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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Tropical Football Results !t Canned Juice fl 1- We Always Catch It in the Same Place! Grain Plunge


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Mississippi 14, Kentucky 7. "uv%

Texas 33, Texas Tech. 0. Prices Jump r _ Follows DropIn

Storm Seen Iowa .59, North Dakota State 0. \

; Missouri 19, St. Louis U. 0. -


Loss Climbs Villanova Clemson 42'60, Presbyterian Kingspoint 0.0. After Storm I.r: A \ ( WAR( / MoNtte livestockLong


South Carolina 27, Newberry 6. Losses Reflected (

Washington & Lee 13, ,Quantico Marines 0.

Mississippi Iowa State 31, I Idwa Teachers 14. In Nation's Sales List Shows

6 Montana Teachers 0.
Resorts Wrecked Oregon (Special to The Sunday Sentinel!Star] Recent Declines .
I [For other sports see Pages 6-9] I NEW YORK-The Florida
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!TPy A'ser'creJ Press! i hurricane and its attendant wiqtWSpI IBf The Associated Press

A rising death toll from the loss of citrus already is push- Wheat, corn and oats continued

fearful hurricane that swept Slates J Death ClaimsMr. 1 ing the prices of old pack /.. ,)_ v ; 5Lf5oTI ; their marathon plunge

the Eastern Gulf Coast was Apopka i canned citrus juices higher. on the nation's major markets,

counted last night as ebbing L. L. Lowry i The reaction on the part of rns.4c1 I yesterday, heralding a' pos

waters permitted a survey of the trade was almost Immediate.-- sible puncture in the record

casualties and destruction. Phone HearingFlorida Citrus Leader !i Stocks in warehouses are extremely 4 .- high cost of living.

Twenty bodies were recovered In low. considering the record Tr The tumble in grain prices-

the of the Railroad Commis- -fr- fifth In the last six days the
Biloxl-Gulfport vicinity: Mr. Lionel L. Lowry, 54, monthly consumption rate$ ,. on
Mississippi Coast resort area. --1__ -" world's largest exchange at Chicago -
sion will hold an open hear and the cautious buying of the -
in Florida citrus
where the storm was deadliest. I T ing on the phone service in ;! prominent .i past year apparently is going to' 7 -was accompanied by de-

The Red Cross reported as many, circles for many years, died ,[prove embarrassing to handlers. $ -
Apopka City Hall at 9:30: a.m. ,I CofC Drive Pledged.
81 dead or missing. 'D9 _
as Memorial
persons ;, yesterday at Orange : Grapefruit which has been mov- ,- ,

emphasizing that the reports were not verified The Gulfport Chiefof Traylor of the Stauffer Chemical
weeks. ling steady in price now is in active yesterday pledged a drive
Police was quoted as saying Co.. Apopka. I demand at : 'i"r to return"the American
slightly improved ,:: economy
Born in Plant City, Mr. Low-
100 bodies were expected to. be t Either Comr. Jerry Carter or '!levels. 45 c- to peace-time conditions'" with
recovered from the ruins of ry was manager and vice-pres s. $ /c/ emphasis on "much lower taxes'
WUbur King or both will be The /4
National Retail Owned Gro- -
ident of DiGiorgio Fruit Corp.of and balanced living costs.
smashed Pass Christian. :
present. Traylor *said to hear i I iceries, with 3,000 stores one of _
Winter Haven, with which '
for At the Blloxl.safety concern of many' was Sllssis-felt |, complaints about the service j firm he was associated for more (I the biggest outlets in the nation i _, I a'a'II clines during the last few days in

alp pi Coast fishermen who were I provided by the Florida Telephone than 35 years.He 1 reported yesterday late grapefruit I : livestock prices and a long list of

Corp.. with home office j Juice was moving fast. commodities.
reported t. have scurried to | served as director and past !
In Ocala. which has "d terio- The After soaringto an an time-
is
Louisiana marshes when the vice-president of the Florida Citrus -I price now from 75 to 80
hurricane bore down. !j| .rated to nothing. Exchange.Mr. cents for No. 2s and $I.n to J peak Tuesday. the Associated
I i AH interested citizens are askedto i $1.80 for 46-ounce. Press wholesale price: index of
Cosman Eisenbrath. Biloxl newspaper .
Lowry was a member of the I 44
man said a Coast Guard !|. be at the meeting.A preliminary' Masonic Lodge Ehriner. Elks Club There are less than 2 million II 35 commodities went into a
I meeting will be held at the chemical left i I steady slump for the remainder
{cases in Florida ,
and the
plane had made contact with 401 and the Tampa and Lakeland II I / .
company's: offices at 8;30 ajn. ,/ of the week.
of the fishermen who were safe. Yacht Clubs.sUrvivors I I monthly rate of consumption is -

and was searching for about 160 I to prepare. material for the hearlag. -j are his widow Mrs. 1.7oo,000.cases. i .- The week-to-weelc decline in theo

others. Myrtle Louise Lowry The reported loss of from four I Index.thef1rslnfour weeks vu ,
{ ; one son ,
.. In New Orleans 4.000 volun-I The new dial system,Installed I ::to five million boxes of grapefruit T ----I the largest since APriL
t Lionel F. Lowry Jr., of Winter
p teers were called to stem"the inflow Apopka son3e*' months ago. has Haven: one daughter. Mrs. Alan i''during, the storm by the U. S. I II Nine Americans Heavy selling swept otton futures -

of flood water,pushed by' given continual trouble and the Department of i First
up Anderson of Orlando; two granddaughters i Agriculture Is an Eight Qualify Grapefruit downward more than $2 a

yesterdays storm.. I many complaints made to the Nancy and Jean An- :immediate loss and does not figure Killed in Crash bale in New York.
Damage to New Orleans prop', commission caused it to call the the anticipated heavy droppage : Corn headed the grains in the

erty. the areas crops and the hearing ,air the situation. derson of Orlando, and one brother :which should result from the beat- i: Of Army Airplane grain,price collapse dropping the
fishing industry was cpunted in Charles M. Lowry of Miami. F For City i Post Of 47Picked full eight-cent limit in Chicagofor
the tens of millions. Most of the (rouble, it is said Funeral arrangements will be ling i administered by the wind. I NAZCA. Peru (UP) Fourteen the third successive tlay. At
The entire coastal has resulted largely from inferior I When the droppage figure and I Ii .
area was ,j sJ Kansas City the cereal also
announced the Hand
cable and which has by Carey persons including eight U.
under mart1&1la. last night,as equipment the total loss become general If W S. [PREACHER] ALLEN [Speerat to The Sunday $ .,t l"let-Starl dropped the eight-cent limit per
the storm blew lUel out harm been replaced. Funeral Home. 'I Army officers and one American
i ilessly mitted under exchange rules.
knowledge and an established fact i rn-e Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer] FT. PIERCE-Pickers invaded
In Northeast Texas. killed in the crashof
1 woman. were The week long drop In livestock
The Miami 'Weather Bureau re- I a healthy price increase for the, One of the hottest and most I a U. S. Army transport plane the groves of the prices ranged from a few

ported a new storm brewing. however i France Belies Red I remaining canned pack Is certain.' interesting political cam- : cents to several dollars a hnn-
. ChargesNEW [while en route from La Paz Bolivia Gentile Brothers here yesterday -
4n the Caribbean
area. The lower East Coast losses are deadweight at the nation's IX
The estimated dead or missing paigns in Orlando's historywas to the United States. j and started gettingthe principal markets. Wholesale

was swelled by reports' of'IB dead { YORK tAP France tooka i But he did say that there is no I pretty Tell established but the Information predicted last nfght after Among the American victims : first carloads of 1947 prices for eggs coffee. batter g

.I at Waveland Miss.; fire to 12'dead. firm stand beside the United truth in Soviet charges that the t from Bradenton Manatee four candidates were Lt. Col. William A. SUllivan.: and flour slumped somewhat
at Pass Christian and 21 men States on broad questions before I[ Sebring Lake Placid and Sarasota -i qualified, head of the American air mission i' Florida grapefruit, ready for shipment durlngtheweek.

aboard three missing fishing boats. the United-Nations Assembly yes Italy To Be Considered.NEW j are not too well known. Indications bring to eight the number seeking! to market. Earlier in the week; the Bureau
train Bolivian Harry
of to pilots Sgt.
GOT. Wright Mississippi and ; -
I terday and said there was little that will be the post of city commissioner from: j The fruit will be trucked to of Labor Statistics reported that
are they
his adjutant general sped the hope of healing the rift between YORK tAP] The United Ward 2 in the white voters' Oct. 7 T. Boerel Sgt. William W., winter Park and packed at the wholesale prices of foods and farm
stricken area to Inyutgataand! the U. S. and Russia now. States proposed formally yesterday I heavy. II primary election. Knisley and Mrs. William Pool. : products reached an ftlTtime high '
direct law enforcement. It that admission of Italy to i Orange juice is I Gentile house there. It will move
was an almost wholly ,pessimistic practically sold American members of the I last weekend. In another report 4
On. of the Identified dead was the United Nations be recon- Tossing: their hats Into the North via ACL starting about
review of the world ,(out throughout the nation except, I crew were Lt George Hammer :, Saturday the bureau said living
Ce.rge WUtemaath. 77, Blloxlnlf situation that sidered at the next meeting: of ring shortly before the midnight hit all
Georges Bidault. and Sg-ts. Stokowitch Hasllp Tuesday.The costs for city dwellers an
ht watchman who died at his :for the California Valencia pack. deadline E. B. Moses, Colo- I I,
the Security Council. were I
1.orm. French Foreign Minister madeon I! I Hendricks and Cinert, all sta- Gentiles figured they had time high in July and probablyhad
pot during the the fourth day of general : It is bringing $1.15 to $1.20 niattown drag store owner Rob- : tioned at the Panama Air Base. I climbed "a lot higher" since
The threat of wholesale lootingwas I I IJ' : ert It!. Howard and about 50,000 boxes of early
debate In the Assembly. Marshall Economic Plan to aid for No. 2s and $2.75' to $2.80 for pharmacist Mrs. Pool was the wife of the then.
acute and National Guard Bidault also told his colleaguesIn Europe seeks to "enslave" that : 6-ounce.. Colonlaltown real estate broker; 'American Army instructor at'' grapefruit to move from their '
and Army troops had' orders to the four-power: Foreign Minis-J' continent. |'I i, Harry' A. Banks. auto sales manager Cochabamba Bolivia. Because she groves here but'the hurricane
shoot to kllL I t,;ter's Council that solutions to the I In contrast to France's posi Blends are very strong and active -' and Atty. Walter B. Wal- !'I was seriously ill she was given at : cost them 35 per cent of this, The Weather
Meanwhile an aerial survey off at $1 to $1.05 for No. 2s and
.
den.
German question. on which the tion. Dr. Masaryk. Foreign Minister i leaving about -35,000 boxfs.
the Mississippi resort area along I i$2.20-$2.25! for 46-ounce. the last moment the seat originally I ORLANDO AND VICINITYPartly -
the Gulf Coast revealed that the' Council Is widely. split. must be of Czechoslovakia. took the I', Previously Qualified with the reserved for Sgt. Boerel's! The fruit ruined by the storm i I cloudy with occasional
area was a shambles. ; found soon. The Council will discuss -L f Soviet side on the major issues white voters exec ive committee'Bolivian wife of a few days Mrs. isn't salvageable for no canneryin ', showers today and tomorrow.
Dan GalOII)' reporter for the I Germany at its meeting set I before the UN. i Hope Held For Finding ,were Glenn L Hollioay. former city Elvira Aramayo Boerel. whose life i the State is operating. 1- *
New Orleans States flew 10.I I for-- November in London. Masaryk. however said he would plumbing inspector; Clarence A. was thus spared. The other five I
Bidault did not refer to Russian I make" effort to close the 28 Plane ParachutistsMANILA I Cracker Jim Sez:
every
,- ver the coast and said The ) !Johnson outboard motor dealer: I victims were Bolivian Army officers -
entire area was rased. He said charges that there is "war breach between the two Great API A ground party Frank E. Wright, auto dealer and invited to visit the United Three Men of Wedding Them there tablevittuj crops

the resort 'towns .f Waveland j,i mongering- the United States. Powers. I i t I and four small spotter planes 'Henry M. Burch, real estate States by the American Embassy Party Die in Crash is shore In the croon an from the
and Clerment Harbor were "al- I headed for Northern Luzon late broker. in La Paz. I: way the sun'a been a shinta they
most destroyed. Crocodiles Devour 25 !I yesterday with high hopes of finding The field of seven candidates for I'I'Chinese : CHICAGO (LAP Three men one'I igonna grow -
Crop damage was high. William Rexall Executives j I alive at least some of the 28 )the single post on the council to, Nationalists : a prospective bridegroom were worse'n weedS.
L. Roark. county agent of Apides I Indian Flood Refugees U. S. Air Force men who parachuted be vacated by Com. J. J. Newell I IRe burned fatally and two were seared I That groun is -
Parish. Louisiana said between 30 Felicitate Stroud BOMBAY IUP Crocodiles, from their lost transport In set something of a record for the -C pture Tungcheng I by flames yesterday when their plenty wet an -
and 30 per cent of the cotton bad evacuation boat it stormy weather about 1 am. The number of candidates seeking an NANKING lAP Governmentforces automobile crashed and became a [them seeds an
., not been picked and that rice.un- swamped an as crashed abandoned plane was 1 the Communist i blazing pyre. The dead were sprouts is shore
Management.'Here battled turbulent flood waters of ( pursuing:
harvested because of lack of storage :the Ganges River yesterday and 1 sighted near Cordon. I Continued on Page 2. CoL 6] ,; raider Liu Po-Cheng were credited!' Richard Padula. 23. who was to ,ready to take root
facilities was caught In the I 1 have been married today, his an start growtn.j -
Congratulations on the modernization |devoured 24 of 25 persons aboard. by Chinese press dispatches yesterday 1
# fields. j of Stroud's Rexall Drug I I The only survivor was an old woman ENGINEER COHEN PREPARES FOR OPENING with recapture of Tung of : Scaffa.brother,20.Fred.Eugene 30. Chiostri.and Joseph 23. I j Bill tole Whenny me we gonna done 2
130 miles southwest i iNanking.
who clungto a floating cheng
Store No. 3 here received by corpse and Casimir Zacharski. 23. were the best
were aave
Police Ask Ban Night and Hwoshan. 40 milesnorthwest
until unidentified to
on an man swam
telegram yesterday by Joseph A. her rescue. The woman said nine of Tungcheng. j reported in critical condition. Winter vittul crop what we ever
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Football After On At WHOO an its jest on account of all
Stabbing Stroud. OHbwner: ,. from Justin A. of the victims were members of Expert Job seen. .
: the rains an the fact that .eaJnt
Take
OMAHA IAP1 Police Chief Robert Dart. president of Rexall. J. A.Oalvin .', her family. t Yugoslav Troops Mother, 'Cured' Mental 'gonna have no kUhn frost till

Munch yesterday night asked football school ; chairman of the ..board I I Here's the engineering expert Is in the bands of Mr. Jules Co I Highway From Italians Case, Kills Two; Children plumb after Santa Claus gets here.
officials to stop
games after a melee at a high j and O. S. Culver. vice-president. ,;i Italians Demonstrate II I who is working night and day. hen..30-year-old senior engineerof I TRIESTE (API Allied Military | INDEPENDENCE;Va. [UP] Officers Bill says them seeds is the finesthe
"We are glad to have had seven days a week to put SVHOOs10,000watt Weldon and i Government said yesterday -: said ever seen in years an that with
school tame Thursday night durIng --i! an opportunity Against Their PremierROME Carr. Washington sources yesterday a 36-year-old
which one youth was stabbed i i to co-operate with you in !f ABC station on the air. one of the nation's No. 1 that Yugoslav troops. moving'! farm woman, Mrs. Vance Anderson -i some fertilizer they're shore gonnagrow.
and another slugged. API Tens of thousands The towers are up. the equipment radio engineering firms. Friday night when nobody was on I II who chopped two of her chil- : .
this endeavor I
and we stand ready of Italians waving Red flags and is Installed; I
i ; I I guard took over a section of road' dren to death with an axe because 1 TODAY'S TIDES
to expand that co-operation in the the tricolor massed in Rome's Now the Sentinel-Star station Mr. Cohen arrived in Orlando I _. BoackVtdM.
Toniaht's Movies i ;[ from the Italians on the new : "something told me to do it" will I Dart Bfech sod Now Smyrna
| Piazza Del Popolo last night and Thursday and went to work at I Hwn. 111 am, and 12." .....
BIACHAUKIM .f DaUl. J29.: .- 3:M. t operation of the store. the telegram -|l ,i frontier near Caporetto. I be sent back to the mental hospital : Low 1242 am and 7-OS pm.Coeoa
C u. T 20. C 17aOXT stated. i iTo I in public squares throughout Italy f once.When I where she was released as Roach Tido lUsh: 11 IT t m sat
: 1tJII .t PnUl. Is' 33$, a:23. in blow at his preliminary tests of ..
a Leftist-inspired British Troops Leave Greece cured four 12.53: p m: lAw 12 52 am aM : p m.
.7 3s. 0 1?. yon.your family and staff '!' Premier de Gasperi's Government the WHOO signal are completed ; years ago. I Selastion InM. VidoK HUH: II13 a..
CAMEOCm.. afar TMaMrav. 9 30, 4:IT, !I Withdrawal of a sat ''fU
ATHENS [API 12." prnLa 12.U s-a.
ass ;
jCMLONT and visiting: Rexallites in ,at. '
$04. 151. 0.3*. j I and in protest at skyrocketing he will be joined by several other -
: B... Tows. *JO. .:91. 1:12. | tendance we offer the hand of prices. I engineering experts who will phase .. British battalion from Salonika as Floods Leave 10 Dead, p.a.Sun Pioae Sius: '::13; isto: 23.:
e3J Premier
announced yesterday by
Rexall fellowship with the slnI I
ORAXDThw u S TVkrt. J U. 4:3J. and tune the station. I
I 1*. 1 in. Bart. O9ft T. CeUetc.: I-OO.,I'I I cere wish for the continued success RockefellerMcCormickHeiress ; This means that these engineers I I Sophoulis. who said it marked the 18 1 Missing in Tokyo LOCAL br n TE..EUTU.U1Ucor4ecl _$ wtattn hresg $1
3 1*. S 1 ". II ** : i 1 I beginning of the complete with- '
M. $ of
I all of Ilonidpai Airport.
RtALTO-: H P:a4 .. SIb Ar..... yon. will be sure WHOO covers the 44 TOKYO IAPJ Flood waters :
>M. S U. 0.4$. 0__. 11: *. 4 2*. T J*. Other coownersare William E. : Becomes Bride I I counties that its engineer? told the drawal of British troops from- the which covered 20 square miles of 1 ....Maximum uu_ .,to.51 I Minimum ss-a.-_TlNoo uu. P.
10 4* Davis. Mrs. Mary Jo Davis and country. 2a.m. ____ 75 2i.a.---S
VOOCt: TrwiU wttlll W._.. :3 41. JOS.i Mrs. J. A. Stroud. : PASADENA. CaL. [API Heiress Federal Communications Commis-- eastern Tokyo to depth as greatas I :J .,.. _u____- '7' :30a.SO
21. eiaater .n. Uvts1105. 2 00. *-:" Anita 23. sion the station would cover. 15 feet, surged slowly towardsthe 4 ... ____ '75 I 4 p.ra __uu_ 54I
seaDOTVTZNt I Oser. grea Mr. Cohen has a rich back- 947SepW'natJcrlM sea last night. The city government I .... __ ,. ..... __.__u_ $5Pa
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TM Ca Lions.POPKA ter of both the late ,. 11.
: W.mm tit. .tch HDKLAXD feller and Cyrus tgratlddaUgh-1 ground of, experience for his task.* reported 10 persons were, T .'... -__-_-_- '7t.I T "'" _uu__u_ .1
: DssOnwd< Lad. DRXKAW : Since leaving the Navy in No- w. 'ii. 1J04 7w JWZ5262J 14l dead. 18 missing and 50 injuredin I' .m. __ n spa. ___ .7710
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... vember 1945 he has successfullyput 21 : .
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: otis a. \: were married yesterday in an Informal 1 n.m. 10 p a.
CtanVlLUlliD: VIHI.,..... M&I&e seven other stations into, its-a.: ======== :: 11cR-------: 'Ti
HAwta crrr I ...... who JtINiU Service ceremony at the home of FaD Garden, Flower etc. Seed & _____ aa I Kl4A4I1& ,__, 11
H.r .... the bridegroom's parents. operation. \ Z930 Potatoes Gladioli Balks Onion Sets, uu
KiannrMVX: PtkvloM I *nra.UXSBBBO. .. k A graduate of the University of ':'an spronted and ready Ie crow fan.' TCMPEHAVUMCS EISCWMKRK
: Mfr .( ta. B.... PAIN: I State of Washington 'Grass seed Winter Bye Grass. Bail H.40. Low Mud Lew
Washington
... .t Mntr. 'One Man Show' : ?i :- 1947 October 1947 Dean Seed Co.. M E. Pine St. {adY.] Atlanta IS"O LoaUvtto .2 to
MOt1! .!IUPOItD; TIll Eon.tr'Q. PftDCCISSUJaM : : in electrical I Blrminihaia M 75 MarMUa M 'T6
lor of science degree fr :
? M JW0t'7b. Vcrf 7u < s.tI
on Uw IUe Ord. Ytotaae* To CIO Leader Reuther Boston 60 n MlajBl M M
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CUXJB" r nwnmn OS C i Chattanooca M T Man-S*Pan!77 .4 tCbicata
OAKOKH.. "PH' PerflIIH. WIREPHONE WHITE DETROIT: IAP1 Vice-Pres. R.! went to work with Weldon 1234 M M !' New OrleaiM M 77ClcTcland
Otis A4TM4WM* I J. Thomas-termed Presx Walter P. and Carr immediately following i I I $7 *4 New O York .4 *:3
wrrrtji MAVKM- rwumiAKHj I 2 P.M. TODAY '
Denver 7C *2 t Philadelphia CI: 55
u: roue: TIM WMtra., Reuther the worst factionalism graduation. ;i i 567 891O11 Detroit '7' ** i Phoenix *S At
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'ALACS. KMT .! UM *r'rK GRIFFINHoyeHt in the CIO United Auto Workers The interrupted his profes-i 'up.: .. .5 54.85 Lena *0 atOalveatoa
0..1. LAU ""e AJVA7S L4 T. war AZALEA DRIVING PARK 1'5 Antonio iSO *7
San
'fta t*t Jn..nvn ...j \ ;lE yesterday and accused him of try JULES COHEN sional career,. but fortunately the i ran 14151617 18 IHoBSton 'U 'V2 I Ban 1'nIciace U-4'
,.OATTOKA.- .... BEACH n.o&ID&curau; .....:.TIIIn. Jour w... L' ing"to run the great auto unionu j I CASSELBERRY. FLA. I*Kata Git 'I'! M I Seattle 70 ,O
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fi j# A W t? [ from Page 1] I (Spec c: to T'e! S-'c.* c," .,e'-SMrl! ;
The Junior Chamber of Commttte'l , : safety lane for .41E SANFORD_ An Impromptu
checking S a. :'J V' Navy gave him a job that enabled
7 election with
office in
\ an off-year I of
;auto defect, which opened last ,him to keep his hand in. i meeting of several the local
Monday and dosed because of the 4t only one office open.
He was a lieutenant with the : businessmen Friday regarding rehabilitation -
.rtorm. will be re-opened on Livfingston f .. "'.,,, "As I remember there have Bureau of Ships electronics division I of physically handicapped
Ave., near the City Auditorium -. .:11' h' y, never been so many candidates 1 and was then attached to the citizens developed into
tomorrow at 9:30: a.m_. wanting the same job on the city elec- '
service forces. Pacific Fleet sitting of a meeting next Friday _
council when office is \
only one
tronics commission. at 3 pjn. at the Chamber of Comi
*.cfeairman. aaid yesterday open" Chm. Charles Stuckie, of
.- at I merce to plan for strong supportof
Mr. Cohen who is staying
:. More than 300 ran were k ; the white voters' executive committee National Employment Week if
checked In the only two days the 0.M said.Virtually the Orange Court Hotel is mar- beginning Oct. 5, Mrs Betty Moseley ;
ried and when he has a spare
t' lane was .pen last week assured Stuckie said. is ,, local employment service
minute which are few he is an II :
a second primary which would be
I
I{ Inspections made free of head advised.
are amateur photographer and an
held Oct. 21; however there will
Jcfcarte by expert mechanics from ardent reader."I ; J. Brailey Odham was chosen
f be no third primary.
Orlando garages and no particular by the group as chairman afterhearing
_
__ Stuckie pointed out that under am convinced that WHOO I Robert Hood
Is recommended for
cor-i representative
4Crage -
ireetton of defects' Inasmuch: as the I (white voter by-laws, the two men will be one of Florida's outstanding of the Vocation Re-
getting the highest number of stations from an engineering I
:Choke of a garage is left to the habilitation Service on merits
votes in the primary will run for standpoint," he said.
:car o.7ier. 4 i of this work.
2 5.i Zr tier A the nomination in the second elec- I
; In addition to checking for de- @ x Mrs. Moseley said yesterday that
mechanic will have avail- ., tion rather than the candidates : leading business men and heads of
:aMe a reaction tester, which polling a majority vote, thus ruminating Booth Opening 1 civic organizations attend this
;proved popular in initial tests for a third primary. Friday meeting and any other citizen -
{heating' the length of time necessary Registration books closed at I interested in furthering plans
for the operator to move the >ti the dt"hall" yesterday and City : for a successful campaign is in-
;foot from the accelerator: to the I Clerk Ed McDowell reported a 'Slated' Oct. 15 I'vited._
:brake at a given signal total of 10,052 registered voters. I
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Endorsing the Inspections HURRICANE SWEEPS INTO GULF PORT WITH RAGING TIDE: with a high tide. The raging water boils madly around the Registrations during the' week :Church Class SessionTo

U alter C. )l&lIory.eenal manauI' Above view of the beach at Gulfport, Miss., was taken at the houses on the beach in the foreground Vast destruction was''f i amounted to 212 and 106 persons t' [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I

,. ef the Florida Automobile height of the hurricane thct roared in from the Gulf of Mexico inflicted on the Gulfport area I registered yesterday before I SANFORD' -Junior Chamber of Appoint Committee

AUIL. said yesterday- that there __ 0& ." < ,_-<"'W'. _. ,"", -___.-..._. ........ '7"'" the 5 p.m. deadline. {Spec;oi!'to The u-Ja: Certinel-Slor]
Mra t. be a growing wntim.nt.en'r ':' Absentee ballots will be available.j Commerce set Oct. 15 as official ; NEW SMYRNA BEACH
the country' In favor of 1 I at the City Clerk's office late :Monday -, opening date for the Tourist j I II nominating committee to select- A ,1

compulsory car inspections ;I CofC Stuckle said and voters who I Information Booth, and is already'] officers win be appointed at the

: "A conference of traffic experts will not be in town on election day well under way in having a personal -,j meeting of the Wesley Philathea
'has been called for next month to may cast ballots through Oct. 4 check made of all rooms : Class. First Methodist Church at .i
:plan a compulsory automobile Inapection when absentee voting closes. I throughout the area which will be i i 8 pm. Thursday at the home of t
law in New York State." Named to ( Moses of 1502 Hillcrest Ave' available for tourists during the Mrs. A. R. Ivey Election will be
he said. "Similar steps are beingS :t : owner of a drug store in Colonial- : Winter. Oct. 26 Mrs. George V. Beck win i
:discussed else*;here. town and another on S. Orange, Mrs. Gabe Michael executive assist Mrs. Ivey 'In entertaining.
; This Is due to the fact that | (ISpecicI to The Sunday Blossom Trail has been an Or- secretary, is daily making this
;mechanically defective cars are lando resident since: 1928. He was check calling: on all residentsin r
J becoming recognized more and I I WINTER GARDEN > born in Level Run, Va., and,is 39 a house to house canvass who
:more as a constant menace in cently organized years old. might have available housing for
traffic. Often in accidents other i Commerce here has "I shall run on a platform of a tourists and was profuse in appreciation .
but in vast i liam M Wells as business for business administration -
causes are given numbers man a of the splendid reception -
of instances defective mechanisms -i tary. Prior to his ," Moses said. "If the she is receiving by citizens:
have at least been a contributory was, editor of the :people support me for this office,1 I here. 1
factorThe ;t I a weekly newspaper. I shall do everything within my The tourist booth has been HEARING m
majority of cars on our J l'active in Chamber of power to see that the administration -leased to the Junior Chamber of I sI se
work. Wells was born
1 roads today are pretty old and of the city is carried on in ( Commerce by the City at $1 per sa e
Calif. and received
have to be checked over frequently accordance with sound business year, and the city has agreed to
I a
so that defects can be caught be- ucation in Oakland C : : j principles." furnish water and limited janitor' I j jI
he attended San Jose
ji
.lore they become too serious. And '
in Howard. 50 a pharmacist with service :More than 10.000 scenic
College I II
ers
this situation is bound to grow Stores and real and informational folders '
estate have
Stroud's Drug -
veteran of World
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worse for some time to come be- I served four dealer with an office on N. been ordered of all places of inter-. : i jj
cause of inadequate production. years Ga. est in and around -
Forces. Mills St.. was born in Macon. Seminole Court 1j
.. "In my opinion cars are I!1 Wells married the He has been residing in Orlando I jty. and they will be available.at Proved', j
wearing out and becoming Irol Berg of Lake (since 1924. the booth. Best
: Junked faster than new ones are teaching commercial I A former pharmacist with Mc- At a recent meeting of the ; *y Test"

i being produced. {Avon Park High 1 1 Elroy's Pharmacy Howard operated Board of Directors of the I
i "it all resolves itself down -to open his office Monday 1- = I his own business in Colonial- ,, Sec. Gordon Bradley Jaycees'j
t:the fact that with a defective car. f H all.i j jI jI I town for about nine years. He resides -, Cliff Abler has been Q-U-I-E-T !
SAO: one is ever safe in traffic. It i I : during the | at 645 E. Colonial Dr. | man of the Get-Out-The-Vote' I
i;Is by no difficult or expensive I I was heavy in "I.feel like I helped build Co- ; committee! and is selecting his: I Hear
S matter for a motorist to Ware, Rogers. I i casualties were lonlaltown and now I would like committeemen.The EvenWHISPERS 1
shave his car looked over occasionally To Attend I to help build Orlando by bringing : group not only made a donation I
yet Just by doing so he maybe sound business principles to ,, toward operation of .the I ;
.! avoiding a bad accident-possibly [Special to The Sunday I the city administration," How- youth's club. Celery Crate but has
I
fatal ." I LEESBURG G. BcKoae' nomatchtd betterbati.g
a one.ADVICE offered active assistance in pro-
V' ard said. :
I
dent arid J. Carlisle : ;' i Banks. 39. sales manager for I II ,I moting the best year yet for this I reason why performance Beltone has It won en* 1
president of the i : club, located on tile second floor .tuck a surpassing leadership
TO CENTRAL 'S/ Heintzelman's, Inc. has been a :
Bank offc.Leesburg. r : of the City HalL over all other one.unit hearUK .
FLORIDA WednesdayN .{fpr'vthe ;' : ; : I resident of Orlando for the past ,: ._, aids. For instance, here.
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Bankers' Assn.- : two years settling here following fcut on* (eater contributing )
Instead of being in doubt about ; to B ltoae'f better
I bearing
I articles you want to buy or sell lantic Mrs.City.Belle I his the discharge Army. He after was three born year's in Sault in : How Deafened People I Floating". Due t 0 microphone BcltoBC'i exclusive moanttag
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a job. or a place to rent get to Mr. Ware will Ste. Marie. Mich., and resides at I Now Hear Clearly there is less ambient !
I ;
"satisfaction action" ,
through
:
1250 Ayershire Ave. *! noise transmitted to the ear
Advertisers : ( ; t
nan ial '
Want-Ads. Expert Copywriters Upn/ra.+ New York' ? He is commander of the localAmVets Science has nowunade it possible' core Thus quiet,providing clearer, foil a toned mack ,
to help you.Dial member of the ExchangeClub for the deafened to hear Taint strain-free heartaf s.
4161 The U. S. cotton belt I : ; : ( and Executives Club, director sounds. It 'is a hearing device so!: effective ym can even hear
:I Ask for Want-Ads est single : (of the Orange County Sportsman's j small that it fits Lathe hand and- whispers Brltont'i! sneeessfol Another thug appUca.: By'
the world. Assn., member of the Junior]I!enables thousands to enjoy"sermons t tint .r. "Peak Clipper ye*
I: i : ,Chamber of Commerce and the music and.friendly companionship don t need a "aoise ...ppreslor" -
I: I t National Rifle Assn. Accepted by the American lone with bearing a Belton it comfortable. Bel-
:1 Declaring he favored a, city administration Medical Association's Council on bearing at an times u all
.' I' based on sound busi-( Physical Therapy. This device does I places. Be sons with Beltoae.
i i ness principles. Banks said,"1 have not require separate battery pack I THI ONe-UNIT btANlbe' Ala

Ii IT'S SO EASY TO BUY .4 no particular platform except that battery wire, case or garment to'' CHOSE AiflVt ALL OTHtm
of a conservative and economic I.bulge or weigh you down.The ton I
PIANO AT program and to try to bring to1 is clear .and powerful. So made c... Ie M ,_ .._'.. w
Ii \ reality the much needed swimmingpool I that you can adjust it yourself to'i' ._ M...trss etMTfitm b. sIt, b..s14.tl. .

which has been kicking" !|suit your hearing as your hearing; .n* all ....Sittariw. of .iMtrte iniUW* ..-. fc*
around in the form of an idea. changes. The makers of Beltone i
I Walden, 60, former practicing i iattorne,1n 'Dept. 22. 1450 West 19th St..:Chicago f E. ,C. BLEAU
.Jfl PAY Kissimmee. was born 8. ni_ are so proud of their J
I in Kylesford. Tenn. lie came to achievement that they will gladly Beltone
Hearing
Orlando in 1942 and opened law send free descriptive booklet-and )
I I: ; offices. He resides'at 21 N. Eola ,explain how you may get a fun i. Service .
r Orlando'P I r Dr. |demonstration of ,this remarkable| Rooms 10 and 1J Phone I-*101S
I "1 am' for fair and honest govfernment -'hearing device in your own home', W Orareb &t.. Orlando IT*.
.and'city administration. :without risking a penny. Write j
t Cfj E Walden said. "I believe In our Beltone today.. 1 i
/ I growing city and will do everythingin i 1
Iff I I to continue Its reputation
f my power 1j
j I as the City BeautifulFlorida. of WHAT ISENGEL7 j
q I I I am' Indebted to no one I
r .
t Famous or any organization, but in
I
I:; 1 1 ear stock : event I am elected I will serve all 1 1J

,-, II .::: L LESTER I ability.the people' to the best of, my .

I j; FRENCH.
!: SOHMER : Consumed raw' watercress and .'
strawberries are good sources or
1 ascorbic acid important vitamin I
I! FLORIDA'S> LARGEST RADIO AM)APPLIANCE! STORES to the diet. Another rich source j MODULEz

s is the edible hip of the wild rose.


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I,: CUSTOM MADEFRAMED [ Sentinel-Star] {A .>',* .. ,The ABCs of Life !. '; ... :".' :i- .

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all-male show .. .
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1[ ; : auditorium Fri- .'. spell l safety and security Always be careful no matter what you do,

written and di-
f }-, Frances Lovell. especially. when buying or building a home. .-- : ". ". ,.""* .' .-_ :
E. Norris as Miss .
t. won first place. '- :'.

.?; I Ii [ .Any size to order,: : Blanton were Glenn Don Consult with First Federal t Savings and Loan Association of Qrtaado., for 4.:, ,ten

; : .nn. R.'G.Cas- .. ,
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i 1 'delivery beautiful W. H. Ed- unbiased. analysis of your proposed investment. ,
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p : Paul Reed.Don J
Smith. Dexter i1 "
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*; Installations Hines. C. : 1-
't without A. S. Her- .,
I i i Lincoln Rees. Own your own home grow with-Orlando. -: .

I i if desiredAcme I : ) flower stems ,. .--. .

I the waterline ". : ,. $. .. ....$...:. t
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Glass j i an Odum.opportunity who is of a F, Federal Savings & ':Loan Ass'n {

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; pastorate to suc '
k Glass for John W. Ischy.. Of Orlando p' ._
_ i Every Purpose
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of ill health. f : :.-
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625 W. Robinson i 50 East Pine at Court St. /Telephone 4191
__ ._ Christian Com- ... :- ":.. :
: : Phone Winter Park IISF. rades and the public is Invited to J !! '- '-' -,
V : I :.:. .EiC., Saturday._, : A, _-i' :..- ,, .
O. Box Tar Orlando, na.' -- attencL--'I'he Sunday-.achool=::will
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'SCHOOL BUS CHILDREN MUST BE PROTECTED' I

0:1 MONDAY ONLY !

State Patrol Plans Crackdown I;


., A crackdown: on "careless dri nounced yesterday by Lt. J. o [time you come upon a school bus I 1 IITEM :
..
ers who persist in passing a school Gallop of the Florida Highway;I loading or unloading. I

unloading bus while the children bus is' loading was -an-i 6r Patrol.' .i Lt. Gallop pointed out that I BEST SELLERS FROM
t I "Despite constant education, any non-resident who works in I
experience indicates that some Florida or has children in schoolin :
people cannot or will not observethe have Florida
OVERNIGirr AND the State must a
common rules of safe driv-
ingV* he said. "Therefore, to driver's license. 1
DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen insure protection for our school: He also warned persons holding I
children, the Patrol is adopting restricted licenses to obey their SEARS 61st ANNIVERSAEVERY
4 you order merchandise vigorous action through a strict conditions. A driver's license is : I
from Orlando and unrelenting program of law required to operate a motor bike
o stoics delivery specify by Sentinel-Star quick safe I I enforcement against these driv- i or scooter. ,

Express. the Jack Rabbit I ers. ,
J Line that leaves daily on "It must be recognized that the Lakeside Is Scene
schedule for 41 Central attitude of adults toward safety

Florida chants telephon towns 0 6291.';Mer-for I is one of the children.major factors Whatever in influencing an- Of Grotto FeteThe I ITEM I

Agent to call: for merchandise adult does usually' seems right to Ormazd Grotto will have a.1
I a child picnic at Lakeside Park. Lake Conway -
. I I "For this reason, the general from 1 to 6:30: p.m., today I
::1 motoring public should take an for all members of the Grotto and
"I'active interest in school safety their families and visiting members A FEATURE
I I programs. You can set better ex- it was announced yesterday. !
istntmel:Jstar ) amples for youngsters and aid in Women attending have been requested -
Y L. reducing accidents by driving to bring covered dishes.
I ? :E-X=PEBBuc. more carefully on the highways A lifeguard and boats will be pro-
<- 'vac lUll' Uet" by slowing down through marked vided for an afternoon of swim-
-- school zones and by stopping every ming and boating.
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iLlr; &tntiml- tion Wall St. is all set to run the world." THE PUBLIC THOUGHT
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA part of our present policy. : QMAMEN 1 Dry Ice Method Against Storm '

hbbahcd weekly. New Years Day. rourth el July L*bot Most prosperous business men and our

Day.i Orlando IHanlugmng Daily Newspapers.Day and Iac.1 Chrotmaa at 23*by South Senttael-SUr Orange Av Co., "military-trained" Secretary of State I _ii By JOHN BRANSCOMB Seen- Laughable to ReaderEditor
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OrUnde. Fl*. would be driven out of public service.Mr. as
CN>rr4 .( MCOn4- bn matter at the Post Office at Getting something for nothing Is the basic philosophy for several years he had been withholding company ,
:jfte >a.. rtonda. under tile Act of March, Wallace objects to Secretaries The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
3d. 1578. And
of gambling. An examination of our universe funds a bit at the time with which to gamble.
TELJPHONE-AD Departments 4111 Forrestal, Snyder and Harriman and Mr. will reveal even to the most casual observer, of all things the form of gambling in which hei i There is no u kidding ourselves

u< cnpuoa_Prtc Sunday Only ti.20 Per Yr. McCloy, head of the World Bank. He objects that such a philosophy is contradictory to the indulged was "the numbers racket." about the low- about hurricanes: man and

MAITM A.M stn. Carrot AM* Pusuuu not on their records as public serv-i fundamental, laws of life. God is not fortuitousand est and most stupid fashion in which men and '! his gadgets are no match for the

C. Vr Li..,,. IlL Mu. H..., BAIXN.CaiToauu.Duicroat ants, but because of their past connectionswith whimsical. He has constructed the universe on women gamble. 'I| mighty forces of the elements.For .

t Aa v .....*. MAMA*!** Ca. MUTOM J. Amu. A... MM.rUiK big banks or Wall St. j{ absolute laws and principles.. A few months ago there was a strong move- to think we could disintegrate -

HAMILTON, da. Mu. NMIUT COMMMMI.. Sic Tiuv I It seems as though Mr. Wallace objects Violation of thesse principles does not revoke or ment to legalize slot machines, "the one-arm u these storms the Ic

J. W. UMMO, CITT O. M .. .. T. Mitu. Tr o. Surr.K to almost anyone who has made a break them. It proves them, for invariably and bandits." in the State of Florida. is as laughable v as d

aHT *. WAiTtt. CIAS* Mat. CHAIUS MIDUN Pans Surr.Pr success of making a living. I inevitably the violators are broken by the prin- A vigorous protest went up to the Legislature ,;1 to meho catch a bird by putting ti onits

Mentor .. n. AneetalHi ... How would you like life in these United ciples they disregard. Men are punished, not so from all over the State. Experience had taught i have
Jl[ tail. True, we come a,
Th AMoeuted Pre. la exclusively enuurd States under a Wallace regime which much because of their sins but by .their sins. decent people and some of the rest of us too that i
.- to UM vs. for re-pubbcauon ol all put Gambling is a sin. It's parasitical: trying to get that kind of practice is as much of an outlaw as 'long way in the fields of science i r -- \
accredited to it netittherwlse into effect what he has stated
aw duDAtche* or I publicly are locks for .
something without contributing a' correspondingvalue but there are still many
,. accredited in Out paper and highway robbery. > tion. Will growers hod: their
-- 0- aIM! the local news published herein. his views in service and material. For that reason "the It will be a great day for our commonwealth 1 which we nave found no keys. until after the Cit frt-

4.- dispatches All Tights for herein re-publication are also reserved.of special And what Mr. Wallace leaves unexplained dice of the universe" are loaded against the gam when all forms of gambling fall under the condemnation 3 Man i still in his swaddling days? a

,.-' worries us most. He has never told bler. of our Government and the people who i] 'clothes, menta.F. shipping holiday after Dec. 20.
PAGE 4 SEPTEMBER 21. 1947Our I us how we could avoid becoming a satelliteof He may win temporarily. but the* universe in reality, are the backbone of the Government, i i: S. C. CHAS. A ..GARRETT.Kissimmee. .

I Russia under his "get soft with the breaks him in the end because his life is operating and all of us rise up in spiritual might to cast out I .
Soviet" plan. against fundamental and principle. Men don't the corrupting influence ot this vicious thief. |I i': 'Figures on Color Added fruit,

The answer is obvious. We couldn't. get something for nothing. Newspaper headlines recently have been warnj:: j Shipments Traced by Reader Cooper Would Have America

fl Program There is the fallacious argument that men have ing us that the Winter trek of thugs gamblers Editor,The Sunday |; Quit Dodging Vital laves

Cb iatiM .f Political! Job DupficatKM. always gambled still gamble. and always will. petty crooks, big-time racketeers hoodlums, and a :I I read with Sentine-St I Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

....tr Tsir IHtekacy. Go eram at.TODAY'S THE MERRY-GO-ROUND Therefore. since it cannot be prohibited, let's exploit lot of other undesirables has begun. We know they :: 1 to the editors, particularly those I want to thank you the

it and use the benefits of it to support our are not coming to Florida for their health. ]that appear in The Orlando I fo
of
I Red Satellite Brawl Government build our roads provide for our old Nor are they turning this way to help the Sunshine :,, Morning Sentinel about color- generous sentiments your editorial -
THOUGHT S people, and care for our orphans. Some fplk) even State to initiate great reforms and lay added: fruit. Florida did not or- I, of Aug. 25 following myClermont

By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches. B. DREW PEARSON approach religion from the standpoint of chance. foundations on which we can build a mighty area iginate the artificial coloring of talk on water control

and honour. and life.-Proverbs 22:4.: t WASHINGTON-Russia and her satellites are j thinking that the benedictions of God operate in that will be conducive to good education fine hos-i softened fruit. The and Chinese ripened hard years pears ago.J'j You are correct when YO say ,

I supposed to be one great big happy family. How- ., such a haphazard fashion.A pitals and strong business houses. They are coming by placing the fruit in rooms'I "It is full of political dynamite

Humility U the lOUd foundation qf all the vir-I ever, a hot backstage battle has broken out among ;, surgeon. who sometimes frequents the Amen for one reason, the pickings are easy. where incense was burned. 11 I I: and the lawmakers have doe

tues.-C oluclus._______________ several satellites over which of them shall succeed Corner told me just before the service started, that' We have a haven for gamblers and all that go came t Florida before there was J the issue." And you probT a
Poland on the powerful Security Council. he had a patient who was to undergo a serious with the gambling racket. To clean out that gang. a color room in the Stat. The,i I just as correct you add

The U.S. Under a Wallace Regime I Poland. Brazil end Australia, elected members operation. He sort of worshipped the Bible as a we must stop baiting them and cease allowing the practice subjecting the "That Cooper has taken up toe

found that several of the council for only two-year terms, must be fetish, thinking that there was magic in touching it. kind of atmosphere that enables flies, fleas, roaches, fumes of ethyl gas to bring out, cudgels for i i sure indication
he's
RECENT POLL Before going to the operating table he insisted I the latent color was used i Cal- that no pltician"But
A replaced at this session of the skunks and their kin to breed and develop. !i 1! used Flor- '. it is democracy
for
was
million Americans would vote ,- General Assembly. Canada will 1 that the nurse bring him a Bible. Receiving it. he Come on! Somebody say Amen. Say it loud. iora. i can survive today o

Henry Wallace if given the chance.A -v- .I. get Australia's spot. Mexico will t told her that the Bible had never failed him. Whenever Say Amen and Amen! I I I When I came to the State dealers if we are courageous 0' ;
_
third party is shaping up and Mr. be the leading candidate for he opened it and with eyes closed laid his Our America has a reputation for being a, in the North were- bleach quit dodging the issues Qu leaving
third white-haired Brazil's But Poland's -'''''' >Florida in them up to
\ Wallace is the party's vacancy. "gambling nation. A returned missionary shared[ \ oranges others ad carry
boy. ; successor is a big question mark. : UCIER.l this story with the Amen Corner front-seaters recently -' rooms. Lter. the color-added tough the fight olvt both '

t could laugh off the Wal- r And here the inside story begins.Russia'a An American tourist was lost in the African I process in 1934. I; and .
Of course you ..C.E 0 |
Abraham said it ;
Q have in my files copies of 14 af-
enthusiasm with the words of a Gromyko and Poland'sArab. L jungles and moved with great trepidation lest he be' for "I Lcl 5.e
lace ( ._ i fidavits addressed to Sec. Wallace me: no b
cal boss in the play State of the Union.The POliti-I 4 Lange both suggested that 1I1/ destroyed by wild beasts or captured by hostile! !!I in 1933 endorsing the u of but I am by 1 t .
Czechoslovakia succeed Poland on'the ( -j "
: : natives. As night came on his fears were accentuated -I color-added from operators in i light I have.
said
vote-controller in the play ; Security Council-a vacancy!: rA8)) and at last he saw a fire and drawing nigh California, both exchange and in- I is not important whether o .

"if applause wins elections, William which by informal agreement goes '1 ,. t\I. he listened to the voices through the brush. Hecouldn't dependent Also the names and[ I am elected Governor. It is :.

\ Jennings Bryan would have had three to a pro-Soviet nation. The \-1 /.7# see them but he overheard some words. "I I' 72 other Calfor important that all honest, sincere,
shrewd Czechs however. politely managers favoring the ordinary Floridians take a active
terms. have a royal flush, and with a sigh of relief, the
W.
declined. American-reared } The use of a color dye on part in their government and public _
Foreign
Wallace wins plenty of applauseand '-./ man said, "Thank goodness I am among good religious ] service and both decide and :
Henry Johnson Minister Masaryk. who knows 'b.;::: I oranges is not confined to arly
he probably won't get even one term. people. ,fruit but is used on late fruit also. effect the issues themselves. .
much better than he does Moscow, didn'twant
Pittsburgh i Let those who Insist that the gambling- I be full-time candidate
the past six seasons 1940 can a
But it's dangerous to ignore his potenti- to be a stooge for Gromyko. Under free balloting stinct is inherently a part of people, turn their Dg 4 though 1946 a total of 157- even if I have to hitch-hike from

alities. he knew. the Czechs would vote with the minds to the idea at least of gambling for real 74,395 of oranges were cer tow to town in the campc >

This newspaper. prides itself on its Western powers.. but such a vote would mean hot finger on some verse he always received the right stakes. Taking a chance with betting horse racing by the Citrus InspectionBureau L 'Although I have no mone.

liberal outlook on public officials and public cables from Moscow demanding his removal.So guidance. strength and aid. He opened the book. card playing. number buying crap shooting and 83.634.651 boxes were cepting $26.25 in contbutn :

; affairs. However we cannot go along instead of Czechoslovakia. Gromyko Informally stuck his finger on a verse opened his eyes and lottery and all the rest. is foolish, silly asinine color-added. Because of the multiplicity -. from other little fol heart .
of bloom the season of\ my voice. my my
with the crackpot sort of Wallace leftwing proposed Yugoslavia to L. S. deputy read. And so it came to pass that the beggar and craz 1945-46 there were 21,215.690 l Having md newspaperman ,

: liberalism. We do not believe the Wallace delegate herschel Johnson. Rotund and ordinarilyamiable. died." Somebody spoke of a man who had horse sense boxes of color-added fruit out of t for 12 ye with three and one-

chameleon-like- philosophy deserves the Johnson hit the ceiling. The State Department Therein Is the lesson. A study of God's word and when asked what kind of sense that was he a total of 27,983,457 boxes of Interstate hall years the A and s

of despises Tito and Johnson made no isn't a matter of taking a chance cutting the replied "It's the kind of sense that a horse has oranges certified by the yea of _med le. s
liberalism.
label. secret of the fact that the USA would never consent book to see what God will speak to us. which keeps it from betting on the 'human race.' bureau. We had complaints of I like't i

to Yugoslavia's sitting on the Council. A lot of people are in favor of a national lottery Well Amen. If men must take a chance, let themtake green, sour oranges 34 years ago 'my Instead of 23. I a
THE MILLIONS of Wallace Gromyko reported all this back to Moscow :' before we gassed or color-added I yea old.
EVIDENTLY but living in a sane law-abiding universe, we the kind of chance Columbus took. If men DICK COOPER

I '. idea-even if it's a vague asking for suggestions. Molotov- replied that the must realize that a nation cannot gamble itself into must gamble their lives away, let them do so for I fruit.Then we have suggestions of I .

) idea-of what sort of a President he would Ukrainian Russian republic appointed to the 1 prosperity for economic prosperity can never be high. stakes like unto Dr. Walter Reed who sub- 'I, change in the maturity laws that t .Hill&orovgh Consolidation 1

I ''II make. Polish vacancy. This brought beads of perspirationto based on chance. The economic laws are as pre- jected himself to a burning fever to prove that It retard the volume ''of
\ Gromyko's stolid brow. For there i ii j no man who' inexorable the and insects and thus saved the livesof \ Works Despite Opposition
The idea must be vague for Mr. Wallace dictable and as physical spiritual was contracted by oranges shipped interstate ely
I has feminine sort of of changing jeopardizes his diplomatic position more than laws. It is impossible for a nation to successfully millions. _i in the season. Others have ad-\Editor The Sunday sntine-St
1 a way charming popular Foreign Minister Manuilsky of provide for its dependents and support its legiti- There is One who flies the flag: that bears the 'vocated passing a law prohibitingoranges t I I note from AP
opinions of what he thinks about issues between from the State si I voters of. County turned
that oughtto leaving
the Ukraine. Manuilsky is all Gromyko lose One
mate institutions with funds that have been derived words "He that would save his life must it.
I \ speeches. be. but isn't. And if he sits on the council i prior to the second week in -No I i dow the consolidaL -
tub
from practices that corrupt millions of people. I Invite you to join the organization of the "Win-
\ :\ It must be hard to follow him closelyfor Gromyko's wings are sure' to be clipped. Manuilsky vember. Assuming we had a L i ton city and county governt -
Florida seemingly may prosper on such a basis. ning Losers, for those who give themselves awayfor let examine the rec- I wish to congratulate :
you'd never know when to cheer and is one of the original Bolsheviks. has been Stalin'scidse ; because God does 't pay off every Saturday night. the benefit of others discover that there is nosuch regaton. u prior to- that t't'I them upon using such good tense.

clan and when to hiss and boo. personal friend for more than 30 years. ranks' but our generation will see. as have all generations thing as lo"=in- your life. date for the past 10 yea The* :!I This,-matter came up her and

1 tIt must be annoying for Wallace fans' second only to Litvinov as an advocate of Russian 1 since the dawn of history, that though the millsof The process is like dieting a hole; the more yearly average shipment through I j t Plant City proper against

who also respect facts and the obvious. Mr. friendship with the Western powers. God grind slowly, they grind exceedingly small. you take from the hole the bigger' it becomes.So : the second week in November and 1 I the conation- t balance "

Wallace ignores both facts and the obvious There the matter now stands leaving. Mr. Gambling is a corrupting influence. Some days it is with the life that gives itself away, the through the third week In December. :,: dow
Gromyko most unhappy. He doesn't dare oppose I read the in Florida of that self becomes Is 9.757 cars. A total of : our throats. You people were fortunate -
when they interfere with his political traino ago account a newspaper a more you give of yourself the greater '.
14,409 cars to be moved before,the
last thing he wants is Manuilsky.
Moscow yet the in having this chance to
man who was apprehendea In a shortage of his the more you lose yourself for others! the 412 of .
Christmas
( thought of the moment. be settled until holidays' cars :
will not
The problem probably accounts to the extent of many thousands of dol greater self you find. All of you that will join that oranges per. day including Sun shape- your own local plti
} There are, however, some constant elements Molotov arrives in New York. hands and | ALVIN H. .
organization raise your say days. Would the market absorb
in the Wallace philosophy lars.'When the truth came out it was revealed that AMEN I I that amount of frt Let's we I lHrough County rpr
I Let's take them and see how our Government Quiet conscientious Rep. Cole. Republican of what happened lt ye.I ': is work Ali

would operate-God forbid-under Bath. N. Y.. was discussing his forthcoming trip I I I can I i! taxpayers depite Pt

ajWallace regime. to the Philippines with Capt. Cic Harding. secretary WASHINGTON TREADMILL ['Shipments last ?eek Oct.. j I Ct opption.-E
I
Committee."Are i I 1946 2,0431
of the Democratic Congressional -''--

j'IRST? OUR FOREIGN policy would be you going to see to it that Gen Mac- Block i!Ten-year 1946 average. ,.. prior Oct... 841. 1 !': Free Kittens Offered AnyoneWho'll
---- i Give them Good Home
Ij drastically altered. Arthur gets back here in time for a heroic 100 Rep. Peterson Pulls Neat : Auction price last week,.Oct. '
& days before the convention?" Harding joshed his 1946 ,._ $ Editor The Sunday sntel-St
: We would cease to resist Russia. We Republican friend. 1 Auction price' -' 5.19 Some very -

wpuld embrace Stalin and his gang tenderly 'You've got in 'figured right. Cap." the New : By FRANK KENNEDY ,offices in the Bay Pines Institu- ,,' Sen. Holland's administrative of'ficer. age price, 1946 --------S 3 JO dup four little wild, poor,
and tell them "go ahead with your machinations York Congressman replied. "and when we bring !Our \Voshington Correspondent.: I I tion. Later, the need for hospitalbed Sen. Pepper spoke out Shipment first week Nov.. kittens here about two '
The last word assuredly has not space forced the evacuation! against further curtailment of { 1.746I months ago. A neighbor and I
back and Maybe 111 '''
Go ahead and take him here. see me.
boys. you come
over Ep-, been uttered in the proposition to to nearby Pass-a-Grille. If overall naval operations in Florida particularly I, 10-year average have fed them, a now they a
rope-then the world. We"won't try to stop have jobs for you and some of your Democratic transfer the VA regional offices at administrative purposes best will at Jacksonville. Parenthetically 1 Shipment. 1.1011 L ; lovely fathalf-grqwn'at. Sunnyis
'''
i you because we love everybody, even those friends on my farm. With MacArthur back. you Pass-a-Grille to Orlando. or to any be served along these lines. Rep. it developed that the i\Auction price first week | lovely orange :

who would destroy us and our of life." wont have much to do in Washington." other site so remote from the big Peterson surely will build up a Pensacola station is sitting pretty i Nov.. 1946 '- ''$ 3.36 and Me a pretty 1&tabbies.
way "I'm not worried about that. Sterling." shot Bay Pines Hospital near St.. good case. It is one of his political and will not figure in the survey I Auction 10-year aver ,. Spot i'pretty but ratter.i .
't' Of course this line of thinking ignores back Harding. "Well just bring Gen. Wainwright Petersburg.VA axioms that "you can hold what promised by Sullivan and Brown age prce. '__ m __ ''$3.IQ- i I like to find a good hone

Air. Stalin's statement to his people that In, fight the battle of the Philippines all over officials in Washington were you've.got a lot easier than grab- detailing the 1947-48 operating I i i j Shipment third we.Nov.. for them where they will be fed

"war is inevitable with the forces of again and find out who left the Philippines first surprised at the bing something new." level to be maintained at Jack- ,I i I .-.. '' m---- 101 andtreated kindly. Sunny andS
world and why." strong recommendations I sonville. '{Shipments 10-yea average Grayfur a the mot afectiont
I I
capitalism. from j Florida's naval stores industry The purported White House directive f i 2nd week Nov. 1,312 I to each othe that I e'e
And under the present condition of 1our i Pass-a-Grille I I which ranks second only to Geor should bear some further I I j Auction price 10-year average I seen in a a} I hope someone -
military forces we probably wouldn't be Caste-conscious enlisted men may achieve after and Atlanta field gia's may achieve further recognition scrutiny. According to reports price, 1946 '$ 3.03 I bth of them s
able to resist anyway. While Russia has death what they could never get In life-equal offices that the in governmental quarters if several weeks .ago. Pres. Truman I l Note the reduced shipments the I they a stay tgete.

1 privileges with officers. Once they are six feet transfer should a move now well afoot is pressed promised Sen. Connally of Texas second week In Nov..196. 300 c'I Anyone kUtn
millions under arms and thousands of first under. according to a post-war Army luling. discrimination be made. Their ______ 1,I to a successful conclusion. that personnel and operational reductions -{!11 I!below the 10-year average a.21centptrbox may-have tem by coming 193
line planes our forces have dwindled officially ends. The new War Depart- surprise perhaps I I I The Dept. of Agriculture Is would be made horizontally ,I; lower auction.'Wewill Olivia Ave
and Mr. accounted for : making to thus saving the big Corpus i i' have increase in kmsLP.W.
Wallace is against universal military ment regulations call for identical graves regard- i ready appoint a Fores- i a produc -p_
their first out- Christi base from Imminent deac- --
try Products Advisory Committee,
training and "heavy munitions pro- less of rank or race except in old cemeteries where 1
right denialsthat I I authorized under the Agricultural tivation. The reports, lack only
: grams. the pattern would be Interrupted.Yet a transfer Research Act of 1946. It will be public confirmation: the best i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
; The Communist cleanup would end. in spite of this bold break with brass- was C 0 fl t e inPeterson 1 one of 20-odd such groups which sources on Capitol Hill and within !I

Wallace already has declared war on Red bound tradition old practices still prevail up to i plated. These reluctant officialsi will report periodically to a Na- I the Navy Dept. confirm them I
baiters and Russia haters. the grave's edge. Rank still determines whetherthe i still are cagey. They point out tional Advisory Committee. Naval flatly but privately. i Guidance From Great Proverbs

The Marshall body may mounted on a caisson drawn by that a half dozen VA sections and stores spokesmen confidently expect They are beginning to corral ,
plan! would be scraped as six white horses and convoyed-by an infantry regiment divisions must be consulted before to obtain a post on the committee Congressional support for the idea
j such. Wallace charges that big financial field-artillery battalion and cavalry squad. the field recommendations can be but they want more thana -not a difficult task among the Comes From Study of Holy Bible
interests are shaping our foreign policy. approved. It looks complicated, one-member representation.Judge Southerners. :
He says "under the or modestly borne to the plot by a detail of eight but here it Is: i It has occurred: to the Florida Scripture: Proverbs 4:23: ; 6:16-19.: 9:10; 1:3-: ; 15:1; 16:18;
present Administra- J.Langdale of Valdosta
men. I The Real Estate Division. -of I long has been touted for group that a horizontal eat if I 21:3; 22:1; 27:1; 29:18; ames :
course, must prepare a report. me mem- measured by the proper yardstick -
CRACKER POLITICS I Ir I Division of Planning and Co-ordi- bership. : ,would not hurt at alL Let's Great proverbs are the crystallization of experience.
I I
r nation then will take over the The naval stores people have look at the record: Sometimes they are reflections upon. life and conduct;

II I Pass-a-Grille file after which the seized upon a precedent created At the peak of naval air train- terse, concentrated b t wisdom, or philosophy; homelyor

1 Loan Division the Administrative when the Cotton Advisory Com- I:t tag activities. Texas held only picturesque expressions of truth, that are to character

r English Feelino Political Pulse? Section and perhaps the Board of '1i mIttee was named some months three major bases Corpus Christi. and the good life as .the acorn is to. the 'oak.Sometimes .
i Hospitalization will be called in. j 1 ago. An important segment of Grand Prairie, and Mount Eagle '
itoo.' I(I the cotton industry the processors i| Lake, a Marine training school. At they are ,obser-4

By AUIN'j.TollMsio. MORRIS I I It's been said he would be risk- that appeals to the person who !'> The resourcefulness of Rep, Pe- ', of cotton seed demandedmore the same time, besides a score or vations of discerning ctic. who heart.of man to U.-
Correspondent] ing $10,500 a year to get $12.000. wants security above nearly all terson of Lakeland cannot be discounted .than a one-member set-up. more of subsidiary bases [unmatched have observed the the A.:'good the same
; TALLAHASSEE-This may be Actually English draws the same else.' either. Among such a They were granted a special cot- : in Texas at all Florida I i wise, and the folly of the fool sort, outside the Book of Proverbs -
four years ago all over again but $9,000 as the other Cabinet offi- I{ maze of bureaucratic bypaths it ton seed sub-committee reportingto contained six major natal training and have set down. human value bat a proverb none the
Colin English is 52. People '
I' now would astonishing if stations-in the order and the best of attaining
not be too the full group. Naval stores of rank. way
State English' "As
School It's true he
Supt. Colin I II cers. once was paid less Is In Ecelesiasles
forget that because be looks five 1:6
I :Mr.Pete succeeded in throwing upa spokesmen now are pointing out Pensacola, Jacksonville \I tem in rules of guidemarks In
is
talking more like a candidate $!i $1.500 more (las director of Fed- Should he become Ma's form' the crackling of thorns a
years younger. road block. that the industry's problems are Opa Locka. Banana of popular, memorable
_ for Governor now. eral vocational education] than Governor. he would be 58 when For pot so I the laughter of thefool.
The controlling factor which peculiar to itself. and are relatively Lauderdale and Key maxims. "
his colleagues, but longer.A Wet
Revelation In this column. some no he left the office. Most men are first dictated the location of the as great within the forest products they seem to have
weeks ago that English fingering Cabinet officer pays even as inclined to. feel by that time they Sometime We can Imagine the thir"tytrlu
was regional offices near St. Peters- industry as were cotton seed It can't be said that the hat of spontaneous '
the State' political pulse. you and I. the expense of dallyliv1nK' have made their contribution to burg still Is a strong one. but per- problems within the cotton indus- Bob Dill of Jaknve. formerly quickened by come thourht stooping dow to drink
followed by his Jacksonville statement out of his $9.000 salary. life and entitled to coast I limpid before mirrors -
are haps not so vital as before. try. WPA Florida Is in the I:, in much the se p.
With his however. same
$12.000 a exrience he saw
as
that he were
might be a runner : along. gubernatorial
equally I
Governor gets a finely furnished' Florida VA offices first were Jg. | way a an artist catches and back from the
has produced reaction encourag: But what would he live on? English -- The showdown conference between true that his Washington I each feature given
ing to the residence. Including utilities fuel. ,>' located at Jacksonville and were se records some passing seene or (I| pool having flash Into his
school chief.Dont has spent almost all of his the two Navy assistant secretaries 'friends are nudging Florida re- ;, impression. m
expect any hasty decision servants and their upkeep: auto- working life in public service. Evenif 1 not removed to St. Petersburg Sullivan and Brown andi porters to watch for the toss. I that vivid metaphor to
from gngiith however. He senses mobiles and chauffeur. and extras. time had sapped the tireless vitality until the big Bay Pines institution the Florida group headed by Sen. Dill was one of a long series of All three for of proverbs are great Sir Francis Bacon devoted

I growing dissatisfaction with the Those are his legal perquisites. he now possesses; if he! was opened In the- early I i!Pepper can be nothing of the sort, WPA chiefs who performed a illustrated in passages cited In i Ian essay of interpretation

present field of Gubernatorial aspirants Past Governors also have received wished only to sit In the sun; 30s. 1,if the Navy people are bowing to i thankless job with some of the lesson A few very striking And as for the erck.I have
and he wants to see if lavish gifts automobiles silver English could retire at 60 on a I Simplified administrative work: {White House orders. efficiency but who left deg ones are elsewhere in the Bk;f 1 and over
I this jells In the shape of sufficient i plate. foodstuffs. substantial State pension and[ was achieved by locating the VA t I With Rep Price and Hal Phillips with a reputation dimmed by p A deep philosophy of life is in ,j I CAmp fire often enih to
pledges of support for him. Further a Governor //usually manage the farm here which has litical sniping. None of them p"Keep thy heart with all diligence; 1 i have recalled the -.over.

English In is the fortunate position does not respond so liberally to been-a paying hobby of the State I lando. the Orange County : be described a gaining any political for out of it are the Issues of hf .**-: Evr people .1 has
I of not having to declare his the political demands-donations Superintendent. super- as well as in Tampa. Dr. Wilson'scandidacy 1 stature by running the Similar reflection is in the list of and almost
5,. for this cause and that-upon an ,. intendent; Howard W. Bishop of 1 would afford Dade A things that the hd pronr.
I Intentions publicly or privately, : in Florida or anywhere else. Lord every generation baa had some
M early as others. office holder's purse since reelecj j Prospect of English quitting Gainesville brother-in-law of SUpreme -' County its golden opportunity to were lucky to avoid figuring in six ths'lted in : htth; .f its own. But richest of all are
tion does not stare him in Court Justice H. I.. [Tom] lodge a man at the State Cabinet: the theancient
Because of his official position the State superintendency naturally outright scandals, so loosely was .ell-kow 14:34: ,"Righteousness those that nave come from
and the
Sebring Alachua
County
(1 s name constantly Is before the So if English simply was seeking has started tongues wagging table.Walker the organization set up. and so' a nation: but sin is Hebrews.
superintendent Mode L. Stone of .
s blic.! anyway." The same organ- more money a rather good >1 I about a successor. I, : appeared four years'ago open to local avoritisms. collu-. i| a reproach to any people." i No doubt they were compiled
Tallahassee
.-ion. including campaign man- ease could be made out for taking These former director of in- to be getting ready to run againstEnglish. : Mona and petty dealings. I Of the second sort, tr. practical -I t.from many and the represent -
names are being men- struction under English but su
i now a but his chances dim-
-- the gamble of running for are Dill's friends talking I 1 -
and i 16:1S.
er county key men. which tioned a persuasively obratio. a
just now: 'wholesale and a net
r-ould work for his re-election as Governor.A grocer, James L. med now by the fact that Orange! of Important backing for the -Pride lot |ured but it Is coincidence -
T. n
D. who just has
Bailey. come Graham of dec
Tallahassee. English'sdirector County will have C. M.\
Gay seeking and t
school superintendent could serve hand-in-hand argument Is' to Tallahassee as public relations i' of school finance. : Jason once his bandwagon starts I a haut -that they come from ft rape
to hold the State '
him! In a race for Governor. i embodied In the Question: "Well. i director of the Florida Education I'I Offhand.BaUey and Dr. Wilson lershlp in the Comptrol- rol. Too few o the best.Flor- fall" and' wicke e' and a time that gave to the wl
: suppose Colin is elected Governor Assn.. after having been supervising seem the hottest same campaign. Ordinarily I pow in town for a when no man : t its greatest taints and P! fL".
This Is good time to take prospects. a county can put acrossbut thorough-going Most righteous bold a lion" and ,that ultimately ,
a what happens to him after four principal of Tampa schools; Eailey has been situated strategically chek-u. a a ae t th
up two of the arguments being j' years?" They go on to say that Dr. James T.Wilson of Miami. the ,, from a political viewpoint-, one favorite son at a time andWalker's I of the leads hae ded Good examples of the spontaneous world the Savior of Men. wh
advanced as tohi' English j']I English could hold his present i Dade candidacy might weakenOranie'i I and it seems doubtful at but no less deeply wise : express and
I County school superintendent from UP'j I
S ahoBld not ran for Governor. ;\\1. place as long w he wishes and I : Judson B. Walker of Or-j 1 fin DeFuniik having" served Springs as school and Ocala man I i i I cars claim election.for recognitionthrough I'li more whether than the a Din feeler."boom" 1 t&t proverbs answexeth, ,are 27:19.A t lace*,i 1 water the t knew pea a ye UM Scriptures that He



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-1 State Mack To Take I


/DAY.bi.D SystemChanges Part in First Stetson Sees Rodeo To Highlight Whitehair Set


Met Soprano Set To Give Recital at Southern I Eyed I

--;f- "-* to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Panel Hearing
l.AKELAND-Eleanor Steber. Metropolitan opera soprano internationally j 2,200 Students Webster FestivitiesBy As VFW Speaker
acclaimed when she made her European debut this Summer I TALLAHASSEE lAP A 16- [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Sfar]

will sing at Florida Southern College March 5 as musical highlight member committee of local school], TALLAHASSEE Richard A., '
of Founders announced. ,Mack of Coral Gables. first South I (Soecal; to The Sundoy Senfinel-Stor! ] AL CODY [ISpe'iof' to The Suvfcv Sertineltor]
Week. Pres.Ludd M. Spivey officials was named yesterday by i
[SPl! iol to The Sunday Sentne-Storl! P.
DELAND-More than 2.200 students SANFORD-Francis Wntte-
Dates lor Founders' Week,were simultaneously announced as :'; State School Supt. Colin English iI i Florida man tsf sit on the Railroad are expected here this weekas WEBSTER-Many of the cattle showed for the past candidate
March 27. 1948 and cancellaUon of the Southern appearance of' I III and Public Utilities Commission hair. former gubernatorial ,
to draft recommendations for a registration for Stetson Univer- two the second annual Sumter County Breeders
Ballet Theater I his of fire in days in will be principal speaker at
to have been here Jan. 29. revealed. I will get baptism a enroll-
new public school accounting and sity opens for the largest Chmn. T. Noble
here until this afternoon
will remain
Miss Steber"s recital here will be held in Mayhall auditorium at II reporting system. hearing on alleged shortcomingsof ment in the history of the school. Chow the dinner to be held by Post 3282.

8:30 p-m-, Founders' Week Friday. It will be her only appearance In. The group will meet in Gainesville the Apopka telephone exchange. according to Acting Pres. H. C. Brown announced yesterday.The Veterans of Foreign Wars. Monday

Florida this yearS Dr. Spivey said. Oct. 16-18. The recommendations -I I Mack was sworn in by Governor I Garwood.who Friday was appointed busy day saw Judge B. L. Southwell, of Tifton Ga., !night at the Mayfair Hotel.at 7.=30.
:
4 will be submitted to Caldwell, first time in this Administration -( to direct the University affairs I finish Judging Hereford and Aberdeen -<0 He will be introduced by sen.

county superintendents and the I that the : ..' until a successor for former Pres. Angus group classes and 4-H Lloyd F Boyle.
1 10,000 XRoyedJACKSONVILLE Cadet Candidates Eyed State Board of Education for ap-I Governor has ,{ : : ] W. S. Allen is chosen. I I and EPA youngsters from two- I I! Post Comdr. r. D. Scott will present '

IAPJ Approximately TALLAHASSEE API Gov. proval. ;taken such a !.' :..::1': <:; "I think Stetson has a great score localities compete in junior Market Sales the opening address and songs
Mack ::7
10000 students, Caldwell yesterday turned part. was ',:: :, ahead." Dr. Garwood stat- judging contests. will be by Dick
faculty members and to State Adj. Gen. MarkW. Five county superintendents appointed by'V" year I .
over included
person Other features yesterday Aiken. local radio
nel of of selectingtwo six principals and five county i Caldwell to fill .. .. : ed. "We all deeply regret Dr.
the University of FlorIda Lance the job a type demonstration by v tenor, accompanied -
will have received chest Florida National Guards- school bookkeepers are on the the seat left va- '.: Allen no longer will be with us ,.
committee. : and will miss his leadership W. B. McSpadden of Knoxville Top $$62,740JACKSONVILLE 5 _s by Roger
X-rays when the Florida State men to compete for appoint- ,canton the commission .. : greatly, but we shall nevertheless Tenn. Southeastern representative __3 Harris. Whitehair
Board of Health winds up its ments to the U. S. Military They are Supts. Lew Barstow of by the keep Stetson going for- for the American Aberdeen will speak on
X-ray survey there next week. Academy at West Point. Palatka Fred Wild of Sebring.. August death of ward." Angus Assn., and a short talk by LAP] Sales totaling jJ Three World
1* -AT Verman Kimbrough of Sarasota. Chin.V.. B. # Com. of Agriculture Nathan Mayoof ,
handled
? would $62,740 were on i. Govern men t s.
.. Cent George Marks of DeLand and Douglass. He announced dormitories Tallahassee. The show will three State operated livestock and Station
Government Economic Role 673 Per and that
Up John D. Milton of Mananna, Wilbur C. King open tomorrow afternoon end officially at noon today one markets during the week. WilliamL. WTRR will carry
JACKSONVILLE [API The roll of Government as an employerand Principals A. F. Swapp of Melbourne I acting chairman the registration of all new students day behind schedule due to the Wilson. director of State mar- the speech.

benefactor has increased 673 per cent in Florida since 1929. the G. F. Wilson of Tampa of the commisMack I would begin Tuesday mor- storm, but a rodeo performance, kets reported yesterday.The The VFW hasas
Florida State Chamber of Commerce reported yesterday. C. I. Hollingsworth of Clewiston Sion. said next major hearing will ning and continue through Thurs- beginning at 2:30: this afternoonwill its in
be in Tallahassee Oct. 7, when day noon. All juniors and seniors Arcadia Market toppedthe purpose
I Vernon Dozier of st. Petersburg provide a later attraction.
Last 23 cent 550404,000] of the total income received holding this
year per studentswill
who are former Stetson with a one-day auc-
of the
60 bus companies group
W R Thomas of Miami and W. some Sun Lake Branch of Lutz won
by Floridians was derived from Governmental sources as i register Thursday afternoon. tion total of $33,549. It handleda meeting promo-
will their defenses
B. Treloar of Daytona Beach and State present both the best pair and get of
compared with 10.1 cent in 1929." the Chamber said. students Friday cattle and 107 tion of Interestin
per bookkeepers Annette. Bradley of to commission charges of failureto and all other on sire group classes in angus division total of 667 '
"This amount includes all wages and salaries paid in Florida by I Quincy Ann Butler of Fort I keep schedules.. failure to pro- and Saturday. with Hunta Hara Ranch of hogs. local State

Federal. State and local governments and all benefit and allotment Lauderdale. Lacy Johnson of Or- vide enough seating space lack of I Classes. under a faculty aug- St. Augustine winning the ,best The Jay Market in extreme Whitehair and nationallov-feeling!:
will ernments
payments. lando, Luella Bowman of West sanitary waiting room facilities I I mented by 21 new members 29. herd award.In northwest Florida had a one-day that good government is vital to
Federal dies to farmers and growers are also included. Palm Beach and Edward Massieof and other deficiencies in travel start officially this Monday.freshmen Sept.will the Hereford division Santa sales volume of $19,644. handling the future of all veterans Post
week.
.. Bradenton accommodation. During Fe River Ranch showed the best
138 cattle and 406 hogs.The Quincy Comdr.
and I Scott declared
Mack 38, war veteran and for- :: take placement tests carry pair, with T. Noble Brown of Markets' auction sold 37 cattle
Record Construction PlannedJACKSONVILLE for Dinner guests will include city
ToppedTALLAHASSEE out preliminary preparations I'
mer employe of a rock company at i Webster showing the top get of and 237 hogs for a cash total of
API In two lAP] Con- Quarter Horse Port Everglades said he plans to I'I classroom work. sire and the best herd. The 4-H : $9.545.82. and county officials, president and
I said the facilities secretary of the Senior and Junior
Garwood :
days of registration. Florida A. struction of nearly 500 dwelling move his family to Tallahassee as Dr. Junior Judging contest '9o"aS won Prices paid for cattle on the Arcadia -
and M. College for Negroeshas units costing approximately soon as he can find a house. at the University had been greatly I by the Hillsborough County team i Market were quoted as follows Chambers of Commerce. American
enrolled a record 1,527 $3,600,000 in and near I expanded and renovated during,Alton Simmons Buford Simmons : Calves.$9 to $18.50 per hun Legion and D.A.V. officers and
students and more than 100 Jacksonville is expected to be- the Summer. He pointed to reconditioning and Lamar Matthews of Plant dred pounds; yearlings. $7.50 to post commanders of nearby VFW
Entries Sifted of Chadoin Hall, girls'dormitory I posts as well as State officers of
others are awaiting approvalof gin shortly after insured loans i IClearwateriOUt I I City coached by Asst. County $16.50: feeders. $8 to $14.25: cows
of the the VFW.
off-campus housing arrangements covering the project are clear- paving campus Agent Joe Armos. I $5 to $14.25; steers $10 to $1725;
before they are' ed by the Federal Housing I streets, improvement in labora-I The FFA contest was toppedby I bulls. $9 to $1425 Hogs sold ati I
admitted. Administration. [Special to The Sunday !Sent net-Stor] of Meet tory equipment the Bushnell FFA chapter's Arcadia for prices ranging from; Scientists are continually
OCALA-A pre-sale and show j: new lighting system In the team composed of Charles I $6 to $25.75 per hundred pounds. searching for means of diluting indium -
I, sifting committee of Florida Quar- I,! [Soeriol to The Sunder/ Sentinel-Star] 1 brary and the greatly 11-1 Tompkins James Sparkman andD. The price range for hogs on the and making it work by proxy
Police Launch Widespread Search for Slayer ter Horse Assn. was here yesterday CLEVELAND The Blackburn quarters for the College of C. BcviUe, with Herbert Sim- Jay Market was: Grade No.1. due to Its excessive rarity.

TAMPA API State Police and other law officials started a inspecting entries of Anthony Bombers of Clearwater Fla.,,'at the Municipal airport. mons their vocational agricul- i $25.95 to $26 per hundred pounds

widespread search In this area yesterday for Don Stevens of Jacksonville I I Farms and W. H. Hogan for their i I Southern Division titleholders. last To provide additional dormitory ture Instructor No. 2. $25.25; No. 3. $23.75 to $24; TelexHearing AidsDemonstraUonsSaJesSernce
has
wanted for questioning in the slaying of a father and a son in annual show and sale in Orlando ngiht were eliminated from the I space the University Matthews was top 4-H individ- I No.4. $20.90: No.5. $20.50; sows.
of the city to
Jacksonville.State. Nov. 7-8-9 world softball championships when I accepted the offer ual Judge .and Jerald Wright of $18.50 to $21.95; feeders. $16.50 to
The committee. consisting of:I they lost to Toronto Canada 6It utilize one of the former Naval made the best FFA individual i .
Anthony 75.
$24 .
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truck which said ..
troopers here have picked up a they the Municipal airport Until lIPS ffie aim* vrH MrMi
Herman Turner Sarasota, Jack] to 0. I barracks at score. Other money win- ] .. .tMiit in remIies.i er M -1' .Mt'tut.
belonged to Stevens. Dnval County.authorities are on the way here Carleton. Wauchula. and T. was the second loss against which will accommodate 52 ning 4-H teams in order were: II I Scald the ends of dahlia stems .

to assist In search for Stevens. Durrance Jr. of Brigton have .J.I|I three victories for the Floridians single men. Essential furniturewill Folk. Lake Hardee. Sumter. Lake I in hot water when cut to prevent 712 Hillerest Mrs. Katherine Are.. Orlando Brow F1odda.FRANKO .
Sheriff Rex Sweat Jacksonvule said Stevens was named by an the past two days inspected entries and the decision came early in be provided and rental will [second team]. Other FFA prize i quick wilting.
eyewitness as the slayer, of Richard Melvin 42. and his father James from Jack Cliett. Ed Webb of i the first inning, when Herb Dudley I be $7.50 monthly. winning teams In order were: '
Melvin. 74. at their suburban home at Jacksonville. Wauchula Durrance Ran c h., Clearwater hurler who had I Dean L. A. Haslup of the Law Ocala, Leesburg, Webster Bar-
,
Brighton. A. A. Story. Ct. Cloud.T. .i College stated registrations for enrollment '
been the tourney's :sensation.showed tow. Wiersdale Anthony. Wildwood -
M. Britt. Winter Garden and he had lost his stuff com- I were still being accepted. Zephyrhills and Kathleen. B
the Ocala horse owners. pletely. I An enlarged faculty and increased Winners in the AberdeenAngusclasses

Red Cross Rolls Into ActivityWEST have More been than seen 150 quarter during horses their I First Local School possible classroom of students to facilities accept he a said.have larger made number It order with judged owners Saturday names listed were in as E.: WRIGHT I

tour. Actual sifting of entries follows: Best pair: Sun Lake: Sun
PALM BEACH [API Red described as the worst "sufferer"and ;
i Mailed Lake Hunta Hunta Hara; get of
to the annual event will be made Expenditure
Cross administration district headquarters Delray Beach as the worst after the tour ends tonight. Caldwell To Get sire: Sun Lake Lakeview Farm.
sufferer "per capita" Many of the TALLAHASSEE [lAP The first ,
Lakeland
: Hollins Wood Ranch.
for Florida will be set up I applications for help came from Today the group will inspect'! contribution of State funds is history I Legion Invitation Crystal River; best herd: Hunta CITY COMMISSIONER

here and win open this morning.Mel .' families whose homes had suffered quarter horses entered by Gene for local school capital improvements [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Hunta Hara SunLake. Sun Lake.
Llvengood. Palm Beach roof damage and were in need of Pride. W. H. Lester and W. H. II has been sent to NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Gov. Hollins Wood. Winners of the \ WARD
Red Cross chairman said all 'I I immediate repair. Mitchell at st. Petersburg 0 Bar1 I Suwannee County. State School,. Caldwen will be invited to speak Hereford classes judged Saturday. -
Red Cross disaster relief activities O Ranch and Hi Hat Ranch ati Supt. Colin English said twa 1, here Nov. 9 whe nthe American Listed in order with owners names !

In Florid would be coordinated -. 'i Roofing Stocks Sent Sarasota. I I I checks totalin g$7.808 drawn under -, Legion opens its three-day rodeo were as follows Best pair: Santa i i Orlando Property Owner
. throurh'the headquarters. a Board of Education special at the American Legion sportsbowl Fe: T. Noble Brown Santa Fe, I
,
Elmer Bryant southeastern director -;I To Storm-Hit Areas Only 26 Pass Tests | release for emergency school bus near the airport. Other prominent T.W.Brown.L.T.Langf ord.Plant Over 14 Years .

of disaster service for the TALLAHASSEE [API Several [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor] purchase by the county had been I statesmen also will be invited.A City: Best herd: T. Noble Brown \,
Red Cross will serve as director of'I roofing manufacturers have agreedto APQPKA Drivers tests were! mailed. I parade of horses which will Santa Fe T. W. Brown Herbert I'i ,

the office. divert all possible stocks into' given here Friday and of the 56 appear in the rodeo will precede R. Dear High Springs. Nine Years Residence in Ward 2
Llvengood reported more than I I I I Commission Session Set the day's afternoon pro-
hurricane areas to supply emergency applicants only 26 passed examinations opening
400 requests for help had alreadybeen I repair needs an AmericanRed and secured licenses, according Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] i gram. Shows will be presented at Officer Parley Slated I
received and added that they Cross official said here yes- to Patrolman A. L. Graham LEESBURG-City commissionwill I! night Nov. 10, and in the afternoon [Special to The Sunday Sent nel-Star] My sole ambition in seeking the offic Is to qir CrowIng
were "mounting1 by the hour. Of terday. The Red Cross national of the Florida Highway Patrol meet Monday at 7.30: pjn. in of Nov. 11.PTASupper Orlando Honest and Businesslike Administration
I LEESBURG Selection of officers an
the requests. 250 were from the headquarters also Is working out in charge. regular session. i ______________ .
for National
Leesburg's affairs.
of
I new its
Beach and 190 !
West Palm area I
arrangements. for diversion of sup- Plans Readied
I Guard company will be discussedby
Beach.
from Delray plies of other necessary supply I I [Special to The Scmday Sentinel-Star] I the organization committee at If you are a qualified voter and live anywhere In the
Beside Bryant. there will be : materials to storm areas. J. M. HCL CruiserJACKSONVILLE LEESBURG-Leesburg Parent- a meeting next week. I
Tangles Up Luxury
I City Limits you.can Vote RIGHT for WRIGHT.
Cross fficials Florida State relations officer -
five ether Red : Jones. ; Teacher Assns. have completed Present plans call for using the \ :
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serving the office. for the welfare agency said. [AP] The high I operate at present fares" he declared plans for their annual covered dish old State Guard meeting place at .

The West Palm Beach area was cost of living caught up with the He was not optimisticover j supper honoring local teachers at I I the baseball park in the Venetian WHEN YOU VOTE f OR'WRIGHT YOU VOTE RIGHT

Dial23741i Leesburg JayCees. Eye : cruise ship SS New Northland here I service.the possibility of resuming I 7 the p.m.high school patio Sept. 29 at! built.Gardens until the new armory is 1 Paid Political Advtl

yesterday.
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J;;: LEESBURO Leesburg Junior will continue its trips out
Chamber of Commerce is considering -' of Jacksonville rested with directors ,
of ball I'
distribution
gum
and shareholders of the
C..iabIaU.. N..... vending machines In Leesburg. it .- '

H. rut DoorChime was announced at Friday's Seaway Steamship Line its op- .. t_ .
ass Ort i ing. Proceeds would be meet-I erators. -'. '. .
the organization's work. I Eric Wharton. president of the
of the Junior Chamber will meet line said that the 95-man crew
Dermeyer I Ntie at Jimmy Herlong's house Monday had been ordered paid off and the .

Mixer KoaiUrCONTRACTORS night. I I ship has been "tied up indefinitely. ,

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N. Hms ILGUS Escaped Convicts Ask I ISherifl's Directors and shareholders are S
expected to meet in New York to
Assistance I discuss advisability of resumingthe I

FORT MYERS [API Two of the cruises to Caribbean ports dur- ,
MADDER'S four convicts who escaped from ing Fall and Winter. The line .
the LaBelle prison camp the nightof had announced only two days ago Soc $'Juuu/ J\
REFRIGERATION the hurricane were recapturedhere : that service would continue on the' tf

SERVICE Friday night after they had basis of advance bookings.

robbed a house two doors from Principal Items In Increased
the home of Sheriff Floyd Ellis operating costs Wharton said,
Used Refrigerators and asked the sheriff's assistance I were waxes and food.
Bought and Sold when their stolen car stalled. -
"It had reached a point where L
Promp&EtfteteDt.Bea.b1ew. we could no longer continue to CALLSIT ;;
repair all makes and type; Cattlemen To Meet I
.
Don't Fuss [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ti
Fone Gus FONE7726Backed EUSTIS Central Florida IF VITAMINS "EASY ELEGANCE" ;

ky Zt year ezpulHce Cattlemen's Assn. will hold Its DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry '
HI KUHL A VB. annual meeting during the ,
Florida Sportsmen's Exposi- NUXATED IRON j:2
tion here in March. it was an- WiwByaar doctor .-JO a nthdm ml II
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dmoi tap ro*.be tno MKMtor Ik- -i .
nounced yesterday. wtK-. If viitmiB doat barb yes SD. tfrVTXATED -
The affiliateof IRON M brlt bud ftiora ton nd ,
association an
color w nor Mood far full J;>d Mood help BUT
tailored suits
these
the Florida association. is of Hi t*f...l JuM wonderful "tirk: W NUXAT Today, finely
1ROf tabbi fix qiii.. awbim ill's then a bait
composed of cattlemen in Orange ..
ataLhL: -0517 dino.d-&be Isin.
Lake and Volusia Coun- '/

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ROW TD qD BROKE I FORT PIERCE [APJ Mrs. Sara : are -

I/12 SECONDS! Elizabeth McCulough. 76. died in I

think_.c ...happe*to J'OOI.....'" 1 I IDoi.'t a injuries Fort Pierce received hospital during Thursdayof the hur- I fy: Then there's a new feel of comfort '. .

think tfcey eaat coU< -rydkMi74* .vn-.ad afcn sanueiM* : knockedher Tried-tnd-FroTen 't.. .litJt : #
blew open at her home.
jrouf pay.. Attf__ *you wilt the CMC.*" air of smartness. Ease t4 '
_loss TO"alMrt_coUl down. fracturing a leg and Relief to Sufferers a new
|.ABbUM vrrtc* pobcic tha *..ffr protectye I inflicting other injuries. _
*.The cost is moderate aad AlIsties Eaey I IPaymoit Sinus
P1.. protKt* you *ba q jrwt pay. 1 combined with elegance-in fabrics
What the Governor Said! Fever ; :
Get ItM dctaala NOW.Orlando Hay {

!See.........t...........-'ky- I MIAMI [APJ First gubernatorial Asthma \\Di:1 T4514/
.......Pdsnu.aIMy ioo_IsIspaa commitment to participate of superior quality.
dedication of Dade County's new I Chronic Constipation ,

PHON!.waITE 01 V1I1' $11 million Crandon Park and $6 Ptrusalind "_alln,.. Easy
THE AUnATI AGENT : million Rickenbacker Causeway .. as.. Each Castes Ma p.p;; came yesterday from Gov. J. LabaraUry. Backed fey '. .
%_is IN yOU', LOCAL SLAtS Carolina Yttrt .f Rncarch. Dwclotaeat : :.
Strom Thurmond. of South '
aualllfG.. aid Treatment. M.... I.eludlybdual. .
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*. JJJ W, Forsyte St. S-4JU It you dkint have to worry or work ELECTRONIC NORMALIZER : '
MIa.. tM Biscay Bit*. .-S IJRANCE for a living you'd probably not have c ; :
stomach ulcer pains But U you do 1 LABORATORY : : '{:i [;E:2t r'
have them, don t suffer unnecessarily.; 9W HiMerkrastt BMf. I ,
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LLIISTPTE I cat Udga Tablets a combination ef JcckMivilto. Fla.Pbm . ,
'three scientifically; approved medicines i-M72HAME ;t--tA', ,
COMPANIES for the relief of stomach or ulcer pains I ; '
indigestion heartburn. sour stomach ______________ u S : :. ,.: .
OlOANUiO $T UA*$". ROEBUCK & CO. and other conditions caused by excess ,. .. '
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N I winners again this season
,
bet
,. If CHAMJE WADSWOKTHlite to gather in Orlando for the tournament ment site that 10 of the leading McJordan worked handinhandwith Jimmy Demaret. one of the : Todd. since the Orlando

( ,Sunday Sentinel-Star Sports Staff] Thornal added. money winners will compete. me in this promotion and leading money winners of the past p- I IJim has been playing far event,

One of Central Florida's biggest This was indicated in a statement Since last Decembers tourna- through his co-operation and that year. Lew Worsham. Denver Open down the

sports events the JayCee-spon- from PGA See. George ment however Thornal and mem- of the City of Orlando we are winner, and Bobby Locke South list.

bored $10.000 Orlando Open Golf Schneiter who pointed out that bers of the JayCee committee have able to have this tournament African sensation who won a flock : The announcement of the tournament ,

Tournament. will be played at the Orlando event would ear- received letters from practically again Thornal said. of laurels since last April. are followed closely on the

Dubsdread Country Club in De mark the start of the Winter every professional player who competed ,\ tournament committee has those expected here for the heels of an announcement that
cember. season for the touring links- here indicating that they not been named from the Junior among the Dubsdread Golf aad Couatry

Burton Thornal. president ot men and that they would all would return to the Orlando meet. Chamber of Commerce ranks meet.The JayCees sponsored their Club had been sold by Malcolm C.

the Orlando Junior Chamber of be eagtr to get in as much warm Thornal was jubilant over con- yet Thornal revealed but added first PGA Open at Dubsdread in Davenport to a paru trship eon

Commerce last night announcedthat weather playing as possible before tracting the tournament. that Randolph :Mathenv wouldbe 1945 when Beltin' Benny Hogan slsting of Simpson! Peaaf and Carl

the popular Professional moving West.A "As you know we had some : chairman of the committee."I captured first money. Last year Dann Jr

Golfers Assn.. sanctioned event new PGA ruling devised last difficulty in raising the money. Todd comparative newcomer The December event win )be the
have a
will anannOlli"'lCement Harry
', by Schneiter and his office but we finally made it. think Matheny first big-time profurtMul
would start on Dec. 4 with the \ I year to the professional field. &Guru-
that
final round scheduled on Dec. 7. after the organization had und"r- "I would like to express Walton my of the tournament concerning in the walked away with top honors. -,..' .. ment scheduled for the! Dubcdreal

One of the largest fields on the gone a Juggling within its front personal appreciation to time. part neat future" he added. Hogan is back among the mcney DeMaret: Ben Hogan course since it changM baafe.
at this
however very
POA Winter circuit: Is expected),. Randy Matheny Burton Thornal.i office. guarantees each tourna-1 I I iMcJordan





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Dodger Donates Infield Braves Ole Miss Beats Kentucky/ 14-7 j Shutout Stubborn Cubs Birds .




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Don Vincent, Rollins' efficient publicity man pens j as.;. ',, I Passes Rebels
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another optimistic note about Jack McDowall's 1947 Tars.It I BROOKLYN tAPl Johnny Sain, Ii' I ST. LOUIS (API 1 The 8t LmU

should be of interest to many Rollins followers in this I righthander.I I 0 Cardinals stubbornly refusta* to
curve balling Boston To
section, so here it is: I thwarted Brooklyn bid to clinch' Victory : bow completely out of the National

-_ "The squad is beginning to round into pretty good National League flag this aft- OXFORD. Miss I API The good League! pennant picture

shape and Td guess they are a long way ahead of their condition at the right arm of chunking Charley again defeated the Chicago Cabs

tna: ume last season. ernoon when he pitched the Bravesto Conerly and the big. grasping last night. 5 to 0. thus retaining

The backfield is looking quite good. Jack has dug up a halfback an 8-1 victory over the Dodgers! hands of Barney Poole yesterday their mathematical chance of finishing
-
named Bob Smatbers. about 155 or 160 pounds who is going before a disappointed crowd of accounted for a Southeastern Conference -
in a tie with the Brooklyn
to help at right wing. lie's not officially accepted for enrollment I Ii 29162. football victory for the
University of Mississippi over Ken- Dodgers.
as I write this, and for that reason I haven't publicized his presence SaiD, who never before had been
tucky's Wildcats. The score was -- -
here. Bat he's fast as hand knows how to run i able to beat the Brooks at Ebbets 14 to 7.Under.

"Sam Hardman is beginning to get his legs in shape and will .Field. limited them to six singlesto sunny skies ventilated by

make plenty of touchdowns. Cal Peacock spinncrback hampered by register his 20th victory for the hurricafte-bred brisk breezes a

bad legs last year] is as hot as a firecracker. And some of the second successive season. crowd of about 18000 saw the

; second string backs will be as good as last year's first stringers. Vic Lombardi. who started for Rebels rack up touchdowns in the

The line is still the big problem." I the Dodgers was the loser. The first and third periods, while Kentucky -
three '
little lefthander, first of s best effort was an opening
Last year McDowall had a cracker-jack line. poor backfield. Give Dodger hurlers who were belted period tally.

him a bunch of backs who can carry the mail however, and he'll put for 11 safeties. was touched for It was Conerly, a lithe fleet-

on an offensive show that will pack Greater Orlando Stadium. And four unearned runs in the first footed Clarksdale Miss.. youth

despite line headaches at the moment. Jack and Alex Waite will ccme inning when his usually depend- who engineered Mississippi's offensive -

up with a creditable forward wall. able infield went to pieces committing power although his key I

It now is beginning to look like those old pre-war years when four errors. receiver Poole with ever-hungry
I BOSTON (NJ BROOKLYN 151 mitts. cashed in eight tosses for
McDowall always had a Georgie Miller or the same Sammy Hardman .
... II .t 5,4 aHoImrs.
around to race for touchdowns like scared rabbits. ." 4 I 1 I tanb.1t' 4 0 1 I I ANCHORS AWEIGH! ,On Whidbey Island in Sept 27 Running interference for Pistol' Pete 71 yards and one touchdown.
),.WCmLd I 1 1 0 IRolOnaes.lb I 1 1 I 4 Only five minutes and 10 plays
lIopp.d 1. 1 I aill-I..ct 4 I S 1 I Puget Sound, Navy's backfield prepares for Williams are, left to right, Al McCully, Reaves were required in the opening period

I From the war Coach Harding of Miami Hurric.-a'nrs talked a.UwluJr.1t EIII.tt.!" 51S1IWs1lO.if S 1 I 1 H..mIl1.1t! $5515 I I 0 I 1 opening game with California in Berkeley, I Raysinger and Bill Hawkins. for the Rebels to tally. Eulas 4

I earlier this week there remains a distinct possibility that Miami and F.CIDkI11 5 1 1 11 liLdearda.e 4 I 1 4 IMai.e -- - -- -- I Jenkins returned the opening .:

I Rollins may play here at Greater Orlando Stadium in 1949. Ryaa.1t 3112eR"5I141iJ04040b4... 4551. SlS S -- I kickoff 19 yards and then skirted

Such a game would assure at least one "big time" team showIng ('uu.r.sO I 1 1 I Lmlllrdip 1 I I I Iam. _
: i .. I 1 1 1 i.Whlta.aa 1 I 1 S I Gives I IFlorida's I
Red Sox Big Inning
here and tha.t.s.the one big angle in putting over a stadium expansion I Earns.p". I 155.5 I I I 5ihSntd. Split Gators Next

program. : VaaetUII.p, I I I I 1 Gators play the vic
Harding said he would bring rough-tough Hurricanes here -----1 ----- torious Rebels at Jacksonville

t-u there's any way possible for me to do. so. Totals S8. 11 2T 11)) Totals SI 1 4 IT 11 I next Saturday in the season's
pf :, a-Buixtel for Lombard In I.ILI Browns 5-3 Win
,! "I've been corresponding with Jack [McDowall] right along 'I Boston Grounded .out for.. Banta la _''fIt.IL I1 M*-* Two With Nats 4'4 4 \ I opener for Coach Ray Wolf's : .
-
en the subject and I hope we can work out the arrangement" I'j Brooklyn-_-_ '-__ _.- _toe 110O '1-1 I! 1917 "unknown quantity' eleven. :
\ I Brcae J. Siankr Edward. I. Rune c
Error.: : .
1,1 batted ta: f. McConnlck 1. Hope Hoijats. ElUotu : BOSTON TAP! Held to eight I CHICAGO TAP] The st. Louis
.t. i t ; The Miami mentor explained that one difficulty he faced wasH : \\aIlt.r.. sacrifices: Oill r. I. Bjan. Left pa singles while losing the opener Browns scored five runs on eight right end for 24 to arrange matters -
ba.St Boston 10. Brooklyn T Bun OB balls: for Conerly. He nailed Jenkins '
way he scheduled big-time outside opponents. "We belong to no Soil *. Lombard 1. Banta 1. Vancuyk L Btrike-. 6-3. the Boston Red Sox bounced hits during the first five innings with nine-yard heave ran -

t ..1 i conference and .sometImes those ranking teams tell us when they'll k *outs In:5 Sam moines 3. :Lombard Banta Sial S. Hits: Vsncnvk: off Lombard 4 to THtt back with fourteen hits for a 7-2 I 1 and coasted to a 5 to 3 victory over for 16 in a two tries himself to

I cpme to Miami. They give us no choice. We must. either take them by Bttrter: by Banta (Ryan). Wild pncbBaata. : triumph over Washington in the the Chicago White Sox yesterday. carry to Kentucky's 32.

I It\ en that date or not at all. I Loitui pitcbn-: Lombard 1 11. Empires; Gore. I second game of yesterday's double- The Brownie victory. their : A pass, Conerly to right end
>aeJJ1 aacI Robb. Xima: : in the past 12
i And of the other factor is 1 header. eighth games en- for
I I course one big dough.naml by next Eterette lIarperas good
abled St. Louis to keep alive its
\ pear{ will ,be able to play in Orange Bowl Stadium with a seating 'jI Johnny Pesky hit safely twice eight and then a minute later
in each running his con- chances of escaping the American .
game,
"_ I {capacity of over 0,000. That's why It'll cost money to lure them Newsom Loses streak League cellar. The Browns now the chunker hit halfback Farley
\ secutive games hitting to
Salmon for 11 just before plop-
-q I sway from that big stadium. : ;
26, a new modern Red Sox record trail seventh place Washington by ping the ball in Poole's hands
I I Harding had high praise for McDowall Jack's teams are never and making his total hit output five games with eight to play. over the goal line. Bobby Os

i regarded lightly by anybody and he's given.me a couple of beatings for the year 202. Pesky now has Pete Gebrian. White Sox freshman walt's placement was good for

\ and many more rough nights. He's one of the shrewdest most capable A's Stop YanksPHILADELPHIA j banged out more than 200 hits was the victim of theBro'A"IlS' the extra point and Ole Miss ,- ,

ooaches'in the nation. And the way he takes a conglomeration of : I in each of his three years in the fast start. : was out in front. I .

t 1 ijiaterial and males something out of it year-in and year-out Is !, big time ST. LOUIS sSFbIs. fAJ CHICAGO abrIls IA) Minutes later Kentucky launched J ..J4 \
amazing.' I I API The Philadelphia The Nats found starter and' mAar.3It, 4 I 1 1 KoIlGw.y.n I 5 1 4 30ir.d a drive from Ole Miss' 46 whena ,p'.If. _
Ii Athletics stopped the loser Lefty Earl Johnson for five !> I I'k.DIad7.f) 5 0 4 3 5 Conerly heave went waywardand
: : ; i
I ; ,, .,
\ :!b sellsKoah.lt THE BUILD-UP: Yale's back-
New York Yankees. 3-2 behind hits and three runs in the open- j S J 1 4 IITWi,15. 4 1 1 5 1 fell into the hands of Wildcat
f Roy loran, popular veteran pro at Orlando Country Club, is one the seven-hit pitching of Dick, ing inning of the first game and : Zullla.ll C I I 1 "jTerker.rf 4 I I a 6soh. halfback Bill Boiler, who followedup field ace, Levi Jackson, keepsin
I iro who definitely opposes the Idea of earning cash .... .. a 5 I I .WaD_ I 1 I 3 S
youngsters by Fowler yesterday as Sam Chap- added three more on three hits j; Jo4nch.Ib 2 1 5 5 PfohaeIs55 4 I 1 0 3trlneaad4IIlllTrcrhc the interception with a 36-yard shape for football by work
1 Bunting up lost golf balls around golf courses. man and Hank Jameski drove in and a walk off Dave Ferris third 35135 dash. as a hod carrier on a con
Boston pitcher in the ninth. F.r".c! I I 1 5 IIrl1lr") I 1 S S I The Reb defense stiffened ing
"We absolutely will not allow it at Orlando Country Club he : all the home club's runs. KIDdr,.. 3' 1 I IolleMu..p 1 I I S 1iHolits on Nevi Haven.
collected three of Harold Toenes. recently recalled ::; the six and the ball went over, struction job in
i ;said "because It's too dangerous at, our course. We've got three I!I Majeski. who 10111 -
hakes within the nine hits yielded by Bobo New- from Chattanooga made his first IH.- ,I I I I IISI'5il57 but not for long. A punt that
our coarse and there's plenty of water there to drown !
in the route for the start for the Nats in the nightcap I 11105aMwdfl.p went out of bounds on the 25 gave
i som going ( I I I I IdAt.PIWIS -
{youngsters That's why we won't allow it, and why we'll chase off
I ,, Yanks batted across two runs, and was touched for nine hits and :l 1 II I I ITech the Wildcats a lift and halfback -
I ,ball-banting youngsters or treat them as trespassers. including the winning marker in two walks for five runs before he ---I 17 --- -- Don Phelps in three runs movedto
1 j $ II l Totals 38 1II2712
_ Horan also explained that last year a Negro caddy at OCC was the eighth frame and Chapmani was derricked in the fith with no- .-'rrwk o.it for GrbrltB In IHh.b the three. A pass from Quarterback -

I I rowned while looking for golf balls. !i I clouted his 14th home run of the body out. e-WaIked-MUwInt. for for Torah Harrt to 1*ItIL itS :: George Blanda to right end

"Please pass on the news to youngsters that we won't allow ball :I jear.I Ted Williams held hitless In the d-Filed mt for CaJd.,U la .tk.St 'Wallace Jones meant six points.

"4 hunting I The victory the 11th for opener. slugged two triples anda LOOK __.____ .___ 120 lit IIfII'-S( Blanda's placement was good.
I t by enterprising youngsters at our course he wound up. I!I was '_111.... __ ___ MI HI *!-1
and walked twice in the Interception of a Boiler aerial ,
I Fowler against 12 defeats whileNewsom's single t-; .r0: Krannir Otirim CaldwelL Stuns
defeat left him with a second game. He also drove in J: bared in: BrnrtOno Earljr. Kuulrr. Hntb. lh by Jenkins who sped 42 yardsto
I I
Of, From this far-off distance, it appears that [1] Georgia without record of 11 wins and 11 losses. three nor. ill hart* 2. HniBrdr T..-ba. <. hits: knrr the Kentucky 21. set Conerlyin

I 'frippi is not so rough a customer this year. or 12] that Furman has NEW YOIIK IA) PHILADELPHIA fAI runsFIRST GAME IN THE BUCKLE: Catchingfly "" .WslIsoThreebate..., Hnth. Moles bM bits: Coinaan.: Earlr. TreJuHox 8 trttef action again. lie finally ran

gotten around to fielding a really strong eleven. ..0,5.410tjrnes2b a" .. a : WASHINGTON.5,51st. (A J BOSTON..brSI.Y05.Sb tlTotals a balls at his belt buckle : svinrr Irhmrr Double fi.n: Wallaoa.Ko over from the eight in two dashes
though.let's not get to far down on Yally Butts and I I I ?I 11c'aoIty.Jf 4 I I 1 I IlIIItro.nbn.3b/ 41511TrioIrTh uar and Tort; KoHonaT aod York.. Kmurdraa and Oswalt converted for what
1_ t Offhand ,, H.1IricII.rl'' 4 I I 1 1'1 KDrkmk..ff 4 I 5 I 0 New York Giant second base- \ Bulldogs this early in the season. The Trippi-less Bulldogs maTt err,... 41554tbap..an.c(4224I : 415121)'o..ky..n 42225 or'. St. Lnnis 7. (bh-aro t. Bam .n baJiII: became the final margin. I
LOI.UL2S I 1 I 1 5.PIua.0.! 4 I I 1 II ..
1.)1&.141. I 1 I I e F.In.11I S I III 1 man Bill Rigney is remindfulof K i Vr 1. C..brl. S. Harrl. I. Taldwrll 1. Blanda the visitors' celebrated
be as strong as they were last year, the idea sticks here that S S S I I .1.rsI. S 1 I I 1I''UU.mlllf' I 1 I I IFIddylb Rtrlkroatx Kind, S. Marrfea ,
MQutiin.lb 5 1 5 lIMoi.skiIb 4 : 1 raldmll L WIt:
'I I I I bIDorro.25, 4 S I 4 little Rabbit Maranville boater off kicks of 50 and
Furman show- W.Jn.n.lb. 4 I 1 I 41"b 4 I S I II.Iad.lLJf for off (..hrlan > la 5 Inainn; Karri* I la 2I ; got 67
was getting along Friday night against by : Onfl.l7 2 2 5 I I I11re.
: 4 5 I 4 fOljonott.J' I I 6 I : 1 : :I=. ... : : of the National I .1 I '.If 2 1 611 Ii one
fls as little as humanly possible for the benefit of University of RIuu'.... S512Ia.rr..s 31121 years p"'rimGrhrian." T mpim: Pummfrs Roycr and
Miss racked dozen first downsto
"PI'DC.f' I' 1 I ITrbIw.Its.l' I I I I 1 up a
t a..p I S I I liFue),.. I I I 1 I I League's shortstops. Kommcl. 'Tim: 2:17. Aft_...**, : 2 U7. I
Vrnzs.IbSII50MrGab. 1111:7Os top
Carolina scouts.
grid : Kentucky's six.
I '" ,
I \ ,.., 4lISClJohesonp 15.511
;1-1-'I1] -
'I'ot.18 333T2I10 Total.tewT.rk -- KENTUCKY *_ MISSISSIPPI
I although the belief here is that Mr; Choo-Choo Justice and I __ 2flO -- 0uIthaN..a44I54flrtoh.p. 215411ha.tLd.X4II4CIMO.PI I Penn. Commissioner Hensley B. PooltStrinl 1 :
J 1 Tar Heel troupe will whip Georgia come Saturday, the hunch Is I'btIad.Iohls 404 11 lIziErmn W1us.p 4 I 1 1 ZIFrrzba.p' I 11151 I I 1 I _.:::.:::: g.--- ErtrUonPmton '
French
Some. RUDI bitted ID: MrQ.iiitn. John2153001) Triumph In __. _____ :
that Georgia will show far greater strength than was evident against : -. __18-- I ISI I Suspends Middleweight u LO B ackvellRhodnnjrt :
I 1. CISPIMIL 1.ba: bit: tTb- __ C _h__ BrM *rsYarntia
Turman. Just wait awhile until you peg Georgia for the season.I ba. bit: 8<-,... Horn ran: Cbapman. Double 37-f 112713)\) Totals 22" 12712a "PITTSBURGH ___-__. RO ___ Crawford.
pa1: W Jotmaoa. PltmwL and MrQulnnI i i iI' -\MUwd for toIn *tha Allied 'Olympics'BERLIN tAPJ Pennsylvania -Grtftia ____u RT ________ LambAt
I I I Furman's decided impro\ement. as evidenced against Georgia I Left on bam: New Took S. FhUadrlphia" I. haze 1 1on Htruck out for Dorkb In XthWa4iln Boxing Com. John Mont- Rid,. __ RE: _______ Harper
: balls footer :NMtmni 1. Strikeouts, :Nra _______ ___ .
J
bodes no good for Bear Wolf's Florida Gators but watch ticket I' ."5 I. Fowlrr L Vmpm: ) : Ca'srrUa.I FaaooaftllaI KM im 118'-1 [AP A well-balanced gomery announced last night he Boiler __. ___.___ LH _*. ____ ConrrlT '"
u
{sales sport at. Tampa for the Furman-Flonda game Nov. 1. I sad '.alrr.. n.e: la&. tarn: :\aar Runs baurd in: )MrBrtdc Vrrnra. French team won the mythical has suspended Middleweight\ Tee yarns _hhU_ RH .________ TSbUtr ;-.
I .... .____ PB __ ____ JenkinS -
i K' Coan 2. Sprnrs William liVI: i iItorre. championship of the Allied Forces Hubert of Washington D. C., for Motel hU n
I
Tvo-baso hit ( Three ba I Score b7 quarters*
: sea. :
Forbes Chief Cops <.... Etoim Itmrnr: c can.. lIat'r1IreUliamL! I "Olympics" yesterday with the failing to put forth his best effortin Krntucky --------.7 0 .0 0- 1MiMssiDDl
i Mize Smacks 50thFourBaQger I>nukle plij: Traris to ..,.,... toemoa: Lronsto Unit d States second as track and a fight against Tommy Yarosz TOT O-14
; dliran ta >.al1l..... I/ett on bam: taiilnf- I I! field Kentucky troriiu Touchdown W.
'Little BrownJug'DELEWARE. tnat II. BoMMi .. on balla: off Dortofc *. teams from the armed forcesof Monaca Pa., in Zivic Arena Tues- Jones Ifor Ridge). Point alMI touch
FrrriM L !ltr_.:' b* WTHB t. Dorbli .. eight nations bettered ten of day night.If down B!and* (placement:_ 4
Giants 5-3 I Smith L Bits: ,$?. Johnson S in 2.* inninoDnrfeh : last Mississippi acorlna: Touchdowns B
Ohio tAPl Forbes year's
Down.Philadelphia ] meet records. the is
ruling
1 J IB 7 1 J. FerrM J io 1-J. Smith I ta upheld by the Poole Conerly Point after touchdown.Oscalt .
Chief, brown colt from the New- 1-1. Wild I>UdIpt... lAma pitcher: john....... 'i Capturing only three first places full commission. Hubert win be 2 for Bowen) (piac_ ntx.

_ 1 \ I 'NEW YORK [rAP] Johnny Mize hit his 50th home run I IC port Stock Farm of South Plain-I Tun mplres of:game ilrkinler: 2.Ot.IfcGovan.Attendance Rue: 11.J\JO and! Gnne. I but adding five seconds and the unable to fight In any State which I

yesterday, tying Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh in the National': field. N. J.. won the second $384200 I I nomt equivalent of eight thirds operates under regulations of the !
fl-1.
"Little Brown Jug" for threeyearold :: fnCOIiD GAME) : the French squad ran up a total National Boxing Assn. The commission -
home downed
r League run derby, as the New York Giants ; I WASHINGTON LAJ BOSTOIII LAIaUrSsn .
pacers in straight heats yesterday airS. a 5 I lof 33 points with the U.s. garneri will meet Oct. 1 in Phila-
ihe Philadelphia Phillies ,5-3, behind Andy Hansen's five- ; each in 2:05: to take down a RobrtonJI4IIlljeoiobs.35 31123 i ing 34 with three first-place men. I delphia.

1 hit pitching. All the New York runs were the result of ; purse of 19100. I!te'rlddl.2b SIlltIPIMagjls.cf4225 I 1 S I 4tPookya.: : 4 5 2 5 3te.04 Denmark surprised by collecting

four-baggers. 4 Goose Bay. bad mannered brown :, V."OIII11 4 I I 5 IIMIHaze.It a I I I I four first-tops for the day-and I SOONERS IldLD RECORD -
.._,
.
i! With Andy Hansen hurling five- colt from the Saunders Mills "Trn'Ia.3b( 3IlIrIDoor.Sb 4 I 1 I )11.rf 1 55153 5 1 S I I i: finished third with 29 points. The Oklahoma Sooners estab- -ze

hit ball to notch his first win GRID RESULTSSOUTH Stables of Toledo took second Manoauo.C4IISIIJzee.Ib 31251suIltoan. Britain was fourth with 26 followed lished a Gator Bowl mark for Intercepting L. :! ._ .
of $9.550 Jakey Mahoney .. 4 1 1 1 41:I4Il'IaIa.. 4 I I I ITe'uoa.p by the 16
against four defeats the Giants money as IIIIII0015Iojs.p3IIIZ, Netherlands ; Bel- forward passes when

tied their National League recordof piloted the three-year-old to second tandznl.p 1. I I IIaLewIa I glum 11; Luxembourg 8, and Norway 1 they carralled three of N. C. LUCKY NUMBER: RalphI I

hitting homers in 16 straight South Mississippi Carolina. 14. Kentucky 27. "_berry T. t. and fifth positions. I .!.!.! I __ ___ I nothing. State's tosses in the 1947 melee. I I Branca wears nutViber 13 and
games set earlier this year.A C........* 42. resbyterian O. P. M. Woo Parshall. veteran Total! 3S 2 t 24 Ill TMakf U r 14 2T ,
Washington 4> Lee 13. Quantieo Marina reinsman from Urbana Ohio who a-Hied out for Candlnl lav tin "I, with the big Brooklyn right-
single and two Giant errors .L I Watbinron .. ._ Ofll .*. Wo
'gave the Phillies their first run Marshall W, SteubenvilleCAST .. returned this week to the "Roaring Bonoo. 102 Ml lm-TErran Penn State Powerhouse Mauls I honder practically certain to
Grand," was pocketed in the first I : :Nooe. Buns batted in: Pri ;.In.the top half j lof the first inning Penn StaU 21. Washington State ninth with Mar- ..... DiMaegio 2. naiiams J, >>.... )hnta$. Twabe 20-gome winner
but Mize smashed his Villanova 10. Klngspoint. 0Champlam heat and finished I ,e blu: Dl3I.... Fskr !'hne-..... kitsWUliama : I since Whitlow Wyatt and Kirby
homer with Thomson 7. Clarkaon. 7 (ti.).. cellus. owned by O. L. Mears of 2. Stolen base: IV*!. BaerlficnTgenes. : : Game Washington State 27-6
Bobby on ,
Wayntsburg S*. Mio Grand .. Toledo. He found racing room in : Galehouio 2. Double par! : Pullltaa toPnddv I It Higbe took 22 apiece in 1941,
base in the home half of thesame to \eraoo. Left on baaea: Waahinfton
: frame. MIDWEST the second and a driving finish ;I 1* Boston 1U Baao on ballt: KT Toenea 2. oft I II t I HERSHEY, ]'Pa. [AP] Penn State's football team with you can't tell the Dodgers i iisn't 1.1
; lwa Stat :31. Iowa Tcachors 14. I
Candmi J. off Calebou S. fltrtkeoots Tonm
him the place spot and $5,730 : by
Missouri 19, St. Lows U. 0. gave 2. by Candinl 2. by Galebwo i. Hits: offToenra 1, a raft of speedy backs operating behind a big, well drilled their lucky one.
Thomson himself clouted his Iowa 59 North Dakota State 0Kmpona for third in the race.California f in 4 innlac (now out in 5th). off --- -
.7th homer of the year with nobody State 12. Colorado. State 0.Oubuquo Tandini Sill. Innings. La>lnc pltrher. : T_ I line, smothered Washington State, 27 to 6, last night.. ,
28 Buena Vista 21. Vntra' McGovan. B... G..... and >>cJUala,.
aboard in the fourth. South Dakota 25. Yanfcton 7. Takes Tune: 2a4.Marino. I A crowd of about 14,000 braved a drizzly rain to see the : Elkridge Three Length
I PHILADELPHIA (11I1 NEW TOSS: 11sirN I II Ottorbaing. 6. Morchcad (KyJ Teachers :
sal) ... .. S (tn.. i I first big intersectional game of the 1947 season. Larry Joe_ Winner at AqueductNEW
I zpoat..4 I 1 S S,Rbam':bT 4 I 1 I I Lawrcnco Hi Carroll .. Santa Clara 33-7 Ends Vacation i Wallace triplett and Joe Colone
GUWrt.rt 4RISjKeir.as 41151 St. Cloud Tot... C, River Falls Tchrs. i.. YORK lAP) Kent Miller's
were outstanding Penn
$zai.r,. sk.II1I5lM1Jr.1b 4SIIfrITb.o5.d4t111: I 111451aua.c Texas A&M 48 SOUTHWEST, Southwestern 0. i BERKLEY Cal. IAPJ Grindingout Points for Title Bout i I State's numerous ball among earners. Phoenix Training Site I Elkridge. which had scored in only)

( 4 S I S Ifl'r.. I. S I S Texas. 33. Texas. Tech 0. touchdowns with a display of I LONDON IAP1 Dado Marino returned -1 Washington Statetouldn move A one of his four previous tries this
1m.34 4 I I I 113I.nUIL" 5 I I S I
GiantsPHOENIX
Arkansas 19 NW Louisiana State 0. Appeals to
tbu3tL1b 4 1 11. I!rd..11 5 S S It.sujb '. new found power. Coach LynnWaldorf's I from a two weeks vacation after the second half kickoff and season. easily captured the $11.745

,taIm.pSSIIlE&as.p 4 liS SI1 btkL3S .5 1 I I 1 1 5 1p 1 ,, 5, Montana FAR WESTOregon Teachers 0. t University of California tour of the continent yesterdayand I'' Penn State broke the game wide Ariz LAP] The New J 2 Glendale Steeplechase Handicap at
Bears opened their 1947 football! prepared to start intensive open by going 63 yards on five : Aqueduct yesterday.
I ..U M 3 1 24 T.TataJa\ WS TT11Udelpbla season yesterday with a 33-7 victory training today for his world fly- I plays to score on winding up with York Giants will return to Phoe- The nine-year-old bay son of

._.. .__ ..1"l01I 410 lot, mEmra. IIIt-J_ Central Florida Kennel over University of Santa weight title bout Oct. 20 with Rin-, a 21-0 lead. nix for Springtraining next year EXTRA CURRICULAR: Center Mat carrying top weight of 161

4-Yk-, ; Kur.-- -Kh- ...-Cooper- Buns batted IB: Club To Meet Clara.A ty Monaghan of Belfast. Rogell smashed over for a Edgar Feeley. Giant treasurer and {! Alex Wojciechowicz of the pounds including Jockey Norman
4 ;)Um J. Tbauoo. Bedaticlmaa. LaPatni. Kerr ThursdayThe I crowd of 45.000 watched the I touchdown on the first play of the Gary Schumacher public relations 1 I Brown accounted for the $7.850

t. TwbaM KHT JUt State: VcriMa.buM:Born Wirauek nan:1.Mixlhamiou. left. Central Florida Kennel I'; Broncos take a 7-6 lead In the FAMED BREEDER DIES I final quarter. CZekaj's placementwas man. yesterday signed a contract Philadelphia Eagles pro football -I first money with three lengths to

fa bun t HuMdelpU* 6. Nw Tart L BaM ..Skl Club will meet at 6 pan. Thursdayat I first period but crumble there- LYNCHBURG Tenn. IAP1 wide to make the score 27-0 with an ,auto court here to assure team is shown getting in I I spare. Mrs. Stephen C. Clark Jr.'.

lb: Hum 1II11I.Iew.. titnto aod tut Ooetx.: Bawrm HIM L: 141.Impire: the El Patio Club to formulate after before the superior power Thomas A. Hayes widely known Washington State scored its housing for the Giant squad. a little knitting while relaxing ;I'' Trough Hill weighted at 119 and

1ijgnt II and charge of a California team breeder of, harness racing and lone touchdown in the final period Opening date of the training between at favorite In this longest and final
sessions
I I. Babe Ruth was walked 170 times preliminary plans for the annual revamped since last year's disastrous show horses died at his home bending a drive from its own camp is Feb. 23. The Giants held : practice chase of the meeting, earned the

in one season. setting what is still Winter dog show, it was an- j I season of seven defeats here Saturday night at the age I 22-yard linewitha 10-yard run by their first Spring training camp i the team's Saranac Lake N. Y. 1 place by a like margin. Mrs. Donate

p. league record. nounced yesterday. and, two wins of 82. McGuire. I in Phoenix this year. .' camp. SlOavnti Deliil DaD waa third.
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II AUSTIN Texas TAP] Sporting ) ARDEN SKIDMOREPHILADELPHIA
; f + dazzling speed. tricky running and (APJ The Na-
clever fieid generalship the University tional Football League-oldest of

I I of Texas Longhorns' the gridiron's cash-for-play cir- Coach Paul O'Neil looked ,
smothered Texas Tech's Red LINEMEN SHIFTED: ov r

Raiders, 33-0. here yesterday to cuits-opens up for business again his line material last week and decided to shift Chandler Aiken;
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\ justify pre-season predictions of today with Com. IJert Bell predicting left, from guard to tackle, and Britt Simms, right, from center -
Southeastern dominance this
year. torrid races in the two divisions -
: Two left halfbacks Byron Gil- "that not be decided to end. Aik n won a letter with the varsity squad last year I
may .
lory and Billy Pyle stole the show while Simms was the Junior varsity's center.
until the last day of the season.
G with burning, swirling runs as -!- JW
both racked up two touchdowns. r I' "I have seen most of the teams
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[Our Own Staff Photo. Barnes I I t '. play in non-championship games
But it was Bobby Layne's : \ ::7! Tiger Lineup 'Temporary'Basis
WARREN TILlER presence that set the Long- I and my impression is that every

former OHS star to play here. I I horns' new "T" offense moving. I r. > : team in the league is stronger
lie was calling the signals when than it was this time a year ago.I .
'* 1:: Texas: scored all its touchdownsbut I 4 ,. look for one of the closest races for Lee Game FridayOrlando
one, and the Longhorns did ., in the 28-year-history of the organization -

Florida 'B'-Baby Hurricane not click so smoothly when he t: ,' ::'il', if: j ," Bell said.
was out of the game. { ,
:I 'j' All of which he added should High School pries the lid off its 1947 football

Texas drov 74 yards for its I t ,' ..< '.:: ;.,' ... I bring 2,150,000 fans through the schedule Friday night against the powerful Robert E.
first touchdown on 11 plays. ; -- 1 turnstiles during the 60-game
Jacksonville Greater Orlando
Lee Generals from at
Game Slated Here Oct. 18 with ?; ,
Layne set up the score a per > schedule which ends Dee. 11.
fect bullet pass to right end ( Stadium. Game time has been set for 8 p.m.
Schwartzkopf and went across ona I, Only one game is scheduled for The Lee encounter marks the first time in years thatan

Pres. Bill Buning of the Orange County University of quarterback sneak two plays I 1 'L today. Jock Sutherland's Pittsburgh Orlando eleven has opened its*
Steelers. apparently a
Florida Alumni Assn. announced later and kicked the extra point : season against a Big Ten Con-
yesterday completionof I
stronger club even without dashing isn't in the: Fame
to put Texas out front, 7 to 0. at
ference and
opponent a capacity
temporary plans and committee appointments for the.. the end of eight minutes. Bill Dudley take on the Detroit turnout has been anticipated by Simms and Bob Flowers are expected -

night football game here Oct. 18 between the University of i The next time the Longhorns Lions-starring the same school officials for this year's to open at ends with Aiken

Florida "B" team and Miami's Baby Hurricanes.W. !1 laid hands on the ball, Pyle tooka Dudley-before a "standing room Tiger debut. and Fred Floyd at tackles John
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only" throng of 40,000 in Pitt.sburgh. Demopoulos and Dave Myers at
lateral from Layne and went 47 ,
And while the authorities
R. [Bill] Conway will serve I 1 were I guard and Bert Cook at center
as general chairman of the committees Wolf of the Gators that he would yards for the a touchdown path. as blockerscleared HERE'S ALABAMA'SPASSING, WIZARD: Harry Gilmer [above] The defending championship busy with last minute arrangements I I Alternate Capt. John FrancU-

formed to stage the game, 1 Alabama's All-America wizard counted to Chicago Bears roll into action next Coach Paul O'Neil and his co will undoubtedly get the
Buning said. ,send a strong "B" team here for Gillory duplicated Pyle's feat on passing is upon pace assistants were still on the search I I
The county alumni will 'the game. : a 53 yard run, hurdling one man the Crimson Tide attack at left halfback for the fourth successive -' Sunday against the Green Bay for a startnig lineup. starting nod at quarterback
group and Ross the
Packers at Green Bay. Washing- with Buford at
strive to "pack Greater Orlando Advices from Gainesville indicate ; and out distancing him three in the others clear.as I season. A 160-pound senior from Birmingham, Gilmer I ton also opens at Philadelphia O'Neil refused to make a prediction I I halves and Kent Stevens at full

Stadium with an overflow crowd that at least two Central blockers Layne added put another point to first won national recognition when he completed eight straight that day, and the Chicago Car- of any sort on the strength i back.
tor the game," he added. "Because I : the 1945 Bowl New Orleans. He dinals entertain Detroit. NewYork's of his Tiger machine but admitted Francisco at 148. Is the lightest
we realize this game will be the Floridians will be on the squad I push the score to 20 to 0.I passes in Sugar game at is that "there's still plenty of work I
Giants and the Los An- Tiger back. Buford hits 183 Ross
I i Wolf sends here. I Texas coasted in the second : famous for throwing while leaping high in the air. be "
first step toward our goal of bringing passes to done. 1175 .
geles Rams do not get going until I and Stevens 173. HKkman.
second. third and
the Florida Gators here later Warren Tiller, pre-war Orlando I: quarter.fourth string using mixtures, but opened [AP Photo]. Monday night Sept. 29 "We held a good scrimmage session -I lO'Neil's, break-away runner and
on." I I High School star, will probably be the second half ---- --- I The Giants play at Boston that yesterday which gave us a the fifth returning letterman in
Serving with Gen. Chmn. Conway [lone of the starters at an end position up for once two more more scores.in night: and Los Angeles is at Pitts better idea on how the boys were I I the backfield weighs 150 pounds

will be Chmn. Bob Hammond for the game while Dick Texas'sparing use of passes was Large Field Hand for Today'sStock burgh. i stacking up."They're. I 1 and will alternate with Buford.
of the publicity Pace. Tavares High Schools AU- noticeable Layne completed five on bigger and more experienced The Tigers suffered a setback
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Chmn. Pat Pattillo of cOmmittee'1[Southern back two years ago is of six for 69 yards. Texas I this season, but we've Friday night when Paul Railsback.
passes
committee. Chmn. Bob also slated to make the trip. : used a total of 12 passes completing I\ Car Skeeter Race E'entsLeadfooted Villanova Mauls got a long way to go. and 111 promising fullback. suffered a
the half-time program j Pattillo announced that ticket eight for 114 yards. be able to say more after I've I shoulder injury The extent of
committee Chmn. Carlisle sales for the game would open The Texas forward wall was a drivers from three Southeastern States seen them up against Lee." the injury was not known but itwas
Hughes of the stadium, arrangements ; Oct. 1. and that details of O'Neil
committee and Chmn.Louis would be the sale I rock wall. yielding a net 27 yardsto will gather here today for a 75-mile stock car and skeeter explained. expected to keep Railsback

?Trapp of the hotel and food com j I I announced soon. the Raiders. racing program at Azalea Driving Park at 2 p.m. : Mariners 60-0 I prove Lack to of be reserve Orlando's strength shortcoming may shelved Lee opened for several its season weeks. against

mittee. Tony Penna Takes I Although a good-sized portion of the field expected to i this season but for 12 men-and. Jefferson in Tampa last night and
Conway said he had already Iowa Wallops number close to 38 drivers for today's championship events as O'Neil says. 12 men only-the is rumored to have one of the
been assured by Coach Ray (Bean VILLANOVA. Pa. (AP] outfits in the conference.
Lead in I were unable to attend, time trials') strongest
Georgia
1 i |I North DakotaIOWA I| were conducted yesterday. leashing an array of backs \un-I' Tickets Ready \

Link Tournament I Track officials reported that the finesse and power behind a Season tickets for Orlando
: I II Azalea oval, one mile in length, Standings ,
CITY. la (TAP A big. wart line, Villanova's Wildcats High School's football schedule
I.1W1e. ATLANTA [AP] Tony Penna came through the storm with flyIng -
I bruising Iowa football squad fired spelled trouble for future oppon- are on sale at Johnson's Men's
shot from tee colors and was drying cut Shop on Orange Ave. The tick-
near perfect golf to its first 1947 Thunderbolts yester- ents
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE yesterday as they wallopedthe
fast. They predicted a fast track
yesterday to post third- day and struck the bulls-eye nine ets are priced at $6. The Tigers
green a
$ .LM4J. : for today card. GEORGIA-FLORIDA LEAGUE Merchant Marine Academy of
six at Greater
play Or- '
I times for a 59 to'O victory over an I games
round five-under
;:: ;:-:- par 66 and take I under manned North Dakota Buddy Schumann Charlotte PLAYOFF Kings Point, N. Y., 60 to 0, beforean lando Stadium this year, opening 1
the lead by three strokes in the
State eleven. X. C., speedster was installedas Gainesville meets Moultrie at opening day crowd of 10000. next Friday against Robert
pla North Fulton $10,000 Open Tour- Iowa powered and passed Its the favorite today. Schumann I Ii Moultrie tomorrow night in first The Wildcats who'll openArmy's E. Lee of Jacksonville. {
GG' nament at 208. before i is to have '
'- way to an impressive triumph reported purchasedthe season at West Point next
of series
Tommy Wright gangling 31,050 fans. a record opening stock car belonging to I game Bengals have ngged themselves upa
young-
to !.. .....- ster from Knoxville, Tenn.. knocked game attendance for the Hawks. Marion McDonald Orlando ace. Saturday, used the first stringersless fairly strong machine. The big-
-- Coach Dr. Eddie Anderson. whose NATIONAL LEAGUE than half of the game but gest weakness on the squad is at
-- around in 70 for a second place Ii
Consolation heats and championship -
3. --= total of 211. one shot in front of team has been tabbed as the dark bothlhe Today's Games poured through the Mariner line the end positions.
in skeeter
Sr:\ =5= Cary Middlecoff or' Memphis horse of the Big Nine race used races Probable pitchers almost at will. Only in the third Two weeks ago O'Neil decided to
and stock: car events will be staged.
Tenn.. and George Payton of his starting lineup and a few of : Boston at Brooklyn Spahn period when the third and fourth shift Capt. Art Ross from his halfback -
Hampton Va. They also had 70. the other near regulars only in the Racing Dir. Paul Bates announced. 19-101 vs. Branca (21-111. teams were on the field, did Jor- post to a defensive end position !
Jimmie DeMaret. who teed off first half. Skeeter entries were expected I I Philadelphia at New York (21- dan Olivar's boys fail to score. and yesterday, as result of the )A1
in the lead, slipped to 73 for a from Casselberry, George Tidd Rowe 14-91] and Donnelly ((4-61] The No. 1 eleven directed' by a lack of experience in his line :
WE NOW HAVE A third round total of 213. and a tie i Orlando; Turk Adkins Jimmy j' vs. Poat (4-11 and Jansen (19-51. fine master of the "T" in Bill O'Neil moved Center Britt Simms
Thomas Preston Arnold Sam
with Johnny Palmer of Badin Missouri Easy19OVictor Pittsburgh at Cincinnatti [2- Doherty, tallied once in the first out to a flank job.
Funarri and John Fortenberr,
N. C. Palmer had a regulation 71. Higbe (13-151 and Queen (3-71 or period. and then turned the game "This may be temporary. but
GOOD ASSORTMENTOF Others in the top ten at 216 were Cocoa; Mac Richardson, H. R. Sewell (64"s.] Blackwell (21-81 over to the second and third we're going to try Simms out. L-
Munuci. St. Augustine and four "
I I Avery Beck of Raleigh. N. C.. the : and Walters (8-81. elevens, who pushed across three We've got to, ONeil declared. <
from the Hot Rod Racing Club
national public links runnerup Chicago at St. Louis Browy touchdowns to make the half- Hugh Buford. another halfbackand j
I Mo. API Missouri in Miami. time score 27-0. a letterman. will play a defensive -
with 70; Lloyd Mangrum of Chicago COLUMBIA. (8-121 vs. Brecheen 115-111. .
PLIERS Stock entries Include
car ,
University Reserves shared the AMERICAN LEAGUE tackle position while
,with 73; Lew Worsham of Oak-
spotlight with first stringers yes- Shumann and Glenn Dunaway Results Yesterday Foster Wins : OTfeil experiments with his ma-
I mont Pa., current U. S. open Charlotte Fireball Roberts, Danny
I must, with 73; Pete Cooper of terday as the Tigers subdued an Day-. Philadelphia 3, New York 2. I i terial. Chandler Aiken was trans-
offensively futile St. Louis Billi- tona Beach; Bill Blair, High Point, Boston 3-7. ferred from guard to tackle last .
Ponte Vedra. Fla., with 73; and Washington 6-2 i Washington Race I i
Gene Dahlbender of Atlanta with ken football team 19 to 0 in their N. C.: Glen Allen Atlanta; Jimmy'Lewellen Detroit 3, Cleveland 2. (Second J I week.O'Neil's.
Tacoa, Ga. Bill Trice,
season opener. ; called in ninth tied 5-51. !1 starting lineup will
games
72. WASHINGTON tAP Danny
'I The Tigers were up against a Brunswick. Ga.; Bill Snowden, St. Louis 5. Chicago 3. I: I average around 158 pounds in the J,.
ADJUSTABLE line that outweighted them but Mac Richardson and Paul Pappy, Today's Games Foster who learned about speed i line, but will soar to slightly over
; Seal Pitcher BoughtIn managed to make their open styleof St. Augustine, Max Fench L. B.I Probable pitchers while flying a P-38, skimmed over 169 pounds when Jimmy Hickman \ ,

play payoff.Missouri Michaels Paul Sanborn, Cecil : New York at Philadelphia- the Potomac at 70.2 miles an hour
WRENCHES Pittsburgh Deal sported a 7-0 lead at Dobson and Louie Taylor, 'Orlando Bevens (6-131 VS. Coleman (6-111 I I I yesterday to win the first heat in I -1t :
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and Paul Boon, Marietta,:
Plan
the half over the team they were or McCahan (1041.Washington Sportsmen
I PITTSBURGH [CAP] The free- Fla. the President's Cup Regatta. t(
marked to beat by two touch- i at Boston Scar- :
4"Io 16" Foster drove Miss Peps V. owned
I spending Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday downs. : For Annual Meet
borough ((4-141] vs. Dobson (17-71]
by the Dossin Brothers of Detroit
I with
another of
parted bale I
Miami St. Louis at Chicago-[2] San-
I, dollars to acquire Bob Chesnes of Tampa Win ford (6-151] and Zoldak (8-91] vs. to a thrilling victory over Guy Exec. Sec. H. Stuart Johnstonof
the San Francisco Seals, a 26- South Carolina 27-6 Gillespie (5-71 and Haynes Lombardo who was piloting Miss the Orange County Sportsmen'sAssn.
year-old righthander they regardas FIL Series GamesMIAMI (12-161. Great Lakes. Lombardo was 25 ., yesterday said a 10-member
BAILEY MOTOR just about the best pitcher in Victor yards, or approximately two sec committee would meet at noon
Newberry (TAP The Miami Tour- Cleveland at Detroit Black I THE
II the minor leagues." ., onds behind as the 700-horse- Tuesday at the Southland Restau-
CO. The deal which will bring Ches- COLUMBIA. S. C. TAP! The ists squeezed out a 4-3 victoryo.er (10-121 vs. Newhouser (15-171. I power boats roared down to the ::rant to shape plans for the "larg
EQUIP. nes from the coast league team to University of South Carolina the pennant winning Havana, 'finish of the 15-mile test. The 'est annual rally in the history of
the Buccos next Spring also involved Gamecocks finally got a sluggish Cubans in the third Shaughnessy I FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL Playtt) LEAGUE j final two heats will be run today. the association." NEW YORKER

78 N. Garland St. four Pirates players. Neither offense rolling yesterday for a 7-6 playoff game here yesterday. Rnutti vut.a., I I j The committee Includes Pres.
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MUml I Hatuu 1 I
IHtruit leadt 2ti.T.mpa
the amount of money paid victory over the Newberry Indians 4. Mumt Burt. i ITimp. Itid. J,.). 'Auburn Tigers Lose Jim Conley. Immed. Past Pres. FLANNELI
Phone 8136 Orlando. Fla. for Chesnes nor the Pirates who in the season opener for both TAMPA TAP] Charlie Cuellar, !Tom Starling. John Hand. Bob
will go to the Seals were revealed. teams. batted and pitched the Tampa When Brooklyn and Boston .:' Two-Letter Regular Hayes. Rudy Coward Billy Ful-
South Carolina uncovered two Smokers to a 4 to 3, 11-inning played a 26-inning 1-1 tie game on AUBURN. Ala. IUPJ The Au- i ford Dr. Leland Daniel. Tom Den- I
speedy and fancy-stepping fresh- win over the Miami Beach Falmin- I May I, 1920. Cadore of Brooklynand burn Tigers lost another key line- I mark Dick Tucker and H. R. I -ths well drcud man

JOIN 'man backs in Fred Bargiacchi of gos in the second game of their Oeschger. of Boston pitchedthe man yesterday as doctors ordered Cloud. j of America .
NOW
I I Memphis Tenn., and Bishop I: semi-final playoff 5eries.Postponements. entire route without relief. I 185 pound guard Floyd Younginerof ,
I Strickland. Bargiacchi scored the Macon, Ga., to hang up his I YOU NAME IT \
first touchdown brilliant 26 GAINESVILLE-Fal Johnson. The mill Worumbo and-
on a cleats because of high blood pres- -
Florida Anglers AssociationBe I yard second period dash. in FSL Playoff sure. Younginer a junior, was Florida. end candidate, has five the maker-Michaels-Stern
I A second Gamecock march carried about to begin his third consecu- I nicknames: Shadrack Zero Son
two reasons
from the Carolina 18 and Jake. ; are convincing
South tire season for the Plainsmen. Ronnie
Eligible to Compete in the I to the Newberry three but Hank Series Under Investigation : why this New Yorker Flannel :

cepted an Atwell pass on his goal I... JI. JI. JI. ... JI. ... lI-- ... is the suit for you. It 4

I Witt the Indians' big star Interline ST. AUGUSTINE [AP] Hobson T. Cone, president of I has triple acceptance for
$50)000 and sprinted 100 yards for( the St. Baseball Association said last *
I CASH PRIZE CASH PRIZE Newberry's lone Augustine night j casual business, and semiformal -
score. that the postponement of the St. AugustineGainesvillegame I wear. A year 'round

i LAKE APOPKA FISH RODEO Record Attendance Seen last Wednesday night was under investigation. I suit-it is just the right

I f ;} The head of the St. Augustine club had previously disclosed weight for all but the hot

Two Semi-Annuol Rodeos I For Hurricane Opener : that a strong complaint had'' ATLANTICCHEMICALS I: test of temperatures. Lake

I MIAMI (APJ University of :Miami : been lodged with league presidentSyd club should be penalized for not all good flannels the New
officials predicted yesterday Herlong over the day's delayin fielding team when the ,
Charter Memberships $6.50 I a game Yorker wears well. It will
of the final
per year I the sixth game *
that the opening football game could have been played Cone ,
of the Florida not shine and wrinkles disappear
I Shaughnessy playoffs
here next Friday against Baylor advised the league head. I
I After $7.50 Per Year University of Texas would see thelal'i'est j State League. Con said last night he felt the : over-night if you
Nov.Jst, GainesviTe! won the series, four
attendance in the historyof whole situation should be looked hang it properly. And it

the school Over 22.000 seats games The to three. mixup' which resulted ; into because "things haven't been will fit you superbly. because -

; Opening Day of First Rodeo-November 1st 1 had remaining been sold 1,500 thus reserved far and and 10-the i umpire in postponement of a i just right in our opinion." I carefully woven flan-

in the DeLand-GainesviIle 616S.HUGHEYST.
game & nel accepts hand-tailored
000 general admission seats were

Write Wire or Call expected to be sold within the next I series it was is learned also under from investigation Cone. I Hoag Morgan Fined refinement perhaps better

OFFICES few days. I I He said the umpire mixup inquiry ; ic: [ACROSS STREET FROM OLD LOCATION] *" than any other type of

Hotel Phone 2-0117 I I had been underway from the For Series Conduct I fabric.
Angebilt FIL Attendance Jumps i office of George M. Trautman
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president of the national association [Seeciol to The Sundcy Sentinel-Stor] .
More Than 300,000 SILVER SPRINGS Florida and dcuble
baseball Both
of professional single
:MAIL WITH $6.50 TO I State League Pres. Syd; Herlong SAME PHONE 2-1032
I MIAMI lAP] The Florida Inter- leagues, and that the St.Augustine L. breasted style
Florida Anglers Association Inc. national League topped its lastseason's Club had asked that the St. Au- announced at league headquartershere
i attendance mark by more gustine-Gainesville postponementbe last night that he had fined

Anqebilt Hotel Orlando. Fra.I than SCO.000 admissions but did probed at the same time.' Gainesville Mzr. Myril Hoag $50 *"
I not equal the record for a Class C I Cone said he had a telegram and Gainesville infielder Rusty ; 55.00
Hereby Apply For 1 Year's Membership in The FLORIDA loop, Pres. Wayne Allen announced saying that "Mr. Trautman's office Morgan $10 for conduct duringthe I

ANGLERS ASSOCIATION And Agree To Abide By AU Of yesterday. The loop drew a total of,, is conducting the investiga St. Augustine-Gainesville se- ..c We Are Making Regular Truck Deliveries *

Its Rules And Regulations* 885.080 fans in the season just tion." ries. I Also Transcontinental
i I[closed, compared to 548,843 last :; League president Herlong could Hoag was fined for his part in
I Name year. I i not be reached for comment.In %pre-grame scene with Saint Mgr. i 4: and Shipments. Please Continue To pa3f/ Tweed 45.004i2a1f
Please Print I the protest lodged with Her- I Don Anderson. Pres. Herlong describing j

CARROLL TO COACH long. Cone said: I Hoag's part "conduct
Address
-- Street' City SOUTH ORANGE. N. J. API] "Our team was on the field and detrimental to baseball." Morganas .3c Upon Us As In The Past. Thanks. I
KIND OF FISHERMANUv Owen Carroll former major league ready to play at the scheduled fined for making undignified PLNiel.
Bait ( I Bait Caster [ ] Fly ( I -[ 1 pitcher, who saw service with I>- time of 8 o'clock. The umpireswere : motions at spectators last Tuesday riLf-lothIcr

I Signature ___ .,- ..no -__. _. -...::_--_ _--_ Date -- troit. the Yankees. Cincinnati and on hand and pronounced the i night. Both fines were paid -K *" >
C .-___ --'- Brooklyn yesterday was appointed field fit for play but only half of under protest according to '
-- baseball coach at Seton Hail I the Gainesville team was on hand. I Gainesville Business Mzr. Parks j .\ 20$ y. Orange An.I .
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College. j -We feel that the Gainesville I CarmichaeL * *- * '

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I Into Second Gallorette Traffic Golf I Army Lists National Meet DatesThe



: Florida Grid Meet Set Here \ Air Defense Command's games in one day.
V
; : --- : Place Tie-up National Softball Tourney will be Vlelnc with the ADC II,. dab,

Beaten Still V unfurled at Exposition Park ,Oct. In the meet will be the tw* fc.a.Int .

DETROIT LAP Eddie Mayo's10th Oct. 27-22 11. inclusive. over the arrays of the First Air Ferre.
:: ,,,6 to Oct.
inning single with the bases
Loops double elimination route. 14th Ft. Slorum. N. Y. Setrnd Air
Open UpForty loaded enabled the Detroit Tigersto The annual Perishable Shipping -
i Offutt Field
announced yester Force Om.ka.Nb
:
Air Force Hq. .
climb Into a tie for second I I
Passes BusherNEW Season Inaugural Golf Tourna- .. Fourth Air Force II.mH.
place in the American League by
day.Fourteen
ton Field. San Franeisco
schools entered In five ment of the Florida Traffic Golfer's teams the champion Cat.
beating Bob Feller and the Cleve-
high school football conferencesIn land Indians 3 to 2 in the first Assn. will be held here at Or- .V and runner-up nines from each ofADC's 10th Antonio.Air Force.Tex.Brook F1 UL

Central Florida or with representatives half of a doubleheader yesterday. YORK rAP As might be lando Country Club perennialscene six subordinate commandsand San Pa.11th Air j
lUrrisbarK.
clubs from ADC Force. ,
the two top and
I expected when the fair sex gets together the
The Tigers had eight hits and the
in this will of the event. Oct. 21-22. llth Air Force.
Orlando
area see : Indians but six off Freddie Hutch- the ladies of the turf ; Hq.. Mitchell Field. Long Island. Fix

action this weekend. For most of : inson. i popped up with some unexpected Vice-Pres. Fred E. Godfrey of the N. Y.. will slug it out for the dia- Since the Armfrowns oa ft,

them it will be their initial out- The second game was halted by I: antics in the Beldame Handicap Orlando division of the association mond-ball championship of the athletic units panicipktkaK in

ing for the 194 scason. The past i darkness at the end of nine innings i I at Aqueduct yesterday but. thanksto announced yesterday. ADC. purely commercial %"entitrc,,l. no
The ADC has allotted only six admission will be
I But Why Not. the day didn'tgo charted
with the score knotted at
___weekend saw Fro: tproof measure 5-5. i 1 completely out of hand. Godfrey said headquarters for playing days to the tournamentand throughout the tournor Mkd ..

Aubumdale, 18-0; Cocoa and Kis-,, FUSSY 8AMIINO i,I Ia I Snow Goose a 17-to-l outsider. the large field of growers. ship- it will be necessary to play public is cordially invttttl to au

simmee battled to a 6-6 tie; the CLtViL r II
Orlando High "B' Cubs and Titus- MltrhHUlf I I 1 S "La_.... I I. I I I' whipping Gallorette and Honey- will enter the event will be set up --
iiL )M-tln.ca.rf I I S I .|krou.r I. 0 I I moon in the first section. Then.

vile likewise ended up In, a tie. i4idie..5ili3lVi.ia.rf I4..r.rt S I 1 1 1|;Majo.Zb : Sill I S t I i i however. But Why Not came along at the Fort Gatlin Hotel. Selma Named Girls Sought For

12-12 and Groveland trimmed mla&.I" I S I 11 II".kol't.I4.1f I I I I S to take the second half by a whis Tom Cancelmo of Orlando. a director ; j

T $ h..lla..3b 4 I I 11"11. :lb 4 I t I S ker. of the association. won the '
Trenton, 27-0 in a light season- Volleyball/ Loop
Gocdili.SbdiS4ilE'PrLc| ( 413753l.
._ ...... 3 I S I *|(' '-. 1 I S 1. I I Gallorette finished second in the tourney in 1945. first year play was Tourney Site :
: opening schedule. al>rk. 1 S S I ('thOutla| I I S I IlL..zks.klS1S55ll5at1t.S first half. three lengths back with resumed after the war while R. C. Girls all a.es intetwto*} to
_[ t Both Central Florida representatives I | 15534 .V
.iL Steck of Orlando the '
event
another won
Camargo. playing volleyball
practically
unknown I are
in the Big Ten Conferencepry teller. I' 1 S 1ftuWbn.s.p I I I I S 4 I V The annual Southeastern PGA mug to report -
third. Honeymoon fadedto last year. }; to the Armory
FLORIDA'S OUTSTANDING High. School football player of the lid off their 1947 season Totals M 1 tSgllSI Totals St IMi ; eighth and Cosmic Missile man- Open Golf Tournament will be Thursday when Tuirtaj ADd

ill be awarded the second annual Silver this week. Coach Paul Neil's Or- -4>n. out arhra vinnlnf run seam I [ practice seaUm
1947 Springs trophy, s-Fll'd out for Hrgsa in 8th.b aged a poor sixth. played at Selma. Ala. on Oct. 10- ,will be held from 7 t* s
held here Hazel Andersen of Sanford lando High Tigers open their slate -Ran for CuHmbina. In -Iwb. j pjn_
Willis
enrolled Lenczyk
by Day. now i Cops 12, Denny Champagne. PGA secretary Catherine McDermott t head ef
at home Friday night against a e-Safs on error for La.... In 10th. For Gallorette It meant $10.- feecity's

at Auburn, won the 1946 trophy.': strong Robert E. Lee of Jackson- (ImlaDd sUrtrolt .1. tol 1-1 000 second money and boosted for this region announced girls' recieatioai PNIhrm.I .
__ _ I loo .1. liii I-I said yesterday.
Mile eleven who got the jump on Ernie: Krllnrr Buna betted Ia: Ffller. Gordon.n her earnings to $337.685 to become Canada CrownTORONTO yesterday.A i
"k fi.ld. t;..... Mayo. T.o-ba<. hits: Oordon.WakMlfld. queen of all galloping I i An eight team league is III-..
most of the circuit clubs by battling La..... Ham. run: E..... 8acnfms'Ma I total of $2,000 will make up and this total maw be
Dunne Gets Real Test Jefferson High of Tampa in I. 8i. Fir........ Bou- golddijteers, passing the $334,035 rAP Grace Len- railed to 15
Joey a loop clash last night. trrau sad Flfmim.; Boudnsu.. Gordon snd bankroll that Busher had piled czyk 20-year-old golfer from New- I the prize fund Champagne said. should a sufficient nunhor IC

Fleming Keltnvr and ficmlnf. Left on bsM. up to be top money-winning Three champions will be girls attend t the" practice. PIe
Over at Lakeland Coach Ken detriaail 1. Dwnnt 7. Bam on balls: Frllfr S.Hutrhinsoa I I ington. Conn- won the Canadian
Hoyt is drilling his light and small 4. Strikeouts. Felltr 1. ButchinsonX .' member of her sex. Ladies Open Championship yester- I crowned he added. There will be >teams have already expraMtl 4

Dreadnaught squad for their opener bard rsMtd Hurl,,ban and: HfMn.Brm. Ito.Inplm.. 2 10., Joora. Hub !I' Bridal Flower finished second to day, defeating Mrs. F. J. Mul- an open champion the winner of willincness to join the ....

Against BurkeMondayNiteIrish at Miami Thursday against I But Why Not with Miss Grillo> V Queen of Toronto. the defending these being American Fire. Oeeee,
the PGA event which will be
I (UCOND GAME) 'I' third and Elpis fourth in the I restricted Picks and Kress
Miami Edison. Hoyt's club failed CLEVELAND IA) DETROIT (A) second I champion 12 and 11, in the 36- : :
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to members. and the --
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.1.1I half. i hole finals. -
to win a single game last year and .Irh..l brC.
Joey Dunne, popular Jacksonville middleweight, Hoyt sees an even lighter and I lUmell.1f 5 I 2 2 ILak..u 2 S I I 1 senior championship limited to AT THE SIGN Of THE

meets his sternest test to date in an Orlando ring tomorrow I greener team this jear. I I M.mleb.rf I 4 1 I 1 1 1 1 "'1 14Mullla w.os I 1 I 5 5 I 4 S SF4.stdLet S I players 50 years of age and over. SILVER SAW

when he meets Jimmy Burke hardhittingVest Palm _..... 4S2241M.y.b 41134 I I II The annual business meeting
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Some 38 smaller schools will 01on1.in.Ib. 1 8 5 III ilYtertief a I 5 2 5 Major League Averages Emblem ul Perfrrliaw t*
Beach basher, in the main event of Promoter Doug Barnes' also hit the gridiron over the I .11..31 t S I 5 ;wsten.loLlf! 4 I S 2 I !and election of officers will be M*ehise.f'.r 1
I lloed.n.2b411351ke11.35, 4.154 I staged on the night of Oct. 10. foul H. Isto.rook
American _Legion card at the Legion Arena. weekend. On tap are four conference Heemn.e 4SI44Ecers.f 41145 Retaraa Include DAY c.... Pistil Scat I 17 R..*.*. include DAY II." 81 laye' Sral 17 : Champagne concluded.
IA_... t I 2 2 11I".lIn.l... 4 5 .11 2Gwei. I NATIONAL LEAGUE FLORIDA SAW SERVICE
CLUB ,
Dunne ana Burse are scneauiecto <.------ engagements in the I BATTING I r AMERICAN LEAGUE; CLUB BATTING '.
- Central Florida Conference with .p s S S 8 .:".UI.e X 5 S I 1IM'rsm.e Club H Ak R H 2k 3k Hr Rbi Sk P.O.I j I I Club 6 Ak R H 2k 3k Hr Rkl Sk Pet. V 319 Lon;; at _Rearbed's
clash in eight-round bout
n rated by Barnes as a "natural." I | 35555 Bnatoa lit 4MJ: M} 137 J|* II $1 SI* S* .27* N. Trk. 117 S03I:; 750 UK 217 44 111 717 2S ..274Botton
_ that will headline a :28-round! card two of the circuit's elevens going (Uasner 1 I 1 aI B kits IM 4i0 lit H:;$ 23:II 18 77 la 01 .!7' 118 S-J M* 13i3: 14 51 IM 412 3* .:21: Assault Works Mile; :
slated to get under way. at 8:30: Two four-round bouts will complete out of the loop for their Tr.ut.p I" S I 2 N_ York III 4971 ;'>*) l.t.S :2 ll 44 21H 733: :' 271 ', Herlnd ll> 4944 el" 12X9 21* 44 11* M7 29 .:*!
IHoutunnaIttHutrnuua I I S I S St L. II, I'll! 714 I3J2 2 till II 16> SSI IS J 7Plttl rtir.i. 1111 49-9 i1282 :fi 38 4* 493 8* .5Itrtntt 11
the card. opposition.The I I I S It; 49M 77 1314 I'M! 38 14* .'.4 :> .:53Ctncis 141 497 'TS 1278! !1! 3* 14 8*1 49 .::;. Armed To Run PrepNEW [ Trailer Rentels
pm.The I (rouiliw Sills 1W 51ft8 *r illS;;; :215:: 39 tl SM 41 _MlPhlla. Phils 14H 4313 5S7 1237 2u fit 54* 14 .:'i
two middleweight were Danny Brazlel. rough-and- East Florida Conference hasa ITnickip. 15555 147 473 S51 tiCS 1" 47 54 ill SI .259Coirato \\itwgta IIi 4711: 44 1153 172: II 38 4.8 47 .243St. YORK [rAP Robert .1. LUGGAGE & UTILITYHOURDAYWEEK

matched after fans had clamor- tumble Jacksonville masher like billing. four loop clashes Total! JslllJTUI i 1 Totsl 3s"is I ;11 113 443 533 lIes Ml 45 .l 53 1. 2W I L. 141 W13 Sit HIT 179 49 ti 51 4J 233: ,Kleberg's Assault worked a mile

ed for a meeting. ,Dunne is undefeated and two clubs in non-conference
I AMERICAN LEAGUE i In 1:42 3/5 Park'smain
meets Jimmy Savage, a capable NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB FIELDING CLUB FIELDING : on Belmont ;
here while Burke lost tussles. Eight of the Ridge Con- 5rounJed Into double play' for Mitt la 7th.bSingiid Club G PO A E DP Pet
I CIlia G PO A E OP PO track yesterday in preparation Corner Garland A Colonial! Dr.
an eltht-r.und decision toJobnnJ' Orlando slugger while Jack< ference elevens will be in action for Hoattenan In 8th. St Louis 141 3*JS 15T 118 U8 .'7S" C Clerelan in 3**% 14 94 1S7 .961e
e--Bon for Hntdiinon In,8th. Brooklyn Ut SMI 18"7 _. I \ Tork" =- 147 197 1447 11 141 981 for his special race against TELEPHONE 2U
Emanuel. returning to the ringwars I lit 111 18. ;.O04l.v1ontl
of last
Dupree Tampa within the I d-.Stronk wit tot Lake 8th.
circuit while Frostproof 1 _
( IK :3!I'' 15M 134 12* .17* Boaton VVV 148 39M 1323 12* 14 97 i Armed on that strip next Satur-
week after a siege with injured goes outside to take on Arcadia. Score b, Imunii.Ctareland : Philadelphia> 147 !lAC I 1525 13* 13! ,. 7milaim I C t. Lagll __ 141 3894 1VI2 1J3 1W : 7* I I
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Ml *2!* 20O S
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j I Ill 355 .78 111 15 : P 511,. V __, 14* :3!In nu 1 Jt In .'77 day.Meantime
_ Jimmy Laedeke. up-and-coming hands tackles Joe Rojo highly !l Games scheduled in the Indian I, Detroit "" *** 2"** *3_J York 141 378 1138 ill IM! 17S ftNeir 'I n",hlnttoej -VV 113 173 L;>23 13* 139 .97 Armed's scheduled i
River Conference find Okeechobee Called at the end. of the 9th. beran of dtrkae Pitt......... 147 Ss'2 114 145 lit ., I thirasv 118 39;>S 1727 14) 137 .97$ 1! (
little Orlando flyweight, bumps rated Tampa boxer In the a_) T4Boiton final serious tune-up for the $100.-
opening 1Jot1 tlV a91:; 16fi: 122 16 .*rl
Into a rugged, opponent in Al bout. visiting test and Tltusville Rick Gillespie's in a league Mel-con- '''I Ednarda Error: 2.MltchelL MltebeD.Run kill batted 3. Cullenhtne.. in: Boudreau Werts.2. Triple plan-PltttlMuili.IM 3771 rhirato 144 141 S. St.114 Louis"ft Triple plAJCbk.1'1AMEtICAN (000 meeting with Assault a IA1IIREPAIR ) II(())

; Alonzo. a Tampa product in six- special six.furlong race written
) a Two-bats hits: Lemon Lullenbine. Vs...1.14. LEAGUE
I round supporting bout while Phil Reserved ringside tickets will bourne eleven tangling with the I KelL Ihte. .tas** alt: uH....... .ran: Edirdi NATIONAL LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL I BATTING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL I i into Belmont's program for tomorrow SERVICECall

Orr. Winter Park slammer. takes i sell at $2 for this fight, but i t Orlando High JayVees on the f ormer's j I darrlfim: Metkwlrk.. Z. Double plan: BATTING RECORDS 1 IberMoosGumes V -developed into a red-hot
Ii I general admission ducats will Lemon Got..... and Flenini. Gordon. Bnudreau n Plsver-Cluk G Ak R H 2k .kr .
remain field Thursday night. nc Moos Gum. 3b nil P*
on Andy Anderson of Jacksonville and Fleouni.; Keltner. Oordon and Flenuni. !, I at $1.Double WEEKEND Plsyer Clsk 6 Ak K H 2k 3k kr rkl PC 121 il 1 21 t 5 1 13 393 ,
in another six-round go. I Sb IO TEN CONFERENCE GRID CARD I Left on .boom: Cleveland I. Detroit 4. Be... *. Sain. BootOll 37" 11 3S I S IS .31 i I i I ;I1I.TBo... 147 14* 117 1S8 37 T 39 11 :33* I 1 Ensueno and Indicate running.
The Laedeke-Alonzo tussle' Is Lee (Oax:. st Orlando bell: Learn: Trent t. Houttemaii I. StrifceLemoe Walker. M I ILouli I M Co.kr, Phils. 12* ill 71 193 21 4 1 II -3S* ,, wa&a& ;:.I
Trout 356
sail: > 3. Gettel 1 1 Heutteniaa L Orance
Lakeland at Miami Phils. 14* 511 11 IM 19 15 1 31 .,: U right. CHI. li* S7. Is 113 12 6 4 M M I! V I
Edison
t Jay Whips Hit: off Lemon I In T t 3 Innlnn; fttl 1 I. I r MrCornirk 1_"". Boa. ,II* let .7 197 :23 5 3* ..3.:6POI.n. : Free America Lame
CENTRAL. FLORIDA .
i CONFERENCE 113; Trout 1* in X S. Houll...... 4 ia 1 1 3 1
: PhiL Bo_ .3 St. L 37 4* IS !
!U 4
Clermont at Winter Park. SO 83 2* t I 4* S3* ) S S 2 .32 |
\\ RUPTUREDTa I St. Cloud at Winter Garden. Tracka 1 .I. 1. tmpim: Bukbard. Burley, Berry Tana-ban. Ilk I.. St 1:4 II II I t 2 II .331 'h..11. Detroit 113 *>l .* l 1:4:: 5 5 84 .321: ,'I II CAMDEN N. J. rAP] Calumet
Fervent at Camden St. James at Apopka.UmatUla and Jones.Arkansas Padgett. PhiL SO 141 II 17 7 I I 2* .SI I I 1 1)121.ggio.'tY.: 13* SIM 9* 163 3*. 1* 1* II .321 Farm's highly regarded twoyearold I RENTAL TRAILERSYOU
Ta. "Nw' Dobbs Trms IS.*IHctcnt.RQlbltf at Ocoes.: I Medwk-k St 1. 49 133 1' 43 11 I 18 323 i :Mitchell tier. Ill 411 611 141 IS 1 3* .Si* .
*. kcruei. trplesf. Noptsxktac CAMDEN N. J. tAPJ RidgewoodStable's 'Webster at Mount Dora.'Oroveland Owreta. Oil 121 441 S3 II* 21 S 2 t* .317 Bodreat: e: .. 13* 197 Tl 1SI 43 : 4 53 .315 ', colt Free America turned up
... at BushneU Kin... Pitta. Ill: Si" Ill IS* 1! I I* 12* 314 'j I i AppliBS. nL 1J5 49* 5 7 154 24 4* 39 lame yesterday after a six-furlong
\ .uti. slipping or chaimt Double Jay shook off a EAST FLORIDA CONFERENCE SwampsNorthwestern i I Walker. Bkli Hstll: n 15* 31 2 5 11 311 .. 't I askable, aaaitory. For FEE* bold challenge from CalumetFarms DeLand at Eustls: $ I FlUou. Boa. 141 lt M 151 33 5 SI Ml ..112I I! 'HiHfcoo.. Waah. 1* 39 4 12 1 5 S I .31111 :,, training breeze in 1:16: 2-5 and HAUL
.drmrastrataetx, .... write .r pbont, New Smyrna Beach at W e_. NT 13! 4>l 77 131 tt a II 111 : j !Hutehinaoa Det. 51 SS 7 2S S 2 li aS '1 may not start again this year.-
rn* 0....* Trail. 1Z Carolina Court. Fervent to win the $30.000 Mainland Day >I ... I :M Qinnn, N. 138 J :
ton Beach). I Us) Cinrin. 113 DM S* 1J* IT t a $7 JOS | T. 494 **> 13* 21 a 77 34 i .
HooTs > to I. Pkomo C-1ZST. I Jersey Handicap yesterday at Gar- OlinesvUle: at Sanford ., R,,_. Bkhm 14 J'' S7 US SS t 3 IT .1.4 'Ferrell Wain. J7 *> 1* S* 11 11 a3 I I t n V
den State Park. Fervent got almost Ketterhnus ist Augustine) at Et. Paul Louisiana State rUrtarn.. :>.T. 24 95 II :. 4 2 I 13 3ns .: Johnaoa Bus. 43 4* 1 i: 1 : : I ..381i I Ii > DANGEROUS ANYWHERE: -qV PHOXT!
(Ja,.> Wednesday). ,' Hoiaw Boa. 14: 513 51 I'* 32 3 4* 37 i J h IIIri:hi. ** 177 eS S3 1 4 S 24 .295 i iI I Ii i GAINESVILLE-During the '46 W. P. .n
( on even terms with the winner Wildvood at Leesburi. K.nm.M. tt 13U 41 352 IM Si S SS 1 7 37 i|i 'Tale ,. II* 161 SS 18 12 S 4 31 .29* I
in midst retch then hung under Bunnell at Palatka FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. tAPl Misc. >. T. IJi SI} 15 133 31 II It *| .:.7 ::season.i Florida speedy left halfback Hour day or week, hitches furnished\
TERMITE CONTROL heavy import. finishing two RIDGE CONFERENCE Arkansas' Southwest Conference MtulaL ft 1. 13* SI* 13 in 2 e 12 1> n 34 '12.... On. 11? 422 63. 23: 4 5 *2 .!VI I I i i Hal Griffin scored on punt TRAILER
Anburndale at :Mulberry.Ft. Guatine I'Ittl. 117 S81 05 17* 2* S B U 33 Mele. Boa. 114 4:* 6 I* .:1 li a 12 13..293IHIlicer FAIRBANKSWANTED
M TEAKS OP DEPENDABILITY and a half lengths back. Meade at Lake Wsiti. I co-champion Razorbacks used a Mail. __ .11* :IM 51 11* 21 4 1 K .35! .... L. 1:7 5X1 67 I'I .31 .!VI I I runbacks of 98 and 87 yards and SERVICE

1c J', CAJ-U: PBOXB OB WRITE Double Jay covered the mile anda Kathleen at Kiutmmee. powerful rushing attack to subdue I LaP lnf.. Phil. S* 153 3* K 7 5 1 1* 301 Petk.. Cl,?. in 37* S& ill 1* 2 a 41 293 IV'V :a 74-yard run from scrimmage Fairbanks Ave. and Clay St.
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Hines City at Bebrlnc.Frostproof Mirah.ll. X_T. 111 S'II M 15 1' aa 11 .30* R.- N. T. n II* nil. 1 1 17 .23
furlong in 1:49 3-5 to pay back- at Arcadia the Northwestern Louisiana Rohlnxm, Skin 144 SU 12* 145 3* SI* IIFurtUo. :9t U.Jtimn.N.T. ll "l 6 Ii 1SS; 17 T I 91 .2l i, and a two-yard plunge.
H. L. COX ers $560 for $2. Lighthouse was INDIAN RIVER CONFERENCE State College Demons 64 to 0, in Bkln 11* 112 45 1.:1 II I 7 tl .%'9 >..... .-...1.. 131 1M .> 11* 2T 4 I IS..305 I I
Okaechobee at TltusvUle.i a rain-soaked football season V Edoo...... Bkla. 11% 117 S* 13* 14 t B 77 .2SSKlaus. WerU, Det. *3 294 57 III 17 4 I 41 .2f* I
1UH IRMA IT. third in the field of five sopho- .Orlando "B'. at Melbourne (Thursday). I Pitts. M 21 I' 21 IS 7 2 4* .2 91 ItPfft<.. Wafh.. 13* 4T1 SS 131 !1. S 13 n .2S I I
mores. i opener here yesterday. Curb,. ('hi. Ul 4S1 .> 113 22 112 SI US 5.121.74. 2fi7 4* 7 13 311 S* 2S
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Non-conference tames. Arkansas. which won a share of Norther< PhU.8t. ..- Kollowar. 444 44 12* 2i 4 2 34 :281 I I
I the Southwest Ixmi __ 112 33* M M 2* > II '3 .:J Ijnu. ; Undell' :N. T 12O 4;2 .2 12* 1* 7 III .3 .2S3;
I i title last year with ..... St. L.11 27 55 >7 T 1 S 21 233 i. 314., Det_ 133 4M 72 13* :* a 41 "281Moaee
II I ; an iron-clad defense turned loosean Dalaandra Chi II 111 1* :31 7 I 1 II IS4 Boston *324? 31 "II 2 25 .27*
WHAT ISJHYODULE Lamar Murphy Led offense which was smooth despite Rikird Plni. I.! 314 5Ii 16 2 a 24 .!M I HLatasett Bnrknan. tin 43 tt 7 If 2 2 1 13 .271DiMajtM. Refrigeration Service Man
I S. *. Bkln 38 *2 I 1* I I I 11.290 I I IRaaa Boa. 117414: *8 132 1* I 1 61 .271
the loose footing and wet ball. I Clnr. _V 131 477 M 138 17 7 3 n .289Beese. )1 FIL Batting ParadeMIAMI caused by a driving rain. Its defense -V Bklyn 138 Ul S* 131 23 4 12 69 .%.. 1: 13* IS 44 1 2 S 14 27S Salary..CommissionBonusMust
'I Jon,.. SU 1. 17 45 S 13 3 S 1 4 .!lI'T. 1 RUn.., N. T. 14* 524 T* IIS 23 1 S* .277 I
,1 was good enough to hold the .",... Phils. 117 SI4 4* 14ft 13 4 s 31 .345 I(ordon. tier. 111 5UI 8S 143 23 S IS II.!77 : Be Experienced
[rAP Lamar Murphy. of Demons to a net gain of minus BaumlKdts. Cln. 115: 82' II II* 2S 5 S 41 .!*: VR'm.iI. Maje< >.kl. Phlla. 133 144 SI 124 23 4 I 43 ..277Wkeficld
: NGIL I the Tampa Smokers. won the Flor- two yards and no first downs. BIMOSI IM 2S2 44 1111.' 2 4 5 7 ..207kilT. Det. 1** 331 S4 *4 11 i I 47 .177 REFERENCE REQUIRED
ida International League : batting Arkansas registered 17 first Hop. Bnalon 1:7 42 T* IIS 1* 2 1 :J* .*** | 'Stephen !>tU 14* S2S 71 141 1* a IS 77 271 i
crown with a hefty .354 a 21 point downs rolled up 503 yards rushing Hattnn. Cine ..140 4-> 7* 112 21 7 IS 73 ..252Wlltkiu. I margin over Woody Bottoms of CbL IM 47* S3 114 a 5 2 SS .2** I 1 1Biati. ) Chi.: 155313514144330.272 I: BRITT'SFRANCHISED
and completed two of three
Bo M :3* 1S1 22 1 S 2 11 .203: 1 Ho ". >.T. II ':. 7 2S a 1 5 12 .:7%
the St. Petersburg Saints. accord- forward passes for 24 yards. The V SI.ucbter.ltL 137 Sftf M 111 27 1* 4 Tb .U3 V' 'TebbettaDet. .

ing to official figures released yes- Razorbacks were never forcedto ISV )CIri;, > .-Boa 11 233 23 !9* 11 1 2S .27 I GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALERS
fir terday. Botton S* 714 41 fl13. I 3i 23 1_.-. VT SI 21* :23 17 11 4 S 33 .17*
I : punt. Hermanskl But 75 hI 34 51 I 1 I 3* .2)3) \\1...... Boi.Det !OS 2i3 24 I-C 13 5 $ 38 .2 l1t
Ned Harris. of the West Palm Coach John Barnhill kept his ,,, Emil, Phila., 131-W7 44 113 23 I II 7* :TOChL a..st_. CIT. 21 :a I r 2 I 4 .2S*
Beach Indians was far ahead in Razorback starters under I!I 5.mey 113 44* SS 124 17 4 S M .:8: c.l.. .... fct-L! 1.... iUS 52 81 T 2 2* ..25Baker. .
wraps 5.mibaidl. N.Y. II II* i II 5 S 4 21 .%8: I II Chi 11 27* II M 13 S 21 ..2(4I
I home runs with 34. twice as manyas playing them no more than 10 i 11...,... 4 L. 11* 43* 1M 121 1* I 7 4* .21 I IT R""' ". Ptals. 1'111I: ; 33 87 1* 4 2 31 .21lopea. ---------1.
ROLLINS "TARS"i runner-up Manuel Fernandez. minutes. But they managed to Ttao.oi, 1-7 4" 17 1"a S 2S 7* .%71 1 1Ootttra. OCT. tl 125: 1 33 1 14 ..21PMlIey
Tampa catcher. Dick Daniel of >< T. 122410 JS 117 IS 'U M .279TTIMon > '. Chi 130 SIS 51 II* nil' 45 .-*JI -
score five times in their short '.: Boa. 121 37* 47 195 11 t li 7J .271 I II Handler Phila. Vt t 2 1* 21 1 1 ..241Le.ts. _
Fort Lauderdale had 15. while Bill lived efforts.Winter. i I Hack. Cbkaio: 72 233 8* 43 11 2 5 12 :27* Wash.. 13* J..3 IS 131 IS i I 47Metkoncn. ..:a.
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Fuchs of St. Petersburg and Fran- I V lot Pltu. 127 SIX 7* 142 2. 1 13 it .2.7 Cli. lit 43* IJ 114 2* T S S7 :11
lor........ Bkln 121 417 S4 US 2* 4 6. .27* K.It..... CI... 13* 494 48 128 27 2 11 61 .%S'
cisco Quicutls of Havana each Circuit )h....... Skis. 3* T* 1* 21 1 S 4 .27< I IAittau Mullin. Del. 11$ 397 *S 103 28 8 IS SI .:.215Hogs. : t 1E4
HOME GAMESSaturday polled 14 homers. Clnr. V 73 : I Julio Moreno of Havana !I Hrroatal PhL! le 42S *J U* J* 7 S It .273 I Ros*'. Phila. 1"1 855 3* 92 1* 1 1 32 ..259Stlrnweiu.
: won Tries It Again I, fly... Bot."" III S14 M 13S 31 I S III .263VhtrflDg XT 115 S3* III 2 111 1* a 5 3* .2;;8Judnirn
i i. pitching honors with 19 victories V OIL 11 383 31 It I 4 I 49 ..341'ey41.1 St L. J3.j.., SS 122 22 S IT S8 .:;;;1td
and four defeats. followed bus Tram. : 14 357 S3 M 21 2 13 73 .344. V >o.nI.. Cler. 9* 313 48 n.* a 13: 4* 25* .
After being foiled by the elements Ho..il. Pitts. I* VII 2* SI 1* I 21 .!n 15* ?. Boa. 137 92* 731352! 14) .237
team-mate Conrado Marrero with in two Weatlake. Pitt. It* 41.: *S 18 1* 4 1* *7 .:2 Oct. 25 wins and six losses. Marrero was previous attempts to >< Y. VhS S3* n 142 23 3 17 S* .:<7Alxraon. I Cle 91 2IJ 34 12 12 2 4 37 .2}$
4-University of Richmond far ahead in strikeouts with 251. usher in the 1947 campaign. the. (51. 37 1"S 17 2* S > 3 IS .2C7i "." Det. U 1S1 22 .1.* 5 I 17 ..224i ;
i Ut.hUer. Boa. M 225 M S* 4 S 1 31 2SJohnaon. :
Winter Softball League. with a1!! :
[Southern Conference] ChL 113 33 41 11 II 2 I 2S :.244 i I AMERICAN LEAGUE PITCHING
twin bill on its docket makes another i., La...... CUlL Ill: I** 12 1'S 21 a s 48 .23 1' (Five Oeciate *r Men -_
Be Faithful Noses stab at unveiling its season 1: Miller. Cl... .145 S2S M 137 M a 1* 8* .241 I Pltekr. S Club. 01* H Bb S* Ga W L P*. -- -
Nov. Zleatars. Cln. 11* 417 SS IM 17 1 2 22 :.233 Dietrich. PhiJa 1* 57 13 .
Saturday l-Stetson 38 IS 2 i 1 833Moalder.
University ,Tuesday Exposition Park the I II )I RuwclU PUta. Ill tM M 113 2* T I* .i1MarVm. 11I St. U 31 *8 73 38 23 5 4 1 .*"
4/g
Ii Out Letmenow first game getting ,under way at ftL.. 117 4''l M 127 14 4 14 .257 ; Gampert.. >. T. 24 SS T* 28 24 2 4 1 .8MI I
I B! dvorth. Pit. 7* 2'* 24 74 t S S 43 :IjT I
Raacol 14. T.
7:45: p.m. I' 15 15 8* 38 4* I T 2 ..771MiCahatt
Garasiola. Pit T2 171 1* 41 S S S 22 Phlla. 28 IS:* 152 59 51 S 1* 4 714 S
Saturday, Nov. 15-Murray State CHICAGO TAP] Be Faithful In the opener Stroud Rexall : X T. SI 132 2* 3* 1 2 : 12 ..237V i iGr. LesK*. Clee 34 142 121 81 S2 41* 4 ..714R.tsUean. _
owned! by Mrs. E. E. D. with Handler.. PtU. 93 ** 17 55 t a 41 .234 I Det. 2* !
Shaffer Drug, Pete Brown pitching. ........ M 9* 31 II S S 2 .tilnofcaon.
Pitt. 123
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71 11 13:
2 2S 74 .1.1; .
'of Bm. 31 211 191 7* 99 II '
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Florida, September, 1947 &ratfctg & ttutrl-fi>tar Page 91 North Carolina
to Drs. Fred A. Westerman and Albert S. ,

Haziard, of Michigan, "planting fish to establish a new

and needed species, i.e. stocking for introduction, is quite I
Not Alone
different from annual restocking with the expectation of Leo on Uncertain Alabama Loom

increasing the species already present. This is termed

stocking for maintenance." I I By HARRY GRAYSON .4 Cronin relieving the ailing

They say: 1 NEW YORK NEAl Asked if Collins on the business end. 1:

Much good has been done by Introducing desirable and Leo Durocher will be back as man- Bill Veeck denies it, of As South's BestI
game pan of the but that the
fish In ager Dodgers next Spring, reports persist
streams and lakes
where these fish were not originally found.
Branch Rickey says: ressive young president of the

Although early records of natural t I "Honestly, I don't know" dians would prefer a HAROLD CLAASSEN
fish distribution are sketchy and That goes for most of major- type of manager. Charley NEW YORK I API! Indicationsare

Incomplete, there Is not much SOLUNAR TABLESAccording league baseball. with whom he enjoyed so that no luck of the Irish will
success in Milwaukee would be needed to determine the national -
doubt but that bass, blue gills and to the Solunar changes There'll player be some trades.managerial first choice. The rub here is collegiate football champion

pikeperch [.'alley esl were not tables calculated for this area the current strategist a for the 1947 season which got.pff
of the State, the best times With an ordinary club like the named Boudreau-is the best to a hesitant start yesterday but
found In many Northern waters current Yankees practically run-
for bunting and fishing will around ballplayer at has its universal opening on the
until after they were planted Ar- be as follows with Major ning away and hiding at such an the game and a potential coming Saturday

butus Lake. Grand Traverse periods indicating the best early date. and maintaining a lop- can League batting champion. From every direction come reports -
sided bulge with a modicum of
Bueky: Harris turned in a
time and Minor periods the of the sterling Notre Dame
County. Mich. for years famousfor next best hours: pitching. how can American RICKEY OUKOCHER rific job with the Yankees football machine Coach Frank I

its large bluegills. had none AJVI. P.M. League owners be satisfied ..'don't know ..not alone headed for the pennant but Leahy is welding together on the

of these fish prior to about 1920, Day Today :Minor 10:50 Maj 5:05 Minor 11:20 Mai.5:30 pilots Only can two be said American to be League solidly'up into the front office and popular -< status personal as feelings manager and depends the on South One Bend Midwestern campus expert who '

if the reports of the older residentsof set-the venerable Connie Mack and able Jimmy Dykes' returnto of Larry MacPhail The Old
Mon. 11:45 5:55 6.20 I saw the Irish In a workout. Is
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in Philadelphia and Ted Lyons in the league as manager. Manager long has aspired
this area are reliable. It Tues. 12:10 6.45 7:10 being quoted saying that he
1* also! 12:50: as
I Chicago. Mack. who has had an There is plenty of reason to desk Job.
were not found in the entire Wed 1 15 7:40 1:45 8:05 amazingly good year, by the way. I suspect that Ossie Bluege is In the National. Bill rated Md Luckman. Chicago
Thurs. 2:10 8:30 2:45: 8:55 the joint. Lyons is entitled definitely has not been Bear star who was helping Leahy
reported that bass and owns through in Washington. A disastrous a
pikeperch Friday 3:05 9:20 3:35 9.45 roach that day, as only the
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: to another whirl on old acquain: season. Dissension on the success in Pittsburgh in his
Michigamme River system above Sat. 3:55: 10:05 4:25: 10:30 I tance. club. He took a couple of punchesat year as manager. "fourth best passer on the field."

Peavy FaIls (near the mouthl before Sunday 4:40: 10:55 5:10: 11:15 The fortunates in the Nationalare a baseball writer after which Philadelphia fell far below Probably no team in recent
Major Solunar vvriod lutin Ito Billy Southworth in Boston. Clark Griffith called his field place heaven in '47." so years has been the subject of more
they were introduced. Many 2 hours in duration aro shown in I [CHOO CHOO] JUSTICE
other lack ty.o. Minor (or toeond !test) Johnny Neun in Cincinnati and marshal home in the midst of a Chapman could be on tj.e : pre-season rumors than the 1947
examples of the lack of desirable periods shorter hours light b_ I I makes the Tar Heels tick. aggregation.
Mel Ott in New York. and the latter Western trip. i Chicago stood pat. a grave I
game and pan fish in has been criticized for early Detroit easily could finish second take with every other outfit But despite all the reports and

isolated lakes and river systems above natural barriers have been mistakes in casting and handlingof again, but there are indications -i ing in or otherwise obtaining I hints not a one of the 700-plus

cited. Even today <
establish bass. pike, pikeperch, bluegills or other fish. is the manager-of-the-year. Neun I enough to hold Steve O'Neill job Gallagher is at fault. One Rushing teams has canceled a single game.

"In some cases only a single game or pan fish species is present put the breath of life back into the this trip has Stan Hack replacing ': In fact there are dreams in some

although the lakes should be able to support several kinds of fish and i Reds. Doc Cramer seemed to believe Eddie Dyer admits that quarters of beating out the Irish:
fishing ,would Dick Muckerman called in most |he had some sort of a chance for I might have been back in for the mythical national championship -
undoubtedly tn better. In other cases pan fish only' of the Browns before the kick-off, I the job. but spoke about the opportunity. -I'' Texas oil fields had any of Expansion .

are present and are stunted presumably for lack of predatory game gave them what they wanted. For i and consequently may Cardinal veterans told Sam i Most of the dreams are centeredin
species to keep their numbers down. However. these waters are rela- that the SU Louis Americans are 'have talked himself out of it ,I don the manager didn't the Southern and Southeastern

tively few in Michigan at present because of the rather wide natural 37 games out. Tom Yaw.key can't understand baseball from a hole in i I :: ; to The cundr, Se n' ne''',Stort I Conferences that vast area in

distribution of fish and because of the energy displayed In the past The ice and fuel magnate never I why the 1946 Red Sox of the tremendous -I ground when the owner i genii could probably get some hints on which four bowl teams were

by fish-culturists and by local sportsmen in stocking isolated waters. I I has sat still in business. Thereis I early foot fell so far behind up on the party while it was from the enlargement of Miami's Or spawned last season.
every indication that he is dissatisfied an average Yankee club this I last on June 1. I I North Carolina, with its famed
with his organization so time out. Reports have had Joe : Each season furnishes
.
Charles [Choo-Choo .JustiC'e.looms
"In
a recent review of experimental management recommendations ,
: general manager Bill DeWitt is McCarthy, Lou Boudreau and : tional evidence that I wasn't started until June.
the No. 1 team in the
for 255 lake." say the learned doctors in this respect ". it That would O'Neill the works at Fen- baseball club is highly as
expected to go. open : running I a the dou !e-deck addition didn't begin Southern Conference with North,
was found that new warm-water species were recommended in the the way for Muddy Ruel to step way Park next Spring, with Joe 'ous occupation., 22-27 ,. -- u ---- ______ Carolina State, William and
rate of 25 lakes or approximately 10 per cent. For all other speciesin --- ----- -- -- --- '-- 1
I Lythia I Mary and Duke not too far behind.
these lakes and for all species in the remaining 90 per cent I I reen Orcutt of White Beaches N. .
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natural pawning was considered adequate. and no further plantingwas ; Kiner Beats Second-Year Jinx 1 several J. is another old standby. Alabama has 10 veterans who

recommended. I A'sSiillEye 1 I I And, of course, there are entrants will be playing their fourth year

"Planting of fingerling bass. bluegills perch. pikeperch and other i known to virtually no one together plus Harry Gilmer, butit

warm-water fish In waters now containing them is believed to be I i To Rank With Leading BatsmenNEW I II choice green, I in the golf world beyond the fact is Louisiana State and its hordeof

valueless or actually harmful. This statement is supported by the talented backs that was voted
I YORK [tNEAI] That second-year jinx business is a First Division L i I that they qualified In this group ,
following facts: Large numbers of young fish are produced by natural having the team most likely to succeedat
apawning: that an enormous number of deposited and hatched is indicated lot of hogwash. The holes are only beginning to show. against I are such as Joan Coffeen of Green a recent meeting of the league's

I When. Ralph McPherran Kiner failed to hit much in the Bay and Dorothy Ellis of In- I coaches.Tennessee Georgia. Geor-
by the following counts: of the average young fish production I young NEW YORK NEAl People I
per nest: largemouth bass 6.022: rock bass 1,466: pumpkinseed sun- more than his 190 pounds going into Decoration Day, it was \ for Connie Mack in Idianapous. Many entrants ale gia Tech. Kentucky and Mississippi -
State others in
sorry prominent in their but are the limelight -
fish 6.012: blueglll 16277. Survival to the adult state of any but a (whispered that perhaps the pitchers had found a blind spot. I swats a 'I own States .

mall fraction of the above numbers obviously would be impossible."I I But men who know baseb Spring. have never gone' the route in a ; Georgia has lost Charley Trippi
Things were so bad a
The doctors continue: "Recovery of the complete fish populationIn <1 best knew this was not true. year of 'I national tournament. Most of ; but Coach Wally Butts hasn't been

a small lake after four years of counting the number of nests and|I Ralph Kiner simply had to n1 -- that Mack considered calling j 19 and them are young. I stripped of talent. Bobby Dodds

young of largemouth bass bluegills, pumpkinseed sunfish. and rock!1 that long ball which last career after 52 years was I added AU except Mrs. Vare and Mrs. Georgia Tech squad is reported

bass yielded figures which emphasize this natural mortality from the : made him the second player since to stick it out by his right i the na Page, exempt as former champions '' light but adept at ball handling
I i 1900 to lead the National League ago in qualified with handicaps
man Al Simmons. while the housing shortage at
baby fish to the adult. At the end of four years only three bluegills. !
in home runs in his first year in pres not exceeding six strokes on any is
Kentucky caused by incoming
30 rock and 13 bass I Everybody wondered what
five pumpkinseed sunfish. bass largemouth of
I of other of member club of
the majors. The big Pittsburgh course a the football talent of all kinds.
each 100000 fry estimated to have been produced In. the first year outfielder manufactured 23. I was going to pawn off for an S. Golf USGA. : Insiders say that Michigan.
of the study had survived! field in 1947 Prospects reason :
So Kiner found the in
range : I The gals further qualify in 18 Iowa. Illinois Minnesota and Ohio
June when he hit 14 home runs, i poor Philadelphia baseball the State will be the order of finishin
I holes of medal play the first day, .
""'hUe It U true that the major part of the loss occurs In the one short of old Cy Williams' Na- asked to be assigned to what year the lowest 32 entering 18-hole; the. Big Nine.
ed like the
younger stages the figures showed heavy losses'in each succeedingyear. tional League record for that i ii lies. more promising i match play' rounds. The winner Michigan, which closed out Its

It is believed that there are natural limitations to the number -i i month. He has hit .380 since Yet the Athletics broke : as- will come out of 36 holes of 1946 campaign with a 58 to 0 lambasting

of fish of various aizes which a body of water can support. It June 1. is now in the Big Five i at West Palm Beach with an this match play. of Ohio State is ranked

duced naturally than can live to maturity. plantings of hatchery fish batting .312. and pressing Walker. ".o, on the first division, and over- The tournament could produce below Notre Dame in the Middle-
Cooper. Mize and Willard Mar- i\.\.; : I I national west and win that listing
therefore seems logical to assume that if more young fish are pro- -. t" : they are. ,.II 'a new Berg Jameson or even aDidrlkson may -
shall for the top position in runs- I r I trech- nationally.
would merely Increase the competition. Throw out the Yankees and although there is some
batted-in and tops Mize in home ; I Par Army, of course Is the
J ques-
Any planted fish which survived would do so at the expense of ; ,surprising Philadelphia di- doubt that the likes of the latter tion mark in the
would be smack dab in the will ever be seen again in ama- sprawling Mld-i
runs.Kiner
naturally spawned the fish scientists conclude. i
young 4 with I die Atlantic where Penn4sylvania
is one of the mightyfew 1 Phil Marchildon points this teur competition. region
individualistic ballplayers.; 4 / 8 recalling the writer I Columbia Harvard anti'Yale

He holds the bat directly in < him after he nearly 'I11'T! isI are picked to fight it out

Louise Suggs Favored to Win front of him straight up and ',, the Yankees in beating I I of : Tag Match Heads for the Ivy League crown.
down. swats the ball with a 1I the opener in the Bronx last lasted a The Cadets have a string of 28

twist of the wrists adopting a April. I British AmVet Wrestling games without a loss and now
Top Women's Amateur LaurelsFRANKLIN perfect golf swing for baseball. :i "Winning that first game Swed- must carry on without Felix Docl:
:f Yankee Stadium took us out Blanchard Glenn Davis Arnold
Kiner is anything but a disciple Program Tuesday
Mich. [NEA Mrs. Babe Didrikson Zaharias Tucker and members
y the defeatist class, said Hill virtually all the ,
r of the deadly level swing that belonged I -
having joined Patty Berg and Betty Jameson in the money to such as Shoeless Joe I ,"" 7 Joseph Marchildon. peak An Australian tag match head- of the rock-ribbed line that

ranks, this appears to be Louise Suggs' year in the Women's I Jackson. Lefty OTDoul. the Waners '' /" 'tt "With Joost at shortstop Zaharias :lines the AmVet wrestling pro- made the victory skein possible.
'I' at first and Valo. Chapman Still the Cadets
National Amateur Golf Championship over the tree-lined and' and other remarkable hitters. ..'; I her one (gram at Legion Arena Tuesday were strong
Cosky and Rosar hitting. we enough to subdue Yale
'S. at Chi- It will be three-fall recently:
90-minute
wooded course of the swank Franklin Hills Country Club in Yet Kiner rifles the ball into I : land in the first division. t Laddie affair a ill an informal scrimmage although
(limit featuring Tommy
until late September. Yet come< left field stands when he uncockshis What brought about this i i .. showed Ward and Nick Bacalis who the Ella boast of bavins
January. 1 the curtain will go up wrists. I l {' miracle? 1 I gang the best all-around backfield in
first prefabricated concrete stadium V:, up on Mr. X and Bill Steddlum.In .
on a new 60.000-seat Orange Bowl The young man-he is only 24-'i Well, the veteran shortstop I Century the country.
for the Florida New Year's foot- project. estimated the cost furnishes additional eviednce that j. die Joust purchased from : Fox the curtain-raiser at 8:30 Almost as big a mystery as Army
to be at least $30,000 less than a
Rube of Oklahoma
Wright
ball classic. a's ten not only stood up I pm. is the
similar any style is good as long coordination formid- Navy squad which came
steel structure and about
S The city of Miami Is using the and the eye are there ,shortstop but made a i is City Okla., mixes with mustachioed within three yards of defeatingthe :
half what it would cost if it
genii of prefabricated concrete for were and the batter brings the bat into second baseman of Pete i Helen Dick Bishop, Vancouver. B. Cadets and now is training'.on V
built with
the 22.500 seat Orange Bowl poured concrete. RALPH KINER well. Suder was all right < C., in a three-fall. one-hour l1m1ttussle.
enlargement the ball correctly. How about Al the : an island on the Pacific Coast.
in a brand new technique Maintenance cost of the new I ly but had played alongside The ;
Simmons Midshipmen bolstered at
and his foot in the with a golf' swing. I are
in stadium construction. I section of the bowl will be practically bucket? Seeing the one-time Athletics one capable of showing him of Mrs. I Al Massey will "third man" the i center by Dick Scott one of tie
The idea was developed by the I nil whereas it cost the city luminary for the first time i he seemingly lacks the flexibilityof to play hitters and whom he card and the first 50 women entering -best '

city engineering department to $24,000 merely to paint the steel you suspected he was a bit nervous. muscles that enables others to i certain would be in the right I arid-Mrs I the Arena receive one-I Kansas and Nebraska may b,

circumvent the steel shortage, reduce sections of the stadium last year. Kiner also led the circuit in throw instantly from where the ;at the right time all the time.I (pound boxes of chocolate-covered I the one-two teams in the Big

the cost of the stadium to aminim" Another desirable feature of the strikeouts last year with 109 so ball is caught. I Joost is batting only .195 Maui almonds. Six now that Plato Andros an4

*"'* most important of concrete decking in the new section was the National League's right- But they all can't have every- the San Franciscan who Joe Golding have left Oklahom
all. to get the Job done for the is elimination of noise which hand counterpart of the AmericanLeague's thing. World Series ballplayer in I I'i for the pro ranks. Ray Evans;

1948 Orange Bowl classic would have resulted from reverberations King Kong Keller. I Ii 'cinnati was a pretty be fair 'I Nightmare Card the Kansas halfback, was good
a shortstop wasting
By use of prefabricated eon1 1 between two steel decks. He has cut down his strikeouts i I enough to outshine the fa me 4
his life in Triple A.
crete slabs and joists the enlargement ,I ,Prefabricated concrete has been considerably which could be due Feminine SoftballersList Glenn Dobbs In several service
which Includes dou- used to a considerable extent in to Hank Greenberg shortening his Anothercorking pick-up for LSU clashes. *
i Ferris Fain. drafted from
bte decks on both tides of the ; home construction and In factory stride and swing this Spring. Yet, Play TomorrowThe i I Along the West Coast Southern
Francisco. Here is a young
present steel stands, will be i'construction. but this is the first 'like Joe DiMaggio. the Southern Young Women's Commu- he's only 25-with a great La. [UP] They aren't denying that California is reported as mail-
mid-December at cost "time, to the knowledge of the Mi- I
ready In a
wealthy and Ted Tannehill is
California collegian's stride Is like the of the in the South- back
nity Club Class B Softball League of being a really high-grade I I cream crop
f only $1.237.000. ami Engineering Dept.. that the
I wider than that of most hitters. I in shape after suffering a broken
into action again tomorrow baseman. Among other : But Bernie Moore mentor of <
City Architect: Art Darleau. who idea has been attempted in stadium swings I I year. collar-bone in the
Again like J. DiMag.: Kiner takesa with twin bill at Exposition's No. has the physical opening game
drew the plans for the country's construction. a :I woefully points out that the cream of I a year UCLA. last
very short step belting the ball :2 site. !left-hander enjoys at the ago. years
-not more than six inches. : A leg injured in Spring better than second-rate against an, ex- champion lost 17 lettermen from
Once like the \ In the 7 p.m. curtain-raiser. has bothered him off and ; > j the Pacific Coast Conference titje
more great DiMag.Kiner .
American tied for the top
Fire 'his .280 batting is I South squad of a year ago but stlU'regarded is
runs well for a six-foot ; average be Field General Ray Coates at
slot with Kress crosses bats with I' I:
the
the
when na as
Stock Car Races. one-and-a-half-inch chap comingIn much more impressive halfback with either Dan Sandi- Trojans' biggest
the cellar-dwelling Independents.
I[see him hit with men on "As for I threat. Oregon State with an ideal
190
at pounds. He has good I The second contest shows Kress fer. Al Heroman or the InjuredJim
That's why he's batting ninth in schedule and a squad that includes
baseball has also played Cason, a neat blocker. Har-
sense .
tangling with Ccoee at 8 p.m.N. ( and Fain, Moore. southpaw Don
first and third base. .I Next to Joost ) rell [Rip Collins is the numberone I Samuel. is the dark
i right-hand pitchers will be fullback with Toth. Bill i'' horse of the circuit and may go
He is an accomplished fly- C. ELEVENS POPULAR Savage, McCahan. Scheib all the way. .
Schroll. and Bobby Clegg backing
chaser with a fine pair of hands. Teams from North Carolina Coleman-have kept the A'. I of him I II i Tulsaand Oklahoma A & 11,

Ralph Kiner's one flaw is that have predominated in Jackson- ing. They also contribute I last two I In up.the powerful line the Tigers as usual have the Missouri Valley
he is not i Bowl siderably to the A's being a : man for :
a superlative thrower. Iville's two Gator gridiron i are weak at only one guard post. 1 i I Conference race to themselves and
His arm is pretty good but he ; clashes. Wake Forest participated I i of the future. : they Sheldon Ballard will be center, Rice which shut out Tennessee in
apparently has to wind up. which in the 1946 game and North Car- 1 It's nice to see Connie at the i Russ Foti and Charlie Cusimanoor the Orange Bowl is the prohibitive -

has him getting the ball away olina State played in the 1947 waving that scorecard with or Harvey Core will shift for a Southwest Conference title,

; too slowly. A loose-jointed kid. encounter. ;I assurance. I I from the guard spot. Wren Worley will ,, favorite although Clyde Scott still
'
down I' is at Arkansas.
-- --" ---- hold down another guard post.
... heaves One-time All-American Walter I Texas, with Blair Cherry at

TT last Barnes Joe Baird Fred Land and :,I' the helm has switched to the T

troubles I Jim Shoaf are the main contenders I I' and the new coach has the fab'
ACIDPROOFTRAP' off to in a battle royal for the tackle': ,ulous Bobby Layne; around t*

either. berths. Mel Lyle and Abner Wim- : make the offense click. :

with berly rate as first-string ends with II Denver looms as the best in the
put the :' a load of competition. I II Rocky Mountain area with Utah

will be I It's a dream squad to anyone and Utah State ready and willing
into I but :Moore: -and it- would be to to dispute the general feeling.

; of at- him but for the schedule: "
TODAY "Sept. 27-Rice at Baton Rouge Cornelius Warmerdam has
2 P. M. 2 P. M. or i Oct. 4-Georgia at Athens; Oct.; ,, vaulted 15 feet- consistently in

with the 11-Texas A. & M. at Baton competition and at recent reports
tank- Rouge:.Oct. 17-Boston College at I had cleared the bar 42 times fct
21 1941
; that
September height.
Toth. Boston: Oct. 25-Vanderbilt at : ,

S the Tigers Baton Rouge; Nov. 1-Ole Miss at
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o AZALEA DRIVING PARK with his Baton Rouge; Nov. 8-Open; Nov. I
fOR DEPENDABLE
have 14-Mississippi State at Baton I,
Moore. Rouge; Nov. 22-Alabama at Tus-
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Miss Davison Page 10 th1t unday! tntinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 Home Nursing Class I I t[t Legion Post, Auxiliary i

I jRatigan Takes Set to Begin Oct. 20 i f Plan Supper Tuesday

Arrives InSanford I I I II I' 1 i ceai :' Tne 5.--1C". S..ir'I-Srorl' ] I [Spe' o' '0 The Sorxfcv Se ',ne1:,Sfw) Z
F DeLand Students Return Two Cast Votes i Late Ballot NEW SMYRNA BEACH A : NEW SMYRNA BEACH -The li l\-

,I : Seal Sale Post home nursing class, sponsored by i American Legion Auxiliary' wit ,
:, I the Red Cross will begin Oct. 20. :
To Studies at Colleges Registrants Classes will be conducted three entertain members of the Legten :

[ISoecwl! to The Sunday Sentm--Star' On Power Issue : The Sv >' Star rl I; times a week. Monday, Wednesdayand post and families at a covered -
--o' S.h
SANFORD-Miss Zeta I [ISoeeiot to The Sunday Sen':ne'l-Star] i I Daytona Beach after visiting her : Crowd Hall I rSp" to -v Friday, from 10 a.m. to noon dish supper at 7 pjn Tuesday at I' :
Davison] DELAND-Leaving today to return :: parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth SANFORD Jack Ratigan of for two weeks. in the Red Cross the Legion HalL Group singing

arrived Friday by plane from to Florida State College Tal- Douglas.Mr. (SDcria1! to TV'! Sur-ir:. Se-, rStar) I'I I '?'Soericl to Tie .ndo> Sen' ne!.S' rl i. Seminole County Motors has accepted office over the Post Office Bldg. will follow the supper.
:Winston Salem N. C.. due to the lahassee, are Grace Hays Martha and Mrs. J. D. Frierson have two BEACH-Last min- chairmanship for the 1947 Instructor will be Mrs. Walker
DELAND Only DAYTONA .
illness of her aunt Mrs. Jack i i Peacock Judy Rhodes and Anna I returned from Hendersonville, persons Paddon who worked in the Nurses
have cast absentee ballots for the ute registrants flooded the City Christmas Seal Sale for the Sem-
Home.i N. Washington :
Davison of Lake Onora. C.Margaret forthcoming electric franchise Corps during the war in I
,I i I Sunday's birthday greetings go Landis is attending Hall yesterday as deadline for inole County Tuberculosis Assn., and who has recently moved La4
Mr. and Mra. A. L. Myers Jr.. to Stephen de Montmollin. A. C. I Florida State College. This is her City election Clerk since Theodore it began C.Sept.Brooks 15, registering for the Oct. 21 electionwas for raising of operating funds, I here. 1
left this week for Holland Jackie Hawkins Bernie !' freshman She was taken to
Philadelphiawhere year. Pres. George Touhy said today. |
stated yesterday. Absentee voting reached. i
they will reside while he is Hatfield. John D. McGrath. Mrs. I j,'Tallahassee by her mother, Mrs. closes Sept. 26, three days before Registration books were closedat This will be the county's part 'I Gova, the great Spanish painter !DIAPER !.IlJ.1! 'I
F. A. Hammond Jr.. Lance Dough- Erskine LandIs and Mrs. C. H. signed his name on the diamond .
attending Temple University medi-:, the regular election. The City Ust annual seal sale to MnratwntfHONI N
of the
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i erty, Virginia E. Dade. Celebrating Baguley. 9:30: p.m. yesterday, and all and blue-enamel ring his I
Commissioners Friday night unan- :
cal ichooL Monday will be Richard But- | Nita Botts. Lorena Macfie. Car- open Nov. 24 and continue j
I imously named the following elec- qualified electors wall be permittedto sitter is wearing in a portrait.
Thomas Dillard R. Howard Nahm, Polly Philpot, Libbie through Christmas.
Leaving last week for college nero man -
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tion inspectors and clerks to serve cast a ballot in the election Oct.
University Gould. Bobby Denham. Dolores Lou Allen Marilyn Talton. Vivian i Touhy declared "With Ratiganas 1'II :
Neil Powell Emory -
were:
30 !
on Sept. at designated polling
: 21 to decide whether not i
Gray Alice Rogers and Mrs. Ma- Rasmussen Judith McEachern, or to approve :
chairman I am sure we can Glass For All Purposes
Atlanta places:
Dental College,
: bel Lottie the Florida Power and ;
Decker. Clemaline Bennett, Mae i Light count on a successful campaign. I
Ward one-David B. I II'
Charles Park Medical School of', Mr. and Mrs. Carl Minkler and : Sing, Joan Martin. Barbara Rut- clerk George Burnett, Emma Doty I'I Co. 30-year franchise for gas and His organizational ability and high 'II ; ILLINOIS
Emory University. Atlanta; Richard daughter are at Delray Beach. I ter and Olive Smith have been Gohn; and Art Leavitt. inspec-: electricity. -regard in which he is held makp t'RENCH IiI I
Meriwether, University of Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee are chosen by members of DeLand 'i| The city bond election scheduled him an ideal person to direct the IXSULUX;
tors at Jacob's Ward Since 1908
Charllotesville: Gwynn Reel, celebrating their Silver wedding I High School Key Club as charter I ; garage; ;: Oct. 28, is restricted to free- campaign for funds to continue !iI II Serving Florida I j:.
( "Roy ,
wo-Charles Heath derk; I BLOCKS
Johns Hopkins University Balti anniversary today. I members of the Keyettes Club, to Frierson, Sara Fleming and ; holders. ', our fight against tuberculosis. A I Ij I Distributor 75 W. Pine St. TeL 5111 Bc
more.Leroy Md.Gilbert After Francis a weekend Wilson here,!;i Drue Douglas has returned to be formed soon. I Horace Smith, inspectors, at the | Christmas Seal purchase is an investment :":.

Jordan-ind Donald Shaffer i i fire station. : in community health ---- --- -- -- .
will Harold return to Gainesville and the i Mmes. R. Walker, James H. Ken- i Ward three Drew Harris, I X-Ray Campaigni from which every citizen benefits. 'I;
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Albert Fitts clerk; Mrs. Walter Coan E. M. I
University of Florida. nedy. Tjner W. S. Settle and : M ODRN #
Simon Dingfelder at a recent Frances Walton, food; Mrs. Cyril I' Weeks, Mrs. E. K. Jones, inspectors : Sanford Council i N op'S */* Garland Cleaners
; at the high school gymnasium ..
Court of 'Honor was awarded thScout's e 11 i Plans Trip Marchington program: Mrs. Ken- : Ward four-Joe DeBella Set at ti '
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highest award, the Eagle Daytona !
Scout Badge. non Morris and Mrs. Bert Shaw, clerk, Mariam Douglas Walter I 1 1Lipfert. i : Meeting PostponedI L ads.? :b a ,

B. B. decorations. J. W. Cross, inspectors at I I ,' iw w w.st ,
Mr. and Mrs. Crumleyhave To Alabama (* C-'i
[ :? : .0 T"!' '-- -- -
: the Elks Club. I
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moved to their new home on i: Recognizing Today's Problems The Commission appointed the''I [ to T e Sunder Sent.net:. Star] : wall be no Garland .t Concord ;

the shore' of Silver Lake. (SifI:: r to The ScAr, ,. Ser "!-Sforl) and Opportunities will be program Daytona,,Beach firm of Pentlandand DAYTONA BEACH Faye City Commission meeting: as
,II SANFORD Albert Fitts will : theme for the year at the Faulk- i, Robertson to audit city books Nixon, executive director of the scheduled tomorrow night. This
leave tomorrow for the Universityof ner School. Mrs Kennedy, pro- I ot the close of the fiscal year Oct. Volusia Tuberculosis and Health meeting was postponed until Tues- ----- '"
Alabama where he has a graduating 'gram chairman announced. Her 1 providing the cost did not exceed Assn., announced Friday that Dr. day night City Mgr. H. N. Sayer
( New! teaching fellowship and speakers will be: 1000. R. D. Higgins. head of the Volusia said, to allow Commissioners to CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
I I'' I will take his masters degree.Mr. Oct. 1, Recognizing the School i In passing the new ordinance County Health Unit, has requestedthat attend the dinner meeting of the k.
!1 / and Mrs. Nick Ashby and Situation P. L. Gaddis; Nov. 5. creating a 10 per cent tax on the State Board of Health Veterans of Foreign Wars at the -;:
WEARABLEtIER4NG I daughters. Betts and Niki. of Today's Health Problems Dr. W. water consumed the Commissioners mobile testing unit for tubercu- Mayfair Inn Monday. WRESTLING A PROBLEM :
Most Jacksonville, are spending the losis be brought here in Februaryor One of the matters to be brought .
R. Higgins, Daytona Beach: Dec. also hiked the minimum serv- U ,"our problem whether *r ... ;;.
( weekend here with Mrs. Ashby's 3, Abiding Peace Through World ice outside the city limits from $2 I March for giving free Xraysto before this meeting will be the estimates to hate year .or. cut brake re -.
'AIDE l parents, Mr. and Mrs. George D. Understanding, the Rev. Alvin J. to $2,50 and raised the charge for all persons in Volusia County. gathered by Sayer from paired or Just. let to lei at ttvt --'.-,
yea an estimate We doe "
I Last Winter, the mobile unit, very
Bishop.Mr. surveying engineers! on the resur-
Irunan I ; Feb. 4, Leadership and cutting water on from $1 to $2. _top IB brabe repairtaf at the
and Mrs. Sterling Bowling, Responsibility Founders' Day, I which visited schools only tested facing of several of the city streets most reasonable prices. !".. ,;,
TI i : 4,466 high school and university that: hate long been in need of re- OJ't be terry.MOTORS. 1;',
RiBUlL 1 who are spending a month here i Philip Jones; March 3, Safety, W. R. W. Ervin To SpeakAt students and all students pair. .,.
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with the latter's parents Judge J. Cozens April 7. Problems and
and Mrs. J. G. Sharon and who I, Opportunities; of Vacation Time, Garden Club MeetNEW 15 years' or older, will be checked A. P. CLARI[ Inc. :f r
have spent the past several daysin Evaluating again this year. Th suction attachment of an > .
by the Rev. G. L. Howe; May 5. C,, ,
lS,1 T1 '
I ti' Sf' S'r'
I I r '' '11" electric cleaner
Jacksonville returned here Miss Nixon stated the deaths vacuum may also
yes Mrs. W.
Accomplishments, 88? N. ORANGE PHONE 2-174 sw
SMYRNA BEACH-R. W. ,
be used for
Jf&sezrElectric terday. S. Settle. from tuberculosis in Volusia Coun- cleaning hot air reg-
Ervin, resident attorney for the isters.
i ty are apparently increasing, as
Mrs. Eleanor Kirk, counselor In
i State Road Dept., will ------ -
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I : records show 11 deaths so far this -
the Florida
[ State Employment Highway Beautification at the j I I
0Aat Service Miami., has accepted a positionin Birthday Garden Club meeting at 3 pm i year from in this comparison disease for to all 13 of deaths 1946. IIhIIIL/I 1; ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITYCombination

I Ii Wednesday at the Garden" Center, : '
Records also show 83
cases as "uni '
Venetian Blind, and :
Miss Martha Brown is now at BE SURE Awning Shutter
Celebrated Also talking will be Mrs. Jack I i der observation" here.
the Femald-Laughton Memorial I'Sweett who will discuss wild
The East Volusia Tuberculosisand
Hospital assisting in nursing before i i flowers, giving the history and Health Assn. will discuss plans TO
f returning to the Universityof : At PartySpec I classification of those in bloom for sale of Christmas Seals which I Virginia. now. Members will make and wear finance the anti-tuberculosis work : Attend Church
Hawkins Connelly and Dick ,
Verney both in Miami. [ ol to The Sjrdo Sentinel/-Star] I their own corsaees: Hostesses will at a meeting at 4 pjn Oct. 2 at the ,
t lot w. S.are Earle Sanford DELAND Marianne Davis, I be Mrs. O A. Troxell. Mrs. William YMCA and the West Volusia TODAY xine ItL'd:'
t WIAII engineer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn |' White. Mrs. J. F. McKissieand Assn. will discuss the same matterat i
was taken seriously ill at his home 1
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FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY
,- 1 here Friday. R. Davis, celebrated her fifth I'i Mrs E. A. Anderson. a meeting in DeLand Oct. 3. i AND EVERY INC.

T Mrs. James Boyd of Leesburg, birthday Saturday with a birth- i Formerly Home Insulation Co.1 I
;" *, I is here visiting relatives. day party at her home, 542 N. Best "Khaki" is the Hindu word for i I 953 ORAXGE AYE, WINTER PARK FLA.
i Ts l aioct wearing convenience! Hayden A>e. Jimmie dust-which explains how the SUNDAYI COCOA LEESBURG WESTER PARK ORLANDO
f YOTZ ke 4e& hted with Festers The birthday table, set in the well-known military shade got its 14 I 458 533 70S
t" IIea:: e'. .*w Model 65. Check I Supper Set yard of the Davis home, was gaily Plans name.
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G 11r..a..d i.is.w tleslp were drawn from a fish pool [fSrc:o) to The 'mdoy Sentinel-Star! ]
..... MOly u. _ca.te For Teachers and singing games were enjoyed DELAND Thanksgiving Day
o..r 4 4 brba IS.. during the afternoon. After watch-
t TII7........... ing the honoree open her gifts refreshments has been set as date for the mar-
At Live riage of Miss Jimmie Adeline Best,
Oak
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s.'e. of pink ice cream and daughter of Mrs. E. P. Chambersof JtpufsaJP47thriJJ

o. RSS-; : TMZSE rmusrvt: KATUIESv [Soeoal to The Sunday Sentinel-Ster] : cake with five with candles pink frosting were served topped by Ft. Gaines Ga. to Henry Clayton
t : re.nr """.pisr-Fc.dic.lh NEW SMYRNA BEACH-New Poppell of DeLand. Ceremonywill r.
.......... .. Mrs. Davis.
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l --- of the three local be performed in Ft. Gaines.
schools
II Invited itanan and Hen-
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teachers were
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l.r. tw.di.-f.r
Miss Best native of Ft. Gaines,
f .....wi entertained at a covered ry Dolrre. Lewis and Margaret
was graduated from Ft. Gaines
t dish supper Oct. 7. probably at
Long Jane Stoudenmire. Edwina uit r
a AmasiMEane.T-c.stcbu-----........... the Live Oak High School by the WhitneU. Rose, NanneU and Le- High School in and attended. Shorter yourhood
three Parent-Teacher Assns. it College Rome Ga and is nowa
J JLni far arrfy Sa it nore Davis cousins of the honoree
beariaj-try was announced following meet- student at Stetson University.Mr. .
I &or tic a from Miami. Bonnie S:;.e Pastry
mat 4i cTc yoonclf.r .
: Poppell attended and was
R Ing of the Faulkner P.-T.A. with
also of Miami
rtaraQtflo.c' abcotatdT free
1 graduated from DeLand High He
the president, Mrs. Marvin Tyner, Judy White. Becky Lou McDonald
AUDIPHONE CO. Friday. Joy Battle and Mary Ethel- served in the Marine Corps for
I The five years with service in the
: Live Oak High School Fancher of
Orange; City. ,
t jU Ft*.. K. Bldg. Ph. 2-35U; P.-TA. will have charge of decorations Southwest Pacific. He is manager 4
: of Popeye's Ltd., a local furniture
S ; the Live Oak Elementary I
LdJ.t HNn AJd5 P.-T.A.. program and the Faulk- E. B. Allings ; &tore. ,.
EASY .6S9'"J
ner P.-T.A.. food. --------
twit M III rdcpkm Wagons. Assisting the organizations fromi

_i the Faulkner P.-TA. will be the Make Visit Family HasReunion


Olsen O. fab-child 1\ At Daytona

t Milton E. Bray
I ., ''*+S -I i r. r, .ih5 I
fro yMin.T Stnrl)
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R. Rylaod Cox ( (ir-v> to / Vn- $v>r1) e
E. Frank Gardner i ORANGE CITY-Mr. and Mrs. NEW SMYRNA BEACH -The .t:
; LcRov Hoeotist E. B. Ailing and guest, Mr. Wil ton and daughters of Mr. and
fred Warin ton of Winnipeg, Mrs, H. N Robertson and their
f i t ti Canada are at Daytona Beach families enjoyed a picnic and out-
Fred Pompeau has returned to ing at Lemon Bluff last week. It
Hanover Conn, after visiting his win' the first family reunion for
sister. Mrs The Robertson family in eight
Robert Thursby, at
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Blue Springs. years. Enjoying the outing with I
Hollis Oupton has gone to st. the elder Robertsons were Mr. and s -
Petersburg where he hw accepted: Mrs. Don Sweeny of Phoenix, I
a position. Ariz: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robertson -
Mrs. Charles Miller has returned Mr and Mrs. W. L. Robertson. -
r7oure6/ from Washington D. C Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Robertson I'''
Mr, and Mrs. Harold F. Culp Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ashton. Mrs.
Fort!;). fourth time in two si and children Mary Ellen and ShIrley Vashtl Young Dan Robertson. Mr. I
Anne were overnight guests of and Mrs. Leroy Robertson of Jacksonville -
i yeorstour Installment Loan -..,. his mother, Mrs. Mary E. CUlp I and five grandchildren. I II .:
Deportment on the .4th floor 2'1 V here. I .t4

Has; jf enlarged its quarters. w George IIIHshlmer has returned I -, See what this brand-new .-',"
'!'" from Miami where he visited! his i Party Fetes tt *& .. "
mother. I Fireball engine can do for Buicks All of which
I I means we can give
THE FIRST'NATIONAL, -' you prompt
BANK AT ORLANDO Mrs. J. C. Howell of Orlando ,

Captral,and Surplus On* Million DollarsIIIICft.riDEtAL visited" here Friday.Mr. Miss Bryant built In the past ten yearsYou delivery on 1947 power plants brand-new, .
and Mrs. O. B. HaInes
were
DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORFOHATIOM In New Smyrna Friday. SCl"tiol( ; to The Sunday Sentinel.Stcrl) straight-from-the-factory Buick engines, .
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Miss
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ENTRY F ;.E PAID Peggy Bryant was surprised Saturday see here a hood-filling stnsight eight ready to_ repower any Buick built in the past
GOSHEN Ind. (IUPJ Police admitted night with a spaghetti supper .
they had something new I given by a group of friends plant exactly like those which ten years.
break-ins. Thieves who entered i at her home 211 Downing St. The I
the Country Farm Bureau Cooperative -I I I occasion was her 15th birthday. put an eager rush of Fireball energy at the If you own a Buick built b eta ern 1937 and
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mill left empty-handed. After supper the group went to command of folks who own 1947 Buicks.
They left behind the two new I|I Daytona Beach for skating and 1942, the whole thing boils down to this:
screw drivers they used to get in. dancing. I -

But you don't have to be the owner of a 1947, We lift out the old engine put in a new one A<

Buick to boss this husky package of concentrated
and send
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SEPTEMBER 21. 1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR ORLANDO. FLORIDA PAGE 11 I Reach $$17,950Spe ...... .-. :-:- ...-.1'.-"


M [ c'' to The Sjnday: Sent ne',Star] :- I' .
1- $312,178 Construction Okayed I .,. Winter Realty I DAYTONA BEACH A $5.500 -
city permit has been granted to : '

[rr'a': to The Sundry Ser'jrel-Starl: amounted to $121,848. A total March: three houses, $16,000: 10 1't ; Burgoyne Properties Inc..for con- "1 (
struction of a washetena on Bay ; :
LEESBURG Permits to do of 63 permits to make $51,080 commercial. $28,098; 10 altera- Demand Booms St. between Palmetto and Beach
$312,178 worth of building here I worth of repairs were issued. tions. $20,100. April: three houses. Sts. Other permits brought total
have been issued since Jan 1, City Permits by months were as follows $14,500, four commercial. $5,750: >> issued this week to $17,950.A .
:Mgr. Keener Mizell announced I -January 10 alterations, $7,250. May: four .. .< [Special to TIle Sunday Se11*'ne'-Star] I, permit also has been KEEP
: eight houses. $33- houses. $21,500; three commercial
yesterday I I 000: two commercial $600 alterations :'<' KISSIMMEE Real estate I granted to Roy B. and Jane S .
: six $14.200: seven alterations. 5000. USE
Permit to build 35 houses totaled $3.280. February: seven June: three houses, $10.400: four agents here report a growing demand Winn who will build a $5,000 HIT I E H 0 '
$139,250 and permits to I houses. $27,150: four commercial, commercial, $29000; 11 alterations .. for Winter rentals and ; residence at 500 Eastwood Lane : W ;
build 31 commercial: structures I $16,000 with five rooms and a bath and
: : two alterations. $1,300. 3800. July two houses t I without exception they indicate : WHITE :
4ii' an attuhedarage.
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$6,500; four commercial. $28,200; .
that now Is the time for builders I: Yes, your home will say whit :
: alterations. $4,450. August: five I Other permits granted Henry
111 I to invest in utility apartments longer when painted with On Pone
, houses. $10,200, six alterations .. S. Wilder, 724 Mulberry, general
I : House Paint Through M tmattglelfdeaoioc :
$5.900. single duplex or multiple unit alterations $1,200 Sam Phillips. .
action,the 61m
(Mint
type. 11 Knight Court, reroof house and
J V Walter Nelson, of the Nelson: remodel rear, $500;, R. R Hartley, : tog actllalJl.hcii.your home f tut puking aod dirt de.-..keep-and :-
I I Westmoreland $250
533 roof
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College Park .at white Stop ino4 let a give .
I II. t x Brothers real estate firm, has a James Danos to have J. R. Blais the complete story on tau e&row
H i II I backlog of unfilled demands for remodel building at 705 Main St. 'II be :
I empty and furnished homes within in accordance with plans by E. F. proud of your hose whej especially r.
the city limits and he could DeLaHaye 5500. yon have it painted with Do Pont
i 1- Area ExpandsRecent use listings of similar dwellings : SeU-Qeaning House Paint"-It
s \outside the city boundaries as well, Palmora Park Home Built stays white I
; he says. i '''r : The Si,"Kiev Sert nel Star] '
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sales of business lots and SS6
: H : "Our crying need is for apart- t LEESBURG Construction Is
reported plans for construction of ments desired for occupancy: : by underway on a $16,700 house In Gal.HOUSE 1.
rN retail stores and a new theater on .f out-of-State people betweenOct. Palmora Park for Paul Champion.
f Edgewater Dr, are factors point- 1 and Dec. 1," Nelson said. The Jobbins Engineering Co. is in PAINT :

ing toward the expansion of the from"From the letters we receive charge ..............
the
prospective visitors demand -
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College Park-Dubsdread shopping ( for housing is going to be in Tanners use cod liver oil in im- :
I, area according to Carrigan and excess of available space this Winter : parting life and vitality to leather .N. .
f i i Boland. Inc.. specialist in Edge-:, 1' ," C. E. Roberts real estate I II' soles. /ld w/ute :.
agent, said Friday. He pointed out, '
water Dr. properties. )'OII'ruc it-five the
s I'also that the present rate of con- CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND t'
I, Most recent new business estab- PAUL B. WHITNEY'AND WILLIAM T. GUY, both formerly of struction suited to needs of prospective I new tl shatters,.doora.. bcucy wadtrim :
protection
"COME ON BOSS lishment on Edgewater Dr. is the Grand Rapids, have purchased a store building and additional tenants is lagging i I, OIL BURNING FURNACES with Da Foot Trwj sad Trellis.It .
I, Whitney and Guy Distributing (I Lottie and Lola Lawler, I .... .
.i' land on Edgewater Dr, to lead in expansion of the College opera- : dries fan resists fa Co. Inc., State agency for tropical I tors of The Lawler Twins Agency, '
aluminum folding awnings Park area (report that they have requests for MAX T., RICHARDS $216 :
GIVE ME A BREAK! StNCB 1S2SSH ([u@NTTRIM
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manufactured by Expert II more apartments and furnished; '! N ORANGE PHONE; MM _..__ QL
tries, Inc.. of Grand Rapids, Mich. FLORIDA REALTORGRAM homes than. they can satisf). _. :
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Paul B Whitney and WilliamT. i & TRELLISdon't :
"I'm about those Fenestra I i .
talking .
Guy. both formerly of Grand ............. .....
: Steel windows. They're attractive and per- I Rapids building have and additional purchased land a store at State Realtors To Press "FINE HOMES" : :.
: manent-need no Save work
upkeep.
you 2625 Edsewater Dr. from Car-
too. Pittman's Builder's Supply Co. has 'em ri-ran and Iloland JOE G. MYERS-REALTOR /Hrl44'1- y :
"0 lanclo Is the ideal distributing Drive for National Meet :
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at the right price for you too. Call 2-3108 forget your 1
ter'er for Florida and Edge- 29 V/est porch.It'.one of the I .
and ask obout'em. indicationfor I Washington St. .
today vater Dr. shows every first thing visitor*see Use tough
quick growth and investment i By VIOLET DUNHAM : long-lasun j Da Pont Porch Paint.PORCH :
(Just around the from Ave.
corner Orange )
"We I ._ .
said. t
advantage Whitney I I r"t'aJtj'.e'L r!, F rido A' also like Orlando as an attractive Realty Journal, official publication of Florida S15L
to live" I FLORIDA "FINE HOMES"-AT ALL PRICESSEE aZpuT!
i place jj I of Realtors, begins its 22d year of uninterrupted .
PTTMAN
I activity with the October issue. Celebration of its OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF PHOTOGRAPHS
Laundry Building PlannedT PAINT :i
C4. I .. years of service to Florida real estate and Florida Realtors TEL. 8881I
ZJnlk( : I LEESBURG-W..:' "e Srd<-Decker'/ Sentinel Jr..Starl will) '!I vim consist of a special .November<< issue, to. be called All I .- .....................s4a .

construct a $5.000 self-service Florida invitation Issue. It will bei I tJd fIN" :
laundry at Meadow and Palmetto 'devoted to describing Florida in spite of tremendous Increase in ttcceU d
IE jttfaffttp/ :
Sts., here. I I an its phases and will be taken to rate of marriages and births. : .
-- J I the San Francisco Contention beginning However ue haven't yet caught ,
'' JOS. BUMBY
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Nov. 10. as an invitation up with the demand made possibleby I BLENIJS WILLIAMS
to the 5,000 expected delegates to I 60 million jobs. Our opportunities 11,1 HDW. GO. :

hold a national meeting in Floridaat I will come in catching up-in I, ritesAUTOMOBILE 10! W. Church-Ph. (101 .
LUMBER Miami Beach. Prospects seem i getting rid of scarcity-in building i i INSURANCE ,
good for acceptance. I selling and renting houses to I for eligible' drivers. 1
the public that now demands more U, I Resources of Insurance Company, "'.000..000.00 !
AL WERLY has been housing and better housing than
PRES. ly honored by appoint ever before.... II DIAL 2-3089 37 E. Pine St. 11\ Ii IiI
MILLWORK ment by National Pres. MorganFitch Since 1923 ,
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on the 1947 Resolutions A fish in the water can move I ,11"" Ii llilll
Committee representingthe forward or backward straight upI ,
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s whole Southeast region of the or straight down .
National Assn. lie will serve at -- -- --
Roll Roofing Shingles Doors Windows Hardware I the San Francisco convention ,
NOT. 10-14 out of which some w
NOW Famous
PAINT SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
Plaster Lime Plywood Paint Brick resolutions to the of future greatest of real importance estate

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Drain Tile Oak come
Moulding Flooring.
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DRY FRAMING and BOARDS MORGAN realtors'\ greatest FITCH Assn.opportunity president, says the of is SWP House Paint is better than ever !

ending scarcity of houses. "Whenall
Let Us Estimate Your Needs is said and done." Pres. Fitch

says actually"our a measure housing of shortage today's high is RICH IN PURE LINSEED OIL

PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES, INC.Phont standards the houses history were of of living-the not any used people.highest up Our nor in

destroyed during the war. We !'
2-1229
Michigan Ave. at ACL BY.
ended the war with more dwellings !i
per 1,000 population than we had
at the time of Pearl Harbor-in I In painting your home, it costs less to use .


.- the best. that's why SWP Is the most i

>- '. widely-used house paint in the world! : jl''


STERLING DOUBLE.HUNG AlUminum WINDOWS O' SWP IS 6 WAYS BETTER!

I 1. Honest-film-Thickness! SWP 4. Whiter! Brighter! whiter whites

))1 \ WITH MATCHING SCREEN AND STORM SASH shows no deep brush marks..no weak ;..brighter more beautiful colon I That
wa pots in the film. Your house gets ao "freshly painted"look lasts for"yeast I I
? oek "Honest"full coat of paint all over I .
5. Cleans Itself! Every lime there's :" .....
2. !
Quicker-Drying No sagging
t heavy rain: SWP cleanse Itself of accumulated
Tl Keep building costs down wrinkling. SWP dries through and dirt. ; :
r t through before heavy dust can collect .

$ 5 59 3. Smoother Surface!Din can't get 6. Saves More Money! SWP sttyt .
SMOOTH Eliminate maintenance costs a toehold oa SWPi tougher smoother beautiful.;i does not requireccpaiattaf
glossier surface 1 for years I
EASY
5 OPERATION


Sterling ALUMINUM Windows COST LESS THAN OTHER WINDOWS,

I when all Installation charges are considered, because with Sterling w

Windows you have no time cost for assembling, fitting, attaching

hardware, and painting. Sterling Windows come packaged SHERWIN-WILUAA'S .

1r r ready assembled, ready for quick, easy installation. Nothing but PORCH & FLOOR ENAMEL a

be done before after installation. !
glazing remains to or r shotrtefweleome"1
.; iSO make porch
cheerful colors your
Bright, craft! Porch do floor Enamel 165 l
'J resist heary
MAXIMUM LIGHT I Hue floori that .

EASY TO INSTALL looks doaa stays dean fights decaJl'

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about the cost and bother of painting and repainting. They never LIN-X- ,CLEAR GLOSS ENAMELOID AND RESIN WALL FINISH

H have to be painted : never have to be refitted! and last for the Dresses up-protects Colodu1hilb-ltou Roll h-or brush it-

e ADD BEAUTY, lifetime of the building! Yes. when specifSTERLING f linoleum,woodwork for woodwork,furniture, tight over shabby watt.
you you ture.CeatIUlttOu.I; e toot things! Easily eYeD wallpapex..Dne*la
ELIMINATE DUST eliminate maintenance costs! finish. resists scuffs washed. Dries quickly.. 1 hour.Leave ao"pain
stains scratches! One coat covers.Qt. ,"odor. Lovely colors 049 I


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!'unbai frfnttnrl-g-tar- I r Special Notices 'I,15. Schools and Instruction 19. Services Offered i,19. Services Offered I 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered S3. Articles for Sale ,23. Ace for Sale


ORLANDO. FLORIDA I BOAT TRIPS from Mt. Dora to Silver HIGH SCHOOL Complete :your AUTO GLASS Installed while you FLOOR SANDDJO-FINISHINO PAOnTNO-House painting Is an art.I WATCB-.AND JEWELRY REPAIR de A TYPEWRITER DESKS.815. But BRiE? CASES-Genuine Business leather. .
Sprint throuib the beautiful high school education at home in wait. Bob's Auto 01.5 Shop. 122 pert mechanics work guaranteed. [ conserve :your money improooyour partment. Pickup and delivery: $6 gas stove. and tank I ol. Florida K..
heater Ave
t FACE: 12 SEPTEMBER 21.;'47Classified OUawaha River. Wise Boat Work*. spare time with American School. CLOCKS REPAIRED Any: established 1925. Orlando Floor Surfacing -I home. paint safe wit StanleyP. ..nle. Reasonable price. Another set. $25: gas water wheelchair, N. H.
Phone 3223. MU, Dora. FT 'I ARM N. Ave dial Curtis. Call 2-3930 service at McElroy's Pharmacy.: 125 S2O. electric refrigerator;
Text *furnished.- Free booklet.No classes.Write American Diplomas of clock or electric equipment.We 7836. Co. 180S Orange ;*{ .ti.t, 8. Orange Phone 2-3186. crib and chest; glider, washing; machine BOAT-K.foot marine piyvood. 41Hillcrest
FISHINO PARTNER WANTED fix eenthc. Barker Repa PLUMBING King Axmlnster : lampa .n i
\ f Would like to contact active mlddleated Tampa School. Dept. P.O. Box 690. Sop 48 CntraL Pb. FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING 1 for prom RAB repaR. WHY PAINTT A steam cleaning Job other furniture. 1051 r.. Orlando 'Yl grocery delivery

fuhint and huntini en- AWNINGS-Let as help ,O with Prompt service. Modern equipment Phone 5Sg. Ree._.. 1729 ., on your house win restore It fore AMMUNITION=Shot sun al for J17 S. .
thuiiast to accompany me on occasional PIANO STUDIO RE-OPENING at 737N. your awning problems. For freeestimates ; portable power unit. Et.lU' beauty. Restaurant owe. u gauges Also of TUB-O od, 5 foci,-white
tubing trip*. Have complete Summerlin. Grace Morris Folbamus call Mr. McGee at 9828. e 1935. Skilled workman: PWE LAWN MOWER repal '. your kitchen the a Bumby: Hardware. 102 W.Churc BAT.cm.l with futures. 717
fisrdnc outfit. W. E. Dale. will take limited number of Florida Awning Co. 432 8. Bughey. bllde lcure4 Stevens Floor Sur- | Ih.rDec. Hanson Dlr tourist season Itar. Free Mu.ta c.rldar Antoinette Ave Winter ..
Rt. 4. Orlando. student. Call 9738 f.cn. 6582. i Ct Orac. 1111. 1. W. Smith. rD .
I II A CHALMERS SERVICE and CONDITIONING UNITS-2 portable BILLFOLDS Leather Values up u
Sentlnel-SUr GET TOUR LIVE: shrimp at B nn'l SPEECH STUDIO Public speaklnc P.r tractors and power ant GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS in- RIO SEVCL Ownsby. You LARGE PALMS shrubs heavy ob. Carrier .n Kelvlnator. SuItable 87.50, now 81. Final clearance.Herman's .
Pier. eat end of Eau Gallic and dramatic instruction available Home Machinery .. stalled. Also sheet metal work of w1. 111. our cab jects moved with derrick for ne Priced reasonable. Loan Office. 27 W.
Want-Ad Rates Bridie. Boat motors and tackle. now. Ph. 24374. W. Robinson; phone 2-2713. any: kind y..nW.t chimney ho I Iet { e.r system: 137 a Orlando Nurseries Call 7847. Phone 5633. jATS-12 Q J .
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Dan, asa MY JIM I W. keep live mullet for ocean flshinc. BUY IT THROUGH A BUYER-Contact Phone 409 da : RFoeCl new baa LEAKS.LEAKS. LEAKS-Anybody ALUMINUM GARAGE utility Johnson f 110 -. rowboat
uaimaai chargeSoaday ia. Clean modern cabins over- : SCHOOL of Real Estate Practice. me before :you buy. I can save 2-7. night. Dunnagan MetalCo. oarfol." Single ply can fix them. But. everybody cant building: o frame with S mr. 14 ft-
Prepare for Brokers and zalcsmen.new Fairbanks. Winter Park. I 1x20. Au1 H. .hn112.
JOe per BaaMialmtm PHht. week or month. Lou H.nr7.1 i you-money. Guns-almost any make outlasts any: proucL especially find them. We find them. Ph. 518. and siding. custom built with
I students enter each week Onrh..e Sp
may : any caliber or any cauce. new or WASHED by Steam-Lux I adapted to flat slopingroofs. .
: : HOUSE HUGHEY'S MODERN HOME repairs price in one and new 5 8200 AH sjseC
chart SlOe HARMONY CONVALESCENT home.Good write phone or come to school: to looks different. Steam M1 HI mr A
slightly used. Automatic pistols revolvers Call For Information can Additions Nothing down new
I Ceaecuti Den 18. Uno day Licensed mister: secretary: at school at all I 8:10 rflllc. ALUMINUM SCREEN 1J I f. o!,
care. i shot uns. also House Washing Co, 2-3625. and let Smith & Sons Co. 36 months to Phone WIREub in
'O.c; pay.
I CoaeecvUvo Day lie Us daye&MM I I27S7 hours Paul Crank. 139 nfes .m.nlUon. Rln. dui IS 32 Inch with bait .el &
at nurse in Reasonable rates. East Pine Portable us tell :you why. Estimates free 88 50 per 82 65 per 5026 for estimate. All mesh. Sc .
I A_... Word 1 UnaNMianal > Fairbanks A,.. Phone 925. Winter i St. Orlando Ph. 6565. board motors b.b,tpe..rlwr. andmany rolL Raymond Ouae. roofn.. Wln'erGarden teed Inch. Southeast Steel S C. 100 phone ".la
i c.rl..ea HOUSES Screens andwindows. and Old
tOut.. fttat*> MateaBiswl Park.UASSAOK. TUTORING-Coachinc primary and other numerous t. .WASHE Rd. W. Amelia: tel. Ave. Apk. Blw. W
.rc. like paint Jobs.Pteo Park
laaeruona 30e tin I Lk BLINDS ter "6-R.
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per : Slenderlzinc also for crade children. Former teacher a. write me before i ic.n VNE Or fatr APARTMENT-COTTAGE .
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nUon work guaranteed ,.. eulpmen :
1 Consecutive J4e lin can any : Girls. good _
Den a day Neuritis and Arthritis; Gilbert's. Group or individual rates. Reason ,. I spcl.lze in getting mershovinc .t.te.. I RADIO REPAIRING tr.led Complete kitchen with BICYCLE .
)01 Autr blinds or repaint to look like rfrlu.tor.nnn.
t COBMCUUV Day tOe Una a day Dprnd.bl.and 825. Please telephone
price
able. Ph. 2-4374 after 1 wholesale ink and
1204 Ladle bnly pjn.
W. Yale; 2-2918. : ehandte prlc. economical repairs : I Orlando Venetian Blind Mfs cabiet. Watr I
HOME BUILDING-Long experienceIn f.dor new. p.rk.
tUiBUnWB 3 llaa) to 50%.
you a up Can Heating gas 6. _
NOTICE longer responsible sul. trained "Scotty" 1739 Kohl Ave 80S9 hnter ..tm
am no i tehnlcl.na. Co. ;
I 1 building having at present an '
A dv..th. .a *s rMweateel t* swtifyHa 16. Travel Information Write or call Orlando36R21 Electric Inc. 428
for debts other than my: own. organized crew of building at BrtU "Oner.l stone NEW LIFE for Cleaned .n oI Mo.r Apphae..
i rug .
immssliatehf *f any eerew totK or Taft Box 114. John Ru/wr. cr.fu 356 Phone 8942. your ; 2-808L
8i I *ned. John P. RoiLSPENCER men would be Interested in : Or.n.Ay. with live steam shampoo Floor- BAIETelJD.
4r a.a a* iNI MntiMt-Slar will
Individuallydestined. i iiiSteamship and bus tkbtaYour BUIWfNORE .nd-R..modrl a home building project In Florida.If I AUTO RIoPh.13$. 1 (t. 6 In
.. RtRR.bis f. ..lp ha- SUPPORTS- : master Rue Cllllei. 323 E. King .
I .__ 1202 K. Washington. Pb I I travel questions answered authoritatively. interested write. Bert Wllhelm. I REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial Ave. Phone x 6 1 c.t Hush dor. 821 BRMEQ: and Thermometers.
2-3508. Mrs. Warren.W. Orlando Travel Serv- 21 E CentraU Ph 756O and 2- R R S. Box 625. Indianapolis. Indiana. and household repairs. 56. Arlington Buu. Equipment
I AH Want-Ads Hart la Tb Orlando ': ice. 118 E. Central: 9504.AIRRESERVATIOSS I Good work charges reasonable. Ferausoo "AQU500'The perfect water-j i For.. ._ Phone C
P. KELLY Registered Surveyor.S i 30. Good Places to Eat 65
Mvrvia Sentinel and are printedH BULLDOZER Refrigeration .
> a4* Tk OBUacl and Tba3rlaatde Church and Main Arcade. Phone I aPi: tickets ani SERVCI-. Cle.r. HEM STITCHIG-.I work buttonhole Sna. P0.9752. proohnP.lt for concrete blocks : BABY CARRIAGES Fokttns. regular
346. i i lines. Sunnlland Travel Bureau. 30 crubbin and rellnlnc.Reasonable. RUGS m..n .ud.c. Slb I 819 95-special 815 Orland Faral-
.It.rn.t UPHOLTERC i I
> Kvcalaa- Star UM ,
oa urn work and rake. Phone WREN PLANNING a banquet wedding Lumber .. .
E Pine Street. Phone 5301. P.I.to Church and Expert R.llrod. tore: Co. 141 and 615 W Chare St.
aM.n KEEP WELL i the H 2. or dinner
>. Want-Ad Department to pea GET alocaa WELL.for The Health Home.*Every I HAVANA. CUBA-All-expense tours. 24427. J. Murdob. Main Bids._ _ _ I Ou.r.nt. mothproofing service. Ph. party reepton. bld. Long- AMMUNITION-Shot gun o.1 1 BEDS-.-Rollaway. *. sue with innerspring -
CLAY BUILT Also lime rock
ROADd Co. of Orlando
trim 8.JO ... to e PJB. dally.Sunday patient cared for by licensed physlclan. i LanIer Travel Service. 30 E. PineStreet paving with surfsce treatmeaLWork HOME SERVICE General repairs. I K..nlz wood. 13 for suggestions and prices. 1 16. 20 and 410 a.ul. 2 rtf un! mattress. 84950 complete
I ram I t. 11 .... Diet. exercise and special treatment I' Phone 5301. uaranteed Bumby & Stimp- New construction. Windows.screens SEPTIC TANK INSTALLED. -A MEAL OR A SANDWICH at theDowney Loan ridges long.. 27 and .hra.. Orlando Furniture Co. 141 and 61$
and I 20 .
to promote health. Only: on. Sun- caulking service Licensed d..ne yearsIn Of" W. Church St.CRYople
RIDE BUSES
Deadline lot Sunday Paper Batv- j RESERVATION Inc. Phone 7649. Flake 29
I, day vacancy). Phone 5033. niland Travel Bureau. 30 East Pine I sn. and bnded. Dowlwel. Pb 9522 bUlle. Awrm.tt.. Call 6730 or I Central Ave. 6 Cof.Shop E ALUMINUM MOULDINGS trimmingand : line
Street. Phone 5301. CONTRACT BUILDING of new home LAWNS MOWED-Vacant lots cut I daily: except Sundl7.. : P. sink rims. 20% off Soutneass I a IU
You Can Place Your 12. Lost and Found and repairs to homes asd building Power m.chln.r used Call 9844.. SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned; everything Steel Sales Co100 W. Ameli.as W. Church

\ant-Ad by Telephone 17. Hauling and Moving of Fullard any kind.133 E Repairs fln.nt..T. P. LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED-' pumped and hauled. P. .J. Burke t tprrm.nent i 31. Good Things to Eat 21442.AIRPLANE. I OF 5
Dial 4161 BILLFOLD LOST-Red. Initialed ; lawn cutting Hanson-Dis- rlld.nL bndP. I MODELS- mplet stock CST \ 148
_.JMK. Plea,. call 2-4359. i CLEANING AND PRESSING C.' icIer Co. 2309 N. e.. Ave 'i Route 19. 231; 2 m.urf 1 models and Ho-O i breakfast cuch. new. ;
ALLIED VAN LINES. INC.Nationalargeat TURKEYS Finest SOc Ibi ; 8L Whit-
: a I
and carry price will save 'u.mF. H cur
CAT LOST Blame. 126 Lucerne I movers of household coods.Call LEAKS! the rest: try SE TANKS.-IntaUed. State approved ,i Fairvilla Poultry phone Railroad b.t racing car. Model j mire 306 .
Brine cuperlorCleaners. LAKS-Trl F.r. Frnltvre. Cunh.
money.: us your .
Terrace., Liberal r..rd. Ph. 5856. I, Fidelity Storage & Warehouse J14 cotb.. the t.t prompt.. Pb. 600 gal. capacity See our !i 5927. .IPphn. H.I'a. 214 N. 6.j I CHEST OF DRAWERS.
II Baby Sitters-ChUd Care Bon. i tanks oo 17th St. West of Orange i Walnut
1 HEATERS
DOG LOST In storm. Small black Co.. for free estimates on :your Ion.dlSt.nc. 4774. I AUTOMATIC WATER I f large 30-inch regular 829.Si.
CONCRETE We tone.pour Blossom Tr. 2-4519 HagenMueller.601AR < special
terrier with tan less. bob tail. moving. 56-61 W. Jackson f.R..t. floors.drivewayL to 32. Articles for Rent Electric and as 1013301.1.Crcut Orlando Furniture Co..
BABT aXO CHILD C.1U-&fteraoou N.... Is Sing. Bill Anderson. 210 St. Phone 2-3184. and walks/and concret step. price MIRRR, REIVEM.d.. Or. SYSTlSlnt.Ued. I oil h ad I I 141 124. W. Church.

sad evcalaca BUT16S.BvOAJUUNO excellent. car. by exswneaeed Osceola 947 or Post Office. 8101. !1 AERO MA FLOWER TRANSIT CO. estimate call 2-0256. Dnh.m Con lando Glass & Mirror Works: 5249. 1 I.t deU..r... S Bumb Ime4-1 I.I BUI.I.DOZZR-With rake and disc. capacity. From 37,000. to 70.00OBTU 1' CEMENT ane BLla eacbbijitile
Reward_ -Lone distance movinc. Call Joiner crete Co. MACHINE AND REPAIR Ic 188 Hourly or Free estimatePhone 'I IS aad
Attic fans Silent
30 to
: ioPPp cntat .1.
: Van and service for free TRACTOR SERVICE fro 12
Rotate infant and DOG LOST Scotch Collie brown and Storage cutting and New 481 >, 24 ; ; than "
thr.dlna. f
nail children by the eeL 1000 estimates, also local moving stor- CONCRE SERVCE-Fors. rofa. plowed lots leveieG Contract or wr. at.ndar *
white. Please telephone 23659.FOxHOUNDLOSTWalbr and chipping The acetylene .Idln. Cohoon Machinery hourly rates Phone -7283 i palmetto rake can make immediate deliveryand price Picnic tabl.s. 86. Treatedi
A ad.r.a dial 4764. age.packlnc. eratinc BULWDZERD.
male.Conway !I 1400 S Division: ph. 7988 best in engineering workmanshipand Co. 138 W. SouthMATTRESSES _ I 1O' d1 harrow I installation on all of the ;i I silk; 100 yrds in roll I under
BABY AND CHILD Car. By duo section. White black tan: material Fre estimate. For RESTORED to new |I I TRACTOR WORK New ground Ph. 2-6744 Arnold above items 'I roofing .n aq' PUII
week a* hour la my home. ExcelIms very shy. If yon see him please call I II 1 DEEM: DELIVERY Service phone i concrete work kinds call 678 condition. Russ springs padding I Plowed dirt movui*. landwaping.Ph. Villard and Keiser Vogue Theater supplies: tltU. :
|> FLOOR
rue ttovldad. 103 K. Harvard.2m C. D. Blount 22883. 7673. light movinaand hauling: 1 or 9530. Buchanan Concrete and materials superior Open I 9106 or Winter Park. 1304-W. SANDERS New American _block Colomaltown. Phone 5136. 'i i Electric: wiring. l. price Small piece
*. _ _ I j every load insured: reasonable rates I IPULFORDVAN co.e "B" new edger. Reasonable r.w I of cheap
CARPENTER I find the material for Pton. Russ M.Ure.Co. TREE SURGERY-All kinds Palms C. R. Burke. 1605 S. Bumb BEDROOM SUITE-Double wIth 'i .plo. Mea. IPr han
ACTTT HARRIS PLAY SCHOOL i I 14. Beauty Parlors I II I & ST and do small repair jobs. Phone 1122 : 2-221. trimmed or removed Dangerous Beautyrest mattress. 6 t. Rollaway 1 I l I angle .
Aa. J-*. Huura 6 til 1130. SOS Wanted loads or .RAGE-CO'-I 22556. A. C. Ne..om.r.CONCREEWORDrv.u.. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRFD-Our trees our specialty. Pine trees removed : FLOOR. SANDER-Edger and polisher I bed without mattress, child's j> 6010_Cheney Highway. 4 Palais"
D.la., Park Dy 1253.JriUaUC&JUDFOR. I AMMERUAN: Helene Curtis cold New York. Chicago ., step service guaranteed Check with cheap Lou cleared LiaMsed i I 1 .All new. Arnold P.lt Store. roll top desk 9O7 Seville Place. CanbeseenMonday. 'j CONVEYOR.-.Gravity
: by I I wave includinc conditioning shamI Phone 5286 for Licensed George Stuart. 1 8. M.1 Et, Phone bonded. J. P. Newton. 116 Irvin; 407 S Or.n. 2-3786. ._ _ _I I ft. section 16" rollers.U4"'t:
Mur'l I, haircut and curls S10 MainGENERAL. Phone 21147. FLOOR SANDER AND also 300 ft.
day r week. Alia 24-hour |' poo. test unti bonded State 8158. : i I I EE I available. Never
upervlead pla,. veil balanced *. Sept. 30th. 20 E. Pine: 6462. HAULING-Large or small 8714 Suthr Fo. : trimmed. taken -cabinet sander and foor plsh.r. BICYCLES-iboy's. 1 ail'. full ; Depew. P O Box 55 Mt Dora
Co. or PIANO TUNING and Qualityworkmanship TREE D"OE. 1
T7* ft. .....,lyU.&. Winter Fare CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY SALON loads. We sell and deliver rich topsoil 2-26 reasonable rep.lrlnl. down Inur.nc.. j. B. Wyckoff Hdw.. 2524 size; good "onditln.. Unnnle.cuum CIRCTJLATTNO FIREPLACES Heat- .
I colored prices i H.uCD.n.
Plain and
WORK
-a. t"ILiiiilYTOT I I -111 8. Oranc over McCrory' 5 Phone 5665.KNOLLENBERO'S. CONCRETE floor colored flagstone Fully guaran dtC 53OO. Assoclat- 525'A 8. mmerln. Ph. 1 HOSPITAL BE_ Wheel ch.t. Youth bed Wood prdrt codllll.. I eroia and TermoO. For better

DAY and 10. Under new manll mellt.I Local moving: steps .utlu. outdoor fireplaces ed Store for immediate service.PAINTINGPaperhanging. i WORK of I oxygen also 633 Rldgewood. ph.drcul.tl. ,, heat control A Dew house.
WUliasa Consult Krlley for your permanentwave Also drv. I I flrt salea. Orlando Oxygen 12 Ca ; Mills .
Carbeaa. storage crstini. picking stepping stone methods :
Pleas\ NVRSERYWr"1 I or cold before the rush. By experienced l m.nhlp. S.I'UPHOLTY rclina_ Ct. Ph. 2-1287. III 9617. BICYCLE-For sale; br. Schwinn; _
telephone wave agent for. Deleter's Long Distance Bid! ft Evans. Winter Park 489 men. Best of references frt. M.tUI.l of the used only 2 Telephone J'R"e CHINA CABINET With
WOMAN AVAILABLE for sitting with For appointment phone 4014. Moving. 500 Mae} St. Dial 4965. DRY CLEANING W. employ only Call-4626 L E. Price &'8ons. 'I I well Russ TYPEWRITERS makes. also adding 2-734. ; *la Also cedar Ul..o
EDGEWATER BEAUTY SALON 2422 : Co. 1122 W. Church: 22213.UPIIOLSTERINGOlsp by week or month. closet 513
cxaldre* *e shut-laa evenings. 413 LONG DISTANCE MOVING All skilled experienced help: and PIPE CUT and threaded to m.chln. I
your i 'BED .
Maa Bella. ph. 157a.I f Permanent Complete $650 up.Beauty points Parking rrstlng. local mov modern Try us MacfluffCleaners. specification Florida Pipe Supply :'Office Equipment Exchange Smith- DAVEPRT-. CARPENTER TOOLS.- -
cowr. r..rl- $35. Dn.c
mlrhlDer.
I i Cultur. Complete. 2-3193. Inc. Suddath Moving & Storage Co. Rldl corner Co. 630 W. Church. &. 6118 Irbinc. We call coronaAgent.. 220 S. Main St.; 8850 1 wsn. 'I hide travelling bag. used .
11. Special Notices j Evening. Appointment Hilda Monck.0EN28 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. Rosalind Phone .o Arkr.f. Interior Decorators. 2200 TOOL RENTAL Paint sprayers, .kU BED-Youth size: Kant Wet mattress.In 513 VIrginia Drive
2.106.
PLUMBING SERVICE-West
? excellent condition. '
2-O006. 5680.
C.ntra
BEAUTY SHOP Back saws: bench-saws,
to ORLANDO PARCEL DELIVERY DREDGING and water front work. Plumbing & Heating Co. I p..er Cal CHAIR Louis I4th solId mahogany.
.&DYJICW: DAILY-BplrltBal ".dlD L I II Ia. I I' school specials. All waves reduced. I,i Package delivery and messenger houses and docks Do you Brysn. Day 2-2236. '15 VENETIAN BLINDS Made like new. formc equipment. mixer BABY BED-Large: good condition; I Also chaise lounge Both excellent
... .&. ... Oreaver. B-D. 612 W. i Phone "6686; 204_ South Main St. ,i sevice. B.a.... transferred. Phone boa. land fills and a fine bathing NI.h :! Lowest prices Best "I. C.1, mis. Young Tool. Rent.l 100 cheap 2702 Sanitarium Ave. I I condition. Ph. 6480.I .
I =All '7284 will Ph. 9558 919 W. '23.TPEWRIUfRL"iTAL ,I
Crsorat Pfeona8837. .RAY'S BEAUTY PARLOR types sandy beach which drive out ; Ad.m. Wahlnlton. BENCH-Dresser. innerspring mattresses CHAIRS Cogswell also
PLUMBING ; 3
piece
dall.1'I I Preheat and snakes and mo oultos? INSTAlTION-H.rr Orlando Fla. Special 'I
ADVICE Psyehla readings permanent waves. I the Cont.c Plumbing barrel back sofa wardrobe I I white 1400
Meetlars. FhoM 7068. 44 H W. '! cold waves a specialty. Dial 4222 19. Services Offered Correct Craft Inc.. (Pine C.ste 971. Senl. Parl WASHINOSfACHINE5 REPAIRED 1 rat. dinette sets kitchen set. cabi- E Gore A.enlme IUD-nh lt
Chwrestet.!I Rev.. Cherry. 38 East Pine. One_place only.... A Construction Co..) 2-246. All makes. Maytag official service Check with George Stuart. 1 : nets. Ice rerller.tor. oil heaterHeabler :
I --- high
:- : RESTORED-A Russ I Barton next to Colony The.terWinter M.ln St.. phone COT-Wt m.ttres chair
A MAX DA BRADpDRDPyehte readla -I S2 OFF ON ANY permanent this ANTIQUES special(9. ELECTRIC CLANER AVAILABLE-Free esti 858. I : 2007 Foa-
i week. Ray's Utopia Beauty Salon. Modern equipment. Authentic Only Hoover PAINTER Park 93. ftent '' cur.l.
Guaranteed. 15. Bat .
cirri > 30 Tun Ml Welt Co.hat.a Paint Store.. 407 S DTHEWC-YOURE. BATI s tt St. turn r ,
805 E. Washington 9725. finish. reproduction in materialsas For modern upkeep service Bab
ja ve'L'boa. 3-2331. : ph. parts Orange, phone 2-3786 WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED I Iu I We bay old batter I'
nearly as possible. Russ MattressCo. rail the only: authorized Hoover ser- All makes 24 hr. service and pick costs very little. Smyth Lumber I... Buckle Tire and Batery Shop. COSTUME JEWELRY-Fn.l clear
COMVALXaCKNT ROM Close- la. I 15. Schools and Instruction .. 1122 W. Church: 2-2213. sue station. Bumby Hdw, 6104 or PIANO SERVICING-Phone 38M.J. .. Caldwell and 2213 N. Orange and Rloa4 17th and S Orange ance. E.rr fru $ pins,
:JOe East !se"I. Hari B1m. .
Kalay 'ftD
Telephone W. Pine, Ph. 4949. 2-15. Kltson skilled piano Dr.. College 12.1 as .
M4. to tune service piano Office BENCH GRINDERS Electric. Loan 27 W. Church.CIRCULATING .
|AUTO SCHOOL Learn to driv*. APPLIANCES REPAIRED I'.n ELECTRIC RAZOR SERVICE -, or your specialize in 33. Articles for Sale wheel complete with cord. $14 Ofi.
I 787 Antoinette Winter
| Competent Instructor prepare you to.st.r.Irons and lamps Ph. 5186. Schick. Remington and Sunbeam. A. Pak. WP DRIGW. 2". 2H" Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. 5'1 I -1tl
for State Drlnr'a Te.t. Orlando Auto I Johnsn Co. 23 E. Church. New parts and razors In stock. S PAINTING-9x12 room ceiling and and 3". Can Install dep..ell pumpon ALLIS-CHALMERS Power units DOW 2-3183! 3 months.. 15.. Pn. 49. 12
TRIPLE ADVANTAGE FOB School; call 2-48'71. : ACETYLENE and electric welding: Mr. Olson San .Juan Pharmacy.: walla. 812. using flat oil rate PBS plan Call or writ P. PFnnch. available. Imm.dl.t Complete BATHROOM ACCESSORIES E. Kaley
rou The speed low cost BALLROOM DANCING All machine work on pumps saw mill FLOOR SANDING-Finishing. Spe exteriors M. Helfsnd. .28r. Longwood.Fla._ Phone 8. stock d.ll.r.larrn. quality: chrome Towel bars soap CASH REGISTERS Florida Cash
and high efficiency of Sen PrIvate lessons. 29 W. .t'Pf'I'j' and road construction machinery; CIWE Fentra-Seal treatment. 20 PLASTER PATCHING-Expert. Also I WELL DRILLING- equipped Also Farm Tractors General dishes etc. By: "H.BM.ek" -I I Register. Ohner Agents sales service -
Jan Dlckson. .2-0428 for aluminum and bras casting McKinney yrs. exprrl.ne. Modern equipment expert stucco repairs Orlando I to drill shallow and deep Any & Equipment Co. 2319 McRae: 9809 .p Knot holler ., 25 K. Pine. supplies. 230 8 Main 8850
tinel-Star Want-Ads In filling ments. : Machine Work 131 W. Kaley. Work au.r.nte.d. lc..nse4 Prompt Rome ".Inten.nc. Service Telephone size up to 8 inch No water.els pay ARMY SUPPLIES-Khaki pants rd Phone 23163.BATHROOM Ste j I I DI 6Eplee solid oak.

all your needs that require DANCING-Children du..PPGlIIt-1 AWNIas CANOPISRl cur service. C. R. Nothing down. 36 months to pay log breeches field J.ek.t r.l TILE in Rust-Proof ..Ia' 61 Mawr .
contacting the buying selling. pert instruction. Tap. to order FURNITURE REFINISHED. uphol- PAINT ESTIMATES -Color suggesItions Belmany Well Drilling and Pump : coats mattress covers, t.nt Prematile. AU colors Low cost, free dial 5331. .
..Ue.. Morning and Free estimates. Colonial Awning stered. Paula Repair Shop. 2611 E. Reliable painters recom: Supply Route 3. Winter Garden I I tr.Ue awnings Sr.t Central Florida Sales. 2323 I
I or renting public. Phone 4161. classes. Ph. 2-0428. Co. 821 Hillcrest Ave, Phone 2-4612. Washington S Dial 21168. mended. Hatch. 6001. At Glidden Road Orlando. 61*. Ph. 7087. Salvage Sore 46 lultea. Oann. dial 6546.Costners [Continued On Next Pare]





!f 1 \S. W. Lees \ !, : S St. Cloud Girls I: Ens. Williams, ,i Sanford OES I Patterson- .




:I 'CelebrateAnniversary r > Plan College I Aliss% Marshall\ : To Support Entertain Blocker



\\ ( i[ ; ; :'< AttendanceMRS. I Married ;\ Youth Group I At Dinner Troth Told


\\ i If MIIDKED GEOKGCtSpeciol ,. .!.ikA L A. GUESSAZSpeciol {rpe,iol to T Sunday Sentinel-Star] I' [)r-: t The Sunday Sentinei-Star] I [Special to T Sunday Sentinel-Storl [Specie! t T Suidoy Sentir !-StarJDELAND

t I : to The Sundby Sentiref-Storl > [ -) to T Sunday Sentinel-Stor] SAORA recent wedding of SANFORD-Mrs. Virginia Bur- DAYTONA BEACH-About 40 -Mr. and Mrs.

I\ O3TEEN-The 54th wedding an- ,... ST. CLOUD-Several of St. that of M Gr- hey, worthy matron and Leslie I friends of and Mrs. Beard Patterson of Carle

a ifcrrersary of Mr. and Mrs. S. WILe $L Cloud's high school graduates this ',, aldine Barbara ':' J. Sheppard. worthy ptron. presided -I! M. Ton nounce the DLnd their
: ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Marshal at the Ralph Costner were entertained at I
-1! was celebrated in Sanford : year have entered Florida daughter, Martha Alice
;: ; + Stat J, of Oklahoma City, to E. Thursday of the Order of Eastern :, an open house and .buffet dinner I Jefferson Blocker. son t Tom
(&3nday. Attending : University at Tallahassee
their :2 M.
were two
I '
th Peyton M. of Sta .. Group voted to the I
son '
:: Wila. suppr Wednesday at the new home Mrs. William Blocker. this
I daughters and sons-in-law. Mr. They are the Misses Jewel Johnston ,: and Mrs. Vole of San- Celery Crate youth : Winchester Ave. 1 a

I and Mrs. R. C. Carroll and Mr. and p't J a Hettinger, Patsy Davis, ford. Sept. Oklahoma City. Following the regular routine city.The
i* Guests included: Mr. and Mrs.A. wedding will be an event of
I Mrs. Howard Stricklan; also Miss Patsy A Carey, Ept Nicol- I Te ceremony was performed In busies operation of the Celery Sept. 28 at the home of the bride's
Ruth Carroll and Jan Jenkenson Trudie ,, Wes Methodist Church by season, was ;, O. Folsom, Mr. and Mr James
son Patty du. parents 441 W. Church St.
I of Oat n. Steven ad I the Nuell C. Grain, in setting I 1
I a While child welfare Stewart O'Sheal. ,
I ) f I Billo. i projet r A M. I Miss Patterson Is a native of ,
Miss Ruth Crane of Dayton. of white chrysanthemums and of the It :
s j' general grand chapter. and Mr.Lawrence Estes, Mr. and she graduated
Ohio. and friend. Miss Mae Rit- All States Past gladioli. Bihm
Psident's Cub was also considered desirable ocontribute
Mrs. Howard Westberry Mr.: and i High Priori
Unhouse of Paqua. Ohio. returned met at the VFW I ;I ShL
Tuesday Hall i given to marriage by to the j
.. Te brde. Crat. ', i i t coming here last her
Mrs. Oscar Folsom and Mrs.
.
after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John
'S .It. 5- Sally Ashford prsd. Nineteen ore white slipper satin It was meeting M. i I was employed In the

Moore. attended and were,with deep net yoke with lace :' that Miss Joan Williams. ; Pop Dickerson. Mr. and Mrs. ,: prent. sh Bank of Birmirfz-

t Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Veino returned .5 1 Stats t shoulder mine long tapered wrist, sponsored by Seminole Chapter I, Cares Carr. Mr.* and Mrs. Har- ham. Nationl At present she employed

Friday after visiting New 5 : represented. Corsages were pre- sleeves and full skirt with cathedral -i No. 2 to the first Girls State at ,, M. and Mrs 1,: as bookkeeper at the i Na-

England.Mrs. .e.-9-n sented t Mrs. Josephine Claytonand length Her long Talahe will report at the.next Harry Hudson. M. Pat :I tional Bank of Bt.
trai tri i I
MaUna Dunning has returned I Mrs.Julia Tumbelty. honoring vei was on the head meUng, J i I Donder, Mr. and Mrs. :I I Mr. Blocker attended

from Oroveland. : their bihday. and Mrs. Bertha tara of imported Italian lace. I I Mr. and Mrs. Jer Fmkle, Mr. ',I High and is now employed DeL
O. M. Freeland and daughter. and Mt
an anniversary. A a white prayer book Mrs. 'V K Grfi. Mr. and' Dora where they will reside.

Mrs. June Nagle. left Friday for supper followed the meeting with with marker of from Mrs. Coleman Mrs. Ei M. and Mrs.:

Sistersvllle. W. Va. husbands attending. Next meetIng which fell a shower orchd.of the Dav Mr. M.
:
les Gra I
Miand Mrs. Clyde Floyd > I- will b Oct. 9. valley and stephanotis.Miss : Dr. Maiden

I daughters Helen and Martha Jane :Mrs. Frances Sherman home Entertains W. Scott, Mrs. P. M. Gordon Mr. :
Betty Jackson served
and son Clyde Jr. of Casadaga I a and Mrs. Mr.
Roy Allen. and Mrs.
-. from Milwaukee.Mr. .
maid of honor and, Mrs. William
pent Saturday with her brother : Receives
Shiles.Mrs. .
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. { and Mrs. C. C. Collyer havereturned Coyle Jr. as matron of honor. j Pythian Club Fed I I

_ StriekUn. from New Hapsh. Miss Mary Sadler and Miss Jean ,[

Mr. and Mr A. Foster enter- : : :Mrs. Pauline Lwer 1 and caDdIe j| [Special t T Sunday Sentinel-Star] Degree

tamed Miss Jane. Marshall and : t from Dayton. O. lighters were Miss Phyllis Prig- I Jeffle Cole- Wright

a. I IWtlmer Brandt from Clarkesvllle'Oft : Mr. and Mrs. .. T. Watson arrived ., more and Mi Olive Ames. All'I i TSVMs, daughter, Special to T Sunday Sentmet-Stwf J JDELAND

., ., several days. this week from Kentucky and I were in ice blue faille, and Mrs! Eloise Holton. of Jacksonville, Returns Home -Dr. Sarah Howarth

Mrs. K. Osteen had her son and Ohio. J I carried bronze chanthemum. entertained members of the Pyth Maiden of Philadelphia, daughter

family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 0- I MISS LA VERNE DUN KEL :Mr. and Mrs. K. Rk are The ian Sisters Past Chiefs' Club at a I of Mrs. Mary of De-

teen visiting her this weekend. home from Gadsden, Aa by his father. His brothers Charles six-course chop suey dinner at To Enterprise Land, was S Howa women
-. engaged to Kenneth F. Harrison. I of Atlanta and of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tart spent i Mrs. Jack Vinson is Vole Sanor her home Monday. Cut flowers among the 764 candidates who received -

yesterday in DeLand. visiting here.Miss were ushers were used hi decorating the home. I By HELEN SNODGRASS their fellowship degrees in

I Sanford and Calvin Coolidge of i, and following the dinner, the club [Special t T Sunday Sentinel-Star] the American College of Surgeons

Mrs. Buchan Miss Dlllkel'sBetrothal I Atlanta.the A reception was held at held its regular meeting. Plans ENTERPRISE Mrs. L. M. Friday Spt. 12. in New York at

WolfRoonNuptials Broivn Oklahoma Cub. j were made for Past Chiefs night Wright returned Wednesday from the of the College

1 After a wedding trip i North at the lol temple October 28, I North Carolina. Mr. Wright ar- J of anu met.

Heads CircleS Told 1I I Carolina., the couple be hi i i when te anniversary of the order ,I rived Friday from Green Cove !

Held Becomes Bride I Norfolk.. Va..where Ens. Williams will b obeed Officers will b'I Springs to spend the weekend with Dr. Maiden w youngest candidate
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ISpeciol to Sunday Sen' -Tel-Star] is of the group and was also
T stationed. I.
I i name appint i I Wright at their home.
H [ISpecW to The Smfcy Sentml-Stor] DAYTONA BEACH-At a meetIng SANFORD.-Mr. and Mrs R. H. Special t T Sunday Sentthet-Star] ,i ', meeting. : IMr Miss. 'j'1!I I the only woman to qualify in the
COCOA-The marriage of :Miss Kretzger of Geneva the meeting, the club played I Betty Charlesworth left field of surgery. She aI
announce DAYTONA Eliza gener I
I i 1 Ruth A. ROOD formerly of this of the Lela Duffett Circle of engagement of their daughter. BEC-Mi : ,Mr.\ Bovard I several games of hea.membr Tuesday for Tallahassee t enter i iI i I i graduate University of Ten

/ I L( city but now of Paterson. K. J. I the Calvary Baptist Church Thurs- ,j i La Verne to Kenneth F. beth Hope Brown of Beckley W. i!i Present were te Mme. Julia I Florida State University. Betty ;: Medical School served her

I to Edward Wolf also of Paterson i day with Mrs. James Roper Mrs. ,[ Harrison punkel vson Mr. and Mrs. Va.. became the bride of Harold Giles 1 Ramer. H. Thorne.Jettie :i June graduated with from honors DeLand High in ]i i residency in surgery at the Wom

I iru announced here this week. Miss D. B. Pritchard.. and h b'I an's Medical College In Philadelphia -
Buchan was elected presi Charles F. Harrison of Geneva Allen Hall son of Mr. and Mrs. ; Wiley' j Cottel. I a a scholarship.
The double-ring I I Ee T. wade i], and now two offices in
I ceremony was the wedding to be an event of J. B. Hall of Sanford, in a 7:30 Poppell, LyleCrawford h
performed In the W. Paterson deLi I and C. J. i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hasledenand the teach
I
Nov. 23 at Methodist Church Dnam Padelph o
Community Church. the Rer. P. ;| Other officers elected were: Mrs. of Geneva. the [ pjn. ceremony Friday at the First ;\ Married% I Denham w b cub hots Ot. dauhter. Linda, returned to staffs at the Wom

\\ Rounds officiating. Nuptial music j, Trammel Atkinson ': i Baptist Church. The Rev. Lee 20. I Bach Tuesday after vacationing an's College and recently was appointed -

was offered by Miss Patricia i' ,vice-president; ; Miss Dunkel came to Geneva In Nichol performed the ceremony, I I fSpe-iol, to Sunday Sentinel-Star] i A group of local young people i h mother M j assistant chief surgeon at

Campbell of Passaie. N. J. vocalist Mrs. Marin Elks secretary; Mrs. 1943 from Decatur where she wasa asisted by the Rev. Dr. W. P. : T filling thee cars visited the Rev. Ida Hasieden. 1 Roxborough Memorial HospitaL
I
and Mrs. Helen Appledorne. of 1 Joh Mitel. treasury; Mrs. R. graduate of the Decatur High Brooks of Sanford. I, Bovards COCOA-Friends of the O. B. ; and D.Murray of Orlando, Buddy Bu of Gainesville i Dr. Maiden formerly made her

!I.I Little Falls. N. J.. pianist. ; Mrs. S. School. She is an accomplihe Matron of honor was Mrs. W. here have received an formerly of this city Monday I, spending weekend with I' home In Her sister
of the DLnd Ar
1 1J h
The bride's dress was of green A. McDaniel. study book; Mrs. violinist, former C. Stone sister of the bride andbridesmaids nouncement Miller recent mar- I night. They took a covere dish grandmother Mrs. Bessie I Catherine Car. also of

satin street length with which 1 George Dyer program; Mr. E. G. i| Orlando Morning Sentinel, and were Mrs. Howard Wiley. which I and family. Land, in New
i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward suppr enoyed (
she wore black satin accessoriesand 1 Roberts : Mrs. Emily : ha since her arrival been active i : people
West of Atlanta and Miss young
Betty lol Mrs. O.
s1 Jettr. Godfrey Miller, of Q. Sellers, Mrs. H. C. i iFetermana York
1 Havana
I ,
Geneva social and I '
a ccrsage of yellow roses. Mrs. publicity > civic Cba companied by the Rev. and Mrs.R. -
afai.
fower Burroughs. "Crews. 5, I and Sellers visited
a : Ma'Fth' Orr Bovard.
P. O. Howard. sister of the bride. Mrs. gave devotionaL She has been employed t Robr son Wayne Cei
i i Norma Bnett : daughter Beth Bovard and Owe. Mr. and Jennings Volush!
Mar O. B.Bovard. Mr CountyInstruments
served as matron of honor. and ford by the former ration board Crews, was flower M. Mrs. J. Peppr was re-elected i ipresident. In DeLand T

chose a grey satin street length I a I and is \ present a employe of of City Point, E. Gallon, vice Teay. i
dress with which she wore black the post office. I J. B. Hall Jr. of Sanford, brotherof : Te maage. performed Spt. I r Mrs. B. F. Hall II I; Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Low Jr. i Filed i

best 9 the hotel president of visited Mr. and Mrs.E. John Nichols, Eva, T.
satin accessories and Kincaid th brdegroom sred a I of the Wornan's DLd B t Marcott
a corsage of 1 Miss Mr. Harrison is a retired Army brides ', 810 wd.William.
;_ was Wednesday.Roy
pink roses.Beat captain. After graduation from m User Wmim.DaJe the paent. wtne, Missionary Union of the I 3. Co et .ux t H.r B.
Caldwell
man to the bridegroom was I the University of Florida 1940. and First Baptist Church here during'the '! left Friday t return -I Wire et u* '
i : of and W. C. Stone of couple from Havana and this'' to Gainesville where Belle Frank W.
M.tt
McUaD t
Fred O. Howard.A Becomes Bride he spent six years in Army Sanord. meeting at the church Friday. ;: w Rtr $
enter the u
vicinity. Following the University of .
reception at the home 'of thebride's Air Corps and is now deputy collector Bach ceremonya Program was on the American In- Lander et ax to John Erhard
I sister followed the [Speciol to The '! Miss Myra Sue Roush of Beck- recfption was held by the brde's :1 I dian. j Richard Ha of Winter Parkis teykamm et ox 810 ud.Berma. .
ceremony. for Internal Revenue I I et
Su StilStarlS. ux John
The spending I
DpLTe ; with
couple will at A Inaal
/ CLOUD Babaa couple reside in icy W. Va..was soloist and organ- I parent. b Eleven members were present |I and Mrs. M. H.weken M. Pierce et u t I
Dayton '
I"' Upon their return from a wed- Kincaid. daughter of W was Mrs. Atwood Taylor.A 1 turn t friend. upon re- ': and visitors were Mrs. B. F. Burke E. Braddock Ry.H. ox R.810 C..Kre. et u t Clifford R et
Bach In' ,
trip
ding trip the couple will be at Mr. and Mrs. and lit of Osteen. formerly of this city t ad Cei Ser
Mo 1 Kincaid. reception followed at the left for I H. Otto Von Gulf Theatres
Keene Va. Friday t
i where Mr. Bovard a trip e u
home In Mrs. of Lakeland and Mrs. tough the''Inr. $10 Wd.
Paterson.
at 338 E. Coley Jr. of Mr. and Wiet
Jo sn home of Mr. and Mrs. Stone, 431 recently purchased property. During Southern part of the John P. Murphy William P.
j Bangs
Lloyd Next Stt. t
3latSt. John Coley of Miss Harrison Poinsettia Rd. I Ostn met 810 wd
I Mrs. Jack
To Jackson.
the Winter they will Fred
make i iL I
S The bride daughter of Paul Ala..were married this wek I will b at chuch Oct. Bender and David Mr }d.Ua Facet to Edna P. Back 810
their home
at City Point Just I.
wd
W. B. Minis
: Jone won S-
Hoon and the late Mrs. E. Roon. Parish House of the Seventh DayAdventists
Church Miami. north on the river front from i iI j I' first prize best dress class ford visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J Floyd e BX aad
r attended Paterson schools and Is in Orlando. Elder : Plans Weeding i Cocoa. I the Thursday. Bell to Ruth .Spell L 0

now employed by the War AssetsDept. Francis W. Avery was officiatingminister. I The bride-elect attended Miami I The I I contest by County HomeDemonstration Sno Tyler. Pat and Linda Spell el01w .
bride attended the *r
1' of Wrights Aeronautical j jt :Mr. Blossom Kathryn ,i, Club during the c Iwer t rods I L :
ISpeciol) to Tne Sunday 1 sol attende Gibbs School and Tyler were in Sanford Friday. Wd.
Stil-Sta Smith
I
( Corp. She Is well remembered In t Attendants were the bride's sisjter. I I COCOA-Friends 1" Coo schools and Tex A and has resided for some College time in I I IHa 'I past year, and received her award Mrs. Ida Hasleden Is at Daytona Riord a..Ham U t Edna T. j
I from Mrs. Eunice Gay home dernonstratlon -
COcoa. where she resided with her I Miss Nancy Kincaid. and Bossom fay. of Valdosta ., and M. I Beach this week. Ronald Y. Stillmaa et us to
I j
family. / brother. Charles R. Kincaid. A J!: formerly of the :j Ony attendants will Miss vana agent at a meeting of .1 A Yelvlngton and 8 Inc. 810 wd.E
Coo. b bridegroom Is i
II leae a graduate of
The bridegroom son of Mr. and of music the Mims the one'home Bar P. Steele. Robert
program
was given by : approaching Oliver i Jea of Key Yale University and I ud 1 t L C
mae nee served a I in Mims Tuesday TitusviHe early this 'I
lii Summer
Mrs. Henry T. Wold. of Newark. the Crusaders I j I Lynch the O. I the bride-elect, a Ethel Petit to W. C. Odna 810
i Qat B. sn a i lieutenant commander In the Lewis wd.
N. J attended the Newark High The bride !I 1 and I i : Marion of Merrltt Public reception for U. e' J.
bue afternoon thi honor Hugh Parrish. of Coco Navy. pbli: et L IkweU. 1. 8. ..
cp week prize In the cotton dress school teachers tlO
-r School. He Is now employed by dress with I|I The of Miss Pa- I best I was 1.
t the Howard Air Conditioning Co. I ries and her corsage blak acc of pink tricia I a ma I Out-of-tow guests were the I! contest and received her award this week by the ParentTeachersAssn. 810 Ro Beech. t Ernest B Taylor .
wa daughter of Following the ceremony and re- bridegroom's brother .4
A Han and family. at
': : a meeting of Merritt Club will be held Thursday at
H 'roses. A wedding was given I i, Mr. ad of the young couple will : Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Bovard th I ,I
i Clud i iII
.-i : Harn cton ) Thursday. j ji the Woman's Club.
Postponementwas
"Dry dipping" is the odd name at the home prior to the !I I I II Ct flowers soon will wilt and
; bde's : Bom. Kansas City. Mo. wherethe and fou children. Mr. and Mrs.R. I i I Nine Brevard women entered occasioned by this week's I
i
applied to a basic process In making 'cremon. announced, wedding t bridegroom will enter the II and and t the contest which ended Sept. 5. de not given enough water. One Ii IiI
The
1 I' )acDnd M. public Is Invited tote two inches

: ....-leather JOltS strong. and HexF11.- will reside In. Cet after a wed Ct. trip, J the be an'Alta event of Vista Sept. 24 Presbyterian at noon tog Kansas for a City t.yea.School of course.Watchmak' Pit Mrs. J. Pern. a o City j{work l The winners at a open demonstrated house held their, in ]*str. which begins at 8 I.enough blooms.. ..for._ .Ions-stemmed of liquid a o large not


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Article* for Sal I IDU..OID II PLOOR SOr CmCULATDiO SOFA-Large. O. E. electric Ironer. I I Ideler. COLD SMOKE ;j ORLO VISTA- fuml.h'2 rooms APARTMENT bedroom. RUpOnalI COLONIALTOWN-Custom built new :, ORLANDO. FLORIDA
CvGn.a 3 bedroom famished unfurnished -
or
I per > of "Monogram" oil Tr Newly overhauled crystal chan-1 chinch bugs In = : kitchen and b.th 8on.0., O- lIe young couple wants permanent oak floor tile bath. sink. To SEPTEMBER 21. 47 PAGE 13
101u. I In Orlando
I ford at Orand. I reasonably priced residence )
ladle to yard, also broadfclt Telephone 2-1062. |
.caret .te. n- aa. A' '
dena.
r8cd Wap.1 S1S. they la BUlb 102 W. SEWING MACHINE 87 SO, high 1 1chair. tn.'menL 5 Br"- BU74GAWW-Wili a.r. 6 room East Mount Vernon Avenje
haven Dr. I, home. Working preferred. Call County j j 51. Houses for Sale
VUIM 6J44>.epecuj U.' '. .DHme.. FROZEN CUSTARD and frosted malt I 15 and camp cot. Telephone '! 51. 418 E. Jackson St.. EFFICIENCY IIntENT 1st I COLLEGE PARK-Small 3 room aDd I

Jewelry Eaehaaae.6S w Church 'I machines; new and used; na bar- i I OVENS for oil staves. Stock Includes I 9588. FILL and good rich top soiL For funmeasuro I 1 floor central location moderate bath cottage and 10 lets ready for :
l.I
p CLOTHS_*4 t.'ID. sam prices oa .m&b. closeout on. and two-burner types. BumbyHardware. SODA PUNTA C ARSON &I i 2-4053. and quick delivery dial .. Rooms for Rent rent. For settled lady: ph. 4471._ |I building. Immediate possession I I COLONIALTOWN toJ: 4
stock. : I tired couple. Modern
P fU Cr 2-7tl Won 102 W. Church. 25- brand new 1 t .OOO. Howard Jones with M.
i (II >. Sit M. Smith chine. Call 2-0741 AMELIA AVE 310 E.-Close In. Private I!i FURNISHED HOUSE OR apartment.-'I MOM Broker 132 S. Main gle bungalow with 2 large bedroom;
tru.1 Pda, _ Curry. lon. .,FILL DIRT and rich top For orI -
.
.r i I Oraaa* .Railroad.KX OI HAT"Aen". American through S.turd.Y. o I,I trw large and ll delivery.call home near bus. Breakfast OPtlonal I i Married couple. Reference. Call i I II 6977. 3'1 I screened living porch and tile kitchen.

>H b*.I-O""E f--2..; PIIREN w Dexter washing -Wonlr.m" 5567.POULTRY. 1.. : business girl. i iA.'IID Summer Set House. 9191-R. WinJet 1 Large comer lot in quiet location 13 .

.1- 1 "II.. 30" > ,.". 1%. ma.. kern vater beaer.ma. fuel oil heaters. S89 50 pn:02 f I II i iI I _ _ RSOH ST. 801-Comfortable :: Pant COLONIAL GARDENS-Your | citrus trees and lane shade Ire's.
peae's' : a odd and bed. StOl7sCO, 25 E. Pine. Coarse or I of modern pre-war built bungalows Price 112.000 unfurnished or S13.-
a Solid mahosany dining SINKS ground. :. Phone 8927 room In attractive home. Private HOUSE-2 or 3 bedrooms : I|
al : Mllla Hebraska. c rom S B'U'E"d 'urnI I n street to street lots. Beautifully 500.00 furnished. C. N. Weems with
0 I Ic SIM. { OAK FLOORING-AH grades drop I bath and entrance. Beautyrest beds. I I nlshed 1st floor ap.rtm
Wicker ;
.11U. daa. run. Al- I i for price. Farm. : or landscaped In this most desirable -I! Martle Williams. Realtor 21 West
Du. .Pr9Dt-.1 ui 4.-wt- ..na Tanserine. Pa._ .| siding; 4. 5 and 6 in. V-jolnt pine I I Plan' ,ou kitchen around the new I reasonable ,year round rate. kitchen adults. Phone 2-0258 j:. oration. Priced at S10.000 i Washington Street. Phone 8106.
for I
panelling ceilings and corners. I American sink. New new privileges.
S. I.,.I two 10 pal Fr. Per Were Mill: !i Call Mills and Nebraska. beauty new features dela 38. Plants, Flowers and d and single I I': HOUSE OR APT-Furnished. 2 or 3 ,and SI0.500. Terma. Geo. H. Kit-
) ntc CATHCART ST. 342-Double
fond tredge & Son. Realtors. 17 B. Central II
I refined adults. I
nE j bedroom. Responsible
?ifta'r ervi HeaT a .r Tu OUTBOARD "OTR1 ft. 5 h P. on plastic slides silent effort DEIGN Excellent care property. No pets. Ref- |I CLOSE IN-2 story 2 bedroom bore
od. 810. Call 7015. ,
flowers
day weddinssPeggy
B ntiht tremendous and ,
Johnson '
rdf 8-Star.
furnished.
817 a 0 M ( Watch this motr. cnrtln less. Double wan doors sound dead I Jo's o 2319 N. e.l"PS'I. AND ORANGE Only 2 S2-2SOOO cash 11'1.1'lIanlle
column' for full Orange DR. I
detail S25O COLONIAL 115 E.-Sinsle.
: the deal total
I' S8.75O.-
lonipOMBt 390 M. Orange and description Ponlle I. ened and insulated. Drawers of 1 Phone ri'l OR APT. 2 bedrooms or 2', blocks. Bungalow in quiet neigh : price
$04 A'1 of pieces offered. S. Bay St. Ph 218 I f piece steel, rounded corners and for 2-12 a Double. 112. Innersprlng. close- HOUSE borhood. 6 large rooms tastefully i 00; balance like rent. Immediate poa-
and porch.
FIJilneo sleeping
( HIBISCUS Double yellow. ,, bedrooms 31
Pa.i i quick easy cleaning. grill. session For full particulars Me Mari -
,oi sB7..tLit0f. fix Still time to send your furnltnre. I i Walter J. Wilcox Ine. 61 RobInson and others. Glenridge Way and CHURCH ST. 431 East Small bed adults Box 125 5Star.HOUSEFurnIshed I erl.inltO t HOOTS Bsrgsla.garage.S12.-4 I I i tic Williams Realtor 21 West Wsti
I E bearing trees
tures. all upea _. Or.leado bne-a-brae china etc- for i ORNTA RUNETwo 916 A East Winter Park Rd. ,
I inzton Street. 'Phone 8106.
Woodcraft rek's sale. U ; Founded 1936. room next bath. Close downtown. 2 or 3 bedrooms. 000. John Coo lIo. Broker; 511$.
W
111 1500 I Cour.I' MISSIONARY STRAWBERRY plnt Good section. Only 84 per week All modern. Good i.

.... t.ill _ R. Auctioneer. PISTOL-Colts. .38. special; new; 850. now ready. SI per CONCORD AVE. E.-Nice comfortableroom. : : or yearly: call Dl'lahbOrhOOd'j'UOD CLOSE IN. 3 blocks East of Orange
Demint
: ..t I .0 tin Seo 8al. Co. 733 W. Church Ane-; I'I, Phone 7940. South Bumby A.I SHIPPING BXtronl. With R.Fred Winter Ward.Part.I 133. Phelps A... Pb> Good location near shopping 2 BEDROOM UNP'URNISILED-House. CASSELBERRYNew I I! Ave. 2 story 3 bedroom. frame,
las
upright. S14O and
up. !
:-U.. I PSU. hinges hup h..I II center_bus. Private family ph. 6203 i bam. tent garage or chicken ., furnished residence. Excellent repair
PfV> AL I fOWEJl SAWS- Parks including Cable dles. Excellent Right PETUNIA 'Snapdragon plants now 2 car garase and utility room. Completely
I Single I concrete block bungalow on one
CLOSE IN 301 S. Hnxhey. or rental has been
AI I boiue. My present j jI I IIlOld
>
suasxra. Ml saws Loganmetaj Fl&LD >ENCE 39 and lnt .. N ln.Kemble. St-lrl. St"lnI Co. I I .. Ph. 979 Winter Park. After .: ready. Azalea plants rna I II double. Meals if desired. Phone i I and must vacate by Oct. 1. This half acre high shaded property. 2 ,I furnished srsgeapaah
a a
I' D Peas*, telephoneM6 13 bar. t 1. Limited t Tem.. R lno l.al 6:30: call 5S-R Location-Fairbanks small. Out East Colonial to 2-2759. '! climate too unsettled to live in the bedrooms. living room. kitchen Good price and terms. Stripling with
531 N. Oranse.POULTRY I Ii I
para .D .t. and !! Creek then North to Canton M. J. Broker 132 S.
I II I : Moss MaIn
_ : Nebraska.0ARDE.'L3 C. Fen street. Please contact Roy WUlitm equipped casement sash screenedporch. I
.ld I CLOSE 1N3 nice btdrooma. Refined
ibuM -2 -nI aura: {i 1 2-in mesh. |I TACR-.se. one model c. In I II II I, East to Nursery two blocks. Hsr- I business men. 111 McKee Strec'- I I'I' manager Rialto Theater. Priced for sale to a GI who I phone 6977.COLLEGE .

arms*. MIlls- Lawnmoaers. galvanized. Ifh.a rolls. 1 to 6 I Write or phone Wade I II pers Nursery. _ _ wants a lovely home at only S8.30O.OO PARK-New 2 bedroom
l.a carts. Smyth Lumber Co.. ft. S3 95 supply. : CLOSE IN. Slnllle room with connect- 3 BEDROOM HOUSE-Permanent. I I
Sesxa aaJrULL Umlt I Wood & Son. Box 634. Phone 499. I I S WBmy plants, certified. with 10' down. See Millard Cassel- bun..Ig.I1e floors close to bus
_i. n e and iKnox Stores low b.lb. 332 E. South St. excellent references able to
-l.trte. '. inch capacity Ratr4.8WAEHUEompl C. DeLand. Fla. ,., Blakemores. S4 5 I II pay berry-Winter Park 2-2221. and business section. S8500. 82000.dowa. .

.li a* Kaes .tores CQ.. 23 E t. 'or 'PAINT-S5.50 gaL 0.t1e paint for 'I TABLE WARE Royal .treamn''I per thousand. Ready Oct. 1aL i I II I Ii I CLOSE IN-Nicely furnished room.Walking year's rent In advance. H. 3. Rinx- I I I Howard Jones with M. J.
p.a.. 1. R.de; Ul i $4 50. &aal ro' coaUn. s.5 stainless steeL I Ramsey Harrison. Tena. distance from toan. close dahl Lamar Hotel.Two 'Moss, Broker 132 8. Main: piioI;.
'orl. ,
3.Ua K "lrLOALVANI_ Arnold I etc. Ilna. I SHRUBBERY Larse selection to.., to bus line. Ph. 7767. LADY TEACHERS would like I 6977.
) mof&ud: swivel chair. .PI Opl .I. Knxi COPELAND PARK -Drastically cat
MS. Telephone Winter Park. uA RFG POWER LAWN MOWER i & Co 2 Pine. Phone 2-3163. I i I beautify ou7 home. MuatelwnitaNurseries. !'CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge _flice room aot. Box 69. '- &'. I again by owner leaving city, COLONIALTOWN-Comp furn

I Lk fl alu.1 Apply 1863 Cornell Street TRACTOR-10-20 Mccormick Deering. I 11 E. Princeton. |I I American Plan Hotel; riding horses WISH TO LEASE FOR YEAR-2 or 3 sell his very picturesque ished. 2 bedrooms lovely kitchen

V-crtnip.hfilis Nebraska. < Street. I Good mechanical condition. I CLOSING OU -'On all nursery i fishing hunting in season. Winter bedroom home completely howe located on high exclusive 11'1111'screened porches. 2 blocks from stores _ _

J- oasuriete. GOLF CLUBS-with leather bas and ; PIPE Johns-ManviUe transite forunderground tires. Holly Hill Fruit Products stol. Many rare varieties I Park 9174-W. ed. Prefer Winter Park or furrush-I ner lot 3bedroom. 2 bath I' and theater. Attractive terms. Betty -

camore and attscB.atI1 ', shoes. Bkc. leather eh.u I water snalns. Florida lo Davenport. Fla. I plants shrubs shade i I I CONCORD AVE. 612 W.-Twins and Furnish best of references room. very attractive living Trent Evans. Broker 349 N. Orlando -

C 2-444 I Interested.n. 'pnbl. 01 .ltr plt Pip & Supply. W. Church; 6118.i I TRACTOR trees fruit Direction*-O ieoo doubles. corner room tnnerspringmattress. i Occupancy desired dining room. kitchen breeze-way to Ave Winter Park 618.
$ORT-sao 114 Ph. I! 6 -DO Model C.s. Just 0.I within week 10 days. Box 117 solar Central
clM. E. Formoa. 2.801.I highway 426 to Lakeraont Ave. Lake j or 50I two-car garage system.
Concert Ave See betweea. 2 And 4 t'i PIPE for grove and '.r !1.aUn I erhauled. Like new. Good tires: :, Berry Nursery. 525 S. LakemonUWinter I Star. ]I healing. Priced to sell. 210 K. l
I GAS STOVE-O-en oa top. Also I Florida Pipe A Supply with Case Disc Harrow Holly Hill CLOSE IN.-Lovely airy rooms. few _ _ I COLONIALTOWN SECTION New
.m its a CaosierfleidDINETTE 1 I sas hot ..te heater. 918 10.. Cen- Church St. Phone 618.PLSCScDNn. 60 Fruit Inc.. Davenport. Fla Park. ; minutes walk Orange Ave. Inner- TWO OR THREE room unfurnished i i Copeland Drln.COLONIALTOWY"Near. _ I bungalow 2 bedrooms attached

-. '. aztk. La. ".1.__ I Product. tprlngt--.single, double. 631 E. Pine. apartment. One adult. Orlando or Park Lako. tarage. Venetian blinds hot water
j--- 721 L I and or.- TOILETS AVAILABLE S34.50 less I 39. Livestock and Supplies I I ,, WiaterPark.Bow 124. S-Star. I hea'er. Best construction. PrievS9500 .
a r.. OARAGE-Frame. double lat. UJl and seat: Unit style. i I'I'I CLOSE IN.-'-'2 single bedrooms. 1 adJoining i 2-story home. 9 rooms. 2 baths.':
A. 12-1n rou.h-n terms. See Art with
A.I. across E. Colonial Dr. HAVE YOU a Tarnished apartment solar water heater oil furnace Venetian Ridge
Nebraska. I 16 N. Thornton.
frOI VJtrous china garage.
0' _ _ bowl and Sears.
t.nk I ALBINO STALLION. 3yr. old. Perfect I I I Root. U Pride Realtor. 668 N. Or-
of C.lar White EI ph.Dt Sales. Roebuck A Co.. 9813. Telephone 2-3364. '! or small house you can rent to bluds. Completely furnished including
.UI--i In good __ in every .a,. 1310 W. list angel 24596.COLONIALTOWN.
cabMMS I 225 PIANoUprlht. rondton I couple being permanently transferred electric kitchen. 2-c r -
_ _
Churth Pr rrh Informaton nl:-219. 'I TILE YOU bath and kitchen in root St. Ph. 23383.C'Ak'n CLOSE IN-Desirable room. Near I I to Orlando early in November rage. Immediate occupancy. Lareg lot.

.a _bead_, I GARDEN Jr. HAD PLOWS plowing- Pla. IRiURi COOKERS "Mirro- proof; Permatile: free estimatesCentral :;-BI1 St.RV 1C.*-we ala* .1I I II Grills and shopping. Apply todayat i i Win sign lease give excellent referer.ces. Price to selL S1S.5OO. Cash or terms. j I SECTION -Larnbunl.lo.
VUM
Leed> o few p. Pr Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 .ccea. "Universal" pressure I Florida S.le. 2323 N. Or- I haul 116 ask for WU I 39 East Amelia. : Address W. "h Bell. 6464 For details call Georgia von Schiller furnished. 2 screened

.1. cookers. S13 50 and 812.95. Bumby ange. Dial 6546. _ between 8 a... and 8 p.m. CLOSE IN-Twin or double bedrooms. Uncolsiva, East .. In- II III Realtor 7166.COLLEGE perches. Lot 90 ft. S83OO. S300Qcash.
cover book
per .a. !1r : GASERGINE-Pooa. 100 P. typo Hardware. 102 W. Church. :' I Available at Beautiful location. dl."a.
B 750- I II once I Want offer. Roper Realty,
1M TUC Just Call : !
T.8 .'.mut._Caa b. aeca T .u.1. .4 cylinder pr. Westn. PTS fence cprs ft. 2 t:I i TE'52OII1'lo GAT-NublaD WUe .. 'rabeDe.. WelbrD I Summer rates. Ph. :: I I BUSINESS WOMAN. (singlet. wants |I II 7 room home PARK-built Save ia S300-1945.Lovely Beat'i Church and Main 2-3433.
I butt 4 condition. Acme Tire Co. I II I I IN 2O6 Hillcrest Avenue. No S6O
at Lurlaauoa Also one KW. RPM. I ; t.I A. CLO6E I' 1-bedroom apartment. pet i I II frame construction, asbestos shingle DELANEY ST. SECTION-Furnished;
Arrou
14 10 KVA 6 2 Inch butt. S25 Can Church Dial Rooms with meals. Adjoining or limit Ph. 2-3386 Sun.:
Permanent. electric kitchen
i 2.UI. S35OO each balance
-- 22O Tolta. wires. cycle I hune : MORSE AND COLT for sale. Young. I sides. 3 bedrooms and sun room. all
i".. Fl'UIl -. JliD alternatinc:current:cenerator WHO I Park 598. UI TRAILER-All heavy Meet good rldID,. Phone or 9275.MOOCurs i private baths available.FERNREEXAVE.I. J I after 5pm. week days. tile bath and shower excellent location S70 monthly. Lot 70xl4O. Roper

I associated accessories Ph. W88. ILyoDB"a.W\ and I lonl inside. S140. H. Sheer. I 2-11 $ K.On bus !! SMALL UNFURNISHED or partly I Only S4000 down. Completely Realty. Church and Main; 2-3433.
bi Bardwar 102 W ready kill weight
iur.b. to ;
OAS Jewell. 4 burners | math ce.r .Dc. Most Lnc. I .225 Ibs. le. milk goat 6010 toe Private home Attic fan furnished apartment. First floorI furnished including all-electric kitch DUPLEX-New. in excellent location

DIN1MO ICAii&1. RHGE-arl broiler. Excellent j aap. of cd'molc: I UTILITY SPAR VARNISH-S3 50 per Cheney thghway.4PaImo." I breakfast and laundry privileges. I I preferred References._Box 20 S-Star en. Bay from owner and save. Lookit and neighborhood Net income on

feMla co. stand combtnauaa condition. ISO. 223 N. MasnoUa. Also Mii a Nelru. gallon Bumby Hardware, 102 West GUEST COTTAGE One room and WANTED BY 3 ADULTS or S over and move In Immediately. Investment 1TV. Excellent terms.
daM sad w .. : chairs. 2 lulu PAINT BRUSHES-Special for 1 Church Street. HIGHEST PRICES paid for catle batb. Lake Adair section. Telephone room unfurnished apartment ornonne. i iDl 1508 N. Westmoreland. See Moriarty with Joe O. Myers.
ra dt MOT** Lmnitton. GASOLINE I hogs and veaL Dial 116
Realtor. 29 W. Washington St.
LTRSwCo"ma" brushes Phone
week. 10% off on i BLINDS-Alumlv.tm stock I 20135.JEFFERSON Write '
VEI I furnished
one a for 1909 J-2. I' CLOSE IN-Splendid nicely
burer. YS.HS "Fine Homes".
Stre' "p.rt.1
8ET-$9.oo.doubi.b.d. Nebraska.
DmE Co. 25_ n.. Phone 2-3183. W& bhnd. through 36" widths I ST.. 1509 E.-Single or 3 bedroom bungalow. Garage i
BiaitrtM 41> N. Shins & I so. ft. at factory Orlando MARE-S yr. old pl 181181. -New constriction 3 rooms
1 PIANO Used. Chlckering Grnd P. tbtp&a room tnnertprtng mattress hot ment. 2 or 3 bedrooms furnished Landscaped lot fruit. 812.000.00.
GARDEN .
ELECTRIC W ToLRale. hoes shovels I Venetian Blind Mfg. Co 1739 Kuh imiDo.l S75. Bill :' bath each side: comer location
AHUDla O etc.. Co. 25 E. Joseph Bailey 3 A.e Winter Park.icrikThw water near bus. References. SS week I preferred. Permanent family. 3 nice Terms. Cavenaugh. Realtors. 4 Wssh-
cMdltMB Pine. Phone flue; Telephone 2-2. Ave : 8059.VENEAN. I,. children youngest aged 10. Phone ington Arcade. 43OB. Immediate possession. I7SOO-terms
.urn ph.m UOO.ILKCTVIC :.316. I I and Sec BLINDS The best cost : WANTED-Must be I I I 2-2849. I King Real Estate 30 E. Church;
o POCKET
KinvE up. 10 LAKE ST.. 435-A nice place to stay CLOSE IN-Court of five well built
GALVANIZEZD 8435.
ROLL VALLEY r. K. lifer Rt. 2 188. "Open Sunday
REFRIGERATOR ft. Southeast Steel Sales Co. 10O West our 4111. Lumber Co.. a Adams 919 W Church. mlk B Men or couples. All conveniences YOUNG COUPLE desire reasonable houses one is a duplex making a
01 Hoat .oo.. .11 Alb Amelia Ave. Dial 21442. I I Orange Railroad. Orlando. 9558.VICL.blnet.. '' SADDLE HORSES Nice. 15 or 20. I 1 Bus line. Call 2-0893. I apartment. No children or' pets. total of six units. All furnished la DUPLEX Well located: 4 rooms
j *,! Suitable for dude ranch or ridin iocaubn.Worth each: furnished. Near school and
PAINT BRUSHES pure' mahogany and LIVINGSTON AVE., 620 E. Front Permanent residents. Ph. 8388. good condition and excellent
OAS RANGE-"Grand." white pr-1 .Inth academy. R. E. Hamnck Son I bun Priced to sell at S8000. good
ENAMEL WA'HE-8Wral hundred bristle. S3 and up. Hardware I Harvard. Phone room; innersprings. Phone kitchen much more than asking price
Pl*< a *l cookux .ten UaKUCntlC I celain 1D. Standard size 102 West Church St. j 2-3002. Okeechobee. Fla. laundry privileges. 51.lIou_ for Sale I May we show you and give you more terms Ronlstone._Realtor. 2-2532.
s.allbl a B.mbJ Hardware. 102 TO BUI-Livestock. Beef. information price terms, etc. Exclusive DELANEY SCHOOL SECTION S22SO
VACUUM -
a %
t.'1-3 Koz PIANOS for your selection. Seven CLEANER-Electrolux. Can WAN
.u a ., ef. 2-un.&, different styles of fine be seen at 1019 Seville Place phone hOI. Best price Paid. Call ADAIR SECTION-1504 N. West with Geo. F. Brass Realty Co. I II will buy this 2 bedroom famished
C P GAS Cbunb.RNGE burner with new Spinet 8442. 2-838 MAGNOLIA AVE.. 64t-Corn; pn.ate moreland. Modem brick bungalow. 19 E Central Ave. Ph. 2-3155. home. Close to stores bus and school,

...W A f-HLLTZR-30 3OflO0usiar : 2 hot water h Priced right. Terms i d.lr. 30pb bath.ORANGE i 3 bedrooms: large corner lot; 2-csr I II I COLLEGE PARK SECTION-Attractive 16500 balance paid Uke rent 875 per

aM 4 .. water cooler; 6 stooU. Apply 252 S Bal.J. 736 M8nol.209. VACUUM SWEEPER-Excellent con I 4.U. fet MOCK and supplies garase; utility rooms: hobbY shop: I II 2-bedroom concrete block buagalow. month. See this today. Phone A. T.

l.at Bumby wan Grants Ae Orlando. i PAINT-Closing out several colors of dition. Completely overhauled re- ; AVE., 473 Beautifully I coehns system: oil heat: furnished orI i S85OO. Ask for HII17.I I! -Buster" Carter, 9516. Jamerson and
13 W Curra I LeQuc at reduced prices. Also cently. 539 W. Harvard Ave. BOARD YOUR DOG at Ccket Acre I furnished large front livinr-bed- I unfurnished: Open 10 a m. to 5 pm.i I II Carter. Realtors. 12 8. Mam.DUBSDREAD .

ELECTRIC IROK9 control and : AND : "Dutch Boy white >ad, allsizes. VACCUM CLEANEMa -Universal" KenneL Lq.o. Fla home I room: lane private bath. Breakfast lovely! 3-becN I CLOSE IN-You'll not lose on this
.BIT T t MOU w.u Kfbraita.tLXTTRIC I OAS Installed.OIL. SPAC BATE .' Bumby Hard.a.. 102 W. with all Bumby Hard- away from D.latlan Puppies.COCKER : privilege in room. i I ADAIR tram SECTION homo large landi -I paved corner, well built many Overlooking -fairway.Golfers attention:
room on a home. Attractive
Pc .Bat Church. I i I roomed Zoned for lIusl..n.I
RA! 3ES--A Nrl.it-.i; '1 East. D1 I i ware. 102 West Church. SPANIEL PPPISRll PARK LAItEsECTION-LarlO room-i reaped lot. In perfect condition. This I II I S18.000. Get facts from Claybaugh. bungalow-type home. Living room Is12x30.

Wtta b.U. I Iwick.lrI WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock tered pedigreed. private bath. Gentleman preferred.Call I modern home has tile bath and kitchen ReecslfBld 5613. with oak floors. 3 bedrooms a

2M4 Kuhl. I '0 farm or home. Farm & Home I villa-Winter Garden Rd. Pta miles 20916.PARK automatic furnace, laundry tubs !I baths tiled floors. Grounds 150x16

ELECTRIC' IRONS-Avtomatle eon- OAS RANGES-City botUe I'i PUMPS. W. WATER SYSTS ,, Machinery Co.. 430 W. Robinson Ave north of incinerator. I LAKE CIRCLE 701-Lovely. snd many other desirable features.S I OOLLEGEPARX-Attradl atoccobuasalow beautifully landscaped. 12 faU-bear-
tile roof oak floors
tell. Samaoa.BjMaby waist blab broiler. Walter 0 J. IU j I Complete. 3 WARDROBE TRUNK-In excellent DOGS stripped clippeo. I newly redecorated rooms. Innersprings with only 83600 cash log citrus trees. 815.000 with con.venient .
U.n P.. : rox. electrical supplies sine W1: months to pay William Oakley, condition. ..Reasonable. 617 Andcr- and BAE Small Animal bus and lake. Phone 7468. oulred with balance at 4' Ross fireplace. Living room. dining room terms. T. N. Jones with M.
Clulr"l.
Had. 18 kitchen, breakfast service
I 116 N. I I'j loop N. Oranse. 4848.i Anderson Broker; 375 N. Orange; re-I room J. Moss. Broker 132 B. Main: phone
EOO BABKET& TlaiUc ttt batkrta.ai I I II ;I Qalanc G3 I son Stret.WASHO. _,_ ______ M"pla. ST. JAMES HOTEL South and 6823. I porch screened front porch. 2 bedrooms 6977.

rt.d rton ai. Bomb Hard- I HOUSEHOLD 00005-9 puce ma- : MACHINES Standard i i DALMATIAN .t .tl Ch. Junior Rosalind. Summer rates. Single. and.bat. 1 car garage Also
.ar.. IBS W C*.rch.aXKTTIttC I hogan dining room suite bedroom '; I .plnn. type for immediate I i Nigel of Crickets.Acre 86 week up: doubles. Call 9253 AMELIA AVE. 1624 E.-Open well built 3-room house which can

IlOTORS-Plcnty of % vacuum sweeper bath tub PI0 Associated 'or bay- delivery. Appl.nee Co 210 Kennel. P. O. Box 93. Long wood. Fla. I YALE -iil-W.-&ntrle room Sunday. New 5-room home to be I', be used as rental property bringing DUPLEX-
'urnlurr I I I Wo guarantee give I sold" today. Lot 68x128. Fruit and
macMa.s.d 1 electric pump. muceUanaou I a. .PlaDo t N. Oranee Ave Kribbles connecting batb hot i in nice income. Only 85.SOO cash
H P. hrat duty vathmc ; \.1 trade In value your Pone D FOD and dos innersprinss. shade. Close to everything. Best material i Adalr.Ivanhoe Section East side J
PumP awiora MrKintwr Ma'cajnv (. 918 Alhambra Court. present Spinet WHIZZER MOTORS are your low supplies. Orlando water. Near bus. Business woman used. Owner built. Price todayonly I i down and balance in easy monthly I II large bedrooms and sleeping porch.

Wrk- 131 W. K.try.EMKTOR ,' HOUSEHOLD GOODS-Garase doors from P"D no. For .mpl dow delivers tot transportation. Easy terms I Store. Dial 2-3524.irEATHEHSlGC&INO. :I pr ferr.. Phone 6044. 810 500. Broker protected. I payments.details For see 0.0.Inspection F. Brass and RealtyCo. further Living room, dining room and kttea-

an like new: circulating wood heater. 3 j I i Associated Sores 143 N Orange small down payment. Motor KENNELS offer YMCA Attractive for I I
UT-- BowL .ltr. { Wblnel rooms young ADAIR SECTION-The nicest house 19 E. Central Ave. Ph. 2-3155. en. One side completely furnished. 2-
T 2* la. by' birwln. P.o felt cart. lawn 1..c.312 I King i Ave. Phone 5300 Sales 602 N. Orange A. 2-68 at stud tna two top Cockers men. Single or double. SS and up for the price wo have ever bad. ear garage fruit trees: Large grounds.

aarf board. _ i WEAR-EVER UM-omplet'a Daytona show. Be.u..o of I| CaU8006_ ._ I Masonry 2-bedroom one very large. [ COUNTRY HOWE-ConnnlentJ lo Finest of locations. Immediate pos

..r,. .. POlAnd rnideacc.P line Egg p.cher. 2 ane : doulie ., WEBER AVE 90-Larse corner room. Living room with picture window.j II cated. Well built frame residencewith session. Call Mr. Ohio at 2-0642 for _
.U bailers. 2 .1 and Son O'reaiherstocxms. I 1 i iI Inspection. Exclusive Uatlaaa. JAL
PUMPS-All types of Doming water 1.corn p'DI et .1m' 5 windows twin beds Breakfast j Heater room. steel casement windows. with fine fireplace
EVICT1HC mr Automatic I HEATERS-Circulating Fuel Oil- stl for farm and home. No Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church.WATCHMan's tuff of winners. Fee 123.i and laundry 'privileges. Couple-. i tile sills. large porch car port. Quiet .large bedroom.living kitchen room dinette and Ohio Real Estate. 108 8. Court SV
Puppies available, S3i. Mrs. H. ,
0._. i:I p.ym"nl 36 mont to p7. Expert Hamilton. S20: slr-i I City. I i NICE LARGE cool room for S7.00 a : shady street. Price S7850. Sammie ; modern bath. Splendid 2-car garase.
I.. .al $75 50" .a, 1 Evans-Super DtLnxe. Low boy con- .erle. P.r 1a con-ruby ring, 820: baby carriage. Stafor4. Orn. I week. Francisco. Realtor Rm. 4. Central I also a tool house. Nearly 18 acres DELANEY EECTIONNew. masonry

." 221 Main: :. i solo cabinet. Flame thrower with Cry W. Robinson. S3: evening .0wt. 1 to S3; oUI!' HOUNDS red bone and Walker j! and fresh : bPldrlnrrOr: I' Arcade: Ph. 7407. I most of It being excellent citrus "pe.I 3 bedrooms its baths. Hardwood .

'I dbl length U-shaped golden f.me clothing .rtcl 11 Conway mixed; 6 mo. old male S150 lot auea!.. 1401 W. Washington St.ROOMWith AMELIA AVE. West Close in fur- I 2 acres or more in nice bearing floors fireplace, laundry attached
I
-Only Quaker has pair. Phone 2-1702. earase. Nice neighborhood.
WEDDINe GOWN-White I breakfast privileges. nlsned home: rood room rental trees and 3'1k acres cleared and readyto
Ktnmtic RANGIror InuaedlaUTtottrie troU no drat trouble: 'on4 heat PUMPS elut. deep and shallow la. never 3 yard.iiff-SIi PUPll&Plrebred. 2 Working couple preferred. 137 Hibiscus I possibilities near Sunshine Park entertainment I plant with large nursery stock oa Price S10.0OO. Financing can bo ar-
-'p. circulator: dr" Ilo.e .e payments nothing down get Up veil us. orange blossom Chow males > Court. center; owner Ill. will I the premizes. This Is worthy of your ranged. Buy now and have your own

,' automatic beat fulatr. little as 85 per month. Belmany tiara. P. O. Box 655. S30; females 12 English Shepherd.Toy _ {i sacrifice. J consideration. Price S10 500. McNutUHeasley. choice in color schemes etc. CaB
co kta at IU bfit. Fast. 'I Walter J. WU< Inc. E. Robin Well DrWl.-Pump SupplyWinter I Spitz Rat terrier males if*.U--BEDRooM. private home. I Realtors. IS W. W..bIn&I"'n Brock Steel with Chenault Ai Jgn.

.. tartftr M aw. Y..e, son. Founded 1936. Garden Rd. 1 mile east of WJ-IIO.. Telephone Sl ; females 810; SblPp C. O. D. Tie bath shower. Private beach. Lancaster Lake. East of: pretty 4- SCOLONIAL flings 672 N. Orante: 7234.

uss eoaUort with I Onto Vista. Orlando: phone 7087. Your Approval. Kennels. TOOO location. SB week. Lady only room brick house strongly con: DUPLEX-Princeton Ave Mew concrete _

i trta n aloctna =II WICKER SE. 9-piece; S20. Breakfast fountain Inn. S. C _____ I 1---References--please.-Ph.--9764.- ctructed! 2-car ...ra.etra u.e GARDENS Lovely two block. No OPA celancs.
.aek* tfc*: aot tho _L I HANDLER-Scythe. hoe. nl axe. .ld two benches; $15 Pointers. -3i SUMMER RATES Dally weekly price too. '. dayton Realtor bedroom home. Oak floors throughout S12.6OO. Nunez with Herman Good
I 9g8 Seville Place: 2-36O8. 'rIPE R.i.t single! Pine 6651.ALTAMONTE win Inc, Broker 671
I grub hoe. choveL farrow. ,kU' POWER UNITS GM Diesel. Chrys i breeding. S50.I ;. monthly Beautiful rooms 32 E : and beautifully land.cape.01. M. Orange

.alter 1. wtfeo l(I X. Robia- HIS 2524 Kuhl. ler. Allis Chalmers and I WATER HEATERS-1 able top. 30 gal I 288 W._Morse Blvd. Winter Park. Pus.I or double private baths overlookingi Furnished. 89000.00. Lorraine Hoffman 9835, ,

aoa. FHIU I I HOUSES rooms not iovernmeut !I I Service and parts. 1 t Wlon.a. rapa1. Immediate d U.e. Or i I PUPPIES-Purebred. de- i Lake Virginia, near transportation; I with Clyde McKenzIe Broker. DELANEY SECTION-A most attractive

I buUt constructed with heart yel-I. Farm ft Horns Machinery Co.430 W.Robinson. : lal0 AppU.nr e 210 .. wormed. Two mo..atln.k4.old Pit bulls. I 500 Chase Avenue. Phone W P 27. SPRINGS- 104 W. Central; 2-4775. masonry bungalow of recent
I pme lumber; excellent material I I I. Phone 4537.POR 'CORNER ROOM-In new home: innerspring I Is ecnstructlon. S spacious rooms, t
English COLONIALTOWN a
l. Toy fox Eskimo spitss. garage
I la sood condition. Near Orlando. !I t.rlen males S15. ; m block to bus; busineM New. 2 bedrooms breezcwsy. sarageI apt. with tile floors living room large closets. 3 porches, very large

EttCTHIC OA8 AND OI fun a.U>- ', 'D4 B. H.mrc dc .Okeechobee.na. I I .hepard.. Cocker spanielsfe woman preferred. 211 E. Grant. I attached 100x200 It lot. S8500.terma. one bedroom with space for another. modern kitchen oak floors through _
.. Inalalted. -I I I out. l-ar garage on rear of landscaped
wiur
$
PLYWOOD fir. males 815.00; German polices males FRONT BEDROOM private entrance. 8525O. easily financed. "Speak toSpiegel.
.Jar BaBMU DUplar Boon. TRdla' type city (as. I j i able in V. Waurprof 5x14 .0 S2O.OO. females 812.50; English beaI Clean and comfortable. Single. 87. ; 2 bedrooms. Highway frontage. Some ." Whitney Spiegel Realty Co. lot. Being offered with an

TIT East WasMgt.n.&lJcrftJC fireplace Orlando I II 3x16. Pine Cute- Boat I. Construction I I I slea S17.5O pr. Ship C.OJX spproval. I Double. S10. Ph. 9588 j. furniture S acres of grove S10.500. Realtor 706 Metcalf Bld, 2-3269. only new 811.SOO furnishings with for good short time al

Appliance Co. 210 N. OranceAre. Co. terms.i I terms. Weir
; pion. 2-246 I DELIVERY WoodvUle Kennel._Owings. 8. C.POINTER ROOM AND BOARD-100 Woodruff i i Altamonta Office. Homer SewelL Svsem. 628 E. Pine; 4641.
router 4537. IMMEDIATE
TuATZR8.irom. I Phone '
I
I POCKET KNIVES Good selection PUPPY-Male W. SI.I ,
: Street .t Agnes I Manager. Winter Park 8-8394.. '
o4 w.n IU ILIIRCLIPPERS.-ProfessionaI hand high quality pocket knives. Sl.tO old well bred ready CITY mars
p. I electric ; ; orU'I'n..1m HucteJ-O'Neal. Realtors 11. L Booinson -
Complete bathroom outfits
fair_Star* car.a typo hair clippers. S2.7S. Bumby I and up. Knox Stores Co, 2 X. Pino.Phono and used ISO u taken now. Phone t I 47-1. Rental Aeencies ; dial 2-3'lS3. DELAXXT SCHOOL SECTION At.trsctive .
I II I ranges sas new I' -
Hardware. 102 W. Church- 2-3163. ranle. cabinet I (.I) Brick 3 rooms and bath; oak furnished 2-bedroom
home.
for I r'ran.tor. 1 tub. I LANDLORDS- win ipppty
Im- you floors 3500.
large
: garage.
rIETR HOME FREEZERS KelTinator. REFRIGERATORS 65-lb. HUTCHES Neat and
now sinks new well Immediate
occupancy. Going at only
let I I 1 cap.I I 'lls. RABBI I Iaale. desir.ble tenants free 0' ch.ne and bath fur-
caa (2) Frame. 6 rooms
dnr available at Bumby regular 549.50-specIal S39.50. !, used drainbosrd and fix- rabbits and bantams for BACKSPIN DR.. Zmbsdread.. 2-bed I 8875O. good terms. When you set this

al u'.compact,. aotd 4OO & .D. Tlnator- Department. l WaU ]j lIDlb.| cp.ct, re.ur S5'.Sp I 'vea'De .ll. .1. .Jessamine B.c, .at.ntY.and obli..Uon Gardner Just Real pbon.Estate us AUIIo. your- I room and utility or child's room. (31 nished Frame.; pone Frame.eochere.S rooms S4500.and bath fine home you win say it's the best _
a. aaL J i j Road. Pine Castle. i S2500 buy la Orlando. Trade with
HOT 80. ,j L FrDtu. Co. 2. S Court St. Phone 2-1481. nice kitchen and bath. S6250; friut trees bus line. S475O. S'weld.
capacity. : oa
1
i 3O capacity. Orlaadr j t 141 and 615 W. S' If American Plumbing Supply and Appliance TROPICAL FISH Largest selection down. Owner. Louis Oeesiln. Basilar 143 st. Main
t'a 8435.
tar TrrtlM Over XOO :: I WEB RENTALS 83 service King Real Estate. 30 E Church
I.
froaaor lorktr apac S cm. Inc. 210 I Orange {> ROOFING-210 lb. thick butt ahingles. I I Co, 234 W. Washington St. : Orlando area Aquariums, sup I. charge. Gardner Real Estate. 29 BUMBY AVE. S. Completely furnished "Open Sunday"CO1.IEGE 21464.

tco maklac .. *. Tao rcfrttera- I Ave I| Colors .n. red. red blend pua. Harry Coster. 138 Ridgewood .1 I South Court Street. i 5-room bungalow. New fur

Inc that Marts atayi ICE BOX-Used. WbU enamel 10. Slate blend also roil roofing ail colors I !.,_oft Lawrence Ava.Winter Park. niture. Including linens and silver. 2

frm and .a. overt.. Phone 4794. I t l. felt McCormick RoofIng TROPICAL FISH Guraml.YetI,.I 48-1. Beach Rentals nIce bedrooms living room dinette PARK-The real' value la DELANEY 8?., 1635-3 bsdrooma, 3.
1"'a Co. 915 8t Ph. 2-3553 kitchen and bath; porte coehere. cAr garage: inaulated
Wakat al B. Bob-' IRON BED Twin stse. Beauty-rest : r.barbs at SOe. 2.a.Qu.rm. I here In this attractive two bedroom ; copper
-. 1630. I roil good condition. REFRIGERATOR-Electric. 7 CU. ft. S3 ; .L 1.5. B1 126 COCOA BEACH HOUSE 5 rooms Landscaped lot. 200 ft. deep. Reduced house with breezeway and garase. plumbing: rugs. Venetian blinds In'
..Un.Also- .pn.roae. needs nahototerlni. AB table top gas range washingmachine MOVI '01 the home. News pa. Nebraska.HUMANE. completely furnished except linens. to 87500. 82500 cash balance 850 pel* Fully furnished and located oa on. of cluded. Fruit and shade. Owner

POOD AND MAT 145 for W. Smith and cabinet radio. All la ,, ac.entur. travel com FOR SALE-Dalinsiiaa P"OPY. S40 wee*. Ph. 8317 after Sunday month. M. K. Harmon with C. B. College Parks prettiest sites. Price DELANEY SCHOOL SECTION-Modem
lt. 101
Mado br .CPpaR St. very lo codltol Private ..owner. Bo.aead. Sop male I months. $35. Pb. 2-3.n.te I I afternoon. _ _ Davis, Realtor. 41. W. Washington ]I Sll.OOO. Call Miss Fisk with O'Harra- completely furnIshed S bedrooms

Mardwaro. Mtt W. C.fl Itrect.1.ALLEQV1P51ZTComPieLa INSULATION WooL"Ouarsnj..ed 432 Curc. S., Ornn. Call 2-1515. bas Persian IP YOU ARE SPOOKING foe. a nice. 7809. Sun122945.BEVERLY I Moore. Realtors. 109 E. Pine: 2O836.COLLEGE electric kitchen oil beat. Hear
"Balw. WE HAVE iT at the stora next to SI pa' SHORES SECTION stores and bua. ThIs should sell
I money REELS-Fresh and salt water.fish- kitten. to in quiet. cooL clean pleasant place to I PARK-3-bedroooS 1941
lka. of all football eaalpmenta I back. Hot .a tea hero-b. eonstestable. log reels. Bumby Har.ae 102 the Post Office. ".IU.n' Furniture -I good homes.An.or.721 E. Amelia pla.d Ava. Ph. I I spend your vacation, stop at Henry's t masonry. 3-bedroom bungalow oil fe frame borne, completely furnished. quickly Broken at S87SO. terms. Loren Dana,
bath.
block from lake. Full tile I 6 N. Brewa 1-1240.
:
y Hardwaf Ita W. Church. Co- M.Oranse Wes Church St. clocks anUQ.e. br. copper 8278. I Pier. Modern clean cabins gas Leaving city priced to sell this week
:! window
floor furnace aluminum
: electric parts many and electrically equipped. Children DELANEY SECTION-Brand new cement
and Railroad.IRRIGATIONSYSTEMS 1 by owner,507 W. Princ.toll.'COLONIALTOWN2
RAKES Leaf and lawn rakes. 81.35and j
sod .
ta* other Items 'a and used. I Henrys Pier. East end frames copper screens. Lot 75x135.In tile bungalow oa 75 ft.
JIJUc welcome. At corner
fL
Knox Co.. 25 41, foal try and SuppliesBABY I I
of and supplies up. this excellent section this house bedroom frame.
aa e. immedi II of Eau Gallic Bndse. Write or wire lot. S large room bath esoaetc. nice
.. lawns.Florida Pine. Phone 23163.RANGESZiectrlc 'OUBA MOTORFo S15.OOO. See it Well furnished. City sewerage paving -
fO .ron. 'an. Lou will move quickly at
1 .t a. for reservations. Henry P.O. porch central heat. Ready Sec sees
EYltd. CHICKS New ''
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rial*i a. 4.. email e Pip. Co. 630 W. and ..A style Zephyr 4el.el 1941 Evinrude Lisht- Wayne H.mpsle. Box 846. Eaa Gallic. Fla. first C. R. Emerick. Realtor 610 N. garage landscaped excellent I.- paacy. 8870O. only S cash Mr -
... .. C.rb. and model to please every boW I blO teate fH. Orange: 7348.BRADSBAW cation. Price reduced to S950O for Wheeler with C. B DorIs Realty 41 .
Evinrude
AP four; two new .. SPECIAL RATES at Masiils' Guest Broker
W0 .. INLAID LINOLEUM Installed wive. Prices Increase get yours Ipr.nWlt str. 30 Wet quick sale Wilbur Strickland. W. '
_ on .1 simplex starter and block Washington: 7RO
edt. Phone Home. SePt.. Oct, Nov. H
floors and sink they up. Orlando Sales 2-bedroom I 23 W. Church: 6675.
4"mlOt 'or 1 Come In or TERRACE-
A.dOJ' EAST SIDE
tp.C and Near Orange
ntiU&.. Oeorie 2501 Edtewater D. JIUS Serc& 608 N. Orange Ave4. 10.Motor.nil.. Winter O.rd c.1 Ph. 62.i BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store.U. Sheraton Plaza ocean. house completely furnished including OOL uLroWNSaCTIoN New rooms and baits on first Coat, a
Aaooka ... Ph. S. approved Pullorum tested. electric kitchen. Near schooLstores frame -room home built by owner -
New 2-
Mtera. cornerBear
SY0TEM-Inats.Ilsd and rooms and S bath oat second floor
sale Citruswasher
SURPLUS Equipment Rentals
i. i 906 W. 2-2821 7336. 49. Business
.a a ao sail Call as for a free demonstration. ROOFING-ThIck butt and ru 45 t> and polisher. Pac. Ch.na or and bus lIne Owner leaving ] ; oak floors tile bath: heater room; double lot: close ta location attractively
O. U. S. Pullorum town. For quick sale. 88750 with j large garage; oak and citrus trees.
BABY
Florida Business) Eoainment 90 Ibs. Mineral surface IU I Rite. complete washer C. t CORRUGATED ALUMINUM Building priced; P. A. Alhaon Realtor.
a4 pUhe ed S2.2SO cash balance good terms..W. Must be sold this week. Sll.OOO or
yiIAC3-Cuiemsu floor itaed Co 390 N. Oransa Phone Roof coatings. Mills and motors and all or fatur de floor. Suitable 37 w. Washington. 7613.
}' concrete
tp. WIU tank. livery. and & B. Nicholson. Realtor 14 8. Main make offer. Lola Royal Broker.
weep HtUe. Atao ant .. 5454. RUG-10 x 1 OrientaL May be seen I i .bu, 350 boxes dally. Sulti FHa ".upple. for warehouse or garage. call. at 1337 I EAST BIDE Close *> inch school.3bedroom .
Orlando 2-1819. _ _ _
$-4.. au Vr.Ma eUTCHES-WARi-Aluminum. a Piece at 1350 Road In OWn i ed to any uprn shipping or truck X-l Str. D.l 1-35. Grand Ave.GARAIIECorrusated. I CUM with fire place
iTUK&-4 aionlha .14. entire stock at 8795 M.nor.RDIo16. I business. by theAmerican N.. H. REDS booked for delivery. Lake metaL 30x75. 2.(1(172.GDd HILL RD.-4 bedroom I Floor fstnace and attic fan. Compietely -
-.T ..t. C.an. small appliances at Machinery- Co. Orlando. O' T WO. Chick Co. '4 miles CITY LIMITS Near Grammar small store. lot 80x150. furnished. Also 2-car saraae
t. __ .tn tube console model 1 Also adjoining lot. Sec owner Mr Modern 2-bedroom cottage I 14 fruit trees. Price 84500. S2GOO
clearance Orlando ApplianreCo. Can be seen at the Wayside PackingHouse north Highway 18.N. School with furnished avartmrat shoes
bedi complete: i prtP Reasonable. Call 2-81 T. W. Lundeen. Oakland. screened cash balance 835 per maath. Immediate .
with 2 porches garage
M 210 Avo. Phone 4537 Dora. F. H. RED-Barred Reasonably priced. Craia with Hams)
: chirk brooder ate. SOOrvmvrrvKK. I Ia I after 1 pm. WL weed ..d Cross and Red R. Bar OFFICE SPACE for rent. Open Sun and 65-fU lot. Only 849OO erms. possession Ill Cottage Hill ltd. ton. Broker. 831 K. Orange. 5 13.
I cutler
KXMStn. Tho perfect InaalaUon.Make I ROOFING. Full line roll roofing andthinxles. I, O. gBU Rk .You E. S. 31 8. Realtor.14O I
0 _ I everything tncludIng 111.95 per ; S9 day 2 Ill 5. Burnett. Available Allen Johnson Owner. EAST SIDE-Esadsosi.. apedoos and
house comfortable la chlc. 10 aured.
Re-roof and in
our 2-3063. 8612. "Speeallixlng
011 Main Phone N. Orance
.s For free demonstration No ; CLOSE IN-4 rooms sleeping porch: p-to-tho mlauto block
bungalow
Mills & Nebras
undnbrsb. pe 10 plet 115.0 p. 10.
VZD--pI.cs dtaaits : Bltna Wit. monthly p..nt pla. Lumber ,, ask 40R12 or write fulls 1 lub.ra 'a THIRD FLOOR OFFICE SPA? Ito Homes" nicely furnished; metal roof garage oa a double lot nicely landscaped cud
Me. 844 S4. waafe stands. S4 .d I. I I Co.. Ornl and Railroad.LOOP' M. Hauggard. Distributor. Cotha. Fla. Chicks. Manchester H T rooms. Ellis Building. Pine St. CLOSE IN-Largo 2-atory homo of ; shade fruit 8680O; Howard. with iwo car detached garage The

aofa aMa SIP N a...oak KITCHENWARE- Pressure cotn CA TGow S the time to HAMILTON-PIANO V. W. Estes. 24 8. Orange. tile construction. 4 bedrooms and Broken 306 N. Main: 7325. rooms throughout are aaasua *tse
WANT TO SELL
Uvtne 't. 822 SO: double roasters roasters.cookie sheets Wilson tea 'U i your wind- mahogany finish medium size up .5 Apartments for Kent WAREHOUSE New clean; 250O sleeping porch. Its baths. Partly fur COLONIALTOWN 3-room cottage. living room 14x27. bedrooms 14r

kaee .desk. 125 I Hardware. 316 8. Orange I damaged roof. 1.5 for -.a at right. New felt. Played very little I square feet railroad siding; 611 nished. Oil heat. Largo lot. Walter Nearly new. Hardwood floors mod- 14 and a screened living terrace thai
wrgtlaedeea.. 515. BIO GUdden. CHENEY HIGHWAY. 6010: seasonal W. Rose Investment Co. 49 N. Orange
.I Trail. I since being tuned. Excellent for practice Brookhaven Drive era kitchen. S55OO termS F. Is a honey. See this M you waas the
fed I room .It. ; baby L RADIOS-Crosley and Pda Console piano. 424 Avalon Blvd. r.te. All modern conveniences. 4 LEASE large furnished Ave Orwin Manor office 3356 K.Orange Allison. Realtor. 37 W. I very top of quality. Price SlSJsM
bad t. Sit Mather of Or. KNIFE SHARPE'ER "CaboruBdum" and port Tourist Home. WISH TO Ave.CHEROKEE. 7613.COLONIALTOWN. Call Fred Reese with O Harra-Moore

laowe. .E. Chorea. Phone 2-36O6. 'O. 8torl. Co, 25 3.: ty. .b moe. .102 W ,I i ONE OUTFIT COMMERCIAL with Brings PAINT 4c Stratton SPRAY JEFFERSON ST. 1SO9 .-1-room efficiency hotel house for orate coming for season-guests Wire or small or SCHOOL.' SECTION -New tw_ A.I I 2-0836. 109 E. Pine.

-- -- Pl. Pbl. 2:6.DOTYPDB Church. I motor. 3150 8. Orance Blossom apartment. Utilities fur phone fun description and rental.If tcarti.eIoscarsaeagsaenSwith frame bungalow hardwood EAST- t rooms 3 screened port baa.
mahacanr ROLL oil Trail.gas nished. Near bus. 88 weekly. Couple. satIsfactory will arranse personal living room- In t.te. 2 bedrooms. 2 screened porches: a good buy bath breeseway. storage room,

&Orae ". T lamps RFIGR'lanters. cem.nt net JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL-1 and Interview. Telephone: Sullivan. N. H. bath and nice size kitchen situated 19000. terms. Courtney &calu. 392N best construction 2628 Jefferaoa.
PVRKITVRE rOB SALE Vtnece Joint. The paneling at ting. Yard Furniture JUST RECEIVED from factory onePorterCable Munsonville. on rear of fine shaded lot. A good Orange. Phone 2-2471.
& tools. Economy 2-room apartments bl.. Summer 14 ring 2. Helen E. Stelnhardt. I EAST SIDE (dose l214-r0.. lrsa-
autto with Mills & Nebraska.LCMBER E-6 floor a.a value at 85500 good terms. Call
om bedroom P.
tb rl.bt pl.c. 332 W. Church. enr. N. H.
rates. beautiful homes bungalow of best
8128.50. J. D. Pease. j Pred Reese with O'Harra-Moorev CLOSE IN-4 stucco material and coastntctloa. -
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Mimi aod aew .r u. -All kinds .IO rea Mount Dora. : first' floor nicely famished. 2 baths heart of Landscaped lot 1640117
lJa. )-m.co IY room sonable. Also slabs and edging fine Por. PIE CASro. take child. 50. Wanted to Rent 2-0836. 109 t. PinS.CITY town Priced to selL Chance of a life Lawn flowers shrubs, frast LargItvtna -

aoMo. Sho aw. $123tail.1 a ra for sheds chicken cp fences etc. i STEEL WELL e".r DI 15. Wa time. A. W. Moore with Walter Bass room oak floor cypress teals'

d. record player and Mr OJ SIS 00 AI & wood bar CASG 34. Articles Wanted Cal 2-89. APT.-2 bedrooms living room. dining I Broker. 217 8. Orange.CASSELBKRRY67500.. i Venetian blinds. 3 bedrooaas seth alc-

ata. Sow; platform rocker. $14 MIekm.oo. 115. Washington. 3OOO 12-to- 200O of 10-rn 2-3 RWSB.U.sarase In Dp. room and kitchen. 2 adult LIMITS rooms and bath. Iyear 2 bedrooma.all tune floors and plenty of large clos
tit So; offkca Ma UI: ,>' LUMBER-Bulldlog bard- f.. of New f casing- AXES-Furniture of an kl.ds sew- 121. 4rnkln.. daughters. lao .. limit. PhoneAPARTMENT old. Neat and clean. Owner electric kitchen. Venetian blInds i ets. 1>* baths. Kitchen fan furnished
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aipal. bed. '10. bed. 1ta a. I log anything: have of Reference will tell at loss. only
railed north a ,
w. New low deI for U. Libby mahe 71 propr, 3-327' Partially furnished. Reasonable downpayment. gas stove, aew frisldaire. metal -
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$309. .12 I solId ce Stats co > livery.Fa S754 PJne Cal Lumber Freeman. '1 W. Church. to Co.sU. W. Pine Dial Jltl. Call Monday. 43'1, H.h -Small furnished. By S395O. See Mark with' Louis Geaslia. S37.7O per month Call owaer. I cabInets, hot water heater service
mod toldtaf bed. I Realtor. 143 N. Ma n; 21466.COLLEGE
Hdw. S 3 ROOM FIH APARTENFor couple to be married sooa.Call Winter Park. 2-2381. porch attached. Price 81308*. ttoro
aieto. 111. porceiaia top tabla. Ukeaew. BABY'S PLAY PEN-Folding type cupl. young rash. Balance, terms. J M Isbeson.
on" .3
11 I: .P. t.ka' .I LNG: ROOM SUITS-3 pi ma floor. Telephone mo. 231 Cottage 9348 any weekday. CLOSE Exceptional. Well located I Healtor. 1317 Sllah Blvd. Pa es
.. .. 1770 Minnesota A. SH ROCK-7 H ft. Portable .lt. Rasnabl. Winter Garden H1. APT. OR HOUSE-Furnished, Young beautifully furnished 2-bedroom
na I all ... ....M: alaaK Park. &sink z 24 with fit I couple. .1 wear old baby. Perma bed- home. Comer low Mr. Ball Klttingtr
i1bedroom Private PARK-Almost D''. 3
_.. acm 13 '1. apartmeat ;, LOUVRES-.. S1.95. Sooth. tings. boa North of Fairvilla !I DIAMONDS watches .e. o .rI Bent. About S50. Box 995. St. Cloud. Realty. :-OO7.
.ha" gold. Highest cash Kohl Ph. -31.. room bungalow. Asbestos siding: EAST SIDE
._! M. SO Ib. porcelaiaIce east Stlla C 10 W. Amelia: I Ct. 1 Serai. Jeweler 32 W. pr. K B.t. J APARTMENT for bachelor 8-Star tile bath and tile drains in kitchen 2 CITY LIMITS.- Taaranoad phone SHOWCASE GLASS-$ flx3Hx2 ft.io. EFFICIENCY APART on lb. block borne Venetian
"n employee Not ever S50. Urgent screened porches Very roomy and concrete
I Apartment
I I I Garage near sow 7bpsCreek
tara Ca. TJ w PUM 8 Pbona 11:I LAWN MOWERS-Hand and power I I I .. '5.. Jenkins P.n.t. 127 W. fN1TR Good u Furniture.'urDt.re 11 West.k.P"lH. W.bDat. 12 Call 4161. extension 2. cheerful. Oak floors throughout and bJ attic fan bus service sew School On- bsaeata Can

_. Terms. Wyckoffa Hdw. Church 1015 ,CU.Dtt. 2-0931. pr APARTMENT- Furnished suitablefor lots of closets. Price S13.500.00 fur- schools. Price S47SO. Wilbur StriekIsnd. be handled for only 81 St* cask balance

2524 Kuhl.LAMP SAW DeWalt 1. blade capacity c.rd APARTMENT rooms 3 registered! ourxi. Please nished. Available unfurnished. Already I Broker. 23 W Chnrrh: 6675. 840 00 per month See lit WtaeV

HOMM bow: clarlMU i> SHADES-Parchment and silk. radial .n. HP motor J. D. I FURNITURE-Used stoves. Ice boxes, bat. Prh Modern equipment telephone 2.2tOO.APARTJolKNT well financed at 4% interest. ; COLONIAL SECTION Near Fern I II ham with O. P Bwone. Realtor. 4O
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: Uu- Pease. Telephone 3753. Mount Dora.Florida. machines. Call bfor you Mr. 1. B.ret. Fern Park. Belles Co. 25 W. Washington. bungalow. ,
T ; aU and styles. Johnson LeoI .1 .. Furnished efficiency Investment Creek School frame East Pine phone S812.
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paytop"
a Matrader Arcada I tn E. Church.. lU Furniture Co 72.W. Pine Furnished 4-room apartment near close In. quiet. Retired. neat gentleman. Phone 8513. I Price 84200 82600 cash balance 840

$ W. LADDERS-Step, SCREEN WIRE. BRONZE .48--14c TurD. busle. district. Automatic heat Call 2-225O. per month. Julia Undberg. Broker, I
IOIF Ustock. i Smith Lumber .trht utDol per MfW Electrical supplies: la. '.cUU. By season or COLLEGE PARK-Beautiful cement 911 N. Mills: 2-0818. EAST SIDE Close la Gmwsolsot I.

Pair stora. 10 W. C.r. I and Railroad. Co Nor 0. boxes, cable and ..ItP 222 W ( OFFICE MACHINES and ..ut.reI year. Ave. Ph 316. APARTMENT couple or house both for employed.youngmarried block bungalow with S large looms CLOSE IN Beautiful 2-bedroom schools stores and baa 2 b.ds.

) Central Hdw.: 2-21. I I Get our prices Ce 0' Eustls. Fla. aDd lone screened porch with awn- frame bungalow. Walking distance lying room dialac room. iBebon
bela room
ItrR& 3. LEAP out Permanent home please. Call Tommy
phone
sums. t piers dining- ream &t. stock Hon .nU SPACLHZATEISO-0i1 burning An Stuart 1 S 1t NEW 2-BEDROOM HOCSE15 per Huber. 4161. ext. 14. Ings. tile window sills oak floors. from center of town. Large shadStrees. Nicely aad completely fosind to-

odd tables. .n a. & I" and 615 O.. Church. sixes for immediate delivery. Orlando OLD GOLD-We pay bhst prices month. Vet lamly pren- Venetian blInds Insulated and furred Only S725O, terms. White cladiag everytatsw eweese lore.
.l. 1 D. C. 210 N Orange for c.monc o .Dd w.tn ence. Oak mile APT. OR HOUSE Furnished. Responsible walls Convenient to Pe. I i Bros Realtors. 824 K. MIIIE 2-1688. Corner lot. 75 frontage landacapeilPrieo
PVR COAT-"" dyed Dry framing sheathing- I Appll. C refined couple. Professional
.Irt LUMBER- ; Ave >I broken tU. highway on trict. churches and schooL to sell Owner baying abates
h1. Telephone_ siding flooring: finish. Smith Berkman.&Sons. 19 Orange. Rd. 1-9 OneoL..o 18." References. Permanent. la about 30 d.,. Priced right. For Price 89S8O terma. Phone A T Carter

FrmnnTRa 3t aertlonal- Lumber Co. N. Orange &Railroad. preferr- No children of pets. 875 r.... Dally full srtiealars ask for Ralph B. COu.E B PARK 9516. Jameraoa and Carter. booltots. -
youth table ..1 radio. Telephone MOULDINOS-'Fvfl boo wood and I SWIO. MCElnae from YOUNG GIRL-Will share housekeeping ph. 2-0158. Write Box No. 76 fi- Smith with RobL L. Prydc. Realtor. 12 B. Mala.
I II STEAK Justbeen i Dt apartmeat with young
m e i a I mauldinist afl patterns. C"emck. .Holler I private. wtJ Call 2-1454. Z. Amelia. & t Star. .668 N. Orange: 2-4596._ 1. Near 8torez Masonry btdraora EAST SIDE-3eedTesaBished homs fuC.

iftB-ew and Pay i Smith Lumber Co. N. Orania and I' &orouh Co.rondltOD.. WE BUY Call APT. WANTED for policeman and COLONIAL GARDENS-You would bungalow with breakfast room, ale bath. Reduced to $1.0-

caah and ..*. It to .a. cost Railroad. I I Ave.Cbnro.t Coal fore .. fUltu. .N 46 Houses for Rent wife. No children no pets. Both never believe this bungalow Is only large screened porch and 1-ear ga- COO Exeeueac ten to rsoauole

Sw poor ...b. a F.r' LATH-Logan 10". New. J. D. ; No. 2 store. 615 W. Church phone e working. 840 limit. Please call 4161. t yeari old. as ila in such perfect r... S10.SOO. party Courtney Jteelty, 991 N. Or'

C.. aSs W I' P 62. ,&A telephone 3753. Mount Dora. i I i I HOUSE-2-bedrooms. .1 .. Ext. IS. condition. Living room dinette, modern sag*: 2.2471EDOgWATER
Florida. i 1-8 automatic APT. OR HOUSE-Just married. Permanent kitchen service porch ban. bath. 2. Near Behoof Attractive white
Mal
I SWIG MACHINES Factory f i WE BUY DIMND. old gold gerI stove. Alvarez. Sentlnel-cJtar employee.S5O closet 2 lovely bedrooms each with frame bungalow that was built ta ggcrioje--b.d.sa
rIDGE PCRMACrS Automatic MAIL FOXES-Rural. S2.25 up. I I bl.r.nt.. like new; pl!I Hoeltke's .fnnra. 14. large closets i car garage with storage .41. 3 bedrooms. 2 screened porches.
buralag. laatalied ae"wet T.n..nn. Pa. limit. Call 41 1. tit. AO tile bath. Beautiful hardwood
35c ap. Smyth Lumber Co. 24 .
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P : A Wlnn 'IS feet of beautifully landscaped Large lot. 812.000.
u.tt. room. attached
mnle. garage.
Ill COUNTRY floors faraace. faa
Bkire*. Room. Or.ns.an 4 Rallrovd. I II LVny MODERN HOU APT.-Employed Couple no pets. : Steel veae HaHl
Wartnartca.PLOOR 1 WICL BUY. remove or saw your from Klssimmea can 4111 lawn, offered on-furnished for Large garage. S block to bus Price
METAL BUCKETS gal. with I II ROCK Phone 6395. I m. About S40 per month. 88.950 with terms. Frank Creba Real other 3-bedroom homes
i baa SHEET pins trees. ca King Building and small service to owner extension 21. We have la 813.500, balance 86695 a oBwus
i die and lid. Ideal Lumber Com telephone 7267. Estate. 507 Metcalf Building phone listed with down payments start-
Sec Dick Lawson Kissimtnee. A real value. Immaculately rfeaa. Do-
1 I sarbasa palls t'o each. no rnl i APT. or House 2 bedrooms; furnish '
plants write. ; 2-1710__ lag at 83,500. which we are pleased medlate Dial S-04t KrBrttt
PAC AatonaUe 30c in cjuantltiea o 10 O .. Insul- 8TXZL U In. and % Irf 35. Fuel Oil and Wood_ Dn" ed. 870 11m II. "Newemnber family" COLONIALTOWN A very clean. 101 allow. will posaeasaoa.bo glad to come got vxuFAIRVILLA
J rlom 2-bath
9634.MOTOR LAKE with Radio Station. 2 children-
$ E. Phone
37 new
Mastic
C C. I"rk. windows. 1--r comfortable well landscaped home and chew. I. A. I. GOds Seal 1.155..
*.toeoupiay TIT Baataih'aitoa -n'' BU n tank Is Call 23278. Realtor. 140 H.Orange. .
Johnson
1 AUal .1 Allen
Excellent .fe. screened sleepingporch
F OnA r with 2 bedrooms 10* 5. Voofl 54.
aLj I So.n. ply. Inc., nl Cemn' 8.. 81 your tank tWe 1175 month. Bs 17 8ta. living and dining room kitchen Ph. "13. "Speclallxlng In
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at 534)) *. .t.t. Tr B.l with ventilated pantry, bath
j JUIUO Cu mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service FINGER-TIP MAGIC: Doors porch. Kr..dI'ront -Frame banaaJaw. brand
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service large
KUIPWL'TrN MOTH SCREEN We have screened new. S bgdraaej. msaira ktteswcleetne
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SIAT- WIBrD. Inquire Bnyder's Store. Lockbart. Pla.
i .. aa InH" several 24. 26. 37. and Soils spring open at your touch I I Borrn. hardwood floors garage water heater elextrtt swine
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.a' NOt K& ro Frthar dove to bus. school and tile heart of COLONIALTOWN SECTION Wall
33. 30. 42. and 48. Orlando "ODEN-rURJ9TI .n. Large lot 32* bv 212 feet You >?.
i I. .dK BPZCIAIS .C tl.r METAL: TABLES- and ether Hardware and Variety Store 2310 N through a Sentlnel-Star) rv"o' !. Unfurnished S7BOO. ;I j t landscaped. attractive 2-bedrooca need a car Only 856S4) with tlStC

> a .rl. ut4Otcru.5d ; .a S-ar wore titan' P>ldi.en Orsngrx ____ _______ BiACK TOP SOIL Best In Orange Street.WwTwu.f.. Wanted to Rent ad. Your : S48no c-own. S3S a month. r borne: sleeping porch and kitchen.garage larse I Iacs'erned cash Johastoaj Henry. Broker. S W
ill.be's. month furnished front '
835 : porch gas
.,. sofa vjo...U t-p I.W.. ..' dinHi oD.. Blowom Tri at 2'h. ST-tWome. Steel and Cunt. Also Fill For sand prompt and service clay I home, near bus. line SHARE with attractive ChristIan I room is waiting for you to fill S9200. 86300 very down.nicely. Contact a -1 l : close to buses schools shop Church St.: 1543.LC.aUasM .

room une. desired. J akins I OUTBOARD MOTOR-Evlnruda. Has 1 I.rs couple or bustnss wemaa 1 Volllck with 3. Daniel Kolar. 206 ping. Priced to sell; quick possession.
..a I I Sales Co, 100 W. phone 2-793 .pbn. 2-4053. .orlin On Next Pftn .
..W'Parnttura. & ..219 Boca !I Call pull 2-1177.s'arttr. good cldlUla I Ph JI.3 Ae dO.Dtlr. 2 Harvard: Ph. 7 93. it. Dial 4161. Mstn "11. Owner. lilt CUnoU. u-k:









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; &rnttnrl-&tar 1 51.!_ Douse for Sale 51. Houses for Sale I[ 51. U.us for Sale t II. lloUM-a. for Nsle l | jjNEW. S3. Grove for Sale j 54. Lots for Sale ,I 56. Business Property for Sale !5$. Real E-Ute Wanted


ORLANDO. FLORIDA LAKE bungalow on I WINTER PARK-7 wonderful steel i .-... and bath. H block (. VALENCIA OROVE 12 acres with'' BUILDING LOTS-Select your home- GUEST HOME-Close to Orante Ave 4 CONWAT SECTION 3 >t rlj

FON-Moer. floors spa- I'' PRINCETON SOl 6ON-- I' adjoining winter Park city limit bus Wil Mil *n acer '''M. MUhl halif l crop. No wind damage. site now in the attractive Dubs-1 on new cross State highway, 6 nicebedrooms boas nuB acme eaUa tfwMd.Arouad .

Ii PAGE 14 21. clous room modern bath and kltchen. i i, bedroom frme bul.low. Jepl.ce. II i ii 240 ft. on pretty lake. 240 f. o, accept lo I In trade (,, (Jjgj. This U an ..r.ptonl| opportunityNo. dread Country Cul section. Lot in1, 3Vj baths. WeU built home M-MO Alto pregn sex'

k SEE .4 1 minutes to town. (10.500. Hss- I i: tile floored bath garage |I caved road. New rustic type .. WANT A MOMS Setter ae a mae'' Art qulf kit, Noble lmit! Broker, aU sizes Co ahl bus end' and la coed condition. Lot area 25.I I hoe ie bar lake Jioot MM ostb
Several fruit trees. Only I 1 Grand oak shade trees hxn- 124_ n Main. stores. Cash or 000 so. ft. Tastefully furnished. (2- extra 4. gtaaimt
tt. Re.ltr. 62'.a E Cent.l (Ar- 1..trT. tw. who know Florida! I have .t __ __ arena FraawM
? .. ): 4237. 1 I (8000 with (3500 down payment Balance -!i of tropical pi antsan 4 shrubs I I and .1.1 WIPiDKIUERE tI'I'ms.Jsne Bros. 235 N. M.la 7559. 000 with (15.OOO cash. Bryant with I P.ealter Rm. 4. Ceatral Areaw
terms 'I
lied la home *rm>*s -
tConC from Preceding Page] !I (50 a month. 8 Everett Wells' Easily made Into a wonder spot and IUCCfON-0 acres Herman Goodwin. Inc. Broker, 67t I Phone 1407GROVeS
fvarlne. Vsi.ncies
\ LOSTN A VI EAST dwelling.(Close Hard In)- with Robt. L. Pde. Re.ltr. 668 show place... 11.5.. MainLJ"terma;: Ashec78*., I many pears 2. phone 0.('ounly A. 3" RI RrekeriRoute $. "le 7noo hoses and lact.ml""e. more year this FOUR.ch.tel Con"nice.reldent.llota.n 50x135. See- N- Orange, dial 9855. WAlfTlO_-1 have_cental

.tr Or.De; 2459.PAR I p.te. 1 Holla.'rmt; Marn*. hd qusr- tlon. Just outside limits. Plentyof cells fer lead grwve a erf immUt
,4 circulating oil heat 3 : I NEW 3.hElItlFM I unit* J GUEST HOUSE-Some lady or coo-
51. Houses for Sale I Cor'o furnished in 'I N'I I WINTER PARK-3-bedroom bunga compiled Inch*. |.art* lot, walr i f .. Fated roads (41.ooO. I. rash shade. lights city water telephone pie who wants an exceptional guesthouse properties, vwtr tuaum wM be appreciated

kitchen equipment. low. 3V, tile baths. Maid r__. i flnriciiy, near clot, school and but, .rplaa with N. J Mess, Broker a.I.ble. Total price1 110. S opportunity at a modest coat Wa o Reneher. Mkrr.
FERN CREEK. BOOTH Completely I dudnc EAST-Near Clay. A correct for .t Flor t I. W"nl; phone *977. Johnston and will of 25. 1. Washlagtes Phone S ,
4 Everything la spie and span. Also AVE with 2bedrooms Arhletur.11 I1MOOO Cenh or .tm ..n. | I __ __ Guld "Ith Broke to out Orlando to get It,
furnished bungalow, large rooms. I garage apartment four comfortabl home I l.ln.. cloistered view iblo party O.wrs. Kin Owner i ACRES UROVE year old. 10 Church St. Ph 6M5 should investigate this attracil.eeijht
hell system with duct hardwood icude. bath furnished. For fuUp.rln.r prch and tUebath. I II Ufetm.. low upkeep. I94O I W Washington Ht 'I acres 'land. 6 mile west Orlando room house (five bedrooms! IDa HOUSES WANTED We Hat sass'
nn Lou of & & ga- rom. I It 1* of pre..r ,, construction cash and baI Owner phone 2-0321 BEAUTIFUL LAKE FON LT high class residential where for 2. 3
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11.5 POFUJIBILITIIM.-i.ara( 4" section aM I gitMMa
see Vergowe Agency. : : 1"0
and Rea. I with siding roof andI with .
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;: refrigerator gas i Church cypress lfetm. ante Don ONE wlrt 0.1 a.de tre. the overflow from one of Central IFlorida's la gd tocatMM Can W SNiglieleos
: St.; phone l ham with screened
e. srk of cood quality. .83.I oak floors I tube I'I'I Realtor. 24745WINTER 6ACRE..RZRINO. GROVE-On 2Of, T. Dortey. Realtor.
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i. most popular tourist .
I 3 2 flrrplr, hotel 14 8
Price good terms. See | on rear r porch. The lot 75 x porch on nw I II Halance of "land 550 N. Orange: 4412.
you'd like a charm-1 I PARK-New 2 bedroom andsleeping I lt.I substantial l.esoe get I I fleered, can Insure earnings not ordinarily Main At.HO05E .
LKRON-I with number of heavy bearingI roof An Located I mile from Or j
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Mr. Folsom wit Harold Shepherd block bungalow 12' porch, frame bunaalow .. :: i j sidewalk, available to a small guest house
I I rnc I Already well financed. Completely amen .. acre of d; on paved road with electric I 1' LROE-L Pneent
Co. Washincton I I I
R.lt St with 10 frontage on the lake aU I furnished for (10.75OMcNutt-I 1 t I near school and h.nprt.to. 1'I'' land ...:lo fruit .and a beautiful I line Ideal hom .. .: pr.t.e. $550. Price only (985O. Cell O"Harraj j WANtSD-W. Have rw-

5124 done the modern manner and located .1': Heasley. Realtors 1 W. W.sblnltn.. 1 0. Terms. C..n.u.h. Rultor. lawn Reduced t* 81 for .ulrl, rlld.pr..nt POD\ of Prc. .15 or "You better 1964 see W. .but 1"Bro"e. Moore. 2-0836. 109 E. Pine. sects for awder* ass 6-rwMi
southeast of town on a .
FERN CREEK SCHOOL aeDc Wuhln.toj Arcade 4.' I i i sal* Mr. Wheeler B *. Jane BrosBrokers N p.lb.nk. 'home If bewar tar .
St. Phone 3106.I i iI : "I I ... ; 235 HIGHWAY-17-91 Modern molar yew t* sal*
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SCON-I I neck of I.oe stretching I I I i W Washington: 7BOH I I II Main: .ue35A"ne
BUT here now! A new with other neat bungalows WINTR-PAK LAKEFRONT Realtor 44 -" __ court. 9 units Accommodations for ;cell Allea Jibassa. Bealtor 144)) itOraaae.

galow with a lovely tile pretty for neighbors call us for an appointment j I I PINE CASTLE 4 room furnished i,|, Modern Ranch I I I R --2.bdrom.. Iurnishe.iscee [ ( ROVETemplp' predoml- .55. Country Property for Sale 26 guests., Restaurant. Gulf gas ata1 1 8612. "$peetalma la
eificlent All rooms ':I type 1 3 bathe I with I tlon 7 huh land. 700 ft Itames"
kicn ap.clu. go It. The house I block home. 1 block from > bln..low. bdrom. BonU.. l.t with acres on :
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A Home ab. Includes t bedrooms a living room session at once. Price ( K I i ii I g room office. !I Score Burrh. Broker' phon* 2-low. I II I...vl crop. Cal ro appoint- BEAR LAKE- -where the big fish beautiful lake. TOO ft on best traveled
average In construction. is a with fireplace kitchen with {i Price. Real Et.te. 2485. sU\.. I I: Ovorae H. Klttr.d.. .Sn. Realtors, j I I MODBRN" 2 brdroom'"fram. hou e' J I I ]".nt with Richard- K.a.re' bite Modern 2-bedroom f urnUhd highway into Orlando Will stand \LISTINGS WANTED"-Due to UM to-
special low price. C. R Emertck.Realtor. mo.r f Cent.l. phone 2.311._,.., I II !i 'droves to built strict inspection. (43.5OO. favorable i creased af mtmtHut
asphalt tile fr.. alumlj I PARK LAKE SECTION-Splendid 3I I I 1 I nicely furnl.h.d. Built In 41. Bu-1 "cUlt In.pt this out- cot.. 1 na. Electri aw.ee w*
610 N. Orange: .348. c.ble. "*>"1" terms at 5' Asher Peter Realtor. 12 need
c.sement Oren' i bedroom partly furnished bungalow -: at corner Block to achool. .n..r.I 1'. 1 1I .. proprt:. kitchen ft. on < mere Uttas *>f PIne He ig. 2.

GRAND AVE. SCHOOL SECTION with .. this for only I excellent frame construction. WINTER PARK- Lake Knowles- I serge. (6 oo on :1(16 FULL BEARING TREEg-OT Lake. Owner returning Norh wants 3. MaIn: 2X1786. __,, | 3 and 4 tiidtngmi AIM k MM** sad

Completely furnished 2-bedroom (10.000.00. Call Mr.' Morsel wit Landscaped lot. $11.000 OO. Terms. Temple Drl. section). Prospective i mte at 1o':: .. 75O lath I i I first clans ..rleUe Sour root quick sale' (79OO. t.r.. Pe- HIGHWAY 17-92-Tourist court Income prwprrtm Me O. MX**

cement block bungalow with all kitchen O'H.rr.-Mor 2-O836 109 E. Pn.. ,i Cavenaugh. Realtors..Washington'1 IArcsde.4308. home builders .holle see these choice j Street, I I I llamllna. Pink Grape Fruit .'c. Excellent terRe 'ior. 12 8. M.t, 2- 786. Owner's cottage and 2 rental nntu. Realtor. D"al Ml cc M3

conveniences. Price 18 S30OOcash. _,__ _,_, ___ I I|I Winter balance Park In. low monthly at $295. 1/3 I i If RN-.IX7"c-h U" Trnl .1 I crop and heavy 11 Beautl- Ro iN-IND trJ m2 completely furnished Also adjacent
don. payj j
(35 per LAKE CONWAY-2-bedroom bungalow SPRING LAKE TERRACE 2-story. I,: .m.1 look f ed. 10 on I i,I ful lake front and close Orlando. .. lakefront lot, Total price. (16.5OO. LISTINGS WAHTKD.-CUrata watt.

Broker. 911 N. Milte. Ph 30818.HTLLCREST fur.hed Recently redeco! 4bedroom. 2-bath home (18.OOO. I i I i I will ments.satisfy.Utilities rll'I 4e b'I'd Ine I I hard surfaced' road. 20 miles out. Immediate I i: Price (36,noo on Terms. C.nnulh houses citrus and shade 1 Exclusive with C P Shumway. Rrattoi1 lag E F auytaa. Mearur. M B
142 ft. on lake byapproximately !, Realtors. Phone 43O8 block off highway. 4 miles WinterPark. Pine 8t. ntisai < !
rated. *
I lt Terms. Ask for H-1158. Harold V. Oaners. Carrlgan Bldg.. Orange pouraolon (5.5OO. A. (I ? _Orange: _2-3282 ,
SOL bedrooms Ner-M'ln- ft. deep. LrK Condlct. Realtor. 37 E Central: 6137.SUBURBANNew I, 24551.WINTER Wagner. 1209 Ed.w.te Ph 3-2133. I II I Price was (9975, reduced to LISTINfM'WANTOV- W. svwTnte

.ry bun..lw.. Venetian bUnds. .t1 oak trees b.utful sand and modern block bun-.j I I ; I| S79SO. For quick ale. "You bettersee INCOME INVESTMENT Well located in bawnew av-rtaatti aad bait

'.n. etc..r.le. Sed" Price 19.5. J. I boat.wall. eok. co.eed terms boathouse W. B. I talow on paved road on plat 1OO PARK-Close In- Ideal for I HirK5Iiuliatlp i ii SPECAL I W. Byrnes about Winter It" Park broker. 1964 business property.. Purchase ness proacrtie*. If yes wla* ta tr*

P. Mattox. broker. 145 N. M.I 19. Ilt.5. 8. Main; Nkho. 'I by over 500 ft. deep. Oversized taI -- large family or guest home. 5 bedrooms i I tile bath home In city. Kitchen aupreme -I F.lrb.nls. of property will include an excellent your business or piupcny anoo* a,
I In. Reltr. 1 I rage with utility room and laundry ''. sleeping porch. Its invites technique. Tile lountlng 300-acre grove. All large bearing GROVE AND HOME-20 .crs S I going business, now doing cross busi- >I and w* will rail car F Bryaa. lla

JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGHS. : j jI I I The rooms are extra large with a J owner financed b.th. porch off 4 glass door lone living 1' tiees In good condition. Sour roo* I, large trees, mostly .. ness of (100.OOO per yesr. Profit E Ceatral. appaait Chaatber af

2-taedroom frame bang alow. sri: ST.-PractlcaUy new home ': large screened-in living porch. This 5.0.0. 150 E. Robinson: 7632. room Luxury 1.lnl. Cheap Claybaugh. |I stock Moat oranges, .o varieties ;1! modern masonry bungalow 4 rooms will depend on management This Cojamrcepbeae2-M37
I toe porch. Gas stove electric MARS 95 151 ft. lot. Equipped i i residence could not be conarct;<: Rr1or. I 5113. Side. Exclusive. This Is -best ero.e in the screened porch and b.t. About 12 Is one of Orlando most desirable LISTINGS WAJrTEP-Hit iaT egases-.
i erator and circulating heater 1 WINTER PARK'-Large corner with U. 8." believe It or not. For out with paved frontage. '
Include with Venetian blinds attic fan and i at the price which ( detalt'mUe locations and la line for valuable rental Let a* help l nf
I THANKFUL to buy thisi yaa >av
I reduc price of (8500 Shumway. Realtor. 1' N. Orange: i plenty citrus. In one of WinkrP.rk' YOU'L.b I call Louis 8. Dollve. Broker i Only (10.0OO Rex-McGUl. development
I Stn.1 oil heating system Has living room I furnished heat1 I R.ltors or increase In value property Hall Bra Agracy. lit M
i i
Realtor baement
Washington D.n I dining room kitchen screened sun 2-3282. I best resldnt.1. actln. 2{1 ed home or income property. S bed I Washington; dial, 8412. 128 N Orante. Phone 4147 Robt R Tyre Realtor 13 W Washington Oraage. dial 51w

89. ,' porch. 2 I.rc bedrooms and bath. 1 1 SOUTHEAST SECTION Frame. 4 I' story. 4 floor, tile goof UP.I.IS. ,i iI ; roomg. 2 baths 2 car garage apt I I LOWER MERRITT ISLAND-383 feet St Phone 6174. SALES LIBTTMO*

KALET AYE. E.t attractive car garate. 1 citrus tree Corner rooms and large screened porch I Had.o and gas equipment.- I Heap O' 'Llvln' on that large front frontage on Indian and BananaRiver g roves, farm and lots Yew aiay

bungalow. U.ln dining :, location on paved street Nice 1..1 tarate. Nice shade and citrus Kitchen age. equipment Included. A nice I Icomfortable screened porch Class A section. *. Fruit trees and weU Good ORANGE AVE.-Busiuels depend OP mr egpMlear far correct
n brom. Iqm. mod-I I I shsde tree Can be purchased fur- I trees Very reasonably priced. H.mp home In A-l condition J Claybangh. Realtor. Metealf BldgI fishlna and camp aite. $8,000. Traf- property haawlia of selliM details. esc reset.
room. Per- I 1 or unfurnished See George F. ton. Broker. 531 N. Orange: j ONE OF OUR BEST OFFERINGS i ford Realty Company: 121 Harrison Restaurant grossing owner (100.000 loans
en breU.s' nle )1. WeU worth to look at thisI j I gate increase car seBttg *wer -
your annually Real
ct
estate exclusive
I Central Ave.I i
InI I I Co.. E. tm.
feet condition. Nicely Realty ,. Florida Established .
McNult-Heastey.
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I j
flrnlshe. 1 SOUTHEAST-New 5-room bungalow.Close Street Coo llrettar. 1.5w
I I I Ph. 2.3155.NORThAttractive. I one. 18.0. Tem. Hucel-'Ne.l. 50 Acres heavy bearing I I building and equipment worth 60. |
Ws.hingtes St
duelD uWta 110.5 wih Ime- to Kaley (6500 will BROS. OFFER Iro.eE1- 11.
_. I' Sbol 18 I Rbloa HAL cellent variety with 000. Price (80.000. term Exclusive ,
tn. 5-room bungalow -I buy It. | 2-3753. of fruit esepton.1cop I'SUBURBAN i --4>-, miles out New. 2- with Courtney Realty. 332 N. Orange,
Realtor. 14O Orange: 2-3382. recently leeor.Ud On bin Oadner Real Estate Agency. 29 S i IWINiER PARK-In center 01 town her Koley School a lrwe front 2 acres of Improved at. Ala .but 10,| bedroom frame home 1'z acres dial 2-2471 and Robert R Tyre Realtor FOR IMMEDIATE ATTKHTKM aad

KALET SECTION Completely furnished line. 145. 's Th.l. Klnraid I Court: Ph. 2-4481 ___ 1 a fine 4-bedroom. 2-bath spacious : .t home. large living room open- with purebred. Registered ;i land $5650 with 80 cash Nunex 13 W Washington. result list ymr *tg>tHj wltt

2-bedroom home. with Boland. CarrigaaBide. home. Large glassed-in porch plus i I on screened porch facing Iske Brahma cattle Bungalow ( OURra. with Herman Inc Broke Marti WUllaaaa. ftaMr. 21 W
[ ,
I kitchen equipment. Modem In : : 672 N. Orange: 2-4551.- SMITH AVE. WEST-Here 1* one of r 2 screened porches, automatic oil fur- j)i dining room 4 bed- pairs) and barn for re I 677 N. Ojrante-98S5. STATE ROAD ll-92'--ls mile north WashIngton Shuns 5195.

respect. (7.OOO. terms. Mr. I the nicest home In this section. A 1 nace. An ideal location for a really I rooms 2 atrll'trr7 In one Mr. Phillips with p.ntul.r.cal. I 12 ACRE PLOT facing ZOO ft of Klssunmee' 144 ft on hi-way

: vita King Real Es'ate. 3 1 ; I I distinctive modern bungalow of prewar ;': good price. (18.500 with.(4000 mort- I bedroom B.s.ment Metcalf Bldl. phohe 5159.I I I[ Highway 17-92 and ft oa :: 2 houses of 4 rooms and bah each WE HAVE BUIEHB waattaa _

43S. "Open Sndan"J'rCCKY NORTHEAST SECTION I constcton. with comfortable i I i gate. Call Charlotte C.! Smith with I with furnace (165OO with 80.0 lake Beautiful cabin )home Ideal pot for overnight guests or business presierty sad batsea.

AV E.-2-bedroom hOU I bre.ew':. .utom.tc floor furnace, \i i D..ld Andre.. Re.ltr. WiterI !| cash. Ask for B. H. Overpeck. I I $4 0. M. 3. Mos Broker. 132 S. tourist court Price. (675O King Real immedIate sale lat with -. A 3n

block <.lnctla: In one of Orlando's best residential 1 wide andattractively I Collete Perk For sale this 3 Sunday
Oral ceiling The lot is 75'
i Quik _ _
; <.snt(1500 windows. 1. C.) PIe'I section porch we have home two bdrm the landscaped. j PARK _Prewar 3-bedroom j bedroom frame on lot I Acrcace for Sale I 2"-i ACRES 5 rom house, flrnlSP. NOBLE SMITH, Pieseer 5g'-; :

15.0. 1121 N. Orlando. .Glden. I aePln... been reduced to .hlch(10.5OO ,, borhood. Owner is leaving IeIc!|1 I I home on corner lot in Lake 66x135 living and dinette cobln.- I. I 2 screened porches, TOURIST COURT-Location 5OO ft cerely cease posy 5IIs
I Fruit trees I laundry shed house on highway Large 2-story home homes,
Knoales section wash chicken grave Iota sad
Maitiaad underpass Winter Park I kitchen equipment. 2..1 i, will sell for Terms tion tile bath with shower awnings, I hou. Sasescea
Incudlnl. want a borne in pleasant :. 10.50. 1$ W. and sewing room. 1 3. baths Venetian blinds electric kitchen andcirculating '! S45OO 2 mie south of Taft on old and garage apartment. 4 bedrooms property Ph 11U4_ S Meaa.WE .
I .a. you Realor. $11.500, terms Call for appotntment. ACREAGE- Dixie furnished. 10-acre bearing Included
Mr Wilcox with j Washington St. heater for Cash I 527. grove HAVE BOYM
aatttog tr
SECTION-Completely fur- surroundings see I Phon Ben F. Fields with H. F. Bo 19.70. Price aa
$35
KY P. Swope. Realtor. 60 East Line I Iphone | rrule 56.20. Balance terms Ask 6-ROOM HOUSE Shade OOO Herman Good type af OXirsMe
O prgparu. far
2 bedroom : Nore land. Realtor. Carngan Bldg.. 672N. 3 of fruit win. Inc. Broker 677 N. Orange
hme corner
two
paved ,
5(12. Bone.I aeres.ol shrubbery well, hardroad. quick result rail H. F Bwtaad.
SOUTHEAST SECTION-Modern fur- I I Rra
kitchen equipment; la everyrespect. 2-4551 Winter PartI I
Orange; or I a 1 8855 or 6660 '
growing
I tricity. school, bus. (350O cash Immediate B.c. Carrisan aIde.. 572
nlshed 2 bedroom home: lelahborho. 8. aaee;
Real .
I.Orm King I frit I I 540RWINDERMERE Hall Bros. Asenc. Rulton. close to city possession H. Lockney. 24591.I .
.hsde and garage: paved street; 12 K lmit. own-
Open
Estate.Bandar"KALET 30 Ca 14 : BOOO. Don't miss this value Call -New 5 rom. bath I Or.nl Ares Tel'189.I i.H.1.Bros. Re.ltor. 112 N. er. Lockney Rd. off Cheney Highway ? YOU RAVE a glad 3

SIDE-Bungalow with 2 bed- Smith with Henry Burch. Broker; shower large screened porch ven- I I Ave. 5159.I I 10 ACRES-Private lake An attractive WAREHOUSElfxgO bouse. sell located sad I is a sasS
I AVE. 10 W. 2-bedroom I KORT etlan blinds new electric
and sleeping porch: 2 screened 2-10. throuhout i !! homesite, the beauty of which ft on 50x140 ft. lot. (6500 vatS on today' Market at IMSSS
irame bungalow. Sunday and after rom. kitchen I
oak tle bath; life furniurethrolbout i{ SAVE TIME-See our window picture can only be realized by a visit. cash Immediate possession Asher or $12060 cash please call Lets fM,-
4pm. week-dayg. Furnished or unfurnished prbe. fln S.crfcele..I S.le. I display of homes Next to the FlorI ACREAGE PROPERTY > ..8 Peter Rc-altor. 12 S. Main 2-O786
I : 1-car I SOUTHEAST-Exquisitely furnished I al acres on pavement. 1 4 miles al. Broker 30rtaI
1 By owner. ea. tsr unfur.h. Ida Bank. Grorte H Kittredge A ranch about 7.OOO of miles from
Lot 75x175 feet with citrus large bungalow a i I r acres I ZfU.o. 20 Orlando
HAVE
J. IAY SCHOOL SECTION Nice Price (1090000. furnished I ISO- 2-rm lot. Price o By owner. Tom.E. Dal. B01 1 Son. Realtors. 17 E Central phone 2- acre. Fine livestock farm. 1.OOO I b.tI' and acres of lilies I rent YOU PHOrWTY t* ceO 'if
frame bungalow.garage. Co. 25 land.pe 113.5.terms. _ _: 3176. SIS 120 A of : Sowtbrra claiNfte) Beal *a-
r 24ro l 500.OO cash. Bette* Investment Oe. Klttredge Son .cre. an acre. aces toed your dor. park tiant oak 14'. NET INVESTMENT Two tate will be feature
I Near bus. : WINTER of the handsome I' trove land. John's Lake and pine. tv well. dock on (M aja.
.r Vl abo W. Wan.tn phone 1. Realtors 2-3176. PARK-ne I ANT TO MAKE some money? Buy .r. $15.5OO p 4boat I, house*--Income $140 month Price October lv-26 Kavetaiher 3-0-14-33-
and Fruit trees. I I affords .
that
I CI H- two story this new 36"48 building rear of 80 arres. fine site on ar'es of yccig. euro and other .
30 Seed .
i $10.XW.( 1153 Crau Are. descrIption af
Winter
{ tion. rash, balance: monthly.Ask the comfort with o John's fruit e ywar Ma*
114 I maximum of living foot concrete I lake fine trove land-low at lahe shore has been drep-
CITY I SPRING LAKE story. 4 40xlS lo. was Park erty We 11 ad wttk
for. saagrst aa
f I lRTHWET LMIS-.CnrM TRRACE2 I i I its four bedroom two i 37' I! and lundaped 3-room arte
Lake dis- >
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i H.l7 b.th e for ,1.0. E"fn.
i furnace usd can M.lt.nd for approval
bedrooms. 2 cont.ctor your Every
I *g aabliaaid
LAKE: DOT SON-Dpin. prj j decorstine. 'etc. DtN of a.ra and garage. b.th landscaped. and two living rooms bt sunroom easily be Into a home trlc& make good and !!1 cacm furnished 112.0 cash. Dr S95OO. SUBURBAN S-apartment ta one *r more of a14ve dates wM

feet rDdttn pil I In a very nice spot. O.ner sell ,2..1 Owner leaving town. Ask for H-1158. on 'almpst an acre plot with Price to settle an estate (4 OOO with $4500. See H. E. Wheeler with I I H. Pool Ownr building fully rented. Present in- be reprinted wlthovt charge IB Pal
Steely Immediate posses- for only down. balance at fine frD' trees terms. Exclusive with Frank Crebs. I i Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E I 60 mile east of Ocoee rpme. $180 per month. For particulars Catalog af Soiithera
Cuaul
,' con of apartment and ai (10(50 it'g a 115 price $4500. Here 1:, SOUTHEAST SECTION 'bedroom two with maid' room Real Estate 507 Metcalf Building, ,I I' W.shnlon Tel. 5124 or 2-2628 I f.ACEl e. 27 acres 5 call Mr. Klott with StlmpsonStatoa. Writ "Southera ftral Bt4r ttatk.!**"
month frame bungalow built in 41. com- Handsome kitchen equipment I Mctcalt Bldg Phone 5159 '
a good ta..rlet C. R Emertck.Braitor. cant be beat for total I 1: t Ia phone 7178FURNIHED atr $ per acre, trs. Asher Peter New York ScraM Trtwwa lee Few
furnished all kitchen.
pletely gas I I I '
I. oaDe Phone i iI : price. Exclusive. William M.thews Corner Cloze to tracery eluded Price 526.50,0 with tems HOME 3 bedrooms I ORANGE BLOE3OM .Realtor. 12 S Mlln. 2-786. HOME WITH L'ICOME-On a pretty York City 1$
If 734*_ 1I I .ith J. Daniel Kolar. 2-4388 781. lo. ahol. ,.1 Call Dana O'Har.- nice clean place modern | 330 ft highway TAII 'cre.I 441. shady corner Is this neat bunta _
and on line. Just of Lan- Moore. .83 109 E. Pine. Tis I ] Clerd 6 miles out 3 room cotta. t REED LISTINGS po all bleSs of hem-
.I I LAKE FRONT-There >a a home oa NORTH SECTION-Home. a carter Park. This Is a good value at ; in every way Price (7.000 and worth high lend 235 ft. 4 In. Right I I screened porch 2 la frit low. It has 4 bedrooms and two Bfvse*-Ftlitai ataUan*. gracwrte.
the lake in your futu. 3 bed and b.pplne: you $7950. Good terms Stripling with M. I IJ !I 2 BEDROOM frame bungalow exceUent it. Terms to riuht party Phone location on Florida best highway. 130. terms O.rlett.cr.. kitchens 3 outline entrances. Three ete. Clients walttag H P. IKIaagl,

p I aDd bath. Lots ae. lawn can have it In this bungalow of 8' Moss. Broker, 132 8. ; phone i;'I' 8ndlton Electric stove. f1. Noble Smith Real Estate 124 Priced right terms. Jim M. Caldweil I Mis: 2-174. rooms are rented for (45. It Is well Realtor Carrigaa Bvfldta 6TX N.
M.t
( o. water. Another. 2 brms rooms From the living room look 6977.' I water tubs. deep< with Asher Peter. Realtor 12 8.Main PRIVATE Furnished, All'for (8000. Cell Mr*. Orange 2-4 MlIF ,
kt new and moer. L.1 ID I i through large plate glass picture window bungalow.I I'j I weU. electric pump. Large chicken 1 I TOMORROW WHAT? Pride and Joy : 2-0786 lSLND miles from Orlando I Tyler with O'Harra Moore 2-2380 I
| SOUTHEAST-2-bedroom house and Work shop and I. with prl.t IT'S FOR SALE-CaB MU tad ayCly
.tfr. and watch the and bird
\ O.ne. 2-IWO. I .za attached garage. Corner plot. Completely ''I pn. .I is in a lovely home. CaU-Look- 15-9> roadway Rambling .
setting age. Large trees Dandy lawn' RUE 2 .e1ceU.n11 > uga. Reaiaar. Mete lf mt*
,
J! I l LAKE DT SECTION 2-bedroom life around large pnd. 1 furnished with H cash. ,, and shrubbery. S $6- Bay. Move in SO to 1 shot you'U say bf sold at looo I galow. Swimming dock diving board
l Owner sari aeU this amid a glorious radiant Key at office. 1'5 with C. P. '. Abut .c. I why dion'x we buy that luxurious 4 taken at once McKelvey. Broker | etc. First For quick i I ATTENTION. INVESTORS LISTINGS WANT!*-W* Save **
cash Vir- bat.
week. Price Call This home is insulated ven- !XcUSIY 7S. hal monthY. tile bath home. Full Il ofenne. biyen if yea have the imaiiu.
dow t 19S. 1o.era Shumway. N. Orange palmed corner. 1 8 East Central Arcade. (1 'with
I I Ra Heat. Broker. Vogue UUd. and heated by hot air furn 2-3282. R.ltor. 14 1 with M. .J. Mos& ,1 I Health compels quick sale It list j I |' Carrels. IB kcr.J 18 E. Central: :.Prepare for Winter Touristg. Can A. T Carter *)!(, Jaaiersoa *
I : 8253.LAKE i fireplace .library. A wonderful 132 S. Main phone 6977. Exclusive Claybauxh. i BETWEEN 5 and acre on the 6S61 or 4328 jd Caner 17 8 Main
I kitchen breakfast room SUBURBAN-Lovely furnished homein 3 HOUSES On of Washing- .e.thlne.. |I Northwest corner ef a beautiful [, I
I I corner Realtor REED
I IYA1tHOE.-4a block north. Met.lf Bldv See us for modern guest home We FOR NOKTHEMN SVy-
t I I Cottage In rear 1* new and ha 3 a setting of shade I ton and Bryant Streets for ...Iecbe.p. i' Make..About 9 mile from Oilando. I
I 1 bedroom new masonry home :, butlu ASK THE MAN on the street or ourhundreds i An ideal have a few that are ideal locations 2 wr 3 btdrawai bests. raia>awi(
bath trees 5 high and spot for
There is a acres your home. Price
I. lavely shaded lot. A real buy at ( and b.t. offering attractive profit Special or anfuralabed Fraak Meat Sort
nom ,, 3 baths. fruittrees. I I of client about our $4500, terms. FARM Twenty Run- I *
and at the end of thegarage. dry bedrooms. H4 40 Phone A. T. Carter, SMA acres
t ( Thelma Kineald with H. P. .ttlon.n big Price (15- 3 COMPLETE APARTMENTS-Nicelocation I courteous friendly and unhurried real l 9516. Jamerson and Carter stream on price and terms er. 533 N Westmoreland. Flip,

f; H Rar. Cana. Bd. 672 N. Ort enough. for a bedroom* playhouse Property beautifully 000. Ser.nt S Qu.rter.0 WilburStrickland lovel lot. Large 'P.r- I estate service. G0.1. H..Klttredge & ;I, 70 E. .Centrl. Realtors ,i sou. Four-room hou.proprty. Oo{j Sam A Hutchins. Broker or Mr FREE APPRAISALS oa poor tea
; ment available to Son. Busch. 409 3. Orange, phone
Centr.l. phone i We will give yew aa eettmata Ore
J i .
23 Church health forces him
9O large Broker. ; Re.lor. '
landscaped 11. ACRES fUrbhd. Ower'
\ hs ; chaser. Ph. 2-7724 on large | 2-0583. 1
LAKEFRONT .ne frontn. 10 f. [ I of charge oa the carreat assist
IDCEBautl citrus trees. Lot street. An 6675. 2-316. lake Five .el. S OOO 0. See Mr. Windham ,
t fully located wit rlr.n rlb estate in the .for (30.000 cash o I SUBURBANr-Niee frame. 2 bedroom 3-ROOM HOUSE and bath furnished. COURTESY OUR BYWORD No> mle.. Lindorff. Wlnt.P.r" P. Realtor, 6 East value af yoar property Re bMg stUaI
\I en one af I I SO 150 lot. Wonderful building 1.6. Re.ltr Phone 7(11. Wai Mathews wtth J.
flalakea terms. It of special appeal for bungalow, 24 assorted citrus large x I rush no high pressure. Shop for 2-3983 Pine; pone 5812. I
bedroom and bath fl.t nor 3 I t who wants to stay young :' fenced lot. half block to bus. I let 1750 Walker Ave. Winter Para- j I your home in a congenial atmosphere 477. I HOME AND BUSINESS LOCATION 1 Daniel Kalar Broker _ _
I''I bedroom and bath oa nor. II retied a hobby of his home and and churches. with &o.: 5 furnished home. Ideal I I at our convenient I !. located office 53-1. Ranches and Timberland on Main Westside business street GOOD MORMIKO-Mr Davis *est-
I and double garat.. Owner de 610 1 0 1480. BERM. next to the Florida Bank. George at important corner a property lag. Ye
D grounds C. R. Emerick. Realtor rash. Johnston l.ton. income. Ask i H BUY A GOOD FARM-10 acre good is f air. well be glad la MKI
\ t a" lel.t...1.. Price of (19.500 N. Orange: 7348 Henry,_Broker. 6 PWOI St.: 6545. .but th.Phone 6911 Noble Smith. Klttredge & Son. Realrs 17 E. CAT RANCE 'Since 1911" J'ld. some fruit. Good 2-bedroom with 90-foot frontage. 28O feet deep I your property. One of our aaktanum
Ialud. coplet furhlnu. Rex- well Y 124 S. Main. 1 Central phone i ii Realtor. home, furnished. Hardwood floors, and very usable six-room house. A win be eat today M lamed tt
t A.*. NORTT-rom. flre SOUTH SIDE-2 home with 'I location for home and business Thank Pisces 760*. C .
B. Dark.ReaHar.
McW Ra.11 I. Or.n. NEW probably knows a i yoa
J i 2 BEDROOM HOME-Delightful 12 S. Main. in 1
I, 417. bun.low. .. v _! living room, dining room completeelectric -ROOM MODERN HOME-All lan cot.ae r.r. paved road eletic Price. (9850 OO Call Ray Holcomb 41 W WasaiMtan
-- The Darn ana 5505 kitchen bath breezeway and room and closets; large !i city location between 2 lakes. On miles from Orlando. $ 0.
%I drain Eleetrle kitchen. Roulatone. garage., Completely furnished. 3 rooms and garage on 10 80114.. i large lot & nice lake view 10minutes 54. Lots for Sale I', eash Clyde McKenzie Broker with O'Harra-Moore. 2-0836: 109 E. DONT LIST YOOR PROPERTY wNkme

I CONWAY SECTION-WeH 10 Realtor: 2-2532. \ \terms. Open Sunday IIOo. Make ideal apartment or office. 12.i downtown. Large ,I- 110 W. Central 2-4775. I. Pin vale** yew want I* MU. Meaty
I t ca&and about 1 block from On Lt. NORTHWEST-We have Just listed I :Burnett. 37 S. Mam. pon'2-jofj I ISUBURBANrom 750 with easy terms. F. A. AII| rooms, screened porch for cover I II BIG BEAR LKTe real DI.e for Buxcb. Broker, 916 Kaal. 2-UfO.
Cn. pbU ba \ 17 W. Washington t.* throughout paved and I that I'
it close a nice 2-bedroom bungalow, completely ; house R.ltor. wih flnl. swimming Business Property for Sale '
".. .ut and uPr\ \office al furnished la a quiet neigh- Nic unfni-. 6. ROOM HOUSE. Running water. 8 I Ii monthly.9350.See this.(2000 CaU cash P.balance !i, and b.taa. the lake 7 56 GOLDEN HAS IT- SO. Business Opportunities

bungalow. redecorated U I borhood. Living prh tie b.t. tU> ;l..a deep new electric pump. i i' miles north on Orange Blossom with H. F. Boland. Carrittn Field .ere. al. Drive p.aPwer Club> APART-6 unit. aU attrac ,
_- I good condUon ReD 2 aa kitchen i facing 3 streets. (3.OOO 00 Mr. Trail. Owner: Hensley'a cabins Just' Building. 672 N. Rr.lor. Hous and for trees. t.el furnlhe. Also 2 extra guestrooms Tourist Court Location-On* of the ANTIQUES sad used furniture-Present
Wt bdl oak floors, large P.2-4551 settle estate only Exclusive. best locations for motor court en income (135 ta (1(4 dally,
7 aend blinds fireplace { ;Stone with M. D. Bailey. Realtor. 30 beyond overpass. Immediate possession I 1180. Ne.IT ceor'led and mostly tgtventory -
r a b.U 2 acres prcb. bearIng closets deep lot. Reasonably priced I I112.S. I E. Church Phone 4767. : NEW PLASTERED HOME. Good loca ,, HatnIS. Re.lor. 6. Central new ". decontrolled. 17-02 Highway. SO ft. oa hlabway arwuad aasoo 5-year leas at(4O

I. utrns tree suitable tU. C. R. Emerck Rator; 610 tOD Near Clear Lake. Some fur- CAradet Income possibilities now (450 running 600 ft back to beautiful per month available Beltta ad

p shipment 80.0 termW.. B. Ornu: SUBURBAN-2 acres house.of Furnished.About land. 5-. 7-ROOM hardwood FRAME floors-2-car 2-story rclienC. I I', 3500. Owner 1635 Grand SEVERLYSHORESA hew choice month. Priced at (28.OOO with only lake. AU cleared with new 2-bedro account at alckaesa. MJ5O rash. Caft
I Nicholson. 14 Main. garage Ave I I locations are still In this (10,000 Balance (100 month at concrete block house furnished iorowner's Homer Sewell Winter Park 5-5254.
- SECTION Large 3- cah.
Dy 1al.bl.
Ratr. S citrus tree and other fruit. converted to duplex. Price (13 000 I | I
NORTET 14 ', beautiful Immediate Exclusive '
1 j Act 15' use occupancy with Hackel-O Meal. Beal-

2-bath bungalow. Like Priced Ask for I COLONIAL 2 .ecUon Restrictions interest. See Mr Stewart with
I sell Henry C. Doug- R-1165 Harold V. HOUSE3 bdrm.
bdm. 15. Condlct This is an outstanding boy A. C.Golden. tore; llg E Pnhlniaa dial -TK3..
Venetianblinds I you Can 2-3129. Wai-i Harold Shepherd Realty Co- 20 E.
I quar-
less. bah.
Realtor. 2-3223. Realtor. 37 E. Central dial | pwdr
a1191IW : :
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C.rtd toulhout Pne I tee Rose Investment Co. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando BAR
!' ba. Completely furnished -49 i Washington St. Phone 5124. AND RESTAURANT Pakae
.tt.cU. 2-b fan. Lot Owner says sell SOUTHWEST SECTION 5-room 18% INCOME-ici"II a sweet high- I' with furniture All .n' Ave. Orwin Manor f 3rO 1 1 Ave. (near Maitland underpass). store cembiBtkaa am af OrlB4a'a
Ilok buu.lw; lru : bOQxlSO. i< house with large lot. Not finished. i producing Income property lot electric kitchen: pro. and drapes N Ave. I APARTMENT unit. I0 mont Winter Park Open Sun I best spots. A
tow gwalB ffcr 14
room. See (13.500. Has (6000 bank mortgageat I I I income. Business I **
wit Price Some Henry C. 150x222. wen located on north side.l 1 '
J thia (44 month. Exclusive with Fred i 155. ter. i i 125.00. Shown by appointment only COLLEGE PARK-Paved I Ii I year now groaatag aver (IfMM
with I per I are interested in well busi- I
I atr
I ale ma. ofe. SmU I I Pout U E. Pine; 2-3223. A neat S-room bungalow and three I! 3 I I.ted 1
I Henry 2-10. Carrels. Broker 118 E. Central; Ph.. apartments all completely furnished 1614.SlLP. i X 145 (750 Hmton. Realtor nK lot with income, .e'U glad per year. easo wine year keas Owner's
8581 or 4328. j SOUTHEAST SECTION 3 bedroom I i 5613. E. Robinson: 7632. I; to show and quote price. Herman BEST BUY ON Highway 17-92. Tourist other biwiae interest eaaa4
i .LAKE 3- and now producing (2.712 BUY
per year C.I i
EO SECONlr and bath house completely f ur- Trailer Court site. Beautiful his presence sex af twa aatf be
NORTHWEST Elegant section. I I Seldom able to offer I _Cayb.Ulb. Rr.lor. Metclf BIde.I CLOSE IN Residential Goodwin. Inc., Broker 677 N. or be
I are suchan lot
.br ho.. do !| nished. garage apartment not I Ii we on Hari i I O lake, cleared land ahade trees with streets a* to ell at the else-ewes
Al
9855 I Ii
tile 6660
bedroom yard block ange: or
Convenient to opportunity to
: schools andshopping. at terms. Vj Orange. See sign
.J
finished
i can be completed at a 114.80. new 2 bedroom furnished bouse. aU price af 02.500, via stack (IMtt
(10,500. Ann Goodwin wit We front an'e.. nominal coct to produce revenue. cash See Mr. Utte Harold I I PRICE REDUCED-_Value 1* still here on lot. Lots of .b.de one grapefruit i i APARTDTunt. Recently re improvements Deep well, plenty of cash will handle P. Mr. kettle w4th

C I Herman Goodwin Inc..C77 N. tile living rom I House has been completely redecorated Shepherd Realty .. 20 E. Washir.rton i This is a good four-room frame, Paved .treet .Ide..lk and aweral. decor.te. furtlr.. Good land. Immediate occupancy. Priced | Harold Shepherd Realty Ca20 E.
9855. car 100 ft. lot. Kitchen I St. Phone 5124. I> bungalow. Electric lights paid .
i .a. and In excellent condition. Lot i* Water for Henry Broker. I, for rtred .. Close for quick sale. Owner going North. Washtagtaa at Puss 3124

meat included.. (13.5OO... 4. SammieFrancisco. Central ISO-ISO with space for an additional household plumbing furnished from i W. Church St. Ph. 654. to stares. Priced 112.0 ths property One mUe north of Maitland on 17- ,!, BAILOUMTESDbIO MACKflfl
LAKE Realtor house. good well by electric pump. Tank will net better .
two I Plenty of citrus fruit. DUBSDRCAD on
Price
92
I sec-1 Ia across DeForrest Packing Souse.EXCELI.EIl'I' '
.APed. Arcade Ph. I for COUNTY CUB ij i ROUTE Will act (MO tar 4 ***
gas heating
and cooking. I '
.
$8500. vestment.
bake 747. See Mr. Folsom with Harold 25 STEPS FROM Or.na Ave. HOI i tlon. Large easy Owner. 209 t. Park j; work monthly. (10W gait
f Price only (8.000 00. Bettes Investment NOTET Duplex. New. Each Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Washington and furnlt urerlrane nO in excellent' terms Pay monthly. 145. pa I Eramtia Awe.
Co. 25 W. Washington. Phone baa all electric kitchen. St. Phone 5124. Best postwar 3-bedroom > ccnditioa. Half acre fertile land with i I i, for when building LOCATION for man ,
.p.rment bungalow become i Side. close in. 4
cheater room fuel 40 young citrus trees. Garden and 1 m.ten.1 'I ATEEa' i ii business on main thoroughfare in Apt. N*. 2 Sunday at 4)2 W. Caansi8t
i 8513. w.tr SUBURBAN-6-room house 3 l largebedrooms I've seen at It's price (6200 cash i I space for chickens. Located in available. thi high i i separate utilities i fastest growing section In Orlando weekdays
oil tile floors, tile windowsills original -
he.te. t ; hardwood floors lot 150x and (56 monthly. check thiswith I i class section Is bound to i and Modern in every de-
; Bete
i Conway it tee.5e entr.ncs. I 50 to 10O ft. frontage at less than BUSINESS
.
and convenient Uanxoe
window screens. Don Dudley, 2-4745. setement. I rapidly in value. Buy -DaBy MwMt-
FRONT 150 ft. front 300 't. off main paved road 1 Showing
L on fn Right bus line IS on I to t': t.1 lo.Uon o.e prevailing cost per front foot. Buy lea for basin aaiall .
shol. cad
on !celenloattn surface .ne .trs. of this W* with **** latt*
: Mr. Harmon
Furnished 2-bedroom (4.450. 2. incre.s. -
.teeL Prc. Available at 1m. 12. presncetnlL now on our easy term* and watch If ,
I Price (12.600. t beautiful you west sell call M7B8UickiaBd.Braker W5es
lots right the .
low, landscaped lOt lp payments. i :dceb'la lan on : with W.
20 c.sh $2.250 cash $25 DnRel. 4 your investment grow a* yon pay .
Realtor, Rm. 4. Central Arcade permonth. 23W ps5.
i ; course. and I Washington _
trees. (10.750. C ok.fr 7407. : Realtor. Call 4767. F. B. McNutt-Heasley. Realtors 1$ .W.te. l.ht. gas busavailable. I : 789 Sln. 2-295. Paved streets sewers and (B utilities > :

C 4 '; N. Orange: 2-2471. I Lynch. S.lesm.n.8UNSHNE I W. Washington St land. I.nd., & B I j; APARTMENT BUILDING 6 apta. Corner -available if desired. Call Car- BU8LXLS3 USTIIiOS $ ;;

feet on lake, NORTHEAST Near Colomaltown. PAK Duplex; nicely 1.0 DOWN-DUPLEX N. Orange 2-4551 Bldl. 1 I Nice, clean. Completely furnIshed 2 rigan and Boland. Inc. Carrigaa Manse O" Pre rWkBaalaeM
L CNW.Y-6 ; : ,
lovely bedroom bungalow evenings 2-2534. Headquarter
2 exquisitely lit K Oraage
I ,_____
room frame home. funhed: 4 rooms i block always rented andwaitins Bldg. 672 N. Orange: Ph. 2-4551. I
.I .ne bah' In this fumlbed. corner l.nd.p : eletnc aparment ; Princeton near N. Orange. 2 complete I 51-1. Lake County Property I EXPOSITION PARK- lot*. Brick: ,For eqU sale. Deal with

erty. At price. Detail prop lot. near school tetel aop Magic Chef : circulating heaters furnished apartments. Price I highway to park. (125 each. owner. 67 E Livingston.BUSINESS BUSINESS oePosTvsmia Sees

I la our brnl. Noble Smith. Real ping cntr. If ma wU ; A-l condition: 2-car garage; 18,0. Balance (60 monthly. Better II I I Terms Lane with Heran Goodwin. : "PROPERTY you believe 1920 Phone 2-bOQS. Re 1. 41 W.Ceutral. .

Estate. lif 8. Main: phone miss ba\ b.rl.1 we have Home and income (11.OOO term Sam t now. Don't phone. C.rler Inc. Broker. 677 N. Orange: 9855. in the investment future of GOLDEN HAS IT- Freacati V. Steele.
in six Joining husband '
i
month. Owte Johnson Co.. 208 S! Main. Cb.bt with A. T. Davis. 33 READ EVERY RARDINGAVE.-Otf 1cilirn. downtown
In the price for' WORD- i| bUlines property InvestlI -
'
Open
.. LAKE FRONT-Exclusive listing sale at $9.500. Exclusive SUBURBAN-2 room and bath: large Steet. Sunday. 2 to 5. I Paved street, high and dry. insured I gate this piece on West ChuroBHa ,, Splendid cite for motor court and BEAUTY SHOP-* eg

Seclusion U the by-word. 25 acres. Imel.t Klttredge.Son. Real lot; water and electricity. Furniture I i t Desirable 1-story home high above, title. P. O. Box 2241 Orlando. I small house on It which, palnl- trailer camp on 17-92 Hwy. 500 ft lent tocatlan. OalaUMlM v *

600 feet of lakefront. 2 bedroom furnished wit. 00. H. o Included. 2375. terras. Lane II ,' and overlooking beautiful navi- INDUSTRIAL : ed.mibai would cover tax cost until build- on hIghway Insured title. A C. GoU at (2750. Immediate >ngm an. CbS

: bungalow guest apartment NORTHWEST SECTION Owner leaving with Herman Goodwin lc. 677 N. I (7200 BUYS nice 2 bedroom andsleeping I gable Lake Dora at Mt. Dora. Sonthi 150 ft. Suthe.s'BUSIES LT-. I ins time Price (7.8OO Cell O'Harraj j: den. Broker. 1121 N Orlando Ave Ctoenaukt Jeaalaas. IKeaMn..
and work room. A desirable suburban Orange Ave; 9655. porch home. All furnishedand exposure with large screened I tral and Clark F. Bryan. I Moore. .Realtors. 2-O836. 109 E. Pine. I near Maitland underpass;. Winter (72 M. Orange 7O4I

". 'k.1 Terms are available. H. C. city.and 3 bedrooms.must sell h ho.screened immediately. 'I I in good condition. Good location porch. Living room 15x24. He.t, Buses Opporunites 118 .CH-' CENTRAL AVE.-Ideal business locai I I Park Open Sunday. t I BEAUTY SHOP-tee***** tatafia

.B.bok Jr.. with Robert R Te porch. Venetian blind Circulating SMITH S. WEST-An exquisite home near elementary school This is a realbargain. I i! Later fireplace and I E i Uon. 63 ft. on Central Ave. 9-room j and business (M6O rath. a* tvraa.
.
13 W. W'&ton 61t. oil heater. Garage and work pree"e detail. It has a I Some terms. Sam A Hutch- he.te. Two 12x12 bedroom, each' KALEY: SCHOOL SECTION 16 lots duplex. 3-rar garage. Income from 1 Will pay for itself la 4 aee15& 254

t t .your realtor. shop. Near Princeton S bus. I o.erlokl. a beautifully ins. Brokr.. or Phone Mr.2-Bush 409 S. Wit Jw. eXPae. ample cot 1325 each. (275 whole plot.-Clover-' duplex (104 month. All for (10500 TOURIST COURT-Most excellent location 8 MaIn.I .
'
.; and Priced sale landscaped 2 generousbedrooms Or.ne A.e. bult-l1 tubsbo.c. Ade lawn and Worebester. Ph 5987. -. cash. King Real Estate. 30 E. I and especially suited for
.LAKE LANCASTER SECTION. Won at ( .hoppln.. Ray Lennon with Joe a cozy living room bree_ (10.0OO WILL BUY duplex on lakefront quate .p'c I i Church: 8435. "Open Sunday." i lady or middle aged couple as the I
derful 2 story tile and O. Myers. Realtor 6838. I way oak floors attic fan. it's insulated lot. 75 by 227 feet. Various room linoleum floors and plywood :, LAKEFRONT BARGAIN-In beautiful; ,i CENTRAL AVE-Ideal business location i I work and up-keep would not be CAMPSITE RESTAURANT-
cncre too. Here Florida living citrus trees. (900 worth of buildingmaterial Interior sheeting throughout. Interlacheo. A fine lot cost '
.con'rctoa cost original : NARCOOSEE I at I tba : 63 ft. on Central Ave; 9- heavy. Also room for expansion if
o"Dr RA 5-room and It* best for ( For further detail on Each apartment Landscaped 100x225. Under house 1.8. must b sacrificed this should
Lot 85x150. lake 12.7S. premi. lot 1.0. room duplex: 3-car garage: Income be desired Income anthorizes Wen knows and esishliehod! Wtatcr
10.0) front In early I
3 bm 2 b.th. 4 bat good value Bu' 4. call Ray with Joe G. of 4 rom. bath fully fur I garage Entire and basement. Tile I I Cal O'H.r.-More.. Realtors. from duplex (104 monthly. AU for the price of (25.000. term I I business catering M Mm stem
acrea 155. Myers. Realtors, 6638. nished. repair. Can boughton rof. house in excellent Pn. Phone '
A. T. Carter,
wner wU aU 12.0. aUr.cthe Gardner Estate 29 b conciton 810,500Lb cash King Real Estate 9516ameraoa trad (336B hisS grate MMt aal
Occupancy Nov. .
reasonable 1st.
for V. Rea 8 tem. Sam Hutch- LAKE waterfront. and Carter. Realtors, 12 8 Main.
ter. .cto Court: 2-4481. CNWAY-B.utu 3O E Church: 8435. "Open Sunday. equipment, Win Mil as baaiBnt wra
Ins Broker or Busch 409 8. Orange le. it price of (12.OOO for quicksale. .
N J e with at '
D.J69 NORTHWEST SUTHET-Lk vi.. lew.t Ave. Shown by appointment only : : e.C' CRENEY MIORWAY-CIOS. In. 330n. favorable leas asS 3-belie aearVwient
132 8. Main: h o -Roomy frame bungalow Phone 2- 583.I (175O. I Realtor I ; 2-2532. 1 i ,
with front and rear porches tr.c. : bu..low. through Harry E. Morse Co., Realtors new route. Excellent site for MODERN WAREHOUSE Outside avallaale ar will ett *qqMgMB(
large bedroom oak floors attractive A rom with 2 bdrol I HOUSE-Small with large lot $75 Fla ph. &. I LAKE FN'-olce bomeslt on :I trailer park or cebins. (25OO Lane I I City oa highway Ha railroad aldI separately tw ie buyer Ma rasa-
LAKE ITANHOE-Lovely new 2 bed b.t with Best con cash Next to last hO. Od.rdAn. I E.t on easy i, with Herman Goodwin. Inc., Broker. I{ Int. See Marcus Floyd with Settee able offer witt be igfatd.
.; room bungalow: large UYe-om: trig fuls addition including a e lee 'UlctOI. Near school. Price only F.lrlew .. ,1.I terms. For other good lot offerings' I[I 677 N. Orange: 9855 i Investment Co 25 W. Washington

I large ktben with tile 3-ear kithen ter I a 8.5 wlb terms .ranled Well WORKING MAN'S Wen see James 3. H.ctett Realtor. 1317 St. Phone 8513. Bee owner aa areauae ar wiSe p. o.
closets garake: lrn 28.2 new lo.EU.n' & Pine: 3 SPE front | CENTRAL FLORIDA ESTATES Silgh Depot." : CLOSE IN-Large guest home. 15 Box 6(7, Clermaat. Pin
.. lo. for .pare' bUilt > Lakefront and city lota. BI.d AC II room Water In all room 5
Price Ph.
frntan. 82..0 tem. Price 12 orange One i I Orors'f.rs ..58.LKB
S hme worlahoD. Do- .r'le. trea property bath*. Let us show you this property.
Marue Call O'HaraiMoore VIRGINIA DRIVE-Home and In-. blot to city limits. City f.cUtlea i i lulness. J. D. m.n'le FON Roper Realty Church and 57. Real Estate banned
Washington Street. Phone (106. Come. This I frame bungalow count the beet ; mHt. AtI. LTI Itrl.ten. I RAflCH''iM .
.5 Realtor. 2-0836: 109 E. Pine. a I.re t.se. I. er. Clermont. Box 161.I eon.enlence.. ReI Main: 2-3433. CHICK&16 .4hedwhome.
consisting of today's at terms. stricted .. I OWNER WILL TRADE (204)00)
rom alcp $.7S. Nydegter In Co., 506 ra-| Iccated 5. 3 aeges, pest
..j LANCASTER 1 block: log porch and bath for Asher Peter, Realtor. M.t I Colonial Dr.: dil CHICKEN FARM-7 miles from Orlando. burban estate <2l'. acres) 3-bed city iImita.-seveeej Ssadrs Is
PA oner. _
1. win like 8.
ORw MNORYo 52. Groves for Sale I 3\i miles from Winter Park. home
plus
room for
Bungalow 5 th a four-room and bath apartment MILLS STREET 'T city residence. Barn birds -tally .eolposd for eass
newly painted Inside and brm. Nic le. 2-rm bun.aw and also In the main dwelling. Inaudition 2786.fNIHE HOME-Modern. beauti I -m....-. or irrngston.ExceUent multiple 1 1-6 acres of excellent land Modern chicken houses, riding corral avail-1 I! 6O trait tree gas a96sa g,

8ato near bu and stores .- l..&on. ConyentnranPr there la a two-room garageapartment. fu lot. good bus service. GROVE 7 lj acres heavy crop. m', dwelling., lo.U with Don Dud I' 2-bedroom bungalow wired for electric able Call Ben F. Fields with H. House wen faralahi Price (U .

115 cash. Bam Johnson Co. low for this b.t m.tr'l. Pced I Owner going north and l.nd.p See it today. acres additional land. Lake and Realtor: 2-4745 '., kitchen, city water; 28 heavy F. Boland. Realtor. Carrigaa and ; Wilbur Btrtcklaa Seeker O W.
208 cash nellhbrb.. Abu' will sell for only (7.SOO McNuttHeasley. Phone 6911. $.0. Real Estate hard road frontage A. G. Ile bearing orange trees; 3 outbuildings, Boland. 672 N Orange; 2-4551 er Church: 647$.
moth. Call Realtors. 18.5. ORANGE AVE.-Or win Manor aU rat proofed: electric brooders and 540-R Winter Perk.I .
Lee Crawford for 1 W. Washington 124 8 M aln.COMPLLY. Wagner. Broker 1209 Ph. ,: WIn i CONCRETE BLOCK PtUTTequipped
Inspection and full St. Phone I I ter Park Fine I, feather picking machine. Property -
.
Robt. L. Realtor. & 3-213. I bUdln. 1 Sl WILL TRADE-13*i acre producing I EMaMlafced
Inor.tn Pryde. FURNISHED 3 bd- reasonable Box 91 fenced and cross fenced for chicken I Basses.
LAKE SECTIONIS -. 2-4596. SSta. orange grove near Plymouth. Exchange priced, owner Ass (Spg
!'I I D 68 Or.na; rom moer tile bungalow 2. I runs with a number of elevated coops.
WINTER PARK-Beautiful 2-bedroom years acre fronting on GROVE WANTED-Need good grove I Ideal income property with modern for filling station or ether Phone 2O694CONVALESCENT _
.. ( Putnam St. Open house Sld. ORWIN MANOR Seldom house. Lane living room. 2 bedrooms deep sandy lake Just outside city from 10 a r.UP. What have you? living accommodations. Price nnfnr- good business property. N. F, Lock- HOME
do lai
CM
2to5p.m.- we geta beautiful kitchen with automatic See Manic 21 West Washington ORANGE AVE.-200 ft frontage. miller, bit 1. Clermont. 51. miles

Large attic abestos roof ,
home good for than bnlt. WII.m. ; nished. 7950. terms. Phone A. T. and healthful lake rlj
We tevit to inspect U Ir. water heater electric Ideal for development or Invest-1| south.
you thl .
small garage with workshop and
r.nle. 8tret 110. "Buster Carter5 9518. Jamerso and Uoatverde
80.0. extra built. .bowe. seer I* a baas wttk bee
electric bent Offered at front I Iprice
but neat and clean furnished refrigerator. A floor space Immediate per foot I
bungalow possession. !
i room*, tile bath ; terms. Carter. Realtors 12 8. Main. bedrooms and
n. l.re oil heat. 111.5 teeMs aerea at laad
leaving for the North. heater for heating house, Howard with considerably comparableproperties. I 57-1. Beach Property
.Owae storage and laundry h.rd.od Jone Ma HOME AND GROVE-Near city limits blow a paved highway tdat
Price ( Lr. rom. A floors throughout and many Broker Mainphone. KohL d" Realtor CLOSE IN-Tourist Court site 4 tea seems Is
i plumbing We'd like 6977.' on paved street. G- house 668 N. Orange 2-4596. room furnished cottage. 1 block out la* ta bat good amalwUittt a* a
such i
Courtney Realty 392 North as chest of draw ;
fe.ture. COCOA BEACH
Good developmentInvestment
Avenue dial 2-2471. Ole this at only $.7SO. See Geo. P. Brass .o bedroom closet. Good CENTRALLY LOCATED west side: with 6 acr. e1tr. bearing ef city. High and dry. About 2 acres. |, rest Some ar a toanat Sores *Ma*
; i Realty Co. 1* E. Central t Guest home with & trove. crop more than Shade. (6OOO. I Ij opportunity. Home and It U lea lilac a sail te Lak*
iI A. Ph shade and shrubs, 18 fruit 1ro. 2.0 i Howard Broker; 3O6 N.
I I 6 ocean front lots, favorably located I
2-3155. tee. screened boxes Only ( One-half '
Price.
(13JOOO Cal
I (850O. Owner this 1.S. cah I Main: 7325. !iApoka.
put price pre la.le. Iundn. ORANGE AVEN. j Pulsipher. Realtor
01 Sam A. Hut or -Lot 65x140 Best ,
I quick *ale. A. C. Golden. Brk. 0..Ime.t J. Busch. 409 hln.. Broke. 2- I of locations. HUH. cleared. Priced I CLOSE IN-East: location tops: fine COCOA BEACH 'i o Harra-Moore. Itealters. lfifl K.
la Orlando
L UNDERl ux ORWIN Broker 132 | beach. Flue; 22390.DRUOSUIIDBT
SCONW MANOR-Are JOB looking fora 1121 N. Orlando Ave. MO. Or.ul. Pone .
I
: IncaI s. Main: phone OS83 to sell. (1250, H cash. A real val guest borne: clean as new; 4 bedrooms Mr. Pulsipher, the only realtor'
I.. twa sl large roomy home tot underpass). Winter .
cot on good Open Sun. I
Caldweil with : 2 bathe nicely furnished: will | STORE la Daytaaa
repair h lovely with no neighbors Jammed up close'Do CO't'l'AOE-One block of Cheney HOME AND GROVE-Close in. Completely -I ue. .1m' Asbe I '| over there, has lot and bouse* favorably
suit those who Beack. On at the
f with fruit and Make WI PARK-A real Florida home S. Peer. R.ltor. 12 S. Main: 2. are particular. S17.5OO. located reasonably priced. | s.e* -aaera
ffer. you want income property as wellas In a choice location. Extra Highway. South o GldeDro furnished 2-bedroom home term If desired. Loren Dunn, Stoker and beat stacked i ta the etty DtMsi
a home? I so. your search is large beautifully landscaped Road. 3 coome'fzroished In good condition with shaded lawn PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building i I 6 N. Brown 2-1269. I a good auaiaesa. laag lease. (MJBa.
over. This is- and only arounds (2300. fronting on paved street. First class I site; lake view and lake fronts. Attractive 58Real Estate Wanted '
Address p. O. B
i The T.rls.BUNOAW > 1345
Mill and Robinson atn well furnished For full information call 11.0 2ii trove of 320 bearing mostly prices. Carl !, DUPLEX and acre of land on good Daytaaa
0'1 baths huntmu:1t ful trea T.d. D.el Beach Florida
l..IT near son with Manic Williams. Realtor. large rl. Joer. 3rom; Valencia sour oper. 31 N. Orange: 2-O442. ; highway corner one and a half ACRES. home. businesses ceO' _
o and bua. 9500. West Street. Phone r. ful7 eler.17 eupp eler hawo! i crop 1500 boxes Included I miles West *f town This property | groves. Buyers waiting Courtney '1 IReelty DELTONI HOTEL-Priced far SFl
w.a.t. : WINTER PARK Beautiful
120 t lots
810.I IORW Br.nU' qu.rtr non. clu.Un. oil Oct. 810.800. Bryant exceUent would make good home *nd income 392,, N Orange; dial 2-2471 I( sale 21 rooms. des rtaara.
Beauty shop combination I over 2..1 priced .t screened porches Pre tet loaton low price to ll I bee and wine data
available.Exclusive i with Goodwin ; and trailer park too U desired. Price APARTMENTS i ) bartaew yearroand.
Home. Groves.
wit E F. Slayton Ra MORExQut -rom I (26. Mr. Wheeler with Her |1 Fully furbhe. O.rae. .torrm I 8' N Or.n.e: dial Inc.. Broker Owe 23 .Drive. I\I (7800 00. Call O'Harra-Moore. Real- Business Property.- -Stop ai yoa Located at Oak HW. Pta *aU
old Shepherd Realty Co., 20 E. Wash b 95.I Park.
6651. .
tor. 32 E. I tor. 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. e 1, 25 mile south a. Daytaaa
Pne landscaped rounds. Exclusive. For I I ington St. Phone 5124. Ivey St. An building in A-l condi LAKE FRONT GROVE and home- 2 LOTS-55x150 each S. E. corner I' hop next to Fla. Bank" and list It Beach. Consist af 3OO feet feMtat
LAKE LUCERNE SECTION-Fr- fuU call Audrey Pittmaa One block outside city city wa- I 20 12 acres in bearing grove. GUEST HOME-'Close to Post office with George Kittredxe & Soa. Real
| a. ft
p.nlcur WINTER PARK-Nearly new 6-room ton acra Fern Creek and Price oa 8. 1, 1-0 depth. Wip eem
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guest hoe. 1 rom bth& with Metcalf Bldg electricity. Owner 3 : large 2 story, 4 bed- Webr. and center of town. 7 bedroom torn 17 East Ccntral-2-3l76.
e Stl&n-t.tn. '
.c. looo Brokers everything complete far
Phone
masonry i ashy (23JO&Win
completely fur- oupte.Ped
b.na.low.
r ech.
4 Phone proeted nicely and completely furnished ini i
ca.a.. 'alO 1 block I I' I Including all gas kitchen: also for quick sale 18."S. loom frame hous (ned tome re 2-0926 I BUNGALOW ar small furnished take dowa. balaae aa easy
Woodruff fr. Lake ned ). eluding linens, etc. Building la
pairs ex-
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East 11 blocks
PRINCETON AVE. W. York house. Must accept A-l house terns. Brian sold by
1405
Lovely \ block Blyd Pce awaer. PleaM
suitable
Lucerne sad Delaney St School. 17.* buUdl.* .. to Are- Estate. Church; "OpenSunday j 26 CHOIC LOTS located Just I,| ceUeat condition. Garage can easily
home le.r school shopping center for any kind highway Pan \r nlhon 3 8> out, trailer si down payment Jim Smith. tall rn reraan
bu1ne
500. &rm. ..J. M. Brk. 132 on bus Excellent shade fsont frontage: about 2 30'land 70 Pecan to St. J.WHY I > 111t. City 11bt ', be converted into apartment. Corner > Rt 1. Box 13.BUNGALOWSA.
8 Mala $ 1 [ water lot 147x136 EAST (IDE Grocery and Beat
beautifully landscaped Mar
and rear, fruit trees oa high ground bearing fruit tree*. Onto (10.OOO.: $3.- WORRY about a pl. to bye LKFON GROVE-40 acre I' Exclusive with r.Lkeprvelu 'I good listing U a ket. Completely ewatstwd.
Priced to sell with liberal terms I wit
LAKE FRONT HOME-Cement brick with extra corner lot beautifully !I 000 cash b.l.nc$1,000 yearly. Offered when you can buy a new 2- I 32'acres in I 37 W. Washington :' i! sure sale!! We will furnish the tale* alerted, Owner mess *. sailS
: Phone A. T. "Buster" Carter. 9S16 Pinn
bungalow 120 ft on aaad LlberaUy In 1 exclusively by.. P. bedroom cottage pavement for Estimated 6.0OO boxes on trees. 90'loranges. Alln R.ltor. effort. If
a. lna.p. fm.nc. >.tt 01 you supply the product T 8000. Open 8 2512 Jamerson and Realtor
I Carter 12 8
bottom lake. from eaU Broker, 145 N. only $4250 On large lake only i ;
_ _ : downtw ten Joe I I M.I: 5809 C. Taylor Broker 3 miles I K. Bastings Realtor. 62* E. Central Streets Broker. 37 B. Umtm. FbB
fishing G. Myer 2516 from Orlando. ft. I ION LAKE BARTON-Choice* Main. 'i .
0.wll. btl. R.ltr. 29 West Washing N. Orange: 5644.ATTRACTIVE 600 l.teronCom- hoe Arcade); 4237.BUNGALOW 2-3063.
old. Jy. 1.1 ton St. "Fine Homes". plete irrigation I I sites. 125x330 ft. from paved rod
ea 881. TWO-BEDROOU ewpment wit eltri to lake. terms -2 bedroom in Colonial FILlING
and PAGE mo- pump or (1650 I PTAT1ON-4DIs4I taratwa. -
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r. tub bt.. Attch gas. A lice *AVE Owner permits this of- WINTER PARK- era frame furnished. Many ). (0 .U pr cash. W. Ins.. Broker. 4850Cheney GUEST HOME-Fine .location In section from owner About (6OOO or' real b.alseos. Prtwd a* H wS

C lovely borne and Grn'a buy- Only $7500. ?.em the'For*riee. He wanted fetu. 920 Ken'ut Ave. Winter tie hr. Al-bdhll psdbl Highway: 2-7144. I Orlando A real bargain. Confidential. (7OOO. Box 98 8-8tar. soak momy. lice M, Caldweil wt*
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a quick sale. Lovely 2-bedroom a 13.
: 66500. : residence on b.u.tlll Good COLLEGE PARK LISTINGS Wanted Asbrr Prier Realtor, la B. ttmlmoge
Term BEAUTIFUL lot. 4OO Geon* Painter with Asher
C'I frame I w.nt.
construc Lake Virginia. l0f. f. deep
80.0. S war Harold Shepherd tion. r taraa apartment Truly a DO YOU WAN1- to live ID a cleaol 8Uw.r with Harod Realty on one of largest Peter. Realtor. 12 8. Main; 2-0188. '-We specialise la properties of .

T Realty 2 E WashingtonSt. Ideal ineome property for elderly Asher at a most Peter.reasonable Realtor. Prce.. new home that fits your pocketbook W..h.to St. Phone 5124. lakes. Recently landscaped .1 lakefront this popular section A. O. Wagner, FILLING 8TATIOM AND Restavaat

Phone 5124. couple. 4b rash will' h.ndle. 118.0..786.I ? G cnrcton excellent LAKK COUNTY-35-acre grove 20 cleared Surrounded homes Broker 12O9 Edgewater Ph. 3-2133. -17.OOO gaUan already tkia BMBtk

iiiEOLA-3: blocks, duplex; fur- Peter. Realtor. 12 8. Man: 2.OTMT, M.t nelbrho. Mills: 19. Wht.Bro. acres t nice bearing age. 15 acre above the 1S.0 class. Priced befow COLONIALTOWN Bungalow with ta fptiag; ttattoa. Restaaraat avee

lower floor rom3 PRINCETON AVE. W. 216.NEW 7.ul.er. All P.nl Brown and market 1.2. Exclusive. Mr. full size dining room. OeenpanryOrt ate daring Summer HO per day 4
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"IU" 2 apt. new!" of your own "Ware 2.tfrlt MODERN 2-bedroom hoo. Hemline[ o sour 10\ stock. The W.le with nY R.al.o. OUP7T ROME-close in Good for 1st Betty Trent Evans. Broker Perhaps the best ansi M Orlamla Mr
om.: upper Nice pat ,! KOOOOO WETORELND DR. S rooms, wired for eJt. stove cor- buy we've heard only .1 W.hin.to'8. (45O monthly income Easily 349 N Orlando Ave. Wmter Fort 61' f' n.* atatlaa MM sal baitdto E
lal and out. j anur.. down. (650OOO I cmDleU!fure Bendix wash ner lot. 'e.r school bus and .ans.L 8 Borant Biwkr. 31 B, .
we Ma
"garage: fruit Ideal location: ewn- Vc Van Hoten Clyde er. Reasonably .ton. 1 ove I UCENTLE-FRN- financed. A real buy. LealGeeaiin.. OROVES-HOME3-BUSINESSSS
wb I Cash or responsible I i phone 33O63.Contlaa .
11 tea RealtorSpecialising .
14.0. tr t
Realtor, 143 N. Main 2-1464.
Must be sold. 11..5 McKen. Broker 10 priced. down Ll Gla : your property with axtreasrv
-.1&.ufere. .COo 208 Ka 2-5 Cen'r.1 Owner. Bee at L. p.yment. Or.e 1.. owne. 1401 W. i Or.14 I. I. F. Boland. Realtor, Carngaa Bldg. j Realtors Chenault Jeaaint Inc.
Main 2-1464. I
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; 60. Buslnttr'Opportunities ; 60. 'Easiness Opportunity i 64. Help Wanted-Female 65. Help 'Vanted-Ma1e ,69. Work Wanted-Female 75. Used Cars for Sale_ 75. Used Cars for Sale 76. Trallere-Tmcfcs for Sale '

FROZC2C CDSTAJIO' Oood 'e< i tzttttttI-&tar
Mens Good lease. 1'I O jSTABuHE. Oil completely COOK-White. experienced. For tea PICKING FRN-d experienced MIDDLE AGE widow. 25 years experience BUICK-1938 tudor special sedan i JEEP STATION 1947. ENJOY TOUR VACATION across, Sunbal

Priced rtihtfar tak 0.I.loatloD.. I I lane clientele. Real money Ice maker.with f fI i room 473 South 01.11 Avenue. 8.1 local m."ail.. apartment I' Radio. Good conditoin. 1083. K Ac I! Drnl 1700 WAG. I the nation in the world's finest I FLORIDA ,
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&t 00. .IU C B Da,1 atr, 41 Owner* poor health and doctor ori i 'CLERK-TYPIST with sales ability for I colored crew. wage Apply O- houses etc. would hi.m.nal.meDt W Motors. Corner Garland and I 9 N. Orange; 2-4531. cmbl.1 10.11 trailer. Spartan Manor. Save SEE '4 PAGE '
1 Stale 1
W Grove
W. ton. once Amelia
In Open guoday.
job apartment I
& I oer to retire only reason for selling. 1 office Box 109 ZeU.o. Ya. or I j jI MERCURY FORDOR 1946. r.dl I a demonstrator. Prank Reed
YVPJITVPZ STORE II U Interested write P. o. Box 024.1'' -a.era. .ork a. t 12 00 Noon. rooming honse. Local resident and I Ii I: BUICKS .- well a* other (I beater airfcam seats seat eo. r'l i Trailer S.Ia 201 N. O.DI Bloe-

can** G .00-aut. H M j Orl.ndo P.., for interytew.CQ3IPLETZ I I \ODE OFFICE GIRL-.Knowl- > PLANT HE-e )1. Wilkinson for Interyliw.T. between -. i .set erence 5. Phone 2-7301. f; Rise selcUol A Orange Buik matr Co. !! 229 N. Blvd DLrd. Ph. 48-R I I sons '.1 5ZMMWIATZ DELIVERY
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Lr : I 1 I NURSE, companion: drive H. N. Ave.
RL ne Orlando Clean BLOCK PLANT And Apply 6Q1 N. I O. Lee secretary Dan :30 MERCURY 1941 4-door sedan.
900O cash. I even acres of white commercialSand i{ Orange A".Iborld D.I.TESERTe car. Cheerful and efficient. A"a ilt: ; 6 p.m.. call 4846. } Central Florida MILLS '
lover 200.000 yards and three t Prefer 'i Albert Tile Co. able Immediately. Box 10 8S'ar. I Motors.tUtr D and Garland
j BUICK 1939 Excellent
CAXIF-Depression proof 'rrn adJ. 130.0 yards) best { HOUSKPER Country .ldrl, .. .. St. Petersburg > PRACTICAL NURSE $Cu. K coup. Motor I I I.1 224:1.MOTORC.
T'Q Commercial I'I .om.r. DI urgently need til. setters comp.nlon Ra' condUoa < :
tualna O Lt Aponk aOD Ila.t Ir.l. j small rrn; call 7087. Ca offer steady work high ; smoker. ,, Corne and Amelia. OpenSandal. Famous lightweight ICECREAM
at Galnd
| and loaded on trucks by pay :tdrf ,
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of 1' miles per gallon 5
110.0 tal. Pleltr C.I leB 115 8-Star. Janea HOURCLEANING
f : of hub. WOUoSaded I conveyor. This sand sells for S2 per t tI HOUSEKEEP-Pml, of 3 and rate. St. Petersburg is la the thro.of : bump (355 (155i

S acre..,. 8 I yard delivered. Fill dirt or lawn {I laundry andcleaning I II a real building boom and ofrn"oDdtrful REFINED. CAPABLE WOMAN !j BUICK-1942 Special Sedanette. JimCumbie ,' ,down era.10 sprnn. D. Vsrncr. AND
i b.l.ne mOlth&
1& : bata loaded done. Rom private bath: ; It .IU 904 N. Orange; 2- .
I
store I d.ln..1 on by drag- opPnultes. Nursing experience. Wishes placecompanion C.ra Inc
truc. I
"llre mtr bt bl good salary; card you at once.TILE UI.BaC"S". ( Cental.
t CUSTARD
1 S1VOOO t sells less than T, we. t do.. I.s or of semi-in MACHINES
a.0. 1' Write P. O Box 565. Le burg. I 1.11 MOTORCYCLE 36 Indian. 4 cyL
cU
14 per load delivered. Have BETTERS-Union. Permanentjob. Ph. I
sedan. 1940-41. Fine '
at 5 : uld. 2-464.
aIM. 'IDnrd t .tan Need "Tag" add rider
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Haey vita Robert R. ROI making concrete block HOUSEEPEBet.el 30 and 4 I steady work. Rice Inc. Tile*. I II i perfect motor best buy comp.rethL
Roallol. U W. $ easily make 5 per day-use my own ers ppl. in f.m. 714 Clarmore Dr. West Palm Beach. REGISTERE NURSE-With medi : in condton.. -going away. See at .t on t.MEYI97.110. .any tie .t Fret iBitaBattan a.servIce

Wa.IUDto. sand and sU cents t block. I Box 126 88.r.JOUSEEPEfor. USHER-Must have neat appearance.over I 1.1 acftara schooling and ex i iI Rt. i BOX 522 Narcoosee: Rd. Sat. or 43
I This property. to Winter sober 16. at Colony Theatre. prence. position in dor'* 'i' gun. I i 4-door a.n. Radio SERVICEPECK'S
GROCERY-Meal Haven and 1m.c a .tu Appl I ofl. C.1 6126. Ext. 241 Ii I new. SUNSHINE CO.
tc* ..rloprOuce on a highway. Due .n\.I. .011. ...* Winter Pal. .. BUICK-'42 Special. Will trade for '1 (2175 L. .. SALE

Sr :"I cream.90 100 Stock erl- to ray advanced age I will sacrifice .d C. F. f YOUNG MEN 19 to 26 years of ace | W : LAUNDRY day *ood 1'a ton truck or will buy Phn. Exclusive state *
S2000 cash and sell the entire business land andmachinery ilHE I! NASH Ambassador. 1946. like
mm $47,I I A.ent Box 676. Arcadia. Porl.HII IEOTEL Interested Installation telephone a Adam 676 W. Rob- Corner of W. for only the t I radio: overdrive also motor H.1
mon.n. !
., canrrst Bad 1 block ouUld amount of 110.00 MAIDS wanted- central oUi. .qullm.lt Must be i I.sn. i[!, tae on Ilnla-Wltr Garden I 500 E Gore. bile'j P. Box '
Obl my present Innstment settled I INASHl937 | O. 3(18 Taaa Torj$*
.' 1IIBIU. t colored hutel maid en"c single or equi- rtr. 1 -- QUALITY ,
This will b* a cold an .hol .rau.t. EXPERIENCED CASHIER-Oayg or 1, CEA..ERSPHON I
ml.e Mrs. tudor sedan fair condl.don. i
llth -
Market. active 0.1.. Full l."e.U..bol invited Hotel.MAID.Bamford for AUbUt ".I.nt. to God travel Db required.condition Related hl..p.iLon In dotor's or dentist BlICK-lIU$Special. .r.nte. New' t25. Call 2-1134. Sunday j 6055JEEPS
GRORY-MRE-p a -
to any bank Winter r cODctol .
Wlt Pal.i 9988I
Alpl. ladUUea. 1 for housework cooking and electrical or com Jim Cumbie .
no tbrou.hout
p.rlin. Term If O. W. me.lca 1.
Clean tack .. *. Hn. 192 Av deie. N. B.t I laundry. Must have health cad. municton caldend tl i 70. Work W anted-Male ... 2-4521 I I I NASH-1941 4-or sedan 11.5 radio
C1.atb areaelne .2 to 2soo & O.Dt. Fla W. WI Good pay. Hours 2 to D.m Call e.t.bUshli starting ..c. j! BUICK=1941 Super 4-door i I I 1 and overdrive. (325 down balance I I
year teat* H.nn 24580MAiDExperienced at San from sd.n 13
.11 at IUO I Bli .U.D BOOKKEEPER Ful) I I This Is a nice priced months Jim JeriL'gan Used
: or
TOURIST COURT Lake First Inc. p.rl. el..r 1.1 t IF
with option renew. front 8 S Western Co. 600 W. '
sell.
; class. Plenty of for cook for familyof t I ExprleDced. rh.ble. reIdent I Jim Jernlgan Used C.rs Ctntr.1 :
room l.l
? Brkr XI .
r1.Dn Wasfi- ul.nloD.IU.o W. : '
2. Live in. References. 457 B. UPHOLSTERER-Must be first class. Ccnt.1 Ave. I! OLMOBILE- 41. A-l condition
balance at &l.r.
I rl.ht caa with Herman i. Plce 1: New England Ph. Winter Pak 245 (1.60 hr. Steady work t competentman. S. ,,1 AM A SALESMAN-with nothingto CHVRL 1947 convertible !( m.cb.nl.I. Also upholstery slId I

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oust UACBINX Butlneu Gw none other cnldrred a 0 blue with :206 Fosette. 4th house off Ton frtt tfc
YEn le. Broker; 677 N. Orange 185. years selling experience. COlp. b.utful radio. 1 Bumby. are JOf
2911
I.uo., torn 1 ship f I fiOMEOME interested tnI -t NURSE WANTED-To assist In office Brown. N. Orle YOI furnish the mercband1e. 111 do lN than BOO mile you occupy may b*
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at 1000 al WANT tourist On of of .urnon Tpylng essential. WELL-DRILLER Must be master ... Box 7. 5ta. .Jim Jernigan C.r5 600 W. CentrajAve OLDSMOBILE-1946 Cub coupe Radio -! .
Oudre Real 29 goln I Telephone '258.I driller and know all Fla. fora j Low mileage. Used Can. OR
A&lcP MEAT combination
Cn. Dial 2-441. a j the finest near Orlando. :not Interested I 2-.379 tion*. Top pay,. good hour. you man CuTE-..Or CHEVROLET 1934 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4814 WE WILL PAY UP TO '70 FOR
and -
I in IS* to 20% on 01 .tr. warehouse I coupe; new tire* I I
QUEST OB APARTMENT HOUSE .. investment dont' answer 112 I MANAGER WANTED...For cannot CU.hl please Church apply. ,! man. Box 121 good'condition. 265. See at 1036 ] oBI 9 convertible 1: 'USED JEEPS. SELL YOURS If you arc taaereated Is but.

I Close in. I rentuu room*. 2 bath i i 8-Slar. Bx tain. Excellent lcr"fo : St.Libby ale Feem.n'1 W. 1, MALE 5ta" Delaner. 18 to 4. j t|!' R.dl and .. ]NOW WHILE PRICES ARE HIGH. log real eRase a* aa latest.meni *
.. light Alberta I er Call Miss 2-4551.
nets eO.r eh. good ineo GOING BUSINESS Stores (many Dean Experienced in and CHEVROL-o.rh. '35 standard; 1295. J.ClaD
.e. room corner and Plnc.tol YOUNG MAN for .rm.ntn, office Permanent ctr.. lrfle hydraulic brakes PONTIAC-1940 convertible Bo.nt. RELIABLE MOTORS .
nlc.1 auto courts gas .taIon I 1 1I ;
fur.l.d. ofbotteeplne 2.268. coup. (
I Ilndsl. :: OR
a. work. Must 'lod" I
Cr lot. veil I..a.c. CO \ i130: to 7:00: p.m references kn.l.de MAN AND WIFE.Both'.ksand 1 and tires: radio; musical Can b seen at
I resns. rp.lr&opa Apply CHURCH AND ORANGE
bot.t and
good
d I ,
pa *
trplt Car will S.
.10. .tnL fr onli etc. us what you urd. Telephone 2-1153. b I capable of handling restaurantor born be cold for best offer .
*oa>. bes W. by I.te to Te un, only. 512 Chrteter I BLOSSOM U are a young eeupie
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16. Hall I I Where price terms ales MARKERS-CHECKERS and or. girl Cash Co.. 308 St.: hotel kitchens. Available at onc'1 Place. TAn noD .establiableg
Some
I WsUUosten Shepherd 5 Realty .Co. z I i-olume. Save time money thru our for general office work. Good hour Reltt. M.I P. E. Gol 655 N. Galnd PA i CHEVROL-Ut Special DeLuxe I a
i I. 5124GROCtRT 41..r-1 service. Descriptive Red end wages. Ask for Mr. I 6489 | 4-or of n white FYOUT-1936 A little I
Fer.cMr. I couP. OR
a L 904 outstanding values YOUNG MAN with car to in 1 .
sidewall
C.t.ls. Orlando Steam Laundry true PERMANENT KISIDENT Desires tire and new paint. See this .tom. do.n rood
CD- -
AND MEAT UARKTT I( without the real estate) cord. Fla. Salary hotel and one before buy. Jim Jernlgan motor. (225. J. Smith. N JEEPSBRAKE
penses paid. Apply Sunday 1 S refrigeration .orl. 13 years experience YOI R 1 If for *ay oilier rrsaoa
Top im Well mailed free. Strout Realty. 318V t t Used Cars. W. Central Ave. I; Orange. Y"
... stock. r.ar."" ""ull; W. Colonial Drive. P.O. Box 3583. MEDICAL RCEPUONIST-Must b at 912. Mctralf Bldg. amonla m.Ittn.nce and oper iru>bt b* Interested i D.
; able to type. 5M day week. ation. Studied CHEVROLET 1941 2d00r'sedan.
>mo Orlando. Pia.WT. Writ MEN work. domrstc commercial i chasing real etat
YOUNG conuter
1518 Ww I usiiflcatIons Box 97. I Radio
I t .-or hard work !< II.bOn FI7d 1 P.den, spot light fog IheUI
NO what kind of business you are pl..s 223 Lake and mechanically PONTIAC-1937 tudor sedan. Radio
Fteor *.r.d. tulULtut ', .u. Grocery strs: RECEPTIONIST-Doctor-a office. B do not take up cur time. Otherwise < san Used Car*. prr". .i Ave.CHEVROLET all new motor completelyoverhauled. NOW IS THE
p
S tween 20 and 35. Must able apply Morrison's Cafeteria. wit lb ton truck wants': c Ctnta
ea& rlC11 trcka. Now restsurant. block DI.nt m.nuf.rturt' b Man.ee I'I'VE'ERA. 16 K & W TIME TO SEE
< 1 type. S' day week. 104 and Call -1937 Deluxe Moor.
: o .r.price otBea I of dog food etc. Spl.eN ., 8-Star giving age Wrlt.Bo" lOOM SCHOOL GRADUATES- Communlcations : I sl trucl. 2-or"i Corner and Amelia.
dan. Excellent c Gal.nC
81 Whitney Spiced Realty .KP.lrnc. $1. j i
C.Re.lt training with good pay. Harley Wadsworth gl N. ora: !i Sunday.
Metcalf Bldw.. I II Ii of
Excellent training in all phases .
ty. Bbop...One of Or.nl A eJ'I 0 SODA GIRL experienced; 50 X. Cen communication-radio. radar. telephony 71. Airplane Sales and Service I ILUSCOMBE I Ave. Phone 8597. ICHYSLE1138 i iI PONTIAC 1938 convertible coupe. O. P. SWOPE. REALTOR
New paInt. good tires. A clean buy.zPreftt .
nee best spot. Yoq telecraphy. photography-are I Weekend 3. J.
Newman. Sale
.1 tr.1 sd.n. Manager
h" t "
: a faa oa thl*. Price, | given in U. Signal Corpstechnical -1947 special with I .r Wadsworth. I with Prophitls' Cued C.ra
j jCa PROFITABLE CSIl"S 1rA: r.:5:;: I W. Central Ase. ADJUSTMENT Associate
; STENOGRAPHER Experienced. hlrmB r of the metal prop many ex 815' Ave. Phone 8597. 50
f Jack Lotkamy with C w: 01.ar tras. Now time. .. Air I i 1 4-door Ex-
Needed by Wewant highly of much Eut1 CADILI.AC-194i I PMl d.lux.
to?. $12 14. U you are Itu..td 1 In"utnl naton.1 eODCrrD lallre Service. Eustls. Fla. Ph. 2-tone sedan. (22OO. I| low Reggie Motrat-.J. A. Martin
mileage
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$50,. Oral Po.ORY (20.000 in busln.s.h.t .a Orlando I Signal Corps many sub j 316.I Excellent condition. mllee.B t ce.n.
.
34552. show a net to who i* interested in security and ad- Jects are taught which are not I I TWIN ENGINE ratings on Gr original owner. o 24592or : privately Wn accept best Van J. Windham-c. W. Wilcox
retUr
I 8e* 14,. 10.0. vancement. Call Miss Gr..t 2-4832. | able to cl.I.r anywhere at any |! Wldaeol land sea and 271O N. Orange..CADII.LAC1941 .M. cas.r.r. Write .pPI.tment I $1

and market, serrlce U- Hall Broa.. A..rr, Realtor 112 N. price. A enlistment in the j I Veterans training Orlando Bx SSta. ,
Oranie Afe- 5189. I Army or Air Force gives a man a I Country Club. Ph. Winter Park u coupe. ;i I PLYMOUTH good con-
cabin I Looks
a. alte for sale en Tel : and performs new. By i I Play] fe-Be able to stop-Nothlafi
hi I I choice of any branch of service in.cludlng VETERAN'S KIt I ditton. ( u':519 cash balancemonthly. ,
[ All
.al near Lake Panosortie. S I I 0".1. C.l Winter i .l counts mechanical work
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D.o For aulrk sale I ORHR 1 the Signal Corps in whichthere I; Single n fJig. i I 5 30 p m any car-lowest prices.STIVERS.
lum. Fleetllne
I In
r..a. e. ee a'. BlunterOMOCERT 1 HERE IS A HARDWARE and grocery j Experienced capable of assuming responsibilities. .1.. oPnln. Once accepted j'!| Job training for CEVRIT-llt ; heater.per PONTIAC-1933 "8". Go '

Y. r. I I builnesi that is a little told mine. !I Permanent resident. I II every Ior technical opportunity training.toqualify Call Ryan Field. I :, clock and ddro .. rdio. 1201 I reasonable. Can be I.n tndil

Dotn and* sneat I9.ftl.arlt. .GI. ')I' !Good Speak reason to .Splnl.N. for Whitney selling. (26.. i; nity Saturday for .d"aDement afternoons off.Call employment In sddltion. theres good food.hol psy clothing steady !i 72. Autos-1 racks for Rent I II I Fairview 778-J Ave.. Winter P.rl.: ; ph. Orlando PLYMOU1136or Ave sedan R. S. EVANS

better *S3oO. Roper Realty altn. 706 .
Irk.l
i quarters and travel. of this I. Garland '
Ratr.
Church and Main: 2-3433. Bid,. 2-3269. 01pnU-1 Yours-plus a chance Al save no to D. VARNER U-DRIVE IT-Drive i' and Amelia Open Sunday zy 62 W. Colonial

HAROWAHt: STORE (7000 INCOME per waitIng SALESLADIES 3 (2,000 during your enlistment. Here ,oura .rates; br mIle or os CHEVROLET: i Orlando
and Sundriea .a PLYMOUTH
I NE D. COUPE1129. An old 1 -1933 4-door s. .n-I IcondiUon.
A SOIl located store CoD&**- couple with (10000 and I women to sell in our fine your chance for a .C st.r In Hfe I Central An.U-DrneI. Inc0.. 231 "I country roste beat on I 15. K & W ,. tiling to an estsblishedbusiness. wear shop. Salary Write ..
.m butzs Lon '.n *.at opr.t comlloa with security as the Ioon. his own dung h My business i* : Corner and Amelia. Open
A furnished home tuakficetions. Box HERT2 DRIV-URrSELF .
attractive fUur Owner states Inventory i' St.r. I full details without obligation at SYSTEMTruck furnishing rtcrdau"mobl" Sund.* I
and I' Is included See Paul M. Van Clevewith STENOGRAPHER citrus fruit your nearest U. 8. Army and Air and passenger cars for This .G I'
I rnt new paint. | QUALITY CARS
books appro1t1 .U. P. Realty Co. 19 E. by hour day or week. Low o.e PACKA.ltD-1947 Clipper. Like new I :
Force | 375
t ," O packing romp.r in Winter 0.1-i Recruiting Staton Rutl.ldBid. r.a. motor and good I DAILY DOZEN
respect.
every Jim ConsOle
purchaser, This business belts .of- Ph. Z-315S den; permanent: good working condi- j I .. Orlando. P.. is your [ N. Oranse phone 2-4064. ber. 225. J. R. bmlth. '1 N.rub 01-Isose. I 904. Orange Ave.Phone C.n. IS47 OLDSMOBILE "
a very ton fide reason I hEW STREAMLINED Bar and Res- tions. Box 93 SSa. I chance for a r forward JIM CUMBIB UDRIVIT '47 N 76" 4 door i

=ifl b* dtactoaed. N* other I I 1aur.t Living quarter included. SWITCHBOARD AMBITIOUS, YOUNG MAN to learn i cars and day I II PLYMOUTH-1941 Special DeLuxe Sedan. Rad.o. like new.

tot. la this locality 'which main highway. Attractive able to take OPERTRWus fine candy making trade. Good future I montn. : tJt1 rate Very :: Jim Cumbie i 1947
: j DESOTO 4 door
caa'. Sedan. Like
b N. I
Ian Ict.UoD B& Ave. Phone
area. Price SJ4 K to sell. Call
Scott
> dial :
0. i S-ta. in growing concern for right t I 9' Ouni 2-1. CHEVROLET-1942 2-dor sedan. New new.
phone nlaroiauon See Mr. Elisabeth httPII b Chen salt ftJennings. > party Box 113 $ I 12 Outstanding Bay Listed Dally
Harwid $h.ph.o4 Realty 20 E. Re.ltr 672 Ti. Oran I SALESLADY-Experienced preferred ;GUN'S U-DRIVE I INC.-New cars motor new P.It. r.d t go. PLYMOUTH-1946 Special DeLuxe'
W.sD.qtoe BLJGH.UCa.&R c i e: 'lc.. I IWOUL or knowledge of music and records. WAN TO CONTACT truck f.rm i far rent by week or I Olin Used Car. I. G.rld sedan. One with actual 1947 CADILLAC "fir1 Club Coupe.
Apply Tuesday or aftr. .The Music .Ith equipment. Interested sousing I I I No red tape. 2 lo.Uon.. monU phone 2-34. 3 to choose 1 Cumbie ml.1 Almost new.
1 mU out. JHS LIFE: appeal 1.I frm.
0 R Box. Winter Park. garden land and care for small 1 | Ph. and 142 N. 4-door sedan. 904 .. PONT
Upper furnish. tc Then take this 10 H.rm.DGwn. I Or.D. 2-811 GaPh CEVROLTlSI I. Ave. Phone 1948 PACKARD Custom Clinper. -1941 4 door sedan
to city
grove Cars.; 142 MOarlsnd. I
.". M. her crorerr. aervice acre fishing camp on Lake Apopka. i SECRETARY for law office Efficient rl.e. Ilt. 9855 or 234. phone2.4347.CHEVROLET1941 ETUDEBAKER-1937 sedan. Good i Almost new has radio. 2 tone fu..' very
I.u. .t trailer in" trade I Home cottage boats motor sun I Inot. in an4 typing and 677 N.. O.n. I ; j i rubber fair eondlton(50O. Owner. everJ. nice _.........__._. J11M
.a pamwU. ** t dry store ete. Bis Income mostly spellin Not 4 BOa Kck 66. '3. Auto Service I 2 door deluxe I Ph. County 1946 BUICK Sedan.. Very
Bld. plentiful for barber sedan. Good condition rsdlo. 193-.2. Sup
l.w ToM. HiatoA. Realtor..UO Unlimited expansion POSITIONS .1. C.i low BUICK-1941 Super convertible
l MU.BlOUWAT price I. right. Gee. Experienced and and hair stylists. Pay Is good ALIGNMENT Free (995. N. Klein. Ft. Gatlla | WILLYS-.Por $ utp.d trasisporta-
440.-S acre, 330WshPS I T.80a R..ltr 23176.I P.Slblt.1 STORPB shorthand working conlUOt grand. Lt us pre Prompt repair by lPctl i I i 2-door lion; II& 19 Illinois A".. 1948 PACKARD "120" coupe. rado, exceptionally clean
uarrll. CHEVRLT1931 Cppf. throughout ....__. ._ $1185
y froalate.. complete accurately and hour week. pare yon prm.lelt .JD position. anlca. A one-stop service at Goodrpar'a I I not I.n. I I2u II Overdrive, .
wnl I 61. Bank Loans Free and G tr.nspnalol Juk. ; 76. Trailers-Tracks for Sale ;
includtn .. : : See Mrs Young. Dr. P. Phillips Co, I II tr.lnlr. Service.34l024.Orans.Ave.AUTO I Nlhle.n. i
A" 60 W. Robinson.TYPISTMt monthly income to veteran who caqualify : ? I 11346 PACKARD Super dipper. CHRYSLER 1940 Traveler 4
toiled at. 'i.,Prc r.lle toI30.OOO. ] FIRST NATONA BN-la.J-I I For further Information con > R-SaD-bet> CHRYSLER Chevrolet Dodges. AI.MA-1940 25. 3 room deeps 4. 1 Almost new. door sedan radio one owner
I. .t.l I be .prn.nce. rapid Florida Barber and Cul-i > Fords and P1moutbs. Take your excellent electric brand
sift pay purer* .. Owners met I.D malu 1- and tat B.ut balanced wall wait. C. conditon. "DD. new motor. hurry! SlOGS
accurate. A.Prange
I you 8. .
ful sonal auto au- :, Polon 101.permanent ture Broad pick. J. C. 5S N. OrsnzeAve. Hizh- 1946 DESOTO Custom Ali -
brks btle
poor only reason for loaD fn.nce resident Col.I..1 A Son, HUOW. San
ale. toa. make after-i ville. Cllrc _Phone_4644.CIIEVROLZT1936 ; Ave._ _ i most
by Mr. TImer nF I I off. Call 2-4591. P. I Ij ( j ne.ISI BUICK-1941 Century 4 door te-
aalul N Main .ylt loans on plans designed to you Don BRAKES REPAIRED-W* supply a' 2-door sedan. LiI, CHEVROLET-1938 short wheel base. dan. radio Immaculate inside

IS 61.iWfat beT mon. 4th floor. Elevator service. WHITE WOMAN for general house j! 66. Sales Help Wanted your auto needs; al Urea i tra. special different and unusual I fa body good tires mechanically 'I.o. ntOU Special Deluxe and out __. __ __ .. .14)
i conditioned. Open I t 4 except vork. (15 per week. Phone 747. I and 0 Dixie Sale Service W. This cat 1 like new 1* in prlrdcndlUoa 4353 Cheney Hlh". I Sd3n. '

driveway. ft. paved Saturday I to 12. I WAITRESS Must be experienced. i I BOYS. Part Time. Over (50 week South Boone_St._ _ 'I' .1e we have bad it :i IS."..1.CREVROL1938 : 1941 CHEVROLET$ Special Deluxe
>-r* o.a. front '
Sell name plates for ) Better hurry.
Apply Hugh' at 14Wsil dor& rte-DER and .taD bowa San
nflnisbed cabin Spat for rablD Gr1 lo.ted I BCDYD relall. panel truck. *a I Ii 2 door "clean as apin"
Write 107 8Star.PAINTMaulacturer won't here
With or lake .SAL LOANS cost you ls 8tr.t.'I Box I l.ta 11d .ht.I aftr nol Priced a'i South Ferncreek __.__ _.. 9995
o taU .r- I a bargain. At I These sold
I Midway. 11 mi. N.OrisOd. Pr' Natina Bank. W thoroughly desire aggrea- Satisfaction C.nta 'or I.2-0507. i i iCHERLl ear with a 30-day guar
these the loan is for 'I ATESE3 epr-' 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. only. S. Evans.C1IEVROL.ET1947. antee. cash for used
.. lIve R an.
Rt 1. Soz to pay
1 IS. Maitland. rot type .
eDe. menu& .a..m.n. lalt..nc. Pa1 2 H. ton truck; : FORD 1941 Super Deluxe J
( .t ( 93-Payments ( 5.34 1, CHE Aero Jim
FOKD I
10 o hour day .nlthr. .sbew. ; sed.n
L$1&RSR SECTION If you I i ( you get 139-Payments .el1 : wek. i'CP-.let7.f b.1 ; perfect conchlon i I door. radio took and runs Rood
black aluminum Cumbi
Interested la : 1 S, Clumbl. Rst.ur.nt. 16 W. fiber root CO.UI. in all air 1 buy i C.ra 904 OrDe. cash Corner Clay and _.__._ .
bam are wttk several a lre.1.llfl I i ( you get 186.-Payments WAITRESS-Must CufA S. red green. Splendid oppor- I,I 1 service your .ord Onwc' %-521. _ 16. 1 block north o( Fairbanks. J. C. KELL INC.I compare $ 994
Cor, ( 3OO. yon set 279P.yent. 25 0 b.xp.rfe.ced tuniS oldest established manufac- parts genuine .
Aero Jim Phone Winter Park. 835-R. I
yen msjz Orange Blossom BeIU- f VRLT-ISI ada.
( get PLYMOUTH 141 Special Deluxe .
40.yon 33.4 Tra.1 turer. preferred. Generous Inc., 36 W.
:'t.i health reason for ( 5.you get 465-Payments YOUNG LADY-Receptionist. Must b I commlUol.E.p.rtn. weekly. Reple held m.n > Cora 1. N. Oral.;' CHEVROLET.. ton._ van body 4 door, good looking, runs

or unfnrntahed. '10.you .' 93O-Payments 83.34 High School and Have i ronfMentlal.Boit110. 2-:2. bought July zz. isoriven t>y like new ___ ___ ._. I104S
.r.du.t 73-1. .
Auto I '
j\
809 Lucerne 1 monthly payment 12 I tie knowledge pm.. No other experienc I Parts-AeceSorie CHEVROLET-1941 Special DeLuxe owner 4000 miles. 140 Sunnytown Rd..

Terrat Pit._011. No Sunday caUa.JUOCKSUITH i}' P.rmt for 15 month are mo.th. necessary.. Room 3 15 N. j J! ROUTE SAL MNAGEFor sober car- FRONT END REPAIR BOW ', sedan. E.cp"onal. clraD 3 "ochooee i Fern Park.*Fla. CHEVROLET -' 1941 Town Sedan

UOt F.lr. Ieud. life Insurance to pay I Oranse. I IVOUNO I .ld bnatd bnrr.ae.opportunity lor j! a"a1bl for almost .PATS 01 N. Orange Ave. Phone Cora. 9 FOR1936. Cabin cbaast; ton and A special at ... ..4109
of bon.t Oo
,.I wen dtab. The Pint LADT-Single. for national | S-al.r. Prance Ac Sons. 1010 W. i i I tires and motor; Ph.,
SStaf.MIALA National Bank at 4th floor. nit B. i t, .ut. CNRYSLERi936 I 2-O678 ,0
In'I. finance company. Permanent A-l condillon. .
auJlt Ba I phone i I MERCURY-1939 club coupe. sOc
Elevator Air-conditioned. | SALES w OMEN-Earn extra money 881. I (425. Can TaftGrocery
at
OJ-WJ you wa'a Bak. tion good salary I 3-day week :! for Part or fun tune.I until 7 :seen hOUSE TRAILER-1946 Alma. 27 ft. "YOUR it .drive it, arid you win buy
JO
a__. 10, .U.a." f e 1 !- I : Some working office conditions.experience yearly f I I Sell N Chlt.lo.. boaer Good commission.bonuses. 74. Aiuua-.trailers anted j Late ..nln. and. at 21V I!' modern tandom equipment wheels: throughout.stationary .bed For: 1342 it ? _. ... 4 *>
Delaware
.I tl lU. hosiery N.
Oewce Painter pith ..ar. I 5. Loans Up to $300 will consider recent graduate. TPI Pesl.l fre. Del. I I AUTO WANTED- price CHEVROLET sedan, a good used i ij quick sale see Walker 17th and Oran 517T WILLYS 1941 business .
S Ualn. ing shorthand necessity. Hostn N1. Iddrto.n woP v coupe
t lUaJtar-H j-07aa. APII for 1 to 10O Pelts ;I IWmn. j 1.1 all the way around. If you e Blossom Tr.1

MOTOR COURT and fllllnc station. AUTO. Furitue DI..o Loan J.*P.- I Orange sonal Finance Ave. Co.. 2nd 1101 24 81|I SAM on-A Dt- 1..oJbbi:, Standard 10tr. B.aa-,' Saul. thral tran.Pn.toD come MOUS3 TRAII.ER-Otider. 19 6" 2 Clean dependable_ economical.._ .....3 -

.Iustso. swat Oaaned. best Burger. Fanr.. Comp.a. bskeries. .roe.. cafes ho- : solo Tr.l and St. 'tl. .od. Te I Rcs.ua\ i i iI rooms. Good top. tires: metal .ide.

tn r* U for a ra Bulldin Ph. 2-0339. Mrka i tell t.vrn.. sell I i I ., K.hl Butane gas. Price. (105O Mr. Fry CHEVROLET H ton
or '
YOUNG WHITE WOMAN. Sleep I i p.ckn plal1 UT-WA'-ww-l CHEVROLET 1947 Fleetmaster 31st and fide
l.r.a. ( I I. on I con- : Oranffe BI.om Trail
2 Mam 2I56.RIONT I C*ia LOANS-Quickly mad on forniture. premises light Phone New spray. ; I' vertlbl. Chevrolet. 1946 Fleetllne op. a food buy at .$ 495
a.a. auto and Orlandos bouet.epIa. \ tact and coatlu.. to kill for .e' 142 N. G.rl.lc a-4 or 242 N. Or- HOUSE TRI 21 f. (1150. ransporfafion

: *. beer SPOT and-Short wine orders with danela liviticeesn.rL -I,t own Home l.mold&. 314Metcalf 2.28.WOM FOR OENER bou..ort. I I .Itr.ae. *( household DDT) Safe pet t. us I,i! .le. 2-114 'compltelr.Cnrol" 19t luhy- euippd..plal m.ron deluxe I' completely bleeps equipped tires:, flouresceBtlighting. Dolue; FORD-1937 2 door, run food

S30OO. Bldg. _0.1 2-0304. a I : I i AUTO W ATEA m.l. any 1947. 4-door Must hurryl .3343;
._ Campbell .
0 Ir. Pk. .ek. T.I.pbo. ni' pests everywhere. ;
,
b are
I :! streamlined fully t b ap
Mr. LOANS MADE from (10 to (300: .. Woo moe quller. euppd. Pontiae. I IS
307 Bid. 8t. '
0t POSITIONS that pay good are plen- Orsnifte N. M.I.trd 1.0.
la* Srwaer, en N. Or.rn &privacy; fast service. Family for Lu. Motor.':1 J1 2-21. I 1946 8" 2-or.! ..tr.mbned. hOUSE 1 1i
> Let teach TR AILER 1945
us
beuUd.n& ] Schult. 25
Service. Inc. 32 W. tfu 6A-RPRitATE AUTOMOBILES-Jeeps-trucks. We .ord. 1940. like new. Studebaker
Located la heart C..ta Jacksonville with ft. 3 rooms electric refrigerator ,
aTAU. Bautr Colen. 4-door.
of Orlando. Ave. Phone 9857. i pay you more for your car than 191. exceptionally
section ,
tandem wheels electric aircndlUoned.
Hew eqaipaent .. ftt.r croac- QUICK CASH LOANS Ptur.1 EERNCE For model national car corporation.and be free Must to travel.own Only late ',, let anybody me prove In to"it.to It has been prova.Used cars clean.and 15 mo.down to payment pay .these We Excellent br.les. A- | CHOICE
GI
I ins per at Bate and auto OfC. Ol. ).rtl'a baanre.
'a.O prn.0 I.n 25 experienced salesmen need apply. Pre 101 N. Main | finance Martins Used N varex Tangerine. Y.
.. wRa com Ir*. Loan .. 501 Florida :I IBak .ork C.r. | -
Zu .a1 with knowledge of automobile -
.5. I.n. Steady employ- fer man some Main. 8409 HOUSE condi-
.. man MrKef. .. a W. C& .I.nr. |I TlD. nec.a.n. 21 W Fine.lst.stsirway or one who Is mechanicallyInclined. :, I 1 lion TL&E.celent '
104 W. Central; '- 2.1061.MODERN : 11r CHEVROLET 1941 coupe. equIppe. i Essental
I Give full details In first cub
l < d Theatre. AUTOS need fifty Clean. rood .tjfres. 2200 Orang S tires with or without 26 ordc.oP NEWER CARS
vine abort letter P. 0 Box 753. Orlando. WA'W. .
Jim Smith. Rt 1. Box 13.
Ave
aTAC ... $ .b. LOAN $ de.l. Will pay the at Princeton at City ServiceDODGE .
IRVICZ-By
Separate par room. A barcaaa. r..tal.sold one <65 Help Wanted-Male SALESMAN-REAL ESTATE-Manwith ." cash dollar in Orlando Jim :etlcn. I OUS2 TAI27' with screened

.. a' 0.c.. Clark 11*P.*-Bryaau Buatnea phone I., e Florida' oldest. and most Rx-I AUTO BOOT and sheet me.l work deal In car.'o.n...prenc* prospU.preferred.. .Johnson Best St jcrnjgsu Ave. "se C.r. 600 W. Central DODGE-Deluxe. Cb.ap for sedan.c.sb.Clean.Telephone perfed. ,I 1 and porch.2 Ice bxa Inquire fenced 1229 lo. :'Our stock includes many FOR

Onuu .Cea er. Good working and Henry.Broker. 6 ; Church. I ,
condlton -M3.
> !i perienced mail loan and i I I | depend able i
fc. steady employment. Jo Ph 6545. PICK-LP > thoroughly ,
D,1 TRUCK-41 Ford I
: sale Downtown ; '' -1941 Club coupe, low mileage t
frAURN fo ,!i Private offices. Confiden-' Service." 'Manager. Holler TOP NOTCH-AGE 24-35-Does (10' WANTED-Any make or radio and tires. Private owner. Good motor 'well serviced cars. Car!
j \IMM j'OD.lea Co. 115 W. Central ? Follow moel Centra i
arll week interest you and body. Call
Winter Garden 292-
,
e I need 30 to 100 cars each Florida Motors. Jefferson r
!
casn and JUXO m. i IMMEDIATEDELIVERY
00 cub .W. Church .* I I list service. No .delay, Term* t suit i iI \j I i AUTOMOBI. MECHANIC position for Experi thetight I contact.neat appearance Must have and sales good personality educational car day. Best Thursday prices are to p.ld.Holly-Robsons Bring your Zsnddlal 22424.D000E41 .. ane Blck Weekdays.night. and Sunday or .319 i,j[that we can recommend I

RADIO HOP- and fully man. Tom Store. Fin- background. This is a "Lifetime" opportunity sedan, A-I owner car.low as being well worth .the '
Coplt \ income. EI 2120 S. Bios- i I SPARTAN like
your Motor Orange
j an air ,
OUP. 8ac .C A Accept.lc. COfr.tlRI stone Home and Suppls Win t loin the largest orxamxatlon I i 1 sons AuctO". 7349 for j,; HI mileage Restaurant.and a 2998 good buy. Joel liner for EGIEERE l.tl. of servIce.Save j money. Dependable and
p.nlul.r. Kuhl Ave
W".I.u. | of Horn office N.IOrange ter Garden. P.. Call 29.'I In field. Complete traininggiven. TrU Te! I en brand
at 430
ForId. I II D. INC. wants to moel P.DI
BUKDRY STORE-On olttla ,ofOI4 I AUTO PART STOCK CLERK I' Walker.Car Box D.cs.n.89 Write t 111'j VARE and will our pay your top DODGE-1940 4-door sedan .Drnl. i Reed. 20. N. Orange Bloum 'rl ,' less than miles.
'I S.ta. .t"I.
; leu 81't business per t Anlu.. 1 Ora.do Pho. I Ar .Ul t wrk a.d ambitious record- and experience.WANTED 'I price Imel.t. D. Varner lc.81ud.b.ler .. brand new 40.0. W "! SPARTA MANOR 1 so easy t tow. ] profitable to
and Service. Its
new
opportaniir. Culualv with WiiUam i 7136. Offices at Winter I keeping. Some knowledge of automobiles r AT ONCE-Man or womanto U tors. Corner : r' :I"! :: rls
Cocoa. Ha-
MaUiew* with J. DC JColar, |I! i|\II preferred. A good opportu- I service customers for famous CeD\a Av*. Phone 2-3133. Open_Sunday. SPartan Frank : (767 on new :you. Your visit wi be appreciated s STRANGE AS IT MAY SE.t

3-.or ''1. .PA yen and St. Cloud. Same service I j I I w'". Write Box 99. S-Star. :' Watkins product in Orl.ndo Et.b SULLY.MOTOR Icmbu: DESTol91 Custom 4-door sedan 1 moels. Orange Blosm TrUer'.i Sa, ] by u. we can supply you with you*
lished business or
I brn. 15 i ii finish. Used I at
In Cur
$VBVRBAN.-.unlt apartment concrete NEED (100 Get It here I I t I BEPE&Atnt packingcompany general i' average starting tmme1tel. No II i dollar. S u* 200 W.. Central or i;i .B..uUfu: N."r.n Orange 011". Phone I I SPARTAN-Choice of long-awaited post-war car

block bulldin furnIshed.Rants .-I onyour QtYJ Florida |. oUlc"ok fo clru.Oade.fri Permanent 1 i largo IvSrnt prn. 920 I Phone M1. I 2-81. I Reed wants Trailer the best. Save now at.P: practically the same differ
201
for JOO S gioato. Vuc $10.booh. .- : Credit. 21 W. Pine. lit .tai.a I I position in good or.alnUOD I: W. Cololal Drn. F.nk FRANK RE really know bow t I Ii DODGE-1948 &an..1 Cumbie Blossom; Trail.SPARTAnYour.Saa I. ence you would be required M
east of Grand Theatre. Box 92 S-Star. i MEN AND WOMEN. Live wire i! get dollar for your t 904 N. favorite new car
.J i I C.r. 2-521. Terms TradesD. I pay your
oaitton. Sell k tablecloths :or equity. Cash in five minute home when and -
Pin* aatlque and fnrnlturt i 63. Mortgage Loans BKKEIO MACHINE. .Opr.tr1. i 1 i .prol. Direct factory. Why live '.m away. OI"D. 'a FORD-1941 2-door sedan. Radio where you want It. Buy now at dealer were it possible for bin)

4 Will sell for about ba. bue. i I tn. .confidentially. P, O. Box 3228 ,I: United Plastic. 2 N. 7th SU. I chanc. 201 N. Orange. Blossom heter.Cars.clean 142 orll..1.paint. OII'. Frank Reed Trailer Sara 201 N. Orange 1 to make delivery now.
;
Pb'-1
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tr. p. ar. U C. BOMB LOANS -To build purchase Orlando.. i!! delphla 6, Pa. TrU: 7883. I Blossom Trail.TRAILER2whret. >

; 0651USDRYSTORZ.LiceUai fnl i rUn.lc and repair. Prompt set, !I I\ AT new and sen HIGHEST CASH Paid for clean :-34. >11 steel practically i I Let us appraise your old eat
S ., Ice Reduced cost*. Complete plan I BOY WANTED-After aho with. I .aUo..lln LT-om.tt Cards. Amas- used cars. Winter ..o.Motn pORSA Ford Dealer I a good m.1 new (135. A. 1.. Metx. Boos- ,:
Cbrta
$ corner : ."a1ble. Ilclldn. plans'I I Emrich bicycle or. scooter. 3lo W. Church I[ lag n.."Olele" .. Le costly Fairbanks and New York; 1.B Inc.. W. Livingston used cars.; 6159 ier '.le Park. I Varner Inc.today, and prove this state
.
lau a. e ul(>ment; IU- llr.Uon. ord hou.moel WIt.r I! oil p.ItIu. Quik AmutD 3 TAfWrU Ironed for house or ment.
in COLORED BOY-Colored errand boy. Card FORD-1938 tudor. Excellent condi
included. Pd.r.1 Sar. I i t 2 :0 I S. EVANS. Worlds Largest tirec. (150 or swap
wltlt .rt Broker, Assn. 224 .. Park. Apply room 3 la building at 15 N.: 28 other assort Alto lion Exceptionallyclean. f.t. All.ne
HO Bu IK KooL Pai Wltr I prt.d. Bl PrJt. D.le. t only Interested in' trou.hout truck Ph. 7419.
Orange.COOK .
I I
; Also Stationery. 512 LakelandSt.
Call
B.1 110 j' I flet Will purchase any Prn. owa. TRAILERS New and used. New CHEVROLET Club Coup '
46
ulpped. lat LOANS oa aU property; long I i i -Short orders. Jprenre Samples on approval. Puro Co.. 2801 year and pay aa Unbelievable I 'I models. New "South Phone 2-3153

I TRZB IDiw.u aood new- or short :-rate: immediate ,I I 01.. Please apply 1 Locust. Dept. 102. St. Louis. Mo. pr.mOe the spot. Call FORD-1946 V-8 Tudor DeLuxe era Bell.- ;. 4, butane gas. Intterspnlng 45 CHRYSLER 4 door sedan

I.tire $ senrio* .tatio.sss. oil. 1 service. Fe 118 ': BIO MONEY-Huge line 1100 printed 4321 o 4771ONTHP dan. This er la clean. 816 mattress br.te.Complete. 11

& $ '-, N. Orange A"e Pha 181. ,, COOK-HOUSEKEEPER aDd maid or I business necessities office supplies I Washington St. phone 9114 j r 1695. Accre NColm.n" and I _48 DODGE Sedan
.1 .1 CI pu
1
rta Other DD' ..lr. si 1 cook-maid and butlerChauffeur advertIsing .pel.ltts. nd.r. I II CASH PAID for good FORD-1941. .paint: good condition "Preway st" par. le. butD and 234 W. Central! Ave.
I wanted by coupi. spending Winters inFl. Christmas prices Easy gasoline
scssury. 0. 1432. LOAN ConsIder I Imorla. I Jim Cnmbie Car* ; prlY.t owner. Cheney r.nlea doles a.nmls '' 2 door
FORD
J ...,.. Ptortd I. B WA-'U.OO. I I and Summer 1 Nor. Experlenced. -I I sale. Businesses buy on sight. Ex- 904 Orange Avenue. Phone Highway St. Phone 2- bottle gas. eulpmtnt rt 48
Ba 10 8t.r. Nor 'De
Reference Winter I Fast delivery. I i 4198 1 Trailer Slt. Oraa Blossom
.n.nce uloes.r. 2-521. '
FA
T RIacra splendid i Park 655 for appointment for In time. 2-2505. I II I 48 FORD J door
S 1 I P.r.n.rt Oull 'r.i
Orlando' MONET AVAILABLE low FU FORD-1946 Tudor With radio
.don
.t I.U .u.p4 an-'\! rates on well located .Itt terview. |, fr. Cnelnn.t. j .WAT c.ra IlITY-, and a low D.. Jim I TRAILERS-Beat the housing short- :' '48 MERCURY 4 door town edai
Pre C1
.1 .Itl with and business properties In Orlando COLORED PORTER-Mast 1 hard. I I ACT NOW-Make (25 uU.SO boxes JernJgan Used Car 600 West Ceo" gao 60 W. CentraL age. put your rent money ia a

A.r ua Peter J. M. B. ataiax. and Winter Park. No broker***. I I f..worker good yard handy I I Iman. t 21 fo(1 Xmas $ 01.1 tral Avenue. FORD-"1935. cntdewn. be aeea I tr.Ue. Liberty and "M' system ..U.Isr '48 MERCURY Sedan
f -. .. 1 j Bette Investment C*. 25 W. WaahI know automobiles and also ,![ 25 for (1 embossed with BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 at 1424 Pinecrest Avenue C.I after bottle gas .to"e and elec I USED CARSCHEVROLET

THEATRE-BUNDRY BTORB Goln*j I Ibusiness. Ingtoa. Phone 8513. : building upkeep. Mr. Borrell. 2710 N. Samples and selling plan OD approval. automobiles and olde car*. Barley noon Saturday. 'I tre refrigerator. Young' Trailer : ''48 PLYMOUTH Club Coup
Orange Ave. 70 Dept. 41. New- Orange Blossom Trail at''
I.rlt. WU..St. 615- Av Ba..
Property Included Sma I I N. II W.ds.ort Orang* Roadster. '41 motor ,
4 Central NEEDED (5OOO.; Someone j CARPENTER FOREMAN I ak PRU38 '
Id. .uoO ttrn Jpr I T.lrpbon 1:97. (325. Can I 48 PONTIAC 2 door sedan
enced In form work. CHRISTMAS CARDS 21- tie.O.bap. BUT A NEW electric
i P" WI Hr ,lac.. In reasonable priced I cet -Gorgeous WANT TO BUY FOR CASH-Oood seen at ISf. SPARTA.tt II III
.
1 bfore p. refrigerator. stove. I
11 I. O. bartisn area either aa an Investmentor tu.lllc'oD ltte. Box 103. card artmelt. on1.I. Profit up I Ford. Chevrolet or fromprivate Forest. mo '48 HUDSON 4 door sedan
Other PmolU Only 2950. Prink 201 N. Or 1946
Box 111 8-Star. I -
st.r.
TR1CURT-l nation Ir. 1.re. I *. .nnnW. party. Pbone .FORD-1936. Very CeIU.IPlorld. I ann Blossom Rd i! ;
rr.sp clean
a-room I I DRVES.WAXn those who GET TOP CASH for your car Motors. oar- 'a. ton pick-up. Very '47 STUDEBAKER Club Ceup* '
I era To with Orlando I PI '* LES3 WEIGHT-500*
all oa' of rand ;! REAL, ESTATE LOANS-Low coat f.mi 10. regardless of model. Used land: dial 2-2424. I
Fifth Ave. Dept. 302. New York '
with-. 0- I streets will Apply strength in a Spartan MO '
framait 8. huhJ J buy. build or Im.ne home and t Car Exchange. 819 W. Washington '47 DODGE 2 door sodas <
waxa w3. ..two'al-1 1.utra 'b1ti.pioperty. Tr.t Dept.. First Mr. Howell. City Cab Co. i I WANT TO INTERVIEW an experi- I St. Phone 2-2882. PORD.-1541 club coupe. New pant Save now at Pr.nl Reed DODGE 1936 Sedan. I
moat complete and other six under at Orlando. 2nd. floor. I I cored Real Estate Salesman. good tires low mileage. Centr I S.les 201 N Blossom Trail
DRIVERS between of '
2 NaUna B.r Elevator 25 to WAT resident age ofOrlando have car. Complete eoPr.Uol Wls' DN' fur l taD will Florida Motor.Jefferson Ga- I LIFE IN' A Good car for the money. 48 FORD 2 door aedaa
10..la Mot co A-IUo.ed !
urlc. 0 1ut b Get aU old land SPRT.WORb.In
| I 8 Have fair: en. Open Sunday 2 .IY'I'I 01 e'for ou In the
Nonl F. DODt while the getting MERCURY 4 door sedan
= j 1 of I I nett. 37 8 Main Phone 23063. car 1 .o.)' FORD-1940 Convertible club coupe. 48 ,
knowledge low
VIST BIDE Clot* la on W : loan on clo .tret Yew Shop around sell here as (2562 Frank Reed Trailer BUICK 1941 Se
I us,. 2-atory partly l"ol I RbllD A6 property. & I Cab Co.. 45 f. .. BE INDEPENDENT Rawleigh many other teD done. Central FlorIda Jim Gamble Car*. 904 N.. Orange I S.f.] 201 N. Orange Blossom Trait Super '47 STUDEBAKER Pick-up

bouse with additional store :f I S-tat _)2_ ELECTRICIAN-Man .Un. t work. products in City of Orlando and I Motors L P. Hagan. fA 2-2424. 2-52. LINKER TANDEM-1947. 1. and dan. This is a very clean
S I law which can b* I I Telephone 2-2404 several nearby I.Utle. G .r- tudor. One 795. I 6-pasrnoer Now
FR1931
for Jbw.of buctnes Lot I WAT$8000 t IIO.OAt ., 2560. by locality Rawlelghx SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. OWC.N. moel. o. dla car, fully equipped.CHEVROLET 48 BUICK Station Wagon
I play. al
Wrte to.
106. mt.r.t for one lt more.ee I I GORDON PRESS FEEDER Apply opn.. : See-J. C. McKellar. Your Packard i Ave. W.d..on Oa. i 21-f. lonl. deeI -
PrIce a 4SO with term Jan. t O.. located cabin ru 1-1: Morse Ptl Comaar. 13 South Tenn. Dp fAl-18oD Memlh 342 N. Orange Ave. Phone. j: 851.I i I trie rdr".toD and bottle (a '48 BUICK Convertible* Coup
.Broker*; 233 N. Mali "I.T II.by. Box 114 8.ta. I D.ler.N. |I I FORD-V-S -_. Mechanically per- tore 1239. Up t 2-
irnAPD HUb ,Itr' MAKE EASY MONKY-Selling finest feet. Good month to pay. 19.
rubber. Body
TO pe.rtne : 0 '
in an eatablUhad aeaCT WILL PAY .V,* on I10-OOO for 5 ISTATON MAN for ..appli line (1 bones Cratm.card and GET CASH IN S MINUTES Any' j I I Best cash offer takes it- Corner re Orange Blossom TraflL I door at a 48 FORD Sedan
I i to develop Motor Court. 20. very
n with Servel make modeL Starling-Alexander
re or
I Box 6* af 117 .ne.. Exprl.nr. sto..n. 18 I, I| Church and ph. 2-43 SEE THE NEW 1947 Sun trail prce. '
t.C1 aoo pr.pn for security. Box fr. O. Box 2269.: profit. for .et1 Mon 501 N. Orange Are. Phone Olo. hou 46 PACKARD Clipper
f. 1P t 10 Wrt FORD-1937 2door. New er. Only (2205 m .
Rl Al CHEVROLET
BRTAL.a 8.1.W LUNDY HELP-Wash and utrc L.der free I I Travel home. 21 (199550 1941 Special _
upholstery. A bargain. "Profit with
Ktat. le. 18 Celtra 2d. TO BORROW (8000 for I Good hours .e. Ask; 61 Silver Swan Studios. 323 SELL OR TRADE us car. Orange '1{I Trailet Sales. I. R i 48 PLYMOUTH Convertible Coupe
I C2TT.XXCLC8IVE. $. I9tt. }bob ., years at i% Interest on lovely Winter for Mr. llb.dlt. Oland Steam ; Fifth Ave.. N. Y. Buick Co.. H. Ol Rosa. 530 Pophlt'U.d. Caa 5 West C- traiL 1dl. AY. of! Deluxe Town S: '
lake front residence. Asher PONTIAC Sedanette
Park Isandry. "orrd..IA'lACRIG N. Orange Ave. Phone 5410; after 4 dan. Extra clean. 46
TERRITORY-Guaranteed Peter. Realtor. 12 S. Main 2-0786. AGENT 61. Eploymen& Agencies_ I p m. call 4646. FORD-'34 coupe. Far from iank.

l' possible I.O .I II .. Contact..ut Grease rock Inspection a, '46 FORD Convertible Coup
1. .
PRIVATE will buy equity on
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LfU BROWNS PERSONNEL SERVICE PART Inquire 118 Z-lroa Bt
I
> 11. BUILD OR BUT your own home. Pie Work. 212 Ate- I.
I rmol late Bourne. 440 sio.non

\ mk.b.la.l'nltl\11 O ca and.aJ i Plan.the" "Direct Se. First Reduction Federal Finance Savings chances.Land' Fla.. ,or .pa. 168 "n work and come Nurses'to 515 Registry.W. CentraL If you I want you 8. N.II St. after S J.. or Sunday. &b'l I.I I Many ether car t choose fm ''48 BUICK 4 door sedan ,

a lia* Association SO- want h.l call 6326. I FORDS-Anything ''47 PLYMOUTH dub Coupe
; f.aa = la "area. For In !, and East L.D at Court Str.L o Orlrdo. MECHANIC-Shop and foreman. Au 75. Used Cars far Sale 38. Coupe 2-door ma. 4-door. I IYoa' INVESTMENTWin I SEEFEUXWI
and farm
69. Work
Wanted
temale _
f.Un writ dying your au.Uf- (-?. Saturday 5- I 'o "ulpm.lt Ko.par j seen people order a h.m '48 DESOTO Club Coup
utlD.reference In your lit 1 and r or&Stat aa.r. AUSTIN_ *5S as I*. Corner of Mt. burger sandwich and poke their lip forest tlOOOO and servIces InClean

-. Ba 4 BeatlneiBtar.which I .xrl.lce. Howey nfrnnce.Bow-pe CAPABLE B office U.Oed Experienced *-, I Vernon. and Bumby A"elue Pm I out bas the man dln.t art n Established Business. No 47 CHEVROLET 2 door sedos
ne C. bouse.AUCTION Jokes
can be old 64. Help 175.MILKZRHavs. finance. i onions or Grerf.
'
( NNStandard
by max Would be 'Interested ia i- Watd-Femae permanent position. Box 101 SStar.cotoaxm I -200 to 500 can and U old J.tRI tot one Write Bx 10 Sntiel-Sta.
opening for man to suit .
P.*f totnc m*U bnsi- truck will sell every Tuesday 1 I you pocketbook.you
Box o BEAUTICIANS-Senior. Hair stylist who has had experience b using MIap.b and experienced. Seventy dealers bought might as well start singing the -.0-- W* boat the finest selection 4'

; HIGH Lr.ORADB o .a 8PtClitT7.cn'1. aa.Rea-,I Apply. Ph.to Richard 609..BOOKKEEPER J\8.Maxnolla. DeLaval and good m.mah C hl do.ol 100 cars P. &ar here last sale. Looks blue because there sink nobody I AT carefully need cat treat '4O t*> '42

takrant-r-PuIly watered tolnt buataes 'sal.r apply ;r- J. Wetorl.nd Dv. like now we will have over threehundred .o Oe. From (193 t 323. J. a models tnat we bare had la year*. .,.
and .r.ct. nu 1 prn GENERAL OFFICE WORK. Can type for next Tuesday 711 N. OraltBN4. AGRICUTALCHEMICA
Bummer *9OO per Erlrd c.r 1. I U to
sr.t damns cf an make and model
-' _*. Oat aura on edc oftewa. clerk bIU. Appl 2OO L Dl tc\pone. sonia bklreli. and yon to buy or ul

Erchisjve fsmlly.cUetl. LABC W. Church PRITRPRM Wee and Pranrn, rd D\Rpl this sale. We are .1 a hundred and chemical MotorsORANGE elect (rex*.

r term la. Kew !nla I CK-BOUSER and maid o Culr. Pm. e P. O. Box 31 car for 81C here Business rup. Good etmoloi.1 for Florida territory. -
and printer. Dora every week. Automobile AuctionCo."The only. D. prde >
t.ross. bar. beer MOlt teacher Of .
&Itea. >k-m& .ld auU.rbauf.ur Ca RbLCLU4 and opportunity
E-oI
MDLEAGE
brni. Publishing Co. Mount automobile auction inson. Sla
5. Ample '
.a. Dr. Pa. do simple
400 Dial
W.lk-I rfr.ertl .DI. bbarD. nationally known BLOSSOM TRAIL N. Orange 4774
_k. 1. tn. Cal' .. P. Fl*; and -0r E.r PASTRY MAN-First class. Able t and public speaking.Some sale In Fla- Lakeland. Fla. Custom w resume manufaue.M& experience

: .P1.14 IB.J' Realtor, I.ure Reference r"tued j L do anything pastry experience as-sales clerk. Wrt BUICK-1937 4-o Fair con cub rUI. C. B. educ.to ad AT 101 W. Dial 4331
- C8ptoss. .72N.. Oraao: :! -ak :for app1tel' for In [Whit or colored.JL 122 M.Orange. Mrs. W. D. Atherton. Elrtn .ld O1..do dition. 395. K a. Corner Gibson. The Little vm.e 175. I: t BOX 100 8TA I WAHIGTN STREET Cental
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a.> terview. AveWinter. Park. Osrlsnd and Amelia. Open Sunday. Park. -

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r Changes Coming in Autos :: Ice Approval 1 I I I Page 16 Chr gimferg Sfntutfl-gtar Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 NEW LOCATIONDR. i

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i t DETROIT [API The car Indus- ,. ler-are-expected to follow within I /Stocks Pick 'Get Well' Trend CHIROPRACTOR. G. W. MENTZ_
t try doesn't need new models to the next few weeks. UD


I of going promote ahead buyer with interest plans but for it lots Is t I new Hudson's model all the will disclosure required be lower headroom that yet the retain ,jYef NecessaryBy I NEW YORK tAP Interest In ,0-. I :120! S. Court! $Si

changes between now and next and that riders upon entering it MORRISON C MIRIAM stocks revived sharply this week: j --
Spring. will "step down into" the ,vehicle I.TDir c't: llritrl (and the market scored its first strike in the ntUborch district. f CLOSING COTTON I
Ftnt to announce a shut down started no little speculation in automotive tr;; of the Florida Express I advance for a five-day period since Despite moderate selling pres- Saw YORK tAP) C tt I futs s seaaaad WELCOME CENTRALJIORJA
for new model operations is Hudson circles as to the styling Fruit Shlppens-Assn. have agreed Aug. 1.After. sure against the rails on Friday. y554rda/ ender Mars wid..wiwawikns.
F which clqsed Friday night to of other new models yet to come. to accept without opposition an i an almost stagnant start resulting from gloomy estimates of "nct t*. CM. warS d.w5 S* nsu ear tart ry and ..... Sav Lr aM
> Bol.:7YeocIlIe .
lessees aced HUdllllC Boa .priau an ..
make plant and equipment It take from four to six weeks' i I approximate 10 per cent Increase on Monday when only 500.000 earnings prospect and new wage to$155abale._ beds win br .5 CUI'W7 sec kctorc j** h7, L
chances needed to proponed by the hares were traded on one of the demands At time rahns d..sd .an than
Railway brotherhoods
put anew Express by operating
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to complete a model 52 ,. >*a Z-2Z1J for a.a.u RrBTesemtatfrc ta G* AQ'Wkre is Coin
changeover '' a kaw. wit nwtt of tee MWm e *- rhey5
model into production. Others of ; sometimes If the Agency Inc. in rates for shipmentof lightest days on the exchange in which could add $375 million e.-.55 d.cln..s is .ra'fi..
the co-called "independents"those chances contemplated Florida citrus fruit. Alvin A. ; three years dealings picked: up to annually to the carriers' -Ie" *IM Maud that a.aM .f tHfl "SUEP IN
outside the three" are entemlve. Voees. I 1,200000 on Wednesday for s 4nn. tan.eau tha s..tta aRd r ar.-
"big secretary
of announced the shares
even more time I It required. ye costs these managed to .. a.d.S.. It wa aMaw ed tact
f General Motors Ford and Chrys- Most Industry tcrday fastest rally since late July. finish! the day with losses limited wrtft wire .iff i fi Hudson will be down.oureIN'Unf'' The Increase, which miiat ft ape Analysis' saw 'In the upswing largely to fractions. >...tr-,cal ..--..., many *f thaw afar."e. ..

FRANK four week, although It for h*at, been leant proved by the. IiitrreUlP Cointnrrrn an ri *ri"l">n of .Inflationixyrliolujty the UN assembly speech of .....std. .....e....$ wt,1s. r. art.d that Cause
Commission would l tift effective and I Ras 55 55554 iR the to.tr Part .. theaaerae
able to dUpoce of a lot of It flow .Into. the ftorlet Deputy Foreign Minister .
llmlnary rhance-ovrr work while pre Or I. 1 unit will mnminl to market of 'Mini from tn*. YUhinskjr was not designed Ie .mt.nt ef b.N.tn. daaaa Other se-s s.-1d *_a44 M a..w5 that COMFORT"r
CREBSRealtor 20 rail on jUmidurd nets anti lamer who. fri Hie' .J otil sans tunaTr4 Mat _Ir.
It. 1917 modrU ft ronrlu" I I dispel doubts of those anxious
still ..
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were In pro. thfr fifli| i Mjfthrl in tt>. New O.leaRS c.u-
ductlon. !box, 16 renaun matt that klir. |.l!.t.>. ..tlr ,..*>* about foreign relations and economic .batas .nOMK <. cape fWth.f _Rise-
;t .According: to present ft half hOle, niut' (in tuiMirl, *'t<1WlMlftlf Mllrnrllte'/ MMM. I II.! .... of *t.I ti.l prospects.
planning l bU"hrl| | r HlI"lll T.. Hint 'JOrrtiU 1 lug nititiinilillr, Niece. Law LM
Cwtif.4 none of the "biff flUxks held to a narrow ,
thiee' of the 'Industry range Oct. n.n n.M 3145 11.77 off 2S .
Property Manager I will bring out new model on pncknimi unnllrr. ItiMion 'Inen ..,lrtiU,.,., """ kit tj, .limit I", however, with an decliner DJI.1I 11.7* 31.*a JI...J-M ef' M-M
*
"-ti "U, l .
until IIIIAII"I.| ."KirutiitUloii"') fell/liiY. .1 of average Mar 3J 71 11 7. 11.a 31 io-3 ." 2O13iu't
I* .. 1 1>MIL 11 after next Jan. 1: It may hr :/ aa 'lit eli n1'ii.oi1 a point on of 750- JI M a.... 31.54 21.31 erf J.
... -- ...... well Into the Spring month bcI -- It will aptly (to alit p.rksse. mil) m'* fur a Oiittuiyp /ctRfk 000 shares. M U 10 M H 10 7.. ef' M
P-- a-1r10 fore all of them have tarn 'Intro .*. well a.* fontittrrtUI I allp.natl. l\n>kvt* haul, txtlneA ahhrtaruvrling Oct.. 71 M ntt M 5e 25 M* *ff 37 Fi uiyW e t
I ., *i 4im' Cart UO2K. rH 2)
duced. I'i and
('hllltll"iitbrl" 'Ii UIS dn.malut Eggs Poultry b.-_04HEW ,
VIHCC nlit (the dheclltsa' lAd 1 ,
THIS I ---- % tin fur auaiem" Whima ,rhfltIaklill o
WIEKar trad LISTIMA I Foot apeclaliUA-any- that- children tlflr.l' the n'" that (the n",K>ftatl Qo1eg. Park bedroom vnfurid.,bed outgrow their shot f.ulil but C'I'I...... HI" Inctrs..o 'IR/L .',"v""I""t. ./ale, In .Iha Wrrk A Q *.le. to re aI:ars. OrWss iRtdmeted tatted.. _vas.. Sn waaesS1S_ _vSt5R OvtS.ar
bungalow $10.500 I one to six months until they rvrry : had "irwjiiMiIrd list 'tat+ifp ''ltiIU h I! 'Hie. (' iil",itM. of staid 'Ic'Ht i on 'trade A lid Set Car. MM., Cat.. L.chasC.: (Ww..5 _..) e
U. air change.... l tap .uhllJahr"| l lfci..t June i iIrnniportatluu !P'tlday. whip,..Wllt-llt. ('Oin fctHl oats ,..,.. __uuu__ 26.getdos.". .,.I. Crfmlrm -_
--- -- 30 In .i.-.t.4.. ".t-...,..i.I.'_ I i ,, Mrdl.a ---=-==-== SI ;;. .) i4 CHICAGO MAUKCTS AT A GLANCE
in i/nirneci" '
--'--- ' Jltll'.Nt Ui all"wabl" IsiPl.-
; ;; 5511 KM. 54 WMCAT Weak: lK* y paRdate.
THREE GOOD I I rnlm Mifflclrnlly In daily' liinlU. w*. icrriinir M dWIUif>I- ,lane' -.-- ,28 oz 19 7* 'as 77 CORN.. .>.*. limit far ti .itra> lit
REASONS WHY I advance<< of th" citrus uriuon( news for inflittion-inlnded a.1ea eUzec' to ooaatn.ra: oar.OATS.
of Orlando I Their acUon. he ald.. tires not eirmrntaTli KttWt. Car Uit : W...lr wits sheaf, cam
City and
__
Utilities
HOGS
rhade A :
Commission Choose ((20)) New j Indicate that the association approves I Associated Press 60alocJccompo",1.e Lain. ____ 24 Per IM doc.. 12 In Crt If CATTLE Mimny N xn<..affy ataa Jr. ..
I higher rates but that It "Ix'I was ahead 8 of a pointon .. "*... -___-..-___ 21 a270 I 7>
Mail ._ .
lieves the best uu u 1* 01 M 5 3
FEDERAL possible adjustment the week at 64 8. For the five 7.5,5 tan: ___ h -_ 24 .b, ma osPlorlds M
,i ditions ha*! been" made under existing con sessions" transactions totaling tfrtuto tatta to rcUSera. to tote I PLANNED INCOME I Modernize yoor itoeco 1 1home

MOTOR TRUCKS I The association's efforts have since 180.320 the shares week ended were Aug.the largest 1 and tamcrt.New York It,.. Dreu.d Lie. I PROGRAM with Bondex. the ,
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I d
and '
succeeded In obtaining for the Express compared with 3718.360 in the Preen and 2 I 111. UP ________._ Dr aS3 S. <<< i Fruit BredvM wed ____.____
1'-2
Economical Dependable Tough Shippers approximate preceding period. Sena Matt ___. __h______. SI 41 S9 I i water stains and seal cat .,
ly the 51
] minimum Increase; to be i I Despite the Heal 111M .___ __ --_ CURRENT YIELD !
See Us Before You Buy. Available Now 1\ dip of .1 of a point hun. 34 40 i c mpne .IMyroappl, ;
$.
%. 2's.! 3 Ton made by the express in AI..
Guava ...* ..n...* all make of Trnrk and I agency in the average for the eighth successive brush it i.ad$ wil' 'rid, t'
Car Low
'IIf ORLANDO 1 Southern territory where the Monday decline extremely CHICAGO metWHZAT CHAIN. RANGE 5to510! I I on. coat. AtdroAry; c-.r. /lady .f .
''I FEDERAL TRUCK CO. I 52 maximum.78 proposed increase is | light dealings and the narrowest Olen Hi9" L.. Class i f !IdbkaniakstAbvt $ <<..,.. f..dai..a cI" ':
I '711 VEST: KOIUNSO.V AVE. per cent and the average Increase market since Aug. 27. many industrial SePt. -___. 25$ one Shclal r0te J00 -
h- 202 251:
/ .is 27.86 per cent" he explained shares gave evidence of D-e __Uh_ 2S9'. -.. 25una:2S'n. .. __..-
ready support in the March. hU-- 250 2$215 2811 258 )
week's ,
initial __
"By holding their increase to session. J May" lT ._u__ 254 237 2U-- 252 Get Yw BOHDEX.Co/or/ Chart frtm.
231? .
h. 234' 224 227'.. If ..
an average of about 10 STAN I Is
per rent CORN COMSTOCK
Pay by Check to SAVE MONEY the Express Fruit Encouraging was the quick Scut. ___ 2n
Shippers have rise I I n 2/1i 238 .238
I of teel's operating rate i: D-c. ___ __ 222 IRrMtRSOt Bvrke' Tr pieal Paint C*. The Sbtrmrut-Wtmtiat '
t been singularly h 222 211H. a21$' a cer'tiesy : C.
Money in fortunate since I 839 W. Roomsoa .
_
your pocket is easy to spelldJ'OIl after settlement of the rail 31a1 h 213'5 214'-l 212'.s212'. Ave. 4M S Orange Ave _
I me commercial shippers or citrus Jell 2oSS! 705 Lake.
-- '-- --- 2075. 2OH. .20' Dan Dries I IPft
think twice before I by freight 1----- ---- OATS I Robertson Supply C.. Buiders _
faced Supply a4 .
you withdraw are with 8ep& __ UOS-Tctetypa OBOrUlKt a S3 W Jausoa xcvetty C*
from the bank money I the possibility of much greater ;i review by telephone with :Mr. Dee. _hh__h_- 109 1121. 109 1121.. 1031.1051.. 105'108 SJ- W :jtt ParT !
by check. I increases and in general transportation Wells then In Washington on the Warch .h_'_ __ _ .102.. ,
_
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pending May h 100 100'. ItS'. !95'. Rereseotic.
rates are being substantially freight rate increase case ; July ____
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increased in all lines. presently before the ICC" he said. BARLEYDle. aa Kelioa OBoart, IIc. J'J'T. tat

riTIZENS NATIONAL BANK!' I "While it would have been far The increase is sought by the : 60YBEA.'i5Noy.. '__!'_' __ _n _._ ___ aIlS KraberD lr.A.aD.

easier to decide to oppose the pro- Railway Express Agency to help _n__ __-324. 324 318 b320 rt oa Beach; r... B OHDEX ////771WCEMENT/
0' ORLAN00 posed increase. the directors with meet an approximate: $60 million March -._ 321 3U 321 321
Member Federal Reserve System Member KDJ.C. wisdom weighed their chances and boost in railway transportation

E. Robinson at Court St. concluded they were fortunate in i I charges and agency wage increases -
Dial 7141 securing for the Express Fruit i totaling $30 million.
Shippers a minimum increase j "The express agency contem- I
when much larger increases plates handling .
are about 180 million ; \.
being ordered on practically another '! packages during 1947" Voges said.

Would commodities." | "By simple arithmetic it will be j
You Use An Umbrella Thai Leaks Voges said the directors agreed,j; seen that It would require rate
I to go along with the proposed Increase Increases of over 50 cents
You win be per
surprised how reasonable we can put at a two-day meeting here package to pay the additional bur-
your automobile top in i new condition. which followed "numerous conferences' den on railway express totaling .. .
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STATION WAGON TOrs-cONVERTIBLE TOPS with railway express officials t- over $90 million." ,...
1I. 1 AND SEDAN DECKS-JEEP TOPS. COACH and with John O'Rourke. J. S. Allen. Umatilla. Is president -
secretary-manager and Maxwell of the Express Fruit .
Shippers
SEAT COVERS aid Let ulnsUU Wells traffic counsel of the Grow- Assn., which has a membership of I C ;

i 9Qi9U Up tiYhUeYoouu Shop ers and Shippers League of Florida more than 200 and represents a. ,. ._
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"We Cover Everything But,The Clouds"ORLANDO ICC member.as well as contact with an I fresh majority of the State's commerriaf I ;:. ,

SEAT COVER & SUPPLY COMPANY' "The decision to accept the increase -.:13 I 1-%,fruit million shippers.packages Last of season citrus j. .' j

IM W. Washington St. r was arrived at only after fruit amounting 'to 1449.600 i *

TeL 8454 full Information review of the statistics and ,,. standard poxes, were shipped by INCREASE.IN: YOUR LIVING .a
from freight rate and express from Florida. I .
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express rate hearings, and final j' ) ,-.
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A li ,1 ,', Refrigerators 255% .
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Company Sales Record
on typical .
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cost living has
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sight, to whom and ,. ,, ', I 1 reports average weekly wages are up 111.4% over the 1935-39 period.

\. 1 Therefore our appliances are relatively lower in than
: price in 1940 because we have absorbed
most
when you paid them! ::1 of the increased
f cost. By comparison with
I : 1 other basic commodities, the cost of Green's Fuel Gas
: ::1 Appliances has increased but
slightly. The added facilities of
: Green's Fuel Gas have improved
Jf f ::1 service far the
beyond
,, proportion of price rise and we will continue to give you the best possible
I gas service at lowest cost.
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you recognize their authentic :
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you. try them you discover :
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something left over each "friend Heating

-';." Fircf National i i liness of fit"-an extra i Modern Air Conditioning .

< month. It saves you money! margin of comfort that i

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., Teen-Agers* Mr. ,Moscrip

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Fall Program 4 4 AtlantaMr.

\ The first Teen-Agers' party of and Mrs. WillIam W. KeUtenngham

{he Fall season will be held of Atlanta O*.. announce *

Wednesday from 7 to 10 pjn. atthe the mama a of their
\ daughter. Elizabeth to SotoertMoscrtp
Orlando Coliseum with members 3d. of this city. MR of
of the John M. Cheney Chapter F Mrs. Caroline Moscrtp' of< Ortaado

Order of DeMolay presenting '. Y "., .: : and Robert MoMrtp of Bvaaaton
the program. y ; HI. which took place ..... I at
:: J. f. Higgle will be In charge of .r t.: I Sacred Heart Church Atlanta
the program. Skating will be heldtrom
7 to 9 pan. program from I! }:: .' Ga.The bride tends fee Itth Museum
9 to 9:30: pjn. and dancing from I
x s sf ; School of Art IB Atlanta.
9:30: to 10:30 pjn. All DeMolays < .;
a 4 where she will be a MCUOT this
will be admitted free for the eve-

ning. I \ ."> Fall.Mr.
: Moserip served' in the
Anyone wishing to attend these
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: Tad armed forces for three yoars. two
teen-agers' parties which are __
| I Irsa years in the Ordnance Oarpa and
sponsored weekly by the Orlando !
i ,,,. ; one as an Infantry lunloaant ta.
Recreation Dept., may make application : ,E Fe $ w::, fs the
ETO. He to at aQeDd-
f present
Coliseum ..
at the door of the ; .
A 'y ing the Georgia School of Tech-
and register there Wednes- y do ..:..\,
day. All teen-agers are welcome. ; .- ...v. .' nology and is a member of t14.asa
Chi fraternity. He wa graduated.
from Orlando Senior Hick School
Mrs. Neel '/. x:. 'il In the class of 41.
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)\MacLeish\ :?:. .oh. >Y f I Miss\ Thomas,



Will Marry\ a !J '7 Mr. Millitzer\

Mrs. George William Persons of 'F'
; this city formerly of Klssimmee. To Be Wed
Is today announcing the forthcoming -i
marriage of her daughter. Announcement is Ic.ad.*
Mildred Persons Neel. to Robert, today by Mr. and Mi*. Alvin
Franklin" MacLeish. son of Mur-I, James Thomas of this cttr of! the
ray Merwin MacLeish of this city.I engagement of their tettjhtcr,
formerly of Columbus. Ohio and; Rebecca Jane. to Max JullaJl MB-
the late Mrs. MacLelsh. litzer son of Mr. and Mr*. CtydaMillitzer
. The .wedding date has been set also of this city.
for Saturday. Oct. 4. and the nuptials i 'tnF/ M The wedding mill be an eventof
Rh"
a
will be solemnized at 4:30': Oct. 4 and plans for the ceremony
p.rn. at the Frances Chapel of| will be announced later

Knowles Memorial Chapel in Win- 'P The bride-elect, a popular member
ter Park. Complete plans will be of the local younger set attended -
announced later. I Florida State Uahrontty.
The bride-elect Is the daughter Tallahassee for two yean and
of the late Mr. George William later graduated from the Qaiver-
Persons of Kissimmee. who was I sity of Georgia. Athena. Ga. where
prominent in business circles she was a member of the Phi Ma
throughout the State. She received I sorority. She Is a member of the
her early education in Kl.vdmmce 9' f' Spinsters Cotillion Club of Or*
and graduated from the :junior land ..
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division of Sullins College in Bris-\1 Mr. Mfflitzer Is now credit manager *
tol. Va. She later attended the .
4 ,. for the B. P. Goodrich Corp.
University of Georgia graduating '4 here. During the war he was a.
from there .with a BS Degree in : .. + xxxa glider pilot with the Army Air
.
Education. She was president of Forces serving for 2 1-2 years Ha
the Georgia chapter of Pi Beta Phi '. was overseas in the European
fraternity and .a member of the I Theater for 14 months.Announcement .
Woman's Panhellenic Assn. there. of Miss Thomas' ,
For two years she .was president of i I engagement was made known yesterday -
the Georgia chapter of Pi Beta Phil i ara to a group of her claM
Alumnae Club. friends. .when her sitter-in-law.
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Mr. MacLeish attended schools k g ,:'.. YL. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr.. entertain
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In Columbus. Ohio and St. Petersburg ed with a luncheon In her honorat
graduating from Florida ..%3 ,.q' :3:vi i3:J. ft t.. 4 R ff the Orange Court Hotel.
Military Academy as an honor stu The beautifully appotefed table*
dent. During the war he served in y'a R4r, _R"$ .g i i was centered with a pink and
the U. S. Army. Air Corps two white flower arrangemeato and
years of which were spent in the the favors carried out the bridal
Pacific Theater of Operations. He I I motif.
was graduated with honors fromthe With the honoree were included
University of Florida receiving! her mother. Mrs. A. J. TMmu.I .
at BA. Degree in Journalism. He, ---- I and the Mmes. Clyde MlBttaer.
nag a member of Sigma Delta Chi, -I0ur .*" Staff ***, T honorary' journalistic society. Sigma -, VISITING HERE ARE THE TWO ATTRACTIVE DAUGHTERS OF MRS. THOMAS J. CANCELMO AND THEIR FAMILIES. 11 I I Carl Miller J. R KuJIr:........ R.

the Nu" -social Book fraternity associate editor editor of of: Shown above are, left to right Mrs. Seth Jefferson Mc- two sons will be here until the latter part of the month before I party at Cocoa Shores, Cocoa Beach, at which Col. and Mrs. E.Apopka J.lWitur.V.: Samuel. O.O. MOtttaer Wttkfes, of J.

the "Alligator" a member of the Kee; Col. McKee, their two sons, William Blanchard McKee returning to ,their home in Philadelphia. Both families, McKee and Mr. and Mrs. Stevens were special guests. Hostsat L.Lamberton W O. Thomas Rob
board of student publications and and Seth Jefferson McKee Jr., seated beside Emil L StevensJr pictured here at the spacious home of Mr. and Mrs. Cancelmoon the Mr. ert Marshall Valdeen C. Thomas
party were and Mrs. Cancelmo Mr and Mrs. Larry
a student assistant In. the depart- and Michael Blanchard Stevens, their father Emil L Ccpeland Dr., have visited here at various times duringthe II Jerry Ross. Richard Fletcher,
ment of journalism. He is now associated Satariano and Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Jack BUK
Battaglia. The McKeesand Charles Potter and
.with the advertising department Stevens and Mrs. Stevens. Col. and Mrs. McKee and chil- past few years, but this year'marks the first time they I Also the Misses Caro--n IUdl.I .
of the Orlando Daily dren are here for another; week before going to March Field, have had the four boys here at the same time. Last week- the Stevens are returning again this weekend to enjoy I Mary Ann Hitch. Maro Dates and

Newspapers, Inc. Cal.. where Col. McKee has been assigned. The. Stevens and end more than 10Q guests attended a swimming and supper j the surf and sun at Cocoa Beach. I Margaret BaughP .
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Mrs. Maguire The McKees The Stevens 11 Doctors Wives



RepresentingLocal Enjoy Visits Here Together Plan PartyAt

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"It is grand to be back In Or- uary. They are the house guestsof
LeagueMrs. I lando again but what makes Mrs. McKee's mother Mrs. Sanlando
,everything about our visit perfect
McCullough Maguire
Thomas J. Cancelmo until they Women's Auxiliary of the
chairman of the economic study is the fact that Ella and Steve The
of the Orlando-Winter Park were able to come home at the. leave next week for March Field Orange County Medical Society
group
a same time." informed brunette CaL. where CoL McKee will be Kf
League of Women Voters, will will entertain with a covered dish
Mrs. Seih Jefferson McKee the assigned to headquarters 12th Air +
leave today for Atlanta where party at Sanlando Springs
Force. supper
VgaSY
: former Sally Parshall of this city
she will represent the League of
Women Voters at an area con- Mrs. McKee and her famed |i When Mrs. McKee referred to Wednesday, at 6 pjn. t II
ference on international trade. military husband. CoL McKee. are i Ella and Steve she meant her I The affair will be held to honor
"The Atlanta conference Is one : here between his Army assign- brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and the members of the Medical So- '
of nine such meetings scheduledby ments with their two adorable Mrs. Emil L. Stevens who are ciety. Those desiring to swim before -
the in I boys. Seth Jefferson ,McKee Jr. here from Philadelphia with their
league strategic centersof
Invitedto
who will be five sonS. rUle supper party are r ;
the United States." Mrs.' Rhea years old in November Emil L. Stevens Jr.. who will
Marsh Smith local league presi- and William Blanchard' be three next month and Michael come earlier in the afternoon. _
dent, said. "It is expected that I McKee who will, be two in Jan ( [Continued on Page 19] Reservations may be made by 3 _
facts about International trade I contacting Mrs. Carl Hoffmann.

will be reviewed and a fresh per- 800 Edgewater Dr. p

spective obtained on the place of ,
t .yraA4 the United States In the trade of
Mr.\
the world. Stryker z
"The last convention of
the league voted to work for Will \
Marry
i the elimination of trade bairiers'as' :
one.way In which machineryfor I $ ':1
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world peace might be strength- ..twsx Local Girl __
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Ct ened. Specifically is hoped thata
: way will be found to see the Mr. and Mrs. H.M.Tinklepaughof
Ii establishment of an InternationalTrade Y this city are today annojinrfmg
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i ,y Organization within which the engagement of their daughter.
trade problems may be worked Mary Jane to George Edmund
?t out satisfactorily. At the confer- Stryker. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. N
ence ways will be discussed by Stryker of Orlando formerly of
which .we may determine what Wuliamsport. Pa.
foreign trade means to our com- The bride-elect attendedJocal
munity. schools graduating with the class
Various phases of the subject of 43 from Orlando Senior High
which Mrs. Smith said would be watYs SChool. where she was a memberof
discussed in Atlanta are the posi- :xA the Dixie Deb Club. She is now
tion of the United States in for- -, an active member of the Alpha a,
iTTiM eign trade trade In the emergency Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
post war period. reciprocal trade sorority. She is also a member of .
agreements and the'kind of ma- Chapter 131, Order of Eastern
chinery which might be established Star, and the Broadway Methodist)t '" /l":
through United Nations to Church. MisS Tinklepaugh holds a

MRS. MILDRED PERSONS NEEL insure a stable international econ secretarial Electric position Co. with the Western MISS REBECCA JANE THOMAS

: October bride-elect. Mr. Stryker attended school In) her engagement told at luncheon.
a omy.OAAB Winiamsport Pa. prior to moving
Clubs to Orlando. He graduated from :
Holds Radio Auditions Orlando Senior High School with!>
League the class of '42. For the vast two : Miss Cbristoph's 1 EngagementTo
Set Activities years he has been employed in: the I I

Week New Series production-planning departmentof Made Known
for
This ija McDade
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Activities of the Orlando Army Speed Sprayer Co. of Orlando. Mr.
Air Base Women's Club and of the Complete plans for the wedding.
Of great Interest to the children dren in Central Florida and to Increase Officers' Club. OAAB.. this week which is to be an event of this Mrs. Vivian Christoph of Lock- 11%'. McDade served for two

of Orange County is the an- their of Interest from and the will be"as" follows: Winter at the Broadway Methodist hart is today announcing the en-j I years overseas In the U. 8. Army
standpoint both listening
nbuncement being made by Mrs. participation the Junior League is WEDNESDAY Officers' ,Club.. ;Game members party and for .Church will be announced at a gagement of her daughter. Bar- during the war. He is new associated

(lamp Williams :radiI chairman inviting all fourth fifth and sixthgrade guests at 8 pjn. at the club. later date. bara Louise, to Jack C. McDade. I with the Pittsburgh OWl
of Orlando, students to attend the auditions THURSDAY Women's Club Co. here.
o the Junior League Hostesses Plan' son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McDadeof
Two
o the inauguration of a new se- to be held each night this Bridge Club will meet at 1:30
J>s of "live radio programs"The week at ;::30 pjn. at the studios of p mIn main lounge. Officers' Party Wednesday; this city.'The JUNIOR LEAGUE NOTICE
of the WDBO. Notices are being sent to Club.FRIDAY. wedding -will take place
.. t'8 Listen teague\sponsors* program heard the pupils.as to which night theim, t ... Women's Club gen- Mrs.Ben K.Thompson and Mrs. here Dec. 2 at St. Luke's Episcopal It Is urgently requested that all
every Saturday over WDBO. will school will be auditioned and it eral meeting at 1:30 pjn. In Crawford Bickford win be Joint Cathedral. Plans for the cere- .sustaining members of the Junior
esent its play at 10 Is requested that any child attending main lounge. Officers' Club. hostesses next Wednesday after- Orlando attend meeting '
P as opening League of a -
will be later.
with announced
several familiar when they entertain a mony \
bring SATURDAY.. Saturday night noon
ain, Oct. 4. Jack and the. Bean former's I The bride-elect graduated from on Tuesday!! at IB am. at the
readings. An audition for adults dance from 9 to 1 aon. cola party at the I
stalk. pm.
MISS MARY'JANE TINKLEPAUGHt. Orlando Senior School and home of Mrs. Asher Peter 165
High
will be held at a later date. Plans at Officers' '. Club will be home 1131 Guernsey Ave. Guestsare
J2o In educational endeavoring programs to encourage for crUI-ra- IContinued, on Page 191 formal. her betrothal told by parents Invited from 3 to :5 i o'clock. attended Orlando Junior College. Ridgewood Ave.








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Page 18 1tt &wtfcat, Stnttnrl-> &tttr Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 ABCDIAPER 1 ANNOUNCING China, Gla a. Pottery. Lanpc ;
I and Ottawa*
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SERVICENew WE FIT ALL SHAPE Open Stock Dinner Wan

Susan Branch nnd about ef/tl1JzallrY da [ I Ie Accounts and Future WATCH 1 SOUR CRYSTALS SERVICE Service for 6, $7.85 up
Are Solicited
Reservations JEWE .RY
BLOCK'S THE CHINA MART
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Telephone 2-1177 18 W. Church St
Celebrates ORlANDO WINTER PARR I EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING M1-44J N. OraBft An. TeL a 1'JSt'

CIDRIillE

Birthday I

,t By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor
Little Susan Branch daughterof

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Branchof NIGHT Mr and Mrs. Irvin P. Walker entertained a
SATURDAY
Winter Park, celebrated her group of friends at an open house at their new home in Just Arrived! A New Shipment of-
seventh birthday yesterday after- Winter Garden. Mrs. Walker is the former Martha Thomas of Winter -
noon when her mother entertained ,. "w- Park, and the 3 i .tea :n,, r .t
y with a party in her honor at their ;; > yY.: : :;I guests included a
home 666 Seminole Dr. i :' number of her
With the honoree were included \ :.,
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: ; Orlando and
Melissa Campbell. Nancy Medlock F jsmni.mii *mm>". ...<*
Joan Pf lug. Pats Buchanan, Jean .....: Winter Park ATOMIZERS !
Rogers,Judy Billingham and Su- III.. friends. ,
san Cragg. k : The Walkersj) ,'S ik5
.. .: were married this I, sw
Wilting African daisies may be ,: a "'"<" Summer, and i -
revived by a warm bath Ij j s. ? l have been making
--j I ( L: ,' 's t. their home in 1 '
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Winter Garden
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.iit visits here to seeM
i'x friends and rela- t '
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r, for a visit is Mrs.!

STAR.: s who Walter will Keating be with,I .


I HITSNOW)! g > .; her Rudolph at her mother apartment Glatly, Mrs.,$ } It : 'l :ss\k


; e at Lake the Highland for two! -., \ i

weeks. capt.1 '
I Keating nowstationed MRS. THEODORE AUGUSTUS SMITH JR. I

at' is the former Miss Betty Davis Shouse, whose marriage i ,
I Craig Field is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William N.
I MRS. IRVIN P. WALKER Selma. Mr.;' Shouse of Umatilla. The bride graduated last June from Duke'' Straight to a lady's heart ate
is hostess. and Mrs. James!' University and Mr. Smith is completing his senior year at the
,
BENDIX A., Pittman left t,.this week for visits in Cincinnati and Toledo. While University of Florida. Their marriage was an event of Sept. 15. i,: dainty clear crystal atem-
automatic Mrs. Pittman is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Brumback of Ottawa ', hers to lend an air of pwt

Hills Toledo, Mr. Pittman will attend a business meeting in Dtroit.I' New Season Lines 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 frock takes % enchantment to her drrMtaf
Home O O O i
Laundry 1 4 7-8 yards 39-inch fabric. 1! 4 a a table. Select one of these beautiful
JACK F. THOMPSON was hostess this week at a dinner party I '
MRS.\ Send TWENTY-FIVE cents hi
atomizers to that
Dr. Gibbs Ashley, who is the fiance of her daughter, please
See how the BFNDXAr / coins for this pattern to The Sen- -
certain girl in your heart I
I Miss Faye Thompson. Guests included members of the families.
000T I tinel-Star 102 Pattern Dept.. 232 i
WASHES CLOTHES i iI ii W. 18th St. New York 11, N. Y.
SAVING TOMORROW TO attend Florida State University Tallahassee Print plainly SIZE. NAME. ADDRESS 1,15'1.50.1.00.1.50
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jlr RINSES-3 TIMES Rill be Lois Newark, Enid Krouse, Betty Ann Ward, Veraf i STYLE, NUMBER. and no

ir DAMP DRYS CLOTHES | Cone. Marian Floyd, Winona Hardy and Jean Porter Bobbie Lane'j i (/4 .

jJr CLEANS ITSELF left this weekend to resume her studies at Barry College, Miami, I .

it DRAINS ITSELF where she is a senior This week a group of the college set had :: FAMOUS I ,
a get-together at the home of Carroll Luther, and in the group were s CALART (Artificial) FLOWERS .
jlr SHUTS ITSELF OFF t
Lois Newark Bobbie Lane, Judy Garland Ruth Metzer, Arlene Davis, f Mast N tu'al l Artificial Flower Mad ttP"--
+ ENDS WASHDAY WORK Hal. Burton and James E. Smith, Tom MacDonald and Ray Flint. MANY Sold VARIETIES Exclusively-ALSO, By VASES ,I Cocmetic Bar Street Floor ])
ANGEBILT FLORAL SHOPPE I
SAVES CLOTHES Also among. those attending Florida State University is Barbara Rinker. Mtnanine O O O
SAVES HOT WATER
MRS. CHARLES GEISSLER Lucerne Cir., left Saturday for New ,
Tlr SAVES SOAP I City, where she will be a guest at the Hotel Pierre, to attend ,
conferences presented by the nationally known bridge expert. .
Charles H. Goren, of Philadelphia. Aim of the conference is to pre- f
a.au sent 1948 innovations to be given to experts and teachers. Some new :
and startling surprises in bridge are being predicted. Mr. Goren I
''f't'_ has the distinction of being the one person who holds the greatest
:,." .." number of master points won in National tournaments. Ely Culbert-I
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e.;; t:
son will hold his conference sometime later this Fall. The c
< f tional bridge lawmakers are coming to make many new Interns-j ..
: changes in contract and duplicate laws it is stated. There have been i k

.- ...1.'......1 no changes in bridge laws since 1941. : Your feet are in for a lot of attention now.

1< Yom I Mrs. Baker To Fete 1 l:7

1 Miss Bertha BtirkhardMrs. .

: i i Dance Vincent E. Baker is enter- ,1

.t rz taining tomorrow night with a We present three of the season's highest-fashion
L < '
;: miscellaneous shower in honor of I '
1 1I I For W 9253
Miss Bertha Burkhard, whose models the finest shoes Jn the world!
I II $iz s /7d b. among
{ The Jewish engagement and approaching .
''conclude i its marriage to Joseph P. Melton was 12-20 'I I
I 'r.t-te' "iGtuzccq.J/ I i Year season i announced last week by her par- \I Tunics are IN! Hip-drapery ]sIN
bur dance'at
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I ;. .e I Choral Group I ITo ''League Holds Radio AuditionsContinued I Miss ,McKee's.

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; Be Formed for a permanent radio dramatic had interviews with program directors Engagement
f ir.-j; I department are being made and I I at the CBS studios and is f ,
well informed on the latest meth-
For Teachers : the names of all persons selectedat I ods of presenting children's pro- I Made\ Known
n r t these auditions will be placed I or entertaining and
v 4 In response to a request from on file to be called to take part I grams.educational Scripts stories have been selected Lt. CoL and Mrs. William A. Mr.Kee .
many Orange County teachers on the Let's Listen programs as for dramatization. of this city are today announcing *
'ate that a choral group be'formed in well as other amateur programs at the engagement of their
Assisting :Mrs. Williams on her
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which they might participate Mrs. WDBO.
h Y. committee are Misses Pauline : daughter Emma Jane to Dr. Kurt
'lS n q R. S. Hogue. Orange County music The Junior League is fortunatein I
,} dx .4 Harrell and Miriam Hardin, :Mrs. ; A. Sepmeier of Tattahaswe.
supervisor is'announcing plans for of Ben
having the co-operation Hal Knowles :Mrs. Kenneth Tin- : '
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: such a group. Aycrigg who will direct and pro- dall Mrs. John A. McEwan and Miss :McKee is instructor 01
Notices were sent out for an or- duce these programs every Satur- Mrs. Richard Inman adviser. English at Fiorida State University -
K 7M C'C i ganization meeting to be held Sept. day morning.! Mr. Aycrigg, who is The Junior League is presenting Tallahassee, and Dr. Scpmeier
19 at Memorial'Junior High on the staff of WDBO. has just '
Follies Dec. 6 and all
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is assistant professor of economics
returned from New York where he
School auditorium but. it was benefits derived, from this pro-
postponed because of the storm at FSU.
gram will be used to further com-
j' +. until Thursday at 3:30: pjn. mentary schools through high munity projects sponsored by the Lt. Col. McKee is chaplain at
..;. '.. ., /; H. Law Mallard music directorat school are invited to join. Men's league. Part of the proceeds will the Veterans Hospital OWen N
t.. a a Memorial Junior High School. voices will be needed, and all who be made available to promote JIRI C. at the present time.
will be the conductor for the are interested are asked to attend I dio education for the children of Plans for the wedding win be
J At jy1 chorus and all teachers from del. this meeting. this country. > announced at a later date.

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is the former Fay Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.: K'I'"R; I .. .
Mr. Felter of Mr. MRS. T. A. L "
Smith of this city. Her marriage to son ,
before her Sept. 13 at the Morrison'i .. /,; .
and Mrs. L, W. Felter, also of Orlando, was a recent eventat was marriage ;
the First Baptist Church. A reception was held in the | Memorial Methodist Church in Chattanooga Miss Mary Wall a'; ;\ i
Delaney classroom of the church, after which the couple left ;j; ing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walling of this city. Mr. I ; '" 1 1I
the East Coast. They will reside here at Kittrell is from Chattanooga. The Rev. J. M. McLeod per- :
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OILANDO bvrriei PARCEL I'BUl .1 DELIVERY P.M. I [ from Page 17] I Blanchard Stevens., nine months Croix de Guerre, French Croix de
PHONE 7284 I old. Guerre and the Belgium Four- I
: The Stevens are here until the ragere.
latter part of the month before r CoL McKee :served overseas in .
returning to Pennsylvania where France. Belgium. England and
Opn Monday EveningsWARREN'S I Mr. Stevens is real estate negotiator Germany for 22 months during the
for the Atlantic Refining Co. .
Mrs. Stevens the former Ella war.A graduate of Washington and
Parshall.' graduated from Rollins Lee University :Mr. Stevens servedin ,
Winter Park Phone 68 II College where she majored in art the Army for 3-a? years in Afri I agar 3 i
and received the John Tiedtke
ca. India and China, with the Air !
Award in her senior year. The
walls of the Cancelmo home bear Cprps.Both Col. :McKee and Mr. Stevens -I I
several of her portraits and other I ... .. .
returned from overseas dutyin .
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developing a touch system. ing and am continuing' the art during that time, went to Jack-I I MRS. WILLIAM SEAVER ,
admitted, j
:\. pfSCtJCIBC WhAt &. ever after a fashion she sonville to meet them.
Leis .ns in your home glancing at her two stalwart sons. the last time the two families had r. is the former Miss Inez
:O--2.5 Lessons "When the boys are a little older,
visited here at the same time before -
Adults or Children : Rayborn of Gainesville whose;
Call Ernie Hansen I plan to continue my studies. their re-union this year. Thisis ;i
PkB IMS 9* Boa K .-SUr Miss Florida Citrus of 1941.Mrs. the first time the four boys i i marriage took place recently at:'
McKee was married soon after have all been together.NEEDLEWORK ,
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adores Army life.'and enjoys meeting : : GUILD '
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returning k
Ap/ctvreof new people. The annual Fall meeting of the i i I
I CoL McKee who is Regular combined circles of the Orlando: their wedding trip the couple
WATCH Army took a pre-medical courseat Branch of the Needlework Guildof !will make their home in i I iII "h
the University of Oklahoma before America Inc. for their section % .
I the war and this Summer received presidents, directors, and memberswill i Gainesville, where Mr. Seaver,
I his degree in government be held in the Salvation Army ;the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.I'
I there."I : Citadel Friday at 2
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f new assignment."he said modestly the in-gathering which is to be: at the University of Florida. He\ 16' fK
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Class Names Jf&.1n / Personals Miss Sallie McKibben. head of I Tea Table bz,

t New Officers the cosmetic department of McEiroy's x,.
has returned from a two-
weeks visit in New York City
j Horn Makers Class of Miller LOifl where she visited outstanding cosmetic Chatter

Memorial Baptist Church has an- and beauty salons. MODULE

*now ced the following incoming \} WITH JEAN POTHERS Burton and Hal Smith who are By CYNTHIAOut
officers for the year: Euzelian Class of the First Baptist I home from the University of Tennessee -
Church will meet at 9:30: a.m. i are leaving next weekend at their charming country
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Mrs. Lola
Bourne president: today at the church All members -I)I for Atlanta to attend the Tennes- home. Casa Punta. GEN. and
Mrs. Ollie Morgan vice-president: I of the class former members. see-Georgia Tech game there be- MRS. EDWIN J. HOUSE have as I
Mrs. Katherine Thomas second 1 i and teachers are urged to be pres- i! fore going on to Knoxville to re-
guests
: their house their daughter. i
%lc *s1dent: Mrs. Vera Gemein- ent. sume their studies. They will be
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hardt. third vice-president: Mrs. 000. ,I I I accompanied to Atlanta by JamesE. MRS. JOHN H. CARTER and

+ Bsie Bums, secretary-treasurer: Monthly business meeting of the Smith and Ray Flint, who will 'small daughter,SUSAN GAY who
Mrs. Dorothy Rajeany. publicity Orlando Pilot Club will be held 'also attend the game. : are here from Dayton, O, They'll

chairman: the Mmes Addle Sny- :I tomorrow at 6 p.m. at the Chamber Jack Folsom has entered the : be here.until mid-October Fri- *_ A JA
der OVa Pace Verda Phillips and !I! of Commerce Bldg. Attendance Medical School of Emory University ;:
; day night they all dinner
were
Jessie HuUel. captains. Indian Chief
group of aU members is urged. :. Atlanta. Ga. : Do you have a potential Cowboy or in
Other members present were the 'I 000 Mrs. Jeanette Newark and lion guests of LT. GEN. and MRS. r your family-or maybe it'*. a Cowgirl or Indian Squaw.In .
times Minnie Lott. Esther Hunt I Joman's Missionary Society of GEORGE H. BRETT who have ; !
4j outfit at the
Ted Newark have returned from either case you will find a complete
Maine Sheeny. Edythe White. the First Baptist Church will hold Jacksonville.Jack I recently moved into their brand ; : :; '
Opal Love. Jane Love and Mrs. its State mission program tomor- new home on Lake Sue in Mer- "Playtime Store. Besides the suit for boys or girls you

Lillian Oreenwall. a guest. ; row from 10 a.m. to 12 at the I Poe who has been visit- ritt[ Park ,. It is a most enchant- will find lots of accessories including spurs. hats bandana .
The next class meeting will be I church All members are asked ing his mother Mrs. Margaret I lag place, and it even features a y j? 'h N p 5.J; *. tomahawks and knives [rubber of course], plus
a banquet the time and place to to be present and to bring I Poe 225 E. Robinson Ave.. has I I tli
pent-house. of with and without leather holsters.
all pistols
be announced later. I| n r> oI returned to the University of I 000I types cap

I Colonialtown Home Offering'I'I' Georgia for his sophomore year To those who have read this ad a free box of
AU good shoe lasts have the following {I' tion Club's meeting of pre-law. !I "Are you an Englishman we p o Ywr4 cops ,
In common: ample toe II\ postponed from Miss Mary Bartlum left Friday asked GEORGE JOHNSON secI with every cap pistol purchased this week.
room breadth through the ball. (I!': cause of the storm will for Nashville. Tenn., where she i I retary to Nassau's House of Assembly -
vide shank, short back part firm I'Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the club will attend Vanderbilt University.Miss who is the house guest of .,w i '
heel seat and snug heel top. I'I house Members are remindedto \ Virginia Allen left Friday!I the CLARENCE VARNERS for
several days. His clipped precise Mtmyfe
have reports on their Summer via EAL plane to return to the
EXPERT i I work complete. i University of Georgia. Also leav- speech IFebry 'straw dnryl 214 N. Orange CLOSED

WATCH REPAIRING I I 000 I ing on Sipple the same was bound plane for Miss Chapel Harriet -' "No indicated I'm that a Britisher"but his reply. .was We: Tel. 6668 .. Pfotjfiir1f?' Store WEDNESDAYS
Girl Scout Leaders' Training i i kicked
that around for few mini
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Specializing in Swiss and American Hill N. C. to enter the Universityof '
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Courses will meet this week as follows -
utes and he does have a point
Watches. 8 Service.
Days North Carolina. I I
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ORLANDO JEWELRY pjn; Tuesday. 10:15: ajn. to 2:30 John Corkhtll has returned to I I about the Count de Marigny, the

254 s. Orange. Corner Jackson I p.m., with lunch: Wednesday. ,j Massachusetts Institute of Tech'I''I j II Windsors, and to get down to Tr
10:15 ajn. to 12:30 p.m.; Thurs- nology In Cambridge Mass. some people who are mutual I
lowing a two weeks' vacation here. !'! frIends, the JACK BOUCHER A

YOU WOMEN WHO family, who were members of the \.a S1. fULL-r 4NED PIANO :
I SUFFER day 10:15 ajn. to 2:30 pjn. early British [and English, we Insist MRS HARVARD H. BURKE A.1 F ROOMI! .
During 1 colony here And too. he OR
the Thursday session, A LIVING
the former Treva Averitt SMALL .
knew WILLARD MACKENZIE
plans will be made for the "over .
HOT FI.ASHESthenFEEL night" on Friday All of these who each year visits ANDY LAF- Y R
sessions, which were postponed TER in Winter Park en route to We The Women
from last week, will be held at the the Bahamian Club which Mac Burke-Averitt Tle) Cl v'O111G built by Baldwin

Girl Scout. Little House. : maintained prior to the war.

CHILLY- I 000 I i I 000 BabySitterProblem WeddingAnnounced "
Spinsters Cotillion Club will I t Newlyweds CATHY and JACK
hold its regular dinner meeting : JOURDAN have been in town for Exquisitely styled to fit com
Here's Good News! Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Dubs- a few days visiting Jack's parents. ,. Has pactlyintomoderndeoorative

Are yea between the age of 31 and dread Country Club. I MR. and MRS. J. W. JOURDAN tchemei. Scientifically designed .
AX and going through J 000Cathedral I due back in
that They are Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Averitt of
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functional culiar to women mlrt<1l Does this make School will open its '. ville tomorrow where Cathy is a New AngleI Tavares are announcing the mar- to produce richly colorful

you softer Iron hot flashes, feel Fall term on Wednesday at 9:30: ., law student at the University of tone.A responsive action
et..mmy.a o-Kwors,irritable,weak ajn. Mrs. L. C. Massey principal Florida While on their honeymoon I' RUTH MILLETT riage of their daughter, Treva that invites the beginner and
Then BO try Lydia K. Plnknam'c has announced. 'i they visited Jack's alma A 34-year-old California mother I Yvette to Harvard H. Burke son
Vegetable Compound to relief such delight the virtuoso. lIeu
rmptoaul It* famous for this. 000 mater the University of the felt pretty lucky to have a of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Burke of
Many via "middle-age', women Mrs. J. B. Kirkpatrick of Eustis. South at Sewanee Tenn. year-old baby-sitter helping 16-1 Plymouth, which was a' recent it. play iL
UX FlnfcnaoVl Compound regularIT helps nature ( know what we vice-president of the Southern MRS. ALMA C. DOVELL :,
great accompanied -
to beep build up rsautance mean!). This medicine also District of the American Legion her out after she returned from the event. A few models now available t
ha* what Doctor can a stomachic daughter. MRS H.
against flnkham's tola distress tonlo effect. Auxiliary, will be honor guest on 'A. FINNE. and granddaughter, hospital with her tenth, child. The ceremony took place in Val- for immediate delivery.

cput.-BO habit-forming Compound drug&tni no It PI\MTE Or' T_ mm-r ...,..LTDIA E. Wednesday when American Legion ,,,I LOUISE FINNE by motor to Dan- That is, she felt lucky until her dosta, Ga. with T. N. Holcombe

*Lydia E. Pinkham's oM mjw&TABLEtS willa added ire.. Auxiliary Unit 19 members enter- I'' ville. Ky.. leaving Orlando a week husband ran off with the baby- Lowndes County judge, officiating. Illustrated Piano $ -Others $675 to $1075-
VEGETABLE COMPOUND tain with a reception at the Legion ago yesterday and a note from i ii
Home at 8 pjn. Mra. Mildred i j I her yesterday tells us that Louise sitter. :I Mrs. Burke is a graduate of Complete with bench, delivery. Terms, if desired
Mead Smith, president has an- entered Centre College in Danville i, Then she turned her problem the Tavares High School In the

I nounced that Legion members last week. This is her freshman over to the police. : Class of '45, later attending Flor-

AT THE WALK OVER SHOP have been invited to assist the year at this historic college They have been widespread attempts ida State University. For the SEE HEAR PLAY
auxiliary in honoring Mrs. Kirk- Going north they stopped fort during the last few years, past year she has been employedby
I patrick. Initiation of new members -I t Sunday breakfast in Smyrna. Ga., to set up rules and regulations for the Lake County Chamber of THE HAMMOND
I will be held at this time also. at Stonewall Court. The food was baby-sitters. Most of them list Commerce as office assistant.Mr. .
_.1.nazw'- I 'nnn delicious (we're going a little Duncan such points as: "Know where you I II Burke was in the Navy for
JP.e.e !! Concord Park School Parent- Hines-ish at this point] and I can get in touch with the par- three years graduated from Mt. NEW SOLOVOX
Teachers Assn. executive board the walls of the dining room featured ents," "Carry out parents' instruc- Dora High School in 1946 and is
> a e will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. a collection of muskets, pistols tions," and "Never leave a child now a corporal in the U. S. Army Attach to allY piano. A wide ariety of solo eHectJ."eluding .

at the school uniforms of Yankee and !, alone." stationed at the Orlando Army tone cobiset $375.00 intalled Oft onr pia...
14 000 Southern soldiers which a museum II But nobody: ever thought to include Air Base. Terms.A1C.
Fairvilla Needlework Guild will might well covet As you will I "Don't run off with the ,
J"n hold an In-gathering meeting at recall over the hills and valleys I t father." i it
'j the home of of this section was an accomplished siren who
11 Mrs. M. B. Forbes In I the two armies of t If it happens a few more times. :
Fairvula pjn. Thursday. (I the War Between the States "teased tortured and tantalized"her
ate the baby-sitter not be quiteas I
Fit tor'"1 Cinderella r> rSewing > marched and fought. popular an may institution with husband. ) RobinsonCDusic:

Circle of the American After leaving Louise at Danville housewives as she has been during The baby-sitter incident gives us; R
Legion Auxiliary Unit 19 will meet Mrs. Dovell and Mrs. Finne drove the few a new angle on the "other woman"story. .
past years. But the placing of the 1L'I :
romantically: I Thursday with Mrs. S. J. Jerni- over to Black Mountain. N. C. A few stories: like that and $
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styled to win a Trine .. gan, 751 Palm Drive, at 10 ajn..,, where they are visiting the formers housewives may come to regardthe blame follows the old familiar pat-
Luncheon will be served at tern.
sister. MISS '
JULIA
CHAP- baby-sitter with the wary eye
Qiarmmg"... combining
/ noon. MAN at her delightful Summer I they already have for the pretty *
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) glamour cottage. I secretary. i iI "-
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Order of Eastern OPTOMETRISTS
Star. f
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case already mentioned,
/ to meet Saturday at 7:30 Joining the group of Orlando
the mother of 10 didn't blame her ,
for freshmen entering Florida Successors to MEAD'SNights
p.m. practice at the Masonic State
i I ear -.e w. -- Temple. University this Fall JEAN POD- husband when she reported to poI I Sundays Hobdays US
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vOGUe .. AVE. PHONE 6303
Blatt Patin here last baby-sitter. She told police that : 104 N. Orange Are. Phone 838 -
Kb MADtMCHSEUtOOODHOUSUEmNO Members of the Orlando Grandmothers Tuesday, driving to Tal- .
despite her youth. the 16-year-old I
Club are urged to call lahassee with their mothers. MRS.
o $8.96 i, :Mrs.E.P.Lavin president, as soon JOHN PODMORE and MRS. T.
M .tM as possible, concerning lists for Invitations DONALD MILLER\ Speaking
to the second annual of Tally TRISH JONES resumes
ORLANDO BOOT SHOP Grandmothers' Tea which is being her column activities [TALLY
Walk-Over Shop" given at Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. HOH! when she goes back there ,
(4 N. Orange. Are. Beacham Theatre Block on Saturday, Oct. ,4? Members for her sophomore year News
willing to assist are also asked to from Stetson University will come
contact Mrs. Lavin. to the paper from the nimble fLj &&ZAtL
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BOOM [I.. C. JR.] LEEDY. who
leaves next week to return to the
I University of North Carolina, was

PREPAREDNESS PAYS host last one]night when and he entertained a very gracious a- Next to going to Paris. .

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gang at a supper .
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Delaney PTA I Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 ir 1ir jo1U1l1tty.! .&tntinti-f taf Page 211 BAR FallProgram Youth Council Plans Meeting *
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Makes Plans A" v'lr" It T Tf Meet The Orange County Youth I meeting on Tuesday at 12:15: pn3.
4 I Council will hold its_September at the YMCA Bldg. with Walter

For Year Mrs. Helen Hanford; American i! Smith. vice-presHJent. presidjjtg
To Be Held I Music Mrs. W. A. Frame. in the absence of Russell Ten u.r,?
I Local committee chairmen are president.Miss .
Board members of the Delaney: [Spec a' to T o c .-,.<-::, Ser 'Srart as follows: Florida and local his- Janette Rouz. program

School Parent Teacher Assn met 1 a ; LEESBURG-The first meetingof tory, Mrs. H. T. Morrison; flow- chairman has announced that Al-
this week at the school to form-: 1 the Fall for Bertha Hereford ers, treasurer and the regent; derson ["Stretch"] Propps. Orana
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ulate plans for the year. : Hall Chapter of the Daughters of membership, according to the by- County recreation supervisor will
It was I the American Revolution will be laws; music and art, l'.m.V.. A. address the group on the vanoos
announced that the program held at the National Hotel Friday, Frame; transportation Mrs. J. S. phases of the recreation program
theme for the year Is "Rec Oct. la, at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Eva S. Moore; year book. Mrs. F. L. EzelL in the community.
ognizing Today's Problems and McDowell, regent, and Mrs. -.-;:
Franklin L. Ezell as hostesses.
Opportunities
This theme will be ,
The for the
program evening
developed through monthly topics, will feature the bi-centennial of THE CATHEDRAL SCHOOL
Including Ill today's health problems the birth of John Paul Jones anda

121 recognizing the school round table discussion of plans
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situation through new opportuni- i. for the future with local and national (EPISCOPAL)
ties teacher-parent II I committee chairmen pre- .
and co-operation I .X senting their plans for the Win-
encouraging educational
fa- II ter meetings. The new year booksare
cilttie
in the
home. 131
building AT
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character through financial secur- expected at this to be ready for distribution -
ity spiritual influence and wise meeting.
direction: in work and play T1 T1n Officers for the year include the
opportunities I
228 E. CENTRAL AVE.
Ui) world understand- following: Regent, Mrs. Eva S.
ing and (51 problems and oppor- McDowell; vice regent. Mrs. S. w.
tunities of vacation time. Hamilton; secretary. Mrs. Lillian
The regular P-TA meeting will Vickers-Smith. treasurer, Mrs. A. WILL REOPEN
W Newett Mrs W E.
be Monday. ; registrar
Sept. 29 at 8 pjn, i
Mershon: historian. Mrs. H. T.
and all fathers
are urged to at-
Morrison: chaplain. Mrs. C. T.
tend. The f
Halloween Carnival will
be held Lowery; member of State committee SEPTEMBER 24th
on the school grounds on
on credentials. Mrs. F. L. Ezell.
Friday. Oct. 24, I,
at 5
pm
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Board i I Local chairmen of national com-
members are as follows:
mittees American .
Mrs. E. I : Indians, Mrs. SIB
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Brewton. president; .
Mrs. Valentine: conservation Mrs. OFFERINGKINDERGARTENGRADES
Sheldon
Johnson first vice-!
Charles Abele
: correct use of the
president; Mrs. U L. Gullrter, second -' II I flag Mrs. B. C. Lanier; DAR Mag-
vice-president: Mrs. Robert azine. Mrs. E J Maushans; Ellis

:Mrs Blackford.A. T. recording West corresponding secretary; II Island Mrs. W B. Olements; good 1-6
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I citizenship pilgrimage Miss Hilda
secretary; Mrs. Alex Hatton.historian !< Yj I I Budd; legislation in U. S. Con-
Mrs. Joseph Whitfield gress Mrs. A. S. Herlong Jr..: approved -
treasurer: Mrs. Cecil Beck, assistant I I schools, Mrs. Elmore Mil-
treasurer: Mrs. R. S. Dowdell.program ler; press, Mrs. Lillian Vickers- PHONE 2-3472
chairman; Mrs. Haldane < I Smith, junior membership Mrs
Huckel and Mrs. I*. L. Lanier,I Walter Manly; national defense,
lunch room chairmen: Mrs. Frank --
Pyle. needlework guild chairman; -[Our On Stoff Photos: McCoflum!
Mrs Harold Eggleston and Mrs. Four examples of leading Fall styles, pictured above, were black accessories In the next picture, to the left, a doeskin

Mrs.Roger Barker welfare chairmen; modeled Friday night at Yowell Drew Ivey's fashion show gabardine outfit in a nugget shade, trimmed with copper but-

chairman Campbell; Mrs. Thornal.Ellis C. Phelps health given in connection with the Orlando Retail Merchants Assai tons and complemented by a black hat, is worn by Miss ar

room mothers chairman, Mrs.i ciation's prevue of coming fashions. At left Mrs. Glenn Siegle Marjorie Pettit. The afternoon or cocktail dress of black faille ?
A. D. Gatewood, lunch room mothers worn with hat of velvet and ostrich feathers and long glovesis It t
; Mrs C. J. Mundee and Mrs.I models the Casanova costume suit of gray worsted wool, fash- ; modeled by Mrs. Pat Starling. At right, Mrs. W. D. John-

Mrs.W. II Moon finance chairmen; I ionedvith/ padded and pleated hipline and stand-up collar II son, wears a doeskin gabardine swing-back coat of black which
Earl McLJn, Junior Red Cross
and worn with striped taffeta blouse, big-brimmed hat andL. features a hood lined with emerald
chairman
<< : Mrs. Lacy Johnson, green gabardine. i iI
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: Mrs. Juanita Mays, 1i
Girl Scout chairman; Mrs. Walton H. Kingsbury. study group: I I i Miss Cornwall Speaking : they love their own, and that just i PLAIN SPUN RAYON
McJordan. Cub Scout chairman; Mrs. David Schnuck. safety; Mrs. I Wife Should
Mrs. Wayne R itz. music Mrs.I Robert Howard, publicity; Mrs.i At Unity Church Today getting married doesn't make a Guaranteed washable--39"* wide-incopen
lose
man his affection for the
Cuchman Radebaugh hospitality; W. J. Steed, legislative; Mrs. 1 j rose. gold green, peach, aqua,
The
sermon today at the 11 ajn mother who bore him and the sis-
Mrs. R. B. Tilly flowers; Mrs.A. George Bradshaw, visual education
1 AppreciateInLaws \ yellow, andjhite.
devotional service of the Unity I ters and brothers with whom he '. navy ti
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G. Pattillo. properties; Mrs.F. and radio; Mrs. J. R. Wells, recreation -
B. Surguine. publication: Mrs.L. .I, : Mrs. R. L. Stirk. devo-I Church will be given by Miss Faith has every memory in common and 59c
T. : tional clinic.ATTENTION to whom he is tied by a thousand : yd.
Pottinger. membership; Mrs.__- : Mrs. M. B. Ives.- j Cornwall Unity teacher on the bonds of helpfulness. .: t

subject, "A Quickening Spirit. I' By DOROTHY DIX GRAVE ERROR l
Miss Cornwall recently returned If the silly jealous wives only I
MONEY FOR YOU DEAR DOROTHY DIX: Why do '
I from Kansas where she
City Mo.
realized it, they would know that*
I attended the national and inter- 'I so many daughters-in-law hate ; there was nothing else on earth I| A PRINTED SPUN RAYON
HOMEOWNERS national annual conference of the their husbands' mothers just on : that they could do that would so I
Unity Ministers' Assn. I! I quickly alienate their husbands | Beautiful floral polka dots stripes and f'F
I general principles and without the fancy designs. 39* wide
Hove you one. or more rooms that you could rent on aEXTRA Other activities for the week will ;i mothers-in-law ever having done ,j from them as for them to mis- : \
nightly basis to Tourists? You need not be on any traffic include a class on Tuesday at 10 I| treat their families. No oman j '' 59c yd. / ::'
ajn on the text "Make Your Life one single thing to offend them? can make a greater mistake than J
artery. central location not important. You need haveno Worthwhile," taught by :Mrs.Jose- Recently a young friend of mine : the one who separates a man from J M s

advertising no tourist signs nor late hours. Patrons phine Stuckie and a Wednesday became engaged and when some- his people. He may give in to his"ife's
will be sent to you. Investigate details. Our simple class at 8 p.m.. on "You Can Be \\ nagging and never go to see
one asked her what about herfiance's ;
Prosperous. also taught by Mrs. 1'x
Tell his mother or even write to her. '
automatic to remarkable income. Printed
way earn you a Rayon Jersey
Stuckie. will and if he
There be two daily family had a i but he never forgives his wife for
friends. Write Box 102 S-Star Phone 9764. .
your or prayer services, one at noon and mother, she replied "His only I
: i i making him know that he is a On black or white grounds. with
EXTRA MONEY FOR YOU I the other at 3 p.m., with the exception relative is a sister who lives a J coward and a heel. .b; x Veautiful floral designs 39* wide
of Saturday afternoon and The in-law relationship can be
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made one that is filled with love 1 1.98 yd. ;
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mother was kind enough to die
and helpfulness. Foolish as wellas \
years ago." criminal, is the bride who l .
Don't you thnik that is one of I throws this chance of added hap-
the most cruel speeches you ever I piness away. 4. i l !
heard a girl make, and if the i Y .r :
young man should hear of it that
i he would break the engagement? TOYLAtDi
RHODA. ,
ANSWER: I certainly do think 705N. \ .. (' 13'-

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t 1 I her heart to rejoice over the fact N16O RS tOOli I i'- '-.. /( \ .
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that her prospective husband had = I
lost his mother, is poor wife materiaL TRICraIs
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man would want in the woman he aw.rwres. 1I
TiL.rThtt' married. .toot t a f.
One of the facts that brides so r
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I1\\1 %Miss\ Margaret Roberts Bride Of iUr. Dmmoflf/jllter Garden The Bride of Norman Ellman";


.. "J The Beulah Baptist Church near garet Roberts daughter of Mr. line, self-covered buttons down a pink taffeta gown made with Trinity i Lutheran Chui'th. decorated -j*i headdress the bridesmaids of Palomino wore pars tde ty:

i Windermere was the scene of the and Mrs W. W. Roberts of Orlando ,,the front and leg o' mutton fitted bodice and full skirt and with masses of palms andferns ,! of matching tulle in their jxa.kjj,
1 wedding recently when Miss Mar- became the bride of Harold sleeves. The full skirt terminated UU of white gladioli -
and vases Each carried a aem1c&aca4elavender
Miss Dann was attired in a blue j *
Dann. son of Mr and Mrs. J. F. 1n a train. with and yellow
asters
Dann of Winter Garden. Her fingertip veil of bridal illusion satin town fashioned similarly, and esters, and lighted ., ppa

r OIL C j The Rev. Mark A. Dobbs per-! fell from a tiara of hite seed but with net skirt. They carried L myriad of candles in cathedral pam taffeta chrysanthemums mitt matched their ana t.er!: :

1\\ SPACE 'HEATERSQUAKER formed the double-ring ceremony pearls. She carried a small Bible nosegays of pastel\ shades of candelabra, was the letting for.:; Best man was Cecil MaEtM lowtIL
!Itn a setting of arrangements of I;with a cluster of tuberoses with wedding of Miss Kandie Ukas. usher included Richard
and
COLEMAN SUPCMFLAMP gladioli. uw
I white gladioli in a background white satin ribbon streamers. Her daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 1
.. 30-Gol ToWe Top :: of palms and greenery. Tapers only ornament was a single string Little Joan Thomas, niece of the C': I4UM of this city to Norman brother ol the bride and a *

Electric Water HeatersOJ #tin graduated candelabra lighted of pearls. a gift of the bridegroom.Miss bride was flower girt and wore adress Kllman!; son of Mr and Mrs. N. O. !I Irilwan Kunze. the
Floor Furnaces the scene. Betty Faye Mc.'lattas : also of Orlando which Following ceremony a rewj.
of grren taffeta Ralph tion was held a\ the h,me of
City Get Floor Furnaces
I j A program of nuptial music was'I maid of honor and wore a gownof Mitchell bearer funk place Haturday afternoon at bride where decorations the
was ring ,
I Immediate Delivery I! given by Miss Catherine Hamm. yellow taffeta made with full 4,1ft, o'clock. '!:chrYsanthemums In Pall wert tf
(pianist and Miss Clarice Journl- puff sleeves and sweetheart neck Lamar Dann acted as best man 1 'lt>e double ring ceremony wwllfoim ; ahadn.
ORLANDO gan. soloist. line. She carried a nosgay of pink for his brother. Ushers included
: APPLIANCE CO., INC. The bride, given in marriage byi rosebuds. Austin CadwtU and Jack Stamen,, p- hM"lftkl, minister of that church was used bride'on the table buffet and tea.
Authorized" Hat Point table. a Service i a close friend of the family. Lamar The bridesmaids were the Misses The bridegroom's mother cht-ae 1 IH' the |,fi..nfe of a large assem- tering the was a tiered

II' N. OraBf* Are. I[' Fleming, wore a gown of white Betty Ruth Hammond and Lois a Nary blue sheer dress, and wore s .rf..ta. hi ffl-rwU and relative The wedding cake and surrounded ,>m
Phoaet 4JJ7 aid I-400 slipper satin fashioned with a Dann the latter a sister of the a corsage of roses.A Hill, ....* w-re marked with chisel white flowers flanked tt*&
I basque bodice. sweetheart neck- brde:room. Miss Hammond wore reception was held at the ",. ft, whit flower tied with white candles ta three-br&nefce*

home of the bride's brother l in whiff Mtlii. rlW*,n. The program silver candelabra.Mrs. .
law and sister. Mr. and l\Irsj(' n ., ,14, >i4i| YOUR MONEY BACK IF'OOfKlll ; Thomas following the ceremony t | Ann Jlrvf J, organist, and wore a dinner gown of pearl pw

; The brides table was centered 'M(". fc"lhf Vollfath. soloist crepe trimmed in aqua and ewe
with a three-tiered wedding' cake i 'fi!,. f irlAC, ilvtn in marriage by sequins with grey accessories. Be

and flower arrangements were }if ftfhef. WM lovely In a wed- corsage was of rose colored uKen.

used to decorate the home, ,lift.* fc"wri of candlelight! satin. Mrs. Ellman. mother of 1tt
BUG Assisting Mrs. Thomas wet- t the lrrLTo's |"site .,.fllt; fMlurtd s sweetheart bridegroom chose an aftnaxt
Mmes Mark Dobbs Ivan C\nnf1! 'ii'tklin, wlHnm. with a motif of dress of aqua crepe with black arc
and Robert Mitchell. The t" >1i M..1 1 testis' end
bcItas kept by Miss \W.l! i 1"n. slrrr! ..t. tar>*f* K Sixon. S I'I..v.r the wrist and tile tleht basque bride's book was kept by

After the reception, Mr t"-ann 'JHMtM *.* fashioned with a pep- her aunt MiN Elsie Anderson ell
rIsn't and his bride l left ,tta weddtna 3w !Ill tiltnrnnt" with s w d pearls and Chicago. Others assisting well
I trip, the bride trawUn' in a erects "bugle i ,b*..,1s. Tlte full skirt ended Mrs. Byrne Taylor and Mrs. Rob.

o The Fastest Easiest; Safest And Cleanest gatarvkne stilt "tU white e.'tssane. 1111J J M\h:> UK Hie AUSTIN' AND i to Itkiit lit a lurirf train. A tiara of im- ert Marshall.Mr.. Ellman and his
bride
( Her \'fHU ...sf witttPtuherrnea. \\ \ : l tuttr4} > wl 'Iar1n held her fin- left OB
lt b 4u.dplttdfil 4ftiit( iItrptl' IMI-UP( tell of bridal Illusion and a wedding trip to the Sooty
Bug-Killer You Ever Used Mrs. D nn is "at".cC'( 4'f Ah_ carried a cascade bouquet of Mountains and will make User:
: \ Lakert ltwis lnx J Wuuot, Ido.liia, .la ChafU. AIM Wlilt whit rameUM and tuberoses home at 1300 Canton Are. eo

o..roft.rr.. l.\Ann f"-t tt.t' It'tit\ IhhHI. tJ Wlhl-r t ti4, ilha..1t i with narrow nUn rib- their return. The bride wert i
HERE, AT LAST IS A BUG KillER J art: Tears wtttv the U: tt. \mrtw'\-. Mr' \Jr\"hilntmAustin *.. .It.. .It 1 I 114 Ip.SIuet l lit 1i'.111I1f )iterLalllai' txnt, Her only ornament was a traveling ensemble of bridal KM
the war. He u new tNiNMat.atdt, h." It'4111114\ C..Hh" -... single! strand. of pearls. wool crepe with black accessor.*!
GUARANTEED TO KILL EVERY HOUSEHOLD INSECT I ttcdent at ttucm Uwuusf, i". lr ill 1t 1 / ... .1,. I Is Iiiidtlir) In tt.h"nr.il.1 The bride wa attended by Mrs. and the white glamelia consn
') Jtr \ Land.; .11'1' ) .; Hit. Sin I. a mfcUiUii! r i>t tlirurity GH l Mallard sister of the bride- from her wedding bouquet

Ail h4 (l..It1ma t Iie1i lt at broom, as matron of honor and Among the out-of-town gsesti

.. ACS.ar. \ In theand days whets t''W' UHt- J\liss\ i ( Hal11I'iI..y.. ul f aInnsola. Mia. Lou Ann Daring and Miss for the wedding were Mr. and Id.
., > r (kim -at. fit MI w Oar000IK4Lrttsra'cSiARE' ANtS I William Downey
grandmothers wteee WU.l rtiht Mr wi.iiiiniie, on of Mr. and Dorothy Thompson, bridesmaids. aunt aDd tad
Get Tour rM battl et all acilnst boasehold aJl Insect. added to I* ($.' That ,. J S left shoes. there ."h"y\ Ml anti hllnt, \ \\ Aiutdi Mr' Al Wni t mm l. of Winter !Park They wore identical gown of of the bride, of Chicago; Mr. sal
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from roaches to spider* and why we can make this "BOstricc r l two widths: : slim and st,?Ut! \\h \ i t i lk a fetmiciU( in the Uotlpsu of )Kn!; Palomino taffeta fashioned with Mrs. frank Gear and son Ate
.tt 1'aceta Mil, .
atti l ft faun
rata Im* lB. hawing B* nor* *" cniaraate Or satisty ,! t, )1 ) pen were pulled l'St'aat'Ut t I rurvrlfathus( cittty, Ilf t'lorlda, basque bodice with sweetheart Frank Lass Jr.. brother of tee
roadie in your kitchen! lnj rine itself -1i 5118 S to 11 \ the lasts attached to w! ', and t detSato aim l\lI.\II\-. use rtlya1.t1r n."th\11 ta Ifs is a member of neckline and bouffant skirts. The bride; M'M EWe Aatfenea. al

I : b.is-tiller.wiping out COOK-K1L.L.acts This ONE is times faction man or money powerfu1 pack Even than the result otJlrd ""shoe" '1' I (1"1'.1".h"i" Afire! tint, K-- smft fraterpity. matron of honor wore a braided of Chicago.

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AVAILABLE NOW ST. CLOl'D ATOFKA HIGHWAY t SO EASY TO WIN !

AT THESE STORES HHries. Or Drat*. A Star MktMwray's twnr-s. 1II..tCetwe.

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ORLANDOAsethecary. TITER: GARDEN UKE lA FRANCE SWING FLAKES 11 11Here
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A.wita. w0.. .MertMto era. CONTAINING WMINE SETTER THAN '
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pa..q __ ____ u ...assn. OBLO VISTA W. H. Start w. M.ZELLWOOD.States__& Grocery :\!, ... bright" -It a u.never streaks or style bluing! So cosy to use,you: went tAsekyou're
t mesa 0... s.r.. 2M so.., n_ HeiP spots." "Get clothes white like bluing at aS La France DCVCT dam
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Par.np Eo e--.a KISSDIMEEETSTIS: rinse. "Goes is with the if3erJ6
os p..w ---- Stw right perfected years ofreseaicii.Geode oanxjr
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coupon any
N a. N --.. __u 415 W. Coal I 1.Simply write 23 additional words or less ta complete Uedae4 State of
.. P. __ _h_ SU W. c-.... TANGERrtT.tasa: Mail to la France Contest,P.O.Box 100.Battle Creek Mich. csart esFla.ea Geetral foods
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Aowri Dnoe .. .... 3 __ c.a.. Park DORA I address and marl!entry to S.1'rira, as Ssod eiscelxtc in Otis aJvertKaBCBi*,
,M.rt p5.-, N. 2.2.S A kMlI wit be awarded ta the
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art.. ti__ Trail : La Frsae Csatcst
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N a. M Mutt _----- ones u.. Druw I prues wfij b* iwsrded.co mists wB be ftUnIeLmidnight
W. Chet Sts ., ------------- -- October 4. 1941.
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S..rw .w __ ___ H_ 0- Dry Ce.e blank in this ad side of sbest 01 is subject to Federal sad State JtioB
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t... Sn.t Statiit -. C.Ceaaray...., lIeN sad u... MrPtoM Pow.woe.... an ea_K.JM N.y.Atra, Oriaatfe I of*family nay coupes but ao more than oa*rnManies"radio show as tooo M potsihis after tbe
E 41 -eeu Or& Ceavav IW Nsrt.i S t.e Tkemas a...* Crecry c. I NAME. will b*awarded a single fu JJ. dose oftke Send addnoed .
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w." L ,rasa.. G-.. Cnwta.r1r. A. .,.. ssr.. NwatSrs C..trai Car *> eases a. C*. O'a 'I GROCER'S NAME quit postage MIl sot be accepted. yogi boy a new Laowboatat ooaint
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; Orlando Florida 21, 1 1947Goss Memorial Methodist Church Purchases Parsonage Here
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JayCees as a parsonage by the Goss Memo- transaction. Purchase price was not an- I
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1 will dominate the Silver Springs who will bring some Georgia R. Britt has been an- The home is located at 521 Flor-i no aced. e
Junior Chamber of Commerce of his rattlesnakes here and put -- -. b
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1\ w J (luncheon program tomorrow Buron a demonstration of what to do I
1 ton Thornal. president reported and not to do when cornered by'i iI t1
I,yesterday. an angry snake or vice versa. APARTMENT SIZERANGES ,
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In line with their efforts to In addition. Dr. J. L. Ruble an C' '-,_ -.:}]
eliminate rattlesnakes and estabauthority on measures to take in .
lish a bounty on them, the JayCees case of snake bite will speak on '
will see and hear Ross Allen of this subject. )
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Pfc. Notz I
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and Mrs. C. Notz Howey, is serv-I, Never pour cold water into a 1! All '47 Models +- .
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TAKING INVENTORY OF EQUIPMENT at who began a two-week training program last .N I//N/NI
week. Left to right are Mrs. F. M. Call, Mrs. I 'W' Designed Philco Refrigerator
I the Girl Scout Little House in Dickson Pork Frank Chase of Windermere, Mrs. E. E Leg- ',
cue a group of.. troop leader trainees [above] gett, Mrs. E J. Sanders and Mrs. Cecil Davis. : in 5 Different Models
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II ; Girl Scout Leaders Begin ClassesFifty 1M' ,;'.,. .
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civic-minded women com- by assisting at the Red Cross : "None of this fine character -
posing the largest group of Girl''making toys for day nurseries and building training for our girls ;-. o PHILCO-752 MODEL
Scout leader trainees in the his-1 the Umatilla Home for Crippled could be possible if it were not ,,'. .
tory of the Orlando Girl Scout ," _
for the volunteer troop leaders _
Council gathered in the Girl Scout Children adopting families and Mrs. Ingle said.Bondholders. PHILCO-751 MODEL
Little House in Dickson Park last I"making Christmas come the i'
neck!, to begin an annual two- year round urging Orlandoansto A .
weeks training program. be screened for tuberculosis. '
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PHILCO I 741 MODEL
The reune teaches the fundamentals donating to the needlework guild : of -
of Scout leadershipand /
helping in school nurseries and
Include a Kodachrome In the city safety campaign. Transit PHILCO I 621 MODEL
sound film for demonstration Chicago Rapid I -
Building world friendship the
purposes. The program will be
Orlando Girl Scouts made Christ- !
concluded Sept.26 with an over- Chicago Railway Co.
cards for in
mas hospitals Eng-
night outing at La Coterie Club
land and France. They sent kits
In Mrs.Pine J.Castle.L. Ingle director of the of scarce articles to several coun- Final Court decision has been made "THE REGENCY"Two OTHER MAKES IN STOCK
tries in Europe the Philippinesand covering sale of all properties of
Scout Council who is ;
Girl training
Instructor for the group said she. China.children They in made toys and for above Bondholders named should Companies.be settled Claims soon of ': 12-inch speakers, 25 watts undistorted output, HOT POINT ADMIRAL NORGE WESTINGHOUSE
Raw "very proud" of the representation -I orphan Europe I automatic record changing with new rO- '-:imo
at the first class. "I :donated money to the Jubftte Low Holders of the old Bonds are Invitedto FM Store Hours 9 AM. to 6 P11.I .
World pickup. optional
hope will complete the Friendship Fund. ask for details of amounts to be
many i oaid cot!
on each Bond and bow to
training program because we need'I i A croup of 150 Orlando Girl 'ect these payments. $475
all the leaders we can get. she Scouts attended day camp and
110 girls attended Deer Lake I All Merchandise i
added. EASY TERNS i
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13 Other Maqnificent Magnavox I' I
Orlando has 715 Girl Scouts j Camp in the Ocala National Guaranteed and Serviced E!
and 49 troops. There are 112 girls Forest. ALLEN LcINVESTMENTS from 187.00 at
on the waning list due to lack of & !
leaders. MIL Ingle said !t Is\
hoped that a Held director will be Best Trailer Shop
employed during the coming year The Music BoxIi'
4 to work with leaders in their troops; EXPERT REPAIRING E.L.Kendrick -
and)absorb the 112 names on the 2225 W. WashingtonDial Manager -I
V tUng l J1st.1)ur1ng 31 EAST CHURCH ST.
6894
Winter Park
the past year the Girl 311 Metcalf Bide. Tel. % %77%
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[On Winter Garden Road) (i 1
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4 per cent and even prestigehenNBC chase was N HC", even-tempered ace 'al('.- gram with a Hobperatinj;: of a or ::1 J might:: :

: had slipped 3 per cent. man :Mark Woods, then only 41 but a radio actually he a better advertising: buy.. than

Two years"ano ABC had been unable to executive with long experience and! } a keen an expensive variety show with a ra.till r- of .1 l

coax a big-name Hollywood star, onto its knowledge of network costs and operations. *20() or better The cheaper. less popular,

network at any price. Even lesser luminaries From president of the Blue \\'oods became show might nevertheless deliver more lis- "

considered the ABC network dangerousto president. of ABC. teners for the advertiser's dollar. .'

:,. NewsweekTtie t their prestige. A year ago the: only Later Noble added another youngster, By June 191C.. the painstaking process of |'

box-office names the network could muster ABC executive president Robert E. Kint- building\ the network showed startling re- >

.Magazine of News Significance were its two spectacular newscasters ner. a former Washington columnist who suits The Louis-Conn fight broadcast f|:

f, $f September 15, 1947 Walter Winchell and Drew Pearson. This thi week w ill celebrate his 38th birthday.The over ABCs enlarged network of 195 stations :

;t; fall its line-up would include Bing Crosby G,5- .ear-old Noble gave his youthful as compared with its original 1GO :

: 1 IV ET WORKS: Henry :Morgan. Lionel Barr 'tnore. Abbott staff a free hand in' building up the net showed a phenomenal Hooperating of i

o!t and Costello and Paul Whiteman. And if work reserving to himself the role of a 67 8 the highest ever for a single network.

?} ABC Upswing} Bud Barry beckoned with the greenbacks, dissatisfied listener and critic. His everlasting ABC had proved an important point for '

,other bib timers now would show little complaint: "Our billings are far potential advertisers: If they had a good '

Charles (Bud) Barry, the American reluctance in taking them. behind the leader's. Our station coverageis show, ABC could provide the audience.

; Broadcasting Co.'s S6- 'ear-old vice president Behind ABC's rise to fortune was a nowhere near as good. Give me ten Fresh and Canned: Then came '

r' t in charge of programs and television large-framed grayhaired man with promi- clear channel stations. let me spot them AB C's biggest break.: Bing Crosbytired

.' last week donned his huckster's sports nent features and a persistent unscratch- where I want to, and I'll give you 250 of meeting weekly radio engagements

{. jacket and set out for Hollywood.The able itch for trying something new. EdwardJ. others. Programs on the other networks wanted to produce a transcribed show. *

obvious purpose of Barry's visit was. Noble after making untold millions out are far superior to ours." While :NBC and CBS with strict bans :

to put the finishing touches' on the new of Life Savers, in 1940 bought station Woods tackled the problem by starting against canned productions remained aloof .

of Abbott and Costello show which will WMCA in New York. But when the Federal to add stations in major market areas and ABC grabbed off its first bigname"ariet .

join ABC's 1\'edllesdaJ'-night listening Communications Commission insisted encouraging them to improve their facili- show. It sold Philco Corp. a Wednesday-

: line-up Oct. 1 1. But I there was little doubt that NBC sell its Blue Network Noble ties. At the same time he began to developnew night spot for Crosby's new transcribed 1

I I, : Barry would also cast a roving eye on dropped WMCA I and plunged heavily by programs, a function which the major broadcast. ITo ,

other Hollywood talent buying NBC's junior chain in October networks had long since abandoned t'O the" follow Crosby. ABCs program de-

By diligent hustling, ABC one of the 1943. The price was $8.000,000 cash. advertising agencies. partment came up with a new package of ::1\ i

lean diners at the network table was Life Saver Dollars: What Noble got Programs, by American: Woods its o\\"n. The Henry :Morgan Show. When ** '

growing fatter. In only fours years of life for his Life Saver dollars was a fighting figured that if he could create good shows, Morgan turned out to be the comedy find

its billings had jumped. 157 per cent. chance. NBC and CBS already had the. and prove their appeal he could get the of the year ABC's entry into the big time

I Gross time sales $24.350,000 in the country's best stations sewed up. The advertisers.. And if ABC developed a show was assured. I'

:, 1 first seven months of 1947 \\ere still well Blue Network represented NBC's weaker itself, it could keep the advertiser from Since then ABC's program department !

: behind NBC's total of $37,600,000 and stations, its cultural programs, and its moving the program to one of the larger has been running in high. Its noteworthy (

;1 I I t CBS's $34,300.000, though far ahead ofMutual's [ free-for-nothing community chest and Red networks as soon as it gained real P.Plt- achievements include a five-year contract 1

:: 13000000. But ABC was moving Cross appeals. The only big operating larity. This was a bitter lesson which ABC with Abbott and Costello. the first big j

_ ,up. Despite an'economy drive which- names thrown into the deal were Win had learned with Duffy's Tavern. comedy show to be sponsored on a cooperative ii

clipped many; radio advertising budgetslast chell and Pearson both of whom, some Noble and Woods also felt radio was basis and Paul Whiteman's net ,

spring I ABC's hillingere running a suspected were a' little 0 rich for NBC's being hurt by the high-priced packages work disk-jockey show which was sold! to'i i

\ hairs breadth ahead uf[ last year. :\Mutual conservative taste. which many advertising agencies offeredto four sponsors: for $5, OO.OOO. the largest j

I ; time :sales had, flipped 1 15 1 per, cent, CBS's One valuable asset acquired in the pur- advertisers. Noble insisted that a pro- single: time sale in radio history. ,i i J



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ew Law Firm Established GALLICO, FINDS FEMALE SAMSONS WEAKEN Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 alje irunfcn Sotnttnr1- 'tIr Page 25
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I W. W. Arnold and R. Y. MatfriMiy. a past president of the organiza Little i Woman Becomes I;I Steven S. Buckland Found Dead in HomeVictim 1 I Complete One of

t former associates of the tion. Arnold has served I Ii of a heart attack. Steven I I I Investigation was made, by
as president
firm of Maguire Voorhts and S. Buekland 74.Spanish-American I I I Judge Eugene Duckworth. who. said Hospital! and Sick Room Supplies I
of
1 the Junior
'ens. have formed a partnership Bar Section of War veteran was found dead in I I the man had lived by himself and
i br the private practice of law un- the 'Florida Bar Assn., secretary Putty in Stylist Hands the bathroom of his house on ;I an effort would be made to determine i Trusses- Supports Crutches ,

h ft Deny the it name was announced of Arnold yesterday and Ma- of the Florida Junior.Chamber of j I i I I Pineloch Ave. yesterday. i I II I it he had any relatives. Wheel Chairs and' Hospital Beds .

Both are native Floridians and Commerce and is at present president By PAUL GALLICO I I Sales and Rentals
raduates of the of the Orlando Optimist I I Consider the oddity of the plight of the great American JayCee Barbecue Set : ture, leaves today to attend the I :. e

; Diversity- '. Club. wife, mother, hausfrau and sweetheart. She is undisputed 1 For I Interstate Council of Beauty IrtOA ;v.OlrlJ13CA &
; I'I Next WednesdayThe
lorida Law I!I Malhenr, formerly of Sarasota ruler of some 135 million Americans, operator of one of Boards at Chicago. Mrs. Morgan .
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-chooL Junior Chamber of Com- .o9ITAL PImCWIS
Joined Maguire Voorhis i iI i the tightest matriarchies known to history, boss of all the is the owner of the Dixiana Beauty wauroa 5UmJQ Nile
former-
Arnold
r of Orortland .. r. I I and in 1943.Wells He following has been graduation a director {I bosses, the iron hand in the velvet glove, giver of life, love 'Wednesday merce barbecue because, postponed of the storm.last \ Salon here. I JIJl.M.::.. 04fa1.

'as associated t of the JayCees since 1944 and and pocket money arbiter of purchasing -4- 329 !Mo.\ orange Urlando Phone 7253 Z-42SO
11 h Maguire. j is first vice-president of the or- power. they look in public They will be held next Wednesday at : Kent J. Crea Enrolls In
.'oorhls and I I ganization. But she has little or no say in haven't yet.I 'El Patio, Burton Thomal president -I i
Veils from 1940 the one thing that should concern announced yesterday. Ad- Kemper Military School
do not know how they ever
nW December, He also is president of the Orange i her the most the length cut. mission win be $1. Plenty of beef
: 945. when he County Young Democrats style and design let this get away from them, but Will be available. I Cadet Kent J. Crea. son of Mr.

thdrew from ) i I T1 -president of the Junior Bar i of the clothes: they have. They run everything and Mrs. H. B. Crea. 653 E. Marks; : Oh Get theLYCO'BOROL
else the
Section of the Florida Bar Assru and everybody in country.
he firm to enter [ i she wears and Beautician Goes 4
and formerly served as chairman They are the most powerful wom- to ChicagoMrs. St., has enrolled in Kemper Military -

jrivate A director practice of'' of the postwar planning and governmental the absurdity of en in the world. But when it Mary J. Morgan, presidentof School. Boonville.Mo.. for the
the collection of and the the State Board of Cul 1947-48 school
affairs committees of comes to fashion garments Beauty year. '
I eJuniorChamMalh.ny skimmers that is x '
j in which they drape their --
])>er of Commerce since 1942: and the Florida JayCees. trotted out each w'
: (I like rabbits. *
11 'I J Jj 'rear for her to forms they scamper NOW THE HARD OF HEARING CAN
Fat, thin. long short, they all d444/
(wear on top of I
HOT Your AutoSTEAMGREASED j Florida Airways'Schedule i(I her head or want to climb into the dude they NtL'
see in the picture books whether HELP THEMSELVES TO HEARING a
; I ; pulled down over '
Near
Tops her shell like they become them or not. The

Motor and chassis *f I I p!I Florida Airways Inc.. during fact that they had no say in crea- < The many hard-of-hearing in i I barely covers the palm-and that's
steam cleaned and 50 I ears.There 'ting the very styles that make "
/ Is noth- with the batteries enclosed!
August completed 99.8 per cent ( this city will have an exceptional Oh, *. k U
lubricated mpleto ing the American Gallieo | ]them look silly in the eyes of the I I Letters have been pouring In tad.r"iita ascla C&O.O&'si15th.
i of its I scheduled miles, one of the opportunity to find out how they 1 _
female cannot do husbands and sweethearts they from those who have already tried pret.etloa b alp ward n.
except get a
highest factors
i completion recorded against tks yslafwl ksxtrds et tni-
: AUTO SUN VISORS in the airline industry Oscar word in edgewise as to what she 'are trying to control seems to may once again experience relaxed. this new Acousticon saying how tatlag rlat, prickly hest. diaper
19.95CUNTONE I Bergstrom.. vice-president reported i, will or will not wear. She can matter not one fig to them. noise-free hearing. A FREE thrilled they were with this bearing skates. xtrau Basso risk _t.tOMtO"1
it. I HEARING CLINIC will be held aid. Many of them that tOR minor skta irritatioss.Taoossnds .
SPRAY ; yesterday.Also I I I procreate, bake the best apple pie Well I cannot explain say
call attention to It on Tuesday Sept. 23. Hours 10 to 5 they have never experienced such wiElsrly pen fit
ANY CAR In August usually consid- in the world, run for Congress can just your QSS00 mtlU a\e40 silkt Lseo sosoLRQwH
LA.u.0r+ Times Lat rEd ered a slow month, i, and get elected win beauty contests and point out that if you are a at 140 E. Church St..Orlando Fla. 'clarity of tone against such a vet G "U powder and ... it oa stabs tt .vsrycksngs
II miles flown were 30.58 passenger cent i manage a business, keep i misanthropist and genuine wom- by Mr. S. C. Maxcy at which time I vet-quiet background. The manufacturers 4-001\_ to sooth, cool and protsct ...
per .i11 sad L.U &ad.ee Ie U. Ha wk
t.
; Mayo'si over July. Meanwhile mail poundage Junior in line, handle the family >an-hater who resents the way our he will test the hardofhearingfor of this Instrument say CoaUJI"O.1IoOt.70 w ?tom knows LTCCY-Bo.aOL: .,_
budget win sports . mist assists Air d
champion-
i N. Mia St. Ph. 97S2 showed was constant.a steady, gain and express -J I ships out-talk a politician pitch ,1 these United States, there is still Thii clinic will also serve to intro- i it may do for them until they hear 11: .\II.lf p.t bring .p..47\ eo.*li. r. sal sospreuetloa .&'
1 dsyst PAC ts >akr tad. skis.
ing for office, run a home, nurse '! 'one way you can get hunk.If duce a new Acousticon develop- it with their own ears. .t fight.. Ask for it ..... LiCp.3OO&and
"meat in aids. This Those hard of hearing who have af.a o. y
the old I hearing new ... .
man when he's got the Xan1Lfactv. wf -
Osbt CoPewd.
I pip. tell off a neighbor or brow- yon tan dream up a sillier I discovery by the world's first and I been searching for the answer to 1gth.s. U11".a. \ Drag Coe Tamps I1a.sUU. .
I beat but hat or an uglier dress than the 'oldest manufacturers of electrical their personal hearing problemsare ...
a Congressman when
RUPTURE., | gate are stuck with today by hearing aids offers amazing clarity urged to attend this FREE
some small and usually
anonymous j
I George you can get away with and brilliant tone without the CLINIC. Complete Free Informa-
group nowhere of Issue gents a from ukase apparently that her 1 I making them wear It! >harsh background noises usually I tion will be mailed if you cannot 1 a S 0

Bsptu p.rsea. _lie bate ..... drUrlsc treatment or those wearing Who me? Not on your life. I encountered. This instrument in be there. Write to Mr. S. C. Maxcy
..satttl.rlry tm*..-tevUtal. Iki* mail .....*! .f an tr. .* --tk. dresses are to be six inches longer I like our matriarchy just fine. (Spite! of its power is so small it I at 140'E. Church St.. Orlando Fla. 1r
BrUU.r.SS.: BF.LTLKSS. BTRAPLF.SS DOBBS TRUSS.: Its PATENTEDCANCAt : that's how it is.
K PAD Is .t ilf[ ... t. sold tuctir like your band aatomadcaiiy She may yip a little but shedoesn't
adl.au..aU to OTOnr BWIUOB., s4 gives' AMAZING COMFORT; and HOLDING
FOWKR.: It I* il_pt.. wsthsbls. aid snaps e* and off as Busy. asyar do anything about it.
1 bat t'nlik tile ..M style Unites wits nxe4 strewed a. rooadtd pads And this Is an attack upon the
: M WIU. NUT f.reo tk. .....l.. tanker apart rnlarginir. the rupture bat
,. f..tlT draw U* tmftuft ....1.. l..*tkr. GIVING NATURE A CHANCE. family purse as well as how she .
A TO KEPAfK. ladutdiully. tilted reasonably priced. Designed for met will look in the new get-up because -
I _.naoa tad cWW,... usually a change in style

THE DOBBS TRUSS 12 Carolina Ci. Orlando. Fla. means a whole new deck of duds.
Op.. Every Day weir to .. P.... Z-12ST and If you have stuck your head .

inside a woman's garment empor-
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ium recently you will know they

1 are not giving anything away.

THE WASHETERIA Here is some blatant male stranger -d .
i. hiding behind a trade nameor

some French-sounding gar ,
I : AUTOMATIC WASHING ment Joint. telling Mom not only .-..
42 42 how long and how tight her -'

MACHINESAT Mother Hubbard is to be for the .
next year but that she must discard -
YOUR SERVICE" the old rags and shell out
for the new line and she takes It

Pick-Up and Delivery Service like a little lamb. .

Pick-Up and Delivery .. ._ ___50c Per Machine goodness Just as, hats she thinks have calmed that thank down .. -

Self Service .. _- .35c Per MachineWe k| and you can find something fit to t
wear in the shops, the boys come ..
Also Offer a Complete out with a new line of millinery ,
larger flatter and funnier. Instead -

5-HOUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE of heaving a brick through ,
.; the window of the local katie dispensary : -
In order to give faster, and more efficient service to each j she walks in. mild as a :

Bostomcr :your co-operation In properly sorting your clothes mouse parks in a chair before the
it horn will be appreciated mirror and swallows the "Oh- .
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but-you-look-Just-too-di- 't! .
Just Phone 2-4155 For ServiceCilordan. reeeeeen" line, as the harpy deposits -- 1.1 -
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an Inverted washbowl tied hi ', ....
Vi up with,.a bit of old portiere on ..f.i .- .. ..
her noggin. When she peers into -
the glass It reminds her of what '1' :!
she saw in the mirror in the Fun- '- --

USE CHLORDANE but ny House she unlatches at the: Amusement the old hand-Park .! !1 .

bag and ponies up a couple of I I :1 t D- \ .
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t _
weeks' wages without a yip. \ I \ y

And this Is the cal who can ES \ t tl

The Crop-Safe Insecticide knock down the price of meat t ," I

hours with !a buyers strike in ,48 > _r rowan-M'n


It these horrors were perpetrated -
; .t---* <
lnct>cWe qet the bugs without upon her by fellow females TreatAmerica's ,
one might understand their ac- Cream
hurting l For kuck gardens. lee
your crops L. ceptance. But for the most part famous t
here U tb. moat .li 1
yt deirdop.d-?DAdly to most common S i funny' they are to look are de- oj ,
,
pMtA.Consist.otlr oi Vet kills ol 9 5 to 1 OOJ6.C creed by parties who effect trousers family

vb.n properlr applied*'ChlordaoMio "'iJ1Ih"' '',.- .. and shave and who by and member of tlte famous i
n large seem to be nursing an Irreconcilable -
< .. DOt iD). *v'" web delicate crops now a
grudge against the is
u eq.uh"tDli'meloD,,, ."Rea1d\M Li.A 'E. tLfS female sex. .

.dalilia, oofaplat.ly lat, S we.l. s.e pv ..?r Come up with something like a ;
Mal b. o.e1 Yitb.st.md.udi> i bad law. or something that threatens -
&: :;;.. '. j
"* -. their young, and through their
Chlordam Ls araBabl fa meat commercial "err :
clubs organizations, affiliations or '
krandf el InMCticidM- 'wettable CJtt K just plain and fancy lung power ;

powJois, dusts and emulsions. Ask your -.. ". _, >.. the gals will have the politicians

kcal d.AW tor them today. Be sure the .U RLo. or instigators thereof hollering un- PRODUE.T5
',. IJ#. cle before Old Sol has completed
UbsJ slated plainly"contain Chlor% \ (joREmosT
three loop around this miserable
'oe"'''n-''coafA1lU i Octa-1Clog: rt(trad I name k"" planet. FOREMOsT

for ChlordanTHERE
t f f ARE NO SUBSTITUTES. --4i !. But can they or do they or I the list of lus c ous
'a iw ; will they control the handful of added to
,. r ,.... 1M. 4IHIec AIle MJ.Ultt VEA chaps responsible for' the way > Eskimo Pie is
..( yH supply y.. with '" Now Foremost ,
the
/" yVV UlS.cUcliJS naWaiag' E'E 1i the sign of
)P Calt4*. will sstirct ,8 r see
tv tk :.! Wherever you
f siisss ,
a sVJt. WM caa.r ,; dairy Prtact popular

and most .
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t pJt,; HYMAN dDept. e- ., O'Neal-Branch Go. find this best knoVin

4 11..K.c.IarMe Office Supplies & Equipment Friendly (j. you'll \ ,
<< ( Phone 2 4533WeakWatery .1'
: Oentl.-: I'IMM send m nor !
today
laiaratioa about insect pHI eoa- Eskimo Pie ,

,r o trot with Chlordaa (Octa-Dor) as ooai Ask for .
i &A ned te your ir*. bullstias on: ice cream treat. :l
( I Trick Crop Insects ( Ants Blood ..o!
C I ..- .......m & -) poaches ,


d : ,sb..f p-._13TDI I I| Blamed for Making t FOREMOST DAIRlES, INC.i i i


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THEIR YEARS : '.
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l Itov do you feet at the end o* day -- .
Ie that old Urn pep and Hav you cbccked-up on your blood ,
I ntnocth lately Tbouaand now recatn- -
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Chlordane lag glowing food look and vtteilty
Is Herela through the release ot vibrant Peru tevery
, muscle. fibre, cell. :
!very day-ertry hour-cafiltoBs el ..
tiny red-biood-ccut must pour forth L ; ,r -.
I Emulsion/ Dust! or VYeffob/e/ Powder Formulations; from tlw narrow of your bone to ... i ,v
plan those that are -ou A low : ; :
blood count may, affect you la several. E 5 .K' I M D s I, E-
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Ask your local dealer or call/ or wire ot.reautanc a general to run-down Infection condition and disease.To last. : ,

vet real relief you must keep up LT ---
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by analysis ot the blood, have bypost.
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Juice when It la tuxt-organl-
CHLORDANE INSECTICIDESAvailable 'tally too little or scanty-thus the atom-
cab will have muG cause to get balky :
with ..... bloat and give off that sour :

in' Florida at food Don taste..t want ZnerKlso your body with : .
rich red-blood.Start on SSS Tonic now.
As vigorous 1oo4 surges throughoutyour "
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Sfaaffer f Chemical I Company of Fla. IRC. strength whole should body make greater you freshness eat better and' '\ :' : : ; slitalo fm dog fait -

Bleep better test better, work better i !
play bets,have a healthy eoior alow in : : : : ; ;i
APOPXA./'LA. PHONE 2341 your skia- ra flesh nQ out boUowBUessv _. ,' .

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Covers Central Florida Agricultural' Interests Like the Morning Dew For Good Prospects;


Prospects for the 1947-48 citrus season, due to open


I 11 L, Heating Unit Conquers Danger From Frosts to with Winter Lawrence initial Park.shipments Gentile, president any day now of Gentile look "pretty Brothers good Co.",



1 _____ r His firm, one of, the oldest in Florida, shipped 802.436

EIp; 'untloH'cntinrl-filar < Device Thwarts boxes of fresh fruit last season.<

ORLANDO. FLORIDA II Tristeza Study Boosts making it the largest individual The word salad comes from the.
the State.
shipper in
PAGE 26 SEPT. 21. 1947 i yo. stuff to French who called it salada.
"If we rive them good
.. :,..': start off with at a reasonable I i
Loss of Crops price we will do all rl&ht.Gen- iI I
WormTreatmentOn i '-":>. ,< Mandarin Stock Demand tile said yesterday.He PANGOLA GRASS

".y. said he believed Florida FOR SALE
PLANTS
,. Of interest to Florida citrus grapefruit would be ready to ship
and vegetable growers is an oil- [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] before the end of the month and II w ... U 7M dig: n per *..
mandarin rootstock is .... Orlando if w. did "Pedal"
: : burning radiation-type heater developed GAINESVILLE-Cleopatra would hit the market ahead of L q1YJlUUn. W. tt-
Yards Asked i Yiyy.r at Michigan State Collegeto highly resistant or immune to tristeza disease or quick Texas fruit which he does not expect I prices mate: ,for-& ilL larger necessary per acre

protect crops. against frost dam- decline, of citrus in South America, Dr. A. F. Camp has to move in any quantity until

age.The to the State Plant Board here, following a recent after Oct. 5.Including W. K. PRICE
Special( to The Sun "y Scntflel-Stcr: : heater was designed and I reported 185,000 boxes that

GAINESVILLE-Application of tested by three agricultural engineering I inspection trip to Concordia, Argentine Republic.As went to canners. Gentile Brothers Pa. ira

li! pounds of three per cent DDT % professors who said in a a result of this handled one million boxes of fruit uc S. OraaceOrUado, Fla.
to 1,000 square feet of report published by the Michigan tlon. demand for Infonna-1 He had notd indications of last season through its packing ,
dust every
Agricultural Experiment Station I particularly from T Immunity among Individual house adjacent to the Atlantic I
lawn area win control most ofarmy.worms" that it appears to be a practicaland growers already is heavy. trees on previous trips. This Coastline Railway station in Winter i
the that have been economical frost preventionunit. Growers who may have seed for Park.
time be observed a fire-aero
working on lawns in some sections I sale are asked to notify Dr. campat grove on Cleopatra mandarin Its fresh fruit shipments were
I 1'
the Citrus Experiment Station. "
of) the State recently, accordingto The device is essentially an Lake Alfred. Fla.. or Arthur C. stock planted about nine yean exceeded only by the Plymouth : 0
Citrus Growers Assiu. Plymouth
]Dr. A. N. Tissot. Florida Agri- oil burner with a heater tube I Brown commissioner. State Plant
which operates at low red heat ago.When a co-operative which shipped
ento- Fla. the
cultural Experiment Station Board. Gainesville. tristeza swept area
840,883 boxes.
and a series of reflectors to direst I PaintBrushes Ladders:
Dr. Camp vice-director in between 1940 and 1943 all citrus
mologist. i The Winter Park firm foundedin
the radiant heat downward
charge of the Citrus Station and except lemons on sour orange 1903 Joe Gentile and CO..
If the DDT treatment does not against the crop. It was designed i as Step
one of Floirda's outstanding citrus stock either died or went out of
kip most of the larvae within 48 to protect approximately one authorities went to South Amer- production.' Blocks of trees on has been among the top 10 ship- 25% I

\ hours after it has been applied. acre of ground. I ica to observe progress of the sour orange were growing on The pers fresh in the fruit State it for shipped many included years.-I reduction StraightExtension

the entomologist said application Reporting on results of their State Plant Board's tri:teza inves- either side of the grove on Cleo- 592.079 boxes of oranges 162.- in price.
experiments the three professors tigations at Concordia. He reports patra. Trees on sour orange were
and 47.381
of? 1 to 1! pounds of benzene 976 boxes of grapefruit
a A. W. Farrell. W. H. Sheldon and that investigations are well underway worthless while those on Cleo- boxes of tangerines.
hejxachloride dust containing 1 to Clarence Hansen. said no frost despite difficulties encoun- patra had developed into normal .At one time the company oper- I Rent our Floor Sander;
1.5 per cent gamma isomer should was found on vegetation which tered in establishing such an undertaking size and showed every indication ated 10 packing houses but six Polisher. Do the
Edger:
be; applied to every 1,000 square was directly subject to heat rays in a foreign country. I of being In good condition years ago they were consolidated and
I f feet of lawn surface. up to a distance of from 60 to into the one In Winter Park which work yourself SOT
100 feet from the radiation unit. now handles more fruit than the i money.
:; Dr. Tissot recommended use
of a hand duster or a cloth bag ,. .S NA"" "It was found that an excessive Tour To Highlight Lake entire 10.,
of somewhat open mesh for applying J.-; amount of energy was being directed "We have shipped over 40 carsa Closing out Brick Siding;:
the dusts.Ordinariij v close to the unit owing to day from our plant here., Gentile Electric Fans
the DDT dust Is <_,'" a defect of design and construction said. "We find it is more efficient at cost. You Red Baft
i
sufficient for control of the larvae ,' ,",' I ." they added. "When this is Progress in Agriculture to operate from a central i can save I at only

y :>'.v.v.. y y'- ..'.......",...... _, ,... corrected the area protected will .i I point because we have enough fruit money if you $6.25
!sometines RADIANT HEATING UNIT: An experimental oil-heated be materially extended. on hand to fill any particular order I need a fan. Per SquareTIME

killed by this insecticide and application built and tested i The unit consumed 50 gallons I r :ee i.J1 to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ." !
radiation unit for frost prevention at Michigan
benzene hexa- I: of kerosene during the test period TAVARES-New in methods -I He said the firm was installing : '
of the developments planting
grove
is shown above. The unit contains more elaborate I of hours and radiated {
In such State College 7 6 approximately new machines and planned to expand I
he chloride explained."Armyworm"is advisable. cases. construction than would be required for regular agriculturaluse. I I 672.000 B.T.U. per hour l soil improving crops and pasture grasses will be its packing house as soon as ) TOIIEIIOOF
shown next Tuesday at a tour arranged by the Lake County 1
is a rather loose Inexpensive skids, for example, could replace the wheels. Assuming normal heater efficiency. the Atlantic Coastline completesits
term applied to several different "This and other tests indicate: : Soil Conservation District County Agricultural Conservation -. new freight station. The com
kinds of caterpillars when they that the oil-heated radiation- l Assn., and the county agent. pany will incorporate the present
show up in large numbers in com- WET GOODS AT HAND f type heater offers a good pos- Contour planting, in which Lake I freight station into its plant. I (
parative small areas. DUNKIRK. N. Y. [UP] When Florida Trims sibility of being practical and County leads the State will be :. 10:40 ajn. visit common The firm owns 2,200 acres of
I grove; troves but the majority of the
Freitas began excavatingto shown i
Joseph f economical frost preventionunit. on the tour. The controlof I
Bahia. Paraguay Bahia and Alyce fruit it ships is contract with
on
Insects and diseases in citrus I line for
Gamble IIArchitects build a tavern he found a II Look over our Roofing
Jas. Rogers groves by snails will be reviewed. I. clover: on O. H. Keene's farm: other growers.Associated Shingles Roll Roofing. Roof
buried cache of liquor believed to I II "Cost estimates on a practical : with Lawrence Cantle -
Farm Work and plantings of hairy indigo a 11:10 visit and Plastic Cement.
Day : a.m. Pangola grass Coating
Engineers be a "holdover" from prohibition : oil-heated unit of the capacity: new soil building crop will be ex- plantings at Merritt's and Rogers'pastures :, in the company are two broth-
Building Consultants days. The cache included whiskey described cannot be given accu- hibited. I. 12:30 era. Victor Gentile who supervises j
I I rately. The test unit however I near Okahumpka: I the firm's and Leonard' POULTRY Cedar
groves
BUILDING wine and gin of types not ISoeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] New grasses adapted to Lake I p.m. fish fry at Rogers Park. Lees- Closet Lining
POST OFFICE cost approximately $250. Gentile who is in charge of the i ifirm.s WIRE
in today's legalized liquor WASHINGTON Florida this County soils their identification burg as guests of the First Na- ft.
i FLA. common i "It is believed that a simple main office in Cincinnati. i :jc sq.
W1NTEB: PARK. boast the shortest work methods of soil preparation andplanting 'tional Bank of Leesburg and '
trade. year can '
i 5.75 Roll CedarShingles
i agricultural unit could be built Lawrence Gentile Jr.. is man- 4 -
day for farm laborers of any rates of fertilizationand Stokes Market. Leesburg; 2 pjn.
.
I for one-third to one-half this of the Winter Park
II ager packinghouse
Roll
Atlantic results obtained in beef cat- I visit Parks Williams' snail-con- 5 6.75
South
State a report released : Wallboards
I amount. Fuel oil costs should not and Leonard Gentile Jr.. is :
recently by the Agriculture tie growth will be observed. trolled grove at Fruitland Park. I Ii and PlywoodLUMBER
I Roll
exceed 75 cents per hour per acre associated with his father in the V 8.00
I I The tour will begin from the After the fish the annual
Depi. indicates. fry
ANNOUNCING. for unit liberating million i Cincinnati .
I a one I i office.NORTHERN
Farm operators in Florida work- Clermont city: hall at 9:30: am.I election of AAA committeemen I
B.T.U. per hour which is estimated -
ed only 10 hours per day on an I Tuesday. The schedule is: 9:45 i will be held. Growers and farmers i I ,
adequate THIRST
as protection un- BIG
of complete mill work plant.If am. visit the Frank Roper who to attend the fish I
the plan
i opening a average around Sept. 1 of this der most conditions. grove I fry 1 NOME. Alaska [UP] Although i
year.This compares with 12 hoursa planted on contour; 10:25. visit should advise County Agent R. E.
it's made out of wood we make it. Callus day worked by Delaware farmers i! unit Before the building three professors their oil-burning conducted -I hairy indigo cover crop in young j.I Norris. two churches to one outnumber here residents saloons about boast = I

f Pine and Cypress at the same period. a series of tests with an electrically I'more whiskey and beer is
for requirements.
your Last year during the same operated infrared radia- sumed per capita than in any con-//

lumber of all kinds.I period. Florida farm operators tion device which they found provided l FCC Ad Gets I I State Potato I er place on earth. The
worked on an average of 10.% I effective frost prevention tion consists of whites and Eski-

i I PINE QASTLE LUMBER & HARDWARE GO.I hours per day and in 1945 they "even on the coldest nights." : Favor From I'mos.
worked 10.7 hours per day. I On one night when the tem- I j
I PHONE 5754 Hired workers on Florida farms perature of grass outside the protested Millions of trees are raised :
: worked considerably less than area was 23.5 degrees Fahrenheit -t South Africa Quota I Stable j.yearly for local markets and for
export at nurseries in I
farm operators. The average work grass inside the area had: Canaseraga
X around a temperature of 32 degrees a Valley. N. Y.. famed as a center
1 this
day Sept. year for [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
hired farm workers was 8.8 hours. I difference of eight and one-half I (Special to The Sunday Sentmet-StarJ !i for fruit and ornamental tree cul: ''I
LAKEEAND Florida
Last year average work day for degrees. Air temperature was not oranges GAINESVILLEEstab: I I ture. {

IT NOW hired workers was 8.9 hours and appreciably affected. indicatingthe and grapefruit look so appetizing of an Irish potato goal of 27,500 I we nave a complete stock of:
GET the year before,was 8.9. energy was going into the in the Florida Citrus Commission's I acres for Florida has been announced x I Dry framing. Sheathing. Siding
Florida also had more foreign I grass and soil. I food photographs that a by the U. S. Department I Howard Douglas Fiedler 1 Finish. Mouldings: also Oak

farm laborers than any other ; The experiments showed that South African magazine wants of Agriculture. The goal includes ARCHITECT I II I Flooring.
South Atlantic Stat This year I i ,
i a radiation equivalent to 10 permission to print the pictures. 23.900 acres for commercial potato
We have a solid carload of Calco six inch and there were 1.615 foreign farm I. watts per square foot was sufficient I I farms and 3,600 acres for farms Post Office BIdg.-Phone 191WLTE Sheetrock: Overhead
in laborers in Florida. Of these to prevent frost on nre1 1 I In a letter from Cape Town producing less than three acres I Garage Doors:
inch 16 lock
four gauge joint irrigation pipe 731 '
were Jamaicans. 533 were of $ PARK. Aluminum
tation of. both thin and broad- the editor of the South African potatoes. FLORIDAj Knotty Pine
Lk both ten and foot lengths. Hot dipped Bahamians and 351 were Bar- I j! 5.50
twenty leaf plants under normal con- "
badians. I Hotel Review requested the Citrus I!I R. S. Dennis acting State director I II BleachedMahogany

heavy galvanized, will stand lots of abuse. One The labor placement bureausof ditions. Commission to "favor us I II of the Production and I PHONE %.1$" SINCE 1919 Wooden 67.5

l inch outlets for sprinklers. Will sell"one piece the Agricultural Extension Division I i Although the infrared unit was with a selection of some of your Marketing Administration says ALLARDICE COMPANY Ine.I Walnut See the Amte-"
this year up until July 31 effective the professors concludedthat goals for individual farms will I I United Stock matie Garage
i or a carload. At Standard List Prices. found farm: Jobs for 26,683 per the cost of electricity in I use publicity in our food magazine.photographs for be established by county agricultural GENERAL BUILDERSAlso CONTRACTORS I 0-' Wait Door Opener
Last most parts of the country and conservation commit
sons. year they found work
"We in South Africa are becoming -
for 18,258 persons on farms. This the lack of transformers would I tees. Estimates Finished OB All Mortise Lock Sets 1.50
and American- I
up
more more
I Types of Mawmry Co.strsctio.
work is soon to be discontinued make it impracticable except I minded," A. G. Aberman. the editor Planting within acreage goals fit E, Harwood Ave. Orlando I'Ia.I Locks 7.00
; because of cuts where low cost is not an importantitem. I Front Door up
OCALA TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. in the Agriculture wrote. The products of American will be one of the eligibility requirements -
Dept. appropriations. 'I manufacturers are freely for participation In the Padlocks .25 up

i OCALA. FLORIDA "It was therefore determined to ,; on sale in this country and are I department's 1948 price-support i 'NS'JRA Ce
I
build and test an oil-heated radiation being used in hotel and restaurant I program for potatoes he adds. rtE".0.. Nt 0 8 ..
: I LAKEFRONY'DREDGE unit." they said. i is .
kitchens on an ever increasing The national potato goal 2- '" t 90"'tiUI
I Tills your property aulckly economically They said their tests dealt exclusively scale. We endeavour to run our 352,400 acres slightly less than 8U5tC J.A .-
-no trading neceuary. Costs a the 1947 goal of 2517.000 I D'NEtLILEf
with
third of bkollnc )re. estimate Drive : protection against magazine on very similar lines to 1t
t I oat or end postaL frost on typical frosty radiation j those of'your hotel and restaurant .. "'" .
WEBB DREDGING CO. nights when even though the air 1 magazines and these photographs Because they cannot sweat hogs CCJ'\.J-'i.' .j.,;;. I.; c'' N. Orange at Railroad
II 1024 nth St. Orlando. Fla. temperature is above freezing heat I would assist us a great and steers eat less in hot weather, 'I ONt4SjM: :; ., -F-_ Phone 4139
is radiated from plants and the deal." thereby cutting meat production.
}1 LIGHT FAILURE The Citrus Commission spends -
I thousands of dollars annually providing
photographs recipes and

:l I I DIAMOND CHAIN I other paper throughout citrus and magazine the information United food States to editors news-and Sales And Service Headquarters K


j ENDANGERING LIFE I Canada.Needless to say the South Afri-

can magazine is being added to FOR CONSTRUCTION AND
I! L DRIVES the mailing list.

: : AND PROPERTY CAN I g! INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT -
earth at such a rate that plants
; are cooled below 32 degrees. !
"Much of the injury from low

f HAPPEN ANY TIME. I not temperature by frost however but by freezing Is caused of I Before You Buy, Come To '

x' tissues. they said. "This occurs: : 1 "
From I io 16 sometimes in the Fall and Spring See Us Or Write For "INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL POWER"

I ; : and often in mid-Winter when no
: Strands frost collects: but perhaps there Literature and Prices OB CRAWLER TRACTORS


t : ARE YOU PROTECTED! To meet the many and may"These be considerable are the conditions wind. that Equipment You Require. INDUSTRIAL WHEEL TRACTORS

varied power transmis- have accompanied the most serious DIESEL ENGINES
losses to citrus crops in
sion problems-for slow
the Gulf States and California
medium or high speeds-
i and to the peach crop in the :
small or large capacities--
Roller Chain Northern States. ;

YOUR SAFEST, MOST I Diamond Drives are available In "The device here described has IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

single and multiplestrands not been tested under such conditions -
=+ :; r'r '; -from 1 to 16. in pitches from h" to 2Yz.Ii of frost Jaexjer Compressors
j. the ordinary types protection

DEPENDABLE FORM IS A Ii -and in any lengths. fective. heretofore It is suggested used are however inef- Jaeqer Pumps--Cop. 2 to 6 inch Hendrix Bucket s/4 Yd.

I that radiant heat should afford Gledhill Road Graders Page Bucket 9/ Yd.
almost as effective protection un-
der such conditions as during Rogers Trailer-30 Ton DIsston Chain Saws

KOHLER Plant typical frosty radiation nights.-"- Multiplex Radial Arm Sows

j Light Transmission efficiency is the same-better than FIGHT FOOD COSTS Hypressure Jenny Steam: Cleaners

maintained because in Diamond
98%- always

I Chains "roll" replaces "slide" and fraction is with a cheerful new weapon TRACTOR GO.

j eliminated. "7 e FLORIDA-GEORGIA


Distributed in Florida byLEU I
I Ample vegetables & flowers LAKELAND TAMPA

r. Farm & Home Mch (0. 216 S. 12th Street
a from small effort & space, by 2415 State Road

J 1 HARRY P. INC HYDROPONICSWrite Phone 4608 Phone M-2977

DISTRIBUTOR r Local Representative: W. Finler Mason-Phone 2.3UI-Orlando

f "Scrvtaf Central.Florida with Industrial Supplies for over W feU I" for free circular/ to .
PHONE 4546 OR 5791 Associate Office
100 W. Livingston Ave. Tel. 9891 SOILLESS GROWING I. Sarannoh Waycross. Go. .
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(sOcl e T'e _." -;" Se-'e'-S'trJ:: I gram, said the average milk production -,
__. WASHINGTON-Cross-breedinz 'I of Southern States cowl
-- T. of dairy cattle may be the solution in 1916 was less than 3,200
Covers Central Florida Agriculture! Interests Like the Morning Dew I to the South's milk production pounds per cow, compared withan
-- problem and the Agriculture average of 4.891 pounds fort
Dept. intends to find out If it is. the whole country. $

Voting Red RustproofOats The department announced I Meyer: said after the prograntL
on Split Shipping Rule, Tops 500 last week the approval of two has been begun with use of Reef
dairy herd research: projects, one Sindhi bulls the researchers will
aimed at developing strains of study effects of further crossbreeding -
dairy cattle especially adaptedto outbreeding or Inbreeding ---
Ballot Results 1 Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 elrc unHag &rntinrltor Page 27 Booming climatic conditions in the on the development of desir-

Southern States. able qualities in the progeny.FISHERMAN .

Se',.net Stcr] The department said the South-
The Sundcv
IScero' to + I
: 1 QUINCY The new varieties ern experiment involving cross- STOCKS CPHOLLJS.
Held to FinishMore THE SPEED SPRAYER CO. of Fi Peanut Crop of rustproof oats which were so breeding of heat-resistant Red N. H. ftP Ed Llerens
Orlando in
producing -, few Sindhi bulls with Jersey and oth- believes in doing his fishing the
only a ago.
promising years
I sprayers designed to meet var'ied con rt are almost completely out of the er domestic dairy breeds, would] easy way. Rather than dig worms
than 500 growers had vot- picture now and Red Rustproof ; be conducted in co-operation between I' every time he wants to fish. Liev-
led yesterday in the month-long ditions of use over the globe, has come forth > Ouizaunched varieties are the only ones recom- the Bureau of Dairy Indus- ; ens started the season by hiring a.
Florida citrus with t: mended for Florida plantings, says try and experiment stations co-j bulldozer to move some boulders
the ";
industry referendum device shown here
i
a speed sprayerfor operating in the various States.E. > on his farm. He trailed the trac
I to decide whether the Federal I : _,.1 : .- W. H. Chapman associate agronomist administrator of tor with pails and picked enougtf-
bananas. The above shipment shows one [See: to TK S cv Se 5e -StarJ at the North Florida Expert- A. :Meyer j"I
I Marketing Agreement shall be GAINESVILLE All Florida ment Station. the department's research pro- worms to last the season.

I amended to permit separate I of the machines being crated for shipment to t growers who produce peanuts for, i,. .
regu- I
I harvest are being asked to fill out, Florida 167. developed at the j,
lition of Indian River fruit shipI the Dominican Republic Speed Sprayer, a before Oct. 1, a questionnaire ; Main Experiment Station. '
I ments.j I I'r on acreage and production of pea- | Gainesville, is the earliest and '
j No Information on how the balI local firm, managed by George W. Dougherty, f nuts for the past three years says ; best variety now available. | land Clearing

I IdUng is going will be released un- designed and built the new instruments' to ; I R. S. Dennis, acting State director I j It is expected that all available
of the Production and Marketing ,, '
Jtjl the poll is seed of this variety will be planted. -
completed Oct. of
10. specifications representatives of the large Administration. i i Other varieties which have':
Minard
P. Miller I :
Lakeland who .banana plantation managements. The firm { : Blank forms are available at given fair yields, are Tifton Sta- ANDEXCAVATING
J*,as designated by Sec. of Agriculj I county agricultural conservation I tion 14. Hastings 100 Bushel. Ban-I
j due Clinton Anderson to conduct I I produces many types of sprayers, and has 'rhi'\ association offices. croft. Nortex, Appler, and Texas

[ the referendum said. i.specialized in filling needs produced by the Dennis says every farmer onj' Red Rustproof. !j jI 1
The I I : whose farm peanuts were picked i I Chapman says Camellia, a Lou-
hue been proposed endorsed amendments Florida citrus industry, and Florida agriculture r'i I and threshed during 1945, 1946 or i j isiana variety, has given good results { .
'Industry traders by many II 1947 should obtain a copy fill it |I in one year's tests at Quincy. I i j. BY
and
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were rect generally. It is rustand smut-resistant and
>ramrndrd by the in and bring or mail it to the :
Department seems to have possibilities under !
office Oct. 1.
county by
pI I
\rrlf'ulture'
able hearings! last following May. boo I IISouth's Information furnished in the present growing cor,ditlons. |i ACRE, OR HOUR
questionnaire be used to establish I The new varieties Quincy One !
A J V. Saurian. Clearwater new eligibility to vote in the I and Two and Florilee. were devel-i
c airman of the Growers Admin- .. marketing quota referendum for I oped for high yields and resistanceto PALMETTO RAKE BULLDOZER
rative Committee, said the S 4 i Wy 1948-crop peanuts later this year, rust and smut. However they
(amendments were asked by his probably early in December. have been scourged by h !mintho- DRAG LINE
I
lcpmmitte and the Shippers Ad- .. Facts furnished by the producerswill sporium leaf spot disease during
15Ory Committee last season and be used in determining each : the past two or three years yields
would be -very helpful in operating farm's share of the State peanut i dropping from an average of near I I
the marketing agreement.** allotment. Dennis says producerswill 50 to 10 or 15 bushels per acre. J. I. MURDOCH Jr
Uratnc growers throughout the 'f 7 be notified of their acreage
I State to support the amendment. 3 allotments before the referendumis ,

Saurman Isectional-said them he saw and"nothing believed held. Lake 4-H Boys PHONE 2-4427

they would" be ndidal to all 1610 S. FERNCREEK ORLANDO, FLA.
tenons, I Rot Organism
.
Howard Phillips Orlando new ; Enter Contest
chairman of the shippers committr -
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* was not avaUable last week: I I
if or comment, but Fred W. Davis. Killer FoundS [Spec cl, to The Sunday Sentlnet-Stcr: ]

Late 111 behalf Wales rice-chairman, spoke fl"-.tic TAVARES Registered Jersey AI Colth Says: September 21, 1947
of
the amendment I heifer calves will be exhibited by
"Thw's no doubt In my mind ( -" r- T-8 5----. Se:,' -:of Star] five Lake County 4-H Club boys

that this chance will be beneflgial SANFORD The organism I I din the Sears Roebuck Foundation Now that the hurricane has so kindly passed us by we can feel that
to the entire Industry;* he .: which causes black rot of cabbage '. show at the court house here Oct. summer is over and that it is time for our winter gardening. The pleas
S
and cauliflower be killed
}aid. may by I 6, James N. Watson assistant '
i treating the seed with hot water, j county agent, announced. i ure of a ROSE BED for instance. If you will take most of the moss out
In order to become effective, the f. according to Dr. A. A. Foster
i of the leaves which have blown down they can be used in its preparation. :
amendments must be approved by'I iFI S plant pathologist! with the Central Exhibitors are Daniel Shaw I
o-thirds of the growers voting I : Florida Experiment Station here. i Eustis; Ernest Hill. Leesburg; Spread a good layer of these leaves together with a liberal application
[and be signed by at least 50 per ; i As infected seed lots cannot be i Johnny Watkins Mascotte; of dairy manure and bone meal at the rate of 5 POUNDS to 100
cent of the shippers by detected I Freddie Connor. Tavares; Mack
volume by inspection. Dr. Foster Cook. Altoona. : SQUARE FEET over the area and spade deeply. If this is 4... .ow. the
Ballots were sent by advises farmers who are.planting
USDA field representative. to Miller.more L. these crops to use the hot water I Sears Roebuck Is offering $80 bed will be in good condition when planting time comes.

I than 12.000 growers at the start method for killing black rot or- i worth of prizes to the boys who I i I
of the referendum Sept. 10. At the 4 ..-. I ganisms which may be in the seed. have the best calves in the show. i, We are preparing suck a compost which. we will put into the ground at
IS ? time' copies of the amendments Fungicidal dusts are not effective I I The three boys who win the the time we plant your roses for you if you prefer. We are new accepting
were sent to 350 PP rs. I as the germ is 'carried 1 I show here will compete in the dis- orders for ROSE BUSHES for November delivery. We have a
Growers Inside the seed. trict show at Orlando in Novem-
may also vote at the ofSces i j variety of fine large refrigerated GLAD BULBS which. are just aching
of county agents. ., To treat cabbage seed the plant I| her. The winner of the district :
Corn Hopes Brighten to make a beautiful show in garden this winter float BOW for
I your
pathologist says, fill a cheese cloth I i show will receive a purebred Jersey -
bag about two-thirds full, tie the cow. i HOLIDAY BLOOMS.

i CAll TODAY r IS;'P:'at/ to The Sirdcy:: Se net-Stsr} 1 ways has been the problem o{ [ While the Southeast- can't grow top so the seed can be stirred toremove I I :
the air, and then immersethe HEN PICKS PET PUP
ATLANTA Can the Southeastever feed, most of which has to be corn economically, it can produce I "
bag in water at 122 McPHERSON Kan. (UP A hen ORLANDO NURSERIES :
THOMAS LUMBER CO.t'Atnttde become a corn belt and there- imported. Because of climate and sweet potatoes easily and pro- degrees
Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. at C. C. Burket's farm singled outa
by become a great livestock coun- j j other conditions, it can't grow lifically. A discouraging factor, i
651 N. Orange Ave.
I ,.
ror The same procedure is followed puppy to mother from a litter I
try-forever the dream of the 1 economically like the Mid- is that I
economic" corn \ though sweet potato pro- : t.
for treating cauliflower seed except ; born in the barnyard. When the Phone 7847
Blocks planners' the South? duction considerable
Framing west.Yet I| requires that the seed are immersed I pup whines the hen clucks under- LANDSCAPING ..;: CARETAKING LAWN SWEEPERS :
Shettlnr and Siding agricultural scientist, a Russian despite this great handicap :: cheap hand labor. only 18 minutes.An accurate ther- standingly and spreads LAWN MOWERS FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES
Bruce Oak Flooring by birth. who is half finished the Southeast has built up a con- < A hybrid corn particularly mometer should be maintained : ing wings. She ignores comfort-I'I ORNAMENTAL PLANTS : '
Mill Work with 'an eight-year test of 2.000 siderable livestock Industry as it suited to the region may change within one degree of that in the litter of five. i
sped
strains of corn to obtain the per- has learned, in a decade to grow i the whole picture of livestock fied. .
THOMASLUMBEK fect hybrid believes that it can. ;. as much cotton as formerly on production.The' After treatments. Dr. Foster I 4

'With Midwest's corn crop half the acreage. experiments are being advises remove the seed, dip
CO. I badly hit by weather this year, Pastureland acreage has Increased made by Dr. G. A. Lebedeff a them in cold water and spread I II
this scientist's experiments takeon enormously. Today Russian-born associate agronomist I j them to dry.
231 W. Gore TeL 4107 a new importance.The Georgia farmers, for instance, at the Georgia State Experi- i: After they have dried, treat
drawback of. "the region al-' derive as much income from ment Station. < them with spergon or arasan to RECEIVEDSOLID
j livestock as from cotton. The j He thinks that within a few protect them from seed decay or- .JUST
situation is not greatly differ- i> years Georgia farmers may be able ganisms. As moist seed deteriorate
ent in other parts of the South- j to compete with the Corn Belt. i rapidly plant them within 24
east. { Dr. Lebedeff came to America in > hours or dry thoroughly or store
LUMBER The farmers have learned, too 1925 with a group on tour, has degrees I them in a refrigerator.
tq grow grain sorghums hitherto >I from the University of Connecticut |,, Plants that develop from seed
confined mostly semi-arid: areas I and Cornell and joined infected with black rot may turn CARLOAD
i of the 'west as a supplement to i the Agriculture Experiment Station I yellow and shed their leaves while
BUILDING SUPPLIESOak corn. There has also been considerable in 1940. His aim is to get the ;i small. j
I use recently of dehydrated I four best strains out of the 2.000
I sweet potatoes as a corn substi- and cross them to form a top.producing '
Flooring Pine .flooring Siding 'Ceiling I tute. hybrid. 1 I Egg Output-Feed : DEMING WATER SYSTEMS

Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Weights. Cord J I Cost Ratio Figured

Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing i Tobacco Bed Express Fruit Firm I ISpeool; to*The Sunday Sentinel-Star r ]
Leased at Leesburg GAINESVILLE Feed costs
Cabinets. represent about one-half of all
Weed Battle (Spec of! to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl costs In producing eggs says F. S.
And Many Afore Articles LEESBURG Louis Mclrvin Perry, assistant poultryman with SPINNING PUMPS TO
and Elmo Miller have leased Buck the State Agricultural Extension 1
Urged Soon Freeman's express fruit business Service. From the following figures .
here and will operate it this Win importance Of maintaining ,
PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC. {Spec :' toTe SocySent' a I-Star i ter. high production is evident: : AVOID NOISES
GAINESVILLE large number -i j i Mclrvin has been Identified If you are getting two-thirds as :
rilONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL ItT.r of Florida flue-cured tobacco I with the citrus industry in Lake II many eggs a day as you have hens ..'',. \'<. '
County for a number of years. For you are using about four pounds
growers are planning to treat the past several years he has been of feed to produce a dozen eggs.
their beds with chemicals for weed I office manager for Growers One-half as many eggs as hens .
control this Fall. Fred Clark, assistant f Marketing Service here. Miller I means around five and a half -\1\
has been associated with his ,. pounds of feed per dozen while '
with the Florida
agronomist FOR DEEP AND
brother in the operaiton of the only one-third as many eggs as
Better Experiment Station, says the Miller Brothers trucks and filling hens runs the feed figure up to
o beds should tie treated between I station. eight pounds per dozen eggs.
Sept. 23 and Oct. 20. preferably j I-- -.
II
CROPS fr S'5 MLL t between Uramon Oct.and 1 calcium and 10. cyanamidare ,I I II II II I SHALLOW WELLS

the chemicals used. They
maybe .
0 > broadcast uniformly over the
r
I prepared bed, either one pound ofuraman INVENTORY CONTROL I ANY SIZE
I
S .OJ:, one pound of cynamidor 1>I J
one pound of uramon and one-,i I
half of PMftCHASING STOCK PIODUCTION COST ;;
YsTE MS1O pound cynamid per square .
yard AHD Alt OTHC* NICISSAY MCOKDS

(I Clark says the bed should be
ACME VISIBLE VISION CARD
watered before the applicationif y
the weather is dry and shouldbe
CABINETSAcme
watered again at intervals' PISTON TYPE PUMPS' FORTROUBLEFREE

N after six weeks if the weather

S has continued dry. multiplies record nloe-
Ito G The agronomist says the 1-*.- cuts record cost.
4 mon or cyanamid or a combination ; ANDLIFETIME
4 4 1oa of the two should be plowedor There is an Acme Visible system
disked into the top four to six for every business. !
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g a 28 it;11 t 'uultttg tutiur1-s.tttr. Orlando, Florida, September 21 1, 1947 r Movie Stars Called in { : \\'r, .,



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WASHINGTON [API The House cry George MurphY. Larry :

; Committee on Un-Amencan Acti- Robert Tajlcr. Jack L.
Sam Wood Alva H Bessie,
vities yesterday announced post- : Brewer Herbert Hibernian.
-.- J ponement until Oct. 20 of its old Brecht Lester Cole ,
aa "Hollywood investigation." It. Dmytryk, Cedric Gibbons, HO'.

: r made public the names of 43 witnesses I(Koch, Johr Howard Lawson
bert Maltz Thomas Leo
*Ya.a r, : I,. including some of movie-i Columnist Lowell Mellett.
dom's stars, who have been sub- : E. Davies, James McGuiness,
poenaed to appear here. Milestone, Sam Moo r e ,
3
o Charles Moffitt, Clifford
4 J Originally scheduled to have
William Pomerance Lela E.
started Sept. 29 the Hollywood
1 ers, Howard Rushmore.
k hearings were ordered by Chm Rxskind Adnan Scott ,

1 Thomas fR.-N.J.1 to inquire into Schary. Donald Ogden;; .
rreMf Waldo Salt; and Dalton
Yv "Communist influences in the motion i
a :
f Y ( picture industry.:' A sub- ,

committee recently held hearingsin
4051'r
arr1 \ M the movie capital but did not !
\t yH. report its findings. .
The postponement, Thomas said 1 !

in a statement, was ordered be-
cause some committee membersare
unable to be here this month
6s and wish to attend the hearings. p
Two members Reps. Nixon 'R.- :
\
s Calif) and Mundt I IR.-SJJ i are
in Europe: third. Rep. Vail .R.- '
Ill, is convalescing from an operation ; t
and a fourth. Rep. Peter-
son (D.-Fla.1. is unable to attend -
F for other reasons.
4 Thomas announced that bearings I

will begin here next Wed
a.r nesday as scheduled in the com-
mittee's investigation of Hanns 0
% > Eisler. Hollywood songwriter and O
r brother of Gerhard Eisler. who has
been identified in previous hear-
ings as a key Communist figurein
p x'.aye this country. Thomas said the

a, s. fi af.. committee wants to know how
Hanns Eisler obtained admissionto

1 4 a _< Witnesses the United scheduled States. to testify Genfral Paint Go

during the Eisler hearing expected -
F *' :: R C ;ps- -Oer
a to,last three days include Sum- "Let us recommend a i
i ner Welles former Undersecretaryof reliable painter"
State* S. Messersmith.
wxw. m George 6131'. Central TeL
.a former ambassador to Argentina;
dti n 3 1 3 P. C Hutton, second secretary and
h consul at Guatemala Qty, Guate-
mala; Joseph Savoretti, of the Immigration -
Service, and ClarenceR.

ae' Immigration. Porter. Chief Service.Inspector of the DO YOU WANTiHOME

I aa
: Thomas said the Eisler hearing
vwI 'cannot be delayed because wit- A
: nesses already have been subpoenaed -
'
some from foreign coun-

HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS I' tries.Thomas said subpoenaes have '\' AND

been issued for Charles Chaplin
; Gary Cooper Walt Disney, Samuel .
I Goldwyn, Rupert Hughes. Eric I A )r

Ann Dvorak's Out Of The Blue Role Praised Lardner Johnston Adolph Menjou,Jr.Louis Ronald Robert B. Mayer Montgom-Reagan, Ring, ,,i I'


Good Business
By LOUELLA O PARSONS .Blue In which she plays an Inebriated lie Fenton," Ann said. "I really "But we never dreamed it would i
t HOLLYWOOD never thought lady, one of the most thought he was the one love of turn into a romance until he cameto i iI
M t SKATING I'd go overboard f oi>Ann Dvorak.|.'hilarious characters IVe ever seen my life. You remember Louella Hollywood and I met him again. ii I
either on or off the screen since'' on the screen. I felt wanted to that we called off our divorce He's very sweet and sunny tem- IFSOSEE i
I I TODAY and EVERY DAY she's never been one of my favor- talk to Ann. Her performance had plans several times and tried to pered."
ite actresses. Although I have intrigued me. make a go of our marriage again, They plan to go to South Amer-
t Except Monday i known her for many years. I never When she heard I wanted to but it just wouldn't work muchas ica later on a prolonged honey-
I f Matinee 2:30 to 5 have felt particularly close to her. see her., Ann, we regretted it." moon, but right now Ann is very r
But after I saw her in Out of the "I always thought it was a much in demand in Hollywoodafter Z4 -= -
j Evening 8 to 11 I came over to my'house 'J>{ shame that you had to separate her .wonderful performancesin i
\ even after you went all through the Out of the Blue and The Long
Hammond Organ MusicCOLISEUM YOUNG TURKEYS though it was war, together in Europe, and hadso Night in which she plays a heavy. _
\ the night before and downs in It's a nice heahowever..
-Tlw T 4 her wedding and personal lives," I told her. "I like that kind of parts, char-
G Maitland Gardens
Turkey that's pretty nice- Leslie was in the British Navy acter roles," she said. "I've played BAR-PACKAGE STORE
I
3 Miles East of 17.92 at Maitland
I
She married Igor several drunken ladies in life.
.
my
I'' ISkatlBC Deptl t I'' on Maitland Goldenrod Road "' from the start of the war in
Phone winterPark1311 Dega the dancer the British but I never stayed under the Influence p
Visitors Welcome I 1910 and Ann joined
'S 1- "America* Fwect Rink p -ILL in a small church. Ambulance Corps to be near of the bottle all throughan \\1r-T: :)' t.

__ _n_ : in the valley the| him in! England. .. entire Dicture until Out of the ..., and DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT

!' IIIIIIIIIIIII111fIIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIP_J next evening. -- --- "Well, I honestly thins mats Blue. Quite an experience, I must
Ann told theLoueUaBlue me Parsons where our trouble started.:' Ann say, but it was fun too.
I that Out of
answered. "Everything was so Ann was born Anna McKim
"We Serve Top Quality Food"PICKWICK in which she manages to nerve wracking that when the and lived her early life in New $20,00000
she meets, even to
: : upset everyone
letdown:: came after all the excitement York City. Her parents were
of entangled in
RESTAURANT 1 the point getting has Vera we just couldn't seem to get both actors and her motherwas "One Dozen on the
a pseudo-murder given
along. We're still friends, however well known as the motion
Caspary the author an idea for and he was one of the first'to Anna Little. Hall Shell" .
661 N. Orange Ave. another wacky comedy. This one send me a telegram wishing picture actress 2 acres of land Modern concrete Block Building'
Miss Caspary kill call Out of the "How is your mother and how
me happiness in my new marriage. with apartment. Fully equipped kitchen and Bar.
she feel
does about your marriageto
[Across Street From Orange Court Hotel] Red. hadn't been i -
"You know if I an '
it ni gal who Igor? I asked remembering'how
"In play a goes OYSTERI
I would have been
'
actress a news-
= Breakfast 'Lunch Dinners and moment of strongly her mother had disapproved -
O to Las Vegas in a
paper reporter. I know that's a This located 2 miles west of Orlando
t. imbibing rather freely cleans up of Ann's marriage to I property
familiar old line, but in my case f.
Full Course Steak at the gaming tables," Ann said. Leslie Fenton, and how often she
T-Bone Dinners $1.75 it"as true. I majored in journal- on the Winter Garden Road.
and I. A. Goldsmith voiced that protest to me over
"Miss Caspary -
c ism and edited a school paper at 360 N. ORANGEAir i
H Full Course Sirloin Steak Dinners $2.25 = who produces her murder Occidental College. Then I hada the telephone.
Ann beamed. "Mother is
mysteries might even work in won- Conditioned Open
brief career as a cub reporteron See Gary Starling or Your Real Estate Broker- .
t something about the celebrated derful, she said. "She likes Igor, 7 AJU.-12 PJLL 7 Days a Week
= Plenty Parking Space Closed of the Los
Sundays Angeles
on one papers. ------
and this time I have her blessing.
Bugsy Siegel slaying. Miss Caspary FRESH SELECT NEW ORLEANS
,
The demon news sleuth that was
is something of an expert on murders Naturally that adds to my happiness \ Phone 8898.
BAR
I .Iillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1111(1111llhI l l ( IIllhIIlllllhIllllllllllIUIllhIIiFLORIDA'S l you know; her stories Laura me!" ." OYSTERS AT OCR OYSTER
the Ann
In London during war '
and Bedelia proved that." i Try Our Business Men's Special till Real Estate Agents &, Brokers Protected]
was given a daily column to write
Cotton is the of
largest employer
; Obviously Ann was trying to and she the work Served Daily j
| enjoyed so
labor of any industry in the U. S.
ini: -I IY be accommodating:,talking about much she seriously considered
] her work that way.. but natu- making reporting her life work
iiI rally her mind really was on her when she returned to Hollywood. I
prospective bridegroom Igor After seeing her in Out of the
Y Dega, who even then was waiting Blue, I say thank goodness she
patiently for her at the didn't. /
D ecorusEXCLUSIVE home of a friend. So we switched Ann, who has very blue eves / 4
our conversation to love and -an unusual shade of rather /
marriage. light blue-confided to me that /
I "Frankly. I never expected to she first met Igor a longtime tertaawett thaw .
marry again after I divorced LeS- ago in London. Attend
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The Echo Said "No"::Elliot, Lawrence .._...: 75 "Dancing under the stars"BIH Is r2tdrt1Sd ... HUGH BEAUMONT '.

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FACILITIEST. I Lf.J.E.Woodham I Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 {trr! S'nnbaJ! fi-rnttntl-S-far Page 29 Storm Kept Linemen Job

Rene T_ Bettor on
la Oar New l.ritioaS

< Alemantfer ORLANDOTRANSFER Plate I The SuncJ"Sentinel-Star; Radio Program I II (For the benefit of the many OrIau-1 I Three poles were knocked down.
: Shane who during the recent storm were
& Rites Announced without electric power or light and wondered Most trouble was due to tee
TEL.STORAGE lilt CO. i Bernard Herrmann leads the CBS Symphony ini DeRose and Rubenstein on The. Family Hour at I perhaps what, cussed was the beta Orlando done Utilities about it Com-and branches short circuiting wfee

l I i Schubert's Fifth Symphony in B Flat Major at 2 4 pjn. from WDBO. They Include Command,' mission a little. C. H. Stanton. assistanttener.i This in turn would blow tfMK-

[Spfr .' to The Sums 1 SC..l'=l I.Star) pjn. over WDBO. He also conducts Telemann's i r owed manager to find of out the exactly ConunissloB what happened ass
I As Years Go By. and Since I First Met Thee. All, former fuses and cause power tn-
WE ARE KISSIMMEE-Funeral services Tafelmusik Wagner's Siegfried Ldyll and the Petite j -ED) '
AUTHORIZED UIlMUiinOK PUB for Lt. James E. Woodham Jr. Suite by Debussy. Goodman's orchestra plays a Fantasy from Puccini's v Br FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON terruptions.

a a'H_ .w.t e t w R a-- .... I will be held at 11 ajn. Monday The Three Suns Trio will make a guest appear- opera. La Boheme and the choir sings Make Mine I Ir .. Ed *cr, T-e 5''.-dSe-.-x-l-Svwl! I First of the circuits was restored -

e Acvtrton. ..* electric$ ArcfelMlM W........ in the First Methodist Church of ance on the RCA Victor Show, with Robert :Merrillin Country Style. At the first forecast that indicated by Thursday morning and

a w........*. CvttiH c... aN Carbide II Campbellton. Military services his regular The Shadow, from WLOF at 4 p.m. Is faced R t the storm was coming near 90 per cent of all lights and
NATIONAL CJ *F8KELO1.NO : a will, be conducted at 11 a.m. --- with Orlando all personnel of the Or- power were back on by 4:39
singer emcee i a matinee idol whose face is horribly dis-
BLTrUF.S; i Wednesday in Rose Hill Cemetery. lando Utilities Commission were p.m. The remaining 10 per cent
III Breokbn. Dr. Pk. MtJJ i, Kissimmee.Lt. role. A combination y figured. alerted for continuous duty. were localized trouble spots and

........................ 1' Woodham was killed in the of guitar organ a University of Chicago Roundtable from WORZat Plans were -then made as to were cleared up by midnight.
d e crash of a B-17 in Alaska Aug. and accord- 12:30 discusses the dYY a kt how to handle incoming trouble
:
p.m. challenge facing State
: i 115. He entered the Army in July ian. the trio will calls. assignment of personnel and This writer who toured the.city
RADIOS mental hospitals. Four eminent psychiatrists par- Wednesday night and saw the
11943 and was graduated from do Hindustan availability of matenals. Arrange-
: REFRIGERATORS 'Turner Field Albany, Ga., as an and On The t N y y ticipate. ments were also made to feed men spitting arcs caused by the man''

: WASHERS officer in Feb.. 1945 and had been Avenue. :M err ill WDBO (Sl 0)l WLOF (12301 WOes f740 on the job.Members. falling power lines, was a little
stationed in Alaska since July. 600 Melodies .u.___ Sign On ft Newt' surprised that service was restoredas
sings a dramatic 6 IS Melodies ______ Olon Pleas. Trio I of the water department -
: NEED REPAIRS? 1946. He was a native of Camp- aria from Gior- yt s 6.30 Melodies. ______ Chapel in the Sky were assigned to electric quickly as it was.
i bellton and a graduate of Mari- 6 45 Melodies .._un_ Chapel In the Sty I
For Any Make i anna High School. He attended dano's opera, An- -'iOO-PiisbYterl.: .. Hour Organ Reveille ._ Nev __u_.._. I I. trucks which made a total of
: Calls .Maryville] drea Ch enter; 7 IS Presbyterian Hour Organ Reveille _. Organ Recital __. about 60 men and 20 cars avail-
College and
Universityof 7:30: Decision Now _... Organ Reveille .. NBC String Quar able for repairing lines.
s BARTON'SYou Florida and graduated from Tramp, Tramp '7:45 RtT Bob Jones Organ Reveille NBC String Quar MISS MARY SCHISLER has
Gordon Military College. Barnes- Tramp, by Her- -800-hews __ _n...... ChurcbOrAIrWorjdN.R'd: -1 been named manager of the During the storm approximately -
: Benefit By Our 25 i 'ville, Ga.. and received an L.I. degree bert and Annie 8:15 Renfro Valley ______ Church of Air Lucerne Gas Time new record 10,000 trouble calls poured into
8:30: Rrnfro Valley Evangel Hour ? Mtth. Min. Assn department established the commission's overburdened I
Years Experience e from Florida State. .. .. t
Laurie. Heardover 8'45 Johnson Faintly Evangel Hour Metn. Min. Asin
: Next to Colony Theatre i He is survived by his widow, WORZ at x "900" News _._________Bible Clus.Cburch of-Christ at Sears Roebuck and switchboard and some 700 wereanswered
Winter Park 93 I Mrs. Dorothy Watford Woodham 8 It Listen to Llebert Bible! Class .u___ Church of Christ Co. A resident of Orlando the directly. In most cases,
: 1 p.m.House. 11.30 Christ for World Voice of Prophecy Chosen People '
cars one trouble call
'of Kissimmee: his parents. Mr. iA "'45 Christ for World Voice of Prophecy The Four Notes' last 15 months Miss Schisler answering New AH-In-On Sonoton
......................, and Mrs. James .Woodham.. of of Mys- 10'OO-Hews __u__. News nU___._ Voices "DWlnd- has been with the Southern would take care of several hun- Hushes
WLOFat __ ._ dred outages. Noise-You Relax I
Campbellton: two sisters. Mrs. tery over 10'19 Guest Star u Dixie Four Voices Down Wind
Cast Hazel W. Willis. Campbellton. and 3 pm. brings .10'30 Voice Voice of of Prophecy Prophecy Reviewing Reviewing Stand Stand Diodes News Moderne RI.hll.bU10'4S Music Co., for the past year. The commission started pulling This newest Sonoton U the

Iron Mrs. Jack M. Green. Tallahassee; the story of a 11:00 Salt Lake Choir Methodist Charm First.. Ch'rch Previously she was associated circuits at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday ONLY all-ln-on Instrument
,one brother, M-Sgt. Robert Doug- five-century- old 11:15 Salt Lake Choir Methodist Church First Pres. Ch'rch with the Schisler Music Co. and opened breakers on those with Bi-Focal ControL Great
las Woodham stationed in Jamaica 11.30: Music' for Sunday Methodist Church First Pres. Cti'reh11:43MpsieforSunday circuits in the comfort through a noisy dart
in
witch's power plant or-
curse.
BATHTUBS Meftiodist! Church.First Pres. CfaTch Macomb, III, for about five
; great aunt, Mrs. Ida L. The story of 1200-Gospel Hour i -==-Mutual Music Sbo America Cnlted der to protect people and wires. See ItlSONOTONE
Renfroe. Campbellton. 12:15: Gospel Hour ___ Mutual Music Show America United years There were 11 circuits aroundtown
I The Devil's Foot- 12:30: Gospel Hour ___ Mutual Music Show U. Chic. ndtable OF ORLANDO
,; prints, told by '+r 12:45:>> Gospel Hoar _____ Mutual, Music Show U. Cnlc. R'ndtab.* an which breakers were
1 Obituaries Elliott 1 00-News Review __ Steph-:Grsham-Dr:-RCA-Victor Show I opened.) The following lines were
MRS. ANNA BOIIMAN Roger ARTURO TOSCANINI 1:15: News Review __ Steph.Graham-Dr RCA Victor Show Church Out Four i not disturbed: feeding the down- 1 i 611 METCALF BLDG.
proves the legen- 1.30: Bob Reid Sings __ Sammy Kaye ... Patterns In Poetry ,
$79 ea. I I Funeral services for Mrs. Anna air today. _1:45 Hires to You ___ S. Kaye-Fact-Flc'n The Sophisticates town area, the gas plant. Orange
1 Bohman. who died Thursday dary tale is un- on ZOO-CBS Symphony Reunion _________ John Vandercook Bring Own Snakes : Memorial Hospital and Florida I! PHONE 2-2101
2:15: CBS Symphony Reunion _.. Sunday Matinee Sanitarium.Ten .
while visiting her son David in '" .
Cast Iron Ashland, Mass., will be held at true.The Sealed Tunnel, an original drama by Irve 2:30 245 CBS CBS Symphony Symphony __ Lutheran Lutheran Hour Hour_._ Sunday Sunday Matinee Matinee. BIRMINGHAM [UP} Four men additional lines feeding G. F. COOPER-Consultant

i the grave in Greenwood Ceme- Tunick based on the history of Turo Synagogue 3'OO CBS Symphony __ House of-Mystery Sunday-Matinee-:: were charged yesterday with disturbing food storage plants were continu- I,
tery at 4 p.m. Wednesday. founded at Newport R. I., in 1658 is presented as a 3 15 CBS Symphony ... House of Mystery Sunday Matinee ously maintained. 'I 1 BATTERIES FOR ALL AIDS
3:30 Hour of Charm ___ True Detective _._ Musicana _. religious services by bringing -
LAVATORIEScomplete i| Mrs. Bohman made her home special religious broadcast over WDBO at 9 pm. 3 43 Hour of Charm .__ True Detective Mugkana hU.___..
I in Orlando with a daughter Mrs.A. Originally scheduled a few weeks ago the premiere 4 00 Family: Hour _..- The-Shadow-==:-NBC" Symphony their own snakes, sticking
with I P Swaidmark.She radio performance of Don Gillis' Symphony 4:15: Family Hour u__ The Shadow NBC Symphony them with pins and needles to Growing In Popularity Every Day. .
4:30: Jean Sablon show Rex Maupm Orch NBC Symphony
chrome legs was a resident of Man- 5'2 subtitled Symphony For Fun, is played by _4.45 Jos. _Barsch-News Rex Maupin Orcfi NBC Symphony make them mad and then releas-
THE LONGWOOD HOTEL
chester. N. II.. before coming to the NBC Summer Symphony Orchestra under direction S-OO: Ozzie Harriet Those W'b; n-S.crd-R..n-- ing the enraged reptiles amon
i Orlando and was a member of 5:15: Ozzie A Harriet Those Websten Cote Glee Club -
$4750 ea. I of Arturo Toscanini. Beethoven's No. 1.Kabale'sky's 930 Pause That Refr's Nick Carter ___n Ellen Queen the congregation.
the Arlington St. Baptist: Church __ ___ Phone 13
overture and The 5:45 Pause That Retr's Nick Carter n Eliery Queen Ruffin Longwood -
Colas Ragland
Breugnon snake-handling
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in Manchester. She is .rv\"cd 600: Gene Autry :::= Drew Pearson .J kP..r-1 '"
-- Moldau by Smetana complete the program, heard 6:13 Gene Auliy __ Don Gardiner .-. Jack Paar Show minister at Fulton Springs had Features on This Sunday's Menu
LIBBYFREEMAN 4 6:30: Blondle _____ Grist Story Told Rogue's Gallery warrants sworn out against the
over WORZ at pjn. 6 45 Blondie Grtst Story Told Rotue's Gallery Long Island Duckling
entinrl= 'tar Mutual Music Show, over WLOF at 12 p.m. -OO-S.m-: Spade----::: Mediation; Board--:-Clevelandaires- four men charging also that they
k Martha Wright, tenor Glenn Bur- 7:15 Sam Spade ___ Mediation Board Nelson Oimsted tore up his tent after his panic- Broiled or Fried Spring Chicken
brings soprano 7:30 Crime Doctor ..._ Gabriel Meatier Front' Center stricken followers fled. They are Lamb Chops Shrimp
MOVES MERCHANDISE ris and Tiolinist Julius Schulmann in a programof 7'45 Crime Doctor ____ Gabriel HeatterFront 4c Center -
\V. B. Densmore, 19 and Allen
"Tod Strlnuwune :I::= Roast Beef Red Snapper
music. of
old, new and classical CorUss Archer Voices King
Densmore. 25, of Gardendale. and
711 W. Church St. III & 1"" I 111 & 1 1 -, Jean Sablon the French baritone sings Em- 8.15 8.30 Tony Corliss Martin Archer--u._ Jim Voices Backua of Strings Show Guest Wayne Star King...__U'___ Vernon Henderson 19, and C. C. Virginia Ham Etc.. Etc:

braceable You on his CBS song show at 4:30: pjn. -8:43: Tony Martin ____ Jim Backus Show Heres to Veter.ns9OOYomKlppur Densmore, 24, of Birmingham. All dinners, including our Smorgasborg platter, from $1.50,
Tel. 9869 Average Daily Circulation WDBO. French and English melodies comprise Pgm. Counter Spy -_- T korL ..U Served from 13 to 8 P. )!.
I Past 6 Months 42.993 I over 9'15 Yom Kippur Pam. Counter Spy ._-_ Take It or Leave It
L I his Sunday schedules. 030 Strike It Rich _'_ Theater Guild ._ The Big Break ._ j BURGLARS TIDY UP
--- --- NBC's general music director. '45.Strike It Rich ____ Theater Guild ___ The Big Break i WILMINGTON, Del. [UPI
Frank Black. --
To::bO Symphonette ==:: Theater Guild :: News
Thieves cracked the safe of the
of four contestants from __ __
judges the performance 10 15 Symphonette Theater Guild Story behind hdln
10:30: Dance Orch. __ Orchestra _____ D. Garroway Show Standard Brands Inc.. office. took
The Big Break over --
WHAT IS Louisville, who participate on 1043 Dance Or.-b. ..u_ Or.-h.-Ne. n" D. Garroway Show $130 in cash and then carefully DE SELF-CHARGING

f'\ WORZ at 9:30: pjn. :: News ..__.-..- Sports Parade ._. News .-. replaced the safe door. LUXE
The dramatization of a high school grid star's 11:15 Scores-News.---- Orcn. __. Signed B. Smith --
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11:3O Dance Oren ___ Dance Orch. ____. Henry Russells Or
Injury is the Stephen Graham Family Doctor story 11:45 Dance Orch ____._ News ___u__._ Henry Rus -Il Or.
I over WLOF at 1 pJn. The boy, being treated for 12:00 News .. _____ Sign Off __ News & Sign Oil G-E PORTABLE

ENGEL r a seemingly. minor knee injury, violates the doctor's 12 12::30 IS Dance Dance Orch Orch ______ : 7OWGHT/

orders. 1245 Dance Orch ____

I Rise Stevens sings the melodies of Kingsford,_ 1-00 Sign Off ___ f.j:-tr* RADIO
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by her daughter son and five\ Lockhart P-TA Session Former King Carol, Bride \1 -

grandchildren: Mrs. Clarice Shed- i I Slated for ThursdayLockhart Take Ship for PortugalRIO
.. berg of Alex La.: Miss Gladys;
DE JANEIRO (AP] Former
Swaidmark of Wheaton, HI. and P-TA meeting. which PLUS SHORT WAVE -
King Carol of Romania and his
and the postponed because of the hurricane -
was
Albin Swaidmark Jr.
the former Elena
Jh will be held Thursday eve- bride Lupescu. Here's the set for carefree radio
Misses Edla and Ann Swaidmark boarded the Juan
Argentine ship I
ining. All members are urged to enjoyment-anywhere. No more
of Orlando. I!be present. The room mothers' de Garay yesterday, bound for worry and expense of frequent

: -USTEN TODAY- i '1 meeting will be held on Wednesday Portugal. The former monarch battery replacements. The airplane
% => : now 53, and his 45-year-old bride ''
CLARK at 1:30 .
MR. JAMES WHEATON >: pm.Commandery I type storage battery renews :
eluded It believed
i ii reporters. was
1: EUSTIS-Mr. James Wheaton T its power over and over : -
might from Lisbon to
they -
i Clark 74, a resident of Eustis for and Zamora go again. Short wave broadcasts -- -
Temple
France, but no announcement was -
"The Pause that Refresh the past six years, died at his Shrine Birmingham.He are tuned-in as easily as domes '
made of their plans.Be .
home Saturday morning. Funeral is survived by his widow, I tic programs on this deluxe self- __
services will be held Monday at charging General Electric port- -y
Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman Jones, I T-
3 pm. from William Zeller Fu- sure umbrellas are thor- 1b i able. Model 260. ', 's
of Kissimmee Arthur L. b
a
the 1 Air"TITII neral Home with Dr. Merle H.Andt"rson son. oughly dry before they are folded
Jones of N. Y. two
on officiating. Syracuse, and put away or they are likely
grandsons, Arthur L. Jones Jr., of i, to mildew.
MR, AMBROSE- J. JONES > Birmingham Mich., and Allen A. Mary Anderson **
FAITH anJ fatuptro
PERCY
'1 12 PUSH-BUTTON CONTROLSImagine
KISSIMMEEMr.. Ambrose J. Jones of Los Angeles Cal. Funeral LOWER -If lf Bought'COST
77, died at his home here i i arrangements will be an- '' C j aWi Saw"i Tim. Wa I Walter Abel(
Jones 1
orchestra of 45 musicians nounced by the Grissoms. LOANS : a portable with It aH-eJectnc push-button control Three-way
:Mr. Jones retired as super- Fiwnc.m
Friday. tone controL Plays on both battery and AC house current. It brings a
aid 11. SIMMSWDBO intendent of shops of Atlanta. Installment Wendy Barrie \( stations you'd never expect a portable to pick up. and iU G-E: natural
,0n33 o/GINNY Birmingham and Coast Railroadand i j MR. S. J. CAPEX I Loan Orot.4f
: Floor. Elora-. I color tone is a constant joy. See It and hear it today.
moved here five years ago:. Mr. S. J. Capen. 72, died in a Air Conditioned. .
-530: P.M. / from Fitzgerald Ga. local hospital Saturday. Funeral Lucile Watson
I He wad a native of Starfce. Fla.: arrangements in charge of Carey FIRST NATIONAL BANK J

member of Southern and Southwestern Hand Funeral Home will be announced Ucmtxr. Federal Dcpoalt loanram Cgrsarattaa ALSO .RCA SELF CHARGING RADIOS
Railway Club, Woodmenof later.FUNERAL A
the World. F. and A. M. of An- I uei/IoM:
:
niston. Ala. Royal Arch Chapter. SERVICES Free for Asthma I OTHER FAMOUS MAKE PORTABLESRCA

j; For Mrs. Susan A. Garren, 82, :
; who died Friday will be held at 3 OLYMPIC
I pm. Sunday at the First Baptist I During Summer Perhaps you've known women like i 1

Church in Cocoa. The Rev. JamesA. I her-but certainly none to match PHILCO GAROD
Sawyer will officiate. j If..e wffir silk attack .l Aithiaa an< cktkt her...this guest whose luggagewas
Interment will be in Cocoa ...4. last ftr knatfc. If restful ate' 'it iffwult LEAR A VIANSOUTHEmn
Fixed-Price Sale Cemetery. | HeaaM at tile sunset. I* .... .. aa't fail toi jealousy suspicion and hate.

i i wad at eats ta tile Fraatiar Asthma C..,.., far
1 I .. Theatre Guild the Air I
on
a FREE trial' the FRONTIER ASTHMA
For :Mr. Claude W.
Colbert 5'1.
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MEDICINE pnaaratim
a ttmnrirj "
who died in Orlo Vista Thursday, wit,. slid .. iwmmt. af ......i.. Alt.... :
will be held in Carey Hand Fu- Na ..tt... shin jn tin ar whether. >.. kao
of surplusARMY neral Chapel at 2 Monday, WLOF >>)
pjn. .. -9.30
faitk U any BaaKiaa ..d<< tin ass a 4 ta> : P.M. rI
with the Very Rev. Melville E. tar Mia frta trial. It will rait yes _,... CM-: 232 N. Orange Ave.

Johnson officiating. Interment lip UM ply' a* tli...'.*. Address Phone 8671 f y
will be in Greenwood Cemetery
EXCHANGE SERVICE.PROPERTY with services conducted d by the FRONTIER ASTHMA CO. m.. Fraatiar Blaa.. UNITED STATES STEEL I II I

American Legion. aU Niaiara St. Baffala I. N. Y.

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CASH REGISTERS SAFES ROCK WOOL INSULATION < 1 the current selling prices 2. do NOT

of the following NEW BUICKS we .
6 FT. BAKERS OVENS COUNTERS TABLES CHAIRS
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Delivered In Orlando a. Sell new cars to dealers.
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ELEC. COOLER BOXES BENCHES I Sedanette 4-Door Convertible b. Sell to individuals who buy for resale.


ADDING MACHINES SODA FOUNTAIN i f I Special 2076.00 2138.00 c. Require a trade-in to obtain delivery of a new BUICK if

o 2236.00 2322.00 2731.00 you do not have a car.
Super

COFFEE URNS COCA COLA DISPENSERSMILK Roadmaster 2532.00 2633.00 3057.00 d. Require you to purchase needless additional accessories.All .


SHAKERS GAS HEATERS prices include factory equipped Underseat Heater Defroster.e.. Penalize you by making an unjustified, low allowance for

Radio Clock, etc. the car you trade.

KITCHEN & COOKING EQPT. ELECTRIC SWITCHES & FUSE :! .


OFFICE DESKS CHAIRS MISC. BOXES
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EQPT. STEAM TABLES 3. what about DELIVERY?




Federal agencies 7-8 a.m. ; We assure you that everything is being done to increase BUICK So when good friends ask us, "How do I get one of those Buicks,


production which is limited only by availibility of materials.. As our forthright answer is always the same: "Place your name on
f Veterans of World War II 9-11] a.m. :

nearly as possible our deliveries are being made in accordance with our list, at once. The sooner we have your name, the sooner you
Local governmental agencies 12:30-1:30: : ;}

. I the date on which your name was taken. '. start climbing up our customer list." _

GENERAL PUBLIC: 2:3: p.m. .

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Veterans need no priority certificates but must present

b copy of discharge and be prepared to make-payment by I ORANGE BUICK COMPANY"ORLANDO'S

cashiers or certified check or cash.


t. SALE TO BE HELD IN BUILDING 1010 OLDEST DEALER"

.. 330 N. ORANGE AVE. ., J PHONE 6114ENLARGED
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Battle For Demo Party Control I -
30 tr t founhttg forntintl-Sotnr Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947J' I Talmadge Opens
Page .o.r., -, t r 1 I AUGUSTA IUPJ Herman Tal-'!Augusta publisher and chief of. the
I TWHO/VT DO YOU OLAME madge's lieutenants asked Rich-Thompson allied committee.
THE GALLUP POLL SAYS
,
mond County Superior Court yesterday -:
SPECIAL 9x12 All-Wool Carpet 532,50 PRICES j to decide whether they or' PLASTIC WALL TILEAs i

AII-Wool Carpeting 27 and 36" runners; 9", 12* Public Blames No Single !aov. Thompson's backers control Nat. Ad.
and 15" widths. Georgia's Democratic Party. A quo J:' BY DOW CHEM. CO.Cranteed .

Asphalt Tile: B. C, and D Groups and cove face. I warranto suit-meaning "by what fading aainst and UKI.water...,wareieL.

Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum. Group for Higher Prices i ,right filed by do Chm.you James hold office S. Peters was of SCHERFER FHA TERMS TILE CO. : .

Sink Top Rubber.3 ft.width.Corrugated Rubber I the Talmadge-aligned committee ExelnsUe State = p,
Runners, black and maroon, 3 ft. width. Grass By GEORGE GALLUP against Chm. William S. Morris. 325 N Orange 22UI .
Rugs alllueLAMERIOAN (tD:re-tcr, American: ln RUG AND LINOLEUM co. PRINCETON,N. J.-A Senate committee last week begana 3 I
series of hearings embracing 12 cities in an attempt to diagnose -
.
852 North Orange Ave. Phone : %188 and 2-2189 .
the cause of today's soaring living costs.If
II the committee visited every city in the nation and FbV4HflRIBI f
asked all citizens to name the group or groups responsiblefor
skyrocketing food and other<- '0
prices they would not find the could mean cither of the major UCSAYSPU8 / ;
:
ire focused on any one\ .3G oNO r
public's/ share DIRlI/DVS
:\o\OA MII1TRII1' scapegoat. political parties. since they ON NME 17f .
What this means is, that while power in Washington.Those blaming GOVENE55 .1413GSaR
there is a lot of talk and great business and industry are ? a h
fi' r exasperation about prices, it is similarly divided among voters to JACKSONVILLE I
FLOBIDAFlorida's going to be very difficult to make who name "retailers. "whole- i
ST. PETERSBURG n I I' political capital out of the high salers," "manufacturers." "dis-. 90 Mins. $7.15 '
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1 Resident Military Academy with cost of living. :
lit Junior R.O.T.c.only Unit. Member: Southern Associa- If it were true that a major I tributors," etc., and the answer Be Dad
The Finest To TALLAHASSEE
.
'I tion of Colleges and Secondary Schools Associa- : proportion of the public blamed I "labor" is made up of such SALLAS & SALLAS
tion of Military Colleges and Schools of the United ,any single factor or group of the t sponses as "lab r leaders," AUTO PAlNTlNG"for I PLUMBING CONTRACTORS $13.60 sf
t .._ States.Highest Government Rating. An Accredited ; population for high prices, a "union labor:: "strikers," etc. that NEW CAR LOOK" i Hours I2 I-
i .I T+ '""I University Preparatory School. Limited Enroll I itician could no doubt dig pay POI-I Voter opinion on who is re-l SAM JONES and REPAIR WORK }
F AJ; ment. Separate Junior Department. out of the issue. But at this blame for high prices PAINT AND BODY SHOP w. Central Ave. Ph. 8017 i f to GAINESVILLE ;
certainly no evidence exists of more substantial change in s.w. Cor. << JeUmOD 153-1 .
Address 662nd J. K. Sulks
\1\\ SO. For Information President I such unanimity of opinion among three months since the Phone; : F. Sallas 51 Mins. S5.60ALI.
Walter B. Mendels. !
,--J fr CoL 'voters. tude last polled on the A.'C' ::
St. Petersburg Florida : FARES PLUS T r
Florida Military Academy i l
I The institute has polled a nationwide in June. b .
!? FlertdVi Leading Military Academy Established iao cross-section ofoters I When the problem is considered WIVES AND MOTHERS OF DRINKING MKM Passengers Airmail Air Express'
on this question: I from the more constructive approach -
"Do you blame anyone for of tryin to'find a rem- ALCOHOLISMSuccessfully For All Air Travel Reservations '
fa Ommu. present high prices?" I edy for high prices voters' opin-
HOW YOU WILL Jbnoca Per cent I ions are as varied as they are as $ Treated with Oae WHit of rfospitalixetiea

4":-aaw'"z::._ -.. Yes ..........._._.____....-..___....... 50 to the cause. WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL I PHONE 2-4568 4 4a. f-
BENEFIT 8Y READING ,== No .__.....________........_._m 35 The question was asked: Writ tor Inlormotioa St. Petersburg, F1o.
No opinion m". _.m..m_ ____......14 "What do you think could be 6280 Central Ayenue t.
tie world' doily ....,.,*- 1 The voters who said they did done to bring about lower -
THE OaCTUM SCRIM MOXH02. y"m" find your-.fon.. of hold someone responsible were prices The ?replies" : J
blamed.
the .in community on world affairs when : then asked whom they
tad person your Per cent .. ; !
you world-wide daily newspaper regularly. You will coin Their replies: -
fresh pew viewpoints, a fuller, richer understanding of today's vitalwsPLUS Per cent Buyers' strike, stop unneces- -v. : -J: ,
help from its exclusive features on homemoUng.. education ..00..00.1'1 sary buyin ....___ ..._______._.0000 -' 20 I .r-u .,. i'"
,. tuunest. theater. music radio sports.iSeT Government ._.___._.14 Return to Government regu- I s
... ---------------"""'--- Business and industry ............___........ ... 13 4 r.r t
iettCVft1 TIM CMisTian kknce Socit1y -rw.- ... Labor ..____.._m......___...__..___ 9 lation .nmU 00. P
.cc..r.u.P. ertev V VVtOne.. Norway Street Boston Publfshlrg 15.Mass..U. s.-: Everyone m _....._n.m_.__.__..____.._? 7 Eliminate strikes, reduce wages 12 i r c pestf* Y co.. five.AN
_I *.ts f" || VOfl I Enclosed I b SI. for which pleas send me The Christian Republicans ....._..m....___...._._-. 2 I Increase production '00' _._....____ 12
rv s ....1.1 V |Science Monitor for one month. Farmers _... .. __ ..___._...._.._._____.. 1 Business should voluntarily I
NomeATTENTION__ Miscellaneous 00.._............._._...___ 4 .I lower prices ......-u..............-...... 2 :
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____ [Adds to more than 50 per cent Stop exporting so much -- 3 I
Street __ ,
than one Lower business profits .00..00. 51
: because some gave more
I Change the Administration ...._ 2 :
pt Zane_ Stat_ answer.] bloc of i Everybody co-operate .___ ...._ 1 I
single non.
opinion Thus the in the largest country [36 per ,Miscellaneous: .. ___ .___. '00_ __... '11
No way to bring prices down.._. 4
The cent.]next holds largest no group one responsible.places the Don know ..___...._uno........____. .._.. 24

blame on Government which Total per cent 00 _.. 00 105 OUTSTANDING I DAY FOR .VALUES j

H MILLSICE -- A Some people gave several' answers -
OWNERS OF LAKEFRONT PROPERTY i I so the total adds to more i I :

and CREAM I rise than Of, substantial course 100 per if cent.prices support continue for anyone to AT 9 A. M. SHARP WE OFFER 80 ONLY
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: FROZEN i of these remedies might develop ,
: WEBB DREDGING COMPANY EQUIPMENT such as heightened public
-- i >. of demand Government for return control.to some kind : 7284 SIZE 100% VIRGIN WOOL 5 !
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1024 27th ST.. ORLANDO I TABLESCHAIRS i HANDICAP WELL LICKED I pp
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I HINSDALE.Mass. UPI] CharlesL. I sl -
CHAIRSBOOTHS Winchell, 62, who has been I II 4" MOiN
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II Co. I a living and raised a family of I ..
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1 landfill Beaches Bulkheads I I2J W. Central Phone 2-0271 [' seven children during chairs.the past 50
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Mississippi 14, Kentucky 7. .

Texas 33, Texas Tech. O. Prices Jump Follows
DropIn
Storm Seen Iowa 59, North Dakota State 0. I

; Missouri 19, St. Louis U. 0. '
After StormLosses
Villanova 60 Kingspoint 0.

Loss Climbs Clemson 42, Presbyterian 0. .. LivestockLong

South Carolina 27, Newberry 6. ReflectedIn

Washington & Lee 13, Quantico Marines 0.

Mississippi Iowa State 31, Iowa Teachers 14. Nation's Sales List Shows

6 Montana Teachers 0.
Oregon
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
Declines
Wrecked Recent
Resorts [For other sports see Pages 6-9] NEW YORK-The Florida

!!y Associated!:: "real : hurricane and its attendant; [IF, The Associated Press) '

A rising death toll from the :loss of citrus already is push- Wheat, corn and oats continued

fearful hurricane that swept Death Claims : ing the prices of old pack' -.e 5Lf/for their marathon plungeon
,
Slates
Apopka ;
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the.' Eastenr Gulf Coast was : canned citrus juices higher. P CfC the nation's major markets

counted last night as ebbing' Mr. L. L. Lowry The reaction on the part of yesterday, heralding a possible -

waters permitted a survey of ; the trade was almost immediate. I puncture in the record
Phone
casualties and destruction. :. HearingFlorida I Stocks in warehouses are ex-' high cost of living.
Citrus LeaderMr. '
In The tumble in grain prices-
Twenty bodies were recovered tremely low considering the record -

the Biloxl-Oulfport vicinity.of the Railroad Commission -: Lionel L Lowry, 54, monthly consumption rate' fifth in the last six days on the

Mississippi Coast resort area will hold an open hear- in Florida citrus and the cautious buying of the I]I world's largest exchange at Chi
prominent
here the storm wu deadliest. > : cago-was accompanied by deCo -
past year apparently is going to
the service in
The Red Cross reported as many!I ing on phone ,: circles for many years, died |prove embarrassing to handle :
Apopka City Hall at 9:30 a.m. .5'D.q fC Drive Pledged
missing.! : Memorial:
as 81 persons dead or 1 I yesterday at'Orange Grapefruit which has been mov-I
emphasizing that the reports were i tomorrow, according to W. L. : WASHINGTON rAP The
Hospital after an illness of six :ing somewhat sluggishly,.but hold- United States Chamber of Commerce *
not nr1 ed. The Oulfport Chief : of the Stauffer Chemical '
Traylor
weeks. ing steady In price, now is in act t yesterday pledged a driveto
of Police was quoted as saying:I Co.. Apopka. I' tire demand at slightly improved : return"the American economy:
Born in Plant City Mr. Low-
100 bodies were expected to be I I Either Comr. Jerry Carter or [ to peace-time conditions" with
recovered from the ruins of i, i rt... manager and vice-pres- '1eveis.The I emphasis on "much lower taxes
Wilbur King or both will be National Retail
i, I ; Owned Gro-
ba1aneed"livi.n costs.
mashed Pus Christian. I ident of DiGIortio Fruit Corp. C and
1! present, Traylor said, to hear .f Winter Haven. with which I Iceries, with 3.000 stores one of
felt
Bllost
At concern was complaints about the service | the biggest outlets in the nation j clines during the last few days in
for the safety of many Misihalppl I firm he was associated for more
i provided by the Florida TeleL I reported yesterday late grapefruit livestock prices and a long list of
than 35
Coast fishermen who were years. !
phone Corp., with home office Juice was moving fast. commodities.After .
reported to have eurrled to i! He served as director and past Ii
in Ocala, which has "deterio- i The price is now from 75 to 80 / soaring to an all tuna
Louisiana marshes when the It I j vice-president of the Florida Citrus -
hurricane bore down. | rated to nothing. Exchange. i j cents for No. 2s and $1.75 to peak Tuesday the Associated
'1 All interested citizens are asked $1.80 for 46-ounce. I Press wholesale price index of
Eisenbrath.Biloxi '
Cosman newspaper i Mr. Lowry was a member of the '
man said a Coast Guard i to be at the meeting.A preliminary I[, Masonic Lodge. Shriner, Elks Club There are less than 2 million \ f i 35 commodities went Into a

plane had made contact-with 40 i i meeting will be held at the chemi I i{ and the Tampa and Lakeland (cases left in Florida and the 1,511 1 \ \e/; steady slump for the remainderof
i leal compa 's offices at 8:30: aJn. I' .Lyw the week
monthly rate of
of the fishermen who were safe Yacht Clubs.Survivors | consumption is I

and was searching: for about 160 I to prepare material SOT the hear- I I are his widow Mrs. '1,700.000 cases. I The week-to-week decline in the '.

others.In .!n3'. Louise The reported loss of. from four index the first-In four weeks, was t
1 | Myrtle Lowry; one son.
New Orleans 4,000 volunteers 'I1Lne., .dial.system.; installed Uo five boxes -- the since
.._ million of grapefruit largest April.
{ Lionel F. Lowry Jr.. of Winter "
were called to item the Inflow 1! at Apopka sooW uinontha ago, has 'Haven daughter. Mrs. Alan 'during "the "stonn by the U. S. Nine Americans Heavy selling swept cotton futures

of flood waters pushed up by I given continual trouble and the Anderson: one of Orlando: two grand- I Department of Agriculture is an Eight Qualify First Grapefruit downward more than $%' A !

yesterday's storm. { many omplalnts made to the I daughters, Nancy and Jean An- .immediate loss and does not figure (i iI I I Killed in Crash bale in New York. '

Damage to New Orleans prop> ccnmisslon caused It to call .the I the anticipated heavy droppage : Corn headed the 'grains 1n the
erty. the area's crops and the/ hearing to air the sitUation. derson of Orlando and one broth- Of Army AirplaneNAZCA. grain price collapse dropping the
which should
result from the
fishing industry was counted .in/1 I er, Charles M. Lowry of Miami. 1 For City Post Of 47 Picked'Special I full eight-cent limit in Chicagofor
the tens of millions. Aiost of the trouble. it is said, i Funeral arrangements will be ,ling administered by the w1 beat-I': Peru UPJ] Fourteen j the third successive day. At
The enUre eoastal I has resulted largely from inferior When the
area was 1 droppage figure Kansas City the cereal also
!
f announced by the Carey Hand persons. including eight U. S.
under martial. last night as cable and equipment which has the total loss become I, W. S. [PREACHER] ALLEN [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] dropped'the eight-cent limit per
;been replaced. Funeral Home. Army officers and one American' '
the storm blew itsel out harmiMtly mltted
under rules.
I exchange
knowledge and an established fact The! Sunday Sentinef-Star Staff Writer) FT. PIERCE-Pickers in-
In Northeast Texas. : woman. were killed In the crashof The week long drop In live
The Miami Weather Bureau reported I a healthy price increase for the I One of the hottest and most a U. S. Army transport plane vaded the groves of the stock prices ranged! from a few

anew storm brewing, how France Belies Red I remaining canned pack is certain. interesting political cam- Brothers cents to several dollars a hundredweight -
Charges while en route from La Paz. Bolivia Gentile here yes-
ever 4n the Caribbean area. The lower East Coast losses at the nation's IX
. are paigns in Orlando's to the United States. i
The estimated dead or missing historywas terday and started gettingthe principal markets. Wholesale
.was swelled by reports of 16 dead NEW pretty well established but the In- predicted last night after Among the American victims prices for coffee butter
4 : YORK tAPl France tooka But he did say that there is no first carloads of 1947 eggs
at Waveland. Miss.: five to 12 dead firm stand beside the United truth in Soviet charges that the formation from Bradenton. Manatee four candidates !were Lt. Col. William A. Sullivan': and flour slumped somewhatdnrlngthe
at Pus Christian and 21 men I qualified, Florida grapefruit ready for shipment I
I Stites en broad questions before Sebring Lake Placid and sar-I j head of the American air mission'Ilto week.
. aboard three missing fishing boats. I the.United Nations Assembly yesterday I Italy To Be Considered. I asota are not too well known. In- bring to eight the number seekingthe train Bolivian Sgt. Har- to market. i Earlier in the week the Bureau
pilots
GOT. Wright of Mississippi and : .
and said there was little dications post of city commissioner from ', The fruItm be trucked to .of Labor Statistics reported that
I are that they will be
his adjutant general sped the hope of healing the rift betweenthe :I .NEW YORK [AP] The United Ward 2 in the white voters' Oct. 7. ry T. Boerel Sgt. William W. Winter) Park and packed at the j I wholesale prices of foods and farm
stricken area to investigate and I U. l States proposed formally yesterday heavy. '! I! all time
S. and Russia now. primary election. Knisley and Mrs. William Pool. products reached an high
direct law enforcement.One It was an almost wholly pessimistic that admission of Italy to I Orange juice .is practically sold American: members of the Gentile house there. It wilt move i last weekend. In another report
of the Identified dead was the United Nations be recon- t S Tossing their'hatseinto the i North via ACL starting about
review of the world out throughout the nation except! crew were Lt. George Hammerand Saturday the bureau said living
George Wlltenmnth. 77. BUnt situation sidered at the next meeting of ring shortly before the midnight I dwellers hit all
that Georges Bldaalt.I I' Srts. Stokowitch Haslip. Tuesday. i costs for city an
night watchman who died at hispott 1 for the California Valencia pack.
deadline E. B. Colonial
I French Foreign Minister made the Security Council. i were Moses Hendricks and Cinert all stationed I. The Gentiles firmed they had I time high in July and: probablyHad '
daring the storm. on the fourth day of general i It is bringing $1.15 to $1.20 I town drag store owner; Robert at the Panama Air Base. | : climbed "a lot higher" since
{ about boxes of
50,000 early
The threat of wholesale looting! debate in Marshall Economic Plan to aid for No. 2s and M. Howard pharmacist and '
I the Assembly. $2.75 to $2.80 for I Mrs. Pool was the wife of the 'th n.
was acute, and National, Guard,. Bidault also told his colleaguesIn I'I'I Europe seeks to "enslave" that 46-ounce. Colonialtown real estate broker; American Army instructor atCochabamba grapefruit to move from their I ,
and Army troops had. orders- to the four-power Foreign Minis : continent. I I Harry A. Banks auto sales man- Bolivia. Because she' troves here but the hurricanecost
hoot to kin.Meanwhile. !l ter's Council that solutions to the In contrast: to France's posi Blends are'very strong and active ager, and Atty. Walter B. Wai- was seriously ill she was gives at them 35 per cent of this, The Weather
an aerial survey of at $1 to $1.05 for No. 2s and
German question, on which the tion. Dr. Masaryk. Foreign Minister I den. the last moment the seat originally -j leaving about 35,000 boxes. ORLANDO AND VICINITY
the Mississippi resort area along $2.20-$2.25 for 46-ounce.
the Gulf Cout revealed that the I Council is widely split must be I of Czechoslovakia. took the Previously qualified with the reserved for Sgt. Boerel's I The fruit ruined by the storm I''I I Partly cloudy with occasional.
area was a shambles.Dan found soon. The Council will discuss Soviet side on the major issues white voters' executive committeewere Bolivian wife of a few days, Mrs. isn't salvageable, for no cannery, showers today and tomorrow.
Galouyo. reporter for the Germany at its meeting set before the UN. Hope Held For Finding I Glenn I. HolIday former city Elvira Aramayo Boerel. whose life i, in the State is operating. i i l &
New Orleans States flew low I for November in London. Masaryk however. said he would plumbing inspector; Clarence A. was thus spared. The other five'
over the coast and said The 'I Bidault did not refer to Russian -I make every effort to close the 28 Plane ParachutistsMANILA I Johnson. outboard motor dealer: victims were Bolivian Army officers i- : Cracker Jim Sez:

entire area was razed." lie said I charges- that there is "warmongering breach between the two Great (API A ground party Frank E. Wright auto dealer, and invited to visit the United :, Three Men of Wedding Them there table vittul cropsis

the resort towns of Waveland I in the United States. Powers. and four small spotter planes Henry M. Burch. real estate States by the American Embassy, Party Die in Crash shore in the groun. an trom the
and Clerment Harbor were "&t- II headed for Northern Luzon late I broker. in La Paz.Chinese. i I way the sun's been a .hita they

most destroyed." Rexall Crocodiles Devour 25 yesterday with high hopes of finding : The field of seven candidates for I CHICAGO [tAP Three men one ,I gonna grow ,.
Crop damage was high. William _ExecutivesFelicitate I alive; at least some of the 28 thesingle post on the council to Nationalists a prospective bridegroom were: worsen weeds. '.-

L. Roark. county agent of Apides I Indian Flood RefugeesBOMBAY U. S. Air Force men who para- be vacated by Com. J. J. Newell burned fatally and two were sear- t That groun is ,.
Parish. Louisiana said between 30 StroudManagement [UP Crocodiles chuted from their lost transport in set something of a record for the | ReCapture Tungcheng i ii I ed by flames yesterday when their'plenty wet an ,
and 30 per cent of the cotton had stormy weather about 1 a.m.The number of candidates seeking'an [API Government,automobile crashed and became a I'them seeds an '
evacuation boat it i NANKING
not been picked and that rice.un- : : swamped an as crashed abandoned plane was the Communist'' blazing pyre. The dead were .sprouts is shore : '
harvested because of lack of storage Here battled turbulent flood waters of i sighted near Cordon. : [Continued on Fire 2. Col.6]' { forces pursuing credited!i Richard Padula. 23. who was to readytotakeroot .
Po-Cheng were
raider Liu
the Ganges River yesterday and .
I I have been married today his "
caught in the I start growin.
an
facilities was
Congratulations !, Chinese dispatches yesterday -
on the modern- !devoured 24 of 25 persons aboard. by press
fields. (.Ization (The only survivor was an old wom- ENGINEER COHEN PREPARES FOR OPENING I with, recapture of Tung-j brother, Fred. 30. and Joseph [Bill Whenny done -
________ of Stroud's Rexall Drug I I II Scaffa. 20. Eugene Chiostri.. 23. | tole me we gonna ;
southwest of
130 miles A
an who clung to a floating corpse cheng. j
store No. 3 here were received toy I and Casimir Zacharski.: 23. were dave the best -
Ask Ban I and Hwoshan. 40 miles
Police Night
Nanking.
unidentified to
on until an man swam ,
telegram yesterday by Joseph A.Stroud. her rescue. The woman said nine 1 northwest of Tungcheng. j: reported in critical condition. Winter vittul crop what we ever
After On At WHOOis ; I its jest on account of all
Football Stabbing .' co-owner, from Justin! A. of the victims were members of Expert Job > seen an
j 'the rains an the fact that we alt
Take Mother 'Cured' Mental!
OMAHA API Police Chief Robert (Dart president of Rexall. J. A. her family. i Yugoslav Troops gonna have no killin frost till

officials Munch to yesterday stop night asked football school [Galvin. chairman of the board. ] I 1 I Here's the engineering expert in the bands of Mr. Jules Cohen Highway From Italians Case, Kills Two Children : plumb after Santa Claus gets here

games after a melee at a high I I and O. S. Culver, vice-president j, Italians Demonstrate 'who is working night and day. ..0-year-old senior engineer ,: TRIESTE tAPJ Allied Military'! INDEPENDENCE. Va. [UP Of- ':' Bill says them seeds is the finest

school game Thursday night during -I i "We are glad to have had an op- ''Against Their Premier ![seven days a week to put WHOO's10,000watt of Weldon and Carr. Washington Government sources said yester-1 ficers yesterday said a 36yearoldfarm f he ever seen In years an that with

.which one youth .was stabbed. ;i portunity to co-operate with you in : (: ABC station on the air. one of the nations No. 1 day that Yugoslav troops" moving | woman Mrs. Vance Anderson. -:,,i some fertilizer they're shore gonna
and another slugged. this ROME [AP! Tens of thousands The towers are uP. the equip- radio engineering firms. Friday night when nobody was-on j who chopped two of her children grow.
I I endeavor and we stand ready ,,of Italians waving Red flags and I Ii I[,ment is installed. guard, took over a section of road, to death with an axe because i I TOD'A'nTiDU'
Toniaht's Movies !to expand that co-operation in the j i the tricolor massed in Rome's \i Now. the Sentinel-Star station' Mr. Cohen arrived in Orlando from the Italians on the new i "something told me to do it" will i' Daytona ...ch and New Smyrna aaackTrtn

BEACH AW KIM .f Death. ins. :3J6.: II operation of the store" the telegram -i! Piazza Del Popolo last night and Thursday and went to work at frontier near Caporetto. I, be sent back to the mental hospital ,Low: :12.42 Hith mm: 11:07, and I 7:05 m. and p.m. 1243 p.m:

**ROXYM VT'oS I stated. i iTo in public squares throughout Italy once.When where she was released as Coco Beach Tides: Huh: 11:IT I.IIL *B*
o.&a. 1:21.: U80 S.23.CAMEO : in a Leftist-inspired blow at his preliminary tests of British Troops Leave Greece''' cured four years ago 12 S3 D m; Low 12 52 s-rn. tad 7.10 p.m.i .
you.your family and staff, < Sebastian Inlet THIn: Blah: 11.12 am.
; Premier de Gasperi's Government the WHOO signal are completedbe i i
On Mora TWBOntw. 1.30. 4:IT, ....
: .i and visiting Rexaliites at. ATHENS L API Withdrawal of a and 12.48 p.m.; Low 12.41 and 7.10
; and in protest at 'skyrocketing win be Joined by sev rat other
COLONY?'SoT.w; .. MO. 4.11. til.f i tendanee we offer the hand of 1 I prices.RockefellerMcCormick. engineering experts who.will. -phase British battalion from by Salonika Premier as Floods Leave l 10 Dead, pm.5..* FhaaMi Utter. ':13; sets: 4.23.
RenD announced yesterday
13ORAKD ., fellowship with the sinCere
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: Thr e eR S Ticket. 13. 4 52.S and tune the station.
Te Coll .. 140. wish for Sopnoulis who said it marked the 18 Missing Tokyo LOCAL VCMPCMATUIICS
OOM t
11. 10. Bart the continued
sncI :- This means that these engineerswill Recorded by tJ.& Weather Borea al
11*. I:3$. 1 ST. 10.!'. I cess of an of I beginning of the complete with' I Municipal irpOT*. -
KIALTO: It lUMmcd S. Sth ATeme." ou. : be sure WHOO covers the 44 TOKYO LAP Flood waters
a ...*. OlMcr 110. 4 IS. 131 Other co-owners are William E. Bride I I drawal of British troops from the :' Maximum 5G. MmbmMi MlkfJ.
M. 3$ : Heiress Becomes counties that its engineers told the which covered 20 square miles of lam--------- 'i* I lprn.----H

10 4OVOOtri: Trwbl with w_*.. 3.... 705.MJt. .Mrs.Davis.J. Mrs.A. Mary Jo Davis and I PASADENA. Cat. [API Heiress Federal Communications Commission country.947Scptembcrt94 eastern Tokyo to depths as greatas :::: === ;,: i: 3pm.3Pm.: ===. ==: 50I
Stroud. -
.. ataaier ... Uym.." '.00. $2.a. I Anita Oscr. 23. grea tgranddaughter the station would cover. 15 feet surged slowly towardsthe I 4 ..m. ____ n I 4 PIlL _u____. 64a
Mr. Cohen has a rich background sea last night. The city government a.m. _____ '7. a p.m. ____u__ I"I
DRTTt-W TM Cam Atont.APOPKA both the late John D. Rocke- : I .___
: of _____ 75
.. I II a.m. 74 S p.m. uu ;.
: WOTM* SO .h ** feller and Cyrus Hall McCormick.and of experience for his task. reported 10 persons were .7 ..m. 74 7 p.m. .___ __ ,t
W.DILASDDuhoiwtd. .. D._... Gn Ledr..! Uw DRKA T....:.! CharterWIREPHONE35 Linus Carl Pauling Jr.. 22. Since leaving the Navy in No- S0* : 45 ibm 'W.J PiN JW fr* dead. 18 missing and .50 injuredin .m. -__-_--_ '7S 'p.., ___u u T7l

ITJ8TWOMt .* Jaot A..t- were married yesterday in an Informal ,_ vember 1945 he has successfullyput 21 22F=raZ3 1 2621:293O three affected wards.For 10 S '----=: :
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other '
Ea CITY: I Weodof Wh 'i KiuiniB ,I Service # ceremony at the home of JI seven. Fan Garden, F1owTsetg. Seed l _---:::=- -
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E: FabBhM orwn.UUJU1RO graduate of the University of 'an sprouted and ready to grow fast. TEMPEItATUusiLSEWHUEH.
.: Katpcr *f UM BeeS. ran: I r Washington [State of Washington I Grass seed Winter Rye Grass. Batle I' .."Lesi HeiI tewAtant&

loa-Otmr( Beat DORA? ; Th Ite4 JI_PRTSCTSS... 'One Man Show ChargedTo In 1938. he received a- bachelor 1947 October 1947AM Dna- Seed Co., W E. Flue St. ad..J] ;City 53 e6 70 63 I 1 LosbevWe M-- $8 U6.AUaDUe :71 8

TWUWM AMPOROt:UM Th Rl il.40trfte.. OrawU. Vtalcnco.T : -ot science degree in _electrical. Mm'Tfit Vtrf ISa tri tot I I Birmingham 90 75 I )ssrsaes $4 'CBoston
a* WMkend. CIO Leader Reuther 'eo u I SOarnS .1 1.
CLOUDFva S engineering. STOCK CAR RACES '
_._. C'hat88 6'1 I WlDD.-8t.Paul 7161
OKM warynasDas. ; IV.rr : WHITE DETROIT API Vice-Pres. R. He went to work with Weldon I 1234 Chicago 90" : New' OrJ..U It 77C1eVe1&54
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-D Ta-K HAVEN: FMUKLAKtLAK07 J. Thomas termed Pres. Walter P. and Carr immediately following,I 2 P.M. TODAY"AZALEA I 'IT M New T.rk 54 n
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The W.atrntr.PALACK Denv,4' 7' .
: K_pr FOLK*f UK: B.*.. kind UDratk. TCRI FFIN110jj Reuther the "worst factionalismin graduation.The 567 891O11 Deiron 73 61 I Pla9ll1U& n .58'Li
LAKE "WI Alwayi Lan4 YSS.TtstZisi in the CIO United Auto Workers war Interrupted his profes- Puo ItS 60 I St. aj to...

TTSSb1SSDaYTOsA BUc .umu:111., west I' I J ...--.J. t :=-J 'I I'yesterday and accused him of trying JULES COHEN sional career, but fortunately the I B3B14 15 16 17 18 DRIVING PARK I Galveston 11 IS 'is U I I M S&a.Pyc.c utoIe 100 U -I"HOVlOa 4)Ksesss

*.>*, M.. fLoaiDA: suaai Jesru.l4.I 'tUDS "to run the great auto union CASSELBERRY.: FLA. CItY '*5 ea 1 5.stsa ,9 43
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JJ .uto defects which opened last :;" ; ,':;'" -',; .; office in an off-year election with i i[[Navy gave him a job that enabled SANFORD An imso
Jn of several
Monday and closed because of the t : I w r. him to keep his hand in. I meeting of tt1e.
5storm. will be re-opened on Liv ,' -i ,.- only one office open'As He was a lieutenant with the businessmen Friday reeardfrg
16% rI ingston Are. near the City Auditorium .H/ ... >""'" _._ 4 a r n LS w ... I remember there have ,,,Bureau of Ships electronics dlviI -I I habilitation of physically ; .'
: tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. never been so many candidates I sion I and was then attached to the I capped citizens developed
Reggie Moffat. safety committee wanting the same job on the city ,!service forces Pacific Fleet, electronics setting of a meeting nest Pat
chairman, said yesterday. ?' council when only one office is commission. 3 pjn at the Chamber of 6aaT
open." Chm. Charles Stuckie, of
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-=-:= More than 300 cars were the white voters' Air. Cohen, who is staying at I merce to plan for strong irgmnji
executive
:;checked in the only two days the said.Virtually committee the Orange Court Hotel is mar- i of National Employment w2P

;,lane was open last week. ,... assured, Stuckie said is ried and when he has a spare beginning Oct 5, Mrs. Betty M,'

:J. Inspections are made free of a second primary which would beheld minute which are few, he is an I I! ley. local employment senlitt
\\J Jf1' charge! by expert; mechanics from Oct 21; however, there will I! amateur photographer and an head, advised .
I.I J. Bradley Odham etutej
Orlando garages and no particular be no third primary. ardent reader. : was
;garage is recommended for cor- Stuckie pointed out that under "I am convinced that WHO I by: the group as chairman. after .
jrection: of defects inasmuch as the (|white voter by-laws, the two men will be one of Florida's outstanding! I hearing Robert: Hood rtnrc.entative .
of the
:choice of a garage is left to the getting the highest number of stations from an engineering I >habilitation Service Vocation ge,,

scar owner. votes in the primary will run for I standpoint he said on mmt..
of this work
I S In addition to checking for defects the nomination in the second election t
1 Mrs. Moseley said
mechanics will have
avail- yesterday ttA
rather than the candidates I
:able! a reaction tester which : leading business men and heads
1]1 ;proved popular in initial tests,for polling a a majority third vote, thus eliminating i Booth Opening civic organizations wJJ attend
h : testing the length of time necessary primary. Friday meeting and any: other<2
for the operator to move the Registration Books closed at zen interested in furthering pS{
r- loot from the accelerator to the y;x.; \ brake at a given signal. I Clerk Ed McDowell reported a 'Slated Oct. 15. vited. .

ft Endorsing the inspections HURRICANE SWEEPS INTO GULFPORT WITH RAGING TIDE: with a high tide The raging water boils madly around the total of 10,052 registered voters. 'I l i
Registrations during the week
tJi Walter C. Mallory general manager Above view of the beach at Gulfport, Miss., was taken at the houses on the beach in the foreground Vast destruction was amounted to 212 and 106 per : Church Class Session !
of the Florida AutomobileAssn. height of the hurricane that roared in from the Gulf of Mexico inflicted on the Gulfport area sons registered yesterday before I(I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel, StarT To Appoint t Committed
said yesterday that there I I I
SANFORD Junior Chamber of ; !
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seems to be a growing sentiment [ t --.. I I fSr-c o' to Tile SuitreiIMl
Commerce has set Oct. 15 as official :
over the country: in favor of t'j 1fr. I Absentee ballots will be available NEW SMYRNA BEACff fc
compulsory car inspections. CofC I at the City Clerk's office late Monday -'' opening date for the Tourist ;' nominating committee to ariel s

E "A conference of traffic experts Secretary 1 Stuckie said, and voters who, Information Booth, and is already officers win be appointed atttP
1 will not be in town election day
on
well under in having meeting of the
has been called for next month to way a per- Wesley Ptsam <
1 may cast ballots through Oct. 4 sonal check made of all I Class First Methodist
rooms <
plan a compulsory automobile inspection ... i
law in New York State," Named .' : .';,': >. <.'. ,",-' .. when absentee voting closes throughout the area which will be I 8 pjn Thursday at the home'
Post '
to ; : Moses of 1502 Hillcrest Ave., Mrs A.
he said. "Similar steps are being ; available for tourists during the R Ivey Election
;discussed elsewhere. owner of a drug store in Colonial- Winter.. Oct. 26 Mrs. George V. Beck tit
"This Is due to the fact that I I town and another on S. Orange Airs. Gabe !Michael executive assist Mrs. Ivey in entertataSBi.
mechanically defective cars are I [Specal; to The Su-Jr"! Sen ne'.Star] F 4 h Blossom Trail, has been an Or- secretary, is daily: making this

.becoming recognized more and WINTER GARDEN The recently lando resident since 1928. He was check calling on all residentsin
s.jt. :more as a constant menace in organized Chamber of ; born in Level Run, Va., and is 39 a house to house canvass whe I
traffic. Often in accidents other Commerce here has secured William years old. might have available housing for
.... :causes: are given, but in vast numbers i, M Wells as executive secre- "I shall run on a platform of a tourists, and was profuse in appreciation -
of instances defective mechanisms 1 tary. Prior to his appointment he (business man for a business ad- of the splendid reception
have at least been a contributory t' was editor of the Avon Park Sun, 1 ministration" Moses said. "If"" the /1 she is receiving by citizens I I
: factor. ta weekly newspaper. There he was people support me for this office. here. I
i : "The majority of cars on our ,i: active in Chamber of Commerce I shall do everything within my The tourist booth has been 1
!roads today are pretty old and 'work. Wells was born in Oakland. !power to see that the administration leased to the Junior Chamber of j
:have to be checked over frequently Calif. and received his early education of the city is carried on in Commerce by the City at $I per
::.so that defects can be caught before in Oakland schools. Later a w accordance with sound business i year, and the city has agreed to i I
they become too serious. And he attended San Jose State Teachers I II I principles." furnish water.and limited janitor i
this situation is bound to grow College in California. He is a II Howard 50, a pharmacist with service. More than 10,000 scenic i
..orse for some time to come. because veteran of World War H, and r II I Stroud's Drug Stores and real estate and informational folders have
1 of inadequate production. served four years with the Air dealer with an office on N. been ordered of all places of inter- t test \

j: "In my opinion cars are I Forces. I Mills St.. was; born in Macon. Ga. in and around Seminole County '
wearing I out and becoming I Wells married the former Miss He has been residing in Orlando I and they will be available at I Proved
it junked faster than new ones are i tt Irol Berg of Lake Alfred now 4r I since 1924. the booth. ; -"Besty I
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I being produced. j I teaching commercial subjects in A former pharmacist with Mc- At a recent meeting of the 'Test* .. I
Avon Park High SChool. He
*. "It all resolves Itself" down to his office will Elroy's Pharmacy. Howard oper- Board of Directors of the JayCees I
open Monday in the
;the fact that, with a defective ear I[Hall.. City ated his own business in Colonial-I 1 Sec. Gordon Bradley said that

I no one is ever 'saftt in traffic. It'' BOATS WRECKED BY HURRICANE AT NEW Yacht Club on Lake Pontchartram during the I town for about nine years. He re- Cliff Ables has been named chair- I Q-U-I-E-T I
is by no means a difficult or ex- |sides at 645 E. Colonial Dr. : man of the GetOutTheVotecommittee .
'
M ':pensive matter for a motorist to Ware, Rogers Plan ORLEANS: High waves dnd terrific wind I ravaging hurricane. Damage was heavy in' "I feel like I helped build Co- I and is selecting his II
:have his car looked over occasion- many quarters of the city, but casualties were lonialtown and now would like committeemen.The I Hear Even
Y :allyv yet just by doing so he may To Attend SessionsSpecial ;l hurled these boats ashore at the New Orleans few J I to help build Orlando by bringing group not only made a dos t .

!be avoiding a bad accident-pos- [ to The: Sunday Sen:'TC'!-S'orl! ] __ sound business_ principles! :! <<:. to nation toward oPeration of the I t WHISPERS
tpibly a fatal one." LEESBURG G. Ware, president 1 the city administration HOWard youth's club Celery Crate, but has \I i QI
I and J. Carlisle Rogers vice- 1I q j' i. < said. ,'offered active assistance in promoting BeNone' ...m.klle4ettn
Apopkans hearing performance tt
I AD-VICE TO CENTRAL president of the First National I xk ; a Banks 39, sales manager for l 1' the best year yet for this ," fusses why Beltone has wen see
Ii i I I Bank of" Leesburg will leave ; w f{ I Heintzelman's. Inc. has been a club located on the second floor sack n surpassing leadership
FLORIDA Wednesday"%,for the American Entertain t4f- C ; ; ,resident of Orlando for the past I ',lof the City HalL I over an other _e..*.' hear.
big aids.
Instead of being in doubt about Bankers' Assn.- convention in Atlantic I v u !two years settling here followinghis lust He feature For tasUnee.eantribotlic here's
articles you want to buy or sell. City. II r." ." discharge after three year's inj t How to Beltone better ..aria,.
i a job. or a place to rent get Mrs. Belle Hamilton secretary I Visitors ., "-- .. ;', the Army. He 'was born in sault I Deafened People : Use Beltoae exclour "
: "flosttag"
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-J to Mr. Ware 'will attend r: ; microphone moons
"satisfaction the Financial ,
-action" through : < i Ste. Marie. Mich. and resides,at ,1 ing
there is
Want-Ads. Expert Copywriters. <: ,Advertisers Assn. convent I Spec::pf' to The!: Sunday Sentinel-Star] ." 1250 Ayershire Ave. I I Now Hear Clearly poise transmitted less to the ambient ear
to help gtnvin.New York City Oct. 5-10. APOPKA-Miss Marie Womble I Thas
you. :
He is commander of the local proTMing n nnrh
II > Science
: has
: : now made it possible
and Conrad : more aaiet, clearer, fall .
Thompson New tone*
Or-
: Dial Am Vets, member of the ExchangeClub '
4161 I The U.S. cotton belt is the larg- leans are guests of Miss Womble's I' ; ')j; : ; I for the deafened to.hear faint. i strain, free hearing sorffectire
d : Ask for Want-Ads est single cotton-growing area in parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wom- I 'J.{r. ,: [ and Executives Club, directorof sounds. It Is a hearing device so'' yo can eves hearwhispers
< the Orange County Sportsman'sI I' Another thing: 111'Bdtoae'
i. the world. small that It fits in the hand and I
ble.Mr. sf member of the Junior successful. appaeaiciao (
M and Mrs. Wilson Hamrick enables thousands to enjoy serI I' of ". .ak Clipper yen
Chamber of Commerce and the "
I mons. music and don need n "noiie
have friendly companionship snpprevtor"
returned from ]
t Maxwell a \acation I

Spicker Jr. has returned Declaring he favored h city administration lone hearing is comfortable
i to Louisville, Ky., after a based sound busi- I Medical Association's Council on hearing at all Units last
ii : visit here at the Mallory Welch on I Physical Therapy. This device does j pUtes. Be sort with Bcltou.TMr .

i I IT'S SO EASY TO Blf & home. no ness particular principles platform Banks said except"I have that !i not require: separate battery pack enr.P..'IT xt. /*i., ". .
battery wire, case or garment to''1 ;.:
Miss Lynwood
4 4t Starbird will of a conservative and economic bulge or weigh down. The CHOtiH AiOVg All, TMtU -
you tone
PIANO AT leave Wednesday to
ASSOCIATED resume studies to 1
program and to try to bring
is clear and i .
powerful. So
made I ,
in TallahasseeMrs r Cent: to t r rid
ntrt ht
M r
yt {reality the much needed swimming I!1 that,you 'can adjust it yourself !i w.. fir tree esMTtftits ....... .<. i'
Vernon
Holloway has
accepted pool which has been kicking: i|suit your hearing as .b1le.tiq, I.ttwIM. .....,... Y ,
your hearing 1 1i
a position in the State I around in the form of an idea" cwt eft ..1 N ...... .tk..
:. Bank of Apopka. )changes. The makers of Bettone.H
PAY AS I Walden, 60, former practicing :'Dept. 22. 1450 West 19th St., Chi i
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tobey have born E. C. BLEAU t
returned from I attorney: in Kissimmee. was I I cago 8, HI, are so proud of their
a northern vacation 1
LITTLE' AS 'ysq,, a In Kyles ford. Tenn. He came to achievement I
trip and that they lathysend .
I were accompanied home law Beltona
Orlando 1942 and opened booklet Hearing ,
by Mr. Tobey's mother. Mrs. Della free descriptive ands I
I offices. He resides at_ 21_ v. Eola I explain how Service
M. Tobey. you may get a fun I
:Mrs. Mattie 1a. .D i demonstration of this remarkable Room10 and 1J: Pbeo.I-RSt ::
Campbell has returned a : for fair and honest .
am
"I government
: I
\ from Bainbridge, Ga.. by 'T I and city administration'hearing" device in your own home ,_W Church St.. Orlando Tla.S .
where she was called by the deathof :without risking a penny. Write
I Ii. Walden said. -"I believe in our Beltone today. j'
her
brother.
and will do everythingin j
growing city
= Mrs. George Anderson will leave I to continue its reputatlon -
i. t my power
i II ir
Monday to visit
friends in '
Sturgis 3 as the City Beautiful of
MONTHLY.
:' t L 11 (I Miclu and elsewhere. ;1 Florida.'I am Indebted to no one I WHAT IS
Miss
: Famous names M Mary Land and Miss Jane but in the
organization
or any I
Price of Zellwood have
i our stock include. entered event I am elected I will serve all
college in Tallahassee.
Miss Land's
ZL. LESTER JESSE to the best of my
; the people I
mother
motored
to Tallahasseewith
'
FRENCH. CABLE. them and made a brief stay. h ability.* I

SOHMER and! others. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Evans are ENCEL ?
watercress and
A Consumed raw
i 1gi entertaining the former's brother. of
strawberries are good sources
Robert E. Evans of Bartow Ga.

i. riOMDVS[ LARGEST RADIO AND APPIUNCE STORES, Barney from Watters injuries is steadily he received improving .fi ascorbic the diet.acid Another, important rich vitaminto source MODULE sr

w Is the edible hip of the wild rose.
recently when he was. crushed by
"f
b his truck. .'..<,"' ... x

..... WIJiU o.t.lco steers Mrs. from Minnie a western Stewart trip.has returned L: .... T !,.lt JNr a f.C t.

.. I
rr Collector Gives 'Tax EX-MARINE WILLIAM LUTZ [above], seated; on an ottoman

in his apartment at Oakland, Cal., who turned Moslem after'

Payment ReminderSpecial acquiring the faith in the Middle East, has, become, he says, 1 1e I

.. [ to The Sunday SenttneLStar] "Grand Mufti of the Western United States. Sheik Lutz
TAVARES-Mrs. Pearl L. Cul- said he became Interested in the faith
when "I 1
saw the
len.. county tax collector. advised .
merchants of Lake County yester- charity of the true Moslem." r t-

.. day that new State laws relatingto ..
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of State and .
payment
County e.
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Introductory occupational licenses provide Windermere Male Fashion 'I'. '
Special pen- Show ,,:: .
alties for failure to pay such i :\

licenses within 90 days after they Nets $75 for ClubSpecial .: J ,.r. .. r,. ., .
are due. Licenses are due Oqt.; 1, Plans -
i. Special
CUSTOM MADEFRAMED she said. [ to The Sunday Sentinel-StorJ) :<-: The ABCs of Life ?P '> .'."
T A ir A R f S Kiwanis Club
Church .
ServiceSpecial cleared approximately $75 from its ': ,. : :(7. :. ..
Ii Fashions For Fall all-male showat .-. .
.-
[
I to The',Sunday Sentinel-Star]
the high school auditorium FrI-

;' MIRRORS w WINDERMERE will be held at special Windermere service day night. '. spell safety and security. Always be careful no matter what you do, :-

The show was written and directed ,
Union .
ij i tif the' Rev Church, Howard today Odum at of 11 Geor-a.m., by Mrs. Frances Lovell. especially when buying or building a home. .
County .
Agent R. E. Norris
I s,. gia occupying: the pulpit.The as Miss
Guided
Ir Missile won first place. ,
if r 1 Any size to order immediate regular preaching services Other participants were Don I
t of the church begin in mid- Kemp. Lap e Blanton. Glenn Consult.with First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Orjendo for
; dt October but the special service to- Brown F. L. McCollum R. G.Cassady. -

delivery beautiful mouldings.Installations day 'was arranged so the congrega-- Ralph Adams W. H. Ed- an unbiased'analysis of.your proposed investment. ; ,
.
munds; Ed Poulin. Paul Reed,Don .
1
I ;: ,. t INNERSPRING ; Gardner. Jonathan Smith. Dexter .
I III I J. W. Hickman D.D.S.' Ward. Gil Sims. Leslie Hines C. i
without frames MATTRESSES J| R.:Yates Jess Hunter.A. S. Her-

i BOX SPRINGS i ii long Jr.. J. E. Bevis, Lincoln Rees. Own your'own home grow with Orlando.


i e HOLLYWOOD BEDS i ANNOUNCES Leaves on cut flower, steins .

The of an office for which are below the waterline -
MANUFACTURED: TO YOUR p opening make Ideal nesting places for ,
the -
desired INDIVIDUAL ORDER r general practice of bacteria. Strip them off before &" -. "

: AT FACTORY PRICES Dentistry placing the flowers in a vase. :;#
I II( Uattress BenoTftttnc A soeclaltr0 -

I Co. 0 Anrvber In Central Florida ; 116-L PARK AVE., S. tion might have-an opportunity of First Federal Savings & Loan Ass'nOf ;

"Can Us Today- hearing the Rev. Odum. who is a
i Bleep Better Tonight" : &a* WINTER PARK a candidate for the pastorate to succeeding .

Glass for Every Purpose ECHOLS % ** the Rev John W. achy Orlando' _
BEDDING CO. Phone W.P. 974 35 retiring because of ill health. _:.. ."" "

I 625 W. j >. Sanford h.wy just South atttte i I The service will be in charge of
Robinson Orlando Underpass I Office Hours 9-5 Daily) the Fellowship of Christian Comrades 50 East t Pine:at Court t. : Telephone! 4191 I
Phone Winter Park Tit e ..' ExceptSat'rday. and the public is invited to J ,2 ', .
-. ... P. O. Box tat. Orlando FU. i attend. TheSunday school will ::::
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f. 'SCHOOL BUS CHILDREN MUST BE PROTECTED'

MONDAY ONLY !
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] State Patrol Plans Crackdown .

,
A crackdown: on "careless drivers nounced yesterday by Lt. J. G. I time you come upon a school bus I :
Q who persist in passing a school Gallop of the Florida Highway loading or unloading." I
11I bus while the bus is loading or : Patrol ; Lt. Gallop pointed out that BEST SELLERS FROM

-Iq:!, unloading children" was an- "Despite constant education any non-resident works in
experience indicates that somepeople Florida or has children in schoolin I
cannot or will not observethe the State must have a Florida :
i OVERNIGHT AND common rules of safe driving
.i ," he said. "Therefore, to timer's license. I
,'- DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen insure protection for our schoolchildren He also warned persons holding :
the Patrol is adopting restricted licenses to obey their I SEARS 61st ANNIVERSARYEVERY
you order mer- vigorous action through a strict conditions. A driver's license is I
chandise from Orlando and unrelenting program of law required to operate a motor bike
stores specify quick safe enforcement against these driv i or scooter.
delivery by Sentinel-Star ers. !
Express, the Jack Rabbit! "It must be recognized that the Lakeside Is Scene "
c
Line that leaves
daily on
: attitude of adults toward safety
schedule for 41 Central is one of the major factors in influencing -
Of Grotto FeteThe
ITEM
Florida towns. Mer- children. Whatever an
chants telpphon 6291 for I adult does usually seems right to Ormazd Grotto will have a ,
Agent to call for merchandise -
a child. picnic at Lakeside Park Lake Conway I
.
"For this reason the general from 1 to 6'30: p.m. today !
!motoring public should take an for all members of the Grotto and ,
i active interest in school safety their families and visiting mem- A FEATURE ITEM !
I I I programs. You can set better examples bers, it was announced yesterday. I
ntind: tar ) for youngsters and aid in Women attending have been reQuested -
reducing accidents by driving to bring covered dishes.A .
:E-.x P-B EBB i more carefully on the highways lifeguard and boats will be pro-
',., laCa f.//tr u."" by slowing down through marked vided for an afternoon of swim- _
OIl' __t -.", school zones and by stopping every ming and boating.
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tion Wall St. is all set to run the world." THE PUBLIC THOUGHT; i
E11c Sunday rnUnrl- tnr |
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_ORLANDO. FLORIDA I part Most of our present policy.business'men and C Dry Ice Method Against Storm

Published weekly. New Year's Day. FourQi of July. Labot i iOa7. prosperous our.
ThnkU1vutg Day and Chratmai by Senttoel-SUr Co.Newspapers. "military-trained" Secretary of S tat e j ;'
Daj Iae.1 at 238 Sooth Oranc Aft :- Bv. JOHN BRANSCOMBGetting Seen Laughable to ReaderEditor.
i would be driven out of public service. i as
rtr.d .s *eoDd- UM matter at. the Post Office at Mr. Wallace to Secretaries something for nothing the basic phi for several years he had been withholding company
objects
::s"kido Dcnda. under tbe Act of March 3d. It7>._ losophy of gambling. An examination of our universe funds a bit at the time with which to gamble. And The Sunday SentinelStWThere
Forrestal Snyder and Harriman and Mr.McCloy .
TTLEPHOSE Departments 41fl .. vSteascription : will reveal, even to the most casual observer, of all things the form of gambling in which he is no- use kidding ourselves -
Pnc Sunday Oatr HP f Yr. jl head of the World Bank. He objects that such a philosophy is contradictory to the indulged was "the numbers racket," about the lowest about hurricanes; man and

Mrrm AMMIUH. EMTO ... PMUSHI not on their records as public servants fundamental laws of life. God is not fortuitous and most stupid fashion in "A.hich'men and his gadgets are no match for the

C. *.. LIMIT?, (is. M... HIM YJUCII.E
Em HO IA*, MA........ E*. Marrow J. AMTW.. lop. M... !, with big banks or Wall St. i{I' absolute laws and principles. few months ago there was a strong movement For us to think we could disinte-

Hei "-TOOl. C.. M6a. Noont COMSOMM. S c. Tat**. It seems as though Mr. Wallace objects Violation of thesse principles does not revoke or to legalize slot machines -the one-arm grate these storms via the dry ice
J. W. LIGu. CITY G*. M6a. t. T. MILLS Tr,a. Surr. to almost an.one"ho has made a break them. It proves them, for invariably and bandits." in the State of Florida.

burr f. W-U.TW. Cum M4 QUJUJS MIMJM. Nm Surr.Mrafcrr I success of making a living. inevitably the violators are broken by the principles A vigorous protest went up to the Legislature method is as laughable as tryingto
catch a bird by putting salt onit's
.f Tb. A**.cUl** PrHae How would you like life in these United i they disregard. Men are punished, not so from all over the State. Experience had taught
'nIe Associated Press is exclusively eneued States under a Wallace regime which put. much because of their sins but by their sins. decent people and some of the rest of us too. that : tail.. Truee have come a .
t* tie use for re-pcbbcaaoo of aD : Gambling is a sin. Its parasitical, trying to get that kind of practice is as much of an outlaw as'' long ay ein the tields of science;]
__ duttttcbcs: accredited to tt or not into effect what he has publicly stated are
.ar's. aC'tted1t to thU! J&per aDd something without contributing a corresponding highway robbery.It but there are still many locks for tion. Will growers hold their fruit
aiso the local news pcbUshedrKbts =: his views? value in service and material. For that reason "the will be a great day for our commonwealth'when which we nave found no keys. until after the Christmas holidays

dsa1e : for hereto re-pubhcatjoo are aao reserved.c* And what Mr. Wallace leaves unex-: dice of the miii erse" are loaded against the gambler. all forms of gambling fall under the con- Man is still in his swaddlingclothes I ? Remember we have a

plained worries us most. He has.never told demnation of our Government and the people who. I'i mentally. shipping holiday after Dec. 20.

PAGE SEPTEMBER 21. 1947 us how we could avoid becoming a satellite I I He may win temporarily, but the universe in reality, are the backbone: of the Government.'!t F. S. C. CHAS. A .GARRETT.

of Russia under his "get soft with the I breaks him in the end because his life is operating and all of us rise up in spiritual might to cast out ; j Kissimmee.

Soviet" plan. I J i I against fundamental law and principle.Mm don't the corrupting influence of this vicious thief. Figures on Color Added fruit,

r Our The answer is obvious. We couldn't. get something for nothing. Newspaper headlines recently have been warning Shipments Traced by Reader Cooper Would Have America

Program I j There is the fallacious argument that men have us that the Winter trek of thugs, gamblers. Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Quit Dodging Vital Issues
:
(....... .. .l PeTitical Job Dup&catto j always gambled, still gamble and always will crooks big-time racketeers, hoodlums and .
THE MERRY-GO-ROUND petty a I read with interest the letters Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
-0 .Layer Tame Efficiency II Go, meat.TODAY'S j Therefore since it cannot be prohibited, let's exploit -
lot of other undesirables has begun. We know they to the editors, particularly those i I want to thank you for the
I it and use the benefits of it to support our are not coming to Florida for their health. that appear in The Orlando |
Government, build our roads, provide for old Morning Sentinel about color-I generous sentiments of your editorial
our I
Red Satellite Brawl Nor are they turning this way to help the Sun- *
THOUGHT added fruit. Florida did not o Aug. 25 following
people, and care for our orphans. Some folk even shine State to initiate great reforms and lay orIginate my

By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches. : B* DREW PEARSON approach religion from the standpoint of chance foundations on. which we can build a mighty area the artificial coloring of Clermont talk on water control

&nd honour. and life.-Proverbs 22:4. I WASHINGTON-Russia and her satellites are thinking that the benedictions of God operate in that will be conducive to good education fine hospitals fruit. The Chinese years ago. You are correct when yoU say
softened and ripened hard
to be great big happy family. However such a haphazard fashion.A pears' of
supposed one and strong business houses. They are comIng by placing the fruit in rooms It is full political dynamiteand
Humility is the solid foundation of all the virtues. I a hot backstage battle has broken out among surgeon who sometimes frequents the Amen for one reason, the pickings are easy. :: where incense was burned. I. the lawmakers have dodgedthe

.-Confucius.________________ several satellites over which of them shall succeed Corner told me just before the service started that We have a haven for gamblers and all that go came to Florida before there was : issue." And you probably are
I Poland on the powerful Security Council. he had a patient who was to undergo a serious with the gambling racket. To clean out that gang,t a coloring room in the State. The j ji just as correct when you add

The U.S. Under a Wallace Regime | Poland. Brazil and Australia elected members operation. He sort of worshipped the Bible as a "A-e must stop baiting them and cease allowing the!i practice of subjecting fruit tothe That Cooper has taken up the

that several I of the council for only two-year terms must be fetish thinking that there was magic in touching it. kind of atmosphere that enables flies fleas, roaches,I i i fumes of ethyl gas to bring out cudgels for it is sure indication:
found
RECENT POLL 1 the latent color was used in California that he's no politician
replaced at this session of the Before going to the operating table he insisted
skunks and their kin to breed and
A million Americans would vote for develop. before it was used in Flor- But it is my belief that our democracy .
that the bring him Bible. Receiving it he
General Assembly. Canada will nurse a Come on! Somebody Amen. Say it loud. .
--- say Ida. can survive today onlyif
Henry Wallace if given the chance.A get Australia's spot. Mexico will told her that the Bible had never failed him. When Say Amen and Amen! When I came to the State. deal- we are courageous enough to

third party is shaping up and Mr. be the leading candidate for ever he opened it and with eyes closed, laid his Our America has a reputation for being a i ers in the North were bleaching quit dodging the ISSUes. quit leaving -

Wallace is the third party's white-haired I j I Brazil's vacancy. But Poland's "gambling nation." A returned missionary shared I !1 Florida oranges in their banana them up to others. and carry

boy. successor is a big question mark. this story with the Amen Corner front-seaters re- rooms. Later. the color-added through the fight ourselves, both
.. And here the inside story begins.Russia's process was introduced in 1934. I as voters and candidates.
ofthe Wal-
Of could laugh cently. An American tourist was lost in the African
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course you 1 have in my file copies of 14 affidavits Abraham Lincoln said it so nIl
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words of !- p 42 Gromyko and Poland'sAmb. jungles and moved with great trepidation lest he be!
lace enthusiasm with the a political addressed to Sec. Wal- for me: "I am not bound to win
boss in the play State of the Union. _c_ Lange both suggested thatCzechoslo'alda destroyed by wild beasts or captured by hostile lace in 1933 endorsing the use of but I am bound to live by the
4 .4
( C succeed Poland on natives. As night came on his fears were accentuated color-added from operators in light I have."

The vote-controller in the play said .. the Security Council-a vacancy and at last he saw a fire and drawing nigh California both exchange and in- It is not important whether cr

"if applause wins elections, William f which by informal agreement goes he listened to the voices through the brush. He dependents. Also the names and not I am elected Governor. It is

: Jennings Bryan would have had three to a pro-Soviet nation. The couldn't see them but he overheard some words. "1 addresses of 72 other California important that all honest sincere,
I shrewd Czechs. however politely managers favoring the use. ordinary Floridians take an active
terms. I have a royal flush. and with a sigh of relief the
declined. American-reared Foreign The use of a color dye on part in their government and pub-
Henry Wallace wins plenty of applause' Johnson Minister Masaryk. who knows man said, "Thank" goodness, I am among good, re- oranges is not confined to early 1 lic service and both decide and

and he probably won't get even one term. ligious people. 'i fruit but is used on late fruit also. much better than he does Moscow, didn'twant
Pittsburgh Let those who insist that the gambling instinct .
During the past six seasons. 1940- I can be a fuU-time candidate
But it's dangerous to ignore-his potentialities. to be a stooge for Gromyko. Under free balloting is inherently a part of people turn their 41 through 1946 a total of 157.-
he knew, the Czechs would vote with the minds to the idea at least of gambling for real 741.395 boxes of oranges were cer- 'town to town" in the campaign

This newspaper prides itself on its Western powers.. but such a vote would mean hot fmger on some verse, he always, received the right stakes. Taking a chance with betting!! horse racing tified by the Citrus Inspection Although I have no money. ex-

liberal outlook on public officials and pub- I cables from Moscow demandIng his removal guidance, strength and aid. He opened the book card playing, number buying, crap shooting, Bureau and 83.634.651 boxes were (cepting $26.25 in contributions

lic affairs. However we cannot go along I So instead of Czechoslovakia. Gromyko informally -. stuck his finger on a verse, opened his eyes and lottery and all the rest is foolish, silly asinine color-added. Because of the multiplicity .. from other little mind folks.and I do heart.have
of bloom. the season of- :my voice my my
with the crackpot sort of Wallace leftwing ,I proposed Yugoslavia to l.. S. deputy read "And so it came to pass that the beggar and craiy.Somebody. 1945-46 there were 21,215.630 i ,' Having been a newspaperman

liberalism. We do not believe the Wallace I I delegate Herschel Johnson. Rotund and ordinarily' died." spoke of a man who had horse sense boxes of color-added fruit out ofa for 12 years with three and one-

chameleon-like philosophy deserves the amiable, Johnson hit the ceiling. The State Department Therein is the lesson. A study of God's word and when asked what kind of sense that was. he total of 27.983,457 boxes of interstate half years in the Army and six

of despises Tito and Johnson made no isn't a matter of taking a chance, cutting the replied. "It's the kind of sense that a horse has oranges certified by the years of married life I should

label. liberalism... .. .. i nerd of the fact that the USA would never consent book to see what God will speak ta us. which keeps it from betting on the 'human race.: bureau. We had complaints of r like toT correct the error made in

to Yugoslavia's sitting on the Council. A lot of people are in favor of a national lottery Well Amen. If men must take a chance let!! them green. sour oranges 34 years ago age. Instead of 23, I am 27 _'
THE MILLIONS of Wallace reported all this back to Moscow before we gassed or coloraddedfruit. I years old.
Gromyko
EVIDENTLY I but living in a sane, law-abiding universe we take the kind of chance Columbus took. If men DICK
COOPER
an idea-even if it's a vague asking for suggestions. Molotov replied that the must realize that a nation cannot gamble itself into must gamble their lives away, let them do so for r Then. we have suggestions of ft i t ._

idea-of what sort of a President he would Ukrainian Russian republic be appointed to thePolish prosperity for economic prosperity can never be high stakes like unto Dr. Walter Reed who sub- changes in the maturity laws that t Hillsborovgh Consolidation

make. f vacancy. This brought beads of perspirationto based on chance. The economic laws are as predictable jected himself to a burning fever to prove that it would retard the volume 'of

The idea must be vague for Mr. Wallacehis ;iI Gromyko's stolid brow. For there is no man who and inexorable as the physical and spiritual was contracted by insects and thus saved the lives oranges shipped interstate earlyin \ WIth Despite, Opposition

feminine sort of of jeopardizes his diplomatic position more than laws. It is impossible for a nation to succesSfullyprovide of millions. the season. Others have advocated Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
I a way changing j charming popular Foreign Minister Manuilsky of passing law prohibiting j''I I note from AP item that the
I for its dependents and support its legiti- There is One who flies the flag that bears the a i
issues be-
opinions of what he thinks about !i is all that Gromyko oughtto from the State of Orange County turned
I the Ukraine. Manuilsky mate institutions with funds that have been derived words "He that would save his life must lose it." oranges leaving voters i
tMjreen speeches. be. but isn't. And if he tits on the council.' prior to the second week in No- thumbs down on the consolidation :
from practices that corrupt millions of people. I invite to join the organization of the "Win-
j It must be hard to follow him closely I Gromyko's wings are sure to be dipped. Manuilsky Florida you" .ve ber. Assuming we had such i': of city and county govern- ;.
i seemingly may prosper on such a basis ning Losers. for those who give themselves away ,
let examine the
regulation
us records ments. I wish to congratulate
know when cheer and been Stalin'sclose
to is of the original Bolsheviks has
i
fqr you'd never one because God doesn't pay off every Saturday night. for the benefit of others discover that there is no of shipments prior to that t them using such good sense.
clan and when hiss and boo. i personal friend for more than 30 years, ranks upon
to
I but our generation will see. as have all generations such thing as brine your life. date for the past 10 years. The This matter came up here and '
I It must be annoying for Wallace fans I i I I second only to Litvinov as an advocate of Russian since the dawn of history, that though the mills The process is like dUging a hole; the more yearly average shipment through I. Plant City proper voted against

WTIO also respect facts and the obvious. Mr. ::I friendship with the Western powers. of God grind slowly they grind exceedingly small you take from the hole the bigger it becomes.So the second week An November and I the consolidation, but t balance -

Wallace ignores both facts and the obvious I j, There the matter now stands. leariD&Ir.:: Gambling is a corrupting influence. Some days it is with the life that gives itself away, the through the third week in December ', of the State thrust dow
Gromyko most unhappy. He doesn't dare oppose is 9.757 A total of'1
wfcen they interfere with his political train I ago I read the account in a Florida newspaper of a more you give of yourself the greater that self-becomes cars ou throats. You people were lortunate -
Moscow the last thing he wants is Manuilsky. 14.409 cars to be moved before the
yet
of thought of the moment. I f The will not be setUed until man who was apprehendea in a shortage of his the more you lose yourself for others the Christmas holidays. 412 cars of1 in having t chance t
probably
problem accounts to the extent of many thousands of dol greater self you find. AU of you that will join that perday including Sun- shape your own politc
There oranges
are, however some constant ele- .
: .> Molotov arrives in New York. j I ALVIN H.
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organization raise your hands and say days. Would the market
rrtents in the Wallace philosophy. i lars.When lHillsborough County
I'I
1 the truth came out it was revealed that AMEN I i that amount of fruit? Let's rr
j, Let's take them and see how our Gov- r Quiet, conscientious Rep. Cole Republican of : what happened last year. consolidation is working

ernment would operate-God forbid-under Bath N. Y.. was discussing his forthcoming' trip i Cars I I 1 I ing taxpayers money despite Plant

Wallace I regime. 'to the Philippines with Capt. Cic Harding. secretary WASHINGTON TREADMILL 'Shipments last week Oct., City opption.EJFree

i 1946 ._ 2.043
Committee."Are
:{ of the Democratic Congressional '
going to see to it that Gen. Mac- Ten-year average prior Oct.. Kittens Offered Anyone
THIRST. OUR FOREIGN policy would be you 1946 .. 841
BlockBy nm. Them Good Home
I? Arthur gets back here in time for a heroic 100 Rep. Peterson Pulls Neat Who'll Gin
: drastically altered. Auction price last week. Oct. _
We days before the convention? Harding joshed his i 1946 __ mn __ __ $ 5.19 : Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star
> would cease to resist Russia. Wewpuld ..
Republican friend. Auction price 10-year aver- i Some very kind-hearted person
embrace Stalin and his gang tenderlyand "You've got in figured right. Cap." the New FRANK KENNEDY .l tell them "go ahead with your machinations York Congressman replied "and when we bring !Our V\c=> ng* i Correspondent] I I l tion. Later. the need for hospitalbed Sen. Pepper spoke out Shipments first week Nov., ;. ktt here about two

t boys. Go ahead and take over Eu- him back here. you come and see me. Maybe 111 The last word assuredly has not I space lorced the evacuationto against further curtailment of ,,1946 __ h 1.748 i J months ao. neighbor and I
been uttered In the proposition to i nearby Pass-a-Ortlle. If overall naval operations in Florida par- *Shipments 10-year average: have fed them now they are
rope-then the world. We won't try to stop have Jobs fpr you and some of your Democratic transfer the VA regional offices atPassaGrille i administrative purposes best will ticularly at Jacksonville. Parenthetically '' Nov. . 1,1011Auction lovely fat, c. Sunnyis
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you because we love everybody, even those I friends on my farm. With MacArthur back. you to Orlando or to any 1 be served along these lines. Rep. it developed that the i price first week I Ii a lovely orange :
"
t, who would destroy us and our way of life." won't have much to do in Washington. other site so remote from the big :Peterson surely will build up a Pensacola station is sitting pretty i I Nov.. 1946 __u_ .-- --. m._ $ 3.36 !i and Me are pretty gray tabbies.
"I'm not worried about that. Sterling." shot Bay Pines Hospital near St. good case. It is one of his political and will not figure in the survey Auction price, 10-year averI i j; Spot pretty but a good ratter.

i Of course this line of thinking ignoresMr. j back Harding. "Well Just bring Gen. WainwrightIn. Petersburg.VA axioms that "you can hold what promised by Sullivan and Brown I age price _-._m 83.101I I would like to find a good home

1 Stalin's statement to his people that fight the battle of the Philippines all over officials in Washington were :you've got a lot easier than grab- detailing the 1947-48 operatinglevel I Shipments third week Nov., II I Ij for them where they will be fed

"war is inevitable with the forces of again and find out who left the Philippines first surprised at the bing something new." to be maintained at Jack-j I'i 1946 -. -- ---:- -- 1.0141 j I and tat kindly. Sunny and
world capitalism." I I I and why." strong recomxnendatlons \I sonville. 'shipments' 10-year average the most affectionate
from +. Florida's naval stores industry. The purported White House directive j j 2nd week Nov. _. _. 1,313 I I to each other that I have ever
And under the present condition of our Pass a Grille which ranks second only to Geor should bear some further i! Auction price 10-year average I seen in any animaL I hope some-

military forces we probably wouldn't be t table I Caste-conscious enlisted men may achieve after and Atlanta field gia's may achieve further recognition scrutiny. According to reports i ,j' price 1945. $ 3.03'Note I i one might want both of them s
to resist anyway. While Russia has i I death what they could never get in life-equal offices that the in governmental quarters if several weeks ago. Pres. Truman L i' the reduced shipments thei [' they can stay together.

millions under and thousands privileges with officers. Once they are six feet transfer should a move now well afoot is pressedto promised Sen. Connally of Texas i i second week in Nor, 1946. 300 cars! Anyone wanting these kittens
of
arms first I I under. according to a post-war Army i-uling. discrimination be made. Their a successful conclusion. that personnel and operational reductions ; below the 10-year average with a 1 may have them by coming to 1903
line planes, our forces have dwindled i t f officially ends. The new War Depart- surprise perhaps _____________I I I The Dept. of Agriculture is would be made horizontally 21-cent'per-box lower auction. Wewill I G \. -

and Mr. Wallace is against universal military ment regulations call for identical graves regard- accounted for making ready to appoint a Forestry thus saving the big Corpus E have an increase In produc- MRS. E. P. W. _
their first out- Products Christi base from imminent deac- --
training and Advisory Committee '
"heavy munitions pro- less of rank or race. except In old cemeteries where
right denials tivation. The reports lack only
authorized under the Agricultural
I I
grams. the pattern would be Interrupted.Yet that a transfer Research Act of 1946. It will be public confirmation; the best : THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

The Communist cleanup would end. in spite of this bold break with brass- was contem- Peterson one of 20-odd such groups which sources on Capitol Hill and within

Wallace already has declared war on Red bound tradition. old practices still prevail up to plated. These reluctant officials will report periodically to a Na- : the Navy Dept. confirm them '
baiters and Russia haters. the grave's edge. Rank still determines whetherthe still are cagey. They point out tional Advisory Committee. Naval flatly, but privately. Guidance From Great Proverbs

The Marshall plan would be body may be mounted on a caisson drawn by that a half dozen VA sections and stores spokesmen confidently expect They are beginning to corral
scraped as six white horses and convoyed by an infantry regiment divisions must be consulted before to obtain a post on the committee Congressional support for the idea
1 such. Wallace charges that big financial field-artfflery battalion and cavalry squad the field recommendations can be but they want more thana -not a difficult tasK among the : Comes From Study of Holy Bible
interests are shaping our foreign policy. approved. It looks complicated one-member representation. Southerners.It .
He says under the present Administra- or modestly. borne to the plot by a detail of eight but here it is: I II 'I has occurred to the Florida Scripture Proverbs 4:23; 6:16-19; 9:10;;1:3-; 15:1; 1:1;
men.I Judge J. Langdale of Valdosta
The Real Estate Division of i group that a horizontal cut if i 21:3; 22:1; 27:1; 29:18; :
I course, must prepare a report.The I I long has been touted for mem measured by the proper yard-
I Great proverbs are the crystallization of experience.
CRACKER POLITICS I Division of Planning and Coordination bership. stick, would not hurt at all.Let's
I then will take over the I I _The naval stores people have look at the record: I Sometimes. they are reflections upon life and conduct;

I I Pass-a-Grtlle file, after which the seized upon a precedent created At the peak: of naval air train- terse concentrated bits of wisdpnv o philosophy; homely

Loan Division the Administrative when the Cotton Advisory Committee ing activities Texas held only or picturesque expressions of truth, that are to character
English Feelina Political! Pulse? Section and perhaps the Board of was named some months three major bases Corpus Christ. and the good life as the acorn is to the
.. I Hospitalization will be called to ago.:: An important segment of Grand Prairie and Mount Eagle I oak
.I.too. 1 j ji I the cotton industry the processors Late a.Marine training schooL At sometimes they are me ooser-''

If ALIEN MOUIS I, It's been said he would be risk-j I::that appeals to the person who i j The resourcefulness of Rep. Peterson of 'cotton seed demanded the same time, besides a score or nU. of discerning critics, who heart 'of man to mn"A
Oi* Toflohossee Correspondent tog $10,500 a year to get 12000. j I I wants security above nearly all 'I of Lakeland cannot be discounted I 1 I more than a one-member set-up. more of subsidiary bases (unmatched the wisdom of the good example the lm
TALLAHASSEE-This may be'I' Actually, English draws the same I either. Among such a : They were granted a special cot- in Texas at all Florida ; wise, and the folly of the foolish sort, -outside the Book .f FW-
four years ago all over again but $9.000 as the other Cabinet off else.Colin maze of bureaucratic bypaths it ton seed sub-committee reportingto contained six major naval training and have set down human values a prowl none the
State School Supt. Colin Englishis cers. It's true he once was paid English now is 52. People would notbe too astonishing if the full croup. Naval stores stations-in the order of rank:, and the best way of a tint TerN. in' Ecclesiastes 1: -A
because he
forget that looks five '
1 :Mr. Pete succeeded in throwing up spokesmen now are pointing out Pensacola. Jacksonville. Miami's them in rules of
talking [
more like a candidatefor $1.500 more as director of Federal Should he become the crackling .f thorns 1d
years younger. 1 road block. Opa Locka Banana the form of popular, memorable
Governor now. vocational education than a that the industry's problems are River. Fort pot the laughter .f the
his colleagues but no longer. Governor. he would be 58 when The controlling factor which peculiar to itself and are relatively Lauderdale and Key West. m.Sometme 5 I
Revelation In this column some he left the office. Most men are first dictated the location of the great within the forest products foL-
A Cabinet officer as they seem to have the thirsty
even as
pays
weeks imagine
ago that English was fingering inclined to feel by that time th We can
and y regional offices near St. Petersburg industry as were cotton seed It can't be said that the hat of
the of
the State's political pulse you I. expense daily have made their contribution to spntaneu thouht traveler stooping down toto d
of still is a strong one. but per- problems within the cotton Industry Bob Dill of Jacksonville formerly
living out his 9.000 salary. some before
followed by his Jacksonville state- With his $12,000 however a life and are entitled to coast : haps not so vital as before. WPA director for Florida, is in the experience, in much the some limpid pool and ne
ment that he might be a along. sm rots were a .
runner. gubernatorial con
ring, but it's
has Governor gets a finely furnished Florida VA offices first were I equally j way a an artist catches and feature given back from "
produced reaction But what would he live ? I each
on Eng
encourag The showdown conference between true that some of his Washington I
-
ing to the school chief.Dont residence. Including utilities fuel lish has spent almost all of his! located at'Jacksonville and were the two Navy assistant friends are nudging Florida records some p& scene or I pool having flash into h mind
servants and their upkeep; auto- not removed to St. Petersburguntil sec reporters impression.All the
to
expect any hasty decision working life in public service. Evenif retaries Sullivan and Brown and to watch for the toss. that vivid metaphor .be
from English, however. Re tenses mobiles and chauffeur, and extras. time had sapped the tireless vitality the big Bay Pines Institution I the Florida group headed by Sen. Dill was one of a long series of three forms of proverbs areillustrated : great Sir Francis dt
growing dissatisfaction with Those are his legal perquisites. he if he was opened In the early the passages cited in I an of IntespretaU '
the now possesses: Pepper, can be nothing of the sort WPA chiefs who performed a i e
I b&I
4 present field of Gubernatorial aspirants Past Governors also have received wished only to sit in the sun. 30s. 1 if the Navy people are bowing to thankless job with some degree of the lesson. A few very striking tot' the eracklN-
$ and he wants to see if lavish gifts automobiles. silver English could retire at 60 on a Simplified administrative work: i White House orders. efficiency bat who left the post ones are elsewhere in the Book I'I camped and cooked In a POt over
this jells to the shape of plate. foodstuffs.: substantial achieved t A deep philosophy of life is 4 23. outdoor fire often rnh t
sufficient State pension andmanage was by locating the VA With Rep Price and Hal Phillips. with a reputation dimmed by political I i 1 an
pledges of support for him. Further. a Governor usually the farm here which has sniping. None of them can "Keep thy heart with all denc nave recalled the proverb.
English in is the fortunate position does not respond so liberally toU'.e been a paying hobby of the State be described as gaining any politi- for out of it are the Every people and '.untry .
1 of not having to declare his political demandsdonationsfor Superintendent. lando.intendent the Orange Howard County W. super-of I I as well as in Tampa. Dr. Wilson's cal stature by running the WP Ain Sir reflection is in the list of had its pnrb and aim-I
: Bishop candidacy would
this cause and that-upon an afford Dade the had .m
Lord
"Intrntiona. publicly or privately. + + Florida or anywhere else. They hates-the every ( Un
as early as others. office holder's purse. since reelecj I j I Prospect of English quittingthe Gainesville, brother-to-law of Supreme County its golden opportunity to were lucky to avoid figuring in six things listed in 6:16-19; and In or Its own. -rbet of .U "
tion does not stare him in the face. Court Justice H. L. Tom lodge a man at the State Cabinet the well-known the
I .rrcause of his official position. State superintendency naturally Sebring and the Alachua County outright scandals so loosely wa.s. 14:34: Righteousness -, those thai "m fnB
I ', .s name constantly is before the So If English simply was seeking has started tongues wacrln& superintendent Mode L. Stone of table.Walker the organization set up and so exalteth a nation: but sin I ancient Hebrews.
; .bt1c.ay. The same orlan1I more money, a rather good about a successor. ; appeared four years ago 1 open to local avoritisms, collu- i( a reproach to any people" i No doubt they were cp
'
Tallahassee former director of instruction to be
--'Ion. Including campaign man- case could be made out for taking getting ready to run against sions and petty dealings.Dill's i Of the second sort, tr. prac-1 II from many and
These s
I names are being men- i* under English but now I.
a English but his tress-
chances din I.i
-er and county key men. which the gamble of running for tioned are { friends are talking persuasively -I tc obrtion 16:18.,i resent a great o
rrould Governor just now: wholesale grocer and James L. med now by the fact that Orange of important wisdom it Is
work for his re-election as backing for the ured n c-
gth bfore 0'
T. D. Bailey. who just has comei Graham of : destc
Tallahassee. English'sdirector
County will have C. 1
school superintendent could I I M. Gay seeking I Jason once his bandwagon starts and an t dence that from
serve A T
: hand-in-hand argument Is to Tallahassee I bore
i relations world
as public of school finance.
i to hold the State the
him ta a race for-Governor. embodied in the question: "Well director of the Florida Education Off-hand. Bailey and Dr. Wilson lership in the Comptrol-1-rolling. Too few of the best Florida fair and 28:1 -The flee and a time that laT t
same campaign. Ordinarily sources In town for when no man pursueth but saints
suppose Colin is elected Governor Assn. after now are a : the its greatest pu.
having been supervising seem the hottest prospects. a county can put across i righteous bold ultimately *
I Tbisisagoodunjetotake thorough-going check-up. Mostof are as a and that
tw. what happens to him after four principal of Tampa schools: Bailey has been situated strategically but one favorite son at a time and the leads Good 1n" Savior of wtSOSI
I up *f the already have dried examples of world the Mrn
argument being up -
? sponj
years They on to thatEnglish Dr. James T. ,
j go say Wilson of Miami. the from the
a political viewpoint. Walker's
advanced candidacy might weaken L and it seems doubtful at this writ- j I taneous, but express and
as & I no deeply wise parade*
0117 English I. t1
could hold his present I j i Dade County school superinten-; i| from having served school le "
I as man I Orange's claim for
should not I | recognition L I i whether the DiD "boom" Is litj j : "As to I tedom.o1-'the : H
I run for Governor. ( place as. long as he wishes. and I|I dent: Judson B. Walker of Or-t tin DeFuniak Springs and Ocala I through Gay's election. I ling more than a feeler. < proverb.a aweret t.face, 1 water-the knew-so-welLII





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i State Mack To Take


DAY.b.DY System I Part in First I II Stetson Sees Rodeo To Highlight Whitehair SetAsVFWSpeaker


Met Soprano Set To Give Recital at Southern Changes Eyed I II

ci to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Panel l.Hearing
LAKELAND-Eleanor steber Metropolitan opera soprano. internationally I ,. 2,200 Students Webster Festivities
acclaimed when she made her European debut this Summer TALLAHASSEE rAP A 16- [Specie! to Sunday Sentinel Star] :

will sing at Florida Southern College March 5 as musical highlight member committee of local school]I TALLAHASSEE Richard A. .
) The Sunday Sentinel.Stnrl BT AL CODY j f Special to The Sunday Ser*:net St : !f5C-al to
;Mack of Coral Gables first South (
of Founders' Week announced. I
Pres. Ludd M. Spivey officials was named yesterday by : ..
: [Special to The Sjndo. Sentinel Star] i
I DELAND-More than 2.200 students SANFORD-Francis P. White-
Dates for Founders' Week, simultaneously announced as' Florida man to sit on the Railroad i'
were State School Supt. Colin English I'I are expected here this weekas WEBSTER-Many .of the cattle showed for the past candidate
March 2-7. 1948 and cancellation of the Southern appearance oq, and Public Utilities Commission. hair, former gubernatorial
to draft recommendations for a I registration for Stetson Univer- two days in the second annual Sumter County Breeders
Ballet Theater to have been here Jan 29. revealed. I I I will get his baptism of fire in a for the largest enroll- will be principal speaker at
and sity opens
school
new public accounting Chmn. T. Noble
will until this afternoon
Miss SU-ber's recital here will be held in MayheM auditorium at reporting system. hearing on alleged shortcomingsof ment in the history of the school Chow remain here the dinner to be held by Post 3282.

8:30: p.m. Founders' Week Friday. It will be her only appearance on I The group will meet In Gaines- the Apopka telephone exchange. according to Acting Pres. H. C. Brown announced yesterday. Veterans of Foreign Wars. Monday

Florida this year Dr. Spivey said. .ville Oct. 16-18. The recom-I Mack was sworn in by Governor I,Garwood who Friday was appointed The busy day saw Judge B. L. Southwell of Tif ton, Ga., /night at the Mayfair Hotel at '1-=:30.
-'- ..A.. mendations will be submitted to Caldwell, first time in this Administration -I to direct the University affairs finish judging Hereford and Aber-<' He will be introduced by Sen.
x X i county superintendents and the' that the \ .::-. .":': M 'until a successor for former Pres. deen Angus group classes and 4-H I I Lloyd F. Boyle.
10,000 XRoyedJACKSONVILLE. Cadet Candidates Eyed i j State Board of Education for ap- Governor has W. S. Allen is chosen."I and FFA youngsters from two- |I I Post Comdr. r D. Scott will present

tAPl Approximately TALLAHASSEE tAP] Gov. ,proval taken such apart < think Stetson has a great score localities compete in junior : Market Sales the opening address and songs
10000 students Caldwell yesterday turned Mack was :': '.: : .. ahead" Dr. Garwood stat- judging contests. win be by Dick
faculty members and personnel over to State Adj. Gen. Mark Five county superintendents. I appointed by year" Other features yesterday included Aiken local radio
of the University of flor- W. Lance the job of selecting six principals and five county : Caldwell to fill ? ..'' ed. "We all deeply regret Dr. : a type demonstration by ; tenor, accompa-
with N
ida will have received chest two Florida National Guards- school bookkeepers are on the the seat left vacant ; '-I!: ..<:}: and Allen will no longer miss will his be leadership us %V. B. McSpadden of Knoxville Top $$62,740JACKSONVILLE nied by Roger
committee.
X-rays when the Florida State men to compete for appointments I on the greatly but we shall nevertheless Tenn., Southeastern representative Harris. Whitehair
Board of Health winds up its to the U. S. Military They are Supts. Lew Barstow of mission by keep Stetson going for- for the American Aberdeen will speak'on
X-ray survey there next week. Academy at West Point. Palatka, Fred Wild of Sebring, August ward." Angus Assn., and a short talk by API] Sales totaling 1 Three World

r Verman Kimbrough of Sarasota: Chm W.oomt, dormitories would Com. of Agriculture Nathan Mayoof I $62.740 were handled on Gover n m e n t rand .
1 George Marks of DeLand and Douglass. He announced Tallahassee. The show will three State operated livestock Station
Government Economic Role Up 673 Per Cent tomorrow afternoon and that
Wilbur C. open
John D. Milton of Marianna. end officially at noon today one markets during the week William WTRR will carry
I
JACKSONVILLE [API The roll of Government as an employerand Principals A. F. Swapp of Mel- acting the registration of all new students day behind schedule due to the L. Wilson director of State 'taar- _ the speech.
benefactor has increased 673 per cent in Florida since 1929. the' bourne. G. F. Wilson of Tampa.: of the commisMack I would begin Tuesday Thursday morning storm, but a rodeo performance I kets reported yesterday. -. The VFW has
of sion. said next major hearing will and continue through at 2:30 this afternoonwill '
Florida State Chamber of Commerce reported yesterday. C. I Hollmgsworth Clewiston. beginning : as its in
purpose
and seniors
nooAll Arcadia :Market: toppedthe
Juniors The
be in Tallahassee Oct. 7, when later attraction. -
Vernon Dozier of st. Petersburg provide. a
Last 23 cent [550.304,000] of the total income received holding this
year per students
some 60 bus companies of the I who are former Stetson group with a one-day auction .i-.
W. R. Thomas of Miami and W. Sun Lake Branch of Lutz won
by Floridians was derived from Governmental sources as will register Thursday afternoon.and total of $33,519. It handled meeting promo-
State will present their defenses both the best and of
I B. Treloar of Daytona Beach, and pair get
compared with 10.1 per cent in 1929," the Chamber said.'This I bookkeepers Annette Bradley of i to commission charges of failure I all other students on Friday sire group classes in angus division a total of 667 cattle and 107 tion of interestin

amount includes all wages and salaries paid in Florida by Quincy Ann Butler of Fort to keep schedules, failure to pro- and Saturday with Hunts Hara Ranch of hogs local. State
Federal. State and local governments! and all benefit and allotment i Lauderdale. Lacy Johnson of Orlando vide enough seating space lack of I Classes under a faculty augmented St. Augustine winning the best The Jay Market In extreme Whitehair and nationalltov-
will ernments, feeling
payments. Luella Bowman of West sanitary waiting room facilities by 21 new members. herd award.In northwest Florida. had a one-day ,that
29. good government is vital to
and also includedRecord and other deficiencies in travel start officially Monday Sept. the Hereford division Santa
Federal subsidies to farmers growers are 'I Palm Beach and Edward Massieof : freshmen will sales volume of $19644 handling the future of all veterans. PostComdr.
this
During week
01- V Bradenton. accommodation.f Fe River Ranch showed the best 138 cattle and 406 hogs. The Quincy -'I .
and Scott declared.
Mack 38. war veteran and former take placement tests carry I pairS with T. Noble Brown of Markets auction sold 37 cattle
Construction PlannedJACKSONVILLE for 'I Dinner guests will include city
ToppedTALLAHASSEE n employe of a rock company at out preliminary preparations Webster showing the top get of''' and 237 hogs for a cash total of
(API In twodays'of [AP Con- Quarter Horse Port Everglades said he plans to 'classroom work. I sire and the best herd. The 4-H 954582. and county officials. president and
:i said the faculties I secretary of the Senior and Junior
Florida A. struction of nearly 500 dwelling Dr. Garwood I ''
registration. move his family to Tallahassee as ,junior judging contest was won Prices paid for cattle on the Ar-
I had been greatly Chambers of Commerce American
and M. College for Negroeshas units costing approximately soon as he can find a house. at the University ,1 by the Hillsborough County team ,: cadia Market were quoted as follows .
enrolled a record 1,527 $3,600,000 in and near expanded and renovated during I Alton Simmons Buford Simmonsand : Calves $9 to $18.50 per hundred Legion and D.AV officers and
100 Jacksonville is expected to begin the Summer. He pointed to recon- post commanders of nearby VFW
students and more than Lamar Matthews of Plant pounds; yearlings $7.50 to
Entries Sifted of Chadoin Hall girls'dormitory i posts!, as well as State officers of
shortly after insured loans ClearwaterOutof ditioning
approvalof coached Asst.
others are awaiting City. by County $16.50; feeders. $8 to $14.25; cows
off-campus housing arrangements covering the project.are clear- paving of the campus I Agent Joe Armos. I I $5 to $14.25; steers, $10 to $17.25; the VFW.
ed by the Federal Housing I streets improvement in labora- The FFA contest ,
before they are I was toppedby bulls $9 to $14.25. Hogs sold at
admitted. Administration. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Meet tory equipment installation of a the Bushnell FFA chapter's I Arcadia, for prices ranging from Scientists! are continually
-I-- .A I OCALA-A pre-sale and show new lighting system in the library ;' team composed of Charles i $6 f) to $25.75 per hundred pounds. I searching for means of diluting radium -
x sifting committee of Florida Quarter -! Special to The Sunda\ Sentinel-Starl and the greatly enlarged I I Tompkins, James Sparkman and i The price range for hogs on the and making it work by proxy
'
Police Launch Widespread Search for Slayer Horse Assn. was here yesterday I CLEVELAND The Blackburn quarters for the College of Law ;' D. C. Beville. with Herbert Sim- Jay Market was: Grade No.1. due to its excessive rarity.

TAMPA tAP State Police and other law officials started a inspecting entries of Anthony I Bombers of Clearwater Fla., at the Municipal airport.To mons their vocational agriculture i $25.95 to $26 per hundred pounds I
widespread search in this area yesterday for Don Stevens of Jacksonville j I Farms and W. H. Hogan for their Southern Division titleholders last provide additional dormitory instructor. No 2, $25.25; No 3. $2375 to $24; Telex AidsDemonstrationsSales.Senlce
wanted. for Questioning In the slaying of a father and a son in f annual show and sale in Orlando I ngiht were eliminated from the I space the University has Matthews was top 4-H individual ; No 4. $20.90; No 5. $20.50: sows. 'I' Hearing
Jacksonville.State. I Nov. 789. world Softball championships when accepted the offer of the city to judge and Jerald Wright of I $18.50 to $21.95; feeders $16.50 to
!1 The committee consisting of lost Toronto, Canada, 6', utilize one of the former Naval I
to
they Anthony made the best FFA individual $24.75. .
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troopers here have picked up a truck which they said barracks at the Municipal airport I Until "' fix Nlc* iiae HMM wrtM Mr
: Herman Turner, Sarasota Jack to 0. j score. Other money winning ..Mint. ***.! lit jrwr 5U5 *r at mj.apartlent. -
belonred t. Stevens. Onval County authorities are on the way here Carleton, Wauchula. and T. J. It was the second loss against which will accommodate 52 4-H teams in order were: J Scald the ends of -dahlia stems .

to assist In search for Stevens. I Durrance Jr. of Brigton have in three victories for the Floridians single men. Essential: furniturewill Polk Lake Hardee Sumter.,Lake i in hot water when cut to prevent 712 Hillcrest Mrs Catherine Ave., Orlando Brown Florida
Sheriff Rex Sweat of Jacksonville said Stevens was named by an the past two days inspected entries and the decision came early in be provided and rental will I second team Other FFA prize quick wilting

eyewitness as the slayer of Richard Melvin. 42. and his father James from Jack Cliett Ed Webb of the first inning, wh!'n Herb Dud- be $7.50 monthly. winning teams in order were: 1
Melvin., at their suburban home at Jacksonville. Wauchula Durrance Ranch, ley, Clearwater hurler who had I! Dean L. A. Haslup of the Law Ocala, Leesburg Webster Bar- S
I Brighton. A. A. Story ct. Cloud. been the tourney sensation ,I College stated registrations for enrollment tow. Wiersdale Anthony. Wild-
T. M. Britt Winter Garden and showed he had lost his stuff completely were> still being accepted.An wood, Zephyrhills and Kathleen. VOTE FOR
the Ocala horse owners. I l enlarged faculty and increased Winners in the AberdeenAngusclasses
Red Cross Rolls Into ActivityWEST classroom facilities have made it
judged Saturday listed in
More than 150 quarter horses
possible to accept a larger number -
order with owners names were as
have been seen during their FRANK E. WRIGHTCITY
First Local School of students, he said.
tour. Actual sifting of entriesto follows: Best pair: Sun Lake: Sun
PALM BEACH [API Red described as the worst "sufferer"
Lake, Hunta Hunta Hara get of
MailedTALLAHASSEE
the annual event will be made Expenditure
Cross administration district head and Delray Beach "as the worst after the tour ends tonight. Caldwell To Get sire: Sun Lake Lakeview Farm ,
sufferer "per capita. Many of the [API The first
for Florida will be set Lakeland: Hollins Wood Ranch
quarters up I applications for help came from Today the group will Inspect i contribution of State funds in his :' Legion Invitation Crystal River: best herd: Hunta COMMISSIONER

here and will open this morning.Mel families whose homes had suffered quarter horses entered by Gene'' tory for local school capital improvements [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Hunta Hara. SunLake Sun Lake I
Llventood. Palm Beach roof damage and were in need of Pride W. H. Lester and W. H. i has been sent to NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Gov. Holhns Wood. Winners of the i WARD2Orlando

Red Cross chairman said all I. immediate repair. Mitchell at st. Petersburg 0 Bar I'' Suwannee County. State School' Caldwell will be invited to speak Hereford classes judged Saturday. j I
Red Cross disaster relief activities O Ranch and Hi Hat Ranch at' Supt. Colin English said tW4 I here Nov 9 whe nthe American Listed in order with owners names I
In Florida would be coordinated Stocks Sent Sarasota. checks totalin g$7.808 drawn under I I follows
Roofing i> Legion opens its three-day rodeo were as : Best pair: Santa'Fe Owner
.
through the headquarters.Elmer a Board of Education special ., I Property
at the American Legion sportsbowl ; T. Noble Brown Santa Fe, j
Bryant. southeastern director -1 To Storm-Hit Areas I Only 26 Pass Tests release for emergency school bus I: near the airport. Other prominent T.W.Brown L.T.Langf ord.Plant I Over 14 Years ,
of disaster service for the TALLAHASSEE rAP Several I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] purchase by the county had been statesmen also will be invited.A City: Best herd: T. Noble Brown i
Red Cross, will serve as director: of I' roofing manufacturers have agreedto APOPKA Drivers tests were mailed. parade of horses which will Santa Fe T. W. Brown. Herbert '

the office. divert all possible stocks into given here Friday and of the 56 I' appear in the rodeo will precedethe R. Dear High Springs. j' Nine Years Residence in Ward 2
Llvengood reported more than hurricane areas to supply emer- applicants, only 26 passed examinations Commission Session Set opening day's afternoon pro- I
400 requests for help had already gency repair needs, an AmericanRed and secured licenses. according [Special to The Sunday Sentinel.Star] gram. Shows will be presented at Officer Parley Slated I
been received and added that they Of I I. Cross official said here yes- to Patrolman A. L. Graham LEESBURG-City commission i night Nov. 10, and in the after- [Special to The Sunday Sen':nel-Star] My sole ambition In seeking the office Is to give GrowIng -

were 'mounting" by the hour. the terday. The Red Cross national of the Florida Highway Patrol \, will meet Monday at 7:30 pjn. in noon of Nov. 11. LEESBURG-Selection of officers Orlando an Honest and Businesslike Administrationof
the requests 250 were from I I headquarters also is working out in charge. 1, regular session. for Leesburg's new National its affairs.If .
Beach and 190 '
West Palm area for diversion of sifp- P-TA. Plans Readied
arrangements Supper Guard company will be discussed :
I I I
from Delray Beach plies of other necessary supply (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I by the organization committee at you are-a qualified voter and live anywhere in the :

Beside Bryant there will be 'materials to storm areas. J. M. HCL Tangles Up Luxury CruiserT LEESBURG-Leesburg Parent- a meeting next week. II City Limits you can Vote RIGHT for WRIGHT. ,
officials officer
five other Red Cross Jones, Florida State relations Teacher Assns. have, completed Present plans call for using the
serving the office. for the welfare agency said. AP] The high operate at present fares''he declared ,,. plans for their annual covered dish I old State Guard meeting place at :i I-

The West Palm Beach area was cost of living caught up with the I He was not optimistic supper honoring local teachers at II the baseball park in the Venetian WHEN YOU VOTE fOR WRIGHT YOU VOTE RIGHT
over the possibility resuming the high school patio Sept. 29 at Gardens until the new is I
Di.123741I I Leesburg JayCees Eye I I cruise. ship. SS New Northland here service. 'i i' 7 p.m. I I built. armory (Paid Political Advil !-

Gum Vending Machines yesterday.Whether. t

i Orw..... << [Special to The Sunday. Sentinel-Star] or not the luxury .
LEESBURG Leesburg Junior vessel will continue its trips out
Chamber of Commerce is considering -I' of Jacksonville rested with directors -

distribution of ball gum and shareholders of the
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Combination I Natoae vending machines in Leesburg. it '"
Hot Plate I Door was announced at Friday's Seaway Steamship Line, its op-

sad OVM I IDvrmtyer ing. Proceeds would be meet-\\ erators.

the organization's work. Eric Wharton, president of the .
of the Junior Chamber will meet line, said that the 95-man crew : > .- "' ,
I I Nete at Jimmy Herlong's house Monday had been ordered paid off and the .r'-- ,
Mixer I BoalterCONTRAaORS ,
night. ship has been "tied up indefinitely. -

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N. sims Kb CsI..IaItsvGUS Escaped Convicts Ask 1 Directors and shareholders are .
expected to meet in New York to
Sheriff's AssistanceFORT i discuss advisability of resumingthe .

MYERS rAP] Two of the cruises to Caribbean ports dur-
MADDENSREFRIGERATION four convicts who escaped from ing Fall and Winter. The line

the LaBelle prison camp the nightof had announced only two days ago Soct tfB/uuu!
the hurricane were recapturedhere that service would continue on the

Friday night after they had I basis of advance bookings.
SERVICE
robbed a house two doors from I Principal items in Increased

the home of Sheriff Floyd Ellis operating costs Wharton said "
Used Refrigerators and asked the sheriffs assistance were wages and food.
Bought and SoldProtsptftteientReasonab1. when their stolen car stalled. '
"It had reached a point where

: we could no longer continue to CALLS IT .
W. repair all nukes and type* Cattlemen To Meet I .

[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] -
FONE7726 VITAMINS
Fone G"ssa EUSTIS Central Florida IF "EASY ELEGANCE"Toeay .

Backed fcy zt year* experience Cattlemen's Assn.will hold its DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry
M* KCEO. A VB. annual meeting during the
Florida Sportsmen's Exposi- NUXATED IRON /
tion here in March. it was an- Whoa yaar doctor I*** Mdirim nd ftdc : :. / ;
a t help TO*.be UK Mother. BadMnB. Likewise
nounced .
yesterday.The if Titaraiu don t back yes IP. try -
affiliateof XTXATED IRON to hrto build not* full Mdeolor _
association. an
in your blood.For full r-d Mood Mp.many
these tailored suits
the Florida association. Is of of to feel just wonderful. o ick to NUXATED1BON finely
UMeta far quite awhile. Give. that! a UitOUL
composed of cattlemen in Orange
directed oa tb*label.
Bu ae ooJj u
Lake and Volusia Coun- I '.' _ _
ties. j are better looking than ever.

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HOW TO PIERCE rAP Mrs. Sara .
Elizabeth McCulough. 76. died in I :; -
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Do.ittitak; JN.*coo"tuppe to yotbmk -....... of a injuries Fort Pierce received hospital during Thursday the hur-I iTr.mjM4r'z7 Then there's new feel of comfort .
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they CM't eottcet.Th.j'eaa ta&.zly ricane Wednesday when door ""'- I .
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q'.6 T-
blew open at her home. knocked I TriedandProvenRelief
yow per.Aad even tt jrow ww Utt aJ'W' air of smartness. Ease CC
a new
can lose your slurt as COM! her down fracturing a leg and to Sufferers
|p.AO tat*_ita poboc that -*r pr.*eyoo. inflicting other injuries.
.Tbe cwt as MOderate*nd AlteUtc EMTrHymcot Sinus
Plea prouct* pea wlui fa' 97. combined with elegance-in fabrics /
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Get fun detail NOW. What the Governor Said! Hay Fever

See A"p." ..,- t MIAMI [tAP First gubernatorial -I Asthma
file...Pkjn...eAcy-I.w.s ......., commitment to participate In'' of superior quality. -
Chronic Constipation -
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dedication of Dade County's new
';;: 1 'HONt.WRITS 01-Y1It $11 million Crandon Park and $6 rMaltx4 NariMltetn.. Cuyt '

'It --wr.: I THE AUSTATt AGENT million Rickenbacker Causewaycame .*.. Each Cmto Mad iMM a 'From $65Doorway ; 1
yesterday from Gov. J. Laboratory. : Backed ky : .
11 M TOUR LOCAL UAJtS Strom Thurmond of South Carolina Years .f Rtsrarek. DmelovHMt' .. :.'.'!}{ .J I

4 STOU IUILDING; sad Traatomt., H.w. U's.Mat tarIMNUitl .. "" .

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Orlando 111 N. Oraace .Ave. W1J Or P.rskassd ,; ;: "

Tampa. 801 Florida.AYe.H.1111 best for Fr GMiaUte lafr atio : :. '{ : ,

St. Petersburg. tt$ N. Kh St. 2S154lacksoaTOle. Stomach Ulcer Pains I cup ThIS A* 1M Man Tidal '
532 W. For.yt St. S-41O U didnt have work .
you to worry or ELECTRONIC NORMAUZER
1oUaa. 1IM Bucajrae Blvd. 5-5411 for a living youd probably not have r '
stomach ulcer pain*. But if you do LABORATORYBlf. "
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for the rebel or stomach or ulcer pains I :c'U .. .. .':; : -, .

OCSANIZED IY $LARS, tOEBUOC A CO. and indigestion.other conditions heartburn.caused sour by stomach excess MANE ." .. .._ 3. .1

are IQioou -earporaucoa_*.Home.. .Office.....*.. acid; Udga u cold by druggists only. : "' ; -: :,:' :_ .' : .. ;
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site that 10 of the leading worked handInhandwith Jimmy Demaret one of the Todd. since the Orlando
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tour-
ta Orlando for the
WADSWOITHtT to gather in this promotion and leading winners of the past
will me money "
compete. far
winners down
Thornal added. money has been playing the
[ >* Sunday. : Sentinel-Star Sports Staff] nament, Indicated in a state- Since last December's tourna- through his co-operation and that year. Lew Worsham Denver Openwinner
This
One of Central Florida's biggest ment from was PGA Sec. George ment however Thornal and mem- of the City of Orlando, we are and Bobby Locke South list.The of th
events th JayCee-spon- able to have this tournament announcement : tour
sports committee have
bers of the JayCee
out that flock
who who a
pointed sensation won
Schneiter
sored $10,000 Orlando Open Golf practicallyevery again," Thornal said.A African nament followed closely on the
from
letters
the Orlando event would ear- received laurels since last April, are announcement ;
of
at of heels an that
will be played
Tournament start of the Winter professional player who competed tournament committee has here for the \
mark the among those expected Dubsdread Golf and Country
Club In De the
Dubsdread Country for the touring links- here indicating that they not been named from the Junior
!I I season meet. Club had been sold by Malcolm C
{
cember. would all would return to the Orlando meet. of Commerce ranks tlieir:
I oC men and that they Chamber The JayCees sponsored Davenport to a partnership con. ,
Burton Thornal. president in much warm Thornal was jubilant over con- Thornal revealed. but added Dubsdread in
the Orlando Junior Chamber of be eager to get as yet. first PGA Open at slating of Simpson Penny and Carl
before tracting the tournament."As Matheny wouldbe
weather playing as possible that Randolph 1945 when Beltin' Benny Hogan Jr.
Commerce last night announcedthat I you know we had some of the committee. Last Dann
moving West.A chairman captured first money. year. December event will be
the popular Professional the The the
lastyear difficulty in raising money.
PGA ruling devised comparative cew-
new think Matheny will have an Harry Todd. a first big-time professional tourn
Golfers Assn. sanctioned event Schneiter and his office but we finally made it."I "I the professional field
by to
that comer for the
with the announcement concerning ment scheduled Dubsdread
4
would start Dec.
on would like to express my .
organization had und'-r- with hono's.Hogan
the top
7. after of the tournament in thevery ; walked away since it changed han4.&dinals .
Dec.
final round scheduled on within its front personal appreciation to Walton part the money Jim DeMaret Ben hogan course
a juggling is back among
gone added. .
the future he -
One of the largest fields on each tourna-t McJordan however at this tima. near
Thornal office guarantees
Burton
Matheny
PGA Winter circuit is expected| Randy i -






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-- < grntmrl-Slar Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 i
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Dodger Donates Infield Braves Ole Miss BeaTs Kentucky 14-71 Shutout Cubs



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I ... ; -- -' --- .....,, ; i iJ Conerly Runs I, For Two T in RowST.

By BOB HAYES I Game in First !! l''t ,

efficient publicity pens Passes Rebels
Rollins man
Don Vincent I LOUIS rAP The SL LoaU-

another optimistic note about Jack McDowall's 1947 Tars. BROOKLYN API] Johnny Sain, i Cardinals, stubbornly refusing to

It should be of interest to many Rollins followers in this I To
I I If curve balling Boston righthander VictoryOXFORD I bow completely out of the National .

seption, so here it is: bid to clinch League pennant picture
( thwarted Brooklyn's ,
Miss. IAP[ ] The good,
round into pretfy good
f "The squad is beginning to the National League flag this afternoon right arm of chunking Charley again 'defeated the Chicago Cute

shape, and I'd guess they are a long way ahead of their condition at when he pitched the Bravesto Conerly and the big, grasping last night 5 to 0. thus retaining

this time last season. hands of Barney Poole yesterday
mathematical chance of finIshing
the Dodgers their
If "The backfield is looking quite rood. Jack has dug up a halfback an 8-1 victory over .- accounted for a Southeastern Con-

named Bob Smathers. about 155 or 160 pounds. who is goingS before a disappointed crowd of n-eitZ Zc ference football victory for the in a tie with the Brooklyn

for enrollment University of Mississippi over Ken- Dodgers.
S help at right wing. lie's not officially accepted : 29,762.

as I write this and for that reason I haven't publicized his presence |I Sain, who never before had been tucky's Wildcats.. The score was -

:r here. But he's fast as hand knows how to run. ;1 able to beat the Brooks at Ebbets 14 to 7.Under.

"Sam Ilardman is beginning to get his legs in shape and will Field limited them to six singlesto sunny skies brisk ventilated by
: breezes a
hurricane-bred
make plenty of touchdowns. Cal Peacock [spinnerback hampered by register his 20th victory for the crowd of about 18,000 .,saw the

bad legs last year] is as hot as a firecracker. And some of thesecond second Lombard successive who season.started for Rebels rack Up touchdowns in the

string backs will be as good as last year's first stringers. the Vic Dodgers was the loser. The first and third pf riods, while Ken-

The line Is still the big problem." I little lefthander first of three tucky's! best effort was an opening

Lt year McDowall had a cracker-Jack line poor backfield. Give Dodger hurlers who were belted period tally.It .

him a bunch of backs who can carry the mail, however, and hell put for 11- safeties was touched for was Conerly. a lithe, fleet-
footed Clarksdale. Miss. youth
on an offensive show that will pack Greater Orlando Stadium. And four unearned' runs in the first who engineered Mississippi's offensive -

despite line headaches at the moment Jack and Alex: Waite will crme inning when his usually depend- although his key
power
up with a creditable forward wall. able infield went to pieces. committing 4 receiver, Poole, with ever-hungry

It now Is beginning to look like those old pre-war years when : four errors. mitts cashed in eight tosses for
S IKOOKLTN IN
had Miller the Sammy Hardman I BOSTON (51 .. --- 71 yards and one touchdown.
McDowall' always a Georgie or same .. II .t r for Pistol Pete
interference
around to race for touchdowns like scared rabbits. I Ho1m..rf 4 S 1 I SPseky.2b, 4 I 1 I S ANCHORS AWEIGH! On Whidbey Island in Sspt 27 Running Only five minutes and 10 plays

S ,, )1.YCm..cf: 1I1llI5M4rXf I I 1 I .tJtnblJU" G.... I 41311 1 1 I S Puget Sound, Navy's backfield prepares for Williams are, left to right, Al McCully, Reaves were required in the opening period -
RepOrt>
UbUr.lf I 1 I I 'I .l"r.rf 4 S I I I II I Raysinger and Bill Hawkins. for the Rebels to tally. Eulas
California in Berkeley
From the way Coach Harding ofI1aml": Hurricanes talked Enlell.38 5 1 1 1 J H..i ,1t S S I 1 1 opening game with Jenkins returned the opening

earlier this week, there remains a distinct possibility that Miami and F YCmk.ll1 S 5534jJflrgPfg4.3b4lI15 1 lit lIEd'SMS.e\ 4 S 1 4 IMuLe - S- kickoff 19 yards and then skirted

Rollins may play here at Greater Orlando Stadium in 1949. 1 R.J1o S 1 5APe.1 41125 I

Sc ; Such a game would assure, at least one "big time" team show- I ed.r.u 5au.p I 6'1 lIt 1 1 .3l'Wbft.a,,Lllmbrdl.. 15112 1. 1 5 5Isanta. Red Sox Split J..01c& Big Inning Gives Gators Next I

: tog here and that's the one big angle In putting over a stadium ex- "" ..14.1... I S ISIS I I S Florida's Gators play the vic

pansion program. IvanclIk.p I S I S 1 Jacksonvillenext
___ torious Rebels at H LAk4'1'i
f Harding said he would bring his rough-tough Hurricanes here 111 Total 11 1 (1711a Saturday in the season's '
18 SUIT .
tif there's any way possible for me to do so. Totals-Sio*>d for Lombard Santa ta 5thbGrounded la -Tth. i,t tnekton. Two With Nats I Browns 5-3 WinCHICAGO opener for Coach Ray Wolf's ,

t "I've been corresponding with Jack [McDowall right along out_ lor_ _-" -. -.406 im vzo-* 1917 'unknown quantity' eleven.
--'
I n the subject, and I hope we can work out the arrangement." Breoklni--- -- -W 000 .1*-1 i I -- -
R J. Stank.: Sdasrd. auei TAP The St. Louis
-
)added. I 5.51.4 Error to:: F. McCnnnirK: S. Hopp. HoUnn. ElItwt. : ;; BOSTON [API Held to eight 'ifr.ci right end for 24 to arrange mat-

I The Miami mentor explained that one difficulty he faced was I, Walker. Sacrtfitw Culler J. Bjaa. Left baU.on: singles while losing the opener Browns scored five runs on eight ters for Conerly. He nailed Jenk-
Brooklyn: T. BiSra o. the first five Innings
bam Bases It. nits .during
to ', 1. Strikenuti the Boston Red Sox bounced ins with a nine-yard heave ran
ttie way he scheduled big-time outsideopponents. "We belong no laIn t. Lombard 1. Bant 1. Vancurk 6-3. and coasted to a 5 to Victory over
gala 1. Lombard S. SrI: oft Lombardl hits for a 7-2 for 16 in two tries himself to
: back with fourteen
i
tell when they'll ;
those ranking teams us
inference, and sometimes : In t- .
c 4
Sox
a la S Inntntf Bant* S tel: VaactiTk"" in the the Chicago White yesterday.The Kentucky's 32.
4ine to Miami. They give us no choice! We must either take them HIt by pttebr: by Rants (B.aa). Wild BltA:. I triumph over Washington Brownie victory. their carry to .
I Baal. Luiiw pttciur: : Ixmtiardl.. UBPina: : Con.I second game of yesterday's double- A pass Conerly to right end
I 1
eth&tdateornotat aU. I Fioclli aa4 Eobh. TUnas I:IL j header. i eighth in the past 12 games en- Everette Harper was good for 4

t And ef court the one big other factor la dough. Miami by next I I Johnny Pesky hit safely twice'' abled St. Louis to keep alive its eight and then a minute later

1 )rear will be able t. play In Orange Bowl Stadium with a seating I I in each game running. his consecutive chances of escaping the American the chunker hit halfback Farley

rapacity ef ever 60,000. That's why it'll cost money to lure them I Newsom Loses games hitting streak to'1'; League cellar. The Browns now Salmon for 11 Just before plop-

hire,. from that big stadium. I ; 26, a new modern Red Sox record,i trail seventh place Washington by ping the ball in Poole' hands

{ Harding had high praise for McDowall. Jack's teams are never I and making his total hit output'for .five games with eight to play. over the goal line. Bobby Os
: Pete Gebrian. White Sox freshman -
retarded lightly by anybody and he's given me a couple of beatings the. year 202. Pesky now has walt's placement was good for
the victim of the '
YanksPHILADELPHIA banged out more than 200 hits was the extra point and Ole Miss ,
: I jid many more rough nights. He's one of the shrewdest most capable : A's Stop .5. Browns' fast start.ST. '
i in each of his three years in the ,' was out in front. !
I cpaches in the nation. And the way he takes a conglomeration ofriaterlal \ LOUIS IA] CHICAGO [A) : Minutes later Kentucky launch-\i
time.
big J
80 r II .t! 0 r II I SI ,
and makes something out of It year-in and year-out lanazing. I IAP1 The Phil- : The Nats found starter and .. .4- )' ':II""II, 4 8 1 1 flK.IIoa.y.fl I II 5 1 4* ed a drive from Ole Miss' 48 when'a '
.** Earl Johnson for five I.s.a.t 515185.n..dyE1I451: 'Conerly heave went waywardand
adelphia Athletics stopped the loser. Lefty JtSln.s.3bS51l4W.,51..f>> | 58121H..lt.f THE BUILD-UP: Yale's backfield : -
hits and three runs in the open- fell into the hands of Wildcat
New York Yankees, 3-2. behind 3lI4CYork.lb 41151a..1t Levi Jackson keeps
1 Roy Horan. popular veteran pro at Orlando Country Club, Is one the seven-hit pitching of Dick ing inning of the first game and :, .iTnrl r.rr halfback Bill Boiler, who followedup ace, ,
.' ,83lIl3WItIa41.a.,4I2ZJ.41lb : work
tpro who definitely opposes the Idea of youngsters earning cash by Fowler yesterday as Sam Chap- added three more on three hits, .t 1 1 S P tII.......,1a.3b 4 5 1 I 3 the interception with a 38-yard in shape for football by

lost balls around golf courses. and Hank Jameski drove in and a walk off Dave Ferris, third 7vv .'.......11 4 8 I 1 tlT.e 3 I 1 a 8 dash. ing as a hod carrier on a construction
i;anting up golf : man rA.h! SIiSIirnfrk." 51111KIde..p The Reb defense stiffened on
t "We absolutely will not allow It at Orlando Country Club" helaid all the home club's: runs. Boston Harold pitcher.Toenes.In recently the ninth.recalled 3S1I4ln.s.p 11515H.v00.p 11151aHoltta the six: and the ball went over. job in New Haven.

"because It's too dangerous at 'our course. We've got three I! Majeski, who collected three of from Chattanooga. made his first . J but not for long. A punt that 't
by Bobo New-
within our' and there's plenty of water there to drown the nine hits yielded bThflI.'y 15155Il'.Mw.N. went out of bounds on the 25 gave
?lakes course : som in going the route for the start for the Nats in the nightcap ( .. S I S 1 5
rounnten. That's why we won't allow it, and why well chase off Yanks batted across two runs, and was touched for nine hits and IdAppline 1. I I S the Wildcats a lift and halfbackDon I
--I 1 1Tntals --- movedto
In three
,>all-hnntlng youngsters or treat them as trespassers." including the winning marker in two walks for five runs before he :Jl S JT t| Totals is 1U2L2 Phelps runs
derricked in the flrth with a--Wrack out for G.brU. In Stb. the three. A pass from quarter-
OCC no-
t Horan also explained that last year a Negro caddy. at was the eighth frame and Chapman was A. end
b.FA.k b-l'Iflgled for Harrt" lib back George Blanda to right
drowned while looking for golf balls. i clouted his 14th home run of the body out. Ir :; ; e--Walked for: Trfdi 'I.1aIrt i Wallace Jones meant six points.
Ted Williams held hitless In the d-Filed out (or CaJdsfll la fth.Si .
i "Please past on the news to youngsters that we won't allow ball- : year.The Louis ... .. _.. lift lift 19cctrsro Blanda's placement was good.
victory was the 11th for opener, slugged two triples and _. ._. I
hunting by enterprising youngster at our course he wound up. '. too id set-i Interception of a Boiler aerial
Fowler against 12 defeats, whileNewsom's a single and walked twice in the. E. ." -: Kennrdr. Grbrian. raldveU. Bansbarm
Jenkins who sped 42 yardsto
by
*
I In li-rardlno. Larly. Kinder. Heetb. thjv -
- that [1] Georgia without I defeat left him with a second game. He also drove in '. >Iu-ha: .la L K.aDP I From this far-oft distance. It appears three .. .... .
record of 11 wins and 11 losses.Krrora runs.FIRST Wallar Tb bits: Earl. Traah.Hnue
lie
in action again. finally ran
year"or 12] that Furman has GAME IN THE BUCKLE: Catchingfly .
Tippi Is not so rough a customer this run: Hratb. Stolen has: Colman. 8acrtfir -
I II NEW YORK IAI. PHILADELPHIA IA). WASHINGTON IAI| BOSTON fAI belt buckle ",'.: KUHT. I'..,.. Double pirn: WaUana.Kollcwar over from the eight In two dashes
around to fielding a really strong eleven. skrk..t .1,0. .0,0..l. .1,011 balls at his .
gotten and Turk; Kolkncay. sad Tork. K nrdr and Oswalt converted for what I I
Butts and 1I11..lb. 5 S 2 :1)1rC"nskY.1f 4 I t I 1 tIOt.31t 1. I 5 IWnmbo.31J 4 I I I ITfaIsTh and Tt-Io Martini. ".11..-.. and Tork. Lrft oa '.
I Offhand though. let's not get to far down on Wally H..rlcb.11 4 I I 1 'I"rbk..rf 4 I 5 I IH'iTs. : 4 1 5 I 2tPe'kism' 4 1 I I 5 New, York Giant second baseman Hi"St..: bar 7.hir. ... ,. II.... on balls. : became the final margin.
this early In the The Trlppi-less Bulldogs may .. 4 1 I I "jrIt.p.usit.d: 4 It. 5PIM.rI..eIIa.e..lb !i1.01L.2b>> 2IIIIIISMsgo.rf4ISIs, : remindfulof celebrated
his Bulldog season. II' 1.QI1I".1b' Bill Rigney is Kinder 1. Obrian 3. Harrl" 2 raldvell L Blanda. the visitors'
i I .11.. I 1 I I 'l1baons.Jt S 1 S 1 5 _. Kindrr .. HarrM 1. Tsldwra
lIrt 1. Mils
: :
\ be strong they were last year the idea sticks here that I 1 5 IIM.j.akt 31a 4 I I 0 5W.Jnta.Ib hooter got off kicks of 50 and 67
net m*
as PrIsLth.Th I I I I 0II.eT.b' 4 I I 1 4e,01.tf little Rabbit Maranville, for off (!Ph.I.. t in t tnaiac. : RantS ta SiInherit
Butts wa getting along Friday night against Furman by showing 4 4I14C1J.et.I I I SISudrr.Ib' ">> 4 51126 S S I IUn40U.1f : 3 5 : IIM.If I : : 1 1 I of the NationalLeague's o In S. WIM pInk: : Gvbrian* LttOnipKrfafr yards and averaged 38.8 yards.Ole

) as little as humanly possible for the benefit of University ofVorth fltuuto..I 1 I 1 I ::.:....IT&.o. I" I I 1aewlolLs !: MoIkId..If.$...nr. I'I I I I IIJ.01..Ib IT.Iaetia..O 1. S III I I 1V.mo..2b years one : erbriao.Time; 3:1:1'mplm.. Attendance: 0umnets.: IMi.BnpKouuocL and Miss racked up a dozen first downs
I I I I S S S Fo..p I" I 1 I : 3 5 5 1 PfMcrIaIi,. 2 5 5 5 5EeIn..c top shortstops. to Kentucky's six. ,
Carolina grid seouls.I -----I -----
4IISIJn&u..a.p hISS KENTUCKY Pe. MISSISSIPPI
And although the belief here is that Mr. Choo-Choo Justice and i 1 TOIal.. II I f%I tol Tot.1s1: I 5 27 12ye 1I..ln....... 4 152 4Irk.n.h.p 25.51 Penn. Commissioner ffennle7 tB -- B. PooltSerinl
,
I Tori: 205 505 (010-2 W.cf.1f: 4 5 I 5 .1.)1..... I' I I IWaa.5 \ _::_-_-:___ 1T .:__::: Erickson > -
his Tar Heel troupe will whip Georgia come Saturday, the hunch istfiat l'hU.d.lpbla Iftl Ih-3 411121Fit4..p 55515I French Triumph In Preston ________ LO .--.__ SiacksellRhodemYrS :
than evident against : 'fm. ,. Rana batted la: McQumn. JohnMajnki ''''mit.I .... 11151 Suspends Middleweight ____ C ______ BrtdtcrsYarutis
Georgia will show far greater strength was S. (...pm.n. Tor..-_ hit: F.... Tbreebax -----I I --- .__.___ RO _.._ Crawford
!urman. Just wait awhile until you peg Georgia for the season. hit: Berra. Horn run: Chapman. Rouble. Tolala 37. tl K 131| Totals II I 2712 Allied 'Olympics'BERLIN 'PITTSBURGH [AP] Pennsylvania -' QrllJitt _______ RT ___-____ Lambert
play W. Johnsoo. PitrmreU* and Mrtjiilnn.Left .Walked for L.f_. I. 5th. ______ _______
: RId.. __ RS!: Harper
i against Georgia .... .. -
Furman's decided Improvement. evidenced New Twk ItitladHphia I. lIes Com. John Montgomery u
as Boxing
t 11III. :.., ._ a Strark out for DorieS In 0th.WahhIgtoa !!). Blind __ __ ._ OB _..______ Bowea i.' ,.
podem no good for Bear Wolfs Florida Gators, but watch ticket .a ball.: Foal 1. Nf I. fltnkeoun ra..na:: Xe "40 545 113-4 [IAP A well-balanced announced last night he Boiler ___-_-___-_-___ LH --_____-- conerljPmrrW
anm I. Fowler a. Vmpire: PapareUa. B..st... Ill 105 4191-3 ___. ___ RK _______._. TiWlerMoselr C .
.
aales spurt at Tampa for the Furman-Flarida game Nov. 1.Mize I anti ".par.,. Time IM. Emm: NIt,,.. Run. batted tat MrBridc. Verona. French team wpn the mythical has suspended Middleweight Tee u FB _______ Jenkins ;,
E 01141. Coat Z. Ppenra WlUiams. XINIWerr. -, championship of the Allied Forces Hubert of Washington D. C.. for Score by quarters- : n

I Two-haw .hit: (.n. Three-ba hit.: I "Olympics" yesterday with the failing to put forth his best effortin Kentucky: --- 0 II 0- T
Chief gamflrt WIDlama.Double
Forbes roan. Stolen base: Coan. : '
Cops 7 0 7 O-14
50th I play.: Traiu to Lv..... to Vernm: Lroaata United States second as track and a fight against Tommy Yarosz Mississippi Kentucky scoring Touchdowns.u W.
Smacks Four-Baqaer; i 54411:lI.... tc "_. Left oa bass: waahitut.too I I; field teams from the armed forcesof Monaca. Pa., ta Zivic Arena Tuesday Jones if or Ridce' Prints *(ur touch-
'Little Brown Jug'DELEWARE. K. Botton :S. Best on haila: 11ft Dorlnb I.
down. Blanda (pl.rem"tlLMIaIp"
eight nations bettered ten of night.
Ferrtsa L fitnkentits" : br Wjna S. DnrWi I. Touchdowns. B.
l matins:
Smith I. Hits: off Johnson i in 3-3 innlnu; last year's meet records. If the ruling is upheld by the alter touchdoen.Oswalt .
Point
Giants Down Philadelphia 5-3 Ohio [API] Forbes Dor.... 3 In T 1-3. F....... 3 la '-3. Smith a In Pool Conerly. .
Chief brown colt from the New- 11. Wild pitrh; Wjrnn. Losin. pitrbrr: johnwn. I I Capturing only three first places full commission Hubert will be :2 (for Bowen (placement)

t'mpirea: MrKmlrr. ilcGowaa. Run and Cr1',.. i but adding five seconds and the unable to fight in any State which
I NEW YORK rAP] Johnny Mize hit his 50th home run I port Stock Farm of South Plainfield Time of .aou: 1:09. Anendano: U.OOO.WASHINGTON .
N. .7.. won the second $38,200 I I noint equivalent of eight thirds operates under regulations of the
Kiner of in the National ;
yesterday tying Ralph Pittsburgh "Little Brown Jug" for threeyearold 'I' fSECONO GAME I the French squad ran up a totalof National Boxing Assn. The commission : '

League home run derby. as the New York Giants downed j! pacers ta straight heats yesterday -, LAO., BOSTON slrl(AlIbr05 I.Rthtt..n.If45Iseasb..3b 33 points with the U.S. garnering I will meet Oct. 1 in Phila-

the Philadelphia Phillies ,5-3, behind Andy Hansen's five- !. each in 2:05 to take down a 01123P.1447.211 |I 34 with three first-place men. 'I delphia. 11 ... .

hit pitching. All the New York runs were .the result off pUrse of $19,100. I I ., : S 1 2 1 S 1 rInM..1o.4IP.'ky. ,( : : : : : Denmark surprised by collecting ,.....; .

four-barters. Goose Bay. bad mannered brown'" "moo.lb 4 I 1 t HWUlianuJf 1 8 I I I four first-tops for the day-and SOOXERS HOLD RECORDThe
Mills eD..rf, lIlICItsierr.25 51151 i finished third with 29 pointsBritain Oklahoma Sooners established -
With Andy Hansen hurling five- colt from the Saunders 'na....:II 4SISIIM.ljt. $1311 l : -..
hit ball to notch -his first win GRID RESULTSSOUTH Stables of' Toledo took second Mnrtua.e 4 5 I S Jnnn.lb| I' I I 101.1t,41154I51M5 was fourth with 26 followed a Gator Bowl mark for intercepting -
Mahoney | 45 08 by the Netherlands. 16; Belgium I forward passes when
of $9.550 as Jakey
against four defeats the Giants money lIIIIIGa1abas.ep3SIl Ralph
\ 11 Luxembourg 8 and Norway they carralled three of N. C. LUCKY NUMBER:
: ,
tied their National League recordof piloted the three-year-old to second ta.d'.Lp 1. I I II I [ and
Miuiui; ; ;..I 14. Kentucky .,. and fifth positions. ales,. 1ISIM.. 1 nothing. State's tosses ta the 1947 melee. I Bronco wears number 13,
hitting homers ta 16 straight I
games set earlier this year. Clomton South Carolina 42. Prctbyttnan 27. Hrwbarry 0.Washington .. I P. M. [Doc] Parshall. veteran i ToI.1s SS S .U l 1 l Totals. M r 14 IT ItBFlwd I with the big Brooklyn right

4V La. 13. Quantico Marino. reinsman from Urbana. Ohio who out for_Cudlal_ _.ta ItS.wnsnt _. !i hander practically certain to
,.. 8415 5444 fWIt-
I ,
t; A single and two Giant errors .. returned this week to the "Roaring Ben o. ,, 101 Ml lh-J Penn State Powerhouse Mauls winnersince
Marshall Stoubonvlllo I.
CO be their first 20-game
hare the Phillies their first run ,,
Grand." was pocketed ta the first Errors: None.' Runs batted ta PriddT Ver-
In the top half of the first In- EAST i I Boo. DiMigjlo S. Williams X Mel;. McGab. Two- I Whitlow Wyatt and Kirby
Penn State 21 Washington' State .. heat and finished ninth with Mar- ban* bits: ,,. Folly Time-baas: bin: 'iSv I .
hint* but Mize smashed his Villanova *0. Kingsooint 0. cellus. owned by O. L. Mears of I I WlUiaou I-OI Stolen base: FKky. OacrtflcM: Game Washington State 27-6 Higbe took 22 apiece in 1941,
homer with Bobby Thomson on Champlain 7, Ciarkson 7 (tis). ta t T_ Galebouae S. Double play: fulhtao toI .. '
Waynosburg SS, Hi* Grand t. Toledo. He found racing room I I Prlddr to I...... Left on banea: Washington C you can't tell the Dodgers !1isn't
I>Mtse In the home half of the MIDWEST the second and a driving finish j 14; Ba01. i 1U Base oa balls: off Toes* S. ..15caadni HERSHEY Pa. [AP] Penn State's football team, witha !ucky one.
their
bIDe frame. Iowa State 31, Iowa T.aehsrt: 14. and $5,730 1. off Gafebotfee t. Strikeouts: hr Tomes _
him the place spot
raft of backs behind well drilled
gave speedy operating a big
Missouri-19 St. Louis U. 0. br Candlnl %. br jGalebmue i. Hun off -- -
L I.Thomson himself clouted his Iowa 59 North Dakota State O.Kmporia for third ta the race.California > Im 4 Inn .... |_ out la Sthl. off line smothered Washington State 27 to 6 last night. i
..
State 12. Colorado: State 0. 13. S Is 4 lDalnLoouI&" pitrber: 1'mpirea ... Length
I:"th homer; of the year with no- : McGonso. Bur GnP,. and lIimh.maley.i l A Elkridge Three
Dubuquo 2& Bucna Vista 21. I' crowd of about 14,000 braved a drizzly rain to see thefirst
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bIDdy aboard in the fourth. South Dakota 25. Yankton 7. Takes ; 2:" '
NILAOCLP |M| NEW YORK IA) Otterboing" .. Morehead (K/] .) Teachers : big intersectional game of the 1947 season. Larry Joe ;I Winner at AqueductNEW

,1 ..r".1 sirkia C (t*). Marino Ends Vacation Wallacetrtplett and Joe Colonel' MlSeriElkridge.
Lawrence 19, Carroll 0, YORK rAP Kent
I.Pat&4 S I I aba-.ft 4 S 1 I I.rf Santa Clara 33-7 I ,
4115K.vr..s 41515 St. Cloud Tchrs.: 5. Rivor Fall Tchr: 0, were outstanding among Penn which had scored in only
]*UIS.B 4IS5ITh.d 41 151 SOUTHWEST Cal. [lAP Grindingout Points for Title Bout State's numerous ball carriers. Phoenix Training Site his four previous tries thiS
---.or I 5.5u.is I. 1155 T.... .&M 4*, Southwestern ft. BERKLEY. one of
--.. I 11('_.. 55.5..SeIljf Texas 33, Texas Tech 0. touchdowns with a display of LONDON LAP] Dado Marino returned Washington State couldn't move Appeals' to Giants season easily captured the 111745I ;
__ I '1)Iaro SiltS Arkansas IS, NW Louisiana State 0. found power. Coach LynnWaldorf's from a two weeks vacation ; after the second half kickoff and Glendale Steeplechase Handicap at
1 1' elCafdaLII I" S I S new I
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\ *'I i.LlS 4 sLa5r5a.31 5 I 5 1 FAR WEST University of CaliforniaBears I tour of the continent yesterday Penn State broke the game wide PHOENIX, Ariz. rAP The New 5-tTII Aqueduct yesterday. .
\ : : : .. 31211ITNeI. Oregon C, Montana Teacher I. intensive by going 63 yards on five _. bay son Of
open
start ; ---
Maria** I _. opened their 1947 football I and prepared to York Giants will return to Phoe- i --- The nine-year-old
111
I j) yesterday with a 33-7 vic training today for his world fly- plays to score on winding up with Mat, carrying top weight of
U S Hill Totals M 17fl12 season nix for Spring training next year. EXTRA CURRICULAR: Center
Central Florida Kennel I bout Oct. 20 with Rin- : a 21-0 lead. Jockey N0rWBrown.
MMctaa tee m ese-Jm : tory over University of Santa weight title i pounds including
Tork .2-4 Rogell smashed over for a Edgar Feeley Giant treasurer. and Alex Wojciechowicz of the the I'USIJ
of Belfast.FAMED i for
i :: : ty Monaghan. accounted
.... Clara. .
'- Da C a' Ia: relations to
Club To Meet Thursday touchdown on the first play of the Gary Schumacher. public foot- I"* *
s_ L ''I'- 5ksIa. LaI'UU. KnrI A crowd of 45,000 watched the 'Philadelphia Eagles pro first money with three
,Tas-ba. u: ,...... Mu ruu: KIa. The Central Florida Kennel Broncos take a 7-6 lead in the BREEDER DIES final quarter. CzekaJ's placementwas man yesterday signed a contract I boll team is shown getting in i spare Mrs. Stephen a dark Jr.'s
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1>_. '"- Ia-a W5 L Left with auto court here to assure 139 and
...... ......... .. but crumble thereafter LYNCHBURQ. Tenn. [API wide to make the score 27-0. an I II Trough Hilt weighted at
4 S. Nrw T" L Saws Club will meet at 6 p.m. Thursdayat first period State scored its housing for the Giant SQuad. a little knitting while relaxing and filial
%*: "- I. _: f.a.a L l..u-. : 1 before the superior power Thomas A. Hayes, widely known Washington favorite In this longest
?. _S'aaatt sad 0-- n-: ,:... the El Patio Club to formulate I and charge of a California team breeder of harness racing and lone touchdown in the final period Opening date of the training I I between practice sessions at I II chase of the meeting. eamed the

preliminary plans for the annual his home bending a drive from its own camp is Feb. 23. The Giants held : Lake N. Y. un. Odis
I Babe Ruth was walked 170 times revamped since last year's disastrous show horses. died at : the team's Saranac place by a like margin. ;

: :i one season setting what is still Winter dog show, it was announced t season of seven defeats here 82.Saturday night at the age McGuire.22-yard line with a 10-yard run br in their Phoenix first Spring this year.training camp. I I camp. ;!,.Sloan*'*-Delhi J3&n. .-14 U11rdI .
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dazzling speed, tricky running and I I API The National :; !
clever field generalship. the University I Football League-oldest of

,.smothered of Texas Texas Tech's Longhorn.Red; .' ."'..}.,.' the gridiron's cash-for-play circuits TIGER LINEMEN SHIFTED: Coach Paul O'Neil looked over

I Raiders. 33-0 here yesterday to -{opens up for business again his line material last week and decided to shift Chandler Aiken
if'; today with Com. Bert Bell predicting -
1. justify pre-season predictions of left from guard to tackle, and Britt Simms, right, from cen
Southeastern dominance this year. torrid races in the two divisions -
Two left halfbacks Byron Gil- "that may not be decided ter to end. Aiken won a letter with the varsity squad last year

lory and Billy Pjle stole the show while Simms was the Junior varsity's center.
until the last day of the season.
.- -- with burning swirling runs as i iI -" ..?-,
both racked up two touchdowns.But I "I have seen most of the teams

rOur On Staff Phcto Barnes play in non-championship games i'
It was Bobby Layne's Tiger Lineup 'Tempor
WARREN TILLER I presence that set the Long-I I and my impression is that every

former OHS stor to play kere.Florida I'I horns' new "T" offense moving: I I team in the league is stronger
He was calling the signals when I t than it was this tune a year ago.I .
.V> J"- Texas scored all its touchdowns / tj I look for one of the closest races Basis for Lee Game Friday
but one, and the Longhorns did \ I in the 28-year-history of the organization -

'B'-Baby Hurricane not click so smoothly when he ." Bell said.

was out of the game. I All I of which he added should i Orlando High School pries the lid off its 1947 football

Texas drove 74 yards for its I /, I bring 2,150.000 fans through the schedule Friday night against the powerful Robert E.

first touchdown on 11 plays. ::!, ; turnstiles during the 60-game : Lee Generals from Jacksonville at Greater Orlando
Game Slated Here Oct. 18 Layne set up the score with a per- I schedule which ends Dee. 14.
fect bullet pass to right end I' Stadium. Game time has been set for 8 p.m.

Schwartzkopf and went across on } '" Only one game is scheduled for The Lee encounter marks the first time in years thatan

Pres Bill Buning of the Orange County University of a quarterback sneak two plays today. Jock Sutherland PItts- Orlando eleven has opened Its .
burgh Steelers. apparently
a
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Florida Alumni Assn. announced i later and kicked the extra pointto season against a Big Ten Con-
yesterday completionof
stronger club even without dash- isni in the game
put Texas out front 7 to 0, at
for the, Bill take the Detroit ference opponent and a capacity 1 and Bob Flowers expected -
temporary plans and committee appointments I the end of eight minutes. ing Dudley, on turnout has been anticipated by Simms are
night football game here Oct. 18 between the University of The next time the Longhornslaid Lions-starring the same school officials for this year's to open at ends with Aiken
Florida and Miami's Hurricanes. hands on the ball Pyle tooka 1 Dudley-before. a "standing room and Fred Floyd at tackles, John
'B" team Baby Tiger debut.
only" throng of 40.000 in Pitts Demopoulos and Dave Myers at
W. R. (Billl Conway will serve< I II lateral from Layne and went 41 burgh. And while the authorities were I guard and Bert Cook at center

as general chairman of the committees :Wolf of the Gators that he would I yards cleared for the a path.touchdown as blockers HERE'S ALABAMA'S PASSING WIZARD: Harry Gilmer [tobovelAlabama's ] ,. The defending championship busy with last minute Alternate Capt. John Francisco -

formed to stage the game, j' All-America wizard counted to Chicago Bears roll into action next ments, Coach Paul O'Neil arrange-I will undoubtedly get the
send a strong "B" team here for Gillory duplicated Pyle's feat on passing is upon pace assistants were still on
Buning said.
The county alumni group will. I I the game. : a 53 yard run. hurdling one man the Crimson Tide attack at left halfback for the fourth successive Sunday against the Green Bay for a startnig lineup starting nod at quarterbackwith
I Packers at Green Bay. Washington Buford and Ross at the
strive to "pack Greater Orlando 'I Advices from Gainesville indicate blockers and out distancing him three in the others clear.as season A 160-pound senior from Birmingham, Gilmer I also opens at Philadelphia O'Neil refused to make a pre halves and Kent Stevens at fullback -
Stadium with an overflow crowd put first national when he completed eight straight I that diction of any sort on the strengthof .
I'i that at least two Central Lajne aaded another point to won recognition day. and the Chicago Car-
for the game:' he added. "Because i I Ii Bowl New Orleans He is dinals entertain Detroit. NewYork's his Tiger machine, but admitted Francisco at 148. is the lightest
the 1945
.. realize will be Floridians will be on the squad push the score to 20 to 0. passes in Sugar game at that "there's still plenty of work I
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this '
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came I IfU"lt Giants and the Los An- Tiger back. Buford hits 183. Ross
step toward our goal of bringing !I i Wolf sends here. i I Texas coasted second.in the third second and I, famous for throwing passes while leaping high in the air. geles Rams do not get going until : to be done." I 175 and Stevens 173 Hickman.

the Florida Gators here later Warren Tiller pre-war Orlando ,I quarter.fourth string using mixtures but opened [AP Photo]. Monday night Sept. 29. "We held a good scrimmage session O'Neils break-away runner and
on." I I High School star, will probably be in'the second half -- ---- I, The Giants play at Boston that yesterday which gave us a I the fifth returning letterman in
Serving with Gen. Chmn. Conway one of the starters at an end position up once two more night, and Los Angeles is at PIttsburgh. better idea on how the boys were I the backfield, weighs 150 pounds
for
mill be Chmn. Bob Ham- for the game. while Dick Texas'more scores.use of passes was Large Field Hand for Today'sStock stacking up."They're. i and will alternate with Buford.
mond of the publicity* commIttee '!Pace Tavares High Schools All- sparing completed on I bigger and more ex- j i The Tigers suffered a setback
noticeable Layne five (
Chmn. Pat Pattillo of the ticket I Southern back two years ago. is : I perienced this season but we've ". Friday night when Paul Railsback.
Texas
committee. Chmn. Bob Bishop of i I also slated to make the trip. : of used six a passes total for of 12 69 passes yards com- Car Skeeter Race Events Villanova Mauls got a long way to go. and 111 I promising fullback. suffered a

the half-time entertainment program Pattillo announced that ticket pleting eight for 114 yards. \ \ be able to say more after I've I shoulder injury. The extent of

committee Chmn. Carlisle sales for the game would open The Texas forward vail was a I Lead-footed drivers from three Southeastern States seen them up against Lee" '; the injury was not known, but it
Hushes of the stadium arrangements Oct. 1. and that details of the sale O'Neil
rock wall. yielding a net 27 yardsto will gather here today for a 75-mile stock car and skeeter explained. I was expected to keep Railsback
committee and Chmn Louis would be announced
soon. Lack of shelved for several weeks.
of the hotel food' the Raiders. at Azalea Driving Park at 2 I Mariners 60-0 reserve strength may I
Trspp and com racing program p.m. prove to be Orlando shortcomingthis Lee opened its season against

mittee. Tony Penna Takes I Although a good-sized portion of the field expected to I I season but for 12 men-and, Jefferson in Tampa last night andis
Conway said be bad already Iowa Wallops number close t&38 drivers for today's championship events as ONeil says 12 men only-the rumored to have one of the
been assured. by Coach: Ray I Bear 1 VILLANOVA. Pa. tAP
strongest Outfits in the conference.
Lead in I were unable to attend time trials*
I, Georgia were conducted yesterday. leashing an array of backs un-I' Tickets Ready !
I North DakotaIOWA
Link TournamentI I Track officials reported that the finesse and power behind a Season tickets for Orlando '
Azalea oval, one mile in length StandingsFLORIDA I
CITY. Ia. tAP A big. wart line, Villanova's Wildcats high School's football scheduleare
I ATLANTA LAP Tony Penna bruising Iowa football squad fired came through the storm with fly- spelled trouble for future oppon- on sale at Johnson's Men'sShop
shot near perfect golf from tee to ing colors and was drying cu: on Orange Ave. The tick-
its first 1947 Thunderbolts yester- '
STATE LEAGUE ents yesterday as they walloped
Jo fast They predicted a fast traci:
ets are priced at S6. The Tigers
yesterday to post a third- day and struck the bulls-eye nine ,
s. I green .
for today card. GEORGIA-FLORID LEAGUE I the Merchant Marine Academy of play six at Greater Or-
I times for a 59 to 0 victory over an games
round five-under 66 and take
euSpks par under manned North Dakota Buddy Schumann, Charlotte, PLA10FFGainesville ; Kings Point, N. Y.. 60 to 0, before : lando Stadium this year, openIng -
I the lead by three strokes in the I
I State eleven. X. C., speedster was installedas ( meets Moultrie at an opening day crowd of 10000. next Friday against RobertE.

North Fulton $10,000 Open Tour- Iowa powered and passed its the favorite today. Schumannis I Moultrie tomorrow night in firstI The Wildcats, wholl openArmy's Lee of Jacksonville.

nament at 208. way to an impressive triumph before reported to have purchasedthe : at West Point
I Tommy Wright. gangling youngster 31.050 fans a record opening stock car belonging to I game of series]. season next Bengals have rigged themselves upa
-"::; from Knoxville Tenn. knocked game attendance for the Hawks. Marion McDonald Orlando ace. Saturday, used the first stringersless fairly strong machine. The big-

a.t---: I around in 70 for a second place Coach Dr. Eddie Anderson whose Consolation heats and championship NATIONAL EAGUEToday's than half of the game but gest weakness on. the squad is at
. I total of 211. one shot in front of team has been tabbed as the dark races in both the skeeter I Games poured through the Mariner line the end positions.
..: I Cary Middlecoff of Memphis. horse of the Big Nine race. used Probable pitchers: almost at will. Only in the third Two weeks ago O'Neil decided to
and stock events will be staged.
Tenn.. and George Payton of his starting lineup and a few of car F, Boston at Brooklyn Spahn I period when the third and fourth shift Capt. Art Ross from his half-
\ Han1 ton. Va. They also had 70 the other near regulars only in the Racing Dir. Paul Bates' announced. (19-101 vs. Branca (21-11 I teams were on the field, did Jordan back post to a defensive end position MfJI
I Jimmie DeMaret. who teed off first half. Skeeter entries were expected i Philadelphia at New York (21]- Olivars boys fail to score. and yesterday as result of the
in II I from Casselberry George Tidd, Rowe (14-91 and Donnelly ((4-61 The No. 1 eleven directed by a lack of experience in his line
the lead. slipped to 73 for a
WE NOW HAVE A I, Orlando: Turk Adkins. Jimmy I ,os. Poat (4-11 and Jansen (19-5. fine master of the "T"" in Bill O'Neil moved Center Britt Simms
I third round total of 213. and a tie ,I I
Thomas, Preston Arnold, Sam '
tallied in the first out to a flank job.
Doherty once
I with Johnny Palmer of Badin. Missouri Easy Pittsburgh at Cincinnati! (21-
I N. C. Palmer had a regulation 'Funarri and John Fortenberry. Higbe (13-151 and Queen (3-7 or period. and then turned the game "This may be temporary butwe're Li
: Cocoa; Mac Richardson. H. R to tha second and third to try Simms out.We've .
Blackwell (21-81 over going
GOOD ASSORTMENTOF Sewell ((6-41 vs.
I Others in the top ten at 216 were '
Munuci. St. Augustine and four "
elevens, who three to. O'Neil declared.
Avery Beck of Raleigh, N. C.. the 19-0 Victor and Walters (8-81. pushed across get
from the Hot Rod Racing Club
national public links runnerup I Chicago at St. Louis Browy touchdowns to make the half- Hugh Buford another halfback .
II with 70; Lloyd Mangrum of Chicago COLUMBIA. Mo. I lAP Missouri in Miami. (8-121 vs. Brecheen (15111AMERICAN' time score 27-0. and a letterman will play a defensive ',. .
PLIERS Stock entries include
University Reserves shared the car ,, : LEAGUE tackle position while
,with 73; Lew Worsham of Oak-
Shumann and Glenn Dunawav i
I mont. Pa., current U. S. open spotlight with first stringers yes- Charlotte Fireball Results Yest rda,. Danny Foster Wins O'Neil experiments with his materiaL -
I titust,. with 73: Pete Cooper of terday as the Tigers subdued an : Roberts. Day- Philadelphia 3. New York 2. Chandler Aiken was trans
Vedra offensively futile St. Louis Billi- tona Beach; Bill Blair. High Point, Washington 6-2. Boston 3-7 ferred from guard to tackle last
Ponte Fla., with 73; and I Washington Race
Gene Dahlbender of Atlanta, with ken football team 19 to 0 in their N. C.: Glen-Allen. Atlanta: Jimmy Detroit 3, Cleveland 2. [Second week.OTIeil's.
I Lewellen. Tacoa Ga Bill Trice '
I 72. season opener. ; games called in ninth tied 5-51. ,, WASHINGTON [API Danny starting lineup will
I The Tigers were up against a Brunswick, Ga; Bill Snowden, St. Louis 5. Chicago 3. j" average around 158 pounds in the i
I
ADJUSTABLE Foster, who learned about speed ,
Mac Richardson and Paul Pappy.St. line
: line that outweighted them but Today's Games but will soar to slightly over
Seal l Pitcher BoughtIn managed to make their open styleof Augustine: Max Fench, ll. B i Probable pitchers: : while flying a P-38, skimmed over 169 pounds when Jimmy Hickman

play payoff.Missouri Michaels, Paul Sanborn, Cecil j New York at Philadelphia- the Potomac at 70.2 miles an hour

WRENCHES Pittsburgh Deal sported a 7-0 lead at Dobson and Louie Taylor, Orlando Bevens (6131'S.. Coleman (6-11J 'Ii 1 yesterday to win the first heat In I \ 15
the half over the team they were and Paul Boon Marietta i I or McCahan (1041.Washington Sportsmen Plan '
I PITTSBURGH I API The free- marked to beat by two touch- Fla. I at Boston Scarborough the President's Cup Regatta. I i I I
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4'Mo 16" Foster drove Miss Peps V. owned
spending Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday '
downs. ((4-141 vs. Dobson (17-71. :, For Annual Meet
Dossin Brothers of
I parted with another bale of I' by the Detroit
St. Louis at ((21
Chicago- San-
dollars Bob of Miami Tampa Win to a thrilling victory over Guy
to acquire Chesnes ford (6-151 and Zoldak (8-91 I Exec. Sec. H. Stuart Johnstonof
vs.
the San Francisco Seals 26- South Carolina 27-6 Lombardo who was piloting Miss
a the Orange County Sportsmen'sAssn.
Gillespie (5-71 and Haynes
year-old righthander they regardas FIL Series GamesMIAMI (12-161 Great Lakes. Lombardo was 75 .. yesterday said a 10membercommittee
BAILEY MOTOR "just about the best pitcher in Victor yards, or approximately two seconds would meet at noon
Newberry Cleveland at Detroit Black
: (API The Miami Tour- THE
the behind as the 700-horse-
minor leagues. ,Tuesday at the Southland Restau-
CO. The deal which will bring Chea- COLUMBIA S. C. (AP] The ists squeezed out a 4-3 victory ((10-121 vs. Newhouser (15-171. i power boats roared down to the ,rant to shape plans fpr the "larg-

EQUIP. ass from the coast league team to University of South Carolina over the pennant winning Havana i I finish of the 15-mile test. The est annual rally in the history of
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
the Buccos next Spring also Involved Gamecocks finally got a sluggish Cubans in the third Shaughnessy 1
78 N. Garland St. I four Pirates players. Neither offense rolling yesterday for a 7-6 playoff game here yesterday. I Vnt r*u. i I The committee includes Pres.
tl.lIIt I HITUU IS..I'ds
I the amount of money paid victory over the Newberry Indiansin i 1 Timpa I. Miami Brack. 1 (Tamp leads 5-il."t). Auburn Tigers Lose I Jim Conley Iznmed. Past Pres. FLANNEL
Phone 8136 Orlando. Fla. for Chesnes nor the Pirates who the season opener for both TAMPA tAP] Charlie Cuellar, I [I Tom Starling, John Hand. Bob
will go to the Seals were revealed. teams. batted and pitched the Tampa When Brooklyn and Boston Two-Letter Regular Hayes. Rudy Coward Billy Ful-

South Carolina uncovered two Smokers to a 4 to 3. 11-inmng ; played a 26-innin 1-1 tie game on AUBURN. Ala. [UP] The Au- ford. Dr. Leland Daniel Tom Den-
I I speedy and fancy-stepping fresh- win over the Miami Beach Falmingos May 1. 1920. Cadore of Brooklyn burn Tigers lost another key lineman mark. Dick Tucker and H. R. I You-the well dressed man

JOIN NOW : man backs in Fred Bargiacchl of in the second game of their 'and Oeschger of Boston pitchedthe yesterday as doctors ordered f Cloud. of America .

Memphis, Tenn.. and Bishop semi-final playoff series. entire route without relief. I 185_pound guard Floyd Younginer<<: j

Strickland. Bargiacchi scored the of Macon Ga.. to hang up his I YOU NAME IT I
first touchdown on a brilliant 26 cleats because of high blood pres- GAINESVILLE! Johnson The mill-Worumboandthe
Florida Anglers Association yard second period dash. ': Postponements in FSL Playoff sure. Younginer a junior was Florida end candidate has five maker-Michaels-Stern
0 A second Gamecock march carried about to begin his third consecu- I nicknames: Shadrack Zero Son
I from the South Carolina 18 and Jake. : are two convincing reasons
tive season for the Plainsmen I Ronnie
Be Eligible to Compete in the I to the Newberry three but Hank Series Under Investigation I why this New Yorker Flannel -

i cepted an Atwell pass on his goal ,, )(. }(. Jf.. )(. )(. : is the suit for you. It
Witt the Indians' big star inter- ST. AUGUSTINE [AP] Hobson T. Cone, president of has triple acceptance for
I
CASH PRIZE $50)000 CASH PRIZE line Newberry's and sprinted lone score.100 yards for i; the St. Augustine Baseball Association, said last night ;', casual. business, and semi-

that the postponement of the St. Augustine-Gainesville formal wear. A year 'round

LAKE APOPKA, FISH RODEO Record Attendance Seen I, game last Wednesday night was under investigation. I' suit-it is just the right

F ;! The head of the St. Augustine club had previously disclosed -i weight for all but the hot-

Two Semi-Annual Rodeos ; For Hurricane Opener i iI that a strong complaint had< ; ATLANTICCHEMICALS test of temperatures. Like
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I: officials predicted yesterday Herlong over the day's delayin team when the !
fielding
a game
Charter $6.50 Yorker wears well. It will
Memberships
: the sixth of the final I
per year I football I game I
that the opening game could have been played Cone
playoffs of the Florida X" not shine and wrinkles disappear -
Shaughnessy : ,
here next Friday against Baylor i advised the league head. i

After Nov. 1st $7.50 Per Year University of Texas would see the State League. four I Con said last night he felt the : I over-night:: if you
Gainesville won the series,
attendance in the historyof it And it
largest whole situation should be looked i hang properly.
: to three.
the school. Over 22.000 seats I games The mixup which resulted into because "things haven't been' I will fit you superbly, because .

Opening Day of First Rodeo-November 1st''I had remaining been sold 1,500 thus reserved far and and 10-the umpire in postponement of a just right in our opinion." I I carefully woven flannel -

000 general admission seats were game in the DeLand-Gainesville 4: 616 S. HUGHEY ST. I accepts hand-tailored

Write Wire or Call expected to be sold within the next I, series it was is learned also under from investigation Cone. Hoag, Morgan Fined ; i refinement, perhaps better
few days. *'
OFFICES I He said the umpire mixup inquiry -c: [ACROSS STREET FROM OLD LOCATION than any other type of

Hotel Phone 2-0117 had been underway from the For Series Conduct fabric.
Angebilt
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president of the national association [Soec ol to The Sunday Sentinel'StorJ 4 -
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300,000MIAMI of professional baseball SILVER SPRINGS Florida Both single and double
MAIL WITH $6.50 TO I I State League Pres. Syd Herlong I PHONE 2-1032
TAP! The Florida International leagues and that the St.Augustine SAME *'
Florida Anglers Association Inc. i League topped its last Club had asked that the St. Au- I announced at league headquartershere 4: breasted styles.
,season's attendance mark by more F gustine-Gamesville postponement last night! that he had fined I

Angbllt Hotel Orlando. Fla. than 300.000 admissions but did be probed at the same time. Gainesville Mgr. Myril Hoag $50 *

;not equal the record for a Class C I Cone said he had a telegram I and Gainesville infielder Rusty i 55.00
I Hereby Apply For 1 Year's Membership in The FLORIDA iloop. Pres. Wayne Allen announced that "Mr. Trautman office :Morgan $10 for conduct during

ANGLERS ASSOCIATION And Agree To Abide By All Of I yesterday. The loop drew a total of I saying is conducting .the investiga I the St. Augustine-Gainesville se- We Are Making'Regular' Truck Deliveries *
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Its Rules And ReguaUons.Naiae : ..885080 fans in the season just i tion." I ries. I Also Transcontinental
'closed compared to 548,843 last League president Herlong could: Hoag was fined for his part ina I

I year. not be reached for comment.In pre-grame scene with Saint Mgr. -fc and Shipments. Please Continue To Call Tweed 45.00
Please Print the protest lodged with Her-I Don Anderson. Pres. Herlong describing I

Address CARROLL TO COACH long. Cone said: Hoag's part as "conduct

I -rISIIERUAtrHt City SOUTH ORANGE. N. J. (API "Our team was on the field and detrimental to baseball. Morganwas 4:- Upon Us As In The Past. Thanks. *
KIND or Owen Carroll former major league ready to play at the scheduled I fined for making undignified 4rt/lJall z 22/e.

Un Bait (3 Bait Caster ( 1 Fly LI _.---- -f 1 pitcher who saw service witn D- time of 8 clock. The umpireswere motions at spectators last Tuesday ,1; 1otb1cr & ea. / .

Signature ,_ _,_, ..,_, ___- --- -_ Date --- troit. the Yankees. Cincinnati and on hand and pronounced the night. Both fines were paid *) *
: Brooklyn. yesterday was appointed field fit for play but only half of I under protest, according to I

baseball coach at Seton Hail the Gainesville team was' on hand. Gainesville Business Mgr. Parks > 20S N. Orange Are. __
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Meet Set Here Air Defense Command's games in one day.

Grid Place National Softball Tourney will be Vicing( with the ADC Hq. clubs
TieupDETROIT be the two lead.
meet will
Park Oct. in the
Exposition
Still unfurled at
Beaten
[API Eddie Mayo's Oct. 2 122The 6 to Oct. 11. inclusive. over the :' ing arrays of the First Air Force,
N. Y. Seccnd Air
10th inning single with the bases double elimination route. 14th Ft. Slocum p

Loops Open UpForty loaded enabled the Detroit Tigersto annual Perishable Shipping Air Force Hq. announced yester Force Offutt Field. Omaha

Il I climb into a tie for second Passes BusherNEW I Season Inaugural Golf Tourna- day. Xeb..Field Fourth San Air Francisco.Force Hamilton CaL.

place in the American League by ment of the Florida Traffic Golfer's Fourteen teams the championand Brooks

schools entered in five beating Bob Feller and the Cleve- held here at Or- runner-up nines from each ofADC's 10th Air Force Field
will be
Assn. 11th
,; high school football conferences I land Indians 3 to 2 in the first six subordinate commandsand San Antonio Tex., Air

: ; .' half of a doubleheader yesterday.The YORK TAP] As might be lando Country Club perennialscene the two top clubs from ADC Force Harrisburgr, Pa., and the
with
in Central Florida or representatives when the fair sex gets together Orlando. FU.
expected 14th Air Force
Tigers had eight hits and the of the event Oct. 21-22 Hq., Mitchell Field Long Island
in this area will seeS Hutch- the ladies of the turf it out for the dia- Since the Army frowns on its
Indians but six off Freddie Vice-Pres. Fred E. Godfrey of the N. Y.. will slug
action this weekend. For most of inson. popped up with some unexpectedantics 'I mond-ball championship of the athletic units participating in
Orlando division of the association
Beldame Handicapat
in the
them it will be their initial outing The second game was halted by ADC. purely commercial ventures no

the 1947 The past !t darkness at the end of nine innings Aqueduct yesterday but. thanksto announced yesterday. The ADC has allotted only six admission will be charged
for season. didn'tgo
But Why Not. the day
said headquarters for throughout the tourney and the
'' with the score knotted at Godfrey playing days to the tournament
weekend saw Frostproof measure' completely out of hand. "of to play public is cordially invited to at-
5-5. the large field growers, ship- and it will be necessary"
outsider
18-0 Cocoa and Kis- MUST GAME !'' Snow Goose a 17-to-l ''tend.
Auburndale, ; |t ( more than the customary two
CLEVELAND 4A) DETROIT (A] ''started the dizzy whirl off by pers and transportation men who -
simmee battled to a 6-6 tie; the aleS. al) sbrECa.
and
Gallorette Honeymoon -
will be set
whipping will enter the event up
1 1 I I ,
)tltcbeu.If 6 I 1 5 MIL.k..s.1 3
A Orlando High "B" Cubs and Titus- itk1ch.cf5sII .1 lctrant... i.iii in the first section. Then at the Fort Gatlin HoteL Girls Sought For

ville likewise ended up in a tie. ..cIwarduf 6 S 1 1 I'MaY1l.2b' a. 1 1 1B..uth.au. i however. But Why Not came along Selma Named
.. 6' 1 1 111ru.rf) 4 1 4 whis- Tom Cancelmo of Orlando a director -
take the second half by a
to
trimmed I I MIS 111\'ak..lcLlf' I I
Groveland 't.mlD&.11I
and
1212. the
of the association. won
Loop
Volleyball
"'ellaer. b 4 S S I liKen. 3b 4 S 1 I .1'
Trenton, 27-0 in a light season- ___.210 4 1 I 4 lIE..cr 4 1 If.H ker.Gallorette finished second in the tourney in 1945 first year play was Tourney Site
...... I" I I 1'Il'ullDlmr.lb I I I 1. 5.Iwk resumed after the while B. C. Girls of all ages interested In
schedule. 1 I S I first half three lengths back with war ,
opening 1 S S S 'bOUtlaw' S
volleyball are urged to
playing re-
. Steck of Orlando won the event :
1..n.r.
Both Central Florida representatives R.ta.ki.siII.llR.sft. Camargo another practically unknown The annual Southeastern POA ;
& l .. .. I HutehDs8.. 4Tat. ;port' to the Armory Tuesday and
in the Big Ten Conferencepry .!_ .! !I ! .. third. Honeymoon fadedto last year. Open GOlf Tournament will be 1 j I Thursday when practice sessionsi

FLORIDA'S OUTSTANDING High. School football player of the lid off their 1947 season i ." :u I Siizi 51 ToItJa i I IIona S eighth and Cosmic Missile man- ['
,- out S1WS IDDID' rua ICOtId.Flled : played at Selma. Ala.. on Oct. 10- will be held from 7 to 9 p.m.
i
J 1947 will be awarded the second annual Silver Springs trophy, this week. Coach Paul O'Neil's Or- ,- out 'or H...... Ia ItS aged a poor sixth. Catherine McDermott. head of the'city's
i Lenczyk Cops Champagne. PGA sec
lando High Tigers open their slate b-Ra. lor CI&lI......... Ia 10,5. 12, Denny 'f
Willis Andersen of Sanford now en- :::. For Gallorette it meant $10- [ girls' recreation program
held here by Hazel Day, at home Friday night against a f c Sate oo error for Lake' IB 1Mb.riLniud retary for this region, announced
eoe *1* Ml 5-1 000 second money and boosted !said: yesterday.
roiled at Auburn. won the 1946 trophy. strong Robert E. Lee of Jacksonville Detroit. 10* .!. OM I-I \ her earnings to $337,685' to become Canada CrownTORONTO i yesterday. An eight team. league is plannedand
,,. Gordon,
ta Feller.
the Error: Kolt. Buna batted : I
who
eleven got jump on ttaaefield. E..... Mijo. Tvo-ba bits: Gordon I queen of all galloping j A total of $2,000 will make up1 this total may be raised to 12
mos.t of the circuit clubs by battling maketleld. Lake H_ run: 1:..... Sacrifice
olddiKEers. passing( the $334.035 TAP] Grace Len- sufficient number of
said.
should
in M. 1. Swift t. Double plan; Firming. Bon- ; the prize fund. Champagne a
Jefferson High of Tampa T <
Dunne Gets Real Test area* and Firming. ; Boudreau. Gordon and I bankroll that Busher had piledup czyk 20-year-old golfer from New- Three champions will be girls attend the practices. Four

Joey J a loop clash last night. Fleming; Xeltner and : Left oo bam: to be top moneywinningmember in ton. Conn., won the Canadian teams have already expressed a
:
Over at Lakeland Coach Ken demand I.4 Detroit. Strikeout T. Baaea. Feller. balk 1. HuichtnaoB, Feller f.HulrtuowB 1 of her sex. Ladies Open Championship yesterday -: crowned he added. There will be willingness to join the circuit:

Hoyt is drilling his light and small 3. Paiaed ball: Heaaa. Vmpjrea loon. Hub- Bridal Flower finished second to I defeating Mrs. F. J. Mul- ': an open champion the winner of these being American Fire Ocoee.
Preadnaught squad for their opener bard. Burley and Berry. Time: I:18. I II I
BurkeMondayNiteIrish But Why Not with Miss Grille I Queen of Toronto, the defending the PGA event which will be re- |Pick's and Kress.
Against at Miami Thursday against I 12 and 11 in the 36- I I II I
(SICONDSAME) third and EIpls fourth in the second champion. I and the
stricted to members
Miami Edison. Hoyt's club failed CLEVELAND (AI DUIIOIT (A) I I half. i> hole finals. i iI |i

to "win a single game last year and I sirlual. aluhla I senior championship limited to \: AT THE SIGN OF THE
Jacksonville middleweight I I )1Itd>.II.1f 5 I I I .ILaIlt... I A I I 1
Joey Dunne. popular I Hoyt sees an even lighter and Mtktkttcf I 1 I 1 .''dMulU" 1. S S S I players 50 years of age and over. SILVERSA\V

meets his sternest test to date in an Orlando ring tomorrow !,: greener team this year. F.cIw.rd..rf 4 1 1 I SWSS..a, S S S S S ,' The annual business meeting Emblem of Perfrrtion 1.ladain..Fihnc .
Ios0a.... 4 S I I )1.Ja.II: 4 1 1 I 4Fle0ILlb
when he meets Jimmy Burke, hard-hitting West Palm I Some 38 smaller schools will I a 515 II\\ert".rf I 1 5 I 5 'I Major League Averages ;, and election of officers will be !\
Barnes' KIuar.sb. 4 S 1 a 3lWak..1d.lf 4 1 I I S < staged on the night of Oct. 10. Paul H. Estcbrook
of Promoter hit the the
main event Doug also gridiron
the over
Beach basher. in C.-.:.. 4 I 1 I S'5.Ii.3S' 4 S I S 4
card at the Legion Arena. I weekend. On tap are fcur conference H.t.nr 45145k.es.qf 41145 i ".eeerea Include DAY Gaatei Played Seat. 17NATIONAL Rxoro-a iwluda DAY ..... pI30d S..f. 17 Champagne concluded. FLORIDA SAW SERVICE
American Legion in the IA_.. 4 2 2 2 IIc'.II..1II 4 115 :: I LEAGUE CLUB BATTINGClnk AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING 319 Long St.-Rear
and Burke are scheduled encasements 6.tt'Ip S S S S *'...tn.r 2 5 5 1 1 a Ak R H 2k 3k Hr Rbi) Sk Pet. Cluk 6 Ak R H Zk 3k Mr Rki Sk P t. '
Duane Central Florida Conference with I"'''.'' lSS.S 80ft. HII 19fi lhi 1:111: lIt I U 44 *15 54 .:.6 j >. Irk 147 V<14 7** 13;** III M 111 TIT 2* ..274BmUMl Assault! Works Mile
to cUh in an rtcht-round bout rated by Barnes as a "natural." two of the circuit's elevens 1\\"I&.r.. 1. 1 1 Slrrost.p ,I B 101.II" 49'S H' s.3t: 4. 77 .:' II .:H II* S42 Wt 1JJ3: 11 M IM $U 3$ ..21tlerliKt ;
card go- 4'44 (47 1:10. 21* 41 11* :5.7 23 .;:tI1
tfcat .UI headline a 28-round 1551 I., N York III 1171 7'tS 3755 254 23' 732 79 2731, lit :
at 8:30 Two four-round bouts will com ing out of the loop for their I iHouUemn I S S S S Si. a.. 113 4315 III 1112 704 :; lIP SS2 25 167P1,11. ri-icaiv lt< 49J, 5ln !*! 3* 44 491 ** .2 IIIt Armed To Run PrepNEW Ebert's Trailer Rentals
Uted to let under way : opposition.The IbHutrhtmn 15155 111 4543! 187 1311 \** M 14* 454 2 3 23 mrait 14* 49T1 115 I?!* 212 M IM. (21 4* .131rtiila. ;
plete the card. j loot!.. S 1 5 I I (,11IrUL Ill 51a8 In 234 13* :3* .2 " pjn.Tl East Florida Conference hasa ITracki.p 15555 Phil.. U. 4173 5.1 1365 1'9 41 34. In 14 .214 I ICb..o IIi ElI 4M 1151 173 41 :3* 42. 47 .:U YORK CAP' Robert J.I
tw. mlddlevrrlihti weremaUh4 Danny Brazirl rough-and- -----1 ----- in HIS 3331253201 U 41 SOl IIBrooklyn :33 !t. .. 144 i!li .n HIT 17* 4* K VII *2 .238 Kleberg's Assault worked a mile'

alter fans had clamor tumble Jacksonville masher like billing four loop clashes ToUla< 15 1 11 1151| Tnala SI I t 27 11 I AMERICAN LEAGUECLUB FIELDING in 1 ::42 3/5 on Belmont Park's: HOUR-DAY-WEEK

rtf fr a ikMrtinc. Dunn Is undrftatrd meets Jimmy Savage, a capable i, and two clubs in non-conference a GraunJcil into? double pin for SalTs la rib.IIIlnlod Cluil NATIONAL. LEAGUE II PO CLUB A E FIELDING OF P0.St. Club ti PO A 1 01' I'd main track yesterday in prepara- Corner Garland & Colonial Dr.TELD'BOXE .
tussles. Eight of theRidge Conference 1..I.nd ItS 365' 16U 14 lU .303p.55
lost (
twre while Burke for Kmmroun la ItS.5.san
11' : for his special race against 9248
LIIotIa HJ 1513 l'iI n. .51507 tion
while Jack I
_
Orlando .511Hosto.
7 1447 1'1 UI
slugger will be : York Hi 369
I elevens in action for HnuMreon In S>b.4lustS .
derMon to Uf 3'104 111.7 11* 111 *TMM
an tlibt-r.und __ ..174st that next Satur-
for Laka. la Itb. IV 11': 15:3: 124 151 Armed on strip
Johnny Daprre of Tampa last Emanuel, returning to the ring within the circuit while Frostproof wit .. Cincinnati IS5 3014 134 12* ..971Fidisdouphi. | _. Loula __ 1t4 311 1542 1:3 In .'111 I i !
Scar bmUD. :
111 3'1"1 tell 13* 13! ..514CbitIl day.
with injured i goes outside to take on Arcadia. __ __Ml **> IOO S Phil... ____ 1111 Ptl U" 126 ns ..577Wuhingt.s '
week. wars after a siege Clantand U1 3'\33' l1a in m ..171N. I IPtttiburfh. Ie scheduled
__ Meantime Armed's
.. 0,5" 205 a] -aICalted 1t3 3753!: H:3 13" 135 .971CIkao
Jimmy Lardeke. up-and-coming bands tackles Joe Kojo. highly I! River Games Conference scheduled find in Okeechobee the Indian Detroit. .. Ux -.54 .( lbs' *tk baeaoM of datEMitebrit Pttt.bath. YorkBoston III 317 3749 355 1435 I'.40 130 15 m ::: \ ,. t"ill 35 3135;1 111 IOIU H3 U2 1\1 IM: ..II'73Datre ,I : final serious tune-up for the $100- IFAIII! )) CO)

in the H4 3rn liU lIT 11. ..k1Tripli : 000 meeting with Assault a
bumps rated Tampa boxer open WMEmm
eight
little Orlando fly* visiting Titusville in a league contest :; : Bunt balled I.: Boudrtaa T '_- Cblrafo :. St. L uls. Trip) .Iu-'bk.ao. written
into a rutted' opponent In Al bout. Edoarda: t. Mildwll. Kill t. Cnllcnbin 1\ert... I| specialsixfurlong race
I ing I 1 and Rick Gillespie's Mel- Tm-baia hltalAtaaH.. Cullnbliw. 1o1<....td. I I AMERICAN! LEAGUE INaiVIDUAL into Belmont's program for tomorrow REPAIR SERVICECall
Alamo a Tampa product. In a six- i Reserved ringside tickets will bourne eleven tangling with the &,.U. T_-_ hit. Ltmam. Ham* ryna: Edarda. NATIONAL LEAGUE INDIVIDUAL BATTING RECORDS i red-hot ,
... into
developed a
IS er Mere G. -
bout "while Phil tUoubl plan:
SarrtflraMttaottrh "
round supporunc BATTING HECORDS
>
takes sell at $2 for this fight but I Orlando High JayVees on the for- Lemon. Gordon and Firming; Gordon. Boudrean II er Mere 6.... Player.civfc G Ak H 2k 3k kr rkl P>. affair of its O'A-d. with Polynesian, "Scotty" ofBRITT'S
0:?. Winter Park slammer general admission ducats will remain mer's field Thursday night and Fleming; Kf liner. Oordoo and Flemlne.I Playar-Cluk G Ak H H 2k 3k kr rill 1'.. : link. X.Y. 121II 21 5 a 1 13 3Uiihimi. I, Indicate running. 8943
of Jackson- \\ Bo. 147 4K 117 lg 37 T :3* lit .339M Ensueno; and
I
en Andy Anderson I WEEKEND GRID CARD Clevelind I. Ixtntt. Ba 5
at $1.Double. I Left on buss: I Sain Breton 37" 11 14 I 5 IS .3(1
I ... :312 71 1":1" 5 1 44 .:i' 356 No. Orange
till In another six-round so. alG TEN CONFERENCE balls Lemon S. Trout :2, Hostt... 1. flrimeouu I w.usRt l. Phila.! Ill i
Is Lee (Jax)-at Orlando. : Leos t. Gettd I. Trovi 1. Hmmeman. L Uxila.Phila.I 14* SI I 81 IM 1* IS 1 M .34% \\niln." ybL its :71 44 121 12 S 4 II ..iiPnkr. Lame
The ledeke-Alonzo tussle Lakeland at Miami Edison. Hilt: off Lemon t In 7 2-1 Inning.; Uettet I in i I P. MrCoemlrk, Boa. ll< **l (7 17 23 M .SJ Free America .
_. ----- Jay Whips CENTRAL FLORIOA CONFERENCE 1 1-1 Trout 1* tn 2oiitteman S la 1 1-1; Phil.-Boo. n :" s* 53 :. j s 41.331 I'.,, ,. gt. L 37 4* 13: 4 5 5 I .a::* CAMDEN N. J. IAPJ Calumet
I Clermont at Wmter Park. Trucks' I in L "Innlrat' Hubb.nl. Hurley Berry Viurh.n., Bkln. a; it :t 41 I 2 I :. .331 5.1!!. Detroit 143 5i4 "JIII S i U .3:1 :, I
S\ Clout at Winter Garden.St. and "Jonei.Arkansas. P.d..... Phil. lit 144 14 47 T 1 5 2* .':!I IMMasjto.N) T. 11* 5U8 94 163 3* 1* 11 93 %I5I1t..lI. Farm's highly regarded twoyearold RENTAL TRAILERSill
RUPTUREDTW Camden Cle. Ill 441 M 141 IS S 1 3: ..t.
Fervent at :
James at Apopka.Umatilla turned
\ Irdwlrk. ltL. .19 lii< 1* U 11 I I 28 .3H colt Free America up
.. .
at Ocoe.. 5.44- CI. 138 497 11 151 43 1 I 63 .11.Appiln. *
Mr' D.bbs Tras* U mtflTeM.auIbi.s. 'Webster at Mount Dora. ,. .1t1 ; : : : .. 'ni. 133 199 C7 154 :. a t 43 ..39Sulll 1! lame yesterday after a six-furlonsr YOU
......... rap4.... )I. CAMDEN. N. J. tAP) Ridgewood 'Grovel.nd at BuahnEU. SwampsNorthwestern Kin. Pit' 143 133 22)11 COO 2 45 5 15.1 .:314Walker. ,... V\..... 3D: (7 1* ]' a 1. 4 .SOS breeze in 1:16 2-5 and
Ski. 1t3 so JU 31 2 .313F.llintl training
.......1. ........ al .. .laaa- Stable's Double Jay shook off a EAST FLORIDA CONFERENCE _. 142 514 pa IU n S1 14' .lIt H........ "'..... 1133 4 12 155 5.35 t HAUL
i
"' 1 wahaMe. ...ay.,.. rw raE&I I, bold challenge from CalumetFarm's DeLand at Eustis. I BVosper.. I lii313 : HootcillVeL il 9 i 7 2, > X 3 IS ..303IQ..In. : may not start again this year. !
I .. .sMa.s. .... wrhe .. pbo.s. ... Hew Smyrna Beach at Mainland (Daytona j Gal... nri"Z : r..: ; n i; : : 57 :.3t1Batsor. I I ) ., N Y. Ill 494 '9* 13 11 ILl 77 .34rrrr.ll. I IT
.-. ..... Tr.... II t.&t_ Csrt.u.r I Fervent to win the $30.000 Beach). skits JU S11 a1''I' 3! I 5 41.*50 ', w.... 37 II 1* 3* 11 B S 12 .33Jobnaon. 1 DANGEROUS ANYWHERE to -r:
., 1 I Jersey Handicap yesterday at Garden OalnesvUle at Sanlord.Kmerlinus Bo*. U4. l111a. 1. ** i WH
a is .-- n1. R._. ST. It 54 If 3* 4 I 4 j3I'ttHoIat. P. IT'
State Park. Fervent got almost (St. Augustine) at St. Paul 'Louisiana StateFAYETXTVILLE. IU 351 a. U. S! I 5 fA .351k.eoaskl. Hodsln. <'<14: &. N 177 ti M 5 4 -4 29* GAINESVILLE-During the 46
on even terms with the Win- 'WUd ood at Leesburt.Bunnell I Ark. IAPJArkansas' it. T II' stS 13. 111S 5.. In .350 .. N. T. IK S15; 13 133: 31 11 14 94 ..297Lttn.
ner in midst retch then hung under at Palatka. "..1.1. fl..'. L. U' 345 101 IAr 31 12 19 6 r .::1.4G..Unt. beu: 117 422 it 12* 22 4 9 :1 .tat I,. Hal Griffin scored on punt TRAILER
TERMITE CONTROL RIDGE CONFERENCE Southwest Conference Pitta. 141 5111 .8 111t 5 8 58 ,.34)3SiuI. : Mets! Boa Ill t.-e *g l4 12 11 ..355I)4I1)gat. runbacks of 98 and 87 yards and SERVICE
heavy import finishing two 11'il1 11 13* % 3 35: ..294Peck.
Auburndale at Mulberry. co-champion Razorbacks used a'' Boot. 001" 'M4 52 1111J 4 5 f4 sat: ) 74. L. : : 2 St.
M TEAKS or DEPENDABILITY"' and a half lengths back. Ft. Meade at Lake Wales. sub- Lspoint P511. 5* 1M3 3a 33: l' 1 II ..ietSIsethall Tier. Id* 57* M 11* II 1 41 ..23Bn a 74-yard run from scrimmage FaIrbanks Ave. and Clay
Double covered the mile anda Kathleen at Kl&simmee. i powerful rushing attack to ..T. HI n. '" 18$ It I 3C IU ..305Funhi. ... 5T.. 13 14* 21 41 4 1 1 17 ..23H i, and a two-yard plunge.
c.u.I. PBO.VC oa waneHILCOX Jay Haloes City at Bebrini.Frostproof due the Northwestern Louisiana .......1-. _I. U' 5&1 I:!. 111. Ie 5.. 1t.99! '.Jbo>n.:N \. 121 44 *3 133 17 7 *1 .2. 1Heian. _
furlong in 1:49 3-5 to pay back at Arcadia, State College Demons, 64 to 0. in ..-Bkln-- lit 422 CS U* 24 -T M .250 ;i F... l'httL! 1'1 4M 19 In 21 5 5 61 .261We.1L
ers $3.60 for $2. Lighthouse was INDIAN RIVER CONFERENCE Edoarrla. Bkln 121 4'>T M I'M: 14 8 77 .:*'* Dot. tJ U. :3 1 54 17 4 1 n..3745itt
Okeechobee! at Titusville. II a rain-soaked football season Klntll. Pitts. CI 21* 2J U 7 2 S 4* .25 7Parka. I ... W..... IJt 4n 5. U4 12 5 U IS .211i
third in the field of five sopho- Bar,. 21. T. 11:61.. 11 11 2 11 $II..233K.Isay.
TOH IBM* IT. 'Orlando "B" at Melbourne Thursday opener here yesterday. Chi. 1:1.1N It 1110 22 Til: 44 ..295Norther. :
mores. : Phila.ft. .- : ChL 11. III II 1:. 23: 4 I I. .:264LisdU. WANTEDRefrigeration
I .Non-conference came.*. Arkansas which won a share of Lmt 111 3.1H SX W 2* Sit.3 .;!*> i! S. Y. 1e: 452 U 1:11 I. 1 I. .a .3113I !; .
the Southwest title last year with Du.kStI.10430. 7 S* a; T I S 24 ..23Pal ,,". 1>et. 133 1'4 72 U.II I 5 41 .34! 1It. 1
iron-clad defense turned loosean >andn>. CM II 113 18 33 T 1 I 14 .2*: _. Boo_ IS 747 33 19 II I I :5 ..279hatk. : Man
an Service
I ..,. f1.1 I 11 1 2 1 11 n I
ClOY. %
.
Rikard. Pina. 12 314 K If 3 3 30 .20
Led \\n .
WHAT ISAfkODULE Lamar Murphy offense which was smooth despite LaTasethx Bkln 3* 52 5 y 111 1 I 11 29* :i IJtI.u. 80. 'ur Iii II 13z l' 5 I I! ..77631tEe41e

H : the loose footing and wet ball ', Haaa. Tine. 131 477 M 13* 17 T 3 Ir19: B.w..bilhieS.,.-- SalaryCommissionBonusMust
.' Reete.. Bkln 13* 454 PS 131 23 4 12 19 .%8' .1 52 135: 15 U C 2 5 14 ..271Risait. I
: FIL Parade caused by a driving rain. Its defense .
Batting Janet. "tU 17 45 S 13 :3 S 1 4 ..2rt !l' 7113' HI 5t4 fII Hi 21 B I 59 %" Be Experienced
was good enough to hold the '. >tn. phtia. lir SH 4* U. 11 4 5 a* ..zranauaitaltz. (: ('1. m m 1314523 529 : in
I MIAMI [API Lamar Murphy of Demons to a net gain of minus Cln. itS (2 IIi ITS 28 1 f 41 .2>7.Rnell. ki. Phil.' 11 114 73 4 I : !
Bmtoni IM >.-,: 44 11 19 S 4 17 .M I1 :i d"m: 339 34 *4 ; 1 ; 4; .277k,0 i REFERENCE REQUIRED
I ENGE1N I the Tampa Smokers won the Florida two yards and no first downs. ,(u.r. N. T. 127 5o 5P1431t t t 41215 .. 955 73 191 32 :.274Rteheus

I International League batting Arkansas registered 17 first Rnpp. BoatoB 127 42 7* IIS It 1 1 3* .!MHatton. SIL 150)11: 71141 18 323T.71.
.,,. 11 1.1 21 U I J I 3. .:7.Ilcbetl. .
Cr1' De'
Cine 11. 419 ft 14! 24 I 15 7J .:U BRITT'SFRANCHISED
crown with a hefty .354. a 21 point downs. rolled up 503 yards rushing Waltku. OIL 12* 47* 33 144 23 I I K ..2XiStall. 'j ) .. 651. 15 333 11 18 Ii 4 a 21 .372BosS. I

I margin over Woody Bottoms. of and completed two of three Branw .. 54 151 22 3 I 11 .:<5 S.T. II' T :S I 1 S 12 .372Tehb.tt.

the St. Petersburg Saints accordIng forward passes for 24 yards. The sl.ushtr O'U 137 SO* Ie 114 27 1* 5 7* ..ISJM ; I .. GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALERS
MrOatmtTk.Bostsn : Det.lb Ill 333 23 1 11 5 1 n %1'
to official figures released yes- Razorbacks were never forcedto M *7. n Tl 13 S I 3* .: 3Hennanskl. Robins,.. ICY $1714 SIll 4 : u.n.15&0t. .
terday. punt. Bkl 73 U. 34 51 TIT 3* .,J 1 1Ennli. B.-LVt, II 7.33 ; 55 13 5 3* :.255Runktaki. .
his Phila. 131 57 M HI 23 1 11 78 .!8f: }! fit. 23 :8 4 fl. 10 4 :6.: -
Ned Harris of the West Palm Coach John Barnhill kept
I Ltwrey. Chi 111 44* 55 124 17 t t M .282 : LW..... ILL 1" 3" I! II S rIle .263 1
Beach Indians was far ahead in Razorback starters under wraps : Lombard!. N:.T4* 11* I 31 S S 4 !1 ..2S2Mooe. B.kr ChI 101 ..7.It fit 11 I :1 .:84B.nk.
: home runs with 34. twice as manyas playing them no more than 10 I 8L! L. 114 43* M 121 1* 1 T 4* ..201Thoaton :< .. 1'bI1. lilt i3It I. 57 II 4 I IJ ..2611.V0
I XT 127 "9 (7 13* :I 25 7* .27> Clew. .1 113: 1 II 1 5 II ..764P561y.
ROLLINS rry ARSrrHOME runner-up Manuel Fernandez. minutes. But they managed to (lord,.. X. T. 123515 :5211111 $12 M .!n 'hi. 1311 333 51 11" 23 11 % U .:\i!

Tampa catcher. Dick Daniel of !score five times in their short- ,, Torieion. Boa. 121 37* 17 IBS 1. I 1' TS ..279Rack. I Haettey. PhIl.' 31 13 II 74 I 1 : S .71ti.
ChIc..e'I 233 1* Ii 11 2 5 12 .27 .. wiat.. 134143 1313115 1 47.255MetkIcS. :
I Fort Lauderdale had 15, while Bill lived efforts.Winter. C.... Pirn. 127 ill 7* H2 35 T IS 51 ..277Jorieraen. I! (-IC. 111 4n II 114' f I 17.tie
Fuchs of St. Petersburg and Francisco Skis. 122 417 54 115 2* S 4 ** .%761 Echo. t1'. 13' 495 4* 1:8 27 I 11 H ..n.Mulll. .
Qulcutis of Havana each )"....., Bktrn 3* fa 1* 21 1 S 4 g .27* !).. bet, 115 3'1 lIS 113:8 4 13 It .25. EXTRA MILEAGEYour
I Circuit ...Ia_. Cine 73 2'** 3:, :55 12 X 3 I* .:n ': Clr.. 123 33* 4S 87 I* I 4 1* .25:I'
: GAMESSaturday polled 14 homers. Wjnatefc. Phi. 12* 425 (5 11* 2* T t 4* .271 I IRn. Boat,. Flit!.. 1.1 355 3* 91 1* 1 I 12 .259:
t Julio Moreno of Havana won .. Boa'on .142 514 K IM 31 I S U ..26Ocheftlnz. -Ktinnrem. lIT IIS 55* Ml 144 ISJudnirh. 1 5 1* .25S
pitching honors with 19 victories Tries It AgainAfter ChL 11 3W: 11 .. 5 4 S 4* .:** at. L. 135 473 55 I!! 21 I 17 55 .259
i T_.. NT-CM 14 3.17 53 M *1 111 73 .*tI> Edvarda. Cler. 94 3nnerr. u at I' 3 11 49 .2!II
and four defeats followed bus the elements HO..M. Pitts. 71 201 2* 51 It 1 24 .:8, Boa.. 137 5.1:* 75 13S 22 P 1* 9* ..237leaner.
I foiled by
being
team-mate. Conrado Marrero. with nntltkt. Pitt. 11* las" 5* 1.. II 4 1' *7 ..2KSRUner St. L. liS 442 M 113 :laFleming. ; 9 f 44 .254;;
I in two previous attempts to N T. .13* 3.11 n 112 23 111 5* .25 1' i iAoeiaon. OCT. 91 243 M U 12Sulft. I 4 17 .%>3
25 wins and six losses. Marrero was usher In the 1947 campaign the' Chi. 37 li 17 Z* 3 3 3 1. .:67 Dec M 131 21 II 1* S 1 17 .254
Oct. University of Richmond far ahead in strikeouts with 251. i LIt.hUer.2: M 5* 4 X 1 11.:161': '
i Winter Softball League with a ,.... .... OIL 111 303 41 11 14 1 I 23 .:U :| AMERICAN LEAGUE PITCHING
4 (Southern Conference! twin bill on its docket makes an- Lanianno. C..,.. 113 4''** 31 ls 21 X s 44 .:IIS I I stiller CII... -141 315 m 137 3* 1 1* 54 ..21Zlentara Prtchor" 4 Cl.k. G la H fk fta Ct W L Pt.
stab at unveiling its season .
other
Be Faithful Noses CI. 11* 417 SS IM 17 1 1 12 .275 rhetrirb. Phil I* 57 41 31 IS t 5 1 .8U
Tuesday at Exposition Park the I I ItI!. PI.... ill 438 M 111 2* T 8 n. ,I Moulder lit. U 11 *8 71 18 21 S 4 1 ."1"
Nov. 1 1-Stetson
Saturday, University first getting under at Marion. gt. L. 137 4'J If 127 II S I M .%51 Guranen. N. T. 21 SS 7* :s :t 2 C 1 .S"
way
Out Letmenow i game Pit. it 's, 14 I': T ..770Mrsban.
Bi'dwonn. ; 24 ? 8 43 %57 BaaeM. N. T. li 13 91 3* 49 1 I
7:45: p.m. ttaratiola. PI 1. T2 171 1* 44 S I S 22 .:U Phil.. 2* 15:* 112 St 51 S 1* ..114u
CHICAGO lAP] Be Faithful In the opener. Stroud" Rexall RI..mer.t.Y.: 34 1\2 2$ 3* 1 12 .257 ,. .... 0... 14 111 121 34 Si .1. 4 ..714Hadlosas.
Saturday Nov. 15-Murray State Handler. PtU. 552(5. 17 SI I 1 44 .254 I De(. 2* MM 11 44 5 SDohaon. I ..1110
I owned by Mrs. E. E. D. Shaffer JDrug. with Pete Brown pitching : (1-sb,,,. Pitt. 123 205 72 11 13 X 25 74 .151 Bra. 11 211 191 7* 9* 14 17 f .1nk
of Lexington. Ky.. galloped to a {takes on Moses Phsrmacy- whose McC'kxiah. CM M 22* U' I. 1* 4 3 24 ..2iiTaluai. I lIsa X. T. 25u4311 77 7* 11 12Ronolda. I .Vet
I I Bk-Ct II 15 18 42 I X 1 11 ..253Sulllraa. X. T. 33 233 202 III 111: 17 IS I .ltl
nose victory in the $56,000 Haw- (mound chores will be entrusted to Pitt. 3* Si S 14 1 S I .::03 I, Chandler. N. T. 1. 12iOrermlr : .4 III .1 11 5 .432
Saturday, Nov. 22-Otterbein College thorne Gold Cup yesterday with either Ray Seals or Perry Hall. Mueller. (' ... 4 7 11 1* 4* 1* I ( 3* ..234Stankjr. *. Dec 2T 131: 12* 42 J1 f 11 5 .n"
at 9 will show Skin 11* 533 M 115 23 S I 5* ..252I Feller. Cler. 3* 171 209 IH 181 17 1* 9 .'7'
Letmenow second Stud Poker The nightcap, p.m..
I I i Usia. .. Ptiila. .7 179 21 45 11 1 1 1:5: .lil Pal. XT. I. 133 11 tit lit S 14 ."1
I third and Jack's Jill fourth in a Hill Hardware stacking up against Snider! Bkljn I.S S 17 :I 1 I..li Bane ('101. 27 14 1S7 U 4* 5 UMairhiMn. 4 ...1

Friday Nov. 28-Ohio Wesleyan I field of ten. The winner ran the I Newman Insurance. Kenny Han-t I PhIL 33 IVt lIT 13 1:1 1* 17 5 .IIIHstIWn
I NATIONAL LEAGUE PITCHING .....
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Del 3* 191 19* SI 9* IS IS 1.
(Home Coming] mile and a quarter in 2:03 1/5. sen chunking for Hill. Gene Bacon (Fitr OMIuaat ar M or.. Harder. Cl-r IS M '1 J7 19 tChmophr. 4 4 ....
; I The victory was worth $38.500. for Newman. P....... & Cluk C I. H Bk 8a fit W L P>. PbiL 42 74 .n I I 32 I 1* r .:.340tepsi.
;, kisS. CU. 00_ _. 42 "* M 51 4* 1 t X .,*. .M. 1* 227 lit .3 11 19 IS 11 .S7 '
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Ee Faithful returned $10.80 $6.80 I 1'..!. >. T. __ S 41 3t 8 11 4 4 1 ....* Johnxm, N. T. IS 31 S7 23 14 1 4 :I ..5itI
I and $5.00. The place and show In the 1946 major league AUI 1._ ?(. Y. J* 22I* S3 fi 11 1* i ..inMunter. I Hima. Boa. IS SI 42 23 IS 1 S 4.355JNm..n.

All GamesORLANDO I prices on Letmenow were $3.60 Star game Ted Williams hit 4 St. L. .37 21 20 7 417 115 11 14 4 .771 ;, &0. f! 132 111 n '1 11 B "If
i Black.ell. Cln. 12 263 22* 92 1.( 21 21 I ..724t ,I WI,.. Wata. II 234 237 M 43 21 14 II ..513I
and 320. while Stud Poker paid jfor i 4. batting In 5 runs. Two of t Barney. Blrra25 74 IS If 15 S X ..714KaMT. I 1 .... WvXT 1* IM 194 7* 7* I 11 Ie ,U'
\ $7.60 to show. his blows were home runs. Bkl*. _44 71 75 24 41 t -flHatten. Ferriaa. a... It 114 131 91 51 14 11Huihaoa. II .
B Mjra 39 117 2 7 162 74 Ii 1* I ..K7Ttrior. I &0. i II 19 173 79 118 IS 12 11 .112:
Bkljn. It 15* 127 77 57 9 1* .**7Trtnkte. I i Pa....... Chi. IT 191 17*' 91 T7 11Galhouie U ....
) >. T. *. 91 99 43 34 S 4 ..447Branca. U-Ba :8.*, 17* 49 42 5 1* 1. .,..e
STADIUM Bkln .41 Z47 :38 93 139 IS 21 11 54Sr Gett... C..... 27 114 11 S4 S* 1* Ja ..SIItI
..... Boston _37 21 223 TS 114 19 11 1. ..441Sain. Dr,53.5.T. ft.* 'I 53 U I S 1._
Boo_ 33 213 247 TS 120 21 19 11 .*U I j I 10:11.: .... C).'. 6* .> 71 IT .23 5 4 6 ..505it.nWi5.
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8:30: P.M. 5.0. ... N. I.: _39 217 113;: &4 Ii 1* 13 U ..404)Braile. Zoktak It.U M 154 Iii II 33 S 1 ..111I
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i _--, I'LL :* 211 213 44 M 17 13 11 .)i1Rart. Cle 2 t to 174 '57 7* I 1* 11: ..475I Top-Quality Generals.
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Orlando, Florida, September 21, 1947 aljt jyunfcnj! jyrntinrl-irtar Page 91 1 North Carolina '
According: to Drs. Fred A. Westerman and Albert S. ,

Hazzard, of Michigan, "planting fish to establish '- .
a new
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-

and different needed from species annual, i.e.restocking stocking for with introduction the expectation, is quite of I, Leo Not Alone on Uncertain List I II Alabama Loom


increasing the species already present. This is termed "
Ltocktng for m&1ntenance.- I HARRY GRAYSON Cronin relieving the ailing Eddie
I
They say: NEW YORK NEAl Asked if Collins on the business end. I
"Much rood has been done Leo Durocher will be back as man- Bill Veeck denies it. of course As South's BestBy
by Introducing desirable game and pan ager of the Dodgers next Spring. but reports persist that the i-i
fish in
streams and lakes Where these fish prog-I! )
were not originally found.Branch Rickey says: ressive young president of
Although early: .records of natural .!> "Honestly I don't know." dians would prefer a different L HAROLD CLAASSEN

fish distribution are sketchy and That goes for most of major- type of manager. Charley Grimm. I NEW YORK [LAP] Indicationsare
incomplete there is not SOLUNAR TABLESAccording : league basebalL with< whom he enjoyed so much that no luck of the Irish will
much
success in Milwaukee. would be I be needed to determine the national -
doubt but that bass. blue There'll be some managerial here is that
gills and to the Solunar r first choice. The rub collegiate football championfor
plkeperch: (walleyes] were not tables calculated for this area I Changes:: player trades. the current strategist a chap the 1947 season which got off
With an ordinary club like the the best all-
of the State the best times named Boudreau-is to a hesitant start yesterday but
found in many Northern waters for hunting and fishing will I current Yankees practically run- around ballplayer at shortstop in has its universal opening on the

until after they were planted. Ar- be as follows with Major ( ning away and hiding at such an ihe game and a potential American coming Saturday.
early date and maintaining a lop- batting champion. reports
League From direction come -
butus Lake. Grand periods indicating the best I every
Traverse sided bulge with a modicum of Harris turned terrific
time and Minor periods the I Bucky in a of the sterling Notre Dame
County. Mich., for years famousfor next best hours: pitching. how can American KICKEV DUROCHER job with the Yankees seems football machine Coach Frank

its large bluegills had none A-AI. ...:\1. League owners be satisfied? .'don't know' .. not alone headed for the pennant but his Leahy is welding. together on ,the
I Only two American League status as manager depends on his South Bend _
campus.
Daylinor lIaJ.Iinor:
Maj.
of these fish prior to about 1920. pilots can be said to be solidly>up into the front office and popu-<. personal feelings and the whims Onelidwestern expert, who
10:50 5:05
Today 11:20 5:30 .
If the report of the older residents I Mon. 11:45 5:55 6:20 I set-the venerable Connie Mack lar and able Jimmy Dykes' returnto of Larry MacPhail. The Old Boy saw the Irish in a workout is
I II in Philadelphia and Ted Lyons in the league as manager. Manager long has aspired to a
of this area are reliable. It is also Tues. 12:10: 6:45 12:50 7:10 r being quoted as saying that berated
I Chicago. Mack. who has had an There is plenty of reason to desk job. Sid Luckman. Chicago
a ere not found in the -ntire I I Wed. 1:15: 7:40 1:45 8:05: amazingly good year by the way suspect that Ossie Bluege is In the National. Bill Herman Bear star who was helping Leahy
Thurs. 2:10: 8:30: 2:45 8:55 I the is entitledto in A disastrous definitely has not been a howling
joint. Lyons
reported that bass and pikeperch owns< through Washington. coach that day, as only the
Friday 3:05 9:20 3:35 9:45
in in his first
another whirl on old acquain season. Dissension on the success Pittsburgh "
Michigamme River system above Sat. 3:55 10:05: 4:25: 10:30 "fourth best passer on the field.
tance. club. He took a couple of punchesat year as manager. -
Peavy Falls meat the mouth before Sunday 4:40 10:55 5:10: 11:15 The fortunates in the Nationalare a baseball writer after which Philadelphia fell far below "First --- -- -r- Probably no team in recejit
Major Selunar ..period luting IVb years has been the subject of more
Billy Southworth in Boston. Clark Griffith called his field place heaven in .4750 Ben
they were introduced. Many t. :2 hour. in duration ir* shown in CHARLIE [ICHOO CHOO1] JUSTICE I than the 1947
lack' ty'o. Minor (or cond best Johnny Neun in Cincinnati. and marshal home in the midst of a Chapman could be on the spot. pre-season rumors
other examples of the lack of desirable ..nods, shorter hour*. light b_ Mel Ott in New York and the latter Western trip. Chicago stood pat a grave mis- I he makes the Tar Heels tick. aggregation.But .
game and pan fish in ------- -- despite all the reports and
has been criticized for early I Detroit easily could finish second I take with every other outfit bring-
isolated lakes and river systems above natural barriers have been mistakes in casting and handlingof again, but there are Indications ing in or otherwise obtaining tal- I hints, not a one of the 700-plus

cited. Even today we know of waters which need planting In order to pitching. Southworth once moreis that this will not be good ent. For this general manager Jim Prefabrication other colleges fielding football

establish. bass, pike, pikeperch, bluegills or other fish. 'the manager-of-the-year. Neun enough to hold Steve O'Neill's job I Gallagher is at fault. One yarn Rushing teams has canceled a single game.;

"In some cases only a single game or pan fish species is present put the breath of life back into the this trip. has Stan Hack replacing Grimm. In fact, there are dreams in some

although the lakes should be. able to support several kinds of fish and : Reds. Doc Cramer seemed to believe Eddie Dyer admits that he quarters of beating out the Irish!
fishing would Dick Muckerman called in most 1|he had some sort of a chance for might have been back in the for the mythical national cham
undoubtedly be better. In other cases pan fish only of the Browns before the kick-off, i the job. but spoke about the opportunity -I Texas oil fields had any of the Orange Bowl Expansion pionship.
are present and are stunted presumably for lack of predatory game told Sam Brea- I centeredin
gave them what they wanted. For and consequently may i Cardinal veterans Most of the dreams are
species to keep their numbers down.< However these waters are relatively -I that the St. Louis Americans are have talked himself out of it. don the manager didn't know a the Southern and Southeastern
few in Michigan at present because of the rather wide natural 37 games out. Tom Yawkey can't understand I baseball from a hole in the r fnr-<<:: ",' to The c''ndc Sent,ne' Stadi I Conferences, that vast area in

distribution of fish and because of the energy displayed In the past I The ice and fuel magnate never 'why the 1946 Red Sox of the tremendous -: ground when the owner checked i MIAMI-Aladin's genii could probably get some hints on which four bowl teams were

by fish-culturists and by local sportsmen in stocking isolated waters. has sat still in business. Thereis i j early foot fell so far be- I, up on the party while it was still i construction miracles from the enlargement of Miami's Orange spawned< last season.

,, every indication that he is dissatisfied -|hind an average Yankee club this last on June 1. 1 Bowl stadium. North Carolina. with its famed
with his organization so time out. Reports have had Joe Each season furnishes addi- Charles [Choo-Choo Justice,
"In 'tew
a recent of
ret experimental
management recommendations general manager Bill DeWitt Is McCarthy Lou Boudreau and tional evidence that managing a Excavation for foundations wasn't started until June. looms as the No. I team in the
for 255 lakes. say the learned doctors in this respect ". it expected to go. That would open O"Neill running the works at Fen- baseball club is a highly precarious -I Erection of steel for the double-deck! addition didn't begin 'I, Southern Conference with North

wa found that new warm-water species were recommended In the the way for Muddy_ Ruel to step way Park next Spring. with Joe occupation. _ I I this Detroit suburb. Sept. 22-27.<> --- I Carolina State William andMary
case of 25 lakes 10 -------- -- ---
,or approximately per cent. For all other species
The little lady of Lythia and Duke not too far be*
I
In these lakes and for all species in the remaining 90 per cent, Springs, Ga., has been threatening reen Orcutt of White Beaches N. hind.

natural spawning was considered adequate and no further plantingwas Kiner Beats Second-Year Jinx 1 A's Still Eye 1 to crack through for several I J.. is another old standby. I, Alabama has 10 veterans who

recommended. I years. And. of course, there are entrants will be playing their fourth year

"Planting of fingerling bass. bluegills. perch: plkeperch and other Splendid from tee to green r known to virtually no one together plus Harry Gilmer butit

warm-water fish In waters now containing them is believed to be To Rank With Leading Batsmen Miss SUggS is the logical choice, I[in the golf world beyond the fact is Louisiana State and its hordeof

valueless or actually harmful. This statement is supported by the being the present Women's that they qualified. In this talented backs that was voted
First Division I group
following facts: Large numbers of young fish are produced by natural NEW YORK [NEA] That second-year jinx business is a Western champion and having the team most likely to succeedat
lot of The holes only beginning to show. I are such as Joan Coffeen of Green a recent meeting of the league'scoaches.
hogwash. are
spawning: that an enormous number of deposited and hatched is indicated made a grand showing against
When Ralph McPherran Kiner failed to hit much I the stylish Miss Jameson in the Bay and Dorothy Ellis of In- .Tennessee. Georgia Geor-
by the following counts of the average young fish production youn : NEW YORK INEAi People felt I dianapolis. Many entrants are gia Tech. Kentucky and Mis !lsslp-
nest: largemouth bass 6,022 rock bass 1.466 more than his 190 pounds going into Decoration Day, it was Women's Open in Greensboro,
per : ; pumpkinseed sunfish : Mack in
: sorry for Connie ihe N. C., last Spring. She swats along I I prominent in their own States but ,. pi State are others in the lime
6.012: bluegill 16277. Survival to the adult state of any but a whispered that perhaps the pitchers had found a blind spot. and light.
Spring. accurate baiLThe have the route in
small fraction of the above numbers obviously would be impossible." But men who know baseball* .WW !I never gone a Georgia has lost Charley Trippi
to Things were so bad a year ago I II
The doctors continue: "Recovery of the complete fish population best knew this was not true. pretty Bauer sisters of I'national tournament. Most of but Coach Wally Butts hasn't been
in a small lake after four years of counting the number of nests and I Ralph Kiner simply had to hit e..... I that Mack considered calling it a i Long Beach. Cal., Alice 19 and them are young. stripped of talent. Bobby Dodds

young of largemouth bass. bluegills. pumpkinseed sunfish. and rock I that long ball which last year career after 52 years was urged Marlene 13. who in rompers added All except Mrs. Vase.and Mrs. Georgia Tech squad Is reported

bass yielded figures which emphasize this natural mortality frombaby the j' made him the second player since ,to stick it out by his right. hand j such charm and color to th* national Page, exempt as former champions light but adept at ball handling:
'I 1900 to lead the National League Al Simmons. tournament a year ago in qualified with handicapsnot while the housing shortage at
man '
fish to the adult. At the end of four years only three bluegills,|
Tulsa. are not those strokes
among' six
pres- exceeding on
in home runs in his first year in any Kentucky Is caused by incoming
five pumpkinseed sunfish. 30 rock bass. and 13 largemouth bass of 1 Everybody: wondered what Mack ent. Neither number of other
the majors. The big Pittsburgh are a course of a member club of the football talent of all kinds.
each 100.000 fry estimated to have been produced in the first year I outfielder manufactured 23.: was going to pawn off for an Infield t fine college players. the U. S. Golf USGA. Insiders say that Michigan
of the study had survived! in 1947. Prospects were so I Assn. for some strange reason
So Kiner found the range in The cats further qualify in 18 Iowa Illinois. Mjmesota and Ohio
June when he hit 14 home runs, poor Philadelphia baseball writers I l sticking to its policy of booking the holes of medal play the first day, State will be the order of finish
I
asked be to what look-
While It Is true that the major part of the loss occurs in the I one short of old Cy Williams Na- to assigned tournament after the school year the lowest 32 entering 18holemat in the Big Nine.Michigan. .
ed like the more promising Phil- has begun.
younger stages the figures showed heavy losses in each succeeding I tional League record for that I h play rounds. The winner I which closed out its

year. It is believed that there are natural limitations to the number -' month. He has hit .380 .since .lies.Yet the Athletics broke camp One of the more surprising aspects will come out of 36 holes of 1946 campaign with a 58 to 0 lambasting -
June 1. is now in the Big Five, I observed here is that this of Ohio State. is ranked
: match play.
of fish of various sizes which a body of water can support. It at West Palm Beach with an eye
Walker course has in the past been over below Notre Dame in the Middle-
duced naturally than can live to maturity. plantings of hatchery fish I batting .312. and pressing on the first division. and there :I' looked the The tournament could produce
site of
as
Cooper. Mize and Willard Marshall 4J-i a national west and may win that listing
therefore seems logical to assume that if more young fish are pro- they are.Throw. tournament. The layout has trech- 'a new Berg. Jameson or even aDidrikson.
for the top position in runsbattedIn nationally.
out the Yankees and the although there is some
would merely Increase the competition. erous traps and
and tops Mize in home tricky greens. ParIs Army, of course Is the quest
Americans : doubt that the likes of the latter
"Any planted fish which survived would do so at the expense of F:' I surprising Philadelphia i 75. The nines are evenly divided I, tion mark in the sprawling Mid
would be smack dab in the race. will ever be seen again In ama- ,
the naturally spawned the fish scientists conclude. runs.Kiner i as to yardage, each with I
young. | die Atlantic region where Penn
Is
: one of the mightyfew : i Phil Marchildon points this out 3185. teur competition.
individualistic ballplayers.He I recalling the writer interviewinghim sylvania, Columbia.Harvard and
I ; I!| Dorothy Kirby of Atlanta is ; Yale picked to It
are fight out
holds the bat directly in after he nearly whitewashed :
Louise Suggs Favored to Win front of him, straight up and the Yankees in beating them in :,i here. So is Ruth Woodward of Tag Match Heads for the Ivy League crown.
down swats the ball with a j the opener In the Bronx last mid- Fall River Mass.. who lasted a I The Cadets have a string of 28
twist of the wrists adopting a j April. couple of rounds In the British AmVet Wrestling games without a loss and now
Top Women's Amateur Laurels perfect golf swing for baseball. I| "Winning that first game at ,:.Women's after winning the Swedish must carry on without Felix (Doe]
of :, title. Blanchard Glenn Davis Arnold
Yankee Stadium took us out
FRANKLIN, Mich. [NEA] Mrs.Babe Didrikson Zaharias !I! of Kiner the deadly is anything level swing but a that disciple belonged j I the defeatist class" said Philip Grace Lenczyk of Indian Hill. Program Tuesday I II Tucker and virtually all the mem-

having joined Patty Berg'and Betty Jameson in the money I to such as Shoeless Joe Joseph Marchildon. Conn. attained her greatest peak I I An Australian tag match head- bers of the rock-ribbed line that

ranks this to be Louise Suggs' in the Women's Jackson Lefty OTJoul. the Waners "With Joost at shortstop Fainat when she handed Mrs. Zaharias :lines the AmVet wrestling pro. ,, made the victory skein possible.
appears year i j her
first and Valo. Chapman. Mc- last defeat in beating her one Still the Cadets were strong
( at Legion Arena, Tuesday.
I gram
National Amateur Golf Championship over the tree-lined and i and other remarkable hitters. ; : !\ Cosky and Rosar hitting. we. could : up in last year's Western at Chi It will be a three-fall. 90-minute enough to subdue Yale recently

wooded course of the swank Franklin Hills Country Club in I Yet Kiner rifles the ban into land In the first division. cago's Tam o* Shanter. Laddie [limit affair featuring Tommy 1! in an informal scrimmage although !-

until late September. Yet come left field stands when he uncocks ,, What brought about this near- Irwin of Glen Ridge N. J. showed Ward and Nick Bacalis who gang the Ella boast of having

January 1 the curtain will go up first'prefabricated concrete stadium his wrists. I ; :. __ miracle? i, promise acquiring the Metropolitan [up on Mr. X and .Bill Steddlum. I i iI the best all-around backfield in
on a new 60.000-seat Orange Bowl The young man-he is only 24- u. Well the veteran shortstop Eddie championship at the Century I the country.
for the Florida New Year's foot- project estimated the cost furnishes additional eviednce that J %. ,j Joost, purchased from Rochester -I Club of Rye. N. Y. Kathryn Fox I In the curtain-raiser. at 8:30 Almost as big a mystery as Army
to be at least $30,000 less than a ., ,, ; not only stood well at''t Park of pjn.. Rube Wright of Oklahoma is
ball classic. any style is good. as long as coordination ,, J up the same town< is formid [ I the Navy squad, which came
similar steel and about Okla with mustach-
structure I City mixes
shortstop but made a remarkable able. Mae ,
The city of Miami is using the and the eye are there Murray of Rutland is within three yards of defeating
half what it would cost if it B.
toed Dick Vancouver
were Bishop
genii of prefabricated concrete for and the batter brings the bat Into second baseman of Pete Suder as i i Vermont's State champion. Helen the Cadets and now Is trainingjpn
the 22.500 seat Orange Bowl en- built with poured concrete. the ball correctly. How about Al RALPH KINER well. Suder was all right previously. Sigel of Philadelphia is among the C. in a three-fall. one-hour limit an island on the Pacific Coast.

largement in a brand new tech- Maintenance cost of the new Simmons and his foot in the I with a golf swing. but had played alongside of no better known players. tussle. I II The Midshipmen are bolstered;
nique In stadium construction. section of the bowl will be prac- bucket? Seeing the one-time Ath- one capable of showing him how i! Famous names are those of Mrs. Al Massey will "third man" the I center by Dick Scott, one of the
The idea was developed by the :tically nil. whereas it cost the city letics' luminary for the first time i he seemingly lacks the flexibility''to play hitters and whom he was Edwin H. Vare Jr..of Philadelphia I card and the first 50 women entering i
city engineering department to $24,000 merely to paint the steel you suspected he nervous. I of muscles that enables others to I I certain would be in the right spotat : the former Glenn Collett. and Mrs. the Arena receive one-i best.Kansas and Nebraska may. be

circumvent the steel shortage. reduce sections of the stadium last year. Kiner also dasthb circuit in I I throw instantly from where the the right time all the time. Julius A. Page Jr., of Greensboro ;pound boxes of chocolate-covered I the one-two teams in the Bur

the cost of the stadium to a Another desirable feature of the strikeouts last year. with 109 so ball is caught. Joost is batting only .195. but I the former Estelle Lawson. Mau- almonds. I Six now that Plato Andros and

minimum-and most important of concrete decking in the new section was the National League's right- : But they all can't have every- ,' the San Franciscan who was Cin-a Joe Golding have left Oklahomafor
all. to get the job done for the is elimination of noise which World Series ballplayer in I the pro ranks.Ray Evans
hand counterpart of the American thing. I Ii 'I
cinnati fair sort ofa
1948 Orange Bowl classic.. would have resulted from reverberations 'League's King Kong Keller. shortstop was a to pretty be wasting away I IDream Team Nightmare Card the Kansas halfback was good
By use of prefabricated concrete 1 between two steel decks. He has cut down his strikeouts enough to outshine the famed
his life In Triple A.
slabs and joists the enlargement i Prefabricated concrete has been considerably which could be due i Feminine SoftballersList ', Glenn Dobbs In several service

which includes dou- used to a considerable extent in to Hank Greenberg shortening his Ferris Another Fain.corking drafted pick-up from San was\ To Prove Interesting for LSU clashes.

ble decks on both sides of the I home cor.struction and In factory stride and swing this Spring. Yet,I I Play TomorrowThe Francisco. Here is a man- Along the West Coast Southern
present steel stands, will be constructIon. but this is the first : like Joe DiMaggio the Southern Women's Community he's only 25-with a young great chanceof I BATON ROUGE, La. (UP] They aren't denying that I II California ,is reported as man-
Young -
ready In mid-December at a cost j I time, to the knowledge of the Miami California collegian's stride is I Club Class B Softball League being a really high-grade first I Louisiana State looks like the cream of the crop in the South- !: wealthy and Ted TannehiU txck
that the
of only $1497.000. Engineering Dept. wider than that of most hitters. baseman. Among other things he Conference this But Bernie Moore mentor of j In shape after suffering a broken
City Architect Art Darleau. who idea has been attempted in stadium I swings into action again tomorrow ,' eastern year. I collar-bone in the opening
Again like J. DiMag. Kiner takesa with a twin bill at Exposition's No. has the physical advantages a the that the of : game
drew the plans for the country's construction. very short step belting the ball 2 site. left-hander enjoys at the position.A mauling Bengals, woefully points out cream a year ago. UCLA last year'schampion

I -not more than six! inches. leg injured in Spring traininghas the_crop may look no better than: second-rate against an excruciating lost 17 lettermen from
In the 7 pjn. curtain-raiser schedule. < the Pacific Coast Conference title
|
bothered him off and on. but:
Once more like the great DiMag. ,
Kiner well American Fire. tied for the top i i i his .280 batting average is made i It's the toughest in the South I I .squad of a year ago but still is
runs for a six-foot. be Field General Ray Coates at
'slot with Kress. bats with
crosses
StockCarRaces much more impressive when you : and one of the worst in the nation I II regarded as the Trojans' biggest
one-and-a-half-inch chap comingin halfback with either Dan Sandl-
the cellar-dwelling Independents.The I ," complained Moore. "As for threat. Oregon State. with
bases. an
: see him hit with men on : ideal
Al the injured
at 190 pounds. He has good fer. Heroman or
I I
second contest shows Kress
i That's why he's batting clean-up. our being second fifth or ninth In I schedule-and a squad that includes
'
baseball has also Jim Cason a neat blocker. Har-
sense. played I tangling. with C coee at 8 pm. ; Next to Joost and Fain. young the country-nuts." said Moore. southpaw Don Samuel, is the dark
first and third base. I, rell [Rip] Collins 1s the number
I right-hand pitchers Fowler, The flashy Tigers will be horse of the circuit and may too
fullback with Toth. Bill f
He is an accomplished fly- I X. C. ELEVENS POPULAR Savage McCahan, Scheib and sparked a veteran quarterbackwho [one all the way.
chaser with a fine pair of hands.I I Teams from North Carolina Coleman-have kept the A'. go I has played 52 minutes of I Schroll.him and Bobby Clegg backing I Tulsa and Oklahoma A & Sf.

Ralph Kiner's one flaw is that I!I have predominated in Jackson- ing. They also contribute con- every game for LSU in the last two I In up.the powerful line the Tigers as usual, have the Missouri Valley

he is not a superlative thrower.His i I ville's two Gator Bowl gridiron ,, siderably to the A's being a club I I years. Moore, seldom a man for are weak at only one guard post. I II II Conference race to themselves and
arm is pretty good but he clashes. Wake Forest participated ,, of the future. I individual performers unless they I I Sheldon Ballard will be center, Rice which shut out Tennessee In
apparently has to wind up. which in the 1946 game and North Car- Its nice to see Connie Mack are tops' swells with pride at the i Russ Foil and Charlie Cusimano the Orange Bowl is the prohibi-

I has him getting the ball away olina State played in the 1947 waving that scorecard with some mere mention of Y. A. Tittle. or Harvey Core will shin for a tive Southwest Conference title

l too slowly. A loose-jointed kid. encounter. assurance. ., Tittle will have help from the guard spot. Wren Worley will favorite although Clyde Scott still
I I same wingmen who hauled down I is at Arkansas. -
---- ---- --- hold down another guard post.
.." plenty of his touchdown heaves One-time All-American Walter ; :Texas with Blair Cherry at
from the point of the 'F" last Barnes, Joe Baird Fred Land and' the helm has switched to the T
Fall. He will have no troubles''I Jim Shoaf are the main contenders I'I and the new coach has the fabulous -

ACIDPROOFTRAP about handing the leather off toa in a battle royal for the tackle I Bobby Layne around to.
stranger In the backfield either. berths. Mel Lyle and Abner Wun- make the offense click.

i iI iI The Tigers are loaded with berly rate as first-string ends with" Denver looms as the best In the

I veteran gridders who put the a load of competition. Rocky Mountain area with Utah
< ." I -_ TNT in the""F." They. will be It's a dream squad to anyone : and Utah State ready and willing
able to throw their attack into : but Moore-and it would be to I to dispute the general feeling. ,

any gear with any type of attack ', him but for the schedule: I I
Cornelius
has
TODAY forwards, breakawayspeedsters Sept. 27-Rice at Baton Rouge; Warmerdam
I
2 P. M. vaulted 15 feet
2 P. M. ranle-dazxlers. or" Oct. Georgia at Athens: Oct. consistently Jin
competition and
crush an opposing line with the 11-Texas A. & M. at Baton 'atrecent repeats
I onslaughts of a medium tank- Rouge; Oct. 17-Boston College at ',I had cleared the bar 42 times :at

September 1947 like fullback named Zollie Toth. Boston: Oct. Vanderbilt at that height.

Injuries have plagued the Tigersto Baton Rouge: Nov. 1-Ole :Miss at I .-
AZALEA DRIVING PARK some extent although with his Baton Rouge; Nor. 8--Open: Nov. I
fOR DEPENDABLE
wealth of material the blows have Mississippi State at Baton I

not been too severe for Moore. Rouge; Nov. 22-Alabama at Tus- RADIO SERVICE
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I 21 1947 Home Nursing Class Legion Post, AuxiliaryPlan
Orlando Florida September
Miss Davison Page 10 r &unbaij!J tnttiir1-tzxr i_ ,I Ratigan Takes Set to Begin Oct. 20 Supper Tuesday

Sentnel.Sterl, ] [Special to The/ Sunday Sentinel-StorJ)

Arrives In'Sanford DeLand Students ReturnTo T Two Cast Votes Late Ballot I l peclQI NEW' to SMYRNA Toe Sunday BEACH A NEW SMYRNA BEACH -The
by
Seal Sale home nursing class. sponsored American Legion Auxiliary will
I Posti I the Red Cross, will begin Oct. 20. : entertain members of the Legion
Studies RegistrantsCrowd i Classes; will be conducted three
at Colleges post and families at a covered
Monday, Wednesdayand
times a week
'
On Power Issue (Spe'tC Tie S. S"c'-S.ar'] from 10 a.m. to noon. dish at 7 pjn. Tuesday at
[bwo'! :' fcs-T>)e SixrfcSentin-'-Star] Hall Friday supper
[SpecIal to The Suna"v Sni nel-Star] Daytona Beach after visiting her : SANFORD Jack Ratigan of for two weeks. in the Red Cross the Legion HalL Group singing
SANFORD-j-Miss Zeta Davison DELAND-Leaving today to return parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth'
Seminole County Motors has accepted the Post Office Bldg.
office over follow the supper.
will
from, Florida State College. Tallahassee !I.Douglas.Mr. (Scene! to The S Jl">do\ Sentinel Star]
arrived Friday by plane to (tSpecio'' to The SjrdoSn' 'IE'Stor] chairmanship for the 1947 Instructor will be Mrs. Walker
Winston Salem. N. C., due to the are Grace Hays. Martha and Mrs. J. D. Frierson have DELAND Only two personshave DAYTONA BEACH-Last minute Paddon. who worked in the Nurses
illness of'her aunt. Mrs Jack I Peacock. Judy Rhodes and Anna I returned from Hendersonville cast absentee ballots for the registrants flooded the City .Christmas Seal Sale for the Seminole Corps during the war in Washington. -
,
I Davison of Lake Onora. Home. I N.C.Margaret is attending forthcoming electric franchise Hall yesterday as deadline for County Tuberculosis Assn., and who has recently moved
Sunday's birthday greetings go Landis it began Sept. 15, funds
election since for raising of operating ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Myers Jr..' to Stephen de Montmollin. A. C. I Florida State College. This is her City Clerk Theodore C. Brooks registering for the Oct. 21 electionwas here. I II III
said today.
left this week for Philadelphia! Holland. Jackie Hawkins. Bernie freshman year. She was taken to stated yesterday. Absentee voting reached. '', Pres. George Touhy \' Go*,'a. the great Spanish painter. DIAPER SERVICE
Hatfield. John D. McGrath. Mrs.F. I Tallahassee by her mother Mrs. before closed This will be the county's part
closes Sept. 26, three days Registration books were the diamond D.IIv.rW
here they wtll; reside while he is C. H. signed his name on tor ****rvattnt or ImnMdict*
and Mrs. sale to
Erskine Landis annual seal
A. Hammond Jr.. Lance Dough- I the regular election. The City at 9:30: p.m. yesterday. and all of the 41st and blue-enamel ring his PHONE 2-3357
,attending Temple. University medical erty. Virginia E. Dade. Celebrating I, Baguley. Commissioners Friday night unan- open Nov.' 24 and continue in portrait. I
is
sitter
1 wearing
schooL Monday will be Richard But- Nita Botts. Lorena Macfie. Car- imously named the following election Qualified electors will be permittedto through Christmas. -
Lravt 1IUlas\ week for college ncr Thomas Dillard. R. Howard man Nahm. Polly Philpot. Libbie inspectors and clerks to serve cast a ballot in the election Oct. declared "With Ratiganas
Uni- Gould, Bobby Denham. Dolores Lou Allen Marilyn Talton. Vivian on Sept. 30 at designated polling 21 to decide whether or not to approve Touhy can All '
Neil Powell Emory chairman I am sure we For Purposes
mere: ''I

lereity Dental College. Atlanta; Gray.bel Decker.Mr. Alice. Rogers and Mrs. Ma- i Clemaline Rasmussen Bennett Judith Lottie McEachern.i Mae, places Ward: one-David B. Doty 'I 30-year the Florida franchise Power for and gas LightCo. and His count organizational on a successful ability campaign.and high \ riiGlass: I oWESS'I''I' I I1

Charles Park. Medical School of and Mrs. Carl Minkler and Sing Joan Martin Barbara Rut- clerk; George Burnett. Emma electricity. regard in which he is held make \\'I\1 : [ PLATE GLASS, Inc. I ,
Emory University. Atlanta; Rich daughter are at Delray Beach. ter and Olive Smith have been Gohn and Art Leavitt. inspec- I 1 The city bond election scheduled him an ideal person to direct the Florida Since 1908 i ; I
ard Meri..ether. University of Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee are chosen by members of DeLand tors; at Jacob's garage; Hard Oct. 28. is restricted to free- campaign for funds to continueour I BLOCKS I I I
Charllotesville.; Gwynn Reel, celebrating their Silver wedding I High School Key Club as charter two-Charles Heath clerk; Roy holders.XRay. fight against tuberculosis. A I I Distributor '%5 W. Pine St. TeL 5144 _ I -
Johns Hopkins University. Balti anniversary today. ,, members of the Keyettes Club. to Frierson. Sara Fleming and Christmas Seal purchase is an Investment .
more. Md. After a weekend here Drue Douglas has returned. to be formed soon. Horace Smith, inspectors at the in community health
Leroy Gilbert. Francis Wilson.. fire station. from which every citizen benefits."
Harold Jordan and Donald Shaffer I i Mmes. R. Walker. James H. Ken- Ward three Drew Harris : CampaignSet I !
mill return to Gainesville and the ; Albert Fitts clerk: Mrs. Walter Coan. E. M. I S0DERN
nedy. Tyner W. S. Settle and b h Garland CleanersCHRYSLER
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University of Florida. I Weeks. Mrs. E. K. Jones. inspectors i Sanford Council ..
Simon Dingfelder at a recent I Frances Walton. food: Mrs. Cyril ; at the high school gym- .

Court of Honor was awarded the Plans Trip Marchmgton program: Mrs. Ken- nasium: Ward four--Joe DeBella at Daytona Meeting Postponed L ad bs e
|
Scout's highest award the Eagle non Morris and Mrs. Bert Shaw clerk: Mariam Douglas Walter
Badge. J. W. Cross, inspectors at ,' ,. ,. ,. r.
Scout Lipfert :5Jf': < "r. T' -- r f r1
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Crumley To Alabama 1 1I decorations. the Elks Club. (Special to The Sundcr Sentinel.Stir] SANFORD There will be no Garland at Concord ,
have moved to their new home on: Recognizing Today's Problemsand The Commission appointed the DAYTONA BEACH Faye City Commission meeting as.
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the shore of Silver Lake. ':--- "< to, TVs 5r': Sc" e' Star! Opportunities will be program Daytona Beach firm of Pentlandand Nixon executive director of the scheduled tomorrow night This
I SANFORD Albert Fitts will theme for the year at the Faulkner Robertson to audit city booksot Volusia Tuberculosis and Health meeting waS postponed until Tues "'--'
leave tomorrow for the University School. Mrs. Kennedy. pro- the close of the fiscal year Oct. Assn.. announced Friday that Dr. day night. City Mgr. H. N. Sayer
,I of Alabama where he has a graduating gram chairman. announced. Her 1 providing the cost did not exceed R D. Higgms. head of the Volusia said. to allow Commissioners to PLYMOUTH 1
New teaching fellowship and speakers will be: $1.000.In County Health Unit has requestedthat attend the dinner meeting of the
r I will take his masters degree.Mr. Oct. 1. Recognizing the School passing the new ordinance the State Beard of Health Veterans of Foreign Wars at the .
and Mrs. Nick Ashby and Situation. P. L. Gaddis; Nov. 5, creating a 10 per cent tax on mobile testing unit for tubercu- ''Mayfair Inn Monday.One ..., WRESTLING/ A PROBLEMIf -
WEARABLE 'I daughters. Betts and Niki of Today's Health Problems. Dr. W. water consumed the Commission : losis be brought here in Februaryor of the matters to be brought / 'ha your problem is whether or not .
MOST Jacksonville, are spending the R. Higgins, Daytona Beach: Dec. ers also hiked the minimum serv- March for giving free Xraysto before this meeting will be the estimates to hare )'our worD Gut brake. reo "
weekend here with Mrs. Ashby's 3, Abiding Peace Through World ice outside the city limits from $2 all in Volusia County. gathered by Bayer fromsurveying paired or Just let go let 01 rive "
I persons
Mr. and :Mrs. George D. Alvin J. to $2_50 and raised the charge for JOR an estimate He do the very :>".
AID parents. Understanding the Rev. Last Winter, the mobile unit. engineers on the.resur- _tops in brake repairing at tile
HEARING Bishop.Mr. Inman; Feb. 4, Leadership and cutting water on from $1 to $2. which visited schools only, tested facing of several of the city streets most reasonable prices. youA5 '"
and Mrs. Sterling Bowling. :, Responsibility. Founders' Day, 4.466 hieh school and university that have long been in need of re- ..-oa.t be sorry.MOTORS. ,."
BUILTjem i who are spending a month here I Philip Jones: March 3. Safety W. R. W. Ervin To SpeakAt I students and all students pair. _. .... to ,
EVER I with the latter's parents. Judge J. Cozens, April 7. Problems and 15 years or older will be checked P. CLARK Inc. -t .
and Mrs. J. G. Sharon. and who Opportunities of Vacation Time. Garden Club Meet I again this year. 1 The suction attachment of an > ,

tyft I have spent the past several daysin the Rev. G. L. Howe; May 5. Evaluating -i [SoP; .- r tn T'y: <;">n ne c aNEW I Miss Nixon stated the deaths l'lectricacuum cleaner may also 88? N. ORANGE PHONE: 2-0746 :
Jacksonville returned here yes- Accomplishments. Mrs. W. SMYRNA BEACH-R.: W. from tuberculosis in Volusia County be used for cleaning hot air reg f?
,s terday. I S. Settle. Ervin resident attorney for the I are apparently increasing as isters. :
I :Mrs. Eleanor Kirk counselor in 'I State Road Dept. will speak on records show 11 deaths so far this -- ---- j

Electric the Florida State Employment Highway Beautification at the :' year. ip. comparison to 13 deaths IIIPII$ -ELEVEN YEARS OF PROVEN QUALITY l;
0 Service has accepted a positionin Birthday Garden Club meeting at 3 p.m. I from this disease for all of 1946. '
Miami. : Wednesday at the Garden Center. ; Records also show 83 cases as "uni BESURE Combination Venetian Blind. Awning and Shutter
Miss Martha Brown is now at ,Also talking will be Mrs. Jack i der observation" here.
the Fernald-Laughton Memorial CelebratedAt Sweett, who will discuss wildflowers The East Volusia Tuberculosis TO
Hospital assisting in nursing before I giving the history and and Health Assn. will discuss plans i CI1WTRADzxUI&/
returning to the Universityof classification of those in bloom ,, for sale of Christmas Seals which Attend Church
Virginia. Party I now. Members will make and wear finance the anti-tuberculosis workat
Hawkins Connelly and Dick ,, their own corsaees Hostesses will a meeting at 4 p.m. Oct. 2 at the
Se"tif'I.Str1
Sundo\ :
AU [SceiQt: to The '
Verney are both in Miami. : be Mrs. O A. Troxell. Mrs. William YMCA. and the West Volusia TODAY :
TO.WIAI.. W S. Earle Sanford engineer. I II DELAND of-Mr Marianne and Mrs.Davis Lynn I White. Mrs. J. F. McKissie Assn. will discuss the same matter FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY INC. :
daughter
I I was taken seriously at his home' i and Mrs. E. A. Anderson. I at a meeting in DeLand Oct 3. AND EVERY '
here Friday. I R. Davis celebrated her fifth I Formerly Home Insulation Co.I _
I Mrs. James Boyd of Leesburg i birthday Saturday with a birth- "Khaki" is the Hindu word for SUNDAY 952 ORANGE AVE, WINTER PARK FLA. "._i
is here visiting relatives. I day party at her home. 542 N. Jimmie Best I dust-which explains how the COCOA LEESBL'RG WINTER PARK ORLAVDO
Taft: lout wewiaf coarenieaee! Hayden Ave. well-known military shade got its _! I 456 539! 708 6890 ,
set in the
. table
I The birthday
Yo 'n b. delighted with Wetter i name.
Eketnc't ew Model 65. Check SupperSet yard of the Davis home was gaily Plans Wedding I
the** points: decorated in pink and white. Favors I
were drawn from a fish pool [Spec ol to The S'iridoy, Sentinel-Sterj, ]
t .......... .11 Imd.slqi. .
'- .........ly iIp _.. c..,.... For Teachers and singing games were enjoyed DELAND Thanksgiving Day 1
p O.y4I. ...* ton* during the afternoon.After watching has been set as date for the mar
1 .f.r-Si.g cm. ,the honoree open her gifts refreshments riage of Miss Jimmie Adeline Best alg47 thrill
\ .o r'ftrt.'I ........'... ........ .-"... At Live Oak I of pink ice cream and' daughter of Mrs. E. P. Chambersof lipids
at cake with pink frosting topped i' Ft. Gaines. Ga.. to Henry Clay- ; /eb?
FIATUKCS
,run THIS: EXCLUSIVE tSoecwl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star : with five candles were served by ,
ton Poppell o( DeLand Ceremonywill
.. Spec"h,MIa. ....-......., NEW SMYRNA BEACH-New i Mrs.Davis. Gaines.
be performed in Ft.
.w4r.,s .t'-1tsI ssSC..md.e. teachers of the three local schools ,
{ ., Incited were: Marian and Hen- Miss Best native of Ft. Gaines.
M_......%Me_ will be entertained at a covered ry Doiive. Lewis and Margaret was graduated from Ft. Gaines I limier hood
\ ..... dish supper Oct. 7. probably at Long Jane Stoudenmire Edwina
A..y-c. .. 1 i iWhitnell. High School and attended Shorter I your
., ....---....I.S ...... !1 the Live Oak High School by the \ Rose. Nannette and Le- College in Rome. Ga.. and is now : :
three Parent-Teacher Assns.. it ,
nore Davis. cousins of the honoree .
a student at Stetson University.Mr. I
And for fca Umd
trmly *bevietry ,
hr th* difference ,.our.lf.Dcmoastr.uoos was of announced the Faulkner following P.-T.A.a meeting with- from Miami, Bonnie Sue Pawley Poppell attended and was I .
also of Miami.
bcohitelr Ern.I i graduated from DeLand High. He
I } the president Mrs. Marvin Tyner. '
I Judy White. Becky Lou McDon served in the Marine Corps for' .
: AUDIPHONE CO. Friday. ald. Joy Battle and Mary Ethel five years with service in the
I 1 The Live Oak High School Fancher of Orange City. l! Southwest Pacific. He is manager .

I 41S na\-p: .!;. 2.3511y ; P.-T.A. will have charge of deco- lj i j[ of Popeye's Ltd.. a local furniture : ( w
:--- rations: the Live Oak Elementary lt.
L-.. /flJ: 4/dCs P.-T.A., program, and the Faulkner E. B. Allings I store. EASY PAYMENTS?
P.-T.A., food. ,
..._....,...... Assisting the organizations from HasReunion
( I .1 i 1 the Faulkner P.-T.A. will be the Make Visit : Family



Olson G. fairchild I At Daytona i!

\ Hilton E. Bray I I (tSreic1 to The Sunday Sentinel ,}
B. Ryland Cox l [Specie! to The Sunday Sentmel-Star NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The
ORANGE CITY-Mr. and Mrs. !
E. Frank Gardner .
sons and daughters of Mr. and
1 1L Hoeoulst E. B. Ailing and guest. Mrs. Wil-
Mrs. H. N. Robertson and their
fred Warington of Winnipeg :
+HLD I families enjoyed a picnic and out-
\ I Canada are at Daytona Beach.
ing at Lemon Bluff last week. It
'
II I Fred Pompeau has returned to'
L Hanover. Conn.. after visiting his was the first family reunion for
,! the Robertson family in eight
sister Mrs. Robert Thursby at I
_, I I II Blue Springs. jears. Enjoying the outing with
I ( IU Hollis Gupton has gone to St. the elder Robertsons were Mr. and :
Petersburg where he has accepted Mrs. Don Sweeny of Phoenix.
a position.Mrs. Ariz.: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Robertson. -
II Charles Miller has returned Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robertson -
.Ot / from Washington D. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Robertson
Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. CUIp Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ashton, Mrs.
and children Mary Ellen and Shir- Vashti Young pan Robertson. Mr.
I For the fourth tim In two
I ley Anne were overnight guests of and Mrs.Leroy Robertson of Jacksonville -
years our Installment Loan his mother. Mrs. Mary E. CUlp and five grandchildren.
Department on the 4th floor >i,
I I has enlarged its quarters. here.George Hillshuner has returned : _. See what this brand-new '
from Miami where he visited his : Party Fetes %.
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ii mother. ,! Fireball engine can do for Bulcksbuilt All of which means we can give you prompt
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO Mrs. J. C. Howell of Orlando :
Miss
I visited here Friday. Bryant In the past ten years delivery on 1947 power plants brand.new,
Capital and Surplus On* Million Dollars Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Haines were I
I mail riotaAL BcroaiT INSURANCE CORPORATION in New Smyrna Friday. Soeciol to The Sunday Senfinel-Starl straight-from-the-factory Buick engines,

ENTRY FEE PAID Peggy NEW Bryant SMYRNA was surprised BEACH-Miss Sat- see here a hood-filling straight.eight ready to repower any Buick built in the past

r GOSHEN Ind. DPI Police admitted urday night with a spaghetti sup- YOU tenears.. .
they had something new per given by a group of friends plant exactly like those which .
in break-ins. Thieves who entered at her home. 211 Downing St. The
the Country Farm Bureau Cooperative I occasion' was her 15th birthday. I put an eager rush of Fireball energy: at the If you own a Buick built betw'een 1937 and

mill left emptyhanded.They After supper the group went to command of folks who own 1947 Buicks.
1942 the
whole boils
thing down to this
left behind the two new Daytona Beach for skating and :
screw drivers they used'to get in. dancing.

1 But you don't have to be the owner of a 1947 We lift out the old engine put in a new one

Buick to boss this husky package of concentrated .
and send in less
1j Place your order you on your happy way

j power around! time than it: would take for an overhaul. t
TODAY for. ; -

J \\\\\\\\\ You don't have to wonder, "How about That's why we say, buying one of these

1 ( \t THE COOLEST AWNING delivery?" engines is the next best thing to getting anew

1 I !! This year do it the taty way..'; 1'l UNDER THE SUM If you hanker for the thrill of having, beneath Buick and when you do get a new one,.
A
J I hare a velvety-smooth lawn...keeD E iI i 'II have better
YOU a car to turn Ifi.
I toe the surging of a Fireball
with I your power new .a
,1 I down w eds.: It's fun to mow 'It!

LIGHTWEIGHT the MOW-MASTER..the modern- j engine, we're in a position to talk business Come in and let us show you how simple the


t J I t light to-me-minute a woman Rotary can run Mower.it easily. yet So : ....,,,......_Protects from Sun and Rain' right now. __ whole thing is.

built for hard service.
I S long How come? The answer is simple: .

t I' RUNS The MOW.MASTER has plenty of ie PERMANENT e BEAUTIFUL. _
1 EASy power:>> from the 2 H.P. POWERP :_ ECONOMICAL Out in the Buick factories, engine production '
j PAK Gasoline Motor equipped
) P iJv with silent type muffler. .- is forging ahead engines are coming off the j .' I '

" Adjustable rotary blade. line faster than bodies or other parts needed t':. 'J.il ?
handle bar. I PATENTED ZEPHVR
; Adjustable
I "' tff linger-tip control. to build complete automobiles.

.4 J a' Cuts a 21-inch ,

; I i .:, swath grass through and ::: VENTILATING &WNING5


; weeds. Nationally advertised in Better Homes Gardens ....:i- -

.4 Come i in..; and House Beautiful Magazines.

1'J ? let us dem For more than 15 years Zephyr Awnings have pro
N I t onstrate.TUXEDO tected and beautified American homes. ORANGE-BUICK COMPANY

.U.S.Re.race*No.21,09).

I? a W Y C K 0 r r 's AND HARDWARE FEED : Ventilated Awnings of Orlando 330 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE

j ; 14 E. Church St. Room 115
"Where Merchandise Moves" Phones: Orlando 9694-2-8061; Leesborg 491 R- d ORLANDO FLORIDA .
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SEPTEMBER 21, 1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAB ORLANDO FLORIDA PAGE 11 Reach $$17,950 ..-- :.,.
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t ISpe''::::' to T:e S r fay' Sent.ne''Star] '(''-t' .
I $312,178 Construction Okayed I a: WinterRealfy DAYTONA BEACH A $5.500
I city permit has been granted to : '
."peil. to The Yy": Sc let-Storl: ] }: Burgoyne Properties Inc..for con- (
amounted to $121,848. A totalof March: three houses, $16,000; 10 struction of a washeteria on Bay
LEESBURO Permits to do 63 permits to make $51,080 commercial $28,098; 10 altera- li Demand Booms St. between Palmetto and Beach
worth of tions. 20100. April: three houses, } total
$312.178 building here worth of repairs were issued. Sts. Other permits brought
:have been issued since Jan. 1. City Permits $14.500; four commercial. $5.750: issued this week to 17950.
by months were as fol- 10 alterations $7.250. May: four
The Sentine; Stcr]
Special to Sunday -
; KEEPSE
Keener Mizell
Mgr. announced A permit also has been
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lows .
-January three commercial
j : eight houses. $33.- houses. $21.500; KISSIMMEE Real estate !
'yesterday. granted to Roy B. and Jane '
000; two commercial. $600: six al- $14.200; seven alterations. 5000. ., .
Permits to build 33 houses totaled I f terations. 3280. February: seven June: three houses. $10.400: four -:. s agents here report a growing demand -I Winn who will build a $3, 00I WHITE .
$139.%50. and permits to I houses. $27.150; four commercial. commercial. $29,000; 11 alterations $ for Winter rentals, and I I residence at 500 Eastwood Lane
build 31 commercial structures I I$16,000; two alterations. 1300. 3800. July: two houses. 1 ,. without exception they indicate \ with five rooms and a bath and WHITEl, :
$6.500; four commercial. $28,200; ,t : that is the time for buildersto | an attached garage. :
111 I alterations. 4450. August: five i1 ; j.: now i I Other permits granted: Henry Yet your house will stay white .:
i houses. $10,200; six alterations, .r invest in utility apartments S. Wilder 724 Mulberry general beget when puated with Da foot
5900. single, duplex, or multiple unit alterations $1,200; Sam Phillips House Paint.Through an inuringselfcleaauic .:
.j I action,the paint fclm
11 Knight Court reroof house and :
type. heJ.dost and dirt
actually
-keep
remodel $500 R. R. Hartley.
'1 : I Walter Nelson of the Nelson rear ; : iDS your home sparkling dean aDd ;
I ,1533 Westmoreland roof $250; :
Park < ( white.Stop in tad let u .
give you
College r Brothers real estate firm has a 1 James Danos to have J. R. Blais the tom this self
i backlog of unfilled demands for remodel building at 705 Main St. cleaning ocasYoell be
I espeuiUr
empty and furnished homes within in accordance with plans by E. F. :: roud of your houe whc* :
l, the city limits and he could DeLaHaye, 5500. : lou have it painted with Da Foot
Area Expands use Listings of similar dwellings. Self-Cleaning House Paiat"-Itst
y outside the city boundaries as .well : Palmora Park Home Built :. y.whuc
he says. j 'C, -,H to Tne Sjcfav Sent ncl.Starl ,
Recent sales of business lots and "Our crying need Is for apart I LEESBURO Construction is reported plans for construction of ments desired for occupancy by underway on a $16,700 house in
r j retail stores and a new theater on out-of-State people between ,Palmora Park for Paul Champion.The .
Edgewater Dr., are factors pointing Oct. 1 and Dec. 1," Nelson said. Jobbins Engineering Co., is in PAINT :

]' toward the expansion of the "From the letters we receive charge. : ....... ........... ...
from prospective visitors the demand -
College Park-Dubsdread shopping i for housing is going to be in i i Tanners use cod liver oil in imparting ca :
,v and of available this Winter life and vitality to leather
area according to Carrigan I excess space I' :
j Boland. Inc., specialist in Edge-' ," C. E. Roberts real estate !,soles. 31itd <<4ile
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agent said Friday. He pointed out, :
'water Dr. properties. also, that the rate of I \>- 'sk your at it -girt the ;
present con- t
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CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND
shatters, doors aad
Most recent new business establishment AND WILLIAM both of I' jStb :
T.
| PAUL B. WHITNEY GUY formerly struction suited to needs of pros- trim new and beauty
protection
"COME ON BOSS on Edgewater Dr. is theI Grand Rapids, have purchased a store building and additionalland pective tenants is lagging. OIL BURNING FURNACES with Da Foot Trim and Trellis :
I Whitney and Guy Distributing on Edgewater Dr., to lead in expansion of the College : Lottie and Lola Lawler, operators It dries fut ..resists fad DI. :
I Co.. Inc. State agency for trop- of The Lawler Twins Agency, MAX T. RICHARDS
GIVE ME A BREAK1"I'm ical aluminum folding awnings Park area. I I report that they have requests for SINCE: 192*- manufactured by Expert Industries I more apartments and furnished 911 N. ORANGE PBOKB *-1M) _.._.. Qt.i .
Inc., of Grand Rapids, Mich. FLORIDA REALTORGRAMI homes than they can satisfy.
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Paul B. Whitney and William i ,i TRIM & TRELLIS

talking about those Fenestra I T. Guy. both formerly of Grand '; ............. ....... ;
Steel windows. They're attractive and per- Rapids building have and additional purchased land a store at State Realtors To Press FINE HOMES"JOE :;

manent-need no upkeep. Save you work 'I 2625 Edgewatrr Dr. from Car- t
too. Pittman's Builder's Supply Co. has 'em I:, ri-an and Boland. G. MYERS-REALTOR ;'Iltd 449- ;"

at the right price for you too. Call 2-3108 "0.l:ndo Ls 1 the ideal distribut- Drive for National Meet dos't 'forget vont J ;
!in" cer'cr! for Florida and Edge- I porch.It's one of the I
29 West Washington St. ,
today and ask about 'em. v.ater Dr. shows every indicationfor I ,' lira things visitors see.Use tough
quick growth and investment By VIOLET DUNHAM loeg-las Du Foot Porch Paint. ;
(Just around the corner from Orange Ave.) ,,
advantage" Whitney said. "We ExeCUli.e Cr-rw ., r f jrida A.QC'3tIGn, Pr; ." ,,rs Only
I also place like to Orlando live" as an attractive i I'FLORIDA Realty Journal; official publication of Florida \ "FINE HOMES"-AT ALL PRICES kD'i) $*50 Qt.
of Realtors, begins its 22d year of uninterrupted -
PTTMAN ,I with the October issue. Celebration of its SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF PHOTOGRAPHS !
activity a
UPIL{ !I Laundry; Buiding! Planned I years of service to Florida real estate and Florida Realtors l TEL. 8881 PORCH PAINT
J I _:-r, it tn: "|>* *,:ncfcv:: ::: Sentmel-Starl) will consist of a special November issue to be called All I .................... .
LEESBURQ W. Decker Jr. will I
Lj I -
construct a $5,000 self-service .Florida Invitation Issue. It will be I : tJd.tt fJ #R :
laundry at Meadow and Palmetto devoted to describing Florida in spite of tremendous increase in.. ..
d d
Sts.. here. all its phases and will be taken to rate of marriages and births. :, /"a,1 cu. :
-- --- --- I the San Francisco Convention beginning However, we haven't yet caught .I.II
JOS. BUMBYHDW.
Nov. 10, as an invitationto up with the demand made possible i i 1\\1\\\\ BLENDS ILLIAMS II! II.Ii i:
the 5,000 expected delegates to by 60 million jobs. Our opportunities -' co. :
\\ritesAUTOMOBILE
hold a national meeting in Florida will come in catching up-in I i 102 W. Church-Ph. C10I .
LUBMILL E R at Miami Beach. Prospects seem getting rid of scarcity-in building 'j INSURANCE ';: 'II','
good for acceptance. selling and renting houses to for eligible drivers. :11' I!:! 1
I the public that now demands more Resources of Insurance Company $51.000,000.00 Il
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AL UERLY has been I housing and better housing than i III'
PRES.
greatly honored by appoint- i ever before." i i I DIAL 2-3089 37 E. Pine St. il'q\'!, \:;
WORK ment by National Pres. Morgan III Since 192T I i ,
Fitch on the 1947 Resolutions I A fish In the water can move I '
Committee, representing the forward or backward, straight up l I : .
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whole Southeast region of the or straight down.
National Assn. lie will serve at I - ---- --
i e Roll Roo.Fing Shingles Doors Windows o Hardware the San Francisco convention
Nov. 10-14 out of which some NOW Famous
PAINT SHERWIN.WILLIAMSSWP
1\i Plaster Lime a Plywood Paint Brick resolutions to the of future greatest of real importance estate-

e' Drain Tile Moulding i- Oak will come.
e e Flooring. : *

,j I, MORGAN\ FITCH, president of House Paint is better than !

DRY FRAMING and BOARDSLet realtors' greatest Assn.opportunity. says the is ever

ending scarcity of houses. "Whenall
Us Estimate Your Needs is said and done. Pres. Fitch

says actually"our a measure housing of shortage today's high Is RtICH 1NPURE LINSEED OIL,! :
standards of living-the highest in
PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC. I the houses history of any people. Our
were not used up nor

Phone 2.1229. Michigan Ave. at ACL RY. I ended destroyed the war during with the more war.dwellingsper We 'I[

1,000 population than we had I
at the time of Pearl Harbor-in I In painting your home, it costs less to use

the best that's why SWP Is the most


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STERLING DOUBLE-HUNG AlUminUm WINDOWS SWP IS 6 WAYS BETTER!

;I 1. Honest-Film..Thickness! SWP 4. Whiter! Brighter! Whiter whites

) \j WITH MATCHING SCREEN AND STORM SASH ii' shows no deep brush marks...no weak :.. brighter more beautiful COWl!Tbalpssp
. spots in the 61m. Your house gets an "freshly painted"look lasts for years!
. i an o n10s "Honest"full coat of paint all over I
5. Cleans Itself! '.
Enrdm.ther. *
ti 2. QuIcker-Dry'lng'! No sagging r or
heavy rain, SWP cleanses itself of &CCQowrinkling.
i Keep building costs down SWP dries through and mulated dirt.
r t through before heavy dust can collect!

$ 5 59 3. Smoother Surface!Dirt can't get 6. Saves More Money! SWP stays ..
SMOOTH Eliminate maintenance costs a toehold on SWF's tougher, smoother beautiful:j t does not require repainting
glossier surf ace I for yeast
EASY OPERATION s


Sterling ALUMINUM Windows COST LESS THAN OTHER WINDOWS,
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when all installation charges are considered, because with Sterling ,1

Windows you have no time cost for assembling, fitting, attaching

I hardware, and painting/ Sterling Windows come packaged SHER WIN-WILLIAMS i

:; : ,. t ready assembled, ready for quick, easy installation. Nothing but PORCH & FLOOR ENAMEL
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glazing remains to be done before or after installation. shout"welcome.
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Bright Enamel
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.t ELIMINATE DUST eliminate maintenance costs! ,,.. finish resists scuffs, washed. Dries quickly. 1 hour.I.euea.o"pain
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t-unbsH! t-ruttntl-@ttar'! '!III. Special Notices lIS. Schools and I Services Offered I 19. Services Offered 19. Services Offered 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale I

ORLANDO. FLORIDA I BOAT TRIPS from Mt., Dora to 8iJvr I HIGH SCHOOL BANDING-FINISHING PAINTDJa-Bouse painting ig an art. :WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR de ARMY TYPEWRITER DESKS. Bassinette. BRIEF CASES-Genuine leather. 2Gb
Bprino the .and delivery so. ( stove. *15. diaett Florida SqaiMMB
throacte beautitulOklawaha high school education work conserve money p.rment Bus
eu.raDttP.
; PAGE 12 SEPTEMBER 21. 47 I! Rter. Wise Boat Works.Ptvon spare time with .. : me.nl.. Orlando 1101 your home. ou safe with tprOYI &rIe. Re.l.bl price. Another set. Sio. sas .te beater and. tank. I of.. 39 N. Oraose ... .$454. .
.. 'i Pharmacy, 125 $20, electric refrigeratorwheelchair;
3121. Mt. Dora. P5 Texts furnished. No 180S N. Orange Av. dial P. Curtis. Call 2-393 for estimates. &
plomas. Free booklet. I Orange. Phone 2-3186. crib and chest, glider, ..b. machine BOAT-14 foot marine PlYo 418
FISHING) PARTNER WANTED ican SchooL Dep'P.O.. PLUMBING) IPABI King : Aiminster rug; and HUtere [
WauM like to contact acUr mid- Tampa SANDING AND FINISHING i for I''P. W PA A steam cleaning Job other furniture. 1051 N. Orlando Ay. : wfeeei.
Classified dla>r4 fishing and bunting *nLBtiiiait service. Modern equip- I! Phone 5059. Residence. 1729 Or.nd.PWE 70r bou. will.lEt Its former AMMUNITION-Shot gun shells for mCYCl, ..ror'de.r. 21 O..e. .
t* accompany m. on oe- PIANO STUDIO bl'r unit. Establish beauty. 01.r let usunitarylie all Also complete line of
1 rational ,. N. Skilled workman LAWN MOWER RP.IP your kitchen before the e.Ule. BATH TB. S la .
fitbinc trip us comPfett Summerlin. Orace ; lcensd. cartridges. Bumby Hardware. 102 W. .. _
Uhlnc oath W. E. Dale.as. b.musw take limited Stevens I sb.rn..d Hanson Dtl starts Free estimates enmel S.
Inur..d. Foor .. ... tour"SD .
,I 4. Orlando.OKT students. Call 9738. Phone 6582. : Cc 976. Smih. call 9174. Church Antoinette Aye. winter _
AIR CONDITIONING UNITS-2 portable Vatae U
; TOUR UVK: Khrtmp at Hrnrr'sM SPEECH STUDIO AND DOWNSPOUTS in-I RIO SERVICE-Lee O.nb,. You LARGE PALMS shrubs heavy ob Carrier and SUItable BILLFOLDS-Leather clearance.Herman's B9 <'
Sentinel-Star 81
87.50. now
... vast end ., Can OsilieInde. and dramatic Also sheet metal work o .1. save money by using our eas jects moved -with d..rck for cooling KYID.tr. rea- n.l W.
offce.
Wanl-Ad Kates chimney 137 W. Orlando Call L.n Offe. : c
t f .. Boata. motors and tackle I. now Ph. 2-4374 .entU.t.. .hos, .tem. Monr. 81.L. Ma.bl Phone 52 5633. 3 Up
4O9 : BOATS-12
W. ktP Uie mullet for ocean flsh- Witer ROOFTNO-"eoraetliing new has ft ro.b.t wu
Daily tie IMMiBlBU
.t L. LAIbF Utilitybuilding.
ALUMINUM GARAGE Or rowboat -
Charge TVS !... Clean modern cabins over- SCHOOL. of Real ..Et.. nlhL Dnn.un Metal I been added. ".rou.- Single ply fi U..m. B" Aluminum frame Johnson 110. 8125.- J4ftcLstom .
for W. Park. with S HP. "
Sa..day 30* pe* to I Kht. vrek or month. Lou HenrT.BARMONT I I Pep.r. enter F.lrb.nks Wintr outlasts any known prouc" especially find U.m. fDd them. P 5718.I6UGHEYS and aiding. 1a0. ... door. plywood.hD rewboat with
....... D. .tud..nt may WASH by Stem.Lux : adapted to flat dopingroofs. MODERN HOME repairsAdditions price in one only. Mills and Spec. bu 82OO. AD. Ala
Untmta 5
I MX CONVALESCENT: home. ; write come I; For Information can 8510. new m.r .
I CMeecutive Dais I.. IUM S day Oood food .Good care. Licensed I> register: : at oh Co, 2-3625. .S.1 let I Smith te Sons Roofing Co. roofing Nothing down ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE-Number -12 and new beatswith
I Cav Ktl.. Dart lie Uae a day ..... !. chart. Reasonable rates. hours P... 139 ou why. Estimates free. per square, roofing $Ihlle. 36 5026 months for estimate.to pay I desid Phone. 18 mesh. 3: inch. 38 Inch. 48 bait wens, I stock Call or
CM" I average: Ward | UMsu 2737 PairbaaU ATt. Phone 82$. WIDtH St. orl..ado Ph. 6566. $6.S Raymonds Wln er A Co.. 100 phone Edwards S F.a
: Sae
In..h Suthea\ Sel .
at.as& .O.t .. &ta1 ..- r.rk.iLulsAo&. TUTORING- WASHED. 8rtn and roll Rd. W.rehoua. te. AY. and Old Apopka Hll..J' wa
Silal. 30. bas Ll U. Jobs VENETIAN BLINDS Our i ter Park 769-R ,
nia* f.ctl
aiendertztnc also forerflUa trade children.ho.e APARTMENT-COTTAGE equipment. I
I I C..ari I*. Days 25. BBC e. day $ and ArthrItis: Oltberts.1sv. Croup or ,. 8328 .u.r.nte trained emplo yeses n .ep.1 Complete kitchen with refrigerator I good c.
j RADIO REPAIRING! BICCl
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I c-.c.u.: Deya 24 hM a- ayaiBM Dpnd.bl..nd make of bl1nd or rp.lnto lok
: TalMl* Ladles OolF.ioncaI : able. Ph 2-4374 'f.r 1 BUILDING-Long experience ': economical repairs new. .. BUd Mfg. r.nle. sink and cabinets. W.trhe.ter .tlepo.. .
3 bass)
am no longer responsible i having at present an trained t.thnle.o. Call 'Scotty"St : Co. 1739 RuM Ave; H..tn. .ntms .. P.rl. 130.
aba..a.. asas ........ 1 16. Travel Brltta and Inc.. 428 '.
.... .. far debts other than my own.li.ed.Joh crew of cr.f. EI..drlatore. NEW for ot Mo..r. Apphanc.
buldln. your rug. 1
asp sv.s S. N. l.
U C.no
356 N. Orange Ave. 2-.u.
P. Roaa. _ be t BAIETelp. _
ass a. asssS.s-lt&. S.SIS. I j'I with steam
: ii smp. AUTO RADIO Philco. S35. 1 ft. in.
rDlCia-SUPPORTS Steamship and building project In Florida. I 6
-IndIvIduallyIssIied. master Rug King '
-- -.r sas 1202 E. Wasblntton. Ph !!I Your tr..e questions : ed. write. Bert Wilhelm. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial i Ave. Phone C..ne". 32 z 6 ft 8 in. closet Hush door. 821 : BARWE .-Wl.IU6
2-MOS.: Mrs. 'Warren. Orlando Box i! and household repairs.Good I Arlington.AQUELI.A'The.
.. tbort.tyel. 62. Jdl.a.pl Ind 'I' foria Bud C.
AB Waat-Aas atari The Ortaftde.afwrauM 9504.IRERVATOSS j work charges Phowe
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baa The ..(!... sad TIM -. Chorea and Main Arcade. Phons14S : srd work, button- euson Rrrll".tlon' Bnke. proofing paini for CODrete... blocks BABY CARRIAGES FeliBai. regular A'I
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f... .....A. Department to assaft. slogan for Th* Health Home. Every 'i ipatient HAVANA. CUBA- ; i _ _ Gu..at..P mothproofing Co. of .nle. party ..reePtion.. Longwood Hotel. Long- AMMUNITION-Shot gun Ib.l 12. BEDS-Rollaway. '. tinS with luersprlng t.
.. .. am. ... S ... daily. ,eared for by licensed phTsij j j I Lnl.. TrYf'1 Bnte. General repairs I 2-299. Klenlz i .o. 13 for .ueetlon. and prices.A 16. 20, and 410 I.U. 2. I'll cartridges mattress. $"M rnaijlite.
..... .. clan. Diet exereis and special' treat- 'F Phone construction. Windows SEPTIC INSTALLED andcleaned. I long and H..ran'f Orlando Furniture Co 141 sad 81S
freaa S U asa.Dea4UM Sn..t. '. I MEAL OR A SANDWICH at the 27 W. Church.ALUMIlsUl.I .
far aU4&l Pasts Eat**. meets to promote hralttu iOnly onevacancyt. A caulkingservice L.a. r years Downey Flake Coffee Shop. 29 E. L.D Of" W. Church 8t "
I us < Phone 5033. REV TON 30 D.I..n. Pb 952 j In buiDeu.. Altermatt. .6730 or I Central Ave.. 6.00 ajn.. to 7:30p.m.daily MOtLIGS. trimmingand CTRY-pl..le like at Pow-
| Street. Phone 5301. I MOWEVu.n\ cut 7:7 I except. Sunday. sink 11s 20of. Sut.. Hardware. 102
V.. Can PI**. Year 12. Lost and Found I j jBILLFOLD m.chlneI us. SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned: everything r St..e Sales 10 Amea. W. Church. i
WaD&-A..7 Tel ph n. 1! 17. Hauling and I REPAIRED Also : pumped and hauled. P. J. Burke.permanent 1 j'I 13. Good Things to Eat 2-1t. CHEST OF S DRAWERS. $
DiAl 41C1It. LOST-Red. Initialed cutting service. Hanson-Dix- resident AIRPLANE MODELB-Cusispiet. stock studio couches new. 849 M: $- i
JMK. Please call 2-4359 !!' VAN I 2309 N. Orange Ave Route 19. BOx 231; n.ctn TURKEYS-Finest a IbFairvllla model and accessories- Ho I breakfast seta $15. chairs 81 : t
CAT-LOST Siam..... 726 Lucerne I|'I AL ..UES LEAKS'-Tried the rest, try SEPTIC -Installed. : I I msc oj ., boats racing c.r. Moelluppl..s. I mire Furniture. 308 W. C. .'
Terrac Liberal reward. Ph. 5856DOO Call Storage Sc .. Expert prompt. Ph. proved 60O gal. capacity : 5927. Haley 214 N. Or.nU.66.AVOMT I I CHEST OF ,
Baby Sitter*-Chfld Car i Co.. (Fd..lt on tanks on 17th St. West of j WATER HEATERS- WD. .W.lw
LOST In storm. Small black fre.sU.tf'S I Blossom 2-4519 'S large 9
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terrier with tan lees bob tail. :, distance movlnr. 581 RESILVERED-Made to I j I T. H.len-Mu..lf. 32. Articles for Rent gas. 1015304011. cia 524 Forottwa Co. t
PAST AND CHILD CAKE-* \. Nam U Bine. Bill Anderson. 210 Et. Phone 2-3184. I window glazing .l.s. OrI I 1 SL SYSTkMS. -Installed. Immed1 .- Circulating oil bet.n. 141 .and_Si5o:. Church
MM WHIM*. CseeltMU care ky ..5..tIS.Sd Oaceola 947 or Post Office. 8101. AERO MA Mirror Works. 5249 d..lnr. Phone 8749. DorsayCraig Spark. From 31.0 to 70.0 S
.. astral 715BOARDING I'I aWE & .. S. Bumby.3RACTOR BULLDOZER-With rk. and dine.Hourly B.T.U. capacity. CEMENT B811 each Drain .
Reward. _ ]t -Long AND REPAIR 188 Free I' tile .
moYln. SHOP-PIP i or contrac. e 1.w. Attic fans from 30 to Silent : 12 I and
HOME far lalaau end 000LOST8roteb Collie brown and er Van and and SERVICE New ground Phone 24257.I breeze fan t-lu 24 inch a standard
sl.a cuMr. .r UM WOTS, loo* i estimates: local Ihn.dll E'ptrO Plowed. lots leveled Contract Of U. 1 li-
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AMMM Its. rm. _ age. p.ttlns. crem. and I i W. hourly rates. Phone :-1283. BULWDZERD8., ilO silk. in 1 T.t
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BABY AMY CHILD c.,.. By day. section., black. j 8 I TRACTOR WORK New troundpiowro. 2-6744.Arnold I J aiding: .
Conway White tan: RESTORED to new i iI' > : j Iem. .
week .. b..r. !. .. ...... EsceUbt very shy K yon see him please call DEEMS DELIVERY Russ springs padding ,! din moving landvaping. i SANDERS 1 1"B" Willard Reiser. Vogue Theater I supplies: nipples and IIUS:
raft a,vUetf. 13 K. Harvard; C D Bloant 2-2883. e |!I 7673. light moving I' .. materials superior "Open I I I Ph. 9106 or Winter Park. 104-W. i FLOOR -Reasonable New American rates I II j I block. Colonlaltown Phone 5136. Electric wiring, '. 0cc.of .

( I Hrmf _ _ I, I,every load insured: ." ." Russ Mattress Co.. TREE SURGERY-AU k il. Plm I C. Burke.new edger. Bumby. 7851 1 I BEDROOM SUITE-Double with plywood. cheap. ':handles "
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HAjttta! FLAT SCHOOL U. Beauty Parlors I, FR-VAN & Church; 2-2213. trimmed or rmov..d. Beautyrest 6 b. Rollaway I Short .nl. Irol. b
... 34. Kewrs S U1 11M. MSrark 1 j jAMMERMAN j I loads or part MACHINES REPAIRED-Our !I trees our specialty. Pine trees removed FLOOR. All SANDER-Edger and polisher ''I bed I'hes. tf: child'sroll ; 6010_Cheney Hiahway.
D.sat Or ua3 _ Helene Curtis cold New York. Chicago or I guaranteed Check with cheap. Lots cleared Licensed I new., Arnold Paint Sere top desk 907 Seville Can I CONVEYOR-Orsvity