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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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HALF{ A MILLION PEOPLE LIVE \> N TODAY
r YOUI SENTINEL
\. 75-Mfe radon of Orlando. ,
1' s;:: vakli crt ttt 24 per cc.t of Florid, .j1Rpnitn 'entitle! eaml lL .. tt't 10 PartMi .
11 t.ck s*.4.: Oll. S6 Mr hilt of Florida &tl Ngt 11 SCMty '.!a 21,17 )

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t 'Tis a Privilege to Live in Central Florida-The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Living 1 *


VOL. XX1II-NO.31174 * ORLANDO. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1947 t THIRTY-TWO PAGES ...if'

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t Merchants To Greet Central! Florida at Fall Prev e Tonight





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-- Coast Sees r Presenting Central Florida's Biggest and Best! Three Opening VISHINSKY ASSAILS UNCLE SAM! Storm Continues


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Better Deal lln Set 100
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1 : Hurricane Wake 1 1 l /. / ,, RE WE CoNI For Gala EventDances New UN Peace Hopes ,Plan I Across Gulf


t. LAKE, SUCCESS [UP] Russia America's professed intentions hi

Grapefruit Loss / // / / and Band 'I charged in the UN General world affairs. Florida Death Toll
Vishinsky asked the Assembly to

; Set at 50 Per CentI Concerts Planned Assembly yesterday that U. S. i F approve a resolution condemning"the Increased To Three

policy threatens to wreck UN I II criminal propaganda of a

101 HAYES Central Florida's Fall Pre- and foment a third World War 1C" Tv\e Asv- -'M Press
fO '-""ic Morn rq ST'Otl Stoff Writer; ] f t r I I I
i FT. PIERCE-This is one vue opens here tonight and against the Soviet Union. A Potential Enemy? A raging: tropical hurricane .

OrlandS merchants expect it I I Soviet Vice-Foreign Min. AndreiY. WASHINGTON lAP] Rus- chupied slowly across
: time a blow of nature should sia won't have the Industrial
Vishinsky in the
most bitter
: result in money in the bank / to be the biggest event yet anti American .'" :,I capacity to war against the U. the Gulf of Mexico last night

the Orlando Retail i S. for at least 25 years ErnestG. and the Weather Bureau said
staged by '
; !
: for those fortunate enough to attack the Soviet : Ropes, chief of the Commerce -
.
. her wrath. CErRg Merchants Assn. I t Union ever 'made,- ... .'s. I '! Dept/s Russian section, it probably would hit th.

escape Overall, there will be three Fall I::accused the U. S. ; V ; said yesterday adding "we i Southeast Louisiana Coast
t That was the opinion yesterdayof '' 9- don't need to about
in downtown worry
opening programs-one :'of
having an expansionist : I this
morning.
: many an East Coast citrus ; ,' Russia as a potential enemy.
area another in Colonial- ,, ,
i;I policy F <
F i grower whose fruit was on the SAND s w As the gigantic storm
< town and a third in College Park. in Eurqpe of rte new war which is being carried on
I I I
ground after a disastrous 48-hour hovered about 180 miles
Stores will close at the regular fomenting open by reactionary circles in a number -
! blew which scarred much of the / time and direction at a given signal 'i' politicalconflict of countries." south of Valparaiso, Fla.,

t citrus and put an estimated SO / Ur at 7:30 at which time I '
rII pan with Russia and A formal resolution by '"1shlnI and 200 miles away from the
. cent of the East: Coast grapefruit -
per IY and
% windows will be undraped I
of underminingUN.
: i 1 sky also would make war propaganda Louisiana shore panicky
on the ground. &j1 ,
lights turned on. showing displays Vishinsky I I
subject to criminal
;I either fled from
LeM fruit means more money V of Fall creations. He flatly rejected Secretary of I refugees
( c 'I State Marshall's program to over- punishment.This coastal
f.r these whe have good fruit ; Signal for .the unveiling of danger spots or
haul UN machinery. was Vishinsky's answer to
the Cast: Coat victims ...leLU windows and turning of lights boarded up in sheltered
cI on i: Vishinsky attacked the U. S. Marshall's request for curtailment
true, that should mean decent i ? I will be a blast on the fire siren. I for refusing to destroy its, atomic I of the veto, and a shift of peace- 'homes or buildings.The .
:
prices for Interior citrus. I Clarence A. Johnson, association,,i bombs' now and refusing to dis keeping responsibility from the storm which swept across
% 'arm.. This said Vishinsky, raised! Security Council to the General
loss boxes of fruitflu
in
The
big president said clerks would be on "serious apprehensions' about Assembly. Lower Florida Wednesday, :killing

impossible to figure at this duty in the various stores to show at least four persons and caU5111iSTORM

6 early dste. But the figure should visitors around but that no merchandise '

t run extremely high. would be sold. Orlando Back in Business!

Whai was certain was that In all three areas a variety of sESs

early grapefruit shipments from _programs has'been planned.: 'I, I +

this lower East Coast area The merchants association will !; By UANKLIN H. STEVENSON I from Marietta. Ga., as soon as !
M.rnin. ....ti..Q the overcast clears .
Cir Edt* <> Orland _
would ke far later and far lighter sponsor an amateur show .-on ; I
I I 1 Orlando'came out of its $storm City employes were stia feifid'tas ,
than expected. J 1 Court; St., featuring, six finalists cellar yesterday. I' winds failed to abate completej i I j

Grapefruit which was matured; selected in elimination; contests, As the hurricane poured.across i .ly. The were busy up ,i

and ready to move is mostly on'' R e last night at Memorial: Junior. '. the' Gulf of Mexico this 'City be-'; debris left In' the streeta by the !
gan to assume. more normal_as-1 i storm. I|
the ground. .., High SchooL pect I The 'Orlando, Utilities Cotm1ia-1'

Orange damage .was much less. .... The following' finalists were selected Windows were still boarded sion reported that all circuits cut I, tOUISfANA-BOUND

The oranges .weren't far along : op and the, electric power was I off because of the storm had been j I
From Orlando Billy Chapman. off in parts of the restored. ';millions of dollars In damages still
enough the line of maturity to i many :
'Miami Refugees' j but business Residents began moving back'Into contained'winds of 80 to 100 milesan
Grains Tumble 10, singing and playing; guitar;
bare much weight and thus esContlnued j Extra Meet .a the Veterans' Trailer Park

( on Page 4. CoL 1] ; Blamed for Erratic i .Richard Leone, 9r and Bi11 Finne. were were beginning re-opening to and- dtY.1 which was the first to be evacu- ''' hour within 50 miles of 1U
ated. Red Cross shelters center.
.9. tap dancing team: Barbara the streets. were
Is OpposedWASHINGTON j closing down.as refugees returned!< Hurricane warnings Hew en
Market 16
Lott singing: William Worth, .
OperationsWASHINGTON
New Jet P-86 Plane's Price Spin Halts 9, cowboy singer, and Carolyn The 14th Air Force reported its to their homes. the Gulf Coast from Morraa
[API Sea 1 (UP] Speaker 'Staves 13. tap dancing. operations were returned to normal All In all Orlando is back In' City', La, eastward. to Cedar
Suction Kills Worker I I I Flanders (R-Vt); said yesterday Martin said yesterday that he I From Winter Park. Betty Anne ) and that .civilian employeswere business particularly for Central Key. Fin

-2UKERSFIELD. Cal. (UP First [By The.Assocwted Press 'recent increases in grain prices would oppose calling a special Newton, 16. singing, and Jacque- expected Planes to will return to work Florida's. Fan prevue of merchandise. Along the Ilississlppt and Zast
may be due in part to "Govern- today. return here
The principal commodities j jI session of Congress to deal with I line Biggerstaff, singing Louisiana: Coasts boats put in to
case of a man being sucked Into ment bidding" and market opera- --
I consumed by the Ame/ican relief Band concerts will be held in snug harbors aircraft were storedor
and
; European high pricesat
tions by "the Miami refugees.
the intake of a jet plane was disclosed -
public-meat, grains, butter Asked what he meant by "Miami\ home-at least until after College Park Colonialtown, on Juvenile Delinquency FDR Jr., Wife Fined flown out of the area schools
here yesterday by Coroner and general
and refugees." he said: mid-I Orange Ave.. and Church SLAlso. were ordered closed
I
i cotton-slumped in price October. Called No. 1 ProblemATLANTIC
Norman C. Houze. The victim: "They are a group of Europeans there will be square dancing For Auto SpeedingLAKE alarm spread. Some 60 ships tied
was Maurice O. Bricka. 37. an engineer >at most major markets, who managed to get their money i "Any action we take ; in the three areas. CITY UPI James up or anchored in the Mississippi
throughout the nation yesterday' taken in January well '! SUCCESS lAP FranklinD. River at New Orleans one of theworld's
as ,
Xnglewood. CaL. and his ( out despite the war adding he i as now In the event of inclement weather | F. O'Neil. national commander
I -
death disclosed the existence of bringing at least a temporary halt has learned a number of them :he told a news conference as he'':, the celebration would be post- the American Legion said yester- Roosevelt Jr. and his wife the busiest ports.
in the upward cost-of-living spiral.A (An eyewitness account by
craft, the P-86. "had amounts of
a new Army jet large trading on
'' prepared to leave Monday on a- poned until tomorrow night. former Ethel duPont. were fined
Bricka was standing at what he drastic slash in November i the Chicago Grain Market." day that juvenile delinquency is"America's 1 Charles M. Meister. Orlando Morning -

t.bouIht.u a safe distance four grain exports to shortage areas I, Flanders said they live at Miami, Western speaking tour which will Fall Organizations sponsoring the' public enemy No.. 1" $15 apiece yesterday by Police Sentinel staff writer on bow

feet, when the engine was turned abroad touched off a selling wave 'and are reported to have "bid up Ji J put him on the trail of several ;j Retail prevue Merchants in addition Assn.. include to the' and called on the nation's radio Justice William Hinrichs after j Belle Olade and the dykes around
on the Chicago Board of Trade: the markets while farmers hold Lake Okeechobee: withstood the
on. i other possible 1948 Republican the College Park'and Colonialtown broadcasters to ban thatmight they pleaded guilty to charges of ;
that drove wheat prices down 10 :back supplies. i Presidential l', programs I hurricane will be found on Plat 2J
nominees. Assns.
cents and down eight cents in' I glamorize crime. speeding. .
corn II _. fr
Heavy Rains Hit
Japan '
; the first few minutes of tradingthe The Weather I -

Typhoqn Dead 1,200 minimum price decline per- i
mitted under board regulations.The | ORLANDO AND VICINITYPartly _
WITH
HURRICANE ONLY hours
TOKYO (IUP1 The Home Ministry cloudy today with after- .
urgently appealed yesterdaylor declines came at a time noon thundershowers; slowlydiminishing
these Belle Glade
a'' It million appropriation to ..hf'nhol le food and farm ; winds away. refugees ran

patch broken river banks as heavynew products prices had reached new --- to evacuation box cars through '
rains poured on the flooded all-time peaks. Cracker Jim Sez
Japanese countryside. Kyodo News The Bureau of Labor statistics ;I : driving rain. Like thousands who left f
Agency listed 1.300 dead and 2.000 reported in Washington that Them there skeeters has shore i
missing In the typhoon. wholesale foods and farm products been sompin down here lately.! they feared Lake Ok-echobee would
1
Larkin them rascals is
prices set a new high during the plumb Squire says be storm-driven into causing a catastrophe
bigger
Trieste Commies AppealTo week ended Sept. 13. .
All classes of livestock were than a horseflyan I and Orlando Morning Sentinel
Tito for Protection sharply lower at Chicago and the I twice as bad. y' 4

..TRIESTE I UPI Communists in trend was general in the nation's and that any six Staff Photographer Jack Mc- m: r-
of 'em could be
Trieste Free State asserted last 12 principal livestock markets.
; pall-bearers at a Cullom was on hand to record their
night that Italians were carryingout Declines came in wake of grow-
funeral notneed.
a program against Slovenes ing consumer resistance to high !I no an help flight. Other hurricane pictures appear ,,
!Inside the new Italian frontier price levels. Congressional investi- '
and appealed to Marshal Tito of I gations of high living costs and :,JatalL The Squire on Page 10.If _., s ,
says youns can'allways ,a.
Yugoslavia for "proudion.Tonight's ." 'orders for a Justice Department : tell how
inquiry into price trends in food. 4
I hot it Us by the size of the skeet- aP s
Movies :; clothing and housing. I ers what torment you when you'reworkin. '

.' BXAC1UMYarm. Otft t-u. J:Jl, 1.33. When its kinda cool like f

{.BOXY 7 3&.: 5 Variety 3i Olri. 1.3*. 3J1. ail, SKATINGREOPENING t J all you have to worry about is a .
t-M. S J7 i few flies an some bugs occasional- .
fAMEOAB<..lo, 730. t :30 1
'lY. but when its mid-Summer hotthem
CO4-OST. The a4 r.&II.., 2.".
4 |. V 2 4t. skeeters is plumb like a hawk

.ORAND. .*......:Ivmtwn.VMrae*121.3S. S 311.OS. 1.&>>21.. 10 151.tI. For Fall Season I the way they pester you.
ftlALTCfc DMT Pstr.ta 11, Ie. I 00.
10'".: TM V.r..*.. 100. J *. 5.33 I Tonight and Every Night I Daytena 8)e)TODAY'S cn and New TIDES Smyrna ....eftI P ." ,ac 't it'x

TOOUr 9 25 lUmeMrewb. 3 3S I 44. I.49. 8 to 11 Tides; Huh 11:03: a.m. sod 11:20: p.m.. r
1 .>.. the Baa*. 3 33. .... S 40. l' Except MondayCOLISEUM I Low 4:32: a.m. sad 5:12 p.m. ,
JRlY&-fIII: H.>...a.e.. Cecea Beach Tides HISS 11:13: BJB. sad
APOnCA- n. Westerner.CLMtMOirr I 11:30 p m.: Low 4.41 a.m and 5:22 "m.. -
DUhMoree: L4r.CtUkND Sebastian Inlet Tides: Hish 11:08 m.tl
!\ : Taraea aa* Ik* H.a'rrDRntA ". ;f sod 11:23: PJBLow: 4:37: am. and 5:11 1 V- ?; ;
: ...c.r F..... Tee HaorWinners. fI pjn. 7ri yW O.7
Sun pneeeM. Rues S'12: sets 8:23.:
*Carie n. *** lInN, ftan U Oklo- t tl ,LOCAL TEMPERATURES

enovrLAan. I 19+7S Maximum__ ___ 81} Minimum 73 ... .
a Riders .f he LOBS Star. berI9.7Sv.2I..w7lod1'riSal I..IIL u 'IS I J p.m------ 'fa iC
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f' Dear R.O.I 2..... __ 15 2 p.m. 19
: l-wii1. Daritoc ._.u...' I 3 a.IIL __-_ 1& 3 pm ___ 80I' ,
i LA KB WALKS' T.rsaa.M gas R..tre.a..F 4 a.m.r--- '17. 4 P.IIL 80
. LCKsauno; Cyaiata. rAW: Cams Oa a a.a. _-: .. 1' Ii p.... _.,-_... 80
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I C. ,", I 1920 sm.sm. 1& P.IIL 80'I I
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, MOUKT: DOA: ladles Mss, Hit Tne 'i6 I T pm. .--J.'i9
vs
, ....... 2122Ez526 .a am. ,8 : a p..... _-_ 79
gnnromnThe Waaaa 0. The Besck.PaiMCEM 27 9 a.1IL __ 'l1 9 P.IIL. 1a
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_NP,'. Holiday saris 10 ... 78 I .0 p.... ____ 11
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Owe CeIV .e.eT ,-930 11 .m. ,9 11 P." 11 ;
tt.CC'D: Loss R..erw.es. Ota dwtwrra 500. ____u___ 7S i MMaliht -- rr
hr.. I 1

VI A.aaRDtat....._.aura or TMM.Or 1 1947 October 19+7 TEMPERATURES HNI: ..., ELSEWHERE H,9n... Kay
wjxrtu MAW a...' Tk r.fl* .t r*.ita*. AOaau 81.. Loa Anreles 71 lilt
LAKILAKD rout: DM.rt PIt",. PAL- i Sun Mm tin VfeJ ?la KJ.f Atlantic C. 'IT 'i0 I Lou1sTUle It 63airminiaam
. ACE: KMlM 'M L.*. Trtll. 0.d'S I at 10 Merldus 86 59enaa
CMBtrr. LA&&. Tntw Tt.U. Relay 1234 .a 51 New Orleans 119 n !
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15.40DAr7cPA I Chin. 110.. 'Iew' York "It 63C1retand

1*_ TWki au"ll nXXtUlA: EMPIRr; Tb Mo1h.V H*raw -, 5, 6 7 8, 9 10 11 1 Draper H 118 5'1 69 8t.PlUlaclfolph1a Loll& 83 110 Ii 6fIDoot..u ;
.... OATTOfl: T.a....... i ... 11263 I Sap AaLoule tl5 69plg1 j
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I c Glass For All PiAOiCH : o 'ONLY THREE OF US LEFT AND WE'RE. DRUNK!' .I

r ILLISOIS .
1 MIR10R ruin GLASSJ Inc.Scrrinc cuss J"
Belle. Glade's
Escape
Florida Slat IMSj ISSt:1.UX:: Miraculous! f ff

\j DtstrOwlor 75 TT. rw Si. ra.siu, L BLOCU I f f
I Tea thousand persons fled by Southeast of l '
I tram and automobile from their Holopaw.: several auto r I .
I tmuckIar.rs the flood-menaced refugees bad stopped to it
ALLEN HACK ,I around Lake Okeecho- wiches. They strongly 1
her-urri.'ied lest the storm repeat against any attempt to
the 1923 catastrophe in 'Glades area declaim : 1+ .
MARKET
M I which 1.500. were drowned by four inches deep was ... ,
1 I'I wind-blown water. Thursday cLs-: the dike and mounting :::L j & -" .; I t
': patch. Belle Glade: streets. : i-- .
:
At Ft. Pierce, where : :
I I, CHARLES MCtSTHOr'a : '
Hkl M.
I ;.- ',' Se : -" V -* to the railroad station ;
W. CHURCH : = : -5 ef z = f
418 i 1 n.Cnported to have : i
With the residents who
remained train: an engineer : j
: in BeHe Glade: center of the cut-off l.r.e serving .
PHONE 2-0515 this Tef etable empire, an Orlando table kingdem said the 1 : ;.
Morning Sentinel photographer ,
and reporter, rushed down in case _
HEADQUARTERS FOR THRIFTY( SHOPPERS" disaster occurred: waited while the : !
huntrang roared by with terrific Overells Rest _
force but which did comparaavely : tH'his.Hose
NU-MAID GRADE AOLEO lade damage. Mi4bies' are ,.

smashed Planes and and one tossed hangar about were at Defense Case it's tasy,to,sets '1b ateri j ustlove its t r

Belle Glad Airport but otherwise eo I ere tmf-riche@av+or,, j1ti-dite Houseaf s
BLrON the city, still rat off from added vitamin "
pure Dj help, jai tech '
communication with the outside SANTA ', Cat rtPJ
world, was in good condition Louise OvereO. 18, and her E stronger arms and kg Sbetter teeth. This is the
POUND POUND yesterday when the only heart. George IBudl G press delegation present for the
I
storm deported.ConxLuons rested their murder trial f ,by real umhine7Ask"iour doctor about whole

still were such that yesterday with testanoay ,soma J healthful, thrifty\White Howe Milk; i J ;a
29
69, no accurate estimate could be obtained case of dynamite was found v1
: u to effects en the early fathers garage two :! ,. 1t 1
Pail bean crop: or celery, leacLn; the family yacht Hew up t heirs on e otter j
vegetable products cf the area or her father and mother.Robert : I
on Held corn the new hope of the H. Sandon. t I 1I
SUGAR CURED SMOKEDHAMS GIades bat heavy rams f cSowuuupcn uty sheriff and defense TAIL '"'
Summer-long high want tor testied that he
; were regarded with Tory great dynamite at the conclusion : CANS k I
:OR niacin in the ixm.ectica. testimony, the defense : !1
t49'WESTERN The farther north we drove on it was resting! ; six a sir. touts a /
tint rslArrttt
p rte lot +
Road IS the more southbound Questioned by Defense 's
autos. we encountered presumably Otto Jacobs. Landon said t ;S ; I Iy
::any p* them CClltaUJjCg: the: oo Mirth S1. two weeks
same passengers who crowded thehighway the yacht blew up at its : j
northbound early Wednesday port Beach anchorage, he j I
merry as we sped toward the explosive at the I
CLUB T.BONE OR SIRLOIN what:: was believed to bet Lie, home at Fhntndge.
D : .t cf createst expectaile damage Sandon said he took the jt3 ,
STEAKS mite about 10 miles from w tw.es was air t
,1& 49ci As far north as Okeechobee a mountain community in u.r., A'sta.' n,..w*rile.a.t Fresh Cal,
City. at the opposite end of the gees: County and buried
i STREAK LEAN great lake from: Be e Glade, s:.-ns said he dd this because< : ", DATES 27cI
WHITEBACON cf a terrific downpour and heavy fense dd not want to get ; ......
winds and after mit to keep dynamite in a F
were seen the ...
lated area, and let the baskets
i 39c intervenes m.Vs, largely u: mhabited. :
,1& streets in St. Coud were know it had found the Fresh Frcit and Yegelablss! Thompson Seedless
I found to be full cf water although

(t SMOKED little Near wind BeZe damage Grade: was the reported.lend of President Insh I ta8aafarpbe] Grapes ........ 2 I&s 250

I Lake Okeechcbee rose to a maximum 'Tomorrow Prunes 2 Ibs 27c
SAUSAGE 29c :: :Q feet aga.r.st the great To uuuu c. S.NelWhite:
,1& I dike ccnstructed: after the 1923catastrophe
but after the w'.ndhaLged Weighty Eilia Panty Potatoes .... 10 Iks 42c
z 100% PURE GROUND c it dropped to 13.05 feet.
Local residents seemed eonrinced ABOARD CSS Celery ..large stalk 15c F&1K7 CtiJe.Wnne1lDdid4JU
at last that the S1I million Tanned by the sun. and
-
iBEES L ib, 29c barrier effects ii capable of any of storm.withstanding U Pres, S. Truman tomorrow win from return the : : hUnr Tomatoes...Ib box 16c

t : Here hurricane winds were reported terse: conference to face an ?elder Gaga
i VEAL to have reached: 'a maximum mulation. of foreign and Apples ._ 2 Ibs 27c
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i Telocity of 99 rrSes problems. Beans 2 l&s. 39cLettuce
an hour. i
'i but their The -mighty Mo,- "' ::: Califrn4 .
average Telocity
was putdown Iceberg
: : CHOPS 39c :i at 60 miles an hour only boarded week ago Sunday g
some 40 miles: from receiving. the acclaim cf B. hd 15c Dews ?
where
: ''U.e; heart of away the storm swept is due hi Norfolk before .., ___.__ Ige ,Honey .. each 4 c
being out of sight: of lad
!!
across the State front Ft.Laader- '
i.. LU'CEOl"PDt McGRATHS 'I I since it pulled out of SW.\.V FLOATING

I F SUDS....... 29c dale.At Belie told yesterday Glade police mornirg station that sestet Janeiro.Mr.daughter. .and, Margaret Mrs. Truman and SOAP ----.2 meu' bars 1 190 h7

BEANS "you may be able to get out ta of the White House D'D'S
the North, but not in other1dnwtion. 4f
any transfer: at Norfolk to the ] SWAN FLOATING
'Lucr; 'I ." E4Ts
'"
2" In Tmat Faux Flood waters extended as far the denial erase yacht to Waslungton.WiIiams SOAP bar 16 1 ;:: MQR- '-
:
VEL Ige
as the eye could reach along the13t..i'e 'o
i
............ vrahaasbury is due to dock ------------
: road between Bee Glade Washington Navy Yard Sa lz z tie;
t 3 T..u.L29c and Pahokee,
and an Australian
LCX: TOILET: C&Y I
f
lAKe pine tree was down about every w'f 39 k I
ocr.ACO29c :200 feet with automobiles dnvtzg Hudson SOAP 1/C c
2 bars
.... over the thn tops at the vestheary ___h.no kILl/fr I
4C-OZ. winds lessened
CAN perceptibly New Model Auto
M north Pahokee.
o
YORr fS- \
rAUlOm"Z Then John T. Piehott chairman DCTROrr TAP The t ; .
fb TOMATOI, of the American Legion Mater Car Co. & FLAKES 3n" AR ge .$
SOAP. iJ" disaster committee pointed to a night that it will close its _.Ige pkg n E X l
reg. 125C/
I Palm Beach County newspaper assembly lines today to a a UCD / !
. :. JUICE report of plans of Bed Cross a changeover to a new : Ivory ToDd S6fli/ ee k
.. workers to leave for the 'Glade. scribed by A. E. Ban, 19C to
S Pi'r 19c adding dryly "they never ah.wedap' ;as automobile"entirely ever different: -frc SOAP __ 2 IRed. bars ftGe t.IJSH 's

19c He and Rep. B. EZiott. acting Few details of the new Octagon .
chairman: of the fecal Red Crossdlaasitr were disclosed but Ban ) SOAP POWDER 2ZC ij 'k
committee ejected eraeuattcn would have a tower center of ____ _
S SOApTfor 23c' efforts with fine cooperation icy than any; other : Giant $ package FROZtNfz4ir ,
NAOMI from railroad and telephone and that it would be only .0 to-, t
officials. Piehott said. feet from the ground to Cashmere Bouquet FISH JTLliETS: ***JtJlh.h.. .._
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CREAM STYLE '' He estimated that SO per cent TOILETSOAP 2 bars 23 C Yl'
of the Pahokee population left the Haddock
Davenport Resident Whiting
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SOAP2forl9 CORNLEANSER Wednesday morning estimate was Dies After AccidentKXS3ZMMHC Rear Fate 25c 16s) 35c\\ w.it. 3lc Cod IlL 3SC

to 50 80 per per cent cent, this by total nightfall.Heading was.raised -e' .. ersado M.-q TISSUES 440 shisMarral
-Aaron H. Trader Wester.<
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2 $ 29cFIRM end every of hand Lake regarding Okeechobee.the southern pital morning from at what the coroner Kissimmee< TEA Package NAPKINS er Sf y ROASTING p Daa: CHUCK ROAST '
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as head injuries
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TOMATOES 12
nules north of Intercession StkibY1cLARD
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Stone, is serving with the ]'[ Jt .
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No. 2 can 2$ Stew, lb. ... .. _. .29c 'II. Stokely Cat Green
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BAKING RED SNAPPER .:.. _Ib. 39c I
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Peaches Spare'Ribs, JELLIES I1ne faDria>>
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Dressed 8t Drawn Seymour I
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3 Ibs. 39c : Tidy HouseSandwich ... r .t,. r 111 r
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= 5' Red Gold TomatoJUICE J
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,I p.;.toes, lOlbs. 43c j \\0 1. :

li' 3-lb.Jar 1.05

Golden,Banta..Iarada Corn 4 Ears 25 1 !I .1 SPRY iJ.t! \

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\ Daisy New Red Bliss l & _
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Allsweet Eggs, doz. __-_________69c: Grapes, 2 I Ibs. ___...__25c .It.. : .S.. I lfJ $r.".'. \ .ft ,
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I II !. Better Citrus Market Seen in Wake Of Storm I .. All-Wool Asphalt and 9x12 15" widths.Tile Carpeting All-Wool: B. C.:Carpet and t7U DGreeps* se-- and rwMen em$32.50'f.face.i*-



I On tinned from Pace 1] bulky fruit helped make the difference it-. that orange and grapefruit so long" he explained. "The duration Jack Rogers who manages t growers in all citrus-producing i Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid cad Battleship linoleum. '
I f 1 losses were almost negligible.Why of the high velocity, gusty about 1.000 acres of groves in the 1 areas asking a prompt report on ;! Sink Top Rubber.3 ft width.Corrugated Rubber
i capes the wrath of the wind in 1 Elsewhere along the approximately there weren't five grapefruit winds this time which lasted St. Lucie County area agreed : conditions in their localities but j
*o far as being driven to the I 130-mile citrus strip from tree blown off by the nearly 24 hours-dealt our grapefruit grapefruit losses may run as highas he did not expect replies before Runners black and maroon 3 ft. width. Grass
.ground Is concerned.Bat i, Daytona Beach to Stuart. crop hurricane per period and practically a terrible blow.I 60 per cent of the total crop. i late today. Rugs, all sizes.AMERICAN .
Indian figure between 60 and 70 percent "Anywhere from 35 per cent to 60 I Many Industry members doubted
grapefruit .n the damage estimates varied. no oranges"be said.But we had : RUG AND LIHQ1EUH
River from was different. Vero Beach. 14 miles north of. occasional gusts of wind as high of my grapefruit are, on the per cent or more" he reported whether a comprehensive report GO.
ground. after a morning tour of some of I would be ready before the marketing I' Iff-21M ,
Much of It wa a few days or Fort Pierce. reported preliminary:| as 50 miles an hour. The steady 'cCaarty 862 North Orange Are. Pb oct mat 2dIH"BC"II
M refused to hazard a his grapefruit groves. agreement committees meet
week from maturity. It was ,estimate of 50 per cent destruction!!< wind velocity was in the neighborhood -
dollar and cents estimation of the Highest estimate of
grapefruit
heavy with juice. It went to >of grapefruit with from 10 to 15 i iI 1 of 25 to 30 miles an next Tuesday.
loss because as he explained damage at Ft. Pierce came from Evans said it will be impossibleto
the ground when the winds I cent destruction of oranges j That's suffered I
per hour. why we
south of Fort I I growers still hadn't had a chanceto |Frank Rails grove owner who op- determine the full extent of the EADACHETABLETj
track. Stuart. 20 miles | hardly any loss at aiL"The really in their f Dwight Rogers in the Jast
Lucie''I get deep groves|posed damage for several days. "We :
There was much talk that the Pierce, strung along with St. situation was very much and see conditions there.becauseof Congressional campaign. He said have no information from the sections i,
for its'
buffeting of the winds would cause 1 County damage estimates the reverse around Fort Pierce high water. Ft. Pierce had six from 80 to 90 per cent of grape- I that were hit the worst. :
many thousands of boxes of oranges lighter citrus acreage.I where roof-tops and trees took inches of rain between 8 am.Wed- fruit was lost. From fruit on the ground. It NOW ON THE MARKET: I
to fall during the next few I I Melbourne where the Intensity almost as bad a beating from the nesday and 8 a m. yesterday.He The central section of the seven- looks as though the loss:: In P.ne* as
1I"ftb-trom internal injury-but ', of hurricane fringe winds fierce hurricane as did the West did observe however that million-box Indian River section, County will run to 10 per cent for \
this remained to be een. 'I I appeared to have ended their de- Palm Beach to Boca Raton area. the damage was costly this year said from one-third to twothirdsof j grapefruit. The orange loss appears Same Famous Formula -Same Fast Relic"BC" '-
It1 a belly blow some major struction. growers reported Near-hurricane velocity winds of in particular because of "the the heavy grapefruit crop was !I to be negligible. i Headache TABLETSare "
growers feared had wrecked as grapefruit losses estimated at 23 about 60 miles per hour with unusual quality of the It take "BC. Two taMeta: ,. _
crop. gone while from 5 to 10 per cent j In the upper Indian River section :
mueb or more haoe1th citrus,I,| to 40 per rent. gusts that approached 70. left a was the best I believe we ever of the lighter orange crop was from Cocoa north the here! Buy a handy tin of one powder. Both Mt quickly>
than the fierce: 1926 hurricane that And in the Cocoa. Merntt Island serious toll in the citrus groves. had." ruined. I grapefruit loss appears to be I Ifl i 12 from your dealer today. to relieve headacfiec, the
struck 21 years "'*0. and TitusvUle section at the'I A lengthy taxi ride through the ': W. A. Dunn a 300-acre Ft. Pierce Word from the Sebring and from 5 to.10 per cent Loss oforanges I You'll get the same famous pains of neuralgia sail minor
Hardest hit of the Indian River i I I northern most end of the Indian j 10-mile section" west of Ft.'grove owner estimated that grape- Ft. Mjers sections was scat- fl was negligible. Some t formula and the same fast relief muscular aches. "BC Head
territory was 40.000 acre St. Lucie:! River sector, comparatively low Pierce and heart of the county'scitrus fruit losses in his grove" mightrun damage can be expected from :
: tered but there too the loss in get with"BC" Headache ache Powder
I IoW"nerl you lOc & 25e.
Fort Pierce grove vivid
where furnished
County a
winds and comparably light citrus I acreage as high as 50 to 60 per cent. grapefruit was beaQ'ith orange salt water spray.
fear as much as 60 to 70 i losses were reported by Sen. J. J. picture of the havoc played with Although he agreed accurate esti- damage expected to show Orange.Lake and Polk Countieswere Powders.Tablet or powder "BC" Headache Tablet. 2W.I .
per been stripped from trees by howling reverses the trend in the south'em In grove after grove, and as far a few days yet because of high storm and very little fruit on the
wind Grapefruit constitutes the,1' most sector and goes stronger as the eye could see down each water that made forays into the Scarring and bruising internallyis I: ground has been reported there. I -- ---- --
predominant acreage in that area. for oranges by almost a 75-25! percent row, there was a literal carpet of groves almost impossible."Our expected to cost the entire cit- Some sections of Polk County
St. Lad County oranges j I ratio. "green softball-sized grapefruit biggest loss in the long rus belt. Including Polk. Orange however reported a five to 10 percent ,9/F'
the area. he added "may come from and Lake Counties far more fruit
far
weathered the hurricane in Parrish reported, after Inspecting covering run. grapefruit loss.
better shape, with only from leU several hundred acres of his John H. Evans Jr. of Mel- -loss of foliage from our citrus 1 I than first reports indicate. 0'S
!* per tent of the total crop and other groves at Titusville and bourne, said the loss to the grape- trees it was terrible. We may I' R. C. Evans manager of the
fruit the south end of have trouble holding Florida Citrus Commission dispatched -
considered lost. Smaller less in the Cocoa-Merritt Island Ticin- crop at next year's i TOYLAND70S le
Brevard County was from 25 to'''bloom because of the foliage lAnd 1 telegrams yesterday to.DPHDABl ,
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50 per cent and that the orange don't let anybody kid you. a p& i 1 i
loss was from 5 to 10 per cent. lot of that frtut still hanging on OraageAre. 1
MADE IN FLORIDA "We ban had a lot of saltwater the trees won't be top quality fruit.It KILL ROACHES I isr
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burn on these trees" he has been scarred up and roughed soaur
s SAVO BLEACHTry said. The loss could.be greater up a lot"LAKEFRONT Absolutely SURE WAV null:
unless have good bit of
we a
thwn end if you ore not For 69 YEARS nlclalsrs
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rain In the next few days. t
/; sctUfcd: they crt es good DREDGE I slrDntsa
liquid Dan McCarty of Ft. Pierce one Rid your borne andproperty
bieoch: or
5 V0 os Dray
starch Nave ever used. of the sections biggest growers F.U TOOT property anlcUy eeoosmc- of nastyroachesStearns'iasure
you 7 all?-DO trading necessary. Cost. a
i f -t-.: r'O'IlI'IOI'WY will bt funded. / said at noon yesterday after sur- third el hftOuHf. Free estimates. Drive death to rate,roaches YOUR e L 7
veying his groves that he believed | out or send post*!. .mice,waterbuo-They 1.11uca GROCER HAS -
RAYO LIQUID tidHno hurricane damage to them was as 'I WEBB DREDGING CO. I eat Steams' and die! a CANNIN6 SUPPLIES NOW '-'r'n
sT cM great or more, than that wrought,! maz t
1024 27th St. Orlaad FU. I
l I $1.00 at DrUGGISTS
STARCH, by the 1926 hurricane.l
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rsc.t:: Or'onrV, W ming Sentinel (H. R. Cloud well known Or- I
BOSTON Conduct of the af- landoan. Is vice president.] [
fairs of the Vacuum Foods Corp.. "Deficit financing: is not rood 177 $. Rosalind 50% Meat lOc
toy the present management is beIng for any company" Adams said. I I Content
challenged by a group headed His proposal was written follow-
by L. Sherman Adams. a Boston ing the annual report to stock-
broker and a director of the com- holders in which John M. Fox
"Where Customers Send Their Friends"-HomeControlled!
pany cince 1946. president said "negotiations fora
Adama says he VIU not be a loan of $600,000 with the Bank- SUXSWEET MEDIUM
candidate for re-election at the ers' Trust CoS of New York are
annual meeting of the stockholder under way to finance next sea-
today. son's pack. The loan would ma- WAR HIGH PRICES !
The mrrtinr will be held at ture Nov. 30 1948. and is contin- HAPPY ISLES on 18PRU2 IEbS
the home office of the corpora gent on the company maintaininga Ib 35c
tion In Becton and plenty of working capital position of OR ZIEGLER
fireworks are indicated. $600.000 and the obtaining of a
Adams is actively seeking: prox- subordinate loan of $800.000."
CHECK THE ITEMS IN OUR AD
fee from preferred stockholders "Debt of this type should be I
for the purpose of naming a committee funded. Adams claims.: "It is I
to refinance or reorganizethe the only way to put the companyon APPLESAUCE
f irm. a sound basis. It needs work- FOR JHONEST-TO-GOODNESS VALUES! MIRACLE WHIP
Adams proposes that Harvey C. ing capital of at least $1.290,000
Fruehauf Donald R. Hanson. and bonds should be sold to obtain
MYles U Mace, himself and an- this. PI.
other to be named by this group 'To borrow money from: .banks 31c QI 53cNo.
constitute the committee. The and agree to maintain a minimum LIMIT 4 CANS PLEASE! VAL VITA HALVES,YELLOW CLING
first three represent large hold- working capital is to place the
bars of the preference stock. company in a position where the
(The Vacuum Foods plant is bank could come in .and take all
located In Plymouth Fla.. and the Inventory. Adams said. CAMPBELL'S NEW PACK
there are many small stockholders: "This Is not sound financing." 2 CANS
In Florida.I Officials of the company were P EA C H ES No. 214 21 c TOM. SOUP
-- not available for comment on t" Con
I Adams' charges and his letter to 2 25c
PACK preferred stockholders.: I S,1 IOC
10A7 I However. Fox. in his annual report -
said "it is the belief of your I
IMtQ&UtCH directors that this is the best .
method of financing available at '
GOLD MEDAL _
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this time and that adequatefor
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your company to operate next

arJl f" I I I season.Fox "said "at the time of the
initial financing it was anticipated CON 0 MIL 191

.... ... .N od ,", I that company$2,605,500 would received be adequate by the to
1iI "-.; tll build the plant absorb any losses Margaret Ann Quality Young Tender "A" lean Hamburger, I Ib. _--_- ..35cLIBBY'S
Grade \\est .d\ ,
"" 5 incurred during the initial pro- FANCY PEACH
duction period and leave more ad- IN OUR SELF SERVICE CASE
Cut Chuck Roast I Ib 45e
Sq. ,
equate working capital for the fu- -
1I ture. ;; For Cooking Wisconsin
"The final cost of the original 16 loin Steak, lb.59c
plant however exceeded the estimate PRESERVES jaz' 23" Daisy Cheese lb. 5 C
and in addition it was .Club' Steak Ib __59c ..
deemed advisable to add certain I Bee f 'I
equipment and facilities over and Rib Steak, Ib. -59c59c Morrell Pride
above the original plans at a cost .48c
of approximately $650,000."As STOKELY'S FANCY CUT GREEN Sh. Steak, Ib. Bag Sausage, lb. ...
I a result approximatelys1,35oooo

plant and has equipment.been invested in I I BEANS No. 2 Can 15c Spiced Luncheon Sugar Cur'ed-4 to .. ...

I GO more Mr.than Adams'$725,000 letter in U.shows S.Treas-that Sandwich Meat lb. SSC Smoked Picnics lb.4"C
ury notes held in July. 1946, are I SPRY ,
gone accounts receivable are I ,
down about $75,000 and that Inventories I MOONKIST FANCY GRAPEFRUIT Western Smoked Boneless Rolled Oleo Dipped

'l ........ of It zero shows in have notes that increased against payable 400000.a on figured demand I I Ib. 37c; 3 Ib s. 99c JUICE 46-oz. Can ISc Beef Tongues, lb. ..396 Veal Roast Ib ......9C
J1l3S ::\
--- in 1946.nearly$750,000 now !
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f rf r / search, a subsidiary Corp.. which of National transferred Re- I OLEO OLD.GLORY PORK AND L A M B Square Shoulder Cot Ib 49c HENS, lb. _._.............58c
140.0CO shares of
stockto
common Shank and

:yQ The subsidiary.Adams'statement. gives the I Ib. 29C BEANS No. 2 Can 1I!t For Stew it29c FRYERS, lb. .........680
company current assets of $799-
e 000 time as last against year.It .$1,175,000 the same Grade "A" Heavy Western Corn Fed Steer Beef
shows current liabilities of U.SIRLOIN
$792,232. as against $80,000 a I' Reba Brand.No. z,cans STEAK, Ib. .......................""...r/9C
year ago.This I' JUNKET
.
eeL'1i leaves a net working cap- cans..25c
ital of $6.786 against $1,095,531 ,i TOMATOES, 2 RENNET POWDER Assorted _

a'year A'rumor ago..that, : John Hay Whitney ,,I Heinz Fancy Tomato; Rennet For Making Custards Delicious lOc SLICED COLD CUTS, ((6 Varieties) Ib. 39c
has acquired a sizeable block
of the preferred stock"is mislead- I KETCHUP 14-oz. bot ..... -25CZigler's
ing. Adams said. "A check of -- JUNKET
the stock: records does mot show
that it is true. j I ,28-Oz.Jar RENNET TABLETS LIMIT CANS PLEASE! BLOSSOMTIME

U. S. PAPER BANNED I APPLE BUTTER jar ........29CHunt's For Making Rennet lie
VIENNA. Austria [API It 'was Custards and Ice Cream I TALL CANS

,' a Sy4et officially the Wiener announced Kuner.yesterdaythat Ameri- I I Fancy .2St WOODBURYFACIAL M I L ( for 2 7jPEACHES

,...s.'..t..r C.. can-sponsored in German had newspaper been banned printed in f j No. 21 canKonnty ......... I 3
Romania. SOAP
1 Kist ,
, bars > : --- -. --
2
19c lc
ASPARAGUS, picnic can ...

V-C' Brand .
:
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a GUAVA JELLY, 15-oz. jar 21c

fI3 No., 1 MICHIGAN

BEECHNUT v BORDEN'SSTARLAC POTATOES CELERSTALK Y

.BABY FOOD Sm. 121C Lge. 30c

k1t Strained Sic 12c Junior I Mb. pkg 30e: 10 LBS 36c 7c

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i Armour's Star Corned HARDHEAD FANCY ICEBERGLETTUCE

BEEF HASH, lb. can .. ____25c 2 bars lc'Rinsol CABBAGE _
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No. 2H Silver Floss lie LB. Sic' :2 HEADS 27c

E KRAUT ......-...........-........
I \\k,7 uuIz .


vI 0 BAB-0, regular cans ..........1 Ie Sm.. 12-tec Lge.30c YELLOW ONIONS 3 LBS. 19C I

j Llbby's Fancy

TOM. JUICE, 47-oz. can..27C FIRM RIPETOMATOES GEORGIA

TOLxcti 4 {'
With Snaps IAP YAMS

.FIELD PEAS no. 2 can I5C
,
Trellis Brand 2 bars 17c 2 LBS. 25c 5 LBS. 35c

GUDAHYS PURITAN SUGAR PEAS no. 2 canlOCSmall RED TOKAY GRIMES GOLDEN OR ROME


Whole GRAPESLB APPLEST
IRISH POTATOES 2 IOC
no. can ...

ues, IOC Lge. Bar iSc : lOc 3 LBS 27e:

TOM. .___...............
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i 1C JgUcTTEg In Fresh FU. Grade *U*Large

( RUBBING ALCOHOL, pint ....... sac I? sf* sf* O DoenU 7Se
SCHOOL DAY IUKCH IDEAS U l9 la Cartons
\ 14-Oz.Bottles Sun Blend !
:: Boca* U*
:. 1 above M it ttus Ubau..r.iW..4aYOr.DOUrW tempting. dish that youngsters-_ :3Io" : CATSUP, 2 for __________________35C
*"*, food balanoa.gacoa :
.
-J* en. Strips: of Puritan Bacon e f y
wrapped around hamburgers placed in large muffin tins ;
and baked. Make a big hit at lunch or any meal ; wfi
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Notice the golden roodnqps of Cadahy's Puritan ; /
: Bacon as it cooks. Sniff the delicious aroma that comes : PIE CRUST BISCUITS /
from aurar tuning and fragrant hardwood smoking. : 1 8 ezP
Then UU a cntp.tender stop...see what sweet mild : 8
: : flavor. Yet.Cwdiby's Ptxitan Bacon rates A-PLUS be- _- BOX 1Sc -IP BOXt1r1nnb lSc
I : sue of its ph. in flavor and tendemeasfCUDAHY : I a
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II Community Club Aid Told j I BREMERIIWEN.GI Wires Style-Starved Germany! ; I Tired Kidneys t(

[API Wives of U. S. occupation: Often
I Looking for a job? Resident members are women soldiers here have been clamor- BringSleepless
Mrs. E. J, McDermott executive I between the ages of 17 and 30 ins for passes to the docks when i! !
who moderate -sala-
secretary of the Young Women's years earn passenger ships arrived from Nights 1
ries. Two house mothers one inI _
Community Club has listings in I each building, offer guidance to home.they now Officials_knew why said: The yesterday wives Doctor uy ywar kidney eoBtsiaof 15 mild ..,taV't .I gar. .
WALGREEN'S her office at 117 Wall St. of 17 the women who come in contact
Unrtabe or filter whirli help to panfytteblood
are style-hungry and want to .
I with the club. Among the activities aDd keep bahh,.Whem they
positions available now for Or- how Icn roe gettired
see skirts
? look on aM don t writ right la tk.d7ttm 7wJ I /s
club ,
lando of the are parties dances -t 1 ''
women. a
women just from
arriving the nuy people ha* to cctvp nifhU.
15 W. PINE These listings are a part of the picnics, Softball games swimming I United States. or Kuty passage*witk martin*and= l
club's newest service-a free em-( meets banquets and educational .o etime..howg there is ometfcuv wrong t'awIl
I lectures."I with your kidneys or bladder.DoBt neglect "
ployment agency.Mrs.McDermott l1
tils coaditioa and lo.e.al 1-
W believe every Orlandoan -I svb.ndi.orderef kidney unction permit
ANOTHER SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED!! should be aware of the fine serv- IF VITAMINSDON'T ,, poiso ou*mater to remain ill your. bleed it;
ma.alaoe&llM aaggin b&ckacbe rhnmatia I
Ices offered by the Young Women ; BUCK YOU UP pains leg pains loss of pep and enerq.w .
\ '. 's Community Club." Mrs. Mc- nnvadct; the eyes,betdachetI
VALUE "" ;
$5.64
l if Dermott said. I try NUXATED. IRON I Don twutl Art year druggist for Data's .. rlt 1t
,
Wbm jvur doctor mw ynt a Butf SAVE! CUBAN SAVE! dnnn. t brio.: .he tri'''.a' 'lj'r ar.fsaa..lak.I by millions for over f$years.Doan'.*IY.
The Roman Colosseum was inaugurated !c. If t (Bins d l burl' >o*, u. try happy relief and win help tin IS mile of
XrXATED IRON h' Ito bu -| a.n u1; fv Kidney tab flash .
by Titus in 80 A. D., clip IB Tour bloat Fn fnl .i hkmd'nsni ** eat .nowu\e from
and probably seated between 40.- i .< .t. ta fed Jttst; wondfrfal.. jk.w. M\i XAT DIN your blood.Get Dota".Yrs.
'aNef. ke "= .de. 6 a'-
BACARDI ? 000 and 50.000 people. mar Eat BM toil a.lowed OB. Ui*= 1 I I
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EXACTSCIENHCompounding
.i.j'< i
2 YRS. OLD PRIVATE

BLENDEDWHISKEY STOCK _
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L.- _
y- a prescription _
WHISKEY ; -- ,(", is an exact science. There tin be no missiles
I I 1 1
no errors. Your kil b teen Pharmacist assumes t

PINT 4.5 QUART I III." '.-.... .. this resrooubility is part of his |Ob, For abe _

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solace assurance of correct compounding: .

$4.35 $2,69GOLD !* rate jour next prescription to U'llgreen.t: ON SAL t ,uT
MRS. E. J. M'DERMOTT THURSDAY ORANGE. AT PINE r', i.7"O
tells of club work. FRIDAY"'r wt 'M.T
YOU CAN ALWAYS SATURDAY "'t Usually" Costs less at Wogreen's"17e / c;-ANTTES -,
RELY ON YOURWAIGRECN _
.: PINCH BOTTLE MEDAL stressed the fact that the emp'oyment -
service is not restricted to PHARMACIST
HIGHLANDLIQUEUR 90 PROOF I club women but is open to the
public.
: Another service of the Young -
I Women's Community Club is its
dining room which serves luncheon -

86.8 Proof $ .39 GINs3. I s days to a city week business from 11:30 women s-in.six to : :
Z 1:15 p.m. at 122 Hall St. 10'
/
4.5 Quart ___ I-IQuart "We want Orlando working BORIC a !
women to enjoy a healthful ap- I''
\
petizing meal without paying: inflated ACID .. I CARD I i
PUERTO RICAN prices. The dining room is
operated as a service to them not POWDER I 0F30 \ I ;
as a money making proposition
i f Mrs. McDermott said.
BACARDIMINIATURES The clubhouse has an emergency (Limit t).. Limit*!Oder25C / k I BOBBY PINS IIS"
bed fat girls and women who SQUIBBDental
I With CbvpoA
a This Cream I
t Is an Agency Of it

IA. Your Community Chest Large Calces 223ctcbes I two; Z foc lie I

2FOR2C .. .. ..
;. may become stranded in the city. IVORYSOAP
\ During the past year 275 tran- f
sients have been accommodated. s
f la Bond 100 Proof 5 Trs. The purpose of the Young .
\\1 KENTU BOURBON ho.aS4.95 Women's Community Club. Mrs. 2 27C '
1' McDermott said. "is to maintain 21c ALCOHOL c
I ; home for girls and women of
\I STORE HOURS I'I'a County where council and (Limit 2) TWO : 11

WEEKDAYS 10 A.M. to 8 PJVL SAT. 10 AJA. TO 9 JNL I I will a program be given.of The activities duo I r == Reasons RUBBING COMPOUNDPINT (Limit .
,
to meet their needs spiritually
physically mentally and morally. /or a
\ ." P NKHAM'S BRIGHTERSWfLE S
The club is governed by; an PALMOLIVE F
cCOMPOUND
,\ executive representative and advisory and boardof civic- VEGETABLE v : 3 0 23

i i minded women. It occupies: two SOAP REGULAR BAR (Limits o. R
DRUG STORES buildings and has a capacityof
35 resident member Every S/JS/ Size DR. WEST'S
room is filled at all times and 83c
1 there is a large waiting list. I i (Limit I) Mirace Tuft NewMiracle SOc WOODBURY

,
TOOTH TOOTHBRUSH c60C
} 2 7.

PASTE SHAMPOO-Cocoanut Oil Castile (Limit t) .. ,
LMei i ALKA- with Exton Large tub

SELTZERTABLETS '
C 39C


Tube 27r

of ... c Large Box at 1 1J] O O e e e 0 0 o. r


i
v Look To WALGREEN'S for LOWER PRICES on Carton of

PHILLIPS .r 50 BOOKMATCHES :
HOUSECLEANING NEEDS '
MILK OFMAGNESIA 7 ;


IN SEARS '. _MILORD- Set 98c Pact 27c 2I25C:

WORK CLOTHING sac- slle.39c GILLETTE1Pc. KITCHENTOWELS RUBBER (Limit Z) ;

RAZOR ,
f
with 5 =- i
III J 250 _
Btddes. GLOVES 1 lb.
Sir
ME N WORK I7x34-i e : '; :
NORRISVARIETY
COLGATE > 7SCT : re.h s : _- -
FatR t, 19c : ;
COVERALLS I : y
DENTAL .
=
Bleached- = = (Slight !-1. CHOCOLATES t
CREAM xemtaed seconds) aGiant '
liz Sanforized Durable a ,t
1 $1.75 '
I 41 c
Tube...
4.98 ea. f \ ALKADENE Fist Allclizer! 39c MAGI-KLEEN 24 oz. .--- 130 I


BON AMI POWDER .....13C II LARGE BAR j
Earned work cults to take plenty I 5c BLET4S5c 1-oz. shaker t i
}
of wear with double-stitched Men Covert 0T1u25be OCTAGON

main warn Heavy bar tacks Work PIPE DRANO FOR DRAINS, 1%.... an ......21 c
at points of strain. Button fly Pants I

i fronts.pockets-for Conveniently every carrying placed need. v 2.39 CLEANERS 1 DOLPH MOTH CRYSTALS, 16-0z. .ot.59c c IS-oz Corboca- SOAP I:
Suntan and Olive drab twill or f for
SOAPLESS:
2 15c
;- blue denim. Sizes 34 to 16.Men's i Limit III 1 "
HCB.raited weartir. covert wwk 2C BUG PI Z Eli WITH DDT, Bounces.: ..33C LATHER: '
r.--- puts for raitrd work. Bar taekrdI

i 1 prI T M t.suaia 44. Matchiaf potau Oxford Hun .trey. l.SK clor. I2c MOTH BALLS Dolph, lo-oz.' ......... gc .RUGS Clesns .. ,49C

..
r- I r STORK '

MEN'S QUALITY BRUSH ,BUYS CASTILE

WORK o t SOAP
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Shirts ;; '".-. -' \V.I9"HAIR;12 MORLEY"BRUSH Va/vef/ 5b 2 R 25c


It Disinfects WINDEX .MAGIC-MISr Sel'I.Po1ishinK
NYION 429 INSECT BOMB JOHNSON'S
Short Sleeve Pants 2.89Work bnstleg 1 CLOROX for Windows I 1
BLEACH SPRAYS DDT GLO-COaT

Shirts & in 7 Morley 13c.133C "9 Floor pel- e.cS
QUART
Here's a combination for the 22 ... 17C sarpf0':! uh. Pr. LmffedSappIY
1 1.49 I man "'horollrbs it"Indoors of +" gHAND NAIL &:, bottle 75c Valut
a .t .. .
out at play or on the job. 1 'y'' -
shag .... I ,: Shirt of sturdy drill cloth with \-.>. '. : BRUSH
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.r aWrta stale w _4j BEAUTIFUL
two pockets. Pants of sturdydrill .
so rEzdIeftoiJ6tDM.1e.a1llWola .
C. e.mf.eb Wooden %
.t =... -.t'...:. =....oar.. DwtM. cloth; bartacked. In suntan -=- tack 23C"' GREEN
... rw.. Man .mrtimm aa4 or blue. Pants., sizes 2$ to
t 44. Shirts Wi to 1:. D
CUP
j MOTS WORK CLOTHING-1st FLOOR t = :6-.incI&Handle. TONI HOMEPERMANENT SHill BITE LU5TRE- ,

DOBSOM
.= CREME SAUCER

f "S o _.' / _BATH BRUSH COLD WAVE IITOUTFIT SHAMPOO
pdZm$x ed CCAIK .7146 Seato Seat* -.- HUM439'.. Save With Coops

strip . 1" 125 $1.5 0 4-or. .. $1.ar. [Limit r
4aar'r'w
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I PAINTING I Ta. Few Dobbs. Truss II 4iff.,..L

i ,) Treason Charged To Soldiers in Czechoslovakia !r i "AUTO ler that NEW CAR LOOK" I II OIL BURNING FURNACESMAX LUGGAGE & UTILITY !\ .c.. ..btlilrtt....lac. Uppic trplttpiDcbl .r..pu"r'T lie "
itr nsLA V Youths To Hear Dr. Dendy HOURDAYWEEKComer Jtf Hitkable, taaiur Far FREldemofistratio
A.
Cue :
holovakia I SAM JONES .
.
the treason In a plot against the I T. RICHARDSSINCE I Garland & Colonial Dr. ire writ ar pbep_ 0 a
The Slovak soldier PUNT AND BODY SHOP I fbe Dobbs Trot. II CarvMaa C L
hare I country the Slovak State defense 8.W. Cor. Garland aDd U*no. UASU 2.IM1 I TELEPHONE 9348 Hours 9 ta J. Pbo. 2.miBright ..
.jet0_arrested and charted with ,ministry said last night. I Speaking on the subject. The Ministerial Assn.. will present a Phone C2S N. ORANGE PHOSE I .
Bible quiz. l I ,
Allurements of Life Dr. MarshallC. will feature the
Deware
Stan
THREE GOOD REASONS WHY I Dendy. First Presbyterian musical portion of the program
; 'Church pastor will address the playing his marimba and saxophone -
City of Orlando and Utilities Commission Choose ((20)) New I'Orlando Youth for Christ rally Miss Florence Kilmore will i I

j I Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the First, accompany A singspiration at the and piano.refreshment Metal Light Up These Glamorous Neiv Fall It

FEDERAL :Baptist Church. I'period will be held following the
: In the first Preachers' .Night i rally from 9 to 9:30 p.m., at the t
MOTOR TRUCKS i program ever held by the local I J. G. White home on Lake Jennie
rally Dr. John Branscomb. First i Jewell. 22 Gatlin Ave.
J I Methodist Church pastor, will act I The Youth Council, with Miss I
Economical Dependable Tough i as master of ceremonies and the Edla Swaidmark as chairman will
f Eee r. Sir'. ".- RaJ' Available Now 114. %. Zh. 3 Ton I Rev. Fayette L. Hall. pastor of meet at Morrison Cafeteria Satur-
+ N i College Park Baptist Church, will day at 6 p.m. for a supper meeting -
ORLANDO WDERMTTRUCK co. direct the singing. All Council. members are 1 I
: Dr. Paul Carpenter Central .urged to attend. Committee appointments t 1J. .
'It nEST ROBINSON AMI. Christian Church pastor and will be announced.
president of the Orange County The personal work discussion : :
i I group, led by Ben \isser, will be
held at 7 p.m. in First Baptist

/l5SJWKKI tE$ 1I asked Church ticularly: to All be Council present.young members people,par-are 4 See These Beauties Now! Pick Yours}\ I


Miss Evelyn Marks of the Coun-
3J RBSEY'SDAIRY
I cil has been named to handle details -
of the school attendance con-
rR test and will preside over the roll SIZES I
Q4 / call of schools at the Saturday
IIiiktd rally. Seniors and juniors of Or- 7-90
; lando Senior High School are 9 to 15; J.tq
with
leading in the OHS race
I= School hold- .
Memorial Junior High ,
ing a slight lead over Cherokee Y 12 to 20;
Junior High School in the junior v.
high struggle. Leading the gram- 1 18 / to 24J Y2;
go-everywhere
1" mar schools by one point is Marks It Smooth-lookinq
FEED I'f I Street School. casuals of rayon gabardine-one
: j j The Alliance Church retainedits 38 tO 52 and two-piece styles. Dressierfrocks
leadership over First Baptist
'e"" ( with nailheads, bits of
Church in the church attendance
QUALITY SAVINGS lIOL15HIlIL contest, while Central Bible r metallic embroidery, sequins to
." I Church went ahead of the Alli- catch every gleam of light on
JOO'&s.' ance in the percentage race. fine black and dark rayon y
i I Distinctively new with
1,. DAIRY FEED 20% 4.60 Grotto Meets TonightMaster crepes.rounded hiplines below the ''

DRIER & FRESHENING 4.15 of Ceremonies Harold N waist drapery, unpressed pleats
Lang of the Ormazd Grotto last b extending into longer' fuller
reminded members of the
night
CALF MEAL 25 Ibs. 1.84 6.35 meeting at 8 p.m. in the Masonic skirts. They're dramatic flattering t '
Temple when plans will be made feminine. 5.
for the annual picnic slated for
J f Qi 1 pjn Sunday. 4
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HOG RATION 4.87 P
ntt.s
SCRATCH GRAIN 5.65

LAYING MASH 2Q% .. 5.35 y Here! New- FINELY DETAILED } t

GROWING MASH to 5.40 .......... No back breakSNlIfWIN. Breezy Black 0 SheersFASHIONWISE
Fall HatsNew
ing work I No
BROILER MASH 20% 5.50 WII.UANS neck-breaking Iii-, .

.( ALL MASH STARTER 20% 5.65 RESEARCH falls I Without LIN.X
I rubbing 2.98
: MASCOT DOG FOOD, 25 Ibs. 2.05 7.75 WAX gives you a handsome
hard finish. Underwritm'Lab.oratories 5.90
s i
have proved it! as tomorrow! Lavish ,
L SPECIAL DISCOUNT 1000 ''bl. OR MORE '
I, trimming and deft drop- .., 1

a LIN-X WAX dries .ing achieve a flattering, 5 / Here's proof that high-style and good
"within 20 minutes 98 rt new bulkiness. Cloce-fit- taste can be yours for little money! Fine
MILL PRICES after it.
spread
MILL FRESH you
. Gives floors a gleaming ting, elegant! t black sheers with double tiers, peplums.
.wear resistant F 1KING side drapes some frosted with white
SE T$4[ FST11105F shine! Quart t Lots of Gay Feathers fee f organdie touches some with rayon

? i tured on these new Fall ._-satin applique. Misses sizes.

S SOLD AT a hats! 3.98-4.98
r rrul Grocery Drug Hardware, Paint GUSTAF V, soon turnmc
rr
I I' II. r Variety and Department Stores 90 but sail spry, felled two bul
FLOUR & FEED STORES. l elk! $ and a heifer with threE
/ 'shots on the first day of hi
433 West Church Phone Z- 937 THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co.
ORL INDO. FLORID I present hunting trip in Centra
.,. DIRECT m OM MILL TO YPu. Sweden, it was disclosed yester
Ph. 8186
434 N. Orange
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Seminole Friday, September 19, 1947 .Orlanbn Bimltng brnItnrl Page 9 .HEN LAYS 3-lX-O.NE-EGG three-in-one KII, Inside the -. '
Celery Misses RICHMOND. Mo. IUP1 Homer ;I were two yotkj. In a MMten to a
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Morris reports his hen laid complete third eK.I
tion Hall according; to an announcement NEW.DATS YIELD HIGH --- -- -..

Damage From Daytona Beach Traffic Conference made. Wednesday by WOOSTER. O. IUPJ A new variety I I ..- rI
Hurricane
. Slated at Daytona City Mgr. Titus. : of oats named Clinton and II
Power Ballot The Council's public safety consultant
in Iowa three F4gaewith
developed years ago I
;rSpp-iol' to :0: :;''"3 Mm ig SEntinel1
If MAYME HODGKIN Don Hall, will lead a discussion bushels I
has yielded 93 an acre
DAYTONA BEACH-The local i
(Cb Own Stoff Correspondent I Deadline Near on the City's traffic safety compared with the usual 45. dur- I
, SANFORD-Little or no damage has been observed to conference on traffic safety conducted II program and will help officials I that personality look .
by the National Safety ing tests at the Ohio Agricultural
young elery either analyze its safety program. The
set or in the beds, there have been no rSpeciol) to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Council will be held at 10 ajn. .
easualtlH, almost I i iI meeting will be open to the public. I Experiment Station here.says _I
and no disruption of telephone or power lines, DAYTONA BEACH-Saturday i Sept..25 In the City Island Recrea- stunningly smart-trtlyMl to
only
accident was that of Eugene Legette whose car night has been set as deadline for : t
when I;
turning a corner at the airport was overturned by a ,registrations for the franchise I i .urrHuRIZEJ' ARE B B'B'a'B"B"tra'8'a'6'6"o"a'aia"8'a"a"rg"8TB"rBTnr8 6 vn'rtri awa'o'a"fl"a o"ff flatter an,1-rlnpbentyltt the

frgust qf wind. He was not Injured.: election Oct. 21,in which all qualified I 5055 W.I d Ul I*:.lKIBlrtUK C.....mf t StIR aMRepair I t' season's ntw.Imgthr t .p411l+tel4. .
electors will be permitted to 1t
Board All Red Cross shelters remained;cast their ballots.Registration I Acctyten: and Electric Arc W.ldmSupBlm .
SessionSet WHITEY the SEAL
open Wednesday and Thursday clerks at the City Wldm Cuttin Caw and Carkid :
night. Mrs. Ethel Geisler. executive -,Hall reported Wednesday that I NATION GASES iKELDLVG

secretary, praised work of teen registrations had slowed due to SUPPLIES __ __ ,tt ......r._
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storm conditions but that persons
Sept. 30 I age boys who stood by all night.wishIng to register for the first -
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'with flash lights and raincoats 1:'time, and those who have moved ,
ready to and want to check their registration .
carry and
messages give ,
r:.C*, 0'! M t'r.f'ntb) Mrrrg "nt"1e"n might do so at City Hall I
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assistance. The Red Cross workers Thursday and Friday from 8:30: "The Indians
DELAND-Final session' for the. spent 48 hours in the Chapter.a.m.. to 4:30: Pm. and 7 to 9:30 t
turrent fiscal year of the Volusia i house to serve if called upon. ,pjn. and on Saturday from 8:30: sold Manhattan

Board of County Commissioners Wednesday night a family of i ajn. to 9:30: p.m. "- Vifo5lirtt for 524. Butbartenders r
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yesterday was set for 10 persons from Pahokee I Only freeholders will be permitted t ti Dandd f -
Sept. 30. arrived / sell (
i to vote in a $1.350.000 bond
when all accounts will be settled.These here for shelter. Ten persons I election set for Oct. 28. i.ollh n.a16.nr
stayed at the Southside i Manhattans
with bills outstanding school. 16 at the :Mayfair Inn I ,, i Group .
araliuf:. tilt rountr were re- and 60 at the Negro shelter at BrownleesArrive today that arepriceless..made r rJ

*.*.tect' U submit them in advance. Crooms Academy. ,
t* allow the commission I
Business activities were at aI of course, with J
a e
uaUtlfme far payment. I InPhiladelphia
minimum yesterday with some I
The commission adopted a resolution concerns remaining closed since Carstairs ;,1i .
vacating the northern section Tuesday. The superintendent's office White Sealwhiskey. Z:. '
of Bella Vista plat a boom reported yesterday that It was I, .
Urn development near Orange not known whether or not the ." -
City, at request of Sidney Taylor.attorney ; schools would be open this morn tSx'C'al to Orlando Morning $en"/1' ('l I i AJIle /wM.d
for Richard T. and RoseGlaser. ing,but that announcement wouldbe SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs.Harry OeJ, 5
II made In time over station Brownlee. who were recently wed AUCTION
It was pointed out by County WTRR. here have arrived In Philadelphiawhere
Ally. Charles Luther that Intermittent lulls came throughout both will attend Temple
Ua .f the plat will not Tat'a.1 the day between gusts of wind.' University School of Medicine. He The Man who Cares iJ
will begin his studies: in medicineand Says:
public n&4a. Damage by bruising to citrus fruit I
will work
Mrs. Brownlee
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in the Sanford very' i
area was
The board approved -
her masters degree In bacteriology. u
I slight. Farmers remained a bit CARSTAIRS White SealThe
Mi by Jimmy Tillis. DeLand. and Miss Alice Lundquist. Miss Mary
Fred W. DeMotte. Daytona Beach.I anxious through yesterday that
Lee Mattair and Jackie Coats of
as deputy sheriffs. Meeting as I i heavy rains might damage seedbeds Sanford left Thursday for Atlantato r Perfectly Balanced Blend b() !
did not
Halifax Drainage District Board. true.Church which. reportedly enter nurses' training at Grady 1 I II .... ... ,....
they voted to pay outstanding bills. prove Memorial Hospital.
I I, Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Brownlee.who .

were vacationing at Coronado 86.8 72% Grain Neutral Spirits. 19 S. Ave.
Airs. Dunnigan Group j Beach returned to their PalmettoAve. BLENDED WHISKEY Proof Orange
I home until passing of the :I I Carstairs Bros. Distilling Co., Inc., Baltimore :Md. .

Honored At Holds PartyAt I storm.


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If HELEN SNODGIASS By MILDRED GEORGE ,I
Special to Orlando Mom nq Sentinel [Special to Orlando Mom'ng Sentinel]
ENI'ERPRISE-Mrs. Gray Dun OSTEEN The Methodist
Church held a lawn party Tues-
1 Ian of Orlando was guest of
honor at a stork shower TuesdayItven day.Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Millar
by Mrs. Dessa Knight at
and family moved to Orlando
the home of Mrs. .Emmet Lowe
Monday.
domes were played and prizes In
John Moore spent Tuesday
won by Mrs. T Donahue. Mrs. Daytona.Mrs. .
Barry Throop. Mrs. O. Q. Sellers I I Bessie McLain of Oviedo is
and Miss Helen Snodgrass. Many I spending this week with her aunt.
gifts were received by the hon- Mrs. Cockran.. and her cousin.
rec. |Mrs. Lawson. 1rnlIr1IN-
Ouests Included the Mmes. E. i Mrs. A. Foster and daughter
A. Northrup O. Q. Sellers. Aletha |Ruth and Miss Betty Jo McCul- i
Burns. Mrs. Timothy Donahue.Mrs. |I lough accompanied Mr. and Mrs. y a 3L
Emma Harris Miss Helen :, F. George to Daytona Beach Sunday I i Cr.
Anedgrau, Mrs. E. F. Low. Mrs.Dessa where they spent the day -L
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Knight. Mrs. E. F. Low Jr. :i,with Mr. and Mrs. George Cater of
Of DeLand and Mrs. Dunnigan.; Groveland.I : .
: Mr. and Mrs. O. Q. Sellers and!I I Mrs. Lee Guiles of Huntington a I H &
Cecil Sellers were In Orlando Satiiday. W. Va.. arrived yesterday and Is i '.. ..
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Mr.and Mrs. H. A.Throop spent Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel and
the weekend with her brother and I family took possession Tuesday of ..
family. Mr and Mrs W. B. OUtople. their new home which they bought \ ,
Jacksonville.Mr. ', from Mrs. Leila Wood. Mrs. Wood -

". and Mrs. R_ V. Allen. Mrs. left Tuesday for Alabama. I. ,,,.. &Ylh q, ,,,, Ju.. ". ,; .M" ,, "" ii
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Bouchell
P. A. Newman and children Patty' The

and. Cindy BescrrTMr. sprat; Sunday at New :,,visited Blanche.Mrs.Sunday.Wood and daughter. I This is our new home and we are Justly proud of it. No expense has been spared to provide the best

myrna. and Mrs. J. Q. David of I Tommy Mrs. Herbert spent Tuesday Douglas with and son.her in modern equipment. Of course Kimbles low prices for staples, fresh vegetables and quality meats

C.Sanford Snodgrass visited Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. E.! mother Freeland.Mrs. Mattie Mrs.Pell.June Nagle. will continue to prevail. So stop in soon won't you? We'd like to show you around. When you do,

Mrs. W. H. Singletary and C.O.C. Giblin and Mr. and,Mrs. you'll be further convinced why Kimbles is THE PLACE TO BUY.
Sanford
daughter Ann of are
John Moore had a deep sea fishing -
spending several days this week
trip recently.
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
O. B. Canada. OUR FAVORITE BABY RUTHCANDY IT. S. NO. 1 DELICIOUS
H. J. Burns left Sunday for 111 0.. -.' ft'. "'. 7
Hyatt; POTATOES .37c1 I APPLES lb. .10e
Gainesville of Florida.Mr. to.enter the University APPLESAUCE 2 IQc COOKIES ; .

and Mrs. Claire Sweeney I Miss\ )Mims CAfI SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION ;3c 9cIN
aDd Judy of DeLand vis-
daughter
LARGE HEAD I SEEDLESS
tud Mr. and Mrs. W. U Tyler i STORE ALL DAY ;; ;

Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Middletonand Married I SUN SWEET LETTUCE, ea 15c | Grapes 2 Ibs. 25c

his mother Mrs. J. Middleton [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel ALL BRANDS
.f DeLand visited Mr. and Mrs. DAYTONA BEACH Miss
V. E. Braddock Monday I Made E. Mims. daughter of Mr. PRUNE JUICE 29c MILK 3 33C COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH & FROZEN
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Webb of and Mrs. Leo C. Mims 626 Mulberry Quart >all cans
Orange City were visiting friends Ave., became the bride of
funday. I Onis D.Hyatt son of Mr. and Mrs. VEGETABLES & FRUITS
John J. Hyatt. Maryville. La. in a
ONE PITCH BREAKS AJUIROCKTON. ,candlelight ceremony Wednesday SACRAMENTO YELLOW: CLING Shortening By Wilson BAKE RITE
night at St. Mary's Episcopal
.Mass. UPI James

Xeefe.Cariyles a of pitcher the Old for Colony the Whitman League, !i Church.officiated.The Rev. John Shirley PEACHES No. 2'' Can 29c KEY K( 0 Colored Oleo-Ib. 44<5

j The church altar was decorated
was sent In as a relief hurler ina
game with a Brockton team. He I with whIte asters against a back- I in Heavy Syrup t t IN OUR MARKET
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flanked by two
threw one ball-and was taken out ground of palms -UNCOLORED .33c
with a broken arm. baskets of white asters. W. Clifford ,
Fraine was at the organ. I fo'"MSfl/< .
I Maxwell: HousePolaloes,2icanl5C VTW' HVI'Vfr'" **
marriage by
in
her The father bride wore given a gown of white ( | COFFEE, lb. ? 44c ASSORTED Shedds-Pints COCA COLA 1.00
IAIllOREPAIR )) ) slipper satin fashioned with a 39cl
long fitted bodice and a gathered COLD CUTS 39C MAYONNAISE By tMCase-Plus n.wi
skirt ending in a court train. Seed .
SERVICE pearls outlined the yoke of illusion -
Call/ "Jcotfy" at and the long sleeves terminated SKINLESS GA. PICKLEDw a
In points at the wrist. Her :.3lc
IIUTT'S MttS5 floor ,length veil of Illusion fell I WIENERS lb. .4QCAGRADE Bleach 2 qls.1gel PEACHES ...
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Nee
OranreO'NealBranch
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from a tiara of seed pearls and .......__uuu..u.
her only ornaments were a stringof
pearls a gift of the bridegroom.Her k
bouquet was of stephanotisand GOLD MEDAL

tuberoses centered with an VEAL CHOPS Ib 49C 5LBS 45c

y I Co, orchid.tron Mrs.of Logan honor.Jennings was ma- 39c FLOUR 10 LBS: .=========:=89c


idUpt''L' & Equipment man.Richard and ushers Johnson were served Dr. as George best a 3u VISIT OUR BAKERY DEPT.WE BREAD AND BUTTER STYLEPICKLES .

Fhun, 2 4533 M. Green and Dr. Logan Jennings. _
At the reception which followedat $R 014OOOO
the Palmetto Club the receiv- HANDLE COMPLETE LINE OF FANCY 12-0 21c
MEURALGAI I ing line formed In front of the %.
fireplace decorated with fern and
I ffwttr baskets of white asters. I I PASTRIES PIES CAKES ROLLS AND
Mfclag quickly
... .. bride a ,
I ik f urtlcia "adtw4cs. For traveling the, wore
I > t**. Liquid CapudUM.} suit of yellow linen with white accessories JELLO ASSORTED FLAVORS
I AYe Mot***up**' MTM du toW
of orchids. SPECIAL BREADFRESH
.1 .ti*.V.. wtly M dttwttd. and a corsage PRIZES
After a wedding trip to an unknown -
Uquid I ., destination the couple will
l CA'UIJINE reside In Southport N. C. e e e epV500 GROUNDBEEF S Oz. Pkc. I Soft At Silk

0s1 WHEATIES .15cl CAKE FLOUR 35c
OVER 1000 OTHER BIG PRIZES LB. 3Sc .

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a, clT Demonstration BABY BEEF A GRADE Apple Juice ..19c | Tomataes.i.._.25c


We have a solid carload of Calco six inch and BLANKS ENTRY In Store All Day SIRLOIN E A
COMPLETE LINE OF
,1 four inch 16 gauge lock joint irrigation pipe in KM* HERE LGE. PKG. 29c T-BONE SiD

., both ten and twenty foot lengths. Hot dipped Contest Closes Sept. 27th CLUB PREMIER AND MONARCH FOODS

t; -': heavy galvanized, will stand lots of abuse. One i

,/1 inch outlets for sprinklers. Will sell one piece I

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Published dally except sunday New Year Day. Fourth I k
et July. Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Christmas. by Wendell Lauded Sanford Subscriber Lauds :
Sentinel-Star Co. Orlando( Daily Newspapers Inc.] at 238 Berge -fc
South Orange Ave.. Orlando. Fla. _
Entered a. Mcond-cLasa\ matter at the Post Office atOrIaad.
.. Florida under the Act of March 3d. 1879. Br DREW PEARSON ii: tle. 1'v; Sentinel Storm News Handling ;

WASHINGTON-Don't be fooled by all the
Subscription$ Price S5c Per Week. $1-50 Per Mo. I
TELEPHONE Departments 4161 hurrah. hullabaloo and headlines now coming out .rdltor Orlando Morning Sentinel: _
of the Justice Department's Anti-trust Qivision.I fit of "
subscriber to e .vF1orida's
As a cr
MASTIM ANtasi EMTOC FuausMiaC
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W. LH.CTT. .... M... HIM* BAICH, E,ITO.IAI Dinrcro i. leading newspapers. )
across the front pages don't mean much. Most of consider the Sentinel's handlingof JI..
Caai Host***. MAUCIM* E.. MuTeM J. AUSTIN A.r. Mo. I ;
them were prepared two by abler more the hurricane news along wltn .ffI1Y.1 0 -
years ago
Halm. H.-T.. ... C... M... NOIIIIT Co.'o...... Sic. 1 uu. Job. t4jtJ
energetic Wendell of the an outstanding ;
Berge. predecessor
new your maps ,
I. W. LIMUOM. Cm elL Met. :u.us MIM.IM. Puts Surr.KMIIT I daily buried the ,
Cuss Met Tv,... I anti-trust chief. John Sonnett. One metropolitan
Surr.
f. WM.TU. K. T. Mitu. inside and from their ,
(
I Take for instance. indictment of real estate storm news t
Member of The Associated PressThe standpoint it was as far remote -.
boards. Fourteen months this suit .
ago. same was :
Associated Press is exclusively entitled from us as the typhoon in the 2.r.Pacific.
to the use for republication of all _ _recommended to Atty. Gen. Clark Again I say. The Sentinel .
ne.. dispatches acccredited to it or not by but Clark vetoed it. '
otherwise accredited to this paper and I ; :- Berge. has no competitor as far as _ _.. _ _. '
t e also the local news published herein. Tangling with the real estate boys I'm concerned.
All rights for re-publication of special ., at that time wasn't popular. H. F. T. <> --- --- -- -

dispatches herein are also reserved. I Now that Pres. Truman has I Sanford. _____ I I the finest systems if public .....

PAGE 10 FRIDAY. SEPT. 19. 1947 thrown the harpoon into the real 1 in the country Their poUcy-i .-

I estate lobby. however the Justice Plan To Invits Students I I lug body 1.a board wh'*e princl-

4 Department has dusted off Berge's I To Court House Is Praised ; pal objects u to get a competent'

Our ProgramElimination L 14-month-old indictment.case and brought I Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: administrator him to the limit and In then all to maltar hack*
an
; of Political Job Duplication ,. '5 Even so, the indictment doesn'tmean A PALM BEACH STREET WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE TROPICAL HURRICANE the It was Orange encouraging County to Commission note that I' that are to the educational ...

Lower T..... Efficiency i. Government.TODAlS vancement of the rotsMMMttf.Twenty .
IL too much. For present Antitrust *! is interested in having high school
year MO they ret*** a
g ', Division chair-warmers pulled students visit the county court faithful and
.b-t
competent .. p
4.. I punches. They indicated no house. This is highly desirable j servant of education aM ......-

\ THOUGHT Pearson individual real estate men. only for by seeing operations of government ed a ueceaaor He did not'SU ..

Yea. though he live a thousand years twice told. the real estate boards, and you can't send a boardor they will understandmore I job satisfactory and was t1Wt1!. .

yet hath he seen no good: do not; all go to one i corporation to jail. That's why real estate about its functions.In I next year The third oat l aM ..

place?-EccL 6:6.: moguls aren't really worried. ." other cities I have taken i i qualify and WM in turn. rpka&I .;[

Other recent cases pulled out of the Berge hat : high school young people and I Flna.Uthe mu w.. .... ..
adults who applied for citizen-
Equality is the share of everyone at their advent are Eastman Technicolor prepared 18 months ago. : .S ship to court houses to hear court I proved to be outstanding. Ml aviy

upon earth and equality is also theirs when placed and the tire price-fixing conspiracy. prepared two trials and see the jails. Both experiences in his community Hut UtfvMfmMt i

beneath it.-Ninon De Lenclos. years ago. Another important case-still not out .: :. : made vivid impressions.On the South and the etir ..**.*.
,: :.. :; : He was returned yoariy to hte past
> :
Wall Street's investment
hat-is
of the against :: : seeing the jails they decided "
and given free reta sad ......
bankers. ,.. they would try harder than ever
backing in aU" pr1maiit. *
The Over
Fight Feeding Europe
to obey the laws saying they did
Tim case was all set \o go when Wendell moves, some of whirti hs vt .... .
COUPLE GOVERNMENT departments Beige resigned but six months have dragged by not want to stay there. Perhapsif copied in mn pans of the e.. j
... more people would visit the
A
trY and his worth
WM recby I .
are feuding over what to do with nothing happening. jails there would be more interestin his election to the ps-ssI.. ..
about obeying the laws so they would
feeding Europe. ,, of the American duet1 A.
The State Department wants to send as The man who has been dusting off old Berge not be kept there. But Dr. Willis A. .atts .....

much grain abroad as we did last year, regardless cases and dolling them up with flashy headlines is w % I I We do not need to wait 25 years never have done a _II fndaIa
I
amiable. uninspired John Sonnett-the only man ", for intelligent voting but we can of the good for Atlanta ad'oouIss
of what effect it has on the domestic I begin now to awaken an interest if he had been
who ever licked John L. Lewis but got no credit rnastifltidhis .. _
food bill. I.I in our governments. People do
for it. Sonnett who dresses like a poem-but talent to vet re-etorted every
The Agriculture Department says "the doesn't act like one-handled the Supreme Court not seem to consider that ourvery time Or if each of his MsWdsta* I

diplomatic boys have bitten off more than I injunction against Lewis and eventually expectsto | safety and welfare depend predecessors had each bean ats**- ;
upon the kind of government we ed for four -
years the Tear af .ft***
there is to chew. J to Wall Streeet. There he has been
go up
have They may gripe about someI provrment would have .boen ...-
The decision is up to Pres. Truman and promised a legal job representing Jim ForTestal's I thing that does not suit them but ed not three years or four )Mn

his Cabinet.If I old banking firm. Dillon Read. i i do not exert thetmselves on election but 12 or UI rears C
_
During the war, poem-dressing Sonnett was TW. : _i j day to vote. Alabama u a goad. mate and

the President goes along with the j aide to Sec. of the Navy Forrestal which makes THESE PLANES WERE tossed about by Orlando Morning Sentinel yesterday All daily In our city there is also a city leads lh!! nation m aw* waya

State Department, the Republicans will t, it Just a bit embarrassing to bring the long-delayed hurricane at a Miami a.rport:: These AP Wire- throughout the nation-members government in which people may I than just %lphcetiealljr: Hsi S a
newspapers ,
have a good excuse to blame the high anti-trust suit against Forrestal 5 and other Wall show an interest The city clerk four generation Atoaamian I las* fl
cost of living on the Democrats.If Street firms. In addition John Cahill. under | photos were among those serviced the entire of the AP-received their hurricane wire- Mr. McDowell. made the state- it and .'.a\s will. But I d. Mt

whom Sonnett once worked is now defending ;i network of the Associated Press from TheB I photos yesterday from the Morning Sentinel ment, printed in Sentinel-Star of recommend! :l'it she .ke.. avpalMH

he turns thumbs down on the ad- -- Sept. 5, that "less than one-fifth to as a model for us to aa fey ..
Dillon. Read. I of Orlando's population is registered educational matters w* .uat kMk
of it will be
equate feeding Europe, an open So life is no bed of forget-me-not for Johnny PITCHING HORSESHOES ed vote or 9,794" Some people ''to the l..aden-DOt the tractors

invitation for the Communists to move in- 0 Sonnett. Nevertheless, he swears hell prosecutehis I cannot vote because of change of and the tail enden. A* tht ... '

to France Belgium, Holland, Germany, old Wall Street friends-and perhaps he wilL I J residence: but there is a generalI thorities at Teachers CoUote: af -

Italy and Britain. SoWeD Remembered-So TimelyBy I lack of interest in one of the most Columbia! University and ___

The Republican National Committee isn't shout- : important parts of our lives thelaws who ham: investiaated and ....;

ing it from the housetops. but. looking!: round for a ; and governments under write the State who; raM ....... i
.I
IT'S A TOUGH political decision to make, high-powered new publicity man it finally approached BILLY ROSE\ "Plenty" she said. "rm in love with Paul." which we liv e. A Gallup poll taken than Alabama for advica C

it could be eased if the President Hal Leyshon. executive editor of Jim [ "If I can ever do anything for you Doc get in "You mean Paul. my assistant?" I recently showed that 51 per centof Let us free REBECCA the office C.of p.-c.\pWft1.. '
those did not know
would force his diplomatic policy makers Cox's Miami News. offered him 25000. I touch with me" said Charlie Padullo. "I mean "Yes. It's a mean trick-but I'm afraid that's questioned I :
who would become President if -
t to ship a diversified list of foods. Flattered, but amused. Leyshon replied: anything." the way it is." The doctor sat down. "Wait a anything would happen that Pres '

It's aU very well to talk about staffof "I suppose you realize that I work for Gov. Cox I "Okay Charlie," grinned Dr. Evans "Any time second" he said. "I thought you were happy Truman could not serve. Cecil i'TaftsldeaTo, "

life foods but we know the nation's grain who was Democratic candidate for President in I want somebody knocked off 111 call you up. here." I Brown. a radio commentator. Eat less Rapped f

and cereal supply is going to be off this 1920. Also I am a close friend of your effective Meanwhile see that ycur "Of course I was happy. Then this thing came stated sometime ago. "We spend Editor. Orlando MomsAC CavllMk

critic. Sen. Pepper. In addition you would discover -1 mother gets plenty of rest. along and well-there it is." I less on selling the government Newspaper heatlhtiM tisl. ffca*

year. ., 1 if I took the job. that during the war If she doesn't get too ex- 8A'i"I' }Gaz ,3-, "You know it'll be five or six years before Paulis to the people than any other of Ohio says for the peatw* k* e4 t

officer to Col. Jack Redding. publicity country of the world." The less and the prices will .. ... .
Why not supplement the_ amount of I was executive cstedthatheartoughttoJbilefll1ook1nLryso Uf'fP" {( making enough money to take care of you. COne .
ffI
grains and cereals we are able to ship chief of the Democratic National Committee. '"I know," said Irene. "But what am I going to amount of interest shown by the wonders justarrrtes bow Mr. ... (
I: people in the governments of our at that eoneIs ... f
"' do? I have to be with him. Nothing. else seemsto
with of
judiciously a generous supply j :" '. country determines their strength I i i judging from the bay ww ..
canned goods? The Republicans. decided to look for some- 'often. 't.J cut any ice. and perpetuation. Taft is pushing in froaf .....
else. That night over dinner The doctor took a long. breath. "When do you he does ., t.
body take .
We dress in the latest styles not any .i .-
People can fill their stomachs with the doctor told his want to leave?" and have modern electrical appliances scription.

peas, tomatoes, beets, beans, citrus,. processed New War Production Board Industrious wife of the gangster's __ "Tonight, if you don't mind terribly." I I in our homes. We want And there .U Mr HMIw. a. 1M ;

meats etc. And they would. be Averell Harriman. the Secretary of Commerce whois promise. "<., QV\ After her taxi left. Dr. Evans went up to his the best of automobiles still w-e are he waddles when he ...... If ... .(

i healthier on a diversified diet. reversing his father's role of Wall Street highbinder I "That makes you quite S bedroom. So it could happen that quickly he I content to let voters choose can- ever does walk and ....... .. f

Such a of relief exporting is quietly working on new kinks for the a fellow," smiled his wife '- (t)(, thought. Twenty minutes ago he had been a ,. didates for offices who have only Taft. I don't suppose ...... ., ,
program and could "If you don't like some- .. ,2. husband. And now? He picked up the newspaperon age residence and birth or naturalization these two men ever UsooaJst of Us. t'
It's the most ambitious J
II would do the job and maintain a more even 1 Marshall plan. have him .. 'ci" : qualifications. If voters millions in America today that dj. ..
body you can 5 the night fable next to bis bed. Then he let
domestic balance. be the most effective step to pep up Europe. I not have the neceatary fMsl to }
(U I price I killed. If what the papers it drop to the floor. Suddenly he found himself are to vote intelligently there
i Harriman that Europeans aren't helping maintain .
argues C. II should be public forums. discus- good health but .**. t
themselves; Ruhr coal is bogging down; French Industry say about Padullo is true crying. He lay down on the bed and let himselfgo sion groups and classes where they been eating more and mare of IMC. ..

The New Chief Takes Office is flat on its face. So he would recruit about another killing more or for a few minutes. Then he made himself stop. I may learn of the issues. duties and less for a lone time ... t. ,

5.000 U. S. experts to work with Europeans show- less wouldnt bother him much"The He went over and sat at Irene's dressing table. I' qualifications and fitness of can- Here is another crack; pat ;...... ;. ,

WALK SOFTLY BUT carry a big stick is ing them American techniques giving them effici- I phone rang and Irene ran to answer it. As There were some bobby pins and stray hair combIngs o didates for office. dy that would relieve the ..... ;

motto of James V. Forrestal, new hypodermics allocating raw materials where the doctor listened to his wife babbling away in on its glass top. Irene's hair had always I New York State has a literacy tion; inasmuch a* our i s.es.q.

chief of national defense. ency much U. S. material sent the next room he thought what a difference this smelled so nice and clean. Well. there wouldn'tbe test for voting and Wisconsin reqyires is so ready to extend .. aM
needed At present.
I gay little girl had made in his life. When she had many trips to the hairdresser on Paul's income. I I all prospective voters both credit to foreign CGUIdrtN .... .
When the former Wall St. banker was to Europe gets into wrong channels is wantonly first walked into his office 12 years ago. he was Irene's hands would get red. There'd be cooking native-born and of foreign birth. asked. I suggest that our ...... .
into his wasted. First thing the Greek Government did I mont extend to the
sworn new job the other day he to attend classes where they will af
the .old
well on the way to becoming grouchy smells in her hair. That mustn't happen to Irene. '.
dollars from the Truman plan was to Americans who have I'eMIIM ....
undertook probably the biggest militarytask with U. S. {I learn of the government of our
of neckties. Officials bachelor they tell jokes about. She had given him 12 good years. Most mendidnt age of 60 years a monthly *
buy a big consignment fancy country how it functions the era
human
a ever was called upon to fill. admit the Harriman "European Production Board"will | Three months later they were married. He had even get that. He didn't have'any money |' qualifications and duties of those certificate good for SIM .IB UNneeded ..
He has the background and the will 'tried to talk her out of it-she 22. he was I
was
to
be tough to put across. but no tougher than the to give her. General practitioners never had much I elected to offices. I understand commodities of life m. relieve '
perform. And he has a philosophy about present mess.. I 44. But she had laughed away all his arguments. money. There wasa couple of thousand maybe. I that the people of Wisconsin havea the high price fove ttsat to ?

national security with which we heartily 1 pointing out she'd be an old lady of 70 when he And the insurance policy. The insurance policy. higher respect for government being put on us now svad

concur. First Senator ever to appoint a Negro to ;, wasonly92. Good thing he had kept up the payments. : and show more interest in voting high price continue until tt q; _-

Strength is his creed and covenant-A Annapolis i is 80-year-old Democratic Theodore The 12 years with his child bride had been good Thirty thousand dollars. They could live on that than the people of States where lands the anftnl .to. jail. :

Francis Green Rhode. Island millionaire and years and gay ones-young people around the until Paul trot zolng. there is no such requirement. may they stay there.a ,
strong Army and an Air Force and L. SHAKWOsX.mliiissn .
-
Navy I i
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blue-stocking. .house dinner parties-the four weeks in Florida A.M.T.
As for him-he knew it was no good alone. It
second to
none. He has picked 18-year-old Reeves Taylor of !'she insisted they take.each year-the frilly dressing would be just too tough to get out of bed every

Russia is ruling a big portion of the Providence. a runner-up for the Naval Academy ';, table she had installed in their bedroom. morning.His freeing of Education; Pegler Couldn't Stomach '

world with military might. We are talking exams last year. who came out ahead); of any I I "That was Susan" giggled Irene, coming mind went to the bottle of mercury bi- I from Politics Urged 'Tripe' He's Been Writing; ;

big with mighty little to back up our talk.. other candidate this year. First to congratulatehim back into the dining room. "I told her to tell Jed chloride in the cabinet downstairs. Then he remembered -j Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: Editor. Orlando Montaf ....*.}:

Russia isn't listening. was John Nicholas Brown Assistant Secretaryof that if he beats you at golf again you're goir.gto the clause in the insurance policy-the Your newspaper carried a very About WtMBrooK Fad**. I r*. .:..0

Perhaps the new combined Armed Navy. and. like Green-descendant of one of New have Charlie Fadullo rub him oat. small type which stated there would be no paymentif queer advertisement signed by the understand his reeeat need af bjaa.pitalizatlon. .

Forces will lead to the security we must England's oldest families Several Representatives One night three months later. Dr. Evans got the insured committed suicide.He advocates of "things as they are" Its realty ..* |K i

have to maintain in the world.' have named Negroes to Annapolis. but none home around 9. He was tired. The Potter boy's sat and thought for a while. Then he smiled.He and quotes with much show of authority pie. He couldn't stonmto al Ma*

peace has graduated. chances didn't seem very bright and the doctor had reached into his coat pocket and brought out the experience of another tripe he's been writinc Jus* a* feat

Both political parties are scanning the horizonfor had a bad half hur: with the kid's father. his address book. There it was. Padullo-El:orido State which like Florida is among as mn like Walter WiDdIIII aai.
t' II I the lowest 10 of the country in Drew Pearson build thine Of. lb?'s 'f
Cigaret Smuggling in Britain a Jewish candidate to be Mayor of New York. Irene was waiting for. him in the living room. 29101. tiartssf #
education. If we are to progress it right in there pitch**,
SMUGGLING OF American Dave Sarnoff of the Radio Corporation of Americaand She had been crying Div Evans grinned as he started dialing the I seems to me more logical to check things down .,*... DcNee't:

THE ciga- Bernard Gimbel. the big dry-goods merchant. I' "What's the matter. baby. ?" he_asked. number. I against; the ones vho.are; among have a conscience T ,_
into Britain has become a big business head the Democratic Jist. Robert Moses. N. Y. '-' the highest 10. hard going through .... vstk a >!>

and keeps the King's customs .officers city planner tops the Republican.. Moses is being SAyS---- My native State of Alabama rhip on one's shoulder. CM*t M
busy day and night. enUced down to the Potomac' bullrushes to I WESTBROOK PEGLER I tried to shake off the political say that Pegler. carrta a __... I

Recently the price of British-made chart a new Government reorganization-which stranglehold under which the pub- If I were Pederwtf.. nMlbir
lic schools struggled as the Sun- or daughter. I'd hanc ny .**< s*
cigarets were upped from 48 to 68 cents. will make him just as unpopular in Washingtonas Goes Down day ad indicated but bad habits shame.

This makes the black market price of he is getting to be in New York. Wallace a Deep Hole: were too strong and they are returning Tell me. will news....** Ufa*

American cigarets attractive and intensi- Ambidextrous Gov. Warren the man who to the old political basis. York Times excluded I *!*.*. ..

fies the demand. runs on both tickets in California still scorns WESTBROOK PEGLER .1 I mistaken, but he is so aggressively Obviously were it shown that They have merely postponed the only the sensational' and nwr .. S
happy day of good education for truth? 1t* disc a .f.fftsvf .. S.
,Teams of smoke hunters White House ambitions. NEW YORK-Sometime in his i wrong and in such num- Wallace agreed with this monster
spend whole I I the common people. the least. (
bers as to give overwhelming and were Henry sworn as a witness -
days checking Friends vague experience of this life per- The of Atlanta has of MRS SAM KRAI...
incoming ships. ; say Warren's real yen is to be a good force to his error. the defense might lead the City one -
haps in a classroom at a State III
They are finding cigarets hidden in attorney general in a god Republican Cabinet. in lunch- i common man, gaping and slobbering (;
perhaps
university a Henry Wallace a strange fellow
smoke stacks, around propellor shafts, in Bill Malone San Francisco Democrat. now wagon listening to the radio. the with a stringy bang and the voice through all the gaudy amuse- little gem potato peeler. was a bit 1> mocked sneered marled sfought *d \
thinks he the Democratic I I' ment-park chambers grottoes and'caves of mission-stiff like the with vohiptaMU* Mr _
engine boilers. can swing National Convention common man has heard that the ,1 of Mortimer Snerd but not his a himself. _
Some people will do to the Golden Gate. His best ally is Harry I Constitution guarantees religious i' intellect. went down a hole one of Henry's old esoteric I Hallelujah-shouters on the Bow- i i questions of reUgton The Ate%
most anything to I' phase. Some pictures of these who, for bowl of stew I Irish Rose PerbnuMer. He-
make Truman who thinks the Democrats should move freedom.He ,' day while doing nothing at the i I ery whoop a or rand
a profit. West. has construed this timid : corner of no place and somewhereelse. lunar haunts frequented by certain and a flop on Winter nights. The :, Lapidus theme .ta "''tr.I.''afad

------ to mean super-normal souls had been lamasery was in old Sol's congres- to banality these day*, Nf rI" II'
promise ; I Ii
seen in the exhibits of Henry's old sional district and he found him- in the movies and in the B......
I I Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program n.. a that forbidden religion sub-is i i, He with found Prof.himself Nicholas in a Roerich large cavity of- guru. Prof. Roerich. Louis Horch. : self down on the list for some very charity racket. It...... -..

+. .,.. ject.except InconSecrated : Tibet the Hons. Sol Bloom and the New York regional director of | livable quarters among the faith that Americans are toe _s_
wo so fUel wior (am WOUZ neat >:: the Dept. of Commerce by Henry'sown : ful. He remembered back as far to discuss theirtently reilcasse e.-.
'00 Lily and early WDIO BlOt WLOI (1230) WOIIZ rUG f Robert F. Wagner of the New Deal. i ii
.IS Farm Reporter --. WeV-R5eWe a.nW. _: Situ Geo-a On A News, 3.." 0... sad Tat. __ Po WhItemn CbS 5.11ev.. It or Not ** ** premises in restricted and Ezra Pound the expatriate' appointment had held these as the fad of mesmerism however and too a bteoted to ..... 1
-- Playboy i j ji I
:
.a..es,. $sew..thiaad. -__. MOrB Ife..ae.eme __ Parm Nip. --- 4-00 Rouse Party P. Whitema Club News u__ 't' classrooms i, paintings to be holy and therapeutic and he never let old Roerich catch argument. It.i Is not "III'- ,
----- phtatlolll Pra1rt. Dr1Ite 4 15 Houre Party ___ Party \ i Poet.Pound and therefore above price. I his to the brotherhood that we see lit
-- P. Wbltem'n Club Studio (? for : eye put whammy on or I
Too-Ya, htrol "....lIas. Clock. lie... 4 3O Dr. Paul ______ Eddy Ducnln __ Studio Party __ 1 ...,. higher only recently turned out : S
He lost lot of b t f
a however him. these stagey stuaUsinoble _
money bj-
:U Yaw. Patrol Joha1nl Clock ___ MonoIlI.in": U 4 45 Alliance Chorch Turn Mix __. studio Party ____ 4 I learning and in to be as nutty as a nougat and was ]
"".45:30 II.Wk... O. .. U5t5 Morning"eNu.1c DnoUona__ NewS TOO--iesnarid: Nws Melody-Theater Studio Party courtroomsli put away in a lunatic asylum. Had found himself hard up. and. I Wallace aims his message exclusively ; and unautherlted aailWIn t
--.-.------ n. '40 Cl i--_--_-- 5:15: Tim Out for Music Terry ft Pirates Jaycee Safety Lane where members : the Federal Government j caveat emptor would sell or tradea to the common man. The the holy ,ara. If... .... j
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; persistedin
8-no CBS Kt Mtrtla 5:30 Lam __ i '
ft Abner :
Acroiuky. llewl Rsrritan
HoP Radio Rodeo .
whole gallery of the old master's is unidentifiedbut. not taboo there would .be :
common man an were e*
1.15 Rrntn V Dy 1 I I
Band of of that
the Day; 740 Ctah 5:4iS: Dick Hett-Kews The Sophisticates Lowell ThornnOO ,- pestiferous trying him for treason as
8.30 Walter Famble Joe works for cash [no reasonable cellent fight and the ...... ; i
Sodia Trio I unfortunately. numerous
lo ,
Club I News it Score ._ Pulton Lewis. Jr Sunoer Club _. : cult Jell charged he might have subpoenaed -
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"S) 4S Breakfe-t BreTttlea Dirt Lily Time IT 740 Club 6 13 Lone Ranger Dr McFerrln _._- In the Snort! .- -' or ah's Witnesses Wallace witness. offer refused] or what have you. I American with a vote but with- atheists flitting eeywa..,
iooNew..DtekJs1.arasrclj----. ::: : 6:30 Lone Ranter ____. Henry J. Tailor Mu-ic for Dialer t I, as a You might experiment with a out the sense to realize that a fellow would scalp ticket aM Il1dg
IS Morning DeTOtios Breakfast Club 740 dab' r '' !j45Robt_Irout-Newe. Sports Parade ___ H Y, Kaltenborn_ L are reluc- 1! Pound had been an out-patient or'!' '
1:30 EYel71l Winter Breakfast Club Himalayan sunset rather like a who embraced one holy faker seasons of IntenoU
Woman'. iV had
.. w 7:00: Paani Brtce Headline Edition Highways fUMe). tantly up non-resident member of the r
..45 Yours Sincerely Breakfast Club __ Worn..'. world 7:is Fannie Brtce __ Elmer Davis __ __ Hi,bw**. in Mel Peeler rich cult whose mother Roe-I tomato surprise on a mild case I and then denied him might be too Mark Twain never was totter
Io::00 Arthur Godfrey My Traa Story Prd '..r r;- 130: Ad-,. Thin Use Favorite Compos.. Time. Place. Tune : for giving trouble. : of rash but Mr. Horch would I unsteady for great public respon than in his strange ,.....*
10:15 Arthur Godfrey -- Btory-B Crocker. Bill Henry _______ The believes that : tall liver-colored lamasery
Fred Fayortt Tune
-.5.: .._ Compos. Time. Place I common man '
10'.30 Fashions la Music Betty Crocker Jerk RiSS. Riverside i iI bluntly advise you not to waste |sibility. He might go for Doe against Mary Baker Eddy and
Show S 00 Borden Show Gabriel IhODleA.FunD7 freedom Drive was the scene of
freedom
religious precludes -
lB45Jtoomary: Usteohn. Post BaBaJV.. __ : your time on anything as serious Robinson of Moscow. Idaho. the her teaehinf.
======- -- S 15 Bordea Show Organ Melodies People Are Funny the uptown limehouse I *
il-OO Wendy Warresi Tom Breneman =s=s 8:30 FBI In Peace. War your P B L ___ Bob'a Record ShopS : of expression on this fascinating i I' nights. as compound hangover. I i. hobo who talked with God and The Mormon fought riMpfett*** I
11:1: $ Moraine Melodies. Tom Brenemaa C BandWnj'T" 45 FBI in Peace, War Your FJL ____u Bob. Record 8gooPuaBe !::. ;I mystery and that whoever Pound had written some truly !
t I 11JO Helen Trent ?_ Galen Drai I acquired a Cadillac for himself, a every Inch of the way to Dm**
Bandstand ._ oceanic poetry that changed shape Now Ilorch an apostate, has
S Ignorant Meet the Press B b"8Rftord-Sl p ventures to ridicule any sanctified I i
1145: Our 0.1 ausds7.TedM'iOnS.Bndstand = Buick for his wife. Fords for his' and paid back the brutal OfflMr
1._ = .:IS Pays Be Unorant Meet the Press Bob's Record Shop and color it swelled and become infideL He
as sighed mocking
shall in a I
.. ________ nonsense fry a pub-
12--OO-Jf. Welcome Travelers armI _____ b. .
KewsT
> -3O MInes Farrell Tb Sheriff Bobs Record Shop43AiIeeDParreU kids and a big house with a pipe- in his own coin the dirty
12 IS Ma Perkins Welcome Tra..w.Ne.a.. KI* __ lic incinerator called hell. Meanwhile and had no more fixed meaning'than I scoffs and ridicules. .
: -0---- Farm : Bhemf-Roll Can L. C. Stewd SpehO.OOM7lteri'.f.Weelt. V
I: organ and two pianos. I didnt think both eiUU wise ...
12::30 Checkcrb'd XVreo Noon Day Musical Man -
on the Street ____ a song of music. By some
U 12 4S Outon'.Uiht Checkerboard Jsia E.lbeck FtchU New and Sports this un-American bigot I don't scoff or ridicule but 11 I blab I would be unfstthfai to *
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T-O-Bla Sister = BankbsK ; ____ __ confess to some merriment at true and c4as
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n: hm lIalOa PerreU Tim. ---- .....Iodac : 1045 Dance Orch ___?_. Sports Pat ____ American Novels the tax law. maintaining a fire i morose attorney dodging the draft Henry's cost because he obviouslyfeels own. In such ease the common : damned .
I : New* ._____:IHr Martin Block 8ho Melodte Iketchra: 11:00 News __ ..______ Sport Parade New. __ hazard in his garage and multipleold in the Dept. of Justice. Pound's man in his millions weald '
1 U RoM of My Preama Martin Block 8h. "elodlC 'K""FoO I that recantation would imply This Kin** X of ... M
I 11:15 Scores News Dane Orrh. Ruby Newman Or violations of the OPA and sentiments were construed to be I buke as unconstitutional
:. Ton Askd For It Martin Block Sh* John W Van'eaak 11:30: Dane Orth __ Dance Orch. Herman Chit'sonPelham that he once was there with years is a mistake. .z.*
a 3 IS Ton Asked For tt Martin Block 6h Woody Herman Or 11:45 Dane Orch ___ Orch.-News __ Heath Inn should be boycotted in his business culpable Fascism. Louie in the spell of a squint-eyed I dence the slightest rt-I keep lean and nimble
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3ooRintfluiit' Ladies. Be Seated KiiT T 12:30: Dane Orch way Supreme I and after the war. was brought I confess to that. Bloom an old is a relatively new error vision might wan* to look .... D
3 la Hint Hunt Ladies.: Be Seated M Ayres Orch 1245: News _______- Court. home from Italy for trial as a carnival grifter from the days of I among Americans. In times past I dence of a unteUr gent U r.
3J Give and Tak r. WbiUa'tt Club Blut Uwrenc -fiIo-S1&A oa In all this the common man It traitor. i
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4 Group ElectsMidFloridians a !Friday' September 19, 1947 flrlan&J! jflorning t grnttnrl- ; r.11= *P I

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Mariner: Gets Injured DAY.b.DY I Dignity. Dampened Feet I I I 1.;. Mobile Labor 'I Independent Food .Group'' Sumter's Show i



,, tt alan.m JACKSONVILLE the St John's River tAP)yesterday A. C. Odom" but of he Jacksonville insists it was was no"rescued"rescue rc-jp--OCALA-Rep.: : :! to OflarJQ Clarence Mom:ng SE Camp2d ':r.EI ll) f'I Camps Offered Bands for Charter Plea Slated Today


A Marine ambulance towed Odom' Marion County cattleman was
boat to
OrUca Point alter a call from a nurse at St. Yincent's shore: from Hospital off Assn.elected of president Soil Conservation of the District Florida [rpe-; ol' to Or'' rfo Mom ng Sent ne1') OCALA [AP] Banded together "to fight rising prices and ,. V" .' '" .' ,.".... ,

ported a boat was overturned in the river. Supervisors at its annual meeting WEST PALM BEACH-Twelve to eliminate profits of middlemen" 27 independent grocers of WEBSTER: The .,.... n-

,The ambulance was unable to locate any boat b. trouble where here yesterday, succeeding A. H. fully-quipped "mobile" camps Central Florida gave notice yesterday of their intention to ty Breeders' Sfcaw. $Uy
jtbll1UJ'ae Indicated, but found dom'. used by the U. S. Dept. of Agricul- scheduled br.lIiu! her .
craft a mile and a half away. Reppard Orlando. apply for a State charter for the Central Florida CoOperativeInc.
the ambulance Avon Park ture to house foreign farm labor with entry of cattle Will at'nndrray
111DU1 MM Odom's boat was "half !" Park Anderson. a 9Y with here.
0dflm) said his boat is seaworthy and swamped. was elected vice-president the > I In recent harvest seasons, are being headquarters at 1 p m today if wsnhrr improves
we was in need of no aid I iw 6 offered sale USDA's La- their ,
for Through
office formerly held by Camp { \ ytr. i by co-operative they and. Ute cat tie I'n-.d arrive -
: and Leadley II. Ware. Lakeland ,I !: xt y bor Branch it was disclosed here plan to eliminate profit of the Chsa. T. Hot.e Bt.wa report -
Drive Halfway Effort Endorsed : was re-elected secret try-treas I today. Gets wholesaler secure advantage of *.
,::1:" n t! m I A jj JITO ",'om.nq SfnjnelJ3 !, I] Lip".i''! urer. 'I Announcement of the disposal Exposition i', The show srheduled with! a
;J.,' M% -- Approximately EUSTIS to Orlondo Councilc'thas t ] I A. A. McKethan. BrooksvUle. program was made by E. O. Heritage large buying power with an as- 'three-day rodeo, .Ut feature JOIda-
_0' .tall of the 67 men needed for authorized-City I president of toe Florida Bankers iat=,'mtt. area representative of the sured market, and realize advertising ,, 1Bc of Orahman and Aberdr-
W i |the new National Guard comHarold Hippler City to assist Atty. C. Assn. and principal speaker said Labor Branch. Heritage said the rebates which for the independent Angus section* this aftrrnoav. fnU .
-. Iptny In this section of Lake air mail and in obtaining his association recognized importance camps are located at Homestead Building Okay acting alone is not sig towed by a rodeo perform***,* i.>.
(County have been recruited service for the Lake passenger County of soil conservation and Goulds Dania Deerfield. Fort I night and judging of Hr*la
nificant.
. IB was announced yesterday. Airport. believed the progressive banker Pierce Sanford. Zellwood Lees- and Junior judging coot*** to-
+ should "tailor his bank services"to burg, Sarasota. Belle Glade [adjoining '3pe*'cf to Or'ofa; Mom ig Sent:neP!] I The co-operative proposes t. I>,morrow.Brown _id P rfonnanretwill
meet its needs. a permanent camp], spuds WINTER HAVEN-The Florida make no profit but will chargea I also be presented en Saturday
Storm-Lashed Broward [near Hastings, and Lacrosse. and Sunday nuchtI .
"Building up Hand and keepingit Citrus Exposition and the City of small mark-up to cover costa :, .
The he said. 11 .al .<
ties > cattle
consist
; TALLAHASSEE API) The proper r* -are >r
American Red Cross yesterday reported productive is like maintaininga DR. G. A. LEBEDEFF, agricultural Winter i' of purchase and adminltration.i i 1 .
't 31 of mainly of serpi-permanent buildings Haven have concluded negotiations t* compete l 1ft the ..... ... .
cases whooping cough and one case of pneumonia hne.lC bank account; he said. "One scientist at the Georgia tents and platforms and on a. 30->ean lease for t Members of the organization than have ever keen ..... In
doped In Broward cannot continue to draw on his
County. and the patients have been isolated. have groceries>s In DunneDon. Red- .
State Experiment Station, reports feeding and sleeping equipment.The ( any an-breed et4t fcw ofti'held
in bank without construction of amphitheatre
assets the makingan an
., hooping couth also -developed- Miami but the Red Cross he is within camps Heritage said. will dick. Williston. Ocala Ft. Mccoy In fUrMa.Special .
r tid not Indicate extent of the outbreak. occasional deposit. Likewise sight of ob- be disposed of "1o any public or seating 4.500 to be built on the : Fairfield Lou'ell. Cltra. Leesburg, features arhdul bnth

-t: !The announcement based on sketchy reports from the hurricane farmers cannot keep taking cot- taining a perfect hybrid corn, semipublic agency or any nonprofit exposition site on Lake Silver, according Sparr. Wildwood. O k la w a h a.Weirsdale. Friday and Saturday are npdemonatrationii ;
ton, and other from
,? did corn crops suited to the Southeast which Fruitland and of Hvrelfrrdi. an4
irta. not state whether the outbreak was a direct result of the the land without putting something growers' organization to an anouncement yes Park
.if 'torn, which swept South Florida. back. would generally boost live- which ran qualify under Public terday by John A. Snively Jr. exposition Center Hill. Aberdeen-Ancu.1 by field raprvarntatlves -
Law 298, and which will, to for the two breed aaapriaUon -
agree Temporary officers include C J
"These deposits be fertilizer stock industry in the section.
may
{ president.
should bad til!
r operate the properties for the Lively of Ocala, president. weattinf
Gray Elected Osceola Gets $13,217 1! lime proper cover crops and purpose of housing agriculturallabor. Approval of the lease by the i prevail today the ahe w tU begin

I ?ever OAINESVILLE Com Henry Gray API, attorney HoldtSpec- [ KISSIMMEE IOJ to Orlando Mom-'ng Osceola Sentinel] ,,, more other the important soil topsoil building itsetf is.the,agents.for protectionof once Even it Volusia Board In Atlanta.." H. W. Rainey. chief struction city commission to begin will by permit Oct. I,con and Canning Plant Blaze Saturday if Becwasary and. Junior exund'Into Mdma. avatar con-

yesterday was elected County received $13.217 thisweek of operations of the Labor Branchin the large structure is to be com toots for 4-H and FFA boys arc
is little be done to
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Mayor Commissioner of gone very can the southeast said all Florida pleted by Jan. 1, more than six Sentence Deferred definitely scheduled 'o..ow.ho"A'fffl' ,
as its share of school
restore fertility to the original l 1
Gainesville for the coming money for teachers salaries, land. Urges) Daytona county agents have been advisedof weeks preceding the annual exposition accordttw to lrt.en.
..ti' year as the new city commis- the offer and should direct Inquiries Feb. 16-22, 1948. CLEARWATER lAP Circuit :
con met. transportation,' and current "A careless bank tdepo<>itor Kill either to his office [449 Snively stated that the amphi Judge John U. Bird yesterday had library Nears COM, etistl
: expense. I find himself one day without a Project Funds W Peachtree St. N. E.. Atlanta, theatre, to occupy the space at the deferred sentencing William Gor- TALLAHAti6UThetr raVf-
"f balance in the bartk and likewise or to Heritage's office 434 Datura north end of the exposition don Mitchell. 28 of Lakeland who '
the Florida
dollar at
:: million library
I Ie a careless farmer Hill find [ ae-al to Orla:-GO Morn rg Sent nee ,
Florida Southern Adds St., here grounds where a temporary amphi- pleaded guilty Wednesday to a A. and M. Coltec win be
t! Cattlemen Eye himself bankrupt in soil fertility DELAND To finance relocation Rainey said all camps have theatre has been erected each season charge of setting the fire which ready for occupancy by October ".
Three to Faculty List I unable to" grow the; things' he and installation of utilities as been completely inventoried and will be poured cement steel destroyed the big Lee Co. canning was recently annhila' < a. J.

'- t iSc*.ial to Orion:) 'V." 'vj S 'it: ne,. must sell.Despite result of widening Ridgeood Ave. that prospective purchasers may and cement block construction. plant at Tarpon Springs Aug. 25. Luther Thomas. bead librarian j
; the hurricane the meeting inspect these inventories before Phil E. Lucey, exposition generali Constable Walter Carey of Tar -
:$ flood Threats LAKELAND--Completing faculty was Attended' by nearly 50 in Daytona Beach, the Volusia filing offers to buy. All camps, he i manager, stated that plans for pon Springs said he was investigating Your Club Today I
appointments) for Florida South supervisors; men elected by district Board of County Commissioners said are on leased land the amphitheatre and provisionsof the possibility that others vow C4.ua vrfoar
";; { em College English division Pres. landowners for the purpose of yesterday requested the State In the event no offers are received the lease had been discussed ata were involved in the anon case. ORt-ANDO. Kl...tt Ctak C .f C.a:*t .
.it Ludd M. Spivey obtaining technical assistance Road Dept to advance the county Heritage said, the Labor meeting of the association's' directors Glenn S. Wiseman general man- '' 12:11.... Uon* (1." C. .( C VM .
'ol! ; yesterday an-
pe:' to V 'v:O Mor "1 Stnrv 1 12.U Optimist Ctafc. Leew Nettl
from the U. S. Soil Conservation Branch has been Monday night, and that ager of the plant estimated loss era.
KISSmMEE-Residents spent nounced appointment of Miss $125,000 needed for the project. empowered to Cot,.. abed 1 .._
mt of yesterday discussing the Helen A. Scutt, formerly at Santi- Service in improving tbeir farms. A Commission dispose of the camp properties, they mere part of an extensive pro at between 400.000 and $700,000. .'W:6 ::.- a.-,. Or.r 9.MI
resolution stated
r term and policing up debris fromj I ago [Chile] College and Potsdam of under Public Law 731. by offering gram of expansion which 'the exposition East COCOA: IQ.... CIIo twee .... II t' t
'College Miss Harriett C. the City Daytona Beach was them to the highest bidder. will follow during the .
tbut surprising few persons re- 'I ; Rowe. Kiwanis Club Picnic Indianapolis Youths II ...,.
wad the wind and high water [ previously In Wisconsin high unable to pay for the cost withouta Both Heritage and Rainey, however year. .DAYTONA.n.. .
t a Ptu* IS e m
rotection erected hastily Wed- I schools: and Leo H. Ollara. who Slated for Wednesday special tax levy and that the warned that the prices offered Held in Jacksonville ICELANDRMr Club C. oftrlra. Co 4..t.

j jHday. I has taught at Woodstock College -> j! OrvnJ< ? Mjrnnd Se?' :,e" time for such a levy had passed: the value must of be the commensurate with Osceola County Schools JACKSONVILLE lAP) Police I lueria. Ill m..e r..C5. Ooe .e ......
and the of properties and
f University Tampa.
Cattlemen who came to town i, EUSTIS-The Central FloridaKiwanis yesterday were holding John Ryan, 121* ..o.EArnrs.
It was pointed out that the that no token. offers will be con Closed Until Monday I crrr: ......rr c- MI
i iuriday said the 5J> inches of picnic scheduled here sidered. 17 and John Wilson. 16. two I 1111.miff
had for
.j ca which: fell between 8pm.bdnesday I as stiff winds drove high waves Wednesday but postponed because City already arranged [Sterol: to Or o icb M::ruing sentinel] youths from Indianapolis pending KIMIWWEK: T..ered.Rr a.. ;X;
I ;) and 10 ajn. yesterday I over the asphalt strip floodingthe of the storm will be held installing sanitary sewers at a KISSIMMEE-Osceola County'receipt of instructions: from rela I H H._.. .S a e... ON rl..... .
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'_' creased their high water troubles I low-lying land adjacent to next Wednesday instead, 1-t. Gov. cost of $43.000 and 912,000 in Call Brings Death schools will remain closed until tives. With no baggage and ap- "' '1'. DOlt'e. aa... O...",-,'.
: t pastures materially and that : Lake Tohopekaliga. Earl Myers of Eustis an unced. storm sewers. OCALA API E. P. Paul store Monday morning according to. parently no place to stay, the pair I> lids., P'* an.aasroiw 1
4 .ter in Kic&immee was the high- Other than a few broken limbs The picnic will begin at 4 pjn. 'The Commission asked that the owner and resident of Peoples Sam Brammar, county superintendent was picked up by Patrolman I ills ..aTrroevnl.a: Uses AM. Ts-sI Lester. .
i C they had seen it In years. I and some wind damage to the cit- with games. Supper will be\\ servedat funds advanced by the 8RO betaken City was electrocuted who said that high water George Branch Wednesday night R.t.rr a.. w- .

..;. City workmen barricaded the rus crop in the county,little effect ,, 6 p-nu and the speaking. program |I from future accurals of surplus yesterday when he attempted had made some rural roads imi for questioning. They said they a.., I' 'I "..aw1N'ran ",Elf: .-.. .... ..'.eE.t.l
sLtfront road cdnesday night I was felt from the storm itself. 1! will follow. I 80 per cent gasoline tax. I to make a phone call. i passable. I I were on their way to Miami. I 12.11 ... I
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Kiner Collects i -- 'Page 12 rlanUn fi{ ruing Srnllntl Friday\ September 19, 19."i I'Fading St. Louis

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_OrUad writer- fill Morwnc today's SeBtiael space,as Whitney guest columnist.MarUa, Associated Press sports feature i I I Grand ParadeI Weekend College Football ; No Match For j


NEW YORK-This is a tablet-size sketch of one of the i i 50th WesllakeBreaks

most serene gentlemen we ever had the pleasure of meet- ; ; ;

ing. Serene on the surface, that is, as only Bucky Harris Not All Breathers

himself knows the turmoil of discouragement of elation, of I Game Surprise Victor Openers Spahn.Braves

uncertainty and utter dejection hidden beneath that placid ;i Up i

i Br STEVE SNIDER LOUIS (API)
exterior in recent years. I ,,, terl ST TVfrnplm
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It's a sketchy sketch to be sure, as it only includes what we'veseen : PITTSBURGH rAP) Pitts- In 'Bucket' Run (United Press Sports football crashes the big 5(. Louts ftodbu. tmUmt the*

of the Yankee skipper. and what we have seen dates back less burgh's Wally Westlake drilled a NEW YORK-Intercolle .
schedule includinga sixth Mnlfht MfalBnc .. ..
than a decade home run Into the Greenberg I : time this weekend with a small but rugged I I .......

Our first meeting was quite casual. We had gone to Orlando, Gardens in the last of the ninth Grand half dozen games good enough to bring a wild glint to the before Use ...., -&b-

Fla, to look onr the Nationals in their Spring training and pickingoor and the Pirates won an 8 to 7 decision Parade DELAWARE.fast stepping Ohio API bay polt eyes of old grads even before they've stopped sweating out I. pawing of Warn* ..... tC the

and over Brooklyn that closed Barton Bra Veil. 6 te z.
way cautiously across a field densely populated by running out any chance the Dodgers had .from the Baker Acres Stable of the Summerheat.

throwing and ;yipping Cubans we reached the dugout safely. of clinching the National League St. Charles. Ill.. was a surprise Hard on the heels of the U. S.> I It wu SfwtHi'a IftJl tfctftry.

Bucky Harris cat there. munching a sandwich and gazing with flag yesterday.The victor yesterday in the featured Golf and Tennis Championships lie checked the Cards vfcfe eli,,

amazingly steady and tranquil eyes at the organized confusion on the : defeat ended the Dodgers $6,250 "Old Oaken Bucket" three with the National League pennantstill Janiro Liked : hits did not hess a pu aRd

diamond. "The regular squad worked out this morning" he explained. current road trip and they ncxw year old trot at the Delaware undecided. comes the first blanked them to all eittpt UM

-These are some boys sent to me for tryouts." He knew they didn't' come home for games with the Grand Circuit meeting. major intersectional football of seventh 1n1 RC.
Boston Braves on Saturday and I The speedy son of Nibble Hanover the season. Over PelloneIn
have a chance. I A two-run hoa.tr by
by Harry Summer-time football MB B.
Sunday, needing a combination of masterfully piloted These
two triumphs or two defeats for Fitzpatrick, took the companionrace frolics are poison to coaches and text his Wnd of UK ..... ..
It wasn't a good club even then but Bucky wasn't complaining.He I Garden Go the Braves the )..
the St. Louis Cardinals to win the RALPH KINER to the "Little Brown JUg"pace forecaster alike but here goes: ek Uorry
never complained about anything. And he wouldn't. try to fool pennant and meet the New York I in straight heats in 2:09: 2/5 Intersectional: Penn State Dteknon in the first aMt>.f. Mm.

7 41. J Yankees in the World Series. back in lead. and 2:07 3/5. over Washington State at Iler- NEW YORK rAP For the past ny Hopp connected tor the circuit

111 Just say Fm happy to look at this team after some I've been i; All the Dodger runs came on shey, Pa.. and Kansas over I couple of months now, the beak- with the bags empty l* HM third .
Way Yonder, brown colt driv-r Texas Christian at Kansas City. and a walk to EUtott. Itrt 7W
looking at. he said simply. homers yesterday with Bruce Ed- busting at Madison Square Garden .r-

Then a year or two later we ran across him in the dining room I|I wards belting his ninth in the first Shea ReturnsTo en by youthful Del Cameron for Both games are tomorrow. strictly of the bush soa's SU.Ile and a .ten< MI MT9tbetn
been
1 C. F. Gaines of Sherborne. N. Y.. Standouts: Oklahoma A. and has another nm IB tat
flm
alone and. with two mates aboard.
Terrace Hotel. He was breakfasting as inning
of the Tampa '
Ralph Kiner. Pirate outfielder. was the odds on favorite in each over Kansas State at 1.1'1'; I league variety, that not even free The Braves final t.. .ourkwi.

Usual, was as quiet and self-contained and immaculate as your idea broke his tie with Johnny Hurl Yanks heat at one to five in the first Kentucky over Mississippi at dishes or bing-o could help. If came off reliever J_ .aji n kj| (1M

of a successful young business man. Mize of the New York Giants by and three to five in the second ford! Miss.; California over thrown in. So It is a distinct eighth on a walk te OMMIdoubtes .....
lie was the same as he had been a year or two before and the his 50th shot into the Gardensin but he wound up third in both Clara at Berkeley: Texas over I I that tonight by Spaha ae4

trade part .f it was his Nats were the same. j I the second. lUbe was kept To 3-1 VictoryNEW events. Texas Tech at Austin. pleasure to report Holmes and Hope's fly.

"Only one of our 13 rookie pitchers ever played higher than' out of the homer column at Chicago Lou Ros black filly owned by Both intersectional games couldgo I I major league fisticuffing comes A double by Xaw ahntghitr.
YORK (API Frank (Spec! either Penn State, expecting Theater of the
way. I Palace
If' back to the
"Waivers only hope. ,
he remarked casually. are our
class D ball yesterday. E. A. Scherler of Lakewood Ohio, improvement over its and suiclm by Marty --. t>i
castoffs from the Yankees it would help." It was just : Although the Dodgers took a Shea. New York Yankee rookie earscramblers.This .
we can ret some was wheeled into second place by 6.2-0 in 1946. has the Rice and Rod "Srhing t vduced -
three-run lead in the first they out with an arm injury, season grand re-opening of nose-
a statement of fact. pitcher John Caton in each jaunt. backs while Washington State rebuilding the Canto mM al .
j were trailing, 4 to 3, when they since July 5, announced his com- The $5,000 'two year old pace after its 1-6-1 season last mashing on the old scale after the

We didn't see so much of him the next couple of years but on plete recovery and a claim for a went to Poplar Volo. bay colt from year, has just about the same line weeks being of assorted accomplished hamandeggerjis In aID- IegeaUa.1:1. N. ":'S, r''. .5N.en.d

the rare occasions we did see him he always was the same-serene, World Series mound assignment the Poplar Hill Farm of Lexington that held Southern California to baby-faced Tony I .14. _..'.. .
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to etch deeper the heavy lines in his did you get the idea he Pellone. off New 4 5 5 I
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Louis Cardinals' loss fo Boston the Baker Acres Stable. scoreless tie last season Ta'lb 4 S 1 Is 111........... 1 I 1 I
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ought be hiding fire: that he would like to explode just once. last night made things easier for It was the second consecutive but Kansas improved the most York's East Side streets. _.. 4 a 1 i .:....... . .

FInally. be and Washington parted company and he was Brooklyn despite their defeat at I:. J. Hal took the first heat Those are the two welterweights 5n._ : I5l.- a ,
enough to beat .
day in which an erstwhile Yankee later on-good ul15t. S I I $US81.i -
signed to manage the Phils. only to read in the papers about six i hands of New York. The Dodgers in 2:06: 3/5. with Poplar Volo Oklahoma and tie the Sooners for rated immediately behind ...--. I&IOiUan. III I .

months later that he was fired. We recall mentioning at the time idle today while the Cards pitching casualty showed a returnto second in the seven horse field. the Big Six title-and expect to Champion Ray Robinsonin 1I 1--" I. r,

he wvnld be back in the Big Show although we admit it was more meet Chicago at night could form. Allie Reynolds blankedthe They traded positions in the be better with the same old gang the latest National Harlem Boxing I E S ISO--S S 5 I
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hope than certainty. bark into the pennant should White Sox Wednesday, 5 to 0. :second! as .Poplar. Volo wheeledin back in the starting lineup. Assn. lists already, and has agreed to I See S IIS ..
with 2:095. sugar man
He landed with Buffalo as manager and the next time we saw the Djermen drop tonight's tus Shea, who now has won 13 and Re-building after a disappointing the winner a crack at his -----4 _
sle. A win St. Louis In the extra heat they went give ".515 i4..fl.b IIFIa .>
him he was sitting in a hotel lobby again alone at the annual Dodger or a lost 5, had a two-hit shutout until 3-7-1 season the Oklahoma crown, come December or -.. .... ... .. 81 l'sb44.
loss would clinch the pennantfor three quarters in a slow 1:46 then Aggies have some old timers back me .. ...... i ...
baseball meetings here. Nobody was paying much attention to him. the ninth when Rudy York January.
inning second last .. ,
4
the Ebbets Field clan while turned in a 29 quar- make for the -
fiom the to
war up : =:
After.all. he was a minor league manager among major league managers ': the best the Cards can hope for belted one of his pitches into the ter under the ship poplar Volo loss of the likes of Bob Fenimore, The betting boys figure this one L1s .s'. I.
R. I a.
Just yesterday's hero and today's forgotten man. now would be a tie for the pen- right field stands. Thurman taking it by a nose hi 2:15. 1945 All-America. Kentucky is try- is going to be a horse from a different .,::..=. ..:;... 7'. I.... : 41 1
i Tucker followed York's smash with + than the last time.They're .. ..
garage ism N. S nS04 I
nant should Brooklyn lose all 4 t ing to come up in football to its Janiro of the .... ,- 5Mm', 5.y. ... "" ..
harmless
one
lie was as unperturbed as ever the same quiet, neat and affable their eight remaining games and a single. level in basketball and figures to I' tagging ...Uk' 594.55. t 094. 1meOS

citizen as always. You'd never know from his demeanor whether he the Red Birds take all 11 left on CHICAGO UrNS.l fA3 NEW YORK abrh.IAl Giants Hike I i.come close to making it this year. I smoothest these days,boxers as a 5 doing to 6 ii business favorite 'I n..Same. ...:......81..15 10$.iim..81n.4 04lm Ie.f. .........""_

was managing world champions or the tailend club in a Class D, their slate. Kon'.JIo 4 I I I II W..21> f 1 2 I 2 California looking for a new deal 0?. I. 81'_ I. "" L CI.in. .
h.n..1.It4IS1SItia.Ijr 25525 to gallop home.Winter .. ___ .. ,.. ,.
\ under Coach Lynn Waldorf who 5 1 S5a I. a. I H'
eague. The calm, steady eyes give you that quizzical. sidelong look, I I l-i&.rf! 4 5 5 4 SlIAiideiI.W. 2 S I I S Homer TotalCHICAGO i .n 9404_ :- m v __ .... I 15 i ..
I ..k.1b 2 1 I 7 SIISM..me.f/ :: S I 2 5rmu..f came out from Northwestern expects .
U>e voice never brays and the words are never boastful. a_. ..-- I to I 810 p.- a
scored a quartet of runs in the I. 2 1 \Irq..I.,: 4 I S f Iall' its line play to handle Santa Park HSAATo 181,4581 ?*und Joel" __. f 1 Imosm...
{ Everything is always all right for the guy. lie never crows at seventh homers Jackie Robinson 8 >ka... 4 I 5 I obn..J", f S S 1 I API] The New York Clara until Pappy Waldorf can I 01,5- '... ant ....':.
on by __
f. S 4 2
)lorb..Is.JI 3 I 5 2 ZII'.t
s.rce s or whines when the breaks are bad. lie's riding high now, and Carl FuriUo. Each I iHud',.. SI1..f1ae 4 : IDl.k..S Giants hiked their home run total unwind himself in his new job. Meet : T. 294 .: 094' -- -
: : : : ; : Monday -
but he* the same approachable, affable gentlemanly citizen he was' !I smash came with a runner on Ii5l.a.p 3 S1.io1.p for the season to 211 yesterday Texas has Bobby Layne back
I
at Orlando and Tampa when even the first division was an obI I. base. 2""t \1in their 9 to 5 triumph over the but a new coach in Blair Cherry I I WINTER PARK The Winter Legion Wrestling Card

scare goaL :I Pittsburgh levelled the count in Twain ; T.al MIT IT IB : Chicago Cubs. and a new offense-the. Texas Park High School Athletic Assn. ,
Popped out for Mfcharla in Kk. four-base; For Tonight PostponedThe
He won't"have to buy a new hat. and you can't help but wish all ': the last half of the eighth when Chicago -- IIIMI 0<11-Irw | Bobby Thompson's with mateon Tech. victor in three of its four has scheduled an important business -
York .. MD 01 24u2nnru smash in the third a against Southwest Confer- : for its members at regular weekly wrestling
the luck in the games meeting
world for a guy like that. : three hits including a double by .
} Bun bauM iB: l>i for two runs !
: Wallavsa. Lopat good
< base was ence teams, is a rough one to experiment Chamber of Commerce Monday program sponsored by the American -
the
I Westlake. two walks and Jim Rus- )I...... Clark. LiBdrlU Y.... Home ma: Turk.KtoK could buta ;
sell's outfield fly meant three runs. bam: T>orII.L: Dnublr plar: DIe_ '. after the Giants score with but Texas figures. I at 8 pjn. Legion at the Legion Arena
I Micharla. Wallw* to Tort KoUcmi? ... WaLIe.e single tally in the first on four tomcht Promoter
The others: Assn. officers last night urged has been postponed -
used six in
: Dempsey Gives Walcott/ ChanceOf "I vain Brooklyn attempt to nail pitchers down the a left un to Tort basr;:Srinneua Ckiraco 8 to, "Runto>.... Tork to McOulBO... Baanbalta i s1nl'les.NEW YORK (NI CHICAGO (NJalrhSSI : East-Duquesne over Geneva; all interested people tp attend the Cedrte Bens announcedlast
..
un : lopat 5. Phf* guikn OHU: 81 8. I sbeS5S Villanova over Kings Point. session. night.
triumph. Kirby Higbe. a member Lot 1 iBiptm. Wrafer. W.KlnkT. M.(..w.. I I
>at North ,
of the Dodger mound staff early and Grim. Tout: I:52. AIMBdaacc. $.," : Rh..n 4Il21Lme.y.3b $1212K Midwest Iowa over Business to be considered Includes y
,.,.. 7 IThmeun.cfS
.
Dethroning Louis Dec. 5 I 24Ws1'k.IS : : ; Dakota State Iowa State over COLLIrGa .OOTaALL
.
I this season. was the winning paid) : : : : SIAbun.s.5 2 2 I ; Iew bleacher seats for Har- F.dfa. U. C.WiIIS ..
hurler ,,,..111 I S S 4 IIcs'a-a.e-f I I 1 1 SM.r.b&uq : Iowa Teachers: Missouri over St. I per-Shepherd Field and plans for I

MEMPHIS TAP] His name still magic and his opinions 1 4 : : : SINI,81SIQ.d II8.-11.ftinas I : 3 S ; ; : I IWim94r.e4 I Lotus U.; Detroit over Central i the forthcoming Winter Park High Since 1903 the Yankee have

: still respected among America's fight fans Jack Dempsey Reds Finally ........If 4 I S 1 I'':If.n 4 S 1 f 2 Michigan: ; Texas Mines over School football season. won 10 World Series followed in
PITTSBURGH [tAP Ralph I..4.k.:11 41232134a4r1d... 25512I Drake; South Dakota over Yank- I order the Cardinal with *.
by
yesterday deplored the doldrums in which
1 ;: the boxing world Kiner. slugging outfielder of the ._.. SSSSt.DllrudrS.S5Jim ton; Colorado State over Em-
.. 25153 and Athletics and Red Sox with
I finds itself. Pittsburgh Pirates, yesterday 'P 21S1)l81srus.lft'.. 2 1 I I 0 ooria (Kansl Teachers; North Western [Colo] State: Oklahoma 5 each.

; As for'the forthcoming Joe Louis-Jersey Joe Walcott title moved into one of baseball's most 1)l ... 45555 Dakota over Luther. : City U. over Fresno State: Nevada
.
: exclusive players who Beat Leonard 15445r.l.th.im.p Mississippi !' over Flagstaff I Aria) Teachers;
brawl, the one-time Manassa< groups I I. S S 0IRok I South-Alabama over -

Mauler now another have hit 50 or more home runs in a : : : : Southern; Clemson over : San Francisco over San Jose State SALLAS & SALLAS
on
wres- '
will
become
I just another colorful season. i I3IrrI.P S Presbyterian; South Carolina on Friday and St. Mary's over

! tkaz-referee tour-gives Walcott I name on Louis' long list of victims The trick has been turned only i CINCINNATI IAP) The Cincinnati T..aJo "$ "r.f Tolila U 5153714 !! over Newberry; Davidson over ; Portland on Sunday. PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
chance" of IB Sb11.HiI i Southwest Texas A. and M.
a Louis. Madrid
dethroning I w.hfor!
Elon Carson-Newman over
Dempsey traditionally called "Anyway. Walcott's got a better eight times in the past and by only I. Reds yesterday finally caught I into a ton out for' Knak IB 5thr .. Tennessee; Tech: Richmond over .over Southwestern (Tex];Hardin- and REPAIR WORK

. on to comment chance than anybody else up to four players: Babe Ruth who hit up with Emil IDutchl Leonard. \ -HU York Into a out._for n_ Ertckwn_ 1.2 Ml in ttk.rw 10 -* Randolph Macon; Georgia over : Simmons over Trinity (Tex]: 534 W. Central AT*. Ph. 1917S.
54 in 1920. 59 in 1921. 60 in 1927. Philadelphia pitcher who had 005 055 045-S
when there Dec. 5. 52-year-old Jack laughed (bk-a.o n : Arkansas over Northwest
re
Furman today.
54 in 1928; Jimmy Foxx 58 in MartkaU. Lokrkc. Cawrrwta. I i J S. F. Sofia J. K. Sollas
big doings along That's the date Louis will dangle beaten them three times previous Rim fcrrom kattrd: JanuS 4,: Tboonoa 1. UanaaN 2. W. 'I' Far West-Brigham Young over Louisiana.
1932, 50 in 1938: Hank Greenberg. ly this knocked him from _
Ii Tin- Ear Alley- the world's heavyweight cham- season lonprr :3. Km. IXMwy. Wallkua. rararretta.M I
i qualified that'Walcottg pionship before Jersey Joe in the 58 in 1938 and Hack Wilson 56 in the box in the sixth inning and rk 2. Two baaa kiu: Lohrkr. Kerr raiarmta. i ,
.. Horn pan: ;
. prediction: Madison Square Garden ring. 1930. I went on to win 9 to 4. Thmwov.AhmrmThrw amflr' ba*: tvon.kits 8ckrTiB! Double plar: Sowarm -''Cron/nmen I / Brownie Hill/
a haven't seen Louis work late- BROOKLYN IN. PITTSBURGH (NI. It was the final game of the to Mark to W.i1I<.... LrK tm Same >cwTork Wallop fOR DEPENDABLE
j .1 SI II aSt.nkv.25
deN r
IX. Baem balls Jaaamt
OB
fast ly and don't know what kind of S 1 I SiRn.rf.rf 6 I 3Roiw 1 I2 year between the teams and gave 4. Cbiruo
boy as they 4 fm *. Milter I. Btrik ouU. Jauara 3. RADIO SERVICE
1 co nowadays In condition he's in," the former ,e.Ib S 1 7 Cta4ign.! ... 4 1 1 I 2 the Reds a 13-9 edge. Cincinnati Jonra 4. M-.... L Bin orr. Jaaara IB X 1.* 16 Hits 10-6 I
Victory
1 R_." 4 1 1 I al..c..r 1 I 2 S pounded out 15 hits. inning: limr 4 1. S X->. MiiiI la 4 X-Z: [: Corps for CALL
fact, if be can heavy king said. "But I do know "''arillo.'" 4 1 1 1 H..p, S S I SEd K..... I IB 1-*r KrukwB 4 t* 3; Mma I IB I. :
1f last four or1 six that he hasn't been fighting and. : ........ I 1 1 I 1I4OJ1D.3b: 4 I 1 1 1I Eddie Erautt went the route. Uuininn IxtrbrT: ....... Ln>l.. .lwh..r: Mill". ,,1' BOSTON AP Trailing 0-6 after the first three innings .
I' [ ]
f I aIPr.rf 2. 1 'IKiDPr.1f I 1.1 1 CLon1f I rnpirv..: Man Jotda and t._.. TUB. tJPl. ASSOCIATED 5300
rounds we might you know you've got to do that to i .;,..-n ib SM..r.5 for the Reds, allowing 12 hits, 14
''' rash
A'trndanc 5 in
have a new stay in Shapel"Allison. : : : : :I Wd.dt.ngAc : : : SJorIPS to win his fourth game as : .. i j I the Boston Red Sox broke out a yesterday, poling

champ." I 'LSb 1 I 2 'I"MleU.rf I I I I S against nine losses. It was the 'of their 16 hits in the next three innings for all their runs
....a..31> I S H-.n... 2 5 I 5 I .
1 0 1 Ii e r wIse. a Cincinnati catcher Is i 1taa.P 2' C 21!Khltta.. 1 1 SBorueT. I 1I first time he had gone the routeto ClevelandKayoes i! in a 10-6 victory over the St. Louis Browns.

Dempsey agreed believed the first baseball player to I .. : : : : :I frRkard, ..n aV.a.ik.p 1 ; : : I' win :since May 15. Most authoritative whack was Bobby Doerr's 17th homer

that Jersey Joe Dempsey wear a glove or mitt in'1869/ I IIYlksia S 1 S S OIR'd.-.n. S S SBN.WALpl 1I I Cincinnati hit Philadelphia with which he greeted reliefer Fred C" -

! I I,._. S : : S S1jRo.I IB..b.mp : : S 55J' S : I pitchers for 29 hits and 21 runs Nats Sanford after starter Cliff Fannin J_ Wim.... BMM _.! Unrrr. Double EXCLUSIVEFEATURE

IKwII.p S I S S 'ld8albld S I S4 i lin the games played Wednesday had been derricked because of Plan: BoranliM t. auvbnu Ie 1IIiaIIdI; PB*,
Ce*- S S S and I WASHINGTON tAPl RookieBob t. J.n, 1. Left cm k>MM.. Loot I*: Bnw
yesterday.
1 I -----4 !I i Washingtonwith yielding successive singles to Dom .. BM m ball: r.nl. S. FIB 1. DorU 1,
ROLLINS'"TARS" Totale IS' 8x23 HI Total 13 8 1. 21 Sx4b0. I PHILADELPHIA (NI. CINCINNATI. IN) Kuzava stopped DiMaggio and Ted Williams. Both Ziibrr I. klufw 3. Strike utu fuala a. FM-

... out .m winninc eq.bw.ik.4 cored. I Lol'oi.a: I : : SjRauniht..d; : 2 2 2liThrfl.rf : five hits here last night as Williams and DiMag. scored aheadof ter 1. Riu off: F...... S tm_4 (MM .tm5tbl .
for V.m-mk IB TtKs.gl.d 5 I 2SSITutun..cf 552 I 'II the Cleveland Indians defeated iimuu: KufOTd S to l- -
e- 2 or Wtrtrlmuia in gtb.d I I Doerr. POSer I fa 3. FIB S fa 1 1.1' Dorbb 4
a"is.I'; 4 I 1 2 IIHalt_.::" 55. 1 I 2W9iTh3'k.dl Cleveland Itbl; :
4-0.
I .
Nationals.
1 : -Htlkrd. for Ihwlum 8th.v I t 1 SIT..me.Ib 6 1 I 5 IJ.me..1b the Sam Mele strengthened his bid tm 1 t i. Zubrr mow !. *: kliMf 4 III ft.

-Fllr.. __out for_ _lutUbona-: ._fib.Rronklj. .- 4i_7nttRborjh 4 1 2 S IllAman..c 5 I I 4 S nicked Walter Masterson for a for Rookie of the Year title bygetting Hit br pltcS'r: k. FanaiB-1cIn1 Baaforol.! WlavlasMtrbrr lmttn -
HOME GAMESSaturday. __ $"aua'I 2 1 S 4 1IGSI.5.If! 4 1 I I I I run in the seventh inning and : lOng.I..sog. :
0 III M* "J1- Sprgu..p I S lIlt M.I...... 4 2 2 2 SI.Hm.dIy : five hits in five trips one *. FiMnlla.. .. Hurtor. Bmr adTine 5..L
Error Wtlkrr Rum htttM In: Kdmanlf S. added three more runs off Rookie
:
and in : 1.11. AtuitdaaKc. :X.JW.
sin... RUMPII 2. Bob_ 2. Furilla X. Smlkrld. I SSSSIldnun.3b SI I TS I II of them a double driving
'MIana.p S S I S CIEraulIp 3 I I I I Bill Kennedy in the ninth. i
Welake. Tw* b.'e htti- FUJii.... Reiser.WMlk I two runs. .The Sox outfielder
... ,I !'MIu1u.11t 4 I I II SIV..b.nb Cleveland scored in the seventh MOORE BREAKS HAND
Three kaw bIt Walker Bom ran: I into the Big League
Oct. University of Richmond .... ... I 4 I 5 I fl who jumped
BobuLFurll. WeoUle.Kurien
I Southern>> Conference F.dw.' bue Klner.. Robi.... 8ninrea: Boe. Btankr.nnnhl I.p 2 I 1 1 21H..p 1 when Lou Boudreau singled to 1; from the Class A Scranton Club, PHILADELPHIA [API Promoter I
plT: Ed.ant. to $'tunki. Left unKroaL.a bases: I S S I S 'I center. continued to second on i i is batting .304.
t Saturday. Nov. Stetson University 5: I't'W.QTg'. h S. Ba>e, on balls: Roe 8. 1'sdgu.c 2' I 1 CI ___ Earl Woolen rumble and scored ; now Herman Taylor yesterday can. T T TY'rTTAc
leading
B..,. 3. Batoer 2. lohmu 2. r.lic 1. Smka 3rt""UI I! Williams the league's scheduled
I celled Monday night's
TaUla Total :3* U X7 14nminIrd Los Fleming's single to right.
Saturday. Nov. 15-Murray StateS wit: Roe 2. Banta \anevtk X. Bonham 1. on batter got three for five driving C
la fth.Philadrlpbia
Hobs' 1. Hiu aft Bant i la 4 1-X iimiocs: out for Spraiuu cLnE IIWAIHIN (Al i boxing show at the arena an- '
I .. .. (too 505 HO: -ICiarinnaU .1,5.11, ..SrSSaMithnIIJf home two Boston scores. All were 05ttsiQPAW? Oil Fifty
-- - -- I I
Friday. Nov. 28-0hl Wesleyan'I *'ln 1.3"a""ytr 11.1 1Hot 7 i ..
Barney I ._ .lffl MX l IUS.., 1 S Ilw..ct 4 5 S 2 S that Archie of j'
; I Moore
I IEtTon 1 left field. nouncing i
in I 1-3.: Bonham I ia 1 1-1. 11.hrsn S la 1: I ....... to Element arc the only elements
I Saturday. Nov. 22-Otterbein College ralira t in I: Highe I U 1: Kin 2 in I 1-XMHDIIK I Talum 3.: Kraunirk.BaumkolK.. Tounc. Runs LananBO.batted Gala laI .: M.'tk'tio.rf 4 I I 0 5Ij.2b,! 4 I'5 I 1.1 1 2F.deatd.rfSSSSn.s.rt Bob Klinger. the last of four St Louis suffered a broken hand hmviBf the aeldpr* f clan eUk I .

\ (Home Coming \ Rtewait.pitcher' : Benltnc Huhe. aad Lntint Maierkunk.pitcber: Tune Klnc.: 1! tra":: ,,.. T........ _uJu. Knniv Tkmba _r"L" 1 I I I 21"...-." 4 0 I I 1 Boston pitchers. hurled five innings in training yesterday and wouldbe I j
1.p.rn.: e bit: Toun 81.1' ,. .....: Adanu X. Doable I II fl.-ume.ISSSISSIE.me.e, ISilli: CHeet Tub Trip. Cut ret
J-4S, Attenduce: .151 (P.I,11. of four hit ball to receive unable to appear for his ached- i
All GamesORLANDO I I plan, Millar to Adam*, .. Town X. Left OBbawl K..r.It: I 1 2 2 21Itul"! ..... I S 1 1 2 I ,
: : I-biladelpbiB 7. CiorinaaU K. Bamon l18tnl2b4SS2tIY5tlk3b 35451 credit for the victory his first of uled 10-round main bout against and thus allawpollnti i
halla: Lranard 3. Eraott L tit"... no'.: Ht'taa.e S I I 3 lIIlnlwitme.V2 S IKm. the season. I Dusty Wilkerson. Philadelphia i .a .f
Leonard. t. Kcfi.ni 1. fliuhn L Eraiitt 3. Hit Ien i ..... 4SlSJIMcBrIdt.If ISIS.MimenLP ir'engine
: I II ST. LOUIS I*) OSTON (M -
STADIUM Lakeland Mentor : iMnard IS I. S 1 J inouws. Ullfhra I IBX \$ I S S S sbrb.aT .5,555 I .IL B. f% .
XSpradna S la X-3. Hrhani In L Wild ,. S 4 1
S
| pItch: .........nL Pacwd ball: SrmUurk. Loxlnnpitrbrr I I =.. 5555I r Mltinc'r.IbMo 1 6 S 1 1 1 1 I 1'!1 IPr.ki.n.Tanks.3k 3 5 5 1 5 1 1 6 I1eflnnA1 4 I, CALLUS M/.. Insist .,. ,Oen

8:30: P.M. *.LMwianL mpirM.. Barlick. Gina ajldRunlan. 1.Pridd, 1. I I S _'d.l1t 5 1 I 2 IID13Inwo.'" 4 I I S IHrukjf kit txtr I I
: Tun: 1:M. Attendance: 1.140.
1 I 6 s I I I S
4 'IWUIia-.H
I! I. T"'al 3J..X7 ; Total M. S17 Irimt .....'...... S 1 I 2 410n.-r.lb f I 2 I 4 i TO protection. 'Illlvt' t
se RESERVED V &'TC.Betweea 40-yard lilies ,?... Sings Grid BluesLAKELAND ,i ..... out_for Xut.... _la__I'S.l1pnI.ad .JU-t ).t&di.Icb.lb 4 I I S HMelerfJmM.lk I I 5 4 5 DELIVER THAT PACKAGE tt
till
iCA I i:
\ Other Reserved fLii' Clearwater Suffers W.l.lngtn. _O' __So. .55 941-I 4.oIP..rf. S 1 2 S 6' III 2 ,I nettveries Until It P.M.
I; >>........-. ,.. ROM bafted I .e IiISSITebben.c' 45251 I I ORLANDO PARCEL OEUVCKY
: Wim
:SEASON RESERVED Lrmn: Taat. Fannu IS00SIYmep 55515
I SEATS: Five for Price of Four [API Working with First Loss in MeetI In: FiD bit: t.nm Keltner.* SanrifIn.Kuzaia.: Fleamlnc.Metkoeirk.Ifcwbto Twbaaa I I Ipl. : Salll1.t<<.. IIISSscuIInruan I I S CiDoriufcp 1: I 15555 I I S SFe I PHONE 7284 ut WHERt YOU s f11US$ tK ,

Telephone: AVINTEB PARK 94 ATHLETIC OFFICE U squad numbering only 25 and .,.. Boudrra w Gordon ta TIeIIl..... Left <. I IZnherp 55555Ibsunu
3 CAR'EGIEHAU. I CLEVELAND TAP] The Hand- ,, bans: tlrteland *; WanhIngtoe 4. :Baaea an : 15555
r Write or Call ROLLINS COLLEGE woefully lacking in reserve ford Cal.. softballers defeated, hall: KUMV 1: Maxenon 2. KennedT 4. 8tnk I -.IKltnaerp 2. S I S a t.I .
strength. Lakeland High SchoolDreadnaughts' wit: Haxata $: MaMenon S. Hita aff: Maatern -----I -- -
Clearwater Blackburn Bombers of 4 Kenned X la 2.J Budm S in 1-2. ....
Football Coach in I ; T. 37 I II 24 'I| TMala 311'1121"
:
Ie.. f Clearwater Fla., 1-0, in 15 innings. Wild pitch: Wa...-..... Ixn,n( pHener: Mamrwin. -' .Fanned. for Donah in ML JOIN NOW
Ken Hoyt is singing the gridiron II j Time: I-:14. I'Bpinw Bern. Jonea and Grounded nut for Zuber la 4th.
in the World Softball Championships -
Bubbard. AlInmdann4.241.. .
blues. 94. louta JX3 Ins (11I8-
.. here Wednesday night. BoMon __ _r CM 343 (Ox-!'
In his opinion his charges will Clearwater now has won two and !1 About 20,000 miles of railroad F.........: Benrdino.0 HteDnen. WIIU.... Bunabined
I fortunate if they win a single .. X. Jadnich. Mel. Florida Association
be II I I : DilllMer X. Btepnena Anglers
lost They not scheduled line were abandoned in the United .. .
] the 1947 slate. one. were 3. T_'.. DorrT S V ".uu..o L: Twbaw ,
.
i game The on Dreadnaughts have nine I II yesterday. ;; States' between 1916 and 1940. ban Berardiniv Calenwav. 1ldDidI. Mele, I


lit THE I lettermen back from a team which 1' ..- .,..". .- "<",,,,,, ......, '
EOLA INN I last year managed to score a single II husky tackle. Bob and Willie rr'II I Be Eligible to Compete in the

: victory a 21-20 verdict over Housefield twins: Dan Meloy. Bill i < ,

Plant City in a non-Big Ten game. Richards Frank Phillips Dan Me- ,

:1d : Confronted with a shortage of I loy Harry Coe, Alex Bryce Harold CASH PRIZE $50)000 CASH rnizK
NOW
OPEN i material in practically every department Overstreet. Art Wright and Pete !

d Iloyt said he has been :Dickerson. S I

PeatiringSoulhern forced in practice sessions to I iiot declared he is unable to I LAKE APOPXA FISH! RODEO

drill some of his candidates to I select: now with any degree of

: than position. certainty his starting lineup for I I I
one I ,
:1:1Ie play more withoutan the season's with Edison "-. '."f"f.::: ::!,::,:,,,,,,:',--i;,, ":: :( Two Semi-Annual Rodeos

Style Cooking The experienced Dreadnaughts blocking are back although at Miami Sept.opener 25. I _.. .' .. ,>.. ,, ,...._;.. >,..,.. .....:<.::4_<<': <;:::"":-1t:.:.... '" .

...., 1 Serving 7 A. M. Til 9 P. M. four backfield men from Hoyt has had several candidates 1 Charter Memberships $6.50 per year

.if.. last year's team are on the squad: trying their hands and feet I STOCK CAR RACESAzalea

Ronnie }'orrts. Ernest Lanier. Don at passing and punting with MorI I I After Nov. 1st, $7.50 Per Year

Davis and Johnny Monson. ris showing up1 best as throwing I

j I "The Very Best For The Least" The same situation exists in the passes and Tamer and Davis getting II I Driving Park One Mile Speedway Opening Day of First Rodeo
November
line where some reshuffling has off the best punts. CASSELBERRY FLA. % 1st

been necessary. Holdovers for po- But Hoyt said the squad is without I .

W. Hare Facilities For "sitions in the forward wall are a real standout. Kent Busing, 75 MILES OF THRILLS T Write Wire or Call

Special Parties [Dwight Redmond Don Barnes and a sophomore who is out for a
SEPT. 21st 2 P.M.
III : 1&n7 Sellards Owner .i Larry Richardson ends; Theo backfield berth. has shown best OFFICES
( Harold A. Hall. Manager I
.. : I I. Allen guard, and Lawton ,Chiles among the newcomers. Other new FREE TIME TRIALS i/ ADMISSION $1.25SEPT. Angebilt Hotel phone
;
L center. backfield candidates are Tom Mc- J' 20117IEDLIOK'S
E. ;
53 Washington I ,.
Phone 5891 2 -2-4 P.M. CHILDREN UNDER U FREE ,
.. .. ..- Also working out for the line I Cormick. Harmon Jones Bob Gos-
are newcomers Don Plank. a lin and Doug Hall. ,


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Is Next 1 JACK'S f EDDIFSOUNGf&T .1
StandingsFLORIDA THEY WILL DO IT EVERY TIME By Ha'tloI I OWtOlllYANHOr

Opponent for 1

p, -'ular Jimmy Laedeke Jimmy Laedeke STATE LEAGUE j jI Tonight; DeLand BETTER STRAIGHTEN WRINKLED? IP YtXJ CECIL LOOKS LIKE ,tASK

e. ht, makes another up-and-coming i little Orlando (Shaughnessy Playoff THAT OUMt/; SOMEBODV 1h'HATTrlE WELL-' 1' HOLLOWAY'STIILKS.

.. home-town appearance Monday I Result'YesterdayGainesville I I CECIL. HE SHOULD STRAIGHTEN PRESSED MAN WILL' ,
light a Supporting bout to the eight-round 5, St. Augustine 2 : LOOKS A It R'l
Jeer ".",!'nc and Jimmy Burke at the session between (Teams tied, 3.31.Today's]. !+ Goes Tomorrow LITTLE WRINKLEDUP THE WlN00W WEAR WHEN HE'SNOT ''f ,

PI ..'11'' "ter Doug Barnes Legion Arena. Game I DECORATnR NELL Di2E55ED II
,.! last night said that Laedeke would Gainesville at St. Augustine. 1 FRL SAT
th-l Alonzo _
rugged-------- The "big blow" that failed to

Phil ..rr U-IJCT, a Winter in a six-roun Park Prod go. I complete negotiations with NATIONAL LEAGUE j hit Central Florida as hard as was ALONGSIDE OUR STRAIGHTBOURBON
an- CECIL EVEN
to ke Team W L Fct. GB Gtpe 5 ,, SEEMS TO ME
get
on enough
Andy Anderson other Tampa expected, still was windy
ofJacksonville t
flyweight one of the Brooklyn 91 55 .623 8 I II I 222.50'S LOOK
In another six- Busamonte to raise havoc with tonight's cur- THE DUMMV IS LOTS ,
ncnd wrap. brothers who chal- St. Louis 80 63 .559 9Ji 11 I NIFTV-
lenged Laedeke to ,;fight from the I Boston 81 67 .547 11 7 I tain-raiser on high school football SMARTER.THAW
;:1 foiuound, : bout Jacksonville I ringside two weeks New York 76 68 .528 14 7 for 10 elevens and still leave a CECIL AND HIS j M + II :!
jaiiel 143-pound ago, agreed to Cincinnati 71 78 .477 21" 6 I
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pod,. up against Jimmy Savage, I I I take on Alonzo when arrange- Chicago 66 79 .455 24>,i 9 question mark for two for tomor-
pound Orlandoan j 1 ments with Busamonte fell I Pittsburg 60 87 .408 31\\2 9 row night.
[Snottier four-round RO and pos- through.The Philadelphia 59 87 .404 32 9 Both Orlando teams due to take
>0Se. one more bout will be added I Orr-Anderson bout is one 'Games to play.Results to the field tonight have had their
the American Legion card, I the Legion promoter has been Yesterday
postponed. Coach Paul
igaes aaJd.e trying to arrange for several Pittsburgh 8, Brooklyn 7. games
f,. scheduled Dunne and i weeks New York 9. Chicago 5. O'Neil's Tiger JayVees were to
;:rte because the fans wanted It. I'', Reserve ringside tickets will be I Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 4. have faced Woody Darden's Titus-
i flunk it mill prove to be a real upped to $2 but general admission Boston 6, St. Louis 2 I night 1. ville Terriers there while EC $yS s rJ .. _
cup." Barnes explained. tickets will stay at $1. Barnes Today's Games ',
J said. I [Spec) Jones' St. James Panthers Proof
tatdeke, who was trying Probable pitchers: (Won and .
to
to have
r- :t lost records In parentheses! I were made their initial

l Chicago at St. Louis I night]- appearance at the Greater Orlando K 4e-' } + t + tk OLD
Stetson ElevenScrimmages Schmitz 11-17J] vs. Hearn 11171.I Stadium against a fellow Central I EHIND THE SCENES
Only game scheduled]. Florida Conference foe, FloydJaeggers' 5 ( t WITH THEDlSPLAV WINDOW AMERICAN
Mt. Dora Golden Hurri-
I I DAPPER DAMSo I 'cES
AMERICAN LEAGUE cane.
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Team W L Pet. GB xGTP., Failure to restore power to I a ; 3 95

Now to Nan Attend New York 93 54 .633 7 the stadium lighting: system in (flout) 1w'Io Q y VASOLINI III
) time for the and several
Boston 79 67 .541 13!z 7 game I .
A Good Movie Detroit 78 68 .534 l4Z! 11 inches of water standing on the f 1 AND JOHN1rY =i7E 4-5
After The DELAND [API] Although they Cleveland 77 68 .531 15 8 I| turf late last night forced St. e. ,.e arr.trnor:w r .rs ,. r.va 1 436 13w PHJLA PA. QT.
'loll Opening! have Stetson had only three days drills jPhiladeL '74 72 .507 18>'i 10 i James to call off their game. 9Y!
football candidates were O'Xeil had conferred with Ti- -- ---
Chicago 67 79 .459 25& 9Wash'gton i -- -. --
sent through their first scrimmage 1 tusville officials and reached a r i
60 85 .414 32 9 : !
yesterday by Head Coach Brady I St. Louis 55 90 .379 37 10 mutual postponement on the I PLYMOUTH Fl
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Cowell. II xGames to play.Results I JayVee game earlier in the Injuries Continue To Plaaue Tars
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have By the weekend, Cowell hoped to Yesterday week. j I I ROCK a
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a pretty good idea about
I New York 3, Chicago 1. The St. James-Mt.: Dora game .. WJ'business '
how the squad would shape up for Boston 10. St. Louis 6. has been re-scheduled for the local By DON VINCENT ,Hardman. Jacksonville scat back. being around here.:' Mc- w
sl0IV the. 4 nine-game schedule openingOct. I Cleveland 4, Washington 0 I' site Thursday, Oct. 30. School Re") is College! Ptb''"'-y Ore> rcr] I who came up with a new charlie Dowall repeated. However, he ex- RYE rz
against Jacksonville NAS. officials revealed last night that BREVARD N. C. The Rollins
[night
1is45tot'L The Hatter mentor was heart- < horse; Blocking Back Buddy Tate \ pressed satisfaction over the prog-
( ened yesterday by the return of Only games Today's scheduled.Games season that tickets time. would A game be has honoredat also Tars lost two more griddcrs tem- and Center-Guard Gene Chezik ;;ress of tne last three days. 11..98.'r:

Byron Brasington, 150-pound tail- Probable pitchers: (Won and been scheduled with Winter Gar- porarily as an epidemic of minor : strained sides and Tackle Charlie "We've come a long way since :
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back from Bennettsville S. C., a lost records in parentheses]. den there for Nov. 14, it was an- injuries yesterday hit the Blue and i Knecht came up with chills and we scrimmaged Appalachian Sat- e -
regular from last I fever. If this : --
b, season. Washington at BostonMasterson nounced. Gold squad. i urday. improvement con- I .
a. qieti 1 Meantime the Tar boss drove tI tinues, we'll give any team on our .
't'" 12-131 vs. Stobbs. ro-O]. Ocoee also was due to open her Tackle Bill 'Schafer. 240 pound QT. -
his charges through another schedule I 4-5
a tough struggle. -
i Kramer to 'Think Over'Rich [Only game scheduled]. I season tonight with an ancient I' 'I
Coronado Beach
i sophomore. was | rugged drill emphasizing blocking With all but four of the squad
1S" Offer To Turn Pro INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE opponent. Winter Garden, fur- "Sidelined with chest bruises while { and perfection of execution from Florida the players have
(Playoffs) nishing the opposition, but bad '
I i End Art Swacker I of
1 1 was limping on plays. spent most of their leisure Time
INDIANAPOLIS [AP Jack Results Yesterday ]weather and light failure also has
Syracuse 6. Buffalo 2 Syracuse leads la II i 1 I I, a twisted knee injured for the second "Performance is the only thing' for the last two days huddled
Kramer of Los rated postponed this one. The i | mUJaCANADA
Angeles I finals. 2-1)) same time in two weeks. Chief of I, that counts on this ball club and around radios listening to news of
the world's No. 1 amateur ten- :story rings true for Cocoa's George 'I i
AMERICA' ASSOCIATION I i the lesser
>
i casualties was Sammy anyone who can't produce has no the hurricane. .
nis player said yesterday he had I'I McClelland and his eleven who _--- ---- --- --- -
received a "good offer of $40- tames scheduled.YesterdayNo i I, were to get under way for the '47
t7oslr"Ir p0.llN0i NOrIIM6 000 or $50,000" to turn profes- SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION ;: season at Klssimmee against John I DRY
/ Loon lus SI1w lt1 sional but indicated he would ,,1 i cur 1 test coocuUr think it over before leaving the games Results scheduled.YesterdayNo I will have to wait a while after a GINGEBALESODASPUR
soaked field and no lights knocked
g), OUt ranks of the amateurs. SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
ltF1S UsowNr IPla70ffResult them out cf action tonight. THE
Yesterday CLOTHES YOU WANTAT
st a t Lou Gehrig with .545 and Babe Savannah 6. Charleston 3 Savannah i I No report could be obtained ofwhether
Ruth with .625 set the hitting pace wIns. 4-3-Columbus previously: eliminated or not CoachLester
br: Augusta). i iI j jJLenczyk Woods' Auburndale i
In the 1928 World Series.BESSER'S Bloodhoundsand I PLUS

Moves der Coach the Frostproof Fred Comparato Bullpups wouldbe un- i A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY : ISri. DIP.

-j I able to go through with their i LARGE. SIZE
1p arc-light tussle. The game is ,
s Up in Tourney scheduled for Frostproof and is a
N 11s4iQwING RESTAURANTGet Ridge Conference clash. U FLJi
Ready for the Holidays. f TORONTO [API Grace Lenczykof However, two games are on
!:j how f se Cream Finest,Western cheeses Beet.AU Kinds Poultry.of Breads Soar I Hartford. Conn.. and who enters tap. one for tonight and one for

Ten '" IIS W. Church St. Tel. Z-I223 I Stetson University this Fall. Saturday night, as best couldbe i
,tkrsastSgLN reached the semi-final round of determined by a checkup last : +
I the Canadian Ladies' Open Championship night. At Groveland. Coar h I II/duRAl

YOUNG TURKEYS Ii[ tournament yesterday, Shaw B u e k's Inexperi-nce' C L O T N E S R f US. P.4T. OFf.
along with three Toronto golfers. Greenbacks are planning to gr
",.. TMtfvwt Nut v...'.. Ever Eat" Miss Lenczyk was in difficulty through with their ,initial test 20o SWEET

Maitland Turkey Gardens I II I a few times in her quarter-final ;, against Trenton High at 8:15 PORT. MUSC.I 69C
Mil* East of 17-92 at Maitland j match but recovered brilliantly to p.m. Word late last night disclosed I:
.n Maitland-GoMcnrod HeadPhone 111 111S j eliminate Mrs. Hugh O'Callaghan the game definitely wouldbe I SHERRY 4-5 Qt.
> ., VIsitors Welcome Winter. | of Vancouver 4 and 3. played.At .
't Park-: Mi [ Miss Lenczyk is paired against DeLand J. B. "Specs" Mar- 1 Schwobilt Clothes have kept their prices in line. We I
I
G Ada MacKenzie of the Toronto tin gets a chance to see his Bulldogs A WELL KNOWN BRAND
j
i Ladies' Club in this afternoon's in action for the first time i have maintained value and price because we are buildingnot I
semi-finals. Miss MacKenzie, five- this I LONDON 2
year as they play host to Pat j 98
I c I Ic time winner of the tournament, Reen's St. Leo Lions a non-con- for today or tomorrow-but for the years to come. DRY GIN
defeated Mrs. J. H. Todd of Victoria -
ference foe and
I i a newcomer to .
O B. C.. 5 and 4. !;i, the Volusia Countians' schedule. i 90 PROOF 4-5 QT.
Y.E IlY.MASSE 1 I ---- --- i!I I Martin informed The Sentinel tI -
last n Fights Last Night ,I night that high winds had damaged -
.4- I WORCESTER. Mass. AP) Al Knisey.: their field's lighting system I I
Day I 194. of Worcester, pounded out a 10-round r
,, but city officials had assured him 1 1I
I decision over Sandy: McPherson 234 la
R. I.. here. it would be repaired in time for
Don Df Fore -In Cumberland. :I I You'll recognize sound qualityYou'llappreciate s
/ t the gam- st for 8:15: p.m.
I 1TH l'1 1ST WARD'S HOLIDAY INN (
I -- fair prices You quickly ..
Gladys George in. Located mIdway between Sanford Winter
Softball
;; Loop
and Orlando on Highway 17-92 is
00 yiTUgOA MILLIE'S DAUGHTER"tomorrow OPFN SUNDAYS':' learned that buying direct makes the CHAMPAGNELARGE
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hOw TM U Code of I CLOSE MONDAYS I i Opener Again Postponed y I
M"DESERT The West" STEAKS and CHICKEN
I price possible.
Sties.
fob !I
DINNERS Orlando ? Vinter Softball !
tMRO t I Phone W P 9174-J i League I rec? .:cd ;; second setback !|

? __ I Cocktail We cater Bar to For special Your parties Pleasure J on its leani"ner last night i I iJPZP: SIZE
when oT called '
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"THE j: play until a > date because of < $26.95
V0D1CI DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS the storm -- "her.
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"Dancing under the stars" According to the Solana MINT JULEPGLASSES

Billy Arnold's Orchestra Tuesday Wednesday, Friday Saturday Nights tables calculated for this are;
S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. RL. of the State, the best timefor $32.95 I i
bunting and fishing wil Q I -
be as follows with Major f is
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periods indicating the bes
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0r Sund'y 10:50 5:05 11:20 5:30 i iI i I
( "HELDORADO Major Solunar periods testis IV* I COATS : It
to 2 hours in duration ars shown in t
I Kov RatersAlso I black type. Minor (or ascend. cost LJiIAGEN
,10H1t A/ffi "MYSTERIOUS MR. VALENTINE"William I I I poriod> shorter hour. li.ht typo.'One I

Henry-Unda Stirling $15.95-$19.95
WM{ Ilm fW First Show TM: Complete Show From 1':30ClliJdr..a I s i 86 PROOF
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DIAPER I Just OH Route 17-72
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PHONE 2-3357 Drug Company 1'- Council To HearTax I (Arlailhn Hunting Smtmrl 1947! Serving Doily trow 2Ai I
SEPT. 19,
j jo I PAGE 14 FRIDAY iscinrNDELIGHTFUL SC Cool l
Complaints TodayThe Daily I DINNERS .*

NAVY AIDS SCHOOLS Luncheons Including Smorgasbord Pleasant
A/vc/arvo/ Marks Festival City Council will conveneat NEW YORK [UP] The Navy has I< From

/Ao \ 10 am., today as a Board of donated $613 million worth of sur- J i $ O ,ReT'roM S I I.50 AtmosphereCAN'T :

; WATCHcan'ffx I I Believed to be the most modern .7 .eYW. f a Equalization to hear complaints i! plus property to educational institutions j I I Daacisg Ntgblly .. seroeded Mask :

I .' drug store in Central Florida, from property owners on property I throughout the country in !j .
Stroud's Rexall Store No. 3, Pine valuations as they appear on the : the last three years for use in vocational -- --
I St. and Orange Ave., will hold 1947 tax roll.Following training courses. The do-
i
o house tonight from 7 to 9 i
I open nations included machinery, me-
the Board of Equalization
I o'clock in concordance with the i tools 1
chanical equipment
LAWTON I gala Fall Opening festivities. session, the Council will and boat equipment and we boat SLEEP NIGHTS ? i
Believe hold its regular 'A weekly meeting ; and universities -
Caiwt watasmabws Iii 11wm OruN With the slogan "We Stroud Mrs. Stroud Davis Mrs.. Davis 20.000 schools colleges
I in Orlando" the four coownersof -0 -- which was postponed from Wed-I headquarters of the "
the three Stroud stores. Will I nesday because of the storm. I Third Naval District announced. Your Nerves Are Starved i
Perhaps
E. Davis, Mrs.. Mary Jo Davis j .
Vets Vocational "
Mrs. J. A. Stroud and Joseph i RELIEF may lie in "PHIOXOB"It's :

Olsen' G ralrctUId. A. Stroud point out that they are"constantly iI' Groups Meet Today I
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Milton E. Bray I Different I IIntomni
striving to bring Cen- New-It's
1q H. RyUnd Cox '! Representatives of the local etei50nIYQ'Dash-! .
E. Frank Gardner tral Florida the latest in modern Veterans; Administration, State'I Sleeplessness),N rro-
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t .;' FArI\.CH LD I merchandise.Features of"tonight's open house I I and Vocational the State Rehabilitation Employment Service Service It's fortified with i l\'JEd\ often nett. Vpttt Symptom Feeing.of Worry Irrttsbdtty,Anxttty.Emotional t

will be favors for the women, toys |i will meet today at 3 p-rn. at the iU I Strm**, which my prevent I
1hmrE double-dip ice cream soda for only : American Legion Home to plan a I relaxation and ability to deep. j .
10 cents. program for the Employ the ai ,
; Located in the Metcalf Bldg., Physically Handicapped Week Scientists claim due that to a many need cases of T maybe *;..- :
: which will be recognized nations partially .
Strouds No. 3 features the most
PbloxoBhas
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1111 mint and Phos
ally Oct. 5-11. I IttilIlID WITH ;
up-to-date cosmetics departmentin I s become famous because of its ;
Leaders of government indus- :
Central Florida, co-owner MaryJo
I Sootbt and RtUxTttit
Davis said yesterday. try, labor, agriculture education II ability often to these nutritional :
through
flI / veterans, women's and religious Nerves 1 ;
i iIr Included in the large numberof elements.
scientific and professional
clerks and department heads groups
organizations are urged by the AUERTY FHIOXCXSOFTEN I
For the fourth time in two E are the following experienced planning committee to attend. a GIVES PALLIATIVE EFFECTS I 30-Day Supply $100 I I

years our Installment Loan ; persons Sammie: Bethea head of the I : ; IN TWO WEEKS i iAlherl's

Department on the 4th floor fountain and foods dept.; Glee B. NICE LAttNONCENEWBURYPORT Pbloxo-B is Tbi*mice, combined with ll_**,., raooal :
Mass. [UP]
: has enlarged its quarters. C,_, Rikard, drug dept.: George T. School Superintendent Rupert A. I t e f I of the 5 Pbotpbttet Iron, Sodium, Clfim, F.'41';*_. tad II... i f
Morris pharmacist Willis B.
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Nock gave up hope for a beautiful cesium. I
Maxwell store Mrs.
I ,. 0' manager; lawn when he returned home and Pbloxo-B and see how added daily rations of T_
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO "'"' Maye Owens cosmetician and Ask for Alberty't f
I > found 17 his
cows nibbling grass. soothe irritability and ad iav
acnOUSMtl ee
and Pbospbatet
buyer Stanley J. Pacewicz stock- mire may
Capital and Surplus One Million Dollars.MIM8ER .ft.1 ; They had wandered away from a these nutritional factors. '
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room manager and Mrs. Jewel E. I restful sleep through
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FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION near-by pasture.A
C.O.D
No
Bryant drug dept. By Mail $ .1O. plratr.

colony of bats in a cave near '' CHAMBERLIN NATURAL FOODS

i San Antonio Texas, devours approximately -I'I ORLANDO, FLORID
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115 Florida Ave. -r- ii CLEANS PAINTED WALLS, WOODWORK.

SET-ASIDE ITEMS FOR WORLD WAR H VETS ONLY

1 Joiner, wood 61 Joiner steel 1 Saw. band wood 2 Heaters space oil; 16 Lamps, desk, metal 7 I C C LINOLEUM..WITH HALF THE WORKSp0'

Lamps desk; 2 Lamps table, pottery: ; 44 Lamps floor; 1 Desk, table 1 dr. 29 Desks table; 9 Desks of- ,

fice; 36 Tables draft walnut; 16 Tables, office oak 1 Chest wood, 4 dr.; 23 Chairs, office, exec.; 1 '

Satchel leather: 1 Unit, surgical; 4 Vises machinist S oAY A y I
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1 Compressor refng. 1 Brake, bending; 1 Machine bending 1 Machine, swaging; 1 Press, hydraulic; y S Rinsing !
I 1- Saw. metal!, elect 1 Cooler water elec; 2 dis pensers, water; 6 Fryers deep fat 6 Perforators paper CAN

l Saw. blade. C/R. 4 Blades saw. C/R. Q 0 0 l P!

1 Priority claimants buy until 2 P. M.. Sept. 22. Non-Priority buyers from Sept 23-26. G 1
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3, BIG SPOT BID SALES r 0 R 0 No !

AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS Wiping

DALE MABRY FIELD FORT BARRANCAS PINECASTLE ARMY AIR

TallClhcz..... Flo. Pensacolo. Flo. FIELD
Pinecastle Flo.
Sept. 22.23-24.9 A. M. Sept 2526. 9 A. M. -
October 1. 2. 3. 9 A. M.
Inspection Sept. 18 & 19. 9A. M.- 29 & 30.SA.M.to3P.H. a/
Inspection Sept. 18 & 19 Inspection Sept. a
ol P. M. DiffERENT World
No Soap In the
9 A. M.-4. P. M:
MABUVNA .A..4F-Pipe fitting. Steel mesa trays Projector bulbs.fiO-ft.No. 0> Cleans So Beautifully) So Easilyl Run don't
Steel storage' tanks pump exhaust t Army range; Power plant
sea east iron pipe; copper wire; water fan; Platform truck. Office chain; Extension ladder Electric water cooler walk to the nearest store and get some Spic and Span!
pomp; tank: electric fan; Safe; Pillows Mattresses; Folding ; Burroughs adding machine: Walk-
.I l teas. kerosene water); Refrigerator; : Reach-in refrigerator; Coal eonsveyor. ,c 3r S
Gambles
*; 4-wbed platform trailer Food Mixer: Saw; Kitchen equip. Portable platform scale: Revolving D4' t, Imagine! Spic and Span Procter and new
'rinkiaf fouatalnj: ,
: ale; fo*. link lamp; En eztiBcuIaben to locomotive and railroad chain Desk; Single bedsteads.wood
machine nail equipment. Folding chairs wood: Feather l dozens of things to gleaming perfection-in half the
: acwing : ; pillow Protractors Canvas kit bag;
fUN win; ball &. roller bearing; OFFERS from priority group accepted Cotton comforter. Parachute harness tune, because there's No Rinsing! No Wiping!
palate. until noon Sept. 25. Award to be assembly Gas mask &. earner*. Kar- j S
made in priority sequence at I P. M.. dex visible file cabinet; book case. / See the 1 glorious results on Y5r' own painted walk!
DALE MABRT FIELD Sheet metal Sept. %5.. Sale open to _priorit, Cylinders (gas chemical A. welding .
and in hot water out
buyer Sept. 26. Set aside item. to be The following item on the veteran' Dissolve some Spic Span wring
duct; double deck bunk, footlocken;. old daily to veteran of World War II _.,ide list will be sold to Veteran G .41 a soft cloth well whisk whisk over the surface. .
ban termite shields reflector .
aaoaqnit ; ; upon presentation of evidence of honorable of World War 11 upon presentationof
*; V belts ISO ft. Gal.,.. sheet steel discharge. evidence of honorable discharge: then look! The dirt's gone! The section you've cleaned
Navigation atop watches Swivelchairs
smoke stack; waterproof wrapping paper Prority claimant buy until 2 P. M.. ; Typists chair; Desk; Folding r,V. stands out from the rest like a bright beacon? And youdon't
I : eomcated paper. Building paper Sept.2.. Kon-priont buyers from chair, wood: Feather pillow; Cotton ;t
L/ back to rinse or dry, as do with
Amy rugs radiator valve*, portabl. Sept. 23-2* comforters: Tables \ < go wipe you soap.
bale to Priority Purchasers Oct. 1
air eompreuor, electric: water pomp: walkinrefrigerator truck F.r Fan Iaf. matins Order from Priority Claimant will Whether it's big housecleaning jobs (window trills

and aipipe* fitting platform and plumbing. Customer Service Center Center at be received made, UP in to the 2 P.following M.. and priority allocations C ceilings Venetian blinds) or daily jobs (fingermarkson

fixture. that Ml N.E. 2nd Ave. equence: 1-federal Agencies; 2.-Vet. woodwork,heelmarks*i linoleum) Spic and Span
World War II I-FWA & RFC
Miami 2Jacksonville. 15 scans ; ;
OFFERS from priority holder aeieptd a 4_State *. Local Governments, i- 0 saves half the work. No Rinsing! No Wiping!
up to I P. Jt. Sepu 22. Award 115 Florida A.... Non-profit instittion s _
\ t.*be....made.. day.in Sato priority apes sequence to non-pn-onto Jacksonville S-2S2J Sal .. :Ii.n-Priarity Oct. 2. S Purchaser It's safe for paint and hands.Get Spit and Span NOW I
ant, buyer Sept. IS and 24. Seta Tampa. Sit K. BoalcrardTanpa
Property: not warranted. WAA reserves
, . \ of World War II upon pi *enUtwa 4S S. Adam St. start of sale. :No packing or crating 'I
of evidence of honorable .. Orlando 2( E. Central An.Pe. by WAA. WAA Bale conditions
cnarg*. ... I.. Chamber ef c.... BI... apply.

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Bid Sales Tit; A .

$200.878 Inventory Safety Equipment: Fire Extinguishers Goggles Safety Apparatus. No priority needed O r-
Bids opened Sept 24th. Ask for Special Listing No. JKL27154. Li _JuSpan-

I $795,489 Inventory Searchlights and parts. No priority needed. Bids opened Sept. 23rd. Ask for Special
Offering IKO-61-20L
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$51.292 Inventory: Hardware and General Products. Non-priority buyers purchase through October 3rd.
Ask for Special Listing JKL-1S-152. "

$76,137 Inventory: Electrical Equipment and miscellaneous products. Non-priority buyers purchase thru 5TOV1 AND StNX
October 10th. Ask for Special Listing No. ]JKL-16-153. LISTEN tMa NOW AT YOUR OROCirS

$74.275 Inventory Electrical Transformers. Non-priority buyers purchase thru October 17th: Ask for Special AND OTHII 1 1ND DtAtlRVat
I Usting No. IKL-61-1S5. U LEUM R7s

i $51.184 Inventory Transformers for use in Unionmelt Welding Machines Continuous Fixed Price\ Sale for SrAtSING
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twentieth Century Club West Volusia Unscathed ''Friday September 19, 1947 (rlanbn iSflrtttnn etntfnd Paae 15

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at DeLand '

DELA."m--d to Orondo-! With Morning Mr,.Sentinel George I., mittees Finance: -: -The----Mmes.- Henry I By Stiff Gusts of Storm 1 Kiwanis Plans

jbomaa presiding ,
'afrttag of the the opening Boggs. W. D. LeVeUle and Ken- !Soerial to Orlando Morning Sent:nell
year for the,; neth Kimsey; Membership the Child Aid Work
jwnueth Century Club was held! Mmes. R. E. Lee. Drew Harris DELAND-Wind in gusts as high as 45 miles per hour in

Tuesday\ night in the Woman, and Ray Hogle Decoration. Mrs. DeLand and West Volusia County Wednesday night and yes-
flab House. i iEducation. Morton McDonald; Sunshine CommIttee terday caused no appreciable damage, according to surveys [tSpe 'J'' fo Orient> M 4r"T"ng Ser.' ''Ie'?J
:" Safeguard to Democ- : Mrs. Theodore S. Brooks. conducted yesterday afternoon. DAYTONA BEACH To raise i

"t rllC7.w" Ute has club.been chosen as theme : the Mrs.Sixth Thomas District announced meeting will that be I City Mgr. Fred Gross stated that clean-up crews had been funds for its youth activity and
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Representing the held in Cocoa Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. steadily at work since early morns -'T Of- underprivileged children's work,
Woman's Club. Mrs Stanley Junior Culp Community Woman's Club as s i"ing hours yesterday to haul away ward sweep the hurricane into the, local Kiwanis Club has announced -

',pole OR Alert To Cancer, and hostess. Volusia County Federa-I broken limbs moss and palmetto I the Gulf the headquarters were that they will begin next
ittUned the project at the Canter tion Palmetto Meeting Club.will be held at the |fronds which still litter the streetsin I closed for the night. I week sponsoring the placement of
Information Daytona Beach. some sections of town.
and
Detection Nov. 15. Several persons, however decided approximately 400 chewing gum
Ototer i! Austin Conrad chairman of the I
to utilize the Court House
Reports were given by Mrs. E.I I I welcomedmembers introduced and Red Cross Disaster Committee shelter for spending the night machines in local business houses.
Darts and club were the said all teams I At meeting of the
C Mrs. Thomas on the were taken off the one person coming in Wednesday a club Wednesday -
Mmes -
l General Federation of Woman's Neil B. B. Koch. Jewel Ewing' alert yesterday as danger no longer afternoon. f Harold W. Nelson secretary i

pubs' National Convention In Mrs. Charlie Dougherty Leslie Dyer and I appeared imminent He main- County Agent W. J. Platt Jr.,re ;! 01 a chewing gum machine DRUGS
]let York City in June, which Rhode. I tained a force in the City HallWednesday ported preliminary surveys of cit 'i
Following the business company at ,Lockport, N. Y.. and
irrrn members session.i night until 11 p.m. and
[ attended. rus groves revealed almost neglible
a social hour was enjoyed with, the when calls a member of the
;-Mrs. Thomas no were received and damage to Lockport Kiwanis
t yotntment of the announced following com-ap- Knox Mmes McRae.Harris hostesses.Nash Philpot and j weather- reports- indicated- a westBeautlf Only scattered ripening minor fruit. damagewas I CJub, gave a short resume of the 75c Miles Nervine Tabs 67c $1.50 Anusol Suppositories $1.09

t I caused to power lines accord firm's operations together with an '
!, y Bust ing to John Gravlee. district man- I exhibition of the machines; and i 50c Pepto Bismol 47c $1.25 Retonga $1.09
,ager for the Florida Power Corp.
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f who stated the four extra crews Richard Marshall!, chairman of 4 40c Midol Tabs 32c $1.00 Ironized Yeast 79c
,j without! massy e? i mobilized for the emergency were i the club's gum committee, asked
>< .. .eeatl.fowwe. >. ,. out in the county from Enterpriseto that each member solicit locations 75c Agarol 63c 75c Ben-goy 69c
.utN INR)1M.6,,..1a.eN Cee-t.aelY 1.ewal...e M...xd .: Seville to repair lines. among business firms for placing i 65c
7 e' 1 f : ,' _:ti. .o _.
F .tM_.......eukiV MnaH I wttn.ut" Rra.etsu ww. of electric service in to be reported to Raymond Reese
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i. y iMu.a.n. of were. weme. I DeLand proper, several outlying 'I
wM.... w.nW ..... elurtr, ? secretary at the YMCA.
awt _....N..ed.... .. ha.au I areas Lake Helen and Cassada&'a. -
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4N ( H<'R"O"E II U_ { The club also Toted to take full
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r ;' _b, a y--. _.. were without current most ELECTRIC
.... ......_ I RETRACTABLE
[ ..eraNe.of.NtMfertl. ... .. 1- M of Wednesday night and early charge of the rates at the school
'tjI .went'. M M..ele M -cat Art" I Thursday. I I I athletic field for all :Mainland :
w e.fx few wtumM.er r. ALARM CLOCKS
041." C,.?. 5-4.Mr.e.ur*rlmtwnm* Nana"-or profntOTI i.. U r.fnr I I'r' The schools which were closedall }i football games as a volunteer BALL POINT PENS
_ere twt_teeMtelt. e.M1M.. wr.nw. M.e w1tl M iun j day Wednesday, service to the Buccaneers. The
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CwNo ..._11 _-.IIF.... _A 14 al* N t.eawB _. again yesterday and unless reopened some;';I Buccaneers each year donate
wvts Emrich'. Pharmacy & Leading; Druggists I'I lone game to the Kiwanis Club. $4.95
CCCTI.w. unexpected turn comes in the hurricane -I l $1.00
Robert Thewatt
lit j i was named by
: .they.will remain on regu !
lax schedule throughout today ; Pres. A. J. Fleming to represent ;
--q school officials said. the club on the State Employment i i
I Agency's local advisory board and
Although the danger
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passed, some wary merchants { W H. Snow was named to repre-
1 were I sent the club in the
lS merchandise Community I
(leaving out of the
afl Chest drne.Seal .
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R show windows and keeping storm t i ,
K A protective boards in place. I
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.. 8. R emergency for the teams.fine co-operation and declared of : Sale Plans f DOCTOR ?

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everything was in readi- ,
.or c ness to take care of stricken per- I
Formed at MeetSpec
COME IN r sonsThe comparatively' light prop-

"erty damage and few casualties in ,
AND SEE the Miami area is indicative of [ :at to Cr'arr-o! MTT3" ',i, n

'what preparedness can do," he SANFORDTuberculosisChristmas O Perhaps you are one of those !
said, indicating that the
pre-
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ff4JPJ \ cautionary measures taken by local I seals campaign plans s fortunate individuals who has :
OUR NEWREFRIGERATED residents and emergency teams I were made this week at a meeting -
were far from a useless gesture. of the executive committee of never been ill. If so, you have ,

",,- I the board at the Chamber of Commerce given the matter of medical care .. ;
ObituariesMR. and the Tuberculosis Assn
CANDY DEPARTMENT r EMIL EDWARD OTTO is open now for anyone who will little thought.Here's hoping that ,
volunteer to give seal sale assistance -
I It keep* your favorite Whitman's Candies at a cool, Otto.KISSIMMEE-Mr.73. died here Emil Wednesday.He Edward. Mrs. Edward Kircher secretary illness never overtakes you or

even temperature. Let your taste be the test-discover had been a resident for two reported yesterday. any of the members of your fam- :

I how candies that are perfectly confected can taste when tS7S ON rA E, I years was a native coming of from Horicon Chicago.Wis. He He Pres.was voted George that Touhy a dinner presided.It will. ily. But if it does, you should be prepared. What ;

J they an perfectly protected.Angebilt FEW GEMS'A was a member of St. Michael's be held nest month for all local physician would you call? Where would you take ,
Catholic Church of Plymouth Indo seal sales chairmen the committee -
lM 4C S4IAKE$ He Is survived by his widow. and large gift chairmen at his prescriptions? Establish your family physician :

Pharmacy A BIG BOWLFUL I Mrs Bertha Otto of Kissimmee; which time they will co-ordinate now. Prompt attention to minor ailments .: ;
three daughters. Mrs. Geraldine county and city plans.
h Buchanan and Mrs. Margaret Maloney :Miss Ruth Hand school supervisor often prevents long, serious illnesses. When you t
27 N. Ave. t f both of Chicago and Mrs. attended the meeting and
Orange Edgar Burdick of Maywood. HL; announced that she planned to find it necessary to consult him, depend on us to ;

four sons. Emil Edward Otto Jr.. include in the schools this year a fill his prescriptions exactly as ordered. .
Phone 9831 of Burwln. HI.; James Otto, of J very extensive health program to '
Chicago; Bernard Otto and Lt. be sponsored by the Tuberculosis
) Comdr. Francis T. Otto both of I I Assn. here. Delivery from Either Store .}
IVIIT lox TOO RUT HUE IS CUAIANTEED flESH
Washington. D. C.; one sister, j
Ida Smith of Cobles. Mich.; rrs'l Palm Beach; also 15 grandchil-
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Socks ,: ... % .69 yd. .
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w Loa It weariDS 1 s s You wm want sorted rotors and (FaD fashioned .t sleeves aad w tNt .. K
several of these! pretty stripes Itottom. lafaat twtot nMl Mr..
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this value! craftsman bench Parallel Jaws fit sought trip Chrome-plate k 49 8 8
type drill press with -Floating securely. Projected wire cutter on NOW .
wr.._ .( zany ascs. Strong Drive;" drills to center of 1Z'.4 in. the outside of head. Durably,, madeof Reg. 59.95 !f et. j
heat-treated alloy steeL
sled .**stible laws open Ie Hilocks circle. 3-Jaw rhuck. r .
With 1/3 H.P. Motor 51.00 1:1 1:1r. 5.00 per month plus carrying charge
won; firmly at any setting. Hardware D.pt.-Ist Floor :
O-H length U Inches. Hardware Dept.-1st FloorSafe
?;: -' 7f1 1 Fine Kitchen Table

Hardware Dept-1st FloorBattery A set ,that will be smart anti practical in your house for yean

t 1 i to come, yet priced low enough for your budget. Durable tabletop

of white porcelain enamel has 2 sliding leaves extends 96 x 41-... Top 16.88

b -t Iti4iy = to 40 x 45 in. With cutlery drawer. Chairs in red artificial

w? ;. leather.

9 :: ; 1 mart vtttttty prtcM let real MvttftWhite
I WOOD TOP DINETTE SETS-Some with Side Pull Out Leaves; porcelain ....... *!*.* sop
; ; with maul frame. Hand diane.
.M Other with Center Extension Leaf. Reg. 59.95 MOW 3948. tbr.at.-paled tab If...

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Elastic 1.19 PRE-40 CARS 7.78 ea.
For '39 Ford Comfortable
Type Charger WeD constructed to give safety and Made to produce twice output of eldreflector
comfort, and at a thrifty low print type headlights on pr-'"
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9.00 per month plus carrying chargeAppearance
exceptional buy, for you get superb sleeping comfort at a

IBU the thing for hems to garage Wool Socks Rebuilt Fuel Pump dollar saving privet Tempered steel coils give gentle support.Thick -'S

I etnununicati. ] Interoffice. Restawantt Even Size 10,11,12.25 comfort and'thrlft! Heavy tapestry covering Inassorted cotton felt upholstering and sisal Insulation. Button tuft-
DependableExch. 1.34 1
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Ing and taped Handles. Striped woven Ticking. Twin or double
t ttate .a two flashlight batteries. 1M processed wool designed These are' guaranteed equal colors with walnut finished woodwork. Deep coil
for the athlete! Soft and absorbent pumps tlze.
ft sire and batteries included. to oricinal equipment For Ford
for wonderful seamless foot V324C Lincoln-Zephyr. 342; spring. See this Sears value today! .
comfort. Snug ribbed tops. Mercury 9S. 3946.

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PriscillasStandout S :
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Iou i1 marvel that this thick
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garments on strong hanger rod 4 i glowing beauty, the extra wearin Fluffy cotton terry taped hems
with plenty of at bottom
space these all-rayon marquisette White with
t. for enduring wear.
for shoes, blankets, etc. Easyto 0 priscillas! Nationally known washfast blue,gold, or peach.
assemble. Made of 3 ply Mt. Hope "Wat-A-Set" finish
Kraft fibreboard with handsome with luxurious rolled edge seams Hand Size: 15x27 inches .u .39
brown woodgrain finish. Reinforced and full ruffles. 43 x 90 in.each
I around sides and doors side, in eggshell white.DrapeQ" Wash Cloth,.12x 2 inches .10
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Price Thrifty 1.98
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I 1 J." .r:1: Long wearing cotton chenille oblong Ip charming: colon of blue blue-green burgundy and sand thai ,
I A waterless cleaner that can be lordaye vet to fit Ironing board up to an-rayoa marquisette to Rich bpi cotton lace panels in bathmat and lid cover. Choose Sears blue,
practically any cleaning lob 15 x: 54-in. iton-inflammable pads make your own sheer cnrtains and choice of 2 pretty floral designs. "Avon" design in lovely coral will blend beautifully with your fnrnUhlnt
... Hand washable with U x: II.iLGraDd peach or green.. Similar to illuiUa.-, : .
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; I .. Ute original swab.H cotton sheeting drawstring cover. able. In popular eggsheU rotor. b.ylDrapery Uoa. '" '
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T Nazi HAMBURG.Sterile Germany Laws lAP Ret Gentleman From Athens Held .T =i iI I Cosgrove's WillWritten DIRECT. 5


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By LOUELLA, PARSONS f "He moved his "family at great battle for the custody of little 11 'days before his death the win Win
Ian in Germany is being soughtby HOLLYWOOD-Anthony Quinnis expense to New York to direct ]I Judy. How much happier for the of Philip J. Cosgrove, fatally! WASHINGTON. '. 6 Hrs. 36
a of German doctors. child if Brian and Marjorie could
group the play"
the indefinite : night was
out of a job because of wounded Tuesday
The sponsors of the plan. Prof. postponement of The I settle their difficulties between 7 Hrs 59 Ills
before County Judge PHILADELPHIA '
'themselves and not in a courtroom. -a opened today .
Heinrich Schulte of the Bremen I Gentleman from Athens. Follow- Errol Flynn cabled his Warner 0. tA ,
that he will be back shortly Victor Hutchins.
ing the $1 million lawsuit Emmett bosses I
nervous diseases' clinic and Dr.
i Lavery and Martin Gosch filed after Oct. 2, but when has Errol I am very glad that Al +1 Judge Hutchins asserted that NEW YORK .. ,8Hrsr0MLA,
Hetarich Pette. director of Hamburg's against Leila Rogers. Ginger's ma ever come back on the day he Vaughn who is one of the most the will was unacceptable for pro-
Neurosis Clinic said yes- for saying on the Town Hall of the promised? However he will haveto affable and competent press
bate because it not witnessed. NOW
terday committee of experts had Air that Gentleman from Athens be at the studio for The Adven- agents in Hollywood has been was [[RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE
been appointed by the doctors to deals with Communism the finan- tures of Don Juan in early October assigned to look after the Ingrid Ralph A. Stephens U, is being [
study the question. cial backers withdrew their money. because it's scheduled to start before : Bergman picture Joan of Lorraine held in county jail in connection ci ]l[ Call 2.2421 or your travel aged JJ

Tony was ready to go to New the cameras not later than j i or Joan, as it is now with Cosgrove's death. .
OCt. 15.The. I called.In .
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rehearsals when much sought after role of the past through no faultof wife of Ralph Stephens
the sad news j the queen goes to >'iveca Lind- Ingrid's, newspaper people were was one of the beneficiaries EASTERN Air Lines
came. He had I fors Warners Swedish discov- not accorded the courtesy they, NEW NYLON MESH HAIR- named in the will. a;
BS77SRWAY7V given up all sortsof I ery. This will be Aiveca's third should have had Al will see that' net modeled above I looks -- AIRSHIP BY EASTERN lilt
movie jobs,including picture. Her second.To the \'ic- interviews are granted and that' fragile but has sturdy tear- "
POliSH TABtES! a good I I tor is still being shot so she will the touch-me-not attitude which resistant, strength. Air Forces, Army Divide : "7J>.Modem Shipping Servfct ol/I ftfi '

part at Warners I have no rest before she goes into was so unfortunate when she was _____ i iI Personnel for Service ,, ,." ,
because he] Don Juan. in New York, does not exist. Since i ""'f... itt -

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1C way engagementwould Janet Blair and Columbia part been assigned to this job by Perry and the newly independent United
help him. Leiber I I States Air Force are dividing up
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she finishes !
as soon as : Shotup Camp I
Cn He said yesterday her company next picture. Let's Fall in So far in the cast of Joan are 1 i personnel and functions throughI " " " ',..................
"Nobody is Love. That ends her six and a Jose Ferrer, as the Dauphin and CHARLESTON, S. C. [IUP1 I a series of formal agreements r .
more opposed to I ''half years on the Columbia lot. I: Irene Rich who plays Ingrid's Three white youths yesterday drawn up by the two departments. ,
S Communismthan 1 j She's coming in from Balboa mother. pleaded guilty to terrorizing a Ne- : Sec. of the Army Kenneth Royall ;I'l' 9.
I am and if Lorraine DayI where she has been on vacation to i gro Boy Scout camp near here :told a news conference yesterday
had thought there was anythingin star in Let's Fall in Love, early in I mentioned in my column last with gunfire and were paroled I that the basic policy compacts
this play to indicate it. I certainly -. October. Monday that Harry Cohn had from three year prison sentences o hate been sent to Sec. of Defense :I'j j
wouldn't have accepted the J There was some trouble, I believe bought Born Yesterday for Rita i on the plea of Negro Scout leaders i i James Forrestal for his final approval Fall Opening ,
part. I don't see how it can be over her choice of stories, Hayworth for an undisclosed sum. themselves. The youths were Hol- i ,
called Communistic. It's a comedy o but the parting now is completely I also said that I didn't think he'd lis K Chandler, John Murray Jr i : .
1 and shows a racketeer who have to work too hard to get and George Matthew Pierce all '
I amicable. Columbia IE: retrenching : Jersey Wife Deserter ; : l/at'e fort visited that smart ;
tries to blackmail Congress put in and Janet feels a chance at I Humphrey Bogart to play the of Charleston. i ,
+ his place. this time may be right for her. racketeer role, since Bogey had Finds Haven in State 0 : popular little Specialty Shop III
.awrat tried to the Garson Kanin ,
buy
'Sam Wanamaker is in just as
Her last picture was Black Arrow Jay Gould at the Tallyho I TRENTON N. J, (lAP Gov latel 1
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play himself 1.14 North Orange Avenue '
bad I :
a spot as am. went on Tony. with Louis Hayward She is a very 1 Comes from Paul Doug- Although Michael North and Driscoll was informed yesterday ; )
a wire
pretty girl and talented. las, who created the role on the Mary Beth Hughes have been din- 'that Florida refuses to honor New : If itot come ill Friday ettJHi ;
ing together three or four nightsa Jersey requests to extradite any-
stage, saying, Read your story on
MENFOR Arriving Hollywood Friday I Born Yesterday with great interest week they deny it is a recon- one on the charge of desertion : : daring the Fall Opening and get II

is Eddie Cantor's school teacher I'll bet Harry Cohn wouldn't ciliation. They meet to tal koier when no minor children are involved : : preview of Fall! '
Katherine Luddy. Her visit is a I I have to work hard to get me i the welfare of their son. Gov. Caldwell of Florida ,
very heart-warming story. either. Signed Paul" Well it's Anna May Wong, the Chinese refused to extradite Harry Lazar, i
YOUR FALL When Eddie was in New York not a bad idea.Snapshots actress has been on tour for a formerly of Paterson.Broadcasters "0 ,
he advertised for any teacher who ,|I French brand of perfume. She ,
0CEDARALLPURPOSE taught him when he was a boy I of Hollywood collected speaks on beauty customs. 144N. ,
SHOE NEEDS. The Board of Education helped at random: There are negotiations afoot for Challenge ,, Hats by Oratt a
'him in his search and he finally Fred Jenkins' daughter Mary, Vivian Blaine to return to Eng- Music Czar Petrillo Louise Are. .iSpfClAllY
located Miss Luddy who was his is expecting a baby. She is mar- land to do a movie she was offered .
POLISHIs We OfferBONDSHIRE teacher in 1903 when he was in ried to Bob William of Helicopter when she was there. She and her ATLANTIC CITY I API} National \ .
public school No.1. That was fame. Jenkins owns scores of I husband have just returned. Association of Broadcasters Si Triple-Acting over 40 years ago so naturallysome theaters in Mexico. It is whispered that Dane 'closed its 25th annual convention .
clean of his teachers have died. Ella Campbell whose restau- Clark and his wife have called. I 1"esterdayith a challenge to ; ,, ,.
Want to your inBROWNWHITE Miss Luddy who Is in her 70's, rant was completely wiped out everything- again. I James C. Petrillo and a requestto > .
table tops give them SADDLEand accepted Eddie's invitation to by fire, postcards from England, Patsy Ruth Miller has a play in its board of directors to speed ,
a high shine,and help come to Hollywood.It's j I I where she is visiting her mother. rehearsal for Broadway.' It is ; the final draft of a proposed new "" .

protect them against about time something was i When Walter Pidgeon's daughter called Music in My Heart. code for radio .,...,...,......................,..............
cracking-all at once? BROWN LOAFERS done to show appreciation of the I Edna has her baby there will --=-
teachers who are underpaid and EXCLUSIVES-
be four generations. His mother. -
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try i
often unappreciated. ,
88 years old. is still alive.
polish- SERVICESHOE I Dave Rose's new heart interest
used by mote home- Chatter in Hollywood: As soonas is Diane Garrett a pretty blonde.
makefi than any other Brian Donlevy's divorce hear- That boy certainly is a good pick
brand! Economical ing is over he plans to pilot his er. He was June Haver's heart
because it's n_&,.- SHOP own plane to South America on at one time. ,
lr.Jed a visit to the various countries. Fred MacMurray was offered Swing
the Fashion Parade
Ray Hendncks*Laraine Day's ex, $1 million for his apartment into
O.CEDAR CORP'Nakago "You'll Appreciate Our will accompany Brian as co-pilot i house, but he turned it down.
.I1Gaoi.raraataCanoda;. Workmanship" The Donlevy divorce case goes Whether you know it or not Fredis S
to trial in a week or 10 days. I'm one of the best business men in
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I a City Commissioner from

Ward 2 will not be eligible to do so
4k1 unless they have registered at the here in Orlando !
city-hall. City Clerk Ed McDowellsaid
k1- yesterday.

Come in and see the complete Registration books will close to
morrow. McDowell said his office
fl.\:\. .YPOK/r.l t line of Circulating Oil 1 1c would remain open until 5 p.m,
in order to accommodate any late OPENING IN
ORLANDOS
registrants.
Prices as Heaters, Floor Furnaces and l Also tomorrow is the a.deadlinefor

candidates to qualify with .
low as Central Heating Systems 1 j the white voters executive com-

;! now on display. x iY I. mittee.Already qualified to seek the AMERICA'S FIRST RETAIL SHOP OF

56995 post held by Com. J. J. Newell are
Glenn I. Holliday former city
plumbing inspector; Henry M.
Iii lOT INSTALLED) r Burch, real estate broker; Frank '
I j E. Wright, auto dealer and Clar-
FREE ESTIMATE-IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION ence A. Johnson outboard motor FLORIDA FASHIONS Inc.
5 5a j dealer.
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ENLARGED FACILITIES

709 N. MILLS PH. 5136 COLONIALTOWN 4' To Serve You BeU.iIJI
Our New :Location: 118 S. ORANGE AVE.
: ; 65 Alexander Place .

-T ""... -.._. i ORLANDOTRANSFER
.' : ii & STORAGE CO.

s J PINK BON BONS splash across 'i TEL. 7S19 Offering You the Nation's Best Advertised Cotton Dresses

the slim Navy crepe dress designed -


lend their for early color Fall to the wear print and Favorites of Mail Order Buyers from Every State in the U. S.

lined wool redingote, above. : "


FALL 1947 Orange County I NONE \


a Court RecordsCOURT HOUSE RECORDS 198 298 398,498 598 HIGHER '

rj y Marriage Applications 1
John David Port rheJd. 27. Army 4B6th ,
: AAF Bu. SqA OAAB and Henrietta Hen
0 s derson. 29. secretary. Miami
Carl Manning Brenner. 20. student. 318 I

-.. ';, E 21,church Bt 4. Box and Marjorie 144. Catherme Bradow. I I -t/ti# NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
i} Suits In Chancery -j
Arthur W Newell petition for declaratory -

decree.County Judge's Court AW tlmpt Florida Fashion's styles are advertised in these ,
Central Title and Trust Co. 6th annual -, magazines and in dozens of newspapers throughout the ,
report estate of Walter L Marlowe. LIFE LOOK COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. PA-
country
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Central Title and Trust Co. 3d annual .
report estate of Richard K Edwards. T ,1i, RADE. SCREE.\LASD. SETE."TEE.IOVIELASD.,
William P Buning.: first annual. return l v M TRUE CONFESSIONS REAL ROMANCES,' REAL
estate of Minnie M Hayner.O I T
Raymond Ellars"petition for letters /t i c, 4r STORY, CALLING ALL GIRLS and many others.
testamentary estate of Mary Sissona.
Audrey Katherine McClure application -.I
for dIscharge. estate of Alma Wamser. III
Maude I Farris. petition for letters
testamentary, estate of Clarence L Parris.I BETTER VALUES
I Mabel O McCulloch. petition for letters .
of administration estate, of George E Me- .
I \! Culloch.. Instruments Filed. ofa t You're going to be surprised at the low prices in the '"l.

James B Hall et ux to Arthur L Shirleyet new Florida Fashions shop the same new prices as
A ax SM.First ";s if ordered by maiL Selling dresses in the hundreds -
you 0
Federal Savings and Loan Assn of zdefjJ2wKll t
4 Orlando to R L Cannon et ux SM. t of thousands as one of America's largest distributors of ''; _
Robert L Cannon et ux to William M I cotton frocks Florida Fashions can sell for less the ".
MrKenna et ux WD aio. j
Progressive Orlando Merchants are a J1'N First Federal Savincc and Loan A&sn of I ,t I price tags prove it. \ 4
Orlando to H D Thomas et ux SM. ,
w Joseph BerkowItz to Elizebtth E Surratt 6 RIGHT
to. be congratulated on their Fall WD S10. f
Elizebeth E Surratt to Joseph BerkoWItz I BONNIE LASS
Opening promotion another Mt< $6.900.First I I f
Baptist Church of St Cloud to Vivid plaid with
Walter M Burkhalter et ux WD $500. i johnny collar bright
Kigali leant step In keeping Orlando's R E Perns et ux: to Dorothy S Rath- ___ metal buttons and
burn. Assn Mtg 4.SOO. .
Coy W Jamerson et m to First Federal > elastic waistline.
t '-_ ,. Sizes 3 to 15. ,, -
pledge to serve Central Florida. Savings and Loan Assn of Orlando. '

t Mtg-First S9.000.Federal Saving1 and Loan Assn of 3.98 4:: ;
I Orlando to Coy W Jam rson et ux partial 1 1A
release'of SIte si f
Caroline H Godfrey to Ernest T Geffrey k
: Executrix' Deed 25.0OO.. m" ttx Z -
e I Ernest S Dill et UK* to William E Dill '
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WD S10. $' ,Lr \
Mrs Ada Hurley to Leslie L Harrison

I. et J al C WD Lambert S10. et ux. to Joseph P Wheeler long tall drink is 4/5th : \

Q .\ WD *18. mixer! So be sure the one you S. g r a- t
-- -, \ C H Cubbedge et ux< to Florida Bankat y
Orlando. Mtg S10.00O. choose is made right to make
BlondeU Seigler to. E P Golf et ux WD 'J
S10. your drink taste right. Be 0 1 tb
C H Moseset ux, to Earl M Robinson
.. WD $10.McHere. sure you use Canada Dry! 1
Investment Co. Inc to Marjorie
Claire McKinnon SM. Whatever your taste-tangy I t"tt 1
McHere Investment Co Ine to Florence .
DATSON Helen MrKinnon 6M. ginger or sparkling water- t ...9I >
Aesop Baker et ux: to C C Clifford et 'r
al. Mtg $6.750.Chaile ;; you will recognize CanadDry'l r z ;
WDAIRIESI H Brame et ux to Dempsey
Duhart WD $10. superiority.This is why: .r
I I Frank L. Catanese ux to Jack Rogers
.t tix WD a10.Katherine w/
pii.-p.int HIGHLAND LASS
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I I O'B Hasson to First Federal .
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148 W. South Savings and Loan Assn, of Orlando. Mtg Carbonation
Bright button bright plaids 0
$550.Clara on
I I E Olmstead to. Hamilton P Rankia 2.Exclusive "\
et ux WD $10. FormulasS. with pert peplum. Sizes 9 to 15. .. EASY SELECTION
""" ... LeRoy B Giles to Henry D Thomas et
A 4" nx. release of Reverter $1. $3.98 ,;.,; .
t 0 Hugh A Waterman to Edwin L Banka Special
3 >et nx WD $10. Processing :No high-pressure selling at Florida Fash-
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Quality x / a Z ,: open-looking shop and you'll find your sizes

f dearly marked on the bins. Make your
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} Cottons America's favorite frocks .to

4 wear every day in the year. House dresses.

d. full-cut and.roomy, of fine quality fabrics.

(In zipper and button-front styles. Street

v dresses and sport frocks for Juniors and

fA ABOVEKILTIE Misses, with snag-fitting waistline, whirling

I LASS skirts and clever details. Smart rayons
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for streeto -wear, too. We think they're the
Artist bow on solid color top low
r best-styled dresses in America at these
+ t and diagonally cut plaid.
Sizes 9 to 15. prices.VARIETY.


You are cordially Invited 'to Duval's $3.98 r

f Prevue Fall Showing Friday night, September LEfT d .., )
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it 19th. 7:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
; -f 18-inch zipper percale NEW STYLES dali!.
ii I check braid trim. Size'A: complete size Q'I
f ; It 14 to 40. range in every stile.1p. .
f ? .: $2.98 All cottons guaranteed
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See our new"fall display of merchandise: washable and h t.
RIGHT color-fast. \ 1 /er
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WUNDA WRAP RIGHT ,
Ware Electric Percolators #
a.rCrystal Large floral print wrap 1 a #
Roseville Pottery Betty Crocker Pressure around brunch coat a MISS SWEET ;_

Watches Cookers fri 'as with full flared skirt. '' ;. Striped eotto wit g. ';,1 l
at h P n Sizes 12 to %0. waistline, ,
Jewelry I Pc:. Aluminum Sets __.s L. 11 _. $2.98 1 curpuee bufca-haia necklime. Sixes +

I Garod Radios Electric Mixer Sets i bf U to Zf.
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days for full refund if not completely satisfied. [You .

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postage; same refund privilege.
53 different styles. 17 different t JIII/ t

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/or the "- to bring to you the best in merchandise and comfort in shopping. We are proud of the beautification w *" '.

., of our Number 3 Store. it's air-conditioning the re-arrangement of departments. .
CHILDRENGRABBAGS Our many efficient clerks are ready to offer you courteous service. You will find an up-to-date DOUBLE-DIPPED

: '. prescription and drug department; a modern cosmetics department; many sundry items; cigars. ; .- ". .

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INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY I Friday, September 19, 1947 rlanin iHnrninfl &rnttnrl Page 231
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Trailer Shop WEAK- \ Would You Use An Umbrella Thai Leaks?
EXPERT REPAIRING CAa. THE GALLUP POLL LOOKS AT NEW STYLES G
2225 W. Washington .. Your I NERVOUScranky a e You win be surprised how reasonable we can put
your automobile top In a new condition
Dial 6894 Xoma Aaant Town Verdict 2-1 Skirts STATION WAGON TOPS-CONVERTIBLE TOPS- COACH
IOn Winter Garden Road Against Long 'every month'?
A Are DECKS-JEEP TOPS. /
HOMETOWN TRANSACTION! you troubled br distress of AXD.SED\V
-- -- -, female
.. ; functional periodic disturb
By GEORGE GALLUP tired.ances?high-strung Does tills ,make nrrrouf you-at feel such so SEAT COVERS $8.95 and up WbLetle e1.LiJKSp: :
Pay by check for ECONOMY times? Then
DO try Lydia E. Pink-
[Dir American: Institute Public Opinicnl!
I ham Vegetable
Compound to relieve
I "We Cover Everything But The Clouds"
N. J. The "New ADOPT such symptoms! Pinkham Compound -
Writing PRINCETON. -
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your own is far easier WOMEN SHOULD Is made especioUjr for women. 1
I I Look" is having its day before the yoU LENGTH It also has what Doctors call: a ORLANDO SEAT COVER & SUPPLY COMPANY
and cheaper than buying DO THNEW SKIRT IT stomachic tonic effect}Any drugstore'lYDIALPINKHAM'SKXf.
money | TO A TeL S154oiv
I REFUSE LENGTH I 100 W. Washington St.
orders or registering letters. verdict ': OR SHOULD THEY' TO THE I I, to one. /'NO 51'ICK:t ,

I Americans polled by the Institute -
riTIZENS NATIONMDAN vote against the calf-length

OF ORLANDO I skirts dictated by fashion experts ADOPT
Member Federal Reserve System Member FJ3J.C. i for the 1948 well-dressed woman.

E.: Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 I With many men the whole thing 31 .Y
I boils down to a pocketbook mat-
ter; they particularly find the revolutionary -

I style change a senseless REFUSE .. '" "
waste of time effort and 53 Mp '

PHILCO I RADIO i, money. o-p.-/N.-

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probably well aware of this situa- .
I I tion older women approve the 16%
!longer skirts. Because they donned Sorest
COMBINATION I I them at least once before in
| their romantic days the sudden,,.means indicates a failure to put<>ing issue and 92 per cent of the (
shift does not seem so radical to the new style over 1 6 i men. Future historians may record \ t I
I them as it does to their younger The fact that four out of 10 I. '
that at the same time only about \t clum"teuuxw
sisters. women already want to adopt the
I Generally speaking, the more longer measurements provides an half the American voting popula- \ ;3 \UtA..
9 tube SUDerhet?ro- mature matrons have more immediate market for merchants tion have heard or read about the
dyne AM and FM. money and fewer obligations so stocking up with garments in the i Marshall Plan.
Fully I can afford to make costly wardrobe ,,latest mode I -
automatic record I
changes. !! Because of the keeping-up- .
changer for either 10- I I The nine out of ten adults in a I I with-Mrs. Jones tradition many 1
or 12-inch records. ,national survey who had followed women who now frown on the Im
the furore over lowering hemlineswere I change may be expected to fol- !i t
t asked: low suit..Women. i
"Do think women should
Regular you I just from I II '
adopt the new skirt length or emerging
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their teens dislike hiding their
should they refuse to adopt it and I -
Retail Price stick to the present lengths?" I I legs almost as much as men hate J' X OF THIS
the idea. Here's how the women
The results: "BEAUTY SECRET"PPP
239.50 I line up by age: Rutland's Sportsman Shop
For Against No ..
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Longer Longer Opm- her b anjr caa
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Skirts Longer Longer Opin ditiA. d PPP .tr. relief f. ineaeet..1
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I National .3153% 16% Skirts. Skirts ion Tees' be witham, rhraaiatic PPP-..caadition.....d. .'.... is proud to present a .
21-29 11
OUR PRICE$189.7S years 34% 55'0 %: ..
I Men .23 55 22 f..d it dependable far er SO yeses
30-49 36 53 11 ... ..... .
i Women 39 50 11 years R.d. Pradncts, A., Geargia.CHICAUE ;
j 50 and over 48 40 12 display of fine guns.
the Institute
i While survey -
of Although the KNew Look" sup- MI IVEl SI TEUSt
shows majority disapproval
lengthened frocks, this by no ,posedly requires a silhouette fig i
\ ure fat women applaud .the
I'change in greater numbers thani .
2 DAYS ONLY I Dial 2-3748 i iOrlandO's i.i the slim type feeling, perhaps. -. '
that the lengthened skirt will

PieMtrt I streamline their figures. IT'S r'
Store Hours 9 AJ\I.\ to 6 PJ\1. I And on the West Coast the land William Bill willl
.. of "leg art" the women oddly T. [ ] Guy lecture
r I enough give greater approval to 6 1
rI rI I hemlines than anywhereelse
All Merchandise "nation Jsutone dropping
I L EASY TERMS I Guaranteed and Serviced 1 I' Hot and Plate Oven 'I I ChimesDormeyer Door I I ing to in note the country.that women It is living interest-on on marksmanship and the proper

I farms and smaller communities

= ll I I Netco i t I react practically sophisticated the same city dwellers.as supposedly b handling and care of guns, Friday at

1.f : Mixer I RoasterCONTRACTORS Reasons for approving the longer \,
; I skirt range all the way from
O''11 EAST_ CHURCH ST.PHONE 2.31, ''I i the woman who said "I'm tickled 8 p.m. in Rutland's Sportsman'Shop
j J N. Mills St. CoIonUItowi i I pink?; few women have pretty
l legs, to the burly he-man who
:philosophized, "It saves the jumping -
on the Mezzanine. Fathers are urged
I eyes of truckmen like myselfthe ;
I- eyes" jumping from wheel to .

, I I women.On the other hand a middle- William T. Guy to bring their sons to hear Mr. Guy's
aged woman in New Jersey said World Champion
the change is "awful because it
. looks bad and it will raise 30 caliber rules for handling rifles with safety.
prices." ... ...,
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rule for to
common-sense women
I follow when trying to decide I :41
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; new fashion or not: "If the legs .
I are nice, wear short skirts; if bad, ;/: <' -
I cover them with long skirts."
The controversy stirred up by /
; I rebels against the new lengths is V tt f/lLV"
A z, giving the dress and allied indus- ;///1 10 Lk
' tries millions of dollars worth of n
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i' I Every rebellion organized by .n I
groups such as "The Little Below -
the Knee Club" adds grist to A'KEEFB'B 11W.,

;1 I the Already publicity 96 ,mill.out of every 100 : >. >BtiW.YrLT. f .. Sportsman Shop ... ..
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Association Maps Program, '1,f Today's Pattern ,Royal' Wedding Not To Be Friday, September 19, 1947 (rlanon(: Hurtititrj fcrntinrl Page 25

i \ Birth Announcements i i Tawny Makeup Enhances Gleam of Golden Array *tan
For Developing Local InterestUnder Preceded by Splendotis Show
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Murphy | Wear your tawniest make-up if advantage over Dale-tUnnM f
direction of Mrs. Pauline interest to know that the first art {AP t./ewsfeoure/ $er.eJ] 'customarily is done first thing in of 27'5 S. Brown St. are announcing you want to enhance the gleam of I beauties. Even coppery akin.
Garvin. president of Orlando Art Institution in this country the LONDON Glamor starved the morning when traffic is light the arrival of twins a boy and your gold jewelry or goldenhuedgown. how ever, needs the flawless groomf'. 5 '.,
I'and the risk of crowd obstruction ing supplied by a tinted foon -
,Awn.. Orlando and Central Flor- I New York Academy of, Fine Arts Britons who hoped that the grind- 'relatively mild. girl. Jerry Arnold and Judy Ann I tion that evens up tone and a |
ida is to see' the culmination oflean begun in 1802. was organized bya ing want"monotony would of be"we relieved work or by we around No date however has been set born Sept. 15 at the Florida Sanitarium To plot a better match betweenjewels I matching powder that adds a beguiling -" $
of sincere work by loyal few citizens of New York. The of exciting handsome social I for a rehearsal which will entail Mr. Murphy Is sales clerk I and complexion make up finish. **5
members of the a.ssociationho: late Mr. Edward Livingston functions preceding the weddingof chiefly a trial run. with horses ,for Sears and Roebuck Co. The.I with powder lipstick and rouge I Carry the golden touch to your
was ;'carnages and outriders over the color co-ordinated to sun-gold lips with your tawniest Bpstkk.
Princess Elizabeth and Philip ,
have carried on through depression the first i 1 Murphys have two sons, age 2 and
president. He
and had been Mountbatten have been disap- ,route from Buckingham Palace to i shades. If your skin Is tanned one that shows not a trace of blue
when 3.
war. the
of coming mayor of New York and was at A pointed again. the Abbey,and back again. in order i I so_much the better. You'll have I I in it.
season activity gets under
way. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Hopcroft of
a'
to achieve and
The present administration that time U. S. district attorney.The Their Government cannot afford perfect timing I '
believes f'I run through the wedding ritual itself i 2034 W. Church St. are the par-
the time has come for theorcan1zation late Dr. Peter Irving an elder: the indulgence. ents of a son. Thomas \Walter I
clergy choir and standins
to manifest its interest brother of Washington Irving was From members of the royal taking: I',born Sept. 16 at the Florida Sani! 0
in the membership of the first secretary.Of household it was learned that virtually I part. I Fall
everyone tarium.
In line with the king's wishes to Opening
mho & the only events preliminary -) : :
practices some form of the directorate. John Trum- to the ceremony in Westminster observe strictest economy plans I Mrs. A. J. Mathis and her twin
art endeavor, to but even more particularly :.- ., bull was the only artist. It is interesting ast Abbey Nov. 20 will be private for flood-lighting public buildingsin sons returned to their home 1491S.
receive the member- to note this fact which ones-a dinner here a reception' London on the night of Nov. 20 Rio Grande Ave. Wednesdayfrom
ship of art-lovers generally who proves that many times the advancement have been cancelled. I the Florida Sanitarium.
modest party somewhere ,
there a
mould enjoy' 8 to 9 o'Clock
affiliation and the of art comes throughthe it I Friday EveningSee
else-and these was affirmed.
atmosphere of
this cultural voca- realization of its advantagesto
would not unduly tax privy purseor I r-
civilization by busy business G ,
tion.The' first notable occasion of the and professional men who are r\ public treasury. the Latest Fall t*_
near future will be celebration of fitted Normally there would be at least SEETHE
financially and otherwise to j
National Art Week, the first weekof provide the means of helping / one full state dinner for foreign < .... patterns and weavesSTORRSSCHAEFER "-
November. when Orlando Art artists to accomplish their desires. r royalty high-ranking diplomatsand I t;
Asan. will bring to this communitya The officers and directorate of %s other illustrious guests; a i\
Fall Values
4 Parade of :
cultural demonstration calculated Orlando Art Assn. includes thefollowing grand ball reminiscent of opulent
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to interest i ornate times; colorful receptionsat
every thinking : Mrs. Pauline Garvin
citizen. The committee in charge president: Mrs. G. L. Jones first royal establishments and per- ;, Tailor made suits.
will Kite out full details haps touches of anticipatory pageantry i, f
as plansare ice-president; Mrs. J. K. Knight. ;\ '
ATPOWELL'S m
developed.- Following NationalArt second vice-president: Jenkins All that is ruled out because I The finest money can buy.
Week there will be a seriesof Douse third vice-president: Mrs. Britain is hard up. plagued by !
exhibitions for public view heldat Florence Hudson recording secre- ,shortages of essentials and gen r MICHAELSTERNValue
the Orlando Chamber of Commerce tary; Mrs. C. P. McCall corre- h I erally care-ridden. *
Bid*., throughout the Winter sponding secretary; Mrs. C. C. As tentative arrangements now a '; First Clothes
season. Collier, treasurer; Mrs. R. A Carmichael I stand the public might enjoy a' s 1
A widespread campaign for Mrs. John Hill. Mrs. 81O9$4! look-in at only one show and that I f Made for Men of Discrimination
membership will soon be started George A. Lynch and Frank A. 1 merely a rehearsal of the wedding IN
and all art lovers whether artistsor French, directors. 12-42 with stand-ins for all the prin- l RESISTOL HATS .
not. are invited to make application The Orlando Art Assn. was organized !Cipals. eb\ get a peep at shadows f !
for membership. The goalis in 1924; incorporated in SMART PAIR substance, peo- MALLORY HATS
1.000 members.It 1926 with objective "to encour- Certain to be the most adored probably would have to be up I i COLQNIALTOWNPOWELL
is well known that many age and promote art and its appreciation and dependable outfit you ha\e- I pretty early as such practicing bt( FREEMAN SHOES .
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Page 26 (Drlanfcn() fltatfctg &*ntfctl Friday, September 19,1947-,Shoes of Bootie Height Seen !! If your TEAKCTtX.E teakettle" SCALE father deposits -


Alerltu/ Mitchell\ Takes Bride NEW YORK tNEAl Fall shoes wear, of course are the closed try mixing of scale a quart from of hard elder water vinegar r'; .
I are climbing high in an attempt styles. But because of the fit and
I and a quart of water and letting -
to meet the Fall hemlines head- feel of the shoe that opens up at the kettle. After
It boil In
In Gainesville Texas ChurchSt. Ing their way. 'favorite toe or heel or at both ends this the boiling, let the kettle stand I
of the past few is
I years with the solution -
The highest climbers are shoes I for about 10 hours
Paul's Episcopal Church. couple were an aqua gown with of bootie height. One style takesits I holding: on to its followers. in it.OLD I
Proof of this is the popularity of
Gainesville. Tex. was the scene of Johanna rose corsage: worn by Mrs. styling cues from the French : the open-toe platform sling which
the Impressive single ring ceremony Mitchell and a'green gown with i I dandy's boot. Another shoe style i steps out again for Fall In fine PURSE MIRRORS j
is patterned after the falconer'sstepin.
recently when Miss Barbara gold accessories and a talismanrose Made of suede the fal- I I leathers sumptuous fabrics. Satin Purse mirrors from discarded
Jean Cochran. daughter of Mr. corsage worn by Mrs. Coch- I coner's shoe has high wings fore one of the luxurious fabrics used bags can be used as candleholdersor
I for cocktail and evening: slings, is
I I can place small ashtrayson
and Mrs Loxley Cochran of ran.A I and aft and tiny bows of suede 1 given a new clamor treatment by you
them to protect your furniture.
reception was held at the placed in front to polish up the
Gainesville became the bride of what? ,
Eyelet embroidery
home of the bride's parents where new foot-swathed look. guess Larger mirrors can be used as'i|
Merlin Peers Mitchell of Austin. the bride's table centered with a Ankle straps wind higher on i i This beguiling openworkents<< coasters by pasting a piece of I
Tex., son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin white asters arrangement, was appointed I both dressy shoes and wedge I vamps and makes delicate tracery. felt on one side.GIVE .-
the front of MUM shoes.Foot
Mitchell of St. Petersburg for- j with crystal and white ta- walkers. A green calf wedge, for over ., .- I
merly of Orlando.An pers. Mrs. Joe Carroll presided II example, has double straps that j i NUTt-- '" CURTAINS A LIFT
I at the four-tiered wedding cake. criss-cross well up on the ankle. r
II I If suffer from nwollrn When curtains are too short
uncle of the bridegroom the yru\ feet
i I Mr. Mitchell'and his bride left I One of the Falls dressiest SUMP
material at
occasionally bulb 'fret In hot try adding the extra
Her.. Smythe Lindsay of St. Luke's on a wedding trip the bride travel- styles step out with two ankle I : )rime j .
bottom.
the rather than the
And ('Oldt..r In nllpinul\ tub top
Episcopal Church. San Antonio. ing in a gray gabardine suit with will I I 1 straps instead of the usual single I I Hub th"m1U1 mmnnof Irt. UMrponm > I Thin way you may be able to

read the rites assisted by the Rev. matching accessories. They will strap. I .mil) bAlM and rl 14''*vnlfl__ frrt real! Ihr rums by trimming.C.o.n.-I
where both I
II reside In Austin Not to be outdone by daytime I .. -- r
D. D. Kline. The church was decorated -j attend the University of Texas. P O R T A B LE FLUORESCENT ,shoes. styles in evening footwearare I II
with white gladioli and ,
chrysanthemums the chancel being 1 Mr. Mitchell graduated from fixture distributes light evenlyover often criss-crossed with straps II I
t Orlando Senior School and ankle. In
High ;from toe to between I
Illuminated
banked and
with palms -
the kitchen sink above Px
attended Rollins College. Winter I straps and shoe-soles how".r.these i
by lighted tapers. I Park for two years. He is the Shelf top holds herbs which'don't j( Cinderella slippers, of told I
Mrs. Yancy Culp. organIst. and grandson of the late Judge and I or silver kid are apt to look M* tl
Miss Oickennan. soloist wilt under fluorescent's'cook' I .
Betty Mrs. B. F. Mitchell prominent open as a Roman sandal e
rendered the program of nuptial light. '1
Gainesvilleites. Newest looking fashion In fnctI -
music.
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Miss Marjorie Kaden. only attendant -
of the bride chose: a moss I .
green satin gown. with a match I -
ing headdress of net braided in CU.ijU.jkL7k i flN
the form of a coronet

Git-en in marriage by her father :' 1/
the bride was attired In a gown of sc'Ar
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traditional white satin fashioned .
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with tucks at the neckline formIng -
a co*.-led effect. The bishop .t A.gUlf
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the elbow to the point at the
wrists. The long torso basque was II I
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shaped closely to the hips where ,', \ t
the Inverted pleats of the skirt
fell into a full-length train. f0.

Her headdress was. a coronet of i CREAM : /
orange blossoms holding a tiered REVEN ENE
Illusion veil one of which was ouiussnaLi .. I
fingertip and the other the lengthof t t l d I II.
the train. She carried a bouquet r .
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of white rosebuds, from which I. .
white satin streamers fell grace- r 1 f "
fully. of the flattering cowl neckline

For 'something old' she carried of the basic simplicity -

a white handkerchief: the baten- I S 'i'iHiA' ... of a full flaring
berg lace of which was made by I
the late Mrs. B.F. :Mitchell grand, skirt. Lady-like rayon Crepe j'
mother of the bridegroom.Jack .
1' Romaine in slate grey, raspberry -
Dale Mitchell of San Antonio
attended his brother as best I I 1c' mink brown, luggage or black. Sizes 10 to 18
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.rA of Bad iI Time Now for Inventory \ ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY

ffi; ...l I. I: Combination Venetian Blind Awning and Shutter
-If'.1 t te waFsEr() Now is the time for the career I i aged as a wardrobe item destined.
girl to take a closet inventory for for a style whirl, this Fall. I I
LOifl I S R2osE Fall needs. :By swiping a few days : Sort out your jewelry. These?I mlWllmw\
\ r since. t By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor from Summer when. leisure time sparklers are in for a big Winter!i iI + / tit
I can remember my entire lie is usually freer a gal can organizeher I season so the more pieces you can i I
WITH JEAN YOTHEIS I I j I has been made of AN INTERESTINq: AND inspiring speaker is Miss Faith Cornwall, wardrobe, check her needs put into service by cleansing re- I
All Orange County teachers I up fights curses teacher at the Unity Church who.will give the 11 am devotional and meet the autumn with fewer stringing or re-setting the better TUDX) XAKK ICCt
who wee planning to attend the : father and filth and; Fights mother in which my'' service Sunday at the church. Miss Cornwall graduated from_Rollins waste motions and perhaps a sizable your budget will benefit. FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC.
killed'
nearly
organizational meeting to form a College, and then took her church saving to her budget. : Pair off stocking singles into
one another; fights which I vainly Formerly Home Insulation Co.
i| and well-matched mates. If all that's
Check shoes handbags accessories -
Yhoral which
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group was scheduledfor tried training work from Unity teachers. -
today at the Memorial to stop only to get beaten i iI Via. for a possible carry-oier needed to make a match of odds 953 ORANGE AVE, WISTER PARK FLA .
Junior while I Her are always >A
pleaded with them. messages
( Scnool are advised' that Curses into fall. If any accessory needs and ends is a tinting bath now is COCOA LEESBURG WINTER PARK ORLANDO
High the I that now mean looked forward to. and this Sundayher -
nothing to me because 708 4899
has been only repairs to qualify for further the time to dip. 456 539
meeting postponed until
Thursday Sept. 25 at 3:30 ,, they were words that beeveryday ,i subject will be 'A Quickening service, attend to these. Repairs Any time that's left can be well
p.m. came
expressions in my Spirit cost much less than replacements.What spent mending clothes that win be
because of the storm It will beheld
at the Memorial Junior I' horrible home. Filth in a home 1 i, Miss Cornwall returned this about last year's scarves put into service this FalL There is
reeking
High in dirt and
"School. Y6tt vermin. week from Kansas City. Mo., and other neckwear Look over going to be a lot of hemline- I
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000 thingtibout do some- where she attended the Nationaland 6k your assortment revive their lengthening: to do. You will probably -
I' it.Well. I did try from Annual Con- freshness with laundering or dry- also find that many shoulder
hit Chirrs Club of the Pythian the age of eight until now. The International ;
Ulster la planning a covered' dish "more I did. the ferences of the Unity Ministers'Assn. cleaning and count each piece sal- pads will need thinning out. I

luncheon today at 12:30 pjn. at more was expected -} .
the fraternal" BWg. Mrs Edna. ,: of me un- / o r> o Two-piece Suits Moke Wonderful

West. president, will be hostess.. I jtil the weight. of At MiW I
o o o ,, the burden was] TWO NEW FAMILIES have been A WET BLANKET
Civilian Urlfarc Council of the more than I 1 1i to the local militaryset. H I
I could bear and! Lt. Col. and Mrs. L. J. Barrow I
Orlando Army Air Base i is i
sponsoring CLASS MATES!
PRICES! f
ON HIGH r
a dance today from 9 to 'I developed aj and son James, have moved I I
12 p.m. on the esplanade of the i weak heart. here and are residing on Henkel
Officers' Club. The affair is opento i I 1 You see. I] Cir. Winter Park. jLt. Col. Bar-
all civilian employes and their wanted an education row has just come from Fort !
but it is
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guests. I pretty hard to go| Leavenworth, Kan, where he attended I RAINCOATS
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Orlando Army Air Bate "'..ma" : anything to eat. Dorothy Dix Staff SchooL His new assignmentat
'. Club has postponed its meeting I and when you are without lunch I the Orlando Army Air Baseis MISS FAITH CORNWALL
today at 1:30 pjn. to FridaySept. \1 money and have to do without food chief of the National Guard, to give servite
21. Election of officers will II I altogether. After returning home I A-3 Division. 14th Air Force. .*CoL and Mrs H. H. Cloud and 3 Super Value Groups I
be held. II
from school tired and hungry to daughter. Patricia, are also new arrivals here having come from I
n n n come into filthy house '
a my
I Hickam Field, Honolulu where Col. Cloud was with the Seventh Aii
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Trinity Latheran \\.men's MLi- mother sleeping off her drunk and 'I'| .
Force. He is now connected with the supply department at the OAAB, w
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'7 League will meet Sunda' my baby brother running
at 1 P.m. In the undercroft of the \ with no one to look after him. But j The Clouds are residing at 620 Park' Lake Ave. I C 1 a
church with Mrs Robert" Line that's my life. Tired and worn ,, o r> o tot e's
brrter, president presiding. The', 'out, I have to clean up the house, HERE UNTIL WEDNESDAY of next week are Capt. and Mrs. Rich- 4.00
Rev Albert Becakki." minister of prepare supper, feed my two McPherson Mrs. McPherson the former Dorothy Keene .
tfeo Trinity Lutheran Church. brothers and my father. wash the arrived from New York, where she is taking a secretarial course at t ,
sat give the topic These meet- dishes, then do homework. until 12 I Katherine Gibbs School .' 6.95-8.95
inn are held only once in o'clock at night. ,
every '
three months and all members" JDo I have dates? Oh yes. I am Capt. McPherson is hen
and friends are Inftte'd.Ute' boxes:' not lain, but I know I am quite on leave having beer e'r
are to be turned' In at this time, I good-looking. But what good does stationed in Okinawa foi ,
and all members" are asked' to I that do me? I don't want anyone the past several months t
brtac food and clothing for European -. I to come to-my house and see the This week Mrs. Me-
reHef. : way I hate to live. k Pherson's parents Mr 6.00
o n n I suppose you are thinking lama and Mrs. R D. Keene. en

Alpha Zeta Chapter of Beta tertained with a party al
Sigma Phi Horerity met this wee ; party. Misses Frances Mills and I 1 their home on Lake Adan r 10.95-12.95
at the home of atlas Joyce Jones,, Louise Nordgren assisted the In honor of their visitmj g! ri
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217 E. Yale Ave With the begin hostess. I
ring of Beta Sigma Phi rush season : I o o n > ... :. son-in-law and daughter
In September" several parties!!I Mrs. Roger Pounds has announced o r* o .
have been planned to entertain that all of her dancing HOLMES Wood t .
rusheec. Following the business I classes have been canceled ,thisCOTS SALLY entered h e r.:J 1 < 8.00 ..
members" i
meeting enjojed a week.
freshman r
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Junior College in Massachusetts +
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this week, afte:r flJzI
FN enjoying visits to Washington ;

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IS READY Ott. will resume he: t r L We were able to secure
studies at Rollins College e .
this year, after spendinlalmost > q = cm unusual shipment .

two years in California ; '* of women's better rftln-
t = I NOW! Beverly has bee n t
Y. :coats:: to offer at Anniversary
: in the publicity office o i 1 x ,
"-" "=>>-.. ... MetroGoldwynMaye Prices. SIZES 7 TO 12 -
MRS. RICHARD M'PHERSON : Similar totllustratiort. ';
and on the staff of S;i t vtf
WITH ALL THE NEWEST AND FINEST OF NA- Y r
16.98
feted while} here. leading movie magazine ;

TIONALLY KNOWN BRAND RADIOS PIANOS She will. be a senior . Elaine Akin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C : _: ,
,. I Curtis Akin left yesterdayto resume<<: her- studies at the University o:: The group includes pastels ii

AND APPLIANCES for your Georgia where she is- a junior. and blacks in Du-
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asking for sympathy, but you are : USED YARN I Cloth. Satin finish and

SelectionSEE wrong. I'm not because J have (, Old yarn that you want to us t Nylon and tan cotton gabardine -

my life all mapped,out before
AND HEAR DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE Starting from this moment I am I by winding it into a loose skein boxy styles. Some slightly .

not going to do one solitary thing and dropping in lukeuarn S I soiled during remodeling. : t tYou'll
Splashy little suits to delight the !
WORLD'S MOST OUTSTANDING RADIO-PHONO- In my home. Iet, it crumble. :I water. Leave it in the water foi grammar gall
brighten classroom in this
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am not going,to try to prevent my l one minute, and hang it up to drjYou any gay
GRAPH COMBINATIONS father and mother from fighting. will find the yarn may re wool flannel suit. The skirt is a bright green and
10 to 20 blue plaid the jacket is solid green with plaid
For all I care they can kill each knit like new after this proce i. Sizes
other. I am going to finish school piping around the neck. .

and try to save some money by : \, .
.:' Ja. working. I know'my parents will LEARN TO

beat me, but I have been beaten PLAY PIANOBy I ;

before. I know that the pain Is developing a touch system. ,r 4J ".f.a+aw h aiM "UJ .SPIiJ Eml. aII11".u ;
only momentary no matter howit No practicing: what so ever. Young Orlando Shop I ,
Lessons in your home n yor hurts at the time. 20.-i Lrssons 6
After I graduate I am going to Adults or Children Third Floor ] itJ'IU" -;:
leave home. The only regret thatI Call Ernie Ilansen Orange at Washington TeL 3813 1 Hour Parking
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have is that I will have to leave
my brothers in the hands of inadequate -
parents. But what has
r to be done must be done, for I will
not sacrifice my life to live with 'T" : iy L:3: 1 LV.
E my father and mother i I am look-
ing ahead for a brighter tomorrow
happier with the thought that I
will be free in just one and one-
half years. Thanks for listening.
to me.

A TEEN-ACER. ,

Answer: Read it and weep. A k ? 4 ;
more pathetic l letter has never oAc
come to this column, and no woman .
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x her whole heart; gOing out with I
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pity and sympathy to this poor r. w ,
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girl who is the victim of her cruel II t

', and drunken parents. I t, n .i
;: I hope that-all:of the 16yearold 1 ss .
,1 bobbysoxers'who write to
this column about how cruelly I
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them because. ,they"won't let them
a1. have date every night and stay
t DR. RONFORT out until dawn; and who are
threatening to run away from I 7E: i iI
Internationally Famous Organist home will read this teen-age girl's i J A
letter. PerhapsJt will make them
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO HEAR A see how fortunate they ate to
have good homes,'pretty clothes !
SPECIAL ORGAN RECITALS plenty to eat fathers; and mothers i iI
who watch overt-them and take I : :: ;
care of them and of whom they I r-1 :
tJ may be proud. J nd that they will
get down on their knees and.thank
God for their good fortune... !
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DR. GUSTAVE RONFORT As for this poor child we might i .' : ,4 .. std
well wish her al} the good luck in
I f Former Musical Director of WON and WLS. Chicago the world in payment for all she
ate-v
has suffered hut. she doesn't need I .
(; at the our sympathy. '-=She has the cowage -
brains and the strength to" ,
ORGAN conquer Fate. .
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7 to 9 p.m. Fri. Sept J 9th. Reservations Are Solicited

Telephone WINTER 11171ORL&mO PAKB i We have now the largest display of clothing we have had for years-and :

ORLANDO' LARGEST MUSIC CENTER .j names, such as FASHION PARK,.WORSTED-TEX, SHOENEMAN are nationallY :

: famous. Hand in hand with these suits you will find all the ,necessary :

Open Monday EreningsWARREN'S accessories, including l one of the largest stocks of ARROW SHIRTS .'
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Light r-I Closing Stock Quotations I ,. VMENTHe% COMETS CLEAS30ST A LITTLE:VVE AH'wL

Following OUT OF BURSE'S) HEAD, MW>SOCIAL MAVHEW, ATUIP.G Sanford Dancing Teacher

MARKETS AT A GLANCE r Hd.. High Low Last _. ASK A FEW CROT5Ef[ MR UOOPLEris Cotton MarketNEW
NEW YOU I Nat Dairy Prod u_ 11 31'. 31>... :313.
DOW.JONCS AVCHACCSMCW STOCKS: Mix*.; light selling _.. I Nat Ojpsutn __ 25 201. 20 201.I ? '-xHorevboJfs. -i-PO. /| LIKE oo ROLL i
VOMIt uri C..*... leader.*. i I Nat Lead _.___ 7 32V4 31*. 311. p.JEP'T MISTAKE THS < T2EALLY A Pie CRUST MAYME HODGKIN
Stacks O_ Hi** law Clo*. Net C1..d. ONOS: Ouwt: railroad liens uneven. |I Nat Pow & Lt 12 1. 1 1 By
M ... inn inzf in** mji eff ..4j COTTON: Lower liquidation and Nat Supply _=:: 20 19>. IS1. 18 I4OME FO1 PREMEDITATED ItGGuu.RThGAT YORK [UP] Cotton seesawed (QK Own Staff Correspondent

Ie Malta 4*I' 4**2 *S.n .a M eff'.1If ha9in tithl Corp --- 1 20V 4 2014 2031Nrwport ISAICD% MilSIA VUT nervously over a range of Tepsic Sanford and Orlando
u,... IS.22 JiJS ISM IS.IS off 0.27 CHICAGO Indust ___ 3 27'* 2T4 27\-a\ SANFORD-Marjorie ,
II .tka ..... ..-_ aJ.4 ai.a4.4f..22CU WHEAT: Very weak: Government cuts NYC RR ________ 45 1SH 15 IS MRrD/ :. ; SOMEWG1a $2 a bale yesterday as traders divided this month is featured in our-page spread
__ -. _CII. a.rts.CORN NY Chi & St L pt 3 121 119 L, 11931 m w o Ai4D LOOSE attention between the weak- dancing teacher, of her
.0 S..ds _.I.Z.I.ett.... : Declined S-cent limit. No Am Aviation ___ 11 8'. 8'. 8'. ,-. and in Dance Magazine, giving the story
in possible 12
uh_ OATS Sharply lower with wheat and Northern Pacific 23 20'. 20'. -o OFA ness grains crop with pictures
I' he 0as _. _,__, _, __"oo *(SlY 20'- ; ..: attend the annual
a* a. 4 itatia ___ __..____ M 34 u.'.01a corn. -0- i1 :, damage through the hurricane. life as typical teacher, in New York to '
Ut." __. u ___.10*."eff'.11It HOGS: Slow and 2S cent higher to I Otis Elevator ___ 20 291. 29'i 29% Despite firmness in textiles at of America.. .
i.._* .._ 101.1 _.'.ItTramactMM 2S cents lower: top S29.SO. etts. I convention of the Dance Educators _
In stacks u in averawa I CATTLE Unevenly steady' to $2 lower; -I"- irr 1W gft1 the mill level with buyers reported -
..-*.-, l*.iMruta. 1'_- ,..... J7- to. S34SO. Pee Gas & Elee_____ 14 38'i 38'. 33>. fliEL. raising their bids for print I This year Marjorie came at-

MOt MtMitw. ArM t-._l 1S-.20O. I NEW YORK (AP) 1 Pan Packard Am Motor AirwaysPanhandle _n_ 45 20 10.5 .. 10 4 10.a 41. : 1.I f77" (4 cloth constructions. traders were tended by a retinue which included -I of the Orlando Ebsens, in whose
teaches.
P & R 4 6'. II'. 6". i dancing school she now
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT Hds. High Low Last wary about following advances because { her fellow teacher in the Ebsen
MCW VO.m tAP s. ... clo_.i. price I Air Reduction .__ 13 28*. 281 28*.. I Psram Pictures h_ 46 23 22'. 223. of the reversal in outside After graduation from Ward-Bel
.H. IWt Cka_ .f tlM 14 IIWSl aCtlV.tack I''Alleghany Corp -___ 29 3'. 3U 3V I I Penney JO --n_til 43S' 421. 43 School of Dancing of Orlando, Mrs. she studied in New York
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__ __ Penn-Cent Airl 9 7'. 7'. 71. 1 commodities and evidence of rising ,
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uu Prnn Pw A, Lt 13 19'. 19*. 19*. i Edith and three pupils Black
Royal the
-., O.... jsOO-lS _. S*. Al Chwn A Ore n_ 2 186 186 188 I _:::: consumer price resistance. and in 1940 was PC
a I'Allis-Ch Mfg: 37 Vt 371 I Pepsi-Cola 39 30., 29*. 29*. Month 'O:>pn High Low Close whom and the Wolf in
Tru* C* l .MOUs.. Am Airlines __.._ 41 II>. 9 91. II uuu d ; "
I March 32 07 32 20 31 82 31 811 York School. the story Beauty
New !
Pfizer Chas & Co 4 43' 42' 43' unh a of
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Am Cable & Had 12 5'5 5 3190 3208 3165 31.73
Phila ____ 'May I
Elec 12 23' 23' 23'
Mat D...... 12,IS -2.'. .Le- Am Can :----------2 85 U 8t 14 84's.Am Phllco Corp--______u_ 6 29 2S'. 28'. July __nnn n____.____ 31.34 31 39 31.00 31 05 relates. ballet at HaLShe
Int Paswr U.ooo.H u. *_.. Car it Pry _n 3 48'. 46i4 46U Philip Morris _. 20 3031 29'. 29'. October _...______ 32.30 32 45 32.00 3203 i One of these pupils. MaryElizabeth de
Oar W'_4 IsO lJOO-4. *.*. I Am&PorPow..... 29 3>. 3 3 I Phillips Pet _h__ -_ 8 60 5831 583'z \\ December ___.u__ 32,01 32.15 31.77 31.81 of Orlando also joined the corps
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Ott Craac. 10O-la'a sia 1.C.Ias..S Am Homo Prod nn 18 24*. 24 24 \ f.- Spots close 32 56 down 44 ballet of the Hippodrome
Pressed SU Car 10 111. 11 11 \ OPrC.
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u Procter A Cam .__ 3 ti's 66'. 66'. I danced
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vk4ic- 6.101.26&.2 I Am Pow & Lt 14 IHs II1. 11'. NEW OELZAN5.UPClose steady as
Pub Sic NJ _____ 12 22H 22'. 22'. Theater on con
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Rad 4c St 8 27 14'. 14 U' I Open High Low Close I Theater.
... *. .. ______ L Pullman 4_______ 17 55'_ 54 54 !, BUd
505i5 ra It0-i0 % Am Roll Mill 38 32' 32l. 32 ___ March 32 07 32.16 31.70 31 89 tract.
Pure Oil 12 26'_ 26
0** ....r. '*0M La. Am Smelt R _n_ 24 62 61U 61>. u 26 May _nnn nnh__-__ 31 III 32 O9 3161 31.7O I Mention is made of Marjorie's After a year at Stetson University -
Am WoBlcn I.IOI..S '!'_. Am Stl Fdrs _non 7 30'a 29'4 29*. tRadio I \ July 3132313730923107 her school
Am Sugar Ret _u_ 2 43'. 43*. 43'. I Corp -______ 33 8'. 831 81. -' .,,,f'- I I October unn.___ ___ 3230324231953205 : [now Mrs. Peter H. TepsicJ colorful she opened own
: NEW YORK lAP) Stocks slowly I Am Tel & Tel _..-_ 11 160*. 160 1601 Radio K-Orpn __u 13 11". 119 11'. I / -Iii December -a------n 32 00 32.14 31.70 31.85I background. "An Alabama baby I here. Marjorie and Mrs. Royal organized -
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Am Tob B -_un 7 74 73'4 74 Repub Ana uu._ 16 74 7H 7*. I Florida Ballet -
retreated in yesterdaYs market I'Am Viscose _n__n 10 52 51>. 52 I Repub Steel _______ 32 27', 26'. 26'. -.-" Middling spot cotton closed on the Memphis reared in Florida educated in the Central tI
!Am Wat Wki _u__ 14 18'a 16'. 16"4 Revere Cop It Br __ 13 20'. 20'. 20\t T COL3LD I4PPEP4 Exchange at 31.55 yecterday compared i Tennessee at Ward-Belmont and I Co.. which has already enjoyed two
In the wake of Wednesday's rally. Am Woolen 57 46 44'. 45Ansconds Sanford. Cocoai ,
-- with 32.35 Wednesday and 36 20 for in Orlando,
p-:::: 32 35's *35'. 35' Safeway Store. ____ 4.. 23'. 23 2331. I .e .. the corresponudlng date last year. : ballet education by the late Mikhail -I sea "that they l
Light selling depressed many Armour ,. Co _.._ 63 14 U 13'. 13'e St I* San Fran ____ 6 8'. a&a 8'. Mordkln who addressed her aswildcat' i I and St. Petersburg
pivotal industrials to block effortsat Laid Dry Good n__ 9 15*. 15 15 St Regis Pap ___h 61 20'.. 1010" I of her beaming 'might bring the ballet to those
AleS T & 81 ____ 12 83'. 83> 83< ___ because
4 4 Schenley Distil 359 37 34" 35' I
resuming the recovery move. All Coast Line _n_ 2 52'". 52 52 I Sesb Al RR ______ 4 16*. 163. 169. BABSON'S AUTHENTIC STATEMENT Orange City grin and green eyes." : places the big companies never
liquors and a few special stocks Atlas Corp __n___. 4 24'i 24 24'4A Sears Roebuck __h 47 36'. 36'. 361. Her first dancing teacher was 1 touch for more than one per
were in demand without attracting co Mfg ____-_ 12 51. 5'. 4l.\ Shell Union Oil ___ 15 31*. 31 3H. 'I I "
-0Bald Sinclair Oil 40 11115'. 16 ;i Buddy Ebsen. tap dancer and son formance. _ _
II a following. Activity slowed Loco __ 12 17'. 17'. 17>4 Socony-: Vacuum- uu___ 29 16'* 16 16l.. : Church Begins
after noon and total transfers of Belt & Ohio __nn n 14 13' 13'. SooAmGbP.... 7 4*. 4>4 4"4 Small Towns Preferred !
I BarnsdaU Oil ____ 13 29'. 29',. 29U
Southern Pacific __ 19 44*. 43> 43'.
I 940.000 shares compared with 1.- Best Foods .______ 12 28 27 H 27'* Southern Ry __ 17 39 Vi 38 s 381. NewsBy
260.000 Wednesday. Losses generally Beth Steel __ 12 28 27H 27'. Sperry Corp u n____ 57 23". 220. 23 New Season Winter Park 1 1TeTe

i' were held to fractions. Blaw-Knox _-----4 15'. IS1* 15S'! Spiegel Inc u_._._ 16 12'. 12 12 By ROGER W. BABSON I Just as science has bettered the
I Boeing 2014 20 20 Stand Brand 14 29l. 211'. 29l. :
Commission houses said bidding Borden Co 43>. 43 43 StdO&E$4Pi27; u.: 27*. 26'4 26'. NEW YORK-If you are lucky smaller communities, it has (Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel]

I for shares slackened when it was Borg-Warner ___n_ 20 51 50 S04 'I Stand Oil Cal _u__ 11 59'. 59'. 59'. I created new hazards for big ORANGE CITY-The Congre- MARGARET GREENE
: enough to live in a city or town
.
Braniff Alrw 4 8' 84 8 __ .
u.n Stand Oil Ind 27 40' 40' 40'3I
? i seen there was little tendency to Bridgeport Brass 10 14 13'. 134 Stand 011 NJ ___00_u 20 76'. 76'. '7631 1 of modest size, thanks for cities.If .gational Church resumed'servicesSunday Winter Pork 233-Hours 11 12 a 4 -5, Monday T Fndo i
extend the fast upswing of the Brian Mfg: _--_-.7. 334 33 V4 33"4 Stand Oil Ohio ____ 15 30*. 30 30 give i World War III ever explodes after being closed for the : '
Budd Co _____--___ 28 11'II1* 11HBulOT Std Stl Sort __ 1 13*. 135. 13'. !, your great good fortune. For you some of our monsters of mass liv- ,1 '
session. Distrust over continuing I u Summer. The Rev. John J. Bayne II
previous Watch __n 1 31H 31H 31 ft Sterling: Drug: ._ :5 37'. 37... 37I Aid Asked For 1
profit prospects prevailed Burling Mills _..._ 31 19H. 18'. 19 Stevens JP ___-__--_ 12 33'. 333, 339 I I to change to New York or some ; ing will be made-to-order targetsfor i pastor gave the sermon with spe- Winter Park

despite another batch of generally Bun Add loch 19 13** 13'. 13" 5tokH .Van Camp 26 225. 22" 22" other crowd-crammed big city, the enemy's: atom bombs and cial music by the choir. Mrs.
-CCalif Studebaker Corp __ 29 21V. 20*. 21 | might be bad bacterial
a move because assaults.
favorable earnings and dividend Packlnc __n_ 2 32'. 321/ 32"Conahan Sunshine Mng: __ 1 10 10 10 I 4 Crouse Z-Uad __ 21 2'. 2'. 21. _._ -- i these economic dinosaurs may be. Mankind will be less toi
news Swift & Co -00 3 33' 33". 333'. eager Members and friends of the Brevities
Can DrY 0 Ale _n 20 157. 15'. IS'. : doomed. City life for the average i lift skyscrapers to heaven understanding Meth-I i Ii !
___ -TTexas odist Church here joined j Mrs. Redington
.
C.Dd Pacific 25xd ii' Ii's 1H.
The short interest as of Sept. Carrier Corp 18 19\-a\ 191. 19's Co -.____ 581. 565. .57'.', mortal is a drab and sorry affair. full well what\ grim harvest service also. I
n.n I WINTER PARK-Due to the ;.
15. reported after the close. Cue tJD Co __ u. 12 39's 38. 333Csterpill Texas Gulf Sulph .. 6. 54'. 543 s 54\-a\ With prices high and supplies low, of destruction may be reaped I
f Tractor __ 6 55 54 54 Tex P.c C & 0 n_ 2 35'. 35 35 : Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jernigan fact that most of the telephone j
total of 1429.153 most big cities offer from
showed a Celanese Corp __ '12 26'. 25'. 25!. Tex Sac L Trust __ 30 29 28'i 28 Vt only poor those distant skies. The Ato- 'I there I I WINTER PARK Mrs. Jane
h Mr. and Mrs. Paul and cables underground
shares excluding odd.lot accounts. Cent Foundry 4 9". 9s. 9'sCerrO Tide Wet A Oil -.- 15 20>4 20'. 201 4 sleeping quarters and tiresome mic Age has put a new premium on Jernigan are ,

or a decline of 125,599 I de P. __uu__n_ 4 30'. 29'. 301.Certain.Tred I Trans Twent &C-Fox< West_Air __ 17 18 26'17W. 26'16>.4. 26 lT.m>, meals. Someday, you will under- spacious sites-both for industry I Mrs. Ruby Bass!! were at paytona' were only about 100 telephonesout I Redington who, as an active member f

shares since Ang. 15. : ok Ohio Prod_n_ 54 24 451.17"17"- 45's". 411.Ch 17'sChe : -UUnIon un stand that health is life's priceless and residence. Intelligent nations Beach Saturday.Mrs. of commission during the of the AWVS was a diligent

I M fOp & Pac ___ 17 S's 9 9Ciii Bag P u_ 9 34". 34 34 asset-especially for the woman. : will prefer to expand horizontally Fred Crofut left Monday storm and these were mostly in I I worker in of the Central
The Associated Press 60-stock & NW __n___ 2 20 19's lOLl Union Carbide _.._ 12 105 103 10340 Those who have trekked "ity-, rather than vertically. for Wisconsin. : the outlying districts where limbsor beh
composite declined .2 of a pointto Chrnler Corp ___ 48 60'. 59's 59's Union Oil Cal _____ 3 22'. 22'. 22'. other debris fell the Florida Blood Bank, now j ji
__ __ ward and lost I In the years to inbound across 1 i
CIT Ptnan 35 44'. 44 44Cliv Union Pacific 1 136' 136', 136 Vi come Charles Martin has returned
64.9. Of 947 Issues regitsering EI mum _n 16 41',. ti's 41102 United Air Lines .. 28 20' 2014 2014 out remind cityward migration will peter out 1, i need of the help she has
there 412 declines against CocaColau" 1 181a\ 1811. lii'sColgete United Aircraft 38 23U 23 23 I from New Jersey. lines.The serous I
were --
I $ me of another and The others: she to undergo
dry Maitland and Altamonte
Palm P __ 4 47 n n Un Cig Wb Strs ___ 75 5 5 -li4. up. outbound coun- I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harten of ; i
311 advances. Cot Suet & Ir 12 1H. 15 15 United Corp ---___ 28 3 2'. 2*. bitter truth. Life : tryward movement will rise to a ,.I exchanges which have the dial i major surgery at Orange Memorial
Losers of a point or more included Coluna 0 & El :._ 38 111. liLt 111. United Fruit __n_ 11 56H 554. 55 never can be so 1 mighty tide. Watch the workingsof j Philadelphia were recent visitors I II i I Hospital and will need
Bethlehem at 87 1-C: Doug- Cool Credit ____ 5 44'4 44'-3 44'sCoxol United Gas Imp ___ 4 20'. 204 20'. t '.3.. of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin here. system were kept in operation by '
I Solftnta __ 19 241. 24'. 24'aCom"ltb U S Gypsum ._____ 6 101 100 Va 100\Va t lonely as in a the Law of Action and Reaction I Pete Franklin arrived :i emergency equipment from here, trnfusions Those who appreciate i
t las Aircraft at 60. American Can LOis __ 13 30 29.,. 29'sCoinwitis U S Indus Chem -_ 6 45 Vi 441. 45 34 great city swarming I i Sunday :I even though the electricity was what she has done for others are
at It 1.2. United Fruit at 55 1-4. I & South .126 3's 313'". U S Rubber ____ 17 45". 45 45oil\ ""1. with The building of from Washington, Conn., 'to visit '
CODa Edison __ 28 254. 25's, 25'4 U S Steel __ 55 71H 71 71UWalker strangers. : too-big cities his grandmother. Mrs. Hattie : off in those two communitie$ for asked to provide replacements at
Plttston at 33. Pullman at 54. I Cons Vultee 31 U'. It 14's, W The abysmal has been overdone. Reversal is i I 18 hours. the blood bank. t

Union Carbide at 103 1-2 and Coot Bet __ 7 14114 14 (-H) G & W 21 21 v, 20*". 20*.. lonesomeness of overdue. i i Franklin. before going on to A wtr Pennxvl- I Mrs. Redington, who was one
I! __ S 35". 3531 high-tension on
Coat Con 35's
.___ > Gainesville where he will enter I
Walworth Co 13 10 10
Texas co. at 57 1-4. Among others 10V the Young then face
newcomer people plain
I 24 \ 73. a of the Winter
Coot Motors 7" 7\8 Warner Bros Pict 28 14.... 14 14 the vania Ave. fell across the wires I of the organizers
in lower ground were Coot Oil DPl 27 46'. 46.... 461... West Ind Sue ____ 7 25Va 2531. 25". 3', and outsider choice. They can follow an out- university. Bobbie Eriksen is supplying current to the houses Park unit of the American Wom "
Steel. Corn ExehanlO ...1.20 541. 543. 541. Un Tel A 21 25'. 25'. often dated and also a student there. I
can Woolen. Republic West 26S leads to outmoded tradition.
Ameri-I Products 5 63's 63 3. 633.CYst. \ en's Voluntary Services, active .
I CorD I on the west side of the street in w
Wetting Air Er 12 35 34 35'. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dettmer of
___ seeking the in '
ern Union. Goodyear. Co 6 343. 34 34 Wheeling tSeel __ 13 464 45V4 45U taking up with big city fozlora the 1100 block. burning out the in the entertainment of servIce f
Crucible Steel 4 2n6 27102 27c..rtts I Orlando were here Sunday visiting I
Santa Fe. New York White Motor __n 8 27*? 27'. 2n. Babson bad companions. hope of making big money or and women who were
Publlsh& 48 10's 1O. 10" : wiring system in several adjoin- men
Willys-Overland __. 25 9*. 9V4 914 Broken live in his mother Mrs. Louise Dett-
Southern Railway. Baltimore & 1 CI&rt1u-Wnllbt 23 54.'! 5'-a'! 5'\0.'\ church ties are not re- can small communities as
served Sunday evening
Wilson Co ------ 19 14'. 14*. 14 I mer. ing houses with a pyrotechnic display supper every
Ohio. Sears Roebuck. Oliver Corp. I Woolworth (FW) 20 46'. 46l. 46*. newed. Spiritual relations are I God intended. Bigtown now is at AWVS
and Dow ChemicaL DffCO _____ 1'7.0 39'-2 $.... -YToungst- neglected. The abnormality of I better equipped to deal out misfortunes I' Miss B. A. Fuller spent the at 4 a. heaqur.

Retaining fractional gains were Del Detroit Lack Edison k West__ 14AI 6 230. 23'7'.. 23"7. -zZonlt. -Sh is T n 19 70*. 691. 6931 life in a big city too often under- : than fortunes. Wise 1 weekend in DeLand visiting Mrs. David Andrews realtor an- I Redington Also during drove the wr. l1
the of two houses to
Echenley at 35 3-8. American Distilling Ota Corp-Seas _100 161. 151. 15'- Product ___ 6g 631 6'. 6'.. mines moral standards that originally young people will ride the rising Celia Wooten. nounces sale Mr. and Mrs.
owned
by
at 32. Publicker at 26 1-2 Dome Mines ___ 20 211. 20'a! 20% Approximate final total yesterday 940.. were firm. i trend toward the countryside. George Hillshimer is in Miami Orlandoans who plan to maketheir I canteen
DoUllU AtnnfI 604. 60 60 000. I home here. The Miller homeat i Homer Gard to isolated
* this week.Mr. ump
j
and Distillers Corp. at 15 7-8. Dnuer IDduat 22 183, 18'. 181.dPout
1 Pacific Western Oil touched a new de Ji 'J 191 189 190 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK ,! Due to these jam-packed itles. If you can live near a college and Mrs. A. F. Clark Mrs. 796 McIntyre Ave. to Dr. Rob-1 I in this area to serve cofe

1947 high climbing 1 1.4at41 1-4: -5Esatern-Air I. 40 m. 18'. 18'. CHICAGO UP) Hogs: 5.000. Ilow. Steady I jl would caution those of all ages, count that an added asset for your Olive Huda and son Roger have ert Henderson, Orlando 6gel I doughnuts and to carry magazines
to the soldiers.
Johns-Manville. was up 1 1-8 at I I Eastman Kodak-_ 17 44'. 43'. 44'4 25 cents higher on butchers over 220 Ibs 'particularly young people with life's career. The nearby presenceof returned from New York.: The Hendersons who j
Emerson El M 3 12*. 12*. 12=** Lighter weights steady to 25 cents lower.some i youthful families. Youth has the a humble institution of learning D.V.. Jacobson and Philip sons in military academy, '! Miss Mar Gwnn. of the Central -
43. West Virginia Pulp at 42 1-3 i bids oft more on lightweights top w
.
Erie ItO IS 93 9 1102Jywsharp \
that
was up 1-2 on declaration of an ; __ :0 lotIlot 1Ho.. 29 50. Bulk good and choice 190-280 lbs longest time to regret an error! or culture, may yield more far- I Flumm joined a group from Enterprise 'I take immediate psio Blo Bn a
.
I
'
28 50-29 25. heavier weights scarce So..sI I I 'I influence I I Elizabeth Nelson those who
reaching than all
extra dividend. -FPsrn.s Certainly congested cities are not I the going to Ingles for a special don n
25 cents higher Most 40O lbs and
Tel & Rod 8 '131. 131 7'. I under 25.50-27.50: heavier sows.weights downto 'fit places to raise children-the lumber, brick, steel and cement i course in electrical engineering. ; the two-story frame house at the call 7268 to make appointmentsso
T 5. R II 52.9. 52 523.Florida. \ i
S Bonds showed narrow changes. FIrestone. Pow 4 15 14'. 14'. 2350. I one highest goal of a happy mar- I I which big-city builders can pile I II' southeast corner of E. Comstock!j that they will not have t wait.

Cotton. closed unchanged to f'nIehaaf Tre 13 201. 20". 203. Slaughter Cattle 4000 steers; calves and heifers 500. weal Very to slow 50cents i ried life. Thoughtful parents will ; together. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reed have : and Chapman Ave now occupied :

ILlS bale lower. Some Chi- -G- think twice before i The college of broad ideals is Mrs. D. and f I' PENNY WISE. POUND FOOLISH
a Oto C.bla 26 11% 119. ll'.l lower General steer market 81 to sentencingtheir i I' returned and are at the home of by W. am- '
050 Dee: 40 37 36'. 369" 1.50 lower than early Wednesday Cowaweak loved ones to su<;h physical I a part of, the community where Carl Kelly and family. ily. She will remodel for her IRONTON. O. tUPJ George
0.0 Fooda _____,. 18 39 39'. 399 to 25 cents lower. Bulls steady to unwholesomeness ,: it is located in I i i Hugger. mouton jewelry
: and spiritual and deals Inspiration -
Oen MotorS ___ 59 59 58'. :581.Gm 50 cents lower. Choice fed steers 1100 lbs i Miss Olive Martin who is .teachI ,' own. ocupac. st op
TERMITE CONTROL Pub vtU 21 14 13'- 131.Gillette up. 31.00-3400. top 34.00 for two loads squalor. j as well as instruction. I ing school in New Smyrna, spent Prof. Klemhans of the erator and former Juge.
sat R __ II 28'. 28 28 1264 lb weight Good to low choice under | Having been brought up in a Industrial leaders are Interested Rollins has returned from had burglary Insurance
the weekend
here. i
M TEAKS OF DEFENDABIUTXCIJ Gunbel Bros __ .9 2n. 23.. 23'" 1100 Ibs 2400-3000: one load stnc.4rcholee i fact.
Goodrich tSP) 13 559 n 55 927 Ib heifers 3200. most good I farming and seafaring area, I i keenly in spreading operations I Mrs. Esther Demotsis and J! he worked on years without any need for It He

rBONB OB WUTX Good;ear T & R __ 13 48 45's 451. grade. 23.50-27. .OO.: common to medium cherish no delusions that the I more widely throughout the less daughter Miss Katherine Demot- I his doctor's degree at the University -I allowed it to lapse. Then somebody -
heel 13 50-17 00. and cutters
Graham-Palle Mot 45.4 3 31.. cows canners small.town or rural hamlet is '!densely populated regions. This I tossed a brick through
105013.25. practical top good weighty of Florida during the h
H. L COX Gt NorUm RR pt 24 4031 .01. 40"Or..hound sis, teachers in Wildwood. were. I
Corp 32 10.... II'.. 10 ">au.age bulls. 19.00: vealers steady at all sweetness and light. I opens more jobs everywhere. It a here Saturday.Mr. I mer.l store window and walked off

TUVt IRMA ST. Ouit Mob ok Ohio 13 124. 11'. 12 2650 down slaughter calves- 20O-2OO Yet I can promise readers that i healthful and economic setting : I John Henderson has su-\ $400 worth of jewelry.
lower at 22.00 down. and Mrs. August Schultz 1
Gulf OiL 21 611. 61n 61% let \
-H-1 Sheep 1.500. Slow. Early sales native for all its faults, it is free from aids in running a mill how much and children Tom and Kathleen Washington. Pa., to
i.owtit Spring lambs about steady. good and much of the vital such considerations I i
If Ifa 1-M.ht Rsye.MIg.__ 9 131 7 7Hornestake degradation and ills more are
Silo 4 45'. 45 45 choice slaughter lambs. 24.00-24 50; up of Tampa were recent visitors of ington and Jefferson for the corn- ten Pat are to New' Jersey, where
of the and rearing family?
Tlm Wa overgrown underprivileged in a
J Kousto OIl __!_ 18 234. 231. 23V. 24.00 sparingly. a few small lots medium I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz and 1 tog year. they have been visiting the for-
LOAN FiwcSIt" lid.son Motor 53 111. 11"a 171. to good 21.00-22.50. common down to metropolis. Furthermore, [ The future holds every promise Martha Dennuson is to
-IEfinois- 16.00. Yearlings scar. Slaughter ewes the ever-faster advance of scienceis 'that the best opportunities for ; family. M I mer's sister's Mrs. Florence Hayes,
mostly stesdy A few choice ewes. SOl i Mrs. Lillian Beaur I director of religious education -
Central 18 :27'. 2631 26'llot and father
adding to the advantages of 'health security and happiness
Harnster 23 82'. 82". 82% higher. Most small lots good and choice William Wolf left for the All Saints Episcopal i iChurchhool at Highland Pat attend
for Park
Ssst&Umsst Loss lilt Paper ____.120 SO's 493. 50 natives 9 00. short deck choice 14O-lo Country life. Think how rural life will be in the,smaller community. I, Monday : w
0..S. 410 ..srS lot Tel & Tel 38 11\-a\ 11 11Jotm"ti'nY ewes 10.00; common to medium 7.50-8.SB. is being constantly enriched by 'The Main Street which is built for Belleview. IlL, after visiting Mr. I which will beg Kent Place School in New
and Mrs. William Wolf Jr. its Fall term this Sunday at :
better better goodness rather than bigness will 1:45 York City.
transportation.
la ____ 21 4J 4i.. 43Jotes CURB STOCK LIST communication I
hIlT NATIONAL tANK 4 L 5U 25 33 32'. 32% Furnished through courtesy Merrill, better education and 'I live on to bless its fortunate Inhabitants i Town Council has voted to re- am Carter Bradford has gone

Ml r.ossi D o..a- .J07 W __ 11 J8 373. 31% Aluminum Lynch. Pierce.Co. of Fenner Amer.and_ Beane_:__ 57 I better facilities of all kinds. I long after Grand Ave. i i establish the stop light at Graves I Dean and Ms. Wendell Stone Mrs New York
-KKeflecoti uu City to visit
Cop 31 463. 4S% 4SV. Amer Gas kElp<:. __ _____ 31'. Look too at the other side. t is paved with grass 1 and Volusia Aves. Other streetlights I hav New York t M
-&.- Amer. Light & Traction __ 19'. have been installed on I where they spent several days and I Helen Lovering for a short time

PINWORMSNOW Leb1ab C & N. 19 11 10% 11 Ark. Nat Gas A. ________ 5Ashland '. I Graves Ave. I the former attended a meeting of and drive South with her.
Ub o-P Glau II 5n. S2 52 011 & Refg .12'. ELDERLY 'KIDDIES HAVE FUN
Libby KeN & L 21 81. a 8% Atlantic Coast Fisheries 631 Eggs and Poultry Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKinzie and I Rollins College ttee Ame Oxyall of Wenton Ohio
Ll&nU & Myers __ 2 89 89 89 Barium Steel __ 4*. NEW YORK IUP] The Council family of St. Petersburg spent the I Prof and Mr. ,
CAN BE BEATEN Creole Pet. Corp. _,. 33\Va JACKSONVILLE AP) Florida nearby Mar
Lockb6ed Airs U 14" 133. 13"_ and R. B. Wiseman of Gallon
Losws Inc 21 20" 20 20LortUard Cities Service __ 1T--,__ 37.._ fresh eggs Club for Older People took 124 weekend here at the home of his Smith have as their guests Joh'! ,
II III
"3V eI Jlla-W_ tar. ban tP) 4 18\-a\ 1831 1831 Colts Patent Arms ___ -__ 36*. AU sales to retailers: and parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mc- I Tony and Jose Urresti of Fe. f Ohio, are communications engineers ,
k *w% far n-ori.s. and Bullkna cot -.- -- Elec. Bond Share Co. ________ 12*. NetWt. Cor Mkt- men women, ranging In age Kinzie. I Rollins students who I here to make the preliminary
*- kn.aoc-*.way to deal with ISIs KocRH) 1 38 J8 36Merit. Fairchild Eng & Airplane Corp. 3V." Grade A Net do:&. in Crt.. from 65 to 92. to a suburban park _
9mt that ii-as taae&.be komaa body. Midland 18 '7 61. 61'. Glen Alden Coal Co. ______ 191. Large _____ 24 oz. 73 75 Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. ,them this Summer in New Mexico.Dr. survey fo the Winter Park

Today thaa-a ta a IP< t-nmt. tine a tdcUy .aeetltn__- (GU 8 173, 179. 173', Humble Oil It Refg. 704 Small __ __ 18 cc. 53 551 I C
SMM.... bios aaade paMihUu TUa 4ra* to li41ct-Cont Pet II .H6 423e 42.. Kaiser-Prazer ________.. 8"-. Extra lane _____u_ 26 oz. up 75 77 lunches played cards and other Elder C. R. Padgett of DeFuniak I daughter, Shirley, returned system which they hop t
--shot tesr..-Brt bt f-W.tb. Pia-Wom Ito Kan Tries 11 53. 5 5MqflsntO Lone Star Gas Co. _____ 19H Sales direct to consumers: and returned SpringS Mrs. Gertrude Scott and from New Haven. Conn. where have in operation here .
tabhta- Dr. Liu engaged to research at Mrs. A. B. Davies of Sea
IXJaya**Sam.a Wonteom Ward 25 5831 573. 573.MstXsY Niles-Beement-Pond Co. ____. 10'. Grada A Per doa. in Crts. I tired and'happy in the late after- granddaughter Marie of Orlando Girt,
Tk?-?. -**h tab p.w taI.U act Corp _- 4 133. 129. 12% Pantepec Oil of VeIL _.t_. __.. 9'. Large .--? -_- 24 oz. 84 85 and Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Sims Yale University during th Sum- N. J.. has arrived to be with her
..sposlol___Pta-Wi,....So -HJliuh.KelYinator- eherwin-Willianu JJ......._ 69".. Medium 21 oz., 74 IS noon-some on a bus which by of Orlando. sister. Miss Jane Redington. whoIs
oat aaflnth tha cmbxraaainaraetal I 18 18'a 16a 16H 8oDO&ooe> Corp. 3Schulte "-, Sm.U ______ 18 oz 62 631, I mer.Mrs.
Sub .soss4 ky tb. oty ac Ask year Sal' Airlines 2 13 -. 12'. 121. Inc. .-_--- 4 Extra large ________n 28 oz up 87 88 chance bore a sign reading. "Chil Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cole have Sidney Haley and daugh-:j critically in.

i.os! JATKTS, -v"*_'Lellow lbsp.w Nat Auto Fib 6 11*. 11 IK. Stand. Pw. &" LIght 24 Florida dressed sales to retailers to con i dren's Bus Service Inc.. returned from Rockwood. Tenn

---_PaoW_aUdi Nat Nat Can Biscuit___ 17 5 30V.9Va 30Va 9V4 304 11'1. Textron Technicolor____ 124 124 sumers. Dressed Live and had I. Walter Hawkins of I 0 A.'ewcr 1. Prwvioss PIasII

_. United Gas Corp. ___.__. 174 New York and Drawn Daytona Beach as house guest
Nat Cash Rig: 9 39 384 38H style Leader
Natj Container __ 24 14 13% 14cago W. Va Coal_&_Coke ____ 151. Fryers Re'd'.1'bP' 58 59Broiler IT RUNS IN TilE FAMILY Tuesday and Wednesday.Miss [Educational I
=== 58 59
FOREIGN EXCHANGE Hens heavy ____ _- 50 51 NEW YORK IUP When Turn Bobbie Bostick. Miss Katherine i

: WhatTeloFir grains dipped the limit. NEW YORK AP) Closing foreign exchange Hens light _-_____________ 39 HO Lawrence Jr.. 21. reported for his Boyles Mrs. W. H. Jackson _
BOBIZONTAI, 2 Dried
rates follow (Great Britain In dollars
.-Wheat finished 6 to 8 7-8 centsa others in cents)' first tour of duty as a probationary and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. James gap

a bushel down corn off 7 5-8 Canadian dollar in New York open! market GRAIN MANGE policeman. he was assigned to .I visited Orlando recently. ."W Pictured '3 Egyptian
; That Sluggish 9 13/18 per! cent discount or 9018. CHICAGO tIP) 'member of
the same precinct where his mother Miss Margaret Rogers spent a 4 Wapiti gj
to the daily limit of 8 cents. V S. cents. down 1/18 of a cent. Open High Low Close -
and oats down 2 1-4 to 3 58. Europe!; Great Britain 84.03. unchanged! WHEAT has been. a policewoman for 28 few days here with her cousin U.-S..Officeof 5 Thus '
Prance (Franc .64 9. of a cent. unchanged Sept. ___. 2.71 2.72'. 1.67 2.71 I years. Lawrence's grandfather. I Miss Mary Strang before taking ,Education -IAeNlTh,1tJLe i
; l.wR-ari-Out Curb issues improving included Sweden tKrona) 27.84. unchanged Switzerland Dec ___ 2.612.73 2.67'. 2.7031 i iI Horses gait Iop.jn CI Ap
Babcock & Wilcox. Root Petro- Franc) (com'l) 2340. unchanged. March 2.70V, 2.73U 2.70V, 2.71 two uncles and a cousin were or I I up duties as teacher at Webber Mane N LA OjE SST
Latin-America: Argentina free 24.87. unchanged May ____. 2644! 2 69'-4 2644! 266H I are on the police force. also. '1 College. Babson Park. I Stop US. ITIIEISr!
eum. Carr-Consolidated Biscuits. __ Ly
: Brasil free 5.50. unchanged Mexico July h 2.48 2.48 2.43 244V4
Brown-Forman Distillers and St. 20.62. unchanged.: CORN 11 Fabric 3 Either
I Sept. __ 2.53'. 2.:58 2.S3'. 254' OUT OUR WAY Spoken 9 Fortune 32 Anger 48 Parent
fating Lawrence Corp. Behind were Textron ___ '. .
DUN AND BKADSTMEET Dec. S 34' 2.39 2.34'S 2 34 -
; and G. A. Fuller. Turnoverof NEW YORK (UP) Dunn and Bradstnefa May ___ 230V.\ 2.32Vi 228U 3 28'. .1 Snare 10 Etc 3 Give 4 Type mea
'
Urn when you eooJd OH WHAT LUCK. IF ThAT lOP THCY rEACH \ ]
210,000 shares daily weighted price index of 30 basic July __.__ 2.21"2.26a! :2UVsOATS \ 2.211.. I Compass point Puffed up Limbs
with were compared 1
I like % horse bubblad-ovcr energy. commodities. compiled for United Press VOLVO OF LEAMEPA6INST WA DUMB TIiAT 140WL. ,
Salt happy a-i a.beLt Was It not because with 2EO.OOO Wednesday.Bondholders. (1930-32 average equals 100). Sept. ____ 1.16 1.18'. 1154 118-4. ONE OF T>fOLD E3XJGH T0 PS'YCMOt.OGV! \ ; I ,2 Bins Calyx leaves 38 He has- Of 51 Earth
you liktd to ee>-dldat know what to.dlIIstto@ I Yesterday 283.36 Dec. HS'a '.16',. '.13 1.15 4 letter Sun god
j wmv felt -tracu s-i 'n oil A.M Wednesday .-., 286.17 March __ -____ ____- __.__ .12'-3 MACHINE ONE OVEROII. Hi BUT I'M AP&V % 24 Nickel 1 veteran. 53 Letter of
achaDcea tbo"old stomach and tho Week ago 1 28576 Msy 107 109H 1.06"4 107V I HALF OF XXJ WOULt? MACHIE, 81fl TH t RE TCACHIKT I Area measure euctonl Greek

l .vse-cbsogthS blood1 need help. Now Month ago-. 275.25 July __u_ lOOVi 1.001 6 .9731 .IIa*. OF WENT AROUMP WCTHTM ouicii-wrr-np 'EM stow ro I (sbn 21 Loud speaker alphabet

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your blood atranfth.Uedttai autbcctUea, covering tale of mil properties of If yon jet up nights-have frequent de. r 'I. 1 .

by analysla of the blood. he by poslt above named Companies. Claims of sire to pan your water-but have only [40 Chemical U-i".
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and potrnt actlratlng lagrert tents. paid on each Bond and how to collect famous doctor. found hundreds of his '=o. '

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readlngg.Central Belene Curtis cold APPLIANCES REPAIRED CONCRETE WORK: lvfwsys. steps.walks HOUSES: WASHED Screen andwindows. PAINT
an. A. IL Orunr. D.D. SU w. AMMERMAN YORK CITY Driving Sunday28th toasters irons and lampS. Ph. 5186 floors. septic tacks LI- Look like paint lobs. :ons Rr labie painters rfcommeaed. -
Phone '583'7. -wa..1neludlnc conditioning shampoo take one or two, help drive Church I, work Hatch. 6001. At GlltSdens. I
curls S10 Johnson Electric Co.. 23 E. cebsed bonded. Southern States Floor Free estimates: guaranteed.
haircut and test Until week later. Contact
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ADVICE Returning Co.. 8714 2 :2206 for "Urnatea.I I Call 6328. SOLAR SYSTEMS-Installed.lata s.-
Meetings.- Psyehia Phone readln. 4Ur. Se.\.30tlvi 20 1F. Pine, 6462. .I R. B. Witt. Phone 9143. De- i ACETYLENE and electric welding T or Autrey! PAINTING-Mouse paintlnv laD art. delivery *. D'..
8 t1Dd-Star Church St. a..,. 1038.. 44lfc w. Land. Florida machine work on pumps saw nulls CONCRETE; WORK-Pl m and LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED-Al.. I conaerve your money improve Crate log 1606 r-I". ..
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Cberry.AMANDA CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY SALON
Want-Ad Rates 61Ja I I and road:: construction 'machinery, ored noon. Beautiful colored COI-I lawn cutting service. Hanson D1gseler your home paint itale wills StaalcrP I
BRADFORD-Psychlc -111 S. Orange over UcCrorys Sand Cnrtic Call 2-3930 for estimates. TRACTOR SERVICE Mew cra
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read- I 17. Hauling and Moving aluminum and brass casting: McKlnney Stone steps driveways outdoor Co. 2309 N. Orange
> SSe per Una inl circle 2::30 Tue. 10. Under- new management. I plowed, leveled. Content .
bMmimv. 561 Welt Columbia Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley.AWMNGS. I places seawalls stepping ( tact
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charge 75* Ave: phone 20331.CONVALESCENT Consult Keller for :your permanentwave I I Midy & Evans. Winter Park 469. LEAKS! LKAKS*-Tried the rest; try i PLUMBING REPAIRED BUl King hourly 27383TRACTOR .
1Cl" Me per UnaMmiarum or cold: wave before the rub. ALLIED VAN LINES. 15.C.-Nation's CA..OPIES-RoU cur I I the best. Expert prompt Ph. j for prompt guaranteed repairs. --
charee flOe I JOan HOME Close in For. appointment phone 4014iOGEWATER i largest movers of household goods tains Venetian blinds made to order I I DRY CLEANLNG We employ only 4774. I Phone 5059. Residence. 1729 Grand WORK: New .,....
; K1" Avenue. Telephone Call Fidelity Storage & Warehouse I Free estimates. Colonial Awning skilled experienced help, andmodern I piowea! dirt moving 1aB4bc...5. '"
Day 110 line day $ I
censerattve a .5114.: repairedand
I MOWER
SALON. 2422 POWER LAWN
BEAUTY
; Co.. for free estimates on your long MACHINE AND REPAIR SHOP-PIPe I Ph 8108 or Winter Park. 13O4-W
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24612.ALARM MacDuff
I 821 EUlcrest Phone machinery Try ns
t Coa.SCIUV. Dan lie line a day MASSAGE Permanent Complete S650 up. moving 56-61 W. Jacksoo : Co. Ave. i iI' I t cutting and threading Electric and sharpened Hanson Dlssaler da.-- .
Slenderizing, also distance SUROBRT All ..
C41ud'Katienal Average tOut .f Words ktalal. 1 MauaBinsl Una I Neuritis and Arthritis. Gilbert for*. Beauty Culture Complete. 2-3193. I St. Phone 2-3184. CLOCKS REPAIRED Any :I Cleaners.Rosalind P 204 hone Rldtewood.2-1060 corner j i iI acetylene: welding Cohoon Machinery I Cc.. 2309 N. Orange. 9716. I TREE trimmed or removed Daag.gaa..
1206 W. Yale Evening Appointments. Hilda Monck. I' kind of clock or electric equipment i Co.. 138 W. SouthMATTRESSES ,
!punt... JOe: Per Una : 22918. Ladles only I. AERO MAtTXOWER TRANSIT CO. ROOF REPADnUO New roofs Installed trees oar specialty Pin. tree .
J CosMCUllv Dan 2k Lee a dar I IJ '6PL'iCEIt 'SUPPORTS-Indl..ldllaU7 GENES. BEAUTY SHOP-Back to -Lona distance moving Call ,Joiner We fix everything Barker Repair DREDGING and water front work, RESTORED: to new I Patching and painting moved cheap LoU cleared U
48 CentraL Ph. 7696. I' boat houses and docks Do
Coaecauve Day 20o Lna a d yonnlmom I .Ioed!; 1202 E. Wasbington. PA. icbool specials All waves reduced.Phone Van and Storage service for fret Shop. W. I need low land fills and a fine bathIng you- I condition. Ross springs padding Red. the Roofer" Phone 2-1255. : tended J. T. jievtoo. 11'
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3 lines) I 2.3508. Mrs. W.rren. t 6686 204 South Main St. estimates: also local moving storage AWNINGS-Let us help yon with I sandy: beach which will drive out II and cover materials superior "Oven i j RADIO SHRVICE-Lee Otmsby You i Phone 2-1147 _
AvMrtiMr a.. ...._... t* it.ifya W. P. KELLY Registered Surveyor RAY'S BEAUTY FARLORAll types I packing, crating and shipping your awning problems. For free the snakes and mosquitosT Contact,! for inspection" Rasa Mattress Co, I' will save money by using our cash TREES D lOMm. trimmed taps
t.uM.artr N any errrIhetr >. i S Church aDd :Main Alcde- Phone permanent vaves. Pre-beat and 1400 8. Division; ph. 7988. I estimates. caU Mr. McGee at 9826. Correct Craft Inc.. (Pine Castle Boat I 1122 W Church; 22213OFFICE Itd carry system 137 W. Church St. I down. FU Insurance J. B.: HMt&-.
..* *. 'he Sentinel-Star. will 8346 cold waves a specialty. Dial 4222. !'I DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone Florida Awning Co.. 432 8. Bughey.MU.S I' tt Construction Co.,) 2-2465 I MACHINES REPAI i Our !' has ton S29H 8. SttasmerUn. Ffc tTTT
ROOFING bometning new
M ,.s.nwbl. led. bill seta.a.rt.n. GET; WELL. KEEP WELL is the I 38 East Pine. One place only. 7673. light moving and hauling CHALMERS SERVICE and 'FLOOR SANDL"G-Fmiahns., Specialize -I I I service guaranteed Check with \i been added." "Oarfofl- Single ply I UPHOLSTERY WORK of ftaect vack-. .
Nona for The Health Home. Every : ; every load insured, reasonable rates. I parts, tractors and power units. i Pen'ra-S.a1 treatment. 20 George Stuart 13 S. Main St. Phone ;i outlasts any known product especial manshlp Raw methods quality parfeet -
i (2 OFF OV ANY permanent this i finest i p4
AD Wut-A4Ilun la The Orland eared< lor br Censed Modern 8158 Materials of the
p.tleni physi j I Farm and Home Machinery Co. 40 1 yrs experience equipment 17 adapted to flat or low alopiac .
Uoram eenttad and ar* printed clan. Diet exercise and special treat-I week. Rsys: Utopia Beauty Salon.' FULFORD VAN & STORAGE CO.- W. Robinson: phone 2-2713. Work guaranteed Licensed. Prompt PIANO SERVICE H T. Kitson. j roofs For information can 8510. economical as veil Ruse Mattrtss.
m bath The Sentinel and The i menu to promote health. r1aUe Evcainc Star oa tha gsme vacancy). Phone 5033 I' or en route Sept. 20th. now ready for business and will continue i -ShJ> covers rtebing
roofing Sl.a:
D. D. Riddle bonded contractor. FLOOR SANDINQ-FIXISHDJO tSSO per
per square
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for estimate ...
Phone 5286 .
without ofcrUArtcraft
1%. Lost 'I 21 E. CentraL Ph. 7560 and 2-: pert mechanics work guaranteed. I to tune and service your pianos roll. Ra llolld'. Warehouse. Winter We call
Want-Ad D.part.et Ja epee 4 and FoundBILLFOLD Main. 4631.BULLDOZER. established 1925. Orlando Floor Sur- with the skin accuired through many Garden Rd : Interior Decorators. 2890.
tiwa 8 ju m. ta 9 p.m. daily, AUTO SCHOOL Learn to drive. i GENERAL HAULING Large or small ', racing Co. 1809 N. Orange Ave, dial i TPS-O Office 787 Antonetta Av*.. 1 I II W. Church. 2-ooo
...day from t to 12 LOST between Belmont Competent Instructor I SERVICE Clearing. Winter Park. Phone 381M. I RADiO SERVICE! Call "Scotty'you if .
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ajnDtsdUnefaf i prepares j 7836. like ttfm
rich top VENETIAN BLISDB-Uad*
sell and deliver
Cafe and Tiorida Bank Bid. Mon I loads. We grubbing and grading Also pan have "Radio Trouble: that
bonds y Paper Satar- day .rb.A.Yo. laenttfications. about I for State Driver s Test. Orlando Auto SOU. Phone 5665KNOLLENBERQ'3. work and palmetto rake. Phone | FURNITURE! REFINISHED upholstered I PIANO TUNING and repairing Qualityworkmanship I II :you cant seem to get cured Free estimates Lowest prices Beat servleea. Cad
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PF School; call 2-4879. at reasonable prices Adams. Ph. 556-81e 1 W. Central.
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S8 Phone 2.2396, 2-4427 J T. Murdoch. Paul's Repair Shop. 2611 E.Washington and guaranteed repairs or
I I Local moving; I |1 Fully guaranteed Call 53OO: Associate I II Orlando FlaWASHING .
Can Place Your St. Dial 2-1168. "General Electric
DALE CARNEGIE COURSES Eifeetive CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock I no pay Britts
DOG LOST in storm Small black Un packing Also ,
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storsge. era << ed Store for immediate service
I i : Phone MACHETES KXPAISZD>
ant-Ad : I speaking.! human relatIOns. '| with surface treatment. i store 356 N. Orange Ave
by Telephone terrier with tan less bob taiL agent, for Delcher Long Distance paving FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING I servfc .
Dial 4161 I Name U Bmg Bill Anderson. 210 personality development leadership I Moving ;506; Macy St. Dial 4965. I Work guaranteed Bumby Osceola 9947 or Post Office, 8101. 'I training for executives. clerks. ,j i son. nc. Phone 7649 I : portable power unit. Established I ; men Best of references REFRIGERATION SERVICE com- Bartons next0 Colony Theater.
'I Reward' j supervisen. salesmen, business worn- j I'LONG DISTANCE MOVING AU CONTRACT BUILDING of new homes 1935. Skilled workman: licensed. Cal 4626 L E. Pace fc Sons mercial and household repairs Winter Park 03
en. October classes now being formed points Packing crating local moving and repairs to homes and building i bonded: Insured. Steven Floor Sur- ;I i PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central I! Good work. charges: reasonable Ferguson WASHING MACJIIdS, ...AIItID-!
II. Baby Sitter Child Care DOG LOST. -Scotch Collie. blown and Only forty In each class. For details i I! Suddath Moving & Storage Co. i Heating Co. 15 Ph
whlte. of any kind. Repairs financed. T. P. facing Co. Phone 6582___ Ptymbing & N.I i iI Refrigeration Service 9752 AU makes. 24 hr service
Please
I telephone 2-3659. write Dale Carnegie Course. P. 8154. I i .
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t 115: w. Columbia. Phone FuUard 133 E. Concord: 24032CLEANING 'GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS installed Bryan Day 2-2236 Night 7538 RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED ui serric Caldvell and
BABY AND CHILD Car By day DOO. LOST Honey colored cocker O. Box: 2807. Orlando. I I Eonwater Dr. Coltega Pa
] Also sheet metal work of i Expert workmanship fast service 1
ORLANDO PARCEL DELIVERY AND PRESSING Cash I
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k ar hour In my hone "Honey Vicinity Cherokee I
Excel- SPEECH STUDIO Public speakingand Package delivery and messengernevice. and carry price. will save yon 1 1 any kind. ventilators chimney hoods. I PLUMBING INSTALLATION-Harper Guaranteed mothproofing service. Ph. I WELL JIULI.rrG-W. atmUHge ).
lelaI. provide 103 E. Harvard.ftSfF ; Park.Rewartf Rfently spayed. CaU dramatic instruction available : Baggage transferred. Phone i I money. Bring 1111 lOUr clothes Su- I i etc Phone Winter ta'n 409 acril: : Orlando Plumbing Service. Winter Park 2-299O Kleenize Co of Orlando mall diameter deep weU ft". JH"
DOW Fh 2-4374 7284 Parlor Cleaners. V14 Boone St. I 2-O077 i 498-M. i i i SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and i iI and 3". Can install wall and water
ILUUU8 PUY 8Cie lyres 154.3. TERF,6R DOG Lost. Female: I I I Co 1006 W Fairbanks Winter ParkHOLSES cleaned State approved 20 rearsm on FHA plan. CaD or wrtU P. f.
J-* Moors S Ul 11.30. 009Ealanyy "., fir Lame Tiney: whit with SCHOOL, of Real Estate Practice ;II 19. Vertices OfferedANTIQUES CONCRETE and FLOORS finish concrete etc WI floors.form. WASHED by Steam-Lux !! PAINTERS' AILABLE-Pree qUi i f I business. Altermatt Call 673O oz French Leaawood. Fla. Pttome .. .
Ark Dr 353 u.ots: very playful Liberal Prepare for Brokers and salesmen: I pour walks and steps For price I process looks different Call Steam mates Arnold Paint Store 4O7 S. 7571 for serviceSEPTIC I Ii WELL DRILI.DlG-W. are eottfl8ed
(or information to same, LAllea : sew student may enter each week: RESTORED Russ Specialty driveways House Washing Co. 2-3625. and let i I Orsnce phone 2-3786: ..u.. ...
Lailt-CAllllD-fta II I to drill shallow &lid deep
,t y Jwov. 719 22nd St. phone 2-4428 I IlcTI'E write phone or come to school to Authentic estimate caU 2-O256. Dunham. Con- i TANKS\ Cleaned: everything
: Modern equipment I us tell you why Estimates tree I SIZE no to a Inch. Ho water n* ..r.
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at woe* Ala 14-hnr care. register: secretary at school at all in materialsas i '-' bilaaoad meato : BIG TI IE MARKET hours. Paul Crank. 139 East Pine finish reproduction SERVICE-Floors, roofs. i HOME SERVICE General repairs walls S12 using flat oil. Low rate permanent :1.IIt. bonded. Insured Nothing down 36 ntaathi to vay
Russ Mattress
9. PuIni.aLi. Winter Pars.TOT for buyers sellers 8\.. Orlando. Ph 6366. i Co.nearly 1122' W as Church possible; 2-2213 I driveways steps and walks Th. t New construction. Windows.screens 'exteriors JoI. H.lfand. 2-4287 Route 19. Box 231; 2-0678. I. Belmany Supply Route Well 3. Ia'"H Oarwin Pwm
I 516. your need-filler by phoning TUTORING.-Co chin primary and I best in engineering workmanshipand and caulking service Licensed PLASTERPATCiu.iia-. Also SEPTIC: TAi1KS--InrtaUed. State ap-I Road. Orlando. Fla. Ph. 7O7
and bonded. Dowswell Ph. 9522. :
DAY JlUll8RYi -."" grade children. Former teacher AUTO GLASS installed while you materiaL Free estimates For I! expert stucco repaIrs Orlando: proved 600 gal capacity See
dins Caw.. Raiaterd ilIUM. renters and swappers: Meet Group or individual rates Reason wait Bobs Auto Class Shop. 122 I concrete work of all kinds can 67SO LA\.NS MOWED--Vacant lol cut I Home :Maintenance Service: Te;e1 tanks 17th St West of Orange I I
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i Tlaasa I------ '767. 4161 today. able. Ph. 2-4374 alter 1 p.m. W. Pine: Ph. 4949\ or 9530. Buchanan Concrete Co. I Power machinery us.ct. Call 984'J 1 J' phone 9348 I 1 Tr: 2-4519 Hsgen-Mneller [Continued On Next Pace .

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.," I (1Jrlnn trnttntl 13. ArtIcles far Sale L3Articles f o"SSRadlant Sale I 33. Ace for Sale POOR 1 PA AUNT HET 51. Houses for Sate SI. Rouses for Sae 51, Rouses for Sale


'. gAGE 30 FlU. SEPT. 19. 194'1 CIRCtLATINO BEATER-Used. Oil 7 .'J. city .. I CLAUDE CALLAH h ROBERT QUIWN crry LflITi'S-South.Frame cottage.God 2 1.lebborbo. -I DELANEY complete;ST.elKtl SECON1mlsh. I ARK bedroom LAKE fsrahasd SSCTION.-Spiesdid bungalow aagarage. 3-

I brtml Landscaped lot. $j3 $
burning with 30 'a tk$75.Telephone A one t ft llcple Or sleeping porch. 1i. rash, balance 170 L'O ,

!; 7745.cmLns 4537.C 23 l. Orni TEEI. WE CASG 80 ft. 10t. New stove and b.t::'I 10_ Roper R.at Church Ma terms.- Cavenaush. Reaigees, 4311

: iContjFrcmH Pre I Ave. Phone erator included $9250. Store I Ii RKCETON S07 W.Compa.8furnished
WAGON-play double of 12-m 2000 ft. of 10-m.. 2-343
pen.
3 ft v sod bus line /r C. R. EmerlclRealtor. I i 2 porches. 2 bedrorill, frame bgn1510w -
'u. bed reasonable. HAIR CLIPPERS-Professional hand i 01 8-in. New well casing EST ro.
', SerrlceserVirir'S1 Offered See Gd condlton. type $2.75. for Immediate Libby S. 110 N. Orange: Pb. 3t8. !I storage room ; doe. to alieeiag esoome,
Ir. Gare Prc.U'. I h.i cUppea B.mb" d.Unr. ,
W. I : best construction.262_ $ E. Jefferson.EA.sr8mEreearorsnge school. and buS Yire Ovi.pled
JZWLRY REPAIR H.rd..rc. Curh I II FEma'l Churh Ave. Srooms and will be glad to thew p tproperty.
WAT A"D de CTUME .WEY-Fa cca
j Pickup aDd delivery Eartn O HOME FZER Keivinator. CITY rooms and bath. 1yer first 2 Price $1l,3ISJS ,4trims.
ance and bath
Another $ high u Berm.n' Hardware. t LS I fr. Exclusive will Prs.
"" nlue B.mb7 and clean. Owner
.na. ...4bl a".I.ble and te bath
af I COMPLETE-With .dnr. old roms f 50'? Metcalf Bldg.. 15. 3-lflS
i Phtrm&cy. W 2' W. Church.DOORSSizes 102 W. nO.I' 5AWMI asy
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"tEl LD Offc. yl.tr up.rcnt. dust collector. power called Dor. will wU a' a lo only double lot: dos lu location. attne broker.PRINCETOff.

,, S Orsn&. 2-3186. 2'ON z 6'8N and 2'4N z HOT WATEII 6. 10. unlt.eli .I 8,20.pl.ne.. Call 6106. Mr. I$3950. S 1.t with LouiS I I tlvely priced; F. A. Alsn Realtor.

1 panel 3'0" z .Z'0'e 1% 5 Hn. SIsal 21464.COLONIALTOWN 31 W. SCHOOl. .
; "HY PA1" A deem $ob 1'8" 30 and 40 laOG capa1Y. Orlande Wou Rator. I W."hl.tn 11. IaC'fln.Lovely
ca ; .nd a few odd ape- S home
room
don Appliance : au tes me.-
Sr b.sty.your hOU wl retr. St let uSSsnlte.ryz. da Prices. 541113 and Nebralka. I A".. Phone .. I.. N o. SCREEN .WIE BRONZE-U.-Hc I oRE A VB SECON2. bdrom. steely lsncaped lot.. 11.45 oues
I I Electrical supplies; I
Per ft You will front. aide. ard tear Prust bese
your kitchen th. and from WSOLEIJM Installed 0" W. want and storm.
cable l's block from
L"L totes.
DESKNe. Pre Pied
Kbol
vtc 22
.uc1" thia 3 bedroom frsme citrus slao. Large bedi'ea. Seer
1 MaMa flu 195. and sink tops. Call Avdoyan, .
:, tart. .tr. euaw. 13.50 !orda BulDc" 2501 Pbon. Central Hdwj. 2231.SPACE i low with hardwood floocs. tIle bun"-I I.t & for quck ul.. due t 01.r school. and on bus rout.. arang. :-
52220
Sth ca Int EQulmcD Co 39 Ora. Ay. Edle..te D. 2-121. burning. AU attached garage. Prc out If LouIs 1I liberal i.r.s Phote 96
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heavy .. 1t4. 1NTERi8T8TEM..1nstafled and I HTE delivery. Or.lanuo ai, terms. Phone Cay5cr handle, balance like rnt. S wIndow at 25 w Wsebiaglu.. caMMoriarty
UR& PA ab tc DOORS. ..&h. cabDt store 11"turcL guaranteed. Call I for a free demontraUon Lines .Ime.t Co N. Ora.AY. 9516. Jam.rs. Baster Canr. I flohlve. Broke 2' Wastl! with Joe a Mien. Reeker.
I 1.f aU Orlando Florida 5412.
Coil 1841.LI.&ic.S.LLAKZ. .f wo.ork. Bue. EQui 8551. "FIne Romes"SOU'flIEATExqulsitely
Phone
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Or1 Woodcraft W. Aye GRAND AVE. SCHOOL. SECTION -
Idum. 15 mcnt c 39 J. oa.
LAKS-AnjbodY Wasbl.tn 545t Phoa.1 SEWING MACHINES Factory rebuilt. ,1\r\ ( attractIve two I Completely furnished 2-bedroom
fix coal KITCBTN-WARE--Alumlnum. like new; portable with a pretty I with aU kitchen fg.icb
bUlalo.
I cal Ucm But.nnbd7 outfit good I .1.r.nt.ed bdrom cement block bun..I..
DRUMS Compl.t I Clearing entire stock and Al Wiggins; 247.PTEAM Larger barge 2-bedroom bungalow ee a15e'
- fd .them. thm Ph 1718 condition. 214.DEWALr I at. other small conslc. 10"Dt usual, Iront roms paste'wails conveniencet. Price 138 13 landscaped lot Price $13.iut,

JGHiYDmNHOM& npa SAWS-AlSO Parks forL t t."h. 135 per mont. Indb. terms. Os'o H. Klttredse S. Re.,
clearance prices. Orlando APPI.D.I and landscaped yard .
do.a PWE Logan N. An. Ph Ma is worried because I Ioverhead Things I I worry Price Furplalsints also Broker. Oil N. Mi. 2-18. Realtors. 23176.SOVTRWT .
If desired. Phons plan.rs 111 d Co. 210 Orange CLEANER-Kerrick. Has Inst abutnever 10.5.0 liEIGlrrS_BeautIful mew
31 1Dtb t p work metl J.lea D. Pe. .. perfect been thoroughly fbi- The anl.ble. C.1 Mis Fk with I hOLE .. poUeS'lilfl. ,
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.IUate. A cal Mount I KMSt T. isul.tn re ndtoDcd. her she's. feelirs' .ooar-I blok SECTIO1S.-Oe 2
te.4.VZ1ET1AN. Dra 3153DAY your her Chevrolet Co. 15 say I n-More. 2-836. Pne.COLN 2 bedrooms. 2 nIce lots. 11.J. Ho.-I ta.
BLINDS Our factory BED with inch chair. Summer and Winter. Mills a Nebras-I Ave.STOVEMagic. I things that happen ore GARDENS .rd. 306 N. M.i 1050135' 19 this 2 bedreem b
m.trs well. Now have to 2 Brcr mitts sleepisis porch. electric sines
2007 Hardwood
employrs too iepate wirIer set cur.I.L Fo she'l : I I tied.brt bedrom. MYEII S'"CompletelY furnished.5room .
taU things even thoughtabout. refrigerator.
.r repaint to look hIs Spit St. turn rtlhi Sumby. KITCHENWARE-PEru.surecrosuters. never lon. "' attached garage. attic, 2 large I and 96500. cushy 5.
.I frame. Larce
.new. blnd\.ncu.1 Blind Mlg.Ca. 000RS-2 panel (. All Siz4.5; Just I cookie sheets. tea Chef for PJrofax. get a worse pain ev So maybe worey I .I.trc kitchen.Immediate Redecorated possession inside attn Screened porches. Sun parlor. Oak i nested, "Speak RealtP is Co ReMsel.. RealIses.WM.taeySpIegel _

_. 13 K.hl An : l. arrived; limited Mills kNebraska. double r..t.. Wilson k.tt.s'l double o".n. broUer. ho. Ncon o.i. floort. Nu. loa i iil0n Metcalf Bldg 23211.SOVTREAST .
luPPI. her ; tuh. balance 1M per crcll.Unl b.t ;
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to reputation ,
PEW for your rut. Cleaned Hardasre. .16 S. Orange BloSm sills 3'1 6'; trIple sink; .he; regain helps by mCkin" you care- .4. with Herman month. Khl. .. $13500.'
U Trail. items for cafe or drIve- .nI. O.ln. '
with steam Ib.mp. Floormolter DINING ROOM SET-Large table Schairs mlcl.n.ou. hul. Brok.r. N. Ho..d. Brk.r. 36 H. M.l 7335.REThCKY *gc1'lOwPTaiis. 4
invalid. 177 Oran.. 915
Rug King and 175. Telephoner'745. KNOTTY mahoan7.nd L.bur.. Highway 441. on : : AVE.-2-bedroont house rooms and barge screened pot*
C..DUI. ; bulet PINEBlc.chfd. V I across from Courui CITY Ll\Iut out Built Zyearo. I 1-car garage. Nice shade
AOL Phone &6I .h.trk. V.netan I .. Nicely with concrete block ...trct.
; I JOIDi. The perfect wall paneling .t I Lot trees. Very reasonably priced flsp-
DESK-Table. swivel chair. 3 side right plac. Mills k Nebraska.kiixs 47. for Rent lurnlhf: Central beat. Owner I.- casement .Ido. 515. Pe. Broker. 531 N Orange, 5113.8OvJTI6EAST .
to Eat the and Soils I
30. Good 31. Fertilizers Roms $s.000.
I PCN ch.lr all for 12: Telephone i i SHEET ROK-Pon. 6395. __ InJ. .cc.ptn. best offer. $8000. HIn! :N'N. w fe..
'- STOOLS-AU mct.a. assorted I E. : 7632 Broker. : Attractive l
I 2-65' with chrome and good rich top For f.Um.lur. BEDROOM 1f private home. 15 Rob.n.n t underpassWinter .
colors. Some FILL SMAL M.ltand 3 bedrooms. sleeptag
PLANNING a por. geese
bIQ".t heavy lum- SREEN DOOR HARDWARELatchCs. !
DOOR-New shower. Private :
bath
dial and
I W 2'1"168" I Knox Stores Co.1 and quick dclycn.i ints. I SECTION Completely fur- workshop. gas fleer fuca.c.. Fumed
r.ceptlon. complete trm. syc.1 tpl. checks. a .
bld'7 swinging hID.U. KLY
location.
cl. dor. beach sood $8 per week.I
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.e .It 2-3163. eo 2-4053.
: nU 2-bedroom home. PoSse street. An eaeeptioal buy at 5S.furnished. .
Ln.wG Hot.1 LD.- had.a. Call .t Avlon I selection 01 grills. I References please. 9t4. CASSELSERRY- I
I wood. 13 for pme complete.44 Including 1.AMP SHADES-Parchment and ailk.AU 25 E. Pme. Phone 2-3163. FILL DIRT and rich top soiL For us- I h kItchen equipment. Modern i. every Exclusive wIth C. P. .
A8Lr.AL .'lb. DARK RM. I sizes and.tylu. Johnson delivery. LOVELY Working New block buralow 1 respect. .7.0. tL Mr. Mowivy way. Realtopi 141 5. Orsese; l
0 Speed camera and attachiaeatS Eee. SOFA-Large. G. E. electric Ironer. ira lam loadS and quick RoM-lcal. I concrete on one .
sm$. L trio C..23 E. Church.LUMBERBuilding I hllb shaded 3bdroms. with King H.l Etat. 3 E Church. 23252.5pRSto
.cre property.
Fi. = tail 24640 If Interested.DRFK1NG I Newly overhauled. "b.n'd.l.r. call 5561.PULTRY .ll prlYlcll. n.son h.l "Open ."
ss : h.rd.a. r"lta Phone 2 i iI living 841
60 a. .0 p. FOUNTAIN Keivinatoe. material. T.I.ph.n.21062.SEDERTn.. I room. ttch.DC.QUIPPdJ Lasca TERRACS 2stoa'y.4bedroosu. .
Cosrse or
b low pnc.s. prompt dilivery. MANURE I I II casement .sb.
New
IRcY. sreDedprch 2-bach home 518.555.l'ernss. .
automatic B.mb" twelve TWM i-bd.
thum.t'l. t. By ton or sack. Phone 592' FRONT-First offered.
LAKE tIme A
5754 Pine Lumber I for sale to a .
I .ho Ask S-I 153 HareM V.Coesdict. .
tT 102 W. Church. Ph Cat "P. Knox .. Parm. Pccd toy
**. H.r..re. Hdw.LOUYRESOalvanised. for 'a.Ua Poulry I homo .t only 88.30000 ramblIng buistalow which ksveslltti.
hIP t p. formation e.U
(o. iLCJWA HEATERS 30 i' Southeast Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. I 69.I .with 10'10"11 down See Hll.rd Camel- i t be desired 1 3 bdrm 2 Realtor. 37 I. Cestrel, 1138.SUBORNANNew .

i HON SaIL orange B iosao'n snJ ; also ass 30a1oD I: Steel Sales Co. 1.95.. Amelia; : STE WIDWSomucla'Ddreld.nU.1 38. ? ? Flower _and Seeds_ : 471. Rental AencicsLaNDLORDSWe berry-Winter Pack 221.COLNITOWNNea : bath a large "lo rm YDZI msdern b5mk5510w

_ grid. filtered water b..tu. Bumb H.rd..r.. phone 10 S.tbe.n 5te1 I I I prth. m.ld' qu.rtrs mo 00 paved rood en plot IIIby
Pr. ". b.i Clash J", .. 102 W .Church.zl.EC.rRlc I II 2I42.LDDFRt.p. Sales Co.. 100 W. Aeaa. do.ntl. CITRUS varIetIes.Orspeffuit. I i will supply I 01 I. with ba.ti over m ft. deep Oversised ma-
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hn.y I sad straight. yxtenlon. : Cr.VUuiHH. $1esch. fully landscaped grounds rate wills utility room aad lesadry.
Paula
IRONS-Automatlo
EU eon. I 2lU2SHARPE ; 01 I Park Lake.
Fra Ph desirable tenants free charge
1.bld leo!; Unleeml.I Proctor. Samson.Pumby I Lumb Co. North Or.n.eand I W. J. 2802 Fern- I aDd Just phone 2 i requirements.: Priced below : The rooms are extra larse 116* a
I us your
Fa. L G STONES Genuine I b.ths
obll.Uon. rom. H
I duction. Terms if desired. C large screened-la living perch. VhS
a lb. Hardware. 102 W. R.lr.d.I creek.FUNERAL. .. Real Estate solar water hester. .. :
: CUTth.I double 11
Claln, I ACI 01 yene cock, with Tire.
TRFlnt FaW PolU Far phons EGG qEPlatk. .u b.let.. 1 LAP RAKES-Closing at SOc. O.I.Dd.out.Furniture.nt.r..tt "C.rbr.ndum". .Knox. Stor.Co.. 2ft E Pine. I DESIGNS a .ptl.lt, Cut. cy. 29 Co.r St Phone 24481.WE I II t.n bUds. Cmplct.1 furnithed. asrage. m-- I tor .r. Robr I. 6174. residence the once.could which not S be$7555.coeMii.edat C. P.I .

I' a.red r.l I Co.. aDd W. Church.LUMBERDry Phone flowers. ro rcsteaa I HAVE RENTALS $3 service e.ctrlo kltthen 2-ar. I Shujaway, Reslior. 140 5. Ogage
11 ocrupsnry.
W. Church.23CYCWPEDIAS Peggy Jo's G.rdcns. 2319 N. Orange. charge. Garoner Real Estate. 29 Lr. ot, 23252SOITTBEAST
Rent .ar. Iramln; sheathing; Price to : Cash LAKE SECTION-Furnished 3-
3 ArtIcles for OL
Phone South ai t.rm.
i I Court Stnet.I 11.5.
Colliers. 10 In. and aD. reinforcing
2127.MISSIONARY .
% e home. 2 Ample STID5
I riding; flooring: Smith STE1 For von b.t. Weikgdistance.
_. sad volumes. Plum 10 volumes of ehi Co. N. fmlsh : windows. Roll roofing STRAWBERRY plat c.1. Gc.rla rinseS 'P.C. C onven schools new 2 bedroom loa
d\.I dream atones front 4.r & I LUD.br R.lro.d.UI and cemcnt. CI rmont Buil. Su 11 per hundred. 48-1. Beach Rentals I R..ltor. and shopping. Ann Goodwia bungalow. Immediate pesseeules. .
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.. :ri2v/57rnu'ejj Fe .IUaU.Pbon. erhenI. Bargain. Ph. I, ) BOXESRlral Lumbr U.2 Co.up.NorthOrange CIty. PI. In Cltrmont. Fa Ph 34. Fred.Ward.r.d 133 Phelps A"e. Ph 15R. I SPECIAL RATES .t MaUus' Guest COLONIALTOWN-3-room Nearly new. fIpors.coU..e. wIth Herman .. I. 61 N.Or.nll $7250. ti cash.. Lola Royal, Reshet

ELECTRIC MOTORS-Plenty of Park.SEEDSFrsh H.rd.o mo- : 2-0672.
1woR SANDERS Raw A.ntl macbInsand and Wlnt Home. 8pt. Ot H.,. 15 block .m ktchcn 155. A 985.
H.P. duty washing
h..w ".rn'sN flow- LAKE DOT SECTION 2-bedroom
Sherltoo Plaza W.
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; C. a.new Burke.ae.r.8.R..abl.Bumb '851.woa .p.m mot. "rKln.y actt. MOTH SAILBAT-o.h.p. with y..ct.ble.tok jOe per o'D.i 'Alson Relor. Wasto,r bungalow. Owner ways 5.11 this : SOUTH CITY LIMITS CQSCreI
sail. HfS.
I II 1IZD also W.rle 131 W. K.ly. Pia.MAILBOXESMetal. 5e F.d FoJd PnKltl. Sn' pc"ale. Knox 25 L i 49. BusIness RentalsGARAGECorrugated COLLEGE 61. Lovely week. Pee down io $7950. CaR block 2 bedroom bougaise. Relk
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i. IE ELECTRIC IRONER-Thor Automatic Phone 23163.STRAWBERRY PARK-"e 18. Harry Bro".r. opposite VogueTheatre. baa shower. no tub Moderately furnished. -
cabinet sander sod fl p1her.Wrk.f' Glsdiron. brand Regular price 35. sad "P.'I Plan your kitchen around the newAmerican Pin. I 1 room home built 'n Best : 8253. Cstg water aM etectricty.
)fdw. 2524 n.. pl. n t.. certified.Missionarya metal. ist asbestos shingle CoIDlalto.n
rue
KI 2-81. S91 50. specIal : .n Visible glass m.1 boxes $1.95. Knox sink. New design. BI"emor.s. S4 I Also 31'5'. frme. LAKE block 2bfdrom Owner leaving. wIll seP let 52.555.
1950 .rm and adjoining 10' See
FWOR 5jrflaR-Eder and pl p.rdu.R.dlo. : Stores Co 25 Pn.. Phone 23163.ETAL beauty. .. '. "". ".. construction. 5 I O1cr 3 bdrom and IUD rom. .U IVAHOE nor wIlls cash paymeut .1 5650. ScRoll.
l.i. thoussnd. Ready 1st. T. w. O.kl.nd. .D
per tile bath excellent lees- .
Drsxersglide Llnd.ln. _
Cr. All new. Arnold pat Sto.I and new "on"enlcnccs. Ot .ho..r. I MessIer. Realtors. 1$ W. Wsehisa
lovely shaded lot. Anal at
otbe Ramvey
'I TABL30"x' slides. H.rrln. I THIRD FLOOThFFICE ,SPACE-2 hon Only $ dow. Completely bU 1815.
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.0 Oranie. 2-378. Sears Pridsena. 01 platc l1cnt eUor' Kinc.ld with 51SOV'iliZASTPmrnised
.tor ft.re. I U dOOrS. SHRUBBERY Large selection to 7 rooms Ellis Building. Pine furnished Including kiln- Thcla I.
IIOSPITAI. BEllS Wheel Orange Blossom .t 20th. lel Duble .nd t lt al lctr1 672 .
ELECTRIC I II B. Or.I
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cl. RGEFr Se4at Tr.l 01 1pIU. beautify your home. : V. W. Estee. 24 8. OraDu. CD Buy from <. save. Look I R.ltr. C.rl.D Bid.
oxysea therapy equipment delivery. Vi4s for oil .tOYL Stock includes I .. ?2SteSDr" and for 11 E. Mul.bt i. overs nd move 'n I 2-551 be gStag. -
.. 12 Carolina corDrl N.r.crlc. PrIDc.tonSlG Um.dl.UI.
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one and two-burner 1508 N. Westmoreland. Ia rear 511 a e.t.srse
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Ct. Ph 2-18. night 91.TPJWRiA Electric cooking at its ** i idc.n. 102 W. Ip. Qultk OUT PRICES-On all nur- 50. Wanted to Rent I 2 : tot. near bus. $1115, 6.
LAKE lovely
FsL H.rd..rf. 61 RobInson new
3. WIlcox inc .
Ch.rrh
CITY L ) New 2 bedroom I."HOE'
thrifty use. You W.le < E Many rare varIeties I I-Ne.r .
Hall. 5.1174.sUibaRs.rir.t
also .r7 .tok. Mr. Klttiuger Rselty.
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living
.. .dd sad 2 burner lined ovens ; Founded 1936. shrubs. shade APARTMENT- efficiency. home. Venetianblinds. lr.
mpal.s m cool comfort with an OVESl I tr. Pshed "once. blok
pl.nt. I
.k mODt dc Dr oil ItOV" Complete trees. Dirertions-Oviede hl.h- close In. neat gentleman. -, bus new room; large kitchen drain : thee offered. 3-
Inc r.n.e. Flsmeless heat Rl.d. seTle ;
Jo Ofrmi Esha.e. SDt- eltn with lInux 25 frlt Que.2 iota of large closetS. attached garage bedroom frame Hardsael 1955,5.etc. .
Co. Price -
cooks the food not the rlulato. Str. way t26 to A"e. Lake Barr Wllb.r
i scoll. at75. i
eok I Lkemont I lot 75' frontage nice view of I.ke.Owncr .
:: C. Aa.nu 20 88. I Phon.23163.OIL STUDIO COUCH-GOOd condition.Kltrlicn N.ner 12 L"emoDI Winter APARTMENT ; house for young Bro"lr. Church: 6675. ; On extra hish greesd; pleuty it
transferred of city.
out
TO RI"APal' .praers; II Walter 3. Wlkox. !nc 61 CIRCULATING REATERS-.Csr- Kook gasoline r.nse. P.rk. msrrled coupl. both .mPIOJ.d. says slant oaks (or shade. everyv artety 51fruIt.
: E Rbi C .ILEcO-NnFer sell now This is your opportunityPrice 2 acres of aroiuMi with 376.ft. .
power "
sonFounded load 01 Monogrxm oil clrrulstinghesteex P. O. m Permanent .
.w bDh.a. apartment home. Call Tommy -
ple.5.
concrete 193& .u. OPJlt. $12,500. terms. Zelma Henson .
State highway.
o. east .rlyr Get oun while Lockhart.TRACTORl020. 39. LIvestock and I Huh-c. 4161. Pike $4200; $2600 rash. 140 5 on new cross
I
Realtor.
Tool bal.nt.
misc. V Supple with Startle Some furnishings Included. oneS 55pft
10 last. 102 WiW.ms
Rnta they W.
aD. .. 3.TTPzwR1TZft Bum H.rd.are A. OR HOUSE-F'urxlshvd. R" per month. Julia Llndberg. Broker. 21 W. Washington reirieraor with built-S water,
.. Church.PONSELI. McCormick 5i 810&i
uulns. SERVICE-We N. Mills: 2818.CLNIATWSECON .
ELECTRIC good .11 refned couple. Profn- I 11
TVE1 con4-1 I Good CAT Bt p1III. cooler. .rc. House is plsat.e.d aj
R"TA- 8pla tlon. Box FLOOR Jbl.Compl.t. mrh.Di..1 r"ndIUon ask References. Permane.it.No :
eo. New
10. MACINE-0 11 -or 3213 modern In every respect New the
i month1 CI.rer1 with .. HoU Hill Pratt Pouct between 8 a m. and p 1 I i
with ano "o.. trn. P15. I children or pet. 875 range. Daily atisclsedearate. LAKE CONWAY SECTION-Well Ia.rated. total price is less than $5055. belioveIt

:. C phone 8156.Silan 1 S ELECTRIC OAS AND OIL full bins and polishing brubc. Call D.nnpr WANT TO BUT-Livestock. Beef. ph. 2-0158. Write Box So. 76 S'I : Venetian blnds hoi water I about 1 block from Lake or Dot! And If you have $1355 er

..t m.U. water h.._ Prica Installed. 4790. Mod C.s. Just oy.rh..lcc hOI. Best price p.ld Call I tsF.T h..t.r. Best Price Conway and beach. OD $1500 in cash. we can awing the deal

; r*, THa WOR YOUE. Rent. C. Balliet. Display Room, PAINT-$5.50 gal. outside paint for TRAcORD L. .. Good tire,; 2.4838. I T APT.: WANTED for policeman and .95 .terms. See An Rid,. with I Street. close Plblc stores. pa"e. 1 with the balance payable 51 a

our..ue. I 'n East.Washington.ELECTRIC 14.5. k.L rof costing for .'t CaS Da H.ro. Holly Hill GOOD $60. 406 A'' wife. No chIldren, no pets. Both I Ii Rbt. L. Prude. Realtor. 668 N. Or- churches and express ii:is thisbungalow. I month If you like to It,. out a little

., ct 7 lt. 6mJ Lub Co $9 Arold 40 S. Orange.PIANOHenry Pouct Ine. D..pr FIn. Corne MUL.. Ave. M.itaDd.Maitand turn working. $40 limit. Fleece call 4161, .",: 24196. I R.crnt1 Rdecor.tf and i bit and want to save ms.ey sa tease

J. 0. Rat .d irons. S. Miller. 8" grand; north at MIU.nd i Ext. 15.APT. COLOE PARK-New contrete block In good and oriiiaal purchase pijee. 11 fuel
TuATR roast ; TOILETS A V $34 50 less upt. ; I
AIABL 2 baths. screened porches. There this Is an escelleat buy. Ow.sr 118
hoi mahogany C.M. bench type 3-bedroom hom not
31 Arlrl" fur Sale ".er. 10 W..Ch.nh.EOIE.Ue. comb1ton 1785. terms. .CaD be t seat. Unit roughIn.Vltrous 40. ret &oci and Supphes_ I OR BOUSEI' mare. PerI I unite finished. ,.t but will be In are about 2 acres with 82 fine bearIng I give occupancy wIthin a web, Re-
.
mat. S.E china bowl and t.nk. Sur.
; WInter m.nent S.ntncl-t.r .mploee few d.n. or terms maybe citrus trees for elusive with Wililasi Mathews alikJ.
distillate and appltcnt P Pak.134W. Roebuck Co. 9813. 16 lmit. Ca 46. Elt 1.i 113.80 snlable .lpr.. .
at Acre psy you see Daniel Robar. 2.4355 et 7511SOUTHEASTLoSe
BOA YOt D Ccet t. shlpm.nt 12.0. ier.
PTTQVZ AND ROD.N pieces at enmcs agricultural and i home APT.-Empioyed Coupleno pets. this at Iris S. Main.
onr. or see PalSnec -
bath and kitchen ID rustproof view Sew 56trsctle
TILE KeneL R.ator. -
your 11. Cal Nlcoll
; section tOehi ai 'Dd.Vl.1 Florida Pipe PEUR COOKERS 5Mirro- Ln..o. i About $40 per Call 4161 with
-nr Supply llt.lalon.. Church. 118.ENAMEl. ''nl"crs.a' pressureCooker i ; Permatite; awsyfrom Ppplc. extension 21. monU I McOr1k. Br"cr. 2161.I S-rims frame bsaeslsw.
; 5484 .
,. $13 50 and $12.95. Bumb Central FlorIda r22j.t H. I : 2121 Ed".a.r All large reams with 3 bedmeege.
: WARE-Several hundredpieces Dial 6546.TRIICIC I DT i A.or House; 2 LAKE bath with drawer Best itMruction.
IN
ptlal iat of m. 102 W. Church.PIANOSmall an I bdroms;furDlhI CL B..tlu 2-ron EL SEOPrted3bdrom
r.t a enamel cooking utensils H.rd..r. I NIP. P. O. fd. 170 hmlt.Ncwcombr f.ml," ,, Near geheol P1111 787.5cm
: : V"7 In. from 25 to 33 off. Knox upright Jessie French TLRZS-750-20. 916'50 P1111 new b.nl.lo' I b.tb'
Stores
CD & b a 1-3" ; ; 5tatJn: I from ccn.r of Large shade ". schools wIlls term srrxne.d. WSystem.
_.m .1t Co.. 2: E. In. Phone 2-3163. .JcU.nt condition. telephone 2- condition.16. All Acme Arm Co. lo DOG remedies FOOD.and i 1 Call 2-3278. t.I. Only 57250.to.n.t.rs White and .hoPplnc. 10.5. Ann G-I 62$ E PIne: 4041SIIBURBANClee.

6 Ktr7 den. 0545. Dial Tr.. 121 I Store. Dial I EFCENCY APARTMENT lot I Bres. R"altr 84 N. bIllie: 2-168. win with Hlrm.n 0.1. Ic. 61 1
& l.plo dete .ult. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR for Church N. 9855. i .
pecima Imdl.t PUMSAU tim; irriastion. Indus- loaton. UMI'rS-Frsme 4 rooms and Orange: is. A ask, bat.
: sad a"tp. delivery. Now you cl ulal dom.sto Fonda Pipe S. t SPAR VARNISH-$3.50 per I TROPICAL FISH-Largest selectIon I rent.For settled CIT. Front and rear Two LANCASTER PARK-i block east. 2 large bedroom bwigalew it mesoory -
locr.t.1 !
.c e.
pnhu.
aU in Orlando Aquariums supplies. -
zS.hoSaaJ desk. .. 1". a.t le'ue. you need 1' "A. C. "h 118.PIPEPortable Hardware. 102 WUt ares. HAVE YOU a lots 13.0. Mr. Mo.r.y King Bungalow: S rooms. 2 bedrooms. yoagtrucllau Built be 1535.
t arias handsome compact uu40 .offresh lock Joint slip Church Str..t.VENE Harry Custer .138 Ridgewood. I IDJcd D Real 30 E. .t$435. p.mt.d. G.r..c. large lot, nice Plot 1604270 wIth Iota 51 195. eStee.3ear .
.at fl" Dr.. off Lawrence A" Winter P.rk.TPICAL Esta. N..1 .
food
r Empire c'P.et, f. R Joint for grove and ra I BLAuinu stock couple being permanently transferred i "OPn ." I Imet puasession. Hsseschool. sarase. Furnished
.
t =.a. Sectional sofa. for 200 FISH Tci- brings $535 yearly All et setstehed. -
to Orlando I
l. Florida S. Co. Graml. In ?
freezer locker .p.ce. I C1 ft .. ton.. Church. Pip Sulp17 60 per sq. trlih cdt.37c at Soc. 2..1'Qu.nul I Will awn lease. c.rl Nonmbr- CLEN--b.drom. .10m... imm.- bi ltr.1750. 115 Price. 811.511. 115.811 .
a 1- ohnn Co
X e It Sctn. I : 21 ..l.
618. .zuT.nt rfcrnrn. BnU.
lee '
m.l. c.paCt, rfmca- Si.fg. U 60; -al.. Address W. RobI. S. Bury with ReSect B. 'TWo.Realtor. .
tot POWER UNiTS Continental en- VenU.D BUd 139 Ku $.5. Bt 12& 646ig 2-642. J. A. L Ohio, R.1 Eat SECTION-Above aver- .
i w. aims bY a t 1 of brig-a- .tar moe a. mo- 1 An.; 8059.V Nebraska.4L1'oultry Lncol..y I..t Minhawaka. In- I NORTEAT for Practlcslll 13 W. WaIs tos. 5284.TEMPTA11OSIT
for agricultural and industrial average
bias. 1J silver. anq'd era aDd r. m.re uau cine ___ lO S co.n. pre.
w etc.LiA Walter 3. L tt.1 t'OI. Florida Pipe and .frame I rom wt
__ t .., r. Sn wUOI. 1 R' Supply C. W. Church &nei. ACC.Ith CNE Bub7"Uann.I"Had- Supple I I ROM Single rom iD midtown. large attic Ian 95111 it, lt
193& .tam.Dt.
bath .
i WN b. these, Dial 618.I I ware. 102 We' BABY CHICKS New H.mphr. For retired ICDtem.a CLGE PARK- 0.two paved 13 bearing dt
.a .te I Bx 95 This Is lovely home
a tU f lbs FOOD AND I PT. I.Dee. cpre. n. 2 t I VENETIAN BLINDS-Thebest- cost blood tested. Wayne Amo Sta. re trees. a
tzAMm.a Made by MAT COPPER 'bust, .15 hundnd 4 to I at Adams. 915 W. Church.Orlando. Feed Store. West STAR wife desire 1. (Near Storm). Masonry 3-bedroom 812.000 oniurnished or 11. fur-
c.n acrc Um 31h more 30 Once step beside thme 95 lie
BUbH.rd..r. I you
102 West I Can Winter .0 Phone i apartment. bungalow with breakfast rsbed. G. P. Ba. Rat7 Co.
9556. 56 :L'fmh she
: C.rh t Inc but. 15 hUDdrd. P. Phone rom._ iuralag beck! ee pee ge
tonight and large screened and
: 2.-mb-f. 3 p.m.at porch garage.
oa a 1 at 198. LUI.t r. VACUUM BABY Feed Str 1..1 Iussi5esa 6.1.4 01 S8l55 heRe
tale ai FTAL EQUlT-mplt CEANE-Rnl. 114 CICKST..d. 4111. LAKEFRONT-Il 70u'd a charm-
1.f POWER Whirlwinds. I. model U. t..ed. 110.50. I zalew so ether fume 11k de
; : Bumb H.rd..r.fotb.1. .Ipm.n& MOWEBcale7 See fa for '. month. Mills .". W. Church."pro.2-2121 or 7336.BASYCHICKS. WANTED 1MMEDIATELy-&mali f.- log ranch type bunsalswOslth -. Three large $5 b.
,. Deming Awe- Ch.fh .t. prs. 8. Bb 1 2. tNesr SchooTi. Attractive feet lake. aU
Ar. at Pickard St.U IUI.5. I nt.h.d apartment. private b.th. .hlt 10 froDI. (!ue 15530 Uvtag reese. peaslel taM
c. W. Church; FLR FURNACES-Both and Columbia 8n Blyd. U. S. Puhlorum tested -. young working No cliii- frame b.n..lo.that b.lt i done 1 the man.r aDd 10 asses dialog rem ash kStcfu Wush-
f 2-2514 for of S1h PI. 184.PT stock stock. Immediate or future de.livery. ..11. '41. 3 2 screened .f town OD a I
dren .
pets.
U1M 0 Pon. .IU.t. I WATER SYSTEWSompl.t Box 90. brm. pfh.. c.te .wc. K.D fast bar, 2 perekea. 2 car gee.
: sun shells for ale fence, cypress: .' ft 2 t. F.r< HomeMscblnery Peede sod poultry .ppUe. & attch.d lau.. Large Jot. 12.00.W. 01 land atrctchl1 t.e PattI 1542 it best melelele, rblocatlee
I residences. duplex. hnndred to Orlando 8tor. Deal SMAL J or partly
S Also complete Un. and small cot bat 11 Co. 430 W. Rbl".ol An. X-.1 23:24.ON"BE UNNISE pretty l.ke.It ot.r nest bangsIowa an for $21055 aiiM hSme.Cafl .
.f
: urU1iHdwa.a ca. 102 W. talCa_ Or.locn Appliances, Io P.rt.Inch butt. huDre. Ca Winter WASHING MACHiNES SDdad rOtr I lurnlh.d. .p.rmcDt. Frst floor .listed have with other 3-bedroom hnme I for n.lbbr. u for a ap. Mr. PhillIps with ItesReStaten.

: _ Ittfr.e I and spinner t7. for Imedl.t .. ,! down payments .tar- plDUcn' a 6T. ., Passe 5151 for
FERTILIZER MIXER I PLyoDBeutUu crld and delivery. Chick Co. 04 mIle north AMY OFFICER-Desires 2 bedroom Ilnl ai 1,50. .blcb we are t.o UT rom''

.. .Ar-iQtr--Bz3c-a-brsc.tin. twltars. Jers c.. 11& WIth elnator. screen.CI I.r Moat ; N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537.WHIZZER Co Hwy. 17-92. os .Itand_ I ho.. furnished o. unfuenishrd. t show.Allen with firepla...kltchen .tb moer.
1 M Mr. Wolf.FRIGIDAIREed mie. sizes and shapes cedar moulding.Also Will accept lu.e. tile 1
; cruder Arcade. h.ppr. Cal 610. chrome. 10 S. Nebraska.1ist. MOTORS see Four low -i-RE": Barred Barred 1444 Ph 2-76 J1i Johnson. a..ltor.' 10 N.Orange. nunS casements, f.cL. garage WIKt PARK-Laces etuer aRk
I condi- coot transportatioo. Easy terms.email Red Rock Your plenty dtrua. Ia esa itPark's
; t3D30iO It Elcen.ni chlc. Ph. InHomes. with laundry tubl. this for only
i Carrier au UI:. to 115: seen .t 33 S .. : S for down payment. Whizzer Motor coi.IUI! per 10; ..orld. 1995 31. Houses for ." 8612 "Spcalll1 $lO.000 00. Call A. Monk' beat realdootlal meatee. Z-

l.b cooling 'Priced Su Or'De.Bloom Trail.FLUORESCEriflxTRgui5. weep % r.b b. i I Bales. 503 N. OranaeAve.Ph. 24187.WEAKEVER 10 pl.. 15.0 p"10. NecuSs. SaeALTAMONT3bedrom OHsrra-Moore 2-0536. 109 E. Pe..i_ I story. 4 bedrooms. 2 bathe 11555955.
i ofa n. Hebrauka.PIANO .. EdsChIcks.
5633. W. .Il ALUMNUM.Complttsline. cIIDI. lehorD. stucco on I Hardwood fibers. tile psat. S.e.c set-
4 P 1. i .
Strip New 'CirclinV' now inatock. Chirkering Grand. 2 aad 4 double I ..nrh..I.r. N. of Floridasmost age, electric sad sat
Leg poctssrs.
;
: I OARAGSOr utility 1.95. UI. O COLLEGE PARK- Modern 2-bed- LAKE-Ideal country home for cly I XTTSSr&W'S
.
AC 10 W. Joseph Magnolia Ayeflue I besutlful Large lot. Kitshea eeulome.t>
o Aluminum fm. St. Ch.nh.P Telephone, 31 i : : ; .et 45. Apartments lor Rent well Beautifully Deep rom b.nR.lo. 11. i fon. screened business or professional alSo. 9 ceesfortabis home
;
1 au dud 2209.BRu SSSsa.1X511 ,altZ $ I porch. Price down.Howard miles from center aU
A Od dr. Spa maskat Sammie Francisco 120 ol.ndo aa Well werth mu
i 4 pries t W ald N.br.lka S.rrlle. Telephone PAINT HU 4-Inch. pure sal.capacity. APARTMRNT-.4 rooms .nd b.th. i CestralArcade 7407. ; .: Jones with M. 3. Mo Brokcr. -I bard road. 15 frontage en. I one. $25,506.
:
: ALMIlCtU WIRENumbera. FRNITR3p sectIonal a. bristle.' n au UD. Bumiy Had..ae. Immediate delivery. Orlando ills Carlton Dl".. I 12 S. Main: phone.i 197. chanting 3 acres ground. Realtors. 115 5. Roatees; dial
S 102 West Church I AIRPORT 8ECTlON-t1ery speciaL I II landscaped. 2.bedroopn bones-
Pt.PAINTClosing N. Orans.Ave. being
Apphianre Co.
DELaNEY
radio.
t mesh. tc Bales 36 tc 41 phone. b.. moel Tol out aeversl colors of Phone 4$3'. 20 iRNlHEDAPARTMENT. In Orb per I Must sell 3-bedroom home; portly 3 6ECOlN.. masnn. low, new snd modern style. TIle bath. 2-3753.

b a 21443.AtaRrbaN.r Q.10 FRY Lacquer at reduced prIces. MOVIES the month. Ph. 4718. 15 I furnished; includes eletrl nfn.r.- wood fireplace 1' ,b.th. at- tile for.d kltcben. bre1"' .D WINTER PARK-Beautiful 5-bedreem
cast aluminum l.undr.
Ah tL PASHe.o fn.an. 'tr Paid $4000 fors .
hOt : tr. .. tan; 2 ear gsrages fin I house Large hiclag S
full t.thed
Stock Nice tcr.c. Attc
\ -col-raGa ].' special DUtch B.blt .d. all I rade. adt'nture. 712 Bright I right nctshbrho. -a
R.nla .l.mf HILLCREST SI.noD. Realtor. C. N. Weems besutlfwl kitcbss &
rooms
"Iment 1.98 .275 no. .
: .Iul. ,. n.1hbr. Pk$.5.
mphete kitthem with Strc. C.25 E PID" Phon BUlb7 102 W. ".1ud' C.m. N. double Also nice livingroom I I I Pine: PI. 110.0. Ii goalie water tease.ebectric .
i I nfrertr. Church.PVMPB.. 3ISIS.Wz oE.. 66:1. _ BI and han your own M.r. Wil.m Raltl.
sisk ;
J. and 2-316. C.1 with S.. AIRSABE 2 bedil. choice tn color etc. Call West Phn 108 refrisecater.J fleer asses
.
SCON
kc HU "t both gas FURNITURE. USE- 2'burnpr oil 1 I HAVE iT at the store next 10 .tU. .. klthcn-I I frame porch, carporte. Steel with shel'Chenault Jon- heater for hestla bsrdeesd
Apl I 428N. .tye strollers ; 1 the Post .lt..d. Plroi pl. Strictly prh.t. Bus Film Brok < floors throughout .a-i
10.9: 1 I: Oflee. terms. ADD N. Orange: 7234.DUPLEXPrinceton ?
Orange: ItO. mnl. 67 2Z
WELLS. WATER .
11.IS; lnDe.prl. STSTI tore, I.ck. .ntQU' br. co. th..I. AI.lt. I Goodwin with Inc. CONWAY-I-bedroom .- good features. such as ckcMetf -
REATERSS nisttressea $25. Complete. No down 677 G. I A"c. New COD- LK b.I ere built In bedreese cleest. Osed
S Wb Fltue. .am.nt .I.rlo .d par. and N. 0 range: 9855 furnished. Recently
naWl ; 30 W. Church.FIR N.mont t 6332.PIANOSS. p.,..Wlam l.! "U'fr I.m.. new and .M. UPURNRT" .. Sum- I ..I block.Nuns..with No Herman OPA ceIlings.GOod. I r.Ud large lot. 14 n. OD glade. and ebrube. 1$ truSt teens.aabau.

.. 12.6. arproximately 425 deep. rell Owner pit this Scice 11
e hoW, )or. m.r r.t.
It
SPEEtt Broker 6n N. Orange
.In ;
Bosch. Ic. quick gale. A C. GeNus. Broker.
F '0.0 1o h.awr. extra MW MODERN DUPLEX-Bedroom. ALTAMONTE 9855. I oak trees. besutiful
R large Ito; blonds bedroom SROSI' wall. dock. covered boathouse and 1121 N. OrlandO Ave (Car Mali.
suite.
ti kItchenette. private b.tb constant
S t Silent apring a. .. Aaioclatd before bu,. .. DELANEY SECTION-A iiiioc- terms. W. B. band underpass'. Winter Park.wtlaIR .
3 t 8l maUn. hot .t.r. N. 2 mos Nkhol
hesse.. f. r 2-piece eompl.t. 113 log pl.Do W. guarantee t gi Wise's Cheney b..trst m.Urca. bdrom I. brc.zy7. c.ra.eaU.cbf live masonry '. recent bat 114.0.. 5. ; .
t .lt. T.r. Hsh. I' 1 "al I PARE-Lovely 2 be
W. c. l.k. Immediate d.UyU If desired. Iichange. the trd. S. .all. you 185. rcnttcuction. 5 sP.C" rm.. 6
Pmtar. EFFICIENCY APARTMENT-Merly- large closets. 2 and sleeping pitch beesajee ear
.
porches "
00 229 present ? Solon r.
Boone DELIVERYComplete
Sbov bt a o \ lt 2-3715. from $ Pian._D. 10S delivers. IMMEDIATE mont Drive off Winter Garden R4U. 2 bedrooms. Highway front..._ Some modern kitchen. oak floor tHro..hlt. !ORTH-UraeU"e lrom bungalow. school and treaspertst.. 51,555.Terms. .

Ii PURNITURE-xcew and usedjij .dow house I.n. E. C. I lurutu.5 acres of Ero" recently r.dera O bus Csvsviaueh. Reeltsis. 4355.WTER .
Wynard Reber. Torus cash Associated Stores. Orange bathroom electric Of K.I, i 10.0. ( l..r garace on r..r of l.ndI..d .
; sad save 10 25 J. outt. line. $4500. V.
lblork. Colonialtewn. P1,005 t per cent A".. Phone $300.PUMPSAU usedrefrIgerators. Jot. Being offered with all K.ldwih
:.D purchase. Furniture ranges. gasrans. .. 411. for Rent At.mont Office. Homer H. P. PARX-Uauauellr solectloei -
or furnishings Bol.nd R.lt.
new for short C.rla
time
t ALLIS-CBALIaBS Pwe units Co.. 625 W. 8t..Phone 5820. used 1.1 tub. cabinet Ious M.nacr. Winter Swe only wIth at .. 672 2-551 of 2. 3 asS 4fudreemhomes.
I CornI C.nb sink. fiatrlm .Ink. .Inl.. new Hurkcl-'c.l. Pak.; L Robinson good terms. Weir all is brat reaidestlal esesigs,

I pIt anll.e from deU. FLOOR types of Deming aster end used .rlnb.rd .1"1 fix- ; dial 11 '.lt r Pine: 4641. I new mason- nesr lakes. Idwisa C. Dpts. MealIer.
lu PURNACES-Autoinatlo cu 23753AAI II NORTST- 348 Park Ave.. B.,
Winter Path. ph.
I I General systems for farm and hom. No tlnL
A P Tatn cOUNTRY 2'l. well
: 9809. bu. Pe. 1.Ue. C jy down p.meDt. 34 months to pay. E- EAT3 Hdroms I cODt.etd d.plcz; lo.t, 573 or 44lW.Witiic .
I.e' 2 .
.z 21. WeR. !aUlct Dlpl, Rm'1 East pert Home American Plumbing Supply and Al'pliance b.t. -ar. plot IrODt DEE SCHOOl,' aU fulhe: bedrooms
I AMMUNIflON-Shot sun aheUs; U. "nl. .rm' ..chi Boat dok A real SECTION-A lovely 3-bed- SECONA&I. good terisis PARK-XUsciegsy ae
Waln 234 W. Washington bath Pc 11..0
; 16. 2 aD 610 I".. 2 ciii. cartridasa. cry Co. W. Rblnn Co. 5t Uyl.. Unf.ml.d or partially rom frame home OD a barge Immediate occupsncy. Go o t only I for Paul with Pullman all elsetite
gwlm- lnd Steely landscaped lot 'itS bed
and Wllflams.Realton.
lot. Hardman with Mactie
t' le. a.n Her'aI I fure. b.tn. i a.p.d condition good -
: Loan Ofties. 2' Cburh. FR CVGn.a a mn.. .t. 120 per Y.ar'aI.a. modern I ha prl.c bath aDd Tbl 1875. t.ra. W.D ,0 H. ib 21 Weal lt $5500. Edwin. C. Dcl.. Reeker, 34$
'l. yOU Wa.tl
; trimming pr lot Prwd lJ"1 PUMPS. .lrlc deep ou shallowwall. I Qs Realtor, 14 N. en. automatic lur.. laundry tubs buy with U. b. Phone 810&NORTWES Park Ave., N. WIater Park, ph, $93or
.U)1 MOtLDOS. 18 .
a t Olando. T.d.
ae.a bret OJ and s.id 44lW.liCrER
i .4 20" of. E.,p.m.Du"ol1n. do.n MIn 2-lt4. 1.n7 desirable f..ture. Louis 143 N.
r. S.t.t
Oel R.ltor.
_a Sales and a. ltl per B.a 513.500 with only 136 ..h r 21464.IIUPLEXIntra )i SECTION PARK tt.lightfal 3.154-

i 3-1443. c. 10 Ae FLOOR many l DrUI"I-Pml Sppl7.Wlnt.r 335 H. P. BIR CMLTWltb. Q.lr.d aDd balance Ross K.7 bUD..lo.Lr.L 3 room home Tepie Dii.,,, Lske
PNAC 00 oil b.re. Broker. 375 N. Orange. Knowles Section.
Sully
; Autm.ts fursatahed.
ADd.rsn
Carpeted
j ARMY GOODS-Folding cots. sleep- b.rn. .lay VI.ta. 081. .0 50 h.p. engine. and 150 h.P. LVY MODEl COUNTRY HOM 4.1 nc. Uou.hout. ,
Orlsndophone
Pe. C Ol! .t.m .. electric kItchen. hardwood Me.eet 2
hammocks, .
I canvas condi9100. y.nWatn.
Roam 717 E.OAV steam engine A-I workIng t Large livIng bld. .
1 beds. rain mites. Washington change for small service to mo.m. Owner 1 screened perches. fruIt trees. 81.511.
taJ Street. I PAIB-R .G.Irdl.n 6108. Wolf. ow.r.no room nook. large 'L' loz15.
palnT C.I "1. BEVERLY bank mortgage Interesting terms. can
,
ats. Many new items nnt See Dick Lawson I KslMH. SHORE Oln Manor electric equipment 1,5- H. VPS:
S-sr-/as
a OUTBOARD MOTORS-For Imm.dlat. ldrm. month. Exclusive wIth went. Be* P. 93551 'ItS
up.
: Salvage Knx Stores Seton Ne. home in earls a' SU per
; aPartment. Wen
i. 48 p "or'1. AIUZE uj A t. r?. pTer,. 23113.PAlNfSunflex'. delivery: One 111 Evnrde Dn.t .rte.1Rl'ISH Hlet area. A new builder .t.Ue 611.500. good terms. l Fred Garrels. Broker. 18 E Central; Sand. Realtor. WS5r.* 072
C.fh.I Pa. tb.etc. Knl Stores Zephyr: one 1941 Llht thin City has 'donc t ct. Rou or 4328.ORTWET N. Orange; 24551 or Park
I f L LB RODELS-Complete stock 25 P. 2-Un. Q. Ild. wall paint.Washable four; two .. Evinrude HOME3 bedrooms. 1 this. hIs hlm.1 II.h' son. ar.lt.: 2-2532 P.851 540-S.
.
flnlah. 13 49. poudID hcr. ) teas-
aDd and .cdleu O. Box
55 with simplex Starter lel SEON-.r
GAB montb 1692no
Ro 118. be
aCIr pleasantly WINTER PARK
: ..rMiirch. timIng out .t 12.U. Knox Sterns Co. 'n call DUBSDREAD SECTION-A well buIlt Iamediately. -Prewar 3-ledree.se
Come or
lower unit.
Ja. 1t. 214 N. e.n. .Woel Lk. .. studio 258Pm.. Phone POnds I find hard-ta-get features such .s: home 3 bedrooml. Front screened home so corner hS be leSs
2-316 Winter Ph. with 2 bedrooms
RIIt. H.I. 6168. flood conditIon.S;, Meter C G.rden 6 for Kent I select oak for. .7ohnsManviUe Life .l.t"r and porch. Venetian bUndL C1rcula"- Knowles section. FruIt tree. 5gs.
sleeping
baBy I. HONoRPR-RAloZDlt lx !__Roms TIme windows and porch. Then is of I I.bop. dry and sewing
BtGY-T.nr. rof. .I.mlnum work Teem. lig bs.
C lag oIl hc.ter. Garage and
I I "ndIU 1 ; 8mloa cot coi 34. Articles Wanted_ i screens allis. There b' course a large living rom with fIreplace. $ll.500. terms. CeO let
2-5 a
FURNITURE. V8ED-.tsey baIr with ." 176-301 S. Hu.he Single or tie full size dInIng Nest Prinreton School 1 11. l55meat. -
and lane
room
tha p I m.t.. rh.lr al 153t CE lovely tile screened porch andover.ise Ben F. Fields .
leather20 with H. F. B.
% $29 50; coil U Phone and shoppn. PrIced for quick sale
I I off. CAE"nda Blle. Zqu1pmet otm.tell. maUr. $.P;. I' AXES-FurnIture of .n knd mew- )e.1 deard I las"e. Je larse lot Is Ilch.n T hous 1 In A-I. conditon at 18.500. Call Ray Lennon with JHG. laod. Bonito,, Cartisas Bldg.. 17$

3M 5454. a1 1n log ; anything haveto nicely landscaped. Jt and .t aDd NOrange; 24561 Sf W95t Park
,: Orl P.D. b I UP; baby bed*. $12 macles ,0" 227:9.CS room for n..1 A well shaded U with MyersResltor. 6638.NORTHWESTReom t
.P Chrya- m-rp lepln. and well ft. f..a.d.d.
; 55 gaLl good 6 f. Sn.l r"'rurat. used pw UtM Dcs.J. al Frtu.Co. Apply 30 Pie b fruIt trees. OD frame bungalow -
IARIWC con .. W. buslnc.maD or wom.n 1/5.0/I O. N.Oran" p.vd street i
: Treating Crop. lUI moIl : aDd I le. Al 1 Wlonsln. Pn. S D.1 N. Hu"h. J.dr.k 18 convenient to school and city buses with front and rear porches.large WINTER PAR1C-O. .1 the hsod
o. Grant A".. Phone 9853. cha.124.0; 4phb.drooia Srylt. .d part t 11 DIAMONDS, a I ISual. and Itor.l. Entoy city bedroomo.k 000. attractive some two story houses that afls
I Home W. CLOSE sleeping Its Great ta con".nl.n.
room. to Orlando.0BACKSPIN
\ acts of booths and Ild WO. finish. .o nll'l ..cbU .40 Highest :p 4 IN-Lr.. and.ntr.nr. Ive with no city or utilIty taxes. PrIce furn1ab1mr. Including all eleerkI the maximum of living comfeet with

'Ts tbl .e deep time dll .61 50. Msthey of RbisD ..Jeweler. 32 I Ic.l ..deora 115 week.Pr".t. bat of 56950 'nclud. large elertr hot trle In Jidl there is a i Its four bedrooms. we baths yes,
o dlbn Phone 2-645. and two
? conditIon. 6 Cv '3i. FRt"TR Good I f.rnl.r. DR. 2-Dbr.d. 2-bed-- water heater Maclow G. Fredrlck, garsee new and good. livIng psosi and ide ea
"an.r r. IG & A.,Q..tty. .. CLOSE IN-2 single brom.1 adjoining rom and rhld' 11 N. o.nu. Dial. 5188. Excellent for rental apartment cr I room on la.ool an acre pieS. with
.oa.OrDI. Ba Or PLYWOOD fir. avaIlable a.r.e. and fIne fruit .
8. GAS ENGINE-pooss 5. P. typo Wawrpro 101 : 2-0931. Tomtn bth ; 125 home .orbho" Price 12.600 Un- I trei. spriakine' syesewRandmehe -
O.Dn. 10
.
In. ft. and Telephone down. Owner.
T 6 Western -. II4 Ice 236.CE furnished 110.500. Call
sirzaizsGuaranteed.. 1$. Batterie. .ral c711.r Ir 311.. Pine Castle Rest and FIa ltna bn. .
Th-206 Hillcrest Realtor 2-08.36 109 lehe.eluded.
77P51id. W. buy old batUrt one le.Uo.. Ia 61. t.n Co; phone 2246. .Cont Hw. maccL meals. AnDue. W EAST SIDE-FaIrly c1 In fa extra ; PrIce 821.565 00 wIth
Ala 10 .. prices. BeachThurmond with TERRACE-2-bedroom tires.
Buckle Tics and Eatery KVA& o BRBA air cares Nearly home : O'Hara-Moore'l
t. Sb.P 220 volts. whre 65-Sb. caps- private available. lr I ORWIN MANOR-WcU Call Dana Rumpfer with O'Barya..
t and 8. Orange Blossom. pb. $ 60 cycle REPGETRIc. Furniture C. ':W. Pine bat hou. ,I.nnshed. ieuc- of Johns-Manville
\ $1.I alternating asb.t residence with 3 ? 2te. 1095.
t wIth lag Hear .hll. !!:._ P5
St.
C.Dr.tr r.u.r PI.1 S3110.lOlb. Lodge .Irr klth.a and oak I
BTl associated re.ulsr CAY Aal.a I Owner aol .Idl. 11r tie bah .' large sleeping penh. WINTER PAftiEIn
All 1 B"Po aCrL Ph 18. p OFFICE MACHINES Pia. horses. .torl a.d bs l. leaYI dining porch aDd li, b.ths. A value neat
I colors. Orlando Furniture aD fuiu Howl rld For tie klth.. dr.l. C.tr.l fine
? L : c.1 149.10. hunting t..n Q.kk S871 .lb .... 1 a 4-bedpss 2-bII soe.eless
t Get our prIces. sod large Rex-MeOtn. 128
.aaiL Clta OAVANZUD RL W. Church St. Or. flblg. .. Wit I 82.250 balance good at 116.1.50. Realtor. borne.
VAY Large
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8 2 13 S. MaIn phone c.sh tcr. breezeway porch. This borne slsseed.i* poegh
Stu.r 5i. 815. 114W.CS B. is about IN. Or..e. Phone 4147. e
I Ol. dia 611 8ac C 10 Wet ROOPING-210 thick butt hOJn Realtor. I 2 screened perches.
Amelia Aye. Dial l. .hle highest prices IN.Deulrabb. Near 1 S la 18 months old with beautifully landsesped I autemaug aM fur-
; 2.1619.COLONIALIEIWNCustom
BILLPOLI7&-.L.stber. Values up to Colors red. red OL GLWe PI rom ORWm MANOR-3 bedrooms : asAn Ideal beatles let
-
I .ren blnd. today grounds but has been lived m a realy
aDd Apply
$7.50. sow $1. Final clearance. .GAS RAGS''r.D.' wblt pr- Slat blend, al iP roofIng 4.mond. gold. ..the. at 39 E.s' shoppIng. I only da, Convenient to :r lag porch. 1"1t baths. spaciousliving good price. 511.509 w1t $4915 meet.gage. .
; celal I teeth.
I broken abut 6 .
.
Am.Ua
Offle.
; \ H.nn'l La 2 W. Curh BO. nd 15 l. felt McCormIck RoofIng .1".nar. new I theaters and bUL I roem. 2-r.r .ar.... 1111.710 Call CharIsM. C. Sedib v155
j BAROMETERS d"w W.available .t Bunter H.rd..r. 102 _Co. II _St._Pit. 23553REELSFresh Beckman k 8. 131 N. LAE ST. nice place : : 3 bedroom furnished but .Price of 812.500.to.. Includes aU some tenna. Lane with Herman :; Andrewa, Rea50g, Winity
un.r-
Church.
I florida Businese Equipment Co. and salt wawr fIsh.. I WI BUY used famitan. Call us b Men or : All. : Ilhe. oak floor. tile bat Ilk kitchen and owner wise .Iet Goodwin IDc.. 671 B. Orange; 'dial _

F ,3 N. OaB" A"e. Phone 15.. OAS RANGEburpor with ho ins reels. B.mb H.rd..r. 102 I lo ceiling. Orl.ndo Furniture Co Bus line. Call 2 deal wih o.nu. 111 ..blpmL Maclow .I. r.a I 985.5. I II augustch'

OESFoldlnc.rpeulapi plate; show rasp: 2 hot .wr t.ns West Church Si. I store. 65 W. Cu phone PARK LAKE CIRCLE 701-Lovely. Esst MOUB' Vernon N Orange. Dial 8188. Ferk. 18 :I Breast 5teee fir

5 $j 95-4Peclal $15. aster eole I Apply 2-8. newly rdceor.te rooms. IDncrIPrnn. CLOSE 15-3 tire m of I "It's Live Orlando.0 ORWIN MANOR-lo O1'lando. we ; gals
Orlando FuraiREDSRollawsy. .. ,.il. : S RDI08 olc aDd p.da. Console I home her Ort t I
I
Ave Phone 7468.
: old
: tv c. In ad 615 W. Cburb! _8L O. table models. Also portshies. W BU DL0N cold. c.r bu. l.k. town. You1l be la offering a new block bnnca ar.1

J a. SIts aBn.ri SImb7 Hardware. 102 W. ICt. Je.e.d ontQIe H t.'e ST. JAMES HOTEL-South sodRovallnd. the location, the home and tOe EAST SIDE Close to high school I which .W be ready 'n about.30 d<
: spring "Ul .-. GAS AND Ott 8PACZ Church.RANGES.Riectrie I 24 uptir Summer rates. Sln.l. Pre II. W. More with Waiter 3-bedroom home with Floe rooms. tile both aDd crae; SMAlL
$49.50 ROUsgj, ,
I Orlando )m.Ur.Cs. Price Installed. C. a HAT 11 W BUT. saw your 18 week UP; doubles. Can 121. I us Realtors. 21 S. Orange.i:1IT Floor furnace and .II.pl.e.. I Orch. Copper plumbing aDd acn.na. PRICE-
and Ba.t D and I" A style .tl .
Building
I i W. Church @t.CTy"I.t 11 61 play Rm'1 Last W.h.tD and to every e.. CaU-Kil I SUMMER ATES Dal. weekly.monthly. : LiMITS (Near GrammarSchool pl..1 furnished. 2-.r garage Steel casem.Dta. CIrculating Oil space Good location. Foss' room
ho.s Lumber !
mOd plus '
I t.lephon. heater and electric water hoater. rae
I line .t wtve. wIll in. .. cd yours Compau 6. Beautiful rom. singleor ). Modern 2-bedroom e" furnished apartment ffisou. bees a real boy at 52.555.53,
C papa- before they .0 uP. Orlando Sales Wood do.bl.. t'le with 2 screened .ar. Reasonably priced. Crslc with Well financed with 1".100 mortgageat Sew Sir. Itartig aad ho w55
Fuel Oil and .nrl"l
Py.t bat pnb.
; "lr .rr. Hard.a.. 102 G J0Et7 o bottle and Service. 608 N. Orange Ave.Ph. 135. VlrlD ,I and 6lL lot, Only 19. terms.Available. ton, Broker. 531 N. Orange; i imE2 143 month. Prtn 19.7110. 'dht"He..l.y this pisce. 0. P. Swego ReaRer w,
Clfh Walter cL .. Phone W. P. 37.WESTMOREIANDDL Allen Re.ltors. 15 W. WasJuagtoDS East Pine. 0
: q : $? 5 DRAWERs. .al' bh brie. J. W1 I 20959.COATINGNew I FURL OJ lan tank I. ufer.I 5 Cat R.lt. EAST bleb from lle. Phons 5512.
C Studio couches. CI .upUel alncs 131HTU ths time Rave your tank filled. 631 N-Room. 140 H. Or.e; 812p 1 4 bom i baths. .paeo.i living -
new. $4950 .
: 5-piece I
i 'I A larger tank insures heat coldest kitchen of Homes.CLO8E I tile bath
repair the leaks in I.U
reaktefl liS; $1. your .. PrvC.L h. rom. aD ktho.a.
I. .balr. .Wbt damaged roof. for at mornings. McGraw Fuel OU Snl )o.r. IN-.arge 2t" home .f. Idea for guest Com ORWIN MANOR-He. cement MOScreen W-
.. 3 Chufb.i 12.5 a-Il 2-bedroom bllnl.lo. ,
I. I' Ohdb.ns.RADIOSCrosley. I YALE AVE. tile construction. and pl.tl lurl. 115.0. Hastings. aS electric kitchen.
37. Fertilizers and Soils 142 W.-ll ro. i (Arcade) ". Wed bath aDd sIlls steel baedw
I
i = Fuel OilEvansSuper sleeping porch. 3 Is baths. Partly or- R.ltr. : C.ntra : floors. circulatlag oil
t :: harm. 30-inch. recular i and Pads. Console 1 lnnrpn. b.th 1' 555)5. copPer plumbing. Nearing con het. ea
OU Walter
_ _ ve freigt
: I axd
: bUL nlhl h.at Lrl. t rear sce
I -tma $24 50. Orlando DeLuxe. Low type sad table models. Also portshies. 437.ET pletlon. $9750. excellently fissured, poees,
boy I
; i4landllW. Cufh Pa. Solo cabinet. Flame thrower Bub7 Hd.ae 102 W BLACK TOP In Orange pnl.r. Phone 64.YC Orwin.Manor C. Ora.eA N. SIEH.Ddlme alol and Call Lee Crawford wills RobS. I.. mezeg

j CONYZYOR-Orayity roller 10 double length U-shaped golden Church.RAKESLawn 1 County. A SIl F aDd clay. rm for Y01 Orange An.CEOJ. 356 a double nicely blk bln.alowOD Pryde, Realtor. 668 N. Orange: 24594.OVIEDOFarnous 8tAflbatMle.
f. .
yaflers. -t7p. Quaker-Only Quaker or leaf Several prompt service Single o' .I ald lo 1.laaP.n co
ti 4 rle. BI.le l.d. with two
Quak.r Celery section. Attractive
1 ; t eair troi..no draft h choose from. _". phone % -phone Call 8. SOL 8EN& d.tacf I.rue T let
Never .d an4
3 t .1.5 -U eieetry.
f .
nalabl. tobl r b.t 2-53 5-room bungalow $soot Owner
I ul. X A Stores Co. Phone .or laale .par.D' ro ihu.bou' a ed.
I 55. KD.I 2 LOVELY furnished bedrooms twin Prlrvdfer ;
Bl "t cclat drl Ilo.er 2 lth living Itt. 2 b. rl 14,2. bro(2) 11 S acres high grade vegetable UM or eckal. $,,
autm.t beat cleut.W.lt 2-316. Cotu SMOKE kills army wor. I ienpr.. 1 block from bath aDd 14. and a ar.DlnD. for flowers. Electric lights, watersUPPlY
t I Ine ROLL chinch bugs lawns and bu 1..r lke. a new private of fine shaded A good a want ta's A e., Is Pees
: ercia and Tb.rmoflo. For Wlx .Rb RPDof .m.BI o t gum OD rear l ho.7. 8 701 through home from natural Ave. tare
A for .: lOl 1138 lamp laDter. Putn De" mske quick cmebk The beat and hom. 51 8. Bnr. value .t 15. good Call top of 115.0.0 arteslaa well, no pump. On Pecan to 323 3yey Si,.
I.U Ctro Iln a nw Yard laws Brook- ROOM Woodruff Fred Call Fred ass
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ti EODI J- .aet t.Ue' I BA'O :. O'a"o R wtl G'raMr
Ja 333 W. Dr. at Pin.. tConunued
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: I r !_ L.t for Sale 58 Business Property for Sale Mister Breger ..-

CLOSE IN RipMentlal COM PRIVATE SECRETARY-Permanent HOSTESS Apartment or guesthouse I CHEVROLET-1936 2-door sedan. Ex FRI. SEPT. 19. 1847 PAGE 31
I lot on Har GROCERY AND
for I ek to Orange. See sign Well DIX. I poslton. Year round business atr- I position dfU' by upn ,ra lpa. different and unusuaL
sale
loa I ODyt BINE. .mool office. salary. Permanent business .. Jke new. ls In perfect
'ub: shade one grapefruit. duplex and 70.r G ence resident. Experienced also u condition and have it for sal 78. Trailers-Tract for Sale
resident
HOME ''I Paved front. Lot 80x125. In colored cold.r.S lad
A business
WATT Better se* a man' Kidewalk and sewerage in Mrs. Richter at account and payroll Box 17 less than 12 It
hour hu"
.n* know F.ndal! I hav. speclaW paid ( & Henry. Broker 6 dItrc. 185. Easy ter. es- rie I S-Star clerC won't be after noon. at Sf'ARTAN-'CbOics of evenron. wtt*
Service. 1249 N. Orange.
U and W. Church 6546. G I want Ins best Save now at Prank is
toed ne't
groves for > St-Ph 60 W. Central Ave.
any ,::.i Deertng. Brokennat i I UUBSDREAD sect' with H. F. Boland. Realtor. Carr- STEAM TABLE and griddle girl- REFINED. CAPABLE WOMAN a only r S. Evans. Reed Trailer Sales. 201 M. Oran**

a 38-R-15. i Uon. Lars.COUNTRY CUB I *tn 8dg.. 672 N. Orange reference and experience required. Nursing fsprence. Wlbp. placeas R Blossom Trail.SPARTANYou.
lots low as easy t m
I .
JJnRLm: IN-Brand frame. !I for terms.when Pay rionthly. Have lot paid I' 40 Sayer hours Bid week.*. 2O07.Good OAB.5TEIORPHER pay.. "PPI M. valid. Ph. 2-8464 .m-1 I IREGISTRENU&Wlh CHRYSLER Fords and-Plymouth Chevrolet Die.1 horn when and

Beautiful at- building mat.ral become for medi pIck J. S. C. Motors. 550 N. Orange where you waat It. OIlY SOW St
.. flr. P GUST HOME-Close ID God I Wl ft. Orange .
pert Sales.
: t.cb.d garase. I!laY.llbl" Do high income. r E"prlentd. ex- Ave. Phone Frank Reed Trailer
-ft. ; i> bound to increase moot ca .re.ra IbolD. 61.CHEVROLTlI1 Trail.
kttcben. landscsped corner Gecsun. I doctors Blossom
financed. buy. Louis naton.1 rneeo position
; tat. (10 6Hy fitooe with C. B. I I i rapidly tn vefue. Buy today aheadof Realtor 144 ral. Main .ant rsd.nt j .n.nc.. d.sir. Ext 241 evemnss.YOUNO Aero sedan. .Jim New and utfi SlewAmerican.
.f Dn Rcalior. 41 W. Wasongoo'so -: this increase. We have some 2.146. who is interested and ad- C.1 Car. 904 N. Or..e; TRAILERS --
line lots right on the golf I 4 model Hew "Southern -
,. bautlu vancement. Call Miss Grant 2-4832.
_ .j I coune. Wat rr lights gas and bus 1 LADY For national finance 2-:2. BelL" sleeps 4. butane (as. mnerspring -

iii &-Here l a sweet. available. P n.d. Carman & ORANGE AVE. N..-.Business loca- SALESLADIES experienced young j company Permanent position CHEVROLET-1946 Aero sedan. Jim mattress brskes Coma-let

Income property, lot I und. Owner I. Carman BIdg., B "on Lot mith 50 ft. montage and women to sell in our fine radY-tol good salary. 5-day week pleasant I Cumbi C.. 904 K. Omit; 1695. Accessories Coleman and

"l1 north tide. N. Orange; :-45S1evenings. 2-2534 17 IL dept. Ask for L-5J2. Harold wear shop. Salary I working condltons yearly vacation. 2-:2. -Prewar stove part new butane and

il' -: I-ai" and three I Iapre.t V., 37 E Central. 4ualifications. Box 74 S-Star. I Some es.n.D. preferred but gasoline ranges dollies. awBtags.
,I LAKE FRO.vn-Ole homeslte on I will consider recent Typing CHEVROL-194 Special DL. bottle gas. equipment etc. Aafeae
"r.dual. I
$2 712 IUre. I Highland { on easy OHANGE. AVE.-Buoes property. STEKORHE For citrus fruit shorthand neu. .. .d.o. iscfptlon.l, clean. Trailer Sale*. 540 N. Oraoc BlotiomTrail.
IracIDI i t.r. For a.MMn to offer aura lo Co. I
for per-I .
.
ar Phone
Real exclusive N.
at (14.too. term H I Irs JJ Ha Realtor. 1317Sligh annually. estate : permanent working con Orange Ave. -
aa .ppaal'1 LtUI with Htrold BI"d* Opposite ACLRR Depot.' building and equipment .on(60OOO. ditions. Box 83. S-Star. I CHRYSLER _.. A-I condition TRAILERS-Beat Usa housing shorts -
193 rent in a
.- a"r Realty Co 2 &Wash- Pb T81. !| vita Pri. (80,000.Realty.tems.EdUY i SECRETARY for I.. offices. Efficient I EXPEliNCED CASHIER- .. or' (4ZS. be seen at Taft trailer e put Liberty your and "M'money system all
Phone 4124. FROtrr Or..e in shorthand typing and In doctor or'dentists Grocery until p.m. and at 219
f 1 LK LOTS-In Interlsken. dial and Robert Tfi 1.3 sues with bottle gas stoves and electric
I VOluaL icity 2.211. R spelling. Not over 40. BOW Metcaifttldg. office. Phone 77-W Winter Park. Lace evenings. refrigerator Young Trailer
WORRY"about a pUee to U con.en"nces. Re tor : Wasn.tonHOM j t
.
'B Njdeiter '
I I Blossom TraIl at
yon tOO buy a neat new 2- .td. E I CHEVROLET-'35 seaan. a good used Sales. Orange
.. far Dr.} dial 8065. I II BUSlNUiS LOCATION- I 70. Work Wanted-Mate If Amelia
on p.emen' SECRETARY-Permanent connection car all the way arund. you
business street .
1eot. Westud
c. U. T.Jlr. I:I LAKE KILL4.BNEY LOTS Excellent f fi offered to one possessing necessary want cheap tranrportation. come see BUY A NEW SPARTAN with electric
at important I
'. .M. Orang. 644. location -overlooking lake. Niceshade with 90-toot frontste.corner is aa feet property deep I I qualifications to lu11 responsible I I BOOKKEEPER Experienced reliable or local part resident.time. I I bl.. Joel The III Restaurant 998 refrtcerator. AB model gas stove

wate I. electricity. Price (45O. | 1 position Prefer on h"h Ave. _ Only (2950 Prank Reed. SOI N. Orange
: ircnvE TWtNtoOM ggOd- and usable A Box 83
very
I ho. I teoOa:1 _ _ _
easy terms. I ane with Herman Good-' i :JO yeais of age. Please S'a. ; 47 Fleetmaster con Blossom Trail
.. faa Many tool i location for a home and blsles! unless capable and thoroughly experi- wMAN with reference CiUvRL-I 1
Ir. Win Inc. .
AT Winter | 6'4; N. Orange: 9855i Price, ObdOOO. Call Ray 1946 Fleetlme. ENJOY YOUR VACATION aevesslb.
.tKk Holomb enced. want yard work by the hour.Telephone .
Fia. Bank Orlando.
f at
I
.
completely fully equipped maroon.
with 0 MacruMoore20836: nation in the world'* fInest
.' Park.UROOM _ _ i iu STIf.EET-Corper Lhlltn.1 Pine. E STENOGRAPHER-fpri.nci 56O8. Chevrolet. 1941 2-door- special deluxe I towing trailer. Spartan Manor. Save
All i HOME- lan .1. capable of nothingto clean. (823 on a demonstrator. Frank Reed
raaant .IEt.. ; lars lot 80x140I i i dwelling.ito icluslve with Don Dud- I BET BUY ON Highway 17-82. Tour- : las .. accurately and neatly. 4 hour week, selL 8 years selling experience.You streamlined fully equipped. Pontiac. I Trailer Sale*. 201 N. Orange Blossom

3 I numi tarai* en rear of lot. I 1t or Trailer Court al. BeautIful j See Mrs. Young. Dr. P. Ptp, Co. furnish the merchandise. 11 do 1946 "8'* 2-door. equipped stream Trail.
.D or oflic 12.. ORASGE-Il.SM TAIL frontage lake cleared Isnd. trees with I I b W. Robisn.WcMNOROll. the selling. Box 75 8-6tar. lined. Ford. 1946. like new. Etude- I
M.k. .n.t 50% LESS WEIGHT-500* more
.
P. A. AID St. CaU new 2 bedroom house all > baker. .
ea MAN With 20 selling
ar lu1b' to assist In Ruth's years 111.or.
I*****. TI W. .f513.kurdw I 6112.I Improvements eU plenty of "It's NOT that I'm lazy, sir-t's just that on Mondays Cr.m Drve10 See Mr. Walker and buying bard.eaprieoc., clean. s.n dO"D .on U".i Save strength now In at a Prank new Spartan Reed Manor.TrailerS

ORANGE Win- land. Immediate Priced I at Blossom plumbing and cars mo. to pay
Manor. Trail.
I AJE.-Orwin ocupaDC. week end apDlaDc. bom.1 S 201 N Orange Blossom Trail.
reuaent* I'm from the
,f.ROOM for quirk sale. North. an' Tuesdays recuperatin' finance. Martin' Used 101 N.Msin .
yir ... Easconverted I ten Park Flne buiIdg lot. Selfreasonabieflog I come aUerl_ ClosedTueaday.WAITEESSE83 d.ar. with Car I
r pm pllUD
LIFE IN MANOR is life
One mile north of Mallland on 17- I IOOll A SPARTAN
91
8-Star. able
t. d. pte.. Price til.UOO. 1 1I' d2 across DeForrest PackingHouse.. Wednesdays I get that middle-of-the-week rundownfeelin' thoroughly experienced. fim. ,es. I 801. A-I I in the rltht manner New units
for H-1I6S. Harold V. CondicUtealtor. 1 able to type mennes. (13 oppratnl own .ucc"su.tore. .d.. ognerrar. as low as 2562. Frank Reed TrailerSale.
.
I'm from those Wed- Have Joel
buy.
37 Central; dial 6137.on Thursdays recuperatin' week-SIb hours day lay week. 'l .. and a *" *. 2O1 N. Orange Blossom Trail
I j I 2 H C. department for The ni Restaurant. Kuhl
ORANGE AVE.-200 ft. frontage. EXCELLENT LOCATION for small Columbia Restaurant. Church. ma..el" p.r. Aw.
fcr development or I business on main thoroushfsr ID nesday feeln's, an' Fridays I just can't concentrate, 1 you need a dependable sale or-trade NEW 2 WHrEU-1-ton Usiace and
m! ta Of.k red f : WANEDSrBnUhf.l man sell or manage or OOS5ANfor dump traiir. Less than dealer'si.oet
at per fastest trowlni section Orlando. of the approaching week end. .1! Driven than
HOOBBatulay nov'tprlr. I botb write Box 84 8Star.PERMANENT New
below a price. 139 X. Hampshire
j Considerably 50 to loo ft. frontage a less than I I 3193. 1.0 mile Good lalnt clean' II .
pro | Root. Pryde. prevailing cost per front foot. Buy RESIDENT Desires trade ve.IMMER
P 14. 2 to S.2 bath.home by thiilowly .66 rt".1. nee; 2-59.L lalt. now on our easy terms and .alc 58. Real Estate Wanted 60. Business OpportunitiesMY I YOUNG LADY-18 to 22. single high refrigeration work. 13 years experi' boltr.110. Call M. L.Raborn TANDEM 1947. In 4 and

3 bedroom 1 your investment grow as I school .ducato. accurate with enc amonla maintenance and Phone I 6-paivnxer models. Now on display -
sclnslv Lak A'a1 section farntabedUamedtat and I I Paved streets .e"er and an uulue. PARTY ready to close deal wants j ENTIRE STOCK and fixtures figures 'rJ. for general office -I ation. Studied domestic and cmm.r,1.1 opr- f'3O p ra.Sanord Box 12.n.r 27-ft. lone metal bodv. elecrle -

.. anow yon Nicely ORANGE N. Lot Corner a"a Orlando real estate that will pay and general merchandise store below I I work. 3 d. .ek. Good start- rfn.to Floyd 1 Peaden. .rlo 15.Slford. refrigeration and bottle gas

i mowl possession.Priced Just to of local I.vE. High- le 6aUO.. Priced Bet rlsan and 1 delr.d. CarrUanBide good net revenue. Want to deal with i I cost. Must sell at once. A. C. I I inc salary. Apply In own handwriting 223 Lk D000E-l946 a.n Jim Cbl.C.r. tove. As low as 2395. Up t* 3O

ndacorate in*****and Orerhrook owt. Drive. 110 selL ('.TSO, ,, cash. A real val- I 672 N. Orange; fh 2.5. owner. Give full de.l t B S7 {I Tyson. General Merchandising Store i giving full particulars. Box bS _, 9 N. Or.nl': 2-521. month tn par Frank Reed. 201 N.
MOT 113
attire** -star.
I Osteen Fla. DODGE 1941 Club low mileage -
S-Star. 71. Airplane Sales and Service coupe !5nle Blossom Trait
ue. Jim M. with
00th H.B Bto. Atency. i. Caldwell Asher !
TeL ,Pe'er. Rai i tor. 12 S. Main I 2-0156. I I'! YOUNG WOMAN in mail order de- radio and new tires C nt.1Forda SEETHE NEW 1947 Sun house trailer
112 M. Orans A, J :_ DONT LIST YOUR PROPERTY with HIGH GRADE SPECIALIZED Ecu.taurantFully and .
\\ I partment. Steady position. Don- 8-A special with Motn Jefferson Only 51.919.50. Roger Trailer
bus- j LUSMBE14
equipped
,. I1M.IAU.. OR WIN AIANOR-117 ft. frontage. me unless you want to HenryBurgh. going .
\ Dee Shell Craft Industries Oheil .
and .
many ex Sales Ave off
1510 Indiana trail
GOLDEN HAS IT- ncelver
Kuhl iness. Summer growth (900 per 1 I
I I| Priced :: forPALM Harold V. A. 2-109. veek. On main highway on edge of Arade. 120 J. Orange. tr. Low time. 2995. Eut FORD.-1941 2-door sedsn. Radio
37 1355.. Condct Splendid site for motor court and town. Exclusive family clientele Lone I .. Eustis. Fla. Ph. heater clean on.I.1 paint Olin
CPI'rl_ _ _ 60. Business Opportunities -
trailer camp on 11-92 Hy. 50 ft term lease New building. Dining 65. Help Wanted-:Male TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman Used Car 142 ; phone

T1SIRACE-Beautiful building on highway. Insured title. A. room kitchen bar. beer and wine Widgeon; land sea and instrument. .
B. OFF site: ? view. and lake front. Attractive d.n Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ace. BUSIES LISTINGS NEEDED'BusinessHeadquarters -See license. W.lk-I refrlteration. Ample AUTO BODY and sheet metal worker Veteran's training. Orlando Aviation FORDS-A Ford Dealer is a good man

som I n< Carl Te Dnl- I near Uaitland underpass Winter O." Frdrick.. stock Price. 11.5. can Ben F I loud wonting: conditions and Count Club. Ph Winter Park 863. to see for used cars. Heintxelman AUCTIONTONIGHT
:: *** = or oper 31 Orange; 2-O442. Park. 18 Oranle. Field with H Realtor.Carngan slesoy See Joe
au"wS. 3 .e 2 ie.bath ifc WINTFR.' PARK Lakefront Jots.Maitlarll Blag,1. Bland.N. Orange; Service emploJm"nt. Holler .Chevrolet D.YI. VfRAN'5FLGHTTA1I -. Inc. 36 W. Livingston: 6159.

f. of and Killamey. Also BUSINESS OPPRTNrE since 2.5"1. Co. US W. Central.AU1OMOBILE ._ _ FRD19t clubcoupe. New paint.
Oo out Job training for mllesge. CentralFlorida
.a. ly shaded lot near Orlando: Ave 1920. Rom 45 W. ehanc' s .
2-108. : MECHANIC Experi-
14. CONTRACTORS AND Ryan Field.
,. .aeriflee for CARPENTE THIS IS for guest C.1 APpka. Motors Jefferson and Oar-
.w Monday win: C. I Dyke Realtor 348 Deej' Attention--Owing to Central. Steele. HEADU.RTE I enced. position for the land 2-2424
early A.o :
a.at
: j CaB Ir. Ave.. N.J Winter Prk. ph$. tractor we offer his building of homes "rourts". to any Spiegel.kind I: nlD man. Ellis store, Firt- 7!. Autos-T racks for nUC'1 ( club
441-W. cUbl
I with 4Cxl50-foot cement floor BEAUTY SHOP-5 i.-ua- and Auto Supplies Winter FRD1940 .onvnlbl. coup.
lot .. Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.. Realtors I Call Cars. 904 N.
aluminum r'la. 29O.
roof Building
been walling for I lent loauon OUII.nd.nc 70S Metcalf BIdg.. 2-3269. : D. VARNER U-DRIVE IT- I % 7:30 PJU.HOUSEHOLD .
:
c"t WINTTRJ PARK sod lot can be purchased separate at (2750. Call I -521.
I kiwsalow no Lake Knowles- I plon AUTO STOCK CLERK yourself; low rates; by mile or day.
I 001115. LubE; and dinette TemPI Drive section). Prospective or will sell equipment and buildingExclusive Chenault & Jennings lac. Rc.ltor. (15.000VILL BUY Business with I I Aler willing to wore, ambitious D. Vamer U-Drtve-It. Inc. 234 W. FRD193. Very clean. Central ARTICLES
S OS* bath .It po.. I i home bcilders should see these choice with Frank CreSs, 507 Met- I 072 N. Orange; 1234.I living quarters. Out of town on cIP- and record- Central Are. Phone 23133.HERTZDRiVURE .. Moor.Jefferson and Garland -

.aU room lot IJ3uaVa Winter 3'ark lots low (295. c.1 Building 2-1710. I excellent Main hiehway Nearly new buildingS I I keeping. Some knowledge of auto I ; dial .

1..D .uIN'. 1 1/3 doft. balance In small monlh. I BEE5TANO5ho.m. Ith store and 5-room apart preferred. A opportu SYSTEM FORD-34 coupe Far from Junk.
wb TOURIST COURT Most excellent location moer mobie
1. .o
: for rent
I I
Priced ai ( payment* Utilities available. lok store. outskirts netting ment. Complete flatu clean !I rite Box 99. Grease rack inspection available.
sr5. tree $ and led Sundry 117. V DEMING
by day week. Low
hour or rates. 375
SdI will ..t. f,. Carrlsan & Boland Inc.0.n"1 espplal aultc Located in high -
cash I grocery very Inquire 118 Zelma St.
tar wtrtrk : r I lady or middle tupl. the to (150 per .'erl Both of these are "tok I I BUTCHER WANTED-1st class. at N Orange phone
will CarrUan Bide 672 N. Or- class Selling poorhealth. 20.CMBEDRIVIT
k. .. .b.I and business opportunities.
and un-keep would not exclusive 'ri' once CaUClermont.lrla.3701. i I
a.. .. 1:51 ,I heavy.work Also room for b j I Call William Mathewswuh A Davis. 'f"efB -j jI I _ ; '4
I ep.nlon Kolar. 24388or 7811. er. 33 S. Main Phone BCOz..KERPSin-Assistant in By d. I II 733 W. CHURCH ST.
\ this should b authorizes -,I J. D.ua olfice wore for citrus fruit PORDS-Anythirt from a to
d"slr. 12.
112 N.01dM. I psc ,I week or Compeutlva rails
Baa Bros. A5SSC. Realon. 26 CUOtCK LUn located lust out- the terms. : montn '38. 2-doors
ANYONE Coupes
BEAUTY SH I ln
: In Winter andor.
company .
15.0. P"ExccleiJoaLoD L'TESTED- N. ; dial 2-4521.
Afl. F 00 aids fcity limits. City and '. ._
Illbt Phone A. T. Carter 1311. and business. modern contact Permanent position In good Yen seen people orde a
.' I water (streets and .. Lake and Carter. Realtors. 1 S. Main. Will, pay for 11 in 4 months. 204 Sinclair Station at Holly Hill ization. Box 92, S-.a. orlan 194 U-DRIVEIT INC.-New c., burger sandwich and poke their lips
privileii Exclusive with F. A I I out because the bring a
S. M.ln Packing House. Davenport. Fla. rent by day, week or month man dldl'
: block of Cheney I AllisonJ Realtor. 37 W. Washington. 57. Real Estate I red 2 242 N. smothered in on- BRAKE
A Exchanged I
8 prehous st..i
; and 4-bedroom t.p. loaUons.
Sostb ooldenrodB 7613 f CHICKE' RAl'iCH grocery BOY WANTombln.ton' delivery I hasn't got one
bosy. HaDoutt.ndlng Orsnge- and N. Gar
2-81. In. I R
,on 2Va acres nearcity 12 .
J trbcd and lard:. BUIU.SNU 1.OTS-Belcct ho. prtr. Ila. Pre. 143 you and .
3 t5S m' your bome OWNER WILL- (20.0OO suburban layingbirds.fulhy : lo.entor. land. PI.tbk.ou
TAJ llmita.-several ; E. Ph 2-134.
.. Term sit. in the attractive estate \. 3-bed- hundre I splendid busines and desl.bl. I"s.I' ( urn StCARPETERne. might as well .I.r *
1 _____________ :: acrell. upandl.
7950. Spiegel"
dread nt Club section. Lot in room home for city residence. Barn equipp "Speak to Whitney Auto Service bile because there nobody rise ADJUSTMENT
DO TOO WATt to n" to pocket I al *t>:. Close 1 abI bus and chicken hOU2"'. Jdl. ron.1 av.i'I 60 frut tr furmsbed.. .od Price garden spt. Spiegel Realty Co..Realtors. '0 Met- Must be frs 73.. ._ got one From (195 to S32S. J. R.Smith. .
fits your
55al5 that 115.0. calf BIdg. 23269.RDUCwn.r.
cirellent Cash or able. Call Ben Wilbur Strickland Broker ; d.s. Itb"r need apply ALIGNMENT Free 711 N. Oranze.
J O"ado" terms.gbane Bros._235 N. Main: 7559 Realtor. Csrriisn and I 2 work, good Call at 10-5 W.ltarvara. ). Inspdl.1
.
I "
Wait I Blnd. Church6_ 73.CONVALESCENT. I very elck. Must 1' Prompt repair by mecb
ON-:4: KB BARTON-Choice home- N. 2-4551 or Ph. _ A $$1
dial i BI.nd. Oran. one-stop service at
a. 14. 2-16 HOME Out In now. I anlc. G-
custard busm.s
a. MID I aite&. 123x330 ft. from paved road Winter WAGON
I' big and healthful Lak County (4OOO for COLRmPRTRMust be hard. year's Service. 300 N. Orange .Y. I JEEP STATION 1947.
BT OWNEHwhat u- I to lataj. S1750. term or (1650 all I Gardner Real Estate A7 "uarer.. and ban I Driven 170O mIles Jim Cumbie
I" modern tu* bom.: 2 tuna rash. U'. A. McKenney. Broker 49oO I 571. Beach Property near Uontverde is a house with five South Court; St. Dial 2-4481. 21 man. know automobiles and also At-O--BRK-JOBs-a.- I Cars 10. N. Orange: 2-4521. Play safa -B* able to stop-NoUafcg
bedrooms and twenty acres of land .
dining Hiihway 27144.zxCi else count All mechanical work
Urs. kltbI i Cheney : builaini Burrell. 2710 N.
tMarwma. I.ID. uPletp. Jr. balanced while wait C. MERCURY-Early 1947 4-door sedan. '
on a paved highway .that seems tons TOURIST you lowest .
: A on any car- price
_
) ** Oaral 1NTLKEFRONLclot COCOA BECdnel.pm"ot COCRTIi nti I Orange Ave. & 1010 W. I Radio and heater 8000 easy miles.Like .
. *s- to have possibilities as a class I Prang Son Chucb
1 I I
..U.1 S acre fin land.Mr in. Only (1.05O on term 6 1..tmeo favorably i I rest home or'- home since (25.000 cash balance at 5" Price is LIHIVERSWAlfTED-Only those .h 1 I BRAKES REPAIRED-We supply- I new 122 5. Ph 2-14.

..I w( road: Orlando Isle-> I R P. Iloland. Realtor. Carman. Bdc. Pulsipher. .lot. 1.tc H t I. lets a mile to Lake I right Potter with Herman Goodwin I!! are thoroughly familiar with 0.- your auto needs; also tires gas MERCURY FORDOR 1946, radio t STIVERS

I (7OOO Term O. A. I !72r5 qrange:_24551.BErVflENORLANDO Apopka. Price (13,50000. CallOHurraMoorg. Ine. Broker; 677 N. Orange: 6855. Ifudo street win qualify. Apply toMr. I and OIL Dixie & Service. W. heater airfoom ."at.seat cover
Sale
P O 585. AND Winter COCOA BEACH t Orlndo's beach. I Realtors. 109 E. Ho.el. City Cab Co. South at Boone 229 N. Blvd DrLand 281-R
,
Owner. Rout _ P. s
ri.urtas. 2 OrlDOj I Park-70x140 with 1 car ..r.. Mr. PuI.lpbe. te realtor Pine: 2-2380. I 61. Bank Ixians-Service*_ DRIVERS WANTED between ages of I' repairing and I MERCURY 1941 4-door sedaa $, 62 W. Colonial
i fnon* .R-I. (950 ; 0wner. call 4079. over thre. bs and houses fa- DELTONI for "uikI 25 to 40. Must be resident of BODYDtINDER given. Beautiful Central OrlandoQUALITY

iIW i BKDROOM HONJ- U.bU.II:I FOURS (4> nice residential lots 50x135 y.rbl loate. reasonably prlced. sale. 21 HOTElPried ro FIRST NATIONAL BANK ha a"BankByMail" Orlando for 6 months. Have f.1 I Satisfaction gl.dl. Varner. Motors. .eferf c.r. and Fond..

1 ., location between lk. O eat 9 Conway and Peel Ave. Sec I beer and wine doing business year service as knowledge of city streets. Yellow I 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. D'sl .
Ian lot with airs lake t I It I tion. just outside limit Plenty 58. Real Estate Wanted_ round. Located at Oak Hill. Fla-. on close to you as your nearest mall Cab Co.. 45 E. Washington.LAIJNDRY i I I lightweight
-
LancerioalS. dt FORD CHECK-UP Safety Is family
-
\ wal from downtown. of *n-kde. lights dt telephone U. 8. 1. 25 miles south of Daytona box Save tiresome trips! Bsnk-By- HELP-Wash and MOTORCYCE. "amou salionlbump CARS
utr.eI affair Check where buy per
floor eoverjttinoot up '
ACREAGE. GROVEL HOUSES and mi.
reenrd porch Mall"-
0
t avalhiils. Total price (1100 See Beaco. Consists of 3OO feet frontageon inc man. Good hours wages .
erasing (3SS (155
and I Iaewor and service Ford. Genuine I -
kes .. paved street business property. Callus I U. 8. 1. 150 ft. depth. Will selleverything for Mr. your
with Johnston Henry, Broker A n.Pe. fuerbacher. Orlando Steam
down balance 10 months D. Vsrner. "
I. *3ao. (20OO b.laD' Gula If you want to parts genuine meh.nlc. Heintxel- 1947 OLDSMOBILE 76" 4 door
: (. ne* th a. Can u.h IO F. ._ .. 3iurch8t._ _Ph.6546._ sie. Broker. 104 W. Central; 2-4775. I Will taxe 'i complete down for balance only on(23.5OO easy IXSALfE LOANS cost you less honor;. .9 W. Cncord. mans Inc 36 Lhlneton.t Inc 23Preceding W Central.OLDSI.fOBfl.E1947. Sedan. Radio, like new.

y, Boland. BEAUTIFUL LAKE FONT LOTS I Firt J.Uonal Bank. Compare MECHANIC Shop and foreman. Au- convertible. In
; H. sold by Pleasecall
carlu.1 terms. Being owner
S .. o72NOrane Pb_ I will oak shade tl. each. ACRES. homes businesses in these costs. Wi.n the loan is for tos and farm equipment. Know 73-1. Auto perfect condition Radio and heater 1947 DESOTO 4 door Sedan. Like
.I terma. A. T. Doreey Realtor. groves. Buyer w si ting. Courtney rroD. ( 100 you get -Payments ( 8 34 p.rt and record.St.t.aan. age. larts-AtCessore S29SO Call Miss Jackson 2-45M. new.
t IHAUMOT ATcJ 11. Orange: 4412. Realty; 392 N. Oranse; dial 2-2"1. I' FLOOR SURFACINa CMPANY-D( 150. you get 139-Payments 125 experience t FRONT END now
; ing a capacity ( 2OO you pet 186-Payments 117 n". W. J. Ho., Co. REPAUP"RT of 1947 CADILLAC 0530 dub Coupe.
s. available
Ho"'r-1-ho for
f jfaytn.aft section o"b .ttanb.d is4 &S. 4'ountry Property for Sale APARTMENTS Home Groves. about 40'c. N. Orange 300. yon let 27O-Payments 95 0 Fla.MILHERliave. .los' mal.
loaton Hlb. I Almost new.
C. A. W.
51tiSOdfY tttbs. .b.n.o I i Busnes as you Equipment valued at more ( 400. you get 372-Pam.nts 33 : .01 Prnl. Son PLYMOUTH-1938 coupe A little
Rises.. narlnr. window and i BEAU. the big fish I &Us. Bank" and list It 'I asking price of 6250. Call t.n S SOO. S"I get 465-Payments 41 67 opening for man i i Church phone 8811. ratted, but a stomp down loot 1D46 PACKARD Custom Clipper.
LK1-'fr has had
L. .rI with shade and. blM'** 2-bdroom furnished with Ger.Klttredg & Son. Realtuna. amy with C. W. Walters. Realtor 672N. (10OO. you get 930-Payments 8334 DeLaval"no ea.rlnc. I using motor. (225. J. R. Smith 711 M Almost new has ewrrthtarI94S
Pke It.MM. terms.A. .Mo.r. Electric I 1).a Ccntral-2-3176. Orange; 65O9 or 2-6652. Above monthly payments 12 months mlin. machines house 74. Autos-Trailers Wanted Orange. -
"n bul and
I T. Calr. $. JamersonRealtor I kite ben. 100 on popular Bear Payments for 15 month are smaller .0.alar aCe 20 to 45. ref BUICK Super Sedan. Very
6S FURNITURE sell be
Carter. *. 1 S Malo Luk$ Owner returning north, wantsulcjt 3UNOALOW LK FON- SOREK' Figures include to pay rquied Apply 1 sirloin AUTOS WANTED-Will pay top price tow mileage,
a' sale. (845O. terms AsberPeMReaUor Hiv client for e.u of location loan in case of death. The First T G. L. Dalr. _ _ for 1 to 100 clean cars. Felix PONTIAC 1937 convertible sedan
-Hon.--.o" 8. Main 2786.a lake front. Must be niceor I rent. Live town near Orlando. Clean National Bank at Orlando. 4th for route. Orlando Ice Winn. Standard Motors. Orange Blocsom 154$ PACKARD 'I2O** dipper.
I 1 ; permanent horn Quirk posses- stock. (9000 cash. Box 88 S-Star. nor iAN te D Trail and Washmnton St. Good transportation at (495"Profit
bath famished I II :;. 2S Bn. Street. with Preprint's** Used Cars Overdrive practically new
: LIMITS Lake ion desired. Call Wilbur Strickland. FILLING 'ION AND Restaurant
All 3ETC Ir" S'
h. &O PASTRY MAN-First AUTOS WANTU> Will pay highest 500 W. Central Ave.
: land. ISO roker. 23 W. Church phone 6675 "
=) kl\he.' and daJ1 citrus trees: pineapple. andsriicfrnlt. ; i I In-1.00 gallons already Restaurant this month S2. Loans Up to $300 do anyUI. in the pastry line. cash price for your c.r. Olina Inc. PLYMOUTH-1947 4-door deluxe. Exceptionally Ml CADILLAC 63" Sedan.

I .D SI a 6-room .I.ncl. Electricity DO NOT DELAY-List today. Orlando fJlnl ..tton. S15O per a.e.dsy Whit colore. Apply 122 MOranse. 143 N. Galeoe 2-4 01 422 M. Or- clean low mileage 1941 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe
I Mi4. paved road. Her and Orante County property Is AUTO. Furniture Diamond Loans ance. 2-81. Win best
i 1 1I gas. 11.50. Perhaps the best In Orlando for privately owned accept Sedan.
sit LENS ucal' $ ns B> Goodwin Inc Brokr K.01Cisc 11 demand now. buyers waiting. M filling station. "pt will handle E. Economy Finance Company. J. FBurrer PLANT HELP See Mr. Wilkinson AUTOS WANTED Any make any cash offer Write for appointment.

Claybaish. R.alor. M.ka :_dial 1855 _666.QR D. Bailey. Realtor. 3 E Church |I S. Burptt Broker. 37 S. Main; M.nsl". 10O6 MetcalfBuilding. twirlS I and 12 a. for Interview. modeL More cash quicker. Wrkyol Box 90 BStar.PONTIAC1941. 941 OLDSMOBILE 9V Sedan.

)VE AND HOME-.20 acres. S in Phone 4767. ph.n. 2-3013._______________ 2-339. T. U. L Dajry.SALESMAN _ Motors 751 N. Mills; 2-2174. Streamliner Mdan- Hfdrarnatic, radio and beater.
I .iiiLakp CountyCTMTRAL i'roperti lii-ge trees mot oa niP'. New BUNG ALOW good 11Un. Is a and service sta- CASH LOANS-Quickly made'on furniture -AND COLLECTOR Tor AUTOMOBILES Jeeps or truck. We cIte with beautiful original 2-tone
941 CHEVROLET
$ GOER 2 door Sedan.
4 mark.t .ut. and I.mond. Orlando' pay you more for your car than
an -
moctprn rooms.sern aura sale!! will furnish the sale I c.bln for sale on .U-.hlt Industna Inur.nce I black and pearl grey finish upholstering
FLORIDA ESAT- 'ned porch and bath. Abut 12 effort if you supply the product. T. main highway nc. near Lake Panosofkie. own Home Fn.nre 314Metcalf debit. rpnr com anybody in to.n It has been pronn I and interior a* clean and nec mess cars sold with a 30-day goad.antis. .

L k fronU *.cU? mllrt* oat with paved road : \. K_ Hastings. Realtor. 62 Va E Central Doing good business For quick sale BIdg. Dial 2-301. oGu Room rld 10. let me prove yon U.e as the day it was bought by Its on* We pay cash for used cars.

bvatnea*. property m.nue Onb610.600 Rex-McOill. : (Arcade): 4237. reasonable. See owner at Bumterville.Fla. LAM from-aio to OOO. Mcro, Bids. _ Cars. 101 N. Stain; 8409. I original owner ThU car Is guaranteed -
We* Investments J. D"krr. Broker. 128 N. Orante. Phone 4147 ,; fast service. Family Permanent or modeL perfect Win Mil outrtaht or take
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CUrwioiU Bo: 6 UREAD OYSEDO 17-acr* truck farm. 10 COI0NlTOWN Bungalow with GROCERY. AND MEAT MARKET Finance Service. Inc. 32 W. Central TIU SrESUnon. Ine. CAR5WATAD7-mu. Thurs trade and finance. 693 N. Orini J. C. McKELLAR, INC.

i5rrea excellent tiled and irrigated .Ia. Trent room Evans.OccupancyOct. Broker.I equipped. Located la Ave Phone 9857.- 714Clarmore Dr., West_Palm_Beach Tie day. Best prices are paid. Bring ,o kvej5612!

lal.I. 4-room house on paved road. 34g N. Bet Ave. Winter Park 618. Complete1 the business district.Leese MONEY FOR SICKNESS-Get rah SETTERS-The Albert- car Thursday to HOU7Rbon'aMotr PLYMOUTH coupe 1935. good con
: maT A {real farm for half cash. Or.ndo h..r the TI- re cO Auction. 2120 S. cash balance
"OR 155. 3 stores. A bargain at to pay doctor or h.sPlt.1 Florida Central Ave.. Bio.1m dition. 425. (225
W( K. Prc. 246 8 FARM WANT"h bu.r (5375 Call Jack Lockamy with C. W. Credit 21 W. Pine. l .t.I.. Fla. urgently SL. Can Trai. Ph. 7349 for particulars. ; monthly Call 590O after 5:30 p m.

t Deslrabl .. home high abr Or a.! Phone 6385. businesses and and Strout W.lter. Realtor. 672 N. Orange; I east of Grand Th.te. _ offer steady attn pay rate. D. VARNER. INC. wants to Duy your PACKARD.-lg4lClioper. Like new

sad ... MauUf.1. D.Vt hom.. frms. or_2-6652. _ _ -CASU-LA S FurDtur. St. Petersburg u in the throes of a auto or truck and will pay top in every respect. Jim Cumbie Cars.
,sal Lak Dora D. Sutb R.lt. 318l GROCERY AND" PRODUCE-Busiest aervce real building boom and of. prices Immediately. D. Varner Inc.. 904 N Orsnre Lie Phone 2-4521.

t.Si., XPOMr with 15x24.I., Heat-O- mz AGAINST INFLATION GROVES-HOMES-BUSINESSES 1 In Average (250 I Family Loan ... 501 Florida derful oppor'untes I pay. .on you Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 PLYMOUTH-1941 Special DeLuxe

.t i .r built-in-floor oil I. your property with aggressive "pt. .t.n .e1 Rank Bid*.. R W. Callis. m.nae. to d01 .rit at once W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. sedan Very clean Jim Cnmble

=. :bedroom*. each I. Belt th* hUh. eost of living by rsls- 672 Realtors.N. Orange Chenault A.... &Phone Jennings'231.GROV Ine 1750.GsrCn.r Real Estate Agency, 29 Phone 2-1661. USHER-Must have neat appearance FRANK RE really knows how to Cars. 904 N. Orange Av*. Phone "YOUR PACKARD DrALZR" -
and
Big vegetables. -
your
., exposure. ample closets .rblck.n Sutb Court St. Dial 2-4481. over 16. Apply at Colony Theatre. get dol.r for your ear 1-4521..
Ade. You ran kep a .on -Homes, busm LW CASH RIGHT NOW-To finance or Winter Park.SOCNOMEN. or equity. five minutes. 342 K. Crane Ave. Phone 8147
> Bath With BHUt-m GROCERY and meat PLYMOUTH-1946 Special DeLnxesedan.
'ul.e. I tbh twenty acres fine SOIL The four. like to bav a listing of mat G Why give "em away us a
caste space In house Is all furnished and stok. Dm! 190 ..kl nfnane autos-or rssh for any 19 to 26 years of age Gi. One with SOO actual miles.
roan you erl,. A. G. Wagner. Broker. 1209 chance 201 N.
floors and plywood bn ine.s or personal need. Acceptance -
ICald linoleum ( Roper Realty, interested In installation telephone 3 to choose from. Jim Cumbi Cars.
room. ahretlnathroughout.. I can have possession at once. Owner Edgewater Drive _ UrD. Corporation Home office at Trail; '883.iYMCTOR..
Phone 3-4521.
iturriar hat to give but health will Church and : 2313.GROYMARKEose central equipment Must be 904 N. Orange Ave.
Under bousegara I up GROVES have several 430 N. Orange in Orlando. Phone ofic INC. will buy sell
Laskdacaprd lot. W.-EI single
I : and lOs. Tie no* permit to operate e b.r calls for and country 7136. Offices at Cocoa. Winter Ha- talent hb Iho Iaduat. or fUt car for the hl.bd.lar. PLYMOUTH 1940 2-door."Profit Exceptionally -
"arlal It at (5,000 OO. See In. clean. 995. with
excellent hoes D.W properties. Your litstngs will be ap one and St. Cloud. Same coodltloo See at W. Central
roof hUN IB hula von Willing to travel u 20 or W. Central
1. with O. P. Swope. 5512 oldet .e.lct as ProphittV Used Cars. 800 EVANS'DAILY
Mo*. 1st. Take prrlat"c Wm. O. Rencher Broker. .st.bllb.d ted 518.HGHET R. S.
: .IU. neighborhood I.ctrlal mecb.ol.l or com- Ave.
lan" price of (12.ooo for .onlytfcmih .ulrkt Wablnlton. Phone 9620. went includes .tore.large walk-in box.Qull 63. Mortgage Loans fStrl.oc. in CASH Paid for good clean PLYMOUTH-1942 4-door. New paint

I 1 ..by Morse appointment* Co.. Real- O TJOOM HOUSE Shade fruit. GRVE HOMES. BUSINESS prop tric milk and butter box. deep freeze :._ __ establishing starting .ae.. Call Mr. Wltrr.Park Motors.Fairbanks lob: new motor overhaul: plastic
Harry E. are waiting J. B. Blair at San Juan Hotel from and ; phone 900.
BUTes box and electric meat Leaseto Ne.
I qbrubbery. hardroad. electr CUbr. GROVE AND RANCH LOANS 4% seat cover Individual will cell
I Xusti Fla ph 18. fU Kazaros. Realtor 672 J. Orange .e January 1st. 1952 S7S per 8 to 5 p.m. Western Electric Co. Inc. .
# Ity. school rash Immeiliate .lnterest-20 years to pay-No fees. cheap. 104 W. Central Av*
Lockney. owner Phone 299.HOUSE month Pl. for quick sale at Realtors. EXPERIENCED R. S. EVANS.World's Largest Auto
:
J Lockaiejr Rd.. ,_Highway_ WANTED-We have prospects ". Harlow G. Pmp. Oranne.se.lr. R.-Mell oIn. MAN for floor selling. SAS Dealer" Is only interested In buyIng 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale DOZEN
s
for modern 5 and 6roomboraes. Fredrick. Business Broker 118 N. opportunity for good man to makepermanent the finest. Will purbue any
miles 3 cottage4erened
S2. irate- for Sale 44.4. I ou& room your house for sale.call Orange. Dial 8188. make
i connection. Apply In year or pay an unbelievable
: 2acrf. fruit: I on an types of long per moe DODGE-1938. H ton panel truck
acre land 25 In grove. (lipOO. ter.prch. OalU.Realtor 812 I Alen .ohnn. lalor. 140; N.in LANS terms: low pro"rr: Immei- son to .Thorpe Furniture Co. 221 W. 4321 "r.. the .pL Call Good tires. Mechanically aood
0101&5 N.f I I. HIGHWAY beer Church.UPHOLSTERER or offer It. See t
wearing; 11 acres young : 2-14. Homes" l-92-Rst.ur.nt ate service. B.rlo.G. Best over (250 gets *
teesuaachssVs lUtln I wine gas 20 paved N. Orange Ave. Phone 8188. -Must be first class. 300 W. Church 6U between 7 (Jn.

cash Mr. On : Business Property for Sale driveway. 6-room apartment (1.6O hr. Steady work to competent SELL OR TDJ us your car. Or- and 7 pm. 12 Outstanding Buys Listed DaEy
MA H I W* have pros unfinished cabin Space for cabins I none other anse ., H. Dean Ross 130
WA
5809. IU"I BOUSE HOUSE TRA1TER1947e 21 ft. Butane
PMattom.- 145 J Mat units. Location and 4-bedroom or trailer park With or without lake 1.0. 2911 N. rnldpr4 R s N. Orange Ave. Phone 410s after e I .
4. Used weeks.Priced
3
1 AS sleep
MONEY AVAILABLE low interest Av. gas.
HOME ARTNI homes in good W. B.Nlcloln frontage. rh. Midway 11 ml. N. m. call 4646.
A"DORV1 ( (500 month. loaUoo. Ca WELL-DRILLER Must master I to sell. rash or terms. Can be '
& S Orlando Rt. 1. Box 115. Maltland. rate on well located rsldoU.1 b 400 N. ORANGE
p"ol, flnt. with shaded lawn 04 portnnity for business location Reator. I properties In Orlando drier and know all f.ra GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any seen Box 252-B, Forest City R4- **
I. street. First class pd.cc quoted to Interested parties. Lal S&LSTNGS LOCKSMITH SHO> Completely and Winter Park No brokerage. pay good hours. you mak or model. StarlingAlexanderMotors mile from Old Apopka Highway.

fro.iUUM 64 paved fIll branDs trrL alost- Herman Goodwin Ine. Broker. 677 equipped well established business.Excellent Bettes Investment CO. 25 W. Washington cannot Qu.lf, pl.a. do not apply. 501 N. Orani Avt. Phone HOUSE TRAILER-Glider, sleep 4. DIAL 4771
sieve .3 b NL _Orange; dial_9855.5O.8INE53pjtpERTyU. WANTED-Wa protect the location Hoe 49 S-Star. Phone 8513. Libby W. Church '8 8.
1* *n sour r matP as the Sam 71 electric brake Coleman store with
you be4lwv sU"r .el bUTe. A MOTOR St. SPOT CASH PAID for your used car ,
I 1200 t* 1SOO b.. 409 Orange cOUT-ilne stat.n oven ice box. Priced to sell 691
; : .1 PrIce 110.1 terma Bryant In the investment future oldarntown Hutn.Broke. Located REAL ESTATE LOANS Low IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT for ex See .J. C. MrKele. "Your ParkudDale. Formosa Et near Fairbanks. Winter CHEVROLET 3 p (*e8er

O. Herman Qw. Ine-. Broken business property, investigate 253.LTaS priced right, good terms. New and To buy. build or refinance cot nencc outside eldtor. A 342 Ora... Ave. Phone Park club coupe. Like new12MA

TIN >_ this good piece on West Church modern the kind the public demands and business property. The Trust furnished. Oo :14.
oa.. B4. small house on it which WANTED-Due to the In Jim M. Caldwell with Asher Bankat for advancement App personto
Department of ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for 4 door
Ph. 2-1239 1
2 Frt Natona 1 PLYMOUTH-35 Plcknp. DESOTO- 39 Custom
WRIURNOOROVE eif. would cover tax costs until bulldli cre.sd number of InQulre. w* Peter. Realtor 12 8. Main; 2-0786. Orlando nor. Tor Furniture Co. 221 W. clean used cart. Cumbie .o.
; time. Price Call n more listings of 2. I Ji sedan. Radio overdrive one
I "r..U mi. M| ore. Realtor 1.80.. 109 O'U.ra-. Pne.C 3 and 4 bedrooms. Also business. RESTAURANT for sale-Downtown 904 Nor Orang 4nDue Phone SPARTAN ENGINEERED like an air owner, clean. __OS3
light
electric Will sacrifice at 2-521. liner for a lifetime of service

t-n*. ..r.. *. Price (SOOO In- XTRAL AVE.-Ideal business locaC -I Realtor.income Dial properties.88S1 or Joe 6638.G. A7e. Iaton. (3.000 In 1. BUILD OR BUY your OW home. Use 66. Sales Help Wanted WAN IITY-O clean Save on brand new models Frank OLDSMOBILE 1942 Hjdramatic -
I preanat cr00 .f fruit caah or In 63 ft. on Central Av*. 9-room ( .&0 cash. 211 W. Church St. the "Direct Reduction Jim Reed. 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail *
Flan Wi d.Ua. 4 door sedan. Very *e*
,
rr 233 H. ddalex. garai Income from DISTRIBUTOR Man living In Win
Jan Broa. Broken 3-car Plan" See First Federal Savings Jernlgan Cars 600 West .
I & tOr All for LISTINGS WANTED-Clients wait RADIO KOP-CoplPt and full Use Ce SPARTAN MANOR Is so easy to towyou'll thruout $t2
c.qplez (104 ter Garden or Clermont handle
T Mala 'I.I ,J month Estate.110.5. ing. E. P. Realtor 32 E.KneSt.J equipped s.rc. part Call A and Loan Association of Orlando. SO distributorship of Orlando t Evening rat never know. It's the new
Kn. E 8Ia)0. WICKtns. 6247.TIRE East Pine at Court Street. Weekdays
1. Save (767 new
(If urb 'OpenSunduy.i ." > 681.uT Star. Apply circulation department.ask BN NEED of 1846 and 1947 Spartan Manor. on STUDEBAKER-1M1 GMUurt-
9-12.
9-2. Saturdays Frank Reed Trailer Sales.
and older cars. HarleyWadswortb models
, i ,i UCKKN FARM-. acHes rrom Orlando. GS WANTED-Homes. groves for Mr. Hamilton or Mr. Me 615 North Orange Ave. 201 N. Orange Blossom Trau. dun 4 door sedan. Beautiful Mack
I S apU 2t 4 from Winter Let ns help you cell your Ginnis. finish overdrive a new
Pal Telephone 1 8597.
m. (3.000-To finish house _ _
I land. 112 N. BUSCentrD NEE 10. ROUTE 41995it
: AH large bearing 1 property. Hall Bro. Agency. SA MLNAOSR-For car tires
-aul give 1st GET for
Jrr root 2 bungalow for elec- Orsnge. dial unde contnl.n. Wi Must be sober TP'C"SH-PRIC your ear
eoodttHm. Sour 1le bnatd ber.ee.
I t .kitchen city 28 heavyaring 10ctP fully equipped reloptng mortgage "1. 1. 1 opportunity for modeL Used FORD-1941 Super Deluxe 2 door

! i 1 t This atork.U MostlY Uben ranges :.Ou.rt the t orange trees: 3 outbuilding FOR nIT ATTENTION and stock equipment yulaoln.will.bop 60 d.n. Write Box 9. Sta. right man. Bs G' S-Star. S Csr,. Phone Exchange.22882.PONT 219. W. Washington sedan Radio, new tIres, very

O. a.** be ev* it or I a I rat proofed; electric brooders a.df property with be bought at a reasonable price.c.o 64. \'aottd-Fpmale TOP NOTCH-AGE 2435D. (100 AUQIONTONIGHT nice. Special at __ -.***
machine. Propertyneed SELL fur less than will
. WWashington liner picking we
t. Dative. Williams. Realtor. 21 W.W.stOD week interest
. can I*** Boke Mate Owner baa other interests. For one you FUo. d"fnt.
I and cross fenced for chicken pay. Get all yon can for your oldcar
' cal 'IU I r with a number of ele..td coops Phone 810WE 'or this type business this is I BOKKPE- EaprleMd. an contact.neat appearance Must have .al. nD. .hl. the getting I still ._. CHRYSLER- 87 4 door co4aO.Runs .
.
14 Income property : Investigating. Ask for Mr combinaton. and.o eucatina Shop ten sell here a* to and drives very gwod-J9B
. : HAVE BUYERS wanting groves W. Cunb tak.round. Th op
I accommodations. Price nnfur- largest many others done. Central FlorIda -
i Phone A. T. business property and home Forimmediate Bros.. Anne 112 I MACHINE portunity to tb on.n- P. 2-2424.
hale 7950. terms. Rralor. N BOKKEPIO OPE- I
Acreage for lation in Its field. Mon 1 RanD Ph
:I u ** Carter. 9516. Jamerson and sale list with F. A. Allison. Orange Ave. Copl.t ralln.
1111. :189. :lr.nc. Car 101 W. CENTRAL
Realtor. 37 W. Washington. given. nr. Wrte
er excellent oH R".lon 12 g Main. plies tr.t. n"n O. Box Waiter Box 7 3. Used Cars for Sale
: i- sincerely 3228. _ 8tar. age
IU NOBLE Pioneer Broker. .
term
sold at 11000 on ey and acre of land on good SM. and experience.WANTED 7:30 P.M.HOUSEHOLD .

taken *t one*. MrKel.. Broker. I klrhway corner one and a hal .anl lots your 11Ul en WET.SIEos in on paved bl"b LmIRIPor general hou e- AT ONCE Man or womanto BUICK-1942 Cars.Special 804 K.Sedanette.Orange;JmCmil DIAL 4321
I homes card. ARTICLES
t _a EaHCentralAread*. riles West of t01 This propr property..ro.e.Ph. 124 8. buslD house with pari lutlsP 2-4809. hell Ph service customers for famous
and 691. MaI tre 452.
'I' large make good
on raid Watkins products In Orlando.
1 1'. AcRES. ftlniO'Llk. Winter .aid trailer park too if desired. PriceS WE-HAVE BUE waiting for all Inc on highway which can utilizedfor CLERK-TYPIST-For real estate and lished business brings (45 Et.1 BUICK-'42 SpeciaL Will trad for OLDSMOBItE HydranatfeSedanert
FIts BenltOI Call O'Harra-Moore. Real- types of property. For many types of business. Lot 66X ." Tpl. .eetl ton track, or buy
I 300 00. isur.nr .n 2-1. average starting immediately. No 100 *. Radio. ori0aal S-ene
186. Price (6450 with terms. Jane in house
Uf. 2-2380. 109 Pin quick results call H. F. Boland. Ream large Call in Se John Fleming DEMING
920
i r 'ir. E CLERK-'I-YPIST---National Insurance Iv."tm.n& finish. This car a spotessSl35w
pnn
I 4J Bros. 235 N. 7559 trailer 01 FairrUla-Wlnter GardenRd.
Orange
672 M. :
r1. tor. Carrlgsn BIdg Brok@r M.I W. Frank .
& dry land ..1I DE IN-East: location top fie GOOD partner firm desires rlpr-tJlst 5.1 CIODla Dn. _
; .Of HAtUStlClpJKly i home: clean as n.. 2-4551. TIET-TAE week. Employe n.ft. 692. ACT NOW Make (25 selling 5 ctff. PLYMOUTH-1941 Special Delux --
,f 1 .* for poultry 'ala- U ores 2 baths nicely furP will NEED LISTINGS on all kinds of busi estate agen- FOUNTAIN boxes 21 for (1 Xmas cards Also 5 BO1CKS-As well a* other make 733V.. CHURCH ST. 4 door sedan. Radio, **ry
e Bow S-Star. .
cy. GIEsprlnc'nli.Appy I Nice selection. Orange Co.
uick who are nesses-Pllling groceries.etc. 6 I 25 for with Buck
i bom For It those (1 W3S
e and s prlru.r. 111. saton. O .mb clean
J.L.mr eltrws Bt" .nns If Clients Boland. COMPLETE BLOCK PLANT And I 100 .. on ap- H. Dean Ro 530 N. Ave -
122 del. Lrn Doo .altne. .
.0750. Smpl. slm. .
: silly Pal.r__ N. Brown. Realtor. 672 N. seven acm of white commercialsand _; Knowl 1 pro".1 70 St., Dept. '; Phone 510 dtr I P. call 466. CHEVROLET-1941 I door re-
Phone OFFICE GIRL-
.. Orange: over ZOO.OOO yardsV and GiERAL I N.'J. CADILLAC 1941 2-tone sedan. (220O
"
io ACRC8.-.Mostly roUI.Pn and "J OEST HOMI-Clo to post office _2-55. 5613 today. adjoining 130.OOO yards th o abort.nd Apply 602 N. "f.ak 2 Excellent condition 37.0OO miles dan. An excellent bury at _.$195
bedrooms
of IPITSPORSALE-Catl
; ..V a* 2 Uke Ln. I and center t..o "dressing or fill Commere'alsand Orange \AReUable hustler to suc By original owner Webb 24592or
$ ely and completely n- Realtor. Metcalf BMI.LIG5 di. > to supply ronsnmers M. sedan.
wtttt Herman Oondwin 1. J. furl.dI CI.yb.ah. and on trucks by HOTEL 2710 N. BUICK 1939 4-door
965*. I udlnl linens etc. 1 ez- W the .as. MA.aRtd-EJreoc.. with 200 household necessities Orale.COL Looks run and drives gao4
: I
: ANm san'i se" for $2 per stU.d.
o.. Oarag can .
a if T In Polk Count families. -!
eDdIU.n. yard dirt or I. Mrs Bomford floor Ancebilt Norbel 15 5 HOUR Hurry $9M

: &3.1.Caylu. K.ncbe .nd 'lunbertand I .t ennrP into aparrDt landa.Corner. Cal A.r.12 T. Carter.5. Main.EmrRNORTEN 9516. ; Jamerioa & ,dellpr.l 1'11 on tracks by drac-.' Hotel 1U age. occupation sold reference 3O Rawleish's Stat. COUPE 1929. An old

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U7d36
RANCHES "SI_ 191$ I with "M.I line. This 1 din sells for not les than MAID-Experienced cook for family Memphis untr rote I hard t beat on CHEVROLET Convertibleehib

Frter "He (rk A. T. -Buster- Carter. JSlfmerson BUE.4 per toad delivered. ltr of 2. Live In. References. 457 E Tenn.. .DpPAl3GY8 207 E.Livingston. his di. h My bUI. I coupe. Radio ions food
Asher R.lt. Hom. CLEANING
Ask
MrC.t
.- 8. and Carter. Realtors. 12 8aln. makinr concrete blocks New England. Ph. Winter Park 245. Orlando. furnishing prr. needs pamL 2 day special at-Jott
.W 1 Ma.I )( or unf.rh. Frank Moore. Brok- easily make 5 per day--use m" own P.t automobiles. This one has new .
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for Sale UuEST HOUSE-Some? lady or cou- er. 9720. and and D six cents pr block NURSE WANTED-To assist In office 67. Employment hog killing good motor and .o rub PLYMOUTH-1940 S door sedim.
I 54. Lots FREE APPRAISALS property is close Winter AKfnele ber. 225. J. b-iltb Or-
g pie who wants an exceptional guest oUur 1 of. .u.po Toying essential.Teephons R 11 J. One owner very nfco tan-o-
We will you and on a main blrhway. Due t ange.
.IA AVK- K_1018' beautiful H rase opportunity at .a m.t.cost It. Of chart .1. the current market to my *...od are I .il sacrificeand 2-39 or 72s.MARKEHCKIR BROWN'S PEN SEVC SERVICE out 594$
of
grape-
out and
ajBOBK l1d will o value of your property. No obligation sell the entire busin land and acllt. I 1OU .ant
fr-Twil r.atnabl Phon.EXYUU.Y 1g muM investigate attractivevht and one girl work come .
Vrnr tb. Phone 7811. Wm. MatheWS with JPanjM for only \51 CenUa I 0
: .4 room house ( In m.rb'ne" 10.0e -Good hones want CHEVROLET-1942 2-dor sedan New
broms' Kolar. Broker. le.eal oUc.orl. help 636
lew al high class residential amount my present inmrnt. and wsges. A IREA cb Is w overflow from one of Central .GOOD MORNINO-Mr. Davis speak Tills will b gold .1 Steam Laundry FtbuhP. 69. Work Wanted-Female Olin's Used 12 M. Garlandphone ; PECK'S QUALITY CLEANERS
e
locatlona .a jorida's most popular tourist hotel ing. Yea sir. well be clad to list active "0. Fall 1."t.U. In Ol.odo _
p.eatrto. 234.CERL
w_ of salesmenwill vitedr.frr to any ron. TO SELECT FROMIc.aL
One
: not ordinarily your property. our PHONE 6055
IMSW Ul a-"M-.w- 4 in ID-a. f.nlo. house be out inspect It.Thank Hsven Ter. if desired. O. W. Bent- MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST-Must be COLORED MAID-Capable and f. 1941 Wor sdan

ler W. 'Hoa Investment Co 4. N J It.,. only' a guest O-Uarra you. to.' t. C. B. Davis I,. t..r. Iq "v. "D" N. W.. Winter able to type 5H day week Wrtuqualifications prence. Desires day work. 10 On's Used Cars J..
3356M. rIce 1985. Cal to 97. S-Star. K. Dnv. Garland; pboe 2-17.
Cttana. Oran A.** .O.1. M.r toore. 10 I Realtor 41, W. Wa.t Haven. F. D


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