assarted MMm Oeaaa tfgL

GOLF WB.3-.Ter1bsn4pds41s4y iroom. biJ1 ktdwn. JUpette: I sad both with" one c$r fr***. ( srranped. V K Jaa. with M. fMo SCHOOL SECTIOX-Modern. LAKt ltOLA F bTockl U Sealer i electric aama. 5$ I66. 8*
_ club*, fbopa 2-2674. .... :_ :___ : !; > _J PR HOUSE-Br Orlando cauBie. -! There- also a well built three room : **, Bfoker, }32 8M.i: pb.a furnished. 1-IIa"JPOtli fcnjijttesj Highp* ; l fafDUae4. Lewerflaoc Hiary. Van**. I wH
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OLD WUiHR; PA BE-UvlM room bad- I 2 ctiWrea. PefatsotBt. COLLKGI; PARK house: which can be used as rental j 6877 Huge bring room. excellent heatinrSTstem. -'6 rooms: 3 bedrooms Upper Charca. Pa.6H __ _
COLO-W hl hwt price | _
;: far diamonds* aid nay said witchet. I i room, "ab; pnvate eBtrance. Btlltties II 1ietr5' .H n4bti, ..3l64 4'H- j j! xaperty. bnasiaa la a nice lurom T PELAKSYncsooi.. SSCTKMJ Modi i 6h... rroi(. Qarmge Paved ,, two apariveptg. Newlv PSiaUd taslde PRINCETON sort tsJ ,jaataaasavfamianed.
waken ,..Ir.. teeth paiq.. Ho caokUg-' Adult no j I. Wear Stores' Masonry -.. "his; property ca he bought with a I ern. completely furaished- bedaairkly Street 88864 asked Bargain hunters.cgU and ant yew fumisaiaiS adaed Wlr* 1 bedroenj. frame ba .
*!'.aa4i Sens. nil M. PtsM3 :First floor- 385 B. Lfmaa. ,l4. APT. WANTED for policeman andwOf. I lI..a.I.it.. brsfst ream.lrs : OjlOO: payment and the balCQLLEGX rooms. oisclras kitche.. .tt host. Ji er Smith with Henry Burch. 8}. I I condition. 2-car garage, plcavy Irull 51.001 alas 10

34.ROOU. _ _ No ctuUreo. B4 PC's. Batherffag. scrcsBfd porch and l-csr frMe. *- csa be paid (a city I slopes sod bus. This should tell I 8M-L- I Ideal location. Home sod lacome. echoiC. sad huepled .
mCE) :UACHTKES and .U..I 84Q Umi'{. Pipu* paIl 'lf06: j meathly InstaUmsats. Far ".rtber at 6S75B. '.nns. LeraBiaker fjip. I Owner transferred. Must a* gold. < .
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Get prices. Check ; : 815.750. term Sam Johnson Co.. -
details
H IS. call J-31SS. p. f. BraU : AN. Brown: i-un' nlt.j
: sos store: not water pet : With concrete Mack capcity Fsaay. Uerm \.
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U g. lIsts et 4111.1 fsiesr School*. AttractIve whit* Ca. 2083. Mam.
.ECTONAI hf.iise_soitth al Gatha stare.__ APT- OR HOUSE-Furnished t frm* bHnnlaw tbat .ss bulit; in Bealty ___ PELAb'BV 8?.. 1635- .3 bedfooas. I {, cssement .lu40_. Lot S xTkti660 > ; *. Cscfcssw wJSa
C BOOKCASE-- I cedraoms. for nuddlea cd car appear: izisalsted: fo jrplcmbia 1180 daw* C Got4e$. tai Motcall Oldq. PVb
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}3 inches high tap sod pas* 3 state POW occupancy modern efficiency pufttirApt." 2.EFFICJENFV No children or Pt* er parties. Quiet. 41. J bedioojB I scr*.Bd porches.5il5c.hi4 ., :: *. rugs. Venetian blinds la- Broker. j3l| H. !. Ave incur *k r. _

MasLKj'iMwWf *f'is.-4b91._ j I ll jkeDiiICrst, _ I Ii iw'ru. 4 5 .Bad Mills $1t4.{ I J JAPT. I ( rss. Mrs Mi8.124IOQ. PABK-Small block canttructiea. ;' eluded Fruit and ah.... oW L I UaiUaad nnilerpass Winter park. i LAKE Et7HST-

WE 897 used furniture. Csn us before 3bedI! modern .&tIbed= DUPLEX-Mew 4-rooa cb SP rt1mgBt. Open Sunday AVE 80* LosS
I -Suitable for business I I'woman 3. Clear Lake). Rambling type fARK LAKE OBJ
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511us$. Orlando Furniture Ca. i er tBUk>tt4 eoupl. C U ; oa HOUSS-Just usrried. Permanent. I room bungalow on large landscaped room five room bouse Huh hISS i'I Pear mans I I::*. Livs to !,' Samethl Spatial! af baa etd U tsa*. **aa4b baa*

t .M88JWff. *'* *'' ChWft' P1>8P* I 4892 )' $ Sentinel-t*; eiaulercet&O I lot. Abundant closet space floor screened perch. ttchd sarag aadfaU ane lrua lefathtr py aut propffty. LAsTE TJEWOwner ,traBxferred out bwbedraoB assUwtGuetev* ua r esa. 1

I I 'I II II UtnU CsO 4UI, Ext. .1LI II I jAPT. ".CI. .TU. parch bgth and 5itchendritna. tiled bath pncbd at only 89.750. I immediate J Cheap fo i al Cli;. Say sell mi coo coa- I 2-hedroom. porches furnished affered home with aalyti | *. lIe ui UM ar l8 p4
: screened for
< WI BUY DU1IQSD3. oidltoU.: sir- I I I RENT "pff'o responsible f8u-PIe'rr .-Employed Couple; n* peta'; 13-564., furaitur ca be Cow b* fissured with' small dawapsymeat quits sale. p. D. Ttrter, Bia tr.&lJL < gretgblack bamg. well Incited: Urie .N6 en good terms dose ia ste-res erfesald percb heel tar slaMaM.
pn leweln slid s8IIq4idUdt13l I,I "lr ; fI'( child 3 years About Sle per Dlllll a. . Phan6236 smel by* Ill 6 nite communay. i ieral
CU 3M>* Meffat with O- P- Swea :!
.. L.alf.. pIuIrsI estemian 21.APT. EAST SIDE CoaoTeUly furaUhed. .rla: 3-bcdroams: tale kath: aik I tree Immediate tea. Breskfsn napi J-***
orange *
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f WILL BUT: rewev.or ti* four EFFICIENCYCiase' ia. clean refined ar Uause. 2 be. .'. furnishsd We have other 3-bedroom homes ft.r 'hours.COUNTRY Pipe. pop 5JI3 Of -48oO beautiful bom*. 5 lets. 8.3008 gash f,.; studied ft>*z*: 7i' I.nso\ tot Harlow O. Fredrick. Broker, 118 Belles sss. KttcMa* *

its, I;..|. Call Kin* Bi ildinr gndmberCamaay laformatiaa. 21t W Amelia. $70 limit. '-Kewceoibcr fimily'* listed with down payments ..tartt. : will banGs end 875 per month will Venetian hliadg ipcisded All for N Orance. Phone 8188Jl'g eluded Ceaveauatta sod .*i torIled.
: telephena *2t7TLL I II with osaftadip Statiaa. 2 caUAfea.CaU ., at S3.aa.. which w* irs sas4 ;i 1C* you waadtrfat plgc (4Iie.| Batd 812. 00 Oft terms 'See Martin WOliams. Great Ta Lira {a Orlnde.is44K9 Von Inspection and I:
46. It.uies far Kent a-3278. U thaw. 7. Naqi* Smth.| ,. B 01514. Realtor. 21 West WaahIq"'tt@i tall faa Btr L eaton
C ?4V$3oh far piadq; *piaet. I I CLUB SEeTION-X.v 3- I 12. a. M.!.. 6911. | I'M' 8104 $tisr. Ssplioc 63wFpri -
bki ,rnd. 1OO upright Irwin I' HOUSE Apt. FuinUhcd. 2 er 3bedraajB. -
COTTAGE raom furaished at 333 er Allan jahasaa. Reattar. 149 V. bedroom borne. Msaary. Just *emnleud. '
''8t. > 'f, Wrrta Birger Wesler, Cily suburb .:AdultsMa EAST SECTION-pn a "1, 1.Dd- LAJiCASTER-Near. WelFji '
J' t Ohio Ave.. ilL Cloud. Fla. Near or ange. phone 8612. "Ss.cislitng 0..1 .,uW l. madern. well built. LAKE TBONT*DUPLEX Perfest 1- CASTLS-New awaw. *
n., "u.. Lakl.J>d.Tutt eereiic. Bos 60 8-Stsr. iO-foot tot. Bpaciau kiln raazed. nicely built aesac. lu furajshad fjua
pets $
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and schools. Winter rate SSfXsd
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.1, lake town ::85.JlII' I yea's eld. J bedrooms and tatiou. hieh l clas re io Bi f'l sctlaa. except far rooms end balaFarfb turalibga. !
dupee.pplf I HOUSE 2 lurnished.er from Owner rliane sun range. gs 94v tSW
months la 4 bedrooms
I $65. 6 or sleciiin* porch. Den (qr S1B I* bed 8laOO. terms Cica. SIt103w tie beater fuel aj heater and tea- $4200. see U if you aVt Mtartb
: Oil and \VefldriiEL !I 0_lied. 333 DM> Av5ltio.4 1st floor ap'ruDeut, 4 t4o ispharut CITY .UhIT6-Botath- locom praaertr : roooil Attractive Stripe >*. ..ufuellla. ? at_85f9Ilors2-1l70.! han blind Has twa aira bedrat.au, th* Prte. aiikg as Mar.

joa4.UOUSE ClOSE.nf-HllkL., 17; nag t-hed- 3-bdradm nomt> veacUaB I .. Oak fleer*. Cdiaplris ba'Ji J.AKB DOT SVCTIOW-U300 buirsthU : tile bata with shawer, tilt dr5iis la i Owner l* Vla* city poSy IInp wdall

: OIL A full tank II safer. I FTJRKISHED HQMS-3 bedrooms. 121 j jmftfltbs HEEDED-School (eacher. to rosen; tile balM: level screen blind electric wsteg beater. grg* and extra latsteri. 18 (rait tree*. ;' clean furnished buagSMiwIt's !, kiteaea. pak gad pane f>oer* A err S.via.Tuqltar, *4 WCoDL W66cppnnqr4 -

fnaa* 8021 Rave your **nk filled. st.k*. 84. f. p. I 3-eedteaw $uai6k.. '. Pay gMui parch**: *str| 'Urs tot. xaa* bust-1 Bgrtmtat la rep,. Must sea this and togd It's aol traric4 "* $1 i' small but egcepeatiy lacated. nka h* se-Pric* aaly $ii98. Can i
A larger tank Insures heat on'coldest j 168) J rental and give toes ta Breeurli.Firnaiua. nets Betty Treat Evgas. Broker i week. N* regtaasal. affa rafutaaPw SOO. Call Ray N'anoa wIsh Jo*11:71'i Fruit trees r riMf aU,;a 382 M- j Audrey Ptttaaa with ltimpoot4to --

..r.ces. McCrsv Pied ou figritc*. ,. Pax (7 a.atr. 341 IT OrUMo 44a- Wiatsr Psi* III. I *r, Jilt P.l. Bears Bcsltar, &'. Tia* | Ar'"i I..Z4. $ *. Mitcglf Bla|,, fbaas Wl. I ( t ;% *p3


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1 Ut H; "Srntittfl-g'tar I 51. Houses for Sale I1L.Houses I for Sale I 152. Groves for Sale 51. Lots for Sale j 156. Business Property for Sale I 56 Business Property for Sale |I 58. Real Estate Wanted 60. 'Business Opportunities


I. FLORIDA I f WL T PAR-e of the hand WORKING MAN'S SPECA Well ,; APART ROUSE 6 nice apts 3060 6Q FT FLOOR SPACEFor I WILL for modern PAY $500 home DOWN 2 bedrooms.-$45 month Box MOTOR COLRT Abut ', a- -i

ORLAND. sme .torI hOus. that aflords built. 3 front : GROVE-Here I rOa'opprult7 to .' PRINCETON AVE.-Large corner lot. guest rooms nice location manufacturing or warehouse Southwest i fronting 750 Sect on U 8 H n

I SE. 14. 1947 I living comfor wit porch garage 12 orange trees. One I buy a erve lke. near school on bus-line convenientto I Every room spotless and near railroad. $5.BOO. Cave- 42 -S-Star._ ways 17 and 92 sUb about tame

its four bdroms. two b.ths; re block to city limits City facilities Full ..o trees will .tr For quick sate. $12 n.ctly frrnished Income $45O mo n.u"b. Realtors 43'I i I PARTY ready to close deal wants frontage on nice >abe w.:: -.

51. Houses for Sale and two 11.loe rom. sunroom countJ taxes It's the best value on lo return on Investment E.rl Tire Realtor. 1 Tcurot s.s. jus ahead. This is a --DuPx-U-"IU I|I I Orlando real estate that will pay sand beach Thc are 4 double co-

on almost an acre plot. with market at $.1S. terms ltE fruit For ful p.riculaa Wam.tn. 6174. money maker someone 128.0 T AU I good net revenue Want to deal with tases with 2 extra books in rartatne

PARK LAKE In choice tine fruit trees sprinkler system. Asher Peter. Realtor, Main. I see L Bryant i i with S1OOOO cash balance 110 kitchen equipment included Wall !I owner. Give fell details to Box 57 S-ro a bungalow a isis.: -

'. one AVESU best buy in two car garage with mania rom 2-0786. Realtor. 21 West WashingtonStreet. TERRACE Beautiful building at 5 r interest Ser .<1 beating units Venetian bUn. steel :! fi1/-_ ice *tM M restmuram lull! eg'a.pscg
acUoo t Handsome kitchen equipment Included Pbone 8106. PAL i Harold Shepherd Realty CO. 20 windows. tile Extra ,i PROPERTY to sell or'' .
sleeping porch I atr lake view and lake fronts Attractive clement I Ii I HAVE YOU On tauto 01 p rt-tisM manaserrc'by -
and large bdrom. $11.5OO. partly Price $26.50000 with terms.Call I prs Carl Tegder Developer. I Washington St Phone 5124. fine location close to schooL These |i I rent Southern Classified Real Ea- the owner Uu should ne so.I : .

lurlshe. Rasmusen with C.ve Dana Humpfer with Harra- I j HALL BROS. OFFERSBuy I GROVE AND 'HOME-Beautifully located 31 Or.ne: 2-0442. I I APARTMENT HOUSE-Well located, i i arc new and nice They will earn you';! tate will be featured on Sundays 1 I OOO 0$) per year rrire $44 ooo it
109 E. Pine I
More. 2-36. house with lawn 15'on your Investment See Craig October 5-12-19-26. November 2-9- '
n.lh. 4308. I runningdown I SUMMERLIN STREET-Sine lSbx well furnished Construction pre-- with S3O.OOO cash and balance ar
PRINCETON Rulon.SCHOOL SECTION WINTER PARK. 2354 Temple Dr.- this on first showing or some to lake and large shade trees I i iBearing ft. Price Can P. M. Van I war. Properly priced. ge.ooo.oo will 1! with Hampton Brkr 531 N. Orange. I 1' 16-23-30. Send description of your I!I ranged. Bette Inveatssrm Co 1W

2 bedrooms bath living room, dinIng : one else **:i. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths I grove running back fro' 19 with 12.5.. Realty Co handle. Exclusive Prescott V: Steele ., 5013j property. We'll suggest an ad with' WasfcUwtco Phone *513MCTAL .
Lovely 5 room home on two expensively
landscaped Iqts. Shade tree room front screened porch new and beautiluily furnished even 'f j r house and boroenng second 'Ph 23155.wn O. : BrokerDiIJ8-lO08': 45 Wet Central. | I price tor your approval Every ad I
electric snore and hot wa- Spinet piano O.nr moving out House has 12 rooms and 3 baths j MAIN THOROUGHFARE heavy published in one or more ot above'
lront side and rear. Fruit bearing tel heater, .utom.tl the- State and Will sacrifice for $14.- I' furnace he.t This estateis one PARK Lakefront lots. APARTMENT uDtRnti re1 1 tales will be reprinted without chare :>: VENT AWKINO Irs- :--?
eletrle
also Large bedroom Near completely furnished. rer r.tOn 750. Call Mr. Sun early Monday I Ij I of the ec this section of the ]blUan and KUlarney Also nice- deor.l. 0 I I New 2-sJery concrete in Fall Catalog ol Southern Properties I I I now atatiabte let establIshed: buns *.-
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school and on bus route. Can arrange I 17 Ed- for retired couple | tr.fl "Southern Real Estate ftrsu Individual capable
once. cash and assume j morning. county. Price $55 OOO. Cavenaugh sn.de nea Orln AY Write or of
liberal ter. Photo in show gage 15.0 payable $50 men per |I Realtors 43O8: |I -' R.lOr. Park i i to stores Priced at $12.SOO this property Mock owtMbng floor, double front ', Desk New York Herald Tribune selling Md Installing awsunc job in

.ndG. at 29 W.sho.tel C.l month. 170.R Bailey. Realtor II College P.rl-You've been waiting for j 1 Ave N. Winter Pak ph 573 o.. will net better than 10'. o Investment I i 1s Inc New York City 18_ the aoBtb
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Moriarty with Homes Joe ... Rator. Hi E. Morse Blvd Phone Winter I I tl bdrom brik bungalow oa i GRO\-3 acres I .I.n. 25 in grove. 441-W. ; Kteslmmee.. Owner.iSa.APARTMENTs. 209 E P.r St.. | store room 3v'x40' .It high ceiling LARGE LOT-Edge of city or reasonable Our product Is a aew all alumn.uai

81.hPn Park_286 01 see Owner on premises !, a 6'xl3. In..n dinette i i tr.c acres young; j 1 distance bus available rasa ventilated awning with rho.ie: m

ROBINSON AVE.-At KentuekJ. S E. WINTER PARK-Lovely large'ramS-j'I shower [ exclusive listing Only $11.- WINTER PARK ILt Knoyles1 1 units Nice section | and garage rear. 2nd floor. !< deal principals only Box 64 S-8tar color in Staked on enamel :. ->>

comer. 6 rom. b.th p.rr ling masonry bungalow of recent I screened porch laundry room IOt 15I 5. >a cash M. Tnsner .It J. Temple Drive Iton walking distance. $2.0. Better i I suitable for all type of bu irrsrle
furnished well landscaped 55 . 15 143 PoPe and homes
eletretJ. construction 4 2 full-tiled I I with Matt M.U home bider see than lei return ; nw4ern large bottled gas. ctr flowers. $5850 16'x3O' bdroms beautiful I I 1 I citrus trees and palms Priced at $11.- ; GROVE on Urge lake 37 acres with : Winter lots as low as $25. O.n. 12 E. Gore 8O35 .q.rr.i 59. Out-of-State Property Early shipment and tow exprr-i rates

cash b.th floors. Lot rOm. OOO for quick sale CSOOO cash. ba<- 'home 1865 trees. Warm : 1/3 b.l.n in sman APARTMENT BUILDING clean bedroom both '' frog factory to dealer tx lusivseiliac
seU. c.n mUYp.yment. L hh"'r' 40 ACRES Oklahoma. $175 con
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16'xlS' 2: like rent. Mr. Boone will show I rights in assigned
SECTION 7 room fruit ance Includes 465 seedlings 40 years : 3 I i terr'ir5I
SOUTHEAST trees, large double o Utl. .vl' furnished apartment rooms. !I $60O Mrs. HudnaU. 2336 E Jet fer' ,
house. 2 lot*. Convenient aho1 workshop and laundry Requires i I
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5529. Or- ant installations
bus. Furnished about cash to handle : 3 M.I. O.nrs. bedroom ultra modern I'
(1ulrc. .tors. possession. 2635 110.00 .mal I I Hall Bros Agency. Realtors. 112 I grove acres I j ange; 2-4551. I apartment tile bath and shower, u OOO 00. C. K. Weems with Startle Small Investment require to salt
Immedl.t en4t:96.Guerner: a.d Orange Ave. Phone 5189 i GDEVA-B.r 4'1 I 60. Business Opportunities ,, only thaae
i capable of fwanr.naoeal.
S Shine Green Realtors. i iI I N'I \ electric, ".ltd Close in large i a
629.SUURBF.me brand I Sdl1. Ir.pfrlt. t.ures I I 2 LOTS- with large oak3 I Priced to'|' WUMasss, Realtor. 21 Washing- j and prusaeuaa-. sales an-
bungalow I Approx.tel orn l. b .Uo. We I I
WINTERPARK-Beautilul lake front i 10 1' .r ; ALUMINUM AWNING Business-If doUse all Installing of awninti ;.
I last crop Hard road. on side blocks sell this > 1 .. owner at 418 :
home of block construction hard t.o Adir. Mu Fo
twO l.m. rm. I NEW. 2-BEDROOM OUSE. near store. :: cash including week make Byrnes t Broadway '! ton Street Phone 8106. I Ij you are permanent reputable re- be considered
,, present
electric ,
.Uer. _
dining room modern klthP. floors throughout. 2 large bed S:6 crOp ______ ___ I sponsible and desire a profitble bustnfs Th.s: i* one at the vixgeat
.o school Large Partly Pew i01e
f.D' Beck. Broker. Broker. 1964 W Fairbanks Winter : >
by bu Ioa. 1
ft ,
heater large with ?FURNISHED fam-
-water large living room ished $2335 00 terms L ZeU.o. F. Park APARTE. I | of your own. we can offer you matson business la the South twia
212 ft. Only $5.65000 with 1.500 place breezeway and 2-car garage. I I $335.00 on iside. balance $35 00I WINDERMERE SECTION-'-4O acre _ In. Rents $3O60 Price I I a protected territory handling aa tin-;: Sen the awnina that has ever thr,.

cash Johnston Henry. Broker 6 West A home you'll A.b proud to own. j I month to responsible do.n. party. GeorgeKing. Valencia and H.mll 13 years 3LT ON CORNER in Delaney- $22.goo terms Phone Cbabot. 5529.I I i proved type awning with many exi For particulars write Oationa: B.o.;

Church 8t. 6545. $18.000. terms C. Golden. Broker.: I owner. 1401 W. Washington old. 7OOO boxes year more this section. Some trees: 115.1Sammle I A T. D.ds Broker. 33 8. Mam Open !j GLEN HAS IT- ] ciusivr features Car and small caps IW MIs CoaiMsa. P o Box
I II I
frame bunga 1121 N. Orlando (near Maitland > i year. B.r. shed and living quarters Francisco R.ltr. i I '1 5. : tal required Specify County (other 67 New Orleans La

SUHEAST-. garage (rlt. underpass). Winter p.rk Closed Sat ,j NEW. MODERN 2-BEDROOM House. : ro.d. 1.5.0. '. cash Central Arcade 740. I BUSINESS LOT.-Corner paved i Court Location-One of the than Orange you deatre Interviews
b.t prh t.O
I wired for electric stove. Large corner 'locations for motor court on
neighborhood.paved open Sunday Stripling J. Broker. 1
Good lke .Itb MO 26 located lust out- streets sidewalks and sewerage in I will be arranged immediate A F M.A MACHINE
rondlto CHOlet L SHOT
line Now rented ', lot. Near stores sbol. bus. $4.- 132 S Main phone Hllb".Y. 80 ft. on Wrldin* f rt
WINTER PARK hb"a
.tret. b" -3-bedroom buns 677 elJ lmit. City lights and and paid for. unfinished bOdln. o Co. Fern Pare Post Office. CasUe- Downtown
rash to location
back LOBS
'77.6Oper month. home low. 31 Maid's 2.0. or term rspnible' sidewalk Lake i tear of lot. 12 by 24. ,, running to b.utfll eoab
fOr Th tD b.t. rom George WL'iPARK- bearing 'w.tf. I wlt AU cleared with berrr. Fla_ liahatf We caa use ton a s to .0-
for sale O.ner. 2-rol
furnished and offered ..ck ArchtturaJ eorret for best Flormtue I Lake *. Exclusive with P A material to finish City tops at 1.1. le. I
at S7.5OO. with only S3.000 cash re- cloistered lake view I Washington st. j 1' Maitland within city limits is t tI Allison. Realtor. 3 W. Washington: I II door. Urge oak shade AU this for | core block house furne. for BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES bar year lease at SIM- par moo-h and

ouired. balance S5O a month. See Mr. setting. :low upkeep. 1940 'I HOME FOLKS-Get set Buy this 4' T I i S14QI cash Johnston HenrF. Broker. ower' use business ocpertunity dpertaMBt here Uw pay-off Urim m :ne
a recorded sub-division ripe 1761
I I
Stewart with Harold Shepherd Realty I I construction. $ cash and balance bath beautifully arranged tile b 6 W. Church 5t.: 6US. This 1* an outstanding buy A. C. has six new Usttnas They ranee IB Iras are two 2-rooam and per -.
Co 20 E. Washington St. Phone 5124. monthly.15.5 Don Dudley. I i home before a stranger beats you to i' .Ipment. To close eltlt. prl& i I BEAOf LAKE FRONT LOTS i! !,I Golden. Broker 1121 N Orlando price from SS5OO to S3*.OOO If isis aartawat*. partly fnraiism witrno .

Realtor. 2-4745. I It. guest or maid quarters r.duc.d la.50. C. Shum.a.Re.ler. I .ih shade trees $500 each. Ave (near Maitland underpass are looking for a business to buy. > ,real ceilings Price of only IJVio
I Incudes 140 Or.ne: tems. A. T. Re.'tr. SECTION Ware Winter Psrk Closed Sat Sun. bays all .
I it. Claybaugh 232.5ACRE nsJ. 'BRoKH.\VE open call Fred Reese with O Harra-Mowce. saacaliMry eqwtgasrnt arroawttferaM ,-
SUBURBAN-Just outside city lmit WINTER PARK-Large corner with I 15.0. BEARING 'I 550 N. Orange 4412 hous construction About .
Iteator.56l3 I 2-OS36 a supplies Matins
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Pull and nicely furnished 5rom plenty citrus in one of Winter -- of land GROVEn 2- block > Sq Feet with large lot. See Fredrick Balinese
A-I condition Large IN BLOCK of lovely this 3 t.et i icleared. OftLTI nnbofMli 5 BEAUTY SHOP-S cubicles cscat- Bioker. 11$ K
home frnt Park's residential sections. 2tory. home D-an with Bettes InvestmentCo
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b. 8 nulec from ; Orange. Dial .
screened porch. Double lot 100 X 150 I ( bdrom. 2 baths upstairs.Hardwood !, bedroom home all large rooms. I d9 on L.te with electric Orlanj lightline. j 1 I Ferncreeic. Ave Call 9675 I W. W..hnto. Phone 8513.Bi'SINBSS <; HOME AND BUSINESS LATiNo = lens location Outstastdis value MMUCSM.
I ft. with 23 full bearing fruit trees ofselected non. 2-car ear.age. Price right 11.5. See It. Clay- rod. I' 2 Main WesUlde at $2750 Immediate nsmiilin Call
rot Ideal
tle homesite Price $5OOO In- I __ _
varieties. Enjoy city conveniences .. gas equipment. I 1 baugb Realor. 561.'IVEAiOT present crop of fruit Cash or i' BUILDING' LOTS-Select your home you believe at IPr.nt corner i a property Chenault A: Jennlacs. Inc. Realtor BA010 50I -Gemgto and fully
with city or Utilities Taxes. Kitchen i dudl site now In the attractive PPRT-I with frontage feet deep 672 N 7234
n equipment included A niee.omfort.bl. ATTRACTIVE terms Jane Bros.. 235 N 4 I Db.r In future of 9fot 2 Orange. edulePsd Scaly. ft$ c&i as
Just a block from city and school home in A-I condition home in the Main7559 Broker dread Country Club section L and yer .ble .a-ro house A w.i...
bus and close to drug sndt and I Well worth your time to look this section with attached .' I j 1.1 .i.. Clo in .11 bl .n downtown business prprt7. Investigate location for a be and business. :
a NOrteat 1s.ton.1 30 ACRES-Lake front grove in i this good piece on Wet Ctlirb. i 1 I
stores. $8750. posses $ ; ppl $9959 OO Holcomb
grocery one. Terms. .I. Ca 01
R.J _____
sion. Harlow O Fredrick 118 N. Realtors; Huckel-'N: dial floors tubs nice and I Windermere section. B. P. Sutton. ,: terms Jane Bros. 235 N ; Has small h on tt which pa toted. : with. Harra-XIoore. ; 109 E. BEER STAND'"Serving wine, hwchcs.He WAlE sao-pi. 21220.suIlT .
quite
E picure .ldow spa- Windermere. Fla J ; would cost until i itime. Plenty of pinball Juke swa
.Orance Dial 8188. In Orlando. 2-3753. _ _ i| clous. Lre IOund with sh.d..ndsrbbt. I j jI JUST 001 aIDE CftT-Wlth wa- rovr Price $7800 00 Call bUm I I I PliwI and punch board business Present
Great U. I 100 ACRES-Solid block vaTie- I ter. feet. O'Hra S-mRz--rull lisa 51
.I.s to I WANT A HOM Better see a manwho PIU $1.5. trs.I lo SI3 Telhn 91S ..Moore. ] owner netting S7OO to S1OOO per org.
ties estimated 35. boxes Ratr. 2.3: 10 P.! 2 waaall startinc
T. crop 'sman u'
Flord.! I have C.re. J.men., ON LAKE BARTON-Choice home- j I EXCELLENT LOCATION for 1 month must sell at once on good lease
eOUTHSAST bomeJ little 2-bed- lard in homes f.rm and SpC1.1 fOr end Carter. 12 S Main I j I 1 Price 12.0. terms. Geo H. Kit- sites. 125x330 ft from paved roadto I BUS BfiINa2 excellent |I business on main thoroughfare In I{ Busy corner only 3 blocks from Orange box uaad new fowmam pirn:? arpamch

room frame a large well I many ).r O. A. D.rit. Broker; FURNISHED-5-room excellent home : tredge 5q. Realtors. 2-3176 lk. $175. terms o$1650 an I I full parI fastest growing section In Orlando I and-Central This soot has been award amines ate compel.Uan .

landscaped lot Kitchen equipment included Route phone CountJ i in nice section for $8750. some 125 ACRES-100 plu in grove 6.553 y.Kenhe. Br.r. 4990 I I'Cheney ttculars "G H. KHtredce &. Son SO to 100 ft frontage at !less than I a money maker for the hut 15 years Should art $1O to $150 per
, at S625O. Other furnitureavailable with Louis I full 85oranges.. I' I Rlo. Celt.l. phone 2-317. prevailing cost front foot Buy week Never been oftarctf before (ot
Trade
GeeaIm
WINTER j Now the first
PARK-In center of town. ters. S..ld. b.rnl tres Htb.ay. 2-744. pr $9000 cash takes the rate
at small additional cost. C I a fine 4-bedroom 2-bath spacious Realtor. 143 N Mam 2-16. 1.032 or.nge 4 to 7 years old. estimated EXCELLENT LAKE FT I.T=i! CLOSE Ijf Guest h good -ror now on our terms and ..Ic business over this week This Is the $75 a M7S month total Exclusive prtil Oaad lease

R. Emerick. Re.ltr; 610 N. Orange: bom. Large glassed-in porch plus REAL COMFORT HERE-3 bedrooms. crop 35.0 boxes. Production rlo In. Only $ trm.H. I! easily your Investment grow as you total pric*. bekete It or not nothiaw Mathews with J Daawl Solar William
7348 nemot 24.l8Ior
porches oil fur- I'. lots and garage apartment pat two s.sn 26.OOO and 30.000 Bld. Realtor. C.rl.o 81. real t Louis Paved streets sewers and all utilities more to buy This is realty a goldmine 3511.SYKL.
areene .uto.tl
, nae ideal lo.tOn a really j renting for $32 per $ boxes Hardroad. lake frontaxe. 672 N. 24551.BETWEEN Re.lor. 143 N Main Corner .v.l.ble I desired Call Csfrluan and if it weren for family

SOUTHEAST Exquisitely furnished good price. 118.5.Ith S4OOO mort term. P'lnt month. 10.5. warm For detail on ibis good : AND Winter J-14M .- ._ ___ BI.nd. In<'. CarrhtanBldg difficulties the owner would serge STAilOK BUSINESS -
large 2-bedroom bungalow on a Gr.e Orange County grove see Wm. ORencher. ORND 672 N. Ph. 2- 551.I i With sooa u % ; Prosa.aemt
gage. Call Cbalott C. Smith with I Peter. S. Main: 2-0786. Park- car garage i i CONVALESCING OR NURSING Home i Or.nc. consider selling In case aiyeae I I I en.an
150* landscaped lot. Price $3.5.t David Ande.. Realtor WinterPark. 1 Broker 28 E. Washington $!50 Owner 4079 I Large frame completely furnished 'I : wake up in regard to this vaiwe I I I hlahway corner a good lass aeaxI
terms. Geo H. Kittredge I r.1 6 large Greened :, I I Orlando Owner pawsicalty aaable 'o
t & Su.I ; : ] .Iepn rm can William Mathews with J. Du,-
Realtors 23176.SUBUN j 4 and bath cot-i 57. Real rotate Exchanged I continue Coon to far tall particular
I i5P: -In--Dbr.d : rooms lei Ko.sr. 2-4388 or 711. 2M &
frame MR. HOME SEEKER Look at this I I I pr.h
WIN PARKrom SPECIAL I IJ.cre Income over $5OO a Main Priced at $350O $kcMutt-Mt

miles out. P.ve bouse. furish wth screenedporches. Owner 4 bedroom. Double bungalow.corner. Beautiful$4000 mightmove oakfloors. I |,I 132_ S_ Main, .phone_6971 ____ .' month flrla.. P. 17O. S90OO rash ,OWNER WILL TRADE. 12.0 suburban P.S.-Brokers co-operation Is lawMod ley Realtors. is W. Waaatasioa ScPb.
bedroom
1 estate 2'4 -
165. ...
ns total King Real EstateNI .rs' SloeS&E.titcC&
rod. eletrlcir. Chicken C.l 903-J 12 non. you m. Roper Realty Church IrOve. AU large b.r': Ire. $12.5 home for city residence. Barnth''kcn and we have exclusive right af sate
E Open SundaysCENI'RAIAVEIdeal
3- I
Lovely
in good r1. -
busnes. and bath S j and Main; 2-3433. te. condtn. ro CIC LAT-Pwla. Curch.- rid In" corral ava.l- Beer wine and griii
bedroom home apartment ZWoD-5 rooms stock Manly or. Blacks hOU5.S. ,
; location Lcatiag for the Bank Must *tLI
.n ra. bU"les
so able CaU Ben F. Fields with H.
i In setting of palms shrubs. 5 acrs Hard road $4900 T1 is the "best in the north of Innb. Corner 63 (t on Central Ave 9-room I I tkl* week. Ideal tocatlan lot bustaeu'M
BEAUTY SHOP Excellent
F dwg4ow
acres of fertile land. SH.OOO. good L C. Bk. Broker. Zellwood. .." believe it or not. For detail ; 75x120 feet PJ 00 Bettes I I duplex. 3-car garage nlrome from BI.nd.. 672 R.lor. Car..n .d I' location. Price- $5550. SaJaatte 8 Oraaae aIo.oTrail_
Realtor. 150 ZELLWOOD and bath. 4 BRAND NEW 5-room bungalow call Louis S Dolive. Broker WWashington Inv-Mmrnt W. Washington. De. :51
terms Hinton E RObin rims I 2 < 2 !' duplex $104 monthly. All for only I TOURIST
540'RWinbc-rPark. Francisco. Realtor. Km. 4. Creed tOURT-Lak. front First
ready for ocupancy Its a
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son; acres in large and small groves.Hard n. : dial 8412 Phone 8513 $10.500. > cash King Real Estate. --
t $7500. C. Beck.: Broker. dandy Only 1.70. $.5 cash bal, I, j M35. Sundays" i WILL TRADE producing I,J Arcade:_74O7 class Men'y of raass far expansion
SOUTAT SECTION-2 'bedroom roa.. L ance term with J. f I J I Curch- "On -- j orange grovr i'.re BUSINESS for sale by private owswr tV8M ta-sh. balante at 5 P.e is
built in 41. completely E-I
1 bun.lo. Mettox._ .N. Main 5809. J i DUPLEX and acre of land on good I chance for filling station or j I 'unlimited possibilities $l wO right Potter with IteraMa Goodwin
all gas kitchen. 2BEDROOM. 6 month old house. WHERE THE TROPICSBEGS=2 55. Country Property for Sale hirhway corner one and a half I Inc Broker *T7 N Oransr $*3STOGBIST
i business property K Lock- to handl Box 23 8-3tar
HOME AND INCOME 4-bedroom good *
lot Close to school grocery including butane _
Corner ; acre grove '
furishe. miles! West of town property
\ and bus line Just south of Lancaster '. lots. deep .el near i house with wide e-ed porch on I.s grapefruit Artesian well -Hammock BEAR LAKE Where the bl fish would Ti Income miller. Rt. 1. Ciemsont -5r miles BEAUTY SHOP Excellent Isxatara CABINS Roes for JOO
bus. 'I 3 side Beautiful lawn shaded by i ik Modern J-bedroom furnished mae "o boe sot'th Trailers Vteli equipped. O od buu
Park. a good value store $3.265 OQ, cash Good groves all around ble" and desired. Price and business $1WO cash na trnss
r $7950. Stripling with to responsible.party. George Ksng, large oaks. fruit trees. >2 acre of Check ,11 for top value C B Da- cottage built 1 year Electric p.rl t I Real I Will pay for itself in 4 months. 34S non perccsKMn will tell psi thi iam

. J. rrU. 8. Main; : 1401 W. Washington St I i I.nd Moer.convenience Not new. [ Realtor. 41 W. Washington 78Q9. kitchen 100 fton popular Bear 18. 0 C.1 O'H.r.-More.E. Pine. 57-1. Beach Property Main aalr a good bur amt a wonderful!
305 and i .1. 2-2. i artaarty WeU located ** one !
cOmfor.ble. quiet Ii Lake O returning north wants .,,
!
. 691. 5-ROOM MODERN HOME-All lan 1 i restful! Reduced to Terms. quick sale.n S79OO. terms Asher D PLEX-Thr. blocks from school COCOA BEACH-o denlolmentI I Ii BUSINESS LISTINGS NEIDFD00'Barlow Florida finest klgawaya. OIl 00000
j SOUTHWEST 2 lots. rooms and closets: large lot 80x140 I' $9,0.. Real- 53 Acreage for Sale i Each living bed i O. Fredrick "BustBess wtn handle Pmrvtt v Stostt. *?-,
SECON. with
Wheeler C, i 2-0786. i:
Realtor 12 S.
Peter
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100x135' is home 3 roms and .a.e on rear of lot. I| Y. 41 W. Washington; D..I. ._ i 1 j I room kitchen ba connecting ro. K ocean front ol lots, favorably located Headquarters." 118 M. Orame. I 1920. Did 2-100. 4a Wast Central
wt sleeping porch electric store apartment or office $12.- & 780. ACREAGE PROPERTY Real cattle ; CHBSEY HIGHWAY SECTION 1 investment Price $ 00 Pulsipher Realtor | Avenue

refrigerator. $6500. easily financed. 750 with easy terms. F. A. Allison OPEN ALL D4Y- -College Park. 1021 ranch about 7.OOO acres $15 per acres : room brick bungalow. I I I $3.SOO cash proprJ. informaI : BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES since

"Speak to SpiegeL" WhitneySpiegel Realtor. 37 W. Washington. 7613. ]I W. Yale Pr.a. threebedroomI I acre Fine livestock farm 1.0 acres deep .ell milch cow 2 h.fer and I j I I lIon call Geo F. .Brass Realty COCOA BEACH I Orlande bech. ; 1920 Phone 2-1008 45 W. Cen- i
I i large 2-315. Mr. the only realtor >
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Co. Realtors. 706 bous. I $15 120 $450O Exclusive i Plsipher.
Realty 5 ROOM Unfinished house. 10veJ tor. an acre. acres grove I iI i I Co tral. Prescott V Steele
> lot houses fa- rISE susaim-
Metcalf Bide : 2-3269. ity. water lot 60x726. Eete-. screened front preh I.nd.pd'mcel. land, Johns Lake area S15.50O 801 I with C. P Shumway. Realtor. 140 N. :, over ha and i 1
p.vd | Close to GUEST 4 baths. I vorably reasonably priced. ,
acres fine home cite on John's Lake. I 2-3282. HOME-1 roms.
SUNSHINE PAK Duplex nicely School bux $2500: SO'dow bal-i, Furnished or unfurnished. OJ.ne. $5OO a I BEER-Wine. Short orders. Family's Ceaorally located belle .6ed is-
4 ante $30 moth. Box sUOI fine grove land-low at 18.0 37 S I, Abut .COCOA BEACH-We can ofe 50. 73.
apartment
furDP rooms Sta. Reasonable by owner.COTTAGEOne acres Lake Maitland make I IaI I i.I mont income on Now 100 or 150 ft. lots front health forces owner to selL S room .i snaa* sad valeai
'COUNTRY
Electric 7-ROOM ESTATE Lakefront 4 [ Best buy in town for $21.- oe.n house furnished, electric kitchen stock equipsut and aaag) Sill
b.th rfrler.tr FME-2-tt residency i 1 block So. of Cheney little farm and grove $45OO See i olr.tne Home and apartment court area. dos
' ranges 2-.r garage. E. i'1 cod acres boat bouse lovely landscaping. I. Realtor 32 E. Pint goes too. Zack Place Pine Cast]*. Is boseht .t a rmeMrice
for. South on H. E. Wheeler with Harold Shepherd Slayon continuous years of real es-
5' I er. A-l condition. 2-car garage. fly H1Ib..J. Goldenro 60 assorted fruit and shadetrees I : IJ
convened Owsr lea .
Price $13.OOO. 6651IGUFST other *t.ou.65 For so.iookiae
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I || furnished Reolty Co. 20 E. Washington. Tel. this area. R..ltyCOmpIY. CONVALESCENT HOME Out Is
home and Income. rom. home 3 Tr.fOrd
WeU 11. Ask for H-1165. Harold V. Condict live- I I ege thI tips Iou this
5124 2-2629 after iswueth
$2300 Terms. or 6pm ; location In Realtors. big and healthful Lake ChoIsy
I
000. Sam Johnson Co. lovely apartment HOfEFmet HaIoD
L trm. S Realtor 37 E Central; dial 6137. car garage rofb iavestduae. Ask for Mt
| for sale or ORANGE BLOSSOM Mi above, ; fountain -I Orlando. Confidenttal Street, Co.. Fhrd.. near Montverd i* a house, with the
I 18'7. INCOME-Here i a sweet high-i BUtOAW-Moern, dining room 5 acre TRoL2 .n 11 I|I George Painter with Asher > bedrooms and twenty acres ot land

SOUTHEAST 2 bedrooms-sleeping Attractive bun.low, l ; producing wen income proprJ. lot t.de.rom kitchen tile bath with nearest trut.. Best I price and opportunity, barbecue to outside have that spot :!I! Pt$r. Realtor 12 S. M.i:_2-O786. 58. Real Estate anted on a paved highway that seem to 5.8 Srsa.Ave.Agency Tu.a, Sositors.$1.6.118 5Orsous

15x22. l.td norh side j shorn sink. terms Development each side. us to have good posstMnties aj a
er. on right
H.rdwO have always
workshop, floor furnace. Ul
tag .nted PIe I ACRES. homes, businesses andgroves.
k three
Ie.t 5-rom < floors Jim *I. Caldwell with Aster Peter. Lake Lu- rest home or a tourist hoax since
s awnnlng j GUEST HOUSE Close to
buy at $ i I
street. An exceptional ,
completely :: I 1165 Immedl.t p5"ln. Buyers Courtney
.p.rment fumie on portecochere Realtor. S Main: 2-0786. Dial I[ cerne. surrounded by nice large .Itn. tt is less than 5 mileto Lake -
' Exclusive with C. P. Shum- ht .c 1 .
t $2.712 10. Fedrlcl. 18 : 392 N. 2-2471
year. Or.ng. TBAUK PASE-
fume. dial proucl lots. B.I-I and on prominent corner tot. R.lty. Apoaks Price, $13.5OOOO. Cat aeeusi soisadidI
14O N. Orance: ACRES! fronting 100 ft. large home
Seldom J1.
to on
2-3282.Rat offer such ante payable S5O 88 x ISO ft. la this house. ACR&S. homes. businesses and Harra-Moore. Realtors. 109 X.Pine. i tocataaa Well oeu-ed far law
mor. lake. of 2-ator
Five east
an opportunity at IU.0. ter. per Will sell or exchange for me Wtntr (furnished with 3 sleeping j: groves. Buyers waiting. Courtney I 2-2380 I amehet i ot trailer ig' lest
cash. See Mr. Ull mOnth business Park. 1.60. Lindorft FARM-20-40 acres. .11tr Leesburgto 392 N. Orange: dial 2-2471. I my priced to aeu. Umeoust Weme
grove or property porch and bath : one bedroom I R.lr
SUBURBAN New modern Shepherd Realty 20 E. Wash hous. I 2-3983 lake up.l 1 ''Jim
HOM at Orlando. Melbourne. EauGillie. 01 417.S Orl.nd. hOlse. room room and APARTMENTS M Caidwell with Aot Poser
.
block large airy ington St. Phone'5124 Cocoa or Daytona. Fla. Angtly :ACE inside city limits of Orl.ndo -I ..te .uplF.. elm trici ty road...'I.bl.50me I|I kitchen lvln. : closed-m porch I I BUne. Homes"Stop GrG.es a* yon I CAMPSITE RESTAURANT ( Realtor. 12 S Mala 2-55,
screened good rJ.
bedrooms large sun near
Very living 6526 Perry St. Jacksonville 8. fa. I nor.est stion. City water Wrte I in rear Also wide porches on 3 sides 1 1I to FIg and list it 776AiIic-sUsgD.* I1 Qolas
entrances from Box 52 sop
porch -
.i bt HOME FQR SALE-New concreteblock. I b and today's"hottrut' S-ta. I I of house. Ampl room for expansion. |I .Itb George Kittredge &Son. Realtors Well known and establIshed Winier IouISon. Proogty IswiBslasl 0511

has rom car pace kthen Lr. for' 2V STEPS FROM Or.n. ..e 2-bedroom. large screen yourself buy real 54.500. To make Mr. I. GROVE AND HOME-20 acres 5 in I I abol bus line andI >i 1 East Centr.12-3176. business catering to high acheol Central Ftorida towa. MM caak.
some money. see
eu.1 extra 37th St. large trees mostly oranges. New j ji I I stores Needs Vacant trade $3.200 High grade stack Pwtter
porch I and with
rep.i. Jsersaaa lawf77K .
which has sme BUNGALOW ON LAKE Oawdaju
utility and laundry Best lr. lt. 151 I Mule with Shepherd 1:
postwar 3-bedroom bungalow 4
bungalow H.rol Rely modern masonry FON- :
Rex Builders. roms $12.7S. ters equipment. Will sell as business with Orance 9wS.
tutlt-ln tub with hot and cold water. NicbOl! client for
ro 20 E. St.
I'v seen at it's price. $6200 cash W.shl.ton screened porch and About 1 21619.GUEST H.v 3-rom. 2-bah
: favorable lease
Lot is' 100'xS3S' on paved road Just monthly. Better check LOVELY LAKEFRONT HOME 20 ACRES fine muck land cleared I. miles out with b.t frontage. Re.ltr. 1 M.i ; hOme on lake Mut nice and 2-bearoom apartment ; Totmnr COUNT siTh.om. pin

off fie main b.hwl. Price $'. with Don Dudley. Realtor 2- ti. roms furnished automatic heat I Rex-McOill.p.vd permanent home. Quick possession ; avellable or win sell equivalent < clam Close lav Price. $30,800.
} and drained adjoining Duda's eel Only $10.OOO atorsiiiiONTJ' HOME-Close to post office desired. Call i separately to-tot buyer. No reasonable ,
and can't for S1SOO ing. 20 minute Long lease Phone 4147. J Wilbur Strickland.j term it desired Mr. Patter with
.ore. McNutt-Heasley. Re.ltr 1 I to desirable .Or.ndo.. IO''J cry. farm Broker.at Lake H.r. 125.. M 128 N. Orange and .ente of town. bdrom Broker. 2 W. Church: phone 6675 j I!. offer wilt be refused 1 Herman Oawdwln. lac, Brakar. 013
j nicely completely
.
month. Box 65 S-Star ,, o. ii.t..J. 3' N Orange 9S5S
Wun.ton St $2OOO CASH and S3O month win 16977' j i .Judi linens etc in ex BUNGA\ .U listing i a !I See owner on premises or write F. O : _
buy completely furnished modernhome. NEV-Four-rom block house all 20 mile hishway frontage I i completely furnished. hIs miles out condition. Bulnl easily i .Ie! furi the a.efor. Box 667. Clermont. Fla. i i *BSl STDSI da** to *a paved blabI -

SUBURBAN-New 2-bedroom home li block bus. Better grab this eledrl n. Venetian ACRE Park. $1500 Geo I An unusual offering at $7.700 with be converted into apartment Corner I you supply te prout. I! way 2-story partly luralsaed
furnished or unfurnished All electric Noble By owner T. R. e.t H.stmg. Scab :. house with additional store build-
Real Estate. 124 terms Mr Klou with stimpEon- lot beautifully 6\ E
H & Son. Realtors. 2-3176.
kitchen tile bath and Smit Kittredge C.l 17x136 I.nds.pd tral ( ). 4237.
kteo Main: I block off CheneJ Hlb..J bund"j I St ton. Bldg. phone 5159. with tag j>a highway which caa fee utilised
con parlor solar: system 691.COLNI Signal 37'i ACRES High land on i Metc.1 to sU DRUG STORE Splendid Oraose for
.tt .n H'l 1..5. Term. dr I Phone T Carter 9516. DO NpT today Orlando maar types at aunatas Lat MXIt
Large building in rear HOUSE3 bdrom 2 paved road east MaitlandPartly POULTRY FARM-Modern 2 bedroom j DEY-Lt Avenue location grossing approximately -- *. Price
wth b.t : NEW I and tsvaso with tersss Jam
-t loom house. Jamerson and "Realtors, 12 S.i property
and room. Fruit b.t rom. Cu.r- cl-ared. fine for poultry raisIng I bom- 14 other buldi.s orange Contr I S9O.OOO per year Fine stock Bra Broker 230 8Mla756S0ROOM I
tee in
demand
lund ab electric buyers .
porches. I II Main.iU80T
Completely i j .iUn. good fixtures,
bery. b.u fane seene. Ilht or citrus and home For quick I tres ISO pullets. e WIn I I IOW. satisfactory lease Only I.
.
D.
corner lot. Terms. By owner. J. S with period funture. Al I lt 125x33 It. 01 road. rale only $3750 1224 Palmer St. ter Price reduced $15OO fo StONE-Close to Orange Ave I I B.leJ. R.ltr. 3 once in a blue moon are we fortunate HOMB. tUbas station ice
electric kitchen; nice .. trees and to.e.: f better enough to offer and groceries. 7 tots 67 yawns
Richter. cor. Winter Garden Pd and Phone 546" j quick sale You see on new cross State Highway 6 nice you such an
Michigan St. opposite WORZ tow- 25.00O. Shown by appointment only i vegetable garden. 1 mIle I about 1964 W. Fairbanks baths Well built home opportunity Going for $35.000. terms trees a dead* place fec eattage oI -
3L
bdrom GROVEHOM5BUSIESSES-
Ph. 6614. Pine CasUe on Oak Ridge R.d i 60 ACRES-Mostly rolling pine and > Winter I..Boke. j condition Lot area 25.- -> $2O.OOO cash balance arranged Sec I I trailer park a* there u none there I

NEW 52500 by owner. Hardy HarrelL oak land on 2 late.$5O acre Lne'.lb OOO Tastefully furnished.. Realtors Chenault Jennings < Mr. Little with Harold Shepherd. Oa Ktehway 17. Ovanae Btoaseai
2 of I $29.- Inc. ]
SUBURBAN HOME Southeast |I ON THE NORTHWEST corner a S. f.
sec Inc..
city BERO1 HOMDUhUu. DO YOU WAN to lIve in a den Her.n completely OOO $15.000 cash. Bryant with : 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234. Realty Co. 2O E. Washington St. Trail Will tell for OMao 1 have
tlon Three bedrooms, Unn; room, btwHn lke. ..: 9855.7SACRESrIne. : beautiful lake curi I Phone 5124.DELTONT heart trouble and can't handle. JI a
I new home that fits your pocketbook Herman Goodwin Inc Broker 677
large :
lot with
room lake .Ie. 10 i by lake on east and south GROVES-Homes, businesses. Would I EBell a
I I Iroad Dundee Florida.
ltbe. b.th.eHne I ? Good eUenne1lbrbo. land Hard rOunde N.Orange. I _
porch minutes from downtown. Large j 1 cn.trcton e grove "tl .01 breeces blowing' across dial 985. | like to have a listing of your prop- > HOTEL-Priced for quick _
Uaht Lot 200 x rooms screened porch, floor cO.e- OnlJ 1695. White and lk. frontage Price only !1 I t1 pretty home site cnsltm. of HIGHW Ay-T.-rt' erty. A. G Wagner. Broker. 1209 sale 21 rooms also restaurant, I MAKE BIO MOKBT right at boom
PEsesslon 20. i S250O W K Real I V
logs throughout paved street Bro. 84 Estate. 246 I acres of land cleared of Edgewater Drive j beer and wine doing business year arasoUkg baby shoes and novelties
A O.ner _ :
S60.. Centrl Ter.A.e.ForesKlor.. : ewer. $9350. $2000 cash balance { NEW SMAL nOMEPlaterd shut- S:_cLnteAe Phone 6385. j I trees except the site the home 1 I rental units. A new I. GROVESHOYES. BUSINESS round. Located at Oak mil. Fla.. on I I 1 full or spare time BUktavi C* O 2O

j 2-291 monthly See this. Call Ben F. Field I I hoa. f1 1800 ACRES flat pine partly I This property ..bu8 or 9 miles : rontreton i erty. Buyers prop- |I U S. 1. 25 miles south of Daytona South totawlra. Los Ansetn 44. Canf: IIS
SPRING LAKE TERRACE ws i are waiting! Richard
2-bath home.- 2tr.4dom with H. F. Boland. Realtor CarriganBuIlding large lot. some furtre 135. fenc. Excellent .r.n.I from Orlndo. Ple. 545. terms.Phone I front rIO. 1ToIree SIS.: Exi
H-1158. $8.0.Terms 672 N. Orange: Ph. 2- 55I. Would consider t.ier. Owner. 163 now 2 miles hard Care. elusive R.I-> Phone 20990.ROUSE en U S. l, 150 ft. depth. Win sell I tar*- Excailea earner location

Realtor 37 E. Central Grand. road. 13 miles from nJ $7-50 and Carter. 12 8. Main. I tor. 140 N. Orange23282. I j everything complete for only 23.SOO.. Baaiaes and pragwrty Included Exclusive 5I
Condle' ; 6137. ARCHITECTS RESIDENCE oman I LOOK-On West Central west of per acre. Stripling with Mos.I'' -bungalow- cxI!' HOTEL Fully furnished downtown WANTFD-We have prospects Will take ', down balance on easy wIth Hewn Bench Bicker.

SOUTHEAST SECTION Frame 4 home planned specifically be Orange Blossom Trail; almost Broker. 132 S. Main; phone I 2BEDROMf'R. stove' I for modern 5 and 6-room terms Being sold by owner. Please ole Kuhl Call Mr asaith. 1-1OP8
.
I location income
to tn $900 monthly.Price homes. II
house
rooms and large screened porch. your is for sale call m person P
garage. Nice shade and citrus enlarged later when prices 10 down I furnished concrete duplex 'J i! water heater laundry tubs deep welL $ terms. Geo. H. Kit- call Allen Johnson Realtor 140 N. wi HA VI A MEW year rswauTWl-

j 1-a Very reasonably priced. Hamp Just being romplte. L'.n town I, rented at $120 per month. 531. Ranches and Timberland electric pump.; Large chicken houseand {I tredge &42.0.5n. Rator. 2-3176. Orange; 8612. "Specializing hi FROZEN CUSTARD Good equip i as which grassed M.ao last a S

ton. Broker. 531 N. Orange: 5013. and must slL restrcte sublvi!I rate $150 per month Excellent return pen. Work shop and garage. Homes." ment good lease good Income j year. If you are intonated k* a suitable
sion. on high dry .rOund. i on money invested Place Is I CAT RANCHES Since 1916. Large shade frees. Dandy lawn and '. good price wonderful location Sally well organised busIness la an'excellent S
SOUTH WEST-2 bedroom cncrt lakeview and privilege 15 ft. corner neat clean landscaped. Price. $15 Peter. ReltOr.He'I Ipotably iirubbery. About 5 acres $6750. NORTH ORANGE AVE.-Ts property HOMES priced right for quick sale. Stone with C. B. Davis Realtor 41 Winter Park loc.atissAsk

bungalow neat and window in living room, I bedroom I .Itl 13.0 dowl Balance $ kno.s.' 12 S Man t tSt. ball cash balance mOnthlJ. Virgil running r.lrod ;, Any location or sixe. Howard W Washing: 7809. I for X. B. Shannon with Bay Greene
kitchen equipment and washing machine 8 has a frontage of 130 feet It Is Broker 3O6 N. Main: 7325.
< I wIt ft cot dining room kitcb- 5e owner at 1425 Pinecrest : Jones with M J. 132 FROZEN CUS1ARD .Realtor. 112 Park Ave 8. Winter
o DRIVE-IN
nice bearing fruit trees. $5800. tile b.t Bendix. I Ave. lust ( North Fern Creek near Lots for Sale 8. Main phone 6977.Si i improved with a substantial buIldingthai sale' -For Park; phone 6B
at tow
furnished. Courtney Real Et.t, stove refrigerator. Already Celonl.lto.n.'BOWNERut. i with a few alterations would HOUSES WANTED We have i price Inquire at
392 N. Orange: 2271. tn.nee. monthly .payments of about I AMELIA AVE.. !i a ACRES-S room house. 2 screened !I be suitable fOr retail 0 .bol1 for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom prospects Standard Oil Station 2718 N. Orange BEST BOY ON Highway 17-aa Twarist -

SOUTHEAST-2-bedroom I 15 st.r. J.I 1. 1948. Total cost I what home you want homesite E10xI28' b.utlu I I Prbes furnished, elecrltJ. use. Priced rIght-and on .or.ble homes In good locations. Call w. B i FLOOR FINISHING BUSINESS ar Trailer Court site $eaauf a'

bu.low.Attcbed St. in Glencoe I I ; 2 largebedrooms orn"e. ..n. orange trees. terms See Jt. FdIth SettesInrestment Nicholson. Realtor, 2-1619, : i Swamped with orders owner called lake cleared laud. sasde tress with SIP
garage. On EUtOD sub j large living dining kitch- fruit trees. Very Phone south I 14 S.
O..er purchased a cme plot dviision on west end of Lake i and 5888. Dixie H.h".r .2. two mie. CO. 2: I Main St. north will sell full equipment, tools, new 2 bedroom furnished hoax, all I
Garage attached
and will otIS furnished for $7500. with nero Pb 2-2650. Jack Moore. I j e breze..J. ; 'of Phone 8513. truck, etc. for $625O. C W Walter. improvements Deep welL ptraty af

I. cash. Key at office. Exclusive with i phalt wired tile 11 r; 2 water acres emi as-; BEVERLY lot SHORES in this restricted SECTION section-Excellent I I' ACRE PL1 facing 3OO ft. on 1b I I Realtor, 672_N._Orange._Q5o9 land basaediate occupancy Priced Clas

C P. Shumway. Realtor. 140 N. Orange POSSESSION room on City for 1 way 220 ft on big I OR.GE AVE.. N.-Businesa loca- ,.LISTlNGg ANTED-Du. FILLING STATION AND Restaurant for quick sale Owner galar North
IMMIT FOret only $1.000. Rex-McGiU. to the Increased j j
: 2-3282. roa Reltr.i! Beautiful cabin or home site $50OO ft. frontage and 17,000 gallons One mil north of Mattlaad oa 17-
double already
bdrms gar bus Terms. O. 128 N Orange Ave. Phone ? : number of inquiries this month .4
PARK-Business Block. New age. 6 fruit 113S. terms. A. T. !1 Dearing. 110.. Orl.ndo A i M. J. Moss Broker 132 S. Court; 17of' cttO for L-5J2. HaroldV. !; need more listings of Fine Homes.we 2. In filling station. Restaurant aver 92 ITona accuse. treat DePwratt Parking

WlE construction. Income $225 Dorsey.Realtor. 5S ; 4412. i Phone 39R15.HOME 2 BEVERLY SHORES-A few choice j: phone 6977 I Condict. 37 Central j 3 and 4 bedrooms. Also business and ages during Summer $1SO per day. *_ _

per month. Good rental property. For Q. L HOME-New, 2 bedrooms m- ;I AND INCOME beautiful locations section.are still Act...ibl Restrictions in this 6-ROOM HOUSE Shade fruit I I.brubbt. ORANGE AVE.- : sE. property. :! Income properties Joe G. I Perhaps the best spot In Orlando for I!! TIME TO TAKE IV A GOOD partner 0

the conservative Investor a good buy. snt Northwest sec- 'I frame and garage bdro Call no.2-3129. WaiI-I I well,- hardroad. elec Restaurant owner $100.000 I Realtor Dial 8881 or 6638.LISTINGS filling station $5000 will handle, -E. i In an established real estate asenI -
cntrctOn.
$ .0 terms. Buckl-'NUI Realtors UOn. Pe. cash. Chen- (No 0 P.hou H block from ted pOt70U.. Co. 49 N trlttJ. shJ. bus. $3500 cash. Im- annually. Real exclusive cf S. Burnett. Broker, 37 s. Main: I ey Bo 68 8-Stai_ .

18 E. 23753. ash Inc.. Realtors. 672 bus stMe.relml good buy at Orange Ave.ROs Invetment Manor office 3356 H Lockney. ownI building and equipment worth $60,- I WANTED Hotels 147era.1 phone 2-3O63. _ IP YOU ILvn .A mesa haWrwasnery. 0.be

WINE BARK-3-bedroom 2-story N. Orange; 7234 $7500. Terms Wilbur Strickland.Rioter. N. Orange Or.1. I :Lockney-Rd :Cheney Highway- I OOO. Price 180.0. terms. Exclusive buildings ."artmenhouse.. GROCERY AND PRODUCE-Busiest yon would like to sail-Please

hOme. Modernized kitchen ba TOP LISTINGS-Several frOm 18. I 23 W. Church: 6675. COLONIAL AVE.. EAST-Buy lot for (I ACRES fronting on !!; with R..lr. 392 N. Orange; ist Courts 'and high class spot In town. Average 250 week ; telephane 2-072 Lola Rayal. BookouoF- beVI

ment. furnace. Urge garage 000 and up. If you a real speculation. $1500. sand bottom spring-fed lake. 4'" :, dial 2-247 and Rbrt R. Tire Real property. Our New York office has i net. $7850.Gardner VIa

I.uodl. Price for quick sale $8500. home. act one of thes..Shown by Realtor: 5613 S. CI.baulh I miles from city hall tor: W.shin.tn many prospective buyers. InspectionS :) Real Estate Agency 29 -

Bee Mr*. Hen"el SoO Edinburgh appointment ouly.' Boerattcr with WHY WORRY FURNITURE? Exclul"e.CSCRD.wiitmOrelad room all electric t.enr: !! OR"GE-BLY-Tl- Half I III be made promptly Contact King j South Court St Dial 2-4481 i ii Orlaada Grow recefex last rear

Dr. Wintr Henry Burch. Broker; 916 KuhU I ABU : 5 asbestos lif.time blk eat house. Thaxton. rio J. B. Powell Jr., Bro-j 1 I m.ona. Great posMkilttae* far ta> beas

WINTER Prewar 3-bedroom 2-109. When you can buJ this lovely three- porch partly .tl. i rom. two 4-room apartments her 215 S. Olive Ate. West Palm I i GROCRY.HST..cme In. one'>. crease $12.sao. term Lola JUraU
PAR Broker, 12 8. Main, phone6977.. way entrance Double 25x I I3O Owner needs cash check and Beach. Fla.. 4641. I Broker SO* ftuhland .
hoe on lot in Lake Know- A LITTLE TOURIST NEST bedroom copletl furnishedin fr m.k" of the best and oldest established I I Z-4W7 _

lei aton Fruit trees I.undr and .125 cash balance easy OnJ I good location street all DUBSDRE COCNTR- U see- garage with abuser laund. i i oiler. Some terms C. U. Tailor. LISTINGS WANTED Clients waiu I Iing. neighborhood stores Complete eqalp- GOOD INCOME- 5edraoai. ka V- 0.it

14 $11.SCO, I Ir prIe Just about what the .twU.s. Garage for only IS7'.0 lots low a$. easy Deep welL $16.SOO. HO..rd Broker. 2516 5644. | E. P. Slayton. Realtor 32 E. ment includes lame walk-in box. !I mont furnace home with extra itr.

I terma. Call for appointment. Ben F. ..er.e 179. tourist would like t I) cash with balance of pur h.s prtI I terms. P.J mont. Have lot paid with M. J Moss Broker. 132 S I RESTAURANT 17-92 Hwy Consisting Pine St. phone 6651._ _ !|II electric milk and butter box. deep rental cams apt Best section AH r.da

r Fields with H. P. BI.nd Realtor.Carrigan nestle in through the Winter. If* .: 00 per month. Give me for m.ten.l become Main: phone 6977 of dining room with refreshment I| LISTINGS WANTED-We have the i I! freeze box and electric meot caber. I I I fBb $2n.soo Claykaaah. Bea'

Bldg. 672 Orne; 2-4551 neat little 4-room fumle bunga I the : 7 to take you through I a class 10-ACRE FARM 6 mie. east of rounte. Equippd kitchen. also buyer if you have the I; Lease to January lit 1952 at $7S I I let. >**tc tf BIde JoLI

or Winter Park 5.oR. low located in a.U nl.c. near thi IU be waiting for you. :fIrtn increase rapidly Orl.ndo '' mile suth CheneyHighway I 4 bdom lvU rom and breexe- Call A. T. Carter 9516. Jamerson property& i. per month Priced for quick sale at MY nrrniE STOCK_and futures___

WINTER PARK-Delightful 2-b Orlando wit .tre. and I J. with O. P. S.op. ahead of this !! on N.on Ower. E ECromley. "' 2-.1 apartment containing ..E.-8- In. $5500 plus inventory Harlow o I I) and general merchandise store below

room home. Temple Drive. schools. large lot. well | Realtor. 6 East Pine; phone 512.I Incr.5 some b.ut&l 39 Grove Ave.. St. Au.us living room bedroom kitchen LISTINGS j Fredrick. Business Broker. Ill N cost Must sell at DrIll
A C
Lk.
shaded facing paved road An abundance large tots right on the golf WANTND-Homea. groves. Orange oec
and Dial
Knowle Section. Fully t tine 200 frontage on 17- 8188. i: 'l'yaos.
tum. of I Water lights gas and bus available I b.t f. rentals. Let us help you sell your I j General Merchandising Store
Sound and .
electric kitchen hardwood rltr. frit. 92 Hwy. Ample 1 I I
441. 6 miles 3 room pstoea. Fla
well asked. Mr. Paved. Carrigan & Boland. Owner out 3o df, property. Hall Bros. Agency 112 i } _
I parking
screened porches fruit trees. $8700.Interesting RAMBLER beautifully fin 21 space. '
screened
term Call for appointment Busch or S.rL A. Hntchins 409 8. ished. 3 HOME. 2 baths. Shade Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange; 2- I $ terms. ? tourist court :Brokr. 1 I Orange, dial 5189. N'I) GASOLINE_Oil. tire I I CHANCE TO become tsnmted m as
and
Ben .fed with H. .Boland. Orange Ave. phone 2.0583. I frt. If. dlfprent. Call CI.yb.ueh 4551: evenings. 2-2534. N 3.. : 2-17.O.rlett. cOt.e'I' 1121 N. Ol.ndo Ave. (near M.lt.nd !I I cc sories business well established.auto ae-- building baUdlsw material awnafacturiaci enII

Reltr. Bl.. N. Or MODERN MASONRY Bungalow-Two realtor.! 561. Eclsive. FERN CREEK AT Park i SALES Ll5TlNGS'WANTED-Homea. !I Busy downtown Orlando i: or developtni to capable par- er
KLYISO'
.n. 51 or Park 5.oR. bdrom.. b.t. kitchen .It built- I PICK UP-Worth the money, $1.5. fine lo.tlon fOr 1 O.'IS- of Livable good STATE ROAD 13-92-Ideal for overnight depend groves farms and lots. You may I I{I rent This i* a money-maker corner HarI Law- I i I: son active can Invest or silent Income State haw much 01
Jew
in on our correct'handling ; expected
lnd experience for
WESTMORELAND DRIVE-5 r.blnt rof. hQus toe I terms with Move or hOus. B.rlan. .ub. terms or will guests or tourist court. 144 I Ift low GFredrtck.. Business tram
rom. O.ne. public road mall route, bus. of Broker, I|I same alary ar
new electr.c trade 1401 W.Washington 'I i selling details: our mortI I wages An and
large screened nlshed. Clean. withClarbauth. : o.ner. Dl on hichway. 2 houses of 4 118 N.
b.r : I brom. D.t Ke. 12 miles from Orlando price. roomsand Orange Are. Dial 8188. experience Bo J
an refrigerator : gage loans increase Davenport FlaGENTLrMEN
with deep our selling ,
fruit ; roof; frea new i iI S. bath each Attached garaies. t tbartaln power 1do
I.r. Realtor "
lt te. 513. cash. Asher ,
t. washing McNutt-Heasley, _
machine Realm
down wi with HEIGHTS $2 Peer. at $ King Real 15 W. Here Is a 10 year
or 2 good lots.
furnte unfumlbe I HOMES that are always worth the HOLL" Main2O786. 5 t:1 I GARAGE Fining
I Stove and autm.te hot water heat I P. Box 606. : E : "Open S d Washington St. station and bring I lease on 2SO ft frODta of h. soRI
p'Jmt. Prescott V. Steele,
S 2 of one block meneJ ake. I .h 3 Curcl ) quarters for sale or lease See mow traveled

DrWINTER_ _ _ _ e"kt. All CitrS for ar.e with only Dt 45 West Central Rt 1. Orange B' 'T'n. I -NO. 1 Hllh.a.1 WINTER PARK-Well located' tots !' owner at 309 3. Hughey ;I On the lease 1s hfehwy an option in Orlando to PetI -

. Lovely 2-bedroam. S3- eaxh See Gould with Johns. I Ave IVANHOE-Dandy corner 140x145. HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION Tee double rott.1e sx rom wanted Noble Smith. Real Estate. : GROCERY STORE Sports goods and I chasepraperty The biggest and kas- $1
bungalow Make oiler.
tA.cb near H.n.Broker 6 W St. I II Roper R.lr. Church p I 124 5. MaIn 6911. gas station on lake lest retail fruit and
ChuJ. ; I front with erectable mergeS
.10. Nice Realtors lot. e5: 51-1. Lake County Property and Main; 2-343. i Beat the high cost of living by fully equipped Approximately restaurant 450 ft.tar No:IF IFS FOR SALE. can 5613 $.OOO stock and equipment. Good I, in town is located on 125 ft. of 1$. 40Os

19.5.. Ter Cann.l.b. SELLERS BUYERS 5613 I KALEY AVE. E.-X 14O. Good i[ ins your own chickens and rlI .in of Claybauich. Realtor today. I i year round business. Living quartern. A small cottage also AU this under
Highway with depth .
Metcalf
C.1 a i ift
Claybaush. Realtor. Met.1 Bldg I' GROCERY. Fish Market at II.e1 I high lot with shade and fruit trees tables You can also keep a eo. of for additional cottages i Bldg.FREE Must sell due to bad health Inquire J,1**** and leas Is for sale This
room
I tory. Good buys in groves with Prle to selL Hampton BrOke 531 this twenty acres fine soil The four-I Plenty Price APPRAISALS on your home. 'I at 685 N, Orange Ave. Orlando, Ito. Sn? ta the paper ton the aoreity
and trader
ACROSS THE BORDER crops. Some really good Lakefrontproperties. I Ort 5013. room house is all lurntshea and you Ir.. 131.0 We will give you an estimate free HOUSE tot 8Ox 150. 01 It oat for action Come on oat
This Exclusive with nnall H
WINTER PARK concrete block bungalow- new J. D. Abe:. Broker Cler- LAKE FRONT Interlaken.Unusual. i! c.r have possession at once Owner FGlsm .Ith of charge on the current market fruit trees, 287 store and hors 8 "**" Somebody's offer west
has 4 Fla. LTI { hates it up but health win j ji H.rl Shepherd Co 2 E ue ct your property. No b Y.I-I'I Cottage Hill Road eto It toi5ay,
and screened mont & !IV I See owner on MS Wti Mlls, ThesIS85'1"ACTIVN.sssckse
porch. St.Phone premises
Lovely residence on ro. b.t Ct7 cOnvlences. H i him to operate so here W.slmt Phone 781L Vtrn. Mathews with J. j 7798 15:
t-b b.l. nt pri I
tUtu Lk. Vl11 Truly a tricity. Orlando. city and water and elec .trlted.. NYde.er.: 8065 Co. & 1:I $5.000 00 See Mr. Wind- TOURIST COURT-Most excellent toj j Daniel 1 Kolar. Broker. |j HOTEL-.16 rooms. 16 tile baths. *! j TV

location mot rean.ble price. Wlt.r Park bus I ham with O. P. S.o. Phone 5812 cation and e.l.ly suited forladv i stores fully rented A-l condition. i drug,
r 18.0. Asher Peter. Realtor U 8. service 3 blocks. posses READ EVERT WR LAKE FRONT-Choice homesite on or middle as the FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION I I modern. Sacrifice for $35.000 Terms Me 5aodsjrIesundries, ic* eream. 55,
son Ple. $4.750 with only $1.500 Highland Lake. $1750 on easy .ort and np-keep would not and I Beverly Motel. Orange CII,/Fla. Business for sale at physics' apt
J 2786WIER balance on monthly pay II Desirable I-story home high terms. lot offerings Also for b results list urRe property with inventory price Will net better than .
expansion
.bv room
ments. UcNntt-Heasley. Realtors. 1:I and overlooking b.utfu see Fo.7 othe. fo. Realtor 1317 : Business Property for sale b.v. Income authorizes Msrtie William 21 W. i! HOTEL DINING ROOM-For lease toI JS-OOO anaaally Thr e-Tear lease at .5cTe

PARK-MAITLAND W. Wai..lOn SLOPES al Lake Dora at Dr. South I Sligh Blvd. "Opposite ACLRR Depot." :6 the b desr. terms Washington. Pbone $ I I experienced. Lake View party. Partly laroishI $60. monthly About 3250 buys It

A. erl expo/ure with .rne I Ph. 7588. APARTMENTS '-East side, close I A. T. pre 12.. Hotel. Leesburg Beautiful city Com and see It ;
lm. fo a beautiful poich. Living room. 15x24. In Poe C.rer. J.m.nn GOOD MORNLNG-Mr. Davis HIGHWAY 17-92 Thas J costello Broker Winter
-Restsurant.
He.t 4 each with separate Utilities 12 S. sPe.k-1 beer
I LAKE KILLARNEY .nit
LOTS Excellent Man.
ot acres natural Florida C.rr. Re.lr. WII
.bu landscaped Lator fireplace and bult-1for 01 location overlooking lake Nice and entrances Modern in every detail WAREHOUSE Lane. fireproof Ing. Ye sir. well be glad to list Wine. gas station. 200 ft. paved Haven. Fla Phone g-141

.n 10nerfu near HOUSE S le.te. Two 12x12 brms .c shade Corner over12r your property. One of our salesmen y&SSZSSSS owner'a apartment GOING BUSINESS Stores Tmarir ply
these groundsare Price $450.easy I.ton. SGwin modern R-R. I
fine modern Duplex Bungalow 3..r exposure .Pl dUI .tr.. eltrtJ. Good- with Prt Harmon Paved ..IUn1 Ilm. will be out today to Inspect It. Thank Space for cabins kinds) auto courts eafes. gag sta- WI

.and a a pretty 5-room and bath guest Sunday P.M. 2 to 5. drv by this I quate Bath built-in in kitchen ::Jrdl win Inc 677 N Orange: 9855 with C. B Davis Realtor 41 W. center cOrr. b none n C.* W..r.. you Pbone 7809. C. B. Davis .- or frontage.trailer park. With or without lake 11... hotels resorts, tsterns repair 1Cci
space
I i ira W.I tor. 41 W. Washington. :rhe Midway ahoog .
lovely 3 bedroom'2 -
home 11
Washnigton78O9 Sundays. __ I mIles etc etc
real buy b.t II Tell S what you
This is a at Inlaid linoleum floors LAKE -21. Orange: north of' l
sOttn. 17. exclusive Lake rom. and plywood FRON-l on big Lake' t.r' Ra 6' Orlando. Want. wnere
H. E. Wheeler with Adair a'OI and let I interior I j WANTED-Lake lot or home for Clas price terms sales vol-
sheeting throughout.Landscaped Call Bill
i Shepherd Realty Co. 20 K Washing us thruout show Immediate you thru. Nil fu.nlhe lot 100x225. Under house DougLas with H. F = Realtor. I I AATYENT3. sent Ult. Cl$175 In I I A residence. Orlando Claybauth. LOCKSMrfH equipped 8H6p Completely I urn.yr.-oid Save tune money thru our 47- WAI

: ton. Phone 5124 or 2-2629 after 6. inside and sOI. Jutre.te garage and basement. Tile Carrigan Bldg. 672 N. Oae: 2- monthly possibilities of more 8000 WAREHOUSE Realtor Metcalf Bldg Phone 5613 location well established business I lox
w se 1135 Overbrook Drive.to roof. Entire house i excellent condi 4551. cash balance ot S7OOO at .6 per : WE HAVE BUYERS wanting "Excellent tow rental Box I IMANUFACTURINa Without lIst outstandmc values (some VOMr
RR-nusua tion. 1st. Take it month Sally-Stene with C. Da 36 90 ft. business property and e..roFi i real esta'e> mailed free
. Exclusive with Hall Oup.nt or MTIJ.S STREET-Corner Livingston. B m 140 ft tot $6500 Strong Resit
AleneJ leave $12.OOO for quick vts.Resltor. W. Washington I cash molt I immediate gale list with .. A. Allisoss. Established !ihw 318', w Colonial
possession Asher
all best
In section Excellent 4
homes Iudent.l Relto 112 N. .. .. pre o clinic location or multiple ,' 1 !ePqjBo 3S83
Orlando
Or.ne years and ('Ia
I Realtor 37 W.
near lake Edwina DI. Ratr. 589. sale. appointment only dwelling. Exclusive with Don Dud APARTMENT Peter. Re.lor. 1 Main; 2-0786. Washington. kuPan covering 5 states. Well THIS DTI

I 348 Park Ave. N.. Pl. Ph through Harry E Morse &Co..Real ley. Realtor. 2- 7U. b lo.te BuIGn of-u NOBLE SMITH. Pioneer Broker sint demand produeto that have continued homes.I3 fH TEas for-rueit Tri
Sold
1W.I tors. El. I cerely wants listings through Feed. Hard. courts or any kind
573 or F. Ph 1 AVE.Just off Ex Imt. properties in Or- your en I ware of "
r Grocery and busissesa.
NOR Drug 5pe
Stores. t
MUl. homes tots and i High Sttlesel'Whitney
wVgliPARK-Efficleney cottage SHADY CORNER-Comfortable and I eDent Price {I Beautifully fred for ZELLWOOD Small concrete block groves business I profit small Inventory aid spig
Ton
nelhbrho. 75xl5. property. Pb. 6911. 124 tow Realty Co.. Realtors.
with Pullman an electric fur even lnn.: 2-bedroom 81500. F. Sut 01er $32.500. Terms. G. l Kttree building on t: acre. Ceep well i 8. Main operations. An interview will Jive 706 ,Metcalf Idg .

I Nicely landscaped lot with fruit : .tret E. F Groves for Sale ORANGE AVE.. N.-Lot z Best Son. R.lt% llrbl comer l.tt.fo bUs.t WE HAVE BUYERS waning for all I poq reams for selling this liscrstlee SPECLssy ,!_ lisa

15. Edwina C. Dyke. Realtor. SI.to Realtor S. Pine phoneHERBS 152 of High 6x10. I APARTMENTS-Northeast. a nits man L C Bk. types of desirable property For I' business. Leave telephone uumbe, I.AUN0jij.deretta 88sc
Ave.. N.. Winter Park. Ph 651. to lo.tn. t de.r. Ple and 2 guest r New furnitureredecorated I Zellwood. Florid- quick results call H F. Boland. Real- or write Box 28 S-Star for Excellent mTestment in a.
CITY 1350118-Lake front i I Appoint ilsedlalized
TO 112. e. Na I Iand tor. Carrican Bids., 672 N. Orange laundry Orsed $16.nmaa WAIt
41-W- _ _ YOUR CHANCE.2home. bedroo-n t 300 ft 10 acres land ISO bearing ue. JII ( .en with Asker I Income ISO OOO SQUARE FEET-Totfnrt tr 2-4531 000.00 fIrst -

r.ErER PARK-New I rom Ule 105x135 ft. lot 40 fruit !1 citrus trees pineapple. Valencia and ; Peter Realtor_ 8_Main_: 2- ter pos-ibiti than: I industrial site with 17. sq .> MOTOR JxrS* filling statin. 58uinmpst *1 00<1 of this year. 31 i.:
porch 1.rle. .- trees. In city fine Total j1 on D3 ft .rhos A CL. KEED LISTINGS oa all kinds of businesses Lon lease on
large 6-room bungalow Elec ORWIX frontagT aef. < right. pian belidIe4. Sale Steci
lo.tln .r.Pfrtt '
b.t. fireplace. Open price $6.00000. paved K"ORUT t Mr tlrk-2 O j -Filling stations groceries. I' PrIced riglat right tact price $3 aooee Canyj" -
gas. road. Priced j good terms.
J bUn Ls cub : Ask New
Sunday 10 & 1.i N. Orange Ve Van Hoten Clyde J Goodwin Inc.. 16.5.Herm.n for L355. CUld V. .l. 150.. Runes per with .1h 5" iter.t J on".t.e 118.. '/hw.Jl I etc Realtor Clients waiting H P. Boland. I I-I modern, 7T"the kind the public and de wish Oly. McKeasia.2-4T 1 4.W.Kxclusiv Central B sKM

: Ave. W. Central; 24775. N. Or.nc; *< a 9855 o 6660. 37. E CentraL Broker 677 N. Orange Gwn.d.l 985 I. G.J.ange.Brker.2-1993. e"cul. invited. Orange; 2-45SL Carrigan Building 672 K. 1 I Peter.mands.Realtor Jim M.12 Caldwell 8. Mate With; 2.07p.Ashef Continued Qn Next Page


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68. Business Opportunities I!165.____Help Wanted-Male I I 65. Sales Help Wanted |I I 73. Auto Service I ,$. Used Cars for Sale 79. L's!d Cars for Sale I r 76. TraDer-Truck for Sale

ANYONE: INTERESTED in sma3 ,j AUTO PARTS \VA\iiO-Opportunity j REPAIRED-W* supply all CHZVROLZT-1947 Aero 'M'n Jim PONTIAC 131 1-7Undf'r ZIMMER TANDEM-1947. In 4 and FLORIDA I
modern restaurant for season contAct -,I enced with SALHAN-Exper. SAN every mans eoor |I BRAE needs: tires, gas Cumbi Car. 904 Orange; Mast sell .t one. Ph. 6451. 0-paseuqer models. Now en dlsplar. I .

Sinclair* House.Station Davenport.at Holly Fla. HiUParkin I :'r.tP.o.Box! 17.OO commtJon. I Betel"DO'the chance to sell one rej j I and OIL Dixie Bale al Service. W. 2-452. STUDCBAKER-1941. A very Z-or'I' trio. refrIgeration 37-rt. ten*. metal and Body botu site-ess 5 HOUR SEPT. 14. 1947 PAGE 1

evictions Goodyear Liquid i South at Boone St. CHEVROLET-1948 Aero sedan. ..fimCumbie olid. fully equipped car.
ANNOUNCEMENT If you ar* an ACCOUNTANT Junior CfJL. to Costing to factories'warehouses industrial :I Cars. B04 N. Orange; pricing this car mar- stove. A low *. '239. Dp to 30
open act of books .. FENDER repairing andpainting. .10.1. .
experienced central inauranc* nan. I far small COO"n I plant churches schools BODY AND month pay. 201 M.
2-4521. keto Saturday
I will offer you partnership in old In IPar time. Writ B 1296. Or- nulls and Estimates gladly VelraD" Orange Blossom T.1
boplal. lIu5eS prop aun speciaL Und Carl. 101 5. CLEANING LOANS LOANS
established biuiness without Inestmeot I .at.r- Satisfaction .uarant4 D. CHEVROLET 1947 cD7eUbl.cup. Main )aru' ENJOY YOUR VACATION across LAS
OD your part. Writ Box M BODY-FENDER proof roofs for a period of 10 years. 234 W. 2-3153. A beuUfu blue with r.- : 8.0. I the nation in the world's lines
-Star. I M-pa.t el. Scarcity of galvanized and roll 410 less than BOO WILLYS 1946 Jeep station "non.R.dl trailer. Spartan Manor. BaTe
Apply 8am
iis an outstandingirocerywith 8op 130 North Oarland. Body rooting lives u.you a clear field anda 73-1. Auto Parts-A eeore W. Central. Jim Ave.Jernisan Used C.n 6 heater..onrdN. Low t..l.on a demonstator. Frank Reed SERVICEPECK'S Borrow B Phone

DO sood wilL Good inventory anc.4 earn HP to 8150 a wee*. ... 1895. Wykyg7l.Motora. '5 Trailer Sales M. Orange Bio**
: BUTCHER Must of men earned FRONT END REPAIR nowavailable deluxe 2 door N. M : '
splendid business and desirable lease. be experienced and For one our ,, PART ROL-lJ 227.SPEIU oem Trait
111 SO. "Speak to Spinel- Whitney I capable of manaslnc market. PM 81,311.40 on repeat orders from one I I for almost of Sed.n Excellent con- Chrysler Tudor se- i CALL US-THEN SOP

Spirit Realty Co.. Realtors. 700 fir local man now employed wlabn customer. Mr. Reid Williams made auto. C. A Pan..& Sons. 1010 W. dition. 8695. Harley Wadwor steal at 81093. Jimmies 50 strenstn% LESS in WEIGH-5"Msnor.more IN THE: SAME HOUR fOR
nlf BIdI.t 232&1.ItmUCEDOwDer. to make a change. Box 45 BStar. 8702 on on* order. and Mr. T. G. I I Church 81. 613 N. Orange Ave. Used Cars. 28th St. and Orange Save now at Frank Reed Trailer QUALITY CLEANERS
Jones earned 8673 50 in one month. CHEVROLET 1941 Town Sedaa. Exceptionally Blossom TraiL THE CASH I MO 1300resi
very tick. Met-j CRANE OPERATOR-For Practically new. OOs Salem 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail. 1
.22'
J. Hood earned '88 TEPo. I PHONE 6055HEINTZELMAN'S
Mil frescO cuatard business Steady Eo.e.a. 1 1 823 42 W. nic. a real buy at 8PECLDa. 1942 '-or Id.l.l -
permanent order. Another man has 1. G07ea. for.U 613 .... LIFE IS A SPARTAN RI
for auick tale. Living .. rIght 81193. Harley Wad.worh. J. I" D.e. Sina-
14000 man. Peninsular $570 on one order. Conlord. S'01. in the right manner. Gel cash culckir 0}'Or
1 I Orange Ave. Phone at
Gardner Real EMste Atency. 29 eret* Pip Co. Phone 1241 !ere a hustler you 859. I 'lo5. once. .1m as low as S2S62. Frank Reed Trailer Aat
Sooth Court: 8t. Dial 24481.Wiy I. Fla. I as ..el Commission eal daily 74. Autos-Traier Wanted_ CHEVROLET 1941. 2-door: very 1.., Dsd Cn. 28th. at and O- Sa>.. aoi N. Orange Blossom TaI r .Pritr.C t.,
clesn; very good; sell this car with
17-93-Bar and grille located CARPENTERS For steady employ and are no charge backs. Puil NEW 2 WHEEL 1-ton luxate and I
all mall orders. Our WANTED Will pay top price 30 day Veteran's ..piaLM.rtln'a YOU MAY b* broke bud. but this
ezce41ently on 17-92. Grossed ment. working credit linn on AUO lu.rnt. dump trailer. Leas than dealer' GFC LOAN COMPANY
approximately $55.000 OO last rear.1 TelfboD Goo Sunday cndition; ,, product has been on the make over to 10O clean cars. P.lt Car. 101. N. Wai: stick 1939 with Ford you.Convertible pay coupe for w rest price. 139 E. New Hamp.hr.Ar. *
b Standard Motors. Orange 8409.
frontage 0'xllO'' dee Wonderful : 35 has proven .o tb Wine JUt *.
Hl-wsy ,
and 3 p.m. Only I.a.D n Robinson Pbeat ITBS
the
motor and rest I. easy. Jimmies
a.m and Washington St.
for details while som DeLuxe Ear
equipment. Owner' one Tr.1 CHEVROLET Special
apartment i shed carpenters need apply. Writ I .
i.I. Used and
Orange i
is still open. We prefer applicants Set of white Car. 2t S.
attached. '27. 00 00 with terms. I t AUTOS WANTED-Will pay highest 4-door new Blossom
Clyde MrKenUe Broker, 104 W. Central COLORED PORTER-Must b hard. over 40. Consolidated Paint cash price for your car. Ollns Inc. sidewall tires and new paint. See this
: 24115.iZALS fast ..oker. good yard handy I Varnish Corp.. Cleveland. Ohio. I one before you buy. Jim Jernltan
422 N. Or- 76. Trailers-Trucks
142 N. or for Sale
man. automobiles and also Gal.nd 2-434 I Used 600 W. Central Ave.
ON WHEELS! I ACT NOW-M.k. 823 selling SO boxes ange. Car.
you want a 1 building 2-48. Inc.
2710 Ii.
money maklni traveling food buslpeas. Orange Ave.CARPENTERSFirst upkep.. Mr. Buu1 I 21 for 81 Xmai cards. Also SO and CEROL-II4 2-door sedsn. DODGE-1939. ton panel goodcondllton IFYou ,
WANTED Any make any
let me show you thla. '8:>00. 25 for 81 embossed with name on. AUTOS .r' fog lights. Clean K. W. Motors ORLANDO'S FORD Standard Motors
cash quicker. Wykytyl
modeL More
GenTle Painter with Asher Peter class minimum Sampl.and sellms plan on approv and mechanically perfect. Jim JernU corner Garland and Amelia. Dial
Realtor. 12 S. Main: 20786. per hour Single men 70 William St. Dl& 41. Motors. 731 N. Mills: 2-27.. i anUsed Cars. 6OO W. Central Ave. 2-0529._ t DERA
i
afraid the
::::4n model. are propertyyou
prf on account of housincshortase. Newark 2. N. J. CAR WANTED-Any make or DODGE SEDAN for sale or trade- DODGE wheel; 20' body:

iiBank: Loans-Services WU assist married men to MAN-WANTED. each city adJacent SO to 10O car each Bring Tburs I 1941. New motor. Driven less than 900x20 8TAK&10 r.r. .2x20 front. House occupy may b sold good place to or eel! a good Inc.
day. Best are paid. your
: : find or hO. Address to Orlando to represent and prce. 4.0OO milec. Good pint clean UP T4. Orange Home bt..een Leabr. used b.
to car or
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Install Thleme COltrct Company. I handle as own business exclusive distribution car HonRobn' hols'ery, radio. trade and Wld..o W1 tb OR

ment loan department makea personal Delray Beach of a nationally ad..erld Motor. Aucton. 2120 7349 8.for particulars Blo.om 'I Jeep in good condition. Call M. L.Raborn. too. I We blfve our prices are fair- 379 N. Orange Ave. Dial I-40M
loan auto loans finances Tr.l.
leading plastic tile company. Sanford. Phone UJate 1946 ten High U-S'o" are interested in buy- our above
auto makes appliance: loans homer DRAG LINE OPERATOR-Must beexperienced Experience and large investmentnot D. v wants to buy your DDI .belr. average.
car. E IC S:30: p m. or .rt Box 10. body. Can at 847 ml real estate a. aa investment -
business improvement loans. FHA and interestedin Box 30 S-Stsr. auto and will pay top b
loans. GI loans on a plan declined learning Ibr phases of 'con I. necessary. prices Immediately.trck D. V.me Inc. I DODGE-1939 4door. A one-ownsr 8. Parramere St.___ _ .
to says you money. 4th floor. Elevator .uucton Apply In penn Ealn Studebaker Sales and ServIce 234 car. For quick sale. First 3793 buys, LIBERTY HOUSE TRAILER-1946. OR 1944 FORD Convertible Sp.mal
Service. Air conditioned. Open IDC' 314 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. it. Will trade and finance. 693 N.Orange. used I weeks 27 ft-.tandem we1 Inc. Coupe. R.do. heater.
BIG EARNING OPPORTUNITY Phone 5612. electric brakes. HINZELMAN'S.
(-4 except Saturday 9-12. W those who I Manufacturer of high quality products ILLEY MOTORS. INC. will buy. senor U.t. C.I 6U. If you are a young couple! reasonable price.
DRlE ANn with Or- being sold throughout tb.Unlt.1t trade your car for the huh DODGE-1946 sedan. Jim Cumble HOUSE TRAILER-18 ft. Used 2 now establishing a homeOR UvCl1
INSTALLMENT. LOANS cost Ton lessat Isndo tborou.h1 f.ml.r. Apply to States and foreign countries dollar. See u* at 200 W. Central or csi904 N. Orange: 2452UDESOTO weeks sleeps four 1947 model. Phone 61S9 _

First national Bank. Compare Mr. Howell. City "v.IIS'. needs an experienced salesman to Phone S416. .-1936. New tires clean Inside complete with dolly aDd .1tr1 1941 FORD Coupe Exeepola
these coats. When the loan Is fort take charge of producing territory FRANK really knows how to and runs good. 6373. 1903 brakes 1 mU. west of Clean throughout.
100. you set 8 93-Payments 9 8 :34 DISPLAY la MEN-He three d .per11 In this area. Field training by Sales set Rla dollar for your car E. Jefferson. >n route-92 at Hick Grocery! If for any other relon. you

8 ISO. you act 139--Payments 12 SO Manager assures immediate substantial .or equity. Cash Per HOUSE TRAILER-25*. 9- mlfht be in purchasing -
fir
See Mr. Sullivan at Sear l mute.Wh DODGF DeLuxe '
8 200. you act 18 -Payments 16.6T J : .arnln. Write. living ate. ex- give 'em .. ? Priced for quick sal sdan.*. *"63 fet old Like new. Electric 'Ir.ke. real estate. 1840 B\.IC Super t-o Sedan.
8 300. you let 279-Payments 25.00 I prl.De. and year model of chance. 201 N. Orange Blossom taker. Act quickly! Ph. 2-2943. fi' swntng. butane chairs etc. .30. Radio beater. A tine car for the
8 400. you let 372-Payments 33.34 ( to Mr. Ackert. Box 1341. : 7683.HIGHEST Metahaa. Little Vlllste on '
8 500. S'OIl.et 46&-Payments 4147 ELCRCNSnat class for con Dallas, Texas. T.I DESOTO-1939 4 door sedan. Beautiful i Orange Blossom NOW IS THE NEWNOT family.
11000. you set 830-Payments .].3. CASH Paid for good clean car. Central Florida U.ton. T.I... TIME SEE
Abet monthly payment 12 months.Payments duit and motor control i.taUato. I used cars. Winter Park Motors.Fairbanks Jefferson and Garland: dial 2-2424 HOUSE TAlN. 1946 Conti T
I and New York: phone nental. furnished'
IS months 9.
for are smaller Just
risures Include life Insurance to pay p. O. Drawer 3427. Orlando. I CHRIT CARD low-Blttest earn- JEEPS WANTED Any make or DESOTO reconditioned.-1936 4-door 1907 Conway.d.n. Road. rooms.. Must be seen to be appreciated. O. P. SWOPE. REALTOR BRING YOUR CAR
Sell
National loan la Bank case at of Orlando.death. The 4th floor.Pleat I FOUNTAIN to 25 I als. Deluxe pronal..Pled-praon-I mode.cr.Need Martini 12 or Used 15. Cars.Also any 101 Sunday.Every evenln after 1.0. AU day Trailer COI&n or trade.N. 1 Carolina File. O..nu.Lol Moon. :. :. Newman. Sales Mana.rAsoiates [ REBUILT] FOR APPRAISAL

.
ate profit. Other No.
HL18 pre
f.r.d. Ito,.. 123 E. i := ; i..ls p : Supplies. Wallace -I N Strut phone 8409 DODGE-1941 Club coupe low mileage HOUSE TRAILER l. -1946 Zlmmer.

iiLoans Brown. 223 Fifth Ave. Dept. I radio and new tires. Centra ft. Tsndem; denim brakes: 2 Reggie Moffat J. A. Martin
Up to $300 R. S. Worlds. Auto
201. New York 10. Laae.t
Jefferson -
Florida Motors.
EVA8
cOT CI.ERX-Klderly. sober resa I buy- 4: can financed. Mr. Cox 1083 Genuine Chevrolet
interested in b
Van :. Wlndham W. WIlcoX
land dial 2-2424.
AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loans with transcript and MAKE: EASY MONKY-Selling finest' D.ler. fm.n. Will purchas. any : Oranee. -
switchboard. Extra. or relief some line 81 boxes Christmas cards and DODGE 1941. convertible clean: :
Iconomy Finance Company j. P. year make or and pay an Unbelievable ; HOUSE TRAILER. 27 Howardone -
night work. Apply lamar Hotel ststioaery. 18 bargain assortments.up moe radio heater. good tires. Phone of f.for
Barter. Msnaser. 1006 MctcalfBuildmi. the CaU the best living.
Phone 2-0339. Manaser.MECRANIC.Chsvrolet.. to 1001 profit. Write for 21 card 4321 or "o& 2-8081 for Information. Sleeps 4. Attractive awnlnt and R. S. EVANS'DAILY
ace 25 to 40. Leader OD approvaL aDd free oUer. 41.SATIOS porch. Priced to Bee Kelly. Lot ENGINE BLOCK
CASH LOANS-Quickly mad. on furniture Good health. Chevrolet training Dept. II. Silver Swan Studto. 320 69 Carolina .el. Park.
autos and diamonds. Orlaodo' WAGON Wanted Have
Fifth Ave N. Y.
own Home Finance Co. 314 and .lprienc. ae.uar Dealershipin pickup to trade. Phone FORDS-1934 coupe. 9225. 1935 HOUSE -1946 Deluxe All-
hill and lake TAIL
Mttealf Bids. Dial 20304.LOANS town OUTSTANDING Manufacturer seeksresponsible 2-0346. 313 Drive. coupe. 8293. 1937 Tudor. 18. All state. condition. S3 ft.. NEW TIRESSPECIAl.
section of Central Flrd.Gl. ase. firm or Individual to Vllln. stomp down wood ones. U sleeps four. electric refrigeration. 5 .
MADE: from 810 to 8300; If married numbr sell sensational, new MI Rapil Frees- SELL OR TRADE as your' car. Orange teU you right. I wont tell closets electric brakes. 8 ply tires.
S'O
strict privacy; fast service. Family experience ten years. aDd er. Makes ice cream aherberts. less Buick C. H. Dan Rl. 630N. wrone. J. SmIth 711 N. Orange. Reasonable. Mr. Jeans. Oak Trailer ASSEMBLES DOZEN-
Finance Service. Inc. 32 W. Central at least three references. Permanent than 2 minutes. No electricity. Lists orange I R Park. Cocoa. Florida.
..... Phone 57.QCICK position to right man. Writ Box '8BSta. 813 9$. Exclusive contract granted on p m. call .6... ,
HOUSE TRAILER 19.,. 21 ft. Butane .
quota basis. Wire write Precision
CASH LOAMS Furniture i or GET TOP CASH for your car
PRC FORD 1946 Tudor aedan. With ..
4. Used 3 weeksPriced
note and auto loans. 2-hour service. MECHANIC-Shop and foreman. Autos : Castings Co. Inc..165 Broadway New regardless of modeL Used ..Ie"
and low car. Jim .
Family" Loan Co. 501 Florida and farm equipment. Know: York a. N. Y.SECHRITAS. Car Exchange. 219 W. WashingtonSt. Jernigan radio Used a .mle.. eo"W. CentraL seen Box to .el. Forest or 'er.City Rd.Can. b. 600x 16 FOR ALL MODELS
Bank Bids. R. W. Callis. mallalU.I parts and records. State salary ase. mon Phone 2-2882. 12 Buys Dally
CARn 1934 Roadster. New mo- mile from Old ADopts Highway. o.ts.ndlc U.te
Pbone a-1861. experience and 3 Person PR
rl.rnce. money BADLY Of 1946 and 1947 Passenger1t 1936 THROUGH 1947
I DeL W. J. Howey .. How.-Ia-tbe QUlctl without risk. Fine biz line Ii NEE older cars. "95. Wykykyl Motors. 'l KOZY. EOAC-2'. butane stove

MODERN LOAN SERVICE-By ODe Hills. Fla._ _ _ different box assortment Wadtworth. 615 North Haler. North MIl.: dIal 22174. .. rf. br.ke. Lot Line Tire ARE NOW AVAILABLE 400 N. ORANGE'
MECHANIC-Packing House. Experienced Christmas and everyday. Your cash Telephone 8591. FORD-194O tudor sedan. Exceptionally 19. Carolina .

of Florida's oldest and most experienced in servicing and maintenance I profit eel to 1007 Unsold box assortments clesn. Jim Cumble. 904 N. STUDIBAKLR-1939 Vs ton
I GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any truet $$11.50 EachINCLUDING
of all packIng house mahlnI returnable in Decemberfor make or model. Starling-Alexander Orangey 2-4521. A good solid truck good DIAL 4771
small loan and flnanc.romp.DI. ery. Also qualified to supervise reI refund. Also extra profits for 501 N. Orange Ave. Phone FORD-1937 tudorT The best tranportatoln *- tation and brother. I mean to sell it
eeivinc and dumplnc of fruit. S'OI showing: wonderful name-im Moton. in t..a for the money. today! Mske m. an offer. MartIn'sUsed
... Private offices. Confidential Call Pratt Co. 647 W. Robinson Ave. printed personal Christmas cards low See and you buy it. CatosUsed Cars 101 N. MaiD: TAX
: ss 50 for 81. Four beautiful displayportfolios SPOT CASH PAID for your used car I Cars, Colonial and Garland 109. HOLLER
PRINTERS AND PRESSMAN-Excellent See J. C. McKeller. "Your PackardDealer. ; SPARTAN- everyone who Six deer
free. Start earning immediately. II HUDSON-1948 Super -
service. Mo delay. Terms to suityour 2-0881.
,
opening for cylinder prum.n.noor Write today for informationand 342 N. Orange Ave. Phone wants the Hat. now .t Frank MOUNTING FREEOther sedan. __ $15M'BUICK
compositor stoneman. free samples. General Card. 5147. FORD 1847 convertible. Fully Reed TraIler 851cc. 201 x Oran. i Bar'a

I income. Acceptance Corporation monotype with operators.top Permanent, positions and- w. J. uon. Dept. 246. .130 7. ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for aood equipped and less than 2.0 miles Blossom Trait. CHEVROLET CO. C -1941 4-door aedan. Radio .

pay. .ae.Uo. m. clean used carg. Jim Cumbie on this car. Beautiful lDlsl Your home when and sizes proportionally reduced Perfect in
at Florida. Horn office at 480 11.Orals. bonus. Good working condition with C.n al conditioner.
future in srowins firm. SPECIALTY SALESMEN Sell out- 904 North Orange. Avenue. Cab. trade or finance. 693 Or want it. Buy now at _' .nn....,.._ $1444
Avenue In Orlando. Phone .tr.ctY communicate with Al B. stadlnc S..t wrist watches expansion 2-4521. &61. Frank Reed Trailer Bale.201 N. Or 113 W. Central 3-4441 eV'1 r.p

Wri.- Printing Company Tallahassee. braele IDclude. for S12 00. IMMEDIATELY clean FORD-1938 coupe. New paint food .Blossom Trail. Pod FORD-1941 Deluxe J-
WANT
Tilt. Offices at Cocoa. Winter Haven .. reor pay high dollsr. Jim radio UBS. 313 8. Oarland. SPARTAN MANOR is so easy to tow. aedan. Sup new tires

SHORT ORDER COOK-Must b* experienced. ders. Send for Information and sample Jernlgsn Used Cars 600 West Centrsl FORD 1940 standard 2-door. Excellent you'll never know. It's the newSpsrtsn Central Florida's Largest General very do nice. Special at .. .... IPACBDI3 5
and it. Cloud. Sam servlcelUO Apply In person to at 8ff C.OD. Money-bark guar Avenue. shape. Cash only. See aft Msnor. Sav 8767 on new cIRS.D. Motors Parts and Accessory
Wall St.aTK I antee. Rosemsn Imports, 408 West for than we will S 'm.. B. Robinson by Airbase .. models. Frank Reed Trailer Sales ... 4-door ..
.
.. tlOO QUICKLY? Get It her ROOM WORKER Youns 14th. New York. ON'S all you can for your old I FORD.-'31. Model A for sale. Il-s 201 N. Orante BIIM"1 Trsll. Center. race.

on your own security. Florida under 30. Must b* ambitious BOYS over 16. Earn 82 hour! Sell ear while the getting I still Io. Box (7, Leckhart, Fla. T. E. SPARTAN ENOLVEERED like an airliner : c. eeepua '.5 .
Credit. 21 W. Pine. 1st stairway east have high school education expertcore name plates for houses. WriteNatIonal Shop around then sell here. mond.FORD. for a lifetime of service.
of Grand Theater. j many others have done. Central FlorIda Save on brand new model FrankReed
212 Summer. En-
important but not necessary.Bailey 1946 An exceptionally -
Enlr..I. Motors. P. Ph. 2-2424. 2-or. 201 N. Orsnse Bloesom It DDEIM IdaI
Co. 78 14. Haln. -
Motor Equipment BR.ton. Mlc. I clean car; mUeae: priced T.I. -$
13.lUortrare Loans Oarland. ASSISTANT am a salesman and low. Used 101 K. TRAVELO TRAILER-New. 14. for B eelet ect

ig STOCK CLERK-Mechanical experience proud of It. My business Is very Ii 75. Used Cars for Sale Main: 8409.fORA Ca. stle. Sleeps 4: electric : Profane VARNER INC. 'BUICK-1S34 .
4o
.
: AND RANCH LOANS 4% food product Is unusual andexclusive. *s. Telephone 4848. t.I $*
my
interest 20 year to pay-No (ees. prepued. Permanent p.lton ADCON-ao to 500 automobile Ford Dealer It a lood nag good ,
with with My profits are also UnusuaL TRAILERS New and New
used ..
loal her leek cart. uae.
Prompt service. jUx-McOiil Realtors be capable of I will divide my commission trck. e.n H.IDtl'D' *. .South.r -
Must
advancement.
36 W. Livtntston; Amf'rnl.model. 234 W. Central Ave.
1 Due to ruswe IDe. I.w
118 N. Orsus.Phoni 4147. p.m. .blP. 1151.
.
keeping inventory and waiting ODeu.tomer. earning with an honest and willingworker t. .1.1 las. in-
BOMS' LOANS-TO build purchase .1.ln full particulars in the following counties: are. having we .u.t 1 p.m.sharp. FORD-1940 Convertible club .oup. nerprllli m.lre. brakes. Complete- Phone 23153QUALI
Writ We selling lots of
rtfinanc and repair. Prompt serv- to Box I Seminol Volusla. Lake. Marlon. are good Jim Cumble Carg. 904 N. Si 695. A ce.aorlf "Colernen" and
S-ta. for CENTRAL
ke. Reduced COl\&. Complete plan Sumter and Flagler. See Mr. McCulInush. cars private O"DU' each .epl I 2-4521. "Prewar stove part new butaa and 101 W.
sixties available. Includma plans I SHIPPING CLERK-Opportunity fo Msyfair Hotel. Eanford. than W* had more .nf''' c.r them last with |i FORD-.1932. Mode B. Good rondti ta'Olin ranges dollies awntnes. TRUCKS

seeciflcationa and house modeL Winter -i OB-The-Job-Tralnin advancement. for v.t.ra optional. Monday 9:30: a m. and 2.3 P.m less than ever Idor. miles on them.Remember t tion. Can be .en at 736 N. West bottle gas eouiomnt. ete. Anknev CARS DIAL 4321
Sales. S4O N.
Park Federal Savings k LeanAwn. i moreisnd Drive Tral.r o.nl. Bloapoat
t 7. Employment Agencies you 1.1 buy or sell from I Phone 22505.
>
224 Park Winter Park.
Ave. Mills Supplies Inc. 1233 l.r Orange the cheapest to the best here. Anyone FORD-1936 4-door phaeton. Black. Tr.1 1947 OLDSMOBILE .78" 4 doorSedan.
Av*. BROWNS PERSONNEL can buy or selL Don't cheatyourself. run tood. tires sood. cheap for BUY A NEW SPARTAN with electric Radio like
WAils on all types of property: lone in and Registry. If smVIC B. here. Ooff Automobile casil. 21 W. onppru. refrigerator AB model ese stove.Only lew. 1941 Special
PLYMOUTH
or short terms; low rate immediate TVISION-RAIO V.trn an .n- work liun.313 W. Central. you Auction Co. Lakeland Fla. FORD-1936. Vry clean. Centra 82950. Frank Reed. 201 N. Orange 1947 DESOTO 4 door Sedan. Like ton luxe -tedan. 'D

aervteo. Harlow O. Fredrick.: 118N. limited field of traiDII'lobs w1tl advancement want help call & I BUICK- 1941 Century 4-door sedan.Exceptionally Florida Motors. Jefferson Blossom TraiIMMEDIT new. CHEVOLET-II clean 2-o__ _R.4l._ IW99
Oranse At.. Phone 1188. _-
and _m.D. see our clean. 81495. Wyky- land: dial 22424. Dual
for men
*'
i iVPHOLTElied 69. Work Wanted-lemaie 751 N. Mills dial 2-2174. 1947 CADILLAC Club wit wich. I
ad tinder "Instruction.. 1'1 Motors. : FRDlOi super delux eoup.Low 12" Coup.Alo.t CHEVROLET-1941 2-o sodaS.

fast comp BVci sedan. Fully owner. Ph DELIVERY new. wheels, spare tire. Extra I An excellent at -- $
!
MONET AVAILABLE. low Interest BOOKKEEPER-Thoroughly experienced b
in all lines.- low mileage, 17 Black. P. O. Box 155.FORDModel
1946 PACKARD Custom Clipper.
well located residentialana in seneral ledger and bookkeeping -
rates l business on properties In Orlandoand Chance for advancement. Apply Ruts machines. Ph. 962-M. Winter mechanically. 81850. pefec. Original owner I A. 1931. aealDable.I MILLS Almost new, .everything.1S4 good mechanically. New STUDEBAKER 1842 Cnaa
Co. 1122 W. Church. Telephone 8482.I I
Winter Park. No brokerasa.Sett Mattress Park. I der Skyway tor ed.
. b first class. BUICK-1937 special sedsn. BUICK Super Sedan. Very tag $995 9k.
** Investment Co. 23 W. Wash- 4or HUDSON-1942 business Good overdrive .
COLLEGE GRADUATE desires coup. ICE
I
VOLT&Mut CREAM.
e iBSton. Phone 8J13.RIAL \competentman. position in business responsible Ready for driving anywhere. Ex.cellent condition. SB8S. Be low mileage. new M .. --- 'IU
other R. 8.Brown. orprofessional mechanically and clean In- 1 Grill. E. RoblnoD.JEPSTATON .
"
.on. .0Id.r office. Experienced intyping. AND '194 PACKARD 120" Clipper.
N. Av. and terior. '65. can finance part. 693N. WAGON 1947. FORD 1942 IVz ton BUICK-1939 4d tan c-
Reply Overdrive practically new. -
5612.
rcepton lel. .._____._._
master
ESTATE: LOANS Low cost! WELL-DRILLER Mast b Box 59 miles. Jim CumbleCrs. CUSTARD MACHINES at n" -
. To buy. build or refinance home driller and know all form- 8Slar. BUICK-Coupe. 1936: original owner 904 N. Oranee:2.452i.MOTORCYCLEHarley 1941 CADILLAC "63" Sedan. with hydraulic lift. pre
tad business property. The TruatDepanm.D& tions. Top pay. good hours. you nRS LUDRS Wants DUN; must sell Sunday. Call Davidson 42- dump CHEVROLET 4dr ..
not apply. .. A.e. Special Deluxe ...._._ '?
of First National Bankat cannot "uabf pla.do I 45: in good condition has new Free Installation and service It41YOt. Good mechanical condi dan Hurry "
. Orlando. second floor. Libby and 'l W. Church HIGH SHOl GRADUATE-Would BUICK-1939. special club .oup > tire and motor. Ph. 7550. 1700 8. can. ,

SI. like a ,. Ilstn&or a radio; perfect condition. K. Division.t ._ _ _ 1941 OLDSMOBILE "98" Sedan. tion. Dual wheels! $995 PLYMOU-ll3 2-or edn-
receptionist in Phone
WILL PAY <% Interest for 88500 Good dotr' ofrc. Motors corner Garland and AmeL.t SUNSHINE thniovt J435
WOl PR8JRJ&eraa. 2-4692. MCTORCYCLE..Indian CO. Hydramatic, radio and beater. TIPtp cod -
West SALE
Dial i
.
from priests pan Will slve 1st I 20:28.BICUt ? fed rebuilt motor. .
mortsai on motor court worth Colonial Drive.iUiWHITE. PRCCA NURSE desires work I '"Super sedsn. Very $195._1425 E. Concord. r.t.tr Exclusive Sat. 1941 CHEVROLET 2 door Sedan. FORD .
, 824.000. reparable in 12 months Unecessary. cOMpanOD Mrs. Annie Dlckln Cumbi Cars. 904 Ii.OraD.e 405 Hampton Street 1939 1% t o i\.
Box 88 8-8tar. MN I earpnte. 2906 Ave. Ph. MWRCRY con..ertbl19t. Radio. These car 11d with a 30-dav gear. CARS
OTHER
helper. With 1m. Sanitrium :58. : 2-4521 Hlthen P. O. Box 2818 Tampa Florida for used Tractor semi trailer with 200
eaU 'J 11t. RI ante* We caSh -
1119 St. Sunday be : car
hour. a M 8TORHoDlen u BUICK-1941 Super 4-door sedan. offer After a
t..u
laud *r buy your ewe horn. Us 8OO8. ._ .lAnr l.iUOU This Is a nice clean car priced i Sundsy. Par. 8.0 m cattle rack. Extra FROM
(beDirect Reduction finance YOUNG MEN 19 to 38 years .f sac !!!_.L34 Pine- Castle tl Jim Jernl. Did Cars. : Ushtwelthl j. C.-MCKELLAR, INC good TO SELECT

Flan." bee First Federal Savins interested In installation telephonecVntral WANTED-To bear from a Christian _ I MOTOCyCPanoU per talon: mechanically$995
and Loan Association of Orlando, 60 office equipment. Uust 5.smile. lady 11 .e a steady rlb1 BUICK- An.9gdal Sedanette. Jim bump erasing 8355-8155

last Pin at Court Street. Weekday high .cho graduate or "u1 woman her. Cumble N. Orange; 2- down, balance 10.lri.1. D. Varner.Inc. '
1-J. Saturdays 8-12. .al.nt .llal condito. Intercession City. Fla. 4521. .. 234 W. C mont..

to travel I ruid. Reia EXPERIENCED young widow with 2 makes.. .
BU1CKS-As well a. other MERCURY -
ted electrical, communications chidren 1 school age would likehousekeeper Nice selection. Orange Buick Co. 139.or. ..ean.. $$25
64. Help \Vanted-Fcmale experience considered in t. of guest home or H. Dean Ross N. Orante Ave. G eonditoa.Ave.
call Mr. 33 100 .___ .
establishing starting In motherless home. Mrs. Phone 5410: p.m. call 4646. NEWSHIPMENT
BOOKKEEPER-SECRETARY Must J. B. Blair at Ban after Elizabeth McLendon 0 Keller. Box NASH-1933 Lafayette 4o sd.n.Rou.h .
ba empenenced. Permanent poat- 10 a m. Monday. Western Electric lea. BlahopvlU B. C .call 3-1101. BttlCK-l542 8upr en..UbJ.1. but run .o s. 426 E.
" ..... att-tfar waek with local cor- Co.. Inc. Orlando.TO conditon. New lP. radio South St. C "YOUR PACKARD DEALER"

paration. Apply slvlns lull details. with proven ability for MANAGE rooming or apartment Iqvl. 10 Dr. Ph. NASH-1941 4-door sedan. Has radio
,.. 43 S-Star. SALMN service rout State quallftcatlons. house on commission or salary or -. I and overdrive. 8325 down balance JOB 34 N. Orant Ave. Phone 9147

COUNTER QlKi. WANTED-Between Box so_8t.r.EXERNCED housekeeper for hoteL Best refer CHEVROLET-1936 2-or .ean Extra 813 a month. Jim Jernltan i

ates 18 and 33. Experience annec.an. FURNITURE ences. Ph. 2-7301. special different Used Cars. 600_W. Central. .,

):; .. Ueal and uniforms furnish selling. 8ALE This condition car and ia like we have new.bad i* in It P.re OLDSMOBILE-1947 98" doS se- No extra D. Varner Inc.

-c ed. Trainer Cafeteria. opportunity for good man to makepermanent 70. Work Wanted-Male than 12 hours. Better hurry it dan. Radio heater hydxamatic; work I or-

FOUNTAIN HEl. to 23 age pr connection. Apply In .rla won't. be her. after noon. Priced at tow mieac. 33195. Wykytyl Motors. work bot ,
Store. to Thorp Furniture Co. 221 W. Gen Av Tjl J. Mia: 2-2471. .
W.
fert D. 12& ACVA-Bol a bargain. At 60 C'Dtra Used Cars
Or. Church. .r ledlr. fnancia only. R. S E..an. OLDSMOBILE-Leaving city personal 234 W. Central Ave. SALE T START
IMMEDIATE: : EMPLOYMENT for experienced .tatemen3 years .lrnc. 1J car. 1941 cream colored STIVERS-PONTIAC
between and 28 t pack -1942 Fleetline Aero b.drlatle. .
OI 1 .
H
CEROLT .
sell doulbut In Must outside sl1cltt. A mileage on* owner car. 1.1en' .ondlton. Mr* R. H. MONDAY MORNING
k* meat .14 Apply la person equipment furnished. chaa. EERCE- Home appUanc S139S. Wykytyl Motors. 751 N. Mills: Driv. Apt. .. e fi. Colonial-Orlando Phone 2-3153
after Open for .dr'le.ment. Apply in pnof accept JUu with dial 2-2471. Phpne2-4803.
P. \. 1 Co. reliable firm as sale -
Virftnla t Ptur 22 '' Good
D.ODU Torp CADILLAC 0LOBIlN2. endlton.
manager Capable of assuming full 8S' Tudor and
WOK Lltht responsibility 10 years* in din, atr.1 a.to' : .dan. NEEDS
c.U.some of book- POSITIONS are plentiful for barbers this field. Bos 27 e&prlenc tires. : S1200. Phone 118.PACAR112 CHECK / YOUR
-
a"l be aCClr.t. P.rmaflint. and hair stylist Pay 55 eood.worklnc S-ta. i Motors. N. Mills- Clipper 2-door. Ex HERE
, 213 No. Main 8787. I conditions grand. Let as pre MALE NURSE in private home or In- 5 Low mlleaeC?
1941 sedan. cadltol
pare you for permanent paving P stitution. Dependable with, refer CADILLAC 2-t. Practically Owner 1109 W.
GOOD BALLROOM DAlia.I I sition. Free training tools ences. Phone Mr. Reynolds 8746. r lr..n: deluxe equipment; new Hsrvsrd. 'tr. TUBS
23. condition. 37.000 actual .
Co. i monthly income to veterans who can el elen UDRIVEITRENT FILLEY'SBETER
train mldtown ballroom con SALESMAN-Young man. experienced original owner. Phone 2-4592 PONTIAC 1937 4 door. New motoc.new .
studio. P1i through Satur I II.lf7. For further Barber tnforat.n Culture.Colleges. new car. now employed desires Mr. Web' or 2710 N. Oranle.CHEVROL frontDd. new clutch and TrucksDon't Built-in

day. 1 t* S P. W. Central Broad Jackson permanent lie Job in Fla. I. 1942 deluxe. 80. Can be seen between
Jan DickseS.LAUNDRYXILPEzperl.nc.d.. I 1 & Write P. O. Box 3844. Baltimore 14, Ma.tr '2 and 8 Sunday at 610
I .1.. FlS_ _ _ _ Md. or S p. m Citrus Ave. Ph. A-NEW TRUCK or
Apply elderly evenings 1026 8. Orlando Ave. Winter 2-140.
Bland L u4. East Colonial LONE to menage MIDDLE-AOED Men's Transient or Shelter lan YOUNG MAN for permanent office of I Park. Mr. 1.. t. PACKARD-1939 6 cylinder PASSENGER CARS LVATORIE
work. Must knowledte
Drive. baY mote A-l rubber. Bsrtaln. $ CA
for Army. Room board CADILLAC 1941 with radio and to these
see
NURSES: IUllln11-bed.tU.. and a.la..ton. Apply IIS Z Central bookkeeping by letter and b to good t'Plt.NationalCash Apply heater. Less than 25,0 me. !e at 212 W. Michigan Ave. 6-9 p m. byDAYWK fai COMMODE :

81798 fl mat Av*. Resister 308 T.. Main 1.0. Ph. '758.CHRYSL PLYMOUTH-1946 Special deluxe you buy.BUICIC1941 .
ana Otald. Reins ao..aDe.. NTW. WELL-PAID JOBS Are OPen- Orlando. Co. S Cenolete. D.e. sedan. 9OO actual miles. Jim Cumble or MONTH 47 PONTIAC Sedanette SINKS
era Apply Cars. 904 : 2-4521.
hopia. regular Limes FieldArtillery. J. OrM.e Like new.
Baltimore City Hopaa1 .East Ins up. t the expenses paid. and 873 YOUNG MAN with small family"desires pick. J. S. C. Motr.IS N. Orange.0r PLYMOUTH-1941 Special Delux 2 Super Se rut Rim and CrerREFIGEATORS
Al work with living
era Ave.. "u.rr.Et&t. Ave. Phone JIM CUMBIE
laltmo. a month start. Startling changes door .e.n New motor exceptionally 47 CHEVROLET Convertible Club
OFFICE ASSISTANT-With knowWedse flat the U. B. Army tardennlnt or pr 81193 Hsrlev Warts- clean.
ar* taktnt Write Box CHEVROLET 194O convertible dan. Very 04w.
. of shorthand air _adU Field Artillery Even veterans ol the fred.. Eper1ced. coupe: coed condition sings. Wy worth. 615 tt. OraneAve. Ph. 8597. Cup.Mao fm he
ed ctilre. Must be .mal.a' war would not recoanle. l kytyl Motor. N. Mills: dial New paint DODGE-1941 5 Passenger ca.
. dent. Apply person. 1241 N. Or- lil. new equipment which ; VOtiNG VETERAN Seven fa .' 2-2174. 5 PLYMOUIH2 elastic
- anse. 1 : mea are opr.tlnl. successful sales .lIprlene In seat ;covers..e. l0r o.prh.u sell U-DRIVE-I Coupe. '49 MERCURY Club Coupe New

RECEPTIONIST to. answer phone. 812week. men for wholesale grocery bUlne.deltre to cheap. 104 W.. CpvttalAve., stake Eer
days. call 7407. Guided Missile School workint pn make Orlando ills hor.and CHEVOLE-197 'M BUICK Super 4-Door Sedan
CHEVROLET-1933 4-door tedan. 1947 "6". Streamline almost and
with PONTIAC
Pia. rockets and in New u interested la connection :
STEAM tlrl- rk.t-I..De.ln. of sood concern. Excellent Runs nice good Ure. .e. p'lnL'Ii. new. A beautiful 2tone.Priced Go as 6.000 actual mile- all accessories. -
Mexico.
TA..prl.D' r."ue the Oh.r lear new t.lkS'-lu.t.r.f.r a* t character and ability.rlerac.Cal c1 Colonial Motors E Coio- t sell. W. men to tarn it. new. Jbt Gas

t hol week. App1 M. such as "Little David* 11-m. led K. Peter Cra' 3'8. a 2031.COL Liberal tradea. and I months t I
.. 2007. OAB.aTORHER mortar which hurls a shall w.I.J laata or writ Sou e par M.na' Used Can STUDEBAKER 1941 '4 CADILLAC Sedanette. RefneatrWASHING
2 tona / .. Decatur Oa. 101 H. Main: 't8.PNACII' Has everything.
E&peri.n.Nfe 2 Door. Lk. r
a. Very
Champion
.
are IS to 34. Inludn (or '. 2-door Stream and a .
I ,1
dIes h
71. Sales and Service
Airplane
consent
resident of Orlando 17 parents' the cleanest '4* clean.
wh 1* in security and ed _I.qualified you can sing up for IJ 4-door sedan. mobile I Will sell auto with tot K. Orange AT*. Dial 2-4521 MACHINES
Intert Miss Grant 3 years or more with the Field Artillery. TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman Only 125.COloDlal h. had FORD-19392 Door. .t CHEVROLET Sedancttc.
"Icment. Cu If are an .& Widseon: land sea and Motor 1238 ; new car .r.Dte. Puny equipped: Low mileage rvtry
TYPIST rapid you -wnlc.man Ilt.ft & l.nw a .
-Must be experienced Veteran' training. Briced right. Martins Used Car 101 2
can begin a secure career respect.
and aeate. Permanent plton to you horn with reasonable a"l&ranc clo country Club. Ph. Winter Park 883.VETERAN'S 2-0363 N. Main: (409. CHEVOLT-1937 GAS
off. fh
.t atrDon Z. t fG .t a one-year assignment S '0' FLIGHT < PONTIAC 1937 convertible sedan. Save Money 1 Save Time!IRE I. M FORD 4-Door sedan STOVS
a".I..nt .
Area. transportStlon at '1. ProfIt -
own Army Single and moiU-engme r CHEVROLET-1936: teudor standard; G CHEVROLET 1941 Deluxe Apartmentand
9.000 actual
.OMAN WANTED to make sandwiches. Leers while you earn-.-receive the Job training for mechanic's raUnc. excellent K. W. Motors PrphU...Used Can!0 W.Central mles
Experience not necessary. SillIest pay la history free fond.rlothtBC. Call Ryan Apopka. conditon and Amelia Town Sedan. Very
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Telephone 3789 after 1 noon. quarter and medical care. Pll corft FORD 1-Door Sedan
Itto aoor. &
Dail 4 Sizes
WAITRESS_Prefer married lady. You 11 have the chance t* sav no 2 Autoa-Irnck for ttcnt_ 2052.CADICII4 PLYOO, 8993. -Profit epUoo withPreprint's" clean. V.r low mileage. BWda
Must be dependable. 813 ttk. Apply to 82.000 during a 'Dlltm.nLAI .
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Used 500 W. Central FORD 1946 Deluxe
62four door
Can Super -
1001 W. Church St.WAITRES D obligation S'ounl. D. VARNER U-DRITE IT-Drive it Ave. MERCURY 4-Door
your nearest U. 8. Air yourself low rates by or duoD. dan dramatc. radJo. hpatr. Ida
... Al ; Sedan. ELECTRIC
Must me A
b ezneDe Fore Recruiting Ofne. RutlandEulIUint. 234 W airndltont lautfu.utomo I'M Like ne. au er. RAGE
P o part & Orlando Florida. Neil be Vame.U-DycIt_ bt. a. p t.t INTERNATIONAL
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Shop. 48 M. Oranse.WAITRESS eatr PD. 3313.IRTDRa .
C.fe slid to you the opportunitiesIB I o..r at a price. Used PLYOO-1831 cp. Hoc IUn'lo CHEVROLET 4-Door
=Must elnae stare for you..ESales for rent- Exchante Inc. Washington St. atG.ra Is i ton truck.CHEVROLET. A good buy for Sal,.
moe WATER
_ Apply with the tom rat on o HOT
. cDUal R truil. .e.1nt HT
.orl t by hoar week. Low 375N.
Wanted day o rat nitht 8243. 3. M. 1939
t.urDt. C.ntrl Help ..Dadin. .
Orante. phone 2-4064. PLYMOUTH Convertible Coop* Automatic
TOUNO LADY-T* serve in an Ic* CHEVROLET-1937 coup.8350 cash. Smith. 711 N.'Orange.: Town Sedan. 4 Ga
cream crleMa a-day week. B SALESMAN Experienced. To sell JIM cm-fRlE-r 47 See W. S. Young Camp. .

Mr. .. 8 Ruth's Ice aluminum aWDI.S Don Oru. K..rlont 3227 RuM A.e.CHEVRL A NEW CAR TODAY 41 BUICK SedanetteV HETSFES

'_ Dr.-l 1010 Oranse Blossom 1718 N. Mtll : Compttv. rat. 8. 1947 Fleetmaster CDeenlble PONTIAC-Tudor: new tra radioK.
Wanted. Over day! Oraf.e elal Vacation SP- it w. Motors .
RESPONSIBLE whit woman to live SLSE cu.t painted .2. New OLIN'S U-DR IT. INC.-New cars 0 baut1 u.t Liberal tradein end Amelia. Dial 2-052. BU for week month.
la beme. Private room and bath No empUUon Writ Concord or on your car. nut* delivery; PONTIAC-1840 convertible club Drive It If 1 easy.'and CAR every dar. If Ton art t..t
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No red tsp 2 location 342 M. 71n.
Assist Me .
coekinc. to Used
la Llsht pay.
heavy ".rk. Character reference c- Concrt. Mal. Orange. Ph. 2-4814. and 142 N. Gar Car.I month Main: .t.M.r' St.HUp.. reasonable. 13} E M&rk .ea.bUI.C.r beautifully eon- ef better. 'rlaU.. New and Used
IALZSMAN-Botooen 3S and 43. 2-4347. 2311.PYOUINI Bests let ni yea w* fciaotttr
essential. Box 21 ants IDd. P CHEVROLET-IMC An emcepUonal. tu.e. .ep.lr 1..e. I aow t
Rush School graduate with successful FW.
WANTED 8r. with clean moroon. the o&a serrlc Call t GOOD CLEAK VIES CABS
: ..ttel. le .ri.a.for 1u Florida 7J.. Ante Service lw. < MotorsORANGE
lowipa. 1..0& Pa. S territory. .i.1 ll partlcu- til .IU over 10 worth of ex- Z-door edaa. com in. without ebUat.for full

: _ '_ lars. Box 47 -$ ALIGNMENT Free tDapa &aa. very 1. mileage. This trulhut. In perfect con particular
R.11.JIUL woman earelor ) SALESMAN la (urreahdinaterritor- Prompt repair by 1M er 1 priced to sU this week. Liberal dition. Koor mt & .BLOSSOM TRAIL AlTEftlCAN PLUMBING SUPPLY
.ald. Jas Contact at *>o lee for on* roof barn anic. A one-stop service at O- t.n. Martins Used Car*. 101 Colonial; 235 FILLEY MOTORS, INC

&8-ta. paint exclusive r Is co.Unl.. a.WI plan years Service, 3 N. Orange Ar._ N. lalD: $. t ATWASHGTON AND AfFLIANaC CO.

frOf nls-tht pay taod are pt allows S'01 t* beat (ompeUtO AUTO !K-OBS.Dli1 CHtVROLrr-1941 special deluxe STATE DIUT-U BELT SYSTEM 200 W. Central Dial S41
: Let Da..tll account \prou..r.. UI" al l.nL sedaa. Exceptionally cleaa. PONTIAC-1947 Torpedo -f la. STREET 234 W. Wa.1 St.IIr .
yen. Florida Beauty .. Jack e 8uld.n Co.., 17 allel.. C.ra .b. S'0 wait. C. A.. Cumbi Cars 9O4 M. Orange: ette. Rade Olln's UM Ca. 375 N. Orange A *. ,.2-0
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Stocks Attract 1946 1917S I Civilians Cited For Aid In Navy Reserve Drive

I Eggs and Poultry !r J f M A M JJASONDJFMAMJ 1ASO'Vb>' Orange County \\1

JACKSONVILLE CAP) Florida nearby ba Court RecordsMARRIAGE
fresh eccs: 30 Civilian committee members' The ceremonies will afford i! in the campaign and. at the same

[Meager Support AU tales to retailers: Net Wt. Cur.MM. ,, APPLICATIONS who served May 18-25 on the operational Naval Reserve members an "op- 1 time give the committeemen and. ,

Grade A __ 24 Net ox.doe 68 iD Crta.Grsa 71. j I "... .'- 466th William AAF Gordon Bu. Sq A.Bmrfleld.OAAB. 38.and Ann Addle Naval Reserve Cam- portunity to learn what the com- the general public a better idea of. I

Medium ______=_ 21 01. 5i 62 4 ))941 Month Aere ""' '''- Rome Brennan. 33. cashier. 1116 Xlorri paign to increase the membership I mittee members did to assist them 1 I the activities of the local unit." ?
MARKETS AT A GLANCE Small -______n____ 18 0. 48 51 St.Glenn quota of the Orlando unit of the : I
CHICAGO: : (AF). Extra lane _____ 28 oa.na 10 73 Emerson Tyler 19. truck driver
WNEATl Firm market considered .*..- Sales direct to consumers: '"" >: MIami. and Rebecca Mae Smith. 18, clerk, '' reserve will be presented with cii i
cola Net WI. Cur.Mkt.: 375 1618 Grande ..An.DorotbJ'S tations at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the i
CORN: Higher with wheat.OATS Grade A Per doe taCrt*. <
: Firm eeud trade in brisk rally. I Lane _________ 24 01. 77 81 I IN CHANCERY Naval Reserve Armory. Complete line of
HOGS: Nominally vncnancctf.CATTLCi I I Medium ____ 21 o&. 68 72 a E. Bales TS. Dr. P. Phillips and The citations for service in the i
Nominally. unchanged. Small _____ 18 os. 55 59 Son et al. quiet title.SUITS '1 campaign will be presented by Hospital and Sick Room SuppliesTrusses
IN COMMON LAW
Extra lar _______ 26 ox.up 80 84 l
NEW YORK- rAP -Heavy I Florida dressed sales to retailers, to consumers Asher Peter vs. C. I* Rabb. damaccs'! Capt. Walter C. Wingard Jr.. pub- Supports Crutches
S6SOO. j.
: He information officer for the
speculation in commodities overshadowed : John H. Mendrnhall ts. Joseph B. Leon- I
Dressed Lire
the stock market dur- New York stylo -.and Drawn ;' :. ard. damages. S75OO. unit and Capt. J. W. Boulware. I Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds
ing the past week although the !i Fryers Red 2 Ib UP _-__: _:. SO S7 : Acceptance Corp. of Fla. vs. J. Waldo director of Naval Reserve for the
i Broilers Red /-2 __ 50 57 Griffin replevin.William Seventh Naval District to the fol- Sales and Rentals339'No.
latter attracted a little more sup- Hens heavy. ___ ____ .4 .9 : Wentrop et us TS. W. E.!: Long
port than in recent sessions. Hens light ___nnnhU nn 33 38 ejectment damages S100O. j lowing committee members: 'j I t
"; ,.opt I.omJ F Con
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Grain. and other staples hit :;0-- COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. I I Mayor William Beardall hon- o/\ +
new highs some climbing daily treat. The day's aggregate of ; Ola M. Pool. final report estate of Moscow orary chairman Lloyd F. Gahr

permissable limits but profit rea- 830,000 shares was the top of the ::s C.Pool.E. Wills. 16th annual report and application acting chairman Vernon D. {AtOgA=.. ANR ftIIIifT ,
lizing cut the majority down at for discharge estate of Francis | Hunter. Capt. Maxwell Wells. I
the weekend following a boost in week.The M. Bowlands. Henry Balch. Buell Duncan. J-efs.e& ."".M4ia. 0r'-4
market reverted to the 2.0 Marjorie MrConanxhy Smith final report ,
margins. Bonds were spotty estate of David McConaugh. ; George Barker. Robert Blizzard Orange Orlando Phone 7253 2-4258
advancing side Tuesday although Larson and Sidney M. Swope. s
throughout. Scanner rO'l report and application Roy j
transfers dwindled to estate ef Mollie !; t
The share department' enjoyed 750.000 shares. Buying in the Branch. II. P. Danforth. Victor Buis- ,
two fairly good recovery days. On Mrs. Mabel L. McCall. petition for Pro-
set. Eugene Hill. William N hit-
balance however it suffered a final hour changed the course bate of Fill estate of Moses Nathaniel I WELCOME CENTRAL FLORIDA
aker. Joseph Rinehart. J. B.
loss for the fourth of trends. Gains of 1 to 3 pointsor 1 McCall. .
net
email Audrey Katherine McClure final report
Archie
W. F.
straight week. While volume wasI so for pivotals were plentiful and application for discharge estate of Rodgers Graves "151ou( factory and showroom-see bow car famous ImBerspriif Mattresses .
although 'numbers leaders remained Alma Wamser. I Lasseter R. Wingfield. F.V.. and Matching Box Spriafs are hvlt. Our Hollywood beds sad Sots ,
of 1
I the best since the week Aug. t
I on the losing end.A Slight and William TolL beds will be oa display too. See before JOB buy ,
the million-share figure never was
last-minute bulge Wednesday Instruments Filed I Phone 2-2213 for a Boss Representative to Go Anywhere Central Florida
approached. John' A. Kroh et nx to Shirley LaVertneBord
Not since July 30 has therebeen enabled the list to duplicate its.I(.I ,75 Yd 10. and Louis B. Brame nits 8250. "SlEEP !IH
average improvement of the day' Cairo Inc to Norvll B. Grilfy et ux Louts E. Basel. claim of ben 8701.
a millionsession.Some Mme Tbo Pit War wd $]0. O H. Lewis et nx to M. C. Lewis wd 810.
bidding for stocks was attributed before. While the day's total tap 3D Carl Courtney. et ux to Lord H. Arnett | John S Perry. et us: to J L Jackson spl
partly to covering by ered to 740,000 shares. 290,000 appeared tes31 os Pre-wow et ux wd 510.McCormick. | wd 810Ray
in the concluding hour. Lumber and Manufacturing L Hock rt ux to W B Bridges: et
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shorts and Investment nibbling on -- Co. to Sarah Tate part rel Judgment. ax wd 810.
the idea the market had been The upswing was viewed as mainly DARK OUTLOOK FOR YOUR CAR! Auto productionisstillbehind Lake Holden. Co. Inc to Fred. W. Mows I Ward-Barnum-SrhuKs h" to Harlow G $
of a technical nature. et ux wd S10. Fredrick et ox wd 810.
oversold and was due for at least I Stocks slipped on balance pre-war figures. In 1941, about 4,800,000 passengercars T. C. Hawthorn et us to Charles E. R S Archibald fus to Ruth 0 Ten- COMFORT"t.
( technical comeback. On Hawthorne et wd S10.
a good ux broeck wd 81O.
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1122WESTXHURCHm&i
the other hand accounts again Thursday due to the presence in and trucks came off the assembly lines, or about 400,000 Coy W. Jamerson. et. ux to Fir Fed S rand 'I Harry N Dicluon et ux to Edwin C Hap
the index of several wide losers Loan Awn. mtc S8345. et us Qcd 810
month. On the above we've the 1941
placed
trimmed those who a foto-graph
were by were Albert J. HUdreth to George A. Blanchett i I! Emma Scrugts to Edwin C Hal et UXI :
I apprehensive over the inter- but plus signs outnumbered de- monthly production line over the 1946-1947 figures. et qx wd S10. I Qcd $10.
clines. Volume picked up to 800- average W. Park Fed Sat and Loan Acsn to Ar-I I
national economic muddle the 000 shares. Distillers and textiles I J The shaded area shows how much '46=47 production fell below nold Menk et nx sm.
cloudy export picture and the possibility Cliffie G. Lemon et ytr0 Joe Ferex
t of a business flop in the were among the good gainers. !r rFriday's pre-war figures, while the black peaks indicate production in i et. '1 wd 1. I Ii I PLANNED INCOME
proceedings were a case :: i Rose A. Henson et rt to Kirby Smithet :
i wake of soaring living costs. excess of the 41 average. Current figures are from Ward's'Automotive ux wd $10.Interstate -
The Associated Press 60-stock of the doldrums with 600,000 Reports. I!I I Der Co. to Mrs. Rose A.I I PROGRAM BOYER'S NURSING HOME
composite was off .5 of a point at shares. a bottom since Aug. 29. I Benson wd *1. ;I t
I I H. S. Wilson to W. G. Harnie part I
While the ticker 1
64 on the week. Transfers for tape dozed i rel mtc. 16 South Lake St. Tel. 8731 :
the five sessions of 3.718,360 throughout declines of fractionsto CHICAGO LIVESTOCK I the cotton belt. A number of sections in William M. Diehl et nx to Gertrude E. i CURRENT YIELD
i a point or more held the ma- CHICAGO HiP' 1\1SDAI Weekly livestock. t the South received beneficial moisture.Part Brach mtc $5500. Registered Nursing Home "
,shares compared with 2,891,730in market: strong to 50 cents higher than of the trade buying was again said B D Bennett. to State of Fla qcd $l. I .
the preceding short holiday jority at the close. !last Frid.,'. close.. Medium. trades slow; j to be covering against sales. of spot cot- Gertrude E. Beach to William M. Diehl 5 Established for many years. i.
S1! %
stretch.i steady. Trade slumped badly Tuesday but ton to the Commodity Credit Corp. Th. et nx: wd $10. toSTAN t I
r GRAIN RANGE by the weekend was active on good and I corporation .n Sept. 9 accepted offers for ': John Edwards et ux to A. 3. Thomas ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TWENTY-FIVE =
i, The big board on Monday suf- Open High Low Close better ,rad a. Cows, generally. steady j ji spot cotton for shipment to Japan. The I I met $3000. fT
f red its sharpest dip since Aug. WHEAT- i Little net chance in the buM market although t< original inquiry was for 40,000 bales. but i, Arnold Menk. et us to Charles G. Goodrich PERSONS
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Sept. __ 272H 2'731. 269Vi 273 V I 11&hkinds were weaker and 25 I it was understood that about 30.000 bale et us wd $10. : -
l 8 with the averages touching a Dec. _n____ 272 275V 271 215 1 cents or more off at the clo&e. Vealers' were made available. from at .least J.J. Charles G. Goodrich et nx to Fir Fed
low since last June 24. It was March nu__ 270 ,i 274V 270>. 274aMT and ealveo 1 OO-1.50 higher; stock cattle southern spot houses. Say and Loan Assn mtg $98OO. Wards and Private Room on First Floor
k the seventh straight Monday re- ______ 267?. 272 267 272 scarce turn largely fed steers and heifers.. I L. H. Morrison et ux to Henry H. Pool : COMSTOCK
I July 248 24814 243 247l Northwestern crass cattle supply small; Open High Low Last d t Excellent Food-Special Diets ArrangedTwo
t | .southwestern grass cows ran freely. Strictly '' Oct. 31.C2 31.aO 31.47 31.72-74 up 10.12 Jofte'rT'Rost et ox to Mrs. Iva V. Phillips Invaatnont Securities
I" Sept. 256 2604 2551 259?: / choice weighty. steers to 35.25; odd head Dec. 31.43 31.50 31.29 31.48-50 up S-> wd S10.i I!
IF VITAMINS Dee. ____ 23S"i 240 235 240 35.SO; short lead light yearling steers, to Mar. 31.43 31.47 31-25 31.40-43.403t. I Ira V. Phillipa to Joseph. Rost et us registered nurses and -trained nurse in attendance
I It May __ 229"*. 233'4 229H 233% 35.00: good Wyoming and Montana cows, unch. met $3000.Mrs. 70S Lake Davis DrivePhone i
DONT BUCK YOU UP I July __ __ 2224 226Vi 222*. 226Vi to 21.50; heavy sausage bulls to 19 50; May 31.25 31.32 31.09 31.25 up 1 Hazel B. Pfeiffer to W. L. Borderset f (80S-Teletype Dl SO
OATS I vealers to 26.00. Good and choice steers July 30.45.i30.50 30.27 30.45unch.. ux: spl wd $250.J. Orlando NURSES NEEDED
Sept, __n 117 119 116 4 118. i and yearlings closed 26.5O-35 00; comparable Oct. 2S.70 2S.77 28.69 2B. On UP 5 I F. Holly vt ux to W. L. Borders et
try NUXATED IRON Dee. _..__nn 115 1UV 114?s 118}". heifers 25.50-3100; m..dlum0. good Middling spot 32.42n up 5.nNomin..1 ux sot wd SSOO. t { No one except registered or trained nurses I
-. grs Meese sL. tars a ...,.',.. sal II March __ ___ ___ bll3 4 l1&hstock cattle 180021.00 good and Elizabeth W. Grundler to Allis Ana t Rrprewntins
*-.5s19 l .... ka trtaa sgfliasr amllrtna, U* May __ 107i 109's 107i ,,1094 choice offerings 23.00-2S.25.: \ I Sullivan md $10. T. Nelson O'Rourke. Inc. i should apply.
wtw KlXJkTED. If >Itsala.UtOM M-MB't bent Mob rya.hi t eat try July _u__ 89 100% 98l00?% HOGS-Barro.. and gilts 50-73 cents. I NEW ORLtANS (AP) Fluctuations were : J S Cloyd et us to Nay Collier et nx
Mta ta rOT tint. rtt3l nd Ma a brtw'aunaf BARLEY-, __ higher spots 1 oo up; sows 75 cents to irregular in cotton futures here yesterday. I wd $10. Member N-A.SD.
1 w ta fad girt auaBa taL M<* r ?CUED Dec nn n9i 1.00 higher. Friday slump. wiped out Closing prices were steady 94 cents a bale. John. Herman. O'Neal et ux to Edward. Daytona Beach.. ..
p lao. tahMa fw .ntta aval]* Gto tkaa a lair I SOYBEANS- about 50 per cefit! of gains earlier in the higher to 25 cents lone Toomer et ux wd $10. ;
anal. let w mil H olncMd a* tto ..... I II NOT. 321 Vi 331 Vi 317 331H week when top lr..n0. 30.50, a new. all- '' Early in the short session the marketwas I Oscar H. Dotherow et ox to Charles H.
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March b332
r --- time high. Closing practical peak 29 50. depressed by long liquidation and
Bulk good and choice 18O-200 Ib.. 28.75- hedge-selling. In the last hour of trading -
'I' 29.50: 260-300 Its.. 27.,5-29.00. Sows prices recovered on weekend short-
I 23 00-26 75.SHEEPLambs.. covering and buying on f..or.bl.e.t.... 1
native Springs 75 cents I reports. *
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,. PLYMOUTH I lower; no western Springs Yearlings Spot cotton remained unchanged with
about 1.50 lover. Monday top 26 OO; doing *- '' middling IS,It-inch quoted at 31.55 cents
peak 25.25 with good and choice. UP a pound. Sales amounted to 5,140 bales. .. ... itl'IJti'l
> from 25.00; good and choice yearlings !+YeiTt4waLv/M.
TOUGH'TO closed around 20.00. Sheep; ewes 7.50- Open High Low Last
r; SURE I'M BEAT 9.50 breeding ewes 1O-13.50. Oct. 31.53 J1.84 31.45 31-SO-S2 up 1'
\ l '4 Dec. 31.29 31.44 31.22 31.42-44 UP :3
1 When. 1 it comes to first- class body and fender work CLOSING COTTON Mar. 31.24 31.46 31.23 31.4S-4C up 3
r find us hard & too. Trained to knock out / NEW YORK AP) Cotton futures after May 31.05 31.33 31.05 31.23 UP 2 I i
tii / those ashes and o get, our men will have you ear I moving over lower ranges dunn most *f July 30.35 30.39 30-25 30.40b off 5 I.
"" 'IJf tain., Dike new once again. Just try as.J { the sesson. moMd. briskly higher in lat b--Bid. !
: dealings yesterday. The upward movement I
which "left the list IS cents a bale' lower j i NEW ORLEANS (AP) Spot cotton closed ,
to CO cents higher was the result of short steady unchanged. Salee S.14O; Ion mid- .
co..ri.... dime; 2C.SS: middling 31.SS: good middling tq.sl
t A. P. CLARK 'MOTORS Inc. The October" contract was 'strongest 32.15; receipts 1,928. Stock $*.OU.
i and tnere was a scarcity : offerings::
J which contributed to the rise. Nitrogen is necessary for life, Ii I
889 N. ORANGE. PHONE 2-074S Dealers' reported some hedging and since all proteins contain this d c- l i
i[ southern selling. Part of the selling probably
was induced by favorable' weather in ment. i I

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ess Friday morning when she entertained -
with a bon voyage partyin Probably the best news we've j
honor of Mrs. Marion G. Laney had this week is that FRANCES I .
who sails Sept. 18. on the SS ROBERTS is making slow, but '
Queen Elizabeth for a. three consistent recovery following an I
months visit with her parents. Mr, emergency operation a week ago S .
J and Mrs. F. T. Fowkes Hales Rd.. tonight She has had everyone
Cheltenham. England. { pretty worried and a veritable pall i
t% i y-1 of gloom descended the
This upon community -
is Mrs. laney's first visit
when the
% seriousness of.
to her native country since she
her
illness was realized. We hope
f left there two years ago as the
t bride of Warrant Officer M. G. that when the paper is brought in
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to her on her breakfast tray this
r Laney. At the party Friday morning ''
morning shell be able to summon
qc F 'which was held at Mrs. a smile and start asking her { ?+ + ,.
1 Thomas' home 1215 GuernseyAve. : tor how many days till she s
ti74.fF the %
; honoree was showered home. dOC-I
4 with gifts.A 000The vx t
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:3 kr was carried out in decorationsand for Dec. 6, promises to be a lot of
refreshments.With work but a lot of fun too .-. .

the honor guest were included That PETER WEST representative .y41 .., ..
d_ Y.w' the Mmes. Roy Williamson of Jerome Cargill of New York Myae'
F3 John D. McKey. William Brock. City who will direct the show is

Howard K. Cummins. Frank But- an attractive talented somebody .' ..
terfield Ivan Morgen 3d., Robert 55 F i who looks as though he'd be able
}. Zellner, H. G. Robins J. Wesley to whip a chorus line into a

, ,,", Fly. W. T. Horan. H. Irvin Wells. reasonable facsimile of th$ Rock- ,
I A. I. Erhlich. ettes at least. He was in town .. .
I last ,,week and before long rehearsals -
will be underway. Mean- 7'k:7 -
1 asman I while all the ground work is being -
spaded up Ticket sales
committees lined up. Junior I -'>':t'> ""

w Wedding Set Leaguers are busy soliciting pro-
I gram ads and the Summer

.' For Saturday lethargy is at o an o end.oI I ;: .

I I MR. and :MRS. EARL MAR- !
T Miss Kandie Likas daughter of SHALL paid a visit "home" this ; .
"Idf.:: .. .. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Likas, is week and are planning return
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'> : ... t today announcing plans for her today to their recently purchased "'.,
,"'_, _. '> u forthcoming marriage to Norman home in Ft. Lauderdale. They
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MRS. JOHN WLLIAM JOURDAN Ellman. and
JR. MRS. HART SWALSTEADand .
MISS DORIS BLEDSOE
nuptials in Plant City. ; -me wedding win take place next MR. and MRS. CLARENCE
;, Saturday at 4:30: pjn. at the is.the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles Clinton Bledsoe of: BRUCE and Friday they spent out

: *: I Trinity Lutheran Church. The i McDonough Ga., who, are announcing her engagement to, in West Orange seeing many off ti .
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Miss\ Rev. Albert H. Besakki will Gerald Alexander ; their old friends. Their visit here '$ ,
Catherine Rogers Becomes 'form the double-ring per-I Gay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gay o was to pick up a most handsomenew I h' ,

I A program of nuptial music will Orlando and Tallahassee. The wedding will be an event of Oct. Oldsmobile convertible wet; .
Bride John ''be given by Miss Anna Hrvol. or- 3, at the home of the bride. No cards are being issued. I yellow and swank and stunning :. ,' !: \ "
of W. '
] Jourdan Jr. I ganist.soloist. and Mrs. Esther Vollrath, I i. The Marshes visited them in I ..:<:,.M :, :., y
i Ft. Lauderdale a couple of weeks
t'J; The ?,.-.r"'. Z r i' ne S'QfT: cathedral train and in the front 1 Mrs. Cecil Mallard, sister of the \ Held I ago, and their place there is utterly
PLANT CITY-Miss Catherine forming a semi-draped effect at 'j'bridegroom-elect, will be matron McOdly-Butler! Nuptials I charming according to Mrs. i II ; :
Rogers only daughter of Mrs.J the waistline closing. {I I of honor, and Miss Lou Ann Doer- Bruce. It's on one of those canals I

j Thomas Edwin Rogers of Plant, Her full length veil of imported ing: and Miss Dorothy Thompson I At Bride's Home in the Isle of Palms and the set- : :
City and the late Mr.T.$ Rogers; ed French illusion fell from a jill j be bridesmaids.. I Ouincy' ting is lush tropical and colorful.
became the bride of John William 1 tiara .of braided satin with tiny i Cecil Mallard will serve as best --- r I| o r> oi _
Jourdan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.J pearl inserts, and a queen's coronet -i man. and ushers will be Dick I Of interest here and many caded in gold with matching, veil,i Its something in the way of
W. Jourdan of Orlando last I formed of illusion. Her only I Likas. brother of the bride-elect i j points throughout the State is;I and other accessories of white NEWS when somebody finds an : It
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the the marriage of Miss Betty Joe i :
and G. E. Kunze.
apartment much less house
a in
ornament She
I was a necklace of cut carried ahlte prayer book j
) Butler, of I
daughter Mr. and Mrs. i
First Methodist Church of Plant white I All friends of the couple are invited j either Washington or New York
zircons a gift of the bride-
B. J. Butler to Calvin Mc-i with a bouquet centered with an'i l' .."
Clyce 1
City The Rev. H. C. Hardin performed groom. She carried an arm bou- to attend the wedding. i CAPT. and MRS. RICHARD mx
the ceremony, in the presence -I of j "Cully, formerly of Orlando which I i orchid from which fell white' GRUENDYKE have this distinc-
quet white bridal tied
of a large number of relatives with satin ribbon. roses :*OAAB Clubs'Set took place recently at the Butler j i!, roses and stephanotis tied withwhite i Lion for they were lucky enough MRS. ARTHUR WAYNE HASTINGS
and friends. home in Quincy. I j i satin ri bon. j i to find a house at 4978 Columbia her marriage announced today.
The church was decorated with i Mrs. Robert E. Reif Jr., of The ctremony was performed by ) Pike, Arlington. Va.. in the Capitol *' *
baskets of large chrysanthemums i j 1 Gainesville matron honor wore'' Activities I the Rev. Couterman in the spa-,> Her attendant wore a teal blue district where the housing :
I against a background of lighted a gown of French iris taffeta. The :; | cious living room of the home,'I' afternoon dress and carried an'':'shortage is as desperate as during Miss\ Gwendolyn Dorsey Pace

If tapers In candelabra. I i I draped oval neckline was outlined i 1 Activities of the Orlando Armv I\ which was decora artistically arm bouquet of flowers, with mul the war The Gruendykes have I\J
'The pre-nuptial program of with a wide Dolly Madison pleat-!\ Air' Base Women's with white gladioli roses fern and ti-colored streamers. i meanwhile leased their home at
muse was given by Mrs. Larshal 'I, ed bertha with a panel front extending II the Officers Club. Club OAAB and this of i stephanotis. improvised altar The bride's mother I 115 Gatlin Ave, to DR. and MRS. Wed to Mr. Hastings at Tavares
Goddard. organist and Mrs. J. H. from the neckline to the week will be follows I was placed before the fireplace I wore a beige! i[ DONALD ROBERTSON.Had J
Woodall. soloist. The traditional' hemline of the'gown in front. Full as : ,, banked with fern and flowers and afternoon dress, with a corsage of . I
Wednesday Quiz
program and m t urrnterUmment I II I [ISp"> 1'I to The Sunday Sent'nel-Snarl]
c table
wedding marches were played. I|I gathers over the hips gave a new I by member of OHiceri'Club flanked on each side with lighted I[ pink asters. The bridegroom'smother you heard the fine news TAVARES" the tiered wedding cake top-
The bride entered the church on I bouffant look to the skirt. She Th.rsd.1Vom.n.mt 8 lUlL on Club the Esol n.de.. candles. I,i was attired in a blue sheerI that JEAN and HERBERT SAN-|I' Florida's loveliest- One of Central r ped by miniature bride and groom
I Bridge Club win J early Fall wed-
the arm of her uncle. C. Bronson' wore a coronet of matching taf- ,' meet at 1:30: p.m. in the main lounjts Given In marriage by her dress, and wore a corsage- '' DERSON JR. are the parents of a I dings took place Tuesday at 8 I was surrounded by a wreath of tuberoses -
Bryant of 'I'ampa.ho her'I feta flowers of blue iris, and : Officers' Club. Bi-monthlr; meeting < gave father Mr. and
gladioli
Reserve Assn. at 8:15 p.m. at Ofliccrs Butler the bride had (I Following the the : p.m. at the First Methodist Church intertwined
in marriage. She was lovely in a' carired maroon dahlias tied With | Club. I as' her maid of honor and only I j I ceremony Monday at the Woman's! Hospital j 1 of Tavares when Miss Gwendolyn I in fern.
matching ribbon. Fridar Women't. Clu general 'I guests were invited into the dining Baltimore. Md. .
gown with long tapered lines, I< > meetlntmUl attendant her sister Miss : They have one :
Barbara Dcrsey Pace.
j daughter of Mr. and
be held at 1.30 pjn. main loonte room where the bride's table The punch bowl was presidedover
I was other child,
11 fashioned from princess satin. 1: Identical gowns to that of the Officers' Club. at vhichtinM election The neckline was'soft in detail matron of honor were worn by officers for comma term will be held. Park served Mr.\ McCully as best, covered with a lace cloth and cen- BERT CONVERSE SANDERSON1 vares. became the bride of Arthur by Mrs. Bowman Pace of Eus-'
with m shaped bodice The Saturday; -Recular Saturday night wane tered with a three-tiered wedding 3d Mrs. Sanderson is the for- i tis Mrs.
top. overskirt the bridesmaids who were. Miss on the Esplanade from 9 p m. to 1 a m man. cake. The cake flanked Wayne Hastings of Howey-in-the- ; Vaughn Sperry of Ta-
of princess- satin came to Bonnie Hunt of Tampa Mrs. Lou- Preceding dance a buffet supper will be The bride was on mer JEAN LANGFORD. daughter ,l Hills son of Dr.: and Mrs. W. E. vares and Miss Mary Treadwayof
the back: forming the full length'- ( I I I, held at 6 JO p.m. la the dining room. wore a white wool each side by large bouquets of of MR. and MRS. T. A. LANG- 1
I I Continued on Page 23 CoL 1] Hastings of Jetmore Kan.
Officers' Club. I with hat of white Tavares. The
-- suite felt bra I I Continued on Page 22 CoL. 6] i [Continued on Page 24 guests were met
ssr.-.rat."+g.ttsrw_"_:',d'''A_ .... -- ----__ __.i.___ -...... I..I! j j jI The double-ring ceremony was f by Mrs. Burke Chester, who PEes"nt"d -
performed by the Rev. J. E. Jenkins ,_
thpm tn hs hrirlAI n.rt"
| of Kissimmee. The churchwas -
The receiving line formed outside f -
decorated
artistically with
on the front lawn.
various types of palms and ferns I
The bride's book was in charge
forming the background. Large
of Mrs. Robert Roof of
I ; Angola.
baskets of white chrysanthemums,
gladioli and tuberoses interspersed : Ind.. and Miss Elsie Sirmons of ..
I Tavares. Others assisting at the
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the focal points and were most
reception were Mrs. R1chard.Hun
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impressive against the backgroundof
t r. ter. Mrs. Jack Hooten Miss Jane
greenery. Candelabra holding I'
Breckenridge. Miss Barbara
( Rees.
lighted candles cast a beautiful
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glow on the wedding scene. White
satin ribbon with clusters of flowers -
marked the pews. I Reading Club.
Preceding the ceremony a pro-
Y gram of nuptial music was rendered -
; s ; by Mrs. Maurice Patrick soloist I Reports Fine

cs.e I ; tat, and _Mrs. W. L. Duncan pian- \

The bride was given in mar- Season
riage by her father. She wore an
Edwardian style wedding dress of The end of Summer vacaUon
ivory skinner's satin with a very and the return to the classroom
I high V-shaped neckline and long, marks the close of the Summer
tight-fitting sleeves forming a I Reading Club of the Albert on
\ti % 1 point over the wrist. The long I I Public Library. Miss Dorothy G.
draped hipline was caught into I Lane, Children's Librarian reports
two double cascade panels. falling that this was a very sucseeE&l
: : over the extended train. The full- Summer with a total club mem-
a : i : \ length veil of'bridal illusion bordered I 1 bership of 913.
in Chantilly lace was caughtin The three branch libraries cooperated -
I a coronet of crystal beads and in reaching children who
P' gracefully fell over the long train. i didn't have access to the main
.. 7 Her bridal bouquet was of white j j library. Colonialtown branch reported -
,t i I roses centered by a white orchid I I ] an enrollment of 57 members -
showered with stephanotis and {> I while 118 boys and girls
tied with white tulle from which IJ t t.joined the club at the Grand Ate.
white satin streamers showered-i, 1 branch. The Booker T. Washmg-
? ..et.f1g The bride's only ornament was! ton branch serving the Negro children
a string of pearls. I I < of the city had an enrollment -
I The matron of honor. Mrs. Louis,' : of 22 in the reading club.
; : : id J. Pappas of Venice. sister of the The youngsters of the city defInitely
S\ k ;; bride was dressed in a tourquoise '! 1 entered into the Summer
blue dress of Lankenan rayon reading program; with great 'en-
ii k : faille fashioned with a sweetheart I i thusiasm. They kept the chil
neckline and short cap sleeves. Along i dren's librarians busy with reading -
bodice. similar to the bride's i 4,735 book reports turned in
dress ended with a flounced hipline I 1 by the members. Of the total
T. tT falling into a cascade at the}I i membership 423 children comIpleted -
i : back. She wore matching mitts and I! ] the required amount of
a braided coronet. To complete the i{ :reading. Some of the boys and .
outfit she carried a bouquet of I i girls who went away on extended
__ American Beauty roses. vacations mailed their book reports
The bridesmaids. Miss Roy Ford I in to the Children Dept.at .
of DeLand; Miss Audrey Hanfcin- : : the library so they wouldnot
son of Daytona: Miss Martha:' ]fail to receive the much desired
Thulberv and Miss Betty Arring-j! i reading 'certificate.Before .
ton of Tavares. wore gowns Identical ', Book Week which will be
in style to that of the matron 1' i observed Nov. 16-22 this year the
1 g ,L b .Jaiq isJ. of honor but in a beautiful children's librarian will visit each

lean Beauty shade. They AIner-I' of the schools to award certificates -
.( matching: coronets and mi to boys and girls who have

r'y carried fan bouquets of read and reported on 10 books and

s a6r gladioli. special i certificates with gold seals
The bridegroom had as best I to those members who have read
man Jack Hooten of Tavares. 15 or more books. -
t Usners were Richard Pace of Tavares. I A prize will be presented to the
brother of the bride; Bob school with the highest percentageof
I Hastinzs of Jetmore. Kan., brother its members completing the
r yttd ,' afd. I I of the bridegroom, and Grover II i reading requirements. For the

x.7. .' V SS -;'.vee' -:; "n"1n'F"'P-r'' "' +KrWyaet' '-: ':>. aggy'ti r t.! i. .\ 'i P; ft.\J\. } f.i1l 5?:: 3 I Brvson of Umatilla. past several years HUIcrest School
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of
JUNIOR LEAGUE FOLLIES CHAIRMEN ua. I II Pace mother the bride has proudly walked off with the
CONFER WITH Tuesday morning -Mr. West met with "Follies chairman, ,Mrs. 1 --'Our Own Staff Photo. Barnes !'; wore a model of pale green crepe honors even though competition
THEATER REPRESENTATIVE Page Bussells Qnd committee members. The above fashioned along simple lines. Her was keen.
: picture i, Harry M. Voorhis Miss Sara Layton, Mrs. Simpson Penney Jr., j f
j. .. -With the arrival in town last week of Peter West, associate shows them in conference. Left to right: 'SeatedMrs.WifiamN : +" Peter West, and Mrs. Roger Pounds The entire Follies corsage'Immediately was of following purple orchids.the wedding Club The certificates awarding is of an the important Reading:

bf Jerome H. Cargill of New York City plans for the forth- Ellis, Mrs. Clarence C. Magruder president the Junior 1 production; under! the direction of Jerome H. Cargill, will be I a reception was held at the i, occasion for the children and it is

coming Junior League Follies League of Orlando Mrs. Page Bussells, Mrs. Voylor Logan similar to the highly-successful: Follies presented by the league Pace home. The house was dec- gratifying to see the number of
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on Dec. 6, were outlined. ',On Miss Dorothy Hardm Miss Margaret Hardin.. Standing: Mrs. rwr, r. to the war. I'and orated mixed in ,profusions flowers. of greenery } boys and girls who have found out
At the brides that Summer readingfun..





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I 'I I t Miss' Pace Wed at TavaresContinued [Page 18 lr lir Sunfog Srntinrl-gtai Orlando, Florida, September 14, 1947 r


j [ from Pare 17' ] KNOX
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I Mrs. Elliott
Miss Norma Gardner Mrs. their home in Gainesville. -

liam Haywood.For WU.I Out-of-town guests at the wed- BABY BONNET .
the wedding trip to ding included Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Named Seal I

land Ga., the bride wore. a forest Gregory and Miss Virginia Gre- CLOCHE
green gabardine suit with matching I gory Havana: Mrs. J. E. Jenkins Chairman I I
) hat and brown accessories. Her Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jenkins I
corsage was a white orchid. I Miss Betty Jo Jenkins Kissimmee; Mrs. Wooda B. Elliott retiring S

Mrs. Hastings graduated from I Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hardy. High president active in of local the welfare Benefit work Shop and has L for the neat little head that looks

the University of Kentucky where i Springs; B. Y. Pennington Lake been appointed chairman of the I 1

she was prominent in campus ac- I Wales; Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell Tally 1947 annual Winter Park Christmas Behar. f ,mac so right with gentle shouldered,
tivities. She was a member of Columbia S. C.; Elbert L. Mc- Seal' Sale, by Walton McJor- is4
dan, president of the Orange # -Y
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Cluny Dr. J. Gilliam W. Gilliam County' Tuberculosis and Health 4 fuller skirted suits and
Mr. Hastings was an officer in I Lexington Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Assn. r.t 1f coats.
the Naval Air Corps during the I Hooten Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carter "Under Mrs. Elliott's leadership i
war and upon his release entered I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith Jr., Miss regular monthly screening clinics s V_ "1 = In Knoxs own fine fur felt
have been held in Winter Park "
the University of Florida where i Gladys McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Al since April of 1947. Members of Ii Yp
he is continuing his education. He I Voges Dr. D. M. Beights. Margaret the Benefit Shop which has spon- a t -
is a member of Phi Delta Theta I Horrell, Dr. and Mrs. Leonard sored this civic health program. 3 featured in all the worderful ink,
fraternity. The couple will make Barker all of Orlando. 1 volunteered their services in the I 4 p
clinic. The program has been 8.98
shades of fall
'I very successful and during the five

r .arm .-...-... I months 1.536 individuals it has been have operating had free 3I

'4, R I chest X-ray examinations," Mc-
'- .,#)<' 4f ,' Jordan said.
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1$:< :" ,t Mrs. Elliott in accepting' the
.. ."' .. chairmanship stated: "1 feel it ffi
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honor to
an serve Winter Park
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.. ). ,. f service but keeps us aware MRS. WOODA B. ELLIOTT .1J J + V
1'of the need to protect our homes .
asS'i Winter Park
I :i Y : J from tuberculosis. ,"" '. chairrrjan. ;
The followingpeople s _L i
r .C' have agreed to serve with j I I K I
me and with their help I know I Board of White Day Nursery, Benefit : Mrs. Carter Bradford Benefit ':
the 1947 Christmas Seal Sale will. j I i Shop; Publicity chairman I'Shop; small gift chairman Mrs. i
; be outstanding in Winter Park: |! Mrs. Lomax Taylor, secretary Kenneth Wacker, Benefit Shop;
1i ,". Mrs. Waldo H. Plympton president White Day Nursery, social chair- i mail sale chairman Mrs. Linn !' ,
g. Benefit Shop Board of I man, Woman's Club: school chair- I Pflug vice-president Winter Park '
: ] White Day Nursery; finance j: man, Mrs. Walter Hunt Benefit Health and Welfare Agencies. I Better Millinery
< : chairman! Mrs. W.' R: ,Rosenfelt, J Sl\og.:. Seal Sale- booth' .chairman. l Benefit Shop. ,


I t, / hiss Keene. B&eomes, ;;: Bride of Mr. Richardson II I Secdnd Floor -


i JEWEL RHINESTONE An afternoon ceremony oq Sept UUfjjt'and> at the cake table Mrs. ; spent in the European Theater !;

6 united in marriage Miss Edna >Cf" ?Richardson. Mrs. C. R. Butler '. with the First Army. He is now i

I Mae Keene, daughter' of Mr. #in4, : r:. of Foley, was at the punch a student at Alabama Polytechnic II j /tkn 1/tJ.U
#llil(tl fiind Mrs. Enoch Balmuth Keene oli table-. j I Institute in the College of Veterinary ]
i Windermere, and Lewis Sherrjll The bride traveled in her ,,'ed.1 Medicines Auburn, Ala.,
'dingx outfit, adding to her where he is a pledge to the Omega
costume -
Richardson,
| son of Mr. andMrs"
i Put your name in lights by wearing these initial pins by !I James Ambrose Richardsorl"- :"Q1,-couple-a left black on suede a wedding bag, when trip.the'I ,, nity.Tau Sigma professional, frater-A Q .

t Adler-Milfer.! Brilliant .flashing rhinestones bend}, -set in I i Foley. Ala.. formerly of Honesdale. ''They will reside in Columbus. Ga., -- -- --
( I where Air. Richardson will re-
I pronged settings like real jewels. Wear one, two or three I Pa.The wedding was held' ""at the i I, sume his studies at Alabama ,, ";.-.
1.I initial I home of the bridegroom's parents Polytechnic Institlte. i i
or name '
your in Foley, with the Rev. Charles I Mrs. Richardson is the granddaughter -
R. Butler Jr.. officiating. -' ..d..the late William
I I Ccle k/lc | The living room fireplace, scene I j DolpkuSKeene pioneer resident n' 1
t rur of the double-ring [ft>r'Orlando. She was graduated *
j decorated with greeneryr-inter-ceremony was i| from Ocoee High School, Ocoee, ,

I I spersed with pink andwhite asters" and attended Rollins College, ,
Winter Park. She was graduatedfrom
mirror 1
J against! a background on
each side of which 'stood lighted Florida Southern College.
Please tend ... initial pins to: tapers. Lakeland, with the class of '47.
| At Southern she was a member of

NAME onm .,? ...._...-._.__ The bride suit wore with a gray a blush wool gabardine pink- j' the Delta Zeta sorority the Intramural a
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Board and
Pi EpsilonI

) ADDRESS ? _.___'u_________ feather gloves and hat heirloom and carried white Floren-pink I j:t I I honorary journalism frater- j
t tine lace handkerchief. Her cor- !j nity.Sh.e 5
CITY .___,u__,_. _.. STATE sage was of Killarney pink roses. i was treasurer of the Senate In 'I. t .
waV \: and business manager of the .
Her only ornament single
I The Initials I want are: _,_..__.__'..__n_.__ strand of pearls a gift a of the''','Vagabonds, a dramatic organization I \ "\ ii.i : I
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I bridegroom.Mrs. during her sophomore and ._... ; ; I. ,'. .f .
Charge -Cashc.O.D.. E, F. Sanders, pianist, pre- junior years, and was associate rr ; "" J
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i sented a program of nuptial music editor of the Interlachen college ..;" .
annual. She received AB de- '
The bridegroom's mother wore a an i
afternoon dress witha gree in English. .5
gray crepe
y I aster i i Mr. Richardson IA '\ ."" j
pink was graduated
corsage. "
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I I It ,I At the reception which followedthe 1'from Honesdale High' School, : a. .
bride's table was covered witha Honesdale, Pa., and attended .>' V "0. 1 1i
J Street Floor Itt-U lace cloth and centered with a ,, Florida Southern College, Lake- //k' '
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n tiered cake.-flanked by-pink! -as -'land. whet tlE gas xltGpre qept -caA A ; : -i s
t jiJ and fern. Two double candles in'i of the Theta Chi fraternity. .. t ; !
crystal holders were placed on i iI j i Prior to entering Southern, he k i
each side of the cake. Presiding at I served for 3',2 years in the U. S.Army : a.
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Orlando September 14 1947 QUEENLY ,. .r.... It
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i i i Elected By h DemonstrationClub New Smyrna Beach Women ;


t tr Church Class Elects Plan for Federation Meet REDUCTION OF WARM WEATHER CLOTHESSizes


f Ii Su 5eet.S'-r' .Harry Cobb ,Jr. Miss Norma M11l'!;l''
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r ISce : s--: : .e -: ctrl Beys' cod Girb' '_L90LOO
r / I New Officers NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Plans !er and :Mrs. M. Saxon.
SA.'TORD-Mrs. ,
I .( Dorothy stew-,. z a ; tY for the annual Fall board meetingof Imediately following the business Girls' Bathing Suits
art wa elected Thursday" night to F t e: : b "e s..x, Seer's-Srrt the Florida Federation of Wornens Oct. 15, Mrs H. J. Magruder.with j 1.3 -- I ITcdJus'

head the Philathea Class of the < s j COCOA-Brevard County Home Clubs lobe held Oct. 14 and committee consisting of the Cotton DrtMec -190
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Council officers for
Demonstration 15. announced yesterday by
rm Baptist Church for the contec +F were .
4 the comma year were elected at a Mrs. George H. Cox. general chair- Mmes. H. L. Hauzhton. V. H.cn.sman. I'
year at a class meeUnz. heldat 9sr Gotten Ccrdigans t.ae
m J. C. Hill, William 5eIms. ,
held at thecanning -
i council meeting: Smyrna Beach Woman'sClub
the borne of Mrs. Buf ord Brown. man.ew
The center on Memtt Island this win be hostess club. :\ J. C. Deal and Dans M. Suits ,
meeting with
opened an Boys lao
will be in of ----
week, at which meeting the plan Forster. charge an
e4-edon of officers. Chosen toMI'ft r On Oct. 13. members of the advisory ,
with Mrs. Stewart were 'i f z of.-ort., budget and goals for the board will entertain State informal reception before guests Beys' 2pc. Knit Siesta -2.88
also approncL.1ohn
depart.
Mr J. B. 4 coming season were at dinnerat
Phillips. Mrs. LavemaHtBMC. executive committee a
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t i Mrs. Gorgensen. of Grant. chairmen for the State
Special
Mrs. Sue Yoke HoteL Miss
and MrsJahn the New Smyrna
Kader. first second third will serve as president. Other officers Frances Hofreiter. chairman. meeting include: transpOrtation. Sizes Girls' Piscfcres ced St* Dr**.. 8
Mid fourth rice elected are: Mrs. Cecil Board will officially Mrs. Brannon registration Mrs. ,
presidents Mrs. meeting open
X.U Knitht Bnr< president: Mrs. Joe Kingston, of Hannah D. Bonnet: information.
Mrs Ted AM**, assistant secretary Jc clubhouse. At 6:15 pm.. a ban- 'j
Melbourne, second vice-president: Mrs. E. M. Little: pages and timekeepers -
: Mrs Mary Brown derottan quet will be held at the New
*! leader.Plans N I Mrs. Dallas Carroll of Mentt, Smyrna Hotel, with Mrs. Cox and Miss Jane Brooks with Judy-Jim Shop
I third vice-president: Mrs. Jeff
tickets
Junior clubwomen assisting: -
Mrs. J. U. Gillespie in charge. The
were made for taking a Hill, of Taylor Park. secretarytreasurer' Mmes. Homer Knopp N.A. Hotard.O. :Mrs. Frank Howard Jr. assisted 382 N. Orange \ve. TeL M1M
Mrthday cake and present to the Mims.
Mrs. W. B. Jones.
by Mrs. E. P. Anderson.
E. Southard.N C. Waters. A.R.
County Home for tn-
an aged delegate to attend StateCouncil ------ -
Hostesses for the entire meeting : -
G. E. Earnhardt C R. Kees- "
ZBak: a white elephant sale Ivey.
i was meeting Mrs. S. M. Boskind. Melbourne !
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will be members of the advisory -
C. Lamson Beach. Lot Atkinson -
1.with success and the croup ey
alternate delegate.
board of the local club. '
Fred H. and Miss Jane
1M- txzaco and were serred Tryon
The all-day meeting included '
Hotel reservations win be made
Brooks will assist.
Coca-Cola and sar. wid.es. Mrs. l of Mrs. Ashley Buck and MacinavoxR.dt.
< reports direct to the New Smyrna HoteL
.. John Lee received a class gift for \ Mrs. Nicholson on the State meeting Following the banquet member Alba Court Inn. Indian River
)fcrr new daughter and a bridal which they had attended. win meet at the clubhouse at Plea.gr.pIE
Plantation and Riverriew HoteL
gttt was presented to Mrs. NeU State council coal set up was also 'a pm. After the evening session, 8Nwn. I explained. as follows: III improvement a formal reception will be given

Pr rent were The Maes CyclePictry. 4s of family health: 12] by the New Smyrna Woman's :Mrs. Ridge !I
Nell K. Brown. M. c., immunization of children before Club at 10 honoring the State

.... John Kaier A. L. Thosias.1 j opening of school; [31 home improvement board with the State executive !E !
.Jewel Riser. A. D. HaUoway, Roy : and [14) better schools. committee in the receiving line. Resigns From '
f Reci Kokf Ease Smith. Mildred I Clubs from Memtt Island Co Reception committee is headed by :
Stetaper Ruth Knit t. Phiiips.1auaeeipher Mrs. F W. Peck, and includes the
Hisses. Lee. W B.1 4 Z ': s I Tay-1r Mmes. R. O. Vaughn. I,. C. Mc- Welfare Work I :

EBertoe, John CRt un. Stewart.' 1t sented. Donald, Olen O. Mathews, J. A. i'l '
T L Howell J. E. Courier Jr.. Following the business sessiona Rogero William Ingram. T. L. 'c--:' -> *, T e -: s.---' --' c --i

FMier and Mary B'M"n.Ha..a covered dish luncheon was Barnes J. G. Scrutchin T. J. S.-\NFORD-'Ir.s. James Ridge t x
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served and action songs were Humphrey, Marvin Tyner. C. A. has given her resignation to the : I
:: is no farther! away from sung by the grouP. led by Ingrid Reifsnyder. W. L. Robertson and State Welfare Board and will retire -
Ca:;free.a Can J& O:: o or Alabama Tierese college 4-H girl from Ti- Steadman Robertson.Oct. with an impressive record in I I ;

t a ... to sville. New officers were installed 15 morning business session social welfare work. Mrs. Janis
by Mrs. 1L F. Gran. immediate will begin at 0 at the clubhouse Colle. local welfare supervisor an- 9
i past county president and and at 11:30 there will be a tour nounced yesterday.Mrs. I i
I FAMOUS :, iA;( recently elected president of the of the city. including a trip to the Ridge has spent 10 yearsas
I Iry
I CALART (Artificial) FLOWERS ... State Council Corsages were presented beach with Mrs. F. R. Brannonin a social worker with the State ..t Tz
r..e ..t..J ..wo.r n.-, aria r !l to each officer in an appropriate charge. At 1 pjn. a luncheonwill Welfare Board, prior to which she
u.r v.IICTlts-ALSO VASCS T --- __ ceremony. be held at the Indian River was director of the County Welfare
1 sou t.W.neO .. i office. She has also been I
plantation, Mrs. E. W. Gautier executive i

r m..e A GUILT. FICKAL MUI .-SHOffEfK. ..,teat $... i Miss\ Lister i' chairman assisted by the Mmes.C. secretary of the local Tuberculosis -
z : I'I Winston Smith. M. E. Sear. Assn. Mr and Mrs. Ridgereside '
H. H. Sams Thomas McClelland. :! at 457 Elliott Ave. here. fd ,vr= f y
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O I -'ti ment of the engagement of Miss
Cry Gas Floor F r*.cei ,
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Immediate Delivery/ Y Cleft Rivell. son of Mr. and Mrs. ____ r
-" Frank' Rivell._Grenada and Yonge Ready-to-Wear .
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APPLIANCE CO., INC.arta.rts her mother. Mrs. Florence E. Williams -
MRS. JAMES LAWRENCE INGLEY JR., recent bride. For-
t Met .... s.Jes i Satin of Orchard st.. Ormond.
n. X. Oriat* Are.Pb..e. merly Betty Jack Brotchie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eorl Miss Williams was born 'in Mobile will be closed all

4UT aW J..MiN Broome of this city, she was recently morrie ot Holy Cross Ala., and came here 12 years day

Episcopal Church in Scnford end the couple will reside in Au- ago. She attended Mainland liThe Contemporary"In
High and from St. ..10seph's
burn, Aa.! where Mr. IngJey! will resume studies ct Alabama graduated last -
Did! 24743 Academy year.
t' I| Polytechnic Institute. Mr. Rivell was born in Jackson- MONDAYSeptember gpE::r e b'ocde or dark mahogany. contains a t7rift
_: oI ? ville and moved here. He gradu- Inch speiiT 12 warts undistorted output, a-: :.::uUa
I E ated from Mainland High wherehe record Changing and optional F. M.

sr ? 1Ji;: 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ingley Jr. was attended a member the of the University Thespians.He of. 15, '47 ". i ,

WATER HEATERS Hawaii last year.PIANO I One of 14 Magnificent Msgssrox! Models I :

moon TABLETOP Plan Trip Wednesday from 187.0 at. r
b rj .j s c& tsK G&J..J ALE
iiBABT In observance of i .
BEAK By MAYME HODGKIN ,, week-end with the former's LESSONSat .
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the Home Studio
\ WATTLE moss SA.'TOP.D-Mr. and Mrs. J. L. : and Mrs. Charles Tyler of or The Music Box
\ GERMICIDE LAUra Ingley Jr., will leave Wednesday Silver Lake were dinner guests at MARIE G, WEAVER Yom Kippur
: Orlando Wednesday on their 57th
I for Neptune Beach where they will Member elFU
t ; \ CONTRACTORS be the guests for several days of 'wedding anniversary. 1 State Music: Tcaetort: AUL Winter Park

N. SIDle st.Slayform. C.1 ralt..a the latter's uncle and aunt. Mr. Fr. Mark T. Carpenter arrived Phone after uas tr. ..P.\i.n.w
and Mrs. Jack Brotcl e. before 1 i Thursday after lecturing at the !
I Ala. wherehe students conference --- '
going on to Auburn. Episcopal College -
I Shop will enter Alabama Polytechnic at Camp \Vng-Mann at Avon
Institute. Park. ,

( 514 M.tcoU Blau.r Miss Jean Sayer spent Fridayin Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Bass announce ,
Leesburg on a rush party. She the birth of a son Thursday !
r! \hANNOUNCES\ will leave Wednesday to enter the at the Feroald Laughton Memorial -

1 University at Tallahassee.Mr. Hospital.

Its Re-Opening and Mrs. Russell '-IcKinD7 Buddie Carter son of Mr. and

1 left Saturday for Waynesnlle. Mrs. C. K. Carter. will leave Tuesday '
t; Body Balancing Boneless N. C.CoL. to enter Caras'e: Military

Foundation OazzsentsKefittlnr and Mrs. S G. Harriman School at Banberg, S. C. i ,
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*. Adjustments of Gloucester. Mass., have arrived Mr. and Mrs. Voile Warns Jr. I[ udonmeanifl"
B palnFraaeM a to reside here. have returned from Oklahoma

Hut Jer m. Mrs. James Jackson her daugh- where they went to attend the
Mn. K. Vas Camp ters Nancy and Sally and niece wedding his brother Ens. Miller
Carol Lynne arrived from Cres- Williams.
cent City Friday to spend the
Mr and Mrs Claude Daryl Do-
nahey ana sons Richie and BiJt -
have ret;:n:.ei Winter Haven after -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jules J. :; .. -- : YESITSTRUE. i

Colle of Fe n Park. .

CAR THIEF PAYS I
4\ MILES CITY :Mon. IUPJ Miles TOMORROW MORNING

) \\ ) I It City: police are looking for a car i
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,uef who has a conscience. Ap-
arently the thief was in a hurry WE INAUGURATE OUR 1st 7 rI

11I o catch a train and couldn't finda ::
taxi. He stole Tom Brady's car.
drove it to the station and left 25 i
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COUGHS SHOULDER OUT Y
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with a dislocated shoulder. He saidit : :
\ hz.ppened"hen he coughed too SUGAR PLUM

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Yes, we have lots of Sugar Plums in our store . SUGAR PLUM PURCHASE FOR YOU EVERYDAY

Thousands Now Regaining Old as a matter of fact, we have six of them . and we. S.
Time
Pep,Vigor and Drive By These Plum" prices will be ridiculously I I few .
Releasing Vibrant Energy To* are going to put out one a day, every day this week. .. ..

Every Muscle,Fibre,Cell they're really a Steal. And every day this week, trvere.wiil 1
All you have to do is to buy $5.00'worth of kind of
Orervork.undue worry and lack of certain any I
i foods often reduces the red-blood be a different Sugar Plym.\ Follow our advertisements daily
strength-any starred, weak. puny merchandise in our store, and you then have the privilege .
I s 1- blood Just tasnt the power U keep up f for Sugar Plums. -
Y\ : your energy and dnr. of buying a "Sugar Plum.r your .
Every Uy-erery boor- lima ot '. .. \
tiny red-tkiood-cell must pour lortb : ."'--.j. \
se from the marrow of your bones to replace :-
those that are worn-out. A low :
blood count may &%feet you In sereraZ MONDAY'S SUGAR PLUM :/
ways: no appetite underweight no
enera rundown condition. lack ot
t { ) resistance Injection and disease. .
To ret real relief you must keep Up

.l 1.l 1 your by tire analysis blood proof streortn.of snown toe blood that Uedlcal,SSS hire autnorttles.Tonic by port is 1 PEPPERELL BLANKET value 8.95 SUGAR PLUM price 2.00BRYANTHILLS

amazingly electiro In btUIiln uv low
blood strenct& to con-organic nutrtttonal ,
anemia This Is due to the ESS .1
Tonic formula which contains special

G 9s4/4;/, suit in the Stewart's own Tartan, and!potent. SSS aetrraung Tome helps Ingredients.AiO. you enjoy. the '"

food you eat by tncreulnc the gastrtedisvcUw ; INC"Fashions
foio when It to x>on- rguleally -
a jmr wool by Sh&mokin. too little or.eoty-thua the stoma \
aca wtl have little cause to ret balky
with gut bloat and give o3 that sour
food taste. the Yard"
Don wait! Znerglza your body with by
I rich,red-blood.Start on SSS Tome now.
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lot your whole body, greater freshness and 315-317-319 North Orange Aye..r .
f strength should make you eat better, :
a."C1s SC.V : sleep better fed better, work better
play better,hare a healthy color glow in !
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Unity ChurchP.

Frank Gibson will speak today 4 Secretaries GRO SKOPF VIOLIN STUDIO
at the 11 o'clock devotional
service of the Unity Church 503 Plan [ Instruction gtrtn in Violin from
S. Orange Ave.". on the topic."The i Program beginning to artistic perfection.
Way of God. Y n
On Tuesday at 10 o'clock Mrs. Y On PublicityThe Lessons $2. Cambridge Blvd. Phone 554V7. Winter Park
Josephine Stuckie will teach a
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class while.in "Make Your Life Worth- ax Y, regular dinner meeting of *M>6&b 6M \ J
vf4 of the City Beautifulof d
the Chapter
At 8 pjn. Wednesday she will :
teach "You Can Be Prosperous." Secretaries International will
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There will be two daily prayer be held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in'oneof GLORIA zl I
services, one at noon and the __ the dining rooms of the Orange / !
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other at 3 pjn. with the excep- _
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tion of Saturday afternoon and : N HAT SHOPOpen I
Sunday.All Miss Marian Orsburn publicity 1
services and classes are open. chairman has announced that the 1 t
to the public h theme for the evening will be pub- j r1!
licity. j Tuesday September '
Birth Announcement Guest speakers will be J. Clem- ,
f { ent Brossier editor of the Orlando | : ,, \16 for Fall and Winter sea: :;
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Curtis of $ Evening Star who will discuss the j
710 Amelia Ave. are announcing } subject. "Is the Press Free"; Hen- son with smart line of hats, I
the birth of a son.Darrell Michael ry Jacobs advertising salesman I ,
born Aug. 28 at the Orange Memorial 'x with radio station WDBO. who hosiery and bags. -II
Hospital. Mr. Curtis is will have as his subject "Is the !
connected. with Myricks FurnitureCo. "';. Air Free": and Wilton S."Preacher" )\(I
s' Allen assistant city editor of '
No. 2 Washington Street Arcade t:;
,. ,. the Orlando Morning Sentinel who I
Gold and petroleum are the : "a '. will speak on "What is News?" 1 ;:;1
5 Inez Thomas Adele Kirkcanndi
et
principal: sources of mineral Following the speakers there I ,,"
wealth in Colombia. 'W will be a panel-forum on the topics I

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Smart Clothes A was married to S-Sgt. Vice, USA., son of Mrs. Jesse Crump 4- f
j of Oxford, Ind., this past week at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. I 4'1 .:
for J. Mrs Vice is the former Miss Ann Mary Cosma, daughter of flTiniIovs
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Mrs. Steven Cosma of Toledo, Ohio. A small reception was f js -
Children 9{ held at the horne of Mrs. LeRoy H. Stansbury on Devon Rd., ,
19 W. Washington St. left wedding to The Carolinas.On .
j after which the couple on a trip with Southland
\ returning they will reside here at 15 N. Eola Dr. .:r.

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Special September Only Miss JamersonsBetrothal Told i I is the former Miss Adelaide MRS. J. C.Veronica GOOD Corcoran,daughter of I VENETIANBLINDS

! \ COCOA-Mrs. Elizabeth Grosse. Edward Joseph Corcoran of Auburn, N. Y. Her marriage to S- < r ,
PERMANENTSMACHINE I Jameson anounces the engagementand i| Sgt. Good, USA, son of Mr and Mrs. James L Good of Conway, 1 '

, -E approaching marriage of her I Ark., was a recent event at the Orlando Army Air Base Chapel. .
'1 'Pi"- ; daughter, Elizabeth Ann Jameson I The Rev. Mark McHugh of St. James Catholic Church of- :;
I Jij to Lt. [Medical Dept.l James de ficiated. The couple are on a wedding trip to Havana, Cuba. s = S .
j MACHINELESS $10.00 v Vere Armistead, U. S. Army. They will reside in Orlando, as Sgt. Good Is stationed at the E '
COLD WAVE R The marriage will be solemnizedon local base. -
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I -Including FREE Facial ,r", y Saturday, Sept. 27. at 4 p.m. at i ,/ 2" Blinds SQ. FT.
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St. Mark's Episcopal Church co-
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I ASK coa. No invitations will be issued. Ivt .
BEAUTY SALON :Minimum 10 Ft.
.PeARISTOCRAT but friends are invited to attend ILLINOIS t Sq.
the ceremony. 11 r .
MarVAUcee: Mrs. Burta Wells. Owner-Manager
Serving Florida Since 1908 ISSULtJXI :
: EUeE cer 147 N. Main St. Ph. 2.3225t. The young of the condor are % BLOCKS f A r Contribute to the charm and beauty of your rOOlBS
unable to fly until they are a year I Distributor 75 W. Pine St. Tel. 5111 f r
old. ftexttrle
i ,rAAs and windows with Southland steel venttten

blinds. White, off-white or ivory slate with minftoa

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I 22 -.F &ft fhoibsg EmtbtrI- 'btr Orlando, Florida, September 14,, 1947 i More than 20.000 of the 180,000
McCullyButlerrNuptials species of beetle are found in the
$100,000 Cafeteria lra ; United States. A fJl [lITC 0I /


I rProgress Reported Rapid i Daylonans Keep ; Held. WATCHcatfTfx.
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t Planned at Daytona F In Quincy IftAIII) (Q) I


\ Channel Work Dr. Stork JtT' i Continued from Pare 171white REPAIR SERVICECall .
i.n Project Busy :et0 C5rd3 rp torse'3 !i iDAYTONA atBRITT'S
BEACH-Construction on a $100,000 build-: roses and lighted candles in "Jcoffy"
.. ing the future home of Morrison's Cafeteria at 122 North I S923t I
, t> MAYME HODGKINSANFORDThe ilprcc,' to "*"''e S -::-. Ser -.eStrlDAYTONA : silver holders. .. .
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- ,,, ",Tt C.f jrrt.'..,..-tje"\ BEACH- Membersof Beach St.. is scheduled to begin Sept. 15., j The couple left on a wedding : jf Orange I ...
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g odnews that the digging of the : the Halifax District Hospital I The building, to be built of brick with stucco' and trip to North Carolina. and on returning -

deeper channel in the St Johns River is progressing much 1' Beard reported in a meeting lastj:(, glass front, will have a frontage on Beach_St.. of 50 feet, I will reside at 332 W.I I

more rapidly than was formerly anticipated was brought! night that the 97 patients undercsre I .0'and will extend back to a depthof Minnesota Ave. DeLand. Both Do you surfer distress fromWEAKN

here this week by Roy Wetmore Survey Dept. of the of the hospital at present is 189 feet.Completely. modern In I Mr. McCully and his bride win
respect -
Sanford Lions every
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Engineering Office, Jacksonville.It : __" an unusually high number for this the single-story, air-condi- enter junior :year at Stetson University t'r
Is believed that the 12-foot< ire of the this FaIL
year. : tioned building will be built with 'I
eha.nne11iil1 be completed to Aster Since 22 of the patients are :. j Okay Vending a mezzanine, and will have a seating Mrs. McCully] is a member of one FEMALE
by November, end of the presentcontract. Cites newborn babies however, a large capacity of 250 people. It will I of the Southern families of
Wetmore is here working Daytona r portion of the Increase was accounted be the largest cafeteria of its kind Q.lincy.here she was graduated
with the Chamber of Commerce i. for.According Machine Plan this side of Jacksonville. from the Q'.JincyHigh School. Sheis
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engineers to complete: securing : to a report by Mrs.
I Plans for the building were a member of the Order of East-
nghts-cf-way: from Aster past Irene Barrett hospital accountant. tSatit C_- S -' .'t S4.rt :
: e :: < drawn by Abner C. Hopkins era Star and the Pi Beta Phi
Sanford and through Woodruff Good Business net income of the hospital for SANFORD' Richard Stephenson Jacksonville architect and E. Sorority. ES

Creek.In. I August totaled $27.066 after $1.437 of Jacksonville spoke at the F. Deter Haye Daytona Beach Mr. MeCully. son of Mr and
I calling on Cbm. II. B. Pope was charged off as chanty work I luncheon meeting of the lions associate architrcLConstruction ,
Mrs. P. J
McCully, of
formerly
of the County; Commissioners, be : r; T e Bk6r SeDAYTONA 1 and deducted from the gross' receipts 'Club, presenting the Fordway plan of 1
I : : the building will Orlando and recently of Culver
J W. Mc"Farland.
these j of 28503.
said rights-of be would'way were stay until ready as president of the Daytona -' Board Chm. Ralph Henson explained 'of gum Lions vending insignia machines, with proceeds bearingthe I be clone by D. C. Foshe Inc. of City. CalIf.. was born in Orange With Its Nervous,
Beach Merchants Assiu reported that supplies are being ; Jacksonville Tampa and Day- County and graduated from Winter ?
letting of a farther contract was i 1 I I going for aid to blind and under- tona BeachCourt Highstrung Feelings
i Park High School. He enlistedIn
predicated them. yesterday that baseless stocked in anticipation of a big
The channel on will lie along the 'usually slow during September II Winter season,. and for that reason ,privileged The project youth.as set forth was i the Armed' Forces following Are poet functional troubled montblr by distress
bulkhead at Sanford. and keep i has been unusually good this year. hospital expenses, totaling!j approved by members and these : Reporter Gets !I I graduation and participated in ncei? Docs it leak you fed toHtrtmu .
McFariand said in recent : the major invasions in both the erutkr. restless weak a ,
a.'lareatera clean and greatly improve a I $31,677, ran ahead of net income j -
machines will be in
placed various
bit moody-at: ueh tunas* Then BO
the fishing, as well as '' meeting of the Merchants I for the month. j stores throughout the city CofC Courtesy AwardS \i: European and Pacific Theaters try Lydia E. P1Jib&m' Vegetal ,/
shorten the St. Johns considerably,, Assn. Board all 15 members re- i Board member Jerome Burg-j t it was reported. J : : "*"* i-riov Ser-!!?.St=rl i j i 1 I during the war. On receiving his Compound to rrl.T such (jicptoinal -
for water travel Woodruff Creek!i; ported themselves "as busy as j jI man reported that tie expenditure i t DAYTONA BEACH The Cham- discharge, he enrolled in the law Women "by rfc the bl.thousandsfc benefit
Pres. W. O. Livingston and : reported rwn& &
I can be.and that even though of $16.500 for comers.on ofi I school of Stetson University, wherehe
has for many years: been completely I i ber of Commerce Award
members welcomed Ray Slatonas Courtesy Plnkham'i Compound If what
I blocked with hyacinths and; prices are generally higher this I the hospitals) two elevators fromnanualy this week goes to :Mrs.Gail Lynch is an honor student and a Doctor call a uterine wdadre I;
debris. year, shoppers apparently have ? operated to automatic a new member Robert Reelywas member of the Pi Kappa Phi fra Ha a grand. soothing: erect on ons '
welcomed back, Dr. Frank L veteran Circuit Court reporter, on .
more to spend. i : > : of womaa most Important orfan
money would save the hospital some ternity. r 1
II recommendation -\uy.R&y-Sel-- Taken regularly-PiJGJLbam'a Compound
Qvullman, health
unit director,was i
Business during Labor Day 5.000 or $6,000 a year: Brice Engineering help build upaga1n&tllUChdlstresa.Ic' restctAec
Free Loss Put ; den who praised her for her
Parking {granted a months leave of ab ,
week: wiuelv followed the successful : Co. will do the job. i, I Personal reflector lights for s AUod* tAU C
and both to
Dick home "courtesy helpfulness :
Esberry's will omaclc
Near'$450 at Daytona i Daytona Beach Days shopp.ng: I Several proposed changes in the ;J sence.be meeting place Wednesday for a members of the bar and others. pedestrians to wear on wnsts or s tonic drugstore rr rte ,$8 e of tff
I event was slow, McFarland ad- hospital byIanere discussed
r clothing have been suggested to
IScec-! ts:: "- --- See S-wl directors. Bus Driver Lawrence Estes, now
; D.'Yroo.CH ...:.: -About ,i Board mitted.was but pleased he added with that the the re- '! briefly on the Holly Hill run. received cut down traffic mishaps. Monthly Female Pains 11=a atsor..e =r .

$450" is the estimated amount I II sult of the shopping event and ':, THEN: SHE REMEMBERED: : I honorable mention on recommendation -: I I P1nkhaZ1'Compound revyeffectat t iw tel k S arA
I lost from free parking:: service the I that it plans "bigger and better" GRAND ISLAND.' Neb. tCPl A : of Mrs. H. J. Myers of Vero to relaTe p-.oci&.y C@pO"d era'
City offered ,during Daytona I II Daytona Beach Days next year. Council Passes Grand Island woman bought some j Beach as did Jerry Hale a helperon Howard Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT -cramps: due beadacb to female. backache.v&e& f UACUonal -. fqb Its.tpF
Beach Days according to Arthur new silverware and was showing it i a city garbage truck on recommendation monthly Lsturbanc:
Jjoblom. meter attendant. ParkIng I to friends. They asked the name I : of :Miss Laura M. I
BIBLE KEPT GOOD
I meter receipts for August fell of the pattern. She couldn't remember Daggett, 327 Mobile Ave.
below $4,000 for the first time this CAMBRIDGE Mass. UPI and telephoned the dealer. Post Office/ Bldg.-Phone 197
i Law I -
Scholars studying at Harvard's Beverage .. /!,J.11 L L _r. VEGETABLE
. year.F j The pattern was called ":!.1em-1 Ccnfucius is buried outside the j WINTER PARK, FLORIDA tIVCOMPOUND
| Widener library may perspire during ory." city of Kluh-fow. China. I .
I Penicillin was first discovered by i iProf. l the Summer but the institution's '.
i Bible cool [Ssec: j trs T-e S.r do\ e'c StcrlDAYJOXA
Alexander Flemmg in London Gutenberg is kept
in 1929. I I in an air-cond.uoned safe. BEACH-The Holly

I .. night Hill City passed Council on second meeting reading Friday JUST 3 WEEKS LEFT TO ENTER i

a new ordinance regulating hoursof i:
i sale of "wines beer. and alco-
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This is holic beverages" and granted per-
mission to Holly Hill bars to remain "/ -:'


t OUR 1ST BIRTHDAY I weekly Under open hours the until remain new 2 a.m.S ordinance Sundays.&-m. to ta.m ((7T

5f I .. but sale of liquor between
, 2 LDL Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday -

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second ordinance, also
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we believed to be the finest beauty service in Orlando. by the council boosted generally -

f The response exceeded our fondest hopes. So,thank license and occupational taxes. .

i you Miss and Mrs. Orlando and in appreciation we give The council also directed City .. ,
our Atty Ossinsky to proceed with arrangements -
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i for purchase of a
17,308() tractor-bulldozer from the --4
y t!; SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY OFFER Florida-Georgia Tractor Co. cf .

I Lakeland, and requested Ossinsky
to draw up a resolution or ordinance -
\ .. ONE WEEK ONLY providing for organization + 9i
} I a ': of committees from the Council "

to assist in management of internal ,/'
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BONAT AUTOMATIC affairs of the city. .-
Elmer! Larsen was refused a permit =rsc
1\\ / 'I additional construction at tI r + =- :' f

\ WIND CROQUINOLE his Riverside Trailer Park, and ':
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was reminded by the Council that
,t PERMANENT WAVE Burley Ave. residents had com- La
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'I plained that trailers in Larsen'spark
I ONLY were placed too close to their
i u ''-:( THE ONE IN ORLANDO property in violation of city restrictions -

J ( and that no permit

't \ > Regularly 15.00 would be granted until the matter
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On the application of Noble ; z'
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J Cook: and William P. Bangs to ,
.1 This Week Only 12.50i I build a trailer park on a site i GIVEN AWAY .
:/ bounded by Rideewood AT.. 14th ,
i, I St. and Woodward Ave. the coun- p
i t cil said the present zoning 190..5I
i Including Hair Cut, Shampoo I prohibited tae construction,. but FIRST PRIZE: LAUNDROMAT i .,.r
that an exception might be made "
II if a "nice substantial buildingwere
I Hair Styling and Finger Wave erected fronting on Ridge-
I wood with the trailers behind it. -.
The matter was tabled for further
1 Every Curl Is Steamed In A Bath of BONAT LIFE : consideration. :

OIL REWAVING CAN BE DONE SUCCESSFULLY I .. WORTH $299-

Seminole Sales Hold 9 Jb*. Yo select
a yf proper water tempefatmrc
I and vasfetag time.lbw aid
JO AND MARY 1 ---,. .. *op. Pffis itsdf..nhea ..-,

Total) $$72,000 .rimes 6iap-4ry.3 merdoibea The

oj I Hair Stylists deans,drams,ud chats nsesf ::
TSwr'-' M '** Strvfcy: Set*ne!-Stcrl

753 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-2291 SANFORD Four Seminole
County real estate sales made in xJ r 5 '
i the past few days totaled $72.000.
s led by that of the tounst cabins
south; of Fern Park on the eastside "
of the ord-Orlando Highway -
j known as the Bennett Cabins
sold by :Mr. and Mrs. Arlie L. -
I IA St A fU LLT Smith and :Mr. and :Mrs. Hanford r r SO EASY TO WIN !
A S ONED PLAN0I Barnett to R. L. McLain of Malt-
I FOR RO oMl land. -
I A SMALL tl YIN Just finish this sentence with
Rare Ltfkowit received $16- 2S additional words or less: ;
500 from Rose Savage for about ik, j'ft
six and a half acres of grove s "i1/K6 IA FRANCE SWING MAKES

G! 0ltl b uf1L BY Baldwin and lake propertest of Lon # S \ <-'
wood. V i tXJNrAININ6UlAfINESS 8E7TER THAN
Brita M. RoehQc purchased for it b
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$9,000 a two-story home next to LA L ANY OTHER BlUING BErAVSE.._.... .-..wV .
the corner of Fifth St. on Mag-
fit
Exquisitely ttyfeo to com*
nolia Are.from Raymond L.Cald-
partly into modern deooriutec&cme I wen and James F.Ricks of Oranze I t

*. ScUatiCcaDj de- t County sold to Lorain E. BeggsJr. '

I i ned to produce richly eol.orful ., of Orange County for $&.500 'I Here are some reasons why La France Is ft $ayes Too Timers! f. ;

too*.A rMpoaare action ,: Lake two email on which lots was fronting a bungalow.on Bear Better-try it to discover more! !It Saves You Work!

that invitee the beginner and J These considerations 1ndfI t "Make colored things sonshtne New La France B so moth better: than oUstj -

I\ delights ttrirtaooo.! ..Hear I: filed cated documents.by revenue stamps affixed. to .. bright." "It never never streaks or le bluing! So easy to use,you wool teak

it.pUylt. spots." "Gets clothes white Eke you're bluing at all! La France never dyes

ocw.""Eliminates the extra bluing clothes blue. A secret blend of gentle; btacs
A few model araHabb
ucnr Scout Contest e ,,., rmse." "Goes right m with the ",, ,; perfected: after M yean of research Geatie on r
for tmmeduta delivery soap.""Comes in a big new bo*!- your hands too. Try La France and enter a ;

I Illustrated "Takes toe *ori: out ex-bluing!" the con testl
Piano $725--Others $675, to $1075i -
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f i Complete with bench, delivery. Terms, if desired. Held at Welch .,'[ . .

_! FOLLOW THESE EASY RULES
1 I ENTRY BLANK I _
SEE HEAR PUTHAMMOND [SieC': :' t1 The S-'l; ':: 5e-::"' '-S'er1 'i'I
Send in an entry wits a box top today! Use or sheet of
DAYTONA BEACH A district coupon any
THE paperr 1.Simply write 25 additional words or few to comUDi&ecS States except employees of General Feet :;
swimming and diving champion- Mail to La France Contest P.O.Box.100,Battle Creek Kbch.
plete the sentence above aIr a why you fake La CcNporat oa. its sabadunes. thee .dtcrttiBf :
NEW ship meet open only to Boy Scoutsof I
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I SOLOVOX P rf France Bluing Flakes conlanmy I.wDiueas better agencies and members of tfaetr HUP"**'*famibe
l the Halifax District was held 3 ft.kh rrb_ I.... "
jtQMC o'JM.MtlJ than other bluing. Then name tad
J J any print your
last the
night at rectangular poolat I. *
I S.Prizes as listed elsewhere m Oat adverwemesft .
J Attach to say puna. Aside variety of solo effem-: Water p LJ.I-...;.;} /- -- address and mail entry to.- wiO be awvde.1lO.1IT of tltt BDS tKeimtertstiag 'I
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I UcWwg toll abi..t $375.00 stoW .. say -,...., Around 125 Boy Scouts 'com- .uyu.MI La France Contest and ttiutnentt in 1M optawfloTjodges
coonnang
Terms. peted. and ribbons were awardedfor P.O.Box 100
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i designated by Ccoenl Food Corpontioskprues
first second and third plates I I Battle Creel,MJcKAS :
Tbar detasioa will be God Is are cities,dsp&art
r : Events scheduled included a candle ------ ---
entries must be postmarked not later thaa
relay. spoon relay and egg I ___ ______ ____ ______ I midnight October 4. 1947. All entries wil Carded become the No entries of wB Ccoenl be nmaed.Foods *'j
race as well as Individual competition property .
i RobinsonCDusic in- free style, backstroke. I 2.Submit as many entries as yov like. Us tike Corpora olllO b* used M they tat It Tb oo: test
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I breaststroke, underwater plunge blank in this ad or one side of any sheet of paper. fa subject to Federal tad State refakboas,

and diving 1. --- ----------- --- I AH entries must be the original work of the conLAD wtsaers win t b*notified by mal aad IM-
DeLand Scouts also competed. (FINISH WITH 25 WORDS OR LESS) tenants submitted m their ova names.Afl members will be aaaoooed "Wbeo a Girl
prutwomen os
but their ratings will not Inter- .
tut.. lace with Halifax District rat- I oft family may compete but no more than one prize >Mames" radio show: coon as posvMe after 0* .
#>kt lags in the selection of winnersto I NAME I sin be awarded to a single family. dose of the contest Send stamped addressed tovelopes t

> represent the local district ADDRESS.GROCER'S. X Each entry submitted most be accompanied by a for complete bs of1l'1DQCt5.
in the Central Florida Council I I top from a box of La Franc Entries with inadequate .
Co.531 meet in Orlando next Saturday.: pottage will not be accepted.: If you" buy a new Laundromat dvrag the coMesI
Starter and director for the HAM"I period and wm a prize list pr ice of yogic "csuef:
meet was City Aquatics Directory ADDRESS 4.Th6I contest u apes to everyone in wntmu tai bans Laoodromat ids be rrfsadej to you

and' judging and timing I A Pr.Hct.t a..rr F.ods I
NORTH ORANGE AVE.. -, PHONE 6303 of the meet was done by Boy ENTER NOW! C -
Scout officials assisted by Welch I. . . .. _ I CONTEST ENDS OCT. 4.r
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Florida, September 14, 1947. bt ltttha g "tn1tnrl-b tar Page 23 + Mary Brown. Jane Campbell Gay O'Steen. Alice Prasek. Anon Rich-
)Miss Condict Is Hostess
!Cubbedge. Lou Deadwyler. Jeanie ardson. Pauline Schwing. Mary Jo
Eichelberger. Clarla Floyd. Vivian I'Wagner Otha Mae Warner. Anita
Hattaway. Evelyn McIntyre Sue Whitmore. Annelle Perry and
,Miss Rogers Miss Johnson L. B. Andersons Enterprise Miss Audrey Condict. daughterof I The party was an Informal get- Martin. Karolyn Moore Thelma Shadie Beardall.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Condict together before the group leaves I
of Winter Park was hostess Friday for college this week. ;i
Becomes Bride Becomes Bride, Entertain School Counts afternoon when she enter- Guests included the Misses
tained with a farewell party at Marian and Ruth Anderson Jacqueline

1 [Spec al to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] her home on Laurel Rd. In Winter Biggerstaff. Frances Blod- :
Of
OrlandoanContinued ORANGE CITY-Miss Jo Anne Visitor 163 Enrolled I Park. I gett. Eppie and Rochelle Bower. YOU .

Johnson daughter of Mr. and
[ from Page 17] Mrs. Robert H. Johnson became By L VIDA CHISHOLM (Soeciot to the Sunday Sentinel-Star] I i

Ise Peterson of Orlando sister of I I the bride of Ike Franklin Andrews [ISoec'Q' to The 'Sunday Sentinel-Star] ENTERPRISE Junior High ':
in ORANGE CITY-Mr. and Mrs.L. School opened Wednesday with
the Miss !I i a simple ceremony at the
groom. Betty
Wooten of i Methodist Church Saturday. : B. Anderson are entertaining an enrollment of 163 the first day. GlasswareIt's
\ Lakeland cousin of the bride. Mrs. 1 i I C. A. Sherman played nuptial,' their niece. Miss Barbara Anne I six pupils less than the total en- Monogrammed

Wilbur Y. Wooten Jr., and Miss !''music before the traditional wed Worthy of Lannett. Ala. j I rollment at the end of the first FREE

Ann Knotts. They wore head I ding march. I; Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Curtis of ; month last year according to Prin.L. PersonalizedIt's
bands of matching flowers and 'I The bride wore a smoke blue : Daytona Beach were weekend O. Hayman. ii
carried long stem yellow dahlias crepe informal gown with a corsage -i, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellard i! The staff includes: 1st and partof DifferentIt's

tied with ribbon complimentary to I of red roses and was given.Leathers here. < 2nd grade. Miss Euretta Faber; ./ PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
their dresses. Carol Louise Peterson i in marriage by her father. The Bob Erikson is again at the part of 2nd and 3rd grade. Mrs. Exquisite
niece of the bridegroom. 'Was i Rev. W. C. Rogers performed the home of his parents. Mr. and :Mrs. : Tymie Fulford; 4th and part of I
flower girl. Her dress was madeof ceremony before a background of Thornleif Enkson after a Sum- 5th grade Mrs. Bertha Lou Har- Sparkling initialed glassware in a com
greenery and floor baskets of pink din; part of 5th and 6th grade
matching yellow lace taffeta and tiny trimmed blue for in gladioli. mer Mr.In and Washington Mrs. Rodney Conn.Thursby t| Mrs. Durden. i f Kleenize Now! i plete open-stock line from a liqueur

After the ceremony a receptionwas and sons have returned from Seventh home room science and i f
get-me-nots. | glass through the hollow-stem cham.paglle
held at the Johnson home. !' Michigan. home economics Miss Emmaline
E. Finley Cannon Jr.. of Gainesville Out-of-town guests included: Mr. : Stramus; 8th home room social glass pilsner's to the large swirl
1 Mrs. R..C. Boatman of Orlando
acted best Ushers and Mrs. Archie L. '
as man. Andrews par- studies and coach Mr. Thompson;
were William and Harold Beard- ents of the bridegroom of Bon- was luncheon guest of Mrs. Marcy 9th home room and arithmetic. It Rugs miters; three piece combination seafood

all and James N. McElroy. all I il lee. N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee I E. CUlp Wednesday. Mrs. Gunn: 10th home room and
of Orlando; Erwin Owens of i:Gibson of High Point N.C.; Mr. Mrs. Harry Leard was in Eustis I English. Mrs. Julia Rowe; LoVick Furniture i and juice sert'ers; vinegar and oil

Gainesville and Wilbur Wooten)I,and Mrs. John Thomas Ruf flag, this week. Hayman. principal and shop.
of Miami; Mr. and Mrs. William Dr. and Mrs. Eric Greenfield and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Trapp en- Venetian Blinds cruets; twin marmalades; astra's and

Jr.The mother of the bride worea I I Terry; Mrs. William Collins and son. Eric Jr., of Perdue College. 'i tertained Mr. and Mrs. Fay Lee. : ; other odd pieces.
Mrs. John K. Shacklett. of New Lafayette. Ind. visited Victor I "
gown of Grecian design in a I Mr. and Mrs. Aldeen Taylor and -
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,Smyrna Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Southworth and daughter KathI I .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee and 48-hOUR SERVICE
soft beige. It unusual with
was a -
R. M. Ramsey of DeLand. erine. I Stunning di initial skillfully .
crushed beaded girdle effect at I i daughter of Sanford. as dinner ;, ree- monogram
I
the waistline which was shirred I The couple before left for a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lemme have I guests Wednesday.Mrs. PHONE 2-2990 executed to your order. It's not a
trip to Chapel '
going .
and tapered over the hipline and returned to Sarasota after visiting ,, E. W. Jones has returned
Hill, N.C. to reside. Mrs. An- the Parrish home. from gift
in the back there was a graceful I.drews was born in DeLand. but George Tampa. last minute thought-beautiful
double Grecian drape effect. She Beverly D. Gleason observed her : Miss Virginia Edmunds plans to
has most of her .
spent life
in .I"areith her
return to school after having gla monogram.
wore a bronze orchid corsage. Shier City N.C. Mr. Andrewswas 10th birthday with a theater party I spent
the several weeks with her
The bridegroom's mother worea in DeLand with refreshments afterwards past
born in
N.C.
Bonlee is
floor length dress of deep rose I a student at the- University now of j for Martha Lee Nelms parents Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Dar- I

crepe made V neck trimmed in North Carolina.Oviedo. Barbara Hillshimer. Marie Toma- lington. : -HOME & HOBBY HOUSE .
lace and rhinestones. With this I i smi. Claudeanna Gilmore. Mrs. E. C. Snodgrass was in Or- ,

she wore an orchid corsage. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford and lando Thursday.Mr. IQ niae '< :
1 1119 East Colonial Drive
Church and Mrs. Bobby Lee and
: Mrs. Jourdan was born in Lake- daughter. Sherry, of Miami, spent 1404
the weekend here with Mrs. Ford's daughter. Sharon. of Sanford. c D
land but moved to Plant City
I "In the Heart of Colonialtown"I
early in childhood graduatingfrom Circles I mother. Mrs Clarissa Smith. were here Wednesday. / / S. Division :

the Plant City High School. oMeeting i ,Mrs. T. C. Dempsey was in C' Orlando fla.
,
.Tampa this week. There are about 1.700 colleges
She attended Ward Belmont.
I Mrs. M. Collins. Mrs. Doris and universities in the United I '
Nashville. Tenn. FSCW in Tallahassee
and is now working on I Nelms and daughter. Martha Lee. States.
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her Ti.B.. degree at the Universityof I By MARIAN R. JONES I spent Saturday, at Daytona Beach.

Florida. She is a member of r'See' 3l to The Sunday Sent,nel-Star] Discussion of traffic lights and .

the sorority.Alpha Phi Gamma Delta Delta Delta women's social 1: the OVIEDO-Missionary Oviedo Methodist Church Circles held of I I[, to items occupational purchase of business treasury licenses with bonds were the at order main the ii&iti 3Zi: : t

legal fraternity. Eastern Star. ; their combined monthly business ; 1 t & <
regular meeting of town council
. Methodist Church and is a charter i meeting at the church Monday.Mrs. .I I Monday. ,

of member Lakeland.of the Junior Sorosis Club Charles Lee presided. Mrs. Bobby Lee was showing a rattlesnake ;
W. J. Lawton had charge of the i ,
,. over four feet long he killed
Mr. Jourdan born in Orlando
was '
program on Mexico and Puerto
west of town Wednesday.Mrs. \
is a graduate of Orlando ,
Louise Dettmer visited
High School attended the University Rico.Young Mr.
People's Woman's Society -l' ride t .
and Mrs. Fred Dettmer in Orlando e
of the South at Sewanee.
of Christian Service. Oviedo this week. P
Tenn.. and is a graduate of the ,' ith
Methodist Church met with Mrs. :
:Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jacobsonwere eS. ,
University of Florida. He spent '
j! Marion Estes Tuesday evening. I in Daytona Beach recently.Mr. oouoe c\\a-: \' .\: 4:,
five years in the Army serving Mrs. Leon C. Olliff and Mrs. Fer- I and Mrs. Pitt Cole are in 0 E s
,
in the European Theater. He is a 0 '"'
rell Beasley were hostesses. i Rockwood. Tenn. A = O\\et
member of Delta Tau Delta fra- \ t
Present the Mmes. Mar- I '
I were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chambers 'I a \\\e\t .
ternity. jorie Leinhart. Jerry Guynn Martha have returned from visiting Mrs. DU 10 .' ," -
t '
Immediately following the wed- Staley. Helen Sweat Hazel Helen Wren and family at Saluda I.'u !a0' ilret ', ,y. '"
ding a reception was held at the West. Justine Lee, Herley Mae I N.C. \et'\t\" .", ." -
home of the bride's mother. Greeti i t\t\\\\on tee s \" .' _'
Wainright, Sparks Lee Clonts r\ .
"t '
ing the guests and presenting 0 \n
Katherine Teague. Louise Martin
them to the receiving lure were '. and Misses Jane Seacrest. Kath- Mr. Bartlett th tnott\ea -

Mrs. W. E. Bobo of Lakeland and '! -. ,:.I1t"e
ryn Lawton. of Oviedo. and Misses \ < \ ,
tln9 .
Mrs. Edgar Hull. In the receivingline i Anne McKenzie and Ellen McKen- i -
were Mrs. Rogers Mr. and zie. of Panama City. +! Miss Aulin ,- -, tr ey

Mrs. Jourdan. Mr. and Mrs. J. : Mrs. Ralph King daughter Mrs.
'
W. Jourdan Jr. and the bride's' Lamar Echols and Granddaughter ,, : :' ;.f"f';
,
Married ,
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attendants. The reception rooms < $
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; Elaine have returned from i, : h s
were decorated with bowls of visiting Mrs. Jasper Allman. Lake- .
chrysanthemums and the table I' [Soeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] .t8x1t2:

overlaid with a linen cloth was land.Mr.. and Mrs. Milton Gore and OVIEDO Miss Lona Auhn. g iII
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
centered with a four-tier wedding
daughter Julie left Sunday for a
cake topped with a miniature bride J Aulin. became the bride of Uewe-
trip through the East and North- :
'
and groom.Tall white candles tied eastern States. I lyn Bartlett. son of the late Mrs.
Mable Irene Bartlett of Philadel- Lunt
with satin bows were on either I Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ulrey and 1'fi'
end. phia. Sunday at the Oviedo Baptist .
\ | family have returned from, In-
Church 8
Following the reception Mr. diana. at pjn. iI

Jourdan and his bride left on a Following the Aulin-Bartlett The candlelight ceremony was .
wedding trip the bride wearinga wedding rehearsal Saturday. Miss performed amidst a background of /
white gladioli white
traveling suit of wool gabardine pom-pom STERLING SILVER '
! grey Lona Aulin and her mother Mrs. chrvsan"mums.. and fern. ,, , with matching accessories i, Andrew Aulin entertained mem- f
The b- F'. in
by
x and corsage of green orchids.They bers of the wedding party with a her f? '" given Andrew marriage Auhn II J'x 4))
r. was
;j will make their home in Gaines-I h
surprise birthday party honoring ..
lovely in a bridal of white
gown table ;
vie where Mr. Jourdan is connected Miss Betty Creath, one of the slipper satin fashioned with a to grace your F ;' r,
with the Baird HardwareCo.
y bridesmaids.Mr. long train.The beauty of the bride
and Mrs. B. F. Wheeler Jr. and dress was enhanced by a yokeof with beauty !
have returned from a trip throughout white chiffon. The dress was iI' v. .
. Demonstration Club and Northeastern ,
Eastern fashioned with a peplum and a at n
States. i i I large white bow in the back. With MODERN i I'; F
Whether hostess at breakfast table banquet here I
Installs Officers and YOU are a or a ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Estes this she wore a veil held in place VICTORIAN (
.s At the final meeting for the daughters LaJune and Kay and with pssris and orange blossoms Is sterling tableware of superb quality to add warmth and $23.75 i '; ,.' ,

year 1947 of the Conway Home son Tommy have returned from of imported: marquisette. She carried beauty to your day-by-day living to serve you in perfect $ ,. .,

1 Demonstration Club held Thurs- Daytona Beach. i I a prater book with a large taste for a lifetime. We shall be pleased to assist you in makIng .

"| day at the Conway Methodists Mr. and Mrs. Max Leinhart. white o-ch rd.' your selection o( Lunt patterns-famous for their exquisite ', 0 i I,
': Episcopal Church Annex officers daughter Anne and niece Jane j i I Mrs. F'cnard Bunch of Orlando ;;

4 for the ensuing year were installed Seacrest have returned from Day sist r of the bride acted as matronof loveliness and lasting craftsmanship. AbtERICAN acv ,,'s,, : ,

'i as follows: tona Beach. e honor. H!r dress fashioned on VICTORIAN
Mrs. J. W. Byrnes president: Johnnie Jones. son f o PostmasI I the line of the bride's own dress .75

Mrs. C. D. Broome, vice president; ter and Mrs. J. B. Jones I was made of yellow taffeta. Her f
. Mrs. A. M. King, secretary; Mrs. : been visiting his grandparents Mr. hat and gloves were lavender. She .' + e /,
; Leo Herber treasurer; :Mrs. C. W. and Mrs.H. V. Reeves Macon has carried a bouquet of mixed flowers Lunt Place .
/
' Blanchard. council_delegate. returned. j I with streamers matching her Settings .
; hat and gloves. ,
,
Have Your AutoSTEAM.GREASED Miss Boots Bogard and Miss Only $2.63 Down $2.00 Monthly y yon
TOYLAHD Betty Creath. bridesmaids of Orlando -
I wore dresses fashioned Duval's Silver Club Plan I; .fi '
i 70514.Oreege. alike fitted waists and off-the-
Motor and chassis *T
shoulder type.
50
cleaned and i
Me steam
The ceremony was performedby
J Soon lubricated complete the Rev. J. N. Thompson, '
+e VUOU *
TS1Un former pastor of the Oviedo Baptist -

i7 4 CtSS116tS TSICTCIS AUTO SUN VISORS Church. Mrs. Jim Staley was FIVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY

,. OOIJi 19.95 vocalist accompanied by Mrs. Joe wlLtust ,
.z SNaICS WAXING Leinhart. who also gave nuptial i MARY ,,r%
1'JTS' CLIXTONE SPRAY YOUR STERLING SILVER FROM DUVAL'S hr Fx
10.00 ANY CAR music. $23.50 a '
..0\\ % ,
- a.I.k.ee Lasts Three Times Longer Joe Augenbhck Orlando actedas
-' Mr. Bartlett best man. Pete
eau wee
I01 Ed Mayo's Hewitt and Buddy Newhart. Orlando HOME-OWNED AND HOME-OPERATED A ,r j r/ ,

uoSFllllsRS 101 N. Main St. Ph. 9782 acted as groomsmen. Bobby Every dollar earned by Duval Jewelry Company Is re-invested in the state of Florida Duval S tit. ".#:
I Ragsdale and Leon Olliff. Orlando pay state, coasts and city taxes plat thousands of dollars in salaries building your .
were ushers. state supporting your community. ',, ; 4' / ;
After the ceremony a receptionwas ,-,

held parents at the for home members of thebride's of OPEN STOCK IN ALL STERLING SILVERWARE r. r .--

the bridal party and relatives.Mrs. Should you lose or misplace: some of your silverware It is easy to replace it at DuvaTi -' 'a ,
EBSEN
Auhn was assisted in servingby because all patterns ate standard and carried in open stock. Duval is reputable com- <: ,
Florida .
for M
pans serving years. +
the girls in the bridal party. j' .

SCHOOL OF DANCING Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett left Tuesday ENGLISH,4'}
by plane for Philadelphia.Upon NATIONALLY FAMOUS NAMES IN SILVERWARE

. their return they will reside Duval features nationally advertised silverware of tried and free'< 27TH SEASON OPENSSEPTEMBER in Orlando where they are both you of getting the most for your dollar. t".
employed by the Florida Bank. "'

y 15 I I CONVEN I ENT TERMS /? ;, /. "4 ; -t

College SetEntertained There Is no bargain in silverware but at Davits you get the highest at nationally advertised prices on terms to suit the most modest budget. ': -i r ; i
' 9 S. HYER STREET PHONE 9528 _
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: COURTESY, SERVICE AND FRIENDLINESS ,

" AH Dnal salespeople are specifically trained to render yon prompt and courteous services + COLONIAL + .t
At Sanford Patronize :your Duval store help your community and YOURSELF. acANOa 4 }

"fF' L'
a.. NY [Soeciol to The'StX1doy Sentinel-Sfar] $23.50
=- SANFORD-A large group of .town account 'Invited.If ;.
,
I it i. iwt convenient to visit -
students met for out-
college an ,.
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a Duval Store / orphn
door supper party at the A. K. i Dovol Jewelry Co. yw..d.r men/yeh. '" if ,' ':
It Shoemaker home on Mellonville tor* ....red .... ruse order willbe ,
:-' :- .-.. Ave. Friday as a get together before 119 S. Orange fitted immediately.Orlando ::: '! ,.'" _f
.
leaving for college. Orlando, Fla. : ;;;' L '
Present were: the Misses Betty ,<, :1
I There is a great variety of "Busy-work material" available Joe Brock Audrey Bach. Sylvia Please send me place settings ,

; for children. Of this the desir- Meisch. Mary Ann Whelchel. Lolo pattern. --
; : we try to carry most Lee. Barbara Saunders. Olive Ann \ u

.. able in price as well as quality. You will find Paint Adams. Barbara Ann Edenfield. [ ] Check [ J Charge my account i-

i' Without Paint Books-Stick 'em Books-Sewing Cards- Daphne Mary Anna Connelly Springer.and Judy Mildred Jones. [ 3 Open an account t ,1 Silver Club / 1 ft

Dolls of all Puzzles Beads Plan '. "
Paper types- -the new Color Robson. fk.

f and Recolor Cards-Stencil: Books-and of course model- Also Gerald Lossing. George
Speer. Mason Worton. Troy Ray.
Name '
and Neil Doyle Duya' has a don near you >!
1, lag clay paints finger paints. and crayons. Jimmy Aiken. Powell. stern in .Iack.II., Miami %''
McWhorter. Kay Shoemaker. Bob Tarn**. W. P lm ach. Ft.Orlwda. .. 1
by Jones. Bill. Shoemaker. Glenn Address- QN la.d.rdaM. St.bur e.e.rr ,

Lingle. Billy Gray. Tommy 1 lg S. PLan,. Ocala.and Hollywood.Outof eainovnll.. D.yt.na. ''x y

2I }fa! Vaughn Jimmy Shoemaker. Bob t C
, e 1J's McCall. Bill Hutchison. Sonny Ra-

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214 N. Orange CLOSED born. Kenny Leffler.In

f lf i &<*&&
Tel. 6668 '" WEDNESDAYS
:-Plaljtllne STor 1860 about four out of every %,: '" ,
five American workers owned their '
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Sanford High Mrs. Snow I Page 24 it4 >uubng 'rltttnr1- "tar Orlando, Florida, September 14,_ 1947DeWitts f Tea Table Chatter




I -TA MeetingScheduled EntertainsYoung Miss\ Conn Osceola County Vets B, CYNTHIAu____ _

[Continued from Pace 17] BARA BROWN the latter had a*

Set EntertainVisitors Makes Plans FORD of New Orleans formerly', which dinner several party Orlando in her ATO'S honor to '

[Specie! to Tic Su-d:; Sent:nel-Storl [5Jed.1': to T'-e Sway SenmeI-Star] Join Course I of Orlando. o o j i io invited -They included JULIAN were '

t SANFORD-Mrs. C. K. Carter, DAYTONA BEACH-Mrs. Ever- For Wedding Farming MRS. LARRY PHEIL of the DOMINICK.RAYMER MAGUIRE JIMMY RUSH..
I JR.
ette Snow entertained at a birth- MAX
P-TA. high school president has Amherst Apts.. is having a won-
day party Wednesday honoring her By MILDRED GEORGE (Special] to the Sunday Sen;'ne;-itar] l> BOB GRIFFIN BREWER and ARTHUR JONES.
; called a special meeting executive f 5xd The Su,-d Sen, 5ar] ., derful visit with her son and
i t" ,
i daughter Peggy Ann. celebratingher i ::v ne ST. CLOUD-Miss Mary Lois [Our, Pwr *; it t 'rfl"d. "1 daughter-in-law. MR. and MRS.

board and committee chairman I second birthday. OSTEEN-Mr. and Mrs. Russel I Conn is announcing plans for her KISSIlIlIEE.Ninctt"cn" Osceola County veterans of LARRY PHEIL JR., of Laurel.

.for 3:30: p.m. Tuesday in the high Invited were Karen Mrs.,Fred Mrs.Bolding Walters, DeWitt are entertaining Mr\ and I wedding to F. Wayne Cook, which World War II are enrolled an agricultural course under i Miss. The latter moved to (! MUSIC
school office. :I and daughter Mrs. J. A. Williams from Jacksonville Laurel about six months ago. and
H A, Henley, on-the-farm training teacher for this county
i
Miller with Marye Jane and Jo will be an event of Friday at
Eoghan Kelly returned last week Lorraine Mrs. Bill France and this weekend. 8 pjn 'which offers them an opportunity to study latest methods of Mr. Pheil is in the research labo-

toSt.; Leo College Prep School at Jim Mrs. David Reese and David John Williams Jr. was born to I The ceremony will be performed ]better farming. I ratory of the Masonite Corp., !; INSTRUCTION
St}Leo. Fla. He is the son of Mrs. .. there. ;
Viola Kelly of this city. Jr.. Mrs. David Earnhardt withSpencer ,:Mr. and Mrs. John W. Colley Sat- : at the First Presbyterian Church. --- --- -. Since<< ,June J the veterans have I 000FLORENCE I,
Ernest Johnson and i with the Rev.James M.Thompson
Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Brownlee left Denise ,Mrs.Mrs. Pratt Brown and ; turday at the Sanford Hospital. ; officiating.. Mrs. George II, Henry been fttteniima Monday night I REED MILLER will Piano, Violin and

Saturday for Coronado Beach. i Stevie. Mrs. Wade Easterling and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Doyle spent : oldest sister of the bride-elect Fey Receives classes at the Central Grammar. t take the plane at noon tomorrowfor Orchestra Instruments

Huston Babcock will leave todayto I II Janice. Mrs. Herbert Norris and Sunday with Cot and Mrs. Louie 'will be matron of honor. Bridesmaids Hchool. where Henley has been I 1 Nashville where she'll be the
begin studies at Suwannee Col- of Orlando.Mr. wall be Davis and f'I I' I Id houseguest of her son-in-law DR. I
Alma Ann. Mrs. Howard Anderson Simmons Patsy VA Protest feting. the special veteran course For Time Phone 2.2 vas
lege.Mrs. and Rosanne. Mrs. Combs and Mrs Edward Pell of Florence M 0 r r i is 0 n. Jimmy "*tgncd to fit the needs of farm-and MRS. HARRY FERRAN.

W. V. Bitting and daughter I Young and Wesley.Mrs.Neil Hurst Gainesville spent the weekend Thompson will serve u best Pi* trturnod 1 from the war. o n o C. J. NELSON

Gail are in St. Petersburg. and Beau Mrs. Leonard Dobrow with his parents Mr and Mrs. man for the bridegroom-elect. And Answeri llrl.l' trip... .Ifflurr by well- When PEGGY TEAGUE of
Miss Mell Whitner and her : and Sandra. ,i Joe Masters. ushers"UI be Irate Bashintkl and qualified agriculturalpecUUst' Winter Park was down at Titus- INSTRUCTOR

niece.. Miss Charlotte Moughton 1 Mrs Lois Ferrell son Randall Earl Hensel Jr Music will bo vocal I '" I ; h'1 t'',,. II"''I' **tiiet" "Mj) unit tlnlU by Henley' to the tetrrttir ville the other day visiting BAR-
left Saturday for Daytona Beach. I !and daughter Vivian left Saturday sung by Mrs. B. T. Simpson farm are a major partof I
Troy Ray will leave tomorrowfor I Miss WarrenBecomes for Sanford I!Jr.. accompanied by Mrs. Horace DAYTONA UI'ACnOl: ; the Intenftlte training which I I

Gainesville. I I Mrs. A. Foster opened her home I M. Bashinski sister of the bride- William H, Fry of U"'Yh'1'" will help the returned soldier

I Friday for the Home Demonstration elect 1 has received a letter In iwiwuw to to let l Into the swing of present

BrideSpe : Club to honor Mrs. Leila Friends here have received announcements .a protect h.> had written Ben, day trlcuUurml practices. NEW ISSUE

; Bondholders of Sc--e'-Stud.' Wood with a farewell party. She of the marriage of Claude Pepper' conrerntng the !.. I A typical claw was held last .
I : 1 to t-e rdav: I is leaving Tuesday to spend the : Miss Virginia Briggs of White : cent Veterans Administration cut Monday night when Lewis Maxi 100,000 SHARES ;
DAYTONA BEACH-The mar- Winter with her son and family at : Cloud Mich., to Lee Harding of
i Swift and Co. entomologist.
her which necessitate the l layoff well.
Chicago Rapid Transit riage of Miss Betty June Warrento Talladega. Ala. Her daughter. Provuncetown, Mass., at Lansing. horticulturistand FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Donald C. Thomason Jr.. of three out of four contact representatives and Harold Garrett. ;
i Cpl. Miss Blanche Wood will accom- '
Mich, Aug. 13. The couple have '
in Beach field man for the Winter Hav- ,
: sbn of Mr. and Mrs. Donald her as far the University Daytona "
Co. pany as been
honeymooning in Province-
Chicago Railway of Holly Hill has been The letter was\. from W. R. rn branch of packing company 4'/2! "o :
Thomason of Alabama where she will finish
town and the bridegroom is with
Fokes, administrative assistant to met with the group to consider:
announced by her parents, Mr. her master's degree. I
Preferred Stock
John Henderson Photograhers.Inc. :
I the Senator, who wrote that the modern packing methods current
Lyken Lionel Warren.
and :Mrs. Prizes were awarded to the I ,
Final Court decision has been made Madison Ave. protest had been received in Pepper's methods of coping with citrus insects [Par Value $100 Per Share]
502 Mmes Allman, ,
Beavers. George I
covering sale of all properties ot I The new super self service mar-
I absence but that "I am. in diseases and deficiencies,
above named Companies. Claims of I The ceremony took place Hut Masters and Miss Williams. i ket of the Great Atlantic and Pa- I
f of Price $100 Share plus accumulated .
Senator Pepper's name contactingthe and present-day systems con- per
I Ga, and
Bondholders should be settled soon. Wednesday in Folkston. Others attending were the Mmes. 4.
cific Tea Co. opened Friday, in its I .
Veterans Administration regarding trolling garden insects.
Holders of the old Bonds are Invited !the couple had as their attendants.and DeWitt Ferrell Hosack Marsh, new location on Tenth St. It will the proposed reduction inBeach. .I Slides common and films were shown on dividends from September' 1, 1941. ;
to ask for details of amounts to be I Miss Ruth Gleaton Roger Marshall and Williams. i'i be under supervision of Mgr. Had- !
paid on each Bond and how to cotlest Martin both of Daytona Beach. Mrs. Matina Dunning is spending the VA office at Daytona: the subjects, and open discussion This :announcement is neither an offer in Fell nor a solicitation of an
who has been charge of the
:dox.
these payments.ALLEN j Mrs. Thomason, a native of the week with Mr. and Mrs. in and we will do everything we can tl followed the pictures. June R. offer to buy any of thee cecui: ,itie*. The offering hi made only by
Lake City where she attended Columbia George Carter in Groyeland. :store. at the old location for sometime to see that adequate service is Gunn. Osceola County agent, wasa the Piospectus. copy of unders-gned which may be obtained from the

E High School moved here maintained there." I guest along with other growers
I Joseph Hutchinson formerly a Such a layoff would leave only and farmers from the county
in 1944. CpL Thomason was born
LEEDY
I WHEELER & ALLEMAN
I INC.
baritone soloist at the Cathedral
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here and attended local schools. one man to handle problems of Henley said. ,
'Maryoerg 'of Atlanta, will
Co.INVESTMENTS St. Philip at sing
& He has been in the Marines two at the Sunday service at the Meth- 7.500 Volusia veterans who make : "We try to make the use of the Florida Bank Building
of the office's
and a half years and now is sta- 'odist Church. He will be accompanied use services. I sound films qualified speakers.
tioned Jacksonville.The Plans and other of agricultural
in Nuptials I sources
by Mrs. O. Preston John-
newlyweds plan to reside : information in the class and we
He is with his
son. visiting father
4 f E.L.KendriekManarer here. f r5-:;k-nl: to the Sunday Scn'nel-St'JrJ; the Rev. G. W. Hutchinson pastor Kiwanis Club find that the practical approachto
: | NEW SMYRNA BEACH-l\1rs. many problems of class mem-
of the Methodist Church and
4 Great Britain ranks as the first ,Thomas Franklin Joerg of the I bers can be answered by well-in
511 Metcalf Bid TeL 2-2772 1 is on leave of absence this year
nation to produce a jet-propelled !beachside has announced the engagement i formed guest speakers" Henley !
from his position in the Romance
boat. {I and approaching i, said. J
J F flying mar- !Language Dept. of Emory University : Ballots Mailed
I riage of her daughter. Mary to I| He plans to attend the Uni- Class work is not all of the

1 i Robert Kirk Murray of Bloomington l ersity of North Carolina for I i i program. Trips to the veteran's

i ; 1 IlL I work leading to his PhD degree i i'! [S-e-al to Tie! c' '01: Sentinel-Stor] farm or that of his employer
Hcy-r Miss Joerg daughter of Mrs. : ,
in languages. SANFORD-Kiwanis Club will. is part of the instructor's weekly -
t+ !Joerg and the late Thomas Frank-I '
i have annual election of officers work. The variety of subjects Replace
1m Joerg. attended Florida State I Sept. 17. and official ballots have covered is illustrated in the activities T1I
I I
: We have
a "Special" Checking College for Women and graduated
. Mrs. PunellEntertains already been sent out to members which he and the following SCREENS
Account from St. Luke's Hospital Schoolof j' =
afford. j'
t anyone can showing the name of Frank Lam- Osceola County veterans r
J Only cost lOc iss each check Nursing in New York City. She I son placed by the nominating i! farms: I \ \\ __ AWNINGS!

J you write. No minimum balance. Jt was recently discharged from the committee to be voted on as new 1| Leo J.Barber James A. Schmitt I \. r ; m
Navy Nurse Corps as a lieutenant.She BLINDS
I president succeeding Lester Tharp. : diseases insects; George L. Bark- _
I graduated from New Smyrna Other names on the ballot are ley Cecil I* Mathis. selecting a wUh
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK For Husband
AT ORLANDO > Beach High.
t t W. A. Morris 1st vice president: citrus grove site Kenneth M
Capital and Surplus Oat Million DollarsrzDE&n I Mr. Murray is the son of John Joel Field and Ralph A. Smith Bass marketing cattle: Lance E.
t 1tLliBa : : DEPOSIT BHUXAKCB CCAPOIATiOSt Lome Murray of Chicago and the [Soe_ il tT: 5'jidov: Sentinel-Star] 2nd vice presidents: P. P. Campbell Bass. Tommie W. Bronson. improving 1
late Mrs. Murray. He attended DAYTONA BEACH-A surprise I
Ned Bass,
Hugh
I treasurer; C. M. Harrison financial pasture;
I Illinois[ Weslyan and graduated birthday party honoring Howard I: secretary. From the fol- pastures development John W
i from the University of Wisconsin.He Purnell was given for him by Mrs. ;
Growing In Popularity Every Day... received his MA degree in So- Purnell at the Country Club Friday lowing names seven directors will Brooks poultry culling grading I
be elected: B B. Crumley, Luther eggs; Leo R. Fertic. citrus grove
r ciology at New York University. I Sanford William location and pasture Improvement J.
THE LONGWOOD HOTEL Prior to his entry in service, he A large white frosted birthday Kader Doss E. G. Kilpatnck Doudney Ed Lane ; Quentin R. Hickman feed I "''I
was supervisor of recreation for cake trimmed with pink rosebuds '
: Phone Longwood 13 the city of Dayton Ohio.He servedas centered the table and pink canI i I Roy! Mann Howard Monteith. Her- crops and truck crops site M.; Char
G. William Lamb.
I man Morris, Wayde Rucker Edwin lie Lamb.
dies in silver candelabra flankedthe ,
Features This Menu commander in the Navy and Shinholser Martin Stinecipher preparing land for truck; John
on Sunday's centerpiece. I
was recently released from dutyas ni.ICI..
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and William Yesley.Miss Raymond M ers Lency U. Myers I
Long Island Duckling recreation officer fifth naval Guests included Durwood Car-i I !
citrus stock diseases,insects; Stan-
ter of Ocala who during the
district. war
\ Broiled or Fried Spring Chicken j ley C. Nicholas citrus and cattle I I'I
The wedding will be an event of was in the same company in Hon-"i Starke's
development L. Alton Partin cit-
Lamb Chops Shrimp Oct. 8 at the Naval Station Chapel. olulu with Mr. Purnell and his,' ''I :
Roast Beef wife Dr. and Mrs. James Rishell.i rus Insects; Howard A. Stark ,
:t Red Snapper Norfolk. Va. The couple will live ; ..
making bed for truck
temporarily Mrs. Man Horhck Mrs. Rae Llvj j I a seed crops
Ecuador.O'NealBranch
t Virginia Ham Etc., Etc. in Quito erett. George Kellerman. Mr and Betrothal Told I Elvin Thomas cattle marketing I
, AU dinners served Including our Smorgasborf platter from and pasture development.
Mrs. Alfred Bush Mr. and Mrs.
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) Paul Malone. J. M. Sewell. David DAYTONA BEACH Engage- I
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Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McRae. Mr. i KEEPSROOMSMUCHCOOLERKEEPS
to Robert F. Keeley of Maquoketa, I
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Palmer, Miss Kathy Eibelhauser I
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Frank Barnhart, Mr. and Mrs. :. i OUT FLIES & MOSQUITOES
All-Wool Carpeting: 27" and 36" runners; 9". IV I Of flee Supplies 1, Equipment John McSwain Miss Clara Winge, Starke of Watertown. Mass. Wed- I I
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Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum. Miss Wingate Jean of DeLuca Weymouth, Miss Margie Mass.. I Miss Starke and her twin sis- held gifts for Mrs. J. C. Benet Jr. ::1 Stops sun's heat outside Keeps rooms up to 1 IS*castor. 1.mtdel

I jentinel= mr Merritts and Miss Amelia Barth. : ter. Miss Ruth M. Starke, were : at the stork shower in her honor slats' per inch keep out flies and mosquitoes Perfect visibility

Sink Top Rubber.3 it.:width.Corrugated Rubber I graduated from Watertown High given by members of the Ladies I restful to the eyes Helps! prevent fading of house furnishingsTakes .
Runners black and maroon. 3 it. width. Grass School in 1946, and have been residing Altar Society of the Catholic I
Rugs all sizes.AMERICAN MOVES MERCHANDISE 2\1\ ,. Turner !' here at 221 Bay St. I Church at the Center.Wednesday. : the place of awnings,Venetian' blinds and fly screens leis.

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863 North Orange Ave. Phones 2-2488 and 2-2489! I 6 Months 42,993 i I'I'I From the State Conservation |Mrs. Helen Flowers won the prize lust cut with shears and tack on frames like ordinary! IcnenIn,.

l I I Commission comes a new warn- in a contest. About 75 guests atI I '

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26 irlJr I <11baJ! &rutlntl-&tar Orlando, Florida, September 14, 1947 f HUMANE SOCIETY I IN WORK 'BECAUSE_WE LOVE_ANIMALS I : .



..1. :Girl Scout Leader Program Homeless Cats, Dogs Have New ..AbodeOrlando's I

homeless dogs and'!1 public is, of course. Invited to inspect the same time It does cost money
Gets
TomorrowThe
Underway the institution." and we would appreciate any financial
cats have a new home today.
in addi- assistance the public
Girl Scout Leader training program will begin to- The Humane Society has openeda I tion The to handling Humane dogs Society and cats,has would care to give us."

t morrow with a Kodachrome sound film to be shown for the shelter at 601 Forrest St.. under been called upon to take care of Until a telephone is installed atthe
a first time in Orlando at the Little House in Dickson Park' the full-time direction of A. R. everything from sick mules to
, at 7:30 I' Heggan. Mrs. R. J. Kelley of the evicting a family of skunks. new home. Mrs. Kelley will
. p.m. t announced yesterday.The to take Humane Society
society Mrs. Kelley wasn't sure 'that continue
The projector for the movie was loaned to the OrlandoGirl
made 8278. Miss Margaret
home
new was they had succeeded in the latter. calls] at
; Scout Council by the U. S. L W necessary by the large volume of "'\'e are in this work becausewe Piper and Mrs. E. N. Coughlin. in
:Army Recruiting Sub-station here. sented Wednesday by six experienced ; A' $ animals being cared for Mrs. I love animals and not with addition to a number of other

.. Sgt. R. C. Innis of the Army Public [ leaders who will give their gIORLANDOL Kelley said. the thought of any financial prominent Orlandoans are identi-
Relations Dept. will show the viewpoints on Girl Scouts in the In the past eight months over I gain," Mrs. Kelley declared. "At fied with this work.
film which pictures Orlando Girl 900 cats and 391 dogs have been ,
Scouts in one of the scenes. I different age level groups. placed in homes or, if they were
Women 21 years or over who I Mrs. M. E. Huff, troop leader sick, put to sleep.
are interested in becoming Girl I for five years will lead the The.Humane Society takes care W I ROOFINGSHINGLEROLLFELT I II
Scout leaders are invited. Also panel of dogs and cats that people no f
assistant leaders who may be 18 longer want or can no longer care
years or over are asked to attend. :I Mrs. Jack Levitt scout leader for. Those that are vicious or :
The course is for the scout I for seven years will present the I have bad reputations are usually !
leaders troop committee members Senior Troop Viewpoint. with Mrs.L. fI turned over to the city which is I
and Lone troop leaders of A. Hatton and Mrs. George C. d operating with the society.Dr. ALSO ROOFING CEMENT !
Orange County. I' Johnston discussing' the Inter- J. L. Ruble and his staff
The course will continue !I mediate Troop. The Brownie I HUMANEr handle the veterinary work for j FULL LINE BUILDING MATERIAL !,
group will be reviewed by O. L. the society.
through week I
next ending Sept.
Hagar Jr.. and Mrs. Don C. Rob- Fens and outdoor runways for
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Coterie Club. Twenty hours alb ertson. IsOCIETY the dogs and cats have been constructed BRYANT LUMBER CO.

required for a leadership certifi- at the home which Isdesf&ned
COPS MATCH PICKETS E to handle any immediate 1220 Spur St. Ph. 2.1022 1
cate.Featured on Thursday's pro- NEW YORK [UP] When a demand or volume. It is also

gram is Margaret Davis of Orlan- strike at the Brooklyn Trust Co. I .. ._ hoped there will be space avail-
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do who recently returned from the entered its seventh day 25 pickets AreFtlstcst With The 'Bestes i
International Girl Scout Folk were on hand. Twenty-five po- ORLANDO HUMANE SOCIETY'S new home home, Dr. J. C. Howell, vice president; Mrs. "We have placed a number of "We
Dance Festival England. Miss licemen also were on duty. There Heggan, and Dr. J. L Ruble, veterinarian for very nice dogs and beautiful cats IT HAS TO BE GOOD IF WE HAVE IT !
Davis danced with the group representing was no trouble. The strike had for dogs and cats at 601 Forrest St. Left to I in the past" Mrs. Kelley said,
I the society. The homeless dogs are, left to shelter will AIT AID' Lei us put FOAM RUBBER under !
I the U. S. among groups started with a pitched battle between "and hope this new RIDE
from 16 other countries.She police and pickets. i right, A. R. Heggan, who will maintain the right, Fido, Fido, Fido, Fido, Fido and Rover. help us do even a better job. The Ufl Hli\. your old seat cover. I
will be Interviewed by Mrs. i iI
H. R. Alexander. Juliette Low Diggings-in Hopi---Indian----pueblosof Special This Week......________..______ $10.00 iI I

fund chairman as part of the Girl Arizona indicate that coal was By MARGARET GREENE Make It
If We Don'f Have It We Can !
Scout International program. used in America as early as the Telephone Winter Park 233 \

1,; A_panel discussion will be pre- 13th century for burning pottery. I Winter i Park News Hours Monday II.Through 12 and Friday 4-5 I SEAT COVERS $8.95 and up i l

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We Cover Everything But The Clouds i
speaker tomorrow evening at the Intermediate troops. On Tuesdays Indiana.
I Friends and Patients Bicycle Riders regular weekly supper meeting of those of troops 2 and 3 will Julian Cranberry leaves today ORLANDO SEAT COVER & SUPPLY COMPANY
the Kiwanis Club. meet Mrs. Guy Colado there; Fri- for New Haven. Conn., to enter I
i ii Kenneth Wacker president of day it will be the representativesof Yale University as a freshman.Mrs. 100 \V. Washington St. Tel. 5451Seeking
I of the late i Rotary will be the speaker Wed- troops 1, 4, 5 and 7. The meet- Adolphus Moody and ,
; Given nesday evening at the Lions Club, ings begin at 10 ajn. daughter Bette, have arrived r
WarningWINTER outlining the various ways in On Wednesday and Thursdayof from Levill Ill., and will be at 499
f: :j Dr. James F. Brawley which civic clubs can aid in meet- this week and next Mrs. Colada Chase Ave. With them are Mrs.
: ing local civic problems, particu- will meet thpse interested in Moody's son-in-law and daughter, to BeautifyCONCRETE
J : PARK-With the Increase larly those for the benefit of Brownie troops, whether they are Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bryson. .
; OPTOMETRIST of bicycles on the street youth. leaders or' not, for a training 1
this Fall. Police Chief Carl Buchanan Enrollment: at the elementary course in this interesting form of Mrs. L..7. Hackney has returnedto
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PINE CASTLE, FLORIDA has issued the following her home on Via Tuscany aftera
I school at present is 607. Of these, youthhelp.Mrs. rest and treatment at Holiday I
warning: 122, are in the first grade which .
: Colado, executive directorof
: I House Orlando.
will be pleased to know that the practice oft
Pedestrians have the rightofway has been divided into four sec- Girl Scouting: in Winter Park
Dr. Brawley is now being conducted by and riding on sidewalks is I tions. Last year the peak enrollment will be at the Little. House on Mrs. William E. Fort has suc-
forbidden. All traffic regulations i in the first grade was 111. Minnesota Ave. mornings all this cessfully undergone surgery at BLOCK() ?
I applicable to other vehicles will and expected here the Massachusetts General Hos-
more
l : are as month, and can be reached by
DR. WINSTON H. LOVELL
be strictly enforced upon bicycle the year progresses. telephone Monday through Fridayby pital in Boston and she expectsto
.: : riders. First offense will bring a The White Day Nursery has calling 840-W between 9 am. return home during October. 0 0 ..
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1 t' OPTOMETRIST fine; repeated offense will mean been given a large window fan and noon. Dr. Fort will return in time for Style/ with BONDEX colors, w
the bicycle being confiscated for which was installed Friday. The the Fall opening at Rollins.
I ;- The Same Complete Service As In The Past 30 days.It first birthday party of the year of On interest Monday to at all 7:30:adults p.m.,in a film Girl The Rev. and Mrs. James L. stop dampness at same timelHere' !
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1 is forbidden to carry another 'was given that day also, honoring Scouting will be shown at the Or- Duncan and young daughter have
Same Convenient Location person on bicycles because it ob- four-year-old Suzanne Hardison. lando Girl Scout Little House. returned after a month's absence .the way to malce your
) '_ There still few in I spent in Georgia.Dr. .
structs vision and'makes steering are a vacancies Leaders and prospective leadersare home distinctive and charm.
;-. Office: Pine Castle Phone Orlando 5935 and balance difficult. It is for- the nursery and kindergarten buta especially invited to attend. and Mrs. Paul Vestal, Fon ing. Bondex brings you t
bidden to park bikes on sidewalks; record enrollment is anticipatedwhen 1 Those wishing transportation are and Robie have returned from
seals walls
color and against
also to hitch rides on other vehicles the fruit packing season be I invited to telephone Mrs. Colado.! Nova Scotia, where they spent the
or to weave unnecessarily.Each i Summer stopping over in New dampness by bonding with ,
gins.Circles Miss Emma L. G. Thomas has !
; bicycle ridden at night one and two of the Wom- York, en route home. the surface. Apply with
returned from the hospital to her
)' must be equipped with a head-I en's Missionary Union of the home on E. Welbourne Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Verdery and brush-no skill needed.5'b.p.q.mabubout Atofer
f .- light and a rear reflector. i First Baptist Church will meet at son, David have returned from $100 Stucco, Brick
'rt .. ';... For Sale Each bicycle must be registered i I the church at 3 p.m. tomorrow. Miss Anna Houser is spending a Dorset. Vt.. where they visited Mr. i- u.
three weeks vacation in Tennesseeand XMP fowdotiwu Dry
,i Tuesday and Friday of this --1. '
with the police for the and Mrs. Roy Verdery Jr.. and
owner's protection in case it is i!week and next, there will be sessions will stop in North Carolina young Roy 3rd. David leaves today Get Your BONDEX Color Chart from....
i -- SMALL MODERN HOME at the Girl Scout Little for a week on the way home.
stolen. There is a 25 cent fee I for Gainesville to attend the
and a permit is issued on the .House for program-planning by Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Bever have I I University. I
basis of this registration. J{leaders and assistant leaders of returned from a six weeks visit in I Burke's Tropical Paint Co. The sherwia-wuiiami Co
I 638 W. Robinson Ave. 43. N. Orange Ave.
\ Lake View and Lake Privileges Buchanan warns riders against I 1. EXPERT .
stringing across the thoroughfarebut II Robertson Supply Co. Builders Supply and Noveit C.
WATCHREPAmING 53 W Jackson St. Winter Park, Fla.
Restricted Subdivision; High and Dry to go single file near the
righthand curb. "Accidents" he AT THE Specializing in Swiss and American
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} Architect's residence Small home I ORLANDO JEWELRY

planned specifically to be enlarged 256 8. Orange. Corner Jackson i
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later when prices go down; on 82 ft. lot. V/infer/ ParkBrevities

Already financed, monthly paymentsof

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1948; total cost $8700.00. Includes Ben- I ALL PURPOSE ARMY SURPLUS

dix, stove and refrigerator. Euston St., WINTER PARK When the
Glencoe Subdivision City Commission meets at 7:30 Black Bucko
west end of Lake $7.95 ,.
Killarney. Jack Moore, owner. Phone pjn.nance tomorrow and the revised the budget ordinanceon ordi- Sling I REFABRICATED BUILDINGSSTILL

22650. I for business second reading.licenses will come up !

The Rev. J. Powell Tucker. Orlando I II
OPEN FOR INSPECTION -= will be the speaker at Rotary -I AVAILABLE
tomorrow noon; he will relate -II 1I
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visit to Europe. .
Dr. Louis Schulz will be the I pLpT0I
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11' higher ground. Unable to cope brew 810 cupfuls *t a time-js
with a 30-hour rainfall the animals ; ownad by the Salada Tea Cot>f
SEPTEMBER u. 19n THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. FLORIDA PAGE 27 were seen trooping en masse Boston. Weighing 492 pounds.It
-- across a field and up a small hilL : can hold 38 gallons. -

.: ; BED SMOKER FINED ,six Investigating woodchuck farmers holes, filled disco to*ered the jl TRAIN TICKFTED

Small Deals End to /f : St. Cloud Fears 1 MILWAUKEE [UP Marvin brim with water. I WESTVILLE. N. J. tUPl D. R

Leslie 42, broke his ant when he t I Mead, 58. freight train conductor
;Mark Activity jumped from a second story window The green blotchT' >> the spur of i got a traffic ticket here for "illegal
to escape a fire in his room. the darkspur serves as a landing freight train parking. Police
i Lull Housing Pinch He was fined $50 in district court field for bumblebees in reach of I,!, charged Mead with blocking a
i At New Smyrna ;I p for smoking in Led. honey. I crossing for 14 minutes.

(her' :. c '-ri] I Local real [S'e"'ic' to The S.."+--" Sentinel-Star} I ii *
4g 4SiS & S&S&f
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
I Real
; of the opinion 1 i ST. CLOUD-With more than I 9
estate activity here lately has been lull in sales has 100 houses abuilding and permitsfor I
marked by small transfers. of fair with transactions construction of eight more recently I
frequency observers Assert. I real estate dealers c
issued
leading the
R. E. Bronson of Lake Countyhas I way. | here are still predicting, a housing i .
bought the Canova property The majority r shortage at peak of the Winter. j i -'
Washington St. near N OrangeSt. I queried are of -- The
Permits issued since Aug. 25 are ; Q
The house almost destroyedby the lot sales are I
as follows: j I
fire about a year ago. has been increased E. N. Hellenbaugh. $300. frame I f
k condemned by the city as a hazard The fact that building; Earl C. Capron. $400 :
and the owners ,were notifiedto I \estors are buying,.. I' frame building; Francis Dick. $400 1I.clitect s C.eetl
e clear it away. f property is alterations; K. Rothrock. 1500.
Bronson. a builder, and i sure sign that I concrete block laundry; H. IL
ownerof 1
I ange County f Horn. $275 one-story cement block I 4Il
other properties here, said
'
"grow and grow" .
I yesterday he expects to convertthe SOLD-The two-story, four-bed garage; J. W. Sage $3.000. conCrete I w
house into a thr<<-apart- 1 year.To home of Carl local real block building; Floyd Madison I i
ment,buildingusinr what is left complete the Courtney, $200 storeroom; Wallett & The profession of architecture calls for men of
the fire ing, investing and Rd., was sold this week. New Bobble. $250. one-story frame I
from as a foundation. i
i'{ ness opportunities, H. Arnett. He is the new Florida building: A. W. Cams $200. addi- the highest integrity, business capacity and i'
V
-- The apartment house and
at 319
reopenings tion A.A. Drumond. frame
I ; $3.500
i iI
the Atlantic Co. Sale
Flazler Ave.. ,the formerly I the limelight it Brewery was I
I on beach house; Charles Jolley $28 minor I
3" owned by Raymond Miller the survey. with Joe G. Myers, 29 W. outside addition. c artistic and technical ability. The Architect is I
has been sold to O. Kraftmiller One of the St. I
of I I shington
Edgewater through the W. L. makers for real says.'e 1 I to Sales Elizabeth of real Thorne estate,hate accordinl'I been: I { entrusted. with financial undertakings in which i
Robertson Real Estate Co. citrus grove sales, brisk ,
withprices showing inclination \
. Eugene II. Grisson. a retired due to the hot I to drop. Recent trans- b his honesty of purpose must be above suspicion;
service officer formerly from Violet Dunham I
actions reported by her ai-enc1,
Laneley Field. Va.. has purchasedthe retary of the were: he acts as professional adviser to his client and
.
house on Louise Ave.. near N. Realtors asserts.Concerning Values
rty Purchase of a five-room stucco ,
Orange SU from Franklin E. Rog- .
ers. The "Lyon's Den." an ocean- citrus land buying bungalow. Fourth St. and Pennsylvania his advice must be absolutely disinterested; he
I Ave.. by Mr. and Mrs. ? .
front cottage formerly owned by tors believe
W. H. Parkinson of Orlando has hesitating in view State Growth Clyde Smith Kenansville. from is charged with the exercise of judicial functions
:Mr. and Mrs. William a4
been sold to O. R. Copeland of the past two years i Thomas
Jacksonville. Both sales ,'Weremade' good to be true" $12,000; sale to Mr. and Mrs. i as between client and contractors and must act t4
Frank
by O. E. Southard. realtor.K. for the law of I Warren by Mrs. Leota I
DUNHAM Steen administrator of
\\". Ferris has bought a bad year in their F'::r do A'oC'ct' on cf Rec" ''ors '' estate of an 11-room the frame Mix with entire impartiality; he has moral respon-

home on Flatter Ave. on the peninsula fastest growing State in the :, house. Indiana St., $7,200: sale to
formerly owned by G. WHITEHALL AGE NO a report from the Bureau of the I Otto Ward, formerly an Ohio resident sibilities to his professional associates and subordinates .
Rockwell Pennsylvania William of
a six-room frame house
Knecht of Orlando has doesn't seem to that this State alone not only !
belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Bass he is in
W. J. Webb. The 1 ; finally engaged a profession
purchased a lot on Atlantic Blvd. the Southeast of 1,753,821 be Wiles. $6000; purchase by Mrs.
and expects to build a Summer neer consecutive was term- !' showed an increase in population Lulu Wilhelmsen of a group of which carries with it responsibility to the
grave
home there. The two sales were bank here. He .. three houses comprising six :
made through the office of Mrs. .
apartments. $10,500.BURGLARS
Hannah Detwiler Bonnet. birthday the day of that Polk and Orange Counties I public. These duties and responsibilities cannot A
were among 100 counties of the
Mrs. M. T. Richmond real estate ILLINOIS nation leading all others In the ON JOB
agent has recently sold seven CHICAGO UPI value of farm products sold or TOPEKA. Kan. [UP] -111 leave j be properly discharged unless his motives,
highway and riverfront lots near candy making a used by farm households in 1945. this for the burglars Marcus t
Port Orange to F. W. Kline of produced a quarter not In point of value Polk rep- Reeves manager of a lumber company I. conduct, and ability are such as to command Ii
Palatka. The property was formerly i States production all resented $43,869.773. and Orange said Jokingly as he stuck ,
2r,; owned by :Mr. and Mrs. I the Encyclopedia I I 17632033. Palm BeachCounty $2.65 drawer from a late sale Into a desk j! i respect and confidence.i .
rather than
Lewis F. Laws of Daytona Beach. I Book of the Year, is led all other counties in I reopen a a
INA locked safe. The next morning Ji .
i
nation in of
the production veg
:, burglars had taken the $2.65. 1a
'tole;::. 1 etables. I I'!' ing a note: "KUroy was leav-I i

r i.':, Attention Home Owners and Builders ACTIVITY in real estate is Virginia was the first State In .
r the fact that $941 which coal was mined commercially a
million worth of the basis of aH -hi 1750.TERMITE.
ERMASTOG' N wealth vas acquired In the first I I i
p E half of the year by life Insurance CONTROL is the second in a series of Advertisements. sponsored bf

.; for Dean ty- --sea I companies an area of Important I II
: investment bringing their total M TEARS OF DEPENDABILITY CENTRAL FLORIDA ARCHITECTS ASSOCIATION
holdings to $760 million. Rental CALX PHOKK OR WRITE

l ;1 MODERNIZING THE housing projects added during H. L. COX
HOME-f first six months totalled $22 million TUH IRMA ST. :;(tCtCt: t: --4.tttt:'
Iif THESE TWO ILLUSTRATIONS : and non-housing held as Investment -
7' I under recently adopted
WHAT AMAZING DIFFERENCE State laws accounted for $58 mil-
-l CAN BE MADE IN YOUR HOME lion. The companies sold farm
'properties listed at $27 million
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"'-:, ? Raft's Restaurant moved from bows no deep brush marks:11 no weak t.: brighter more beautiful colon I That
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Is! E. Turner who owns the :
building In which Green was located ::
ON THE FOLLOWING BUILDINGS: will take over that location .'
doubling the size of his Southern
Auto Associate Store.
HARRY HEATH'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE I Dr. F. E. Weihe. optometrist
.i has moved from his SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
Main St.location -
1208 Colonial Drive and will have a shop in ':
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'. i', r.:1';' ii' :=,',, HUGH FAZENDE'S 'DRIVE-IN ,. I the Sixth new St.James .Fain Building on South PORCH & FLOOR ENAMEL" .It I

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'"t:. -"- f-, :: FEKANY'S STORE BUILDING ;} the, building formerly occupied by that teSlst. beary traffic Porch A floor Enamel 115
Li' Boors
| Route 441 At FalrvllU Road Dr. Welhe. Williams who for- Have
\f f' merly worked for Rutland's Men'sStore clew, stays dean fights deeyl'looks
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I Florida citrus HAVEN-Use fruit increased of last mesh season bags,for an shipment analysis of of

I. Ground Gained :
in Fight Against Tristeza the revealed annual yesterday.report issued by the Citrus. Inspection Board


Figures compiled under supervision of George E.

August Tree Disease T Page 28 elje; Sunfonj nttinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, September 14, 1947 Copeland show that 9.6 supervising per cent of inspector the 1946-,.'..
Egg Output
47 fresh fruit shipments were Levy County Hogs
I made In bags, a gain of 1.3 per-
Put at 18 Million centage points over the preceding Fatten for MarketS
Citrus Exports
Production of eggs in Florida Carrier Found
ab year.The [ ;:* : ol to The S -""rv Se"t Tel-StcrJ
last month was estimated in the percentage of shipments
made in wire bound wooden BRONSON Many Levy County -
U.
S.
Department of
Agriculture'sSeptember By MORRISON C. MERRIAM boxes declined by a like amountto hogs are now being fattenedin
crop report at 18 mil The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer Show Increase 77.3 per cent. Nailed box peanut fields and on other feed
lion eggs a million more than Progress in the U. S. Department shipments remained constant at
were produced in August of 1946. of Agriculture's research 12.6 per cent. and a considerable number of
into tristeza a virus disease that [Spet'ol' to The Sunday Sentinel-Star them will be ready for the early
The report went on to say. however The three foregoing containerswere
attacks grapefruit and of citrus fruit increased
oranges Experts
.- that the total number of eggs tangerine trees grown on sour orange during the last fiscal year, a report I used for 99.5 per cent of the Fall market according to County
produced this year. 178 million. I roots was reported here yes- issued by the USDA's Office I|'shipments only negligible amounts I' Agent T. D. Rickenbaker.

was "three million less than last terday by Dr. Frank E. Gardner -* ,-. t''* _'R '. of Foreign Agricultural Relations ;' board being boxes shipped and in in baskets bulk lots, card-according -
year's figure. There were 1.754- principal pomologist. In charge of showed yesterday. Lilies of France and flag lilies
bureau
to the r port.
000 layers on Florida farms last I citrus production research for the Total value of the fruit exported I are not lilies at all, but belong to
month compared with 1.609,000 at i USDA's Bureau of Plant Indus- was 57570000. I I Certified fresh fruit :shipments! I the iris group of flowers.
the I try. of the State's 83.965,55700cop: ::
same time a year ago. accordIng I
The '
greatest single gain was totaled 41,589.853:)
to the report. lie said that Dr. C. \V. Bennett made in canned grapefruit sections last boxes.season

SEVEN YEARS TO GO I had.confirmed USDA plant the finding pathologist of a large amount which were for the processed first time In I Of this amount, 32,171,405 boxes !

Brazilian scientist that the disease were shipped In wirebound boxes,
since before the ,
MUNCIE. Ind. fUPJ The city is war. nailed ,
can be transmitted by a I 5.260.676 boxes in boxes.
93 years old. red-faced Chamberof species of black aphid found in During the 12-month period 4010.094 boxes in bags 135,740 I
Commerce members found aft- Brazil as well as by buds from 5 ending July 1. the U. S. exported i boxes in bulk lots 11.536 boxes in II I
er making elaborate plans to cele- infected trees. 44,610,000 pounds of grapefruit; I baskets and 408 boxes in card-

brate its centennial this year. "This one species Is the only sections, compared with only 116- board containers.The .

insect transmittal agent discovered 000 pounds the preceding year. 1 eight-pound mesh bag,
PHONE Z-1593: SINCE HIS! so far." he said. "Other insects Shipments were valued at $4,559.- popular with consumers and
ALLARDICE COMPANY Inc. I are under suspicion among i i ir 000.Exports 1 widely used by super markets. :
them leaf hoppers but none of of canned juice included accounted for the greater part J
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
BIT1LDERS r them as yet has been established I ---,--------- -- -- m m _______m________n _____ ____ n. ___ ___nnn-n__' n 8,142,000 gallons of grapefruit of the bagged shipments. 3,225.i i
Also as responsible for the spread of I juice valued at $3,972,000 and 5- 672 boxes. j
EsUmate Furafehed. On AU tristeza." 'PHILIP BURRILL, 16, Orlando High School the Kissimmee Valley Stock Show. Burrill, 846,000 gallons of orange juice 1 Other bag sizes ana the amount

Jl*Types E. Harwood of Masonry Ave. Construction Orlando Fla. Tristeza. which hangs as a sophomore, is shown with Hitch Prince [ son of Col. Raymond Burrill, stationed in valued at $7,139,000. Grapefruit shipped in each, in terms of standard -!

threat over the citrus industry.causes I Domino, purebred Whitefaced Hereford bull Italy lives with his grandparents Mr. and : juice shipments were up 1,156,000 ;, 1 3-5 bushel boxes were: .
,
susceptible trees to wither i gallons. Orange juice increased 4-5 bushel, 487,850 boxes 20-
;
The Finest To Be Had and die by closing microscopicsieve I which he will enter in the Sumter County Beef I Mrs. R. G. Preble on Forrest City Rd. He will I 892,000 gallons. j 1 i pound 228.637 boxes: 12-pound,

tubes in the bark. These Cattle Breeders Show in Webster Thursday also enter a two-year-old Whitefaced Hereford Fresh fruit exports were made 30 boxes; 10-pound. 65,939 boxes;

f AUTO PAINTING tubes carry food from the leaves I through Saturday. The bull,' a two-year-old,'I heifer in the Sumter County show, his entries up of 8,159,000 boxes of oranges I 4-5 bushel paper. 896 boxes and DEMINGPUMPS
for that NEW' CAR LOOK" to the remainder of the tree and I I won first places calf and yearling in being the from andtangerlnesvalued $3%, eight-pound paper, 70 boxes. j
as a a only ones Orange County. i : i
SAM JONES are similar in function to blood ---------------- --- --- """,n vvv ...... ....,.,.....vvv .1IU.a.. U Wirebound box sizes and the ,
vessels in the human circulatory. I shipments in each were: 1 3-5 ;
PAINT
AND BODY SHOP grapefruit valued at $6,754,000.
j
S.W. Cor. Garland and .Jefferson system. ; I Orange and tangerine shipments bushel 29.221,328 boxes; 4-5

I I[ P one 6628 Citrus trees grown on rough Webster Show Slated Thursday gained 592,000 boxes and grape-i j;bushel. with 2,579,281 boxes; 1 3-5
lemon sweet orange sweet lime 1 fruit shipments 874,000 boxes. |j ji 788 bushel.boxes and center partition,.370-
F Rangphur lime and probably one bushel eight
I i The only category in which exports :!1 boxes.
Best Trailer Shop Cleopatra rootstocks appear to By AL CODY 1?[man breeder general chairman',I barn which is used exclusively for declined was lemons and i, .
be resistant to tristeza. Lemon [Special to Trie Sundcy Sentinet-Stor] j I for the event. this show. limes which at 476,000 boxes, were I Similar figures for nailed boxes 1
EXPERT REPAIRING trees regardless of rootstock are i I The Webster Women's Club is j follow: 1 3-5 bushel 5,019,324; 4-5 ,
WEBSTER Florida's largest Open to all purebred herds in down 131.000 from the year be- j 199.311
immune.Dr. bushel boxes; half-strap.
If 2225 W. Washington Bennett an outstanding authority all-breed cattle show. sponsors Florida entries have been received listing homes accommodations in private fore. They were valued at $2.- 42.027 boxes and 2-5 bushel. 14
from as far north as for breeders and other 551000. KOHLERLIGHT
Dial 6894 on plant.viruses has been predict. will begin here Thursdaynoon High Springs and St. Augustine guests and food will be served on I 11i boxes.
[On Winter Garden Road] studYing tristeza for the past yearn when 29 breeders of purebred the grounds Webster charitable
i i and from herds located: as far I, bjr INYESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUYI

rampant.Brazil He where proved the disease the I black is Hereford Aberdeen-Angus cattle bring Brahman their and en- I!>j j i south There as will Sarasota be more and Brighton.Brahmans organizations.Commissioner of Agriculture i I Bees Give Aid I II

RUSSEL WRIGHT aphid species to be a vector or I tries to the Second Annual Sum- 11561 than any other breed butHereford Nathan 1layoill attend the PLANTS
Casual China carrier: by letting caged insects I ter County Breeders' show. I I entries are not far behind show and is scheduled to speakto
feed on the leaves of diseased trees A three-day rodeo in the modem with 52 of them entered. the crowd expected Friday Your

f Openstock1T&llOBBTllOUt for ring a them few days to healthy and then trees.transfer- I Webster Arena will be held i!, Thirty-three Aberdeen-Angus cat-'. when the cattle are judged. I To Pollination Hem* Tew* I Ccmplete Stock
Thursday Friday and Saturday I 1 tie have been entered. Of the 29 '.I Some $2,500 in prizes are being I Agent
i i "In yellowing six to eight of the weeks a distinct nights in conjunction with the all1 I 1! breeders who have made entries .'awarded exhibitors at the show. A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION! : Genuine PartsExperienced

riu E. Colonial Drive I of the symptoms of tristeza.foliage one breed show under direction of I 112 are Brahman breeders 11 breed i I I with separate contests planned for Central Florida bees play a vital
appeared Odis Cowart of Center Hill. A Herefords and six breed Angus.I I t;I Angus Brahmans and Herefords role in the agricultural economy MILLS1 : Service
Dr. Gardner reported. well-known rodeo producer. Cow- An innovation in co-operative I I': and grand champions both bull 'I of citrus and vegetable cropsOr- I
"Aphids
similarly treated but fed art has presented two successful beef cattle educational work will i I I and female to be selected from ange County Agent Fred BasEst ICE CREAM
CALL US on healthy trees did not produce be I 1 I each breed. t man said yesterday. '
these symptoms." events featuring bulldogging calf a type demonstration of both Twenty-five Angus and FARrn&HOmI
TO Dr. Bennett's roping bull riding and bronc rid- Hereford and Angus breeds on ,, females and eight bulls have been I "The apiarists are performing
;i DELIVER THAT PACKAGE also provided the experiments USDA have ing as well as special acts in the judging day. Sept. 19. when W. B. i.'entered in that division while I, an important service by keeping FROZEN CUSTARD i
\ Deuverie I'atii: 1* P.M. quick method for testing with transmittal a- Webster arena during the past 15 McSpadden and Paul Swaffar. ,! Hereford entries include 28 females I colonies of bees working throughout EQUIPMENT i 1ACHI ERI! cd I
ORLANDO PARCEL DELIVERY of months. | southern field representatives for and 24 bulls and Brahman [I the area as pollinators of our

.. PHONE 7284 vance in tristeza.the research a significant program.ad- There are no modem hotels in : Angus and Hereford breed associations -I entries number 26. females and 30 crops" he said. COMPl.ETE LINE I INCORPORATED jI

"By using tiny two months old this community but private homesare respectively will type animals bulls. "If it were not for honey bees, 1|
seedlings and by grafting sweet being opened to the visitors from the two breeds. I Breeders participating by divisions we would have a hard time producing I TABLESCHAIRS E W. YANDKE Fret.
and the overflow will be taken care On the same day W. B. South are as follows: like "
tops do.
orange on sour orange roots crops we
ENLARGED FACILITIES j j ,
p'i Aberdeen-Angus-Holllng Wood Farm. CHAIRSBOOTHS 430 W. ROBINSON AVE. -;
T. Bcnre Too Better he was able to cut the time required of in nearby Bushnell. Wildwoodand well of the Coastal Experiment Maurice I.. Boilins., Crystal River; Hunta Among Central Florida fruit and : -
for symptoms of the disease Leesburg, according to T. No- Station at Tifton Ga., Hunt Hara Ranch. Fred H. Francis. St.
Our New Location vegetable crops that are benefited ,
(5 Alexander Place to appear from 18 months to bel Brown. Hereford and'' Brah- will judge the 63 classes whileon view Augustine Farm.: Lawson Walter P R.Riser Williams.Valrico Lakeland: Lake-: by pollination by honey bees in- Slade-Booth Show Case Co. PHONE 5791

ORLANDOTRANSFER less than two months." Dr. Gardner Saturday, Sept. 20. (.1( and Alton Simmons Plant City; Sun Lake elude citrus avocados pears'I 123 W. Central Phone 2-8271
Ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Louis I
said."Formerly. FFA judging contests will be Geraci. Lutz. !
in the heavier wetter soils of strawberries watermelons J j
& STORAGE CO. Brahman-J. A. Barthle and Sons. San cucum- I.
held with
when one-year-old; that region. youngsters from all Antonio: C. H. Seville. Bushnell: BentleyBrahnan I bers squash beans and '
TEL. Kit trees parts of Florida competing for Ranch. Inc.. Lake Alfred: Brown peppers
nursery were used the
experiments "We will study the growth survival i $250 in prizes. I and Mach. Webster: Durranre Ranch. I cpw peas.
took so long they 1 I Brighton; Heart-Bar Ranch Henry O Par- I'I'I
productivity and fruit < "Honey bees also are essential in
were a barrier to effective pro jualj i,j Truly a county undertaking, tin and Sons. Klssimmee; NorrU CattleCo.
-
ress. ity of trees grown on the various the Sumter show is sponsored by j ., Ocala; Polk Brahman Ranch Lamar production of seed crops such as ,
I rootstocks." Dr. Gardner said. I Beanchamo. Winter Haven: SaraotaChapter. clover and other legumes cabbages -! LUMBERBUILDING
"From, the standpoint of inves- the Florida Department of Agriculture FFA. Sarasota: Dave Sloan. Webster I
tigating methods of disease transmission "Many persons do not realize it, I Sumter County Cattlemen's ; Stockbridce and Blackwell. Sarasota; cauliflower collards omons'l
but In the citrus family there is Milton R. Thomas and Sons. Sarasota. carrots radishes and .
Assn. '
Sumter
,it is important that County Com-
symp Hereford-T. W. Brown. Webster R.
DIAPER SERVICE toms can be distinguished as soon practically an unlimited number |i mission. Webster Men's Civic Club Philip Burrill. Orlando: Circle LP Ranch. I agent added. j
of species. varieties and Herbert B. Dear Rich Springs: ConnellStock SUPPLIES
hybrids Florida
I as possible after inoculation with I and the Sumter County Farmer's bee population totals j
r B ssiatine Immediate Dsllvsry aU of which Farm. Ed L. Watkins. Inverness
PHONE 2-3357 the virus whether by budding or are potential rootstocks ,i" Market. Double L Ranch. L. T. Lmnaford. Plant more than 200,000 colonies j
by aphids." but have never been tested The last-named organization. a City; Florida Hereford Ranch. T. Noble which in a normal crop year I j
Dr. Bennett is located at the as such." j cooperative in providing much of Brown. Hill Webster; W.; J C.. Hooten.J. and Center Jr. Hoot..n.Center HilU. produce nearly 10i million I Oak Flooring Pine Flooring Siding 'Ceiling

Institute[ Agronomico in Campinas Tristeza originated in Africa and the financial backing and has A. L- Jackson. Gainesville: George Raw- pounds of ,cones and about a j S
RENTAL son. East Palatka' : Santa Fe River Ranch. Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Cord
TRAILERS Weights
has been carried by of built modem half-million pounds of wax. '
Brazil where he is working in cooperation way Java 1 a show arena and Mrs. T. D. Matthews, Alachua. i
with Brazilian researchmen to South America with resulting "But our Central Florida bees Sash locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing
((1T YOU in a four-fold program heavy damage to that continent's are many more times as valuable :
citrus groves. Whether or not it Probe Idea Studied !j for the of S Cabinets.
HAUL through which the USDA is attempting pollination crops that i
to: has already spread to the United I Per Capita Use The resolution adopted by the 1 they do while at the business of !

; pu'J..vzw. 1. Find early symptoms charac- States is a debatable point. recent Citrus Growers Institute at gathering honey for their And Many More Articles

: teristic of tristeza so that it can For several years California Baetzman said.A .
P. .n Camp McQuarrie asking the citrus h1ves."j
be recognized if it spreads to the growers have had to contend witha j
Boor day or week: bitefie*furnished United States. virus disease known there as Of Fruit RisesThe commission to investigate record number of PHilliPS'
FAIRBANKS TRAILER 2. Determine if there are other "quick' decline." which affects.i packing house practices which marriages were performed in the INDUSTRIES INC.PHONE .
-. SERVICE host.plants possibly some usedas trees in much the same way as lead to fruit decay was referredto United States last year. It was I ,
: Fairbanks Aye; and Clay St.'rJIIi cover crops that can carry the tristeza. but all the USDA and Dr. average American ate 64 the commission's research committee more than a half-million more 2-1229 MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL BT..
virus. Gardner will say is that it is "sim when it was presented last marriages than in 1945.
3. Study the transmission of the liar if not identical." pounds of fresh citrus during the week.

: : :: t. disease by insects. lie said there is an important I, 1946-47 season or 5 3-5 pounds The commission was urged to

4. Determine the susceptibility difference in the manner in more than last :year the U. S. Bureau study means to reduce blue mold
I We are entitled to or resistance of a great number of which tristeza is spreading in I of Agricultural Economics through improved handling of
'" S x a e t information potential citrus rootstocks. I fruit from tree to car and to pre-
I'' about property we in I "We have sent seeds of 150 different South America and quick decline reported yesterday in its National pare a digest of the best informa-
-' is in I
spreading
cure. You California.
are entitled to
.
complete insurance protec kinds of citrus trees with Food Situation.The tion on the subject for distribu- SHAWWALKERSTEEL
I lIon on the property you have more to follow for Dr. Bennett to "In Brazil tristeza has jumped gain over individual con- tion to growers and packers.
described. That IS exactly test." Dr. Gardner said. many miles from one grove to another -
"Those
what sumption last ;year was 9 The "cuatro-ojo.* "
you set when you insure that which would indicate as per or "four-eye.
are found to be
through us. tristeza will be resistant to Dr. Bennett has confirmed that cent. is a South American fish with eyes
planted in Floridato
determine their it is carried by an insect." he said. This was 131 per cent of the divided horizontally the upper
suitability
as California's quick decline however half for seeing in air. the lower
ULuanrGENERAL [ : rootstocks.Plantings will be has spread slowly in ever-- 1935-39: average of 48 4-5 pounds j half for water.PANGOLA.
made principally widening circles from the first but less than the 1944 high of
in the Indian River
INSURANCE where tristeza susceptiblesour section points of infection." I 67 4-5 pounds. i

IQILOUXCEAVL PHONE (189 orange is now used as a The danger of tristeza Is that it Citrus remained No.1 on the GRASS
.___rootstock because it grows best may gain headway before it is I I fruit menu of the United States FILES

----. -- recognized j, with only an average of 25 pounds PLANTS FOR SALE I

I "Decline from any source 1 of apples being eaten by individ- tl per bo. if you dig; $% per bn. I
whether from wet feet foot rot uals. The total of all other fruits l.o.b. Orlando if we dig. Special
CONTINENTAL 'Ii. ENGINES or other disease is so similar that was only 59 pounds. prices for larger quantities. -
: it may,,be difficult to tell when I' Canned juice consumption. I !
I we have tristeza" Dr. Gardner principally of citrus jumped 400 W. K. PRICE
Ac..Llns.. said. "This is particularly so in I,I per cent over pre-war averages, $4g.oo
:GaSaL nfAI areas where sour orange rootstock I i I but was only 93 per cent of the 246 s. Orange Fn. C38S : jiiipi
is used." Orlando, Fla. ,
| previous year.
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WELLS DRILLED II
AI Coith
Says: Sept. 14, 1947 Pre-war ,
ri;' anywhere quality :

A..u.w. F_ tt IN FLORIDA Right now is the best time to fertilize lawns. The recent heavy Best low-priced file with I
rains have carried good of the
away a portion available plant food, and
) I A GIQ 1.TURAL j I rt\\ Any size the grass needs a new supply to bring back the rich green color which roller-bearing slides

.- nmtSTRwe IWIIE J Ui I depth-for-Any; makes a lawn really attractive. 'Fertilizer applied HOW that the rains Non-slip follower in drawer .

;: and TRANSPflTATI J j I 1 for Home Groveor are not so heavy, should carry the lawn through the winter. Another
advantage of fertilizing at this time is that the
ISO.nIa wtlI I I Commercial weeds are aboutthrough Attractive baked enamel
: phte.......prsi5is I use. growing; so that the stimulated grass will crowd into the space that the Olive Green finish
----r___ I Li' weeds have been occupying.It .

T.eM a.. Belt...._y We guarantee I The
famous
Ia--t ..... is an excellent time to dig the weeds out of lawn so that Shaw-Walker
your
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the take all available "Built like I
a .idetl.s sI4 be ::.the I II I ective.grass may over space while the weeds are not I a Skyscraper"allwelded l' f iii I

.... F_ F_ Nojsbtoo construction I, t1IlIIli

AftIII.-w. hit -saIie..._..........e1T4L end large small or too Magic We Bloom have, an Organo.hand several Vitigin brands and a of special fertilizers law-.such and as shrubbery Yigoro. Letter and Legal sizes tIlli!$ I ,-Bull Skpecpe'II Ld..a

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caJ'JI Ratae. ......w fertilizer. LIi t ill -

-__I%_ f S .-U K D RAE bftew totabfm We have the best Gladiolus bulbs we have ever had, and now is CHECK/WITH ,
--i- 300MLOM Nine ._.hacM the time to plant them.ORLANDO.
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.-.;i: ;!:. !: are The drifting men back who to keep the tab State on in the preparation Florida citrus for the industry opening Corn Becomes New King in Okeechobee Area I I


l' of the new season late this
,: month or early in October '

H. M. Riley, supervising inspector for the U. S. De-: Amazing Yields Orlando, Florida, September 14, 1947 Eh* lyrmtog 'rutrarl- >tar Page 29

-. partment of Agriculture at the Citrus Inspection Bureau Condition

l. in Winter Haven. Is due back today --- Crop
-
from Macon. Ga. where he Outlook JIr.' T : '
Crop I Seminole Sets ;.;... ,
} : Veteran Plans has spent the Summer inspecting Spur Plantings ; '
: : -* .
etables.peaches and other fruits and veg- i For Volusia : .' ;. Reported CleanFlorida's

; "-l. ;
: George E. Copeland. chief (Special to The S..icrSen', &!-Star: ; wsst. ,..-.. ,:,.

; Citrus Career he State did inspector not expect said any shipments yesterday I BELLE GLADE-Corn to compete Seen BrightSpe First Celery new citrus crop was

with cornbelt States such
: before Oct. 1 and that he had i as said to be "exceptionally clean by
f made no arrangements as jet I Iowa. Illinois and Nebraska that's [ : -:' to The Sunooy ntnel-Stor; 1 ] .Br MAYME HODGKINOur ."""" J C. Townsend and J. B. Owens,
[5Jeo; :! to The SjiviSent: 'ne!-Star] for the pre-season classes he :: the latest agricultural develop- DELANO-Despite the damaging ( Own Staff Correspondent
statisticians, in the
GAINESVILLE generally holds for field freeze of last Winter. Volusia SANFORD-The first of Seminole
-
i Army Air supervisors tion on the southern rim of Lake -i--iI'
and inspectors. County'S citrus crop for the com County celery was set last S Department of Agriculture's
Forces veteran of 60
missions in Okechobee. ing season is expected to be exceptionally -
J Arthur R Pobjecky In chargeof week, though on a small scale at crop report.
the Asiatic Theater during World the Winter Haven field officeof les, 100 bushels of field corn good according to W. ; present. mostly in 10or 20-acre(

: War II is graduating this week the USDA's Processed Foods to the acre', and two crops per J. Platt Jr., Volusia County agent. areas. First was set by C. A. Hinton They reported yesterday the
fruit is free from
generally rust
I year-that's what the Everglades I \\tule there will not be a Chase and Co. and M.
j from the University of Florida I Division was in his office last out.I I bumper crop this Platt : L. Cul- melanose and other rations -
farmers have worked year. lum
College of Agriculture and is going he week did from not a expect vacation any real He said activity -I since the release of a new type said"I believe that just as manS' i )However the majority of other this Tear.

a into citrus production work, in his office before Nov. 1. of hybrid corn developed by the boxes of fruit will be sold because i celery growers spent the weekin "Despite being a month late in

lie is David P. Nunn and he I Another Federal man who returned Florida Everglades Experiment I the fruit will"average a preparing the land for plants general blooming, this year's sizes
Station! They call this new larger size this year. and working seedbeds.
during the week on Big
is to live was
at
going Ki&simmee '
He indicated I are nearly as large as last accord-
that favorable
Park. where he plans to ; II F. Willson. head of the Fed- corn "Big Joe. plantings will begin this week it
citrus ,in his small grove produce eral-State Market News Service, With corn selling on the ChiJ J weather conditions and plenty of is believed. Ing to preliminary frame count

and to do grove caretaklng work office in Lakeland. lie spent the cago market recently at well over moisture during the Summer I Perry Whitehurst of Sanford- measurements," they said.

for other groers.S Summer in Spartanburg, S. C.. $2.50 per bushel, and apparently ]would probably result in somewhat Oviedo Truck Growers said yester- I They reported August moisture
earlier
I where he worked on the peach headed upwards, the enthusiasmof maturity than last year. day that this has been an ideal conditions were favorable and that
Having majored in citrus and i crop. these Glades corn growers has The external quality of the season for cover crops. The mi I' the condition of oranges Sept. 1

animal industry in the College of-' Willson was engaged last week become boundless. "A hundred fruit may be affected by more merous rains have made fine j rose two to four points over Aug

Agriculture he is more interested in preparing his citrus market- 'bushels to the acre multiplied by ;scale and melanose than last year. crops and they are now turned orfl 1 of 68 per cent of a full crop but
ing summary of the 1946-47 season two thats "But on the whole, these have being turned under to furnish :,
crops- $500 gross per food, was still 12 to 14 points under that
In these two phases of agriculture : and expects to have it ready for acre per annum-beats bean farming been controlled" by citrus men toa and moisture to the new plants cj R: of a year ago.

than in other lines. release in about a month. all hollow!" is how one corn great extent, he said. Some growers are going to hold oU
.i Nunn a native of Winter Haven grower puts it. Far more apparent damage is planting for a while longer. Pres. I The condition of tangerines at
:
O'Reilly Takes Post I Until recently. Everglades field being' done by grumosis. which' W. A. Leffler of Chase and Co.. 66 per cent was six less, and

was living in Orlando when he J E. O'Reilly, new assistant ad- corn production was slowed by the J causes splitting and cracking of said. because of some anxiety that grapefruit at 68 per cent equalled -
joined the Air Forces. He was vertising director of the Florida fact that corn had to be harvested the bark. This has been caused ,' usual September storms might be last year's condition."A >> .

awarded four battle stars the Citrus Commission has arrived at with a moisture content of 25:) to by' over-fertilizing the trees excessive damaging few cars of grapef:tut are expected -

American Defense ribbon and Dis- the commission's headquarters in 30 per cent halting any big ex- weather rain and the previous cold Mgr. H. J. Lehman at the State' to move possibly the last

tincuiafeed Unit and Lakeland and. like many another pansion of production. .But now Anew Farmer's Market reported that week of September, but It will be
Meritorious
i newcomer, is hunting for a houseor dehydrating plant at South So far Platt reports. very lit- business is slow there, with but a well into October before any: volume -

Service badgesHernando's. an apartment. i Bay will process the farmer's corn tie"Given red scale has been noticed. i few tomatoes peaches and a small ARMFUL OF HORSE-Joy Parker, 10, daughter of Mr and is attained." Townsend. and
O'Reilly has been the commission's -1 I and buy it if he wishes to sell. a good break in prices amount of local beans going Owens said.S4FETY. -
Mrs T P Parker Texas holds Bit believed
( Arlington Tiny
dealer service representative The result is corn as dry as any, I this season and leaving out the : through. He expects business will ,
Feed in Chicago for several years. He ;, and of quality equal to anything, cold weather the citrus men i pick up in about three weeks he one of the smallest Shetland ponies on record He weighed :

was named assistant to Don Butts, grown anywhere. In fact. expeJii ; : throughout the county should said. 10 pounds at birth CP TO PARENTS
Crops Successful advertising and sales promotion i ment station analyses indicate : :have a very profitable crop" Platt : E. S. Rjdholm a construction I MADISON. Wis. (UP] It is now
concluded. > against the law to firewoiksin
by the commission use
manager Sept. '
Everglades corn is two per cent : engineer of the Agriculture/-
[tsp- t:: Trv r' n-ky Sen',op'!-Star] 3, richer in protein per unit than partment. came last week with J NOTES ON GROWER AND SHIPPER 'ACTIVITY any part of the State. Parents

BROOKSVrLLE Hernando Thiourea StudiedDr. i I Iowa corn, after drying. I NEW EQUIPMENT | a crew from Plant City and L. I come under the new law. They can
be held liable if
their
QUINCY
I fry
Gadsden
County young
County's feed crops are turning out L. G. MacDowell, research j I Vegetable production in the ,I ]home demonstration club mem- A.Considerable Sampley repairs head carpenter.are "being i' Avocado Harvest I sneak off and fire a couple of

better than was originally expect- director for the Florida Citrus ly Everglades reduced is by likely the to corn be &TeatI. ]bers are well pleased with the new made replacing floor timbers Begins July 4 blasts.

ed with velvet beans and fertilized Commission. made a quick trip to crop.Grosers ,electric refrigerator stove and hot and other work.
of beans cabbage, cdI -
Washington last week to confer water tank that were installed in The market Soil conservation specialists say
com producing particularlywell with Federal Pure Food and Drug I try and such vegetables have j the county canning center here recently meet advisory committeewill it takes approximately 100 years
Monday to
according to County Agent Administration officials on thucommission's I I had last two a series seasons of disasters due to floods in the. according to Miss Elise officers and to make allotment select new of In West Orange Section to add one inch of topsoil to the

Harry J. Brinkley. thiourea toxicity re-I Lafitte, home agentBlack stalls. land.
search. i! frosts disease and just plaiYi

The county agent also reported Thiourea Is organic chemIcal I( low prices coupled with high I i iI I ---, The avocado harvest is on at Winter Garden and trees
an -
turning in a co-operative order for j, production costs. So they welcome WE ARE
which the citrus industry are bearing an unusually heavy of good-sized avocados AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS FOR
25 tons of fertilizer recently Mostof i a new crop which: can be I IIi crop .
R
the fertilizer will be used on t hopes to use to prevent fruit de- produced entirely by machinery. Fly Alarms which show fine appearance and fla\or Most of the Rraair ge Wcldina MuiMiMnt and

pastures.Through the cooperativeorder cay. I II I!Ii Approximately l.80 acres of I "tonnage" is being handled by C L. Eby, who operates e Aortyten 5.15plS and Electric Arc Wridin

farmers saved a tidy sumS I Experiments sponsored by the 1 "Big Joe" corn are being planted iI on the Orlando Wholesale Produce Market Eby estimates W Min.. Cutting G.... and Carbtd
on the purchase.It commission in cooperationith NATIONAL GASES *
the Goodyear Tire and Rubber I!1 by a single organization at pres- j Western GrowersNorthern total production may be 400 J WELDING SUPPlIEs
I Co. have shown that monkeys will ent Individual farmers are plantIng i bushels this year at Winter Garden S1J BrooUavea Dr. Ph. Z-IC3S
is important to 100 to 200 each. plies of fancy sweet potatoes
bury deeplyor tolerate at least 10 times the high- acres or more from scattered trees, but
burn carcases of animals or I' Planting dates for the Fall crops points out that "despite the comparatively shipped here by motor truck.
: est amount of thiourea likely to be
poultry that, die on the farm. If encountered by humans if it is are Aug 15 to Sept. 15. For the advances of the destructive Mexican citrus .: small size of this croP. Variety Featured
this is ont done disease may ,used on fruit. Summer crop planting will be black fly are alarming growers in California and Arizona, there are undoubtedly possibilitiesfor Open Monday EveningEWARREN'S
spread through the herd or flock done between Feb. 15 and March who are demanding first-hand investigation Government increased avocado production Vegetables and fruits offered'
by
and cause' heavy losses. Agricul- Busy Week Ahead 15. entomologists to check the-encroachment. in the area." during the past few days at Or- '

ture Extension Service warns. I' Lakeland will be the scene of This allows two bumper crops lando Wholesale Produce Market
The black fly has been observed only 270 miles Most of the Winter Garden ;
per year the corn farmers say.I south
I several citrus meetings during the I avocadoes' are seedlings, with a -one of the most modem of itsj i Winter Pork Phone 68
Iowa can only of the ,
coming week. On Tuesday the I grow one croPandI Arizona border at the railroad -,] few hybrids such as Trapps
Growers Administrative and Ship- I this year failed to do even that- junction of type in the South-included fancy
I I Empalme, Mex Lulus and Booths thrown in.
and in addition costs of production Elberta from the !
will peaches mountains -
Advisory Committees
pers Louisiana
BarsFlorida with reports showing the pest Trees came through last Win-
rapIdly
are said to be somewhat lower of '
Kentucky and Pennsylvania -
meet at 10 am. and the Florida ,I ter's cold spells considerably bet-
China Glass Pottery. Lamps ,'
in the moving northward during the
Citrus Commission 'will meet at I Everglades than in corn- ter than trees did down in the ; apples from Virginia and
and Giftware
1:30 On Wednesday an- belt States. past year. :the Carolina mountains: sweet
t : pjnv I
southern tip of Florida, Eby reports -
i nual meeting of the Florida Citrus All this is being closely watched Harry S. gmith citrus experiment -hence the fine yield per I potatoes from South Georgia: avo- Open Stock Dinner Ware

:?T Dry Framing MASOVS:' Producers Trade Assn. will be held I by growers, land owners, buyers of i Trees station entomologist and tree here at present cadoes mostly from Winter Gar- Service for 6, $7.85 up
at 2 pjn. |j, Winter vegetables who represent den; limes from local growers;
;'I I TROWELS i produce firms in the North horticulturists R. B. Woglum of the California The Whiter Garden avocado onions from Colorado, Idaho and THE CHINA MART

:: i Sheathing; 35c up promoters and almost I (Spe: ';' to The Sunday: Sent ne!.Star] Fruit Growers Exchange travel- crop is being "gobbled up" by I Texas, fancy string beans and motu
Farm Animal Grooming' Orlando dealers who save thereby; N. Orasfe Are. Telwa-mt
i i every one else. The ramie crop GAINESVILLE Florida extra fancy limes from North
t' Siding; BUBBERFLOVTS / of the Everglades has already nur- ing by automobile along the West on freight which would apply on Carolina's mountain country near

< Importance Stressed I taken second position to corn servmen who intend to ship citrus' Coast of Mexico have verified the pears shipped in from more distant -|i Hendersonville; crowder peas i LOWER If It's BasSist

:; Finish 185 Regular and thorough groomingof when it comes to acreage, and the trees into Louisiana will be required I course of the pest to the present; points. More than one operator ,from Tlfton. Ga.; fancy yellow I COST .5 TiSIS Ws

-;-- the horse or mule is important end is not yet farmers declare to obtain a special permit danger spot at Empalme. has' on the market the belief at that Orlando .'squash from Ocala and South LOANS ;! liit ?
expressed avocado -
waste that I Georgia tomatoes from New York
because it removes body I enthusiastically.In ;
from the Louisiana State entomol- I anting that "establish- production on the southern;! I
r OAK FLOORING: has been execreted through the fact of the an State, cabbage and Golden Ban-
some
skin. stimulates and ersults in corn ogist, W. E. Anderson Baton ment of the pest in this area run of Lake Apopka might will tam'sweetcorn from the Carolina Installment us. -
foresee
thousands
. and Save by about using$100 BRUCE.00 per Factory thous- proper functioning of the tiny oil I of men field corn in this country of acres each Rouge La., according to Corn- would increase cost of produc- be times.multiplied a hundred or more j. highlands. grapes from California. 'I''Otpt. 4th Floor G
i tion
glands at the base of the hair I! season to help diversify the agricultural Arthur C. Brown of the Florida through augmented programs Within a few weeks Florida-grown
Finished the | FIRST NATIONAL
Flooring. It costs RANK
of The Winter Garden avocado
pest control the Citrus vegetables will replace much of :
tame as most unfinished OAK and sores helps on to the prevent body.developmentof Agriculture I of picture Everglades and farmers.add to incomes ,i State Plant Board. ,I I Leaves California trade; publication I I trees seedlings. which withstood the produce from out-of-State operators -: Utmbtt r.knl Depailt lam UK* Cpi
FLOORING. In recent letter to Com. last Februarys low temperaturesare
a urged quirk action to said.
Extension Service points out. '
With Florida importing from I check the northward movement far more tender than the I
I Brown Anderson explained that First pepper plants of the sea- FRANK
I cornbelt and other States many of the fly. I Mexican and hybrid types which I,
to into the field Win-
son at
enforcement of go
: We have trainloads of corn each for'' the permit require-
9 a Output year have been developed by Florida
: r3 Leghorn Egg I poultry and livestock feeds and ment is necessary as a precaution The citrus black fly was first I!I, horticulturists in recent years. It ter Garden, were set recently by : CREBS ,
against entry of "quick decline" found in Mexico in 1935. and although C J. Tilden a leading grower
fufl&com- Decline Pointed Out : for cornbread and "grits" for the is believed considerable interest in
of '; human population, the market for a disease present In Californiaand a counter-parasite was introduced avocado production: is going to there. Realtor -
production I
I The second-year Florida-grown corn is believed to responsible for the death of in 1943 which destroyed result around Winter Garden because Planting Launched
I ,
85per '
80 to I
is from
II I pete! line Leghorns usually virtually unlimited, despite the orange trees growing on sour 64 per cent of the fly. this did not I. of the particularly fine output I CrtlfMProperty
I cent of the pullet year's lay. ; Escarole and endive plants were
I 1 vastness of the Everglades muck- orange roots. prevent the pest from maintainingitself i of quality avocados there this Manager
: of builders A flock average of 200 eggs from lands which seem ideally suited Florida nurserymen' should in a high level of abundance ; month. set to the field at Winter Gar- I M Yar* ExHrtoM -
I Leghorn pullets usually is followedin den starting around Sept. 12 by (07 Hftuif 8141.! '
to and doing serious damage to host : I
I corn growing Farmers think experience no difficulties in obtaining -
the second year by an averageof trees. Reporting Resumes I C. L. Eby Winter Garden vege- I Man 2.1718
hardware. their dehydrated corn will like the permits
: about 170 Agricultural go as "quickdecline" I table crop grower. starting; the
eggs.
Extension Service reports. hot cakes for many years to come. is not known to be In and about the Los Mochis I Vegetable crop reports from U. 'cool weather" crop deals in that THIS WEEK'S STAR' LISTING
< In one area at present 18 trac- present in this State. Mr. Brown area where the fly was first reported ': S. Department of Agriculture's Or- area it was learned by the Sen "
tors are working seven days a said. three years ago. no citrus i lando bureau of crop estimates i tinel-Star agricultural Princeton 507 W. ccncpletely:
i Lawnmowers Cello Siding: Spraying Treatment week using lights at night. pre- I Nurserymen who are interested I tree was seen which was not infested : will be resumed right around the a tour of the area during reporter the on { furnished 2-todroom frame
: I I bungalow built Sa IMS.
$19.95 to The perfect paring land for a thousand acres I in the new Louisiana regulationmay I heavily. 'I middle of October, according to' early part of the past week. '
Effective
i .
r.p I board for Reported of field corn Planting is being J. B. Owens Uncle Sam's well and
obtain further information: by : The Infestations believed I If'
!. ;; $25.95 exterior use Spraying the interior of a doghouse carried on at the rate of 125 acres I, are favorably known vegetable crop i ,
writing to J. C. Goodwin State to be one of the most severe and
,. iirdea with five per cent DDT a day there. Five mechanical I'f'reporter who has just recently :
I i AUJ Is."d lie sq.ft. emulsion solution and dustingthe I com pickers, such as are used by I Nursery Inspector.' Gainesville. destructive of any insect ever returned to Orlando from Mary- :
Fla. citrus trees. Thousandsof
dog's bedding with five per Iowa corn farmers are already I I seen flies on have been observed on ', land and other points. :' YALE

cent DDT dust have been found here and have been used successfully single tree. I' J. Charles Townsend Jr.. head
I Moke those additions and effective in controlling fleas and I on earlier crops, while ex- l role in all this development work. a of the bureau recently returned I

repairs and pay a email other pests. Agricultural Extension ''periments; were being carried on. i So have the scientists at the Everglades No evidence of the fly has been from South Carolina indicates .
I Service advises. I It is reported one single firm I Experiment Station east of 1 found north of Empalme so far.j the annual U. S. citrus esti-
; amount each month. will plant 5.000 acres of "Big Joe" : Belle Glade. So have individual American entomologists believe mate can be looked for about BUILDERS' :

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ir nnllJY &ntttnrl- liir Orlando, Florida, September 14, 1947 Marine's To Get New York Rabbi i To Assist





a.K y\ Cash for Leave :I i Holy Day Services HereRabbi



I_ J I Terminal leave for marines will Myren Weingarten. of New York City, will assist -

be abolished and lump sum payments Rabbi Morris A. Skop at the High Holy Day serviceat

substituted therefor effective Congregation Ohev Shalom tonight at sundown. It will

Sept. 30, Capt. G. T. Armi- mark the beginning of the religious period of personal in-

tage officer in charge of Marine ventoty and 10 days of solemn repentance.Meyer .

recruiting in Florida announcedhere Shader, noted Orlando *
yesterday. i baritone, and the Rev. I*. Nobel |
Capt. Armitage said that under will chant the ancient ritual and Writ Frees Stout
!
.. t3 the provisions of a recently officiate at the blowing of the j I
passed amendment to the Armed : ram's horn called the Shofar in i Of Check Charge
Forces Leave Act enlisted men the Bible. i j
will receive a lump sum paymentin Tonight will mark the year 5708 i
lieu of terminal leave now of the Jewish religious calendar.The After Jail StayA

liven them.Under holiday known as Rosh Hash-
the present system, an anah will start a cycle of three writ of habeas corpus freeing
enlisted man has to be sent on weeks of solemn religious observ- Roy C. Stout World War I veteran -
actual leave sufficiently ahead of ances. Services will be conductedon after 62 days in County Jail
j his discharge date to use up whatever Monday and Tuesday and will on a bad check charge was issued
leave he may have accrued I culminate in the Day of Atonement ''i i yesterday by Circuit Judge Frank

during his enlistment. At the com- an all-day fast called Yom : A. South.

pletion of this terminal leave, his Kippur. in which the Jewish )people Stout's attorney Jackson A.
discharge is mailed'to him spend the entire day in prayer Car gill, who argued that the war-
rs \ 3a Capt. Armitage said that under and study in the Synagogue.The rant was defective, said he did not
the new ruling a man would re- closing festivals will include believe a new one would be sought
main on active duty up until the the Feast of Tabernacles because of an agreement reached
normal date of discharge at which and the Festival of the Scrolls, Thursday under which he will
time he would receive his discharge when the Jewish people will complete seek to secure a pension payment

; papers and whatever amount was the reading; of the Bible delay in receipt of which was
,Idue him for unused leave. and start again with the chapter blamed by Stout for his troubles.

I j I of Genesis. These started when A A.
I The Orlando congregation is Thompson cashed a $40 check for
: b V1 Windermere School I i I unique in the United States in Stout in a Pine Castle bar. Under
'that Jewish worshippers of the the agreement both Thompsonand
Has New Cafeteria Orthodox. Conservative, and Re- costs of the cise. including
;: form denominations attend simultaneous SI for
I each day Stout
Windermere S csh 001 1, which spent in
opened this week with an enrollment services in the mac ; jail will be paid when the check
synagogue. is
of 45 students, boasts a modern received.

completely-equipped cafe
The average American uses more Americans borrow some 500 mi1-
teria. completed just in time for than
eight pencils a year.: lion books a from
the beginning of school. Mrs. year libraries

Keith Abele is supervisor of the I j

lunchroom. .|
I s 1 / I The school's P-TO held its first '

u ; meeting Wednesday and elected
e : ; the following offices: Mrs. FrankW. f Ji
a. Chase, president: Mrs. Fran- J

cis L. Seidner vice-president; Mrs.

James Anderson secretary; Mrs.A. .
M. Nabors treasurer and Mrs. j; l
James B. Dyer, chairman of the !'
entertainment committee. Plans :
II III
were made for a father's night in
I
III November and the appointment :
of a new teacher, John A, Stan- .J

I 1 I berry was announced.


I II I Pine Castle News

PINECASTLE-Mrs. A. E. Jor-

HOLL YVOODVITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS I gensen and daughter Brenda have
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I Mrs.Watson Named Rail Strike CostlyTo (returned from Orange Memorial I(

i Hospital. I Stotts I

Teacher at Webber Steel is Ended i Mrs. Annie Lee Smith left Friday -
J Film Capital Men Under Fire 1 for Chattanooga to visit her ''TODAY \
1 Mrs. John T. Watson, 41 N. PITI'SBURGH-APJ-A strike son. aOY
Regular monthly.meeting of the
Glenwood Are., has been named which idled more than 18,000 and
\ professor of retailing at Webber I j By LOUELLA O. PARSONS lants brought a storm of comment cost enough steel production to r, Wesley Bible Class has been postponed
; College Babson Park it was announced from the various Hollywood men I from Tuesday to the reg- At
HOLLYWOOD-Joan Caulfield Y
{ build 64,000 automobiles ended ular date in October.
I
yesterday by Paul C. i who take her places. Every timeI
j startled the natives when she said r j John Wilson, patient in the
executive yesterday as inter-plant railroad
Stanke.. vice-president. meet one of them we have an lAPON
I 4; former member of the faculty -j on my broadcast a few weeks ago argument "does Joan really II workers in Carnegie-Illinois Steel '[Orange Memorial Hospital, has
returned
to his home.
: of the Babson Park college, i that she thought there was a think the Hollywood men are 9 9f 9i Corp. district mills returned to Pine Castle Women's Club will
j
said: to be the first non-profit 1 great difference between New ; rude?" they ask me. "She does oft
Institution 1 work. I r meet Thursday at 10:30: for an
to prepare young women indeed. I tell them.Joan's .
i York and. Hollywood men. Our .all-day sewing on articles for the
I The 1,800 railroad workers Song
; ;for business life, Mrs. Watson | criticism hasn't made
glamor boys in Hollywood Joan members of two railroad brother- | bazaar. There will be a covered
'. wasi i educated at Florida State any difference with her dates. I '
dish lunch
j College for Women and the Prince opined, are spoiled and are con- 'might say she wouldn't have a i hoods and employes of the union Women's at Society noon. of Christian
; of Retailing Simmons College -' free if she didn't it. railroad which does inter-plant | t w
School tinually putting a girl on the spot. evening want for Service met Thursday in the parish -
the
: }t. I She's invited to dinner to dance, hauling big steel firm 6 1L kfta
"Even when right
you're they manned their trains again with house. Mrs. E. W. Roe, presided e tVTy
t persuade you you're wrOng" said to go to the theater and the boys wage boost. Both Union Railroadand a ,i! with Mrs. Annie Lee Smith lit C pre Shcl.o
: don't seem, to care a whit about 1:
I Corn.plants transpire about 5- Joan. Believe me.,. r, Carnegie-Illinois Steel are having devotionals. y IN'afro'
000 pounds of moisture while pro- it took a lot of' her frankness over their impolite U.S. Steel subsidiaries. I October meeting will, be an all-
ducjnff a bushel of grain. courage for Joan! : conduct. I day affair in observance of a
i to stick out her I Perhaps I had better say there I week of prayer. Attending the

-' neck like that, was a smile on her face and a Three to Attend '{, meeting were the Mmes. Roe, Wilioughby. La'i1 Gale, C.tiGrs
ABC for she's one of gleam in her eye when she said: | Shackelton, Charles Ir'

DIAPER SERVICE the prettiest girls! "The Hollywood swains come late Shippers' MeetingThree ,Badle, Gould, Carrie More Z. H. f r+ ,
who ever came'+ to take you to dinner-when you 'Smith. Florence Totten, J. J.
New Accounts and Future to Hollywood,- go to a cocktail party with them Orlandoans plan to attend Wills,Annie Lee Smith. Norton.
servatlons Are Solicited and she has more they give you a quick Introduction the 79th meeting of the C. C. Blair H. J. Lesser G. H.
J. Telephone .to the hostess and then Padgett. R. E. Thompson and
I 2-117 attention from, wan- Southeast Shippers Advisory Board ; C. f
LANDO WINTER' PARS the eligible male; der off with some pal leavingyou which will be held in Atlanta :JJ. Sweet. The birthday of Mrs.

< contingent than stranded.In Thursday, according to word received {Annie Lee Smith was honored '
It _- -- i almost any of Louella Parsons New York the men really JOAN CAULFIELD from that city yesterday. I with a lovely birthday cake and + 1 row

i the other unhampered un- feel it is a privilege to take .you irks the boys. I I They are John A. O'Rourke, gifts and cards who cut the cake Ofrm 12 4Tkt .; M
II shackeled families in our city.i places, and are very auenuve.-:: executive secretary Growers and I which was served with fruit hrlN{
,i .Her comparison of the Holly- Here in Hollywood our escorts are I Shippers League of Florida and punch. It was decided to hold mwf fejciaetmf, MIBCRSC' I c d,awe
wood men to the New York gal- so spoiled they feel they are do- New York Rabbi chairman of the Southeast board's the Christmas Bazaar Dec. 5 in ytu'x see. in wenths'
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ing you an honor to take the parish house.
you : fresh fruits and vegetables com DICK EVELYNPOWELL'KEYES
out:' I mittee E. G. traffic I! G. S. Bowstead is returning today -
; Kirtley. man-
Here for !
t !r PICTURE FRAMING I Holy Day from the North.
Cameron & Barkley Co. and 1
ager. ;
That
brought; a laugh, for i The Youth Fellowship held a .
Orlando's Picture Training Only Exclusive Shop Joan is one of the prettiest I I Rabbi Myron Weingarten, New I, Kenneth O. Winjum traffic man- banquet in the parish house Friday -

Excellent Work Reasonable PricesHASSLER'S i, girls in our town of beautiful t I York City is in Orlando to assist ager. Dr. P. Phillips Co. I with about 40 in attendance.
I women. She has vt'n. white |! Miss Mary Hubbard of Orlando
I
j Rabbi Morris A. Skop of the Congregation -
FRAME SHOP
4 I teeth, big blue eyes and a complexion j I I Red Men Meet Tuesday j I and counselor of the district MYF.
Vivian Sassier, Owner that cosmetic firm Ohev Shalom during the 'I
Ernest
1< any j I Red Men of Econlockhatchee was speaker, McCorkle
1t :1 < 228 S. Orange Ave. would like to use to advertise j i j,High Holy Day services which begin ,i Tribe No. 23 will hold their reg- ,j master of ceremonies. Miss

Q its wares.She for the Jewish people today at ular meeting at Fraternal Hall at Gay Hoffner chairman of the dee

has had a career that j:sundown. f i 8:30: p.m. Tuesday. Action for the prating, committee and Miss Ginger
YOUNG TURKEYS ; Wham was in charge of the ( 4r IYnf I Iyej
could easily belong to a fictional I j The Rev. P. Nobel and Meyer reception of the Great Chief, Wal- i ,
committee.The
8 "Tk. T. d..at Hut YMTII Ew Eat" heroine. She has been in Holly- Shader Orlando baritone will ter H. Brown Miami in October ticket seUing
Maitland Turkey Gardens wood exactly three years. She I'chant the ancient ritual and the will be taken and a number of Annie Willoughby Circle
will meet at noon Thursday for a
:: 3 Miles East of 17-92 at Maitlandon came here from the stag Her : readings from the holy scrolls palefaces will be obligated. monthly luncheon and business
..w Maitland-Goldenrod Road first picture. Miss Susie .Slagle's, containing the Five Books of I meeting at the home of Mrs. H.
I Visitors Welcome tPut-1311-M Phone 13i- for Paramount didn't kindle any Moses. Dobbs Servng in Japan A. McGill.

great fires. She was just another' I I S-Egt. Donald L. Dobbs of Orlando Evening services will start to
pretty girl. I thought. ; EDUCATOR DIES I is serving with the 15th the Methodist Church today at
Dozen the
"I ne on I i Then she was put into Blue PRINCETON. N. J. IAPJ Dr. I Quartermaster Troop. First Cavalry 7:30: pm.WaIter. / (I ,
i It Shell" i Skies with Bing Crosby. It was William Gillespie 76. professor Division, in the occupation of "owlNC +sh
t. : it eon a smash hit. and she sang and I j' emeritus of mathematics at 1 the Tokyo-Yokohama area, ac- Johnson pitched 5525 w14
danced and almost over night was Princeton, died yesterday. i cording to word from Japan. i innings in his 21 year career. "shOt lA T6 ds r
recognized. Then in Monsieur 9
OYSTER LO I ------- Miss
t Beaucaire she had no less a per- Pifyr M ,
I lOW e son than Robert Hope to make OPPORTUNITY OFFERED MOTORISTS TO FIND DEFECTS I "Shpd'" ,

J : HOUSE. Showing love to her.Verily w

the little girl who wentto ire "'QrI" '
Men'
: 360 tt.ORANGE Jimmy Stewart IJJJ :New York as a model has Auto Checking Begins Here TomorrowOrlando p.e'ay

Air come along fast. And now with
7:A L-U Conditioned P.M. -. 7 Day Open a Week "IT'S A WONDERFUL i iLIFE" + Dear Ruth her own picture she A .

'. FBESH! SELECT I' is firmly established as one of Orlando motorists were urged I j This is a wonderful opportunity are in need, of repair because of
NEW ORLEANS '
OtsTEKS Paramount's top actresses. yesterday to take.advantage of the for all motorists to have the de- small defects motorists are ERS I sr
;. AT OCK OYSTER BAR With Donna
i I: Lionel Barrymore"t Reed I interviewed her when she opportunity to have their cars 'fects' of their cars checked without ; urged to take advantage of this = Rt
Try Our Business Men's Special first arrived in Hollywood three charge so that they can have opportunity."The -
|: Served Daily years ago. Then she was very checked for defects free of charge them repaired arid thereby prevent "j JayCees make no recommendation -
I j f shy and with very little to say. ; in the checking lanes to ,be open | a possible accident. Reggie }I as to what garage repairs _
-- ,J Now she has many ideas and all all this week on W. LivingstonAve. 1 Moffat chairman of the JayCee ;j should be made at. The w MI eb Ql
I of them original. She's becoming I ., near the City Auditorium j safety committee said. choice of a garage is left to the de"

I JUST TWO MORE i a brilliant conversationalist an t under the sponsorship of the j "The JayCees hope to make individual. It is the' object of er GLiE Q aRRe f1
DAYSTO attractive woman and a gal the ] Junior Chamber Commerce. i this an annual affair and a part |I the JayCees to inform operators of : St
: boys in Hollywood all vie to takeout Inspections of all autos will be of its safety program. With so the defects in the hope that they >' mF N 1

ENROLL-. even though she has things made _by expert mechanics from i|, many cars on the highways that will be repaired. p tie'I I e+4 t
j For the Tuesday Night Adult I! to say about them. garages. A i

PUBLIC SPEAKING CLASS she was born Joan Beatrice fc Lanes will open at 9:30 a.m., I Dance to the brand new music of
I Caulfield. and her father was a
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daily-Monday through Satur-
: HAL KING SAMMY GOBLE Cr his orchestra
.. Salesmanship Instructor businessman in New York City day-and close at 6 p.m. .
t Writing a Speech Making with sufficient means to give hera Items to be checked include I TOXITE 8:30-1 P. M.
good education. She went to
I
Microphone TechniquePatricia proper headlight adjustment rear '
both private and parochial schools j I' view mirror brakes steering gear 'I LAKESIDE PARK
; and studied dramatic art. 1
I Bryant Studio i muffler windshield wipers glass !
,. Speech Her beauty at first was a handicap springs and stop lights. 2H Miles South of Orlando OB Old Dixie HifhwayDINING

j I I because producers insisted ] Also through the co-operation I i 1
Address '
i 1221H N. Orange Ave. a girl with a face like that certainly -: "
of the 14th Air
Force re-action 0
i Phone %-437
I Afternoon or Evening could never act. But she tester will be available to test the I ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS
I sings and dances and in the three ;,
4DL17
speed in which a car can be U :
she's climbed by I2lor
years rung rung stopped at various speeds. It
i l! Gag DUCK IN 3971 S. Orange up the ladder until she has really measures the time it takes a per I EL PATIO
Starling's I demonstrated her ability to play
Picnics
; ; Blossom Trail son to move the foot from the accelerator Barbecues
We serve the came delicious foods from I both dramatic parts as well: as '
noon UU 6 thai to the brake.
; 'i I French you set during the evening "lighter musical comedy roles. i! "Dancing under the stars"Billy : OLp rants Tall? .

I've always thought that Arnold's Orchestra, Tuesday. Wednesday. Friday Saturday NUats
.. Fried JUMBO SHRIMPS125 Joan looked like Marion Davies. I would return to the screen. I' S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. AL CtiiY
Ii I told her I didn't think so since !
They have that same peaches i Marion is happy in her
j i and cream complexion and the I, very re-I
i tirement. She saw Marion
'! -4S sf same very blue eyes. < comedies and said that she had T a ;; 9i.all

frVt She asked me why Marion had always been her favorite on the ,
lie
retired. and did I think Marion i iBESSER'S screen. ,Inaewd" !,*,

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Finest Western Beef. Poultry Sour DINNERS I First Show 7:00 CARTOON Complete Show from .1:3t I
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Awards Given ';.OAKLAND PRESBYTERIANS MARK 60TH ANNIVERSARY Orlando, Florida' September, 14, 1947 (tT h t E-unbttg !> ntt nil. r Fage 31

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: YMCA CampersAt God Has Been Their Architect Hearings on Air I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Proaram- I

WDBO UO) WLC uue WO.Z riSe,' WORZ. Frank Black .to rvtwt oonauctor Joba

I By MRS. J. S. KIRTON v i. I s-OD IS Melodlea Melodies __________ Glory Slca o.Pleas* xe.1a Tri Foster DuU ., U 8, rpr.*entUve to the UN General

a reunion meeting in the I lOjr O:.n S'df Cc' pcn3nt : 1:30: Melodic. _____ Chapel la the .U Assembly will be intrrmiauoo nv krr
re: Policy SlatedWASHINGTONIAPIA .8 45 Melodies __ Chapel ta the .a f
THE AND NEW of they '
Memorial Junior High School WINTER GARDEN Today OLD i -7:OO-Presbfterlao'Rest Oriaa R.etll.News ._ d___ I Northwestern ..Iunlt, Rrviewtoc 't.1td
Auditorium campers at YMCA Oakland Presbyterians celebratethe Oakland Presbyterian I! 7'15 Presbyterian Hour Organ itevelll .. Cries Rental Pictures Producers and Distributor of Assent
Wewa 7: Decision Mow Ort Revelll NBC Striae Gast.
and the aa
Camp Orlando
Park and 60th anniversary of the organization 't Church showing its growthin I Pres- ]I i -74 t RCT Bob Jones Qrgtn ReteUl NBC 8u1aauar: _, | Vice-president: Edward V. Canto CV8 Sheri

Winter Day Camps were presented of their church. God idential board charged with recommending ".00 Mews ..______ Church .I AU World fiI,-. K'.-. :
;: with various honors and has been their architect and they 60 years of service to the '. 8:15 Renfro Valley ___. Church of Air ,. LueerB GeL Tl_>. Northwestern
awards earned during the Sum- a new national aviation !I 8 3O Recite Valley Eiaoiel Hour Meth. Mia. Assa.
have been worthy members. West 845: Johnson Family: : Eeansel Hoar .. Meta Mta. Asia j
months it Orange community. The opening concert of the LsHurae of COInI
mer was revealed Yesterday The little church has long been policy will have its first pub- j'I I 9'oo News II__.__... :Cltu .-._. Chorea of-g f i -
I influential in the lives of the gv I lic hearings Monday, with Emory i! 9 15 Listen to Llebert :::: Class _. Chana of : : I I Ii I presents the question Uhy Ga T. The Mvfer
Stavros Demopolous and Alvin I j i :30 Christ for World.Voice at Prcphtcy theses People: _. I at 11.30 a.m. ever MI.OP.
I I
senior many who have come under its S. Land, president of the Air ]I :45 Cnri-t for World Voice-IIT-plKcy Ta Pear_Not.. I ITooo'Nrwa
Block leaders at Camp protection and guidance. In the I Transport Association, as the I ._? Ness' ______ Voices-Dowa WIDO" +I'I Guest speakers are Franctt 8 Hvrmm. Mo oapoIers'
Wewa presented swimming awardsto history of the growth of the 10 15 Guest Star Dixl Four __ V.lcm Daa Wi4 2th Anni\rrsary. to be ccivtoraw thus s *>
the Orlando Day Camp witness.I 10'30 Vole of Prophecy. Rci1 -tn. Stud News HMaUcau
and opening
church we find its, membership ; 10 45 Voice ct Prophtcy RtTtewiat Stand Mod ModriB11 on, will be given by Uw CBS SyBtptoony. under direction -
Wewa director groups. made Bill Frangus, day' pioneers of the country, men and I I The five-man commission,head- !! :OO Salt Late Choir Metbodtai Chung Pint Pm.. CYYt5; of Bernard Herrmann 2 pia.' over WDBO
camp presentationsto of ed by Thomas K. Fmletter, New 11:15 Salt Lab Choir Methodist Church Ftrst Frta. Ch rca
women character and leader- Devoted
xc entirely to works
by American
the Wmter Park group. 11:30: Musts for Saadty Methodist Churrh Pint Prca. Ch'r h coopaMrt.
ship. iw d York who said it was urgent to 11:45 Music for Sunday Methodist Cfa-rcfi Tlr.t Pr... Ch'rch the program Includes Johannes Peters Studs Qute-
John C. Barber "l'UC.n- Previous to organization of the 12-00-Gospel Hour _.-. Mutual Music She A *rlca-- ne4l:" '
let Charles
eral secretary, determine "the course which the ... ; lees Third Symphony.' Concerto for
was in chargeof c-hurch. James Gamble 12:U Gospel Hour Mutual Musts Snow America Called
the meeting and Leonard Speerof U. S. should follow in.order to obtain 12:30: Oosocl Hour ___ Mutual Music Show U. Chic R Ddiablt Cello and Orchestra by Vladimir Dukclskjr and The
As- I Abbeville, S. C.. united with for itself and the world, the 12. 5jQopcl Hour ___h Mutual MIMIC Show U. Cjiic.Rjiata: 'M Incredible
quith led community singing. I Silver Lane Church mother greatest possible benefits from avi : 1:00Ii: ..,a .lew-:.... Stepb.Oraham-Dr.RCA Victor Show I Flutist by Walter Piston.
A show by Punch Allen closedtheevening's church of Presbyterianism south 1:15: News Review __ atcph Graham-Dr RCA Victor 5newI Henry FondA and Jack Taar are DorwthyIamour's
ation. i 1:30 Bob Reid 81n.a __ Sammy Kara: .._ Pattens .. Poetry
festivities. j| of DeLand, at its organization _1:43: Hun to you ____ 8. ye-raet-Flc'n The Sophisticates guests Itn Front and Center, heard over
in 1870. After six weeks devoted to organizing 20O-CBS Simpbony Reunion _.____ Jeha -Vaadereook \\UKZ. at 7:30 pm. Fonda sill fHar with 3Iks('

Tulsa, Okla., existed as early as He was made ruling elder with the group began closed 2:15 CBS Symphony Reunion .____- Sunday ....u... lames In the drama section; Parr In the remedy
_
2:30: CBS Symphony Imtherta Hour ._ Sunday .
last Monday and during Mattne i I
1878 as a post office on the pony oversight of the membership of sessions Jl.45 CBS SymphonyLutheran Hour. Sunday_MaUaee |i sequence.A .
mail route through Indian terri Lodge, afterward the town of the next five days heard top 3:OO CBS Symphony Bouse eT lystery. Sunday" M.tlB'-! Renaissance officials from the State War, i 3:15 CBS Symphony House of MMlery Sunday a
tory. Matures
+ Apopka. He served in this capacity -tl,day: and Methodists, fourth Sunday -together! they have brcught an in- Navy and Commerce Department 3:30 Hour of Charm True Detective _. Montana _. ____ casket for vengeance in an Italian Count's trifle
while a member of the 1'I Later the Episcopalians pur- !I I terest and vitality to the young the Civil Aeronautics 3.45 Hour of Charm ___ True-Detective- ... Musifana __ romance is the House of Mystery pmntution' at 3pm
I I Apopka Church until the organization : chased a residence for a small'1 people, the church, and the com- Board and the Budget Bureau. ; -tOOF.a.U-Bour: '_,.. Th.8h'dofilBC-mpboay! .
4.15 Fa mil* Hour ___ These Children oterVLOF Rowe Elliot determines validity
our NBC Symphony
!!
the Oakland Church
of
James HAMILTOU Tenor i and the Baptists built on munity. : f
chapel
4 3O Jean Sabloa Show Re_ Ma.,.. Orch. NBC Synpoony of the death curse attributed to the' casket
4 Sept. 4, 1887.Charter I lot near the building, close by :I The Oakland church has always The Commission now intends to 4:u"oa.ya.S'b.Ne-Re _Maupin Orch NBC Symphony -
a Teacher of Singing I members of the Oakland what is now the T. & G. Railroad maintained an outstanding spend six weeks in hearings most I I 1550 Oatle k Harriet TnoM-WetMten Sacred Ron i Organ selection by Bach. Kinder and Naeieb
Church were: Speer and his track. This building was later organizational unit of men and of which will be public, to get 5.15 Ouie fc Harriet Those Webatert : Cole Glee "b--: i' are played by Dr. Frank W Aaper on the Salt Lake
: ..__
J 5:30 Pause That Refr'i Nick Carter Ellery Queen ,
European trained. Professor of voice- wife C. E. Wise, J. B. Aster and I burned and replaced in Winter I women, and the present is no the views of aircraft manufac- I _5:43: Pause_That Refr a Nick arterE. rL QQ'!._ i l Tabernacle Choir and Organ pratnuH at It am.
at the University of Michigan for I' wife, Mrs. V. Willis and Mrs. Garden. exception.: Serving as elders are turers, airline operators, airline 8:00 Gene Autry' ____ Drew Pearson-=_::. jack Past Show !, over WDBO. They include the Puce in a, Minor
more than twenty jears has pilots operators of flying fields 6:IS Gene Autry __, Don Gardlaer Jack Pear t
resumed Skew
Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. Sadler, C. G. Tilden,
Then, when the Methodists builtin ___ by Bach: In Springtime
his Milleri i C'I and schools independent 6:30 Blondie _-..--. Grist Story Told Roiue'a Oa'tery by Kmder and Hat>l"b s.
teaching at the air
Morton who had signed the Winter Garden, the Oakland A. J. Willis J. E. Clonts, andA. I 6:45: Blondie .u____- Grist Story Told. Rome Gallery How Gentle God's Command
Rot, .son Kindergarten School 313 I tion for organization had church in 1909 secured services E. Jones. freight earners. air freight for- Too-sam Spade--_::::-Mediation-Board.: Start-of-Tosaorrow John
N. Main St. i turned I I Deacons C. L. Stanford R. warders and various aviation or- ,I 7:15 Sam Spade -_-._ Mediation Board Stars .f Tomer w Sebastian harment.111....... 11Merrill' Robert
to Scotland before the date of the Rev. S. L. Wilson of South are 7:30: Crime Doctor __ Gabriel Scatter Front tc Center .
For information regarding of organization. I i CarolIna full time. Previous to thisit I L. Gulley S. D. Starr, Fred Cross, ganizations. 7:45 Crime Doctor ___. Gabriel Scatter Front & Center guest on the RCA Victor Show at 1 P.M.

sons, please write James les'I'I Monthly services were held in had been linked with Wildwood II. G. Briley, Harold Henschen, I 800: -Corliss Archer _,. Voices of .Strlnp Wayne King == i I over WORZ. Sebastian playa Song of the Bterk

ton P. O.Box 291,Ormond, Fla. I this building by four different Apopka, Maitland, and San- George Daniels and Robert Willis. Rent Control 8.30 8:15: Corn Tony,.Martin Archer__.-__Jim Voices Backua of Strlnss Show_ Guest Wayne Star Kim__. ___ Swan by VIUa-Lobos and Moaart OOPS to Town

or dial 4916 Saturdays only I denominations: Presbyterians, J t ford churches. i Starr is superintendent of the -g:45 Tony Martin ____ Jim BackusSbow HtrfrS to Veteran his own arrangement of Mmarts Tttrtuah "a f'"h.Iutual' .
-
please. E! first Sunday: Episcopalians, sec- After 32 years of worship in Sunday School, and Miss Shirley 9 00 Dear Mr:-Lincoln.-C nt.r-Spi'-=::.-Take lt or Lent It ) race .f Strings I Is heard at I p.m.

ond. Sunday; Baptists third Sun- this building on March: 22. 1919. ; Mink is secretary.Mrs. Lift BattleIs 915.:30 Dear Strike Mr It Rich Lincoln___Counter Theater Spy Guild____.__Take The It Bit*r Break Le..el'. __ over "'LO r.

---- the congregation met and subscribed t B. R. Brile* and Miss Mar- _943_ _Strike It._Rich __.._ Theater Guild The_Bt._Break The Mutual Music i>O ow. at 12 pm over WLOF,
$23,000 for erection of a : garet McKinnon direct the music 10.00 Symphonette __. Theater Guild __ New. I features .
Soprano Martha
and ContinuedOrlando lOn Symphonett Theater Guild ... Story behind hdln Wright TMMT Olena
serve, respectively as organISt -
new church. The present cream 10:30 Dane Orctu ____ Orchestra _____ D. Garro-ay Shw I Burrin and Juliut Srhuhmnn vMtntntGmny
ALL THE'NEW brick building was dedicated at and pianist. Mrs Harold Hen- ;i 10:45 Dance Orch n___ OrchNews _.___. D. Oarroway Show .
schen is adviser to the Young Pea apartment house own- iTwrNewa IT Simma sines to the musk of IVrtv Faith,
: : News
i its first service. Sept. 19, 1920. ple's Division, which Dave Stanford ers "have been urging for a long 11:15 l-'ie.-' =1 = 'if.s--: :; : =.: Signed'B Smith ; orchestra on Pause That R..... hea On The Mr
In Slay 1923. the old church 11:30: Dance Oreh ___ Dane Orch. ___ Henry Russell. Or i
I building was deeded to the heads as piesident. Other time and will continue to Urge" 11:45 Dance Orch ______ News .______u__ Henry Russelis Or at 5:30 p.m. over WDBO. Her aoacs Include. As
Methodists. officers are Ronald Clonts, Shir- the lifting of rent controls Gor- 2--00-H-: % .___ SID Oft *ews -i Si" OH- Years Go By, by DC Rose: Brahma L IUty and
ley Mink and Robert Hull. don S. Gifford, president of the 12:15 Dance Orch __ j Hargburg's 01' Devil J.tOH\
\ p ps ps pt Pastors who. have served this 12:30: Dane Orch .___ '
Plans are now being perfected local Apartment House Owners'Assn. I 12. :45 Dance Orch The University of Chk'aeo RoundtssUe
; ----- diicussea
church are, in order, S. V. Mc- -
for expansion through additionof ., said jesterday I
Corkle, H H Gaines, J. B. De- I a recreation building, another 1:00: Sun Off _______ where w e no from here in f'dutoac.a'If)ht..o
Earlier Associated'Press story
vault, J. R. Trett, J. F. Tappey, : evidence of the church's growthin from Washington an quoted E. E. A portrait of Abraham Lincoln, as reflected I college presidents pretentnf the Mtruwnt'' ,
OSI F. G. Railey W W. Powell, W. A. anticipation of community's Heard over WORZ at I::M pm
Smith I. M. Auld, C. E. Jones, I needs This building will be Branscome, representing House the from thousands of letters written to him by the I Another 41' Gabriel lleattrr's brtf hlrr tomorrow

O. W. Hardawaj J. F. McKmnon used as space for the Sunday Greater Miami Apartment people, will be presented by the CBS Documentary I stories i iv heard from ULOF at 7M p.m.

S. 1. Wilson, L. H. Query. W. L. School classes and as a com- Assn."remove, as asking the lifting last of stumbling controlsto j! Unit under the title. Dear Mr. Lincoln, at 9 p.m. Garry Moore begins' his master of ceremonies
J. G. McKinnon, J. D.
Latham. WDBO.
W. H. munity house for social gatherings block to private enterprise in correcting over job on Take It Or Leave It over WORZ at 9 pjn
Deans. A. E. Barnett
I Dresch II B. Fraser, S. L. Hun- : the housing evils." The NBC Summer Symphony presents a pro- He asks the questions, ad labs and handle theproP'am's
AT ASSOCIATED I With plans for a larger physical dedicated to the United
; gram Nations at 4 ,
pjn. over Jackpot.
ter T. G. Tate and F. W. Widmer. plant, an increasingly alert and' Branscome, in a letter to the
i The building now used for a Joint Congressional Committee i -
interested young people's organization I: I
+ manse was erected in the 1890s asa t and the vision and strengthof I on Housing, said he wrote onbehalf sera to operate under such a sys-; i

2" two-story school building. In the Rev. Widmer as pastor, the of the Florida State I tern, thus forcing: the Government j Olaca C. ratrcfeiUI I
Victor Red Seal Milton L BraY
$1.05 ea 1909 when the church had its first church looks and moves forwardto Apartment House Assn.. as well <
into huge bankruptcy debts by ; H. RyUnd Co
resident pastor, the building was fine future. as the :Miami: or anization. !i I
deeded to the churchby a I Communistic housing; with the attending E. Frank Gardner
8032-Ave Maria [Gounod] bought And Special services will be held Addressing his letter to Rep. : bureaucratic ills. It is LeRoy HoouatFAlrpHILD
the late L. F. Tilden. The
Jocelyn 'Berceuse I Sunday with the Rev. Albert C. Gamble LR.-N. Y 1, chairman, and'' recommended that the bureau-
I manse, now completely modern- 'i'iFOR
Holt of Jacksonville bringing the I
Sen. McCarthy tR-Wis.l, vice-1 J
crats with their 'colored
up'
John McCormick ized, stands on grounds adjacentto the prop- 1
Special music by
I message
chairman of the committee, he
aganda be removed from the hous- ,
the church and recently landscaped |
Fritz Kre'sler I i : choir under direction of Mrs B. R. said: ing picture 3un0tatflame
+ I II
Briley, and reading of the church t
School been "A great deal of housing is being I 1
The has
11913-Midsummer Night'sDream Sunday a history by Mrs. Dan Mcl :innan, I ,
Overture bulwark for the church, for 60 will be spiritual features of added held off the rental market because The Philippines is the only ,
: years steadily holding a normal of rent control practices. Christian country in the Orient. I
Boston."Pops" pleasure there is certainly no induce-
attendance. Even during a storm, A basket dinner will be servedon .
: ment to rent vacant houses that
its regular'service was held. Only
l grounds at 1 and all
p.m.
7273-Tristan. Isolde
once in 1936, when it was necessary friends of the church are invit- are under low rent control rates.
Love Duet for a funeral service to be So such houses are held vacant
ed to come and enjoy fellowship
Frida Leider and I- held at the same hour, was Sunday with the members. for sale instead of rent. The only

School omitted. The last several way to properly distribute housingis
Lauritz Melchior + Committee which has made this
: i I
'_ to let the law of supply and LIFETIME
\ < I years Vac::io'\ Bib e Schools Mrs.
.. anniversary day possible is
!
7021-The Sorcerer's Apprentice: :l:":':'*". I I have adced new in' ;;est to organi- Dan McKinnon Mrs. Ruth Brow- 1. demand Branscome again expressed prevail. the. ." opinion -

Scherzo for Orchestra ., zation. der, C. L. Stanford, Robert Willis. '
.&:: I The strepi of the Woman'sAu that "we have some people in
S. D. Starr, W E. Paquin, H. G. I
Toscanini and Philharmonic Symphony this country who would like to I
,'. ti : -;' m.y wail: ra:led programs Briley. J. E. Sadler, and C. G.I I
am the adCeu is: rest in Young I continue following the European
I
Tilden guided by the Rev. Wid-.
6844-Thais: Meditation : I Vc"s Nirl 1 lle has given'g mer. FTalmadge pattern; that is, continue rent '

Tamborin Chinois I ray mSiJire.'icn. : :. jrlementingtiiis control which means improper
--
Fritz Kreisler j the loyalty of i:" Young: People's distribution of housing and discrimination -'USE ALUMINUMUSE
::: Group has b.v .1-a chal- To Oust j against owners and ?

: ES25-Rienzi: Overture ,":..' : + lenge and proof .ti.en in ihs Rivers Off Demo Job ]I the consequent reluctance of ownILLFITTING -
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Die Gotterdammerung: *.''_' strong yearly attendance at trwj
ATLANTA I IUPJ
a Ycun People's Conferences. Hermanr
Closing SceneStokowski He 'rntly the church has had lnv.dge last night promised to

and Philadelphia Orchestra an i nine.ns in spirtuahty in the mst Former Gov. Rivers as national FALSE TEETH

I coming: of the Rev. Frederick committeeman from Geor-

7858-Schwanda: Polka and Fugue 4. i William Widmer as pastor. gia if he is elected governor next WINDOWS

Ori andy dnd Minneapolis ; : + The Rev. Widmer was born In year. Talmadge said "the only I i' Fit Better

.> i Syracuse, N. Y.. and graduatedfrom person who stands to reap sur- .J' With Komfo

Jn9-C men: Habanera Wheaton College in Illinois reptious gain from two Demo- Dental Pads
cratic primaries in Georgia is for- V i.
'and Seguidilla s with an A.B. degree. He receivedhis rQ
with B D degree from Columbia mer Gov. Eurith D. Rivers. Her Is a comfortingV.id .
Gladys Swarthout Orchestra. Theological Seminary in Decatur, ; for dental plat NO RUST-NO PAINTING NO UPKEEP

14726-Valse Triste I Ga., where he graduated with Patriotic Radio Show Komfo D..-
\ honors and was president of his ) Pad relieve sor. .
Berceuse from The! Scheduled
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tender due
I senior class. gums
i
,Stokowski and Philadelphia Orchestra I II lIe was ordained minister in Patriotic Anniversaries; i ill flHing dnturs; IT'S LITTLE WONDER THAT F

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[Page 32 iI"qr S-uttb g J? ':; 'tnr Orlando, Florida, September 14, 1 1947 "GOOD; NEIGHBORS LIKE MONEY !IN THE BANK' .

Youth's Gospel "

< V NEAR MISS !

SEATTLE UP] John Price : (Nursery Operattion Praised"Good

i knows he is a very lucky person r t r' I Interest Cited .. .

li but he doesn't rant to crowd his I neighbors are like money many such cases every day. Upon anced lunch they are bathed and ..
luck. A 400-pound piece of steel i iy i iI in the savings bank!" approval of the association's investigating ; put to bed .
recently toppled from an upper : I Delegates returning to the Or- That's what one Orlando man committee, parents j I' Their late afternoons are spent
'lando area from the Youth Congress said recently when he found him- with a limited income may place1their at the outdoor playground. Frequently ,
of
story a downtown building, nar-
t.t i in San Francisco report a 'self with more trouble than he children in the nursery. The they are treated to sur-
rowly missing Price's automobile.He of the child
only requirements
ever thought could happen. prise birthday
great upsurge of interest on the parties with "hon-
was just about to get out of I I Everything! was fine in his fam- are that he pass a medical exam- est-to-goodness" birthday cakes
the car when the steel crashed to part of youth to carry the gospelto ily. He had 130 comfortable home, ination and is between the ages and ice cream..
) the street-right where Price all parts of the world in this i,. a healthy young child, a good job.I, of 6 months and 6 years. !> During the past year the nursery -
generation. At the closing session : i The volunteer workers buy the which is sponsored
would by the
have been standing.ANNOUNCING ..rr last Sunday 2.000 volunteered for This Is An Agency i food, plan the meals, do all mend-i Orlando Kiwanis Club, had an
service as foreign missionaries. ing and sewing for the children! average daily enrollment of 35
During the four-day conferenceof Of The I and take the young tots to doctors ; children, with the parents paying
Seventh Day Adventist'youth, and dentists when necessary.I only_ _a minimum fee.
WE FIT ALL SHAPE which marked the 40th anniver- Co nun unity Chest I "Mother" Lancaster who has been 1
WATCH CRYSTALS : ys, Jt 1 sary of the organization of their at the nursery for 25 years supervises l CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND
I IIOtK: SERVICE all the activities.l
department Missionary Volun- Suddenly his wife was stricken nursery '
BLOC'"S JEWELRY teers, 15,000 delegates and visit The kiddies' spend their mornings -
with serious illness and had to OIL BURNING
a FURNACES
18 W. Church St.EXPERT under the
r ors from all parts of North Amer- in sanitarium.A at kindergarten
be placed a
WATCH REPAIRINGr ica and foreign countries direction of Mrs. Bertha Anderson
some
cared for his child
MAX
neighbor T.
RICHARDS
TAY, learn to work and play
Ao heard stress laid on the need for problems becametoo where they
until her own
youth to shoulder the responsi- great. It was then that some together. N. ORANGE SINCE:' 1tSt1I PHONE- :.1,.,.
2009 1 EGGS bility of gospel ministry. one suggested the Orlando Day After 2 wholesome, well bal
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Three hundred and seventy Nursery."It .
Adventist missionaries, it "
was
solution.
was a happy
IN! EVERY HENIf rF reported, left for foreign fields the father commented. "I take
during 1946 to serve in the my youngster there every morn- '
You Keep Poultry for Eggs 9 medical, educational publishing Ing before I go to work and t\.O\\\OA Mll'1RJll'
and evangelistic depart-
: pick him up on my way home at
Get This Free Plan K :1 ments.
F night. He gets excellent care. An
The lay ISO : : Harry M. Lodge, secretary of organization like the Day Nursery tot :
or more average-in second pullet year may may lay eggs 100. ..__...,-._....v ,-._, : the youth division of the Florida Assn. is as much a neighbor as
I "w ,
Then she goes to market. Yet it has I >.N;: i:Conference, has called a meetingof i the good woman who lives next ST. PETERSBURG FLORIDA
been( established" that every pullet is : JIM BURDEN, CHAIRMAN .of the Salvation corps assistant, as they leave for the Salva- Florida youth to be held in Or- door. l -1/'

in hatched many with cases 1000 may to be 3000 made egg to ova-and lay on Army Board bids farewell to Miss Ruth tion Army Southern Training College in At- lando Sept. 26 to 28 to discussin I The Day Nursery Assn., com- J r Florida's only Resident Military Academy with
BfgMy profitable basis for five yearsor I lanta. Capt. E. H. Perking! local commanding detail the report of the con- posed of a group of local women Junior R.O.T.C. Unit. Member: Southern Association
more-if given the proper care. Schrepfer welfare and Leon White, I gress. volunteer workers investigates Ji lllftcg,I of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Associa-
How to get extra eggs from older hens secretary, I officer, looks on. I I ----------- ---- ,
-
...4Mrtead cf culling and replacing each tion of Military Colleges and Schools of the United
season-save on breeding rearing feeding BOYS SEEK LIGHT INGRAM & INGRAMOPTOMETRISTS 1.1: -I States. Highest Government Rating. An Accredited
f expense and increase net poultry I I HELENA, Mont. UPI As the r : University Preparatory School. Limited Enroll
'VALUE CANNOT BE SET IN DOLLARS AND CENTS' "':'
p 0tit. are explained in 1000 EGG HEN Helena police department can tell \ P ment. Separate Junior Department. i
plaa of poultry raising developed by the thirst for knowledge m )> ;
.
Henry Experts Trafford.fur nationally 18 yeaers famous Editor Poultry of AAA To Aid School' Patrols you knows no bounds here. A patrolcar Successors to. MEAD'S 1\1)) lj] For Information Address '
Boy Col.! Walter B. Mendels, President I
Poultry Success. One copy will be sent was dispatched when a homeowner Nights, Sundays Holidays 8386 1.>
.
Free to any reader who keeps six hens reported: "There are some Florida Military Academy, St. Petersburg, FloridaFlorida's ;
CT more Eggs are I in big demand this 101 N. Orange Ave. Phone 818
year-at gocd prices. You want all you The Orlando branch of the f the country has been supplying I public won't try to take advantage small boys sitting on top of the" Leading Military Academy Established 1804F
can ret. Mr. TraUord tells how. Cut American Automobile Assn. is School Boy Patrol equipment to : of their absence to drive recklessly light posts reading funny books.
I
out this notice and write for your Free
Copy to PENN POULTRY SERVICE making plans to furnish all Or- I the Orlando schools for the past I through school zones." I "
Suite SOSC. 333 North 15th St.. Philadel ange County schools with SchoolBOY Benson said the Orlando office I; n <' O_.__ .
phia IZJ. Pa. It vi ill come by return Patrol belts and badges if < >
mail. was working in co-operation : 0"J:
they can be obtained through national with Constable T. F. Thrasherin .WNEYS '
I headquarters, E. C. Benson supplying equipment for 4.L o
Barker, manager, said :yesterday. % I county schools. -
I ieati51ze I Benson turned over new badges SCNoa C PfNNZ' CO., INC. ,
He said Thrasher was making a
and belts to equip 15 members of ZaH
'i '. the Orlando School Boy Patrol to ; survey to determine the amount '
f 'I'II the police department Friday and i of equipment necessary to equip ,.s
"
I tf. expects to furnish additional i all schools. If the office cannot I
obtain all the
I I equipment when the final num- i necessary equipment '
Trled-And-Proven
from national then
i headquarters
ber of members determined.'
Relief to Sufferers I it will be .distributed among the
Lt. Carl Rodenbaugh said the
I[ 10 It has been distributedby schools on a pro-rata basis.
years.
RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
'I patrol this year would probably -
| the police department. j Last :year the office furnishedthe
'
include 100 boys.
'! ArTH: TIS r A "1''e grateful to the Florida Highway Patrol with
I are
"The School Boy Patrol isn't very equipment for" School Boy Patrolsat e
Stiff Muscle 'I completely organized yet andwe've AAA for its co-operation and I Kissimmee and Winter Garden AN OUTSTANDING DAY FOR VALUES a e ,
and Joints got several boys to get from interest in School Boy Patrol Barker said. [T
and Recurrent Pains some of the schools" Rodenbaugh work," Acting/:: Police Chief J. C. y
Coming From Old Injuries I said. "But the AAA has been very Stone said. "The department is I The amount of equipment we '-
co-operative in supplying us with handicapped in that we don't can furnish and the extent of our
t.PtrMMliK.,.. Each. Mcrnallztrt.C., .. Had Easy tmw |!' belts and badges and literature to have the facilities for providingall I activities in connection with safety -
Laboratory.. R....* ky i distribute school and are dependent on the member- I ONLY
j among pupils the necessary equipment. I WE'VE 97
Yon f Rrttanh. i of Barker
Oneleprcit ship our organization
think it has done lot. of I Chenille
sad Traitmtat. Mad. for [I we a good "School Boy Patrols are vital in Pile
la' Yhlual. HIM. .,.. |I 11n making pupils a little more : our safety campaigns near Orlan- I said. "The larger the.membership,
Cia B. Pratt safety conscious. do's 12 schools and their work I the more we can do.: FRI HON. IJ
Far Or Purtaaitd The Orlando branch, operating cannot be measured in dollars and Ii I The Orlando branch, one of
Ctlp. Tkla Couplet A4 ..laformatioi. Mail Today similar to other branches all over cents but we do know that they ,I nine completely equipped offices SELLING! 1'-le
ELECTRONIC have given valuable assistance in I in the country has a mem- r
NORMALIZE the prevention of accidents in bership of more than 1,000. -
LABORATORY
school zones. In addition to safety activities
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SPREADS
Jarkuavni. Fla. "It is unfortunate that the department the organization furnishes com- ,
i P...... S-BS72 does not .have a personnel j plete travel information,with rec- I i ACTUAL
t NAME: 1 large enough to provide an ommendations for best routes, r

\ . officer fer each school. However makes reservations and gives vehicles V
ADDRESS _ _ COMPLETEINSURAUCtSERVICE- ,,! we try to have officers at the most of members complete protec- I ILLUSTRATIONS DOUBLES''
A i important and dangerous locations tion hi the event of accidents or 7 COLORS'
and rotate them so the motoring car trouble. j
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