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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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HALT A MILLION PEOPLE LIVE I !

vithii 75-miT. radius ef Orlando. the -I
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l..tstock production. 56 per cent or Florida's Page 6 Parsons ]. 1*

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Tis a Privilege Live in Central Florida-The World Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Living U

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. United States Wins First Round in UN Fight Against Russians



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Little And Don't Stagger and ,I The Annual Road Block I : New T

: Assembly CHICAGO I API Actor Jimmy Stewart, in town for the filming Europe's Plan I Tropical

of a movie in which he portrays a Chicago Times reporter said I

yesterday every newspaperman he meets coaches him on how to II S% o<''l'I,

i Plan Is Upheld I play an un-Hollywoodish reporter. Drawled the lanky Stewart: I. ) I ( ) I Blow\ Located

I "They say for Heavens sake don't have your hat on the back For

of your head. And don't pick up the telephone and make the Recovery \. I

Soviets ProtestMarshall I' _receiver do a somesault in the air. And don't wear a trench coat." South of CubaDisturbance




Proposal I Apopka Phone On Way Today Believed Heavy Not



Called Big Victory I Nations To Seek MIAMI [AP] Storm warnings

LAKE SUCCESS [UP] The Izf l..
Meet Set Today : flapped on the 1-v.ver

United States won the first : \ $16 Billion Aid $i East Coast of Florida !a.tnicht

round of its fight for an overhauling -
zf.7y' Florida Railroad Commission : ; as a new tropica! ciis-;
of the United Nations PARIS [AP] The report of
'urbance threatened to become -
will hold an hearingin
machinery yesterday when open the 16-Nation European Eco .
the Hall the a major .itorm and workers
Apopka City on '
La
the General Assembly's steering ; nomic Conference, which says es battled feverishly in the Cans

committee spurning Russia's protests \. phone service there at 9:30: that Western will dr)
: _. Europe netd 1\\ : $ Point-Belle Glade farming dsui:
.tto t ;
recommended full debate of Th1Ij' a.m. today, W. L. Taylor of $16.295,000,000 from the United : ; to stem a flood. caused by a turnrane -

the American plan for a vear- the Stauffer Chemical Co.. Apopka.
which struck four days ago.
States for economic recovery, will 1\1t\
round "little assembly. The ne.storm, by
1 said.Richard be sealed today and flown to the pinpointed

The "little assembly" plan was A. Mack. new member, United States for action by Secy.of the Federal Storm Warning Ser-

proposed by See. of State :Marshall of the commission join acting State Marshall. ---- -

as a means of skirting the chairman Wilbur C. King to hear ga5rcs Midwest Catches BlowCIIIC.GO '
Foreign Secy. Berm of Great
t'X Security Council where the ., complaints about service providedby [IUP] The remnants
Britain will wield the '
gavel
sIgnalizing -
Western Powers have been --- the Florida Telephone Corp., of the gulf hurricane lashed

thwarted by Russia's veto. ROBERT W. BErfTLEY with home offices in Ocala. the close of the two and ; across the :Middle est yesterday -
one-half months old conference and swept into Southern
i/
Marshall wants the assembly to claimed by death AH interested citizens were
and a Royal Air Force plane will Michigan, and headed to Cana
meet all year as a 55-nation commission urged to appear at the hearing.A da. Winds! of 65 miles an hour
fly the 20.000-word to
taking over all matters preliminary meeting in the report caused extensive property dam.
Robert Washington.The .
Bentley .
chemical company's office will age.vice
blocked by the veto in the Security
I report says Europe's eco-
Council. be held at 8:30 a.m. to prepare
nomic crisis can be remedied and over the Isle of Pines south-
The steering committee's action. Dies Suddenly material for the hearing.It .
i post-war reconstruction accomplished east of Havana, was still not well
which virtually assures full debate is reported that the new dial ,
by the importation of raw organized, but was reported to
of the Marshall plan. was opposed system installed in Apopka some
In BradentonBRADENTON be
I materials totaling $16,295 million. increasing in intensity and
only by Russia and Poland. The months ago. has given continual
with the United States footing the now moving northwestward about
other nations of the commit- trouble and the
12 AP Robert many complaints
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bill and machinery worth $3.394 10 miles an hour.
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registered with
the commissionhave
Harmony Plea Uttered William Bentley, 69, editor million to be paid for by the International Winds of 50 miles an hour
resulted in the calling of the I
:MARSEILLE, France [IAPI] and general manager of the Bank. were reported over Grand Cayman -
French Prf'S.1nrent Auriol meeting to air the situation.Argentine !
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Bradenton Herald died of On the eve of the close of the Island, and Miami, still
yesterday appealed to the United: a
States and Russia to abandon conference. Premier Ramadier indicated heart attack at his home here
their state of "armed fear" Paper in a speech that France which struck Wednesday! morn-

which he said would lead inevitably yesterday. felt the absence of the Soviet :; ins, was being buffeted with
Ke immediate president A
was past
to war. Union and other eastein Europe'' winds of 30 miles an hour with
-- ---- : of the Associated Dailies of States from the rJnffT"ce."We gusts up to 40 miles an hour. ,
Including the United States -
tee Florida and a one-time chairman Hits U. S. Press ; !
voted I feel that Russia Control of' Cancer | I The black and red northeast
art all other great powers, ct the Florida Site Highway ; as well 46 Farm Income'Is Floods Follow )'

to recommend consideration of the I Commission.A as! England" forms a part of. Diet \ storm warning flags were ordered

plan by the 55 nations in the full prominent Florida newspaperman -I BUENOS AIRES [API) The Europe enough Ramadler room around said."There's I By Synthetic I! up from West Palm Beach southto

assembly.The for many years. Bentley was i newspaper Democracia. owned by the table for everybody." Believed Possible the Florida Keys at noon. Small

committee also recommended -' well known for public service here' Eva Duarte Peron wife of the $$241/2 Billion Hurricane GriefNEW craft along the entire South Florida -

by a flimsy majority-and and throughout the State. He Argentine President. charged an Russia from whom France last ,' I BERKELEY. Cal. [lAP) A theory I coast were advised to remain
recently held the post of publicity week requested wheat and other that it may be possible to control .
gain<< over Russia's vigorous op- unidentified sector of the North eastern European nations declined in port.
chairman of the Flonda Safety WASHINGTON [UP] The cancer with synthetic, false foods ORLEANS A
position full-dress assembly debate Council.A 'American press yesterday with to attend the conference or par- which interfere with cell growthwas [ P1] Meanwhile the Florida Highway -

of ways to soften the Allies' native of North Adams, Mass.. : launching a campaign against ticipate in the plan for United Nation's farmers received a announced yesterday by a Floods added new terrors to j Patrol reported that floodwaters -

peace treaty with Italy. Bentley came with his parents to'i i the Argentine Government. States aid for European reconstruction I, record $4% billion for last University of California scientist. the New Orleans area yesterday -| were lapping over a small
Silver Springs at the age of 11. proposed by MarshalL i Such a diet would adversely af-
Both actions were victories for He began his newspaper career as An eight column headline asked year's crops and started 1947 feet the general well-being of the';! as much of the Gulf| dike protecting the town of Canal

for the United the Soviet States Union.A and.bitter pills a printer's apprentice in Ocala at "Is a certain sector of the North Hoover Appeals with assets worth $111.209-I, patient but probably would be Coast began clearing away ;I Point. on the eastern shore of

the age of 14. : American press substituting Braden I I less damaging than continued ;: Lake Okeechobee.
short time later the committee j ,,
million. Agriculture Department debris and its dead from
Survivors the widow, Mrs. growth of the said the counting
are discontent in' cancer ex- ; All available help was being
recommended debate on Amer- as an agent of |
ica's proposal for a debate on in- Leona Bentley; a son John J. our hemisphere?" The reference j For Cut in Waste I economists reported yesterday.The !| perimenter Dr. David M. Green- last Fridays hurricane. mustered to sandbag the breaks
Bentley of Savannah; a daughter, 1946 "cash receipts" ; berg. i Property losses were staggeringand
Continued on Page 2. CoL'61 I Mrs. Lutie B. Smith of Bradenton,'1 was to Spruille Braden. former i i =,' T A3 n'd Prf','1 I represented Greenberg is a specialist in the complete estimates could not i [Continued on Page Z, Col. 5]
and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Simsof assistant Secretary of State. who | Mr. and Mrs. U. S. consumer. an Increase of 208 percent chemical aspects of nutrition. He

New Port Richey. Funeral services was an outspoken opponent of the cheered over the pre-war 1935-39 made his report in the journal, be made immediately. Heaviest j
by indications that the
U.S. Disputes CriticsOf have been tentatively set for administration of Pres. Juan': average while the asset figurewas Science. It covered only preliminary losses appeared to be from crop The Weather
grocery bill may have stopped its : I
Actions Tuesday. I Peron. _______ ;! more than double the value experiments on cancer-im- damage. ORLANDO AND VICINITY:
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Troop were appealedto j farmers held on Jan. 1, 1940. ;1: pregnated mice. on which the re- The toll of dead from the furious -i Partly cloudy today and tomor-
by former: Pres. Herbert Hoover suits were not conclusive. The
TRIESTE lAP) U S. Army authorities -: yesterday to help the world The economists report based research is continuing. storm may not be known for i row with few widely scattered
yesterday disputed YugO- Cuban Revolt Try Broken weather "a prim food year" by on revised figures. pointed out -------- afternoon showers. Moderate

slav criticisms of American troops' voluntary rationing.!: that most of the increase in farmers' Snakes Move In I southeasterly winds.
Firemen Rescue Man .
conduct during their withdrawal gross earnings resulted from
Hoover told Madison
a Square'' Gl'LFPORT. Miss. [AP] Sound I
from the Morgan line in Venezia HAVANA fUPl) Cuban authori-' Army Chief of Staff Gen. Gen- Garden audience in New York still-booming prices that have From Own 'Hot Seat' trucks moved through this city :
Giulia last Monday.A ties announced yesterday they had ovevo Perez Damera indicatedthe that "unnecessary human con- shot up their income still further yesterday warning residents to Cracker Jim Sez:

communique issued by TRUST broken up an incipient revolt arsenal belonged to a revolutionary sumption and waste of food" must during the first eight months of' PITI'SBURGH lAP! When his remain away from the piles of t Squire Larkm claims he done
Trieste U. S. Troops I headquarters -against the Government by seiz-: !group inside the National be reduced and farmers must "re this ,"ear.DeSpite. pants caught fire. Jack Kirkman. debris thrown by Friday's had the best corn crop this year

said no shot was fired by a ing 13 truckloads of guns and am- < Police Force which planned sist the natural tendency to feed the record take last : 35. called for the fire department.With hurricane. Huge up water moccasins he ever had an that if fen Jed Prod
tingle soldier or unit during or munition ranch outside to attack the and seize the said. farmers went smoke rising from his hip '
on a > army wheat to animals when coarse year report driven in from outlying had left them _ _
after the operation.The further into debt. The total of pocket he dashed a half blockto '
Havana. II | power. grain feed is scarce. inlands infest the debris offi- ,rosten ears alone 3 -
statement denied the i Discovery of the arsenal coin-' Discovery of the weapons and But he added that Americans crop loans increased from $3.119 a fire box to turn in an alarm. rtals said. 1 he would a been
troop protected "bands of Fascist i tided with a shakeup in the Cuban I the police shakeup followed the so- could not be expected to make million to $3.524 million during Then he ran back home and'' I'' able to fatten up

Italians or allowed "Infil- National Police Force which placed!' called "battle of Miramar" in a sacrifices "unless there is complete the year and mortgages on farms waited. Three engines and an ''them milk eoari ,
tration of Chetnik or Ostachi i a top army officer. Col. Enrique j fashionable Havana suburb last ro-operation abroad." climbed $600 million to a year-end ambulance arrived and firemengot days because of crippled communi- where they would

bands.. | Hernandez Nardo. at the head of week in which seven persons were Meanwhile the average man in total of $4.890 million. I right to the seat of the trouble. cations tabulations and blocked roads.that the Latest t have give a pal-

'Wherever Yugoslavs tried to the police to replace Col. Fabio killed and 11 wounded in fighting the U. S., well fed. but at increasing indicated to-|lion a day. The

I I force U S.lines troops fixed to by the withdraw Ruiz. between two rival police factions. expense. weighed the Egyptian Worker Mob Shanghai Dance Halls !! Continued on Page 2. Col. 5] {Squire done
from the peace ---- downward trend begun last weekin
often mak-
swore :
treaty they refused to move and commodity prices after they Denounces U. S. Britain Ordered Shut Sept. 30 : in that eaele
; Waiter Hit Truck water -
Shrin I II Beach by
replied that their orders were to \ r DelegatesExpected Daytona Building had reached all-time in
an high
CAIRO [TAP More than 1,000 SHANGHAI {API! The city gov- j though. cause all his friens
their
stand the communique firm on declared.positions. I in Miami I II Permits Total $7,500 the aggregate. He held hope that employes of the Egyptian Army ernment received orders from the Crashing Into Cafe start visitin him soon as all thework's
meals might cost a little less this the central government yesterday to I over. Hit shore is funny how
I workshops marched on presidency MARION. O. r API Bernie Lit-
Toniaht's Movies I MIAMI f API Four trainloads of [?':. -a1 'J Or '--> V 3 5- -1 1 !' week than last.Southern of the council of ministers close all dance halls by Sept. 30 trell. 41. a waiter, received only : them rascals can stay away when

delegates for the Southeastern DAYTONA BEACH A city yesterday denouncing Britain and as part of the new austerity pro minor leg:: injury yesterday whena you want em an show up when

"FEACHAMKU! 'J :20. 9 i7.noxy. of [)Mlh. 1:29.: 3.28. I Shrine convention which opens : building permit was granted last Textile Union the U.S. They cheered Premier gram. Municipal officials said. one and one-half ton truck you don't need em. Guess ole Jim

Itlu of D.-tb. 1:29. 3.26. 5:23.: week to Mattie Jewell. 947 Bryant Mahmoud: Fahmy Nokrashl Pasha however. that the City Council plunged into a lunchroom four ,. Weatherbee had better be a gittin
',20. 5 11 here Sept. 25 were scheduled to for construction of a $2,000: Demands Wage Increase and shouted. "Long live Russia, would be asked to extend the dead- miles west of here on Route 30. busy or me an Jed will shore be
CAMEOOn* More Tomorrow
<'OLONY: Boom To.n. 230. 4 51. 7:12. arrive here this week. j church. ATLANTA IUPJ J' The Textile'' Poland and Syria!" I line six months. The driver was unhurt. uncommon cold come Winter time.TODAY'S .
In R. Lee Mulloy illustrious potentate Other peermits granted late in'' Workers Union of America fCIO) I
ORAND: Three On 1 Ticket. 2'13. 4'32.SI. of Miami Mahi Shrine
the week were: Mrs. E. C. A. Reed yesterday demanded a 15-cent- BritiAnti-Jewiup I'
Oort to College. 1:00
S P 10; Sane IrgunKidnapingSeenStep j 300 Search for Girl TIDES
3 19. 5 M. 7 57. 10.16 Temple said last night that the 733 N. Atlantic painting $500: an-nour general wage increase in Daytona Coach and P4ew Smyrtla teach
RIALTO; It Happened on Sib Avenue. t "convention will definitely be held ; Elmer L. Reinheimer 1601;' Congress the Southern textile industry in 'Shooting War' Head Arrested at Rally Believed Tide*: Hlcii 1:01: am.. 1.38 pm low
930. SJS. (.45: Gmaer. 110.: 4.25. 736. in Miami from Sept. 25 to Sept. KidnappedMARION. I 7.-OS am.. 8:10: pm'
10 49VOGUE. : garage, $500: John A. Brown a move the union described to JERUSALEM fUPl Masked men LONDON f UP) Jeffery Hamm. a Cocoa, Beach. Tides; Rich' 1 11 ara
With Wom i. 3 41, Several delegates have asked I Ohio I AP I Officials ,
Trouble ,,28. 709 Goodall. alterations, $500; meet the rising cost of living. British ,1.48p. low 7.15 am. 820 pm
7 OS. 10 29: Stanley and Ui m"ton. 2.00 if It was still on as scheduled because Ocean Dunes Club 1607 S. Atlantic of the extremist Jewish under-I leader of the Anti-Jewish said yesterday a futile hunt by 300 I Sebastian Inlet' Tidm: Hisb 1:; am..
S 24. I 45.DRIVE1N. ground group Irgun Zvai Leumi'' League of Ex-Servicemen and I 1 1.4J pm. low '710 am.. 8:15 ,,
of the hurricane. It definitelY j for pretty Roxie Ann
: TOIl Came Alone I i painting. $1.000: George Fascist persons I! Sun l>ha.e*: Rises B'13 sets 22
APOPK: Bark PrIvate Come t1mr.C is going on." i ii Singer 4 Braddock. addition, Collision, Explosion Saturday night kidnaped a girl right hand man of British Green 16. missing from her homeat ,,i LOCAL TEMPERATURES
DELANO: Dishonored Lady. DREKA: i "commando" of the moderate Ha- Leader Sir Oswald Moley. was Ohio since Recorded *or U S. Weather Bureau at
We of D.n.er; Queen ol the Yukon. I $3,000. Fatal To Two Students I forces. the rival arrested last night at a disorderly nearby Prospect Municipal Airport-
ganah bringing ,
rrSTIS- Mo. Rote. i Record Rains Disrupt I last Friday night led him to believe I Maximum 90; Minimum 73
OROVELANDUnderrorer: / MaIM BATESVILLE. Ark. fUP One groups one step nearer to what rally which seven Labor membersof she had been kidnaped.OVERNIGH'f lam .. .. 75 j Spin ._ 89
ft HAINES San/ Ari.eto.KISSIMMEE CITY. : Fun On a W,,keDei. Ben ;, Routine at Raleigh :; Chinese Red Attack j automobile rammed the rear of observers believe may become a Parliament attended as ob 3 3 am am __ 7S 74 j I 3 3 pm pm -.---- ---89 83:

: Fabuloua Dorseys.LESBcRO ': another and exploded the gasoline shOting war.Orlando. 'servers. 4 am '741 I 4 pm u. 81
: Fieata. FAIN: Smbad the I RALEIGH. N. C. I lAP) A nine- Reported Repulsed tank early yesterday. burning a I AND 5 am P74. 5 pm 8i
I hour record-breaking 5.64-inch 6 am '14. 6 PM 8J
BaiterMOONT Bed Rouse I' NANKING rAP The Govern- Batesville High football star. Bobby ________ u_h
DORA: niP 7 am 74 t 7 pm 81
I PANPORD: The Homestretch PRINC- : rain that ended here early yester- |' ment's central news agency reported Young, 16 to death and killing Standard Tops! DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen 8 am _. 'iSI I 8"" 79
ESS. TvUwht On the Rio Grande; Violence. I day plunged the city into darkness Ella Dodd. 17. Living 9 am 81 9 pm .... 78
.. for half an hour did exten- yesterday the repulse of a :_ _ I I1947Sctember19E you order mer- 10 an 53tlO I\ pt 77
ST CLOUD' Fun OB a W..kHld Communist attack on Tungkwan, It am 86 | 11 mn 78
WINTER GARDEN: Repeat Perform- .sive damage to streets and sewers, Howe much does the average index of living standards. accounted chandise from Orlando Noon ... 88 I XUattbt 7>
'stalled scores of automobiles and important railway junction on the Orlando resident spend each year? for most of each dollar stoics, specify quick sate i -

WINTER HAVEN Fiesta The Westerner.PALACE' 'forced the evacuation of a tourist Honan-Shensi Province border. Where does he spend it-and for spent in Orlando. The food delivery by Sentinel-Star TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE
POLK
LAKELAND Keeper- of the: Bec: Scared to camp. The agency also said the Communist S_ : aq 71aa "H 73w PI'i S*"t what? bill was 9,425.000. far above the Express the Jack Rabbit I WASHINGTON (AP) tatter Bureau report -
Death. LAKE: Itt AlWMi Loved You; siege of Shanhsien. 45 ( 26 Answers to these questions. contained $6.652,000 of 1945. Per person Line that leaves daily on I ol temperatures' for UM :24 tours
2ZEJ25 8pmStation
ending 1
TratMnc Troubles.It Who'da Thought It? miles east. was expected to be 27 In the current Sales Man it amounted to $169. The South schedule for 41 Central High Low Station H'9h LowAsfaelC
lifted soon.Gambling. Atlantic states spent $121 and < fa 61 I Kaoxvllle 68"
i agement survey. point to a higher Florida towns. Mer-
I RALEIGH, N. C. (UP] A Green- 2930 Atlanta 88 71 i Los Angeles 81 nAtI'Dt.
Pays You To Tell Others I' I i standard of living in Orlando thanin Florida, $130 per capita for chants telephone 6291 for ... City 78 66 LouiSTiile 87 7O
ville. N. C., attorney was elected!
Arrest Act i food. Birmingham 9O 74 I Mtnn-St Paul 63;: SI ,
most of the cities of the nation. Agent to call for mer;!
president of the North Carolina 1947 October 1947 Investigated Boston 70 49 MooUe S7 79( 1
Wh n you have I room to rent. omethinc Expenditures in the local retail The other retail categories chandise. Buffalo 83a; I New Orleanf 81 **
t. ..a. or I service: to ofln.I Young Democrats without opposition -' Assailed in SuitJACKSONVILLE stores totaled $66.752,000 in 1946, in the survey-general I Burlinston 70 50 I NOW York .1> h-
in spite of his name Hoover Suit .:M.. "\ < Werf 7* K-t 81 60
other through a s M and also :Chattanooia W 08 I Pnaatelpbls
I M'U pay you to tell Taft. (API The Rev.R. a sharp increase over the previous;' merchandise drugs. Chicago 70 M i Phoenix itt 70 2
f !ScBUnel-aur w nt-Ad. I D. Ingle pastor of the Berea 123456'7891o11 year's 50795000. This is stamp Orlando a quality market. Clacumatl I Pltutmrth 85 6O
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Baptist Church, has sought a I lent to spending at the equiva-I' Purchases of general merchandise : I'Cleveland = 88 I! Portland Richmond Me.6i 85 33 64

Dial 4161 I Actor Harry Carey Dies circuit court decree nullifying $1,195 per person, as comparedwith I' rose to 10452000. a gain over the nti (' r ) I Duiafth Detroit -S3 43 i San Francisco 94 57

V I' HOLLYWOOD (API Harry )police! general order 18, which he the United States average $6.239.000 of 1945. Drug store buy-i[ = El Paso 89 7* I i Seattle 75 S3I
1\ Want-Ads I Carey. 68. veteran screen actor and alleged prohibited members of the of $692. the South Atlantic States' ing reached a peak of $2.651,000' EXP-B E :S | 81 84

Ask leading man of silent films died I department from making direct 1314151617 18 i $510 and Florida's $608. I I an Increase over the previous I '-"' I.C..... .......-...r...u......... I------I TOWN.
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Market Policy 1 1' Little AssemblyPlan China Is Bolstering


NLRB Chief I' SVAr Floods Follow


To Be Adopted j jI I I Stands By HisAntiRed | .,. Hurricane Grief VictoriousContinued Relations With Reds '


MOUISON C MERIAM .

<. .] Rulei i On Gulf CoastContinued [ from race/ 11] I Ac By -JAMES.- A----D. WHITEr 5-- .'

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LAKELAND Effects of 'last i: WASHINGTON API] Robert N. ( from Page. 1] I dependence for Korea-another : WASHINGTON There was a quiet shift in the back- .

week'de"trllt'e:: hurricane on1 proposal aimed at outmaneuverinsRussia. American-led to Soviet Russia
Denham. general counsel of the ground last week as opposition
Florida! citrus production will be National Labor Relations Board, tat of dead and missing will be I reached a climax at the United Nations Assembly. .

considered by the Growers Admaiiv.ratve i said )yesterday will stick by his near the 87 mark. Next the committee agreed without It may mean the first: break from the American camp by ;
At St. Louis. :Miss., guardswere
anti-Communist form ruling despite Bay ---
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and Shippers Advisory debate -
: argument to recommend ---
ht"re'Om"r AFL fears that it may dam 1 posted' with "shoot to an important member.China's ;
committees when they meet age their labor group. kill" orders to curb looting. on.the Russian proposal for a Foreign Minister Wane; :

( tnaiKetirm!row! at policy 10-30 am.for grapefruit to adopta .It might be very convenient to Passes were required of personson resolution providing criminal punishment Shih-Chieh casually let it be \ Marine Veteran ; :
rewrite the Taft-Hartley Labor the street last night. How for "war mongering" by
Grapefruit. hardrt hit of Law. but that's not my privilege." ever. Brig. Gen. William P. Wilson known that China would not support I

citrus fruit in the path of the Denham told a reporter. .i' of Mississippi: :National United Nations members States.and" "par-The the American effort to avoid :
United
fttartn. had been expected beforethe Ills interpretation of the law Guard said there had been a ticularly the had the Big-Power veto in drafting a i
blow to be ready for United States announced it no in DeathPHILADELPHIA
big Is that all top officers of the ftrv "certain amount of looting" but the matter Sought :
by the end of the objection to placing Japanese peace treaty.
thipmrnt .\FL must sign pledges that they that it was "not out of the or- for debate.
month. ? I before the assembly He said China was all for the I
do not support Communism before << dinary. '
to 50 c.>nt of ther.ixn.na '\ The committee vote on the "lit- TAP! Detective
\Vn::: up per
union affiliated with ., American to bring to the
proposal
any Lake Pont-
At Lake Borgne and after the United -
tle assembly' came
the -o r
blown to groundir said yesterday a
.- in'section crop and 1iIlth rain the AFL can use the NLRB's union rk .... I;;; chartrain here. floods inundated States made plain for the first peace conference all 11 nations :I, Lt.nationwide John Hanlon teletype" message had ":

ha-, ma retarded maturity throuaho bargaining maC'hint'rfor rights settling and unfair : J< V t"1! an estimated 45 to 49 square miles. time that it intends to employ that who fought against Japan. but I 1 been sent out for apprehension of ,
said that ;
Sheriff Frank Clancy
t..e State initial* shipmentsa'Marv body as an out-and-out substitutefor China would insist that the Big i''a 22-year-old Marine Corps veteran -
labor practices charges. The ,
j" of 25.000 in the region.
people the veto-blockpd Security of the fighting
delayed bv last Spring's similarly to the 11" Four who did most ;I for questioning in connection
applies
ruling i
15.000 live in houses now sur- forelenminister
late boom.: may well be put off ClO. ; Council. Soviet deputy retain the veto power. I with the death of a girl believedto
s } rounded by water. Some housesare fought I I
Gromyko
Andrei
first time he Isabella
This not the
Xv.her! that the Taft- was be missing 11-year-old ..'
The claim
unions
in water six to eight feet deep. vehemently. but vainly to block said this, but it cannot be overlooked "
the policy they adopt.
Based on Hartley law's requirement that labor A ,.. y' .. Owners of small boats planneda Mallon.
the imc eight-man industry comnr.t'eo organization officers must file assembly debate. that he said it again. just i. The message. Hanlon said identifIed -
: v ho administer the Fed- the anti-Communist forms before mass attempt to rescue between He denounced the American a' a State Department spokesman the man -Ceorge A. Neil; i.
willr. 5cv 50 and 250 refugees reported plan for a "little assembly" as a know nothing and said he
eYE! Marketing Agreement qualifying to do business with 'a professed! to an uncle of the girl.
stranded on a marshy neck of land bald attempt to rival and skirt be
nmmend grade and size regu- NLRB. applies only to individual about what amounts to China was the last person to seen
lat.on'l (0 control !shipment ofriJ'rt.lt unions and their locals. between the two lakes. the ('N Security Council which siding with Russia on. the veto with her after she left her home
Refugee continued to into for all
responsibility"
"basic
pour has
interstate commerceto issue.. of stockings.
g in Sept. 6 to buy a pan "
Clinton An- 4... ) the New Orleans Municipal Audi- matters involving internationalpeace announcedthe police
St of Agriculture Saturday Nanking An earlier eight-state
..... torium last night at the rate of and sf'curitr."The' .
.
derson.T1 .JI" return soon of Soviet Ambassador teletype message said the girl i.
e recommended regulationsw. Wreck Victim'sRites / :' tr' : ..i. 1.000 per hour. but during the United States knows" very Apollon Petrov. He has beenin might have hitchhiked to CalIfornia -
; ;.iiI night the stream lessened. well that this i* the case. Gromyko -
..; become pUf'CU&pt.. 29. ... neI Moscow since June. when he with the uncle whose war j
Frank Seymour assistant secre at Z .lftt..r Pass Christian. Miss., cut off for asserted. "but apparently the was recalled without explanationat stories she was fond of hearing. '0)
two days when gusts up to 100 United States.finds this dISagree- ;:
tary-manager of the committees. Scheduled MARIE McDONALD, 23-year-old actress known as The Body, miles an hour struck the little able because the Security Council the time of Sino-Russian tension The torn and disfigured body .
u/1 l je-terday.
:
the SinKiang-Outer red-haired girl
lie was instructed at the organIzation is kissed, by her husband Harry Karl, 33 {above!, executive of city. reported that damage was does not accept all of the United Mongolia over border trouble. of was a found blue-eyed yesterday hidden in a r:

meeting of the committeeslast a retail shoe store chain, after their marriage in Hollywoodat severe but no lives were known States' proposals. be The Nanking Central Daily clamp of weeds in a vacant lot "
All blocked Nations cannot
.. lost. roads were by "The United
Tuesday to prepare a tentative :'''- DrtwM) '1q C-. '-vi 1 the home of the bridegroom's parents. Miss McDonald was debris until late last night whena operated for the convenience of News. government organ: which seven blocks from the :Mallon :',
.
marketing policy based on last PALATKA-Funeral services for is the first to air Philadelphia.Thev .
normally among home in North
divorced five months from Victor Orsatti actor's agent. back road
opened.
ago was one country.
seasons' regulations Donald Berry Dearing. 17. Univer- China. ,;
anti-Russian sentiment in called in the father. Ber-
William Parish R. Austin permanent
L. Roark. '
With an earlier crop the first sity of Florida Freshman, who died Warren quoted "authoritative sources" assaying nard Mallon. 37. and another :
of Parish, La., to the UN n
I II Agent Rapides American delegate
grapefruit regulations last Fall Sunday in a Gainesville hospital "small minor- Petrov's return would open uncle. Earl Leaman. of York. Pa .
wete for the period Sept 17 to 30 from injuries recevied when his Head estimated Louisiana's cotton snapped back that a .'
Florida Airways rendered the Security a new road to Sino-Russian cooperation yesterday to see the body but there ,
rice and had
sugar cane corn crop ity
and railed for shipment of U. S. jeep overturned as he swerved to and help dissolve deadlocked immediate announcement
was no
world
losses at more than $10 million. Council futile" to protect
3 better the avoid vehicle out of
No. grade or size a backing a issues. of positive identification.into .
being 80s roadside stand 20. 22 Property damage ran to $5 mil- peace. any _
larger Highway
requirement or on
willins
that Is !
This hints China
fur sepdles-s] varieties, miles west of here Saturday midnight lion in New Orleans. Baton Rouge "It is the duty of everybody to
Before U. S. Air Board to resume dickering about such .;
Grapefruit shipment were underway will be held here Monday at suffered widespread damage of a put life in the UN charter. Austin ticklish problems as Dairen 'andSinkiar.g. world power as a bulwark
I the charter
minor nature. as did sections as said. Arguing that against Russia.; '
in quantity by this datea 3:30: pjn. at the Davis Chapel the and that Moscow Is too. "
year ago and by the end o'f the Rev. D. C. Wooley First Baptist far into Central Louisiana as gives the assembly every right to To prevent that. the Chinesecan
month 599.154 boxes of fruit had Church officiating. Joseph L. Dyer, president of the Florida Airways, Inc., in Alexandria. consider all matters affecting It does not mean that overnight. be experted to alue any help

moved North. Burial will be in Oak Hill Ceme- response to a telegraphic invitation, is testifying today before world peace and to recommend action China is going proRussian.Far does that they can get.CENTURY. I
the 55 from it. It mean
Announcement of three-man W. Carl Davis and Son in in such matters to
tery. Pres. Truman's Air Policy Board. Minister i
to the Security Chinese iike Prime
member nations or
marketing policy tub commit charge. The board will make a report to< the President as to na- New Tropical Council. Chans Chun and Foreign Minister Oil BURNERS
tees to be appointed by A. V. Young Dearing was a native of Wei-
that the Wane! may carry more -
chairman Orlando where his Mr. 'tional air policy. Austin made plain
Saurman. aearaater. parents {
would the "lit days in China's foreign policy BURNING1FURNACES
or the growers, and Howard and Mrs. Owen Dearing reside. He i; Capen was a charter student at 1 Upon his departure yesterday. United States use mese OIL :
If it Is set to AU along they have advocated .
I tle assembly" up.
Phillips. Orlando. chairman of was a graduate of the Orlando I Rollins College in 1885 and for I Dyer pointed out that air power is Storm Located line world opinion behind Sino-Russian relations based on ;
I up MAX T. RICHARDS
the shipper is alto expected to High School class Of 1947. I '
several operated a store on to maintain the which it cannot get; neiehborly friendship.
be made tomorrow. Besides the parents, his grand-I years necessary peace I proposals SINCE 1328- ;;
Seymour said the subcommittees mother. Mrs.Mary Fraser, and two I W. Church St. Since 1943 he has and to prevent aggression."The I I through the Security Co untilbt'cause' It is possible. of course. that In '914 N. ORANGE PHONE ,-UG] ,.
[Continued from Pace 1] Russia's veto. declaring kind of independence
would be principally concerned aunts, Mrs. W. H. Zorn and Mrs.R. made his home with Mr. and Mrs.E. slogan, air power Is peace of ; a

with the policy for oranges C. Higginbotham of this city Hayford.He I power is correct," he said. to prevent a flood in the town. Nations"There charter.is no void" in Austin the United said. Chinese in their partly poilcy are toward reacting Russia to the the j
which will not be taken untila survive. Other relatives include I
up is survived by one son. I "This country's air power Is the highway patrol said. "Peace and security will be guaranteed recent blast of criticism from Pres. i-:
future meeting. First shipmentsof another aunt Mrs. J. F. Ledbetter.Gainesville that
The Patrol emphasized it
Thomas Nelson of Orlando. though the Security fact-finder. Lt. Gen. A.
oranges and tangerines are and three uncles, W. composed of not only the military even Truman's i
small dike and not the great
was a
Funeral services will be func-
conducted its
unlikelv until several weeks after S. Fraser Daytona Beach, W. F. I planes. but of its personnel reserves government levee surrounding Council fails to perform C. Wedemeyer. 1 '
by the Rev. William Bou- "
hasten
tions. Such reaction might iir
a _
and A. E. Fraser,
grapefruit: begins to move. Fraser. Tavares. its manufacturing facilities Lake Okeechobee that was on thei !
terse at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Carey t The fight over Italy produced a rather than retard American ma-
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I Hand Chapel with interment in and its civil air transport system i verge of breaking. much more precarious victory for terial help for Nanking.If -
The Finest' To B. Had Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearerswill I :J The Florida East Coast Railway and the Latin ; : I
ObituariesMRS. which ordinarily serves its peace- -1 had trains the United States such help does not come. the 71f ;
it
reported zt
AUTO PAINTING :MARY: E. ROWLEY j be T. F. Thrasher L. S. time pursuits but may be di'ertedI standing at Ft. Pierce ready American countries which proposed Chinese must find their own place
Frankel W. Lamb. James
I George consideration of the Italian
..tar thai NEW CAR LOOK" Funeral services for :Mrs. Mary Pitts. Robert Furrey and Henry quickly to military mission," Dyer i I to roll into the Everglades at amoment's a among the powers and definitely p1Y4TOtP4t
I treaty. do not want that to be between
E. Rowley who died Saturday
SAM JONES evening asserted. { notice.
I at the Orange Memorial Hospital ', Riney. I United ; Russia and American millstones.
PAINT AND BODY SHOP "It Is important that the: ; The railway reported however, ,
.. from injuries received .hen tremendous ,' / Victim I However to think that such DEW YORK
$.w. C. GarUad d itttfttomr States not permit Its that it did not expect to get go- Enqineer -
"Mae H:' I I she was struck by a car while FUNERAL SERVICES .war-time 'know-how' and facilities ing before morning. The order immediate factors alone dictate I :

crossing the Orange Blossom Trail For Mr. Lionel L. Lowry. vice- to fall into complete disuse" would come from the AmericanRed Of Train AccidentST -' the apparent swing In Chinese HAVANA! !
at 19th St., will be held Monday president and general manager of he pointed out. Cross disaster headquartersin I policy is to underestimate the .I

afternoon' at 4 o'clock in Elsel- the DiGiorgio Fruit Corp. of Florida -; Dyer reminded, "We cannot West Palm Beach. If it came. PAUL, I API The engineerof Chinese concept of their coun

stein-Wigginton Home for Funer- who died Saturday, will be be caught short in another In Tallahassee. Gov. Caldwell an Omaha Railway passenger try's permanent geographic and JACKSONVILLE I

SALE als with Rev. W. D. Croft officiat- held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the I 1 emergency. It is better to spend ordered heavy dirt-moving equip- train was killed Saturday night strategic position.In .
ing. Interment will be in Green- Carey Hand Funeral Chapel the I i a few dollars now for preparedi ment sent into service along the when the locomotive and three their view, friendly relations New ;Orleans, Miami, all Florida

Pf.M.nt .Turing Cambridge wood Cemetery. Mrs. Rowley is Rev. Dean Melville Johnson of- I i ness than billions when we are east shore of the lake and convicts baggage cars were derailed shortly with Russia in the long run ar*> YougeicveryfhingwhenyouflyNotionatspeed
survived by one sister, Mrs. Laura ficiating. Interment will be in attacked." from road camps at Indian Town after the train left St. Paul Union perhaps as necessary as friendly

E. Stiles. and one nephew. Clar-i Greenwood Cemetery. Active pall- t I "Civil air lines" he said, "have and Citra and the State Prison Station bound for Omaha. The relations with America are vital comfort convenience courteousservice.

Garlic TabletsU ence Stiles of Orlando and two I> bearers will be Mac C. Peters developed many aeronautical devices -Farm at Belle Glade were to be engineer. Peter McTie. St. Paul to Mexico. All recognized air travel cards

brothers Charles E. Fallon. Los George W. Kendrick, Joe K. Hays, and techniques. The air lines sent in to augment crews alreadyat died of injuries suffered when he Even in the controlled Chinese accepted.See your travel agent or coB

*4 for rU.f .tHigh Angeles Calif. and Herbert Fallon Ward C. Patton. Marion P. New- also maintain a pool of qualified work. was buried under several tons of press there is growing irritationas 8523FkdPrice
Saskatchewan Canada. ton and J. Edward Allsopp. Hon- personnel in all aviation activitiesand Military aircraft already bat- coal as the engine rolled into a the state of China's relations '

Blood Pressure orary bearers will be Charles C. may be used by the military tered from daily trips into the ditch. Three other cars remained with Moscow. and a growing: ten- jM

MR. STEPHEN BUCKLAXD Commander, Courtney Campbell. in times of need." violent tropical hurricane whichi upright. A. B. Hahn of Minneapolis dency to blame it. and many other rnrrt

,., ..., .f Funeral services for Mr. StephenS. LeRoy B. Giles. Emmett W. Evans, "Local service airlines such as i lashed South Florida Wednesdayand the fireman and R. F. Moodyof things. on American influenceIn Ti- .

.S Hen.DI1..u...... Tk..... Buckland, 71. Spanish American Harry H. Hector James H. Brook, operated by Florida Airways, Inc.." the Gulf Coast Friday. were Sioux Falls. S. D.. a passenger, reeard to Japan. all sectionsof t .

RI.,,., I. .M ..HH4ec",., War veteran, who died at his home John S. Snively, Robert E. he said "tie all communities intoa keeping a constant check on the suffered minor injuries. Police the Chinese press are eaaer! for !

flr.bbl.g I. .M ..... on Pineloch Ave. Saturday morning Freeman. Frank W. Merrin, closely knit unit and permit 'development of the new storm- said nearly all of the 150 passen- an early peace, but not at China's :
will be held at 2 p.m. Mondayin Charles W. Smith Phillip DiGior- greater de-centralization of Indus- area. gers aboartl the train were shaken cost. They fear outspokenly that v. s
2 !.... for ...ly 11.01BY Eiselstein-Wigginton Home for gio and Richard D. Pope. try. We need more local service Grady Norton chief of the Fed-. up. America will build Japan back .
I Funerals with Major Paul Crank I I airlines serving more communities. er iStormWamlrgService. in'i' : ------- --

Chamberlin MIIL Natural lc EXTRA Foods officiating. Interment will be in For Mr. Claude W. Colbert,who i They are a necessity to handle the Miami, said he didn't think "this

Greenwood Cemetery Orlando died Thursday will be held in ] forthcoming traffic when all first thing will become a new hurricane.
IS F:. Church St. Orlando. Fla,. Camp 18, of the Spanish War Veterans the Carey Hand Funeral Chapel J class mail is handled by air." but anything might happen and

in charge. Monday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Dean i Members of the Air Policy Boardare we are fully on the alert in this
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: Mr. Buckland has been a resident "
Melville E. Johnson officiating. Thomas K. Finletter chmn.: bureau.
of Orlando for 15 years, coming Interment will be in Greenwood Geo. P. Baker. vice-chmn.: Henry "The public will be fully and Sale '

Bondholders of I I here from Ohio where he had Cemetery, in charge of the American Ford II. Palmer Hoyt. and Arthur quickly advised" he declared.
been a teacher of Manual Arts Legion. Dare Whiteside. The center Norton said. appar-
I training In the schools there. He I i I ently developed about 330 miles
Transit is survived by one brother living I southeast of Miami. between Cuba
Chicago Rapid ; For Lt. James E. Woodham Jr.
in the north. Church Head
and the Cayman Islands."It .
1 will be held at 11 ajn. Monday in II of surplus .

Chicago Railway Co. I :MR. SAMUEL: CAPES I|, the First Methodist Church of fined and doesn't tight have circulation the well-de of a !

Mr. Samuel Jerome Jerry Campbellton. Military services Scores Racial i hurricane. The circulation Is veryi
will be conducted in the Rose Hill
Final Court decision hat been made Capen. 72, Rt. 5, Orlando. died i broad and rather light. If it
covering tal of all properties of Saturday in a local hospital. Cemetery Kissimmee, on Wednesday should begin to tighten up, its ARMY' EXCHANGE SERVICE PROPERTY \
above named at 11 a.m. Protest
Companiea. Claims of Born in Farmer City HI., Mr. GroupST. force will increase."
Bondholder should be aetUed coon.

Holders of the old Bonds are Invitedto I For Mrs. Anna Bohman will be LOUIS r FAP Archbishop Joseph Injuries Prove FatalJACKSONVILLE I' SEPT. 23 AT : :.

ak for details of amounts to be OIL held at the grave in Greenwood E. Ritter said yesterday that CAP) Mrs.
paid en each Bond and how to collect Cemetery at 4 p.m. Wednesday.For members of a group protesting
these payment SPACE HEATERS admission of Negro children into Queenie Vivian Fondren, 43, of Orlando Army Air Base

QUAKER COLEMAN SUPERFLAMF Roman Catholic schools with Whitehouse. died yesterday of InJuries :
Mr. James Wheaton Clark collision
30-Gol Table Top 74. of will be white students would be excommunicated in an auto near .
Eustis held
Mondayat her home Sept. 17. Her brother, Florida
Electric Water Heaters automatically from the Orlando
ALLEN CO.INVESTMENTS 3 p.m. at the William Zeller George C. Lee. of Birmingham. V
Oil Floor Furnaces church if they persist in plans to
& Funeral Home. with Dr. Merle H
City Gas Floor Furnaces was killed in the crash and his
Anderson officiating. bar the Negroes by civil action
wife seriously Injured. '
against the archbishop.The .
Immediate Delivery I I
For Mr. Ambrose J. Jones, 77 possibility of excommunication CASH REGISTERS SAFES ROCK WOOL INSULATION ; :
E. L. Kendrick ORLANDO will be held at 3 p.m. Monday was contained in a letter from Looks Like a Hard Winter! I

I APPLIANCE CO. from the Grissom Chapel Kis- the archbishop read at all par- WASHINGTON (API The Commerce I
ManaterSll INC. Dept. figured yesterday that' I 6 FT. BAKERS OVENS COUNTERS TABLES i i iELEO.
I Authwind Hat Feint Sales & Service simmee. Interment will be in Rose ishes.John CHAIRS
1 P. Barrett, chairman of and : ,
Metcalf Bldr. TeL %.%1U 1 'II N. Orange Ave. Hill Cemetery.IN the total of net public private !
1 Phones 4517 and 2-4004 the dissenting group, said a debt in the United States at the COOLER BOXES BENCHES
MEMORIAM meeting scheduled to protest admission start of this year averaged out at .

In loving memory of ray dear husband of the Negroes wouldbe $2.050 for each man, woman and .
.22..ho 1946-passed seas a sear am o toda, 5 Pt. i held. child. ADDING MACHINES SODA FOUNTAIN

I Treasured thoughts of one so dear "I can't say whether I will drop

SPECIAL 9x12 All-Wool Carpet $32.50 Thoughts Often brine return a silent to things tear. now put. active participation in the group The largest phosphate deposits COFFEE URNS' COCA COLA DISPENSERS : !

All-Wool ilz. Time roes on. but memories last: !: after the meeting," Barrett said. in the world, estimated at more
Carpeting: 27- and 36" runners: 9". And .hie! he rests in peaceful sleep. ''1 personally will not take any I' than 5 million metric tons, lie I
and 15" widths. His loving memory we shall ever keep. I I I MILK SHAKERS GAS HEATERS 1
Sadly missed l by widow and family. action that will jeopardize my religion in the beds of phosphate rock ,
Asphalt Tile: B. C. and D Groups and cove face. MRS. GORDON O. WOOLEY. or that of anyone else." along the eastern tier of Idaho. I

Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum. II I KITCHEN & COOKING EQPT. ELECTRIC SWITCHES & FUSE :


Sink Runners.Top Rubber.black and 3 ft.maroon.width. Corrugated 3 fU width.Rubber Grass Britain; May Ask U. S. for Troops OFFICE DESKS, CHAIRS, MISC. BOXES ;


Ruga all sizes.AMERICAN CI I EQPT. STEAM TABLES

RUG AND! LINOLEUM CO. strictly a financial one, that she men in Europe and some military '

l sional simply hasn't the money to main- I sources say this total would bei -
863 North
Orange Aye. Phones 2-2488 and 2-2489 i insufficient if American soldiers
I the tain her share of the costof, ad- Federal 7-8 a.m. .
had to replace British Tommies agencies
Britain ministering the combined Anglo-
in the
i occupation zone.
; to replace American zones in Germany on I There has been no official indication Veterans of World W ar II 9-11 a.m. .

Pay by Check to SAVE MONEY ,Germany a 50-50 basis. '1 how serious any British

move that But some senators said that personnel retrenchment in Ger- Local governmental agencies 12:30-1:30: :
Money in your pocket is easy to spend the it was "food speculation" that many might be. But London reports -

think troops the British may brinK up their said that Britain may cutI GENERAL PUBLIC 2:3
yon twice before you withdraw money I United military personnel problem when I I her armed forces by fully 250,000 : : p.m.

from the bank by check. I But I:; the joint Anglo-American conference j, men with her occupation troops

f'r on the occupation crisis I in Germany making up a part of Veterans need no priority certificates but must present

Sec. of the gets under way here Oct. 8. the reduction. ______
of and be make
discharge prepared to
CITIZENS NATIONAL I assured These senators pointed out that Chm. Styles Bridges (R.-N. H.) copy payment by

BANK I ference Britain now has 150,000 men in called his Senate Appropriations cashiers or certified check or cash.

or OM.ANOO. : British I her zone ot Germany. And dis-I Committee Into emergency session I

Member Federal Reserve I they want I 1 patches from London said that Saturday to hear Royall and other SALE TO BE HELD IN BUICDING 1010
System Member F.D.I.C. their because of British financial straits. I Government officials present a

E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 I Royall :I this total may have to be reduced factual up-to-the-minute report North of Cheney Highway across from Flamingo Club
senators i "
.. drastically. I. on the German occupation finan- J -"
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NEVE2 U1'ELIEZ! T.ic t'' 7 DISCS IYCUL"NTSHCIY AU1S.JCSSS WAS ON TOE.'ST'' rHA.!' WITH WHAT1":Ti1ING:81rRECC7NCUgE' ;
Nr PY EAST zSTEVETIE ATMfiHTSliriUKTTHEYAW2E PAV20U..6HS VOTES !UNCE/Z) / W.U""f0l} CHAEfic: \ "5 THe ONLY: PLATE OJ c41E ..

; NATItEy PAI.rED.APAYE5E QUITE HlTOVEZ / TIE NAME OF ONX..AEU. \ W&+liTY- 't"'N EE i<5O A-O: NOT ?E WS5EBV .?

c ( DIDN7 LAST LOhi MEAT BALL /NSiiNIAr k THE gOC>E2 ,IN FULL TAKE HE2 BA+ tC TO 7O1MN -;; ocr! VCJ cats tti, Build Giant Industry CentersNEW

; ATEC T E :- \ 4L OIEZ oili2 CHJYt S' OAVU6HT// TO THE POLICE A<:E v..c2.Z.E. :) J; TrIn2,
j 01_ i\:; _S!
f1 1E:5tea =c! AZPLANE: l lu. lv : .
YORK 'API i An arii.-lc. secure power from the rapid impress:: travellers. Raymond said:: i sizes extends from Lil;;. B.
'"' r'1 y a- .n the magazine United Nations Angara River in the Irkutsk region "They are built to accommodate' to the Mongolian Jronnn .>;1. i

t: v c r t. World aid yesterday the Soviet for their atomic projects huge new factories. hydro-electric' lower regions of the Tar ,
'- f r' Union unknown to the outside the article said. plants. railway junctions mining River. Its geographical an' n.-

l- f A oiid has built or is; building 100 Raymond wrote that the new plants or to provide dwellingsfor ministrative center 1's Trkut-: *.

rh :ndustrial 'enters--many so new cities rising there and elsewhere hundreds of thousands of Virtually devoid "r mocon.; ; ndustnes -

a-j to be still "nameless cities" throughout the Soviet Union "bear workers from all over Russia who today. th:- : ion ;.-> t '

md an immense Siberian indus- witness to the huge strides the have: been transplanted to the petted by 1955 tll<> : :ik in i ::importance :
trial which will include a USSR is making toward rebuilding ,,i
region newly developed or discovered with the :.i\ uu:
l Russian "Oak Ridge" for atomic an industnal economy so terribly sources of raw material." areas of the SoUn.: : :,

j1 rMMV er.rrgy development.The ravaged by; war." He added: Severouralsk. potentially one Donetz Basin m r t ;ra.:::> :

writer. Ellsworth Lester "These cities are so new they'do '' of the most important of the the Kuznetsk Ba- n S-; "' a.I

MEANWrlILE.WILDA1THEEE'S 60P Raymond: former chief of the U. not yet appear on even the' new centers is one of the few The article contu'..,. .. .
M
WELL
MIGHT
1l16J.fT BEKc; LEFTN1.! WALLET-YOU f IT \ s. Arms Russian economic section latest maps of the USSR. In fact
; which has bf'entinn "This _. ''-
ONE BUT NOt i NO'J FIT / a name. new ft' t STILL HAVE Aiy I 6E IN' FCZT KNOT'cCU6I4 t said this gigantic effort to only few of the 100 new cities'' .
.D a
? CEt TAKE!; I'T EA'7't.CRVCU'LU L 3UREALLY A INTO Wt HEA2T LIKE : Located in the Ural Mountains sigmfu'.H1. : .a ti: :
i OW-W AW FAC y t IT'S' 1HA1; SAFE Transform wilderness: areas into have as yet been given any desig- '' .
a\.LL THOSE; CNT E'EN ei-IKK s.V YES 1 HAsE IT .mportant new production centers nation at all. The rest are knownby
'tO !'jE BENCHED > ralsk "demonstrates Russia's determination graphical and <.:1. ,sal! :. i
EVES N'-r CJT rvw- RELAx: ( LEFT''J -carcev! has been publicized even the collective name, Bezimyan- ,
.
-"
FDR AWHILE L-? iii .;i l4? t to concentrate heavy of the Soviet<< t'n: ': aorr.' -
:c :RE ARE V .ns'de Russia. The tempo of the ka-lIterally 'nameless city'-until
: w + industries in the Urals where lies enty development! !1" ill ::
:: YCJ pJe ousldins\ has bern stepped up by Soviet planners can dream up new [ the greatest known concentrationof the Russian '( )I. -. m::
: 17 r Y < ..<- c ,I''nt: five-vear: plan. variations of Stalin's and Molo- ; "
'1 mineral resources in the world, built on the b.t-: : t: T '
t: M s t Just as the Tennrss Valley tov's names for their enlarged the writer said. Angara River ui. ti.:: % i -

\, -r irv Authority helped make possiblethe gazeteers." "While many of these new and of a kind of 'Anus.Va .' \ \
I*. S. atomic renter at Oak Declarme the cities are not being "
nameless! cities still little M. .
p are more thority ju.-t as the : i
1-
J Ridge; so the Russians plan to built_.! for propaganda or to than conglomerations of huts project depended on the 1 t.1
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around the construction sites of
: The unnamed: My which will
i'2Lt future factories. no one who knows become the headquarters. of thi,
Hirohifo Sees Flood AreaTOKYO the: facts can minimize the mighty
surge of industrial progress in the region will be> situated n rth\> < -t

of Irkutsk en a bend of then!-
-- Soviet Union today. Rememberthat
'KuFF V. FELLA COEDSEVRV COLLE E gara: between ('sole and t hnemkho'o. -
HA N T STRONG"
LIZCR A'.' >. CAC-C AHuL GO INTO THEY '' BEcELtBRATN'rE.E Magnitogorsk now the larg-
FOOTBALL COURSEAM'Tt'FHST.LiZER AfER'CALL r TAP! Several score Several times the Emperor .
Ti ZER AS PCOTBA1.UJEST FO'-r: HA.Vi--.SS DAV 11.1s est steel center of Europe was an
..N-C. VAT T BE NEAR Yo ---- STPOSO: ::: FTHEM'CEST1.mG :: CCORS.E: :' iS TOO/' C'ENBER.ALLiN Japanese marooned on their stopped: to talk to subjects, each ,, empty place on a windy stE'Ppet..o : The ai title: rie-Li.Vwr:; r?. "'. < ,
'
-.
>7> -;- ALT: COLLEGE BE iA MO?* O' US PUS e housetops by the flood co'enngthe i time exclaiming "I'm so sorry" short decades ago. It will region a.- rrpieer.tion ; : :
P. > T' /. --- _7 N'OUR'M CV not take as long to complete Sev- of Pm.1": : -
c: T HAvE A CHAXCE
YO WON / Plain The launch carried
Kanto north of Tokyo the Imperial ,.
,
I.,; 1. \ 1st "'-- __ CM ASF- NOVEMBtR !5th-SAY erouralsk. its far bigger offspring dram! of.man: k.i: s i .
AFTErZME a AWE.aifYOU'RE awkwardly received an unexpected 'design a golden chrysanthemumon to the north." heart t of r :t;M. i t :. :.
: a scarlet field for the first i
J m !! visitor yesterday the Em- '! At least nine of the new cities
time since the surrender. It was
I
rt peror. steered by a uniformed court are planned along exceptionally
... elaborate! lines to rank with the GUS MADDER'SREFRIGERATION
1c4Ivi They gave Ilirohito a stiffly ;attache.
. ... ) -T Jv major industnal cities of the Sov-
cheers as he cruised for more thanan tour flooded districts in the them are in sufficiently advanced

hour in a small launch through Northeast quarter of Tokyo stages of construction to be given SERVICEUsed
t the waters that covered
muddy Proper. ,
tfi names. Three others still are
rich farmlands five feet and more '
\ / Lt. Col. T. J. Ryan of Austin nameless. Refrigerators
/ deep. Texas assisting in relief work While much of the city building Bought and SoldPcrm'Eff'c
Houses and farm
buildings
the affected represents' localized Industrial -
-- -- estimated that flood had
n C /t'Mi /. '1 -
Dili -/1/ RAISIN, PEACH,APPLE.APRICOT LEMON-CREAM.COOONUr-, formed clusters of islands in the at least 500.000 expansion the Soviet Union f'--F.r', 'p
/ persons
i l l STPAW8ERJ3V; PUMPKIN, .., ,1.I I BLUEBERRY PINEAPPLE ,-./ GOING r0 i6ET far-reaching lake of devastation. outside Tokyo and that Saitama also is creating a vast new We repa'r all: mane.. a.I! a

QftGWOOO.K L NAMEWHAT CHERRV OR CHOCOLATE ..; 1; I BOSTON-CRItAM BANANA '' i 6READ FUC NFC2 and pied. almost On many every men.one women was occu-children Prefecture had lost one-third of I' Siberian industrial region of Don't Fuss FONE 7728
I i approximately 308.000 square Zone GusBacked
KIND SOME DESSERc its rice crop and one-fifth of its j
and chickens
dogs
goats
OF PiE WOULD Ai"% VT 5 NAME NAME potatoes. miles Raymond said adding: b> :29 sears rsprnrnle
t] VDU LIKE ME % $ : SOME :; SOME huddled together on the roofs as Thousands of other Japanese. | This new region: with its numerous 908 KIIIL \\.K

S TO BAKE C IC \JRWDIMG /\ \ { r MORE p1a eft! MORE they born had rains done flooded since them the out typhoon-Tues stranded in Tokyo flood areas.,gota ': -- nameless\ cities of varying

: : FOP SUPPER gloomy forecast of "over nor-
1 1I TA fI day. mal" rainfall last night from the
'it 0. r t The Emperor raised his hat weather bureau. The water level

; 3= i r' repeatedly to these distressed was receding slightly but police

I .i I K I \ subject! his!, but head dropped selfconsciouslywhen it backon expressed rain might fears break that the additional weakened Tasty tempting desserts l

\.V'- they did not come Shin River levee and inundate
through with the usual "ban- _
Lt thousands more: homes.
f A sal' .. .
,
1 3 -I1_ I ql The Kyodo News Agency revisedits ,
'
At official of the "
one point an : casualty estimates downwardto
.. ,. t
'2' '" Saitama Prefectural Government ,, 1.433 dead: 930 injured and
.. t .4 ,,:! SPIaRK FROM MV FORGET VDUR DOGS SOTUATACCOUNT'S PAT,11-IERES called to a one-eyed man in a 1.865 mi.ssms.; it
h THE BURNING r7 DOS WOW GET ME SOME A SMALL ;
makeshift boat "This is the Em- --- -----
MATCHES IM THE PAPER MUST THEVLL BEHAVE FEMININE CHEMICAL. "
/ :, ATTIRE FOR THE peror.
COVERALLS POCKET AND R BEFORE BARklNOiei TANK IM THE China. Glass; Pottery Lamps
CAUGHTfBUEWED I- I The boatman looked skepticaland
NEWSPAPERS OM THE FLOOR THE DRV y TO .j DOGS! TPL'Nk''' OF kept on poling. and Giftware I I

uI? OP THE DOGHOUSE.AUTUMN | CRASS. ? 1 DEATH! r TVE Most of the refugees however. Open Stock Dinner Ware
HEWS IGNITES THE PAPERS j CARl I !edrr
clustered near the water to see Service for 6 $7.85
; ,
HOLDING THEM BETWEEN HER up
; : a11i the Emperor and one man on a rc9
It AND THE DOGS, SHE MAKES ? : easy t'
:. HER WXV OUT OF THE KERNEL. : ;3 l roof waved a shirt at him. Several THE CHINA MART
s families lined up and bowed 2-2254
lll-t:3 N. Orange Ave. Tel. me-
nyti
E deeply.
1 One party of four in a small

boat narrowly escaped a ducking with --
Have Your AutoSTEAMGREASED -
when, they simultaneously: leapedto
f: < + rt.ClllI7. their feet and bowed as the

_.royal. _n launch___chugged_.( :: past.__ ____ :Motor and chassis f*
steam cleaned and I 50

THREE GOOD REASONS WHY lubricated complete AVOSETwpt

Cfiibs Meet Here *
City of Orlando! : and Utilities Commission Choose ((20)) New State Kern AUTO SUN VISORS

19.95 -

!! The Florida Assn. of Kennel I and C. E. Rosenbercrer: of Jackson- I The following members of the CLIXTOXE SPRAT WAXING
FEDERALMOTOR -ihe that
sterilized
Clubs held its regular Sept. meet- 'j ville. association attended yesterday's 10.00Y CAR : cream M
Plans for each of the membe r ; meeting: William J. Bird Ocala; Lasts Three Times Longer
TRUCKS : ing here yesterday at the Orange;.
clubs individual doe; show came 11 n James C. Buchanan, Clearwater;
Court Hotel. Some 25 members for discussion and it v as pointei d( Mrs. Alice Feury: Mrs. Harringtonn Ed Mayo's keep until you ned ffr .

Economical Dependable ToughSee attended the affair which was pre- out that the dates which had bee][ Hatch, Orlando: Mrs. Blanch 101 S. Main St. Ph. 978: ; ,
forwarded to the American KenmClub >l Fryer. Lt. Col.! H. D. Reed. E. W.
sided over by Pres. G. S. Bowstead
Us Before You Buv. Available Now 1'i, 2, 2' 3 TonEDERAlT'TRUCk
for being hell d Maechtle. Tampa O. E. Southern. '
,, approval were :
'
Guaranteed : of Orange City.Representatives. ,
up due to the great amount o J>f St. Petersburg! : C. E. Rosenbcruer: Think of it! Wonderful whipped cream
ORLANDO GO. 1 I from 11 kennel work pled up m the organization''s Jacksonville; Mabel E. Hammond, toppings!: any time you crave 'em. Just
J. W. Hickman D.D.S.
clubs were present and heard plan whip up AVOSET the sterilized cream.
'al WEST ROBINSON AVE. t New York headquarta: :i Miami: Royce Lewis: LouiseV.. ,
| for the Winter dog show circuit -- ':' Louerre. Jacksonville: Mr. and Keeps sweet for months, your refrigeratorand !

-- j discussed. The group also named i Mrs. Phillip DeBerard Mr. and for a week. or more after opening. i

I| a legislative; committee which will :' i Mrs. Fred W. DeMotte. Daytona ANNOUNCESThe Try AVOSST. WHIPPING tonight! :..

| keep in close contact with the Army Reports Beach; Mrs. Raymond Porter, or- P. S. Youll! find AVOSET 'WHIPPING ia .

CAR OWNERSDon't State Legislature on matters pertaining lando: Mr. and 'IrsV II. Ken- opening of on office for your grocers refrigerator. '

to dogs and dog shows.Named More Families dTicks. JacksonvilleB'.ucp: Webb.Clearvi the general practice of
1 to the committee were William ; a' andV. P. Collins,
Be Denied The Right To Drive Your Car! rr. Dentistry at
Bowstead
J. Bird of Ocala. Jack.,nni.ile ,
On Oct. 1 the new Florida Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility GIsWASHINGTON c 0 Nr
Joining 116E. PARK S.
Law will become {'ffE' tle.. The beet way to protect yourself is AVE.
LEARN TO
with an American Fire and Casualty Company policy.
PLAY PIANOBy I API Thr A. n'> V. I INTER PARK r
We can save you money. Bring Our office is open till 9 p.m. and said: last night:; thai lint: >' '. rraNt .
motor and serial numbers on Saturday afternoons for your Sev'''nin ga touch s''eat.Ns !
your lion and hog' ing faciitus ha1:1: ): ;1- Phone W.P. 974i
Four months to pay the premium convenience. rrnrt.cm what +o ever "eeps swee f
Lc ,': 5, ;- me proved enough to mike I it p,<>- I iel T
.' ?'i i I be for dependents of pcor..ip : r I i e K--S: 9-5 Cc: V for months"

.. INSURANCE DON MOTT AGENCY A '1 !:>nV 5 H -.Ihf'lII' -r t 5::'_r-: f
Phone 8116 ORLANDO. FLOlUD.128 S. Court St.WELCOME ..,- : or perhaps act jl;:'.II
7 B -sj: n
> -it
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Nation-wide Claim Service _._ -- ." -- them__ on__ trios to__ their__ ___ o), t :: pf'"

i)0-tS. .,' : -- J -- J "J"x: ::' :::-: .-.:':.-. --- LLOYD-GAHR tiflSrs :: :;tiLloyd's ,-.; ,. _.::.w'.XF.:: : -;;=-X-.....-.: .:,,,,,,.... _
Expansion: of the program RInD! :

IHS: hne is expected by 1'01,
: ': CENTRAL FLORIDA -n announcement said.
:
Personnel affected by the program -
VIM! our fa. Inrv and showtoom-see how cur famous Innerspring; Mat- Co.
and Air Force
Army Furniture
ire s+es and Mitrhiii! : Rni Springs are built. Our Hollywood beds and Sofa are
b..dIII *>,' <>" df.pl.tloo.. Ser befon YOU buy. officers warrant officers' enlisted -

__ rhoiur.3! for i Ku, Representative to Go Anywhere in Central Florida men of the first three
trades and civilian employes Bedding Specialists
"SLEEP IN COMFORT"
< above the civil service classiHcation :;

grade of fAF-ff who

yGs w ark for the Army tr Air Force.
-- From the start of lane dependent t, t D-, N'J Prefer a SOT; --VEDi'JV.\ /! :cr:: FIRM;:: t r Vcttresr:; ? .

ri Lram; m April. ;!04fi.. through: r; L' -; fs SLEEPMASTtR I is the a- .-.er n > r-ur sleeping! comfort.
t month the Arm :'ansporteeT. <
L .1 -: 20 dependents: tc Europe. The :5 tested' slcco! ng unit-hundreds have been

'- ik month was Dc inner. 1946' g giving real comfort for years i'1 Ce'- :rci:! Florida.
'.'.
.hen 4,357 persons cnt abroad .

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e Former Attorney General r, 9"'- t"- _' Built to our rigid specifications.

III y .
Reported Seriously
.x

., / aces with m6 WASHINGTON I 1API I Homer S t. ; Heavy duty spring unit
Oar/mo Cummings 77, former: attorne:V -
i/0uVe Seneral. was reported yesterday Ube Prebuilt border

in "a serious, bit not necessarily '

yThe critical condition" at Doc: : Ventilated side panels c
,
-, tors Hospital here < perfect pair Sally Corn, the flavor? and energy 1
a gall bladder operation T Plastic for handling;
straps easy
'" ,
queen, and Sammy Soya, the prominent protein, make a L r

n glorious new cereal combination that's; thrilling to taste, Cotton is the largest employer! ol:f w I If { "' x 4": 8 oz. striped ticking N

: I.' and really nourishing I ; labor of any m-iustr:* in the: U. S'. >N-

There's never been anything like it before! The protein I ,,,- ; j JIrE t 1 > ,t I ,i,,, Twin or full size =

: value of one ounce (% cup) of Corn-Soya with four ounces E; PLASTIC WALL TILE f. aHx aot7

J / of milk equals that of one egg with, three slices of bacon. piH As Nat. Adv.R. 1

Get Corn-Soya at your grocers today. *= BY DOW CHEM. CO. 34.50 f fG
-. water warping
Guaranteed against
<'7T' t p-:: fading "nd .raekm9l 3. lsf ,t ; / 0g

-' F.II.TtRIS: / 8

_:',. ;, SCHERFER TILE CO.
,< Matching box springs ___..34.50
!:.i: Exrlii He SHIP Dist :; ftt..j
d.d 325 N. Orange; Pho.'e 2-1587 ,-... :

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.Pd ----- -. Bring your bedding problems to Lloyd's


Sleeping Comfort by '
You :"'dOf'CI sn=ur- : .
DAY :a
ar.cc or.'x OIL in
a Iilc'me"but that s '*ie SPRING-AIR SIMMONS SOUTHERN CROSS
flsWNSf A :day when it I* of prime
Importance that you have
adequate coveras( plus an '
i I Solly' CQRN Sammy SOYA active agent! u'na u,t': take
'
:' for ftaror gad for bod r-but/die/ s kno\e-irc ca--e of y )a-1 ur mt pEt r<'" 'We"v-'h offer 1 i
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elver prarelas !l. '. I
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Page 4 ((Drlan&n> iHnmtng rnltnrl Monday, September 22, 1947
1 To
Conduct
25 U. r' Army
-- -- ----- --- S. Airmen ;

YJU': .'. wR SaulE3a7v TO
5A1! Tip is tt'Tiv CO CUT \ TKANKS,CMCKENrv'w ,
t.Ct. Ptu fSG CJ= FLIS+> TATS' caw: TO 5oe KTrv PLACE ae 1149.4 qr CJ

-, ..6!'.,: t.Z'1J0 ?,Tit A.'Y CFT..e :,4 r u 4N DIyLaNc PAST IE N t.Otom! T3 DING AN3 CAVE, YOR 51Ti : Explosive T Tests
t e Wry 'C. F 1I.t-v;E AZ GLZCEPC tU) :t.Y SOMETN N i ItEA3WT +rti YJzr T E LEAST Discovered Safe I Ii
< L! cep rat t'E' C JECD.O L3.E i

ttyUn -\ ;i MANILA fAPTwenty-fneTJ, S.I'I t 1i 1r I WASHINGTON (tAP] The Amy
f i will conduct a series of high
I explosive
t- Army airmen have been found I
E safe one was killed and tne Is experiments to determinethe
kJ ability of underground bomb.
I
; : I; t '-till missing after paraclutingfiom +
0v their transport plane m a proofs to withstand blasts including
n j: a simulated atomic explosion.
i 11t torm over northern Luzon early' i
a
i is6\M Charges as great as 120 tons
Saturday. the 13th Air Force an- I
: } 3Z of TNT [Ito determine', on a
/ 4r1 0L : nounced last night I
., l. 1 147Ly 1 /> 11'r Yr The survivors walked into sFNn I sr-Ied-down version the effect

Hontoe yesterday and are seine or an atomic blast] will be tnt
w'$, 111E FREEAv'A1GW11IAN'i. \ taken by ear 90 miles south of I in forthcoming tests at Duri -

iY'i Bat uio. i way Proving Ground near Salt
CC 'N 1dATtE 1 1h"'ti Q'84Ct1.' The abandoned C-46 plane Lake City. and other points in
: -c At r-jJ :; : IE'S' ; ) landed in a cane field near Tandulin that area Lt. Gen Raymond

x t+ 1 4. / "?A'S Ati t tN the Callayan'alley abort 160 .%. Wheeler chief of Army engineers -
;.-. miles northeast of Manila and announced last night.
,-- .t I more than 50 miles southeast of I "The new tests" said Wheeler
I Bontoc. The Manila bulletu said ,
u I are designed to obtain informa
OiYTIYN iL '! that it was only sliphtly; danaged. tion on the heavier charges in

... A i ir ,, Ma). James T. Gribble, senior o < ', keeping with the increased firing
c ,- DATE sui vi%'or. told headquarters ty tel- .'''t"'J power of offensive weapons It 13
-- I1/T// r(, ephone that the one fatalry resulted also planned to obtain informationon
2 v from bailing out. The. miss- the effects of the explosion
jl mc man is the object of widespread i I without regard to means of deliven -
It+ .a air and ground search .."
r L&.s; e Names of the dead and nrissmgweie
/1 l I
1 ; x '; ,
withheld
I'I'.w
r- ,, yRw/v 50 e AT, MA? THAT Sr HE'S' GOOD MAN *- HANGONTOHIM ', .: '' Besides' Maj. Gribble tit Air ; TER ITE CONTROL
LC'' H'Mtt1.. I AND I KNOW YOU LLMAKE AS tinOC AS PA 5 ',rerAUNGONTO Forte listed the survivors ts m-
A'4 I iS KNOwiiG GMATi tiC hAnT NEEOTC tM A SODD -
: eluding Maj W. F. Bound Capt.F. 20 TEARS OF PEPESDABn.1TY
s r H'S Ev 'rTHINGs MA E KNJW WIFE HANG Oh '0 H S P+LLw !
'A H.uPYr rIM, HONEY- B. Cearley. First Lts. \\ Veixel, CALL PHONE OR TRITE
7 COMPARE ; 4ML 1 .I. F Mika arid J. Nations: StsI .
i H. L. COX
C v vTOMER ; W Bucklngbam C. J, Eutko- i

if71mss' P u iris A E. IJlalr, A. W. /UordJ .__ _, _. J 7'5H IRMA IT }
C Polk A. O. Peterson. O B.
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;,,; Johnston E. E.'Davis and T. J. GOODBY GONDOLAS! S"JfD <.>h' <::)k of a steam whistle: i i::S

e c > Kazben; Cpls:'U B. :\Ioo'e. FPatricio gradually reo'oc' ng ttc'd! > : ch ->;us of 0, Sole Mio or, LAKEFRONT DREDGEs
; :'01. R. McCorckle A. E.
r ; .r.ru Westeaard. J. M. Carhart and A. Grand Cana! .n Ven ce, (t1'tdern, municipal! steomboaprovide : Pll)!' v ur pro"rtY quirk! economical i
F rfp I rp/I .J. Carhart and;'A. J. Baker, and Stiff c"" mp-tit n f hr g ndolas by charging only on iii thIrd: --no of h andnc.u::nt: Free nfrfssmrv eitimatti COIa.Drlri
tl f 4 G PUs S W. Reese J W. Dickasonand tenth as much fare for a ride Above, a gondolier without passengers out or send postal.

R Murphri Home town were watches one of the new boas heavily loaded with sighseers iWE86 DREDGING CO. I
I unavailable and one name missing ,' 1024 27th St. OrUnda Fla.
tl i wend its way throu 'H : "', a'er,, :ay:: .
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Best Trailer Shop I Girl Tells// of Soviet Treatment''' "What this country amounts to depends 01: what happens to its homes:....

EXPERT REPAIRING That's why the life insurance companies and their agents are bringing; you this series
STOCKHOLM r 1 i Anne Blu- said Storch and Law"son. 'She
foremost for m die
of from the nation's authorities, to help plan happiness
messages you
2 25 W Washington '
menfr'd 20 San Rafael Cal., ;said served us three meals a day including -
Dial 6894 yesterday:: : "it just seemed like a Russian 'kosha.: or handling of your family money: (This is message No. 21.)
(On Winter Garden Road) monc"whfn he and her two mush if you will, in a new way
: sailing companions le held in- every da\** I
comTitm! o almost four weeks The trio set out about July 15
FRANK by tin Kd-.ins in their leaded j from Stockholm where Anne and :
Porkkala nul tarv zone in Finland. ]Bob were exchange students and
Her companions. Robert Storchof j Lawson an artist aboard the 90-
CREBSRealtor Newark N. J., and Gordon foot< yacht Smeorach. By accident
Thomas McGill Lawson; of Glas- |they landed in the Russian military -
vow, Scotland said she did not | zone. I
on fl" lose couta when the vacation I Russian soldiers took them into Walt Murray
Preperty Manager cruise! to HtlsinKi that was plan- ,custody. I I
ned for a month lasted nine weeks I II
M f>M>IMH Storch said they were strippedof
107 H Phn, 2.1M Not one- did she fall dawn" 1 taken away including; our belts '
It was quite embarrassing to haveI
THIS WEEK'S ;:* $T". LISTING I I hold your pants with your thought he had everything -

,.',:!*.:e Park bedruom unfurnished Drought Hits !1 :hands.to hang They ourselves.feared" we were going" Ji'

bWAI..w.l $10500MILLS "I was petrified they were going !

Reich Economy to strip me too" said Anne. I f' .
-, I But they left me with slacks and I tj .
I sweater:' !

ICE CREAM Structure Hard They were< questioned thoroughly contro1..si.
FROZEN CUSTARD HER IV APl r The severest German \\eie. rather long! :' Starch said, kyr'. t
but they were lenient and courteous F { '
-
t.i.tO'lht ,n 100 years has $;
EQUIPMENT crippled three key phases of economy They put citarette.:: on the I
m the American zone Gen. table and told us to help our-
I
COMPLETE LINE Lucius D. Clay reported yesterday. selves:
The drou.ht: caused; a 22 per lie added that afterwards the !
TABLESCHAIRS cent crop in hydroelectric outPUt: ,I Russians "let us live aboard the

CHAIRSBOOTHS reduced water levels so the inland ( Smeorach where they brought I but when he talked to Tex McDonald he .t t
water transport could handle only us all Kinds of food including .
half its schedulea tonnage; slashed apples and cucumbers. Anne realized that the he had for ( I 1i'
set (
plan
Slade.Booth Show Case Co. I overall Fall crop prospects by an even made jam." I up

123 If t raual Phone 2 8-i1Your estimated 20 to 40 per cent. Storch is come back to schoolin J his didn't fit them !
family just
more
The U. S. Military Governor's Sockholm for another year 'if any
I semi-monthly report said the deficit they don't throw me out:-- Anne
in hvdrogeneraiion of power .s sailin" back to America on the &
had to be balanced by more ex- first a\ail.wc' : boat eu
pensive generation from coal and -
by imported power mainly from
the British cone. but even so a STOP r c
shortage of electricity occurred. CORNS !
Schedules
for some elrctiic
trains were canceled. Work in locomotive Instant Relief I by LAURENCE J. ACKERMAN'

shops was and curtailed freight and car m repair some from Protect snee chow tors (!J- d.I Dean, School of Business Administration ,, ..

USED FATS cases halted. This delay in the with Dr tight Schc l, Unit ersity of Connecticut G
sciEtoES I < >E
high priority rolling stock repair /mo-pads' today.
,, end you U it >P
program came just when a heavIer r.rn. from: tit I
load was being put on the velopln /". J _
railway system because of low if rwrreW you!bacorns lint-, I ; American families
water levels in canals. Zioo- t MANY
ARE StillNeedeI Tied into the troublesome trans- pan. ..relieve.pain, quickly CO HS STOPPUeiAntly tI I making the best
port situation was a :t:.horta"e of net ; of their life .
remove corn* thw irraivl n.I In>{ today! use insurance.
17,000 open railway cars which the rr +
r
Soviet zone owed the Amet scan W.! 1 jflf} ( fjJjlf1t! I Usually their life insuranceprogram
zone at the end of August. The has been
U. S. owed the Russians about ----- not kept
5,000 cars of all other types at ::;: i in line with their changed

the same time. family
The report said that in order i : ,
to balance partly the "srowing '' r Laurence Acktrman mine let's call them the
r
w KATHARINE FISHER Soviet car debt the furnishingof ., .
;
Director empty closed cars to the I'Ir: "'r, : Murrays-were a very good example of whatI t.

of Soviet zone was discontinued. > mean. ". and this
..
Good one is
llou&cktcping Institute This has resulted in the curtailment j t '

'of receipt of potash '.r "-j Walt Murray paid his premiums regularly.The Jour college education, darling!"
from the Soviet zone r i :
"Urgent representations are being I I I' t r. whole family thought that was all there

made to the Soviet zone authorities Ithe : : was to it. This year, when Walt met Tex
to reduce the debt o\\ed ':,." '
? combined IBntish-Ameiican! r I McDonald, one of the best agents in our changing Perhaps you have married. If or perhaps explain how
f zones m order that it ; INNERSPRING your straight fife
y'vS. may not ;
town, they to talking about life insuranceand
become necessary to discontinue ,, MATTRESSES : got so, you should have your policies changedto insurance may provide retirement income titer
s k1d a or curtail drastically the movement l I II Walt got quite a surprise make your wife the beneficiary. Or if you've on when
family needs
of commodities i BOX SPRINGS i your less protKt on.
i II Conditions had changed so in five years had a baby, you'll want the newcomer nameda My advice
: to those
who
I HOLLYWOOD BEDS want to the
Central! Life Birthday 'r: r that the Murrays' insurance, as it was set up, beneficiary also. most out of their life get

MANUFACTURED TO YOUR : I no longer the results that Walt desired. insurance, is not to
Scheduled
Party Tonight gave If you're of the service there's think
r INDIVIDUAL' ORDER P''' out your of it as something
The 25th anniversary of the1! : AT FACTORY PRICES : I After some study, Tex completely rearranged G I. Life Insurance. Your agent can easily fit away. Life insurance just to buy and put
Central Life Insurance Company not only has to fit
/ Uatiress Renovating Walt life insurance your
A aDrc1a11Tr Murray's thatit
of Florida w ill be celebrated to- I I! r Anywhere la Central Florida.CfcU program so it into your life insurance program. Or your needs when buy it has
: you it, to be
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night;: at the Shiloh Baptist Church met his family's needs. constantly
k with Dr. G. D Rogers presiding s ts Today- : agent can help you plan a program that will re-examined to see if it still fits. Seek

over the ceremony. i iI j Ir i Sleep Better TonJjhr : Everyone isn't in the same position as the meet your ideas about retirement. He can show good agent. Take him into out a
confidence
Leaves ECHOLS BEDDING CO.1: Murrajs, but everyone's, life is constantly how to an endowment about your
I on cut flower stems )you arrange policy your plans and let him
which are below the 'a.terline j in Sanford.h'-y Just South ol j 1 1i help you.
d Ui Underpass .. i
make ideal
nesting places for 'I
bacteria Strip them off before : Phone Winter Park 718 is i
P. O. Box 981. Orlando Fla.
placing
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woods still a by fat any shortage means.all Thereis over Olsen G. Fatrchlld t i ,K How to PLAN for Family Happiness : I

the world Here is what Mr. Milton E. Bray

Clinton P. Andersno. Secre E H. Frank Kyland Gardner Cos Planning to get the most from your life insurance is only FOR TOMORROW. VTe live in a

taryofAg.riculturess n about ? wr-- hy LeRoy HoeqUstlFAIrCfIILD \ 55 pan of sound money planning. You'll be more likely to have needs and circumstances change chansing'odd.: ramify
the situation:"It is still neces- living costs .
c ,, enough money when you need it, if you'll follow these rules: have not had Jour life insurance Kll JOiI
to
sary conserve every poundof program re\ie..ed the Ii
used fat since the over-all \ FOR TODAY The first thing for most families is to take care chances are 2 to 1 that it should be brought up to date .
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fat supply situation is little of the larger fixed items such as rent taxes, insurance mortgage There are so many ways in which
better now than it was last 2 ; and installment payments, etc. ante that you should hue the life insurance you can use Jour life insure <

year."So ,all of:you women :, 3 //'* easier if So start by adding up all your fixed items for the year divide to see if it is suited to your needs. This is)'OU now ow n checked

who have done such a mar- --- -- -- -, you talk it 01 er' by 52, and set aside that amount weekly. with Jour life insurance. a service that Comes

velous jpb..please. keep up Also every family should have a "rainy day" fund equal to at The best
the load work. It's the only j; tl t2/Q1tl'& ICCi least four weeks' income. Set aside a little every week until you trained person life insurance equipped 10 help you with this is the 'eU., I

way we can beat the shortage. I 7- ; have that much. Then jou'll know how much you can spend for your life insurance agent. Get in touch with )0W' ageotor write

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years our Installment Loan 1 ?. _
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To Famine Hit I I ..aeI d y .l.,"" t t's. Thousands Visit .- -C : Britain To Okay ;I

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Europe $4,700 i I I tJ .1 i:; ..'""I', 1. LaGuardia BierNEW Palestine Split '

In answer; to an urgent appealb ft= 1-1. \ ., f f

\ their General Conference headquarters : ." .
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Washington to I ,' YORK [TAP! Tire p'opl"! T4a LONDON f AP] An authoritative
raise il :iJ-
J6 e.000 during September I < J > .' '. of New York whom tiorcJo! H. 5.- foreign office source said last
among f s I 1 .t' Guardia criticized and flattc!'ed, 4'rM
its Z2 .OOO constituents in North f night Great Britain will offer to
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America for tamine-relief in Europe it. > '1 to whom he read the Sunday com- It 8Pxz accept the partition of Palestine .

the syl'nth Day Adventist s.A. ..tsr !It"':; and outlined the latc moncavinsi \- when she presents her case to the
in his 12 "
tI recipes esrti a
churches In Orlando, Winter Park final t United Nations General Assembly,
mayor paid tribute \: 'l'-
and at the Florida Sanitarium \: ., r:lay,, to .the memory of the "L: 'leFlower k but will insist that other member

hare given over $4,700. They hope nations assist in carrying out the

i, by the end of the month to reach Thousands streamed in a job.
4 a ata crnnincbr unending line past
sseee The who asked that he
source
...
his body which lay in the rhanel
According to a report by J. J. : .1t.y, of St. James in the Cathedral! not be identified by name said it
Strahle, Adventist relief director i' p ."... : : of St. John The Divine. where could be "taken for granted" that
for Europe. the church has already ir funeral services will be held to- fulls pt
ar Yk : ..: !tilts: would be the official British
distributed '. dayBefo.o. .
relief supplies 1 1 t j-n=ition presented: to the UN by
totaling almost $5 million including the regular Sunday< services ', Colonial Sec Arthur Creech Jones. i
1.000 tons of clothing processed 'V .t" got: under way a* the Call,ecfl '.5]no leaves today for New York
through:: New York and San Francisco #' t 1. a lone line of miiTi'Ms had !specific details of what action
warehouses '"mi at t:IP cl)'ael: for 1 la't t
or sent in small .,, 'j a the British Cabinet took on the
packages direct from the churches, k. :'. view of the \ol .iiir lit! mnh!1'; Palestine question at a meeting
t'
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care packages, and tons of food ,' ..... ws!' ono of the mo'-t ro'o' full: f'e-' : Saturday hate not been announced -
purchased in Europe and delivered fi urc" in the political: life of th": .
to famine areas century. Reports that the cabinet voted
In a special message to the xF 4 10 accept the majority report of I

\dtentitt churches in .\menca / Reds .:c UN special committee on Pal-

Herbert Hooter described the .__ ....._. _,____._. ..._.. ._... ... J Reported I r' .in* which recommended parti- .
need he found in his surrey of "",n of the Holy Land and inc -

I:urope.its which"worst, he period says, is in suffering 25- BURNED IN GROUND CAVE-IN: Mrs Lucille Shannon, Pa near Pittsburgh, caved in, Her Mining New t 2 cdt ";>im:e scale imm ciation: could of not Jews be on con-a ,t'J

1 a rs." Zurenski, 29, [right, above! suffered third- seven-year-old daughter helped pull her : 'me,1 i off;c ahin am authori- \
.
The children of many lands mother from a burning moss of slag after Atomic Metal e rrr .:: '.f' q';niter!
and feet when she
burns of
are still covered with unheahng degree legs
neighbors ignored the woman's cry for help --- ---
sores because of prolonged malnutrition into slate Heft] as the BERLIN I IAP fbi '
plunged a burning pit for fear they, too, would crash through the ] The AmC'ncan-
Dial' 2.3148uriando's
Whether
they belongto Ir -nspd here> -
press : repor'ecic--
of her home at Castle J
ground in backyard thin crust. { a
victor vanquished nations. tprcav t:lat Rtias'an Geologist--! had
the cf' little rnuaien are equal in -- dlSC'O'\"l'd\ thorium radioactive Ift., PtOar"bmatlen
misery, in their hunger and in mcni at Frrita! n-:-ar Dresden in ..
their tentble insecurity," Mr: REV. BOOK DEPLORES LACK OF CHURCH TEACHING Sone'-oc"IPrd! Saxon. The accounts .,,"h w:'... a., ... I
Hoover declared said the area had keen C

s.oa'off! for secret operations ....<... :,\utoDe
INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY! ""' ...: Hot Platt Door
Bible Training for Child U rQed The reported thorium deposits; < t. ... I
-sue : are about 50 miles northeast of aDd OVID ClumnDorme'er

...., '>>" the ErzRebirte Orel Mountain __': .. .., .. ,<1... "
= CA By DAVE ENLOW *DOPS; not the Roman Church etc and apostles who taught as mines from which thousands of 2cesroSlizrr
German workers are said to DcATH OF A SHIP-The battered Liberty ship Schm'eOl' I I
See Yeur state or Imply 'Gne i;s the chili! God repealed ruth to them by : Roaster
.'gem. Town the first of his the Holy spirit of Jesus Christ. have been digging pitchblende. fax used Honolulu sH'
Morris Butler Book, pastor of for : M'e11 years as a Navy target in practice near is owim :
A9Mt Tabernacle Christian Church, life and he will probably' be a Therefore, we are some to be Russian uranium atomic ore, in the research last sear for .its dying moments as a torpedo smashes its starboard bo\: CONTRACTORS
A HOME TOWN TRANSACTION! the Are We Catholic the rest of his life Rom- obliged to provide a Christian education S. Mills St. Coloniiltowo
speaking on subject has recognized the eternal [The State Departments report tcpl[ }, and as it slid into Davey Jones' locker stern first Lbottom I.
Missing the Boat, said: anism for American boys and ----
on the international control of --
value of working on the life of a
child the he girls .
"Train up a in way
YES MAN should io and when he is old he (child when the mind is plastic "We expect preachers to grabon 28.atomic 1946 pneramade public March Panning: is a q'n i:: k and easy.;
says that while thorium
will. no: depart from it. I Prov 22: and the heart impressionistic to a !spiritual recession; and top-of-'o'p \:1": to gook: man NOTICECLARK
HOLDS THANKSGIVINGin 6 I. Bnnjz them upun the nuture "But what doe do? Few indeed hold the' line for the Kingdom of bv itself! cannot maintain a chain tender .Utilc: \ ,ILPI.: :'}. "
reaction suet as makes the atomic'
SEPTEMBERAt and admonition of the Lord:' are the schools that are op- God, and gain ground for the Gospel -
Eph. 6 41."We !I. erating throughout this land for while at the same time we bomb possible it can be mixed S. BRYANREAL
Pet! onal the basic of teaching Bible with uranium to establish -"uch a
have the truth of the Wordof purpose are turning the pliable material, TOYLAN0i
we celebrate and Christian living, along with reaction and imnuf act tire material -
God and vast resources of men upon which the ministry could allow -
Thank v the secular studies of 'readin', which is. an atomic ex- 7,5 NOronq.
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and money, and handsome edifices the Gospel power to operate, ," ESTATE BROKER
ing" in September ntm and nthmetic, under the plosi e I trAfc
and abundant equipment Never- over to the world and to worldly
W e & rnelesso: called 'evangelical' banner of evangelIcal churches. educators, who make that reces- :IAS MOVED HIS OFFICE TO
call it Customer Christianity!' with the single or "Protestantism has worked tinder sion of spirituality all the more Senate Group To Study WHIMS ,. BC61SCdRA1ZCES
Appreciation combined efforts of the organized an erroneous conception of prominent and menacing to the iRGlRSC1
Month. churches, is somehow not cuttinga how to build the church and con- great Christian institutions of this DPs for ImmigrationWASHINGTON TRICYCLES 110 E. CENTRAL2nd
That; when awe very great swath through the quer new worlds for the Gospel. nation. [API! A special
tell our Protestantism has spent pitifully late William Senate committee laid = SwnlcS
weeds and underbrush of crime The Lyons Phelpsof i p1mse: TDYS
c u s t o men, and corruption, of sin and unbe- little! time inculcating! the Gospel Harvard said, in substance. V iprrlav for a tour of war iefucr" Floor Smith Bldg. ,
dealers, and lief. And why not? fundamentals into the lives of is better to have a knowledge o.' center; in Amci Iran rx'r"iptea! i
friends how I Certainly in one thing; we boys and eirls the Bible'lthout a umversif education -r rtlt. ('f \\-, 'I'n: f_ "9)e; ;In) < tn if!' reap Rim Opposite Chamber of Commerce Bldg. :
much we havt'.I must take off our hats to Roman The church houses are open on than to haa unl\r.-::' I t. C, ;" ,' ',1 r,: I.cr..I.: .-' d-- tea
apprec i ate d C. \\'. Smith Catholicism, for who else the Lord Daat: least in the education wIthout a kno\iedsc, of f n'r -, ; ,. ,, ;111111..111t(, UCREI TRwYS Phone 2-0237
their business has insight into the practicalityof mon n?. and a half hour is given the Bible':' 111: r : :---
Of course, we try to show ourapprf"Clatlon the principle of child train- over to a hit-and-miss project of ---- ----
every day in the'f'ar ing'RUPTURED -o-ti'led Bible studY. In many i l.
by saving "Yes" to 4 out ia*:s, that is all of the Bible I Ai.
of 5 folks-by finding ways to naming the children receive, who -
make a loan that others can'tor be'ori2'! :: to church families
wont That weve succeededis Numerous indeed are the
the New Dobbs Trust IS different church edifices that are closed except -
evidenced by the fact that Bnlblrss brltless aplcss :No
for the Bible School hour and
"PE'rsonal"sE'n'ed million rbatng
over a pinching binding slipping or -
people the last year. Dont Washable samtarv For FREE the morning worship service There PFi ......
borrow unnecessanlv- if demonstration see write or phont t of the week the Lord's house' q .
a The Dobbs Truss 1! Carolina Court.
loan of $25 to $300nll servea Hours 9 to S, Phone Z-1!87. is closed. dark and empty. and __ l
the children receive no splntlla: lr
worthy purpose, phone 23148or
food until the come back for a r
see me at Personal FinanceCo i
concentration camp size morsel i : 4/
ripen :MOM. thra Fri. '-5. Ft mints ApcfurcofWATCH of the Word of Life on Sun ay. of
b> Appointment. Closed SatFINANCE l/ "If America is to recover spiritually -
and if the tide of (crime $$ -'---
p ca is to be stemmed: if fundamentals ..
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I are ever again: to be restored -
Of Orlando in this land and honestyand abt; v .
24 South orange Avxnu Ts
I Stairway next t* Federal cOn- ffXl sobriety and justice and
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e Bakery tranquility and prosperity return -
i iMk ter ttk*.*.!-ewe w Ill.wwoe. it must be over the trail

.;, .-.H_:,. ,.... '\jt i blazed by the patriarchs pj-oph-

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Winter Park Athletic
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'1'w"I! OWESS- [; : special called PARK-There meeting of will the beA

I I ILLINOIS i II Athletic Assn of the Winter Park
l'i' FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS, Inc. GLASS li Huh School at 8 p.m. tonight at

Serving Florida Since 190S SULUX III! the Chamber of Commerce. There ITS TRUE I IN RA C IN G...
BLOCKS ''IIII will be a discussion of the immediate -
Distributor 75 W. Pine St. TeL 5H4WHAT III1I { urgent needs of the school's '
IN CIGARETTES T00.I
athletic program and a new chaIr- .
man will be named to succeed ..
Lynn Thames who has moved
I LEARNED FROM
from Winter Park since the last ;


(:A&\: IS meeting SNOWND ICE IN COURT It g {, f EXPERIENCE THAT

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. I IUP1 I
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here on a hot summer's day were\
Clary Snow and William Ice '

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Our Laundry Plant Is Always : r More people) are smoking CAMELS than ever before I




Open to Public InspectionCHOOSE

With smoker after smoker
x" ,
who has tried and Camelsare 2
compared
YOUR LAUNDRY ith the same precaution that

the Choice of Experience"! YOUR TZONE
you would the place you eat in. Remember you have to wear :

WILL TELL yOU.
the clothes and sleep on the linens. 1)UfUIBER: the cigarette shortage during the ..
1.kr.11i 1. .
i war? That was the biggest comparison test in r' T for Taste. ..

Inspect the laundry that's doing your work now and if : cigarette history. T for Throat. .

From day to day people smoked whatever brand ThafS your proving ground loran Y
you're not satisfied change to The ORLANDO STEAM
i was available: more different brands than they cigarette See if Camels dent

LAUNDRY. An unkempt laundry may not give you clean, would normally try in a lifetime. suit your'T Zone'to ITNiiM.

sterilized work, thereby menacing your health. The results speak for thcmsches. More W

people are smoking Camels than e>er before! I

The ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY operates the largest, A DIFFERENT BRAND EVERY DAY* Yes, Try Camels. See how they suit j our taste t
that's the way it was during the wartime .
... our throat. Let own experience tell
shortage That's how millions lout
cigarette
best equipped and CLEANEST PLANT in CENTRAL
J learned the big differences in cigarette lOU why, with smoker after smoker ho

FLORIDA and is always opens to public inspection. quality *.hy more people: are smoking has tried and compared, Camels are the
; Camels than ever before.
I, y., "Choice of Experience." y
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For Quality Work, Good Service, Perfect Packaging c;rlA'it i .5

I According to a Nationwide survey : t

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MORe DOCTORS SMOKE CAVSS !

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I TEL. 2-2431 49 W. CONCORD, ORLANDO THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETTE '71'Rh1S JONESTiC l t ?


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When 1H,59"! doctors from coast: to coast were asked by three independent research organization -
$7 au.oiat t..w c..r. r. a.4
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(!) ''o burning &'utltirl THE MERRY-GO-ROUND THEY Will I nn IT EVERY TIME Bv-, .H..-tl...- THE. PUBLIC- THOUGHT __

Published daily except Sunday. New Year's DiI). Fourthof
July Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Christmas bynl1M'I'lar 7D-DID MY ESEIVArnOIf 'sbJE( LUCr V HAD A Luncheon Club'Suggested ,
Co (Orlando Daily Newspapers Inc. at 238 Marshall Must Learn TREMBLECHIN J < VOO) 'Retired Man
South Orange Ave. Orlando. Fla. COME 1i-4IOUG-4) 7 1J 1 FRIEND WHO KNEW? THE v

Entered t. second-class matter at the Post Office at HAD TO TURN THE COTTA ET ON TP-1AT PRESIDENT
Orlando. Florida under the Act of March 3d. 1879. By DREW PEARSON OF THE UNE, Good Fellowship :
for
i WASHINGTON thing Gen. Marshall hasn'tlearned TOWN UPSIDE BUD. THAT TRAIN'S
Subscription Price 35c Per Week. $1.50 Per Mo. sTPfcwt '
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___TEtPUONE-AU Departments 4181 SSrf i 1 1MAITIN l in his difficult role as secretary of state is. DOWM BEFORE BEEN SOLP OUT __ '
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Morning
.. i the importance of keeping the American public Editor. Orlando I
ANDMIIN. EDITOR WANGLED
Las' PUILISMUC. work some
j informed. Not only has he abandoned the daily I I I retired from active
W Liwir,. Bui. MCI. HINIT BALCN. EDITOIIAI.. DIIICTO over
[.AlL Ho..,i6....N. MANAGING Eo. MCRTOM. J. AUSTIN.'' A BY. Me*. press j conferences of previous secretaries of state. ABEJ.THOI1T; \ \ 1 time ago and after looking icu
but his understecretary. Wall Street banker! Bob I Florida. I came to Orlando. I
Hiicis HAMHTOH, C... MI .. NOKSIKT COHSOHMI. SIC. 1 UAI.I. FLATWHEEL
I. W. IIMMOM. CITT Ci.. MGI. :CMAHIIJ. MIDUM. Puss Surr.OSUT Lovett. has ordered a news blackout which helpsto aLtMITEE" ''m love with your beautiful city

( f. _WAITM." Class Me*. R. T. Mius, Trro. Surt. mystify rather than clarify the issues Marshall : and have bought a home here. ..
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should want the public to / = -' .
understand. the city 0- "_0 = -
over -
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Member of The Associated Press j In my wandering x .= :
r The Associated Press is exclusively entitled Twenty-odd years ago. Secy. of State Hushes: vL : I-- &).,' 9 -EEii: ', I find retired men here with
many
..-. to the use for republication of all began a policy of meeting the press once a day.I1 lIT dYii44kaii1 nothing to do and most of themare ; ; i
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ne-A s dispatches accredited to it or not A
,I'H'I"ise accredited to this paper and At times he even held conferences: seeking friendship. l ,e even i

fot j also'! 'he local: news published herein. t t"' Ice a day. Thus began a period heard some of them criticize : : :

4., :: A'I dispatches rights; for herein re-publication are also reserved.of special ot !cenumcly:! frank and open di- I lando for being cold. Or1 1 L:1 I1:1 :

-' .r -- ---- - plomacy. Other Republican secre- Bur WHEN THE TRAIN : I know this isn't so. as Asia. At the 1944 national conS :/11I : -=; : = .
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here. I thought your !great in one case as to .
; far -
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L. Ptimson-followed !suit. so secure ::: : _
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DISCOVERED HE WAS like to promote a of -=-o :::
l might platform support a policy
SAl aKo :
: > ) for a while did Cbrdell J .. :
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Retired Man Luncheon Club. just | ,had been rejected by the commit. : 0 .,. :
Hull. However because of illness. ABOUT THE ONLY PASS break :: ;!: : : ;; '
Our Program a friendly place to sit down (tee appointed to consider tfct t-i -
Hull conferences gradually ENGER. ON THE DARN bread together to !get to know I matter. C:' :::: :- ; :
Elimination/ of Political Job : : :
Duplication. lapst-d. No politics. Just good of the tail c = -
THINS each otber. Such attempts to war : :. -
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Lo*.r Taxes. Efficiency in Government. Jimmie Byrnes held like
conference.- fellowship. I believe a club the dog are becoming increasingly
q. intermittently but now Marshall that could bring much joy to these unpopular. i< :-_ _

A I has>> suspended them almost alto- men and be a worthwhile proposition In this connection. such miner! 1 4; i -.
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TODAY'S THOUGHT sf;. % i gether. Instead of daily met- for Orlando. ties would do well to consider that ,. ." _

Nevertheless they did flatter him with their j Pearson ings his press conferences can be r belong to the Tuesday Club I I t tm the tail can be<<: cut off from tke: ; -: -

mouth. and they lied unto him with their tongues. counted on the fingers of two Baltimore just a luncheon club. I I 11We dog without injury to the dog. la ....= ;; -

Psalms 78::36. 1 hands. At first this could be chalked up to inex- met every Tuesday at one of j jHP fact some dogs wirehair terriers << s; --: ':;<

i: 1 perience. New at the game Marshall was not hotels. We were all salesmen j f example are greatly improve!! :!: c ;; :$
: and it grew to be quite an insti- ]by having their tails amputg :: :;: : :.. : -
Flatterers are the worst kind of enemies. 1 familiar with various foreign questions felt hecouldnt ::
from
-- T lit,ion. We had members On the other hand. when tfee : ; ;;
Tacitus. talk about them to the press. But now Maine to Mexico. No dues. no ,doe is cut off from the tail the -' ;; = : -

I that he has the reins firmly in his hand. Marshall {PITCHING HORSESHOES speeches. nothing but good fellow- \tail dies. _:. : _

What Makes Russia Tick? still shuns the old Republican tradition of regular ship. Every year we had a big FRANKLIN HICHBORX. .=-i": :;" :

press conferences. party and we looked forward to it Santa Clara, Calif. .
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MOST] CASUAL THINKERS about the i Note Uncle Charlie Knows from year to year.I 0 : ;
-Frank B. Kellogg used .o say that he Answers idea
to power of the Russian Soviet profited more from press conferences than the hope you will like this Suggestions( Made for Police .
credit the of Karl Marx for the and wU promote It.
ideology !, press because the barrage of j jt
newspaprrmen's'I !i E. T. CREWS. War on Hoods in Orlando : "
great gains made. questions kept him in tune with the nation's .; By BILLY! ROSE Fabian. my chess partner. is invltm me and Frieda I .

Actually this is a lot of hokum. thinking: 1 I finally found out xvhats wrong with the to an engagement party for his daughter. Patty. Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: ;
'I Two of my neighbors and I hale
Gains;
Russia now finds itself in control of all 'I British Empire. Patty is becoming engaged to Joe Weiner i Sen. Taft's Eat less Plea j just been discussing the story in '

the territory the Romanoff regime lost in Secretary Marshall's opening statement at thed My Uncle Charlie told me. And if my Uncleoesn't salesman who is driving a convertible car where he Support of fern Park Reader ]the Saturday paper conqprateg.:

1917 and much of the land the Czars I United Nations. castigating Russia and the know who does? Charlie reads Popular presses' a button and the top goes up and down Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: Acting Chief of Police Stoaet.

dreamed about controlling. was the most carefully written of his life. It was t Mechanics and invents things. He's currently trying At the engagement party is also Danny Gordon Fuller Warren uses nearly a i brave remarks about keeping the ,

Only pieces missing are the Dardanellesand I rewritten five times. to patent an envelope with gummed flaps in who used to go around with Patty until she met the score of scorching adjectives and i big city hoods on the run wfafe

I At first the speech was milder. This was on the six delicious flavors. salesman. adverbs to describe Sen. Taft'ssensible ; these mobsters pass through here
the Straits of Bosphorus.It suggestion that the AmerIcan ,en route to Miami.
advice of State Department counselor "Chip" Like Galileo, Charlie is not appreciated by his Everybody is feeling sorry for Danny who is avery and waste
of
took drastic action on the part people should eat To us this sounds like a SOB*.
the U. S. to block this ambition of the Bohlen. former interpreter between Stalin and contemporaries. This includes his wife Frieda. nice fellow and goes to law school by night t less food. These characteristic epithets what cheap publicity grab on the
FDR. who though critical of Russia. shies Except for the and does _
away week when not yet bring home a dollar. range from "demented" to part of Chief Stone What wouM
Soviet, even temporarily.And from rough tactics. Aunt Frieda was visitingher "Mr. Fabian's house is fixed "unfeeling fool." ;
up very fancy sound much better is to !hear ttxrt _
who did all this The collectivistsof 'I But after Marshall got to New York. the speech sick sister in Philadelphia I5WPY i7 with a buffet with several different kinds delicatessen Pres. Truman. Harold Stassen Chief Stone did something eff ctive ::: ::

the Kremlin? Nonsense.It ,, was rewitten again with the co-operation of Her- she and Charlie ,. ,) L/'f&/7 and a punch bowl which is more schnapps'than our Secretaries of State. Agricul- about the gambling going M : I : ; .

was the mighty Red Army. schel Johnson. U.S .deputy delegate to the UN who have had an argument punch. Buckingham Palace, I'm betting j ture and Commerce and hundreds right under his nose 52 weeks' if .- ;

Even the schemers of the Stalin regime has had to suffer the slings and arrows of Gromy- every day of their 40 hasn't riot a nicer punch bowl." of other prominent men must Mr.be the year. Or something about the : : ;: : : -
l lest
in their shoes
ko's scorn. and who doesn't; believe in pulling years of married life trembling widespread and hazardous douMe ..
admit this in their actions. Theyare ::
postwar a "Exreplinjt, hollered" Aunt telesis from the Warren should turn his oratorical
punches. Salient portions of the speech were then When they stop fiahtim:: : .' parking especially of trucks. M :
keeping the power of the Russian Gen- J. trhtn.11'1I.:\ Fabian had to borrow the punch pop-gun on them for saying practically brought .
out recent
radioed to the U.S.S. Missouri for Truman's I'll start about in a letter (lit ,
ap- worrying .
eral Staff down to a minimum. They are proval. howl I from her sister Anna and the King of Eng- the same thing.In this column. Or the utter dfere- :
i .
Sen.Taft's
humble
scattering the war heroes to obscure posts. I them.But to back the land owns one free and clear. my opinion statesmanlike gard of proper dimming of MQ ... ;;
I The :Marshall get to courageous.
speech was so touch that Soviet headlights.
But they are maintaining the giant Red Delegate British Empire. I went .. "Everybody is enjoying the different kinds deli warning deserves the praise of ev- '
Vishinsky not only scratched his name Yes. there It plenty Chief Ma. _
.
Army. I down to the East Side last cat sen. continued' Charlie "when all of a sudden cry American citizen. :
from -
the lil of sneakers to follow :Marshall but could get his name in the .payer
Our nation is the most gluttonous :: <
*
+ such
night to stokp Aunt comes an excitement! Joe Weiner.
asked his up on Patty about day the -
in .
government;; for instructions on how and wasteful> in a world staggering every year. wtlk :; ;. .
EFFECT DOES this have Frieda's sauerbrauten and intended. slaps Danny Gordon between the shoulders -
out off
on our to answer it: with starvation into the sounding about what fce ...
WHAT with Russia? I candied red cabbage. '; and says, 'Drink hearty. The best man won.* hungry, greedy maw of commu-: will do to those naughty .Mg ettf : : ...

Furthermore the instructions will be sent. not When I walked into their Danny Gordon. an American-born boy. does not nism. slickers when they gas up tort :;.
It in the to to
puts us position having by radio or telephone but by airplane. In other shoe box flat. I noticedmy think tnis is very funny. Danny shows he doesnot According to a U. S. Government en route to Miami the wife. ;
persuade the Red Army out of Europe, unless words. the Russians fear we will decipher their think it is awake city where 187 .
uncle was sporting an eye the color of a huckleberry funny by grabbing Joe Weiner. the report we are eating 25 per cent new auk
we want that continent dominated by : secret codes. tart."Charlie. salesman, and pushing his face down in the punch more meat than before the war. urbs [not just subdivisions) hu ; :. .

\ Soviet thought and Soviet power. Note-Marshall. thou h a military man. also can !" I said. "You sweet simple sonofa- We bury thousands of tons of potatoes gone up during the past five : ...

i What means can we use to get the Red be a great phrasemaker. He and Churchill were i gun. Who gave you the shiner?" bowl.The salesman reaches for a big plate potato and buy extravagantly in I years.
j flying the Atlantic after the conference with Roose- all the stores. MRS. R E H. l lft.
; Army to pull back? "i "This e>e." said my uncle "is the proof of salad and hits Danny on the side of the head There are few ashcans that do -
velt. when :
Can we talk them out of their hard won Churchill. himself one of the greatest what's wrong with the British Empire." with it. Patty starts to holler on the salesman.She not point an accusing finger at'' I
phrasemakers of this generation. tired of Rogers Commended/ '
gains. Unlikely. writingan "Only a genius could give such an explanation," says she ma te the potato salad with her own us and it is sickening to see the

Would an overthrow of the dictatorial announcement of Allied policy for the Mediter- yelled Aunt Frieda from the kitchen. "Genius. hands that it is very good potato salad. and was food left on plates in every restau-: for Traffic CampaignEditor. ;

minority which. controls Russian policy ranean. Marshall took over the job. came up witha spelled 1 backwards jackass." not intended for hitting people on the side of the rant.We Orlando Morning SenUnst:
statement which Churchill said better than
was complain of the high cost L; There
"These things a woman does not understandwsaid were a good many Or- '
take the Army home? Perhaps. But no such his own. head."At of I
living while most of
I Charlie. "You make the sauerbrauten. Frieda. the same time. several of the regulars from us are con- lando people very indUmuit whM
.- prosoect is seen in the near future. f tributing to it by our incontinence. a Michigan\ resident
the coffee criticized
house the
World politics leave to the men. are having a conversation with ,
The other alternative is force-an I do not say it is the cause but it I
manner local
un- Long established rule in Government agencies residents drove th*
I 1 "To the men. eh?" snapped my aunt. "I sup- some of the salesman's friends from uptown. Stat ,' certainly is one cause of this terrible -
happy prospect. is that the press and public are entitled to have full pose their record is so wonderful!" denly somebody lets fly a plate pastrami. Now the condition. ', cars.It is

information regarding the transfers and salaries of I,I Charlie pretended not to hear her. "About the engagement party reaiiy becomes a party. I am defending .- Several small countries in Europe ',' the report to be of hoped the &they M Neil -

Support The School BandORLANDO'S all Government officials. When an official is transferred British" he said. "I'm reading where Princess myself with a salami when everythinggoes could be saved by our waste i H t! Police in the Sunday Orlando Sen Traffic

from one post to another in peacetime- black. which is also large enough to feed I '
Elizabeth is making a marriage with a Lieutenant Star of Sept 7 In the first.....
SCHOOL BAND long has whether it be an ambassador major general or Meyer tells me is those in our own land who unfortunately months
Philip-Something. I am also seeing pictures of the someone hitting me in the of 1947 we had. <42 ant-
of the community's top I i stenographer-the public is entitled to the facts. 'I engagement party in the palace. In these pictures eye with a three-pound pumpernickel. When I cannot buy anything at I i dents 3 deaths and 12C IBJ....

assets. "I j j Not so, however, under the State Department's i: everybody is making a face like he would like open my eyes again. I see Patty cleaning out the any was not price.thinking Sen. Taft.of or of speaking course That is quite a record

The city rocked along for years without : new hush-hush rules of secrecy. '''to take his shoes off. Only the King and Queen potato salad from Danny Gordon's ears. She ''s'i' to the pitifully poor. Rogers It Is to be hoped that Lt. Trnmi

a school band organization of any sort. i j The other day this columnist queried the State look happy-which is natural considering they are looking: at him sympathetically and deciding that England is rationing one egg per He should continues have the his caMpaJgaV

Then we had one without uniforms. i j Departments information bureau-which getting rid of their oldest daughter. she wants to be encaged' to Danny not to Joe> week and 25 cents worth of meat t support of every whole-hearts
gets several resident and officer
Communities far smaller had well I 1 j hundred thousand dollars from the taxpayer: "Now. if I am invited to such a party I don'tso. Weiner. the salesman who owns the convertible[; to her people. Untold millions are of Orlando. Pall u caaatoe-

No sim nl[. No dancing. No speech making./ where you press a button and the top goes up and eating less. on and there
uniformed bands. i will 1
to keep the public informed be
-regarding the number If Sen. Taft a****
Where is down. The party continues with> everybody kissing was so "utterly ad-
the fun? And where is the romance? strangers from the
Finally Orlando's face became so red || of Americans transferred from the American dled" and "crassly cruel" how North who aae
\ Has another young; fellow got a chance to get the everybody. The! bride's father reads his speech: accustomed to more" mid traflte
that the citizens dug down and uniformed' i' Embassy in New Delhi India. since July. This was comes it that there Is a growing
control.
\ Princess in a corner and say. 'Why marry a fellow putting Danny's name in the appropriate places demand for "meatless" SpeakiM frtw tf
a simple routine question days in
the school musicians. involving no high secretsor with such skinny legs?' Of course not. Everything instead of the salesman." many of our cities and states. perience I !know it IA hard to delis

Then work was started in the quality after complicated three telephonic research. After waiting one day and| in England! is with rules and traditions. And in a "What has all this to do." I asked Uncle I knew when Sen. Taft. of whom to in Orlando be This is not inuatstf .

\ of the band. It has won contest after reminders. however theState :! crazy world which Is making up new rules every Charlie. "with Ernest BeUn Sir Stafford Cripps I am not a rabid admirer or sup or its a criticism aialnst. the cMV
Department's information bureau replied thatit officers
\ contest. All this costs money but it has; could not supply the information. five minutes. an Empire which is running by old and Mother India?" porter now or in the future. gave condition that It has appears just not to fcM a.* ft. (
: rules is liable to unstuck." "Everyhtinc." said Charlie. us that advice that many vulture
been a valuable investment. I This is the first time in this columnists many ,< come "Only in America eyed politicians everywhere would taken in hand yet

j Now the annual drive for memberships;; f years of covering the State Department that secrecy, "II. V. Kaltenborn couldn't do bfiter." I .*ld.l could happen" such a party and such a shufflingfrom L chuckle with glee and say: "...h. MRSWA.D.

has started. These cost $1. Dig down and[ has been earned to this extreme. I II l "But what has Princess Elizabeth cot to do with plans. here is my chance to write a con- St. Cloudj
Probably this is the After ;i your black ?" "But how about their Labor Government?" I demnatory. vote-seeking chain-
help keep our band in good financial con | reason why: Henry eye
I dition. Grady. new U.S. ambassador to India. arrived at; asked Charlie. "How about its new plan to nationalize iletter to the newspapers which ar j fuller Warren Again Rapped

_ New Delhi. his counselor of embassy. Howard Donovan "This: said Charlie. "The black eye: shows why everything?" read by a fair percentage of pee for Blast Against Sen. Taft
thing are more hunky dooley in America than in "How about my sauerbrauten?" yelled Aunt pie who do not realize that it ts
.
immediately began transferring his friends Editor. '
Special Session Chances Slim England. For instance day before yesterday. Mr. Frieda. "It's getting cold. Eat. eat. eat." simply a clever dodge to get i a .'A Orlando Morning Stnttaal:
from the United States to jobs under him in the ----- vote." cat may look at a king ....

PRESSURE FOR a special session Embassy in India. Donovan was quite brazen about AUGUSTUS E. BARNETT. the old proverb and a small-,*--

I THE Congress but it isn't likely this. wrote letters to friends tellmg them exactly WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS I Fern Park. tieian loud-mouthed professional .....

grows. I how to get jobs, and to make vacancies for them he 'I'Resentmen' may call an able "' '--M
Pres. Truman will be able to to a f'ool. but
get one I
also sent cable six suspect that t*>
a
firing!!: stenographers and
gether before late Fall. clerks already on duty in New Delhi. Waste Grows medical. profession wuj acrac wMll
of I
Time & .
On .
Many Congressmen and Senators are j Some of the clerks and stenographers had been Money Trio) Against Minorities' Let i Taft Puller that *. !at too Much.
not forces
making first hand studies of the foreignaid j on duty only a short time. When they were trans-j I 1 EdItor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: naerooers of the u 8 .....that... .Mfc UW

problem themselves.It i ferred by Donovan it meant that the taxpayer bore I I[ By W15TBKOOK PEGLER but they stood no chance in the Supreme Court. Throughout the country there De **ocrat. and Repuafcraa*. *

would be hard to call a session with | the considerable cost of sending personnel to India '! NEW YORK-The National Government is wasting There Hugo Black the old Alabama barn-burner is growing resentment against organized Mr. Taft the -\lnt l.n.tnr mm

out them. and then bringing them back again. its own energy and money in the attempt to of the Ku Klux Klan of night-riding terrorists seek to involve mlnonty the groups American which they did so when the DMMRO _

_ .
peepie controlled! that
I Furthermore Donovan dismissed the six after" deport three foreign-born unioneers who are suspected wrote the majority opinion holding that Bridgesdidn't in the group's own particular body

Pres. Truman's Face Is Red he had been at the" F.mbassy such a short time of being Communists and thus enemies:: of really "affiliate" with the enemies of our hates and squabbles<< in Europe and T/eesburs, f WILUAMa

I that obviously he could not have known their the United States. Government. All he did was co-operate" and anyway __ _. __ -
EISENHOWER FOR President qualifications. These are John Santo, a Roumanian. of the he stopped at some hair-line the lawful
on
| teen.. .. rrr..... p. .!.
THE *
is Pres. I ?(Transport Workers' Union which side of their illicit final purpose to overthrow the I_From
and the Democratic embarrassing Party. Truman L- ; established That is why the State Department violated long-i I |is forever tormenting New York Government by violent insurrection. TennesseeJ I aA

Government precedent in suppressingnews with slowdowns on the buses and Frank
I iA' | Murphy often shows off in his official
The President is in the position of havinga regarding the transfers from New Delhi. .
subways and threats of bira 1I0RIZO'TAL'ERnCAL:
.| one conduct as garishly as he does in the nocturnal
close adviser getting ready to to kick I Wall Street banker Undersecy. Lovett. apparently 1,7 Pictured U.S.representative. .;; : I
try b" paialyzing stnke: Michael J. 01>- jitters on the dance floors of night clubs in Wash- 1 Interstice br&i.ra

him out of a job.If I believes in using the same tactics in the State Department :t ; crmeier. the president of a Hotel ington and New York. In this case he almost had 2 Incline t II

Eisenhower hadn't decided to take ,, that he does in private business. Only '\ and Club Sen-ants' Union of the hysterics. He wrote that police departments and 11 Maker I
3 Evil
: difference is that the 12 Venturesome
the Columbia University taxpayers don's subsidize hisprivate AFofL. and Ferdinand Smith. a other "public
presidency. it I is business. agencies" and groups of farmers and 14 Chief 4 Diminutive

likely he would be asked to resign as chiefof -_ West Indian Negro. of the Na- veterans had "joined in an unremitting effort to Duration suffix f
,
Henry Morcenthau
really lets his hair down in
staff immediately. : t uonal Maritime Union. Santo. deport":! a fellow who. up to the minute when 17 Iceland. 5 Repetition .1
?
his forthcoming diaiy being published in Colliers. .. V s.
: who has several other
and
t names. Murphy signed his name to this nonsense was. by legends 6 Journey.
,
:
Smith have been charged with iltif2al official decision. an enemy. deserving the opposition Eternity Georgia (ab ) enoreans ff>rrr. )
I I Orlando Morning SentinelRacfioProQram : entry as well. of an patriots. 13 Rely Mineral rock :23! Stag* hsper: 4* Donkey

'- y.. The Supreme Court went far 21 Total Frees 25 Bra* 43 Chine
WDIO CUO WLOF (12301 WOKZ O40 Pegler out of its way to frustrate the law Murphy also moaned about the terrible injustice :22! Hebrew La 28Girls e dty
WDBO (5110) deity JO t. nsrre
WLOr
6 00 Lily ft' Curly _. ... (1230) WORZ oce \\.Inl-sn.. ..
of .
h News-Revellls Sign! On & depriving an alien of the chance
News to
A IS R1Ir.i America Reveille __n_ Georgia Playboys 3 45_ GIve and_Take_ P Wh't..n_C_Count_Ssvie_On-b.: m a similar case against Harry I 23 Area measure 11 Raise spirits 30 Streets (Cab ) 4' GI\
6.30 Southland Echoes News-Reveille Farm News. _._ 400 Rouse Party __-__ P Whiteman C. News .___ Bridges. He had been convicted of Communistic earn a living in the United: States.I 24 Bachelor of 12 Lair 33 Vessels 49 e medacuM
.
_II 45 News Morn. Meditation Prairie Drifters 4 15 House Party P. Whiteman C. Studio Party .. Soil
7:00: -Yawn Patrol- -::::::- ...-loi.n--Clock: : New! .- 4-.W; Ttr Paul -- Eddie Duchin _. Studio Party ___ "affiliation." The law was passed in a futile effort have yet to be told where the dancing bar- Arts (ab.) 13 Sports 34 Surpass 51 Negative" word"

7:15: Yawn Patrol _.. Musical Clock Morn. Devotions 4 45 Alliance Church-- Tom Mix Studio Party of a free Government to protect itself from rister ever evinced any concern for hundreds of 26 Anent 16 Myself :34 Eats away A3 Twitching
7:30: Wake Op Listen Morning. Devotions News ___ __ 5 OO Trie SPnred-! -- 13 Attires
27 37
Melody Theatre Elevate
_"_Newt-Jesters", -_--_ Newt-Musical _. 740 club .".h 5-15 Time Out for Wile, Terry Pirates Studio Studio': Party Party ... the impudent treacheries of foreign enemies corning thousands of .real American citizens who have been 20 Nostrils 55 Compass JIIiet
8 00 News -'_' Manm Kcronsky Kewa _, 5 30 turn A' Abner Hop, Barrigsa .. Radio Rodeo .. here. Bridges had been found guilty by deprived of their legal riht;: to make a living; byMurphy's : 29 Organs of Terpsi- 43 Within comb 57 ParentQ'rlnn
8:15: Walter Klmble ... Band of Day 740 Club h_.T.- 5 45 Dick Hottelet-Kewt; Three Aces LowellThomas. smell e -ii
8.30 Lily and Curly Joe Sodja Trio h.. 140 Club "____ 6:00:: -TJP/AP-News -. Fulton Lewis. Jr Supper Club- Charles B. Sears. of New York. one of the best political comrades the union racketeersand 31 Underworldgod s'1 1 I'"
8 45 Breakfast. Brevities Dixie lily Time 740 Club __non. S-15 Lone Ranger __ _. Chf-kerb'd J'borer In the Sportlite! judges in the country sitting as examiner. goons. So it may be taken for granted that ,
'Oo-\m\ .Dick.Jeannle Breakfast Club News ___.___ 6.30 Lone Ranger _'__. Henry J..T.YIOrIus! c for Dining : : "
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..15 SCorning Devotions Breakfast Club 740 Club __ &.45 Robt. Trout ... Sports Parade Kaltenborn n_ Francis Biddle. the attorney general. signed an the Supreme Court. out of sheer mischief. will save 32 Feline j : ; :
9:30: Evelyn Winters ? Breakfast Club Woman's World Too-IDn'r Sanctum ReiO'.tn Edlt D"Blng Sinn order to throw Bridges out of the country. The en- these three from deportation on appeal. 33 Globules .
_SI'U Tours Sincerely_.__Brestfsst Club Woman World __ 7:15: Inner Sanctum Elmer Davis .. Bing Sings ___ > I' : "
tire Communist There is
u organization went bat for just no doubt that
to the members .
oOOArthuOOctf.: ., True Story Fred Warinc 7:30: Art Godfrey Album of Melodies Voice of Firestone of the German city \ ,
10-15 Arthur Godfrey Story-B. Crocker Fred Waring JMSJTalent. Album of- Melodies Voice of Firestone Bridges under orders from Moscow. The best Communist Communist Party are implacable enemies and trai- 33 Bovine : ; 1 'k' "I
10-30 FashIons In Music Betty Crerker .. J.clf Berrh Show 8 OO Los Radio Theatre; Gabriel Heatter-Tt'l >h ;;e-H r tors. j r '.
The
hair-splitters and 39
House
lint-pickers in the Committee Un-American Activities Eye (Scot.
to 45 Hosemary' Liste-nins Port Bandstand ft IS Lux Radio Theatre Ocean Melodies Telephone! Hour country on ) ll. n ..
11 (OO Wendy Warren-Tom-Breneman- -Na 8-30 Lux Radio Theatre Ciuy Lomttartio Or Symphony Hall were his to command. Hundreds of thousandsof has proved this fact repeatedly from many 40 Right (ab.) i ,...' "..
".tS Mornm' Me'odies Tom Breneman Bandstand ____ S 45 Lux Radio Theatre Ouy Lombardo Or Symphony Hall circulars and pamphlets turned and angles. 4lSuisgod i n 2 -
were out :r
Helen -
11.30
Trent
Galen Drake -lrm. : )0
Bandstand L" 9 00 !Mj Friend Flsh-& Hunt Cub: S'mphony Hall
11.45 Our Gal Sunday Ted Malone h__ BandstandI'll.. 9 15 My Fnend Irma Fish Hunt Club Svmphony Hall sent to the standard sucker lists becsin money. Incidentally it is amusing/ nowadays to watch I 42 One-spot ;_ -
i2'OO-New. _.___...h. Welcome Traces Neq--F& i : 9.30 Son Hawk ... Ray Pearl's Or. First Piano Qt.- Incidentally. the reaction of New 44 Dinner courses ) -
Bridges the York
and of
n. several his unions Herald Tribune in I
12 is t.ta perkins ._____ Welcome Traces Ne... 'It' Farm 945 Bob Hawk .. Ray Pearls Or. First Piano Qt... I Click-beetle
12.30 Noontime Melodies. Jr. C. of C. ____. Classified Column R. O 00 Mystery of Week Dr-'f.lk Over News and-Sports and committees brought suit against me and other such Incidents. After the latest report of the committee )rF- I ':. -
12.<15-uldlM LIght ... Jr.) C. of C. __nn EelbeckTDrifter 10:15: Jack Smith Show Art Mooney, orch. Rarkn'ss of Wash defendants alleging libel. sure enough on a Sunday on of; 50 He represents In a. i.-'I
loO: Bit Sister --____ Baukhage .__ Melodic SketcheTT: 10:30: Bob Crosby _h_ Sklnnay Emit Or Frank Botart's Or ]; page one ( .) It iTab.
1:1S: : Perry. Mason no.. Perrell Time .h Melodic Sketches 10'45 Dance Orch Orch.-News ..Frank Bogart's Or i They quit last year without one word of re- the editorial section two columns wide, William I Fodder pit :: "-2) r.- ,
1 31.ews Mart.n Block Sh Meodlc: Sketches- :1)-Ne.s. __ Sports-Orcn. .,. News .. _._ i Shirer said the committee i !
-- j was trying to make all I u .r :
_1 4i Sow of My Dreams' Mania_Block_Sb Melodic Sketches lIlt Hall ScoN 200 To-: Acted for It Martin Block Eh.Joh! : t W VanVoo 11:30 Dance Orch Dance Orch. ._._ Runs Morgan Ork rent of damages.To !: Americans conform to :ts own idea of "American- I 54 Surgical T
2 IS \0:1 Asked for It Martin Block Sb Dick Jerkens Orch 11:43: Dance Orrh Orrh 'PW' ___._ P.'MoztIn Ork i i"m.VImt the ccmm'nf? was doing was simplyto ;0 '>1 l '"
threads t-
2 3ainr.er Take All Bride& Groom 1200 Ness. :::= $inn --===: = ;: : : ,
Abe Lyman Orrh OH nr & :. Olf balk Biddle. Bridges sued for a writ of habeas show from the .
2 45 records that
Ktcner Take AU Bride & Groom Laa.rente Welt Or 12-15 Dance Orch ____ the Communists are 56 Reaches ii i i .
3 ?2 HInt! : Moot-== Ladles-Be- Seated News - 12-30 Dance Orcb __ i corpus in the U.S. District Court and lost. Then ruled from Moscow and always in Moscow's interest toward 155 ;_ _
3 Mint Hun ____ 12 45 News ___________
he
i Ladies. Be Seated j lost in the Court of -
Tommy Appeals the
Dorter Or.
3.30 Ols. Take p. Whiteosn C. __ B. Sherwood OreS 1.00 Sign Off score was now and to give the names of those; who had taken 58 Be fond 5i y
3 to 0 in favor of the people of the United States. part in their dirty work. j S3_Responds
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/ r /DAY. w:oD S Y lold Wave Nips


Center Work Citrus Deal Takes Late Spurt


Fort Myers Resident Missing in River Waters Northwest a

ARCADIA lAP! David Wright Browning Jr.. 23 of Fort Myers ? Crops! i ,-__ .' ; J.' .: r' At this time last year. Florida supplies of honcydews and oth.'r

was missing yesterday after he fell from a bridge into the swirling Moves Ahead NEW YORK News of the had begun shipping grapefruit in late melons from California. TOtdl
1 Florida drew the greatest fair but melons will be
flood waters of Peace River last night. { : :r-r--:: ; I storm quantities it is now likely volume of these
NEW YORK-An even but light attention of the citrus trade late that the movement will be further small. however compared ith late

lie was not found by early last night in spite of the efforts of vegetable season was in the offing By ALLEN MORRIS j ji this week. and while first reports delayed because of the storm. By August movement.

residents drawing the riser and dhing for his body. on markets here as outlook bcuan: indicated light damage. there was the time Florida grapefruit begins' Most of he big peach shipping -

to crystallize after the hurricane TALLAHASSEE Tnree bie general apprehension as to how to arrive the public will reallybe sections" have completedtheir
Standing with his brother smUey Browning and about 50 other which cut a destructive swath ouildings of Florida's great newtapitol great the damage will finally wanting it. observers believe. harvests and onlyIkhi-
persons on the bridge the missing man suddenly went mto the river. to be. with its effect on
prpve
through Florida's great Okeecho- center ha'.e burst out of Sales of California ValencUs gan and :New York have any
jwoUfn to a mile wide below the bndge and covering Hwy. 70 as wells bee vegetable producing area. i he red earth. prices and tendency to create a this week, through Thursday totaled quantity of peaches remaining.

adjacent land. Smiley leaped after his brother and got hold of Market observers seemed acreed I Official progress reports show strong market all season. lIZ cars, which, averaged They will \ship most ef what

hIm but lost it a ain. that the storm loss will delay any I the following on these separate Trading was light first two $4.70. .This compares with S28 they have left daring the current -

Florida offerings until well after }hives of activity in a half-circle a days of the week because of the cars which, erased S1.30 for week' and after that

other areas have cleaned up their block from the statehouse itself: Jewish holidays. Heavy offerings the previous comparable period. peaches! will be a minor item.
of fruit Wednesday and
Skate Rink Planned Air Flight Eyed crops. thus bringing an even mar- The $1.802.000 industrial commission came Small sizes have begun to dobl'tter.
Thursday. Total offerings were Bartlett pears are also cleanincup
ket flow and indicating stable building-started May 1 .
"
o '
: i .0 -1 nLEESBURO ] {SK--' to Cr--- Vtr---, : -c ] lighter and prices were generally and northwestern! prunes ha\f'
and 20
prices.In now per cent complete.The
-A roller skating WASHINGTON--Washing- higher. with quite an upturn on Offerings of California grape- mostly been shipped. The season
rink will be built in south- ton alumni of the Universityof the far Northwest cold air $1.705.000 supreme court small sizes Thursday. Another fruit increased to 12 cars for the for these fruits is stnmg out some
started June 19 and
west Leesburg by E. S. Bais- Florida may invade Gaines- masses drifted down and building 10 now feature of Thursday's sale was a past week through Thursday. by placing several hundred cars

den. he announced yesterday.The ville by air this Fall. The brought frosts. in parts of Ore- STATE COMPTRLR. CLAR- per $1.256.000 cent complete.The road department big jump in lemon prices. These compared with six cars for the in storage. but it will not take

rink. second of its kind in alumni chapter has named a Eon. Washington. Idaho ,and ENCE M. GAY vvill represent building-started May 1 and now had been easing off after the cooler previous comparable period. Prices Spry" long to clean up these sup
Lake County. will be built committee to study possibility t'tah. Some tomatoes were 30 weather set in Tuesday but averaged $6 per box against $6.25 plies.

across from the Jungle Auto of flying there for Homecoming nipped and the amount of dam- Gov. Coldwell In welcomingmore per Although cent complete.the $625,000: south Thursday they jumped $2.50 per the previous week. but the declinewas California grapes will be a big

Sen ice and will cost 10000. set Oct. 25. |t. age to potatoes could prove important than 250 deleQates to the wing of the capitol has been occupied box to an average of $12.13. Cal- more in quality than in de competitor in the fresh fruit mar-

r.'. '? although! reports to Southeastern Regional= Conference since April it still is regarded ifornia lemon growers have been mand. There was an active demand ket until along in No\-.m.bfor because -

date do not indicate any great of the American Public as under construction, cleaning up for the last six weekswith on Thursday.: of the bumper ciop! and

Okeechobee Dikes Reported as Still HoldingMIAMI I reduction.At for at latest inspection the addition very high prices the rule Relatively 1 little i I California excellent quality. Pro t'> are tarlv ,
the same time Midwestern" Welfare Assn opening i at most of the time. grapefruit remains but if the New reasonable! on this tru.i! and it \
95 rent
i API The State Highway:: Dept. said yesterday that waterin and Eastern areas improved following I!L Jacksonville today. finished.was reported per Isle of Pines citrus fruit is York market is sufficiently high. will be the leading! fi hit m point!

the Lake Okeechobee region was backing up in the lowlands causing rains and favorable temperatures Construction of the south arming in limited quantitiesand it will attract a good part of it. of tonnage for the next three or
wing
a minor flood condition but that there was no water flowing over the and crops that had not housing the senate chamber and au'tionSalf'5\ this week to- I The period in the season has four weeks.

major dikes surrounding! the lake. been too badly injured by drought Captain Loses officers of the governor and secre- taled around 4.000 to 5,000 been reached when melons and Apparently there, will be fewer
made some recoveryThe lon? of boxes. fruits that compete with citrus appler than last. >( .Ir and the next
The Communications Division here said that it had heard spell of hot weather caused rapid started tary Dec.state 15.among 1945. but others material was Prices were fairly: !good as mel- will decrease rapidly. Most sections estimate may be lana."re.i The

rumors that water was trickling over the dikes, but that it was an growth and compensated for the" Fight Against shortages which doged: its bUild- ons are starting to disappear and have finished shipping watermelons American Cranberry Fchanaeha

unfounded rumor.'We're late start. If frosts hold off fairly ers from the start have preventedits the public is beginning to look and cantaloups although named an opcnir. price of

well some crops such as tomatoes formal for grapefruit once more. Isle of central California will)) ship $27 per barrelompaod: with $-* .
trying to stop such talk. the Patrol said. completion.
Highway "We'veheard and potatoes will turn out better" Storm GustsFORT Four other will Pines sales will average close to some cantaloups for another two last year the tTI'bt\ l
some radio reports that water was at the top of the dikes. I > than was anticipated a short timt"ago. i up the capitol center projects for the wrap time $6.75 per box.THEY'RE. weeks and there will be moderate .'maTl"r .
this is not true. We would appreciate it if you could help us this believe. The _
stop experts rains :MYEHS :sVPl 1 The captain being. although a $10.000 plan has f
talk. i and cooler weather were hiehlvI of the Cuban fi hin boat An- been drawn to guide expansion

:., I favorable" to cabbage cauliflower. tonio Cerdido la.-hed himself to dunng the next half century. STILL TALKING ABOUT HER

i celery and carrots all of which the wheel to ficht the Atlantic Progress has been made on two

Aid Work IncreasesWASHINGTONThe $14.800 Authorized had been affected by the long hurricane off Florida but a furious of these four subsidiary develop

: ;,,- ,,' .... fT ...-. -_. ,.'1 [5'E'I( to Or" qr VT-- q io.fl] i I spell of hot. dry weather. gust jerked him away and ments: 15 per cent each on a No At All !

number EUSTIS Since Sept. 1. I Snap beans have remained swept him to death In the sea, $230.000 central heating: system This Emma Was Lady

of disabled persons in permits have been issued to 1 plentiful as hot weather stimu- dazed survivors reported yesterda'. and on a $75.000) ) electrical distribution ; -

Florida rehabilitated by the construct 514.800 worth of lated late plantings in New York Six other members of the crew net work.1iien .

State-Federal system of \o< a- buildings here. Largest: wentto and New England and hastened of eleven were reported drowned.: the heating: system i is MIAMI I UP Emma was no ladv. plf'teh"rf"d..ing" communication ua a little less severe than the

tional rehabilitation has increased Kenneth Copeland to builda Maryland and Virginia Fall crops Police who talked to the sur- finished all governmental !structures She was a full-blown\ bad-tem! lines and power facilities. 19C: and 1928: hurricanes."But 11
market ahead of time. Bean pered Southern woman with hot the boas: will U" j-na'1 .n?
75.8 per cent during $7.500 house on Ambassador to Ivors did not have the captain's within the capital centerproper New Orleans took up the shad-
the past fiscal; year. the Federal Ave. D. E Lowery obtained a growers in Virginia are complaining i name but said the 40footessel will be warmed from a water in her eves and she shrieked duties. She'd them later. o\er this one a long tlm.I't''!

Security Agency has 1'e- permit to build a S4 000 houseon that the crop is making too belonged to a Havana shippingfirm. new plant in the enlarged basement over a 3.000-mile course the I owing get added. "She was just like a no- .

ported. :Mill A\('. rapid growth which brings it into of the present supreme Southeast wont soon for et."Emma" good woman-full of the dc\ il" and J

----- --- market before the New York cropis Red Cross disaster worker Elaine court building.: is. the radio codename Despite the millions of CoUarsI( just about as unpredictable. !

cleaned] up. Prices have remained i Underground pipes already have used by Bed Cross workers, worth of buildings trees and crops .l
Patm said the four
survivors arrived During the past :20 years consumption -
rather low as a result. been laid to connect the structures '
Saturday night haggard and for the mighty: hurricane which Florida threw in her path, the of cotton in the V S. .
Would You Use An Umbrella Thai Leaks? : Rains this \\f'ekhould prove and replace existing furnaces of' chewed a destructive path :I
.
in tatters. They picked
were up various narrow peninsula didn't slow has never fallen below 19.5 pounds
favorable to late plantings of kinds and degrees of efficiency -
through !South Florida and the '
by a special deputy for the border .
You will be surprised how reasonable can put Long; Island limas. These had and economy. Gulf coastal States. Emma down much. She emerged per person per, year.Ebert's '
patrol on a string of uninhabited
automobile in condition. been going hack because of the The electrical distribution network .
your top a new > islands off Fort Myers. All four Supervising Forecaster Grady 'still furious. into the Gulf of Mexico -
heat and drought that prevailedI may be the forerunner of a near Ft. Myers pivoted again Trailer Rentals )
STATION WAGON TOPS-CONVERTIBLE TOPSCOACH were ten to 12 miles apart. They Norton of the Miami Weather i ;
I until Sept. 16. generating plant for the State offices I and headed for Louisiana. !
had been lost Bureau reviewed the of this |
Wednesday path
AND SEDAN DECKS-JEEP TOPS. Cabbage prospects have Improved night. since dependent now upon city util- mad woman of hurricanes in a' Approaching the northern Gulf LUGGAGE & UTILITY

S I materially in Michiganand Th Cerdido and another Cuban ities. Gov. Caldwell particularlyhas "M o n day quarterback" session coast she gave birth to a tornadoin HOUR-DAY-WEEK ;
SEAT COVERS 58.95 and ; .:: been jll
up I p Wisconsin following rams and vessel. the Hatuey. were on a 40- interested in the State her wake which slammed into
1 cooler weather. and New York producing its own power. here.Emma an unsuspecting Apalachiola. Fla.. Corner Garland & Colonial Dr.
"We Cover Everything But The Clouds" day fishing trip out of Fort Myers. With was first discovered; flitting ,
constantly growing use of with her viciousness.
show all
State should improvementfrom The Hatuey weathered the storm around hundreds of miles mama's TELEPHONE 9218:

ORLANDO SEAT COVER & SUPPLY COMPANY now on. Cabbage is becoming but is lying four miles offshore air conditioning business elevators andhpa'Y southeast of Puerto Rico off the Meanwhile. Emma ripped out the ___ -- is

|i somewhat more plentiful in unable to move. Its crew of land machines the Leeward Islands in the West Indies communications of her spies in
100 W. Washington St. Tel. 8151 State has been consuming a vast
the New York market but it is the four survivors are await- late Wednesday night. Sept. New Orleans.

i I not in heavy supply as yet. Price ing tow to be sent by the Havana amount of electrical energy and 10. Norton said. She was a tropi- When the Washington Weather
are still fairly high as comparedwith fishing company. only recently was a rate concession cal storm then.A Bureau stepped in she must have
received from the city. realized defeat She" drew her last;
the normal for midSeptember. 1 The Antonio Cerdido stopped at f
_, and New York Danish is Sanibel Lighthouse for water Still being" planned are two steamer brushed her skirts breaths in Arkansas and Texas

1q bringing $1.50 per sack at New Tuesday and asked about the hur- projects: landscaping of the and reported a "suspicious"! set Norton readily agreed Emma: : I
York. capitol center at an estimatedcost of wind and pressure figures to was no lady though he said she
ricane.
She anchored offshore for
.
of S50.000. and rehabilitation the San Juan. Puerto Rico
The cauliflower outlook has im- I
the night but winds yanked the ;
of the Nathan :Mayo; building Weather Bureau.
\ with cooler weather and
proied i anchors out and blew the ship 20
[formerly known the
rains. Long Island cauliflower miles south. The wind reversed as Army and Navy hurricane hunter :1

.. \ \ak should; start to move in another blew her back to the same spot chemistry of the building center.] on also.the at outskirts an- planes flushed this young woman -

'_' week or 10 days and there is a and wrecked the ship on a sand- out of her lair the next morn- ,
estimated" cost of $50,000.
\ Kood-pized acreage. Prices have i i bar. ing. They kept close tabs on her
_- S \ : I j The current development of the
also improved as the market sup- I -- ---- antics until she hit Florida southof Lt
2
capitol center will cost. at present
plies have not begun to pick up West Palm Beach the following TONIGHT"YOU _i
: as yet. Louisiana has begun to allocation and estimate. a total of
vet. despite" improvement of the Wednesday. Sept. 17. =
harvest but has had a poor growi $6.162.800 of which $1.250.000 I for
the field. The San Juan Weather Bureau CAME ALONG"Robert
crop in
-
i ing season and may be light. un- the industnal commission building -
This is turning out to be issued:; the first hurricane advisoryat Cumming*-.Lizabetli Scott
less there is marked improvementin 1 will come from revenue cer
quite a good celery" season despite 10:30: a.m.. EST. Sept. 11. Emma "CARTOON"First
the weather. tificates. $98.174 from the city of
the late start and hot had reached maturity: and waI"r01l'ing Show 7 00
The late Fall supply of Tallahassee for land acquisition
-
weather during the Summer.Vestern cucumbers to giant size by the hour Complete Show From It 15
may turn out very short if and the rest from State taxes. Children 1'nder TweHr in Car
But worried becauseshe
no one was
New York celery seasonis
the crops around Wauchula and Revenue certificates sold by the Admitted free
still 2.000 miles from
was
getting into full swinjr and
Fort State improvement commissIOn. afinancing
Myers prove to have been
Florida following a straight westnorthwt'sterly -
:Michigan is moving about the
heavily damaged by this pastweeks agency to help erect the .
normal amounts of Fall celeryat industrial commission structurewill course that looked "One Dozen the
heavy winds and rains. In like it might curve out to sea. on
this time.
be retired from rent paid by
that event. the few growers who
Utah has been big factorin This daughter of the sea stayed Half Shell"
a
very have cumbers for late October the federal" government. After can- .
from land for almost
the celery deal this season and away a
cellation of the certificates. the
will be getting high prices for
vitamins
week taking salt water
has shipped more cars than ever them. building will belong to the State.
5 o'clock before. This State has become an While it is true this rental mon- for the coming onslaught. Puerto OYSTER
Tomatoes in the New York area Rican weathermen issued eight i
factor in the late Sum-
important ey was collected from individual
are yielding heavily and home
bulletins one every six hours. on
..still shining mer supply and shipments are Floridians in unemployment compensation -
gardeners report much better
her condition until she did a HOUSE
being made to all of the
parts taxes none could be reclaimed -
than last season. However
crops witches' dance across latitude 20.
country. total commercial production from the federal government There the Miami Bureau took Robert Milctmra
1 Cucumber prices have begun to (which defrays the expenseof 360 N. ORANGE .
THE SHINE THAT STAYS throughout the Northern States is over gradually stepping up the
New York and Michi- '
improve as local UC administration! unless "PURSUED"With J !
likely to prove moderate unless; advisories to one every two hours Air Conditioned Open
gan are getting well along and the season remains warm and the State agency! actually:\ was paying T A.M.-12 PM. 7 Days a Week
when she came close to land. Norton Teresa Wright ,
there nothing to replace themWARD'S rent. If the had -- -
is open for longer than usual. Prices State provided with a staff of 13. prepared SELECT ORLEANS
has hard-wax f finish FRESH NEW
because it Tomorrow Sleet JohnDoe"
a the building at its own expense -
have been low that
so California 23 bulletins based on air recon- OYSTERS AT OCR OYSTER BAR
HOLIDAY INN credit would have been
no -"Alias Mr. IsiLight"AiiJil
shippers have been holding off on naisance and station reports from
Located between Sanford allowed by the federal authorities
midway
their shipments. myriad far-flung islands. Try Our Business Men's Special
and Orlando on Hiehway 17-82 is for this saving. The triple play
.. OPEN SUNDAYS Despite the shorter potato crop. through the improvement commi.ssion Emma was ready. She hit the 1I I Served Daily .
GRIFFIN n.OSED !MONO VS this season the demand has not northernmost Bahamas Islands
satisfies both State and federal
STEAKS and CHICKENDINNERS ratiaht up with the supplv and Tuesday morning. tasted first :
governments.has
t to! Government 's; Mill buving blood of destruction and hoveredall a.
Phone W. P. !S171-J
We rater to special par lie* PU.at ie.s.; Purcha.- aro decreas'n" nieht. growing to full stature .r. .
Cocktail Bar For Your Pleasure ]10\\"('\PI'. anci! un it'.- !the ('ropOJlOtr. been underestimated there -500 miles in diameter. with hur- .
GRIFFIN ABC WAX SHOE POLISH gives you will come a time when Government ricane fury spreading more than
.
easier,brighter longer-lasting shoe shines, :: .. QrOI. :: purchases for market sup- 100 miles across. ..a7_ .

because it contains more bard wax: Hard port will probably cease.BESSER'S !Suddenly. Emma: turned on : ; I O .1Q

wax, means easy shoe care. So for more -- -- her left foot and charged headon !. Lost Tune Today '

shoe shies with less shoe shining, use C rFLAMlttGO CLUB into the Florida peninsula.She I Ope" 12:43 r. Trouble IapMihlosdm With Women
-j I destroyed the peeping tomson
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GRIFFIN ABC VAX' SHOE POLISH. to get I I. her trail at :Miami by comj 2(17111 : Spencer Tracy w

the shine that stejs! I "Famous For Fine Food For 20 Years"TFUING RESTAURANTGet ---- Stanley & LivingstonTOMORROW

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September 22,1947
Monday,
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: brookiyn Drops $ Ikt Blackwell Racks Giant Rookie Wins 20thIn Crack Women ing brv.pop..:



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No. 2 To Boston ; H. 1 PhilliesNEW Golf Amateurs ler

tI Up 22d Victory Split With Jto

c meOr
: M.f
( Cards Rained Out YORK [AP] Rookie Righthander Larry Jansen seC.

f turned in his 20th win of the season by pitching the New Open Title Play son' .
Reds Bucs Split phillies in the ;
BROOKLYN TAP1 The pennant- York Giants to a 6-4 win over the Philadelphia n <- '
the
Phils won
it hungry Brooklyn Dodgers. who ar- : I ccond came of a doubleheader yesterday. The DETROIT :'API I The week-lone yeari

rived here two days'ago from a CINCINNATI TAP1 Cincinnatiand '}"" ,ncr., :)W: -!n !t-o I 11th inning when Dcl Ennis homered. scramble to locate a successor to ,
__ _____ untIl the
successful:; road trip ready nail 0 "ft' .". "h"tnut_____
to Pitt-sbuieh divided a twin bill ..au." U UC1U 0" ---- -
the 1947 National League" pennantto vt'sterdatht' Pirates clubbing ninthsshefla pair of errors and a Mildred I Babel i Didnckson Zaha- ilusOi

the Ebbets Field mast. were seven; Redlej pitchers for an 11-7 by Emil Verban led to four rias as queen' of America's women salt
triple :
still seeking that all-important victory in the eieht-mning nightcap I amateur golfers opens here todayat 1:1:
"clincher" vIctory following: their after the Reds had won the runs. Club e
Hills Country
second f successive beating by the q 1 opener 3-1 to give Ewell Blackwell i The Giants got to starter Franklin It B.

Boston Braves vesterdav" 4-0. A his 22d victory of the season. '! Schoolboy Rowe and reliefer with a half dozen feminine sharp wella

disappointed crowd of 34.123 saw The st'cond"tamp! was called at !l Flank Hoerst for all of their runs shooters rated along together as n -

the Braves even the seasons' series the end of eight: innings becauseof F 1 1m the first four innings Rookie pre-tourney favorItes. Sri'yello

with the Dodgers; at 10 games darkness after Redleg Mgi Bobby Hhawn belted a homer Latest to project herself to a '

each. WARREN SPAHN Johnny Neun had cleared his bullpen 'with one on in the third for the position high up with the favorites locke

This time it was Lefty Warren of pitchers in an effort to j GIants. going into today's It-bole

Spahn who threw the monkey'j. first since 05 stem the Piratetide.. i I In the opener. -. qualifvine: : round is Grace Lenczyk. S :-

wrench into the Dodgers celebration Warren Giles. president of the 1 Charlev Gilbert j r;:;; the 19earold Newington Conn. gOCKpa'

plans. Spahn duplicated John- Rrd told newsmen after thegame accounted for the [ -'alho: captured the Canadian

IRISH JOEY DUNNE nv Sam's feat of Saturday by ( that he would enter a for- Phils other two Women> Open Championship Saturday lent '
Bevens Chokes
meets Jimmy Burke in "natural"Dunne handcuffing the Brooks with only ;! mal complaint with Ford Frick. runs with a circUIt by walloping Mrs. E. J. tlul- Cl'

_t SIX hits to register his :20th! victoryof National league president! over smash w hil*> qu rn of Toronto 12 and 11 in 657"

the season. He is the first I the calling of the game. both Giant F' i the finals. Miss Lenczyk. winner he

Takes o'n BurkeIn Braves southpaw to reach the 20 lA's The umpires got together at markers came of the 1947 Tam O' Shanter tournament as ;

victory mark since Irving I Young; Back 6-0 the start of tne eighth inning: as the result of ,, at Chicago eliminated ing.An.
i four bacgers: by. -s the 19** Women
Zahanas from -
Cyl I Young won'that many in 1905. when there were dark clouds OVl'rthe Mrs
said. "and agreedto Jack Lohrke and 's Western Open and has been
field Giles
The defeat together with the l PHILADELPHIA (API The New call the game at the end of Sid Gordon. I labeled bv the "Babe" as the top o. 'I 1 ,,1,
Card I
'Natural' on Legion washout! of. St. Louis' !scheduled' j York Yankees shut out the Philadelphia the inning The sky had brightenedhalfway .I By homenng' in !mrf-at here She is entered in 1948.

game against the Chicago Cubs!' through the inning but each game the Stet-on University at DeLand. ares. -
cut the Dodgers' first place lead Athletics 6 to 0 yesterday' Giants establish-j -. Fia :dy
American the Cardinals to 7' games. behind the three-hit pitching of they called it anyhow. \ .t.:. National "
Promoter Doug Ba' PCS' sixth Legionsponsoredfight over 2 ; Babe hit his 14th homer ed a new TinOUgtl ,, I' :.1
Young
The' Brooks are idle today while" ERNIE LOMBARDI League record JANSEN Others who rate high in the .
off .
eight- Bevens. The ended
by an Floyd
show a 2R-roqnd presentation topped ( game wit ha man on in the Redleg se\- homers. The include Louise SDECS. !safid '"
night picture
'ards dav and
the play for consecutive game
isLet : the Athletics' 1947 home season. the Schnoz' goes lint I ,I I "' 'I
middleweight
round "natural" between popular scrappers 1 their Lithia
games with the Cubs in St. enth.The Walters Giants now have homered in the 23-year-old Springs.
for Legion Arena at 8:30: p.m. today. Louis. The Brooks. who need one Bevens working for a World Pirates greeted Bucky outburst. m- last 18 games breaking the previous Ga. girl who holds the \\ ternAmatf"ur !'IP I

Trish Jnpv Dunnp. 156-oound Jacksonville boxer, and more victory or St. Louis defeatto Series starting berth and Joe with a five-run record of 16 which they and Open titles; Dot 'nt. v. < <:!

Bt'ach. -- mathematically clinch the Coleman, A's rookIe. tangled in a the first inning of the nightcapand withSIX Giants Release jointly held with the Pittsburgh Kirby, medalist a year ago andrunnf"rup
Jimmv Burke West Palm f- scoreless pitching duel for four then put the (game: on ice .
record ,
-
leasrue 1939. Atlanta \ 1 I.
. naha'.f":: six games left to play. Pirates. The major in an OutI.
ht. tangle the mam
middle em : in 'pair of six-round bouts and two innings before the American runs in the sixth. the New York "
set by admittedly "hitting
of 25as
The Cards have nine. product resh
event that local ring fans have Cincinnati shortstop -
four-round matches. League champions teed off for Eddie MIller.
Ya1keesI. Helen of
asked for the past two weeks. I Jimmy Laedeke. hustling little. Ralph Branca. 21-year-old aceof four runs. Bevens opened the inning clouted a triple. his 38th dOuble FIRST SAME)
In the only .brushes acainst a 122-pcund local product. takes on the Dodgers. was the starter with a single and after Lon- of the season and two singles Ernie LombardiNEW PHILADELPHIA t I'' mutual. opponent here at Le- ,I i the top- the second game. .NrS. S'i.4Poete's'Il14R4'B' year who has been playing: near
Al Alonzo. Tampa. in and loser. He yielded all Boston'seight nie Frey walked. Tommy Henrichsingled in four trips in 4 1 1I. Franklin Hills' of 75 in urlyprartit'e

. skin Arena both won their | billed six-round match. hits and runs in the se.t'ninnines to right to score Bevens. A crowd of 15.975. on hand for .,.I1,1"1.f V 1 1 1 214..'an -, 4 1 3 rounds par Kirk the A 513.\1, ; I..

t I ffehts. Dunne !scored' a decision Phil Orr, Winter Park lightweight : hepitcht'd to be charged: Frey also crossed and Henrich the final twin bill of the season; YORK rAP] Ernie Lom- t osf( 'IliTIs'o."i'.f 4. 1 "> : Peggy )ran
of ,.luteinc young Bill Kinardof | Black'ellpitch ".. .'... .r 1 0 11 Olilcols 4 0 N ft I tall Findlay. O. star, and Dot
i while Burke climbIng : is paired off against with his 12th defeat He was gun- raced to third when Austin Knick- at Croslev FIeld. saw bardi. haiihiiunseteran 1 catcher. 1'1.." I 1 0 11 '1 0 I..n. ( rf 3. 9J. Kielty of Long Reach CaL it sp(,
xanford. 1 "Andy Anderson. Jacksonville, in 'ning for his 22d victory and his erbocker allowed the ball to go a five-hitter as his mates afft'ctlOnatknon!: as "Th" ....' 310, :1. 1 n .:, ....-., 4' 1 SII.sF..Th .. 1. T. -
into the ring as a substitute .. .. 1 r.lnn If aiI'i
I couple of weeks later. I the other !six-rounder. fifth in seven starts against the through him. Henrich scored on touched Kirby Higbe' and TinNBonham Schno .zle.:' wa.s handed his unjj I'hole.'S'' I I n "I" .',...h,". I, 1 1 1 2 1 With Mrs. Zaharia.5 vacating the "','
1 'I opponent handed Kinard the first I Danny Braziel, Jacksonville Braves. Yogi Berra's outfield fly. Jack for eight safeties in the conditional release yesterday by ves.s 104iPro'p 1 3 I 4 title by turning pro, only three \
,_ Besides the defeat the Dodgerslost PhillIPS. rookie from Newark. the New York Giants. Ihrosocp%( 1100 1IS'eo"-oa ISIS. former champions all veteran ; \""
with creditable up opener. .
knockout the promising but i middleweight a ) ..'de... 1. ;iothart S S S ftHoer"
r sanford youngster ha"il'n'r record. tangles with Jimmy Savage the services of Catcher Bruce walloped a home run into the left (fIRST(Nlim.ti GAME CINCINNATI HU | Lombardi. who compiled a 306 S a a I I i I shotmakers are in the field of 82

, green suffered. /: tough Orlandoan. in one of Edwards for a while. Playing despite field stands for the fourth Yank PITIS8URSH., eSas. .. lifetime batting average during his Jinoich.p .. 0 .. fighting for the 32 positions in r r

Burke IO-.T a disputed decisionto t the four-rounders. while Jack a fever. the stocky receiver run. .'vo..t', .I.. .. :1 8 T.Ra__",.r rf 3 I 1 1 I :1 1 17 years in the National League T-.U --." --- -I-c'-!*. T"l -:T:*- -: -t -33-13- match play which opens Tuftda ". mberat -

Jobnm Dupree of Tampa in a Emanucl promising local lightweight : suffered a split finger on his richt The Yanks added their fifth run .\\;.l..othn..r i15'It: iu10HatISO04 1 I I :1 twice won the senior circuit batting .a-fanne. for l>.nn.", :i !I"'-li' They are Mrs. Glenna Collett I Sr-: ."',

stirrme battle that featured the sidelined with with bad hand in the seventh inning and in the sixth mains off Russ ChrIS- K.nlf. I' a24Laamt".e I .. Tu00l 110 I.:1 Aft0: 105roass championship. i r_-ran in.l fni.J. WcilntB for r-ai in in Il'hPl.l.Wnhl Il'h Vare of PhIladelphia. siX-time at !ci

Vet-sponsored fight card here '. hands for several weeks. returns was forced to retire. The extent topher. Aaron Robinson tripled Fl....... \I. 1. II.. I ......... 1 1 8 The !S25-pouii receiver won & SO. *!* 00! M-IN champion: Mrs. Estelle Lawson 'at F-\

I Hit Monday nIght. to action against Joe Rojo. Tampa. 'of the Injury was not determined and came home when Pete Suder 5,0554U53555tI1ft.M: aI5di.b J"5i1111lgbtft 1 :1 ,1 his first title with a mark of .Erm.. York" 1,050._ Bum batxd In".'I Ifttrtr MW elf Gllhan-* Page of Greensboro. N. C., who ; gt.'t

Bark of this; eight-rounder is a in the other four-round scrap.t immediately. booted Henrich infield slap. The R".n( It. ..' I.. I I .31! while with the Cincinnati 11"rho.. &"nl. T.n'>>."' hf I Tnnaann HnaM won the title 10 years ago and "
--- thl'Hod.rs final run came in the seventh inning .R"t,' :1 5 1 run l-.MUk <<;._. .......1... Em>.. ftserDco.s.hto Margaret Curtis of Manchester. ?t 1"
In only inning did Reds' in 1938 and repeated in
one I-rVm to *rtiultt.tst :
IVmhl
a4ava
; on singles by Bill Johnson linn....... 5 1 .. .. Mass., who won three times, the
rh.il'z ii.Poat
j get more than one hit - - 13II when he hit .330 for the 'k* l ShraS t "Ia; fillhart to
Four Top-Notch Games Hold off Spahn, first lefthander" In and Bobby Brown and Robinson's : To'sll :112 1 SI 111 T..t.( 3. J :7 15ag0.ap4d Boston Braves.!' 'o K>:" n> **.. Loft .n *..*sr*. I't'tOlr-( first in 1907.Another .
outfield fly. 055 'm' ..a''". I. 204I'etbsarSh ph,. c..5:" os Tn" 3. san, MI .iI"' err iso'- contender
the majors to win 20 games this 000 81n 0001I After three years with Oaklandof .oily *. HI IVar S. fl.".,... nit ", P"a' T. hT hiehly-rated '.
NEW YORK I IA) PHILADELPHIA I'At Ill 051-3 Is.o'ciy l' J. Hit.: sIt PonawllT 4 in 9 .nnnao. among the "old timers" is Mau- 17-1943 .!.
year. akfkca. aNtS... i 4 I CwI05att( : ...: ; ;.. the Pacific Coast League Lom ,, I .t. nff *m'itli II in J.-.
I IIaJto4 Ii r: off H "nt ta .
SEC : 11.55. E555 Orcutt of Haworth. N. J.. C'I
Spotlight as Opens Up Fru2h 2i123iiCo.kr.t If 4ai41 I .1_........ Jllabo. 505.I bardi broke in with the Brooklyn nimunt 'rH rHon.t I'prm' 15.0".- reen amber
: That was in the seventh inning Hni'irh SiiSI'kn'wSr.rf 4 a J lB 4 : .._.....Too._n.5005)1111'It\lt:. Th,00-1050 hit I H........ Dodgers in 1931. lie was tradedto ...*.,, ,o pi U15Oko'th.. "._. 2."3. Al taUmr twice runner-up and three times her Oat .
ATLANTA [UP] All Southeastern Conference grid machines when Ed Stanky and Peewee Reese .:,. If 4s5S0.<'h.p .nrf :0i31I'U.gaI ]I, 1.11.Nos me: A4.... ......iri...: Lao.a'a0.. DroOls.. Cincinnati the following ::.0'.9 (01415.1SF, ,. medalist in the last 20 years. ana c'I"
walkto S 5 5 3 Ca.olh ;a 5 5 7 IPhIlp FleIchor: R'' 'da.th yearin
into this week with four fine contests singled. Carl Furillo drew a ,., 1 It h % i : I. 0 M.,f.kib I S" s t :I 5:000: : 11..0" 50 I'45 Is 151005mph 2. II'- a .six-plaver deal and remained
move high gear Ed- IS 1,50 LOft 05 050051:
, load the bases but Bruce Jnnn..h 4II2tEi4tr.b sail :! I .... sit R.a' :. 'ITI <*ECNBPHILADELPHIA CAME. )
.: on deck for the weekend as the traditionally powerful SEC wards ended the inning with a pop k.aa. '> ai4J"oto.. 3a51 :I "Nikspl(S 3 .Uliurk 05 oat":halt t".: Ho.* I. ht 1I1.> .' with the Reds for 10 seasons appearing (N" I SEW ."IIK fllj) Ward ReturnsTo
,t R."n: 4 1 t 4 <.a..r- J' a 2 launches another to second base. .......... sell t. H,"I off NIftOS i iI 1 i. .. .
campaign. 4ijIft0.I.a..or 1. lil in 2. r.'.... hall*I ,-.- I>*ina pl 1939 and IMO.i I.roa1e.so0 :I 3. Bkan! I 4 : 3 1
Two of the Alabama at Tulane and Tennessee The Braves scored a run in the i I"T.IO"lCT. 1 t 1 ft I Ria.. I .pr'., CenI_ SSfl. 5051405 .... ,;,n... rf I. 0 1 K.rr.. 4 5. 1 2 0 ,
scraps- (..._ III: .
sold
1 t <11 He was to the Braves in so..Ir 4sS30TN05.of: 4.12
fourth on Earl Torge.son's double 55.11.,. TI_: L.34. i .. Local Card :- ;"
< - --- 3 1 I"
will 2 'sn..llt
against Georgia Tech- go along i 1942 and came to the Giants in Scr'i.of 1 I 1
and a single by Dick Culler. They Toi.U 22 4 13 ST t*' TouK' :g. 3 K I II 5.5,401-k S 4 I S Mantan.n 1 0 0 1 5 '
-
\\la way toward deciding the con- i added two more in the fifth on a > II..., out for rhrltmphtr In *ihN P1"S8VItIJS GAME) April of 1943 In a trade that sent J,......::110 21 i'I1roJ00.t' I" 1 The main event Australian tag onda
>nrk .. I 1 ferrnce championship. While the Scarborough single by Tommy Holmes. a sacrifice !'h'I.4rp5a' MW SOl 054--I, I rSsa a 4eSa a ::14 4 1 : t 1 IJrk...... I' 8 1 match on AmVet wrestling promoter ralanr"
: .if S I 1 catch. Hiiah Poland to Boston. tfice c '. L
Batmh i
State-nice and the two walks and Phil Masi'sdouble. ga.tet.04s.r. Owl.Iro hattfd InHwuirh. : LisoelIrl a ..-.., lSonftJsooSu.. 42353Sneertp Temple Mason's Legion
Louisiana
teant Knu-kr-bnrlm ,'.' 52il3TSI5..r t 1 1 : ...
Ifrtj M f *.rrat> Lombardi hit over .300 10 times 1. 1 4"
of North Carolina Breaks Back The final run came in the rhilllpv! II..... t KAkiraea fr"ird on # Georgia-University seventh when Torgeson scored ona mci.' _1-. 'T"o_ hlu. Brrra :. rha.- '. t 1 1 4 WT-.lk. 4 1 1 7 0 and smashed 190 home runs in his 55,145.55 S S I 0sPadjin return of Tommy Ward popular ntera:!.:; r)
mix-ups will provide insight -u. ttmt bat* Mt: --. Horn nir I Phil- Ws II.rf 1 2 t 5 li....10<.. I'" S T aFl.tehm.lS career This: srason in 48 games.he 1' 0 0T'dalo "
Into the strength of two other double steal. linn Dnubl lijl. Bravn t. F.., TV rhillipBrown <: 4 1 S ILdaS.lf., J 0 I -- Atlanta grappler. and Nick Bacalis. dvernsun"' :
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Into Win RowBOSTON i BOSTON INI I .IIOOKLYN .111) ,in mtliipt. Lift ..B bait*: ;0.... torN IrhlladelpIlK ... lIiIrotO.110 v 11 2 a : n aai.n.. a ft hIt 282:! and walloped fourloundttippn -:sa.- 7 :* 0 Total 3\ I 10 2: nI' Chicago policeman who team up 'hamiC"! :
: I touted SEC contenders. I IWallr ahrh.aI. aNrNa.Hotta -. .... on .balls: off 11.-... I Klutm. 4 iSIiRotho ft00 sWeek'sRing. 11001 sal fOIt'' lIsa," (In Ttk
.. rf ; I a 5 "?!CI.nIn" Zit I' I I 21 off tattmui' I I. off "'hns-"Dh r 3. Kttmk ...11.: 'h; "....11. ls5SlhZit.rs' 100' ." I _... f... 0Pri105 IS RhPhI1d.Ips against Mr. X and Bill Steddlum !. "
.. --d .t
.: Butts' Bulldogs actual- (rAP I Rae Scarborough H.pttf 3. a 2 l5.I'4a.os.Ib S 0 t 1 ,, .... 5. by ...... t. itS ,'bI'.! '''''.., I H.I' 'oa> f 5i5iIoo0o05.p -- -- ----- -- I 05. 11II1I in a three-fall skirmish.In IctuBalan: n
l Iv fired the opening gun in their ko".II.1t lIt 3 1tI_..' 2S2 : '*H rlmu I In S _,_.. nff < .htit.afi 4 In <. i 1"I. I' S 0 I'.. Tor. .12 ;;>II m-4Enrn
who had lost eight games in Elint: 310 S S a a I.F1Inl..ff. S S J S Ixwlna pi'rhrt I '."l..nar I .p....; lB.*arlU.. I 1.I 1.-.... ft 0 0 I Np. Vrimlu. Ttrtw. Uwkt the 8:30 p.m, opener. Rube :'fav'- :r.:! (c' :'
t title defense" Athens, Ga., Friday i yesterday ptiched a .. 3ISI5Iatt '. I ..... 4 11 1 I. : LaFMMt. : Dick
; succeSSIOn. Tog'a'a.1b32i4 ':Edoo." W afn sal Pap iri:> Tnw 1 ; Attodce:: I 1"11. *. Bunt luxe n: Bbmn 3. g100. Trm, Wright collides with Bishop flsris'ma,<: . ..... .. SS215a2h I IA4.2b I I 1 1 II .
.
nUht when they registered three-hit shutout as the Washington I .a. in 333 "W. flrlMl'z Vh n 7. P1.* Tsobuo h.'sv m a three-fall one-hour limit .
11't' Pl
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an unimpressive 13 to 7 win overEurman ,, Nationals blanked the Bos- : .. 4aa22W.104o.Tf 2 0 0 5 0tpa.op \ Warfare SIJao'O.. 155.-os. 00(0,1'.. 1'h00.h05t lOt. fracas. Al Massey will referee both U\D\d
J i I 0'S: 4 0 : I 2'I.a4.if I $gctt.: .. SitesScattered 1 \ ,*>*n. Hnn run .h...... lrfT on h.'*. P514544'
A last-minute touchdown 11! ton Red SOy 3-0 before 12.198 ( 2S5hiJt02I0".3b: 4I !. '. :. McMillan Gets Hot lisoNtLirobp 1 I" a. N,* TOT .. Hn on hjilt( I "fIjinro attractions and one-pound boxesof
J. 11' 0 11 I
pass by Johnny Rauchprovided paid fans whose made 'Nataa.p 1 'If"< I. Sro k oti'I itS J.n.ra ;
I presence .CIAa55t04Hatta..p 1 II n n ITdHHT.* .. chocolates will be presented to
,
I! 22 12Twalt Hi" tfRsaO's'Si114nCII -
r i h.
I the victory margin but the 1947 total at Fenway Park for 0 0 0 5 I At Gun Club Shoot -----1 1 ."pn'. ,400c.ts7 '.ffSpsg.tnftr7 the first 50 ladies entering the
the 1916 Sugar Bowl champs : ,,,''' 1' a 0 a M 'l TtiWta 35 T to 14 J ..
IT U
J the year 1.422.957 a new alltimehigh. II ,..'-inK p. 'li.r ttmr. I..r"r<- l..o"i !Sos a: hall.
__.. S U S S ft The regular Sunday shooting. M
fnmtl in *
18I far '
were played off their feet for The previous record of CTUWNM UK* aol Slot.ks1l. T,me 1 I). A".n4inrI: .1- r
-----I - events at the Orlando Gun Club I b-fo.lsI 505 tar peas tm sowI ) NEW YORK tAPJ J Boxing bows. Jd -P "n :
. three quarters. 1.416.944 was set last season when Tools l It. 1 IT St! T..UImflld :sa. t 57 ft cmmM Mr ritanaa I* TIN
I nut for Braan to TIN .: yesterday turned out to be a "Neil]l Pin.tank .._.- -. KM .aO "--IIinrtmut out of Madison Square for a monthin IJptal recep'4al
i Alabama also took the turf in the Sox won the American League hpopficd. out far HtttM I. 5thso.. McMillan" day as the Winter Garden -. <. **2 """ 25r&Il.iI 7 *
favor of
pennant. _."" ln 1"--1 s1 awl .f tk.. 4arfcon i ifrrm the rodeo but plentyof : Seen Rough
a session with Mississippi shooter walked off with top I Baylor FOR DEPENDABLE \
; warmup The two earned runs which the RrnoiIlyn ,00 505 000-5 : ;. r......... FtotHwr Bwia hauM SrF4och'c name boxers will see action
Southern at Birmingham! Satur- honors in the trap singles and KNIxx 3. Waadlms :. -h'.
I :
Bknilwlk :
}: femtll ROT feat!** br: CoilsM.I: S. f :
\ day night as Hurlmg Harry Gilmer Nats scored in the third inning : T rn*o.ha.. hits. tUftr TorCMn. sru' Rimrll.firr doubles and handicap competi Vmtnl" *. 4I5I055k. TnllaKr T.,_. Kaiintholtz around the country during the Opener for MiamiMIAMI RADIO SERVICECALL
were the first scores they had 'nl.n "....: _.11. T..zes.s 2. StIlL II..... T..>.baM kit.. I Khi-u !. W Klli... Flvtrh.r week. !
pitched aerials to Rebel Sterner made behind Scarborough in 36 ': ROOT Doubta. .ploy. fffim. to Uui. Left onit. tion.McMillan M.II..1_. Thna_kaw kit: Mtllrr. The 20th BJilaJ.: :t' rr. 1
S. C.
for a 34 to 7 conquest by the Red ..e.: Rmtoa 1" Brooklyn i:. Bam .. hill* shared the trap shoot, Homt ran' Touna. IAft m taMa: ntuh-uth. ". Century will fea- : r lAP) Tony Cianci. head
innings. They proved enough to nff Upahn .. off Branra 3. all H.".ii I. Strorti lead with G. J. Creeden both 1"I..nnall.. BaMa an balls: oft Waltei. 1. off ture middlew" eights Billy Arnoldof scout at the University of Miami, + -
Tide.The \\'in. for the Sox could get only .n. hv Spahn ;. bT Ru..... 7. I hr flatten I. b) as I -,1111.. "ft I.IroIr I I I.'If' 6_>>..' J. oft I>- Philadelphia and Lavern Roachof ASSOCIATED 5300
rumored power at Mississippi 11.10', m.n I HI'' ,' .iff R..",-, 0 (in 7 innint.rr cracked 48 birds out of 50. He ,-.oal '.r.o-O.l h,5.&r.h.E:...... I. told football coach Jack Harding
one man to third base. ,. .... B.im. l n.i.l. l.v t.umhr.l. h. H.'kt I. K.. P>.....kl' I Plamview. Tex._ in a 10rounderat be
where Johnny Vaught took H. n in Iif r> .1. then to take the doubles yesterday the Hurricanes may
Joe Dobson, who was after his ,I.:".I, Spah, I'n& pt'.0r' It...... 1 ...",.<' went on ;' H.... nff mrll -. in 4 1 4:0, ,..05' "f! Nl': St. Nicholas Arena here Friday -- -- Coachtcta
over from Red Drew. bowled over 18th victory but instead I'lnrll. R<>ntt an l Onr. Time: 2 1 35. A"I.nca: shoot with a 49 and turned in a '. 1ft I' ..tf50.tr,0Io'ftFro: u" ici in for a rough time when they
was .
Kentucky 14 to, 7 in the biggest. charged with his eighth loss. walk- "ll.J: ,ipailElements.. perfect 25 out of 25 from the 20- 2 1.3. off I.!tel" 1 I In I off. <, :....-, 11 in 2 night-the evening the Garden open the 1947 season against Bay- : Cast I Iron
off r 'n 1 in 1. offr.rhsaak
.101 B !"l 2 'In 1.3 >on usually caters to the fight
upset of the first football weekend. yard line the lor in the Orange Bowl Friday r
ed only one man, Gil Coan. in handicap. ( "ml' Winning, 1'1'ihfr. Sago lutingpt '
Chuck Conerly. alternating passes 1 O'hrr scores: 'rh.r. "',m"'rt'. I mnlrn S.". H.nl'no. BOR crowd. night. .
Coan walked after Scarborough Drown Out Tn' R C. Graham and P H BrltlJr. aordiofflor. T.m.. 2 "'. .hltr..rce. n.n bill CII C.
with powerful thrusts through the Chicago Stadium offers Cianci. Just back from scoutingthe
himself had singled and both raged 45. R. P ).fcKtnne" 41: Charles W. a BATHTUBS I <'
Wildcat forward wall was too across the plate on Mickey Ver- lrrnnc Jr. 41 Ed F15hb. k. 42.:! D Rich- triple 10 Thursday night headed Baylor-Austin College game tcp ann -

much for Bear Bryant's defenders.The non's well stroked l two-base hit to, Indian-Tiger Tilt ard.on.M Studdard 41' Mrs.34. Tom D Richardson tfern, 22x25 38 J: C L Detroit LikesLakeland bv a couple of Sew Yorkf'rslighhf"ight '4in Waco. Tex. was particularly conf-irr'--: 1Onrg

rest of the weekend grid left center. Andrrson 21. J R Fuqua and Shtrifl 1 Gene 'Burton and impressed by George Suns left : I ,

activity went pretty much according Sherry Robertson scored the DETROIT [TAP! Joe Gordon. Jim Harmon Biack 16 20: V. H. Slry. 17. and W. N weltervieisht Danny Kapilow.A halfback. who he said is a "great Cforkt {J

to forecast with Clemson cuffing third Washington run in the fifth. Cleveland second baseman overtook Double* Trap: Creratn.. 47; lr...."&. M, Site broken field runner." Wpuin t'ad
St.
Presbyterian 42-0 behind the He single dto center an dstole Ted Williams in the American Richardson 40. and Graham 38 Paul program Friday night Cianci called Baylor's running $79 ea. l .11 .
Handicap' Irrganc (:20>. 24 matches
Crrcdrn22i .
: featherweight contender
talented offensive gyrations of second. League home run derby by '. :23! : Graham (2O>. 21. and Richardvm LAKELAND (API The Detroit attack the best part of its offensive been 1\t '
freshmen Bobby Gage and Ray Sherry took third as Catcher smashing' his 30th of the season i20>. 20 Tiger; have signed a contract to Charley Riley of St. Louis and Vie but said he believes the Bears U\l"P'' '.' \

MathE'W5. Rex Ennsht's Universityof Eddie McGah's throw went into I yesterday in the second inning Skeet Cr..d.n.and Black 49:48s Irrsans U-Mfr ArthuiFicqurtte Rrn-. continue Spring: training in Lake- other Creelman 10. Minneapolis in an- may have been holding back on Cast Iron .tWIr ,I'.

South Carolina Warriors dustedoff i centerfield. and went all the way, of the Indians' game with the Detroit old.. Graham .nd Futiua 46t J V. Nrlon !. land for 10 years. Chamber of passing. He also believes Baylorwas the s.- c

a surprisingly sturdy New berryeleven. home after Dom DiMapgio's high, Tigers but rain which washed Fi_, 44 McMillan (4101 41: Sky and;. Commerce Mgr. E. G Whitney said At San Francisco tonight lightweight saving Sammy Pierce, fullback drr.i5sgn: :
"hback 2225s Dirk Patrick 42' B L Eddie Giosa of
27-6. and Arkansas blasted I 1 throw to third went into the Nat, out the game; in the fourth HamIlton. 34 and W E Fulford 20x25BREMBS ] yesterday! Philadelphia for the Miami game. LAVATORIEScomplete V
Northwest Louisiana State 64 to 0. dugout. inning with the score tied at 2-all Whitney termed the contract will cross gloves with welterweightJesse Harding said the Hurricanes *'|et: .' .

Halfback Charlie Harrmgton wenton Shortstop Johnny Pesky. who 1. erased the homer from the rec- LONG RUN "the best we've ever made with Flores of Stockton. Cal. and would be given their first look at with H>!ln N v;

a 55-yard scoring: canter as had hit safely in 26 consecutive ords. Charlie Brembs. South Carolina i the Tigers:' at Grand Rapids. Mich., Tuesday. the T-formation attack used by chrome legs point.eaid .- i:.-

Washington and Lee battered the !games for a new Red Sox record Les Fleming also had a homer back. set a Gator Bowl record for. The city will guarantee: thei Pete Mead of Grand Rapids will Baylor in scrimmage today and i:!e \

Quantico Marines 13-0. the Rich- was unabl eto get one safety. and a double off Hal Newhouser the longest scoring run after an i Tigers $2.500 for the season. plus take on Al Thornton. Pittsburgh announced that the week wouldbe ea. courseWse:; : ')

mond Spiders stopped Randolph- WASHINGTON..(IAI.) BOSTON IAI. erased by the washout and Vie intercepted pass when he gathered $500 from the net gate receipts. middleweight m 10 rounds. given over mostly to buildingup $4750 : s;.\.
ab V a .I r h S I ;
Tommy Bell the
Macon 28-7 and Davidson beat ....''II.... ., I' 1 S I.omha 1b 1 ]:I Wertz's two-run homer off Don in an aerial tossed by Wake; The city will split net gate re- Youngstown. a defense against the Bears. fc&d tic, n

Eton 190.Three R'th't.m.V. I I I I *!,iPky >< I 8 8 I ;.1 Black in the first inning was lost Forest in the 1946 grid classic and I eelpts 50-50 with visiting clubs and 0. welterweight. contender who boys fri a
c.f iii'fliIg.'f' 0 may pet: another shot at
------ '.......1... t Ii : II W.lliami! t 1 1 I; in the ram. ran 90 yards! for a touchdown. will hold concession rights. championRay LIBBYFREEMAN Americ4ent ,
,5p.hI1 4fta3'Th.b --- -- ---- -- : Robinson opposes Smuggsy .
Die : S. 1 Dr.
Spectators
T'.310 4' S 1 !.M.l..tf 4 S 1 3 I Hursey Washington. D. C,. in a IA1II)) (Q) & .
1'noIIb"II: t. S 2 Itmtr*.IbTtKah S. 011 1 1'EIII year ago
In Race Car Accident 10 in the nation's capital tonight.
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!Srwfefk.* 111. I _.. S a a I I 12 Second Eiahts' Favor Armed -
PERU. Ind. (IAPI Three specta- (aSSaIl I 1! YOU NAME IT REPAIR SERVICECall
tors killed and the IDo.... aea ,,
were driverwas - - - -- ;
injured when a speeding I -----1 --a---- GAINESVILLE Fal Johnson. "Scolty" at 711 W Church St. ,1
race n I TIT TI! T U1 It. I!7 I I1filod I : Florida end candidate. has five
car plunged through a railing durIng -I fur Dokmi I* Sth NEW YORK r TAP) The race- in Chicago last month was in his works where a heart and a BRITT'S 8942 -
"....Inet... ._ "' ; (1 18 (tw_JErnn should be. It's nipknameSnaa: a>'K, Zero. Son Tel. 9869
qualifications! at the Converse i._,_ uaa 000 a.-.. track clockers. who can just about scratched Armed has done a whole liver and a gizzard Ronnie and lake. 356 No. Orange

Speedway" jesterday. : III.s. Mr G.... IHMwim. Ron. bit, tell the size of a horse's hat from lot more than the Texas Terrorto only that he's just so consistent at ti
The car ripped through: the rail IM! (01 Trrnnp Tku> hit: V.mntt $,.,'I.o tell the folks; about. And todav.he'll hitting a zippy 12 seconds for each .,- ..,...,. -t-- -- ------:,
.h. .. ,.... .. ..,. the he
bntiaii. T makes their
> : s Loft l k <: W.ihUnion way stop- that Assaul
the
at end of the another route
straight-of-way. t. ItMtMi T. Kam i.. baJli IIfr i$ ploughed[ throueh the spectatorsan I. off ItnkMl 1. t-trurk <* came to a stop against parkedcarr. %. hT. TMMC1 t. kf 111'01 l 1. Hit: off |kih- has "too many 12 second eights"for his last workouts for the hundred-
.on 7 (In inntr. .. LEGION
rfTw! 1 Wild pirh: him.Assault BOXINGTONIGHT
%rjThormrci' I Lrf".uiK atitrhrr: IMnan I mpirrs assault. So. the gambling guys grand; scramble. As a matter of just isn't built that way.

The dr \cr. Lee R. Clark. :29.! kIlo< l.i:l"I,Klnkj and >l,'
Cincinnati. Ohio was senously in- ...* 1: "'. yesterday and posted the. right on hand today, what with would rather amble along and : ;
r ;
jured. He suffered a fracturedleft GRIDIRON COINCIDENCE i golden gelding as the odds-on favorite the Speed King of the East, Poly- wear the other fellow down to his ;

leg and face cuts. The car A total of 47' points were amassed in the opening "morning nesian. and the Braizilian champ. size with one quick quartermilerun. 8:30:

had made one complete lap and by Oklahoma and North Caro- line" on next Saturday's fancy Ensueno, also entered in this The Assault cheering and FR

was going into the first turn on lina State in the 1947' Gator Bowl]I match race at Belmont. print. chowder society however points MAIN EVENT -8 ROUNDS

the second lap when it crashed. football clash. As a starter they chalked Assault had a tune-up Saturday, proudly to his suburban mile-and- Joey Dunn TS. Jimmy Burke

Armed up at 7 to 10 on the Mate but the tune was strictly no symphony a-quarter in 2:01: 4-5 on Decoration : Jacksonville West Palm Beach t
against the Texas Terror at 11 The Clubfoot Comet wenta Day-the same distance and ::1 ,

Growing In Popularity Every Day. to 10, which would make it mile in a not-so-hot 1 :42 3-5. on the same track as Saturday's 'tr' '

about 17 to 20 against the Ken- and the clocking set was wondering super-duper. I SEMI-FINALS 6 ROUNDS

THE LONGWOOD HOTEL tucky Whiz-bang; in the man- whether he was only kidding However' that's! the only time F Jimmy Laedeke 119 n, Al Alonzo 12Z

to-man, or head-to-head business That made them buzz even he ever did the Derby route in .g4'- Orlando TampaAndr

0 for this handicap horse louder about those 12-second! under 2:02: 3-5. Armed has never I Ps51 Phil OrrWinter
Phone Longwood 13 championship matter. rights" Armed has ready for this in his life even taken that much n Anderson

'.4 Features on This Sunday's Menu The gambling guys report too. hotlerst match in five years The time to make the trip and has f- w Park Jacksonville -=

they are as busy as a twodollarbill thing is so hot right now as a broken 2:02 four times, once :

Long Island DucklingS at a horse-park just now because matter of fact, that there'll be checking in at 2:01 flat. 4 Thi* PRELIMINARIES 01:

Broiled or Fried Spring Chicken on top of regular business 1 a special train from as far awayas Assault has never cracked a ;f11q. _FJ ;4 &I/ Jack Emmanuel 4 ROUNDS '

Lamb Chops e Shrimp like baseball and fights; and waltz Philadelphia bringing the track record anywhere. Armed has > Orlando n. Joe Rogo 1 r

Roast Beef contests, they already are getting customers in. Belmont b9'oof''i"ouldu.t wiped out nine of them in two -.I Tampa A.
Red Snapper more than a little advance action be surprised if a crowd years.: It is pointed out however Jimmy Savage: V5.

Virginia Ham Etc.. Etc. j i on both gt'(>-get's from citizens who within shouting distance!! of 70.- that they don't run races on the ; Orlando Danny JacksonvilleRingside Barzil

All dinners, including our Smorgasborg platUr, from $1.50 I go in for such things as betting on I 000 !shows' up. face of a watch. The horses haveto

Served from 12 to 8 r. SI. !I sports events. I Those "12-second eiehts" dopsn't show' up and go 'round the I 0o General Admission $1.00 Tax Included $%.Ol'

..' Since the original set-together I mean Armed has a time machine i track. I






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(take Apopka black bass have started biting again!1 "C Monday, September 22, 1947 --- -- COrlanftn fflorntug Srnthirl l- Page 9 '.

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rifted ng freely. the ,bass and in striking the big at lake the angler's started moving lure. This around was, *1 Foster Sweeps Rollins Eleven Points For Redskins Stop

aorupt change from the way the bass have been acting

A;popka-way for many many weeks.

j-here is reason to believe that bass fishing in Apopka and also Tilt With ErskineBy

tf-er, lakes around here, will continue good for a while. This re- President's Cup Saturday Packers 3121In

1* to be seen but all the evidence points in that direction. ,

One 01 the first anglers to benefit from the Apopka bass run was 281 for VictoryATLANTA DON VINCENT

r Orient who is Msiting Mr. and Mrs. Otto ec.'r- --1
Sunderhauf, at 11 N.
4[Orlando. Orient went out to3n's TAP I Tony Penna. a. For Third VictoryWASHINGTON BREVARD, N. C.-Coach Jack McDowall last night or- Exhibition Tilt

Fishing Camp on then sentimental favorite of the gallery dered lighter work for the Rollins Tars in preparation for the

|,. shore of Lake Apopka onay SOLUNAR TABLES pulled his game together on I UPI Danny opening skirmish with Erskine's Flying Fleet at Anderson, BALTIMORE TAP! The Washington -

e'rninR. fished a short the final holes yesterday to cap- Footer of Detroit plowing his big: S. C.. Saturday night. Redskins came to life with

hauled tn a 912 pound- According to the Solunar ture the $10.000 North Fulton Open Mi. Pt-p V .speedboat through a The Tars skipper said that the eekould 1 be devoted to three touchdowns In the final
': Mimp< bass of "eating" golf tournament with a 281 one choppy made clean
tables calculated coulee a sweepto :! quarter yqesterday. but couldn'tovercome
for this
Rand : area !smoothing out the Blue and White' -- -
; took all his fish stroke in front of Jimmy Demaret. win the Piesident's Cup race
on i lead .'
of the State, the best times offense with scrimmage kept to a1 a 31-point piled >
; for hunting nd fishing will Penna jovial Cincinnati little Italian teed veteran off- nsterday for the second straight minimum. I! DeLand 73-6 by: Green Bay in the first t .

fJJr bi!! bass which Orient be as follow with Major from five-stroke ear. The squad x Saturday held what and the Packers came off with t
with margin -
Jgfct was pxtiemelv plump hefty periods indicating the best yesterday Demaret.a After 15 holes The Notre Dame with Dan will probably be its last rough j I 31-21 victory* in a National Football -
over Arena of Canton. Ohio the
at
M well shaprd. The bass gave time and Minor periods the all and it session. for some time, and it : Winner OverSt. League exhibition came.
they were square appeared (mntroK wa second by a
marginof :
asia| next best hours The first two periods were *BGreen
real fight and it was not : that Penna had putted yards. was a couple of veteran hacks

th'any deuiee of ease that the A. M. P. M. away his chances of winning for .* Band Leader Guy Lombardo's who showed their mates how thl'I I, BAy as Indian lark Jacobs -

ijfellow U'is "eased"' up onto Day Min. MaJ.! Min. Maj. at that point Demaret was two tJ:. Mi'-s Great Lakes second in Sat- fame should he pla 'ed. i{\ Leo Lions and End: Cbde Goodaifht

| dxk anpr the melee! Mon. 11-45: 5:55 6:20 under par and Penna was three urdaj opening heat developedt'ngine In a full length game between i!, collaborated for three scares vte
Tues. 12-10 6:45 12-50 7:10; I trouble the Whites and the Blues. little I From Our Late Sunday Edition! the aerial route. but the teanw

A* Sinrtprhaufs. applauded all Major Solunar period. lasting II i over.But Penna. after having threeputted diopped out of the yesterday race.A and Sammy Hardman and Cal Peacock :,i DELAND,--Paced by the s.ufty: did a complete form flip-flop to
jsjo'xl: f runs activity on Orit.2 hour in duration. are rnhown in the second half when the veteran -
first and 13th holes heroes of past Tar victories
the
lack typo. Minor for J' ciowd e-timated at nearly broken feld running of fleet
ft pa1 1 --as did Mrs. Orient.jen'a11V. periods, shorter hour*, liP.e.u and missed a two-footer at 15, almost 100.000 lined the Potomac's banksto were chiefly responsible for theWhites' passing master Sammy
the Orients come here bu-died: the 16th and did watch the event 14-0 \'lctory.Sammy Halfback Charlie Beatty. the De- Hauxh -came off the Bofefcte

us C c'. r.and: where they reside birdie the 17th. He and Demaret Pres. Truman. scheduled' as a paved the way for both ; Land Bulldogs opened their 1947 bench despite rib injuries

HJ657 W. 25th St.. but Onent stated quite emphatically. Friday. parred the others from the 15th witness aboard the Presidential touchdowns. For the first the restilt season with a hard-earned 13-6 The crowd of 18186 paid. phi' r
Ut he. ''intends to Penna finishing with 73, two of 80-.ard march. Sammy :2 000 soldiers and veterans h. -
secure a home in Orlando and spend as much In- \acht.illiamsburg.. decided instead an victory over the St. Leo Lions here
and Demaret with 69. passed to Henry Moody for 30 :u>t about given; up the RecK :
over
ice aa possible here! He Is really sold on the Central Florida par. to remain at the White before
1.000 last .
: Demaret missed two-footeis at 16 House and dean up the pile of yards and ripped off 20 yards more spectators night. but Baugh sparked his duo i

and 18. either one of which would work that accumulated during with the ball under his own arm. Beatty took the ball on the brilliant comeback. Althomu i .

aWn finer have forced a playoff. his. trip to Brazil. Peacock smashed; 12 yards over fourth play of the game and able to score in the third. U <
| r\tn Florida Sportsmen's Imposition: is for :March 15-
set : ington threatened repeated! : -
It the first major \ittory Foster: I.< the first. winner of all center for the score. scampered 60 yards off tackle fort
was .
at Enstis. Lake County according to Karl Lehmann. of for finally began to move in the : ;.
for the 39earol I'rnna since PENNA three national powerboat races in He passed to Moody again he initial score of the game after
!iues. Sportsmen here will remember the 1947 fair as being a he won the Richmond. ('al. TONY one year--the Gold Cup. the National 35. and then scampered another the Bulldogs had gained posses period while the Packers oou- _c:

\ Open List January.. U was the .; ., noses out DcMaret Sweepstakes and the Presi 20 on his own to set up the second. sion of the ball on a pass interception nowhere.

"This U not and will not be a commercial promotion but is a second straight meet in which dent's Cup. id: Sirmons. 1'.tsaree".' freshman two plays earlier. '! .

nafide fair and exposition. operated on the grounds of the Lake Demaret finished as runnerup.Iloweter. The rough course cut his speedIn back hutked. 10 yards, for Jimmy O'Neal. Lion halfback CLEVELAND rAP I Clevel

C unt> fair owned and operated by the Lake County Commissioners" the $1.409 he pulled r the two heats yesterday to far the tallv. Bus! Griffith split the put the visitors back in the ball powerful and precision pa. .

through the Lake County Chamber of Commerce" is Karl's com- I down for second place made him StandingsNATIONAL below Saturday 's 702 lIe slowed uprights for both cOII\rr!>ious. game a few minutes later when Browns rolled up three fast test -

sent. More details will be available soon. the >ear's top money winner I down to 61.71 in the second heat Starting for the Whites were he crashed orestackle and swivel- downs in the first period yestr -
i I and 60.42 in the final ends hipped his wav 54 for the day. and easily defeated the Bali -
!, with $23.636.Gene I Lr.\rtE Ottii Mooney:; and Moody. ; \ards;
touchdown that knotted the count more Colts 28 to 0 before 44.24
I j Outlook for this weekend's fishing is that the best of it will be Dahlbender. Atlanta amateur Team IV L Pet. GB Gtp'Brooklyn Dave Clark and Gus Sakkis. taC- both fans for their third straight vic
6-6. clubs
make
failing
GRID RESULTS kles: Paul Odom and GeorgeMooney to
.tiesh water. Although we have sent out many queries. by phone and Johnny Palmer ot Badin. :;: 91 57 .615 6 Burke Chisholm. th'ir conversIOns. tory in defense of their All-Amer
jtlef-raph and mail to salt \\'ater-no good and interesting fishing N. C.. tied for third with 284 even I St. Louis 82: 63 .566 'P2 9 ? ; .\ guards: : ica, Football Conference champion
I Bob Smathers. new
ha\ par for the 6,707-yard tree-lined Boston 83 67 .533 9 5 center; a nut Beatty. not to be outdone,
ports e come In yet. (LATE SATURDAY SCORES: ) and ship.
: Hardman
North Fulton layout. Dahlbender New YorkCincinnati 78 69 .531 12'2' 8 Alabama' 34. Miss Southern. comer. Peacock. added more color to the already 4 *
I i had 68 yesterday and Palmer 71. 72 79 .477 :!Ol.! 3 Toledo 40. Great Lake OVounvttown Griffith. backs. action-packed' opening period to I l'ITTSUrItGII
TAP] The
A special request that this column publish the financial report i' Clayton Haefner. blonde giant Chir'auo 66 81 .449 24',> 7 Oklahoma City 12.Un Canmus.,. 27 Fresno 4. Stat. 2. Blue team: Herman: Brumley lug the ball over 1m own guard : Pittsburgh Steelers nullified a

) _Olan"l' County Sportsmen's Assn. was made by Lloyd Gahr proml-! from Charlotte. N. C., hit a hot PittsburghPhiladelphia 61 88 .409 30'j 6 Oklahoma. Aqy... 12 Kansas State 0.Nebraska and Jim Kelly ends: Gerald Murphy and broke away from the Lion brilliant one-man show by their

Bent sportsman. The association is justly proud of its financial condition -' streak on the last 11 holes to 60 89 .403 31l.l' 6 North Texas Wesieyan State 4 21.Brooke Omaha Army 7. Medical and Bill Schafer. tackles: secondary for 40 yards and the former teammate. Bullet 89

This is the rt'port- j birdie eight of them for a 66 anda 'Games to play.Results 0California. Henry Baxter and Buzzy Roden- final TO of the evening. Guudy's Dudley by capitalizing on Detroit -

ORANGE COUNTY SPORTSMEN'S 72-hole total of 285 and fifth Yesterday i i Oregon 27.33 Montana Santa Clara State 7.14. baugh. guards: George Dick Franklin Dar- placement' was good and Lion fumbles torin a

ASSOCIATIONTREASURER'S place. Haefner. who narrowly Chicago at St. Louis I ppd.. rain Davidson 19. Eton 0. center; L. D. Bochette. completed the scoring for the I 17-10 victory in a thrilling National -
REPORT-CECIL BECK. Rochd 2f Randol..h.Macon( '7. Dub Palmer Stokes Smith.
Treasurer ty.
I missed another birdie at the 17th
3-7. Pittsburgh 1-11 evening.
Cincinnati
: league football
I Huh Pont 7, We.l.rn Carolina Tchra t. : opener
August 1. 1946 to August 1. 1947 when his ball hung over the lip second game, called 8th dark- Appalachian 23. Guilford 12. backs. Both clubs lightened their defenses before 36,371 here esterdajr.,
TJrceiptsMenber of the cuP. had four in a row Erskino 27. Atlant'c Christian O.
ness 1-) *
Catawba. 14. Wofford OHamlina from there on out and'
him. 1946-1947 starting with the 8th hole aftera Philadelphia] 3-4. New York6.. ...d..... Central 25. Canterbury. O. Major Football thoueh a 15-yard penalty! broke up, SAN FRANCISCO I API] Sparkedby

Sat $25 (00) .....--......, .... S 75.00 bad start during which he was Boston 4. Brooklyn 0. Lawrence> 20.19.Bemidd Carroll Tchrs 0. (. a last quarter DeLand threat to the brilliant all-around play of

Xat 1500 ....-..___.............__.....-..__._.._._....... 15.00 three over par for six holes. Today's Games \ WOCh't: 31. Warren."u", (Mo) Tchrs 0.lenosr.Rhyne Games of the Week score again the rest of the game Orban "Speck" Sanders, the New
t Law Worsham of Oakmont Pa. 1 ;i
7 at 10.00 .. .. .. ....--- -- -- ...... 7000 Probabl > pitchers: [Won and 0.Houston. 31. 82nd Airborne SpecialTroops ', was played on even terms. York Yankees passed and poundedto

gat' 500 _.._.. .. :=.._.. 240.00 the U. S. Open champion and lost records in parentheses" I. 19. Centenary 7.Aua.bn New York Urmr-ntv Friday,'a Temple at PIIU.rt Score by quarters: a 21-16 victory yesterday over
-::::--= : : :::: = ::=:: ::=::=::::: :: : prc-rr.eet favorite here fired a 0. Southeastern Okla..) Tchrs I '
I
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415 '' 00 __.__ .. -- .- :=::=:= -- .-:: 1.305.00 final 76 for a 292 total and a tie Chicago at St. Louis: [2. day- (t..). nhia ''nlah"l'oIlsa.sslppl Southern) Auburn at Bir"loVa St Leo 6000- 6 the San Francisco 49ers in an
for 18th I night I : Hamner I 11-01] and Erick- Abilene. Christian 19* Southwest TenaiT. I .nl.hot( vs DeLand 13 0 0 0-13 All-America Conference profes-
place. TommJ Wright of "

Total ..-...._......_.._.........................._..... 1705.00 Knoxville who was in second i' 600 fend 17-111 I I'S.. Vrecheen [15-111 Sail. Angelo (Tex.) 1' Sui Ross T. Kansas\s vi UCLA Denier at Los at Denver Antrlei' nah'n.ahU.>. Scoring( touchdowns: St. Leo. sional football game watched by
Dicfcson [I12-15J. crowd estimated at 57000.
place two strokes back of Penna'at Texas A60' 19. HOward Payne 14. Olllhom vj Detroit al Detroit (ntuhOhaiuas O'NealDeLand.: Beatty 2. Point a
[Only scheduledi.AMERIC.NLE.1GIi'. i Hardin-Simmons 39. Trinity IT....) 0. El: Paso : -
games State *s Texas Mines a after touchdown: Gundy [place- -----
(1047-1946 Membership .m ........................._......._._....... 558.00 the start yesterday blew ip I Tulsa 26. West Te.ar 13CarsonNewman ( ment !1.
I II. "renn. Poly 7. "ciemson OrlandoAll-Stars
Chamber of Commerce Contributions ............................._........_ 250.00 and finished with an even 80 anda : Maryvllle (Tenn > :33 H..a..... O. ) vs Boston College at Boston ------- Top
(n,5hl
Other Contributions ....................._..............__..._ 25.00 tie for-15th.Sanford-. Team Vf L IVt. GB GtpNew 7 Potomac t*. State 7, West Liberty. (W.Va.)*I Baylor va U.ami Saturday at U.atni.:. Fla night Girl SoftballersIn Tampa To Even SeriesThe

Boat and Clubhouse Rentals ..........._..___._..m 1.009.97 York 94 55 .631 ,- 5 Nevada SO. Arizona State Flagstaff) 0* CAST Orlando Negro All-Stars
Scottsbiuff J C. 19. Black! H.HS IS. o.* Arm, at Wet Point
Villanova vs
High i Detroit 79 68 ..537lT10 Tchr 7.HoStins. Mohawk v* Button Dmverattr at BosionConnertlrut Action evened their Florida State Negro
Total .. .... .._.__.._.____.__.........3547.97 Boston 80 63 ..5371145. 21. Nebraska Central OArizona vs arose at Protd.nre.Rutsers TodayThe League Shaughnessy playoff series
Cleveland 77 69 .527 TS'i 7 Stat. (Tempo. 33 CalifornuPoly t*. Columbia ..ti"\ .. York. I
5.Oan..l. Dartmouth vs Holy Cross at Worchester Independents will try to with the Tampa Rockets at one
ORANGE COUNTY SPORTSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Builds From Philadelphia 73 73 .507 18'.. 8 Baker 2C. Panhandle) A & M 0.Br.gham West Maryland v*. Harvard at Cambridge crash the win column for the first game each in chalking up a 4-3
Washinston 63 86 .419 SI'7. Young 45. Western (Colo.) ) StaUFt I ( .
DISBURSEMENTS. AUGUST D. New Haven. time when they battle American decision at the Carter St. Park
1. 1946 TO JULY 31. 1947 Kings Point T* Yale at
St. Louis 56 90 .384 26 9 Hayes State 28. Kansas Wesieyan 13 I- initial
MIDWEST Fire in the contest of the day.
110m! Sportsman f magazine for membersl .....-. .. $ 365.95 Ground Up 'Games to Play.Results j i Miltoian 19. Emory and Henry 7. Pittabursh v*. IJUnol at ChampinVanderbilt ( yestel
clubs in the declare
1 Class B YouneVornen's Commu- The meet
clubhouse; operating expense ........................ 289.59Offu'e Yesterday '1 Mankat. (Minn I Tchrs 7. Augtburo S.I va Northwestern' at Evan- ,:,
Stout Institute 7. Winona (Minn) Tchn* lion nity Club Softball League doubleheader game at Tampa next Sunday. .
expanse and postage .. ......._......... 434.82 I V 1': i ". 'T:: <:cr.r.Et! Niw York 6. Philadelphia 0. ,, 7 (t..). Purdue v*. Wlsconiln al Madison. at Exposition's No. 2 diamond Score by innings:
Mornmqs.de
23. Dakota Wesieyan( T. .
Salaries r Clubhouse custodian and clerical help _.......... 1404.80 SANFORD-With a tough opponent -. Washington 3. Boston 0. Sioux Fall Collage. 2O Bead)I. (S. D.) Indiana Missouri vs vs Nebraska'Ohio State at Lincoln Columbus.I today. This game starts at Tampa 000 000 120-3 7 2

iumalnnvnt .. .. -.. ........-_....................-____......_ 69.57 in the form of the Gaines1- St. Louis at Chicago tooth O.Tchr 0. I Colorado vs Iowa State at Ames 7 pjn. Orlando 000 022 OOx-4 8 :2
,
jtverticin2: .......___........._._.._____....-_ 57.60 yule Purple Hurricanes facing gam"s ppd.. rain] Washburn 12. Peru (Neb) YeS,. C. Us Washington v* Minnesota at Mlnnespo- In the second game. Kress stacksup Allan. Witherspoon: [171] and
Chamber of Commerce dues ... .__._ .__ 12.00 them as their first opponent the Cleveland at Detroit i I ppd.. M..tana U.y. 21 astern Wah.agto'. Miclsissn State vs Michitsn at Ana against Ocoee at 8 p.m. No Sales: Dixon, Cleveland [L8] and
Pacific Lutheran 14. St. Olaf
0.
huran'e! .. ..... .. -. ..-....._._.__.._........_.__....... 88.30 Sanford High Feds face a hard rain )J. Lock Haven Tchr 19 Lincoln" (ra.Univ. .) Arbor South Dakota vs. Marquette at Milwaukee. admission will be charged. 1 Pelham.
week ahead of them they prepare .
0.Whitworth
Vtures ........ on .............,.. ........._._ 52.05 for their season's as hNeFriday Today's Games 34 Sand..oint Naval Air >. SOUTH ----- -------- -- --- --
opener Probable and
Traveling! expense and other gas expense _.......__ 26.83 pitchers: I Won South Dakota Univ. 25. Yankton 7.Duauesno Alabama vs Tulane at New Orleans
night. lost records parenthe< 1. 7. Geneva O. .... Jacksonville(
Thnstmas seals .... ........ ... .................. :).00 Head Mentor Carl "Goose" Washington in at New York!es : Mas- Kansas O. Texas Christian 0 (tie). (Cn."hU.Miss.ssippt Florida at -

Annual Rally expense h. h. .. ........._..-....._..._..__h. 384.47 Kettles has on hand only one <}f terson 12-141' ) vs. Shea 11351.St. St.East BedIets Texas 2O.1 Ka.Hardn) 12. College Bethel 7.o. Ireortia: vs Kerth Carolina at Ch.DelHUI

last year's starting eleven in the Louis at Chicago: 121) Gilles- Cast. Texas Baptist 5. Dallas Naval All,r Tennessee vs Oeoraia Tech at AtlantaCincinnati .

Total Disbursements .. ....._..._........_....__ 3190.98 person of spinner-back Holly pie 5-71 and Haynes ((12-61] vs. C (Eau tie) Claire Tchrs 13. Stee.a poifllWU. t nliihti.. vs. Kentucky at Lexington
Piercy the running mate to Willis Zolr'ak' 18-91 and Sanford 6-151. \ ., 6.Belo.t. Rice at L. isana State at Baton Rouse

SUMMARY Andersen Fed great of last :re rand Cleveland at Detroit 121-Em.bree 2.Point Milton Marmes-Pensacola 0.Cherry ( Navy.. tni UisslssiDpi,ht> Slate ,s. Cbattanoota at

Balance on hand August 1. 1946 ...._._..... $ 78557 now at Auburn. ,3-9! and Gettel 11-101 vs. cancelled.Monmouth 12. Culy.r.Stocktoli Chattanooga fntsht
0.
William Mary vs Davidson at Norfolk
The balance of the materialon Overin.ie [11-51 and Trucks 110-
fetal receipts August I. 1946 to July 31, 1947 ......._.--....... 3547.97 HIGH SCHOOL '- IRAL.i'0ci
hand is composed of five WJ- DeLand 13. St. Lee C. George Washington vs Virginia at Charlottesville : .
Andrew Jackson Jax) 19, Rule (Knox. .
other lettermen who form the [Only games scheduled. I .
4333.24 vine) 0.Miami Georgetown vs Wake Forest at Wake ypkTRADE-lN
foundation, alone with I'iercy i Idison 12. Gaioesv.il. 7. Forest.I .
4ptal disbursements ..........................._..__.................. 3190.98 for this years' light and inexiPerirnced FLORIDA I..TEIt..ATIO"AL. LEAGUE Lee (Jax) 7. Jefferson Tampa. O.I I FAKWCST _
I
IPI.YGfh.Results I I :? EASY TERMS
NaVT vs California at Berkeley
club. All other squad ,
Yesterday SUNDAY GAMES Washinston State vs. Southern Cal at
JlalanceonhandJuly3l.1947 __. ____... .__. __ ..______ 1142.26 members with the exception of Tampa 10. Miami( Beach 4 (Tampa wins I St. Ambrose 19. St. Mary's (Minn.) 12 ILos Angeles t (It.. 8501 ___
1-0) St. Bonaventuro 21. St. Vincent (Pa.) 0 I. Texas vs Oregon at Eugene '. :
the veteran starter in the 7005
one [iarai 2. Havana 1 (creams tied. 2-2). St. Mar,'. 26. U. 0' Portland 23.Mar. Southern Methodist' 5$. Santa Clara at .
backfield, are sophomores and Island Navy Yard 6. San Francisco .
freshmen.In SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE I Alameda, Naval Air Cadet SS. Mar o Omen State vs U'ah
Coach) Lured (Playoffs]' bland Navy Yard 6.I Idaho va Stanford at Palo Alto.
Charges Players Away/ the person of Edison Mey- Results Yesterday I --- -- SOUTHWEST :
ers. freshman HO"po'ind tackle.Kettles Bavannah 3. Augusta 0 (Savannah About 5 million trees are used I l tie North Rock Texas State vs Ananias at Llt-

has what he believes the iMds. 2-11. each the U. S. for win Oklahoma Texas Christian
year in f A &;; M vs ,
Va. TAP! Basket- ball "a human slave market""herr
.LEXINGTON as
Fort Worth ,
making of one of the top tackle i service poles, enough to build at
"younic men come to the INTERNATIONAL: \ LEAGUE Texas A M u. Texas Tech at San \
of Washuig-
bU Coat !h Carl Wise
auction block for sale to the prospect in recent years. "Meyers IPR..1ts ) line 100,000 miles long. Antonio might
tfji and Lee University last night really pets in there and scraps Yesterday
highest; bidder. lIUalo 9. Syracuse 5 {SHacuse le.da.3ou. .
for us and doesn't know when to
confirmed that two of tht'nerals' .
reports Douglass said in the publisht'dstatt'mf'nt. a
rage players Reggie last Oct. 2. that "a human quit up the," is situation.the way Kettles sums Snowden/ Easy Victor in Feature THE _
Hillock slave market extends from SOWTMCftM ASSOCIATIONR..1ta
Donald
crockett and I IGOOefiE4R
Tim Tyler former Rollins College I Pta Hs
here this year the Atlantic to the Pacific and 5'
would not return VesterdayuMobile
star. Is assisting Kettles with NEW
tBd charged mat the pair had from Canada especially to Ala- the backfield. )0'11. U. Nashville 6 {MObile ludl. Race at Azalea Driving Park :

been lured a,'.y' by American bama." He declared American ]I I :

Upiveiuv of Washington. D. C. j University would go in for basket- I, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I In the feature 24-mile stock car race at the one-mile

'Wise coached the Generals totlje ball as! its major sport. ': Baseball's Big SixTh.
State Collegiate championship ; Wise told a reporter last night ( .. leader in each league) RMulti Yesterday
Ln'H" lap 6. Milwaukee 4 (Milwaukeeittds.
: Augustine ran from a field of 14 starters as his soupedup -
Player and Club G AB R H PC. away
here last that he knew that "both of these .
first 2-1
< ?rini{ his: ear ;
Walker Phlllie 140 Mt 79 its 362 i
Ford \8 scooted to the wire in the fast time of 22 minutes.A TIRE.
eason wasn't shedding any tears placers [Crockett and Hillock 1 are Williams. Red Sox 151 !511 121 175 342
cter the departure of Crockett and petting;: aid from American Uni. MrCoskv. Athletics 131 520 74 172 .331 TEXAS LEAGUE crowd approximating 1.500 witnessed Snowden's expert -
Peskr. Red Sox 150 621 101 2O2 .325 i (Pla.of.s'Results NON-SKID Uhf 7f47
34.' Nor.
Hillock who scored more than 500 versity. Ktner. Pirates 141 549 117 173 315 Yesterday wheeling skill which enabled.;'.. 0 i

Points between' them in 1947. but :, "But how much" Wise said "I Galan. Reds Duns Batted 124 392 In 60 123 314 *-!}>{.iston: 3. Dal>as 0 (Houston leads. him to romb home dose to 150 rj (Cauelberrr) 2. Mar Mi'Call: (St An- Mileage Jc MI.t1S

said he was "disappointed, of don't know.Vise ." National League American League : yards ahead of the place entry 'II5UD'"( ]. John I'orten"err Cocoa', Stronger Cord Body 1I 4

course. to lose them." < \ said he had arned froma Mize. Giants 137'Williams Rrd Sox 107 L. B. Michaels Orlando. Clinching lime 830Stock r.r heat l0.iapsU.' I Moon. 2 0 Wider. Flatter Tread ItS4. .
When Brooklvn and Boston
Kmer. Pirates 124Henruh Yankees 55
:Wise said American University! reliable source that AmericanUniverity Cooper. Giants 1181 Dorr; r. Red Sox 95 the three other money slots in this Paul Sanborn (Orlando'. 3 Al BianailJarksonvtlle o Improved Should .-
.tad been In touch with thesebQy. had also attempted to Home Runs pIa: ed a 26-mnins: 1-1 tie game on encounter were Louie Taylor Or- I ( ) TIme. II 25.Fast ,
May 1. 1920.: Cadore of Brooklynand I ureatee Icr heat 10-lsosi 1 Forten- :_
Design
National
League American League
Jet Bob Negley North Carolina ,
for lonz time. : lando: "Fireball" Roberts. Daytona '
a berry 2 Casoriberry 3 Ted Tedder. Mire. Giants 50 Williams Red Sox 30 .
I _
of Boston pitchedthe
presi- State's 6-foot four-inch All- I Oescnger I Pirrrrl 4 MrCal! Time 9 10I
American l'nhl'nity' Klner Pirates 50 borrion Ir.d:s:is 29 Beach and Tommy Moon. 'er: -
1 entire route without relief. I Feature stock I ar '25-laps I SnowdenI NOW $1440 6.00.1. .
..nt. I)r. Taut F. DoujU. a southern Conference guard from -Marshall--Giants- 36 Health Bruiis: 27 Mauetta. Fla. in that order.A I I 2 Mlcbaeis. 3. Tarior 4 Roberts 5, Moon ... ,

|*ir ato branded college foot-, Oaklandon. Ind. !single mishap marred the j I Tunr_ _22 OO p-
OUR BOARDING HOUSE five-race program. In the second $ (Price* cut 10% %.. eo oil i,

e\ent. a 10-lap skertrr heat I CALL TODAY .*> popular ai,... Other aisesfi I _
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race a job piloted by Bill olio at low low prioM)
INSTEAD OP BDRrtitiG THE TAUOVJ ) Al4tJtACK% -
: WANTEDRefrigeration Backus. Cocoa shot over a 10-
ONER Art 1h'IEttOI% S&1> CAMT ( KACK-DASH foot embankment landed right THOMAS LUMBER CO. HEW TIRES DESIRVI NIW T U BIJ
ViHNf .' '1'00Hr TOR.Y
EVElsi tTiF''QRSELF, V =
side for 100
plummeted
on
up.
Service Man I POt'TLOU SCRATCH THS r EA w *?i) BF'sS PAGES( < yards through swamp and scrub ForConcrete ,: =, '' :;: i : ;',:. I_'
'M ISAlCOPROOOCSSOl E ,, -- VAQITTE1.i ir'iI until a large pine tree brought Blocks
. I SalaryCommissionBonust I CO1TPTO% IF'SPZr 3OUtD BLOOD BECAUSE the unscheduled journey to an Framing. SheetIng and Siding .

Be Experienced HOLD BAD rtEYJS 8U i& MEDDLER abrupt halt.Backus Bruce Oak Flooring .1-U s RVICE-"SPECIAl"

NLPOSTIO LPAO TRIFLEDWlTH escaped uninjured however Mill Work !

t REFERENCE REQUIRED rtEXT TIME HE>fJCeSTUES<\ THE IRE OF A and made another appearance -

HOOPLEAROUSED in the 25-yard stock, car out- THOMASLUMBER
BRITT'S / ine.!' but failed to land a payoff | COMPLETE LUBRICATION
: berth. CO.

FRANCHISED GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALERS Stn-k Results tar o! 'Is hi1ft eracec..lap money* 1 pisces! Snovden only' | 5 QT. OIL CHANGE AND

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CHRYSLER res- Venetian Blind. Awning and Shutter
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PROBLEM
WRESTLING A

Li If your probleM Is whether or sotto I [ : d ( rn/\/ : YIIW ". '
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have your WOrlll out brake re- : :PAY
paired or Just let to lei vs give 'r1311' PLAN
you an estimate. We do the very : ;: ''"- ':-_: -
_ tops u brake repairing at Ue TTADB MACK KEO. 'I
most reasonable prices son

f.. ________________________ oa't be sorry. I FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC. Ii GOODYEARSERVICE

CLARK MOTORS Inc. (Formerly Home Insulation Co.] : I STORE I
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2-0716 \ \ '1-12. -. 'J AT '(RE V1REIAC5AI COCOA LFESBl'RG: WINTER PARK ORLANDO 300 N. Oranga Phone 4113 _
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Tots Outfitters Willard & Keiser Cold Smoke Aid Mrs. Brown Returns To Duty Plating Company H. H.COMPLETEGATERIKG BURTON -and DRY LAUNDRY CLEANING-

Custom Mode and Ready to Wear

Dressmaking Alterations Refrigeration end Radio With Travel Agency After Tour SERVICE IvaBboc I a..and,. I .h ( trimer_
It It !M I)range; 1"1" I < i..n.ai' tO I
Ferris Fashionelie Service For Lawns Now Ave. Phone ii 91 ....."" a.u
709 N. MUls. St-Colonialtowo \ Cccile M. Here Expands 113 E. Central
Brown is back her ,
offup 118 E.
2202": ide: "ater Dr. TeL 7738 TeL 5136 in : at Central I Phones 2-1189--2-158! W A. IC.jv: :.V'i: : : Are., after an extensive vacation trip through the North- .

At tlus time of year many; west. With her husband, Broadc u-; C. Brown she toured The Oilando Plating Co. at 1011 -- .. ... <

lawn are being eaten by worms. far western States. visiting nat'oruil! parks and beuty Virginia Dr. is announcing the HAMPTON HALL

Blunk Furniture Co. LAUNDRYFor Locally these pests are called I I spots then up into Canada, to Lake Jasper. Banff and Can-, addition of gold and brass plating PAINE'SA t Handmade 'l'ndrrthin Linen.

53 \V. Fine St. Tel. 2-2332 Quick Service CallELAND'S Army worms and they originateor adian forests. down thrnueh': Ari-.> -- :[ facilities, thereby greatly enlarging Cards Stationery Gift lUbv \\ear. Domestic and Im

Quality Furniture hatch from eggs laid in large Paso.zona the Grand Canyon and El its scope of plating mediums. T Your HALLMARK Dealer ports. Gifts of ;\Iothlll.lln Iron
LAUNDRY
clusters by small gray moths. Delicake Shop COLON'IALTOWN:" :' 4 Caribbean Islands.
Naturally enthusiastic about Watch cases, neck pieces, rings. IN .
Reasonably Priced Ph. 7862 I When they hatch they begin to]I. this and 1 119 N- Still Easy parking IS. E Moir BUdWinter, PjtkAUTO
wonder-way to California picture mirror frames are justa .
rat and keep crawling they To rw. Bk. -
cat. which is during the as night. and other points west she' is Adds New Line few of the articles for gold plat- ---L._ I
glad to tell first band anv
They hide away in the daytime. '. irm! brought into the shop la"tC'lk. lilt I IRIL
Lc FeverUpholstering would-be travellers the delights: GENERAL BLACKSMITHING st K\ If IA
They should be dealt with as soon I'' and details of this and similartrips. of \\ Chrome copper. silver and _ st I-PI' V4RMn
Shop Orlando Plating Co. a.s noticed, and many growers Bake Goods n.l list! nave been popular platinu and TRAILER HITCHES itSK' HOI M I
have found that one of the easi-
Chrome A: Nickel Plating: The Orlando Travel Service mediums since the opening of the Track and Trailer Bodies MOTORS KFPUKI II
Expert Work Reasonably Priced Polishing. A Lacquering r through Mrs. Brown. thissection JERRY
We Pick and Deliver rid of them is by applying ColdSmokt' gives the Drhcake Pastry Shop in Colic shop. Now with the addition of
Up 7858Jennie
10IluJ:1 Drive Tel. Division .
: la Root Knot Control to the. of the State complete facilities ;.:e Park begins to add delectable the t\\0 new ones. Rolla Ta .lor. Cor. 1% Central and JII' 1I..In.. "r %6.e" Park
2303 E. Washington;: SL-Tel. 2-4312 Rolla E. Taylor for handling all types of new of Res. Ph. 2IMIYELTOM hi I : .1'
a tea they have gone over and lines of baked goods owner the shop. announces thai L W. We-l. Ouner
about a foot ahead of them. This transportation. independent and cream puffs chocolate eclairs he is able to handle any type of
planned tours to countries. ----- ----
many ---
kills the worms and acts as an many of the special desserts pre plating job desired regardless of
San Juan Beauty Salon application of fertilizer in helpingthe Vacation and tourist pleasuretravel ferred bv Northern visitors. Dan- size or medium. MUSIC WAVES
is again possible to manyof :
"Auta light reflectors besilver HOUSE
Lee Marshall mass make a quick come- ish pastries jelly filled doughnutsor can
Waves Now $10 the former favorite and
$12.50 spots "
back. Bismarks. pineapple upside- plated while yu wait, New Kin- :Martin and $4.50 t. $20
Through s;>piomberMezzanine BEAUTY SHOP Cold Smoke is also one of the steamship. land and air travel can down cakes. Each week! this shop said Taylor "and we guaranteea Prdlcr InstrumentsMiiical F'.' .' ci
>an Juan Hotel Permanentsfor be arranged with careful planningand bakrs real factory job at an extremely ", l.PerlHe .
Special prices on best agents:: knoun for combat- a beautiful birthday cake 1"
details taken of. Itineraries Repairing
Tel. 4111 a limited time. ting chinch bugs which are active scheduled care for the College! Park Jamboree.E. moderate price." : Supplies .. let. I
in and
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are duplicate .
Mattie I)>keManager: N. Guy Sandefur, an expert gold 218 X. Rosalind Tel. ..583DE"fI.r
in some St. Augustine Trimble who his
39 S. MAIN ST.Tel ii4g: crass all travel inquiries ariQ questions opened and silver plater from Chicago 84 W Pine st PI.-... ,.It I I
lawns now. When properly used gladly answered. modern bakery about 18 months
it kills the bugs and makes fertilizing ago. has been remarkably successful recently joined the Orlando Plating -
This travel service is free. No Co. staff and has done some Cleaner iConditioner:
and continues to He
DONNA CAKE SHOP REDUCE "Whether unnecessary.you are a home owner charges ar" made for services and now offers door-to-door expand.service to outstanding jobs with antiques. ..A'D..... DR. I.. H. R.MSIRILOPTOMETRIST' itI

1118! E. COI.OXIU.ColonlanuWB a small gardener or a large the traveller pays the same. Wmtipimere Orlo Vista and surrounding Out-of-ton dealers frequentlysend Trans D-,,,: in Water
-TeL Mill (without starving] whether he books through them or pieces to this shop for
crower. said R. II. Ellis. who areas and delivers special re- N'j Dirty Bas: to EmptyC.
Old Fashioned SALT RISING low" calorie food-pleasaot to take heads the Cold Smoke Company direct with companies. They are orders. A new distributingpoint platirv-: and quantities of hotel AfcCUUOl/GH R. W. RMSDFLL I
; Bread--Oar Specialty authorized agents for all transportation hal dware C.
I"n tomato JUlc"J-suppl1es sitamins.tt.te' and dining room
"it will be to advantage to for his bakery products has supplies -
your
Large Selection Borne Bated appt'tlte. Lo..e two pounds tour. hotel and sightsee- Authorized Dealer OPTICIAN
: PIES CAKES COOKIES A ....... I..nlb's supply only $!.>O. cet acquainted with Cold Smoke ing companies.Not been opened at Shappy's Grocery are handled for :silver: 01 J9 E. Central Tel. 2-18SI
and the service we can render 323 E. Church St. chrome plating. 23 W Pin .-.. Ph..r tMT
REYNOLDS MASSAGE PARLOR \UII being affiliated with any Open all day on Wednesdaysthroughout ,
one company, the service Rives

,- WELL DRILLINGDeep 4XGEB1LT HOTEL TEL. 96M all.Mrs.honest, unbiased advice about take hundreds;:Shop of the half-holiday has Summer accommodated the picnick-Deli- LTIJLElI I L'f61 rh'sI Orlando Auto Body Works I


or Shallow m IllhlIIlIlIItIlIllIlHhlllIIIlilIlllIIIli1Cothron's !: a CALL. Brown. after talking with ers who wanted freshly baked Exterminating Co. I VENETIAN BLINDS Spec f"kfs m WrttM Bctfiti
Can be installed for as officials. stresses that
teamship
breads
cakes and
Little as $5 per month 1 Bakery = Slt2CafE ..pace will be greatly in demandfor others who buy pies regularly for lunches.each COMPLETE: ; PLST AND I Three Day Delivery Dco.DI.x N.iiiik..

j LIBBY & FREEMAN South American and Caribbean day. TERMITE: CONTROL IIIO: Edltl'\\aIN Dote Tel. 2.033
14. I: ( hut.h 1.T..I. 2-O7J3 A. Y.... Mgr. !
Cakes to OrderFull PHOTOGRAPHER tours this Winter and advisestravellers
711 W. Church St.-Tel. 9869 = Birthday == A wide choice of breads are ---Iu [ .
t to avoid disappointmentby 1336 W. Wosfcwsrw. St. ref <**!
= Line Baked Goods = .
now bring offered at this bakery. -
i ==: 215 Boone St. Tel. 6536iiIlIIIIIIIlIlllIllIlllllllIIllllIlIIIII= MiZiJIJ making i-fservations without They include the popular i :.

i For Every OccasioDWinterLand I Ii ]: !(d'I"at ielaShe IOns for also European advises that travel res- alt ri..inebl'f"ad.. Cuban, plain :\"i2: I Harry P. Leu. Inc.Iuhint"r'y ;; :: t....

white, whole wheat II
iAFT'S rse potato :\ MORGAN
[ LIVE POULTRYBaked also at a premIUm. be made as nut and rai..in.Blueberry. S> :\ Hardware I GRQYER ...
i Cleaners early! as po-"ible through her servICf' Mats" 7tl4 N. ;Mill Supplies -
ChickensKeadv cherry apple peach ;;:/ JEWEL m e
IS!! Orange Ave.-Tel. C7-J BEN THE TAILOR to eat $2.00CI1IKEN and pineapple are favorites on the ._ ; ORANGETEL.. 2-3388 100 W. Livingston il,'/1 and DIAMOND :MERCHANT
J PIECES SOI.DOpen : =-
Winter Park pe: counter with the
meringue I: ,.1 .
ALTERATIONSRepairine 308 Park Are. S. ..
We Use the PAXTEX SYSTEMBRITT'S iress Suit Rental daily 7 A.M. to 7 P M. Peggy Jo's Garden pie--. lemon. banana. chocolate! and STOKE MUNTMEXT CO. -= ------- !, WINTER PARK ..
Sundays 7 to noon buttciCrotch: tunning a close sec- -
9608 --
E. Tel
31 fenlral Ave.
---- 9J7 Orange Ave.. W. P.-Tel. !913LEO'S To FVnf Phnp rntiplete" ono. :Mince and pumpkin will be r
i New Owner MILDRED JULIUS
I poderi J soon. Glass For All Purposes != Tractor -
M DLOCK
Landscaping Architects .
Mlv
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i Company FIDELITY STORAGE & *
I : :2319 N. Orance Ave. FRENCH MIRROR PLATE M.
WAREHOUSE CO.
"; GLORIA CASE tMUl
General' Electric BattsNURSING Tel. :21127THE :
GLASS INC.Established
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Acenl.MeMberAllIED
Quality Machine for
Franchised Appliance Dealers HOMECheerful 1 Hat Shop 13O3 Profitable Farming/ VtN II.NFS.! INC.
'I BARBER SHOPAcross LONG DISTANCE MOVING -
, Radio and Appliance Repairs Home for Aged CLOSET SHOP /,9./ .t.f11: -7. ReOpenedFor Phone Silt 75 ,\. Pine St. 539 VI. Central Phone Z-34W 53 \\EST J \l K..C1' MRKt.T 18.1
From A.C.L. Ticket Office IS
Orlando Winter Park I And Semi-Invalids ( 9u Sj"7 Season L. M Robertson. Presidesi I.
On Church !Street> Jj ';. -t/ 2 \\.ivhincfon St. .1
.. Scccial Attention to Diets "35 Years of Quality Service" I. Artadr : ,I.
$4.98 Portable Wardrobes
We Guarantee to Please :THE CURTAIN :;
311 E. Amelia Ave. Tel. 8626 : SHOP
Hours: 8 A.M.: to 6 I'.M.: ARTIFICAL! LIMBSSales
Saturdays to 7 P.M.: Reduced to $3.00 :: Ruffled and Tailored : ARTISTIC.BEAUTY .

MacinavoxRadIo I I Seven Chairs To Serve you I, 1219 X. Orange Are. Tel. 2-1203 CHIMNEY CORNERGIFT : Curtains. Materials. : Repairs SALON fa

fcl i-_::: :-T-----J------1---: Curtain Hardware. Drapes Stump SocksBREWER -
I- Pke ;: .
esrpk INSULMASTICWaterproofs SHOP (Fnr'T\'r'v F.r" : s I ....
AT THEMUSIC : Made to measurements) BRACE MFG. CO. 12 West Church Street .....
:.16 S. Main St, Tel 6242ThompsonReeves .
I BOX LAWN MOWERS repaired and Safety and Plain Closing! Out at 'ost. I I I I I I I I I I I I., 409 S. Orange-Tel. Z0333PAUL'S Phone 2-3088 aol I
sharpened-:MASTER WHIRLWIND Ml Cosmetics and InfantsSVar
WISTER PARK Resurfaces Auto Glass Installed
I'ot'rIotors: for sale.Ilial _. 1:
13 W. Pine ----------" --- --- -*
St. Tel. 2-1756
-- While You Wait .
W. Park 472 w.'III
Insulates Beautifies : :
Work picKed up and delivered
We excel in fine printing Bob's Auto Glass Shop ,
magazines, folders Atomic Machine & Welding EAGLE HOME INSI'LATIONPneumatically JEWELERS: : : DRY CLEANING : i
i programs 1 2 E. Pmp Sf. T..I. tH'f! FURSREMOVAL
33 E. Marks St.-TeL 9634 1166 Orange Ave.. Winter Park Installed :Moth Proofing ,
t etc. Citrus labels in Jewelry Plating & Repairing
, color. FLORIDA APPLIANCE : AJlerations-Repairinr :
:346 Park Ave. Winter Park 1319 Edgewater!: Dr. Tel. 2-1346! SALE
t ROLLINS PRESS LAKE LAWSONA MRS. DORA SMITH & SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.Form..r : 174 N. Orane TJi. 7U,? ..
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ADAMS [ Iy Home Insulation Co.J NOW ON
Winter ParkGLIDDEN TEA ROOM I ,.:
i Phones H Park .
20
inter Orl. 890 Dial 2-3718
Box Dinners Delivered60c Dressmaking Alterations ::
VENETIAN BLINDSThe
i 85c $1.10 LABELLE FUR CO. rt

J FIRST CHOICE of discriminating 1'. N. Smith Tel. 2-0906 32 E. Pine St.-Room 212BOYTE 15 X. Grange: Tel. 2-3565
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home owners in Ufll E. Jackson, St. ip1(, ffiji.1 Est. 1905
I Florida.
228I Industrial!, Residential i iOr
For the Best in Quality Beautyand Dining Room Now Open EXTERMINATING CO.
{ .,
1-Iiit Service, call KLEENIZEExpert Wiring Complete Pest Control ...I
N.
I ) ORANGE For Seasons Sl'nlce-Sinc. 1901 ...

ADAMSVENETIAN CleanersOf ;s Ujshmmon: St. Tel. $891 667 N. Grange Tel. 5566 TEL. 6001 Immediate Delivery on
c-J .
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i Upholstery and Rugsflom..hc
BLIND SERVICE OF FLORIDA '!!
I [ and Oriental! 'IHATUOIITF. \ I Circulating Oil Heaters
919 W. Central Tel. 9558 tl s Main Phone :
PAINT SERVICE STORE HOt S. Division Tel. 2-2990 Caruthers Service DCf
i. 669 N. Orange; W. Park Tel. 813 CONTROL _J Electric Ranges Prompt -Guaranteed
VIOLET DELL FLORISTS Satisfaction
Water Heaters
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"Flowers Whisper. What Words Electric Irons FULLER BROS.Radio
l COLD Can Never Say" .

O.K.! O K.! It's your money DELICAKEPASTRY I ?3S N. Orange Ave. TeL 2-31J9 I Lighting Fixtures Sales & Service e

but still you'd be smartto SHOP 613 N, !MUls--Colonialtowo CROSLEYFranchhed Dealers RUSS MATTRESS GO.Southm .,

I get your insurance for ,22J0 -:"-' .'.-,x. L..YY"1Y..YY

7202 Edsewater Drive :1 Greeneda Court Joy Innerspring
; your new car from a professional ; IHrark Ave, S.
Mattresses
\ ParkTel.J39 WEST
College
!:
insurance Tel. 619 Winter Park
508 ltOOKlU\'E. DR1\'E riio'E 6314 agency Special/ Attention Box III
-like, Bullock's, of State .: AUTO PARTS CO. ; -- --- SpringsSofa
Given to Party Orders I'-------" Beds I
Farm Mutual. It saves you II. Oakley lUvnte. Owner k, C S
Wedding and Birthday Cakes RADIOS
DesigningCall real dough! Call him, phone -:: Winter Garden Road ;5 : : Studio Couches
Full line of DeliriousBreads. REFRIGERATORS
f 6644, and see. Rolls. Cakes. Ties :: at City Limits ;.:, : :

( by 143 East Church St. and ask to see recently Baked Daily .: Full Line New & : WASHERS : All Kinds of OGJ


!f C designed Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists, ,.-, .. .,. ., -- I >: Used Auto Parts I NEED For REPAIRS? : Mattresses RemadeCall '
Any Make
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produced, of course, byFLORIDA I
'>- Heavy Wrecker ServiceDay S CallBARTON'S ,
-< 1If
EBERHART FLOOR COVERING STORE <: Ph. 4filJ Nile Ph 4835 r :
I : 2-2213
PRESS 1-707 N. MILLS ST. TEL 4816 (0//:..T.'.'.'..."'0o,... ,T.<... _-.7;.
: You Benefit By Our 25 : 1122V.: Church St.
N. T. CURBPHONE TVN COBB. JR.PHONE. Good Stock of Linoleum-Rubber-Carpet-Asphalt TileIn S Years Experience 1 i

Colonialtown Three Doors North of Vogue Theater ARTCRAFT I Next to Colony Theatre :

6586 2-0686 I Winter Park 93 ,
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60 Years in Orlando 1 DECORATORS

Hardware-DuPont Paint-Farm Supplies .. JI 0'n
Upholstering COOPER'S ca
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: KELVIXATOB SALES AND SERVICE Refinishing G.J.BALLiETPlumbing 5 P..


USE WITH TO,MAKEUP IT'S MEI'M NO STATE AUTOBODYWORKS JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. ." Slip Covers I Music Store and HeatlncCONTRACTOR :114 at

BROKE fTH. ORLANDO WINTER PARK Draperies 5

!290V.. ( Ill'KCH ST. 20 W. Church StIT H Fun Stock of Plnmbing JOHNSONELECTRIC :0t

1 BREAKS FRIENDLY ALL SERVICE.RECORDS Orange Blossom Trail Body WorksFREE PHONE Corner Texas 2-0006) ( and Always heating On Hand Fixtures e


: Wheel Bearing Cleaned and Repacked With Every 717 East CO.

Front Wheel Alignment. Washington 34 Years in Orlando

ocf f ocr $8.25 value for $5.75 I ORLANDO TRAVEL SERVICE Phone 5378 23 E. Church St.

325 N. Orange Blossom Trail Tel. 6665 Authorized Bonded Agents for Steamship and Lighting Fixtures

f .: Travel Service Throuqhout the World ---- ----- -- -
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CONVERTIBLE TOPS New York Cleaners & Hatters I IH E. CENTR\L CECILE AVE. M. BROWN, MGR.TELEPHONE 9501 P11. 2.1669 f' t

I t:1? 'l''t Ph. 2.1669 atp
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SEAT /' .. ., :
COVERS Fl : t
Your Downtown Cleaner : "rJ WA.j'

BOYER'S NURSING HOME ttx
LINDSAY VAN TRUCK I
BODIES 22 Wesl Pine Si.
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16 South Lake St. Tel. 8731Ettabliohrd a
7. Winter Park 478 TELEPHONES Orlando 2-0429 for rmnv yfjrs. Rrgistrrrd: Narsine HomeACCOMMODATION'S ck\\ Siii
featuring all new and modern equipmentCash ; FOR TWENTY-FIVE PERSONS

14 Two Wards and Private Rooms on First Floor .

& Carry One Day Special Serviceor Excellent Food-Special Diets Arranged '\t\\ \...wro.lYR ... \\ \.t... 0U
or Tao registered: nurses and one trained nurse ia attendance
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Pick Up & Delivery Three Day Regular tfI
NURSES NEEDEDNo $ [ ( PlRIIOG niCKEl PlOTlOG (
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I. from Preceding Pare | 58. Real Estate Want .1 I I 60. Business Opportunities I Mister Brcgcr 66. Sales Help Wanted 75 Used; Cars for Sale 75. Used Cars for Sale (Orlantm Srnttnrl


CONWAY SECTION bedroom Super Market WANTED-Re;isble fluster: to sue ; Ai.CTION-23tI :o ;U'') ra< and PO'iTlAC-1913 moorrile: roupeI '
OROERY-MARKE MON SEPT 22 47 PAGE 13
3 Easiness Property for Sale 'r haunt with some extra ground '. Id..Uy ITal.4 parking farlhtle 4 eed R Simmons to supply con trucks wii sl:1:1 evecy lutaday 1 I New paint used tires A clean buy
; .round 18 000 Also prospect .nx- C.ca-i stock and I.x'uses 1. SUTP s w;Ih 200 household necessities p m &narp Se.en ) aca:ers bou bt I I Profit w th Prophitt Used Cars

BtlLDINO 6 ..pts.I I iou to buy lake front home with Currently .rosMns S2JOO to $2aOOweekls In NO:ha.. Polk County 1OO fami c.r and irpiss here lat a* e. LOU&S MX w central I_Ave

I--. i:,so. C tmpletely furnished 2 extra Iroun4. tamale Francisco 3 .a lease .v.U.bl.at $110 lIes Pr au, ts old 20 yearState like now .e wi.: have over Ur.e-hU-
t fiiffl 'ak, al..H rented Realtor Rra I. Central Arclde. per month with option to renew sac o. upstn. references Raw ar.d cars lor ncx I Tu.- Ile PLYMOUTH coupe 1935 good condii -
and .
a. !t'.t ( >r qU" k sale. Deal Phone -40- : l.outc S Broker 27 W W asning'on IfUh 5 Dept FA1-430-VS Mempila ys.ua.17 to b:, or eel cnn t missth :on $425 $22S cash. balance
(f ZE !r."on: with I _842 Dl. __ (L1' Ten,, o- see HomT McClan 20" E .s us.e We .I sc: in" over a hmd m,nihly. Call 5900 after 8 30 p m. JEEPSWE
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OROVES.HOIIES.BUSISE List l',; a.st' Or:an ". Fla .v.mLsis. lor pr.va e owners here
.__ *'ROPERTY-If vou bela : your property s tin aicreotre GROEY. and ma cet. service ..1.I .- I WAS 10 INTERVIEW an ery wee& uoll Au'omobile Auction

a IIIm.nt! future of'' Pealtora Chenau tt Jelnlna. ID.,,I lon cabin site for tale on Rra: E
, proper!i. ] 672 : Ounce Ate Ph n. m.l highway n.a Lake PanosolgleDoles ha..n.. ,'ic Con: ;': f 5iV-, sale m Fla -l.k..Ie. fiaBiICKS ragged but a stomp down good
; i : I For quick sa ereasonable < .noe.lon WILL PAY LP TO $709 FOB
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I I good
hi $ ce on West CI:14".U bu.lne. on o;"n Sjnc-a .t I.: Bur- -A well ot.r-aka. motor. $225 J B. Smith 711 B.
h ""a. on it which HOUSE WANTED We hare proa- I S owner at Sumtersilhe. rr .17 -, Main Phon- .J063 N.ce se ertion. OraagePACKAKD. USED JEEPS ;LL YOURS

< ..r tux costs until j for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom Fla _ __ H Dean Ross 530 N. Orange A...
(OTW WHILE PRICES ARE HIGH
$ .800 !
mP" C.I 0 Harra- homeIn good locations Call W. B and meat market Ooo 67 tmployment: %tcncicsLFIOV. Phone 9410. after *_.m call 4846 I
grslri-Uba GRY
a E Pine : Realtor 2-1619 S I .
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Nlholo. ; 1 Doing $900 weekly BUCK 8 .sed n. 1940-41 Wine : -1947 Clipper Lit RELIABLE MOTORS
aew
ftAL AVE Ideal business I.-I I MaI StHOUIE I better J83OO terms Roper Rea: ) 'I N S PERSONNEL SERVIC cOldltOn perfect I otor. best buyin ta every raapeet Jim CasaMe Cars.

.6 I j on Central Ave IroD I I Church and Main23433 a < N ,>,' Registry If Il" -going away. s at 904 K Oranae Ave Pbone 2-4581 CHURCH *.T. AND ORANGE

L garage Income I I WANTED-W e bate pro*, ;I HARDWARE STORE and Sund ics- : v '.. < '.1.' 10515 \\ Central II you Rt Boa aU Narcooaee Rd o BI O-.SOM TR4IU
$104 mun.A for wsoo for modern S and 6-room c .. t 1 1'.1": cal 1 bJ8b'J Sun j PLYMOUTH-1941 Special DeLuxe
doing CIctllent -
A well located store an .
K.n. Real Estate homes I your house Is for sale atattractive for sedan Very clean Jim Ciursbve
lease
L- 4' Oprr.Suiclay."3 E, rail AII.I Johln. Realtor 140 N.O.n. business Long Owner term.I.t. inventory Work Wanttdt'rmalei B.iCK4T8p ltr bay C"-4521..** N. Oraaae Ave. Phone
f"ur. trucl.
'i' tH"\A-Close in 330 .; 8U. Specialism 1 approximately $15.OOO. and lete" See John in house JEEPSBRAKE
.o n-v site for'' boons will be opened to sot erettedpurchsser. t\ \i Itt IE BlSIE3 WOMAN Exa aler en (airsslia-Wuntcr Garden PLYMOUTH-I94ft; DeLuxe I
; Exe.I..nl HOME beIng oi- ,'>. R u'oHBLICKI91 .
This business is : r.d cedan One
9r park or i ,abins Lane WANTWNorth.m bye.ald ..' r with 900 actual miles
120. 57.: .
I H. .ar On"rtm In..tor feted for a ery bn. fd. reason .'. it is tPCUI"slrr.I Special aedanette New 3 to moOse irnm Jim Climate Cara.
I. b.slne.. and farms Strout I other n p'on B 'x 101 SStarL 904N.
will
,' 9ha hof' I which or.r f' Ave Phone 2-45.1.
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I .C b Exceptional conditionthroughout _
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)f _____ ly. Jil'., Colonial i I hardware a'or in this lo..hl which 5.< S (1'FICE WORK Can Jim Cumbie Cars 904 ._
Price $ 4.000 No .. IFP. STUDEBAKER 191 sedan Good
o" L' I.ra .ut nom. 15rncoa series a large area r some bodtkecirina. N OranK. 24521BIJICK154i
: ". r In all roomna. SMiSi 1 U3TECGS WAVTEI>-Dae to the Increased phone information See Mr FoRumHarold '. ,'r' manent cealthnt. liryty: -- rubber fair "..1 ',on $500 Owner
I .' .YOU thu number of Inquiries we Ih.ph.rd Realty Co 20 k.Wa i! :: "n 1845. Super 4-door sedaa Ph Coun'y 1
9i p R.iay. Church prop ned more listings of Pine Homes 2. 8t _ \' \t IY WORK WANTED-- Col Tins Is a lii,- c!can car priced to f-r.: -I Ilod- Iran port*-
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sel Jim J
3 and rn:.an Car* lion $ltn ,
4 bedrooms Also \ 1907 !1
business and iota Ave
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HIGHWAY CORNER 1 mile out ': w anti laundry at homes W Central Ave
AR I-7 Incom. prop.ru. Jo. Q J.r I Duplex rents $110. upper furnish : r on Ave I It
from _
K. al. m.Witr P.rl Or'' Realtor 8881 or 6638 ed. Plus budding for grocery service \(&D- Ex-school teacher' CIRliconver bi .6. Trailers-Trucks for Sale ADJUSTMENT

.1 o. "c.II.D' No.. station etc Take trailer In tradeor i c d-.51" "Can do lirht and : than SOO mi cs. '
LISTINGS W month IP. sl..1 sot ALMA--1946 35 3
1 1I -ingaias aiz.d ATEnt wait- small down payment 1' a z and ea room. seeps 4.
k city aster. za beay mj E. P. SOD: Re.lor. 32 E, $9aOO Mr. Told Hlat. Realtor IS ._ ; e as sales clerk Write: i Jemlgan Ave tad Cars BOO W. Central exccllen, ondlt;on awning. elf"tr.c
Pine I brake but I. ._
,:ice I.. J oUthuUdino. St 61. E Robinson: 13. '.' I U A'!:crton. Elvin OrA e gas Old Apopka H i-
.D way and Aaama Ave $$1P
p'' '1 .; CUI brooder. and LISTINGS WANTED-We sP..Ur. HIGHWAY 441-5 acres 33O Highway ;. WH.tcr Park I CROlHlaciDLvu -
tal r ,.n" machine ProprrtyId li. bu. ne" oplortunI,es fnd frontage: complete wrecking ..t:!.' .' rAGED widow 25 years exnsnazing CHEVROLE r-1938 shor wheel ba-.
Al. dO" for nets ... T T"It r sidewall tires and new paint See this flat body good tires median. '
I.nc.d chicken: you wish to aeU bu*:nes*. Including everything in*en- 5. apar:ment a ssf _Bt 85:0: to it-ip -NothiaWf
a t. 4 number of .I.v.t.d coopa.I your business or proper y. phone us toned at $IO6 eon Price reduced ff ." Cnetrrss.. etc would like one before YO\ buy. JI JenigaaLsed good $3 Ml. 4353 Cheney Ha hA'" se counts A t T-rhanlcal- cotSSlIVERS

c prONry .tb mora and we will call Clerk: p Bryan 111 $30 OOO its' a steal one vear profit ., .i. P;". )'b it; .I.r'm.'l or Cars Ave up, airfc in rear T a T car ,owe* p ce

Ii a, noon .ooa. uaur- E Central OPpSI. Ch.mbr ef will pay lul purchase price Owner says: Do you have any br ken wn., ; \ :n \ ur :, '., ,.. .,Ol..e Local r.o.nt hid CHEVROLET 1941 2-door sedan i'HVROLET194 1 ', ton lu' k
I e' I .0 t.nus. Phone Commer .2-237 pool heal only reason for aelling. .r- P."nr; 2.7301 __ i R.dlo. pot light to lights Cleaa wheel drive per e 9: ; otr. 9.16. J.rS and LISTINGS-WANTED-Homes. Exclusively bY :lr. Tig ner with J P. house' If so, phone Medallion 3-SC98 t r rnrrdje: titlENCEU, ASH1ER -Days or and mechanical perfect Jim Jern4 $6OO cash Corner Clay and Ka::'na

P :or,. _1 ._ rentals. Let us help you .I., "Mattox 14o l Main 5809 ,I service' : p"don m doctor s or dnllt'a usnUsri_ Cs'00 W Central- Ave A'.e I block north ef Fair bar u

9% Tcrlst site. 4 property Hall Bros A..a. 112 N. HiOHWA\ i92-Re.tsursni. beer __ __ _-.7::. l'.ote: ".W Winter P.rl. CADILLAC-19i tone sedan. S-'O- Phone Wmter_Park.CIIIVROLET1 -. 835--R
Cour I
Or. dial 5189 station 200 ft paved 37 62 \\
*N.' I .h.d coU. block outa.c. I wine gas I ,: 0 m '. ton. van bodv Colons
:' .ti .n dry. About 2 m. W ; driveway 6-room owner apartment.uafinishtd 70. \\oiL WantedMaleBJOKKEEPERFull Bv origInal owner Mr. 2-49.4 bought July 22. 1947 driven by Orlando

''U Ho..rd. N. SALEUS'OS ANmHomf.may I cabin Space for cabinsor Bank_Loans- fS_ 61 help '\nt.d-"emalc or2llON_ Oran.p owner 4000 mi ea. 140 Sunn}town Rd.
Broke 30 trailer park With or without lake ': f. time.Ls.rrsnccd : Fern Park .
depend or CADILLAC-lOll
I on our experience for correct Deluxe club Jla
_ par _
fror a.e. The Midway 11 mi N. i ; O.' \ I !tt cout.Lks -
handling of selling detail our mon'I I SWITCHBO.'ID 11 o \1"! : reliable. loa reld.1. and n-rforns tIe HOLSE iMi'Ai 27 .
D ) ...1 acre of land 01 tool gate loans increase our selling p- Orlando Rt 1. Box 15. llaitland L"SALLMET LOANS cost u Ie' ,. G, 3 .,'1 <::;v IUd SI "i. .Star _ 0\ Call Wl., 'pr Paris 9191-R tanoom wheels stationary bed.

v. 'or.torn one This and a half er McNutt-Hysslyy. R.I. \I LAKE-LlCERNE-SEcON--U you lb r-ecoats F.rt When;rnal the Bins loan Cunipa Is fog S-5a '- I AM \ SALisSSt&N-wsth nothingto CHEVROLET 1341 Fl-clIme.! : in per modern equipment throughout For

a propertycod Washington St I are 100 get $ 93-Payments I 8 TYPIZr-Musbeo nenc d. rapidand ell a ears .IUnl .Jprtne. feet r.m.itis. has r..lo. h..t.r.rwk qu.ck sale see Walker 17th and Oran TransportationIS
I .1 homf .n Income 'home with several lundrr dollars you 12 J accurate Position for per ":anent You urmh the and defroser, Sl.1'0 1201 e Bloswm Trail.
T : rirk tOo It PricutO FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION and I per month income IU.t gee this $ loO you get I9P.ym.nt resident on > all r- the selling Box 75 3-Star I Ave Winter Para; ph
1667 : HOUSE TRAILER .
grturda 21 ft SUM
1 $ -
Cal : yoU
% Offarra-Moor. forselling j
Realq results list with p15! .t once Ill health reason 2. "e ll-P'lls noons otf.Call 2
,1 109 E your property unfurnishedW11 I S you get ZS 00 MAN AiD WfFE-Both good co' 7 bleep 4. Mew tires new DolUe,
i' Plnf Mart e Williams Realtor. 21 W trade Purnlh.d or 809 Lucerne 'i $ 400. you get 372-Psymciis: 3334 WHITE WOMAN :.r ,' : i hous: I Ii .nd :. of h.ndhnl completely equipped flouresceni

:'1 'MZ-4.iOse to poat office W.shlDtOo Phone 8106j I i TerraiePh on bunl.lo. I, $ 500 yoU set 465-Pavments 41 67 i work 815 pe: .C"K I'r: .1, or hotel .. be no A .llb".t once : lighting Must be seen to be $aprecated -

a e.. '.er of t.a 7 Hdro. I' 15."S nd.c.i I 10. you get 93O-Payments 83 34 WAITRESS Stist' br etc.rnced P E. Coins 655 N. Gaiad. Ph489 CHEVROLET COVPE-192. old 9540_

., far '.j WE HAlE BUYERS wantIng groves. LOCKSMITH business.Elcellent I, monthly pavments 12 months APplY Hughs (.,r..l.1 ;u' ales at 14 <- I country roo. had bat HOUSE-TRAILER.-1943 Scault U
e. 'ns et Buld. extion property and homea For equipped well .bllh.d Payment for 15 mo iths are smaller W.I Street PERMANENT RESIDENT his own dung hi.1. My bus' ft. 3 rooms. electric refrigerator
easily immediate sale list with F A. AibapaReaitor loestion 8-I.r. Fl sure. include life into ranre to paT -- 'i refrUe ation work 13 -Desue furnishing foils good price".ulomobU.s tandem wheel electric brakes air-
-Mu b yen
c 1 into apartment Corner 37 Washington tat ion. loan nrast.ofdea:h Frt W.UTRE ; c'rrctsied5.; .
MTOa-CURTudu: ing i T. Tral: and Church ei,. amon maintenance and operat Th.one has n..pant. conditioned Excellent condition Al-
'1.1' H' ,beautifully landscaped"t NOBLE SMITH Pioneer Broker alacereiy I best fsutnflil; : Bask at O ;antio. 1oor B.tssnd: Bob s:una I .on Studied domestic and commerciai hog klnl 10 motor and good rubber vsr -x Tangerine Pie Essential
"(u with liberal terms.pr. wants your lisurgs en | bus Good terms See thIs for a realbaram Elevator S ers.e. Air,onditioned ccl ration. F.oYd Peadec ; auul:h. .UN. Orange -
1 "Boater* Carter Ml*. home groves lots and business Jim l M Caldwell with Asher \OLNG LDY-P'np':ot: ML'lj .723 L HOL8E TRAILEREgrelluairondi:
JaRS and Carter Main 2-O"86 High std I L.I. ST I lion. sleeps 4. completely equipped
I Realtor 12 8. property Ph 6911. 124 5. t Peter' Realtor 12 8 I Shool ara'ust.
_M.U t!. .of t'PI'.. N'J nner expe tlEN! ...lh'lo-n'Lur-' 3 tires with or without 26 room and
.i WE HAVE BUYERS waiting for-I NIGHT SPOT:'h r ; -t 12. Loans Lp to S300 ; :'' Run .1 15 N sots for canopy_Jim Smith Rt 1. Box 13
typea of desIrable property For ine beer wine : Orsi:we. boil CHEVROLET-194J -dor sedan Mew '
quick results call H. P. Boland ...- ''qta icrs .. Price $ AUTO Furnlur. Diamond Loans- motor new paint read to Sfc HOUSE TRAILER-27 with screened Our stock includes
J > Good for tor. | Mr Potter with Herman J.olom FIanl Company J. P.Bur.r. YOUNG IOY-Sl ;;p. for national L.ed Cars 142 N. ; porch With or without fenced lot many
f.Hr- Bldg.. 672 N. 71 ales and G.rl
; Airplane > Oln.
C.rlUI eruceLLatOUBE I .
Or.De and 2 boxes
.. Easily In Broker 6 N_Orange,9855. Manager 1006 MetcalfBuildil 1 P. t"sours: position 2-434". ice Inquire 1229 W thoroughly dependable
dna' real buy Louts Ge. 2-431 I PARKING": Pine i Ph 2-O319,_ good satan 5dsss s t r. p eavantworkino Church .
i : -8 E corner 194. 8 with sedan
A special -
143 N. Main 2-1461. I NEED nesses: LISTINGS-Fil on all kinds of bustI I!1. and Rosalind 200 car capacity For I CASH-t.oaxs-oulekly made on furnlture off r.ndl;<''' >:-act, .\. ation me.al prop- receive- and many ..- CtE\'RLT Oln'a 1Wr 142 MOar PICK-UP TRLCK- 41 Ford >, ion well serviced cars Cars

ing 6t.UO. Iroc.rlfs I Mr WoodahlRES5TAUILANT autos sod diamonds OrIsndos Sm. .. f"l.l"nl r t m I ried but Private owner Good motor tire
$375. 2J47.CHE'RL
QUIrk I iras Nn time $259o Eustia Air snr that
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etc Clients waiting H. F S we
Bol.n4 :r1<-: re r.it Era .UOtr' Typ- and body Call Winter Garden 292 can recommend
; across _____ I I 01. Hor. Finance Co.. 314 1 Sel EUs Ftc; Ph 366 '
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t.e Apply Per I SIck
,. Rulor. Carla B1d' : -191 dluf nights and Sunday or 319
u SB 1m.
Gm'
-Borne lady Metca1fBldgpia2-0304] as being well
or coa- Located In : I worth the
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I Finance Co. i .
her 2nd floor 24 Orumman
;. D. ____ : 8 j I! 'Wll ENUI1E Islinks on ; Weekdays_ _
pf a ants aa WA _
.1.IIIS: SALE Call 5613 today of industrial section of QUIC-CAH SPumltr. Orange Ave |I, sea and Instrument $995 N Klein FtOa Un Hot.LCHEVROUT
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lnd. EERiD
unity ii-I'-rR New equipment and grosgn : SPARTAN ENOI> like aa alt money Dependable and
cot
out of I.t nesiigate I R..lor. ).k.lf Bldg $60.OOO per day at l.ture. Good I lee Family Co SOI ln- Veteran s t r.mle.i Orlando A..llor llJ2aor .r.n liner for a lifetime of service
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41 pr..n. L.a Fnd. ( :untry Cl Winter Park M3VfcltHANS economical An
a this attractive LISTINGS \\ANTED-VVe have the I a'< $J,50 with some Zuss Bank Bldg. CaBis \'OM FOR GiNERhou .t house file bedrooms* la : buyers if TOU have the property.Call I iSIS .th CKde .trl. Bracer I I I Phone 21661.REflNA76CZ \ .. I a ""f1 Tel.Jlon. ",II frLIOHT TRAINING 222 W. M,rhi.an Reed 201 N._Orange Blossom Trail may prove profitable to
residential section where A. T Carter W516; & 2-4775 Single: and multi-en-inc r.Uau.Ol CHRYSLER -
Central: SPARTANSIA.SORlsso
I J.m.nD
I cash cinolpt.-Dl.i easy to tow
BILLS
YOUR Oet
.tb from oao of C.u.1 i Carter 1 S Main ;I Io-W r. wine and short I II I 1 here have one payment- each help: Wanted-Mate ;. triiii.ns FIPld.for m.'hanlc' ratlnl.t. tors. .nr you II never know Its the new you Your visit will be appreciated -

net popular tourist ;! i-FR-SORTHEN BUYER I I RETAURANT-B : month Florida Credit 21 W 1st NY.I AII1la. Fl. p'K. J 3. ioors.5 N. Orange Spartaa Manor Save $'67 oa new
I. relt.1
Pnl
not MLC1IANIC-; Phone by us
ordinarilyo Enters-
&n. flrnlh.d Separate bar room A barntln east of Grand Th :'AUTOtOBIL Ate models. Frank Reed Trailer Sale*.
o guest house. or unfurnished Frank 110r.. Brol- .t once Clark P. Bu.l.s'Opportunt" '! .t.lr.a .nrfd lood po.'.nn; lor tlte 73. .\uto -"rcb for Kent sedan Ex 2O1 N Orange BlosoRiTralL
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| Bry.1 zor _
Pric (MM. call Ion t CHEVRLT-II
0"Harrs.f er 531 N. We.lmor.l.nd. 8720 rich man ." S.cc.' Firs- unusualThis
111 E Central; pbone
:M. g PineINVESTMENT I EXTRA CASH FAST POI .ton. Hoe inn Au' b'.PPC3.:, W uter D VARNER U-DRIVE IT Drive It. .pc..I. d.U.rcnt .a SPARTAN-Choice of everyone wbowe
10 ___ :. }-APPRAIALoDour borne t -237 _ _ I any prln.1 EX > pur. I Daisirsi. l.a la ,., )QU''U. rates. by day cal .1. aew t perfect ata the best Save now at Frank
10. mi o condItion and have had for sate
I Reed Trailer Bales 201 N Orange
RESTAURANT for sale Pmate Courteous service
J INC' I Well loess Do.ntow otis. BOOKKEEPING D VarneDnvIt.. IIC.. 2J4 W less than 12 hours Setter hurry it
of 'Terms
cl arce on the current market IAChli OP.rMust Blossom Trait.SPARTAN.Youm. Trades
., location Will sacrifice at $2.0 i I Home office Central Phone 2-3153. ___ -
u property. Purchase value of your property No obligation rash and S3.000 in at 480 N Oranse In Orlando be ;1 ". A\ won t be here after noon Pr,ced I when
home and
o J will Illu' a a excellent Phone 7811 Wm Mathews with J cash 211 W Church St.. 41 I. 713 Offices at Cocoa Winter Pon. treated confidcn la :x P. O B.3.l8. HAItI DR1V-1>R-SELF SYSTn a bargain At 60 W. Central where
B.\ you want It Buy now at
". DW ,.gross buo.o:11 .- I DamelRolar_ -. B okerDONT _ .RADIO.50 SHOP Complete-and folly and St Cloud Same Service! I Orlando.COLORED._ ..___ _.___ Tru Kb and passenger only R 8 Evans Frank Reed Trailer Sales 201 N Or-
1E5 : by i. week 3
per year Profits ou nat or is
LIST with BOY-Colored er and boy .r.te sedan Jim .
VOLR PROPERTY
w" management This unle os you waist to sell Henry I .qulppd. Scare. P.r Call Al Apply room 3 in building at 15 N N 0-rangs' '. phone- _2-4064. cR-IM7Aer I. Orange; ante_Blossom Trail_

Orllo's mot desirable Burch. Broker 916 Kuh 2-109O. I I OranaeCOOK JIM CLilBIE CTDRIVE 41 2-4o21 TRAILER wh el. all steel practlcailr D. Varner Inc.
line far SUNDRY STORE On outskirts of I new $13}. A L Metg 11000-
J' and trucks By day.
I .Iu.bl Short ordcrs. cars = 1
5n'c.'nrcI. mot CHEVROLET 1946 Aero sedan Jim
i her Trailer Park
$150
In Orlando Netting $100 to per ACOl-
o Inrr. ..Iu. 60. Business only Please apply 14 Wall montn .
Opportunities :
I a Competl. t.t. Cumbie Can 904 N Orange:
t Realtor 1 W W.s. week This is an excellent busmen Street M>4 N. Orange TRAILER-Well Ironed for house or
Phone 6174 opportunity Exclusive with Wlial T.t.a what ) w ant when you I d.a 2-12. 2-4821 f Hat Airplane tires (150 or swap

I ANTIQUES and used furniture-Present -I Mat hews with J. Daniel Kolr. ., co. to ua a loan and theta I' COOK-HOUSEKEEPER and maid or !I:I OLNS-t-DRIVt-r lNC.-New cars I CH9VROLET-194l Special DeLuxe for ear or IUh' truck Ph 741<>
] Income S133 to $185 oaily In or p. you get PoPt attention cook-maid and bu ler-chauffeur : k or montn j Exceptionally clean J.O : _
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ORA R. F. Av-I prr. vntof around $85.y.r I..s at 2.18 71SLSURB.'Nunl : Fut service- prlvry.plf.d w.ntr by couple spending Wll.r in '''No red tape 2 locations 242 N : rh.d.1 from Jim Cumbie C.r 904 TRAILERS -" New and uiwd. New Phone 2-3153
month American 4 models New Southern -
: 0. per on baa method-No Summers .
Slina Ave Phone I
m 142 N. N Oriole
Ph and
rd Orange G.rI
saa I Real .t.t .ul.a.. ef a,ount of .cknes 6B30 Call apartment coa : t.p ud 2-481. I 2-521 Bell" sleeps 4. butane gas tnnerspTln -
bull Ca lurniahed emed R.tt.n. r.ulred. C.1 Winter lan c $450.- CHRYSLER condition -
.n Home Sewell Inter 8394Ex crte blok bUlldll. Auto loans a $1O to : 193-W mattress brakes Complete
Park 653 for
OOO ... Ian 9xchixiv. (lusive with Huckel-ONeal. Realtors Renta for $200 a month Price $10.- $300.Fsmily. .pc.ly. Ln.
wit I nev Realty Oraacei : 118 E Robinson: dial 2-3-53. 000 __ 'I j i 73.:__ Auto Service I Ii Grocery until 7 3 p m and at 219 Frees stove parts new butane and W Cent olAve
=
di .' T i and Robert a Tire R.1 O -MACHINE Finance Sers Ice. Inc J2 WC.alr.1 CLfEDlfTER U5t be harl ...In. gasoline ranae dollies awninaa I
tor_ W Wa.hha ton. I'BAL GUM'lE1DI j Fine antique and furniture business Phone 9857. 1 yard and handyman i i ALIGNMENT Free inspection CHEVROLET seaan a good used bottle gas equipment etc Anknev
14'. s.5T- IN\EmiENT Tao RUE. WI nft for 4 days Will sell for about halt of lnn-I know automobiles and also I Prompt repai by expert me n- I tar all the way a ound. It ,O Trailer Sales. 540 N Orange Blossom

a. ,. roaw annnth- Price i I mOlthy. 10 cash includingBLSINESS AW. tory E F Slayton Realtor, E i iI buildms upkeep M. Burrell 2nO N. I,!I .nll" A ore.stop service al Oood- I want cheap transportation. come see Trail Phone 2-2jQH.
lit Ern.st.1 Pine 6651 I Orange Ave 3OO Orange Ave.
Service
star 5 this Joel The m Restaurant 2999Kuhl
11M TP.AILERS-Beat
10 An Winter Apt No 2 Sunday or Church I 'I -J I the housing shortage -
I 51 neckdayc : \ .I 63. loans CARPENTER FOREMAN Expert AUtO BRKEJOBS ..Dd"h.e Ave. _ put your rent money la a
'!H'RBAN SaaartmentT SUNDRY STORE-Excellent corner I I .Iorrarf I cored in concrete form work State I .UIDelt. .nlc. CHRYSL-. 4 door priced for trailer brrty and M system all
It LISTINGS-Daily lr location all equipment: build I in letter Box 103I C A USED CARS
t Jl:; rented Present qu.lfl.ton you wait W. corner Forest sizes with bottle gas stoves and elec
in- les for emaIl
bu.m. and Ing and property Included E.clua.e I I rc i n Song 1010W. ur '! EaronillleRoadsCHEVROLET Inc refrigerator Young Trailer
row month For LOANS on all of property lone .t. h CItY and
per partlcu If ,o uwantuc Il call 66.a typ. ; -- _
J JI JLi Jt Ian '1' Wlbu with Henry Burch Broker Sl. KI. abort DRIVERS WANTED-Only those who i Sale Orange Blossom Trail at
Kla t with BUmneoaB I .Strickland Broker 2 W. Chur.b. : Call Smith St 2-1O9O i I or ; .rate; immediate I REPAIRED-We ail -194" Fieeimaster con
Ar! B da Phone $15. ]'I service Halo.O Prrk Ill i' are thoroughly familiar with your auto needs; .I tires gas tertible Chevrolet.: 1946 Fieethne.completely I Amelia

HO f I INCOME :-Oa a pretty Bt5L'E5S-UTVGS-"rE: i ILRPARK-5 acres .pl.ndl I N. Orange Ph 818. Irndo atreets will qualify Of i and oil Dixie 5.le Service. W. 1 fully i
'I Orl.ad' i Mr City Cab Co Boone I II deluxe Plat'o'm awn nz 4 foot nice fence
a' Tnr la thta neat bunea4 118 N. OranaeBLSINESS I -80101 _, .____ Southat_ 8& 1941 2- HI.I
!nd"u.rn..N I I best buy. Pn..d to ..1. ,1 unusual WANTED clean Pontlsc 1947 clean throughout front parking lot CHEVROLET 1946 /2
.. 4 bedrooms and two LAN WANTED- 11.000 bets ten ages of I BODY AND FINDER : tr .
terms. Jim M. C.ld..1 with .... COld Must be re>ident rp.lrID. fully equipped $1000 cash See Mrs Beatrice Weise
kit outside Estimates
.pooflied entrances Three well OPPORTUNITIES since Asher Peter. R..ltor. Main B 10 6la. ''DRIE t. 6 months H.v ..I, Saiistacl painting guaranteed. D Varner stremUnr.-door. equipped Pt..tr..I Oranee Blossom TraIler Park ton pick-up Very cleanT

fwTy wi All fa*fo,..14. 1 C.I I I 1020 .Phone 2-10.. Rom 5. 4oCentral. W. 2-O'86 MONEY AVAILABLE-At low 1 kno.lr. of city Steele THEATRE-SUNDRY STORE O ltn 45 EWa.hii Eton \ 1941 exceptionally
refrigerator
S AB model stove
OUarra MooeeOf ln gas
a. I I r.t. on located HRD' CHECK-LP- Sa:ety a famIly -I 'DODGE 1936 Sedan.
included .1 rldrt1 I thes
Property on
bUJIIUI. and business : ELECTRICIAN-Man willing c ean Sa.1 do. Jm.nl Only $39M Frank Reed 201 N. Orange -
T I I BEAUTY SHOP cubicles, excel- town $30000 cash proprl. Ol.d t.ork. .I..! Check UP where you buy cars to 1.I.ac. We Blossom Trail Good for
Forid. 2 24O4 the
sod Winter Telephone or 2- car
j lent OuUtand value Potter Goodw.n Inc.. I : _, SilO Irr your f'ord. Genuine finance. Used N. money.
I 10.Uol. ;ng "lh ( Bettet Inveotment W. WashIngton hanics .rtl's Ca. 141 SOSLEPS WEIGHT-MO*
AT TV r ; 37 Co 2 EXPERIENCED ELECTRICIAN want- psi tv s nu.ne m. H.mlnl- rno-e
., L"YTS li.' : 1m.CI.I. POISlon. C.I I' 6 7 N 11> I Phone I ed Apply la person Sou hern fruit maps I: :tSIv Lsinatton Main 84O _ strength In a new Spartan Manor

; Pf f i ior Whiter T.t. 572N.Orange.l.ool.7224.BEAUTY8UOPExeeflent". loc. B..ltor.I' T 1i COtiRT=.t.Uon. beer. ,I I I Dl"tributor' Pine Loch Ave CHEVROLET 1941 club coP.. S svent.watFra 5k Reed Trailer BUICK 1941 Super Se
lunch "lh S-room Clean aond tires 22OO N Sales 201 N Orange Blossom Trail
mo- NEEDED 731.uto I'arts-Accessarles _
$jOOO Someone interested
hou. all on of j GORDON PRESS FEEDER Ave at Princeton St City Service dan. This clean
(I'r noaaei We location un I is a very
saett .cr.
la I LIFE IN A SPARTAN
homes la MANOR Is life
t Morse
Printing 13O
.r re.ID.bl. Company
and business S160O with 280 ft frontage on S. highways : prt l :i S'.tl"n
cash terms
I! r a ff' are Ideal locatk no | burban area an investment Hut hey FRONT END REPAIR PARTS now In the might manner New units car fully
attractive profits. BooS Wil; pay for in 4 months. 204 1" and 92 Eight unil. two almost 8trf.1L'STATION DOO1IE-Delisne sedan Clean per equipped.
-nl: I.el or pa tner. Bs 1118-Star. aval.able In rs.insntsfl S make of ss law as $2S62 Frsnk Reed Trailer

cl r' and term 8._M.la. _ _ I complete. and o :[or.l underronstruction. 2 i :fA"fmI.s.Iplj auto C. A. Pra me Sons 1010 W. feet Cheap for cash Telephone Sales 2Q1 N. Orange Blossom Trail I
Court.
s Hu'eklns. ar Mr. CHICKEN RANCH and bedroom I ossna I : Lnurh. irhiora BB11 "2Q43
Jre. I miles North ot Kissimmee Fla REAL ESTATE LOANS-Low cost To friepra!orsWrrte P. 0 Box MK9 ZIMMTR TANDEM- 1947 In 4 and CHEVROLET 1942, 2-
) I 4 tat A O.I.. phone home 10.t.d on 2'. acres near buy. build or home and DODGE-1941 Club co"Io.-mile' 6-pasenecr models Now on display -

r 1. .J cIty -cvfr.1 hundred laying WET SIDE Close in on paved high business proper y.f.n.n Tr.t Dept. First !, UNDRY-HELP-W."h and extractor ;i. .utos-Irai1ers anted. ate radio and n..tres C"nlra. 27-ft. long metal bodv elec- door at a very low price.
birds 2-story partly man Good hours Ask .
I fully equipped for expanding furnlhfe I National Bank at Orlando 2nd. floor waecs Florida Motors J.Uenn .n 'i trig refrigeration and bottle go s I
) trul trees. t.ood garden spot house with additional bull- I for Mr. Fuerbacher O lando St WATED-WII! price land dial 22424 I store low "
-- -- 6 conditioned Elevator ..nlc. a i AUTO pay top ______ As as $2394 Lp fa *O
: vi well irnished Price CIS.OOOI lag on highway which can be utllz.d I aUldr. 4. W. ConcordMAM.JFACTURINO "I Film CHEVROLET 1941
r B AVD BOtrorstw LATO lor 1 to 100 clean cars DODGE- s-dan A-I month to pay Frank Reed. 201 NOrene Special -

at (\. -.lb:..,,:.n WM lu. I 1 I Wilbur _Strickland. _. _Broker._ _23 _W.urb.6675. _. I i for 188 many Price IYpS of 35..b busll's.:[ Jane ,' WILL PAY to develop 6 _I years Sun house trailer
l _
P7559. 2
Broa Brokers ;
CONCRETE : : Cour. 212 E. lm:versity Ale De '
feet deep BLOCK
I PLANT
r sot frta. Fully for 117 'orl. WANTED Will highest Extra
l aca. I" y u.1 ala-room 21 house A equipped Established Reasonab: I TIME TO TAKE N-A partnerin |I 00 a proprl .urlty. Ply or ph 168. reverse 'AUTO, :ice for your- car pay Olins Inc. DESOTO Beautiful-1947 green Custom finish 4-door Olin sedan Used Travel Only home 12295 21 ft $194550 complete RocrsTr Also clean.

J ay at. ':. home and business priced Owner has other I an established real es ate atencv harte 2 434. 242 N. Otange 'let
bU5m.s for 142 H Garland or 242 N. Orange Ave Phone Sales 1510 Indiana Ave off
one at
year ; C.r.
Box Star ,
S
Phone 2-O694 -
faoaMM Call Ray Holromb 6 I WANTED-7.0 I MECIIA74tC--Shop and foreman Au ._24al4_ _.__ -4RI4DODOE. trail
I, i 0 H.r..o Za 6 109 E. : RK-P-BRYAN. Licensed Real mor.ae on new I to and t.r enlpm.at KIWI t ENJOY YOUR VAC'.TtOH across I Many other cars to choose from
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CNV SE TOE ot-l 10url1 court worth as s.curra AUTOS WANTED-Any anyMore 'tl- .--Jlm Cumbie
Broker 118 E Central 2nd $3.0 I and r-rords .
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i Es.t p.rt age i k the nation In the world finest
lIe Box 099. model. cash I Wykynti Cars .., 2-4521.
:: near Montverde is a house with fIve for. Et.blsh.e 192,. Phone 2- : experience and 5 references Peraogtnel .1 Motors. 781 N Mills 3- :. i 'owini tralVr Snarl an Manor Save
LOCATION for small bedrooms and twenty acrea of land ; ; : I W J. Howe Co. Howey-la-tise- ; FORD -1941 Or-sedan Radio $1123: on a demonstrator Frank Reed SEEFELIX
IIC.. la BUIL OR BUY your own home Ce HilU Fla I I AUTOMOBILES-Jeep* or trucka VVe heater clean orlclnal paint Olm Trailer Rales 201
main ihorouthfare on a paved highway that seems to HIGH GRADE SPECIALIZED R.o _ N Orange Bloawti -
Direct Reduction Finance pay you more for your car thananybody ., Used Cars 142 N. Garland: phone
titus; growtac section Orlando us to have good possibilities as a taurant-Fully equipped going bus MILKR-H.". opeatnc fe man TrailBARGAIN
1 .Ita PI.n" First Federal Savings I in town It baa been
t-i Ito ft frontage leas than rest home or a tourist home sinceIt iness Summer growth 19 per 1 Se | experience in usingDeLaval .ro.n -4317 FOR CAPlT bOnrailTr
',.a: .n. coat front foot Buy l I. lesa than a mileto Lake I. ..I On main highway "da of and Asso..Uon of Orlando 50 milking machines; house let me prove it to you Iac FORDS-A Ford Dealer Is a good nan : located nn lake front Awnlne Ru-

1 9.w ia our aSh pr t.n and watch I Apnka. Price 13.5.0. Call Exclusive family clientele Long Eat Pine at Court Street Weekday I I and cool salary tee 2O to 45: refApply t Cars 101 N. Slain 809 to set for used cars Helntzelmaa. fane store. metal roof brakes Lot WINN

: t r -res ment grow as you payra I 0 Harra.Moore. Rf.IOr. K : term lease N.. building Dining 9 2. Slurd.n 9 12.SLlIeIp i ereitces requIred. la pcraon Inc.. 36 W. Livingston, 8159 I 19 Carolina Trailer Park.AGRICULTURAL.

; '4 s'reeti. sewers and all atllitleaC Pine' room. kitchen bar beer and wine I T 0 Ire ._ I "
2-23_ _ _ DlY.I FORD-1938 tudor Excellent condilion -
c-aer ...L.1 I desired. Call Car. 1 DRUO STORE Splendid Orange license W.lk-In refrigeration Ample I I f'RINTER-PRZSSMAN Mlehle and AUT WANTED-W. need fifty throuahnut Exceptionally

!- teal .ld B".. lac Csrrlssn I A.fnuf location grossing appro*!-: stock Pic. $13.5OO. CaU Ben FI VantedFema1eBEAUTICIA7iSSenlor. I Chandler! A Price Want good pressman late model cars Will pay the clean. Private owner 512 Lakeland i ATStandard

l''. 11 K. O...; P 2.4$5LOiifCOVRTMnstest.li maIds I S9OOOO per year Fine stock I Field H F. Boland RealtorCarncan and printer Mount DonPublisning highest caah dollar in OI..d. Jim St
I Bids, 672 N. Orange Used Can \. CcnUil
; Hair stylists -
good fixture satisfactory lease Only Co Mount J'fa 0 CHEMICALS SALESMAN
Dr. Fa. FORD-1946 V-8 Tudor DeLuxe sedan i
.. loattra once in a blue moon are .. fortunate 2-551 I I Apply to Richard Knight 844 Magnolia I PASTRY MAN-First class Able to I... I Ii This car is clean 818 EWavhmcton Motors

I. and especially .ttP for ouch to offer you such an OLD ESTABLISHED completely I _Ph 8bO9 _ : do anything in the pastry lineWhite I SI phone 9114 With entomological and chemical.
scu Idle aied MMk opportunity Going for terms : equipped Real Estate Office with 1 experience preferred for Florida territo
ef m;( 13.00. COOK-HOUSEKEEPER and maid or or colored. Apply N. '
4 anil up-keep would not b $20.OOO ..s. balance See ,I large cl.ntel. Real money maker cook-maid aid cutler-chauffeur Oranee 12 i I CARS WANTED-Any make or model : FORD-194 Tudor sedan. With radio y Good salarv and opportunity ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL
.. Mr. with Harold Sh.ph.r4'R..lty O. and doctor a orders 1OO each aid a low mileage car Jim Jeralaaa with national! known manufacturer
) "r A: reset fe rxpaasloa I poor ( I wanted by spending Winters laFla I I need SO to cars T.us,
t* t I'lvuld; .be d.ar Income Co 20 E W.shlnltol St. .I to retire only reason for gelling and Summers couple m North Experienced )' PICKINGRAN- day Best prices are paid Used Cars 600 W._ Central- Mall resume education and experience ATWASHINGTON

p".. tie .OOO. te.. Phone Sl"4 _ If interested "ntf P. 0 Box 824 Refeiences requred. Call Winter car Thursday to HoLy-Kobsoaa roRD 1935. cutdown. Can be seen to | STREET
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; r..A T r "M$. Jsmersonie.r1 : DRUO-SUSDRY STORE in Daytona Orlando Fla interview.- i Park 655 for appointment for intervlew colored Btste rr. Good.. waccs Ze l Apply. Orange Motor Aucion. 2120 S Orange Blos- at 1424 Pmecrest Avenue afternoon BOX 110 S-STAR

Carter Realtors 12 I 1a. Beach One of the mot modern i c'PLTBLK PLANT-AG' __ __ I a m _to I' 0 Gro.Non .ood_ Fa. 9 som Tr.l. 734- $_for- p.rtculr.I ID.YAR'E' Saturday _ _

: and best stocked In the city Doing I white experienced. For tea INC. Dt ta buy your !I I FORD-1936 Very clean Central
a good business Long lease. $20.OOO. 1. sand tover 2OO.OOO vards and three I'COK-Whi. Orange Annae.I i PLANT:SELF-See Mr: Wilkinson par top Florida Motors Jefferson aid Garland -
lOOLOIN HAS ITt Address P O Box 1305 Daytona : acres .dJolnll <30.OOO yards) best I 9 and 12 a m for .uo immediately D v.rne Inc. dial 2-2424.

., Beach Florida _ I\ lawn d.s.ml or till dIrt. Commerrhslaand CLRk-TYPIT.li..le. .bt T. GLee Dairy _ Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 I FoRD-I9fl-dub ;New paint

t"frlid sate foe _to esmrt and b! for quick I ..sh.d and loaded on trucks by I TIL SEIUDon. Permanent W. Central_Aw._Phone_ -313._ good tires low mileage central
i a er tamp ..To'HOTELPrlr.d conveyor This sand sells for $2 per S-5t.r. _ _ { Inc TUea14 sell Florida Motors Jefferson and Gar 5HOURCLEANING R. S. EVANS
FILLET MOTORS
'
; .Va b:ihwar 'r.H.Ha beer and wine doing bu.m'5 rst.ur.at rear vard delivered Fill dirt or 1..1 tSKEEPEI Prefer elderly Core Dr. West P.1 Beach I.' or trade your : rC'Y'b: larri 2-2424

1 'ce Bf>ter rOlne Located at Oak on i I dressing ISI loaded on trucks by dciiline Country. home no YOUNG MEN1926 y.irsof age See us at 200 W. Central or FORD: ::1940 Convertible club' coupe
Vn. dirt sells for not less than children.rsllIOS7.HOUSEKEEPERBetween dola.
ar .
WiterJ 1 25 miles south of Jm.1 interested m 5416
K.lt.a. .na' l.t.na
D.roo. .. Phon. ___ Jim Cumbie Can. 9O4 N. Orange;
$4 load Have
Tare, Beach Consists of 30O feet I d.l.nd slat.dmalloK and 4O I central 0111 ceequi Must be
J ( to 2-4521
f ,I i oa U S 1 150 ft' depth Will sell 1 1I concrtc blok, and can I years old. 2 people I f.m.Box s!nsle. blah school graduate or equl FANK RE rr.ly knows for .car
t Ia I- I I everything complete for only $23.500I SOO per day-use my own 126 SSarHOUSEKEEPER._ ,.Irnt Good phjsical I i ar live your minutes FORD-V-8 counr Mechanically perfect
I I I Will take '* down balance on easy i sand and netaigeen ta pr block for sober settledgentleman. W i to travl as rro. .colltll. I or euiy. Cash in Good rubber Body Is rough
13nO terms Being sold by O"De. Please This property u close WInter a ed el' mo, nani.al. or com I Why em awav GI'" us a Best cash offer takes It. Comer of W.Church DAILY DOZEN
WARZHOrB9 work surroundlnis BlossomI
Otld. easy chance 201 N. Orange
i
Haven and on a main highway Due PL'.lt .nd Ohio ph 2-4132
I. i Mac ..1 In person _ and salary Hull tr mirations e" ncncp cOII. la Trail: 7883 SERVICE
(t".I f..h..y F.OT with Baud. and meat mar- to my advanced age I will sacrifice AgentBo, 6-6 ArcadiaFlorida est.blhlnl starlmo .. I I FORD-1937-1oo-r.! s.wpet'n...
:',19*. K.\JS W WashiOtoa EASSIDEro.r equipped. .' I and sell the entire business land and JuanHotel from I HIGHEST CASH Paid for good clean upholstery A bargain Profit with

S P.."$(0 stocked Owner must 10 norlh. .1 machinery for only $10 OOO the MAID- rfn"lrok-fnl i 8 to : pm_Western Electric_Co IncCPI6OLSTERERMtalt I, used cara Winter Park MOIQYLFsirbsnko Prophitt Used Cars. 500 West Cea
Prlrf
5' D 1. I amount of my present investment of 2 Live I : and New York: phone SOUR tral Ave
Sunday 2 til 5. E. S.
$8OOO Open This will be a gold mine for aa New England Ph Winter Park 245.IlUSE I be first cl.i ; I 12 Ou "and ra Buss LIntel Dally
Burnett Broker 37 8. Mala Phone i hr Steady work to : PECKS QLAIITV CLEANERS

j 57. K l Lstate xrhancrd: ".3063 _ _ I active o.DH Full investigation In- I : 1.8 8 EVANS. ""World Largest Auto i
*& I i, vited-refer to any bank in Winter [ WANTED-To assist in of- l.n. .10. otbr. cODldrr.. I S Dealer" is only Interested in baying : FORD-AIIYlhhur from a 192 to PHONE 6055i
I FILLING SATION-pl.ndld lo.0a Haven Terms if desired G W. I of Tpvtng essential.Telephone (.e ,
; mrteon the finest Will purchase any
B.ntI .
1 OWNER WILL TRADE (M.000 sutuioao I real buam.ss so 1nUm.k. I Must master 3S Coupes doors and 4dooms.Youve PONTIAC 1941 4 door sedan
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I iy. 192 Ave D N. W.. or 7258.I \\LL-DLE b ; make or and pay unbelievable -
o.nfr. WII- year hamburger

3-bed Caldvell with 2-3'9 moe seen people order a
.,tats .2'4. arrei mon.y. Jim M I Haven Pta I forma- the spot. radio 2 tone fin; h. very
*<>. home for chic e.d.nc. Bara A-rer Peter Realtor. 12 S. Main te 1 tion1 Top pay ao.lho : If you prl' on Cal sandwich and poke their lips
.. .._ S1U9
aallfc I TOURIST COLRT-Lake front First I MANAGER WANTED-For our fountaln I 4321 or out because the didn bring a nice -
rorral
A ti 'kfl. h uwa, re ,* : 2flMFILLINO _ _ cannot qualify not apply i man
< Cs.: Ball r Folds! with HaVUi STATION AND Restaurant I class Plenty of room for expansion. I Excellent opportunity for Libby and Freeman11. W. Church porterhouse s eak. smothered In onions QUALITY CARS
.d Rra:tor Carrlaan and $25.000 cash balance at 5%. Price UI right person Albert Drug Store. St : CASH PAID for good If old J. R b.au't got one i BUICK-1941 Super convertible
this month OS-THE-PT
5 n" .am. e-3 N Oranie or -1.0 e.Uon.1r..dy I right Potter with Herman GoodwinInr S corner Edgewater and Princeton | Jim cmb Car to suit you and your pocketbook coupe radio, exceptionally clean
A W n'er 2.S5 11 .t.10o R.stur.lt .r, .. Brotr 677 N Orange: 9855. YOUNG MAN with ca to travel toFla Orange AVnue. you might as well start Hinging the 1S47 OLDSMOBILE 75 4 door throughout -._ -. .._._ .
during $15O day ; : 194 Nor
P.rl ages per I WANTED MARKERS-HECKR-d- Salary and car expenses blues because there ain't nobodY else Sedan Radio like new
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Perhaps the best spot in Orlando for SmIECiXE1tPr"i paid Apply Sunday 1 to 2-521
57-1. Brarh Property! __ filling station 150 will handle E. : vesting of and .gt. Ask for Mr. Fuerbsrhmr. at 912 Metraif BIde! :I WANT 1:1IWL'TY-5 clean rot one From S19- to $32o J R 1947 DE5OTO 4 door Sedan LikeS CHRYSLER 1M9 Traveler 4
S Burnett .. 37 S. Main; the f;nest near Orlando If not Interested Orlando Steam Llad. 13 W. coacord. I E pay Jim Smith 711 N. Orange door sedan radio one *ns
COCOA BEACH.-Oood-d..lnpm.D& phone -3063. i I in 15" to 20', nturl on J! YOUNO you Mr-For cOlut"or1..I Jernisan Used C.rs bOO West C.D i new brand new nyrtor Hurry $MaVw

1* &'ea'nl opp..rtunhY FURNITURE STORE-\Just sell investment dont answer Box 112 ,, RECEPTIONIST-Doctor's office Between do .n time.ork. tral Avenue_ 1947 CADILLAC 6?' Club Coupe
I .. b i S-Sar 1) not t.l. up our Ohfr.l5 HUDSON-'42 Business coupe Good BtnCK 1941 Century 4 door on.
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t lota .0.bl l.te, cause of illness Good location 20 and 35 Mast be able to apply BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 Almost new
l5tdte.V i Mealier I I 1 rent Live tomn near Orlando Clean.i NO MATTER what kind ., type 5'. day week Write Box 104 I )orrlsn's -trl. I automobiles and older cars Harley condition Cash only. 2616 E Rob- i dan radio immaculate Inside

my .OCQjt BEACH- leorjando's bah $9OOO cash Box 88 51.r. I you desire see Ofr stores S-Star giving ate and experience. I A\fBIOS-UNO- learn I Wadsworth 615 North Orange Ate I I.. ... IMS PACKARD Custom Clipper and out .. .. SIRS

k_ /,Pu pher. the only r.atr stol I r.st.ur.nt. block plant. .. future i Telephone 8597_ LINCOLN-1947 club coupe Custom Almost new has everything
_/h of doe food etc "Speak to Spiegel" in growing concern for right I! interior radio heater $2 90. C. B. CHEVROLET Dt
has Jots and bou. Depression j SODA GIRL experienced; 50 Ceatral GET TOP CASIIPRICE for your car Special >
o ,infk.v ." a:ed. reasonably priced FIBBING CAMP On Lake- Apopka grossing profbulnfS' Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.. Re.ltor. E : party Box 113 S-Star _ I! of make or model Used G!bson. The Lime Village Trailer 1949 BUICK Super Sedan Very I II lux 2 door "clean aa Iprp

.to ready PI.nt. of growth !n :20 i Metca! BId"! 2.1269 WAN To-on.'C truck f.rI Car r.c.rdle Exchange 219 \aslt Park _ _ __ I low mileage .. ... .. ....... .

r. Real Kstateantfd income 0 possible 10 acres of hich .1 IS AHARDWARE and grocery E Experienced I I 'ld : in I St Phone-2882_. JEEP STATION WAGON 1947 I 1949 PACKARD 130 Clipper I Ii
: shaded land. 9 cottages 23 boats. I I buttRess that is a little gold mine : STENO ui'national We using gsrtrn_ land ftc small DON less than we will Driven 17OO mtlea Jim Gamble Overdrive practically nevr I,: FORD-141 Super Dee I

1 f>-KES businesses and outboard motors Store and bait business GD reason for" rolling $2fiOOO want permanent r..d."t CODfn If or."do .rnvp p'o.. .6''? N.city Orame.", Berman P.7ef can for your old Cars. 904 N. Orange: 2-4521. i 'i doOr. teokg and runs good

.:e.. Buyers waning coy Price $28.OOO. $15.OOO cash re I "S..1 to Spiegel Whitney Spiegel : who is Interested in security and \ 95 or I I car while the ; I stiU good MERCURY FORDOR 1946. radio. 1943 PACKARD Super dipper compare at ......_----.-_$ 093
r..f J'2 Or.n. dial _. I "ulrr. ba ance financed at 5% Rob Co Realtors 706 M.t.1: vancement C.I MIss Grant 2-4B32 f Shop around .eu.u here as s i heater airfoam seats teat eoven. I Almost new

A. Hue with Robert R Bldi 2-3269 _ _ ; others have done Central FlorI -! 229 N. Blvd DeLand Ph. 481-R_ PLYMOUTH 1941 Special Deluxe
AJnKUOrou. I may .
66. Sales Help Wanted
rry Realtor 1 W. W.sllioa 6174 | $ .O NE INCOME Per ,.a watt ; I, Ida Motors. I.. P. Hu.a Ph. 2-2424. I MERCURY 1941 4-door sedan 194 DE5OTO Custom Sedan. Almost 4 door good toottrng. naa*

.nat end Hat KGeorge i couple with 110.OOO and STENOGRAPHER I SALES MAN\OER-For car I 8PTCASHPAI for YOrrc Beautifu: car. Central Florida I new I Ilk- new ... ..... ..-.51$43
\ Kittredse Rcal17 i GROCERY-Meat market willing to operate an establIshedbusiness. RUT Mo'ors Jefferson and Garland
lust
.. prouc. d e 5 be sober 1941 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe
East Ceatral-: : ice cr..n. Stock frn:: A 5-room furnished homeis Experienced capable of assuming responsibilities ana honest ba"1 op ortan ty for Dealer:' 342 N. Orange Ave Phone Dial 2-2424 CHEVRCXXT-1K1 Town Sedan
Sedan
Paul "
N i ALOW or -small fun. er lot 50 1 1OO $2000 cash assume w,th me Gao uded F See Brass Realty U..1. C.w. Permanent resident I ruht man Bar 71 S-S:ar_. 514___ '! MOTORCYCLE' Famous Ulilbt..e.atat11&.5" I i A special at ....... ... --. SIRS

'.i.c Must accept A- 1.7 mogage: Corner of W. Cei!r E Saturday afternoons off Opportunity SttLESREPRESE'TATlVR-AppTonI-I GET CASH IN a MINUTES Any I "/ 120 miles per gallon: 1S41 CHEVROLET 2 door Sedan.

s .S at eewa payment Jim 8.\1 Curb and Ohio. 1 block outld. I _A"f.Ph2-JI$ for advancement CaI 2-4591 I ma. income $15 OOO year make or Starlmne-Alexander I bump erasing springs $355.iSSdswss. MERCURY 1109 club coupe.
n n _ _ _ BEST equipped market in heart of It I mo.1 D Vamer
10 months.
Phone balance
< !! O ando. $8*> per month Good nat cnal corporation Mat own Mo ors. 501 Ave Theta etc-cs>tst :5 'n a TO Hav guarantee see it drive it. and you wrlll

'',MOW .A.-I.tt Is a pt-! co for wholesale or retail. 3 mot1"! car and be free to travel Only 71,70 __ Inc 234_W Central- _ We pa: ca-h for used cars i buy n __... .. ..... MBvV
I .:e a. sales GRORY AND MEAT MAR'ETop stonzhs p..d An read to I SAL LDI&3 experienced young experienced .a:e>men nf-d app:y Prefer SELL OR TRADEusyour car Or- NASH-193" tudor sedan fair condit -
.S. .r ton aupsdy the T 1..lia. Well .QUIPle. t .d.nc. our Zinc n.d.-t wIh knowledge of auI Call 2-1154. Sunday business .
prou at tlt b usiness Wire or come to see "om.n sl man some anze BUll Co H D.n Ross. 53 oa. $250 WILLYS 141 Cope

I "'eJ HaInIRL. Realtor G\\. E rl.an stok Worth It I..s m. Ins \ Pine. wear chop S.I.r. 74 omml.ioD.SSt.r.SALE5LDYEsPr.ar.d Write I I I' tomobiles or one who is mechanIcallylorlined. N. 0 range Av. . 9W8 _ _ J. C MtKELLAR, INC. : dependable economtvaLI

Ar -.; 4237 ': 1:7. NEW STREAMLINED Bar and Restaurant .1.lfIC.UOn. Give fall details in first I I P m call 4646___ NASH-1941 4-door sedan Hag radIO I I clean _. .-...... _... ---1 605I
"'11 i letter P. 0 753 Orlando -
I LiatlfUS w.ntP'! I pre.rf B I I and overdrive. $32o down balance
KKPAaJ Floor surfacing business-Latest type Living quarters Included I PRIVATE PARTY will bus equIty on
.rll. t .rl. I' equipment including 2 trucks Now Comer 2 main highways Attractive :, The MUS.C SALESMAN iEAL-ETAT Man late model car Mr Bourne 440 15 mon'hs Jim Jernigaa Used Cars. I CHEVROLET-H toft skk.

S,.P-. r A netting 150'. of purchase price of i neon lighting Pf.r to cell Call Apply Box. Wirier Tuesday Park or aftr. .h car Best S Main S after 5 p m or Sunday 600 W central _ _ upaosdhoyat-
1 Kdgewaser Pb.N1ALTQW.spalsw. *-llt of John "
in Lots prospects
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: Elizabeth
66310. Chenanlt & d.a to.a. OLDsMOJItLE- Club coupe Radio
-.lb Jrnmnzs Smih. Realtors 6.2 N. Orange I SECRETARY for I.. offices EfTi, Henry 6 W. Church St 73. Used Cars for Sale Low mileaee Guns Used Cars. For*-1967 2 fioor rues g a
S.u.i room Beauty Shop.-One of Orange Avenue : 7234 I tROt in shorthand tpl" and Ph 655.WAN. i 142 N. Orange Are Phone 24814OLDSMOBILE hurry 33
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.?.B eM Ctans Broker.oluN i I ', best spots You will hate t" spelling.. Not over 4O 80 Metc.1 I AT ONCE-Man or woman III
t i ef MtVernoa 1947 convertible
\ is Corner
,.. Winter Park 015. act fait on Uu Price $1100CaH 61. Bank I.oans-ServIep' Bid*. customers for famousWatkins ALSTTN-$55 and as Bumby Avenue pink condition- Radio and hewt-

....\nW nave several I STENOGRAPHER Experienced and I .rcl in Orlardo Etl I I house 1 npr$2950 Can Miss Jackson 2-4361. \OUR PACKARD DEALER 400 N Orange Dial 4771J
I ,sib for II. and countrytertiea Jack Lockamr with C W. Walters -I FRT NATIONAL BANK maintains capable of t.nnbl\r; shorthand i lIaIsed buss brings $45 I ___ By
672 N. Orange, phone immediately Nt i BUICK-1942 Special Sedanet Jim i 1 PONTTAC-1940 convertible coape > 13SI
.. be aociaw I Realtor I estate mortgage loan department accurately and neatly hour weec average : m W. Central
... w. Broe. 8509 Re.. 2-6652. )I on 2nd floor to give you I i See Mrs Young Dr. P. Phillips Co. I Urge investment Call in pr. 9.0W I I Cumbie C.". 904 N. Or.ol 2- owner Can be seen at 133 lastI 342 N Orange A\e Phone 5147

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\ \. --- Germans Crackdown on Idlers


i I of all German were turned into coal by fca ...th
By GEORGE BOULTWOOD Re-repistration: I r r "PCdes
I HAMBUIIG Goimanv I AP? After cars in the British zone has been in the Ruhr. The coal ass lie '

many warnings! from British ordered to check ownership of carsacquired" on the local bla k market. lie 'am

finals that molt: must be doneto during the chaos of police raiders sad.: Lei
C \ cuib. black market activities --- -- .
;.. C \ and coifupuon instead of making capitulation and to transfer those How To HoldFALSE **

c.: further demands: on British and used only for pleasure to people ,

cam.; American taxpayers, the German who have essential work to per- 'i I I TEETH VOL. XXI

r i I administration is making a drive form. II More Firmly in
i
against "community parasites." Police raids on small Baltic resorts I j .. PU,
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I i I Do \Ourp! rr: a '"
I The drones and illegal profiteers produced the astonishing i Dot>ur fT-r 'pf'iMine a aiK"-
from the farmer Mho spectacle of Germans dancing m'I'I : when >o'i' cat' 1 in '-' ''all"t!
falsifies his crop returns to the luxuriously appointed private clubs' sprinkle! a l.f'f' FA- r1.F'! H GaJlar 16Fe

black marketeers, are being where only men wearing white plates* Thi- ilkaliiMholvi .- ac dl
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fate If' "
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hunted out and turned in. to ; at4 y
permitted .
\ dinner jackets were comfoitab'v' Nn j.
t \ The shrewdest blow has been D n' tl!:!
enter. Waiters carried nothing table ')r frcl.nl -. :c. !
struck by restrictions on mi.-," irtrr I hr<,ahl-:
imposing two( "pla'P )
SO!AND Jot CrLYTNFNTY less than 50 mark notes ., :
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It / $ MkIUrES: lAT 1va 1 1r the movement of all motor vehicles pounds. five shillings at the occupation FASTEETH SIIrt.tntfnel .

3 s :' cY, Itt.ME Sr Y TI+1 ATScz' t ytvIFtL. vehicle, especially: on weekends.travel No rate of exchange) be-
to
now is permitted
.&1 tJT ZgXEi oar.L Se cause they didn't need any smaller = t r
more than 30 kilometers I about
:Y'TrUhei rE FE&A I! / change.
I 18 miles I from the center of Ham- '
/-' I flying -
the harvest season
/ During
A VIRGINIA CARTERtabove[ ) burg. !i squads have been making; sur- MOVES MERCHANDISE E

GIRL 1314 Noble Ave a soloist at. This strikes directly at the prise visits to farms to check the Non-CI

Gi WANTE7f 'the First Presbyterian Church, :.!' friends bronzed who idlers have and wasted their petrol girl contents of farmers' barns againstthe they "I I ;II I In .

is a recent entry in the contest :!' bought with: scarce dollars in driv- are reports required of to estimated-hand in to yield collecting Average Val! llr' "..llte, I

0A to select the "Dinah Shore of ing powerful cars to beauty spots officials. I Past 6 Monthv 42.39J: '
f pfd and beaches in Schleswig-Holstein.
Central Florida" -- Count
rattle
being spon- Illegal/: slaughtering! ;
sored by Radio Station WHOO. i' I also has received considerable i

Miss Carter, 19, also sang with Greeks Plan official attention. W'-WJ
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i Walter Kimball over station Lueneburg police headquarters.
I Ir describing one raid said one farm 'Cafas
1 WDBO. i: r hand was found with 40 gold dollars TABLETS
--- I New Offense i iOn 320 dollar bills and 70,000 fOR I t ta
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Lowta Bought marks.
WITH LOUELLA
HOLLYWOOD O. PARSONS ,
LOST on Tim Wi Rudler ofa
Company I The money was the proceeds Huge I
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Aoatis > FinanceFIRST GuerrillasATHENS ring of farmers operating with A.r.aar.. .J4

InaslgreatLoa" Ir Offers Pest Control a coal trader. The farmers supplied ntaf.sell p n b.et..n walrlt, Plan A
Proper Settinq for New Film animals and bread which
D. n: it :: TAP! The Greek eov-
eminent drew plans; yesterday fat
Air Cu Service
a and To Orlando
B v a concerted: rime against:: all guer- S JT-T
NATIONAL BANK By LOUELLA O. PARSONSHOLLYWOODThe also representing her. and she will in alone. Another night at thetheater ullas in LIP north who do not WHAT IS
_tier 1 IX mi Insurtnc* Corparttloa decision to talk about an important role in Tierney was alone while Rudlor Exterminating Company surrender under the 30-day am- 7r\ nar -. f
film Richard the Lion Hearted an Virgin of the Gods. Vivi was devoting herself to Kru- offers home owners and' business nestlffl". ""an"r<

American movie in England, is Blanche is now married to Raymond ger. She and the attractive Kurt firms a complete pest control service With approval from the U. S .
Telex Hearing AidsIltBaenctratinnsSale.Service surprising in view of the general Hackett. writer and actor met when he was at Sun Valley either on a one-time or a Aid Mission of the Greek requestI : "cata '--')
confusion of the British market. and she, herself, has done very and at that time she saw a great 1 I I for an enlarged army. the Mn-: NGEL tn.; .
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I But I ask you how could this historical well on the New York stage in ,,, deal of him. monthly basis for ants, roaches, : isters of War. Air. Mai me and 7

..... w hid .tore oa[ alas Onto. twap.arntrot : saga of the English king These Endearing Young Charms ,, i rats, fleas, ticks, mice bedbugs, Public Order called a meeting to- tot':
a tour b.w..r aty apart- :; who led the Crusades, be filmed and other Broadway plays. She ; etc. i day with the chiefs of staff 1 lo: toa-
-at. anywhere else and have it authentic says she's lonesome for the sightof The Who's Who at West Point This service protects health the Armv. Air and Navy to de,toe MODULEGrandmothers to:. -.
I, took look at The as .
a Spirit of West
MrK.itbrrine BrownM1 ? old friends and she'd like to on the most efficient methods of
K.iM l ...%m.iii A'e.Orl..nd. I More than just filming it in make a picture. i' Point starring the Point's famous well as property at a nominal cost. applying the new military strength.: ReYr:!
Florida: England EdwardL. When nianche was married to touchdown, twins. Doc Blanchard J. Y. Rudler president has served to restore; order in the country tr-r* w t
Alperson and' :Mickey Xeilan. together they 'and Glenn Davis and let me hasten Orlando and Central Florida The government reportedly Blrsc i iI
Jack Junsmeypr turned out top productions. to tell you that the Army pass- for many years in this type of asked that the 130.000-tnan I! tenforrru. <
Gas on Stomach Jr., who are That was. the era of Gloria ed it without a single cut. claiming business and is well )known in this Army be increased by 70.000 youn2 Grandmothers: old, I I .. -
,
It..-...i.s.........r....AIo__,hark making it for Swanson. Norma Talmadge, and it to be the type of Americana section. regulars and 70.004 National Grandmother; with gran-lch.ldren nr.c day old.r :
When.t..r.V'mgrk.eid filUK palQful.Mlffurit. 20th. tell me theyhope W5 $ other glamor girls who will never needed today.Negotiations. I, The company has a five year Guardsmen, with the cost coming I Sft\ Grandmotners near-Grandmothp-. I I needs :oJ (
t......-_Muatack mud bellnbunl.&un wiuliypn.TirM. bonded for termite ""t Are to Ive>', by train plane and car man, r '
Ire fat4 Mt*rtiliff nrdlrtae* k...... fur to get some > be forgotten are on for BobHope i guaranty con- from the S300 million al- '!'jt coming : :
.mirtonutlcn-lbr.....'.. -..BiMlliUieiilllB'MKwrH. Mrijhu scenes in the + to be present at the West trol, this work being done under bird by the U.: S. Congress for : I aha :. 8
TJ- v tirtt-faf brtaa euakjrt laJutrurmurtib'UtetnuilwdMVtriCBiiMcirlurk n 1
XSa HolLand! con"s The Ingrid Bergman role in Point official preview and Harry Mr. Rudler"s personal supervision. aM to Greece.Informants GRANDMOTHERS' TEA : ve; .
BELL-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25* per mltunl Joan of Lorraine will be played Joe Brown the producer, is hope- Moth proofing and rat proofing said the National
(. by Luise Ramer when it opens in ful that it can be arranged. service is also offered. Mr. Rudler Guard would be stationed in towns lGr J SAT., OCT. 4th 'Irant. ;::lJ
The story of Detroit. October 6. And even Blanchard and Davis who will' invites anyone interested to call and villages under experienced officers ; i' pear .time t 4.,
Richard, the more interesting is that Brian receive $50.000 and a cut of the, him at 1-0753 or visit him at 143 and its duty would be to S3f to.:1:
good who picture are not allowed to play E. Church Street. fight the guerrillas. The Guard j
Donlevy will be in the Sam financed
Parsons seen I
Louf'lIa ttthe
in 118:1: professional l"e hl. form I" regl"lf'r now for a e3mphmentary m"itati"'i"" t9 '
I reigned Wanamaker and. incidentally. football. They remain would consist of members of thevillagers'
'- 1m. and led the Crusades, is i knownto part- ''in the Army as 2nd lieutenants tin. '' armed militia, which In' c a.crandmothers'\ tea and informal fashion show trj beheld orJ!
Brian will starlet and John
20 of republic
get
cent
every school child. When hp the gross. That's the per inducementheld : and will continue their military I Kerr of the frozen food family. will be disbanded, and new men on Ivej's :second Floor of r....... Saturday. October 4. s47. was .,'a.rd::

came back from the Crusades he out. careers. They are both enrolled at U.S.C. to be called up. era) lssrrlf

\ RHEUMATIC found his country in dire distress The much publicized Donlevysuit 1 I Jackie the Lion who has play- The number of the new men Name m...._.-.. ---.......... A I*.......__ f C'a: g:::;-
; and in the hands of racketeersordid to be called will the
d wu PAINS? they have racketeers in 1190? which Mrs. Donlevy asked be George Jessel and Edmund ed in 500 pictures and earned as extent of military depend equipment on Address ..mm .......__.......__._..__...._....... 017......._._____.._ betwrrr, r ,
reopened, goes to court in a week Gouldign. who collaborated in high as' $50.000 some years had a Pow,. .,

T""l-kl rrr t. boon relict<. tb..d..a. ..,rta. Tuck.We will Prince also see John Robin Will Hood.Scarlet Friar following a postponement requested "Nightmare Alley" as producer real birthday party on the Pine- ',I which the American government Number grandchildren'- your own-........-..........................- tail Q
firs the ., make available, the inform- :
..........!... c..>........ Other. iU lfc steels. ........mtmr*.. and all those beloved characters. by her. Brian hopes to get it' and director have gone a step fur- Thomas set of Cased Fury. Jackieis can ants adcrci.
found .1 ....11, .....ti.. !. .......... relief settled before he goes to Detroit. ] ther. Today they finished' the' 30 years old and he was given --- Prizes will be awarded tS tr *'
'r.m,,.fimfln.., b.ilt. .ld _. rr. mud other. i i theme song for the picture calledSo ice cream and a big cake Believe -- the following who win be disrmake -,

Turn"'.,. l.r r-r-P o.ed i...by.,. p..r H...blood,.. P'.d.et.e..ditl.nh. Blanche Sweet who in her hey- i The Humphrey Bogarts who That You May Know with Jes- it or not the jungle king who is IF VITAMINSDON'T present for the tea: Oldest a Aay..tM tOOrei.<< day was one of the screen's great- came to town for her birthday, | sel writing' the words and Goulding as tame as a kitten likes them grandmother: youngest grandmother .-
est artiSts Is to Holly- : grandmother: with tile pro::: oB I
returning
stopped in to say hello and we the music. both. BUCK YOU UPtry most grandchildren of berown YOWELL a
wood. October 1. She will be the .- r
K'OiimuiMm n
1 : u YE.tst had quite a talk. They start Key I Well both George and Eddie Rory Calhoun doesn't care who ; and the grandmother DREW
guest of Mrs. Marie Crisp, who .sQ'S Largo in November and both of i know their way around in music.I i, knows how smitten he is with Cor- NUXATED IRON coming: from the farthest Be"'l QL' :>

- ----- -- them 1 are very enthusiastic about I Eddie's :Mamzelle hit the Hit 'I mne Calvay, Paramount lovely. doesn't When help TOOT ear doctor,. he tees gtvrs. another yea!a median median amt Lk.. It. Florida town. fcignr.-: > !

the prospects of having John Hus- \ Parade and Georgie's Roses in '' Ethel Barrymore is reading th" .,... if Titarains don't bark yo. 'D. try the t'aPalais : ,
MODEr CXATED\ IRON: to buSt rrd
tamp pure fat
ton direct them. | December still is a best seller. 'I script of Look Homeward Angel color ia your bind For tail fd Mood hrtpn nunvf .
'-. Garland cleaners for the mother part. Very lucky .. a* to tifl lust won "I don't like the word genius .
I Snapshots of Hollywood collected t&hlrt far quite swliita. Cm them a I J* Wr .
I 0 ..... JI! much" said Bogey, "but he's a :; at random: i iI j, for Seymour Nebenzal if he's able triaL But aw.aty AI cbnIc&ed lID&La I&bd : <::1
!I to pet her. bow c;:::!
... 1u ads9t ,d$ut elM ;U-. genius-and lucky and eccentricas I What was that secret meeting I
--.: -. well. Tnt two latest Hollywood girls the Amrtrhp :
: : : Tommy Dorsey and his ex. Pat
-t[ Garland at Concord 1 Then Bogey went on to tell nv; 'I j Dane. had a few nights ago? ;.' to go in business are Mrs. Louis I .. :E> :
that all of the fishermen he knew i I I Stuart Barthelmess who took it Hayward and Mrs. Eddie Moran. at M Ma;-
have been trying for years to catcha hard when who have started an interior dec-
Sonja Henie decided he
j be fu;?;::rean j
marlin. Then John Huston came 1 too orating shop. They will do a new
was for
young her. is seeneverywhere
i to Catalian for a weekend as David 1 hotel at Palm Springs this Winter. b.v t..J:
in New York with Bet-
I
Selznick's guest and 'caught ty Ammidon. '' Maureen O'Hara is now wearing::!: .! t | r t BWfwS the ccaca twort
one in a few minutes. "Of course.it Dolores Moran has' canceled out braces on her upper teeth and on t ;) :;)
j \0 took him over an hour to land of the New York play Yellow Slip her it looks cute.Irrigation I nVfV?> iV ff!''* A r-r s lrrr.- *
'PARTY LINE I Genn dei.
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the fish and you never saw such
II per. She did not feel up to taken >r Jr Jt
jealousy among both the amateursand i such a strenuous engagement, although [ e ; --......._ ..... aid was c'
I the professional fishermen, she is much better. remove the
1 : Equipment ]
said Bogey ,I United States Senator Olin D. I f tom" +er i i which 'the!

HARMONY ried The three Bogarts will have been mar- Johnson of South Carolina. uncle; PIPESPRINKLERSPUMPS I tat # history for!
years next May and she I of Bill Moss JaneVither's fiances
certainly knows how to handle it ak
my will may ( <
arrive Saturday to attend th .
l ENGINESFOR t r
friend Mr. Bogart. I ORIENTAL RUGS t e
wedding. Sunday he will be enter- Ruccza an:1
I tained by writer Jimmy Mc-
song GROVES AND FARMS sphere ct t cltlclpaiso
-r Chatter in Hollywood: Something Hugh. with many Hollywood people
has happened to the Vii invtied. Free EOlln..nnl, ; S"r'ilce F o ,J
and D. t::np.wG
Stokes-Lawrence Tierney hectic Congratulations to Sy Bartlett fr p Season 1947 1948 Other a
romance. Vivi. who was with and Colonel Beirne" Lay Jr. Thnr DEnT j noting the
Larry in the early days when he new novel Twelve O'clock High anti # I ; t : t
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started his milk routine, and wasgiving will be on Harper's Spring publi- f _. LORD DA P IPE, r peal and IIter |

him every encouragement cation list. Darryl Zanuck is reading We have assembled again for the Fall' Carlo
is suddenly seen everywhere with it as a possible Tyrone Power I that tf hfc
Kurt Krueer.j vehicle. i s and Spring seasons, the most complete t bread wi'JJ)

KEEP CALLS I j I One night she was having din- I Very hot even for a California 1600 f..fe.OrrEirN.30wu.tno.PFor stock of Persian rugs to be seen in the months the I
; ner with Kurt when Larry walked September, between Janet Mar- I p i lion in I tail!
; calls This ---- ---- -- South.
Complete
quickly. I
BRIEF Robert til
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you the :l1c-ei: f
I and your party line neighbors. I' We have all sizes and weaves. All our mittee ego :

t Permanent Beauty you vw"want// rugs are priced at department store billions manage; o ct t\\

prices. change \

I I Our Very Own Baroness Cold WaveThe ') }sI I mand he said$19': C:

i You are urged to try these rugs in t let us c=::-|
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4 Be sure phone} Is placed Nearest Thing to Naturally Curly Hair \ ; trig bec1:

HANG UPCAREFULLY kAl gram wcu.JBritish:: ::
securely on hook after each l
call. Remember phone off 4, Just a few outstanding rugs are listed below: 1

the hook ties up an entire line. ,R TOn

P .* 8 x 10 [ ] Herez Ant
r approx. _____ $375.00 1 LONDON ,


\ at only tc 'i t t 9 x 12 [approx.] Herez ........._..__ $395.00 ., s missing Antarc";;c-i e

plane d::=:-1 l i.
i R etc., b; 9 x 12 [approx.] Lillehcm _._ $475.00 Margerite r|

$8.50 444 ; lands to t'..-.
; ( 9 x 12 [approx.] Hamadan __ $575.00 coast of Gi, [r j

Allow a little time between I Colonia) cr
calls to permit others to have GIVE OTHERS : 9 x 12 [approx.] Sarouk $700.00 men were .'.
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A CHANCE t.< e 9 x 12 [approx.] Kerman $1295.00 can ham expo Lar.ldestnatca.::

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