Group Title: Orlando Morning Sentinal
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Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
Uniform Title: Orlando Morning Sentinel
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Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Publication Date: August 31, 1947
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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amounted to $2 billion, 372 -
WASHINGTON (UP] Pies.
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million an increase of 163 t
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** iptalK in Central j Truman last night outlined'a
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per cent over 1940, the re- ;;;;--1' 'v" I
d tIng a Labor Day four-point program of laber t
search and industrial division of FLORIDA CIGAR is enjoyed
the and social legislation for next
f*-4f tteeR ran&inalrom the Florida' State Chamber of by Gov Caldwell as he ad- "

f.s t beauty contests,, Commerce reported today. I justs American Legion cop year as union leaders set Off J

e ,.... to a public wedmem- "Only 10 States in the nation at State delegation in convention i a pre-Labor Day drive aimed al

showed greater increases than parade yesterday in repealing the t-Hartley Act

iRl, PvLeee .111 eddna \ Florida for the period aad two New York. He stayed at the In a Labor Day message to tM

"'" et U.* Ctatral norida Lasom1aI other States tied with Florida for Commodore. nation workers, Mr. Truman

i |fa.ttf l sarwr attM I 11th place." the division's weekly I 1 lnemoionol News Photo libeled as '"must" this partial pro.

e.-.r, *tH speak In UM review said."Growth. .. from for Congress "early in tu

ads at W8dood and at of the State and its UP THE STREET 01: TRIUMPH! next session:

*4fel M ta Wt t ta Daytona Beach improved economy are shown Broadening the Social Scar 1

h._., ...... 'M tl4nas a In its increasing proportion of I ity System Raising the mlal* t

..MUM .4 *.M Maffair Ian the total national Income.In mum wire rate; Establishing aa "-
qR oFv I i adequate Health lasoranrc Sy .
1929 this proportion was .84 Two Million I I IIlegionnaireso Cheer 51,000 tern and restoring Labor Dt .i

""' .4 .te actvaltM heIMu> ? per cent. 1.19 per cent in 1940 and I f partment Jurisdiction ever all j

pct.INdiM to to be Hatedai //r 1.40 per cent in 1946. r Government functions relating

i ii 3 i fft* Dane leach Baadchell l li r "Measured against income For 12 Hours l 'to the welfare of wart eararrtt1dr. .
_. Mi at 1 Mk.W UM KalifuM4 growth is the increase of 21.8 per ,
.
I Truman omitted spec&a
>...... frttaskmal wornTar. cent in the State's population in
..'t Cb1iRae4. 'f' FocKS--- EKE II reference to the Tan-Hartley Art
1940 to July 1946. computed on
b \'. <
..U. will be held ,,.,l AANM.! E marched before more than 2 mil- i the public conduct and internal
it r w1,. a r MSSM Pick mates of 2,310,303 persons in Flor Legionnaires yestei
1 i operations of unions.
.I T "'8U at S.M: pja. today ida. lion cheering onlookers mass<: dalong Fifth Ave., the street

s'd ...rrt sad sent at I "The primary breakdown of the of triumph for conquering fig:hting men of the nation's. two I Bat he said that "good labor
relations cannot
*>.%* ti* wend da y.trtmiK total income to Floridians last be brought
wars.
great about by legislation. .
aft aatoetaUd with I year shows $1,415 million paid' in Under the garish light of Army
94 tl* G**sr a4 WUdwood wages and salares '$532 million You Can't Win! searchlights the great parade,I: Co-operation by labor and i

ptskatf, whit UM latter also management, in a spirit of honest
million -
$234
]in proprietors' Income
DOUGLAS Ga. [API Mack banner event of thee Legicn's 29th
fea a fcwstf Oatwt. M .does I I ., ... *' in property income and $191 Carter, Negro farmer drew annual conv7ntfoLi'wound. to Its'concern for the welfare of aH the

pa*****. kfe also. via hear a unHUon from. other sources. the lucky number in tobacco people, will speed the day when 4
!j Take Your Choice for "' market here, and he gota end last night just irtionn and strikes and lockouts
1fWft. af lilt Warren and 54 Believed DeadIn ollof da ,Revisions of formerly quoted prizes are discarded
minutes after the first marchers -
15
aft Vt rate. both morning Stan home figures for the years new 1947 Ford. But he said ;t and win safeguard labor's freedom
TODAY '* ttl through 1945 will be In- he was worried about his wife. began their trek. to solve its problems without .
Mot etorMoa.la DAYTONA BEACH-Sponsored by the Halifax Business anoT rfessional'Women's E* ffporated' in this series'of "She won't believe it," he All day long and wen into the re*
e *ftuea .U Hi senatorial performer a c- Sdies. said "Shell think I've been strictlve government regulation.
will
Club public wedding be
Movie a 51,500
Blaze night some
***'H*. te&fard sib Mrs a re- 4 pm. at the Band ShelL < -<1KISSIMMEE D- \Iucfc statistical data issued gambling again. I once"won veterans of LtI1OMWtS-1 the President said.
Mu aM CM pa* ram. a mule in a crap game graying Miv Truman
/Federal agencies during stress noted that the or.
-Rodeo at 2:30 pjn., sponsored by Veterans of Foreiv, { .
***** *** ra... an scheduled Wars in arena on Hwy. 17, on southern edge of city. :2.( war was of necessity compiled with bulging ganlzed labor movement "has rewarded
ff Mlweiesv .,..,..*.. at thafmlaiu PARIS'AP] Approximately TOMORROW vtl : for Immediate use only and I I II I lightfooted former soldiers and i working men and women '
54 were believed .. subject to revision. This fact together sailors in the recent war-stream
***** *. CawlberI persons Manfz with higher
f ORLANDO Central Florida Labor Council will hold a celebration with of Captures wages, shorter hours
a4 M Heath, the preparation where of I
MM burned to death last night ed up the avenue some
and
for members and friends. Starting at 10 am at American Legion better and more complete data I improved working and living
Ptrs's" t s *SI bt Men at Day when ,a motion picture Home parade will end at Lakeside Park Lake Conway, where' on both National and State economy marched in the hallowed 1919 and II conditions."

toft ca after Ken. Peppert I Sen. Claude Pepper wilT speak. At the Florida Livestock Assn. will make possible more reliable 1946 victory parades.For I Sec of Labor SchweDenbaeh
$-". nun .. be a Just I theatre in suburban Reuil I Bendix TrophyCLEVELAND memories 1 praised labor and management for
cart grounds beyond Falrvilla.stock cars races at 2:30: pm. will be. I and detailed information men whose go
Iwo .in U* frfttRMKXi and a baD i was destroyed by fire. preceded by time trials starting at 1 pm. but will necessitate changes in in- I back to the Argonne and ChaI 1teau I "ene of the greatest tasks in his

al IM H r Caeteo wffl conclude Police said 34 bodies had been KISSIMMEE-Rodeo series started Sunday will continue at 2:30 and j come figures established the past I -Thlerry and for younger tory in achieving satisfactory re
a tfer-4af wfeferattea.Holiday taken from the gutted Select 8 17. I three years." [AP] Swash veterans who can tell of Anxio, conversion from wartime."
p.m..in arena on Hwy.
Theatre and that about 20, more i I!buckling Paul Mantz flew his Iwo Jima and the Normandy I I Mr. Truman said that good labor
SANFORD-Sen. Spessard L. Holland will speak at a banquet set for relations
are created "within: the
believed still in the wreck beaches, the two-and-one-haif
were
Toll 8 pm. at Mayfair Inn. There will be a regatta off municipal pier, i Communist-Led Hungary I red P-51 Mustang "wide open mile trek was not much of a I framework of a minimum amountof

age.A short circuit in the wiring of Lake Monroe, 1 to 5 pm.; dedication of Junior Chamber of Com- 'Restores' Ballot to Many !all the way" to win the $10- stint but they made a serious i regulatory law.*'

the second balcony of the movie merce tourist information booth 12:45: pm., and Cow Pony, Races. j 000 first prize in the 2,050- affair of It. I ;
BUDAPEST [UP) The COmmu-
Begins Climb house started the fire police said. sponsored by the Dusty Boots and Saddles Club at 2 pm, in Fort nist-dominated Hungarian Gov- r mile Bendix Trophy race today New York's Mayor ODwyer, a The Weather
Balcony supports collapsed and Mellon Park.DAYTONA with an average speed of 460.423 I Legionnaire himself and World
ernment announced last night it ORLANDO
It., n. hascat.d buns members of the audience seated BEACH-Address I { War n Brigadier General led the AND VICINITY
by Sen. Claude Pepper at 8:45 pm, .
had restored the ballot to 113.906I' j Partly cloudy today, tomorrows
'Jhfnt fatattiM atoned last there were pitched on to those will be followed by fireworks display on beach and the Labor Day disfranchised voters for today's Geronimo! \ parade. afternoon showers
..I M H* Bftttaft's Labor Daypersons below. I' I LOS ANGELES [UP] Jim | GOT Caldwell led the Florida thimdrr
Ball at the Pier Casino. Junk drivers will
car race along the beachin Parliamentary election and that i iI storms: gentle to modent.northea.st .
lee4u .1rta.. There were about 600 persons in the afternoon.WILDWOODSen.. 200 foreign correspondents would I Ruble Houston entry in the j( contingent which bore banners winds.
... e pas. Fi4day, et the theatre when the fire broke I Bcndix trophy air ra ea5 1' reading: "It's Miami In 1948"
....... 1<<.......,. Automobile out. Claude Pepper will speak at 2:30 pm. atJamil's be permitted to act as unofficial forced to bail out when his P-38 Miami is bidding for next year'* *

St4M had tid II. One perM Persons in boxes along the sidesof Park, to which a parade will lead crowds at 10 am, for a I observers. plane caught fire near Flagstaff. convention.( I'Cracker Jim Sez
tRiaa .. ......... li others filed the theatre were thrown into beauty show at 12:10 pm, followed by a barbecue and a corona;; Arfa. yesterday, it was learned Overhead. 15 B-29 MacDCl : :
M .. wr ....... related to the the melee on the floor below and tion dance for Miss Labor Day. 1 BrewsterTo Seek Own here. Field. Fla. Superfortresses followed ; That there moon last nite was

.ts+...,. trttMaig five victims of many spectators were trampled CLERMONT-At the American Legion Center boat races wfll start State Aid for President the parade route. I I shore a plantin one. but it hadnt
(fleas ....... and trapped in the path of the at 9:30 am. Fuller Warren will speak at 1:30 pm, a beauty contest j miles an hour-25 miles faster Today the Legion win hold its I, taken no accountof

to, I*. S. Ksather Bureau I fire. win be held at 2 pm. followed by more boat races at 3 pm, BOSTON [TAP sen. Brewster than histnninlt' and record time final business session electing new I. them rains.

- said lasso *f tj* Mttoa mel and a swimming contest at 4 pm, and a banquet for beauty con- I R.-Me.l. appeared certain yesterday in the same officers and adopting resolutions. an when youcan't
'
to his bid for Maine's last
Wr aM warn weather push plane year. plow you
testants at the Gables
IMF &..- ttefT 1., Hotel at 7 pm. -favorite son" support in the 1948 Mantz' soupedup shore can't plant
Girl/ / Seven Rescues
COCOA BEACH-First featured stock car races ever held here will ,
%* Hftttoaai. Safety Council Presidential race despite the bit- I Air Force I Hit's begins to
....**.< fat! m puts would start at 2 pm. following time trials an hour earlier. ter controversy stirred up in his fighter roared Mother From Slag fire ;i look like that it

tilt bald ta traffic aeefelenta over I I clash with Howard Hughes. Close : across the finish ,: mite stay a little
H* tivw-tey vtetoed. bat associates said the Senator was line here from PITTSBURGH [AP] A seven- dry for a spell
em.t i
Retail Food Prices I Two U. S. Students Reach year-old girl. Catherine Zurenski
t........ that earl by motorists undaunted by the charges hurled I Van Nuys. Calif. an if fen it does s

ttr+atl ...., Ute ... S may. Fw Again Hiked Upward Port After Halt by Reds I against him by Hughes. in a course time Mrs.yesterday Lucille helped Zurenski pull from her mother a mass I we can get them the
of four hours, 26 Winter crops in the groUn fore
$ t+ tlsSha.t 1 WASHINGTON [AP) The retail I HELSINKI Finland [AP Two Exiled Ecuadorean minutes and .57 of slag after neighbors ignored thewoman's next winin moon. Iffen them
cries for help because
'ltyQ iA cost, of food rose an average of American students and a British I seconds. I rains keep on we aint even gain
s.IN. 1! ,110, Forms Government they feared they, too. would crash
1.4 per cent in 56 major cities be- I artist the object of a widespread One minute thin crust to have no sweet uteri for pies
the overlayingthe
r sue,.. ltd tae.i.ttha. through I
BUENOS AIRES [APJ Foreign I and 18 seconds come Christmas time. From the
S tween mid-June and mid-July to search since they disappeared on slag pile. The mother received
Min. Trujillo of Ecuador said yes- behind Manta way that moon-lite was lock&
>
rM reach a new high, the Bureau of a sailing yacht. The Smeorach, arrived terday that Mariano Suarez Vein- : came Joe DelaJ1U-- third degree burns on her feet.: ,fore midnite last nice its gossa

t faaap, 10aSte. i,Labor Statistics announced yes- I here "yesterday. They said temlllas. vice-president under Jose bona. flying a P-51.. His 'time: be rite nice today and tomorrow.

t:3a T e, terday. The bureau's retail food they had been detained by Russia Maria Velasco Ibarra until the I 428.15, his average speed 458.2 Burglar Kills Two Men, Hit win be a little cloudy bk
,
S. .. en. t43, price index for July rose to 1931 I in the forbidden Porkkala area. latter was deposed as Ecuador's miles an hour, and his purse: Wounds Third Escapes I but them drizzle-drazzles wool
j' They were Miss Ann Blumenfeld president last week, has established $4,500. bother nobody atan.
: tt ale T callrr pd gds. per cent of the 1935-39 average. 20, Robert Storch. 25, and artist" a government in exile in .Col Edmund Lunken. Cincinnati JACKSONVILLE A burglar

n..nr, 130. : Gordon Lawson. 32. ombia. firing a P-51. landed in third killer at dawn yesterday blasted I I TUB WATNROqt. It
t la.'Ii Ii. the life out .of two men. James ... hKIo ...- M .. 5.
Peace Head Hits with
Group and $3.010 an .
place won .
Tam. Hifc: 7.33: Ji kid 1:Jl a a. My
Melvin. n, and Richard Melvin,
elapsed time of four hours 58 741 t m. and 1'34 B,0CMM .
TshtatS. Policy of'Guns, Butter'WASHINGTON 'A LIGHTHOUSE OF HOPE . minutes and 43 seconds and an 44. father and son. wounded another i I had Tide Hk: 7 41 .a. **4
1:31 pnLes: ; IDJ: SB. 1M 114Srttin as
W. 69 and
D. Lee ,
I apparently -
.' 1s t4. CAP] The National i average speed of 41L4 miles an InM VidM. Rick T4I: R
14udr 17 I I Council for Prevention of hour. escaped with what police' and I'M VA.: Los: 7J7 a a as Ida
tarp DORIS DUKE, tobacco heiress, Defense Tre Approved called "a tot of hard money." i '.' .. .
sad lat. Malt War declared yesterday the pres- ,.aty Other money finishers their Deputy Sheriff Al Humphries said awl PUMM stns: Ia 3 S IS?
soon will many'Porforio Rubi- ent effort by this country to supply speeds and winnings: Bruce Gim- the name of the killer was given LOCAL TCMPCRAVViriS

Q1t" rosa, Dominican diplomat, the both guns and butter "on a! bel Greenwich, Conn. 404.0 mph, i him by Lee and that a search for I. Recorded by O-B. Wftttcr MnMltJBiclp II
e Tug.Tt consulate of the Dominican global scale leads straight to national PETROPOLIS. Brazil [UPI The lighthouse of hope.at this dreary $2500; William Eddy. La Jolla him< was under way.OVERNIGHT. l.Airport.. 505
:wl.
pYaw.t s Republic in Paris said last bankruptcy and worldwide i Inter-American Conference unanimously I moment of history. j Calif. 3763 mph, $1.500; Tommy 1 a.m. ... _.. : Mia'.1:
TM 01111 t Jaaet collapse. Frederick J. Libby. executive "It: cannot be too firmly under- Burbank. chili. 3760 AND 3 .m---- : :
i
Cs.s1 nght.! : James H. R. Cromwell, I, secretary of the council approved unprecedented scored that two continents have mph Mayson.,' $1,000; F. -Whitton. Indianapolis 3 4a.75 am.r_ 71 ,J....a.. ___

tl 0.. C.Nst.,..; one-time'' Minister. Canada,I expressed that Tiewpoint1947u4iust ed hemisphere defense treaty yes- found a way with willingness and 320.0 mph, $500; William DAYTIME DELIVERY San. _____ TS s R-a. __

1JiaMg Is her ex-husband., Rubirosa,' II terday and the U S. immediately loyalty to Join hands for the pres- P. Lear Jr. North Hollywood When you'order merchandise !I ,.a----------7.... _____ n 4" .a.... _.___
declared in a formal interpretation xJane Page I from Orlando I UIL _____ 74 I as ___ I
Calif, 292.6 mph.; :
recently divorced from Danielle 1947 I President! 1 1I. ... __
I that it strengthens America'shistoric Brazil Awaits t m. 247.3 stores, specify quick. safe I e s m. 7e I 0 _
Hlavacek Wilmette to .... ____ 13 I 11 s.a.It ___
Dorrieux preViousfy'.was. a son: "general condemnation of I RIO DE JANEIRO, [AP] Pa i mph, $1.000 fxFor being the first delivery by Sentinel-Star .... .... -.__._
r i AM afore 9'u. 1W 7*. T Sit I the crime of any I. -toa11113fidlSI I $ ..
1 in-law of Rafael Trujillo, -: aggression geant-loving Brazil is preparing woman to finish]. Express the Jack Rabbit 1100'-- J
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:< Dominican dictator. I where. i one of its biggest celebrations 1 Wuliam P. Odom Roslyn.N. Y. Line that.leaves daily on I UMPUATYRia ILSIWMttlWASEIHOTgg l
.i4is4 '', Sen. Vandenberg lR-Micn.1 for Pres. Truman. who arrives .failed to take off because of a schedule for 41 Central I. UT WMOMT .Jfg'rt j 1 i
1 1i iervis said he anticipated quick U. S. I tomorrow for a weekIoDl''TisIL leak. Florida towns. . bier ...d:,a s tenpcntalW....: fC N. % awn .1"i91a
gas : .1
DID YOU KNOW? 31 Senate ratification of the pact I Samba singers have anew 1 chants telephone 6291 for "I .....'- l i,
which when ratified by two thirdsof tune In the making i Agent to call for merchandise. llhrC4 S7Atlaou =
1t! i iAt4I1Ue
Apartments vacant In 'Orlando 1947Septen""erI941s will bind them Sen. Hatch Believes// 90
are the signatories America Take My Heart. [See Ct7 70 73 MwK l a i
I.aMlords'read the to consider an attack on one as editorial page.] Ii atrmtnihsm tl TJ Miami J
/ Law
Sentinel-Star ,Want-Ads to M>* 7u c WW Thu FH St an attack; on aQ. He added: 'Succession' Wrong I Bastes 73*3 10 71 I X.1>C5a..aU'M1ChaUUOOlI OA..uCame. II

choose their tenants. Your 2 3456 The rest of the world cannot creation of peace and security. WASHINGTON UPI Sen. n.. K*. V M !
Want-Ad;' 'under Wanted to tJ ignore this splendid example. Vandenberg said the treaty Hatch [D.-N.M.1 said last night n1111f1 tar ) C1ne1a1ld (I M I PM>drt m I IDaDu

Rent can"find a place for you. S 101112 1 1314S16 I The treaty does not remotely should be an incentive to limit he believes the new presidential ', CE-X ..T.T MD MDctrett $n 3 t I RUtn nwwoa 4 MM
I 7 9 dilute obligations under the Unit- rather thanto, build up armaments : succession law is unconstitutional =P-1IE 1i 7Dofetk I St. LMM 111 I
DIAL 4161 t need for i and that Secy of State Marshall ,.. ties" 73 M I C4S *.*... M
ed Nations.You can look an over because the arms J.CI Ua/tr (
a D Pate M" MirraeiK 74 f
ASK FOR WANT-ADS l 1 17 18 19 20 j the earth for a' ray of sunshine I decreases when a nation is surrounded -!not House Speaker Martin is heir [ - a.r.a Port W rtk II n...ttto M7S lit ;
and you cant find it; Hut Is a I by so many friends. to the Presidency. XuIU Ct7 106 I Wu&JOJtM M "

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I .. OoOtIsol: C MtUMa The Sunday SecUBtl>5tarwffl print letters for andarai&st t
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I a the proposed county eons Iiduiea bnls scheduled for a '

i, tai r ternttat th drvtkpc&artetsg Tate oa :tpL S. The letter should stick U the facts! the eontrmny. -

1-1I I __ d Otd.Tb and Tr They should ten why consolidation win be rood for the *
d vstirta' far trat aad
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t 'tli..t tt UM CMKffica* el trprtia Tie CossoBiitiaa Iris of A few days I read in the
ago .
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teJantai escrse: : I am for trtrsi. They are, coi'niwis; of your paper that Mr , 4 ,
faWf > KTTTT coo Alex Akennan had stated in
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'A *ttt4 W tat ftm Kattctal Bark constructive: and pave:: wtBrotid :l-i "
SEN. PAT. McCARRAN ID- talk before one of ocr dime Cubs -: :: : : .
,I Orfs* ......* yesterday', r?. and are democratic.Here that one of the reasons why he : ,; ,> .. ._
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'? 4tes.*. 1M IVderal Reserve Ntv, is in "serious conditicn'iri : was for the of the Consolidation : ""\ ""-' : ,
are a few rraso why: passage -
ftaa. cf A AUa&u Aprj renew oftM St Mry's hcspitcl; Reno, dcsnt Bills was that they .I.'F;.. .. '.,- '; ..';:: ..' ,
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ffenU >BbSatVy utter aest toIratim his person;f ph)sue Or. A. would rake possible among oth- ...". ., ", <:.._ 'c -'' ..0/.:!.;i i::::
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tom. tfe fecal t+1:t. wxh L St3herr, sid: yesterday.gnrtnd : school board sue receive sal- of voters permanent in the county.rcgismnon : .... : ;.

1 tffsMi ttat torrffifH en aries. because where they run for Like mast of the citizens. Ins t..i: .. .
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these j&bs, they don't run for the he&xtOy for this and felt that : : '#.; ; -
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fogy. H a fe Bia II oB rf tu yrob- ta atrrrf izjii=nz otherCaa : these: : Jots par. and there are DOtCJ.I:3' in a conversation with a friend I'OS ; i '-0-: .. ... i'N "
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a y nod cf TCTT Feat dates cf these ffr"y nr frt or infors&d: that the Consolida- /.. '
I nanea. Baecrr Ajcn. etna to t&e frirtf'tvt I.Uirr. zi cfSc: holders who are not tryingto tion Bills had nothing: whatsoeiner .;f > 10.. ,/ a.:.: :
e.ss>, "14.m.. 1t4ar.'y it a rude ct: s:1' trued tth ay be 1:11 t::.care er hypcstixe the to do with permanent regis-

*si rtdW ta.. tot tcoDcss* tt made to sa.'Tt rye oirnacs pvbiensr voters fr-.tfi beSermg these bIDs :atlon. as I bad been led to be- ACCIDENTS ARE CAUSED by jams like that pictured cave, CRASHES ARE IMPOSSIBLE at this improved 5c'f' \ ...

dear t\a>> ,- a..c. .a un are wrong. X Ian to see why people here: by your talk.paper. and by Mr.Alenaaas according to Postmaster James D. Beggs. As Joseph J. installation of grouped rural moil boxes. A E S' ,.. ........
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Wttfe *** a* !*. tttepti.athe Aa Ocargt Cossty: nan ccttstcd re.e to do their era thmtlr.g.I
I was cautious bo"fiU.Dr. I Nicholas, Route 4 carrier, delivers moil ct old-style roadside the boxes in co-operation with Post Office .... .. .
....... ... fclcfcty f.t rMr. that the ts'stry nartstt''v :. hare heard that these bills wcr s le1
th ::tai. fr.1 t:ass t were pstttng too each power is thought that rsy friend might be rural boxes, highway; is crowded end passing cars ere ento have the plan adopted nationally. Box c+oe*, c .. .vial ;

CU a :data tn.d: : tcJ thatC.a one: prrsCT You sttil have year handing me some propaganda so dcngered. The picture was token on Cheney Hwy., ct Lake to sect of driver, C. H. Crittenden, whose CO' I -., ,.,. t
n, 11M ft4*?*} lUwrrt Back: rrtr board of drrctcrs or n.---<<'n- I decided that I would investigate -
:y cd f t meetrz. ewer Berton.
}, chef *?** Brews H Bawlcm school the matter for myself. Con- Orange Blossom Tr. ct Holder Heo"' "
cf board
aa7.a.ce.: tat n d-3e them ers : to pass oattrg :: --
Ju& I: a. t>satttotsd. of AgTnc- sequently. I procured a copy of 3c 1? --4
these *. and of them
course
tart .r! ,. ,
eord.ot ....>u "'ft17 aiepreka..4t der to prtrttt "aiter zte rtzts . aay a.I feast oee P'01fr. tinder fip&j. that: it ileve:op err toad be elected by yox I thrr.fr now find that not only was Rural {Mail Delivery I Virginia Hill Visitor Her.
"- :a:keu bed at tie aid abroad the appointment of the school
friend
*atf9f M &* test arock that my correct about what he
and that tt Civet s erniendert is a good idea asit
ft**. ..., r4 a* tl* aabxefrt any surplus had told me but that he was also
a Ms'.att a&a. : wd th. Ct- frog:: h nova o8.v.Tiiioo:::: ceUy: as erah>s the board to obtain a correct in his attitude about all r It is believed that Virginia Hill, that three toraAia a..._ ,

.. 1'-11 y.. u*tatfacvy tad prrtSlf a last: resort. 4 4 u*. correct' itpsudETdwctio8 1iow" can the abuse be accca- field. Sotleor.e00 is good and are quite poisonous: and are certainly I racketeer. Benjamin CBugsy] .tered Frttajr altar t psft tMl
.,... > rig be plia5ed" t.e.wd.X tow 01 no is wortmz: cannot: afford to run dedicated to centralized I Siegel. spent Friday night in Or- checked out earth y.Msriv .1111.. ,
'tdasai UI tMisw boss b" un.- other vy than throcsii eo-opera- for this cffice on this account I power and control by machine It, began to look Jute like rural man boxes be placed off lando. "hug.
MIl t.R: lU that. tUY1Ua Uretllect. This wouid: mean that trrmk it is better to have him politicians. the day win come when national the highway to reduce danger. Just released from a hospital 'They were tat plcs pew.
:f to SO per cent cf the prodac-. appointed by the beard rather I think if is too bad that well highwaysafety! and rural nfl where she spent: a week after taking simply: dressed tat. clue ca..rd tit

1Mt 4 rtit aM cat rer.aftJUI boa Todd be carfceied though than have tins play poBtics to known men like Mr. Axeman delivery efficiency both win be increased The Florida Road DepL longi ; an overdose of sleeping pills the better I'MIM." st i..
pI i 4 a >> tad tet ode. two or perhaps at the rtost keep his Job. and if he plays politics would use beclouding tactics like by a plan originated in i has favored such a plan and :the glamor girt packed up. and Further inquiry at rte airs_ ,
r 1.11.. IN *wtr. 43 protlem three carfceccz agmries set cpaach to keep hs Job Iwtlch! fee this to put over on the unsuspecting Orlando. win ce-operate in carrying it Into with her younger brother. Chick, failed to reveal a.y ta/rrtgsllsa.
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tIC -. a way that an producers .-J1 hare to do to get elected} he citizens of the county such Postmaster James D. Begs emphasized effect Bergs has been informed and her girl secretary Jerri Ma- concerning the ear

... arses tt ai r ***- receive: eyrtat> treatzect.Ti . win jut be a pussy-footing politician dangerous laws as these by using the part played in furtherance 1 by its engineering departmcnt. : son. )left Miami for parts unknown. Siegtl slate .. 1
was w AlY
; tl.. t rvt a the a s3oa a cd7 other: way is far the at the head of your schools a very acceptable law such as the of the idea by Joseph J A car answering the description bama
.I s 4* atartttmit & .ati7 to bccocse: so chaotic that afraid to strike out and do something permanent registration bill as a Nicholas: Route 4 carrier., In the 1847 Legislature the of the cue in which she dens girts and bh H.Iwtelei fcJBm kits.t.> 1

t MIIIInI!! ...... a late et the tJE the treat brut of piudocCoa Is because: he might make smoke screen. Others seemed to believe thatif House: passed a bill introducedby was supposed U be traveling never been ...u..
E f tor, i.. U >IftIftI urn beet owned by A relatirtijr few big op- some of the voters mad and hewouldn't The permanent: registration the plan comes to fruition it Reps. Cobb and Akernan.specifically was seen Friday evening in
......,. ttst6a .. 0e m the teafit eraiar. wlio. in the f1aI ara1ysa! be re-elected I don'tIle bill. I found became a law by its will be due to an enthusiasm aathorizmg the Road downtown Orlando by a police Miss Hill nailftad m** ttilr
,! .... IC aarVI r-""" vould band together add aocomp : that way of doing business. passage by the Legislature and oa the part of Beggs. which Dept. and individual counties to man. stint guard dvtW Its Mto
Ins -. :ih the above a=ss, bat the but I am cot a politician, dent has no referendum attached to never wearies. construct safety isTands but it Mrs. Olive Wingsm. desk clerk weeks' stay m UUa*.aAst d Mi ,;

...".".. lli F .Na1. ash u beceSU would accrue: only to the want to be one and am not going .tt nor is it in any manner connected Dating back to 1940. voluminousfiles died In the Senate. at the San Joan Hotel, yesterday from Parts.
few who remah ed." with. the Orange County ZeUs now believes that this
of tlr taw+rm III ears lido by- to be one in his office cover a correspondence -
t_ us ItA ftTt etLt offer The best prospect' for marketezpaaiira. I am In favor .f one clerk Consolidation Bills.Who's reaching as high as'the does not particularly matter. since
beclouding the issue? he has been informed that existing 1
N9' Jif"IICJWtt" u4 cadet tut3eta according to the repay and one tax officer for thecounty White House, and newspaper Coliseum PlansMoreTeenAge
Who's smokescreen sufficient
M4o- fJ'KW' tIx th* fuffertt received br Allen lies la and city. Yon can do ? throwing uP a clippings including a number of Widespread powers are adoption of the

twee tI 1M etna Lridsnetor the beverage field and the export your business an at one place R. G. TURNER.Slavia ''cartoons drawn for The Orlando panuld call for co-operation
trY of canned citrus products. and for the chances of mistakes
as Morning Sentinel by Lynn Bru- of the public since it is not the
? tttetucfoSl d.vtrovCezt ofeo -We should not spend any moner and discrepancies' they don-an.devoted to advancement policy of the Post Office Dept. ,
Die tedi3.ts ..,... pnmatlli or effort la an endeavor to develop j are being made now under the of the idea. to dictate where a rural patron f Parent PartiesIn
-+thls e.-a iriUcxt. U tn an export demand for our present set-up and don't let School In essence simple the idea consists shall locate his box
u t* au* u.prmmunsta- first quality fruit or for fresh anyone tell jn they are not. of grouping mail boxes en
.'eter .et tbtr t..... They are and have been made rural routes, say for a quarter- B gr* believes that advantages accordance w4Y tetra ..

apt fr tt..f tMa then reml&iHM Cantyan for a long time back. I think the mile of highway, on a single stand are so obvious that this parents attcodiafings. I.... tt11M.

ttia4a *f and I efi* that Bed citrus can be exported at lower I county officers should be paid a Opens Tuesday -In a'safety island which takes the obtain co-operation the will plan not be is hard ander-U j .Teen All ,a,ttM. ai W.(....
"e tM tut+It1UVJ CM lock forfuturt. coat salary and cot out the fee or *uiy X? auto off the highway. stood. once seam win be attrstdR .....
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ew M d pta,11ea J X would be so arranged that
A Pont County whose con- bonus or commission business. wic .
man
After seven of work, he weeks it
....., ...... out t 9mw4 cern is engaged In bererage manufacture I I think the engineersecretaryidea The Christian Day School*ueSlavia for-.rtr's seat of the delivery treasures such years documents was allMlur I

I I* a ...;....... W tfc. ttyfa* rtOM .said he believed that unless 1 is a capital one. as it will will begin Tuesday at ifa r_A l b:ild be next to the box letter in which Philip J. Gallagher as a- day.Five

...... w ..... the citrus Industry gets Into centralize purchasing and make am, it was announced yeste;, Et; that he would not have editor of the Postmasters famines, af AN psraw
talc. Cwmiy carat man the export or the beverage bus- ; one person responsible: for accomplishing by the Rev. Stephen 1L Tfow;[;'_:; Spens**.|cross to reach it. as so Gazette wrote: each tied fir the lay/ "war M
today. c
****. **i M br@>f4 Uat t&tfua- nesses, the first of which dim-: j something for the whole pastor and chairman of the Be <4, "If something could be done in + last Wednesday tt4ptr putt M
w, ...w Last ...... ... JIIII oull at the present lime because j 1 1Of county instead of letting each of Christian Education of fc:. *c 'drone picking UP their the matter of regulating rural and Mrs. T. K. xrlt t.. 1M t
b tree tt rl R4 enI U t Pin+ to conditions abroad it Is in for! commissioner be the boss of his Luke Eva&geUcal Lutherair .,.I'?411 a er advantages OflII boxes and establishing a- uniformity .j.jta children JaiMttt. Mwg r M' .
t e sit ti* tae a 'lang. hard economic situation. : bailiwick and not let anyone else Church. Slavia. r Z; convenience would be of location with relation to tha. won a deer ,... ef ..d .
I I k ........ "There is a treat deal of talk have any say-so as to what goes Miss Dorothy Daniel. Streator.El. :. 4-3.tas those enjoyed by the the highways as well as to the trade. Mrs.. FtvdwMkWinter ..... fII
'tae..". $4 1eY kaov here about ortanization. destroying on in his territory except him ., who graduated last June from man man. boxes themselves we would have Park and bar fsv HW,
**. tsmy crest fatwrt that day part of the fruit etc.. to whichwe Concordia Teachers: College In Just look at their cars and accomplished much: dren. Faith. Ptttr. JawMMs T ) WM
II t- IM W417 ytIUJC hat* do not subscribe. he said. "We ;! self.Think it over for yourself. When River Forest DJ, see if a single one lacks dents," One cf these days the nation Nancy won ...... Th.* prat
C-. taWIUs.." be think that when we give awaypart i people talk against it check their win teach theelementar J. Beggs said when asked if carriers will awaken to the value of your was won by Mr. ai MIa o..r.B. .*
o-4 .w er tN.,t Id Urn BtaI of our production we raise the connection with office holders. In y on rural routes now are bumped postal education plans and. adopt crum and fMI= J. JM U*,
.* Mrtmnitf. fc4 Mtfaatry aa a COlt of production on the balance I that way you will arrive at an grades. ] often due to stopping partly on same." and Shirley! Ana. p

****.*. *&&& tM t* w inn acf! of It to where finally. .. only rich ': opinion of what actually is good In addition top the highway to make deliveries.The :! Mrs. Enocfc (Mf** awl .. ,
full creditto ,
1\\ lefA 's *MtU tefuto- people Torrid cooscse citrus fruit.: for the county and not for some subjects p r e s- postmaster gives PLASTERED: Df MOVIES -- --- - daughter. Lacy. .. sst .. 1

.a4' 1M toM dour "Par line *1 iratgnifig is just of those on the county payroll.! eribed by the Florida Nicholas Rural chairman Letter Carriers of the ROCHESTER N. H.shorn f fCPl The GEN. WAINWRIGHT [cbove], and F. )L Forks. a4 Ml ..
moving picture being at the
ti e 99994U We feel citrus State the children -
1'1' Regardless of what opinion rCT.JarrtYe Bob. were see ed. .in fsioAge ...
for
Highway Safety Committee Scenic theater almost commander in chief of the
\ tit.a ia.ti the rite that fruit shield be made available at. after having really studied at St. "broughtthe and Pamrt 'k.... i rouAt.t
backing given the plan this monthat
.4 trp devtiep. t tAIr4beti4 I* sfl eisMc.*o coai .f Its the bills, get out and vote your Luke's Christian house down. D-oring the performance 4th Army, will retire today,
School will: Tampa. pieces of plaster Wednesday the CobansBagemest __
twaltJa> .JJM. Day
peftaa U* own convictions and not the convictions There the 43d annual convention ending:: a military career thct
IH'Hf ttwt aur large It use thoszH wii wpreiscdbr cf an office seeker or be taught religion of the National Rural ttersCarrteI'l dropped among members of the dales beck to 190Z The hero will pot N a p.-
ft fitu iua man Um. txjt U Oracle CD' &era citrus politician their relatives and the hjs- audience. The theater was closed featuring Dolores at the -
"' m.O wt9 sett -Oaf dlCtarniiitl0alees friends or employes.E.or tory of cuaeicns. Mis Daniel Assn. recommended that until the ceiling could be repaired. of Batcan and Corregidcr, will together with rlaar'ni ... = !

I.+ tit a ysri.iit by axo adKeated & Drat range ALLEN HALEY Christian principles: will be stressed I lake his Icst review this afternoon maMdtUeDal pat _...
I Nt ty mod. that tertit.dt :ncram to test t** ttaUh in all! courses. tor for the last three Tears. 1 I Under-inflated tires give more as 2,500 crack troops have been added a.d tt. I....r.
It vliaalt Da ae'.. flaw fps i&att&i tans ot ctt1 i The church has recently addeda Courses in music appreciation traction than fully inflated ones Drinks games will be .atrlf>l I"
J de3 1sp w* atirs as at ricr fr14a":: possibilities of cohesion within the new. modem classroom to its and the Slovak language hare because more surface is exposedto march before him ct Fort Sam with the 1I'1DDff pKOM a Msf .T

t:. ... Idri rlaa.a. ... aa 7 ry V c &J74: the industry for the next two Jean" school building. An attic fan was been added this year in the the road. Houston, Texas. soft drinks.
i --- - - -- --- -- he added. "Only the strongest of installed for the comfort of schools curriculum elemen- j I j i ----- ---- -- -
pressure from growers, bankers teachers and pupils. tary pupils ..ill'be furnished ;
. I ,,",n 11 II. \ ."W. and the community at large will Members of the Board of Christian tuition books and bus trans- |I ,
bring this about." ; Education are: John Duda, pottation. |

; Ferdinand Duda. Stephen Mikler A new school building! Is plan- :,
. FINER PIANOS Bruce Edwards of the Dodgersand Joseph L. Ukler Jr.. and the pas ned In three years to be con-'

'j Phil Maori of the Braves are strutted next to the site of the ;
GULBKAMSEN the two catchers who rid their tor.A nursery and kindergarten i Lutheran Haven home for children : .

I i&y l :f pikes of dirt by knocking their has been enduttedbJ't_ ___ pasi i and old folks, in S'.a rta. j
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tijfftf THf HACH AT AT COCOA SHORES are, [above] read. LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Pattillo i son of Mr.and Mrs: A.I COCOA SHORES' VISITORS all from Orlando, Of; a e* I

| 4fe. ****&t fl Iot do's newest : [ ] John Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Pattillo; Bill Cadman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John I relaxing at the beautiful resort patronized by Central ..... i

fe *fN! ifoaf, Mend Mrs. ; [ ] Houston Frailey, son of Mr and Mrs. Rob- : Cadman; David Cochenour, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. idians. They. are, left to right [above] Mrs. Robert H"J

fe* .*J Utff Ann: Mr. and ; [ ] Nancy Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Cochenour and, Bob Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs.II j Mrs. Larry G. Adkinson, Miss Ann Gier and Mrs. John .... I Ii

Kathie and Linda I !? [! ] Freddie! Frailey, son of Mr. and.Mrs. RobRobert| T. Anderson all of Orlando, at Cocoa Shores. |'I'i Payne. .1

--- : l Standing] mil Laaman:; son of
Cocoa Shores; [Sitting], David r Orlando, Florida, August 31, 1947 Mfr rntfcig &rnttnrI. ''tar Page. 3 1

Jones-Booth W H. Cochenour; [Standing], ----

f Mrs. Robert T. Anderson; [Stand- i'I CoL C. C. Kirkpatrlck who made' A subsequent survey by .....
] and Mrs. John Paul Payne [With Cocoa Port Aid Sought I the original survey of the Harbor, Scott estimated second: year .....
1AS/ Sunday at ; .
District for the Port Authority inj nue at $239.425 and tta.ttt et 1
and Mrs. James S. Jr: all '
., ] Penney 1939. the end of fifth year.
Ir.. . --'Y' SsmewlStor1Ilil [ Glover, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. COCOA-Support of Cocoa busi- I line was set up and surveys made _"
..- .T.. .t4dini of Missft [ ], Judith Anderson, daughter ness men in backing CanaveralPort ,I as to potential commercial use of: I" ---

tdiHLst.e !aa Booth daughter [Sitting far-right], Jon Hall, Authority plans for raising such a harbor In future years. i '
.* bits Albert Edward Walter Hall, and [center], Rich- $830,000 toward construction i! The population of Canaveral i ;1 J
solicited at
Canaveral Harbor was Harbor district is 15,000 estimated .
'"I MM ettjr and Clarence and Mrs. Robert Porter, all of last night's meeting of Cocoa Retail evaluation is $10 million. I
**4 Ala UU Clarence N. Butt attorney secretary of the I of the harbor district the ::11
last
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CPAs center of Brevard County CoL
t-=:::: la 8t MarttCfearte j All States "I am not now In position to ten Butt said. I d
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you about our plans for raising the I "I know of no one group of people -
H. Bucon of i I necessary $830,000 to match that who will benefit more from this
Prefertaed the cere- Club Meets sum already appropriated by Con harbor 'than you business men,"
I gress" CoL Butt said. he continued. "In 1941, Congress
-we. ..
........ vat dfcorated with "But I am appearing to ask authorized construction of a deepwater .
t..... 1o.tt.se .f whit gladioli i I
: At St. CloudSpecial yon to get behind whatever planwe r harbor at Canaveral and i iI
b4ktround of palms. propose within the next 10 recommended $830,000 for that:
II:. ..fcf fRry.. i i I [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] days and help us put it over." I purpose." I
* Wed Borard renWMt I I Ii In 1945 ,
: ST. CLOUD-The All States i CoL Butt.reviewed the history Congress appropriated I Ii I
( nuptial music.I i of plans suggested during the last i that sum. Col. Butt explained that I II
IS*lEe- Kn Jr.. 111matron Past Presidents Club met Tues- j 127 years on building a deep water the money must be raised by local'
tat et *M of 1 day at the V. F. W. Hall with j I harbor near Cocoa. He said the I interests and that the Canaveral I
fgM %MDrttenKrrpa VMbest : I Sally Ashford presiding. Gifts construction of such a harbor was I Port Authority represented that I II IJ
Mil.rw sere Orady UcAl 1 i the most talked of subject In the I II I local interest. I
Mrs. E. Hein-
i were presented to
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Booth Central Brevard area during 1920.
tf IN hide I : zel and Mrs. M. James. Mrs. WilLiam I In the The appropriated sum Is now
1939. Legislature passedan
*.*. .M trrra In marriage 'I II I VanPelt received a corsage. I act raising funds to construct available awaiting the match
: tl e fal# sr llrf leva+ VM' ofttfttttrtnff Grover C. Hunter who has been this harbor. The Canaveral ing tarn he said.
w A yoke of \ : vacationing in Ohio and Tennessee 'I Harbor District, including An 'estimated revenue of )!,- >,
., ( I is home again and busy with I 273.351 from the harbor at the
arrMN tIt *Un bertha I I Pineda In South Brevard County }.
; .. ,14 aWrt tapered to the affairs of the Citizens State and extending north of the county end of its fifth year was listed by

i t4 to a'. Mf. handi. j I i I I I Bank.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hale and ,
fftHwfKi atilt UrmlnUN i ;
In a alert trtia. Her ftnjrrm II IIj I son Mrs. Martin Walsh and son,. Smith Home IMAZ..OY..IIO.- "
are back from Youngstown, O. !
ti rf Mutton *u held to II I I
.H. *. aMw.. MeMona and she I J Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Kirby will HEARINGCORRECTED '"

...t a fr.|.f book topped with i i iMM I[';, return from New Smyrna Beach Setting For .
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e MlMd and tube roses, I ,I i
Mi Mgi %*& Haft ribbon. I I S. Baughman and sister Mrs. : : : ( m 1J
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fe tee. Robert Colhnson of Devils Lake
nothtr of
the bride. Buffet Supper The new WUBUTZER
.u ****** ttt A4U& crepe with : N. D., are here. _INVISIBLYN V fllttdJ/
.** Wise w + artr*. Her cor- Miss Iris Johnston has gone to SpeCial: to( The Sunday Sentmel-Starl .. . ORGAN has the rich ,ul ,
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I fj f't' frail If ytBov talisman roses. : Washington D. C. to accept' a The J. E. Smith home on Rock- MAICO* NEARING AID ity of the Pipe Organ mad. ,.
b J..Hft auiter ol the bride.Mk ,I I position In the Bureau of Stand- ingham Ave. was the setting for a wW SECXETEE possible by exclusive d*.
| ire II dub then' mile I arose buffet supper Thursday night .,. woodafd Telopments.
How T CM joy a +
*..* %.yh pfek ftcrwwrtes. Here I II i' : j I{ Miss Anne Boisseau has re- j 1 when the Misses Elsie and Essie new iDvenUxi.the Max Seacteer.
I ....... wu *f pipit ramfUiai. I I I It I | turned from Missouri and was accompanied -I, Sirmons entertained honoring i that prate!*__people do to Z-ed/ The majestic grand err....
by her brother, A. D. Miss Annette bride- : a hew
;; %. IKM'I iteur wore a com' I I Edmunds ttL'r voHy or the beautiful tmnmU
** kto KMtf. taffeta faihtonedOfMAMEirS : Boisseau. I elect of Ernest F. Baldwin of Orlando i d. to ww with th*Atom*.
I i i Mrs. Rae Dickinson and two : with a linen shower. -=tmy. cuuri vat oper JJ ingle tones make It the
I t j I 1 children are home. from Pitts- I Pink roses centered the hon- I Ijunutd bearing ud-The ICMK Atamreanoaravd.hesri tb* 6I/f choice of Churches, AMI-
I i i burgh. oree's table and pink asters were == UMrthcTw toriums and Homes where
I i I used as decorations for the other Maros i> bat faviatxmanitteoait 7 oa. Pwpbvy thM . genuine T.neIt
: -..... i I j tables. I two wonderful pta modern BCIMMM.... "Organ
I Htfr rvN ATIII Miss MclverBecomes The guests invited to be with I..v bro. ht M the bard erf|MHI > desired. _
I' the hostesses and honoree includedthe I I= Muoo Both r L CJ *
.. SCXVKClUfrlftreten bride-elect's mother.Mrs.Wil- lef 90% at the pncjum bearing Orders for scheduled delivery can be placed now. If yea will
I I : Bride liam H. Edmunds and her grandmothers I tat inrtrnoMnto m tile UAA. heed your organ this month or next year, we suggest plating
Vseta t Lnn now bow to beer better,with
I I :Mrs. J. H. Alderman and aotKUt Se local 1 your order now to insure delivery on time.
... ead Sold i' [Special The Sunday Sentinel-Star] no: your
t I I to I Mrs. L. H. Edmunds; the Misses dealer today.S 1 1r
\ til.ttr" mpt..bIe I 1 DAYTONA BEACH-Miss Betty :, Mary Treadway. Jane Brecken- --------- ----- Send for our new informative book."Approach To the Chuck
; -f. .e r+ww a9 ..... sad a9Ntho.y i Mclver. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : ridge Gwendolyn Pace and the I I'I Organ Problem," for foil details.

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CREEK was maid of honor and James 415 First National Bank Bid*.
I i Cowart also of Macon acted iI
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She is now a student at Mercer the dog track election Thursday.
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LUWEKCO.TMNAS of Phi Mu sorority. I f $250,000 school bond election this ,
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I i I were Mrs. W. Bithel Wall i secure enough names to call the .
CVCXAGC i mother of the bridegroom Hilton'r election. [ .
Tw fevorH. Soft i Wall and Miss Theodore Phelpsof I I ---.TN . DODGETRUCK.
tfcmt t. four doer in I j Sylvester Dr. K. C. Wall. Miss _
' i Madeline Wall and Mr. and Mrs. II
! c.4., rent' RC\ eta I John Many of Thomasville, Ga. I SK- rJIRlf
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.1 Rio.The SEAMEN !
FLORIDA_ occupants of the White House

4 ..sI ,. yv 'YW Day. rearm of Jaty.: labor 1' should spend more time keeping the friend- Lack of Help to Stranded Piht
P""' t D.y and Otruvnas by Seatlael-Siar Co.
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t ft..lf...... lacj At 238 SouUt Oraa&. Are.. I ship between the Americas warm. The i- By JOHN BRANSCOMBWill NM
best to maintain a friendship is by Censure
I way per- Brings PoliticiansEditor
,. *.M...&.. cutter at Cw Post QfSc at Will is a great quality to possess. If you civilization and comforts. Shortly before they were f on
?.... wtfcr the Act ot Larch 3d. 1878. sonal contact.
to return to their desert
can eat one salted peanut and stop you have some homes they were given the The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
tnzrwoL-AJ" tfeputmentf tIn --I privilege of taking back with them the which
i I t +....".. me today Oaty U->> Per Yr. THE MERRY-GO-ROUND I of it. A lot of via power is needed if one is going to had impressed them most. They were intrigued thing, with When I read of the plight of I

...... A........ EWTW AM* FmusRt endure In the kind of world that confronts us now. the water faucets gadgets stuck in the wall that those men marooned ,on a tiny

C %. tb*??, .... MM. HIMT IAICS. EWTOILU Djttcro $1 Billion Secret Loan! The trouble with a lot of us is we attempt, to carry produced water in copious supply by simple turningof Island in the Caribbean and the

!.... HM..... MOAIIM ta, MUTCH J. Anrw Aa,. Ma. I I the whole load of life on our backs at one time, a device. They importuned their hosts to give : refusal of the Government to do

$>.. HMMtM, C*. MM. Heum Consatmi, Stt. Ttus. j Editor's Note-While Drew Pearson is on a when we ought to learn the doctrine of the one them the magic faucet so that they could take it 1 anything about it, I bum up. Is

1 W UMM Cm Ca. M... &. T. Mau Trra. SEPT.tutt brief the 'step. Itwouldbeadllflcult task to tell the truth with them to their desert where water was so scarce. it right for some of our senators
t vacation Washington Merry-Go-Round
_>: W Ai" CAM MaL CHAIUS MMUM. Fans Surr.Mrator is being written by his old partner Robert S. 1 all of my life but I am willing to try it a day at the Alas faucet poor"'as'Arabs.butthe They mechanical failed to realize that the and congressmen to take their

.< Tk. a. Mrta<*d.PresfTh ADenJ j time. That's all that is required of us. I couldn't means helpless un- wives on a big junket flying all
Ajseeiated Preu is exclusively en- go 10 years without a little gossip about my neigh- less attached. the source of water power this
IT ROBERT S. ALLEN over country and Canada at
tia4 .. tM use for rc-pubLcaooo oJ all I Do you every study a railroad ticket? You wffl ,
,
.rv. 4-ptcbe acercdited to rt or not I WASHINGTON a closely guarded secret bor, but It wouldn't be an impossible task for a day. find these words sometimes the taxpayers' expense and then .
"Not if detached. .
: good
thsu ikiM aecrcdued ta this paper ands plan succeeds, Germany would tap the U. S. tin Try exercising win power a day at the time.
e s tht local new pobbsbed bereto.AO . I Comer That is certainly applicable to our lives. Detached have the Government refuse aid I
Some that the Amen very
of special for a $1 billion loan. wag frequents ?
riMs toe rt-publlcatK I from God. divorced from the spirit of life separated: to these stricken people simply
ttispttctics herein arc also reserved. Author of the proposal Is Brig. Gen.William H. time he hears a new story got our attention off from the divine : because he misjudged the gas sup- I
source we are nuU and void. Batas
4 AUGUST 31, 1917TODArS Draper economic director of the U. S. zone in Germany what the parson was saying by telling us about the lay hold ply for the return trip. If Sen.Blowbard's *
PAGE we the of
upon power the infinite our '
parable of the philosophical clock. It seems that the
and a former member of brother-in-law's cousin -
Dillon Read. WaIl Street banking clock fell to meditating over its future as it was put lives are enabled to endure to see life through to was in the same fix no doubt 'I

THOUGHTS I firm. Defense Sec. Forrestal alsois in Its place for the first time. It got to calculating victory. And this is not so much a power that we there would be a Coast Guard

Al,the bird by wandering as the swallow by a former member of this international that it had to tick twice every second; that meant can produce as it is power which we appropriate.How cutter on its way before the signature I.
120: times minute 7,200 times hour. does the lily become beautiful? Not by forceor on the message was dry
the. curse causeless! shall not come- : banking concern which every or every I
fifing. M
might or turning gadgets, but by appropriating We who the tax bills are due
pay
lent minions to German industry i Multiply that by 24 and that meant 172,800 ticks ; .
i Ftsrrfrti' 2612: powers and forces which are afforded through the some consideration for our money. ,
after World War L :I every day. That in turn meant 63,072,000 times i
rain and and rich E. G. H.
w sun earth.Our win power develops
Draper. currently participating I every year. Then the clock considered. If It were I '
H9 me become nflty by fate.- en' In the Washington negotiations there only 10 years, that meant 630,720,000 ticks. in proportion to our ability and willingness to lay I

.,> -- with the British on a reorganization -; Alas I It collapsed from nervous exhaustion.: t hold upon and to be laid hold upon by invisible Teacher Advises Escape 'I

M I of the administration : when it came to, it realized in a moment of insight powers that are as real as the electric current that From Antiquated Methods- .
::Christians Working for Peace produces the light in an incandescent bulb. The
I of the Ruhr mines. is a leading it had to tick only one tick at a time. When Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
I bulb shines so long as it is in touch with the sourceof .
: j THE WHITE House has reaffirm- i _. advocate for the rebuilding of :I I am a teacher so I read Mr.
AOAtN - German industry. I ::1o,1e AMA.ItMn.:: power Wylie's criticism of our schools '
diplomatic relations with the How do men live without this power? How-do editorial and Russell ;
i Allen Draper contends it is necessary ; : your KaY's ,
:; to revive German industry M4 > they meet the shocks of fate the ugliness of evil column on the subject with mixed f..
uean. I the obstacles that loom aU sides without the
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up on feelings.I
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and to enable that country to pay. for its food. He !
Th* world's biggest military power I strength which is afforded only in intimate
points out that Germany has never been self- by being agree heartily that we need a '
the world's biggest religious organization touch with the infinite? It is essential to have a solid foundation uVmathematics. .
sufficient in food: that even Hitler never achieved
l I lot of to face the of spelling speech and literature
courage even ordinary run ;
their hands joined. more than 85 per cent self-sufficiency. Also. that
'
\fp and I would add history and
I things let alone the mighty obstacles that often geog-
is vital for "
Pres. the restoration of German industry
The exchange of letters between block our pathways. A Sunday School teacher was raphy.
the economic well-being of other European countries -
I Tjarnan and Pope Pius has great political I particularly France, Holland. Denmark and directing a lesson on the formidable old devil that But why the homesickness for
I I i stalked the footsteps of every boy. After a vivid the Little Red Schoolhouse? I got
fcifnlflcance In Europe. Italy.Under description of the fiery devil with forked tail. horns. my elementary training in one of .
Draper's secret plan the $1 billion loan the things and have no pleasant
Most of Europe is Catholic. \ .' hoofs, brimestone emanating from his nostrils and
would extend a three-year period by private memories. had
: over We a new teacher
Protestant
U. S. Is predominantly a I '- fire from his she turned to the.
"The blazing boys
eyes
U. S. investment firms. That is, they would lend every year and not one had .
ittUen. although we have a large and important I the money by floating bond issues in this country. and asked. "Jimmy are you scared of that old enough to eat or wear. As for

Catholic minority. The money would be used to restore industries in I devil?" "Y'as .. .M'am." "How about you. Johnny?" "articulateness," most of our high

j 'The symbolism of the co-operation be- I I which American interests have holdings.I .- she asked. And the reply. "I shoo am." "And you. school youngsters today sound like "

frren the White House and the Vatican is I Draper's scheme has been vigorously opposedin : last heard of it had been running for a quarter of a Frankie?" "Yes teacher I really am scared of Wit Churchill in comp
and I century and was well on its way to becoming a respected that deviL" Finally to a little red headed freckled teachers
Russia inner U. S. occupation circles. However some -
for all to see-especially
pitta grandfather clock. One step at the time is face Irish boy: a good business letter said
critics their in
of the most important quit Jobs ,
she controls. (children] it
: the natfo&s Berlin recently because of irreeonciliable differ- all we have to take. "And Micky. I Imagine you are scared of the "C' a't no"'
to no big .
The treat Christian moral forces of ences on policy.Outstanding This power to endure Is not self-generated. It devil too." The belligerent lad retorted, "If yon Wesattwoinaseatthatwaseither way u,

I I tie world are united for peace-Protestants among them 'were James S. Martin is a resource to be appropriated. It is available to mean a great big old devil like you have been r too high or we .

and Catholics fighting on the same chief of the decartelization branch. and Dr. i every man who will attach his life to the source of describing: . yes m'am. But if you get a little risked curvature of s s spine.

all spiritual power. A lot of us rely on false sources devil about size 111 give him fits for around Often had only lesson
learn for the same great objective. J, H. Canning, deputy chief of the food and agriculture -I my we one a1
I br .nch. Martin made no secret that he and depend on surface values to afford usendur- half an hour." And I expect he would. day. I learned to read at :

VATICAN HAS made no secret of resigned because of the determined resistance he ance. Some men trust money as an absolute. Others The problems and obstacles we encounter are and my aunt and grandmothergave '
THE venture forth with the idea that education. wit and mostly ordinary commonplace things that we can me a love for good litt.
encountered decar-
fear of Russia and Communism. 1 in high occupation quarters to I learned the parts of
I ingenuity will suffice. handle if we will exercise our will power, under- sch
j teuze German Similarly Dr.
industry. Canning
,
Church has looked first year Spanish at
Healiiticslly the Catholic protested the extensive mismanagement of the I Still others count on the momentum and impetus girded'by the power of Him who affords inexhaustible still colge.own adam

upon Communism as a religion of i i farm program. I tethered from aristocratic forebears. All resources for living An old colored preacherwas shudder spelling, '

ij slavery.We valuable. Amen! But we need to be as much a getting set to go over to the church house to mathematics gar.htory. 1-

believe wise that Franklin Roosevelt I One reason Rep. Adolph Sabath 81-year-old part of the source of power as the ray is"a part attend the "deacons' meeting." The prayer on his And there are thousands of

and Harry Truman have kept diplomatic dean of the House always gets a hearty welcome! of the sun. The world's finest declared.: "I am the lips as he went over was "Oh Lord, don't let nothing other teachers with foundationsas : i

envoys at the Vatican. Stored in thatneIent i at the White House is that unlike many of the I vine ye are the branches . without me ye can come up at this meeting tonight that me and you p&mine; some are even ,
;1 do nothing." together; can't handle. Someone has said that God A teacher I know I j
,, Christian city is much of the I President's callers the Elinoisian speaks his mind s
<< wis- very frankly. | A group of Arabs were brought to France at the and one are a majority. And that's a good stopping The children Go't know, I

i religious political and philosophical I I He and the President don't always see eye to ; time of the Versailles Treaty. They created quite place for this edition of the Amen Corner and a as a slip but every day. Theteacher :
of Western chili- either and
: jtttn cf hundreds of years I eye. But the President enjoys exchanging views a sensation as they moved about the boulevards of grand starting place for any man that would see she "dos'a degree.I kow".

i iatMn.p with him. The two were discussing things the. other i, Paris and in and out of the hotel where they were life through. God and You! h I II
Our trouble that
!p I The U S. is maintaining close contact I,I day when Sabath remarked he thought the Presi- lodging. They had never had a taste of Western .AMEN AND AMEN! I getting far enough is from we the a Little not I py

i vttfe that treasure house of knowledge. And dent "wasnt getting enough progressive advice. I R Soolou..To many of I 1

i II tMs Is smart business. "Why, I'm always guided by progressive views," WASHINGTON TREADMILL teache one-room I
1 s Truman demurred. "My record shows that., Certainly -I.I schools and ou modern schools

POPE'S MESSAGE to Pres. Truman my Cabinet is liberaL Take Sec. of 'Commerce have fallen heir to their "intel-

TilE veiled its direct reference. toO Hamman. He1 a rich man but he's liberal Hendricks Move Praised leuramcompetc. and lack o,
his Rep. couage.I
despite wealth. I mor
""nanlim and Russia.
"Well, I'm glad to hear that." replied Sabath. I i There were not as m students -
said "Once the State to the exI.I.n in the but
If. "I guess there are rich men who bate the interests so
of By FRANK A. KENNEDY $ of God. makes itself the source of the common people at heart. But there delinqenc.O
I I the scales In
TOur V.cshigtcn Ccrrejponde t] I Committee. Mr. Caldwell. assisted runways weighted school windows ays
th. rights of the human person. man is aren't many of them in public office." On more than one occasion. ,by the late Comdr. Earl Thorn the West Florida field's favor. If broken and the "bad boys"a ,

forthwith reduced to the condition of a "Of course" said Truman "1 don't make a ,Rep. Hendricks has used one of ton, U. S. Navy retired stalled the there was an Internal skulldug- came the first few uly j

.late or a mere chic: commodity: to be.nI.Ued I practice of inquiring too deeply into a man's 1 his House Appropriations Subcommittees establishment of the Corpus Christi gery within the Florida delegation fought the teacher. M grandmother I I i
selfish aims of political background when I make an appointment !I as a personally directed base for two years. Conscientiously it cannot long be concealed. Too used to tell
for the a group I try to select individuals who win do an outstanding grand jury. prying from he was compelled to withdraw many hound-nosed Naval officers and new tires on buggies hess
thai happens to have power. 'I job. regardless of their political views. (more or less reluctant government :I his objections when the Na- travel between Washington and while the owners were in church. :
Russia and Stalin. !officials, information which the tional Defense surged the Florida bases not to carry
To us that spells The interest of the nation comes first with me." program Our asylums and jails nre'fu I
for human rights |Congressman deemed pertinent to into its prewar tempo in 1940. the word along-if ,there is a then. They bigger .I
The Pope's argument I "I agree with you. Mr. President said Sabath. a fu
l his political and legislative excursion : When the Texas crowd first began word. now because schools have I
and liberties is an argument subscribed to "and that's why I think that's the best argument I of the moment. plugging for their Corpus I + + enugh money to keep up with h i

b* ear Constitution and our statesmen j for appointing liberals. They have the interests of( With Rep. Peterson's assistance Ii i ij Christi base their array was even I All this and more to follow easily growth along other lines. Giveus o! .L)4.

.d"wn' through the years. I the people and the nation at heart all the time. j the DeLand Congressman's most more formidable. can be confirmed or refutedby the time and money and we
hands of all Christians and : recent grand i In their van was former Vice I Rep. Hendncks. when he sum- will cut down and there 1
The Joined :,Jury I Pres. Jack Gamer, and Sen. mons a few key witnesses from ce. i
I Farm co-ops, currently under hotly controversial I will be social growthto
all t lovers of the human family no matter investigation by a special House committee were ,: inqu1s1tion.I' Connelly who enrineered the the Navy Department. While an match met ,

tk* language, relieion, creed or dogma, the subject of an unusual exchange in the powerful ; ance } two Texas coops last Summer departmental officials, commissioned ment. We ou may mater able to :
force that could bring about i maritime unions k and this month was only the and civilian personnelalike 1
U.a potent Ways and Means Committee and the arguers were ; reduce divorce rates, ,
I and the Budget! Junior Senator. are required to support and thou sme-
tfc. great aim of world peace everlasting. ChIn. Knutscn and ranking Republican member I Bureau to scuttle; I '* endorse the White House Budget one 1 cry "frills" i '

,Jt ni forget our petty prejudices and I Daniel Reed. Both come from strong farm co-op I I the Maritime! ic4l As reported last week, but still I none of them can refuse to testify to through schools. It

""ttk together for that end. districts: Minnesota and .upstate New York respec. I Co mission's! pertinent to the overall picture I to. the truth and the whole that&your made u me of decide the word to "fr" I
seamen's train- 1 the Texas outfit executed its supreme i truth before an appropriate Congressional -
\,. tively.During lag program. last Summer. With : committee. Rep. Hen- you. There i quite a differenceof
discussion of a plan to tax co-ops, Knut- coup .
"Hi* President Takes A Trip I I Hendricks ] the Florida delegation bereft of its dricks temperamentally is fitted opimn among critics of educa- '
to his remarked
sea colleague's surprise : "Co-ops l the MI'I tion as to what should be classed
!vaged } only influence at the Navy Department for Just such a role-cross-exam-
PRESIDENTS HAVE neglected our will destroy the capitalistic system unless we check I gram with | Sen. Andrews recently i I iner prosecutor investigator call as a frilL Russell Kay includes :

OUR American neighbors for too them." non-budget approved ------ dead, and Rep. Cannon recently :I II it what one likes. He is scrappy. music, a daci. shimming '

**" years.When Before the committee could recover Reed noted i appropriHendricks i I defeated. Miami's Opa Locka and aggressive and hard to turn aside. pools luchm! I i
Pres. Truman to Rio today to ; for his conservative viewpoint pcp-eyed them even ation of 2850000. Ft. Lauderdale Naval air stations * Plato for dge'it
goes I Mr.
I more by retorting'sharply: That opinion of yours,: * were brushed onto the deactivatlon The Pensacola and Jacksonvillebases Ky about muic
|..nMfr*, the inter-American conference it I Harold sounds like one that might have originatedin With this preface, Mr. Hen- .1 list with scarcely a ripple of possess an advantage in said "when modes music I
*i8 t* only the third time in history that a Wall Street. dricks' interest in the Florida- I opposition. I II I common which no amount of political change the fundamental laws o
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pJ. & President has visited the nations to Texas feud over naval aviation I * ; influence-even from Texas State change Music refines
appropriations confidently can be Beclouding the Connelly coup long can stave off. Both the Flor- soul and gives grace and happiness
*Ji*.South of us. Kenneth L. Dayton high New York City official I expected to soar. Mr. Hendricks I i of recent weeks, is widespread ida stations largely are perman-

r".. Truman did a fine job for the under former Mayor LaGuardia. will succeed Brig. I used his post on the Appropriations I belief.:.entirely erroneous that ently constructed.. Pensacola par-
l( & M Wt ,-lsItio Mexico. We believe Gen. Walter J. Muller u Governor of Bavaria. Subcommittee on the independent I the Texas influence was responsible 1 ticularly. The main plans and THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
.. offices to uncover the for the scheduled reduction 'specifications for Jacksonville
I maritime training intrigue. In the i of personnel at the JacksonvilleNAS were prepared three years before
; ,{CRACKER POLITICS i closing days of the last session. facility to 1.400-1r1th 1.800 Pearl Harbor. anM' the station was World
Rep. Hendricks in a reshuffle of I workers to be laid off progressively :well advanced. before Corpus

subcommittee assignments, shift- !I up to July 1. 1948. The sincerity II i iI Christi was set up a hurry, largely
I kep. ''Most Valuable'got ed over to the subcommittee on I and good faith of Adm. Pride in 'with temporary facilities-except! i To Work Daily
Simpson ,Navy Department ,
Appropriations.He his several oral and written communications of course. the heavy-duty run-
took his post too late to participate I with Rep. Price, can- :ways. It has been stated here before I I I, WILLIAM E
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-- I I : in the closed hearings on not be questioned at all. Neither that there are no blueprintsin Scripture Proverbs66-11 :
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r"I.. AUf MdHlS j F sound judgment; he's got a himself by saying "it's too early.* the 1948 budget but anxious citIzens --I,did his most recent orders stem existence for more permament I I : ; ; ;

I 1 Vt *. **. Carmoondrrtl 4 4TAtiAHASSCX 1 r progressive viewpoint.He's I Folks who think of today's do1tar : of Jacksonville and Pensa- I from the Texas coup. The reduc- :construction at Corpus Christi. I the world ever needed a
:! I A blueprint I rather than tomorrow's name cola can be assured that he win be tions were inevitable and they Even a White House desire to i and necessity of work, it is *
II .i* fee* to k* a swxe fBl Lettslat - an dept master of parliamentary in the State history books usually at the firing line when the. Navy :are being made horizontally In1 I Ii please everybody cannot prop up forceful demonstration of

.*? .bt tmttf ta fswtcaes ac- '. procedure; he's a firm brush off English as a candidatefor subcommittee begins hearings on i,all Navy shore establishments. j temporary facilities indefinitely. from the
j j'! BjtP4 UM CtMfcer Politics: presiding officer and above and ; Governor with the puzzled Inquiry :the 1949 budget early next !1:Swiftly they become more expensive i producing things

L fi.&, 'I elsce he's i : perhaps before &ession.1 It is quite a different story to maintain. and the deterIoration i I producing ways of
a
r f. ruffift* tto word of beyond everything "Why should he give up a sure found it easy to upset the however concerning the sacrifice i* progressive.If I The vigorous 1ror. written'I
CtktvtQAt Meeticeno the doggone keen -analyst of people'I thing for a gamble?" Bureau despite an eleventh hour of Cecil Field auxiliary to other circumstances a many hundreds yea ago to I

- Nt .., wtwa I and he knows how to*work them I Of course. English wouldn't regard !'rug-Jerking incident which deceived the big Jax base. change of administration after describe what happens men i.
4" torn Mf.*. and to get results nut.of them." it-if he got into the race- : Sen. Reed of Kansas and Here the Texas influence had i 1918, with a consequent nosedive stop working and become slug
4esd It * I as more of a gamble 'than, say, boomeranged on the bureau. He t its play; When Sen. Connelly obtained I I of Texas influence-do not I gad describe exactly what h I
4- icthd In each narrowing down of the : daily life itself. : well may be counted upon to barge a White House pledge for : present themselves earlier. Old : in the m cote
i I into the Florida-Texas feud first I the salvage of Corpus Christi Time will overtake the where the
4 aS tar 1M obvious eliglbles for the big race * I Man m tue
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k4 liMo U the campaign for Governor, the I Tom Watson is doing 0 a tremendous on general principles, and second from its rightful place on the de- Florida-Texas feud-to the full honest toil, not t ic t
i** Saort tthi4Btia -DIp members of the Incumbent's CabInet 1 job of campaigning. There I II i because he has a grudge of his activation list. Florida bases an advantage of the Florida stations. sep like the ,
I that's : in the unproductive -
own--but another
.. story. I were In jeopardy. keep Corpus I .
e, .... If naturally are the first to. be 'i are those who will say that like eua. I
* business of
I' I CapItol
interim. on -
i Christi in commission Whiting In the no one
Fuller the .
Warren 'attorney '
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1." tIf'ia- polled.: general
I To the non-worker, the
The Florida-Texas suggest
'commonly' members votes feud with :Field at Milton. auxiliary to the Hill is rash enough to I w
Known as never stopped seeking
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Jacksonville and Pensacola vying ,Pensacola station. and Cecil Field that the Texas outfit is satisfied man of Proverbs predicted
: .. to of the Governor's Cabinet actually and maybe so. but he hardly with I The Texans "want as an armed man" wouldi _
Corpus Christi base for Federal ,at Jacksonville were placed on the with the status quo.
........ administrators I these days to eat and sleep. I
departmental
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... :'the six pauses funds has been brewing ever 'scales of Naval air strategic re- i behold Old Man Time striding i (come and that is precisely. the 1
.. .w c.J4. entirely Independent of Usually Watson moves in a
are : situation the lands stricken
'' I I : since Gov. Caldwell was a mem-.I quirements. The super-heavy con- I i along. too.'Associates | I
to Eetifeh him. swirl of DublidtT. but he- scent by war. .
-- ">>* sfeoub! bare these Unlike the Governor who may i i three recent days in St. Petersburg I i 1 .Even in countries like ou not 1
. not serve a successive term. the working so quietly he escaped you know I will not forget now fof Representatives and Army veteran of a Cabinet officer ;so seriously stricken by "arehave %

!....iMBrttyhe. of affecta.tft Cabinet officers almost without the notice of most local politi- sending you this telegram whichI spent two recent days hand- ,; have their fingers crossed againsta had ample demonstration of <

... tfriettjr ta be ens miming.meat exception are re-elected time and I; coes. He was there primarily to have so faithfully been sending shaking in the Capital county .of public blow-off of an office quarrel what hp when men stop I
: ........ *! honesty the again. Their vote too. is as important -I talk to key men of two Important you for the last three years. Many The State Railroad Commission ,ork. '
ftnlfht lines: that of the Governoron voting groups. ;! happy returns on your birthday. Leon and adjacentcounties.. v. : attempting to assess
....., .. aa u despite its name, has not
It lM10rltt 18 IMUIht. the boards through which Flor-
: ..t1 r tU..... ....." srteverk. Ida's: State government: functions. f many things but never the lack i iI i i "Jast. short line this lime .i the other*.aspirants may wear out safety Inspector. The 1947 Legis- ,one can point to what hpn I

0. I Just as four yean ago the I I of a sense of humor. I', because It U between elections. : both themselves and the public i lature provided the money for the ';steel when mills trains stop stop rg, when I'

.c. fl ." man out of pocket today in the ,. During his 1940 campaign for Many happy returns of your ,by premature electioneering I hire of a railroad inspector but when building pruc with
".1 ...e ..... concluded the I Cabinet Is State School Sup attorney general he promised to verr delectable birthday sea * the Cabinet refused to make the strikes and Jurisdiction
I fefctvt. Rieardlo Colin English. I remember with a greeting. if he I son." Cuff Notes: Sen. Coleman. Miami I dollars available to the commission i i, Such strikes and concs i

..auu lo a II'e&t de- II I won. each birthday anniversary of I long a potent figure in Dade I after the lawmakers went affect the things that
= ; Is a1: Miamian Mrs. W. D. Sigler. The rest were In a similar vein. loner ony
Atty. Gen. J. Tom Watson a I County politics tells friends he home. Should the Cabinet relent. but they I
"" w w candidate for Governor.: and the I II I Like a man. of course he forgot * I will announce in November his Sen. Charley E. Johns of Starke. invade the can v.ithout and I
very
V.. *... lltHnfl sited up I I rest of English's Cabinet colleagues ::until Mrs. Sigler reminded him. i' around Dan -McCarty much to hay the been relief getting of I retirement from the active arena. I an experienced railroader, has the safety, imperiling the liv 5k and II
atVr ... at the have said they want to continueIn Watson then was six or seven He was Sheriff for many years I i first refusal of the post . Another hamstringing the ,
:sIlI *t i: anniversaries behind but he I friends who feared he was delayIng I prior to taking the het.
*. I,", plaque I their present position. up part-time i Senator. Carl R Gray of Even the was
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,, .u a . 0MmtW1 lad ;: English has. bad a hankering to caught up at one sitting dictating too long the preliminary circling ,. office of Senator, and before that Panama City has been doing a once a luxury is now, fo masses '
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....,., of the State for his Gubernatorial
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j j I after telegram. Miami the business -
.. seeM poD 01 i run for Governor and almost did telegram was city manager. He is in "bang up good Job. reports Corn- of people essential in 1 l
:: M e so four Tears ago. Associates seem Ito i Back dated. Watson's 1944 campaign.The the real estate and mortgage busi- Wilbur C. King:, as motor: vehicle of life and earning a living. ''

e" ..-. I think there's less likelihood_ this j I I greeting read: j'j'I ;I'' young Fort Pierce citrus I 1 ness. Rep. R.B. Gautier likely will t inspector for the Railroad Com- j| Regardless of who Is to blame.I j I'

.w.. a at".. hue, hc'a1 J time but the biz man contents. !I I "MylastysarlnthIztermland r grower, speaker of the 1941 House 1 succeed Coleman as Senator . I mission 1:1 t.te Panama City area. I Uoughtbsevlde11tthtw






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A 1 I Boston Makes <\\I II Orlando, Florida, August 31, 1947 ir rjr fiunbag! &rnllnfl-&tar Page 5 I[Dodgers Quiet


1. i iauft> **** ft* M.,.. to r*c.Hmin this week this f pace will be
....... .paM>uti, Td 7. bums Wadsworth a member of the Sunday
..iw+a ....". M IM esmai4J Bid With 3-2 Americans Smash Aussie Hopes i Giant Home Run

It I* |>..ibleln the event Sanford is successful in !

M'''.'''',, Orlando's lead this weekend-that the decisiveq. -

q Mrrmlning the Florida State League's fourth Philsi IU. S. Netters Bats In 3-1 Tilt
Win Over
wret et occurred in Sanford Friday" night during a

4 laotintef between the Feds and St. Augustine. i I i
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fwd fc*. a tccrrleta duel for 10 and a half innings and the PHILADELPHIA [TAP] The Bos- BROOKLYN [API Ham Lawgettos -

... ... ..vM .tr* fuhung tooth and nail to dip a full game off ton Braves battling for second Win Easily In single with the bases Ml
V...... t*. aad a half game lead. in the last of the eighth beck up
in the National League J
place
t* Ilk. fcXUM half ef the 11th frame, with one away. Walt a tight pitching duel) between

Mrt*.t*. t*.. I. tot with tw* Kanford runners on base. : whipped the Philadelphia Phillies r x ; t ( Clyde King and Andy Haaea j*.-

fH t* ***** Pt th* cam bad b>en crammed full of brilliant : 3-2 yesterday as Red Barrett hurled Davis Cup terday and enabled the Dieui R
PlayFOREST Dodgers to make it two to % MW
.l.il.w11 tit. Rtt the. Wit few moment climaxed the struggle. t I four-hit ball in a game cut over the New York (tams. J-l.

t to eight things by rain. With the Giants ahead 1-9 alter

j, ...rttef t.. Wasted a But drive *rer ceeond base into centerfield I The win moved the Braves into A Ay.wee; ,, t HILLS N. Y. [API x x the second the Dodgers cwrti 4*

*.4 ffc*** 94 ..... on second base, immediately broke for home. a virtual tie with the St. Louis I The high hopes of.Australia Davis nothing with Hansen depts. Mi

... F...rk, tlkt Saint centerfielder raced in and made a Cardinals, with the Cards' grip on I Cuppers went smash again six bases on balls until the elf**
a '
i aMrasgt t* itch th* balL Pawlkk tumbled head over heels second their in yesterday and. the huge interna- za" ? it Then the middle finger of ht
dependent
on game
IJ ***<... down, then Jumped to his feet clutching the I I tional tennis trophy appeared to ytsY I' pitching hand bruised the t tattc
III IiBre1 t1Ad. Cincinnati last night. I be safely stowed away in the land before on Dixie Walker csa*
i Four of the runs, two by each i through the box. forced hug f.
.. thlr feuu&tt before th* stellar Saint fly-chaser had pullIt.a of its origin for at least another
.' tofptnf *ff a fianford rally. This time Base Umpire!I team came in the eighth inning year after the two Californians ,J retire after walking the kadattbatter.

terl.4 teat th* ban had been trapped and that Stanton'I after the Braves had jumped out Jack Kramer and Ted Schroeder, I Arty Vaughan who VM
in front in the fourth with battered their way to victory in batting for King
I'li! j one rrr"; the opening singles matches. .1 I Ken Trinkle took m attd
a ....... drUk to make, as Plate Umpire Allen Mobley j jM ran off Al Jarisirh. Phil Masi's Kramer opened the flood gates 1k after Eddie SUnky't wcrttk

-- -'" single sent Johnny IIopp home ........ ------ ...-... with a crushing 6-2. 6.1.6-2 win k R ; bunt and an infield sat walked

feet amtad th* catcher past the pitcher and out into I with tbat first run after the STAN HACK over curly-haired Dinny Pails the S Pete Reiser and Gene Hemaa
f! t heel Uttak h* could hare caught It. If he had. it ,j Australian champion and Schroe- ski to fill the bases Trial
t outfielder had walked
: Boston :, his 16th season.. ___ '
1 then threw two ball U Walker
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betti a gnat catch. A treat catch, Mobley said. 1 i der then came through with the ft ;
*|ssarh .... cal after the entuinc arguments and the players and moved up on Bama RowelTssacrifice. & second half of Uncle Sams famous and Mgr. Mel Ott ef the Gusts

t4 iMI UkM fc. IU4 f.Mkl IU IkIWtk and I. after thinking it over one-two punch as he I rushed Hooks lott to the me**.
I also in the eighthto Hack HonoredBut But lott completed the Job *f
Iiii welts Ot*#. *m dMt Uiak, be did. Masi trippled charged the net off and on for I
Bob Elliott with the walking Walker and leered I*
score
more than two hours and humbled
"IiI M .... M Ifcmk that If he had really caught the ball that .
I Braves' third run. EUiptt's single Jack Bromwich. 6-4,'5-7. 6-3. 64. I Vaughan with the tying ....
*t Mi %MrTf a es.* tat of a playoff berth he added. I i had counted Rowell with a single Cubs Lose The results thus were a duplicate I Boss Burt Shotton of th* Do4*
......, ..., Mil twanul, particularly when Pawlick is around. i for the other tally. Charley Gil- of the first day's play at 3s gers sent Lavagetto up to Mt far J

i_ I: bert's home run with Johnny Wy- Melbourne last December, when Johnny Jorgensen against the lf- 1-,
rostek on base gave the Phils their To Bucs 8-5 the American pair brought handed lott IoU countered with

.41, ss4 .JfWt tVtf, the Mft-ttwken Texan who dared step in two runs. The victory was Bar- back tbe cup after it had beenin Sheldon Jones a rlghthaatfer
I rett'' 11th of the CHICAGO [API The Pittsburgh the land down under for I Lava etto promptly' tnmfcNt
o fr.t4 M need, ttarta his second season as head man ofstf season seven -
ffcrtda. football department tomorrow. IOSTOIII (III I PHILADELPHIA (H). Pirates moved to within two games !, years. The only difference Jones' third Ditch for a keg g&m*.
Nrb aI Orb. I of sixth place yesterday by hum- ._ I
;i was that big Jake and the tire- -- winning single.
itffmnl setup this year: A different schedule more I RoItMI.rt 4 I 1 :!: .ILar-t. 4 1 J I'iRpprf ,
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bling the Chicago Cubs. 8 to 5. and
7 1 I I :W-.lb..rf 2i22 less Ted did it easier this time. Johnny Mize In quest ofRuths B.I"
........ tad ft toW of confidence from Gator fan I JO' ?
every --.n.1f 2 J 1 'IGi bet.N :31131EnMtl.3b : spoiling Chicago's celebration of
Kramer the greatest amateurin record of 60 ham rtih.i .
1 1 2 !I &.rf
T<**t a.lk ; 1 111 =. : : ( : : Stan Hack Day. The victory gave the world by far today simply FLIGHT OF THE SNOWBIRDS A small share of the record 150 i was stymied again in four trt" to
f.4 4... .. a nutshell. tbe fact still remains that the I' Mule :a 1 2 4 I'Randles.A :a 1 I IBJ.II Pittsburg a 13-6 season's edge over overwhelmed Pails. It was never a : the plate. He began the teased
_... ,
... ... .**. f.ese as state h.rUce .f linemen. I rIIIn.1I I":355 I J 1 XITarbanZb 2Uk! < I':a 1 1 4 I 1 the Cubs. contest from the moment Kramer snowbird-type sloops, piloted by boys and girls, that Jammedthe inning' with a single and eTBtu-"

..a .f ..wtfMoQ I Brut*) Williams. Jack White and Bill : Barren J' 1 I UJnrlsirkp 1. 1 I Chicago sparked on homers by I unlimbered his terrific all-court i starting line of the 12th annual sailing of the Flightof Tally scored the lone Giant rte.I .

... W.tT* already weak line roster and last Spring's -----i aJibUi -15,55---- Paul Erickson and Bill Nicholson -j game. Pails scored only nine the Snowbirds at Newport Beach, Cal A craft skippered 1 Singles by Cooper and BJly fUc-
E.. ..... *. bunM th* spittle to any noticeable degree aroundtawt i Total_ .1* tl M T-Ul. 27 2 *SI 1I took a 4-2 leaden the fourth placements in the entire match, I by Gil Kroemer 16 of Placentia Cal :I ney enabled Mize to mil tK*
nit Pittsburgh
inning came
.. .1M.. ____110. 1"I U-3 I and it was mercifully over after I plate. His homer total sun Aandc
I nil.delp'de--_-..--_ _ 1M "1 i t:!-! .with four in the fifth and was only 52 minutes. : I at 44, three games ahead of RutM
Erne: :Nona. Ran batted ,.: Mitt 2. EI1M never headed thereafter.The i Schroeder. to the of the
M.. p nik., ,... II* *M>baUed thli last Spring when he point- I. GUhett. TwkaM UK: Barmt. ".an..... Pirates started Erickson's I surprise par'NEW ,
I made of Monday in YOU N) 1/RS.NLYS ,1ft
experts, easier work I II Derby Day Kentucky
t l n..... vat tUU building and that he couldn't Thm-bar kll<: Mast Uoln ken: Bmrrll 2. I ebrb .t Nrl .
be expected H-y nil riltvtt. flat'rifk'ft: Juri.",.. Konll. downfall in the fifth with a walk !I Bromwich than he did eight II GnrlIart.cf 4 1 1 1 ......., pe 1.1 .
a .ylel4bg team this If'uon-bu he did drop a few idle rallcr Itaahl plan: LiPnlMa. Trrkaa aMLakcvaa. and three singles by Culley Rikard I months aeo when the Aussie star i I Eerr..- 4 1 1 1 51t.lYeraw 1 t. I
-: .a. *. thetas would no longer be the doormat of the 5. Bu. en Left bang an: Barmt kam: JIottmt J: JarUkh*: Duladrlpitia S. 8lnka- Frank Gustine and Ralph Kiner carried him the limit of five'sets. It Will Be for Plug Horses MirbsUtf 4 1 I Marred. II. ..
fiA.11I 4 1 I I CRie. N.1t I I s t I ICooper.
set.: Banal I. Juritlrk L raipun: Mamkwik. for two A to BUL : .
"'fff1Vf good runs. long fly Except for the second set. Ted << .f 4. 2 1 "...... 255 .
.d. few I, .Smart. and BtIIIiM. TiM: 1.1. AttaBdaac Bill Cox and a double steal by Ki the impression all the 1 Grdn.lr 4 t 1 1 11.gei.. less 1
_. +1 tti ab t chums in the schedule easing up on the : 43IS.i gave way I Ky. [AP] Begging Col. Matt Winn a .I..D 1 1 I S I4LM./411a1. I I .
$ I fig tw t** It4l card. !I I ner and Elbie Fletcher accountedfor that he was playing within him- j) thousand but IAIIrbSIt I' 11a' .sr.... 1 . SB.ew. .
Women the other two Pirate markers. self and would win any point. or : pardons, Monday is Derby Day in Kentucky I" 1 B1". I I S I
tlaM Oaiitmtil
at now U the return of Wolf's comet i i, Grapplers II. Trtekb11 t 1 2I1DIoI.. I t SIit.p
In addition to several seasoned Elbie Fletcher accounted for his half-dozen points that he deemednecessary. ,: Plughorse'Derby Day if you please, and the sponsors say 1 l 1 "."...his . I. aJar.
replace- ]I i On Card first homer of the season in lead- ( Col. Winn can keep his mint juleps and rose wreaths . ... 1 1 rt4ita ails e
aahfl4. ISS-pound former Andrew Jackson ace Tuesday ,! ing Pittsburgh's 12-hit assault on Bromwich scored only one serv- ', and his $100,000 1 J-. ; -I ; a
aa all-around performer purse. TnUlf U Htll 1Mi M.
I I t The biggest wrestling show ever three Chicago pitchers. Ernie ice ace in the entire match. I\ KSOOKLTX lat4Slara&awiD.d _
Fs a4.. .*.*. Bl*>a. Claipar >'arrar.. Hal Griffin and Billy i i. in Orlando featuring two female Bonham, who held the Cubs to Mostly he lust PUt the ball in Maybe it shouldnt happen Inthe far Ktoc to M.5fW .
t* *** U.% |. ..... i blue grass, the foaling and Tart --------- .....
This
pJfelOcfM can afford to smile a :tussles and three men's bouts is I seven hits in the first six innings play. glaring handicap, coupled ; burying ground of I B eta .....
so many great
55 E b.1M
scheduled for Tuesday by AmVet I was the winner. : with his complete inablLty Hagood Races =; Besbt a.r =
.. Mthl. ..* .', cwt 111* the DOM man says: I Post 13 at Legion Arena at 8:30: Hack, the Cubs' old nun with : for long stages to keep Schroeder thoroughbreds.But somebody started it three 11'ont 1r re:Larattn" &Db.* 1 I-...T'se1ei. 141. ../
tM13t mxfo M ur but there U plenty to do around be p.m. a kid grin,. received a score of away from the net made his J JI and i Mia; Kerr Bicnar aa. Ma 1411b _
Evelyn Wall will meet Lola Hart i gifts from fans, plus a $3,500 cause hopeless. years ago it has been growing At Decatur Bo iiia. Lad aai kaaattrm Bw I *
I I in popularity with each re- i T Sana a* Wn. are 1. *a* I fia Jkl
Cadillac and Five from the end Ted
; in one "weaker" sex skirmish and sedan a $1,000 games 1. Etrtkaoatt KISS 1 Vanaa* t era 1/1I
.1 I Vivian Vionne and Nel Stewart I television set. smashed one away at tbe net newal. Approximately 20.000 per- DECATUR Ala. API Bob Meyer Ranaa .. T __. TnaM* a I t .... .
Relief' .
Hurling Gives i sons are expected to see this year's i1Jr.a11.12.Ci. t iii' .aM > .
I The 16-season veteran, of with particular gusto and
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tangle in the second. one show of Kansas City Kans., virtually "'- .. pI_ &1" ..... 9_
I Headlining the male battles is the most popular players in the sprang a painful cramp in his I'big swept the boards here yesterday in t'.phee: B.bb. ..... w Itkan ,.. 11'
the Rollend Kirchmeyer and hood-i game, received the gift in ceremonies -i racket hand. He went around E\ Rere's what the Pingborse the North Alabama circuit outboard att.dere' 3511 nil,
YMtks 6-5 Nod Over Nationals ed Mr. X brawL In preliminary' at home plate. i shaking the member between Derby is, according to the most motorboat races; winning ---

grappling. Dick Bishop takes on Hack, who is only half-dozen I points and appeared very unhappy I reliable touts and tipsheet seven out of the eight heats. National Cycle Race

... YORK+ APJ Joe Page, the ace relief pitcher of i Tommy Todd and George Roma-I !games short of matching the Na- I i j but it did not affect his | salesmen: t Only Mabry Edwards. Jacksonville Set for Langhornc

y..._ V.".*... racked up his 13th victory when noff, Bill Steddlum. _ _ t tI t tional League endurance record of j 1 I. game markedly.: A day's racing card is drawn up Fla.. the pre-race favorite 4
"' Loll leaders defeated 1,941 games at third base byPittsburgh's !!, Schroeder expressed confidence ) just like they do it at Saratogaand i was able to check Meyer as the LANGHORNE. Pa.
| a the Washington Na- Pie Travnor said be-! that the effects of the cramp Belmont and Santa Anita. Floridian won the first heat of five motorcyclist ...tAP1i:

$1 r fore the ceremony that he would I: would not bother him in today's I But the horses are plugs insteadof class B.Yesterday's. time trials yesterday

........r I single off Tom Ferrick. after George try to play another season "if Icpn" 'doubles match, in which he and thoroughbreds, and the only event was the open- Mile National UoMrcyri a.w-
Y. -- - Kramer were scheduled to meet i of pionshlp which win b* haM. ....
aRleit 1IIftrtth1 I reason they are not pulling a plowis ing chapter a triple header. The
glue d.cId.u ;r PITTSBURGH INI. CHICAGO 1143abrb .' I Bromwich and Colin Long. It appeared ', because it is a Plughorse Derby caravan moves on to Florence for at the LanshorB f* < *
... ..... ;Umatilla Apopka I RiUHtf 4 1 I I rl 1 Sri'Hark.3 .brb J" 1 .1 JJIU. I last night that the two''' and the plowing can wait till the Muscle Shoals event today and Johnny Speigtefeoff af HH.
I I I'l...,... toe the . I lIOtiDfo.31I 4 I I 1 "W.ifk..11I S 1 r 1 required third and won last after nuMtolMf'
point today
..M 1aaJq Renew Series Today ttlMl'.1f 4 J 1 I IPifkurf 45121Pena. the races in the case of the ville with the regional trials. year a
X t1m first MICe S 1 1 1 ileanrntad 4 I I a IF'Ltrh.r.lb relegate Monday's concluding: singles '> losers. Tommy Hagood of Orlando, Fla. mile record in th* ton tmfc tip
< 4 I 1111 IlI'irllrtl"1l.rt 4 I J 3/ matches to the exhibition spinning the mile din oJ *< M H
Well the of six placed second in the Class A first
'SIPiot '
The I
to Sunday! Sentinel-Star] 1Ild1lTtll.n I 1 I 4:Vrf'IIl1III.fI: I 12 /1 I winners races
tt4ptMt. ; UMATILLA -' Rained out in Elmts.e. : : : : ;:;=.n 4 1 1 4 2R tent. I get together in the day's big finale heat and fifth in the second heat. miles an hour. .
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which U the
their attempt to play the second I. . III1A.w'.re I. . 1 Plughorse Derby -
'f { tarn of the final series in the B.,... 1 l I fKrtrtoraip 21151 'Coaches Pick UCLA I itself and the five slowest first heat of the Class B event and
lI a, t Lake-Orange League Shaughnessy IKwhp Rae 4 ': horses lose just like the fastest fourth in the second heat. fOR DtfiWDAIif
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41 tit. hub playoffs hue last Wednesday the "I'RirknttcDallraidro I .15111IRrwwl.p 5111 As Tops on Pacific horse wins in Thoroughbred races. v RADIO SERVICE

r '\ local nine and Apopka will again -:1 .11. I.! ITaal. I SEATTLE [AP) When the I The winners get $100 and up Howard Post '!
'" try it today at 3:30 pjn. on the sr si:mi TnitiiFllM IS S 52111 tumult and the' shouting dies in In'prize money and genuine tin CALL
=e Held here. *vt for Knh U (tlkk December the Bruins of U.CLA. I 1 loving cups. And of course there SAN FRANCISCO tAPl Bill
s -strut* Mt fnr Junm' 4n ttk.* I Howard, who resigned recently ASSOCIATED 53NsIJi5.Z1OUOFh
will be are pari-mutuel tickets for i as
Cmatilla. fourth place finisher Wilkrt fur Borowy 1. fib.Sror I wearing their second crown people '
in the regular season play, holds a fej Imtafintt : of football roses, the University of i to tear up. just like they do assistant football coach at the
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lP4t t> rjfc III UI 2- University of San Francisco yesterday -
one game margin in the series Ckwam __ __ IIn 2'It. "'1-5 California will have the second I it at Saratoga and Belmont and I
and will bank their hopes of making Fmrt. : \.ir... Enna Inttnl I.: F1 1Hwr best team in the Pacific Coast J!I Santa Anita. was named general man-
par It two In a row upon Bob Max- tuna. Kliw 1 ('.... Rowll X. Blnwlwnrtli. Conference and the University cf The derby is run over the Lexington : ager and advisory coach of the ;

n.,--_ .- wtlls pitching today. Apopka, _*. MrTvlImrli.hits: Cm. MrMtrai McCnltawh" !.J.Wilikm.e........r..1 I Washington will be in third place, I'1,I Trotting Track reputedly San Francisco Clippers, Pacific
fIlM ,... POMMSOT of third place at the end Sl",_ Boo* ram: Ffevlwr Eridtun [' heading ,the Northern division. the fastest dirt mile in the world, I Coast Professional Football League
pea Stile' bun: Kinvr: Fi< t '
of the Or the coaches I II but the plug people make
1I11' 1tab ttt year win have both Jim : Hark. Sn.Tm and Waitfew: MrCnUnnfh I I I so say. I no men- I
.... a rrt sa the Uahaf f ey and Ted Brooklyn ready and. Jorttt: (', Btoodvortk and ri.trt T. ln i I Veteran Sports Writer George tion of speed in their advertising. the Clippers last year and will rntul N
for mound 01 bun: FttMmck It: Chlcaav .. BUM w ': Varnell of The Times rounded Charity will net $20.000 team up with Halfback Vic Ramus t 111a
duty with the latter or more
.. 'up /
... t aete ID lzFs h.D: &n1I>n I. Biala J. ErkK 2. K""k S :, who had been
previously
.. .bY Yeraeeypsi. probably getting the: nod. Rams L !Htnktmti ..ma. 4. Hill. 1ErkkM the mentors' votes yesterday and I from the independent organization designated / .Ml II
L Kutk 1. Borntr L Hill: aTT Banta.I i found that seven picked the University i: that promotes the derby on a as head mentor.
niIn9cI aIwa 1. I bmlna (Bom ant ..... rrllmd la Ttk: i :
.4 IN tI.t Rubs. 2Y22.2R.* 1.1-2Erkk.-IIs4 :, of California at Los Angeles strictly non-profit basis. That
quo sP
..... lit ...anM. Relic Coasts To I i lim. ant,la 5tk: Kush t ta I, Borwr. J la 2.Wledpt .. to defend its conference aint hay. Not even to a plug- PROFESSIONAL
|' tuber: Brathaa: Bunt pltrkvr: Erhk'am.
N. f.., .., .. raplm: : BUT and Conla Tim*: ::13. : championship this year and return horse.
. / 11t-; : : : : Saratoga Victory II I to the Rose BowL 1
.-gi.'is-s t It' I: DEFENSE SUCCESSFUL i i I' Heat waves bring on an in- AUTO RACES
1 e i e SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y. HAMILTON Bermuda [AP CERVI INKS UP crease in the death rate of a com-
t. . (API Relic two-year-old son of The New York Athletic Club successfully i ROCHESTER. N. Y. [API Al munity from sunstroke heat I
.t'' ,. : .. .. t., .. War Relic easily won the Hopeful I defended its Bermuda Cervi, leading scorer of the Na- prostration, and other causes. : LABOR SEPT 1ST TRIALS I P.M.
:ft. 1" . . mterday as the highly regarded Mid-Ocean Water Polo Championship tional Basketball League last season I
.t/ti .. .. .. ., Better Self finished fifth in a field I Friday night by defeating the Friday signed his 1947 con- DAY RACES 2:30:
I ICISS of alx. Bermuda Athletic Assn.'s team, tract with the Rochester Royals
PARK SPEEDWAYU.
Relic owned by the Circle Mi 104. The New Yorkers led 5-4 I, two-time champions of 'the pro SEMINOLE
j II"' ;i Ranch did the six and a half furlongs at half-time. circuit.
cage S. RT. 9Z-8 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO
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in 1:17 2-5 to return $22.80. 1-- - -- _'0 _
fil. 110 M and $4.40 across the board.. I GEN. | UNDER *JJrGRAND(
$ .s SOe
ltt Whirling Fox was second and ADM. 1ZYRS.3* STANDs

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,. I, .***. .. ciiri:,Author JOHN end ALDEN creator KNIGHT of SOLUNAR TABLES 4\ Tommy Hyde 1 {t ft 5tntinrl-s.tar' ORLANDO FLORIDA 1'[Saints Blast

t 4 TIn: tORE I SEE OF FISHING AND SHOOTING, 1tnIZII! PAGE 6 AUGUST 31, 1947TRIPLE Saints Cop Pennant Myril HOi

; mote firm is my conviction that these are leisurely I ,

M..rt*. To hurry while indulging in them not only robS :
| Sanford ,Sweeps Mound Bat Honors :
S Solons
Hurls
HopesIn
';1 tfctm of some of their charm but tends also to reduce somewhat I: J

i four chances for success. Special! to The Sunday Sentme.$*01,., 1

Tkfct fcua fUhlng for in- SILVER SPRINGS-With the St. Aufuataw .... '

Uftr*. When the ban plug TABLES To 10-4 VictoryOrlando's 5-3 Tussle pennant winners and Mgr. Myril Hoag of Cafe.1" :1:

fri* tfttroduettf. aU available JOIUNAR -c the league batting and pitching champion, DM CIlIa I
.
..... tV .Unc with the use of Florida State League winds its ..
According to the Solunar Senators clinched !'Special to the Sunday SentineJ-Stcr] up eighth linna .f s,.

p11s r* &tk>twd the user against tables calculated for this area fourth place In the Florida State ,, ST AUGUSTINE: The 1947 with Labor. Day tilts .that._may be of interest tnto) to ':.'

., ...... the phit to be motionless of the State. the best times League standings and the final I r"t t. _[L55 Florida State League champion St. ana ciuo oinciais at Gainesville ._ ;1j:

it lay tin*. Wan the retrieve for banting and fishing will berth in the Shaughnessy Playoffs T4, Augustine Saints walloped San- DeLand. Orlando and Sanford. 1 the league's ..Iy $4

.feat Uw plus U UH In the air- be as follows with Major when the trounced the hard-hIt- ,- Tbi ford. 5-3 here last night and with The Saints copped their third and he was ___-Ie 'JI:

t&al to what they told you. Keep periods Indicating the best ting Palatka! Azaleas by a 10-41, S ______ it went the Feds' hopes to beat I flag Orlando by splitting Thursday a doublebill night. with 22 so that tit .... ... .--
time and Minor periods the II at Tinker Field Orlando out for fourth place in
last
night :
score
pride the
to fact .
si v...
H M*tei. doot let it stop. The The Red-Hats from DeLandare
best hours S chase and thereby a1
next the
: I. flag
I before 998 cash customers. S. 1946 he twd ..
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a . .
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MtertJ mutt of such advice was A. M. P. 1\1. Left-handed Tommy Hyde a1| place in the post-season Shaugh running for second place losing 22 .
IHtatt. ta .. .
1&.U ft boat mot ed about a bass Day Min. Maj. MIlL Maj. II surprise starter. bell-weathered an1 i : nessy playoffs. : largely chance because of being it host means to the the versed hiraattf aod *. m, -

iaa" at a fairly rapid rate.. Sunday 5:50: .. 6:15 12:20 P' early Palatka attack to notch his I Orlando in the meantime. was thrid place club in the opening haps 23 if Ho* 'IM MB
Mon. 6.30 12:40: 6:55: 1:00 I 20th decision of the year against 1 trouncing Palatka, 10-4 at Or- : twice before ISUdIuIIM
P1tasW17. one of the tneviTue. 1:20 7:35 1:40<< II; and possibly closing game of
7:10
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11 defeats. lando to clinch the fourth place : St.
AupJM.. .
the first semi-final ....
Lliu.s ef casting is the 8:15 2:20 : Shanghnessy
plug Wed. 7:50 2:00 : Orlando's win, coupled with position.
Sanford
8:30 2:40 8:50: 3:00 Sanford's 5-3 defeat at the hands I I play-off series.Sanford's won fHe wrt
f fewiiv Xa my entire angling ae- Thurs. : drive for fourth place for the week e* H.c M .Y
J MataaeIbavsD.otmetami.n Fit 9:15: 3:25 9.40: 3:45 II of St. Augustine gave the Sena- I''t
had Thursday. Orisisde '
virtually
bogged for at mid-
Sat. 10:00: 4:10 10:25 4:35 tors a two and a half game lead Miami Victory
I ... 6ma1 have a backlash once 5:00 11:15 5:30 left S. night Thursday the Feds were I nine, while'Galae,,*,'
10:55 : with only two to play
Sun. : games .
.. .
faced with having to win their a split of six: . ...
to ah8 EnD the exhibition Major Soluiur iwrioa, Ixtin IV* I -both against Sanford.Quarter I
hour m duration. : w" i ; . :' Would Jumble final four scheduled games. while won four eat .{ .....
: :
.****. at the New York Sports1'k ty,.. MinOl
M** Show e U1 backlash everyried.*, "hortor hour light typo. I -S., assure itself of fourth place. tona could win HI .. .. 1f

aM aod then. True their back- Horses L; ., ;., J I FIL Playoffs I Hoag's lead as batting. champion -I eight

bufee* are minor affairs but they have them. In the early days of I tSct ,. k was 32 points better than DeLand Is the b.II .

tan. tart*trig, backlashes often assumed' serious proportions., While ; .- ; ,( t ;;. TAMPA Fla. lAP] If the Miami that of Al Pirtle of Palatka. his and is second ta ...3
Tourists capture fourth placein 'I only and nearest regular season while the Saints wn,
remained
tfee" Wrd nest" mere being unraveled surface plugs often : Set for Two-Day L" LI I the Florida InternationalLeague rival. Hoag was hitting .344, just I I batting and tops ta flilrltai

ftoatmf quietly on the water for minutes at a time. Anglers began to I pennant race plans for I one point more than the .343 that)I All league indinitaal tmwmm

Ii ,mils that these stationary plugs were taken by bass all too often tot : .4 I the Shaughnessy playoffs win won him the 1946 batting crown. records had withatoe tilt atnil
unusual accidents. Gradually the tempo I e- - --- ''''i'X', >-. I He is the first player in league ofthe1947p1ayer&sadmargin Z
I tfuWltr each happenings as have to be changed. Judge Wayne I a *

tC Btssf caiUng began to slow down. Palatka Allen league president said here I history to win two titles as batting Only possible racnN ifil
! $ II Program PLAY: Oliver McGrain, 14; Charles Browne, 15, and yesterday. champIon. and the first to win top might be broken or Unl .to ta IS

I : T4r plug casting U a leisurely piece of business-at least it I II Robert Wolford, 16, left to right, measure a 40-inch, 13 pound Under tentative plan the club honors as a batter and a pitcher. home run divttkM Bo* TlMMt li
with three lines shoe and tackle Hoag had won 17 games and' Gainesville had II and ;....... _
i muskellunge they caught a
I UrtmM be. Many anglers allow their top-water plugs to rest quietly : [Scecid to The Sunday Sentinel! -S 3 ) capturing the league pennant will lost but three as of midnight 1 more for a tie
t of sort is box afte'r'a 45-minute battle The taken from be given the choice of opening :
i ea tiw' tttrfar after they are cast. Often no motion any I PALATKA-A 12-event two-I .big one was Thursday when official averages Unusual league' II .

f to*$rtd t. the plug until the angler has counted up to 10. 15 or 20. : day card of quarter horse races' the lagoon at Scott Fountain, Belle Isle, the park in the center the first playoff series at home or were issued at league headquartershere. fact that on the eve d ......
with the fourth
the road
, T.... the plug .is agitated slightly and once more allowed to rest J I featuring three special matched j S oftheDetroitRiver.Hamilton I on club the judge explained. place I He was topped only by night, not over fire .. .. ....
Bass fishermen learning that haste makes events between the top-ranking ]I rookie Ralph Perez of DeLand who scored 100 .
ouo.u for awhile. are. i Under the league constitutionthe j I or more i ....
.sMi on ft .bus lake. horses in the State gets underway had won five without a defeat. the year and not ... ...
first: and second place clubs
Palatka
here in the annual
today :
f P.f..* the a'nnt.f World War II. used to spend a couple of Labor Day Quarter,Horse meet. Oliver Hold I open at home with a two-game George Fultz of Gainesville. was I have driven in owe Ml i v-.

..*fc* each 118IBIIIn fishing with a camp owner in northern Vermont '. Twelve elimination races will be series against the fourth and third J", .L

i (MSI .fsp1fnrdt.useaf1yrodforbasssoweCaStbaSSbUrSsM staged today starting at 2 pjn.. place clubs. After two games the OFFICIAL FLORIDA STATE LUlU AVERAGES FOR WEEK E*MkCtek it

.g Ike sltereUnes ef his favorite.Vermont lakes and had a grand and championship races will be scene shifts and the next three .
I .tlial' A" R H a 5" Mr Mit lb Sb Nb NWDeLsn4
.4_ .. It.4a.buS. staged tomorrow. Lead in Western !games are played in the cities that Ill .Wll 711 KIT U1 4i 21.. 135 0St

ca ttog is definitely a two-handed Job-one hand on the TodaY'lfI"matcb" races pits Booger Halfway finished third and fourth or untila Amu*.__127 112 43514JI1
14 sad IM othfr handling the slack line. Being inherently lazy and: Red !Mark Bntt's speedster team has won three out of fir* 137 m 1144 UI 47 2 t II W III .
from Winter Garden against games. Panted ....i11 417 6M I&&lMT Jrl n I 142 144 III D .
... vtdunf to reel ia 60 or 70 feet of line I had adopted the dubious Pay Streak owned by Jack Carlton SALT LAKE CITY [AP] Bob Hamilton and Ed "Porky" i i! The two finalists will battle it Orlando _134 Kll 1113 W Tt J1 n J" Y I!. I t;:

: esf&rst ef lightinc a clgaret immediately after a bug had been cast.1: t I ,of Wanchula, over a 410- : Oliver, turned on the steam yesterday to burst ahead of the' out for the international cup In a Falatka ___11 IIILMiborf un 181cn sir 1m IMI In 11. S1 4. .II UI 11 JIll 111 iii IN .. ;;

I ; | ve kl lay my rod in front of me in the boat and light up while the yard course. field at the halfway mark in the $12,500 72-hole Western II I four-out-of-seven series. Club Stndaja A W L Pet III CM Pf.Wl. p. A' "

+ fettt. ami the fully extended line lay motionless on the water. It saved Twenty Five a mare owned by I Open Golf Tournament. I I I I i. Havana. Tampa and Miami Pt. AnmtlMRaiactrUl* --==.112 112 n T7 i 5T* :.127 HJ _S St.BLsnd ujusHss_=-= IllS 1514 = :I

: M .f trouble that w.,. T. J. Durrance Jr.. of Brighton.)' l Beach have won the first three rwLand .114 TT ST S-l S IIADfard _MIl $55 US .f

I win meet Dusty Bailey owned by ,j 1 The 31-year-old Hamilton, former National PGA !I I places in the l league's pennant Orlando RanfordPalttkt 134 111 I I** 14 IS .M'.521 15'4 13 OrIsni.tMaw. ,--JIlt_MU _iSV m. .UN..

t ....t., what bass often. do to a stationary lore my friend can- Harry Westbury, Palatka in a.i champion was shooting with Ice-<_ -i ii 'I race. Fourth place is now a battle / 133 II 72 'U :I'5 CsIaeseHIS _MIl MIl US 35l.ieitsri
! After three able bass had I iMiwk 220-yard race.'Monday mastered the canyon-cut Salt i round of the tournament. This between Miami. St. Petersburg _131 52 :1 .UT IIIIt FaI.tu __ .. 1ftt .. UN N
f tlNMl. agaInst such hazardous procedure. i
sae 137 41 H JZ1 2331 .. .
I Dayton 5Pftba..CJjvb
a ataUonary bug and escaped unhooked he took a pencil stub R. D. Keene will match ; cold consistency yesterday as he was good enough with his initial and West Palm Beach with Miami ,DutGDIIII IHBIVIOV. _! l _II*._.._4Priayof .
the seat of the boat. It I his popular Lucky Bob against : Lake City Country Club course I 71, to shove him into a second- holding the present advantage. ---w L lb It 'dL .CM S *k ftRao *. M
tnm kit pocket and did some figuring on .. .*. Dayton 441 a ** i
Baby Sis owned by Westbury in with a seven-under-par 65, equal- place tie with Chick Harbert at Pww. DelaIId 15 I 5 411Cm'Sm's.
; *eaflw eut trus way. 'I Gata.anIIII 11 IT J IT 111 ..535Tount GHu. Dayton B. r tr Igoes. J 1
a 440-yard duel with a $1.000 at Ing the best 18-hole performanceof 136. iju
lasSoS %4:' J' 4 IT Sf ..101ns. OlorrtMAioa t* sir MM C
CMtiflf a beg at the tempo of twice to the minute meant that i stake. the meeting. I John Palmer who shot 67 Lissbani 1. :I I It 11 ..155IIn0 *. DUd a* n m : CIrelno.
a
1M tines la three hours. All but five of those casts I : Det&nd 4 2 I 1. 11 ..735B.m'ats Dtland t* W I 3 C
... ft Today's events call for four elimination Added to his 69 in Friday'sfirst Friday to tie for the firstroundlead : IL AliiII 11 I JI It .n Bardon. PaUad MBitCamn I I
I Me t*.* fIshed eat according to plan. The result of all this casting races for 220 yards four round, this gave him 134 with Ed Furgol and Al Smith Lam];. IMtINrI I I Z 31 42 ..714511Mm' PaI.ki12 H WPlrtlo. U S
i ...t H strikes strike to IS casts. Offsetting this eliminations for 440 yards as wellas i .nford' SI. IT 17 JIIIJ ..70101dIn Palatk 1SI US U IHBavU. I
vae a .r one every and a first-place tie with Oliver slumped to a 70 yesterday for a DeIand IS T I 2 I 5f .:" ... Orto** 411 aM M oat 5 N
i ... H* fact that three bass had struck a stationary bug out of the two eliminations for maidens at who went around yesterday in 137 total which left him tied' k'tdMlr. 51. Ave, nIl. 51 55 ..512P5111. Teia. n-Land 'IH. US U1 : N5i'fHIa1616dU114

He .**.. ...*.. for one reason or another the cast had been allowed 220 yards. 66 and missed the leadershiponly with Clayton Heafner and Lloyd GaiI'tlTill.lit. 34 30 10 13 J'1 UT 55 131 74 ...577Banli. .5775sllnL Pal4* lit *54 *kTwat. fDricin S S I
'q.
\ will include John I
.. tftl. tleatm. ea the water for a space of 15 seconds or so. Judges because of trouble on the Mangrum.Sam Ortand' 11 4 2 JI SI .flT . fanfart JT N II N I

Otneusly. had been fishing too fast so we cut down our rate Clardy Walter Ocala Rufus St.Stratton 18th hole which has bothered Snead was in eighth place Bail.... DL.I,4 S'I J J J U II 4 r ...1167KMt. .341Cobel' lady rhtor..St.DeLaal An. IN M m IH IT m B** .
and Moller Augustine
DL "" 1
I to about we can per minute. On each cast the bug would be allowed him all week. with a 138 total. At 139. besides GalflDe1 5 5 TI 51 ...uJ. Him.. \It. .,..... U ft u UTb 1tt
Chief Dodson and Willard ., 1, SHBotrorr U PI t
bitd. Pal fit
4* 11 11 Ml 241 W
Close n-Laid
I the surface until the rings had widened to aIfcmtter behind these two seasoned Furgol. were Jimmy Demaret. Para. Day 1ST W N 14WdtU. .
t* rest quietly on i Andrews Jacksonville and Her- I I Hide. Orlando r II 11 117 113 13Drlutn
- I campaigners came William Kornsof John Bulla. Dr. Cary Middlecoff II 12 M IM 111 DXond ill Ml vT WUk
M
PaUika .
!: ef about 10 feet. Then it would be retrieved slowly and quite i man Turner, Sarasota. frd HUM N I.J
.salt Lake City a 25.year..oldamateur and National Open. ChampionLew Major Orlando 2* 14 11 71 H J81 I :
erratically. Not only did we cut down on effort; we stepped'up pro I The races are being staged under Rotuino, St Aaf. II 11 I 15 lIS .**1AlwDcUM ... OrL IM Ml M I
with the other 65 '...
I the cooperative sponsorship of only Worsham. i 4* 13 I* 111 If'fi1' 8:f kart> Ill IIS U UWort. I I
tferuon considerably. .
PalGn nUl' II 1ST .!itS Dayton* IT4 U fR I C
I the Florida Quarter Running : Char Gaddi Dajton II I T M 12S 3MGtadi. 'nnor. Labf M 10ma 54 N S
Horse Association and the Putnam 1 I Falatka 11 S I M 7* MI HA4M III ** Tt MD I I
T!.. was (twhen I was young .and had more energy than good Associa Blanks Athletics I Joe*. Orlando W H 11 HI Jit .iff I ffloaa. PL ** 99Wtrr. N
County Running Horse Hughson
; miles of 11 1: 11 11* 14 .31Kaipliski tal IH SI* : IN t
...... when I used to think nothing of fishing three or four tion. I Ztdalia Orlado. W. Aif. 17 I I 51 71 JM RorkF. O.IB ItT H4 IM

teat rtver at a clip. New I confine my activities pretty much to oneS I Today' procram with owners of en- Pelvu.stug.: 8 S S 21 21 w*lMcCawMO I IItfblllNWI !. US TI HI I
net ft time Instead of racing down river, casting only to the more tries shewn la parenttucu: I With "...red 1 I 1 I 2.J11t Ai'nss. St. A IN US IfCtrriM. = '
Four
I First rice. 2 pjn match race. 220 : Hits Bosox Win/ 2-0 "'.11a. SaUorf at 11 11 31 111 41 *rl IK **1 M
_ .. Ittely spots I fish one good pool slowly and carefully I catch just yards: Twenty-Five (T. J. Durrance) and I ; Seine 8C Aof. 14 I I M W .* 7OCallbtJ. )e.Pelssf', 114 .fIN 1 'I

I fctottt as many bass as I used to and I save a great deal of effort and !Dusty Second Bailey race.(Harry first Westbury elimination). 220 BOSTON [AP] Pitching with the finesse that made him I ; I Grill.* IS 21 11 II H 12 III W 133 54 -.45S.435Biun. ..Thor.....*.. Pitsiks 8rt. INNS.n. N Mt'Zooa. U 53.

,yards Clet Boy (Aaron Story). FannIe I 1* 1" H .444 f"..Hrd > MB N Mnark.
*eTUe@. And. by taking time observe what goes on about me I : ; a Buss Galawtlll 11 .
f Q (.1, L. OlissonK Scooter Mark Conely) 20-game winner last season Tex Hughson yesterday Lake. .Sanford. 11" 5 1* 17.431 "A Dav U M SB) 5 f
.... a much better time than I used to. I and Dusty (Red Coll nst. *aIVI, n 1* IS 14 .4 ..4iSI T-,,". Plrka M US U NP055. .
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season as Boston ill US U UIRldr
I Third raceecond elimination. 220 I I US H .411 ILL
: i ftttt right down to it pool in bass river : Morton. PaLlDU 24
pee eerae one a or one U
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t yards: Texas Rose (.1. L Roberto. Johnny Sox blanked the Philadelphia Athletics 2-0. I Tk-boid. Pal-It. A14 1* M 33 IM .417 >y. LMC. 10545 : VB : I
i....... ef a lake b.lds just about as many- bass as another. By A. (Aaron Story Harmony Joe (Rot .: Lmm. P.U.U. 21 1 12 71 42 .4*. I: Hart. M 0153 U S
; : imetaf track of the Solnnar Periods, I know about where to find the I It Brownmt) and Pop Eye (CecU Covart), Tex cave UD onlv four sin les to. the' A'!;. nine of whom.. BodliM. Dajtou t S 11 :2* .4Daria. .. |CV.WL. D UW 1S4 T mKnwkt. I N
Fourth race third elimination. 220 0--- -- -- -- ----- -- 11 IMawda 5 24 :1 :.1 it. A tssm at 1 53rlhvtt.
fMi ...! el the time. During Solunar Periods I fish the shorelines : yards: Champ Id Webb).' Adios (Joe ; went down on stnkes.- The tall< ; ------I I .anOrt DwU-f 24 I 11 JI n .au I I 1 I Day 111 n MSBrMo I 0
t Priest), Duchess (RusseU Farmer) and 71 1-' .%31'I "#-* ISI Ski H IS* ,
I righthander didn't issue a single I Day 33 I 1Cbandlor ,
Ie t i.4th a ....water bag; between times, I use an under-water: lure in ; Black Jack fourth elimination. 220 yards: Little Annie walk as he won his 12th:! victoryof .5th. I I" r a I 11 44 IS ..Tlrintk. DayMW f* SB N N
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.... ..tn. Sech a thing as haste ne longer enters into my fishing : I AMTKlta.. lAbel 14 S : 54U :
I (I:. W. Williams). Peppy Sue Mark : the season. McC'.ky.If4eilelrod :I 1 I .1 K.! A.D.y 27 I 11 I: 1I.r. Monao. CM
I ,. Believe -e. baste makes waste in the outdoors. Brltt), Kin Rancher and .-.. 4lCl3r.kc.s? 45224 K_._ D.L-lal 111M II .:a I IMssdan 'I (.H M m m mJoattoa. I I
l I Dusty Bailey (Harry ::'itb.euu1): I The loss was the first sufferedby IItiW.rf 4 5 I I IIIDuio.l'f 4 I I I IrilLib $. 17s1"* J1 4 11 11 .2 .2'i ; On-o. M 11 WWMfcan. 53 I I
Sixth race first maiden colt race. 220 the Athletics' Bill McCahan 4 S I 11 IWUlla..1f: 4 I I 5 5Mski.3'Cl32iDorrjb Dayton. 1 J .2 I Pal U M 53 53 ILlrud.
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!yards: Blue Jay (E. W. Williams). Missy I IPouluton 4ItIIResr.e 1 Kaannly.. 21 J IT .272 . OH I.e" JIH 1 I ,
overtake Arena. Wilson pushed ( ). Midnitht Blake (O- J. Murrhee) after consecutive victories. I :I" I I rlll1 :I I lIt I _____ Corals Looa1 rlRM*. 5i: II 4* I "
Arena Victor the Canadian craft's speed up to I I and Little Dick Mark Brltt). 1 The Sox got bassinet :S I S C .IPart.. 3 I I t 1 S ttBa.. m SB 53 mZ I
r '17.169 miles an hour for his tenth i Seventh race. second maiden colt race. '- 8ur1<<.%b :I C I I '41P'llrii'L3b J I 1 I I .*o>r. D*!K*>* 1OnwtM. $ . tit IN
I 220 yards: Philip Morris (Jennings Mur their first run in McCsban.p I I C 6IRI1I'2. 5 I I C Ul UI. alBraoiw. U I I I
1 time around the four and one half thee B. I All-Stars Rely SISISUN II
) Black Aaron Story) and Red LidRaymond the fifth which ----- --- - XA
mile course. ( Bryan). Eddie Total* 11. 4 Sf II Total. 30 Z II JT 1J8rar .; ___ wukw, k.... m US mmIror I U:5IOkS.
Of initial in Eighth race match race. 440 yards: Pellagrini g by InnIngs: r. : DLil4 531 53 53 1 I I
I In First Heat eight starters the : Booger Red (Mark Brut) and Fay Streak I II opened with a PTrtlidfiBMa -r'P' Oft* Ml-IBflitan I D.- U .. N 53 I IHalf.
classic only our finished. Winding I (Jack Carlton). single. Hughson ___ .\.-- ,, ___ I*. (II a .]*_*. JMoiorI *T nf B V 5 5 0
up in third place was Lou Fageolof I Ninth race. first elimination 440 yards: ; Ease: Prflwlnl. Ron batted la: Fnkr Wil. l1oatt TMUMI 1I4JIRwa. \ 531. I N
I I sacrificed him to _,. ..... : Linemen I SMi4iii41. !
Catchup (C. A Bapp Duke (Russell : li. Tvc-baM lit : DiMiigro, 'I. {uolnka On '' DrtXM -
Kent. Ohio, in his So Long. I Farmer) and Kaiser Bill (Bill Traylor) i second and Pel- ..: Pok,. SacrifIce: Bughaon." Douhla plan: M. ant If. I I
IVtrrtt API Roaring over the Danny Foster. winner of the Gold Tenth race. se-ond elimination 440 MalakU/ Sadar aM Fain; UcCahan. Tain an4MaMM !.ssl,. 5itd SIllS TI : I : I
: and yards: Powder Bluff (C H Libby). Bonnie i ly took third onP I ; Dnnr Pnky and Jama. Left I. bam: PAINT JOB: To Reuben Shank, Mamtn*. Orl III M I
ttnt% Rlter course at a .speed Cup the Red Banks. N. J., 1 (Elmer Jernifan). Classic Beauty (Will!' Wally Moses' Infield > Philadelphia I. Boston I, Bam en balls: oft MeCahan I NEW YORK tAP Whether the !i Kftrbcr *A 53 JJ U 53 S SS
regatta and picked to win yester- Byrd) and Sandy (0. J. Jdurrheel.I 1. canvas doesn't necessarily 0Keintle. '
that ml tim. txcrcded 76 miles out. Strike sans: by McCahm 2 by Hafham MUITM Mo ** IJ SS 21 min I
I, day's Silver Cup .event also finIshed I Eleventh! race third elimination 440'' Johnny if t Impirca: Grt_. MrKlDlcr. Jxiwa and : for the Eastern All-Star football team A 125 IS* M m I 0 .
1 a te'ar, DannY Arena in Herb 1 yards: J. C. (Elmer Jenusan). Wimpy i Pesky's high McGovaB. Tin: 1.43. Attendaix*: 11.SIS. mean a covering ring. I York Libd&CmA IINNW I 5I ..
the first heat in fourth place. IBU1 Byrd. Roy (J. U Glisaon) and Epicac well against the New 0
I II bounding singleoff I The Denver middleweight does as I 54 flss Pit. 0., 53 01 *1 : : :
Mft4.ian i Notre Dame. yesterit Dave Fife the f a
i i I The second and final 45-mile ( ) Giants Wednesday night as I Tyt r. Sar* .1 US a J* **

I- .F woo the fIrst 45-mllr' heat of i itfc heat I will be raced _Monday. I I yards Twelfth: Sandman race, fourth(Alonso elimination.Albritton 440.), :., Pete scored Suder'siglove Pel-l' TillerSeeksGator paints, too. The cowboy attended collegiate AU-Stars did against "..,*. ."SJ 001 l* ,S 2 2 S I I 0 I N 53 '
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I Smckey (Gene Sebring), Cotton ; on art class while in in Soldier 1 S I P '
tInT Cup Trophy Race. I I lRusseD'| IlL.... -- the Chicago Bears !5,3'det54L Shy U:1I 53 0
Farmer) and Lady Luck (E.: W. Williams lagrinL I I I ... sa. 54 0 S 1
tassthanatenthotamt1sbej SHRIMPS FOR FLAMINGOS I i With two out Hughson the Army so joins the colony Field 10 days ago depends: upon i'I 0,04 P5$1 Pal 4I' 1I.. 53 0 I 5 ,

I ; bend Arena at the finish was I! MIAMI-The famous flamingos j jI f LYNN CLINCHES FLAG 1 1I in the seventh Dom Dimaggio Berth : of fighter-artists headed by an inspired performance by a sub- | 541. Lsss54rg Cm ': -: -: : 5)I.eI. S

I'. tnu* Wilson of Injenoll. Ont. in I'I at Hialeah are fed a special diet :I Lynn. Mass. (LAP] The Lynn Red doubled to left center and scoredon Mickey Walker and Georgie I Il standard group of linemen. L'"tw.1I..r.i<. Lass .. 1.IS 53. N I U ...,
of cooked shrimp rice and cod- 1 Sox clinched their second IScec'Ql to Orlando Morning SentireilGAINESVILLEWarren ] l expressed I I S '
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**2"Canada IlL In trying to j consecutive Ted Williams' single off the i That was the opinion I Tm DH. 77 tK .
liver oilYOU. i New England League pennantlast i 1 Tiller I I Abrams. Dartmouth Tuss .:..... 601 I L.OS IffI 53 IN CRHSssI. .
left center field wall for the yesterday by NIN S NAp.ss.
I night with a double win over j game's only other score. 180 pounds Orlando boy will be !I McLaughry head coach of the . .'I'"- I." .. .. II . N -

CAN BET ON THIS Lowell 4-1 and 4-3. Lynn a class' among the three score University I I squad of Eastern athletes 9anGrawbrrc. L''S U.. .. IS. ,-' I
CUEYELAND MIAMI-The B Farm Club of the American I' of Florida Gator gridmen who toss Baseball's Big Six picked r.-, GI I" II SI 11 I '
track has been FAVORITE CALUMET STAKE j i I which will face the Giants at the III" I .II I I .Ir..s.
fast for every running of Hialeah's League Boston Red Sox. is man- MIAMI-The fabulous Calumet ,i I their helmets in the ring for: positions Bf I** AHMtatH. FrmTkrM Polo Grounds in the ninth annual 1MoWI CmIN N 53 I .S
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two big stakes the Widener and I I i aged by Mike Ryba. former Major Stable has three Widener victories i with Coach Ray Wolf's new 1\ Al tafiK II..... 1 played for the benefit of HrimrM.Trtra.lt. LoW .11. m 332 53 N SI 53 IR,35tssI.

. i I I Flamingo Stakes u' League handy man. jl to its credit. Bull Lea won the edition when Fall workouts start I wane ,PM11I* ____ 114 4M 7* IS* .3M the game Tribune Fresh Air Fund. .Oaon n m m I S. If I'...
I' first. Wllliama Red "fat Uti IZ' 12 142 Itt IS:; 4rrU4 N N ClitbIprId.
Pal
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I I u event in 1939 and his son. Armed I Mttrnrll. Irdiana a* IU 4* 11$ .J31 1 1Boudrio. i of the 56,000 tickets : pq If IU II 53 I '.
Every one
Indiana __ 114.17 II 1.1 ,a* I
has taken the last two' runnings,' A 194S squad memoer in a reserve : sold weeks ago ReI"U II
r>Ttrrttta. Cab 11* 4" si n* .31* : for the fray was Tlrk I t. I
at Hialeah. capacity.. Tiller will place his I' .. ASian' 2X .. S
I 'nI.l,4e i Ret ii flndini C' 1:1 I! tll' 111Elliott. when it was known that Doc Blan- I.otr x rw I
c t bid for playing rights at left end, I Brara 121 44 II 14* -HI Arnold Tucker ', o'r175a'ReSel e i all 53 TS II 0f's. .
.S S INSTILL SPRINKLER SYSTEM a position also to be sought by .Sang Bane I* I IHatianal chard, Glenn Davis i .,. Gd I ff.. I II I ..
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i ,Q's S S Lea_ I A. Laaava j and others of'the unbeaten OIid' NSm' V 53 5 .
,; MIAMI-Ever alert to improve lettermen Tommy Bishop and William Mix Glanta -- IIT".m,.... R'"J !loa 14 make another 3y4i. Ps'314 Jf 11 .. .
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n : team would ; '
; Army
.S Elltotl. Scions 11' IThMaiaio.; Tank iiKinse .. 54 fI I II I
Hialeah's treauty-already Internationally 1946 Milton IsslanC
55'I lS ks. Turner. reserve ..-Piritat !91,IVwrr. Aadas __ II appearance in New York-sIte of I Plans' h' U 53 t S S .
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recognized-the track 1 Adkins and freshmen Joe Hawkins HIM* RmaMiz uninterrupted ... .. II' '
/' is installing a sprinkler system to and Ray Gatch, the latter of *. r.lairti 44*';nunam. KH to ; i many of their during the past 3rteLS.F.... ,pK -LtII'" N' I IS .I S I I' ''II..
: Kliwr Plratef 1 Gordon. Indian string of victories P04". 31 112 S U

i / : 1 water the infield lawn. Eustis.COOLING Mankn. laMa 12iR.*tk. Brown 21 I three years.HIALEAH :ttfln.""G.I Di : ': II r .: ,I ( t aPelpss ..

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1M I. t.,) MIAMI-Hial ah-trained colts ZKalura.a.' OandS 53 Jf I 4 S S I i :
M Crown jewels : DeL.:1 S *
have won 12 Triple U
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.. -five Kentucky Derbies, three BsI.dt_ = r. I IBan's. i-l
S 's t. S Belmont and four preakness'inthelastnineyearS. i Ill-Pit .1 Cm I r I

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O68 MIAMI-one of every three TrtI'in' N"lL 1'. """'" U
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; dollars collected by the State of 's"" II-.U-...

S j'S Florida last year in pari-mutuel BS ..- U, ,.. 5; l
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H'MlllTO.S PHOTO FINISH' OF PONYMETER: This five-by-six-inch gadgetis ... ::: : ; :::J 741.9 iI v- Distinctive features

; exhibit A_ in a case against William F.. Wrieden of Ruther- : n.e )

I ford, N. J., arrested on an eight-count indictment charging d % W'NI ..", ,-.......... ',.' ,. _ I TOT n.llter I 15'HdI.Pr..tllt'compaa "
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if swindled three persons of $4,160 part through investments in I OFF THE OPPOSITION: Wielding jousting by a unique inflated flooring which ) P'1Dur-TlP contOl 1r'wr

I ,4X.GarIandSt. a company to manufacture Ponymeters, part by his failure to : long poles well padded ot the ends, girls try also makes possible the use of outboard i

purchase stock in legitimate concerns with money entrustedto I own version of canoe tilting testing new rubber i motors. They are, left to right, Carol Maxey, i, , FLAMBEAU SALES AND SERVICE

..... 10$ Od' ' fJa.. him. Another way of beating the ponies is left for up II sportboats fn the Los Angeles Town House I I Christiana Ward, Betty Maire and. Joan 11 W. Washington St. ORLANDO, Tt*- )

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J At Six Seminole Events Slated Track for Tomorrow Races I! Florida Gators Open Fall Grid Drills Tomorrow





w The >addition of several more - -- -

;:. tit field to nearly 30 drivers for names the six-event yesterday'bi brought.g car'r 1 II Lettermen 1 1i I Orlando, Florida, August 31, 1947 i ufo jynnfog hrninrl-fstar Poge 7CLERMONT I

1 iftjg program at Seminole Park Speedway tomorrow I Miami Lists

t Hewdy Ahrhart, Director of Racing for Florida Raceways t ;

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.ftMUftC last night.bled ar Rollins On
Return To Form r, ,1.
fRirldE'rtNn'k,1ampa racer miles north of Orlando on the i .x, M 3'x 1't' T; .,?, ,
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cite .**. M introduction to Centftl I Sanford highway, with the regular Court SlateMIAMI

rtflrida racingenthusiasts., program getting underway at '' !M.v .

I feM Hkd Nf fntry and with him I 230. Three qualifying heats open I 1947 Nucleus (rAP) The UnirenHf trf

w4sl .. IUd >Uneven .' ; s Miami yesterday announced a 24
Roy Smiths the cud, followed by. a special I .

4 DKk ftanyth to swell the match race. A Class B race is GAINESVILLE AP] The 1947 : game basketball schedule, epeate*
R, I Dec 12 against the
TMHM iltrettUon to be on hand next In line and the day's events University of Florida football tf s. '1 i x on Unirersttr:

M rare .*... other entries re- will be topped off by the featured team takes the practice field Monday of Tampa here. Florida. Rentes.[
for its first formal Fall work- s i;' f Stetson and Southern are other
ft* Hw. .jde that of EmU ReuterMHi Casselberry Sweepstakes. I I 4
r t .. State teams appearing on tfct
I I*. PH* tninlrk of Zephyrtsfll General admission prices are I out.Though nine lettermen of last I .Y i r t slate.

.Jtsft Rsrfurdaon of Ruskin set at $1.25 and grandstand seats year will not be among those pres ,w :t r t : "The schedule*

s| Met A'a.... or Bradenton. to for an additional fifty cents. i I eat 22 form the foundation on I Dec. 12-13. University of Tw -

TIM* itttlt vtn stan at 1 pm. Children under 12 will be admittedfor which Coach Ray [Bear Wolf will pa, here; Dec 1920. UnJTent of

,: fab lf *tt at CaiMiberry. eight seventy-fire cents. I build for the Gators' campaign w, ,. x Florida here; Jan. 13-14. Roitaa.

- ahead. ., ..' '' there; Jan. 16-17, Stetson. hew,
Tops among the candidates F n S4 {,.v Jan. 22. University of Cinetefiau.

r before blocks and tackles be- _, I there Jan. 24. Eastern Kmc. Y.
Major
League Averages come a reality are left halfbackHal '' at Louisville; Feb. 3-4. University

Griffin a lightweight speed tM .. of Tampa, there; Feb. 6-7. South*

Iri11 41111 1111. IITTIaIb ATIONAI IIACUE'CLUB BATTINSS I tier, and big Paul Mortellaro, a t. era. there: Feb. 13-14. S:NetI.

.. f r 11NMiIINM S A* R N *lk Ik Hr MM 8k tea I I standout tackle of the'past here: Feb. 20-21. Fieri**. at
.. bar 124 41M IM 1IM 11* 14 71 S3* 42 .2711S I
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IM w t? an wI m three who will take a Gainesville Feb. 27 .8 Swtthera.
9 I: ....".. life *M Ira 2M t! 44 M! 71 Vii! seasons k ; ,
rN tsiisini | M n M u 111 Ml os tf js n I s..TA: 122 411 MS 1141 in II 177 liT 2S ..ratrraM shot at guard duties this year. ..F..' 'cAw here
: 12:* Ins 112 till tn H 13 Sn 21 .2MU.M Alongside Griffin in the Gator '' #'
I r I/r tIC tqi 'N ... IH IM a1113r 17* 4* tl Sot 24 .24fHMi Y' ,,a T. *.. ,
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.A ta. tN 9a. Nt .. 141 11 '" 127 4051 S41 11M tat 11 II 111 14 .22PMM. backfield will be his three running ., r I
LIP q A 1} 1313N 4SI 1M7 17* 17 M 441 M ,21CMns mates of last Fall: .QuarterbackDoug +Ilx : d I Sanford Lists
r a re : : : nN : ::, 12:* till W 1117 17S IT SI 41S II .m i I Belden Right Halfback II I

; ;1 atn/NAt ItASUC CLUB FICLDINCP Charles Hunsinger, and Fullback: c ,:., i 1 ,
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M h A lOt.... '''Gaspar Vaccaro. e.if: Regatta Slate
i .Ml I... LM|* __ 12S 134 Ins M 1/.m II
Ml nrtra 12S 147 1417 II* 114 .ITUI ': Taking full advantage of the : .
f'tlU' .*M I CtartMMl -- Tin tits 115 IM IS* S7S speed offered by the backfield per- "t tzPt" to The STXJT: s.ntonp, Star!
:: .In sn rallafelplU := 124 127S.115$ ill IM :.ltISraa. *l I I sonnet Gator Boss Wolf will have I SANFORD A regatta of IS
.__ It: J334 IM PS IHS I ; ;
I : :: :elTi ,.. ,..* __ .__ 122 :r-111311 iz311r 171 i his boys operating from the T-for- w. .., .. ,, races featuring 12 to 15 boat *n
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m. 1 PMMew/Y _. _ tit: MI* tall J:' *7 .fiIkilia matron the system used through $T(1 I
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I pw, :: /e"eNIfr rrw. *Um-PUtifcrr-k.124 TOft.. IxnlsA7IONAI I the entire '47 Spring practice. The s.'+ . a/p y ', .. fans and general public a thrfutoc
.. ... 11 dr MN. .. Ayrl I ItAlUt 1 I double-wing offensive may be > acr > r 4b' ru.: ,A a t display of speed and skin temar*
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iitNt If 1TMe1It111 11 |taTP ..f (DIVIDUAL BATTIHS CORDS 'I stirred with the T on occasions. A.. M A Xe row. Boats and hydroplanes from
(IS f SMT .s.M) 7 I I I IThe lettermen available for 1 an over Florida are expected to
"' Mltw Clal B Ak.it R N a.lor rN A R
e i1i N111rrM. .. ). IU.N* II n 1* 1* I 1 1 U.IM 'Florida ten game schedule are: participate in the events wMrhwin
1 : / l rrirat+..l.ar 71 22 24 TS IT 2 1 41.IMWIMT Ends Tommy Bishop and Grant CbesUr. award winners $850 In prw
r .; .: w .: ; .: a ::I .f. L-PML 1244 (1154214 1 It.IMPvlfM. I Jacksonville: William Turner. 8tPeterjbun. 2 .vE a. iT S #S. ,. . ''stm.:'1, .Trdi
.. ... .. .. .. I . kiln 17111 1* n 1 1 II.S3* : De.eH Rnshint. Tampa and 'e.gy..t.. :,rP,,., ?. r ? ,,.H- ..F, 1 ,1? .t:.kr.osx" .Y.' a .. ?t, ) i money and three trophies. Th*
> ." K N r 1 1 .. m I UP***. ...... .17Mll24tllI22 John Gilbert. Miami. Tackle Clifford Button '. ..tk, first two races will be for famftjr
> II I. tb1 fttnt fhl 11 42 4*127 II 4 1 51..311Rwaw Knicbts S a : . ,. S' :r o S ..u.paaa ..6' 6. qk3 4 S o, ,
"t tun81rf I !lk'ricL a .. :1 .> nx. w n &al v'1'w SA.r w'A '; runabouts followed the third
by
I 1 1 1tN BrWrt. _- 17 III S* M II 1 4 S* 111 I Guards: Paul Mortellaro frank Lortivto ..- ::zr :txraT e x M \ 'W$ .x;. r, f< .. is' : ; a ?e .;l+4 k. 0 ,
.- r. w IMg N/ I. JIN, I', ......... Rile. U IM 11 14 4 1 S II .IISMM and Fletcher Groves. Tampa: Charles ,yfx. d 3a Cw.P p. .. Y h 4 aYe 9,; 4TH, .! ,c. a S. and fourth runs of Class E and
"4' *M Hk / r : M ***. M. U 1* 111 H K t 4 It.111tltHtM Fields. Barlow; Joe Cbesser. Quincy. and .:. .y WVb ,r o'dt .xY, v.:, y..' F'dif !:w ,,<.,t: f ..a h.q ," AF ( s 'V .. Class F runabouts.
k ..*. *. 4t M r t a1f ::, { Pin*. It: 4M U lit It 4 I SS $11 Frank Dempsej. Miami. Craters: JlmmjKroes. a.'. ':!f : . d , .,: alw..t< i1'GHwi ',. ';y' :+' e >Sl "' :; y M' e qf .;aE' ,/ }
... . .. .. tit .., I *... ...u.. U 17 I. 21 S t S II.111 Marianna. and Harry Hobb W.. S : ti.' .. : /. SR' Ytti :w'1. eY..x After the "C" service heal et
.' iA11S1.MS rrw aeL ... 124S1: Mil* 2* 1 44.IIIIH I Tampa. .. iT; t T the fifth and sixth race. mMfK
-.1... N3a al.w. r4r w M 141 11 i elf *"S.111II Backs-. Dour BeUen. Hal Griffin and ... ::.:..'a..' i.4w2k:. .._ ; .i ."..Stv.n% .. ...i. wt ': ,ia6rw -t, < 1. .q.t; .
.. d ,.. } .I/t hW .--. ".T. Ml S112A2 S2J:! tS.11* Gasper Vaccaro. Tampa: Robert Forbes. hydroplanes will] star In the ,**'-
Ii r n 1. t .t al.a. ..... IM IM 4* 11 1* t I 4*.II* I arvater Kenneth IfeLean. Quincy; FOX HUNT ENTRIES: Copt. C. D. Blount of Lake secretory.rreasurer of : enth and eighth. The ninth ran
R s W rt 0 t I Earl and Parker Jacksonville the association.. At left is Fred Wolf
.. N tMr Wallw Rlea .12S4IS 111172* 1 T TIJM Scarborough Billy: teafrd
t tN !.. M S 1 tit t4 Rltua, .. rent .. M 21 II IT 14 I 115.SM and Cbarlt Hunjlnstr, Barriiburc. .!Conway, third' from_ left. and Mrs. BI o ant, both rabid fox huntexecutive will be a trophy race for
w r, ..H..n SM HLNonltHermen secretary of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce boats followed by two runs far C
l'IMn M 12411 n t3ll: II M 111 ,
ing enthusiasts shown here with. of the 29 Walker I
are
>M a.t 1LL .12$ 4M 2tM21 121 SI.MSIS : squad members retarnlns: some and lower class hydroplanes Th
NNI N"IN / IN .*" aallrfla 4M12S11 Til M .1'S Ends: : Aaron Brown. Jacksonville: Milton hounds they'll enter in annual field trial and bench show of the I sponsors of the event, and at right is Dave Humphrey, Blount'sFlorida I
1 twelfth win feature Class
# V'N I M t 11 .... 1II.f. _111 47 111 11* 1* 1 41 111 .14 Adkins. Moore HanD Warren Tiller, race C
'r+ Mu IB 1N *M, I ta...1+. urn 17 IM n lit ll T./ II.11 Orlando, and Pal Johnson. Gainesville.Tackles Fox Hunters Assn. at Clermont Oct. 2023. Blount isi I kennel maru amateurs in a contest for the Florida -
i N MINI/ / /N IMw a-. M __ N 1*. 41 M17. 1 4 14.*'1, : W. H Force Gainesville James
fi NIt11/N/ rar aa akba lam II 111 21 I 7 11 .tb!: Kthoe. Cortl Oables. and nee Iwlni Bar- & Outboard Assn. tropHy. sad
M M* 17 t N 11f ,a..rela. race 121 MI n tai r s a.lef i tow. Guards: Marcelina Hnerta. Tampa. will be followed by the final in
'. tlr Nr f S* It M t*., : : Alfred Adams Pant Oorda and Leslie
W lea. 1AIw in 4M 17 14* i t n .Mf board-motor of the 9M-M
race
M i M / a. *M, '. rwlww.Ira CM. $7 tM II 11 1 I 11 .2'11 Mler New Smyrna Beaca. Centers: Allison
f t M Ml Tarea has. 124 417 4112* II S 1 $S.!l51 Webster. Gainesville. Harold Baslewood. Fox Hunt Field Trials Plans AiredSpecial hp. class for a trophy
f it 31 1 I IN MI.I rwlwl x T. $1 n II It 4 1' $ .11 2911t4M Detuuak Sprints and Billy Man
: Plant City
r diiiuni I rteti l'a4 M1MII Til SI .3N11.we.A
__ Backs: Jallsn Schambert and Bob I .
,t T. lit 4** II 117 1* III M 11 - - - - - -- 32 Gridders OutAt
i M/) | /M HI Gntetsmaeher. Tampa: Joe Michaels
. i jki 1/Ntn rw NTr eta. as 11441 722*. H 412114 tl'. *f 1 1 11 N.l53w .21 Ocala: James Tsncey: Tallahassee: Freddy [ to The Sunday Sentinef.Star] i The trials will be held in the hills "just ordinary hounds." He also field trial judges would be master i

= i m NuN n aelw MM 124 lit 7112* 21 II* S*.21. Roxelle, Late City Dick Face. Tavares. CLERMONT Bartow dean of Florida fox hunt Winter
1 1 u It/ rtMt .... ..4H.U M salf ** IT I 11 M.:21! tad John Co,. Gainecville -The annual bench I I and lakes south of here on the said many of the hounds that i Garden

f t 11111' IN Lralew ...,.. 114 lilt. I T.!*' Freshmen" who will attempt. to shove show and field trials of the flor- : Polk City road, in an area where win compete in the forthcoming of hounds. i
I : u M tn: slwbl Il L rtn nm 1s in .nl some of the veterans over In the scrap Ross Alexander, StAtcsviHe, N.: {SCK o! to The SL"s..Ls.. ..,'
1r I Irwl.MS. 1MH 47 Ml S I t HI 1 for petition are: ida Fox Hunters Assn* will beheld Florida Fox Hunters Association ;Mtional and U. S. Open Field WINTER GARDEN-Lakrrkw
1
C. nationally-known bench show
1!
I II M It.l' ands: : Glen Cary and Joe Hawkins. Fort j I
11-.. 5 llr M ::l .i IMN aprMw a./, It. L ,1111111 11417 711214 MIS I 1 I 1 U.'t 7* 2 I Myers and Ray Gatclu Kustls: TacklesJohn : here Oct. 21-23. it was an-I officials have found an abundant Trials will be in the field here. judge will officiate at the bench|I High School of Winter Garden begun *
I I111
-" w r.. r H M : I raf,11I. M M4 M 11 IS 1 Sit :.tat Natyshak Yonntstown. Ohio; Brady. nounced yesterday by ExecutiveSec. : ,. supply of fox in preliminary sorveys. > I The opening day bench show show. football practice last 8IWIU,
wy 11111 and Robert Cnmmlnts. Tarentnm.Pa
n Mitchell I
E: .-. T. IIS 4U *1 IM SI (14 n..itrter.w Fred L. Wolf of the Clermont Oct. 20 will be followed the ( and is holding one session dafty
1 w all i I" tri 1 41714 1 H.**7Mttt .; Corlls Carver and W. F Leslie Jacksonville by en Ray Home. Ocala win serve asI
tl r a'.' 4 1(1w m I I f.rRfa11.w. L: 1111>7 1f I $ 4* .27M : Louis Piroxsolo. Elmire, H. Y Chamber of Commerce. Winners of the field trials in tering and marking of the hounds 'assistant master of hounds and I Most of the time has been tpeat
I" G IIts/M, I III 1! 41 I 1 1 II.23IM4M and Tommy: Bray. Maeon. Ga. Wolf said officials of the association which both and all II running signals punting and .
derby
*. .. .w N1 1 Ia.Mlt aua Guards: WUlard Shoemake Oeala: Dick -age contestants and by a big barbecue given by as ringmaster for the bench show. pall.fag.
1 r\ -: :- (M M I M M .SMM i' Twlrea laR. ..T Ie4 1411 N M hIt Mil 4 S 171 I 1*..!2X4!51jr.e.lx Lashley. :Steubenvflle Ohio. Carl JLUison. I expect about 300 wiU run together but will the local Chamber of Commercefor Entries for the field trial will I So far 32 have reported tar

.. 1wN+ / 1a.I. M HI I I .r.rrNUUrlua/ Lake City and Sam Sam Cat Clccone.. JutaonrlSk.Bach New .Castle, hounds to be in the starting field be scored separately, will be officially contestants and officials. Hillbilly be accepted until 5 pjn.. Oct. %!0. practice. The following is a .Ut
Pa Center
i ..... *" I /N WI 1 : . to M144 IS S* f II I S* IS SS.:*2X11I14M *1 : Loren Broadus. Jacksonville. when the cast is made for the recognized as the Florida music and a dance are also Blount announced. He added of the boys who have reported:
Mill 11
.w1 *a i IY : 'e 4 l* I / M Ml _a.ala_rMM 41fa .1411* 411124 I I SI .,.t 'I James Beach and Gordon Poucher. St.Fetarsborc. field trials at daybreak the champion. Cups and trophies will on the opening-day agenda. that all hounds entered in the I Eugene Canley Eugene Chart.
r I I INJ11i rtII. 11 NN 111 1* S 11 .2*.! Dan Sllraan. Tounsstown, morning of Oct. 21 for the be awarded well as Frazier Draper. Billy Duaawto
:i sis* I $V ,Ml 'aMa Ohio Lazarous Lewis Quincy Bryan Anderson winners, as Officials of the Florida Fox bench show must participate hi ,
1 :i II; 1 I i ; Ml I I alwlea0t1.I1lla ewwl "Mk 12 211 Ml H SI lit*l IT 4 t* 7 tI 17 :277M rt I Umatilla Alex Gardiner McDon three-day fox hunt. challenge] trophies.C. Hunters Assn. Jn addition to the trials. I Ray Fleming Thomas Dean BUI
4* M M /r.111 I ald. Ofcio. and Fred MonUdeoca, Avon Gov. Millard Caldwell and State D. Blount of Orlando Blount Harter. Hubert Joiner. Har M
N H M I M Ml 1 wrat ".f. 4* *l I n.1 4 1* rt Pak secretary are S. E. Butch Dade Headquarters for the event will ;

i1. 4i J inst1iRI '.... "f ('IL_ *M 1M IT**,11f 47 151$ 1 111 S Si M.275 174M CompL Clarence M Gay will attend of the pioneer fox hunters I City' president; Pat Moody. Plant be the Lake Highlands Hotel here. I Langley Buddy Mixns. Form
+ | t ; II ana 1'ltla the bench show Oct. 20 and has indicated the 300 Nutt Billy Peavy. Curtis PWk....
: arwa.. era MT M nt.l:3 group entries City, vice president and Holmes Reservations for the four days may
I N/ M tl M f in rNJr n .M* I rrR, rta '.. tl 1* M I t J .If:271 : Orange County I ride to.the hounds in the field will include both registered Allen, Miami vice president. be made through the secretary I I. Millard Powell Joe Rt ldet. J ha
.. N LMrtttaK.. 71 IM M n/ 1 1 Zt.rifIu.w trials. fox hounds and large number of : Sewell. Tom Sewell Fred Steep-
t a Blount said
ft M M4 XT, _1M411 711111* 111 51."lr . Donald McLean Clermont Chamber of Commerce. I'
$ t> M IN .SMw M Court Records .-, herd Rogers Smith Eugene: 8IBII
... PHM. .III U' u 1117 til 2-
:tr j r. i IM .ntI Vii..n. 1f T ..1M *44> 41 *1 II f 1 U.II i mons. Jade Spears. Eugene Spear.
M t t t .WSMS ....... rt..ML M 41 'I 11 1 I.21 MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS I
M f $ M IM 21; writer. Raymond Spears David Sole-mail,
Earl Lee Britt newspaper
$11114 111 '1.247
t .M1oM. elan ]*l 171 L-0
Y
i I .4y.. _rX r M It I M M J MJM .......... /t 'st" 41 T 1 4 II .2MM Mobile.. Ala, and Julia Mae Hlnton. 190X. s 1. '13. = ,. All-Stars Leesburg ClashIn I Warren Morgan, Charles Sotomer,
Robinson I
;: iine MMAa pin nil" 1 1/ I M4 rl r Dave Stanford. W......
; Roger .
'" t a Millard Martin. 21. 530 Sa11let Dr- !
..... .. -.. I W i in'er't ae.Ifa .. .121 Mill 41 II Mill 44 It 17 1 I t I II N.313lHw1P1A ."1Ml Vlrslnia Sue Glenn. II. :830 Sunset Dr.u'l i ; ; Benefit Tilt Harold Woodley. Srmrtey Poeh.
M
I Thaw aba.CIL .* lab $ 1 I .*IIt I Robert Joseph! Chewnlnf 24 iI Tuesday Night Ronald Clontz and Leroy Hecka
Ill*
1I'r': 111 fern111Y.f 41 M14 1 1 S3.-M1M1S4 2S19 Amhent St. and Melba Ruth WhitehursU ,'SNas "
1t1./ I PDI ,I 22. bookkeeper. C19 RMcewood Ave T al. bee.
... G-.. rNll, M Mil SI4 rt.z11Ila"ara iI i | rSpe<-ol to The Sunday SentmeKStar]
.. .
't 0' "' 1 *Mt Ill 11 M7 SI M 13 1 !List,t Charles Gaul, 25. troeery clerk. 334 W.LOOT .I I
.. N .N.. 1r Rita Irene Bethcoat Lee, 25, LEESBURG-Some of the fastest and most
St. and capableof
11 .. . .. . ,.. Raver,. hit 'a Sri IS 17 I 1 t $2 25* 'R Humming birds are reputed !.
.... M K r t1 1 1 1 ...., elllaaal. rill. .11 M1M** 27 f 21 1* *4 1 I.1 ll.isf 1.151awr.R.T. 27 N 6ummerJ1JL.Joseph Edwin Cotbron. 20. baker 444 gnvk 9N'. Central Florida's amateur players will join forces under attain 300 wing beats a mHi4e.

: # r ::: e : ': Nill: Mrittra..... 712 11 41*. S S ri .25* 8 Oscecla Dr.. and Settle Lea McGuire. I > SZ, ; the Lake-Orange League All-Stars colors here Tuesday
YM / 1 tlT 18 office 610 Lexlniton St-
I f- --.... PILL *4 2U 41 nIl 11 M 2M anew
t ... +N tN It.. 1 .wIN .... 4711* II M I I I 11 .251 Gilbert Harrison Daniels. 38. salesman.S30 night to face Mgr. Bill Good's Florida State League Lees-
!a MI Ie II 1 .wep I. Esther and Irma Lee Riles McCul- 'y
t />raraaMA.tL Iii ill It IM U t 1 41 2M I a
I 01 N M N 1 ..M3N Marla M L 1111 M 1711 1 I it.l31awMrf. both 22. csshier. Orlo VistaSUITS I 4 burg Pirates! in a benefit game. DEEP SEA
,. .... _
__ .. IN CHANCERY e"r
t : M H N t .".T. M 1i/nil t t I .25t
iT/ tel ..., Idamae J Cawyar vs Helen L Boshinget The tilt second of an annual .

H. ." ." .1 1/IIt. ''',, i ikCIM PITCNIHB) B, I*AVIASt N BkS* .tM. w | Pa ;H al A grief Vieno title vs WtU Msnael fcl contract a .a series, will be played for the bene-

... Ir U"41. 1_ ...f.'I in in ii n ii u 4 .7 tMMISMSSIIint Savory Refers et ux to AbltaU Tet fit of the Harry-Anna Crippled Spy Song Wins FISHINGGuaranteed
I
M4 4 M It 1 /.1 I aiA I1L al auks title ,I
: ii'f M111NN' : :::II t a"eaaa.r- t* us IM *i ii* Si i* t :7** City of Orlando vs I L Raby and Helntselmans II Children's Home at Umatilla. Elks
A. .... L JS in 171 1 i *4 11 4 711 Ine '
ra 1. M M 111 1 Mal t a tl.efw.wlSb. __ 111/NNN.1.111 COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT I I + % i a A .. Clubs of Leesburg and Eustis ore Over RippeyCHICAGO !
Ie N N N N I ..NqaN ( fora. aura 41 II tl 1* M * .., I X M Hem'aid. llth annual report estate : lS t sponsoring the affair scheduled to
i I / .1 lewd ftIL II 171 11 41 1f 14 IS 1 .U2SS of Elisabeth M Newald. I ,x",3 2 r, "
M1M ,II't'IU I a:1ra glen S2t IM n 12 11 1$ .,.: I William A Bolshouser. amended final get underway at 8:15p.m.: at Ve- [lAP Spy Song galloped ] MATE t SHIP

: : :1.:=I True. Mtok II IM 127 77 *7 t 1* S .M7taM. report estate of Cynthia A R Bolahouaer.I ,1 netian Gardens park. to victory in the 26.750
I . U J* IH 1Nt IS t 1* $ .MTTrMkW Walter C Lee petition for order administration a, l I The amateur aggregation: will STEEL TACKLE I' to
: :11. : : :'I I I ..Y. tl M M M 11 t 1 1 .M* I unnecessary, estate of ZadaB f Chicago Handicap before 28.000 at
I 17 f (54 Le*. include a godly portion of the
M IM tW b r Washington Park yesterday, defeating I
11 = : .: / r.'Ia : -:1-bola ft**. $1 f* IM 7. In: ; 1* $ :(4* I Central Title and Trust Co. petition to A same club in its 22-man squad this Rippey by three and a BOAT BAIT'' SHORE
1: arts T. it IM 14 n 7* i*.14 ./Mtumtum. appoint tmardian. estate of Mildred A .. i'
/ N NNNN :: M L 1$ m 17$ i31 11! $ .131 Richardson et at year. Jerry Morrison manager of half lengths with Studipoker i I ICE i RADIO
1 N NN11N11 NNIt ..; /H.t-M ntt a 151 117 12 M 11 12 I :112K t Inventory and appraisal, estate of Anne .r oub 'the Clermont entry in the league, fourth in a four horse field. ,
Mba M 7* 74 17 II S I 1 .I2SPM M Cross I I YOU KEEP THE FISH
.. . .. has been selected skipper of the .
I
( arM. *. M r 121 n 22 1 I 1 *1M > Inventory and appraisal, estate of BeTlo s,: .5, bMA's. Spy Song sprinted the seven
'I-a .. ; :::: araala al. L IM 14* M N t 11 I :(11Jl Wilson.Martaret. .. All-Stars with Jim Mobley Win- furlongs in 1:27 3-5 and returned I'
-= 1tte a.w1, albs JU'" af $11 I .4... 8 Kniiht. accounting estate ter Garden pilot serving as his as WRITEC.
. 1 .I trace tT M 11 27 1 t S .Ice of Landon C Rendricks Jr. u $380 and $260 Rippey paid
I.M 1 1 ,,"I =:PILL N 11 INN111 U $ ..MIII Martha Field Chance first annual report r. F<-, sn-Nr t. sistant. $2.80 to place. There was no show D. GIBSON U.S. Coast GuriBox
b11iwlN.no .W rareaa N T. 111 in H 17 T t .171t estate of Elizabeth Field h 'e ,e 4wvt I Members of the Leesburg club betting.be .
_. 774 Licensed Operaltdew
6arlmeaea. Mtn ( M M 1l 4 S SII Bevlah Bro petition for order of -
stctTaa tIJ la..... I'tttL 21 117 111 2* S4 I 7 .541M rapport estate of Alex L Bronson. 9 4 ynNs' "st. Volunteered unanimously to stay I Smyrna Moderate
r--: .. =: I : 1 ."1: awrOtL W 171 lit IS M 1 II $ ..litn INSTRUMENTS: FILED I \y ; over a day after their season's ,, obtained from members of I,! Florida Rates
/1 .1et M re1MM 1'aL IM IM 4* 14 I S 4 .SMM Ada Carolyn Green et Til to Lawrence closer for the either of the two sponsoring I I
on Monday game.
n MIN N i1 4 : 1i I
.t! waawa r- 1t 11* 41 II 4 7 I MS When et u .d S10Eurene
., M iii/ II ....... rice It" II 11 ** * I saN M Speer et al to tartar It Tickets s'!Cing at U a head, may lodges.
at . 'I I ........ BUT, tt in 12 *I SS I I .... Roberts et at wd $10 ::J + I .,d,
rl 1 1 .Ift I U4CM. .JJ: 11 17S NT T I ...* El." O Brown et mx to John C del- .---
11 I- lit I" Iii.1141N,1:1 I Hmutm* J -Pk. It II* 111 41 N// t JM land et w wd '900. .
: P-IM. 11 M IM 11 t* $ t 4 .SM Mary T Champlain et Tit to A T Mae .
: : = PllW Mt 17 M 17 t 4 4 :JMWtl Kay et u wd $10H I,! BETTER.THAN THE SCRIPT: Make-up man Ted Larsen works .
N = N : : 1.11l /I /M. .-. _.1* N 7* 11 II t $ .... L Wofford et. ox to Robert Let Wits i
I + viii :w 1 awN. 11 T. 17 111 12 71 M f 1* .ttlw et .> wd $10 on Doc Blanchard at Hollywood studio while Glenn Davis goes .
N .. t"- ; 1 .-.('111. __ II Ice IM 7* 14 t I I .47 James s Penney Jr et u to Hashes '
MN 1i'a1111Jt:I 1 -...- .... .M IM INN /* $ U 11 .431I Ine wd 110. over the script for "On Parade, o picture portraying the life
.1. : II I tM-*. ..... t* Id M U U S 4 $ .444 City of Orlando to Mrt Lorena D Rambo -I of Army's AIJ-Amencan backs at West Point. .
.1 1 HUM BfcvrM. M 17 in MS M $ 1* IS . i : .. . .. ...: xtirM. ___ !fl M 4i n s s 4 ,42* Charles H Coombs et al to L H Lavender ,
= = : : :(I ....., .... L. tl IM 14 Tt IS t 11 .421WM.IM. et .x ocd $20. .
.. Ip I J2U4U4 11 47 4 I I .LIT Robert L Adams et uz to Samuel H Gil tK
,N . M 1 1 .a II i ,{ ..._-,CM. 11 IM IM II 17 T $11 .4MturtJM'rvCa. ford et u wd $2.000. x '
. ., .. N / N I Slllt 111 .it $$ t t t .4MKM4. J A Taylor to Dennis B Smith et a wdDennt <<
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... i r1 .. I I ... _It M 41 IS 1 I rte .4MMOJI H Smith et ax to J A Taylor a
.. M IN ...I ,- t ... S* W TM M n T t ll .I** mtt S3.ooa. <<
l' at I> (.WMMtStUrX Tl n M 41 SI t I I..JU Clarence U tantltf-et: u to Henry C <<
tN111y. : Iu. I' ir-iti-in. M.U n N1 is ii i s s JJJ Jerome rein of mtt $10 :
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lr r11 I / N : I' rrrN Mba II M M M U t $ $ .I** Annie Bemlce WUSOB et Tit to Walter '
11 .4 Ht rice N I 1 N .111 1 I _.... tln 14 IM t* n $" l* .MII 1 Dolan et ax wd $10 : t. sY
.". 1 4s N t It.I (.4M-.PWL .* II n a N 1 t 1 ..iriN Prudential Ins Co to J B Ream et u r 9 a .%
h a M w i I' trtt-t.CM. x11 u 147 M I* t 11 ..114P d'i t .
:: r wit q tIN> '"'- nfA _21 US 112 4* 71 $ $ 11 111 i amRobrt Edward: Letsinfer It u to M3- i i t ar "
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i : 171\t ....... PW. S$ 114 IU 41 W 4 I JtWilt's deed Garbry mts $2400 tw k.. IN ONE SSSPXSECOND. ,1
Mildred Letsuuer Garbry et vlr to Robert ,r .
Edvard Letsinter wd $1 1 4t a
Fir Nat Bsnk of Monut Dora to William .?
t J Barker et al am .
f William C Gibons it at to William F : 't Our Mirrors/ Can Tell rOil Mort About
Softy et ux wd $10CharlM I ? '
in huff Ueiners et u to Phlhp 0 Nai- '[ .
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Bin et u wd $10. Ij .
Philip O Kauman et u to Charles Mel- ,
'r WORSTED
Hen et u rate $3990Crlsenso : j e1s : b A t THE NEW YORKER
Caschero: et u to Joseph Tlnte +
..: -Car's a sight! wd $10 a ;
i John F Beberer et u to Golf Life Ins r t .
Co mtt. $3500 I Than all the Words in in* World
w M Tata et al to R It Stokes et ux : 'I ttf k-
; $10 ,
. lto# fef! all m4Ms Uk your car to Sam Jones for a LeRoy B Giles to William B Bridies et I rr .
Hi eel rev 110. s
t ffet> flea William C Bent tub Fir Nat Bank So . why waste fancy phrases? All we want to
..it .W>. That'i the tjaslest. speediest surH mtt $4000Braves ?
<< tell you Is that these superb worsteds boast all-

wtf e| M jHtoq the littl women" In grade A Buy Miamian .<< wool fabrics from America outstanding quality

i BOSTON lAP The Boston i mIlls . and the stitched-to-a-sdence: Rochester
katwt a..4tt. Braves last night announced the <<
s needlework of 98-year-famous MICHAEU3STERN.From .
purchase of right-handed pitcher .

Robert Hogue from the Dallas there on well let our mirrors do the honors
'IM..w
We pleased whoa yea see the amazing Rebels of the. Texas Leagre. # They're free to talk about how well YOU look in a

"hu lit. ... Jeat quality points and master Hogue. 23-year-old native of Mi I ;.r -r y y.. NEW YORKER . anytime."dlojhicr .
= amt Fla. who has won 16 and lost 4 ; .

If 1f a this season, win report to the ,, ,: ,
rII".. .. make In your car. Braves at their Bradenton FUu,


training camp in the Spring era.* SS9IBSSaS*> eMHEaBBBMi S ai BXC BBI HV Itt 'BrK......- ,_ ;::;.; .--L: S ,

9UK 1 Vj lit c best-Send It to SA 1i'S I >nn. ... MS7MMlT1.ST.3ee: f HIROHITO ATTENDS BASEBALL GAME': Once called "decadent" ; al m.-

i< .XT. .ie *t et 4J I! f 1 $ sn baseball
the Imperial is now
Race rut at lit in 4e u $ 111 .**r ; by Japanese government, '
Puwaa lab u M M M n t t (ti:+eruL N
back in full larger Japanese Cities. Emperor Hirohito
feepr. lta.x7 tT sa II ri: 4 11'.m I swing in : ([ / S FId en
*tt JMES PMNT t NIY SNIP Jruu. %I M 114 it 11 1 I $ .weJvistriL I lifts his hat to acknowledge: the ovation i of 40CK)0 rcbid fans
Falls. .%1 tan t4 It 414e
". 1 I 1/ ... the of the Intercity League playoff. ,i
&no I'It1L lJII.: 11 attending opening game
...... IKrtarrrlrk.FU. t* I* N It SI 1 t $ .1STu I : 206 N. Orange Ave.
130 N. Garland fat Jeiienos *.C1a.NT -M u us U n e 1'1 .17 Even the Empress Nagako attended the game, the first she hod I

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ItOMBA tOCILU X8BZU.-8 OROCIRT lId CLIVXLAND. OHIO-Tonnf woman,119' SERVICE Oearlai. ,LAWN MOWE RAI AIM I SEC TANKS-Inatalled. State |{ I W .
vtrkrt >t Lk Jtiraln Park it I desires ride. Good driver share p 1D1 and gradlnc. Also pan "lawn cttinl H.DDD 600 gal capacity. 8>* .p 1' ORANGE.Oranges. OransesI Plenty I ARMY SVP.PLUS-.Elp boot 93.7S..; I
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I ACtJUatT 31. 14TICfIed .1.., epee OR 8uBd y, 1 t m. U S expenses. Week of Sept. S. Phone 343 4 and palmetto rake. Phone aster Co.. 21 l Oranl lank oa 17th St. West of Oran ou I I 50 W. CentraL W* deliver. Phone 4332 knee b. 1'. folding rote, j B1 t I
.. 'M win b* open Labor Day sta or 381-W Winter Park. J. T. Murdoch. 1 ; Blossom Tr.j 2-4519 8295. jaett 82. raIn coat. 11. a -
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m. ntU S ..m. cool %rtflerIPINI. CLARK8BURO. W, VA. Learlnf MIRRORS RUIVI made to HU'D-MI.Ue.j I 82.95. Many low price. : .
tn rkole BEACHES AND FILL Service. Freeeatlm.teL glass Or- SEPTIC TANKS Cleaned PAPPE PEAR2 per lua.L Morgans tm. BAT-:. ; 7 .
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(rounds.1ITKIKL fI141D1s.d Sept. 3. Take 2. share expenses j' orde ery- I_ 142 h I j I Salvase Str. 46 X Church.j 1.
.. Crosby Stockla Dredimt . ft Mirror thing
.u-al. References ezchan.ed. Phone 5907. -; wt.: Ut._, pumped and haled. P. J. J I .
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Co. Ph.
: 9227 after 7.30 p.m.t' Burke permanent bonded. qualIty
FARKXR BDlrttutnit.Kfftdlnti HAVANA, CUBA-All-cxpens* tours MATTRESSES REOVATWI ar' } insured Route n. Box 231: I' TE8D" 6 a lb. II I Electric and WAT. HUTS aL .
41117. Clrcl Tbur d.'$ Lanier Travel Service, 30 X. Fin I CONCRETE FLOORS Dnvt-VITl. ': completely ra I 2-061. 191."aIW. POlt phone I I Circulating oil heaters ol Norse and i nua .JL-4. '
i.9_m. ttli I. wtthington gt.KOTtCC Street. Phone 1301. t' steps. flacstonea. Reasonable. work Mattresses renewed or TRACTOR WORK New round ,j|, Scirk. From 37,000 70.000 I .
Thirty years la business. Fret "Umatei. to order Open for Inspection** Russ i ; plowed dirt mol,. landsripinc. IP YOU WAN REAL tree ripened !j B.T.O. capacHy. t .
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,..-M AO UeLetru rtaltore.Bar and Prop OrtllHOTICB rt7 student OR wishes MICHIGAN ride -about U. of Sept.Mich. 4. C. N. "Id Winter Park 489. ., Mattress Co. &2 W. Car ; 8-2213. i Ph. B1M or Parl. 1304WI I. out.,to o.do. fro budded trees drive i i I I Attic fans from 3 to 48' In. SCeut .

.Mu '.. ..Id.I' Reference echnirdPh. 26572. CONTRACT BUILDING of new homes OFFICE WACE REAIEr I, TRACTOR MOWING-Disking. church Pie Cute.. tur left at fIrst |I Irz fan. I .. .
RIDS RESERVATION BUSES8nn and repair to homes and buUdlns service I i [ Ing. scooping pl"-. mile to sign j CD l.h Immediate delivery ..
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: ",*414 .. I t.rrdnl. "Shanibarter I j I installation
-AU realtor Mr propert of any kind. Repair financed. T. P. ,' P.1 I I 0 an the
ailand Travel Bureau. 30 East Pin George Stuart. 1 8. M.1 St. phone i Hettt. Cheney Rt. Or-, I. above o I I Ii
tie . I' It Mtk St. and Orancc Blouom Street. Phone 5301. Fullard. 133 X. Concord phone 2- 8158. j lando NICE PEARS-Bring basket and leD.wm'r e. .1
**< Trail ha* Wen withdrawn from thaiatitt. 4032. pick at orchard. O. B. I I I.ir. Von Theater lar. .
. I W. 8. Ktphatt.srxncxm I SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS-Lcavinc PIANO SERVICING- T. Kltaon. !I TREE SEY-A kinds Palms : Bellwood. Olrb" I _blol.! COI.1D. Phone 513. "
i j Sept. e. Taka 1 or 3 help drive. -Also Bins rock the piano technician announces he I Dangerous''{ j I i seo.
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t t 14* eW os: rttB... 1703 K. Waablacton. Ph. I WISCONSIN. MADISON-Rid* wanted Work lr dmb' Stlmp- i i piano store t .U planoa. but 1 cheap Lots cleared. Licensed. Articles for Rent I 1:5, Wr w.th. I" .
*j \ to. Mr*. Warrrn.WP. about Sept. IS. Excellent driver.. son. Inc. _Phone_7645. to continue tune and rp.i thpl L I bonded J. T. Ne"to. 118 IrvIn j i FLOOR .I al. PfCN. H.rD'. Lo.t 3 i
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.- i4 W ****** .. KKtLT. RrtUUrtd Sorvtyor. C31 X Pine 8t. phone (1862. CONCRETE SERVICE-Floors, roof many you years. .kU .. at 'ly 2-14. :, AU new. Arnold Paint Store. APARTMENT-COTTAGE equipment: :I ... .
s MI I Cbwtk .4 Main Arcada. Phone WE PRACllCa WHAT WK PREACH I driveways steps and 1I'.lka. The Antonette Ave. Winter Park. 1 I TREES DJOI. trimmed token ,I I 407 8. Orange 2-3786. Complete kitchen 'I :
ti* .4* '34. -Our "Vacation Tour extend I best In entineerlac. workmanship down. ri Infrance. J. B. Hauga- 'I I FLOOR SANDERS raDI.sink and "iU. rdfnratr.. I
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fI@o :: fa* ** I ., too CAN STILL ride horseback at from now until Oct. lit. Call then for r and material. Free estimate For PAINTING rKCE Special: 1 room. f ton. 525$ . Ph. 9H7. j I -B" new edzer. Reasonable American eL Beating system both gas and -- -- --
tEel. I Parr. Raach We arc not ctowd.twr Winter Tour Orlando TrncJ8t I concrete Buchanan work of all kind* caU 6780 ceiling and walls using flat ellpaint TRACTOR C. R Burke 1605 S Bumby. 7851I rates.. I Modern APPU'n. Inc., 428 K. ,. 14t rat &
. e. or 9530. Concrete Co. with each paint SERVICE New round Orance: A .1
phs> number hu been chanted oatd. .
114 Jb. d- I FLOOR 221.I
plowed lots SANDER eMiaut
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: :. . - S. 1-2X14. RESERVATIONS and ticket all !I CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash ',8et. Helfsnd.materials td.. JrH .tlate. hourly rte. Phone 2-7283. or I' cabinet ..nde and EE also. J I f ALNEM Power units BOW H. Qraa daaTlwOBATH
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Bureau I and carry price will save JOB I II I 2-21. I 1 ... 2524 Kufal. Coa-
. : 12. Lost and Found 30 X. Pin Street. Phone 5301. I money. Brine us your clothe Bupertor UPHOLSTERING SERVICE-Try our ,I Wrloff'l TYPEWRITER 22321 I plete. stock (rum Celhe. nXTwVM ljbj am
Cleaners. 314 Boon St.QUNC&IThD'U7OE.0 new method of renewing your fur. !I I REAL- SPtalDont I I AII Farm Tractor General Trwk; wn** *MMt Si 1
4144 O,te4* ItLPOLO LOOT-Browa. Currency 17. UnlinK and Moving etc. W* form I PLUMBING INSTALLATION alture. Our process eUmlnate sag and rat.. I 1 I,! Equipment Co.. 2319 McRae: 9809. i M,.4M* .. E
. vriM** sad cnrk. ""ard. Plnder pleaMr pour and finish concrete floors I II and locks springs In pla. life. -': Phon Gor". Stu.n 1 5t j A.NTiJUE8-Estat. and an pieces wUrrriwfii= =a' I
. *M TIM ,r. Jonas Transfer. Uta and I ALLIED VAN LINES INC.-N.Uon' driveways walks and steps. For And M.trl.. Complete stock of i r "Open for Inspection" Russ .t\res j i I i 818.TPEWRI I I Rare ; Jets Beery, .
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. tile IMIfr Divlalo* 4' largest mover of household foods. price estimate call -6. Dunham I : : and flxturea.W CO. 1122 W. Church: 2-21. i For Rent-by darer grader Arade. 1 soar -
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Call Fidelity Storage WarehouseCo. Concrete Co. guarantee a Installation no I Equipment Ex- I ______ .
D60-io-.8 ndr colored answer for free estimates on your long f waiting for mteriala. UPHOLSTERING-SUP coven refin- !! hlna. Smlth-CooD agent 220 8. I) AIR CONDITIONER 5 ton. Fafr- I Ir .. I- -
StMk . U Saad'. M* talL 11 W. HardI. distance movlnt. 56-61 W. Jacksonat. CONCRETE WORK,} driveway, step*. I timatea cheerfully riven. Call ishlng. We can without obligation banks-Morse Used only 1 senses I "
t Ie \ .. .4P. iso art Fa. 20002. Phone 2-31(4. walks floors settle tanks; li ,, Libby It Freeman. 711 W. Church.EI I Artcraft Interior [otora. 2200.,- 885. (r eondltl guaranteed. Phone = :- 7
0 II U S aa. censed oonded.; Southern State Floor l W. Church. 2-000 I TPEWP.AI mat. also addI I 1.
*.*<** IlI .. II. U Parlors AERO MAYTLOWIR TRANSIT CO. Co. nit or -:. for eaUmatea._ I ,I\ or month. l}I ARMY_ B Onas
K anty -Lo. distance movlnc. CaU JOllier !' VENETIAN BLINDS-MsUe like Dew | Oflice Equipment Excbanse. Smith-i INFIRMARY
BUILDDG,
Van and Storage service for free DRY CLZANLNO Wa employ only PLASTER PATCHING b"'D p rt.1 I Lowel prices. Bat services. Call I 1 Co-ona Agents. 220 S. Main St.: 8850 |I I Suitable for doctor I
j ,. IMI fU44 T4 skilled, experienced help; and animal hospitaL cog ts.4' .
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AMMUUIAJf 20 X. Pisa. 15* U estimates: also local movinsr stor- Also minor reptlr Orlando Borne 1 S558 W. Central. Or- TOOL RENTAL Paint Reconditioned. and !I .
J *** *f TrtrptHMMfcul 3*. 4IC0ID1 oa "... LtmlUd ase packlnt.. crating and ablppint modem Cleaners.machinery. Try us. MacDoli Maintenance;_dial 9948. :i' lando. P1*. saws: bench-saws; power sprayers: HU I i efto your site. Priced let thaa un I.
304 cost
Itaa ..1' Rldcewood. corner I I 1 materials. Can
fits exparleacad 1400 8. be
operators Division: ph. 7 8S.DEEMS VENETIAN at'I flooring seen at iT. ] -
] n.t Ph.0. "12.G&irina. RosaUnd. P hone 21060. PLCMBIIiO RZPAXRKD-EIU King for I ; BL manufactured equipment concrete mixer i I South CaflTp Army Air Base .
DELIVERY Service, phone ELECTRICAL REPAIRING 1 prompt guaranteed repair Phone 1 i iI i iI 1739 See us about and raise Youn' Tool ReDt 10 Bunter and South Street. corr.. wv ..e"4.e t 5
and house In .
OR. BEAUTY SAU3NI 7673. llcht I Bestalum. basswood cedar W. 7323. i t,
blinds
moving and haullnc; i I S059. Residence. 1729 Orsnd. j or W..b1nt1 I dustries. Ine._Phone 9876 .
I t I M JO Ht*fUL Permaneots com every load Insured: ruonblo ratea. wlrlnc. Call 4514. Miller WUU j{ Factory price_or Installed. C.1 8059. PlhM* I
I Electrical Contractor. PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central'. I BABY CRIB
t pMa. Ml lines beauty culture. IWM '.' WASHING 33. Articles for -Innerspring mattress: i I
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14 Cut t tZ ppotaiaifntf. Hilda UoncK. SERvICE-Top soil ELECTRIC CLEANER 8JRVICS-On4 Plumbing A Heating Co. 13 MACE. REPAIE Ii upholstered leather hills chair U 94. .
_____ I.SIIJQcle flU dirt: delivered. Write H. t Bryan_Day 2-223. Night 7338. I All [ baby clothes i. KeQey 2007 .. 1
ly outlet for genuine Hoover parts. Fossett I iiMw.
Bray. P. O. Box 102. pick up service. Caldwell AIR CONDITIONING UNITS 2 .
Loekhart P1 A'I I N'I and Har POrt- ''St. oft S.
M.q 114 let ..j| BSAOTS SHOP-Batk MarlMol Phone County ;--&. For modern upkeep aervlca call the. : PAINT ESTIMATES Color I ris. 2213 Edgewater Dr. Cole Park. I! ab>. Carrier and Ernnator. Suitable i j Bllmb._ I .. . t I.I
.. ay. specials. AQ wares reduced. FULFORD only authorized Hoover service statlon. gestionsReliable painters 2-1972. I j cooling BED SPRINGS and innertprla .
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l r*-* !*i* J*. Phone $440: ant South Mall 51. Part loads wanted STORAGE to or from CO.-Chl- Bumby-Hdw.. 6104- or 2-1755. : mended. Hatch. eoc At *. WASHING MACHINE !I bf.r Phone 5296 'r 5633 I mattre .. For twin bed. Good COliditon. "f. e

,*e, . ***. M *..,t RATS UTOPIA BEAUTY Baton. 80S taco or Cleveland. Ohio. Phone 5286 ELECTRIC RAZOR SERVICE POWER LAWN MOWER repaired I makes. Maytat REPAIREAl I| ARM COTS-Used.52.98. Water mower. 12. A. good 1 lawa I B1OMOOM MfHF 4
," *M **. .I t. Washinalos. Ph. 912S. Back 10arhaal for free enlmsin. 133-5 N. Main. I SchIck. Remlnston. and Sunbeam I i and .barpnee. Hanson DiHeler': to Colony lmc.. i and mold resistant 27x77 In.. extra ;- 1. 31-R' .4ls om ..
,- . .. apectala II90. Crems oil per- KNOLLENBS.HU'3 New parts and razors in stock. Co. Oranl. 9718. ,. Winter'lpareJliJ.. I i strong for heavy Ph. Sport !i BRED BOXES Whit enamel. !t, W . .
i i ....<-lor IS 00. OM_Wtfk only.RAfa ltor... eratlD,-.- packlnt.Local movlni Also: I Mr. Olson.I San_ Juan Pharmacy. 5111I.1 I PAINTING Papernanglng. Quality i i WELL DRIU.ING.-We are equipped I 1 Pept. Sears Roebuck !Co.. 9813. {i i and up. Knox Stores Co. 25- iA T-. & Y
BKAOTT PARLOR-All type atent for Delcher's Lon Distance I FLOOR SANDING-Finishing. 8peclallz I material and workmen. Immediate to drill and deep wells. Any ,I 1 ALUMINUM GARAGE !I Esstpine. Phone 2-318. an, .
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\ Me* M *t 'I awrsaaawat wares. Pra-beat and Movlnc. 506 Mary St. Dial 4965. I Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 ar. Licensed bonded. Ph. 9724. size up to c No water no pay. |i building 12x20 ort 'i BR fED WIRE-Cosco step I II PMI34N5onIi. .
VI airiUMlM t l .M wa,* a apeclalty. Dial 4222. LONG DI3TANCX MOVINO yr* experience. Modern equipment. CrtI. Nothing down. 36 month to pay.: i I IBelmany | and .Idin,. Overhead door. I waff.e; scales,, ; : : j.-
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B1. Yk m IM Last Pin*. Oaa plane oft:. .I IU. points Packlnt. eratlD,. local movIn service Work .guaranteed.C. R. Burke.Licensed.7851. Prompt I, PAINTERS AVAILABLE-Free *.tl-: W.U Dn" and Pump price In one only Mill and . IAtIUKFD i turpentine. paint erators. ,. ,. . .
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mate Arnold Paint Store. 407 8. Supply. Route W. Central
*. Suddsth Moving A Storage CO. Garden LIGHTS-Just I Had"a": ls4rm4 n .
.. ajtnMXfMr*. W Schools and Instruction I 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154 R8ANDIN AND-ffii8iI Orange: phone 2-3788. Road. Orlando. F.. Ph 7087 yard Smith j'! 221.BER 1 J s 0 '
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and repairing. WELL Co N
EMPTY VAN returning N. Y. points Quality DRILLING-Wa specialize tn j! Orange and Railroad i srr-eiectric refrigera-I
.. AUTO arnoob team to dm*. I ea route. Return load reduced : portable power unit. Established workmanship at reasonable prices small diameter deep well. 2", 2H" ALUMINUM MOULDINGS trimming circulating heater k I CR-.U .
4 nmo CAM 0 J C.ossotoft Instmctor prepares you ratea. United. 243 W. 60th. N. T. bondraV 1935.Insured.Skilled Stevens workman Floor: licensed Bur-!., Fully guaranteed. Call 8300. Assocl- and 3" Can Install :reu1I'and I I and sink rims. 20> off. Southeast ebpn 100 Je. Priced . \.MeMee 44.4 ..
for Biat; Drivers sled Store for service. on lilA plan. Call 726 W. Yale.
. I> Test. Orlando Auto Circle 7-3181. Immedl.t F. Steel Sales Co. 100 W. a a ti t_.
i ** > > 4 I tM I facing Co. Phone 6582. French. : Amelia;
4 . aaat Ma,t $4.>'.. j i arhaol. rail 3.0373. PAINTDtO -Sous* painting 1* aa i Lu"O. F. Pho. 8. |I 2-1442 1 i BREAAT"VGR .-Ex CAMwrr iiiawma* W
ACCOCMTWa a tnslneerlna. High I 18. Laundry Work FLOOR In,. waxiJI.SANDING Exclusive-Finishing.,. cleanj j arc conserve your money. Improve 1 WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIR de- ,'1' ALUMINUM, AWNINGS "oldln,. leatherette.
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your home
i F *** **! **>* $ International Correspon- Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees perI I P. paint safe with Stanley panmpnt. Pickup and drUrf7'.nir. new. moer. diferrnt Hghtweicht-i I Were Iii SO. now 14. LsMtoar p* C ee.iea .**
____ __ .. SchOOL Veteran approved. UO WASHINGS AND IRONINGS-Pleas* I Curtis. C.I 2-3930_for estimates.fclFHIGIRATION . R.unabl. price. Aoher I I' durable Cox-ONeal. 1090 N Orasee. RaUr-
Pc $ s4. Bow.. P. Q. Boi 2t74. Ph 9283.._. I call 517 Piedmont Ave. Qu.llty feet satisfaction T.I.... fl..is..4.to you. who.1..desire... SERVICE Com.mec.1 >j 8.lmce Orante. McElroy's Phsr.. 1251'j, Styled to let la the air. lfe. i BOAT-12 ft: plywood with CAMP tOi '
I 1. tMI b*$ ss4 c.. BAlLROOM DANcING All types facing- Co.;--Established i -since' 1925.: !' and household repairs. I Phone [ the glare and driving rl. Available |' live well p. and Ian 11
*1' AIj i Prttau Iruon oDI,. Call Jan 19. Services Offered__ 1809 N. Orange Are,, phone 7836. Gd 1ort. charges reasonable Ferj,j In variety of Iln ludf oars and anchor t.lwr. ware MlcelaW W Cleee'aWWese
|i IMrate t42i far 'PP01Dtmrne.KIOHe I I .1M. Refrigeration Service.752. j jI Guy Distributing CcIne... G condition Reeves -
I ot.-comllwte ANTIQUX nUt.'frTvRS RESTORED FURNITURE REPAIRED. refinlshed. RADIO 5 DRY CLEANING With de-1' Edrewtter Drive. Telephone 28. i race . Apt 2. Ph Tr. .
.4 .4. 44 Wi your high The best workmanship In the south upholstered. Pick up. delivery. SJRVICE.n Scottyif ROt 2-7. Cs. a. ciWeek. =
i *rao4 dnrttoa at borne la spar i" offered by RUM Mattress Co. 1122 Paula Repair Shop. 2611 East Wash.Incton you hn.R.dl Toublt that'I Cleaners. Ph.lnlce.6O5J.I Pecks Quality I, AIRPLANE JUItLmpl.t stock BABY SCALES BIIMttt. enamel .. PIa *. ._
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models tub
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Amerlosm SchooL Teats estlmatea I HO-O concrete 378
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I booklet Writ American School. TR CrORO I DO pay. Brttt "General Electric I I __ !- suppIieiHalryj214J(. OnD" I I .
._4 .1 OrH P. O Boi 690. Tampa.PATRICIA AWNINGS-Let us help you "ithoa Beach. Orlando Beach. Free estlmitts. i store 356 Ave. Phone COMPLETE CARKTAKTNO e.UVIiUMSC'N j'I f BE-NDX-WASH-N Greens' 565fees C""n.", . .
L mwsta.ss.bi'i , awnlns problems. For' free Kirby Box 887. Coroa. ph. !' 8942 Or'DI I f: Yard syte I I II WIRE= "r tat A-I con- Mi 54. _', 'om ..
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BRYANT chit _J year around. A 38 I dllon. Mrs. P. M. .. ....
4 *1 MI.4u4 estimates can ).fr. MrGeo at 982. 436. i j camellias planted : Irh I I 92 loseS II' ..
1 4a TraisUM la diction speech radio Florida Awning Co. 432 S. Hurney I I 4 I In season. No rncb. Southeast Steel Salfl 100 Rf. T..rs Florida. seed e4.s.Us
MbUr speaUn and dramatic courses. GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS InI I RADIO REPAIRING-Dependable and 1, to small or too large. Write box U W. Amelia teL 21442. BABY CARRIAGE I.el.a.. see. ,
( rail .". Course open Sept. 15.I AWNINGS-Roll curtains and Venetian sUHed. Also sheet metal work of : economical repairs by factory I I: ? ml _. -I'I FAN-36-in.. complete with I Borland Srtnp.. Mrs. i iI :::Sat, Los :- u-os
I4U blinds mad to order. Free any kInd. ventilators chimney hoods.etc. > trained -' ATC r.ldc. :4L
Pa l-4n attemoon
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I .r ereninss.THOOLOP I : tcbnlrlnl. Scottyat I i HIT S MUDERN ROME repairs. I!I I 875. Telephone .
estlmstes. Colonial Awning I 7077 BOAT-11 loot cussewal _
a Co. 821. Phone Winter Park 409 day. Or-i Britta 358 Additions I C7PeS. Good .. .
: REAL tOTAl prartlc Hlllcrest Ave.. Phone J-4612. lando 2-0077 EI.cl" store. :; roofing. Notl. down i i I VENTILATION S -' tlon. condl ''U" ossaNNls.. ,
alght. Dunnagan Metal i N. Orange Ave. 36 months ATC P 11 \k.
i Prpszo for 'I to-pay. if Phone n 2 J'
_: iPi M. .' tuiI atart Broker Sept. 3:and application aal.ameD.a ACETYLENE and electric welding: Co. tone W. Fairbanks Winter Park. I. 842. I i 15026 i for estimate. work guaran-I|I i I I 1 by Colllr. Completely rn1 Jdr.nn. . Aeply PaMcir ..-.L.

.44 d t.I .set b* mali befere that date; 8eer .naeo : work on pump saw mills HOUSES WASHED Screen and BOOnNO-Free estimate 3 years teed A j stalled payment.ia 86 80 with no dowa !!,BEDROOM -SUITE-PractiraBy .... 0.6 44. _
sMe.tLI I> construction machinery I windows. Look like I<' per mcth. Mod.r i I Phonotraph. Phone ) ta*> *M S i
I1p ar at Srhaol all hour for rerlsIteattaHi paint Dle't ; to pay. Work guaranteed. Roll LARGE PALMS shrubs heavy oblecu -<.'Appliances. 428 N Orange 278.I : -of
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I 4.4 I aaaiaUara; 13* L Pins 6U aluminum and brass castlnc. McKln- Fre estimates: work shingles or built up and asbestos moved with derrick 2251."AQUE"The i ii BICYCLES.-Boy's and A-I krtckM $ta* !
M S .I4I 4.P t 4344. per Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. Call Autrey. 8326 II | siding._Smith : 4688 Orlando Nurseries. Call 7847.\ek.I)i perfect water-(I! condition: 12 each. 1504 ir'a for .2 BH3 I
*., 1VrnRIIIG-CoachlDI ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any HOUSES WASHED by Steam-Lax I j ROOF 8nl Jaln& for concrete blocks I I I *I* : Wood".n CAWW
I .. $ } * )t** stab eIl d,.. Former primary teacher.and kind of clock or electric equipment. process look different. Call Steam I REPAINGNe. roofs In 3OGood Places to Eat and an mstonry surfaces. Smith ,i I BmROK walnut : Z..n .at Ps .
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ft M a* 9+mti par* Orwap or Individual rate. Reason- Wa fix ..rrthID,. Barker Repair' ROOM Washing Co.. 2-3625. and lotus .t.l.d. .thIDI. Phone 3-1255 painting. I road Lumber Co.. N. Orange and HsO-1}! SE-. vlctrola 8100. bulbs .
I m aaia krw*. 1 .1I1e. fk. I..J,. Shop. 48 W. Central Ph. 7696.ALUS I I teD you why Estimates free. i, RUGS th CLOVER Excellent food. !I.I U5. 1322, Shorewood. PIt J.4f.
I i lPi* S a** a M*>*t. CHALMXHS SERVICE and HOME SERVICE General UPHOLSTERY CANI Reasonable nJ-prevail at this ; Pat. Lncur D fRI
I i fe* >.* kHHi > I repairs Expert wortm'nlp. flt amn. high: class The best I :
IL Travel Information pans: tractors and power units. New construction. Window screensand n.t.u'Dt. fo' !I BASS VIOLIN bas horn, seMi taM .
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m w Fsnn and Horn Machinery Co.. 40 j caulking ", ". Licensed apd I Ol".nteed .othprfln amee.. Ph. In town the customers I'. Try I ARC \nDr Lincoln Fleetweld The comet 11I''. usibS4.j Si 1JiIp.
.nu'txoRUI. ALA.-Laarlnt Sept.S. W. Robinson: Phon* 2-3713. bonded Dowswell Phone 9522. : 2-29. leenla Co. of 7 8. Cour 1,I for the wilder i:, tAmP clrnt dAD. Arcade.Music ,D =i; s
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I SEPTIC H.ro' william : ShoPI.
; tall 3. Help with driving: exek APPLIANCES REPAIRED TANKS INSTAL and PLANNING a wed- 'i Supplies. 811 N.I Ps1 c. ; j
Fans. LEAKS WEN
LEAKS LEAKS > Oie
-Anybody can : cleaned. baDQU.t Daytona BEDROOM
p44 IId I. .. ,reference Ph. S4T R Winter toasters. Irons and lamps Ph. S186.I fix them. But. everybody can', find In State years reception. dlDnlr Barh. St B.ch F. 1. i i chest SU3 pIe. double I Chaser ..I'
,. Iti $4'I.4L Park befar I ... bUII.I. Call C730. or: party can Lengwood hd. drlfr. Y ,
I Johnson Eectrte Co.. 23 Z. Church. them. W* find them. Ph. 8718. i I .term.u Hotel. Longvood.t I Ul.. .
'i .uTel. 13 for suggestions and prices. I I.I ..I :wv.tJriasdake,..... .!. Pur-j j .rr..tI.---..-.-,. ft-_. .w..or._ .. J




I Market Continues in Doldrums t[! Steers Climb'ln.HeatWave Sanitarium Graduates 20. Nurses




'j WI T *JC IAFI I on the week. The Index showed a 620,000 shares with the Wednes- t1

** tfe* 4jM ff UK* Pt 'I net loss of 1.6 points for the month day figure dwindling to 480,000 a-1 i I :. ..ic---t-: --., ..n i. -. .-.....W'Y... ... .- -,. ... ..
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f 5
and was back around the low of minimum' for a full session since L : .= :: _.., '. ;: _
il"t *4*t't vttlt tftaBnf
hut July i. ,The week's aggregateof Sept. 18. 1944.The direction on

o . four yvara 3.059.320 shares compared with balance was downward Thursday CHICAGO tUPl .
$,tttIT. i 3.073.065 the week before and was' with transactions expanding Cattle prices '? Y

}I . \a4 a bottom for any five or six-day t to 580.000 shares. Pacific Tele- : shook of recent weakness when >! )

t 'stretch since November. 1943. phone rallied as the company was; i the wave was broken this .n

The August total was 14,153- [ granted a rate boost.' American :: week and strictly choice weighty <
H frt* IM fwrth I 4SS shares against 25.472,787 Telephone stiffened. .
Good dividends :
4 steers advanced 25 cents < :
hitting
atna I :
a attvk for July and was a low for any put American Agricultural : "
**+?# 4** 44 w*. *raf' month since April. 1944. Chemical. Abbott Laboratories L 34.50 per 100 Ibs.. a new crop high ;;; :: ; :;

-T4iS4 1M. on .UIt'k I I The market suffered its sixth Thomas Steel and Black & Decker : I at the'ChIcago stockyards.

10 .ate straight Monday decline. with a at tops for 1947. New York & j Heifers climbed 1.00-1.50. bulls I"R.

.. M thft havt bttn IS.2'I 1' fall of J of a point In the average Harlem Railroad fell 12 points on i 1.50-2.00 and vealers 50 ..:. ::. .I"" >...... ..r .:.:.. .w" :..w".'' .n:: ..,, "._,_ k. 8- Ll' U: ;

ms1 meotht. widest since Aug., 8. '' the first cent HUda Jane
Turn'I''I' sale since July 1 and L I The week's I Mare Marilyn Sue & Mis
. top on hogs .
ii a wIaLn am. over of 810,000 shares emerged with a net loss of 10. was Hudak Guthrie Harrelson Doris Keele C..fr .
28.00
.4 end sh.tt I best of the week. Pacific Telephone The list enjoyed its only advance i paid spagl. Mot good j

. . f. and choice 27.25- ,.. .
a I tumbled 12 points at onetime of the week on Friday IP-240 6 ,= :.,. -
iaMin and ended off 9% at the as shorts trimmed commitments (27.75: 262527.00. ; :

_. .ipitttd U pr 'I year's low on word directors would in preparation for the lengthly 280-300 Ibs. 25.00-26.00. Chapel Is SceneFor j ; Winter Park

a . I be asked to omit the next dividend week-end. N

1M .tn r luod it vx for the first time in 20 years. Principal exchanges will recesx \ }:

hrMlMta UW the po t-L At Chicago corn futures dived 8 through Labor Day Monday. Volume : RegistrationForSchooIs : ': .fr Judges Named
., 104 I "
3f4Z cents a bushel permissible limit held
I at the level of the preceding -; Ceremonies :
. MitkH break In for .F '
a day.
session but gains of frac-
? : .
p010 .. Md Tftlun The average was unchanged tions to a point or more were r -. I In Poetry TestTwo


.A.Maut.M frna TOO million.to.tort I I Tuesday covering and by shorts Wednesday stemmed as timid the I was widely up distributed..5 of a point The, best average swing I I Set Thursday I Commencement exercises W : i :I .t b): Winter Park rMtstostta, JBS>
I j
be held at 8 p.m.this ,
05 011 J .f a point at tide.4 TuPMIIV'. ..tlvtt.v I'lln it. .tnom .,,.,.. tC. I evening : sie Rittenhouse Bernard Ml to-

-' r Public shol children of Orange the Florida for 20 Sanitarium and of Hospital the-. K: d, ,. M.. .i 4f ..- "':.:. : lalle GroYtr. aft .

II looking n-l I 1 I I ready County for another register year Thursday of I School of Nui.i gauat LililarPanllne : Opal Edward I its Florida 8ch8 *a. -


I at Industrial South Latin"ritin and other and 'frills rea'and wth I I i i This exercises will which the began graduation Friday --<- Howard Allison Host Wrirht I I.more-Rader test which OHM PeeUy Oct. I._.fI..

evening with

ATLANTAfAPJ Soot two years I lor continued, "many people Interested commented that the Federal Re-- for\lth the high the school exception group.of future service in Winyah a Chapel consecration on the Cloth Prices !:I Exchanges Shut ami said yeatetdaf.

*fi** V. Day a Federal econo- I of the Sanitarium god. when Elder Not more UMI a .
Bank noted In 1943 new Fern Creek
serve
In the South's industrial : I -
f*** ft critical rye over the':I development believed that the "The wartime additions to man-. I j I I School, dealt with in a separate C. E. College, hi SouthernMissionary Declines Noted For Labor DayNEW entries of hat* _

P4iagEI bttftutrUl body and i ufacturing capacity in the South- i, article In issue, elementary Tennessee, should be BMUfc . l I
Insnd the imderbeath the rich wartime Industrial expansion' students Ihs I was the speaker. Yesterday mornIng ATLANTA [API .Buried in the ,. YORK tAPJ Financial
east has been planned for a war register Thursday Tuttle. GmrtjrwiStudents .
fl iested m the war yean was might give the natural but slow!'' economy. at 8:30 a m. baccalaureate service was Federal Reserve Bank of Atlan and commodity exchanges

KM*** JUWw-thoucb not as development of "While some of the new ca- At Orlando High this held at the same place with Eder ta's monthly business report was throughout country and Can wf Hie Np4
the region's Indus- Sol F. O. .. .
***** M 4$.*) had hoped hour will be reserved Saunders president of th grades h M *4 .

tt it* fner two articles ap- try the impetus it needed. i.1 1"The readily paclty into undoubtedly a postwar economic will fit with juniors reporting at 9 andsophomores Carolina Conference of Seventh th cheering item for consumers: ad will b closed tomorrow. La- Rath UMI, ** ft W.

to tt e monthly review of war would bequeath the ,i structure, most of it will not '> at 9:30 aim Old I Day Adventists delivering the "Apparently the saturation pit bor Day with the exception of St. Miami.

tAinl Hewrvc Bask of At- South a greaUy enlarged force of :, students actually already reg-' sermon. The 'Souter CaeI' for cloth prices was reached during the Minneapolis cash grain market Kaae. . 1M .
Sc c *Bit Charles T. trained labor." he : i istered. but a Quartet sang Te should be BMrit** .6 wMH MiW
Tay- wrote | And that says Taylor seems to they receive class Saviour. Had te the Spring because some declines High school pnae to m. m
t. *M 1JM.0 0,060 In Oorernfcada facturing faculties that could be ::: be coming true.The cards registration day. in cloth will
vast expenditures -: o I I Last night was Class Night with prices have ben The Minneapolis market the tower IT*** 61$.
converted
and .OOOO in and a more experienced for a'rplane Students coming In from noted In
: plants expanded I spite of increased from 9 noon
sol open
l
fMritfttt capital was cpent during industrial management. Last but ,,, shipyard facilities plus new shipbuilding i outside Orlando were asked . M Mae Harrelson. Evans-. I prices." b help speed a. ut grain

f** "r t* ti Hnd lusting plants' I not least It would leave the region .-. facilities not to mention I ', R Boone, principal to see Miss dent's. Id. delivering and the presi- The bank also noted "cot- from elevators. 0 Red Men Meet TuekMkbce

fat tt Icosthesit or to build new more actively aware of the the vast ammunition and ord- A Bruce regtar. at the sen adds M1 Sara valedic Conger ton consumption in tht States : The London stock exchange will -
contributions that manufacturing high : Col geale. .as Or* tf .,
Improred r
nance marking plants, are finding bo gift | declined during for the sixth operate usual
w. axrrrr. that an could make to its progress . ." either no place in the peacetime Thursday, a there will tria Te ca was a 9x12 i consecutive Ju. a meet Tuesday Mtemal I .. .

4.soke44.n was not neees There was evidence to support : economy. or a greatly re- time that day to register them. fot used the which will be j HH. t. JiIIfta w .

= *>M tH try economic ruch a belief Taylor said. as. emD1oment !> duced one. On Friday all Seno High the enlarged on Sanitarium flagpole In front of I 1 Florida Fidelity Storage Named records. .

,. ht Instead was during the war years in While much of the wartime expenditures School students are report to This evening the building. Herefords Enter Sales Programs for tte _

k t. .. IJ1If'pOte Industry rose twice u high as the '! would appear wasteful Mslrntd .classes for a son i speaker will be Elder Commencement ; Moultrie Ga. Sale Show RepresentativesAmerican win be arra*fe4.CHICAGO .
H. C.
.! 1939 total In brief. which win end at ; Express Field Warehousing -
4 550.000 when -
*:lai aatertal sjekklypkcta. persons viewed from non
Klement 1
a peacetime of
Atlanta I
entered Students educational [tSpeal *? The Sunday Sent .el-Star1] Corp. has appointed Fidelity .55i0 ..-
. t4 _at. Um Industry for the first viewpoInt Taylor noted that theys.erved Spt. 8. for J Or Mondar secretary of the Southern Uno[ MOULTRIE. Ga. Hiiicrest Storage and Warehouse Co. I*"!. -... _

. plus the old their purpose in winning i fit fu shol Conernc of Seventh Ranch and
without Pinecrest Ranch Mad- sales representative
But I Orlando
even as the lean frame of the war and then registration j' a WlUATIt
went to I
netted on Presentation
UM Geutfeeast say of diploma
some the. Southeast' industrial on Thursday ventts. ison. Fla, are among Hereford for Florida. Ralph T. Reed president -
m bMs la war contracts be body I that some few wartime plants I i have to c W and pins will be by Dr. I breeders who have entered regis- of the announced : _.. Ein
grew fat on work corraton. March
war Taylor b
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were being converted r-rgr. N.' Christiansen
,
readily. j medical
dUe rio tens superintendent tered cattle in the first show and .i Mat u_._ mm
1MtI the tflMrtency char- ( tey of the Florida Sanitarium I 1 sale of the Fall season. to be held July .-_u__ lilt *

.< this najkieyinent.* Tat i t .*saLTs /IT A auutcc CHICAGO LIVESTOCK I f whtjo : and Mrs. Harold Behner. Friday In the Livestock Audi- BROTHER LEOPOLD RESTS ep CORN. _
tie 1
CHICAGO tAPI.WMfJITt CHICAGO AP> USDA Salable bog i Fo high school students who director of nurses. M1' Mae torium here. W. E, Aycock sales LOS ANGELES IUPJ The mechanical Dee ....]* t Lr
Firm nov _. bi4h$ 900. total 2.300 estimated,; compared 1! i Herin will give Msy
COIKt r week ago batcher SO-100 tower most de- courses last Year. entrance | manager said yesterday. age ha come to the rescue JWT =
rmj war cro e tUafc.
OATS: firm aettamKr at -.r bii i elms oa weight .bov. 300 Ibs; sows 1.00- examinations will be given Thursday Nightingale pledge and the pres-* ; of Brother Leopold, 63. who OATS-

82 Years MOO: Ns t nr *tMoy.CATTLCJ I 1.M eatable lower cattle 500 'estimated total I at 1 pjn.. entation will of be awards and scholarships PICKETS RELAX pulled the ropes to ring the the I; Dee.Sept. ::: !UtI .

atomMMKr Mjr. gives; compared week ago; tan about by Miss Maureen i CAMDEN. N. J. tUPl The Industrial big heavy bells at St March -t

IIUK* la week market earlier oa an cattle clascea com I BOYS VS. GIRLS Mael director of the school Union of Marine and Church for 25 years. Panshoners j]I July My __:::- ? m
; strictly choice
UninterruptedDividends vent t* 3444 or 2$ higher weighty thin ; It has been estimated that twice'I nu. Shipbuilding Workers [ICIO1] sup- presented the church with a pushbutton ,i BAJUZY----
PLANNED INCOME week new huh o* crop: an other I' as many boys as girls Member of the class are: plied six pickets at the New York system and Brother Leo Dec ... -

I grade last 1DO-200 seeks -alchcr.*-"".active decline la: regaining heifer I victims in road fie. a,. Miss Pauline Allison. Washington Shipbuilding Co. yard with comfortable pold now rings the bells sitting ronu.'ISIf.. .___ ---211 - M
; Sara .
PROGRAM 109-l.M BUhcr. instance more: cow flat i eight times as many boys girls I Conger. College- beach chairs. dow March, _. . ,
ollar 9K bulls -. higher vealers are drowned. a dale. Tenn.; Miss Ma Dorris, -- - -
sinewS U M fclgben light stock cattl !
closed fully M ... with supply smsn.next BlOmgn Id Mary
91 **** *14 C..p.sy- CURRENT highest smite os cboie su I t I I I Ontario.- Can
YIELD5to5Y2 c* after 3450. HeIk Tornt.
..... ab.JstIty paid far si* loads was 34.23; 1070 tt.yearttacr marketing a,.rUDI and the first .I M L Howard Pur- ; Golden Rule Crowdsson's
Sttf A..tiuu it.- reached 34.00. also abort toad .11 aIP.nt. .tel Spring lamb 'I year Helen Days Bring
s *t CUM*. on Ib. offering at 34 M short load ..ID dn.ad expanded m.terl Ten Huda
Isis k ss alvtTI.W. % I 1211 Ib. kosher heifer 32JO; light heifers fe. a..lter Ia.b and Dt. Bound Brook, N. J.:

srmd I In load Iota < 30.71. with mixed effertna-a. laughter classes held m.lnl$0 hllb.r,other. Hust, N. M.; Miss Jane ; Men's Shop. prwMiret Capit
Floridians
r .. D, ., however te 32JS; good aad chotc weighty though .1 Cent flocked into Dollar Day last July. which wa
wl
U mlrt.on ewes Center Mich. AIIII ,
0 fteera closed at 2'00-34 00: comparable .lallht.r Gute. Bre ; Orlando event Merchants
VUM.Ivt very yesterday In in itself outstanding
$ a I I an
t yearliaa at 27.5O-32SO; sImilar ,r.de'IIpl1.ra .D..D tp paM for turn tff
leeds ., Magie HaJn Evansville response to only many cuM am
( 24.OO-30M. most medium steer .m.oa. choice 93-103 the Golden Rule believe every merchant who entered
..!,"., Analysis anD .2UIC; commas kind 1800-194)9: of fb. these Washington sorted Bering I.mb with most Ind.; Cedar Shopping according to a into the town but also maw jt. .
M strictly good light stocker Io.rate. some coed Grove, Ten Miss Mary Scaly, Dan wholeeaI -
,20
check
spot customers.
U to faaaemMre Investors. grade tort-out here. event
.
* *
common kind 1400-n.OO; 8pl I Windsor, mercht bneit frm it"
STAN COMSTOCK supply cod te cbolc heavy lambs went for laughter at 23.83 9th \ Oto. Canada and James B. Yowell- of Sears-,, "We had very g.edbe .
feeder 23.OO-2CM: cutter cows closed at foe It averaging. .,aD 1 Edward Island, N. Y. Drew-Irey Keit of Mcorda. said. "Trafft *M At
22 75 the Roebuck
; 1400 .01.. : tat
li.,4n.t a-ritieo down: strictly aood beef cows ba I DHar Da-
ALLaN C0.NWESTMENTS reached 21.00 inset beef cow 15.00.1150 23 85. Utur* MtlTe price SpHoa :: BANKS WORK Orlando Retail Merht Assn/s the Golden Rul Days b same as teA .
paid I
5
7S Lake Davis OrivoPliOM during week and most sausage bull late freely all : DAYS : planning MerchantS to OaVe*
the '
Unease from aud-wekk an
&IOS-ToIotBe D S MRa la week 17. -I'2J. with ovtsld at 19 M ':i I grading common on.to liberal .hr I Ii OLYI Wa IUP1 The : event was satisfactory sid j i mae though event handicapped I'I Colonialtown reyawsaytec .
highest slIce test October beet bull re. / high i I .
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60: several toads good i to stay. ttbfmidtown
0rIa. 20.-:.. butcher kind 24.OO-2J.00 I! arouad and choice banks The I every :'! by our current remodel- |I sponse.
9O-10O
*>ros ituifl realcr 24JO. mostly 2400 ft". moat ..alua car medium J 1.52.u..r 00.. t in Washington recently 8 "We noted many people from Ing." he said "we had more traffic ''- appeared t4) -. a .
T.'W.bsoo .. ._ I[alaoshur calves 18.00 dowa reachinc i with .a dosed their doors out of are*.
XtMkk 0. I medium f town
a. L. 1100: and better at close. 1.511.SO n&l.. in o Saturdas' among the splendid in the than anytime sc i,I
$ U* *H Member NJLSD.D SeJsbl sheep 1900 atttmaUd total Dot 1.511. S.SO.aood common and to choke medium 330- law keeping with .a rwd" he sid "We counted the Dollar Day sale. We al e- The next nest .6

. TeL t-1771 <-a Raacft ru. J'i given: compared eDt' : receipt se.proilnately j 7 00. few yearling breeding e"f good and i requiring the institutions to the trade pect equally! good response fo the shopping cafes**** nil:311
M per larger thin the j i i ehoteg 18 00. coiBBsrsbl | be op Monday through area around I Opening on Sr* M.
previous period das Uitaiy n.d t.0.A' o Tan Opening.
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f KM fi88.iiifH. rani I H. Article for Sale 23. Articles for Sale 33.!___Article for Sale 35. Fuel OO and Wood 45. Apartments for Bent Wanted to Rent 51. Boua for 8aJe Jtmtbay JttttttntlSttarORLA.1IWO.

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,I rammAtJl&ft.. Good running OUTBOARD MOTOR-.New 10 8TEAU JENS I-High Ilk FUEL OH. A fan tank 1 amfcr. f TRENTON '15. .
J. pressare. STEER 91554-Apartment OR HOU8B-Pnmlsbed 1 or 2 COLLEGE PARK-Recently constructed
Aftfcle for f ___ewadlttoa._Must tilL 473 8. Oracge.rVXXITTJXk l'nd.. Orlando: Wad Co new. new motor. 2 years old. H Pliant 8021. Rave your tank fined famished two rooms and for aUddieased couple. 3-oedroom frame bungalow. Tile FLORIDA

-.5.v tad ased. Pat OmCE CHAIRS typewriter original cost. Ed Mayo. 101 .. Mala. A larger tank Insures heat oa coldest bath. Electric refrigerator. references Reasonable. Call bath and kitchen drains. New ...- AUGUST 31 19U PAGE I

...,. Ms4 baa ..d aaa and save 18 to 25 per cent table. 4X6 a.lnl Pb. 9782. mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service 1 Bob Mfll*. 41.1 lit. 5.APARTMENT vie kitchen equipment iacladed. ,
l
.s, *** sum* Umber .5 rar Purchase. Bass Furniture Credit. 21 W. Pine cblt OAK .WOOD AH length 816 per MODERN FURNISHED APARTMENT OR-HOCSK-Wanted Price. 89700. terms Mr. Bryant with :
& lr. i 3 room. screened porch, end lr
I ** -- - Co_ .629 W.__Church St. Phono 5820. St SINDPlaia cord this week only. Phone 4406. I ..r..e.50- month. Box 964 i by Orlando business man and wife. : Herman Goodwta Inc. Broker 677M [ 5L Houses far Sale
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OTEN3 for oil I
I ,- t.u k II.j. FLOOR .tn. Stock m 8-8tar. No children. Ne pets. i, BO children ao peta. Box $4& S- Orange; 9659 I
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TIiUY0.-Conzy.wsfl SO eludes end '
on Sew
kitcbea kMct
TOUT around tb* new Star. states
: . ,. S Baeal 37. Fertilizers and Soils CITY LDnTS outside ea paved ,
per foot printed Bnoleum Bumby Hardware. 102_W. Cbarca. American sink. New design new ON DUBSDRXAO LTvKS Attractive bungalow, cemptotaty fwraia
98* 50. rtrd also breadltU. At W14'GU beauty HOME WANTJDJ bedrooms farDished. i street. 2-bedrooai block bungalow. ,I wtth fzrnttate aM
new features construction new A.IM
new
OLD 2 utilities
- VIOLIN-Exceptional Instru COLD bedroom apt. Heat garage:
SMOKE km worms ar .
..aa. army Will pay 1100 a month. Block garage. 2 years old 86250 with
H8MmV 841 af tJM gmMl AMAett*, meDt H. W. Liens Rout new conveniences. Drawers gild I Ioa chinch bug tn lawns and help : 886 oa kase. Adults. Can at Phone 9555.MOUSE I I I edoipmeat. l>t bathe, I.ar_.
1 Immediate _. C. P. Sbaavjway.
I I
.. ..* tt9 ***$.s e4r. OE-"OraD4.." white pOlIo 710 Holdea Avenue. plastic tildes silent effortless. I I grass make uick comeback. Tb best 90_Weber. I aad screened porca. aaafegut ue
Double waS sound deadened Furnished 2 bedroom : Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 2..J212.1I Loots and attached 611 MM
a* ,wS. Oviatf ot ala fialah. Standard also BOW MOTORS Dealer for I doors and safest lawn treatment 906 Brook- I II I | .
r m. T ,' |lw8 W, Wa*- available at Bumby ... 102 OVA Flambeau.- 2tL andS and insulated. Drawers of 1 piece. ;I haven Dr. 6314. MAN TO SHARE APARTMENT with 1 I Adatts. no peta. Best references. i COLLEGE PARK-Modem 3bedroeai'home I i terms. Mr. Bryant wIth Sonata

w. Caarca.OA8 H.P.lW 11' steel rounded corner and for quick | another business man. Hitches City or suBarban._ Box 561 SStar.HOUSE of cement block construction Ooodwia lac Broker 671 X Ore***.
117.: Famb.1 Sal. & Service cleaning. BIGGER LOADS of better dirt. For Priri'eges.: Telephone 8498 11 ajn : '' 9.53.
4t.. .1 a.urOa-Waalc Chef 81 W. 1 easy -J or 3 bedrooms furnished ji j located on 100-ft. lob 2-car garage i i ii i
ia used prompt service can Lee 2-0791 I
106p.m.
25.OVA Walter J. Wilcox Inc. 61 X. Robinson _
: i or nfaralshed. If possible la i Asbestos roof. Owner leaving DELANEY
m* tt .. c. p... Si..I rmdiuoa 40. 839 W. Central Ave. i city. 8T. 1639-1 lI
MOTOR Ertnrude ::1 I Founded 1936. FILL and rood rich top soiL flgli5Py.edPbone I vicinity of St. James School pear '10onaa available. ACea Jobaloo. -
I ear garage lissloded: capOte
*< <* tW4M*. 8-311. Telephone 2-3460 . I
SIls starter, full ree. ., 2-4093. I 46. Houses for Rent }I Lake Lola or bas service to that Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 8512."Speclall plumbing: '. veneUaa Sheds mvcladed
.ur Perfect '!
.tr Pue-H ..s-A_ ORINDER Electrto bench irinderstspl.ii c4dti Phone 2-1n S.t TOP SOIL-Lawn* graded grassed. I POint 2 daagbters and 13. Will sing la Homes." Fratt and shade. Owner
or 'CASSJLBERRT-wodena I j I Ii I
\ 2 wheel 814.95. centipede Eberhardt 2-O620. two room guarantee exceptional care and aa- '
grass.
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Kao* .tene Ce< 29 E. Pine Phone OIL HEATERS-"Alien" American f STEAM CLEANER Kerrick. Has Just | i I couate. Lake privllet First ,,I keep of property. Sax Ml 8-atar i COLONIALTOWN'-Custom baQt

"It _ _ _ 1-3163 Sunflame and Monogram fuel been thoroughly reconditioned Hol I I, house on Speedway Road I 3 bedroom famished or I DUPLEX CLOSX W-Rea4y ttr or-
38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds !I HOUSE-3 or more bedrooms. Permanent 11.1
o Bished. cupancy la about 34 day Cameat
i oac floor, tile bath sink.
rII 4 3 .. ':1. j beaters In several Knox Chevrolet Co. 119 W. Central
.IL i 1 MCE. anfarnished tacew |I, business maa and family. '
". ,. ML.a4 or. au RANGES-City er tott .. I Co. 29 Pin. Phone ; II bouse nMllBcbe Highway at :; Row save money deal with owner. tile steel easentea lad>*, tie
E 2UG. tier I AZALEAS. for II. crotons. SOc.]I or br Oct. 19. Desire lease. JMcCrta. I LasS Moan Vernon Avenge. i: slEs. tile bath Each Me hM two
4 waist high broiler. Walter J. WUtwa. I OUTA. MOTORS-Used. Alto I and 79c. Flam In Tb. Woods Bithlo for rent. Phone 131S. Winter 31 Galls Ave. Pb. 7141 i 1 I brtieom Lane wefl Mratad aaraor
. 'i-i1 dcrtrlcal cutouts sloe 1936. Orlando 81 each. 29 Park. CLAY ST. SECTION-This i* a daady. -
,; outboard Australian pines. each ,I RESPONSIBLE COCPLE-"D t lot. Brand new AO citrate knrnen
. SsL 1W I Mirtne 2709 N. Or.nl. i ISEWI5O UACHTAES Factory rbmlt. *- I I'I punk trees 82 each. Above are special I LOVELY furnished 5-room home ea rent house suitable as guest home. fining 4 bedrooms beauUfal large oak living floors andI all I i equipment and apace heater iar'.a*-
QARAdX DOOR OPENERS I for this week. Colonial Nursery lake Boat privileges, retired eoup' I room. ,' ed. Price8I9JOO with .,.
] Auto- ORGAN-Estey. Good condition 839. 'I guaranteed like sew port-I Tear leeonBox 470_S-SUr._ _ through 2-car 4-room and pellet
garage.
.UIIIa6o I mauc. Tea can open and close I Can be seen 604 Bract St, 'i able and console. Al Wiggins 6247. 1506 East Colonial Drive. :* preferred. Years lease 8123. ,, RESPONSIBLE-EMPLOYEE Local bath apartment above. Priced Msht. Hartew G. Fredrick. 11* .. 0..
door without even touching them. timmee. X i For appointment phone 5015.I I Ii | Ave Dial 515$.
-.' I I CALLADICM. HIBISCUS. Surinam 1 I 't..rma.
SAW-7" table and motor com- firm want Famished or -anfarnlshed Roper Realty Church end
saw .
I. >a\na Lumber. Co. 1.. Orange. and PT OL XR..tYI. iete. 879. Can 24543.SILHOUETrESMeny cherry marigolds amnias. C. J. 'i iI I i WILL. RENT.-Oar I room and bath i i'I, house or apt. Girl 3 years. Male: 23433.CA.crRAL >, T.'S Great to Live ta Orlado
Sel1iesd.iiAiii4oUlZroos. I I Williams. 1411 E Concord Ave. 1! famished home from Sept. 10th''
I. . .. Harvey Satth. 6S8 1 to 5.
.ty. decoratlv ATX. E.-Attractive white.
*.* team* AH kuMt i i 100 H. P. tiPs I and met, furniture. f silhouettes. Made designs of :!!i EASIER LILY BULBS blooming ': to Nor. 10th. Laying hen left with REFINED BUSINESS COUPLE, mldj 1940 built frame bungalow. Nestled1 1 DELANEY'I ST. (Jug oID-hn.
a -
pINS T venictl. 4 cylinder per Western kinds Store alumtj I j I, Ucant. P. O. Box 21. frame borne. Clow to scikoa.
Cactto Vanetf ,, EXtra Co len t Foil OIIc! 1: num. finished black with numerals sue 81 W. T. Home. 806 j', die .. wish apt. or small house. beneath the spreading branches of a I j stores cburehes bull ta
tpeelflratlon K9 3401. Lucerne Terrace. Orlando. 1941 Goad
>. __ r _: i' i li* en* 100 KVA. ea KW. 720 RPM. M.lt.Dd to mat h. Knox Stores Cox. 23 X. I II |i PRIVATE HOMX 3 bedroom farniched < We are yearly.. Sabartaaa oltl Ph. great oak tree 2-bedroomg and I i' sited rooms iacasdlac NMnta

t. I**** 2J8 ,sit.. 3 I i tJprUht W. W. ; Pine Phone_23163. ''i I POEfSETTIA PLANTS.-75c. Papaya I' modern kitchen roomy 2-1107. ''! screened porch. Attached garage I beater rooat. 2 bedroom BeIng
phase. 3 wire 60 cycleelteraeUBg KbaI
'11 . k i used. 1* for (25. loc screened porch good yard. 8129 oa I Ii with till i mem.
bsSltISS i A I Plants ea.; other plants. Gar- WANTED laundry: bath and drain 1
by Utilities '
dining kltebeti
SETS Pistol'np :. employee tad)
SAW room boil
camel
I *+ .-... enerator with I W. St. saw sets. dinera. Pine i I i kase. l2iOjsmajo3.vd..Orlando I 1 11I0.
Ok Castle.21843.PLPPLJS KItchen
equipment iacladed. Price
_ _ _ I bedrooou. '
atsoclated !!!!uOt1es._Pb. 9086.OAA . I I Made by -Stanley. .. Knox near Ivanhoo plant. Tel' Plenty of closet etc Hsrwwood Baers.
8M W. .' : I't' .4141 POULTRY NETTING Oarde and : Stores Co, 25 K. Pine. Phone 2-316X I II' I
ITl ) 8Tw-i** RHOIa 3P mahogany i, yard tools, mall . galvanized variety. 1. B. Mann. LakeI in exchange for Gainesville i PHARMACIST wants lea for Room 4. Central Arcade. Ph. 7407. ft. frontage. XxcefieM niabsnrifis
to '
SPACE HEATERS-OIl bam.'ng. Ail j
S .. dt At suite. 850. i Economy Monroe. Fla.SHRUBBERY. rentaL Sept. 19. 1411 Henry St. Ph. I Furniture
'pace .. miscellaneous chin tub bUlt Co. sixes for immediate delivery Or- I I I permanent residence. 2 or 3 bed -Famished. bedrooms ecu be boacM for only
Wf .--. .4 .WsM. 'table. etc. Winter 33 Cub; 9217. I' lands Appliance Co. 210 H. Orange I I Lane selection to'' 2-8501. room furnished house. Vicinity .f city and school bus 16950. terms. I' . down. Science less tkaa Nest

PtiC w Arm MrpTa*. Pa Park PUMPS electric deep and shallow Ave. Phone 4537. II I beautify roar home. MusselwbitoKpr GUEST COTTAGE-One room and St. James school. Bare <2) children Betty Trent Evans. Broker. 349 N. Exclusive with wm. K.. wita

.,'* 1 W* ..4It"w" OAS I 1I'el Ear nothing down ertCTtt X Princeton bath. For farther Informal* 7 and 11 POOD 9113 Mr. w. 1. Orlando Ave. Winter Park. 618. 1. Daniel Kolsr. 286 S. Mala. S-438S
E. p.7meDt EAWS-Wappat portable electric. A., or .,U. P.s. Tb. price win
.' .t. ret. .TOV& rtrler.tr utile telephone 2-0135. Llndrman. ganrlae
e. .ub. pr mOIt ad, few for immediate delivery. Wil-I i' TREES--Or.Dn. several and nice | : you and I conseteatioaaly Better taoa
.aA Well
many Drilling COLLEGE PARK New
.tt .t: Other house Winter 8up1. lard & Kelsec. 709 N. Mills colonuOtowi. I sise Telephone 2-7364. i irCNKRAI. I I REFINED middle-age gentleman win masonry to be one of my best aOtraca Mi
*tn* 1 a** \r M .al at 1051 N. Orlando 'i OTIs Garden Rd.. Imil phone 5138. DESIGNS a specialty. Cut share his comfortable home reasonably APARTMENT OR HOUSB.-.rornish- home on corner location- Six recent montho.DVPLEXErand.

,-. .** 94*. A!*. .. tl>.uiderpacs.GAIOWIZ I| Vista Orlando; phone 7087. TOOLS Post bole diggers shovels i: flowers corsages and wedding with congenial employed couple ed. Year round. Phone 2-4729. rooms consisting of 3 bedrooms Ul.bath. I

N to ... .. j jI I PUMPS-All type; irrigation Peggy Jo' Gardens. 2319 N. OrangsPhone having no- family connections in or' S screen porches large living-
MOTOR-Three and luS, stem fork*, weed cutters rates
domestic. dining room combination with fireplace ; new cemeat kiel
ODe Orlando.
Florida near Conveniently located '
=.-nt, I i I (aarter horse. 879. Same 'I t.a hoes hedge trimmers. Wyckofl t 2-1727. > WOULD TOO BE whiling to vacate' ,
as new. J Co. 630 W. Church; ph. 6118. IHd. i circulating beater, electric refrigerator big i kitchen with plenty ..1I la excellent locatloa. Ciiemeai
WoMrow Fla. '! .. 2524 KuhL SILIIS-New. fresh stock "Ferry' ** year 3-bedroon. 2-bath. wen heated cabinet and Extra large 1 windows fun tUe batta.
.. rtq .w\ L".o. PIPE-Portable I lock I private bath. No objection to 1 home for 3 months. Feb1 i I I work space flees win
JIDtDd'lp garden and flower seeds. Just received. January. 1 attached famishing amplei brine la nice resist Lea
Alu-isa 90-foot : Joint for TABLES-Cypress. Used. In good met child. bat no servants overnight garage laaa %
-- .Lco. = greed. Special JDal, Florida grove 'D .I condition. 53 X 30 and 35 X 35 in. Knox Store Co25 X. Pine. guests or pets. In replying glv :flCD in return for a good i I laundry and work space Metal case- cash required oa the pulse wf 816.-
I 8.1. tCI Pipe Supply CC. 630 I 1810 Phone 2-3163. Miss Fuk with O'- I meat windows with Venetian blinds. 000 00. Ask for Seine Heasom
4Ip4 s. J Service. corner Boon 6118 Ilk Mstnoii fn.l particulars as to family with you Earra-Mcore. 22380. j|I with
Qt..4. Lv.. Jartsea. Iu. >'hardwood floor Insulated ceiling Mettle William. Bealtor A WewtWashiattoa
i I "'ABLELAPS Inoirect light for place days and hours of employment -
PWER-uI- Continental 39. Livestock; and Supplies and whether have and gotten to the roof. This hoase St. Pboa 8164.
: GAS RANGE-Roper. Excellent conoiUoa. en reading. Give away prkof 145. you car. Houses lor sale .
"I SMSf.Sii,31E. I and t built the weald want It.
Idua Box 569. Sentinel-Star. way yoa
141 and CIS
Furniture CO.
Caa to sees at 1866 Cor- Orlando .
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trial I 1
.. .*. t l.tUttl. Florida W. Church St. ''CARTER BULL SERVICE-We also ADAIR PARK-6 rooms s3 large). Occupancy about October 15th. price DITBSDREAD 5BCTIOt -ism" >-
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j41$ .m ..t4 I 'I.rPat. _ _ I Eupply .. f Church St. 6118.I haul cows. Dial 116 ask for 3ZR12 47. Rooms for Rent Lane screened porch. Famished 612.750 00. Harlow 0. Fredrick. 118,' bedroom. Z bath bwawairw wtth
1 TILE bath and kitchen ia rustproof ,, '
toolset PORTABLE I your (' betweensem.andipin. N. Orange Ave.. Dial (181. lan
eft .. Mat AM. I : Ic-CHESTS--Thermo* PermaUle free cstimatea. i' home. Oak floors. City sever aarase Picture window tretxar poem .
Oreea 12$. Little 8iae Lake Brl i Jut and lets. Smith I Central Florida Sa.ej.;: .2323 N. Or- HAY Northern Timothy A. E. AMELIA AVE: 42 x.-LUht boas*. and paved street. Prtc 612.630. "It's Great t* Live ia Orlando" ,! House facing (sit course oa let MOw150 -

_1tt D.. ba Pb Lumber Co. N. Or sage and RIlad] Humphrey. Rt 2 Box 343-A off I keeping and bedrooms. Very clout Mortgage of 67000. Payable 660 per Entirely carpeted. TeatUaaI

M =0,. i PORCH PraeI I !.fle.plai6546.- Fairbanks renue. End of Adansoa In. Baby allowed ph. 2-7U81. month. Wilbur Strickland. Broker :' CLOSE ';&dwj'Jjfroola bangatow. I i biiBds. gas better attic ta* Thto a)
HOME FHEEZERS RKH't. TABLE WARS-Royal streamlinestainless nicely and fully fur the first oflertnc at ills baau
KelY.t.j tlcally Fnrnltnr Street. COLONIAL DR 115 X.-Single. IS, 23 W. Church: 6675. very aatf
1 new at I steeL Knives forts.spoons. Landscaped. 611300.Terms.CavenaBghRealtors.j430 for oatek talc price to
nished. Garage. S13J88 IYc4
n.lb. Co4 141 and 615 W. Church 86 and 88. Double. '10. CwaUertaalyfurnished ,
JERSEY
Mr war. Department, 1031I I etc. In acts or open .tock.l ._ Carrels Broker 118 E. Ceatrak Fa.
.$* wM 84 tltatr bedI I St: year old. At overpass en Hi- newly decorated.4tiL.StnaiI'. j _|iCOLOMALTO'MN
> I W. Church. Knox Stores Co, 25 X. Pine. 1 I Only"lew 8561 or 4325.DELANEY .
_ _ _ _ _ blocks
PAINT Which way 441 M X. Kersey. Rt. 1, Apopka. : : ANGEBILT -
-' ..>a m.*,r eie*. gives a 2-3163. CHURCH ST.. bed-!
L 844 W $ait. i HAIR CLIPPERS Pfena I plaster like finish. See It lM.atJ1 i f Florida i I room, next bath downtown goodper from shopping center theatre etc.IS .
I! tD type hair I and Nebraska.PLUMBLES VENETIAN BLINDS 3 days delivery. WANTED secticn. Only 84 week. I Frame two bedroom and sleeping story, 3 bedrooms. 1** baths. 2-
TO J
BU*-Livestock. Beef. < Ji
.1' I Hardware. 102 W. Church. I Way bur cheap blind when you I porch famished open rear porch car garage lifetime root oak Doors. I IoU SCHOOL OBTR1CTi
. ... a.d 4 :i HEATERS-Large selection of oil j i I FRLSND-SOc. Lead roof can get the best for last a few cents I veal and hoc. Best price paid. CaB j i, CLOSE 15-Nicely furnished first'' screened front porch electric kitchen. beat. 2 fireplace 5 citrus trees. i! Brand new 3-oedroom kwote ctI

# 4,.,, S a. U a. j baminc circulating beater Buy f flanges. 2 In. and 4 in. Pipe fit- 'I mere? Made ia Orlando by Charlesat 24838. f floor room. Adults. Breakfast prtw1-' Lot 100x135 moss in at one if TOO Large 119x140 ft. tot. Vacant move alee lot. Paved street. Tracy a loretr

SS. SS4)PUI. j 1 early and be prepared. Bumby Hardi tings plumbing supplies. Wyckofft 1802 Ldgewaterlir..Ph. 2-0455. WORK HORS-Also saddle horse. I i leg. 315 Marlposa St. elf Liberty. I! have 66900 cash. right Price 816.500 famished to' borne for only 86860. 813M cask

_:_ HI ... .,4. eft L 0. i cur, 102 W. Church. i I Hdw._2524JCuhl.i ._ _ I VACUUM CLEANERS "Universal"I Cheap. W. E Chapman.' Et. 3 Box 'I CLOSX'lN- 03- l.t'lninoD Very Hall Bros. Aiency Realtors 112 .. settle -ta or we believe aa offer i i> payment. Be sore to see this home

I 1 i i PLYWOOD -Beantifnlly grained ee-1 I with aU attachments. Bumby 166. Vlneland Rd. i attractive rooms. Twin Orange Ave, TeL J18. for a little less will take It. See Geo. before you bay. Trade wttfc ..

..tta aririiiia I. DI sal-to Radiant fit into type fireplace.city I'Or-" dar for ptnelllnr. 4 z a theea. wsre. 102 West Church._ Hard-I 20 WHITE New Zealand sad 10 j' CLOSE IN-Large Q' bedroom -j t 1I P. Brass Realty Co. 19 Central: Louis G
p ,. Ik StSti I lead. Appliance Co. 210 N. Orange ;' Mills and Nebraska I, VENETIAN BLINDS-The best heavy weIght Chinchilla rabbits with private bath and cai I AVC._Fb.231S5i I 2-14M.

PSSt c. )4 I Ave Phon* 4537. [ PAINT-*5io gtl. outside paint for I no more at Adams. 919 W. for sale with tutcbts. Stock is i i trance Phone 2-4645. AMELIA AVE., 1624 E.-New 5 roomborne. CONWAY SECTION-Weekend spe-i i

I. w .II. F 84. 0. Other bxrraln. Arnold Paint Orlando Ph. 9550. breeding ate. hatches of uniform ILObS 4 I 2 screened porches lane ', ctaX New frame bungalow on 9 I

..---ut: i UCIPXTAHED.-$4o. Oas bt water t Store. 407 BOnnie, 23786.POWERMOW&ftSClJutou. I I construction. Five for 8bO or 8323 .. 1N-lairy. loner .PrLDaa.T. lot. niece to school and shopping ceo- acres toed garden land. Only $ [ DELANEY SCHOOL $WT80t.s.e
I double beds. 631 .
gaL tank. $ Tele WATER SYSTEMS- er Piao i =
elltral.1 takes all if
cold before j| to
Tuesday AIM. I *. casa. Harold T. Cuadlcl. stores and bus. completely fara-
KesMnatle .
roiachnr.ADAIRSgC'lION
4 cycle j I I Farm St.CASSALBERAY ?!!
for farm home _
er |
.tlr odd tot of utility stock and hatchescheap I' 37 W Central I i libel S room hause. Larae and airy
.ir. whirl wind type. 816250. Used W. Robl _ _ j
Machinery Co. 430 -hg. 2-tw4nxMA
ISO A. 10. VO. Tulytsl on Oar<. Rd. H i Aisles Lodge | !i bedroom nest caaveaant near
m' i'' 30 and 40 .suTJ cttr. Orlande Ing.pOmo.efl.phone 9r64.PUMPSPitch.84Q. up. Orlando Weld-I 1,I WHIZZTR M6TOR mile west of Orange Blossom TrajL i American Plan HateL riding horses I Ifiahipt. Ii frame butialov. Garaic. 2 tots. AU I! COftWAY SECTION New concrete wood j PUBS. Price fumtolM 8wTS9. VOm
e:1'B block house. 2 bedrooms
AppUaoc CoInc.. I. Orange I 1 A-l condition. cash. 1629 I MOVE YOUR-SHOW and-race ho--n 1 1I i hunting la season. Winter j tracuvcly proud at S1SO- terms. Mr. cash win handle. Phone A. T. 'nkwater --
nsItt c.. A.. Phone ._ ;, heavy type for I'I A . 4315. Park 9174-W. I j HaO. Klttlnaer Realty 42 W. Conj floors screened back porch nIcely Carter. 9516. Jaawrson end Carter. .
. 451.nUEE '! in trailer for best result Look ,
.. bard service. Also brat cylinder I i Cord: 20074.ALTAMONTE. finished inside. Venetian blinds near .
: HOME New. Estate. 6 force pumps. Cohoon Machinery Co. i( WARDROBE TRUNK-la good condition at this new 2-horse combination I CLOSE IN 16 N. Thornton. Single j I bus line 860OO. terns. W. K. Price. Realtors. Ta CeaUaLDCPLEX

K-SS. $5S4w nl ft B..la price 6264. Co US W. South $5.jzbeminc |! ; 825. Can kt seen at 1507 trailer at Fair Ranch Peel Ave. and double room Connecting ba'-b i I Real Estate 246 South Orange Ave.

t Thi tst'I .I .1t I It! 1 Virginia Drtve. ____ Phone 2-2324. Private home. 2-3364. j i SPRINGS S room Pa $383.CLOSE : -Princetoa Scaeal $eeUa*>

St' ttStt 8279o regular close f electric Practically WASHING MACHINE Easy Spin FOR SALE-1 work horse 2 saddle i COLLEGE PARK-Room with priI home of asbestos shingle eonstmo Orange Brand flew cemeat block coaotraeUon. -
.. tion. 2 bedrooms IN-4 blocks from
1If' Complete bath and large
arr 61**. Natural Gag and Appliance Co with 43 saL tank. I .
& : ; one story. Each atae
1022 35th St. >II drier. Hot Point cabinet mangle; horses on* set heavy breeching. I vat family. Reasonable. Phone screened: porch. Also nice masonry Ave 2 story frame wen built. 3 bed baa J
r-. := .I. Or.n. both 8150 cash. 75 Ib. opacity icebox complete; one heavy set farm harness i I 6353 or_2-1961. 2-room guest houR with shower bath. rooms. 2 baths. Plenty of Income pos rooms. bath end neater roata. SteeN

bW S 4'SlL DILAIO UNOLEUM Installed oa PIANOS Fine grands featuring : Murphy in-a-door bed Sinter complete; 3 saddles. CaU at the CLOSE CJ 206 HiUcrest Avenue I I Beautifully landscaped grounds with sibilities. Lot 115x490. 810.000. King shaded tot ea brick sveet. Very oaavenlent -

I and iink top*. Call :I Steinway, Ellington. Monarch :' sewing machine. Leaving town Sept. Bam w. j. Hawey Company. HaweyrntbeHiIls 8435.Qpea . to baa. store sad actjaat
19l1tt.l.ii: ,[ nn A.doYD Howard and StareS: small size walrat. .- Rooms with mealg. Adjoining ST''(\ oak and palm trees 615.000 00. Call Real Estate. 30 E. Church Price of 812.5oo includes
Dr. Phone sew e'eetnc
3rd. 116 N. Hyer. I I I "
I Sunday
.,. 2121 I mahogany and monterey finish. I private baths available. for A. Bryant with Startle WU- I kitchen equipment and macs beatora

ttr! .- -- IXKIRSPRHO 1'c Terms If desired: trade-ins accepted.Robinson's. 1 WHEEL BALANCING WANTED. MILK COW Must be CLOSE Iwsuabl. room. Near :I Realtor 21 West Washington COLONIALTOWN 6 rooms com- Harlow o. Fredrick lit .. OrsAg

I sad end*, tl : I I 531 it.-Orange. ;I 8175; bargain. King VNrr-Bnr.1 good. Not less than 4 gallons.K. i Onus and shopping. Apply today! Street. Phone 6106. i I pletely famished new wishing ma- Ave. Dial 8188.If .
1UI"I'tI_ .IGI'1U1'tIU U. ta and Uar Service. 329 State S\ Ufer. Rt. 2. Box 188. i|' -
C :PUMPS-For the farm or home. at 39 East Amelia. rhjie. table-too: stove refrigerator Great to U,. ta Orlaadw."
t ** tlft Seel .. I r.frai .- I Crams. I j and little new and used See Big WATER HEATERS.-Table top. 30 geL FINE. GENTLE young small horse .I FRANKLIN ST., 730-Single room \ AVALON BLVD. -la n.otk off circulating ... Possible income. |

l eM Se *"as kE'CP.ZAM FREEZERS-Triple motion. I, stock Firm k Horn Machinery our capacity. Immediate delivery. Orlando not quite broke for riding. 850.00. i I 1 for gentleman. Comfortable con ) Delaney Street new masonry 2 Owner. 610 N. Hyer. DUPLEX'-Southeast .

i .tI.a. .u.tti pst t. a aaart to S oaart. Co. 430 W. Robinson. Appliance Co. 210 N. Orange Also fin.. gentle good riding 1000 Ib. bedroom house screened porch awnings CONWAY Bungalow. Furnished 5 I lent comer IsO c. to 11M

i 4 . .f" ,t''Iai ..- ".. .r. \0 West Church U Ave..oIl---53'1. mar. ITS.00. 1401. W. WtsHlnjtoi 6.HILLCREST completely furnished. Venetian rooms. 2 bedrooms; bathlane j schooL Concrete block eesomue_
1, ss.st., .4 ..45LF'st PHILCO RADIO-Lacme. and San- St. AVR 712tarts bedroom Winds
space heaters tebe..qalpm.lI& /
IciiiFRoERArOR-U5ed new
screened
and ia WOOD WORKING equipment complete front Mid rear porches i 2 bedroom each untt. tile bath oeM
ed Ist sflL t5 SSty beam Shavemaster. An la good twin beds. 2 closets private i .
**** .. J .. At IUk- I .e endltl Telephone 9043 I condition Dial Winter Park 293-R. [ with bench motor reason screened porch ase of kitchen. Bus : yard tools citrus b'HLlI"r Large tot. Fruit chicken yard: good easement windows Price US Mai
:
ICE REFRIGERATORS _! .. able. 9SO Kentucky Avenue 761 MX : 40. Pet Stock and Supplies school bas. Immediate PCS- I carate. A nice ulet restful home, liberal terms. Phone A. T '.SoMse"
r- ,. 850 value. . gntllandtheatre. Adults. '
I| PIANOS -Received full toad reconditioned Winter Park. 1 session. Owner leaving. Inspect from 88150. Sara Johnon Co. 208 8. Main. Carter. 9516. Jamerswa sad Carter.
clow out for $31 $ Orlando FnrKltur tlcar including I IKn.be. I BOARD YOUR DOG at Cricket Acre LAKE FRONT-Lovely. coot end ulet 10 to 4. Price 611.800 with terms. I I Re!. 70 E Central

Eft veacigmi .I Ca. 141 and $ W. ChurchI8t Krakaner. Kohlrr-campbelL WALL PAPER-New supply Just received. | Kennel. Long wood. ". A bonus garage room. Ideal for man working 479 Avakm II I

tot e. .. '114 asIIni& I I OIl1 r.r.lell and others. Priced 8125 150 patterns. For aU rooms. i way from home. Dalmatian Puppies.I odd hour Gentlemen preferred. ADAIR PARK Frame 3-bedroom Famished. 5 and i
CONWAT rooms
4e1 iNNERSPRING mattress and double up. Win rent. Robinson's. 531 N I IOrsnce Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Fine Phone Phone 9739. | I EAST SIDE ?>w (ready hi t
I horn that
., roll sprints, both, for*830. Phone 2-3163. COCKER SPANIEL-Black. 16 moatha was buIlt in 1941. 2 bath. Large plot of ground Some I, week) 2 bedroom fram SMesIpa
"M.aia.. s.dssulS 9913. I old. Orante Blossom Trail to i ii ORANGX AYE. 473 S.-Large living screened porches attached tarase.larte chickens included. Well worth the I, with oak floors. Lrvtac t. .
$ t,5at5 ISV .II.ral sad POSTS fence; cypress: 7 It. 2 to I WOOD LATHE. U.tall.the; steel tex: i i Weber Corner left to Lake HoldeaI bedroom. 4 window*, beautifully lot 612.000. Allen Jobnuoa. i price of "200. See Mark with Loots room. lan. kttebea. 3 toeshut.

attSLs'e'a.. Pi4e PtpsI4bj. ICE BOX-Automatic 79 pu. pr I i 3-inch butt: tan hundred. 9- Plastering; materiaL Smith LumberCo. I GardenLlefttofinsthouse CI. r1lb\ Private bath. Get *wa I Realtor.: 140 N. Orante. 6612. "Speetalislnt Ceeslin. Realtor 143. N. Mala 21464. Venetian blinds: electric water aaaser. .

.M W tTninfc. MIA.J j I I PI Uke . 8. Inch butt 825 Call 4W'a N. Orange and Railroad. COCKER SPANIEL-PUPPIES-_Reti j j I breakfast la room. Lovely quiet bom. I I in Homes.ALTAMONTI .** I 14 x 20 garage. ClIne tree sod

t u IteiIttii4. 2430 W. Jefferson. I i Park. 998. Llttletre Co. ,' WASHLNQ MACHINE-Electric. B. R. i! tered. pedigreed. Box 934. Falrvllla- ORANGX AE, 473 S:Beautifully {I abide. *SlIJWocM win _
:
:. : stiethed st,4. i I I IRONS-CtoetrlaJ dial beat eDl I I PLYWOOD-Waterproof fir. available 1 Phillip Highland Lake Apart- !' Winter Garden Rd. Ita miles north furnished. Nice home. Convenient. CLOSE IN-East. 4 blocks from or- 1'.000.00.e.Ib.I .u.01.

P4I.teIaISC&flLISL I '11 pre".n. Mill a4 N. ia .-In. 4x16 ft. 5x14 and 3x16 j ments 609 East Marks St. Apt. 6-B. of incinerator. pay or week. ,. SPRINGS- I ange This i* it. 2 bedrooms frame Pawoe nil.

.tl. I Pins Cestle! Boat & Construction i f WAX.-Johnson's Gla-coat paste was : DOGS BOARDED. stripped cupped ORANGE ATE 357 (.-Pleasant j' like new, gas kitchen. Close to bus _

.IAsG: 01 ... b.k; 1C* BOX_Cooierator lOO-lb. capa I Co.. phone 12453.PLUMBING j,I.and liquid ..X. Free use of citeI 1< aad *thed. Ruble. Small Animal cool room Single double, 1 for 2-bedroom Lome. Csuelberry. Besatlfolly and stores. 87250. H cash. LoreaPuna. -

: .. .. b'drss*t itt,. Like new. IS-hith 1I'o heater. SUPPLIES-ToUet* aDd !I I tile polisher one flay with 98e pur- Hospital 1600 N. Orange; 4848. i| light housekeeping.FINE I, famished. HOMO. Broker. 8 N. Brown: 2-1269 I EAST SID-.desg. la. .. .

4.5. .. lids sad "rH"1 kerosene P 9018.CE seats 4" coil pip and fitting |these or more. Knox Stores Co. 29E ST. 310 X.-Summer rate, Home and T acres of .re... hit the COLLEGE PARK-Older type 3-bed- to schooL baa ttae sad eaaagaaattr
2- pipe trap Harper Plumbing Co. !I Pftie Phone 23163. DOBERMAN PDJSCHER puppies j I type of property most buyers want. I Ii (tore*. Frame 5 room baagatow wuk
79 borne that is la A-l condl-
BOX Iba. ,
\P condition modern rooms. Day. week or j room ,
_ _ .10 < black. 1 red; ARC registered. Ph. i We have 2 properties with this de- i
res) 1137 8. front porch
Orlando Ave Winter service porch sad
i .,vet i 719 W. c.ltr AY. j I WATER HEATER-Kerosene. Complete 6262. I month. Twin aid doable bed. 3 scrlpUen.i Uon. Screened porch. breakfast room. sleet-
lug .
Park Ph. 498-M porch.
t 5.5111 'ate'sss 'art a. set.r. I XNTER-COM SYSTEM-Installed and with fitting Very reason- block oft Orange Ave 9794. i i ;i service porch. 1-car garage 810.5OO. Price 66968 tonhjasg rwfrtgerator. .
PIANOS-.See Associated before baying I able 2109 Oregon Ave. DOG FOOD. Kribbles and X-eel dog Allen Johnson. Realtor 140 N. Or- water beater stow aa*
. 11.1. se-S 0.1 for tree dem ,1 I Can oar Altamonte Sprints ofTke.
.raat. c as a remedies and supplies. Orlando : QUIET ROOM- atr'family; ca i jI j In Homes" j. beater Hartow O. Fredrick. A8 3.
a piano. W* guarantee to give I I ange. 8612. "SpeciaBxing
WtIstfSs ...- "tIL$ Prd. Basinets Equip X-cel Store. Dial 2-3524. bus line, breakfast *. Between I I Homer Sewen. Manater WiaUr'Park. Orange Ave. Dial 818It .
Av Phone the largest trade In value fer your i' E. CentraL 8-8394. I '
I. Ja WHEEL CHAIR-430 I Hlllerest School and Sr. High. {I I Great to Live la 5dsm
present Floor
I piano. lampl Spinet [ ,
) rrij6 aAT I DttJr"cJtetal Prefer teacher nurse or businesswoman
CUke I I
k from 8495 up. 10* down deliver Acre
Bnckel-0-Neal. Ill COLLEGE PARR1
Realtor X. Eocinson -
KITCHEN Ph. 2-86S2. -
.. 'tea tStlsStI, IOJ EtJ-"Amerla Associated Stores. 143 N. Orange WICKER SET-2 rocking chairs cur- I E>el. P 0. Box 93. Longwood. Pie.mc. I :, dial 2-3753. EAST SIDE-Tea aUnatos fee bus

Lr2.. ,. _ _ kitcbea .tHI" Comptt Av*. Phone 5300 ,' *. curtain stretcher window PUPS Purebred., 2 old. shipped ROOM AND BOARD 1 Woodruff '!I : 1 12 bedrooms larger than average. IIYI I,, Post Office we have a fli*-meal
I Salt. Including gink I J. Kelley. 2007 !
Y.I. shades silverware. I Street and Agnes Street. dinette baesatow with aparoxlmataly 3 acres
I COD. your appravaL toy fox terriers. i lug room with fireplace
Used only 7 month*. at Tara right. i I ,
off Bamby
8.
Fossett St. I"
II. 8 ST. JAMES HOTEL South and sidewalk land OB paved road. PrIsM at
O- Yaws. Phons2214.Z1TtETtt.WARZA1um1niua PUMPS WELLS.. WATER SYSTEMS Standard : rat terriers. pit bolls. Eqi i I ANDERSON ST.-Masonry constructi tlassed sun porch garage ,
$4750.00
with
i5ltmdMACHINEs good terms. Cell Pius
lish shepherds. Eskimo fPlts. Scotch Rosalind. Summer rates. Single. ,i and sewer bat oa anpaved street.
.'JIOU-Pw MfIa" S piece Complete. No down payment. 36 '1! and spinner type for Immediate I I i collies. Males 815. female 810. Alton 86 week BP: doubles. Call 9253. I I ed cerise apartment. 2 bedrooms. near schools and stores. Priced at I Breen with O.JI&maua
.. act. Clearing entire stock at 87 99set. delivery. Orlando Appllanc Co 210 livIng room. bath kitchen. Lot ion will show thia.Hall ID$ E. Pine.EAST .
months to pay. WLUaa Oakley. 59 i Knight. Foantala Inn. S. C. SUMMER RATES Daily weekly. ISO. Located close to BBS and school.' 69500 Mr. Overpeck

: Lice other small appliances atgletraac Garland 6332.RADIOPHONOGRAPH. N. Qranee Ave Phone_537. 1 PUPPIES-Purebred. dewormed. I monthly. Beautiful rooms single I'Price. $ Jamerson and Carter '' Eros Agency. Realtors. 112 M. SIDE-7 large re ana*. 4 .

- $4 '" Fut. price Orlando Appliance I IN. FOR SPECIAL TYPE of furniture nated two months old Pit bulls. .r double prIvate baths, overlooking Realtor 7O X. Central. Phone A. T.I I Orange I... TeL 1189.I rooms. 2 baths Ideal far tor** .
Co. 210 N. Orange Pbono 4537.IUYINO .-
50 Set AY combination I I can Pins Casts VanetT Works. Toy fox terriers. English shepherds. t I Ij Lake Virginia near transportation; I "Buster" Carter. 1515.BEVERLYSHORESA. I Dy. Nice doors. Ule. roof Wertl tIs
at,4 e' s..S .Q a. .1Mo I ROOM SUITE-3 piece. Ph. 2-2S76. 500 Chase Avenue. Phone W. P. 27 I money. 88990. terms Lore .
-T.bl. model excellent condition I j Eskimo spun. Pointers males 15.00; '
.. frame I
. 95,4 set IN eIwtnt..1.1.vSet . Good condition. ches,. 1407 East 835 Call 2-0014. i CALL US for cabinets. bookcase \ females 810.00. German polices ma.es'1, YMCA-Attractive rooms for young bant alow. Oak floors. new Floor farnace. i COLONIAL GARDENS 3-edroom Broker. 6 N. Browa. 2-1288

| Washington._ _ _ _ I ROOPINO-Galvanised. 6. '. 8. and t made to fit any opening. Prompt ',820000.,I I female 81250. English men. Sinai or doable. 86 and up. Fall tile bath. 1-ear .rase. borne famished: tile bath. Reduced''I EAST SIDE-Room* art toner tfcaa

et la L LTMP SHADES.-.Parchment and sIft 9 ft. length A parking space always I service. Pic Castle Variety Works. beagles 81750 pr. Ship COD. upI Call 8006. Price 111-500. Rex-McGdl. Realtor ', to '10.000 excellent term M responsible 'i; threa la this S-roern JbMM aad

pp.54.4 a'. AU .and . Jon Ee at Wilson Leonard Hardware. i, ph. 2-2576. |'I i protaL Woodvill .RenneL Owing ,, ROOM-Meal* optional Accomodato 128_ 1_Oranset_4141.I party. Courtney Realty. I sleeping parch hreoktaot

i t"c 2 a. Card. 316 8. Orange Blossom Trait CALL-C3 for information on the I South Caroline.PE1NGESI ______ ____ 1 or 2. Larte room home privilege i BACKSPIN DR. 2,-New 2 bedroom 392 N. Orange 22471. '1 j I room and largo acftftIIII Itch.
Term available
ADea Jakav
: MOWEKSF N.- proven'uallty. new plastic top kitchen cabinet PUPPIES Pur white : Ptoiie 34--1Z. I 1 CTTT LOOTS-6-room tram. buntaVtow. :
ROOFING Re-roof and bobby room. Nice kitchen and
J .54 all W* stock .1 P.r Bam- '' oar easy- monthly or payment paint and PlaLSIIIJtb ase Any color desired. Made to fit any also red Mrs J. W. Council. 840 ROOM AND BOARD for two men. bath. New refrigerator. S6250.,82500 Fully furnished gas and elf I Itnicity. i Realtor. 140 N. Cranes.Spetialailne 8UX
I la Homo"EAST
ts.te St MtUI test St 11 .Hardware. 102 W. Lumber CO. N. Orange and opening. Pine Castle Variety Works. Valentine St. Melbourne. Fla. I I Ij I Telephone 2-3066 for further la- down.jOwner. 1-car tarate. Quick tICC1t- I I

,. i LUMBER 1x4 Ph 2-2576. 1 POINTER PUFPIES old. ,' formation. paney. Price 85. f.lr term see ;J SECTION-4.rOSa eottai farDished. -
sad Usssae I to 1x12 finish grade : Reliroed.I j -IO weeks BUMBiAYE. SOUTH Completely
r..c.l. .
. I' 1t James i. Hackett, 1317 SImh 1| Water end ..; 9 acre
6129 M while Registered Exceptionally
BP it Iu Large t i good' SINOLE ROOM Hot famished S-room bnnsalow. New ,1'
I ROLLER SKATES -Super Speed ban water prIcersentrance Blvd. "Opposite ACLRR DepotPa. of land, hard road. Price 64808 We
T hU. I I! stock window =I II i f r bearing. Regular 84 aIn -special breeding Whiter ISO each. 288 W. Mora : share living room. Set- furniture tncladiac. linens and silver ,, 7568 win be glad to show yes tMa. W KPrtce. -
I Blvd. Park.
It psws .me ... 1 reinforcing mesa.ethl'5l \ vs. Knox Stores Co. 29 Pine. FOR DOCEDIATB DELInRYI I tied business man or woman. 2 nice bedrooms and bath. LlTiniloom. 241 8. Orange Ave: Pfcoae 6368
htse,!!. $4 ,.. Castle Lumber I' Phone 2-3163. TROPICAL FISH-Aquariums. 4 u.- i i Spruce Street. r d.nette and kitchen Porte. I
_ COLLEGE 1320 W. Smith.Drive EASTSIDE
PARK- 2
bedroom fanmbotbangatow.
1 I LUMBER Complete bathroom *, tic plants- Large putties cochere: landscaped lot 200 ft. deep. ,
"i".a. 82
Overhead a
4 dstbos et I garage door. I I RADIO Zenith 9-tabe chainidi sinks new and used fixture refriverators. I I 1 doten. C. Bin. 1226 Nebraska. CITY LDJTIS .r 3 loom mptulrj. 67950. only 825OO rash. Balance 650 ia and see this attractive 150 ft. corner. 3T fraM
S. s5 ftMaMe .af4 rvaI ar..r. 'dk. cabinets. Irooi modeL Can be seet at 3 Roseaidea washing machines yes stoves U a week and BP. Oreoct modem bungalow. It is the type tree Price 87900. term Covrtaer

'J&! ss4, !"!'ke'. i! tag te items. Call !, Drive. apartment and standard sizes i, TROPICAL FISH-New shipment B.osomTrii> Park. Ph. .363. ; per w. nrooth. C. B. Davis. Realtor. 41 you would be proud to owa. n has Realty 392 N. Orange. Pa. 2-211
: us. w* may have Ph. 9754 Pin 500. Angels Goaramies 'lRCIIB.rbe. Washlnttoa. Call Mr. Harmon
1IIIftUIro $- f f Castle Luarbeekfldw. RUGS made to order ta 9 and 12 electric ranges cabinet sinks 'IIto- I o1U-FOR SriILmlad.00k1u or 7809 Sunday, 2-2945 five rooms and comfortable breexe-' EAST. 2 MILES New Waiawigi
Stt .1Mte 54 .sis.4 sty.II _, 'I loot widths Nice color selection marie yes hot water heaters andcommodes. : Swordtalls. Mollie 40 cento. cirU. Ph. 8U. 412 BAT- way. cathedral ceiling la living room. home 6 tots good sell near .*.
f. t.st.i, $4 LtflNG ROOM SUITE-.2 piece over- 1 and only 14.50 per squats yard. CoxONeaL :! Colorful Flatties. Zebras 20 used AT. I automatic floor furnace and attic Honest value. 84.738. bait eaan Hew-
,jII, IPsLst* 'i..i ttaffed. tood condition. I Harry Coster. 138 Ridgewood Drive BRADSBAW TERRACE- rdr_ fas. and is insulated throughout.The .
% ).t. 1090 N. Orange. SINGLE-Near ard. Broker. JOt S. Mam: 7335
bus. TOT 'I
IIIIP 5414 I aa offer. 301 W. American Plumbing Supply and APplianc I I' off Lawrence Avenue. Winter Park. quiet refined -'' r1d. completely tot is 75 wide and nicely land-
1 PeU' = beIt'
_ _ _ l dy.Ph. r-0332.
.AM I $t. REFRIGERATOR Home Fteexer. Co. 234 W. Washington St. AT STUD-3 Cocker Sp.i.lab"'i&fLbOD"7. Christian_ electric srsped. Quiet ne.gbborbood. Terms. EAST SIDE-6 room and bath. :...e.
lIunu-.o LAWN AND New. Estate 6 cable ft. Regular and black. Champion bred. ROOM C( PRITATK home with kit- : stores and bus line. Owner leaving This should not last long at 810.500. dining large living room with

504t.3 s. set -ssc.. I Lawn CEl, SUFFIXES I price. 264. Close out sale price 8195.Maytag. i I registered ARC Mrs. Carl Moss. 2631 then 5r1rtl.. 1412 K. Concord town For quick sale 68750 wtu McNutt Heasley. Realtors. 15 W. fireplace, kitchen with bnilt-ta featnres. .
I .ar.. bO Irlkln' 6 cable ft. 827990 regular' 82.250 cash screened front porch aerates
balance
: rt I complete line of Willow Ave. Sanford Ph. 462 W. Are. ; food terma. Washington St. Phone 510*. I
had & H price close out '1115. Natural Gas MOVIES for the home. News parade I W. B. Nlchoisoo. Realtor 14 S. Mala. I II perch half block from big 8750
II II". I hr Bardvar C*. 20 S and Appliance Co: 1249 N. Orange. I .adventure J.l eomics.Bowstead | FEATHERSTOCKING Kennels offerat MCK. LARGE. Cool room for * mil. ST.00 week W* ban rtdluc COLLEGE PLRKSP5ClOU5.-iS ,
,%,et btes . teII O'D I EQUIPMENT a Camera Shop. N. I stud the two top Cockers at Sunday
1 LINOLEUM PASTE-Tiger Grip. RfSTAURANT -Deacon 1 Orange. Call 2-1515. ,1 Dayton show Beau's Joe of Featberstockint horsc private beach for you scents i I the word that describe the living
. EAST CDS Jast outdo of dtyMmttt.
electric conduction cooker a* good black. Best in show and tree. 1401 W. Wuhhutao. room of this lovely home and there's''
cfa..i-Mo.IR.- ..DIM $ Pt .u.n and X. ..Uo.Phone Knox at new. with extra pot Less than ; FOR SALE-Entire I1.fp'fc !1, Jim's Son Festherstocking. buff. SLEEPING ROOM-2-Unite wcdK BEVERLY SHORES Orwla Manor a lane living porch too. The 2 bed Near bus aM store 6-

.4 at' S rste 1-113. c. PU fr price Phone 24652. i i home Beautiful brie a Best ot winners Fee. 625. Puppies, Tear round rent S5 per week section. The workmanship ia this rooms ones near the entrance to the room baagatov. Completely famioa-
tures. G. B. Refrigerator like new.Hot per ed. electric kitchen -160 ft,
? ROOF COATOO-Protect your roof available 835. Mrs. R H. Stafford. bed Bot water and telephone. Ph. i brand new 3 bedroom home will tile bath. There's a breakfast nook cecaer-
I if. U&IIIOIi LITINO ROOM and Itt suit. from the ', Point range furniture bird Orange CKy.BEAUTIFUL. please the most discriminatinf It off the large citchea. plastered wall lot. Price 87,568. With term Jilt
U ... A' weather. Only 82.50 for 9gsllons. 740 109 8. WettmortUnd Dr. I
Ucdbtrt.
China. j jI Broker. Ph. 2-06M.
etc. Pictures vases.
Sred 813 West Cotonial Df. Glidden.B.URIGLRATOB14ew.. bath and i I has hardwood floors throughout tile ere nice and the back porch to sufI I
t ,! .a. QIIr. 34741.I I extension. 150 ft. of hose. Leaving city. C* 1 ,, German Shepherd puppies I bath. ills; window sills aluminum flcteoUy enclosed to be used as aleep- EAST-4 rooms. 2 screened poicaed
iats. Id
_ _ WDCttP.talht -, folding I ft- electric. and what I have to oiler illIastHarding from best blood linesia I 47-1. Rental Agencies I I't windows and screens fuel oil beat- Inc porch U another bedroom la bath breeseway. storage room
.1II--ftltfUD U4 It. Immediate delivery. Ferguson Refrigeration America 6 weeks old. Ready for '
.. ...1Calli stools. Mills and Nebreate.TiiPRthKLLR38Lany Avenue. de I tnt system. This home Is located In needed. A good 3-car garage: wen best construction. 8638 K Jefleij
i
ast sad 5 N. Terry ph. ':. to livery. Top show stock Call or write LANDLORDS-Wt win supply 7tIII''i ii I a choice nelthborbood on
I I WE HAVE rr at the store nert : landscaped. Price 10.500. Better see
.,41flI1fIUU I type RADIO-A few only at special closeout ''! tb* Post Office Maitland. Fdrnt- W. J. Bird. Box K8. Ocala Fla. I desirable tenants tree el chant I i iand wen elevated tot. with u.I osktrees this one first. C B. Davis. Realtor, ; EAST .
SIDE 3
bedrooms. eosjpJeUty
73 Knox Store Phone -
81 and 939 Green.
BP. 875. obuitUon. Just
.1 price Knox Stores Co. 25 X. tare clocks antiques brass and conper. phone u your The price to 615.000 and can 41 W. Washington. 780$. nil beautifully
X. Ptn. Phone 2311.LUVEanl I Pin. Phone 23163.RZFRIOERATORNew. Tacancr. Gardner Real Estate Aea ,i iCT. be financed farnjabed. Corner
P4sISL Hartow 118
O
I ... MUiet i electric and auto parts many Fredrick. ,
8195. 41. Poultry and Supplies 29 Court St. Fnone 2-4U1. i iRETTAL N. Orange Ave Dial 518.. COLONIALTOWN SECTION-Modem I tot with garage and laundry room. Avery
i = 6U Idt I 8uu ServeL I ca. other Items new and used. I block bungalow. Attached garage. comfortabLe home la esatOM
FIr'I
8a Co 100 W. A ft. with froxea food compartment.John SEARS S1OREnXTtffiEs.1 AH met SXRVICE-Tree to landlord I i I "It's Great to Live ia Orlando." i' Unfurnished. Near Kboeis and stores. condition. Screened porch**, aids

I .4rilarrT.a.: p.t Jla: ph. 2.14. Doan. Gifford Arms Apt. ; counters and display tab'es.! BABY. S.CHICKS approved-Toxedo.Paltoram Feed Store.U. a'dII : K S. Burnett. 'I InHAURiNTA1B I IBroker Good value. 89500. Mr. BaIL KMtiaI ten Venetian bond and barbecue
tested ,
f .* in. .IN ItI5.yt : LUMBER all kle deD rea I ROOFINQ-.210 ID. thick butt shingles. Pridgea. Orange Blossom Trail and 906 W. Church. 2-2821 T336. Phone J306XJ06X | I ser Realty. 4J W. Concord: 2-OO74. pit. T rma. Call Lee Crawford will.
or
# .j-. P HMO ItilLPT3.C1St1Stfl c..j I ..w.. Colors green red. red blend !I 120th_St. ,, \ : S3 service. I BEVERLY SHORES this section COLLEGE PARK-Newly d-corated. Robt 1. PrJ .. Scaltor. S. Or

aot* late ni lo sheds ehlckta coop fence Slat. blend. also roD roofing all col-i WHIZZCR OWNERS eliminate tee BABY CHICKS-New HampshlreZI < chart. Gardner Real Xatat 29 of beautiful homes we offer 2 new two bedroom bungalow sleeping ;, tnt; 2.4594.
a i etc. Only 81500 M. saL I blood tested. Wayn feed. Amca South Conrt Street. baatalows. each with 3 bedrooms
sad KM< Also > .r* and 19 Ib. felt. McCormick RoofIng I use shortage problem. 125 mile on porch. Two room cottage In rear. '
C"a rm, ffcooe_10163 I wood barrels. .$and_ap.UQHT'PLANT Co. 915 S. Dtvuon St. Pa 2-3533 I n gas Be wise be thrifty! ii I, Feed Store. 300 West Robinson. and tile bath. One can be Purchased. Both completely famished ready to EAST SIDE-tCtose fit Lovely a bemm >

PfcO eTMafra Mia ta* aad -Deic, 1 watt new REFRIGERATOR CB. n. coid- I r Own a w Sma3 down payment. PtlODeWYcmCKS. 48-1. Beach Rentals famished or unf rnl bed. Also beaatifaQy a prewar move iato. only SS.3OO. LorraIne concrete Sleek home b fta

and Bremer. terms Let as demonstrate oar U. S. Poltonun tesW 3-aedroom bungalow Hclfmaa with Clyde McKeute. 104 1941. Extra large tosses wIll crottventCaUon.
ptUis tar 'tl spot Good condition. Late Model I easy
I these Robt L. Frydc. Realtor
now
IS5WL aad amatt eot42 LAMPS AND LANTERNS-Complete. 'Barton Dr. Greta aSsesS 1I01ise.I' N. Prance Ave Phone 2-4887 livery. Feed and poultry supplies. { .\. cool. clean pleasant place till tile bath Via w... eaRS
668 N. Orange; 24396.COLONIALTOWN .
I Orlando X-cel Store. Dial 2-3524. to spend roar Ttcatlon stop at Ben- large all electra kltcaea.
1 imaus
. ksdIt 33isieSt, *r kerosene. Gasoline BRONZE BEARING STOCK-Rownd i Very roomy. 8I I
011. RANGES- ElectrK and .. A style '
Rd. 2924 I FRYERS-Third house right off i Pier. Modem clean cabin it* porch and attached .*. Caauaibeat.
Wyckoir I' and Pat .teel. Telephone 2-3286 oa i 1Ied ea. frame bungalow Bse
rIp .tn. and model to pleas hoasewlf '
every -
Winter and electrtca'ty easlpped. Children Comfortable 5- Mouse completely fjalabs6
Garden Road. on Cotta* large glassed-in porch soluble for
I I I *. Price Till tncrtaw. get I Hilt welcome. At Htnrr's Pier. last end room hone Good coDdlt_ 2 WHO red maple furniture. "enema
and 2 other large screened
0iati ,*. .5 aM *a. LATHE Metal cutlint; 10 u-Ip. Alto Tour before they to ap Orlando 5 f Lau Game Bridge. Write or wire screened porches. furnished or an I i sleeping blind Lot 65 x 139 beaattfaDy to 6scaped. -
t -. I thMU. t9oII'7 1eewwMrt lady bicycle tood coadlUon 820. Sale and Service. 608 K. Orange i FURNITURE BUTIRS-Do55 forget I LAYING HENS-New Hampshire for reservations. Lou Henry. P. O. famished, see owner. 1914 lainois Av porches. Large attic with .. 1 citrus tree aatf rant
a 1639 Delaner phone 3-6153. Ave; Ph. 2-0959. I Reds. Wynn Poultry farm Tall i l-c r garage. 3 citrus trees Near
!
ttotk redoe4 tor ta attend our auction tale Box 146. tan GaUl Pla. COLLEGE PARK-Frame bungalow farnisbed. shrubbery. Underground sariaAiia
school and stores. Very neatly -
'- II .y.* JmloM h Uer. El8t 'I LAMPS-Vanity and boudoir. Large I RADIOS.-Crosley and Fada. Co.- ;I day niht for tremendous .nlln.1 Florida.K. OCEAN -SERTNADr at Coron.do' of 2 bedrooms and sleeping porch. 813 500 90. Beltev InvestmentCo. system back and treat yard. This

, 13. 1-3750. (election. Crystal base W sole type and table model Also :,1 Watch this column for fun H. REDS-8 to 11 weeks old. W. Beach. New modern. tffielencT' Completely famished Including gas 25 W. Washington. Phone 6513. home mast be seen to be aawfwztatai.

nr"w. sad sit shade t maay color Pair 815 a j portables. Bamby Hard.,, 102 ', and description of pieces offered. Ii j ji I Hackel 2350 H. Keystone Drive off '' apartments oa ocean. Weekly 127.50 refrwerator. gas range and excellent I, i Immediate possewtoa. Prb ._..

... chairs Coa-OTIeej..10 N. Oaa..,.. I W. Church. 'i I MichUaa.- aDd up. One-baU mile north of circulating oil heater. Quick posse iI term JamtrsoB aid Cartor ktafe

5.4 M Ret a.. I mito I .-..Building materlaL bard- RCA. VICTOR cabinet radio and i sub time to send your furniture [ HEW HAMPSHIRE PULLETS 200. Mailer Street on Peninsula ATTBM too- Price $9 000. Exclusive with I[ ton 70 E. Central. FBwae A. T,

', t kMs4. 13,1.54 *4bwit.I war. New tow price prompt delivery. I, Singer sewing machine 873. for :I --. china. etc. for thi I IweiSs j' 1 weeks Very reasonable. W. X. to .1... _ _ ___ Mr. Polsom with Harold Shepherd COlONIAL TOW'R Nice concrete (Buster> Carter. 9816.

0,- 0'r.: I Ph 9734 Pine Castle Lbr both. 919 S. Sammerlin Street. i t tBERTICTCLE sale. j Banna._Lake St. Longwood.. FU. 4BEDRoo) new borne on ocean. Realty Co. 20 X. Washington St. block home 2 years built. 3 bed-

tN..u.& Wi1 *_Rtf. I ILOMBXR j, -1947. Excellent con- RSodero.. Auctioneer Doping ABC- N. H. RED-Barred Rocks. Barred New fornishiars. Write P. O. Box Phone 5124 ICORNU i room garage. 2 porches oak Coon ',

. i.- .. .. Calli., Dry framing; t.t I!1 dtttoa Chrome fender and tank ,1', thom Sale Co.. 733 W. Charccb. I|I 1 Cross. and Red Rock chicks. Your 3456 or call County 1102 Dartona ATE.VCE. Winter Park. 2 blocks from movies and stores. Furnished I FERN CREEK SCHOOI I SocUa.-PNe

fa aiding: flooring; lls i I I 8 Lumber f per 100. No culls Eectrte kitchen. Water heater.I the best material fti 1841 .
I C* N. 011" | MACHINE i no cripples no priced by owner ia 1110 E. Marks.
f C I R.Ur. I SINGER SEWING -Electric I lechers. 5d', Chicks. Manchester 49. Badness Rentals I I ImmedIate possession. H. Boaghtoa. i shingle stain sad flssps.
MAIL BOXES Rural 82.25 and up. portable tood .1_
ITTT'I condition N. H.Selld wan.I I ICOLOMALTOWN I! ctosct. ttto bath. selvsssS
,
toft au.a 35* and up. Smith Lumber tile broiler two-burner hot <
at. I plate. I Corner tot. two tar sorts a*** "aw
,. : t auile, . Cranes and Railroad. Three card table chain. Out Mills 31. Articles Wanted postcard for free circular ea DOWNTOWN. OFFICE bUIH Fully SECTION-Frame COt.LEGIPARZ-'Completey lu- school and (tore*. Caab 8X888 88)) aMasswme
..
suit wttt I famous Blue Ribbon Z. blood- egutpped Bolt 873 -.star. boagalow. Living room. fireplace. ,, t with
MOTOR Roral Xnficld.Bargain. to Nebraska first street. Last old alsbed. bedrooms. Garage morUas ot 88.688 88 Mtaitll400
a seS **w1a. ... BC coadittoa. Whiter Park Rd. 1722 Hammeriia AXIS-Furniture of an kinds tew-: tested enicki. Blue RJibon HitcUery. roUISHm or nnfanusbed fOces. ': dIning room modem kitcbea. bath efficiency apt. attached produces t 00. If row win 'lim *ea

f U eWtr toeoed atoyer. WUIII'. j I Ave i tug machine; anything you ban Dept. 19. Atlanta Ga. $20 mo. 21 K. Central Arenao. See and shower. 3 bedrooms plenty of nice Income. 81200. rood terms Mr. win be agreeably ar rmwa. Caw Bangle
-kee, 1468.. .i,.* lU" Rdle.o I tb sell. Sewell-Thurmond Famitaro D. D. Rlddie i I II closet space life time root. 2, ear Harmoad with C. B. Davis Realtor. Moffst
.. ists IAOs.NDLH.-1I, HP. Lute, SHINGLES-Asphalt, blended colors. I MUST SELL by Sunday. 22 white I trace.. AU for 111.500. nfambhed. with 0 P fwia. Hoalaar I

I : tabX 8Tt 18 .. arl**. Practically a... Reasonable I, Asbestos siding: wood shingles. 0-W' Pine_St. IJial 4070._ I leghorn 1 year old- AU laying. I WINTKR PARK-Store room la bust- |(i Frank Crebs. 507 Metcalt Balldlnt. 41 2-2945 w. Washington 7309. Sunday 60 East Plae theme SUS Afagf ol-

.. asses _' arleo. CaB 56OO.MATTRESS Mills and Nebraska. DIAMONDS walche Jewelry aid 1909 West 88th 8:. sees section. S4tW per year. Fred phone 2-1710. j flee boon call 3-4888 I

w I! STEEL gold. Highest cash price- U. M. SPECIAL L. Han. Broker. 150 Park Are. Winter COLONIALTOWN Modern 3-bed-<
sm! sew =New. 622. 26 WINDOWS-Commercial and MONDAY--400 N. H. Red*. CHENEY BIOUWAY buys I
'4 'a -. UTI. . by 6 ft. for 810. 839 i: I I' residential .!IIPL Southeast Steel Sets J,weJer. 32 W. Church. 3** weeks eld. 200 Whit Rock. 2's Park. Phone 342. ,I atodcra 9-room house- 94350 porte-co- I j' reoaa frame bungalow la excellent I

. t. s. ..... ke 10 'Iu ; card :. electric :, Sale Co. 100 W. Amelia, downstairs. FURxrrCRX WANTED CaU" weeks eld. Other ages from 1 day to WAREHOUSE 2500 Muare feet1 chere. 288 ft. frontage Ideal for repair. Oak lot floors. Wen landscaped 'fIIIZ.- J
comer A bargain at (12.500.
contest 101 Pa. 2-1443. fore you sell. Garland St.. FamlUro. two weeks old. Lab O' The Wood railroad aiding. 611 Broon* enPrtTe I trailers or cabins. Possession at once. 41
4 >Ir Apt. .a'.rl L I II ''I 'U 111. Garland. 2-2367 Chick Co. Highway 17-92. *a mil _. Stripling with M. J. Moss Broker, noon large living reos.It
A C '> SOFA and matching chair for sale Melt to Femlls Service Oiatioa or 132 8. Malaphone69T t
fwmisbed
aorth ot lactadia
. tt&IMt. vtslble mail I f cheap > to 12 Sunday only. 1627 FURMTCRE-Used stoves, tee boxes.I Maaland. I ewn.r. 1133 Grand Ave -t-BARG
Utehea. Tile
inBl Harwood !I machine CaB before you ; 3500 SO. FEXT-croand floor spare COLLEGE FwI sat mmA a* Mot se
. fittings. j sewing CITY LIMITS 62500 gives possessIon
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Apartments for Bent Striamtg
j I 88200.00 cash a 6 rooms. 1 bedrooms wfjft M t
Modern fireproof k Udin Ideal
I 11 t rust '1.1. Kara Stores !! STUDIO COUCH Florence range: selL W* pay prices. SewellThunnond i of completely furnished sr.1Id ant sleeping porch and MOM, Broker 133 a. _

c. Pine. 2311.W01a"iWr. I I child's twinge o odd and ends. Farnitvr Cow 72 W. Pin CLOSE IN-3 rooms tarnished: veryflit. for storage. or heavy machinery. bath bungalow. On paved street near dinette also a 2** room modern efficiency 6977QODBARD.
Three ll lease. Reasonable.
I MartpoM and Osceola .2-3910. St. Dial 4070.__ to e year school and bus. Balance parable like '
a..b..1 _ _ : Working couple preferred ao Harlew O. Fredrick. Business Broker. apartment and garage Property PAIRTILL4-C ails escl J'
SCREEN WIRE. BRONZE. 48" 14c ama MACHINES awl fvnitore. car space Ph. 2-0821. rent. King Real Estate 30 X. Cbarca reconditioned leslIe and sot and 0
c.,1 lit N. Br.Dn ATC. Dial list. ." roosee and beth. Leave _
1435.oPen 8111I41'7.COLCNULT01FI
l I rUO. i t .t. eyhone J per ft. Electrical supplies Get our price Check with George CA CATHCART' ST. 342-2 room upper i' nicely furnished including gashing 04 street City Ste usflsa peat .

Mc y,ire MM back t. I MARINZIQU1PMLN22 b.P.'Erin-i j 1 boxes cable and switches. 222 W. Sturt.. _13 8 Msln St. phone $158.I Also garage room vita shower. SECTION-Nearly machine and tewlac machine. For reduced ta .U88 fer sue' aeN

q **,8>9ta. ..slsiet Its rude custom Central Hdw.; 2-2317 1 I OLD GOLD-W* pay highest prices Close ta. AduIu.mT _ _ _ 50. Wanted to Kent new 5-rooai koma. Completely fur- appointment can )r. Holcomb. Terms .YaII&ItI& IDIII Sesi .

t .- **f 4tt>, $1515: rsby bait 13.0.I& INII.&Ua"'aU SEAT COVERS -Tailored to lit." 'i for diamonds old told .. :-COURT BOTEL-1 and:' I,1 1I1sbed. 1-car garage laundry room. 22380.. wIth OHam-Moare in E.Fine. 30 II Qanta. I 'O .
MW I :, broken llfl. wttn easy terns Hampton
lactaAed. Jewelry teeth silverware.Bergman d.-
Call Latest patterns plastic fibre Auto .
I 2-room APT. HOO3E 2 bedroom la
P. apartments ataUable. Summer OR or '
.S.- bed is is 8ai>__ 81941. Lake Wiles.MOTiiiZ.Bh. tope convertibles nation wagon _it -.. 139 N. Oraago._ i rates near cUr limits by nuddleased Broker. 531 H. Orange. 5013 COLLEGE PARK-Corner of Prince- AVENUE-tad Imat.

. ,.*t 4 51: s5.4 d. : 1 Original upholstering materlaL On .E BUY used furniture. Can a* lieI I LAKE DOT CEiCLE. 633 3-rooni local eoa U. Ma chiUm or p U. I tea and W. IIUInUD4. available FIT room cod IM .

*- Matkwt 61 Ormadw. Mw. 1311 North Orante Ar U. 8tt day service. Orlando Seat Cover A .i' furs selling. Orlando Furniture Co. -Utilities Bert of refreucesBes_ 565 8 Star | I SepMmser 19. ).sw taocrete fciock water etoctrtc. Priced to awrmirRrrr \
efficiency
Ice I Supply Company loo W. Wasiun.Ua ]I II No. 2 store 615 W. Cbarca.' ptooe i'I partment CLOSZ IN-Ttree-eir home inI ranch type bang alow, wIth kreexo I i
Ital I Street. Phos.BoydCruudy.1454. 24883. farnlshed. 860 mouih untfl Oct. 1st. APT. oa BOtSI-4 ot 1190 roeau j i excellent location. Waiting distance I way. laundry and garage attached.i AYX. m-BrT.
I' I 1: I I Na pet*. Adults only. Phone 2-1983. i for 4 adatti. Weald like Winter I! downtown : he features toned I< braataml homo today and g
shopping center Comer saca 1
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OIL RANGE....lr. Table too.aorceUtn. !! SPORTS E4UIPMZNT Minal-Sac. WE BUY DIA110 DS. oa gold garnet LINCOLN APARTMENTS Mono rental from 1I1i ov. 1st Orlando or I I Isubnrftan. tot. A place you will be Uellihud Se'i air. msrbeliied Slit floor oU4 as SlUe 'I xted. aJ a*. W* have caa b

I Immediate neu. tares tackle. Wyckof Hdw. jewelry and tnUqncs. Boettke Blvd.. Winter Park. 1 and 3-bed Bo 472 S-Stat._ _ _ ran home. See Mr. Mania with O. door copper plumbing screens cud win be pleased to show vwa.

-:- 115r'.e. see's. *se4rstst. 6,H ehvery. Ten.".. Walter J. 2524 RuM.UWING 84 3. Orange apstolrs. ___ room apattmeata. Janitor service, APT:1-crrooa-7--ladles bola P. Swooe Realtor 6O Last Pine; lawns planted 419.790 sod terms Xmrriek. Realtor. 818 SL Oraaaw.I .
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runatara, ; 1 JUbtasoav Feund- MACHINE Trndl. S3SL U.-BUY. remove or saw your hot water steam beat. Tear rtmadi employes of Dianie Memorial Ho- phone 5812. Art vaickly. Completed model <." '] Ph. 34*.

: I r.IPb (I 691 Formosa Street oft West Faj- tree* C0 Ring BuIlding and''i i Summer rental. Adults aaly. W&-i pitaL i a* nurse and the other la-I ,Plicate CAB be sea at earner LAW- j

beaks Ass. Waste Park. t.n Company; telephone 267. I tor Park 916L. I I office lax IM Ular. I 'IOU sit East Chirth. I I Coatfameei Oa Next 'anI

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rates. Je.atery. all ajtraaraoraartaa astaantic faraaccvitiftuU I e Over *ix acre* 7M ftit* frtet. 5054 hateys! en IsP.s.rntnc -no. '
tt fa* ItJeatkaac -. eiccsric stove aad wavr k *ter eaca aide, .,. af Ski beet Mtrrl.u sad fits 55 Lake Ban. 82M tt. i. '' Beat fee***. '***' l* Lee a3cawnrl ; s-I7 oN en astlictees adM'I 'I CY'DtU Ksvz saveS.t.4. 'S. I 'to

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.. carafe TVle eataj eetat eaa be awrlaai'd -. IVB&2LX-L.c free* 2-wedraeac I f'I, Wlater .. Cewd awa. sad Meav. ACCZC witS I atSe fraauce e.., w. aJ1.Ollir ose Let af skos yes ._ Pbes 'WA c a. .. a.- -ass .e P ;
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f'f'.a ( II .. Caa CaKk netS and BAshes S. All lit 12 Lar bar aw:. ncm.
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I, - .. bwwww. Mc ett.fas>r. UCOtfE pzz.zrzza-arge 4 II i I O-HAra 2.4 read. 6M4. es terse tre >xc< its MBA* peeltry farxcteetiotr. for 5. H a. 'ttVIO HIGH BCZOOL-Ufte crateec af .. pr.d r* d. B r. 1 a&d 2 yn. t** -.55 for ri WT BAll ttXTt *aa semi a ar4atdCTeds
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/ ae caaaw M ea* *.** .. j PLAX >_ auaearyawaeiraruaav S I Llf.Oat asW. Crnly t e 113460 TetL, Urns.FuraVibodceesalctely. WctfCM land; arer 3O fruIt tree and a .. .<.. carer e* a beatifal.kce. .' 1JUt or_I44e. ktatk ease Iaeiaeao r ej* fca-aae. 9, Onsar 3.4t LA51w x-.e-.d S s

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SI .. .0 4% awncaee. Payaeie 842j .. (.... wItS A fc.f ., Aeafter, trtt04" eiectrtc it.,.. Large cerI cleared. aa eed reed. 3aS OARDEX9-lea, fatf- er imai tH'iea. Lake new. asy i i .. s-osery. -- sn4.,4s, esMg
j _.LL UuU.UfArrt Iwaltarc 70 3. Oattafc 2-V784. I II art lot. scar ctcrea, scbcwl bas cast of MaWaad. ?tae fer beeae sad MAU. Neat 3-raaas baaae S Is!. bus at door. tt. A. Calber. CM Tom .. ScMar. V6 X '

.a'LL. =,r- 1 1 II W, Weettacta: I1M. :I SCMBOT PLAX Dttplrx Klcely 1<,I I14 ".110. C. er tra ta r eroa grrre --.1111! prtee. Owner, acre eiectrtrtty. baa. 81O9 Cowa 110ateetb. S Aaor.La Rics ay, bes sects !': On. II6& S S Ut .

.. -.a. L'4 .fl4 I _ i' siDle Petit Oeorc Klac. owner, Doaald t. NlclsoUea. aa ae 8447 M. A. Seairr. IU. 2. Boa 221 .
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k .. 1Uas14, Oerace: larse V* Iaua. A-I coadSttoa. 2-car "... 75- rasldc. .". let. water.eUetrteity. cfty liauta. %e tttlrg Bow A cf tar ha horn.. o-ueMC. Pare as- ', fecaM. are2eraaty a ta ar aetareai ,

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f"t1re .J. 3-wiary tile ewMtractiew. .1w..h..DlftI_ MUCK LANDS-.Prodace aasared. weL Force ... Pantiabed. Leyiaab rKM. 1004 terms Aa V CaxrweSi ?rned fec7e.a a..,
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- f e4er eleeMe: 2 batfes. NEW BLOCK KOC2C Wdraoau.ctA dePendable prefue. N. atVr laadlar SATE 7YE3a aajBxa tar altyves enV
'i .!*. l.fahfc.d: *eaUaa bDadi. 1 Stern dir acre creaad SMOTV living room. klUbea. wantlacapbecrd >*ta>eat eqaal nM ... Her $3010. Owaer. F. O. Boa 1114 Or- Ual 24314. I jTOCKI3T IS af OS SM arapeny. 7ar V VmT.ATS54 . ,<

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,I. I ate*** ree aLa btlr.e rooe, a.SluM. ana4e tr*'> AHractire **.acc. nown with tt* naor derp ... Let aroe rUes for sole ta tbe Or- 2 ACRES wf toce front wtth arw 2''. tocauoa aM oscciaXy ctited for tar. Carr sa BwJ 873 K. Ocaxca .
.o "ltMaU 1. .;. Be tUe floor; alr: with *ix rocats ,.tla.04II.balf fully 80113 leer was.. srboaL and laada trade ares: 3JOO acre a3mack. bedraeas tOe baagaJow koeJadiec lady cr au tf3 -a e4 <*a e as 1U 2- ;i .
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wHb neb. aa s. prairies canal sad wane aad mftfry l Iota
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Z t_ .u.. aee*. frlenty abiaru. \ lac-car coare with 4-fOoai and batbcfraruaeat. tyke 15200. '... 0... Pbea clay reads: ail auiec troa exeeOeat i eatate and work cfcoe. Just tiff I IRisbwst :I beery. Ahe raaa far cua---- de JSOT rZLAT-Ua& taday CeUa -54 tresS;vos.55 54 om
t. tue dram aad tUc back elm' farattoed: arrraau I 'trading crftter. Cfceaa st tW per 441 ;, ftcI tins b* dadned. UcotBC asI! sad Grunge Caaaey arasov *
... U.4.4 ; .4Ju. Cavaty 33 It 21 ar Bex 870 BBur.Kfar at Ks Lcke FslrrVw. I: I ta evsaad .54 tr I,. enasre .
. tt,1. u_ .. .ad. ".. roa with ; boaa ef i rooovc 11..1 The ;. acre. Price. 821. AH*. 14.000 acre 818JOO. tercsc. Bercrd Jones wtta'M. 'I thormea &be pric 12S< terms.i tew. taren WSJBE M. tc V. -

. . tee .. awtMe u alt reoatc. Large 2-car I prtce ely ... .. If t tI aa two pared 1IJc1II..,. two site 1. Mo... Broker. 132 MaIn 'i I Pfaoa* A. T Car. HU JaacTaoa D Ba ry. XeaXar. 39 X. Casnx eM bs i40Las' .

. 1 eereee. letad/f tabs: ".lad... ct.e| ; Beat A. ".dd.. Crekrr 409 a.i lakes within tract rxcellejtt 11'. aboce B9TT. and Can/r. RgaAars. 70 E. . 417.F2IYATZ. ens : .
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I CARLO APARTMrNT.
i Prang Are.. pboa* 3454LVBZ1R.BAN.lrnm.dleI.
0. . .. ". M.a. TU rUSS; n IMIoft" fovodaIJMS. ; be -aom .". lot. 84X10000- II eater. and Umber and ever IMA BEDROOM frame bvsgatov n- TOURIST COCBT-BUsway 17-3 PARTY wS pay eaa"lerbssse $. S'S L
.. auH near Mate. Hetaiac Use < acres ef the finest _k. rensitc Salts and ta OrUada. aw avoe
. poatesslaa. Slid 00 cash balance 21.00 esoata at eeiieat caodnioa. TJtrtrtc tiff*. wseTs 3-teAraeJ ben- ksSm 145 P59IALUl
j -.s. = :. laie ...4... An aaO* (arrewed. i| Cosntry arnriiese with ctty cooj IvnsIeneu. f j 4% A real ell. .. Sec a,. Wtad- from pawlbUiUes 2 ta 17 ft. M depth. Wenaerfol vats* beater tocadry teas dee* .. aJe-w.. Hew Eaaonry e.'on. ara oral wta wser eoty. Kate latauaa > t
for lire
: tea reMatawitd ISIs a* aemc aa We bare some beets Sal i iO h.. wttb 0 P. Swope JUalter 60 ctack. citras. ..1. electric p aia. hares chickra't'i I 200 ft IUIJt..u fraetase. Zxzlsstv sad fleatripcea. ftaaa 2-4JH.

lb. J t. .. a. C1U..mr eswe well bwtlt beai*. A beatlfidleeaataa I. ar eirlUaB. 675OO cad ander. East Pine; Pboae 8812. celery cad raatle erewiac. Aa as- be *e sod p a. Work chap and car1 wait C P. Khvscwar, fceaitor. iso X. .
i ,.. ef .... A 111.**,. te I Iaaew Chick oar list. C. U. Tarle Broker. t eared fertaae ia tbi for aa rspertenced ate. Large StaLe trees. Dandy lawn !j i Ortatf.. 2-32S2. SI A. BasiDe OppectanitiesS.navZ ..
re*. A k.. ,. will cats?. j jax Ph. 8444 ewreioper. A baraaia at 11350 ,
iwtva4iiM ; j 3.AosaI.: er 2-43T7. sad ahrabberyi About : !
i. acres. 84750.
I;;I WA&ZBOCSE
See Lane. CfrpnaC
thIs ... yo ",. tit MA. i per acre. e.a Rod era. Lire sad Secaad
um Taj be- U/* -. f eeataMd! terete teat Jobason Co* I SOUTHZAT Attractlr bun*slew; ORLANDO HOME-WeU located edce stock Broker. 64 PenS Cewrt Bt. I f haJf: cash balance monthly. Ylrcfl i;I fIOdUa..ro. pnrsjc B.B. av&ac. Lane stack. d ttKaras.Band atare 1* L.a'. ,
ca tear
6 OBM ***** R. tafia**** tai I I of Halts ef Ortaaee ad- phone 7940 Jea* wtth M. J. K.. Brocer. U2 'Paved comer b. loadla area ,
elI la
: tn* -Msl_ ._ ( 2 bedrooms, .leepias .. **rac*. : etty ;S S. MaIn ahuee P77.T Vase. Jew rta;. By owner due ta S io.u. OeI
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Cd center of tadwauul
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LANCACTIUI PACK .- New '.01'.. ;i workshop sac floor feraace. Paredstrt. I vaetace near school newly ballt I aoce. C. V. Wiitm. ffreai. Wre Bn 47 88tar.BSILDISG sas-Is tra tom 5
.* ; Mark 3 edr* I
,. ".,. belk aad *rel.. Floor '.,... 78ft I> feraUhMl. Exclalr* with C. P. 8 HUBwar. *-I Ii equipment real bcrtala at 17.000ea screened aarcbea. famtined. ta- -2 .. mainir.j3 C7ed. W ns5.er .
. M nno.. bays this |!3. :I: ResKar 140 Jf. Oraace dial terms McKetrey. 44 E. flI".. ACt FRONTAGE 300x250 ft, warebouse. rage teel had. chicken beaM. wash Ucn.LDT LOCATION tar csaabaswess asanaecsu lad 1131 sLop cat main 4 as 3.4I
... 12-328J. Broker, boss .l ,. 8450O. 2 sq't '', apKwaca sa beatS. MesA tar aa .
.I .u.4 p..C 70 b.M, atriaiiac' with M. i. ___ __ difUiaatiaa ptsni ar tactarylie. ea Mall tharaccbfare ta 5305 ? T54
type of
avataesa. lacsire led ena.M
... I' .* I I M- Broker, 113 *. Metal .beae ,!i OUTHlAjrr 2-bedre m" bun*ale w. HOUSE-IS Bile Northeast ef Winter ( 0.., mast Mil imaic iateiy. ,|)$51.south. 121.at Tat, aa Did Dixie Kchway fastest rrowissaectiaa la -.. She*. Sew terraa. Bcaca. lad'Ct. pa. 5 ;

s.s.. C.'I 3. '' .m I i Attached csrsce. Oa corner plot. Park. Hew saodemiatie roeeaeoastractioa. Greatly reduced.' Write box MlJKur. 50 to_100 ft. froata. at leas Uaa 521 XJ.I wit neat aie M

Nfl Jb..4 Is I IItiK'a i block. Ot ftbMaej II'i;I' Owner has purchaatd a larger borne Lot 100 x 150 Mail i:< 3 ACRE PLOT facmc 300 ft. aa ESS- prerasz cost per flint too*. Is y U JaIItIlL .

I 10 raoau: 1 bedreeau; 3S I II I Iaeiae. I aad will sell larauhad for 87500 with I be sees ta b* appreciated. 11250 cash BEVERLY CHORES Build yes ..1 I way 17-02 sad 220 f t, aa Sic lake. ass en our san tem aad salts I ZACTT 50? Beat urau. . . -

aay, aette t.. Utae I ...1, ..,.. Large IIlac *- S eaib. Key at affic. I.&d"... with balance .42 21 a _tit at 4* laterett. :, home amid the new bernie la this''f Beautiful cabia ar home ait*. .. pour taresUBcat rrrw as TM pay. u. enos.M sse 0.-

J.t I reeai, fireplace; ..III..' far '', C. P. .11...... Realtor. 140 .. or. Call 2-JOU after 100 P..au beauUfal cecttoa. A few Urge Jots 1 i M. t. Mow Broker. 132 8. Main Pared streets sewers and an c 2tjes. : tea other tatcreat 84400 totaL some tD& .esU

iaa> 4 aM' 3af .,.... 2 large lots. tsr- aacej,"-3.21; ___ _ j iZ.mAeOPGa UU ...:.*. Waiter w. Rose Iaetmeat ,i Ptoete 6977. Caraer ana If desired. CeO Caxnsaa I iterxsa. Aioe. Beaitie54s McCoy wtth SazauePraaeUca. .

... twrf *er*.. Sit .. Income last yrar, 14.- SUBURBAN Jest aff EdetwatrrjI I II 2 bedrooms bath aew Frlcidalre. Co.. 49 .. Orange A". I BOOK MODUS B01a-hnliab- sad Bo ad. lac. Canigaa Arcade40? 4, Central Ie.
4 a* ajeea .*.* *v*>* M > Orwta Mcaar Stiles 3354 t4. 10 kftlfe. 3dg, 172 K. Crisis Ph. 2-455L a
; { 1IfIG. Owner e IbIS tor I I Drlr exteaslea 30-mlaate bus. I electrle .. an other farattar. N. OraiK itzn. hot water, 100 i
1 --.1:. aa Sills well lecaud eaest borne I II. I city .55,?. 2 bedroom too. ft. lot. Price 15500; 12500 down rest la Aie. f cttru trees MO cblefcen Jersey cow j BAS AND EZSTACSAJET paclace 54.

: C"1 wits euady taeeoie. 821.500. Ttrais.set 11250 n.1I.nb Heratea I II monthly P.,.... Vice abU lawa.PoMcsaloa BAY BTaear -.. 3 1} k TM.. 3 e&1.. tr et r. f>n<. --1| LARGE ROOMY twatory duplee.furnished. stars cac&atsaaafii car af Ortaa- St be -e.
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eve at* MrlM Sac J tio_ (. 2fl8 a. ..1.. I Oaodwla. Iac' Broker 677 .. Or- at aace. Mile south Pine Poet Office.cure. Suitable J. i bBOdlBn. New relruerttor. Per sets 2-car carace. fran and abest saexa. A caiac bees fer Owen Ms
p B.***, IMaHer, 00 I Mlli "aT"rXrtrrH JS I.I W-r ante: $(J5, Castle tera let at Bercaa'c lilting Phone 2-03l. kr *>vB<'. I mUet center OrUada. abao. wa* baack U Lake Kola wal$. 14 years. new gztaesf ever S15&000 1.51ng Me
Ef" hat -"*" "" Bat lag distance per year .. soae-vmr lease. 0.-
M3 S-g'r to town. lacwow
station. 3d house rIght ; 82100
i ataaed. 3 beereoats: Sans Screened ea _ _
_ 'L'W-aloetii
CENTRA!, ,
7 r I.r ers aster asslaasc tavreat .r
I freat awrrb. ... teeatloa. Oa lid I! $URBAN dote Ia.I' tpotKieea CHARMING f r room aad beta ,]I I 1 tota. Sec LacC IsbeO. Lose < 30 ACRES Home. E tTlctty .. ili i I year price (12JOO. Jobaatoa Eearr. fan aVsaads
.IacsI.e.t All .,4. Ercker. a W. ChartS St. 654S. presence sot ef town cad t* tastraets .
; $ Han ,.... $10 500. .. Ass 5115 new bungalow. Air cooled. 11eld. borne. screened frost '. Ilk* '
S .. J* i.ewa c... JOC I. .... : ,.*r 2 bedroom; itep-dowa dea: aa extra room. Elcbt cranes tree*. I.o&j-na-'h;; AdairT !! wIth Hfflton. KflOWT. 150 X. Rot: I FOR SAFX ErTEBTlCEST EtA aZ aa mSOO pin atack.u..uPrke $21 SOS ;I A'... Id
Two bes.. j
.v.ui"'ml.J I *' porch beautiful hardwood Sn. lime sod aae aeodlea crapefraitBhrabbery. 1 son. p5. 7633.__ | ceaacc of large praQu. I reeomaaead .
casa
wa IN Mr. hilts.vItA
t. fata inlET south. luxsmr. 2 floor; modera kltcbca 2 c.r *arae i 0.... 0. let 10 x ISO" ful. late. One cerarr. ataer adwialac. i;j i acocf >BOX .ltk 3 Ja,. .' t* OB* wttfc sells eapHal S.cam Eara S&rpaerd BeaKy Ce4I 30I
both. Mr.
Bay 83300. Call
l'It.. ..... bearawai alerpiae with laundry ma Ida room and bath. ft. Splendid commnnlty. Place Sea arm. I bedrooms 8 afford to tie ape R.R. ronta.* : t'DUIUft
; and Porch bun- ; 3-0442. J. A. L. Okie. Real Estate. I ; acres of teed M paved E. Waahar_ 8X Fawae ;. -
kji.I..4 fls5 .1S. 0.5Sf. .slew, Leree Ilrlnc Work ab B. Pert. p roeea. kncbea end 1I1,1II..t11.1 furnished threusbout Including sale can be bought for 89000. Owner rigs deep wen cluckem rase. Let fit ; coming U OrUndo end theY Ski ta I 1 I ffCSISTSS O'rXMlL5IlS sad bom .
ucwces.w. Pwrck aereee tbe freat efreened new electric kitchen washlac maJ is Icsnac the city. Call say Ome. ''' cOVETS CLCB *ee1F I shads and frett. modern electric locate lost oat of Use cay. come and I i We bare a fm-lima frame hows 154 45$

t-t4 S Mi (! > Sa4. **m e _.. Will fvralabed. ".aCl i chine sad radio 1I1I1tIIOI, lL Lots! 111 t.tt H fdlac A.... I I ICOLONLU. F f uoa. Larce Iota tow as 8485. easy .oi. lactatfed. Price M900 with talk tt orer. D. r. So*. Broker. Fi. i; and a 30 x 3T block basea aa tot OSAmeury. 1

fraaV **ar Vwt a. '.KM 00. Bette Inn<__ Co. 21 Uadscaoed earner lot. Owarr leering. UOU8Z-3 bedrooms. 3 terms. Pay _thU. Bare tot paid'' t mx. Stmme Francis 1LraJt.er. 443J. !, 120 a 23 ia business datnct sitS '
23 dues trees and troOtable Csa
irriM. SeatfaraMted. J. Wltl... Pbone 8113.MILLC Price 110 MM far ell. Term Comes baths powder room maid' qatr-i I for wbea building matenala become I Room 4. Control Amir: Phone 7407. I i a -
SeA .
Ii." I. r*. this H. Klttrtdg for twice at the Boa.aiklnc Realtarc.Prtre.Gee. !I tern and bath. Completely furnished I]|'I sectloa arcUcbl Ic Property Mud ta ta Increase thai filch rapidly class roca ROOMS AND lleUl. 2 lou. "ra 57. Bed EsUte Exchanged I the avodeat buiiana price lyIng.. S1LOOOJM.for aaje Get at ;I Br. I

WwTi--Jft with maboeany period furntter AH and ccuicttr.! *i mO CUrcon : !\ a3 delays fees It?. Marskl wits I
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IIuIIA: I la rale Buy today ahead af this FOR TRADZ OR aeO 2 155.Inwj.
_. Lower ATE. Weit -.aerea room 2-3171. I eetrte< bItches: eortalac and drapea. I I'I tDcre.. We hare besatiful Bo.l. ; host Loa bedrooea O'1arnM1" LB.4&GRIU. Piaie '
t Vawer beaM. 825,000. Showa by cpaolatmeat only.Ph. some Accent for home ta Or _. s
I .s I Sisal with 3 5.4,_ eawaad NICE '
large tote runt ea the coif I COUNTRY MOMZ-2-bedroos lando. Mrs. Alice Harper. 821 Ara- Jrxa "!i"-T. Mast ;
I I of land. .i'I
TAFT House with 414 eM
acre ,
. maMe aadt list aad aae ea first. Larseatmaed CUL 510.s
1 : Water fccbte sac cad bus ,COUM.I I IPared. modern. 14 chIcken totxurm. ",.. tea \ Satarday sad !- wner aweta Aacfyjaoa
no. 8500 down.
>ia>cai 444. Afl M i freat porch J lots la besatifal 3 rooms price 11 YES 81000 cash buy borne. Rest like Carrlgta Bo'' I ever .n acre .. ironed trill tree. day S Orange Blossom TraS. iL enBesss
"I I I amwaa- Carrlcaa Bide 673 Orance I j tmt. 4 miles WIB.
... Taft.TI&OIJIA ut.: : I I WILL.rwrrr Orange.e.ssttmedes. _
. N. aad saeaai* Sac fralt tree and well pI.aet4ksd.apt. ewaer coed aeUbbors. Ult; erenlnc*. 2-2534 I i ter rark. Priced resMubic. TMI fans sear ;;' o

Is Oeaer tfuacferrHMM .. Price 111.750. McHltUNeaalrf. !I DRIVE SICnON-2-beaV Write Bee 4& g-Star. I b.U r sec Brrnes boat tt" broker. lot. Keels 51.5L55&5 OPn.llu..JOuaa sires ,11tUfIIt _
be far lit EDOEWATXR KIIOHTS KO. 2 ; Real Estate. Corona Station. Sew 1920. Pease 2-1008. au WCectrai.
+ 4 eel JUallors.I U W, WttAlaetoott. rooms deeping: porch frame 1K4 W. r.lrhuu. Winter Park. j I"
,... eWoa Aateaaa Ca.. M Pbaae 8104 ,.....w. Good condition '&500. LOTS OF NICK HOMES-Priced ta 147-foot frontage aa Seeding : I Smyrna Beach. Prescott T. EteeJa. I f. ei.oen 'S g

I I i iI 12500 cash balance Una. C. C Oarleu J selL toast do.... seme furnished: Drlr. close to Lake Adcir. A desirable :, GOOD ( ROOM frame buw.loT 31 WILL TBADE-U acre producIng one ed Ibe iseSiSs
15000 UP. A. w. Moor with Welter 1 I screened
baiiaiac spot la ef Orlando porches 3 sure bearing |
ur-U c one B5-.cIBa LISTINGS SEX2ED .Be U2 5-ale
3-1747. ?
'ft UCno* i I *, broker. 913 N. Mills. Bait. 217 8. Oranc flows orange arvte seer PlymavUk Ex- I5
TerlooklD LaSs
,, beet residential Pared Ollrte ta -
aJJJ I areas. street. ,
I.. ratedBarta. I assist, boacslew. Eli ', chance few filling station ar otter HarJow G. FreCrtek. 8m- 1rJUl .
WINTER PARK 3 story ... 3 I Getii Plenty chicken
I All 4 bosses txeel-
Use the : "
satestment paid.
FOR entire
I. $.Ni ..1' & ... ,,aJabe4. I12 0.Urau. I bedrooms. IV baths. aa deck. Insulated ROUSES SALE Newly canctrueted '' tot for borne build lent BCicbberbeod. QuIck pouenten. ,! lied BBStness property x. p. Lack- <, Bndcr..a1Wn. 118 X. Oraare.j haag beat n-US SIN -
home with come coed land roar own or em
.. a--. A. T. Carter. 9514; blind, floor USOO. tars U. i. miller. Ri. 1. Oermoat-8' sties i isoath. beIsMg SWenSUeXMaesa
roof renetlea
-- 1 n that shield appeal to any eae ..1UIta. half and sell ha& 830 per front foot.Maaeel Uou. Broker 133 ; .
Jaeurae Carter, Keattors. 70 j I I..*ly *add. la esccOcat coaditioa.Lerce lee home sad iarewe. apeeial price Lawrence. owner. Phone 2I' 8. Main: phone 6977.I II I j BTSIXZSS OTPOHlLSllf North I Ior. I .ona adsass. .

"l..u. MCTieaj-W.a a. :.. .. _ _ corner lot. Priced U acll 811j for qoick aale. McKetrey, Broker.No. i:Inn I I ?' Bucnrui. LAKI nuu 120 lkuh I'j .. tuwrtit and acsOess. Ftn- wr .

atae Ireea take IKsTu-.w.,1 tecated aa pared j jI 750. Ask for H-161. B.teld" .. last Central Arcad LAKE ''10 acre rrorf. track sod Some Property : oft loraUon ta nUt of tauaedute 2J V. win
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PROPERTY-acrif b
ice *u
.> aeredeawwee st/eet. Talc seas 2 bed- COD ld Realtor. W. Central. ': growth. Hilt af cost ts already DOWB .
altracUr jT usa lee _
.J 1000 ft. lake fronute. 'S
= 011. ct.ric1U.
ful parcel located ta i 50 COCOA BEACH is ". beach. i
I en btchway financed Exciustre wiU Carl cnIIn
a. .. 1 ,.. bowse Is .rt..n, furnlsbed.I : siaM Urxea
WINTER PAJUC-MArTLAND Ar* Maltlead. Over tea tot 160 x 100. I per sere termi. Mr. Lao with Her. < Mr. Polsipfcer. the only Tends I, susewis w
Robert R. 13 W. washineton.
ar Tyre *
f
eW .fli te UMrwawafeUd UO. *. .. Can Tbclma Kla- j' B
c. Real 45
aad vIsa looking for a beaattfal place STOP-LOOK-BUTT PrIce for complete parccL 8350 per '1m.. CSoodHa. lac. Broker. 677 M. orer there has lots and bosses favorably $174.CR1511 Estate Aceaaf.
i F :'I' wHb B P. BtUnd. Realtor. Car. .1 about 3 acre natural Florida lot. truest Young 121 II L list St. Orange: 1853.ZXUSIT1 located reasocably priced i i 3-4481 .
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I '.. BuUdiac, 173 .. oraace; sod woadcitully laadatpdaear !! nrwwnBTi
..L. = tree Miami Fla. jl3wBw ,
1241 dews cad 15493 a month '
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a .. .
-4$1.ioftThtAaT. Oa the crounde i COCOA BEACH-Good derelopaeBt HIGHWAY-Close m_ Now ; f
84 (MM Waraatiitiia Winter PitS bar 8-rooBi modern trim baatlow I LAKE: FRONT LOT High .1 I j> USTTXO- .00 feet ef I omaR 554
a wn* i i lo-foom buaecto and i larestment apportanity. HOBS and I store fer sa>. Call Mr. Ghia
A MesS aUractlreeeacrete fiae modern I .1- \
a .
ere ( oa lart tot. with attachedarag ... j i blch. slopIng lake treat j jrompleMy ''' caaa wm eaakee .
. U. Sac esseorqse. block and bath suest Close 110 ft. ea lake. 170 ft. vita a 6 oceaa front lota fa*erably locatedPuistpher. > 2-0(42. Exclastre with J. A. Ghiav
home with 3 loactaoaaedreeaia. lad I-r .
I a prettr ( and Ian screened .elL"ear j oraiabed 2 star W. B. I 1' deep 13000. Call Bill Douglas wIth bedroom banlalov. Realtor. i 108 S. Court.
\' 14 a. Mala.kt aa a alee career let. Tile 1cottass.. Thin Is c real bur at 21. crhaai. stores sad bus. Include H. P. Bo'iad. Realtor. CarrlcaaBuilding. This BOOM baa a maiUtadc of'!' ttnac qaaran* M
batb. I.". Urine room witS ftrea 000. Be* H. E. Wheeler with Harold I floor Innate. ... and Venetian eOBTealeacea far comfortable HAYS SOME really fin homes. 815. DRY CLEANING PLLNTZquipment'In 1. W. Is'eM.st.US
I i 672 N. Orance 2-4>1.I Utnt.
I I Near 3-3629 after B I LAKE SITE-Becatlfal for bom. aa j Some famished. PuWpber. Realtor, .
--- abepvlBf. ecbeolc. aad, tea. Phone 1134 ar BUnTpaon-SUton MetcalfBkU4 21 acres .( land U aU real for right party. Box 406 8-Star. 0n1Ic. AM "
$ &* 4 aa a aa' PsiIdb.. bs. Wed '111..... Call Ray I.... i II am. I 200 ft. front**. blab bic pines. i Priced rd Cocoa Beach. '

J A fact M aa far** I I4. I aeei wtib Joe O. ".re. ..Ito,. 163$. WOODLAND AVE., 411 IJuitsif Phone 115*. I I North ea RI.h.., 441. left after '!I IMuskeka I"rtney.lent terms. H. C.to Babcock tell w&a.Jr..escel-waa. DELIGHTEO'I.Price4 far quick m.u-tat.ense- S

-- 'aaV U>NM (away reetad SAad.: ar_a* ae.ptteae 7388.:Pjae Homes._ f j I Delaaeyl Open far Inspectloa Cabins. 2nd tura left.' J. D. I!' Rabert R. Tyre. Realtor. 13 W. Waaajtnttoa. 58. Real Estate Wantedj_ sale 21 rooms alsa retarsaI.I 1' aB ctawa. With arEspeciaBy .

5b aw.a.. ."aIA NOMTHIABT-Beaallful roo. I Ieeaerete from 2.00 .UI 1.00 today. A1118C1o. |I Rebstock. i iUnusual. 4174. j jj j I beer and wine dome fruciaess rear aoneaxa 55 :1&

, e.4 block home. DesirableMlebberbeed. .. cool horn with 3 lart 511. Lake County Property LAUnon LOTS la InUrl.ke..1 I I ACRES homes bosinesies sad around. Located at Oak HO. Fla. an insuTsace laaueaaiaPla P. SOr.sMs.

; 'm . .. PUS'. 16950. Part naIL j bedrooms and 2 bath located ea a !t I City eDnll DCII. Rf- ,;iI srorei. Bayers wsiUnc. Courtney I U. S. L 25 miles south of Daytana .

tr Wt*aenaa e, O &cl**aia al.*JIll iLl'0. Walte Bros .Jilt N. MHIs. 21688.NOKlKClaT .. alcely laad_ .' 76H71 tt. lot and l UAE3 CAFE-At the west end service <1 I trictcd. Nydegger Inr. Co, MB E. j i 56. Business Property for Sale II III Realty 392 N. Prune: dial 2-2471. j jAPARTMCKTS Beach. Consists of 300 frontage 0111' OiC '' en

t ...Kear'ae'w SchooL New priced rUbt. .,. Lererett will be oa !: station. Leetburc. Florida phone Colonial Dr : dial $o 5.: j -Homes. Graves. Botij j U. S. I. 150 ,
,i 1e. i it ....., I ness; 3 bedrooms premlie to show or see Oeo. F. Brat Lee Batemaa 834. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Corner I I I I lAPAXntErr aalta. Reeentlr re ness Property. Stop as yoar shop i complete for only 823-590. Will i 'Ii.' .
WMI .. U.". Cluae U bus and 110... Be. Realty C*. 19 E. Ceatrat *... 1 1WINTIR lot at 17th St. 135 ft. frontage decorated. New farattare. Good next to Fla. Bank- aDd list it with terms. Beuc sold by owner. Please ;
tier54 let' SWill
t aedrairai b.eii I ef Uii*. IISOO. ",11I.. ass Johnson Co. -PARK": .-.t I 5%. Groves for Sale and 15 ft. deep. Ph. 2-220T f propoalUoa for retired couple. Closs- Georte Kittredse & Son. Realtors. I take H down balance aa easy .. 14 'n-SM Vwhit. Ea
,wa 4B b lAM wae. AXeattect I II call ta sP.
rf person.
\ fa.If I tvc ... Mala.OGLUBY bungalow. 3 bedrooms. 34 tile to lto,.. Priced at S12.MO this prop-i 17 East C.ntral-2.3176._ j jI .., 5555, c..70e I

. I AVE. -2-bedroom bouse, bstbs. Maid's room. 1940 lif.tlm* COMMERCIAL GROVE-WeU located I PRINCETON AVENUE.-Extra fine i ertr wIll act better than 10% ea Ineatmeac BUNGALOW Prefer !! I MeII I.. ,

eeacrete block caactructloa with tow upkeep. Architecturally 40x171. Price 11.200 ;I Owner. :01 X. Park 8u Kitchen equipment InstaBed. Clean I ,
ft t eenstructloa. Case I larc corner
.ii-e oa hares 1.1It Ia Orange County. ; iashIlTLTom.
*(**_- t atwiaq correct for belt Florida :5L KlaaUnmee. Pla. nice section bus. store Under 89500rastu DRITE-DJ RESTAUBAirr South At- ,1'O c.r-:1
seat sUsdovS. screen d porch. Lot t tar quick *al*. Reb't R Tyre. Realtor I
; 123 sere la tract c little em 100 : three 4 .. .
$ > mimmtt wK. *0.544. Prlee 14750. |1200 down, Itrlng' 117.500 Eaiy .mil. Call i acre la grote 6.553 .. 18-25 13 W. !. .III.t.D 1174. APARTMtVT 8 anlu. \:. section. Address Box 571 8-Star. laatic Are. 200 feet laad. buIldings, ( six eciitecaai i. $ .' .-
.U (*4 .,.. ana< I-nn. i ; i, equipment and business for 85&000. roes .
I i
i balance Don Dudley, Realtor;
a Hd .., lat can aavmeaU. A. C. Golden. yean old. 1.032 trees 7 year old.I waljctnc dlataace. 128.000.. Better BUNGALOWS good listing Is a faraiaard with 498 .-
Ii_ saoaee. Lad 20 weeks operation shows act
a.a.s >%ai a eat I ..11". 1121 N. Orlando AT** W-IST-IW- rD*, bath. Urc I 93' ood varieties of .'.0.... 7'.. .' PALM TERRACE-. eautlful buOdtnclite t thus 10% return aa Investment $t.v. sale!! Wt will furnish the sa>seflort. profit over 8100 per day. : Tract LcaTeeaC I :

A.5S5S LIlMIsS SM I laeer Maltlaad oaderpatst. Winter .,.*. ** acre $ .& W.1L mile I If.petra"aDd taacerlnea production : lake view end toke fronts. At- Owner. 137 K. Gore. M35. I It yon supply! the product. T. j I I acre. Be* Mr r- .. I

I, P for Park.+ttt.Cleaed ... and Moan OPUS 'west Tinker Field. Vlneland Road. i, rIta a je.OOO boxes. C12S.OOO ,' tractlre price Carl Tecder. Dercloper. APARTMENT BOTLDINO-ClOM la. K. Hsstinss. Realtor. 62 H C- Cea- i D. Albrtttea. 617 Mala 81.. Day- Realty Ca Prtce BJ1BAaOAOtTbare .

f eaaa Htavaid *aa N. WINTER PARK. 920 Kentucky Arenua. ]I! takes H eah. & Mr. Little with i 31 N. Orsnee: 20442. U you want a borne with aa Income tral Arcade 4237. 10.tone Beach Fla. I .-a'ajjej SI Ii

I r-_ ll-aaa* (aerMaa .*ttd94UI. R WIN UAMOR-.Beautifully Buliu i Furnished modera. frame two Harold. Shepherd Realty Co. 20 B. I UNDERWOOD ST. Pared street. 50 rot b.. it in this pro ertJ. 2 f BUNGALOW-Have client for bunsa- t the mea BWttae wawaa a* a* i

..-t. _. I ._,.. tile lifetime roof tUG bedroom larg Using room hardj'j I Wathlacton-t. Phone_5124. i x 145. I9OO for quick sale. Call uPPer a .r1ml. 1 lower on. to low with large rooma UtroubotiLVIIS' f FILLING STATION-.Oa but corner., I 130le305USV: afra. ..
tleera. A daady i-bedrooat home with wood floor. Venetian bllada. OROVE OR SUB-DIVISION Just I I owner. 3-7571. rent and one for year home. $170 income bo la good J<.&Io11. Wilbur I' wt-aa fer II I
i business well stocked
lloer ,...... Lane Ilrlnc room with oil furnace a month and a home. Price Strickland. Broker 23 W. Church large repair . .* !
screened pOrch. automatic
MA .Y ... s4 outside city limits on larce lake. 'WINTER. PARK Corner ef Mic.Usod 1 83500. Slayton. Realtor 32 E. Pine; -* jJ5
ttrealare. -
4 *WMUS .-. Very lars. eoraer lot. Price and water beater la attached 10 acres of mature trees. Run doss S26.900. term It desired. Prank 6675. Or reiieaebu en j
I reditred U 111.750: 84400 .ort.... Phelps. 150 x 120 81750. Owar. Creba. 907 Metcalf BoUduii phone HI. 11. BwcM*
Beautiful priced right ; Otnd Aadreaa
Salts carac tot. house "'.500. GROVES-HOMES-BUSINESSES $ wttt I
x-2773 Park.
Call Winter
balaNee eaih. I I.r
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I' I HuckeUO-Neal. Realtor. 2-1710. FILLING STATION AND Restaurant .
us'. Uc i Rewtaaea 5, owner. 761 MX. Gardner's Real Estate Atcncy. 29 8. your property with assressiveRealtors. S < Part.I -
: dial 2-1753.:
.5c.. pse.s4 t WINTER PARK-Prewar 3-bedroom Court. Dial 2-4411. APARTMENT HOUSE- nice apt.. Chanault A Jaaninss Inc. 17.000 gallons already Uta.tIaiD xnrul _.Ut..w.rSeI .
I
PIscaculs '.L I UHWIN MANOR SECTION Mew home ea corner lot In Like : WINTER PARK Lake Knowles- 2 additional guest rooms nice location. I 673 N. Glance Are.. Phone 7234. tilling station. Restaurant arerFi lac. bear sad ... sill -.
I ..,Ie.. block | Tempi DrIve section). ProspectIve I durinc Summer 8150 per day. .
$s $5555 bc coastntctkm. 2. Kaowle section. Fruit trees, lean- Errry room spotless andnicely I I quarter Owed toaer po. I !
GROVE-Smalt with two bedroom the belt spot la Orlando for
W., B. NacS$3 tt1Ut bed,...., lane Brine room; nicely baths. horn builder should see these choIrsWinter furnished. Income 1450 mo.' i I Perhaps en'.esI ..
IVi Patter wr-a
dry and sewing TALKING GROVE This 35- Mr.
room THE house famished or unfurnished. fining station. 13000 wIll tsnfile. K.
tow .
tots 8295.i
W. ansaitd 'ltdl'.. breakfast nook ,... Call for appointment. :.u'l as as Tourist season lust .h.... This to amoney I I 9 0. I -
klertrie refrtceratar electric 11.500. te acre crore really speaks for Itself i 1/3 In smsn monthly Give fall particulars price location. | 8. Burnett Broker. 37 .. MaIn ;! Inc Braker.
= .. store Be. P. Fields with H. F. Boland. being located ia the famous Ooldea: ptllltl arailable. A look maker for someone. 828.000 I H. Brower. LutherTllle Maryland. I Phone 2-3063. | MaIVVPLtT0'SViB I
slur beater payments
I lacluded. Good **. 672 N. with 810.000 cash balance 1100 mo. I : ,
Realtor. Carrt Bide. .
"n It .
Triangle aectlon. You will reattsc
Buectal or-I' will atify. Carricaa Boland. Inc.Owner. I *aetua owen 8009 .
laa*
HOMES sale.
price for Immediate Winter Park I f I ., 5% tDt4 ,1\ See Mr. Stewart vith priced neSt for quick FILLING STATION-N. Orange aa
n.e! 3-4581 .r baa the soil and weather S.c.MI I
... proper condition witS n-s *34
Aa Carrisaa Bide 672 N. Oran oUS
# WW.4.e. 3.eac $MIss eitra cood ralu. 87650. I Harold Shepherd Realty Co, 20 E.Wathlncton I Any location or slie. Howard. I busy corner. 84.000 for quick aale. .
There 2.300
and eveS trees.
.. IUSA Ie lIss jefms. cat Jobasea co" 201 I. WINTER PARK-Near collet are **; 2-45SL. I St. Phone 5124.I I Broker. 306 N. Main: 7325. Call Bill Douglas with H. P. Bolaad. 1 TOOCm.Y at l til*rr 1
nearly ell ef besting all early I
cbooL This tt really a cood boy I ilL .
Realtor. Camcan Bids. 672 N. Oran eesaavawad .s. i
. 5i5S, .'..1 la nlc trim. house.Iersnsd orange oa tour root stock. Dandy I 1 BUSINESS PROPERTY-.$m--r :I I weO .11' .
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OH WIN MANOR SECTION 2 CORNER LOTS-35th and Woods HOUSES WAJTTEO-We bare ,! ;e: 2.>1- city aad Mae iBaruat
_, 4 5.s -4-roora porch and 3-ear carac Its I I crop set. If yon went to see some month Income secured by lone leas- prospects wM I
css.Is4 ..... 5515 rraae, BpaaUh til* roof; modira furnished for only 89500. terms. Call ; thing really cood. see this jeweL Only j i Are. Also B other i'.c semi I I e*. A cood proposition to Interested for 2. 3 sad 4-bedroom FOOD STORE Lone established and modern lilies .

31 d4. .* .. I ttubea with electric (tor*. refrle.rraler Bill Douglas with H. P. Boland. Realtor I I (22.500 for crop and all. or may sell block. Bargain for al Own partie Mr. Potter with Herman homes la (ood locations. Call W. B. j grocery and meat business oa a ,, aemiaal rewt Baa ca "J M* J"* M aV

? i I CM bet water beater. Some csrrtsaa Bide. 672 N. Orance. half. Trade with Bwaid. Louis Oeeslla. er. Phone 3-3073. Ooodwia Inc. Broker 677 X. Orange Nicholson Realtor. 2-1619; 14 8. close-in east side corner. Ideal setopi Ian Bam A sTalibaaj" .

.* -. Is.I I I ether furniture; Urce deviled lot. Phone 2-4551: I Realtor. "Specialising ia Orores" 26 CHOICX LOTS located lust out- 1855. )&atn8t. i for adding a delicatessen department. 8 Oraace Are JKaaaw ___

N' ... I II aearta* citru tree. H block to 143 N. Main 2-1464. Sid city limit City lights and 1 Good stock and equIpment Low rent. ;
k. 55St ... t-. I4 wttb Johntea Heart 2-BEDROOM. furnished block. 84950. water. Street and sidewalks. Lake CHENEY HIGHWAY-Close in. 330 HOME WANTED Customer walUnc '! $ terms. Call Jack Lockamy withC.
W. Church 2-bedroom. unfurnished frame. ft. on new route. 10 acres tourist W. Walters. Resltor. 672 K. Orange W "
: u. ur. Bt, 8545 pririlese ExclusIve wIth P. A. for food 3-bedroom 3-bath homo In'' WILL PAY CAB
Eaca. ".000 down. 3-bed cabin or trailer park aite. S250O, :
84950. 6509. .. 2-652. _. rtty lide 4
.r j PR Wile MANOftwVtry cttractlr 5- room furnished frsm*. 11000. Phone 14 ACRE GROVE-On a small clear AUlion Realtor. J7 W. Washington terms. Mr. Lane with Herman Die* section. Ross Ksy Anderson. : I i ar bar .
III faact ....Iow. Well built oak 2-4160. I lake with Ideal homeelte. All bearIn 7613. i win Inc. Broker. 677 N. Broker. 375 N. Orange: 6823. I I GROCERY-. 5 acres and furnished WTtte .

ftoarc. ...U.t. eccupincy. Reeaaably : tree*-Pineapple*. Parses Brown BUILDING LOTS-Select year home- gals Good-I I Brine Electricity.water. I BOX 5JB B'cftaaouee .

. t $14 eKt.Pi.IsrA !I artoed. Walter W, ROM latMtateat 4 ROOM PRAMS HOUSE-Furnished.plastered. 8t. eedlinc and grapefruit. Warm location site BOW la the cttractlr Dubs- I COLORED HOME-Modem wtu-bont. 2 *r 3- ; Owner lIsTing immediately.must .


, $4 5ssA I Ca. 49 N. Oraa*. Are. Cash only. 1312 30th near UmatUle. Sec dread Country Club section. Lets ia I SEonON--room bedroom. plenty of closets automatic I I sacrifice. Gores Grocery. Conway -
' ('USTUSSUSI S. : 0,." Maaer affiM 3354 block east of Irall.IROOM E. I comD >tey famished. Section. Orlando Garden Rd. ; I .
.1 N. Oraac Harry Morse Ca.. -altoll. Eusttis. all size*. C.so cchooL bus and new electric refnierator. f furnace or beater room with I I JOIIW4T
; :; tw I are.Of ._______ modera horn located on Fla* for coed bull oa Citrus (tore*. Priced reasonably. calh-I I terms. Apply 514 Murphy St.Cash O or aact. Lot 75 feet or more. toed faction i I GROCERY STORE-Snorts goods and 05 i ssd t 00.555Mw .as.I
': . '. WIN MANOR-a-reom concrete lot 80 x 140. Laree room and OIOTC terms. Jsn Bros. 235 N. Malt 7559. of city. Private cart?. Cash lafull. I (as station oa late front with I

tW .. &ar I.... Ler. rooms: extra cloeeta.wtwatetle closets. AUa a mall house with 3 30-ACRE GROVE-50 acres Improved WEST CONCORD at Westmoreland: CLOSE IN-Frontier on main Mr'l Give location. Will contact TOO.Pleats 87000 stock and equipment. Good I ot Peafeed loadoS ,
rooau cad trace would make ideal ; way. Building suitable for write Box Me S-Star. round business. Must sell due to i .".5
.1 I fleer '.".... V blinds. paitur house. Estimated crop so ft. lot for 8500. M. J. Moss. year PAJr1'
0._ Ir...". ",.laheel. "2.. apartment er office. Near business 1.000 boxes. Priced ct 833.000. Wm. Broker 132 S. Main: phone 6977. restaurant night elnb. etc. Priced bad health. Inquire at 685 n. Orson lost Is isw'SW

I." a'IsI ) kit 1nM. .,.. 124 N. Mill. '-1181.I section. 93250 will handle. P. A. Allison 0. Rencher. Broker. 28 E. washlne- I sell: good terms. Roper Realty \i HOUSE WANTED-We have prospects I A YC.-Orlando. Florida. IIalMCt luslaSse c Is
Realtor. 31 W, Washington; THREX 50 FT. tots ta Dnbsdread Church and M.ln3433.. I U
IscA IBM** .w.I I AmT-N.. 3 room cottseurcadp 1613. ton. 8330 each. *1. J. Moas. Broker. 132 : for modern 5 and GAS STATION Central location. :J s. =-' =
_ _ _ _ GUEST HOUSE 2-story dOle ia. :
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I ; the
lOt cccupaacr. Price 11500. 125 ACRES of besatifnl full bearing Mala phone 6977. I homes. If your house is Sub lease pays rent. Good bust- ,
**. feMra a I Pb.... "". 19TH STREET-1406. Fir room and tree Th present crop is clean first ,,8._ ; .1 1.1'ON I Freshly decorated: good year round call Allen Johnson. Realtor e-rooal ness. Owner IlL S4.SOO. V. Yin Ho- '' .reaiaw es -. I-

., ***, ante bath furnlahed. Possession September grids fruit. Fine air drainage and'' LAKE BARTOK 80 X 400 ft. I Income. 3 bedrooms. 34 baths: nice Orange: 8612. : ten with Clyde McKenZie, 104 W. Mast Save (aad reeaiaaa

Ii. aiaai. lbs 20. Price. 15950 Ttnns. By bordering large lake and hard read. from pared road to lake. Price. I lounsa and vqrsnda. Price (3500.terms. /' H00- Centrsl: 24775. ewaer. Mr Ceia f. .
OWN MANOR Modera masonry 81175. W. A. McKeaney. Broker. 4950 Harry i
oMbj erM ta owner. ; Broker. 1208E. C.l. ten
*?.. .Hb b..( .. |a section ef floe homes. This U on* of the finest Investments I Cheney Highway. 3-7144. Colonial Dr.. 8233. i I HOUSE-Direct from owner. Stol-l 1 i GROCERY AND MARKET-Reduced ,,, .
Waaa- 1 ,... 1.". dlnlag-roem. tile i la Ceatral Florid Price 11.250 put I I [ room pre-war construction. State ]I j to 84500. 214 W. Central Are. I iG j IFOR I II DI.C1Ii -!
U W. batb aad kltcbia with til. drain.Veae4taa acre. .(..Da..1I. Realtors. 430$. BUSINF39 LOT-Oa earner two HIGHWAY 17-93 Norta of Pair- !!, tttn pric- BOil 514 8-Slar. meat market. 'Good j jstock. 'I arwdace saaraets aad W
12000 DOWN-Dt1PLIX- paved greets, sidewalks and sewer banks Are. 200x35 It. 3 furnished .RYn.:: I e* 1IatJt. .
bllada. carpet and [ weekly win de
apace ; 8900
53 Sale ***. 43 by 145 feet small! unfinished units room for many more. Northern II { private reaeeaa R
for
.
,. S cocber and Acreage Roper Realty. -
ear pert seperale LISTINGS WANTED i 88500. terms
Due to the Increased better.
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Princeton near N. Oranc 2 complete _._ building ta rear. 12 by 24. ea II i iI i owner unable to some to Florida and : lOIN MtD filii ,
.. ttaaatne4 aal lauadry. Let with barbecue furnished apartments. Price ACREAGE PROPERTY Real cattle I bus line. See Gould with Johnston'I I develop this property puts a worth- i| number orf inquiries we j Church and SlaIn: 3-3433. I 55050155
OH elira I,". end He Pines. Price 860 monthly. Better Henry. Broker. B W. Church St. $543.I i while price terms. ; need more bstinss Fine Homes 2. GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET ;,
f ass *aa< 18000. Balance oa same. -
7.000 Its I ; .
lltMOao .. C. N. Wcrmi wills ranch about acres peracre. I I :CO'c : 3 and 4 bedrooms. Also business and: maker. lIen
I i ;I i and money
. Asher location a
U Charles Peter. Good
Don't phone. ISO.1 Realtor
L a e4. >.e Manie Wllllaai Realtor. 21 West see this now. Pine lIvestock farm 1.000 acres ,! LARGE CORNER LOT 150 I r i ij Income properties. Joe 0. Myers I health ..nflNCur1llll WUStoade.rttsed

r : .**.. *trte(, Phoa. 1101. Chabot with A. T. Dartc. 33 8. MalaStreet. 815 an acre. 120 acres good trove 1, Both streets pared tone -B". Oa j and Mala; 3-0786. i' Realtor. Dial 8S81 or 6638. j O.ner telling because Call of ill Johnnie's I I 8450 'Sestiem _
inrestigating.
iI. 't.IoIti I land. Johns' Lake area 815.500.. fO I bus line close ta schooL Large shad HOME AND -NIc. furnished I j i 1 Worth write H. 3. Walker PI .
'i"DI acres fine home site on Johns' Lake. I i I tree feting both tot: 83800. HampiI < hove. Easily converted into 3 Market 9328 or ;;
LZONPLACS.-2-etory ,
Orlando.
MSL.4 AH fat dream. tint tloo,. 3 bedreaatc : fine grove land-tow at ".000. 37 H I I Un Broker. 531 K- Or "". 5013. ] apartmrats or tneifr home and 1 LISTINGS WASTED-Clients traitI I, 20 N. Westmoreland Dr. I, : .
... .w. I inc. E. r. Realtor. MARKETWell -
12500 DOWN bus this completely sores Lake Maltland district make ] apartmeat. Near Sunshine Park. I GROCERY STORE-MEAT . dI
tecaad floor. Orcrtooktnc EXCELLENT LAKE FRONT LOT- SIsal sub.
-sat .aeAMtie i Pine 8t,. phone 6 51. |I
Lak. Lacera sad Lake Cherokee. furnished 2-bedroom home large cood little farm and crore 84500. Be* close la. Oonly 81.050 oa term*. Price 810.500. Wilbur Strickland .: Doing good business. I. le fss55silos
.." UraUaed sad in excellenteeaaitlaa. landscaped lot ea pared street : H. E. Wheeler With Harold Shepherd I R. P. ., Realtor. Carricaa Bide. ,i I Broker: 23 W. Church: 5073.HIGHWAY1792Th. I LISTINGS WANTED-.Homes, Tores i irentals. scales cash register adding machine e'r f'' lb.I

......, with furnace priced at ".000. ".S..k0 Spiced." i Realty Co.. 20 E. Washiactoa. TeL 672 N. Orance: 7-4351. ', best bay on Let us help you sell your : sneer crmder. 12-ft. electric want Wh.rI t "S y

beet. Early .."RC Price 111.000 Whitney Splecel Realty Co. Realtors 5124 or 2-2629 alter 8 p.m. :. this busy hlshway. New modern property Hall Bros. .:..113 N. i iOrante meat case large walk-la cooler: doable Se<* -.5- ; h or
TWO HIGH beautifully shaded tots erne .
II a 706 Metcalf Bide. 2-3269. dial 5189.U31INGS deep freeie unit. Every thing onecan .
5 I ns.e s
t Call LAKE owner's 2-bedroom re
Mr. Bush with Harold FRONTAGE Ideal for subdlYidinc. oa Lab Copeland Make an offer. cottate with 2 ho'rent. rr -ell a'n
.. .. wMs-mrd Realty Ca. 20 E. Washlnc- NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME-Delightful I Choke residential property Sammle Francisco. Resltor Room 4 additional rental anils all masonry I WAl'InD-W. hato tho use in line of eqaJpm sale.at. Coats ?,,. 1M faaa .* **tTwttaou

tit ,..11,I tea- 8L.Pbeae 1124 or 2-2003 city location aa spacious tot between southwest corner Lets Lancast, Central Arcade Ph. 7407. .i 100 ft. t.I . 500 1 buyers tf you have the property. j' .hampton priced for Broker.quick 931 M. Orance. t. the -55! 'S' .aiw* ,
III.. asSWS. PAN AVE. 303 WU 3-bedrooms 2 lakes. 10 minutes from er." Approximately 1200 ft. ea lake I ft. deep. 815.000. C. P. Shamway.Realtor. i Call A T. Carter 9516; Jsmersoa with Strotit n-sI'! ill .

*Ilk Isbiw :1 I an yea aeed. yea will fall la lore are downtown. Large rooms. walk-threah and approximately 600 ft. erertook1ns I 140 N. Orange: 2-3282.. ; Carter Mala. .and_Central.I 5013. _ _ _ _. _ Drive PO' 1SsAl. J fr. "
__ S. s.a '*$ 5115L clothe c.... Screened porch ...,- lake ea 30 ft. slope. Corers S 55. Country Property for Sale GROCERY MARKET Dome 8500 '
I .
. wtib tale perfectly arranied borne.Prwe I LAKE FRONT-One of the best and PHONE COME SEND-To 41 W.
p515.si b 6IIAOO sad tbe owner will looking lake. floor eorerince throughout acres .d.dI Is also Ideal k.r larte estate 1 i I CHICKEN FARM AND GROVE I larsest guest homes In Orlando No I I Washington tour Real Estate linthits. -, week. 85.000 rent.with Huns 83.000 quart down.ri.I . 11.aUL.rissrasTlnaAL. --
low
fared street and H.". 9500. site. I Lone lease
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lire tea the kitcbea 1ll1"' Duo- your Close ia. 3Vk acre with well fur- better location. 100 X 300 ft. lot. A'r C. B. Darts. Realtor. 41 W. 661. Clermont. I II. MISaiet -
Sera beater, sid may threw In a term 82-000 cash balance monthly. LAKE FRONT acres hich 0 alshed 4-bedrooea home. 83000 la real bay for Income and ralae. Washington: 7809. I Owner ill. Box j: 1.05 IUS54poosl
T l"w ataer Iteatc terms U desired. See this. Call Baa P. Field willS H. F.Boland. dry. cleared and drained. -tt.i i{' chic bDl. 8720 month income all eon Terms. Jim M. Caldwell with Asher I II REAL ESTATE WANTED It's for HARDWARE STORE Well established :, bess 0Ue5 'SI
_S fwlaatre with Prank Crebe. 07 Realtor Carrlcaa Bide. 172 alte and trailer park 10 miles Peter. Realtor. 70 E. Central 2-078: I business. Clesa line of '
= camp : I j I for S15.00C. Slaytoa. Reatter 31 X. I sale big or little phone $529. A. T. antis .
N ...11 Balidljic. phone 2-1710 N. Or...; Ph. 2.>1. east. Suit off new cross state Cheney I Pine: eMl.I 1! Darts. Registered Broker. 33 South I. stock. Good location. Watte Box 477 I I 5554.. 'S'S'Issen

rnrM City ,. .,. FOR SALE BY OWNER rooms and Hlwsy i ; 82.000. Owner. Phone 2-01 S3. I CLOSE TO CITY LIMITS-3 aerf i!I LAKE LUCERNE AREA Ja t 4 'I Main. S-Star. -.. !I Ii er 01 S .. .

bath; city las and sewer. Larse LAKE IRUA-Cn Boltoa Road. 40 ;I ,fia* DrOss oU. cum tree*. Space! blocks from down '0. La,.. REAL ESTATE WANTED. have ta.- . .54
I blocks screened in porch: tile roof; csrace H mil lake front 3 acre for exceptionally well constructed two HOTEL Commercial. Located 5.' -
aUCN IO ,, small poultry farm. Electricity. ; j buyers for 5 aDd 6 room modern i iI i tot Service
that SmSeeMsIl sad side drive oa large lot with 12 of citni 2-stoiy unfurnished frame 1' story guest borne. AU rooms are I! main U. S Hi-Way ia heart af war 50 .r". Stb.
caa pared road. 6-room sod bath i homes. If is for sale call I III5'I'
I 1 I yoars ua II !:4elreel
w . (era* era II" and tangerine trees. Inspect .. and I Florida's best .U- Solid I Il
d" Mesa lust M. Price oat 810.000. Or will sell ,, frame cottage. Oarsce. 88500: terms. ; spacious cool. There art etibt I today. KIng Real Estate. 30 E, i I of Central '
a af (fee itte I I IIHr.PU porch It. 20 N. Wectmorelsad. I acre tracts running tote lake. Coort- i 62000 ca h. Herman Goodwin. Inc.. !tI ataUabie bedrooms to rent fear I[ Church: 6435. "Opea gTundsy". l bnck construction. 40 bedrooms. I Ii
cm f |U ; ... 11.rom ll toreIr net Realty. 392 N. Orange. 2-2411. !I Broker. elI N. Oraa.: 9855 or 4660. j baths and five rooms for ..trlllf'l.urt..rL j !j! storeroom. large lobby 35 feet **".. .
* Nicely tarnished. Price { Total prIce
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iilj. . LAKE JESSUP-Frontage. 3300 acrea. COUNTRY PROPZRTT-AtIae modI I !i .,, cUSS
5 Tatal Mrcb. ftrealsce. tarsi lullisooted NOT JUST ANOTHER HOUSE 830.000. Barlow O. Predrick. BIWII. 1 SALES LISTINGS WANTED: Homes. !'lie handled with ealy 819.000 cash. .5 .
a' wonderful investment at 810 hOe.sUie'S
****! WH* a per era home. nicely landscaped. S sr res. farms and lots. Tim may Business Broker I
that ,
caa b* .. late Broker. 116 N. Grants Are. Dial Barlow O. Fredrick. I
IU with Joe Tinker stR. sense
Sxclusiro
liMa ruw. 1 "tare acre. acres with poultry bouses. Electric depend oa our experience for correct'I I Dial 6188. $154 4 '
aw attbout ratalac tbe One of Orlando's outstanding bunta 1188. ill N. Orange Are -
5(. m. Broker. 423 -
Stewart
Jh ,** ,i brooder. Price 811.000. terms. Rex- handling of selling details: our mort- ,, $45s.e. a
WUlac la dormers. i :
tt 11.w ra- low oa 170x130' corner tot. Ex W'I II
l btiad Central McOUl. Realtor 128 N. Oranse: 4147. case loana increase our aelllna power; I I I i I 33O.frontage. =.pouM I c Ssenen
tateusbeat. aw inlaid 11- cepUonally larce. seW block bunga LUCERNE SECTION-Frame Smelt j HIGHWAY 441-9 acres tend. : ,iei' "
? ISa khlchi sad dintt low. Master bedroom 14x20. living ORANGI BLOSSOM TRAIL Tea COUNTRY PROPERTY "Since 1916." McNatt-Heasley. Realtor 15 W. old aatabl1ahe4'trftCam. : : .
home. beautiful and _cloltL 2 I Hicbway = r
fire miles south vf :I Washington St. I :
Iteot Acres about Peter. Realtor. "H*
--'f'Q Celiec* Park sboppiac and dining rooms very spactoue.kitehea garage; acnXe
.w 1I'IIIa bedrooms. 1 15 baths. livIng room. ; business losS 'US "
Price ,.'. See I I : $ S <
Half Orlando. Lie nice. knows. Central and Mala. _
black .
Irem This ls all electric Including dishwasher statloaT all equipmentstecki. .
.' hI dining room. kitchen pantry and i buildines J A. .. -
naaoaabiy 12500 carbaga disposal also Laun- Mr. Polsora. Shepherd Realty Co.PboDe GOOD 2-OR 3-BEDROOM pre.a,1, tanatoned at be I' .
. .11. HOME AND OROVE-Near edce of laundry downstairs. 9 lovely i I etc., actually p5305554 ,
II ". "ltl e.t.c. HaroldVeUkk deraIl la Utility room an enclosed 3124. I Orlando city limit*, good &- rooms. 2 tile baths up. New en bungalow la south or southeast 8106.600 is now offered at.9MMO Plowois M .

with D Ko. 204 8.Maia. porch big as aU outdoor Owner ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Th borne ea pared street with six acrea taUe controlled oil secttoD. Hate buyer that mast locate for a suItS sale. One yeaTc prom po'SedBsUUSns.5Sde. S of

. Till. transferred and wants to sell fur I choice closet-la 20 acrea. 1280 ft.highway extra lars bearine .r".. Present ly omlahetf. i**. before Oct. L P. A. Allison. will pay for this business. Owaers I
nished. Per particulars call Mr. Phillips frontage nearest Orlando. I crop more than 2000 boxes For quick : Lately landscaped tU1l.Kcautstw.1 Realtor. 37 w: Washington. T613.WK I poor only reason for eta- ,

cXW" 80 SECTION with IUm--tatoa MetcalfBM Cleared high land. Priced to seU.terms. lie at only 813.500. half cash will 186. 2- tarase. HAVE BUYERS wanting irerea.basmeaa log. iXrwlll sell QmiCkIJ' .J j .cIt..o.

.n two *xpeaalrelf (. Phone 51i$. Jim M. CaldweU with Asher handle. This la really a home with Weir System. 628 Pine 4641. property and homes. For I better act BOW. luslre .. .

t laadatcard 0. Shade Peter. Realtor 70 1. Central: 2.-H. assured Income and aeeurity. Saa NURSING HOME On bBS line. ImmedIate sale bit with F. A. AlI I Mr. TUaer with J. P. ..tt.. 145 .

Iris;. Irani, tide. end rear. Fruit i ACRES ea pared Gof
Scenes dim .>. Urce bedrooms.Hear TODA Y'S BEST VALUE about B miles from Orlando blab 409 S.-Orange Are. I baths. Also smaller buntalow. Fnr- I I.lIbed. HABmDASBERy sod 5n- .

r ecbeaL sa4 but route. Csacrrcac exceptionally constructed. land tots at (large tres. electricity.and LAKE FRONT=323 It. oa a beautiful . Good locatIon 3 Iota. Grapefruit I FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION sad bltious youac maa. Wa *t.m;: .' pen.fitb5v1.. ,.-

uSual Urn Phot la kitchen; 3-bedrooms; many .odem.1 tbe best barcata we bare had at i lake. 235 ft. ea a hard road. S and orange trees. Sea this for results list yoar property wIth'I I partner la eint .... 18.eoo .. J

wladew 6) M W. Waihlattoa.Ueritrt I Career lot; II fruit ,. 8545. Terms 8100 down and Ill acres ta eranti (1'0.'. Total I acrea. I a good established laeomt. 812.500 M.nteJ1ama. Realtor. 21 required ta so Into aew t k. M- 011 .'
with I Joe O. Mrert school eoJl... Ph. Winter month. McKehrey Broker. Room 8. j Price. ''110O. Call Georgia *eaSchiller. H cash. Sam Johnson Co208 8. I'I WashintUa. Phone 8106. W'I I formation ta office only. CoartaeyI I \

: IW"V :1..Mil. "n Homes." W. 84 E. Conical Are. Realtor. 718ft. MaIn_ J J'O I Rosily 392 N. Orsace.


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$*. Nile Wanttd-Mai* I Irvua I 71. Airplane Sales and Service I I 75. Used Cart for Sale Trailers-Tracks for Sale 'nnbzIl; &rntnrl-itar I,
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY:
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-... 1.iis. F. L YtaP&4wtS4. TWill ENGINE rating oa Orummaa CHRYSLER-1941 Windsor convertible 1'1.: 1946 I...-... with LABOR DAYSPECIALS .ORLANDO. FLORIDA

__ ., "..ra.t Widgeon land. sea and Instrument. sedan. Here 1s a real bargain axle. 600 mile Private.1 S. ,
Veteran's training. Orlando Aviation 1511$. It woa't last long. At 60 W.Central ____. Pre c Loneweod.. PIa.I MILLS I AUGUST 31, ISn PAGE I R A
Country Club. Ph. Winter Park M3.vrrtRAica Ave. only. a. 8. Evans.' : 1
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t 1941 FORD Sedan Coupe. Supef
FLIOHT TEAINIMO CHEVROLET 1941 Club coupe. A I ICECREAMCUSTARD .
Single and multi-enxlne ratlasa real clean u,. Locally: owned. Price owe TRACTOR 1944. and Fruehaai Deluxe. One owner. has original "WOR'S '

"CllnOlD numucirr. -umlrDTM ;Job training for mechanic's ratine. 81395. flAW Motorsv 601 M. Orange; trailer. 221 W. Chorea Street. AND' .1 tires exceptional! clean. 'I 1 .
L.lsI ...... .
S Lakeland.HOT Call Ryan Field. Apopka. 1"1L*. 2-2550 I DEALER'
I 1942 DODGE 4 door sedan. In first LAS LOANS
MACHINES LAS
7%. Antos-Tracks for Bent DESOTO-1946 custom sedan: lowmileage HOUSE TRAILER-1947. 21' Sleeps class condition at a noflest i
good condition. Can 4374 ,
I ; 4. electric brakes butane gas, used price.
or 9873 3 weeks. See Forest City Rd. Free Installation and. service I i Borrow By PtxnwtCALX. I
D. VARNEH O-Dll.IVK-IT-DrlY. tt I oa We Doe
OftDtft COOK-a-iperteoced. yourself; tow rates; by' mils or day. DODOa.-.1940. 4-door sedan. Driven I BOX 252-B 1940 BUICK Super 4 door sedan. JI I : a-

*..*. SLItS IbiD. 45 NorthQresae I D. Tamer O-Drtve-IU Inc. 234 W less thaA 40,000 miles. Motor excellent I HOUSE TRAILER Sill screened Radio. new seat covers. good [LARGECT .. .
Central Phone 2-31S3 Nice living suite.Brags. I Il tires. A better bu- CS-THEN STOP !'m
A''IiI._ _ __ Art. condition. Radio heater seat I porch. room SUNSHINE SALES CO. I I the State o F
West Trailer Park. Fair-
HERTZ DttlV-CR-SELF 8TSTEM coven new tires. Contact: owner. 40CIBro.d..y. ,l IN
.1UtAUAtOII3-tzpeT1euc.d THE SAME BOUB FOB
esire s er_..er,. Meal be aa.. I Trucks and passenger cars for rent I I IYWa.I Exclusive: State DIstributors 1941 FORD Deluxe Coupe. Opera I

*...>.. )0,.... a.rm. _tid aad Uls5S. by' hour day or week. Low rates 379K. DODGE-Deluxe sedan. Seat covers. !I HOUSE TRAILERS For sale or 409 Hampton StreetP. I seats. In excellent condition: I i THE CASH $30 t p :Q.. ate .

Vrtr oaauue steed IPPII.isStss Orange, phone 2-4064. good Urea radio new paint low o trade for vehicle. Furnished or 0. Box_ 2818 Tampa Florida thruout. Reasonably priced. I r s from
$. $-., UetbJiwr" Corp. 6 mile o JIM CTJMBIE: U-DRIYE-IT '47 mileage. Driven by owner only. Best I furnished. Bob Trailer Park. U"I' f Get cash roar Siensmre. -
***** *. *.T. .41._Mr. Mesdrkks.wiWIni I model can. By d.,. week or month. used car buy in Orlando. 81.500. Sec Highway. 1948 FORD Convertible "Sportsman' f. .tk 0 i N..
..... - ..... .. .* .aa to aC aaeetoo I Competitive rates. 804 M. Orange: at 539 N. Hughey or can 2-0844* I HOUSE TRAILER .1946. Zimmer. r Coupe. Perfect condition Auto e Pa can today'I

aaae,ee In .....U.p. el'.1 I dial 2-4521. DODGE 1942 Station wagon. 4-I, Electric brakes. Tandem whee. has radio and low mile- I
,; -- .. .0I ...... woo Meat i eara per d ?. Mugs 1 II OUN U-DRIVE IT INC*-Hew cars wheel drive. Just right for some Butane .... sleeps 4. New dolly. .,e. Priced to sen. J DeiiM .

.... ken freest contact vttk :03. baj- for rent by da,. week or month. surveyor or grove man. 8845. D&W I Complete. 81995. 1083 North Orange LOW COSTTRANSPORTATION 0 I GFC LOAN COMPANY lss o peSE
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_p- : IlL at .tar-lea eltras. This u a 'No red tape. 2 location 242 N. Motor 601 N. Orange; 2-2550 Avenue.

reel WMftuutr let right man. Orange Ph. 2-4814. and 142 H. DODGES 1939 4-door sedan and !: HOUSE TRAILER-1946. 25' electric ,: n .RobInson 679J
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tsgsMlp.Si.I to profit above Garland. Ph. 2-4347. 1940 4-door sedsn. Open Sundays. i brakes furnished or unfurnished. STANDARD i U P
a.o4. M4 if Ce*>4 .. 5 W.-UID. ooaa i. 8. C. Motors. 850 N. Orange Ave. Opportunity. Welch. Palm Trailer MOTORS. INC.
.. ....-.. .......... Boi 4M g-atar. TRUCK FOR RENT-New 1H ton' .
Tge :ii- I stake body or flat. Rt. I Box 662. I! DODGE-1937 4-door sedan; good I Park.I 373 K. Orange Ave. Dial 34064.OLJN'S I I II

I tOCia Hth school tie. win0 -.. shape. 9 good tires; new battery. I HOUSE TRAILER-Liberty. late 1946. 1942: CHEVROLET Business i I II
*. M stork ea4 bar. for work 73. Auto Service Winter Park 481 J.DODGE I Used S week. Like new. 82.400. I I CHOICE NEWER CMMI

to our sad Itork room. Pill tin*. I. I 1939 4-door with 39.000 I I Telephone 1343. Coupe I I
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......... Dis aST >'ar.'U"UJIXcm .
ALIGNMENT Free inspection.Prompt
actual miles. Banala. Phono ,'HOUSE TRAILER-U' Late model $1095 WadsworthOffers I
t CITRUS FRUIT re- i: repairs by expert: mechanics. A one- i 23985. I 1946. Like new thrill'boll" IlteI : Haley '
.I*, tc lcs>l work. Wrtte W. H. stop service at Ooodysax Sm1cl.r I| trie brake Butane. Awning. Sacrifice. -, I 47 STUDSSAKIR'Se. ..
I s.. t"ua rt.M Co. ... 8530. JsckaouaitPts. : 300 W. Orange Ave.I j t FORD-la 1946 1947.club Spotless coupe. Purchasednew condition .. With or without 1937 1941 CHEVROLET 5-pass. I I ..
let
_ _ I I11PIIJXCSDDr I - BRAKE JOBS and wheel throughout Beautiful maroon fin let. Megahan. Little Village Club Coupe OFFERSGOOD you the finest selectionof Cant ..
Cleaner. Apply ,. alignment. 1-day service. Wheels ish. Low mileage. Car will be sold Orange Blossom TralLI Cherrro-I 47 BTtfCTC
I 0 O l.. U Oeaaera. 310 Booth Or- :. balanced while you wait. C. A. ; for best offer Sunday' and Monday I I PLATT TRAILER-21 ft. $995 : used cars we have ever had i h .

aaae -teee sa TraU._' : Fringe A Sons. 1010 W. Church-: to private party only. Win consider I with til. floor. Fully i

.:: IATurualNQ elderly man forSasbo 1 I.i BODY AND FINDER repairing and 0 trade for cheaper car. 512 ChrIsten sleeps 6. Immediate possession; price S 1939 CHRYSLER Royal. CARS In ou entire history. Every '47 FLYMOCTHCvwe. D

clerk u Central Florida's painting. Esumatea gladly given Place phone 2-4177. 11400 CTRourke. tot S. Caroline 4-door sedan ready to SAc .
...... Fletee .*.... P,rmasnt position, no Satisfaction guaranteed. D. Vamer. FORD-1940 Deluxe "85" tudor. Moon Trailer Park. Orlando. car go .
usaecns lee Mr. Atkinson. 234 W. Central Avs. Phone J-3153 Good mechanically. 8795. WykygylMoton. $995 I .46BOKK Estate W.
TRAILERS See the 1947 M"
'e. .. t= eat !!..... Klaaunaee. Fla. BRAKES REPAIRED-We supply all 751 N. Mills. 2-2174 I before-you buy. 3 sixes Built system '47 FORD Convertible Club with a Bafxk aB .

... ' JOIW THAT CAN OIVI YOU TroP1-1 I. your auto needs: also Urea gas I I risht. priced nsht. Youngs Trailer 1939 OLDSMOBILE "&" Coupe EtICIC-1947 Roadmsster sedan .
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: ".* task aaTtaci la 3 ,.. and oiL Dixie Sales & Service. W Sale Orange Blossom Trail at Am.La .- ..
arbMl irMnaua, yea art South at Boone 8t FORD-1936. This Ford baa ran into 2-door sedan '41 STUDEBAKER Champion: FORD-1947 Super deluxe tudor I. Ver.. 1.. --

'W:& WrtJB.n:-.: ::1 .*... M MM la vhlch pos can save ,i D. VARNER INC. wants to buy' your a little trouble. Now. wnether tt L TRAILKR Hissina. Nearly new. $995 2-door I .
all *MMh mtmn in 3 yeara to tart I I auto or truck and will pay top was a train or a mad jackass I don't .r Harley Wadsworth. 615_N. Orange; FORD-1946 Super deluxe H
p..i t'm baetnessl Tour real chance I price Immediately. D. Tamer Inc. I know. I extra quarts of oil go with 8597j coupe '47CHTRQLtT
Iii a lISA more bttlu with theM Studebaker Sales and Service. 234 this Job. Youll need it before you I S 1935 PLYMOUTHdoor 47 CHEVROLET Stylemaster' I Sees, dttrea M .
...alar Army er Air Force. S.- I j TRAILER-1946 UnivenaL 29 ft. 2H! Super sedanette
--. -- W. Central Ave. Phone 23153. get home. '185. J. R. Smith. 711 M. .... sedan 2-door : Bt1ICK-I9
I bottle Innerspring mat
room '
Mt a IN *e''re equipped to do. TheArsar Orange. c CHEVROLET
SPRINGS for all can and trucks. tress. 11 '. awning electrical automatic FORD-1942 tudor sedan -
4 A4 M..4.1 .- Air Force oilers the lushest pay I $250 '48 OLDSMOBILE I r(
.. *4 rss.1olu4. IB history. alone: with opportunity I Complete sprint service. Raymond water heater oil circulating .P
i FORD 1942 deluxe st
let travel. education. and real setartiy. Auto Parts Co. Telephone 2-3434. I bestir and platform and chain included. Sedanette Super U
, h. Viol food ciethlnt. housfng.SM -. .I FORD-1941 door sedan Radio and Ready to move in. Call .. I wagon "46 MERCVRY S door Baa.ped .

.. .. ....... medical cart wW con fOil noth- 73-L. Auto Farts-Accessories heater. black finish.. Clean inside -0761 ext. 1SVJ or 2-4754 45 CHEVROLET Fleetmaster Custom sedan lot sgteed wita '
11" Colonial Dr. Ph.
I .. .... I and out. Only o TR.UI.Z1I.S-Ztew and used AID r1can.. 2-door DDGE1 signed motor capeMst of "
U ,.. are an ax-serviceman. yon caatoeis FRONT END REPAIR. PARTS now 2-0353. I New Premier. 81495 $ Ac StarlingAlexanderMotors' i FORD-1939 deluxe sedan
> c.... to home. with the rea-I>I available for almost any / FORD-1939 coupe. New paint good i cessories. Coleman Ill: Preway "47 .
sue"LM"-: t. = aoaeela asaaranee of a one-year a-1 auto. G A. Frame A Sons. 1:1V mechanically 8395. Colonial Mo- ton parts.--dollies awnings bottle 46 FORD -a" 2-door Sedan CHEVROLET-1941. Sports. sedan !I OBI .
ttlBenl U your own Army Area. I Church. phone 8811. ton. 1239 E. Colonial Dr. Ph. 2-0353. I'I etc. Aakney Trailer lall.I.
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I I. .. 0 PSSr. .SI ::r..tlren '46 FORD LINCOLN ZEPHYR .
& 1941
Qualified veterans who tout for ; Blossom TralL : 1oor'Sedan ToW'47
i I WHEELS: -Plymouth. Complete with FORD.- 1939 Station Wagon with 501 N."ORANGE AVE. PAC D?SW .
-X'M'tftll& throe yean may select the European tires and tube 600x16.( Goodyear i only 39000 miles. New tires. Good 2-2505 I sedan C t .
Theater, 'Telephone 23871. body. 81045 D&W Motors. 601 N. 42 FORD 2-door Sedan
.. ... DIAL 7>7S CHEVROLET-1941 Town sedan .
Heee yer blfehance' to learn and Orange: 2-2550. 48 PLYMOUTH das

........ -- developed ear*. white aoeciaUced atteadlnt schools the in highly the I II 74.=..-Autoa-Trailers t1 FORD-1936 Station wagon. Completely -I TJU.CTORS-Grore type- '42 NASH Club Coupe HTSN-I9 Commodore eedaa driven 4400. mitea e 11--

I ,i f s oi. ::-ease* lyMeUaafce osr I. I varteu Amy and Air Force branches AUTOS W.urnD-A117: make any I t 8745. See refinished private owner especially at Vet's nice 3 entirely rebuilt grove tractors for '41 OLDSMOBILE 98" I MERCURY-1941 Town sedan '46 PLYMOUTH Ce5ts n.

Toil let tralntac for a profrulonal model. More cash quicker. Wykysyl Parramore and sale. Can 1MI seen at PaxatcGrowers 4-door I CA. .
OJSM. l...e* .** rira* Set vie* Station. Town sedan &IW.
UfHll-wlUI regular pay checks that Victor 751 M. Mills; 3-2174. -
cOL-l
Co-dWeraUve. Forest
v: a p's.. .....i-=*.*McM tm4.>. .uar. ye. rtal security and .t bli.ny. .:I AUTOS WA.NTJD-WW: pay hIghest I' FORD Amelia.- 1942 Russian jeep. Perfect t City. I JIM JERNIGAN '4"l FORD -6" 2-door Sedan BUICK-1941 super sedan I .46 driven PLYMOUTH a c .
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cash for Olins Ine.
.> fcMsn mired price your car. I condition. Ready for the groves. S.I I.
IT
It roa are or over yon are
. .......... to aet fall details a. to how you' Orange 142 M. 24814.Garland. 2-4341 or 242 M. 8645. D&W Motors. 601 N. Orange; ;I UTILITY TRAILER also House Trail- USED CARS '39 CHRYSLER New Yorker PLYMOUTH-1941 deluxe sedan I '48 POXTZAC8' 4 s****. >

5, ...IU,. o.t the facU. with no j [ 2-2550. ,I er. Sleeps 4. electric: brakes. Cole- 4-door i CHEVROLET-1941 Town sedan New.
SUsSUo u you. from the ntarrrtO CARS WANTED-Any make or modeL FORD 1939 A-I condition. Apply. ( man stove with oven. Insulated 691 I.8p e.

'!- Hs>svto4..lrssiaaaOTtarB S Ana and Air Force Recralt-:: : I need 50 to 100 can each Thurs I Bob Watts 105 N. Hughey St. Formosa St. oft W. Fairbanks. Win FOR OUTSTANDING '39 PONTIAC "8" Convertible: PLYMOUTH-1941 2 door touring I I'46 CHEVROLET OeaiOlBXl C *
day. Best prices are paid. Bring your ter Park.
ins Slattoa at Rutland Bide. Or- i Puny eqatpswd. wava ssKSSiUrea.
...*Ig, a els4.Wrtto la.... rss.U. I car Thursday to lioilyRebsoualootor I PORD-I941 Tudor sedaa. Radio and : FIRST SHOWING of the 1948 Palace I Coupe CHEVROLET-1941 Town sedan I
heater. original black finish. A
.. ......... tEP.4 P.tI Auction. 2120 8. Orange Bios' 1- will love to own. 81195. Colonlal I Trailer. The tint and only port- VALUESWe I
aces Trail. Ph. 7349 for particulars.INC. you 38 PLYMOUTH OLDSMOBILE-19M 2 door sedan I
| Sates Help Wanted I Motors. 1239 E. Colonial Dr. ,I war trailer of Its kind OB the market 4-door '4 CT Ratal 4 ..
't"I : D. VAR.iER. wants to buy your I j Complete metal body throughout Sedan Ii CHRYSLER-1938 4 door sedan I I Lo l..
% truck and will tap FORD 1942 2 door sedan. Hew' with also !
AVOW PBOOOCTS. _wffl tram auto or pay Equipped apartment FrigldI I
.. .a4iS. btI ..... .I woawa lo earn SI.00 and more per I prices Immediately. J). Varner Inc.. paint. Central Florida Motors. 100 !I .. Butane gas stove forced air I It have the kind of car you 37 FORD -85" 4-door Sedan . .AC-1941 4 door sedan I '46 MERCURY 4 .

I !_ hoar "__tins our product: Studebaker Sales and Service., 234 I W. Jefferson St. Phone 2.2424. {, system pros many other features ;I will be proud to own. See our i i' b toM from .

ut.tf .. WeBta employed need sot apply. W. entralAve._ Phone:- never before sled la a trailer home '37 FORD "60" 2-door I 9
1:3h.W: Sedan
....s.." ..4 M o.. ..... Ooeaiaii la Orlando and aurroundIM I| FRANK REED reaUy to i Easy terms arranged. Frank ReM I I selection before you buy. 41 CADILLAC *6r BltlSjdBi,
.. ...... ..$4tIsI ...... Write uaUOcationi: tDtllman. | set the Sub dollar for your car I II FORDS-Am broke out with Fords. Trailer Sales. 201 N. Orange 31*- '37 DODGE VETERANS SELECT rafeiy gpofess. tag *** 1
... _..L U' ."1 Kaeau 51' Broadway Or- i or equity. Cash la five minutes. 1930. '31. 32. 33. '34. '>>, '38 and som Trail. : Coupe YOU mOeage

4 ..n.* J.s OasIS I i Why give 'tin away} dive uo ai j 37. Coupes. Tudor and .-dOOTa.I I! 1947 SIMMER TANDEM is hen lai CHEVROLET-19 47. club convertible '37 DESOTO 4-door CAR NOW AND .
.. .,, KOUTI MAN for IOU drink truck. i chance 201 N. Orange Blossom'I Mostly West Florida sod Georgia i 4 and 6-pMcenser models. Equlp1 Sedan 44 PONTIAC Seaaaettt.ved. P.
." bpertrace preferred but not raealiaL i Trail 7883. style. My' friends in Hshlra says the I 1 Did with Butane gas and apartment : .-
..... I' best for Is to CADILLAC 4-door Sedan WE WILL HOLD FOR
substitute Ignorance
AU models I
Good and commluton.FIIOB { sise PrigVlelres. new eaI .
ro. FILLEY MOTORS INC. will buy. sell
.. ... .... keep big mouth shut but I sot 1947 club I'n 46 CHEVROLET
your .
display. I ICHEVROLET
W637 for appointment. I I f or trade 'Mr ear for the high I Up to 30 months to pay.Prank i j SMALL An..
-.. Mist to ten you about this bunch. These i DEPOSIT
Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N. .
UTATB' dollar. See us at 200 W. Central ; coupe. le
SALESMEN or1
... MAI. you i
'stt stiSt ona. I babies have all got hog killin good Orange Blossom Trail. '
I. **4 'S ...re..I i are StrainS less than S6.600 yearly.i Phone 5416.hIGhEST motors are right and rugged Anything t 46 P 9 Oat*}
I STUDEBAKER 1947 "Cham TRUCKS
base a real ettate Uceote. a car. CASH Paid for goon clean honeymoon 8200 DOWN win buy a house trailer I DI .
0 i from a gator hunt to a -
t!! 'l1gr I| aaaM eaka ability and not afraid in.etL used cars. Winter Park Motors. !I trip. From 8125 to 138$. Cometo from Frank Reed. Large selection: I pion" 4-door sedan 813 N. Orange Ph. SS97 Lw "an.

= 1 hart proposition to offer that I Fairbanks and New York: ph. 900. ; see Ole J. R. and look 'em over. of new and used trailers to choose I 47 DESOTO Bo*

: IsSt : I I cHeau via aatlafy 47'to.bay.Plenty to liallntt don'I delay.and I PONTIAC WANTED-AU models Including J. R. Smith 711 N. Orange. from.pay rent UP to Prank 30 months Reed Trailer to pay.Sales.Why: I 0 FORD-1948 2-door sedan. '42 CHEVROLET 1%-ton. U.Nul S.. .

; 112. Bee J. P. Uattox. 10 toU. 1947.. Or Old. Dodge or I 201 N. Orange Blossom TraIL I stake body
hat
Mt.ISPSt'SI I other clean c.,. Silvers PonUac. 62 i, PLYMOUTH-1945 4-door se- .tl DXSOTO CsMtom 4 door sedasu
Maim aso.
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WORKING MEN Very lew
is VsS*. At. West Colonial Ave. RD.-i946 super delusel-doer se- danP'ORD1942 .
42 FORD 1 2-ton. stake body
iAW..Dl-T. aril advertisini for panel. 1937. Exceptional: mechanical
!: % i! PICKUPTRUCK WANTED-in exi dan. 7.000 miles 81750. For Informatlon -
aattonal maiailne. Must hare condition Good rubber and .
a phone 2-1845. I '
rar and ... a resident of Orlando or i change for Pontiac 2-door sodas body. Best offer. Stsv s Service I 2-door sedan 41 CHEVROLET Suburban AUTOMOBILESBUY
: ...M O..t;: :ts* ,. Mf .._. *. ",...._. required. "In and in excellent condition. 514 S.Hughey. . 1500 South Cheney Hisaway. Park phone 498-R. BUICK-1941 super 4-door sedan '39 FORD i-ton pickup
I...... ** >t AST ftaeo.otOriaa Out* ....lk. I0... Inc. Box 147. I Ph. 6307. Goldenrod Rd OR SELL USE
'
h,. 'St ti I Alia""ala SUUon. Miami 42. norMa ''I I pRlvAnPiRn desirsiTfive passenger FORD 1940 2-door sedan. A perfect I '48 JEEP [civilian modellOLIN'S CA

--- ..... coupe from owner. Phone car from bumper to bumper.At I

.. .. ... 'ALISILUI-To_ contact groceries.licolieat ,28851. 1 I 60 W.. Central only. R 8. Evans. NOTICELight 'Many many others to select Now is the time to BARGAN'U

.s. = ,rodweliberal commis- I FORD-1941 2-door sedan. Excellent !I
S ..... Caa bo handled with other R 8. EVANS. -World's Largest Auto condition clean inside and out. J. Weight Studded : from. See us before you buy USED CARS

'r: '" s' ... ...... Writ r. O. 30;.2101 for 111I I Dealer.** is only interested In buying I S. C. Motors. 550 M. Orange Ave. and save consult THE OLD
..Stt. -- kt P1t terrlew. the finest. Will purchase any i Open Sundays. "T" Steel money. POI DeLus C'U _.I Mt
I year make or model and pay aa unbelievable ,
I fiolilL
.. ,, 4321 4771.pries on the spot. Call j I FORD seat -coven 1934 aedan.Ortgtnal perfect mechanically. Fence Posts 242 N. ORANGE AVE. REUBLE! DODGE a C._.

.... St Stst.. nnUAL OFPORTOTCTTaleaati or 1311$. At 60 W. Central Ava. only Available at Jim l.ntil-a Used Can ; 42
DIAL :-431 "O
R. 8. Leans.HUDSONClean. OLBI
Z4E.a :j m sal 't.b'to start WOULD LIKE TO buy the best car 5aD ___._ ..
... > with 1941 coupe. Must Matt G. Reeves & Co. lOG W. Central
I- -.HI..cr. A''I I uaavMUMly with natloaal erianiiaI 8600 can purchase.: 301 N. Tampa I sell by next week. 912 81t Street.HUDSON 142 N. GARLAND ST. Save $100 to POMT1AC "61* _sUN
I _- st ......4s ... 'SI I Mo.. Maiaau Insurance. specialtyesperlence I I Ave. phone 2-0432 -1942 Six sedan. Ptttect la 112 South 12th St. $0 .t '

.Stm StStPtSS Si .. I halpfnl but not ..ssenttal.Laralosa BUSINESS D GOOD-Car* art I Tamp. Fla. DIAL 2434T .
1 every way Has more than 12 accessories. dean Cars and a Clean DeaL 40 PORD 2-docr ____ _u_. C
ISO weekly. Rapid !I : .
.. 1100 to I
. higher
... -- than ever befors. Cash Sdgewster Hotel. Winter Ph. M-1104; )4.>>1. I
- ....1l Btos&ouoa for qualified men. We Immediately any make at Martins Garden.LA 41 PLYMOUTH Special

;# tii... fe'S ....... traia ,... Ma .eaavasslni. Sales oa I Used Can 101 N. Main. 8409.I I I i 1941 PLYMOUTH 2-door ...._?_., ...__.
C\p
leads only. Apply SALLE 1939. Clean excellent
assaIled moraI -
a I "toI I II II -
PRIVATS PARTY OP ,
J'=: .a:1I"v I lass 10 M 12 only. Mick Cniaro. Kmpira WILL pay mechanically. Original 121
.. I I owners.
sSI I 11941 _
Phone 31 BBICK Epeetal 4aoff $
for good used car. : _
JIM CUMBIE PLYMOUTH Tudor.
i Haul 21 W. Central. Crlando. 2..0:; ''Z. Harvard Avs. SAYS!

$ ;;. I j WANTiD TO BUY Good used I i MOTORCYCL&-11H1 Harley-David-' TRANSPORTATIONPRICED j 1 Clean '40 ___ S IN
car PLY.
... .......... ..... ....I I from individual. Phone 2-4012. I I son 74 oh T. Like new 8750. Lake CHECK .THESE It is impossible for us to describe
Vi.14&I It ....... Motors. Eustls Phone 277. RIGHT 1946 PLYMOUTH Special '41 Special DS&MH
.....frir OUT OP WORK or oa shorter hours ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good t the beautiful stock of 2-C._-_--______ --_NON
I I -Write M Immediately regarding clean used can. Jim Cumble Can. i automobiles Deluxe Coupe
we now have on
# P.. .. I'Sri 4a ... .. inoil ; 10. North Orange Avenue. Phone FOR '
... 'SStisis -Ut.i. ItS ,I ooaortaaltiea to. supply consumers I 2-4521 ,I MODEL A FORD:-1930 coupe. Has I CHEVROLET Vt ton ..take.I display. We do not have any 4 OSBI.tdttr.
:: of Orlaado and several nearbylocalities
., ........ >ao water proof large steel box In back Very clean.: 4,000 miles. Like 1942 PL Fordor
I(' with Rawlalsn products full GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car with removable screw top. large I car in our inventory that we Yot '34 BUICK 4 door sedan _.... MM
jstic** te C> tuaa. Mo siperteaee or capital sec.I ..-i regardless of make or model. Used enough to hall a big grizzly bear or a new. OUTSTANDINGVALUES have to'apologize for. Some

.. .. I It ,I sary. Far taurrlew write Revletsb5.sOas. ;I Car Exchange.: 211 W. Washington family' of 7 children. It'a a stomp I BUICK-1941'Super Sedan. Very "39 BUICK 4 door sedan ____ MM
-- PAD 1S< -1" W.mphI. TeaL St. Phone 22882. I : as old as 41 models that have I I 1941 BUICK Special Sedan
... .......;;; I I down good 'un. J. R. Smith. 711 JC.o clean. ,
: MACS VAil UONIY=Belllnf finest GET CASH Hi I MINUTES Any I o Orange. II a NEW CAR appearance and '40 CHITRZTCoe.. .Mt4ignrvR0trr
Wi M4 eisA. P.
s s*1 I j Use tl boss Christmaa cards and f make or model. StarlingAlexanderUotorv !I FORD-1946 4-door Sedan Super mechanically tops. We hum 1941 Special Sedan-
stationery 11 b.nata assortments BUC t psasisger
,. Ml M. Orange Ave. Phone i Deluxe. ,
I.p .. 100* protlL Write for 21 card I I 787$. ;. I I bly invite.your inspection and I[ ett CAb OrC ...,._.-..- .

.... .. *r ORAl'mt. Leader OK approval and free offer. I SPOT CASH PAID foe your used car. I r CHEVROLET 1940 Convertible comparison. REMEMBER ifit's

Dept. '1. Silver Swan Studios. 320 1 See J. C. MrKellar. Your Packard MODEL A FORD MOTOR la a 1932 I t Coupe. |! JIM CUMBIE "IT 1939 OLDSMOBILE. 2-door 41 CHSTKOLET 4 door SO M .
'f 'M; rifts are. M. T.SKTROCKTT a CAR.
:,
Dealer, 342 N. Orange Avs. Phone Model S 4-door sedan frame. Oe I
i< FORD-1939 2-door j! MUST BE RIGHT!" sedan 39 CHETHOLKT 4 door aedM -.SIN
I
'S's4PYSt your Income! Uaka <2S 1147. I I yo -there and bring-you-back modeL STUDEBAKER- 1946 5-
.... day easyt Sell sensational new I If this one doesn't suit you. Just give
SELL OR mos us your car. Orange CHEVROLET-1B39 2-door. I sedan ___.
FORD Tudor DOOGI 4 door
Write Bo $" 1itar.VWfki.ducatloosssl.aman, few and I will make 1940 .
5St.in. BuIck Co. H. Dean Ross. 830 me a minutes i I. passenger coupe.CHEVROLET1942. i
0f' A N. Orange Ave. Phone 5410. after Im. I you one that dots. *265. J. R. Smith.. CHEVROLET-1931 2-door. PONTIAC -f Sedan '41 FORD 4 door sedan ___
....... -%. soa4toots We have been la business cur 30 p rail 4646 'I I 711 M. Oranss. Iowa I.c 11933 FORD Tudor .

, 0.. tears. Our representatives are earn- I I LA Sedan "40 FORD Cevrerttte39LASALLX
: = BADLY IN NEED of UU and 1947 I t c-.
let as kith as S1000 per month. automobiles and older cars. Harley sedan. 1940 FORD Fordor
STANDARD MOTORS BUICK Special Sedanette
Jlf Leads famished from aatlonal ad- I Wadsworth. 615 N. Orange Ate, I i WOTORCYCU-F.moUi lightweight 4 door sets --..
-. rttalnf.' A real opportunity for asa I "James" 120 miles per gallon.
: .... who taa sell. Some of the lead- DONT SELL for less than we will I bump erasing springs. 8355-8185 INC. i ACKARD-I942 convertible '6 HUDSON Super Six Sedan 1939 FORD Fordor f '34LASAILI 4 door sad*. ... NO
.. Is tie, 1 IM art talent la America has been pay. Get all you can for your old I I down balance 10 months. D. Varner.I' .
,.4, ..r:: .::: 0 framed. by our school throuch corrmooadeac -,| car while the getting is still good.Shop I I i IDC. 234 W. Central. Washington at Orange Blossom coupe. BUICK Special I.dl 1947 CHEVROLET ..dor 'JiUSCOUt ZEPHTR 2
*. write I. 8. Smith. Art around then sell It here as so TrailQUALITY ..
-P ....... NASH_1940 Convertible coupe new
ben have done. Central Florida I sedan
many CRO3HT Sedan
iMtrwcUoaw Iao Minneapolis IS.ailaa. I' 1'6 '
Motor L. P. Hasan. Ph. 22U'pbone . motor new brakes. Radio and .FORD-1941 convertible Co..r'l 39UCSCOBT a c_-- .
A I .. I: 8597. heater '895. Wykysyl Motors. 781
W>>t II N. Mills. 3:2174.OLDIMOSILI FORD Co."r Coupe 1937 CHEVROLET sedan. OIS6UOSILE _--.
I .:4ttU: i;:: IT Cmplonnent Agencies coupe. 't .
; '
.; I %S. Used Can for bale 1936. aIL Motor I PONTIAC Station Wagon Clean.
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4 ...-- -.-.- BUOWira PIRIOIfltILSM 8XRTICXMursea overhauled 8299 128 Page Avenue. CARS 38OI 6UQMLX 2 dMT _
I
- .... -* ka/M.. $.sI1 Resutry. If you want I AUTOMOBILE AUCTION 200 to OLDSMOBHJE-1940 "10' 4-door se CHEVROLET-1941 convertible '6 FORD Club Coops '39 OtDSttOHLX 4 door _

J rE.5175'I'> J I.ark SOSBO to III W. CenUaL II you 400 automobile and trucks will. I dan. Clean. In good condition. J. 1M7 "CADILLAC Cub Cpa. coupe.MERCURY1941. I' .

_, ..... ..U S32S i iI sell had here our Tuesday largest and 1 best P-m.sale sharp.We last I" C. Motors.' ISO M. Orange Ave.Open Almost new. I 4< PLYMOUTH ee..rblo Cop PICK-UP TRUCKS .t BTCOEBAKZR Cimmi a_

4 : I Tuesday. Three dealers bought fifty- Sundays. o _....------...-.
> S*t**. fa .Stt ka soJMeri I 1 M. Work WaD&etlFemaleI two and trucks. We.sold PLYMOUTH-1941 Tudor sedan. A INS PACKARD Custom Clipper. I 4-door I 41 FORD Super Peloxe Sedan t. I
cars
m taM K..4J *.rk. sji ... one CHEVROLET *i ton. __
hundred and forty-five can. We an perfect car la every respect.: Only Almost new. has everything. I sedan. i 41 CHIYROLJT Sedaa 194 4 PI 4 door sedan u .
i o. axr l .* Ml a..tr.w 'Se OOIOUD WOUAN waIts days work i 1 selling lots of good can for private i 11195. Colonial Motors. 1239 E. ColOnlsl -

- I Iii I I or a half day lob. 763 8. Uma St.fiwiIBHOSnsa owners each sale. The Q I. will have i Dr. Ph. 2-03S3 1(41 BUICK Super Sedan. .I. I fORO Coups Me new 41 OLDSUeBSX 4 door ..

""oj .*r i iTGNiSrS ... : experienced.Tetophoao : .. !1 their money and will be here next i I YWOUTR-II48.. 4 door deluxe. Very low mileage. FORD-1941 2-door sedan. .t Co..rbl

\ .. 'S .*41 1824. Tnesdsy. Don't cheat yourself. If you I Low mileage. Excellent condition.. 1J48 PACKARD "220" Clipper I' 47 MIRCCRT Costertible Coups 195 DODGE % ton like new '41B9KK < door sedan -...
t ..., 4tkaoa want to buy or sell come with the CaU 4427. ,
:
I6ilWOaK WA1'f1'm-r. hall day. crowd to the largest sod best sale iaI Overdrive. practically new. CHEVROLET-1941 Iowa 41 PLTUOUTH Esdsa 'UB1 4 .sedan _.
: Street.aouliTgiPaa000d
T. mJtNtiT -1r ii I P1*. Always plenty buyers and plentyOf 1M1 PONTIAC -." Sedan. Verynice. sedan. .
,14 1... ... ... cook. Middle- cars to pick from. Remember anyone PLnlOtI'TB-1II3C sedsn Smack yourbps t I.u FORD Station Wagon REPOSSESSED CARS '39 E* CK 4 door sedan _.
4 *5.. .. are**! oe a \ 'S.s4sM.s.- -...,._ Automobile Auction Co. Lakeland. : what you want. Come to see ma la 1941 CADILLAC "6T Sedan. HUDSON 1941 5paisenger 4T FORD Club Coupe '40 DESOTO Co*vertttkt .
:= I Sedan $795
1942 OLDSMOBILE
fILL SOMEONE IULP-6 dessrvtng.middleasa PIa.I t my new location. 711 N. Oranss. ). I
womaa la need find I BUICK 1941 Super club coupe. R. Smith. 1141 PLYMOUTH Special Del. coupe.CHRYSLER1941. I'n CBZVROUT Convertible Coupe | 16 DODGE CeavertMo Or5V34Do5x3E4de.rse4Ss.

.rWlrrr .ses, HottKkNper. companion scam- Radio and good rubber Priced to i Sedan.1M1 I 1937 L Sedan _tTS

.. -- Di. stress lor linen room sslads. Exwtew sell. 81195 Doll W Motors. 601 N. Pn0C SedanI i i
OLDSMOBILEII" Scdin.Hydramabe. 5-pas- I ""
st relereaccs. health card. Oriole 2-2550. 1332 FORD Tudor $ I
I PLYMOUTH-1935. Good condition. radio and heater I '41 FORD CoawerUbat .
,430 K. UTtoastoa. 48 CHRYSLXX Windsor c M
BUICKS-Al wen as other makes.Nice 8220. Indian Seout Motor Cycle.Perfect. I senger coupe.iNASH19414door. Se.1
_. .. $
selection.: Orange Buick: Co- t 8195. 6 East Spruce.PACKARD 1941 CHEVROLET > Door Sedan.I I I I I.u CHEVROLET 2 door Sedan 1931 ESSEX Coupe n 91 2. ____--__._._ NO
It. Work Wanted-Male I F
sS 4 'S* SM H. Dean Ross. 530 N. Orange Avs. Coupe.Brandnew
5410 after I m. call U... -1939 Club 1940 BUICK Super Estate Wsgoa, I sedan. 1942 DODGE Sedan $
*515 $. ? Phone ; P- OUXOtOmtLX Sedan. l
clean Inside and .uLUII5.
motor. f 40 MIRCURY Club Coupe -11
; MKtx-AH around baker. St. S.
... 345-I. BUICK-1941 Convertible. Very clean I J. 8 C. Motors. 550 M. Orange New tIres, extra clean. . 1941 DODGE Sedan I new --------- ----..----t
:; See at the Cities Service Station. Ave. Open Sundays. 1940 BUICK 10LDSMOILE 1941 4- : '40 Sedan .9
ClKi> Super Coupe.These OLOBI
m& AMD MAION-.Waat.d. c'.I-
40 STBDSMSER &
28th St. and Orange Blossom TraiL
;551Itt : PLYMOUTH 1942 4-door ted... I sedan. 193 FORD Tudor 'l5O
Dtai door
: rt -. I us ask lor IM J | : one
BUICK 1938. Special 4-door sedan. Mew motor new tires with r.d.... OtOBI Blamat u.u.
iTA1S--4iavy chief petty officer. 00. Lewter'a ears sold with a 30-dar .arSBtea. I I'U
Mechanically good. 81145. DAW Motors 601 N. Orange; r anenI I 1942 STDEBAKER Sedan $1193 '
I( surrted. aalUle steam ansinear. Oarage Gotha. Iano.PLY1oIOUT'd. Ws PST ash for used cars.J. .CHEVROLET-1940 Iowa I .I0D 4....
.b.. i i
aukihi. tool& tad die maklnc.ooalao DODGK Sedan
> lekttUdlat. some sellinc extfenosxo CRIVROLET1540 convertiblecoupe. 1934 4-door eedaa. I sedan- I 6 i '6 PACKARD 4 door sedM .MJM
Radio and heater. Good
tm.B_aa3l desires sVStar.posiUoa with local conditionS1143 WykjSTl Motors 2-3483.good condition. Phone 13)9 or C. McKELLAR INC. i I '6 BUCK Super SedaneUs I WITH CONFIDENCE I DODOS Z. ..---.-.MM

* M ccg.LzagwIAn5ATSTiasz7_ wiuialtlatlva 711 N. Mills 22174CHEVROLET .PACKARD. 1937 coupe. radio. Good TOUR PACKARD DEALER CHEVROLET 1933 Iowa '6 PJ 2 Door Sedan BU 1'

and ambition desires eendttioa. Will sell inexpensively. 342 K. Orange Ava. Phoao (141 :II sedan. I : 'CADSXAC c..aWsa MM37HUD80JI >
3438 Fairway Drive.PACKARD 47 DODG1 Sedaa '
ookkeeplM work la or around Or- i Used Car Exchange's reputation .
MM
4 door aadM
4 -5' 5551 )51. S'S -1938 sedaB The newsIs I _
Re-
!5do. ExperWaeed and reference -1942 Clipper; two tonegreen throughout Central Florida fo
P ase wnte Box S22'sTStar.krtDOLt gettin around that Ole i. R. 1s. ; overdrive: radio. Nice aadclean. PLYMOUTH-1938 :, '6 PLYMOUTH Coupe able and dependable Automobile Waeov VI
Experience StoUM
Vacations
OraaMfe back la town. aver. --
827 W. Yale. 6 WIY
Aonics.xT service based the solid foundation
Orlando reai-
1s something you've got after sedan. : 41 Sedanette 1 e
..... 2* years rolling experience.Married. you have spent your money.' 1365. PACKARD-1940 4-door sedaa hi It's Startling! BUCK o HONEST VALVES and I '47 FIAT S. e545NObaadsow

I willing U do any kind ofwut. J. R. Smith, 711 N. Orange. good condition. Priced to sell. 8850. '4$ OLYOBI Hjdrsmstls .. BOES PRICES.If I ---.--.--.
5' *i_, I 1. Salary eommensurato with 227 Lucerne Circle CHEVROLET-1937 Iowa 1
awiny M trace vena. Box lit lie PLYMOUTH 1940 z- eedaa. Sd.1 EKOLMB AOaPTBI 4sedan. .

a i "ar. CHEVROLET Late model. Aerosedaa. .- Priced to selL Central Florida sedan. '41 CHEVROLET Sedan you looking for THAT 1'6 ..at* -..
JM RAMO REPAiaMAN years expeQOM. Two tone green.. Perfect Moton. Jefferson and Garland dial It's Amazing!IIt's a
drive in
KIND OF
> **, i DODOS % ton aseksvPaaat MM
1 1-2424.
years coOece. FM. AM. condition. Beat covers. 128 Page Ave. FORD-1942 dump truck. I 4 FORD Sedan* SEVC -
TUT. ..... address. Interfont systBM. YOU'VE .
loeun sad maintain fixed or CADILLAC 19414-door udasA i 1'6 PACKARD Sed.nt-. rtm II 'DOTI8NAIIOiAL
Cpr
states ataUona. Veteran. Ireo to good buy. STUDEBAKER 1940 Champion. FORD-1939 Semi-cattle I tenet.II15
4-4oor sedan. See thiscar Unbelievable!
Lincoln. 1941
rival .) 8-8tar. t
xm today.Both Motor sounds good. New paiaL 1 6 CHEVROLET ton p.1
t MPa-1v4-' au. ABOUWD office la eceTlent condition. fully think this la worth toe III II trailer.
i =" W aad salesmen desires position "ull'PIdYoar choice. 81850 each. I I caat ten yon right. I wont teU J -37 CHZVBOIZT pkk-up I Visit .
*ttk Lumber and Baildinc Supplies J. R. Smith. 711 N. Orange. - Many, aiaay eOJitfs _
I you wrong. .
Central CHEVROLET
Located lot 1301 W. Ave. 1939
| 5 Wf have keen knevn to pay a small pickup '41 CHEVROLET -Orl ndo's
eate Tears
x el experience. For taI R A. Harris Phone 54$$. SaD Ost"USE.
*n".. references reply to Boa >4( fortune for good late model ears bat truck.DODGE1936.
Is 1-4151.. CHEVROLET "- 1M7 Sedanett. AH t I CHEVROLET Town Sedan
accessories. 12.295. OPea Sundays. even U rear car lIa"a real late 4

s a V I W FOCLTBT tarsi by middle-aged J. 8 C. Motors. 650 N. Orange Ave. V-8 -60' midget race car. lztraeais.: -:-1esedO j veil sun "J a whale of a 41 PLYMOUTH. Special Deluxe Sedan CAR CASH T8RM6RVS.EVANS i
MMOJUIM. -.. 1'1wme Boa U3 8Stir.Aiternoa spare wheels and Urea Block: car.bureton coupe. TAE
in CHEVROLET-1941 Master Deluxe 2 double deck trailer. Ask lotKennedy. price for 1i \. I .
WAJmtv- Sr early eve- I 4$ SedaaWE
door sedan. Radio heater veryclean. -
Pearl Harbor Tourist Camn, tm
.tq Ml for situsa going to school.experteaco.. 8995. 3. 8. C. Motors, 550 N. i I .
1 RU 441. S 111I' south of Apopka.
tau usa bets. I pes'S Orange Ave- Open Sundays. I : We have many more to choose ECHGECre
'
-YU TRAVTLIIOO W l'01ZrIi1n Tudor sedan. Hew I 76. Trailers-Tracks for Sale STOP-WRITE-PHONE : from each representing good .

laroatbout State ot Florida atP111555. paint good rubber runs perfect.: ;values 'and dependable trans. Washlntton and Garland
Desire chute aa city saleernaa 8395 Colonial Motors. 1239 X. Colonial IDJ.lIlUL-Lar.e.. Electric: refrigersv::1 t ( NEEDCLEAN I
or small part of Central F1 rij Dr. Ph. 2-0353. I partition.
... OMB tot say vide awake propmlqs. tor. brakes butane gas. screened with K and W Motors i I
awnings
cement pation.
CHEVROLET 1941 Special DOuse porch
101 West Central Phona
.. Bavt Write 1M7 Box Sudtbakar 160 SStar.t. .C aSMkdtr. 4 door gcdaa. Like eev. Central or without 2 tots citrus bath. End LATE MODEL ZI W. Washington S u

Florida Motors. 100 W. Jefferson S$. Harrison Ave.. off Old Apopka Hwy. 400 North Orange MOM CM

AirvUata) Sales and Sees Phone S-24J .I COVERED WAGON-Maw roof and Cor Garland and Amelia :30 W. Washunnon s \.

CHEVROLET-1941 t door.. CaD be new paint. Small dowa payment.84X13 D. VAINER, INC. .
PtOifliA AW Acnrrms oa or. financed. Good condition. 1700 X. a month. Why pay rent? CAR 138 K. Cal I
l.ae Mvaletpal Airport offers vetoraas Winter Park ftd, Orlaado. Frank Reed Trailer Sates. 201 !I.. DIAL 2-0529 234 W. Central Aye. t BUYS MORE

> *!Mo ova ... approved flight _..- CHEVROLET-1939 2-door StandardS Orange Blosrom Trall.I .

MM s3ee- O sr< locauoa provides many mIAmi new tires new top aad heater. DODGE 1939. H-ton pick-up. Phone 2-3153 JIM CUMBIE PHONE 22, SELLS MOREc.t
te..... CU? busts to our door. Good condition. 3*< Johnson outboard I Clean. a pin and A-I condition.:I OPEN SUNDAYS CASt j
fan** SMI or tvaaiais X-70A1. Eliot motor together 8399 431 I I Jim JernUaa Used Cars. lOCI W. Caa.Itral M. Oranse Aye, Pho.22.
&. Kerba.-.owner, operator. Summerlin .... Phone 3-6361. Ave.
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Leaves DeLand Garden Club Orange CityResidents ThompsonsMake W. have a Real Estate L

For Vacation Board Visit Mortgage Loan Department.2nd I
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Group. : : I Ii Floor. Air Conditioned
'
Veol( to P* Sundoy Sertinel.Star Take elevator or stair.
B&ANO Prof. Richard C. Holds Meet i Have Guests With Parents

Brt.4 .f th SteUon faculty left .. I
m**? let WMfetafton.* D. C. Bern I [Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] .S.Srriic Br L VlDA- rtiumlfK. be will visit his SANFORD-The Board of Directors ; .. ORANGE CITY-Mr. and Mrs. OVIEDO-Prof. and Mrs. Allan\ Capita! and Surplus One Mi io. ,Potion
fn&" la West Vlritola.DM II of the Garden Club Center i4 Ray and C.Mr.Lampp and ,Mrs.of Brooklyn.Alvin Lampp.N.Y. 'Thompson and son Jim. of Vero text
H.C. O&."wood ha returned met Friday with Mrs. W. A. Fitts of Orlando are weekend guests of Beach are spending the week end [: L, Oi I
from a tour of the Naval basest I and agreed to accept a desk in .. ,Mr. and Mrs. Lemar Flemmingand with Mr. Thompson's parents the i _ _
J tUoorUJ" and Prnsacola and :
family. Rev. and Mrs. J. N. Thompson. i
a muse on the Gull of Mexico i the Tourist Booth, offered by the Mrs.B.D.Thursby has returned ,. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Duval INTRODUCING I.
M ftt el the Navy. He was one JayCees.It ,<. from Mount Dora. and daughter of Fort Pierce were j : .
.I II educator and ministers of was decided that each circle : : < Mrs. R. H. Ward and daughter. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doc < "THE PROTAM PLAN"RECOMMENDED ,f' f i
tfarida tnvitcd t to two days T
spend
in Ft. Meads. Ga. Malcolm and family. ( i
would be responsible for maintaining GaiL are i( BY "
etemlBf bates and operation aircraftOerdon of the Navy'sftir the desk for one monthof < Miss Mary Jane Walker of CoI I Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mitchem. THE SCIENTIFIC/ l WAIT TO'jfDua/ 1""
<' lumbia. S. c.. Is house guest of Mrs. W. T. Chance Mrs. Carol. ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS
: Kips has returned from the eight-month period and a t Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gilmore and Hamerick and son Carol Jr. have Low Calorie Food eortains NO DRCGS 1 f"" '.
]Krv York member of the circle would be.on family. returned from Georgia.Mrs. to health Pleasant' to Ok vttamins. Just ubstttote minerals and one mme te*...aellsIPeess4.. ...... !!' .
Dr. and Mr*. Hu h West are in duty each day tQ advise and give Mr. and Mrs.C. E. Chevalier of ,, Cecil Carlton formerly of glass of tomato Juice for one meaL Satisfies appetite. j I r*
Alabama. Information pertinent to cultureof West Palm Beach were recent': Oviedo Is confined to the' Fer- I Lose two or more pounds a week and feel better v' *
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George i'. ONLY $2J FOR MONTHS SCFPLT ,
Misses Louse! and Martha nald-Laughton Hospital in San-
Orderi '
flowers and shrubs native to Mailed Promptly Anywhere U FtorM K" "
Brown left yesterday for Miami Dealy. i. ford.
for a house party. Miss Anne And Central Florida. r :a I :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hassel have : I REYNOLDS MASSAGE PARLOR-ANGEBILT HOTEL ,
moved from the home of Mr. and :
of lauds them here ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
ton joined rL. 'the office in Mrs. Leavitt's ab- NETTLE L. REYNOLDS DISTRIBUTOR
Mrs. Richard Duncan to the Ho-
Thursday for the trip. Children at'the Methodist Home I. sence. PHONE lisp It
Mr, and Urs Fred Gross and I In Enterprise will' be given tickets iI : gan The Apts.Misses Elsie Joe Gilmore. I! Mrs. E. W. Lowery and son of .41
du,hUr art expected this week to the last two home games of Claude Knoxville Tenn., are visiting \
1z Anna Gilmore. Judy..
the DeLand Red Hats. These tic-
from Cenotctkut and New York. z Thursby and Jane Watterman J. Lowery and family here.
have been purchased by local A.I
kets
Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges ..
spent this week camping at Blue :
,
citizens.
.
; I Springs.Mr. Lyons. Ga., were visitors ,
HEAR EVEN IN Mr. and Mrs. Leslie "Dyer return and .: ':." : : i iS and Mrs.L..Kicklighter and Thursday of his parents Mr. and + 5'2r' '
Leslie Jr. will
young son Mrs. B. C. Hodges.
.. children Jasper and Guindolyn.] .. i
: ;
from Juniper Springs tomorrow :::::.> : i and Mr. and Mrs. James Barn- Mrs. Albro Wood and grandson. % -: ,
NOISV PLACESHmlnt after a week's vacation. ard. all of Jessup Ga, and Miss Douglas Cameron of DeLand. 4 t ?
Preparations are being made for Irene Duke of Eustisi were guestsof spent a few days here with :Miss S
publication of a new year book I i.i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anderson. Katherine Southworth.

New M ..-0.. Soaotons for the DeLand Woman's Club.for .. . .: . ,:... 4A. .... v" " ;i" ....,.... II here recently. "
N..b -T......xl Mrs. Mildred White Wells 4:': :;< "" '!"" :'<'>':: :: y'2': : : ::: I The Rev.Clyde Hall of the Seminole FRANK "
merly of DeLand writes from MARIAN PEARSON Baptist Assn.held the Tuesday I
ma ..... a.n.t.n. I. theM Washington. D. C. that she Is pre- > MISS I prayer service at the Baptist CREBS.H! THIS SIMPLE PRACTICE SPEEDSBABY'S
tt-ta-oo* la tn>m.at paring the first Issue of the Na- . whose marriage to Mr. Clyde E Cummings of Logan, Kan., Church. Eugene Grubbs. of Eagle
wHit W-Foeml GoatroL Great tional Clubwoman's magazine under will take place today at 4 p.m. in the First Christian Church of i Lake, is to have charge of the _." COMFORT
i e.n.frt ....... a Bofay day! her editorship. She plans to Sanford with the Rev. William Perry Yesley officiating. Miss I services Sunday.Mrs. Realtor -;,.: I ftoua.ab. wmLtly; gay stetN ratm.dicat.d
return to Daytona Beach as oftenas j Pearson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Taber Pearson, Vincent Gorham and children Property. culun.a Manager I'owe.r ailk..ot and us it 0s XoycctaoI' aatry -
I possible. I I i of Lake Worth of eTer> cMaagg to soothe,
are guests tool a
$
1 from Seminole High School in 1945 and attended 21 Yrx""' 00 .
SONOTONE OF ORLANDO graduated Mr. and Mrs.D.McKinley. set itcalf BUf.Pltn S : t.ct.OMA1l
:11&\7'tender skin ands W.
tea.
CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND .Kansas State College two years. Mr. Cummings graduated from T. C. Dempsey was a recent visitor 2-171 t t1 j ttpaa '1.pnWcUoa to'h.lp turd anuut
611 METCALF BLDG. 1 Logan High School, Kansas, after which he. served with the in Wauchula.D. : / o, u. &U7. lLUaria_ Slap..f ittattatrya dhafea,
He Kansas State also. No invitations E.McKinley is in Detroit this gay = :=
BURNING FURNACES Navy. is now attending College eta d trrrtlun. aa4 astut.ao..OL
i OIL) week. A 7elt' e T
PHONE 2.2101 are being sent, but friends are invited. to the ceremony.,!! Mr. and Mrs. William Parker yet ror LTC Bo-aoo dtetuA4s aDen.
MAX T. RICHARDS Scott of Titusville, spent the sea bnnnny oo t aoatarotnlag pest.etitttsu (g
$ bNt
I daughter. Barbara of Orlando
G. F. COOPER-Consultant SINCE 1".snlt Aliens : weekend here at the home of Mr. WATCH aotp' t. bnaby a tea4..ka.. V. he sal
R. V. and t
N. ORANGE PHONE MM3 visited Mrs. H. R. Hiers family p a1 D te.adu.taad w1&7 SfodnsAt
and
Mrs. W.1L Jackson and fam-
a,1'R&JU rot ALL AIDS Friday. Audrey Hiers returned .s s praise ,
sD So P'U from yon Dn stet telat..st
home with them after hav- ily.Mr. .K a 'sk for XoYC41-Bo.aOt. POwlq.
cNWN WAnN11u141naa1111W: nlclilNlluaWL and Mrs. Donald Fox have sa
Ipy.r 1. .IM.Nien111H1a1BIWNIWuIaIMN1o1a11t1a1W Return Home COn't ,
several M&nf&Ctue41r7
j t' ing spent days in Orlando. &aJ&Drat c.
taken in t .
an apartment the Parvis Tampa 1'1a.
Mr. and Mrs.L.O. Hayman and ,
1 : children, Sylvia and Lovick of De- building here.
e To EnterpriseSoedot I Land, have moved into the for- Mrs. Lois L Leavitt town clerk. 1 :1 0
Park'?
::1 Winter I
Telephone is having a weeks' vacation from
house. will .
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star j mer be principal Tinsley of the Hayman Enterprise ,I her duties. Esret WM11Nrq III.... .... '
ENTERPRISE-1Ioir.. and Mrs. I Junior School this I Mrs. J. R. Jeffrey is on duty at
Companyoffering I R.V.Allen returned Tuesday from 1 1Cordnada 11 Mr. and High Mrs. E. C. Snodgrass year. '

Beach. |, Joined by Mr. and Mrs.Curtis No- .
Ret Ravenel of Sanford visited I|: ble and daughter. Catherine of ::1 !
here Friday.
went to
Orange
City Daytona .
4% ClASS"B"CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Gwen and | Beach Thursday.Mrs. .
children hare moved to Longwood. i Virginia Stowell and children -
Par Value $100.00 Gwen was formerly employed at I> .Donna Sue and Maxcy.Mrs.
i the Florida Methodist Children'sHome. i Catherine Adkison Mrs. S, O.
.1
PRICE $100.00 Brooke. :Miss Betty Braddock and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dietz and Miss Theresa Peterman enjoyed'
Prospectus Available I children. Barbara and Joe Nell, | a delightful swim and picnic sup
were in Sanford Friday. '! per at Daytona Beach Wednes-
Inquire j Mr. and Mrs. Timoty Donahue '
day.Mrs.
j' Aletha & e/
returned Sunday from Chicago. I Evans and daughter. ;
CARL H. GALLOWAY i Vernon Hardin of Miami is Norma are at Daytona.
spending: the week-end with his I EMlc L. D. Stowell. USN. now
PRESIDENT mother. Mrs. Bertha Lou Hardin. :j stationed in Charleston. S. C, arrived ,
28 East New England Avenue i and grandmother Mrs. Bessie I I, Saturday to spend a. few
Winter Park Florida Burns. days with his family. I'
4 ', i Mr.: and Mrs. Roy Weaver of ; I
Phoce No. 503 DeLand were guests Sunday of { Not more than.two per cent of
t = Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Adkison. 'the original stock of big game in
t 1 Nwa.l.w/neulanulWmmnunlsalww. . : Mrs Marguerite Brown and''the United States remains.

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What Do -
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YOUR "ST TAX BILLS WILL INCREASE IN 1948-49 You PayYourself I il

ORANGE AVENUE ? I'I )

/CHUKCH STUn .:- K I ,

', 'UNLESS You Vote NO Sept. 9 I : ..

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J I ear ostlih
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Your. Present Form of Government is Most Economical /T IIS wise these %1' Ij :,,.

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words to memorize-
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r PROPOSED COSTS "He seeks in' ,

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County Superintendent of Public: Instruction $ 7,500.00 vain for wealth,

\ PRESENT COSTSCvetf County Clerk _....__u__ 7,500.00 Capital tai Surplus On M1"lnn Doan

Chief Deputy Circuit Court Clerk _.__ 6000.00' Who he .
\. as goes, '
Chief Deputy County and Criminal Court "
Svptrtotifcnt. : of f Public I Instruction.$ 7,500.00 Clerk 5,000.00 1 4 4cas.1ed

\ t Otrfc if. At Circoit Court 7,500.00. Chief Deputy Supervisor of Registration_ 3,000.00 Pays all he owes, > Armed for Forces registered Leave owners Bonds

\ Ctofc If..A< Crfetal md County Court 6,547.66 Tax Officer____ 7,500.00 But '. only. Bring original separation t

I Ifftnhor tf fUtrotlon 3600.00 Chief Deputy Tax Assessor 6,000.00 never - papers,for Identification.f : .

c( C....., T. Am. or I ICofedor 7,500.00 Chief Deputy Tax Collector '6,000.00 himself!" (

County Commissioners ___ 1,500.00 pays ,
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c.... T. 7,500.00 {
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County Engineer (Manager) 7,500.00 t

:\. C....I CMMriBidfttrs 12,000.00 Secretary (For Engineer-Manager) 3,000.00Cw.47 . ; '..' "

t ( M.ris1 4,500.00 County Attorney 5,000.00 ,

of Mileage for County Commissioners rnn r I 11

Ttfel. 456,647.66 Office Administrative Costs, Secretaryi .- "!

<< Engineer I mn r ,

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Total \_$65,500.00 .. f ...

!,I :} > savings account is a safe i.
GRAND TOTAL .' mn "

. t and convenient place to accumulate
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I' Under Consolidation Orlando Assessing-Collecting I': costs to increase $5,470 the money that you pay yourself out of -

: Instead of Dropping $40,000 I '
,r each dollar you earn . Millions of

Cest to City (Based on '46 Roll) -.---.--::.--..----.------.....7470.00
Americans are saving more money in their

Personnel! Reduction ((1 Clerk) -.._......_....__...__...._._.._..-.._.._....__v-. $2,000.00 ,
bank than before-saving Fist NaitoaJ
Based on Comp. Wm. Laniers Estimate 1 accounts ever


Other Municipalities Would Save NOTHING Survey Reveals' for the future. We invite you to make BANK ti Juul


First National your banking home! ORLA 8O kt

DONT BE DELUDEDVote ., FLOAIM .

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"It is our desire that all who Cfll here shall receive every courtesy"

NO Sept. 9 .- Foil Dictatorship / <:14I$. S 1.(6&.1, ..........,.

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Member reeled Depa ***** Certan**


The Orange County Taxpayers Association f


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ORLANDO. FLORIDAVAUGUST 31. 1947 t A TEEN
HCII1T I&CTION



P I II Orlando Attracts' New' .Residents From All Parts of USA ) Tea. Table IT CYNTHIA ,.Chatter... -


I
.. 1w .:, "f ', ::,: ,. I BOB ANDERSON, sunburned and handsome as eowe-
. .: .
T4r
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.. "t
w1 ::,,', ; thing in a movie book, brought us up to date on the Cocoa
fr ; 0 Shores comings and goings, and to hear the list of 0rIaDI -
doans on vacation there is like a perusal of the telephone
:. I book. Almost . Not only are there''Orlandoan*: bt

BECKY and ARTHUR PARK have been entertaining' a
'<,Ie.
> ra regular houseparty of Alabamans. They included MR and

p MRS. B. T. SKELTON and son, ROLAND, of Tuscaloaw.
xn aR >f [ MRS. SEARCY MARLOW and MR. and MRS. JAES

...._ .. MARLOWE and JIMMY MARLOWE\. also of that town. . .
i. "" >" I BEACHAM. and DOTTY and JOHN NELMS of Orlando.

,., ..... Leesburg is represented over at Cocoa Shores by MR
II "'ii/'.' and MRS. C. E. BOYD and KATHIE and LINDA BOYD . .
"
I> : ;'" also MR. and MRS. L. E. FAULHABER and MARY SUE

.. iii : and LESLEY ANN FAULHABER . As for the Orlan-
ydG. .. "" II
p ; . ,. . "": ; doans they include the CECIL BECKS and children. PAULETTE -
LINDA and TOMMY . Also MR. and MRS. J. P.'
PAYNE and DAVID. JOHN and JENNIE PAYNE . J
x MR. and MRS W. W. MpRRIS and their daughter SUM
r , p a'Syri'
.c {' ?y'E ,.:; ANNE, have been vacationing there fora week and y joirunffl
,, ,, ,." '.. .... .. .. ..... .,. .., ., '
P.t J r'W.n'
;3.'e. A 2:roP.x: ,0' .u.. +.; ; w.ttc: ;:.+.,.:1.. .y.:dC. : 4 ;;: .J.; ; ai < recreation-director PAT PATTILLO this week were his .parents -
MR. and MRS. A. G. PATTILLO, and his bibber.

f JOHN, and sister, MARY KATHERINE . MRS. FLOYD(
E. ELLENBACK and children,JOYCE, BILLY and ANNA,
tis rd i.a drove down from Winter Park.o .
Y vxC I o o

A week-long houseparty is being enjoyed by the ROB

L iic4F ERT HOWARDS, and daughter. SASSY the WILLIAM G.
k KINGS and son, BUZZY. JANE and WATTS GUNK [ofI
I Atlanta] and the ROYSTON CRANES and two daughters
e Se 1 i NANCY ahd MARCIA . A crowd from here drove over
i
f. starting bright and early Thursday morning to socsrf the

4Loff" :- : day with them all They were all in swimming by OJMW-
1 ter of ten . In the'group were ANNA SMITH MARION
s M'EWAN MARGARET McJORDAN, ANNE O1MON,

I PETIE ALLEMAN . They were all luncheon gtMCte o<
Sally Howard. '
o o o
4 I
{ >r : Pe..QgRar xrk JOHN WINSTON left Saturday for Richmond and Haa-
..
fi: ,N,, ( over, Va. to spend some time with his relatives. lie lack

Q':9: j. C 4 'tl'4f '* '. the family car, thus leaving NELL and FONTAINE cariati

( ,- r I [not careless] until his return,
0)0
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a.. <1)< t'. i.t> : !:l ,. W Fgypi THE FRED TEGDERS and daughter, DOTTY aoi to
%: y ; latter's fiance. TOMMY BARNES, left Friday, tefpHiif

"f!, 'm. .t il" w., ..v .' >,. with the JACK BRANHAMS and Jack Jr., and BETTY' to
> ?' ; : '" :ii spend the Labor Day weekend at Daytona.o .
'
: : or.
: : '
, ;jt y : .. ; ,, o o
":.l " <:. :
//1. When SARA WOQDBURY and her lovely-looking bnd
;
.I' /: '.. : daughter, SALLIE left here last week they were pcaaatag

.. to stop in Washington. D. C., for a visit with Sara's see
k' .'. y 'J". .. I -' daughter, ALICE CLARK GAITLEY . Since the GaitlsYs
.If ''>.$ ;' : :.v.., ,. : m. .:. left here a year ago they have made their home hi Washington
I4 4 <:$.:;: .... .. v.,.:". '.. .'4 5'M : where Maj. Gaitley is now stationed . After the

. \ i iit't t visit in Washington, Sara and Sallie will go on to New York
i City, thence to Vermont, where Sallie will enter Colby,
Junior College and Sarah will visit relatives in BurlingtonI

I I. . Instead of returning here for the Winter. Sarah will
,spend the season in Washington having leased .fear .IKMM

)P \ here to COL. and MRS. MURPHY . While they art w
New York they are occupying the apartment of MXS.

EVERETT KING, former Highland Lake resident.
: o o o
z
s4
S5 \ eowv ow kiwi 10''''"OY.Dwct, Before we forget it. . The Orange Memorial N'utant
Alumnae dance Sept. 5 is to be formal . Formal. far the

''ffi' women that is, and the men can get by with coat and! ...
. .: ;
..' : 000
: d
kii sit .; ..y.. .. '... yt .8i A distinguished visitor is in town this weekend . Or
N !..:.. ._ j .. 'V''f'_' 1, .: rather he's in cultural-minded Winter Park just tare mitat
{;.:y ; III.' ,';;..."""" ..... .,. : .. JF: ..v: ccr t1W : . ..i 1j -.... *" away. ... He is ROBERT P. TRISTRAM COFFIN. Puhtsar

Own Staff Photo*Tram they ore pictured against the colonial doorway. Left to right,' last June and Georgia will ent er her junior year there this Fall.I 1 prize winner in 1936 for his book, Strange Holiness . Mr
HER. THREE Georgia and Margaret Anne Beazley, Mrs. Beaztey and Jane' Both are Chi Omegas. Jane will enter the junior class at I Coffin is the weekend houseguest of MR. and MRS. TH BO
I I(0. DORE E. EMERY, arriving :ast night from Giae\ ilk,
) Beazley. Margaret Anne 'graduated from Randolph-Macon I Orlando SenuOut (or High School.Sigma .
t Va., they leased the A where he has had a Summer workshop of creative writing.
Albert Neal, andf If you will look in the front of Mr. Coffin's book. KsnsuUasg

... _. x. ChiBanquet River [one of the American River Series] you will... Ih.the
j ::\ "! gives acknowledgement to Mr. Emery's?"flbmry fws
}jj >.1.lf.f'..
:: Y A , < HeldAtOAABClub which he gleaned many river facts . HIS fiiillninistog
book will the title Yankee Seacoast Mr.
.;, carry so Emery
: tells us.
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I VIRGINIA NELSON and daughter, JUNE. have ...
Active and alumni members of
., Sigma Chi Fraternity were hosts turned to their home in Winter Park after ........ 11M
\rj rjI Thursday evening when they entertained : whole Summer in that city of clamor and gl .....-...
\ with a banquet at the York.
Officers' Club complimenting
\ young college men and their dates. t
V : t W.R.Boone was toastmaster for '.I
e m> the affair and Dr. J.Wayne Reitz w
: : was main speaker. n f
Z r 4I Among the guests present was
Miss Madge Slaughter the sweet-
heart of Sigma Chi this past year
I I at Duke University. .
Others present including actives -
alumni, rushees. and their
t P SYt dates were as follows: Wayne
+ ;: t Heasley Janice Hoffner John
3 i Black Joyce Ammerman. George
C 'A. Terry Jr.. Margaret Phillips, y r
_ip4It David Y. Pittman Vera Jams
I'.y Robert G.Tharp Virginia Cheney
t Windy Andrews Scotty Witherell.
Joe O'Steen Lou Deadwyler Jud
Fulmer Helen Coith. Starvos
J TH i. Pf Demopoulos Bettie Ann Rogers.

George Eugene Kirk Tavel.Joanne Judy Davis Meredith.Frank 't.-..

:: A'SS 0 p Limpus Elsie McCoy. Harriet Sip-
# di pie Gene Rich. Mary Ford. Gene
Bette Moody. Frank
4 Register. b 3t j
rat# j1 Penn Katherine Jim Jackson.Blake Sally Charles McDowell With- 1r q

erington. Ann Proctor. Harold
Taylor. Judy Ellis. Wayne Estey
Phoebe Miller Lacy Johnson.
Martha Jeter, Charles F. Kuhns 2 2E
fa Jr. Trish Jones. Rip Radcliffe.
ST. Sally Shearouse. Frank R. Holland -
# Y Jimmy Porter Dorothy Porter -
Joe Oavila Shirley Isaacson.
\; of Lake Hamilton; William E.
1 Hall of Lake Hamilton; Colleen
Kenney and Robert Moscrip.
Ralph Cowan Jr..Virginia Blan-
ton. Reed Moms Arlene Crew
Bill OCn ore. Madge Slaughter. t
Roy Christopher of Mt. Dora;
Norma Gardner of Tavares; Hugh i
Stump Jr.__. Pat Kerr Chris Fran._ 1 Fri
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De Robert Wil
Cisco ICOU" :;Conchs -
-1'[ On Staff Photo Taller Lams Jr. Elizabeth Allen. Jack 9
A TRIO OF HIGHLAND LAKE RESIDENTS veterans' hospital l Mrs. Patient's husband. Dyer. Barbara Ricker. Jim Frank f !
lin. Elizabeth Hill. Mr. and Mrs
. pose by the pool of the patio which is a Col. Patient, is in charge of the OAB hospital, Frank ButUrfleld Mr. and Mrs. IUlJf.I'U i .j.}.L.\\\\: .._ I I _

l''V feature of the lake ,shore apartment house. ,and they were formerly stationed in Sacre- Henry William P.B.Cowgill.Newsom.Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs. Owe i-ar ...

left. Mrs. R. B. Moreland I mento Calif. Dr. and Mrs. Wall are William J. Buning. Dr. and Mrs.J. MRS. JAMES COLT 2d, AND HER DAUGHTER,
new
-ICXr Own Staff Photo: Trover They are, o right, Wayne Reitz W. R. Boone,Mr. VIRGINIA LOUISE WALKER

RjCH the AND HER DAUGHTER, JOYEUSE Mrs W. F. Patient and.Mrs. Walton Wall. All [residents' from. Jacksonville who' are making and Mrs. Robert K. Michaels..Mr. . are pictured on the terrace overlooking the Orlando Conn.
hTrce of the ., ;, and Mrs. Bruce Thomason.
O.rlpr'dQ.ry Club
s'f ... lent. your .twn'Mr.. Rich was.appointed man- three are doctors' wives, Mrs. Moreland is the j[their home at the Highland Lake. Dr..Woll Is Robert K. Michaels, was chair- try Club pool, where they are: frequent visitors. Formerly efPittsfield I'
., III IN s.s JwM..Mo1.f.. .. He I' Jacksonville man of the committee in charge: Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Colt are now Winter Nn\
was manager of that hotel wife of Col. Moreland., USA Medical 'a nephew of Dr. Shailor Richardson of -, '.
a.ft' .. t of arrangements assisted by Robert residents, having purchased a charming home at 1 146 VMBMISI
*** has
tf m been of New ,
manager a and here from California with whoi office he was connected Moscrip. John Black. Wayne associated with the brokerage firm of GegassteJ
; '. ... *14 a quote of St. Elizabeth's School; I I'c Corps they came ,I I Heasley. Jim Blake and Robert !} Dr.. Mr. Colt is

l lr....*"ryerk City',' "-. .,:_.. . ., __ _- whererhe-was. "head pfsurgical service in a _be fore-.coming to Orlando. i i Tharp. . J Pinney'and CoY
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; /*. F. GIbson? Speaking I Page 14 Eh? Sunfctg!} ntuil-&btr# Orlando, Florida, August 31, 1947 (Miss Johnson ..
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Trip *J Unity Church I

k' f. ft*** OM will be the L% F. B. Lewis
: eat ixh. .f today at the 11 ,
1 *M. fcrrtienal amice of the
i" Vast Church MS' 8. Orange Wed Sept. 14Mr.
'J L At*. Mto icfM. via be Tray With-
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"" CtMmt, .'" and Mrs. A. A. Johnson of
Oa Tidy' morning at 10
Winter Park are announcing the
a m. tin. Jottphlne Stuckiewftt
WITH JEAN YOTHERS .
'ataA:'"+"\'. ''' ,.v. .v. ; engagement and approaching K9
i t wi a rtaa In "Make You > e d Y. yrtZ't i
i Uf Wwth White. [Club Editor] marriage of their daughter Eu-

I At I pm. Wednesday evening I The meeting of the Woman's r rI dora to Floyd B. Lewis, con of 5-;;
''--I the wUI+oath You Can Be Pros. !Auxiliary of the Orange County Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lewis of this

f'tOUL 'Pharmaceutical Assn. which was
,Meer. wfll be two daily prayer scheduled for Tuesday has been city.The wedding will take place +_P.
tmtm, ene at noon and the
Sunday. Sept. 14. at the chapelof
Labor
postponed because of Day
'
tfttf: at I with the ; E AF4' :: Cr
pnv. except the Florida Sanitarium and
vacations and will be held Tuesday -
el fttturdiy afternoon and ,4.4 Hospital. The Rev H. A. Vande- .
Sept 9, at the home of Mrs.E.
.
toaity.STEINWAY B. Moses. man chaplain will officiate.
f fI
*". Both Miss Johnson and Mr.
4k
Through the courtesy of the Lewis are employed at the Florida
Shuffleboard Club the Orlando Sanitarium and :Hospital. i

Grandmothers Club will meet W -- I :
there Tuesday 6:45 p.m. for a THE SCHROPS RETURNMr.
picnic supper . Grandfathers ,;.;.: :.A ., .. ; .,.:. ,; and Mrs. Howard Schrop MISS EUDORA DHNSON i
will be guests at this time . .i of 1636 E. HlUcrest Are. have returned . to be reed
The affair will be held at the .. w'r, a v' 2a ao+' r. '--s i
: .v y v South Bend and Rushville
clubhouse in Sunshine Park . .
j All garments for the Needlework Q Ind., and Michigan. Louis E. Gabel who teeiet

Guild must be turned In at this an operation at OmIt 1ism4 J I
meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flaisted
* have returned from a vacation atHendersonville list week, has rctanw4 to Iii

Regular meeting of the Orlando f5LZT N. C. home, 909 Cordova Dr I

Transit Auxiliary will be held ,
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of . ;
Mrs. H.V.Chapman. 1000 29th St. y
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Woman's Auxiliary Local 1162,
National Federation of Post OffIce i i.I id it
I Clerks, will meet at the homeof + 'Y r w.5+. v S's x ..3r

Mrs. R. L. Claudy 107 N. Hill- TI e.
side St.. with Mrs. Leslie Talley .
r. as co-hostess . All members r Y
who have not turned In their L
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requested to do so at this time. / r .
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School Class of the First
Methodist Church will hold a I ?\
luncheon In the dining room of jX
PIANOS the church on Tuesday . Election :
of officers will be held during -
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1 the business meeting.

I I Nokomis Council* No.*' 23, Degreeof A... r ifr I

are here again Pocahontas, will meet Tuesday t .1- ,.1'I
I at 8 pm. at the Fraternal Bldg. -
"' $';" :';",' 4.
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.. And well All wives of Orlando Police I I
were .I M
DcpU officers who are interestedin 1 MRS. JULIUS R. BENNETT JR. MRS. LAWRENCE CONDICT ,

MortA wait/jij/ forIf/ )'ou auxiliary work are requestedto . wed at St. Luke's . the former Helen DoddCondictDodd /1th ,."
be present Wednesday at 7 pan. tC '* / ..'
hart leaded for a Stemwtf for a meeting in the City Hall -
court room . The purpose of Miss\ Margery Carey Becomes Nuptials Held '
Irauior an exquisite the meeting is to elect officers and
directors of the auxiliary, Mrs.J. Hki' d

vrrtJfftl ft* them HERE ttrier. announced. C. Stone yesterday.temporary chairman, Bride of. Julius R. Benne'tt Jr. Friday... in Winter Park Church

Their It * <: -
quality The marriage of Miss Margery cascade bouquet of Johanna Hill The Methodist Church of Winter wore matching headdresses and
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Auxiliary Patriarchs j
- trw to ftlsiof' t a century Militant Canton No. 2 will meet Cameron Carey, daughter of Mrs. roses and tuberoses centered witha Park decorated with candles and |1 carried colonial bouquets of pastel ....J
Helen Crane Carey of this city white orchid. white gladioli and dahlias was the 1 .
Wednesday at 8 at the Fra- asters. .t
frf ternal p.m. to Julius Richardson Bennett. Jr.. Miss Gertrude Carey was maid setting for the wedding of Miss I .,,
fflffeiray tradition Bldg.k * .son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ben- of honor for.her sister. She chose Helen Dodd, daughter of Mrs. S. 'I Best man was Mac Peters, and "
t&rlf their .nett of Pine Apple Ala. took a gown of pink brocaded satin J, Parrish of Winter Park,to Law- ushers included Lloyd King Frank
tone respon- Annie Coleman Chapter of the place last Monday night in an which featured a long torso bodice rence Condict, son of Mr and Mrs. Houser and J. D. King all of I .
United Daughters of the Confederacy impressive at St. Luke's V. Condict of Winter Park Winter PartFollowing
ire touch farther ceremony and short sleeres. She wore Harold Student, Cauneil ,prtelamafiwiSkimekiR -.
a will meet Wednesday at 3
p.m.with Mrs.Robert T.Van Tassel Cathedral.The I long pink gloves and her head- I'which was an event of Friday the ceremony a reception I bold block ploU 'coot, e .
mcodiment of all that 409 Magnolia Ave.' Very Rev. Melville E. Johnson dress was of pink tulle. Her bou- afternoon at fivethirty.The was held at the Winter reversible lard with huRttr's h
* ,dean of St. Luke's, officiated quet was of pastel pink asters and Rev. Kenneth Rogers officiated Park Country Club where decora- I green
!If worthy Ina piano.: and the nuptial music was fur, tuberoses tied with loops of blue and the program of nup-i ttons were carried out with the I wooL't,
Seminole Encampment No. 13, nished by Arthur E. R. Jones cathedral satin.J :tial music was given by Miss Jacqueline !\1 use of white gladioli and palms. ..
Independent Order of Odd Fellowsof
organist. M. Danielson of Tampa was r Biggerstaff. soloist. : The bride's table was centered .
Orlando will, confer the third Decorations in the church were best man for Mr. Bennett. 1, The bride was lovely in a wedding with a tiered wedding cake. 1 .
degree on the class of six candidates I
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COOPER'SHUSK from Orlando and other of banked.greens and myriads of I Following the ceremony Mrs. gown of slipper satin arid I Mrs. Condict. mother of the 11 {
' i Carey entertained with a small marquisette. The basque bodice
lodges on Wednesday at 8 at lighted cathedral candles. bridegroom wore an afternoon .
1 I their.lodge haIl on S. Orange p.m.Ave. The brIae was given In mar reception at the Daughters, of the featured a marquisette yoke out- ;' dress of grey crepe with corsage A :
. American Revolution chapter lined with V-shaped ruffle of': of roses and Mrs. Parrish mother
Emory S. Tracy, Chief Patriarch riage by her uncle. Fred U. Nel- ..
STOKE requests all Odd Fellows to son of Auburndale. Her period,house on Lucerne Circle. Decora- satin. The very full skirt of marquisette of the bride chose an afternoon t Tt .... ee t.-- ewool
\l4j attend. .. Harry L Mason.Degree wedding of candlelight I tions there were of baskets of ended in a sweeping train. dress of turquoise crepe with cor- I V- tfrtM It ...*. ltitfc .
was
N W. Chcrtti SL Phono 4632 Master asks that all members of satou gown The. offshoul- !white roses and white gladioli. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell sage of gardenias. IIS elear ......NL..4
\t slipper deep I Ii I
the degree team be present . der decolletage outlined a yoke of against; a background*of palms. from a Dutch cap fashioned of i Following the reception Mr. I Ii ( rm *f ...... M
cream colored marquisette and I.The bride's table decorated with seed pearls and she carried a cascade i ii i Condict and his bride left on a thi bod**. i
crystal appointments, was cen- of tube-roses j
bouquet centered f'.r
the long sleeves came to a point I i wedding trip to Cuba, the bride
over the hand. The long torso tered with a threetierededd1ng] with a purple orchid. I wearing a lightweight wool suit I Ij .
WE'RE OPEN AGAIN bodice featured a band of satin cake.Mrs. I Miss Billie Stiplck. maid of ,j jI of eggshell with accessories of .1tal'M 1
and the skirt ended In a full train. Carey wore a dinner gown I honor, was gowned in a bouffant |jdubonnet.' and 'the corsage ,from
FOR THEAPPROACHING Candlelight Imported bridal illusion of coral crepe with purple orchid I frock of turquoise marquisette i{; her wedding bouquet. The couple
formed the fingertip veil corsage while Mrs. Bennett :. with matching headdress and she ,will make their home for the pres-
SEASONJudyJim which was attached to a tiara ,of mother of the bridegroom, chose carried an old fashioned bouquetof 11 I ent in Gainesville where Mr. Con ,To n. #1Mtf
pleated illusion. She carried a I a dinner gown of aqua crepe and : asters in pastel shades. Bridesmaids dIet is a student at the University
; orchid Miss Condict, '
corsage. were Audrey of ,Florida .
I Assisting at the reception were 'sister of the bridegroom. MIss i'!
::1 Shop Refreshment will be served fol- the Mmes E. S. Bridges. P. S. Betty Dixon of Jacksonville cousinof it i 1 1 i
lowing the meeting. ; Morton, and A. B. Whitman.. > the bride and Miss Ellen t I
i The rehearsal party the night ; Svrlinga. Their marquisette gowns II I
...... Orlando Assembly, Order of the 'I were fashioned like that of the Ii
.. /M.ii&1 OitMs dine Chilli,...'. SrwUlty .hoMl ." preceding the wedding was given i
Rainbow for Girls will meet by Mrs. E. S. Bridges and Mrs. |I, maid of honor Miss Condict wore i
N. Orange AY*. Telephone 2.1201 Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ma- J. H.'Fas't'tt. who entertained at yellow Miss Dixon pink and .
I sonic election Temple of officers.ii . .. There will be the former's home on Bourne! Pl. .Miss Svrlinga chose lavender.They Mt. Dora Mt. Dora '
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Ala. who was the bride's NEWmm .
YIPPI DE LUXE roommate last year at St. Mary'sin .
Raleigh N. C.. Miss Jean Dick-
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Frank U. Nelson of Auburndale 4
and Dr. and'Mrs. J. R. Tippins of' .4 SALLY DRESS SHOP
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1 1Jt ;S1mDmJ +tttt -&tar 15 5 Deltas1 Miss Aulin at 8 pm. The Rev J. N. ?ha p.
Orbmfe, Florida, August 31,1947 !J rage Burroughs Tri son will officiate at the mttaeay.

I . _,."""" .....J n. ,"' .. .= '.,)' !t..9''' .:o: IiIIJ.'iiIiI.i!: !! Nuptial music will be turaIIM4
Nuptials HeldYeste.rday Entertain AnnouncesWeddingPlans by Mrs. Joseph E. Let Mrt, $Ia.

J lit and Mrs. J. H. Staler, 1'eRIIIt.
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bride's sister Mrs. Richard Bella.I .

The chapel} of the First Meth- The Delta Delta Delta Alliance Miss Lana Aulin. daughter of I Bridesmaids are Mia Beet Bet
frY'.race. "f yf odist Church was the scene of a ,t entertained last evening with a ,Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Aulin of''I gard and Miss DUKe Crettt
wedding yesterday afternoon ,I progressive dinner party as the I OViedo win become the bride of i I Clarence Cubbedge Jr. w rt
i, last In a series of rush parties
when Miss Adelle Burroughs I
t; : I daughter of Mrs. Charles O. Bur-,which they have given during the [J Llewelyn Bartlett. son of the late I as best man for Mr. Barttett- Tit
w ushers will be Joseph AageM lkk
q? roughs of Gainesville, became I I Summer. I:Mrs. Mabel Irene Bartlett of
and Edward DaaLAn
: the bride of Robert Poyner Ad- The group met first at theDelta .Philadelphia, Pa. on Sept. 8 at friends of the eeWia AM
Mrs. B. P. Shelter" on S.. Main SL,
: cock son of Mr. and ;
'invited .
the Oviedo First Baptist Church to attend.Maqnavox
-; ___ Adcock of this city. and from there went to the Or-
Dr. John W. Branscomb, minIster -t lando Country Club for dinner.
F Q: : J4' y r of the church performed the i The party was brought to a close I
ceremony against a background of at Tri Delta Heaven at the home I
palms, ferns, and Summer flowers. of Miss Joyce Ammerman on Lake
f The bride wore a rose crepe i> Killarney. I.
,; ;:_ dress with a crownless white hat i< Rushees attending were the RtJi v P en.>Ira LiL1
and white accessories. Her corsage ,Misses Ann Eidson. Carolyn Shi-
was of white carnations. : ver Mary Ford Gay Cubbedge,
Mrs. Paul Sanborn Jr.. the I Annette Peter, Roseanne Gray,
bride's only attendant, served as i> Joan Hiscock Phoebe Miller
N matron of honor. She wore a chiffon Elizabeth Ricker, Suzanne Wheeler -
.iJ. dress with pastel floral Barbara Rinker Sally Woodbury -
signs. Her accessories were de-j Donna Evans and Harriet
j ...>..f..>.<'<;.'.>"'. > white. Srpple.!
Pat JL Adcock was best man for :; Active and alumnae present
his brother. j were the Mmes. Lorena Hendry !
"irlJ/f/ Following the ceremony. Mr. Conway Kittredge Henry Meiner,
1 and Mrs. B. P. Adcock entertained Sam Turner Robert Michaels,
at their home with a receptionfor Carl Miller, Ward Matthews John
; # close friends and relatives.Mr. Nelms. LeRoy Ray, A. J. Thomas
and Mrs. Adcock will make Jr., Henry Hancock. Clifford 4 0.0
their home in Orlando. Haughton, William T. Koran, and i iF
.the Misses Betty Phillips Joyce I
Ammerman, Virginia Allen Billie
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fl7AfJitt! Three Young Eva Shell. Betty Shirley, Anne 0i
; Dickson Dot Nye, Ann Bruce El-
sie Mae McCoy Joanne Davis. i -_
jii Pupils Plan Martha Helen King and Mildred -- -

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I A ferret killed 497 chickens before
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NORETTA MARIE CUESTA MRS. ROBERT POYNER ADCOCK The Iris:Daniel Engel Studio is I I : from its cage'at Mansfield,

. plans Fall nuptials . wed in chapel. opening the Fall term with the I England. :
-ttNoretta presentation of three young artist _
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LOVER WA.'frS.JAIL' students of Central Florida in: DANCING
Cnesta's BetrothaliTo piano recital on Tuesday at 8 pm.
Miss Hinton L
,; NEW YORK [UP Harry Gian- at the studio. Enroll BOW for' FaD Classes

nadario 32, was charged with They are Anna Rose Costantino. I ACROBATIC TAP BALLET

John V. D'Albora Jr., Told Mr.\ B1.itt''To seven traffic violations after a 14- ,14-year-old daughter Constantino of Mr. and of Phone 24S5
block chase by two police officers i I Mrs. Celestino Eunice Beasley

Mr led Itr*. A. L Cuesta. Jr. him. N. C.. where she was a member Be WedMiss in a radio car, who said .Gianna- I:'Winter of piano Park with,Mrs.who began Engel at her the study age SCHOOL OF DANCING

HI Bwtii WIDow Are Tampa.(I; and president of Delta Delta dario explained had been of three; Ann Lambert 13yearold -
t t iimwt UM rncsiemrat of Joha their ,Delta Sorority. Julia Mae Hinton daughter appointed in love. Tm in dis-I'I' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. RUSSEL WRIGHTCasual
ftttffckf. Hanna Uarte. to
D'Albora born in New of Mrs. Era M. Hinton, will B. Lambert of Forest City Rd.
l. t. "ABofa, Jr. too of Mr, and Mr. was they quoted him as saying. "I who has been under the guidance China
J. D-Albort of Cocoa. The York but moved to Florida at an become the bride of Earl L. Britt, months. l
Ml. V want to go to jail for six i I,| of Mrs. Engel since she was six Open Stock liThe Hepplewhite"One
fmr _HI be an ant of late early age. He attended Cocoa pub- son of Mrs. Cecil Milner of Mobile, The longer the, better. A traffic i years old; and Charlotte Judge, .
hi; bAt tin be announced lic schools and later graduatedfrom Ala., today at 3 pm. at the First court magistrate was to decide daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. fIotI&Hoo8r Itmt
law.i Bolles School in Jacksonville. 'ri of 11 Models
(I Judge of Bear Head RcL, who Magnificent Magnavox
Church. The Very Rev.
Baptist
i. UM COIL born In Tampa re* .During the war he served in the I later 'whether he would oblige graduated from high school this, IllS E. Colonial Dn.
... h f tatty education In .i U. S. Coast Guard for three years, Dean Melville Johnson will officiate Giannadario. I year and expects to major. in from $187 at
I I IkIrtr KtUH private school later aboard the UJS.S. General Hodge at the ceremony. i music in college.
amt public schools and In the American, European and Nuptial music will be furnished ONLY A DECORATIONFrom The program will include the Florence Welcome you to
: ate...tl rrem H B. Plant High ,Asiatic theaters of operations. by Miss Barbara Davis vocalist, 1874 to 1881 ice was not works of Bach Beethoven. Haydn. FLORENCEBEAUTY
4 tlhet4. trt t* WAI a member After his discharge he attended used for food preservation in New Mozart Grieg Chopin Brahms rite Music Box
I ., in* N.LlMa! Honor Society Duke University" where he was and Thomas :Remington, organist. Orleans. Wealthy people used it Schubert and Debussy. SHOPHair .
Ktvatwttn, O/4iU J and Scroll Gold I with Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. : Maid of honor for Miss Hinton for table decorations however, Relatives and friends of the per- Shaping FREE with
1M Tuna aDd business manager !This year Mr. D'Albora plans to will be her cousin. Miss Mary freezing flowers. French dolls, and formers, /students, and parents of Permanent
I i tf Th rwrtlwr. HIM. Cleats at- I attend the citrus school of Florida Kelley, Lawrencevule Ga. Brides- other decorative objects in the students of the studio are invitedto Ask about Facial Demonstration.Z Winter Park

t iftlder-. .Duct Vnlvenity.. In .Dur- [1 Southern College Lakeland. I Lawrenceville maids will be and Rebecca Margaret Alford Parsons of-I blocks of ice. attend. 8. ORANGE AYE. PH. ISIS .

of Duluth Ga.. both cousinsof
I TOO TARES IT UUV I LARGEST CARPET I I the bride. Flower girls win be

; rironaD. .dais. turi) court MOSCOW [UP Thirty-five i I Miss Nancy Rood and Miss Jean
t.tttfiqmMwr Katherine OHearn carpet weavers in Ashland have I Story.

tf SfVfefftoid wu paid $128.40- completed a 200-square meter car I Best man for Mr. Britt will be
.M aM dhoti do t lick of work. I pet the largest ever woven in that Shely M. Hall Jr., a cousin from
Ml Olira vat on call for one : center of the rug industry, which I Mobile. Ala. Ushers are Richard
*tk tt the courthouse. ADd for will be used as a drop curtain in I Cole, Harry Underill and Harry \ :... .'. I .r, _
H* Hm tanc la the memory off : Moscow's Bolshoi Theater. The I Radcliff. . l \ .
m ttArtwtt. contains knots I Following' the ceremony, a reception tJ -
a fUnogrtpher'st carpet 250,000 per
I' iifttttI not required once I square meter and weighs more ,I will be held at the home ,.,.
of CoL and Mrs. Thomas M. Page,
.... Ifet ta ftall1ttinl. than half a ton. . ,
--- -- uncle and aunt of the bride at _.
I their home, 140 Rockwood Way in .
r * * * Another Simpson's Exclusive * * * *.*1 Winter Park.Several t .. .

Visitors Here

For Sanitarium Rites ,

Parents and friends here for the
graduation of 20 nurses this eve-
i\\i\\ e ning at the Florida Sanitarium .'
n School of Nursing include the 1.
netS following:
o\\t r Mrs. Ruth Allison, Washington: \. ,
j Mr. and Mrs. R. Noss and Glenn '.
Noss Nashville Tenn.; Frank 1TJ
Howard, Puryear, Tenn.: Mr. and
r . Mrs. J. R. Conger and Mr. and 1 i
Mrs. R. M. Dickerson College-
dale, Tenn.: Mrs. Alice Wright. ,'' :' :
Long Island N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. b ;
Robert Wohlers Atlanta; Mr. and .
Mrs. Otis Harrelson Mr and 1r
Mrs. Newton Meeks and Amos
Harrelson, all of Evansville Ind.;
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; '"_ ._ Financial Study 'I' Residence Burned Need CitedIn Two New HIM' ;

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not it afford a proposed sew shortly after noon yesterday according [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ,I MIl. ratk T11a ....
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!% ** ** Ra $**';?* Star i Draw Protest Kissimmee'fire {tSpev ol to The Suncfay Sent ne, : Star] I Hill Tax- to Ira Ward be W a
ftmOKA WACH-In a tertPfrformtd -, age system, the Holly NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Adult !I NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The; Male Puss/
payers League met in open con- department head. i,:leadership is what makes scoutinga Maid a S7whee .N/ tar rsabdt.talaa. .
14 Tttdy by new Crawford Road approach to
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.. !**<*- to poll un. H...! MRS. L A. GUESSAZ [Soeeief' to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor1 sultation with L Walter Hawkins. An unidentified Sanford motor- r.'. success. W. J. Cozens neigh- the beach will be open for traffic asd t
F4ttstw kin* Crabtrte. (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stofl DELAND-A taxpayer's protest, Daytona Beach attorney and State 'I 1st, notified Osceola County Deputy borhood Scout commissioner, told next Friday, City Mgr. John Ferris newwill hsal. tiirtq a
Representative from Volusia Sheriff Frank Millsap who in'' members of the Kiwanis Club and taK 13 MOther
**4 mtttal manager of ST. CLOUD-Registration dates against the new city levies by said yesterday. The last slab in
County and they decided to: turn called the fire department Boy Scout Troop No. 72, which potm tJo ....
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IMc A$ en the ocean for schools here are Thursday and abeth V. Hartness Friday was Eliz-I' the approach was laid about 10 ,
I_ *M tatifrteda to Dr. James' Friday. Sept. 4-5. W. J. Wood- i by the City Commissioners ,!, 1-Obtain audits of City finances :' Ward said only a few of the' house' the club sponsors, at a supper days ago. Veawy USrereo !lint to OeRlyg t
I : for the past four or five years. furnishings were saved. i :meeting at the Copper Kettle. *. MM cot
stated llUn. The the
comment. for
.. IlMhtUk.fcnfe ham supervising principal no piling approach is I
These would be studied by Haw- The dwelling was owned byi; :Sixteen troop members were club Fatdtaer .....1
six ;
the
..M. barn In Luxor yesterday that much enthusiasm I Hartness declared tongued and grooved and sunk on
Asa made noruu" her wu manifested at the beginning I I per cent utility was high kins and a special committee witha George Singeltary, Kissimmee.;! :guests. a level ranging from six to 14 feet. aIMS r....... NN lilt I n
gun? i.'11. 8h is the I of this new school year at which enough but the recent four percent view to obtaining a possible injunction and was insured for $1000 according :' Under direction of Frank Edwards About a week following the opening tdtte MMI: .

tf Mrt, n T Smaves of time the faculty is holding sessions raise was out of reason. halting next month'ssewage to the Lupfer Insurance Agency Eagle Scout the boys pre- of the Crawford road approach model HM
described the SO eent bond election if the League: Kissimmee. |:sented a program. W. IL Roper the 3
A/t aDd U* late Mr 8ett each day to plan a co-ordi- She 27th street approachwill
1M ftetftt to the Tour. nated effort In jutting the new monthly garbage: collection : felt Holly Hill could not bear the r I I talked on scouting and the Rev. be open. The city Is con Ne'Smy' -

tit* a swmbrr of theftett State school program into effect. charge as "too ridiculous to disi!i'resulting increase to its funded Obituaries; \,John S. Armfield talked on Ki- structing these two new approaches -

c lb and Bath and; AU stores and places of business I cuss." | indebtedness. I,! MRS KATHERINE PORCHER wanis Club work. Mrs. J. A. Yel- and when they are opened Residence .
in the cityrt11 be closed '' Act. City Mgr. George RaUen-t 2-Confer with Hawkins on the,. COCOA-Mrs. Katherine Calla- 'vington and her two sons. Jack there will be three avenues leading -,, ..
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a Mute of ,.alln1n,. Monday. Labor Day. according to bury discussed different means of matter of retaining him as League way Porcher. 58, pioneer citizen of and Dick both Eagle Scouts were to the beach.Red I, ... __..1 till
f..ara.14 torn University of I a statement of the Merchants billing residents for the garbage j counsel. Florida died at the home of her :guests of honor.Guards NEW! SMT1UIA ...
*atf aim studied at Assn. I! charge and a graduated scale for 3-Initiate a drive for funds Co I sister. Mrs. T. H. Nimmons LaGrange : one-story. r,... Ilte. a

ft. ti member of Phi Hob Johnson district governorof j hotels and places of business.. The I meet increased expenses. Ga., Thursday. Cross Asks North Ones* 1M w ?.d
aa.t Dunne the war beaM Lion's International was guest I ordinance imposing the charge ta1 I I Mrs. Porcher was the daughter To Get ; by fire early PrI I
lean m the Army speaker at the Lion's Club meet ,has not been written but is expected I HarrellMelnycbuk II of the late Dr. Enoch and Fannie i t..enpiodtd rtewt
.*rf. tftdl M a lieutenant ing Tuesday. The forthcoming to be ready within a few Banks Callaway and the widow of .. ...
.*. fomauader surgeon public hearing to be held by the days.The I I the late Arthur G. Porcher who : Taw betas ur
wtifl t hider.' Sine his Florida Railroad Commission in. Commission accepted a {, died to 1939. Mr. and.Mrs. Por- Clothing Gifts aadMnaJ

fe. AM Win practicing the City Hall Sept. 9 at 10 o'clock ,i $500 check from the Florida i: I i cher were well known throughout' Rescue Awards cupfcd ky theirdaoftttcr x
bell ocean tO J_(bonn regarding telephone service, was'' Power Corp to defray costs of the State and particularly to.Cen- Mr ant j; a
i .* {. b cem. director discussed and it was suggestedthat the franchise election to be held Nuptials Held tral Florida where Mr. Porcher j i' [fSoe::> :'c' 'a t'e Sunday Se- nelS'-Jr1! Whit rser eM tslice cede ,
: Bvttaa for Prtven- a large representative group Sept. 30. City Clerk Brooks stated had been a leading citrus grower. [Special to fie Sunch-/ Ser''ne'.Sar] NEW SMYRNA BEACH An I' thndrea.Ides. ,

...*, of citizens attend this hearing. : registration books were already [Special to The.Sunday Sentinel-Stor] !i Funeral services'were held Sat- DAYTONA BEACH-The. Day- appeal for old clothes of any kind' Wluak siad f

i aimpi< $aa a totaled hon- i Drivers licenses go on sale at I II open. DAYTONA BEACH The mar- urday at 4 pm. at the Nimmons ; tona Beach Life Guard Corps will for needy residents of this com- there milt boa. low
0tMMf Ie Atlantic The City turned down a requestby residence LaGrange. j honor its members Tuesday SUM" bileSL.. la #
nigntat munity came from Mrs. Roy Lawrence \
the County Judges law'office here 1 riage of Miss Eleanor Melnychuk.
.., and tinsel aft*9 I 16. At I Fire Capt. Morrison to send John Burial services will be held Sunday I' ceremonies in the Bandshell Red Cross executive secretary said abe .11NIid a et fI .
1 Tuesday through Sept. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
& y piaa too livt ini' I will be sold at the one of the firemen to a fire col- at 12:30 at the family mausoleum when certificates of merit will be yesterday. Large-sized dress- pm.. that hMs ..
Holopaw they Melnychuk of Jamaica, N. Y., and I
Ocala because of lack of .,.... .
j I Peaty Wilson Lumber Co. office lege in Lloyd Taylor Harrell. son of Mrs. Courtney Cemetery, Merritt : awarded guards for rescues made e$ are especially needed she said. I shortlyptoded. t
and in Kissimmee at the officeof ; funds. Also refused was the request -I David E. Harrell. 156 Madison Island. She is survived by three. during the Summer season.A Likewise people of this community ; .
of P. J. Peterson to fix a daughters Mrs. Frank Bowles solid gold medal will to the
I go who
need dresses
shoes
the in the Court .
County Judge Ave. and the late Mr. Harrell,
I House. sidewalk for the Elks because no took place Friday in Waycross. Demurest N. J: Mrs. Edward guard who has effected the largest and sweaters are asked to come New North. V..up.r
IL.L.
1A funds were available. Whitner. T ronto Canada and number of rescues. Engraved certificates to the Red Cross office between .
The St. Cloud Kindergarten : I
Ga, at the home of Judge A. S.
rwwi' "'I"" under supervision of Mrs. Grace j McQueen long-time friend of the Miss Nanne' Porcher. New York:' will go to all guards. They 9 and 12 noon each. / I Stevens will begin Monday. Sept. SanforditesMake who the' City; one son Arthur G, Porcher will be signed by Mayor Ernest L. they can ret them. _

I .. Registration on Tuesday and double bridegroom ring ceremony.performed Jr.. U. S. Military Academy. West Padgett' and Captain Don Kirk- There will be a Florida State West Votoaanewspaper Mu..
Point; one brother.Dr. Enoch Cal- wood of the corps. Conference for Red Cross chapter '0
Wednesday preceding. tfatttiMgandpuMMwtf
The' bride was born in Eliza .
VisitIn laway Jr., LaGrange Ga. and one City Com. Walter A. Shelleywin workers at the San Juan Hotel to Mr HH I y
J and in
beth. N. was reared I .
Jamaica where she was graduated sister, Mrs. Nimmons, LaGrange. [ make the awards and deliver Orlando Sept. 15-18 Mrs. Law- the Nortlteatfty .
FhckT.Scbo.1b
School Put Barracks
from Newton High School. She I main address: i rence announced. Sessions win '. will a**esr cwt .
Use Carolinas MRS. LOUISA STRAUB Following the ceremonies the begin at 9:30 each day. Local'! PatrtmHident. laamlra M
To Hill
Building also is a graduate of Lenox
KISSIMMEE-Mrs. Louisa W. life station located in workers who plan to ''
I, new guard go are re- will tit...
(Soeoal to The Sundcy! Sentuwl-Starl [Soecral' to The. Sunday Sentinel-Star} New Hospital' York.School Mrs. Harrell of Nursing came in to Straub 81, died to an Orlando I the Bandshell will be thrown open quested to contact Mrs. Lawrence. printed, inS c.-- e
DAYTONA BEACH M. W. SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs. J. H. hospital Friday. She had been a for public inspection. The awards Jobmoi war stir 'I'I
)Morrow principal of Holly Hill Truluck and Mr. aivl Mrs. Dale Daytona Beach three months ago :I[resident here since 1917 and was j mark the first time that the City. The diameter of the earth at the City Jon esl Ir/. ..
and Halifax Hospital
is employed at j
School, has announced that thet..o Scott left yesterday to visit North a native of Buffalo N. Y. a member of Daytona Beach has presentedto equator Is 7,926 miles. Through Journal Jebttltsr .
Nary barracks buildings formerly ; and South Carolina. I I I of Holy Redeemer Catholic t each guard recognition of his t the poles it's 7,899. :the new plliketlsa. I
Mr. Harrell. a native of Daytona ,
at the New Smyrna Beach I Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Murry Sams Jr. t't'I work. u -- -
Airport which the Holly Hill and daughter Ann Traves visited Beach attended Mainland '. She is survived by three daugh-
School Board obtained for $22. Mrs. W. A. Fitts recently.Mr. ,High School but received his high !,1 tens Mrs. J. M. Kritz of Orlando ,
Lighting EquipmentFor Just Received
b will be ready at the school groundsfor and Mrs. John Hughes left school diploma from the NavyDept. Mrs. Ira P. Edwards of Gulf .
use as three additional classrooms -I yesterday for Washington Iowa,'I He served more than three [mock.. and Sister Charles Diamond Arrives

for the new term starting to visit with his parents.Mr. years Fleet 21 with months the Seventh at Guam.Pacific Sal-I i I' of Georgetown University Ham-I [Special! to fre Sirdov Sent:-&,i-Stor] BEAUTIFUL NEW FAIL CLOTHES
A Sept. 10. and Mrs. Elton Moughtonand pita!. Washington, D. C.: NEW SMYRNA BEACII-
In a redesign of the structures. daughter Charlotte and Miss pan. Tinian and Iwo Jima. He 'Peter W. Straub of Kissimmee; ,
Equipment for the lights for the
building becomes 112 20 also took part in the occupation four sisters Mrs. Dora Moms
one by I Mary George left today for Miami i )softball diamond hue arrived Created By
of China and He received
Japan. '
feet containing three classrooms and Key West. Mrs. Hattie Emslie Mrs. Anna
and will be installed by Sept. 10.
and another 43 by 20. which will Mr. and Mrs. Roland Wesson his discharge in January 1948 and ; Valley all of Buffalo and Mrs. : City Mgr. Ferris said '
yesterday.
be used as' a manual training I left yesterday for Miami. is now employed with Florida I Lena Lareau of Philadelphia; also t That will be in time for the opening McMULLEN and CLAIRE McCARDftl

sIe room. The new rooms will be Mrs. ,Ruth Scott has returned Power and Light. I I six grandchildren. Rosary win be |i of the softball league schedule. I
heated with fuel oil space heaters 1 from New Orleans and Jackson After a honeymoon in New recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the I
and will have suitable modemlighting. ville. ,York the newlyweds will be at: Grlssom Chapel.
Morrow said. Mr .and Mrs. R. L. Stawr and home in an apartment at 222 N. Requiem Mass win be celebratedat Dutch Brooklyn name is"Breukelen.a corruption" of a 0 Glamour For Evening 'I

son have returned from Vlrgi ''. :Oleander. 9 ajn.' Monday in Holy Re- w E
Mrs. Mayme Hodgkin and sister deemer Catholic Church with Rev. Sport For Daytime .- i
no, ...... 1\11' Ins Mrs. Sara Mero Williams have '
Open Monday Evenings returned Oviedo OES Fr.! Joseph Barry officiating. FAMOUSCALART 1

:+=:t.,I..n:;:..yIt's from Washington. D. C. Interment will be in Rose Hill O Sweaters and Skirts For Cam",.s
Postmaster Joel S Field 1s attending Artificial FLOWERS
Cemetery. Pallbearers will be ( ) 1e
.... Arenleur I WARREN'SWinter
ww'. InI the National American I Holds Annual Messrs. Charles Edwards Ira Ed Mat Natural Artificial' Flower Mad Cottons For ComfortlohrIea
tlt.ieeitr..tnlsLLU .1
I Legion Convention in New York wards Max Knits Paul Straub MANY VARIETIES-ALSO VASES
hid Excltmvtly ByANGEULT
Thsary Park Phone 68 City.Capt. Norman Straub and E. P. Neid. FLORAL SHOPPE

.,....... to IWe atwC. and Mrs. Earl Loucks have Picnic Fete Mcnanin (Ph. MSI An9 *lt Hotel] 9
.... ., returned from the North and :MRS. GRACE G. REED .

esweet $3758 Canada. Special to. The Sunday Sentinel-Ster! : ] Funeral services for Mrs. Grace shop
a.etsty. --I Mrs. Ptrley Craly of Tallahassee OYEDO Annual Robert Morris Greenwood Reed will be held at EXPERT :
,......-......... is visiting her sister. Mrs. 0'1 t 'I 10 ajn. Tuesday to the Carey 1
Seminole 2 WATCH REPAIRING
of No. .
picnic Chapter !
M. Shipp. 208 Park Ave. Winter Park ....
Hand Chapel the Rev. Dean Melville :! ,
Order of Eastern Star held : I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson son ; was E. Johnson officiating. Interment Specializing In Swiss and Amer- : : I I il
in Sweetwater Park Thursday. t
' DIAPER SERVICEP Wesley and daughter SaDIe are will be in GreenwoodCemetery. ican Watches. 8 Days Service '!
I' Worthy Patron Leslie T. Shep- "
Ratarrafaana ImmadUta spending the holidays with Mrs.Jackson's Pallbearers will be L. I ::1'' '
i'! r M DaBvanr part gave a biography of Robert ORLANDO JEWELRY : -==:'
Mrs. J. W. '
mother j, I '
PHONE 2-3357 I
til Mero. Morris. Mrs. J. C. Bills added H. Gibbs. R. E. Duckworth Capt. I 2S6 S. Orange Comer Jackson I .
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details. T. B. Gautier L. A. Blake C.

: t I j Past Grand Matron and Past I Hook and H. L. Jacobs Jr. J _
Grand Patron G. E. McKay for- Mrs. Reed 75, mother of Mrs. I Ita"S

8 I merly of Sanford and now of Miami W. S. Branch Jr., and a resident

Re-Opening Sept. were introduced as honor of Orlando for the past 27 years ON TO
visitors of the occasion. Birthday died at the Orange Memorial Hos- :I HOLD

1 with J I songs were sung to several includ- pita Friday. She was born in

tfto y.. mmi bt rUht ent FULL ENROLLMENT ing Worthy Matron Mrs. Jack I Pleasant Valley Ia., and spent
Burner, G. B. Elliott. Miss Kath- her early childhood in Colorado
Un , TKATS when yea andWAITING ryn Davis and others. I Springs. Colo. She was marriedto ete '

LIST t Among thos enjoying this picnic Raymond Reed in 1889 and I URBONI
t 1M ..... MI the rrecblon of t' were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie T. moved to Lawrence Kan... while

witch FUwien Sheppard. Mr. and Mrs.\ R. W. their children were attending the
a CUM act Miller Robinson
i Turner. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Cren- University of Kansas. She was a .,...........
Mrs. R. ".".".".".".a,".,."."."."."."."."."."."."."."."."."."." '
tvnn Mrttrfol Waaty mark shaw N. Strenle. Mrs. member of the St. Luke's Episcopal j
KINDERGARTEN & PRIMARY I
t i J. B. Crawford Mrs. Oscar M. Church and the Rosalind i /
Orvni t. ma ., judgment 319 N. Main St. Phone 4916 Harrison. Mrs. Katherine Davis 'Club. Besides her daughter she I ,

i a guest Mrs.A.D.Shumaker.Mrs. I ,
is survived by a son. Harold Robert I
Ptlced from Elizabeth Jewett Mr. and Mrs. H. a, Reed. Indianapolis three I
$33.75
: t i J. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Bill grandchildren and three gnat r t
F I Tyre Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hubbard : grandchildren.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Elliott Mr.;, I

and Mrs. Joe L. Corley Mrs. L. FUNERAL .SERVICES: ,
!t I 1 M.Tyre. Mrs. R. C. Maxwell San- :
i! For Mr. John Harvey Pye will ,
I i ford; Mrs. Tommy McLean and be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the :
I i son Tommy Mrs. J. C. Bills Jr.. Carey Hand Chapel, the Rev ,r
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Logan and George E. Downes officiating. Interment .
; I II It I Mrs. Edson Goit. Geneva; :Mr. and will be in Greenwood : I

Courtship Serenity Mrs. G. E. McKay Miami; Mr. Cemetery.' .
$1263 $1263 and Mrs. Frank W. Talbott. Mr. I ,, 'I:
and Mrs. J. B. I ;i
Jones.
II Mr. and CARD Or THANKS I i
,ate Mrs. Paul Campbell Mrs. R. L. .. We want to thick: the manJ'friends lisa .'
Ragsdale Mrs. Theodore Aulin Rev, Mars: Dobbs and 0... Dovni for the >;
tlBdnnt shown and the floTert given dnr ,
Mrs. Irving Malcolm and daughter in. the lllnw and death of ear dear : f
t Shirley and son. Donnie .t.thu.t : 1
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44i6t Parleys SlatedCAMP Denies Jewel fI I Castaways Get Tigert Steps Down Shooting Kills



s To Vote in Tampa Primary Tuesday .MCQUARRIE-Annual Theft ReportNEW
Boat Ride Home As UofF PresidentGAINESVILLE Father and Son
TAMPA API) Negroes win vote for the first time in the City's Poultry Institute will open here ORLEANS Theft of :

White Municipal Party Primary Tuesday when a Mayor and other city tomorrow and will 'continue until $100.000 to $200,000 in jewels froma

eftfeUU via be chosen dose to 3,200 of the city's 32,000 qualified Saturday ,morning. Miami woman in Buenos Aires i I
I MIAMI [UPI Three men who [AP] Dr. John J. Tigert yesterday JACKSONVILLE r TAP) A father
Political observers that in close contests a mass Poultrymen will register Mon was under investigation yesterday,
v Un ftft Wefree say d out of In the middle down of the of and his son were shot to .fteeAfc m
Ktr0 tott could be felt strongly. day. Tuesday's program is con- but official information was quite ran gas .of I stepped as president University Florida, a. their the
home city's imUi
cerned with chicks I the Caribbean, the only] spot of he had held for 19 on
pullet on
seek as com- meager. ; post years. i if
two
Top campaign! it the Mayor's race In which men the I era outskirts early yectevter **4
poet now held by Mayor Curtis Hixon. George T.Taylor, a contractor pared all with flocks straight-run, feed chicks J I The jewels allegedly were removed land within! 100 miles, thumbed a He will be succeeded on Oct. 1 by Dr. J. Hillis Miller;' county officers said they btttm
pullet consumption from a trunk belonging to J ride on a lumber boat and were f native and associate of the motive.
lad umber Of the City's Board of Representatives, and Don V. broilers and processing poul- Mrs. Laura E. Noll, wealthy widow Virginian currently commissioner. I robbery was
$ OtuoU. schoolteacher oppose Hixon on the grounds they can do a' try meat. j I of a Fort Wayne, Ind., cough syrup ''I' on the way home last night. education lor the state 01 Hew I The dead were Mtirtttitd as

bitter job. Wednesday Is hatchery and !'manufacturer, while her luggage I They are leaving behind them York. Richard Melvin. 4$, tad his. ft*

fro -A. &...,. t breeder association day. Topicsfor was en route by truck from an Argentine I the Graman plane in which The Board of Control, meeting:' ther, James Melvin 74.
**, discussion are the produc- < customs inspection station they flew to Swan Island, its in Orlando, named Dr. H. Harold I A third man W. B. Le*. C*.

Electricity Kills Two Coast Highway Clear tion of hatching eggs shipping : to the SS Del Norte at Buenos I I i tanks dry. I II Hume, University provost and j uncle of Richard, was critically

MOBILE' Ala. IAPJ) William JACKSONVILLE [API U. chicks by plane, pullorum disease Aires, a distance of two miles. I Mrs. William A. Krozen, whose dean of the College of Agriculture I wounded in the upper left chest

tdra1 Halting. 28, of Pine- 8. Highway No. 1 is open all the hatchery industry its i I Meanwhile, it was reported I Ij husband and father-in-law were as interim president to serve I by the early morning Mates.Gene .
the way between Jacksonvilleand problems and future. that Mrs. Noll had deniedI : passengers received word yester- as the university head from Sept. Griffin chief of the
tt ti4 Tint na. died in Mobile City Miami"" Chalmers D. An association meeting will be I j knowledge of the loss. She was day from the CAA that they had 1, when Dr. Tigert's resignation.,county's criminal taveU *fcea

HotptUl yesterday of severe Home, president of East held during the 'afternoon. I| quoted as saying she "knew caught rides on a Nicaraguan becomes officially effective, until! division, said it had been determined -

burn suffered when well Coast Highways Assn.. said I State Poultry Producers Assn.I; nothing about" the reports. i lumber boat, the Sumaca, bound Y EI Dr. Miller takes over. that a large amount of

"4 drilling equipment he was yesterday.AAA : Day is Thursday.. There will be Mrs. NoD arrived 'here aboard i j i for Tampa and due there Monday.She An hour before noon yesterday i, cash, at least "several thoutand
wing came to contact with a offices here said the I talks on experimental work pub- the Del Norte Wednesday and left i;I didn't know how they man- a group of deans, administrative j dollars" had been in Use Melvin
power line. only delay along the route to I licizing foods, the new poultry,and for Fort Wayne Thursday. i aged to flag the Sumaca down. department heads and faculty ; home prior to the shooting It
4tt ILl death was the second Miami is Just south of JackI egg laws, merchandizing poultry : Since Tuesday,under a ripening heads gathered In Dr. Tigert's office has not been located.
s tif t resulting from the accident. sonville. Two-way traffic is products processing eggs. The association Parks Pedrick general passen- : tropic moon or a hot tropic sun suite In Language Hall to I Lee, who lived 111. smaller
w Hutlnts brother in law being maintained and motor- will meet during the aft- ger agent of the Mississippi ship- i batting occasionally at mosquitoes present him with a silver punchbowl I house near the Melvin home said
".... Oibaon. 40. also of Pine- ists are losing little if any ernoon. ping company which operates the I they had looked at the water and set and a bound volume of' officers he was aroused about C
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Del confirmed
Norte a story
tide was electrocuted. time because of construction. I On Friday, topics for discussion the robbery report but said he a i prayed for gasoline scanned the testimonial educators throughout letters from the leading nation.I a.m. by shouts from the main

..Jr ok are breeding broiler chicks, I: knew "nothing more." I skies for relief planes and seen house. As he wafted stress the
I The gifts from the university
the use of records in selecting I ,only goony-birds found every hull were yard toward the Melvin house, fee
Guard Offers Rewards in Drive for Recruits I breeders records. of performance FBI agents said they had "no i on the horizon to be a 400-pound faculty. was shot.

TALLAHASSEE IDP1 The Florida National Guardsmen who wins the Georgia broiler contest comment However, one added turtle. Visibly moved Dr. Tigert received i Richard and"a
1 involved found
that "too many people are bowl set Deputies
the silver
the mod recruit in th membership drive, will get a free trip to the '! poultry and egg quality pro- i, in this to say anything aboutit Their only companions who and testimonial letters punch from Dr. .i father dead when they arrived.

Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia. i gram. now" helped by sending vain pleas for Townes R. Leigh, dean of the : The elder Mehrin's bod.u ie the
The institute is in charge of gas and messages to their famIlies while Rich
Adj. Gen. Mark Lance said the two-month campaign beginning I College of Arts and Sciences. downstairs kitchen
Sept. II sill have a coal of 1,200 men in Florida and 88,888 In the Norman R. Mehrhof poultry hus- were weather bureau and I ard's was upstairs on a screened
TresaureHunters the Dr. Tigert
bandman, and H. G. Clayton ex- CAA radio range men some 40 Receiving gUts porch adjoining his: bedroom
esM entire country. tension director. natives, a half dozen cows anda ."" -. ._ I".... said: "I wish I could convince I _
Prtae winners trip will include a stop in Washington for lunch I Asked To Go EasyMIAMI score of pigs. I I I DR. H. HAROLD H -ME myself that I deserved all of these
tl with the Secretary of the Army.Floridion The Kruzens of Tampa and Pilot expressions of kindness on the him the generous support in ee
Service To Honor [UP] Dade County's -. . interim build the University of
1"-1 ..A"b new Alan Janes of Orlando needed I prexy. part of the faculty and the peopleof I Uniting to
fyn "" park on Key Biscayne will offer the State." Florida that have been eteaded
gasoline to fly back to Florida. A
Elected Secretary Appointed Former Park Chief just about everything a vacationer hundred miles away, with a lot of Dr. Tigert said he has no immediate me. He has a toe personality "

MIAMI BEACH CAP Mrs. JACKSONVILLE [API Mrs. TALLAHASSEE [API The State might want except buried gas but no plane was a friend, Stetson Girds plans except to "rest, play I Dr. Tigert made brief nfftfttN
Jmie R. McAllister of Miami treasure. bill Parker of Tampa dropped : some golf and write." explainingthat to his leaving the univenuy.. say
Constance Pringle Rudd of St. Park Service will dedicate a nature Not that is there'sno f "I love the uniT.....". I
I anyone sure to ing that
was re-elected president there Monday and still waiting to "I Will not be In a position I
trail at Florida Caverns State
Petersburg has been appointed treasure hidden under the sand faith In its future and
.f UM Florida Federation of Park Sept. 9 in honor of the late be picked up for the return. announce my plans until after the i have great
of the
i the Theosophical Society of full-time executive secretary and 10,000 palms, there's a chance first of the year.Commenting ." j consider my years here one
I M
Arthur W. Spencer superintendent '
America at the opening of its of the Florida State of the park at the time of his I that it might be. But Parks For Big Year on his successor. i i great adventures of my life State He
i A. D. Barnes said suPt.1 the people of the
thr a-day convention here Conference of Social Work death two years ago. Board Moves On he said: "I have great faith In the i I thanked hospiUlty
last Right Otis Vaaimanof i doesn't want to encourage abilities of Dr. Miller, I know that j I for "their generous
served with Civilian
Spencer the '*
Fort lAUderdale. was elected and will assume her new duties Conservation Corps before joining digging than that needed for a I Disease Danger [Special to The Sunday! Sentinel-Storl I the people of Florida will extend i during my years to Florida
tomorrow. The appoint- I I sand castle. The park will be .
lire president and Miss JaM DELAND
the park service and worked on Improvements at j
opened Nov. 11 with a three-day TALLAHASSEE [API The State I -
Lewis of St. Petersburg. ment was made by the execu- development of the Marianna Stetson University during the
festival.
was appointed secretary tive committee of the confer- Park which with the Federal I Livestock Sanitary Board yester- I Complete line of
day reported 14 hogs destroyed Summer In preparation for 2,200
were -
treasurer. meeting here.
ence will be bordered
with
.' nature specimens in Duval County Friday I and Sick Room Supplies
native to the park area. Southern EnrollmentSeen students this Fall have been com- Hospital
'R' to prevent a possible outbreak of
pleted at' a cost of $35,000 University :
-
Reaching 1,800 .1 foot and mouth disease. Trusses Supports Crutches
'Little Miss Florida' Contest Gets Entries
officials stated .
Driver LicenseS Florida i Dr. J. V. Knapp director of the yesterday.The I
LAKELAND [API Beds
[tSeecttl to The Sunday Sentinel-StarJ] I.1 Wheel Chairs and Hospital
Southern College is preparing for board, said the hogs were destroyed law college now occupies i iI
WIN(,ILK HAVEN' -Many entries are coming in over the State in //e Opens Sept. 2_ an enrollment of 1,800 in its Autumn I I after it was learned they had]I ample quarters at the municipal Soles end Rentals
a Little Miss Florida Contest started yesterday By Phil Lucey general British
I term which begins Oct. 1. been fed garbage from a I
It moved from the
manager of the Florida Citrus Commission, sponsor of the contest.I TALLAHASSEE [AP Sale of Pres. Ludd M..Spivey said yester- boat, carrying prohibited meats I science airport.hall which was now houses the II ,,toll o t0nt Olt a COM QK ,
1947-48 Florida drivers' licenses
The contest U open to all little Florida girls between ,the ages of 3 I from Argentina. Dr. Knapp said I
and 12. This should see meet Florida cities represented by the time I begins Sept. 2, State Department I day.On the basis of applications received the hogs bodies were burned and I and departments engineering.of chemistry New laboratory, physics I' Msmu.mrvcuNS AND
'of Public Safety announced
Ute contest closes Sept. n, 1947 he said. i I Iour yes- Dr.-Spivey said about 1,200 disinfection of the area was carried I equipment will be added within uTotrwrruoAMefQuiruM
terday. would be male students, two- out under supervision of the I. j ... .M .
contest committee is ready to furnish information and entry j Drivers have until Oct. 1 to pur-{. the next few months. / 0rl.J.
State Board and the United States
blanks to all parents who desire to enter their little girl in this con- I thirds of them veterans. Last I 329 No. Phone 7253 2-4J59
chase the permits which will be Southern had total Bureau of Animal Husbandry. The former art room at Eliza- Orange Orlando -
tnt" Lucey stated. Winner is to be selected by a staff of judges valid until Oct. 1, 1948. Under a : year of with a enrollment j beth Hall has been converted
1,874 an -
headed by Harry Conover. law passed by the 1947 legislature, I term registration of opening into a series of offices for the .
delinquent In buying licenses 1,406.1 I Marianna Escapees address
persons increasing: faculty. A public -
--Ir -6' About 30 per cent of the total is
may have old permits renewed has been installedin "'
I Taken Into system
expected to be out-of-state and Custody
Police Get FM Radio UofF Graduation Set either by taking a.drivers'I i foreign students. the auditorium. The library
test or paying a $1 penalty. MARIANNA (UP) Two boys building has been renovated and
tV cioi to tie Sunday SenfaeLStar] GAINESVILLE [UPI The I who escaped from the State Industrial (
redecorated with lighting
DAYTONA BEACH Chief University of Florida made State Chess ChampionWins School here Wednesdaywere new .
14,859 Take State'sHome and ventilating systems in- .
plans yesterday for issuing .
of Police Tom Johnson has back in custody yesterday. -- .
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313 degrees to the largest Courses in First Round Arthur Patterson 15, of Cleve- .
announced that Project
Daytona Summer graduation class In I Both the men's and women'sgymnasiums ,
TAMPA [AP Dr. C. L. Drexel land, O.. and Charles Chambers. I g
Beach's Dew $7.000 FM police its history at exercises here TALLAHASSEE (API Special i 17. of Miami, found In an have been painted
were
of Miami Florida State
Beach
t radio equipment was put,into next Friday. The university i :'"home projects" were undertakenby chess champion won his first I abandoned cabin eight miles from 'inside as well as Chaudoin Hall. Have you seen the new toy soda fountain? It's bright

service this week and works announced it will issue 242 i 14,859 Florida home economics I'! round match in the State tournament here Friday. Three companionswere The driveway through the campus 'in shiny aluminum rust and corrosion resistant with a
t, perfect!. This equipment re bachelor degrees. 50 masters students during the last 'school here still at large. I has been paved.Eightyfive .
place an old AM set installed degrees 20 law degrees and term, Supt. of Public instruction I I> Sixteen players yesterday.from Tampa, Patterson and Chambers ,alleg- I bright red counter. Real syrup pumps of sparkling white

; la Ittfl. traded in on the FM. one doctorate In biology. i I Colin English reported yesterday.The . Orlando, Miami, Jacksonville and I edly broke into a home here per cent of our urb- plastic are labeled cherry chocolate, cola and root beer
t extra-curricular work to- stole between an residents receive all their milk} I II
and
in the i iI Thursday night
I.. i St. Petersburg are playing
eluded child care, consumer buying R I and I u I by truck. plus a soda-water pump in the center. It even has eight
$50 $100.
Miamians Purchase O. Lodmell, formerly with the; tourney.
relations health home
family ,
I Miami Herald. ,They will assume I ice.cream holds with black plastic covers. It's amazing! !
nursing, agriculture cooking, sewing -
Lake Wales Papers control Sept. 1. I. and personal care. English It really works! .And it's only $3.95.

i LAKE WALES [AP] Ed R. .said 30,000 girls are studying home Red Tide Moves BacFORT k StronglyGulf
t Clww f1. editor and publisher of Willis Reappointed ; economics in Florida schools.

: 4 the Lake Wales dally and its weekly TALLAHASSEE [AP Bryant
l companion newspaper the Willis yesterday was reappointedfor Auto Accident'Kills MYERS API] Commer- said "As far as we know our Red i waters' he said, were still "

: s Highlander announced the sale of Aud-: cial fishermen interviewed last has but cautioned murky. 'Jlalcy's"aosm
t t a four-year term as State One Injuries Three Tide disappeared" \ Volunteer crews from the Naval 214 N. Orange
.. I both pubMcaUoas to two Florida itor. He began service In the po.j night said the Red Tide appears! that if a south wind moved j' of fish
Reserve helped dispose car-
f. 1 newspapermen. Ne wowners are sitton to 1933 resigned In 1937 and;i JACKSONVILLE [UP] Thomas to be moving back In force into I I Tel. 6668 t < Eutra* Z. Spfltht. formerly with was reappointed in 1941. He has II'I. Herrin 19, was killed In a headon Lee County waters, where the ;, the fish mass further into Tampa I' casses. A Navy plane again dusted with u.r,.LlalJme S tQr ?
a t IM Miami Daily News and Robert served since. : collision near here yesterday plague began last Winter. They! Bay large quantities of fish wouldbe Gulf and Bay shorelines

e. .. when he was crushed against the declared another recurrence of the': trapped and killed. DDT. -- ----
: i Instrument panel of the auto he tide in Lee County waters would : "Pray that you don't get a south .

Growing In Popularity Every Day... was riding. I; be disastrous to their business. wind," Strickland said as he explained - - -

: Duval County Road Patrolmen I I Tom Smoot of the South Fish I a strong wind could churnup ' .
SLUDGE RUINS CAR ECONOMY *: ENGINESCome '
CAR PERFORMANCE * &*
,, f' THE LONG WOOD HOTEL said three other persons were in- Co, who aided government scien- ;. the waters and cause the decaying -
i Jured. They were Harrison Pelot tists in investigating the water' carcasses to rise to the top .
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37, Jimmy Bryant, 28. Thomas situation, estimated 50.000 tons of;,; and be carried along "like a cloud,
jut Off Rout. 17-92 38.Services. ___ ___
Peaby, fish were killed In Lee County wa- killing all fish" with which it came H
1 Midway Between Sanford and Orlando In contact.

., J'; Stnrwg Doily from S to 9 Held for Vet I Tide Hits North Fish killed by the tide or 1D Get Rid of Cprbortin
N. Y. IL'P The
VTOODMERE ]
D.
1 LOOI I CLEARWATER [UPI Funeral through contact with other dead I ,
"R'' mysterious "Red Tide" struck in Combustion
DELIGHTFUL DINNERS services were held yesterday for fish sink to the bottom and do "

,. f bnthto. I Ucludiag Smorgasbord and Col. Edmund Kearsey Sterling, 71'1 j North Atlantic waters for the not appear on the surface for ". }Ji Chamber
when thou-
e '. rt.. Pleasant retired Army officer who grad-, first time yesterday two days. ,
,. t $1-" t.ov obfy $ .50 uated from West Point with the sands of tons of dead fish'were I He described conditions on the \
( Priced; from AtmosphereDUdq Class' of 1897. He will be buried'!, washed ashore on Long Island beaches as "splotchy" and predicted Stop OH Pumping
beaches. The fish were believed the last dead fish would be removed -
Tuesday in National
Arlington
: t NlifcOy to Recorded Mule Cemetery. II to have died from eatingtropical from the beaches shortly. and Spark Plug

: l red worms'washed north Fouling
by the Gulf Stream.
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Remover
, ermen. The Lee County Chamberof Sludg*

. : Commerce estimated the addi- anywhere and Carbon
. i tional loss In tourist trade is at
.Deposits

e, NOTICEOctober least Dead$1 million.fish have been reported iL\ IN FLORIDA .

i 1 washing ashore at Boca Grandefor
;
. I three at Bo-' Clean Carbon-
1 : the past days Any sire-Any
. I Ii iI keelia on the northern end of Coated Vatvi

i t t Itginning I lit the new Motor Vehicle Safety Reiponsibifiry Pine Island and at Captlva Is- depthforfor Home Groveor wF
land.
; law wtB be enforced. Thli wiD affect automobile Commercialuse.
: i : every Boca Grande fishermen reported Clean Sludge-

t f fi owner and operator in Florida. there the included fish piled bottom high on fish the beach trout, In today : have a.complete "de-sludging" Packed Piston


i: i! 1 . If en automobile owner or operator is involved In an accident coder mullet Pompano, pompano the, hardest and porpoiseswith hit. We Water guarantee lob performed by our skilled mechanics. . It wiN Rings

certain! 'eondlHoM. he ma y lose his Beenie and his right torfrive The visitation is the third this bring you all/ these advantages:
: 1 1S 1s year for Boca Grande where resi- No job too Clean
i 'Ii e ear anti he meets, certain finandslrequfrem.nts of the Law. dents last Winter were sickened by large or too Sludgt*

S I Ij r the odors accompanying the tide. smalL t. Give you better gasoline economy. 4. Increase oil economy and in many Clogged Of)

Aa tnsureAce pefey in the AMERICAN FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY Nat Fntcn. a Boca Grande R -eases eliminate oil pumping.
i iIi resident, said he counted 25 v 2. Restore complete lubrication to all

j meets every requirement and Is e simple, Inexpensive way of com. large pompano in 15 feet of the I vital parts of your engine.
beach together with other fish. 5. ,Improve the smoothness of engine

f '\ ',_ : .' pip*? with this raw Lew. It p&tects the policyholders right to drive and Meanwhile, a reported big mass I I 3 Elimire corrosive and damaging performance.

1 1i i I :x._f else prefects him. efainst financial loss-giving freedom from worry. fTW of decaying fish resting of on the I cherrJril deposits which contami- FIRST 1WCHEVROLET
; bottom near the mouth TampaBay -
1i the life of engine.
t 'I f rate your lubricating oil.OLDSMOBILE 6. Prolong your
i I posed a new threat to forces FREEMAN .
aew Law k e contribution to progress and Is conducive toSafety . trying to rid the area of smelly LIBBY &
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t \. killed by the Red Tide I
end the. saving of $v.o.S.e fish Claude Strickland who heads 711 W. Church St

d and cleanup )'I
volunteer county TeL 9869
l If Yew'A+a.rk.a'-R.pnwat.tiw TNIfI crews disposing of the dead fish I

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fl' *<'fI\ TWaCTT: 'flpra j % i -on -\ .. '. )' "' r "1 ) ) I I'[Orlando Home Sales Reported

'll 4WJil iklxili: : jJlJjyJIkb JJ] LsJJJjlxJI] I' t ..! fflrsv}

:As Brisk During Past Month

. AUGUST )1.1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO FLORIDA PAGE 19 & fllKfl'rt I
--- -- Rrisk salr tntalinrf aV r.iit O.;fl ftfin within; tka tt.a&t 11
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a days are reported by the George F. Brass Realty Co. Tfctf ,
i FLORIDA REALTORGRAM
include:

t- .." ,, :"> .' :. A one-story colonial residence at 1516 Nottingham Dr. I
in Beverly Shores which was purchased by Miss Charlotte
S More UnitsIs
Housing M Robinson owner of the'Robinson -
Music Co. The building was sand beaches. Htynle vatue- -
Just completed by Jack Sweetman, mated this transaction.
Trend I Florida r .r .contractor.S The transaction was Mr. and Mrs. J. N. HvaatoM*
handled by William G. Haynie. I.bought a two story reatdeae at
1817 E. Washington A t't. ties
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Hemp-
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:Marion F. McDonald.is Hamlet
By VIOLET DUNHAM _
a ) hill purchased the Ben H. Fuqua employed by the Orange BIIIKI.
[Executive Adoration of Realtors .
Secretary, .:> home at 3417 Pine Tree Rd. in Co. Haynie also handled Uric deaL
I TREND OF THE market this week for Florida shows : "' Dubsdread. Hemphill was retired I. Mrs. Rene Van Dam pfd

all cities starting more housing, especially ... ..,..., from the Camden, N. J.. Police a homesite at the corner of Park
N NT Way rental units, than ever before. In Tampa, rental housingIs k $! "' Department after serving as desk Lake Ave. and Highland St where
iIi r 731.r. sergeant for almost 25 years she immediately began ceetrac*
1 exceeding all previous output. -$: !L He spent about one year I tion of a rambling type bos*tlev.
ft :
inMIM 8i . National Association of Home Builders of the United traveling through Florida before I This transaction was C'eMQBt.
I States in Its weekly Washington selecting Orlando as his home. mated by Leverett

Oh *to.t sturdy new I letter reports that the industry is ments to the license law passed by ,,, .,.. . .... ... .. & "., ,.. \ ) i4l.: . J. Trary Walker handled the J I
GUIll ROOFING for our starting and finishing more houses the 1947 Legislature. -- -:;.. : .v. _, za "' deaL Continue

llel nit eap*lor roofing In one year than the nation has A broker must be ,21 years of -W'_>'ot<.;;:,!l<' "" " . . .,. # The home of Howard C. Amosat
age. a citizen of the United States, s 1123 Colchester Are. in Orwin
.It fc.*+ro tit* world over forM seen in two decades, approachingthe and must have resided in Floridafor ../'' .J Manor was bought by Mr. and StrongSales in TwoDevelopments
old durability all-time high run up in 1925. one year. Before the amendments T Mrs. Ernest L. Lowe. Lowe. Flor- '
Wwtf * aliens had held licenses in dia Airways' chief pilot was I
hi ,t.. wq It JOur IT IS AT THE RATE OF A the State. :": .-iIIIIl "" ::' ,",1'CI-n' ) y ) -- ; originally from Columbus Ind. He i

... tar, cad wwthw million homes year, for which Among other qualifications he ONE-STORY COLONIAL residence at 1516 I The home has just been completed by Jack served as a flight commander at :
everyone has been striving. The must bear a reputation for fair Nottingham Ave. in Beverly Shores [above] i Sweetman, contractor. The transaction was Lakeland and Avon Paik. During j I 1 Strong continued sales of home-
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accusation that the industry is not resident dealing. of A Florida.Mr. salesman. must be a was recently purchased by Miss Charlotte M.i handled by William G. Haynie of the GeorgeF. many times and decided to make i'' sites in Sherwood Forest a beau
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around
tract LakeI
sr. YOU to com on the meeting truth the that demand only once is met before with in Warlow as a service is Robinson, owner of the Robinson Music Co. II. Brass RealrCo.. his home here. 1 I Como near South and Bum&y so,

t. t... w*.11 .iut .ak for a the history of this country has also bringing to the attention of ,i 't When Lowe was discharged and in exclusive Forrest HOb subdivision -
the many brokers before whomhe alter three years overseas service, on the east aide of L k.
.k.. **ilint. at tough at. there houses been for rent a greater and for number sale of has appeared the rules and he had many good offers but 11 Sue in the city limits of WInter
going Insurance
Increased DeLand
,,-*,_ DIXIE ROOFINGITTA up. than there Is today. I regulations of the State Hotel Holdings Really selected Florida Airways becausehe Park, was reported yesterday bf
Commission and the Board of could live in Orlando. The Guernsey and Green. Inc.
hE 7t 1 oT.l I And when Winter comes in the Health, for the particular bene- I i I transaction was also handled by j A few of the latest porrhMer

north. Florida construction will fit of brokers selling property I I i Real estate has become an Im- during the first half of the Walker. Include: Merrill H. Davis Joe G.
I continue without interruption toj I outside corporate limits. portant investment area for the i(I totaled $22 million with mid-year year Sales Listed Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abbey purchased Warren. Daniel G. Stiles Cyril
fill the needs of the
increasing
* I life insurance companies of the i'holdings of this type at $157 mil a home at 111 E. Rollins B. ISeff Robert II. Mattox. Don-
many who wish to have a perma- I A SPECIAL FEATURE OF OCT. country with acquisitions of $94:I' I'I'I' I I Ave. from Wilbur M. Smith. Abbeywas old F. Rybolt, Frank A. Wjna
home Florida.Sala .
nent in 27 before the regular convention million reported for the first half I I I lion.The real estate [Soeewf to The Sunday Sentmel-Sror! ] retired from the Navy recently and James L. Powell.
of real this : activities for the
estate Summer
session of the association at West i of the year bringing total hold- !first 6 months of i DELAND-Sale of the home occupied as a chief warrant officer after Guernsey and Green's new
1947 of
show there are great num-I' Palm Beach will be a program for ;ings of real estate to $760 million I insurance the life for many years by the late 37 years service. A. Bentley I home building program is continuing -
I bm of them. local board executives sponscrKl :the Institute of Life Insurarce i I up by the companies Institute as are follows summed I Annie Fisher to Dr. John V. Lever tt consummated the deal. at the rate of one started
I * i by Pres. AI Werly and NAREB I says. I Acquired Sties Holdings I Vaughen, chemistry professor at E. A. Anderson and his son I every three weeks. These homes
THE FLORIDA REAL ESTATE' Regional Vice. s. Thomas O'- Non-housing real estate held 'I In 8 in G June'' Stetson University was an- :bought Bemie's Gateway Grill. range in size from two bedrooms
I Commission is giving a real service Hagen DuPree. as an investment under the Investment Non-, Moi. Uos. 30 i I nounced last week by R. P. Bell I,They formerly operated a restaurant -I and one bath to three bed1...>sand
through V. P. \Varlow public relations State laws adopted recently accounted housing Real !' Realty Co. The home located at in Franklin, Pa. They also I two baths. They are being
director' in explaining to Pine Castlc.Methodists for $58 million of the Estate Housing$58 t 0 1128 547 W. New York Ave.. contains purchased a home here and have built in both Sherwood Forest gad
brokers the meaning of the amend-! six month acquisitions, bringing Investment Home Offices _,_._ 22 8 0 1 261 157 four bedrooms and two sleeping made Orlando their permanent I Forrest HiHs.Howard .
-- holdings of such properties to Farm Properties __ 0 27 92 porches. The sale price was not 'residence The transaction was ,
$128 million. ; Other Real Estate 6 17 122 disclosed.The handled by F H. Squires. I Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT
Rental housing projects added Total _- m m $760 I Bell agency also announcedthe ; A home at 2001 Harrison St. ,
I sale of the Wade Wood homeat I I was sold by Marion M. Mette to 1::1
Set Picnic i 320 South Bhd. to Talmer and Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Adams. The

11IM FLHI- MORE ROOM! [Spe,'ol to The Sunday Sentinel-Stcrj Negro Survey Gordon, Beck home Vivian has Gunter three of bedrooms Palatka.and The a Miami Adams several moved to years Orlando ago from and i ii i Post Office BWff.-PioiJf 19!

PINE CASTLE-The Methodist garage apartment. have invested quite extensively I WINTER PARK FLORIDA
picnic will be held Wednesday. Enter Realty James Francis has purchasedthe I in real estate here. Squires also
MN MOTT Those wishing transportation are home of Edward S. Nye, R. P. handled this deaL i
asked to meet at the church at Aid Is PraisedCooperation I II Bell who handled the transaction. j\ Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Webb purchased -, Jas. Gamble Rogers II
3:30 pm, where there will be a I Field HereTom i stated. Also Included in the deal a home at 1024 27th St.I
J {letwm. were five adjacent lots. I
way provided.Mr. I from H. L. Meadors. Webb is Architects E&dnetrt
and Mrs. G. L. Brewer are of the Negro pop Gordon and Firth Beck II The DeLand Board of Real- putting to use some of his experience Building Consultants
1 AttacY on an auto trip through the North. ulation here in the business and prominent local and State busi- tors is continuing its drive to I and training in the Naval
fw Us* put tntral years The official board of the Meth- housing survey being conducted by ness men, have formed the Gor- have owners of vacant lots keep service by engaging In the dredg- POST OFFICE BCTLDKQ
odist Church will be held Tuesday i j Orlando Negro Chamber of Com- I them clean. The board recently ing business. He has cleared up WINTER PARE FLA.
I located in the in the parish house. i merce was praised yesterday by Z. don-Beck Real Estate & Insurance sent a representative to the much lake area and made many
1 ?V* HiU-Kul Bank Building Mrs. G. H. Padgett returned | L. Riley president of the C. of C. ,I Agency with offices at 340 N. City Commission meeting order -
Wednesday from the Kissimmee "I "I want to express my thanks Orange Ave.Offering. j to work out some method for tl
1404 M1ve. To hospital in Kissimmee after treat- and appreciation to Orlando's enforcing the existing law requiring III' Glass For All Purposes O\\"DI-I
1i 1 ment for a minor ailment. I j I Negroes Riley declared. "IIow1 listings In groves, '. lot owners to keep the ILLINOlS
i 1M SL Court St. Mrs. Anna Matchett Mrs.Mary I,1 ever, the work Is by no means acreage homes and business : property clean. f
FRENCH MIRROR PLATE GLASS Inee 5L"LUXII
Wigman and Mrs. Barbara Wig-i i complete and we are asking for properties Gordon and Beck are Q L
ta ft.**} Onuut Bldi. next man left Saturday for San Diego I continued support in this ef- also handling mortgage loans I Under the provisions the or- Distributor! Serving Florida Since 1901 BLOatS
4' chef U C8UC Bible and g1is Calif., to visit their brother Fred : fort." and fire and casualty Insurance. dinance the City can. if the own II I GLASS
Schowlhammer. j er refuses enter the property and ;5 W. Pine St. Tel. 5141 I j P
:;it-- ok ftorc. and Bass have I The survey is a part of the Gordon's experience is extensive clean it up charging the cost, to
Mr. Mrs. Shelby
chamber's program for 1948 andIs dealing in real estate from
DON MOTT. Jacksonville to reside. 1 I the owner. City officials however -
moved to
: designed to determine the 1934 to 1942; during this period are of the opinion that the .
t Registration and parents' con- ,housing situation and other information he also formed the Yellow Cab Co. I ordinance is very difficult to enforce ROOFING "
ferences will be held in the school -
needed for the better- It was under Gordon's direction
because of the likelihoodof
and 4 at 8:30 to 11:30 :
Sept. 3 amBuses ment of the city he said. that Florida Airways incor-
I was t destroying some valuable shrubs
will deliver rural children
AssociatesHarry soon after 11:30, Sept. 4. Chil- porated in. 1943. I or flowers desired by the owners. WE HAVE IT !!!
dren will be assigned to classes ) ter and family and Mrs. Harold Beck has been manager of the'' Since the announcement of the
Sept. 5, get books and adjust problems I Meloon and family.Mr. Central Title and Trust Co., of sale of the old College Arms site
Wimberly from 8:30'to 11:30. On Sept. and Mrs. C. L. Durrance Orlando for 16 years.MARRIAGE. on E. New York Ave. to Ben Fishas Car Load of BARBER GENASCO
8, schools will for regular have received announcement of a I a location for a hospital upon
open I SHINGLES ROLL ROOFING FELT
Marvin Powell I final disposition of the Bert Fish ,
a. 'w u o luele..wi.* classes. I grandson, Robert Horton. born II I UP
Claim SnriMPKM The Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Blair Aug. 19 to their son,Maj. and Mrs. NEW YORK [UP The mar- estate plans for widening Ala- First Quality Material
John Wright and Rebecca returned Friday from Virgil Durrance of Selfndge riage rate among graduates of I bama Ave. to a dual lane road
their vacation in New York and :Mich. j Barnard College has risen 55 percent i have been held in abeyance. It is
Canada. The Rev. Blah will pre- Mrs. J. R. Cnttenden has returned in 46 years the Alumnae : anticipated no action will log BRYANT LUMBER CO.
i IIIS side at the morning service in the I' from Michigan and Ten- Register reported. The report necessary for sometime to come.
Methodist Church today. Mrs. nessee. showed that since \1900 the rate I 1220 Spur St. Ph. 210MitMAKIlOSNWRSJlEFJE
I Blair's grandfather. Homer Tall- The meeting of the SOS Club I has increased from nine to 64 per MOST TRAVELEL PILOT
cott of Brainardsville. N. Y, returned set for Monday, has been post cent. Since 1935 it has increased NEW YORK [UP] When Cap-
here with the Blairs. poned. 113 per cent. I tain Donald Anderson. 36yearold -
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NN MBH INSURANCE AGENCY The Men's Club Supper is scheduled I II pilot for the British Overseas I
at 6:30 the Airways Corporation flew from I
Thursday pm. in I
"A Policy for Hazard"HI I, parish house. LaGuardia Field to London for I Is l
Every
I 1i' his'OOth crossing of the Atlantic I
Chaplain Tom Gilhnham and
I Ocean he became I
a member of an
wife have gone to Philadelphia for
.. tort 81. Hotel Orange Bldg. their vacation. exclusive but unofficial club. The
airline said only two other pilots j Isl-.2nd-.3rc!
Patty Jones has spent the past
I t1
have flown the Atlantic
an equal !
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week here, guest of Mrs.Fred Car- MORTGAGES
'. ": number of times. They'are Cap- ,
: tains Lionel Messenger and W. L.
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_t Stewart also of the British Over- AutoFurnitureor
seas. Both
NOT NECESSARY: TO'
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. .. .. paint dryer. I 0 No Balance Too
Cash EnD If Yea
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HSV4 IKHA IT.D'NElULEft. 19 Model up to eon
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estimates main structure without porch or garage but with

AirolflintlsALUMINUM full basement comprises 20,000 cubic feet, a figure that may
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I Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew "
Marketings Cut

I ,1 Pa 20 ghg gunfcnj 6r ntutr -&tur Orlando, Florida, August 31, 71 I" !1..

,Britons Make Less competition for canned Florida citron rslfiF.. t .
is expected from the 1947 Cuban
pineapple
crop with decline
Texas in both fresh and processed marks a I
Orange &**, \lie V. S. 3
j Crop Reporting Service said yesterday. "'

TestsTexas _Marketings_ are now expected to total the NUivat .J
Shipping -;: million crates of 80 pounds,4 - ----- -

I ,. compared with
4,700,000 crates
s :.w. r ,corwwS Pineapple were expected
I exporters of Valencia: oranges fees
-- : last Total
were informed by the Bri- year. production now is Cuba during the lint bet of H4t

I ,f k'h: .;s+ . '...' . tish Government that shipment estimated at 5,300,000 crates with compared: with a httf..pp t1< .. mi w
< 'Q'
1 / ; an indicated
}
. 800,000 crates
.. ing
now 1946.
:YiSo > 2v, tests showed little prejudice Export duthrg file .... '"
expected to be marketed.The .
against unwrapped fruit. ond half of the year an traded ..
total pack of canned dl
pine-
to be only mm cue*.
However since the tests st
were
apple now is estimated
Z at 800,000 Most annexare .fJ'.
y # made on unwrapped fruit alone cases repartee '"
compared with 960,000 last
seeding:
rauttouaiy.
TTrnMij t
without any paired wrapped oranges rate
x year. The pack consists primarily to fffl definite ..... 'JWJ,
they were believed by Florida It-
of
crushed pineapple in natural I cumulated stocks, be4k ....
observers to be inconclusive.
:
juice packing in No. 10 cans.Only I and awtittaff
Preliminary research in this State I 430,000 cases: of canned down to eYpteegd. -
; 100.MO*....
: i: has favored unwrapped citrus.
"All opinions were alike in
saying that the 'color added'
process is beneficial from the
point of view of appearance and
it is agreed that 'flavor sealed err
z:wr aM process is a farther desirable /I
d improvement," the Britons said.
"The opinion in regard to lack tun rein

?.Waa,:;;l-d. o. ..:! 4: ... ,,,,. ., .. ,. . .,. . of the wrappers fruit had agreed not suffered generally unduly that FINANCING .
"N.i: :: :x:< " '" ': ;;" w J I .
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.- .. T -,? A, "," '. ..'m'>..;ow,.. ' ..... oro.=<:=";,,,,:::;:,.,,;','d'.... :if I by being unwrapped, but that most I the

;: MOST OF THE 270 CENTRAL FLORIDA CITRUS 1 successful in its 14-year history. Agencies cooperating Citrus Commission, State Marketing Bureau, Farm of mechanical the waste could damage be caused attributedto by

I GROWERS who attended the 14th annual Citrus in the institute were the Florida Agricultural Bureau, Citrus Production Credit Assn., U. S. Department pressure from edges of box boards

Growers' Institute.. at Camp ,McQuarrie are shown of Agriculture I Farm CreditExperiment which would have been avoided PROGRESSIVE GROWER

I above. This year's institute was called the most Station, Department of Agriculture, Administration.and had cuts' fruit used."been wrapped 'or "no

While Ministry brokers were of Tk< future of citrus growing belogt to t.... *W pip. .


Better Egg Quality Sought Winning Battle Reported. of prejudiced wholesalers the opinion by in fruit being Britain had unwrapped not believed been Higher for it-NOW cost ,of production, change fa MrteMand method ; f

F I fruit should be wrapped.It consumer demand, requlrttlHt.. ....If pset..a !

was believed fruit broke down I lower your production costs. If ywr plow. fcefcd Me -
Less Competition Reported In Cattle Disease WarWASHINGTON more quickly after arrival due to buildings, machinery irrigation equipment If ........, r r
; lack of. wrapping. I remember Cooperative Credit gives yw IItIld kt ewes fiffc,
,I I I LAND BANK LOANS are geared t. tfct acted ...is II 1

Tht United States Department dealers In a nationwide move NEA1 The eased, the farmer's whole herd is against the disease, is now in I World Citrus agriculture and the interest rote a .." 4%. 1 ',"-

ef Acrkulturt has asked the co- to conserve egg Quality. combined U. S.-Mexican forces appraised, the animals slaught- 1 Congress. Some estimates even Come (In-let's Talk It Om. :;
One of the major objectives of fighting the dread foot-and- ered and buried in quicklime, the ,
eprrtUca of producers handlers the plan ls. to make available to mouth disease, which has been area disinfected and the farmer go the as total high cost as to$250 the million American for Tops 342 7 CHURCH & MAIN 8LDG.
consumers a maximum proportionof ravaging herds in Southern Mexico paid off, all in one day.
TW n **t To B* Had quality eggs out of the produc- since the first of the year, at i f some of the teams are operating taxpayer for completing erasingthe I'I I P. o. BOX 1567 mesc m
MTI PAINTING tion and supplies anticipated for last are fighting a winning battle. : on the one-day basis now, Simms disease In Mexico. Million BoxesI
the last five months of 1947. That's the latest report from ;! says. But sometimes there are de- Dr. Simms estimates that 80,000 ORLANDO, FLA.
*tf tfcal laity CAR L00f U. S. consumers used record Dr. B. T. Simms, Chief of the Bureau -l|lays up to Uo weeks after a farmer cattle have been slaughtered thus World of citrus
: SAM JONES quantities of eggs during the of Animal Industry, and director 1 makes his first report. Communications far. He says nobody could tell production H. D. ntCEMAX. IECT-TKK! f
fruits during 1946-47 in major
rtvr AND BODY SHOP war. and for the postwar period of America's part of the effort are bad. how many will eventually have to
S-W. CM, Otrtaa. aM Je0er e. so far consumption has remained to combat the disease. He Ditches In which: to bury the be killed or how long it will take. producing countries is estimatedat
..... MI leveL The U.s. Government is being 342 million boxes or three per
ed above the
pre-war Just returned from Mexico. cattle are dug seven feet deep with
With the prospect for somewhat large shovels. The cattleare urged to set up a laboratory some- cent greater than the 1945-46
Up to 17,000 infected head of power
the U. S. of Ag- -
Department
in the fall where off the American continent crop
smaller supplies of eggs cattle pigs sheep and goats a driven into the ditch shot and : 1
.
RETAIL MERCHANTS and winter months, consumer demand week are being slaughtered.And covered with quicklime to help where the disease can be studied riculture said yesterday.This to AN
:
showed increase of 27
for eggs may not be fully 60 days have passed with- 1 I I kill the germs. Bulldozers then and a cure for it sought.The virus an
Wt tavlt you to is so Infectious no laboratory ex- :"per cent over the pre-war average -
reasonable i
satisfied at prices unless out having to extend the push the dirt back over the car-
vteH oar new steps are taken toward qual- antine boundaries beyond a quar-55- I I casses.I periments on it have been per-+i i of 269 million boxes. ,
DISPLAY ROOM mitted anywhere on the North !i in I II
ity preservation. The United States leads
000 square-mile area. This is No animals are allowed back
se..+SMfc Star Case Co. Consumer interest in eggs cen- the first news of the disease being I In pastures which the diseased ,. American continent. I j jII I I citrus fruit production with 47 AT
ters inevitably on quality. Deterioration The Germans developed a ser per cent of the oranges and tangerines
contained within
a specificarea animals used for months after-
rwaw MWIor
m w. cwtni II
in eggs, as in many other for that lonSimm's ,-. I wards. I.I.I um which Dr. Simms says is fairly I 95 per cent of the
perishable foods, starts Immediately \ successful in curing the disease. grapefruit and 52 per cent of the
ISimms small trucksI
report is the first really reports that
after they have been pro- But he adds if the US. were to lemons.
encouraging news U. S. cattlemen I loaded with Mexican coins accompany : -
Afealsi.m Plastic duced. : try to use the serum in Mexico: j I The North American orange !
have had since the outbreak. The the slaughter teams so farmers -
It is possible through proper : for to stamp out the disease, it would crop of 129 million boxes: accountsfor
virus has never been reported can be paid their cattle
WALL THE handling throughout the marketing take centuries. Slaughtering is I 52 per cent of the total, South FlMi
closer than 300 miles below the immediately. Payment ranges
system to retard quality the only sure way to get rid of it, America follows with 48 million
Mt CtKt c............ Baa.- deterioration, and so make border. from $50 to $85 a head. Hogs he declares. or 20 per cent Europe with nearly

.. ....M. M tow M Wii available for consumers a far But as long as the disease even : bring to $10 approximately is paid for sheep$40.and From goats.$5 The disease has little effect on 27 million or 11 per cent. Asia 25 _
1 greater number of high qualityeggs exists on the North American con- !i Mexico and the U. S. each have humans. In cattle it shows up j million or 10 per cent Africa 17 cores y
SCHERFERTILECO.MM. is constant to II
tinent it menace
a
than would be available I in blistered. hoofs and sore j million or seven per cent and
close to nine million dollars
the U. S. food supply and the nation's spent
Gnat ..... Milt otherwise. I Ii tongues and months causing Oceania with two million or less
i billion livestock indus- in the struggle to date, including
USDA poultry experts point out $12 payments to farmers. About 150 I death by starvation because it j I than one per cent.
that quality conservation must begin try.The i'Americans are working on the keeps them from walking and The grapefruit crop is about 2
4 CtMtrtt Bride or Block at the farm. Facilities and goal of the U. S.-Mexican eating. per cent less than 1945-46 production -
disease is eradication program in the area I.
commission fighting the I
management to obtain eggs with is well established that but is 86 per cent above the
FROM to set up 24-hour striking force now with an estimated 11,000 It pretty
clean shells and frequent collection Mexicans. mostly troops.A : the current outbreak was caused !II l 1935-39 average. North American
.
.
I r.ee&stf.ss t Chimney T9EatHM teams all over the area. When a production of 63 million boxes is
of eggs from the nests are the bill for another $65 million by the importation of cattle from :
farmer reports an animal suspected {
1 AU1IIKI CI.. INC. most important Initial steps the of being infected a team makes which is what the experts think I:, Brazil, where the disease has exI 3 per cent below that of the previous -

$.ewr t etrsaws sad DIIiWerI producer can take in protectingthe the diagnosis. If the animal dis- I it will cost to continue the fight I listed for a long time. I The season.estimated 28Yz million box 10 Miller Semi-Trailers, air brakes, doable !
TeL 1.1StI original quality of the eggs I
L_ r 1946-47 lemon crop is 5 per cent
:::- = ___ ____ I produced uy his iayiag flock.CoithSays . Cuban greater than the 27 1-5 million floors, 25,000 lb. axle, 25 foot bed. SWe
Agricultural College To Start VegetableFruti boxes produced in 194546. The

t U.s. crop of 14 7-10 million boxes bodies bows and tarpaulin. Commercial w
Vegetable ,
is slightly larger than last season.

Al : August 31, 1947 Expanded Courses in FallTerm Decrease to U. S. Americans are said to purchase Farm Equipment. Tires 11.00x20.

[Seeded to The Sunday Sentirel-Starl) $30 million worth of fraudulent
M }.. .*t .>.>..| to k..t e M tit '.uoti this Winter preporoH GAINESVILLE-Greatly expanded courses in Florida Both Cuban fruit and vegetable stocks each week.ENLARGED .
*. /fc*.M be Mfc .... It" U be hoped that you have o pile of fruit and vegetable processing are planned in the University exports to the United States are Y
!...e41.fptfcnMr. pertly null) tNt co. be worked into the soil If with the below those of last season, the Office -
.et, .*... CH.ft .4 twit a pretty food substitute. This material of Florida College of Agriculture beginning Relations FACILITIESTo
itxtf !. lt.4 ewe" the Mrftxt eel spaded in. Some sort of manure 1947 Fall session, reported Dean H. Harold Hume. of Foreign Agricultural Serve Ton Better

""*t4 .. ." ... torn h very ....b.... About 10 days before plant- NPW processing laboratories now under construction, reported. la W Our Alexander New Location Place 2 Freuhauf Trailers and Semi-TfflJkfi.

lilt |4 .pffettoa t4 cwMttrcwl fertilizer should be raked into the soil authorized by the 1945 .egtsiature" Shipment of early grapefruit ORLANDOTRANSFER I Ir

Ie .......l g ft* met pees much the same procedure is followed. will make possible the expansion.Dr. try's authorities on food to the U.S. is expected to begin & STORAGE CO. Either type+ tires size 9.00x20.

....*me li tie* mere imperfect" "w...,. end th mixture should go Hume said.A ing who joined the College proess-'I this week, and continue through TEL. 7511iniUftmtnt I It
seen dope solid miens that. e trench should be dug 1 a inches to laboratory for research in riculture faculty recently September. The crop on the Isle
t feet er ewe deep end the semi width end this mixture of leaves freezing, dehydrating and canning in charge of the of Pines is reported good with *
*.*. ....*... ..**. '"f the. erigwel soil .....re end e liberal quantity vegetables. is being erected struction. His book on frozen I between 70- LOWEI -if Its seuebt I
shipments expected ..
.. timennnt fortfeef weld. be stmd together into the trench. The on the Experiment Station food lockers, recently printed, sold COST Time We
tee** ev, tiet Hit .is dee the better.W grounds In Gainesville, and facilities out the first edition in less than 000 and 100,000 boxes. LOANS rinanaIt t
for teaching processingof two months. I Cuba exported 47 7-10 million -I Contact Guy Rolph at Bainbridge Fr te
lore ___del! fertiurs .. weD and
es sheep manure gardea both fruits and vegetableswill pounds of fresh fruit to the United
.... be installed in an additionto "Needless to say, the facilities States during the first six monthsof ..... & Bo:: Co. Bainbridge, Georgia. Phetw 541.CRESCENT .
for instruction will be thoroughly I ,
with almost
it. this year as compared Dtpt. 4th Floor G I
A fruit processing laboratory equipped, Dean Hume declared. 88 million during the com
ORLANDO NURSERIES I is under construction at the Citrus "The new instruction will enable parable period in 1946. *... I FIRST NATIONAL BANK J
Experiment Station. Lake Alfred. graduates who plan to teach agri- Exports of Cuban fresh vegeta- Uoalxr rtfenl Dtpotlt latmoet Ces: stir
Ml N. Orange Are. culture in high school: to go to
Both laboratories will be ready for bles to the U.S. were 36 million
Phone 7817LAJfttSCAHKO operation this fall. their work equipped with knowl- pounds for the November-June 1
said the first edge of the processes necessary for
Dean Hume period which is nine per cent below -
CAXKTAKINO LAWN SWEEPERS will be offered their Instructional work. Also .
course in processing the previous season. 1 1S 1i
LAW MOWERS rERTIUZKKS INSECTICIDES during the academic year it win afford the preliminary
OtSAXCMTAL WITS. 1947-4S. training for young men who desireto Fish can be kept fresh for three
Dr. O. J. Stout one of the coun- enter the commercial processing months by means of a process of
which has become
r field so
brine freezing perfected in Eng-
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Important in Florida. I i i

i The dean said also that facilities ,
at the Citrus Experiment land.SALLAS
Station will be made available to & SALLAS WOOD-WORKING EQUIPMENT
graduate students and othersInterested !
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in securing advanced PLUMBING CONTRACTORSand

r Says instruction in the field of citrus I REPAIR WORK
culture and processing."All .
531 W. Central Ave. Ph. 8017
of this is a part of the gen-
1 eral program for rounding out I 5. f. Sallas J. K. Sallas! 0
I l's instruction in both vegetable'and I
rs fruit work," Dr. Hume said. i

1 I "Up to now the College of Agriculture I I QUALITY PAINTAT \
has not had the facilities
for these lines of In !
Important -
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struction. Warehouse PricesSwearingen
"Recently, an curricula ofthe
College have been carefully T. J,
i studied and necessary changes I 1590 Atlanta ATS. Pkoae 111
\ .Gonpact-Portable- have been made so that the instruction -
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laexpcanrc. given In soils, entomo-
Indexed information logy, plant pathology, general hor-
on the bottom of erery ticulture, citrus culture vegetable PANGOLA GRASS Thickness Planer

t card ble through in the bookfla oia I culture and all phases of well- PLANTS FOR SALE Band Saw Joiner
tip exposure on storey rounded training in horticultureand
'i I kraft pockets. agriculture are included." II per bee. if yon die; 12 per bo. Will plane stock 1.8"n W
Records in front I Lo.b. Orlando If we dig. Special In S" IT' &
or The dean declared that when wood
,i back of pockets instantly prices for larger quantities. We esti- to 8" thick and up to 20", 32" & 36" .
accessible for reference the proposed new agricultural mate 7-8 ilL necessary per acre. sizes Dw" ...,
or post Dl-Bound in tan building is erected, the College of 24" wide.. Equipped cutting, Band Saws.
.c willa
imitation leather-lies Agriculture will be placed in a driven oofR"fe4e i
t luwbmopea-willnot position to serve the needs of the W. K PRICE with power feed, 20'to Direct motor mount .
mat the finest desk. widely diversified horticulture and drive. motor aMI fii.r1..
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Citrus Future Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

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Orlando, Florida, August 31, 1947 Slj: gintfou frfnlhul-gfcir rage tl l I

<;"*ef i tK* in the future" of the Florida citrus in- COMING EVENTS I

4tf tnt **. t pf rtsfd by a South American grower, Mackie Sept. 1-6-Annual Poultry Institute Camp McQuarrie.Sept. f Growers Will i// Vote

'Ktr*<* ft***' visit* to the State, in an interview in'the Citrus 18-Florida Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors Florida Potato Season

$*** '4 *SMi Africa Ocala. 1 On Accepting QuotaOn

n*** irf+cale tree plantings, Niven declared that Sept. 15-26 Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo Webster.Oct. .

.. 1lotfdattra 22-24-Fat Hog Show and Sale, Ocala. '48 Peanut Crop
".w .;...w t wrvne Tells
t Oct. 2G-Sale. Florida Guernsey Cattle Club. Largo. Review Handicaps
4M..8 IW L. 'N about 110 I or-. Oct. 28-30 Annual meeting Florida State Horticultural Society. [SpeCIol to T f Svxjv W; ,....t-('01
tM MBma b*..* pet annum i GAINESVILLE The natiaaal

t ..... ..... ,I -Whereas the factories took St. Petersburg.Nov. The 1947 Florida potato season was one of adversity, peanut acreage for harvest to 144
I about IS per cent of the oranges 20-Annual Florida Jersey Cattle, Club Sale, Orlando. would be reduced almost one-third
!
.a ..-na&h. ..&ilut.aI i lID 1940. they now take about 40 with low temperatures and heavy rains ,sharply reducing -from 3243.000 to 2,3244ft acresif
.. .... a kallsallag0 I and for harvest in all sections from'seasons.
I per cent and the figure probably I t both acreage yields growers approve a mark tBC
..... awe a.._; SMT* '!'will with the U/l1 ..
Inmate Bureau
years of Lake Fruit : previous a Florida State Marketing re quota of 760.000 tons recently pr--
_.... It sr to tk* raw ifest Niven sajd Quality clamed by the U. $ Dept of Agri
_.. ... ....1 iw |**M alai The IJ'Onralso is realizing view. showed yesterday."The _ ____ t culture.
... ...a Mea M' beers" 1947 season lor the earlY
4 that the modem canners are very R. S. Dennis acting Mate dtrw-
... ire ...... IM ...,.. much concerned with quality and rS Spring potato crop in the Hast- Cane: and PasturesWAUCHULAHardee t tor of the Production and Mriti-

.... o14i1.V that U la useless to try to sell culls Given Highest Praise ings, area, which includes the County ing Administration say gi...m

.f WN N..t IH0eaig to factories x counties of Volusia, St. Johns ': will rote in a referendum bowMa'
..... # havers 't "They atlll speak of fruit quality !I Clay. Flagler and Putnam had c attlemen have planted more than now and December 15 u to........

tl..si t"e..16 mw1 .... aD and fruit appearance but it Is in LEESBURG-Lake County stands third among the many difficulties to encounter j 6 0 acres of cane for Winter feed'' er they favor marketing qMiUl
g- .. relation not only to fresh fruit. I counties of Florida in the production of citrus fruits, whileit especially.during the growing period uring the past few weejcs and are and acreage allotments. far tfc
...... satires fu mat but from the raw material angle. stands second in citrus area having a larger of ," said local representative, now] expanding their pastures of I next three years. Price niyput tar

.. agr We ...soM W1I4..ia$ on4i Th tbllor declared that the ,. acreage Leroy W. Gay.Following angola and coastal Bermuda the 1948 crop Is conttofc .e approval
.... begs .....n alaaearakes t otL I.a .( the American housewife young trees than any other county in the State :with its 20- February grass. according to County Agent of marketing quotas bf &%*.
the killing
.. .. .t all 1ft. h In favor .f the juices for I 000 acres_planted .in the last_four years This means thateventually freezes, many rains in April rang E.: H. Vance. thirds of the voters.
E. -.rr IM aenth3eesda IB* tftmand. despite the falling Lake win become second l----
......'. "" fttnI1 .ff In Government orders b in citrus production. ing from around 6'to Elkton 12 inches and especially Bun-

.IS r 1 MOrt id MOrt mating."M I'I Lake County fruit has, taken I i Seen nell ,caused rotting in the ground.
.. seven successive blue ribbons for Disunity
"M n, .( Investment""la The 1917 acreage for the
j' Africa citrus farming Is a its citrus exhibits in the great agricultural Hastings area was 11,400 acres PUBLIC AUCTION

CM3MCWATEK Fray, of living;' in Florida it Is'I fairs of Florida proving with an indicated yield of 11*

Ifta1n11means of Investment'."i ihe excellent quality of Lake County bushels per' acre, as comparedwith

Kiven added citrus. As Citrus Woe"Lack the 1946 acreage of 12,400
"It b rare to find a grower who I!i The hills and 1,400 clear fresh acres with an average yield of I TRACTORS- TRUCKS-FARMING, FRUIT

SYSTEMCOMitETE I >Jives on his property. Many of water lakes in this county, and a j 190 bushels per acre

them lire far-a-field. their main ,, clay sub-soil underlying a rich of co-ordinated market- I Estimates of the early Spring GROWERS &TRUCK FARMER'S EQUIPMENTThe

Interest bring In the profits to be sandy loam. are recognized advantages ing' facilities, the short shipping crop in South Florida showed only I
derived. This b one reason why which, combine to make the
and
season poor appearanceand 14.000 acres this year as comparedwith
co-opera' has not developed the Lake County a natural citrus'empire. keeping quality of the fruit" 21,700 last Spring. j i undersigned will, sell at Public Auction wU&ftut

grip that It has elsewhere. These elements essential to handicap competition by Florida in Heavy rains followed by high'temperatures reservation the following described equipment 54}. to
development successful citrus culture are nature I
I "But the most interesting the opinion of J. C.Johnston Call- 'I
I the Lake Okee-
has been the extension' 's gifts to this favored 1l and I fornia horticulturist, in an article I NOT THAT COOL! Little Valerie chobee section in last Fall caused be held on their premises at Bell Glad, Florida on
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Central Florida.
lake of
ef the operations of the co-opera- region published In the West Coast trade I
The hills of Lake County, where : Savukas is moved to tears widespread blight and rotting.
U*. aM commercial packhouses j publication "Citrus Leaves. |, Heavy rains also slowed plantingand I MONDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1947
the elevation In places is ,
Into the field of management. I some 'j I I Johnston declared that this offsets I when she hears Evelyn Peterson I damaged sprouting crops in
more than 335 feet above sea level. 1, I I
"Subsidiary organizations with the fact that production costsin .
.
I life guard at Coney Island, Fort Myers and Dade County acre
The hundredsof I AT 10 A.M.
this object have been started. Asa 1''i afford air drainage. Florida are about half as highas SALE TO START
result large blocks of groves ': lakes provide a fresh water : in California and the nearnessof N. Y., pool, won't let her cool I ages.Young I

tartly belonging to one owner. blanket against occasional frost-i Florida to large Northern mar off in her own uninhibited way., acreage in South Floridawas ,
tot usually to many small growers laden winds. This natural protection I I kets. injured up to 40 per cent by I TRACTORSCaterpillar
is of the most import- !l the February freezes with result-
are now under "company" management : one I "California produces fruit of
i'j ant factors in the successful production j j I high dessert quality which keeps CULLING DAIRY HERDS 1 ing light Spring harvests. Total Model D4 Serial 1T379W' : Caterpillar MMU63MSP 1IiI-hIIIeI
j" CLEARWATER-Pinellas dairy rail shipments out of Florida for ; John Deere Model Aerial f 32M; tired *" a 9S:
The men In charge are usually of citrus fruits. I II I and looks well on the market and culling their herds fertilizing 3 Tractor 21 with Belt Pulley-ZF721' W. Caterpillar Tractor ...... __
'I men are through May
It the ei-fJW-service type. many Citrus groves in Lake County ::is available 12 months out of the the 1947 season Serial No. 6J306SP, John Deere Model A Tractor-Serial lie 43SS44; M
with university degrees, and all range in size from five-acre tracts i year." Johnston declared. \" pastures, and establishingmore were 1,748 cars as compared with Tractor-5enal 9NI57837: Ford Tr.ctor-Tires 10. a 15' >M9N131373 .
STOCKALLSIZES to developments of several thousand ; permanent pastures to pre- 7,400 cars for the same period of : international Trac.Tr.ctor: Model TD9. Serial He, -rDC8II.-
"Our State has good ,
practical experience. co-oper- .
possessing pare for future market conditions the 1936 season. 7CM; Bolen' Huski Garden Tractor-Modea'BR6. Type 3tf021-flwe It..
Oa tke whole, they seem to acres. live marketing organizations 6R aeko
her-Serial 1l261.X; J Power Takeoff A Power Lift Attaelweab
lute keen markedly successfuL 1 The raising of oranges. with long experience in mer according to J. H. Logan county Plantings in the Ft. Mye'rs and Deere Tractors;

tars has. Introduced far mores 'i I fruit and tangerines offers grape-I I chandising. agent. There has been a surplus I Dade County sections were mostly
\ .*rluniuU a. reduced cultural : teresting opportunity for prosperity These advantages are offset I of milk in the county recently j I II Bliss Triumphs with a few Pontiacs i

...r.t.... and Its rusts, stand- I to the small grove owners as by high production costs and widespread i j in both sections and a few I TRUCKS & HAULING EQUIPMENT

rite4 spraying tuttle or no ,',well as to the man of considerable root decay which prevents I yields in the better sections of round whites in Dade. The Spring '
mi Ford Semf.tral1er-Tractm' En, No. WT37223J! ; 1M2 Ford Hate *Ywklix
,..a.t". b 'ene and gener- holdings and to the large. develop full utilization of the native fertility I Florida are well above those of deal in the Lake Okeechobee sec j Ton-Engine No. 39T.508205. 1942 Stake Truck-1> Tt* FsrC' '
air U r.ve4 and timed all op- ment companies. of the soil. 1, Ca:ornia. tion was practically all Sebagosand No. 99T.54706. 1941 Chevrolet Truck: -1'= Ton. Serial No. ITSM-tlB*. 11
,."s -.MIYPMKS ".,..... Technically trained. Practically ,all of the cultivation The Californian visited Central !i i 1 "With improved facilities for ir i Katahdins with a few Bliss Chevrolet Truck-14 Ton. Serial No. SY803-N27. Dodge CWeapna C.mf l
of is done by machinery. f Triumphs. j jI -1M2 )Model 'i Ton Pickup-Serial No. I151M04. XntersattoMl Pwte. *
I tittf Kavo kea quick to Intro- groves Florida last Fall spending some rigation I Ij and better drainage and I I truck. Engine No. HD11'4100a: >t Ton U4S Ford Pickup. He4 r Ma
d.. SMTV Ideas. Labor is employed and marketing -I time in Orlando at the U. S'i with young groves coming to maturity 964811; 2 Athey Track Wagons Serial No. 1S43.and ISM: J J.Jw $ *
Tiortda' has many advantages facilities have been simplified Bureau of Plant Industry. .I yield and total productionare Vegetables Shipped Steel Wheel Auto-steering Type Heavy Service Wagons: lrtirii>a ili
= r rer Its competitors. Land b rela- improved and expanded. However he conceded that bound to increase rapidly unless I I Steel Wheel Auto-steering Type Heavy Service Wagon, Loealkr-biatl. T *
I I LAKE BUTLER-Eighteen re- Type Warm: Low down. Flat Bed Type Heavy Service TWO Wfc *t Tr4 r.
ttrtly cheap production costs are I I!These conditions make the industry "There is no way for Californiato the industry'exPeriences some Rubber Tired: Ford. Ml'JdelA" Field Truck Engine No. ASH*; 1ttI
of
vegetables were
hew, operations generally have Inviting to non-residents who compete in the products mar- unfortunate set-back. j'i' frigerator cars Fruehauf Trailer: 1930 Ford Coupe A3130041.)
.... rM\Xt'CS to a minimum! and I are able to invest in a grove, receive ket. "A 50 percent increase above shipped from the Lake Butler Produce I
predurtkai high profitable returns and at the "Florida produces at much lower volume seems indicated." I Market during the past

Trow, hurricanes and occa- isame! time reap the advantage of cost and proper blending they can Tough competition was fore- month according to Union County I II TILLAGE EQUIPMENTTwo

twtal. draught., cause disasirva increased basic value of a grove I put out products of high quality seen for' California with "some I i Agent J. T. Holloway. The market I

- lots from time to time but whose operations may be placed in at costs we can not equal.'We can I painful readjustments" resulting I I shed was constructed& Florida by the Railroadand Georgia Disc Disc 10-foot Extra International Heavy Disc Tandem Float Tractor-30" Disci.Dice,S-foot 7 foot Tandem Oliver litflnm Ttactar
Southern
thi fast inmates of recent years the hands of a care-taker or grove use products to take offgradefruit i from increased Florida production.!I Disc; Id foot Oliver Tandem Disc S-foot Oliver Disc; Bu h sad Bog EM*.'
.p.W C'G ofldcnc In the future. service company. but not to create a profit- i "It can reasonably be expected recently opened to.serve farmers 1 Ford Tractor Mounted Cultivators: 2 John Deere Field GlSBvatar; OM
Y CI. Hundreds of Lake County's able market. to lower the value of groves and i of this section. I Plow 2 Mole Board plows; 5 Hand Cultivators, i Hand Sub-aotfen. Haut
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: Drag Harrow Four Section Steel Harrow 2 John Deer 4 Sec liver
oe
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Tb mage des of a shark's choicest groves are owned by non I Johnston predicted "that fruit I decrease the returns per box of type Harrows Special Muckland Land Rollers a ft. wMth wflh levefkt

...... ... 999 ts two and one-half by twos residents most of whom visit the for processing may soon be pur- fruit but if growers maintain good or floating attachment Special Muckland Float or Levettnf rr.*.- _
4 lh/ Inches.AMI '! the basis for solids. It ; : : : lefer Mole Drain Machine-Serial No. 3205; Custom Bunk M t> .1tII
........ *- uarter county at least once a year to investigate chased on I yields and Insist on the main l S.M Y 'FJ r
-- - and enjoy their property. is also possible that the standardof tenance of a high standard of I David Machine: 2 Ford Mower Tractor Mounted Board.PLANTING Loin Timed Weeders. Deval Calmer
Bradley Levetaj
While here they take advantage of
bass fishing and other' forms of by the demands of the products expect; continued prosperity in the _

A e..". .. u.. 01 t . recreation for which Lake County I'Industry_ Industry. II EQUIPMENT

is known. He commented that average Wood Rural Mail II
I BoxesPreservative J four-row John Deere Beet and Bean Drill Ford Tractor M0BRte4' Mal.
WE ARE I row. Planet Jr. Vegetable Crops Planter; 2 Holland TraapUntn' Sold
.w FARM AUTHORIZED_ DISTRIBUTORS FORa.a %.ZSy op propelled equipped with Fairbanks Model Z; Enpnef: 2 hp. Tra aplafi.rs
Maitland Grower Asks IndustryTo fttpainAcctytone! Waltfiatu Uuipnwot act. City Mad are equipped with both celery and, cabbage attachment: Jttot INn
e and "Electric Arc Wtldlnfl y Boxes windbreak Planter; I Hand Cole Bean Planter; John Deer rniBinDiftributor
Supplie 95c Gallon 4 row John Deere 2-row potato planter. 2 Joha Deer PoUte
e Welding. Cutting 054.5 and Carbfd JSc opCarpenter's Planters. Model No. 12;

Ii IIKI6ATIONEQUIPMENT Urge Inquiry on FertilizersD. WELDING NATIONAL SCPPUES GASES A:

119 BrookklTU Dr. 1''. MC3S Hammers 1.35 up IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT
11 N. M. Pherom of the Maitland Citrus Service Co.,
Hand Saws '.00
an 'old-timer" who recalled the days when "we shipped up v.. Ford Motor. Serial Vo. SND29644SDirctConn' led to I Mk
k Rip Saws 4.75 Suction Berkely Pump Model 4CR Serial 434526. Pump eqvippwl vfHt 9/
fruit in flour barrels" the industry to
yesterday urged
{ Best Trailer Shop ft. of 5 inch auction hose and strainer 1400 ft 701 seventy leaflM. C...
1 bring Congressional pressure to bear on making available noised Sheer-Rane light weight quick coupling pipe. 4' d a.. each .*..*fe
REPAIRING I equipped with 1'i ft riser [1" dia,). brass cutoff valve and vie "rII
adequate supplies of organic fertilizer. EXPERT *.. ....
E I : bird: rotating sprinkler; Wisconsin 2 hp aircooled motor-Serial ]
Integrally mounted on Couch ." turbine pump Wisconsin 2 kp. aircnoled -
marketing 2225 W. WashingtonDial
Discounting advice -
on I
motor--Serial 353018-Interrally mooned on Couch t" Twhaa
CMSUIIUTMS OF .. being given Florida dtrusmen canes two freezes and the Mediterranean 6894 Wisconsin Enfine-Serial No. 379C89, Buick Motor Serial No. .r'

Pherom held the results of syn- fruit fly. as well as the [On Winter Garden Head I
"""" Atttn&1tur&! IS p riD t 1 era, low price years and still somehow
....... flemir.Denver Centrifugal thetic fertilization and unfavor- have paid my bills" he added ia INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY! r d SPRAYERS AND DUSTERSDodge

IU Wk fltaps, Continental Gaso- able weather conditions responsible assailing "hysterical" talk. Self Propelled Sprayer. S row. too potato booms Meveri' ---..
In1t.. tune rover Units. Diesel En- for the industry's troubles. Pherom,, rapped the "short .229 gaL tank extra large airplane tire J-Senal No. 16t.r96; Fled 1MM
: lidg4.. linn. light Plants ,Acccslrti lived prosperity" of glutting early 'A" Sprijer. self propelled 9 row boom. extra large ......* .. ...
Everyone seems to have what \k1r1 Friend Power takeoff.. rubber tired bean prayer S MMV boom fmmm
'Aft kftt.
markets with inferior fruit but T CAs.. \ Model C37S-Ser. VJTA19420. Field Force: Pump Co. 111I'S"", tM ff
I call the 'citrus jitters' which added that "people forget very r.oNam. tank. steel wheels no number: John Deere duster.* CaMage. bow fr
T.waArent Ford : Celery seed bed boom with 150 ft. 3/S MO tow.
rtn-4I.nA-nTmlOS I Is simply a hang-over from a soon and when our fruit becomes rpray; acnaan
I John Deere tractor mounted. 8 row crop duster. Dodge Sprayer-i ml
J few years of over-indulgence fit to eat they commence buying No. 8559508.
from the cup of prosperity he again provided of course the fruit A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION! i
tas I sga <,Uwa InUsss JWSUVKEESTIMATES I I
declared. arrives in good condition which
has not been the this HARVESTING EQUIPMENT
case
year. I
1 IHHIttl fG ". . People !in this conditionare I I
GIVENs cannot
"We must know we o ; 0 1o
not mentally able to offer any I 2 Champion 2 row. Power takeoff potato diggers with rigid tractor: mito/
constructive ideas. Personally I I grow good fruit and rood ship- Has roar noose been hot? It weald I Ings caster heels, rubber tired. Serials Nos. 291921 and M569M;
pinc-quahty fruit, with the fertilizer I be cool if tiftnlated with "BALSAM
i edo not expect to hear of until I
any that we hare today. WOOL W0 per month wo id
the jitters have subsided. cover entire cost. I OTHER EQUIPMENT
Through our congressmen we
Scoffing at proposals for cut ,
may be able to brine sufficient I I
ting down all Hamlin trees. Pher- DeVilbits Gas Engine powered air compressor Serial 96834: Priest .&jr
om conceded better grading and 'I pressure to bear and help the Wood & Sash Balances gun compressor and electric motor (small ilzel: Brtgii sad 9Ua.>aii |S*
fertilizer manufacturer considerably engine powered self pruning portable rotary pump. 2"' aoctMet hose wttaV
Metal Mould Sash
packing would help materially. ." ; I foot va>vc. Low dovtn. broadcast type fertilizer spreader tra tec *.*_
I i I John Deere); Little Giant trailer type fertilizer spreader: BrtMa a.*
"I have been in the citrus ings PrattCord! Sash I
this -
"Unless we can bring about. ; Stratton 3 hp air cooled motor. Serial 108918: Seed potato iliiylin ti--.
game longs enough to be calledan : I am afraid that ,,e are going to cally all patWeights ; 1 Drinking water kegs a one gallon thermos Jugs; 20 ft. bossy
'old timer' as my experience be faced with the same condition o I BREADY FIOIT.RtTCllIl ; log chain; 3 Army surplus gas cans with flexible spouts: Wheel >)-"-.
i terns Sash Locks I II 60 caL water barrel with faucet 300 gaL rubber tire drtnkuig water tratet.
dates back to the cow-penning j,of poorly-keeping fruit next year. Garden Tractor! > Hanging type ics scales ((200 Ibt. capacity): Dust mixed: t Hand teal<
of groves as a means of fertillxation j, The Maitland grower urged absolute I boxes: t Truck size canvas tarpaulins: 3 one qt. size band pump fire ntingmshers.
s the Georgia stock and a use of the standard nailed Work For Yov M leer XovndTTk I II 9 9r 9r ; 21* gal acid-toda type fire extinguisher Brute 4 <'r.twi
I Engine Ser. No. 230046; International D9 Power Unit and Pump In..r.
t1111 'Pll t'Tt' itl8 G 0 M CNURCH 5T single-mold plow as a method box, of the same dimensions as *BKZAOY haa41 M cur AM a tea year tional Harvester pump engine-Model P20. Power Unit PAJ4J Caterp) .'
"
of cultivation."I the California boxes for ship old boy tea pud w-ncbci wheeli Mr*M pump engine No. 5E5M7; Two 24* Pumps; 18" pump S Pyre* !*. ea
I a 4UM". Btf I* H.P motor plot exdanrefrom tmgwshert: 2 Track grease pumps 4 Hand grease fun: 1 Arm fat
have weathered two hurri- ments of fruit. bhdi-pulti the BIUADY iowa M eirth, I I can and spouts Truck jack Grate hatchet 3 Crate Hammers. fu tai
<- '-- "When a wire bound box Is g>*u SOS orfrtf pwwef aa4 tncooo.Sans fueL snips; 2 Wrecking baT Air compressor No. 182720: Post Dnll Inwnu
opened In Northern and Eastern I tional stool wheels-new. Bnggs A Stratton Engine Ser No ItSOIt: f
terminals find Rotary speed hoes; 11 Planet Jr Wheel hoes with attachment 21 H.m.
always will
you j hoe small size; 4 Hand hoe (extra heavy type: Five tf** fen.Is\ _>
there Is not only fruit cut on Gardeners' and Nurserymen's distributor for Seed Bed 4 One spout fertilizer distributors: 2 Car
GdM/1ho/ itetu the top layer, but the fruit is seed planters 8 Seed bed rakes 9 Pitchforks 2 Poet bolt dkHn 4
uirjouuG flattened out and misshapen, delight. Shovels* 4 Ditchbank knives: S lb. sledge hammer Swing:n( type fraw
cutter 3 spades: Axe 2 Potato rakes: 20 Cabbage and Celery knees S
making unattractive Pher Water bucket. Hand duster 2 Hand seeders speed hoe: S Wtal taw
om said. 2 Hand fertilizer distributors; J Hand hoes: 70 assorted cuHrvdtor eb..a.
MEDLOCK TRACTOR CO. and sweeps; 2 Alemite bucket and hose type grease inn: 4 Lear t\..
"We should back to the pln .
get hand grease guns: Lincold bucket and hose type grease nan: II'' packing of U. S. No. 1'& and U. S. I I wrenches: 20 Open end engineers wrenches assorted sized; 3 C.M rfc,..*,
I No. 2 grades and wrap our No. 1's 'I 539 W. Central An.I n asorted! sizes; 2 Lining up punches: 2 Screw driver, assorted it** t
pipe wrenches. (10' and tOOT; S qt tilting spnut ml can: 1 qt tlKirg tw
so that the would know j Phone 2-3460 II oil can Post type drill press; 2 Plows pump mien: Large Mark. .nii
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There are 125 potential Girl'! m tie Owl Mr*.*
Scouts who will not be able to' .... .... .
Are Explained form troops unless women are tntatacScoutota f.1 __
found who want to be '
scout leaders MM .fceune .rt
a..tuoa aDd adjustment of Mrs. C. J. Mundee, organiza WIll nui let .f
ntH tift reduced fare school tick- tion chairman of the Orlando Girl tat fefft' M vtlf.

0/ *U sae announced yesterday by Scout Council said yesterday > ea !* M UOMSwiH c.re a..a..
the Ort ndo Transit Co. The new These girls on the waiting list hoe ..... ...... _
rttn gal tocos: effective Sept 8. are not the only ones who are td .. ...... .., eta
7lM. .... .rk. .. Mh ol fare waiting for a leader. There are Tlumla
......* trW be 7 J rent per week. 16 troops out of the 4S OrUnd are tie 1l.s L wvalntsls
1M empaay said the revision troops which are already fanned thai .
.C ntot wu Inperative because but lack leaden for the com O. L..r 1t tt I "
el tems4. cost ef operation line school year. W TWt.ta.i ell I L r.
to iMkiUiiitnf. aafe and efficient For women who are interested retina titne5a M lie .
tf.iup-uU... in Girl Scout activities the Orlando :! :
Weekly! school pastes will be i Girl Scout Council Is of- -. ---
food on actual school days be- fering a training course designed Tb tint ****& w ..... [
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tea I.BU and ft pm.. and will ,,10 give prospective leaders pres .in th*_leth Oat+.
*edy be told to pupils attending ent leaders and troop committee :i :
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tchools Kneel by OTC :y y members of' Brownie Intermediate -
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and senior troops confidence FREE i II
The' sew rat schedule from out { in taking over their groups. PE
ef town points was announced as xss v sYF 4N k' ry a Troop leaders must be 21 yean
follows: or older but the age limit for as-
u SAS: e % a+I v 7! h s* Hine tl eOMtte
Oakland *2: Tfldenrffle. $1.73: sistant leaders is 18.
Winter OarrJen. $1.50; Ocoee: The first meeting of the coune
.1.2S: Olla Vista. $l: Sanlando. I will be held Sept. 15 at 7:30: pm 1wNw en
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Altaaontt $125; Maitland. $1; ..
Apopka. $110; Lockhart. $1.25; I f
OPENING 1
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lib Vlrtan Drenckhahn. wen l: j [Across the street fro* tM *.*.* e.snt|
known health educator and member .,'.
of the staff of the National L < .' '@:.:. j I SERVING TOP QUALITY FOOK t
Tuberculosis Asia, will speak at t
the luncheon meeting of the Central : 45 S ..f-f.;;. BREAKFAST LUNCH MNHi .

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Workers Sept :.. Walton Mcjor-; : _. ___ .
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Mis Drenckhahn will confer l -i \ 7J- "" arLet's
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officials of Rollins College and I To

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retard to the annual school press ;: ri

project co-sponsored by the National -

::1 Scholastic TB Alan Press. and Assn.the Columbia 9I \ .. .. ": 1 : ct1 $ .1, ;. LI MOVIeS I Ia It.
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Shoe manufacturing was introduced .. _ t"it .
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Into America In 1629 by ;pyws.v Y --- sr '
Thomas el.ll..ho brought hides ,'f'f
over on the Mayflower.WAM'S .
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: Located' uidwcj between Sanford .-I''! D- Ogee JIfJ1
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,, tat. Orlando on Hlirtiwiy<< 17-91 to NOSTALGIA HITS GALLICO WHO FINDS HOLLYWOOD WITH LOUELLA 0. PARSONS $ 9. NOW SHOWlMgtm
orEs tt'NDATSCLOSED ;
It j MONDAYS / r
STEAKS tad CHICKEN [" Mt .* rW sad/ a.e lie

cater DINNERSPIMM t.W.special P. .MWW parties Fishing in England Just Marry the Boss' Dauqhter .4. [l .,., tfomttf..osts... ii.,.f*wiPti ke tatfy b* *lee_. *I? '._

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By LOUElLA 0. PARSONSHOLLYWOODAs I said 'that's me,' and I've got to "My: first job came from Mae RKO's a ;
drama
Like the Tea explosive ef I can's
;::1 YOUNG TURKEYS Home-Except I sat facing I do that picture. I West in a stage play when' I was
courtroom fijlit for his lift!
"Now I have another The just a kid, but she didn't thinkI \
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Gentle Stranger, about a girl who was good enough to be paid.
GardensI By PAUL GALLICO when he dropped in to thank me I I .,
Turkey I answers a matrimonial ad and Someone told Cecil B. DeMille t.
I ../ KM *f IT-M at naina.......draKa.'a.w.rd DEVON, England-Fly fishing for salmon in the rush- for my complimentary review on finds the fellow is Indian. I can i about me and when I went to ROBERT[ YOUNG -
t 4 \ ing waters of Devonshire's famous River'Dart is a wonderful Black Gold, a thought flashed see Irene Dunne in the part of j see him, he said, 'It's your father
Men W.lcOlltaml: !; and restful sport. Your correspondent, who, and I through my mind Anthony I the girl." I I want to see, not you.' I told him
you
SUSAN
: 'HAYWARDJANE
Quinn did the same thing -Justin I was the actor in :Mae West'splay
4 might-just as well find out about it now, is something of a Dart did he married the boss' I must have looked my amazei i and finally persuaded him to ,
nut about fishing introduced to day of it recently I ment for he said. "Well a cat I ?
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was a
..- at I daughter. give me my chance, and that'show
and wishes to report that it is 00 1 I Justin who is the attractive and I II can look at" a queen can't he? I.i I started. Then I met Kath- CREER H

lust like a day of stream fishing brilliant head of the Recall Drug I II can hope I. erine and married her. She was
and thick trout rod into --
long
as a I Tell how along with -
me get
back home except for the British Co. said, when someone asked i you the boss daughter," he grinned.
my hand pointed to the pool and C. B.I asked. -
accent and the fact I what he attributed his j has been
Indisputable him to Tony always a good
said "There ought to be a salmon "Well, I don't think he
that the fish that don't catchIn "I married the boss' completely actor. him
you success, I've never seen give 5-
the Dart are much larger than lying just about there." Drop your daughter. which brought a laugh : approves of me" said I a bad performance, but becausehe Tfcey Wont
r 1 fly just over him. "On his I found
t 1 the fish you don't catch In the .I at the dinner table. Tony. birthday has always been in character
t ti Ili brooks of the Poconos or the Cat- By a miracle I managed to com- 1 Tony married Katherine DeILTWo a book about an artist that he I parts he's never really had a lead
ply. Nothing happened.
the
and I
admires
on inscription
skills. I whpr.: h* was working! for until Black Gold and had no
)wi -= "It's a little too dark my host -B said To a genius-about another :
The Dart Is a rushing mountain her father C. chance to prove how good an actor -
explained. "Yesterday I took three genius-from another andI /
genius: I 8eIeveMe.i
DeMille he is until he Charlie
played ,
1 stream coming down fromthe weighing more than 24 pounds I. don't think he liked it, but my :
M that didn't the philosophical Indian.
moors and ] each out of this
spot"Just
very i mother-in-law; likes me, and I i 1
ti lot: much wider then the sun broke throughthe him much adore her. That's a wonderful wo-
than the various clouds. Ah! the needed light. I I It only gave butl man." The Romans introduced the _" RITA JOHNSON
ranches of the Nothing happened. My .host a start "C. B. is pretty'wonderful, too," bagpipe into Scotland at the time !Mf 8" tM
Raritan River In r looked thougfcful. "Water's too really his I reminded him. of their Jnvasion. : TOM POWERS

ny home State i 1 low. It was just right last week." est "Of course he !is, but he and I -- - k-
if New Jersey "Oh. When will it be right have come just don't have the same valueson
where I don'tcatch he left Para- SPECIAL SNEAK HEYIEWICcmmy
again? l life. Material
j things mean very
mount If .
trout in and his Tmdn W WOO tM.Sorrr
he: Spring and "Nextweek there ought to be | distinguishedfather J i little to me. I get that from my wt CMMt tfm,c tW IW .l the Mna1iR ere
more water if it rains. Of in law I father and a little from my 1 .7 tea re. thet sf s e 9'.1 Iii! Cue a M1 e 1et+ls
lever get any course, it isn't good right away I mother. O 6.15 f At ed te< est rtjitor .KT chM fin MM peonnod
and started
bass> In the Fa1L uu "You know" he said "Sunset e4. pede.I l
because it gets muddy. I Louella Parsons ,
90V WXvfl Ow the Yet In a way his own. Blvd.. has always figured in NOW t
my
i t was a comfort Galucoa I "I see. It's got to be clear Tony was born in Chihuahua. 4t
l life.
I raised in the
was poorest
: find that our British cousins "Well not too clear. Then they Mexico, the son of an Irish adventurer Showing
part of Sunset Blvd. :My father
ire just as big liars as we are can see you too easily. t and a Mexican beauty.
died
when I 12 old. 11 .
was years I.. :
Full of I continued to
md become involved in the same nostalgia When he was very young he was
: OYSTERHOUSE type; of self-delusion as we donrhen flail the water with appropriateflies. taken to Texas on the advice of j had and to gradually quit school, as success and go to came work tome Gary Cooper in 1 .t. 1

it comes to explaining why Nothing happened just like Pancho Villa Who was .a family j I moved farther Sunset '
up "The {f
on the dear old Raritan South both the dare-i Westerner"Witb :4S OM'
i the fish aren't biting and how friend. He has until now I live at the very top. Ott l=
wretchedly unfortunate it is that Branch. devil qualities of his ;Irish father i
When i
mother the house, ,
you should have picked Just this My host--said, "Come along and the more somber qualities of'' she said my'Oh this saw is : Walter Brennaa
DM N.ORANGE lay! to have a go at the beggars. down to this next pool and Iii' his mother who he says has blue j We never had anything so like grand.that."

t Air cnMlOsa.d Open You know the formation oh show you some fish." We wentfarther" eyes and blonde hair and doesn't I "How did you start acting?" I I, a.as, i t.k.d eleew a r,
f AJC-U P1L-1 pay Week down and he pointed. look as if she were of Mexican r
I a ny brothers and sisters of rod and asked Tony. j 1 M east t
Something about the size of an
eeL It is never der tag when heritage. .t s
tnttrlf tutee KEW OKUCAK you 7.-f
so afishing.My automatic torpedo went gliding "My father was a wonderfulman * * * * * * *.* * ** * * * * * .. Ire
onual AT OCB OTITOt BAt host took me to spot by."Good' ," said Tony. "He didn't wor- To Have Pleasant k bsstK t LXRS)
a a Evening Dance at the j acre
grief! Look at that tM
1 Try Our Basinets Men's Special where the white water tumbled one ry for five minutes where the JMM
Into a dark and. glossy pool. He What is it?" next meal was coming from. He SILVER f
.kne4D&IIJ. STAR
pressed an enormous rod,twice as That's only a sea trout. There was an artist and a man who knew 1 BAR 1i leant
under" that bank, there's a sal- how to get the good things out of NO LIQUOR OS SUNDAYS I >, ) LAIR!
mon. life. rm a little the same way. COCKTAILS BEER FOOD PACKAGE GOODS f
It looked as big as.a subma "I had rather never make a picture Six Miles from City Limits on Cheney Highway ::J r I
SIKIAY IS OIl ANNIVERSARY rine. "Holy smokes! Give me than do one I don't believein * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *y
the rod. Let's catch him." and Katherine has the same

. a cold I wont to thank my many friends and patrons My host shook his head. "No idea. Whatever I want to do is Dance to the brand new music of tf1ltd

who hart made our success possible.. won't earthly rise use you trying know.Old"Man. They i all home right, our with three her.children We've,got and our if SAMMY GOBLE & his orchestra phgiP n '; .- -

Fer the future I pledge to continue to serve the same ,"Why not?" i tomorrow I said let's leave chickens it all TO TIE 8:30-1 P. M. -maw*"** rI I
and go on a farm and raise I
This dashedsun
"Too much light. i
deHeIous Spanish and American. ers for which theMme is . ." she'd go right along with me. LAKESIDE PARK
Chef Manuel" has become famecLCBDNARUEL "But I thought you said !it was I' "My agent had a fit when I -
said I was going to make Black ZH Miles Sooth of Orlando on Old DIXie mghwa
too dark . . I
"Well, it was there where we Gold for Monogram. Everyone -Sim*
it's tried to ttilk me out of it. That
happened to be. Actually a
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bit too early to catch any fish was before Monogram became Allied DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS
OIl Cheney Highway Ph. Artists but when I read ere.- g
-9773 I took four right where that big
fellow Is lying, two days ago. They the story of Charlie the Indian It
weighed . ." to whom money meant nothing, Barbecues PATIO Picnics uioosi r
"When will the time be rightto

catch them?" do to fish now. We must go In 'Dancing under the stars"
t "Oh, in a couple of hours, say for tea. We never fish at tea-
about half-past 4 . ." time." Bffly Arnold* Orchestra Tuesday Wednesday. Friday *, Saturday Nights
I S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M.
t At half-past 4 I prepared to After tea it was too dark again. !t :
tie into the submarine; the sun But 1 saw the place where three 1 1 r' ,,
t tct was half in and half out the water days before he had caught six in I e k.

deep, but not too deep. I said an hour and a half . . OP'" !s4a t.
r: -e summer t s a hum to my host, "Come on. Now's the It was all so nostalgically familiar Op.w q
w Its or roar time. Everything ought to be. just -all except the tea racket.I ( waN
't .blest or y right. must remember that one whenI :;1

1 u Lemon Fi atior he 'looked at me reproachfully -' get back home on the Raritan TONIGHT Tale. ANGtl A .
.:A. !e Flu Or 103 t trt : "My dear fellow. It won't I I South Branch. I \\ Ht 8 A1! .
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best or y oar "INCENDIARY BLONDE"BETTY chew t. .l* II
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Detailed announcement of the t Hampton St. gout Mrth to CM

four bus routes which will beI I. tral Ave. on which <.. M Rit44taM.
Sf.. on which north *. ttteltytttltst
YSYX''rj: : ..xJ' .C 1 served to take children: to afternoon |
St. on which west 10 hilt 84 on
T L sessions of the Marks st.1
? which north to Mark It. r
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School was made yesterday by I which west to the school
. School Supt. Judson B. Walker. For Route 4. a bus will Urt .i
The first pick-up will be made i the Fleming Heights Mtuw tes-
I 1a Wednesday, at about noon for tion west of Ivry Lam an tlw
rT registration. On that day chil- II| Winter Garden Rd and wtU to
dren will be brought home after directly to the Marks 8 ftcho L
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2 p.m. Starting times will be similar -- ---
for Friday the first day of I
school and regularly on school Ebert's Trailer Rttftk

days starting Sept. 8. LUGGAGE & irraiTT:
After the regular half-day sessions
M the children'are to be taken I HOURDAYWEEKCorner
home between 5:15 and 5:30 I
p.m. Garland A Olnaial Dr.

Saying that possible confusion TELEPHONE nit
In the first few days may resultin I
minor changes. Walker asked
parents to be patient until all
problems can be worked out. fir
For Route 1. the school bus will
d :r.,1ii.p -. start at Mills St. and NottinghamAve.
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_: ",""",",> .A.<''''.":, ':Ay..:-.., \ in Beverly Shores, going easton FLORIDflI
- x Nottingham to Lake Shore Dr.. I
I thence to Rollins Ave. moving
NAT.Llt(1 HOME of Copt E K. Brockwoy, U. S. Army I II. 4TERIOR VIEW of the Brockway house looking out over Lake THE 'BRIDGE' OF THE Brockwoy home. The first floor is a east on Rollins to Merritt Park I RIRUJflVS

.t std *:x rr..:te Southeast of Clermont on Lake Louise, LIe
thcn CJTV, Ira noutical lines belie his years in Army. beautifully appointed living room, nautical in every way. illusion from the water that the house is apparently l a boat. ,on Dr..which on which south west to Nebraska to Forrest Ave St_.., j I. f

1 I .. on which west to Fern Creek on [ To:

:iV T RAN OF ARMY SERVICE BUILT IT tary work with the National I versity for five years as a military ,staff' photographer Jack McCoI- which south to Montana Ave, on 1 t tI '
> Guard and in 1917 was detailed to instructor and before his retirement lum, to a ride up the beautiful, Patrol Voices which west to the school. TALLAHASSEE
the officers' training camp, being served in the office of I but relatively unknown Palattack-
commissioned second lieutenant.He i For Route 2, a bus will startat 12| hrs. $1UO II |
iA Home To Please the Sailor a Area Co-ordinator for six years. I aha River.
served in France for eight Following an inspection of the Winding In a narrow channel Cannon Mills St. and Cheney
months during the last war and i house and grounds Capt. Brock- with unspoiled "jungle scenery"i Hwy, going west on Cheney } GAINESVILLE I Ii
which is
of the building, a
;. |. 1t'-"tlLtH K ITWNSON. ,. 'I'!,' i( part boat hoUse. has portholes rather in 1920 was promoted to captain.He !way got out his speedboat and the river connects several lakes Safety AppealThe Hwy. to Floral Dr., on which
I north to Illinois St, which
h" ; was stationed at Boston Uni- ', treated the writer 'and Sentinel I around Clermont. on 51 min.
U.aDtndo.... and overlooking: $5-401
AfW it H.,. ea tl* Army. west to Hampton SC on which
t tsit I. 1C ...tk.U I.UftdI. the lake U the bridge. Florida Highway Patrol north to Marks St* on which AD Fares XtM Tax
t Dmtt Law ----- declded l lMssalsaa11N. Tb nous* was Inspired by a I I yesterday appealed to parents of west to the schooL '
.. I painting by Stanley Woodward. The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program school children to observe traffic For Route 3, a bus will start at Phone 4597 or 4235 '
tie MM a toe* for him a mariut artist of Boston which I regulations and practice extreme
cell fcfi* U**. Bmt.ar on IN Interprets In blue and white In their last Family Hour broadcast this Sum- on Mutual's Jim Backus show over WLOF at 8:30 i..care when taking their children the Veteran's Exchange. directly L.i
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ftariA -I at Ua Loum aixtt and green the force and vast- I mer, Eileen'Farrell and Charles Fredericks accompanied pjn. I to and from schooL !I I'I opposite the trailer park on

**t&nM sit CVrtnoot, U Dna .f the tea assembled.In one by Thomas L. Jones present an all-reauest, A song by Mary Cohan daughter of the late Parents are asked to let the

*..** .* m* wwUfa! indeed wave. program of listener favorites. Miss Farrell opens George M. Cohan, is introduced on The Big Break 'I children out on the curb by the

1"'v tote _I. l..k* at tkt The painting now fitted into the program with the Pan-American hit tune Cometo over WORZ d 9:30 p.m. The song.b titled Will 'school building eliminate their
!tit&s 14r..t Mast! breiiH. I an indirectly lighted recess in the the Mardi Gras following with When Your It Ever Be Spring. I crossing the street. If parents do
SPECIAL SCHOOL
not drive their children to school PASSESEffective
MuekwEms : lounge, or living room. AU light I'I
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I asp fixture are nautical in design. ( Lover Has Gone; and Depuis Le Jour, from Louise. Gabriel Heatter presents the story of the conflicts the Highway Patrol suggests they
I The floors are Southern pine Heard over WDBO at 4 pjn. [Rise Stevens returns between a routine family life and the activities walk the children over the route
tt ttit oa. *rtf the Ukf. th* treated with wax to give them aitch : to the Family Hour next week.] of a research. physician on his show over WLOF pointing out any dangers or special
hot to floe user nrn looks il
tone. The walls are of i Arturo Toscaninl conducts the NBC Symphony at 7:30 pan. hazards.
S....t..4 i)'OW ..". 'I'M' Children should be warned to
wk(1 .S ..to tea.d bribe 0p lot.irtl6e grooved cypress waxed to a dull I lin the radio premiere of Don Gillis Symphony 5&, Bob Hope and Lloyd Nolan are guests Dorothy stop and look both when Sept. 8 1947

tv vaMfom oa then sal nautical finish. j subtitled SymRADIO IP.-. ._! ,. , , ... ?. __ Lamour on Front and Center over WLOF at 7:30 I crossing the street. Walking ways between .,
On either side of the
living room *
pest and &.W .61OtlUlbn1 I phony for Fun, t pjn. I parked cars is another dan
M .tW fitef flf the porch in !U a screened sun deck one used on his only radio e which should
gerous practice: be
ss the dining room and the other t 1t WD'O ago) MO' UZ3O WOltZ rrw "
temt tf ihm ', of 11:00 out.
appearance the : MelocUu llln On sit News pointed
as a lounge room. There are four 5:16; Me10dlu Glory Pleu. Trio
Wfea I.VM a rounnter upHtS '
bedrooms. Summer season. 11:30 Melodic: __ Chapel IA the Ski i Bicycle and motor scooter riders r 75*;
tte** **m uid. -Many The interior decorating was 'Heard over 11:45: ldelo4le: __ ____ Chapel 1D the Ski' I .must stay far over on the .
t4 t..Mrttion boat--- done by Mrs. Brockway, assisted WORZ at 4 pm. 1:00: placopal Hour CrlaD Reveille Nest __.:____ right side of the street.and give
{ Tls EDlacoP&1 Recital _
How Hour Green Rne1l1e OrllD
aWitten. ,
nty Summer by Mrs. E. Tadd Little of Winter The Mutual < 1:30 Decision Now .._. Orise Reveille NBC 8triDe Q'IIar. I signals for turns.Maintenance .
w.w wti ':45 Kn. Bob Jones Oran RtTell1. NBC String Quar.
Park. Ralph TwitcheU of Sarasota i Music Show at of the school zone
was architect. : :00 jnews . Church el Alt World Newt R'dup 'J speed of 15 miles per hour.is nec-
pat i 12:15 over :;16 Renfro Valley __ church of Lucerne Go Tim
pjn. bWLOF. < Air j! These will be actual school be
Li'a .30 _. essary not only for parents but passes good on days *
esot iteuldal tot The Brockwayt had been 8: Renfro Valley EnnuI Boar Meth: )(in. Ann. I
M a '' to Clermont off and brings .:48 Johnson Family .Evince! Hour ... Meth. Min. Asm. for all motorists in the interest of ,
fpnMar&l fcccs*. i' coming on soprano Martha 9-00 Hews .Bibe) Clue..._._ Church ot Christ Orlando school !
n -------- : childrep's safety. tween 8:00: AM and 5:00 PM. Passes will only be
ftrrttBff et Uw .Qik l mo ever tine 1911 before settling Wright and tenor i 9,IS Listen to Uebert .Bible Ottt.:...__ Church ot Christ I' .
down permanently. 9:30 Church of Air Voice of Prophecy Chosen People _
Ho*, uw .... hu lift 3 ? rather
i 45 __ .. 31 cent of all motor
Church of About
I Glenn Burris. 19 Air Voice of Prophecy' The Four Motes per sold Public Schools in Orlando
M totcta and U. stain are Capt. Brockway retired from the Julius Sch lI ;I 10:00 Mews _. .. New .__ Voices Down Wind trucks in the United States in to pupils attending
M cmp&i6ear. Th lover Army in 1934. He began his mill- 10:15: Guest Star ____ Dixie Pour _.. _' Voice Down Wind
mann, is violin J 10:30: Voice of Prophecy. Reviewing Stand News Hishluhu. I 11945 were used on. farms.___ .__ served by Orlando Transit Co. buses.
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1045
I r : Voice of Propfaeey Redeems Stand Modes Modern
soloist and
Sylvan -
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yo- 11:00 Salt Lke Choir Methodist Chorea First Put, ChTch
1/H/-/ AMD MOTNttS Of PS1NK2NO MENALCOHOLISM Levin takes & 11.13 Salt Le Choir Methodist: Church: First Pres ChTch
I 1130 Maslo: for Sunday Methodist Ch.rcn First Pro. ChTch
over piano pop School Rates from Points
I ___, 11:45 MusJe for Sunday' Methodist Church First Pres. Ch'rohu .Other
solo and arches- :00 Gospel Hour Trlb. Tone Bros Aintrtca United .
I 12.15 Gospel Boar ____ Matctl tlasia: chow America United t r
tes1./4* TMM*ft OM WM *f H> > uBlotlMWWTf tra. RISE STEVENS 12:30 Oospei Boar ___ Mutual Music: Show U. Chic. R'ndtable
C*GIS HOSPITAL Rosalyn Tur- on Family Hour. HAS Gospel Boar _____ Mutual Multo Show U. chie. R'ndtable. Oakland $2.D0
tttaw w ........ eck. plays Moz- 1:00 News lUrlcw etepb.Orahsoa-Dr. RCA Victor Show 1
MNI iesse4t. "..... St. Pft r9. Flo. 1.19 News Re-wtr __ steph.Graham-Dr RCA Victor Show TriedAndProrenBelief
art's Concerto in C Minor with the CBS Symphony 1:30 Bob Reid Sines Sammy Kay .., Patterns tn Poetry TUdenrllle .51.75
under Bernard Herrmann's direction at 2 pjn. 1:45: Hires to Ton ___ 8. Sue-Fact-Feo'n The Sophisticates to Sufferers '
_:00 CBS Symphony' Reunion __.. John Vandercook Winter. Garden $1.50
over WDBO. The_ program also Includes Overture 2:15: CBS Symphony' Reunion ._ .__._. Sunday Mstlne RHEUMATISMATWITO *
iF The Impresario, by Mozart, Edmund Rubbra's 2:30 CBS Symphony' Lutheran Boar .. Sunday Matinee: .
2:45: CBS Symphony' __tatheran Hour_.. Sunday Matlne: . *II* Ocoee ...JUS
Symphony No. 3. and the Overture Taming of the 3:00: CBS Symphony House ot Mystery. Sunday Matinee N ms

i 1 Shrew, by CastelnuovaTedesco.The 3 3:30.IS Amer.Bummer Let.Elee Talk Hr .. Bout True Detective of Mystery_ Sandal D. Oarraway Matinee Show_ Stiff Muscle? and Joints Orlo Vista ...,.........._..,.. $40
RCA Victor Show presents the original cast 3:45 Summer Dee Hr True Deteeti-e .- D. Oarraway Show and Recurrent Pains
and chorus of the Broadway musical Brigadoon. 4:00: Family Hour Under Arrest NBC Symphony Sanlando > . .. /.. ... .. .$1.50
4:15: Family' Hour .... Under Arrest___. NBC Symphony Coming From Old Injuries
headed by David Brooks Lee Sullivan,' Pamela '
4:30: Jean Sablon Show.
U Sweetland Show NBC Symphony
4:45 Jo.. Harldl-loIew. P m allze_ N.ntUtrt. City Casselberry $1.50
Britton and Virginia Oswald, in a one-time appear- Lee Bweftland NBC Symphony'
5:00 OzHe'"&Harriet Thos. to .<.. Lack Cistern Midi i II .
Webster Sacred Heart
and the orchestra.
ance with Russ Case Over WORZat *
+ 5:15 Oizle it Harriet._ Thos WeUter Cot Ole Club>> ear Uborttery. Sacked ky Lcngwoed ... J1.50
Ye. ... -
ef R. .
1 pjn. 5:30: Pause That Retr'a Nick Carter _. Klery Queen _. Dtrtlof-wit .
5:45: Pause That Refr' Nick Carter ___ Ellen Queen .... &ft' TnatmtiL MiM for.aIlYl'II'
j Exploring the Unknown, dramatizes Naval !. HOM sae. Altamonte .SU5
6:00: Gene Antry _____ Drew Pearson _. Jack Peer Show
Sound Fixing and Ranging techniques in air-sea v WLOF at 8 6:30: Blondle _, Grtst Story 'Told. Rosae's Gallery Or P-rckue. Maitland : $1.00
rescue over p.m. 64SBlondl.: __ .Orut Per
T Story Told Rome's Gallery' Cwplcto lihreitlo.CT
J StPETERSBURGfttSO Woody Herman and Peggy Lee.co-star in their '1:00 Sam Spade Mediation: Board Stars of Tomorrow nil At ,.. Man Totfiy

last appearance'on the Sumner Electric Hour this x 7JJO 7:IS Sam Crime Spade Doctor__ Gabriel Mediation Heatter Board Stan Front of&Tomorrow Center .. 1 .ELECTRONIC NORMALIZES Apopka .'. i _-$1.50

Summer. Phil Spitalny brines his famed all-girl 7.45 Crime Doctor ____ Gabriel Ht tt r.rroat. fc Center- LABORATORY Lockhart ... : .JUS
i /7-Jf orchestra back to the air next Sunday. Heard over 8:00 Caruso Archer Exploring Dnkn'n wens Kint ::=: I SOl Hildwbrutt Bl.f.JaekMlvlII .
8:IS Conies Archer __ Exploring: Cnknn Wayne Sine Tr8:30 :..> Fit.Pk.M .
WDBO at 3:30 pm. Tony' Martin __ Jim B-ekus Show Decision How __ S-OC72* Lake Fairview ,. -SIJOThe
y r. ULF BEACHES In connection with the Fourth International 8:45 Tony' Martin: Jim Backus Show Quest Star ...... ?
9.00 XavIer Cniat __ Quiet Pleasel .._Take It or Lear It "NAME -
.. Cancer Research Congress in St. Louis the Uni- 9 15 Xavier Cost Quiet Pleasel Take It or Lease It
t JO Strike It Rich ___ Counter Spy __ The Bit Break _
T
versity of Chicago Roundtable presents discussion
a
g:; II/! I 9:45 Strike It Rich ..__ Counter Spy :.._ The Bit Break ADDRESS Orlando Transit Co.
} "l.tea. i .. on World Progress in Cancer Research at 10oo-S'mpboneUe Wllltam Hillman .l'e..a A
12:30: pan. over WORZ. Congress delegates from 10:15: SmphoneUI O. Piston OrdL.Story behind benD.
10:30 Dance Orcbo Gene Erupt orch.. The Surf Club Or.
1
England, Denmark and the United States will 10:45 Panel Orch------ Or.I1..N.wI __.. The Surf Ciub Or .
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r participate. 11:00 Newt ____Sports Parade _lien from NBe _
3 l1U Sconl-New. Dance Orch. Slnec1 B. Smith ,
Ginny Simms sings Stormy Weather, All My 11:30 Dance orch Danes OreS Henry RUSSfIIe Or
Love and I've Got You Under My Skin with PercyFaith's 11:45 Dance t rch .._ News u._.--Henry Russells Or Here's Friendly Invitation
a
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10:00: Newt ____ Ban OU .sun. Off .
orchestra
on Pause That Refreshes.on the 12:15 DanCl Orch _
Air over WDBO at S:30: pm. 13:30 Dance Onb _
12U: Dance Onb _
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Sidney Miller, actor-song writer, will. be guest 1:00 Sl Off_

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\ Vole for which to showed 185 Zl against In the Daytona,total but to only be Beach the 284 I Petition Seeks I[$387487 Paid Mail Delivery Halt !i Vole Officials DeLand Youth Wins I RENTAL 11tAILlII!

votes from one machine were Set for Tomorrow a State Contest Prize I

Canwss Ends entered which totaled 200 for Special The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I . .t.
and 107 arainst i For Seminole to No fSpe[ :ol 'r n 1 t" \r :'( .- _'::rlDELAND .
NEW SMYRNA BEACH -
:
Because of the obvious mistake., mall 'excepting perishables and .i Set -The State prize of If
**>, ''MOfftniJ t the Board decided to use the larger -''Home Removals Welfare Aid special deliveries will _be made, : Naming $100 for the farm and home elec
ou in the fifure. County Atty. Charles I II Labor Day from the post office I trification contest '

I 'i .taNMI fiKf4. *TVwdAr< fteuaur M Comrttonu Kt. Luther protest said the count if, anyone, the wanted machines to I I f I (Spec!t to The Sunday Sentmef-Starl SpeCial! to The Sunday Sentrel-Star] I:i, L. Guy, said.Jordan Mail assistant will be postmaster dis-- ISoe iff to The Sindov: Sent,r*'1 Starl the Future Farmers sponsored Foundation'by t, FAIRBftSKS :.-.

.....sd would be opened and a count tak- i NEW SMYRNA BEACH-A petition SANFORD-Seminole County's tributed In post office boxes, and DAYTONA BEACH-The City was awarded to Dick Calkins of Fairbanks Alt aM tai "
.>i<.4 Jtt ftf to 4 J64BE asking for the removal of' 993 recipients of State Welfare i one collection from street boxes ; Commission will name the elec- ,, DeLand, according to H. L. Fagan, -
I
en.The Negro section houses in the assistance :Deceived $38,487 for i tion officials for the special Flor- -
I i Board signed an agreementwith will be made about noon he said. vocational agriculture .
i southwest'section of the city was July according to the Public Assistance ida Power and Light Co. fran- t teacher.
A tlsi dsrrtp. ?tan ..t- the Southern Bell Telephone hall local stores and the !
s t.ey City
chise election scheduled for : Calkins who graduated HOT ,
......._ if. -- Co. granting them to the right to presented to the City Commission Statistics recently released bank will close Monday. Oct. : from Y.gMi. J
this week. by the Florida State Welfare I 21 at tomorrow nights meeting in high school last year. has had four STEAM43REA38B
coaxial cable along Spring :
lay a I
Garden and New York Ave< if the t The petition signed by residents Board. the Circuit Court Bldg., Seabreeze years FFA training and has kept MUr HcI .INaiS

company would resurface any part of that section said the Total expendiutre for the 67- Ii Oviedo School it The has been officials learned.expected to be : excellent records of his work. Pagan steam ....... awl 7 5'
SURE of the road disturbed and do the section houses were "unsightlyand 266 recipients of the State was: i I proved include ap- i said. He has been in charge Iibrieated eeeg p..ta .
work subject to the approval of unsanitary and were in a I $2.556.027 for the month. Of this i .
of
(8-Al Mamie Mitchell clerk: 1 G. Mitchell -
maintaining
the t
TO the County Commissioners. section of town where whIte residents j amount the Fedefal Government Muion G. Kelrn. Harry N. Neitby, Ora electrical!t
live. I provided $1,459561. while the ;I 8. Lit*. equipment of the local FFA chaoter. I AUTO SON YMOM
PlansReadied (8> lAna Bricer Lola Murphy Harriet : |i ii Its
Ferris Instructed State contributed 1096066.
j MIeH lWH City Mgr. John was I I P. Graham Clerk: Jim Ormond Marlin
wn
i .- l r to contact F. E. C. rail- The District Welfare Board Jasper.I8E. i Navajo CUSTOM: W1IA' ".....
;) C. P. Miller, clerk: Cecil McDonald Bridge in northern Ari-
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.road officials to determine if Semi- it-H AW f'''
both
TODAYAMD Unit, which serves I-
Richard Morrison. Marrbel Russ. Julia zona is
I the
these houses could be removed. nole and West Yolusia Counties I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! BO IM, John O Sheara crossing the only highway bridge LM!t Thf.. T jj....
Another petition from residentsin maintains its administration offices OVIEDO-The Seminole Coun- <8-rt Ethel DltMn. LucY Root. GeorieTlppeni turbulent Colorado
EVERY USED nRS a certain section of Samsula, i here. The staff when complete I I ty Teachers Club met at the Sanford Barrett..Oscar J. T. Lyons.Whitaker, clerk, Edna M. Hirer miles-from for approximately 1,000 Ed May.'sIII

SUNDAY asking for extension of electricity I includes 11 social workers I Junior High School Thurs 21-B) Elsie Co.,,". Turner Scott In Moab. Utah. Boulder Dam to S )1M 1M. ....
Water clerk: Ruin Puchan. Frank Roa b,
I to their locality, was read. Manager ,I and four stenographers. I day. Guest speaker was-Mrs. Una Larry Johnson. ,
{! Ferris instructed to investigate Holden of DeLand vicepresidentand ---
was
500 W.CENTRAL AVE. Mrs. Janis Colle supervisor of (21) Ernest McConnetl Jacob F. Doreey I
tf I cost of running power I former president of the Florida Doria D. Chrtxman W. M. Cowan, clerk: Ii i
I' the staff,explained that vacancies Mn Helen K Stuart(21A
lines to this area. City of New exist in most areas of the State : Educational Assn. ) Ira J. Foster Betty TtaH Edw
I Smyrna Beach furnishes elec- ; Attending from the Oviedo M. Rake V. Samuel Mlnnlch. clerk: Mrs. ; Announcing Opening ofPatricia
merit
and called attention to the
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Samsula'residents., and Eleanor 0 Haskins Mrs R. L. Hutton. i
PAINT to
525.00 JOB tricity
school Prof. and Mrs. Walter .
system examination application were (20 Thomas M. McConnell Paul C. Tu- I
Or _'. biggest bargshfNo extra charge unless you the group seeking power is in an i ii deadline of Sept. 5. The merit A. Teague Mrs. J. N. Thompson.i' lor Ruth P Chamberlain Elizabeth Ii
r4r e.lItrao Other Paint and Body Work at area not now getting electricity. system council serves the County : Mr?. Basil Guynn. Miss Carlson : Schmidt:(20-A) clerk Edward Wistlwr.! Lucite Roes.Florence i Bryant Speech Siy&

L e ANTTHING FOR ANY CAR ANYTIME." Health Units the Crippled Chil Mrs. Caldwell.- McDonald. David R. Sarnbart.
PflutfeUcr
clerk: Jennie M.
STIVERS-PONTIAC LongwoodResident dren's Commission the Florida Industrial [ The math and commercial (8-B Fred Klncston Clime Hansard. i I Sept. 15th ENROLLMENTS
i Commission and the teachers of the county held a Julia Hallard Julia A. Wler J. H. Dowl- NSW
aw. CokMUL Wt call for and deliver. Phone 2 231* State Board of Health in additionto [ in*. o. O Poser clerk
I i meeting at the Oviedo High ; 48-(:> Clarice Sumner. HCOIT D. Plan-
"tI -- -- : the State Welfare Boards. i 1 p' Friday to plan for the coming dtrt. Emma U Grant Thomas M. Booth. i $25 FOR FIVE MONTHS COURSE
I Doris Holtmeyer D. H. Sumner clerk I ,
year. I ((8-D Helen V Galpin. Mrs. Nettie Cope-
Orlando Academy of Music 'I' Next Wednesday will be the Und J. Archie, SuUiran. Gertrude Dinner Saturday morning class or Speech aM PUt tf toll
Plans James M Tetr Thomas Teston clerk.
Trip I Business Aid formal opening of the Oviedo Saturday morning class of Drama l a. It M
OPENS SEPT. 8 school. All visitors and pupils are Osceo/a/ I
Ii County
I [Speed! to.The Sunday Ssntmel-Stor expected to report at the regular Public Appearance Ex,.$...
2d 6th LONGWOOD ACL StationAgent i school time. The buses will run Instruments Filed
Registration I Sept. to
: Merle Blankenship starts t $20 FOR FIVE MONTHS COURSE
Group Studied Ito bring in the children in the w. R. Bobbins to Elizabeth Mailer wd
this week for Los Angeles to visit
AN ACCREDITED and 1100
SCHOOL surrounding Pupils i
I his daughter Mrs.Marjorie Grant. territory City of KUntmmee to Osceola Cement Monday and Wednesday tra.*a Sritprf
I'I'I visitors will receive formal introductions ,
I Prod Ine S1000
The Rev. M. N. Pearson and
If I Approved for Training of Veterans Mrs. Pearson are in Lakeland tSoeool to The Sunday Sentmel-Sfarl I to new and old teachers j sat Rakish of mts.Bar: B.. Rolls.to Harry Koger et ni I Radio and Storytime Players classy t It If iI

where he will conduct a revivalat DELAND-To promote new industry for the coming year. i' Kocer et uz to Raleigh. B. Rons for Ethel M. Platt "Storytimt Pferm few
Under the G.I. Bill of Rights Dixieland Baptist: Church., locating in DeLand the Teachers at present are Prof. mtc d. I .i!
Chamber of Commerce board of Walter A. Teague.. principal and {| L. B Herring et us. subsurface owners
Mrs. W. J. Hartley Lyman i reels I Tuesday and Thursday Evenings PaUfc IrjtiiVfam Cwu
I! JM Ukt St. Phone 5495PLYMOUTH school teacher received the BS governors Friday discussed forma- high school teacher of mathematics : George C. Bronson to Bun Oil Company
tion of an association of businessmen ; Mrs. Walter A. Teague fourth oil k'M. ; Business Adult Caw
I degree in education magna cum I J. D. Varnadore to Clyde E. Story wd t
1l I which would have special grade; Miss Carlson of Longwood I 12 week
laude from John B. Stetson University $3950 course under Hal Kteg MQ
1i l -- at the close of the Summer funds to help new businesses.Sec. replacing Mrs. Kathryn Walker James. W. Mann to Mrs Kathleen 1.Sneer. I
I term. Walter Lahrman of the who has resigned dua to her Alice C. KlmbaU to Myrtle C. Kirk, wd 1 Private Lessons $2.00 Per How
Chamber of Commerce said the health Mrs. Bower fifth grade; $100 i I
I There will be public hearing on idea was patterned after aSSGelations Mrs. Basil Guynn. home econom- John Shenedeld et nx to Theodore M. Address 12214 K Orange AM.
I local telephone'service before Isaacs et 1IS. fled.
'Florida Railroad and Public Utili- of several Northern cities ics: Mrs. J. N. Thompson, senior Theodore M Isaacs et ux to J. W. Bennett Phone 2-4374 Afternom ... C.gaiyeCORRUGATED
of similar size. The matterwas English; Prof. Paul Mikler his- : ct 11_ mt( deed $1000. J'-
ties Commission at Langwood Hotel -
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q tory and athletic director. Other
WRECK OR NIGXttftt I M.CMRYSLEi At Wednesday Longwood at 10 Hotel a.m.Saturday. ommendatfon.Committee for study and rec changes will be announced later.

man ..r eompetut night a party of 25 doctors and Morton McDonald chairman of t
I .*..* M4 k4r *., otter you their wives were entertained at the long range planning committee Amber Caution Lights
i
.kt. MW Uiaft at rcasoaakl x dinner. will call of the officers
a meeting BOXES
I****. n Installed at DeLand
tfI H. Orville North, and Mrs. Alice of the Garden Club to dis-
I Rubin went to Georgia Friday and cuss beautification of Boulevard SperioJ to The Sunday Sentinel.StarJ

A. P. CLARK MOTORS Jnc. soon returned as bride and groom. according to plans of his committee. DELAND-Acting City Mgr. Direct From Manufoefo'rer
They will make home in the Hunted The group will meet within George Rattenbury reported yesterday -

I 49 ORANGE PHONE 2-0746 Apt., Ray St. the next few weeks four amber caution lights'
The Baptist young people had a Lahrman reported two new were being installed at the follow- 10-DAY DELIVERYYour
birthday party at Library Hall memberships: Coston Laundryand and N. Blvd.. Minnesota and N.
Thursday night with 30 members Dry Cleaning and Exhibit: ing Intersections. UniversityBlvd.
All Kraft Iocrf4
present honoring those of college I Builders Inc. ., Stone and New York and i Specifications

I group having birthdays. There Hubbard and S. Blvd. Quality Plus Prompt Service At No Extra Cent
and These lights will be in additionto
original
were songs games
arranged by Mrs. Pearson. The E. S. Moores the red and green signals already -
committee with Mrs. B. R. Gray employed. Instead of blinking
: I served ice cream and cake. Entertain for the caution change signal ANDERSON & DONNELL
the amber light will burn. Ratten
lhllJ/ Lt. and Mrs. Ernest Harris have ,
bury said others would be installedas
MOST BEAUTIFUL gone by,auto to visit relatives in ,
soon as funds were available. MANUFACTURERS
4 New Hampshire. Members of' VisitorsBy
I' 4jq' HOME HEATER EVER MADE! Longwood Card Club were enter- :, The earth is nearest the sun in I Ph. Palmetto 3-6021 Palmetto, Fleridi
tained the Harrison Saturday.
by MILDRED January and fartherest away In ,
i
4 A missionary from India Miss roe ''ojjo! The Sunday' Sentinel-Merl' l ] July.

I Ruth Thurmond will take chargeof OSTEEN-Mr. and Mrs. E. W. I- --,- -- ----
the Baptist service Sunday. Spooner and sons Wade Joe and I
This will be followed by dinner Billy, of Tifton, Ga., spent the
in Library Hall. There will bea week with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. t
display of curiosities from India Moore. .
after dinner. Miss Jamie Niblock from Dur- # st j
Barbara Goodall. daughter of ham. N. C., is spending this weekend % .
4 Mr., and Mrs. Wilbur Goodall. has with her cousin Mrs. P. T.
I /1EAys 1'GfIRNAMJa returned from Episcopal Summer Piety. l'
I
Mrlrfl camp at Avon Park where she Mrs. Woodruff Allman Gordon, > 1
I spent ten days. Gail and Carl Allman returnedto "
Mrs.' Ethel Ayers is spending Port Orange today after spend-
I vacation with her son Dr. Peyton : ing the Summer with her broth- .1 CONSISTENT

Ayers and. family in Greenwich r :i f fPERFORMANCE.
Conn. ers.Mrs.. Oliver Wilder who has .

l spent several Summers here died --
DeLand Set ClosingFor at her home in ChIcago Monday.She : ?
was the daughter of Harvey .
Holiday Period Hosack and sister of Gerald 1
HI THC MEW DUO-THERM FUEL OIL HEATER AT Hosack.
[SoerIQ! to The Sunday .Senttnef-Star] 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McCullough
DELAND-All county and city I who have spent the Summer in r
offices will be closed Monday to West Virginia returned Friday IS NO ACCIDENT J
MMERN observe Labor the
APPLIANCES INC. Day except bringing with them Mrs... Doro- ,
Cricuit Court clerk's office which j i
thy McCullough and daughter;
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will maintain a small force for Betty Jo from Paden City W. Va.. 1
Authorized Sales & Service rule day and a Murphy land sale. who will reside with them.
Stores will be closed throughout I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Masters and '
4 H N. Orange Art. Phone 2-2511 I the day as well as the offices at mother Mrs. Elliott left yester- PCtSF ) : 1
the Chamber of Commerce, Secy.Walter i day to visit Jacksonville.

Lahrman stated. f O, M. Freeland and daughter .

. Mrs.' June Nagle, of Sistersville /
W. Va.. are visiting. Mr. and Mrs. TJT

T. B. McCullough. .m.,, ;
Mr. and Mrs. DeMastry and .s /

I sons. Jack and Lee of Columbus _.J "ti
0., were overnight guests Wednes-
ANNOUNCEMENT TO OWNERS OF day of K. Millar and family.INDUSTRIAL .

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ENGINEREPAIR :_, COMPLETE GAS SERVICE REQUIRES



A SERVICEFactory MORE THAN MERE DELIVERY OF GAS

The Florida Bank at Orlando is Trained Mechanics

authorized by the United States Genuine Continental. Farts

i ; Treasury 'Department to cash [I GREEN'S FUEL GAS SERVICE is a COMPLETE organization of e P'9 ..... ..... -


Armed Forces Leave Bonds for G lotion and maintenance engineers, plus all necessary modern faciMut, let J L. r r JI ..


I' i 1, < registered' owners. hour gas service. This financially responsible company, with rnw y ylill .... -.


: j 4 ... .z.aaos' eesas.saoaoawtot I stands behind your guarantee of satisfactory performance of ol pr..tI'" ... Metes

To facilitate identification owners
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a w ;;;!::. :!t' Cli .1 t :". ,...................._. I.I .No responsible company can offer such COMPLETE gas service h. ... Ollr. .-

1 \ r tkri rperc with them when presenting t f f"

t bonds for .. ,.
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-; i r rr .1 You Kill prefer GREBES FUhl fA .*'-

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I ,, FASTER COOKING SILENT SlK',4' J TIJ
HOWEVER ,
I unleu YOU are In veal need of the money ,
r"P now this bank and the United States Treasury Depart- / + 1 ECONOMICAL HOT WATER CLEAN W..L 1 JJ .
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t' mInt! t strongly recommend that you permit bond '
your -
toarn Interest at 2U per cent [up to its maturity] : MODERN AIR CONOITIW Wa

.:t until you actually need the cash We will be clad to INNEHSPRINOMATTRESSES :

,ten'e you in this connection at any time. : t t Green Fuel Gas Service Inst/iltcd .INw\ **'* .* .,


.. BOX SPRINGS ,S t Refundable Cash Deposit .,;s.
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/ HOLLYWOOD BEDS :

'r.FACTC1Im TO TOT* :, 24-Hour Strrlc Stac[ 13)2
I.DT1DUAL ORDUI
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FLORIDA BANK : AT FACTORYlUttm P2KL. i

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A FINANCIAL
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i IN I THE HEART Of THE CITRUS BELT / tto C4* >*M 1252. Fie. St... B. ItcIt.t .
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