Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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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:*r'.thin",,ed vhick citrui.:,Yf9ftabl.production.,7s-i"cre,l ttt crop rad'ui 24 56, 92 per per per of cent cent cent Orlondo.of of Florida's Florida of Flor-the I utfj; : e tu1ba: en t tne 1 =i t Pages Page Post 8-11 27 7 Grove Theater Radio, !RantH P Pogt 23-29 9 31 30irott

'Tis a Privilege to Live in Central Florida-The 1 HorM's' Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Living .I '


; Citrus-For-Starving Hop s Boomed.I .

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u.s. Accused Of UN Sabotage By Russia

I Major Food Prices Fall Off as Buying Public Stands Pat

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Peril of High Come Next May Do We Get A Tip On The Derby? I GromykoSays \ Football Results i$18V2$ Million Aid


Costs SoundedFor rf Greek ProblemIs I Erskine Mississippi 19, 14 Rollins, Florida 9. 6. In Juices Urged

/ ,, A. ,..; North Carolina 14, Georgia 7.
/ / /// // / / / / ; ; I Tulane 21, Alabama 20.

Europe Bill :: / < Subterfuge'Dangerous It Vanderbilt 3, Northwestern 0. : By Cabinet Panel

# 411tPtJci'Y' I California 14, Navy 7.

White House ParleyTo / Path ; Army 13, Villanova 0. I Marshall, Harriman

I Ohio State 13 Missouri 7.
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Sift Emergency Being Followed'LAKE I Minnesota 7, Washington 6. Emphasize Food Help

; T- 5/t11 SUCCESS [AP] Rus- Duke 7, N. C. State 0. I Higher prices for canned

The price tags on major ; ?ia yesterday accused the ; Georgia Tech 27, Tennessee 0. I citrus were seen here yest iv

food items were lower at ; United States of attemptingto Indiana 17, Nebraska 0. day as a possible result 'of

many groceries and meat |I justify armed American intervention Maryland 19, South Carolina 13. 'I' a suggestion of the Cabinet

markets across the country II; in Greece and de- ; Wisconsin 32, Purdue 14. t Food Committee that citrus

-esterday-after the public j jf I I elated the United States was using Michigan 55, Michigan State 0. I juices be included with other itemsin

ot a quick taste of the tecordbih i i the Greek question to undermine I' adequate or short supply for 1
the UN. -- diversification of the Government
cost of eating and found it r
too bitter. I Soviet delegate Gromyko told food relief purchase pro

New Btres* on holding down U. (5 / / the United Nations Assembly's .. County Paces gram.

S. prices developed in Washington I 02 / / / / 55-nation political committee ina .'-.e.-. .-.- .:- -. "if the Government boys any

ftetterday in a report of 16 European / I.-.' ,. / bitter 66-minute attack on .7t Fight on Bar I appreciable amount of canned
_. all it will raise the -
advance .__ citrus at current
that American
nations any big "interference" that

will boost their (22.400mil- / the U. S. action "might cause Sales to YouthsOrlando price for grapefruit juke

Hen estimate for long range foreign / i I the collapse of the I'N." -i FLORIDA GRAPEFRUITPrice

KM. "The United States is ready to t and Orange County Hits $5.25

High price. particularly of b.- ... ,,. 0 41 V 7 i4c4ve / act in circumvention of the United are ahead of some parts of LAKELAND [AP] The first
tram and other food. figure': too / ; I 's l'f ; Nations if their Greek proposal shipment of Florida grapefruit
Florida in enforcing a ban on
In the coat of emergency hurry- q > / isn't accepted." Gromyko told the j grown in the Fort Myers area
Vp help for Europe. 7 : / sale of alcoholic beverages to'' brought prices averaging
delegates. He then added
w, _iwq ,1 $5.25 per box on the New York
Jim Black
Emergency aid is the top topic fully that the United States was minors Auction :Market. This New York

far Republican and Democratic .IL I\\ attempting to "justify armed U. S. Acting Police Chief J. C. Stone' shipment of a car of grapefruit
the forerunner of this season's -
last was
con.rf"'i"nallf'adf'n at a White intervention in Greece" and was agreed night. ;
Some 7,5*>O boxes
House, conference' tomorrow with following a "dangerous path." This was their reaction to Tallahassee I have new left crop.Florida by rail and

k.Fres. Truman and key Cabinet ( <: i I Gromyko rejected the proposal dispatches quoting JamesT. truck for out-of-State markets.

I tncmberv, % presented earlier by the United : Vocelle. State beverage director. i I
r With the problems of prices I States in a formal resolution and t as saying he had received com- alone by far more than 25 cents a
: I said R. T. {Bob] Carleton.
'and of preventing starvation and re-offered"a counter proposal absolving 1 plaints and was calling on his
Soviet satellites" of all' staff for increased alertness. general manager of the Piytawrth.
'Seriously Undernourished' | blame for Balkan disorders. Citrus Growers Assn.
The 1917 amended
Legislature -
WASHINGTON [lAP Sen. j In other UN
developments yesterday !
Last week New York reported
Flahder tR.-Vt.J raid yesterday I{ : SEN. J. HOWARD M'GRATH the beverage law to prohibit

,.?.. food prices hare ('limb..do high Greek Foreign Min. Tsaldaris [above] was selected as DemocratiC serving of alcoholic drinks, Including grapefruit juke selling at 73 to
In New York City and other called on U. S. Sec. of State Mar- j National Chairman to beer and wine to persons 80 cents for No. 2 cans and from
i large metropolitan areas that I -- ___ shall but a U. S. spokesman said ,| succeed Postmaster Gen. Rob under 21. $1.75 to SI.80 for 46-ounce eans.I .
I come white collar workers, and 1---- no mention '
was made of the re- Without indicating that money
|.low-salaried! job holders are port that Greece would ask the'ert E. Hannegan, whose resignation Chief Stone said Orlando has I
.. KEEPING PACE WITH THE would be available for anjr specified -
NATION'S INCOME announced ,
seriously I undernourished. U. S. for an additional $100 million |1 was yester had such a ban since passage
X'landeis has been directing pub- to finance enlargement of day. McGrath a Rhode Island three of ordinance percentage of the amount, the
i lie hearings by "Senate-IIouse Greek Government forces combat- Democrat said he would years ago an I President's committee printed a
he which also makes it
i sponsored
I subcommittee Investigating high ting guerrillas. i table showing that $184, mUllen
Florida Climb ceed the that
C'o..ts of food ; on theory my to take children of
and Factory Payrolls illegal
clothing. any
The U. I
--- I S. was reported ready i iI ( task is to re-elect Pres. Tru-! worth of citrus juice was estimated -
to support Argentina: CzechoSlovakia ; I I age into a bar. whether or not 1 be for
to in
ajvailaMe, export
munism from Western"Europe )
staling 1 __ A and Canada for seats! i! man. Gael Sullivan, executive they are served or for an adult
fitting together like a Jig 'of' V'TSO Y''J] 'Vaw I by Florida !i to purchase an alcoholic bever- The report Pres. Truman
puzzle tomorrow's White manu- the Assembly elects new mem-I j of the committee since given
!'House meeting and another Wed- marked increases'' I ben next man age to take out to a minor. anti signed by Secretary 0( Agriculture
Tuesday to replace roland
,tnesday. will hunt some of the Jews Tan! six-year period j Time Turns Australia and Brazil i last Feb. 12, resigned with "I don't think many violationsare I I Anderson, Secretary of
missing pieces. Florida's growing whose terms end Jan. 1. 1948. j Honnegon.I taking place in this county"
I State Marshall and
I"'Ve must save Europe to sove I II as a finished goods \i Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt challenged !I Secretary of
After FiihtJERUSALEM Back ? said Sheriff Black. "We have been
Today Commerce Harriman said
(Nineve.s.! is a warning sounded State Chamber of a Soviet Ukraine charge to :
here yesterday by Rep. E. Eugene said )yesterday. i trying to enforce: that law and. I "It 1 is< obvious that the United
I j United Nations
I I UPI ;= ,- ". Assembly's social Br-r-r-r
Some : ,' T-r A ?.r <} i
Cox [ID.-Ga.l I of almost I think, good job
See story on Page I every committee that American I we doing a pretty : States will have to put more
::.J Jewish illegal immigrants I Florida workers more Communities at home and RUTLAND Vt. [UP] of it." I
I in Europe are recruiting emphasis on shipments of food.
A pot check of representative j j I tempted to reach Palestine I than in 1940. the abroad return to standard time to- children for slave labor here. Snow fell here yester-- Vocelle said a first offense stuffs other than grain."
TJ. S. cities from coast to coast i i former American in most cases paid I
Army tank
day (Sunday! and millions of citizens -. day and the temperature would bring "disciplinary action."
disclosed that fresh meats butter : proportion of the '
wide in the
Reporting backing
ing craft were brought into i get back that extra hour of' The and that "subsequent! violationswill
or eggs or all three items were i 1 wage for the same Weather reached 10 degrees food mdustry for broadening of
down from the record retail price Harbor by British sailors last I shuteye they lost April 27. Stan- above zero. surely result" in revocation of the food purchase program. the
peaks in most sections. | after a bloody 20-minute I these national per dard time returns in most of the with AND VICINITYCloudy I the licence. I New York Journal of CommercesaId

In most places" the retail ;. sea in which one Jew was :I of dollar in- communities at 2 ajn. People will Partly showers today. specifically of citrus:
prices were only a few cents lower and seven wounded. \>' inflation and general i'i'set' their clocks back-and sleep an scattered cloudy showers.tomorrow Fresh to,moderately few 'Hot' Weather Tip Quints Reported I II Assuming purchase will be principally
than two weeks ago but in Two explosions rocked i: : everywhere would i extra 60 minutes. \ I I canned grapfruit juice,
some cities the slashes were I lem and touched off alarm into the (comparison I, About 650 cities and towns in I today. strong northeast winds Cooled BureauThose which has been a surplus item, the
much "harl'f'r.Howt'f"r. i for the first time in two found relative f'X- the United States. Canada and 19 j ji I by I Born in Russia comittee's recommendationwould

prices wer still climbIng I One blast was reported from I, nine of 12 basic in- i foreign countries obsen'ed daylight I;I ;: folks who talked about !I MOSCOW TAP! The newspaper provide for purchase of
on some foods in a few communities center of town and the I| time. Railroads, bus lines and ra- :!Cracker Jim Sez: how cool it'as yesterday missed:j Evening Moscow said yesterday I between 14 and 15 million cases of
I between the Damascus and two lumber industries dio stations which conformed to I quintuplets-three boys and two No. 2s."On.
Retailer market analysts and Gates. The four British workers earn a smaller I'I daylight schedules will change With that there wind a bio win ]I the boat. j| pirls.-had been born to a farm the basis of Commerce Department -
business research organizations zones in the Holy City were ;:, of the nation's wages their schedules accordingly. ,! outen the northwest its shore timei The Weather Bureau said last woman in the Buriat Mongolian : estimates. canners
spied that consumer resistance but all clear was at the end of the i the m wimmen night that it had recorded no Republic of the Soviet Union. A wholesale grocers and chains will
was a major factor in the de- minutes later.Britain The CofC labeled folks started git- 1 said the mother have on hand Nov. 1 [which nor-
dine of Dominican Republic ten them blanI t temperature lower than 70 Summer I dispatch was I marks the
;; the dire need Khonda Perendzapova of collective mally start of the new
Refusal of many housewives! to To Jake conservation prac- Ready for''Invasion' kets and quilts heat yesterday, whereas on I< farm. It reported that the i packing season) a carry-over of
buy the highest priced food itemsat I i out of them closets ID Thursday the mercury dropped to I children born "recently." all were I' 10.900.000 cases of all canned citrus
their stores caused a drop in From Palestine Soon 1 similar products rose CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Dominica -. they been 64. Difference in the way people normal and were progressing and from the 1946-47 pack.
tt;* wholeaate price level cent to 1.41 cent [AP I The Dominican Republic. j stored in ail
is per
LONDON I UP I Britain : felt was attributed to dampness.The !i that the mother was well. I "no"ever. early packing: in
new rewriting the retailer. which for two months has bet'nI Summer
manufacturing jump an put- k'
I icided to withdraw her ; Florida and increased
,, Dun and Bradstirt reported that to 8 76 per cent. insisting it is threatened by an : tin them on the d all-time low September canningin
troops from Palestine : California could take the
discrimination against high-priced United Nations take over or -- armed Communist invasion an- beds. Hits shore J reading for Orlando-50-goes Boy, 13, Draws Life I slack.: up
meats butter and eggs: continuedat a foreign office nounced yesterday it is in readiness j to be plumb chil-' goes back to 1910. :'
the" retail level and that sporadic spokesman : ", 'I to do battle in tine air and ly if fen that wind stays that way On Robbery Conviction "There is a strong poeeiteJihowever. ff

: resistance was generally dicted yesterday the and evacuation other sources will 5eri"I "" 7s II &g Sd ,I on the sea. | for moren a day. Squire Larkin I I PIKEVILLE. Ky. (API! Court attaches that the citrus Julc l |1 "
strong. enough to halt the spiral" within two .I Pres. Trujillo's secretary, Teles- says that weather" is plumb good Attlee Sees Economic I disclosed yesterday that gram may contemplate acqu "i J *

In some food lines. ,I ___months.___ 30 foro R. Calderon. issued a new for citrus and that it'll] sweeten Chaos in Reds' Attacks l Circuit Judge R. Monroe Fields I of large quantities of conc-en\J .
Pond sales however were heavier statement yesterday, once again up the fruit faster than them late Fnday imposed a life sentence citrus juice. generally utiliz* 1
than the week bfore with poultry U. S. Soldiers, ; 1947 asserting that soma 1.500 armed Prod youngsters can wash behin I LONDON [UP] Prime Mm. Att! at hard labor on 13-year-old !I foreign feeding during the w./, ....
cheese and inexpensive can- men from Latin American countries their ears. lee yesterday accused the Krem- j Crawford Casebolt convicted of ',: which event the effect upon canned -
ned meats in heavy demand the By Yugoslavs, Freed i Tlic Wed 7*.. Jrt Sat are poised in Cuba for the -t. I lin of attacking the U. S. and armed robbery. i i citrus supplies would be much
business research firm said. TRIESTE [1AP1 Three U.S. l I attack. Ii TODAY'S'TIDIESDayto..a Britain in order to divert the attention I i 1 less noticeable.
diers captives of the 1234 I .ac", and Pde. Smyrfta .ach, of the Russian people ; "Even if the entire purchase
Ttmioht's Movies I since Monday, were reported Dairen Under Tides: High 6:20: a m. and 6.39 pm. Low: I from their own economic troubles, Five Die in Train Wreck '(II ,I program covered canned citrus
7 8 10 II Reported 12 10 a m and 12 18 pm. I however. it is expected that the industry
MAC-RAM: Tt HapvvMd In Ik<*WB.HtWCY cially to have returned to the 9 Cocoa Beach Tide: Rich: 6 30 a m. and : adding-"I think the virulence of \I KAMLOOPS. B. C. rAP J Five
1." 3 21. S M. T 2S '.2'7 i! territory last night. They Russian Domination 6.49 p.m Low 12 23 ft m and 12.28 p m.S the attacks on the rest of the were killed and a sixth person in- could absorb this demand
TrawUtkM. 1 M. 3t* 5.16. Lt. 1 14 15 16 18 : .ba,tian Inlet Tide*: Huh: 6:25 a m. without undue disturbance of the
,:)I 532 Van Atten. East 17 I "world in the Soviet press is a jured at Angelsey B. C., yesterday -I
SEOUL. Korea [APJ J Dairen. and 6:44: p.m.; LOT; 12:15: a.m. and 12:23:; i "
CAaOO The 8aral StairrMe: 2 2i1 4 16. ange. N. J.: Pfc. Earl G. II p m. II measure of the difficulties the ;i in the derailment of a domestic market.
e.eoioirr.1'M p Ptoeta.:K 2.... 4 00. 00. 00.CI8AJID Jr., Arlmgton. Va.. and Pfc. 21 22 23 242; greatly and area shrunken is ruled by in a population Russian- i I Sun; PhallI; Biifs_ : '.16; ctti: 6:15.: Russian government is experiencing. -I Canadian National Railways
A. Meyer. Edgely. N. D. ." I I
i freight train.
: TIM ....-Off. 1 32. 3 37. 5.42. chosen Chinese government under br TJ S. Weather Bureau at I i --- --- ---,------ -- AND
7 47 552azai.io! the Russian military. the U. S. : Municipal Airport-
11 Rur M*d l lin>. :2 'a. 4:10.: i Maximum, TT: Minimum 70I DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen
T CLASSES TO BE 63D YEAR Consul Gen., H. M. Benninghoff: $10 WAGER DEATHBlonde's
M.. 10 17. OuaW 8tM Out. 1 on. 3 43 I 1. m. u --_ 75 1pm-------__ 75 BRINGS PLUNGE OF I
._ from that once thriving.Manchu- 3am.----- 73 i 211m ________ 7* order
merchandise -
-nw, Wo..t Beiet! ________ you
Me :3 3S nan seaport said yesterday. 3am. uunn 74 3 pm. 70
1:11. 9 ni a J.... Son. 2311. S 30 8 30 ; 4 am--------- 74 4pm. 71 from Orlando
MUVBMKDuttj: t Tavern.APOFKA Rollins S am--------- 75 5 p m. unn'n_____ 72 Wire 'Act' FatalMEMPHIS stores, specify qtriek, safedeli.ery
A Ukety StarrCUmMONT 6 amTh 6 pm. ________ 72 : I
TIle Famer'a Dauihter 7am--------- 75 i 7 p.m. _______ 72 by Sentinel-Star
.-LA: lID: Roaaanc* ol Roar Ridte : I Charter 5fN I am------- 75i i 8 pot. _--_____ 71 Express, the Jack Rabbit
t>ma alu* 90"1 sIo HisS Cot.qv.eu I .. ? Sam-------- 75 9pm. __ ____ 71 .
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IT'S 118 Miracle' on 34th 8t..tGROVIILAND' Rollins *- Ia-S. ___
this Summer will I _
College will s (/( h"''' 10 a a------ 76 10 pm. nu 71 riTPl Police said yesterday down her escort at the fairgrounds.But .
AINK8 CITY:The Hamrod Peifecl Marriage. doors for the 63d year when mid-October before i ServiceWIREPHONE35 cA' _. 11 Noon" am--------_-_n_ 76 77 Midmsbt 11 pm. ___nn______ 71 70TEMPEIIATUMES : that a $10 wager probably while the crowd watched her Florida schedule towns.for 41. .Central. Mer-
LAD WALKS The Per.lt of Paa'me dents report for the start Summer home at # inspired an attractive blonde
UMMmo That. War With Women. Fall term tomorrow. Conn. ELSEWHERE i mother. Mrs. Betty Matthews. 27. on the tight wire platform wit- chants telephone 6291 fer
FAD Marniftren RocneMOONT Asheville 62 47 Los Anielts 95 60 Agent to call for mer
DORA. run On a Week Tad= I Students began arriving in will undergo five I A'lanta 1'6 55 Louisville. 69 41 to climb up to a 50-foot high tight- nesses said they heard a youth remark chandise. ..
Hlth ANFOMV Cor.oue.'tVad alsn. RM-Srrrlt onlt\Were. PRINCESS SaredtVINTLR ter Park yesterday by car. i before class I Atlantic City 58 41 I' Meridian 82 61 wire platform before she pluneed: that "She's made her $10
Birmintnam 77 fit' Miami 86 73
GARDEN!' S'aliion Road OEM and plane with the Friday. They I \ Boston 57 37 Minn St Pau63 40 to her death in sight of a crowd of bet." Inspector P. M. Wiebengasaid
X (t..r .'1 Town pected to make their way ;I\- Chattanooga 74 57N' Orleans 82 74 frolicking fairground spectators. that either she made a bet
Wl.vriH HAVENRJTZ. : New Orleans; 1 today. Wednesday with re- WHITE Chicago 64 37 New York 59 43CI..I.lleI Witnesses said that the woman "took dare." and that she had '
oaA.; Sac CiMntia.lUKLAJTD t u den t s registering I I 61 33 / Philadelphia 61 36 I ;or a
: FOLK: HoiMrmoOD: : PALo | t'or the first time since I'I' 'Dallas 84 64 Phoenix 103 69o.nv..r had made an effort to walk i, been drinking-: Her husband was cntint1''tar0 ))
TraerDil AC : AJwd.sad. 15. Badataa a ao Dirk Pres. Hamilton Holt will TGRI FF1 NHoI 84 54 j I Richmond 61 40 I the tight wire. They thought reportedly in Atlanta.
ej LAKE 0 hl!>r ol tb and other newcomers Detroit 60 39 i St. Louis 67 44 \ "
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)I'Jf.. < *.. lit Vabdvrt'. Life on hand to greet them 3i" Duluth 54 31 San Antonio 89 61 that she was part of a fair- Mrs. Matthews landed on her E-XpE
,,no: "A tup.ns. DUvi :. red Lad a body for the first .Ai4u Houston 89 58 SanFrancicco M' 52 I "'fI' uti -
PI> r .1 w :.. *a Its Rio Grande row. The distinguished! I WS j Jacksonville! Ti 70 S.aMI. 7O 54 grounds entertaining group. back. She died without regaining =4I
eja fcir; j beat who has recovered from a Kauu City 76 52 Washington 61 41 Police were unable, to track consciousness. -

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Rep. I Lutheran Hour Returns To Radio Today Rollins Ope nine Commission Eyes


After Long TripBy The Lutheran Hour maucuiare m M-i.v'; : :" Frankfurt and Stutt-! r, '-W'c+- .-....]

its 15th season over the" air tona _.j-,: a"tp:: as many smaHeieommuruues Set T Tomorrow/ j WINTER GARDENC'v! Com ..
in a National hookup heard local
CHARLES M. MEISTER : In the zone. mission Monda'
over Station WLOF at 12 30 p m r.ght 'oc'k up the
[n-., < -"is :S""." S'r5"" .'.> = : During the efforts
-e new
!: !season major part of the
:3z Dr. Walter A. Maier. reuuiai: spsn reading
:; [Continued From Pace One]
Europe I Is in desperate need of ? speaker. returns for this broad- nil) be made to expand Lutheran ordinances and resolutions
Increased aid important to us! to
encirclement bv Red cast after a Summer" absence dm Hour broadcasting in Europe time Monday nieht.; They will be to financing: the extensive
prevent our
Russia but a special !<=r."inn of mg which guest speakers presided and the I'ar East. At presentthe Guests of the college; at a special city improvement pioeram. '

Congress before Nov. 15 to deal: ::1jI! it At the its Lutheran recent" Chicago Laymen'com league p n- broadcast i is heard over five dinner at the commons at 7 p. m. Presr-nt were" Chm W. B Burch.
tion. -
College officials stress that all new Clarence Thnmp-c.r. Ward Bntt'Roy
with the problem would be: prema of the broatK.i I ur.pv.un.tjtions| : Radio !Nor-
ture. Rep. E Eugene Cox. I ID -Ga 1 I I adopted. sponsor' a resolution that ;to." m.mdir. Radio Luxembourg.Radio students" are invited including Pulmer. r'.the:. A.1erson: and

Just back from investigating the broadcast this Fall should o Munte Carlo. Innsbruck those living off campus. City AmRopers sro, Krklan.!
Following the students will After the r-ir.T.c; ; ar.H adoptionfor
situation: said here yesterday. n"rnbirn.ustria: andover
heard over a 1000 stations. j p. -
Most!" members of his committee vided that the necessary nwall> fuse Chinese stations: gather in the Student Center to minutes of pre-, ..omeetings.
< j meet members of the administra- routine busIness! ;:; r: !transacted'and
still are In Europe. and other are available for the purpose Shanghai. hunmin Cbunlkin jPel a
committees are workinp on pertinent During May. June and July DI .5 ping:. and Canton. > live staff and student officials the meeting 'a.mourned to
'.. who will instruct them in the traditions meet in sperja! "%-.
reports which will not h. Maier traveled through the Amp- < \ Branch offices have sr ; Tuesday

ready before mid-November the can zone of occupation in ( ?''. I... 'I "d<; one in London. Eng- of Rollins. A "sing" will night for the pup: <->-r .f re\;;sng:;: [
.. the Rev. E. complete the day. the" reeistrauonoter, : .
Georgia Coneresmanaid.: many as a technical adviser t to" nt & : George remo..mg -
He was interviewed' at Shore United States Military Oon- I i ; '-.( other in Hankow. Tuesday new students will take the narr... r." ehsible: to
Acres the Lake Sue home of Mrs ment in the field of education sun ., S\ .- .t iie Rev. Paul Krey- English placement tests meet with vote in the c. p', r. No-.. 7.

C. C. Batey. to which he rame to religious affairs. He" visited B.n .:: ;,,,: P. student deans and faculty ad- j l

see his son. Lamar P. Cox. and --- --
the latter's wife. Mrs. Bat.n-'s -- I for the entire group at 10:30: fragrant muffins --neerbread..

dauchter. The younger' Coxes recently ;Aliss Sa/niders' Mrs. Hester a.m. in the Annie Russell Theater. fresh from the (1\"n to work

were injured in an automobile DR. WALTER A MAIER when Dr. Wendell C. Stone will wonders with a meal! They will

accident. on aIr today. make a breakfa heart Thev.iovershadow :
"I caw more old men's e>e-s In Wedding Told! EntertainsAt speak.The day will close with a picnic a remnant.s.pppr and

children's fares in Europe thanI cupper for all students and bring easer! eyes: to any meal."
thought could exist in the _. --- -- -- -
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whole world Rep.. TOT said. ThompsonReEnlists Lecsburg
TAVARES-Mr. and Mrs. FrankD i iLEESBURG Buses will leave Student Centerfor
"It is not proposed to put: Europe \ the Spring at 4:50 p.m. and OIL
Saunders of Inverness
announce :I- to T-*> S Seif.'ie'-Star]
on the dole. he adtif'd'h t >eci noy
served at 6:15i
UIP marriage of their daughter supper will be SPACE HEATERS
we must do is to help Europe help i -Mrs. F. C. Hester
herself. Credits will be exteiided! Got ey, to Robert A. Brecken-i i entertained members of the TEL''i p.m. QUAKE COLEMAN. SUPEHFLAM*

upon rea onable assurance of! re- ridge son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. class. First Baptist Church. at her Additional conferences and tests 30 Go! Table Top
Brei-nenndge." of Tavares. i; In Service will occupy the freshmen's time
payment. I II home on West Main St. Mrs. R. Electric Water Hcaferi
Congress is come to move deliberately The ceremony took place in the i : _. ,... .. E. Foreman conducted the business for the balance of Orientation Oil, Floor Furnaces
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and not be stampededby home of the bride's parents at 3 : session. and Miss Dell Mc- Week. City Gas Floor FIInacelMeliafe
those! representing other departments p m Sept.' 1 with the Rev. ThomasG I WINTER GARDEN NormanLee Clelland led devotional service. .

of the government:; '.11< Mitchell. pastor of the First i Thompson has re-enlisted with I I Miss McClelland was elected ''''/ / Delivery
: Me the Army Air Forces and is sta- for the Gibson !
have a part to play in deciding: : nodist Church. officiating in president coming year. ORLANDOAPPLIANCE
the tioned in Orlando. He holds the Other officers the Mmes.
what is best!" for us to do. presence of the immediate were
"The weakness! of our international families. j rank of staff sergeant. Mrs. Foreman. W. J. LeB ane. Dooley Confined CO., INC.

position has been lareeiv The bride given in marriage by, Thompson. Carol and Norman Lee and H. L. Goodwin vice-presi thoi-'Md Hot pOint Sa''*. ten .

due to two causes the tOO-I apct: AMERICAN SECURITY de-nonds that Europe be saved from ne father. chose a grey gabardine Jr. will move to Orlando soon. dents; Mrs. E. W. Mathews secretary tic] N O- 'nore
demobilization of our armed force> suit with black accessories.] Mr. and Mrs. Ean Peck of Day- ; Mrs. H. F. Carpenter.. assist- To Pn."n I.T anrt ; t '4QUIET

tad our appeasment of Russia to Soviet dnrpinat' on. Rep E Eugene Cox Georgia Congressman An orchid formed her shoulder ton. Tenn.. are announcing the ant secretary; Mrs. J. A. Boyd. Hospital

the point of giving her the upper said here yesterday. He is shown above with his daughter-in- corsage. ., birth of a daughter Bai bara Gail. treasurer: the Mmes. A. W. Hester ,, '- T.C. -c; ,. 5-- '.5'-"

hand. law, Mrs. Lamar P Cox, at the Lake Sue home of Mrs. C. C. Mrs. Breckenridge. a native of Sept. 12. Mrs. Peck is the former Nettie Mauney and F. C. lies- ., :p- :
These officers MOUNT DORA The Rev
Miss Lillian ter. group captains.
"All Europe including England.bvea I ,
Batey Mrs. Cox's mother. Inverness. graduated from Citrus
i i will be installed at the October Gibson is confined to th! "
in mortal fear of Russia. and -- High School and attended' Florida Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Downes of George
hould we falter in the expressed!! <:- I State College in Tallahassee for 1 Ft. Lauderdale are announcing the class meeting. Orange Memorial Hospital Or-

determination to stop the further I spread of Soviet control all will go i I Lafler three years. I: birth of a daughter. Marianne Page. Regular meeting of Leesburg lando due to an operation.Mrs. .
to the extreme left. j, :Mrs. Downes. Sept. 25. Mrs. Downes is Rebekah Lodge was held in Odd
Mr. Breckenridee is a native of Otis Hale has returned to
I Fellows' Hall. with Mrs. Daisy
: Telex Hearing AidsDcmonstrationsSaIcsSerice I "With this happening it would Kansas City. Mo.. moving to Flor- j 1 I the former Miss Bobley Jo Hender- ,: Preston. noble grand. presiding. her duties in Dr. C. M. Tyre's of-

not be long before we would be i iI I, Hostess To ida at an early age. He attended son. j'I Reports from acting secretary fice.

:I completely encircled by Russia. If Tarares schools and graduated Welfare League will open its Mrs. Louise Listen and treasurer. I

hubs .. ..." .**.. .._ vt'_ ..nt. f rat from Orlando High School. He session with a buffet supper at the Mrs. Bertha Galbreath. were given. Mr. and Mr*. Louis Golly ha :.
......... la >...t I.... ar at .p &, rtMri. I Russia should succeed in consolidating Service Guild served three years in the Naval Edgewater Hotel dining room tonight Twenty-two members and one visitor returned to Belmont Heights after

.1.t the rest of the world I Air Forces and was stationed at | at 5 p.m. Arrangements are : were present. visiting Auburn. N. Y. Mr. and

Katherine Brow against us we will soon be digging [tSre-1; 'o T-. Su<-a=, Set ne-ScrJ! :: ] Puerto Rico for a year. At presenthe | being made by Mrs. Tom Cox and Following the business meeting.a .
II' Ea: Amelia A e.Orlasda. Mrs. W. C. Jeremiah. also of Belmont ;
Florida I up the gold we have buried at Fort LEESBURG Mrs. Ross Lafler Is attending Florida State Unii her committee. social hour was enjoyed and refreshments Heights have returned from

Knox. was hostess to the Wesleyan Service I i i, versity in Tallahassee where they First meeting of the new school served by Mrs. Cora

ENLARGED FACILITIEST. |I "The problem of Europe Is Guild of the Morrison Memorial ;:i will reside. year for Tildenville Brownie Troop Shaddick. and Mrs. Jean Acton. Ohio.Mr.. and Mrs. E. B. Guilford are
I I will be held tomorrow at 3:30: p.m. Miss Dorothy Rowley and Miss
Sene Tea Better both political and economic Methodist Church Monday.The Apopka! High ; in the Brownie room. Tildenville Maxine Green led a program of again in their Belmon Heights
I home after spending the Summerin
b Oar New Location more political than economic.> Rev. J. M. McLeod was pres- ] school. games.

U Alexander ORLANDOTRANSFER Place I I upon Emphasis reform is rather still being than! placed recovery. ent for opening of the program Students Name There is to be a fly-up ceremony Mr. and Beach Mrs. W. B. Trealor this of Mr.the North.and Mrs. Carl S. Graves !

and outlined plans for the series of for Brownies who are to go Daytona are spending and children are in Leom nster.
weekend here with her mother.
| into advanced scoutine conducted
meetings that begin Oct. 5.
TEIUII "That Europe can not RO Class Leaders I| by Mrs. Hartman Miller. Brownie Mrs. H. S. Budd. and sister. Miss Mass. Hear EvenWHISPERS
through the coming Winter with- Miss Louise Adams vice president Hilda Budd. Trealor is a former The Misses Doris Harding. Gladys

-- -- out outside help is admitted. but presided in the absence of r5-", .. .? Te 5 ..? c.: .. ., o,.,, | leader Horns te in.i assisted. by Mrs. Louis ,, principal of Leesburg schools.Mr. Irene Crane. Dorothy Eckholdtand

that the duty rests upon the needed Miss Hattie Miller. Mrs. E. L. Key- APOPKA Students in Apopka I and Mrs. J. H. Pegram and Jackie Ober left recently for

I relief is denied. We must approach kendall led the devotional service. High School have held organization -i First meeting of the .recentlyi granddaughter Mary Leigh Lis- Tallahassee where they will attend Beltonr'i unmatched betterneartnc I
Miss Adams conducted the i! organized' Girl Scouts troop will performance it one
Don for the problem from a different pro- meetings and elected class officers ton. returned Wednesday from Flonda State University.Mr.
) or a iocs anmercenc standpoint. The question that gram. The Child and His Educa- as follows: j I meet Tuesday at 5:30: pjn. with Winnipeg Canada. and Mrs. George Keller have such reason iihv curpa.uflg Beltone: leadershIp hn *on "'

to d.tel'e. nhether '-. we must decide is what is best for tion TOday. assisted by Mrs. Laf- the Scout leader. Miss Mary Ruth Mrs. H. E. Barcus and daughter returned from North Carolina. n\rr all other one-unit ...ar-
TiM your insurance pr.i- us. Watkins. Mrs. G. A. Sturchio and Senior Class: Charles Bateman 1 Hell and her assistant. Miss Bar- Sara returned Sunday from inc aid-. For instance here't .
eie. lI.ve kept pace with Jr.. president: Julia Haynes. vice bara Miller. The troop will meet Dr. and Mrs. Glendy Sadler will lust one feature contributing \
ler. Miss Violet Evans, Miss Statia i Northern Florida and Alabama.Mr.
this fa I)1d' c a "My examination of the question week fora
> .n&Ir.1 >r.aBrmfirf to North Carolina next : Brltone's, better bearing.
them. to us now tara convinces me that our own national Mrs. Mel Williams. Plans were j president; Jacqueline Davis secretary -: at the Legion Hall and from there and Mrs. E. B. Peter returned go o. Due to "Beltone'v exclusive "
n>inpr he".tv. tunic> ..,J.III1lLB security would be greatly made for the brotherhood supper ]I : Vernice Lee. treasurer. j, will be conveyed to Ropers' Camp Monday from Asheville N. C. --- -- "ffToatinjt"; microphone mount- .
cost uu '. ..:._-_: 10th-Sonja Meyer president; Lake Butler. wiener and of there less ambient I
endangered" should we fail to extend Oct. 8. Mrs. Sandy Pike will be on A roast Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morrison in: i
Bill Huggins. vice president: Flor- picnic will be enjoyed Clearwater are visiting their DANCING? pone transmitted to tile ear
hostess. supper HOW'S YOUR
such aid as may be !given 1 I h That proxtdmit a muck
ence Hart. secretary: Lavoy John- around the fire. Plans and dauahter. Mrs. Harry Barcus. and
without imposing too great a strain camp Free Guest Lesson; and more quiet clearer full toned I
Ollac.AcEY O [ upon our own financial stability. : son. treasurer. programs for the year will be discussed family. and caring for Carol and Dance Analysis strain-free beannc i while Mr. and Mrs. effrrlixeo. can even bear
P-TA 9-A and adopted. Ray Barcus.
Carolyn Collins.
"Germany is the core of the Apopka president; Hou.. -- !5O"T;' !10 P :M whispers! Another tail B\
GLNERAlINSURANCZ European problem. There can be '\Imogene Lee. vice president; Guest speakers at Lakeview as- Barcus enjoy a trip to Washington. JANE DICKSON Rrl'one'ur......"full application ( I

no stabilized Europe in the absenceof : Janette Lazarus secretary; Carol | sembly Friday were William Wells D. C. Studio of Ballrom Dancing nf -Peak Clipper. ya
1111 OUKE M. MOM! *1M Year'sActirities Elrod. treasurer. secretary of Chamber" of Commerce Mrs. R. F. E. Cooke. Woman's don't need a 'noIse s.ppcrssor" -
revitalized Begins I
a Germany. 29 W. Central Ph. Z- 42*
Germany begs for credit not I 9-B-Pete Whitehead president; I and Ralph Grassfield.The Club president. has requested all lone with bearinz* Reltone is comfortable Bel-

*_*_*_* * * gifts and if reasonable aid is Robert Griffin vice president; I new barber shop here opened members of committees for the ------ -- -- heann at all times, In all
extended and some freedom of 'j Nancy Daniels secreatry; Melvin |, for business in its new building Fashion Show to meet in the Recreation places. Be tare with BeltnieTHE

Dial 2-37431: operation granted she will rebuild 'I I McGuire treasurer. Ion Boyd St. Thursday. Bland. Center room next Tuesday Have Your AutoSTEAM.GREASED fI"' .Ii"'T MKKIK8' *,IO
rre' -)i ''ry T. S.r.c.t\; : Se..e'ro.-l. Brantley and Scott in charge. I at 10 a.m. The Fashion Show
the country and becomeour are
I 8-A-David Burke president; will be Oct. 15.: CHOSEN ABOVE: ALL CTHt:** 1
Vt"MlfT" given
Orla. Pioneer asset rather than a liabilityto APOPKA-Mrs. W. LeRoy Tray-
neen Morton vice president; Bernice I For friendly-cheer. Mrs. M. B. Hooks has returned :Motor and chassis M
new to
the United States ... .. __
and the lor. president of the Apopka Stubbs. Charles. c. for F 0. -
secretary SO
>> world. ; try serving coffee cakes with their after visiting her daughter. Mrs.E. steam cleaned and I Mrd .... IrM <...,,,tlM, _M. *. '
Parent-Teachers Assn.. presided at Whitney treasurer. wonderful fillings and toppings. L. Carter and family in Tampa. lubricated complete itri'fjt.oTi., Bate.lsbis. .. h* ..
: ELECTRIC CLOCKS :, i "If Germany Is lost. then the the first regular meeting" and reception 8-B-Jeanette Seieler.: president; I' You'll be serving them for special Mrs. Drennon Browne and son ..st all nikn if ftfartef .,ft. ,

I Westclox Trlechron whole of Europe is cone and with Doyle Sherrod. ice president: breakfasts. for supper. for Sunday: Denny have returned from Lake AUTO SUN VISORS
for teachers Monday: in the
4 >>, Europe pone:; it will l not be Ions Maylan Taylor. secretary; Gilbert nicht. for desserts.: They makea Worth. E. C. BLEAU; I

: before we will l find ourselves con- school auditorium.H. Clovis treasurer. I little sugar; taste plenty sweet. I Mrs. Harry Wickham has returned 19.95
AMANA :. fronted by a hostile world. So we A. MacDougle. director of -- --- to Long Island. N. Y. after CLIXTOXE SPRAT WAXING Beltone Hearing

DEEP FREEZECONTRACTORS >>. must save Europe?' music. accompanied by Mrs. V. A. visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 10.00 ANY CAR Service j
Lasts Three Times Longer
R. O. Bowden.
a: Horticulturists of the U. S. Department Stewart led In singing. Winter Garden Miss Peggy! Joyce Rutherford. Rooms 1C i-1 11 Phrie 2-3" 7
ii a Plans Ed
4 V. MILL IT. COLON! ULTOWN' .. of Agriculture say there I Devotion was given by the Rev. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mayo'sI S W. Church! St.. Orlando.: J1a.

are 38 species of blueberry nativeto Robert Leiner. Plymouth Baptist i Rutherford. has entered Southern 101 N. Slain St. Ph. 9782
41 4 . different I
4 parts of the country. "
i in New Orleans.
Church. Baptist Hospital i
_u_ __ I I _
Roger Williams. principal. intro- Campaign for CofC
duced teachers.
ADD THIS TO YOUR Mrs. W. B. Coding was elected.

treasurer" to succeed Mrs. R. G. Pitman j rSr- -' '? T.. 5--: Se'l 1

PIANO AND THE FUN Jr., who asked to be relievedof WINTER GARDEN-More than 300 business men and

her duties as treasurer of the women are engaged in an Intensive campaign to organize

BEGINS local unit. I I a modern Chamber of Commerce based upon a stream-

The Future Begins Today was' lined program for work designed to meet problems of
theme for the outlined by
year as
expansion and development of the
Mrs. Hugo Pilat. program chair- -
This work is under general

man.Announcement chairmanship of J. S. Fairchild. !
of the 24th An- diversified. A. D. Mims. chairman.
president of the First j
nual Convention of the Florida, Outstanding! event of the reorganization -
Bank. by officers and di-i
Congress at St. Petersburg m No- rectors of the campaign 1% the
I Chamber. of which I
vember was made by Mrs. Giilen, Morris D. Parker is president. I( first annual organization dinner I
McClure. State Safety Chairman. : set Thursday Oct. 2. In American -
and in response to the suggestion, A series of seven business con- Legion Home. The speaker 1

by Mrs. McClure. the local unit, ferences beginning Monday at | will discuss place and purpose of

010"01.l voted to send two delegates.The 10:30: a.m. and ending Wednesday I the Chamber and the organizations -
noon of next week highlight the, SEEKING ADVICE ?
reception for teachers followed I relationship to Individual .
the business meeting with I preliminary educational phase of business interest.At .

Mrs. H. E. Smith. assisted by Mrs. the expansion campaign. At these this dinner the membership j
business clinics for work .
*aM M na Multi Of fl NAMBOID OUA* T. L. Smith and Mrs. Hugo Pilat,. will be analyzed program and discussed. campaign t$ finance the expanded Start Saving

in charge of refreshments. program for work will be launched.All .
7b Each of the 300 business men and I
I here fir uoutbSEEHEAR women asked for constructive members of the Chamber of
l China, Glass, Pottery, Lamps criticism and suggestions. I Commerce and all interested in

AND PLAY and Giftware "When we shall have completed j I progress and development of Winter Save regularly, while you earn and while! you're young.: Deprs t Jr
Garden are invited to attend.
Open Stock Dinner Ware these; meetings believewe
we -- -- -- -- -- savings in on account with and tt'r-.: : chance cc"" :.. ..I'
solo1. will have a composite opinionof us \ our bg es. v
"Ploy a trumpet Service for 6, $7.85 up
the citizenship of Winter Garden T. N. T.
,. T.aienuc't from one of THE CHINA MART as to purpose and scope of Yes be able to make the most of it.
Sir those little Sen-
l' e cd to VTJU play it on work for 'the Chamber of Commerce -
Hue Sv \ox the exeitmg rnu- 441-443 N. Oraace A.e. TeL Z22SOpen ." commented Fairchild. tinel-Star Want-Ads are i
cal rt racle That adds mtr -
L ...ne'ral tolos to your piara To give continuity to the discussions lust loaded with results. It 1 Save the First Fcderal dollar
tvay one opens an
I pjMTgV the listed business men just takes a phone call to !
i.ui cei.n. clarinet trumpet and women have been divided into
i- -and the tones of many Monday EvenhtgsWARREN'S an experienced ad taker to
general classified Confer-
I ._. groups. account today.
;--- Itiwr instrument ,They re
ail \ urs' Play them on thma'.l ences will begin with the retail' explode your business intoa

kr\board of the Soirvvox and wholesale group of which moneymaker.Dial .
mith jour right hand.r Clarence E. Thompson is chair-
I rule >our left hand pU>s, 4161 1
th usual piano aecompani- Winter Park Phone 68 man. Dividend Rate2V2

\ men* Succeeding meetings are as follows Ak Want-Ads
\, It lots more fun than play- real
: : estate. finance. utility
I inn the piano atone!
and Insurance Lee A. Grimes.
\ And even if your piano-
or- p1a>inf ia limited to a few chairman: citrus. agriculture and % Per annum
,>i\i mple: chord or a tea tunes Industry Ted Cloud. chairman: I
'Ciby ear-the Solovox adds suii READ"House hotels. restaurants. apartments. .
\-a variety of musical effects
that it makes your music W. R. Harrell. chairman: automotive and salesmanager'with

sound iweli! Beautiful" building and construcion.P. present' company for eizlr .

H. Britt Jr.. chairman: profes- year;:; desires change as city or .
COME IN AND TRY TODAY Subscription Rates sional. J. B. Rodgers. chairman: territorial salesman for pro-
First Ass'nof
gressive that offers Federal Loan
1 sear 5.00 2 years 7.50 company Savings &
SOUTH ln 3 years 10.00 The Finest To Be Had good future. Age 37. 18 years
sales experience. 1946 automo-
Mail! check money order or AUTO PAINTING bile.
klamps to Orlando
-h ; i "for hat NEW CAR LOOK
232 N. Orange I SAM JONES An Interview appreciated. 50 East Pine At Court St. Telephone 4191

f(/UJ4"tC, O. Box 788. Orlando"An 1 PAINT AND BODY SHOP j
Phone 8671 S.W. Cor. Garland and Jefferson
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i Page 4 mrr! miiu &mtb1rt- 'tar Orlando, Florida, September 28, 1947': PAUL GALLICO REGALES THE GELS I II If


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nut: tn rnx t.'n ti I i I t vlc
Guard Unit Launches Recruiting Drive
FI1IF' f'\-.PH; 110'
4.J Film On Trade Hausfrau One Long Trial

'Pa. ta n: :".- 1'n .
"" a. the lo i Vr.'T.al Gad< : combat \eteian of the last \\ar. is terday. This is the catch word : By PAUL GAlLiCODEVOl'SHIREIt
t i';. 'n b> ar' '. .,'f' Gfm ht b :n.In exten>i\e and renew at the DaIS Armoryon a man-a-minute into the merce is planning to bring to Or- :'
cammcn::: to ti'l :'-- ranks! for the the exhibition sround for rec- National Guard. There are 88.- ; lando and Central Florida in the clientele will excuse me today", this article is strictly for-!

o'4"t'tJon" of c.--mmunt: State osriMon by the Department of 888 minutes between Sept. 16 near future a Twentieth Century !{ the ladies of the family. Though, obliquely, I have the

mud nation: National:: Defense. and Nov 16. during which time Fund documentary film entitled j j male interest at heart for my purpose in regaling the I
Cnmpamr K Battalion: 124th "Operation 88.888" is now in Government otiicials hope t* ; Roung Trip: The USA in World eels with the horrors of housekeeping in merrie England. .
-- -- --- bring thd j Guard to full strength. !!Trade according to Robert J. -
this day and is not only to::
; ape
man wh
The oai-h >
:n < Bishop. JayCee national vice-
Why \of Hide On ; amuse and instruct. but perchance j
hrr.in the mn>: u-cruits! will betb. president.i ; 'i pretty chump in two 'Ht'ks'lth
.- u.r.n-r ':u<' .t of Pre". Trumaat.d The film shows the people of .'to make them a little more con- ,! the laundry problem. To send it
Glean Cool and Comfortable with !h.m ivund t, the Army the t'nited States are paying tented with their lot. I j out is sheer murder. It romps s
Nt'.y: loot balla: me. The four out billions of dollars extra al' No housekeeper I. but a witness 1 j i back looking as though it had been
sear for goods which could be to the anguish of the Little Woman :: slept I in and then fought over.

SEAT COVERS $185c l' produced more efficiently and as she strut:;::!Irs with life in an Tpdon! use a hot iron for tn Two GILeat" New
C cheaply abroad. Bishop said. j j Enlish countryhome i' prisms because they haven't gota
:d These things should be imported I would :-.v hot irons. And to do it at
test w.'a' we?' And I'p 1 G |I while the U. S. concentrates on pass alone the :. me well by the time you have
Fns THl. III nwix .WHO r \R'.!> ten t1''i Piast.c: Cuvs.. 9 agricultural and industrial products details to > ou s<> ; -._Led with the hot water the
:i. \f ti ..t j l ct ,automobile:
e. 1. : e.: "Jr jour that
it can turn out more efficient eiery "U'! :the drying and the ironing! iH.VER I
15.) no. a.1 .r> 1
1U ; according to Dr. Winfield W. ,l you see an Am- rem p ;ti, i m'ou have gone gray-
Bat The Cloud I
vC. H-.nMhmp
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Hiefler of the Institute of Advanced ,Vncan flat; f.\-: 'i: and your linens just plain
OMAN*O SEAT COVER & SUPPLY COMPANY .: Study. Princeton who is mg. you may ..:. .

IM \\" jshinctixi: St. Tel. 8454 featured in the film. | pause and raise, Thr food shortages are something HISS I

I three cheeis.Cookinp. else again, but irrespective 44 i
f s c&wn
o i k
of not
fl having enough to
iinncr-ps; : :n Florida will dinev..th ; Capt Carroll instance is done eat. consider. the blessings' of '- \\\\\ : cr i
WELCOME CENTRAL FLORIDA :. Go:. MUlard Caldwell and 'Ion a gas range having to try to bake without c
join him at the Oran e Bowl gamin : ( 'when there '1"< Galliro .shortening frv without fats and
ink nur l.. torand wb.a !," m-,rr h.'u rur '.101.--t<. lnoerprine: Mlif. *. :\lu:".: All:: expenses will but (; Visitor HereCapt gas What do I rook without butter. r6e Hoover inpe-Ac/ion(
,n"I.,,'. 'i U'\ "i .. h n nor iI.J\\\lJ! beds and :ou!.. .' Cleaner
.. Is
sa .. . jad. i.uihm nduig officer re mean when there i is anlit! -=--- ash exdue
d. 1 k !II d. I i. te bri' > 'U runi \ Things are forever going bust ... .. .
. vealed.Piv: JdMph" R Canoll. pilot of ; there or tint uicie'V.' ; it "" ". "p,,,It" ....joltaJon (II
r:::1t i. x i Rt. K : i. %n .M r 'c m C uu.il Fiurda'SLEEP in British! homes electric KT ""'-
Ii:. B-L'9! City of Oiianao. which i vanes according: to the ut'I! supply + beats jit r t 'lte.p' ..
fur each
; drill quirk ro- boxesacuum cleaners washing ) )
IN COMFORT"to fur I jvituip.i'-. : i in the fmhtin o\er the amount nt .as in : tots:':c. \ t" ; I cleans' ) dean edOer."f
ir.-ti'in deserving soldiers machine; toasters. coffee percnatcrc. ,
i' 'rrur-bore in latest military l\>.,>o diiiuiu: the wai. has been the caprices of thiMllatio: father etc.. because they ha'eD'bt't'n ( I lft I faster, more efficiently
: I James H. Car- and the pas companv. Th point L2i'
u.Mtinhis cousin Keeps
clean and
etiurev jour
pac! and plenty of (un"I renewed since the war and rug
t II roil' 511 Avalon Blvd.. it was is. you never know. Sometimes Q 1- _J"o
1 i l tc<'rr.iti.m are among the all the gadgetry is falling apart prolong their life. Clean.
when light the stove it coca
nia nv oportunitirs being offered 'learnedf.terday. I I you !! from old age. Any day you don'tblow ing tool plug in in tanrlt. ,.
I t'i hint who join the Guard the ,! Cupt. Carroll who arrived here '. just fine. at others it burns with ; a fuse or have a short circuit \ !Yodel 28-$59.9* (.leasing
and sickly flame. And thetransition i
\Vecnii iia\! has left to visit rela- a limp :
c.iiil.un ii-.iiiu-d out. Veterans i Is a red letter one. It takesa tools-$18
is likely to take place !!;
tivt. 111 Jacksonville. South Carolina :
f. viii+ bf able to keep abreast of month to get something repaired. -
I Kentucky and Indiana but ; at any moment without warning. .
1'u de\t lopments in military There are no replacements and '
__ __ science and toon-veterans will will icturn to Orlando for a short j say when you have a roast roast- the nfO.gadgf'ts appearing on the
May before reporting back to Japan j ing. or a pie baking. Picture yourself -
r cite a basic indoctrination in market are completely inferior
dear madam with Sat- i
the life the Army leads. on No1.. your since all the good stuff is markedi fis-
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-: "': .., ,. ,' ,' '<<. After the11'. Capt. Carroll was urday night pullet or leg of lamb for
With :105;: w.'cancies. there > I export.
are<< to'i I
the You have tuned it EUs
leave, following which he m oven. =%
sites re- When >
.' you get a new zarden
pl.nty ; t n.uices for the ambitiou. a "T" The family is hanging Jf>9 sew Hoover CyfWer/ C7eon.r. .
;! back about thee
to Tokyo
ported hose it won't fit or stay on the
iFLyFIORIDflII1RI7RYS_ mato au J.1ce quickly, CaptKilm..l
-- cleans suction.
.-t i about making plaintive noises of powerful :New idea
of this He lived in Kis'Mmmie
; ; u-'ckuvd. Each drill h ,; arsi: year. faucet. The new tea-kettle comesapart
You to check its in din disposal-the iW-Wi
tor eras hunger. go proGress :; Din Ficctor.,
; set years. at the after
rit.c-ac1 !L-' will receive Army paj seams a coupleof l *Sff
and discover suddenly that Yow bands never touch the ,[,'(od i. iu lank. For a pmatc I w -eks. The toasters burns out
r... i- :?J ;.D: *. v.t.-k. Each man j 1; Exotic Flowers there the oven isn't to raise sufficient even a warmth mild heat in or blows up after 10 days. Mops shakes bajt. Just press' toe release and d rt '

<,. ,';;.d n\'.... at ieas-t $130 a yea I rash. That's life in British kitch- brain to shed their locks after a our.0 stooping to aii.i.hthe .
!b .:; .. tr.p will l dnl: cleaning tools. Handle on top,
company Abloom in Mead\ { How long would YOU stand week.Life
\i-i.v; Thu'x.'t-y' citing from 8 t 10 p m. at .he: Armory. j j i if one lone battle, struggle trial and store. Complete with
JACKSONVILLE Two \vMktauimg! under coin Botanical Gardent {. Then there is the little matter {! and worry. cleaning: tools, including; 'tit,
sat COECICl"n111 be conducted at fir f'lrdricity."ou know what And so. dear lad '-clients. takeit Mothimizer andsprayer$79.S0.
Plants: of unu.iual interest now
90 Mms. $7.15 Camp Blanriinu: each Summer be." are bio. coming m the four orchid electricity means to >ou-the from one traveler who has been "
:innin next: year, the commanderrnuutd houses of Mead Botanical Garden. iron the vacuum leaner} the icebox on the spot. cherish. nurture ana
TALLAHASSEE ,: : This will includ< to c.-mur.-ir.ir.on various weapons!. ; A score" of blossoms each re- haii*frail i is equally dependent under which the gas and electricity are the greet mewHaeirr
for there is plent of gadgetry in flow and the world's finest Cleaners .rpbt
; h.ind-to-hand fightins
;piMct ? in
? sembim; a large white butterfly.
2 Hours $13.60 this country. But the electric: household gadgets! are manufactured f.r m b.mrdeRaotutrarroa.
and :3.s :ttia'i>",. Also classes inure: ; on each spray of two Dendro-
:ti -t t ad: and :"sanitation will btheld. ? bitm Plialaenopsis orchids while : juice is just as temperamental in competition for your .
to GAINESVILLE ; 1 gore[ will! be division man color is added by Birds of Paradise as the flow of eas. It comes andit bucks, where the service man is
rir ers like hot." held in Tennessee e ( and scarlet Bromelliads. goes leading ><>u in a stateof waitine to come charging into I

51 Mins. $5.60 ar.'i t Lor.: era bofore the war. i Seventeen white orchids are' tor anguished suspense, with your home to fix things and U is
gadgets running at half possible to cook three meals a day Have Hoover serviced' authorized dealer. We
by use
X, -.; t.ql:;intent being sent foi be seen on a single plant of the your your an
ALL FARES PLUS TAX "o"b'; : me oval training pur- Brassovala Nodosa variety which speed' or not at alL and keep a clean house without only genuine: Hoover parts.

Pa,sen er Airmail Air ExpressFor ,pre: ; include: : a 57-mm recoiles:s: :i exudes fragrance to attract nipht- 1 One day a week. they shut it off suffering apopolexy. It's your'
c.:con Each man will be annex< All Air Travel Reservations with! an Ml rifle, which, durmt i c: Jungles to which it is native. The ; hot water heater perishes and so keep it. because over here in Eng-
the war stored the life-saver o>f garden is open daily including ; does! the ice-box. You don't iron land it's awful.
: many a GI. "We plan to stres Sunday! from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or clean or toast. Also. you forgetit I rhl.KPHONF 6104) -MTE 1-17':
: Chances
r marksmanship; the said i I ---- -- --- of being struck by
PHONE 2-4568 # Captain is going to happen. The fridge
: \vhon! :? he rc:v rated that there wi!I Ward Elected Head defrosts and water srets:: into 000 hzhtnins are approximately) 365.-
t to one. according to a lightning
ban urhmitrd supply of ammu
everything, spoiling! what little you
:-,'.'toys. "'.\'{, pan! to have a sma] have. This is the moment when re. :;:rch expert. _.
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arms range in the Armory an, Dairy Group the popularity of the Socialist 1886

| we hope to build. a .30 caliber rang,ej I i Can o'.l: Ward of Winter Park Labor Government is at its dim-
TOMMY DORSEY i near the city: I was elected president of the i meat in these parts. And this
| Enlistment age Bait Is from i '. Pioneer Dairy Herd Improvement i Winter of course it will be twice RADIO SERVICECALL
17 to 35 for non-veterans. Men i i Assn. at a meeting in the county as bad. ,
RCA Victor RecordsTrombonology < over that age with previous i i asent's: office in DeLand Friday Laundry: Owooooo! You. dear
s; nice are eligible for member- 'County Asent Fred Baetzman. announced I Indy. the cleanest: and most:, >;(T1I- i
i ship. Enlistment is for three yesterday.T. puou! housekeeper the world has ASSOCIATED 5300 ii i tS ORLANDO WINTER PARK ,

Got to get me Somebody < years but ex-Gfc can sign .p for G. Lee of Orlando was electeda ever known would go off >o'ir'
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director. Other officers
| one year.ExArmy and din -
To Love .
Friendship ; men may enter th rectors cnosen were ueorge bixma,
Bingo. Bongo Boffo Thats Life I guess Guard with the rank they hel :anon discharge from Federal ser- Morse. DeLand. secretarytreasurer -
When I'm near the Girl My Love For YouI vice. All men interested in joinin : and Sten Haselton. Eustis. and

Love Snooty Little Cutie ;? are urged to visit the Armor;r D. Smith St. Ausustme. directors.
any time during the )k -
day on wee ra
Just an Old Love of Mine The Song Is You e
days or attend the meetings 01 Clawson To Attend
Thursday night at 8 o'clock at th ALL TIME HITS ALBUM 1' Armory.

Four vacancies exist for officers:. Engineer SessionEarl E. B. Moses
P-163 PRICE 3.31 TOMMY DORSEY th, captain further pointed out M. Clawson. assistant city
asking that World
War II officer:S engineer and member of the American -
-f't in touch with him. Men wh<<) Society of Civil Engmeers
-rued the first three
enlisteerades I
plans to attend the Fall meeting
are eligible for direct com- of the group in Jacksonville Oct. za
.Ti.=ions as 'spcond lieutenants.
: 15-17. according to word from the
SOUTH Rnfmuuc They would not have to go thfftucl J society.
any special training, the
captaii I
stressed. {i, Other members of the society r o
m this area are F. H. Alfred G J' V8.Y
Furthermore National Guan 1
R. Ranisc-v. James A. Riviere. .
activities will not "tie a mat 1 ,
nitrify: engmf'er.V.. G. Atwood
down. Capt. Kuhlman emphasized.
I. L. Simmons and A A. Stuart.
: "A business comes firs _
232 N. Orange Phone 8671 as far as we are concerned," hi e City Commissioner
.' said. "If a Guardsman feels tha t Dr. Davis Leaves TodayFor
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Chicago Convention ,

Dr. W bur1.. Davis. State '
: chairman of the National Den- :
: tists' Committee. leaves today by An Open Letter to all Citizens of Orlando
plane for Chicago where he will
attend a combined convention of
SERVICE the committee with that of the
I medical plOfe .;ion. He will return ; As you know from the press and radio, I am a candidate for the office of City

ti to-Orlando- next Wednesday.his Commissioner from Ward 2 in the city-wide election being held on Tuesday, October

livelihood is being interfered 7, 1947.
FOR .- .....
i ? ith hr ma'put! on the inactive
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You, as a privileged voter, should know the policies for which I stand. I am

SAFETY raw1! for a fair and honest city government, run according to the principles and ideas of a

1 1s successful business enterprise. Orlando is no longer a village or a town-it is a City.It .

i is the fastest growing city in the State of Florida. In order that it may continue to

grow soundly, we need a businesslike administration conducted by men who have

x t been successful in business and who have grown with Orlando.
r To keep your car running its best, to insure pleasant

i motoring throughout the it fit with the COMfACt MOD( [
keep 1- I
year, right ma.nt't o
o Fa h.rd the of b.annt0daesaraR Should you elect me to office, I pledge! you that I will give you a business-Iikc

service regularly. We are equipped to give JOlt better % administration in accordance with sound business principles.I .

service-with the finest tools and equipment, expertly 6 oaoeeat OtMeeari.atDrd1D.ry ?

: trained mechanics and genuine Chevrolet parts. See us 1 pp CNCDr wperae.Nrw .. oDa"aDterns ..ateq have not made nor will I make any campaign promises to any individual or

today. group of individuals as I am the people's candidate, and will represent ALL of the

ere Fa b'e supEl silt bd.,, -- people of Orlando. There is one promise that I do make to every Orlando citizen:

neodnneaea ias io..: k ere. t that every issue brought up before the Council will have my fair and honest consid

perf.m l t +arotiealhh.r eration. I advocate progressive measures for the benefit of the majority the citizens

,R ode Of a.yPhMeA'r residing in this city.I .

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I have been a successful druggist in Orlando for twenty years, and am a member
: FREE! ttntr f.r fall
color tmnLIrt "'
OLDSMOBILE CHEVROLET .1',., -'nd ...". : --- 'a ice and \sir hearing" full of f.cU of
intrmt to rirrr hard- -buriDI pcnoa. Baptist Church and the Sportsmen's Association. I am a 32d Degree Scottish Rite

'Mason\ and a member of the Shrine Club.
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J : 5nd me Hliutratal booklet boat new E. B. MOSES
'1 WE SATISFY li-in-one Western Electric Uemrmf Aida.i i
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15 W. Central Ave. Tel. 2-4441 I aDd taw Hearing." I

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CENTURY Volush County Church i Orlando, Florida, September 28, 1947 eljc! g-utt&uj!J IrrnttMrt-lrtar Page 5

AND OIL BURNERS :Cooper Urges !1 Group I

OIL BURNING FURNACES a Court RecordsINSTRUMENTS Gives ( Ormond Balloting I Headquarters Selected I I15r FiNn SKULL IN JAIL I I
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MAX T. RICHARDS DrLand Finance Co to Henrietta Harr!.. .' ,. _r' I : 3 = ; : skull wrapped in a burlap sack'
: .1 Reminder Issued ,
Tax Revision S10 rwd : "' .L' : DAYTONA BEACH-Mrs. Mllo was found when cells were being ZO TEARS OF DEPENDABILITYCALL.
SINCE IS?*- V.'i'liam" Karl Holloway K ux to Victoro .
'MI N ORANGE PHONE MM3 Verdi et ux S10 ..d BEACH Children's [1- T ;C : C.r: ] : Smith executive secretary of the removed from the old county jail : PHONE OR WRITE

-- ,. .- '. ..'. rJ Widmrr Ruth. UOP!S0 itri Ern<, Wdmr and Edith V. Division of the First Methodist DAYTONArBEACH Ormond j Daytona Beach Community Chest.yesterday built in 1882. here. County offi- II L. COX
:: Frances M !.trOll!. Kurt R Werner et Church gave a party Friday for City Clerk Joe Ellicott announced announced of cials said they had no idea where ,
CLEARWATER "Revision of ux 110 WdWilliam ;, opening the skull came from or how long tliH IRMA ST.
Friday that all Ormond residents j
r Paver et ux to John C. Wallace I the and beginners departments i
nursery 344
he State tax structure will be one organization headquarters at it had been in the ail.
$s dE. ( who plan to vote in the Dec. 2 }
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of the most important issues: faced and their mothers. I u ---- -- -- --
W. Russell: rt ax to Ernest B. Jackson election of N. Beach St. for the 1948 cam-
oy the next legislature i Richard']' et ox. S1O. wd.B. Guests were welcomed by the!, zone managers must be I donated by I
W. Russell et ux to Ernest 8 Jackson i properly registered. paign. Space was
IME H Dirk I Cooper Orlando can- et UK. S1O ..d. Rev. \V. O. Luttrell. Mrs. Charles.
dId:..... for the Democratic nomination 8 Ac 8 Canstniftton Co. to Robert H.Powell Poole. superintendent and ;I All residents who have lived in Ralph lIpnson.I CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHFACTORY
as Governor, said in a radio et ux. S10 wd. nursery |, the State for one year, in the CityI I
Floyd D. Tent to UelTia B. Tint. $10 Mrs. G. Kearns. acting superintendent -i I
interview Friday. for six months, and in the Zone The earliest record of knitting
When asked by Radio Station vdWtlitam J. Dre..on et ax to WUliam 3.Drrneors of beginners were hostesses. I I{ for 30 days are eligible to vote. : goes back to the 15th cemun.

\VCLE: News Commentator C R S'rork Jr et et nx.ox*1O to L.wd.E. Wright: end Co-hostesses. were Mrs. J. Spell I i i Ellicott said. and those persons .' when knitted caps were worn by 3 .,.. STYLE r'
htk .1 'oj ,1 'e aid
re ra:
gr. <'<1. Irnubl.-d nab frf'qu..r"nil Ruth K. Wright. S10 wd. who voted in the citv election two the poorer classes:; of England.RUPTURED. ynu
for commenton
,.. .. Howard Hartley ir to Jacob RMoon and Mrs. J. Ruland. i I *> R-!El! it .In'" n .r >hop art tm T roll
nil c' n< liP .al 11m. Laura Le Horner (lit years ago: and who have not moved -
sales tax proposals. Cooper I ') '
'I l'ru'I4IU 1. II .n soda write. II'Inv a Ir.Ib.... _Ion said he could not be friendly toward Eava et L.ux.Car al0 to wd Harold A. Green et uz.S10 since then need not reregister.The *. Wti ?? ,\t-\::bt *' d/i:: .na ::!; by
wdBarod 1 Dec. 2 election will elect} : < ri i" I see
taxation not ba..rdI .
any A Green et ax to B B. Hunter GwcnHonored\ jest '' *O Ill dli H'lCrvt''X' 'r->
(.1 is I 'BOR\TURIt." five the
two from
zone managers/ :
upon indi\idual ability to earn Jr et ux. S1O wd The New Dobbs Truss IS different
1.111. Rldr t4.ni.' Ih \I.." and rapacity to pay. Dayton Investment Co. Inc. to LewU Beach zonp. two from I the Village/ Balbless bellless trapless. No"
D Flanders. $10 cwd. zone and one fiom the West zone pinching binding slipping or ..b....- A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
The difficulty with a sales tax :I C B Gatch et uz to T. 0 Tancer z.S1O ins Washable sanitarv For FREA\ ,
;- that it takes as but a slice out tied One of demonstration see write or phone I
> Samuel Berman et ux to J. L. Smith tux pound i-or.on: ) ran be
I fhr Dobb Tras1! irnlina Court 889 V ORANGE PHONE 20716a
man's; loaf of breadas
of the poor : S10 wd
rr spun into m'.re tian00 mac of
r Ir it docs out of the rich mansbut I ux R SlO I Siremore wd et ux to W J. Bates et At PartyS >arn 01 70 vain.ui< fan)u'. Hour 9 to S Phone r183 .
r the rich man can afford more f L Uason to TOOT Dew. S10 wd --
1 H' s inn'er' than the poor man:' said Primitive Baptist Church to Grant BHolland [ :>: -- Se-r-V-S-o-l' i "' .. _. i
et' ux. $10 wd. I
: ... A. r the Stetson t'rmer-ity law stu- Viola Lasunser et al to Abraham Lowe DAYTONA BEACH-Mrs. J. .
-.... -...:.. r dent. et ux S10 wd ; Richard West gave a party Friday
Henry E Haxem et nx to Percy R.
: v Cooper listed water control Hazfn. $10 wd I at the West home, 526 Temko Terrace A
action and continuing efforts Eta Miller Smith et sir to Richard M. honoring her daughter. 0
Fra 1 her
who celebrating
i J to raise educational standards How era C loveland uz to William H Gwen. was
of the Mate as other important Carr *lo wd sixth birthday.
L W ,ummerUa Jr. et mz to Kenneth
Invited were Gary Goldenberg.
west S10 wd
LOWER If Iti ought J
G>nn F McFadden et ax to Riley E.Der.s.t Jeanie Sheldon. Carl Roper. Cece
tI ., : .... COSTLOANS ....... i en Tim* W* ux $10 wdMri lia Rowell. Linda and Paul Purser. ( tI
I \ irnarcI : e R Vermtlvea et rir to RalphFr.
John McCormick. Guy Tolman.
INNERSPRING ; --rtrk $10 wd
n.tallrw.wt' H'+hei W. Hurt et ox to Gene H. Well DeDe MorrIS. and Linda West. I A
MATTRESSES ; LM OBt 4tl S400 wd R. of. Mrs. Clyde Morris assisted. t
tames D Ballentine et ox to !
Floor Eleva r I
.eret ux $10 wd.
Air cond.t..nad.FIRST .
i BOX SPRINGS to Thomas
Johnson et
Harrv Eugene ux
Wal'rr: Crocker et ux. $10 wd CONTINUING THIS BIG SALE IN OUR STORE 143 N. ORANGE AVE.Our .
HOLLYWOOD BEDS NATIONAL BANK Warer, A Hurst et ux to Joseph R. I Palmetto Club ,
I c \" .IO..d
I tlMMt r Jorl Depart Iraersne. corperana .
Huh.rA fleecy et ux to John L. Aloe need of
i urgent space prompts us
: MANUFACTURED TO YOUR -n M>n ot ux $10 wd
INDIVIDUAL ORDER r H nan H Austin et nx to ADDab U. Addslcl11bcrs to offer many types of radios, appliances and
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: AT FACTORY PRICES Ap/cfurcof 1kWATCH \ d r ., musical instruments below cost in order to make j
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Ac) shire 10 central Florida DAYTONA BEACH-At a ses- the
$$100,000 Grove on way to us.
: "c.. Ca T.d. I sion Wednesday at the Palmetto
: ..... tunerECHOLS r...'..... I I J Clubhouse Executive board of the Never in our history have we offered bargainssuch J
I Palmetto Club added members to as you'll find displayed in our seven big

: BEDDING CO. cafffxG the club roster. stores. Everything is tagged showing our MONDAY AND TUESDAY
1r Sale CompletedSANFORD I I These were the Mmes. Dorothy REGULAR PRICES and SALE
M ftufer h'wy Jail South .< 1 our PRICES! You will
... fftderpaii rI Richardson. W. E. Sullivan. G. J. never again be offered the
Ph..".. Huxrr Part 711 M LAWTON Cordery, Julian P. Caudill A. W. at such low opportunity to buy QUANTITIES LIMITED-COME EARLY
j -. rl i Adkins. Edward G. Home Jr., prices.
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estate: deals were topped this Reinstated wore the Mmes. Carl! Listed Here Are a Few Outstanding Values !
Luella O'Neill.
Olson. Amy Cason.
week by a $100.000 sale of groves
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ir "".... NOT force the mirvc-le* farther apart. enlarging the rapture, but I ,
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(lUIr ,uitiu} &rl1til1rl-! &tur THE MERRY-GO-ROUND THE PUBLIC THOUGHT ::

Published w* kljr.ORLANDO New Years, FLORIDA Day Fourth of July. Labor I I Pro-Taft Sentiment SEAME Coz ''Suggestion Made That Science t--:::,,

DIV: Thanksgiving Day and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co. ,

I Or Unco Daily ewspapers. Inc. at 233 South Orange Ave.. i .. By DREW PEARSON _ By. JOHN BRANSCOMB _ Be Given Job of Running U.S. / J
O<:ando.: FU. WASHINGTON Sicnificant::: political signs of) .
Fn'ercd *s second-class! matter fit the Post Office at | the times at a gathering of Republican i i Waiting for a hurricane to strike sort of humblrs that house; and it fell 1: not : for it was founded - -- .
Orlcndo.: Florida, under the Act cl March 3d. 1179. were apparent Editor.! The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
I' State chairmen in Omaha last week. They a person. Man is smart. ingenious, clever and m upon a rock." Amen. build me-
TELEPHONE Departments 4161 ..9 S When the Army can a / 'I
Subscription; Price Sunday Only S52OPerYr. represented 428 votes in the next Republican con- i many instances courageous.! He has invented instruments The same identical words were used by the chmcal brain that not only flies

vention. and the interesting fact was that their to register the approach of a storm ascertain Master to describe another storm but he ended an aeroplane better than a mar.
Presidential for isntit
preference was overwhelmingly but navigates its own course
with the words "and the house fell. And the
its velocity, and enable him to fly into it ,
c:\If. llNtTT En. MGI. Elicit ITOIIAL Bob Taft. '! about time we let them design

EAU. HMIIGIN. MAHAWNG Ee. MHTOM," J. AUSTIN Aay. Ms. There were three exceptions: Minnesota and to see the wonder and terrible splendor of it. But reason for it was that it was built on sand. The :one that could run the country?

H.tot. HAMILTON. Cm. MCI. NoMHT CONSCMNI. Sic. IDEAL I Wisconsin where Stassen was strong: and Mich- all of us. after we have boarded up our windows conditions of the storm were the aame. The' difference |\ After hearing some of the brilliant '! 44'4
J. W. u_. CITY C*. Me*. R. T. Mius. T.fo. SUPT. in foundations.. Think statements made. by some of our ,
isan. which favored a Dewey- lay it over.
XOKIT f. WAITU. CLASS Met. CMALIS MIBLIN, PRESS SUPT. I and anchored our planes and cars. can only sitS i leadmer!: I ?J statesmen on how to
--- ."\ Vandenberg ticket. with our hands folded and wait for it to come. \7edon't Men and women whose lives are built on The :j I solve our problems I'm all for giving \m,
Member cl Tlie Associated; Press Y \; Despite the strong pro-Taft I
Rock are independent of the storm. The fury of': science a chance. At least we! "II'r"
UI The Associated Press is rxc ustvcly! entitled know where the storm comes from. cannot
see ,
= however, ,
rr.-imcnt. there was pronounced -"
,. wouldn't be bothered by party -t
to the use lor re-pub. c .t t: I the storm destroy their and is-i
C it when it arrives and after it has may properties. crops I bet''' .
news d.spatches accredited to :t or not S uneasiness over Eisenhower gone we cannot sues or personal hot air and -
4 C otnemse accredited in this paper and None of the State chairmen tell whither. But we do not doubt its reality and its possessions but the thing that keeps them strong' the darn thing would cost littleor I \'
$ -. also the local news published heiem. LT anted all'' and true is a rocky foundation. an assurance that nothing to run W.B. jorancc' in cnlnr: :ard' hsvtngpieep: ]
I Eisenhower but they
All rights!: for re-publicaticn: of specialdispatches power. An unknown poet who sits in the Amen I of :ce : atifuiall: ] !flfain:: in thwater.
herein are als.0! reserved. conceded he was a candidate to underneath are the everlasting arms. After the'storm '
Ha\e girls
-- vkon Corner gazing pensively! out the window, gave 11:> a has done its worst the man on the rock Orlando Utility Rates Tax : appropriately
vlq with. fact
PAGE SEPTEMBER 28. 1347 : In they seemed I dressed" in '.in;; "nt< to !serve real

to thin he might win. poem: still stands, rugged! strong true his eyes fastened Rapped; 'Not City Beautiful' |' orance mice to people in outI -. ,
I on the face of him who said to the storm i I C.'l :
This certain
was distressing news. because Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star: State car hours of tte'i '
what the party leaders want "Peace be still." An old New England farmer day. This! would btor cou! ,
No one hath seen the wind. Orlando is not the City Beautiful i ,
Our Program '- is a man from the party ranks S Neither was plowing in his field behind a stone fence''S What has Orlando to offer? I only during the tourist san "

," 6.: with whom they can do business; you nor I, which was five feet thick and four feet talLpassma A Unpaved streets;, no sidewalks j H.J.D

ElimuaHcn of Political Job DspIcation.Laeu rurson not a glamor-puss from the out- Bat when trees bow down their heads, tourist asked him.."Why do you have sucha and poor lighting.::: I!

i Taxes. Efficiency in Government. !side. Tec wind 13 passing by. peculiar fence? It's thicker than it's high. Why A high: utility rate plus a city } Orlando Bus Driven

One thing which added to the uneasiness of) the S And the old man replied, "So that when a storm tax on all monthly bills. Does this ', lauded for Ceerfeiy

GOP State leaders was the fact that ex-Presiden No one hath seen the Lord. comes: and blows it over, it will be higher than it's add up to the fact that I should
TODAY'S THOUGHT I make my home here' I think not. Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
thick. Amen.
tial Candidate Alf Landon and astute Roy Robertsof Neither you nor I. S
The heart knoweth his own bitterness: and a A City Beautiful is one that offers Will you please tell the people
stranger does not intermeddle with his joy.- the Kansas City Star are busy fanning up the i But when men bow down their heads. Folks (hat are built on the rork are like thaLA a plan to do something about .S who find so much fault with Or-

Proverbs 14:10.; Eisenhower; boom. The Lord is passing by. stcrm comes and blows them over only to renal these things. Has the City Council lando to just !look around and see

*' *' *' I The boys seemed to think this was a combIna- I that they are taller after the storm. of Orlando such a plan? how much we have here to be
LOUIS J. thankful for.
tion that
Believe me. every man has his secret sorrowswhich ra\ht go places. A few days ago hundreds of thousands of ITor- Our ability to endure. ride the storm and out- To top the list. I'd put the

the world knows not: and oftentimes we calla Another significant thing about the Omaha idians. having been cautioned that a hurricane was last time depends on what happens in us and not Publicity Usage Suggested drivers on the local lines. Never bus "

man cold when he is only sad.-Henry Wadsworth meeting was the sentiment toward Tom Dewey. AU j riding the sea horses and running wild through to us. Some people construe war to be the handiwork In any city have I met with such !
the party leaders admitted Dewey was. still a lead- the braced themselves and waited. It's For Orange at Lake Ivanhoe I''
Longfellow. _ sea a help- of God and they blast Him for it. They declare courtesy and kin-loess as is tendered -
-- -- -- ins contender due to the fact that the man in the less feeling in one sense. that He is not a good God. Likewise when Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star: me daily by Orlando bus \ 1,1...,

MacArthur street knows his name. But these State chairmen the I Instead of making an eye soie drivers. They remind me of the n i "
Gen. Brett on Gen. While one i is waiting for a storm to strike, storms strike there are those who say that a'
personally were not for Dewey and didn't think he out of the biz orange on the shore poem which says. "She is some \ ,dC
benevolent God would
TO ORLANDO'S Lt. bad a real chance for the nomination. he ran appreciate to a mall degree how a condemned not permit such tragedies to Lake Ivanhoe. why noti it as body's mother. boys. you know. .

THANKS Gen'j Note-States represented at the Omaha man who i is about to go to the electric happen. and others interpret the storms to be a publicity "t'1nt'? It could be They live up to that and I bless '
H. Brett, [ret.] we meeting chair must feel not knowing when the storm lashings from an angry::: God punishing His people made into a fountain of iuice them from a grateful heart. t

candid appraisal of an "almost fabulous I Ipersonality" were: Illinois. Indiana Iowa. Kansas, Michigan will brrak.One for their sins. But there are others who recognize by pamtina the ins o> of the bpse BUS ;'T-o""R.
I Minnesota. Missouri. Nebraska. Ohio.
Gen. Douglas MacArthur. : storms to be a physical phenomena. and their love -
North and South Dakota. Wisconsin. Colorado. ) -.i: !! fellow wrote his lawyer and .said. "I

Writing in the current issue of True Magazine. Idaho Montana Utah. Wyoming New Mexico. wan %<<:.r am"lCf'"hat must I do? I don't know for and the faith Rock m that God faileth do not rest on storms but THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
not. Two stood
Gen. Brett, with his article The Mac- *' *' i men D..
over against a community that had been swept
Arthur I Knew gives clear picture of the At the Omaha of
a meeting Republican State
by a storm. The high waters had wrought havoc
the Commandments.
be faced when chairmen last week. Sen. Wherry of Keep
trials and tribulations to Nebraska "The and great suffering and want were obvious on all .

serving under "a complete egotist x x x the Merry Mortician.'* made a speech which. like many sides. One of the men. a skeptic said to his

center of his own thinking and planning." Wherry's Senator.speeches.who boomeranged.The led the campaign. against c:! preacher friend "You see I told you that thereis Means and Goal of True LifeBy

Our Gen. Brett in endeavoring to pre- no God and if there is a God lie is maliciousto
price control was explaining that the New Deal WILLIAM E. GILROY D D.
sbnt "a true of MacArthur the allow storms to do such damage to people." The
picture ,
had the big advantage over the Republicans in get-!: i Scripture: Ecclesiastcs: 1:2. 17: 2:1. 11, 24: 12:1. 8, IS U."Objectives" .
preacher looked off in the
and soldier makes it clear that distance and beheld
man j ting publicity because of the many Government is a big word. "Plans" or "go 'ls" might.
"there never has been any question of theGeneral's press bureaus. These according to the ex-Nebraska''! something that enabled him to give an eloquent : (
answer to the doubter. "Look see the Red Cross be better. But the real theme is, how can one get the most
physical courage. As the Or- undertaker. poured out a steady stream of New !
i I ambulance the line of trucks loaded with food and out of life?

I i landoan put it: I Deal propaganda. j! medicine. the nurses and doctors in the cars. It is the question that has agitated the minds of those
Tht'n'berry made his slip. '
"The General's courage was proven I "You There's the work of God there's the spirit of His who have had minds to be agitated as far back as man became *
he told the GOP _
see State chairman. __ __ 1
dozens of times both in the first and I people in action. a thinking being. Some'; n
"we Republicans do not control the
second World Wars. I often wished x x x I press. haven't given much thought to it: f
Afterwards, newsmen went after Wherry hard. Some of :you may hare: trouble with the in their small spheres. Gettttt ,\ .i.iF
that his understanding of men had beenas S they have drifted into life. and I
eternal problem of "by the storm. why suffering ( souls have made contrmptettet
"Do you mean, Senator, asked -4
one news- they have drifted through: it. withj j
:great as his bravery. It never was. man. "that after the Republicans get into office, why sorrov? "but before you fire over out much thought about plans or I their chief quest retiring M>
how to interpret what's around here form of cloistered living n$
going on at the to frustration some :
As Gen! Brett explained in his True I Iarttrle. you intend to control the press?" i and despair. reassure yourselves goals. Others alas! and many millions !; (
jail. They've shaved the hair' have made knowledge ttefej
off my head slit j some
my with the affirmations of "sunshine fruit. food
"He { JI.ldrArthurl]) is famous ss a Wherry 20 minutes of them. have had to take
I spent trying to explain it, trousers on both sides and fed me a chicken din beauty truth and goodness" and also undergird !j deepest satisfaction often withoB
much what life handed to
soldier but almost completely unknown but he never did so satisfactorily. I don't it. very ;much wisdom concerning its s.
nero What
get must I do?
._ yourselves with the strength!: that comes when them. without much chance to de- Ext
'- "" .. I i sential value and use.
"": > "I- : ::1 ', <> I When the solon got the letter he sent word beck: you encounter benevolent and philanthropic aid tcrmine even their daily life or i
'J. -'- ; :.. y'>":>:?' The Hebrew prophets and ports.
Getting armed
.... services to co-operate seemsto
> o. .6: .....y.... ", l" immediately to the prisoner saying. "For goodtvsssake which men demonstrate all oter the earth. That their destiny. They have been tta
"" .. t had much to say concerning %
I ;" -. '\ ; be just as hard as ever. I j don't sit down/ And a Negro who likewise S the mass of mankind. dominated I
t'I'' poor too is an expression whirh is quite real among j! various quests and the RieatOft t
Now that the Army's ground and air forces are j was condemned wrote pleadingly to his and exploited. if not actually ;
w- I : employer value in life. If the writer of tfeef t;
'"" >>' ';'.4 entirely divorced the infantry has taken to flying A misanthrope has; said. "How can you reconcilea enslaved. ;
L- -r- 'I saying "Boss I sent you word once to help ;1 Book of Ecclesiastes seems to b$j|
its own planes and the Air good God with all of the evil the world?" And
JL J_ Corps may train its; I me. I'm sending another word now. They're going in ; But among those who have an mcurable pessimist declari&g'j i .
own foot soldiers. !. to hang me next Saturday and it's already Thurs the man who stands on a rock says "How can you ghen some thought: to it. and to that all vanity. it should be re*

The ground forces started using planes during day"" reconcile all of the goodness in the world withIn whom some choice has been possible membered that he is exploring Uts|

} the war for observation. Since the war. the Air I i evil God?" in determining what sort of futility of what he deems false aai d,

Corps is talking about organizing ground regi- I had something of that feeling as I joincl Our guest preacher in the Amen Corner following lives they would live or how they unsatisfying: Quests. but is eetttec ,

ments for anti-aircraft defense. ': with the refugees!: who crowded my church seeing !.- the storm is an American poet by the name of would get the most cut of life over asainst: them what he states; i

*' *' I' shelter from the impending: storm. When John Greenleaf Whittier who used as his text there have been varying choices as man's proper and Inchest::

The flight of a pilotless Army plane across the would it strike and where and what would be tLe come of his favorite lines: and goals. His "conclusion .f the -We

Atlantic this week gave the first real hint that the I consequences; ? To many the chief aim has been matter" is: "Fear God. sad keep 'C

Air Corps is quietly building a nucleus for the use We cannot stay the storm anymore than we can Within the maddening maze of things to get happiness as much out pleasure of life and as pos-personal His commandments: for" (Ith is i r \.

of robot planes in every type of warfare. Officially i, halt a flood tide or command the sun not to rise. And toss'd by storm and flood. sible. One philosophy !of Hedon- the whole duty of man. } f'm,

\ _ this nucleus is known as the Experimental Guided i i Storms physically and spiritually keep commg.I To one fixed thrust my spirit clings ism) claims that this is the motivation 'I' What does that mean? God. tft .,Ti.a ," 1

Missile Group a specialized unit whose activities They are forces over which man has no controL I know that God is good.I of everyone: even of the :i these Hebrews. was the creator' ." r
I '
are clouded in secrecy. But in time of war the tiny II I But the Master gave to us some words: that are unforgettable self-sacrificing and martyr-like and upholder of the universe. To {

: guided missile group may spring into the young when he said. "Therefore whosoever know not where His islands lift person who would not act as he. j His laws governing the earth and

; I giant of the Army. ', heareth these sayings!: of mine and doeth them. I Their fronded palms in air. or she does if that were. not the the heavenly bodies they fooBd % t .

Located at Eclin Field. Fla., not only V-2 rockets : will liken him unto a wise man which built his I only know I cannot drift most personally satisfying: thing to parallel in the moral law, governing **-'

/r \,< but pilotless! planes. come under its scope. Its, house upon a rock and the rain descended and the Beyond His lore and care. I' do. That.. to say the least. seemsto man's character fellowmen.and l his Henca reift I
if it his
/ be straining a point: and ; tionship to
!- ; '- pilots and technicians can sit at the controls of a floods came. and the winds blew. and beat upon AMEN.It were true. it might still be remarked j. the conception of righteousMU

mother plane and guide a squadron of bombers I that the pleasure of some' and uprightness became donaiaftfit {

r't' ......-.. y.. fk. over a target several miles away. What is more WASHINGTON TREADMILL too often means unhappiness for in all thought of the highest ant! GOl

.,. ... they can actually see the target-by te1f'vision.I I|. I others. i; best in life just as the foundation. ,
Chief problem now stumping the Guided Mis- i' Other foals: of life have been' the square and the plumlllllle''a'ere '

sHe Group is how to operate without a mother I the acquiring of wealth and possessions the symbols and essentials *{

GEN. BRETT SHOWN IN HIS PLANE, ALEX- plane or without radio navigation! beacons in the Money Sought Waterways often without much regard all true building '

ANDER THE SWOOSE READY FOR A country to which the plane is flying. |! for their essential value and i To keep the commandments wafc: !
TAKEOFFas use: the acquisition of power. with therefore the means and goal Ct|

The pilotless bomber that flew the Atlantic i By FRANK A KENNEDY Ecncrated consiflerable support i bigger slice of Federal funds now the mastery- and sway over great the true life. In characters. ttet A' I
I to England this week could not have landed inenemy worM that
with ruthless tyranny or' need reforming and a C
I empires
a man to the American --1
average x x x horn Administration and labor seem none too sure of their initial I'.A
territory. Radio guides in England helpedit i with the petty tyranny of their ,.needs rebuildins. it may weD .
appraisals describe him as a knight of the land. I' WASHINGTON According to leaders. Had it not seemed'; so'; dras- progress. All the Federal agencies '.: feebler imItators. equally ruthless asked is there any other way? .Aa

shining sword-a glamorized of I report reaching the Mississippi watered-down under blanket directive to S ,
montage Another difficulty is the electronic brain which Congressional tic: a version might are a --- ---
delegation, the recent -
Washington, Lee and Sir Galahad-or a : now pilots the ships. It is too cumbersome. ; hurricane" badly wrecked the have passed. trim their; estimates. Congressional' CRACKER POLITICS

complete egomanic, who is hated by everyone I All these problems are being mulled over behind Maritime Commission's Cadet S Thl'lcConn'l1: group expects i' influence on policy when not concentrated -

who served under his command." locked doors at Eglm Field. which may become one j Training School at Pass Christian far wider coverace to be urged. upon a particular project -

*' of the most important air bases in the world. i one of the three institutions which i j Seventy-five cents as the minimum i\ frequently is crumpled against S Solons Are Straightjacket S I

GEN. BRETT served under his I Note-In their spare time, the young scientists ; figured in the bitter controversy !;' rate must compete with other ;: such a blanket directive. "The
WELL last Winter and for which Congress testimony urging 90 cents; and >
I at Eglin Field have figured that By ALLEN MORRIS I \
-back in the dark dark on paper they at one time earmarked $600- $1 an hour as the minimum. The : boss says "no'." stops any argu- I r .
could shoot to ;--- -- '"1 1I
a plane the e : :
I moon by packing
days of our struggle against Japanese superiority. a 000 for its 1947-48 operation.As hearings will be a full dress af- j ment. I
booster charge which would explode after it reachedthe S fair explorine the whole I TALLAHASSEE A competent [The volume of Introduced 1
first set this branch of wage- 1 1I
His lot the MacArthur up
on staff Rep. Sikes and Andrews
I ionosphere [tlOO to apparently b7 1I
150 miles upl. They haven'tyet the seamen's training hour field. It will be a Republican critic says Florida's Legislature bills keep legislators so 1I I
wAs not program have their job cut out for ,,
a gracious one. The famed Gen- I figured how to bring the rocket back or any was slated for $2.850.000: for St. i show with cnly the ghost of the them. Only the Missouri River \ has surrendered its lawmaking to they possess neither opportunity I

eral was antagonistic toward Gen. Brett, f practical reason for wasting/ millions of the tax- j Pt'tersburg$1.500.000: for Alame-i Pepper bill to identify the pro- flood disaster last persuad-1'. special interests. both in business nor. in general. Inclination to
mainly because the Orlando airman had i payers' dollars on the experiment. If anyone would j ca. Cal.. $750.000. and for Pass ,I posals with the Democrats. ed the White' House to boost flood and in government.Fourterm explore public need Ref and rnH

not endured MacArthur's hardships on i care to make the trip, they rrobably could get ,II Christian. 600000. Later Congress i!, Opponents have evolved a brand control and navigation funds. Pre- State Rep. Russell O. are stymied by physical Ot tsW e
aboard but there is cut the overall Maritime Commis- new argument. It is held that a Morrow West Palm Beach attorney -, mental exhaustion.;
no guarantee they
Bataan. Again we pick Gen. Brett'sown would ever ; viouslv, such estimates had been '
up to cop
I mobilized
get back. sion budget for all training by $1 high floor should not be placed < held down rigidly and some fund3 isn't blamins legislators for forces must be
words: I million. which necessarily could under wages when a recession is ; this abdication. It's just the law- ; with State problems.
already appropriated had been
"It didn't take a psychoanalyst to figureout t There's as much difference between the I not be charged to the $2.850.000 a possibility, even though a faint i, "frozen." The effort seems worth I II Ij ; makers can't do their job properly j tAn example, of this may &* I
I way I i one. Such a legal floor it is within the straitjacket of time. educational crin*.
the trend of MacArthur's thoughts. the two republican chairmen of the Appropriations entirely. Deck and engine, room | ar- I while, however as even partialsuccess ; found in the
training was expected to take gued. could wreck many businesses :| With each 60-day, f''eTYoth.ry.ar about which nothing worthwhge.
Through no fault of his, the Philippines part : can be followed up next'' I
Committees operate as there is between the I in case of a slump. before Congress ; until a citW*s
of the cut.During I Winter. On i session of the Legisj was accomplished
campaign had been lost. Defeat raked his 1 Capitol Hill waterWays j'
I tactics of the USSR and the USA. all the arguments it was could get around to repealing it. i development has as '' lature forced tu deal with 2.500 committee hatched out bills tKi

raw spirit. Besides he was abnormally Both Appropriations Committees are taking conceded that the $600.000 for j j *' !\ friends as the farmers, and many the to 3,000 proposed laws. Morrow i I legislative rubberstamping. Nil'

sensitive to criticism. Blaming others is a I study trips to Europe this Summer. However fair- Pass Christian possessed the least S Rep. Sikes of Crestview. with ;I 1948 election is coming. says lawmakers quite naturallyturn I merous other instances could lie

defense mechanism. The Supreme Commander minded Sen. Styles Bridges of New Hampshire invited j I: justification among the three institutions Andrews of Alabama and perhaps j *' I to outsiders for counsel. I i cited from State advertising toI

was depressed and unhappy over the entire membership of the Senate Appropriations -j! bracketed together for some other Southerners, are plan- i I Rep. HendrIcks. who hopes to "Because of the limited time to i I welfare.!JI remediei la

having left his men in Bataan and Corregidor. Committee to go. He let them know they i! the original $2.850.000. The Mississippians 1 I grab them and Rep. Peterson who do the State's business," explains j Rep. Morrow has
would all be welcome. j fear that the damage I hopes to hold them are affording Morrow "it's been the tendency of .| mind.

Dictatorial Rep. John Taber of New i at Pass Christian; may be too great : i their colleagues some amusement'i the Legislature to delegate its I He favors an annual legWO'

AH right; So the "Supreme Commander the other hand. took York on ,i to warrant the school's restoration "< : over the proposition to.move Vet-' functions to administrative boards the session of 60 days, with each
only two members of
was depressed and But especially as the institution stillis | cram" Administration regional offices -the Fish and Game Commission j perhaps broken by a 15-day ft-
House Appropriations | '
Gen. Brett had Committee to Europe: Rep. under the cloud of dubious jus ; from Pass-a-Grille to Or- the Road Department, and i ii cess at the end of the fitni '
a job to do-an impor- Richard Wigglesworth.'of Mass.. Republican and tification.'Wisecrack. I lando. i! many others. j month so bills then introduced

tant job-the job of flying airplanes Rep. Clarence Cannon of Missouri Democrat. about an 111 wind ., S The Florida delegation hasn't j| "Then when we get a bill touchIng could be studied both by the t

against the Japanese. And airplanes lefta I When the War Department asked the two Appropriations seem not in good taste but the 1 been so sharply split since the :;i one of the administrative S people back home and EaterieS

had taste in the Supreme Commander'smouth. i Committees to study' the problem of i arithmetic still is there. If the ,\ tii.hts over the Florida barge canal [, branches we turn to that branch t'ommitft'f's.'t'itheT: new W

I German occupation costs. Sen. Bridges invited j :Maritime Commission is under ,; ., : S in 1942 and the earlier battle be- and. in effect say: Ts this a good nor amendments changing the

; every member of his committee to be present. Tabcr compulsion to trim $1 million twecn Jacksonville and Miami for bill?' because again by reason of S; definite purpose of a NH could

That's why we recommend The Mac- on the other hand conferred with the War Department ;j off this year's budget!: it better the! Southeastern Naval Air Base the lack of time, we can't study !I be introduced in the second half

Arthur I Knew appearing in the current I privately. Other members of Taber's could face the House; Appropriations : '-. early in 1939. The canal fight was the bill ourselves. of a sessIon.Morrow "

j issue of True Magazine to best illustrate mittee weren't even told the matter was com-I Committee next Winterif -" !tf: neial: the Jax-Miami tussle put ,I "This! has tended to require al.so thinks merabelS!

I I the woes of fighting with and for Douglas discussion. it is forced to save money in Congressmen" Green and Cannon j I| the official blessing by an agcn1 of the House of Representativesshould ,

MacArthur-whose virtues and triumphsand I Last Winter also. Bridges held all hearings of I. two directions 'the undetermined on each other's nuisance list per- of a bill affecting the agency be elected for four-year
I cost of rehabilitating the manently. > before it will be and
shortcomings "on the the Senate Appropriations Committee with the terms instead of the present tWO'year
are grand Pass Christian school and the Rep. Hendricks put in a discreet I- hat's an unhealthy condition." Myear -
scale." public free to attend. as is specified by the Congressional dubious justification for the appearance here this week presumably 1. Proposed laws affecting a segment terms terms for with Senators possibly instead (

Reorganization Act. But Taber. who lives $600,000 operating fund. on the VA and other gumshoeing of the business world adds of four He would reduce the
In one of New York's prison cities.-Auburn-held enterprises. Mr. Pete has- 'Morrow years.
WE are handled similarly.The raeaa
Brett's report number of committees so a
BEFORE every House committee hearing secretly in direct Next month's hearings before n't followed field reports to Washington Florida Legislature passed her could devote himself to WO

and the Pacific war, we violation of the reorganization act. the McConnell subcommittee of :: but he is known to be 765 acts of a general nature at its or three instead of trying to *er e

might give considerable thought to the Note-Both chairmen are Republican.of the House Labor Committee will keeping sharp watch on develop- recent session. Morrow hazards the on nine or 10 or 11. Lastly Be

problems of a battle other than living and develop pro-labor testimony hich REP. ROBERT SIKES field mcnts. The VA decision on the guess not more than 10 nationwide would require the registration Or S

fighting and fighting to live. the will dwarf Sen. Pepper's earlier S j reports which recommended II i laws are passed; dunng any 60 lobbyists. .
Owen-Stanley of mountains i has task
range | tough tne transfer is expected shortly. days Of Congress and these maybe
Gen. Brett's obstacles in Australia were in New Guinea. Ships docked with badly efforts Standards to amend the Fair Labor To some of his colleagues. Mr. the fruit of months of study by DOG DO'E5: 1'LAXNED: f.
As he explained it: Act better known as i ninq: a descent on'the White House Pete continued absence : I
many. needed |
I supplies, but stevedores refused i the wage-hour law. means ; committees. ROOK ISLAND. Ill lAP) MtS. .
i ", "The political' situation Down Under was to unload them on Saturday afternoons or i The Senator's proposals several I seeking budget! for a clear War directive Dept. .. on the one of two things.-he is confident ;i, In addition to the general acts. Edward B. De Kilva. preparia<
involved and waterwaysnext that the transfer will not be approved the 1947 Legislature passed an to leave town for a weekeild. .
1\ politics play an important Sundays. When years ago were considered revolu-
\ troops were assigned to year. '
: or he knows further "Lady
oPposItion equal number of special laws each arranged to leave her dog.
I put in fighting a war. The Labor Party, do the unloading, the unions threatened;; tionary in many quarters. He! The move was started some time is useless. Tl-r former affecting one community. While with Mrs. G. T. Karlburg. But tna
headed by Prime Minister John Curtain, to, trike. |! additional for coverage of four million 1 ago at the Engineer Corps and the supposition seems more reasona- these didn't require the tlose attention day before the temporary transfer

) in and seemed interestedin workers and a mini- Budget Bureau levels Estimates j j ble. Mr. Pete hardly would wage S of lawmakers collectively" i Mrs. De SilVa
was power, more "x x x The politicians not the mum wage of 65 I was to be effected.
Army cents an hour. for the 'I.
I waterways budget already | and lose a scrap involving such a they took much of the time of telephoned her friend The collie-
line hours
to the
keeping Party on wages were running things in Australia, and, at The bill finally was wrecked in are far advanced. Apparently j large facility wholly by long distance ;-,., their introduces. Local lade: -I had run away. 'But 'Lad! is hf>re.-J 1

and working conditions than in the threat that time, were giving us as many head- I the Senate by cumbersome and the Congressman who sought to i j telephone. He prefers to I I feat more legislators than Statewide Mrs. Karlbu? aid The self-

po&qd by the Japanese on the other side i I aches as the Japs." emasculating reached amendments, and I I persuade the Army engineers and 1 wear out shoe leather, to get the II I laws accordingly they starting pet had delivered herself
never a House I 1
vote at all. the budget officials to approve a best results. are handled more cautiously. to her caretaker.

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Council Okays J Truman To Get

f 0 0 OkeechobeeFlood Wind MeasuredAt Prices Prove a Puzzle

I Master DraftJACKSONVILLE Swells Storm
Grand Lodge Officers To Be Honored at Fete ReportMIAMI

155 MilesMIAMI Under New School LawsT

Behind DikesWEST
TAP1 A TAP1 MaJ Gen Philip
LEESBURG O/ficeis o fthe Grand Lode: of Florida; F. & A. M.. system
of priorities for distribution of the B Fleming Federal Works administrator -
at will the be local honored guests: at a meeting of the 14th District Masonic Assn. I first jears Site million in Federal PALM BEACH rAP I The 'AP1 Peak velocity of T \ .\SSEE r:1P1 The hi ,:: public :-chno''! leorcamzatmnb armed here yesterdayto

temple Tuesday. funds m a five- 'ear program providing hurricane sate" at Canal Point was the _cat hurricane which struck ;:ip" ....:eel h\ 'i.c i 1047! LC':1-1\tU::: placed ;a i -poir-i: survey hurricane damage after

\monr Grand Lodte officers "hni11 attend are rank II. 50 per cent more hospital closed yesterday as water level in South F lot Ida Sept. 17 was 155 bll'r.! : ; Dc'C" : nt PVluccit ')n which has ex- telling Palm Beach Counts authorities -
Thompson grand master and Judge Hal W. Adams, deputy grand beds for Florida was set here there that
up m.p.h.. the weather bureau here ., .. .... arrangementswculd
f. .11.\'ecl.
Lake" Okeechobee 19 t G-
master. went to feet. PC ; t : !
yesterday by the State Hospital said vesterdavGradj be made to furnish equipment -
Masons from Wildwood. Groveland Clermont. Tavares. Eustis. Advisory Council. neauv.-,' two feet above the maXI- Norton chief storm forecaster .'* "\ .. rr ,-'c i i nro"I tsitms. the law in- needed for storm repairs as

Mount Dora and Umotilla will attend the meeting Earl Gray of The council approved a master mum pre cnbed mark. said the bee figure; was ''._. .'.;.- T clause requmnz: the de- "soon as the l list was prepared and

3 Lcesburg distnrt deputy for the 14th District is in charge of arrange- plan for the overall $22'z million lamar Johnson chief engineer ; confirmed from corrected readings nuns to draw up specifications in proper Federal hands.

mama for the meeting which will begin at 7:30 p,m. State Hospital improvement program of the Everglades Drainage and was recorded on a Na.v -upe : ,,')'am minimum priors on all"nmcnt Gen Ilcmine;. who completed t

I : submitted by the Improvement District reported that waterin gauge at the* Hillsboro Lizht between and supplies purchased his tour of the hurricane-struck

Commission which reported the West Palm Beach canal Ft. Lauderdale and West r "';itschool boards. area flew to Washington late JI

a j Gun Blast Fatal Small Craft Warned Fjonda needs 3.504 new general had dropped slightly/ Palm Beach. "There nothing I can thinkof testerd.i; to report directly to j
hospital beds to reach the nationala'eralZ"e a article of sole that
> an Pres. Truman
TAMPA API( Harold Drexel MIAMI (1AP1 I An active high of four and half At the same time however he The forecaster said the wind #
a per 'hoot'ioutdn't be the
May. 47 operator of one of the pressure area to the north thousand said that the area between Canal hit the communities of ()f'er- in market "- George C. Field of Washington, {
populatIOn. a for at time another
one or
State's largest well drillingealspanies Point and South Bay "may be ail field Boca Raton and Delray FWA commissioner of commu-
taused craft in Florida waters The commission survey also moaned state Textbook: ;; Director
was killed Friday t'arhith the velocity nity facilities told Palm Beach
-- -- --- slightly
showed the State needs 16
new T. George: Walker whos been
nteht when the pistol he was from Jacksonville around the health BELLE GLADE1'[ ] A. E. lower at Palm Beach and Lake officials that they saw' a different
public centers to supplement put in charge of the ta'!'kHP .
twirling in his hand dis- peninsula to Cedar Keys to be the three which it f01 ndadt'quatt' Kirchman, Red Cross disaster. \\orth aspect of the hurricane in South
charted Deputy Sheriff Neil warned yesterday of winds up chairman here, said last night i paused for further consider Florida than did Mississippi and :
at and 148
present' newauxiliary Recording instruments in :Miami :-!:on. Nope. he aiant think
Keen said LouISiana.
35 miles hour.
to an that the flood situation on thetast f f'hf'n
I centers to augment the were shielded by surroundm. high :.:r 'atcment was a bit too sweep-
present 36 branch units : :shore" of lake Okeechobeewas "\\ we think of hurricanes
buildmcs making an accurate r :: A .chool's home economics
"just about the same and we usually think of structural ;
Inter-American Objectives Studied First priority in general hospi- improved if anythingwe ." measurement impossible: Norton ,;t p; : tmrnt alone needs" all the damage to cities That's what
said However winds of 127 '.a.ed articles used
tal construction was assigned to mp.h. : in any house
JACKSONVILLE I 1AP1 I Objectives of Florida inter-American six areas where no facilities at all were reportedSoutheast s I.r:; :here are school infirmaries we found on he Gulf Coast.

Center located at St Auaustme will be explained by Dr. A. Curtis exist at present and four others can save from inundation \' (,; k, 'hop:;. farm proJects. ath- Here we found." the effect onagriculture

WilCUS to 10 South American countries and Cuba State Sen Walter B. where less than 30 per cent of the Farms rimming: the south end of Featured w :>t :. 'cams and other departments

:IfYmaer' chairman of the organisation; said jvsterdavDr. current need for hospital beds nowis the lake from South Bay to Clew- .::c! might demand anvthineim Field said an apparent need. was
being met. iston may be engulfed:' At Enginers' MeetJACKSONVILLE !: a !spool of thread to a buzz- road building machines and we'emade
\\iljus. professor of I.atlnmnican history at George
The A priority group to be given -' Johnson said in closing the hur- -t': "v So the department has been arrangements with \V AA so
i Washington nhersity and assistant director of the inter-Ameri i I IP 1 With ,rcdn our men can go right into warehouses -
; :: out
first chance at Federal funds to ricane gate that water from the questionnaires to
can Center left New York jesterday, Irasersaid. on a tour of Brazil double the projects of interest to the Southeastern manufacturers of almost anything and borroequipment you
be supplemented by lake would be prevented from of the U. S.
section "
Argentina Chile. Bolivia. Peru Ecuador: Colombia and \enezurU predominating effort need on the spot.
amount from local sources includes flowing into the West Palm Beach waterways .highways. m an to discover the lowest
Purpose of the Wilpus Hussion, Sen. Fraser explained. will be : .canal. already overburdened T; ,cr- for almost everything -iGargantua's
city planning constructIOn.
I structural -
to advise directly with the ministers of education of the various countries Milton. to serve Santa Rosa and DR. E. C, NANCE ( Keeper
With the gate dosed water samtarv encmecnnewill : rnrrntratmc on big Hems
concerning says!' and means of being of mutual service in accomplishing County: ChIpley. to serve Washington now covering farms be principal themes at the paces! ban. like! !school buses to begin with. Wins Case
can mo'eonly AppealTAMPA
common cultural objectives and part of Holmes County lands Fall meeting of the American he agency! also plans to set upa

.:. :.. ; Perry. serving Taylor County; .across toward the Society of Civil Engineers here minimum set" of specifications r fAP] Jose Tomas. keeper -
i Live Oak to serve Suwannee. ocean.The next month. which must be met before articles of Oargantua and Toto big J

: Delinquency Probed Kiwanis Picnic Set | Hamilton and Lafayette: Green big lake had taken a vast More than 500 experts in these Tampa U. Bars can be old! in the Florida orillas with Rineling Circus. was

,. ,. Cove Springs Clay County: Chief- flood off the and other fields of civil among a circus group given
t.I:.: 'r -rl 1 f' r r: ," .- ''MDELAND submerged lands un- ensmeei;;: school sTsternHowe per-
of theKiwanis land for Dixie. Levy and Gilchrist til water pushed up its level inn:: are expected to attend sessionsof mission yesterday to remain m
DELAND-A course in juvenile -Members Counties-all of which now haveno the 94-year-old society Oct. 15- :cit will take a !staff of this countrv Ommal ordered re-
delinquency' will be offered Club will hold their hospital facilities AVC about 30 to handle: complete price oortcd after expiration of their
annual picnic for their ladies Jackson and Calhoun Counties Activity tabulations
: and run tests
on ar- visitors the
tor Stetson according to Actg. Also listed in the A group are 17.FBI permits group appealed -
and families' Wednesday at
these cities. which now meet only Crestview for Okaloosa Count: cles to determine whether they to Immigration officials on the
Pres. H. C. Garwood conduct- Blue Springs a club official Madison. Madison County: Lake- To Conduct Lake are meeting specifications Walker
grounds leaving here would breakup
'' 30 cent of the needs: Tallahassee -
per TAMPA rAP 1 Dr E C. Nance.
; cd by Dr Hen lee II Barnetta said testerdav land and Wauchula for Polk and sa d. At pI S'nt. onlv he and family ties since had
serving Leon. Jefferson and one marred -
.1 Police Officer Class president: of the University of
i for Hardee Counties: Arcadia and Fort hiS secretary are available for an American children were
Wakula Counties: Quincy
Said yesterday he .
Tampa. :
Mvera for Lee Charlotte. DeSoto c -rlLEESBURG the job.Southern, born to others.Conservation.
Gadsden and Liberty: De Funiak barred the American Veterans
UofF Freshman Killed Overturns
Jeep Glades.
as and of Hendry and Collier Coun- -Federal Bureau of
for Walton
Springs part Committee from holding an organizational -
GAINESVILLE API( J William Tilden Jr., of Miami University Holmes. and Panama City. for Bay ties: Jacksonville and Jacksonville Investigation conduct a training the college Adds Tow Group
: meeting on
Beach for Duval Nassau Ba- schoo for officers of this
and police
fcf Florida freshman killed here
was near Friday night and three other County.In .
ker: Gainesville and High Springs area Oct 6-24 at the local city campus. Music Instructors To Elect Officers I
Students injured when the jeep In which they were riding left theblh..a event cities in the .A priority ,
for Alachua and Pensacola for Es- hall Jle said he had banned theveterans' ,I ,_ .,. .
unable or unwilling -..'."; ,- I T *.
and turned over several times group are l-- ; tD 03>:: :)c--e' 5-rJ]
cambia County. Classes will be held each organization from (hecampus ::
Florida Highway( Patrolman W. U. Townsend 'said' Tilden. Mho I to qualify for the Federal until! its member have LAKELAND-- Permitting more ARES-County Committeemen -
x funds immetliatcl heir positions .Additional R from 5 to 7 p.m. Subjects to be c-mprehen'-lvz and for the Lake
Gras dthlnr he .car was dead upon arrival at the County Hospital priorities were proved that charges brought thorough< m- County Agricultural ; -
will be filled from a B priority assigned in Lake. Sumter Orange discussed are investigative: jurisdiction ruction; : in the Eleanor Searle Conservation AS n.. program
Seriously Insured was Raymond Gettman Bush Jr.. of Homestead. public relations juvenile against hem by he American
group made up of areas in !Seminole and Osceola WhitneSchool of Music Florida will be elected at the court house
Rk'hard'f'mable of Miami and David Gautier of Princeton Legion are not (rue"In
suffered problems report writing finger-
which present needs are from 30 Counties with beds to be divided Southern College two new instructors today at the annual ACA contention -
from shock and body abrasions ,, to 70 per cent filled between hem and made prints. collection and presentation a heated session before the are being added for the .
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Hillsborouch County CommisSIon. Autumn term beginning Oct. 1.
C and D priority groups-areas available through present ho pi-
m which present requirements are tals. interviews and note taking American Lesion: leaders charged ')eon Robert GavJer announced The turkey is the onldomestic:

Extra Checks Await TeachersTAlLAHASSEE being served from 70 to 100 prr :. burglary! investigations, "estf'rdathE' AVC was a "Communist todav Wallace Beard I'Efil'Y111: poultry which is a native to America -
cent-also are set up. but they Top priorities for the 16 new searches and seIZUres. evidence -fiont" or-ani/ation: The be choral director and voice instructor -
1 I public health centers were given; to needed to obtain warrants testifying commissioners refused to donate with Eugene Field Musser -- --
API 180m'" Imp a year that the counties; snail<' "pay may not get Federal funds for their ,
Washington. Jackson. Franklin in court. techniques of arrest. count -owned land to the local added to the piano department
Jsefore Jtii }
next t \n cxtia monthsjpavchedcs all instructional; personnel nether projects for several jears
) arc cuing to be issued emnlovcd on a 10 or 12 months The top priority holder. under Volusia Gilchrist. Madison Pinel- ACC chapter Best Trailer Shop

jjor f"'f'1Flonda drool teacher ba<:I..'. over a period of 12 cai naar Federal regulations. may postpone las. Alachua. Sumter Nassau. Car Kills Boy 6 Dr E. C. Nance explained mission opposing "sanctioning by I

.who works a full 10-month school mont hs."' actual hospital construction for as Manatee Suwannee. Dixie Taylor MIAMI (JAP I Roy L. Hoff 6. "That's he only ban here is. any official of the University of EXPERT REPAIRING

fear. .\lIla'it\ Jf'ar's tf'a..hf'r."orlo..d much as a :%.t'ar'without losing and Jefferson Counties. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoff. Then they are welcome back on Tampa of any meeting for organ 2225 W Washington

I Some may already have receivedan on a nine-mintli 1'01ba..is and their positions. A public hearing on the master was kiled yesterday when struckby the campus." izational activities of any unit or Dial 6894

i extra check or two Some may; ended the last school ;year even Priority B ratings were assignedto plan will be held here Oct. 15 at a car while crossing the street I One Legion post. Seminole 111. affiliate group of the American I fan Winter Garden
:set them for Christmas presentsCrthers with the board. The counties Marianna and Bkxintstown for a location to be announced later. two blocks from his home presented a resolution to the com- Veterans Committee NoadlL

when they start their vaca- owed them nothing until they --

tions next Summer others during returned to work in the fall i

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11/.insets Rollins ,;; Rebels Down Gators / Beat Ge

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Fleet Florida Drops

Tu/cte/ Upsets 'Barna 2120I For T Tw

( Scores 19-9 Win 'Fast 14-6 GameAt

Over Tar Eleven S. .S : Hailed Tide I JacksonvilleBy DownWIll' IC. I

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"ltl F '-" PI' C&itie- F'- I Bottled Up --The Umvers v of '. .
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nit S. S "or as .,'\ Mississippi striking by land and .
,n '. 4 v' cnr! :He! ,, NP-XV. niT F ANS lAP' Tulanest bv air. defeated Florida; out- 0(' "
H _, ; ",\ ';' 'm ': r-nch I 0)('cnVan'
Roll ( "P- There bef.--e manned Gators: 14-6 here :1.tnieht
"S iil loot* ;2; ""I' v ::-r.flt; faUt l t t'lIl'ht n. _t.I:irthie"\ lon-dlStan"E': : before 17,000 spectator in

-tIing pays! here yesterday to a bruising but thrilling contest.S .
.,- '
;;.bf't A!abama s big Crimson Tide / 1 :
|ibu talh: Lrague "TiW Erkine club pun -h<>d acrcaa r- ; Charlie Conerh Ole Miss' great

UU ,sck. BIb 19 points! In the first ha!f on the : : ,.1)00( to spectators.20 before an estimated 60.- quarterback passed to Eulas Jenkins -

- ] r:Md with 1 in3n. ''> I itM-rapped and surpned Tars ( s. .: e : I. was A'abama' first one-point 5 in the third quarter and WillGlover ..' .

.', l> abu .back' And then fought off la-t half Rol- c -.. S. f''t. :!rfeat. since the Tide lost 5 to 4 skirted left end for an- 1
1st *>prlnl.rthur i int threatfor the VICIO-A ra '1' the Birmingham Athletic Club ther score in the fourth period .- ...- L. -:. .
FIRST Ql'RUREnkmf' : Honda scored with two minutes JIMMY ,
t* a member Itf the Rollins ':cl the first football game it ever JIMMY BURKE :;
won toss !eft on a 12-yard from Doug
: back 1892. pass still undefeated
_?t l DId turkey elected to defend the eas goal payed. in S Belden to Tommy Bishop in rematch bout

[ ntmberthip in the Henry Baxter kicked off to Pierceon Tulane stopped Harry Gil- FIRST Qt'.\KTEB

the 20 who returned '\ the .55is4 a mf'r's famous passes intercepting -
.5- S $ S
Erskine: 37-\ard 1:ne, after ore ri three of them one for a A stiff northt"rlyIIrmd faced

..t t SHtb Carer gain play into the lUte Loevnloughed $ t A -S touchdown Tulanes other two S Florida and the University of Mississippi Dupree Burke Rematch I .. .

DU team, tnrouah the m!dr e TO e ".'orf'S-whirh came in the last here last night Florida J I ii, :-
50 for first down. APr two ;_. S 53 won the topp and elected to kick-
- _lion for the 'he a ( seconds of the first h.df- .J,... .' "
line plays failed Hipps oa .'f'd 'o S ( were on Ed Price's 101-yard S off Salmon returned Lewis kickoff 11",. t: !' ,
a full thuslsot11ck Bagwell on the 30 Lowe ht :eft ku kitff return and a 38-yard from his seven to the Ole Spotlights AmVet Card hI" ,j <

tackle for four and a I tse-yad pass! plai from Bennie lllender i Miss 20. .With Chuck Conerly paving ,l.a ,

Rollins penal'v gave Er-kme thE' to Rat l'rats.Alabamas I the .a>. the Rebels punched ...

tr- ei;,: 'ted t. Wlt ball on the Rollins 20 \\ea\er hit l< I lout tow successive first downs before Clever ,T,1'nnDupree.: 1711-p..und Tampa s.: .': I ,
big almost
ne sue-
,:'' t i) in Prlan.... for three and for ; Flonda held Conerly puntedout !! -
center ei- :t a II JimnB
ARMY SCORES ON VILLANOVA,i am quaver or W- ,< o ,t \ v .' ." "avo c' rded where Gilms overheads, of bounds on the Florida eight. squares ;: irke, i' e'.'c1fi >-Dnur!,' "t'
:::: .t)1M ninefter Carr
juci game first down on the '
Palm Beach I'
worker .
failed. The red-clad forwaida Gardiner after two s. kicked :n a mne-rf1ur'd rerciatch that :: J
lost three at right taikle Carr h : .. C-3-c v\ \ is >
.. (Gso-Do :: .'0 2 .->' 5rr-c.-e! tore big holes in the smaller out to the Gator 47 and rough lines a 32:!-lound AmVet boxir c..lrd 1: t'.e; I.e.:.. n ,\ t ii
"" .ellIth a pass down the .. 0. -- S SC
3C -" : ;: 'oC ; 5. : ; :cartrst Tulane front
f;;::' I'k 1'n 5'tft..w\'S middle where he was" downed on S, tc..c'-c2.: .::.::.. ",,t \ :1" on "ec.d i. ''A :) \\ ;" Lowell Tew and men.Norwood as Gilmer.Hodges work Jenkins began picked between' 18 the around two lines.left starting at 8: 30 p,m, tomorrow, The rem.,'c h was .. .

the four-\ard line" Plt'rct'JI11t up up by PromotT Terno'e Mason on...... ..
the war It's - --" -- -- went through for substantial ; end and Conerh passed to Jenkins
center to the one-yard line and popular request and a mutual
Crady Cornell gains for 11 Florida line stiffened
al coaching Lowery rammed' over right tackle The tide scored on drives of 44, and Flor da took over on its- agreement for the nine-round go Louise Suggs
for the' touchdown Bryan converted was reached after one fighter preferred <
Army Keeps Unbeaten Record 63 and 36 :vards
in his 13th from placement. own 10 Griffin hit center for eight rounds and the oth-r
Big Mancha
Vaughn started
nine and Belden picked up Florida
ar is slated sought 10-rounder
Bran kicked off to Darty in Beats
Alabama to first Kirby
its score. running down Gator 20
s first on the ,
(, :. grid opener the end zone and it was run out WEST POINT V Y. TAP i iArmv it' champalOnhlp trams of vcer -: S,'ott I went abound ruht! end from 37 yards with. an intercepted pass but the Gators 'E'ren.t able to These two staged a close fierce

an interesting to 12 Dam on a left end run 's preen lootba team car \earRecovered. the three to tally. to the Tulane 44 Hodges ended tarn after Forbes had made an- scrap here two weeks ago when

i ii. fumbled' and Go dins- recoveredon ned on the winning ways of its fumbles set the Vihanova presented a veteran the drive with a one-yard plunge. other first down on a 12- -ard gal- Dupree was declared the winner 'For Golf Title

j i the 20 A fl'eyardpenalty for departed \\merican backs team that was primed to end I Hugh Morrow missed a place top and Gardmer kicked out of by Referee Tommy Gomez in a
S excessive" tune in the huddle set stage for both of \rmv's touchdowns S decision that brought forth a i DETROIT AP; Louise S ,
i nnc ee running attack Glenn Davis and Felix Blanchard.by Arm"s long run victories over i kick that meant the ball game. bounds on the Ole Miss 26
Erskine back to the :!S. Carr hit S Gustafson fell on a > il- chorus of boos from the packedbouse wi ith.iood a sensational
7): lamat: downingUlanova 13 to 0 'lanova the 1944 1945 and 1946 seasons. He made the next two. but Ed With How ell doing the running.Ole .
Chat-I I left tackle for four trds and Carr '' bobble on the'ildcats' in attendance. Dorothy Kirby vesterdav '
Chatta OQKa's vesterdav. marred orly by last years scoreless Heider booted all three for TuianeAfter Miss moved down to Florida
hit Deer with the S 11 near the end of the first half Ortand llS-poond Jimmy he 1947 Women National: .Ate
a on seven- ::
pass Elwyn Rowan fullback Bill tie with Notre Dame but the the first Bam with
V: <1:ange city next ,, score. 40 where Conerly, after overthrowing I .
and darted all hte. to he
>ard line but a 15-yard penaltyfor Gustafson halfback. and Bob > way Wildcat backs could no nothing 53 seconds left in the half. Pnca1 I Laedefce seeks to keep his spot r Golf Championship: ','
; : his target: twice ran to I
:::::::: a club is due goal line the next .
excessive roughness set the Stuart 175-pound speedster. all : on play. against a forward wall led by fumbled John \\ozniak s kickoff. the Gator 18. but Howell was less record unblemished as he i in one of the tournament .. '
arrancemenU! :I:i Flying Fleet back 'to the 22-vard : from last years' team were the men ; In the third period, Ralph Pas- Capt Joe Steffy. picked it up a yard behind the i dumped for a two-yard loss and takes on Johnny Dell of 1ltmI I e t finishes' The match was *

: :--' in the Spring line Two line plays and two pas 's Coach Earl Bahk presented' to fill quariello Villanova fullback. dropped Villanova 000 00 goal line found good interference I: Ole Miss was penalized 15 for phis In a sii-roand !semi-final through 34 holes as the two O.
: -3 f-om 195 to 240 failed to and Rollins took tussle. Another eis-roaader pits I giant fought it out but Uu. .,. .
gain the shoes of Davis Blanchard and194Cc the ball on a line buck and :. Army 076 0-13 and scampered down the naht holding after a Conerly-Poole pass :
""::"*::) College, potentc over on their own 29. Justice went great quarterback Arnold ; Rowan recovered \illanovas Army scoring: touchdowns Gus- Immediately after Tulanes E'n-I I had been completed for 15. Con- Ray Del-dado against Bob. won the last two hole to ,

c t _::' Dewey Riddle. : off right tackle for 12 arris to Tucker They performed creditably : 23. Bobby Stuart. ripped off 21 taf on, 5cott Point after' touchdown I I sideline all the distance !I erly missed two more passes and Rodriguez : the crown '
i S I the 25-vard line Peacock rammed but Armv did not look like I yards at right end and Winfield S'effy.California, I sums kickoff Johnny August then kicked out on the Florida 25. Two jour-round and one over Mus KIrby. three down thIS ; )

tomed for all American I center for five more to the 30 ---. -----, ----, I pass and Ray Olsen recovered for' a por kick as the first quarter three completes the program San- J holes stroked --- .
S After two. line plan failed' Peacock i fumbled when tackled' in a' ford Barrom opposes Teddy Pincer under women' par. on the
f-rnta Kill Srhafer, !!O.w on a lateral passoff.'E'nt for a the ban to the i trying ended
out 12- ard line
< on fourth down. rammed up to the > Tulane on the Alabama 38 On the and Hank Oliver takes on :nine of the afternoon rot!n,: ,
m> Pearh who first down the Tar 38. Carr's'
27 for a first down. there' Justicespass =hy of a first down Baxter dropped Bears last play of the' half Ellender I Sonny Savov in the two four- could only pick up one hce; ') Tc.
It !Bummer pass to the nht dl"t"p"as intercepted Loren Broadus Jacksonville
,beach report 11 to Moody \intercepted' by by Lowery on the 26 And back and kicked out on the Ers heaved a :28 yarder to Prats on I freshman electrified the audience framers Ernie Valdez and Dick her fellow' \ Georgia opponen't C-
I during the season Hipps on the Rollins 45 and returned I the llama ten. and Ray fell' across Manng launch the evenings' fes- team he ran it back to the Tar 36. kine 48 a 41-yard kick but Ers I estimated at 17.000 with a It-yard
I on that
| put up that to the Tar 37 Erskine took the line with two tacklers hanging tmties I 37.
Bouchette went four yards off : kine roughed the kicker and theTars gallop through the middle. but Ole t
'riday nisht five-vfcrd ---- -
was a penalty. After on i
once a
one incomplete right tackle to the Tar 40 Darty' Upset Navy 14-7 I Miss line held and Parker
|Len of the Oraniu ('nllnty pa,,-,. Carr hit Deer with I got a fresh down on their 26 : Two and a half minutes after ; again Mr. X :
for .
was stopped six-yard loss but booted to the Rebel 23 where Jenkins Kirchmeyer
for opening of Sebastianrlandoe another pass down the middle Erskine drew a la-jard roughing Dart on a double reverse went. the second half opened. Price intercepted | returned Mississippi: movedto Whips

Tlcrrv\ rate the I good to the :25! and followed witha penalty. im'mg the Tars a first four yards to the 30 Delmar recovered -I BERKELEY Calif 'UP! A powerful a Gilmer' pass on the the Rebel' 40 where Conerly Tussle Tops Slate South Carolina
last pass to Biewell on the' six as dead run and went 55 yards to
tears rlub. the .
down on Erskine 46. Bouchette his own fumble for a four- Lnne'-Mtv of California I kicked over the (goal Gardiner
'I the quarter ended Score Erskine got yard double its first score without a Tidesman coming kicked out the Florida 47 and '
a on a reverse to II | football team getting/ to At Arena ; '
7. Rollins 0 yard loss. Justice picked up a yardat 5 \labama abandoned ':
| n Koi.irts home end iame: I the right and Darty went around .1. taste of glory m a decade. humbled close' pace I I I I after three passes Conerly kicked touchdown bid m the foul t trod :
I' SECONI) Ql'\RTfn left end to the 42 I right end. making It fourth and 7 in the goal.Mississippi. .
: ::;::1> on if you want the Navy 14 to here yesterday then. Gilmer over Headlini: t:;e Am\et wrestling wasn't enough' for South<
I \ I After Carr pass: to Hipps ia the Sirmons spun over center for 20 eight on the Tar 29 Justice kickedto one of the early 1947 $grid seasons started a 63-yard S, : after another dis- presentation at Legion" Arena line' yesterday. and Ma: )

1- 'arw1tleatrh There 17 end zone was batted down by Dar- yards to the Erskine 23 (0a ,'. the Erskine 34 where it was I most stunning upsets slither scoring off drive with and a 39-yard ,: play of tempers. drew a 15-yard Tuesday is a thrt'e-fall-to-a-fmish hung on for a 19 to 13 \

are ty. Carr rammed over center to first down Darty got three yards ; grounded. Erskine was penalized \ terrific Bear forward wall ended guard Hodges I I penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct outing between Rollend Kirch-i over the Gamecocks bef 0
1:1: f Pies! R,'.n Gal- the four Here Rollins drew a half at left tackle putting ball on the !, back to their 29 for offside Pierce S: featuring: a quartet of great S plunge it with a three-yard Belden hit rushing with a meyer Jacksonville Beach and the I crowd of 15.000.Marylands ,

1 t I...s bf n( h :show the d is i a nee. to the soal penalty 20. Sirmons hit Moody with a pass I' after being: tranopd t1"\tnt circle
A riermont from for roughness putting the ball on down the middle good for a first right end- went "back'totheIeftand It wasn't until the final 36 gave Alabama recovery its on Has underwav Forbes. hobbling identity and home stamping1' lion netted a panof scours

S istClOflSrI.lauJ the two and giving Enkine a first down on Erskine eight Bou- traveled to the 41. He then minutes of play that Navy was and the Tide rolled next chance : along on a bum ankle. streaked grounds are unknown. S first Quarter' and another ',

: .:: Cteorgia Tech downAeaer hit center for a chette went off right tackle to took a hand off over center for a able to work into California terntorv. ground again alone the 33 yards to the Ole Miss nine, but In the semi-final Red Mclntvre third for a 19 to 0 lead
I I '::" C--: a BulldoM. yard for a second down. and one the one-yard line. Peacock. who first on the Tar 49. Lowery goes head sliced off Caden- I Florida. after pushjnz; to the six a newcomer collides with Dick I IBiabop In the last period South i
right for
tackle i't better kno. I to go for a touchdown. Hipps went had just replaced Sirmons. around lea end for another firston ; 1 last guard the I took to the air and Belden two Vancouver. B, C.. in a one- tine roared back but 'c'
n It the second straicht six
: victory -
I at Plant I over kit guard for the touchdown. rammed center for the Tar first I', j passes fell incomplete fan one-hour type bout. The third Bishop Strickland streaked u
High: in Tampa. the Tar 33. Smith hurt for Coach Lynn Waldorf as Alabama made 16 first downs
was to
on t
I I Bryan place' kl"kI.'as. blocked by touchdown Knecht booted the Conerly quick kicked 55 to the contest on the ('ardJI' l be an- end for the first Gamecock '
Not ( amp near Itrevard. .S iB, Ch .,holm and Erskine took a extra point Score: Erskine 19. the plav Pierce lost a yard at. head man of the Bears" and following I: rushing! against 115 for the Wave, : Florida 28 and the Gators startedto nounced tomorrow by Promoter t down after the Maryland Ill'

1 pinnerbark the champion I 1 13-0 lead Brian kicked to Peacock Rollins 9.Knevht. right end' and Lowery goes down last weeks smashing 37-7., Tuiane" nine and gained 25 yards, roll again. moving down to the Temple Mason. held three tunes on the on.:

| Sid. a hai: ('k \I. also a mem- on the 15 and he returned to the kicked off to Lowery on off right tackle to the Tar 29 S triumph over Santa Clara. stamped i I Each team completed six passes Ole Miss 33 before Salmon Intercepted I line Bob Land convertedminutes '

| i er l T grid squad only four Tar 33 Darty circled left end four the 15 and he returned to the 31. S Pierce gets four at center, making S the Berkeley club as; one of the ,S them and "Bama only 27 I Belden long heave to Dawson Stops Champ later the Carp"

roster hail from out of the 1 I yards to the 37 Peacock spun Erskine was. off side drawing a it fourth and one on the Tar :24 nations potential powerhouses' I II but Score Tulane bv rjenoda gamed 58 yards with L Chesser on the Ole Miss five SYDNEY. Au'ral I APT Fred- !, struck for another touct.'

i I through center to the 40 Peacock first and 15 on their own 32 Lowery but Pierce got a first down over -- -- -v : Bow en sneaked through center as 11htJI'e'llhtcontender when Bo Hasan passed I A
'S Beam SDlin Into the rontM- tn th. took a backfield lateral and right guard on the Tar ::20 Pierce William & Mary 19-0 Alabama r-un-O 6 14 0-20 I the half ended with thescore board die Dawson American / scored Jack Couch in the end soon

44 for a Tar first down" :'Peacock: went for first down on the midfield failed to gain at left tackle andLowt"rv Tulane 0 14 7 0-21 I reading Florida 0. Ole :Miss 0. from Clcao; Austral a
!I I batted down. Peacock spun over yards around his right end but Hipps' pass was intercepted by NORFOLK < LP I William and I Hodges 2, Cadenhead [for Tewl, I kicked bounced into the Miller Teatheiwei iord Champion Melbourne Cornell in 27.0
:: a
Christian Points after in \\l'
xas 14-7 touchdowns
center from his 47 and went 27 the play was called back and Rol- Justice on the Tar nine Justice :Mary took a 21 to nothing game :2, placements Tulane rS : end zone. Conerly pass to Jenk- last ni.t'i i,1',\ -"ln svt.chcd: 135 Win Over Lehigh
:::V.CTTII Te.iAPIO4&la-f yards to the Erskine 30 before he lins penalized 15 yards for offensive back behind his goal line in punt over Davidson yesterday with two scoring: ins back-fired for a three-yard Miller' i.9.
:-laA: tM hard-bitten Cow- was hauled down Justice went for holdine putting the ball on formation runs out to the 12. Justice line plunges by hefty fullback Jack Touchdown.Piats, Price I for loos Conerly parsed to Poole on ITHACA. N. Y. lAP) A
S 3 ITide T:xas Christian home two, varci.around right end Peacock the Tar 34 for a first down. Lowery passed to Moody who later- Cloud and a la!>minute pass by Prats !I. :2? Pi ints! after. touchdowns the 35 who fumbled when tackled !:>\'ort'd Cornell Universmined .

I?::': :* a PC,nant dL'>appolntt -I pun over center to the Era- went to the 30 off left guard. ailed to Ralph Chi&holm The play tailback Joseph Lex Hem r :ttit! \\
j?: >:'" aas Jim SpaVital kine 22 and t then rammed center Carr took a fake hand off and went to the Tar 46. A gain of 34 The scrappy Davidson \\ildtats squirted into Kynse' hands who S ',) win its opening game :

I -' :'d C7 arils for one touchrwn -|Ito the :2O for a first down A dou- went around right end to the Tar vards. Hoi ton fires a pass to Darty held the powerful William and moved to the Mississippi :5. The ,, nTnt'

| Jrhn Carry passed to Bill bit reveie' fumble recovered by 14. for another first down. Lowery m the right flats good for nine S Mary team on even terms dw i m? Gators moved only two yards in Big Red opening ion E

,: :m'-s foi another and an ironc 'I Justice lost four yards and Darty got a yard at left end and Carr yards to Erskine 45 There were the first half before the he,if w a-s three tnes and Lewis' attempted .,.., scored twice in the

c. t! 'fcr::f !kept. T.C,U, haltered I I failed to Main at left tackle Peacock hit Ottis center to the nine yard line four minutes left in the game to. turned on in the last half. field goal was low and wide Ole d i .I iird periods Capt. Wa! i 1-:
Mocnev butted' "
I s:J rxra:: : ft minutes in the I threw' '' a pass to Moody good down Carrsattempted play Horton jump pass to Moodywas I Miss started to roll at this point halfback. scored tWit

t F--:-:u .. ntt t a 14-7 victory. I for a first down on the 10-yard I!I'I three on the pass eight' It was Hipps fourth took and batted down. Justice ploughs 1 I. to Horton for a fivt-yard c.,1.t' a..'> with Jenkins running hard and ..5 S 5, erback. Ind ,Bob and Dean substltu of 'C
Ac ,:w i3 c. 14,000 line Peacock a first down right tackle 'n
-largest open- picked up three belated lateral and tried' left end for a over the same ended Final 1 bio t' 1 Conerlv passes beginning to click. Merdes of Leetsdai
Ed !
;3. a T ( I ki.st'1y-maryeled' at 'I yards over center on a straight but a mass of Rollins players going t othe 40. Darty lost sevenon kine 19. Rollins 9, The Rebels moved to Flonda 5-, the others Dean r
:11 gr;:- ,) ,JCP.1 1 of the Aggies who j plunge Darty lost a yard trying a reverse play. Horton pass; ERSMNE PROlLl..S. 28 before Belden on a fourth 2
smothered' both
r': :" :ea f-ii 136 to circle ball carrier Bagmrll LE _, R "Sr the four placekick lic'ra
vuids through the right end Justice went to Moody was intercepted bv Ans- down. intercepted Conerly pass .
and referee the Tars took jodrjff ._,__ LTaran ,
;: e-a: .'!iiaij.ed\ the would-be I I over' right tackle to the five-vard ball their oterthe lev on the Erskme 46 There Ers. .- .h, LO .u_ 5S 'on the Ole Miss 17 Two plays point
T ( *Lt5iuiers: and passers line Peacock was stopped for no failed on own eight Peacock t kine line plays failed but a belated| High C ._ r r, later on the Florida 18 Parker -----
to at ,
gain center and RG .. ,
S S ,)ii :JJ vards and 16 in- gain at center and Erskine took Bouchette lost three yards backto vicious line plunge: by the Tarssent '. W-folding, Strickland RT.__ \ kicked to Ole M.SS' 45 and Conerly Jimmy Dykes' Son Sign:
:JnplC eo !tfilm', lover on the five Weaver gained ; two Flying Fleet out of the Deer RK 0 streaked back to the Gator 35.
II I S the five-yard line It was third 5 i Hippa ..__ QB .._, toI On With Toronto Leaf ]
I --- '- | four up center and Lowery got I down and 13 for the Tars as the|: I game in the series Hipps went 1 Carr HB Flonda held. despite a five-yard
I CORAL (IABLESRobert j three at ruht guard After Weavers -i i back to kick from his own 36 and i I Lowtry -- HB -=== 0.. I penalty but Florida couldn't gain TORONTO !'APJ Acqui'
Camr Jell Offtria: Rrferee. Wriht tWt-r" : m- four players
S r. ;3 .118 points to set a new I, gain Weaver dropped back to kick Bouchette. standing baek of th s Horton returning to the 37 Hor- err* Cralt South Carolina 'r Conerly taking Parker kick on Elements! have an exclusive safe- Jimmy Dykes famous' ::
l'nll'' 1 ,tty of Miami record for I and Ralph Chibholm blocked the goal line in punt formation. rat n 'I I ton passed to :Moody who lateralled I[ I man Tunner< (CH.d..J South Carolina o: iRaver ., L' the 5liss.appi; 43 and ran it backto guard in the Collector Take Trap. with great Philadelphia :\'
taetha1l: scoung last Winter is a kick and Eibkine: recovered backof the Florida 37. Ole : '
Miss uncorked Its made of acidproof glass cloth teams was announced !'a
football} Candidate this Fall and is I their ow neal. The safety made .. .s'S'S: --- -.S. a touchdown drive at this which cant rot ami thus allowpelluti..n bv the Toronto Maple Lea:
going well at wing back Arthur the score tiskine 13 Rollins 2, ; :' > : point with Conerly hitting two of I-'f-national Basebal' Lea,.
I Saev of St. LoU!:' the national inI I Bryan place k!eked from the 20 .1 S consecutive passes to Jenkins and =-=-::--.. Charles M.. Dykes wi h '
f :Pa'Dlkglate boxing hampion in I to Rollins 4s>>\aid line where Griffith i I ,- .4.. ., l 1 .: : e Salmon for 25 yards and then the engine <>,,1.1 I L,. Leafs from \'anr.cr.f'
: ..cj.I .s' ::(-i :re
;he hctvvwcin division is of returned to the Erskine 48. > tossed a Don't take\ a
one I screen pass tf> Bowen who : :Middle Allan',<. V.I': '
I the leadins; ta. 1 Jri Lowe went aiouiri left end to the ',. ; rLp'3i45. ; ran 16 yards to Flonda five. chanceondiriv0oil. : ; A :r!:c'derFixm i'-
Erbkine 48 but holding! penalty set 5i't.1 Jenkins hit tackle for three. lost Bu\ AC' Boston bv '\ a' '

S S the Tar back to their own 228. three and then Conerly threw and be sure ol'C,Ivotv' _ou:.;s\ille Colone'Ir': :
: Justice faded to pass then' ran and Jenkins a ,'
pass over the goal line \\e<\J. oue'ell1er r 11
__ lO.t. a yard. Peacock rammed centei for a touchdown as the quarter in-ement:::: \\h,,';' ,,' ( ,S

; to the 40 but a 15-yard holding I ended Oswalts kick was good 5r : Cot f>ae : to ..,' .-.),

penalty set them back to their 'e5. :r .. making. it Ole Miss 7, Florida 0. pf f4 -1'.1"" .
own 2b. It was second and 38 to 1 5a S'. T nfuiwMISSISSIPPI '

f.o: Lowe went around left end FLORIDA_)

tot no !f.ain but a 15-yard Ers.kme B e'., ra- .......... awl i'"I
hoiamq penalty save them a first I ) S:' s. _. n L1' ..._u_ N."shak MON. SEPT.
Bl.rk..l LG ..
down on then own 40. Peacock I Biitn __,h_ t:: 'h. _-- -__ .
facIe! back o pass and Lowery m- Crss.-4 -- .- an h s-assaY 291ORL.Nlt
tei eped on the Eiskine 48 and Lambert Ri. ----::--. Suttos BOXING I

i IID back i2aids for a touchdown. : flu"en Harp ._._ .. QB RE __ '_' Turner trail l.EG1O\R "
1 ,.
Bin -> ku'k was wide and Erskine C "y' LH Gnff >

led 19 to 2 Sal.ft.k;,. RHFB .h Forbes .
B; \ an kckt'd! off to Bochette Gardiner ROUNDSJIMMY
an the fi\t and he returned to the

a as tne half ended The score: Graziano Reported BURKE JOHNNY DUFP]
Frskine 19. Rollins 2 I k VS ,

THIRD Ql'.\KTLUBnan : k's.. \ .. ..S I,' Ousted From Army rue 80, w.5550 rsi'i I scoppcd gittil BUI) KIDUoi u, r1M = ,
kicked off to Pfacock on l.und
the five and it was returned to the HONEST. MISTER: J Murray CHICAGO tUPl The Chicago

Tar 39- 'ard line Lowe made two Holden exhibits 871-pound Daily News said yesterday that SfcMI,U\L 6KOIND"JIMMY
at right tackle but a 15-yard hold- s 19fVili44V Middleweight Boxing Champion
tnt g penalty set the Tars back to r sp2cimen he took during the Rocky Graziano was dishonorably LAEDEKE HC JOHNNIE II DE

'.!ra 17 after Peacock failed to International Tuna Cup Match discharged from the Army on April IR5 VM'} V U : ,
'.-in ai center Ju.st ce went off ik5 ; off Wedgcoort! Nova Scotia 29 1943. after serving a 10-month MJ P..un ht prison sentence for wIth-
t k to the 19 Ju.nce absence
Or gmoily on the British Em- ---
k: out leave
: It b ant on the Er- 6 POINt) srtciu.
time: 23 It wa, a 60-yard kick pire team, Hold n was loaned: The news said Graziano was BOB RODRlGs

After a line buk:: failed to gain. to short-handed Cubans for the convicted on the AWOL charge RAY DEIGADO VS J .
Carr took a hand off and went : and another accusation of failure .
day, that side ob- tar; ::- !
off left tackle to 35 Lowery went winning 'I i to obey a lawful order on June 23. issPo....
off left tackle for a first on Er- I| tamed credit for the catch, .I 1942 and was sentenced to a 12

If only 1 19 pounds short of the month term at hard labor and a 3. OTHER BOUTS

5 --- -& SCrcTW0 all-time record di"- ionorab'e du;::harge He was
YARDS_FOR. NAVY: yesterday No 67 is California's Red Franz, quitted: of chares of deseruon -\r ,r-: ". 11.." ..it' RFMR\: 5.01

S ""ch MQ'' ''t' the tackle. is James Cullom In the Middle Ages only the very ,,t (.E F.R" AD\ltSS! IeXRL'SDE '

j'u "!cowhere rich could afford leather soles. Eskimos break their children of RF.EU\E ticKETs: ON RSLF ,'T WUX.4MCJHEVS

.LThe poor went barefoot or wrap- crying by plunging the walling in- SPA bH BESTA\'aAST
Ifan's, into Icy water. '



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.Tarheels Beat Georgia 14-7 ; Tech/ Smears; Tennessee 27-0

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Pupa's Passes I ORLANDO.: FLORIDA Ramblin' Wreck

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Assault Home I -- -

For Two Scores ; By Six Lengths I t i Duke Blocks Margin BiggestVol's

1 NEW YORK 'i'API! The golden 1 : Pass To
:welding from the Blue Grass. hIgh-
Down BulldogsCHAPEL speed Armed cake-walked home In History

I \ by six lengths over the Texas, terror C. State ,

t. Assault, in their lonp-bally- !

'"' HILL. N C. IAP! Two hooed match race ye1>t.t'rdayandthe DURHAM. N C ''UP! Tackle ATLANTA UP' Georgia Tech's

perfect passes by big Walt Pupa victory wasn't over any poor Louis Allen: snatched a blocked Rambling Wrecking crew tore
brought North Carolina a 14 to 7 old crippled colt such Tennessee yesterday and
as Assault. pass and raced 40 yards for a apart
.. football triumph over Georgia here had been pictured. touchdown seven minutes before toyed with the Pieces. rolling upa

yesterday after the Bulldogs had Every step the clubfoot comet the end of the game yesterday to 27 to 0 victory and handing Gen.

eJ taken an early lead and had kept took around Belmont Park's racing provide Duke University's big Blue Bob Neyland the most humiliating

'" ... '" the Tar Heels famed running strip was a sound one. but Devils with a 7 to 0 victory over defeat of his coaching career.
back. Charlie Justice. fairly well he just wasn't enough horse North Carolina State. An awed crowd of 41._ p1

shackled against the front-running- Two ironclad lines and tight watched Tech surge to an easy
<;I. One of the burly fullback's tosses ling of the Blue Grass Matthew's
; who led aerial defenses had blocked the victory on George

fL1" thrown from around midfield from end to end and rolled offensive of both teams until sweeping end runs. Jim Still's

in the third perIod. brought the home as he pleased in this mile- Allen's sudden game-winning run. dt'ttptlJump passes and Pinky

Tar Heels level with Georgia and and-a-quarter meander which As 38 000 fans watched North Bowen's bull-rushes through water -
the other fired with less thanthrf"e
.. .!:... _; just about decided the handicap Carolina State's fullback Leslie and the tackles. Matthews
minutes remaining in the championship of the year. Palmer faded to pass and a hordeof scored three touchdowns himself.
JIMMY LAEDEKE JIMMY BURKE game settled the issue. It was a Doug Dodson. the hardfacedlittle Duke players blocked the ball.

still undefeated in rematch bout. sweet triumph for Carolina afterits Idaho booter, might just as Allen took it in the air and lumoered :Since Nevland took over at
loss last Tennessee'' in 1926 his chargeshad
in the Sugar Bowl
well have left his whip home as he to the end zone.Duke's .
game to the Athens Bulldogs. The never suffered such a de
steered the sturdy of Bull Sophomore fullback
son Lea
defeat was the first suffered by > Jp.s... feat. The worst previous was
right up to the paying tellers window -. Paul !Stephanz kicked the- point
Dupree Burke Rematch Georgia in 18 games where he picked up 100000. and Duke headed for a comeback his first year when Vanderbiltbeat
the loIs 20 3. It
Georgia which surprised the to was a
the biggest. bankroll ever hung out after last year's disastrous"
Tar Heels with a late lineup when \"allart''adt'.s case of pupil spanking the
for a match race :n turf history. season .
change which shifted Johnny teacher because Tech's coach.
- once treat tram lost fite games
AmVet Donaldson from left to right and won four. Bobby Dodd. was a star quarterback -

Spotlights Card halfback and placed a freshman TIght. heavy line play sparkedthe at Tennessee under Ney

,! Lewis Brunson in the left halfback StandingsFLORIDA game with State's tackles land.Tennessee's.

role played for st"'f"ralE'a- James Rees and Ted Dostanko
offense flickered
Johnny Dupree. 170-pound Tampa slugger sons bv Charlie Trippi. scored its MATHEWS SCORES FOR TECH: George Mother 12'' Tech starring on defense. Duke line only in the first period when Beb
squares off against Jimmy Burke clever lone touchdown in the second STATE: GEORGIA:
165-pound West period after gaining "break" n.ORm.UG'f: ; PLAYOFF hoi+hoct > cs 11:1;:: I c' i'id rght. end *r "1 tw j-j i Ine to men also crashed through repeatedly Lund engineered a drive down to
Palm Beach worker in : a to smear State runners behind
a nine-round rematch that head- the Tech 11. but the Engineers
on a pass interference penalty. Results Yf"tf'rd.1vGamp.'olllt sc,'re o:j c t Tc'TH"eo -n .oc nd qunrTer .;: "A' .:"' te'day. the I lines.
lines a 32-round AmVet quickly solved the Vols antiquated
boxing card
at the Legion Arena' Donaldson broke through from 9. Moultrie I t i C C m n-j ft- :' j r* T :a::rc' Halt! L tfit r.i( '. (' ,. .ton States halfback Charlie Rich- inside-tackle and took
starting at 8:30: : p.m. tomorrow. The rematch was made'by the one-vard. line u_ _and___ Joe_ Her__ __ i'Gainesville! leads 3-21. kus. hose brightest performancelast plays over
Promotf-r Stap'c.n-: :; tTc"'c> oe Urperett"J"'P: b i 33;, for an 81-yard march to a touch-
Temple Mason kicked the extra
on.. '-- point. -
i the lastminutespurt
popular request and a mutual, I North Carolina started rolling j j X.TIOX.I.E.GtE Tech '-1,.CT'C': jk: Man upper center is' Gv--' t:' : ,o .> 351. year that was whipped Duke. per- down in less than a dozen plays.
agreement for the nine-round go late in the third period after Georgia Team \\' L PctGbGtp Tennessee* th.er I .ndentfed' ,, Ap V.e.:?. ri formed well in yesterday's game the scoring and Bowen adding ..
was reached after one fighter preferred iLouise Suggs I was forced to punt and Choo- Brooklyn 94 59 .614 1 but went out several times on injuries Tech added point.

eight rounds and the ottvr I Choo Justice raced it back 15 St. Louis 89 64 .582 5 3 and finally suffered a con- another tally in the

sought a 10-rounder. : Beats !, yards to Georgia's 49. Then Pupa Boston 85 68 .559 9 3 cussion. third and topped off its fireworkswith
Kirby two touchdowns in the final
Thrtwo staged a close. fierce tossed one over the heads of the New York 80 72 .524 14 3 Vanderbilt Uoseis Northwestern/
penod as the Vols faded fast.Still.s .
scrap here two weeks ago when Georgia secondary defenders Cincinnati 73 80 .477 21 1

Dupree was declared the winner : For Golf Title \ which Cox caught and ran another j I Chicago 68 84 .447 26 2' 45,000 SpectatorsSaw passing and Bowen'splunges

by Referee Tommy Gomez in a 20 yards untouched for the touch- :: Pittsburgh 61 92 .399 33 2 EVANSTON Ill.rt'PI! An renter Alex SarkiMan.! stiffened set up the second touch-

decision that brought forth a j, DETROIT I API J Louise Suggs down that deadlocked the score. | Philadelphia 60 91 .397 33 4 unsung sub quarterback came t'\en' tune Vanderbilt came down 550 Softball down and Jimmy Southard's 17-

chorus of boos from the packed ': withstood a sensational rally by I i I II Twice early in the fourth peri-i: Results Yesterday through in the clutch for the Van- the field and once stopped a dri\e bell.yard pass Mathews to Mathews rang the

house in attendance. i iOrlando's I Dorothy Kirby jesterday to win od. North Carolina came within a I Boston 2, Brooklyn 1. derbilt football team yesterdav.' on the one-yard line. But then Games Here in 47 took a backfield

118-pound Jimmy the 1947 Women's National Ama-i, few feet of scoring but both times I Ii Philadelphia 10. New York 7. kicking a 10-yard field goal with Cl.nard came into the game as pass. tore around left end and cutback

Lardrke seeks to keep his ...potIf' tear Golf Championship. Up.j j i the Tar Heels fumbled away their St. Louis 3. Chicago 1. four minutes left in the game for Vanderbilt held the ball. fourth Oilando ha. enioyvd the greatest and the up final the middle for 24 yards

'''' record unblemished as he I in one of the tournament's great- chances. (Only games scheduled. I a 3 to 0 victory over Northwestern.The down. on the three-yard line. The softball year in iu history as touchdown.With .
Starting from Georgia's 25 after game's'hero was 19yearold Northwestern forwards charged close to 45.000 spectators attended second stringers and
takes on Johnny Dell of :Memphis e.-t finishes. The match was even. Today's Games |I freshmen the
In a six-round semi-final' through 34 holes as the two Geor- recovering; fumble by Donaldson Probable pitchers 1 won and lost Zack Clmard substitute from through fast but they couldn't 550 games featuring 1,515 play- ; the in final game. Tech scored

tussle. Another six-rounder pits! gians fought it out. but Mi** Suggs the Tar Heels moved to Bulldogfive records in parentheses! : Gadsden, Ala. I, stop a perfect Quick place kick. ; ers from all circuit City Recreational Queen's again in minutes on Billy
but Pupa fumbled and Chandler I Northwestern didn't the Supt. C. L. Varner an- I 16-yard dash along the
Brooklyn at ;; get past
Ray Del-Gado against Bob won the last two holes to take Boston-Haugstad II i I It was a well deserved triumph I side lines.
Rodriguez.Two the I i recovered for Georgia.Joe [IOl's.. White [0-01.. 1. Vanderbilt 43-yard line until the nounced yesterday. These figuresdo I
crown. Gerl got off a booming New York : too. and even the 42.090 visitors had scored. Then Art Mu- not include the girls playoffs Score by periods:
I at Philadelphia t21
four-round and one over Miss Kirby. three down through I Northwestern i
I punt from behind his goal downto fans in Oyche > ratowski managed to geto the j nor the two Army tournaments. Georgia Tech 077 13-27:
three completes: the program.: San- 18 holes stroked out a 35, three I Cooper f3-101 and Jones 11-21 vs. ; Stadium agreed with the verdict. At the time. Varner Tennessee 000 0- 0
the North same expressed -
Carolina and
Vanderbilt 35 i
after quarterbackDon
ford Barrom opposes Teddy Pin under women's on the first i Simmons ((0-01 and Koecher (10-11. I
par : The Southern visitors outclassedthe his sincere i Touchdowns: Mathews 3. Queen.
the threat ended. But the appreciation
i Burson had completed a
ncr and Hank Oliver takes on nine of the afternoon round and Cincinnati at Pittsburgh-Quet"n passto
heavier Northwestern team Points after touchdown
; Bow
j Tar Heels came back strong.Taking to all'ho contributed their serv- : en;3.Official's .
the 40. ,
Sonny Savoy in the two four- j, could only pick up one hole on i I : the ball their 20 after :' (13-71 or Bonham I 110-81 vs. Lively i I all through the tU'i&It'. live : Gasper Perncone on ices to the various Softball promo- I I -
: But that was the finish. Big I
; I 5-61. i -4 4I
framers. Ernie Valdez and Dick j her fellow Georgia: opponent. Miss I I ; times they inside the
another exchange of kIcks. they j tions, and to the fans who aided I
Charlie Hoover. the Vanderbilt
Marine !launch the festivities. Suggs under I St. Louis at Chicago-Burkhart Collision
evening s -i was one par with a started Northwestern 15-yard lineYtot in making 1947 a banner
goalward season.
center intercepted Burson's next I
37. ; (135105.) Schmitz I 11-18I.
Justice and i never could they punch oter a Plans are already under to
Ii Pupa picked up | pass on the Vandy eight-yard line way With Player Fatal
short gains that moved the ball to tauehdoss nTheVidcat. i make next years play even better.
AMERICAN: : LEAGUE: and two pla\s later the game "'aso'er.
Kirchmeyer Mr. X Maryland Whips near midfIeld then Pupa uncorked I Results Yesterday line sparked by I The 1947 Softball participation I Ij .AIRORA.. [EAPJ] Opha J.
: three passes the last which Art i and attendance report: Pohl. 4!. a high school football
Philadelphia 2, New York 1 [10 C.a... T... Law. Ptr*. AtIe.*. ,
Tussle Tops Slate South i I Weimer caught in the corner on innings J ,1 (; I. ,..h .' R.... .... 'l" 1 :.., I official. died yesterday of injuries -
Carolina the four yard line and raced across I Orlando GRID RESULTS'5OUTH t. ..... Io....of .; ,I- .. 1tO ...... received when he collided
I Boston 8. 1. Tampa .
Washington ,
for the winning touchdown. Cox j j i J'ffle., Hol i.gw 4 12" 7J.M with a football player in a gam
At Arena Tuesday COLUMBIA. S. C. I UP I A two- i I! Detroit 4. Cleveland 2. ,. ,.,&........... SOM S 21 15 I'S 'I
place kicked both points. ; ,. ....... .,.... 5M S tl so Its at Geneva. Sept.19.
touchdown bid the fourth ; i Chicago 2-2. St. Louis 1-3 (second -! Here .
Headlining !.i' AmVet wrestling in per- Georgia I 070 0- 7 1 i Play Today : Potomac Slit* .. Concord State f. I. 1"1&_._ J4. Cii. S 24 .55 .
: lod wasn't enough for South Caroline ;: game 10 innings). : Georqia Tech 21. Tentictse O. .&.". )1- <....Ie I 3. 7' 2'a
presentation at Lreion Arena : yesterday and Maryland North Carolina 007 7-14 I Today's Games I I I The Oilando! All Stars and the North Carolina 14. Georgia 7. ,'Ia_ II .;1_'_ ..rt. .. .. I '.,... ,
.. ... .
Georgia scoring touchdowns: I Maryland 1'. South Carolina 11. I. 0 TuesdaY l i.s a thire-tall-to-a-fmish hung on for a 19 to 13 victory-I I Probable pitchers ( and lost Tampa Rockets will play the third I
I Donaldson [sub woo Shaw SI. North Carolina Stat Tchrv 1'1 C LIpsasos n. f fill $0 I '
for \
outing between Hollend Kirch over the Gamecocks before a Bradberryl: records in parentheses 1 : and -isi\e game of their Florida Hampton Institute 19. Fort Bra .
Jacksonville Beach and the points after touchdown: Geri !SUb West Virgin.a. State 1'. Virginia UfnmII. fI,," 4 45 05 z.. ,
meyer. crowd of 15000.Maryland's for Gate"ood I I. placement. North Philadelphia at New York- State Nero; Leauue Shaughnessy .'>n'" I....... 4 4,, '." In,..."p..... sif
hooded Mv>tenons Mr. X whose I IIdt'ntlty deceptive T-forma- Carolina I Bnssie (10-01 I vs. Raschi (72. playoff series at 3 p.m. at CarterSt. Wrett Virginia S,. OtterMin .. 1-, 5. <:ffl., 4 It.., ,."".",10.' ,sy Y '"
and home scoring .touchdowns. Cox will Alabama' 20 sv.,47, (105. S5'Ui I I; I a' 43.1
stamping tion netted a pair of scores in the Boston Park today. The winner Tulano 21. .
I ai Washington-Johnson ...... ,, .
i sub for Weimer I Weimber. Points Florida A and M *. Bethurw Cvoknun 0. Ts.om. II h" I l:;
grounds are unknown. first quarter and another in the > i 112-101 vs. Haefner 19-141.) play in the State championship Dull 7. North Carolina state '. "..or.... "'0&" I t" :.4
In the semi-final. Red Mcintyre 1 i third for a 19 to 0 lead. after touchdowns. Cox, (121 Place-. Chicago at St. LoulS--Lopat. playoff series. Orlando won the Wiley 40. Clark 7.WIl.am !to.nu_ 7 .., .
I ....._
a newcomer collides with Dick In the last period South Caroline ments. 15-131 vs. Dean [10-01. ;I: pennant and the championship in Howard u"and,...Mary 7. Blucfwld 21. 0. State 0.0.r T..1s 735'.O144.I- 1 -- \

Bishop. Vancouver B. C.. in a one- I roared back. but too late. Detroit at Cleveland-Hutchinson i i 19U. I II r VMI 13. CatawkaDelaware : S Wl1

fall one-hour type bout. The third I Bishop Strickland streaked around Minnesota ((17-101 vs. Feller ((21-101. i!I '! 0.Waahntoi. state 7. North Carolina StateCeline Softball Wonderful

contest on the card will be announced I end for the first Gamecock touch- II (Play.ff> j I j i FOOTBALL KO3L\XCE and JeHerson 12. Bettea* :

tomorrow by Promoter i down after the Maryland line had ; I Result VMtrav |I II !I I Paul Gibson. N. C. State end. 3;. Says 90-Year-Old Fan 1
H ".. Tampa 0 Havana leads 3-2 Tech 20. Furman I.
Temple Ma.on.DowsonStops. held three times the aana_ .:. :., of football Vm.o.a .
on one-yard | not only played a lot Virginia U. Ceorve VVasfcinoton 11. .
II line. Bob Land Triumphs 7-6 I ..A? ". o ,
converted a few i: MIAMI-Seventeen bI -ribbon. against Oklahoma in the 1917. CASTReno4a t I
Champ .I minutes later the Carolinians' stake races-the most in Winter Gator Bowl clash he also met the r 1*. Coast: Cward Acaoomr 1'. HASTINGS Neb Softball is a \

SYDNEY. Australia I API Freddie struck for another touchdown I I II MINNEAPOLIS of Minnesota I UPI The forced Uni- ]I racing in America-will be runI girl who later became his wife Tale Bucknell 14. KmMoint 25. Alfred 11.C. j wonderful sport Mrs. Alice Law- 1 i.iJ
Daw on. AnKiuan I hrhtweishtcomma I when Bo Hagan passed 8 yards to i'' was I I I during the 40-day 1948 Hialeah while the Wolfpack was holding Cornell 27. L....... L | son has just discovered.Walking !

i : um {'!1.,< .iru scored a Jack Couch in the end zone. I'I' Into. a savage last-minute 7'to scrap meeting. January 16 throughI pre-came drills at Ponte Vedra'' Army 11. V.Manova Connecticut S. 13. I past a softball diamond
II yesterday to pull out of a 6 Brown 13
ten' : al KJ; '. K"J< i AuMrahanFeaiit I 'over March 2. !! Beach. i Rochester 1*. Clarkson o.Muhlenberq : late this Summer. Mrs. Lawson .
win 1 a stubborn University of I __ __ I '
M. Lafayette 0. j asked her daughter "What's goI
e Eadie .
a t- amui'itt'
Cornell in 27-0 Washington football team. Bates 14. Massachusetts "
Mule: L:) ::; .ti'ibourne ,I Vermont 28, St. Michael mg on over there? ,
Ian n. ua3D "*" ieO 135. Before 43.377 ram-soaked fans Expansion-Minded i St. Lawrence 27. Union (N. Y.) t.New "Just a softball game." repliedthe
Win Over J :
ML.r: ) ::9 Lehigh :I in Memorial Stadium. Minnesotabeat Orange Bowl/ Hampshire 2>. C..... O. daughter. -You don't want to :
Middlebury 13. Hooart S.
off Washington's battle to ,
ITHACA. N. Y. I IAPI A heavy i Harvard 52. Western" Maryland 0.Ouauetne 'watch that."
favored Cornell University eleven I overtake the Gophers' first quarter ': .. Western "...,... 0. "Yes. I do." insisted Mrs. Law- ,

downed Lehigh here yesterday. 27- lead as the Huskies tried end Group Seeking Razzle-Dszzle Columbia Teacher 40. Rutgers* 44.28.Cortland SampsOn. f. son-and she did. Unul the season -

o to win its opening game of the :I sweeps line jabs and two field goal Amnerst 21. Champlain; 0. ended five weeks later shedldn.t Pfl
,cason attempts in the closing 36 seconds MIAMI [AP] Teams \\ Ishin .; to be invited to plav in tne Tufts 21. Bowdoin 12. miss league

The Big Red. opening its 60th ,: of play. I Orange Bowl here New Year's Day will do well to stress of- Spnnoiieid Thiel 19. 41.Alliance Northeastern 7. C.Mamo Mrs. Lawson a is 90 game.years old. i

season scored twice in the second > fensive football during the coming season. ;iI 33. Rhode Island State IS. !

chi:! halfback. scored twice with High Tigers I .' Teachers 0.inte.oatioi. Lehigh-Lafayette Hold >!
quarterback Bob Dean of Bloom- and others of his group are offensive-minded, and they'll American I*. Deven 0. I
tninon;: Ind and substitute full- .: Open Tomorrow make their choices from the out-i'i' --- ---- --- '--' --- Holy Norwich,Cross, 13. 0.Lowell Dartmouth Textil O.0. Longest Grid Rivalry

oark Ed Merdes of Leetsdale Pa.. I fits that don't mind tossing the Bucknell 2S. Aifred! O.
Jones High opens its 1947 foot- football I the committee will be able to offer : Wa ner 12 Panzer 7. i BETHLEHEM. Pa. Football
'going the others. Dean missed around and giving the
j a lot moretra't'ling." money |I Fmdlay :32. Edmboro 12. f introduced at Lehigh 1884
ball at Greater Orlando was m '
me of the four placekick tries for season I'I fans a show for their money. Dayton 25. Scranton 4.
ne extra point. : Stadium at 8 p.m. tomorrow when' I perhaps double the check of past i Westminster" ,. Slippery Rock I. largely through the efforts of MICHAELSTERNSUITS
The committee already is 'I
it takes on Leesburg. On hand for :I years. i MIDWESTMiskinoum I novelist Richard Harding Davis.
I as to "ht'rethe- 1918 ..
With the nose Bowl committed 7. Capital
The received university -
the will be the newly game support
game organized 4aII'. S (It..). :
teams will come from. Thrv'd Batter S. Indiana ( Stale
Jimmy Dykes' Son Signs pep squad. school officials to the Big Nine for one of its II i Ohio State 13 Missouri 7 I that Fall when an appropriation -
j announced last night. lil.eto see one from the Southeastern 1 (earns the Orange Bowl feels thatit Ohio University 1.. Ohio Norther 0. I of $52 was allowed for the

On With Toronto Leafs j I.I Coach Reddick says the Tiger.. Conference, since lean can expect its greatest compe-i I Illinois Mchvan.-.is.P.ttsk M >.r niaan.h S.state S. purchase of 11 jerseys the day be- For casual. business and

TORONTO I APJ Acquisition of '1 squad has rounded into form nicely ings in the past haebet'n in i tit ion from the New Orleans Sugar !I Vanderbilt. 3 Northwestern P. : fore the first LehighLafayettegame. semi-formal wear. Both wn-
AC Slat Oil Filler I that direction.lo, top Ia: <,tern Wabash 27. Southwestern (T."" ) 7. '
((uality a -
Bowl and this year at least. they |i That rivalry is now the gle and double breasted
four players including the son of :1 and \sill be in top form. Most Missouri Valley, 2.. Washington (Mo..) 11. I
I.leiurnt hair an rxtluiiie: safe- famous mfielder of the starting !lineup will be eleven isn't going to be will be able to do some equal; Ohio Weslevan 40. Albion' 4.M..wta longest unbroken in American styles.
Jimmy Dykes I i
overlooked in the pickings.But ) 7. ..
guard In iKr Collector Tul>Trap. bidding. I Washington history.
a Hh great Philadelphia Athletics made up of first :year men.N. I I Illinois Normal' 20. Indiana State 7. ,
Its made <>l aridprmif rUii cloth, teams was announced last nightby I as one member put it. "We The Sugar Bowl now seats ap- I. North Central 1'. Illinois Wesleyan C. I Tiffany Wonted

mhlrh rant rnl and lhu allow the Toronto Maple Leafs of the I I C. STATE SETS :MARK want the best two football teams proxunately 75,000 but comes an- Denton Hanover 3 44.>. Rio Canterbury Grande O.12. Florida A & M Downs'BethuneCookman

pvlluliun of __ International Baseball League. i I The 103 yards N. C. State pIck- m America regardless of where other year and thev'11 have some Bowling Green 20. Central. Michigan 1*. \Vorumba Flannel
thev're from.:' 80 000 seats and will be m a position ,, Indiana 17. Nebraska. 0. 6-0
the engine nil.Dn 8 II. Charles \V. Dykes. who comesto ed up on completed forward passes ,
Wisconsin 32 Purdue 14
t laLia %% (. the Leafs from Vandergrift ottht' against Oklahoma on January 1.19.n The Orange Bow hailing unforeseen to bu.ki up the i hi'-k but Iowa Taecners 20 "North' Dakota f. TALLAHASSEE I AP 1 FloridaA. Continental Tweed
'" miMJap- ,,1'! n.r rid 000 tin! tin1 1 lH8! o.uu.Mia II. sav.n .-, Lawrence 33 0"DUO 0
Atlantic this .
chance uu dirty //0. Middle League is an is tops in department and M. College for Negroes
mfielder. teams which have seats bv Jan 1 aLit'l.>'. <8 000 inpa.st a.> t pia -vond 1 ualt t to I an)>- Cornell College 20. Beloit t.Colorado over Bethune-Cookman
au il l Bus AC \ among played 1 Iowa State 0 triumphed I $45 to $55
and fee sore f.I'" From Boston by way of the in the annual Gator Bowl gird iron veai.s Thiiu\ mean Tna on. St. Morbert 41. Michigan Tech 7. College of Daytona Beach yesterday -

.Il \ Louisville Colonels comes John spectacle. 6-0. with a third quarter II \
Welaj. outfielder to complete ar- H t 7. I touchdoan.I .
i angement which sent Leaf Pitch- i i Soybean production in the Sss !1 It was A and M's first football

el Cot Deal to the sox at the end United States has increased 40- I (game: with another Florida team
of the 1947 season. fold since 1924.BOXING i for nearly 10 years. The visitors ;.

'- ------ --- I{ from Daytona Beach were cham- 8.95 to 16.95
pion.v of the South Atlantic Con- .
fetence 'ast reason.

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3 OTHER BOUTS here Monday I : 1(30 DISI.0....OW.Ia CI.as.:SI. III. o CI4C$ N : :

BUT HE JUST COULDN'T QUITE REACH G :Irt..* 8:?* .,If Northwestern: Berry made six :: H.,.'. S Send &JJs 1 1I
"I'oih'lU:' ( sUIr rKM-RVKI: : 8* OlII.UREV:: IMIKR: 12.KIV 5Ut' ; 77hLCklhicr
HIM: HalfbaCk 6 .oby Berry ,,271 vt Vanderbilt ads here and Vanderbilt' won 3-0 Other JUDAS Sa.ts, la life. -. Model. :

(iKNKKAl' 4DMISSIOV I.'. TAX INC. : .. __ .. I I K iII
carries the ball past a Northwestern would-be Vanderbilt players Back Irving, Berrv 30 and uo u'u -

RIM.MIIK KKnEK\t. 1UKETS ON S4I.E AT H.LHMS TIGAR STORE \NU JACK HOLLAV.A'ISCOHEN'S tackler In the second half of Evanston, lit., Back Daryle May i23( 'See story this page]. .add.s. -_-- -_--' : I II 1 I m s. Orange M. I !
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i Yanks/ And Dodgers Set To Replay 194] World Series Knighi

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Bombers Lack ----- Spirit and Hustle Ticket Sale for Miami-Gator 'B' Fishinu

Tilt Here Opens WednesdayAdvance

Brilliance But Key foBrooklyn's. sale of tickets for the football carr.e Det\.. Een

Miami and University of Florida junior varsIty: squads

here Oct. 18 will be placed on the selhr.e blockh"re; Wednesday -

Still Have Punch e Victory Chances morning. Bill Buninp. President
County Chapter of the University of Florida Alumni A.sn.,

said yesterday. t, -

:NEW YORK [TAP'' It STPITV rv BROOKLYN rAP! Branch RicKPV ThE ticket. pnC'e at $1.75 for

e-" body! has: trouble laving A !In. om I -ummcd up the diamond seats. Ienerl admISSion Florida Opens

ppr on the succc of the 1947 NPVYoik \, qua-rs: : of Dodger Second and 50 cents students '

Yankees champions; of th, 296f1. t LF man Ed Sianky !h' "He B- win be placed m several downtown

American League who are rnteri 00 T.OW I hI can't hit.. he can't cover stores and will be in chrgE of Pat Home Season

\\\< into \VOIld Sene..slight tao C .: ound-and hr s the most valuable Pattillo. chairman ticket

: ites against the Brooklyn Dodg ) man on the team." committee.

w4J ,6' His words could well be expanded Boning also revealed that invitations Saturday

ersStout Steve O' t'll1., manager ol to cover the 1947 edition of the to attend the game had
the Detroit Titters says the 'nirttne Biook\n! Dodeers. On paper they been mailed out to al college -1] -

of Larry lYosil Bert a. Jot, 54 e.. : look :like anything but world beat- prei1ent in the ; GAINESVILLE Fonda s Ga' .n

DiMappio and Phil Rizznto hurl Pi: but on the field thev'r the are hOpIn that we wi' open their Gainesville season r.rxt

his team. Mgr. Muddy flues of the s. ')"t team in the Natlnl'Lagu. have the appearance Dr. .

tail-end St. Louis Browns put T'-';" Donaers Us J. Miller the .University of Saturday nisht against North '
dow n Tommy Henrich and George ,,, ,,. : ( andidate for the leagues Florida president will make since i. Tex State College champ of

McQuinn as key men against hu ino( '\auable! player award. They he succe D. Tiger"' Buningsaid. last season's Lone Star Conference "

Club. THE SUBWAY SERIES foi the 194 baseball championship< be will) mcive t. Erir.t F. 'j tr three and ne '''e, "a N ,r _. :r.t\ I nn ereat slugger up among title and winners of the f.r-t

Coach McKrchnie: of the tween the Yankees and Dodgers will open Tuesdav In Yankee games it Ch "ye return to the Staapaoff. _.m {. 1rs- ._ .,,C1e The he leaders in homers and runs- W. R. "Bill" Conroy. cochairman annual Optimist Boul camp
("If\fland Indians with of 'he committee
agrees :i-iatted-in In Shortstop PeeWee game
irtrran baseball observersthat Stadium shown at left above After two. garner the teams fact aog against Alonzo Stag s College:: of
t with
mo> ;; Reese who is of slightly less Bunmg. explained th

the Yankees are anything han Rut lan stature. leads the Gator alumni were bt o fllln Pacific team. ,
hut a treat team. lIo"r'rr.IC': Page 10 ahr: thttii'iat Srnlinrl-S'tar Orlando Florida September 28 1947 club in smashes the Greater fo Texas under the drer-
Kerhnir believes the 19-zame !! !t l'lrCUl the tion of Head Coach Odus Mtr-.e: !

-- -- -- Brooklyn has pitching staff jame.
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will be makins. its fourth
start of
winning streak compiled by the is the first appearance ofa

Yanks was the big/ factor in that definitely ran not b rated University of team in their 11 -game schedule with a big "

their 15th pennant victory since Browns Chisox ; among the loop's Theirpitchers Orlando and Fonda for the tem bolstered by 26 returrnr.zlettermen. ;
Win 4-2
I 9'!1. Tigers I I Major League Averages their have byword.made Rut inconsistency the team- varsity team in ai1 near future. Star Conference. fne of selectees.them All-Lone

:Mgr. Bucky Harris of the Yankees finished first in the We've got t make this one good i\

sums his team's victory'up Hatar, 1..1.... DAY GM. I PIA.4. ttrl. It. 147 Ilalad? DAY c...t PU,. St 24 .147 uae. atonal first however." he adde. The tilt will be game

rather neatly in two words: "Joe NATIONAL"' LEAGUE CLUB BATTING ANGlICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTINGClBk The Orlando held at tl fr
From IndiansCLEVELAND ClaN. G Ak. S M :2. Ik Mr KM Sk. Pit. 6 Ak I N a. Mr ..ki S* PftV Split Twin Bill The tide that the n.rc ROn
Pa Re. R<-'!i.n ivi ,1"] ":' n: iiu ;-," U ol: 02 "4 .; Turk ii.I'II"7'_ /11* .'J. *'> 111 "I! -'. Bum .\s n. last week elected to back and will second time in

Page is the relief pitcher who Kkh" I"o. 'l-r ."1 I1n : i.I 4' -.: ANa 1&.1 ;! "'....>.. i'll -.jn st: II" 1-1 *-. \I"7 .;.i "< M I into the World Series was propelled the Gator alumni per cent as many starts that Florida's
,. 1"k; I'.a .1; : -ii II";: :IU I I.. ;u4 ;A. ::a ;I I' ..1..1..1 I'; .i-! ' II!: < .- < by the same qualities that 10
i< credited with 14 victories but .... 1.. 1"0" 'l'i .1" 1 ;.... -'_... A II .SN .4 : htii.i.> .1 I.1.3..... "., .11 G- -i. -. uIVIT.ilt ST LOUIS ; APi Vein and promised foil r-eperaton Gators will see action and the
Hauls says he counts his husky rAP The Detroit I..U': I ..II.1 i'l ; I'I -.! '. "Vi I -:;.. '.. *.l'i I Stephens'lOih make Stanley the valuable man he Bob Hammond. in charge tights; with an I start.
: ; : = = th
southpaw as a 28-game winner Tigers tallied the winning run on '; : ;: I : 0;; ...: .1 1 1 0 ;j: .5.1 ;' rhiia., i511"r. 1 1I I7'I i II '.MI .". inning single! with the bases is-hustle. fight and baseball in- announced thai o'dek
h-. I SIAN .4 I ,' 4, 67 j; ; Irt ,- '. publicity ,
Joe Gordon's boot of a grounder i : : I" 5 "'uh. 1-" "" ; r. I. loaded save the St. Louis Brownsa telligence.The The boys with the long
considering the games he saved J'h'I' >. 1.1 :iii3 :;6i: lJ:1 !III.. ssi44.:6)4ATIIP4AL st 1. ill 1,1; ; .1" Miami University roster-expected green
in the eighth inning yesterday and i 3 to victory over the Chicago Brooks be giving the edze
for other members of an ailing I are strongest in inner to following Fri W Fonda .1 n !

pitching staff. added an "insurance" tally in the i I LEA SUE CLUB FIEL.I 6 ATAZISGAN LEAGUE CLUB FIELDING White Sox in the second game ofa deens. The key base combi b strenthene at hands of Bay- over the Eagles-an unusual spot ;

ninth to eliminate the CevelandIndlan ClaN S P. A t .. Prt.: S PC A E Dr P4Sr doubleheader yesterday after the for the Gators J.
The day will come when Harris !S I..."" I.$ 7' :1 I**.. 11' lIt ,! 7MMI.VB ..'......n.1 1- -0 1- ... '. .... nato. Res and Stk. leads 10r'-- would b released sometime t occupy-but the I .
will have trouble remembering the from third place contenI I "". I .: *ui i I';:: I;-. iI 7 ."<.. SatS 1311 l"7 Ji"I'I I .1 1Kal4l ., Brownies lost the opener to Chicago bt leaue in and this week. big linesmen from Texas who ha\ e
lion. 4-2.:: '$,. ", .u 1-; ii-""" 1 I".1 I:;'. I :j! ."77 I ...'I .. : 21.Les only two
111 1It 1 rLoa. -: 7. men the
of the 19- for his lack of starting lineup -
details ame winning 1 Hal Newhouser trained his 17th hot.C" i'i: 4n,,;r; !I''J; In .-., .a 7Ulf.plila : $. .. 11" 1:.... ifl" :7 1 I.. "7.Pbliadrip0' Moss homered in the fourth makls up sp Final plans for the between-the- o
streak that tied the record skein '. nl 3W 1 18. III i:Si .25 1 n: I". I I. .' ..1 1 77Whgt'o ..;- with an uncanny knowledge hah es program, being arranged by that weiah!: slightly under 2f OO

jet by the Chicago White Sox 41 victory by scattering seven hits I II II 1'.hU' I.l Nil r.>05 U. 1:1 ..71&UOloD I''II J'I',". 1 .1' III .,-, for the first two St. Louis runs in hitters. He always plays in the Chairman Bob BIshop. are expected pounds expect to show Coach Ray
I and fanning eight. while Bob LeI! ( 1"0. 347) 1'1 If' 11. .H 54'a1., 1'1 I"-2 17"! I' to' 9''. the nightcap\ but Taft Wright WoWs charges F,
years ago. Harris used every pitcher sea vG 154 AII HI' Ul 134 .,74 U t ...'t 111 4s; 1712 1-.1 11' ...7i.n" right spot to completed within the next a rough tune.
on his staff to achieve the mid- mon suffered his fifth toss.I I Tripi --l-itl.burjii. | hiciio i. $1. Lama I Ts'Ii'I.: ) .... pinch batted two runs home in Two rookie infielders-John- b Bunm toncluded. A win over the Gators will throw ,

:season streak which began with !' OTROITjA1 a..Ir'N.a] CLEVELAND alNsa fAl I[ "ATSINIL 11611 .I""IJ.AL the eighth with a single to tie ny Jorgensen at third and Jackie fOl.tDaht ; adde prestige to the already lau-

the Yanks three and one-half l..kr -, 4 BIB Viti-hrll.rf: 4 I t :) laSTING atc *.s I ANISICAM LCAGuCINDIVIOUI.SATTIMI RECORDSlSS.raralau ,i the score. Robinson. at first have made Eagles and quarterback Fred

games in front of the Boston Red .H'a.a.)' a I A 0 : : l"kIIa.'fl I' ,,'Af h : : i N aMh6 :J! c5 \15.S A., Marl I .a N a.a211kPat. I IHam. ((Al FIRST> CBCCHICAG4) aT.) > L214151A< ) Hetge 1916 weak spots into '1 Phils Outslug McCain. Al-L" selection last \. .. I

Sox and ended with the champions j Ma.2b I t S > Bo.",.l-'an... WAIL; .,. 5.. P5ar, aM t45b ..orb.aI ak r k ak strong one. Robinson Is rear, will spark the Texans -
: ; .. thiim IT i: J 4 t n : l7! .. b
*)rti.rf 512261nhs.25 3Wakrfekl.lf ; Lagi, ..I..h! _> B J r ,.-.310 4 1 1 7
I'n.lt 'ill 21 n "
31 1-2 ahead of the Detroit 11: ;11 34 M- n.... X. Y_ 2.1 14 9 :". '. 5 I Tl ..J7William. I choice of Baseballs Bible. The .
games 4 B 1 I "''HrBiinj.l.* ;IBB ;ii I II t Saa.B,.,. ; ; 1 .K4 Kmif, ; 4 il l.iin' .1 ; ; 4 "L To Win'PHLADEPHIA t
". Giants
RM. l VI .17 1:1 .77 < 4 11\ 1B .1:1:
Tigers. The streak included eight .iitlaw.u aaflaa'I.rl. las. : F. 3Ik( 1I..Kk. : rtt'lf. il ; n fI70554..l.,7h, J ,. J ; Sporting N'rws. as the rookie of For the Gators Hal '
)laCe' VtlU. 1.J3J* n 71 Jl t K WFw .
hot) 1h 2 5 a 1K I'E.Ia.,4.If 2 5 a I S raiia.-B. okih; 4 1 111 I H-a-h! 4 I : I" Grf
i iI. .1H.l" :a 2: I :M ..3.1"5a1451a.
straight at home and lIon the .: : .r.. ml. I446; lIS! 452111,5 the :year. Although not a finished Tampa speedster at .
:> rsrf I 1 IloNarkaa INaISlthIsn..lbIl 1 0 S ri i' %
Blta ta U > 4 41 5 : 2 74 .; TKrf J "riCTi. 3 2 I f rAP J The tl le ,
road. I I. 1 I I I.'"'..,. 4 I I 7 1. lid .,1. Tuila. :. lii II is 7 I 21 .:,iiKin : Pa.k. 21' >n I-: Bt7 :">!: ;i -< a 24,25.: \\1.' ... ., I 'I S I 4H5-,5". 1? I' first baseman the rookie halfback post; Bobby
I Krt!. IWt.u I" .71 71 10 ?'O 1 5. '.71 slug- Forb I
X.If .- AazIa ">l 11_.. a.i. I .r. J't"L> 114 V." lia i 171 :j I 51 l.J ..317Oalwi. 95.....". .I, l'I tJ'ks.O'. 1 II I $ Phlllf'son a
Eleven:: different pitchers were \...hOOb'.. 1 .. B 1 B I W'i"I" I 9' I:.175; 17 I' 11 I 11 I ," S'! .... .. wield a potent .300 bat and is running mate from araw
| ; < > iji ,.' aa :: ,KCwwitua. ; a i .511 T' 4" Tt'"so..nf I" 1"Hat'i. battle York
: ; :l i ; Mi'rM! ii"' II''i i'. '>: r.i r. ;1' i 71 ... .. the best bascrunnrr in the bi gins at half .
credited with victories with Al- -- -I - I U. 174 M u .:2 i s iElUoil :.217 i OiMlMi" NT I :- 'o 75 .5 1<7o !1" :. ,-. .-.. I 3 J 't. .:. 1 ; Giants yesterday. 10-7. although right and Loren Breaduv I'-i
Tpula 3647715! :7STS7lI
lie Reynolds the Oklahoma City I a-S.". ... ..rmr fEW' ..TMals.. te Rrk. 11"Bun.. teuton. 11 1W 4i142iiA,: *, tl 121 4 .34.J :i :j: 1U M ....1I I! Ihrndmn. < '-'. 11'1 ':i 76 1"! 4' i I 67 tiHaiirai. > 'w 8a..n.,'. a)0 a 2 2 0"7 77.II.b time. Jorgensen has done everything the New Yorkers outhit the Phils. Jacksonville fleetlined un i S ;l* .
b-snrk for FIe_. t Kk. I W J.fc. 2" ,* 4 1* In. iS.-P- asked of him L, a dependable study at left halfback will have I''
Indian obtained am ,
from Clevelandfor I ....r. BkiJD iNS 552 .; 1 19 :. 2 :i 47 .3a> I: ApvIlRI CM. 1110 W2 .7 1\1- '" I 41 ".' D 1. 14-12. Andy Semimck homeredfor

Joe Gordon last October the ,I T--r'rwklilt tr...t tar tAir* <. Uli.1M .aa St-4 =,..N HI t 21,24952432426 it M II :it; i 3 4 U ..;: t )I,I ..... m 711:* 4lj 71 r-3 13 8 12 71 .3"? h".lta 00925 In" 2Psi.vp 0 fielder and a fine ?ul! hit the Phils and Bobby some dust. or mud. dependingon be'.t
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only pitcher to win more than ClxrlBBil, tM. -trrrm. H TThln4nntl ter. the weather for the eyes of
Walter. Bits IK V3 17 262 Jl 3 II. i - clouted four-bagger
i21 a
two. He had four of the decisions I 1 Ior4_ a.... hattr IB. WakrrirM. w. imp t', M i-s ,": 272'iI::; 4Ii4iL.ll; >r'rmt M ?.. 7 "in S J 3 T1111; ,..,,i'i -.1 ; 4 :r : TW.I.5..' i 9 -7 is The Dodgers have no quantity fo the pigskinnrrs from .
. ".""-.l. W"h. JT IB :,* n! s 'I 1I" Giants. pndf'rou! N"
r--k. riiPrnhinr i T t> kB- BitWon.: SrI ltn II......... s, 1. 71 117 1 K ,'. I.'i, 11f r \l"" ,in *"' : ,
with two coin to Frank [ Spec] I' '. Lt....... -Qlfmhinv." Kamfir" *. w..qu.bu. I Ma,. ...., !. ...: U U I -1. "no;* I.IBMI. virt. "H 11 is .t i 11 -. .': 5-44I'.7tf0043sL4 .11. _'10. behind the bat but Bruce Edwards saw TORI (.1 I PHILADELPHIA ('" the LnE' Sta Mate. :'- .
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Shea sensational rookie Hobo I 1 I'ihle. .1.! .. _......... .44o5 aM .,.,..,.: I Miuui. L. n, ; ; *<_..... R' n" I 1.1 1 ., I -."! --Si i-..| Tnr Hrrnnrk.. in "11. fills the and ranks ab,5.a 55. aR,3 -- ---- .,: .
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Sf't,som. obtained in midseasonfrom hSa.. \rll.!? M>r. ami rnllmkw. LMt. w ....: Mime. ;S. "n V.:. ii nt"' :'.:;.*: 133 It'o 17.C a> ::i ...*. 1S7::!II ..3;.;."l 1.... 122 4I. "1170. 'I" '"-. -'< .'hs.&.. 'j uinnj.SI 00'. 2"! ....-! the leale's sond bst catcher. .< '. I .1 : : : .. ; r-
Washington rookie VicRaschi I I.",o, n. ITfT.la. Ifn't ."<* niw, .|BKn I Shotton. is batting 5"S" I 11 ". 0050' 2 4 II a Nats Drop 21TilttoRed5ox .
; I h........ I....,.. T. S'nkr.oa' 5saIoaa. 4.Ia'ii IIoUIQ, i201i:4-: 12 *i ill MMrin.: Chi 17-> .- .I-.-! II I A 'I ."* '. .tlirharU.: Hnrhr rt :. piliinor Ktiu SI., 7 1 I 1' ....n.. 13"SI. .
brought; In from Port I < Wild purhrCardinal.- \.IIOaI"' 2. l'.ard I: Kmi Kooui-nn.i.; rt rtkli- '.7.:31 M: >| 1.N, it* SJ 2 j 4 44.7141; ..xj ; Dillin;... Hi 1. 1275516. lfi1 9 :3 .17 I"1"Brawn iliwl. Miihjflu. 2. l I".,,*.,. T,'ii-h4.. hit 10 a Brooklyn manager has ., .1.! ." t I 2 2 'n7.-.u.q. 1 a IIa5.JI

land. Ore., in mid-season; Charley 4411.T' r7. .. ,tn- Hrta', I5'sar ten111": ," J-.1> 4.1 1-tP I 312 !! X. T. .* !" :_ 14 < 1 1 r .".. 1",L T "'.'h.a h.' t>ilin.rr! *,...j.) .. ""a.. forced to use a patchworkoutfield ; i 0I'a,. ;, 3221"I .
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.n,' C"III".. Tu". :: !' ;:"sI P rt. Tier 1U .1;* 74 171! !16 2 H 4! -",' 1'1". '_.1.. 1'1... \II.. ..1.. Ji...,_.. ....1 ".. .' I I ...,". .5 1 a I I 4I1o..zp
\Vensloff and Pane. I ';I'-4"\'. Itiil.I .4 l'lKlitt :i MI 7 : I 17 "."',. I"",. 1.1171: n !1.1 :' 5V.'Ola. k r. 5' ". P.- .,, 'a .' : HIs'k! Tinb most of the year. T" _. : i... .. e ;; I ,
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The other pitchers who picked t"If* ..13. :': S S I _" j ..I, 054 ._ .....> Wali4 SI i '1.. .k ?. perennial Dixie Walker ., ,. 1 ,,1." : I r
'I i-- .1. .N 5. U; -i; i'II i"< H: 5,14 i"* i. a -i? .
CSa. N T. <". <" II M 172: .III: I. ".; : WASHINGTON 'API J Ted Williams -
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tip one apiece in the streak wert''F03'd ". OIL iil ;,,37 l .. J..9 U 1* SS .iUl r continues to right field superbly .
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Rookie '"'''''' j W.J! X1 1 I1" 4.>; 7 'I l I.>.m.. I. Es,.. ".i i.all_ Ha i... !. 0 .'.n., -, 0 hit hi- 32d home run of ; .5'
Bevens. Spud Chandler. Karl :' ..'.',.. L U' ..... .. IIIZ ann.m IIt" i iii WaLrfirid 0*. I'-' .t ._' ,- -- /, M. -'-il.t.iiH., H'i.r' /.I' { Ifjn.-ll'l. N V. "H'l '. l'>- i 4 11 ... -.. SH-l'.. 'I a 0 a a I ye two on in first i- '. '"
Drews Randy Gumpert and rookie ._. inmr- F9'57'I2L above .300. But Dixie.
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51545,' lass 11 11? ? : !I' ,uk. 1 1 fling as the Boston Red -
Don Johnson. .1 i'. O."o" iii Ili ;:. 1:1 I' 2 : .'i -. -. / Shotton has had to get with H..I Sx mule '
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Pessimists who keep reminding; 0 ..I ; '.; .64 49 140 .2 : Al .2M : list, 1.- ..t-, 71,74: -;' 6 1-. v I C... CAME) a subpar Pete Reiser seems I 21701277 1 61a \Vangon. 8-1 yester :. ,
\% :: < LI ;: m ;.0.: ,I, ii 76 : 77 I4" i .. ; j limited the Nats \
Hurls One-Hitter Mrlar'I.sa CHICAC4) |IAI| ST. g. 1. ., Jo .
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t\ .KO\I of the woeful condition of i si *r : -4 .j* .?.,. Wj I h',-. 's' '- 1" 4 2 R !I'1 2'. a 5 r B a. LI (k a to have been scraped off a wall .- 'o. '",a hits winning his 18th : 'I' '

Brooklyn's pitching/ staff should h.rr.I" .s nd.7\ -5.ini. 13.:1$6 ill 1* 73 1 lilt .;:>>, )1aa'.. ".... 'Ii\ l'7'., :.... .12 5 1 7 66 .1"? H'i'os'2biIi 1 'J [n 'in< ,-.-| I II 1 1 3 once too often inconsistent Gene N.. Torkrti I' ::1 "I" : I t i !r run \\ ..
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I : I is .71; !".tlt.>Br'. !M L Hi 'II 71 ,r.i I li -. p. "1 _-" "-"n-.|< 's. .. I .I'0o.-s I II 124 :..( 2Krrm 1 ,5 'Is- 19 fame.TO
[see Harris. Rookie Shea. who has- (ta'. l.ar 1..1. III Jn u.* 17 7 I M .:<: I Kermanski. strong-arm Carl Furillo. .lp (IAI f f- th '
Und,ii. s v 1:1 11 o;; ;_-' : < 7 :' ei :;< Wr.- 'I1"7"'l' .,." 4 n -. 74 .. R"uc-. TlicBm- RuSwnirk 215.0 21 .AS"I.tTO.'U -
n't been any great shakes since he I CHICAGO I AP Ken Johnson. '04.n'T.L'1a.i5'sI,, 94i,7:9 I i 44.2..1-. :' Philllf. 3i.T. II..3. -, 1" 1 1 2 :7Hiaauto )l-ii. : !I..f ; ii: : HaIht7.: 3 fi .1 1 a and infielder Arky 2. ..jtai>. J-. Ttar I'a' 2. j abrba. 1.1.1 t ,
sn. I'M& Ill ;':>2 :i. 1M It S S 41 .. C\'ere r21 J :
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'Vo'on seven straight Newsom and :24-year-old: Cardinal Southpaw. :8. XT. i'5'.247511'19 7. 75 > ..k.r.: f" .n h 'p44n'.i 1"l IS Thoaas.n. LaIIII. Wtt' 1 TbB> kit: P44911.H"uw 'T..h I" \ : '
". $IL. .Hi <74 III IXt: 21 4 11 11..0:. I Sajask*. P5ia. 117 4$1 5' U1 4 -i '* .-tI'.l Tu.nf t i' l 75' :3 I Ha I VaUh. Tbaaaaar.. laeTufi'rs: La. I'P'U''I 'I 3 I 6L'en,7b 9 I .1 1 4 7 i n t.: I I I"e )'
Reynolds are Harris' probable ; marked his; debut in the majors 0.su. Buvun 5S r.i .: w k : u; .:>:. 0n... M7 1\:1 -. ." :--. ?U.., : l'Ik.I1.' 3593. the Dodgers are really 'a'a. ""ut n,-''Ilf.r.1..1.. l.rBha_. 1.Bad *5Ma'q : 1 2 I' a.." .f 4 R 1 5 9 h

tarUn!:: pitchers. Chandler is the I \\sterday with a one-hit. 3-1 victory 4'.. 'o, ," 11 l-'J U ;. I S 6 ::e. :&) 51r.Rs-, 1171 ..: .. : -. \.--o' ..1 M......-. 4 I S 3 0 weak is the hill-supposedly Miz K tr. *n-k and Vinr, "'I. kB.r>: Saw ;I II WiiiiaaM.IN. 1 I 11 1 a .._ .t. I 0 ,, !., I I .
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the luIil.l, ? \\h H 15' .j I l> k l anf.ird.il I 0 1 S 1 ,E 1". rtu* :;. I. <. kalK.' arT 5-4. Z.IMOH : ,: \ ,
'real series veteran but an ailing over Cubs before 10.369 8 '''UA 4. .'** 4; ;a 13 I 3 ;3* .1,1 i iH..t" ._,"$..... 51: .ij j": :i i-1 I : i :. 'i ..71I"1. I : ,. 'n ; ; 70 per cent of theam.Shtto ;. R mi2.. .n'lm. I. jariikr0vnm >: _..< a I I 0 < 1 S I a "I I
astonished fans. Eddie Waitkussingled ". tOo(. '1' jjn III 111:1 "I. :i ; ,, S a t .1 ? .. .. th. 'jC'
arm may keep him sidelined. :'J ".0;""', h"n I I' .; as erratic a crop of as |- > :. IIs'a'$''" ,. .
To"", n. XV. 1., '.. 1". ItT ii: ;5 i. "l < ha fmJer 'I '! : '
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t to left with two out ini ""' V -1 > -JT.1 Hs.p 1""I' inning ; ; : r..
Harris has been quoted as say- Tor....... ho,. ill o4 ;: 1"9 16 7 a .n- H.*... 5.. T. 11': : :'. .j 3 1 n :12 j?; ever pitched a team to a } I m ." .10 ,'_ Fli'' BrrvH r-- ; ". ..'s.pP"0"2 : .

,Jng Newsom will start the opener. i the eighth to spoil Johnson's no- II Uix.rj. fat Hi IU :j 6 1M 17 4 ;S 3T .Jal | ....._.... 8!. L i332: 33 SS 18 7 : S a 27' 1'..... J J 7271. T.'aI:, 363P311 Big Ralph Branca, only 1. h .m-z'lmaii WtfiBina1. pwck.r. HaIaIar31. _. .22"T"r..p ia,0Ta.
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:Bucky. however now says he only i ST. LOUIS ('Nl CHICAGO I INI )lw,>. BkljrB li 74> Is :: 1 I 4 .ITS, : Te45t....'.-_. .nn 19914123711'11 U. t 7' 7' a '' "". "' .n -."_ m a 20-game winner and the 'na I IChicalo .1. ;1 ;. 7 I' T.a. ::1 I 5 7 1 t Irr

;did this to give Bobo an added abrhs.' akt II Eon,.. Phii* 1JJ )14 67 II) 23 a 1J T" .:;T t".",,",. Wz'h 715123' 75 I'72' :! 7 ".. .; "..kN'' I' .. ., ."r.h youngest hurler to achieve that .4,1.Mars. J n"' .'. : '

Incentive to keep in shape and be $bn42"S ;1 I I V''''''''''..-:h 3" a a s1N.IRI.0' H.,.... lnn. 7i lii 39 .3 U r I 1 2 .:;7 1 11 Cranxr 0.- !P4 It 1 I. .' : ." h ,. '0" n: mark in the modern history of Cubs seven times, the : ,.... -,fl .5 .
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[ready. Page who was one pitch .I..lh 4 1 In.'......* I I 0 S I AJ.-. t.". '0il 33 :iai: S 4 21,76 .. <"..> 1\ Bl T !7 : J 'i !.... 1 ,.,.. .. ,. :. .'."t baseball but Ralph finished only Philadelphia Phils six. and Cincinnati ElI,,' .. R. .-, I 55 .s. ..

sway from being released in May. :5otla.-f a I I '!\\...ku<.," 4 a 1 II IINs51t ..itW. I'bil. I JI II.. \16 11 171 7 3 45 :;i ., ......,. ('! <-f" '''l7"5" '.* I ; .. ..I.7u. I p' T' I.N.;,., -., two efforts one a lo"fr. in the three. 91414. ,." 'I'" .s'. \ .. T. .,. ,
.lIsaa'.SLL .Via; 69i.Iia 1 7 41.2;I ".1521. .. I.". II ,,. I.
6. I 1 ltkrrMf! 3" 5 1 ii..0045r.. 45b.IIs.a .. '
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MS Harris' big bet to stop any <;arazK..i, BU I:7 U. ij lIP :-.l >I> :; 64 .:.1 I niiiirr, 1 7 n. -. ;:9 ".-. : ,u r. ; 7 217 7,51lIsa ..II... ,,","':" I, .' I' ..,.\ last two months of the season. \11 Lmbardi a diminutive 'I. 91'S"S. 5I'.5.. (."n. Cas'S 1'< r. ;

{Brooklyn uprisings. In Page the "'?_.It. s *. |Hrh.rru... 3 .. 1 irtidun.N 5'. 1.29 1.4 :3C 11' iS I 13 J 7 .2:4 i 1 Bmk ITU'* i 117'_ :u MI'1H. i i ..7 .1'. I'n" f: : : :. I ': \idn, in the late innings has <01' ': Ii thE Dodger reg- ..... n. "r._. I IS." .. L. Za I IJ
.aararr..* 20002eb,1lsi.f 4 1 I iung, ;S\ .t:.... l.l 311 K; 443 SI ;314 :n. 271 .n.l" .. '> '> .' : ,: '.5.. ,S.,5t. 14 .'".4'SI' ",;.
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{Dodgers will see a speedball the K5Ainoa.pilalrMar-b.fl" S I II I III ( .*. 1'I'lL IJ' i.11 T* U S$ 7 i3.:.3 '. >. : .. been hi" chief problem. '.a:' 'd: 1(1. Vic brat the GIant '1.a.. Is.. :6".... ,._
ju.im' sI. II' f.7 : ; .NK 47 'I .
&.. Hikes of which they haven't seen I (\tk4TMl.M 2554 S V.etta&. '! .. Put. HI 4k6 CD III 17 4 17 64 .2-i. wi;;. i 5I'S:i ILl il'I.- .1;I > Is' .:.::: '. I lotH- 'o":-. .T? l'- -n11 '.v.mir1 '. vm"-: :in his ia'' 12 tries \h 'I'sa.. : I 151....,_.N'
4111'Hrna.s.p .-....".... ,'h.. 1.1 .i17 ;33 M :I" :j :J ;;e _.1149Muss. : ,., ... S t I T. .. : fl.f ,. -.,
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in the National League all year.A 1 ; Sot'" 14552! 'I' .7 .11 21 I1.a ,1 ." :" n. ;: what hell do p.
2051)1 Hoc. n.U' 71 Hi: 3* 4 1t! 106 ._"" .. '..., Itl ".' -'.
55,5. 1' ""$ J'lulhn 7 a .
story on the Yankees of In...._.. S S S : )t....... f. L. Iii :i;J M II* 1' 3 4 12 .:c< .. \ I.., II" .95. ... I I"! _' <1 ,iS ..;' :I.. _, 'f' '1 "-1' 1 1- '1: 'fam f.? .. 5- r -4- 111 .: "

1947 is a story of a team that I : 171t Mitarr.N.. V. 111 53i; S3; H2 J I J,7 3. .24 7Htwell. 5-a. r. ... 1.1 .01 :3' '. U I I --- :
Torah 3e3T27I2'' Ituhstrwk 11 r. Pitta. 73 iL. :9 ;ii II a I il .2 7Kjan. an.lte'ead.'-'.. ".
received a. wholesale act far I!...... n Mk. BM ItA 1M :;,24;; lit 141 32 i 5 tit .A* : '
23 17 4 7 : 'I 3 4 2'
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i shakrup. In St. Petersburg. Fla., ".. Loan .. i iI'ktraan II3t 011-3 I II Tat* Bkl-ClB 73 181 2* M } 2 I It ..24Pitt. Mcikot ch, -

\Iarrh.llarrb: and Pres. Larry 4I5 lOS 014-i : IbM. Mis. 31 1: a i: : & : 6.241Ni Cl..!aTKt 1:4.AII R. 1.-.1 :: 7IV 5 4' :', .
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Error. Sam Mark. Tirarr 2. RnBBIB baflrd' M 342 27 7Lli t 441 -
MacPhail were willing to tradea 1 KiVI>....... b.It....... Ktolm 1 bar: rafkn. 1 1S4'flf$5. .B.I.... .... K9 2J7 :37 ;MJcimsni. 4 t I 31." .4 ...,514.22,. 143 'II Tl l1! 1 11 17 .:1.; .
'otn. 'I"lI :;;ll'.I :1' :3 2' '
flock of players including Iii.Mnn.rr: ; ri. IHmhlt) pla.i- ("tier. I II. Cht.: US 44i U |B4Zinuara. 15 1 I 2 Kn"...'.... L,.
i ."x >,.1 $,.I. Markl .lu.! and Wai'kw.: finr.. 117 Its 21i21i[ I 2I.aaaaua :!:I .:'" : '., b., '
Tage Johnny Lindell Bill John- I..." "0 ha.S., I..o.. I ..hI....... Ii ..._, 1 ,. l"ao<. 11. III ..IJ05:1 ;S ;. 12IIaaarIL. .::;a PbIadI'I'lOs 1 17 -I 1 I 11H.sa. 0 p. .
eon, Gf'OrlelcQuinn; : and Aaron ",.Il. J..hn"... .. Ihnn" I. K-h I. 1<,,,_,: I'll',. 1JI: n, NAii4SI: 4 >6> 3a.2.7 .. u'irs ;ie 2* ,I. i I ,.7.
45j. rbil. In .5 !I. ) > 11
J..h, ? ._ 7. Haa.a '. H", '4, Hamn.r 7 .Ia S I "ta.._. .ht. Eli Zj9: ; 14 .VJ :I. ;2 1 21 :.; -. ,. i5ocd0oa
Robinson. for EdB td>. ". 1".1 J7i ?t 1* J r CASH
first baseman ,"""n. Ii..h. n ;In 1 H', I,S ph.r loT ,....... I ('*15640i&. ".... ; i III 1 41manner. 8 2 a 211 .:>r ? : .
*lfl. IHTilt' II 6* I '
263 22 II
.Mickey "0 'M.. ... .. h. II .VV. 51 .-
Vernon of the Senators. 'In. arn. I..p" : l> Is aHandJo. 11 2 I i2 .7b I i .
I'T.So: T. 21 16 2 I :2 5 il 1 .
I Hon's.' 1"sja ad (",,''an. Tae. 1:14.4"rl'Ia.nO. PUiL *; 271 17 62 11 I a II..2sSuiIi'ar .
Luckily for the Yanks the deal ,. 1" I ,. Puu 3a ii a U I I I I .IN ,I -
never materialized.. AciM..Qtlien.i. I AILSICAMLIACUE ,
. I crew Buliliai ar lasoalPbar&c1.b :
This series may go down m history 0, La?", .n ua "I"' 21 11 J 4T ..254SI.rii. .. to H B* Sa.* W L P. (
Braves ... C.c. 7' 1811 IT 41 11 I II ..nii2 PRIZES 7'
Whip : Gp1. XT !I'1 7o 2. I 2 I I
as a real dog fight because of .\ l..ah. l... "I 22' 21 24 1" 4 i 24 .:;;" j ......... IlL JI KKaark4. 4 7. s 4 I ." a" .
: Dodgers' r Bu.fm 7..7.A 21 .i i 1 I U .:;ik
jthe daring tactics .'
on the NT 1' 'Ii' SI S I
-'.. >. ku;>n in >.j t'Jj 133: :;j 5 j si .ii I : :. :.: :
base M11$41.a. DM. j: Ij" Ii 11
paths and thell'111 to win 2-1 '., nbis. fins. l-i $*: 72 11 13 2 23; T4 .2>1auu. ,.. .
[when the Dodgers ... l'.1ila. I' loS 21 ii 11 :::415714. T. 27729 I 17 ill S .
1 U..1155NATIO6AI.
chips are down. The ; 1 1, LBBIBB. Ctr :M I.' fl.'I! illMBVahan. 1 1 4I 8.m

Yanks more of a mechanical I I Phil. 2* 1"0' !J._ '.' '' tinTMcutth. 4 7 I II II
API Ray }Martin RODEOPRIZES t ( .
"'11. 11! ei ISb'I'.1'.2': 0I : '
with their regular infielders (Ella DM114151. la M__ I
and rookie right-hander stopped the ..."...... VT. II 241 :'>, : '7 l'l''Ia.45ad4r2. .
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outfielders all World Series vet- Brooklyn Dodgers with seven hits j."..,.. .N& \Chik. S I* H Bk S> laW L Ps.61242231511711245.211. :a.! I" l"o'' ', .. .3 .. c.

'rran.s. may find the National Mun.e., M I.. J>> 2l> 2171 ll. U IS :7.at ; ...* '.
the I' 7' i 1 7 : I. :
yesterday as Boston Braveswhipped j Hane (75 I : H AIr'
'League ball to their liking. ,...ot:It. C:,. .i,127112; .i1l1s2I' : ..744KU.II. 15bae.. 5044.1 72:11's; 1'i S 1 :
the new National League t..II, <,a" .45 '1 >IS> ;il !. 1 >t> i .721 C'H

-- --- champions. 2-1. Martin a prod- j iI.....). IUi: >B :7 7* 4>:5 :}" 31 S 2 ..714tut 'I' Xasa5ikh.2161.213111. '!16222''I'! j* 1 i <-rra RANGE FROM $10 TO $5000 ON. TAGGED FISH Of[ .

Athletics uct of Boston's Norwood ). Bkua It.II 71 24 42 S I ..492H *. S. t 5U7 I". -'. ;Ill 1: 7 wsrrtter. -
Take 2-7 High '_.. 'ba .41 224 !I. '
; & : 14 Tk 11 17 5 .44IMho. OBW. 40 JM Ill! 1'-. -4 tIn: *' ; ft .
School. was just brought up from j .- _.... ;iil* a* II 122 21 :2* 1. ..47TiJKM. ...... ....*.. ISO?. :Ill J"l l'$ ',7 :t'l! 14 16 I' SI., .
Boston's Bk'ya 31 1M; 12T 77 il 1* U i..447TnnkK. .. 1"o."j"! J7 4 A 4 -m
Verdict Hartford farm. Maids fl 5
From YanksIn ,...\. 51.1.. 43 ;a ..447POM. ..
ftOOKLVN INI, | BOSTON rkrlauBr ru.. n Hi h" :. i 117' NOV. 1st
aNh.a CN') .1 X. talk S ;M; 17 11 21 ;S 4 I ....' Ja15.Nv. IS'-. V .- 2 I l ..71I '
NrNaaVaflkTl $ Bw-un ;;tir: Z r 4 i; 12. I 11 .. .
oIlI. > : Ill r. -, .
I HalTi. 15s315 n %J 4.!! 1 S 4 ,
4 fI 1 N URmr.ll 1 )
10-lnning GameNEW Mlk'll :: I ( 0 i .lh' 4 4 : : HIRnhuun t a I Mrawa. KM* 12 274 24* 55 14* li 21 U .4J SIieaa. ,..... %7 all' ._ -. 4 7-' t ; : ':;

Ik 3 S II! CHQlBm.rf: \ a 1 IIRritrr 5.4".. ".. L. 4* 14* If* 5': .2 4 U t ..MZSHouii. : .,.., UB. 3i :i-i .1 715< .- II 17 u it- 111p: :.
YORK TAP I Rookie shortStop rf 3. I I BlMailr. tm-_ M M M :24 M 1 > a.'':;. la5.a. 44 It* !126 SJ *.i 4 12 in -..4.Lopat. .
'i, B._. St. U W iS 7 lU 44 U 4 U 5 .41>> CKI-age '3" JI4JJ7 7J 1"* Jl n li 7.-. \\r. ;; .
Mickey Rutner'.s! infield single NNS5l5l31.kf4 121. tavu.4. r&lIB, JI I2J;; 214 :U Vt 14 17 11 ..*; h: :
Walkti,. rf 4 ( 1 I Run* 3 1 I TH I Ga:1". Cllt\ <. -3* lli 129 4U bl I 11 10 >JII .
'With the bases! loaded 'I .. lw.li>. > \MB 3" 217 22:* 645l0i5i0.165; .
in the 10th : litBiaiii a B t I llrrnanBt.3a 1 I I t 2aa.a.l'afl al !n
_..... PUU. u 117 11>> 11'-M 4 4 4 ..4Bl 9 US .2 4: 14 11 IK '._.Irtrrtn.
Inning scored Dick I'aiK-a f ..... 2.122 It( 4.41415 I 1V
Adams with the ..l.lBUB. Si L> 2J 228 :2* 54 91 Ik 14 11 ..MuRWB. I JOIN / i-f : -
14 111 U JJMvttBOB.
:33 21 HI 2
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run that gave the Philadelphia i :ard>:.e 1 I : j BIManlB.B 3 0 a 12Htuanr MUa. J* lit 224 41 It li 14 14 ..iwlUlHBt. .... :3!* 145 1T3 ." IK 13 1 2 11 .'>JJFaBlak GU .r .
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0: Knight Fishing,Cites Hunting Central Experiences Florida I\ Florida State Open- Golf Starts Here Friday i I

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By ALDEN KNIGHT | --- --- -- --

0.'r r -. -r cf !- "' Tp'.l j i Orlando, Florida! September 28, 1947 lr] unroJ! ?'rutiiirI-tar Page 11 Tourney T Opens

There are' tun times of the year \\hen bass!' fishing AAF : ___ _
S 'c'5-hc- I i-; pccik it I least it seems so to me. Of course. I ..

.ke bass fishing any tIme. regardless of the stage of the S

-rason. But the week or so that follows "opening day" H i After Setback

I: my nnd the. crisp dais of early Fall are the peak times on Invited to ADC I ;

1 \ :, ..f' b-t s seuon opens. the adult fish are just off the spawn.nz -

I: : I : >. :id a great deal of their time in shallow water and i I Bolesta Favored

Softball Meet I ,
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e tlnl: during the .i ,I

:.:,t > -.s is generally the
S- :u.ed bv mid-Suirrrer: : : rains
()('st -. ..tMin.i. .
SOLUNAR TABLES Machinery\ has: been .et ;n motion > n.np: a virtual g.uagi'! f
1 1 i Lot weather arts; 1DIY I Irrordin .
,1I.ci. r (con: t have an ample by Brig. Gen. L. A. Walton: 1 :...' 'airvia-s last A .

I" v .pp : ::1 i to keep mater tem- .\ to the Solunar Commanding General 14th Air : .!:.'fl.:: amateur anr: !: -I I It

f.S rial .-r.i: (1! :>\els where they tibles calculated for this area I Force to make next eek's Air Defense .sromafln--' i
of the State, the best! times
; :itf-lor .- >' ;.ne fish are apt will Command National Softball _.v. pr at DubM-: > .-i: L' r
for hunting and fi..hin
". fi :.. "try to seek more be as follows with Major Tourney at Exposition Park one i ..1> .4..tfl Friday .f

iomf '. ', .
S -.'a',"' .' ar.nition.! the watered time and :Minor' periods the sporting extravaganzas ever to be C:. ':r a 1 oxer again.

S ,. tins tune to reared next best hours: presented in this locale. vwas: indicatedif

them t and the lakes go in fora A3!. P.M.: Gen. Walton has dispatched per- '' -n T.e: number of ent :r; : .

"< -. ,'J so of "working" or Day Minor Maj. Minor :Maj. sonal invitations to the tournament :- ;1'(1 :n Tournament DiTh r

punS Today 4.40 10:55 5:10 11:15: to such famous war heroesas C-->mpaznp'! ''' official book k

'. f.f' of driftins vege- I Monday 5:30: 11:40 5:55: I Gen. Carl I Tooey 1 Spaatz Com- 555 :..-d: r.rnberng: close to'12f -

--mie -' '1. the carbonica Tuesday 6:10: 12:05 6:35: 12:25: ; manning General, U. S. Air Forces: i ? x 5 ,:: be on hand for the a
> HP .
I Wednes. 6:50: 12:50 7:20: 1le Lt. Gen. lion Vandenberg. Spaau .... ;" JS air.\ /t e\ent.
.(1 : in the water from '
I Ii deputy Lt. Gen. George E. Strate-
Thurs. 7:30: 1:30 8:00: 1:55 ;
a no: : o i Fuday 8:10: 2:20 8:40: 2:tj ;; : :: v
;-f .: !n 1 !.> seventeen or Satur. 8.55: 3:05 9:25: 3:35 deputy. Maj. Gen. Charles D. .,..... ,.'; .,'.1;.:'>:. t including big Ge rge BleMa's

.' e..iit !. i i-t.i. to the million. ,I Sunday 9:45: 4:00 10:15: 4:30 Stone; the commanding officers of : i_ sizzling 66 will be aevbbe4

.. .. the ADC's six subordinate air and the Tisiti IIZ firemn mm
Na'.u quality of the fish- Maj" r Solunar pcrlodm. U tmg 1
t* a fceor. in duration.. ar. .trwwa m forces and other ranking: individuals -( j 'a : start from scratch.
iHK S I black b.... Minor lor Mcond b..tl I : :; .
in military and civilian !life.
p..da *h.rttr hours. light typ. fi.f"f 'f Thweekend's play martr itfnr

fem Ike r'*l days and chilly One of the .\rm "s' better bands ,. tournament to be !".. .{t
all of possibly rt. Kenning. Ga.'s fine D'ic.- r..chu of early Fall arme. ,
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hese hot-weather by-producw are gone and once more the rivers and aC'rf'cation-11Iill be on hand to '!OJ!, and Carl Dann Jr.. r"; .' -.c' *
fill the air <" course from MaUc'.m: D. :r %
bass to with martial tnusir at "
lakes are clear and rool. This; is the time that the begin ,
the series getting: under way Oct. tAO weeks ago.
I teed in real earnest. Shoreline fishing once again steps up almost to ..
6 and ending: Oct. I I. .\ >pecial S A :Miami contingen 3:-.': '-il
it-N excellence and the bass strike actively and hard. .
parly-season '.. .
detachment at the local base will Rtin!! Collece entr > d

In the email: mouth rivers there i I" always a dally hatch of late- house the expected teOdd incoming new faces to the field. C: .,'1 .-:-.

"Awn Jlay in. This brings the big fM out of the deep water |i : players and officers. HATTER EACKFIELD COMBINATION: Likelv starters when cmbnatl; Frrr Vt t: r.a'A: : '"' oJ'.:>. B'--i B-avngton; pointed out.

and tot the Uiallows and the fishing at the beadof the pools Fourteen teams will vie for the Ccach Wcrrcn C. : IBrcd.: C \\cd: sends hs, Stnsn:: L'mvers' tv Bennett ,"Ie' S C : Fu'-L-ac". HlCJ'., tn 5.n. -o a'lb.a.ck' :: Pete Dye. popular R"-: : -f
ju..& brtew the riffles and at the tails of the Ions flats across the maker. and Sonny Tenj.'. .. '. .-
ADC championship. mcliuiiiis thechampion.s Hatters of DeLand cga.nst Jacksom.lle: ,: NAS next Saturday at James Olson! Da> tjna Beach and Quartered; !; C.arKe! Mc- '
laha :
fans. is MmrthinK vou won't forget in a hurry. :-:-ee amateur who v 'If'I
and runner-up nines Jacksom.He\ .In the Hatters'scheduleopener .IS this, backfield.. Collough, Hanes: City. Rollins this Fall have ... ., y
For the Fall fi->hncr. the Solunar Tables are tremendously helptul. from ADC Hq.. Mitchell Fi-ld. N. ___ I
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You must remember that comparatively few of the bass maintain Y.. First Air Force. Ft. Slocum. N. --- filed their entries.

permanent re.sidence- in shallow water during the weeks of early Y.. Second Air Force Omaha. Neb.. I From Miami comes Bill StMWler. -

Fall. As soon as the nights grow chilly. the bass move into deeper Fourth Air Force. San Francisco Holland Will 7Ride{ Hounds' Dog Obedience i chairman of the Miami BOB
to mar Commission. Caldwell
shallows in Calif., Tenth Air Force. San An-
v.ater and about the only times that they are in the any tonio. Texas. Eleventh Air Force. Norton Harris and Herb Jones.
quantity is during the active feeding periods. { 1
harrisburg Pa., and the Four- t
i C r The only starter fran ...
< { .:;cJ fox hunt enthusiasts: all over
teenth Air Force. Orlando. Fla. I certain to miss the event is ftfin
When the Solunar Period "come In," the Mi move out of the Team will draw lots CLERMONT-Sen. Spessard: L. ;3nt;!h.Il.dh'atlOns. Training Opens
i managers Jo-Ann \Vhitaker .f Bart ., the
deep water in search of food. The very fact that they are there.ciuising at OAAB next Sunday to determine Holland will attend the annual point to a field of I j i only woman competitor In Ute

about means that they are hungry and they will take almost the order of play in the dou bench how and field trials of the ubo i: 300 hounds wl.en the (.a.-l: ': history of the lix-y..r-.... regaL

81'Ythingthat moves' and looks remotely edible. Thus. if you know ble-elimination tourney at which ... mjde. the mornm.T of Oct. :21ir Obri-nce: Trnin? Club of Orlando' She has returned to ra&ege.
Florida Fox Hunters'
the cordially Assn., at first a.os in doe obedience i
is l
public invited to :
when your Solunar Periods are In progress. you know where to find the trials.
: three-day i
attend free of charge.Gulfstrcam Clermont Oct. 20-23. Capt. C. D. tramma is scheduled to start at Charlie Harper of Jacksonville.
surface lures to bring the best
the bass. At these times seem
-- j mount of Orlando, secretary ot Capt. Blount reported he had 3:30: p.m. today at Delaney Park who recently joined the professional -
under direction of Mrs. ThomasR. ranks. was not certain if be
sults.nehu'f'n ned; ;: imitations to over 900
Solunar Periods you will probably find better fKhinc Lists i! the association, announced yester- .. Fmley. president of the club. could make the Orlando meet ori

in the dfep 'water offshore. Then the deep-running lures are the 10-Stakc Season j jS'ari ;I day. > .nd owners in the South. and; Dogs will be trained primarilyfor i not. but promised tournament officials -

best. i .. t i Gov. Caldwell and State Compt. Miat others-whether they own home and outdoor obedience j j bed be here if his schedule
For some reason. most folks don't fish underwater lures to thebest !i ;." c- --- ![ Clarence HI. Gay have already ac- :>plo"tered: hounds or "just plain and not for dog show obedience I allowed the trip.

advmntace. A sinking lure should be fished right on the bottom- GULFSTREAM PARK The I! r>unds"-were invited to enter competition according to Mrs. j Two other top-ranking amateurs
Gulfstream Park Racing Assn. today cepted invitations to attend the Lynn Larrick secretarytreasurerof
down where the fish are. Don't have it move alonjt a foot or so under t..er dogs. Entries will be accept- howe.Jun Lee Jr.. of
announced an array of 10 colorful four-day event and ride the group. i
Tallahassee who was running third
surface. Let it sink right down until it bumps along on the I
the 1 rich stakes to be decided during to the hounds. fa throughout the day on Oct. 20 The classes will be held every 1 when rains postponed the tourney -

bottom. You are apt to lose some lures fishing in this way but you 1 the coming 40-day Winter racing i! The .u: the site of the bench show. I|: Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at Delaney I and Vasco Landrum. a tu-.
bench show on Oct. 20 will !
will catch a lot more bass. Park.
SS.me season. Dec. 1 through Jan. 15. The bench show will be judged! dent at the University of Florida
be followed by barbecue entered in the classes
Events have been carded for a andS Dogs and the State amateur ch mpkH .
". 1 used to Inc in Central Florida. When all dance jv ROSS Alexander Statesville, N.5 may be either "mutts" pedigree
twenty years ae i thoroughbreds of ages!: at all given by' the Clermout "! i: will be back.

the duck season came in. there was one trip that used to be a set; distances ranging to the closing- :: Chamber of Commerce in honor C. nationally known judge. dogS-It makes no difference I
Mrs. Larrick explained. "We believe i Bole&ta. the burly St. refersi
event on my outdoor pro:!ram. On the Kissimmee-Melboume road I day mile and a quarter of the': of Donald McLean Bartow. deanof -
the fox hound owners and special i there are many dog ownersin i ) burg ace has been installed ar
$25.000 Gulfstream Park Handicap -
still! little settlement called Deer Park. I used I I
was. suppose is. a Florida field judges, will be who would
guests. Orlando and closeby S one of the tournament's leading
which is to have its third
I' run-
to drive over there hire a boat and a paddler. and then we would j hounds. like have their dogs given obedience favorites
the meeting ahead. I Sec. Fred Wolfe of master of j to due to his superb play
nmg during I the Chamber I
work through the channels and of the headwaters '
our slowly ponds -
way The stakes schedule, as announced ,101 i Commerce 1Ieaad. Ray HorDe Ocala. will be ringmaSter training. That's" why we organized before the rains came last \orlust. -
of the St. Johns niver. vesierdayDfc ( : reports SEN. HOLLAND at the bench show and the club. .
My. equipment consisted. of a plug-casting outfit and a shot I Gtll1"STtEIP.It INAUGUR- vance registration at local hotels assistant master of Training will be given at a I
accepts invitation. men serve as But Bolesta is joined in ths
gun.Ve would fish out one pond and then quietly make our way A! $7500: addrti 1 & u;> 6 !urs': s for the event from hound owners :sounds.S nominal charge. with the charge:
Dec 6 HOLLYWOOD. HASDICAP. S5000odrd. made for each individual lesson I charmed circles by popular Pete "
through the channel to the neat patch of open water. Rarely did we T up f-irlookt C'ooDf'r. Ponte VPdra nro w. Ix I
S fail to jump bunch after bunch of feeding ducks. and we would ,'' Dee I.: BISCAYNE: BAY \ND1CAP. S len tne 101C. mameDt.s- -
S MXX> add d 3 A un. 1 161: the only two-thee
return that evening with a mixed bag; of ducks and bass. Always i l Urc 20 BROWARD COfNIY JI"!'>Dl- Brooks Long On Large Field Expected for Annual winner.
CAP. S5OOO *dd-V 3 i UP 1.A. M j Six Old
did I schedule these trips l0 that we would be in good territory Dec FOUNTAIN O? YOUTH HANDI: Big Whips Sonny Hay Tallahassee product,

when the major Solunar Periods for that day: arrived. I knew that CAP. 2 Y O S75OO ddcd 6 :JT! is another favored player.

then both the ducks and the bass would be feeding.As S CAP.Dfc 17500 27 added PORT J"LAUUF.RD:1"Dl up 1 &' I-K: M Statistics In Traffic Golfers' Tourney Here Weight Chart 'Fix'LINCOLN. Champagne said yesterday that
Jan SINGING TOWFR HMJVAPS7&00 : the tournament would be played
I say. Fall bass fishing is one of the high spots of the year. I
Chilly nighty, cool crisp days. bright sunshine and hungry!: bass! -1[ Jan addPd I MAL1.ANOAI 3 Y O. 1 HANDICAP 1-is M! $7500; Late NL ChaseNEW Tie: iLim.>: \.; phnxj of the Florida Tialfic Gulfer'sAssii.'s Neb. i NEAT Only over a 72-hole route with 18 hnlri
ad.n-r1. 3 UP 1 '. M conference in this country with a of play scheduled Friday and Sat?
tell you it's a combination that is hard to beat. By planning your .-..n HI DADE COUNTY !\vniCAP annual! gila tcur iament;:; and jamboree here at Orlando rule about honest weights: the Big i urday. and 36 holes slated for Seaday's -
Fall fishing tl ips vuih the aid of Solunar Tables are boundto 5!,> 000 .d5 S up S fuilirj.Jill YORK [SAP! It could be l
your you
.! 1" OULKSTREAM P\RK HANOI- ] Country Club Oct. :Ul-22! will be a :6-hole* medal Six held its official weigh-in following championship round. -
find the maximum in sport that each day has to offer. r\P S-'i<>r! at'drd :3 up. 1.1': \? that the Brooklyn Dodgers won j handicap event. Tournament: Committee Chmn. Fred E. close to game-condition
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the National League pennant with
I statistics! | Close to 500 transportation officials, rowers and buy-' installed in before a newspapermen was Georgetown Ralph Benso.University center eleven cm the is
year ago. ,
I Zaleiski Lost To I Irish for 747By Pres. Branch Rickey of the with '. I
1 ers. their ladies will be here? I The system met with such success I an expert model airplane designer .

-. Dodgers is quietly patting him- for the two-day session which inaugurates nament committee are O. .\. MeAbee. and enthusiasm that it was m his spare time.
self on the back because of a new the 1947-48 perishableS I made a permanent part of the
HARRY GRAYSOM !j tion on the knee at the Mayo middleweight boxing champion. is fruit and vegetable shipping sea- [ sire chairman; 11S.. schedule.! The weights are usedas I WANTED: LINEMEN
Rickey idea that of sending a IK B. McXeill.
NEW YORK I NEAl Ernie Zalej- J Clinic last January. took morei only 19. yet has won two mono- [Slim r.bpllnzhvff. : official for the season. Weiphtswill NEW YORK-Lou Little says
statistician along with the club on son.Headquarters Kay Fastball Tern Cancrlme S
ski is lost to Notre Dame for the ,I special exercises throughout the grams at left half and is knownas : for the tourney'S \ary during the campal:.;!. ofcouI.se. two or three rugged linemen
I its final Western road trip to jamboree ill be the San Juan and Tom Kieh. but coaches feel that the S would give Columbia a top college
season. I j f Summer in hope of strengtheningit. one of the team's most rugged tabulate every pitch made for and Hotel and I. N. Burman. owner of Feature of the twodafett' will variations are uniform. I football team this! Fall.

Some doubt that young Zale- but final examination revealed )performers. Bob Livingstone, regular against the Bums. the San Juan Hotel has put up a be a spaghetti dinner the second -- ---
considered i]i there would be danger of permanent left half on the 1942 team j beautiful Orlando Club.
jski. one of the finest trophy lor golf compe- day at Country
The man who has record of
: injury if he played this Fall. before he was called by the Army. I
which will l be prepared by Lariy
backfield prospects the Irish have i ie't'r I his old form. 1 i I every ball thrown U Allan Iteth. tition.
had will ever get an oppor- !I! Scouts assigned to Notre Damegames may regain S6-jear-old! native Montreal. !: Assisting. Godfrey on the tour- Satanano. :local pioduce bu>er.
; in South Bend used to get I II i I "The head coach said he would
tunity to live up to his high school j Ke knows exactly how the
I there the night before to set high probably switch Mike Swistowicx
reputation. They fear the homegrown |' Budget left-handed batters
ball-toter may be one of j, schooler Zalejski. ,, from right half to left half give | fared against southpaw and World Series Hurlers Have Habit COLLEGEFOOTBALL
him trial at that spot. too. Mike. !
those; athletes plagued by a chron-j I Frank Leahy planned! to use rht! handed pitching and he
ic bad knee. South Bends West Sider as his now a sophomore, is a very rug- S knows what pitch the batter is

|| No. 1 offensive running threat. ged individual who Leahy believesis dost likely to hit. Of Home Run Offerings
Zalejski Injured the knee while
; Sports editor Jim Costin of destined to become an out- \
i *
attracting college scouts to prep :I I I star. I
games as he performed for South South Bend recalls that In missing.,! j' FrankieCrosetti.. coach and By JIM BECKER \

Bend's Washington High but i| an entire season of play because :i 1 "SwLstowicz himself believes Utility inflelcier. will be in his 8th NEW YORK--Both 1947 World Series opponentstheNew
of a knee injury. Zalej:.ki. by an there is a newcomer destined to -S
missed of series with the Yanks-If he
only one game because : plays. York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers-seem to
unusual outshine all the halfbacks
coincidence is as a
following lIe will be 37 Oct. 4. Joe Di-
it. Called for his physical examin- : on ,
in the carrier. The boy Bill Gay. ignore the hallowed baseball theory that is at
ation by the draft law. however : footsteps of his coach. I new is Maggio. with a .303 series batting pitching

ht'as deferred for a year when :i Leahy injured a knee shortly before who was a teammate of Mikes on average! and three home runs. has least 70 per cent of the game. STARTS

Army physicians discovered the !j the opening of the 1930 sea- the Tilden Tech team that won been in six series. Of the series Neither team has a pitching staff that can be con-
j son. did not all Fall. He the Chicago Public High School
appear veterans. First Baseman George
condition of his knee. A
series t I sidered of pennant winning caliber -->
of special exercises finally en- had been a regular tackle on the League championship! in 1945. He McQuinn of the Yanks has the

abled him to pass two years ago unbeaten 1929 team. entered Notre Dame a year ago 1 best average. In six games with and hat's worse the top I I screen. It takes a solid wallop to .

last Winter. Leahy absorbed his early coaching last January along with Swisto- the 194 St. Louis Browns he pitchers on both clubs have specialized i j clear that 40-foot barrier.
i iDischarged
I knowledge sitting on the w icz and another teammate. Ralph' made.t'n hits in 16 trips to the in tossing the home runS But the section down the rightfield
last after
September ; bench with Knute McGehee, who won a monoeram
Rockne. who pli-te for a .438 series mark.
foul line the Stadium }.-,
setting with the Army of Occupation took him to the Mayo Clinic in as a freshman tackle last FaiL i I ball.Mile | at
in Japan Zalejski immediately I Of the piht"anJ.f'e play- an open invitation to a left-hand-
: an effort to correct his knee in- "Before his first term was com Reynolds of the Yanks. .
who ed clouter. Field boxes border the
enrolled at Notre Dame. participated f'1i have been in Fall t'la.-
with only week of the
a seasonto
pleted. Gay was drafted. woundup
jury.Discussing : lies their combined batting still known Ruthnlle-
in the Purdue. gamebriefly area- as
after Zalejski. Jim Costin in Japan. Under Big Nine regulations average is a rather dubious .236. go. had grooved 23 pitches for and it does not too prodi-
being in school only require
reveals that. as promising as the the status of a drafted I batter and Ralph Branca of Rollins vs. of RichmondSouthern
four days. He struck his high Brooklyn has four series ,rt- gious a drive to scatter the custo- University
youngster was. his loss is only a player was frozen. meaning that the lodgers has turned aroundon
] and .191
school stride Tulane erans a meager aver- mers.
in the game. drop from the bucket. the hill to Hatch 21 of his -
during which he scored three when he returned from service he ; a=". These Yanks have eUht The Dodgers boast a raft oflefthanded [ Conference]
touchdowns before reinsuring his "Observers now believe Terry could start where he left off. Gay series homers while Pete lZeiserhas pitches disappear oier the wait bitters-Pete Reiser.

knee. Brennan will start at left half." therefore has the status of a returned t : the only Brooklyn homer. i Ralph recently lost a 3-2 game Johnny Jorgensen. Dixie Walker
he reports. "The Milwaukee is to the Giants by gii ing three
young student eligible for var- up o BANDS
Zalejski I j Gene Hermanski. Arkie Vaughan-
underwent an opera- Irishman also the school' this Jiomers. j
shy competition Fall.
Coach of the who find
I Charley Dressen \ may happy hunting at

_.. -- --- -- .. .. : Yanks gets into his third senes A couple of other gopher ba'l the Stadium. The Yankees offer S CROWDS
with a New York Club. Though he exponents VIe Lombardi and only three left-handers-Toml1'

di n't play in the 1933 series Henrich. George McQuinn. and the
Hugh Casey of the Dodgers. also o THRILLS
against the Senators he
was a catcher either Aaron Robinson orS
Giant eligible. lie played 16 blew close games on home run Yogi Berra. S

Barnes as third base understudy tosses Casey against the Cards o EXCITEMENT
Left field foul line figures also
to Travis Jackson that In
and Lombardi to the Cubs when
present deceptive It
1941 he coached the Dodgers. a picture.
he threw a grand slammer to is 301 feet to the !Stadium left
Rookie field stands, right down the foul
Bobs Newsom would like towin Cliff Aberson. ORLANDO STADIUM
line. and 313
to the spot
three games for the Yan So with two downtrodden mound
in Brooklyn. But the stands
kees. He won two and lost one corps facing each other in the
for the Detroit Tigers in the Series. and with both possessinga sh .rplv away at the Stadiumand SATURDAY NIGHT OCT. 4th
ball that is hit into dead
a ,
If 10 series against the Cincinnati fondness of grooving pitches
Reds, losing, the seventh fans across the nation are studying left field must travel a tremen-
and final R'ame.1.. dous distance to reach the box 8:30: O'CLOCK
to Paul the dimensions of Yankee Sta-
SfCrf seats. The contour of the Stadium
Trimmer. Kobo
was a Dodgerin dium and Ebbets Field in expec-
1l!)?!9 and again 13: sears later. tation of a number of home runs. has: caused the Yankees'
He is the most traveled in great Joe LHMasgio: to mutter
wj Vt the series, hat In? been man with The Series opens in the Stadium -this is a left-hander's ball Reserved Seats: Between 40-yard lines, $2.40
on Tuesday, Sept. 30. movesto park."
ekht different major
league Ebbets Field for the third.
cl.ibs. To him this SubwayScries fourth and fifth games and then Dead center field at Yankee Other Reserved, $LEO

should be a breeze. Stadium can only be reached on
.. n-turns. if necessary to the House
that Ruth Built. the fly with a cannon. and it also General Admission, $1.20

5% .. One factor which may operatein takes a good poke to hit pay dirt in
-5 S he Dodgers' favor is their suc- The distance to the riht field dead center at Brooklyn.! Purchase Tickets: Orlando; Rutland's

ce against right-handed pitch- wall down the foul line at Edna V. PauL San l
Brooklyn is 397 feet it is 29 6 .
j in! GUI ing the season. Many of
Juan Mezzanine TeL
I feet to the right field corner in ,
the biy guns In the Brooklyn line Richard "Bus" Werder. Georgetown -

up ,swift from the left side the ISronx blIlurd-but there'sa ,. University's guard who is 5366

Ke '>('1'. Walker Jorgensen. Vaughan lot of difference Uetueen the considered by many to be All-
f IkliH HIGH-iiLr-r-tiO: Notre Dome backs Hermanski. They will face t"0. American timber got his mek- Winter Park; Rollins Athletic Office

I step high intent on getting off to a running i"S, )hnny Lajack, all r. lit-!'.inled pu-thin--r ftoni iwYa : Right field at BrooL.lt is protected name "B-.ts." fiom ins mother! at O'Brien' Pharmacy .

start at Pittsburgh next Saturday. Red Sitko ib i: iks with only one exception!: -- by a 20-foot wall, and the the age of se\fa because be resembles -
'II Joe Page, the New York relief ace wall is topped by a 20-foot one. _
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PAGE 12 SEPT. 28. 1947 : Reward 1 Ph. 6667. __ I Johnson Electric Co.. 2 Church PIANO SERVICTXG-Phone. 381-M H. | irlie north of Cheney Highway Loan Office 27 W. Church I Urge. 2 small elevated, Small chick i A good selection KBOX Store FROZEN CUSTARD and rrc---Pd 33. .
brooder with ugh $Is Csefu! odds : 25 E Pine Phone Ce"1
KEY CHAIN LOST corner Robinsonand ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any T Ktt on. skilled piano technIcian 33. Articles for Rent BED. sprlnll. Inn"npr1111 mattress 1 and ends Angebil: Repair Shop. 869 : I machines. nand used real bar- :,
Orange Thurs. 4 P m. kind of clock or electric equipment to tune or sen ice your piano. Office 2 wood circulating h..aters. 8xl0 : I ram pnc.te ck- LUMBER a 6:, (
C.l i Barker 787 Antoinette Ave.. Winter Park. 0 lit. retr..er.tor. haIr. featb- 8tht _ FLOOR FURNACES A _. ion **- 11 '
442. I We fa cur; -- --- IOu' Mon.GASOLINE .
-l R.pai '
_ _ ] Shop. 48 .ventbnl.. C.ntr.1. Ph 7 BULLDOZER with rk and disc. er pillows swivel chair. Air-War CASH REGISTERS-Immediate delivery -; bonunc. PrIce tDSta1WCc. / I fin- I -'- r ;

ClassifiedSentinelStar i LOST Walker fox-hound-white. PAINT ESTIMATES Color auggestiont. Hourly or lr e estimate sweeper 167 E. New England. Wm- j on Nationals and Oilmen. : Baillet. DIsplay Boom 717 East etc Cc' 5:11
bla k and tan. Round frnre scar : A WXIX05Lt us help you with Reliable painters recom- Ph 2-4257. .ec Park 1. New and rebuilt Florida Cash Reel- 'IJ Washington. ',,i 0 1 : enamel

: around hind leg Shy Reward for I .lnl problems For treeestimates. " 9826 J
call Mr. McGee at
ret urn or information as to his whereabouts 'B" eflrr. Reasonable rates and mattress also basket for :! DO-NUT MACHINE and counter Also h.--- ,
Hughey. PIANO TUNING and Quality new iron Pow
Drop .a line or phone C Florida 1 Awning Co 43S._ workmanship .palnnl at C.R__Burke. 1505_ S_Bombs 7831 burning coal I in fireplace 303 Westminster Pop-Corn machine. A-I condition. I FLOOR FURNACES A 'om.tlc"u u--: Mr -: ,.1

DBlount_ 2-2883 __ __ ___ ALLI3 CHALMERS SERVICE .... priir. Fully guaranteed Call r".5nabt a300Associated 22308BICTCI.ELadys. ,, Call _4O1* after_41 iI i ij ;.-...:. once .rtsla..ci C Jar 'rial .r.-.a. > Pipe 5

Want-Ad Kates SUN GLASSES LOST in the vicinity prt trcor and power unt 1 Store for immediate service FLOOR AU SANDER-Edgrr new. Arnold Paint and polish Store Excellent-condi- !:'j CIRCUlATING FIREPLACE-H;atrrola Esll.f. Disc.a Street.Room. 717 East Supply Co tu.i w .301'6 ,
er. Washington L-.i:1r.:
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toe of C'IV' Hall. Reward Ph. Winter Hom. Ja.bDrr 407 3. Orange. 2-3786. ion Ph 6139 between 9 and5 j and Tb-rmono For b tt-r I GAS STOVE Mai. C:.," o JO c. ;

Daily Minimum charge 25c 75c per I Paic_9tt0_R._ ___ __ W obl :_" 2-271. PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central See 503 8. Main between 5 and 7 p as. i! Mi brat U'rtitrvt a-.ti Sebraska: A must for a new house. :- $.* T,.-;:t"30c2 or
HOSPITAL BEDS Wheel __ FeR n : 1' Bars 'I
Plumbuiz 4t Heating Co. N chin ar
BOOKCASE cabinet 4 doors 6' S" \ _
Sunday 3Oc per line WRIST WATCH Phone 4i78 LOST between-Lady s 9 Wltt-and and grading- C..rln., Bryan Day_2-23 Night 7538.1 ]i oxygen therapy equipment al long 3' 9" high Gates drivcaay or DOORS-Size< 2 0 x 68 and 2 4" x .,. a _._J ; > : '. DOOR OPENER Automat-
Minimum charge 90e haute srublnl '
sales Orlando Oxygen Srrvite. t 7' 1'. 5
68. 1 panel. 30" x 0" Ora'
heavy Two I 'i .
rake. Phone aarden. cypress
5 rk da>s. Reward palmetto PLUMBING King r open anj .0-' 'VvTs whtou
1 Consecu'.ve Dart line a day Ph 9617.TYPEWRITER i -
Carolina Ct. 2-1287. nIght
RA- i panels and a few odd otors All spe- .
18 i J. T. Murdoch._ for otl drums New Bantam trailer See i >-.:nthir..h't'-'h LBIB-
7 ConsecutUe Days line a da? 2-427. Mil .
I I vial prices ; and Re bravos : .
Phone S059. Residence. 1729 Grand. ;> Special anytinseat'IOl3OthSt F:. "'.: ; '-I: 3E- :-c 0 '21a. r' f vOrane ap.a road iCt: 1'
'Count 5 Average Words 1 line) !!. Beauty Parlors BEACHES-Fill Free estl- RNTAL e.-"and'usedl- from :
Snlc. monthly and quarert, rates BICYCLE-New prewar Rolf: with DESKS- Prteed f ,- .: >_4.
National (Out of Stat) Rates AMMERMAN Special. maes. Crosby portable RFRAuGNewro'.1" Check mlth George Stuart. 13 8 eatra tire. $35. See at 521 Anderson -I I $J7 50 to S95 Florida Bnalneas .n' ': -,' "e .a':1 ,' GA* :" i SOES -C.'r -- -
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Insertions joe per line Sort tie See 0 work on Clear Equipment Co. 390 N. Ave.. .. ,, SMa
Stile Orange vd 4-u-
dr.dgDI "
J C.n' .1,0 Days 25c line a. day onlv. Cold avf. Lk. Pb.27 alter_63O_pm. "Red the_Roofer." Phone 2-1253.,_ Main St Ph_ $158TYPEWRITERSAll_ __ St._ _ i:''M54. ..:.nu. YGr'pm q s..te St 930. .atr -' ":;, c-. '.\ a I Wli- '
7 Cousecu'iie Days 2Oc line conditioning and : 't curls.SB BOATS-Select cypress I make em- ; cox v" r. -'B.- n- :16- 1. "c? '
a day ahamp makes. also adding .
i ,
!I irs .99. maple reline and
luncheon tab "
O2O: E J< BUILDING. REPAIR and Remodeling.i !' you take em. 10 ft. 35. 12 ft. *9O: DISHES BreaKfast and ._
n. ,
tMin'mum 3 UnesAdvertisers > ; _Pb64" < RADIO REPAIRING Dependable machines b, week or month. ,h.r 521 3(1 -- -- ----'.!. IIv-
i D. D Riddle bonded sir's in rvrral dr-uns at popular i
i cotra. 14 II. *65: also higher priced boat GALED.R.'E .
i are requested to notify AMMERMAN Helene Curtis cold 21 CemraL Ph. I and economical r.plr by factory Office Equipment Exchange. Sralth- ': prices Bumby Hardware. 102 wI use room s 0 lUt Iini'a CsS :
E 'S6 i trained "Scotty" Corona A ents. 22O S. Mam St 8850 Kickers trailers and fishing equipment i iCuurta. Roundatoezushtuis Li"-: .
us y.fanyero ra in I wa\e. including conditioning shampoo : dr..r. .' 1-50
I 463 1 Church
their ads as. the willbo haircut and $10 ualll ,1 -______ I I at t" "General Electric" More.: RENTAL Paint skuVsaws The Fix-it Shop. Lee&burc. I _______ Rather > ,? L; At A" -otf's H-a : 14
Sentlel.St.r TOOL sprayers.
1es curi. CONCRETE FLOORS etc. We form. Pcg.673i.S------:! I DINING TABLE and four chairs. : --I;: :' '
I for i N. Phone 8942. .
re.n..ble only on* in S-pt. 30th. 2 3 bench-saws power mowers. Phony 1 GARDEN TOOLS ; sho,:
and finish
., { pour concrete f BED- Large sise. dining room furniture New Can b- seen at 1415 East
:rr.t I.rt..n. driveways walks and For flooring equipment concrete mixer I I .101 Cl' 1 Co "
CHARLOTTE-KAY steps Livingston Avenue t
] library table -
M 11 Want-Ad In The Or.'anda I BEU SAN RADIO RBPAIRS Save and mHc. Young a Tool Rentals. 100 :!,' : 5111 -
I I call
estimate 2-O23 Dunham Coaj mol.ibl
star -Ill S. Orange, oYr J.Con's bringing your radio to I w Washington 732JDO let Park Circle. Maitland DOO-2 panet fir. All InstI FURKIIUHE:--. C C'S ')& room
Morning printed 1- 'z.sli '
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.n both & Sf nt.upl and Tb.JrlaDdo and 10. Under new maD.a.meD' j j ere : Lee Ownsby. 137 W. Church St.. Or- -THEWORK- -YOURSELF-Rent liEa"a -spring innersprinamatiress. I aryivd. limited supply. SNebraska sot S-! :-p.' r rilfed ii.- Soj'hrast Se: y.: < :1. LLEt
Consult Kdlcy for your permanent CONTRACT BUILDING of *', $130.ece lRh' C10O West
i homes lando. :nsOT. :
Fla. Beautiful porch gliaer. 'A
Evtulng Star on the cam .ave or cold wave before the rush i and repairs to homes .. : our sander edger or polisher. It metal chairs See at 1902 Jewel Ave.. i male b'-ir-ic-a *.;-r urnt piano. > Air.f .a A\e U.a14: *.' F
oIt. 1 For appointment phone4014. an bud| ROOFING-"Something new has costs very little. Smyth Lumber Co G ,
j of any kind. Repairs Park rx'tu'niorirnn. S100 dertel. 4)) RDES-YRACTOR : "
Winter a tr Jr
Want-Ad Department DOORS Plain and fancy Made
ne open I bern added Garfoil." Single ply :< N. Orange and Railroad to
from S SALON. 2422 Fullard 133E.Concord.2-4032. I' It 3 T.a 0.SI': 5-p.r--e porcelaIn! hr B lasbr Har *2)2: W :
am. to 6 daily. E\ABEUTY almost"new yeur'per'ica'or.: Pxei rt.ors invto..c sCharh
8.0 P. EO outlasts an known especial- BICYCLE-Girl's $35
S 6 S 0 up. ) prou.t. FLOOR SANDER AND EDGER. also I : top b-.afar se- mr'alhairs.; S333M Street
3unda 9 to 12 ; ;; ,
ajn. CARPENR-Frt work su 1 Iv adapted to fiat sloping Oil circulating neater. *75. 510 SDe'.aney Ph'.p t ti -'r.'s Mrh.an _
Deadline: for Biautv cul'urr Complete 2-319J. i cabinet nd.r and floor polisher Bra-ie Dr Ph 2-}631. GALIZED
Sunday Paper Saturday I rootFor information call 8S1O .> : Ph. 4445 1 A' and Rairoad Ph 2-1229. MET \L RGHJFDfG .
FtrninK ApDOintmrnts Hilda MonckPKARLETTE Wyckoffs Hdw 2524 Kohl 2- 831I ME" .7'
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You Can Place Your BEAUTY SHOP--24 W. i iPint I t.Dk. S6 5 per squar. roofing 1 j I 33. Articles for Sale gate and Slumber-Ride xi-elient DRESSES. Sut.--sz. itI R..onabJet Strip $3 95 New Ctrcllr.e" now In5tnrkFair : -5 V-crn.p_ arNebra&Ka.' .
-. Phone 7017 Wr employ only i eei.sed. roll Ravmond's Winter _.. Can be .' 447 L R.mr.'or.i S oT-. IO W Church -
\\ant-Ad bd.Sut.n n W.fb. :_ condition. See Sunday at 10 W. t .en __ GAS ENGINE-Foo'e 100 H. P. typ
by Telephone : srn.or op'r.lor under thr Wm Co. 871 2.21 .slln.le Garden Rd AIR-CONDITtONER--Praeticallr new Kale. or rail 2-6814 i DIETIB SET-'Puti. arab- c. 6 FVR-MIUUE SECIALS-OJd black T vrr-..ca1. 4 cv..tt4er per Western

Val 4161IO.fl.tby ; anted maiiavrmrnt Cold: .18 years All and sort mal nuar-bll- i cNDO-AD PRESSING Cash 1 Cost III will sell for *IO Phone BED SPRINGS Prewar. double -:"- j chairs and hut h asnr' "Ioa.tmaho"any val-.ut, se. rrt sty -ohd mahogany Er'r.Co.! *'":::-a.5rKS 5401A

:Ju, prrmanrnts ma'hI.. from SO to *2O. 'I .. will save you 1I I 4395 : monds coll. good cotton mafress rn.p 'sb.wlh ":a, ovfraied c",ga:: 'ab.rtrw fine >o ocr.100 KVA. ts KW.. 730 RPM.
I 1 money Bring us your clothes. t top alto: small : heater. 815 Ro.alPalm 2"0 vo.* 3 phase 3 :ps. 60 cycle
"PARLOR AH 6a RDlaT.YI I LvifL'IU'PFLOOD LIGHTS-Just Both Sin Brown rug. 9 X 12. S15Phone45 01 b.nntie o'a b-d. 9-pv xalcut dining 115' -
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Sitters.-Child Care I RAYS perma nrntwave.. dollar j C.aMr. Bn. 8.I I thing for your yard. *4 95 Smyth S Cnur'DEWALT nom suit* T rtii :f cesred. Jen- a 9086.asp
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BOARDING HOME for Infants and E Pine One pla onlY ov.r I I lor" no. Beautiful rolore { Hill Williams Refrigeration Engineering : SS Apply 1128 West Princeton Avenue I planers. Mail sa"s. drills Logan St :-J -_ _ _ GASOLINE MOTOt73 horse-
step drlvewvvs. fireplace lathes oo*-r Never Seen uri' d. $85 S
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AiuLl CIIU\.r-Bi-du. 5O crrme oil permanent for '5. 1.n5. i i new. $35. Hartsoann Wardrobe 1 DOORS. sash. cabinets store fix- Ito sq yard also proadlelt At Oar *-
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artS wr I t : shells 12. trunk $35. Electric Brooder 100 i tu resalltyp"S of woodwork Orlando rt..s .
I drive*ays. steps and walks. The gun hick 67 Ph Woodcraft Inaus'riis. 15CO W u--'d very :,t.p: Ca W afr Par
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or week Su- instructor! ..D.rt 178: 2-2990. sofa. Extra chest chairs and i ft ; Phllco. 2'. !' y I can; finish S'a7usire now
..r. Compttrnt t prepares you Buchanan Kleemze Coot Orlando. AXES-Just shipment cu Tear guarantee FISHING :
:v.srd paL: well balanced meals. for Slate; Dr\rr: s lest Orlando Auto I ( COI., j I REFRIGERATION SERVICE. ComI of axes. C'r: : Wilson buffet Dinette gets. Kitchen scis. : on each Available now at 3:4 PI.Urr: BURSt- St akexpeace"Hard..re.t arailabin: at Ba-nbT Ha:. .re. 102
CLAY ROADS BUILT .lime W chjrch
.6 ; 1329 llth I K..n RadIo! Ph 2.I"O
8 Prnusyli aula. Winter Park St.
; Scluinl I cai! -4K79 S _
316 Orange
i rock paving with surface treatment I menial and household repairs. Leonard Hardware W CrIir'h 5-r.'r' I --- --- --
H.nr KALE CAKNKUIE: : work charges Fer- 1 Blossom TrallAn.IUHITION BEDROOM-SUn&-7 piece mahogany : DOOR KNOCKERS-.Mall box plaTes.i -
A.A1LABLL r-i I ;ilh tt\e ,p"II 'URSEEr'I. imp-ion. Inc Ru.rant. Bumby. Q. Rrfnerration r.asnabl 9752 i1-.au..sshot daveno; maple platform rocker i push plates SmHh! Lumber Co N R'as nable GAS A>D OIL SPACK HKATER..
_Pon. Sr" gun "I Arrr.sT" rsno: Ex "Jcnt -
P.- I II II II tnatali'd C Jay BaGel, Dttp'.ar
children -
or \ 410 iwraonali'v development and leadership |' mahogany ladder back chair: Orange and Railroad
SEPTIC TANKS Installed I shells Pull line of caruidst Bum ,. PtMt'17
I -- approved "
Magnolia ph .S.S7K RE UII0hlldr.n's -.othr. St.t. maple dinette. love seat. 1134 : Room, 717 East Wisn jigton.
for Shady
: < I by Hard. 102 W Church St. DRIo.ItViGYOtnnAIXKeITtoa ,
tall ..nrUIcerk..I eDu". Apartment 6OO sal I ,
WILL U OUT AMD .ta.-.lb chil- 'uperxisf >al.m"D. m. j| hind 6ua Rugby. b tanks on 17th St West Orange ARMY SUPPLIES=Khaki pants riding i I tor. automatic thermostat. Bum- ,
rn October classes now being formeu BABY CRIB washing b Hardware. 102 W HOT WATER BOILER-A.-cola. 180
Best Cots ChurnS
Blossom 2-4519 Ha -
dfn ..won. rd.r.ocr. ; raincoats .
T .n-u.llr breeches field jackets i USED 9-pece MODt. .
> DREDGING radiator
class details :
Only forty in each For ad-i.r vu rr.-rt! cor.dicon -
< i j-17-m .
i .ft. Dale Carnegie Course. P I| boat houses frontrk.I SEPICTANKINSAL and mattress covers pup tents trunks concrete other tubs.household beds mattresses -i OTL r STATION 3T vo tfruns on' ."S ..r..j roo-i ....''. silghtlj i New PerI'-rr. h- swter tankwh

0 Box 2807. Orlando. i i t need low land at and a fine batc- cl..npd. St.t. 2 nar trailer aanlngs Save at Morgan's tides. 1021 29th. ari i k.n. has np, bal.HIPs: C.b- u>"d 4189 50 9 \ U AxaurOster rug. liowne buri.'r Casa-Barr Ian

11. Special Notices log sandy beach which will drive out I in bust.s. Altermatt. Can or Salvage Store. 46 E Church. i net radio. 32 to!. '4 hp motor. 32 SJ950.) ;:1tI"-5pr.r.? rr.a's I and box 2m._ 500751_t'l_T.iy-: :n. 38R.
HIGH SCHOOL-Complete your the snakes -- BEDROOM SET-Twin Beauty rest : volt bargain--both for $275 ;in-luc-! $1950 j- -. bedroom
and mosquitos? Contact j 7.7 f.r .T I.. : ALUMiNUM i MOULDINGS OS. trimming spr.r.ts ; e.?
school education home HEATERS Radiant iH
at in spare type cIty
AIFNTION! 1 All I. REAL ETAT'I Correct Craft Inc.. Pine Boat j -Grease I and sink rims. 20' off Southeast mattresses divan: rug desk lounge ng 30 bulbs: Gear pump 900 with American & T.xlslurmsh.d. C.stl Also to fit Into
-kr.- Mroptrt. L'll Ibr 1 time .hol Free i ConstructJonCo._ 224.ECc ) SPICTANK pumped irP--; I I Steel Bales Co.. 100 W Amelia. 'hair boudoir chair: outboard mo-J 'ons per hour. has l' .. h p gasoline: 7V 2-PN.! ye'"rd!: ::vlnz room one fireplace Orlando
.. No classes \ppliancr Co 210 !I. Orange
iol! the f. "
t PrmbrrAl ,
toe radio.
I booklet American School. RAZOR SERVICE drain Iirld& relayed. Septic 2-1442. i i console Reasonable. Phone t mo'cr. J100 Just ove-hauled Jo- iultr. 459 so. RCA ra-.p cabinet 8tub. Ave Phone 4537
i 1rl. lank Co Ph snltO. 1611. : 2-1150 1 eph Duda. Saniord Rd Box 586 ".-. S49 3) 0: ando Furniture Co. _
P 690. Tampa. and Sunbeam. I JJOVELS--COIDPlets
Dept! I :-.143. 8. AIRPLANE "
I 1 LT1ONBkOKEltS-My property i iai I 8. 1 New parts Rtnatoo. in I BARRELS-Wood barrels'. ti gallon .1 Sorren'o Pta 614 West cnjnh StruRsrnRE HFATERS-"Dwt-Ttc: "Intetnaotiai..SuperF -
SEPTIC TANKS and accessories. Ho-O
everything models '
4-M Aialun BHd has been told. SPEECH speakingand raor. Slok. S I Price! DINING SUITEDwh l : -\ : -ni'ed vp.I -
S"IOPblc i *1 M and
sir Olson. San Juan Pharmacy. Model up. ltol West ROOM china
I available hauled P. J. Burke Railroad. boats. racing cars. I I plv Orlando Furni.u.-e: c 141 and
r o DonhurAlt pump
Washington Street. cabinet and bufirt. Good condi- .
now Ph24374SCHOOL ELECTRIC'CLEANER SERVICE-oni resident bne. Insured. supplies Haley'a. 214 Or.ftSe.l bbb 8 SJ5 W ChurchHEATERClr.a
I CLASSES -Dede Plummer .0.. i. I outlet for genuine Ho'er Route 19. Box :31 J.0 AUTOMATIC -\VAnR-lIEA: BATHROOM THXln Rt"- iAlumInum ':nn'90 Ph 2914 i ij '
Graduate of Yale School OF DANCINO-Classes in prI : TaIC-REFRIGERA = Bl'YERSD iorzct ;c- : c0peesi'tt
For modern upkeep Fermatile All colors. TORIn
e I service .aU SOLAR SYSTs.MS-Installed.Iinnieii- Electric and sag lO-13-3O-40-gal j
ballroom tap. ballet acrobatics. : fan. tufr.i- ri: drum and
Ai' ultra Sal to attend our auv'lonale Tnur.-
ui day aaoining .l J only authorized Mooserserviiesta- late delivery. Phone DorsaCraig .- Circulating oil hcatrrs None and 10. cot. free estimates Central I I eluded with 5 rooms 01 furniture
Jimmy Crank's Studio. 1827 N.Oranie .7-9 rani $UK> Pr.2r.- -
!j: your hlld. ants 6-12 Clus.tU Ave Orlando Phone 4444. i| lion Bumby. Hdw 61O4 or 2-1755. ,| Inc S. Spark. From 37.000 to 70.000 Florida Sales. 1217 N. Orange dial I I j All or separate tiIO W Grand day tilth' It'c"urt.028 savings _
Mn Oi tuber 4. Put i 18 6840 Watch this ro,1 for full deta.ls HOSE25 and 50 :i' earden lose
a I lfu.t. SCHOOL of- Real I I FLOOR SANDING-Finishing. Spe- | TRiESANDPAMStmme. taken B T U. capacity |, i: ELECTRIC IR AutOm.Uc ana descript.cr. of pieces oHered rc-mplete xh bra s ro ,iling K'T
IO:4 Etat Pndk8 1 cialize Frn'.ra-Seal treatment. 20 l i CaUj Attic fans from 30 to 48-ln. Silent BICYCLE prewar Balloon> i j: trol. Universal. Proctor. Samson
.f.JIU S-->" Ii
Prepare for Co E P.r.f Prune -J163
AlICE -- Psychic ra-daUi j students Brokes each.week j yrs experience. Modern equipment j 8525 R. C. Watkins. breeze fan 1 tires good 3OO Orlando P j I Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church. tU time to vnd yor furniture.bn _
new may enter : i
LOSS deliver Ave HOSPITAL BFD New Simmons
P. Work guaranteed. Licensed. Prompt We can make Immediate Orl.ndo. w
WATER' 30 <--a-brac. rh't' .
t i ?I.u,. h R .rl. phone or rome to .bol to j ELECTRIC HEATERS : for this 'ir! rails So mattress. f73.
s Clr STM 78M TRCORSUVlCar U i and installation on all of the s Te.f-
.. .- secretary at school at all ice1CR.Burke. _____ BABY CLOTHES-High .hali-babJf's I and 4O-galon! ; also gas SO-gaHon "tct s sale. | phoc47<>4
I S BARBER above Items
AUt SOP.rj hours Paul Crank. 139 East PtD"S. FURNIRRUIlHE. uphol- hourl rates Phone 2-7283. bath tab. etc c.n.u2 Sat. PIlL water h a1.... Bumby Hardware. :
j .t 01. Orlando. Ph. 656' 2611 B. woc'Vyiew Willard and Keitrr. Vogue Theater or lion after S 102 W ..Churc-h.. I R Sodrro Aucfioiifp.Doming.. Auc1ott HCSTTJia COATS Sleeveless and -
"a. rr". Corner TRACTOR ground ; _block _Colonialto Phone 3136. ___ otherwise Good supply. Bumby
D..Ja. Cou. Washington St Dial 2,1168 BABY ATrRBSSO".uiD. I Sales Co.. 733 W. Churcn. I
I la and P :-2-6. ] 16. Travel information Plowed dirt moving landscaping. !; APARTMENT COTTAGE equipmenti tex double- j I: ELECTRIC RANGE Radio phono- 20156FLOOR 1(j jI Hardware._102WChnrch8t_ _
; FLR SANDINGA.ND FINISHING Ph 910 or Winter Park. 1304-W. i KantWet.is price. Carter's i I graph' 9x12 rues: platform rock- _
ANAHEIM THRASH Advice 'daily. i Complete kitchen with refrigerator
-- I service Modern gowns. 6 months Vanta sleepers i er end tables: dishes etc. HOME FREEZERS Kelnnator, awv .
j Circlet; Tuesday :2 and Wednesday AIR RESERVATIONS and tickets all ment. portable power unit 1.bU-.ulp.! TU trt.d-akP! range sink and cabinets Water sire 2 Nitey-Mte sleepers size 4 I I phonq'2-160l _ _T".j_ I FVRrJACES- .Both gas "and S j available at Bnmby Hardware. Keltinator Pt' ,
I p m 2 Sill eases t af city limits onWinl.r { heaters Heating systems both gas I
line Sunmland Travel Bureau. ed 1915. Skilled workman Cannon perral and Prauot sheets. : iicTRid'1RON5 control aDd j oil Ph 2-2514 for estimate of Department 102 W. Clrareh.
Harden Road 30 EPme Street Phone 5301 bonded. Insured I 05_ 31._8 Summerlin. lh..J'71._ and oil. Modern Appliances. Inc 428 ON Te. with complete installation for !I
St.v.n Floor Sur- I! 2-2S14 toilet seat Good tnndr.lon i o.iiy 1-.75. Mills and Nebraska j I all sue rca- HAIR CLIPPERS-Professional band
AV ICE DAILY-Spiritual readings. AIR. St.amshIPand -bus tickets I facing Co_Phone6562 TREE SURGEY-Al \inds7 Palms Nprange Fraction of original cost 4901. lacnres. 'dup!... and email cottages type hair clippers. $2 75. Baiabp
U. Greaver. DO. SU WCeutrsi.Phooe < 1 tlmm.d Dangerous ALUMINUM"SCREENWIRENumbt'r 1 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS Modern Appliance Inc.. 428 II i
Your travel answered authoritatively -| s O- BOAT-New with oUlboard"tor Hardware. 101 W. Church.
SBJ7 QU.suon Travel 6er. FR DxnSISHI, ; trees our specialty. Pine trees removed i M mesh 32 inch. 36 inch. 43 i Cheap Gas toves. cheap Drain Orange (
Orlando -i a cheap Lots Also furniture. Can be seen at 6014 i tile. 4. 8. 10 12. 15 and 24. less than AWa.rlab..1 HARTMAS WARDRCIHE ytJqgvery
Licensed. : inch. Southeast Steel Sales Co 100
rudi i ice. 118 E. Central. 9V4. I established 192S Orlando Floor Sur- .I..re Cheney HighwayCORSET. PRiCK SAWMILLS_
AMASDAoRAnraPchlc bonded J F. Irvin W I 't price 2 complete cornmodfs Lav- mod rtindi'ton. 9f3t'y4 reason.
A 2-1442
I : Co1'jmbia HAVANA. f.rln CD. 1809 N O.DI.Ave dial Phone 2-1147 16 : .I.-te _ .'ClarlneL Pass .Violin. Troin"- storY Cement blocks. iRe each Pic- for immediate delivery Model .hlp, at 200 Hiflcrest Ave Phone 5729.
Ave hone2-33l._ ._ : Lanier ___ I AUTO GENERATORS-Starters. Any bone. Trumpet. Sousaphone The nIt tables 84 and IS Iron pipe and 00 and 0" Also all Prick sawmill j I HEATERS "Allen"Monogram-. ,

BOAT "TRIP3 from Mt ral.Sll- | Street Phone 5301 I GERS AND DOWNSPOUTS in, j 1 UPHOLSTERING methods. New -materials Perfect In model. Straub's car. truck Auto Exchange Electric. outrunt. 824- Music Shoppe. 18 Magruder Arcade connections 0010 Cheney Hwy. Four' parts Bailer Hoe saw bits and shanks and American "Sunflame" in ser- r- -
Motor and Equipment Co.
xrr Sprinas through the b..uWu RIEiUPSERVA nOS BUSES Sunm- Also sheet metal work of :i colors bright enough for year f, Fairbanka Ave Winter ParkALLISCHALMERSFoaer CHOPPERS-Meat and food choppers, ,! Palms Box 202. Orala. Fla I! mal aices Knox Stores Co 25 B.
River !INI' kInd. ventilators chimney hoods.etc _ _
Glaah. \. B' .ok. Travl Bur. .. 30 East Pine use for inspection watch several I sizes $215 and up Knox' Pine_Phone_2-3163 _
'. 3'"J! Mt I Street Phone 53O1. Phone Winter Park. 409 day. Orlando units nowavailable. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR for 1mi FLOOR FURNACE Attic fan metal
25 E
I: our : Russ Mattress Co 1122 5'"r..s.Co Pin\ Phone 2-3163. i HOT WATKat HEATERS J. o. 19. 30
2-0077 night Dunnatan Metal Immediate delivery. Coraplete kitchen cabinets electric 513
CONVALESCENT HOME dew \VA i W i mediate delivery Now yon can get saw. 30 and 40 gallon capacity OrlaaAr PSP
I TEmlne to-dfy--my Co. IQOfi Fairbanks. 2-21_ stock from smallest to largest CASH REGISTER National C R. Dr
Winter Park. Virginia Open 9 4
0)0 551 Kaley .nu.. from New York \ ; I all the features YOU need in one to i Appliance CD Inc. ZIO N Orans
: Nnv.rlble VENETIAN BLINDS : model No 6000. 6 totals for:
-Made i Also Farm Tractors General Truck
C5.44 I
to Winter Park. Ph. Winter Park. HOUSES WASHED Screens and 1 i Lowest prices Best k.' Equipment 2319 McRae 9809 I meats groceries tur.. paid out.I i handsome compact unit 400 Ibs. M FURNITURE Sew bedroom salt*. I Lvi Phone 4937.
windows Look like paint into.F j I fresh food capacity. 14 en ft Room mahogany steel.
nSH1U-PARTE W 543-W : tax Large electric J
AHyE Adams. Ph 9558-919 W. Central. 1 I grand total. *"5 rash. Ph
.onla.t :, reeestl mates: work euar.Dte Orlando. Fla AIR CONDITIONING UNITS-2 tK rtI 2-2294before 7p m for everything Over 200 lbs of range line shaae. 3607 8. Orange j]
I able. Carrier and Kelvlnator SultI freezer locker 0 cu ft Lane ,
dle a 17.
ramping ;
en- Hauling and Moving HEATERS Circulating Fuel OO
trviMaM; to a.company me on occalinal -, I : VE'r N- o- OIluton I able for rooline office Priced reasonable CIRCVLATINO -HEATm--=.oodrORdJUon. I ice makingcapacity The refrigera- and Sand Far i i
WASUED-bs-StnmLas can Phone 5Z9 or 51133ALUMINUMG.SRAGR ._sn Phone 2-3453 i tor that starts modern. stays mog-
Iisliln* mas Haw .oplet. ALLIED VAN LINES. INC Nation's .mplo, cash and save 10 to S per cent i; Erans-Super Deluxe Low boy eow-
:.sl.m outt.t E Rt. 4. t make of blinds or repaint to look like Or utlhty CrRCULATTSO OIL HEATER -Good I era and grows more useful every day.
: 1 Dal. I..S movers ot household House Washing Co 2-362S. and let nfl your purchase Bats Parattmr !! sol ecabtnet Flame thrower with
O.anrtoOET los new. Orlando Venetian Blind Mlg. building 12x20 Aluminum fram ; condition. S3V Phone 23453COR.'I I Walter J. Wjlccx. Inc. 61 E. RoaInson -
Call: Fidelity St far.boW. us tell!_yoU shy Estimates lr.SERVICE Co. 625 W Church St. Phone 5530. : doable length U-shaped golden flame
YOUR Ll\ E shrimp at-U.no'S ''Co for tree estimaZ,5 on your long HOME *5.__*! *. Kuhl Ave_85 ____ and aiding Overhead door Special CABINET"Maple. good condition | ; Founded 1936. Quaker Only Quaker has Oiaiirtrol. -

I I'..t. Ea t end oJ Ea. Gallic distance moving 56-61 W. JacksoaS I New construction ODeralfpal I 1 WELL DRILLING-We are equipped price in one onlv Mills and Nebraska : S2O Phone 2-3453 I I' no draft trouble forced neat

Jtu. B .<> u.otor-s and tackle. Phone 2.IS- and service and 1 to drill shallow and deep .11 Any BICYCLE-Boy's -cu." xl2 typewriters CABl. ri-HARDWAiE-W. ELECTRIC IRONER-Mayta* ExcelI FURNITURE FOR SALJ7wal eircalator: automatic draft Mower
in I cawkln > size up to 8 inch No water no pa,. I lent condition. Inquire at 425 Ruth automatic beat circulator.
WI keep m.i let lor ocean Jish-I j' AERO MA tee boxes oil stove 781 Ridie- complete Uae-See for yourself nut bedroom suite with boxed
mg Clean nu.uern ..bU ovrDbt. -Long.tFWE-'T'SI-r. bnd.d MOWED D.n.1 I 2. j,' Nothing do.n. 36 months to pay wood._ _Call mO..lI1n., Sm th Lumber Co. SOra... and Street brine and new InnrrspriDg mattress Walter i Wilcox Inc *l B. atobta-
Vacant lots
..I or month 1'.1 Henry i 1'J I I er Van and Storage service for.free i LAWS machinery- used. U. Belmany Supply Route Well Drilling 3 Winter and Garden Pump BOAT-11 Good shape Railroad I ELECTRIC STOVES Seven Chef. plea 1 pair of beautiful table lamps son. Founded 1936.

HARMONY CONVALESCENT home estimates: also local moving ..tDrI -I Service Station: W. ; ; Road Orlando Fla Ph. '1087 I With l1.rtSoti'red Floyd. Pine COTTON BLANKETS-DoubleT'U.96: i apartment size 897 50. terms. See it's a bargain S149JO Golden oak'I

(;i.wxl food liood tare Licensed ,I ate packingratmg and snipping Ii U. 12 Columba 1 : __ I I Castle __ _ i Orlaado Furniture Co. 141 and: at JiHdw 2524 Kuhl. or walnut! office desk. 135 -- c> .
n. in i liarae Reasonable r.'e i!I 1400 S Dlvl lo.'; ph. 7958.DPEMS i WASHING MACHINES REAIRE BENCH MS W Church ELECTRIC -iRoNm Thor r Automatic. erstuffed living room suite. IU 50 ,. Ics CRZAlt FRXKZKBS Ew beat- I- -
.:-5: Palrbanxs Aie Phone Win- ,I LAWN MOWERS REPAIm-Ai> ;r All makes 24 hr I GRINDER-Double wheel. I Gladiron. brand new Regular price Electric mixer. *19 Estateeas i era. hand and electric churn. At
1 DELVRY-Senice. lain I 'rI electric bench grinder complete CORN PLANTERS lNnmtWr SlnkNe'th i iIn..t.
P. < 7673. ]: up service. Caldwell Harris. 2213 i J99 50 special $79 50 easy terms range. S1495O cab j Wycfcoffg Hdw 2924 Knhl
haubnl; s.ter! Co. 2309 N Orange Ave Ed. with motor and cord S14 95 Knox 11 12. IS and 16 "Cote'corn
College Park 2-1972 1
;i I-L' ILLS KABtLLS ev.e load insured; ." rates > Stores Co 25 E Pine Phone 2-3163 planters Bomb I Perdue Radio 221 N Main: 2-3732. $39 30 Wood cook stove. S35i ICE BOX Streamlines "Automat r
Mar,.t! ai Laar Jaa Orr'aD i MACHINE AND REPAIR SHOP-Pipe r W ASHL'O-MACHINES REP.REDAl i Hardware. 102 West (i Florence oil raagr. 149 0. Quick 75 pound chest. Sew conditioa-

< ."ii "."dau 8 a 10' p m Weekiie5 FfYORDVANSTORAGEC ruttnl and threading Electric and I makes Maytag ofn..1 ,i BEDS-Tain Slmtnondv Beauty Rest Ch'irch StcOloioD ELECTRIC GAS AND OIL full automatic Heat oil circulation heater. new. MS. cost MO. sell 50. 600 Vassar Are

>* 1 am to S pm. ,!.I toNew acetylene welding Cohoon Machinery' ; to Colony TheaterWinter mattresses stmmoads springs. Ph -Close couplMi--2--I.-t water heaters Price inatal-, 4-ptece walnut finish bedroom suite. after 10 a m
:. >"a'.. Pf.f York. Chicago or en route. Co 138 1 South StIandoG3assMirror j I 'spaPX3 '| 9W3 1216 C.odenLM! Ie,. I siiover. manifold and head led. C. Jay Balbet. Display Roe. I i $50. 7-niecp walnut dining room suite. I! _
Phone 52B8 for estimate. 133-5 N.MaIn. EII.AIDLINOLBUM Installed o*
I I I ; BEDS-Rollawav.'with t Innersprlnf bv Crane Also, 97 ft. electric refrigerator. fffi.piece breakfaat set S22 50.
8leod.rinn.a1jooj I : [ WILL 717 East Washington.
eHHSAII- : I iURRORRESIVREdeto DRILIOW. specialize In I $335 Sealpoint Siamese Rose wood dining table. 14 ft esten- floors and sink top*. Call Aidoyan. I.
mattress. S39 50 Orlando Furniture
P"I and ArthritisOllberfS.. well 2". 2V, I 2501 aMuwtrtrt Dr. Phone 2-121.
j smal
GENERAL HAULING-Large or I Co..i4i and 615 w church. Cattery Bear Lake. Lockhart sion. (35 Large stock of restaurant
:;' Wks 5249. .
w Yale .mal .
2ia Can :
'I Ladiea onlyMt'RUL. I I I We sell and deliver { Install .1 and pump ELECTRIC TOASTERS irons.era. vOOgI- dishes Sewell Thai mono1 Furnitare IHTER-COM SYSTEM Installed cad
load. I SIADEOVER I I on FHA plan Can F. F i BICYCLE-Girl's, "new tlT..sUS CIRCCLATINd HEATER Fuel oil hot plates waffle combinations I 1
PARKER-Spiritualist me- :I I al Pbon. 5665. M'TRESSE to sleep Co 72 W. Pine St. Phone 4O7O guaranteed Call us for a tree deeaveaztratloa.
d.um Readiuca dali.. Circles 1 lok new Many new pat- j French-Lna.o. Plo Ph I Taylor Tot stroller $5 Corner Complete with tank stand and; I Fair Store. 10 W Church. | I Florida BustBCM BawJa-

\ M.uisday a p HU E. Wan I t, KsoLENBERO'S .-parking Local moving Also: ferns of ticking many innerstiringfeatures ; ; LARGE PALMS.-rub-heavy(>- Ctten y Htghwayand Cannon Mills pities Good as new. $75 2309 j EASY WASHER-Good condition 9t ment Co, 390 M. Orange A**. Phegi.

i atent for Del-her's Long Distance ; only available: at Russ Mattress tects moved d.rrJk truck BAByU BUGOY-B..ttomattrPu: Adams St_ I cash and carry 633 E. Robinson. nfUGALOIL HKATZR .1 54S4.
i room
TCr AU-IALTaiii!:, Mount. 5O6. MacySt DIal_49. J _Co_._ 1122. W _Church 22213OPF7CEMACMNESREP.AIRED.Our_ j OriandoNurwies- 78-7 I' crib bumper pad. bathtnette. playpen COUCH- be made into bed Very EASYWASHERRop.rgasrsnge.portable I I Oood condition. S50. Phone 2- KNOTTY PINE-Bleached mahogaaw
I i Oood condition Apt .. 613 ; large Used. Cau Winter Park 59&'
.t. \I\I LONG DISTANCE MOVINQ AU ; Hl-GHEYS, HOME repairs tubs. S10O or will sell separately. i, 198.1FIRE9CRKKN and walnut Grained sheetrock-
rt/awas from u market. R W. I points Packing eratln local \j service guaranteed Check with i roofmx Nothing down RldgewoodwitU JX evenings Paul M. DowUng. 1644 E Joint. The perfect wall paneling at ; -
)lberRDTICC !*; Suddath Movin & movIng Co.-) Orra Stuart. 1 S. Mian St Ph. 1 36 months 'o pay. it desire Phone >\X O-To move OT" wreciT"lit COIL SPRINGS.-DoBofc d k. mm.I LrzngsfonELECTRIC J salt -In good condition For the right- _place UilN ) cheap. For farther inforaaa-
TOALL '.RALTOR&lf, m W Columbia. Ph Storaa. ,18158J 5f>:6 for fstimaf- \orl guaranteed. 28 Pine Castle Air Base. 875 Ph I 114 II). cotton m.xtre iw.. $\29* 1II0-rQR&-t'\eIl.\70t-V lIon t>hon. 2-OM9 SINKS 4-jn double .

properly oa Wo'a Aye JStn PAINTING-Paperhanginc. Byexperi-) NEW LIFE for your rug. Cleaned 116211I bedroom suites. $59 &> and ur Whlt- H. P heavy dUlY washing machine Ctain. mpXe wiln cabinet and

0t _has been ald 8 a. i ifiPEKCER !! Offered J cored men. Best of references. : with live steam shampoo Floor- ( ?AfH-Tl'B-Ftitinl'--5 nuo- : El c- i mire Furniture. 3O6 W Church and pump motors McKtnney Ual /, FOOTBALL EQUipsJaOrr-Fall use ftxtorrs Sill 95. Wyckoffa Hdw..

6UPT Individually i :_ r"Jct j Cal 462g- L g. Price & Sons.I master Rug Cr".Der. 323 E. King I trie refrigerator. 5 n. MOO 358I ', CASE TRACTOR= Model S Good l I chine Works. 131 W Kalgy.I of all football. 102 W.equipment Churcn'Street.rLOORncc Bomb.Hardwate. 2524 Kuh _ _ _

deMened W.sfIO Pn j j; AUTO GLASS In.tal" ahile you \ :, AvPhone 5460 I I C Fairbanks Ave_ Winter Park. :? rubber and like new condition.; I ENAMEL-WARE Several hundred KTMSTJL -- The perfect tnsulaUagt.

2-1ioep.irs._ Warren | wait Bob's Shop. 122 |I PLUMBING INSTALLATION-Harper 1 ,1 B AT-atlboat 18-ft.: Crnterboard $\ 500 Alto good grove double i pieces enamel cooking utensils from I Make your house comfortable In

VIAVI PltOOUCrp.Atltmlm -.rto"nViMh I! W Pine Ph _44__ I j Plumbin Service. Winter Park: 30. Good Places to EatA.OlCr.l I sloop I Built in 194A New sails. disc Mlchelonl Caa Farm be seen near and M'% Uut Ask on I .I 25 to 33 1 3-' off. Knox Stores Co.. .I matched -No Oak 1 common kiln dried Select end and i, Summer and Winter. Mills and aTe-

11 MeKalf BuiMinc' I ACETYLENE and -.Idln 17. ATTENTION-Clover !: Sacriflceprlcet.1OO I 1027 Edgeoater.I : i for J 0 Crabb or write Groveland. E Pine Phone 2-3163. I bet'er Phillips Industries. Michigan braska _ _

T.l.obo. 14 : j machine sock on pumps. I 8t Grl. 7 S Court I BATHINETTE$10: bailnette. *5 Rt I 125 Ave. and Railroad. Ph. 21221. KITCHEN CABINET-porcelain tot
I W and road construction machinery.aluminum I PIANO Tl.NIOEPr repairing of series rx tod st the breakfast table and chain. Fractlcally -
;: Babv-all sterilizer. S5. 720 Lucerne \
I RUISER-25 ft. Cedar andmahogany
KELY ii rieevoucanaf'or d to used I
J.II.'d-Sun.y.i pay ,
and casting McKmarr all Reasonj .ua I new. Sola bed and new electric
Intruments. ELECtRIC -? Immediate
bras Terrace Apt 4
{ P Works. 131 XaJc.AWSi76Os ) abieBerker. 7ZO Ph. 7495vyNTS.VA.'Si and h. r.aul.r i u'tomr ; construction 6 cylinder t FLOOiUNC-Oak. 350 feet. 100 ft. of Rantette. 718 N Wrstaaorelaawl
.. Nvoric ..rb/.7. I' THE BOT AND -KlcKER--V,' bo'at.ftto Gray marine engine All newly renni.iiira I 1x6 LAO:: doors windows and used I

-- : tA76OtEW-V.15\-\ <"L .u I taint, "eD.I.D blinds made to 01d.r. / sharpened Hll'n D Co. v\V.VB. .m.n.u Vo. .. .. t>l M>\ wvvnMM "SSWS X i.lfrrson ntiver good values rn used fm- Mlfrlrie rookiot at Its best wood. Phone_980..__ \ LIGHT PLANT-32-volt and battoriea.la
publir .
C.\"I .v rniiroKT'AMJ1K lr estlat. Colonial Awning I 23O9 N, Oral.. 9716 Parties club* bmnqurts 3, board runlx als p> a2 )ar1O. t3um.Craft. .\ w&. t.bxtKT t. use Von get ( rood nratHtioa. X C Ruckle.VVS .
dally j 't'3N DSct-MSah. A-4 miukxa.t. Ufctrrson
Co mpal Oo good service mrtii im coo) comJon with an r>&- TtaJt
: Buying and sflling' 82 HUcrel Phone 24612.ANTIQUES PA1 T art. ro. Inc Pine Castle_2-M6f \ nsA% Qtws. Blosom -
II.rantr..d.Bai _
NO"not panlnals-an r..onabe BATtERIES ( 1 Inc range Flaii!-. r:.'r.r flea: flcs blr. tile It. IBM X. 794

the Sentinel-Star Want Ad !, RrlED We restore your tertes. repaired We buv old batter- 1\ CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS-Soc cooks tile food not toe too*. Cru.raL Ph 3374.PtRNrrURE.SPBClAL&K.. { _. _
l as humanly hom. paint safe with Stanley P 31. Good I let Suckle Tire and Eatery Shop ) Cochran F-QrnVtuie. Co. 101 West : LAMP SHADES-Parchment and tSCf.AU .
EaY the I elrDe Thing to Fat
sure and easy j PIUPt" looks i CurMs Can for estimates POnIe- and styles Johnson leer-
original and size
2-393 nth and S Orange Blossom 7S<4 Church Street Walter J 1If'1IQOx. Inc 91 E. Robinson lain dJnf'r SIU!". Irom $39. ilntsssi.shed ,
for finish discard old I I tOe Co. 23 E Church
filling plocr.i
mftho your needs bring tt Dn't Russ P.IN''ER--AVAILBL-l.e .ti- I TL'RKF.YN-Fjnrvt quaittv. SOc a lb BRIEF CASES Oenulne leather. 20* i CABINETS-Aut7 5 of wood work Pounded 1936. chests 3. f and t-dr..er. Sofa J

Phne 41dl. IW I Churih M.Ir" Co. 1122 !I 407 S F.lnla Poultry F.rm. phone: off Florida Business EquipmentCo Pin- Castle Lumber A Hardware bedmet so-err. Moors Purnstur -
dial 22213FreightRates Orange phone \
: 2-3786. \ Continued On Next Page
390 N. Orange Ave. Phone S4S4.i Co Phone S7.14 Co tn CnlIet Park

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; Hog Market I II 1!' Packard '48 ChangeSets '

Boost Would PrecedentDETROIT i: Livestock Sales More Stock Sales AreNEW Forecastrope's

; I i Slightly Higher ;. Cost Millions Car Co. announced(API Packard yesterday Motor that Reach $$35,120I YORK rAP J The stock art\ity in stocks in the S5-S10 mated their "break-even" pointto need, and Britain's Intention K't I a"t

4A I market ended its schedule of short. ransr. be an exchange volume of to withdraw from its Pales 5'f.vaW- I

\ along with the best output month Not one of the 10 most active one million shares daily. ,,,
i CHICAGO !I Summer weeks with its seventh tine mandate highlighted the trt
A I UPI mere wa a t Railroads now propose to tnt |'of the year to date it had put its I [API Sales Mocks on the exchange Friday sold Pessimism in boardrooms this .,.. 3'Ac.
on .
I tlight comeback in the hog market 'j I crease freight rates on Florida's 1948- model line into production three Florida State livestock markets decline in the past nine such for less than 10. A study this week week was attributed by commission foreign picture. ActiF
due to mfaf receipts on Thurs- and vesetables along with I without a single day's stoppage of in the northern part of the periods. showed that the average price of houses to a combination of Domestically, anxiety was

.' day and measurable';' freight rate increases in general. {l assembly At the close of the quietest live- the ten most active stocks had concern over international affairs
Friday but State the
no to the that Florida lne. $35.120 during t stirred by warnings of inflation
fxten fruit- i George Christopher Packard week William L. Wilson directorof day trading period since August. been increasing over recent qui"t and doubts oxer the domestic economic
reo\'fr was made: slow and \ growers and shippers I I dangers and suggestions In some
j I president, described the accomplishment State markets reported Governors of the stock exchange market and had reached $31.92a outlook. '
sharper lower prl markets left !I i would pay an addItonl $16.875.- !!; as "without precedent day. announced that any stock selling shaie The 16-nation program for $19.- quarters that the answer to btgh

packer hog ) nr indifferent i I 230 1947-48 for freight during the i; in the industry," and disclosed The markets located in Bon- above $5 a share could be dealtin Total tran->ai-toris: this:: week :330 million of U S aid Western prices might tie in re-impositfen

The weeks ; shipping season John A. that margin Oct. 1 after. Since amounted 3 ,.H 850( icnewal: of of Government controls.
top wa 29.00 paid : O'Rouike the 1948 line will consist | if ay. Quincy and Jay handled a on or to or a dailyaveiaue the Soviet attack on ,

sparingly on Monday and the ; the Growers secretary-manager& of mainly of three all-new eight cylinder total of 170 rattle and 816 hogsin March 7. 1945 margins have been of 806390 compared n ith Furope 0\ (' a four-year period Only twice during the week did 51 1

Closing high 28.25.AU <| Shippers League of i iI vehicles, with new "free their one-day auctions restricted to securities selling a u>*al! of 4 180 3iU in the prc- United Stairs! policy in the UN. stock trading shake loose from
Florida ,
..ht butchers and 'o.s 25-75 I calculated here yesterday !i flow" styling four different chas- above $10 a share. c..t'ilnc eK Pir'r: iman' .> appeal to conserve w
i The Bonifay market reported the its quiet and on both occalon -
l..r good and choi.e. 2TS- upon his return from Wash- I. pace
19lb. i I : sis and three straight-eight Brokerage houses have; esti- 000 ae e (m J del to meet Eu-
J'-lB Ib luhts 2 0-27 f: choice ington. I II \ sale of 133 hogs for a cash total of This action restoring the rule prices skidded ,
150 Ib ; 2i 00. I { engines 5
.0. sos s >under ..140 360 Ib las 26 2 OO Ib i I: O'Rourke. who attended Interstate !i 160 horsepower.de\.tlopag 130 145 and $4.811. Prices were quoted as follows -. in effect prior to the $10 restriction The Associated Press 60-com- A -

5"i 160-400 lbs. :24 7S-2" <00. 400-500 lb. i iZJ i Commel'ce Commission hear- -. - : No. 1 grade. $25.10 per was expected In fi- polite suffered its sharpest decline :
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(.tl fi liood and choice trades steers i i I ings at the nation's capital on this hundred pounds; No.2. $24.25: i nancial circles to stimulate more : for the week since the period

ar.. h.rID4' :-: hwru belters ...ad. I j I i freight-rate problem said the I against the proposed freight rate No. 3. $22.90: No. 4. $21.40; No. 5, ended Aug. 8. The drop of 1.1 Prla -': -

t. JS. ., b.e corns U- lower: freight rate boosts which the railroads ; boosts for several month. and $20.30: sows. $18 to $21.50; feed I CLOSING COTTON droressed the average to 63.7

"afnr.-SO fuu"s ianunon beet cows ,,I ask for in their i this activity ers. $18 to $24.45. .1 of point above its lowest
: bill.r. teal calves M down testers i| latest "am- i bmg NEW YORK (IAr The cotton market declined oruy a (

V.SJ1 50 dm" heavy ralota 20 00: ': ended" figure up O'Rourke said. Sales on the Jay market totaled yesterday under heavy hedqe sell -r level since June 24. It-
i Ptlonould
mostly down .
Final ouotations were the lowest ol
,i atetrs tapped at A :tr..hGe welthtr; year- i,,, abut lhi: I I He pointed out'that. originally, $13.950. the auction handling 90 the day with losses of 55 cents to SilO The ninth successive Monday

Unas 34 OO lIght yearlinas&:33 lul heifer I j 068.500 per season I i cattle and 346 hogs. Cattle price'swerf' a bale. Quotations at a standstill in
fearhMt 31 00. choIce uedlua i Scanned I rate increases sought by the Commission houses bought and there n.
weight and CU. follows Heifers.
54.665,330 per season quoted as : session without an advance saw
rails would hate figured $916- 0 asafaramoun I of ovenne0000.ea'
J/S! : 3.
K .t. ; paaauw 27 OO- i Fresh Vegetables II, sell $8.90 to $15.60 per hundred lions evidenced in nearby Oct_, trading that aggregated only 670- 3.p.
then bit
Irr.4e.eatJ. later
per season, a
32 0. steers !j per season pounds: cows. $6 to $12.95: steers Dealers commented on the favorable cots .shares.
$2.249.00 $10,711.000. but now in their tenor of croo comment with Texas report

,fpr. 25 13 0 bulk "o,0 native choice and i Refrigeration (hargtsI latest attempt by way of theamendcd" $8.20 to $15: bulls $8.80 to $14.90. inv that extremely favorablo ..t... The market returns next week p.K'

ante 50 ouutandina- l.iao i $ 1.892.40 per season I The price range on hogs: No. 1. conditions during September aided the o normal six-day operation with

Moatanas 21 00. canners cutters I! Total Pftton. recently 25.50 hundred pounds No. 2. crop measurably.Ooen the two-hour being
OO- 1.175 heavy sausate a. Im'rtas filed with Commerce per : High Low Last Saturday session ;IA.,

1, 0 but elated at 18 a. rec. I $16.875.230 per season Commission thf Intfrtate at Washington $24.25: No. 3. $23.25: No. 4. $18.05: Oct. 31.12-11 31.12 31.00 31.OO off 15 resumed for the first time
sausage IT 00-18 SO common and medium I The subject of these I No. 5. $15.60: sows $18 to $20.95; Dec. 30 '2-'3 3O.9S 30.75 >.75.71.1f 19-22 since last May 6. 5 t
light .1.ur lb otfertnta prop' the boosts against the Mar. 30 '7 31 00 30 SI 30 gl-4 e'f lt-21

210230. soud and t 0. Io steers i freight_ rate intrtas will b( Florida industry feeders. 16.50 to $23.80. May M.7 30 *J 3O.4S 3O.*S off 22 -
leer .
I 0-:4: 0. mouth\ 25 75 fruit-\'fftabll Cattle prices On the Quincy market ,..II3.. 30 30.34 3O.2J 30.24 .ff 11
lambs 1 50 loser: ytarbnss i 12.947 Boxes Shipped I would figure $16,875.230 | ranged as follows: heifers. Oct. 2* BOO n IS 25 7* 2 .71b off 14Middling Eggs and Poultry RL.
2 OO lower: ton bulk toad per season! spot 31 ISa off 27.
ct.juelaughter an top 23.D: : $10.10 to $19.20 per hundred Nominal; b-bid.I JACKSONVILLE CAP) FlorMa Mart'frr
.Tuesday}. medium 5 1900-2200. i \JSTI:1VEX: .\'J Last "We are actively engaged in our s:
I' pounds.
totO largely 1600-1700; semi and \ff..S tiru' !hipmfnh as re- I protest and objection to these proposed t I I NEW OLEANStAPJCstton futures doclmed Al> sa es to retailers: P.'.

choae larlln. II OO. wIth comparable ; Itrtfd State Inspection increases ;, hero yesterday under weekend Ion* Net Wt Oar Mkt3rat
and will continue
i lie/uidation and hedge a Net oM. in Crts.Lai .
IID 2 0 meamot grade around V5 Ib GRAIN RANGE selling
.arhn' 50-18 75 and choice Uureau totaled IZ,91 bent of l these activities as the proceeding CHICAGO U'P'. I Closing pelceswarestoa di, 2O cents to : ... 24 o*. 72 75M l _

slaughter ewes 8 OO- 3.oo common to i grapefruit. I progresses," was how O'Rourke .i Open Nigh Low Clou l. 90 cents bate I.... Some of th. selling .:5 -21 OS. 63 Mf
7 7aM -- WHEAT- was attributed to favorable crop ro a 18 oa. S2 55
.P. I '- -- | summed up the situation, yester- Dec 27* 276 274'4 2711 ports from the belt. Ex.ra large ._ _24 ox. op 74 77

tmued at another hearing, or i day. at Orlando. March .. 274 714 273U 274 ; Spot cotton dropped M a bale with middling Sales direct to containers:

LEARN htarags. in the near future. Mr. May -_ 23 370 4 28 27O 4 IVltth inch wuoted at 30.50 cents a Hat Wt. Car MktOaf -
TO ft.
O'Rourke declared. July ___ 2471,4 2SO'4 248 2504 pound Sales, totalled *..41 bales. A PardOT. rnCrts
"It is the j A study of automotive design
Ita'gut's CORN- Large _34 oa. 82 BSW H. ,

PLAY PIANO opinion that the Southern shows that America is building DI'222'a US 221'4 225 i Open High Low Close otuai: .--.-. 21 og. 72 75

By developing a touch system. District hearing on this subject smaller cars and England, a small- May _. 2Ut'. 221. 218 221July Oct. 11.17 31.20 31 07 31 09 Off It STUDY IN CONTRAST: Pfc Bruce Marshall of Corpus Christi Small _1 as. 40 SI alaae.a
I .__ 213 .. 214 2i4-, 30.. 30.2 30.15 30.71.11 off iS Extra 2 88 a' ,
i 4 2U's large es.ao 89
X will -
practicing what to eterIveiS..ii I be assigned within the next 30 IUl nation, i building them bigger.I OATS ; March 30 96 341.91 3O.al 30 11 .ff 11 Texas, describes this photo which he took at Owada Japan, as Florida dressed .
home sales la retailers. M connunlcrs' -
m jour | or 40 days and possibly at Atlan Dec 102 110'. 109 110'. May o.1t 30..) 30 M 30 M off 17
the 'cd! depressed and with the
ancient Japan
20-2i Le> .'isAduit ta." he I CHICAGO MARKETS AT A GLANCE March 107, 108', 107' bl08 4 July 3O.2S 30.31 30.21 30.21 .ft. contrasting Premed LIve

; or Cri'ldren' delarf. WHEAT: Firm commercial buying. May 102 a 104 102'4 101'. helpless and Japan Ic into the for Pew V
The new, v lung kIng< sun a c-svs> ana Drawn
Call Ernie hansen Ifague been busy preparing -! COHN: StresS; ,_t damage, iJu.y 9<: NEW ORLEANS (CAP Spot cotton closed Fr>era Red 2 Ib ua 7J 35

Ph,sos 7S4i or Box 81.heat.-SUr I testimony in behalf of the I OATS: tron.. ..t.corn. i I SOYBEANS I :::'n:1Z.S: :' lower. Sales 5.$4i; low bright future Marshall is with the 1st Cavalry Division, Broilers Red IVa-a SJ 39 Sal:

___ Florida citrus-vegetable MOO: N- .al" steady. I Mot 334 334 334 334 i middling M.SO; good mid Hens heavy 45 51

Interests. CATTLK'mla.11 steady. i March 334 334 334 b334 J! dung 11.00. i occupation forces. HensUgnt ... .. 3* 40

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(Cent. From t-rrtrdinr Pace i 3X Articles for Sale i iI \\l I lI S3.: Artltles' for Sale j j j Itt. Fct_Stock and f'uppfit'sPOINTER I:. Kronw. tn Bent 51. lIousesfni'Sfr 5L houses for SateS SI.
__ ; [ Houses for Sale
.1 I ............ t | 'uubatt frtntnt1-tar!
I ROOFING-Thick butt and roll. 45 ta MOVIES for the home. News pa- PUPPY-Male: 11 '. mo. 1 LAD ST 4Je-Per it.nllPman. S- ....1.1. Ai '. .-e. nec r CITY .
33. Article for Sale 00 Ib*. Mineral surface and smooth rade. adventure. traveL coaucs. old: aell ready for training ale or doable; on bus lisle C30.. a '" liMITS Fruit,-&-room modern bungalow DZLAXXT SECTJOI* A real lameS ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Roof roatints Mills and Nebraska Bowstesd's Db'w. .. ? : 's trees. Owner. P 0 with 2 bedrooms and 2 large ,
Camera .
i Shop. 1039 M. S50 if Phone 740. Ill B.Bumby. : Call 2-3656 ... :' I Box 4141.COLELA2ID.
I I'MHCR. all i ionabie : Orange _Call 2-151 __ Ho .cn Bru r ::1" '. :..um 73254NOE2itLT2tmcdrppps __ __ ___ screened _.h.. Attractively fnrnlsned. SEPT. 28. 1947 PAGE 13
kl84.-ten.loD. r. ROOF COATtNO-Now Is the time to LUCERNE LODOE-On L:,;- L'e.. -- beautiful yard and shrubs
al' rdsina. repair the leaks la your wind- SPECIAL PRICE on. ifi .--a j PUPPIES Doberman Pinscher. i, Why not have the b-sf' E.t- : fr mb..m PARK-PrICe greatly re- Si j : 5OO Speak f9 Spieaei Whitney '

.' '-. !Only or he(
n ___,_____ ( t.tor grandchildren: .. clean rooms t im !/"i a j : K&'i located on hit h exclusive corner ot. : Met call Side 2-3205
-S Beautiful whelped July 31 Fine guardians and I services. Real c55.5.Ocr, 1spertion screened LAKE JENNY JEWEL-Bungalow and
ROPE Pure Manila 3 bedroom. 2 bath. music
available. room very
now instrument. Amati quality of tone. pets. Ph. C. H. Wntht. Winter Park Invited down. garage apartmer.t on 95 x 243 ft 4
AWM 'J27 -
am-Rustic cyprru better 3 IS 1m h to 3 4 mi h. Knox Stores _: _Lu f-r.e 0: ." :: sfractive living roam dining room. tot 850OO will

made $!. 2 chair 1 telte. Turn Co 2S E _Pine Phone 2-3163 -Very -low prSce.8150Call7418- 1 K'lO-W _ _ : i- 00. I kitchen breeze-way to two-car carag -S, DCWTTT DRIVE 1133-Complete:* like rent Ph SIM handle. pay balance

< : 1334 Orifice. Wiate Park. Ph. PURE RAW .na.dli..37Sii Ecallon -Purebred. dewormed. 2 mos. MAGNOLIA AVE 644-Csrnrr. .r.- S >. solar system Central hewtlntPI and nicely furnished Immediate

-.W '-0x12 Good pad Perfect shape.SO in your Container Standard old snipped COD your approvalToy S vale bath. : "- ,to sU._ :210 E _Cope'-and Dr possession See this and we think
$ C.n. seen at 1OOO W. PriM atoll repla] .meat $1 50 per gallon: B.bT ..- roo'll aaree It s the best buy In town LAKE CONWAY SECTIO5-Well located -

1' 'IN-ula% oIdirrz .w Ph a7l4RADIOSCroory Hard are.102_ W Church St ,. fox terriers rat terriers Eskimo pit, ,S-_ .. ....:iz ".S.'RI''US' (.';lOMAVTOWN-$ew two-bedroom Louis OeesUn. Realtor. 143 *. Main bmi1 block frnn Lake
hull RatioS shepherds. I:
1OOO ORANGE AVE 763 .Tair.ofenealaw.. hardwood floor '' Conway and beach
.u. I .P.da.-Console AUTOMATIC se'th' N -\w t 2-1464. public On paved
Pn 1218 Oolden_ 1_ type and table mode Also Brovnin SHOTOfS> spitz Males SIS. females S10. AlnaKaitht. 1 I room fort"rl<'& girl. KJ cne I. '0 ;.-'..-..-" 2-it:' fcrr.e 3 bpj- 2 reened oo-c be. a toad bur at street close to stores. schools.
port- new 116 only .
I oU VZS-O&bSaUMd It a IS.t ..". Bnmby Hardware. 103 W iChurch. Sear Rotbuck ACo tsar sPOnmGoods now ,J_jintainInn.8CPUPPIES __ Prl"i.eie>_ _, on' ri 8. ts I. HOve $11.00126. $9.000. terms Courtney Realty. 32 churches and express office :s this
N Orange .Phone 2-: J.
1 .. I. a 2. U'3 5th Dint f.t fI"9311 WASTED -Litters bou&ht ORANGE A\t. n']. S __ bungalow Recently redecorated andS
LCo. tn tood condition- with 2
'. N Ornate and ROLL--ROOFING.-.-Roof cement; oil DuPONT PENETRATION Wood finish" for resale Bradley Kennels. P. O. doub> Ho; s a'i: b" CLOSE IN--4 beautiful stucco homes.niel DUPLEX 2 baths. 2 screened porches bed-norns.There

1i ltK SETS Hince*. hasps lamps and lanterns Poultry net- $5 40 p.-r colior: Bumby H.rd..re. ,Box 212. South Daytona.. Florida bath !etrsnii; -.- .' n furnistted.. 2 baths. heart of are about 2 acre with 82 fine b>ar-

..k* awildm hardware of M I tint Yard too:.. Economy Purnl1 1 10W. s- Ch'.:. n St ,, Ph U17. Priced tn sell. Chance of a life- Ivannoe' lle 1on-.h side has 2 ins citrus trees sultab'e for rtrrest

i is Smyth Lumber Co. M. Or. .i burr 332: W. Church. POINTER-Thoroughbred: 1 rear PARK LAKE Ak C, : <- ; -..? A W : &AWalter Bast.u lane bedrooms sleeping porch. shipments. 810 000. term W B.
Railroad nil old Please telephone 2-4611 between room with i'c"; .'c c.. I I -.rr J7 bath living room dining room
a.-.n I RADIO Zenith -an..nl... Only JL .\rtkles"anCd ,. springs Phone --u9ib :>. 11' E I b- Nicholson. Realtor. 14 8 MainS
: PARK-L CECIRCLE' aide completely
eteel Bale Ca. W : *J Jr Can be seen a: McClammy : AXES-Furniture of a!! kinds: sewing I POINTER-Male, partly trained. 10i I 7tll-L n. j-of c-oja: home completely furnished Both vacant .

"r : 10 AlI I!' Restaurant_ ,__ machines anything you have ,; months old A. D. Brown. Route 1., newly redccorati-a rootr.In :- r- :u n.s'd :nri-.ting; washina ma- 2-car so buyer fruit can arrange to tait. j LAKE BEAUTY SECTION !
sprints bus and lake PI.in" 74'.: tarate. trees lake view.
1 issEED Oil =Pwre raw.:"si 7S- aal' RCU-- X12 Broadloom. 1946 sweeper j to sell el-Thurmond! FurnitureCo ; Box iso._Groseland._ Florida._ __ tlfr 0 :., -111.(1.5 SEC no".rn. Xe.tE i .". and ""n.1 car .ara..' (35OO' 3 larte iots Best of location. rm_ S-toom buntalow A sacrifice 86V
Other article B 72 W. Pine St Dial "O O. Liver S-r---'A'liES-HOTt.I- .,;_ -. '. .. ah itandie HamptonBroker.. 531' 500. *2 4OO balance
t your container Standard "t con lllor Rra- ,. _-- POIN TER PUPS-B weekco.d. "" ",use < to dlate| possession Exclusive listing I. cssfa. ten monthly -
1 .' *; SO per re.I.e, -o..blepn. Vnr.ter_Oardru 38 Rtd DIAMONDS, waicncs. Jewelry aid and white: purebred (20 each A R" .b' ,
r 102 W i gold Hisbest cash price. 1L ItSteal. E Eric-son. Route 1. Box 184. San- $0" roo "" j Church and Main' 2-3433
Ch.nb l SHEET'ROCK 8c per ..uar. ft. CLOSE IN-Near Lake Lucerne. 2 gers and will be glad to show 1 A _
value 81939.-S1O, Telephone 6J95 Jeweler. 32 W. Church. ford. Fia. Cal._Orlando -4375 HP.I XL : "_ :..' d : Bedroom bungalow g arage. well I L. Obie Real ",ap. 100 S. Court. LAKSVIEW i Close !ni Jus- lIsted

"ATT. '1 each Single I STEEL' WINDOWS- Commercial and 'FURNITURE=Used stOv"S-lreb.. ABaiITS raC purewhllZa.. room Lstii .. 1. : ,- furnished. Ovner. Box 153.S5 I one of the nicest bungalows ismaU

I T.,1 sprinas Kitchen sink "" b. re-idential Site, Southeast Steel ::: sen ing machines Call before you sonable- also Hutches. 1809 E. Colonial. Near \ "it n.a am, v '. ..,-c_., ." aCOLMAL1OW- --- ---- -- we have had for a Ions thee Ideal
) : aria '>: brat. 2' I Amelia. Sales Co 100 W. Amelia downstairs. sell We pay "IOB pnc '. &..11- Ph 8830 WINTER PARK i. C *- ; d''." 3-rwoaa cottate. DUPLEX-Princeton Ave Excellent i icenter. : for roupie. price 88.SOO Courtney

MEAT Hussp ;-1442STAIRWAY Thurmond Furoure Co. 72 W. Pine TROPICAL FISH= .aten and -Thermostats Room c: .ar ha-.,. 'j : -. :. .! 0:. :.. .' .5 -.> Hardwood floor mod- local onnearsc Isoolo and shopping Realty 3K N or>n" 2-2471

::1 man.DIY-Cu10- f. block 51 Dial 407U. arrived. Order now. pay O2rc:: Pho' .17YMCAAtrayisr F' ;- L 13" 0.1 P' n -.ichen. S35OO. terms. P. A Each unit has five room LTVbiGSTON AVE EAST-2 residences
Indoor nr S tdoo.Krm- .
_.dating business Underills. CheHitnwav -onabie Ph 2-4)1-1))jif"erlp mOFADunc"auP5 ] FURSITURi-- used furniture. 'la-er 1 C B'Ii 1226 Nebraska. .ac,,.> for : .- ( ..i Ir Bse,. _\. -"t.. Realtor. 37 W. Washington and ba'h One unit furnished Needs completely furnished now

"" ;' Any quantity. Cochran's FurnitureW13W TROPICAL Lartest'selection, men Single or dtt.t.: SB *-a ... ; some repairs Price 99OOO No phoneitformation rented at 8190 per mo Available at
!I 1 -. .IP.ke .ir 1321 ] Church 2-0931 rISH- Call 8006.Ox 1.l..i "Rri- B;a-atifj.;3-aed- COI.ONIALTOWN'SECTION: we please See Mr Foisom: $17.500. tarnished Ask for H-1I78.

MEDICOIB CABINETS-Recess and I Prihajn Ro.d I j RAND-PJASO--FOrclub_ In Orlando area Aquariums supplies -Woociruif C .Ll1' ". a semis of arUir.ectural have just It.tAd several nice homes .aitn Harold Shepherd Realty Co. ID Harold T Condlct. Realtors: 37 B. -
sill room. Good Harry 138 Ridtewood AND BOARD 700
type Several dettan tool 1 ; Coster. .
,'. .'t Bamby 102 W SPACE HEATERS-OU bwm'nt All condition reasonable price. Box :Dr.. off Lawrence Ave Winter Park.: Street at W. Agnes StALO'n.YSIG ., ,. ar.._ ,',-: c"oa. tao tile :n .n., verv desirable residential .eci Washinfon St.EAST' Central: 6137 _ _
B.. tires for hnmrdiate delivery. a- oars;. r-l I1"1s..ia..,
Orlando 1t .I AppUame Co 210 H Orange TOY COLLIEPrPPIES-FOI.a1.- 32 .E ROOM Vet. ,S.- s .' .tA t all complete; to the Pal! !or appo-.nrmen to see C R SiDB.wbPdrtlOll 'nice lIlt porch Lot T&X2TS Shads
"< OR BfKE- Ave Phone 45-7 'HEARING AJos-.ti will buy for :w JLurerneClrcl* b..s. home Dna .1"... ,Is I rref.ned -, ., u O"-,. 1.1i -1t ____ j "_ Emerlck.: Realtor 010 M. Oraate: neighborhood Priced under today 100 ft nparaa right In extra large
Vrison S ah 140 E Church N12 to 3claim' !I Chr..t.n lau,' Ph 2--' .1
= YOUNG SINGING white T.n O. tn Rasmusen market
t doU. SOuL FOUVI ttRBONATOR- Canaries 7348 at 8890 White Bros Realtors lake with sand bottom Total price
...et __ __ :j and rotorMrs 2414 YALE AVE 1432 W 3i-.f C. a. r. Rfi.to.-s 4 Wash- __________
'ord-rl.d H"1 :I'S lUi.. o'-i.' en brand new mal..nt : i ori't Sum- ri.lleiredCai 824N Mills 2-111III 810 XX believe it or not 84.OOO
MATTMBS Du" krtrhea table.gas Cal! I 20..1fon Of FICEMtCHINESandfurtture. I I mer'ln Ave North Bae. Sanford I..ar bu. BtI'In"5vIT..n p.- ? ,; !'UaTilDai: Oranae Ave. Brooms rash will handle Exclusive and tint

hot .., like _. WoO I I hro.ich Sat Get our prices Check with Oorge '' lsHttMMrE; : 6')44ICELYFURSISH') I. "oiLILSrColOS :.: N.. CONVl Y-5 rooms and bath fur- and bath on first floor 2 time offered William Mathewr with
inter twins Stuart. 13 S Main St. Ph. 3158 1 D'd ., 5' 03., '" m ( In .9000 J Daniel Kolar. 200 S Main 2-4388
Prl .1. SPH1VOS "-. t "s ciouble rot : .' SOCIETY has puppies and < -:> rHone "j: nshed 'tnc s'ove 'nftlPdcpn I rooms and ? bath on second floor.
: E Ch..h __ Onr twn ,. 0. ... :. St OIa":"<' OLD OOI.D-We- pay highest prices gil ten- vaifr< for eood homes 721 pr..:>*es RI:cr., k.Ui -. .1 1 P '" fl' .:1 1 oa" : ..,1 and back porches caesar double lot close in location attraci e7811 7
for diamonds old told watches. EAmelia! : 8378 Bendix washer Bu Bu.b-- SO -.. n. -.:1so' one lively prIced. P A LAKE'LUCERNE
OVENS for all stove Stack include Pn ", edIt.SPRIWKLR8 s -.5 : r:i-" th.rens included This Is Allison. Realtor. SECTION story
types. Bumbji broken jewelry teeth silverware 2 AQUARIUMS-.a land-! "l-'gal I at Con.aj. Su.t.!'.. ba'..i.fc. 1.; : -: .:., ''C S4 OOO caD ccsl! bef only S57SO See Mark 37 W Washington. 7813 frame apartment of 4 unit*-3 fur

,[ Hac1 .. 102 jsChurch.. iamn.s Florida:"r 1 f'*-nms" Smpp1n.r""r Co..nil Ret tn-an A Sons. 139 N. Orange._ ,',', Plan's: .nd tropical Sish f7 50 1224 L Breakfast 23565l'rtsate OP'.or.aJ Rrl.rt'ti.Phone : .. ;: I -C.5'., .'F"3.R.-per RfalL !;. a i-h Loui .& :. Realtor. 143 II EAST-4 rooms.--a-screened pan.he. nished. 4-car gsraae Plot TtalOO.
OAK" WOODWASTiD..nsl..i Mn 21464.COWNIAITOWN3b.drooiu. Make excellent guest house 817 SOO
i. BOARD MOTOatS : 1110 W Chur nnois: : SI Apt 5 bath breeaewi storage reaas: ,
h St Phs.mr 6115
aranteed repair U.-A __ Ar.> air.oi.nt up to 50 acres Call ""-11' I nu P"' .' ', 'r..'. .-" .'.."., ."......0-,-."-" _"-_-.". r. 'nft,- __ bell-5: '! 2028 E. Jefferaen. Terms M J Mow. Broker. 132 S

"I c. *' Marine N Orange i fiq47 41. Poultry and Supplies "b"-a:.< r.o .s S '. S ., 'n.5 5-a .. .u 2- j Mtln phone 977

c < :e STEEL WELL 1 PIANONiEHIRh..st paid.Au j ji fresh m.k: pro'r.f-l :T r ... t t .,.,. J.. '.' ro: ,,' :a- turn- EAST SECTION -- 2-bedroom.. LAKE LUCERNE-Guest'honte fair
'.rfA M"a. :: : : kind Write Biritr Wetter 70S j; BABY CHICKS S Pullorum testI.vrry. 1401 \Vash.ns'nn St 41 > "" -:. .55Harry ished home on lot 9Oxl85. Well > bungalow; excellent condition i furnished T bedrooms. 3 baths
Cr.C 'S FlorloaAve Lakeland Ph 31-581 t'd sIO Imm..dla' tuture df'- i. '* ?, r.i .;( :Vozue Thea- bult. tarot screened < and 2 complete apartment on lane
I phone "S__ __ two: ft of I2-m 2000 It. of 10-in I '< o. SMALL BEDROOM; j riv -.' !" : : : porch 8030Oj 1 Price. 87 SM 00 tood .
: : s_tJOO cash. Samnue lake front plot 831 MO. tersBt.E .
Feeds and poultry supplies Francisco. Real- ecoy
Tile! baSh anri ,
OAK ... 2000 ft of 8-ln New well casing SCOOTER-Late model Cu-hmau. ir.i c- pbetch. terms For further information ask
PJad. drop !Orlando! X-ce! aonDial 2-3S24. tood Io 1 K ., ONMLU'WNrax- yo'ur cno-ce tar Rm 4 Cen-ral Arcade 74O7. W L Stripling with M J Moss.
for' Immediate delivery. LIbby A Telephone2O02. Klssimmee. Plo tioi pe9; K lor B Brtdae with Martie Wil-
'. .diD' U. I.Y'JOnt comers pine F'r.'m. 711 W Church. WANTED'tood used- kiln dried- I BABY CHICKS New H in..btreLblood References pirate Phi'"nc s,7M 'j i-si. ft. home Orlando's CONCORD AVE Near Mills 8 11t .. Realtor. 21 West Washratton Heket172 S _Maln- phone 6977. _

< pn.lta.)lla ..1.... i i lumber. 2x4, 1x2. or 1x3.new also ceiotex :' tested. Wayne feed. Amco PRIVATE KITCHEN and ftf-stt, I : ." ".".' ;"'''r .< .e ...'10"t rooms balh 2 screened porches Street. Phone .. LAKI FRONT-New bungalow Im-
S :l- r -" ihl!. liv- mediate 75 642 n lot
Feed Store 300 West Robinson. garage partially furnished Near possession
HEATEBS tile. Plywood in gum and maple: 4 or 2 gentenfii! ::o Icr.*;:;, L: ,
OIL'ClLTJ -Cxr- tHU 4 in. rock wool insulation. Mr. Darrell.2459 .. Phone_663. smokinc nl: ase 71t; Painor "-. :. :.n lor: t ntuemen* e* H'ilcrest school and shopping center --- --- Fruit trees within few minutesl
dr ulatla.s Factory re- ;
< A : K ...a't.rl"24 K. Mills. downtown Orlando Priced to sell a'
ot Price J10 SOO Exclusive with Fred l
'.. 'it jus arrived wh.. bull'. tuaranteed like new; portable __ BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store.V. COOL"COMFORTABLE"roon.s"f 6grlt ; : EAST SECTION Walking distance 811.O2S Call Elisabeth Smith with

.> last. Bumby B.a.,e.. 103 W and console.:Al Wtttins_ : 6247 WE'BUY DIAMONDS o-'oldK S approved Pullorum tested. $' 00 pt'ec Mi ::0- r> 5 i e >t x.s r<' on Sunday SIsal Carrels.or: 4t23 Broker. 18 E. Central; ph. to high school trade school and ,, Chenault Jenr.tnt Inc Realtor*

'.-rrb SAW-Combination' 12 Inch saw. S : net jewelry and antiques. Hoelt ie'a. 906 W. Church. 2-2821 or 7336. Ho;.i 229 "oo S; .stores. New 3-bedroom masonry j 672 N Orange 7234
; ; M.1Y I :
Cl. 11 _
inch joiner horizontal 24 S. Oral '. and mortis- UP
: j.i r'e b r." Fireplace. -Nicety furnished
: on paved street Large lot shade All above
J R P tier wired Saltart rooms aveette ue
er motor. S3OO. I. elec-rically Twenty ,
.nn t. 2P C. Arwood WILL"BUYT: priv.tcre- .
; nrrrtinc
d ,
i I remote or tow Tour III. r.1 bS'!0'' La-ie i->t For wun fruit trees 9125O cash Total Hardwood floors tile bath Price. 2 story tile construction. 3 bed
J" ,'.. Phone :"7(' C'o'oa Fla pii.e trees c.i. Kina, Bur.ilinc; : and :Fa: each. A G. Durham. "al-l.ad. -a..d O'',pe .f"r..n' Pr 1 9; I r i .-.j n.' Sll lOO Has'mss arrt15200 King Real Estate. 30 E. 813 SOO 00. terms For showIng tsk ,, rooms. 2 baths on 6* ft lake front

'ilL STOVE-610 Chest of .,. STO'Ebur.r"x..llpntco dl- umber r ..tcphoe] :67 -- to 10 a m :'S : :-:. t- a fc Cc:.-tal Arcade> ,' h- 8415 Open Sundays for W B Bridge? with Mtrtle WH- Blot Immediate poasetsion 82O.OOO

'10 ..r. $15. breaklaat tion Br..d.xt., sob four WE BUY used, furniture Call us be !fHIi'KESIIE %tii roo6n. ; hams Realtor. 21 West Waibinttan '' Virgil Jones with U J Moss Broker

.. I.. .. 85 rocker. 84.c. kitri-.en sink. dish. etc. Sell- '1 fore 'ellmg Orlando Furniture Co. i pssan d '.re f''CDR. $15 611 47-1. Rental Agencies ( fi S ores school and bus You will beaniared '
S a electric refrigerator spinet. ii:. cheap Call 54L'2 1 No 2 ,'or.. 615 W. Church phone W ColpnlalDrlve. 1 h'mromb'n.. I Un'h of thIsmadrn LANCASTER PARK East 1 block
w.l:! S'tpplv! at room
antypewri'er! desk waahina 2-4883 HENS W,TED= TO--I ,: .' Bungalow 9 2 bedrooms
mah Any amount Orlando desirable, : ,..n.ntfr... of char.snlvvom. r -Rr" p. Pf'.m"'a'lm' ad:1 .rr.rd s-room b..n- EAST-Well-f..r hdr.ern room
nr wheelchair restaurant stools.OM Pish and 609 W ,_ painted InMr and out Nice
Poultry. newly
; : Ju" ,:".,n' 1S 1'o r S. jslow: You will especially like the Step in today Home possible in-
S V Orlando Ave SINKS 35. Fuel 03 and \Vx.I Ch'rhSt 0:'t. t-.ly: _. W. 1. tur.fl:1 condition near own and store OS.-
floors sale Owner
vacancy Gar RANGE Florence Oood coiidi- N H REDS booked t- d"lfver.v.-Lake "- a- (' rm-rl- tIle: tile 750 J150O rash 5-am Johnson C* .
nI r 29 S TourSt Phon2448 : \-t--: : Q.n s Us. bath attached garageottd built toed Sec Claybaush. Realtor.
on (39. Telephone 2-O876 209 N 1 Plan your kitchen around the new FUEL OIL-A lull tank is safer. O- The Woods chirk Co J, miles .5. : :-I' oitn- rear screened porch Allen John- Metcal Bid. 208 8 Main
Ti ,. American ink. New dfsicn. new Phone bOZl Have your tank tilled north 01 WE HAVE RENTALS -- "rvi I e ..5--' f.- "- :.t' 1'' rcpobl..
Mai'land 1.-92 ;
onHuh son. Realtor. 14O N. Orante. 8812
chacoarHre..- ., BAST'SIDE Close la. 8-rooni frame
beamy Real Es'a-e 29Sou A" .,, -
new features
new construc- A la.-nr tans insurrs heat coldest 'aoitsvesti- "
oil 7 "Spet ialiin in Homes i 1! LAKE FROST Just finished. frame
r.U In N ,! RED- Bs red Ro kBarre.i and
La:Pr UOB. new conveniences. Drawers mornings McGraw fuel OU Service. : :i C.iurt 5cr4S1. H e O Sral Realtors. 118 bungalow of best material ;
..r ..d rpl tilde on plastic glides silent cflortleas. froand Ret Rock .hut': Your in .- E. : .' -753 COLONIALTOWN "Convenient' construction. Landscaped lot. 100 xl:, asbestos sidino. 2 bedrooms, large

m.i' 1 tlaO. per aallon "7 1- Double wall doors sound dead- thoifc Sl 95 per 100.( assorted, S9 SJrir Beach: : Rentals ,_ &tores Soul and b... This mod- ISO ft Lawn flowers shrubs a ad l Irvine rotun- tile bath dining room.

are 10J W Church _.' coed sad Insulated. Drawers of 1 87. Fcrtilifrs anti Soils t 100 puil.". $1500 PT 100 No ____ __ era 5-room masonry bungalow culllays : fruit Lane living room oak floor. ''' kitrheii. larte screened porch. Elmer
OIL STOVE .-Settee.-x -a-led'rada ) piece. steel rounded corner and for ,ulno:! cr.nples. no Ir horn. EdsCh ATLANTIC "JTMEVTSep; U:: lL1U", .N-A. r'. coi.-.cnifr.t! I .resr screened porch attached Venetian blinds 3 bedrooms with plc- '>' E Jones. Magnolia Farm. Lockhart.
dar COLD SMOKE .kills lo-e
witit : SwathB aulck ,ftll.lae.I I army worms or :. it 5. Manchester X H i 1 CT O -v t-S Oas.wrekotcm. ; -ct t "0 iarac with !laundry room, toilet and tare floors plenty ot terse closet*.
easy '
1. -! ", :'. ntrr. ''
chinch lawn-s theatres
bugs in and helps -t ( bus J Jt '
1 Street. Wlaterjle.rdn. Florida Walter J Wilcox Inc.. Cl XRobla- make -,"'I 't.- 'h.A 1 A S A'- Goor. shiwrr :s ottered completely fur1 ', baths Kitchen fully furnished. LAKE FRONT-In City limit Pl e-
quick comeback be < < bungalow
grass The ; pr \ar
OUTBOARD; Johnson I j son. Founded lI3SHOLadys i i! and sairst lawn treatmen:. aOS> ,43. Apartments for Rent 'I i k. -P '.' h "'reeC,- ,' : ,. ".d ronl ;I\ln room 1 r.ished for only 811300 AUen John- gas stove new Fntldaire metal cabuicts. room frame bungalow furnished
PTS.-$'MOHP : BookhavenDr 6314 Lir"1. in: F.-' a N.w Sm: rna Beach :. C1 -O."II- son. Realtor. 140 N Orante: "12.' hot water heater service porch> ,' A-l condition. large lot. citrus riparian

S:, n Pairba, ksAve Winter 8 __ AMELIA AVE. 28. E.-Two apartments t': ciii a : '11Specializing in Homes attached Price *13,OOO. t&OOO cash. ', rights S69OO with only 81900
Prl '[ Hev..r' FILL and good rich top soil. For full available for 2 months. i.jroom. *" -< ar garace i CITY l.IMrls8outheasI'Snug balance terms .. M. Robesoa. Real cash balance like rent Immediate
i lit.tIe '
j S Stadia model Wurlitarr black oxfords. measure and quick delivery dial "H16QO.C.1t tor1317 Shah -phone82O6 Johnston Henry Broker
PIANO Adults oalyDUPLEX 49. liusincsis Rentals possession
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2OM E Michigan A. been warn. SlIP O-AAAAA. 7O1 ,11- SI t tar Ir \ illaJIU. Real2 '- frame cottage with 2 bedroomsand -
I old"on 2-4053. : rooms r .' '. EAST SIDE An attractive frame.. 6 West vThtrch fit : Ph 654S
I Concord 2-31O9. : 2 and 'a'h'Clo e:Washington Street.t sleeping porch l'z baths. Large -
!. PAINT mtUSerwB Sperlal fori = TOP SOIL -fill. clay sand Rigger in 515 week plus utllitier Couple. WARE1-OSE. SP.t.CE-slmrur aLt ;l..r.r IL-ti. lot WITH shade and shrubbery New five room bungalow snugly fitted hOOWOOD-Ssrialn tn well built

a.. In.51 all brushes BPBIMctUNO. CAN8-Heavy galvanised. loads. For prompt service call Lee. >j *69S btanJEFFERSON icr:, ... CoIl! SVyc ?...k. 41cc Gas stove and refrtserator Included.I tn under the sheltering arm of a t 5-room frame house LarKs screened

jI i M .c anit Nebraska i iF'LYWOOO 10 quart size. SI 85. Knox 2-O793. 205-R Listed at 882SO Want offer. C REmprlc. f fin old oak The house Is a mOd- porch. 2-car garage, fruit tree*.
__ COuRT LC,..._ t.bf.cir
I ; Stores Co ttt Pine Phone 23163. HOTEL 1 and tFRK _
I -.Beaut if MUy trained and i VIGORO- "mp-pl! nt f-for 2-room i .' .. Realtor. MO N. Orange. wn. roomy ranCh type with oak mostly furnuhed On bus line S390O
: i3nhardwood
I :E matched ceda' for areatrw :j i TOOLSeaas:: planes: let ris.aquarr. ,; yard tardcn or Homers SI and up apartments available. SumJ5errate 59. Wanted to Rent -5- r'-s.-ucoa:: nicely Sloors.furnished pres Z248 floors A bargain at *10.SOO Call Sammie Francisco. Realtor. Rao. 4.

l Also chrame Mills and Nebraska. |' wire minute mopa. Just received 222 2-3163. I i LAKE VIEW-Efficiency. in private APT OR HOUSE Ref.ned tn..lsls.! C: n >-'-"I 810.800 Term 'CTTT LIMITS-A large 21torJIn Pheoe_2-083S the North tide of

POSTS- Real heart pine and basal W Central Hardware. Ph 22317T i home for settled refined middte- ano CPUD:> no iht-dren res or \'x-\ '. _, '- i7ea-ors.! 4 Washi>onJLOAL 4-bedroom hone with EAPTmE--A neat and homey lit- one of Orlando s most beautiful

ft iO-JiACIIriiK- seed lady. No pcu. Ph. 536 from port'eB ettrr.ierenr S Pert.tneiCa ,.... larce living ready for imt 1 lakes Concrete block. 3-bedroom
xpreas Standard site Swc. SS. Plants Mowers and ge-edaj! until 12 1 I'd room dining room. brvsk-: tie five room house
I .ira larte 7$4. Ph. Winter Park dryer Used 3 months perfect conj j a re. or 5 to 0 p.m. !! M L. 11.I1tl.. ext 5 sIte .l -s. j test nook kitchen and bath 200 ft t mediate liviatlttmt un in a nice bungalow Tile bath and tile floors

.. dttton Csil2lS Green.Oioee. FUNERAL DESIGNS specialty. Cut MONTANA AYE 7ZO ikdn lII. 43O_ P 31APARTMENT_ ; ",.1 ;,'::, .shert bungalow Neat breexea 2-bed-- from a aood lake This home on a high dry lot Pricet2SO wIth 8200O throughout Electric kitchen and) a

TOOLS-Mechanic a-"-PlM Rollaway flowers corsages and weddings i kitchen kitchenette, screened porch.U".I. OR HOUSE-Fu-nish -<. ".. e '. a-Ihe Reauced lot approximately 150x225 ft Plent down t Call 0 Harra-Moore. Realtor floor fa maces Price furnlahed. If

PIUUNIWAYIDei stand SO-. off. Phone 2-8434 Petty Jo ? Gardens. 2313 N. Orann .. linens heat furnished. S7O 2 bedrooms Permanent. Win si-..nleare ,I' :" :n. i c..sn Harry Heath.to of shade and with a little interior IQO_E Pine __Phone_0836__ 825.0OO. H cash. Phone A T ''Busi -

t&n 1221 Oreenwood Ave or Phone --1727 5 month L.mit S75 ctuldrer. 6 aaYt.arv ":"',.er i'c.' Vogue Theater Colonial- neroratine ran be m very beautiful EASTSIDE-Close In. Convenient (G'' i ter Caner. 951 Jamerson and Carter -
OScEOLA 8 betaeen 1O and 6 and spacious home. Owner Realtor? 12 S Ruin
ST. 413IiIod..ra furfished Ph5858 > mustSell (
low.- anH 2 bedrOORlV
rlamlngo bat.
TABLE DropleaT HIBISCtSDouble ti.ha.ula. BAe ft
PAINT 85 so gal outside far rosewood; 2astrling > : _
paint -- -
so s-ga) roof coating. 81M i walnut chairs cane hot- and othtrs Ulr-nridte Way and 5 rooms and ..... $1$. A>ARTMENT'oa KOrSE -- J Jr : h quickly and will also Include a hy inroom.dinin.. room kitchen
{ lakefront lot. 5Oxl6S It. that
"-, rf PainWire 7" Orante toaas 7O1 E Concord 2-216O East_ Winter Park Rd room garage apartment. cewly bedrooms furnished Pcrannen' .'.oI'U.10WX1l10 E Marks. ap- Nicely and completely furnished In- APARTMENTS Here
furnished SS'.O. 2 adults no pet*. I pany. Ph. 2-0661 and B.-t for Mr Si proximately 100 II from this home everything except linens. is the answer to your wish tar aI
eluding ,
riTOL Colts 38 special new 85*I TIE OUT CHAINS -3O ft. tali amzedl MISSIONARY STRAWBERRY .nta Inquire- Apt 4 Baron t.- -.j .ns. rr.us sell his attrack :- Imm-diate possession 81OOOO with ; 75 frontage landscaped I horn on m lake with income. This
r 7940 Complete with snap and swivel from Maryland white root Grown -* : :.'-'.- home 3 bedrooms. termS Contact Harold Volhck with Corner tot. I ( close-in
or see al 111 Sr.u.Price property an one o our
BIStS"n.Avenue 811, Knox stores Co.. 24 E Pine. Phone on new Kround 1.00 per 100. *7 00 WINTER PARK-Paclnt Lake Miaeli. APARTMENT OR HOtiSE--26r-> p., I .15:"; 0n djrlns room. kitoh- J. Daniel Kolar. 20< S. Main. 7811 j Price to sell Owner leevmt T. Carter lakes. >, block from bus and ideally
2-Jlo.t per 1000 at the bed. $8 OO per 1OOO Upper front master bedroom bath rooms. furnished or un:"" sl.u! -.1. L .--T"2 crened porches. $9500 terms Phone A -
located for winter local
PtS4Pii: CHITS -Portable and and Anting room. One or two oursons.asaulable ..rm.nenpart Please ca.1 \. :'- SatO Jamerson and Caner Realtors guests or
.. chipped J A Wlh'.e. P. O. Box 233 ) a' oO.? aistance to stores -
balh--.nd SBCTlbN | residents who
TILE D COLONIAL rerii wsot a furnished
-0"' ,"- farm and .. Florida roar kitrhra rustproof Lon".ond. Fla to No. 25tl1. Winter Park Esitow at 2-<'lIfil Jr Lye is. 1:1: mahoganv and only Near 12 S "''. ;
Pipe ASupply C. 63* W Ch.rcniiaj aluminum Per mat lie; free -__ 'J 397R. S ,' c.vOwner Creek School frame bungalow. : lot. 3- apartment. There ere 3 apartment
HI 18 estimates Central Florida Sa:.-,. 1217 MISSIONARY STRAWBKRRY plan APARTMENT OR--H01'5S-.. s 1 will s--ll furor Price 84200; 82600 cash balance *40 'EAST SIDE-Large corner ,all very nicely furnished also ver
1N Orance Dial M4O cow ready. SI per hundred. C EFFICIENCY APT.ori1I111 couple. Needed immediately. Bos 1.1 : ';. uclurnished at reasonable' per month Julia, Llndberg. Broker. bedroom modern home and 2-car .,; large room with outside entrance

PATCHINO"PLASTEM- finer riocIIC Fred Ward. 133 Phelps Ave. PhSS So children lte6 8 Oaeo-ol. B.st.ri !.1.i :. Mills: 2-0811 garage with I.undrym and 2i!i ,that can be another apartment Ton
ru:.iM rnmpaaad TIRES-'BO-20.-aao- 75O- bedroom apartment A good home
w ) R WII1'-r Park. iW---M R-N-OUpn Bedroom. i I Ikitchenette PART EN'l-- iO"m-kj', heHC'! ; hare venetiaa blinds and hardwood
p.'a. K. All : :"r COLONIALTOWN SECTIOOLonllrrurnlshf'CI '
Sm"h Ca. Army rarplus. IB good Cv--j' IALJOWN with nice Income Well built. sJO.Orjpwith .
I 0 -: bath 1 Custom bull-new floors throughout Attached garage
PETUNIA private : beauty and bath Unfurnished Close in
cemditlma. Snapdragon Aralcaplant home pavement with Huckel-
Railroad Acme Tire Ca. 123 W on near terms Exclusive
I Chare Dial 2-4115. now ready good slronff rest mattress. Wise's. Cheney Hith- Northeast section Cloje to bus ::r.<-. etc oc.-n :trnished or utifurnisb- bus Nice shade trees. 2 bedrooms. Realtors 118 E Robinson 1 1dial Plenty of shade. Bit lot with approxIroa'.ely -
-it ta. :.oo tie bath. I2O ft from house tin
I ..in5S way middlcaged la !-. Rci To to
PASI plants by < renccs .
e.- Crotons. others East Colonial! sleepiBt porch New furniture. AH
: T-SCATS White enamel. -,) :n tev deal wih 2-3753. lake In this nice
e owner. 1626 yard is a barbeaue
". lr NEW Limit. S7O. Ph 8065
IU to Prro Creek north Canton LAKKV1EW lame-loomed that heart could wlah
chrome to St.. Duplex S_-i v-si, .. for 89900 an- block
NebraskaPOSTS hlaces. SAM Konx Stores Vrnon Avenue FORMOSA AVE 2-bedroom j pit. picnic table and dock onto the
eaM to Nursery two blocks.! Harper's unfurnished Two bedroom : APAllTMENTANfED p Pern'sr.cn.,;; furnished. SIO.MM furnished. For .
Co 15 B.JPiliePhone J-3163. fGi ., house. Large 1I.lnKm. lanekitchen S lake This property brines m food
fence, ertwwet. 'P n. .t. Nurserr tile bath and kitchen: gas range and I employed cquple no cLidr.r.; n > Lf- *'ARKIxdroozaiiil other good buys. C U Taylor. BrCr. *-- j
3-lnrh bant IIS 4 TRAILER All steel I..... Like __ floor furnace hardwood f. -tin" r.-r.c coninleleiy furnished. with dinette and automatichot Income and U priced at 816 SOO with
1 STRAWBERRY ; floors. Venetian pets1 bedroom Write P O Bo\ 2SIC N. Orante: 5644. '
I. .a plants, certified Pd bedrooms
la water heater. 2 .ood- $50OO down Contact Harold VollickI
inch bwtt. tn new tlOO 1321 36'h StI blinds. Park Lake section 3765APT. .1.pIned to sell this wee !
.. C Wb -'_ I Ml&sionam and Blakemores. 45O combination tub with J, Daniel 8.
508. Adults. .c. a07w Piinctton., I I bath with j Kolar 2M Mali
Pa' Un.,C. I I I VXNETIAM BLINDS-The best oust tlOO. Inquire 018 East Colonial =Employed"Couple '
per thousand. Ready Oct. .. Tarn ; no petsAbont i and shower. tsrge 56 500 A C. 7811.
PORTABLE IC-Cimrrs -Thermae aw more at Adams. 010 W. Central., Rams.!. Harrison._Tenn. ; <40 per mouth. Call 4161 ColtS: -Y :ECTIONf': room I COLLEGE PARE- i Golden. Broker. 1121 N Orlando Ave ,
; __ ( .
Orlando Ph 0550. : \"e; bIJn..loT. 2
lua art Smyth Hm, APARTMENT i--s. screene d
1. SHRUBBERY Larse selection to Furnished. extension 21. : i ner M.ltind underpass Winter ;LAKE BEAUTY
wr Co I O.n.. and Railroad VINK1liHBLL. -Alumlnom stock beautiful your home. Musselwhite {I Adults *10 per week. Mrs D A 'I! APLRTMENTUnfurnishcd.facilities kr.chen P".W- as a pin. nicely fur- ; 1. Near Stores' Masonry 3-bedroom i i Park Open> Sunday i looking for SECTION modern -2-bedroon It yom are
:I' stiioul
f ,, hUnda. 27" throuth M" widths. < Nurorrirs. liE Princeton McClfllan. 2322 E. Jefferson St. i' have 18 old: and stores and i bungalow with breakfast room 3 bedroom : 1! house
P IM.r"r' a.-It 1 ; one mo. us.. mieyou can enjoy fishing 'GRAND AVE 1&18-Well built -Can u< to see this on*.
J7c per s* ft. at factory. Orlando Orlando. Florida. larte screened porch and 1-car c.I .-
i-Slid. pprmal.nt. Call Canals. can front porch tai Kitchen has tli drain and floor.
CLOSING OUT PRICES-On all nur-i a: i o :un.: < A perfect place to i house. Large *
rate 10.SOO.
Oranve Ave Wlater. Venetian BUad Mfc. Ca. I73O APARTMENT I !
I I I Ave Kufel' aery stock Many rare varieties ; OiIWIUI J. HoteL .-.r a: a real b.i.iain at 86OOOI' i! rage. 15 bearint citrus trees. aU rity Gas floor furnace double garage Excellent
PIANO- Pine BeUak upright ma1'hoeany 1 plants I orifi.tal sh.ubs. shade trees. i iIr. |I m..'.. private home large ground AFrORoUSBFurn1S d. z-b.;. i :T.' Call Mr Brown with 2. Near SchooP Attractive ;_ 'conveniences. $475O. some terms. See | term Price 892OO. furnished

fin tea*. D. VACUUM' CLAANRRS "Hoover" .:, tree? Dtrri.mtis -Ovledo hish- very convenieat; 2 ladies or couple. < rooms. Adults. permanen1. no pels. ; ..rsir.aion.. Metcalf Bide frame bungalow that wt* built white hi i 'owner on premises oryour_ broker__ Courtney Realty. 32 K. Oraa,.

Apopka Florida "" I j I Model 2O triple action. OC9 M. may 426 to Lakemont Ave. Lake Berry Phone 4196 best care guaranteed Local: reler- i I !I p p.TtvE '41 3 bedrooms. screened porches ,i' 'GRAND AVE SCHOOL SECTION .2-2471 _ _ _

POWER !i' Bumby Hoover Hardware Sales and Swrlce.: Joseph lI..r..r i. MS S. Lakemoat. Waiter ONE"'IIEDROOM -.b.I bath' ences Urgent Box 158.S-S'ar <,, .. t'\RK--Ca :>e Cod cottiee attached tarate. Lane lot. 812.000 i 4 room modern cottage 2 screened I Iporrhe LAKEFRONT This toveiy home

a soda IWa.w Co.. 102 W._Church_ J Park __ Everything furnished Four Palms. BEDROOMA"or h'U5Cfurn"ll.d.. u: .v 'jf ; o 'f11' Jivlni: room. dmi i I 12 citrus tree On bus line with 85 ft lake frontage en beau

See at Pt. lard Service Station corner VACUUM SWEEPER-Premier. re- DOUBLE HIBISCUS -- Gardenias.7aleas. 6010] .Chepev Has for permanent 1000al busmntisman S... it 1,11 ic.ct.'ici: :. batti with tile ,; We have other 3-bedroom hornet
CohsmMa ....1 Blvd raiSing bru>h. excellent condition various plan's Oaks Nursry. SPARKLING CLEAN -Newly decorated. and famUy Call 6550. ask for JaccPoffenbarter .. >.>t- 'iuors throughout large haled with down payments start-I S. Westmoreland. completely furnIshed Has 4 spsriou -

B044 Oil E HobmsoTi ___ < 3 blocks south off E. Colonial on 2 room apt complete house -i. : tin n .st-c and gas floor e.Ing at U.O. which we are pleased j HOLDEN""HEIGHTS-New tunue 1223 t j bedrooms. 2 baths with tile

PAINT 8AY OUr= -vahie VENETIAN BLINDS manufactured at; Hillside keepin _DoWntown 431 E Church COTTAGE OR Dup :ix- -*4"-ns'nv.th C.. ,-.. H.;-'U-l' On. Prewar built to show. 25th Street 2 bedroom Phone I!i floury Elite size livmt room aad
'-I c>: -ii" better ; fireplace Modem kitchen hardwood
for m Kuhl nomcs. Corner lot -
$ AraaM See us about Best- HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT 2 .r and dauihter Rctnetm'rs- |\ owner. 2-1845 _ _ j
.KI l.iuuoenr Allen .J01III floors. 2-car dock, nicely
Paint Store 4O7 8 Oraaae Alum basiwood or ceoar blinds Far- : Ijvpslitk and bunpliesrtKIULE > ar.u stately pines 1-t Realtor. 143 N Israse.
adults. b 18O3 8. Bumby. cent Nochdmcn: lbs 1'1"S'a" 226 This pacl-
Pii IsndvtPtd
I I tory price or installed Call BOSS Orlando a.a-t. t-ili.OOV oo, Belles Orante. Ph. 8612. SpecialUUu tn yard Cannot be dwiU-
PLYWOOD> W...f..a Venetian Blind Mf.. Co ANt BITS All frs"" : Also COTTAGE = small: tltao. untu'- : Co. 25 W. Washington. out and well built brick home Is In rated at tile price S19.9W BUM Real
In .-ln 4il6 46. Houses for Rent 1' ,: condition and t* suitable for
.31. Spurs 1940 Miller Ave Winter nished. Garage Couple. cmpVyed. .JC perfect { ,Estate. 30 E. Church. 8438. Opeo
Pine Castle I WASHING MACHINE aor--: S-Star Sex 164 POBox 424 : i private residence for a family ef ; "
Ct luxe Park between: Clay and Fo Cphon. Telephone nearS
i 9514i COTTAGE Furnished Income produeint property -
Sleeps 5eiectr.cuty. means or as
CARTER HOt.'f'Eb"51:J 3 bed ->c! a: d shoppm
BULL SER'ICEe also : Good buy. l -Here is your .
i WOOD -M.tA1 Live here ui.til Nov. 1 p- It has 5 bedroom suit parlor.
lathTsteeriex ;
: haul cows. Dial 116 ask for 32R12 for S50 Inquire 1859 Oglesby Ave rooms. Must be in good lotatier .-::. Ito ..,'"n Realtor.2432.. !j jC port unity. Owner must leave and :'', Ilvlne room tile baths dinlnt room 1
P"" WILLS. WATIR 8fT< plaster* material Smyth Lumber between 8amand8 and nell furnished No rh-lcren or : -One- i says get best offer 1-year-old LAKE DOT SECTION- 1I Putnam
dawn .. 'Co N Orange and Railroad. Ii m. Winter Park w-E 1:'- of the best homes In : maoosI ,, j breakfast room and kitchen Steam
r. pets Will lease f orycora nil i>/' : r ry buntalow. 5 ''I
itO 185""i"icad. ortanuoiiu' is fered: attractive reams. apartment
DAIRY H a 6O'. cfo ]heated throuthout. -room
4133 W\I Oakley. .1 WATD- WELLS'and Irrigation s..p- mixed Jersey-Guernseys- Wholesale HoMeins. ,GRAND AVE 1321 -Large 2 room $1200 !In advance. Best ol Xl:-r<< <-- to bLu! p, rf..c\ condition and i spacious kitchen. large screened rear ,over 3-car tarate Lot 100x202. with ,I (Open house Sunday 2 to 8 p m.i .
i eott' Aduls. Holden Hen.hubis '
Oal.D plies pipe pumps engines Florida Ph2-O672 v( a .LT. ( 3. living porch. attached Usage with
milk at tup p rices. Modern dairy c ;er-n Roper Eealty.c' 20 citrus trees If interested call C.
Pipe A- Supply Co.. 630 W. Church; farm for lease if desired. R. M Yelvmtton. | HOUSE=By -la, local b"-s-< .- : arta.n .-1433C i laundry room and 'i bath with showj j R Emeriek Realtor. 610 N. Orange: i j I We Invite yon to Inspect this jn
PAINT U". -A dial tilt I LAKE FRONT= Secluded.'for f er. Brine sold with *U turni- but neat and clean furnished bntii -
Refuse nan and family. Br t of tareS new '
.1 Star Route 1. DeLand. ( l. : 7348
.u No. i.- : P\F-K OPll dr .
_ | ,
pure .tI xoc "A-MACHINII-a. diS--8160 Fig Ph 15113WHORSIBndie quiet people t rooms bath. terrace. ...r.nlPt'd. Call Jack Ito'tel: be-ore i .* tii>- .ioors. close to bus ture. Its a bargain. Weir System ___ i talow Owner besides for the Kortb

Stares I Plae .1-31C3. Hot Point electric ato... 8130 __ Gas. electricity fishint. swim- at 2-O27IJ. and after 5 at 2-454 in' .-.., 628 a PIne. 4M1. in i Price $6800Courtney
ie.ocrilon 88500 $3000lm HOLDEN HtlGHTS Close In and
and saddle. 8125 Cot- -
Realty. 393 North Oritt
PAfNT Pint ..1". "Wataaav Phone 2-8434 or 7223 __ ner of 29th and Rio Orande. B. L. mUll (6O month lease preferred HOUSE OR APT. Couple s an:' J to .. t. salJ( "iiswthJ.M. ooPLixroom close in. Good favorable location for drainage and Ave,. 2-2471.

Slaadard rah. haase aalBt Howard Brooks. Madison Ave. lApopka bus 5 rooms furnished or unfurnished S M-I.I' phony tJ97 t i iCVLJUS Income Rev Cherry 445a W. ,, ;neighbors 5 rooms bath ample eloaj.j
Kaef 8.o. 55 PUkt Phesn WINDOWS See for line. 1 mile past Dubsdread on leftS Phone 2-2343 ,) Church St Room 12 and
0. J us outlay ,5I LAKE par -6-room frame ,et space two screened porehe |
JJiajPIAN08 HORSE -- Bridle and saddle. Part of Old Apopka Road. Call before 10 J
I hra' made casement and doable .. UOtyBE-Zur3bedroOms. turn .hr.1 :-,".a:<.. and ba'h. 3 bedrooms. DnANrY 8T .-li .31room.Z- 75 foot lot This is a brand new 1|
Morgan ,tie. ideal for child. a or after lp
i ten m. LAKE FRONT HOMB Cement brickS
Smart stvlint w ... Phillip Industries. I :: or unfurnished. Responsible joa-i i i-ir o---etnra porch 16 rutl"P! car garage: Insulated. copper frame house numerous electric oat- ,, -
tone "D'ibl. prire, The .. MKhltaa Ave. and Railroad. Ph. niJCarltc.nDr _ 'WINTER PARK---U53-S--Or..e professional man and family. Permanent S .. P.$4750.: and really worth, plumbing ruts. Venetian blinds in- !let*, all copper screening. Exterior Uasbeotos bungalow. 120 ft on ale sand bo -

Co lt .11 r..t_ i 31225.WOOL. j OGS TW'ocorn fed. Baby beef. Al- 5 room furnished home US _lb. Ph. S521. 1'. ,,-.h'.m with J. P. Mattox.U Ciuded Fruit and shade Owner. : shingles over solid diagonal ,, tern lake. 3 miteS from downtown

.. "125 with I pine milking toat. Four Palms. :, 1-BEDROOM COTTAGE" Furnished.. ; N MasIS 59. DUPLEX Park'Z" sheathing with bulldina felt between Good swtmmtnt. fishing and boating
Terms If desired Joseph _. T8Uor; 6010 Cheney Highway. HOUSE--Furnished Wanted by < j jLiATRAL -College bedroomseach Venetian blinds Elective water heater House only 2 year ohf. FIT lovely
South of
MasnoliarVRCX side Lake Conway. Dork tor and family. Best of care guarai.teed AXE -E y-o. ran move unit nicely furnished. 812.SOO. r rooms and bath Attached tarage.
S landa Furniture Company, 141 and i HIGHEST PRICES paid for cattle. and good beach S40 per month :i I Phone 2-243fi r.<'" tn'n",, lovely home Nicely I Nunez w ill Herman Goodwin. Inc.. Price $7 350 McNutt-Heasley. !I laundry tub Green' fuel gas A

WARE-itwad aelertloai .rn 619 West-Cbur.-II Street !, boa and veaL Dial 116 and ask I Wrlte Box 175._8- tAr BOVSE-2_ -moebedritomsT Local .' ,-" i-t r.vr itree rooms tile bath 677 N Orange Ave 9855 ;, Realtors. IS W. Washington St. i lovely borne and a food buy. Oat

.In. ayret aare Always a useful WHEEL BARROWS-Rubber tired. I' for 1909 J-2.- 1321JtiTH ST-New.: Ushi-d- 3- businessman ODd family. Desire O.. : 't' at L srser.rner lot 1 car .DELANEY ST. SECTION=New tile. 3'; tlO.OOO Terms can be arranfad Net

ata.* aa .Plr..I. elft metal mortar wheel barrow. Bumbv MILK OOAT-Sanan and Alpine: 4- : room tourist cottate t2S per week. lea. Ph 7841. S Tr -2'r: bml Worth our price bedrooms. extra lane closets tile HOSPITAL SECTION-New 2-bed- ,' Mr Stewart with Harold Shepherd

Kn x Store. C. 2 I P Hardware. 102 West Church 5%. 1 quart when fresh. Corner of Clark -7-ROoaia iro house-aniurI ..1 S' f;011 leims can be arr.ne..dS floors tile bath lifetime construction room frame home tile bath oak Realty) Co. 20 E. Washington 8*.
1.111 I i HOUSE OR bedrooms P- r- S9OOO with
floors 1'a car garage
and Peel t mica F B a..- Realty Co. 10 E. throughout Phone 5124
WICKS for I Large corner
most all popular oil heaters flirted on Chenc'T H "hway. $35 mascot business maosndast. only 83OOO rash required Ross Kay _
PI-&NoSt.-So. uoelaied before b. VBUNBVCK- .nri.1s t. .i: AsC pn .-31"S i lot This U tops at SI2. OO. terms.
:1- and rook stove Knox Stores I[ month Ph 1315-.. Winter Park adults no children Vicinrv C-m- Anderson. Broker. 375 N. Orange
"S a ..We taaraatee ta Co 25 B PUs Phone 2-3163 tercd. Also coats for sale Lockhart :;, Rd. and Crystal Lake Dr. Call COi UL'EP. : RK-Attr. t1\e rtuecob. I Lo-en Dunn Broker C N. Bro.. dIal 6523 ', LAKE CONWAT-2-bedrooro banga-

tae larsest trade In v>. 'o voat,I WASHING- Kennels -kh.rt. Florida '' way : .. ..10"Ie roof. oak floorsFrrra.s. I J; 2-126tJ. _._ low. furnlahed. Recently refieco-
preaeot MACHINE Bendix; ajvartment Pl'RNISHED HOME-S room bunca- 9117 !!'
i HILljCREST SCHOOL. 2 blockSIce.
'D,".pl Hpseet* '' Lv n. room. dn1n. room. i DELANEY rated Large lot. 142 It on lake By
from I.. U. deUvert ', site Hotnolnt electric range: RABBITS .Due to loa with 3 bedrooms all c4ectrtc HOUSE ORAPTCoupl""hl r tr- h, ailast ;' -Mutt be soldVatant masonry bancalow 2 laces bedrooms 429
room .screened approximately ft. deep. Large
Frame. 2 bedrooms
Assorlated Rtarea. N. 01.... ,,, living room and bedroom furniture. log market. 4 pound live wewht Roomy ground Quiet neishborhood. I: child. age 1 yr. Orlando family ::, ir ;" >r. h. .' bedrooms and bath large screened attached masonry garage venetian I j I tat trees beautiful sinS beach. tea
Ave See at 432 Avalon Blvdor call 61O3 fryers needed. Florida Rabbit Producers 150. Year leases porch garage 9 citrus
Phaae P. O. Box 1692. j jI \
fan Included
C3OQPPMP ) Ca 2-2827 : bSlSt 3-ro'm blinds and attic
__ Exposition coltsee braDe- trees SfilV FID.ncl.D be ar- wail. dork covered boathouse mod
WASHER Easy elKlrllah... Cup Coop Livestock ROUSE-Local business man > !h-U :u'7 it,) iie'r tn'unin Price SllOOO ranxed. Hampton. Broker. 931 N. 'A lovely home in an Ideal location boat. S14.50O. terms W. B. RWliei-

rv_. a-sheet capacity Good condition Grounds on 411 Deliver or Wednrs-have I CLOSE IN-Furnished. P roams- modern ate 3: expecting baby soon un "!. > :f. --rmj See Geo F. Brass Realty ; Orange: 5013. ]Price on.v $9.500 J P Mattox. Broker son. Realtor. 14 S Main: 2-1059.
shipments Tuesday or
n *-AH tn' of Demtat ..Urtvitems very reasonable H Clyde day R. arrive home; 3 bedrooms. 1'. baths i Call 6840 or Winter Part 1MX_ C., _115 E -ntralAve. Ph 2-31i5. i, DELANEY SECTION 14i NMam_ : 58O9

r.a sad .e Na B>er> 206 E Smith near Oranae LHenslee.jnar.ater.-TO'BUY-"UII- Yearl basis. $: month. For sea- HO SE--Refined msddle-agrd permanent OLLEisi. PARK O rooms and oathT j| live masonry bunt alow most of attrae-recent IVANHOE SECTION-Truly a well- 1: LAKE IVANHOE SECTION-On beau

e dewa payment 30 mnaths Xi- WATER HEATER- Kerosene. Practl- WANTED on. *2 000 Ph 24074SMALL'FURNISHED business couple. Unlurni ;' "'"llLar-. 'r. n-d porch. ccnrtructmn. S spacious rooms. 6 built and conveolent'y arranged tiful street close to school and bus

h pert service Farm A- Home 1.d rails new Call 7497 veal and hot. Best price ..W. Call HOUSE-z-oed- hed or partly furnished. No chil -.!'.':-- u .-l!I la.-scaped Psrdilsrrci late d.,.. 2 porches very Urge home Large living room, picture S-bedroorn home completely and nicely -

cry C. 4 JO W Roles.... WASHING MACBlJfCa-Standard 2-4838 __ rooms. bath breakfast privileges: dr..n-' *. Take excellent care property Location ."hI. Priced to sell modern kitchen oak floors throuzn- window, fireplace basement with oil furnished Price $13. SO Phone

n and spinner type far immediate TWO 5 YR OLD Palamino teldinss. sutisble for 3 business girls Close Lease Ph. 4933. n $.00. good lems Jim M CaliaweilnIh cut. 1-rar garage on rear of land- burning furaate. register in each A T Buster" Carter. Ml Jtmeron -

delivery Orlando Appliance Ca 210N Gentle for women. 1 walking 'n near lake pleasant surroundings fir.lOo r.rr ; Amber Peter. Realtor. 12 a staped lot Being offered with all 1 room 2 bedrooms and nice sleeping and Carter. Realtor 12 S. Main.

"electric deep aad ahaUew jOrange Ave. Phone 4537WAIBjf horse. 1 worUnz mule Other zenl-: rteieren.-w $J> 1rek _Phonf' 4565. ROOM-Reasonable. 201 W Main78| '. ne* lurnishlngs for short time at porch good 2-car garage. See Everett LAKE FRONTAGE Swbortan. IS

y payments aathiae dora HEATtRS-"-*,. 30 taLcapacity riding horses. 1310 W. list St. ar SEASON\BLE RENTALS -- "We have Central room Mrs. L. E. )17s. cm-RoKEE PARK- Y2"Si r. !j only 811 OOO with tood terms. Weird Wells with Root. L. Pryde. Real- minutes dm Z-tterr. concrete

1.1m Sad ai little .5$ per aaaath Bl- Immediate delivery. Or- phone --SM81 .several houses .nl, h can be renttsi DOCTOR hjme. masonry construction 3 S.vsem. 628 E Plae. 4641 _ tor. 668NOrange._ 2596 _ construction. Hardwood floor*, air
.." Well Drllllat-Pasap ftapprewnuer lando Apptta-nce Co. 21O N. Orange 'TE'INESSEI'IatlNOHOR'SE -7 far 'he season Rental' ranging from RETIRID- and wife would 15 ,rooms. tile roof. Lane landacaped I: DELANET SECTION --Completely KALEY AVE II block'-3 bedrooms. i conditioned 2 beautiful bates 4

Oardea Rd 1 mile east a Ave Phone .U'l.1'AnaiRATER8. sears o'd SoIl or trade. Magnolia *750 '0 $:,00 Call 0 Harra-Moore. like nice apartment by Or .- 101 Betaeen 2 lakes and ;j furnished attractive bungalow 2 nice living and dining room lane bedrooms eiertnc kitchen lifetime

Orta ".. Orlando: ahem 70O7. Farm Lockhart, 109 E Pine Phone 2-0836 ; No children or pets. Call Winter !'0f".i on CI'" Park A real YaI..e1M bedrooms sleeping porch ass floor kitchen with practically new eauip- > roof Over 1'. acre land 14O ft.

?yYx-rIiii ware. Florence" ..Dd"hrf.1Ion' WORK- M .RE--Gentle around children 'i Park 95O. _ i 516 - u"r kerosene hot water YO NO-roUPLE wants small unfurnished Son K- altors. 2- bent porch Also unfinished cottage $25 000. term
: 17h cottate.
A Is
sift "" *are. heaters I nn'e' south of Cvrry Ford 4.. Kuonas lur Kent I workshop Owner has moved toI!-
1W W Knox Stores Co 25 E- Pine partially furnished hmtePermanent on rear of lot Well landscaped, fruit Exclusive with Huckel-O'Neat. Realtors
or "comnletelj' I ami and will sacrifice for (8MM Es-
C.rhl'1 Phone -11111 Rd on S Golden Rod Rd. Hansel COLONIAL GARDENS |
Iod __ Sally Stone with C B
CLOSE few residents no children no trees tt-MO 118t. Robinson 1-3753
IN-Lovely airy rooms {-'", -)pd 2 bedrooms breezeway ; clus've with C P Shumwsy. Realtor.

WHEEL BARROWS wood and metal 10. I'ft Stock and Supplies i minutes walk Orange Ave Innerspruagsstnalr.dobIe.631 net' > C.II- _ST69WHOOWA2iTI_ __ 'an b" used a' rl:ra bedroom Price I] 140 N Orange. 2-3282. Davis, Realtor. 41 W. Wasluioston. LAKE FRONT-ISO ft. OB fine lake.
1 trays Alas two wheel metal K Pine. 5809
POwm Chryeer : handy APARTMENT-New SIOJOOh" turns Frank Crebe. DUPLEX lfteoemeawi-4roorna sad Furnished 2-bedroom bungalow
!Ii > Al UNIJ.D tarts Knox Store Co 25 E. Pine BOARD YOUR DOG at Crickets Acre ,, COLONIAL 115 "E Lovely ami i i radio station WHOO nSs a 2 Rj.L107: Meca/f Buildint; boDe171 bath each side 2-car .ar.. corlocatlon. KALEY AVE 10 W -Clean, well buIlt Landscaped lot dock and fruit tree

etin Service a.lon I .W.Phone 2-11C3. ; Kennel. Longwood Fla. A home i j ,1s and double *7. 8 and $12. bedroom apartment or houf for one :- ( __ ncr S2OOO cash ba'ance 1940 2-bedroom home Porte SIC 75O Courtney ReaR,. 392 JJ.

Farm At Ham* MacMayery C..1. l. WATER .seomPlete stock away iron home. Dalmatian Puppies. i) I"r. nprm Clove to trill of Its staff announcers Peimanrn- COl ONIALTOWN-A new completely !!S 865 monthly Ems Real Estate. JO E. eocbere. double tarase Fruit and Oran e 2-2471

for larm ar home Farm Home CANARIES-white male -yellow -female CLOSE IN= it..lts- -Doable rooi '. quiet couple with 2 children t-a furnished blot k bungalow that, i i ijirT j i Church. 8435 Open Sunday shade trees.ByownerKENTUCKY Furnished or unfurnished LAKE FRONT-Attractive bungalow

'lay MarhineryCa 4M W Robinson Ave. Also: ,..5. 1940 Miiltr A." 1[ home privileges Telephone A limit Please fall 9 OO isclin: at a facrliice because I DUPLEX-New and beautifully .- with 2 bedrooms and 2 bath II-

WE KnITIitth.nm next to i Winitr Park between Clay ana Foi- ':, BMnPLACIIai WJecoE r- ,, i"P2APT Middle: azc IS.-:-- -a !amil tompeis owner ta pointed Each apartment has bed- AVE 2-bedroom con Ink room. large kitchen with dinette:

P5155U55 COOKC1W --Pr.sis- and the Poet Office. Maitland. Furniture most i able room lose ta t wn. Telephone couple no children or tic;.' yetrl! .o e:.'*where A real buy at Sll.ttWC'a'.l room living room. ktichen with crete block house. LIving room. 2 tlased-in sun porch faring late
aw clacks. taUanea. bras .. '- lease. reierencesBox 159 S-Star :; O TarrMoore. Realtorj. 109 I bedrooms bath and kitchen with gal laundry room 2-car faaft. Nicely
.1u..U. 4 ..." aase X_ cop- COLLIE PUPS-AKC rei I&triflC seadm 232OJCONCORD bres.iU.sr nook. and bath Equipped
'e.Itn.- 2-313: per. electric and auta parts many !' WANTED .1uhedrooms bath. Pot Phone 20936COLONIAL7OWN with ft s'er electric rente ..frls.lor ..- steve automatic hot water landscaped yard. At edie of Qty
I p ether llema. aww and used blood Itn. sable and a AU2W =Pleasant: I II and all metal drainboards on Limits, near school and bus. Completely
POOLTMY WIBE -dalvaalted 1. 1 ; tn. Wisp Hid Kennel Box 252-B. i; light honsexeeD-.ns. waikin- distance N.w 2bedroomham : water heater and Venetian blinds
twin or double. Inner sprint. lake 1 1i II sink Screened front porch and ati furnished at $14 00000 Better
It ass 4 n 1-inch meab 4 S aol o Forest City ad.s.. mile from old' I I vie- semi-private porch.INLaise.cocneratbath. |!I of business center preferred bat tiic; bath central heat. oak Excellent returns on Investment. Im-i .ached garage Price. $72OO. A C I IGolden. Investment Co.. 2* West Wsiainiten.
I Ill.| $37ar.Us.dus Apopka Rithwat'CQCK.ERPPAZ4WL i' : not essential. Yearly lease not to exceed Coo3<:', fled porch Lot 08 ft. meotate possession Call Georgia von Broker. 1121 N Orlando Are I Phone OS13'I
I : I I,
: 840 month. by profes?!o".a: Schiller Realtor. 71B6
.Ia. C. M E. Pine raw** PUPPIES-Reti; per frootae Nearing fruit trees 10. Maitland underpass'. Winter
a-3ia3 I also small room Prefer business I 1: man and wife WIttiest references fur- near ,
I I K)0. Aim Goodwin with Hermes DELANET 'Sectien-We Have that 1
S34 Fair villa-
> tered pedisrccd Box Sunaar
b Pars Open
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Hotel _
3J2 E South SICAssiLBLRRY Lake Eola
party. nished. M J Howr. .
> Goodwin lr.o. Broke. 677 N Orange.9&i5 3-brdroom home with 2 baths
ftAftOwftElectric i Rd. 1 miles northof
me sad aaawel t* please htate. I j incinerator 'i! Azalea Lodge RECENTLY"entered business tn- Winter __ __ Ja___ that you have been looking for All I and bath Masonry construcI -
Pe Fos DO..IUn D i Plan Hotel hanta 'I fur -shed i, large Very larte cedar rooms
Ive wlU .' American riding Park N-ed 1-bedroom COLCNLALTOWN SECTION brand rooms are
yaw i DOGS BOARDED stripped:clipped I 'ion 30 minu-.e but rvice. Mast I TOte house yau base been wantIng.
| ftsbinc. hunting in Winter Prefer Winier lined closets Larte screened front
befare r season. home for family
mv well built 3bedrooa
to .. Orlando *ale new exceptionally -
Cimtlrti Mtsiaiai and bathed. Ruble Saall Animal : sell 1 w N W Bumby and Michigan I jew masonry j-oearoom bungalow
aaa N. Otaata Ave. .u_ electric :I Park V174-W._ _ Park vicimtv but will consider Or- hone .,'h eautlful oak floors. porch Large lot. Beautiful shade
i tn
"0' Hospital. IbOO S Orange 4848. Complete M 550 I one of Orlando's finest resIdential
j i
raataa j jKALEY
$ ;
naawt. new tad 5usdetrSgs.aalu5 Lovely _
trees. room arrangementd
: i CATHCART ST. 415-Room withS ,,, 'lando and vicinity This is a leer.osato f-ii .lied; bath. Hrpplace. areenedfrOlI I j section Modern hi
I aawd hw tabs- cabinet t i iBMskt. DALMATIAN at stud. Ch. Junior twin beds: adjoining bath; outdoor ad from business, man sees'n- purch. v._.an bUnds. | )> I Cannot be duplicated at price offered "SCHOOL SECTION Nice i!I Gordon-B- Real Estate every 340 rerpeet-N. Or-

afU'QPI.A flasrwa tonka sans ttaks. new t Klcel of Stock-DL Crickets Acre 1 entrance. S window Preferably men. home for h-raur'; and family Iirmediae and '|t'yBumi happiness aDd cantat.itr5t i See Get F. Brass Realty: Co. 19 Eit clean 2-bedroom frame bungalow. 514S
Ira' and aaadl dtuMtaard atnkt And) fixtures Ketutel P O- Box 93. LoIac"oad. Fja and .-""&I stt-n'ion t" .1' l.ere. Price $13 SOO with Cer.trsl Ave Ph 2-3155 tarate. Vacant Near bus. school ante;
at po 11 ax.,._ St .' DOGS--AND-CATS i-dj-pu', .. CLOSE IN-Desirable roam Near replies Bf:t -rferences Will;: tatwe terms. C R Emeriek. Real- DELANEY SCTlOS..i.tf..i1T and stores. Fruit trees. Quiet sec- >

RADIOIJaai OIN..I .. .. pies sold on commission Boarding: Onus and shopping. Apply today 'a-.s'.dfr: year's least Box 181 S- 'or tIll v Orange7348.. i tullt masonry bungalow with 3 fuUsbe tion $1400 rash balance monthly.
ttoa ,. aa ale Ph 1-72.13 112 Amerleaa Skl&i Sapatv and Ap- Kennels. :21S. Bumby Ph. 3787. .:it9: East Am..Ua 8s' Aft |I bedroom on 100 ft. lot. Hard- Ask for H-11TT. Harold T. Condlct. LAKE JESSAMINE-Furnished, 3-

'ata' Oeltvlew Ave Shapes OB aa. W. WataiMtaa et. ;, CHUiUST.oear = COLONIALTOWN-141l Tlltna4 h' ;i wood noors. tile bath draiaboardsjr. Realtor. 37 E. Central; 8137. ; bedroom bungalow tacit the lake.
Wllh-babv. ,
i DOG FOOD-Kribble* and X-cel. doc !; PERMANENT ICOUPLE; New block house S rooms. Price only S8OOOOO Series Investment
ROLL ROOtntO ..Thlrk batt Balld. I' j I remedies and supplies. Orlando ,I bath one with private entrance i desire furnished act not to exceed Lot .t:eat '" street Attached jr. breakfast bar Screened porch i KALEY SECTION Completely furnished Co. 25 W Washington. Phone
., .r'. paper brick .ldlB raaf eaalUa j Reasonable. Gentleman preferred. extra well built 2-car tarate. with I II 2-bedroom home Noree
I X-cel Store Dial <->Z. tso per month Will consider; conn- rarest.d !surcirv room. Owner $513.
TJ Wvraoll a.. 214 KaMPlrvtl. i CLOSE IN-2O6 Hillcrest Avenue.Rooms IT-T place Box 1S S-Star. >, 2-1698 I flat roof to build apartment on later kitchen equipment. Modern In every ___________________
wIth meals. Adjoining cr i ----- j 0.ncr leaving muM sacrifice Price respect. 7.OOO. term Mr. Mowrey NORTHWEST-One a( ear meal attractS -
tBHATOM Ptiil. e lale*( mad ray at stud the to top Cockers at '. j S16.8OQ Sammie Franclve. Realtor. email borne much above
private baths available. with Kin Res Estate. 30 Church *
*..5 i. alau. .. o ._. See at MI rrzts-uya 0 aulr* of InditingpSdwa..ss Daytona how Beaus Joe of Feather- CLOSfTlN= coufortible 51. Units'** for Sat. ,, F.m 4. Crn'ral Arcade. 7407 1I i iDCBaDREAD 8435. "Open Sunesy" the usual trade constraattoav Five
tAl.es Oiutrb Street atockinc. black Best in show Large, new- < I cssSt1lr-: I '"
j an a Whunxr bit OoUO rooms and sun porch fine kitchen
.8 SKCTION-C'ompietily.
uben-p.SBu ly decorated bedroom private bath i AIRBASE SECTION-New frame. 9 | LAKE IVAJJHOE_ block north. J-
Jim's San. I ,
.. O'Featherstockint.
muwa Single nice galpmeBt. FurnIshings she
I ew a taltoei af ta* I 'i I'
'l stucco.I
I : 150. furnished house block
Lot. SOli
bath new :
'\ lea r 1 Best of winners Fee 'I and entrance Jh2. 45. bedrooms nice Hew block bedroom new masonry home on
tora tree* red. red Mead. M nmancr i thriftiest power transaorta C25. Poppies com. i feaacalew on ODCIi above trade PrIced complete. 12.
A.J alai* Shad ala ran rawfsa aH catan turn Whisper Motor Sales. 603 available S3S Mr*. R. H. Stafford HYiRSTREETI16N..=Near Lake- 'I IEola. Owner leaving 84150 Hlnton. Real- ,,i i half steMed shaded property. 2 ; 2 bedrooms Large lot. S85OO. tood lovely shaded tot. A real buy at 500. Call O'Hara-Moore 105 X Pint

sad 16-111. MeOarmark Baaf N cHange Ave Phaoe 2-4S07. i I Or... City _ _I Nealy decorated hot ".,Pr. I|! r.i50ERobinp:753: I I II I I bedrooms. living room. : !' terms_Noble Smith Real Estate: 6911. I i! $750.. Thelma Klncald with H. F.I i Floss* 20836.NORTHXAST.
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scnool. I' BoUnd. Realtor. Carritaa 672 I
r. 91* m D iat I PAISIIOM (i3911 -vP--u GERMAN x POLIC"S I'UPPD:8-IJ and t1le-lIi.py14.sn $8 00 i ADA IR 'SECTION- 8tVMaa 1 tractive whit" frame bun. ul!<>* -hKa .- h Priced for sale to a 01 who '. new concrete block construction i i I N. Orange: 2-4.51. SECTION-Near school.re4sm
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I.'a b< fonitan. e Beniut It, ., ,, ".. r..: -.,. I;' ...;, '. ...,11 I. U Mil I. 5 V'r'h' ,. h'i ,_. C-. T "- s ..'v.Tr.. a? nnlT SlIlOO I OO 1-b.im apartment Kitchen fully LARk FRONT-.3-feedrtxua bungalow 54{iSO- 2O00 bungalow eavli terms vafwmaaed.Osrietta.it.ealior. .

.. .". ,.".. .. '... '. 1'_ .1.1 L. .d. Ibh 1'1'1"-.. ( ',, ''r.jt..I, 5 ,,., .n. ,,.., r.."" j '. a 1 See itaId Cassel- -q "pp.110 wilt handle. Priced I Iat b, acre of elevated intend wilh 512 N. Mllisl 3.1747.
,' '11 1 .mhsi'lw N Oran. .I"J (.. '1.-s O. r 01.. a bl1n."t '. 'A., tP.st. C-J2J1. 1JOO Phone A TBuster' lovely oak and 45 choice bearing citna. -
fl. h* i .S. S ,5j--ifl- Dr or [1'SuO"! C use in Dan ot 'u 'p t..r '51.. Jamerxjo and CanrtRear loo ft aa tarae lake 81O.B9O.
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1U0% ; iiiIittI-tar: I lou I HOME New concrete block 2 Bedroom LANCASTER PARK-NW corner Pine I CLOSE IN-Guest House with Hotel'license. 'I BEST BUY ON Highway 17-92. TourIst | LISTINGS WANTED-We save the I HOTEL-IB lovely Ctal .
bedroom. HOME AID INCOME bedroom r I
1.555-3 -
SHADY Only one block from Lake or Trailer Court site Beautiful buyers if yon have the property city We ofter a property
I II and
i porch Extrelane
old tile bath frame Also building large screen Wol.1 6''x1.1,51t I : rH 31
OIu.l\- nished 3 years separate sto Carter 9516. Jamerson & proved to b. attrac ,
: Call A T IT
St. Rex Build J I Ii Eola Completely furnished Immediate lake cleared land shade trees with to tbe
Price $ : 500 lot 37th L..a"sn. ._. '
blinds and in
SEPT 28 1947 I t. aw'DS. G lo.ton I 151 possession Price $15000 Terms new 2 bedroom furnished house all Carter 12 S_Main_ clientele Construction is sf
I--.----- Pltur can. b buhl.. Broker; 23 W .r..o'l _32h S_ __ ___ i LAKEFRONT--Have you been dreaming : See Geo F Brats Realty Co 19 E improvements Deep well plenty of DOST LIST OUR PROPERTY with : with oak floors hrooghout -.
6675 of lovely homesUe borderinga
: Church
I""b C. 57 : _____. __ HOUSENe. r. block: garage 1 clear a lagoon Central_ A.Ph._ _23153_ __ ___ land Immediate orcupaacy Priced me unless you want to sell Henry present arrangement, offers 14
2 deep con
51. Mouse* for Sal __ ____ _----- I II NEW MODERN up-to-date borne I sheltr" lake for quick sale Owner going North Burch Broker 916 Kuhl: 2-1090. hotel rooms with 11', baths .. -
k i with surrounded -
ting a
yiI14. CHENEY HIGHWAY-Close ua 330
I SOUTHEAST SECTION Strictly I II Corner lot between two D e..r One mile north of Maltiand on 17- room dInIng roam kitchea. '
&te I BUNOALW-New. : by 2'i acres groveon ft. oa new route Excellent site for CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL Service
2- modern frame three bedroom home I Original: price til.SCO00 S.rUlc Peyton -- b.nf _. 92 across DeForrest Packing Ro1lH- '' room lobby pnva meeting .
Ni I.putZulroom. I ; hard road .n a trailer park or cabins $2500 Lane Large or small business listings -
'RTU.n. pn..r hu. 2 car aati.r on a one acre lot No _r buntO for '9.500 0 if sold this week terms I white owner Ph. Winter Park II with electricity? .o is yours for with Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker.CHICKEN WANT SOMEONE ELEE-To pa> wanted A T Davis Broker. 31 B. :: sad employees quarters sad 1
meat Well
I bedroom .IU.I, tuedh i for contentment Its .w.II1. $8.0- I one !Sine ._. 1401 W or 35 I $3.500 if you hurn. Wl show II anytime 677 N Orange 9855 __ __ I )our renf Than acquire this fine MainPhonel I The price of $45000 romp* etely should ,s- .-:
00- bat -
... do..a ssu121SrSP bed I 5.70 l.nd" .; BUILT home furnished AH Sa or Sun. L. Bck. Broker.Zellsood apartment house Construction frame .

n.. eaih w th windoas G.1 sides > cot V Broker Dl. 2-1C. j IIEWLY and immediate possession Fa! __ FARM-7 miles from Orlando pre-war Always a tenant waiting FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION andre Idea net return investment of 25 Is-c this. '. 07

i' .' beautifully :i:ed bath upstair 45WatCentralAvenue..OtJ1IgZASTtxquiltel i at $3175 UcKelvey Broker I LAKE FPONF- IOT-$2V -Quarter 2'. miles from Winter Pit. list Well furnished Proper: priced -:iits 1,svOt.c operty wi b nina semi re ir.men'. coupfc

r i.p...., and m rly lurnished ini '; 0 I *I'l LM'l'lON' -Neji home ou. Central Arcade I mite from O; ai,do city 1 lmll, 18 1 1-6 acres of excellent land Modern SC.000 OO ..11 1 hand Exclusi Dial! lar Wlav, Rva.'tsr. 21 W dress Reasr. Wn..r; Pack David
Sinser Jectric *ewinai furnished and bath. perjv r 1 bedroom bungalow wired for electric 2 10O8. Prescott V. Steel Broker 4,
ng new I rooms : SELLERS 5613 f : lee( 100 (t on lafc" I Wash'n. on Phone S10$ -
ae s Iverwar. china. crystal large bedroom bungalow on a College Park close to stores YC. Bid and .b.h 1' from street to kitchen city water 28 heavy West Central Avenue : LAKE COUNTY--Eu
t a, v nar. eti Spotlessly,4n ISO' l.nd.p lot Price S1.5. school P"r street tlSOO will h.0. .. C.Yb.uah. 'ak- See lot S 1 end Hour Glass bearing orange trees 3 outbuildings D DOWNTOWN APARTMENT- tnt ome Grocery Store and Meat S s-
Owner Kittredge !I with Louts Geeslln NEW 5 ROOMS Must be all rat proofed: electric brooders and
pe I.- terms SD. ss.t with Trailer Came
0 Mr" Lake $4'1 00 month Price $45 OOO New
8 per Business
n. and teraNOR Realtors '. M.1 2-144. 1 914 22nd Street Make .. feather picking machine Property 6-0. Opportunities concrete block construction,
Frank Rea.torSO'
I with terms Crebs wtt.
Robl L I.rtIa.t fenced and cross fenced for chicken
: H 'h BRICK BUNGALOW Corner lot: Metcalf Building! ohone 2-171f eral ins quarters All new
this beautiful
It'..: S Orit..n _2-4' I : 80x144 3 bedrooms: 2-car garage: on runs with a number of elevated coops moleSt stock af new goods
Is only! a 10 minute drr from modern anchor Wei s ixkcd. good lo-
Ideal income -
property <
honeperfect neighborhood $16.2oO turn sh- nes started six month
t > *- Near Colll.I SMITH ST W-A.OQUII. a CLOSE TO CITY UsUTS-Lake front eo down'nun Orlando Ruhard H K.'l& .- living accommodations Price untarnished catIon. es so ;shed business A Rood averaged $1.OOO 00 age

v h,,. ,,TI b.n..I. I living porch overlooking a beautifully ', 3OO I 10 acres land 150 b e. 15.25 uofurnsh. Undor. *.'or 672 N O.n. 2-O99O- I $795O terms Phone A T GOLDEN HAS IT- opoor un'v fo man and m ife S98OO Summer mon hs showing a week to

S., I ,rd s oror I'I citrus plpple. vancl ad : : Buster Carter. 9516 Jamerson sad Wilbur Smaid: Broker 21 W
back yard 2 IIS. ex- trs with the
u*.r .lo& theater and ap I Ind.p ..rO.I grapefruit bu.a. Electricity L CASTE PAK ornIOt Carter Realtors 12 S Mala Tourist court Loc.lioD--oor of the Ch,ir hdla'_ fiGi I and Winter approaching
cozy living br.-1 HOME du.\10a"on. 1.1. "SOB *n r taTtt
this r. Herman AND .
.,. aaiss 1. -
S. SCI ,01 gas paved rod. : SILL ORVE bet vocations for motor court on
I, .I floors attic s I in- Srmrenood Drive and S APARTMENT HOLSE-Ideal locationS terested
I rorn r prospnta to
Mis spead
NOrange miles from INTourISt Court site 4 a
S the ae h.b! II atIts //Goodwin Inc .; ll. surrounding 192 Highway 90 ft oa highwayrurmni lovely Best of wIth him
_b..I. ': sulated too Here i* Florida I 6860.I Garden Road house recently Beautiful homes or.oeAnd room furnished cottage 1 block out apar ments ron actively ;" the *
n 'I Donh best for For 01.1 9855 or Pne r. palm tr rs a'r .d" planted fully 600 ft back to aju'ul lake di ion Ml nicely furnished Four check: receipts, Owner forced
furh. i
We for SI2.75 M plastered redecorated In- of city High and dry About 2 acres
.id in Tokyo R I. pr. tails call ; side New impro ed. forced to sell 178 ft front NMain All eared with new bedroom concrete wi h 4 rooms and bath screened [ oa account ot health. This
Wh U roof There Broker. 3O6
'-S ledtat' sale at .1 Son.IUSY. !,. Myers. Realtor 4638j .o 1 1I 1I I I I plumbing but with this improvementthe is no inide ate on Snore-a ood Drive at $10 front Shade 7325$60OO Howard. block house furnished for owner porch two with 3 rooms bath and rigid nvestuttion

.: 1 R &Itr" Rel. I WANT r WHEN U C could be made most ft Southpas exposure Call owner I s use Immediate occupancy Thivi screened porch OPA income $40M I hew B OM -Built for Bar '
S Yo cornI -
2JJ6'oRT.I- I i .hou. Rouse and lot 2-109 CABIN AND TRAILER PARK site an outstanding buy A C GoldenBroker pry vear Low price of $29.OOO with Gril. 32 x S2 feet on lot
-Nearly new I j SOUTHEAST SECTION-Small house I II I New cement 2 home priced at close to city limits High beautiful 1121 N. Orlando Ave near terms arranged Weir System 628 E 132 feet for .ark.ng space
I blol bro $4 oOO. and owner will from LAKE
l _. Larse.s.etL j of 2 bedrooms furnished Very tile floors 01 circulator I t to five s- es of the"I surrour.diitt I Un fO -LOTIn Inl4rla.. exation: Plenty fruit and shade Ma Hand uoder_'. Winter Park Pine 4641BATrERY ma quarter. concrete bioc
Beaatlful I.vtol loom CoinS I conveniently arranged nice .. Open Sunday
$6000 Urns
heater highway State
a heat Small dwelling 16O It on Nt-way
i $1. producing grove lfcNutt-ljpas- rtcted decier Inv Co. E REBUILDING business.
W of
lot Quirk -upanry Walter clean Small nursery cocas pl. cash See B H O..k lc 15 W Wa'hmston ot Colotsat. lledat8065 and 300 It 00 nice sand bottomed in Iocs : vartob, busir.ees enterprom
good business good
R.'r Investmen Co 4. N Orange mosaa palms Only 87000 terms Sally 112 NOrange Rc.lo. | going sacrificing
Han Bros Agency bathing lake Pri e. $15 000 It s a __ below actual coat
tion well established Low rentalS
Manor office 3354 Or Stone with C B. Davis I Pt'c !10.
A e 01 I I 41 W Washington: 78MSUBURBAN alor'l Ave. Tel. 51. I LAKE HOLDEV HEIGHTS-Out ..1I buy Louis Geeslin. Realtor 143 N ,,17 YOU ARE LOOKING for location C Ruckle 17th St and South it rurtion and preperty coat.

o r. __ Main 21464CENTRAL to build oa Orane Ave can Fred on thus soc
sell lot Lake 1 Orange Blossom Trail CaB 7564.
NORTHWEST i I town o'n.says my in 1O9 E S 1 have two Dn' S'orea
with O
a-. 51-1. Lake County Property, Ho den Heights Price $375 00 FirStcheek AYE 906 W.-Watch Central I 1 Reese Parlor and one
f room hove I : Pine Have an extra good value ina I| one Electrical
S 84000 rah HOME : gets if See Marie WilliamsRealtor Ave values jump within tb* I BEAUTY SHOP-Operating Nice furnisbed Automotive Pang and Repair
S- e C.n"r CENTRAL I lot fronting SO feet and running '
\ Church I FLORIDA ESTATES 21 West Washington Street next few months Check the type ..1invrstoTa home. Coleolaltown. I ness with
S.'h King RM at.t4. J. I I A DISCRIMINATING BUR Lakefronts and city lots Gro-es. Phone 8106 : back to a depth at 220 ft. Phone building and
IdealI T who are now buying; heavy linn
H iOpen ; Security under all cdulB ; 2-0816 quarters for sale I!
Sn., for raising mmutea i In a fls. bome. busln.ss. property all along this street Check the street I Downsswn Jewelry Store-$3590 pIes in any of these see or call
I have been looking
I".n All you fo management Investmen J D Ak !
SOR1Er.nd.t 1 from business Five acresS charming MILLS ;STREET-CoTner Living on and building improvements already inventory I Henry Davis Broker P

best citrus and home I here in tb Sroombungalow. Broker Clermont Box 661EUSTI3 i Exr-1 ent clinic locating or multipledwelling OK ed and to be made soon and act j I 965 Ph. 28-GreeaEustj.
screened porch attached Iru.1 a. distinctive and cofort.bl. I.r. still priced GOLDEN HAS ITSrlerdid S Suburban town 'Ladies > Shoe Shop
.. .uU-1 with Don Dud- ,; quick Above property I
fal full bearing
attic aid floor furnace I I aon lde with Its E"r..O I I MANUPACTUHrsO
fa Nice $25O9
right E R Fox 7601 BUSINESS
I '
lion Modern 2-story ofOrlando eTJ :
75 It) nice Located one R..lor. ,
Be-t condition irur in for mo'or court and established closely conBecTad
o L. bedrooms. 1 1 baths. completely i iI I .rot. SPECIAL OFFER site E r Slavtoa Realtor 32 E Fine St.
S I.D. e Dlhl and furnaceheat I bt residential districts I j ORANGE iWJ.-1 DUPLEX-Each apartment 6 rooms i trailer camp on 17-92 Hwy 500 ft phone 6651 I the building business which is

0, Pc' I nlshed Basement this home l.sUn value will appeal -I I' -135 I i and bath furnished Good roof. on hl8h.... Insured title A C 001d.n. infancy in Orlando This
u.naure duplex
mith CaIdwellU "11 large 2-car garage with. 4 room to the Price$225OO I U.1 lo.o. poDtn cen 2-"202 or W:nler Park 611--J. large basement Double garage with Brokrr. 11:21 N Orlando Ave'near usuai oppor urn'v 10 ride a is

h Asher Peter. .ator. 12 S and bath apartment above 3-room Exclusive listing For.p tr.l1 lo.te. R.df.If and PALM TERRACE-Beautiful buildIng small unfinished apartment Lot fiOi M.ul.na undecpa"' Winter BAR-RESTAURANT-Sells beer and HV wave as bu duu has
I barn andchicken Ben ust
Main: and bath tenant house polnlm.nt c.1 Audrey Pittman ful"washer. included- .r.buyer site: lake view and lake fronts Attracme 18*> Zoned for business This in- Park Closed Sat open Sun. wine Doing profitable busiaess sI W1;' take $27 ** plus '
house groundsoutdoor I Bldg. Phone Of.r a room furnished house goes too Sick .
NORTHWEST SECTION 5 large replace .uUlt! A SltIO-.IOO. )elc.1 I bedroom S10Oi prlos. Carl Tezder Developer some property can be bought for I ness forces owner to sell ZacksP stock Clark F Braa
sleeping tarried .r. ok I : 2O442RO1AL $SOOO cash and balance of $!:>O on : portumtiw
: E
rooms I i monthly Ornl" Central
ph place for elegant lh income s Harry E Mor>c I I ace. Pine Castle *
S b .D I & 138 VILLA on Old Apopka H.hI your own terms S.IIr Wh..I.r"I'h phone 2-0237
,).* 11 IhMI". Close to a reasonable Prc. of ou $1.9 C. 2lton. Euti. Contait Sundav Christies C B Davis. Realtor 41 W. I 57. Real rotate Exchanged I BUSINESS"OPPORIUMIIKS CTaik
Good terms F
Bryan Licensed Real Estate
school On bug Washington 809
11 center and Mr Busch 409 LOOKING FOB SOMETHING' Her 1 Fruit Highway 441 Bear Lake : : ORANGE BLO690M TRAIL
Real Sam A. Notching or I Sand Broke118 E Central 2nd floor -
Joe O M ers : I
with >
See Moriarty it is'! A neat clean and comfortably S Road GUEST HOME-Close in and overlooking WANT TO TRADE-$JOOO mortgage close la site Property
Washington Ph S881 Orange phone 2- 'LUBU3. bowse without ________. Established 192" Ph 2023"BUSINESS BOW
'o 2 W 8 furnished 4-room apartment all away $1 one ef our nicest lakes One on Orlando property for down pay nished home and equipped f

pine Hom"'ORWD I ready to move into and thr.just Will consider. move Inc amid 0 fTakr I bedroom apartment and 7 ladle m.PI on small .o.r'm.n: hojse or LISTINGS K DED-Sei inters Meters wash

2 IrO. fr. looking for as nice for good income' i I Paul : -84o "Temple-J P.IJK D Prospective_ bedrooms in main house Large garage ;large 1101.1.t ab:. l.'c aosriitcnts Harlow G FredrickBusiness showers This U a wonderful

.1, SUBURBAN-If o a house with close-In location First offer =:' M.uD.b.PBX Orlando home builders i.5etol"see these I I apartment Large lot with cit or trade for 8-lSx.ersroteiiigseei'm ood Headquarters' 118 N Ors age. meat for home and iarom

down balance $50 beautiful three bedroom it Terms I .b rut Income S$4O 00 per month-OPAceihne Box 149 .SWILL '. tell
: 14 with lakeview in a high I .st $12.4 takes ; Winter Park 1015. as .at $ 1/. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY for sale inspection rail Mr Britt
<"ta! pnr.5 William list hews two bths. out of able miss this opportunity I MOUNT do.n. balance in monthly i An exceptional buy at $31.- TRADE13 a. r. producineOcanoegeOte or lease Former War Housing Pro- J A L. Ohio Real Estate.
0 h J or -$ and will go Call Audrey Pittman with StimpsonStatpnMetcalfBldg c-nolY blocks on sm.1 A PO- 500 00 Belies Investment Co. 25 W 5 scam Trailer Site within Avon Park Court
I comI I nun:s utluet scar p"'nou'h Ex-
of nearby 441- trees aalable. l
.;NORTHEAST lt4-I M'Orlando muni les.to call one us about our this S15.0 ._Phone__3159. Large two story with on two far will sa'isfv B.nd! In.. : Washington _Phone_ 8513_ __ chaotic for :llI.ni::: ,'allen: or olh'r Cits i:mits comprlsinc 3 26 acres located

Tile bath bus. Carman Bide Or- good b. ne" \ F lork- one-half block north of Avon
Sk details b railing I Ir LEVEL here is a square fished second floor O.nrT 67 i
desirous of
r'. General Electric I | hou. F.1 E four anti 2-4551. O Fine locat ion inI mpr:! Rl 1. Clermoni' mites Park t famou and beautiful Mall on
Orlandolimits room furnished
Attached soFas Blah sot Roulstone: |I Moore. e.lor. 10 In deal One blol from I' building lots of shade cottage Rentals store I Fj'oMI .; bargain Confidentiat sot.:h State Highway No 17 within walk I dealership in Orlando Many
bedroom trees
Kraltar 2-2512 Ion. Well r.sl- I, George Painter with Asher : ing distance of business section Will I eat Hearing AId users provide t
I IS bear.ng orange $18OO per Good inves!ment asa WINTER PARK-Beau iful l'-Iot.- basis
-- small three dence Garage ,.a accommodate on which to start Write
.allor. 12 MatD. 2-0--85. approximately 45 trail-
"f'I' 8
? furnished : SKPW-H.r. i ccunty taxes home or income proper PrIer! I !tos'aton. low for quick : 57-1. Rr-arlb Property
facilities pure
oaDT.b... has considerI| trees City : r.lh'n I i ers Complete water lights and walk I oo of Miami12 Olympia
quick most convenient location : $47aO some terms Asher Peter RealOpEte SI5.0' half cash bat! terms See s&e Oo'n.r 2356 T.mpl. Drue. W,n- i fannies Sewerase facilities within I ami 12 Florida
charm on
Owner leaving $*SOOe I able 2-O786 error owner Highland! Park COCOA BEACH -Good d.opulent! -
possession that would be well adapted to tor 12 S_Main |I 1 led area and accessible for individual
rm* Sam Johnnos Co 208S MainNORTH would I \est ment oppor"jni') House and PENNY VENDING MACHCTBlocation
..U.- *.- I a couple! or a widow lady of who two will 52. GroVes for Sale SVER'LCHOICE-'I' ss or r."i I GUEST HOME- bedrooms. 2 baths 6 mean tront !to: laiorab :o<.ated. Box connections Write City Clerk P O 21 more to be
5ro like to have income out th This office I .ptlal uP. Two 126 Avon Park, Florida r.pion.
HOS. S6 of parking Pul'iher : Plenty of !tock good income
Corner lot plenty spac$1OO RraecCOCOA :
low recently $ with House at con-\\ ceptional Asan Park 134
duct nice
I extra PIC.'S OD 16t I"0 About "756 sell ail or pan $.1000
ine $450*. 'a Thelma :: roD.terms Harra-Moore. Amelia : a m til 5 each C B Davis weekly returns BEACH "Orlando s bea-h
some 10:0
I fro will!1 handle Louis Geeslin Realtor Gardner Real Estate Agency
with R T Realtor I Realtors E Pine Phone JWSe Sept 28 P..lure of this new Wash::*tOi 809 Mr Pu
Rids 673 Orange'n 2-4S51.__ 10 rome include oak floors throughout .1 CONWAY.-8-acre grove and home I ON-LAKE BARTON= 143 N. Main 2-1464. there has ::0"s and h oiseasorabty! 1920 Phone 2-1OO8. 45 W Central

WD MANOR Spacious 3-bed- SUET.= droa h.fu front and rear screened porches I I II I Some .xtr land on paved roact I paved road to lake 8x4tfrO. i :icKStec reavsnelnsrt'I; ta Prescou V. S eele. PRODUCE MARKET Doing

r 3 sleeplaa porches. See Sun 2-6 ForeSt St. I living room kitchen : Nice 5-room modern bungalow SgeKenner. Broker 49aO Cheney HighS 1- -- --- --- ---- OCEAN FRONT-Hom and lout See I volume with good profit

1 5, .. lot la deUghtul Rd p.2- 11 and b. rSJn. $9OOO Clyde I I Grove is excellent large producing a> 2-7144 GUEST ROME Close In Established or rail Whit Da". Real E"'.': I I 10-year lease 250 ft.
.1. la.1 Conway _ I 'I CASH ready for the best
is business
.f W. CentralAve trees Price $15000 beyond question Income over $3OO can be subleased for
bue Gd 40O A Seabreeze Slid Daytona
T.rm. C.1
J.tw. hu. with Louis Geealin. Realtor. 26 LOTS located Jut sot- month. plus owner' quarters oOOO to $6000 will bay Box 133 :1'I
OC plenty of
hen F.ld with H B'DI 5tBUBAN-3drOm Phne 2.U7. t.r per I Beach Fin Phone ii 2-X.I I rvooi for grocery
Realtor 12 N Orange: 2- $ Ill.h.n "a.e M.I; 2-1464. ';dt .ty lmis. city lUhts and First time on market Owner retiringCall S-Star I market and additional
for II I
: that is o' $2 I up this lovely 3 bed- water ac.al.P.L Don Dudley Realtor 2-4-4 : 58. Real Estate Wanted I CONCRETE BLOCK PLANT- Folly I: Can make several different
per week About an acre SEEC-Plcl priviidge. Exclusive = : $ equipped Established R.isoaaMypriced Property tan be purchased.
choice GUT ROUE room 5-bed
)4A2iOR-Ar, you looking ideal furnished home Large.
fruit : Realtor 37 W. WashlnatOBV
75 big
ORWIN with 50 to supr
t..sAn AI"n Owner has other business $43 K Mills Ph 779
for a large home on good chickens I best puck for price GROVE Home sites-80 acres on I i room guest home and detached ACRES homes bus,nesses and $_ _
for ihol. sh.dr
rot, spot Clo. Claybauah Met- i I 'Lake Irma 300 bearing -51. !1 house all rented on large corner I! Phone 2.0694cOUNTRY
lot with ao D.lehr jammed DP stores and Bus sr\< I See R..lo. I groves Buyers wait;HK Courtney I RESTAURANT good nearby : -
IPOl CAN PAY &oO down a
on S
property A. T. Bldg i I trees beach road Electricity I lot U2Oxl7O> landscaped 16 citrus Reavr392 N Orange dial 2-2471.
Phone ;
lose yon UO. Price $10000 terms c.1 __ : P.e | Completely equipped
O I buildm" lot woa.e laO lots for
well ? so your search I Jamerson and I super I $6600 >2 Lane .il trees Garden Store houses NOl far I .- : $3.000 monthly I _
ai I Carter 9516 C.rer.R..IIon. A now APARTMENTS Homes Groves Business gross
b. I ths sale Orlando limits on
,It over This only 11 OOO OO 12 S CS .SELC I Herman Goodwin Inc Bole 67 I m.d. ci'y : Irtm center of Orlando Very moderatelv :I Stop shop STORE-Doing $3.000 a Using quarters upstairs $ .
M.ID Property as you
hom. compa" this basis ,
bui 100. payments Call : B7'7T
Zelma Orante 9855. E. .r.ne. priced with excellent terms I month cash business $2000 in fix
For fall information down tat price C w Walter.
WEST e.f Orange: Blossom Tri on 3 tile UP one i 1 1 For details around sec with G Uyerg Real- next to Fla Bank and list it with |,
Rralor Mor artv Joe turcs S120O in stock building

Henson with Martie Wt.ml. I11 blocks to nice Heat all rooms large garage with i GROVE 43 acres south of Lake J Hakelt. Reattur 1317 Sligh George Kittredce Son. Realtors 672 N Orange 5tM
Street Rio G1.nd. I J.me I to. MM Fine Homes All goes for only $60W S, rash
21 West Exclusive.Claybau 1
three-bedroom. Ir.m. bungalow six I maid or guest apartment I ;5. terms Mr Boerstler I l d. Opposite ACLRR Depot" dial 1" East C.ntr.I23176BUn.DIO RADIO SHOP-Complete
This t keep See Mark with Louis
Phone 8106RWIN condition "h. Realtor Metcalf BIdt. with Burch Broker 916i -- I
years old in excellent I I ,088. I -LOT Cheap-,tv.loca equipped Scarce pan
HOME-rast of Orange Ave -- Geeslin Realtor 143 N Matt 2-1494i
Some furniture lots of shade Laundry YOU' LIErHom er income i RuM 2-10. E LOT- 5xl3I GUEST section It I tion price and sue Box 177 8-3tar_ Wiggins 6247
blocks from business
MANOltEZrtPtiOU&leiCht. County GROVEA BEAullr'a-UR I six -
house in rear furnished .
) and storage Exceilent t
bedrooms with I DIXOMEloP" I south side of i' 2-.torv frame tn excellent condition BUNGALOW -in ColonialI i RESTAURANT-Sow
home 5 $4750
rom. older sIzed living room lleb.t taxes only.cash Total Johnston price Henry twin beds. hardwood no. tleb.t. with I Princeton between Ge da Terrace and and ideally suited for guest I section or near post office About I DRIVE-IN-Frozen custard Showing : god wlntsllcense Loca'ed
if 4 additional land Pour
only $3250 2 S bedrooms acres
and kitchen There is also 2car Broker W Church St : ph 6o4S ston.. sells right Claybauth n.ed.d. | furnished homes good lake uc.ly Amherst Box 128 &tarBIOWTlt home with one bedroom downstair j !6OOO or I'OOO Box 16" S-Star 1, big profits Can be had for $1500 I or industrial section of the

r.m with 4-room apartment I O.n.r Realtor.Metcalf Bldg I f electric lights o with electric 1 ,o home- and three up It can be bought completely BUNGALOWS good listing down Inquire at 2 18 N Orange Grossing $6O per day Can
.a.lo .aer. I i "u' chased for S42JO down Bale
furnished for only $14000 and
boce Tl 1 truly our best value.Coil WINTER PAHK-In an location ERA I refrigerators and food furniture :I Db approximately $4 500 cash will ran- sure sale We will furnish DOWNTOWN GIFT SHOP-and lease I *}75O Excellent opportunity .
ucus.v t"TAODES-Ye < dread Club section I if supply the
with SUmpsD-ttOD a fEW for sale COUDt" LU sales effort yon product on 9 room house Two apartments
Klot of fine homes oU.r truly 1 Pried qu..k $2.5. I.rs. today UcNutt-' i real money maser Good lease
.tetcalf Phone 2 tiled bath Chabot Davu all sizes Clo in sbo. bl and i:sl.tar.nl.It T K Hastings Realtor.92i5 two guest rooms and extra office 1
B. rambling 3-bdrom. in picture books Masonry construction !' jeC .A stores ." or I la W. WashingtonSt E Central lArcadei. 4237 man with Clyde MrKenzie
TA1l block masonry construction red Ule roof well laod.c..dcor.r Main Phone 5529 Open Sunday C Phone S1O6I I space Whole house nicely furnished. I. Central Art phone 2-4775.
ORAw5U bl..lo. t. _
Roomy tiled roof Duo-Therm heater 1 'tot As YOU enter through 2 till S p m terms Jane Bros 23 : 731sWAU711W'to I COLLEGE PARK LISTINGS Wanted I $45O rent paid in advance Owner RESTAURANT Beer business

rame house screen porches shodestreet and many other desired features clever Dutch door YOU are in a world I HOME DVE-6 acres of goodbearing iot -We specialize in properties of I says furniture and fixtures worth I 1 441 doing -
$3 900 including G-E kitchen Priced cathedral ceiling grove with comfortable I GUEST HOUSE-Some lady or couple this popu:gr section A. G Wagner much more ban price asked nice
_ _ your own Large : I travel trade Now $2 BOO but
to sell with terms for 125.0. H. CBabcock living room furnIshed as you would I home Just outside city one blocl of Sudebaker Pontiac or Buick a.o I who wants an exceptional gueetI i Brcker 1209 Edtewater Ph 32133i Emergency sale take it all for $3500 after Oct 1 Harry Rea'h

ORWN MANOR-You will like this Jr with Tyre i expect including! large barbecue i highwav Price $11.OOO C.I I Call 819JWT i I house opportunity at a modest cost i I GROVES-HOMES-BLSrVESSES must be all cash No phone calls I apposite Vogue Theater In
and Is Realtor W. Washington; 6174 Dream kitchen. snack Phillips with Stimpson- Met and will. go out of Orlando to get It. Plesse see me Mr Stewart wish
bungalow with
Z-bedroom 1 type fireplace On KrYtoD Drive Nice your property agrrnstvcRealtors towa 8253
new I I
location. Convenient to I bar and mane other f eature s Bed- i calf B d. Phone 5159 garden I should investigate this tractivei I Chenault Jennings Inc Harold Shepherd Realty Co 20 E. _

i:ion: Ut-of best Ir.uporai Pr WINTER PARK- bedroom house roms art lovely spacious an me I 3 OR\'S and Packing House One owner 2404 Adams S.IJix.rI S i I I a eightoora huh class house residential'ifive section bedrooms where-In 671 I N Orange Ave Phone -234GOTHA ._ Washington St Phone 5124 !I I RESTAURANT of clientele $7 Largest.SOO takes In

low for this ne..hborho. 1-3 Living room kitchen and bath with separate shower Immediate ,' .. .L U. WallaceWindermere I k ;I th.---overflow- from oneof CentralFloridag DISTRICT to-10 -.cr.s-to DAIRY-Fully equipped Close in !I lease worth double Sick 1
Call porch. b.th'l possession completely furnished K1namt. hard road 6 modern fcoo.seBox .
back room
rash r"Qutrd. or..d $45. hotels homestead J. A. Leughe P 0. '
Fa e most popular tourist I I sell Write Royal Cafe New
Lee Crawford for inspeetion and full down. $ a month A. 117.500. turns A O W.cnr. : : i I _1 8. S-S'ar __ _ _
Park 8M-V 35 i ordinarily Box 232 Orlando
28 BEARING GROVE-With or insure earnings not : Beach Fla
Information Robt. L Pryde Realtor Rrnker 1121 N Orange Ave near I 1209 Edgewater Drive BrOIj'n. ACRE I can -- DELIVERY SERVICE _ _
Heavy clean crop of EXCELLENT aval able to a small guest house GROVES 'ED-t-baV'- l Here isa
608 N Orange 24596ORLO Maitland underpass. Winter Pork.Closed MontgomerySalesman__ Ph fruit Large block of root Ham LAKE FONT L-I, Call OHariaMoore2 I I small pleasant business complete I I RESTAURANT FOR SALE
Sat open Sun. sour close In Only on :: Price only $9flSO calls for good groves and country !I town location Will ,
_____ SAVE TIME-See- our window picture line Near Orlando Price $38000Cavenaugh F Roland $1.05 I.rs BIdS.I -O836. 109 EPln. | properties Your listings will be appreciated with 1946 pick-up truck Telephone --c
VISTA-Two new. 2 roD cottages WINTER, PARK-o,ham.th I display of homes Next 10 the For-I Realtors. Washington Et R..ltor CarwI. ; Wm 0 Rencher Broker. ; customers list etc Averages SJOO sell S38OO stock and fixtures
I 672 I
Grange 2-4$1
and $1850. 2 j I Bank H I d ,I I month Price with I want to do business bring
three on ,: usa I Arcade 4308 per prof $3000
I 28 E Waohmaton.Phone Pages'a.
Ph 7593.15 priced bdrom. sale Owner. Fh713MWinter I I Son to"oHe E Central phone : S ClC'.Bnu'lul O'wm M.no:: pOrt UDlty If this combination Is I terras Weir Estem. 628 E Pine: I cash and will sell ta first
I I 23176RECENTLY I 30 ACRE Bearing Orange Grove Make :I what you are looking for be sure and I 4641 rome Thu offer Is open up
PARK LAKE SECTION-3 bedroom Pakw'V'Rp of.r _ :
Hamlins and Valenciam HaitianS I 3O after
I' 'I PI..PPI Phone 4"1R see the property we have at HOUSES WANTED-We have prospects : Sept 30 my price
bunl.low. oak for. lied b.th. R Large corner with I BUILT 3bdr.m. mo beautiful n." crop on that offers all three A fine old Vic ] for 2 3 and 4-bedroom homesin EAST SIDE Grocery and meat market $8500 211 W Church St

front screened prch. garage. in one of Winter ern tile bun"alo. lac. trees modern furnished bunealow I I torlan! hovse with ample bedroomsand good locations Call W B Nicholson Completely equipped well I

Excellent 3 blocks from Park best resident sections 2- bestos roof. garage with work shop For sale! or .11 trade on Improvedcity 53. Country Property for Salt,I baths for guest home A fiveacre Realtor. 2-1619: 14 8. Main St stocked Owner must go north Price RESTAURANT lease Doing a nice

Colonlaltown 1.5. Virgil Jones story 4 bedrooms 2 baths upstairs and shom-er on 10-acre lake front property A A isoa. Realtor and already established $8000 Open Sunday 2 til S. E SBurnett. ness Long **

with M J. Mos. Brol.r. 132 S M.l: H.rd.o floors tile root. 2-car garage plot just outside city lmit. Imme 37 W. Washington: 7613 I' BEAR LAKE You mon "ii 1 smileS :: grove shipping aa business Pricefor I Broker 37 S Main. Phone :I We I equipped Price $11000
'r package 6F
and equipmentKitchen $14 Ho..rdJon.s If you bu Ihl n bedroom HOMES GROVES. BUSINESSES 2 i required $3000: balance
phone gas
697. included A nice dtate psssslln. Moss Broker 132gMatn 32 ACRE GROVE D-lake and hard I home 'ron',ng 100 f' on Big Bear :I an $20 000. Call Dana Humphreywith Contact C B. Davis Realtor 41 -3O63 _ _ I f Bryan Business

PARK LAKE SECTION-We n.nice comfortable equipment home in A-I condition 6977 road Close to city. Good crop Lake Completely 'urni.hed. electric O'Karra-Moore. 2-0836. 109 E. W Washington St : Phone 7809 for : FROZEN CUSTARD STAND-A good': 118'a E Central phone -

guest homes with meals Se this Well time to look at this phone _ fine home site Price $31.0. W. K. kitchenc,en anMr,r lawn mow Pine | quick results__ j buy or quick sale Owner selling I t RECENTLY LISTED :
worth your Service
5 bedrooms 2 baths Well furnished guest : -
I funl.h.d.furp.r. Price Real due to ill health. 36O7 S Orange
Orange cc' $ 9aO terms Owner s going 9Otf ,
solar heater electric I one $26.500' Terms Huckel-O Neal. < OWNrW'Fuly 5 baths ESl.t4. 2" sm. HIGHWAY 1"-92 Over : beauty parlor frozen
1 I rooms i iS30 Blossom Trail
t $. Recommended b tHin- Realtors; 118 E. Robinson; dial M J. AvePhone6385_ I North makes I advan ageous for a frontage with modern 2-bedroombungalow HOMES-3 or 4 Bedrooms with 21 stand tourist cottages duplex
en 15.5. !I 000 terms Stripling with I buyer Asher Peter. Rea tor. 12 S.FOETCTY furnwhed Best FERN FARM-4 ferns
acre plumosus
ton ISO E Robinson 7632 2 37a3_' Main phone I 100 ACRES- ibil. good complete baths We need three right awayat and terms are right W>
WINTER PARK-We have all kinds :I Moss Broker. 132 S ; tl. estimated 5.0 n Main 1-0796 bay oa this highway at $=>BCO C P. i prices from $15000 to $25.OOO OOBettes Full shed of quality fern good slat inquiries C B Davis te

; 6977 _ I II' : 14D N. Orange shed lots of equipment 3 artesian I
of and used property for sale Price 11250. terms Kit ROAD--New 3-b- Shumway Realtor Investment Co 23 W. Wash IW Washington 8O9

buy erschoice new Call Sam Wright I i I I'j HOME WITH INCOME possibilitiesLet I tredge Re.lor. 2-3176 1 I rom fr.m.0. modern in t.O'I I-3282 mason St. Phone 8jl3HOUSt wells supplying irrigation good shipping -
i PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION us show you this large I detail 3 huh soil o Close.in room furnished (lat. outlet for I SUPER HIGHWAY-
OR.o\NGB-. ft
\ Charlotte Smith or David Andress. 4-b.d-1 These TWO Indian .lo CI: I wine eats Living quarters
I built number of | RInrOrfS --
loom house a aU fern 75 miles below average frost
Open for Inspection 3 to 6 today Realtor. Winter Park 659 ago of best materials Nestled among I offer best 1v..lm4DI to door grocerv 513.100.mal term .hl Wheeler $129.OOO Another a ece. 200 ftfroat WANTED-We have prospect line also IGjJ citrus trees Located t area $15 OOO will handle
I have seen One 65 $30O ft. Stripling with for modern 5 and 6-room
years a at
1001 Harrison St Lovely 2 bed WINTER PARK-3-bedroom bungalow Urge oaks beautiful lawn over J' "4 with C B DanRealtor. 41 W per Kites south of Melbourne at Maiaba Ki'tmger Realty 2OO4SUNDRY
acre with 100 addltion.ilgood Broker 132 S MainDboie : homes If house for sale
acres Moas is
grove M J your
r.ms Sleeping prch. Cathedral I : 3'2 baths: mld's room; architecturally trees 2 fnpl.c. large, prch.i i I Washington 809 I on U 6 No 1 highway Must sell at S STORE-Netting
and 011I Jake- frui citrus land The other a 6973.OR14SDO. call Allen Johnson Realtor 140 N.
ceiling I -
Bu.m.pl 241 H Casell Box 12 Mala
fr.pl. once this
week at $5600
rof. Rtu.ed 187S. I II -- - n't see
? ---
urnace. -.r aa..e. Well landsoaped view setting lifetime low upkeep Wheeler 41 acre grove In :3 stghi.h GROVE AND H ,:I-7 aeres 5 in I Orange 8612. Specialising in bar S Smith with Hrtry

eoro.r.PRIcON construction. Call Don j: Dans ; be bought 5P.r".ly'. much below iargttrees: e5 New AVEFor small business !I Homes'SUSTI74GS_ means
rl 1940 T.rms._ 'I I| W Washington 71 _ todacs market Prl. Davis modern masonry bungalow 4 roomsrreenod 17- FROZEN CUBTARUBUSINESS Broker 516 8 Kuhl 2-1090
Dudley. Realtor 2 4745 99 feet corner on Route WANTED-Clients waiting -
: i BRAND NEW frame bunsa .. Realtor. '' Equipment stock 3-year lease Located
rom porch and bath About -
home I W..hmllon' 18 92 270 feet deep to back street Well E F. SlITteR Realtor. 31 E.
I WINTER PARK-1-bedroom on i immediate posses Furniture and living quarters Ail
low I I downtown Orlando Mater e
I I bedrms. miles! out paved road frontageOnlv
AVE. Owner leaving shaded location 9 I IaOO "li built small masonry home could be Pine St phone _1._ for .3OO Terms
; lot Dhchtul slon Its a dandy Only 15.700.b.1 I for Sale I $10 Rex-McGill. Realtors S. Hueyw $3 ploy products and complete
mut sell his home Completely fruit trees Ben F Field cash balance terms I -uAerrafe 128 N 0 Ave Phone 414" converted 10 business Robert W. Gardner Real Estate Agency 29 S and storage facilities 15 000
furnished 2 bedrooms Price $10.- i with H F. Boland Realtor CaTiganBldg with J P Mattox 145 N Main 5809 I I Or'Da. ,th Robert R Tyre Realtor LISTINGS WANTED-Due to the Increased : Court Dial 2-4481 I gas monthly Old estab

atm with Frank Crebs. 507 672 N Orange 2-4551 or Winter 1 ACREAGE PROPFRTV-Real catte SALE OR TRADE I fine la Washington 6174TRILER I number of inquires we need
I = with
t.rm. electric GULP GAS STATION lunch room ness regular patronage
BLOCK HOLSE 2 bedrooms: ranch 7 OOO $1 I
ar rr' > PT
house edge
Me'calf : phone 2-1710 Park !40RWDTRPARKompl.l.ly .bu. and small more listings of Fine Homes 2. 3aad fruit stand for sale on W S 1. I Ins commercial i
refrigerator gasstove acre farm 1000 ,
i furnlh.dAls 1.,0.. pant! fine well just west and north PARK -ilora' Blossom Also business and
4 bedrooms
piE C\STLE roms-a d bath | furnish 2-room cottage 5 acres I I I II acre $15 120 acres good Park Sam one mile south of Oak Hill Three I With prompt action can be :
I i .r. R..rs'd.' Ore.orUfAOIET' I Trail prepared for 52 trailers in- income properties Joe G MYers.Realtor.
bungalow and lot conveniently mostly cleared Only good j I II John Lake area: $15 acres of high ground Two-room living I for equipment and inventory

water heater High dry lot on Oak { located $6930 terms Betty I I terms. Noble Smith 58.Etat.. i Iron I.nd z .crs Lake Mai tawd distrtct -- Lnbl.cont"i I eludes grocery .t ocean d restaurant Dial 8881 or 6638. !I quarters Inquire at premises imately SSSQO Box 11 -

Ridge Rd Furnished unfurnished Trent 349 N. Orlando .res good over 160O on the Trail $30000 C D Edaards. Box 347 Oak Hill '
18 E\an. Broler. 6911 t. good little farm and ,
$6800 W. Ave 618. I m.4 road. malt I route. school bus. 12 miles down will handle '"Speak to Spiegel! USTINOSWANTED-Wespevializ* I II Pta
1 B.I., WIIer Par. DIRECT FROM OWNER bedroom arose S45OO See H E Wheeler Wltn Whitney Spiegel Realty Co Realtors I I I _ _ _
I from Orlando Total price $$3-50 and bust >I
Five WINTER Harold Shepherd Realty Co 20 E I in business opportunities GROCERY AND MARKET-With Uv SUBDIVISION for sale
RLCES SCHOL rom PARle"ru i ash Ah.r I ness properties If you wish to sell I
Built about cottage This home beautifully Washington T.1 5124 or 22628 log quarters furntsBed ready to approximately 7 miles from
buD.t. and baths '
a h.1 I after Main 2--8 TRAILER OR TOURIST CAMPSlt..- I your business or propert. phone us Call both the
Oa kitchen. attached garoge. beaus ful lake adjoining Winter Including Spinet 8 p mCWAY move tn Netting $90 per week do Fronting on

O.rdnr Real Estate Agency. 29 3 s city limits City lights phone .furnlsl.d arranged On the SECTION lJlT PBON-"t 2 3 25 acres in sight of R.R statIon and we will call Clark F Brvan 118 2-4-98 Reason for selling other '. Garden and Ootha Rds .
P.rl piano or acres
Ideal 2 and new cross State road $2.SOO. D. E Central opposite Chamber of
I .
beauty Rt 19 Box 249- ticnal already paid
Court: D al 4481 _ j jPRINCETON street Poll\.ly. I loser floor is one bedroom and rus. graded road miles Ir.s. business interests ? paving
P..e P Sias. Broker Ph 4431I I I Commerce phone 2-0237
.1 of tropi $2.999 cash Bargain I cellent opportunity for a
.1i SECTION I .pt. Many oats ; bath large living dining room j out electricity $bO $ down; unfurnishe. i I GROCERY STORE and melt market
$8.OOO takes SOL home of I lovely lake front S13.5OO. I breakfast nook and rom.el. tl kitchen $15 month Owner P a.r.0 6 1458 Wills Property B 75 San I I WAREHOUSE-1NDLSTRIAL ZONE I LISTINGS WANTED-Homes, groves II i innt.1s. : in nearby town Low rent long development For further

excellent construction. Venetian terms Asher Peter. Realtor. I The upper floor has t.o bedrooms : TRAIL=2'5 ford I 150 ft frontage b* 146 ft deep I Let us help you sell your lease Doing about S6O.OOO a year lars we Jane Bros.

bUo. Screened porch Lifetime Mam2-0-86_ I and bath On the front is a large RANOE-BW frontage on 6-ROOM osiS" trait. main bldg SOxlBO adjoining building | property Hall Bros. Agency 112 NI business Clean stqck good fixtures N. Main 1559

t, rf. bus and shopping Owner W.1NTER PARK-L.ro t 3 large screened porch where youll spend Florida most traveled thoroughfarePriced shrubbery etartricitv -,i 34x38 Half rented at present for I Orange dial 5189_ S Illness rouses for selling Price $10 -

must I..v. s it will be worth | maid many pleasant hours Ample closet from terms Jim M school bu $3500 cash Immediate $135 per month' Concrete floors : LOT WANTED on paved street DeI I OOO seme terms Clark f Bryan

J your time to 10.eta.t this at once quarters laundry oil furnace dock I. space and carpeted stairway nice Caldwell with 15. Peter Realtor possession H Lockney. owner I Wired for 110 or 220 Sacrifice for I sire soc with not less than 60 ft. Business Opportunities 118'a E Central SERVICE STATION-Would

Call RaJ lnnon O Myers. I i Priced to sell C.1 2-572. Ll. RoyalBroker ba.m.nt. automatic hot water heater i 12 S Main 2-078 I I, Lockney Rd (f Cheney Highway 1 $17 500 Se Yes Van Helen with frontage Limit $ OO Ph. 8059 phone 2O23GROCERIES lease See Mr Arderson
Fine Homes and maid You'11 have to I C vde McKensie 104 W Central: I Service Stating corner of
6 __ S f.clites. TRUCK 20O FT 0 NHIOHWAY 14-92. ft I and meat markets Wei

ROBINSON AVE EAST-Lovelv mo- I witthiiThi;I see it to features Onlva I about 8 LS-OT, acnlarlS I big lake Beautiful ho.15. or 2-4775 SALES LISTINGS WANTED Homes i have them from $3SOO to $21.OOO [ Bermuda Kissiminee Pta :

'J ceo bungalow near Lake !' tnet-Are you looking for a .. I few blocks from th center of theci tricltv bus mail route E.- I S abin site $1450 M J Moss Broker I groves farms and lots You may 1 You d better let us locate you Roper I SAWMILL-Corley No 440

bdom. additional rom suitable ,| tiful place of about 3 acres natural .I and possession witMn J d.Y. toL..hol B 1Ei6L:! S-Star T.rm I 132S_ f.1 phone 6977PRIVATE depend on our experience for correct Realty Church and Main 2-3433 months fun Diesel power;

au.st apartment 2-car garage I Florida trees and wonderfully landscaped P..d at less than $1.0 from Or FINE GUEST HOMES-- handling of selling details oar mortgage Only 51.650 1 in Pinellas Co G I selling I ;
Beautiful landscaped grounds Price near Winter Park On theseS 2-4674 S2OO RES Iu.dr fence o., lando ISLND5 ml. AI "uoD.bleprIces.. loans Increase our selling power I GROCERY stock shelvIng tarn to college Phone

$17000 unfurnished or $18 0 fur- grounds are a fine modern large OFF N E=2-bdro ii-2-ynrs a lot I..aD roadway Rambl .- pm.1 I I McNatt-Heasley. Realtor 15 W. for. everything Clean scales awnin- I 8 3340. BOX S3-A Ozona Via

Risked Oeo H. Kittredg SonRealtors duplex bungalow and a pretty 5- ,I old. I way frontage Included right I bun. 1. $10 OOO cash wilt handle completely Washington StS refrigerator SERVICE STATION Located
o .lr-eonlllonf. furnt.d I C B W. Wash galow Swimming dock diving 4-bedroom home I This entire going business Is al -

2176ii8s rom and bath guest- .ou..e. This 'not H.r.rd A.. inton Dul Rta1or. 4 boat etc_ First_offer.ng. For Cl furnished oak floors. modernin lot. I ___ I yours Just pay the rash and Stan of the best sections la

ST CLOSE IN-2 bed is a ref buy at $27.OOO See H EWhee i FRAME BUNGALOW-Concrete floor: sale $1(soo. Exrmstve witn I I i every respect large TO 20 ACRES-Hidh land with or I in business at once Rent only $3O 1 Orlando Old established
porch unfur- 'sleeping rooms furnished electric .range I C.nteal. without buildings improved or per month on lease for 2'i years S
nished Garage apartment finished I IHanw CI. 2O E. Washington Tel 5124or .at.r: heater bath room with show I !I 8S6lor_ _438 |I I Not over $4.OOO cash Must For this business bargain see W I monthly Business mav be
decorated 6-bedroom
J and income $12500 .11 terms I after 6 \ er Lot 7515 East side Lake Su- UVE IN THE COUVTRY MODERN--BtTtULOW:3-bed- I 2 home A newly Oak floors 3 baths frame :; be on paved road with electrlcits Hall with Harold Shepherd Realtv I for about 193(5)) and th;s

Frank Crebs Realtor and telephone nearby Within 20'' sent* approximate eqn pmeot
zannshLARGEST .
ZEL 20 EWashington St
51 Co
).tcal ___ :I room2 I
WorHor.5msad with tileroof All furnished _
Conway well located S construction
Building phon.1'10.. I section- acres t ele : k h.'b I I miles of Orlando Give price and location I ventory at very conservative
los shinile '
5 you '
of 2 and bath
of high I cleared land S1SOOOO Cottage rooms '
ROSEMERE and bath S acres hard road. $4.9OO. RoiCBu.GALW I I In first letter W. R RoysterRt Products handled are those
1 I $20 OOO terms
have ever Bedrooms 3-acre lake front plot I GROCERY AND MEAT MRKET
at $20
Elduh.c Hall Bros Agency Realtors 112 N. \ in rear Modern a bargain oil
S 3 Plant City. Fla I IIP of the lartest companies
Rambling type 1 rooms and bath S acre old and 14x14 screened porch 14x16 Orange Ave M J Moss Bro..r. 132 S Main: 000. only S9OOO cash I One of Orlando old established I
low 1940 construction Corner lot i young grove hard road: $7.500. 1 C. large living room junior dining rom T.1 5189. i!I phone 8977 I i II I rrsro CI.A 5 13 todu.I I stores now available wen located Is oa aa attractive basts ; :
Price $12.son. terms I Beck Broker Zellwood figures are able to
itn Metcalf
with Claybaugh. Realtor.
11 I L. 100x140 Sll SOO Eul'lslV 3 $15000 will handle $45000 crest -I priced right at $5.MM 00 plus iaven

1 Herman N Orange Goodwin 98SS inc Brol.rs 677 I I ISUEASi2brom I 2 LOVELY CLEAN homes V.-rJ- Garrets Broker. 118 E Central 56. Business Property for Sale I II home of 20 rooms. all furnished In I FREE APPRAISALS en your b tory Information tn office only Ask and fide reason Here Is for opportunity tale is for

for quick ale Ph 8561 or 4328 531. Ranches and Timberland the heart of city $875 monthly income I We will give you en estimate free for Paul Hardman with NUrtie Wil cored ta
I operator secure
} ment block with 2 bedrooms and all I 21 West Washington
bungalow I I APARTENTS- .tracI Worth iavestigatin of charge on the current market llama Realtor grade Ka'toa without bonus

plot. Completely sleeping porch garage yard $5. RANCHES ,\l furnlh.d AIN 2 extra value of your property No obliiatlon. I'St. information
Sirce win NO phone
o furnished 175OO with H cash I $2500 down Other frame WANT PLENTY OP ROM' CAT Peter- 1911" New l lv de. orated and mot 4 $5250 will handle nice home enlarge Phone 7811 Wm Mathews with JDaniel 1 particulars In office See Mr : ;

2'c Key at office Exclusive with C. P. bedroom AH nt-w ..ra.4. laundry probably knows 12 S R..lot. I n.. :urnish Completely: I corner lot avocado and clt i Kolar Broker with Harold Shepherd Realty
Shummay. Realtor 140 N. OrDU. house trees fenced in S.SO. $2200down Then look over this two story frame I I' trotted Income possibilities now '4. nix trees Nice bedroom apartment I WANT-best' Church site-$1000 win: I I GROCERY STORE-meat market Up E Washington StTHEATRESCNDRT

2-3282. Both small I I just outside city limits Fruit and I Ii i month Pru-d a: $20 OOO with oa for owner 3-room apartment and 1
a 54. Lots for Sale 1 buv Box 176 S-Star to date equipment good c eaa merchandise STORE
Owner 3135 Orange Blossom $10.OOO cash Balance $100 t ta to rent Part |
SOUTHEAST Nice residential section I Tr.1 shade Paved street S bedrooms 2 :._ I extra cottage rear close m good lease priced
at new beauty salon i 5.. m erest See Mr Stewart with $ 2- Exclusive REFINED middle-aged business couple business Property included
New masonry. 3 bedrooms car garage. big lot. close to transportatlon I ALTILOMA ST Between. Nebraska 'v furnished. ar garage right for quick sale $6 300 00 For I II
Will if
will lease small house buy Florida town $
room. dining room kitchen d-fur- See Mr. Martin with 0 P. : Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E I listing | I Williams Central -
1. Martie
b1D I full particulars see
2EDRoMi and Virginia Dr SO x 130 $J>0 OO suitable Box 183 Potter with Herman
den 1'. b.t. Attached I new Butanegas S'op Realtor. 60 East Pine: phone Concord and C.lhe.t : Washington St Phone 51:4 I I'AP.'RTMEST1 __ I Realtor 21 West Washington Street 9555
1 garage and other fine stove I.rl.lots deep well Near 581. I Sorlh.ast Dartmouth I' unit month : Many others too numerous to menI I WANT A MODERN ranch style house Phone 8106 617 Orange _
corner 1OO x SS OOO S
A featureg. Financing can be store bus $]265 Cash or termsto IS 0 I I If you lion See us if want a home from owner 3 bedrooms 2 baths TOURIST COURT-Well
St East 9. <
ranged Call Brock Steel with responsible 0. Owner George W..mor.l.nd i| are \interested in well located busl- i iI I with income n"l Hatching or fireplace 2-car garage. Orlando w highway New concrete
f 124 S800 Dolllns Next 430
nault A J4nnll. Inc 672 ar-I King 1401 W I to DIUt ness lot with we be glad i: Me. Busch 409 S. Orange phone Winter Park Paved street high lora I I GROCFRT-MARKET---Stiper Market log A Real Monev Maker
Wuhlntoo. 140 $700 00 Elizabeth .n Ideally located Ample parking facilities
M Orange l.Vn. 10" I' to show and price HermanGoodwin tMJ tu>n. Not over $14 OOO Write Box 173 us show you Roalstone
2 BEDROOM frame bungalow large See and make ofe. Mod.rD I Ave and RugbySt : 2-1 Cleaa stock and fixtures
N Close in home and I screened porch electric kitchen 3 bedroom house tower 10O. x 143 Pal Ivanhoe : Inc 677 N. Orange S-Star_ _ _____ Currently grossing $2300 to $2MO 22S12_ _

H11M s property '6 ft on paved deep well eUctnc pump. chicken off Winter Garden Rd corner B vd. Northeast S 25 0 Blvd. I 985o or 6660 I HAVE TOO PROPERTY to sell or weekly 3 year lease available at $150 1 1I TOURIST CABINS-Trailer
.ay 22O ft deep bedroom house shade trees 5 acres of beautiful Kentucky and Robinson Furnishedor and Oakmount 158 x I.nho 6 furnished I II renf Southern Classified Real Estate I per month with option to renew Location One of Florida g
A.R furnished home in rear large oaks grounds half cash Virgil not Mr Bell o.oc. Frank Realtor:3. I ARlHOUS bath extra EXCELLENT LOCATION for smallbusiness will be required on Sundavs. I Louis S Dohve Broker: 27 W Washington hlehsa's You have good '
shade ". with cash $6.75. Cr.b. 57 ) 1 I thoroughfare IDI I October 19-J6 November 2-9-16-23-1 I perception You instantly
0 12.0.0 Jon. with Moss Broker .. 2-1710 land $ income on main : 8412
_ IDcud. J70. y..rl _ _ _
ItJI' Mr. Stone M D B.I., Real- 132 S Main phone 6977 I i I i $25.000. fastest growing section in Orlando. j 3O Send description of your property :I home good location when shown
VALBL.i.r lake Two SO x I than Well ad with price OROCERYSTORE-With nice You 11 like this one $
tor E Churrh Ph 4767. 3 terms Howard Jones M J. 5O to lOll ft fronta at less suggest ai I
nearly new ; $65O each I will along side Forever safe from
$29 I o 1 cost front foot. Buy I for your approval Every ad published I bandit Prescott V Steele
SUBURBAN bedroom home Moss Broker" 132 8. : phone prevailing per
completely rash to Balance like I
h.ndl. .lt I $1250 for both .1. L. Jackson terms and watch : in one or more of above dates competition Only spot toned for 1820 Let s talk it aver -
furnished '0 x 250 lot. Close to school and shopping Hampl SIX room fra-n house bath water ; 6432BEVERLY 9-7 now on our easy I business in this fast-growing home
31PI Central Avenue
near hi-way 17-92 north 30 minutesfrom Broker. 531 N Orange 5013 system electricity with additional 4 apartments I your investment grow as you pay will be reprinted without charge m reUhborhood The solid
; i i APARTMENT Magnolia : masonry
__ I I SHORES-A few choice streets sewed and all utilities Fall Catalog Of Southern Properties I 17 S
Orlando $3.OOO down 24 lots for $3.SOO 00 See Mr.Martin furnished 65 lot In business and tile buildings are alone worth
Prl. HOUSE Almost! Al locations In this Call Write Southern Real Estate Desk
iM hnlh.d I I I are still available I Corner available if desired highway Newly built of
Total prc. 195. McK.ol4.Bro.r. of O P. S.op. Realtor 60 beautiful Owner 9921 or'' car-I York Herald Tribune Inc New the price asked but stork fixtures
Magnolia Farm Act now Restric .CIOo C rigan and Boland Inr New construction seven rental
P1I Phone I I.nd II I East Pine; phone .clon 834 I beer Mrense and home furniture to

I Lockhart _ _ I tons you Call 2-3129. W.I I _ Bldg 672 N Orange; Ph. 2- o51. I II YorkClty18_ I' with the sale $6000 now will apartment fer owner IL- '
W. Modern .
Rose Investment Co. BUILDIXO -
APARTMENT River Price $
5-ROOMRN HOUSE SOO t.r WE HAVE BUYERS waiting for all handle it. C W Walters. Realtor I on Indian
BCBtJRBAN-We have 2 nearly new down and $35 a month Phone II Orange Ave Or.1 Manor office 3355. .1 furnihe. 3-room units HIGH CLASS SUBDIVISION property types of desirable property For S, 672 N Orante 6SO9 I terms possible Contact

w bungalows north of Orlando on 4644 Private o"o.rMBUNGALWNnr ROUSE-Completely furnished with N Orange Av. I, Twin b. baths withshoaers I Northwest section. 00 ck results call H. F Boland Realtor __ ca Reg Broker P O Box

loa large lots Furnished and on bus 7 5 lots 35 fruit trees Price I8SJO CONWAY ROAD I alto ultra- bedroom In growing qu Bldg. 672 N. Orange; GROCERY AND MEAT-147 S. Court I nttIsland. Phone 398W
I DelaneyStreet slr..t. lake front'II4' Carrisan _
line Prices $7750 and $8280 For details school N.a acres OD p.nd _
loa 617 Phelps Ave Winter Park ptnhouse tile bath and shower All I I St Established business clean
bus lot. L 50x150 for S1OOOPhone8Kl Utilities. Excellent surroundings 2-4331 _ _ TOURIST COURT-Lake
., on Sunday phone 2-1068 or C electric hc.tlose in large corner I stock good equipment $3 375 cash:

I. R Emerick Realtor 610 N. Orange frul tree Easy terms Win trade _ _ lot riced to yield Wi Owner $100000 Lane with Herman Good- I I NEED LISTINGS on an kinds of businesses easy terms on $2.275 balance See dat, Plenty of room for

7348. ., Broker 4412_ I CNTRALA" W.-Corner business 418 Broadway win Inc Broker 677 N. Orange I -Filling s'ations. groceries owner at store.HIGHWAY I $25 000 cash balance at 5%.
A T _
7-ROOM $3OOO if desired -j. 9855. ___._ etc Clients waiting H F Boland I right Potter with Herman
residence T.m.
-- Modern"motor
Lf ST.-Neat and attractive very FAME2-.ton APARTMENT AND GUEST HOME 17-92 :I
SINE Clark F Bryan Business Opportunities : Realtor Carrigan Bldg 672 N. Orange Inc Broker 677 N Orange
furnished bedroom framehune h.rdo 2-.r garage Eas 1 And beat the high cost of living Close m Bxrellen location 10 court 9 units restaurant gas -tation -
oa pretty lot Must sell owner Uy Ask coonr.d to duplex Price $13 OOO I Twenty acres all ready for planting I _II8 2 E Central 2023. units Returns 13, on investment INCOME INVESTMENT Well 'o- I 2-4551 :. 7 aeres. 700 ft on beaut'ful I NEW STREAMLINED Bar -

"vln Orlando Special under $10.- Realto, H-nU. Harold V. I Four room cottage nicely lur- DUBSDREAD.COUNTY CLUB sec of $4- 000 Can be handled with 1 rated business property Purchase I WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves lake 700 ft on best traveled road I taarant Living quarters
37 E Central dial 6137 Large $495 I of property will Include an excellent and homes For Corner 2 main highways
business property
0. tools etc Immediate too lot .5 some terms For full details contact into Orlando WU stand strictest inS wp
53650 WI LET you move in t,1 nUlf See Mr Wmclham with ps. t.ms. Pay mODthJ. Have tot pa Clyde McKenzif Broker 114 W. Ceo- going business now doing gross business I immediate sale list with F A Al- S spertlon $43 500 good terms at 5*" I IS S neon lighting Priced to

One frame home 6 rooms and bath nvw house not Swopa Realtor 60 East Pine: phone for when m.ten.1 becomeavailable. teal Ave Phone 2-477 of $100,000 per rear Profits will I imm Realtor 37 W Washington S Asher Peter Realtor, 12 S Main I Eliyabeth Smith with

lust out of city A good buy. finished inside with lot. elec high depend on management This is oae SMITH Broker 2-0-86 0I Jennings Inc Realtora
f Uml. lan I D.ncp H iC "ciplraic NOBLE Pioneer sin _
$3300 tricitr water. near 581. class section is to increase BEACH property of Orlando most desirab locationsand ante 7234OPPORTUNE
Iore. shol. bus. bund on nearby lake swimming and cerely wants your listings oa I HIGHWAY 17-92-Restaurant. beer ,
line for valuable development
rapidly in value today ahead in
Realtor 32 E Pine Balance rent TIME to
F Slayton
E UI. George homes lots and business
S1 Kirn of this increase We have boating Neat income from 3 nights or Increase In value Robt R Tyre grove' I wrae gas station 20O ft. paved
Phone bISi. Washington dale represeatatlve stork
101 BETTER CLASS HOMES Have several large lots right on the sm golf per week Details in office of Harry Realtor 13 W. Washington St. Phone property Ph 6911 124 S Main I driveway 6-room owner s apartment and home

StHSIE-2 bedrooms. sleeping FURNISHED 5 ROOM HOU&2 above $10000 that are way b.utfu Water lights gas and bus Heath Broker opposite Vogue The 6174. NEED FOR Northern buyers 2-3 unfinished cabin Space for cabins accessorIes
Clurse. ed In good block OB Orange
S : bathz: 2-.r car..e; screen*! porches blow replacement cost See Boerst- .. '.. Paved Carngan & arre mClonlaltown_ bedroom houses furnished or unfurnished or trailer park With or without lake !

large corner lot with great 0.1.h.d. kitchen n..wall paper and Pot H.n7 Burch Broker 916 I und Owners Carrigan B BUSINESS BUILDINOSr-2 excellentdowntown I One prefers new bouse frontage The Midway II ml. N satisfactory lease Salt
Call Smith Henry throughout Terms Blt. DIRECT FROM OWNER 2-story Orlando Rt I. Box IIS. MattlandJEWFLRY income to Justify asking
'f $.5.. Bro"u. Kohl. 2-1090. No ".189. BJ Kuhl 2- _ N Orange 3-4j51: .. 2534 locations For full par brick building Has 3 store rooms Frank loore Broker__Phone 9720_ rlusUe listing See Art I

116 : er 597 I WANT A HOME Better see a man .. bERN V=V-> >O' t luUrsf (sep 11 Kit tedHe A Son ; on vround floor. S apartments second V.E HAVE BUVKKS For better type STORE Downtown bust I Rb I. Prod Realtor ,

SOUTH SIDE-3 bedrooms: 6-room LOCATION' & CE. Tops .ho knows Florida'! I hate specialIzed fine ca"EKKA, .". ,.. H. jltur1" F C", .'rallh",0.-117t, floor 110..otowo !location apartments sell li>, ate.1 h,'mes fritz $7 SOO lu nev. se. Ion Wonder!,il Ofnorlunl Orange 24596tContlnned

hous: frame: good condition Fruit all SIS.000 no I. furn.s- in homes farms and groves for or house Bantam cash terms or Cli \ lU.ulS-Urau B!'u.om Trail all newly decorated Owner leavingrity $25000 For resuas 1 list with Caeoaugh. \- for aat,fimaker $.
.. $675..0 termg Noble ed fO.I.e. Good buy Ib.Cl- I i many yeara O A. Dearing. Brller I t.d. owner George King 1401 W 1 Cement block building 2500 ftI Apply 217 W. Amelia or Sls I Realtors 4 Washington Arcade fixtures plus Inventory C P Sham On Next Laj

Smith El.t.; 61. b.Uh. R..lor. N.t..1 .. Rout 2. phone County 39R-U. Washington St. I floor space Owner P O Box 4141 I.I Lake Dot Circle Ph 8429. I 4308 I way Realtor 140 N Orange: 3.3282





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.t. 8usInos Opportunities 64. Help U anted-...male 66. Sales Help Wanted I 3-1.. .Auto_Parts-Accessories. 75. Used Cars for Sale \ '6. Trailers-Trucks for Sale I| 7S Trier-Truck for Sale_ i 'utibzij 'tl1tnr- 'tr |I

OSE o nt &ST&I.ai Oro- MAID Housework and I SALESMEN WaDtP. Over $21 .n I Color. 01 excellent trade duty tra.l-r. American 4 New Soutbem OR-'O.
r. IB the Well laundry Hours Sell suns : for almost any make hr.t. tires I Iorsra boy heasy trDpr : mO.1
.r. tokt br" cutom IS.I I I Excellent condition endnIn. '- Bell sleeps! fas InI J I 19-
.o ,oed ,._ location 10 call 2 No competition Write Concord auto C. A Pr.o" k Son. 1010 saie 2-61. t.el. !E. 1
P-iced at S10.00000 _W.1(encroast __ -0 __ I Crafts West ConcordMass.OALESWOMESEaio Church. phone 8811 4 and 6pm WIlbur by the S'.. Daytona I I ner
>.mi to raaoarsihl .lb NURSERY ATTENDANT-Good rf.r- extra money CHEVROLET COUPE 1939 extra : .." Phene Count,642 ;i I I p!etc. SI 69i Accessories Coleraaa I JOB
P,r..,oft Crnrai V Steel* ..n.ol2-tl 19" : ernoon cUres weekly Far AI Nursery. extension 1 for Christmas Part of full tune ; 74. Autos-Trailers Wanted clean. 5 new tires. a. IOU house HOUSE TRAILERS 2 ft new '. arid ,Preway 5. bottle; stove say. equipment parts doliiCTr.in etrAnkrrr '& Trailers-Truck for Sale
eaue trailer: ike ,
Sell NYlon Hos err commission rooms new United electr-e butane .
Tr Irr $ Orange
101; LL 12<4. Call Monday _ G free Delaware WASTED-Any mace any car rfn..r.te.. .1. ENJOY YOUR VACATION .ro" the
LIKB TH1* Hardware bonuses personal awning 2rLiberty -
8to I AUTO : .n pl.nor aD tr.lr gas 112-3 cash Blossom Tr.'i Ph ZSQj i wr-ld s r'Dt'.T to..lr.'r..r. S25
nation the
a $4 Vm OisU 2.10. I Hosiery Muis Muddletewn.DeL I More cash quicker Wrkygyl for $ Inquire after 5.3 I m used S weeks S120O cash. 'I, ; at fi3snaOet000S
s.P $
ee.. Sine I Motors 51 N. Milis 2-21"4 H H TANDEM-1947 In 4 ..nd6pascn.rr .Sp.r'.r'I.no.
1. SALES ___ Bo.n. L 6. C.rol MOD finance 25' Roys 5535 cash ZIMME1 ',, Enact Rr'
A EECRITARY-STtIIOGRAPEZR---- I DlTUBUTaWauOo Trai Court f2 Now dSs- T'oa' 5" NT ,
u'COR"U I er Many es models on 111 exTa e arfe.
e.11 seal AUTOS WANTED-WIlL pay highestcash bl.ncr othpr. 1. Sa.- 2I Ii Orasse Slovs.mTrsii
-- Tra".r ,
BCwTSKasi :OriO gressive. versatile dependable to < all a um num awning plend.dprofits I i price for your car Inc CHEVROL 2-door .d.D. $275 1.5 155. wt trade OI cot ploy 27-ft ione metal! body elecric -' U. c's e'c'raa -.. :c c - i
..0c. wIth haute adiolnmi assist buoy executive Must possess Exclusive franchise for dealer.I I' 142 Garland 2-4347 or Oln. Orange C.r. 242 N. Oranse tggrs .rd lot Wlnur. 3330S refngeationd bottie Sax AOEWSP.RTAN"h"; 'carr'rr. NrE'r ra1 and bdy vk-jrk >t
AI capable of re1apooaibiiity I ; l 24 .stove A' low as S2 395 IP 10 .>O I BUY -
ben .om house Extra lot 2 L IttU. Age limit.W.35 Sn. Small investment Call Monday. 2-81. i iAUTOMOBIeep Phone : 814.CHROLIU6 Orange_ _Blossom ___ months t o pay Frank Reed 201 N. .', AR or 'ori gas "o'r ourIi'- CE'5.
RT cvoa AreIF Empire Room 349. O OTurner I
open resident HOll Fletutr-2- HOUSE TRAILER-2F late 1946. like i 0 rasa. SbossornTraii OrIr82S": F-a. Reed 207 1'1
p.r.al P. or tracks I j 1 '
YOt A".RtOl 2-4591 o. : : :____ j Wil ha. new Electric brsk's. awning bu- Orange B'tr-y Ts :
pr.f. ae. SALESMEN you are tired of I I c : has your been car Used Cars 142 N. G.rla. phone 'anr Can be brat for $2oOO. Megs SO" LES WnGH 5OO- more @ STIVERS
.r, sirs how I waiting for something w breakanu anybody in : prosen. I Tracer Park S.Qrn. 'an Manor
o us yen asar obtain I let me it ,_. Martina Used 2-34' _ han Lttlue I Si' PONTIAC
an n, .,.snr. traainla for your to I can seil, here is th right job prove CHEVROLET-1941 4-door sedan .- Ssve now t Frank TrailerS
or ."S 12 required for stock and. 8TENOGRAFHEB citrus fruit j tot you Not : soft but highearnings I C.rs. 101 S. lfaln: 8409. I mechanical condition new BI M. 201 V O .ntf Bl nom Trail 63 W. Colon;al
n" traiB m I packing company tn Winter Garden for hard worker Ex- j jtenence G HOUSE TRAILER-1942 Ro.1 5..1. I
aid ,>.n.rirn* far thu r.tasiahod you: permanent good wo.k conditlons 1 in selling insurance vacuum I Ih I tr lt9 128 Page AY.: 2-22. 1 I, 4 Go rnndl'lol Best of.r se LIFT II A SPARTAN MANOR U B'e

I'.h. .itenand M *rttwd Boa buildIng ISO sVCtar prwdwct ta ., Box 92 BStarSALESLADIES ___ 'I cleaners-! educational in courses and etc AUT. WA'TW.. Will Beta cay fifty the I DODGE. radio-1941.Cub coupe. tires tow Central mileage ,n._ 39_Caroltta_Mol Pak. 1 I!1' u in low the as r$2552;aht manner Frank Reed New Traile onus Actual

!! -3 experienced yonna 1t.l TrrntorJ... now. .roua. highest cash dollar in Orlanio Jua Florida Motors. Jefferson and Garland HOPE TSAILER-20 ft 2 room !i Pates: 201 K O > BlOMQBl Tra1 : QUALITY CARS
f AM OOIWO >ah to seU our tine ready-totsr I- I dial 2-2424 Schult 40 model Br .ttle :
TiYa.i won 1 Wcstlieid. 714 AngeblU Hotel lied Cars. GOO W. CenU I 1. ,
Ro Jrtl MY In 1939 GUC l's ton
"'J W 10. shop 6s- eomisaionWTitO'' a m appointment la' oven ranse Seeps: 4 1(0w raint.perIcr EQt" *' '
DODGE-m and 1946 Both fm- 1947 OLDSMOBILE 76" 4 doos
rah me know 74 11 2PO S"-e at 1714 Belle I <
Boat I ronditOn. Ph trck
Lt wbt hve i .u.uUo. 8tl. j tom Like Jim 5'! b i iBARGAD .
new like
S r itter be a money maker sAY Experienced to sell i san b cue__ Sedan Radio new.19t'
B- .., lu.pJ.. O y. c,oM : TYPIST-Uust be experienced rapid '- millinery Write quaiUi- Cars ar 2-521. HOUSE TRAILER HOMES-A fine selection FORSH-21 ft traile: '

.n' Dora ToplrWIU. 10r. i and accurate PositIon for permanent 1, cations Box14S 8t.r. _____ i CARS WANTED-Any make or i FORD-1936 tudor. radio heater: ready! built will place on lake Aw-llne Butin. Mileage DE OTO t door Se2Ltie
resident only Sat afternoonsI mod located lots For half rash Pick loatP ''.
rrrchamcai good S2"5 4353
INVEST 4 or UuwMnd doF SLAN-Wi Excellent I I need aO to 10O cars each Dur .1 aove. metal! rrv., b *Kr< Lo
:In> prrvona: : m (omi I[ olt-C.l Z'WA'nO.- !!_ ': proposition day Bat prices are paid Chrnrv HlEhway upstairs in rear :I your home WI.rr. 3330 8. OrangeINTERNATIONAL 19. C.rolna: Tra,:. Path X i iI 1946 PACKARD "6" ( .'-vt r-,
.D wrlr. to those qualified References Rob I Bloivom! _Trail! _ _ ._ .
b ,>'n. N.restaurants 0 coin sat waite colored reQU j car 't.d. to Holly- son a FOHD-194 V-8 2 dodtUJdan ,nve, heater *C2a A::
". rnnmrfrred, (SIC, details m i red. See E C B eau. Ballot.I Motor Auction 212 B. Orange Bloe- Extreme I 1939 I'2 tonI I'I most .
la 1
2.32 new.
;.'ClSl ISO 5-Star I Phn woman I Hearing Aid distributor for Central I! sum Trail Ph. for p.rI.ra .. S16 5 805 E W.'h1&to I sake body o in's Used Cars 2U I
and salad
0110 BUSD Btorrt-imany I i> ahite. experienced p ease. For Hotel ,,5t Flo ida. Room 101. 6 W. Church D INC wants to say your FORDS-A Ford Dealer ..a good" j N Orange_ Ave Phone_2:4B14t I PENNY WISE i 1946 PACKARD Cus o r' -..tsey.I .

) a.t. rour.. rf. f..Ia dining rom. Apply Mr. Burney I !I I VAR'ER trck and will par top to see for used cars Heintwlrnsn I SPARTAN. 1 ke an sir CarsCHRYSLER I Almost new. has t".r "C -z,
Ibis I..en. i, Ft Room I WANT VJW an ulrl immediately D. Inc 3 w Livingston 61 j9 II t ESGISEERE .
bo'.I. r.at. .e.lr O.t.n D.n'D I '- prices v.rnr lr. liner for 1lr'1e or .r.te I 1946 BUKK
h"o< e"r Tell us what you uL business Ml.t Sales and FORD-1936 convertible sedan Sue models t Super Sed.VeI')1
Stldrb.kr 5.1t. 2t on new
wart Where prtre. terms "ol lORSO I have car Complete cooperation giv i Prepo. brnd POUND FOOLISH I low mleage
.I.p I has filing W. Central Avt Phone 2-3153._ to aell. Jm Cumbie Cars. 9. Reed 201 N Qn e Bios'om Trail
Open til
en. Sunday 2 5 E
woe s. time mrod .. our 47- I and ; i O-ange. 2-4- 21 1941 Royal) '' .
,tre C.I.loe. .- clerk Good working tOldlln I nett: :37 S Main Phone 2-x3.Bu- .. INC buy. sell -: SPARTAN 0R3-d.** old lia PACKARD 1"PO r "-

*O4. O'rlllR.d 'somew'hsut stead p.IOI. AIII Bo I MAKE CHRISTMAS- MO I Iname F MOTOR w1 the run FORD- 37 coach Clean as a pin fully equipped 21-M Winter Why 'hw colctttot wIle-n YOU Driven less ,eidrive. p:ac.:cIM5 ... -: ,.
otat.tond'n ..11" Brougham.
32'3 : inside! and out See at Joel ill Park pune
See 200 W Centra3sir .
: e ) mailed fre imprinted Christmas notes I ICards dJ rID : to 7r Pr-flO'S a
I :1
S'rn J R..II." Tiai, W ColonialD POSITIONS thaipaygood are plentilu |! that are really d.tr"nt. Sam- I 316. Rrst..nl 2998 Kuhl SUPERIOR 1944 Trailer Price Whiner! Motor! on vojbicc e. than 25.000 miles by original PACKARD S'e.. .

-\.' P O Bay 1>a3. Orlando Flamn for beauticians Let us each p rs Ire Dunbar FORD-'39 sedan This ca I clean Sl jO Gus North El Pinto Almost nets
ford. I L.i
you Florida Beauty College Jaik FRANK RE realty: .no.. how to and has .1.. been we! for owner Equipped with
I, Rl 441 Box ,
ANY 1YPB of buMnm *er u' YOUXYNEVE-HV-T set dollar for your car c.rr Pak F."nl. 218. -lWCAD1Il.\C t.uci -; 14I4
f i ii fee Joel ill .
peak 8t le.el" son\.l. Ilord. i iI I a Rrt.lr.nt. of she drive. .
o > Whitney Spies! or equi y. Cash m five minutes Kuhl SPARTAN-Choice everyone fluid drive and over CVCCitE -' I
Ct. Realtors '0 Meicalf i associate m.n..r have been with -i Whr give 'em away Give us a : wants the best S asenosa I l.nl
B.(. 2.3269 65 J.lp.an..d-Male | u for Jan : are a aO..I:I In-.re 201 N. Orange Blossom !1 FORI>-1 4O Z-door srdaa G me Reed Trailer Sales 201 N Original black finiab. like PLYMOUTH :.'tifl- sir
man 59. don chanical condition Blossom I .
age Sedai1M1
LEASE Lo.ated- one of the burl : 8BJ 110 TrilSTDrBKE19H
be thoroughly I Tr.l Interior
BOILER MAN-Mast spotlessly
this ket Jim Je Used new.
est %' in town Building ts fully cope rience d aid capable o! a umng : opprtuD.t, to obtain r"clu. Paid for 600 P. .1 = C.r. 'a.tofrkuP' CHEVROLET I? .
: CASH 1.-
l equipped for Gtn,1 and MeatMaCut for nigh tern'lnal for HHE lo.'c.n _ _ I clean. Will give practically
The is and the oirple reponaibll'Io Dr I tonal! o'.nlton. oldest and lr.' I es. Winter .I FORD-1$38tudor. Excellent CIt.ton ,, Pie C.r. _9O4 N Orange 2-4521 MOTOR SALES
boilers See Ms Yo nt .
SrI-rn of lease rxrrllrnt SorrY no pressure of i's .Ith hundreds of Fairbanks Slew York. phone radio airplane the same service as a new These cas sr-Id! ;sI!> a 30 dav gszs.astor -'
: 6O W .n phone InformationLt'. talk. fteer ; I phllips Compan._ RpB lied dir-nix in the Orlando area 512 Lakeland ___ i i rr 52295 i.lso. t.-I- 802 N Orantt Phore 2-48i We cat ca'I: for used can.
BOOKKEEPERAssistant I Large ncrrase in current sales and .ompPt. TrnIhor.
V Since i R 8. Worlds Largest Auto
Prr"ot S'el. FORD 1941 .
EVAS. 21 ft $1993 50 Rogers Trailer
I offii xork I orcitrus I 't&r par*- still increase ahead sales l1f et.Lw :
1'20 45 Wet CentrlAverue r greater in only interested la buy i --- J INC.
1 rr.i-esse I C McKELLAR
tndlattaAve off
I me company in Winter Garden Permanent expansion program based on brand D.I,finest Will purchase any I mrdl.ncal pre. i !.1.I _UI t.1
OPERATE PROFITABLE mail order owner I, FORD. 1941 2-door Sedan.
good new plan: moot Iarorabl I Cal home when and -
poiit on in -
or..Du.UOn make or model and pay an unbelievab SPATASour
compn.tton Tear
Splendid Alley 9160 2OS Ave S.nfor. -
opprunt Box '2 S.S' I In our 43 rear-sex- :' Call I I Ij )u.oll I it Ru ycowa 5I
otee the spot
aBUTAUFFE e pr ce on Driven less than 43,000
"TT. Fond. Boln.s Sn'.rr. Sx iR cook-maid perience on his big upswing 4321 or 4771. P.FOR194 I Frank Reed Traitor Sales 201. N 1
S3& Flord. couple.D State ref hirh I gaming momentum every j I Super deluxe club raN Orange Blossom Troll miles by original owner I

GO UuslraPnbll i I .ntr. Marr.d expected and experienre monlh. I I Ii Ts drvrn only .0 ml". SPARTAN MANOR I. easy low. LOOK 1I .
u.nr. sl.n .. t
I Har
route Write P. O Box 1087 Vk inter Position I. Associate Manager ta BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 $ C' .ou'l hover know Its new and has had the best of
.5 I Intrrrtted_ rail 931-R _Sanfon I Park charge of _flce. Experience in oar i ."to1s.D older cars Barley OrageAve 8S9 Sp.r.n Manor Sate 177 on n.
particular line not required as thorough i Orange Ave I II care and attention. .
SMALL and 1 W.C..on fl: Nort FORD-1920 model A coupe mode Eying Reed Trailer
RESTAURTBr CLERK or Junior i spr r.I.
nr !, LIT BKEE : training is given by our Telrpbo. 857. A rare Profit s 201 N Orate Blo 5tOk eul..nt j trim
I Popbtt
on new.
atountan l.n.r.1 manager Continuous close "YOt'R \ K \RD DEALER"
i naUlartert. low Pr. (4000 .. auditor For rOp.tln GET TOP CASH your car i ii II Used Cars o W Cpntrl 1 f for :
a I 'hE
See CraIg with H.mta &31 I A1.rplY bOll ma,;. stating tot. I from No home office in I.d C.vel- I regard:ess ef ,PIC fo model Used II FORD-194" cO\rlbl dubcouP rtcS3 1ondllon.o&e. p.n.l terms. : 342 N O .,. v- \, rPhone :1117
i i
1 O- nir 51 I experience prior earmncs salary icI I dor.tOdor r.n".SID.VaJuablp rei i Car Exchange 219 W. Washington I Has every eoori tIres .. :.transportation I

WILL BUY-An- kid going business I I q1'.ne reference PersonneL W. I i quired Irnbl.large D cash advance at. Phone 2-2882. For sale at a very few dollars over on grove work Seats for 12 persons RED PRICE TAG : PLYMOUTH 1941
Ir honest and moDes For Company Howey-in-the- commissions Give phone number : drlv.1 price Trade and terms It Also two '3 ton Dodge pick-up. 1942 spe-

QJ,d. art ion pleas write deta.1 J Hills. Florida age and :ul Information in your ivply. WANTED T, BUT good t tU. I; necessa.y B93 I Orange I good condition Terms if desired t cial deluxe 2-door Sedan. ,
from owners
Box 160 S-Star_ : around Write No 156 6-Star FORD sedan:; mileage responsible party Call O8Caa .
11.5.n Joel 111 2998 Kuhl Avenue !I lH-tudr atl.C
OPPRTSI -. Other interests I CARPENT-AU fe. MoprtyLseiing finest I R.t..tt. new, K. A Seen 1 mile east of Orla V.ta ) K. Driven actually 43.050

forr. sell my business In in West Palm Beach See George WK boxes cards and --- 671 ----I W Motors corner Garland Be;m.T' __ STORE miles by original owner
Pi?'ona Beach located on MaIn Et I KIng.Sundar 1401 W Washington stationery 18 Cb. I SPOT CASH PAID lor your used car Ame ia Sundays_ TRAILERS-Beat the housing ghorNg ASSOCT i

Reasonable rent also apartment i DRIVERS WANTED-Only those .no up to 100'- profit Write.ssorlmnt.card .J. C McKellar Your Packard I -pD e. put your rent money In a Painted a beautiful tulip R. S. EVANS

silablr Well established lucrative I are thoroughly with Ori Leader on approval and tree offer D.l. 342 N. Orange Ave Phone FORDS-Coupes and "d.n. plentyI tral:er. Liberty and "M" system SD

writ a reputation of custom workmanship i Undo streets will f.Dla qu.lly. Apply t Dept 61 Sliver S sn gtudiog 329 51.. _ I II I o choose fom are lots ef I Sites with bottle gas stoves and electric cream. Interior nice and

SpecIalizing In upholster I Mr Howell City ._ _ Fifth Ave N Y.iAovmSWlh. I I I GET CASH V 5 MINUTES Any I- folks like mnrl ..en.t got any u.. refrIgerator Young Trailer ANNOUNCES2DM clean. Radio equipped.STUDEBAKER .
me slip co'.. drapes auto seat GROVE CARETAKERWorking I abffltr make or sning-AJexsnder I or busl. a S4.OOO .Utooll! Sales. Orange Blossom T.U at
rot ert bar tool<. bothand; awn fon .i 501 moe. Ave. Phone I: one like I got plenty th Amel'a
Three power machines and well I man rxpn.ncr only ISO A. fm han. I Motr.. price of *19S to would do JU' I 1941
Should hare 13. TRAVEIITEiftonsrttel trst-er AT -
grove house with water I Uaxry _
equipped' also station wagon Wilt ra. J. IO w-el! I good
and lUlu school bus service Give Church 12 to OR TRADE us c as .oe on.J alumInum! body butane gas e ectrie DAILY DOZEN
for first year Box 1S7 I SEl yu r Smith 711 N Or.nu.FORD11 5
Par I Champion
tl5 I passenger
R bed I
full information age family rduca II WANDWom.n not I .Dlr Buick Co.. H. -. r.r.tor pr.nPt box
8.SII I "on. refIt Rohdr Sebring F I| can rmplore., N. Ave. Phone 5410 after II springs and mnerspring mattress 3 Coupe. Thoroughly reconditioned -
par tl. Very Central I clothes closets.
4 20xS
IEAL SMAL BUSISESprts I HANDY MAN. to .orkmfernm.. : or more per Avoncustomers I p m call 4646 tl.1 JrP new I
and Gsr- I awning other Almost .
I one who ran tage charge: steadypositIon I Start now and get YOur for !otor Je.oa "Ir. lewS2950 new factory
day Couple only no extra help] re- OS-THE-PT CAS-p ,0 land dial J E Hemmerle lot 41 Carolina
ouired Price $25011 cash A. T D..la. I ; wife could help L.tr imiles I customer list built ready for Christmas I Cumble i Trailer P.rkIMEIT cntiltc. Interior nice and 12 -OoU andini Buys Listed Daily
I south of Openings in FORD-1941 club New paint I
IT S Main Metaourne ..a.broa b"m.. Orlando I 9O4 North Orange Avenue Phone eop.
11.1. i U S So 1 b.ab.a. Ca I and surrounding towns Write 2-4521 I good tires la Central clean. Newly painted a I
Na: ___ ___ _
cells Fnnny Boa 12. Dillman BIS Broadway I Florida Jefferson and I I
Uotor G.r
1.Bank lan, -Sfrricp' I| : l\l.br. P.1 LADIES-To tlrordr for b.lui DON pay T SELL Gt.l for you less can than for your we will old land 2-2424' ____ _, DEUVERT WAREHOUSESALE beautiful 51 e\" color. Good .CUVROLET-1941 Town Sodas

FIRST NATIONAL BANK In.t.nI I MAN-To install Venetian blinds: bedspreads car arttn. 1 still ,0. FORD-1940 Convertible. club coupe tIres. Ii Very nice __ _._ lidS
; ..n' loin- department makes IrI 1 to do ...mbl" work I"pr.neee I Write Lady Novelty Co East Lake SoP around It here Jim Cumb Cars. 904 N. Orange: I

I ."na In.n auto loans hnan.P.1- pref.r.d 182 Edg-ewater D: 2-455. Station Birmingham Ala _______ others have done Central! Florida 2-4521- MIL i C0000E-lodS Coups. A send
makes appliance loans FR4. MARRIED MAN to-..olIond.tr: LDY-to' lovely guaranteed 1m Motors L P Hasan P 2-2424 HUDSON-1942 sedan 5975 Inquire : runotue cor for --.------- $715

I".n.n p'ans d.l"n.e te ssTe Ton Ph County US I I etc direct to friends :YOUNG MAN 41-or '42 : Moblev Trailer Park SsnfordOrlandoH ICE

moneT 4'h serylce 1910-M2_ : : I n'rhbr Bu earningsOur 25tn i car from WANT owner at m.1 shwsyJEEP CREA .PUICE-l148 OtBtary 4 door sedn.
I Air conditioned Open 9 to 4 exceptSsturdST NATIONAL COMMERCIAL reporting Thogersen Hosiery Co.
9 to 12I3ALLMEN company needs full or part time : Wiimette.jll- I For quick sale apply 1999 Cornell 1700 miles Jim C. I -- --.------.- ..

Inspector Mutt have and be ACNOWk..S25 SO boxes Asp Ph Winter Park 525 W. C.r.94 NOrgnce. 2-4a21. CUSTARD MACHINESFree I
.lt. I
ra I
CHRYSLER 1 40 4 door
. LAN' cost you I. rapid typist Reply P O Box 1329PRESSMANKluee i Xm AI5 50 and LINCOLN-T942 4-doc,.sedBri i H3 N ORANGE AVE. .
35 for 11.1- Radio one owner braak MM re*
Compare tl
embossed with 5. Used Cars for sale
a.m. on lent condi'ion. 11200 \
and -
thr>e riotS When the loan Is foeS heal Chief Preso. ).iI.V.r Samples and selling plan on appro.'al Seminole AceiaCi.'RY S I.UUtO sad .."le tor -- _- -- _-- C1M6OLOMOBILJJ j
101 you get $ 91-Payments t 8 34 I Apopl. M.rll OWUllamEt Dept 41. New ALTO ALCTION-200 to 5 cars I 11
t isn you get Itt-PsTmems 12 SOf SAW MILL HELP-Apply in personto N J and trucks sell every Tuesday I 1941 4-d -i94ire'* aettsa
-> 1007 I 623 E. Central h.r Beautiful car Florida D. Varner Inc. e't* Rad.o. runs looks ud drirverv
00 YoU get 1KB-Payments or w1.pbo. IF YOU Bile starts 1 p m Sharp Looks like i I SUNSHINE SALES CO.
ARE Motors Jefferson and i __
IIr g TOP yoU get S7'Pavmrnts 2:0 2 2064 yon a deal In real estate now we sli have over three hundred ]I good
rr. I 400 you get T72 Psvm'nts STOCK ROOM MAN-Prefer young Gardner "o Estate Atency 29 S -- cars and tturt for next Tuesday. i I G&1.n41 Exclusive State Distributor I !
get 41 7tlOOO 1 .PLYMOUTH-mi 4 door seda*
r.I.. ( /O. you 4"5P."m.nt single person between ages 21 and Court. Dial sale We 11d a hlndreo carsin 110TORCYC Iacl.n
you act 9n-P..m.nt. 8334 28 High school education 2-48 the storm last pl.tns. fnis 11. See any 405 Hampton StreetP 234 W. Central Axe Radio Looks tood perfect mo-
AooTe mnn'rlT pavmrnts 12 month.. Ples ant work in excellent I AT LAST Something; new .D-- ; were here from Ala v m. George Orlo I br __ -
Pa'm.nts for 1: months are smsl.erFieures ngs starting pay national'" in Christmas Ama&i .r Tenn and S C buying We are O.I-I vista Turn south of Winter Careen O HOT 2411 Tampa Plordis5HOUR Phone 2-3153 '
4 Include life In* trance to PST tween G 12 Monday r.qUlrd'l I log new "Oilette' Designs Like costly ins a hundred cars for on Innena D li house o left .BUICK 1M1 super 4 door
., Iou l i. case of death The PiestftIonal J C Penney Co T7 W. oil paintings Quick orders! Amazing .each sale. W caress -- -- I Radio heater original 2fta

a l.nk a Orlando 4th floor.Ile.a'or STEREOTYPER or I 29 and Big SO Profits for ti C.rd.28 ether name Imprinted ol o"nrr cars with less than five hundred 1 MOTORCYCLE. 74. a he Will- sell .n-D.i..' I ish Like new thruout __ tlSKDODG
I assortments I
SnltO. Atond.ton.e. miles on them We have new auction ear 1216 N Fern Creek
pressman srPtt SOc to SI Also St.tt __ 'I IM2 Club Coop Clean
I ring and more space
hours $63 if I
Samples on Approval .
romp as a Ida ITOB buiper to btoiper
Pro '
281 now t miss this larg
1.a 6%. Loans Up to S300 or tent monet No collect phone transportation ii sane pin advanced j Locust Dent 1O4 5 cit .Dn' car sale slr Eta GoffAutomobile MODEL A ROAD-Coup and. i on i ___ __ &13 5
.ay AUTO Furniture Diamond LoangEconom Io News Fort LauderdaleFla i, WANTED tn c,'AT v of ONCE Orlando-Rawleizh and severalnearbt Dealer Fla Auction Co Lakeland 'rcm sdan.$ and S24J o. Smith I 1 JIM CUMBIE SAYS! ..CDY8U Bow YG 4

Finance Company. J. F !oral:'es 'UN Or.ne.MOTOCC. I" SMALL RADIOS Table 4.oc CJena UInto8\ $1355FOdSl$41
ItH Burger Msnacrr 1008 Yekalf11ldtno. \11. Rawleuhs.., BtYICK-1942 Sedanette. JIm "
TUCK DRfERWlthouSbO Dept FA1-180 F. Memphis Tenn Sal and Console Combinations.
N. Orsnge 2-
Ph. 3-O339 : CLEANING
I (. Cas g04 Famous lightweight Super DPlwa t Sam

CASH LOANS-Quickly made on furniture ience Ph 23185.wEuf1R I .. 12 mIles per gallon; aNte. OaIuaft.t 8155

'I- atitos and diamond Or- Must b master BIO EARNING OPPOR rUNll'y : BI'ICKS-As well as other makes. ,- bump .r.n'l S35-$155 0 ELECTRIC APPLIANCES **
" Isnrtos own Horn Flcsnca Co 314 all formations Manufacturer of hirh quality prod- Nice selection Orange Bilk Co. down .",10 months. D Vanrr. A lady phoned to ask, Do .CRTBOIEr-1IU Seeds Deluxe

..hrk Metcslf Bid Dial 2-0304 Top pay good hours If you I arts bring sold throughout the United H Dean Ross f3 N. Orance Ave Inc -14v Central o PIANOS Cta Coupe Looto. tam aadArtve

... LOANS MADE from S10--to S3 : cannot qualify please do not apply I St.tP and for'll countries needsan Phone 5410. .I p.m. call 4646 1 i I NASh -194 4or sedan HaSrdiO SERVICEI you sell Used carsr"Madam.5 11&. new. ,______ S12KWK1.YS

strict priTacv; fa.t srrTice ".m.I Libby and Freeman '1 W. Church e>TPn' .al.sDt to take BUIC19nSpiitaT sedanette New and \ I RECORDS

S.nt. Inc. 32 W. St____ __-a- charge of pr territory In this EXepUon.1 condition I IS months Jim Jernigan Used Cars I + -1941 CoaMnemlcal Kit* eeo-

,nrd Pn.n.Pone 9BS7 _ YOUNG MAN WANTED-With high area Field training by Sales Manager throughout Jim Cumble Cars. 904 I 6OO W C-ntr.l. dependable n' ____ *>

te QUICK note .CA"LAS. -2- itarlu.; Cigar school* Tobacco education 630 Apply_W. Central central .su.Write immediate giving age substantial expetlence I BCICK N_Orange-1941; 2-4521 Super_. -door San :,. LMOBI-lSf. 6-rylinder: f 295. a.I QUALITY CLEANERS DONT MISS THIS I I replied. "Do inn
IIrU Ire Family Loan Co. 501 Florida YARD MAN experienced and one I .make and year mol of carowned i Th. I a nice clean car Pgge \ 2-O238 _ PHONE 6055 I mind if I correct ONE word In
to Mr
Pink BIle. R. W. Cams manager who is handy with tools and can I Arker. S& 134. Dallas .1. Jerntgan Used Cars. 600 i'OBILE'3 coepe Privately BIG SALE! I CHOICE

Ph/ne_ _ In odd jobs around the house Box I T.I. I. Central Ave splendid condi- your question to me"? I'

,. XEED IIOO QUICLY Oct It here 179 8-Star _ _ BUIC-193. 4-o adan.n new ion s Sat ."emol. Sunday ,
tnili. 0" Tour .rtart Foria Credit and Venetian \ K & Motors co'- 140_E Cur.b.PYMOUToup..
21 W Pine .,t of blind ENCE "n.no man Roberta cIAsRS-Ean cacti ncr of Gal.ne and Amelia Open 'I

Grind Theatre Bros.. "06 W _Smith St Ph 2-OJMS3 25 for I Sundays __ 19T8 Trouble NEWER CARS
$1 00 up value Also deluxe SELLING went .f
things oat -
00 S..Hon.1 practice
j YOUNG MEN-For counter work assortmentsSSTIP I CHEVROLET 1>. 4-
all MODERN LOAN SERVICE-B' one you are arid of hard .prk. pl.le I' pIon.supplies Wai ace Brown '25Fi'th I f.t condition; $ K' W 10 : when the h..1 along with bujjy whip cad
-b j I truck Stomp down good
jI do net our time Otherwise lor. corner l .n.
Dept TOT New York 10 G.rlane those round iron weights gied
I I $1>S. J. Smith. 711 N Orange USED yon
I of Florida oldest and most ex- appl.fansgerMoryssonicafeteriaWANTED.ALLRT_ Open Sunday _ CARS : FOR
"riIii j young 18 to i 67 Implrvment A I CHEVROLET-1842. 2-donr radio Ito anchor m horse with Today I
I perlencr imsll 1/.1 and finance 20 high school graduate to learrbusiness i like new: $1.195. K W Motors: PLYMOUTH-1939 4-or deluxe : you're the BUYER Madam ,
: S PERSONNEL SERVICE corner and Amelia Open I Radio heater original paint and '
Permanent job with opportupity PRO\- G.rlan I. .
11 BOUGHT men
everything u
1D.sI. ..m.n!. Prirste offices Confidentisl for advancement Those afraidof : ard Nj-irs. Rfl"f! I! volt ..n Sundsv 1 interior. A car you will be proud. to I IMMEDIATEDELIVERY
work "n'r.l ---' I Profit with Prophitt Used I sold
r.-m n own
work need not apply Apply Amer \ you I
service. Vo delay Terms ta suit I I I Tttr First atiwnal Bank at Orlamto Super edan
I lasni : Very
Jd1- lean News Co B32 S Hughey I h.-I" cal" ; ; CHt\ROLr-ouP. new paint; ho* Cas. 500 W. Central j lUIC-I9! f'sh. j
Trust offers for
Ernie said IU.YMOUTH-34. 1.- perfect condition -I
I Deprm.nt.
"Ulne sod
,.sx your Income Acreptsnre Corpr.tonor PrOS-5-ar plrnUfuIforbbrs 69. Work Wantfd-'tmalf I I'f "01 hold Tour mouth opn PI loreenough : Good tires. Can be setn 6014I sale at the highest bid subject to I CHEVROLET Town sedan
Florida Home otl. at 480 N. .o : nlb.conditions grand Let t'prepare i laughing at.. .010D. you'reliable I I Cheney Highway.I'ONTLACl939. I; approval of the Probate Court the 1 to choose fom. Both c-er> cleaa.DODGE I Today the public is Use bajer ef
I you for permanent paying wants to get romp thrown in it i sedsn condt- NAME moducta esUMaljed try the
p R12 S ision St Apt 8 S195 J. R Smith 711 Fin i fol i
Or.niO Avenue In Orlando Phone sition Free training tools I 01 J O.na .I See 1 to S p.m 9Ddl. 1251 \ns -ISM Sedan. good will of public cccepUace.
| monthly 1n.om. to veterans who can DENTAL TECHNICIAN Dsir. permanent I R.rid Road ph 2-
te4 qualify For further Information co i- work wIth 1 : CSIRVROLET-1938 Coupe
9135. Offices at Cocoa Winter Ra I [ in CHEVROLET 1947 convertible
PONTtAC-1542 2-door sedan coupe
.. tact Florida Barber and BUU1 Culture I dentist or laboratory. Rdrrrnte I! coupe A beautiful blue with radio. i| New condition Pbt 11946 I D TERNATIOVAL 1939 pantL'PNIACIMI we can supply you with your
"er I Colleges 11 Broad St. Box 170 SSiarHOUSEKEEPERFar spot light and less than ROO miles.Jim Ur. P.rfp.t PLYMOUTHDELUXE -
lift1- Yen and et Cloud Same seivicel Fla Jacksnom. --1 or-2-- i JrrnUan Used Cars. 60O W. Central I -29fil. _Mrs E.ltr_Call_Sunday two door Claims of affvertxriiig and claims i long-awaited post-war car at

--------- ----- YOUNG MAN to work or companion to elderly .du.t i Ave I PL1MOUTH-l94& 4-door sedan Nice i of salesmen have 1-een harnessed practically the same difference -

DID"a23&- 63. Mortgage Lan! AMBITOUS and assist on fountain R.fr.nrPrEsh! Box 153 p.ron S-Star. CADILC19U 2-tone ."d no. I looking. 24] ;blue Orange finish Ave Olin >Phone LsedCars I FORD-1937 Coupe to the plow el public knowledge. I I you would be required to

Call 9416 for appointment- MANLSCftlPT TYPING-Fast. accurate .. tondlton. 37, I |I BLICK 1M1 fedaa Extra pay your favorite new car
; By Webb. 2-4592 2-81 _ _ COUPE Super
FRA. -901 to BOB-Veterans OSEY tR-Air Fore School work Write Leigh Box orlll&o"n.
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on LAN new construction Rex eDI.Un.! All expenses :03 Winter P.rl Ph 543- : or 270 1 OrangeCHRYSLER PLYMOUTH-1941 Club COtal.. OtinsUsed St. go. !dealer were it possible for him

McGlll. R..lon. 128 I Orange AtePhone and at I.a. :a month while learnIng PBX-OPERATOR-An-evening I -1941 convertible Per- I Phone 24347.PACKARD193 Cars.. 142 N. 1\ Take when you buy a refrigerator to make delivery now.

4l7'ASSlO._ _ _ Never has the Air Force Telephone 181 _ _-.hrt-_ fei t mechanics! : Immaculate appearance $ 4-door sedsn M.ny others thopse from for instance sot it the NAME I
offered the young men or America ; SS50 down balance month r.T Driven slightly over old car
len Ol on eligible new 25 lv Ph lent condition Private owner I of that that Let us appraise your
the chance to .Ie.t one of more RECiMIOSlT-Aa Elp j Private Psrty 2-2688 refrigerator impre es
aDd rontrurton -McOUl, Realtors than 35 Air Force schools tre UP. phone 2-4'62 miles this state-
7,000 *
pPI.hst I today prove
Orange Ave Phone 4147. Box 174. -St.rREnr CHEVStOLET-1941 \cM most Of course! That name
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18 before signing UP. But right now. I 4-door sedan Set of : =1940 motor SEFELIX
trw HOME LASS To-buldplrrb.. and for a Untiled period men witha EXPERIENCED busIness I sidewall tires and new See this POSTAC 4-dorla to selL azures you of its value BEFORE ment.

.t.1I high school education can sign up her rortl. wishes posItIon :one before you buv p.lt. Jernlgsntsed Jim Jerniisn Used Cas. 600 W. Cen- This automobile inspectedat it IS OFFERED to you for sale!
r. Ire. Reduced costs Complete plansernce for 3 years or more and assuredof as hotel or manager Nave Central Ave j may N
Cars60pW t.1_ _
stIr available Including plans ; attending the school of their car: rompeoent driver. Free to tr.ve. CHE'RO19i12 1941 Streamhner Central Storage Garage West WINNAT .47 CHEVROLET Station WHMM
specifications and house model choice PONTIAC I
Box 152 S-Star. Or&aa i
tIred of looking .t worn I Central at railroad AU bids
I Radio spot light fog YOU re A\tnu iIt's
Park Federal with
You men previous service can '
ODe 8a.ln. CHEVHOLET Club Cmg
I and mechanically perfect Jim Jernl- cars and ar* the type of person who I the same in USED CARS. A
,.D Asm 224 Park Ar wn-I begin this carerr close to home '0. Work Vsanted-MaIe should delivered to Trust Department I
.. with reasonable .. ef a .oneyear fin Used Cars 600 W. Central Ave ."pr..I.a really nice car. see this b used car cannot be valued entirelyon
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one got show room lit National Bank at 44 CHHYSLEB n
,on. assignment In TOUT selected BOOKKEEPER 27 Part time In i 3. Jtl .th.L
LOANS en ail types ef property: lot r : the reputation of the manufacurer -I
Orlando before P M.. Thura-
Please reply
u.dpu Army Area or near Orlando :0
immediate -. :
short terms; low rate: ,
o service Harlow a Fredrick. UI I You may choose radio. radar weather 129 SS..rBuHR I CADILLAC-'4 sedan. Radio. heat PONTIAC-1947 6' 4-door stream- :; day. October 2, 1947 Standard Motors It has bad USE since it was M DODGE SEdan

la- N Orange ATS. Phone 8188MOVtY observation aircraft mechanics or work -yrs-ex [ er hydrtmatic white tires SI"50 line Fully equipped Nice low mileage ,: the manufacturers full responsibility door
: TOED 2
tareoa. control tower operation and .h.nr meat.ot 23 yr*. I down S113 per month. automobile Jim Jernigan Used 45
.1 the field your Army and Air ForceRecruIting in Orlando. Phone.rO.1 235 S.COLLEGE I 0Id..47 "98* club sedan Radio.I Cars 600 W CentralPACKARDl947 1- to the original purchaser.
2-325. '
III'1e11 AVAILABLE low interest officer can provide you Hughev St I h..tr. hvdramatle SI.400 downChrysler Clipper Like newin ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL 49 FORD > doer

. with complete and the ne.s.ppl..lon -'45 Town and Countryconvertible every respect Jim Currbie C.r.
C.t..ls II
..r rates en well located resldrntialand I sary bl.n... After our.pel.lnd GRADU.TF Bus1.sad- : Radio fluid drive N Ave Phone 2-4 ATWASHIGTON 44 MERCUHY 4 door town ndaa
)." business properties in Orlando You mill be as mm Itir-at .. position with I white ti'es. si.400 dosu ,,94 OT.na DeLuxesedan COLEGE PARK That is here we come w .In
and Winter Park No brokrrageBettes local firm Ate 22. married permanent MOUTH-1941
. a ahich needs a man three cars are equivalent to 44 MERCUHY Sedan
s.n.d Inl T.o ta VALUE TO
Cumbie establishing
Instm.nt Co Si w. Washington with A who ..d.nt Can furnish references I,> inspection cordially inCited Very cean.
highgood your young man -
I You Phone
I Cars 904 N A Phon 8:13. embarks uPnI.lon r.r.r in Box 166 S:Star l or sell outright TODAY. \ by ...lreuone I.44 PLYMOUTH dub Cespe

full this say ncelent chsnre }!'Y.TR :- El tiod-tJ: Wykiyl Motors 751 N Mills (t 2-4:21 HEIGHTS purchase a used car for you it ts
I Special DeLuxe .
laotn for rapid a size Dial 2217'CHEVROLT19H PLYMOUTH-1946 44 PONTIAC 2 door sedan
1.20 REAL ESTATE LOANS-Low .ot To Early choice will be best choice so go I '"pnen-p in itBox 169. -... gedan One with 9 actual miles I immediatel qualified with the

buy bund or finance to your nearest U S Arml and I 3 to choose from Cumbie MAXTLAND PAY name of a "JIM CUMBIE CAR" 1'4'1 HUDSON 4 dMr 1 4l3

..00nam.n business property Trust Dept First Air Force Recruiting Rut 71 Airplane Sales and Service tudor A good 904 N Orange Ave Phone -c.r"l..
National Bank at Orlando. 2nd floor.AlrcOndttlooed. land Bldg Orlando Eta Get I W. Good transpor I disk c..r
toa. fol iJE13 47 MERCXJRT COIIftfW
lu S 2:0 M'tb.n
alaIn Elevator service lull details at D nb is a' you TWIN ENGINE r.tll on Grumman I around For We have looked long sod bard for
CHEVROLET 1936 2 door sedan
,.-. whatsoever A real opportunity aaaits idgeor land sea and instranent -new paint< First 1375 quick sale 5150. By appointment i these exceptional values I 'MADAM. YES. WE HAVE '47 STUDEBAKER Club Coof
: ( 2 years Will '01GG. Veterans training Orlando go.h.p. phone 20855ANYO4E YOUR PRICEOR "

WANT IF loters mortgage on 1 h .stIles Country Club Ph Winter &'' 12: J.t. on_ looking for lew-cost transportation I NO USED CARS WE DODGE 2 door aedas

J onslId. business property as security For full sales Help Wanted Park 861 I CHRYSLER I 1 1I local representative WHY PAY RENT! I I'n
information apply Box 172 50ta TRAI2OINO Fords and Plymou ;1T.klor" for new Crosley s. 802 N Orange Ave I HAVE CUMBIE CARS. '
C IPI11t0r WILL for-i I ADVERTISING BOOK MATCHES I VETERA..S F.IH n I' ratings. Pick. J 5. C. Moton. : I, ANY PRICE I 44 FORD 2 door sodes

: years PAY6.-on-100 IO.- World largest direct selling Mfgr Job Iraining for Jrb.nc's rating. AvePhrine----- 4644.CHEVROLET194t. I 7t>. Trailers-1 rucks for Sale 6-Room House: furl.t: 190uS: ft. WITHIN REASON '
t COtar. I II MERCURY 4 door sedan
durlp 44
COO security Box 117 of Advertising Book Matches oite,- Cal Ryan Field Appl.. F.. Special DeLuxe lot !.. N1e laUol. 10. '
p.r. I opportunity proltabie sear I sedan Exceptionally clean 3 to I| BLS-'3" ON C. Perfect body Good I May I repeat a thought here
pmier (-S.a round sell ln1for\ T business a 7%. for Rent choose from Jim Cumbie Cars. 804N hijsp trailer, JP1 2-0385 ,I 4-Raom house lurnucpd t J f fc1 JUST T I'47 STVDEBAKBB. Pick-.9

InessHthts prospect Elp needed to ..r. AUt05-'rt1 Orange Ave Phone 2-4521 II I ICHEV : kitchen 62x231 rye emphasized
FIRST I i I. lot S:25. HOW MUCH please .
'. nDrR.-L'S "D.re.t Rrut Full or P.r time Facto yvers : CHEVROLET19i2toPlkIP i I'41 BUICK Station W.-
< Drive It
D. VAUltER DRIVE IT- 1946 Both
nne will Say loa to Finance build or Plan buy a ts home the In.lbl.Let us Sales Low prices Kit lurn or high shed Q".lu.Match Corp Repeats of yourself; low rates; by mIle or day I rleetline .819da: Like new Cumbie. 904_ N _Orange 2-4521. ', 6-Room 2 bedrooms frame mod.a.I this before "JIM CUMBIE BUICK Convertible CM
I D Varner Inc. 234 W. Jim Cumble N. Orange; ; !I, splendid condltsofl. nice la"n. 44 $
!SInCewelt show you how it operates See First Amera. 34J3 TM W 48th PI. Chicago U-DMvoI. Ca. 9. tao-ton tractor 288.
Federal Ssne and Loan .- I 31 Central Ave 2-31:3. 2-4521 : DDE-194 I Solid sides fibbedtop. 86230. CARS" mean more to you .
__ __ I CASH 44 FORD Sodas
lion so East Pine .t Court Street in HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF SYSTEM convertible Less '! specia extra tailgate for oranges -I I 1 i
ie.t't.et. downtoan Orlando Weekdays 9-2 i ADVERTISING 8 atiooIB Trucks and passenger r..for rent CROLY-Un.miles Jim Cumbie ; Low mileage inexpensive to operate ,, Sew 6-roflm block 2 bedrooms .ne- ; and to me. than Just BETTER t
knoan I 10
ally lest. lists sleeping M3T PACKARD Clipper
Saturdays -12M ; 11 hour day or week Low rates. 37a I Cars o ange. 2-4521 | Fine buy for citrus p oduce. c.tt.. 1100. Prh.
I I 8.' exclusive Ca l endars : Oranl.. phone 2-4064 or stock feed R M Yeh'ln&tD. In. 180. i USED CARS There tea 1'44
4 doorno
, sod Almanacs fine : di CHRYSUR1127. r.a-I Route No 1. DeLand Florida Ph. YOU WANT FOR YOUR CAR PLYMOUTH Convertible CMS
.nrs. year books will sp..I- JIM CUMBIE DRIVE IT 4, .ru..d N.W : '41 fume: very 10 :
witnLev \anttd-l'tmale ties has ,hoice t type model cars By day week ner Eatvilfe and forest City Roads : 983W I 6Room. school: bus.pPIIar greater distinction being 1 PONTIAC Eedaoette
I sincere successful salesman desiring month Competitive rates 904 NOrangedtal2 I Excellent COVERED WAGON Small just fur 11. WE DONT BARGAIN
CADILLAC 1941 Club coupe -
Mer BOOKKEEPER Experienced familiar I perntanenl Har-round proht.t.ton- -4521. I I condition- Jim Cumble Ca.I I right for 2 sleeps four S595 Ap I 6-Room pre"a stucco; 10 year cntt consistently maintained. '46 FORD Convertible Congo

ssith Social SrIIt. and "I'h- I nection Gelger Br. Neaak 4. I OLIN S U-DRIV E IT INC-New- 904 N O Phone ply L H Wbtnr. Sunny 50u'b At finish I.tn lot: shste; ttr -
holding tax r.tur. 2OO W. N. J' i for rent by day week month 1 .n. Trailer Park Orange, Blossom TralL fruit
First I or _
Church 2-125 CHEVROLET-1946 I'I II sic 10.0. 44 BUICK 4 door sedan
isioa.lea : I ADVERTISING -SPEJ.LT No redape. 2 locations 242 N. I dan. 1 o.nrr. Fetm.str M,. FEEL MOTOR Truck Tractor WE BUY I
la BOOKKEEPER. Experienced. Typingand I man-We need Orange Ph "--4814, and 142 N Garj i II Sss Harley Wadsworth.ttlal. mlP. i i Morl. 4 to 6 ton. perfect condition Room blot; ScsI large roomi. i .47 PLYMOUTH Club Coup
stenography .ssnual. Cite :and Ph 61 right Orlando blab lake view' ncst $10.-
odwlmi855 man to cover the Orlando territory I j 2-34. Orange : 8597.CIIEVROI.ET1946. I i p". guaranteed t.UI. I
qualifications Box JI54 S-Star handling the sales of Calendars Federal Truck Co '1 West Orlando Oldest Exclusive
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-R. CHECKER-CASHIER-hate l I cils Fans Leather Items and other : 73 Auto Service I Sty emaster 2- j i I I Robinson_ _ _ 7.se-l Car Dealer 44 DE5OTO club Coup
year or more expenence S-day advertising specialties Standard Advrrtising door touring like new 11.95. I i pick Needs motor Ed.ester Hr tn's homm'n: 100 to .
Udrd FORD ton -up
sillY' week S'atn. ul.r 810 Excellent I Ar Printing Company Fort i Fo BRAKE and wheel Harley adsworth.. 615 N. ]I I I work K and W Motors cor. choose from. tlOOO t S2SOO 47 CHEVROLET 2 door f edaa

.frr.nr., Write P. OBox258" Scott_Kansa __ alignment I-day JOB 1"lre Wh.rl :Ave __8597__ _ ]I!I 119 Amelia 51Ddn.i I
,It C.I pqure. offers excellrnt full I balanced whi:e you wait A I I CHEVROLET-1937 Deluxe 2-or i G.rlan opt Compete Information flnJ.e at USED CAREXCHANGE
I CALNDAR i fDERAL-TR-'rOR-1941MOrl-i; I. Bur how the w, Shot the finest se5ieeRo* ef
l. Or COOK ASD-lUTE married Also tme .idrln. .ellni We ran I Pranaek8ons.iO10_ W. ChurihALIGNMENT tounnl E1rl.nt condition $895. I I I I &ur ffir. I
act WriteBox Spring Free I Halr, 615 N. OrangeAve winter carefully wM ear from 45 to .41
ch.ufrlr I suppJ BOi tspeU"n !I I[ irfoo x 2O tires 2. OOO miles
.5-tn. 1"B Wmter .. II.tl I > Missouri I Prompt repairs by .Ipr I 1 194S Federal Tractor-Model 29-M2: "COME tIGHT TO CCMBZX" medals that we bare had ta. year. ,

. auto references. experience and salaryvsntrd I INSURANCE SOLICITOR For anics A ore-stop s.n'lcr Goodyear !1 tr lo motor !! Westinghouse air: : d an .f aU makes aM models to
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established firm Fire and Carualtvgood i' i ,ServiceTOO_: _N. Orange Ave, good body bil .od tr.n; 2O 45 OOO miles A. G W."GNE. .
L.t.. I OIRL FOR O rK WORK Suisle"experituted !I leads furnished Hive experience I BRAKES RFPAIRED. supply all I pratln $1'5 cash 1120 100 Ford I Truck with factory Trux- I artect turn.VOO .

am Die typUK ;gotxlOPMrtuBity and b.'k&rounl. Hue opportunityfor yojir auto n..1s: al tires ..I[ CI after i. clock_ _ I more tandem axle 8'25 tna 1 M MONTGOMERY. Salesman 219 W. Washington Bt.If JIM CUMBIE CARS
LI. Florida .redit \ W .mLI1 ll man Box lisa 8- and oil DIxIe SateS Sectrie. 55ithatftoone I{ CADILLAC--IS41 "62" hydramatic !! ft closed boY 40 OOO N. Dial vm

. with Hue St 1st nl.lr&., kast ol Uisua star : Sti 1 Exceptionally clean Jim Cumbie ,0 J Cre 1418 Edgewater Drive THE ShERIDAN Orange
'1 N.re. TteatfrHOlbEKrEPER R 1 Cars 904 N Orange 2-4*. 1 cal < 41 not conven en' to bring your car 1104 S Oran.e At. DIal 2-4121
1E Far Pepper i BODY AND .JNDE"".t.D and ; : \ W. Central Dial 4321
OetieraFliouseaorkr I' beverage roiteo 4pp > psi..t-ru' g CHEVROLET-193e- d.tOD GLIDER House trailer. 21 ft J70O 1209 Edge".ter Drlse i. :n. rail 2-2882 and our ep'tsema '

>,' on prentl-.es pritsie room Dr Proper Sot;,ng Cc Or.a.Bios *ausfact on .ua.nt.pd. d1 c.rn Mus'el:' Soar Go. Stat! a.nI r.rL.I" 14S w 4th St andS ii i I tivt will r.1 on Toa immediately I .1 l l01

L and< bailS Apply Box 168 1-la I som Trail ald W Crnt.1 234 W. Central Ate Pbone 2-3153 I Fairbanka and Ora ll. Winter P.U. B:otscra Tr.1 J .

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is an honorary member of the Orlando Day Nursery, a par- fIDI: :
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3 f| fice for a periodic check-up-
r ___ < d "j Mrs. Duncan T. McEwan,
". ,. I health chairman "
t sees :eI'
I ,, !II s t J children on their way t and .m
H I' the background are Mrs. t
.. .. h v Martha Lancaster, nursery
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O matron, Mrs. Hqrold Anderson, ,
H A FEATURE OF THE DAY NURSERY ASSN'S. of the nursery children. Seated in front of nursery school instructor, and
daytime schedule is the education department i I the blackboard is Mrs. I. A. Mayfield, treasurer Mrs. H. E Sanderson. ;
o c where children receive nursery school instruc-;\ of the association. Mrs. William Hickey, 'z r' .
\ children's committee chairman, Walt l
h tion. The spic and span playroom, which also > x ,.
Disney and enthralls the younggroup.. The
serves as a classroom, is filled with interested Orlando Y i
Day Nursery, which has been in ex
Mrr children. Mrs. Duncan T. McEwan, health istence over 25 years is sponsored by the
chairman, is shown on the left holding one Orlando Kiwanis Clyb.i -"OaO.n $ ,'1 t ,'.;s: If::'.' .mi

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f.e. 1S tzr r==rI.e-:= Orlando, Florida: September 2S, 1 1547 I ,

HOW WE CatI2t1rUNl, Miss\
cAvy LOSLS sg1R3n ltP'tTTs3

Lions Praise Ten Table Mrs. Laney) 350 Elks Enjoy I:!Feed,' 5 to 1-C the U Me.-don!S A S.. It Perry Bel.:?) :cocked ae So attached c-- Tol l

To Leave at the Pt-.laoeprua NaT&i 5ase t,
ttItf >
reported to that a pevtr.an -- /! MsS
poce t : Fa:.
Chatter/ Sanford Fete atoned -- ::tc & cocrw aystroncarmec of Ma: "'
Merchant! Aid } On Visit h:.m.c a ".s wa ;et Thompona

._ rantt1rine s:5" and rca : Teba.tt I annn
pat ,""T"' : 3"z -' 'a, ocz&n. Be:: s&.d Ia fort I':nmlf

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:- :. ':-.f .- ,.f._: : 11.:. JNoH' Mir for Aabama: e=_:cy ri: a I a f-:; far- So.:. a.::.:: D-.amoo.ico: ag be.et'e: tuse Tp! ae

f':'.:: :.. .. ;r.-.: _.CV ...- t.1" .:-_ ."f> .-.: a : duct at Ilje gfcis looge 1241 bee: !o. ec ;::: ; :::A::.: e.a:_4r.r f Thu:.dac.
....;.:$ : -oprrm---c..n .. t''J., : .:>. _" :i1IDWL. R..:. Q' _:"x: ...-_: ieare Mco- hemp FncayTaltoc n.-.; suet C1 = tam a..-an i II1f'' FandIrmnrra

; ."-" ..:.-.. .! ._-. .+'ar.: :.-.au> A-: 34 ::': L&kS: :.= w enter Flandmas 0: Davtcna p* c-f-:: if / .: :\ '! i I
; ': : .- .1mY soMR W TBCTCT -'..:'le':.. the Fa: Star Hit. ArSmrrsa : : / Trr" pr; ,
a :: .'>* S.aL :::-. fVK. *- JEC Amort t:, ? :ea.:zg S8.drda spoke. az.s J J P..-" :: :.. :. :,'r:' 0f !:

.execdd ::-.... iarlKte hairSAM. N C_ :for:w'se Jf1DW P4. at'\'- to at.nd tee Fjr..daW',) o.:.str.w' ctp_:. i :::-.-: Ch'.' [: offa.

'fW ei elf fitlS! Ea- e--al vars the? f L*. -f ft Or- at Jacfc'K*' -:=e were Hcjh ez&ted:: rid: ; Tat a-t>>r:.=': -"-: : ::1 & Isla we1=.e-s wIts ilde daB : ;;0''rNo

... ..eral3Rt .tau kM set AAe ed, SisSay Ti:1k.j..nrbf: rar; :;::;'
.aaoe *s borne aac the wEe The Eft;: .f Central Flonda !! AJIpoiz1 ea: at.r f: ; ...
JaI1 er'r
OreasacM" :
Mar* SetA :
: ,r rI' 4? id .. an alcn ten oat wek for *h t! expat' -- std aDd their bllin ratbrr .n the !:rtet. d X=ry CbfiS ia Perf :::::ee. ; .
Mr P. D Woor-fT 0 ;P'rr;<
.ft .*w.d .- LaI se purpose of leeinc t.fb...:. newrndaa *EO tutee. *f the Clnb and 111 enser'ed
...rt I tit) sllM ae iNRt. chser. MARY FLETCHER an'i: sot Joe returnee.; troa: Hecrv the tables around cths: ex--i te ;:f'ri D 1-1'1 :
at bat
TH. ) to .lilac. BtlCX. dau hvr of MARTANX rv :r.l: S. C. Jack aruKUCE enB \ : r.'ll.
tke fcarbecce pet with triad f -nand 'nt.. .'
*-.te a M ',.UBtia ........ aDd JACK B:iCE T ie $ rnsssHT MoncayOoro item that i yr'
all aersrlipaniag $ ,
,. Svraaa of Og.&*:?.rio s : T-:
< ttifl
.I!! or ail ib *e la tart been oweat : : a :
.randparesis with real ffeb frr Thf>
{ re a
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... rSsiac ; ::h:'. as doe: *ete2id here -Ih .
Teal -
W' Beach far a
b ptT = r. Xferuxia then entered the dab acd .r ere '
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IISn.m. liar;
: .-,. = f : -, -. eettL. 3ilr. and L'2E eatertuaed Sh a program IIn4er () '1". Z-pee: :

1" ot '. '. .- c:jft as ItA TIlL YS a&c J\CK POSGATK.who rhurmaadup of Pete 9 I'r, r
w. o. Irsa tcrt of 2 ri8a
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t .I"? : Pont and Li rit CoM .. te oe-r3s.stated TfaBMtcn. Cr.: : '
Jar this macii f fA
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'.:_ 'or Lode haIM1tt.eraM Mr and 1tLBice ieare today So ;. Dsfiooalierc i :4eas Ida Cook faaas s-_ ::: :: t:: It's Nst Tea Esrly r', ..
care. <1> ern Tul:: let TSOse =-.:3e :.! DeL t d. Gppo f) .
_, :'. .-. \ : Feef retta to 'O': r
.' .. 000 +3ilE t F. pared at f: e &m as c: Dn.. ,
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.: ..+ ".d .. the tSrms: MR and MRS PHIL BERGE3 Mr: cue Mrs. J. Ross Adams the wy knc : San! :: =-X. D.-=: ._a. *_:-5 :: 5 \ T -."
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FRAXHSTEUJ Thdy: m-eci to Sew Yortt'er Dick Ake M_ss A-ma M: rX- .
_... Rotary and and MR. and MRS :: :J: H.: ::
a tae: :.acar Or- Fey T:! -y': he.r son. 'an er !a C DeL&nc. rao.c; s.::i ge: Jor
... .- -t j: :"W ro' ** of tusm are amour j SURE' See to fr : :* P:.lie
J"P. Acams. anc ac:ompa 7a "A"I'RR 1" serera. E-ziOrrs: 4
w 1aDdoa.Dsho. 11 be OB hal lor the. fl
: .-_= Coate bC''tI'SZ'd*. psaso. and trie t.v:ilimtWorri Series They rj& = air to. t-s: Kys-1 City ,Jhtel Mane Mnesi_. tap dan:edlelidr !n 5 of the s >c::TCS a:.: s...re toe TbtJ1
<-. .- '"" ytrath ceft'fer are j r..r4 today and r>-BT: to be acme Io- a TJSSI. :ted tier aaftenre an: rec*:T- r :-t'I&ember '.'ebody. Des r- f -.., I
:-t'e M:' ace Mrs Sdwars C'.LIe't ed ae era:: SiL"Cam cis 1 ...... t "
;, aev eg::pmrrt- heart away far a Teak a1.u:\ days abe q:..a.i..U ;r.-L .- r 'e'} At L
tn V-s EC.. Cttahaa 000 Ts: .U br tram iorW Jos.T TL:xt was :r: ued tnr: Ex- ( : web;; / J
.re ( DOt be p *r:J-u- _
-'.' More frasr the Prat Frost: MARIOS 4 alirc R:::ed J onaie Ron:anc: o; '
pcr rr: & e'Church SHXAROTSZ an ATO !IL. .::. &.y. ae1-j; the Sand Loose arc ofd .I because weare rast re- /( .' ; : 1.

pledge at FJarda has beet ejected ..I.t: -: i.e rnne "ereia :1fr parf' Tart :bed: oooe by t::a Anr.aMier i ttaedm tre marketsIxjvelv '-........ i (- _I.. .. n: .'
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I of the fr z. z Mr and Mrs. W A. iee1. CC.l. : of thellet J
Plans eha-naaa Trari cane *x: ax arv I( a::z i sef-1 gifts are _
eomsuu** T2uss the tirst ::: a :-fDt'C :c P-aMP a. occupied 01 1 rwad.rs trews'k ,..
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: i now c-onvis\:) 2:: &::1Y- ) ... ,;. .- ; t :tor.
crass has deeded Cr'pp1r. 'r
year thes.rLaa : o tiie Harr w:;:a V. '

ObservanceDaytona. to hair a dance conan-ttee. UDC Cr: : i5 finsePounds I It. \\ _- ; ,_ -JV i .; j.r> -j i, V ,
and the scheduled tirst canoe try Chapter ) In a2c.uoc the Home and ,-.. .-/j: l
.be October. :Mime & so woo -
m t.t.Hoby H::>use wU. g t-wrap IJ "' '- ;
I At hjs aoo uoa to play m the G.!er QualifiesFor : :' :'" .
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Holds IeetAt eDr seeetioas appoprattp. : K'
band JIMMY MI 11GAiasa -'L.cc: ; j
.... .. .. ._.. an AID pit Cte. was the only other Council Post ', 1. pack. tosm expertljfor:: I Ir ( / -...... : -j y.: \'
DAYTOV* ELACN-obsestwee" Orlaaao freshman: ejected! to. ihe SanfordSASFORI I a ::Q oc any date! vou ; !7 "'; \!{

ef E*.-c;,o.t I::..tarot ll'dlet at dance cocam-xte: ; K-- ( ; \ --1 :' ; ...' \
the Pcne. ...an Cw-rth bermstodaT 000 .. .. -- ...-- ) '
--- -- PJ.irGS !.re :e2aVVr : :.e: an a ; :\t
aT 6 45. am wtr a Ra-ir 11&5 ALSO ecclosec someone tIIley'TClippraDt >>-Mr< F E Hc311att ) ( J
Day Pncrans s wrurh a:: depanaoeats s. about tne Freeaora k-: :: : ..:: :.s.::. ;; Q !
.in: :: MrsT' f'C Pase WCTPboste&ses \
1I I II of ti>/ C -.-.Tr. f rce the pn- Tram, and another ar.no.r>oed the to :: e K oe V Bcrw&raQiapier 5&:z&y: .;;. :: it'.t: :acJ: Otl;
-.rT tr todai the Senior .-.1: take fact: that ti REV JOHN D. Calm.y::.z:*: :::. ::.t *-.*-:uon Oc HOME
the Dangtterof
WING JR. :son cf BISHOP and. c TRben rroMaror Cc :st.:.r:.err s.:;; a '< ;

1MrtA .. '. offers MRS WING of W-:ier Parkl 0? the Confeceracr at be come are to be eeCed: and ',' l//
t r +- : RaQy Day Fnaiy a: 3 p jn_ wu>-. KL George .. p
General -"I am TnagiTao: prC': l:. e* J HOBBY
,e ,t"i. .* :'" Clsarch School the Tbecuotira. Seaunarrat D. Bishop f jn rtrt-nreEoen:, .: =1} ; d
eacaed the 11 clock said Pomds&t I arc f-:::' cn5t l CcomeUa Sam! 01= /
at o semceSunc&v : '
dder +.." ar'!'\..e ana a each xn pre&cJiE m the atesi rae of Mrs -' HOUSE }
/r ra i.'C of the church' wtL: be last :ji the Church of the J. J. SoTjAa ',,ga' :: electee out I ass-re :z o- j) F

I 1 __ 1-9( forJvr' the false: of rel.- Trans: r ri t.2: :1 ttie C'hrcl1 ejeccozi of delegates and aterr.ates _- it..a:: exert ay bet en. ea:-c*-? iwark : .' IllS E. Colonial Dr. J

1. gioLe Pdt'Drthtutthoca- the Artthe Comer:. was bela for aarndaace, for the.'reneia: '*:are' ofrcnnn.2i.tT ,;> "

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PrwT'IIIa fer tm 1'ftD&DM' tf Part Honors month: a: Ta-i&nassee. Mrs. Bong: ; Hr Vx

aDd Mrs L A. Bruzuer wbe 11

&ean e1f'fe.s and JoL"'SJ.. M Hayes ... 4 r
,. ht'a' txrdme a etpiain prdtra Sue Medler and Mrs J M. XcCsfc..l ....::'. at- I
and Hjsrtb.te car. for resist tra ten as a.iemateE..

cf p .rucpaan
f CafBStu&jQD .emr t: Tves- "
Wait ya1 Jorcazuzauon.. Mi.ora.at -
5ANrOBD l.-,: Sue Medler amj
,t. Jar! n-rKi Men' c;ib dTrrat was honored with a b-nhdav party presezteif a paper grjt :

the eaurrr Tat w-'-e& of afttrabersa Saturca trr her xaother. Mrs H. comber; of ci&p ern Uie

e .> r'Jts'1 Wed' nftciay nprt raesiii P. )! eTI.e bray: cake was tried: States and Earoai.to Tt c t -
: .. n ca_ OB friends not acue yaawe frosted ::Il w=.te and embossed in aJed 36 States and France rah

( &ud with acy church; part and bore a capl for each the Stale of v.rf-T- toppjig the

Thandar churcri meet at horriSaturdaT : o! the four rears cf the uny hostess. : :::.t v129 chapters
r 30 .:a get a fuirte -
p An iced coarse was served bv
bOUT at the ch-rck: Stau y *' _, .
ct se\'ed--l rnDstesse to tn -* presentThe !
t % 45 an Pot: Day ai Party sins; sere ....- Mines 3.s ncT). B'-ai: :ev. A.K
11 cake and ice creeo and p- esihsts
a Crutch Schoo: and am.CotnacomoE 4cTJ
balloons and other farors.lrs Sosse-ter J )L Ha:-es. J. H.
o t.a Wcr-:4: Wl a TTt' YC'CaskL: -.:a FittsHaves -
\ Darotny!: S-ewart. Mrs. Med-
: :'s S1..ctc. r SSi5..e<. : C P. Etna J Et. Cfeir
W"P. Pate at.: Viatt.. \
c \ E. C. Nance

c Junior Class Hoyle Pounds Sees

0 Address season's newest Coats

s fiT Stages DanceAfFOHD Deplorable State HOODS are topping the

( \\ Oman's Club ..,.. ._ .._ _.. -- \ \ HOODED\collection\ !
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: Cass : See Dickson
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< =LE.:4.::. : first 01 thee .
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PDaar f : .
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Z :: ="! ..: cte at the :'GWr'.st CcJf' '
pleurae of 'anp. 3rd erS T' re :.L'i tre C'..: -s a
. be spracr a- the FsHthe P-Jr..i: erg : r.GAa.r tepi abie: trtret:ran. Ge'aIItg: the

( s Vcsnar s Ch* WefLeadrj issc = Y-A!! e3t&T de- torn neecta a general clean-up.
he C-b> *-!r::ne: He vS: > rc: Tie: .:.:: :he c.a.ss: coiars:: of weeds r-i aDd rabb.ah reoored
i.ft :..:.t nr Together r: the Fib: ear :.i.a.i: &oX 3'a::.EZ E.ad 1ll ir5, from vacant: lots m accordance:
tiatacsMterg: rids'! aTC co::: d:::Ii3.: Krs.r .
with the laws as prorated; o \beCItY
ftM -. .::. L -t M-s, High :>an-
\ ftt wSI: ep!"" tt 1: X 7MrT =. ord.naacr. 'N
r. arc Coacr. Free GSZA& \
W: 0:,.r !suitlaiChBeC r'!: were "I fr7c a*.: JnTM S Qf fire bzxardxn :
Brodae WiHans. tern :."sCraWnra
; j:ie bu.;;DeSS: cruor.ct.said
:Z Mn Oorte Wefit Mr*. Pounds -some 0: the prapert7Taers
C ,T T Newbr Mrs P S Sirveisscr. "" !: Earl! Heist Gets : are negb.-et :n tJ

S > Mra. C C ETJ&s hooos-E. thetr presiises: ctean and. dear of (

O Courtesy Award *-re traps and fee1: rs.11rben &

" r i ill Padgett Repeats ." -.- ... ::J j-Li'tr. ccadL.3L5 are p med out \

I t. Auditorium Stand CDjneyr AWET2 of '"v* w-ft'i: r&!;;

"t !; t -.. -.. ."". !v..::jtwrnraK! ;: Ear. Heir a Eau ... Lake County \57 J
t c: riucnta oroerT or recor-
DAYTOaSi zrLrdE'-S: a tU=,- .... -
I & Better froc Mrs Court Records ,
0Q %1ft'1 the P*oi: Can PTJpart L7 C :array ti: F.X'el."e: e 5-t..- \
4V:: K the : y.st: :!: t.ST/dwt.Ts FILED
T"-4of "
'd war :Y t'er.r-y CJti .
Cc,.:is Cis: K.&p r Lee ?iot- ?7-1.'!..' :t>: *-.: S_: -r : S T !:.
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t i i ea :- hatte r..z. Ji r.r5. ::; ;;.J: t : :0 B! T Wj -*
I zat : Des Fat' -_ re.e A C =rr: 'f ; T r=ea ::
a zr l-ster y2 is ;:ctht: : 'Sr
t :i S YtTIIaL Cis-s
0 CC Lc.I are N f 1 bm; Ear. is OE.e T E Sr.oe-.c: .r F F riffrF_ tee:S
i : t* of thos A Jl ? *Ze :: W E SSIE nsiDKKSON :w &
psracri wno is a:wavshsad 1 _
i IJ': '':::: "rT;; sr.- Gd ze F I:Mu: '.. ? y EPs. /V /
sA ana: ar>Tanpateg one s wants. : Co Tax! :: F--: !(a' 3c y. !i7L
f Pre Tate C.b : : % \
l Ii "We al know: the sriDra e ci : 'L t: H.
)1m:: rf tr salwin G.r3aaL p-:
oe sarses erderlM! are dots 'S yj.Ss.:2 '
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t .J a deiecte: cf tne C-rKrear I pryn5tr ; Ins thus Ear; tna: we are gM: :i P rE. .x't : _
j q franrrase va me Fisr ia he came tc Dsriota :Beach frocAtjtnta i1 Y s..... Jl :: & :'': .-Y J .. (!t
.i Power LOC :.< -; Co : to help care for or sirt.; .'.. 7&E::: := ax a-caai C: fZtrd .- ,
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I I g >,TLIN AVL, north including WINTER PARK. r }

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a.'I J<' lz:: Delnery! service to PINE CASTLE end MA1TLAND, t- f toV t1! I I J-J; :V-t- --'- '' s.. :k hooded crc"TV .... .-.. ,---t.

. J Jf TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS SATURDAYS. t t_-- ) shode or gj\,., plc Qa
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: 0 gen v. :r. Dflid. i & Ins Is aeldct .- a IIF .des. to !te srowtis H3 cf cusicnerz t a .: I t f y ,,tr ,3C4V.ii.:1 -

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Orlando, Florida, September 28, 1947 (Shr, Suttfog! Jfnlmfltar Page 19 ,I ,

Miss Thompson Gives Plans; 1 RrJ .":.x.' j . "W t't..

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To Be Honored Mrs.\ Pratt 1 r S uN
by (iy I C N
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will be held atIshpemin / t. tVl
Miss Fay Thompson! daughter' mony. a reception K N
.' the Thompson f amilj A
of Mr. and Mrs. John Faville ? 1
Thompson of Winter Park. is today home m Maitland. :
announcing plans for her Since the announcement of her
forthcoauns marriage to Dr. engagement last month. Miss
Batne Gibta Ashley of Apopka. Thompson has been feted at a
The wedding will take place round of pre-nuptial parties. and +w
ThursdaY. Oct. 9 at 1:30: pm at Monday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Charles ,
the Frances Chapel of Knowles Hyde Pratt is entertaining with a
Mmonal Chapel Rollins; College dessert bridge and bridal shower
The Rev. James L. Duncan. minister in her honor. : -
of the All Saints Episcopal Mrs Pratt has invited guests to f
Church" of Winter Park. will officiate her home 1551 Via Tuscany. Winter ...
Park With the honoree will be ; ;;fj
No cards will be issued but all included her mother Mrs. Thompson .. 3lK. aLQ /
friends of the families are invited and the Mmes S. A. 'W issen- -
to attend. burger Bert S. Long. Eugene L.
Dr. Herman S ....rt. o anist. Jewett H S. Thompson. E. D.
.ill present a program of nuptial Rlck tt. James W Stevens Harry JB
e W Kompanek Richard Salter Jr..
muaic Miss Thompson to be given inmamaae G. O DuBois W. O Lauterburff of ,
by her father. will have Daytona Beach Irving P. Walker" : .
as her matron of honor her sister of Winter Garden. Holmes A. .r' ;',
Mrs Crnest D. Rickett of Jacksonville Souther and B. G. EllIS. I tea:
Also the Misses Eva Thompson

Charles. Ashley of Apopka will : Betty" Moodv Betty Lois Jones.Flint Vera Lois W"i?":"';">'. .'." '- I t'S' ._. The youngest, most versatile ponhe of oU .
act as best man for his brother.
Ushers. will Include. Leon! Sheppard Newark. Sara McDowall Joni j| : ><>: t*
cf course designed Kickermck!
and John lAnd of Apopka and E. Webb. Donna Ontko. Virginia ;" ,;
Donald Rickett. of Jarksomille :i Richmond and Mary Jo Miner of It '.
Immediately following the cere- Apopka. i4
---- 7 I. d Made cf ElastAQ-the revolutionary double-

The l.oberHeilzeIzals/ Hosts! ,: j ,;f' knit rayon Jersey. that stretches easily and spring

back Into

At Larve! Party' on Saturday' !i is the former Miss Lillian Costantino, daughter of Mr. 1. +
Makes feel and sleek.
you compact
and Mrs. Celestino Costantino of Winter Park. Her marriage 1 R RY
Mr and Mrc. Room Heint/el- son. Mr. and Mrs. William Catenaueh : to Mr. Siemienski, son of Mr and Mrs. Stanley Siemienski of f j
informal' :Mr and Mrs LeRoy Dickson czr tJ .-J Soft and smooth-the snuggest filling1 fabric:
man mere hosts at an Baltimore, Md., was an event of this past week at the Church
'moonlight party Saturday night Mr. and Mrs Julian Lauehinghouse of St. Margaret Mary in Winter Park. A reception was held pantie ever worn.

at their home. 'Ca a Lorn* on Mr and Mrs. Burwell at the home of the bride's parents, after which the coupleleft

Lake Holden Howard Mr and Mrs Frank Reed on a wedding trip which will include a tour of the State Garter tabs provided.
-- included Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Stevenson -
guests and North Carolina. The couple will reside in Daytona Beach.
M Frank Murphy. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner
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James Cram Mr and Mrs. Harold Mr and Mrs. Joe WatUns Mr. Launders like a breeze-wears praellcally for ..
Krebs Mr and Mrs Harry Bower and Mrs. Fletcher Rush Mrs. Julia '
Mr. and Mrs. L. A Bryant Jr.. Gmther Robert Robertson. Presbyterian, District Meet\ SetOn /; <:t x % : er.
Mr. and Mrs William Sl mons. -i
Mr and Mrs John Florence Mr. When dusting books use a soft Friday of this week womenof 1 will tell of work at Thornw Or- ; The most versatile penile In any wardrobe
and Mrs! Maurice Bledsoe Mr and dr\ clean cloth or the soft brush the Presbyterian Churches of phanage which is supported by the i yI
Irs Room Hammond. Mr. and attachment of vacuum cleaner. Daytona Beach Sanford. DeLand ar
Mrs Simpson Penney Jr. Dust in the direction away from Apopka. Maitland. and the Park Presbyterian Churches US of I > KICKERNICK quality throughout.
I If It It It It Also Mr and Mrs Craig/: Jack- the binding Lake Calvary. Grace CovenantI South Carolina. Georgia and Florida -
--------- I and the First Churches of Orlando A buffet luncheon will be

I will meet in the Educational served in the dining hall of the X" y e 51%., 9-11-13-15 in yellow.
Building of the First Church fora church at 1:30 p.m. r' 2.95
w -An Invitation To Youa meeting of District No 2. Woman Dunne! the afternoon f'E'S1ilOn'; while blue and black.
I. from the 'i'- ,: 's Auxiliary of St. Johns Pres- Mrs. H. B. Hutchinson of Tampa, i .
: bvtenal president of St. Johns Presbyter-
ro JAM DICKSON/ STUDIO/ OF The program will open at 10:30: Ial. will speak on the topic "A I
a.m. with Mrs. Marshall C. Dendy Challen ." and the Rev Hugh i '
*v BAllROOM DANCING chairman presiding The theme of Powell. Regional Director" of Religious i

S \mi are r>, ri..II".i i 1/1\"'ert to cd: 'h- J.:1 the program: is One World-One EducatIOn. will discuss the I
H "_ _lid,,, i i-i + (.ue'>.t! le.>on a,1i, dance anal.I Lord." The Rev George: H Cook. Presbyterian Program of Progress; //1fl
*ii unrte ..me,. iperviiion of Jare Dick pastor of the Calvary Church of just; now being inaugurated by all ;; o ,
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'A Orlando will conduct the devotions churches of the assembly.
VII a.n."I1' >n D. C. and Hawaii ...f
A. A V_ will he pteaMntry >uipru 'd at hen Gnu ra period The meeting will close around : *-eg. O S. P.t'Oft 0iJwn
qtMHily t-ni can become real bond During the morning': session the 3 p.m. All members of local auxiliaries -
a H g -iaArvr' Pie.eaion rates ,:now in effect speakers will be Mrs. Norwood and visiting Presbyterianwomen ,
B ..... i1.w. S_ 101 ,,'r N. Phelps of Jacksonville whose topic are invited to spend the I PaTi,,ie -Second Floor Y
A ft W. C..... rttrae 2-"Ull I',is "World ancelism and Miss day at the church Friday with I of
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:- 2112 N. Orange Ave. DeLand for West Party Today Miss LeshHonored !

Icrc[ 1 r, :;.-r1: ] Stout, Tuxedo N. Y. I r S C'- -I! '" T"E'" s>n-"V Se"' -" C3r1 i. 7r
25% DISCOUNTNew I DELAND-.Mrs. W. E. Williams I Mr. and Mrs Joseph Duffy have DAYTONA BEACH Members
10M: 5 VM and daughter Carol_ left Saturday returned from Dixon, Ohio. Theyare < '\ I
Hours to of the Beta Sigma Phi Sororitywill I ; _. .
and ((5:1 T -- -c'J;
for San Diego to join Mr WU- former DeLand residents ; 0 !
.. - -- ----- I Hams. at Camp Merimar I are again going to reside here. entertain rushees at a prefer- I 1 DAYTONA BEACH-In a joint
-- Miss Inez Bateman has returnI Dr. and Mrs\ R E. Clark have ential tea from 3 to 5 pjn todayat celebration of their birthdays
I from Springfield Mass En returned from Pittsboro N. C. Patty LeWIS. 14 daughter of Mr
the Palmetto clubhouse. Mrs.
: I Mrs. Edith associate and Mrs J, A. LeWIS. and N'IIr
route. she visited Comdr. and Merrill :
Prank Perry in Washington!: D. Irs'l professor of English at Stetson; Nina Williams, rush chairman will Jean Lesh. 16 daughter of Mr.
5 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spalding: Ihave I has returned from a Summer vacation be in charge I and Mrs. Harry Leah were honored
J1. moved into their newly completed on her farm at Meredith. I At a model meeting conducted at a party Thursday at the Lewi(,
home on Lake Winnemisett I N. H She also visited her daughters : home. 836 Kingston A\e t
Thursday night at the Whitehall
; ... 'I t Mrs William F. Goehnngand I Games were played in the garage ka ::
t"'c I about '30
." i Sunday's birthday greetings RO Marjone I prospective members which served as a gaily-dee
I to Barbara Joan Griffin Lucile Through!: co-operation of the heard Mrs. Dorothy Mervnn who orated rumpus room and wemei 1
There's something for everyone's Gilliland. Mrs. Catherine Robertson I. Stetson school of music. children outlined activities of the local roast. which included two large!
I Esther P. Bunting and Cecelia attending Boston Ave. public birthday cakes folloed Gamewinners 4
at HALEY'S from the chapter: Mrs. Kay Bogart, who
playtime .
Ann Jenkins Celebrating tomor- school will be offered piano instruction were Esther Cady and
youngest to the oldest. ; row will be Jean Fockele, B. this vear Mrs. Hazel reviewed the national organization Esther Bothe
I Eaton. Billy Allen Mrs. Ethel C'I Newbv a new Stetson music instructor : aims: and Mrs. Neil Jenney. Invited'ere Amelia and Frieda
TOYS AND GAMES I' don. Mrs. Minnie Carrol. Bess will conduct the courses'Aliss : a visiting member who told of the Stenson. Nancy Hale. Bernice Davis -
Morris. and Mrs. D M McBride. I I Alpha Eta chapter in Tornngton Walthena Moremen Betty
MARBLE.CRAFT I Barbara Joan Griffin celebrating I i Conn. Jane and Barbara Lewis Ann Jett. ''
her birthday today was honored Cosson Mrs. Agnes Gray don. past president Norma Yelvington Manel Johnson -
CHILDREN'S PLAY EQUIPMENT yesterday with a birthday par- led the chapters closing Gloria Edwards. DorothY I II

JUVENILE SPORTING GOODS I ty. ritual. I, Kressman Glance Davis. Joyce
Mrs Edith Voss and son of Married\ To I and Janet Whitford June Leonard
I Cocoa are !"spending the weekend and Peggy Lewis i
as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grady School Gets i
I Mr.\ I
Battle. I
I Betty Friedlund has returned lxoiitf Miss Hendrix
I l.ne; '! ,:3 1 H, f ; -' ;,e,1 rfr rl! E
CLOSED 1 from Chicago!: PlaygrollndEgllipment
214 N. Orange of Miss Ei
Don Maul has returned from COCOA-The marriage i
Tel. 6668 WEDNESDAYS I New York. Mildred Almyra Cosson daughterof !: Honored On
Mr and Mrs. William Sidney '
Mr. and Mrs Lance Hayward !
Cosson of MorriStown. Tenn. to
of Orange City have as guests I. Russell Lemmert Dixon son of Mr ? r -,- t:* -.' C:,.,.1 Birthday
his parents Mr. and Mrs. R
I and Mrs. R H Dixon of Cocoa DAYTONA BEACH-A spokes :
was announced here this week man for the Catholic Service !' [:,:-'" -, '''' T-" r --: s _. -! ::'0,1
Halifax Club The ceremony was performed in League of st. Paul's Catholic DAYTONA BEACH A movie : I
Morristown at the First Baptist Church announced Friday that party yesterday marked the 11th ,
Church. Sept 12 at '7:30: p.m.. the the group had completed putting birthday of Barbara. Hendrix
Initiates New Rev Clyde R. Widick officiating playground equipment at the par- daughter of Mr. and Mrs Maurice
;. The altar was banked with fern I Hendrix. Ormond Beach.
ochial grade school. i
smilax and baskets; of white The league raised the money for I:I Following the movie, refreshments J1/f5Y.T X FELT

r :Members gladioli Candelabra with lighted the equipment last February and which included ice cream ;
white tapers furnished the light members helped install the merry- and white. frosted birthday cake
c,o, -r! *n T'- S'.n'? Sed -e'-S'or for the ceremony. Pews were go-round. slides and swings decorated in pink and green .'eresen'ed 11Jihtt{
marked with white ribbon bows. at the home of her grandmother .
The l group!: is also planning a
a The vows were said while the bridal party In November and later in ,, Mrs B. B. Braswell 133 N. lkILL
y. ner meeting of the Halifax Business ;; couple stood beneath a white the Winter in an effort to raise ';: Oleander ,7ttj i
arch. Preceding the ceremony if
and Professional Women filigree Invited were Patricia Mize. Anne
s 'lot l la i(I money for additional school unprov -
of nuptial music
i4 Wednesday night at the Bath and '' a program ementsMiss!' i Rager, Sue Roberts. Eleanor {
I Ii : Tennis Club. Mrs. Ruby Adkms. :I christ was offered organist by and Miss Mrs.Gloria William Gil- Clancy, April Asseo Betty Gins 6' Lei;piton -
i dinner chairman was in charge of : berg. Martha Bruce Marion ;il
Callawav. vocalist
; I NewcombBecomes Thornton. Sandra Cochran Jean-
i 96AK91 i an initiatory ceremony for new of Alencon !! I
The bride was
r ., r p members i gown ette Bell. Patty Paul Beth Hodg- ; l
I lace over net fashioned; with a fitted -
Barbara. Searls and Mary ,
Initiated t were: Mrs. Stella I bodice, buttoned to below the BrideI :
I Johnson Miss Ann Jackson Miss : waistline. round neckline long } Ann Vickery. ;' k'i

5 sj Leila Schaible. Miss Bea Mistretta, I pointed sleeves and full skirt ending I "" V .o T e c ,J *'.. -c' ::'rr1 S 01Jltisficale -
Mrs Grace Larsen Miss Lamar in a short train. A fingertipveil DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Cath- Tremendously chic, this ]
1 Quaintly cute Davis Mrs. Connie Nichols Miss fell from a coronet of orange erine Newcomb daughter of Dr.
',lam j Ruth Palmer. Mrs. Ruby London. blossoms The bnde carried a white and Mrs Charles Augustus Clem- FUR FELT sailor wrapped in heavy, honeycomb
I r
it Hope SkiHman's satin Mrs. Mildred Podrebarac, Miss
I : satin prayer book topped with mer of Daytona Beach and Ches- Club Honors
gl Marguerite Wardrepe. Mrs Lois
i l Striped "Hot House" cottonin Walker Miss Mary Radcliffe. Mrs I white orchids her ham. N. H.. became the bride of veiling. Frankly flirtatious, frankly feminine .
I Brides attendants were

i a t a tucked blouse Gibson.Dorothy All Edwards.initiates received Miss Vivian corsages son younger maid sister.of honor Roberta and Ann Barbara Cos- and Richard Mrs.Bacheller Wilson Cast Dort; Dort son of of West Dr. Mrs. Kidd surely, the most becoming bat you could war.
Newton. Massand Chesham, ina
: i Black velveteen skirt. : Bryan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. double at 4 [i-' -! .- T' c: --:- c''- -- ::.:-1
ring! ceremony pm
Club Pres. Mrs Ruth Campbell
i 1 Cosson Bryan! flower girl Saturday at Silver Lake Chesham. DAYTONA BEACH-M" A. L
t greeted the group Lt Comdr. Leslie Wooten of Th Rev. Edward Holmes New- Kidd of Daytona Beach formerly Black or BI'DWB-S1S ,
: t Mrs Frances Thurman past Cocoa and Milton, brother-in-law comb retired Congregational min- of Birmingham where in 1932 she
1F' ? president now' State vice president of the bridegroom served as best Civic j
founded the Women's Club
ister and grandfather of the bride
I introducedSorority jv
was man. Brothers of the bnde William -
officiated has been informed that in recogni- .
f t t I E Cosson. of New Orleans The bride. given in marriage by tion of the large part she played .xx
I Lists and Fred Cosson of Morristown her father chose as her wedding in Birmingham's civic accomplishments P -
t served as ushers. ensemble; an afternoon dress of a room in the Birmingham "
An informal reception was held white serse Her corsage was of club house which she worked so
'\ Pledge GuestsI at the home of the bride's parents. white camellias hard to obtain is to be known as .
The brides lace-covered table was oL
!Mrs! Norma Newcomb Hemme- the Olivia Kidd Memorial o-uu.-
I 'S- -I ,, -jv. ", <:;: ,--I' c::,,_. -r -<:'-rl centered with candelabra of white ter sister of the bnde was matronof Mr and Mrs. Kidd leave today j
I BEACH-The Beta tapers flanked by the three-tiered honor. Dr. Dort was his sons for a month's vacation in their ': IL I
Sigma Phi Soroitv has announced bnde's cake at one end and thebride's best man. former home. when Mrs. Kidd will 5 _
names of pledges to be honored at bouquet reflected in a mir- Only members of the familiesand I select the memorial room and its The Shop Smart Women Prefer
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.- a preferential tea today! from 3 Out-of-town guests were Mr. close friends were present furnishings.The ;
to 5 p.m. at the Palmetto Club. and Mrs. M. A. Cosson Roanoke, At a reception which followed : f 131 N. Orange Avenuef
:.on I Pledges are Mrs. Robert R.Grahn the punch bowl was presided over last eruption of Fujivama. :
Va. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Smith
Mrs. D. L. Thompson Miss Knoxville: Tenn.: Mrs Guy by Mrs Robert Lee Miller of Day- famous Japanese volcanic peak, j j .'-
tona Beach Mrs. Counsil Johr was in 1707-8 '
Evelyn Mosebv Miss Mary Freda Thompson. Chattanooga: Mr and
Mosbev. Miss Peggy: Patillo Miss 1Irs.Vl111am E. Cosson. New Orleans ston Miller of Manasquan N. J.. -
Helen Treadwell Miss Jean Stewart and Mrs. William Howard Mitchell
j and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie 'ii
1 Jr.. of Melrose Mass Mrs. Theo- \i
Mrs. Ann Machon Bass Miss Wooten Milton and Cocoa.
i dore Potter of Wellwsley Mass..
Jean Whitford. Mrs. D. R. Goodman -
I The bride is a graduate of Stet- '
Mrs. Webster K. Ellenwood son DeLand. and has been an instructor 1 bridegroom sister kept thebride's
Miss Mary Alice Dodge Mrs. Jose- book.
of history in the Department -
phine Holton, Miss Eleanor Lind- of Christian Education since After a wedding trip to an unannounced -
ergren.: Miss Mary King, Mrs. I her granduation there in 1945. She destination the couple
SAVE THAT WATER will reside Marlboro. N. H. I
Charles E Moseman. Mrs. G. C. was a member of the Honor So- in
Jung Mrs. J. M. Myer. Mrs. S L. I ciety. Pi Delta Psi Pi Kappa Delta. I
'e r STOP THAT WORK! Kutz. Mrs. E. J. Coakley, Mrs I and the Baptist Student Union he enrolled at Stetson; and received
John Gardiner, and Mrs. R. M. i Council while attending Stetson. his degree there this Summer. He
Wagner!: I The bridegroom attended the was a member of the glee; club. ;
Hostesses for the affair, also University of Tampa before entering Travel Squad. Radio Chorus Bap- '
-. rush captains are Mrs Ed. Williams the service; of the U. S. Navy tist Union Council. Ye Mystic
--1 Mrs. Bill Stones. Mrs. R. A. during World War II Followingfour ,. Krew and Sigma Nu fraternity at
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Winter Garden Rev. BUY NOWfr th'

1 'frs. Hester I DeLand Power Decision Set Tuesday Churches Plan Ii ; I'

EntertainsAt r'----''- "CdDELAND '' '' I Day's Service To I j jCC [ 1:
; Shortly after expiration of the and four per cent of the gross
...: Freeholders of De- I former 1I
30-year FPC franchise last revenue granted to the city and
Leesburg Land go to the polls Tuesday to .'i June.. negotiations between FPC from payment of taxes and licenses I [.. -_ T Se- re-Stcr! ] [ ,: ,: : : I
vote for or against the proposed officials>nd the City Commissioners WINTER GARDEN-The Rev I
[_'xu d' to Tre S n'-'oy' Sentine1!.Stcr] franchise granting the Florida I began. When the power com- i It is further argued that the 'Jesse Wailer pastor of the First i George j l :

LEESBURG Mrs. F. C. Hester Power Corp. a 30-year contractfor pany offer was first voted on the rates are low and will remain Methodist Church, will be in his Orange
entertained members of the TEL I supplying electricity within the Commissioners were deadlocked in low and that the city will greatly ; .
class First Baptist Church at her city LrOits a 22'ote.. Comr. Bowser not voting ,I benefit from the payroll and pulpit at all services today. At lando. j

: home on West Main St. Mrs. R. I I The election brings to a climax I I other money spent in the city as 11 a.m. he will preach on Fiddling Mrs. j l :I
:1 E. Foreman conducted the business I a bitter intra-City Commission || Later, Bowker voted for the offer a result of continued FPC op- : While the World Burns Special her duties I
session, and Miss Dell Mc- fight led by Mayor Leo which I fice.
j I Major Rugle then vetoed i eration. music will be by the choir with
Oelland led devotional sen ice. | Fugle against the franchise and '.' Because of the inability of Opponents of the franchise Mrs Elizabeth Ralston ; Mr. j
Miss McClelland was elected I by Commissioner! Holden supporting the Comraisnon to Arnold organist !)
ovemde his returned I l
point out that it is a 30-year franchise -
president for the I j the offer, and and Larry Grooters, director
j coming year. it is be- veto without a two-thirds major- in fact: that 30 years is too visiting t
officers were the Mmes.\ llif'"f'd voter interest in the ref ity the matter again seemed stalemated long a time to tie up the city; that At the night hour the pastor Irs.V.. .
Foreman W :
J. LeBlanc Dooley is keen. will speak on Salvation Through 1
: the percentage gross offered by the mont
and It COATS
L. Goodwin vice-presi I Contrary to previous city election : Faith Sabbath School will be Ohio. J .
Swift court FPC too
dents: Mrs. E. W. : action by four De- is small: and that there l
tary Mrs. II F. Mathews. secre- precedent the commission Land taxpayers resulted in a court is no guaranty m the franchise to at 9:45 ajn with classes for all Mr. and 1
Carpenter, assistant
Friday night set polling time as 7 ages. Methodist Youth Fellowshipwill
decision again in
ruling the veto invalid prohibit an increase in rates.
secretary Mrs. J. A. Boyd, !i I a.m. to 7 pjn Formerly it had and the election Members of the meet at 6:30: pjn and a special home 1
treasurer the was set for City Commission -
R ; Mmes A. W. Hester been 8 a.m to 6 p.m. Change was has I DQ QC
been .
program prepared by the 1 1Mr
Nettie Mauney and F. C. Hester Sept. 30. will meet Wednesday at 12 in I
made without dIssent.
i i on recommendation young people of the church. .
noon to convass returns of the
group captains These officers of City Atty. Neill S. Views both pro and con hare .
i election. The Rev. F. W. and
will be installed at the October Jackson who pointed to the city been presented publicly on two Widmer First
class meeting. charter as following the county I occasions in the past two weeksat It was also decided that clerks Presbyterian Church pastor. an- Mass. p
Regular meeting of Leesburg election time.Although : the Negro Cine League and and inspectors may receive as nounces Rally Day in the Sunday The ;;: j I l
Rebekah Lodge was held in Odd there is no accurate at an open meeting of the American high as $9.50 for serving on election << cial School at 9:45; a.m. today. A spe- Irene ; ft ft
Fellows' Legion day if they attend' program has been preparedand and
Hall. with Mrs. Daisy ; list of registered freeholders available : voting
Preston noble grand presiding. : it is estimated that between Advocates of the franchise; point machine school scheduled for will be presented b> depart- QIf
ments of
Reports from acting secretary, i 1.500 and 1.890 are eligible to vote. out that it is, in reality, a seriesof :Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the fire is the goal the of Sunday the school School.to havea It tend Mr and 1 f from our FALL COL--
Mrs. Louise Loston : station.In j
treasurer. Absentee balloting which closed 10-vear contracts because the
Mrs. Bertha Galbreath. were given. Friday was light with a total of city at the expiration of each ward three W. H. Pooser will record. breaking attendance today returned Dr. and '1 l 100% wool gabar-

Twenty-two members and one visitor only seven votes cast. decade has the right to purchasethe replace Mrs. E. K. Jones as an to r Brown Green .
were present. |I To approve the franchise. it illnf'Cf'ssary electric system; and operate a election inspector and City Clerk Taking part in the special program a go vacation.Mr. .
Following the business meeting ; for two-thirds of the municipal electric facilIty: and Brooks was authorized to fill will be Sharon Winter, Rob- and ]j I Sizes: 9 to 20.
a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments j I freeholders votingo register in that financially the CIty Will bene- whatever vacancies may occur ert Hull Betty Hamilton Louis home
served by_ Mrs Cora favor of the measure.Sunday. fit from the staggered two. three prior to the election. BrIley. Delores Fanning and Mrs.F. The *
W. WIdmer. JIm Aitken Jacqueline
nautucx. ana Airs Jean acton I
Miss Dorothy Rowley and Miss Fanning and the primary and :
Maxine Green led a program of class. A song by the beginnerswill Florida Hall's I ,,
close the : hassee I
games. ; Liauor Sales Pressed program I .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Trealor of At 11 ajn the Kev Widmer will Coats
Daytona Beach are spending thIS '" a speak on Knowing Christ the Mrs. I
weekend here with her mother i i By FRED W. DEMOTTE I I hours for Sunday dispensing of formed' organization calls foropening Light of the World Special music ,I
Mrs. H. S. Budd and sister Miss I! liquor in this cih.I i of bars between 2 p.m. will be by the/choir At 7:30: pjn : NOW 115.
Hilda Budd. Trealor is a former I DAYTONA BEACH-A petition I and 2 a.m. on unda 's.. the pastor will again! speak on
principal of Leesburg schools. ';.asking for planting of Sunday At that time M\eral representatives The group points out that since Walking in the Light and Dispelling -
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Pegram and liquor hours SIgned by 56 cocktail of the group stated that they nearby towns have ranted bar the Darkness. Presbyterian (Tax Free I
granddaughter Mary Leigh Lis- lounge and bar operators was were organizing and would pre- owners Sunday hours, that a great Youth Fellowship meets at 6:30.: For
ton returned Wednesday from presented to CIty Mgr James sent a solid front m their fight to loss in revenue results here saying The Rev A. A. Stulck First
Winnipeg Canada. Titus several days ago. a spokes- Baptist Church -- _-- -' .
open Sunday. They pointed out that tounst journey to these com- pastor announcesa .. ...
Mrs. IL E. man for the said > --------
Barcus and daughter signers YE'Mt rday. that several nearby towns have munities on Sundays to secure special service in Sunday School '''
Sara returned Sunday from That such a move was underway laws which permit the sale of refreshments They maintain that today when annual promotion Hall I
Northern Florida and Alabama. was first revealed \ug. 12. liquor on Sundays. mentioning thousands of dollars are lost in !I Day exercises will be observed at David Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Peter when it was learned' that local : : Clothes :
returned I Ormond. Recently the City of this manner and that their busi- 9:45.At Thursday. t ton
Monday from Asheville N. C. bar and cocktail lounge operators Holly Hill gave an okay on Sunday nesses suffer as a result The high : 11 a.m. the pastor will speakon The rr
Mr. and Mrs Paul Morrison of had launched' a move in an sales. cost of licenses. supplies and help Building a Great Work. The the
Clearwater are visiting their j effort to secure" from the City The choir will special
petition placed in Titus' was also set forth as reasons why : sing a anthem. I paper r
daughter Mrs Harry Barcus and j I Commission! granting of certain hands according to the newly- the request should be granted. I i Service at 7:30 pjn will find the were given OFF r
family and caring for Carol and I
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Ray Barcus Barcus while Mr and Mrs j' Miss Ruth Hunter has entered Neglect The ordinance of Bap- white ._. __.._._.______l'r
enjoy a trip Washing-- : her junior tism will be administered at closeof I candles.
year in Piedmont College I
ton. D.
C. I Airport; Budget the service
Demorest. Ga. and mints
was a
Club Mrs.president U. F. E.has Cooke Woman's I counselor in the Girls Scout Camp I ,, --- ------ Guests \ IS ALWAY AN
requested all
at Gastonia N. C., this Summer. I for the Moore ADVANTAGE OF
members of committees for the Miss Jacqueline Butler : u > :. $11 more than income due to a son ensuing year both as '
Fashion Show to meet in the Re- her freshman has entered DELAND A separate city fire loss which cost approximately to utility charges and additional Connie VALUES NOW
creation Center room next Tues- dolph-Macon year in Ran- I budget for the operation of the SI,500 barracks for new students. Arrang..mf'nts Hall. Bill ;
day at 10 a.m. The Fashion Show I' College. Her parents I municipal airport Friday night have been made tin Sharon
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butler Gross said that more than 110 with Florida of Orlando.
will be \irwavs I
given Oct. 15. I i:was adopted'lthout dissent by the whereby'
Mrs. M. B. Hooks has returned accompanied her to Lynchburg' I commissioners The budget;: calls persons were employed at the air- they will pay the city a sum to Rose Hull. All Sales Final
Va.. last week. port. and it was expected more
after handle their Georgia
visiting her daughter. Mrs. for expenditures of $3 .180 and interests at the airfield -
E. L. Carter and family in Tampa. Miss Ruth Franklin left last estimated receipts totaling 35600. would be added during the 'ear. Wayne
Mrs. Drennon Browne and son week to enter her senior year in Hangar rentals and other air- He stated the payroll there now "A modern trailer camp to house Weeks of \
exceeds $3.000
Denny have Shorter College Rome Ga. weekly. Ronnie
returned from Lake field activities are expected to approximated 70 trailers will be
Worth. The Rev. William Hargis St. yield $12000 and rentals from all Gross concluded "The receiptsat completed within a few weeks. Ap- of ) t
Mrs. Harry Wickham has returned James Episcopal Church with Mrs. other building wIll bring in a total the airport are based on rentals plication has been made to Post las Hall. S .
to Long Island N. Y.. after Hargis and their daughter. Miss of $23:! .000. Wages and supplieswere that will be received after Oct. 1. Office authorities for.a sub-post Mothers ,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louise returned last week from : expected to account for most and new leases that will be entered office station to be located in the Mmes
R. O. Bowden visiting Mrs William Dwight in of the expendItures. into on that date. It is base The second floor of the Moore E. IN ORLANDO
Miss Peggy Joyce Rutherford i Holyoke Mass. Miss Hargis has I hoped that additional business and hangar has been leased as a res- George I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. entered Stetson University City 3Igr. Fred Gross reportedtha commercial houses will rent spaceat taurant to accommodate Stetson Hull Jr.
Rutherford has entered Southern 1 Miss Jill Battle '' treceipts totaling $50,390 are the airport during the 'ear. students residing at the airport Graham
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that expenditures: had been 1 arrived at with I
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.. Page 22 chc' fi-imfcuj J firnttnrl-fi'lar Orlando, Florida, September 28, 1947 Miss MattairBegins' \'lrs. Dolincr ,Miss Johnson, in this section oJ;8) 'fan. He vu

i I born in Lyons He served tar two
I !entertained: Arthur Jones and StudiesBY ,Mr.\ years in the Navy during tfce S
To SOS FindleyI
Mrs. Hinman Miss Boyles Miss Ethel Jones of Hastings Oil Company Open I and is an engineer on the "

Wins- ; Contest I: Opens Home ;recently.Mr.: and Mrs. William Singleton Group Holds I ;rr. MILDRED: .'GEORGE c-. -e'' c.cr] Charity Drive j i I To Marry' raIlroad.his sister He Mrs make F" his n. heatst ) CIi
and son of Los Angeles have I
; OSTEEN-l\I15S Mary Lee : __ .
taken the Howard Stafford house Mat-I .. _, '-rl I I:1[ :i -: :: -c" I and famil in )1.00 Cay
--.1 i tair daughter of Mr. and
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To WCTU Supper E. Mattair entered Grady DAYTONA BE.o\CH--lrs. Sam-
NEW 6MYR.VA BEACH-Mrs.I} varsity in DeLand. vial Hospital at Atlanta for nurses and Mrs. N. E. Johnson of Thom- I GATOR OOH EXLANfl
l j
uel Doliner 449 Golf Blvd. tomorrow B
0 D. Hinman won the prize for ; L. VIDA CHISHOLM : An all-day meeting. with picnic r -- _'-r1 training.Mr. son Ga.. are announcing the engagement SEYMOUR, Tex UPJ l t3rtgil
By.. lunch. is planned by members and night will l give first in a of their daughter, Miss i
i 9 contest played at the Wesley! : r.Y- -.. T i e .---\ .: ;: 3'-rJ] j I LON'Gtt OOD-Gulf Oil Co. operators and Mrs. Norman Shoupe. '' W. Holt and alligators don mix i-'W'

; Hiilathea+ class (First Methodist; ORANGE. CITY-M:ss Kathenne !5 friends when of the the Rev.Baptist Forest Church C. Trout.Oct. 1 held a buffet supper and daughter. Mrs L. McCallister and series; of parties in connection with Agnes'en FIndley of Mission Johnson.CH>.to. The wed- especially in Ti I:.. "<-.,...

i J :Boyles opened her home" Thursdayto : with Mis Trout takes over dutiesof oance at the Longwood Hotel last granddaughter Kendra Mt Callis- the United Jewish" Charities SOS ding will be an event, of P.HB. dry section cf Texas u ,
Thursday n:_nt. Tent\-five men and theirwues ter of Orlando spent Sunday with i iMr for to obtain
drive clothing found o.t .
with LaMar pjanned Churchin tr.e attar
I gator
f : : : : ladies of the Woman's Christian regular services and Mrs T B McCullough I Oct. 11. at the first Baptist ML
borne MeL G** r-, HPck A as a Canon, honoring the Fleming having charge of the attended Pell. Jack Beal" and Howard clothing for layettes. Augusta. Ga. Hands on the ran'-.n. of 1In.1.1r.: '
Temperance Ray
I School. The Rev. M. N. Pearson I in Bunt spotted I! r E.It I.
t eors..,. N .' :. : Sunday pastorof Cnssev left Wednesday for Mac- I Ten other parties are plannedat Miss Johnson was born armiar te t
Oct 30 at Mrs R. B. Mll:! P r s home. oirthday of Prances Willard After !1, The Misses Elizabeth and Ruth LOURwood Baptist congregation Dill Field. Tampa. to enter the members' homes during the Thomson and taught in various stock tank. roped ., and lOtif *
the bu*:ness TeeT ng, refresh- Allen return today from Canton announced his resignation to accept Armv borne division Georgia schools for several yeen. after they Rot It out; on dry bat
In '"-'s Dar''* b'. .if'.:.: ::r "a mf1'1'. ; _e:'.": V C.. and plan to open the kinder- a call to Dixie Land Baptist Frank Tart returned from Tam- following 10 days and guests are She" is employed in a department Just what the -;x.foot ayattawiwas
y' ." ended the parish in Lakeland where he ; asked to baby dome so far .n:and atiB
i'r.1 .11.r:)' :, : < ; r.' a. : garten in their home as usual. recently pa Thursday. !; bring one new garment store in Augusta. It a

1: ,...I i f ,-. .::e Me:ho- Miss Katherine Bovles. Mrs. held revival services Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lutz of San- and if possible bundles of I Mr Findley is son of W. L. Pind- mystery. _..
.:. .:. '- Grace Chappell and Mrs. Frank This Sunday. Sept. 28, is his --
ford and Mrs. Ben Lmz of Chicago used clothing which will be made -
... I i i
. !. f. t Lpf'rs Phillips:;; are representing the Or- last service here.Mrs. .
sister and j --
visited ::
t up into layettes and sent over ---
City Christian Temperance
nce Flora Willis has returned brother-in-law. Mr and Mrs. H i .
Union; at a convention in Miami
tns "e'ie.Earl after a long absence She is nowsupervisor W. McCullough | seasProceeds from the benefit danceat

COOK left Wednesday for of singing in Florida Sanford-Osteen Road 415 was the Country Club Wednesday
s Ashtabula. OhIo.J. Baptist Church schools. Richard opened Friday after being closed night which launched the drive Mt. Dora Mt. Dora
Willis has entered the Universityof six months. i
M Head of Jacksonville is totaled $130 it has been announced -
t Florida. Mr. and Mrs: Paul Piety arrived
t The B'Nai BRith
assisting Walker Bunger at Ben- men
, son Junction this week j American Legion, Old Glory :Tuesday from North Carolina and women Temple Israel men. Telephone 2932DRESS

,/i'l fI, 1 rJ Mrs. Annie Nobles has returnedto Post 183 held the monthly "session ).Ir.son and Tommy Mrs. Thomas of DeLand Lemmonand spentlast and Sisterhood and Men's Club
t :1 Wednesday night in Alta- members included benefit
' : : Mims after visiting Mr. andMrs. her are in
, Monday with grand-
', j D. F McKinley.Mr. monte Club House Commander Donnie Osteen. workers.
mother Mrs.
I ,
.... ; and Mrs James Dealy have W. J. Wells Jr. was ill and the Mrs. Bertha" Morrison from
l l I : ;j moved to' La Verne Apartmentsfrom meeting was presided over by Newark, Ohio, is visiting Mrs. Lee
11' f \' Baker
1 the Everest home. member Carl Lommler GUIles. rs. SALLY SHOP

:. Mr. and Mrs C. C. McKinzie Mr. and Mrs. Dan Leighton have Juniors of the Baptist Training- .
sR spent Sunday at Daytona Beach.D. returned from a tour of the New
I : Union met for their monthly party Heads
., ,,. P. McKinley has returned England and Middle Atlantic at the home of the Hosack brothers SmyrnaBPWC )
,L t from Detroit where he visited his S States. .

f:;l sons. :Mrs Lillian Beals has returned Friday.R.. C. Carroll is the new Sen Group CLOSING OUT FOR QUICK ,

I i ii Mrs :Mary Huffman and Miss from Ne.York.. tinel-Star carrIer for this area ,
I l .j f<: Corrine Hommel were in Orlando Mrs Ethel returned '
& : .: Ayers also starting Saturday. 'I : :
r ___ '.'; Thursday. from visiting her son Dr, Peyton : C. C. Giblm moved into his own NEW SMYRNA BEACH Mrs
Robert Able and '
i 1 .'" Avers, and family in Greenwich home this week. Pauline Baker was named chaIrman i
( Georse Hillshimer attended the
.'. : Conn. Mr and Mrs. Raymond PellsPf"nt pro tern of the New SmyrnaI
: 1 hf rngapinimplicit, XJ Scout Court of Honor in Lake Thursday Orlando.
r i 1 Helen Thursday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Hunt of in I Beach Business and Professional
i I I and refinement of this Sheraton. Palmetto are guests of Mr. and Miss Ann Bouchel spent the : Women Club. at an organization
weekend with her sisters In De-
". Mrs. B. R. i meeting Thursday night at the
Model U u catiftfjing. its >f Gray.Longwood
Coast Guard i Card Club met with Land. i Chamber of Commerce. Miss Norma ,
l( glorious Mason & Ilamlin tone.IN Mr and Mrs S. L. Tupper Satur- i Miss Thelma Roberts. daughterof of I I Storms was named secretary. '
: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts
i t pro tern Permanent officers will'not
i day.
GORGEOUS MAHOGANY Has I Leesburg and Clarence Sutton of be chosen until after nextThursdays
I Auxiliary First of the season meeting of Osteen. son of Mr and Mrs. Ralph ,i
the Lyman Parent-Teacher Assn. Sutton were" married at the homeof meeting at 8 p.m. at LAST OF SUMMER STOCK
the Cot C.
$1045 INC. BENCHdcJeJ'fr Barbecue is scheduled Tuesday night. Home Judge Ware in Sanford, Sept.
Membership be kept
,, I Demonstration Club is set Thursday 13. They were attended by Mrs. open
.... <: 1 Ralph Sutton and Mrs. Vincent for a while so more charter members -
[5 '" 'u .S."r' ,
: : ( be enrolled. Miss Her-
Foundation for Old GlorY Legion Brooke. The couple plan to reside can ,
SANFORD Another of the moine Dixon and Miss Rose King 250 DRESSES
ailc Cnast Guard Auxiliary barbecues. 's new home has already been with his parents. here from Daytona Beach Thurs- I i iI
) m. 2 .209' given during the year. was enjoyed laid Land was donated by W. J. I Miss Bessie: Beil of Mount Carmel I ii
: day night to help with the organization -
Wells Jr. Ill., and Nolan Osteen son
this week by 58 members wives l invited the group to iI i
PIANOS I of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Osteen
fit MAGNOLIA and friends at the lakefront head- attend their banquet.next month.
quarters. were married Sept. 20 at Folkston R.
Stoudenmirellome Ga. The couple are at home at
The barbecue was prepared by FIAT RIVER: CELEBRATES R.,
W. Hathaway Following the supper T..... 616 North High St.. DeLand. i FLAT RIVER t UP I Flat River Regularly up to $29.50Now I

motion pictures which dealt From has a holiday of Its. own to honor
with submarine warfare during the the current song "Flat River Missouri :
'Iar11 ere shown. ." which has achieved national -

Attending were COmdr. and Mrs Hospital popularity Dorothy Shay I .. I
OMMe. Earnest Londenberg. Mr. and Mrs. P-TA who singS the number on recordings I
l ()tacr John L. Brumley, Mr and Mrs. I lr-"",-' .-, TrIO *: .--j-<, ce", -*"i r.,,i i I was given the keys of the city I t ,

Joe Meuch Mr. and Mrs A. W SANFORD-W. L. Stoudenmire ; by Mayor J. W. Watts and pre-

&t 7aI cf&wt e' Lee. Mr. and Mrs. H B. Pope Mr has returned home after more : Opening Meet' I sented him with a l gold-plated $3.95
: and Mrs. Alex R Johnson. Mr. than eight weeks in Orange Gen- copy of her Columbia recording
i and Mrs Tom Butner, Mr and eral Hospital:; Orlando. }frr: i T p <- ', <> or.tENTERPRISE ]

Mrs M L. Raborn. Mr. and Mrs\ ': Mrs. Kenneth McLeod is spending I ParentTeachers children Sylvia and Lovlick, were .
AT DUVAL'SJoin Porter Lansing Mr. and Mrs. E. F. the week-end at Allendale.Mr. As.n. held its opening meeting in DeLand Friday.
Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore : and Mrs. James Ridge returned -:Thursday at the school auditorium Mrs. W H. Sineletary and
Our Special' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. MeNeill. Mr. from Sarasota this weekend with a good attendance FoIl daughter. Ann of Sanford are

SILVER CLUB t and Mrs. F. E. Roumillat, Mr. and I before moving there to resIde. I l lowing the regular business session I visiting her parfnts, Mr. and Mrs. All Sales Final
conducted by the president
Mrs. W. B. Ellerbe. I B. Canada. i I
I College students who left this I0.
the Rev. Cecil Cnssey, George W.M3.tks
Also Mr\ and Mrs. Archie B. Mrs. Fred Bender and Mrs. J.
v2.o3 Ilown vZiUU :Monthly I Smith and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. week are Stanley Rockey. Stetson ; County Superintendent of G. David of Sanford visited Mrs.E. .
University; Wajde Rucker Stetson Public Instruction, spoke on new
: W. A. Patrick and children, Mr. :' C. Snodgrass Thursday.
I and Mrs\ J. E. Rowland, Mr. and .. : Raymond Reel. David Jack- State school laws and the new I An announcement this week by STORE AIR-CONDITIONED
son and Clarence McKee board
Mrs. Edmund Meisch. Mr. and Mrs. school setups concerning I the Rev. and Mrs R. T. CaJdwell
F. E. Roumillat 3d, Mr and Mrs.'' School of Technology.; Miss Mjra members and trustees I i revealed" that he and his wife of '
; Start ,Southward and Miss Anna Lee Mr and Mrs. Chester Henderson .
collecting silver
your sterling now George A. Speer Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. ,' Brooklyn. N. Y. are parents of a
Our Silver Club Plan brings this precious I Tom Bolt. Mrs. Dorothy Corrode, Wills. Stetson University and children. Roxanne and babY girl, named Janet Lee, born '

possession within reach: of tile most modest 1, John Pope, Phil Hair, H. M. The family of W. S. Earle reports Howard were dinner guests of i Sept. 19. i
Mrs. John Krietzer in Longwood
budget You may purchase: a 6.piece. : Pearce, Samuel Smith Ruddy he is recuperating at Thursday. i.

t place: setting for only $263 Down-$2.00 Meisch W D. Hoffman Dale Hoff- Fernald-Laughton Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Donahue ,

per month Our collection includes. patterns man and W Hathawa\: I(went to New Smyrna Beach Sunday I WITH/ BUTTERICK SPECIAL PATTERNS FOR WOMEN UNDER 5'S"
I II I James O. Huff who has been
to suit every taste. No interest- No I .
Cotton tents awnings, and cano- several weeks at FernaldLaughtonis
Fulford and Mrs.
I Mrs. Tymie
carrying charges Yours at I i
were used by the Romans in now home greatly Improved.Mrs. SEWS
Nationally advertised prices! pies I Cornelia Priddy spent the weekend THE SHORTER WOMAN
1 70 B. C. Escar Price left Friday for I in Tampa visiting the Rev. I
Jacksonville to spend the weekend. I and Mrs. J. E. Skipper and fam-

Fat bank account isbes .Mn>. Ouida Wilson home demonstration ily Saturday in Tampa and going HER OWN WINTER WARDROBE

agent accompanied by Sunday to Coleman for a birthday -
t for Stomach Ulcer PainsIf Mrs J. A. Logan of Geneva and dinner with Mr. and Mrs. J. l #,

Prices Include Tax Mrs. Ralph Hammond of Long- Stokes and son and a visit with r1:
i you if'cin t hmto worry or work or a
iivtna. vnid PTo"a"V: not hay. "'',mlL'hur.r wood. left Friday for the homedf'monstra.tlon Mrs. Priddy father. Judge T. H. -_ a.
t Mode. :>&.0' Bu' .: vo" do ha.. u. ,, din t conference at Melbourne j
,'1 Victorian' I comb eu/.r rat unnec"uar..v on 01 tr.T pr Gr!t t.r'/.al t'dva' i/Tane's.:v so-a Miss Katherine Litch returned tt

L\\ r rr vA $l3.7S proved ulCl'r mrd pam.ns,,,01"D.for t h" rr nr..d.ar.h.rn r.r ""ma.nor x, ,rstomach. I Wednesday from New England. ,I : t'r:
and 0'nor ,oodo'" ca irrd. bycarpi. The National Recreation Asso- Mrs. M. H. Ryan and Mrs.
acid. \011. 15 aOld 0" o'uaaYi nation reports archery is rapid- Ernest Snodgrass were in Sanford
onl7 25c a box Oar 210 r' :.,3nn u-d
.. ]Iv increasing in popularIty" in the i Thursda
First or Ud& must connnLe: or doubt.your l 1
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'e, rc; .' and D Groups and cove : Wedding} Held I Rev.I Bache Supper, Dance 000000000000000'& 0.0o

i Congoleum, 6' and 9' width; Inlaid and Battleship Linoleum. At St. Cloud : Plans Final Fetes PlayersS @) Cool Weather Clothing
$5 Little Boys: Eton Suits all wool grey or Navy
1 Sink Top Rubber. 3 ft.width. Corrugated Rubber ; 5-, :' t., Ts_- :./ Se-' '_ -rl ; [ -=- :' *i T5 .--: S=-" '!' -S'rJ] I I Size 3 6 .....8.93

Runners black and maroon. 3 ft. width. Grass ST. CLOUD ;Miss Mar Lois Services COCOA-Members of the Cocoa @) Long Sleeved Dress Shirt white: Oxford

Rugs. all sizes.AMERICAN Conn youngest daughter of Mrs.J. I ..C'd::: S-' i;!,-i'T] Baseball Club, their families and @) cloth Size 2 8 ....... .._ ... _2.50 @
K. Conn and the late :Mr: Conn, I COCOA-The Rev. Harold F. friends were entertained SePt. 19 @) Socks light and dark colors Solid and >gv

;. RUG AND LINOLEUM CO. became the bride of F. Wayne Bache's final services at St. Mark's with a supper-dance in the converted @) stripes Size 3, 9] : .__.......39c & 49c x)

863 North Orange Ave. Phones 2-2188 and 2-2489 Cook son of :Mr: and Mrs. O L. 1 i Episcopal Church will be held today o boat house of Mr. and '. :
1 Cook of Tallahassee. at the Presbyterian I.; Mrs. Harry Murdock Rockledge 0
at 8 and 11 a.m, pnor to his
throughout Judy-Jim ShopRich'
I Dancing was enjoyed I
Church Sept 19.
-- o ,' I leaving for St Petersburg to take the evening m the spacious i
The Rev. James :M: Thompson up his duties as assistant rector of club-like room. formerly the QO 382 S, Orange Ae. Tel --1201 X
\ performed the double-ring ceremony 1 Episcopal Church. : house overlooking Indian boat-I
Combination Venetian Blind, Awning and Shutter ,. m a setting of pale pink I The Rev Bache's resignationfrom : but now the scene of many 0000@0@)0@@@@@0 O 0 4 Q 0Q
Gladioli against a background of : St. Mark's was made through social gatherings. Music was furnished I
: palms and greener Before the vestrymen this week. With his orchestra from !
HA by a :Negro<
ceremony, white tapers in grad- j IMRS. i family the Rev. Bache will leave Melbourne '
rn&Wllmw\ uated candelabra were lighted by for St. Petersburg next week. I
A buffet served later I
li\ Bashmski, while other tapers The Rev. Bache has served as supper was
in groups of three. burned on each I rector at St. :Mark: for more than by the hosts. i
; TEAR UAKK:Ed, !side of the organ loft, from which HARRY BROWNLEE, recent four years, and has also been very I Man-Poor Man
Mrs. B. T. Simpson gave a program bride, has accompanied I active in civic life. He served as
FLORIDA APPLIANCE & SUPPLY, INC. i of nuptial music. 1 her husband to Philadelphiawhere I I Rotary Club president last year, jra Mitchell 1iMrs. I ...

Formerly Home Insulation Co 1 o The bride, given in marriage by he will enter Temple 1 I and was a member of the local Who Can Tell?
953 her brother-in-law Horace M. I Citizen's Committee on Education.Mrs. _
COCOA LEESIJLKG OUNC.EE tUXTERPARK WIVTFR: r\KK. FLA.ORLANDO .. Bashmski wore a street-length : Medical School and she will Bache has been very active Tiller I

456 539 708 6890 i'' dress of sheer blue wool with accessories I i work on her masters degree in i in civic life also, serving as vice- 1
of off-whIte. She ear i bacteriology. She is the formeri president of the CocoaRockledgeGarden : Married I

--- I ned a white prayer book topped i Betsy Remembrance Dibble of the district Club federation and as a director of Garden of I When you drive a car with a quality paint job?
Iby I an orchid. I DeLand. :'- c." :',' c""' :.St r] i
Clubs. She has also assisted
o Mrs. George H. Henry, matronof i i the Brevard County Tuberculosisand in DELAND-In.. quiet ceremony Sam Jones-doctor of dents and faded paintwillgive
THE honor and sister of the bride, I, Friday night Mrs. Dons V. Tiller '
Health Assn St. Mark'sAuxiliary
FLY wore pale blue with matching accessories daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. De- !
and with all
the finest
Wuesthoff Memorial car paint job ever
NEW Miss\ : your
and earned a colonial ) McQiiinn'Married 'Hospital Auxiliary, and has assisted 'I Loach, became the bride of EIj j
of and white I mer A. Mitchell also of this city. !
bouquet pink rose- ;
I' at that hospital on many nicks and dents removed it will out-class car .
!'buds. ; The single ring ceremony per- ;, any
To r occasions particularly during the
STINSONSTATION The bridesmaids, Miss Florence formed by the Rev. L. A. Colding
war-time nursing shortage, as an
Morrison and Mrs. Betty Harts- l in the parsonage of the Second on the road.
o field sister of the bridegroom I anesthesist. Baptist Church before members of I
Announcement of the Rev. MrBaches i
WAGON wore beige and pale pink and car jUdget/ the immediate family and a few
successor at Mark'shas
ried colonial bouquets similar to \ I close friends. :
< C
-' -" 5. --0 r -" 'rrl not yet been made.
atHOEQUIST that of the matron of honor's. ST. CLOUD-Miss Betty Jean The bride wore a dressmaker Take it to SAM'S and Ride with PRIDE
Acting as best man was Ronald suit of grey wool. Her accessorieswere
Nettles of Tallahassee, while ush- :. McQuin daughter of Mrs. Ger- of fuschia and her corsage ,
trude McQuin of St. Cloud ando Dr.
ers were Jimmy Thompson and I. of cream pom poms was finished
AIRPORT Robert H. McQum of Edmonston,
Earl Hensel Jr. I with matching fuschia ribbons. 1
I After the ceremony the wedding o Md, became the bride of Bertie Back Mrs. Edward Perry was matron i io SAM JONES PAINT AND BODY SHOPDial
Lee Padgett/ son of :Mrs: Mamie i Family
I party was entertained at the homeof of honor.
Whether it be the purchase of a new air plane or learning Padgett Kissimmee, at the Methodist I
the brIde's brother-in-law and Edward Perry was best man for
to fly. or caring for the plane you now ha\e let our many sister Mr and Mrs. H. M. Bashin- Church in Folkston Ga. I From the son of Mrs. Alma Mitchell of 6628 130 N. Garland [at Jefferson St.]
I Sunday. Sept 21. The ReF. G. Congo
ears of experience a si-t you and guide you m our flying skI. I Cropper Ky. I
Gilbert officiated at the double-
caieer. Following a short wedding trip. i --"= "" -> ,,, r _c'. <:: ", -V! <::rcrl The young couple are residing I I
Mr. and Mrs. Cook will be at home ring ceremony. !1 COCOA-Friends'a d"relatives I at 116'2 N. Orange Ave here. I
Tel. 8625 or 8670 I The bride wore an ashes of roses
in Tallahassee where the bridegroom
of Dr. and Mrs. William S. Hugh- I :
is a student at Florida State semi-tailored suit with white ac- lett missionaries to the Belgian New small powerful batteries
f Um\'er<;lty. cessories. Miss Doris McQuin of are making smaller more efficient
Congo, Africa were delighted to NOTICE !
Washington D. C.. sister of the I
I welcome them and their family hearing aids possible. The bat-
bride, and her only attendant, I
BEAUTY SPECIALS IF VITAMINS back to the community this week I teries can be tucked away into a
wore an aqua dress with white accessories i.i for a short \isitI small unit.Hughlett .

THIS WEEK ONLY DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry and a bandeau of flow- I I The Hughletts are back in this I -
ers in lieu of a hat.
country on a :years leave of absence : stopped in Clearwater, en CENTRAL FLORIDA SALESAnnounces
NUXATED A small reception was held at i

I Reg. $10.00 Creme Oil Machine Perm. ______.._.......$6.50 Wbm jour doctor ttnt jwn a IRON medicine and H the home of the bride's mother at ,o medical, following missionary a fne-year service periodof in route point of from landing New to Orleans see his mother., their
anrma t help you be mea umber nedieine. lrkesae. 436 New York A\e, Sunday. after
Reg. $12.50 Creme Oil Machineless Perm. ...____.$7.50 If vitamin don t buck you .P. try which the went to Washington the Congo. After Dr. Hughlett's arrival here
I' M 1 SATED.in rest IKON blood to Fee trio full r-d build blood mot Mm* full manrof ndcnlor D. couple C. They wall return- Mrs. Hughlett, daughter of Mr. and a short visit, the family continued the opening of its new office at
in Helene Curtis cold waves $10 up o to feel just wonderful :oct to M.XATLU and Mrs. R. M. Packard. Cocoa on to Clearwater where I Io i
BOY tableta for reside after Oct. 15. o
quite awhila. Cm tbm a tau here to o
ROUX oteL Sat M only M 4mo t on Ux Ubei. visited her parents here for a few they will reside during the year's
shampoo tine-REVLON nail polish Mrs. Padgett of Edmonston Md.,
--'- i i days with the children Vera Dorothy leave. They are expected here 1217 N. ORANGE AVE.
I came to St. Cloud a little over a
Ann and John, while Dr for a family celebration Oct. 18.
NO I year ago, and is one of the popu- I 1 1I
j lar employees at the Citizens .1 I
r Exclusive dealers this section for
} ; State Bank. I in
: All Senior Operators at BOTH locations I The bridegroom, a native of Os- Ethel Ann PlattsI
ALL WORK GUARANTEEDLa df ceola County returned to st. j' PERMATILEthe
Cloud less than two years ago from I \\ STORY TIME: LADY

France S4LON Beauty Memorial SALON Beauty I extensive his Army work with service the Herzberg and resumed I Announces the Opening of her Studio Oct. 1 1st : finest aluminum wall tile to be had, we are /

138 \. Orange .\\rJffftrsnn 1111 Kuhl \n., I"pstairsOppoMtf II I Shoe Store. Children tutored or coached-Kindergarten thru I now in a position to handle your tile require-
(.t. Bids: pstairs orange :Memorial HospPHONE ments promptly.
PHONE: 2-3013 : 8217 Elementary Grades I

f Mrs. Gorham Private Lessons ....__................_.$2.00 hr. : SEE US FOR:
_. e PFRMATILE: a Custom made stiinlfsi nine
--- Group Lessons ... _......_.._. $1.25 hr. e. Robber and asphalt floor tile and boards aluminum sink drain

r Do suffer distress from EntertainsTic. e Modernaire Modrrnaire electric gas: heaters fans Modernaire attic fans
i 1 1I 1217 N. Orange Ave. Phone 6840
I f ALTAMONTE SPRINGSMrs.T. 122113 N. Orange Are Tel 2-4374'
I emi'FEMALElCWEAKNES L. Gorham entertained at her
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home on Hermits Trail Thursday
morning Attending from Orlandowere

ON A GOOD RENTAL INSTRU- Mrs. Alf Hazen Mrs. B. FMcKmnev .
Miss Nettie Bell Smith
MENT FROM ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Mrs. O. L. Coulter: and :Mrs. Larry THE
Swanson from Winter Park, Mrs. ,
R. S. Bradford and Mrs. Clarence
You con (leon to play on instrumentfor

S your own. enjoyment and the I I Home Mr. ,and Altamonte Mrs. E. N.Springs.Mitchell will Presents Its Community Budget and Program

enjoyment of your family and friends return this week from Boston and

through modern; easy-to-learn 'I Nova Scotia. :
:: Whitehead left
With Its Nervous Mrs.Iary
methods, you will be able to play
Wednesday for Selma N. C., and
Highstrung Feelings? i:' simple, melodies from the very begin- Worchester Mass.
Administrative Budget April 1947 Thru March 1948
Are you troubled by distress of female i nmg Mr. and Mrs. B. D. McIntosh Jr. 1
functional monthly disturbance rt'tumedVednesday from North '

*? Does, cranky It ,make restless you, weak feel tonrrroiu a Look forward to that inner satisfaction Carolina and Tennessee.Mrs. A.J.L.A. Dues .........._....._.._....._?..___........._....._....._ JS 915.00

bit moody->t such time? Then DO and relaxation from daily routine Hugo Voss spent Tuesdayin League Activities .........__...____....... ...............___......__,_ 335.00A.J.L.A.
try Lydia E. nnkbam Vegetable. that only playing an instrument can Ocoee, with Mr. and Mrs. W H 850.00
Cum pound to relieve such symptoms Delegates to Annual Conference __ ___

!reported Women remarkable by the thousandsbare benefits. give you. Wurst.T.. G. Kyle is a patient at the News Sheet... ... ___.._ ____'__.'.___"."__'. .-..--... 275.00

Plnkham Compound Is what Ask us about our instrument rental o Florida Sanitarium where he recently Administration Expense __m_______ ___..__ 150.00

has Doctors a grand caU soothing a uterine effect sedative on one It; plan-a few cents a week places one underwent an operation. Club Rent [Sorosis] .. ................__... 50.00

of oman's most Important organs. of these superb instruments in Mr. and Mrs L. T. Bryan re- Miscellaneous ......._............_.._...__..._. .._._ 50.00
Taken your turned this week from Hot
pound ee lp sb udnkham'aisCannagatnstauchdistresa.It s ALSO agreat own home right now! Start to- Springs, Ark.. where they have Educational Activities __. _. 50.00

stomachic tonic I All drugstores. Change day to enjoy your full measure ot been acationmgJ .
It the of Life C. Howell was called to Bainbridge $2.915.00These
rl11 musical happiness.
age'PerIOd ::cu Agl Ga.. Tuesday by the deathof

Monthly Female Pains lints at eaya'.a ude Itoaomea 1nlddl his father. expenses taken care of in their entirety by membership dues.

rinkham Is (e feeha i"ona hot C Jr, and Robert S
Compound rrrytffeetnt 8
ham Hg"e fJ.ei :
to relieve monthly sUch pound PiAtDury ROBINSON i a next week for
tramps headache. backache. l tlJ ap: p !:::::, yrY Greenville S. C., where they will
when monthly due to disturbances female functional .. Its la11loZt.8 relIeveror attend Bob Jones College. Ellis Community Budget April 1947 Thru March 1948

MUSIC CO. Banks another Bob Jones student,

left last week for Gainesville. Negro Health Center ___............._____.._._......_.....___....____.._..___..$ 280.00

.-_ L' nlLL -'. VEGETABLE) 531 N. Orange Ate Trl 6303 Curtis Kyle, from St. Peters- Community Education ..............................?...__.._._..._.____...._ 200.00

II"J. a fr' COMPOUND I burg. is visiting his. parents Mr 0 Children's Theatre ___..___________..__ __. ..._. 2000.00
and Mrs T. G. Kyle.WALKOVER
-- I IIiil Volunteer Service Bureau ._............... ........ ... .. ._..S 700.00

Radio Educational Program for Children ..._.._ 1000.00

!Iiil Thrift Shop .. .... ..... ._ .._.........__._.___ ___... 2000.00

I LUCKY SIZE SHOE SALE Negro Welfare Planning Council ______ _._ 75.00


MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY Estimated Income for 1947-43 ., ,....3037.31

From Thrift Shop .. ......................__...?.._.?.._-_....._ _....____..__.... 1200.00
\\f are inaugurating a policy of end-of-the-month Clearance Sales offering regular shoes of Mortgage on Fair Oaks [at $100.00) per month] .__ 1200.00
which we have only a few pairs to a style, all combined in one group at one bargain price.

I 4237.31

ARE YOU LUCKY? The size charts below willt tell you if we have your
ill Radio Educational Program For Chlldren:

MEN'S LADIES' size90 A program presented for the children of Orange

$695 5 Negro Health Center: County, with two phases prevalent: In-schooT

NOW NOW ;, This fund for rental.Community broadcasting meaning "trooPing" to individual classrooms -
with recording machines to play fifteen min-
--w :!;I Education: ute discs correlated with school subjects: and "live"
Were 58.95 to $10.95 Were $6.95 to $10.95
presented each Saturday. with the children -
.n An eminent speaker on a national controversial programs
WALKOVERJester I'' ject to be presented to the public free of charge at themselves participating under the supervision -
PINE TREE, TONIC the Municipal Auditorium on February 13, 1948.Children's of a Director.
Loafer leather
soles. Were $IO.to.
ARCH and FRANKLIN I Theatre:

i iC Presentation of three outstanding productions for the Thrift Shop:

LOAFERSin r children of Orange County. The Junior League's only sustained money-making"

e project dealing in second-hand clothing. with the
Volunteer Service Bureau
: anticipation of having a paid worker at some future
This is the major project of the Junior League to date releasing League members for further vol-
ANTIQUE BROWN CONNELL demonstrate to the community its vital need. The unteer service In the community.
-. object is to organize the community in volunteer services -
't. White buck with brown to aid any Health and Welfare agency in the
saddle red rubber
? oles Were : County. Orange County will recall the setting up Negro Planning Council:
$1.9:1.'I' In 1938 of a Central Index by the League to aid the
I'I 1 welfare agencies in the County. and that it is In The Junior League was instrumental In the settingup ;
Ladies, ;if your size ;is listed you'll get a I : operation today, as a department of the Commu- of the Negro Community Welfare Planning Council
nity Welfare Planning Council. Groundwork is now last Spring, with this fund offered to pay Initial

Mister, if your size ;is here it's a bargain! quality shoe for a bargain price! : being laid for the inauguration of this project. expenses.

"lOT" I' I"z'" 8 8i4I 1 S 1'1" I 118iIii' ii'TniaI' WIDTH ((4tG I s iS4 l 6 !1645 I T In2 t I !1\2 !Total '
-0--1-111--1 I it'--I-I-t-r' Z ,-i1 1t!-I i3c AA I I I it I 11 I l' I 4I I 31 I 11 I 11 I' The Junior League has sponsored no money-raising event since 1937

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Page 24 alt! -nndatl!t *ctttinrl- -'tar Orlando, Florida, September 28, 19V7;Church Women Aid Seal Sale/ NEW LOCATION

For the fifth consecutive year mjj in the local health program of DR G. W. MENTZCHIROPRACTOR ilhr Eorn
Pine Castle News
hundreds of church women comprising -I the association and as such constitutes
PORTO Recruiting Drive FIVE CASTLE-Woman's Club l all denominations in Or- srTDII;:
of the
a )large percentage
will meet Thursday for an all-day ., lando will combine their effortsto
I membership of the tuberculosis 120 S. Court St.
POWER prepare the annual Christmas i I
10:30 in
I meeting starting at : ,i iI ': seals for mailing Nov 24 accord- : association!'> which is a voluntary

Smoker Slated parish house. Quilting and sewing t Qd'I ing to Paul Stme. Seal Sale chaIr- ;, agency," I II I Ii -- -- ---- II
I will fill the morning session with 1 :\ man for 1917.Pointing III I

covered dish dinner at noon and this worth while out the community importance service of-I I Five Arrested For I TOYLAI Di !

Approximately 400 Naval reser ; the business meeting will follow. I It .. Stine saId. "wIthout this service -f T 5 t I,
vests and their guests will be entertained t! Mrs H. A. McGill was hostess I t c: from the church women the : Alleged Car Thefts OrangeArt I'I

at the Reserve Armory to the September luncheon meeting Orange County Tuberculosis and I'I
A car-theft rackpt desti awn
was 1
Health Assn could not reach the
here t tomorrow night with a recruiting I
of the Annie Willoughby Circle Highway 0sass I
25.000 individuals on the current here yesterday by Florida *UDN s
drive smoker Lt Comdr.W. J. Burdick I Patrolman J. B. Hooten. who
: Thursday. Mrs mai'.mc list with the annual II
R. Conway USNR commandant arrested three men and two boss TIIiCTQtJi
; presided Present were Mrs. Herbert Christmas Seals and health in- Dcl i1 .
: of the unit announced yes- t Dean and son Jimmie Mrs. 'formation to protect the homes in all from DeLand for alleged involvement \ 51KmI$ 'I Ii

teiaav The guests will be prospective ; Tom Anderson and daughter; this community from tuberculosIS.. Most cars in !stolen the' ring.were broken Tors II II I I
pa-I I imagine few residents I
tricia Ann Mrs. Elliot White \rrr ana
down woods Df>Land and rw
itHiuits in the O-l U. S. Naval ,' in a near
C. C. Blair and daughter in our community realize the an,seotNN I
RI'"t'I"Imit here and they will the parts sold to a junk dealer
: ,mm with enlisted and officer per- the Mraes George Ayers. Glen 6E tremendous. work. brine accomplished Hoot en said. Adults arrested were 'I'I
bv this association which
onnel) in celebrating the recent Faulkner Alvin Hooks. Arnold R. !listed as Fred Zornes, Riley Hir- Unit TUTU
R. Norman Max Walker VV E. n operated solely with the
increase of the unit to a membership kok and Bill Harris
approaching! full complement. I Yarnngton, Ramy Burdick. Wil- mono received from the" purchase -
< sI of Christmas Seals.
Entertainment for the affair mot Lesser Anderson and Walter i
will be furnished by the Harmon- WIlloughby. :Mrs Cecil Davis. 625 S. Delaney. '
eers" quartet. Negro singers under R. H. Berg;: of Melbourne will !general:: chairman. of the drive this ,i
Dale Course
HYDRAULICEQUIPMENT the direction of Z. L. Riley and speak at the men's dinner in the : year stated this !help offered bY Carnegie I
well known in this section. palish house Thursday at 6:30: Y the <"1111'hQnlf"n i: ,of. O..:tied: I
Berg is lay leader of the Or- !"f'pl'f'"pn'1': : I I IDP I ''' p: f- .
\dditmnal music for thesm..t'r p.m. will be grant In 8,1' inn .t?.i' '1If'chul" i In Effective Speaking
lando district The dinner .
.. .
will he furnished by .v
served by the members of the An- IP Kr a j" .pa'- ''I
equipment supplied by the CHRISTIAN EDUCATION BEGINS EARLY for these kinder-

r1i HAND Johnson. Music Co. me There WIlloughby was a clean-up Circle. day held garten pupils at the Tabernacle Christian Day School, as Mss, Personality Development and the "

Entertainment committee for on the school grounds Saturday by Peggy Renn labovei! points out Biblical truths to Allan WoocHI, !] Art of Winning Friends and
the !'>smoker headed by CCM James i
JACKS Cooper. USSR announced that : the community. Phil Davis, Evelyn Alderman and El" se: Thomas Miss Jessica
Prescott of the Navy is Influencing
Stanley People
refreshments will be provided durm : spending a 10-day leave at his Floyd teaches students in grades 2 through 6 Elementary subjects Dale Carnegie

FLOOR the evening I home. | of readin', 'ntm and 'nthmetic/ are augmented by Bible OVERCOME FEAR
---- The store room m the Critten- lessons and chorus Singing. Morns Butler Book, pastor, who

JACKS Two Crewmen HurtIn den Block recently vacated by E. : leaves soon for a new pastorate in Inglewood, Col., is respon- New All-in-One Sonoton GAIN POISE DEVELOP LEADERSHIP
B Martin is to be opened Oct. 1
Train Derailment as an electric and plumbing shop sible for providing Orlando with this means of Christian Hushes Noise-You Relax!

sALEM Oie i lAPI 1 Two trainmen by M A. Olds & Co. I education. This newest Sonotone I is the Investigate what this course has done for 100,000men
BAILEY MOTOR were hospitalized and three The Methodist Episcopal Church ---- -- --- ONLY all-in-one instrument
others as well as several passengers will observe Promotion Day today. I with Bi-Focal Control. Great and women. Write for literature.
ture installation of officers Meloon.
was Special music was by MissGrace ;
tore shshtlv hurt in derailmentof Mrs. A. R. Hill of Welaka is comfort through noUy da/1.
southbound Southern Pacific's w ho were: teacher Mrs. R. J. Han- : Coiman Victor Caverlv. See illSONOTONE!
EQUIP. CO. i visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tan-
Nest Coast Limited early jester-: sell, president. Mrs. J. E. Burns: Warren Caverlv. of Orlando. !i Class Starts Oct. IOth, 6:00: Papa, Y.M.G.A

Phone 8136 day. D. E. Smson, baggageman. ; ner.Mrs, Weldon Curry attended the membership Mrs C. E. Maull: fellowship OF ORLANDO 1 I
1, suffered cuts about the head and : meeting of the managers of the Mrs. H J. Holton: stewardship Enroll Now
78 V Garland Orlando George Miller, mail clerk, had hip TAm Orlando She is president Mrs. W. J. Brown: ministries FAMOUSCALART 611 METCALF BLDG. ,

I> and back injuries 'I of the local organization. Mrs. C. A. Wham; secretaryand (Artificial) FLOWERS i I
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I Parent-Teacher Assn. met
treasurer Mrs. R. K. Entz- Most ....tu..1 A.tlfc.1 Flown Made PHONE 22101G.
) I Thursday for their first meeting minger! troop captains: Mrs. C. MANY VA'UETlE5-ALSO' VASES
tlI t21M 2eI < 21- and Mrs. Leila Wham. Special
I t. '
Mezaanin Hotel
(Ph. 1551)) Angebilt l
.. i I, last year was shown by W. Reed. guests were Mr. and Mrs. W C. BATTERIES! FOR ALL AIDS
For the fourth time in two ? At the reception that followed, W.

years our Installment Loan [ : i J. Brown introduced the teachers.
Department on the 4th floor 1 f 0: I The SOS Club will meet Monday I
at the home of Martha Bow-
has enlarged its quarters. I
I ., man on S. Main St. I
The Rev. Fields of Orlando will I

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO fill the pulpit of the Baptist
Church Sunday. '
t 5.
Capitol and Surplus One Million Dollars t
k' Mr\ and Mrs\ Paul Hendley and

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I J I children. have returned from Georgia : / I Ia .

I Mr. and \Irs. J Gherkins and
children recently of Lakeland. IAA"
1 formerly of Kankakee. 111, and S
GRILLAND Mr\ and Mrs Don Hubbard of
Lake City were recent guest!; of AF. ah
Mr and Mrs. C. S. Norton N.
Main St.First .
meeting;: of Brownie Scouts
Troop 2 will be held in the Scout
THE HAMILTON HOTEL House: Wednesday at 3:45: pjn. :=:= .
Membership cards will be given
out and new plans made for the
activities for the coming jear r t
WINTER PARK Methodist Church has received

improvements including a new iron i
roof. 1i-i 1
WILL BE OPEN FOR THE SEASON Miss Lurlene Greene leaves :
Monday for the Bob Jones College -
in Greeneville S. C.. where
she will resume her studIes. S a.
\ Mrs. J. L. Sunday underwent a
major operation at the Orange ,
I Memorial Hospital Friday.
UNDER SAME MANAGEMENT Alathean Class. Baptist Sunday
I School held their annual banquet
in the annex Friday. Main fea-

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I AT THE SIGN OF I Page 26 \Clir! Sunday! &rntmrl- tar Orlando, Florida, September. 28,. 1947 Olsen: G Pnlreh%:Qi OrlandoCol.
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We hate the most modern complete factor equipped shop in'Florida LeRoy Hoeo>dst
for recnndilioninc all kinds of saws New
Florida Saw Service 319 Long St.-Rear FAIJHILD Cci ItO .- "

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Step dampness at same time r t., -
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t\Oi\\ }! 4 I q J41 I and warmth, exterior tie: sr ,:-
flCDEMV a decorate with Bon Jen.Com
bine the beauty of color
with the knowledge that % .

1 i ST. I.>ETLILS111IRG 8 FLORIDA i.4.. ,. 9fi.a < moisture is sealed out of the. j Howard I
d y 'ails. Brush: it on yourself.ow
r M1B cost Ass bo.dt ARCPost
t ,Nu11Ua only Rt\idi[ Military Academy with a"d' Shicca.Bridk .
J-imor R O.T.C. Unit.: Member: Southern Associate I .-Ikph+makes about $f0O- end Masonry.Keept Office

"" .rt '# : ,n of Colleges! and Secondary: Schools Associa- .. __ ,, ... ,. ... j one(,-,qdllo." t',t.,whit,plr j Foundations prjr. WINTER
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I 1'' I 1-'{ .. States. Highest Government Ratine.: An Accredited 1 THE SOAPING OF A KETTLE to prevent it's blackening! { when Painter. Mrs T G Brennan, M's E J Sanders (kneeling by Get HOT &QNBEX Cedar Owl /raw... .

,:.' j)I; 1. t L'niversity Preparatory School. Limited Enroll- used over an open fire is demonstrated to new G.rl, Scout lead- tire{ I, Mrs A Wittcnstem, Mrs. G L. Ayers, Mrs. Cecil Davis, Jas. GoOt ,
(, ;- ment. Separate Junior Department. Mrs. C. B. Burkhalter Mrs. E. L. Brewtcn Mrs. A. V. Lundberg. ..
: : 'kTropical Paint Co. The Sbvrvm-WluiMiu c.
Mrs. J. L. local executive. Left to Mrs. G. R.
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Mrs. Campbell Thornal, Mrs. W. D. Johnston end Mrs. J. M. -33V. R'l.! 434 N. Ora.ice Ar.Builder iin AJ- .
.J, t ? Cot Walter K. Mendels. President : Brunson, Mrs. Frank Chase, Mrs. R. Griffith, Miss Jeanine
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\ itffJ/ Become Outdoor Girls 4

fv.v: 9 HOME HEATER EVER MADE! There are 22 Orlando matrons bacon and t'j'gare! ready for They returned, not broken inspirit trr tram who derided to take a Place your order t

who ha\e become real outdoor eating. as the" less hearty might &ur- troop and are taking the course

siirls. And without a skillet too. The mIse. but smtzmir. Their song was for the first time. They arc TODAY for. .
Not that, they also Girl
only are
rye Scout Leaders after a two weeks'training top of the can is a sufficient utensil Marching to Praetona," a song Sirs. ('. K. Burkhalter and her
I There is the obvious conclusion daughter, :"Mrs. Cawood \Vhitle
course which has given of the Girl Guides of Africa
{ in this cooking method-no
!, them enough confidence to guide dishwashing.There. brought to America during an international The remaining 20 women who 1 THE COOLEST AWNING
i the varied activities of a Girl meeting. received leadership certifirau.,
( r DUO-THERM Scout troop. statement is concerning one exception the 22 to women the- The day of concentrated instruction are: the Mmes. R. N. Inman. L A UNDER THE SUN
Hatton. O. L. Hagar Jr., T. G.
I was not over even at
At the overnight camp winch from Orlando. EnthusiasticMrs.
NEATSYOURNOME" j concluded the course yesterday, Frank Chase has been coming bedtime. The Scout leaders had Brenaman. G. L. Ayers. W. D. .
r Johnston. G. R. Brunson. J M ;
to learn to make bedrollandsleep
WITH :, the women received leadership from Windermere nearly everyday
Collins. Randolph Griffith. E J. '
certificates and Girl Scout pinsat for the classes and will: takeover in it. Some of them slept
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I outside around the dying campfire Sanders. Campbell Thornal. H V.Lundber j :
an investiture ceremony. a Brownie troop in that com- ;> Protects from Sw awl' Rain
Cecil Davis and Frank
while the weaker just slept in the ,
1; munity.Tin _
110 WfJiDO That was not the extent of activities Chase, of Windermere.
clubhouse the floor.
can cookery has been taughtby ; $3I
for the leaders at their
Also the Mmes. A. WittenMein.' .
Mrs. Ann Ingle Girl Scout executive :
Miss Opal Thomas. arts and
held at La Coterie Club on -.s- '
camp. H. G Wilson. Clyde McKenzie. J.
who has been instructorfor PERMANENT BEAUTIFULECONOMICAL
crafts instructor at Deer Lake
Lake Conway, for they are now .
T. Thomas. R. R. Strain and '
the course said that the wom- -- ,
Camp for the Summer. She also
prepared to lead a comfortable existence -
George Johnston.
have of the
demonstrated en gotten more spirit
with just a few twigs popcorn popper
pieces of string and some emptytin made from a tin can. The leaders of scouting from being together

SEE THE NEW DUG->i..M FUEL OIL HEATER AT cans showed their confidence in their and doing from the thIngs formal cooperativelythan lectures. ...=. "' =
found learning by having J. W. Hickman D.D.S. 'V
new a
i With rope and a few sticks they PATENTED ( :. :: .
have learned to make camp stools popcorn snack around the camp- There' is a mother and daush-:
and tables Then they will cook fire in the evening supplementedby
r MODERN APPLIANCES! INC. i about anything you can name on skits and other entertainment. ANNOUNCES ilileEt VENTILATING 'WNINGS
a tin can stove. The leaders took a nature hike FOR s LElI AeINeS:
We Render a Complete Engineering and !1 With just a twist of the cani in the afternoon and drew up II : The opening of an office for
i opener, to protide an outlet for maps identifying the birds and the of Nationally advertised in Better Homes & Gardens
general practice
Installation Service 'I, smoke and an inlet for wood flowers they saw. I Weapons Carrier ;I jI Dentistry at and House Beautiful Magazines.For i

Authorized Sales & Service r, 3 t more than 15 years Zephyr Awnings have protected
Cashion Hand I 4 ton DodgeLarge : 11 G-E PARK AVE., S. and beautified American homes.
joins Carey I [ Size JeeplBest )
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Orange AT* Phone 5U I I u.S. K Patent fin 21.053.
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1 F. Clifton Cashion. prominent tied with the Colpt-'C! Park Baptist; I VNti'alM' Awamgs of Orlando
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vo'jni Orlando business man ha. CIrnvh.vhri; r> Cashion hascrxod
been appointed on the staff of as clerk of the church and Mrs. CALL 2.1132 14 F. 'hurch St. Room 115
Carey Hand Funeral Home. Inc.. Ca' !lIon has taken a prominent I ASK FOR MALONE ; -. i v Phones; Orlando 9691--Hil. Leesbarg 491 Red
effective: Monday. Sept. 22. it was rt in the women and children's I I
USE CHLORDANE announced today by company ofii- -'-. \vork. ,
,ials. '" (''11'(':> Hand Funeral Home -- _. -- :. y
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Cashion. better known as "Cliff bushed m Orlando in 1890
by his friends, the: late Mr. Hand. Sine; Mr.
came to Orlandoin .fanci's death, it has been carriedon
rieCropSafensecftfte/ / / / 1934 and has under the direction of Mrs.
been active in the : Nellie G. Hand and O. C. Yearcin.C. .
civic betterment M. Franklin and R. A. Cole 9
of Orlando. He is Q the" latter three hemp licensed funeral ...It't
the immediate riirectris. -
: J Chlordane insecticides get the-bugs without past president of In hs: new enriea\or Cn,hion
hurting your crops. For truck gardens the Orlando Jun- win cmtir.uo TO take' an active in-
I here is the most effective insect toxicant ior Chamber of ;. t '.' in :ill] cn'aff\ ::>:' ,
i yet developed. Deadly to most common tEA f'1(''NrRS Commerce the,"" i' I
largest organizaftion
pests.Consistently gives kills of 95 to 100%. I
Yet when >> of its kind J Set Welcome Relief j
properly applied. Chlordane z4RtPSBEETLff\ the" world. It r

does not injure even such delicate cropsas ,' while he mt! a ,
squash and melon vines. Residue 1=LtA FromSlomachGas "
volatilizes chairman t h ;>
completely in 2 or 3 weeks. I '
May be used with standard fungicides. WtRE\ i 1 the JayCees exCashion 3 0 B
sWLE cepded the 2,000 mark in membership Sour Food TasteDo f .
I Chlordane is available in many commer- for the first time in its his- .

cial brands of insecticides-in wettable cRKKF'TSFYERS 1 tory. you fact Mooted and miserable afterevery !
powders, dusts, and emulsions. Ask I j In addition to his JavCee affilia- mi>al? If so here Is how you may aofS
your i i tion. Cashion is an active member rid yourself of this nervous distress.
local dealer for them today. Be sure the of the Orlando Optimist Club. Thousands have found It the way to be
Vo' cheerful and happy again.
I label states plainly "contains Chlordane"or i secretary of the Orange County Everytlme food enters the stomach a
"contains Octa-Klor" (trade name Youth Council and a member of vital gastric: juice must flow normally to -= -
the Army Advisory Committee.representing break-up certain food particles; else the .
for Chlordane). THERE $1J.UA.S .
fpod may Sour food acid Indi-
(r. ARE NO SUBSTITUTES. the JayCees. He and gestion and gas frequently' cause a mor- ,
his wife Elma I Bobbie 1 are the bid, touchv, fretful peevish nervous i 1 1if
apn co H your local dealer can 1 proud parents of three children condition loss of appetite. underweight, 4 4K

:'. 1:) _' not yet supply you with cuaEETL.Sh ', Martha and twins. Bruce and Bar- restless get sleep real weakness.To relief you must Increasethe
st I r \ .. it \1 insecticides containing! bara. In church circles the Cash- flow of this vital gastric juice. Medi-
Chlordane write as ion family is prominently identi- cal authorities In independent laboratory -
:t direct for the name of tests on human stomachs have by
jI{ a dealer who can. & ryo7l sa I positive amazingly proof effective shown in that increasing SSS Tonic; this is w

Sow when It is too little
- - - or scanty due {
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\ / I p ulucs HYMAN & & Hji4 f CABINETSCustom This to a non-organic Is due to the stomach SSS Tonic disturbance.formula. I It
which contains special and potent activating -

'I I I E S I: Gentlemen in 4 : Please D.send'me mrr.Colorado more i iI I built to fit any opening. Also,Ingredients.SSS Tonic helps! build-up non-i| 9
I/ t information irganlc: weak watery blood In nutritional -
about insect pest conj '
I anemia-so with a good flow of
1 trot with Chlordane (Octa-Klor) as con- Quality material and workmanship this gastric digestive Juice plus rich redi i
j tained in your free bulletins on: I blood you should eat bt tter.sleep better '
J < ) Truck Crop Insects ( ) Ants feel better, work better, play better. y
< ) Livestock REASONABLE PRICES Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses -
Parasites lta ) Roaches i of soda and other alkallzers to -

lame .._........ ...... ...._ counteract you so dearly gas need and Is bloating SSS Tonic when to what help
: f Pine Castle Lumber & you digest rood for body strength andrepair.
I Street or R.F D. Don't; wait! Join the host of
; happy people SSS Tonic has helped.l
I t 1! City S te. .,.._. HARDWARE CO. Millions of bottle* sold. Get a bottle of
'hone 5751 i SSS Tonic from your drug store today.
1 SSS Tonic helps Build Sturdy Health, ,

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Monday, September 29, 1947 (Orlando fHnrnlng S'ruUnd Page 11 III

r--- HOLLYWOOD WITH inilFUA n P A ocrWc .... ,,' -- n ___

r d Orlando., Mrs.ReceivesCol. CloudAs Home Building i 11 th2IL.r) ) !r": )"Ir1.rrrr!:: ] "1J"J"1Jar" ) in] &S r rIa1ri)1] .. ciomi, Ji.

Col and Mrs. Howard H. Cloud 1-- --
who hate been residing m Hawaii I

for three newest years, are among, Or- Construction of new homes in S Alegk .-,.. -.-. :.',' Beach $40,650 in Construction Authorized I
lando's citizens having 35 key metropolitan areas of the ; ,i ;! Building
just purchased a two-story homeat South Atlantic region of the ; if; th l
620 Park Lake Ave.
Col. Cloud is a brother of H. R. United States was more than four "" ", c ,.- ." built according to plans drawn byE I Atlantic $2:).8.H) i l Idltton i to dmm -
Cloud. long-time resident here times the total for 1939, accordingto .' Permits GainE DAYTONA BEACH A city F. DrLaHi.e. ardllt't.1 loom Citi".IP Construction
and has been transferred from the annual Investors Syndicate a1 build:ng permit has been issued to Rrrrnl permits made a total Co.. contractor: Susie A. Curmton,
i Hawaii to active duty with the survey esieida of. housing revealed here ;: ;.:'14 M" Carl A Swanson for the construction of S-IO.6dO authorized early this $300 roof i577: South St.: J. W.
14th Air Force Orlando Air Base > Nine> "7 of a $32.000 apartment houseto ; week hrrr Stokes. $200 a< dit;on at .47
Honda ,
r i He has a 30-year service record cities including p be located at 608 Bo-wick Ave Other permits granted are: John Julia St
Orlando, .t. t SMY: RNA BEACH Issuan
are included in the survey eEir YeNq.r -
\\nh the Arm, and heads a military which eight States.The I t -. ('e of buildin, has I'Carlson Construction Co. is the H. Mercer $2.000 residence at 244 .....---.-.-.-...." ....--
covers ptirruts mtrea..ed ,
family His son is a major, .t r' -- 711 qt ; contractor. and trip project, which Adams: John Taylor. $350 storage: r
New Srmma Beach
these States in
at Ft. Crook Neb increase in is will include six apartments withan room at 354 Keech St : Charles
stationed : a son- : :
far above the within the last week: while RADIOS
national local
average : additional buildins for Grant. $3.000 residence
in-law. Lt. Col. W. C. Chapman ( ; two cars at 952
at Ft. Benninp, and one son lost The which South shows Atlantic a 50 region per cent showedan rIse. -.,, : : 1tf.1'Jt...aa. 1 Iealtors reported of real a estate slack reason; intiansfeis and heatine: eqUipment. will be Madison- :--- : !New< Cortez Hotel 800 N. ', : REFRIGERATORS :
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hip life &* a flier in the Pacific .IIBe : WASHERS :
increase of more than 12 times largest single' building permitto

1 area.daughter Patricia at home Cloud, is ,a junior the only in over built the in 1945 number, the survey of housing said.units be issued:Methodist went to Church the Community Women's GOP Club x Orlando Shrine Club : NEED REPAIRS? :

Orlando HIgh. Total new housing units built the Peninsula which plans on to Schedules Monday Meet To Meet Tuesday Night i For \nv Make +
Sale of the property was made .,
in the 35 key areas is 141,772 in spend $10000 erection of : Call :
Mrs. Nat on a The Orlando Women's Republican Orlando
through/ Clay baugh realtor Shrine Club will hold
as with
the compared 32,245 in church school 60 by 20 feet. Club will meet in the assembly its first Fall : BARTON'SYou :
representing buyers, and 1939. Over the same period of I meeting at 12:15: p.m.
Donald Dudley, realtor agent for years. the average cost per unit II I r The new building will include room of the San Juan Hotel Tuesday in the Chamber of Commerce i' : Benefit By Omr S3 i
the sellers. has three classrooms. a recreatIonal tomorrow at 10 a.m. Mrs. Harry Bldg.. Howard Gross president I ,
increased by 60 per cent. : lean Experience:
-- -- --- i _e KiTCKN GAgAG (_ hall. kitchen and pantry.Other 1 McCutchen president has urgedall announced yesterdav The : i is :
te'ti 9 tSxO'9'c. permits issued from city members to attend inasmuch meeting will be devoted to planning Next to Colony Th atro
Howard Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT $27,500 Office Unit eLDa00M., I hall went to: I as an important program has been activities for the coming season i: : Winter Pork 9S :

Planned a3 A. V. Dobbins 221 Esther Ave., j scheduled. ., __ .____ __ __ l......................"
at LeesburgLEESBURGOldham $700 Robert '
; WessJess.
1 dtrr. CL- tIYING DINING AM.t5.10'x I 1 1I ___u___ ___ __ n ---- --- -- -
r "rr] Turnbull Shores build garage. I I 3.500 '
:0, IG' Approximately people enI
Post Office/ BWg.-Pnone 191 Rogers NAtIID $300; R. E. Evans, 209 Downing I I farms die every year as a result I ( PRINTS" 't
.,. and Merntt, produce handlers of 71 '-! V St. remodel and close in rear I of fires BLUE
L WINTER PARK, FLORIDA Leesburg will build a $27.500 office J1.L1 ) porch, $500; Lucille Shackford. .
building on S. 14th St. Job- Walker Grant erect house. $7500; INGRAM & INGRAM )
bins Engineering Co. has the con- I/I-.- ::--:>-'\. ."......" Warren Bell Duss St.. build house. r -:, e Black & White Prints a Photo Copy Prints '.
Jas. Gamble Rogers II tract for the building which will .o:4: 0 ._ 52000: Leroy Brant 211 Downing OPTOMETRISTS > 0
be 60 bv 60 feet in size and will St. repairs $50: A. Lloyd. 207 Ce- ,, HAVEN BLUE PRINT SHOP g
Architects Engineers contain five offices. .;.UuLltJGI ODJI dar St. general repairs $500: A. Successor to MEAD'S
R. Ivey, Assessors subdivision, addition ;
Building Consultants ,I J1 $1.500; O. B. Monosmith. Sights;: Sundays Holidays, 838J 226-228 Church i Main BMg
Auto Sales StructureIn 111 Peninsula, roof repairs $25; F. lei N. Orange, Ate Phone S38 ', :nd Floor n.- 101 i.deJl.E.
POST OFFICE BUILDING DESIGNED TO CUT COSTS through use of standardized !i .-. .. .
W Woolen suitors subdivision - - - - -. -
Offing at Leesburg _____ __ __ "T"T ,
{INTER PARK. FLA.0NEttJtEE : materials, this house was designed by A. Gordon LOrimer and build residence $1.700: J. F. Miller 1
[ It' "f "'' :>f" -'1 Ocean View building:. paint
LEESBURG Randolph Evans, New York architects, in accord with the i $75
An auto show- ; Walker M. Kennedy 312 N.
room, sales agency and garage will modular system of planning. Four-foot multiples make the ( Orange St.. house. $7000: F. W. ANNOUNCING THE OPENINGOF
be erected on E. Main st. soon ': Wooten, 616 S. Myrtle Ave. hour
by Boyce Williams of Leesburg house 16 feet wide and 24 feet long. It is one of the basic $1.700; Carl Thebom 537 N. MY REAL ESTATE OFFICE AT 222 W. CENTRAL AVE., OCT. lit W7OtB

Building will be 60 by 100 feet in plans adopted by the building industry in a program to coordinate Orange remove garage. paint and
'fG size and will cost 10000. with material sizes.FLORIDA repair $500; A. Lloyd 207 CedarSt. \' BISIM \ BF \rPKrCI\TLD:: TilE INTEREST: OF CLIENT: AD STOMEB

-. ._ "srs: ", ; | planning -I ., repairs, $500; Charles Ocker, WILL BE OBJECT.. USE; : BLANK BELOW f OR YOUR LIFTING.
CCfWFf N-.UNCSiU'. :* Nearly five million people live () 914 Magnolia St.. paint and repairs -
in the comparatively tiny Ruhr $275. C. R. Reece, 548
area of Germany.._ I! REALTORGRAMState Washington St.. addition, $250; -.- CLIP OUT AND MAIL .....,-.....?.
----- -- 1 Mrs Ida V.
Braddock 312 N. i i
: Orange St.. repair front porch : LIST WITH GARNETT REAL ESTATE BROKER :
Meeting To Hear $100: J. V. Hatch, 1304 Magnolia r 1
ARMY BARRACKSFOR St., build house $6.500; J. V. : Hare you something you want to sell; or but* If so list below and mail t* W. J. Ganwtt j jr
Hatch. build concrete retainingwall Sr., Real Estate Broker 222 w. Central Ave, Phone %-:x17. Orlando. :
$400; F. E. Rogers Magnolia
SALE National Group Leader St.. build house $4.500: Elsie: M. ... .. .... ........ .. ........ .. .,
Bradford. 603 Live Oak St.. enlarge ., Description. House No., Street Lot A Elk. No.. Adcht.... Sec Tat Bmie d

LID 16 X 16 room and paint Rosa e,
VIOLET DUNHAM Thomas, Inwood and Enterprise '
Br Kind of Building No. Booms What Is Rented Amount of Bed. 'u.rt& e.: Bate. When DMElectncit :
$325 DELIVERED AND SET-UP WITHIN 1'<" ,'''. '. ,' t IoJ /I 1'1 r' ReGOOD : l repair roof, $150: H L. Evans 511 I
Pres. Faulkner st., dnvewav. $100: C. T. .. ... ... .
r NEWS OF the week is that National Morgan '
l 15 MILES ; C
OF ORLANDO Taylor 416 Carol Ave..
I enlargeand }. Gas Water kwer..K a ;of Street Sidewalk Can Give Possession When :
I having completed his 40,000 mile trek nationwide repair porch $75: L. D. Batz, ,

16 X 16 definite trend 507 Faulkner St.. build garage. ... ........ ...... ........ ...... .
PHONE visiting many cities and seeing the $'l00; Nettie V. Turner 110 Magnolia PriceAmi Cash. Term- Taxes Insurance, Kind of Construction. Size of Lot :
2 362B
OR 5967 II tells that he will be able to attend the 31st annual convention St., build garage, $200. r
Do you want to rent something? Or have you something you want rented or do you :
of the Florida Assn. of Realtors, and as featured I i I Crisp cold cherries fresh nci r want to buy? If so write fully on separate paper and mail] with this clipping ,
Oct. 29. 1 This Listing Contract May Be Terminated at Any Time Upon Notice
'speaker[ at the banquet on full-flavored, add their goodness!; : :

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circles now and in the immediate meals. They combine well with
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s Phone No. Street Address Date Signature of Owner.
I, future. Speaking before the other Spring fruits and add a good .,...." ..................,....,...,..........................,...........,...
fi conventIOn of the Colorado Assn., I color accent.
I on the high cost of building Pres.
i Fitch asked why do we not recognize -,
w j that government Itself in its
i, TheA..cl.itect |levy of taxation provides the I
I greatest single item of cost that
b goes into the construction of a
Creed : house and why do we not recognize -
s : that the cure for high prices made NEW

flc I lies in expanding production.

I F"I.ORIU.has moved up to ,
fourth place in securing new
c The relation of an Architect to his client; is one ft r memberships in the National t
I Secretaries Council. Second onlyto r .IN WHIZ-BANG TIME!

', depending upon good faith. An Architect will/ |S i members California secured in number, on a percentage of new- ,

i basis it is topped by Cali-
: fornia. Texas and Nework, but
lade the edge is so narrow that a lit-
tle extra effort in Honda will
1 before final drawings and specifications
k are rowffi 1 put it up to first place Honda
is seeking to make itself felt in
i'- plete and will not by careless statements mislead a *jv j- I many was at the San Francisco
fl QT i contention

client as to the probable cost of a building. Af cannot *be denied* that thereis i .Z M tNLt

!1 j IT aerv healthy building

f The contractor depends upon the Architect to t%| called mxnement a boom which in might many even Florida be

cIties. as well as in other parts of RESIN WALL FINISHHere's
tpt f guard his interest as well as those of the client. An \ the country Numbers of builders, MIRACLE
QA and many people needing: homes

:fto f Architect will condemn workmanship and materials j% down have decided materially that for costs several will not years go. t the sfick-quick-decorating.trick anyone can clot!

and are determined to produce Completely cover fading, shabby walls with wonderworking -
which not in with the documents face of Kem Tone the oil and rem
c] are conformity contract || shelter even in the present: easy-handling
building costs and stepped-up wall finish. Get a new decorator-smart room in one shaft
but also his competition for materials hemodern / Be live it that afternoon I
it is duty to give every reasonable 4Ull morning ready to in same

Orlando Sailor ReturnsTo Simple as ABC. Kern-Tone rolls or brush OB-
9 f aid toward a complete understanding of these docii 0% Aboard CarrierS2 Sh r right over old walls or wallpaper. One coat covers! Drift
Duty rswd in an hour!No''painty" odor!

|f tnents so that mistakes may be avoided. He will not ?z James Edenfield USV son Fashion se Kem-Tone colon go with everytkiBf!
of Mrs. Pearl Edenfield of 1206
** i Your choice of TURQUOISE:, BELMONT ivour AVAIXM
who leave to
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t Q call upon a contractor to make good ovei sights and |3f return to Orlando on the death of BLUE UTLLOWICK BLUE:, MOVTROSE CORAL BKLVOWBeCREAM

y f errors in the contract documents. $5 : sea. his mother reported 'esterI BUFF, PEACH TINT, PALE JONQUIL HEATHER ROSE I C5S
I; I day. Mrs. Edenfield said her son i cauoM ROSE BEECH*OCD BEIGE, CASCADE OKEE:*.
was at sea aboard the aircraft i. aviuow shit i
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y carrier USS Midway f ..... .
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the death of his grandfather, fp 11ASwt
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O. B. Goolsby of Zellwood, but ouR s t, scAT
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for the funeral, he returned to 1-
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: TAMPA-More than 600 Florida citrus canners and

'j. : representatives of allied industries are expected to attend Carleton Central Selling Agencies

the 16th annual convention of the Florida Canners' Assn. Supports

Oct. 9-10-11 in Daytona Beach, C. Rouss May. Bartow.

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president Speakers, said will today.include Emil. Rutz Sunnyvale Calif., Citrus Industry Tpage I 0I 28 eljr; &mtaag! &_______-&__ -Orlando-- Florida, September 28, 19--17

president of the National Canners''. ---- ;; I

Assn.: Rep. J. Hardin Peterson !
i Lakeland: Watson Rocers. PITM- IMF St. Johns GrowersReapWheatCrop Fl&HT FOOD COSTS

dent of the National BiokoiAssn. Farming Reforms Pushed OFF GO THE FEATHERS, os Director Lists with cheerful
.. Washington D. C.: Dr. K: a new weapon
Mrs Lena Kice of unique i--_ .
J. Cameron director of the n>- .
search department. National Can- I turkey farm in Maitlond | r'H 7ieta 944c
ners' Assn.. Washington; and K: A. { By MORRISON C MERIAM 1 ST. AUGUSTINE St: Johns
Group Agent Changes
Readiesr ; : r r demonstrates how she can have harvested a / &
1 Meyer administrator of the Research I I Establishment of two or more !! County growers Ample vegetables flowers

Department and of Mal Agriculture.kt'l1ng Act.Wash U. S ] central selling agencies through : pick freshly killed bird by a ;.e i, r"' '- fair crop of Hezari and Eevpuan from small effort & space, by

I GAINESVILLE The Agricul- I which Florida citrus shipments 'machine with soft rubber fin- I 1 wheat. planted after potatoes and
ington. ; GAINESVILLE-Aubrey M. Pet-
:tural Club at the University of 'could be "pro-rated and controlled" drum. become farm electrification cabbage were harvested County HYDROPONICSWrite
The pro nmUI include gers on a revolving tis has -
advocated R.
of students interested is by Ross V. Swartsc': reportsthat
for Florida. composed specialist with the Florida Agent
business teutons the canncrsassociation in ,
Carleton. secretary-manager
for the Citrus Pulp in agriculture is getting. the annual report of the Plymouth Agricultural Extension ServIce. where the seed v Processors ,\ and for the j off to a flying) start this year with I under a co-operative arrangementwith .. :
sSfl. Citrus Growers Assn.; largest fresh planted too thickly and th< pl.intswere SSIUSSS WING
(' trus Products Keseareh Coun i i three top-notch speakers scheduled I fruit the State last \ the Rural Electrification Ad-
shipper in
with '
: side-dressed mtr sous
to appear before its opening ministration it is announced by Box 5017 Miami, FIQ.i .
I I season. == 's' fertilizer yields have beet. food.
session Sept. 29. : :
cil.May I H. G. Clayton. director of exten
said the speak'rs111 be Dr. II. Harold Hume dean of The report was prepared priorto I' ,
--- sion. He began work Sept. 16.
the annual meeting last week : :
heard on the program Friday the College of Agriculture and r.- -
of the Florida Citrus Producers : A graduate of Alabama Polytechnic
Oct. 10. in the Sheraton PlazaHotel 'acting president of the University i
: Trade Assn. which criticized as ineffective ; Institute at Auburn, Mr.
which also served as head- I Harold Mowry. director of the
a similar proposal put Pettis has been with REA in
for the 1945 and 1946
quarters : Experiment StatIOn. and H. G.
conventions. Election of canners forward by the United Growers I Washington and North Carolina
Clayton, director of the Extension
and Shippers Assn. The Plymouth for the 17 months.
association officers will be held past
Service are slated to address the I
Assn.. a co-operative is affiliated I' 1 Director Clayton also announces
the day.
same opening; session. I
with the Producers Trade group appointment of two home demonstration
for -
In addition to May president The club fosters ideal relationships I'
through its membership in the
C. C. agents. Madge
two years. the officers are: between students and
Florida Citrus Excfianue. Whigham Oct. 1 will become
Street. Lake Alfred first vice- I between students and faculty. i on
: Carleton said that "unless THROUGH
; in Bradford with
agent County
L. L. Recker, Auburn-
president; i Officers for this semester ip- '
drastic chances are made in thefundamentals '
headquarters at The workis
dale second vice-president: R. D. dude Kenneth Laurent. Bartow. cz PORTABLE
I of of doing IRRIGATION
our way being resumed there after a _
andC. I
Robinson. Orlando. treasurer: president; Lamar Jones. Clarks-
business, the future for thisindustry .
of than _
lapse more 10 years.
C. Ralhbun. Tampa executive vice-president Brady Greathouse
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is not bricht. ..
certainly Mrs. Camilla R. Radney will become -
i Earleton. secretarytreasurer :
secretary. !
"I have reference to the dLsor- home demonstration agentin
More than 50 firms composethe I ; and Sonny Albinson Bar- I, ganized. unco-operative 'dolf'at/:
Liberty County. headquarters
\ membership of the association tow, reporter. in which 40
i dog' manner over Off in Bristol. Oct. 1 also.
t which maintains headquarters handlers of our fruit compete with Pampering Pays Director Clayton also announces
in Tampa. I Jackson Countians one another." he explained. resignations of assistant county

Florida, the greatest citrus producing I He said indiscriminate price cut- agents. William R. Hancock in Es-
%_ area in the world. puts up Fight Food Costs ting and shipping prevents maintaining cambia. Eric R. Mills in Madison
about 75 per cent of the citrus pro- I fr 5- The r... :,/ V-. tvl-Stor' ] a uniform supply of Florida In Raising Turkeys and William C. Brandon in Jack-
cessed in the United States. Approximately MARIANNA-Because food costs fruit in Northern markets and son County.

half the Florida crop are so high a large number of destroys: confidence of buyers."It .
now goes into cans and more citrus Jackson County Negro families are follows automatically that i The close confinement method of raising fowls is paying -- -

juice Is consumed in the Unit- planting Fall gardens it is reported these buyers will take advantageof off for1rs: Lena Kice. owner of Maitland Turkey Orlandoans t II \5'J 5' (? .,(X'p .

ed States than all other fruit and by Annie Doris Preston glutted markets and other chao- Gardens. whose more than 3,000 pampered birds never ti Thai crop of yours cao be nude bigger .... ;S
combined. Negro home agent. tic conditions to force prices downto \ \ ".
vegetable juices rock bottom. and the grower touch the ground from the time they hatch until they are ; Return Home II ..'JtS,sad BETTER..A WATERfAlt ,) 7"

suffers the consequences." he said. ready to provide the main course of a turkey dinner.As Irrigation Ststern likt a "miiUoa dollar t
I j West Coast Dairy Group F rm-d; I Carleton; said that last season soon as the young turkeys<', ----- ton" brings sew lilt and higher quality ? ;> .

the 1'Ymouth.oci..tion.s) are out of their shells they are From Meetinq oyourr.aas.ad.rgesabka. """')
until they are from five to six
| :38th was "one of the worst in ap'
A [5rTto' TI-\ ? -. / r.-1 r ;-5- ii] I Dairy Herd Impro'f'mf'nt.n... | history" if you consider only the I II cages placed built in starter in tiers.batteries one on top wire of months old and weigh enough for z N. Harvey manager of the For years,farmers and growers

l1A1NESVILLE Increased interest newest one in Florida. They price received for fruit. I anotner. They outgrow tnese u market. Orlando branch of General Mills hate bee. talking aboUt tkeadi .

in dairy herd improvement named John {'one. Plant City. I While admitting there were contributing four weeks and are moved to larger "The close confinement method Farm Service Division and Barry .. Now they are doiagomc.f
M associations in Florida is president of the new group.J. factors. among them unseasonable -, intermediate batteries where costs from 15 to 20 per cent Blocker. salesman. have returned I ,
,I ported by C. \V. Reaves rp-I G. Thomas. who has had several weather poor quality !I they remain for two more weeks more but you have less!' trouble from DetrOit. where they attendedthe ( jig aheM b. They an mtailing -

with\ the State Agricultural years of successful experiencein in midseason fruit and a large i I and are vaccinated against pox.typhoid with disease than you would If sales and research school conducted Is I VATTRFAlt Irrigario

sion Service who supervises DHIA work m Virginia was carry-over of canned JUice. he and cholera.At the turkeys were allowed on the annually by the Larrowe J and they art fading to don KM

work. employed as supervisor. He will said he believed they "could ha.ebH'n the end of six weeks the ground," :Mrs. Kice. a widow Division of General Mills. ,] COM few pajrt PIn oow to iasoBVATERFAU.
Dairymen of Pinellas.' Hills- make regular tts of the herds largely overcome If1'e\ had birds "sun 1 who came to Central Florida Experiments, were carried out to .
are put on porches.
and /
borough and Polk counties recently to enable dairymen to determine had a well-organized stream- large wire built three feet from Ridgewood N. J., four describe completely L a r r o w e's I btgio;; cashuig / .

organized the West Coast their unprofitable cows for culling lined system of selling through off the ground pens and to the j years ago. said yesterday. progress to its field workers. "We ii iorb.c.rapro1t& I
-- and to feed the others for most which our shipments to the. various open j .
shown the Writi for circular
were\ most; up-to-date descriptive
and I
I markets could have been elements except for one end covered "Our loss from disease accidents I
efficient milk production.The pro-
by a roof. Here they stay is 2 1-2 per cent." improvements made bv Larrowe
: CALL TODAY testing is expected also toprovide rated and controlled. ;,
chemists in livestock and -
Another advantage of keeping j
"In the end. and demand
records which will enable supply I, '
poultry feeding: method: Harveysaid.
confined is that they
turkeys are
; THOMAS LUMBER CO. dairymen to prove their herd sires will always govern the pnce volred because in California, .
and develop a good herd building situation and. until we have an I where a similar system has beenin easier to handle. Mrs. Kice runs I Harvey and Blocker also inspected
: her turkey farm with the asSistance -
I orderly regulated system of' "
program by using their best cows operation for years "I"" have the commercial feed mill
I of and has time
IUorks m raising; replacements for their marketing we can look for these ample proof that it works suecessfully. one helper In Toledo which. Harvey stated.Is .
: Framing. Sheeting and Siding herds. I same low prices year after :year." ." besides for a job in an Orlando
the largest of its kind in the
he declared. 5 and 10 cent. store where sheis
Bruce Oak Flooring The records will rover milk I .It is common knowledge that j U.S.
He said some encouragement is a floor girl.
; :Mill Work I and butterfat production. feed California fruit. which is The Orlando General Mills store
to be found in suggestions for frequent-I' "One man can manage as manyas
costs! income and profits or II ly inferior outsells ours said. 1\ is located at 77 W. Livingston Ave.
I tighter grades increased advertising 5,000 birds in cages. she
\ THOMAS losses on individual cows and tions by upwards of $2 per box ]J -- -- -
brands but that I located
: and master Maitland Turkey Gardens is .
whole herds. and sometimes more. he said. -
they "fail to correct the basic underlying -, at Golden Rod and Lake
LUMBER CO. County Agents J. H. Logan. Pi- "This wouldn't make sense except I
cause of our trouble. I Howell Rds.. Maitland. on one corner -
nellas. Alec White for thing. The
Hillsborough just one reason j i
,. 1 231 W. Gore TeL 4107 and W. P. Hayman Polk assistedin Similarly he continued development I they can always command a i I of a 14-acre citrus grove belonging I J :
: of new uses and additional I to Mrs. Kice. Less than ( for Growers
Timely Topics
the organization. better price is that they carefully ]:
-- --- outlets should be pu..hI'd control volume of fruit that goes !, one acre is cevoted to the turkey :)
MILLSICE as a means of utilizing future to each market each week. pens and to the building which\

crop increases. "As a result. buyers can con- houses the starter and intermediate ( For added profits have Walker fumigate your soil to control
: "But even this is not enough be- ; batteries. I

BE SURE CREAM i cause much of this good work will ments fidently at purchase any time their because require-they Turkeys raised there are : vs Root Knot Nematodcs-the number one Florida soil pest.
if fail to
surely be undone we
FROZEN'CUSTARDEQUIPMENT know that their competitors willnot !: dressed' on the premises and are : for fall
TO change our present haphazard I Prepare now planting.
1 I be able to undersell them a sold at both wholesale and "
methods of merchandising, he 1'1"I I
few days later on account of i
pur- ,
Attend Church said."How.. you ask can this be i I chases they might make on" a glut- j,I tail.Mrs.. Kice has modern, especially ls Available for immediate delivery.
ted or disrupted market. |! designed equipment for killing, I %
COMPLETE LINE done? Simply by combining our !
TODAY He said he believed "two or and the ,
'present 400 or more shippers into' picking cleaning turkeysshe
4 I TABLESCHAIRS preferably two. butnot more than : three" central selling organizations -, sells even a patented gadget 1 'lu-i
would\ enable the Florida
AND EVERY CHAIRSBOOTHS three or four selling organiza- that draws out tough tendons ;
tions." citrus industry likewise to obtain; from the drumsticks. A cold storage 0
steadier better and to take i I
SUNDAY : Carleton said he claimed no prices unit provides space for 1.500
__ I Slade-Booth Show Case Co. originality for the idea and real- more advantage of its advertising. '' pounds of meat. containing the famous CHLORDANE
ized the mechanics of accomplishing In the statistical section of "We can clean and dress a bird '"
.(. JJ: 123 W. Central Phone 24271 1068" for the control of Mole Crickets and
the report. Carleton said the "
it would be complicated. in five minutes Mrs. Kice said.
!i "In fact," he declared "it has Plymouth Assn. picked 1.721,641 She has on hand at the present other seed bed insects, also effective against
'often been said that these difficulties bo\es: of oranges last season, time approximately 2.000 White .; so'
cIL. Leaf Miners and various
I : Thrips, Grasshoppers
,would be insurmountable until 39.463 less than in 1915-16. Holland Dome turkeys bred for ,
everyone is hurt so badly that "Of the total picked. 1.361.325 small families who want a bird ::'r l worms.

co-operation in such a plan is boxes went through the packing up to 20 pounds in weight and I
tMJ p necessary in order to survive. house and 360,361 boxes were sent 1.200 Broad-Breasted Bronze tur- "
"On the face of it. though. sucha I direct to the canning plant. as'' keys bred for larger families an4 : g For complete information on added profits writer

I defeatist attitude is foolish. If I; compared to 1.352.261:! boxes i iI restaurants. The Bronze turkeyswill ---r-: for Walkers 1947-1948 "Crop Recommendations."

a system of this sort is good I through the packing house the' run up to 40 pounds In weight
enough to avert final disaster year before" he said. when fully grown.As I

surely it warrants making the I "Out of the 1.361.325 boxes re-I' might be expected the ma- WALKER FERTILIZER CO.
necessary effort and sacrifice. no ceived at the packing house. jority of the turkeys are being
matter how great in order to put ,,,677 boxes were packed and shipped raised for sale at Thanksgiving;

J i it into effect now." as fresh fruit and the" balance and Christmas but since Aug. Telephone 6771 Orlando, Florida
I unsaid in- I I lof 520,648 canned.
I no gamble was were 15 Mrs. Kite has been selling
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/ I Ifo birds There hatched are four last outdoor Winter. sun

I a) 1 porches. ranging in size from 20

i fi : by 75 feet to 20 by 180 feet and

subdivided so that in all there are
- 9- A 14 pens. Birds are kept together

b '\j.: t)y breed and age in the various

5417Adaptable \ t The porches are built of wire

fastened to a wooden frame, one-
third of which is covered by a
to the Entire : roof which the turkeys need for
protection until they are 10 weeks

Range of Hand Hoisting, old.from The top to porches bottom are and four are surrounded feet- FLOORSEALERGAL Special Values I GUARANTEED

.. by covered feeding
BUILD YOUR BODY dr troughs. $3.25 QT. $1.00 MYERCORD DECALS
.. Lowering Pulling The. turkeys are fed each. HOUSE FAINT
AS YOU SIT! morning at 6 o'clock and are Vz PRICE

NOTE die ease aoj I given fresh water four times .a GYM FLOOR FINISH
grace o.Sill If you suffer from office fatigue are MIRRA MOTHIMMUNIZER PAWl REMOVERGAL.
eatcJ abo ..Notice the relaxed -
points of her boJy, She anJMtunJ u worn or ..herwt out before how the undue d y is half gone( day.Mrs.. Kice who operated a similar GAL 14.00 QT. $1.25 $1.95 8T. 75c
as">*nJ Retting full btnefco/ born her strain rom turkey farm in New Jersey
Do/Mort Ch.. ...The figure a. your ork. you one it to yourself to before she came to Florida feeds V2 PRICE
nghiinjKur find out the ..
cause. 'OUr trouble '
mhy-the back rest and scat be traceJ to ) seated may her birds on starter and grower PURE WE SIlL
ate proper I Ijr ajjusted to fit ue makeup and be improper j posture mash and. as they become older MINUTE MOPS

cl bee f hpical juncture thus aiding Fitted comae Chairs. Call with us Do/More for full Custom particulars special grain mixtures she has LINSEED OIL EACH $1.95 THE BEST IN PAINT
w relieinnf
by baJ potcuie.unucccMary attain cause.! Seating. regarding Do/Mote Posture developed.""'e use mostly oats because II GAL. $3.50PURE and

here it is too warm for corn," NO-RUG FLOOR
I she said.Nothing. WAX GIVE THE MOST IN

'.. wasted\ at Maitland
AD Wood chair Brown or) trun. metal' 27 50 Turkey Gardens. Grain the turkeys I GAl. $1.90 QT. 55c SfftVKE.CUSTOMER <

wtvti.. fabric upholstering _., $ drop is gathered up from the TURPENTINEGAL
ground under the pens by 60 or WElBORN'S CLEANER : PARKING

A* Steel Chair. more ducks which Mrs. Kice raises. $1.50 SPACE
l..ucIIIbOIaterIDg __ __,__ $32.50JUI GAL. $1.50
Compact portable powerful Turkey droppings go to fertilizeher Saves Labor in Cleaning FREE DELIVERY

safe. There is hoist to suit grove and the lawn around
a your
MrcL I
rubber seat. Plastic her house.
,*-14riD6. air-duct 539.
every purpose. Mrs. Kice started her Maitland
Brush with each
farm in November, 1944 with FREE one 4" Rubberset ;;,

1.200 turkeys and has seen it 5 Gal. purchase of White House -j
CHECKVWITH grow steadily. Last year she raised
Distributed in Florida by 2,500 birds, and this year counting GAL. $2.50 Special $4.75 per gallon. 1

those already sold, she has




Phone 8158V' GENERAL CONTRACTORS 2 and 3 Gal. Can Color Headquarters
"Serving Florida With Industrial Supplies for Over 40 Tears" Also
Estimate FnrnUhrtf.nn All GAL $5,00 235 S. Main St. Phone 5677t'
13 South Main St. lea W. Livingston Ave. Tel. 9891 Type of Masonry Construction
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Farm Research Citrus County ,, GAINESVILLE Appointment SS.50 to $26.00

of five new Instructors to the staffof SCREEN DOOR GRILLS

I Veteran Grower Criticizes Grade RulesDiscussion I Farmers Tour i the the University College of of Florida Agriculture is an-at 2.25 Up

nounced by Dr H. Harold Hume
Staff Areas I dean of the College and acting

of the Floi ida citrus went to the grove harvested the ru!>...t'tat! a straight smooth- runnIng any\\here from 10 to 30 Boostedr1 Pasture 'president of the University The Dry Framing [Roll ReelingSheathing'

industry grade i emulations fruit, piled it up under an oak skin black orange. cars a day and test the fruit as itshould .. .' appointments have been approvedby Plastic!
has brought forth a letter from tree or a large seedling orange tree If I am correctly Informed Flor- be tested. : r'INVER Es.Around 125 Citrus the State Board of Control. Siding* Cement
Charles J. Turner, veteran Uma- on a taipauhn and it was sized setI I GAINESVILLE Appotntment'of Sidney P. Marshall. graduate of Finish-Oak Roof CoatingFlooring
ra! IS the only citrus producing The next law we need is to County farmers. on a recent
ulla grower and shipper who and packed by hand three new men to conduct agricultural the University of Florida and Shingles
argues that the original] four Later on we had what was State russet oranges in the as Union the other that Statesdo grows up a tax of I cent to 3 cents per research in Florida is tour of pastures and cover crop that Oklahoma A. & M. College. witha
grades Fancy Bright Bright known as a gravity Sizer. It was not have rust mite. box or such amount as is required announced by Harold Mowry. dIrector demonstrations. reports used Ph.D degree from the University -
Golden and Russet. have never made of two 2x4s paralleling each The average consumer; in the for research work in both growing of the University of Florida hairy indigo was being and successfully hay- of Minnesota. will become associate -

been improved other. spaced at the small end just North thinXs the russet orange is shipping canning and mar- Agricultural Experiment Station. as a grazing professor of daily hus-

He also says he believes the i right to caliper a 250 size orange. a distinct variety and they are keting our citrus fruIt. All this following approval by the State crop and saw some exceptionallygood Bahia bandry and associate dairy husbandman -
The edges were rounded off on other ballyhoo that we now haveon pastures common in the Experiment Sta- .
industry should capitalize on its I the best orange wnen they get Board of Control. and Pensacola =
russet oranges require stricter these 2x4s and there was a little thmner--.k1l1ned. this industry is not worth the grass. Pangola tion Oct. 1. VA
ripe They are Bahia
On Oct. 1 Robert ConoterI
notch cut at certain so flip of jour finger.CHARLES
maturity !standards; force canners spaces carry more JUl i <', and: \ \\:::1\ keep I will become associate plant Visits were made to CanneS E. S. Ford. with a Fh.D de
that the fruit would the I
: drop into J. TURNERUmatilla
to buy the same quality of Ions b ..'1'1.t 0:arise;; .
I bins below. For instance I twice as as a : 1, pathologist at the *:ub.tropi'ali Stock I'arms, J. E. Kooks ferns tree from the niversity of Chi-
fruit that mores in fresh channels proper Inasm':en ;1'> \' \' .i:< tl It' on v i
the 250s 216s station. Homestead succeeding: \V. Kabrlch farm and Eden cage, is becoming associate
dropped first the ;
and eliminate color-added St,itt' tl!;::'' I an Pl'',(: ,' I S '" .,, p S.-To my way of thinking
II I. Borders resigned. Farms \V. E: Stokes! head of botanist. He has bad 20 yean of
and line
down the
shipments. next. so on ,,, ,: .., I on l' in the :
OIanLE'1'; -: r: ( I "olor-added has no place .
the in the teaching experience.Louis .
agronomy i
These were placed at the .
Copies of the letter. endorsing oranges and ad''J' : "'1 : I ""J.-: JIllln industry It is purely deceptionfrom A graduate of Iowa State University -
of Florida Agricultural
an earlier communication in which end of the :2x4s! and we gave them public In tilt !N.: '!. u.,,' .U1!;": tii't start to finish If we will let he wIll continue research University Station i I W. Ziegler, Davenport is
Experiment -
; a little push to get; them rolline presented
\Vil!lam G Roe Wmter Haven our oranges get npe on the tree studies of plant diseases affecting facts about pasture I instructor in hortIculture. suc1 -
down between these 2x4s. some 1
ciitici/ed the present combination or let them break a good color. we vegetable and other crops of extreme ceeding Prof. Charles E. Abbott
.V few years later a man by grasses. I who died Aug 14 He has been Wire
!prade were sent to The Sunday (an then put them in the coloring Southern FlorIda. Cohn D. Gunn. State conversa Poultry :
the of Jones invented
Sentinel-Star Com of Agriculture sizer name which was propelled with a room and bring the color out in 24 Horace J. Fulford. recent University tionist with the Soil Conservation production manager for a large; 4'-575 a'-675 6'-8.W
Nathan Mayo and Chief to 36 hours. ; of Florida graduate; has soil and citrus corporation at Haines City
a pedal like a -ewinz: machine Service spoke on
Inspector George E. Copeland of Any orange produced on a sour become assistant animal husbandman for the past seven years.
the Citrus Inspection Bureau. It had spiral rollers\ and the root or grapefruit root. when the at the Range Cattle Experiment water conservation animal husbandman I Earl Rodgers. another Florida Sash Wrights Pratt A
%v. J
Sheely -
fruit would drop out in the binsbelow
The letter follows: I >olids are up to 10 or above and Station Ona succeeding E. graduate. is instructor in agronomy I Sash Balances LambertPa
with the ExtensIOn
\ little later wr used .. break of color. succeeding L. V. P. Johnson. &
I how ing a good is R Felton resigned
Ecii'or The Sunday Sentinel-Star: the latest Sash Pulleys
rope sizers also propelled ba Service gave out \armsbes!
i i and it will not resigned He has been assistant
a palatable orange W R. Smith. recent graduateof
I much impiessed with Cord NONE BETTER
was very crank. One man fed the fruit information regarding tail lice &:
William G. Roe's letter in have to be broken down with gas Mississippi State College has county agent at Wauchula.
your in the slier and another cranked on cattle.
and heat to bring out the natural been named assistant entomologistat Thomas C Skinner former vocational -
17 which he discussed
paper Sept. in -| it and the fruit fell in the !i A barbecue luncheon. served
the combination grade used color. the North Florida Experiment ; trainer of veterans at Caulking CompoundCrackFitMrPuttyWhite
proper bins below. through the courtesy of the County
grading citrus fruits I think I' Furthermore, these oranges will : Station. Quincy lie is expected : Williston is a new instructor in '
in The next evolution in sizers wa I Commissioners and the ConneD i I, lead-
1' keep after they are packed three to work on aphids of shade tobacco agricultural engineering replacing ,
Mr. Roe is on the right track but the Stebler sizer which was manufactured ; Stock Farm concluded the after-'
he did not go quite far enough: in California and shipped times as long or longer than an a pest which gave considerable noon program. directed by County, i W. J. Gates resigned AH Pointers Supplies
I orange which just passes in the trouble to the 1947 ,
I have been in the citrus busi- crop.
to Florida. I now have in my Agent O M. Mames Jr.
ness for 39 years. If a man of : packinghouse located in Umatilla.Fla. present inspection law now in effect !''Alachua! Negroes AgreeGAINESVILLE ,
If we will ship our orangesas

some ordinary valuable intelligence knowledge cannot in gain that which.. four were of installed these Stebler in 1914 sizeis and above outlined and advertiseto Bureau Tackles Citrus County Clubs To Plant Lupine Crops I

length of time he should not be in they are still in good conditionand the trade not to judge the or- Conduct I '-" h i-f .'-vjv jf ',r: '--' ,
the outside
ange by appearancebut Campaigns
the citrus business. When I began I
have been used continuous it by the interior More than 25
to judge r = r r rl
growing and shipping oranges in : from 1914 to the ,
every year Alachua County Negro farmers
taste and flavor. we wIll' then INVERNESS .
Home '
1908 a washing machine was unheard time. At the time I installed demonstration '
present Water ProblemContinued ; have agreed to plant blue lupine
begin to orders when
get repeat .
club programs recentlyhave
of and also the modern machinery these Stebler sizers I also 'I this FaIl to help increase their
; the first car goes in
of the present time was installed machine which been based around thrift garments '
a washing com yields next Summer. it is reported -
other if
But the hand. the
not dreamed of. When I began was manufactured by A. J. Nve in CHARLES J. TURNER on and each member brought; ; by Richard A Hartsfield,
oranges that are being picked at search for a solutionof
I one or more garments made ol
groe.ing! and packing frUit we who has passed
Orlando. since onto
russets Negro agent.
I the Happy Beyond. praises the present tune right on the edge Florida dramase; and water feed sacks it is reported by Mrs: : .
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1 as 90 per cent are. and having to i r conservation problems is listed Doris R. Turner home demonstra-, !
i At that time Mr. Nye the ,
i was present p:l them in the coloring ,
keep roomanvwhere
among objectives of the Florida lion School clothes
agent hRH
largest shipper in the State of thrown out and sold to the canners ; Cast IronBATH
FRAMING : Florida.Previous, i from 60 to 90 hours. we Farm Bureau in the 1917 edition been made chiefly from feed sacks
i for practically nothmg and : will never get anywhere in this industry ; of its Yearbook distributed last ,
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i I to the modern washer. as long as we continue the practice I -
L PLYWOOD i when I was quite a small boy I of letting the canners have these week to members throughout the New 4-H/ Club Group

,' was over at Mr. E. B. Peter's packinghouse throw-outs for practically nothing -, It stands to reason! that any i.State. '

in Let>sbUl1l and he had and have the juice in competition orange subjected to a heat of The bureau recalled that surveys Organized in Polk? Overhead Garage
built filled it half full of 100 to 120 degrees in order to :
BOARDS a with our fresh fruit shipped authorized by the last LegIslature : '" -- Y r'
cedar dust. poured four or five | to the North. just so long our industry apply t'oor-addt'd.] weakens the were undertaken at its PLANT CITY Older boys and I TUBSI Doors:

i field boxes of oranges into this I will never prosper orange and deteriorates the Instigation. girls not in schools where 4-H I .. 52.50
SIDING cradle and he rocked it back and All fruit that is no good forpacking keeping quality. I clubs are available have: been organized $79 ea. Aluminum C750
!' Other eoals: of the bureau listedin \\oodenHardware -
fourth and this cedar dust did
I avery and selling through the Therefore. just as long as we the publication include refunding into an advanced 4-1] Only .. ...... 27.50
i good job of cleaning If I fresh fruit channels should be'
U WINDOWS continue the practice of gassing: Club it is reported by Miss Emih
road tractor
of the State tax on -
I remember correctly Uncle Jeff !
hauled back to the and
groves these oranges at a temperature of King home demonstration agent Cast IronLAVATORIES
Sligh who lives in Orlando and dumped for fertilizer The can- gasoline improved county "ANDERSEN"
85 degrees and above and applyinghot The group had 35 present for thE. ASBESTOS
Mr E B Peter who lives Lees- roads prevention of disease; importation -
HARDWARE ners should be forced to buy the water to produce the color- suit organization session BOARD Casement
burg are the oldest growers and same grade and quality of fruit i added on the fruit we will continue and cheaper more Will last complete: sash
packers of citrus fruits now living that we ship throneh the fresh able automobile insurance ; I
from The
i to receive bad reports Colorado River is about 1. fore"f'T-
You should lOOk
DOORS in Florida \Mr Peter has sold fruit channel and when this industry I the receivers in the North I The latter objective is being 700 mile: long of \, ;uih 17 mile:: complete with "'t' ha\e it. at tbem.

his packinghouse and retired. decides to move their fruit i The writer had the opportunity accomplished through a the form a poilion of t 11" boundary r chrome legstI75O i
Back in those days we had in that way then Is when the j of being in the Northern mar- Southern I"arm Bureau Casualty between Anon.i\ awl i Mr k o.
M Roll Roofing three grades of fruit: bright Florida citrus grower will beginto ket from Oct 25 to April 1 and Insurance (flo. organized in H. BUILDERS HARDWARE

golden. and russet and if we had prosper saw the effects of this gas and Jackson. :"Miss. yesterday by the including ( abinrt Hardware

Screen Doors any marked exceedingly them} "fancy fancy fruit brights we:. !, Ue should do away witn this color-added" and any shipper who Farm Bureaus of 1ras.rkan- PANGOLA GRASS I Vie hI\e a complete stock.
will into the receiving markets and florid .
go sas. :Mississippi :
grade and size prorate as it is a
which made four grades. That
parasite on the industryny and study the situation as I have ; John Ford executive secretary, FIAHTS FOR SALE LUBYFREEMAN
grade up to the present tune hasnevei
MOULDED.B shipper who L fool enough to will be thoroughly convinced that said that 7.000 copies!" of the Yearbook -
been improved upon. It was the fruit is being ruined throughthe thewf'ek 51 per bu 'C 'i tit;;; '5 per bu & .
distributed during
ship fruit that will not bring: the were .
TRIM the most sensible grade ever put processing at this end of theme I f.n b Orlantio ,f Sc a';; Special
cot: of packing and freight to bureau members It contains I
out in Florida and should be in I : prices for larger; qUlnl''ps.
I II vogue today. should have his head worked on varied information of valueto

SASH- This combination and he will not continue to do so C J. T persons engaged; in aencuHure:: N. Oranr at Railroad
present gradeof
Church St.
W. K. PRICE 711 \$
lone his will I
pocketbook -
as -
today is very unsatisfactory to very ---- --
WEIGHTS soon go flat. DD Pine beetles riP;.,'Y o\' more ofAmercas Phone 4139
the trade due to the fact that you I Fumigating Brings !1fi S Oriflr': Ph. 5383 : Tel. 9869 J JI
can put in 40 cent No. Is and : Ponde c;a pint than do Orlando FIa
per In my opinion all we need is to I '
WINDOW 60 per cent No. 2s which constitutes have this fruit tested as to maturity Results Against Pests toie-t flip,
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a combination grade and will and the maturity standards = T -: > '=
FRAMES get by the present grade laws. Of should be set higher than they are FORT LAUDERDALE-A num-

course this grade can be raised to at the present time. and the inspection ber of Broward County farmers .
E 60 per cent or 70 pn cent or even should be in the grove are controlling mole-crickets root-
MOULDING !, 80 per cent No. Is and the instead of the packmghouse. Let knot nematodes and other miur

: balance No 2s whIch to my mindis the inspector go to the grove test I ous insects by fumigating the soil I

CEDAR a very unsatisfactory grade the fruit and flag the trees that I with DD. it is reported by County YOUR JIINMANrdilKER
Bark in the old days a golden are ready to be shipped. Thereis : Agent B. E. Lawton. The ountv

CLOSET orange was a bronze orange oran no inspector in the State of agent staged a demonstration in

orange that was dark on one Florida or any other State that i soil fumisation on 100 acre of
LINING side and clear on the other The ran BO in a packinghouse that is vegetableland in August
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CABINETS PAINT I Helicopter- Dusting- Service Planned

A helicopter for applying dusts I I "We are also looking into the I from $1 to $3 per acre. depending : -
PLASTER and sprays to crops from the air bulb mausm"id Newton. ', on the M7c] of the field.

may be avaIlable soon to Florida president and 'pilot .It is possible I''' In their first season! last!'> Summer General! Mills Farm Service Store

LIME rowers if there is sufficient de- that we could do frost". control the tmen dusted approximately -
mand for the servIce. work on other
crops. 12.000) acres of potatoes -
W A. Newton and G. L Wright He said helicopters cannot be
I .
II and I 000 acres of blueberries .
STEEL TEX of Air Agricultural Service Inc., used! for dusting! citrus trees because A dust containing seven In Orlando Is the Authorized -
Undeihill Vt.. who have been
I occupied sulphur used in citrus dustsis per cent metallic: copper and .
since last June in dusting explosive in the afr and couldbe "
three per cent DDT in a talc 's.
I potatoes and blueberry fields in ignited by static electricity carrier was used Hinman Low Vacuum Milker .. .
Maine from a helicopter were in generated by the plane rotors. '. :
PHiLLIPSINDUSTRIES \Ve have contracts to return -
: Florida last week surveying the I .
"Our machine would be ideal next Spring! said Wiicht! t .
for 'off work"I # t.
possibility season I' 4
I this State. for spraying; water hyacinthswith The firms helicopter]] is; one of DealerinThIs TerritoryI ,
2. 4-1) weed killer. howe\er about 30 encased in atuculturalsemre .
With the experience: gained inMaine addruright.. manager. of the It has been stored for 1"SALESANDSERVICE ttI
: they said they believedthey : '
..1 helicopter service.I the Winter at Hou;ton Me un- 'I -
i'' could supply Florida potato -
:PSS; the P is use for It in Florida
Phone 2-1229 Mich. & R.R. I' growers with effective aerial I I, The machine one of the first of I rIt
!J dusting- an agricultural model built by the I
-- -- Bell Aircraft Co.. is smaller and

I, more maneuverable than other Irrigation Equipment

Helicopters and can carry 400 II

: pounds of dust at a time in two PIPE SPRINKLERS I 1" .

electrically operated hoppers attached : ,
I In addition to filling
j to the cockpit. PUMPS ENGINESFOR I ;

Dust is expelled by a blower I '

I I from the hoppers and the natural GROVES AND FARMS I needs for '
downdraft created by the your new
I' Free EnCl eerlnc Service
whirling rotors spreads it evenly and Design

on Newton crops below.said the machine oper- .- -.' Hinman Low Vacuum ,m

ating at an altitude of only six tnb

,' feet from the ground and with a 1ff! ULQR1RUEn.o FOR FASTER SAFER MILKING, THAT'S GENTLE TO UDDERS heit
forward speed of 20 miles per milking equipment

hour. could dust 75 acres of po THE NEW HINMAN LOW VACUUM MILKER ike

:: DOX 'atoes in an hour. Growers provide U1Slaclo
,isao'.e ei'-a30 a OiMOi 5;
their own dust. and the and all
necessary these HINMAN
harge for application ranges Compare
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Page 30 C1irthntlo l} irrntinrl-irtar Orlando, Florida, September 28, 1947 HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA O. PARSONS

I 4 4 Credit Angelo Patri With AssistB \\ e. .etir

V > 0 PARSONS Patri? It sounds like ever>thinisalwa Warners' Four Dauzhters.: OY

=a HML t LYWOOD If John G.ir- >, goes bark to him. but I night he was a sensation as tbe '
vain wo'ilri write some of the do know if it hadn't been for "
itirno told me"about his chilritt Im influence on my life. I prob- blind young pianist, and ... New' STonu
.. nr d have a great; book. We ably would have wound up in 1 starred thereafter. He always baa \

r L'tirr at In mv arden and talked just jail with others of my cans: who been known as one of the hartigt
before hr left for New York when weren't fortunate enough: to KO workers in Hollywood. and
< tMT win
: IIP ( sine to say goodbye and I to Public School 45. Can you i iD
go to any lengths to insure T '
4 mifta\ I never really realized picture me' as one of those side- a I
{ :>"w mi;; h there IN to his credit nf-the-moath talking young, realistic interpretation of a role.
.e gut ii nr tola me the I handicap. hr mucKs always mixed up with the Be pent months learning to mat .
had :TO meicomf an a bo\ cops? ter violin technique for Huawesque. v
i4 for example and :
Joim's, mother No. John." I said. "I although
r1UP : ciircinrn: heS.IS can't see
he had played a boxer
____+M..11 ; SOPH and his fat hiV: a "triiuglmp :- .'.oi m that role.'' in the past. he devoted successfully bit\ '
sTV,: ,." ; t.tilor.:: had. Well.. I can. Louella. he an-i houn -
in workouts with it.V.
!hflp; mine to look'a'1I'I ".\cird. "and maybe that's why professional .:
fighters in preparing for
Nrt him as he I'm always for the under dog. If I and -.r:
Soul. Interest like that is all
..u .. others boys who off too
t Ip In 3 > u help are .
rare in Hollywood believe ,
r1 '0...:':. 11":1001-! !M I ,the wrong track. I feel I'm me and
he descries the dividends it
; :i IPx : n i nr/t[ i In the c'; .IL it for Mr. Patn. Some day. baa t
ors' paid.
; as I e i t YF Bronx'f"o" t \t.1 ':noI want to bring hisnand

ff .J"j'll? by, ]: it's a great one-to! Even outside his career 'elm ir.i '.
V ryA -eooom the Teil me. John," I asked "do reader trying/ to make mf for t... '

\1. onp Kind of iwaom "''I; think that's the reason you the lest time" of his youth clad 1
a1 :nan 1 ,sate !been accused of being a be takes! an active part in cMc t..

11 a-ei-r: kid Communist? I mean because you and political affair esperiaSy .1.
i t4k !! :: I probaoly! never Luella Parsons Trims champion the 'little fel- a...... working conditions In Ute t.i'trig'' ,
;4 would' I have :low' and work so hard m his behalf industry. He" was vice-president '
Amounted to anything if it hadn't ?" .f the famous Hollywood Can ti\ t' .

Oe,-n f f'.r a wonderful teacher "I don't' know John replied seriously. teen and throughout thr ...... T
named Angelo Patn who taught "I ccitamly am not a Red. war never missed working thereat r

_a.x nu i fight; trom wrong; and encour-' But I'do \\ .{..t>
> Pat : hr said, was the principal 'A.-U I t .in: rl.\ in a mail way I was there and saw it f.r E;
ua it P'inlir School; 45 where problem the G;IC r)' I .''V :M: Pain! and the myself. .

II' Y Yw. .->;!noiand: i\ juvenile delinquents ,f John's father died 'tvevmayg Ly

c a.. < pulled by school authorities. I aeo. "I'll hrt he w.sv proud of you
in.,' < where I was sent and I "
e and yoU! .arrr.. I said. And then
... :'> tough' as the worst of John to'd' me an amazing thing. l. I

"t. His faihri nee: had seen nan: .in I
r,. I rider Patri's wise" and !sympathetic h a movie1
e e guidance", young: Garfield 1 "I t.-rrI to crt: passes"- for him
t a nF became interested in debating: I when I vi- 0:1: the '-tag{'. he laid

with words, instead of his fists, "but I ( ,>n:.l'! 11"I't pa-ss: fo-- the V )

and when he was 11 he won a moviei1') : tin: t ::o. I nffen<< j :

Slate oratorical contest sponsored ::0 pat foi Uieia. but he wouldn't :
Raa b\ The New York Times let me spend the money." P1
Y with an address on "Franklin,
the Pf'aC't"Iakt'r." : ." In telling Shades help keep! the heat out r
.av ,aG me about it. John recalled an in Summer and prevent the sun's "
t BR! J:
embarrassing experience. h'T rays from fari.nu; upholstery a
4 > : .;::-. and cr.1: aBESSER'S;;' .'.-.
I .! \< :th the other contestants
'} ae v.y 4 M. ..nnr: after the contest and -.- .. ,

,ion: .linger t bowls were passed.
I lit never seen one so I drank 'Vjtci V
I .'n;: OJ] mine. wonderful teacher 7

f f. '"
-_ o BJ u-n. sat next to me." She didn't Oft Reads lor the HolHfayi.inest (4i.I
-av a word about my blunder that t H >.tPn K-rt Poultry tear I
GALLUP TAKES PRESIDENTIAL POPULARITY POLL night;: but the next day she explained l"rf'am.hrpp*.. AH Kinds of Breads D
11'1 W. .
to me. and th.ay she
ALCOHOLISMKceateDy told me was so kind rye never forgotten JOHN GARFIELD

Public Favors Ike Over Truman it. Yes. I was a lucky boy. II 'I 1 was a lucky boy' -'
Tic-ttd with 0.. Week of HosoitafizafioA It was that contest he won THE LITTLE CHEF
WHITE CROSS others who dido nvu-h for me
which made John want to be an '
Wnt far tafonMttan42SO Remember. I was the under doc !Seres'
Ceatnd A-CIMM By GEORGE GALLOP'" he inevitably would a.s a candi- I also the basic strength of the actor. I discovered but many years "
St. Petersburg Flo. once Three Delicious Mtols
.: r A-c' -- I i- .-' F. r'n. ] i I i date a great many Democrats who i Democratic and Republican par- i I. of hard work and hand-to-mouth John's leal name is' Jules Gar- .0't -
: !I admire him. and whose adrrurai i living at a number of jobs passed Daily at 421 N. Orange
PRINCETON: N. J. Even i fmkel and he played his first r r. "
ties.This before he reached that goal. Hei .
tion is reflected in Closed
today's poll
though Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower !!i would undoubtedly part company latter is a key factor. TheInstitute's i I peddled papers and was a fruit movie role, a very small one.. inWARD'S tII1IrII\\:_ : I I
Dance to the brand new music of 12 years of palling; experience -
is one of the five most admired ; with. him. In short the General's picker, worked as a farm hand,
) shows that the most HOLIDAY INN
His '
SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra men in the country today non-partisan popularity mightnot i: and even' was a hobo for a while. Try r--z5
index of
basic and reliable voting ,
j He" finally cot; his big chance in Located midway between Sanford : :
American has translate itself
the average voter into winning! .
: TONITE 80-1:; P. :M. sentiment is a survey in which and Orlando on Hiehway 17.92 is LuncheonSpecials
not. up to now. thought of him votes on election day after a voters are asked what party they i the stage production of Golden OPEN St"NDYSCLOSED
LAKESIDE PARK particularly in terms of politics. partisan campaign! fought along! would prefer if an election were Boy and was started on his own MONDTS\
J' Comparatively few voters volunteer Republican and Democratic 1 lines. being held. Whereas polls on V golden road to success.; : STEAKS and CHICKEN EosWL I
1 2H Miles South'of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway the name of Eisenhower when The current poll shows that 27 candidate popularity tend to show j Golden Boy was the story of a DINNERSPhone W. P. 917J-J

asked about possible Presidential.,. favor Gen. Eisenhower at present. .' wide temporary fluctuations the I prize fighter and John understoodthat We rater to special parties "IHF LITTLE CHtF

-; -- candidates for 1948 and fewer But no one can tell now how index. of party strength has boy and loved the character. Cocktail Bar For Tour Pleasure
: * * * * * * * ., than two-fifths say they would many of those Democrats would, throughout the years been a highly !!' which probably is why he was so \ t
r To Have Pleasant the like to see him run. ; reliable indication of how vot | good in it. He also said that's
a Evening Dance at : I on election day, actually cross DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS
8 But a great deal of potential I 1 party lines to vote for him if he E'rs.11 likely behave on election j why he chose' Body and Soul for'

;, SILVER STAR BAR ,. I strength for an Eisenhower can- j ran as a Republican. day. j his first independent picture. Ir
1 I didacy is shown in an Institute : The most recent survey of that I I That's another story of a prize EL PATIO ;.
t I OPEN DAILY survey pitting the General against The non-partisan character of type, reported in July, showed fighter. Barbecues Picnics _
Gen. Eisenhower's
f, I COCKTAILS BEER ODD PACKAGE GOODS Pres. Truman in a Presidential following is that 55 per cent of voters expressing "Everybody told me" not to Co.J
Six Miles from City Limits on Cheney Highway I'I! "trial heat." evidenced Aug. 27 by by the the Institute.fact as reported that 58 an opinion' said they preferred make" a prize fight picture. But "Dancing under the stars"

I * * * * * * * *, I At this early and inconclusive, ( per cent of American voters don't the Democratic party as when hale I ever done what Billy Arnold' Orchestra, Tuesday. Wednesday Friday' A Saturday; Sicbts 379 N,.

stage before the 1948 election. know whether he is a Republicanor compared to 45 per rent expressing -, other people advised with theexception S. ORANGE BLOSSOM: TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M.
Gen Eisenhower runs ahead of a preference for the GOP. i of my tt"aC'ht"r.Ir: .
Democrat while 22
M.-\ Truman in popularity. The a. ; per -- -
1 nun a Republican ana ::
General has denied intention 20I
i per cent believe. him to be I
of oecoming a candidate and Democrat.A I
most voters do not know whetherne
recent "trial heat" pitting Mr. ,
TONIGHT is a Republican or a Demo- a .. ri Con'fon
Truman against a man whose
I 'rat since he has never openlyexpressed K\.t.\f \ i
party connections everyone in the \ c' .
TAVERN"ED himself on the matter. t Open
country knows Gov. Thomas E. i I
But here is how voters look I IaL i
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Dewey of New York showed .
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upon the two men at the present 0 Pe.12:45 : ; :
All STAR CAST INCIA'DIXG much closer race. 1Maa
{ j The results reported in July 151 .,*.*on n. e ', \
"CARTOON" owyn. nrut
"If the Presidential election were 46 per cent for Mr. Truman. \"I C
Pint Show 7:00: iiu/errfe.unm
Complete Show From 10li ri vu.so/ ,
Children Under Twelve in Cars Admitted Free were" being held today and Gen. 44 per cent for Gov. Dewey and s 1 A curious thing. 'Um I

Eisenhower: were running for 10 per cent without opinions. Excluding : s her love. it made
i President the the 'I FIANK KAi p 2YN INSURA'Phone ;
on Republican no opinion the vote
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ticket against Trum/in on the" was 51 per cent for Mr. Truman. I SINATRA GRAYSONMCM's mengrear.
Democratic ticket how do you to 49 per cent for Gov. Dewey or I t. bad men derllsf"MOKXS x> t-:

think you would vote?" in other words, about an even I' UOBER ON

Eisenhower .. 48 7i race. i
: HAPPINESS M u5 1 t:A t ,

Truman No opinion 39 13 j I themselves"Trial heats"however do present not In a i j L tact ENT
Exclusive of the no opinion. the conclusive picture of political V """ KORYIN III

fD: s vote is 55 per cent for Gen. EIsen- sentiment today. I I IZQrJIcitlrI caul
K AT hower, 45 per cent for Mr. Tru- Anlienf'ral; appraisal of the I! V i : LUKAS

A man.Political situation: mast take into account I ,, Pf rf r '
observers would be ill- not only how voters react to LAWFORDIIMUY
advised however to jump to the specific' _candidate possibilities but I .
conclusion that the General can 1 T4PTATIgN
necessarily beat Mr. Truman m 1 I DURANTE '
1948. Paradoxically. Gen. Eisenhower C
j might lose popularity if he I J r MC Sptla ISIt1 } is /
became a candidate. FOR
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MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY 1 figure i:>. his aloofness! ,, from Now V 5.. ,
pal t'kin pol11lr.Vp'p he ro become '
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I; Orlando, Florida, September 28, 1947 S-tmlunj &rntinrl-&lar: Pate 31

I Winter Park NewsBy i Drive To Help --

MARGARET GREENE I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Proqram I Road Damaqe Warninq Issued

Tt '- --- ':. ,-. ? : _- .r; j 11 I 1. ?: r. : -1 -. '.. r ;t!': T' .... Fr : y SetPlans i I
Spastics The Sixth Symphony of Sibelius is featured by Pont D'Avingnon and Parlez Mol D'Amour. on his | -

the CBS Symphony orchestra, Bernard Herrmann I County Commissioners. of county roads and it sn-:
New :, program over WDBO at 5:30: p.m. His American Orange part

Religious : Winter ParkBrevities for observance in Orlandoof opens conducting with Massenet's over WDBO Overture at 3 p.m.to Phedre.The program and includes tunes are I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now, and alarmed by damage to roads. yesterday -. cerely: lnvcs that it Bil not "be

national Employ the Physically ; I Have For You. issued a statement warntn2grove !:: necessary to prosecute anyone.
the First Suite in G Major by George Enesco. Only Eyes

: Handicapped Week starting next and the Facade Suites I and II by Walton. True Detective Mysteries over WLOF at 4:30 caretakers and farmers i - -

Tome PromisedWINTER Sunday, were announced yester- War Babies. the first in a series of three documentary p.m. tells the story of a top-flight boxer who pre using heavy equipment without: DREDGE

I WINTER PARK-City CommisSIOn day by Vernon D. Hunter chair- programs dealing with juvenile problemsof ferred crime for a living. Also over WLOF The pneumatic tires on county high LAKEFRONT
meets at 1:30: tomorrow _.. .
p.m. :>
f- 5 TOUT property T.I: < economical
man of a committee appointed by today's chil- .re---' Shadow at 5 p.m. gets involved with blackmailers ;; ways. '
PARK < = Co
Sermon and among other things will n r -g 5 'rT ? ? ar.4
Digest which will carry sermonsby settle upon the new license-rates Mayor Beardall. dren.V i II be who have fallen in love with their victim. i'j| "Members of the Board of 3 : o.scr.d-{ '-au--c posta: Fr:. :: e ....r.ti Dnire

for some lines of business. Actual employment of such per- heard over WLOF WOBO ( 580) WUOF U230) WORZ (740) County Commissioners." the

outstanding speakers. will make i i Rotarians will hear a talk on sons in shops offices and groves at 9 p.m. Static!: ".J 6 b 00 15 Morn'g Morn.. Melodu Melodies ____ Glory News! and Pleas'ts Sign Trio On abatement said. "are concerned WEBB DREDGING CO.

its bow this week, published by the j post- 'ar England by J. Bernard will be sought he said. by all organizations star Uta Helen is .;.. 6 30 :\1>)1n's :Melodies __ Chapel. in the Sky about the fact that caretakers 1024 27th St. Orlando. Fla.
Winter Park Religious Press Assn. Robinson. Orlando artist who has of'eterans.. the > _6 4'> :\foro'. Melodies Chapel in the Sky :
; starred in tonights + I of groves are not careful enough:
1 i after of Commerce. Boy TOO Presbyterian Hour Organ Reveille .. Hews ____ !
been and Chamber
in England during
The RcKenneth Rogers: is president dramati te 7 15 Presbyterian Hour Organ Reveille Organ Rental __ to see that they do not run cul-
'. and Clark Maxwell the war. when they meet" for lunch- Scouts Retail Merchants Assn.. zation. T '0 Derision Now _. Organ Reveille .--_NBC' Smns Out tivators and other heavy equipment NO
secre- eon tomorrow. ; Flor-da State Employment Service = : 45 Bob Jones .. Organ Reveille NBC String Qu't I onto the rights-of-nay of POSITIVELY
tary. the Veterans Administration and The riiniu cov 1' .' "0 CBS News Organ Reveille ._ World News Roun'
I Kiwanians will hear talk at '
The publication is designed toprovide a clubs. of food anii \' :uu : b I" Morning Melodies Organ Reveille _. Lucerne Gospel T'su i county hard-surfaced and day
their supper-meeting Monday by civic rl < Chr.st for World K\angel: Hour Meth.. Mm. Assn.H roads.
inspiration and source- 1 L. D. McNeal. principal of the Ministers also will co-operate by canto don i 'i' 1 Christ for World .Evangel Hour _. Meth Min Assn. I ADMITTANCE !
material for the pulpit radio lecture i high school. who will discuss ex- announcing objectives of the week about It wil 1 oe 9 no rp-AP News .:Church of Air J.. Church of Christ Other damage to roads is also/
platform and written word. <. 9 15 Renfro Valley Church of Air Church of Christ 1 caused vehicles which
I tra-curricular activities. at church meetings." discussed on University .- 0, -- by do no;
:t' : 30 Renfro Valley Flkg Tone Tapestries' Chosen People! '
-- when
Eacb Issue win contain eight I I' Dr. Mack Clouser. who attended ;' "I hope" said Hunter, "that of Ci.i- .nl : 9 45 Johnson Far Sing- Tone! Tapestries .- Four Notes have pneumatic tires. -. to a single; dull moment

to 10 full-lertKtb serna.ns and I the meeting of Lior Interna- nil to the cago RoundTable in 'fto Church of Air ___::- Radio Bible Clam' Voices Down Win-1 "The Commission wi.=he<; to Tho e VTehsters" take over! Tunein
suitable material tional. in California. and toured employers respond > 10 15 church of Air Radio Bible Class Voices Down Wind the public that violation ] and hear how (jeor Webster
for devotfenal j call to hire qualified handicapped over' In') <0 Voice of Prophecy Voice of Prophecy. News Highlights warn :it ;- a : -
talks-selected stories quotations i the West during the Summer. will i' persons who are now in WORZ at 12.3U:! ) 1045 I Voire! of Prophecy Voice of Prophecy_Modes Modern to ('.imdio or Cest:oany and his family untangle themselves:
poems and ether Illustrative report on these two subjects at the what the President referred to GINNY SIMMS I1 I 00 Warren S..e'.,. N' Methodist Church 1st Praby. Church from their latest laughable plight.
Lions p.m. Rep. Clifford 11 15 Music for Sunday- Methodist Church itt Presby. Church
matter. I 1 suppermeeting'ednes- as the nation's "reservoir of unused R. [R- air 11 'to Salt: Lake Choir .. :Methodist Church. 1st Presby. Chun Delicious Quaker Oats brings you
Hope on today.
be day night. skills and strength." 11 45 Salt Lake Choir- Methodist Church 1st Presby. Church Jkntmel= fm: this mile-a-minute show, direct froua
It sill published
monthly and Kani I chairman of the House Ayi-icultural Committee ____ =
![ Walter Speisht Jr.. general 12 oo Gospel Hour Pilgrim Hour America Cm; printed at the Albright Press, Other commutes members are and Dennis A. Furaeralci. dlrector- enera1 15 Gospel Hour _____ Pilgrim Hour _._ America Onitrd1J
Casselberry.Eberi's; ] I i manager of Orlando's new radio L.V.. Emerson Cetlric C. Benz ? 30 Gospel Hour ___ Lutheran Hour .. t. of Chi'goR tab' MOVES MERCHANDISE
-- -- I station WHOO. will be the speak- ::\1.I.. Rudick. Walton McJordan.M. of tbe United Nations' Emergency Food Council "12 45 Gospel Hour ______ Lutheran" Hour_ U. of Chi goR table! "THOSE WEBSTERS"WLOF
|I Wednesday at the first Chamber will speak from Washington. 1 00 People's. Platform! cecll8I'o..n .: .:: RCA Victor Show
J. Austin. Ernest C. Hogan andC. 1-15 People'j Platform. Unannounced RCA Victor Show : I I T' I t-=-
Trailer Rentals of Commerce luncheon of then [ ;::
II. Bruce. College football songs are scheduled for the 1 30 David Rose Oreo.= Sammy Kaye === Patterns in Poetry P.M.
(' year. lIe will discuss radio in ---- Hour of Charm broadcast at 4:30: p.m. over WDBO. 1.45 Howard Smith Kay-Fact-Fic'm __ The Sophisticates 6:00:
LUGGAGE & UTILITY general and Station WIIOO in Re'w'Stephen k' Average Daily I
par- 2 OO WeeklyNews Graham John W. Vanderc
ticular. :, thority on church music. These Maestro Phil Spitalny and his all-girl orchestraopen 2! 15 Weekly News Re'w Stephen Graham Sunday Matinee- 6 :Months-12.993 I SUNDAY
HOURDAYWEEKCorner the program with a medley including On 'J JO Bob Red Sings .. Bill Cunningham Sund.yIstm..e: : __ TODAY AND EVERY
The Winter Park will be presented to the High
Garden Club
i 245 Hires to You Vet Want_to Kno_Sunday_Matinee
Garland! Colonial Dr. I School Glee Club in Wisconsin, High Above CaYU a's Waters Texas co I i -
will have its first general meetingof response toI 3 OO CBS Symph y or. Reunion _____ Sunday Matinee f
TELEPHONE 9218 the new year on Oct. 15 at the i I the request of Miss Cornelia Lancaster Ain't Got No Style and Hail Pennsylvania. 3 15 CBS Symph'y Or. ReunionSunday :Matinee ..
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: 3 30 CBS Symph'y Or. Juvenile Jury Musicana
Woman's Club. director of music in the Xick Carter. Master Detective. looks info the u
I J 45 CBS Symph'y or.._Juvenile Jury ... :Musicana! ... '
t Drivers licenses will be sold at Winter Park schools to have these case of .\ Hobby Sox Racketeer at 6:30 p.m. over -400 CBS Symph'y Or.. House of Mystery."'NBC Symphony'.= FREDERICK E. SLADE

the Chamber of Commerce through singers become familiar with the \\I-Or. It concerns an angelic looking; blonde 415 CBS Symph'y Or.. Bouse of Mystery_ NBC Symphony ..
4 jo Hour of Charm _. True Detective NBC S' mpbony __
music of all denominations. n
ADllQ! ) ( ) Wednesday. Oct. 1. great who has a fancy for stolen earns. _4 45 Hour of Charm -. True Detective __ NBC Symphony_
Building permits so far in September The first Fall meeting of Pioneer" Due to the illness of Ethel Ann Platt. Sunday 5 00 Family Hour'__==-The -Shadow :::.Sacred- Heart -::_= INTERIORS OF DISTINCTION
total as contrasted Chapter 99. OES. will be held 5 15 Family Hour ____- The Shadow ____ Cote Glee Club n
$16p.380 Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Patterns in Melody over WORZ at 1 ::30 p.m. will :5 30 Jean Sablon ___ Counter Spy u___ Ellery Queen ____
\\ith S94.650 last .
REPAIR SERVICE Winter Park September.The Temple and all Stars in this area feature transcribed poems by Clair Cameron Hanson -t 45-Bill Heory. News Counter Spy Ellery Queen : S ('cia/iillf/ ,! in
Ministerial 6'00 Oizte & Harriet Those W..bst..r.Jack Pear Sbo.--:::
Coil/ "ScoMy" ofRRITT'Q A -'-n. has voted to purchase 100 I are invited. president of the Florida State Federation e 15 Ozzi & Harriet .- Those Websters. .. Jack Paar Show i Interior Decoration Plastering
8912 copies of the New Hymnal for The Annie Coleman chapter of of Poetry Clubs. and Jane Winona Snyder presi- 6 30 Pause that Refre's Nick Carter ______ Hollywood Preview
6 45 Pause that Refre's Nick Carter ._ HoUywoodPreview e Advice e Floor and Waxing
14 b. 356 No. Orange American Youth edited by II. the UDC will meet" Wednesday at dent of the National Federation of Poetry clubs. -Autry- Show, -1I1.uPlnOrhToB.: ..Announced : Decorating Sanding
3 at the home of Mrs. C. D. T 00G..ne Rex 5 Covers e Fins Interior and
Ausustme Smith outstanding au- p.m. The formerly scheduled program will be heard at 7 15 Gene Autry Show Rex Uanpin Orcta. To Be Announced Slip
Walker 700 Lake Sue Dr. Mrs. later date. 7 :3O Blondie ___ Gabriel Realtor Front and Center Antique Repairing Exterior Painting
r Edward Cunningham of St. Peters- a .7 45 Blondie .... Gabriel Hemtter Front and Center
preSident. Ginny Simms sings Easy To Love by Cole Porter 8 OO Adv. Sam Spade!_ Mediation Board Wayne King ---- Hcrnes Opened and House Washing
I burg. State will be thespi'aker.
Glass For All
Purposes 8 15 Adv. Sam Spade' Mediation Board Wayne King: .
and Over The Rainbow. on Pause That RefreshesOn Closed Mildew Treating
OWEXS ____
I 8 SO Crime Doctor Jimmy Fidler Guest Star '
a ILLINOIS i Weekat The Air. over WDBO at 6:30: p.m. Percy Faith's '::45 Ned Calmer News Jimmy Fidler .- Mores to Veterans. 5 Caulking
This will be Orientation
: [;! [/RENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS 19 ; orchestra contributes That Old Black Magic, What "90O Corliss Archer .::-. War B.blesT."e- It. -Leave It
I I IIXSLl'X Rollins and the first faculty 9 15 Corliss Archer ____ War Babies ______ Take It. Leave It
); Scrvin Honda Since 1DCS) ; wC't'tingilI be Monday afternoon. Is This Thing Called Love and I'll Take Romance. 9 :3O Tony Martin _____ Jim Backus ____ Bin Break Serving Winter Park Since 192S
II 9 45 Tony Martin __. Jim Backus ___ Big Break _-_
I R. D. Riddle is beginning con- Mutual will broadcast the World Series, beginning --" -

t I J Distributor 75V.. Pine' St Tel. 5111 --j)J 1J struction of four factory-built Tuesday at 1:15 p.m. over WLOF. Walter 10 1O 00 15 Christop'r Chnstoph'r Wells WeHs.. Orchestra Orchestra _-.-_----. News Stry Build.Kline. I P. 0. Box 481 Phone W. P. 810

-- -- houses which will average about "Ked" Barber and :Mel Allen! nationally known 10 30 Strike It Rich __ Edmund Hork'ite 8 Dave Garroway Sh Winter Pork
$8.000 each. located on Hillerest sportscasters will do the play-by-play and color 1045: Strike It Rich ". ."Edmund Bork'ce S Dave_Garroway_Sli : 125 Welbourne St.,
11 00 News =Sports Parade News -
Ave. just north of Lake Sue Ave. -
descriptions. ___ Swned Beasley Sat
11 15 Report-Wash'a Orchestra
tl-ODtRN The first two will be for R. S. Dol- __ ..- Henry Russrils! Or.
11 30 Dance Orch. Orchestra
Garland I Cleaners Gary Moore presides Take It Or Leave It .
< /fc j on Henry Russrils or
lison and Mrs. David 1". Frazier. 11 45 Dance Orch. -- Orrhpstrs- 's._
QOTIm E'4 The Room Mothers of the Elementary -1 over WORZ at 9 p.m. He will continue soliciting 1200 News __:=: 7 Sign Oil ______ _"News and Sign OH I

o I School and the PTAhave memberships<< in The Breezy" Knees Club organizedlast 12 15 Dance Orch. _____
12 Dame Or h
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.', ._r._.; .._s. Idaid2C&a.il1u9Garland > mafle extensive plans for the Sunday to keep skirts at last year's length. -12 45 Dance, Orch.- .- 'STORES A BUSHEL OF FROZE!! FOODSftefrfyetvfcr

t,. : IT Hallowe'en Carnival next month Jean Sablon sings two French songs Sur Le 1 05 Sign OffFLY _____ .
-= at Concord which is not onlv fun nlannpd forth
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: event of the schoolyearto Orange County
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Complete line ol I I Bishop and Mrs. John Gowdy Instruments Filed I ALL METAL I

Hospital! and Sick Room Supplies I returned Friday from a two '450 Franus Burke to Volney E Taylor mtsw II I II

i months' tour of Scotland and Eng T C .horne ..t ux to Th<- F. rlml I
Trusses Supports Crutches ., land. On Oct. 8. there will be a gals of Columbia Amo" M- :s c ,i'fi, LUSCOMBESILVAIRE
fcuuh I Lake ApapWa Crrus tiro( i An
I reception at the Methodist Church
( to T. C Hawthorne SCLMCharles :
Whee! Ch3irs and Hospital! Beds ; when the Gowdys will relate some Oliver Hall et ux to C. C. C.if- [' II
ford wd $1O
jl of their experiences on the tnp. I
Sales and Rentals I Ifirc" W. 1. Mathu et ux to Eaton: E Lord et ,
I Miss Anna Houser has returned ux wd $10.James I

l.cmp1CI\: & ciij'anq:4nc: after a three weeks vacation spentin mtg $341 R.55.Grant et ox to W. F Rjur; atHOEQUIST

,' Tennessee and North Carolina. John A. Harrell to James. R Gran' <' .u*

:a Z .s-- ;Ii The: Rand Mrs. Louis H. I'
: smC
HOSNTAl. FMrjIClANS AND O Gr.nt..t ox to Ra>mor.d S \\ % AIRPORT
LAtOtATCIT SUrrUES AMO IQUifMtNT 1: II', '' Johnston have returned to their et ux .d. *5Auby
home on Cornell Ave. after spending R SewtU et nx to R T M I can:
}-J-.Jl. .Af..._ Oi II'
!I//! the Summer on Long Island. et ux wd $10
R T. McCfeltea et ux to S'">.;a Ownsmtg of
S29 No. Orange Orlando Phone 7534Z50 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reid Burch S3.SOO.John: Whether} it be the purchase a new airplane. fir NEW SERVELg46'

have returned from Philadelphia ax agreement F. toW tee et deed ox to$4750 Bruce Hu:,:
wh re they spent most of the The Rose Terrace Co. to R T M-C.e..an: : have let our many years of experience a.s-M: 1 you
et al releaseGeorie
c. Fetterman to Chari's V Emerson and guide you in your flying career.
I Mrs. Jessie Sawyer John T.
CAR OWNERSDon't et ux god $1.Howard ,
Sawyer and Miss Hazel Sawyer H Cloud et us to Charles! E Jill: Tel. 8625 or 8620 i
et ux iflt5 $7.OOO
Be Denied The Right To Drive Your Car? have where returned they spent from two Clayton.months.Ga.. Charles us wd E$10.Assoetated Hill. et ux to Howard. H cloudet : i ii i

Mrs. W. L. Norman has returned Mortgage Companies II": to
On Oct. 1 the Florida Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Law Charles E. Hill et ux sm
will become effective. The best way to protect yourself is with from Rockford.:: Ill. where she Augusta Brocket to En In E. Mayo et uxsm. t<
an American Fire and spent the Summer. !:
Casualty:: Company policy.
Mrs. Florence Wilde. of the art Joseph C Hayward et nx to Howard. L. .

We' can *;ate JOB monry. Firing Our office I U open till 9 p.m. and department at Rollins, has returned Apperson Howard et L.us Apperson mtg S107S et ux to Joseph C. I I. For Winter Comfort. .
%our motor and serial numbrrs. on Saturday afternoons for jour from Segatarius where she Hayward et ux wd. I .
Four months to pay the pnm.om.I I convenience.INSURANCE Walter W. Rose Iaratmnt Co. to Joseph i
spent the Summer.Dr. C. Harvard et ox release. 0d
and Mrs. A. D. Johannes Fred G Merriman et ux to William U.
DON MOTT AGENCY have returned to their home on Chrismant et ux wd $10.
S George F. Brass et al to Raymond L.
I'hone 8116 ORLANDO. n.ORIU.128 S. ourt St.GET Palmer Ave.. after a two months Williams et ux sm. See !
motor trip through the East. Florida Bank at Orlando to Geo. P. Ied
Nation wide Claim Service Brass et al assign mt. $10.
Miss Elaine Rounds has re- Raymond P. Uorejr et ux to R. L. Hyer
tu.-ned from New York and New mtg $100Edna 1
Irene. Emerson et al to Gladstone
Jersey where she vacationing
L. Kohloss et US wd $10. y
and will enter Rollins! as a fresh- Orlando Development Co. to Carlton E. p
U'ussetux wd SiOAdsir --=
man. Heights. Inc to Orlando Development --=
Mrs. Angelo Campbell has returned Co part rrl mtg C334 \
to Casa Ibera after spendin fr.f''tYrl: of Orlando to Flora U. Ferree deed .
; the :Summer at her home in Grare Helen Nicholson heaver to City of .
Georgia.! She made a trip to Madison Orlando wd $1O. \',,
Ches. O. Uacrnder et nx to George M. !
Wis.. where her son Edwardis
MORE Sipple et ux wd $10. !
taking postgraduate work in t. C. Giddens to IQnnle C. Spear sm.
biochemistry at the State univer E. F. Elwell et nx to Griffin Calhoun I II Ii
Floyd et ux release. $1.
i Griffin Calhoun Floyd et ux to Gulf Life t"1
sity.Ann Shiver has returned to Tallal1a.,1' Insurance Company sits S4.0OO 1
Clyde Wilson et al to Jerry Hampton et
FOSl YOUR OLD TIRES for her sophomore year. ux wd $10 i

-- -.- D. M MrKinnon et US to Bertha M. I ,-. p.er
Kost et sir sm. :
Red Men To Entertain .
County Commissioners of the County of ._ _ ._..
Orange to Paul O. Anderson Cax deed ,-.yie S
IN TRADE FOR Tampa Leader Tuesday 122.Affidavit of C. W. Drake. :f k (?

Econlockhatchee Tribe 23, Improved Ruth A. Marshall et liT to Bessie L. _
Order of Red Men is making Kemp et vir part Tel mtg $1.
R. L. Yatrs et nx to James Cook et wd
0aG/ arrangements to entertain the
GENERALS Great Sachem of the Great Council $10.Robert A Moorman et nx to u. T. Walker -i
rt sl! mil $6.000. are equipped to supply any size, or typeof
: ) A A. Chambers. of Tampa at Anjebf.i: Holding Company to R. L. Yates
the regular meeting Tuesday night et al qrd si. i Heating Equipment whether it be a small
Howard p Sanders et US to William
Fraternal Hall All membersare
ai ur :'d to attend 8011'Fro<1"0 ro rt it ux J mtg Cording$2.5OO.et ux to G'I Circulating Heater, Floor Furnace, or a large .

So.. n et ux wd $10. I
wra-n, : M Saunders to Donald Tin I Central Heating Plant. i

SUM et al wd <10. Now the newest, the latest In
L A Peckenpaugh et ux to N. R. Wag-
err. e' ux agreement. for deed $10.500. venience-with the new 1917 silent
Ra:> Keiimdy et ux to W. T. Zelzler et alwd he
$10 FREE ESTIMATES IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION/ frigerator! A big Frozen Food Locker itWte
Julian D Godwin et VI to Ralph Z;.
.r 60 standard-size Moist
to packages
Vr''jet:; i osdt0. up l1orid"n
M Ck i Sj.. Lee et. nx to Wan Smith eta cold for fresh meats fruits and
I ) wo sicF |I '
A 51.i ."jr. to WilUam N. Stewart et al Servel's different, simpler freezing system
im K Anderson US to John P. S.;>>- WILLARD & single moving part to wear or get (
II stjn ux crd $10. know it
iic.nlIo) Adams et ux to Alma mh: et 2,000,000 happy owners stays ) ...c..
a) fina' dLawyent -r"t Come see the new 1947 Servel! Gas ;low
.D Bnfcrfield et ux to H..rbertS 709 N. Mills St. ColonIal town Phone 5136 display. 72'Ta
Rl > : i .xvdSlO on
H. Ro Dw. nt .
oer S >> ron e u.to
Devini 2c ..t( ux wu $10. m..

listen to _. a1'1

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Your tires Cuistoer\ \ T8
worn risky are worth \ _'_ '7.

more in trade for Top-Quality __ ':4d

\S Generals. Don't let them go icr 4:1 CANDIDATE FORORLANDO __ 71,I

( until you get our proposition. I i "I'i

Come in today. We'll go the \ __ ';0

limit to give you a Trade-In e1Is"J ; I

._.. _______ l deal you can't refuse. k GREEN'S FUEL GAS SYSTEMS CHi 7& Le flit

Whatever,011 underground tank. Installed co 45
"Christopher t 75 43
I flSt Wells performance" rado'S lIewest proi'am.useicitiI' iI CITY COMMISSION fundable Cash Deposit Basis. 75 S3! 64 42

dramstic.it'S dflereflL5rOUghll0Y 1 i 64 41
&.it'S \ M
I IIJ De Soto-Plymouth : WARD 2 24-Hour Service Since 60 29
: Columbia 8iOI' C 65 IS
Dealers tIj 78 50
tsal&ht'a tile I I
5tatiOflL 70 47
leg \i ; Every Registered Voter in Orlando is Eligible to Vote il 57

I \ t.. for Harry Banks! I

YIDBO1OPM. \ % i,. 1 1I

j I \ "YOU CAN BANK ON BANKS"/ ( i(.Ji Phone 4678 Phone I!

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{II Jewish Festival Opens TonightCongregation I Rev. Booki Delivers Farewell Today. ,,--es':ji ,.

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I Morris Butler Book. .., .. ; 1. \ JFY i .t.
''' Rev.
Ohev Shalom will minder of the wanderings of the 5. y
Israelites in the wilderness on Tabernacle Christian Church pas-
usher in the second of the cycle of 'I
'their way to the Promised Land. tor, enters his pulpit today, he will
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religious festivals at sundown today 1 I 'i ;; VOL.
with the Blessing for Life to Special children's services will be delivering his final sermons in L5 --

be "intoned by Rabbi Morris A. |, be and held a community this morning get-together at 10 o'clock will j! Orlando here. Rev.after Book 16 years leaves of ministry Tuesdayfor \ >t :,. _"W.t 1 1scs, .A (. ..;" 1_ 01 ., .

Skop and the Rev. P. Noble in the I! be held at 8 pm. today with Kid- Inglewood. Cal., where he will i e.
Sukkah or Tabernacle, in the rear i I dush prayers of Thanksgiving to assume the pastorate at the First e.f Mr
1 be held in the Tabernacle. All .
of the Synagogue on Eola Drive. I Christian Church.In --
Jewish homes and booths are min-
less than three years'
Carrying out the Biblical man- 1
orated with flowers, foliage,
date to "dwell in booths and enjoy green istry at the Tabernacle church.
; vegetables, fruits and twigs. Book has experienced liquida- .
with thanksgiving the harvest of
the earth" the Jewish people willobserve The ceremony- of blessing- the tion of the entire church indebtedness. SUPERRECEIVED FLASH
this i American Thanksgiving Citron and Palm Branch [Esrog He has been responsible for HE
Day which is based on the and Lulav] will be sung at Monday the Christian Day School whichis
Festival of Booths and is a re- and Tuesday- services.' Cit- now in its third season .. LATE SATURDAY! Size 20x25
rons and palms have been' received -- under a staff of trained teachers. t S
here- from Palestine- and The school has recently purchaseda 300 ONLY [ SO HURRY! ] \5
PLASTIC WALL TILE will be waved at the Holy Altar large cruiser capable of transporting -
At Nat. Adv. in gratitude to God's gifts to more than :27! passengers. !j 1 fit"y

BY DOW CHEM. CO. man. During: Rev.- Rook's ministryat KAPOK FILLEDPILLOWS Three

Guaranteed fading against and crack.ng.F.II.A. water warping. Christian neighbors and Sunday Tabernacle, there hate been .. '' v .." ::.::'.. .
., TERMS School classes have been invited 74 baptisms and a total of 185 :"':'" ,; .
to visit the Tabernacle, where members- over- and above :
SCHERFER TILE CO. & .. ., ....
Rabbi Skop will explain the ancient the- charter- membership.- The '.: ':.. Hurt
Dist < ... .K..
Exclusive State
Biblical symbols: and the elders and deacons accepted- his : > $ ,
325 N. Orange Phose Z-Z5SJ
Festival. recommendation- for a successor. : 100'r Linen Finish' '
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/ \ 100', Prime- Kapok! t t1"r :
I f Drive
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VOTE FOR I I : it : Ideal for Homes. Apartment... 3 f ,

or Cottages-
Frank E. Wright Sr1 J I REV. MORRIS BUTLER BOOK [above right] welcomes';! his suc- Priced Unusually! Low! EACHCLEARkN AccidAt

: cessor to the pastorship of Tabernacle Christian Church, the Int

FOR j!i Rev. Oren Whitten. I II i
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COMMISSIONER I l lOren '' !hl :
CITY and have unanimously called-
\a # \Vhitton pastor of Central- 8s.' C.ClIi "
WARD 2 .
Christian Church in Tampa. ..
F Subject to White Primary October 7Mr. 1 who will assume his duties hereon : c :
i Oct. 5 or 12.: C
has resided in Orlando since 1929. nine in 8t r' ,::1:1I
\ : Wright years The Books will leave with their __ '- ,...
Ward 2, has been- a property owner in Orlando for fifteen \ .
Jimmy and Jacky Tuesdayfor
sons M" ;
years. Los Angeles. Their daughter, .... ,- ... ,;.,,
Auto dealer- and distributor Sunshine Motors. Mary Joan. a student at Hampden E I'" "
qi. 'DuBose Academy m Zellwood, J'J'it. i p'm: :
I'' .t.1d, He- is veteran- of World War Xo. 1 and Xo. :2 and has will remain here another year. ai .,:n'.
$ "'Y one son who is a veteran- of World War Xo. 2. : I Carl S'1

He is a member- of the American Legion Greater- Orlando Dr. R. J. Northridge Dies tit a embaAas

Chamber of Commerce. Orange County Sport..ml'n's.sod. 1 WORCESTER Mass. [rAP I Dr. it. I ; relea'
ation, American- Red- Cross and Junior Chamber of Com Robert J. Northridge 61, a police b..in: 1>0I
4 merce.- surgeon for 25 :years, died yesterday -- .. mats.l.iurstthle!
at his Summer home in West. t
Mr. Wright belongs to the" Episcopal Church. I r.
His hobbies are fishing, hunting, baseball and football. Upton.DeLand. He Fla.also had a home in Xo\v more than ever .'\ ,\f

"There- is one point I wish. to clarify to each" and every qualified voter- of the City of Orlando, '....... I ".,:, .. .-.
that no matter in which ward you live everyone- has opportunity- of voting on the" Commissioner .- PROMINENT: : CATTLEMAN:: DIES _l.:..: } j Tf"d:
from any ward; therefore- let me urge you to vote in this election- and to inform your MEMPHIS I API Albert D. Noe : J any a:1,1:
friends of this fact. Jr.. 53, of Pulaski Tcnn., owner BEDSPREADSFew .
of several hotels and widely known t E pa"PnrI" ;
"My sole ambition in seeking- the- office of Commissioner- from Ward 2 is to give. a growing breeder of livestock died here Ae : '1,','
Orlando honest- and business-like' administration of its affairs." yesterday. 1i
an left! Fringed ; c: ;n
F.dpe.: 80"x 105' in $5 \ & i PC' a"I
Your Vote Solicited Your Support Appreciated Books keep best in tightly closed Hobnail pattern. 1T F F Shirts \ >.. I'
cases, away from dust and mois 0 O c1ar
:r "WHEN YOU VOTE FOR WRIGHT, YOU VOTE RIGHT" .I. t ture. Book shelves should be located E f S P R I \
R you'dMany
fPH Pol Adv 1 where sunlight from wini E I
i, -- I i dows does ont shine on the books. _
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''f I! I r /,,!;! !i Sanforized 2-3-4- only.Poplin.Sizes In I $1 Months of Sport k 3 j 4: Jane r."ti'-. ;:,',"t itt !

,fill Tan-Blue-Green.- : :: ::1
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5t" size. A bargain for $1 II

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SHOWER SETSPlastic bnsrd.t .
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Module 15 a new type of beautifully styled: {[ Bedroom, Living: : FOR QUICK A ? I le1 Snnv;

Room, and Dining Room Sectional Furniture, which can be \ I Herringboneweave. 51 from :
Sanforized. 8- SELLING e '
put together in innumerable/ combinations to fit almost any 1111!I I 1012'5.WOMEN'S. AT .< J/ i ? r from Nit'I <. ,

need. It is a new conception furniture.. You design it yourself I+'!: I j f.:: ".: ,.
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to fit your taste and personality./ It is modern natural i'I I il il! I SHOES EACH A f x. %. of) : e

Mahogany f furniture suitable for any room and home. ;,i: i Sheer and medium weights in ideal W3 fot bq' Flori

ii. fabrics for all year round wear. Beau r ,
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huge table- of allstyles'
$2 tifully made. In Maise. Blue, and Tan. -
; Here's one of bet WA.r .
:' Sizes Small, Medium .
I I1 our best buys! and Large. ,. : cid t\\ :' i

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less than I .
a score of pieces. See how basic IIi i. I : i Ton:
Module units shown below have been combined 1'1I 'I 41!
I This is the Key. All assembled into several stunning pieces land Y \:: Marked from our $ / ;I'I,H1, : 7\7 I I ; :; I 1 :
they together in aft !' : 1\:1 .... 2 ;.
parts are firmly go a j y ; I !!\' better- !itoe-I. Fussy i 4i' 1 : I' Fq ,
bolted together with this !i'l'!:! and tailored styles.WOMEN'S- 1 hQ tr -il; ;i : r Fr
aluminum .connector. I I II !; 1I -17 1
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I o ,!i:1ii:: Colors. in cotton. 3 ,', -::-i .lPdLuxurious ; i mad
: Buys! 1944

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I. GIRLS' DRESSESCotton sale
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SPREADSLuxurious ; prnI
1 CRETONNES Ohenille
I'.il'l'' plaids, jj ;
$ 93
.il'l, plain colors and yd. ;: all! -
''ii' Prints. Values' $1.19 $4.98 the l

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,I!!! MEN'S TROUSERSSanforized Your new draperies can thick chenilleat ; Ton "
I be the loveliest ever These graceful tailored en amazingly low i 1 BEI
'! Shrunk and at big new savings! curtains of marquisette. price! 7 lovely solid colors 1 1 t2 IDBO I

t s Ideal weight Make them from these Simple lines are easy to acme with the some '! T24CO- aten -
a I II'ill'I "for.ar.all Firm season $350 richly toned floral cre care for: fabric is all designs in multicolors! 1OO9
ill II I weaves in assorted tonnes. Vat-dyed! Stur- wash able Wonderful Preshrunk to double bed :: 47 ORZ
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