Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
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System ID: UF00079944:00165
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Is. Evacuated; Red Cross '5 ; v : .". ...f.. ).<> As Greatest;

Opens Official Shelters 4A h cii Cope Canaveral Expected Near Palm BeachWinds

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State Workers' Conference oTam \c3 ; Hold To 160 MPH Pace;

Breaks Up for Emergency %jt \3 .... Most of State Battens DownBy

Iy FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON k Vero' Beach :'< Y: ;, ( The. Associated Press!

rC V Editor Orlondo Morning Sent;hell \pjOkeeghoheVj Hurricane warnings, already flying from Fort

Prepared for the worst, but hoping for the best, Or-

lando was grimly awaiting the approach of the hurricane ,"osltssldrrse Lauderdale to Titusville, were ordered displayed

last night. fII > southward to include the Miami area last night as

Initial action was the evacuation of the Veterans i"; .. ( ...... ..tJt_WI".. mighty tropical storm-possibly the in
a greatest
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Trailer Park with the Army taking care of its employes, ? '. : \ +, 'yo :
,, < the State's history-offered the threat of raking
others going to friends homes and the remainder being 0 l Beach

taken care of by the Orange County Chapter of the Am- 41' gte-IJ Y _:,.:.. Florida with winds up to 160 miles an hour while its

erican Red Cross. ,': c.. .....Etfl.,wllrejt-"At.:
:..'' 'a lie., .,, ;.der center lay at sea or drifted slowly toward the main-

The Red Cross, under the leadership of Don Evans, ;: ( --. '.. .:. .--.- land.
disaster chairman for the area, alerted all Orlando shel- '.:, Fort Lauderdale ; rr ; :' \

ters as well as communities throughout the county. ...' .. .., ;- '1-'. The storm, including strong winds, is believedto

Described as being on a "standby" basis, the Red $(:' C e. ; o.. ;. ,:(.,. .. t. .;'" 'u be covering a 500-mile area--headed west.
Miami : ; : ::
Cross was preparing to supply sleeping accommodations, :, : ? :.; *:c,.; .;. :. The Lake Okeechobee region, where a disastrous

food, shelter, medical aid and transportation, if necessary.As f .I Y.. L Y. !+ ', ":';;:I.{',, : t. storm blew lake waters over farming communities just 19

reports of the approach of the storm continued the MAP ABOVE ILLUSTRATES how force of storm is expected of storm and its gales. Arrow shows apparent entry of hurri; years ago today, also was included in the area of hurricane
,Red Cross opened official shelters at the Chamber of Com- I cane into mainland. Ball in arrow locates storm. center
to affect Central! Florida. Unshaded area indicates sweep '
merce Bid?, and the American Legion home moving in beds.r A .t shortly before midnight.. warning display. ,

mattresses and food. -- Northeast storm warnings were ordered down between

Shelter areas capable,of holding nearly 7.500 persons International I TEND TO YOUR DON'TS! 1 GIs Hold Off Jacksonville and Cape Hatteras as the hurricane pickedup

with adequate4 cooking and sanitary facilities were on call II a bit of forward speed and moved toward the Florida

In Orlando.. These included:
I Old timers Recall Coast just south of Palm Beech at about eight! miles an
Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 113 E. Central Ave.; i Police Urged I I Slav TroopsTRIESTE hour.

First Presbyterian Church 106 E. Church St.; First'Metho- i

Jackson and Main Sts. First Church The center is expected to cross the coast near or
dist Church ; Baptist I LAKE SUCCESS [UP] The Hurricane TricksA [UP] Seven Amer-,I'

S. Main and E. Pine Sts.; ; American Legion Home 1034 United Nations General As- ican GIs held off at gui point. slightly south of Palm Beach today.

Legion PI.; Elks Home 409 E. Central Ave.; Naval Re-1semblY, beginning a momentous major hurricane danger is the deceptive calm experi- yesterday a force of 2,000 I''I Feverish preparations, however, have been started

serve Armory, W. Livingston Ave. I "war-or-peace" session, enced when the center of the storm passes over a given area, Yugoslav troops who tried to
f Central Florida batten down for the
through to expected
was asked by the United invade Trieste the day of
The following schools, Orlando Senior High E. Robinson old-timers recalled here last night. on I
States last night to speed creation its birth as a free state. i blow. Small boats rivers to shelteredcoves.
Ave. Cherokee High 550 S. Eola Dr. Memorial I Some persons are unfamiliar with the fact that when this I began to parade up
; ; High of an international police force, The incident was one of nearly
N. Rosalind Ave.; Kaley Ave.; Marks St., Jones High, 101 !I and give a thorough airing to Soviet quiet core_has moved on violent winds, opposite in direction :I 20. caused by attempts of Yugo- ''Boarding up of store fronts and homes began. A
to those felt will 0 t
"misuse" of the veto. appear.I
I i slavs to encroach Italian terri-
N. Paramore; Holden St.; Cathedral, 228 E. Central Ave.; Warren Austin. American delei I'I 'was pointed out that in past Also: ,;tory, which were on so serious in serious traffic jam developed in downtown Miami as residents -

and Tiger Den, 133 Court St.. i gate to UN challenged the assem- I I with disasters fatal some results.have left shelter Board up windows if you can :their entirety that an Allied gen- dashed around laying in emergency supplies. Mi
Chairmen of the local Disaster Committee Mrs.boldly I do it securely. Put up storm ,eral said: '
1| Other don'ts": "We eould have had ami's of behind
shutters if you have them. war. acres plate glass began to disappear
Louis M. Orr volunteer activities; Mrs. Ada Wichtendahl I i I ment and explode." I II I Do not fail to have emergency Check up on everything aroundthe

i clothing, Alvin Coith survey; H. P. Danforth, communi-!I, Austin detailed part of Amer ; lighting failure.facilities in case of a I house that may be loose or ,:Yugoslav storm shutters. Military posts were alerted and 7,000 men

_, catiqns; Charles E. Limpus food; Andrew C. Slaughter, ; ica's aggressive assembly pro- power might blow away-Garbage cans I United States lines of the new ; at MacDill Field were made ready for rescue work.
l shelter, with Tom Rich and James Keith .Jr., assisting; gram in a nation-wide broadcast i f ? Do not fail to provide enough garden tools, signs, porch furniture I i Italian-Yugoslav frontier about :
Miss Emma Lundgren food canteen Mrs. Anna Lovell in-I'' after the United States lost food for the period when It etc. They can become dan- I 3 am,; said: I The center of the storm was last placed in or very
1 would be to leave in hurricane j "We have behind
its first assembly tussle--an attempt dangerous gerous weapons I 2,000 troops i
formation and registration; Sidney M. Swope, to' elect Soviet-baiting shelter. winds. i and we are coming through. We I near Hopetown, on the Bahamaian Island of Abaco. in latitude

tion; Dr. Frank Gray, medical aid; Mrs. Herbert V. Evatt of Australia as Do not fail to set up an emer- Stay away from loose wires ,i will give you five minutes. I 26.7, longitude 77.1. The weather station here reported

nursing; Crawford Bickford central: .purchase transporta-I'; I assembly president. gency supply of water in the before during and after the charge The two stalled young off lieutenants the Yugoslavsuntil in winds of 140 to 160 miles an hour and announced that it
and Paul Dixon Latin American countries led home. hurricane.
rescue. a j
1 reinforcements arrived. was' forced to observations. Green Turtle
revolt that resulted in the election i 1 1i If gas service is interrupted do Nearby
Meanwhile the Florida Conference of Red Cross not fail to see that all outlets are j Be sure a window or door is |
i of Brazil's Oswaldo Aranha. who on the lee side of the house I Key was,covered with storm waters two feet deep.As .
Workers broke their meeting here and hurried keynoted the assembly with the turned off. j i open The WeatherORLANDO
up to their 1
!I the
Do yourself to dan- the side opposite one being the storm approached the Florida Coast was
home chapters because of the storm cutting their stay warning that it would determine note i i hit by the wind. This is to prevent I AND VICINITYRain -
whether the world moves towardwar ger for thrills or to see the : buffeted by strong winds and frequent showers. The
:: two days short. I sights. I a vacuum being formed by squalls and strong northeast -
I or peace. Do not ignore advice broadcast the wind suction. winds today, ton1 hL Diminishing I- weather was hot and humid-typical of pre-hurricane
Red Cross staff workers were sent to key points from Aranha and every other delegate ;' winds, showery I
? Ito' the 55-nation general assembly by the Red Cross Disaster Watch for police and rescue weather.

[Continued on Pace 2. CoL 3] I spoke edge that and the acted United with States the knowl-and ('i reau.committee or the Weather Bu- I squads help. after the storm if:you need I' weather tomorrow. I Police and fire departments along the coast went on an

Russia were waging a "cold war" Cracker Jim Sez: emergency basis and hurricane shelters-public buildings}
Tonight's Movies r China May Line I for diplomatic leadership of the' Injun'Joe done come oaten the
DollarHungry'Britain I AFL and CIO Seek including schools and post offices-were made ready. The
BEACHAM: Varietr. 1:*.. 3:31. 5:33.: world. And every nation had a'I I Glades to say he rilly don't know f
,' 1 Up With Russia i stake in the outcome. : Gets $60 Million To Reverse Ruling 'weather that there hurricane is Army began to load cots blankets emergency first aid equipment -
ROXY: Variety. 1.29: 331.: 5:33.: : I not. But
: ,.. 340.' NANKING.; China [UP] Vice- I LONDON [UP The Interna-! WASHINGTON [AP] The AFL! goin to blow Larkin his way or I and other supplies on trucks to move into the threatened -
COLONY: Th Inwrfeet Lad Workers Squire
7 09. 10:37; Prisoner of Zenda. 200.: 3:28.I! Pres. Dr. Sun Fo indicated yes- ,550,000 tional Monetary Fund has agreedto and CIO trained their big legal says he gonna area. .
856 lerday that China ,would align Strike in guns on the National Labor Rela- I
GRAND: Love. and Leirn. 144.: 3.44.ul Italy provide $60 million to dollar- take all safe Coast Guard took off to
herself tions .Board yesterday in 'an effort planes drop warnings to ships at
t38. 35 3Z | with Russia unless the measures a n y-
Communist-led Britain "within the next
Lew.I| ROME [UPI hungry
: Boston Blackle and the to get it to reverse a rulingby
3 30.C $ 15. $OO.: 19::40:,:w. thf. art art' United States soon came to her metal workers. 850,000 strong few days" in exchange for pounds its general counsel. RobertN. I how. He's got a sea not equipped with radio, and small. craft were orderedto
Slrma CM. 1-14. 3:55.: 6: :2S I good store of ,
VOGUE: Homestretch. 3:35. 6:44. .49. rescue in the current economicand struck on schedule yesterday in sterling the Treasury announcedlast Denham. on non-Communist I eagle water set I remain in port.
Brit the Bind. a:32. S:35. 6.40. political crisis. another step of the Leftist strategy i affidavits. !
: night.It Jed The West Palm Beach area went on an ;
DRIVE-IN-: Hold that Blonde designed to unseat Premier by he allows. emergency
i Denham has ruled that unless i
APOPKA: The, .Wont Believe Me. He described U. S. Far Eastern Alcide de Gasperi. The Government was Britain's first withdrawal I Prod says iffen it Hurricane shutters boats
CLERMONT Ohost and Mr. Molt.o I all top officers of the AFL and I i j I were put up were taken to inland
: DELAND Undercover MaUie. DREKA: policy as one of "vacillation un- i;, alerted state and local po- from the fund which was setup CIO sign affidavits saying they does start blowina and made
Three Little Glrla In Blue. hard it I covers hospitals ready.
EUSTIS- Ladies Man certainty and confusion" and saidit j lice throughout Italy against anticipated by the Bretton Woods Agree- are not Communists, the Taft-1 might
OROVELAND: Suddenly IU Sormr was leaving China with little i violence. ment to aid international invest- Hartley Labor Act bars any union will at least keep that woman of I Leaders of the Florida citrus industry in Lakeland yesterday -
HAINES.. CITY. Carnival in Costa RlCft.IV choice The number" of idle workers I ments for the rehabilitation of affiliated with the two organizations hissen from galavantin all over
except to seek closer Soviet
ValleyK1SSIMMK for
< Iffen it dc' two important meetings showed little concern for
ran en Week End. I co-operation. soared to more than 2 million. !j war-tom countries and to pro- I I from using the NLRB's facilities I' the country side. .
LAKE WALES Cynthia.' I De Gasperi, moderate Christian' mote trade. for settling grievances. come straight on this way it orta their crops in the face of the mightly hurricane approachingthe
LEESBURO: Weitcrn Union FAIN: I '
Democrat called a conference i git here bout noon today and it .
J Doitt. MOUNT Fence oI't.: .... and Le...... I' P-80 Pilot Killed with Mario Scelba. his minister of I'' might stir a lot a dust. I State.

BT SANFORD CLOUD: Love Ltvini and in Learn a Big War. I I FORT WALTON [TAP] The pilot interior to "examine" public safe- MEATLESS DAYS PROPOSED IN BATTLE! I TODAY'S TIDES For one thing, there is no use to'worry since thereare
WINTER GARDEN Notorioiu. : of an Army P-80 fighter was ty forces at their disposaL In Daytana lads and New Smyrna Seed
WINTER HAVEN Uvlnt In a Bit Way. killed yesterday when his II Rome. 1,000 policemen began "test J Tine: High. 9:32 a,m..and. II:" p.m.: Low no precautions which can be taken in such cases,
: LAKELAND-POLK- OUt of Janet Amea plane 3.06 a.m. and 3'35 p m
ALACK: Suddenly It i Sprtnc. Boomtown. crashed during an emergency drills. i Grains Slip in Price Fight ; Cocoa. Mac Tides: Kick- t 42 a m. and George Copeland, head of the State Citrus Inspection
tAKE Perfect Marriate. Secret of the landing. Col. Harry E. Wilson. 8:S> p m.: Low 3:16 a m. and 3:15 p m.
Whl.tJf'r. Sebastian Inlet Tides: Huh: '37 a m. Bureau said.Copeland '
DAYTONA BEACH-EMPIRE: Under commanding officer of Eglin Field OVERNIGHT' AND By The Associated Press] I speculative grain transactions. and .S4 p.m.i Low: 311am. and :3..0
, Gras coTer Mauie DAYTONA FLORIDA-:: I Wonder The Whoa Sea Kluln of- held announced. His name was with- DAYTIME DELIVERYWhen I, A Government move against a I U. M. Mehl. administrator of the p fun;> FNaMK. Rues C:11; Mia: 6:28. said little fruit would be blown from the trees
pending notification of nextof
Her Now.1947September. order mer- possible "boom and bust" danger !Commodity Exchange Authority.
I kin. you j I LOCAL TEMPERATURES unless hit by the full force of the hurricane as most of it is
chandise from Orlando in the grain markets was fol- i i requested Board of Trade trade Maximum !Set Minimum It
stores specify quick safe lowed by a sharp drop in Chicago officials to boost margain require- I a.lII. _____0__ 78 : 1 p.m------_ 14 in a green state, but any gale will cause considerable dame
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194f j delivery by Sentinel-Star grain futures prices yesterday as I I 2 3 a.... ____ 77'M I I 13 2pm.II... 88 1& from bruising.
Charter Express the Jack Rabbit proposals for meatless days to Turtle Steaks Boom! 4 ..... __ 711 4 P.m. ___ 885pin.
Ses Mil TbWW 7u TV* S.J 1 from 5 a.m. __ 11 __ 88e However at Vero Beach Indian River awd-
--"-- Line that leaves daily on combat soaring costs spread i TAMPA [AP] Barton H. 79 I growers ire

17181920 Service Florida schedule towns.for 41. .Central. Mer- New cago.York to Washington to Chi- 4, Smith an importer said.yester 7 I :cm-------::: ::=::: 79: i, ;II PIII.:::: _=__=_h_ T 78, ous. Their crops are near maturity and heavy after excess

21 = Z5 2627 #IW' chants telephon 6291 for As several cities reported new i I day booming the sale as of more turtle and steaks more is I: :::: =im:'86" !11: :::: == ;: :Summer rains.
Agent to call for' mer hikes in the cost of milk eggs or I 1 I 11 ..... 111 I 11m... 77 I Haven
30 s. chandise. meat these were the major developments i j i housewives buy them as a substitute Noon '78 I UioMutht 77 Moore ] farmers in Lake Okeechobee fear small dikes
for higher priced beef.
in the cost of living picture :I TEMPERATURES. ELSEWHERE may give way flooding sugar and cattle lands. Residents are
October 1947 -r menu to 33 1-2 per cent to "lessen High Uwl)) Hub Low
1947 Alhtvlll 81 { Xansu City 84 59 being evacuated from low sections. But it is believed big
WIRE-PHONE-35 1 Wheat, corn and oats prices the danger of a boom and bust" Atlanta 83 65 I Lou a ill. 77 45Blnatnthaa
11"S- JUan 7b. VrW "9u K- fat WHITE slumped onan early'selling wave I situation in the markets. Actionon 85 64 I Ueridia 87 65 dikes will hold. .
[GRIFFINHOw! ntineI l tar ) which trade sources; said was the request was postponed until 'Boston 77 84 7O 64 t f i Minn-8t.Peei Miami 69 89 49 75Chettanoote Troops of the }Florida National Guard in the path of the
234 caused at lep.st.in i part by a' later in the week. Cblcato. 75 46 New Or!.... M '72Cl..IaDd
: e ?-EXP-"BEBB Government request that the Chi- f 2-The Hotel Association of 73 44 I New Tort ',75" hurricane have been alerted and will be mobilized if needed
5 6,7 8 Dallas W> 65 i Philadelphia "*, 64 I
\jfjJ Board of Trade I ,
;} 1Mr NCC ft11R t1aE" cago virtually j Denver M M Phoenix 9* 70Detroit ,
.w .n .rid.a cues" double margin requirements on I I [Continued on Page Z. CoL 1] t .70" i Kicbmo. .* 76 67 [Continued on Page 2, CoL 6]

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Coroner's Jury Set To Open Cosgrove Slaying Probe Today- I


:Page 2 (SrlanJm fflnrntag fntutrl Wednesday, September 17, 1947 Divorce BOSTON UP An od law ttffl
Hearing'Tesfimony I1Drepeaed: on Masaachneety
1 I I I ,Giant Storm Nearing'books provides tr.*' .f any Rhode
dares to cross the
Islander ke
Grains Slip 'i Into, Manachuse't be shall Jm.
Veterans Trailer Park HereI : Bared [Continued from Pace 1] mediately be ; : ..

during or following the storm, Capt John Dillon public information subjecMARKET

In Price I I i I I II l I I A coroner's Jury is scheduledto f officer said in St Augustine last night.
convene at 9:30 am., today to Gov. Caldwell has given blanket authority to Brig.Gen. HIM 411 W. Ckmh
view the body of Phillip J. Cos- General to utilize
Mark W. Lance State Adjutant
I Evacuated
Red Cross Phone Z1J
grove 43,who was fatally shot here ,
Continued from Page 1] ; Monday night. Peace Justice E. G. any of the State's 1,500 National Guard troops he deems I

New York City generally endorseda Duckworth said yesterday i necessary HEADQUARTERS FOR
municipal committee recom- '( Ralph L. Stephens 44,insurance | Gen. Lance has ordered CaL Robert Ballard commandingthe THRIFTY SHOPPERS

mendation for combatting high salesman, told police he shot Cos- { 211th Infantry Regiment at Miami, and Lt. CoL Oliver W.
prices but deferred action pending Official Shelters grove when the latter threatened : West
further discUssion. on the Opens his life after Stephens had followed Hartwell commanding the 211th's Second Battalion OPEN ALL DAYWEDNESDAY

committee's suggestion for two i his estranged wife, Mrs. Palm J Beach, to place their troops on the. alert and mobilize '

meatless days a week In hotels Dorothy Stephens and Cosgrove 1 them if they think it necessary.Col. .

and restaurants.In I to Cosgrove's home 1121 AvondaleSt. Maxwell Snyder, commanding the 124th Infantry

Washington, commissioners :; e 4 [Continued from Page 1] Regiment i at Jacksonville, also has placed his troops on the
of the District of Colombia, .( Duckworth said the jury
issued a proclamation urging Ft. Lauderdale to Jacksonville, including Daytona Beach, weald recess after viewing the alertCaldwell FRE&H
housewives to observe voluntarily body until the inquest Sept. 25 said all State agencies are "being alerted" to f 2 SCORE
Melbourne Vero Beach Stuart West Palm Beach
two meatless days a week at 2 p.m. :render "all possible aid." CREAMERYBUTTER

Mayor Kennelly of Chicago an- [which was made tenative headquarters], Clewiston Stephens, who was transferred The State Chief is keeping in touch with the latest storm I

,nounced he would discuss with Moore Haven and Bebring, which was made the East to the Orange County jail yester- reports through the Highway Patrol radio system and indicated -
:business representatives later in MARJORIE ANN FOWLER day and held without bond pending -
!the week the question: of one or [above] 1018 Nottingham Coast evacuation point. the outcome of the inquest any further action by him will depend upon develop- '
;two meatless day a week in hotels said he followed his wife and CasgrO'e l ments.
The 14th Air Force announced it under
:and restaurants and possibly m Ave., Winter Park, is one of was operating from a Ruth st. address Dir. H. N. Kirkman of the patrol said his men are preparing -
:homes. the latest entries to enter the "condition III, phase III," meaning that a hurricane was where she had been visiting Iba
auxiliary units and mobile communicationunits
of oth- power
to the trend
; 3-Contrary contest to select the "Dinah friends.
within 12 hours.
:er commodities the price of gasoline Shore of Central Florida/' be- expected He told police he attempted to in the event they are needed.
kerosene and fuel oil wasJ Brig Gen. Leo A. Walton, commanding general of the talk to his wife when Cosgrove

J lreduced a half cent a gallon in ing sponsored by Radio Station group which covers seven Southeastern States, said that stopped at a traffic signal but ObituariesMR. McLeod officiating. Interment
;North and South Carolina and WHOO Miss Fowler, 21. a had been unable to do so. will be In the plot In
plans had been formulated for air evacuation and other idly
,VirgInia by the Atlantic Refining student at Rollins College, has Mrs. Stephens told police that JOHN W. MTLLIKIN Shiloh Cemetery at Frunland ; a
OJ assistance to stricken in GRADE "A"
Gulf Corp areas
The case widespread emer-
Company. hod experience singing with she had seen Cosgrove on a number Mr. John Mullikin 51. died at Park. I
;made a similar reduction in the gencies. of occasions and recently had
]Bay Pines Hospital Friday. He is I
i Carolinas. '1I several orchestras over the Key officers at the base were notified to stay on duty contacted an attorney relative to survived by his widow, MargueriteH. 3IRS. EUNICE HENRY SLICEDBACON

i The index AP of weighted 33 commodities wholesale'price .: set country. until further notice and all civilian employes were re- seeking a second divorce from her ] MuUikm, and a son Dick Brownof EUSTIS-:Mrs. Eunice B. Henry.

{a new record high of 195.31, compared leased from duty today. All flyable planes were sent tft husband.She said she and her husbandhad Detroit. 34. resident of Zellwood three
Military services will beheld
died Tuesday after short
; of could be years a
the high of the high cost living
I previous ::Marietta Ga., :Monday.: been divorced last Not ember, at the Fairchild Funeral illness. _
; lowered only by "a reservoir of.
ThursdayThe average
:prices 194 99 last of 1925 were 100 in the in- unemployed" or a return to "Gov Mayor Beardall announced that all city employes had but had remarried in February. ]Home Thursday at 11 ani. with '* Surviving' are her biwfeaotf.
j eL ernment controls" unless -states been alerted and that the Police and Engineering Depts. Stephens said he shot Cosgrove Mrs. Joseph Stuckie officiating in James Ra: daughter Emmie
., lb.
when the latter threatened his the chapel and the American
At Omaha beef steers sold up manship" was developed on wages were in charge of handling the Legion Jewell. Zellwood: her parent Mr.,
I Ito $35.50 a hundred pounds a newtall i and prices.I emergency.All life after getting out of his auto will have charge of the services and Mrs. J. T. Barrett Climax,
time high while at Chicago ,I Sen. Pepper [D-Fla] said police, auxiliary police and firemen were alerted.All which Cosgrove had parked in his at the graveside. Ga.; five brothers. Everett and
I weighty steers pushed to a 1947 there was no bope for checking persons were urged to stay off the streets and report own garage. Mr. Mullikin was a veteran of Marvin of Climax and John and
I peak of $35.75. 1 i I j rising/ prices and "The American any fallen trees, wires or other trouble either to the policeor Papers in the divorce :Mrs. World War I and was dischargedas Vasco of Zellwood and Roscoe.
In New York City, less popular' people might just as well get the Stephens mentioned the night of an ensign in the Navy. USAF Station. Orlando. and three
: to Engineering Dept. at 5620, 4884 or 23742.In .
3 the shooting are in Orange Coun- Pallbearers will be G. H.
|meat cuts were reported rising as ready for another recession," Curry. sisters. Mrs. C. T. Harrison, WIg- GOLDEN
case of failure, the Mayor said the police ty Court House but no record Francis Newton Charles
J consumers turned away from the but Sen. Brewster IR-MeJ:: contended power Walker. ham. Ga.: Mrs Roscoe Byrd f:
'more expensive varieties. food prices were high because radio had emergency auxiliary power and would stayon was found there of the subsequent J. B. Tinsley. W. V. Waggoner and Climax, Ga.. and Mrs. Con le KEY

I Sirloin steak sold for $1.30 a the Truman Administration the air and maintain contact via two-way radio with re-marriage. 3 Ralph Seigler.All Smith Zellwood. r
much food A final decree was signed by Pythian Sisters in Orlandoare Funeral services win be held r
I pound in one Philadelphia suburban is shippingtoo police cars spotted all over the city. MILK
Circuit Judge Frank A. Smith to
and other requested attend the services Wednesday at 3 from William -
store an increase of 20 to Europe areas. pm.
cent over last week | Sen. Baldwin IR- Beardall said the city utilities, Army, Red Cross Dec. 3. 1946. J at the funeral home In a body. Zeller and the body till beforwarded
J In Boston "
and other agencies were in full co-operation. "From the testimony said the to Bainbridge. Ga. for
; Eggs were tip two cents to 91 Conn. said last night his Con- Tall
J to 94 cents a dozen in some Philadelphia gressional subccmittee investigating Airlines were observing caution in their operations. t 1 report master of"I Giles find that F. Lewis the plaintiff general i MR. EVERETT M. SMITH interment. .

; areas. Milk jumped two the spiraling cost of living Eastern flights south of Jacksonville and Tampa can- has sustained the allegations of LEESBURG-Everett M. Smith n..oSERAL Cans
1 cents to 19 cents a quart in Pen- food stocks of manu- died suddenly in Miami Sunday. SERVICES:
I'twill, celled out, while northbound movements continued. Na- her bill of complaint; that is to 74
dleton. Ore, and two St. Louis facturers and processors to deter- following a heart attack. A native For Mrs. Louise Ann Ross. .
"dairies raised grade A and hom- mine if they are withholding sup- tional reported its planes were still making all points say. that the defendant has been of Philadelphia, Mr. Smith for- New Smyrna Beach resident who
'Ogemzed milk one cent to 21 li ,plies and creating artificial short- although they had no stops in the area of West Palm Beach. guilty of extreme cruelty to her merly lived in Leesburg. where he died Sunday. will b* held at 10
l and 224 cents respectively throughout the marriage period. of the Home ElectricCo. ajn Wednesday at Settle Funeral'
ages. Florida Airways cancelled all flights and sent its was owner
i Ander- In testimony taken before him Home with the Rev J. Alvin In-
of Agriculture
Secretary Two "chain" campaigns againstthe from 1926 until 1941 when he t
?son Joined other national figures high cost of food and other planes to Tallahassee for safety until further notice. The' Nov. 26 it was brought out that moved to Tampa. man pastor of the First Baptist PURE

tin urging the public to "eat less items opened yesterday in Cincinnati. planes, however were standing by for emergency Red the couple was married Aug. 17. Surviving are. his widow, Mrs. Church officiating :
1926 LaurenceburgnTenn had
: extravagantly. Cross flights. in Jessie Smith of Tampa; three
Mayor Kaufmann said at St. The Greater Cincinnati Con- Late last night merchants throughout Orlando be- one son. Carlton Lindsay Stephens. \daughters. Miss Jean Smith. Miss The U. S. uses about half the
;Louis he would ask the U. S. At- sumers Conference began tele- 19. at the time of the hearing and ;Barbara Smith and Miss Sallic timber harvested in the world.
J tome General to begin an investigation phoning housewives and asking gan boarding up store windows and removing merchan- had lived in Florida for 15 years. Smith all of Tampa; his father.A. .
; of high food prices in that them to refuse to buy butter eggs dise for safe keeping.In The suit was filed in the name W. Smith of Fruitland Park:
: city since -St. Louis lies within and high cost meat items. nearby Winter Park H. W. Caldwell, disaster relief of Dorothy Charlotte Stephens. )a brother, A. W. Smith Jr. of Best Trailer Shop 16s.

:the bread basket of the United Unsigned postcards. urging chairman named the .elementary school opposite the and the final decree legalized this Leesburg. and a sister. Mrs. Elizabeth i 44"QC4)
city but meanwhile the the bill EXPERT REPAIRING
; States. The St. Louis Consumer "break the price trust buy less of name j Davis, of Birmingham, Ala.
hall the police station next to city hall and the Chamberof amended to caU the I
Federation announced. meanwhile everything. appeared in mailboxes was plaintiff Funeral services will be held 2225 W. Washington
it would ask U. S. Atty. Commerce Bldg. as relief stations. Done Charlotte Stephens which j from the chapel of the Page- Dial 6894
: Drake) Watson to investigate the Recipients of the cards were Mrs. David Whittett was placed in charge of suppliesand Mrs. Stephens said was what ap- Theus Funeral Home Wednesdayat :
; St. Louis dairy industry to determine asked to "COpy this card and mail peared on her first marriage li- 2:30 pjn. with the Rev. J M. rOD Winter Garden Moadl
with the CofC
feeding refugees Bldg. as her head-
if price fixing existed. to one to five or more different i cense.
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r. Meanwhile Sen. Flanders IR- persons." : quarters.In In answer to a queston from

Vt.]. chairman of a Congressional A check of groups which have i ii Sanford, the Red Cross disaster groups were fully her attorney J. Walter Hall.

subcommittee Investigating i been fighting rising costs here organized with the Southside Primary School named as )lrs. Stephens testified: PAC
price rises, said at Boston that I failed to Identify the sender of J "Well size the day I married WHITE HOUSECOFFEE
the cards. the principal shelter. Food medical and rescue aid were ,' him, he has been unfaithful tome
readied.Contacts and he had deserted me on
SALLAS & SALLASP1UMBmG The phrase. "hermeticallysealed in case of emergency throughout Seminole numerous occasions. even before
CONTRACTORS ," comes from the use of the County were named as Lake Monroe, J. Tilden Jacobs;; my baby was born.
I "seal of Hermes." the pagan god. Geneva Mrs. Endor Curlett Oviedo C. R. Clonts Forest "He spends most of his money FREE INSTALLATION
and REPAIR WORK ; ; for m.
which alchemists placed on their whisky. and he has been unfaithful m.Mffi
534 W. Central Are. Ph. 8117S. vessels.CDRHSGOFAST. City. D. E. Suhrie; Slavia, the Rev. Stephen M. Tuhy; Lake J and he doesn't provide VULENEUVE 8 CO. lb.
Mary H. M. Geason; and Paola and Markham, Mrs. M. S. a home and he has his girl friends hffi!! 39
J. K. SallasMILLS '
F. Sallas '
Hodges. and takes them out to lunch with 41 W. JEFFERSON ST. PHONE 1663
him and never asks me out to
Other communities reported the following
Enjoy quick relief end prepara- lunch with him. in other words
peedily mnov* trbmf f,. 1 tions: he just uses me as a housekeeper.I
: ICE CREAM eonwwitk thm.cu.tuo*. | | If/ DeLand: Austin Conrad, chairman of the Disaster -Now, about eight years ago i
ScholT LL< /
lot Dr. Zu> ?
&H pd>. Co t tint tnfia. i iI Committee, reported his team had been alerted and all I did the defendant hate any con- CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH GIANT

CUSTARD public school buildings, the city hall and court house named nection with a girl in Miami?" I
I' she wax asked, and testified: SIZE
EQUIPMENT r r 5.SLOWE. as emergency shelters. Public health nurses were standingby. "Yes. he went to school down WRESTLING A PROBLEMU

there for a year and he came roar problem U wketktr .r set OCTAGONSOAP
i If It. .nsat Merchants reported sales of candles were brisk. Resi- home and said he found a girl t. Save your .era .M brake repaired .
run. Wa or Jut let let gist
and [ in love with
was] her and
LOANS F'i.a.a dents were adjusting windows and preparing to board up ye. aa ettuat We d. tile very
: wanted a divorce- tm brk tie
tops repmt at
TABLESCHAIRS Itt..taame.t openings. The highway Patrol was alerted and independent Testifying as a witness for his most rcateoakl priett. "..

: CHAIRSBOOTHS power units for its radio were checked. Radio mother the son said of the father: won't be sorry

..a. amateurs were prepared for 24-hour services. "Well, he was never nice to her. I Bar5cTHINK
0.05. 4th FIw 6 and always arguIng with her. and A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
Slade-Booth Show Case Co. School children were advised that if the weatherwere never got along with her" ,
bad schools would be closed.
in W. Ceatral name Z-K71
"Do know whether 119 K.
'your ORANGE
Mbr FWSiI n.podelr.aw, Csrwad.t PHONE 2-'74
New Smyrna Beach: Preparations were made to evacu- mother Is strong physically] ., or I QCANTITT aOH. auarrD
ate residents to the mainland quickly for shelter in the Live not?" the boy was asked. ,

Oak Street ScheoL Information will be broadcast through a Not as long as she lives with I
check for ECONOMY "
Pay by
him she won't be, he answered. I .
loudspeaker. City buses and private cars were to be usedto
: Served by mail with papers in I
f: Writing your own checks far easier transport residents, with the Coast Guard standing by in the case according to the record. I

: and cheaper than buying money case of a bridge washout.If Stephens did not contest it or I Ovovv1ch

residents had to leave their homes, they wereasked put in an appearance.

I orders or registering letters. to take pillows and blankets for themselves. They were also j '

asked to provide themselves with kerosine and candles in Orange County !

flTlZENS NATIONAL RANK case of power failure. Court Records j ( /

Daytona Beach: Heavy seas sent high tides rolling into INSTRUMENTS FILCD (/
i Or ORLANDO Agnes Grace Btid.tr et sir to Edward U THEUTURE '
street approaches and over the steps of one beach-side OP
res Davenport et ex vd S10 l
Member RDJ.C.
Member Federal Reserve
System taurant. the beach dark Carte x. Smith et nx to Adam P. LMTB j
Along shutters covered windowsand
.ood et BS. .... :,
i I C. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 only a few lights were visible. Citr of OTiaBda to J. B. Marrow It aL ':
-. .
cemetery deed 13 M i
i The entire police and fire fighting force was alerted Sari Grirr McUn Jr. et u to Vtraicc

i and Red Cross officials sent out word to key personnelto J Darn Franca MUler.Asset mtc et S10.SOO ux0 Ami. I. Barrow !,
be ready. tt aL wd *10. i 1 ef
i : W C Bearfica *t .x to F1rtt Ttderal 1 t ;
Place your order City Mgr. James Titus kept the city hall switchboard in 11000.cavil and Loan Awn el Orlando mtc 1 Il\\

operation and planned to use the building as a clearinghouse B s Bupliasboff et nz to The Tint HaUonal -
I for Bank at Orlando. Bit *5.000. !
for. information and assistance.At .
TODAY Ulrica w. Fischer *t u to Otto 0.1{i iBunderbaaf.
municipal airport, all planes moved into vd $10 1 .
: were a Pint Federal Savings and Lean Aaan. !'
ae large hangar which, it was reported was erected by the Navy of Orlando to Wares I.. South et alsmi. 'IISnCIrH. i
\ O Arnold Wbee er et BZ to ; .
THE COOLEST l AWNING withstand exeremely high winds. Due to the large amountof wd $10.Edward t

gasoline stored there, an extra firetruck and personnelwere ftimmona. aa.J. Mitten ct al Jo lama H

UNDER THE SUN sent to the airport.All Jaica Dyer to AIbertha Thereat. tm. i iR
K. Brouoa et sir to David C. Carpenter -
small craft had been moved to the safety of severalof et u *d 10. ,

O the city's larger boatworks. City bus and yard trucks were BrtmaoB.Dosed C mtg Carpenter$1.411 52 et. ax to sibs K. j I,

i. standing by for transportation needs. !1 arrecment.H. H. Green$ ISO to.J. F, Jean, article of I You don't install heating and air conditioning equipment for : :

Protects from Sun and Rain The life guard headed by Don Kirkwood 1! Catherine U Bush et sty to ZDeaX.. Q-y
corps was Heaton. .d $10 I performance -You have a right to expect years of satisfactory HlY Ce.
ordered into an emergency state and were ready to Ellen.L Heaton to Irvine B. Bull et U i
vd $10Union
assist in rescue work should the storm hit. Harris Hartley to Bam B. Da T.vd Falkner installations based on skill gained through a quarter

i PERMANENT BEAUTIFULECONOMICAL Eustis: Mayor Louis C. Vogt asked City Mgr. R. L. May- Robert$10. T. Sara et ex to First FederalS t 1 of experience, give you lasting satisfaction. Place futufe comfort century
I wr
: nard, Police Chief Jimmie Dickinson and Fire Chief C. C. Os- $5.000..tnn and Loaa Awn of Oriando mtc !, in Falkner's hands. >

borne to be on the alert. Edward B. Uathia et ex to Winter Park!: I
Federal Sarongs and Loan Auc. mtf ,
St. Augustine Medium winds, no rain and clouds were $5 000.
,as > S J. 82ih et ox .. Gerald A. Panocc
PATENTED UV reported. Some residents were moving from the beach areas M ax. lu pendena. I
...:. .. to the more protected inland sections. Store plate glass win- Caaa WUUaa et nx.Cleaver wd $10.Ham et u U Rflei T. I Ask Your Neighbor Fallacy is Firstt

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dows were being boarded up. II
silo VENTILATING AWNINGS Titusville: Slight rain clouds and winds of about 35 miles Citrus t R

truaua per hour were reported. The few residents along the Atlantic 0

Nationally aJ.erased in Better Homes & Gardens Beach area had moved* to Titusville. All police and firemen Processors G
were alerted.
and Mouse BeaauhJ Magazine Q
Melbourne: All personnel at Banana River Air Phone 6750
For more than 15 jean Zepbjr Awnings hive pro : Station moved to Orlando. Red Cross chapter alerted. 0Q' t

tested and beautified American homes. Vero Beach: Store windows
boarded up and residents For Your
"tVealllated .U.S.Re.Patou No.21.051. with storm shutters installing; them. Public buildings kept I

open for shelters. Persons in beach areas alerted and ready Sleam Equipment 0
Awnings of Orlando
i to move. but few there. -
t ,
li E. Church st. Room 115 Cocoa: A number of beach residentS have moved from UAL EQJJPMENT
Phones: Orlando 9694-2.8061; Leesbor 431 Red rS
peninsula to mainland. Red Cross chapter ready for action

land has set up aid stations. Store windows boarded up and HEATING ROOFING
1. shutters
placed on houses. I

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X-Ray Operations Stepped Up HereJOHN BY DOW CHEM. CO.

Guaranteed ....Jt&t water warp.e.adee .
TABLETS / and erackine.Exclusive
Stale Ms6F.N.A

y 125 'Screened' 0I|I-Wednesday, September 17, 1947 Orlando< k jflorntng jymtirttl Page 3 wee coII-A ..nwb.!.I........eeffr..l ... / SCHERFER. TERMS TILE CO

JZJ N. Orange Phone I.W1

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. ... Single DayAs Fishermen Aid In Their

.-; .. a "" .!;...(: ;Commercial Plight

a part of the Orange County 1
Tuberculosis and Health Assn.
concentrated drive to "screen" | By RUSSELL KAY catch and insist that if all commercial I lakes I've fished in for a coupleof I money invested in commercial I

"": every resident of Orange Countyas I Being an ardent sports fisherman fishing were eliminated acres of Lake Okeechobee any, fishing equipment, including boats.
J1 lakes and streams would be tackle etc., but it runs into
a means of preveting and com- I suppose I should laugh with our time. '- nets I I 0
batting tuberculosis 125 persons the glee over the plight of the poor so full of fish they would over Commercial fishing is an im- i hundreds of thousands of dol

I were x-rayed within a 24 hour period commercial fishermen but know- flow their banks. portant Florida industry and it lars. I know one reputable com-
.' yesterday it was revealed to- ing some of them personally and I don't think that commercial should be given encouragement.It mercial fisherman in the Georgetown I
I day by Walton McJordan presi- realizing some of their problems I fishing in the waters of the St. provides an income to area who alone has over 9 A.M. lo 12:30: P.1115

\ dent of the Association. can't help but sympathize with Johns or Lake Okeechobee are I II thousands who have no other $50,000 invested in the business.I'm I
With the association's mobile I hurting sports fishing to any extent I means of livelihood and brings I satisfied that at least a coupleof 1 WEDNESDAYAT

x-ray unit operating at maximum them.They have certainly been taking I ; in fact, in removing des- millions of dollars into the million dollars would fall far

speed 87 employes of the South it on the chin lately with 'troyers of fish such as turtles, State. short of covering the money actu- R
and the like, they are helpful.I ally invested in the industry today.
Atlantic Gas Co. were "screened"within the "red tide" messing them up gars Today commercial fishing is at
As far as protecting the black Instead of trying to break the
a few hours yesterday and on the Gulf Coast and the State just about a standstill fishing
complete reports will be returnedon Fish and Game Department riding : bass in these waters, they are already boats are tied up and fishermen!:i I commercial fisherman why not

each "screening" by tomorrow. herd on 'em from Talla protected and cannot be are idle. Catfish fishermen'alongthe give the poor guy a break.

McJordan said. On Monday 37 hassee. I I II St. Johns River from Jackson-

residents of Union Park were Publicity given the "red tide" I I ville to Lake George will tell you SKIN TROUBLES

"screened". just naturally knocked the bottom I II that the closing of those waters to
"With use of the mobile x-ray out of the fish business as far as commercial fishing has their busi- .
d Arc you tormented with itching or enema
unit, purchased through sale of the Gulf Coast is concerned. De- ,
ness on the verge of disaster. f\I psoriasis, rashes athlete foot rough
Christmas Seals, and completion spite the fact that health authori- i iI hands and face eruptions i rectal itchingor
DOS PASSOS [above], I As evidence of the situation they other externally caused skin troubles
51 cl the TB center in the local ties point out that fish from un- point to rows of fishing boats tied For.,iek relief and good results use
noted writer and play- health department under Dr. Le- contaminated waters are good to I at the docks. dozens of nets on VICTORY OINTMENT. Developed for the

.: wright, was reported to be.4 land Dame we now are enabledto eat a lot of folks still refuse to ,I row after row of racks and idle boys folks back in the home army White, now greaseless.offered to antiseptic the- SEARS

fairly comfortable at the Mass make and develop our own films eat any kind of seafood. employes hanging around. In the 'I, contains lanolin. Safe for babies.
f: I W t tI children. A name you' cannot forvot-
and return reports within a few Then along came the Game and .
: achusetts Eye and Ear In- Welaka-Georgetown area, what VICTORY OINTMENT. Tubes or jars. Sold
hours instead of sending the unde- Fresh Water Fish Dept. with an commercial fishing is is in Orlando by Angcbilt.. Stroud. Rexall.Walgreen. I
J?;: firmary, Boston, where hisS veloped negatives to the State order closing Lake Okeechobee, I sold so I don't see what all the confined to the operation going of a on few your hometown. San Juan druggist.Ruptured Orange. Avalon, -I II

right eye was removed after Borad of Health as in former years the St. Johns River and Lake I the ruckus is about. The "red tide" I traps and some trot-lines. The big -

an auto accident in which his and being forced to wait days and George to commercial fishing and has destroyed more fish than i iI 1,100 foot nets have been broughtin

wife, Katherine, 50, was weeks for return of these all-im- as a result commercial fishing in | commercial and sports fishermen I II and racked. I Men
portant reports. McJordan said. Florida has been dealt a staggering I would catch in five years but Idont Here a $2 million industry is ata
, McJordan pointed to the importance blow any many fishermen and I think it will ruin fishing' standstill. The annual sale of I N
---- Get Truss
of the mobile unit by their families are on the verge of I and I believe when the tide has the blue-skinned "cats"principallyto $3.50
stressing the fact that tuberculosis starvation.The i disappeared we'll still catch about Western markets ran beyondthe I

: ; is curable but highly con- fight between sports and as many fish as we ever did. I two million dollar figure in

tagious and in most cases can commercial fishermen is an old i It has been my experience that I 1945. The State Board of Con- No Charge For It

f's 'Bulbl.ss The New, Dobbs toilless Tress, strapless.IS different.N.. not be traced other than throughuse one and both have a place in fishing today is a darn sight bet- servation reports that a total of Now Ever
of the the Florida picture and much ter Lake Okeechobee and the or
1 pinching, binding, slipping or thai- x-ray. in j 3,326,116 pounds were taken from
,k log Washable; sanitary For FREt! "It is imperative that every citi- hooey and misinformation has St. Johns than in a whole helluvalot these waters.At I -
1!! demonstration, see write or pboni zen of Orando and Orange Coun- been dished out by both sides. of the so-called protected and I II ,
rile Court an average of 34 cents a Kansas City Mo.-A doctor's in-
j I. Dobbs Truss 12 Carolina i
Personally I don't
agree with stocked lakes that commercial
Hours to S. Phone 2 1287 ty voluntarily accept 'screening'I :' pound which the fishermen say I vention for reducible rupture Isi 1
some of the rabid sport fishermenwho fishermen never go near. Why, Idon't
the only means by which health
they receive, that amounts to proving so successful an offer is:
authorities can trace a disease blame the commercial fisher- know-but I'll trade you a WED.
$1,130878 which will have : now being made to 1
you give everyone
men for all the fish they don'tI hundred protected fresh water
i that last year was the first cause j to admit ain't hay. Take that i I who will test it a $3.5(1( truss at no ,
GUS MADDEN'S of death in Orange c County in the I -- kind of money out of circulation cost. This invention has no leg ONLY

I age group nom is>> to H years," and somebody is bound togo straps no elastic belts or leather

REFRIGERATION I the association president declared. Winter Park NewsBy hungry and I'm not talking i'bands. It holds rupture up and in.

I He emphasized the value of such about the folks who have been .Is comfortable and easy to wear.
SERVICE voluntary large scale "screenings"as eating the fish either. ,'After using at many report entire Cotton Crinkle Bedspread
I offered the South Atlantic I
by MARGARET GREENE No one. apparently has any accurate satisfaction. Any reader of this
i Gas Co. employes and urged that Telephone Winter Pork 233 11.12 figures the amount of Anniversary Priced lightweight cotton crinkle bedspread. Favorite
Used Refrigerators I I -Hours and 45. Monday Through Friday on paper may test the doctor's invention -
other business for everyday Buy several
concerns in Orange easy-to-care-for bedspread use
I for 30 days and receive the
Bought and SoldPromptEfficientReasonable I County "follow suit immediately." I r and save wear on your best spreads. 80"xl05".
'II separate $3.50 truss at no cost. If
The association credited Stuart I 'Street Curve 2nd Floor
I Winter ParkBrevities ; 'you are not entirely satisfied with Bedding Dept. -
We repair mil makes and types Johnston, secretary of the Orange M ,
I the invention-return it, but be
; Don't Fuss County Chamber of Commerce sure to keep the $3.50 truss for I'I

(one Gus TONE 7726 I with sponsoring the "screening"of O'Neal-Branch Co. I your trouble. If you are ruptured I PRINTED '-
Union Park resident and lauded
I To Be WidenedWINTER
Backed by 20 years experience90S ; just write the Physician's Appliance ,
the county C of C's interest in the
f KVHL) AVE. I local The WINTER PARK Preliminary I Office Supplies ft Equipment I Co., 2902 Koch Bid?., 2906 7 tt
i x-ray program. x-ray markings were put on the Park PKehe 2-4533 Main St., Kansas City Mo., for 1
unit is housed in trailer donated '
I PARK-The curve on their trial offer. OILCLOTH 1>,
Ave. sidewalks for
to the Tuberculosis Association by yesterday park- V
I the American Legion McJordan ing meters which will go into operation North Interlachen Ave. betweenthe

I / !"J.cf. said. next month. Barbour estate and the golf
= I I {
i,: The executive committee of the course is to be widened so tha 461WIDE
Exchange Club Hears Elementary P-TA will meet Friday when the street is resurfaced with If .t

j;? Talk ConstitutionThe ; at 3:15 p.m. in the principal's asphaltic concrete as voted by the
'- on office and all committeechairmenare
I City Commission it.will be safer.
historical background of : asked to meet with the board. 1
: Three 6-inch hydrants were authorized -
the Constitution was explained i Eighteen hundred operators licenses v'r
t for installation at S
;; briefly at the Exchange Club I were sold the first two : Maitland Ave. at Garden Dr.. at ydHousewares. )..
luncheon yesterday by Atty. weeks at the Chamber of Com- \
Thornal. S. Orlando and Norfolk and at the r
; 74nO4 I Campbell i merce Bldg, Hours for the remain- south end of Capen Ave. and a
Thornal also discussed briefly I II ,
er ,
der of the month 9:30 a
are a.m. 4-inch hydrant for Suffolk and U t long wearing, glaze finish ,
: the events leading: up to the :,, until noon: 1 to 4:45 pjn. Westchester oil cloth in a anety of pat-
Aves. \
NEW YORK of the Constitution and
adoption j terns and colors Replace that
The Methodist Church office
I some bf its provisions pertaining I Mayor B. R. Coleman suggested oil cloth now at this bargain I '
: HAVANAJACKSONVILLE to the adoption of amendments. i will be open daily from 8:30: am. several items which might be offered price for kitchen beauty and 1
until 3 30 p.m. F cleanliness. ,
----- for a referendum at the De-
Eleven per cent of U. S. farms Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trovillion will cember electiofl These will be -s'* :
had electricity in 1935. but 37 pert leave this morning for Gainesvilleto discussed at subsequent meetings.
t cent were electrified in 1943. take Allen to the University of I The ordinance business !
concerning FIooPRINTED ,
New Prisons, Miami, all FloridaYougeteverythiagwhenyouflyNotionab i Florida and then will drive up the : licenses was postponed until Dept-2nd

I I[ East Coast for a three weeks' trip the next adjourned meeting which I r
The Finest To Be Had
through the New England States, I
Speed, comfort, convenience, courteous AUTO PAINTING i stopping for a week in New York will be Dec. 29.
The Commission voted to permit
service.AH recognized air travel cards where Trovillion will attend the : .
"for that NEW o CAR LOOK" half-lots in the cemetery to be
accepted.See your travel agent or cal SAM JONES national conference of EquitableLife sold at the following prices: $75 coming borne COTTON

8823 FAINT AND. BODY SHOP Mr.Insurance and Mrs.representatives.John Green for two graves in the new section still shining! 1'
S.W. Cor. Garland and Jefferson an- and $50 in the old section. Single :
Phone 6628 nounce the birth of a daughter V f4. t'1 PERCALE
graves may be purchased in cer- ii.
on Saturday at the Florida Sani-
l't t I t tain areas for half of these new -
i John tarium.Jr.Mrs. .The Greens have a son prices. !' THE SHINE THAT STAYS .1 .. 1' 36" WIDE "
The budget ordinance "'
1 e pass-
T. E. Costner [Elizabeth
g RfAOi it0 TO Meti AVER Gann of Pensacola is here for a ed unanimously and in addition to I I' l : '
finish! -
Z the $$81,639.36 from the 6-mill levy I because it has a hard-wax
IN $EtOA/$ k two weeks visit with her mother
for operating $67,300 is
Mrs. Julia Gann expenses '
on Orange Ave.
anticipated from the following A "' /
Mrs. Mary Whitmore and Mrs. ,
..............w......, Steele Buys were in Lake- sources: Utility tax $34.000; Florida :' yf'1
en Connie Power Corp. franchise $3.000! J 29
0 BAYERASPIRIN the weekend with Mrs. GRIFFINHard
1 Whitmore's daughter and family. licenses $9,000. fines and bonds 1lml
Air. and'Mrs. Whitemore and fam- $8,000; road and bridge taxes $2- .
ily were there Sunday for the 500; building permits $2,000; Inspection .; Y

celebration of his mother's birthday fees $800; prior year's \A for children's
Ideal percale
{ cotton
taxes $5,000' and parking meters wax means easy shoe are...more 4' .:_-' .3 @j V play suits, housecoats and house

i P. W. Krouse and daughter $3,000. shoe shine with less shoe shining.GRIFFIN \ ";;. ,.,. =_ dresses. This cotton: percale U et
firmly woven buying quality yarn.
NEURITIC.NEURALGIC Enid, returned Sunday from a ABC WAX SHOE POLISH has the higher .) :. Lightweight and washable. Cotarlulcombinations
PAIN two weeks vacation spent in and family, at Modesto Cal: her : > 1 1.1 ef plain rose aDel"Q" "
1/ Washington and Connecticut. In son. Norvall and family at Cleveland bard wax content that give you easier ; : ; in floral designs or gold and bIN
/ Washington they visited GeorgeD. Ohio and her daughter. brighter,longer-lasting shines.So use + \ ..: 4c-I Buy now at this Scars tow price.

Krouse and family and in Mary and family at Conway.N. H. GRATIN ABC WAX SHOE POLISH for the +. Piece Good*...1st FloorJEEPERS
/ Connecticut they visited Mrs. FredJ. Mrs. Raymond Potter and her 'r 'aNJ
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/ J. W. Hickman, D.D.S. family. returned after an absence of several -
/ / Miss Elizabeth List has returned weeks spent at Overbrook. '
/ / after a three months absence -I Philadelphia and Washington I BLACK MOWN TAN.OXBLOOO ;
BOX easy-opening can
.. ANNOUNCES spent in Virginia, Maryland D. C. :
HOLLYWOOD BEDS and Washington. j Mrs. B. H. Foote of Pruyns has I '

/ The opening of an office for James Henry has returned from 1, returned after a three weeks' trip I! j
/ MANUFACTURED! TO YOUB the Episcopal College Conferenceat to Birmingham. i
: INDIVIDUAL ORDER, / the general practice of Camp Wingman near Avon Mrs. Edwin Branch has gone to P.S. Use self-polishing GRIFFIN LIQUID WAX !

; AT FACTORY PRICES Dentistry at Park.Miss Atlanta to attend the Greve-War- for quick and easy shines on children's shoes!I... ,
Renovatlnc A Specialty I Martha Dennison has returned -I wick wedding and will return with
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;' : Ci Today through the North and East. She I I business.
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: THREE GOOD REASONS WHY College of Wooster Wooster. Ohio, i 1.99

and Utilities Commission Choose New and Mary will return to Miami
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rlanlm l fHnntmg i &*ntittrlPubHrted 1 I in a concerted movement to clear Central j I THE PUBLIC THOUGHTCombination

1 1cI Florida of the rattlesnake menace. I!I Preparedness Always! '
daily except Sunday. New Year's Day. Fourth Grade
p4 July. Labor Day. Thai ksfivta< and Christmas by j We're happy to have the backing of our ;{ Orange
S.nbllel.Star Co. COrlando Daily Neipper Inc. at 238 '
South range Av*.. Ortaada. Fla : old friend in such a worthwhile project. i
.. md-clasa matter at the Post Offic. at I
c Entered c<
Orlando FJ r1da. under the Act of March 3d. U79. Thanks Harry, and hurry home. .Discrimination/

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Subscription Pace 35e Per Week. $1 JO Per Mo. S I
TELEPHONE: ) DepartaacBU tIll Th'Th :Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel;

la MAITIM AttaotUM. Earroa awn Patios j THE MERRY-GO-ROUND 1 There has been considerable

C. W. L *m. Bet Mu. Hour BAICB. EMTOMAI DIIKTO : discusSion lately regarding the
t EAU MOMMA MAu'UIS E*, MnTW J. ABITIH." J.... Mu. Looking at the Record ; merit of the combination grade

&ehjlnq Heta HUM.TOM. COL MaL MeuutT"" eo.so..... Ste. luAS. 16 ; in the Florida citrus industry. In 4 I /

\ J. W. lux.. Crrr C I. Men :a.uus MIMJN. hISS S.rr. By DREW PEARSON .this connection. 1 should like to
Wert Roust f. WAI.TU. CUM Maa. L T. Mm TTFO. Sort. ; i
0 WASHINGTON- Words certain Statesmen present some of my own personal
SubIns of The Associated Press
would like to forget Imade during the OPA debatesone :.views.
; The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled -
to the use for repubbcabon of ancm year ago]: I i I oppose the combination grade
dispatches acceredited to it not because it makes possible a certain -
be otherwise accredited to this rr aad Sen. Wherry IR-Nebl "Taft Taft! Every amount of discrimination
e' also the local news pubi shed herein.
ear AU rights for re-pubhcatxm of special body's always talking about what Taft has doneto among customers. and because it<
ofin herein also reserved. This grade is !r ;;;
cbspatcbea are OPA. I'm the fellow that knocked out meat control confuses the public. second and not the public oa'nattofi the oe
composed of first and
PAGE 4 WED. SEPT. 17. 1947 and fie done more to that bill than anybody grade fruit with the ratio of No. erade.

eL e.- l's to No. 2's varying Althoughthe I A M *tfr now of uniform grade

ratio starts out with 40 percent will improve our auction and wesunier -
Taber [R-N.Y.J-"OPA is at the present ,
Rep. t 1 4f'
f No.
and 60 cent
No. 1's per
Program : mark u. Jobbers and rtUfl!
time the chief promoter of inflation." 2's, a large buyer such as a chain o
ef Political Job DupltcatMM. alike can then expect tt
EUtutatioa; a stores *
Sen. Taft (ROhio"Pricessomewhat store may offer the shipper
lotr Taxes. Effieteiey m GovenmtatTODYS i higher than normal dime more and get first and sec 1 same Quality M the larger \&nn.

\ tend to increase production. We fL R10ge y ond grade in a 50-50 ratio For a meets can set the form***

( certainly should not force such quarter more. the shipper may quality they want AU will nv a
THOUGHTS put up a pack of 75 per cent 1's Hr our
: a reduction of prices as to inter- The small better word to *, Quality
and 25 cent
be zealously affected always fere with production." grade and pcfcsA a rlsslt.
But it is good to more grocer or restaurant owner on the I irromers aDd hMdton w::. have a

in a good thing, and not only; when I am present ReP. Murray. [R-W"lS-"I do other hand cannot afford to pay dependftbie prtc* Mae. a road..

4:18. 1 not care to vote for any more the extra dime or quarter and tiers Jon sought m the Florida
with you.-QalaCans
Y i money for the OPA and thus increase therefore is probably forced to
| the dangers of starvation. take little more than a No. 2 jitru. Industry.K'ag G RU .

Nothing great was ever achieved without en- Chester Bowles and the other r grade In other words under this Winter Haven
merchandising system two aepari -
there to keep busi-
thusiasm. Emerson. agencies are
ate customers in the same city
& nessmen from making a profit I may get different proportions of More Sensible/ Enforcement
Rv. Rep. Larcade Jr D-LaJ- No 1 and No 2 fruit under the Police Officers Asked/
Freedom of the Press in Action | Pearson "OPA was run in a high-handed same grade and label. The consumer Editor Orlando Morning -ntmef:

dictatorial and discriminating manner treating not under the circumstances to. Bob 9abeM
A HARD-HITTING, free swinging wallopat only the members of Congress, but the people of the ltl0 naturally doesn't .know' what to his wie of the Mich: an ptntre

critics of the American press landed !i country as a whole with disdain disrespect and buy force. there are man ca.se that

flush on the jaw of the carpers the other discourtesy j 1 to This handle seems the crop.to me I don't a poor see how way have not been o\ed! rot on y by
D-Conn1-"Let have the : police. but L1 i over the
Rep. Woodhouse us Mtch'ftn
.. we can ever expect to up
'dayN. R. Howard, editor of the Cleveland :,1 courage to face a few more months of orderly decontrol and successfully merchandise country There ha been maqy aperson
for aometaeetoes
News told the Southern Newspapers Pub- j'i as the price of economic stability and Florida fruit under these present serve tune
I peace." grade regulations It is my crime:

Ushers Assn. ,!i Rep. Sumner R-H11-Subsidies are just thought and as I see it from He is holding a grudge Mam*
I the North for Michigan does have
"If their fears were well founded, the OPA's black market way of concealing the fact shipping many years Florida, that fruit we for can a grade good one of the beat police force m

people would have gone wrong long since the cost of living is going up and up and your only what we have to offer from the U S. At toast they son't pee

and our free republic, corrupted by error, money is buying less and less and less** nlPITCHING the way Florida fruit grows My on someone' who a miming their

would be no more." !i Rep. Lemke [R-NDJ--roday the question is opinion is that the season should own busineo Par instance. eat

i j should the OPA be liquidated-abolished' My ___m ___ be started with only three grades: day I went into Aocpka. I live m
We heard an editor who has been a I, answer is that it should never have been created. : No 1. No. 1 golden and No 2 a camp between Orlando sad

i fighter all his life tell a friend the other ,j' It is an un-American, illegitimate child. It was HORSESHOES These are all we need early in ApopkaJ which I do at least three
the year. Later. as the fruit be- time a ..**. I have driven M
day: i i born of foreign parentage comes darker, we will probablyneed Orlando and Aopk since 1M&,

; "Isn't this a hell of a business. Always t!| a bronze or russet grade In- as I do toe driving for a wraith

i in. the middle of a battle." '! Supreme Court Sanctity: Most sacred spot in all At Jim Crowism Up North .dian River fruit probably needs a woman la Orlando and 1 ra'.e often -

This editor wouldn't have it other Washington is the inner sanctum of the Supreme fancy. bright, and russet No 1. In ben praised for m>' druing.Weil .
any i Court. This is where the justices work out their i, 'addition to the other grades.I !. this day I was coming
way. opinions and no one except the black-robed nine B/ BILLY ROSE I think this is fine. You've got to start someplace believe that any other grade from Apopka and after I hM

It is the job of a newspaper. to keep ; and a few court functionaries enter. A lot of people aren't going to like this piece. But now that a start has been made in used does not apply to the Florida left the cite iimiu and had stepped

hunting probing and finding what is going Im going to write it anyway because I think one theater in< the nation capital how about ex deaL It amounts to trying to put on it" i( incidentally' 45 mph I I.
in this world of Almost equally exclusive is the room just outside it's about up something Oo not have and a SInn .Mew and I pulled over Tbv
On ours. something important. tending it to the 35 in the theater's capital?
the Supreme Court Conference Chamber the market is injured by telling policeman got out. came o'er'"
; The search frequently leads to unpleasant I I Fewer people enter here than the office of the It has to do with Jim Crow in the theater. During the past week I sent a colored man to grades that mean nothing. When my car and Mid. "La Y. you drive

findings. : U. S. President. And I don't mean Jim Crow in the Deep South. the box offices of several of the hit shows which everything one can think of is quite a bit in Apopk don't *'ou.*

These findings must be given the purifying I! I'm talking about the unorganized conspiracyin carry the names of producers playwrights red thrown together and marketed Wdl.hat'. the sp**
light of 'I One person who never worries about Supreme the New York legitimate theaters not to sell injustices in Washington. In every instance the under a combination grade it is I uicl.hWh) < public knowledge through
Court sanctity however, is vivacious Miss "JoJo" orchestra seats to Negroes. actors who did a lot of speechifying about the sure to hurt the Florida industryand and he Mid he had ben followingme

publication.' Black. 15. daughter of Justice Hugo Black. Like Ninety-nine times out colored man was told "Sorry, nothing downstairs" keep fruit prices down.If from the last light but still it

In retaliation those whose careers are i her father. JoJo believes in getting things done. of a hundred when a rt f My secretary two places behind him in the line, other industries handling had take him a atile to 0\ert* e
made suspect by the revelations fight : highly Negro asks at of flay RaSF S perishables .put over 60 per cent me So I told him where I lived
Once during a exclusive Supreme Court one our bought an orchestra seat to every one of the of their product Into a grove-run and that I was sorry to have i

fiercely. ;. conference Justice Black got a telephone call from box offices for a good t p } shows. grade. with only culls and third broken their. weed laws as I wu 1

In the end the public decides the battle. his home. Ordinarily calls are not put through to .ticket he's told "Sorry, Am I accusing the high-minded playwrightsand grade thrown out their better not in We habit of doing it.

This is the American way. It is the > court members while they are in conference. But !sold out. If he waits YES SG producers of setting up a color bar at their graded brands would be torn The policeman Mid he would IK ,

reason for the freedom of the press clause this was important. Delightful daughter JoJo around the colored man QOIC Ofd M rN box offices? I am not. I am accusing them hov- down. There would be nothing left me go this time and I thanked him '

i in the Constitution. I wanted to tell her daddy; that she needed a carpenter may be treated to the exquisite FAR e-er. of doing nothing in New York to lower the to build the market back in those and .went on my way Here I ea

to fix her closet door. And later the justice humiliation of tom bar. I am accusing them of falling to instruct industries. The same applies to sit on my front porch and count

Newspapers would be derelict in their found JoJo sitting just outside the conference seeing the next fellow inline their box office employes to look only at the us.grades That that is why apply we to need the uniform kind of car after car passing b*, going N i

duty to the public if they were' less than : room where nobody else sits waiting for him to buy the ticket he was color of a man's money, and not at that of his fruit we have to offer.' When and C5, but no one stops them the but 1

tireless in their search for the truth, less ; tend to her much more important problems. told wasnt in the rack. skin. Such instructions. -and a little watching someone buys a brand he must own picks business on someone and not minding breaking* c,

than audacious in their presentation of w I In The Lion's Mouth: Industrialist Henry Kaiser He can see the show but are all that is necessary to get the New York boa be assured of uniformity and speed laws The policeman wile .:

their findings. put his head in a lion's mouth the other day woundup only if he's wdlin; to offices in line with the 13th Amendment. must know exactly what he is stopped me thought I would get 1

having the lion thank him for the experience.The settle for something high If any of the lads I'm leveling a finger at getting, before he will boost the smart with him so that he could j

Howard said newspapermen's loins lion in this case was crusty Rep. Rich in the balcony a row or = tells me this comes as a surprise to him I'm goingto price to get it. Every box of fruit give me a ticket. but when I t

were filled with an occupational disease- j R-Pa] who rises during almost every House two below the level where be a little suspicious. must merchandise.be an honest standard pieceof apologized], and thanked him, he ',

the urge to find the truth. appropriations debate to chant "Where are we you start receiving spirit messages. Surely they are aware of the widespread discrimination 1 There may be times, during the had no more to. syI '

\ As long as the nation has enough of this ; going to get the money?" What happens when he presents a ticket he practiced by New York headwaiters season when It does not hurt to >e only had one ticket la M I
bought ,through the mails They let him in-th! yean of driving and that wa far
room clerks cocktail lounge hostesses and rental ship a lower grade provided it is
specie of about it need fear
man not that
i Last week Rich publicly warned he would demand making a left turn in a part of
operator knows there's a State law that makes him agents. Surely they cant be naive enough tc packed under a different brand j
minorities will of the RFC if it town I had been before So
corrupt long flourish in a complete investigation never ;
liable to prosecution if he doesn't.Can think ticket-sellers are functioning on a higher and sold for what it is. The public
secret. scaled down $35 million of wartime costs why pick on innocent people Get j
1 the Negro buy orchestra seats to our flop lent will know what to look for and will
.owed it by Kaiser for building the Fontana steel all the these drunks and ones who get son
respect our grades more.But
shows Sure-but so can anybody without a I have with j
no quarrel the box office boys the highway and race each
in California.
plant it is opinion-that at
my pres-
Rattlesnake Aid From Arizona scarlet-fever sign on his chest. themselves. other.
They're doing
Burned up at Rich's charge. Kaiser appeared, they're; doing be- ent we are only fooling ourselves )
A FELLOW really Florida The Jim Crow ticket policy has recently becomea cause that the way it's been handled around here I still say Florid can teach i
gets uninvited, next day at a meeting of the Investi-
WHEN hot issue among New York theater folk. But, for years. They haven't been ordered to change. Michigan police something and
in his shoes he thinks gating Committee of which Rich, is member. ,:
dreams a ;
interest That is actually good vice versa There to no one M good ,
curiously enough only as it concerns a single playhouse what 0
I Actually they're doing they think will please
and lives to back home Storming into the meeting. Kaiser demanded an
get no matter wherein in Washington-the National Theater. the boss. Once the boss tells them different that'll that there tent &!wall soeeeet
the world he happens to be located. immediate probe of himself and the RFC. a little better.
The hullabaloo started some time back when be the end of it. The sullen proviso that the
Such is the Not many people ask for Congressional investigations shall be draftedfor CHUBBY GAL. f
situation in which L. Actors' coupon-clipper
Harry Equity the performers union, insisted that 'Whene've straightened'out New York, my
but Kaiser did-and got it thanks to t
McDonald former Orlando Utilities Commissioner I its new contract with the include labor too. was a pathetic but
falr-minded'Chmn. Bender of Ohio. producers a fellow crusaders we can tackle some of the other infallible appeal to the stupidity Question on Inflation i
sportsman and lover of Florida clause giving any actor the right to refuse to appearat cities in the glorious free States of the North- of the convention.

finds himself. When it opened. Kaiser asked chief critic Rich the National Theater as long as it continued its Boston. Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland Detroit Is What To Do About It ,

He's policy of excluding Negroes from the audience. and Chicago.But Now the British workingman Is Editor. Orlando Morning Seattaek :
out at
N. M.
Albuquerque in
a san knew much the Government had lost
if he how
in for because the Gov- ,
o Rlght-tnlnkinf playwrights and producers backed before it. same Mr. Pegler tells IH just bOW w i
we start pointing fingers at the
atorium, recovering from an illness. on the war plants built for U. S. Steel ernment him !
can say to that he: got inflation but not just whitto
Equity in this demand and the clause into .
South to at least make
goes we sure our finger-1 I -
Daily he reads. the Orlando Morning i i "No," replied the gentleman from Pennsylvania effect the Fall of 1948. must oberbecause the aristocracy do about tt. Of eoune when wdI

Sentinel, hungry for news of home. :, "Well" said Kaiser "the Government lost 0 --- nails are clean. i I have been sent to the pits and the]I get anything. somebody has to

When a recent editorial urging a bounty more than $300 million in surplus deals withU. 1 I docks too. The conscription of' maintain it. Even God AtortHifcy

for rattlesnakes his S. Steel and I don't hear a lot of Congressmen 0 WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS property called the "direction: of gives us a lot of things wmteto art '
caught attention' and 0 0I
threatening to investigate that"i materials" Into essential industry eternally abased and rttat then

Ross Allen, the big snake and alligatorman I I I "On the Geneva. Utah plant** he continued, and the confiscation of money bya is where we lose

said he'd] like to do something about '"the Government took a loss of more than $151' British process called "nationalization"round When any human crettre: permits *

it, Harry got busy. I million. They sold it to U.S. Steel. for exactly 20 i Labor Takes To Naziism out the Hitlerism program. himself to have credit, he
,, All these things Hitler did long i is eternally blamed and U uSable m '
He wrote the Orange County Sports- i cents on the dollar. Then you say we at Fontana I to live tt down therefore. :

men's Assn. and offered $100 to establisha have to pay up 100 cents on the dollar. That means By WESTBROOK PEGLER j service do voluntarily.. The and madIt was obvious that ago.Now the British have the essentials -I without exception: speaking of : i

place to bring snakes so that the bounty the extra debt burden Fontana pays adds 16 dollars NEW YORK-In the language : British unioneer has not yet, people educated and trained for of Nazism themselves. Anti- past history everyone personally. '
a ton to the price of steele charge our customers.a of Adolf Hitler a massacre was a learned to jam the obstinate Semitism is all they lack of true regardless of how he get to be.
could be collected and the snakes elimi- generations in the science Of
don want to customers to Stalin calls Freeman's bike into the Hitlerism..and little hero
We gouge our pay purge; a pogrom a oncom- given a more has been crucified by those
nated. the RFC. The Government wants lower prices jet : liquidation. Roosevelt with a sim- ing lorry or to threaten to slit government should govern bet- experience in Palestine and fulfillment who know not what they do"

Not only that but he offered three vacant the Government forces us to charge high prices" ilar knack for euphemy. used the : his children's: throats. ter than a crew of roustabouts.The of threats to bomb Lon- CARL GALLOWAY .
"But Mr. Kaiser," interrupted Virginia's Democratic i j term "collective: bargaining" to But he has other coercions and don in Zion's cause the British I P.S: So it IS said La\t your '
unioneers had insistedon
lots he owns in the south end of Orlando. Congressman Porter Hardy. "If the disguise the degradation of the he has learned a litUe long version of Hitlerism win have that enemy." by use of the Golden

ment forgives these excessive Govern-I| lower classes to the status of I from Hitler a little from Uncle the merits'of training through piquant flavor, too. Rule "against him.Arwcc '

URGES THE Sportsmen's Assn. you brutes herded by the goons and Joe and a lot from our own Fays apprenticeship. They wouldn'tlet -- .
HARRY struction costs, won't that mean they'll have to do ;
of and He has had
rattlesnake stripped self-respect and dig- always a a navvy run a loom. But they :
elimination its No. I
the same for every other firm that has a war- controlled capacity form meanness e. 1'restsac hark T

1 project. The group couldn't have a more built plant" nity.Forty years ago.almost identical and his stupidity was painted up had the reckless nerve to bid for I Commerce Head I

worthwhile objective.In ""No. it doesn't. Kaiser replied. "the only other bosses of our Italian immigrantswere with little posies of homely humor, the Job of running the country. I

making the offer Harry said he was possible company in the same position is Reynolds called padrones. and sold in the export trade as and the misfortune to win. And wr x a

thinking of the untimely death of R. E. Hin- Metals." The. British are not bad at that innate intelligence. so. in this short while, we now HORIZONTAL :Measure j

shaw who killed Kaiser also pointed out that the Governmenttook |sort of thing. 0 Actually. his betters, the upper hear the Trades Union Congress 1.5 Pictured 4 DestinyuTSamber r lODOlO
was by a rattler. a loss of more than $60 million on three [either when occasion i; classes had a monopoly on the voting the British people back' ao s l

And of a couple valuable pointers he lost surplus plants sold to U. S. Steel in Homestead.t a [ requires good sense of the country and. by into serfdom six to one. If any SAt dding A Q j

because of snake venom. ,p' [them t 0 deceive humoring the sallow snufflingdolt British Government of any other Commerce 1 t j

Mr. McDonald urges that Seminole Duquesne and Braddock Pa. |themselves. And were able to deter him from political stripe had_come whining :, ..11 Movement 7Heonc% E I 0 I
Lake. Volusia and As the hearing dosed, doubting-thorn Rich .... f.\ so the British hurting himself and them until to the TUC for the right to con- 13 Audition a railroad Sr .
Counties join 1 finally seemed satisfied. I a 5 Trades Union i, script labor as the only means of f Distant station Q ,r: t
now.The meeting "crisis" in time of' 8 Comparative
roX Congress voted any Iff Inn

Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Program I ,I. ..;''.f;six to o one f "direc-in favor scholarship management aristocrats and, statesmanship polities had time in the for have peace howled the labor for bloody movement revolution.would 19 ISSamte Woody (plant ab) Face suffix 2S 24 Less Make good into law 40 Leavings Chore .

I tion" of labor. ,, ,. Conscription of labor was Hit- 21 Ordered 10 Meal course Performed 42 Silversymbol. -1
W00 fSMt WLOP ?OZM WOU CT4M intellectual sense of the word.
00 Lily Carts ".**.Rname __ iliaD Oa New* .The Congress' ler's way. That is how the bloody Brazilian state---11 Later 31 Navigated ( l)
I'U. Fmna Reporter _. itndii ___? o.orda Plarbora. 3 45 GlTer.1te u Pawl Whiteman CtBeUere n or Not. runs the labor'0 After the second big war, by a Nazis did it. and Mussolini and. "Catch coil) 32 Like better n Scottish river ;'; t
SO BMthUnil Echo** 1I.a.eam. Para News 4.00 House Party ..... Paul Wbiteman CL Mew ___
U *.T' _______ Uora t MxliUfon Prairie DrUltnt h 4'15 Rouse Party __ Paul WUtemaa CJ-Stadio Party [government. conspiracy of conditions the of course, the backward Bolsheviks. exercise 14 Machine: parts Saccharine Number
.00 Tawa Patrol :: Nt* -Uiul* Ooea Hew ..- 4:30 Dr. Peal Eddy Dachla _Studio Party... "Direction of lower orders were so manipulatedthat 1 I : 25 Bet '7 Virginia (ab.) compound 4 7 Child "
5:15: YawB Patr I .___ Ucsirml Clock 4'45 Alliance Church Tom Mi Studio Party I
Moraine Derotiona they seemed to win an election .I Informs 35 Enticing W Mixed type .
..... Fegier labor by Its : But Britons 26 Plant
5:30 wake Dp Listen Moraine DevotieMNtw 5 00 Erie S .1.1Wek147 Theater Studio Party never. never,never
T: 3 N.w _.------_ News-Uu.!'e 74O Club S-IS Coastioa Day Pern Terry ell Piratea Jaycee Safety Bh. maiden name. Is conscription of and the right to try their would be slaves until exudation 22 Spectacle 36 Warbles 51 Thus
00 CB* N tw. : Mama Atrousky .Rees ._ 5:JO Matlaee Muicala_ Bop Harrlcaa _Radio Rodeo labor hand at Government. This was a' ::1
'5'45 Dick Hottelet .... at wages agreed to by the 1947. when the Trade Union 27 Curved c
Waits Time Lowell Thomae6OO
5 IS Walter Ktanbla Bend of the Oaf 740 Club if 1
--- terrible '
thing for Britain but no I' s 1 t 1I Q
.JO Lily <* Cub _u.. Rbrtlun PIT* to dab >ei Scores Fauna' Lewis Jr. Supper dubS _. employers and the Government Congress the political holding moldings --i 'I
145 BreaUu BrrTttlx pm Tim _______ S _.. less awful for the working classes i
Lfly T4O Club Lone RaDaR ? Dinner Masie In toe Eportlita subject to the approval of the of the Government Musical f -
'a .. 6:3O Lone RaDaR __Leland Stow Mate for Dining j than for the company : note t to 5 r
00 JC -DicIt. JeaADJe Break! Club Nees ,Trades Union aristocracy. I ::: i
I'U Mania Dnotioaa Breakfast Club 10 dab 6-45 Robert Treat _u_ Sports Parade ___ Clifton title h__ !I Congress. The Con- They became the of representing small minority of 29 Anent l
I JO >*lrB Winter Breakfast dub Wosaa Wend. 7-00 .. Mel. Hoar Headline XditloB Bob:a Ree. 6tu> gress is a small majority of the sponsors an the population, and the least intellectual I SOSavory jelly 'IS 14. 'I 6
I.45 T_n Sinorely __ BrMklut Club _. Woman World 113 Amer UaL Hoar Elmer Darts __ Bob Ree. chop : I British people with about 7.500- unbelievably flabby; frightenedand I .:
Tao: Dr. Coratian OWet Pleas_ Bool agreed to the "direc I 33 Goes by boat
Record j
fO--eo Arthur Godfrey My Tn.On Fred WariiK 0 dejected gang of white-collar -
10:1* Arthar OxxUrey __ Storr-B Crocker Fred Wmrtn T4 BUI Henry .__.__Quiet Please_______ Bob Record Shop 000 members. It Is the British cockneys when the perils .and tion" of labor. i 37 Punctuation I' r t: LJ iIII_iI I t
10 10 Paihkma to Mula Btttr Crocker __ Jack Brch Ehov.IP .OO Rbao. In Rhythm Gabriel Beotter Bobe Record Shop I equivalent of our AFL and CIO.: i mark
4S Ro. B>arr .. Ltitenlnt Pod n_ Banc t odfTbO ______ a:IS Riiap. In RarUua Oman UctodSea Bob'. Record 8bos : problems called for the finest intelligence Here again the "democratic n
Like these
Wf"T ...rr.. ___ Tom BreMmaa w... ___" $JO Nerd Showroom Mime THat Bong Bob'. Record Shop' privileged American ability, courage and process" so often admired so : 38 Boredom I
11:la Manias M. 4)j) >. Tea Breonnaa Bandstand ___ _._45 Pord Showroom_ Name That lone Bob'* Record Bbopj 3 tongs, it has private agreements dignity In the kingdom.The Labor Tatuously by so many Americans 39 Cravats [ :
1 HIM Treat Oatea Drake __ JI&ada\aad 8 OO Hawk with :
Larabee Shadow of 'Story the legal
U 4S Air Oal Saaday -- Ted Malone '__ Bandstand____. .IS Hawk Larabee : Shadow of =:Bn BK Story : t of government Government could only try irre- is employed to frustrate fools who i' Amphibian(
the nation which Ii
I O Men W jeoa Traveler Ntw A rrm ReVw 1:30. Doorway to Life Latin Serenade Rx. BonY Theater by parable experiments in nationali have never examined the meaningof 4f"Rent 1 fatS 3
"a Pertly welcome Tra....K... ell fra RewIS 45 Doorway to LIfe Latia Serenade Rx. BcraT Theater the fads and prejudices .f its zation. When this vandalism had the term. -45 Sprite
A and unofficial
JO dt.yr Lshi e41ea TMCA Show __Aib.rerRer 1000 Mntery of W*. New ____.....___!t JI '
.... produced only the, melancholy which the >
i. 4i O dxckerb rd J 10-1S Jack smith Show: Dave Da OHsrkaesa of Wsh. of organization from ri :
I OO Est Stater Be.okhe.te ',_ Mdodteketebes.. 10:30 Boa Crosby: H mr Mart an.__ Tour' Carted Ksfs the Government wreckage of a great system .the i elected National Government takes : '48 Sigma (ab.) Jf
1:IS Perry Maaoa _._0- PerreU Time .u. Melody Sketches lOU: In.. to Made Henry Morgan____ Tear Patted K fi The British union membership very miners themselves made sure I its direction 4971051'profound'

1:30 totS Raee Me**et M-*._Dmm-. --- Mertia Mania Block Bleea Show etw Mlo610 Melodic Bketcbea Bketehea .. 11 ll-oo:IS Score New *.Hews-?_, Dana Boons Panda Ona ___Hew SnookT---Lesion---- --. is erroneously believed to bei I 1 that their own class: should fail groping roomful gave of an political incompetent.slobs Reddish dyes -': -I 4e .... 4 a ''t1 I

roe Te. asked Par It Martl Block Show Jobs VandereoakIS 11 JO Dane Orch _._ H. Kixura Orcb. B. minium TrIo voluntary because the law] and prove its foreseen 1neompe- i!i the right to send a British work- { Imbibes u- lEE! "
Asked Per It Martta Block Show Ocae II:4S Dance Oren. __ Phillip Or.-Mw. Pelhsm Heath Inn 410 _
>_ Tea Krnpa Orcb u. recognizes the open .shop. To tence to manage the nation by'loafing ingman to prison for refusal togo Chinese groupVERTICAL i 't, "I 1 4i
1 31 Wlamer Tate AU. Bride ell Orooa B Battertield ort '_ 12:06 Revs & !C
-- -- at Sign Off believe that I
WIJlIIn Take AH _. Bride Groom AH Star 12 IS Dance Orch.U -.- those who Join malingering and striking.: where he may be sent and workto 4' 51
t Sun/ w WMa. B. e..i.d Nara ..-_- JO Dane Orch.IJ the unions -Hint Suet .. LadtaaSe Boated Loni Prima Ore:*. -" New ____ t believing that an persons who labor as a mass. i for wages decided without consultation 2 b ...., S4 !
a JO OlT <* Take ?sat v&oamaa a.Baddy Marrow or. 1-oa Sin f f* J
* tip dirty waiters for slovenly): The experiment wa capricious > with him, all tn the national J "II

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Gas Puzzles Health Authorities Ad Hike Asked t : .V' ifi: $ ; '!Issue! OkayedAt On Labor CampsThe

JACKSONVILLE IAPJ The Florida State Health Dept. yesterday ::, t' / J ." ;
took water and air samples at the beaches near here to determine i" ''.' .\; : Game Fish Body
I '" Lakeland Department
What ,
an irritating gas might be that appeared Monday but reported Br MOUISON C. MERIAM :; ,
the concentration so alight 1 [Orlando Morning Sentinel Staff Writer] ? I' recommended yesterday In Washington -
nothing could be determined. I '
LAKELAND [API After two un- the Florida Vegetable
I tat
The Health LAKELAND-Creation of position PALATKA [API Circuit Judge i iHerbert
Department did find traces of a gas that tended to i 1 I!' Committee take over eight migratory
of assistant manager was successful school bond elections
Irritate the eyes, nose and throat but said it could not discover its I recommended to the Florida Citrus I' B. Frederick yesterday'discharged : labor camps and operate them
freeholders of this district yester-
nature or its defendant charged
source. Commission here yesterday bya a through the harvest season be*

The gas ,disappearing. rapidly, the Health Department said. I special committee appointed last with violating Florida Game and day voted overwhelmingly for a I ginning Oct. 15.

"0- June to study means to improve i Fresh Water Fish Commission $600,000 issue with which to build The department' said it will

UofF Gets Space A. and M. Forms Unit ,' service to the citrus industry. I regulations on grounds the 1942 two new buildings. At the same give the Vegetable' Committee a

GAINESVILLE I API The TALLAHASSEE API] For- The committee, beaded by I! amendment establishing the State I I time the voters In the Katheleen- ""use permit" for the camps for

Federal Works Com. Latt Maxcy. I i Winston District authorized the coming season, but will not
Agency yesterday mation of a QuartermasterUnit : Frostproof, agency as a constitutional body j| $150.-
transferred eight Officers' i said it believed demands made grant the committee's request'
temporary of the Reserve 000 for new classrooms.In .
agreed by both
never upon
was to purchase them at |1 each.
buildings to the University Naming Corps at Florida A. :, upon the commission's general
of Florida to ease an and M. College for Negroes manager are "too much for one houses of the 1941 Legislature.The the two previous elections David Davidson. Assistant administrator .

acute shortage in classrooms, was approved yesterday by the I individual to properly. handle. I decision was made in voters in Lakeland favored the of the Agriculture De

laboratory and office space. Cabinet. "While the general habeas corpus proceedings brought : bond issue but not enourh of I partment's Production and Man-

..A. ....A.... i I manager them turned out to make it agement Administration told the
?*S : would have direct charge of all by Glyde DeGolyer,St.Johns River

Fair Deal for Jacksonville Station Promised ,I functions and all of the depart- fisherman, who was held under a legal, ,i I Pepper committee(D-Flal.that legislation which permits by Sen.

'| ment heads, the assistant i The vote here was 3,375tth
WASHINGTON manager warrant charging him with usinga disposal of the camps to public or
I API Sen. Pepper [D-Flal] said yesterday the i
I could be assigned duties either as 3.083 needed to legalize the elec-
Navy has assured him that the Jacksonville Naval Air Station "is not I manager over the departments seine to catch catfish,bream and I tion. Of this number 3,295 voted i; semi-public organizations did not
going to be 1 crappie in the St. Johns River in i I authorize their sale for a nominal
discriminated against" in personnel reduction. I within the commission or as .. for the bond issue, 50 against and .
violation of commission regulations such as $1.00.I
Pepper' Rep.' Price ID-flal and Howell' Phillips, representing 'spokesman for the commission 30 barred.In sum
here to
and also selling certain imported I A Florida delegation
Sen.' Holland [n-FUJ conferred with Acting Sec. of Navy Sullivan. outside the State" the committee I the Kathleen-Winston Dis- discuss of the in-
fish such as Canadian : use camps
Pepper said Sullivan promised "a firm decision" within 15 to 30 said. bream.Attorneys. trict 325 Kathleen voters and 127 I eludes Luther Jones. Belle

days on the exact personnel reduction at Jacksonville, Corpus Christi : The general manager, a position Winston freeholders balloted. I Glade: L. L. Stacker, Pahokee:
held by Robert C. Evans, is said the decision I Kathleen voters numbering 325
and other Naval Installations. I i : L. L. Ilardey, South Bay and
Ij' in charge of the commission's ad- threw into question the exist- balloted for the bond Issue and
+ j Dixon Pierce Miami.
'I ministrative organization.No ence of the Game and FreshWater I 20 against. Winston cast 120 for I
Set CITRUS COMMITTEE HEADS: New officers of the Florida The Florida camps built duringthe
Foreign Bid Downed Woman Ablaze recommendation for changesin Commission as a constitutional and three against. Four were!
Citrus Growers Administrative and Committees war to house migratory agricultural -
TALLAHASSEE API The TAMPA lAP It was reported personnel was made in the re- Shippers Advisory agency. j thrown out. In the two towns 452
at Pahokee
I workers
I are shown above following their election in Lakeland cast including 31 affidavits are
that wo- yes votes were -
yesterday a ;
Florida Cabinet yesterday I port.The The court held that the constitutional Canal Point Everglades. Okeecho:
turned down a request to man's hair had been set on I long-awaited report was received terday. They are, left to right: Seated, W. L Story, Winter requirement that the Necessary to legalize was bee. Osceola. Pompano, Red Lands

fire by a careless smoker ona I' and filed without commenton Garden, and GAC vice-chairman; A V Saurman, Clearwater, identical requirement be agreed 410 votes.Cabinet. and South Dade.

manufacture auto license tags city bus here and authorities motion of Com. C. C. Commander GAC chairman and Fred W Davis, SAC vice-chairman; and I upon by both houses of the Legis-I I

for a Wet Indies Republic. threatened to push for an Tampa. : lature "is a paramount and mandatory Sells Land
I' Frank Lakeland Mother of Noted Twins
Standing Seymour assistant
Florida tags are manufacturedwith ordinance banning smokingon The report was presented by: secretarymanager requirement and had not

prison labor at Raiford. buses. Com. R. A. Fender Maitland of both committees, and R Parks Williams, Leesburg, SAC I been complied with To Complete Spur Has First Single Child

A. .,... i one of the three committee mem- secretary. Howard Phillips, Orlando, new SAC chairman, ; Subsequent adoption of the ,, TALLAHASSEE IAP1 The TALLAHASSEE 'API Mrs. W.

Cow Capital Plans Fiesta for Christmas Time I bers. Third member was L. S. was absent.Grapefruit amendment the court said, "by Cabinet yesterday sold three miles I J. Dabney, mother of four successive
Andrews Jr., Cocoa. of railroad right-of-way in a strip
the voters at the general electionof I
KIS81MMEE-Christmas time was selected for the Fiesta to be i, i i & it sets of twins yesterday gave
,, 200 feet wide to the Atlantic Coast
1942 could not and did not cure
Besides recommending appointment I birth of girl her first single
heM here featuring rodeos, both professional and amateur a regatta,
of its
Line Railroad to form part
waive such failure of the two
1 or
of an assistant the child 1942. Mrs. Dabney.
and posfcjWe a pageant depicting Osceola County history, a general Shipping houses of the Legislature to agree spur line between Lake Harbor
committee urged the commission I(I t 1 whose husband is partially blind
committee decided' Monday night. and Okeelanta in Palm Beach
Ito do everything within its powerto upon the proposal submitted"i II and is unemployed now has 10
Louie Lawler was chosen' president' of the Fiesta group, Ed I consolidate "all interests within i i' County. The property was sold children. One of her two most

Ualh. tire-president and Mac Eldredge. secretary-treasurer.: i the State" and enlarge "every pos- i:i Eskimo men. during a single at $25 an acre. ACL representatives recent twins died shortly after Its

An executive: committee composed of all local civic, fraternal, and i sible outlet for citrus fruit. t Seen in Two Weeks I i meal, have been known to consume I said work would begin on the birth in 1945.

social organizations was asked by the president to back the event I'I Regarding the commission's re- !i meat equivalent to five per I It-mile-long branch line In De-

uhkh, U properly planned, may be put on for a three-day period, 1 i search and advertising departments fc: ,_ I h cent of their total weight. cember. I
Or cndo Morr Cen'rrf' OIL
the committee ig
bites Lawler said. I recommended -
I that they be more closely LAKELAND-Initial grapefruit shipments within two SPACE HEATERS

co-ordinated and that the results weeks were foreseen by members of the Growers Adminis- Hearings Set
1 Holdup Admitted : Hendry Commissioners }I! of research be "projected in the trative and Shippers Advisory Committees at their organi- Tampa Transport I QIAKCR: COLEMAN UPUCLAMP
30-Gol Table Top
MIAMI TAPI Louis Franks 27 advertising and merchandising of zation for the 1947-48 I. I
AskedFORT I meeting season here yesterday in the
Electric Wtter Heaters
Salary Stop
. of UnVontown. 1'ayesterday our fruit. Florida Citrus Commission auditorium. {Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel sight-seeing certificate to transport -
MYERS [API A suit I TALLAHASSEE-Five from Tampa by Oil Floor Furnace
the passengers
pleaded guilty to attempted
"We want the research department Movement of the Florida orange- apPlia-j City Gas Floor Fences
holdup of the Riverside Bank Friday seeking to enjoin the Hendry tions for motor transpoort way of the Davis Causeway or
to continue iU researchon crop was not expected to begin I
and was ordered held on $20.- County Commissioners from receiving decay controls and more and I until the middle of October at Carroll To SpeakAt cates will be reard in Clearwater to Tarpon Springs Immediate Delivery
000 bail Acting U. S. Com. Henry nesday by the Florida Railroadand New Port Rlchey,
their present $75 a month better uses of citrus juices, con- earliest.In Springs. ORLANDOAPPLIANCE
Public Utilities Commission. and Homosassa
L. the bond
Oppenborn set after centrates and beverages,," the I view of imminent grapefruit Kiwanis Meet E. W. Garver Is applying to
hearing Franks' plea. I salary was filed yesterday In Acting Chmn. Wilbur C. King CO., INC.

d r --- County Court at LaBelle by SolonB. committee' said. i shipments the two committees, 'd said that he and the newest transfer a certificate of public I Authorized Net Point Sato i ........
who administer the Federal Mar- rSpe to OrVido Morning Sentinel
I INVESTIGATE IEFOKE YOU BUY! As for the advertising department ; member of the commission convenience and necessity from : til N. Orange Ave.Pkonb .
Crews of Fort Myers and Fort EUSTIS State Sen.
keting Agreement. voted to meet N. Ray
1 the committee said it believed 'I Richard A. Mack Coral Gables Florida Highway Express to a i 4S17 ad S-4M4
J weuta Denaud. The suit, similar to one it should be "aggressive and here next Tuesday to adopt a II Carroll of Kissimmee. governorof will conduct the hearing. Mack corporation by the same name. I
I : marketing policy for grapefruit. the Florida district of Kiwanis
decided there against the Lee dynamic." was sworn In :yesterday and left
Policy for oranges and tangerines will be principal speaker here to-
ti. Yew County Commissioners last Thursday -| "We also feel that this department i will be taken up later. night at the annual picnic for the last W. night E. Youngblood for Tampa of Tampa
Han Taw alleges that the salary is being :' thorough should examination be given by the a com-very The two committees met separately I Central division of Kiwanis. has made application for a State tlI l

A.nt paid under what is supposed to 1 mission to be positive that '! to organize and then assembled Other speakers will include John certificate to haul houses and
< be a general act but is actually a every- in joint session to discuss R. Wright of Lakeland trustee of other bulky goods. Brengle and i
TRANSACTION! thing is done through Benton and I
special act applying to Hendry Bowles. Inc. and through our ad- ', crop prospects. (1,Kiwanis International; C. Harold Son of Tampa also have appliedfor We have a "Special" Checking

County alone. to promote the I II' I Howard Phillips. Orlando, vice- Hippler of Eustis, past interna- permission to haul houses. In Account anyone can afford. .' jf.JJI .-
manager ,
Whitehurst who president, of Dr. P.. Phillips Co.. tional vice-president. .
George Jr. Hillsborough. Pinellas. Manatee ,
FRANK highest possible sales and the }I' Only cost lOc for each check
; represents Crews said last night'|I' was elected chairman of the ship- I The picnic will open at 4 pjn. Polk Pasco and Hernando Coun-

J 1 that the salary is paid under a |I widest the distribution committee of said.our citrus I I pers committee by a four to three In event of bad weather resulting ties. Gordan Hall Trucking Co. you write. No minimum balance. '
CREBS 1941 Act Is limited to counties of 1 commission vote over Fred W. Davis, Lake from storm action the festivitieswill has. asked permission to transporthouses
between 5,100 and 5,300 popula- I Benton and Bowles is Wales who afterward was elected be held indoors at the Lake in Hillsborough. Polk.Man- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO

Realtor tion according to the 1940 Federal The advertising special committee's agency. report 'f vice-chairman. Phillips was not County Fairgrounds. atee and Sarasota Counties. Capital and Surplus On. Million DollarsICXXBEB
present. Gulf Coast Motor Line of
WM one of two received by the I Other officers elected by the
Clearwater has applied for a
4 Me.. Study Course Group
Property. commission the other being from i shippers were R. Parks Williams.
aYws EapeM.,. ENLARGED FACILITIESTo the research committee on means :
...... Leesburg, secretary, and Frank Members Appointed
j tae aaa for standardizing blended
Serve Ton Better Seymour, Lakeland assistant secretary -
1 Paw a171.i la Oar New Ideation fruit and orange juice. I and manager a post he has TALLAHASSEE API The
U Alexander Place Cabinet filled three vacancies on
i The research committee ree- held since the formation of the
I THIS wttrt'a'r STAR USTIMtt ORLANDOTRANSFER committee in 1939. the Florida Course of Study Committee -
ommened that it be
j empowered -
i CoDe Park 3-bedroera untarnished & STORAGE CO. to conduct a continuing study I .The growers committee electedA. of yesterday a school principal.with appointment E., E.
V. Saurman chairman
I bungalow flO.MO TEL. 751' regarding "proper standards"and Clearwater -
; W. L. Story Winter Garden, : McCarty, Coral Gables a general .
"proper percentages' of or-
of Palm Beach County, fArA
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: vice-chairman; James A. Martell.
ange and grapefruit juices to be
Vero Mrs. Clara Capron. and a teacher, :
Beach and
.. .,..;.. ;- -" .rl.<""",:h'j- >__' used product.in the final blended mour, assistant secretary secretary, Sey-and Mrs. Margaret McGill.TERMITE r

}i ,, manager. Nelson H. Hinderliter,
I The committee's preliminarystudy Lakeland was re-employed as au
yesterday was undertakenat I! ditor. CONTROL

5 the suggestion of L. C. EdwardsJr. Three-man' marketing policy Z9 YEARS OF DEPENDABILITY

LYDIRECTNASHVILLE ; .. president of the Pasco pack- sub-committees will be appointed CALL. PHONE OR WRITB

ing Co., Dade City. I by the two committee chairmen -

$' : Fender, committee chairman i I between now and next H. L. COX pofr7L

5 Hrs 29 Min said the research group had also Tuesday. 713H IRMA IT.
I considered a Citrus Growers In- I Discussion of crop prospects was
stitute resolution asking the commission -
opened by Story who said he be-

LOUISVILLE 6 Hrs. 44 Mina r I to investigate and improve lieved it would be "close to Nov YES MAN

packing house practices that lead ; 1" before orange shipments begin. 1 v.; 3

'j CHICAGO 8 Hrs. to decayed fruit. ''Estimates by various members HOLDS THANKSGIVINGin ,.
B e' a e A third recommendation of the i gave the period between Oct. 10

i committee was that research into and 15 as the most likely time to SEPTEMBERAt :

the toxicity of thiourea. a chemi- : expect theh first shipments. Personal
j Now
RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE ll + cal for retarding fruit decay "be we celebrate rT'

., f continued as long as necessary.
I Call// 2-242 or fravogcnf New UofF Students "Thanksg .
your The research committee's report ing" in Sep .9rr, .,.
a.i was accepted on motion of .d i i
I I Com. John A. Snivel Jr. Win- Begin Orientation call tember.it CUs-e ; (

;3 ter Haven. I' s tomer Appre- -
to make
Regarding a project
ciation Month.
| of approximately 2,000 college
, citrus juice available at Florida I That's whenwe ,i-
scheduled to
freshmen register at
tracks, the commission votedto
1 the University of Florida during ourc
refer it to the Florida Citrus
I "Thm Moden Stopping Scnrk* at f,1 Exchange. United Growers and i the next three days, began an extensive u stomers.dealers .
; fLtR orientation here and
1KgIg program
.. Shippers Assn. and Florida Citrus friends how
Producers Trade Assn yesterday u < .
I They were slated to attend their much we haveappreciated

. first convocation this morningand K E. Wolf

.' hear an address by Dr. H. their business.

0. Docowibor IX Milt itnktmt weal plot. to Harold Hume acting president of Of course, we try to show our

l' ureic.a now, stainl.*** ...... Diaaal..'..-... the university and dean of col- appreciation every day in the

powored itraomlincr botwooa Mtoim-St. '* *...- lege of agriculture. Other ad- year by-saying "Yes" to 4 out

borg, Rondo, end Now York Cry, serving thai ministrative officials and student of 5 folks-by finding ways to DIRECTOR: Why not, Whitey? Everyone raves about the smooth

' o prmapol morn cmd dues of Florida .o..- leaders will also appear on the make a loan that others can'tor performance of Carstairs White Seal whiskey 1

j Georgia,the. Carolmcw.owl RicIo....., WoUuwgKM program while upperclassmen wont. That we've succeeded

..d PtHloaolpimullio. ro.t.wM...SMboard I is evidenced by the fact that"Personal" WHITEY Golly, maybe 111 get an "Oscar"! =
served over a mil-
to RichinoiKl; BcKmoiin' FroeVicktWg o J
j ... lion people the last year. Don't I
Potomac K.L to WaakMgta. ; P im ylv i R I.
'"; e to New York.Se ail...steel I,.-...$..*]coocho borrow unnecessarily-but if a DIRECTOR: Say, this grand drink deserves four awards. It'snot

, ... wig ...... r.cittiwg sets(aU roiorvod at M oxtraj mg: loan of $25 to $300 will servea only rich...
I worthy purpose, phone 23148or
. coat), radio pubic address "yto., Ivonuoirt

"lights ond...ocI_comf.*and con..m.nc a, t .see me at Personal FinanceCo. WHITEY: If tight besides I

Otkar fcotora wig indvdo she. popniortavoniJoviigoobiorvarraa = :,
can .d t rfco. I 't IF YOU SUFFER Open Mon. thru FrL SS."E.nuegsby _ _
Appointment. Closed Sat.
e-.e .. tress tha Ol aaTfcti ( DIRECTOR: And hearty as a handshake 1 .L.&e
"late.t digiv dioiaicoiy. rafngar.o + ', wry rhe..atte ..;. > "
*d cfirang con. Sleapi.g con, at ors .\ 'I..... th*. Mart ItLiiMC 1 INANCECOOf
will bo .... famKar Polniaa typo, to bo PFP .....,I n_....... WHITEY: Yet pleasantly mild always. I CARSTAIRS

rplaced, ....... .taM*. ..... Ba.d. .. .... ....... PPP trrr Orlando
SO year Offer relirfaa 24 South Orange A........
off-pnvoto-rooM cars as sooa as dEor"| fr-. a>ia>pln.'. kail*. -'=---c.- (Stairway next to F........ Finite Seal
I .U .._ B* ..r. ya. rt C Bakery)
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By BOB HAYES '1- I Cards Facing I

NOTE: Boy Hayes is attending the Florida Spotts Writers 1

Assn. at Miami and is filling in today's column with the opinionsof Cardinal $ White Sox Take O'Neil Drilling Junior Varsity
X Whitney ilartin. Associated Press columnist.By to Third

T*, WHITNEY MAITIN For Trial Test With Titusville I Drop i

tea NEW YORK [AP] Now that it is assured the Dodgers

Unlat and Yanks will meet in the World Series there will be Stretches Lead One Lose One j Coach Paul O'Neil yesterday shifted his interest to Or-

arguments as to whether Burt Shotton or Bucky Harris : : lando High School's junior varsity squad and with Asst. Coach !As Giants Win

sutIn. ) should be rated manager of the year. The managers of BOSTON TAP) The Chicago Bill GilmarUn began to weed the Tiger Cubs out for a starting -

the teams that don't win the pennants haven't a chance. CINCINNATI TAP] Whitehaired White Sox. who hadn't won a lineup while he kept an eye on the incoming storm re- i ST LOUIS rAP
This year though. we thing! Shotton and Hams Burt Shotton.. hired as a nnrts. With ,3:
are logical candidates. in ?
J stop-gap manager by Brooklyn last game Boston until Monday .i thoughts of overtaDnz th@ ___
Ehotton took the Brooks on short notice and without benefit of Sprii- The Cub eleven ---- -------
Spring. insisted yesterday he when they knocked the Red Sox pries the lid off'p nant-bound Bl'OOItyri.riodr";

el training with them. Harris was deprived of the services of Charley doesn't share the general opinion out of the American League flag its schedule against Titusville in practically gone down. the flat
: al Keller most of the season. and had an injury-riddled club most of the that the Dodgers shoo-in __ fadm St. Louis Cardinals
are a for chase. won their the East Coast City Friday night %en
:::11 ti me. Our own nomination for manager of the year is any housewife the National League pennant but r& second yesterday "We're faced with the prospect of fe..,

who can make ends meet with prices as they are. said "lf we beat everything in this when they bested the Red Sox 8-3 going to take everybodybut second place yesterday as the yn

league I don't see why we can't 11 in the closing game of a double- 22 players over there and York Giants handed them tfccr:

Holy Cross guards and tackles are listed as weighing %S9. 2!!. take the Yankees" in the World header. The Red Sox took the there is a definite reason." O'Neil third straight licking 7-2.

251 and 249. Any line which Series. opener 5-0 behind the six-hit said yesterday afternoon.
:, moves them out of the way should Rookie Ray Peat went aO tile

qualify for the weizh -1iUng championship The Brooklyn football and Shotton.reticent a field pilot as retiring house shutout pitching of Denny Gale- "Only one of these boys going : way for the Sew Yorkers. Hmiu. -

Dodgeri still are waiting for their "high line' to come down to find D.u'OCheraas as predecessor Leo i to Titusville has had previous experience Ing the defending chaupi nt Useren

out what happened to it in the 55-7 drubbing at the hands of theeveland was aggressive asked before and the loquacious Climax blow of the Chicago assault but were planning on hits for his fourth victory
: was a ninth inning grand using some of the rest. At the against one defeat.
a Browns. It was a case of "you take the high line and rn Brooklyn-Cincinnati game If he /IzL slam Harry
homer same
by Shortstop Jack timweve got to see what Brecheen was the }*sr, dre .
take the low line and 111 get the touchdowns before you." thouzht atMffriv: and a Half crsmoc, ,
Wallaesa his second such produc- they can do under game conditionsand pine hIs 11th came against
*- advantage to carry his I tion of the season. Wallaesa. who this is our only chance." wins. U
If you wanted to pick one spot where the Cardinals' chances club under the wire \ had hit his previous four-run (

turned from just faint to just ain't you might consider the seventh ""I'm not even thinking about VII homer against the Athletics Quarterback John Cully, who The Cards broke a ccortlesi

Inning: of the third game of the recent "crucial" sene s with the it. Shotton said. "\11 I'm banged yesterday's off Bill.Zuber. railed signals for the Cub team deadlock with a run in the nftfe
thinking about right now is win : : fourth Boston last year but who is viemg with en a triple by Ron Northey
Do dgers. The score was tied at 2-all and Murry Dickson got the first : 2: pitcher. John Francisco aad i
nlntoday's game. After that -- Taffy Wright Chisox for the varsity rgle by Terry Moore but tfct
two Dodgers out easily. Then he walked right
Dixie Walker. and it was I'll think about post this season, will
tomorrow's. fielder. clubbed make the Gains> moved in front 3-1 in
BURT four
i just hke getting the first olive out of a bottle. From that point on Asked how he thought the ,i SHOTTON trips in the second hits in four trip with the Cubs. s entb on a double by WaLCoprr. tfee

Dodgers just poured over the plate. That one walk did Dodgers would stack no plans. game after :
if it. and the up against getting one in three trips in the "We're taking Cully because the a single by Willard Mir.
f Cards never could.get back on even terms. although the American League champions hail and
they gave it the opener to pull his batting average Cubs don't have a quarterback." Sid Gordon 12th hate
old college try. It is conceivable even probable that had Dickson he thumbed his suspenders and to 332. only four points in O'Neil explained. r.m of the season. -

disposed of Walker for the third out the Dodgers wouldn't have been replied"That's: Auburn back of Ted Williams, the league "The rest of the boys who make The GIants finished Breefeees

able! to get started the next inning. Sez he. second guessing. ., beat in the future. But if Ragged leader. the trip and our starting lineup of.f in the eighth with a four-raj .
44 -, I don't see everything why in this league ,,! Galehouse was aided by some will be announced tomorrow'," he uburst which included fire &n.I !

Headline: Giants hit 201 home runs; Reds win. 3-% and ':-t. Let's Yankees." we can't take the alert fielding in the opener as added. I te-s:: and Coopers 33rd home res. r
check: those figures again. The changing of the Joe Louis-Joe Wal- Shotton said no individual Coach Declares -- plays the Sox whipped off four double Meanwhile. O'Neil kept an eye Northeys: 14th homer gave tile

cott bout from 10 to 15 rounds was just a technicality. It won't 10 including himself behind him. oeeled on the approaching weather Cards another tally m the O&&.
responsible FIRST
unless you're talking about the referee's count. Labeling it a cham for the Dodgers' ont ss this sea- !, CHICAGO (A) BOSTOIII) (A) C. : remembering three years ago 4--- ga: -4- SId: Gordon faced: a 12-htt New
.11 r II .. when another York attack with three
pionship fight.- though. will justify championship prices. son."We'e I I AUBURN Ala. [TAP! Coach ""' :'-JII: t I I ..,.....",. .11 C 1 r .II II 1 .: him only two practice storm permitted days for a homer and Walker Cooper singles tad ,
H.-.la..1f also _
got .
a ball Carl Vovles was dissatis IIISJ'.Sy.: t 1 2 "'
again Bisbld" :3 two Big Ten Conference homered for the Giants.
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there fied
Brighter days mar be ahead for the Philadelphia Phils. Their every day with his sophomore studded TtIb 3 A I :. W.IiI..if I 11 I II games. Northey hit a four-bagger for
farm system produced four pennant winners trying to beat the other fellow," Auburn Tigers as they went Tuilrrrf. 3I1ZsDorg.5: I I \ I ; Cards t4is.:.
and 10 first-dmsion he declared. ".n....... I 3 J M.I'r The Tiger mentor planned .
eIu bs. Barney Poole currently at Mississippi. is starting his sixth Jackie Robinson, Negro through another lengthy scrimmage T..b.t\I..neb b 3 I = .......... .t .1 1 I t 1 blackboard drills and workouts inside JOHN CULLY | HEW VKK '.) I IT. LMHS (i) '
first session. j
year of college footbalL Hell learn 3114i'Y.llu... 41211 the loaned to Cubs. ..rll. II!. dlr-
that Senior
game yet. by gum. He played baseman. was mentioned. Signal timing. blocking PUMLp I Ill J.8..p CI Iii: High School gym- a.,24erlI 'I I 1 .W1I ,. I I .53'kwr
as a soph at Ole Miss and aPIIIllIr 1. I I Il nasium in the -- --- ...
42. with North "Jackie's event the weather siiIlww"
... ... Carolina as a Marine V-12 a great kid. a smart pass defense wereall I. 1:
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ragged. -----I
student in '43. and with Army the past three years. The Notre Dame boy who kno..sahat. Us all said the head man after watching i!! Tmal. :8.* f !4 t.i Toah -----1 3t 311 r. 13 becomes too big an obstacle. SItlI.ib T-t'ww.rf : : :J ;= If : : : S --

\ football brochure Includes a pronunciation dictionary; for players'nama. about." Shotton said. "His record his charges make contact for more i i --rued.. by m-for.,..:Faeiak la_Mk.WK The injury jinx hit the Tiger Phils Beat Bucs "f-.,,.' t I I 1 JiWilIlef t. t I'I
speaks for itself" ..... camp yesterday when \f..n. t 1 J 1 I4wi. $1113
Shucks. we didn't need that. Anybody could pronounce: than two hours. rt. __ __ &AI-4 John I;erx I 1 t I CFw.w! I .
( Buiyntlewicz and Ciechanowicz and Zzmjewski. "lie had a terse "Xo com Voyles. however. continued his !I -- lit.*: aer-j Young one of the guards O'>eil ........ C I I I ..... J I 1 i .

fever time. Especially in hay ment" for a query as to his future praise of Halfbacks Freddie Gaf- IS4.It trror.- Koltowasr Wilbaav. WtrtiatU.Joint. Roa ...u... .U.: was planning on elevating to a rSm_. Ills 1........... 2115 4.1.
!i I plans. "I've hi" ....11..07. ,.. TtIobfturob. first string post, came witha .... I I C .-
I ', had the same ford. Ray Pelfrey and Billy Ball I'M.zi& o.U." Tbre.bar* 1111a. : up j"-w.. 1. I I I-
answer for that SWilfew; .phh. twnhle plan broken hand.It To Quit Cellar .
Gafford : aaIItr.
question and ,
aU Pelf
Nice gesture of rev are waging i a! i PapUh. Kaliaeia aad ,
the Grand Rapids. 3Iich. Lions Club )In i Tart. Prakj, Itnerr and ----1 ___
\ sending1little season. heShotton said. red Ju believed -""
Charlene hot duel for the Tiger tail- : Ow.takeei; ieee.. Inkr eDIt .lorn; was the injury would Tacaf w 112371W! Twlakj t "
I % t
.. Flsk. 5-year-old Rockford Mick. girl who lost both who has been in baseball back slot. Both gave excellent; i B T.lIot.,...;-.. >_and Perky. Left aa aacai: Cairaxo. 2. keep Young sidelined for at least I fF1

: arms in an accident, to New: York for the amputees baseball game for 39 of his 62 years came examples yesterday of their fin > fw Ps(5 BMw oai 2. bill by G..im: oft: Pipuh.. t. I IBPUC girUamn : -; !three- weeks causing him to miss PITTSBURGH API] The Philadelphia '. .-12ee..I-I by .--... Sm W1a.I k11W ..-

after the sponsors decided they wouldn't be able to finance the trip out of retirement to manage the running passing and kicking 131.y.uI. Boriw 1.- Bo.IL I IrUC3'1D erie openmg game against Robert Phils bounced out of the .... y- ;- ----- ...,"'"'
is they had planned. Brooklyn last April at the request abilIty_ t I CHICAGO; (A &A"EJ E Lee here Sept. 26 National '1. lowta __- SlIIII.11-4
835204; cellar
Branch LA1 yesterday Env Hear Raw IIe u4 .
of Rickev. IVvtepr oyles lIPS. .' ta.ere. X.
nn> ; spoke highly also of his Young joins Jack .
.5,51. Lyons. a re- ftaB Cer4V : Xtte W
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11: as Blix Cantwr J. :
dent after &>-11 I I I 4 Donnelly scattered nine Xarkar
|I Baseball C nL A.B. two top guards. Floyd Fulrarr h.Ia34yS llfimbo.D S 1 I I I sen e end who suffered a fresh ..ttaM Wn Rir. W Caanr Ttrva-kaa. :
t 1 I I '., .. M
Cobb Exceeds Mark : Chandler suspended Durocher. and Phillip Poundstone and of Bn4f t 2 4 t t1Dbuo.cf-n.! t S.I J I 1 2 I I injury to an old shoulder injury. Pittsburgh hits to beat the Pirates. tb.y?bartS,1 llyn"8- _Mariea GeIIoa.. C- s.. ,.
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Yanks Browns I End Ray Uillims 172-pound. TeStS 4 1 0 2 II"-U.U' I 1 I 1 I 2-1. ...omM''.* Pa-lIlIhIl .. a_
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In I Meanwhile the Birmingham 3. 1 1 1 lI bMw: .... Tortballi I .
Initial RaceSALT pennant bound sophomore. il&U,34.M S J 2 I :m'.Ie.rf t. 1 I I -. An unearned run by Charley Lwl. 4 1w. .
C-bw. 1 .
'! i 1 j Dodgers moved another game The Plainsmen opened their )0c54s.alIlIIlJwwz.lb 14.ye 30l71 Nats Snap Gilbert in the fourth, and another ; Rita an B,_fcnk I !a i f Pert 1_I IMan 4 I_
LAKE CITY [API John ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals third week of IIIIIIFe-es.c' t 1 J 7 1 Losing wsa i T *1 *, ; affi _'"
( : drills yesterday with ff12.p II 122'uberurIdr.IIOIb by Del Ennis in the eighth. with i t>rr i H l Larivt jwabwi
Cobb of London. in the first half I I by taking the third : Rertee.1. I ms'n Brm.,... PMwan .
Split 1 and final game concentration on the Mississippi! ''Mwpao.p 11111 the aid of an error and two walks. Dr.:.. aad Jta, >
of his race late yesterday for new : Slugfesfs |, of the series from the Cincinnati Southern curtain-raiser in Mont- IZ"p 11111 gave Donnelly his victory.

world records exceeded existing I Reds 7-3. With 10 games left to gomery next Friday night. I l&sIwi Dni.p 31111 1. 1 Mel Queen was charged with
marks according to a broadcast {' play, the Dodgers can clinch the I I fAt.p 11111 Streak Win 4-1 the defeat Sinkwich Seeking *
from Bonneville Salt Flats. :NEW YORK TAP! The American : National League flag by I lawetLe I ; ,
Winter .chrrioe (N) ; PITTSBURGH IN)
On the north to south run be League champion New York four of them. Four Cardinals defeated Softball Play ____ 15,55. .5,5.1 Retirement From
: also Totals M tltK # Teiaa It sun IPpti, j I 1 1 I ICusIblIf. 5. 714
achieved 385JU5 miles per hour Yankees and last place St. Louis would do the trick. 1Iaiir'd! fer DPaI 1a ..... I WASHINGTON API Early ';tlIey-.r :ilIiIW..Oiaief 31121 .

for the measured mile compared Browns hammered out 45 hits yes- : Ralph Branca scattered 12 hits Opening Postponed :; .b-Boa..,. far....rMe. ,5 ____ Wynn snapped Washington's six- tn"6Jf: : 5 1 i 1 -G8.ot..JII I. 2 3 J Pro Football Team
,i effectively to for Zrr Ja 1 Rh. : llyrs't5rf4I4lCuIr.W'
w"h his world record of 368.9. 'terdayhIle register his 21st tri-t ::5..,.. O..nM _.__ __ game losing streak with a four- 21131
splitting double- : :: Ir.--: 1-- -' IM.I..I-I> retkl'tl A 2111134.lIilILib" :
) S""neH
a 311112
a broadcast said official timers : umph. tying him with Cincinnati's The ) ) 3nw ._ w. "I Ill-S hit pitching job against the Detroit Sw.3b: 21122w.M; 4111 I NEW YORK tAP] Frank Sink.
announced. The time for the i'fcj'ometer header. The Yanks won the Ewell BlackweU for the most wins inaugural Winter Softball .Bn.: Stew.. Riiaa baaed 1 la: Dickn .. Turk Tigers here last night as the HesIierThIlISS11r t 1 % J I.',''W ch. former All-America back at

was given as 388.019 ,J 'opener 8-3 behind rookie Dick in the majors. The Dodgers made League twin Park bill scheduled for ExposItion :...Hajran.MN Te.tet.fl.n.RaIbSw. 4. .Jfete. Hani-X, .1whj.fl<>
miles per boor compared with Starr' and the Browns copped the only six hits off Bucky Walters poned yesterday was post 'a...!-!ht-. SlA""a bMw: MvhaeK Wri ht X, defeat. 4 to 1. It was Wynn's 16th D.webU.p Sl14b- 1 11111 Football Yankees: to place him on -.
Cobb'i mark of 369.7. i and Kent Peterson, but because of inclement ue r oarriflm. : liKkaeU. vx ri M. Tnxwtu victory. : I :s -$1121 te voluntary retired bet became
j windup. 8-2. with. Sam Zoldak came weather and re-scheduled I.r!..p "' eSti.! >; aj.,:?? n B<.ei on '-11I.. I. ;
Mechanics: Immediately began through in the clutches to chase for tomorrow ball : err Hufaes I, off Deal 3. off Xlobbs J. off Al Evans put the Nats into a i 'cBul 21111 of a knee injury. Dan Topping
I preparing the for L 1 ,going all the way for St. Louis. II in the runs 5.b1." -Stnkemfa. : by Ua>ae> v. by Oral J.. 20 lead in the second inning whenhe -----I l lX.I.S _____ president of the All-America Conference -
car the
run I i Mur ''I nbl" 4.5.45,12.
northward. To claim a record i i The Browns executed eight dou- Bruce Edwards clouted a three- ': Rexall Jim Wunderlich's Stroud lul.i 1 < off*C.344; am 2 Hiu off errDu173.I M .rpf-r l I. I lifted his second home run of U1127141 TitMa *21117U team. said last night.
Cobb must drive both I run double in the first to start the : Drug nine will lock horns (none 01. ji "Thl; oft ZuV, l m ]I. wiM pitch: the season into the leftfield nowkhd- fnr WixHaMaB ta Mh. 1 The one-time flash of the grid .
i 1 We ,
tt ways Within L: plays in the twin bills with Newman IVal L<-ii" : ,
five in ball p.Iy4T. Deal i
an hour. Time for both J i rolling. Insurance in the Bo)r r. Staaunr: 8&11 Paxarr.'.. lupun Hurkj"" bleachers after Tom McBride had b-Ru. tor Fattrtd ta la, i ic iron conferred: with Coach RaY
I' (the BROOKLYN first Tlifd aM for SaweD ja MLrar '
second (M) game at 7:45
runs is the mark entered in game as Sam Zoldak ,i .4Fl. I CINCINNATI) 11I., ; p.m. and Moses -- --- -- walked. br taftKtlPhiixtrlpMa : Flaherty after the Yanks defeat

crd books rec- \!i''spaced 10 Yankee hits for his R.15124 I 1 1 2 .1 lBe&tpf .It t 1 r II 1 .f .I Pharmacy meets Hill Hardware in Winter Garden Ocoec Sherry Robertson's triple and .. __ ____ IM Ml "!_1 ed the Dons in Los Angeles Fri

[ eighth victory against 3481m,1b: : ; : : 41131 the nichtcap! at 9 p-m. Earl Wooten's single redWashington Pi .imriH. __ _._ HI-I day night and decided to retire
nine de- lUI.-r.rf 1 i 5 I i! Winter Loop officials Teams Play/ Enori: ; r-. -. Rax baCad U; Jam. at least
Wabr 4 are busy Toniaht- into a> 5-ft lead in the foe- the 1947
feats. Young if t 1 1 I I Tl" Sike.d T.-b. klta: .._.. KJattL
Karl s I Tnrw
Baseball's Big Six I Drews first Rrn8i.u 2 1 1 .. 3 S 313 1 II 1 : readying appropriate opening day The Winter '" fifth before Eddie Lakerammed kaM hi'": Vafkwm. -*<...* haft Silken Eimu' Sinkwfeb, named the National
'8" T Atarf : of four, Yankee fLngers, was FunlfcxfE4ar4f zlleG.i.m.1 s..is j ceremonies and these will be made Garden All-Star a home run into the left field 8 f Pr 1 Softball
t I I I I ,. team in and hulu .
liMilky. tangles with t\laKH
Threw leaden In earb leatne> -, charged with the defeat. J-'es.-a 3112154ma..2l : : : : : I i! public tomorrow. at Walker Field, Winter Ocoee bleachers opening the sixth. Washington Mil; awl V Tbaa.: Loti.. md kar .LtFfr.it: P5t3t-44.a: Dan .. player in net while with De

w Plarae sr.and Philltta Club u_ 140 O 514 Ab 7 R* 186 H -3S2 Pet.i I With all of the regulars with Re.hl&eLp...., : : : I EZis.2b) : : : : ; j j COMMUTERS today at 7'45: pjn. Garden matched that run in the Qt.ers 1*. PtlUhura'". Seeril 1'I.1. 4-plwsis; DoxInol'J 1. left roil, had been hampered by a
4 GET sixth u'oeu
WUhaiB*. Red Sox 145 4*8 lid 164338 i the exception of se.i BREAK Winter Garden players including when Mickey Vernon and 2- .aull 3. Rt.a pff qua,. I 111 ._ knee cartilage Injury .nfItrrd .
w nsss. White Sox liT 377 48 125 J32 Outfielder Tom- ::: I I I I ; j :NEW YORK (UP1 The Long IsI I Tom McBride singled Evans scoring C-..., I hi t -'SO Lwtr. P"rlIft: -ws"" while he was In the serr*
Xt McCeakT eer. Plralea. Athletic127__ 503 72 164 J2! my Henrich and Shortstop Phil ,.......... IIIItTa. land Railroad decided to do some- Crawford Mal Clark. George Howard O. Vernon on a long fir to right 1 Lmpi ... Barr JorO andLADIES .:......... ire. He underwent an epera-
13? 535 114 ..
1S8 Britt.
..arrefl., Cob _h_ .314 Rizzuto getting well Si. I thing to cool off its M. Parker. DETROIT (IA) i WASHI1II5TOII IA) Ion before
11* 440 52 138 .314 a deserved ---- ---' patrons: so it Pat Murphy Dave I the 1916 *ta.on aM
C.w Hunt Ratted in ToUl. St T *T SI Tote installed four fans. Harris Bob ..... .brbI. .5,5. NIGHT! I s-as used
Amancan Laaaua t rest, the Yankees pounaed Fred s-flIed S3 1 11 K U each capable Spears Ed Hudson :I! I. :; I I 1 SWotwrf 4 I 1 1 IlesZb I sparingly I last year
National Hal
Laagua i f for A4aM lib. Hamm ; RACINE, Whs.
.....Red Sox 98'Uise.. Giants 132 Sanford and Walter Brown for 14 '-, n.it.l hr rvtiM : stk. of circulating 12.240 cubic feet of and Harry Borysewich. ) 4II21L.-.b : ; Ill APJ Pres. Max Flatfoot Frankte.I however!
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He nrieS. Yaakeea M Kiner Piratea 122 hits to -IU for. PnUad U Stft.onr air a minute in the plaza of the are urged I I RYp..1b 1 II II I I Carey of the All American Girls' seemed headed for Another
DiMatlMb Teaks Sl: oopcr, Giants 111 register an easy win in the .by oaten; station. by the manager to report to the R.k,4IdIt I I I 1 I 31,804..."if. J J I a IKlbi3b I I Baseball Lea rue yesterday fined mati
opener. CelilE' 41111 i season tnis summer when ce
Haena field i
Bwttm at
Runs 7:15
William I -----M* Ml l1-f pm. E'.n cf t. 1 2 TD 2. 1 :i: Catcher Ruth Leasing of the
Red Sax n Kiner. Pirates 43 Starr making his CtMtBMEl Ill **I HVJ-3 ----- --- ("-"" .,. J S I I 11..1tI'. showed plenty of Ilk old
GordoDlDdta... first start for I I I Grand Rapids
3* Mue. Ctant 41 ErT8II1IZ.: Wf.... II Club $100 for
Ram speed
1\\ Re ath. Brovas 26.UarahaH. Glints 35 tHe Yankees, gained his first I onta i R.MT 2. Walk r. htted 111: Ed- SsanIwr... a. I J 25'e't..lf J 1 2 I I2 I slurring an and power at the
vic- HnamU. Lu5 J, 'r'h. p I 1 I lIwyll. a. I 2 I umpire in Monday training
tory although he hit H.ttoI. Tel-Ses. Ski: E4.ar1. St4-p TSr.. Wanted One Punter NM-tulIp I I I night's camp at Cheshire.
Iron Man Joe McGinnity. in Henrich chipped was solidly. :: )m1. __: lf.an5l. : as Gators aUaiaa 1 11111 11| I cine. playoff game with F.a- But after the*' league
in with four Kotaar. .
1903. pitched both games in three i _,.. tietmmBaMatoa. ten an bMw- -----I Buffalo Sinkwich knee
safeties Br T. : Ulnt'
double and drove in three inrimutl It Bun on billi; Bratx. Yes SI 1 4 II IK T"' ." It I 17 U '

headers and won all six. i- runs batted-in to increase his season's runs t vr."!'tn.I'en 1. 2 Hno. Petman: OH Wuinr 5. Strikwuu 5 in 7 1:-1 Branr.inn:r">5.; Seek Right Combine of New Men stare e-V1'r&br ..lasicjiDetroit .. fee:ewlmiMr .. ..... ..I C. B. MacDonald of Newport. swollen able pain and He he p'ayed suffered! 'in UK&
i total to 94. P.1mM. 1 R. I.aas
u 1
I > l'3 inning Los.ri the ,first U. S. men's
pittuer; two
1 ;
r I Hal:en. rawtrei: Get.eflie; : GAINESVILLE [ _-___ .golf eames and then asked
US I (FIRST GAME) Bobo. rAP] Fielding Yost, who once said his WatMaaleJi II ill 4 champion in 1895. di coped from
CALk IT. LOUIS IA) I IIIEW YeaS fA) JlicbiganVolverines had E'ur.)1Sri4e.: Rum, a'te-l ia: E:<.... IWomea the rooter.Tiit .
abrMeaDt1lnvp5 dlr.. | only a punt, a pass and a prayer, Lake Three l>a Janiro-Pellone! could well how ram: E._ Lake Kialea 5.I W_.._
: lernan.
t 1 1 C F're7.b! Fight imagine Florida's -
4 J 1 1
Ray "Bear".oIl .
DRIVER THAT PACKAGE I _LeI 44454H.Iebcf 5e431. feels this lx b.a .a urljraa.. "I II'., an* v__
DtUrrrUt tad111: P.M. ar4l..2b4eiT3-uDdeiLY! 21131 Fait Wolf says he has only two of those football Left .. bMw Petmi *. Wa>knf'ni 4. Bun
Rlatll.ll Victor Gets 1 ingredients, aa balk; v..!..u.ii1, Wmi t. .
OILANDO PARCEL 1 *!Berr..If 1131. Title Go the nraver and the Ratrklanai 1.
OEUYERY nass.. ..
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PHONE 7284 J.d..4.1b 51lSlP111ps.1b t 1 2 r :NEW YORK [API George Q'.larterbacks Doug Belden and, I la.*; HotrMlHna 1* t. \\ KENTUCICY
C.Ie.lLrf 4 : c- Uwio fUtttrr: XewHmmr TIM: l:5L :
I 1 1 WCRr.,35 I 1 1 I 1 Julian CalpiniMIXE : ct.1-1
K_.. 21131.iaLiat.e J 2111. Gainford. manager of Welter- Schamberg can really throw I..w Ro34.-4 ...4 BwTF "Asr
j pu'ford.p I a 2 S .,.Lz1.j. t 1 I 1ills I I weight Champion Ray Robinson. '<4 that football, and will but workouts traveling the length of the line ,{
W.ISw.1I.. 1 1 IkaJr.P :1 : said to date have failed from left HOST STRANDED
i LEARN TO I --- -{ yesterday he had agreed to to reveal end to right end, whileD '
Toea1s U J I U l-r YotaII -SS'--1IT- I; t have Robinson defend his title a candidate who can kick. well Rushing went from the MILWAUKEE UPI When By- I .
PLAY PIANO lOt. 1..iI ___ __aiaaaaI .n-a I against the winner of the Swinging to the "formation ron Heinemann entertained dinner -
I Sew Tart M! Ma all- I II coming I in order to take right flank to the left "'mg. guests at a restaurant several
By develetuat; a touch .y tenupraccteuf I Errvn;: .,...!.. UixfeB. DUlmjar Roaa kat Tony Janiro-Tony Pe !'one fight. advantage of the ,
I > .bat t. ever ted la DUlloirt. Renriek 3. B. B....... Utllar: Janiro and Pellone meet ,, speed his squad offers. the Gator Former Center Sam Cole is now miles outside town he left his i
Lessons tn Tour homes Kixaata .. Jadnith. gKubana. T-,-.u* BlU;: Madison Square Garden in mentor will in any event have a a fullback candidate, and one-time own automobile at home. planning i,
JO ,. .. Friday
txMCOBS Kotr Benr ch. Tee rv-- .
Mi; End
FMUIp' Glenn
t : night. speedy, shifty Cary filled the to ride back with one of his
Adults or Children Hoaw run. B. Btava. LoII... Jadnlrk. CMaai Managers of the two said I touchdown-minded vacancy !
Call Ernie Hansen kaa.. J>llliJ>iar. Hacnfu: 1;,.".. Pouhle plan' ::: '! they preferred to wait aggregation. l left by Cole among the end can- guests. Each driver thought the :

...... uss er Box U at.-SUr aad wpbeaa PliiUipt.. Berardlne KterVna and Judnlck aad Judalra.I: Bunta.Left Fre '! either December or January< until be- ., A football player Juggling a't *t d idates.Yesterday's. host was riding in anjther, car I,

buai, : L Lauif 1. See y,-.. T. Batea aa aa i fore meeting the champion. ; performed :yesterday by Wolf practice covered and .Heinemann ended up hitch- ,'
--- j I found fIVe candidates in new post- 'I practically i every phase ef known hiking home. I ILzLAss..A

tions when the dist of practice football, including particularly deer -
!! : FtalT 1.
WEDNESDAY : bp bb 9. Stan I. I.1.W W Bn Bran.. 2.X.flips Utrtkeinfnnl cleared away and most surprising d pressure of charging linemen. : i

0 N L Y POUIII.", .; kailrmptr S :Ia 1M t !.'._. ': "'. Brow a 4 I I..: err 4. was the manipulation which placed I fensive line play pass offense un- t 1r., I .
Lubeg atuan- and
: Oaafocd of .
MORNING ...: :Ucl rJer.! :uce-a... GtU. ID4 Fullback Gasper [Vic) Vaccaroat coverage punts. _. ,
Q ft,.,..
!, TIB: 1-I 2.IT. guard. In addition there were 40 min INSURE: YOUR CAR NOW ,

LOUIS(SECOND IA) | GAME NEW) VOlE I A 186-pounder from Tampa. I utes of team offense in which all Automobile Insurance t.
I ."r..1! ,.5,5. i: Vaccaro played at the fullback J backs and ends came in for plenty : Nationwide Service Savings I 1

If you'll come ;in Wednesdc Lftua..of DIDItnJ1o 3224WC t I 1 I 1 1It1nIto".n t 1 1 I 2 ; spot for the Gators last Fall but of ball handling and bids for Automobile Club Service Agency !

'Corning, B wMMwb11lTlLIM4iIj CIII.41111 i a speedier ball carrying 'orps this yardage against a tackling defense. $4E.Crltrai Pboaa SSS II

you'll find some real bargains! 'I II BukJT:....... 1111I&B.n-.E S 1 I J f- iM..Ie.cf 11131 I year and the need for Freshman
t 0 1 I
t I Alex '
Js4n! kIb I I II* IPWIUulk* t I 111 1 kicking ability in
: rwma.it 4 II 1 11\\ Anoulb 4 I III the backfield influenced the

SLACKS Woi E wibc.. .>, 41111Beuk.g 4IIIRRpe.s, J 81121. 1 t change. J HOLLINS

5.95Ctleneie )ll>r,iri 1.1.1 The sideline attraction of the "TARS"
KtaiapertTWlU .. I I I I I new deal shuffle found Bill Turner
Rawkskin. to finish out the summer laIt_ I III I
and also Iorsiinp I I I I I
fine for .
school wear. lbHwibM I
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**BW te i SERVICE Oct. University of Richmond
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SPORT SHIRTS '. ttm k"* toaiou; Call// "Scotty" etRRITT'Q Southern: Conference
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a Only 3 doz. of Ktran: Phillips lte&>bola. R. --.. RUM *
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\, YOUR MEMBER.-STOMACH-AN'RE-VOU ONLY 60T- l '- ( SAID'LAST KETCHUP WEEK-HE SHE'S : StandingsNATIONAL I 1! Athletics SplitDoubleheader St. Petersburg To Field Green I


\ PERSONALLY NEVER. / LUSHWELL'S LEAGUE Team; Heavy Line Light Backs !
=\TOUCH 1'P4' STUFF' ? I : W L. Pet GB GTP I
IEMEDy.ITNOTO4Ly) Brooklyn 90 54 .625 10 With Indians ST. PETERSBURG [AP] A heavy but inexperienced line. '

p .* REMOVES THE PINJ( St. LOUIS 80 61 .567 8*z 13 a light and equally inexperienced backfield-that's the quick Down $$100,000

STOt New Boston York 79 74 67 67 .541.525 12 14\i 14 9 PHILADELPHIA [API A seen size-up of the St. Petersburg Green Devils for the 1947 foot-

r- /t; AS WELL I Cincinnati 69 78 .469 224 8 run rally in the seventh inning of ball season. l NEW YORK fUP) Tennis Promoter
I Ph'dlphia 59 85 .410 31 11 Coach John Sexton found only nine returning lettermen
the nightcap gate the Philadel- Jack Harris of Chicago.who
:t 77 24 ... i
65 .458 12 .
: Chicago Athletics vnen" ne openea ran practice ana ':
..- phia a 7-3 win over the : already has Bobby Rlegs under
. Pittsburgh 59 86 .407 31"2 11 only two of these were regulars on I'I
to line
1 telPE I games to play. Cleveland Indians yesterday anda I last year's team.Graduation contract expected
Wimbledon singles
U. S. nd
t the Cobb Breaks All up ;
W Results YesterdayNew split in doubleheader to hit the green and Champion Jack: Kramer for a

S York 82. St. Louis 3-8. keep alive flickering hopes of a white hard but it was the unexpected world-wide tour against Riggs that
r Boston 5-3. Chicago 0-8. loss of three other
first division berth. Cleveland key men In
will eclipse anything professional -
" m* Cleveland 5-3. Philadelphia 3-7. I that really hurt Line Capt. John
r Washington 4. Detroit 1. copped the first game 5-3, and at Jackson is sidelined after knee tennis history."It .
II a
Race Car Marks
the end of the day's proceedingsheld would gross up to $300.000,
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh [night] operation; Tommy Tucker regu- world conditions at.
three and I depending on
a one-half
. Gregg (351s Ostermueller game lar left halfback in his sophomoreand
,HATS TELLIN& 'EM, t 112-81. edge on the Mackmen.Joe junior years has transferredto the time the tour is made. said
Gordon hit SALT LAKE CITY TAPJ John the veteran promoter who put
two pro
LUSHWELL WATCH YOUR.( New York at Chicago 121-lott home a Tennessee prep school. and
.I ___ ___ ::' Y. (3-81 and Kennedy (9-121 or runs and a single in the opener Cobb of London established new Owen Richards. groomed in tennis in the high income brack
to help Bob Feller to his 19th world records of 394.196 for fullback. is in ets.
'- I Hansen ((0-41) vs Hamner [1-01) speed for Spring practice
OUR. HEALTH win of the.season. GeorreIet- "And I want to make Kramer
-I :
and Borowy [8121.Philadelphia military service.
U I the measured mile and 393.825 for
: : kovich also "
chipped with .
at Cincinnati in a at least $109 000. be added.
_7__ ifl7 '- il1THATt7LO&ES TO THE circuit: swat.Cleveland the kilometer, accordmg to an of- Transfers to St. Petersburg
At the moment. he
or so ,
Vander Meer
I Judd 4-141 vs 18131 have helped ease the burden. Welcome say7
& ---- :i- ; COHTfllBUToQ WHOSE clubbed Bill McCa- fie i a 1 announcement broadcastlate newcomers are Joe McLeod, Harris is only tone of several pro-

-- '-.. (-- --, "'. t-ETTe/2. WAS LOST- W I Boston at St. Louis [Imchtl han for three runs in the open- yesterday from the Bonneville former St. Leo back and Jimmy moters hoping to land the tow-

'SI! Voiselle [8-11J vs Munger n4-41.] ing inning of the nightcap but Salt Flats. I Haslam 210-pound tackle from headed Los Angeles champion who
1e i W L Pet GB GTP could make no headway against I Ardmore Pa. made a successful defense of his
York 91 54 .628 9 Bob Savage. Sam Chapman's I The cheerful Briton after beIng with
I New U. S. crown Sunday a magnificent -
e Rollins Boss Works To .. Detroit 78 65 .545 12 13 double with the bases full climaxed dogged for more than a Haslam teams with Otto Freu- comeback against mech
: denberger one of last year's
Plug the regulars -
seven-run seventh.
r Boston 77 66 .538 13 10 month by engine and other I anical Frankie Parker."I .
The split in the doubleheader to give Sexton a pair of.tackles -
Cleveland 75 68 .524 15 10
gave the teams an break I troubles, thus attained the fast- over 200 pounds Fred O Callaeahan think I can do more for
Ph'dlphia 72 72 .500: 183! 12 at "
e Chicago 67 77 .465 23'2 11Vashgton 11 games each for the season i i est speeds man ever reached on : junior center, is another Kramer than anyone else Harris
Tackle Gaps in Tar's Line CLEVELAND (IAI) PHILADELPHIA FA] L 200-pounder. The ends will be in said. "But if he thinks I can"
83 .415
59 30 11 land.
:I 1 .5,5. .1) aSrb. a I the 165-pound class and guard 111 gladly release RU&s so thet'o
St. Louis 54 88 .380 34l 2 13 MltrMI 4 I 2 1 C.MM o>kj,IT I I a 2 tMrtknrfccf t The London fur broker exceededthe of them cash in for all
candidates can
11 i Results Yesterday I 1 I 2 "i>\-tin.rf S 1 5 1 I range from 14S to 190
. DON K By VINCENT 00 ( the best tackles in the State" 1. I J '% I8.SId'elLoaSIIZhIF.rS.ib much sought after 400 miles regu- ,
1. 'Rrrt' ( r .- D '' Philadelphia 2. Pittsburgh I i| : 4 1 l 11 hour the 'lar from last year's team. holds promoter is doing it for them:'
per lor measured mile
: y r McDowall said. 7. Cincinnati 3. ri-miiull> 3 e 7 \l.r.5.b 4 ? I on
5- BREVA?D. N. C.-Coach Jack Meet the New Tars He described Brinegar as a real New Brooklyn York 7. St. Louis 2. lo4.aib3eu4'a.Krlmn- 4 II I C I siidrr., ..2b 4 a I 1 :3 his northbound run. His speedwas down the quarterback post. Linwood Harris put Riggs and Don Budge
f t I I X I Gray. left half filling on an 11 12 weeks tour of the
; reserve *,
1- J prospect who should be ready for Ixvrir SIll'.r.e 4 : !' 403 plus for the mile! and I
McDowall. Rollins scheduled.] t
head football I service in the opening game if he [Only games I i 1 K,zk..ki.c 1 I I 1 .l>..1.ah..n.p It I I 399.808 for the kilometer. Tucker's shoes. is a 150- United States last year and they
d man. yesterday attempted to averta received 10 of games to play. I RI..k.9 3III.Is..p! 21111' On his southward run over the pounder. Capt. Don Merry at 170 grossed 76500. They picked up
days intensive a a I a .
Chicago at New York-Lee [3- Ptrphrns IhI15k.| I I I
o second-week let-down as he ordered coaching. OnMta V I I I *!rHai,tlrT I II IIIF 14'z-mile straightaway his speeds takes over from last year's back- an additional gross of $75.000 ona
I 61] vs Wensloff t3-lJ. Claire I' field Don Allen. McLeod
OUTirWoplir p I captain tour of South Africa, Portugal
::1 heavy drills for his Tar The Tars were minus one man St. Louis at Boston (21-Kramer I were announced as 385.645 for the
S squad. I je"sterday as Frank Alt, who in- 10-151} and Muncnef ((7- I,I Totali 33 3 7 14 IS!1 T...'. IS 1-S IT-. : mile and 388.019 for the kilo- : at fullback weighs 160. .: England and Sweden.In .

I qured his knee in a scrimmage ; 111-81) and Fine I 1|i (SECOND GACEIa4unId I i meter. Outstanding weakness uncovered less than 20 weeks, Harris
Johnson ,
"The second week is always the II I 141"S) vw fur < m-B in 9th.I .
with h .. These marks compared with the in early practice has been said. Ricgs received $40000 and
McDowall Appalachian Saturday night, 1121. I! -H.k-d; C.So. m Tth." j
toughest. declared. -
S '. I I c-Ran for B,nk.> in 7th.i world records he the lack of a dependable punter Budge only slightly less. The rest
but if was sent home to Orlando. Detroit at Philadelphia (21- ; set at the saline
we can get through it II f1
we I I i i Irtf latHl
30fI no* -3 with Allen went for travel and promotion
: and Tucker both expense -
should be in shape to put on the The loss of Alt was offset by the Houtteman (5-1] and Trucks 10- nillaiMphf* mM WO TOi-1 course in 1939 of 363.39 for the I
of I fcirar: n...... Sw.. battrd mile 369.7 gone. Close behind is the draw- and, of course Harris doeanwork
1 pressure for the final workoutsfor return Left Halfback Seet Justice 101 vs Dietrich 5-1J and Mar\ :I la: t.dearti 2. and for the kilometer.
1 M.tosk.. Valt (1501511 I back that only Morris of the for nix -
pulled leg tendon dur- I :
S our opening game with Ers- a childon 116-91.] bits: K.ltnrr MttrtMllmmm. : 1j I ink the skirmish with the Moun- : Cleveland at Washington I Tbir.. .h... hit: hdoanl. itaubl. ...,,,: Miamian backs can pass with any degree L "With a normal dart in January -
-j kine.The fan [ -.1; Rnot hnlL, C; '... Selected of success. ,
S Tar boss specifically directed taineers. It had previously Been fmghtl-Gettel ((1010)s) Scarborough I( Mrmiiu. J; .(.onion. tewlrraa ami Hfnnnt'''' Left and Riggs and Kramer copld
Line Coach Alex Waite to devote reported that the Asheville lad 4-131.. I Ml ha*v: 4 IrrrlaiHl. 4. fbUadrlpfem 3 Ba. .. I Sexton is operating from the T far outdraw th. series between

special attention to Tackjes would be out for a week.A i, I Haifa;2.off$,)1 rikeu<1..b.. "I...Groth.,.. I. Klark ... IhruPlwr .. Baseball Writers'Head this year to take advantage of the ;,, Ellsworth Vine and Budge bark:
3. Blark 4
Bull Schafer. 240 pound Coronado scrimmage with Brevard Col- FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Hits; ,ff m lark S in I z-i mmni.; II' _... I.3 I speed of Gray and Merry and such in 1939. That was" the record

qf Beach life guard, and Don Brine- lege scheduled here ;yesterday was .....(.!.'I..tliII. YtdayTaps j i in I in I-3 II;;t.rmh l-hri-Juuhrr* la 1: )I.1.b*, 4, !In I: "..u.. at ConferenceMIAMI reserve backs as Sid Boughton. ;, but well under a quarter of a

gar. Miami freshman. ; I, called off because of excess injuries S, Miami Bach 1 (Timpa l lesS KTi. | ....1... pitrlMr I;in III.2......Winnma I mplrr' .. I API Guy Butler sports
1 ) All backs short. Indicating
on Tornado team Mc- I m r HUT and 1-aparrlla. Time. of time; 155- are If Kramer and Harris come to
"Schafer is rood defensive '
a AttnKtaaa: Him editor of the Miami Daily News, .
""o,4.IFIIST weakness in defense.In
- 1 1I lineman and 4f me ran improvehit Dowall had expected to give squad I GAME. i was elected president of the FlorIda j'j'a pass terms. at least two other top
Sexton has less
general, a
newcomers a chance to show their CLEVELAND IAI PHILADELPHIA A flight will be included on the
I ( ) pros
blocking he should be of
one Mt. Dora International
Baseball Writers
Plays abcS. able but spirited than
ISCSi. more group .
:- talents in the trial session. tour. That probably would be
)Vitrhcn If 4 I I 2 I'M Coolly.1f I II J 1 II I Assn-, at a meeting here. the Green Devils of 1946 who won '
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Mt'ktrh E JI'A. rhapfMn 5 I 2 5 S
j Stuart Announces :' I St. James Here Rndraaa M 1 3 3.Faan.lb <4< II. II I Tampa Tribune was named vice dale Kramer's long time <*uddy
The schedule Sept. 19. Tarpon
Winter Garden rl mln..Ik 2 1 1 3 1 Rutnn-* 4 I I I 2 president and Wilbur Kinley of and Davis Cup teammate the last
PAUL ODOM. former Orlando K l>n r3b 1 t I II 01|!ir2b 4 1 S 1 2 Springs. here; Sept. 26. West two
- years.
.. .1947 Grid Slate High School lineman has been r. rOOa, ib 4 3 J ta.*..... 4114- the Tampa Daily Times. was Palm Beach there; Oct. 3 Tampa I
Kramer's Is <
asking price
4- : Friday NightThe Hega c 4 I S I I'r.ne 3 1 1 4 elected secretary. Bob Balfe, of
I.po (Stier :)' to ("r -- M-rnngS Pn'-.ef'. one of the most impressive new Chances Slims Felir.p 4 I I I ICelemanp. 2 I 1 S II !I the West Palm Beach Post Times Hillsborough. here; Oct. 10. be $43.000 In cash. Schroeder's
. .. candidates on the squad A Golden Hurricanes of Mt. 'I ---* -: -- -__ open; Oct. 17, Miami Edison here: $20000 Budge turned pro for
STUART 10-game scheudle chunky 210-pounder he never ,s-- C,''rc'o t.I"'_ >n 'I I iTnrt Total 31 > 5! 81| Totala 39 111:1 T was named treasurer. Oct. 24, Orlando, here; Oct. 31.
: : 5 J by Inning 25000.
;: ; .nt : ,i
'rg Dora High School roar into Orlando Named to the board of directors
that opens with Belle Glade Sept. theless has the speed to run in I Oraland _ ._____ la Ire H-J 'I' j Tampa Plant there: Nov. 7,
GARDEN with one Friday to battle St. James' rhtla..IcIpMa' *i* 2 26 was announced yesterday for terference. He played a year at | EarS ........
OHS and another at Lamer of the lightest and greenest clubson Panthers at Greater Orlando : & Rum ba'ttd. to; 3I,4.ukj J. Byron Hollinesworth. Tampa Military Academy. here: Nov. 21.
the Stuart High School of the Indian High. (Itoh..i I. Mrtknirh. T..ba hit: Fl-.ini. Tribune; Wilbur Kinley and Bob : Ocoee ElevenTo
River Conference by Coach Macon Ga.. before entering the hand in years and only four I Stadium in the Central Florida I Gm-ra Hn ram: Garcia. I. )ItkorHrh.. Patrif.Ikobi. ..- Fnck Tampa Times: Pancho Jefferson, here; Nov. 27, Clear-
pla> nordnn to rVmdrtaii MI water, there.
Navy, where he served two years returning lettermen to build Football Conference's initial local I 10..lnl. Left na Sam: Clnrland .. Philadelphia Avilla, Havana; Bob Balfe West
Charles H. I Chuck Kindred. > on a LST in the Pacific. He is 20 I 1*. Base. on baUi: aff tolnaaa I. FtUfr 3. Run Light'
**L 26 Bellt Ol&d _...___-_Ther years old a freshman, and the son around Lakeview High Grid presentation. Kickoff time will be trtkmuli. ('nl''AII.lIn. t. Tim, t.'i Palm Beach Post Times; Jimmy t !
{I Burns, Luther Evans and
nplra Whitey
:iPaparclla. 8uma NC State Gridders
. Oct. 3 Okrerhobc hh___There of Mr and Mrs. R. R. Odom Zell- Mentor Jim Mobley is anythingbut 8:15 p.m. | and Ru* Kelley. Miami Herald; Guy But- [Sce I + OtIftr'3O i t3 e""
Ort 10 Fort P erc. Ther. I rOOR\\'ELL-CARED\ I'I Faced with late.
h- wood. optimistic about his Red OCOEE a
Floyd Jaggers. In his freshman } FOR ler and John MacMillen, Miami I
Oct IT inch .Home 1 Resume PracticeRALEIGH.
itk Oct 24 Catrtetoa Vr __-_ ____.Home -- -- I Devils chances in the Central season as Mt. Dora's skipper COHASSET, Mass. IUPJ The Daily News: Charlie Johnson. Miami start in practice with most of his

'Ti Ort 31 rx*.jr _____--____-_-____There I INe Florida Conference this year. said yesterday that he will late Mrs. Caroline G Plant bequeathed Beach Sun Tropics; Dan Hall, N. C. [API] Practicewas I grid candidates working up to the .
\II ,1"s.: 14 T Pai.Se Tttmanu r --:-,-- .... :mere Home Charlie Harpe i j "We'll have to point for two bring a squad of 29 men' here $150.000 to "the poor" of' St. Petersburg Times: Jeff Mosh- on voluntary basis yester- start of school and a loss of 20!

C."t.. 140,. 21 Coco* _.- Home years from now before ne are and that his line would average Cohasset, a town that last year ier. St. Petersburg Independent; day as the result of an infantile lettermen from last year's squad.
. )OT. 26 ?Iteiboure ___.____-There I able to field a club capable of 160-pound, his backs 155. I
OH. DOCTOR! I To Join Pro'sATLANTA ; placing in the top bracket" is When asked from what systemhe I allocated for the care of Its 12 Daily News; Sam Womack Lake- no reduction in the number of full trying to whip 20 Ocoee High

1- 1 the dismal prediction Mobley intends to launch his offensives I general welfare cases. 'land Ledger. gndders in the North Carolina football>> candidates Into shape for
'-TKOUTDALE.: ore. [uP] This i IAP1 Charlie ; I their at home Friday night
t1t. Harper passes on as he looks over his this year, Jaggers replied ,I. .. .,, State College camp. opener
city of 7,000 needed a resident Ponte Vedra Fla. golfer who young squad as they point for with a chuckle. "You'll find out n n. -- j In fact Coach Beattie Feathers against Winter Garden.

dentist and physician. An enterprising was ranked with the top amateurs,i their season's first game against Friday. I will say this much. how- : '\ -: i 1 welcomed the return of two players Barker in his first year of

Ire building owner needed of the game. has decided to make their ancient rivals the Ocoee ever. I believe my boys will better 4 who had been sidelined by in gridiron coaching at this West

tenants. He put up a sign at the his shots for money it was learned Cardinals on the latter's home the showing of the 1946 Hurricane .. juries. Orange County school, has seven

I entrance to town advertising for here ;yesterday. lot Friday night. edition and Im confident I State College authorities placed lettermen returning as a nucleus.

e both.. So far he has the dentist. ,I On hand for the $10,000 ;North i i 1 Mobley has on hand lettermen they will put on a good show for the practice sessions on a volun- The balance of the material on

Fulton Open starting tomorrow. Curtis Pickensand_ Millard Powell I Orlando fans Friday" tary basis after freshman blocking hand is all green and inexperi

: .j the former Valdosta Ga., star' for tackle posts Roger Wallace at # Back Don McCormick of Greens- enced.

announced he would turn professional quarterback and Gene Spears for SHOWER MADE PRACTICAL I ., boro suffered an attack of infan- The seven veterans returning
for this event and would : the right halfback slot. From WAUKESHA. Wis. (uP] When y 4 i tile paralysis, arid State Health are Frog Vandergrift. Sam Pat

join the touring pros when they ; there on he has to build from the the new baby arrives at the William Officer Dr. Carl V. Reynolds advised tenon, Carl Pu.,', Ma Sander

start their swing through Florida.Harper's ground for men to fill starting Hagenau home. the event will that those who had been exposed Sonny Walters. Jack Little and

j'r. biggest victory this roles at all other positions. bs celebrated by a baby bed shower. to the disease should not Don Lasher.
year was In the Jack Oliver in- The idea was fostered by a take violent exercise. Rex Hospital I The Cardinal starting lineupwill

'r.d CLEAN OIL vitatoinal at Valdosta where he :' The major leagues' longest inn- neighbor who thought it would] here reported McCormick's run light this year in com

1e1e carded a 14-under-par 274 to win ing was the seventh of a Chicago- be a good idea for friends to chipin condition as "just fair." parisonto last year's eavy
the 72-hole medal play tournament Detroit game in 1883. Chicago and buy a bed which was really I weights Barker has revealed averaging -

s' had 23 men at bat and scored 18 needed, rather than the usual miscellaneous Philadelphia and Detroit played I In the neighborhood pfi
n. runs shower. a 1-1 tie in 24 innings in 1945. The i j 140 pounds.
AI Eddie Collins holds the record __ I Ii replay went 16 innings more before i All home games will be playedon

15 for making eight sacrifice hits in the Athletics won 3-2 in a total of i Friday night Instead of Saturday -

dM:F3.- World Series games.SOLUNAR i University of Louisville! Head 40 innings of play. i as originally planned.

AC 5-SUr Qualify" Oil Filter TABLESAccording Follows Up Hired Player Plan .v -u--I

. j Demmtt give you double filtration to the Solunar I NEW YORK [AP] Dr. John W. Taylor, president of .the .

-first, through virgin cotton tables calculated for this area : of declared he had receiveda /5 ,
1 University Louisyille. yesterday -I
fibers-second, through the acid- of the State, the best times j ;

]1J J proof glass cloth Collector Tube for hunting fend fishing l1 "satisfactory" response to his proposal that urban universities ________ V L et
whichcant be as follows with Major sponsor professional football teams. } 1

f.1! Trap, periods indicating the best The University of Kansas City and Roosevelt College in I 1 1i nv
rot and -
time and Minor periods the Chicago both 'expressed interest a -
t thus allow pol- f.e ?4tIntlonofthe.ILO next best hours: I I
aI in his plan he said. Others have sional football team and profit -I
j j 01 A. M. P. M. yet to be heard from. accordingly. ,

An exclusive | j Day Min. MaJ. Min. Maj. "Weill have a meeting if only Taylor said he believed his plan r ) ,;,..", ..... .
AC feature. Wednes. 7:50 2:00 8:15 2:25 two or three are interested," Taylor would only be feasible at institutions i .... ''f'." "#Jt. _. -"J / '
Thurs. 8:35: 2:45 9:00: 3:10 declared. if
in metropolitan centers. Under f
Major Solunar periods, lasting IVi Und r Taylor's plan universities -
it, amateur athletics'woUld
2 hour in duration. shown
are in
BUY rYHEIE YOU SEETHISSICN lack ty.... Minor (or Mcona beet in big cities would hire still continue probably on an Intramural ij
,- periods shorter hours light b_ good football players who would basis.'What's .
not need attend school j
even to "
-- happening now. he f A'A
-"if fellow is
a really puttingout
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.T. L said "is that colleges are using 4i Choice I I4d
in sports he hasn't much
Chinese coolie labor to compete "
" I .A/ ; time for classes that semester" with professional football teams.
,. (
<< he said-and t ,. "A large of good +
/; ;. ; < -.; i the school budget. group very .W'
, .. .. J. college teams are at least
.. t on
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t .OZ !' < The new president of Louisville the threshold of semi-profes SUMMER SKIERS: Nora Findlay gets on application of sun tan Lifetime J ,[
I .E..ESIAMOIIII !! slender, slightly-greying and soft- sionalism." oil from Phylis Jeffery, a need precaution for Summer skiers
: said he the
; he talking checked over got Louisville's idea when assets I lor The made institutions his suggestion to which were Tay-the '' on Athabaska Glacier in Alberta's Canadian Rockies.

Closeat I and found the university had ..
I We NoonfrI I Universities of Chicago Pitts- '
sold the ball park it owned .
j once burgh, Houston. Kansas City. I II
; now used by the Louisville Colonels Buffalo. Cincinnati Tulsa. Detroit S JOIN NOW

of the American Assn. Rochester. City College of i iaftJ r

MEt 'S SPORT "Why shouldn't we own a ball New York, Peabody College. ( S365
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. cal step was to ask why the university Louis, the University of Georgia Florida Anglers AssociationBe I II

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Page 8 lJr1m: [). fRttrtttug &rutturl Wednesday, September 17, 1917 Miss\ Burkbard Is Engaged
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Young Sassy Howard ''Mrs. Hall 1 I fur ood about Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Burkhard of< announcing the approaching -
efJA1Jza1 ia this city are indented M !_ by Thi
tM of their i
Celebrates Birthday marriage Fairbanks of St. Johnsbunr."
I! daughter. Bertha Louise to Joseph; '
.PaI r In. Robert Howard entertained New Head.OfYWCC Preston Melton son of ,.rr. and I Wanted! Men And r
"--C weekend with a swimming Mrs. J. F. Melton of Sarasota.
my and luncheon at the Or- : I \TCIDl\xillE The wedding will take plate Women Who Are

i "do Country Club honoring her i here next Friday. Sept. 26. at S:3: Hard Of Hearing

AI a'iuahter: Howard on her By KITTY HENRY Scclety Edltcr p.m. at the Park Lake Presbyterian .. .
L Sassy i t The advisory council of the I a Church. The Rev. Robert H. Me- ,1' y" sate n ,.mp\e. n.,. : t.
. seventh birthday. Young Woman's Community doa' Caslin will perform the ceremonyNo WIh 011 n daps.
,., dlP.r'M"rs.
1: vN ar
With the young honoree were ,, met yesterday morning at the THE ORLANDO MEMORIAL UNIT No. 19 of the American Legion invitations will be issued but .rise..'"( ,eai' ro4J h.adn_... ..
Included Dury Howard. Emory Ak- I clubhouse on Wall St. electingMrs. has voted to invite the Legion Post to join in holding a all friends of the couple are invited t!OYria ft M .or Neme ws Wted Y. hCI was,.,' ru. "I
and reception here on Sept. 24 to honor Mrs, J, B. Kirkpatrick of Eustis. to attend the ceremony. !Iis, baa ..b"d 'M.a t.a.
T1 erman Jr..David Bxtuth. Ricky Carl Hall to the office of I you lit",' h., .r bee,,, of,
Abe Rarndal. Jodie, WinmTred president replacing Mrs. Pettus who was recently elected as Na- Men with blue eyes are said to. .,mole a' or rOi 001 70 ';.T .;: __.
tional vice-president of the Auxi- 'nnre ;As e5 w 05..n. .. ....
acv and Margaret Johnson. Rusty and Lee.Other liary at the National conventionheld make the best rifle shots at Em! h. 0'1.41) pj.) AI. -,
to ---
VIi Mike Richard McJordan. officers serve -
i Dyer. on the 1948 executive board were in'' New York City. Mrs.
SiIn Bugle King. Judy McCullough.Atttrey Mrs Robert Riddle first vice ry Kirkpatrick's new office carries a.t OtoM O r. .a.i

Hoffmann. Katie Moody president; Mrs. John Murray, second with it great esteem as veil as Milto* E. Bray I
Sherry Chappell, Patsy Potunger. vice president; Mrs. A W. 4 4k quite a lot of responsibility. i A awe <"o*
Linda Ma Beck GET Randall Townes, recording secretary; Miss The E fraN Gi dn yRc.
reception in her honor
; Lucia Chase Dons Oir Sallie
.. HuckeL Marearet Piper corresponding! secretary will be held in place of the next 4 w.. .t
; Mrs. Gertrude Sejmore H J
treasurer; Mrs Homer Wright assistant regular meeting of the loczJ unit FAI( C IILDYOU
and Mrs.
; treasurer. New board members Victor Hutchins has been
include the Mmes E. LaRue appointed as the auxiliary chair-
e Bliss Coite W Hill. J. E. Stripling man for the event. Initiation of '.
Charles Goodman J. M. Caruth- ';:'" new members into the auxiliarywill
0 mac! er, A. B Lemmon and Linton .....<' also take place at this affair. ,
Ai'en! 000MR ,
Hands' Also during the meeting. :Mrs. i r
Robert Riddle chairman of the AND MRS. WILLIAM .5. SUFFER
Community chest Drive for the I BLAM and daughter. Miss s I. WOMEN WHO

1 1 club announced the following ,i '{ Helen Blam left Sunday for New ea
1 captains for the drive: The Mmee \; "' York City to attend the weddingof wt' '
{ Henry B. Hall C. O Andrews. : : their son and brother. George HOT FLASHES
i / Charles:: Goodman and W. .L. c Blam of Cleveland Ohio to Miss thenHere's
Lorna June Reims daughter of
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MRS J. B. .KIRKPATRICK Mr. and Mrs Herman Rents of CHILLYHere's
Brooklyn. The wedding is to take FEEL
t to be honored here place this coming' Sunday at .
Essex House, 160 Central Park South New York City Mr Blam and ..

I ELIZABETH BEAUTY his bribe will reside in Cleveland where he is a court reporter News -

Swe1t Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Appling have gone to Atlanta to atatend the wedding f a .BS: .,, t A }. y Are you between the ares of M and ,. ,- I
of Miss Emily Claire Millican to Clement Cowan which will take 52 and going through that try.ag

i SALON place! : today. While away Mr. and Mrs. Appling will" also visit relatives MRS. ELLIS RAY GUEST JR. functional to 't Om"middle-age'n-Does period this make peculiar ..... j

In Gainesville Ga. is the former Miss Betty Ann Leach, daughter of Mrs. clammy sot hot.Irrttable fl he,_. leel It' ...

4 r Reasonable price. Owner e) r> ft Faye B. Leach of this city. Her marriage to Mr. Guest, son of Then 80 try Lydia E. Plnkhain .

it leaving town. LEA VING THE FIRST of next week to resume their studies at Flor- Mrs. Eunice K. Hepler, also of this city, was an event of Sept. \,ymptomsl'lt eglUble Compound famous to relieve for thl such: -j

State University, Tallahassee are several Winter Park girls 7 in Folkston, Ga. Mrs. Guest a graduate of Orlando Senior Many wise middle-age' women rt: ;p, tw:n-t' k. .a w.
and the will be the Misses tike Pinkham Compound regularly Te.:11.t ,,: ,,.e ...
Sse Elizabeth in group Lois Newark Enid Krouse. Betty I High School, is now emplpoyed here by the Yowell-Drew-Ivey mesa .. ,
U oili to help build up imUiance hm wt IXu: a u. a "a.a *
Ann Ward, Vera Cone, Marian FloYd Winona Hardy and Jeao. Co. Mr. Guest from Dothan Ala. from
originally graduated against this distress. elect:
-.L.._......., 10 S. Main Street Porter! Mr. and Mrs. Ingram Willox have moved here from Jacksonville Dothan for Plnkham Compound contains DOInn tonic:' :. Ole ... _.. frrfn I Ten topiaiTi
High School"end served three in the Armed
years .....
'IIU I' -.10 edd.d
and are at present with his mother. Mrs. J. Gordon Willox -TITT bablt-fonnil1g druga.lt PtuHAN's 1
and sister Miss Mary Willo%. av the Highland Lake Apts. Mr. Willox I Forces during.the war. He is now associated with Chilton and Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABlE COHWKD

Growing _In Popularity Every Day. will attend Rollins College. Mr. Willox is the former Dolores Cookseyof Wiggins, Inc., here. .
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i this city. Mrs. Jeannette Newark and her son Ted Neward. -

I THE LONGWOOD HOTEL are in Jacksonville, where Ted is under the care of a surgeon. Two '
Winter Garden students at Florida State University. Miss Tnna Stanford Clark r

Just Off Route 1792 daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. L. Stanford and Miss Frances

2 2P Midway Between Sanford and Orlando Stulck daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Stulck were chosen Party HonoreeLittle
from the sophomore class last year to be counselors during their HERE'AJAX"
Serving Daily from 12 to 91NCHDLSG junior years. The girls are at Tallahassee this week, welcoming the Carole Diane Clark,
Dally SINDAIS Cool freshmen.
: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
luncheons DINNERS and r> oJl <> ,
r ( Hoyt Clark celebrated her
rre eluding Smorgasbord Pleasant f R AND MRS H. B. F. HAMMOND of 333 E. Robinson Ave. re-
third birthday this week when her
$1.00 Reasonably O I CA Atmosphere HI:TPd this week from Indianapolis Ind.. where they had gone
Priced from QliwU mother entertained with a partyin "
to take their daughter Miss Evelyn Hammond, to Butler University' Miracle Cleanser
her honor at their home on
to enter her freshman :year Yes-
Montana Ave
MuleGood terday they received word that pdGG i
Miss Hammond a graduate of Or- With the honoree were included

& M" . lando Senior High School with Marilyn and Larry Atkinson Carol 19 .
and Frank Simpson, Susan Carter with Exclusive
1RQ 'h . .the class of '47. has been pledged Worth Middleton. Leila and / \ '\
to the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at .
0 Butch Noegel. Cheryl Ann Lee
Butler and Marilyn O'Roberts.
\ V
: friends'love to be remembered y THE RECENT;

: With a warm and cheery thought : Conference at Church Camp College Gingman.; ANNOUNCING WE FIT All. SHAPE w\ "rOAMING 4f .

were Smith. Ted
: And when they get your Greeting CardTheIt 1 Arendt Myron E. Dinmon Jimes 1 HOUR' SERVICE 1 ftE
Henry and the latter's houseguest ncr';S
18 W. Church SI
r. /( you care a tot. Edwardo Jenkins of Costa EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING | "
Rica. Dr. and Mrs. Duncan T.
1 McEwan have returned from New

b r n York City, where Dr. McEwn attended ABCDIAPER ACTION( sE'g

. the Congress of the American G r i
College of Surgeons. Mrs. s w nM SSEC a
Loomis C. Leedy and son Loomis Accounts and Future ES
a i ,
Jr.. returned Sunday from New I Reservations Are Solicited pASR

When JOG tend a Gibson York having driven Miss Barbara Tt'lephone11':7
x Greeting Card,your friends MISS EVELYN, -HAMMONDMR Leedy there to board the Maureis ORLANDO WINTER PARS ii

,',.. know you sent the FINEST. sorority pledge. tania. She sailed Friday for
:1 Always ask for Gibson France and will attend school In Switzerland. Mr. and Mrs. Harold :
tt. ; Gonder and daughter Betty have returned from a two-week trip toPennsvhama China. Glass, Pottery', Lamps
!' J the quality greeting card. Home after spending the Summer in Henderson- and Giftware

; : vnlle. N. C are Mr. and Mrs. D. Harold Stimpson. Mr. and Mrs Open Stock Dinner Ware

i;; :Marshall Garland of Los Angeles, Cal, are here for a visit at the Service for 6, $7.85 up
1 1I home of Dr. and Mrs. P.
-. i Phillips. iI I i\I THE CHINA MART Now. Kitchen and .:

!r MRS. COX HAVE sos' i We, The 11'omenTeacher 141-443 N. Oruce Ave. TeL 2-2254 J i
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Cox I i
:' of Apopka are announcing the :' Bathroom Surfaces Come ) '<

f',;;.' arrival of a daughter Renee Gives ,i Open! Monday EveningsWARREN'S j
Helena born Sept. 10 at the Orange -:
1 /1 Memorial HospitaL Mrs. Cox 1 Her Solution I Far Brighter with' upfo '

I is the former Lia Helena Eyles of |
Gibson Greeting Cards are featured at finer stores everywhere this city and Mogota. Colombia Winter Park Phone 68

.S._A, ._ : To Shortage
. -- --- -- Br RUTH MltUTT 50% Less Effort!

Here's an explanation of how
t to solve the teacher shortage that II I .; -, I t I Is

= e comes from a teacher heftelf. -I CDf
"Teaching would be a more attractive -
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pline. 'Thank goodness Johnnyis er ._
starting back to school" the:, r :
modern parent sighs with relief.I
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Trial DatesScheduled r4 DICKSON & IVES WILL BE OPEN;



Seven Cases if .

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KISSIMMEE-On the 13 cases l
MFi .f .
beard by Judge Frank Smith in j
Circuit Court Monday. trial dates i grew ti 1 .

.were set for seven defendants, one r1I
was paroled, the case of another

three was nolle others pressed continued., and action on J( & #

Albert Holmes judged guiltyof r ffie I _

assault with intent to commit +, : I II
murder in the first degree
was sentenced to the State !1 I
!. Prison at Raiford for 10 years. I T -
Court action taken in other .
eases all of which involved the :.. ; I
State of Florida against the defendants N I
was as follows
: Sammy Nellons. charged with ..>"..
? assault with intent to commit L /
murder in the second degree, arraigned ( '
plead not guilty case set : (
for trial Sept 29; John Henry
Phillips, charged with attempting
to break and enter with intent to f' h rr

commit a misdemeanor, case set ,
for trial Sept 29: Reuben Bennett. I'I f" t t
charged with assault with intentto L
commit murder in the first degree i# w i! (
arraigned plead not guilty i i ,? ;;
. trial set; for Sept. 30; Joe Miller, i I ,,'<' I1' '
charged with breaking and 'Hk
inc with intent to commit .1 1 :.. ;:
demeanor, arraigned, ple enter-I VALUES IN BETTER DRESSESRegularly
guilty case set for Sept. 30; MRS. CHARLES DUDLEY KIRK JR. MRS. ARTHUR H. SEWELL

Hannah charged with assault to i the former Miss Joy Stogner. wed in home
_._ ._. _. ceremonyKirkStogner
commit murder in the first degree : J' .J' '..

set arraigned.for Oct.plead 1; Charlie not guilty Breaker trial > I 25.00 to 45.00 1 10
grand larceny, arraigned, plead i Lions Aim At Air.: Sewell
guilty, paroled, the case of Jesse
Jackson charged with assault with ;I Marriage\ I 100 Per CentAttendance Takes Bride I
Intent to commit murder in the One-piece dresses from our Better Dress Solon packed with outstanding bargain buys
first degree was passed for the Ii

term charged, the on case three of counts J. D.with Fox issuing i AnnouncedI In Illinois and featuring street, sport and a few dinner dresses 70 dresses of rayon crepe" i in solid

worthless checks was passed I I f Joy Stogner daughter of I c:' :c' 08;: "':r- r-g Sentinel!] The marriage of Mrs Louise shades or gay colorful prints. Sizes 10 to 20 and 38 to 40.
Lawrence B.
to the foot of the docket; Adel Stogner and the late '
KISSIMMEE-'We re expecting. Caroline Elliott Lett. Daughter of
Beasley. charged with committing Mrs Stogner of Hartsville S C.. I
mahem. was arraigned plead not became the bride of Charles Dud- every Lion to be on hand next I Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Elliott of :

guilty, trial set for Oct. 2. Frances ley Kirk Jr. son of Mrs C. D. ,[Monday cent night to put over the 100per G'encoe Ill.. to Arthur H Sewell, Better Dress Salon e Second FloorSPORTSWEAR
Thompson charged with grand Kirk of Orlando and the late Mr. I Pres. Pete attendance Hunt told members night idea here; I son of Mr and Mrs James A.
Kirk, recently at the Stogner .
larceny, was arraigned plead not
I Monday. Sewell of Winter Park took place i
home I !
guilty and case was set for trial in Hartsville with the Rev.
on Oct. 2. Mack M. Goss minister of the i He also announced a member- recently at the home of the bride :
I First Baptist Church of Hartsrille ship promotion drive which the in Glencoe. '
The case of Harwell Tyson local club
officiating. is launching simultaneously -
Dr. Robert Stubbs
charged performed
with manslaughter, was
continued, and the case of Ray Tall baskets of white gladioli with night national goal. perfect attendance the ceremony after which a reception I
Thomas, charged with passing I and white tapers in seven-branch was held at the home. SPECIALS-
.worthless checks was nolle candelabra with a background of The program committee listed Attending the bride was Mrs.
pressed. I greenery were used to decoratethe Dick Cooper, Central Florida George Keller and best man for
rooms. The candles were light newspaperman, and candidate :Mr Sewell was his brother William :
ed by J R. Sto the bride and next Monday. PLAYSUITSGROUP suit comparisons are
Harry Hope, her James Richard Sewell another
Osceola Sets I borther-rn-law Bill Shook was a guest of Ed brother of the bridegroom; Sam- these value-packed blouses!
A program of nuptial music was Walsh and Bill Wilde. Cleveland. uel George Goss 3d and William I /
given by Miss Shirley Prescott ., Ohio was guest of Norman Mahoney Robinson Goss cousins of the;
pianist. bride: and Harold H. Elliott Jr, PRICE
Fall Term Jury Mrs. Harry Hope of Hartsrillewas Committee for the Halloween brother of the bride. Reg. 10.98 to 25.00 /2 GROUP OF BLOUSES

her sister's only attendant.and dance planned by the club was An ice blue satin gown withma'c'ing
wore an afternoon dress of named as follows: Ed Walsh; : shoulder-length veil was Approximately 3 dozen attractive, playsuits in an
[six t-j. r,'- .- M r" "g Sera-'l aqua crepe with black accessories. chairman Bob Slenker Carl Dear- the bride's wedding attire. She exciting array of smart styles, colors and mate-
KJSSIMMEEE-Members; of the her costume being completed by a man and Guy Vickery. carried a bouquet of orchids and rials. In rayon, jersey or cotton. Reg. 170 to 10.98 12 PRICFashion's
Osceola County Fall term Circuit corsage of white gardenias. stephanotis
Court jury have been drawn and The bride given in marriage by Osceola Mrs. Keller wore a gown of
are listed as follows: her father wore a gown of white County dusty pink shade. GROUP iiReg.
Marion Tindall. Chris Zeitz. F. I brocaded satin fashioned with Ira Instruments Filed The couple left on a motor trip 5 00 wonder worker. a smart blouse pricedso
S. Ledbetter Newton Norris E. W. neckline of illusion, fitted bodice Clarence A Hartman to Hot Springs. VaEnzelian 7.98 to 11.98 e you can't resist! Rayon and cottons in an assortment -
ux to Eachol
Mann I. P. Tyson C. O Stalnaker, I long pointed sleeves and a full Robert Denton et A. vd $3ZOO.
LewU Hirtzel. W R. Lanier Har- skirt that ended in a slight train. Hazrl Van Sant to Frank Strand et use Limited amount of two and three-piece style of colors, styles and sizes.
old Oilpin. Dan Domd. C. E. Hunt- Her bridal veil was of chantilly .x. deed $3200. Class
lace John S. Bauthman to Frank Strand playsuits in jersey or cotton. An assortment of
worn Mantilla .
linger Paul P. Poffenbaugh. W. E, style a et ux. .d $(50. *
Hansen James A. Yates A. Garrfcu Spanish comb. She carried a bou- John S. Bauctunan to Frank Strand flattering colors. Broken size range.JUNIOR. Sports Shop Second Floor
Edgar Partin, Ralph H. quet of tuberoses, white asters et ux Qed .I1ClO. Held
O S Tb acker et al to Sun Oil Co.. Meeting j
Robert E. Prentice Lee NeaL Tom I gvpaophilia and baby's breath. oil gas and mineral tease I !
jr.. .J. .1. centered with an orchid.Mr. Russell! S Tharkrr et al ratif. I
Tison. T. .J. Lionel Bell to Luther Robmette et New officers of the Euzehan :
Hickman. Roscoe Roberson, and Kirk's best man was the at of tats 800. ux: Class of the First Baptist Church'!
Calvin K. Warden Jr I bride's brother L. B. Stogner Jr Ernest.. wd *W.-Haskins. to Claud H. Chewnr -; were installed Monday night when : I! t Ii
The foregoing are the regular After the ceremony a recep Betty Williams Overstreet to Joe Over-.i! class members held their regular :
venire and are returnable Sept I tion was held at the home. Assist- 8:re t. o'der. I social meeting at the church. -
29 according: to County Clerk ing were the Mmes. Leon C. Pen- DavteFfd.Sarah Bell Sikei Davis to Oliver Lee ',! Mrs. E. G. Rich served as in- t
John L. Oerstreet. nington and Wilson Coker. the WillHm. A Goodman et ux to Vera E. !tailing officer in an impressive I SHOP BUYS 4We've
: Misses Betty Lou Benjamin Katherine Tone an aed'$75.Catherine candlelight service.
Brown Beth McKorell and( Clever to R4 M. Lancaster et'1 I I
nz wd *WW i Those present were the :Mmes '
LTOO FAT? Pamela Pennmgton Clyde E Story. et ox: to Morris Lee H. E. Keeper, C. P. Hudson John ''
I Following the reception Mr Toven et ux: d (4300: ,
Li Mrs. Kirk left and Morns Lee \oveO et ux: to Clyde' K Somerville, Helen A Lowe, D B. grouped approximately ninety-four pieces of merchandise from our Junior Shop and
# ; Cet SLIMMER this on a wedding trip Story et ux mtl d (700 Melvin A F. Christopher George I priced them '
to Edith E. at tremendously low prices for this !
Myrtle Beach Fla. Punter to Charles J Hunter all-important event
Taylor F. C.
Pittman Joe J Pant,
vitamin+ candy way Mrs. Kirk attended the Harts First Nan! Bank to H. R. Dyer notice
of lien pendnuA. Paul Pennmgton. Neal Waldon '
have a more eleDder. vile schools Stetson University, E. Israel et ux to First Nat Bank Don Middleton,
araRhaIr0 eur.iwo mtc, d SJ04339Charlie R. N. Hatton Ted GROUP I : DRESSES
and ; ;
N. aaati.ea Nodrata Coker College Harts :
WIl"t .mpWAYffi \ille She is the sister of Mrs. E. Olla Minor to Elmer 300.
O Mkkelsen Padgett C. A. West. W
.. et u C. Peterson -
21'-I ",..-CaDdJKeduancf'laa....taoc cut -y--. I II L. Brewton and Mrs. B. R. Fullerof sat Elmer of mtl O(4000 Mickelson: et ux: to First Fed_ Billy Bush. E. M. Ivey, A. L. Regularly 5 95 to 1695
.arnica pantaea.. meta arbtt11R. .. this city, and has visited in I Sav ngs and Loan, mtg d 5000. App Sim Cozart Jr. Marvin I
aMa .r.s Vora ealor aadt ddtao Cut u.-.so.a guars It'--$attbrdlAt Orlando Mr. Kirk on graduated numerous from occasions Lees- Henry Herbtrtfease.Lane cafaer dtach. dLsch Powell Russell E. Waters, John 59 Dresses in cotton bemberg or crepe that look to simple line and loveliness. There's a wide

t6 gsrdv_ _beoremtaAhdwdthrmkaaNaa ._..... be--..-- burg High School and attendedthe i nett Claudia et .ir W. wd Bennett$100.SE.SIIORE. to Claudia W. Sera L.Lipthrott Ivey. Sam Carl Jones Barnes W. R.Laurence Miller J j assortment of colors and a broken size range. Don't miss these great values!
w 1 a uwtk University "
tar of Florida.
tw Daring
_...__ AYW YKrragd.or$2taum C. E. Douglas. Phil Estabrook J.
(- ---- ...... the recent war he served in the '.I SALAD I A. Stall, P. E. Penberthly. T. A.I I
___.'<* ..v_.;7gg; U. S. Army for five years and was I '![nservrcu 6] Nunez. John Denson, A. J. Johnson GROUP II : 'D ESSES. .
-t uw tr b.a5.-ell { for 3'2 years a prisoner of the 1 envelope p naked fish !I Reba Kerr Robert KnIght. : 500
(Japanese. In the near future he undated gelatine 1 tabelspoon minced .I
I Myrlene Taylor, Regularly 25.00 to 39.95
JIcELBOVS I I 1 cup cold milk onion Roy Campbell W. : .
will be located
'_. here in the retail 1 10V-oz:. can 2 tablespoons minced H. Wolfe C, W. Holmes, J. E.. .

( 7 teaspoons cream of pea vinegar soup 2 pimirnto tablespoons. chop- Partin E. S. Lowery Adelle Tol- 10 Cotton or crepe dresses for junior figures dresses deliberately intended to turn headi!
leson, W. S. Malcom Sam '
1 teaspoon Worcesterahtre sauce and George Shuman and Kinlaw Miss I Lovely styles and 'colors that fit and flatter! Sizes 9 to 15. __

11'r Soften gelatine in J4 cup cold Frances Bntt_ I : .
,F milk. Heat remaining milk with
soup. Add softened gelatine, vinegar SUMMER FORMALS 1 e
Worcestershire sauce ApcfurcofWATCH 000
i stirring sauce until dissolved. Cool. I Regularly 22.75 to 49.95 I
t When mixture begins to thicken ,

which fold In have remaining been combined.ingredients Pour 25 Summer formals as catching and merry as the tunes you'lIbe- dancing to1! See these sen-

YOU'RE into mold which has been rinsedin I 1 sationally-low priced gowns with bouffant skirts. Net and marquisettes in white and pastels
cold water. Chill until firm. Sizes 9 15.
MISSING Serve on salad greensith cc/I'f/iX- to

iHID mayonnaise. *'ft Junior Shop Second floor
SOMETHING sporting goods business in this t
city and he and his bride will Et. t wahbaros 13$ 1tab snap
IF YOU reside here. --

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Buy $5 worth of merchandise f year-round wear in Florida! An assortment of styled! Light.and dark ground prints in a sparkling

c at the full mellow flavor of finest Latin American materials! in white, gold, melon rose, .
eorT_- .r fully blended, and roasted in our store and you may then aqua green, array of colors. All priced to suit your budget!
exactly right. ..... the grey or cinnamon. Sizes 10 to 18. .. Sizes 16 to 46.
\ D. BI thousands of smart homemakers bare done- buy day's Sugar Plum at ,

'; Try Blue Plate Coffee with this guarantee: + '. this give away price. .
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Sen. Eastland I l I !i Seven Persons PerishIn I I Page 10 Qr1nub iflrmtbtg BratUtrl Wednesday September 17, 1947,: 1 J

Deeded To TaftIn Army Openings Oil Explosion j WELLS DRILLED
I{! BENTON Ark. tUPl Seven i La Guardia Collapses; \

Fee Simple ; :i members of the tenant farm fam- In Critical Condition I! anywhere
Are Listed Here ', FLORIDA
I ily of John W. Wallace perished IN
tAP] Former New
JACKSON Miss. [UP] The Mississippi yesterday in flames that engulfed NEW YORK i
State Federation of La- their three-room frame dwelling York Mayor F. H. La Guardia ;j
bor yesterday' unanimously passeda Specific assignment to Army;after an explosion of diesel fuel t collapsed at his home last night Any tlie-Any
resolution bequeathing and units in the Third Army Area are oil used to feed the fire in ,a and his physician Dr. George :' depthforfor
now available to men with previous kitchen stove. The dead included i! Home. Groveor
deeding Sen. James O. Eastland Baehr reported him to be In Commercial
Wallace, his wife and five c13i1I .
[D.-Miss.l to Sen. Robert A. Taft service who
military possess dren. critical condition. La Guardia has : use.
(R.-Ohiol] in fee simple. I \
one of several military occupational I j been ill for some time.STABIWZATION i
Describing Eastland as the "bestRepublican" specialties Capt. M. F. A "seeing eye" fuze, that oper- Ii i We guarantee
Mississippi had ever Mathews, of the Orlando Army ated on daylight instead of the rw AI ARRIVESPORTLAND. ': Waterlo
sent to Congress, the resolution
radio waves of the proximity fuze
Recruiting Office, said yesterday. I Ore. UPI The
was used on rockets during the : -J
CALL TODAY I Applicants accepted for special war, it was disclosed recently. .. price of a stenographer's break- job too
: assignments are virtually assured _, r fast has been stabilized at five Is large or toosmall..

THOMAS LUMBER CO. :I a minimum of one year's service outside the area or overseas cents in Portland. A sign on adowntown 1
within the Third Army Area before Mathews said.Vacancies r restaurant reads: "Cup .1i
For becoming eligible for service allotted for the last of coffee 4',2 cents; cigarette (any $.1
I, Dcrot and Barrel Sunlite Faints half of September are for assignment kind !,2' cent." 4.-.
to the 5th -
Builders' Hardware Infantry -
Wood and Steel' Sash suggested; that the Senator be Division Ft. Jackson S. C.; 4th .. ....
Awning Type Windows the given Senate.a seat on the GOP side of Signal Battalion and 82nd Air- .-.. JI>enffnei=JI>tar i
borne Division Ft. Bragr. X. C.: ... ... -
I The resolution charged that and 78th Engineer Battalion Ft. ,.. I
THOMASLUMBER Eastland had worked "so closely Benning. Ga. t-\..... #.J'''... ; ..,,. MOVES MERCHANDISE LIBBY & FREEMAN
with Sen. Taft in the Senate
that Former sen-ice ------ -- .
men desiring
CO. it is a shame for our Mississippi specific* or initial assignment to JAVANESE CHILDREN REPAIR WAR- Java during the current warfare. Dutch troops I m I 1 711 W Church St. ; ,
: Senator to be compelled by tradition Army or Air Force units may ob- DAMAGED ROAD: A. group of Javanese chil- U"
231 W. Gore Tel. 4107 I and practice to sit across the tain full information at the Re- dren [above] recruited by the Dutch repair a and an armored weapon carrier [background] : Average Daily Circulation Tel. 9869
aisle from Sen. Taft I cruiting Office Rutland Building. road blown stand the I:1 Past 6 Months-42,993 ..rI
,A up by Indonesian troops in West i I guard over youthful I -.-
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t Wednesday, September 17, 1947 Ian iScrntng #irrntforl{ Page 11 r e .

..;t- Located midway: between Sanford OLGA SAN JUAN Co-sfarring 'Variety Girl," the 36 star Paramount pfcfvre
. and Orlando on Hirbway 17-SI is


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l h *e W. P. 9174-1 I
ale eater to special parties By LOUELLA O. PARSONS ries of two-reel comedies is the :t of Harry Cohn. head of Columbia.
, CockiaU Bar For lour Pleasure HOLLYWOOD was chatting forerunner_of other such pictures and thereby getting away with a
-- I am so fed to the teeth with | lot or worthless checks, is in JailHarry's g1TUtIETY
with Darryl Zanuck about this and
these long, long epics. If we : real sons John age 2. k
that-the British tax new pro. could keep the features shorter and Harrison 5 months, are hardly Paramount's h'
ductions, Gentleman's Agreement, and sandwich in amusing comedies ;i old enough to be buying din-
t which the grapevine says: is a such as Billie is sure to : ners for beautiful ladies and tap-
make we would get more pain : ping papa's bank account for
sure Academy threat-and he told \ Gill L
I customers in the theaters-and same.
I me that he feels Edward Chodrovis fewer weary ones. i f.
O e a great addition to 20th I There's never been a story in
The series Billie starts }ya. September -
I Darryl is giving Chodorov RoadHouse deals with a dizzy woman, i Hollywood more fascmating than Olga/ San Juan, says:
that of John Garfield who has
I f/r his.- a typical Burke addlepated femme I YS'
j much for the underdog
and how Billie can play these giddy -
: first 20th picture that he's been accused of being
gals. She will have Jules
It's based on a! White as her producer and director left-wing. "For giving, or for serving, the Norris '
I'd stake anything I own that
i story called Dark j 1
0 Love written by] I. the Communist to John are ideologies as repugnantto attributed Variety Box is sure to please. ,
I When I first met Mary Astor
0 Marraret G ruen' him as they are to you and
N she was about 14, and the prettiest Norris Candies pay a charming
and Oscar Saul.* ,. chi'd I'd ever seen. Mary has me. He has given wonderful help -

Ida Lupino, who never forgotten that meeting; because to underprivileged children I tribute to good taste. .
Polimer is to ,
Tae: device
has owed 20th a-, that day I named her so using ':_
picture for good- she thought I might be interested tell the back-paddock tale of
ness knows h o w 5 in two other little girls. horteracing in America is to trace .
long has agreed,Louella Parsons One is her daughter Marily everything that happens to a thor- r
to,maXe! Road House with Victor Thorpe, 15 who is making a oughbred from the time it is born
"One Dozen on the Mature as her starring partner test for Hal Wallis for Be Still I until it runs its first race. Famous
tracks like Belmont Park PimhcoH _
Yes. I mean starring Kiss of My Lo\e. I
Half Shell" Death did it for Vic, and rightly. The other girl is Anna Lace, 11. i. oli j wood and Churchill Downs
I used to feel I could take him or daughter of Ewald Lace, the Del I will be used for location sites A
leave him, as an actor but nowI Mar waiter. Mary says Anna is completely unknown girl, Jean
OYSTER don't want to leave him because a most charming little girl and so I Willis of Seattle. will play the ro- I "VARIETY GIRL"STARTS
he's that good. talented. Mary is taking her under i maric lead. Howard J. Green
I wrote The Winner's Circ'e and it I
her wing and is hoping she'1!
HOUSE I only hope that Columbia's get a chance with Walt Disney in I will be directed by Felix Feist. TODAY
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plan to star Billie Burke in a seBESSER'S Alice in Wonderland. 1'--
360 N. ORANGEAir Well, I hope so, too, for if ever YOUNG TURKEYS
a* father was proud of a daughter BEACHAM AND
Conditioned Ojx n NT''". T..d"r.t Meat Lei"I g. Eat"
f A,U..12 P M. 1 Days a Week \0j its Ewald. I' :
Maitland Turkey Gardens! ROXY THEATERS ,
FRESH SELECT NEW ORLEANS RESTAURANT You knew Orry Kelly would 1 M,'" East of 31.52 at Matlan" I!
OYSTERS AT OCR OYSTEK BAR have something original to say on M.'tland-Cotdenr. Road '
-- Gel Ready for the holidays.a Phone :
Visitors Welcome
about the Battle of the Hemlines'1hat
-;.: Try Our Business Men's Special 1 Finest! Western Beet Poultry Sour Park-1311 M x- .
\ Cream Cheeses AU Kinds of Breids "\\ do we gals do when
Served Daily I 113 W. Church St. Tel Z,21: J it comes to getting: our new
S I clothes?" I asked him. I
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4 Canted
Orry replied "You women oughtto
look in the mirror and face tin flffii
truth about yourselves. Don't weal Warns
the war time short skirts, tjut iiyou .
have good legs, show the at- Opts 1 P MLat I

ira.'uve pa it-if you haven't, cover for your leading lady
them up. Most women," wen ,.;, Times Today of
on Oriy, "act like sheep, and fol- tl: f Ken Curtis in t
e low the dictates of fashion whether if.: "O"E& 11" s.'NTA FE 4
TR41[" Ii'Ch."tn *
: they are becoming or not. II Morris U i One thoughtful way to fay I tninlej
you wear the padding and stuffing "BCL.IOG flItt'11MOND :f. *
lI p.on Ope. 12:45 Paris is advocating, :you will all 1-'. AT B1a" ou're v'on Jcrful( is with a box of Norrtfl
I .
HOW SHOWING look! like Toby mugs on a mantel" Exquisite Cantlief. Norrij CnJt* a U
\1hy. Orry, what you said. Tomorrow {
I \
.It happened A to the moment* 'lcature-an tMM> ;

Hollywood Chatter: The person On 5th Au." !
able young man who went aroundI "lfillie'sDaughter": >En __ anywhere. But even more,they Garry t&.
from fashionable Hollywood cafe of
compliments one discriminating _
I to cafe posing as the son and heir \
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- -.I person to

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Enjoy; the taste treat of a "Variety Box" as you j
3IA and invites you to stop by after the
enjoy the entertainment treat of "Variety Girl" ,{f
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t i t "Variety Girl" and Norris' Variety Box . it's the biggest festival of famous stars :

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Li I Industrials Spurt To Produce. Best Rnllv Of Past Month

I Market (Gains :-i---: ; ; : : .
II f ge 12 ftrinM?>,t 1lt rntl1J fcrtttinrl Wednesday y-

Closing Stock QuotationsSTOCKS !II Beef Steers Hit


and net chano .f th. JS matt actn..1 Feraa Tel At Rod _. 7 7s. 7". 7i
stocks yesterday: FlrestoDe T ok R U 50'. 494. 50 New1941PeakCHICAGO
f Schenley' Distill 1.700 111 Plus 1. FlI..tltote __ _._
MARKETS AT A GLANCE Am W_.... S200 4j-u plus Dy. Florida 15 35 3444 35 ,
Pow __
NEW YORK AP). Oreyhvund ..200 1* plus */*. Fruehauf _h___ 2 15 15 15 Reds
Tra 10 I
; STOCKS assorted Industrials 20 19'. 20 i Seen Peace
: Study Soeny Vac ',1OO IS/* .*. Saaainq Hopes
..,n. Param Put 7.500 13V. ue -0Geg i [UPJ Beef steers led
: BONDS: QuiU prIcs diangr- narrsw. Chry.ler .BOO S'H up 11/iUmttd Cable ______ 6 1144 314'. 11'",, the
t COTTON fin" g.mmi..a i .. ,._ u.n Lie. 43 364 i livestock market to a new 1947
: ; gu. u Airs _. .. 22's up 1U. i -- 351. 363\.
: in. Nat Distill 4.300 21Vk up Vi. I Foods ::::=: 36 39': 38 39 'I top of 35.75 per hundred weight -

CHICAGO Diet Corp So.. _.OOO 14 up ... I Oc'o Gen Pub MotorS -:===: : 58 5644 58 i i yesterday. By GEORGE GALLUP ercised by the members of the willing to give one day's pay to "Do you think th* tIN should
: WHEAT: Dow* b U 3 Mnts: sally United M 4V M S.SOO 15". up V* GIU..Ue. i1I 137. 13. 13'3.I Ross: '7.500. Ac an In tifufe: off this ?" be w..UwonM l to make it a worlsj
Sal R Butchers Security Council only is the
liquidation. Scars ftoeb. 5.500 351, V ---- f 27'. 374. 27', opened slow POW-
CORN: Off 2 to contst Mllin*). Comwlttl .. less $.500 3-%* *up '4. Guabel Bros _____ 13 237. 22', 233i I later trade moderately actiTe with Prlcf .' (;pin.on Yes '4"'e Government with" I power to con-
OATS: Off ,. t* 2%* cents on lio.uida- Sunny Oil S.SO* liLt up ..,.. I Goodyear Goodrich TIt 4BF n____ 7 53 52'. 53 around steady 25 to rents strong higher Sows. fairly! ac lr... PRINCETON. N. J.-An overwhelming er to block action by a negative No 19 trot the Army Forces: of all as101 -
R I' 45', Top 39 TS Bulk ,
ti 445k .5"
US Sisal .
... S.3OO up 1 Grabam-Palge MOl 7 good and choice 190-270 Ibs 18.75-29 SO majority of Americans vote. On all matters other than No 1 [ *. iocludii. the Utut d
HOGS: Steady te 2S santa .h.r; to* I ItM alt 4 Ohio 5.3OO 1JV4 UP i.Mew 344 344 3'.: heavier. : opinion
.TS. I Gt Greyhound HorthD R7 pt __ 19 40 39; 40 120 lb. weights wright. Kane; two loads around polled by the Institute think the procedure there must be unanimous However. the extent of co-op- SUM*?"
CATTLE 10.....:to.2S $15.75.santa "",her to tS santa I Torfc (AP) Closing stocks: I Gulf Mob ok Corp Ohio-_- 12 81 12 10 113.9', 12 10 ; choice lichts 140-160 00 A lbs lew 26 food 00-28 and 00 split between Russia and the Unit- vote of the big five permanent eration on the part of the public Ygs ..% $0. .,..

ACP.BrlU Slot ____H...4. Hi.034" Lew 84 ..844..t,I, Gulf-011._ ______n_ 12 6744 67 674iH good.OO:and Jew. choice to 27.50 SOTS: 350 39O-40O: lbs down ibs 24 26 !SO-OO27 ed States is hurting the United members-the United States. Rus- would depend a great deal on how ,. No ........ 14.

NEW YORK DOW JONES(UP). AVERAGES I Air Reduction h__ 19 28 27. 28 .Start Seh ok W n__ 1 32 32 32 26 25: 400-450 Ibs 24 00.25 00 4sO-500 lbS Nations. sia. China. France and England. effectively the appeal was made I "U bos ...sa aa.fld' 1 __ a

Stocks OP** Huh Low CloM Nat. Ch. Alaska Juae.u ____ 3. 51. 4', 4'. .I Hayes. Mfl __ 5 6'. 644 644 23 00-24 25. The veto power source of friction Hence one pposing vote alone how efficiently a system of collection world cifstiaos b. eal... .. -.fr

30 Inds. 175.15 177.01 174.71176.70 UP 1.40 Allecbaall'' Corp _h 24 3', 3 3Vo i Homest.lte MiD _h_ 2 4i'4.4." 45' Cattle 80OO. calves 800. Strictly choice and bitter controversy in the was. set and how GUt p1w I. ....... t... VIiI
20 Rails. 47.70 ".2* 4T.CS 4<21 O 52 Allel laid St1 _h__ 5 34', 33'. 344a Houston Oil .n___ 5 2244 22 22"I weight. steers strong to 25 cents blither, among the big five may preventactioni. up. prosperous -
IS Utils 35.20 35.34 35.12 35.22 UP up .O2 I Chem A Dye _h__ 3 1t5y 184 384Allls..Ch Hudson Motor _--- 37 1716'\ IH, other trade heavies. all yearling steady' UN should be done away with. in ). people happened to feel at atronT. Do you ....... ..-

.5 St'ck* 42.01 'C3SIC2.7S 53.3a UP ..46 AirlInes Mf------. _._ 38 29 36"8s 35'8". 36g.8s I. flhlnotsCentral-I- ___ 33 26', 23', 26'. '''eholce-to. 25 eH'la rlme Illinois lover; fed two steers loads uncovered 1.4OO lb. the opinion of the largest numberof "Should the veto power be done the time in the face of the rtsto spsose. 01 thIs Id8S r ..-

.ands: Close Net Ch. I Ala Cable & Rael u 7 5 4'. 5 InC Late Iron _h_ 1 12'. 12-. 12" new high beef top. at 35.75 per' hundred. voters familiar with the veto away with?" cost of living. : AP'.. a.. KMe

4* Boml _____-_____ 102.24 off O 1C AID CaD -- 1 8.'. 8.'. $4t. lot lot Han-.tu n___ 40 81>. 804. 81.. most pounds good: hsh steers 34 50; yearling 3300. issue. Yes ......... ..... 30% ,i 1 Other important findings of the i ii i ....... .%
Am Car & Pd7 __ Nick __ and choice -.m.
14 CaD
49' 48'49 35 steers and
10 10 lit 2nd Rails Rails. .__-n__-__-_ 1W1 90.17 off off OJO..13 : Am A Por PoW __ 2 31. 3 3"e InC Paper' __u_._ 35 487.28'28'47'.. .8'28\.,. 26.50-35 00; heifers steady. avenue yearlings choice Those facts are revealed in a No ........n..m......._..... 19 i survey already reported were as ".... .lpertaat. d. ,SS tiik 1&

10 Ut.... ._hnhh n 10 .41 off O 22 Am Home Prod __ II 2323v.. 23'-2 lat Tel ok Tel ____ 21 11 104. 10'. 30.00.top 31 00 bulk food and choice 25 OO- deep and extensive probing of No opinion .. ... _. 8 i, follows: ta that U r UaUtadBtttfec .ls... try Ie
10 lads. _UnUU_ 103.23 off ..0* '' Am Loeomo'I..e _h 11 2Hz 20" 21'Am -J- beef cows weak to 25 cents lower American public attitudes toward Don't know 'nn. HAre in favor of the United the UN _
what you a su.v'y -
canner sand veto
Pow A Lt ___ 20 I0. 10'. 10'. Johns-Manrille ___ 14 40"a 39', 40". cutters and bull steady' to
Transaction lit stock used in ....... I j, Am Rad & St 8 _. 29 14 13. 14 Jones it S Stl h__ 22 321, 31>4 32V wek Cutters 11 00....: practical top the UN. Twenty-two questionswere power is. 43 Nations organization" partaat. fairly ip6aat. or Mt

a_ yesterday. : Industrials. 93: ,OOO: rails. ''''Am Am Smelt Roll. MOl A R _____ 12 8 60 32 594 31', 60 32 JOT -tttg KKennecolt- __n_____ 3 361\. 35'\. 36V, 2650 weighty down sausage stock bulls cattle 19 firm 00: verniers with choice firm put to voters from coast-to- During the first year of the UN's Yes 85% No 6S at all .importaat7. 7

37.2OO. utilities, 22.JOO; tote.1 142.SOO. |' Am SO Pdn ___h_ 4 29'. 284. 29'. Cop ____ 34 43U 44'. 45'. '. Wyoming' yearlings at 26 00.21.00: three coast in what is believed to be the existence there was undoubtedly No opinion 9% yogi a-. Fairly K

[Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel j j jf ?I AID Suear Ref __n 4 43 .2 43 -ILaclede- Sheep Satear 2.5OO h .price most comprehensive survey ever confusion in the public mind over "Are ;you satisfied or dissatisfied' Mo M .in%.omnt 5%
Am Tel /It Tel 24 159'" 159 15944 Gas __ 21 slaughter lambs opening
"EW YORK IAP Industrial Am Tab B h nh__- 1 7J';' '1344 '73\o! Lehuh C & N n nn n 8 io 6<*; 10L 84, lo1 6 Isrliy' active steady to 25 cents. biiher. conducted on American attitudes the peace functions of the UN. with the progress made to date by No opouoa 4Will %
| AID VlKo..e. n___.5 II 524; 52 52 LIB 0 P Glass ____ 5 5144 SO.. SIS good and choice native Spring lambs 24 5O- toward the UN. Some of the results with many mistakenly believing the, UN organization" you toD aw wtw ..e ckMo Jt

shares led the Stock Market yes-;i :: Wot Woolen WIS. ===== 88 17 45 15'.. 44 15g. 454. Llttett labor. McN& Mjers& L ._.._ 4 6 88 8'\, 87'8',. 8', 24 200022.00 75. most medium very common to good down Spring to lamb 17 OO were reported earlier in the that the UN is supposed to wnte Satisfied 33% Dissatisfied 51% >.sc.atc to UM Ult orvMaMatMai itfrom J-:'

terday In a speedy finish that pro- Anconda CoP _u_ 24 341z 33.4 34La 'i Lockheed. Airc ___ 8 13'. 13U\ 88'. Early sales slaughter ewes steady, com week. the final peace between victors No opinion 16% each of those 2lsS," .

duced the best rally of the month. !' Asse Armour Dry A Co _h__ 37 13'.. 13', 134. j'lUwlllard Loewa Inc -h_ 16 20'. 1944 20V ,. mon 75-9 to 00 medium: yearlings 7 00-8 50: good and choice There is a good deal of fear and vanquished of World War II. -- ---- -- TTnltMl -Agbe 11 ... __ Ii
OOods n 10 15L. 14o 154 (P) ___ 6 18 unsold -
The flurry of demand for steels : AU T k S P _n 15 8244; $l's 82'. h 177. 18M throughout the nation that Russia That is not the function of the knew the comet atam*. WairenAuatin J.

AU Refining ___n_ II 34'. 3. ::1444 j Macjt Trucks _h__ 5 53'. S2', 53 I and will.leave the UN. American UN and the fad .
rubbers motors and oils Atlal COrp __._ II I Uarin* __ Eggs Poultry seems to be "
some and : u 23 22'. 23 Midland 11 T T n voters ao not look: sucn Hurricane Fear .
._______ t upon a *isadta.. .r cant
Ano a
Site It 5". 5 5 : Marshall Field _... '7 27>. 26', 27V4 JACKSONVILLE: tAP) Florida nearby pretty wen Known ai present by
specialties SHOOK dealings out ci I> Martin __On 9 16', 16U: 16V, fresh eegs: possibility with indifference. On the American public. namud air AJexaatferCOTTCCtM. c.-.... .
the sluggish course followed most j Bald loro nnu__ 9 1'7'. 18'. 1.{'. Vfo KeD Texa ... 55 4'. 5 i i I All sales to retailers the contrary a big majority say ( J.
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I B.ltIt Ohio "Is
52 it
13's 12' 134q Monsanto .
Chem your understanding
n 27
of the day. Of total transfers of j I Barasdall Oil _Uh 10 28y 2844 2844 Montgom Ward n. 21 59J.57',, 5834 56'. 59'57'., i Grade A NrtWt.Net dot: Cur.In Crts Mkt the they consider it important to make the UN is supposed to write the France hwer tMa ... ""

Bendix At&t : 3 5y 30 3044 Murray Corp 2 12V 12',. I Large __ ___ 24 UN a success. Boosts Cotton cent ....... Asexaasivr Parotli
-- 72
-- 12V ----- ox. 75
====== --- final
740.000 .
shares. 300,000 Best Foods i I peace between
changed ) 2 28. 27s 28'. -N- Medium _-_u____-___ 21 oz 63 6b Attitudes toward Russia's rela- Germany and I conwt: J.
hands in the final hour. The aggregate BellS Sle..1 h 11.7 13 85.15 87BlasKnoy :': Nash-Kelrinator .. 21 16'. 16 16', Small n_-_______ 18 oz 52 55 tions with the UN and toward the the Allied Nations or is this peaceto ,
: 15Boeing I Nat Airlines nn 3 12'. 12', 12', Extra large __hh._. 26 oz up 74 77 be written RuuiaTblrtyeeM
rp'.a--; == by the leaders of
19. 19. 19&. I Nat Auto Fib __ __ Sales veto power were probed
compared with 2 direct to follows
only 500.- 10'10'. 10". consumers: : correctly naMed Andrei 0r.
j Borden Co these YORK (UPJ J .
43'-o 41k. 431 Nat Biscuit ___ : nations Crop damage
: h 26 30'. lOts 301. Net WL Co- Mkt.I "Do think
000 Monday. Branil! AirW __= 8'. 8'. 8': Nat Can ____ 1 9' Grade A you the split between UN to fears whipped by the Atlantic. ------
Per write
9' dOL up
_ : Dndnport Slats __ J 13', 13'. 132.1 h 9', : la Crts Russia and the peace 33%
Vat Cash _.. i United States will
R '. Large

to GaInes around ranted 2 points.from Associated fractions i Budd Bulovo Brute Co Mu Watch. ._.___h n 55 2 1 30 32'114.. 30 10'32'., 30 327.1144 I Nat Nat Dairy Container Prod* __._.._ 10 14 6 30'a 38'13'.. 37'30'13'4,. 30'38'13'... I I! Small Medium _.-============ 24 18 21 oz oz oz. 82 60 72 85 63 75 ::'it.affect hurt the it.UN-that or will it is.make will it help difference No Leaders opinion to write .. 53 14 I I hurricane yesterday sent to cotton the highest prices levelsin soaring Dr. J. W. Hickman

n Nat __ Extra no
I Distillers __ 62 21'. 20", 21'. large 26 oz op 85' 88 t'N month. .
i ,, officials a
Burling UI\lS\ sometime
12 18'4 1844 18' ago
Press 60-stock composite on Nat Gypsum __ Florida Sdi i !i ?
Burr Add Math 2 13'. 33L0 131i i Nat n- 19'4 18'. 1914 i'' to retailers to con- I', proposed that the !l A late in grains Plans Winter Park
Lead recovery
l Un 20 32,, 31V, 31*. turners: Help .. .. .. ... workingpop- plus
climbed .5 of a point to 64.4 for -C- Nat Pow : I : ................. e o
,0 ; & Lt __ 6 144 1 1 Dressed Live uiation! of the world donate strength in some other commodities -
Call! Packing ___ 3 312. 314 31'4 j Nat Hurt ................. onedav's
Its best advance since i Supply _u 6 l8'. 174 18'. New York style and Drawn I ........._. 72
Aug. 29. I II ; Ca\lahaa Z-Lnd 2 2', 2 2 pay to the UN to help the higher prices for cotton textiles
Con Nehl. Corp _.n._ 2 Id 20 20 20 ]> Fryers Red' 2 Ib up _________ 53 59 No difference .... 16 Dental Office
I Of 938 issues registering! 526 j Dry Paellle 0 Ale 17 15'S 15L. 35iCanad Newport. Indust _h 4 27 26*. 26'. i Broilers. Red l',,-2 -_-_-_n_._ 53 59 ;' No '''-.6 underfed. and underprivileged and recurring reports of a
37 lIla 114\. 11k., opinion .. ..
NY Central RR ___ 40 Hens heavy' ___ ___
'1 14'a 14141.\ I ------ 45 51 children of the world., holding Dr.
C.ffir Co --- movement Southern J W.
4 Hidu..aa.
I were hither and 198 retreated. h 1818\ 18'. NY Chi & St L- PI 4 118 117 118 Hens heb'------------------ 34 40 -Io among M. ,aHar-
Commission houses reported i i'I I Case Cotorpil(JI)Tractor Co 0 3 37'-.s r' 53'3744. : No Am Aviation _._ 6 8'. 8 8'. I 1 j leave you think that Russia" will This idea seems to have" con- producers lent additional momentum day announced thr (.mrnsx of MB
5344 the United
that r t North Amer Co 22 24 23'4 23'4 CURB STOCK LIST Nations? siderable appeal to the American to the dental.
Celane5C rise.
some customers expressed be- Corp u 28 24'. 2444 24'. Northern office at 113-B. ..ist
Pacific Furnished Yes
17 through
lief the ;Cnn Tea Corp h__ 4 2844 28 28' 20't! 194 2014 courtesy' Merrill. 42% pUblic. as the following shows The hurricane at Park
'I list was ready for a comeback -0Ohio Lynch Pierce.' Fenner and Beane : last reports Ave Winter Park
I I Ceat Foundry 4 994 9e 944 No ..... ... .... .
n 34
; Oil ______ 19 2625> Aluminum Co. of Amer---------- "The UN has suggested that all headed for
since there was little Cerro de Pal 4 26 Florida with winds reported Dr. Htckman rreont
activity 29' IS a .
I ,, Crrt&in-Teed Pi-41-- : : 294-1 29'i i LOUa Elevator .n__ 5 28', 28, 28 S Atlantic Fisheries. ._hUhUu___ 5". Qualified answer .... ...... ...... 5 employed people a-.
16' .on. throughout the
on 16 16' to
/ recent declines. and bid for Owens-Ill Glass ... 17 73'. '73". 73'\, A mer. Gas fs 51cc----------------. 37'. No up 160 miles an hour. ate of Emory University* itfcuil of
Chic & Ohio opinion .. .
.. .. ..
quick-turn n. .SIz 44'. .5n Ark. Nat Gas ____ world give one day's to the UN :
profit ignoring current I i ChU8p&Pac21 9 ,, A u _-_______ 5Vi i pay created fears of considerable crop dentistry in Atlanta
I concern over high levels of com- I i ChI ok HW -.____ 14 ISte! 1344 8 19t 9 Pac Pac 0.. fc Elec ___ 13 39H 38'. 38'-'a 1|i Amer. Light & Traction ____-____ 13s. "What is meant by the veto to help the underfed children of damage: in the Eastern belt if the He ts married and hat
.1 Tin Cons Ashland OU & ___ II' a I-JiMr-
Chrnler 1S8 : ------2 4'. 4>, 4V. Reft. ____n___- 12*, j i power in the UN organization?" the
modity prices. Remaining as a Corp --- lSlIz 577. i Packard Motor ... !:! Brewcter Aerpautical __ ___ world. Do you approve or I disturbance should work inland. old
restraint CIT Ftnaa __ 10 4]', 42'. 15 f'. 4', 4'. --- -- s'-. A total of son. Ttte family has ...... lilt
on enthusiasm was anxiety ,I Ci.v EI lllulII uu_____ 19 41" 41'. 59"1 Pan Am Airways .. 20 10 9'4 10 I, Barium Steel __-_h-__-________ 4ia 57 per cent gave a disapprove of this suggestion?" j residence Lake Kiuarnry.
over foreign economic Cota-Cola _______ 1 182 182 Panhandle! P & R 6 6'6". 6'. I( Creole Pet Corp------------------ 33*, |I reasonably correct definition Approve 74% Open Hick Low ClewMarc"
4 .
Cotiate Palm __. Param Pictures h_ 77 23', 22'. 23', I.Cities Service -- 36', while 43 cent ____u__ 32.3 33 M 37.IS 32 M From Wasruncton. D. C orhrk -
P 46'. said
and exports. Earnings and divi Col Fuel & Ir .. 13 6 14'. 14 454's*.I Patino Mines nn_ 2 9'. 9'. 9',. ,I Colts Patent Arms =-=====-:==:=:== 343- I per they did not Disapprove .. .. ... 23 May ---.-___-- 3SI 321 121: 32.50 ally Dr Hirktnan .Is
14H vH
I dend news was largely favorable. Colura Q & El .. 25 11 11V HV !|I Penney (JC) --- 17 43'4 42'. 43U Elec Bond & Share Co. _._-___-___- 11'. know.The No opinion _. 3 !I I July _u--_-h- 31.S4> 32.00 31.:31 JIAS World >r aa of
j Com Credit 7 44 *. Penn-Cent Sin === 6 7H 7*. 77. Fairchild Eng. tt Airplane Corp. u_ 3', i veto power a privilege ex Oct. hUh 31.M 33.M 33 39 32.T. War II
V4 43 -Would
I. __Closing a_point _or_more higher :: SolvenU -==== 22 24*. 23H 24U I Penn Pw & Lt u_ 37 191. 19s. 19'. Glen Alden Coal Co. -U.huUUh 18', -- --- -- you or your husband be I Dec. ._.__..-_ 32.3T J2.'. 32.13 32.M -- -
were u. o. own' ab iu, Bethlehem ComwltA Penn RR ____n___ *74 lai.. IQ 101._ Humble fill Jfe R I at 87. i Comwlth A Edis South-_ 10 29'. 29J4 294 I Pep i-coia ________ 24 29*. 28'. 29H !I Kalser-Frazer. -h-_-::::::.:.::: 7*. IFVITAMIP4SDON'TBUCKYOUUP
Republic Steel 26. 55 3', -
4. General I 3V. 3V, Pfizer Lone OUR I OIlLEAN---W;
1 Con Edison Chas <"t Co -_ 5 41 404 40' I Star Gas Co 19'. BOARDING HOUSE NEW ;> C4t_ chased
r' Motors" at 58. U. S. Rubber at ICona Vultee _h..9 n__ 9 25 14'H. 25 13'. 25 V 4'1. Phelps nod,. ___0. 34 4039'. 401 I Niagara Hudson Pw Corp--: ::::::=: 8l I : steady .

43 S. Goodrich at 53. Standard Oil i Coat Bat 8 14V. 14 14 Phila EIre ___---- 41 234 23'. 23-g! 1 Niles-Beement-Pond Co. UUUh 10 o*< 1 0.... Hioh Low ClewM.rch >
nhU A'1.
I Philco Corp .___. 5 28'. 0'. DO'iot3WPs3T-f REMM8ERGLPtOGUTER ...__.. WJ4
I IN. .f.) at 76''. Warren 1 Coat Can ._nnn 17 35V4 34'/a 35 I 1 28 28 --- ---- : 32.83 32" 32 "
Petroleumat Philip Morris 8 29'. 7 Mar", ___... U12 3271
Coot Movers __ 21 7". 7 7 u 284 294 ------- ---- i-tOLt.P. IQR14-k MISSUS iS n 31.92 32 4July try NUXATEO IRON
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40'i. American Smelting at 60. Coot Del __. l PHllips Pet _nh 28 59'5844 --- 69'i 31.50 31.93 3131 314
OU 37 \ 584 ---- : TRV ------
4SH 44',
45 .
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Schenley at 31'i. U. S. Smelting Corn ETchans -__ .30." 54 54 Pressed Stl Car n_ 6 lOt 10U lo-" ------- ---- 2s M.tyrt OSW ALLERGICTO ?3OlGE.e Oct. n__ 32.51 33.OO 32.31 32 M *0.5 w'a.i ::.:-=::::.:..:. -.:
I & Refining at 49. Western Union Corn Products ___, 12 63 62 63 I: pubSv Procter A NJ Goes____..._ 14 66'66 66'. i& t ----__-ill----! 3'. ROLL ME V tO B PRETrY tS I4EARSTOO MN4"I Dee. 32.32 31." 3292 32.M. .5... :if ; iia ia' 4.505 p-
Crane __ 11 22Vs 22 24. .. :1
Co _
u 2 33's 33 33'. 22S I ----- ---- O'4aROt3 SI4ARP X KJ>TV ItMH k hMM awmtm >
I\ at 251'4. and Colgate-Palmolive- Crucible Steel 4 27 2644 27 i I Pullman --_o.hU 11 56 S5V;, 56 --------- ---- 13 Oi'3 A PtTCl ; t14ut'S' DO'PASTPIIG l Middling seat gotten Clo t4 4M the m >- F...TJ| ,... Ms4
Feet at 46?.. !1 Curtis PubUihc --,-= 37 10 Vt 9*. 10 ,I Pure Oil _hUU 17 25l. 24'. 2Sf. --------- ---- 12". M'-i BACR! cti.cn.I & Mempms Exchange at 32.7S yesterday .f u* '. !.*!. MM 4BS>4>rf aI xtr* W.,
-11Radio .
IkVNf i.alMs tar _
Curtus-Wruht __ 17Vj < pared with 32.40 Monday J. .MO a. *>
18 and
5 ,, SH ---- -' WPI44NA. JS *rth
On an Increased dividend I -- 5 ,. Corp ....-_ 48. '7". 8 !j W. Va. Coal & Coke _u__--___... 154 FLpPZSA.cg MOR GROPES 1-tS corresponding data last "..r. irtal .w mm .. M 4srena. .l sa ..

.. Gotham Hosiery spurted 14 to Deer. Co --__ 7 38'. 38*. 384. Radio K Orph __u 30 11'. llVa l1s. 1EST $A'l SPls! WPi Il AtTER A-l
rtose at ZO't.Pittston ', Del Lack A West 11 7S '7\. 7Vi : Renting Rand _____ 20 1.', I.'. 14'. I GRAIN RANGE Z.EStSTP.hC -
Detroit Edison: ___ 4 23'231.' Repnb Ada -- -- 10 7'. 7 7' CHICAGO (UP>. I EJEhlwl At 1E .. . .
2344: i Repub =..= a I 5OOPEp3fl.I "l.-r--z -._ .. .... ... .. .
Co. Steel Open ,
was ahead 25. at Dial Corp-Sea _.. 60 14*. 14 14*. 23 26'. 25'. 26'. High Low Close .
331?. Cooper-Bessemer lji at Dome Mines ___-_.30 2114 20a 204 Revere COP Br 8 19'. 19', 19'. WHEAT- I1OTTLE A' : l
22. Douglas Aircraft _. 1 584 58*, 584 I j Reynolds Tob B -_ 10 40'.4 39'. 404Safeway Sept' u_____ 281 281'. 273 278 :: ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF
", both new 1947 highs. Cudahy was .. Dresser Indust .__ 9 17*. 17*. 17*, Dee. .u____ 281',4 28H. 276 279V,. 3por'ffBE: -1 1'
duPont de N __.'_. 13 188 V. 187 188. '; Stores ___ 2 xd 2222'\ 22% March -Uh 281 281 177S.. 279V, 1..DAthvt'7 I '
I, -aFaitero St t. San Fran .h 13 8a 8'. 8'. May un__ 281 281 273 2764 .. "i f ST1 THEFLIGHT
I Air L 3 18H 18*. 18*. St Regis Pap ____ 9 10 9'. 10 JU&RN---- 258 250', 256'
PLANNED INCOME I Eastman Kodak-::: 18 43V, 42* 4344 :, Schanley Distil n__ 89 31*.. 303144 i,l I : .
El Power & Lt 33 17l. 16*. 171. .I Seab Al RR _--___ 18 16V, 1616\ '-, ; Sept. ---- 265 265 259 263 l ..
i Emerson El U S 12 lll. 12 I Bears Roebuck ____ 58 36 35'. 35'. ,I ile-----:_ 246 246 240 244 :
l Ert. RR -_.____:-, 15 y'py 4 / St'neJ' Inc I 11V 111* IH" May __0. -_ 239'l 239V.. 2331 238 DECK : iT:::

PROGRAMt I Eershan. -- -- 11 14 Va 134 1J*. !i I i Simmons Shell Onion Co oaTH-_::: 11 a 30'30 7.5475! 30 111I>, i i I I July OATSI n'-.... 2334 233'\, 227>4 231' R j

I SiOclair 01 I Sept. __ __ 120'.
34 354' 16 120'. 115 120.
Socony-Vacuum ==:: 81 t:'.' I Dec. 118'.. 118'. 113\\ AT THE SANFORD '
CURRENT YIELD5to5'2/ up 2\\\ at 53. Rails moved ahead 15'. 154 -- ---- 1164, AIRPORT SEPT. 20ih
I Sou Am 0 & P 29 xd 44, 4V. 4v. March -hU 11545 115, 114 a114 I
fractionally with better gains regIstered I Southern Pacific 35 43'-, 42', 431, I May' uh_ ill ill 107'. 110'. :
by New York Southern Ry' ---_ 20 3814 37'383' July' _-__h_ 102 10271 99", 3014. I !
Central. I I Newly Remodeled Dance floor and .
% Sperry' Corp n___ 28 22', 21'i 22V4 I BARLEY-: Ballroom
i Southern Pacific. Southern Railway Spiegel Inc __ho. 5 114. 11V, HHz Dec------ 187 ... 186a I Il
Northern Pacific and Baltimore Stand Brands __ .. 26 29 H 28'. 29V IiOYBEANSNo. DANCE TO l
& Ohio. Std O & E *4 Pf 2 26>, 254 26'. : ._u_ b3fO. 3ii: 342b34l: THE MUSIC OF
e j I Stand Oil Cal --. 26 59'4 58'. 59 Vi March h.h_ _-_ _u b340 !
Railroad bonds tugged. Cot1' Stand Oil Ind ._._
1 38 40'. 39'. 40 I II GLENN BROWN
ton at New York finished $1.85 j I Stand Oil NJ .__ 40 76.. 74-. 76 4 I, FOREIGN EXCHANGE & ORCHESTRA
STAN COMSTOCK to $2.65 bale I I Stand 011 Ohio -_ 16 30 v, 29*.. 30 V. NEW YORK {tAP Closing Foreign Exchange .
!.Stand Stl Spr ... 10 13V, 13 13V, rates follow tOnal Britain in
,........ "'Iti.70S At Chicago wheat was down % t>Sterling Drug __.. 8 37 36*. 364'! 1 dollars others in centsi. DLMNG FROM C TILL CLOSING
to 3> cents Stokely-Yan Camp 19 22 2H. 22 l; Canadian dollar i" New York OPEon mar
a bushel.
Lake ,2 corn 'off 2 Stone ... Webster n 4 13'137.; 13V4 I let 9 i. per cent discount: or 90.81:0 U.S. E2Er'! PiO1 : 50c COVER CHARGE FOR RESERVATION
DavM Drtv to 2 -t PHONE
?4' and oats lto 2% lower. |I l I Studebaker Corp h 29 20** 19*. 20H- cents down 1, 16 of a cent.
PMee 000-T.I.typS Bl II Curb leaders on the advance Sunray Oil __-_n_ 53 114. HVa 11*. I I Europe: Great Britain S403tUP FORGET fl4& .- .1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. SANFORD 9I1>
), .,....* cluded Cities Sunshine Mng h- 11 10 949'. of a cent: France .84 U of a e.tI : q-rt eRIc-A-BczAc =. .. .
Service. Root
in-I 8ift Co -__ 1 33*. 33" 33a i I unchanged.; Sweden eum. West Virginia Coal & -T_ Switzerland Ursnc) (com'U 23.40. !' 7777777VT7V2222223

T X.. 0......' las. Brown-Forman Distillers. New Texas Co n____ 17 59'. 59 % 69'.. I I anchante.1 -
Texas Gulf Sulph 9 54 9, 53 I54'. ; Latin America Argentina Free 24 84. ..
p Jersey Zinc and Electric Bond & Texas Pac C 4c 0 .. ; unchanged. Brazil Free. ; A
limber. 12 34H" 34>, 34*. 5.50. unchanged .THAT5 r
KA.S.DLDsjtaaa .. WHEEE
Share. Turnover of 180,000 shares Tex' Pac L Trust _- 17 28 27\a! 28 Mexico; 20.62. unchanged. I Ij f fI txgy co HEe t THEIK CAMOOFIA6E WMAT
Beacav Tla. here I Tide Wat A Oil __. 15 20'20 20'. j i 9 THEY HIP T14iZNO OUAZ1 EASTR KST \ :
compared PAI.O'
with HAP
51.000 Mon- MII1HT; 5 NAP '
day. Trans fe West Air 3 15'. 1SU ISV\ i I j NEW YORK (UP) Dun and Bradstreefs. ; Z; .7 ru *iur I STAY AT THE J JIST A5 wELL MACE HgSEUo ) TN P.1cWD4S 1
II Tri-Cont COrp ___ 15 61, 6'\. 6t* !I daily weighted price index of 30 basut 0 TOO BIWV WITH THEIR! rr'g CASIVAg F1NTW CNE DP FRONT//PACK POOR. / USEFUL WHILE WAJTJN'
I Twent .C-Fox ___ 20 26U' 25*. 26U' :; commodiuts(19JO-32 complied lor United Press I RK ID $ W COMEDOWN UP flOOK. UKE ( tOWAKM l Cf THAT TOTH, ;c337 AIM! tUfTKALU .
1- average equals 100). -
Union Bat & P _. 4 33 x287OS FZOM THE PAero'TH'WAU.THEEE ./ ( !'SOMEONE I II NOfThg 14.
32 ,
4 33 ----------- .
1 Union carbide h__ 19 102'. 102%.; 102'..) : :: : =-----------. 286.23 :, 1'WEZI 73kAppgoAcgE51 #, kgt
Un Oil Cal n__- 11 22 21'23 Ejjm!; ; : :-:------------- 283.53 s f cF L LW
_...,...- Union Pacific _.. 2 134V;, 134V 134V:: : _______ ___ 274 17 | .
United Air Lines n 12 20'. 20 20'. -- -----__----- 22435 4' .q. e
United Aircraft ___ 62 22'. 21" 22' 1947 H-gh (Sept' 15) ___________ 286.28 ..
'4' Un Cu-Wtf SIrs 15 5 4'. 5 1 1947 Low (Jan. 23* ______-___-_ 232.80 to
g"Chemicals" to c. -
-5: Presenting : United Corp 22 3 2'. 3r :I x-New 1947 high. i 1e JOME5- ,
-- - C __ ', 'a'
V '
United Fruit n-_. 4 xd SSH 55 55.1 .
cfffnjoy CAPUDlHt'S'? United M & U ::. -- 57 1S'. 15'. : ; ((51
United Gypsum .__ 11 100lj 99'. ,'
:l" quiCk/ relief fromHEADACHE1 U S Indus Chem __ 6 44>. 44>. .1
& 'fl U 3 Rubber ____ 25 43*. 43 15"1
A $ Za 3IIII02T INDUSTRY \\J U S-V-Steel ---____ 52 70 U 68'/a h.1 4I

B I S Vic Chern Wlp --'- 3 45 45
featuricg a -w- I I 00 -_______
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Yo pU .wrec that Ctpadiac is woodtrfitlj. fast WalterHI) G & W 19 20 39'20 ;-- IMA&HKT1C!...AMC HOW E1d6T'PAT '- "-5 J I Lko.- tAK,LETS K OH OVCMty.
gad cf k5cJ4'TcOktg. YCWC
CCCIVA R.ltcTc. so qaKklf bccaaM. lie !wos>au fUNT*
Century Progress New Discoveries hq..... Fallow. dunuou aa Ubd.Bondholders. Warner Walworth Bros Co Pict:.'.38. 3 14 94 V. lr' 1445 9'. I'' 17 T Far VMOULP OME erADsSMN toEElwf ,WO LOTS AEE. PIT'S STEPPEP ON J htaYEE 111EV P019512 '1'I cerar *apc.., a'v asrg

1 West lad Bug .. 11 25 I .jppa TJiE OOPS OFHCUCTDE* W OVAVAE) UOLDPIO ON hEE5 V
u 24'. 25 .. WHO 6MDS BOe"* TNE .
West Un Tel ... I. OfUS JOB. 815.
Peak A 23 2544 24V 25V4 Gq : KVEOOT hITS 9CtL TIIEZ.a
I I Westing Air Br h_ 10 3433 34U I S7ZZTW 'flEY'P SE CM.Y'TOO GLW Sooty SE A Paag OF' DC
: I OO5IP1 .
Wecting Elee tr tLP SB 'R .
-J eeTiz* v a'.t*. 7
Wheeling eet"n: :; : t fS I o mscst 6o* zio ae.sc. cpc oq Tiigiz wiY }y. ;..

An M of White Motor _____ 3 26U 25V, 26'.. H I __ ... ,,. jggg..., "
L P F & 13 Production : Willys-Overland 14 8*, 8*. 8*. i ; -v _________ ThE -
Wilson *, Co __::: IS 14-4 14'345 Q 1r.m9i56 0
Woolworth FW) .. 14 46'. 46 V4 46*. cnbe vooii f&
for Chicago Rapid Transit "f. :.; \ : / hi
Investor I WorthmgJ M __ 2 56Va 56V 56Va\ < CI 4 17 :

; ___. ; ;, Chicago Railway Co. I Yonugst-z Sh & T __ 14 684 679. 68V4 I j i i* I ,, a,. __ .

Zonite Product;: ___ 3 6l. 6'64'\. i' 5 :
Approxiirate final total today' '740.000. _

Here Final Court decision has been made "yCalseleefh I ) .
i i. the _
Cinderella industry of America. covering sale of all
properties ol iii \ I __
above named 1 '
Companies. Claims of :
Chemicals where miracle ____
is Bondholders
making a production- should be settled soon -- .. -

line job, where change is the standard. tempo of Holders of the old Bonds are: Invited I l.liix UM atoim with saw cvskioai &$ f-ITZA PEAL PHOGBOUNDfT j A-PUTT1N' CONGRESS ON TH NEW
operation. to ask for details of ONE application fits lik. saw 'CU 1-17n.AGAINST ZEALAND IGPESSMD4aiag
paid on each Bond and how to col ,, __Its proper chewis. IM! vr BILL TO PUT AN' WHICH 'WAS EXPOSED rTH VOTERS: "i
ffAS -
To Try Dsanse..i.. Momy bock i is DOlM'IN IT
keep pace with all its new products and new led these payments. IllostiCo .5'c",8t tuba. .,druggists.Hemorrhoids.. .. CC.i/GRI4SS' QVTh W'-BUT 4 NEW ZEALAND.T- GOT IGGORANT; Alt LlNP6.TRlOTl 1 / A

processes to know which will affect A/P-AND \1.671 AFORE AMI YO'-ALL KNOWS W'HlIT'lh MIGHT DEFEATEDrr-AN.1"WA5S 'WHUT 1- 1 ozwra' 7B ...
tomorrow'oearnings HAPPEN $ .
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11. Special Notices lIS. Schools and Instruction 19. Services Offered 119. Services Offered '' 32. Articles for Rent 7-33. Articles for Sale I <(iJdauWl .4 <
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ClassifiedSentinelStar NOTICE TO ALL REALTORS-My I, MRS. SHIRLEY F. MCKE.N'EY new 'f CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash I I II SEPTIC TANKS-Inztalled. State approved -I' FLOOR SANDERS New American I ALLIS-cHALMERS Power units now : SEPT. 17, '41 WD rOB n
dairy farm located on Cheney Highway resident and graduate of Cincinnati -, and carry prices win save you I 600 gal. capacity See our "'B" new edser Reasonable ratea available Immediate de nn. Complete .

section 19 township 22. range Conservatory of Music wishes : money Bring us Tour clothes Superior :::0:1 17lh St West of Orange I I C. R. Barke 1605 S. Bumby 7831. stock from smallest to largest i,
31 is now off the market Max Des eight or ten music pupils Ten dollars Cleaners 214 Boone St. .: 2-4519 Hagen-MueUer I' Also Farm Tractors General Track
Rosier monthly Includes eight one-naif FLOOR SANDER AND EDGER: also & Equipment Co 2319 McRae: 98119. !! Art sw< i.' 9 _
hour lessons and two CONCRETE FLOORS etc. We form I : TRACTOR SERVICE New round ji j I cabinet Sander and floor polisher 2-
\\ant-Ad Rates SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually one-hour private music piano tfceory classes: Beginners : pour and finish concrete floors.driveways. :\i plowed, lots leveled Contract or Wyckotla Hd.... 2524 KuhJ 2-28.21 j ANTIQUE DIMO TABLE Solid DOOM-.> pcaol for .a..... 'asarived <
Dally | designed 120.J: E. WashIngton Ph and children 8 to 14 specialty waits and Steps For price r rI rI rI I. hourly rate Phone 2-7283 i| I' oak base 54-inch round marble too. I Umlae swwoly Mills *
zse per fine I 2-3506. Mrs Warren e.tmate call Z- 25Q. Daonham Concrete FLOOR SANDER-Edaer and polish- 2018 Fhiroanka Ave Winter Park I Nell-"' .
Road. I
1323 Terrace Drive Conway
Minimum charge 75elanday Co. TRACTOR WORK New round er. All new Arnold Paint Store. Phone 681W.AlMU'ITIONShot. tMk.- 4
JOe per unc 'w. P. KELLT. Registered Surveyor plowed, dirt moving landscaping 407 8. Orange 2-3786. DINING ROOM MTLa.
Minimum charge 90e Church and Main Arcade Phone 16. Travel Information CONCRETE SERVICE-Floors, roofs.drlve..ars. Ph. 9106 or Winter Park. 1304-w. HOSPITAL. BEDS Wheel :! run shells: 12. chairs asS buffet m Tetopt-one
I : chairs
Ut6. steps and walk The 16. 20 and 410 sauce 22 rifle tart- | .745
I Consecutive Days Ifte line I oxygen therapy equipment also -- -
I Cooaecatlve Days Uo line a day NEW HAMPSHIRE-Leaving Thurs best in engineering, workmanship TREE SURGERY-All kinds. Palms.trimmed sales Orlando Oxygen. Service :12 Ca- I ridges lone and short Herman btst.Yiak. swIvel I chair 1 side
-Cut a Average Words 1 a day GET WELL KEEP WELL Is the day or Friday '47 Chevrolet Can and material Fne estimates For or removed Dangeroustrees rclina Ct Ph 2-1287.nlght Loan Qlce. 27 W Church chairs.: aU for $129 Tte hon'
line) slogan for The Health Home. Every take 3. 1341 Harmon Winter Park concrete work: of all kinds call 67oO our specialty Pine trees re; 9617. 2-4*.7uiituso
MattoMal _ _
Out of State) Mates I Patient cared for by licensed 'phjsic \'EPRACTWHAT"WEP EAcii or 9530. Buchanan Concrete Co. I moveS cheap Lots cleared. Licensed. TYPEWRITERS makes: al o idd ALtr&QNuM MOULDINGS trinuDtnc i
....I. Inseniona JOe per line ;*nr Diet exercise and special treatments \ bonded J. P. Newton 116 Irna. lug machines by week or month. and sink rims 2Or. oft Soutbran I ROOM TABU-Matocarowith
I Consecutive Dan 25c line a day to promote health. -OUr vacation Tour" extends CONCRETE WORK Driveways steps Phone 2-1147. Office Equipment Exchange. pmithcorona Steel Sales Co.. 100 W. Aaetta; 1 Id ueioleooMt chests *avtlsjB
Only one from until Oct 1't Call for walks floors septic tanks Li- .... apetMi mat
I waimt
CoaaocuUve Days 20c tne a day vacancy) Phone 50 now Aseota. 22O a Main St : B85O 2-.4U. sawo
I Winter Tours then. Orlando Travel eetised bonded Southern States Floor I TREES DEMOSSED trimmed, taken --_ : cries AnUaoe walnut ehe.t af draw
aovwtiaMw *..,. rMumted. to notify 1%. Lost and Found CONCRETE WORK-Plain and colored -I .i ton. 525 S a. Summerlln Ph. 8<77CPHOLSTERTNO saws: : power mowers lag bags. Jungle hammocks. canvas rwt cedar ttned rpt Several tu.r
wa lm I 17. Hauling and Moving i floors Beautiful colored flagstone mixer dnd ft used :...__. dry Good
their ads as the ** tifwl-star will SERVICE-We are"oP..n and mac YO\Inc's Tool Rentals. 100 rain coats Many new Items at
BILLFOLD LOST between Belmont driveways outdoor lire- condition. F.. 9M3 12U O Ue
.. steps
rwaoonaiolo far only one ...- 1 for inspection" Our work W. W sshin.ton 7323 f.VY Morgan s Sarvate Store.
Cafe and Florida __ LaAe.
aorvwct rnaertionAlt Bank Bldg Monday ALLIED VAN LIliES INC-NationsIkrtest pieces seawalls stepping stonesNidY Should _
a modern Miss done while watch. : E Churrh.AIRPLAl'EMODEt..scompiete. -
early A M I you Materials 46 _
Identifications about movers of household soods. & Evans inter Park 469. TYPEWRITER RENTALS Special DARK ROOM easnpiwte tnctodIM
Wam-Ads tart in Th. Orlande $B Phone 2-2396 I from the best factories In the u.s A. monthly and stock
Call Fidelity Storage tc Warehouse Muffet quarterly rates and attach
DRY CLEANING We employ only Russ Mattress Speed Graphic ra>
Morn Co. 1122
ma Sentinel W. Church.
and art printed I Co.. for free estimates on your long skilled experienced help and I 2-2213. Check with George Stuart 13 S models and accessories Ho-O menu Call 7-t.4. it interestedKwrrcbOPHMA
a both Tko Sentinel and The I BICYCLE LOST-In front ot Grand i I distance moving 56-61 W. Jackson' Find Job-hunting tough, it Main St.. phone 8156: Rs::road. boats racing cars Model --ciiirre---ii::
;Orlando Evening Star on the game I Theater Sunday mzbt Reward if ,8t Phone 2-3184. modern machinery Try ns MacDuff sup h..s. Haley. 214 N. Or..... 6CO6 :
date returned to Adams Seati d-Star. Cleaners. 204 Ridgewood corner Must be that her methodIs UPHOLSTERING covers refintehmg DO THE WORK YOURSELF Rentour v....... PUs Ie volumes oftfrer chit-
: AERO MA4TLOWLR, TRANSIT. CO. Rosalind Phone 2-1060. We call without obligation sander. edger. or polisher. It BATHROOM CABINETS Recess :'s stories from rune,, to h:.h'chool
rho Want-Ad Detartaunt Is open DOG LOST-Medium Mae female bird I -Lonz: distance moving Call Joiner 1 DREDGING and water front work Wrong; Artcraft Intenor Decorators 2200 costs very little Smyth Lumber Co. types Free parking space Complete Bajrsain Ph 7\4XLBCntIC
tram a 3O a aa to 6 pjn daily I dog Color is liver and white: Ans1 Van and Storage service for free I dockz Do W. Church. 2- 006. N. Orange and Railroad. line hardware foods WUaoa -. WIIh-
uaday from 9 to 12 a m. I nets to the name of Lucy Pet. Re- estimates; also local moving storage i boat houses fills and and fine bathing you. For thousands today Leonard Hardware 316 S. Orange TATHt PClO: 4iaaHosi
Deadline for Sunday I need low land a VENETIAN BLINDS-Made like new tank Goad na-gltin. MOI22
oat noon Paper Satur. ardCaH4534. .__ = _. tacking; crating and snipping sandy beach which will drive out Owe position and pay Lowest. prices Best services. Call i 33. Articles fur Sale Blossom TraIl. 1 $ 2tIIa *
1400 S. Division ph. 7988
: DOGS FOUND male Fern the snakes and mo quitW Contact Adams. Ph. 95: -819 W. Central BED-Hollywood. brand new Can : -
near ; ELBCTSIC e'e.
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\ou Can Tlace Your Creek and Amelia Ave Owner call DEEMS DELIVERY: Service. phone Correct Craft Lie. Pine Castle Boat To Want Ads they bought Orlando. Fia.VENETIAN ANTIQUES-Bric-a-brac, china glass, 2-7232 After S p.m. I, the OMB electric plaa
\\ant-\d by Humane Society. 8278. 7673 light moving and hauling; & Construction Co .t 2-2465. I fine funriture. due Beery 11 Ma- BABY -BUGXJY=:'n.nr-In: food tricny see CobooB M.
TelephoneDial For a BLINDS Our factory Arcade Some models l. stack -
load insured reasonable = song. grader
every : ratea FLOOR SANDING Finishing Specialise condition Telephone 24$23BRIEFcAsBBoP"nUi hELECTRIC
i if I trained employees can repair any : chiMe Co U* W. sot
4161lI.llabSltters..Chfld FOX TERROR DOG Lost. Female: ; FULFORD VAN STORAGE Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 AIR CONDITIONING morrs2por\ -
& CO- make of blinds or repaint to look like lfath r:20. ,. .:
answers by came Tiney; white with f Wanted part loads or loads to yrs experience Modern equipment : Let Want Ads get a good income new. Orlando Venetian Blind Mil able Carrier and Keiinaior Suit off Florida Business EouiomentCo Several Bumkr atoro tYpes
yellow Liberal at Kelvinator Drat
pots: very playful Cleveland or en route SePt. 20th. Work guaranteed Licensed Prompt Co.. 1739 Kuhl able for cooling office Priced reasonable *
Ave 8059WASH1NQ ,
: : 390 i Orange Ave Phone 5454
reward for information to same L. Phone :5286 for eattmate. 133- H.I service C. B Burke 7851 for you for full or spare ; Phone 5296 or 5633 I Ilion. I I. ware 102 W. ChoirS- _
Caie Allen, :719 22nd. St. Phone 2-4428: MACHINES REPAIREDAll BICYCLE Man 28" in good condl- ELEY'TUc-wA:: MEATCM = M
I FLOOR SAXDISGFL'USBL'i'GExpert time. Dial 4161. utility
makes Maytaz official service $18. See at 11 W. Lucerne I and 40-caUon: also gas XMaUaai
RAY AND CHILD Care By day HORSE LOST-Blue roan Weight GENERAL HAULING-Large or small mechanics work: guaranteed Barton a. next to Colony Theater building 12x20. Aluminum frame Circle Apt 1.BASYPLAY. 1IaMwM.
..eek ot hour In my home Excel about 900 Ibs Notify Hubert I loads. We veil and deliver rich top estab:ished 1925. Orlando Floor Surfacing Winter Park 93. and siding Overhead door. Special ,'i 1 I.r heaters B-"r .
r r,: are proUoed 103 E Harvard Home Rt 5. Box 323 ,1'0\1 Phone 56b5. Co 1809 N Orange Ave. dial I price in one only Mills and Nebraska. PSNS-Adjustable to 3, 108 W CbwHCLEXmtIC _
WASHING MACHINES REPAIREDAU 7 ft $12 93. Orlando Furniture
5 or I.UP.
I W. 7836 r MOTOIH-Plaaity tt" .
-- 'S Local moving: 19. Services Offered makes 24 hr. service and pickup ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE-dumber Co 141 and 615: West Church I
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BOARD room, toting 11. Beauty Parlors storage crating packing Also FLRNITURE REFIMSHED; upholstered service Caldwell and Harris 2213 16 mesh. 32 inch 36 Inch. 48 1 Street.BARRELSWood. I j I I heavy
care for chil and MeKlniwr Mwchine >
tlr.a Lara playgrounds. agent for Delcher Long DistanceMoving. Paul Repair Shop. 2611! E. PAL'liTING-9d2 room celllni and Ednewater. Dr.. College Park 2-1972. Inch. Southeast Steel Sales Co.. 100 pomp motors .
D.,. Work 131 W. KaJeyELBCTIUC
55 tal
AMUERMAN:' Helene Curtis cold 506 Mary St. Dial 4965 Washington St. Dial 2-1168. walla $12. using flat oil Low rateexteriors. W Amelia: teL 2-1442 : : lOad con
"IL. **tll,?1* E.. Mkbioti: ... WELL DRILLING-We specialize la 1 datloD.ruU Treatin Crop 13] IMoll'ber llrta tic
w ave including conditioning shampoo LONG DISTANCE MOVING AU FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING M. HeUand. 2-4287 small diameter APARTMENYtAG'UjquipmentCompiet. :
deep well. 2 2H W. Orant Ave Phone MS3i w1ar
BITTY HAMU PLAY SCHOOL haircut and test curls $10 un1U points Packing crating local moving I Prompt service Modern equipment s'AlNflNO< PaperhanTmz. Quails and 3". Can Install well and pump kitchen with refrigerator Obdtraai oraaal new *55 prVewt
Aaen 3-t Hours 9 tij 11 30 80S Sip 30th 20 E Pine6462CHARLOTTE : unit Established range sink and cabInets. Water I i BOAT-Vee-bottom plywod Reasonable *e. ,pr:ol '7e50! : eoar termsPerdoe
____ Suddath Moving & Storage Co. portab power -I materials, craftsmen. Immediate on FHA plan Call or write P. f Merls 223E RadIo 221 It Main 2.J'fl.
!bLs Park Dr MS3TIMY 115 W Columbia Phone 8154. 1935 Skilled workman, licensed. 1 heaters. Heating systems both gas Applr.t Grocery
___ i serce Licensed, bonded. Ph. 9724 FrenrhLongwoodFla. Phone.
-KAY BEAUTY SALON bonded insured Stevens Floor Sur- Free estimates.PALVIING.House. I __ _" and oil. Modern Appliances Inc. 423'' South St_ _ _
TOT DAY NURSERY: ,. -111 S. Orange over McCrors :Sand ORLANDO PARCEL DELH ERY- |I 1 facing Co. Phone 6582 WELL DRStLfNG-We PQuIDllf'dto N Oranee: 2rncOMPR- w 01 i :am corbeau Registered nurse 10 l-ider new management. Packsce delivery: and messengersesice. : painting U aD--ar\: drill shallow and deep. wells Any ELECTRIC RAJlOa-rw agineditdelivery.
New 14
PI.... elephone 76..:; Consult Krlley lor your permanent Bat,age transferred Phone GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS installed I conserve your money improve Size uP to 8 inch No water no pay sSOR5-2. portable'with boards and boat equipment .
___ wave or cold wave. before the rush. :! 84._ ___ ; Al,o sheet metal work of your home paint safe with laDler Nothing down. 36 months to pay motors Computing scale. 24- ft cypress boats $85. 12 ft cypmsboatv wells
All boats have bait
CH1LDMEN CARED FOR by hour For appointment phone 4014. EMPTY VAN returning N. Y. points any kind ventilato-s chimney hoods P. CUrtis. Call 2-3930 for estimatesPOWER Belmany Well Drilling and Pump lb. capacity Lathe. 9-in swing "2- 175 caaklnn at its ..... Past
day or week. Also 24 hour etc Phone Winter Park. 409 day: Or- In. bed with all attachments and For further Information see EdwaroaA. '
care Supply ,
Supervised play well balanced meals EDOEWATEB "j3EA TY-SAWk 2422: en route. Return load reduced lando 2-0077 night Dunnagan Metal I LAWN MOWER repairedI Road 3. Winter Garden bench; con (365 cheap $250: practt Sons Fairbanks Ave and 0 d clean ttoUtf to CM. YOU m
774 a Pennsylvania. Winter Park Permanent Complete $6.50 uP. rates Uni' d. 243 W. 60th. N Y Co.. 1006 W. Fa!rbanks. Winter Park. I and sharpened. Hanson DisselerCc Orlando P15. P11. 7081. call new Hint-Flo cabinet $75 ADopts Hi*ay. Can Winter Park meals I. slat uawsfort wttk am elactrie .
....... 2s. : Beauty Culture Complete. 2-3193. Circle 7-3191. iOUSE9WASHED-b7S 2309 N. Orange 9718.PLASTERAND WATCH AND .JEWf; :R REPAIR department Pintail machine $45. Rollaway file I: 769-R raose FtesMktav dectrsg Dratcocks
Evening Appointments Hilda Monet Los Pickup and delivery the food SM( the oas: *.
STUCCO $10. Electric .
I IOESESBEiuTYSHOP looks different. Call Steam contractors radio (17 50 BATTERIES-Guaranteed $5. BatI -
11. =Back"to 19. Services OfferedAUTO process also patching Free estimates. Or- service Reasonable price Another G E. 7S-lb Ice box like new JoO teries repaired We buy old batterles .
Special Notices 2-3625. and let
House Washing Co.. I
service at Pharmacy Walter J Wiles ..... .1 Z. MaMaSon. -
McElroys :
school specials All waves reduced. I tell .hr. Estimates free lando Home Maintenance Telephone 12S Vanity dressers chests of drs,,ers. Ruckle. Tire and Batery Shop.
Phone 6686: 204 South Main St.RAY'S GLASS installed while yon us rOil ; 9948 I S Orange Phone 2-3186. cot beds studio couch ..wardrobe 17th and 8 Orange Blossom 75 4BATHPOOM Posoded I.-
ADVICE DAILY-Spiritual readings gait Bob Auto Glass Shop. 122 HOUSES WASiUDs: rHna and WHY PAINT? A linoleum gas stove center tableHundreds I I
Rev A. M Qreaver DD S12 W BUtfrYPARL -AJ'-t7P windows Look like paint Jobs PIPE CUT and threaded to your specification steam cleaning job ; : TILE In Rust-Proof
W. PIne. Ph. 4949 on house of other items Am I
your will restore Its former closing
Central Phone M37ADTICK permanent waves Pre-heat and Florida Pipe A Supply I Prematile All colors Low coat tree'estimates.
Dial 4222 ACETYLENE and"electric Free estimates: work: guaranteed Co. 6.10W. Church 6118 beauty Restaurant owners let us out my business 126 S. Bryan ph ELECTRIC B1T3VL45 aaW esadi-
:_ cold waves a specialty welding: Call Autrey. 6326 : phone Central Florida Sales 2323N.
Ptyehle readings 2-4302. BM 100 W 1 Orlaaoa
dallyMeeUwa. work -- : unitary-ize your kitchen before the I : uon
38 East Pine One piece only.nOFPo machine on pumps saw nulls RADIO >AIRSbJ.kUj"d technicians orange: dial 6M9
Phone TOW. 44V W ---- ; and road construction machinery; HOMES SERVICE General repairs. tourist season start. Fr ootimate.S AUTOMATIC W&TEK HEATERS== EUCTi.ICJciBOX-: : oadroMi set. .,-
this while wait Daily pickup BILLFOLDS-LP.fhu. Values
Charrb St. Her Cherry A\Y permanent New construction Windows. I you w Smith ra'l! 9174 Electric and up to .
aluminum and brass easting McKlo- gas IO-la-30-0-aL log roam faratture Oimealu P Oin
Salon and delivery service Satisfaction clearance
utopia Beauty $1 Final
week Ray $7 SO now
ALICe C.A.JU.J1I-IOt Ftorlda BankBailsttac 8Qj: E Wavhntton: ph 9725. ney Machine Work.. 131 W. Kale sereena and bonded and caulking Do"5..ell.service Ph Licensed 9522 -: guaranteed Call "'Scotty at Britts LAR.GEPALMS. shrubs heavy ob- Circulating oil heaters Rome and Herman Loan Office 27 W. Church ,, Lockhart.
:. anDerfhMaa hair _. :ANTIQUES BEAUTiFIEDNatural I General Electric store 356 N. Or- jects moved with derrick truck Spark From 37000 to 70000 CIRCULATING I ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic
aaeotly removed Pit 4406 LAWNS MO\"ED-Vaca t OiS" .rt : Orlando Nurseries Call 7847 B T.U. rapacity ::
15. Schools and Instruction woods preserved natural finishes ange AYe_Phone 8942. and Therraoflo. For better troll Pntverval proctor $
Attic fans
Pc.er machmrn useel. Call 9644. to 48-in. Silent
restored. Russ Mattress Co.. 1122 W I LEAKS. '' Baujby Harduace59W6
AMANDA SRADP'OftD-Pychte" read- RADIO SERVICE-Auto radios repaired LEAKS LEAKS-Anybody breeie fan heat control. A must for a new house
: Church: 22213.WNL"iiOS. I LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED Also while I you wait or shop Orlando can fix them But. everybody cant Mills & Nebra'icaCIRCt .
ina cirrlr 2 3O TIM 541 West Co- BALLROOM DANCING-All types We can make Immediate deivery.
CA.'iOPIES--RoU i I I I lawn cutting service Hanson-Disseler s auto repair station find them We find them. Ph. 5718 ELECTRIC: OAS AND OIL hill autr
luaibia Ave phone 2-2331OOrTVAIJtBCENT Private lessons 29 W Central Call cur- Ave. i 1 ; rJa"d and Installation on all of the LATINO HEATER-Used. Oil
2309 S Orange
= Close Jane Dickson 2-U428 for appOint- tainsfnetian blinds made to or- I Co. Motors service on PLUMBING REPAIRED=Bill King above items burning with SO sal tank. $75.T..I.none made water heaters Price: laaealI -
: HOME In3M derfree estimates Colonial Awning I MATTRESS RENOVATED Most all General Motors autos Parking lot for I led C. Jay Balliet DIsplay Boom,
n-enty: prompt guaranteed reoairs Wlllard and Kelser Vogue Theater 774a '
_ _ _
East Kaley _ _
Aveaue Telephone entrance on State St. Britts General East Washington..
employing Phone 717
Co.. 821 Hillcrest Ave. Phone 2-4612. modern methods used. : 5059 Residence. 1729 Grand block Colonlaltown Phone 5136 ':
*5I4MAAOtSlender5ng DALE CARNEOIE< COURSES-Effective -' i the most modern of equipment. Sterilizing I Electric store 356 N. Orange Av* COSTUME JEWELRY-Final cl
human relations ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any mw-u-f'E'"f your rug Cleaned (1 from SOc
: j jpersonality I Phone 8942 a nee Earrings:
also for I development and leaderslip : i; kind of clock or electric equipment. re-springing and recovering with live steam ebamooo Floor. ANTIQUE AND MODERN pieces at $2.98. values as high as S35 ar'I' ELEC1RIC TOASTERS Iroav. roosters
NewritJs and Arthritis: Gilbert. We fix everything Barker I the only satisfactory way Ross Mattress ROOP-.uPAIRING-He.. roofs Installed master Hoc hot platea waffle combinaUona
training for ', 323 E King our regular auction Thursday night : Loan Office. 27 W
tajM W-Y.Ie.ala.--. Ladies- only snperrisers. salesmen : r-n: :wornI I I Shop._48 W CentraLP696. :|I Co.. 1122 W. Church: 2-Z113 Patching and painting Ave Phone 5460. i 730pm. JE.n's -- Fair Store. 10 W Caarch. _

MTJUrCL PARKER = SDirttaaltetnea en. October classes now being formed AWNINGS-Let us help yon with OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED: .::Our 1 Rtd the Roofer." Phone :2-1255 KCOHEYS MODERN HOME repairs CAMP STOVES Just received Hardware ENAMEL aa--a.-ral; boaMredpleee
larae shipment. Bumby
.tan daily Circle: Tbondayi Only forty in each class For d- your awning problems For free service guaranteed Check: with RADIO SERVICE-Lee Ownsby You Additions. roofing Nothing down In case of hurricane storm Thursdays I I enamel sorting wtasuila
S aim a.|3 E Washington StATIE ; tails .rite Dale Carnegie Course. P. estimates cail Mr. McGee at 9826 George Stuart. 13 S. Main St. Phone will save money by using our cash 16 months to pay If desired. Phone sale will be held Friday I 102 W Churfh.'_" _' "_ _' from_ 25 to 33 1.3"" o'f taos Stores

-- ,,0 Box 2807 Orl.ndo._ _ Florida Awning Co. 432 S Hughey 8158. ai.d carry system 137 W Church St. 5026 for estimate All work guaran- i I night DOORS-Sizes 20 I 6 8 and 2 4" s I Co 25 K Fine_Phone 2-3163.._ ___
RIG TIME: MARKET 'ted I 68'. 1 pane!: 30" TO". 1% 8''
Salesmen I Io piano technician announces be Is mercial household ,Following Is a partial list of mercnandue panels: and a few odd doors All sperl I REFRIGERATOR: tor
for buyers- sellers Prepare for Brokers and : parts tractors and power units.Farm and repairs .l prices. Mills and Nebraska. ELECTRIC 1m-
Classes start Sept 3: applications and Co.. 40 now ready for business and will continue Good work charges reasonable Fernuson 39. Good Place to Eat to be sold: Very fine 6-.... '" mediate deUvery MO.W. you caa sit
your need-filler by phoning must be made before that nate See W_ n o.crk7W I to tune and service your pianos Refrigeration Service Ph. 9752. modern bedroom suite wheat finish DESKS=New and u-ed Priced"fromS37 all the featoree yow awed in on

renters and swappersMeet retary at School all hours for registration I APPLIANCES REPAIRED FaPJ.: with the skill acquired through. many ROOFING' --.something has WHEN PLANNING a banquet wedding I 6-pc Monterey type dinette suite 5- 500 $95. Florida Business handsome compact. unit 400 B.. ..
assistance 139 E. Pine St. 1 ;years Office 787 Antfmette Ave. I newbeen pc rock maple dinette suite A fineselection Eqolnoien Co 390 N. Orange Aye ft Room
4161 today. I toasters irons and lamps Ph 5186 added" Garfoil" Single ply reception birthday or dinner fresh food capacity: 14 cu
Pb. 6566. Johnson Electric Co 23 E. Church Winter Park. Phone 381M. outlasts any known product, especially party call Longwood Hotel Long- of S various type sofas and 5454 for everything Over 300 Bw cf
side chairs
P.oNFORT-WnI accept pupils : BC'LDING REPAIR and Remodeling I ID. PIANO TUNING and repairing) Quality adapted to flat or low sloping I wood. 13 for suggestions and prices some. Antique love Spinet red mahoaanydefk. DRINKING' FOUNTAIN:' Kelvlna- freeser locker space. 6 cn.. Large
seat yelour.I
for erran harmony, orchestration : D. Riddle. bonded contractor workmanship at reasonable prices. '> roofs For information can 510 A MEAL OR A SANDWICH at the I walnut frame side arms in tor. automatic thermostat BumhyHardware ice making rapacity The mrtaera-
etc 182 Amherst St. Fully guaranteed Call S300 Associated -' I open paI 102 W. Church tor that alarm modern, Maya sMdem -
21 E Central Ph. 7560 and 2- ; Smith ft Sons Roofing Co. Shingles! Downer Flake Coffee Shoo 29 E I minus positions Empire chair Cedar
"WATCH THE TIME"DEADLINE DROLL NOW FOR FALL clashes In i 4631BOOKKZEPING. Store for immediate service.PAINTINGPaperhanglng $6.50 per square roofing S2.65 per ,, Central Ave.. 6'OO a..m.0 7:30 pjn cheat. Sectional sofa Many other DL.qINGRoo'ii StrrTE- i-piece. sonS and grows moee osefwl every day,
By roll Raymonds Wlc'er. daily eYcept Sunday Orlando Furniture Walter I. Wilcoz Inc. II E. Robinson -
acrobatics tap. ballet and ball- :; -Part time basis ; experienced 1 Warehouse. I items condition (79 50.
room Bess-ey School of Dance Systems Inst.Ued-P. roll records : men. Best: of references: i Garden Rd. _Co. 615_West Church Street : Founded 193 .
rh 4093 and reports--Quarterly and annualtax Call 4626. L. E. Price &: Sons RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED 31 Good Things to Eat We also have a full line of bric-a- DININO ROOM SUITES--- -Mabovany. I .

TDTORL'iG-Co.cb1nc primary and returns Reasonable rates. Ph : PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central i E::p rt workmanship fact service brac china cut (lass, silver. antique Duncan Phyle, Walnut and Blonde. I FLOOR FURNACES- Both awe Mut
FORSUNDAY grade .children Former teacher 7912 or 8579. Plumbing< Heating Co.. 15 N Guaranteed mothprooflnt service Ph. ROWETIores! '. Orange Blossom and furniture lamps rugs etc Also solid Manle Limited rupply. Orlando I OIl. Phone 2-1514 for eattmato of
Pure Florida. best grade filtered for aB alee
Bryan Day 2-223S. Niaht 7538. 3-299O. Kleentaie Co. of Orlando. : Furniture Co 14t W Church complete instauatioa
Group or individual rates. Reasonable BULLDOZER: : SERVICE Clearing : I .. 1
honey in one pound glass Jan unlabelled Ask anybody wl has attended these residences. duplex and _all eottsten -
PAPERis Ph. 2-4374 after 1 p.m grubbing and grading Also pan SEPTIC TA KS-INSTALLED and Faiths and Ferran. Eustis t sales They will tell of the DOORS. sash cabinets store fix- I Modern Appttancca, toe. 4M
you tremendous -
work and palmetto rake Phone PLUMBING INSTALLATION-Harper cleaned State approved 20 years tares all types ot woodwork Or- N. Oran e.
_I__ savings accorded them.Remember. !
2-4427 J. T Murdoch Plumbing Service Winter Park in business Altermatt. Call 6730 or I.ndo Woodcraft Industries 1500 W '
TURKEYS-!: -Finest quality SOe a Ib FRIOIDAIRE ft Excellent coalition -
YOUR NUMBER ONE CLAY ROAD. SUILTAlSo-lime: rock 493-M I 7/11 for ser\ice Washln ton _ _
Falrvilla Poultry Farm phone In case of hurricane our 1156 Can be seen at 3303 5.
SATURDAY NOON prospects for whateveryou paving with surface treatment SOLAR SYSTI.I\4.S-Inst.l1eeS.! \ Immediate 5927 sale will be postponed Thursday DEWALf POWER: SAWS-Also Paris :, Orange Blossom Trail
Work guaranteed. Bumby & Stimp- PAINT ESTIMATES Color suazestions delivery Phone 8749. D'orsavCraig -i and will be held Friday night planers Mail saws drills. Logan I -
wish to sell are waiting son. Inc. Phone 7649. Reliable painters recornmended -, Inc 1808 8. Bumby 32. Articles for Rent metal lathes J. D' Pease telephone,'I FLUORESCENT.:: FIXTURES" W
DIAL 4161 ; I| strip '3 9S Mew 'CInliDeta
YTRAcTBUILDn.G f new homes Hatch 6001. At GllddenjPAINTERS SEPTIC TANKS cleaned: everything R Bodero Auctioneer Deminc Aurtion Mount Dora 3753 stock Fair Stare 10 W Church
to read aboutIt
in Sentinel- : and repairs to homes and building AVAII.ASI.E-Free: estl'I pumped and hauled. P. J. Burke. BULLDOZER-Wllh rake and disc Sales Co.. 733 W. Church' DAY BED with mattress. high

Star Want Ads. Dial 4161. I i of any kind. Repairs financed T PFuLard. mates Arnold Paint Store. 407 S permanent resident. bonded. Insured. Hourly or contract Free estimate 2-01(6 wicker: set and cur-sin: 2007 chalr'j Continned On Next Pare
133 E Concord 2-4032. Orange phone 2-3786. Route 19. Box 231 2-0678. Phone 2-4257. J selL St. turn right off S. B

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i (Orlando g-rntinrl 133. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale 46.:__loose for Rent POOR PA AUNT HETB I 51. Houses for Sale '{;-51.- Houses for Sale 1|I 51.. ._-_. Houses for Sale

: PAGE 14 WED. SEPT. 17. '47 FLOOR MC Ibs. VENETIAN EU The best cost I j, NORTHWEST-Roomy frame bUD j i
with srb no more Ad.ms 919 W. Church. Bv CLAUDE CALLANI ROBERt QUILLCN I with front and rear porches WINTER PARK-CMC heS4tlSS.< *
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polishing brushes. aS.w is the
Orlando. Ph.
: [Cent: From Irecedint Pare) j I 4790.i 2 15.i COUNTRY 2 ETAT3 bdom. GR SOL cash down a I> large bedrooma. oak fo .tac I 1 I perfect resOy s4itiSS raab05m SOC tS 1505 home 3bedrooms.

i 1947 b.t. frnt. 0ius,, I a here i Is a home live flrlo., ele
i PAINT-85.50 Ia outside paint for VAc mor CAE-Relalr.month. sacri I B'dok. A Paradise for real Floi- 'I 'Dr monU in. Concrete block Its iris klthel addition there Is a 2 tIled a=:t :

Articles for I 84.50. 5-gal. rof coating for Mills 4161, Unfurnished or partially years old. Completely furnished 3-car garage 28x32. .and good. roomtiirouabout- gusghent
1 !! Sat ,I 1 9 Arnold Paint. 407 S. Orange. ext.e 5. 58. Bb furnished. hhmt. boating, swimming r 2 bedrooms living foom with wIt. Excellent for rental apartment cr and bailt of dan Terms.ma-
etc. terials
per -month. Year's I workshop. Price 12.6OO. j
120 screenedfront
I i dinette bath with shower
FURNITCRE. VSIFr every rom 'P1OHen7 S. Sillier. 5'8" grand: WATR SYSTEMS-Complete stock I I..s. Louis Gs Realtor 143 of shade fish furnished $10.500. Call O'Hara-Moore. H. C. Babcack Jr. with abert RTyr
I Plenty ;
laado in U. b. II aarment. ,I case. new bench tomatch. I f.r or home. Farm & Home i Main; 2-1464. | pond; prch. nicely 8 fruit Realtor. .. 09 E Pine_ ,; Realtor. U W. WashIngton
( 11 Ch1& 1785. terms. Can be seen Machinery Co- 430 W. Robinson 6174.
Street | bF appointment Winter P.rk. !| trees and a garage. ORWIN MANOR-Well built frame j
i FtJR COAT-Mink dyed mukat, 934-W. Ph I WASHING MACHINES An'j I Dont let the missus In th1 kitchen.I > residence wltbx bedrooms and -
\r and spinner type for NEWLY New I for.has a new 4-burner large rwTw4 MIMrjTC DRIVE to a lovely
Telephone FNIHE
i aui" 2-640. sofa i' PIANOS-.Cbolce selection of spinets i iI delivery. Orlando Appliance Co. room ; 6 mo.2-b-le.s new Firestone refrigerator, dining stp'.nt prr sr.ie ptb. City hoaae U the Cwswlo: Two

rVIUUTUI-3p. sectional j I I I' ana grands. Including Baldain. I. N. OraViue Ave. Phone 4537. I with option. 8125 per month. For' 1 new w.slnt machine, built-in sink at pel R.ltr." 1 128 I bedrooau. 1'j baths. living room ha

U Pb me r.d.Tel! Ivers-Pond. Steinways and others, in appointment e.U 2-154. I 30aal autom.tc water beater. You H. ..75. x-WtU1 cathedral ceiling scrcaaed luins
-4 bleached mahogany light I a I| WHIZZER MOTORS are your low : Inure title t this Pl 44. porch overlooks: small lake. ParnibedJ

I FRY FANS-.. Heavy cast aluminum fry oak. A .practice.pianos.luand I.U at 'I! cost transportation. Easy terms LOVELY MODERN COUNTRY HOM. property. To.. pre. $ 0. Con- ORWIN MANOR3 bedrooma. ateep-I J 812.500--er may be had afamisbed.

pans. Regular $J.7S. special 1.98" 8150 up. Robinson Music Co- 531 N '1 small down p.ent Whlzzer Motor I 5 miles from Kime tact D.nc ins b.U. spaciaaaliving Call Audrey Ptttsnaa with Stuap oa-

Knox Stores Co. 2 E. Pine. PhD Orange. Sales. 602 N. Or.nl Ph. 2-4687- change for small s"tee owner Kolar. 206 S. MaD; 7811.faOLDEN room. 2-car IUI,1| $ia3ajIcIcaIf Bids Phone 5159

2-31S3. _ _ _ POWER MOWERS-Beaziey Whirlwinds WATER HEATERS-1 able top. 30 gal no rnt. See'' write Dick Lawson in KUssim- i some term Lass N.. HraG.i I WANT A HOME BcUer see a essa
me. use ,
,JNcoFld. hoc and po, "! All sizes and all prices. See e.pact. Immediate delivery. Or- re.i e1 Or.De dlM. who know Florida1 I See speclal-
Hardware ,I 1.\ Pickard Service Station. CornerColumbia : Co 210 N. or.ne HEIGHS-B.uUUI. .
block aal
f. hb. I 47. Rooms for .1 med la boat farms storm for
wycii'. Hd. 252 >MM.FURNITURE. and Sligh Blvd. Ph. 9844. i j Ave. Phone 453,7. .__- Rent I I 2 bedroom 2 nice lot*. 17."J.e many years O. A. OtmrtM. Broker.Bawte C

UE- 2-burner oUsona j I POSTS fence uprel; 7 ft. 2 to I MOVIES for the home. News parade i AMERICA si.. 121-Lake Lucerne. We keep foolish ideas ard. Broker 306 N. Malf 13i.I ORWIN MANOR a -la ol.n we.areoffering 2 phone CountY_3w- V15_
1O95 atroller $5.95; 3-lnch butt adventure comicsBowstcsds .
; 15 hundP. 4 to tr..el Choice corner room. Attractive, I blame Ma with BYtE ST. Completely d. whuh will be fsdjr IB to < .
gftrfc chair 8195: innersprincsaattnese Inc putt. 825 61 Camera 1039 NOrange. cool Breakfast optional.CLOSE .. my because we don't test 'em. fln .t WINTER PARK- center o town.fine
Ca qa.e. 5-room frame. Large .. 2 terse tile bath screened 2- eth
$25. Whitmire 598. Llttletree Co.PLYWOOD.Beautiluliy Call 2-1515. .tl Five room .D a 4-bedroosa. gaaeioaahosac
3CB W. Church._ Frtue.1 I WE HAVE iT at the store next to I' IN-Lane sleeping-r D black eye. When the Kelly Lots o' men over sixty work screened porches. Sun .rl. Gas. prrJ Copper ahisnMa .D acrecaa Large glasaea-ia porch plus
rained and business < ( l '
man or woman. 'for. circulating heat. ocai .1 ra eawnl* apace 2 screened porches. automatic oil furnace
7VaYTURE SPECIALS- matched cedar for p.nUl. Most Ue Post Office. Maltland. FurI N. Huchey.CLOSE 3, boy whipped our Junior, steadier and better than i i Near schools stores. i I heaUr. and .ltf ercalatn..tr C l.t. La !Ideal location tee a really

latae or .0 140.circulating blonde heater suite extra, I 1! Also sixes chrome.and .p. of St ee.r mouwD. electric clocks .ntque.brass IN Large sleeping room.nealy Ma got mad an' told! Mr.Kelly' youngsters but employersdon't Howard. Broker. 306 N. Main 3. I I I Well ftftasxed .lh .. good price 818.SOO with MOM mortgage
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Mom N.brak. pr. P.r maroter decorated. !I I at 84J *teiath McNatt- Gall Charlotte C. Ssattb with
I bath !' fc
and :
(135 < ,
eariag-_. and hving-room mattress suite. $75.. Terms; I j I POWER LAWNMOWER reconditioned._ Large. Itms. new and usd. entrance. (IS .e"Pl.at. ,, that I was goin' to know it and won't try 1 j I IVANHOE built SECTION home. Large- Exceptlosaillwell living room H .al 1. 1 W. Washlactoam David Andrew Realtor. Winter

Phone i
I dee. Jenkins Furniture hdla. Thoroulh CLOSE IN-2 single bedrooms. 1 ad- thrash the life out of him. to find out. With fJrplaee. roomy kitchen sink Park. 600_
529. i iI
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Boone St. 2-3785. joining 16 .
2 ar.I. N. Thornton with tJe top. 2 bedrooms with -- -- ---- MTU ST. U27 Frame bunsalow.
PAINT BRUSESpl for 1 I Telephone 2-336. I I i large elst. sleeping porch baement. OV1WJO. r._ Celery eeeti5At- corner lota-UwxUa. shade trees

USED-Woven ,I week. brushes. I CLOSE IN-206 Hillcrest I 01 btlnt furnace. register In I i I irartu -,_ buns a lew _; shraba. Owner-
FYE. tapa Mills St Nebraska.PIANOSmall i iI A..nue I 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses I _
18"x4884 95: Rom. with meals. Adjoining orprivate for Sale each rom. 2-car garage. Corner ,I' acres hh afede vegetable l
baiaWt .hood and stsnd. $8; I i idaaaie uprttht Jessie French; j FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY baths acaiiable.CASSELBERRY i !I I I lot See Everett Wells with R. ''" for .. Electric ."bt. water
doer metal utility cabinet. I excellent condition. Telephone J' COLONIAl-TOWN-Near Park Lake. : L. Pryde. Realtor 6b8 N. 0, I MIWIT tl.1 HOTS* natatal'I '

1191 baby ld. 112. j 2-0545. Complete bathroom outfits electric American Plan Hotel- ;Azalea riding horses Lodge { BEVERLY Section. New SHORES 3-bedroom-Orwin home Manor 2-story home. 9 rom. 2 bath I 2-4596.__ _ _._ I I I) atlfraiall .1. VOXHP 0 btghvaitI SMALL MOOSE-SMALL PRICI-
PAINTER'S in water beater North. Tewa LtsweBroker.
ranges and used .01.1
gas ranges new Post"
SUPPLIES White furn.ce. .
overalls fishing, v.ne- .o L
in Wintet this area A builder : KENTUCKY hotuo 0 lecathes. reaai frame
steel wool and used leg cabinet bvntnl. s.son s.l.e .. to t.n blnds Completely in AVE.-2-drl 'II. ria ._
rrle. and usd Pay putty = I rrn'.tor.. tubs P.rl 9174W.I i has "done himself right fumlb.d. | with concrete block construction. boos. A real buy at 825OOM
10 to cent i nationally d d paints. ClidI and n.trl sinks eomer .. CLOSE IN-Desirable prud"th Cl7 this. his first home here. rage. Immediate .tthe.2-.r Lareg lot sa- 1 casement .Indo.. PrIce PAN L &*CT1OW-.Bpleadld 3- See Mr Mart la and he win show yosj
used Lt 515.
3n's. drainboard sinks and fix I
oa your purchase. Bass Furniture I I Grills and rOm.--'nr You will be pleasantly surprised Price to Cash $5.0. S15OO ,!, rwralabetf kwagalow sad thIs place. O P. Swape, Realtor. 60

Co.. 625 W. Chnrch St. Phone 5820. II'J 1 PUMPS, eleCUe deep and shallow I tures. I at 39 East Am.Ua..bPPl. toda I find hsrd-to-get features such as: se1 .- For sl e.U 11.5.. von or Schiller terms,, I 1121 N. Orlando Ave.Olel.. I..'., .5,555- &a.1 lot .12., East FISt Pboae M12-

nothing down Itt oak Life ''1 Realtor. I Maitland >. Winter .trriaa._. Realtor _
.e p.n.nt. American Plsunbigt Supply end Aochance JACKSON STREET-516 E. Single fors. JOhnSY.nvme '18.COLNILTWNNer and.rpa. P.rl. I' .
little month. Bel- I
FLOOR FVB1tACESAutOmat1C gas j per windows and 1,
Co.. 234 W Ti. rof. '
i Washington St. with
burning. Price installed. C. Jay j jBalSMt. many Well Drilling Pump Supply &r01. hot water. Telephone screens tile sills Th-re Is alovely ., stores, bus I HALEY SECTION Completely fur- PRINCno.t H W.-t.I i
Display Room. East i! Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile east of I tile bath screenedorm and 'i .. isbeslos -1 nished 2-bedroom home. Norse I I I tarnished. 2 bd, D WHY WORRY about a place ta nve
1 I LAKE ST.. I kitchen equipment.! Modern in .*::0.. close sboffttM center., when you can bay a neat 2-
Orlo Vista. Orlando: phone 7087. 435-A nice place to stay I oversize gsrage. The large lot nicely '1 and frame 3-bedroom corner j very t new
Wa.t I IFR Men or couples. AU conveniences elevated and newly I land- bungalow. spacious' rooms. Condition I j : terms Mr Mowrrywith school and baa "t. Owner occa-, < ludroosa cottage oa pavement fe*

Bus line. C.I 2-0893. _. I scatted Price $15.0OO and can be A 2-car garage Oak I'' Jt:7 Real Estate. 3O E. Cnorch. Pied and will be sld show ,.the i only 4420? C. U. Taylor. Broker.
COVTRINa Congo-wall Pile prfet I I
i ,
8435 Sundaya. property Price aai> Orange: 5444
MT. well financed. Harlow G. Fredrick. floor bath with shower "Opn :
foot printed linoleum PUMPS. WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS AVE15 I -Private for.d terms. Exclusive
Ja bath and 113 N Orange. Dial 8188 ; Nicely landscaped.My LAKE DOT SECTION 2-bedroom wJ. 0-j
Sac an. also broadlelt. At 0114dens. Wanted I private entrance ki'cfcenette \nean blnds. Bide MJKOALOW Modern 3bediee.all .
ad Complete. No down payment. L.Articles .1 close to bus. Its Great to Live Ins Orlando." be : Price. $12.1 .- ;. bungalow owner says sell 'h. M Mee.l 1 .a.' electric kitchea. hardwood

3 1 500 with ____ ... _. __ _
I months to pay William 0..1.. AXES-Furniture of all kinds sewing PARK LAKE CIRCLE 701Lovely. :' 0150. cash. Weir System week. Price down t 1713. __ floors circulating oil heat extra

FLOOR FURNACES oil N. Garland; 6332. machines; anything you have newly redecorated rooms Inner- BACKSPIN L/xt.. A-isuusarraa 2-oea- 628 464. Harry Heath. Bro"e. Vou.Te.lr. PRINCETON SCHOOL ajBCTIOW- large front and rear screened perches

burning price Autm.ti Jay i i to sell. Sewell-Thurmond Furniture spnnirs. bus and lake. Phone 7468. I rom and utility or* child' room. Colonialtown: 8253. Lovely 5 room home ea two ecsvaslveljr -' Fully furnaried. Oarwce. storeroom

Bethet. Display ltd.. 1 C East I I Co.. 72 W. Pine St. Dial 4070. One or Iwo leOp's. Bu.s- nl.e and bath S625O: S25OO I{ LAKE IVAtBOE"lk nortb- landscaped lots. Shad trees. shrubbery Frontage 5Sa ft. facing
Su.LGALVA'UJ iI I PlO -See Associated before buyj ROM 2437 East noun. Owner.ERADSHAW : CASSELBERRY front 1. and na Pratt be arias,, Ivey St All buildings in A-l coadtiloa. -
I Pine. i I
W& I a pl.no We guarantee give DlMONDSwathea Je"ehr. oI opton.L t lovely shaded lot. A buy at S87SO cU.I. Mo. Near One Mock outside city city water

: .. the largest in value t you i price. 1 ST. JAMES HOTEut .nl TERRACE-2-bedroom :: New concrete block bungalow on one Thelma Kmculd with H. P. BolandRealtor. aho. oa bus rOt. ar. and electricity Owner occupied
WA.rb. can*., |< present piano. Floor sample Spinet j! S"1 J..lr. 32 W. Church. RosaInd. rte house. completely furnished includ- half acre high shaded proprt. 2 I Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange liberal la abs.window ., Priced for qatck sale 50,750. From
tab. et Knol Stre. Co FURNITCRE Good used furniture. 86 ..k : doubles. 9253. bedrooms living at W Call I Blvd. East 11 blacks
p.l. 2-3163. from 8495 up. 10% down delivetiAssocIated I C.l ing electric kitchen. Near school. klt&.n 2-4:51 2 Wui. on New York
J5 Pn. j Stores. 143 N Or.nl. I Any quantity. Cochran's Furniture SUMMER RATES DaUy7 we.li. I stores and bus line Owner leaving equipped). casement sash ar.enea FROM 1-Terrace Blvd 701 1 Moriarty .Joe 10. a.lt :: Ave to Pecan Ave.. turn right OB

CA3 RNGE-Pe".r Magic Chef. < Ave. Phone 5300 1015 W. Church; 2-931. monthly Beautiful rom. town For quick sale $8750 with porch. Priced for sale to a GI wbo LK,( 818.0OO S300O ea&b. Vacant 8881. "Fine .'_ :' Pecaa to 323 Ivey St.. DeLand. Fla.

u. n". Sumon. studio j[ PIANO-'Knabe spinet style Y. Mahogany. FRIRUsd stoves ice or double private overlooking $2 250 cash balance t.rms. W wants a lovely home at only 18.30.0 Move right in."inspect and call William ATTRACTIVE
bxe.se.le 1 TWO-BEDROOM
Oood conditIon Ph. 7610. i Price S895. Joseph Bailey. m.chin.. Call Lake Virginia near transportation; B .Nicholson. .o 1 S Main with 10% down see Ca\ Mathews with J. Daniel Kolar. SUATEJIt fwraiahedI I frame furnished Many modern

OVES for *U stovea. Stock includes 736 6 Magnolia Avenue; telephone 2 sell. We pay "top prices. SeweilThurmond : 500 Chase Avenue Phone W P. 27 2-1619 i iI berry-Winter P.rl 2-2221. 2-4388 or 7811. Exclusive agent. I! jalre o a feature 920 Kentucky Ave. Winter good

and two-burner types. BumbyHardware. 2090. Furniture Co- 72 W. Pine WESTMORELAND DR. 637 N.-Room. -I I II I ICOLONIALTOWN > 15O' landscaped tot. Price S13.SW., Para-.

102 W. Church. I i St: kitchen privileges. Use of house -Custom built j terms G.. H. Kittredse & Son.

!i OFFICE MACHINES and furnitureGet Modern. I 3 bedroom furnished or unfurnished n.-I COLNILTOW-3rom cottage LAKE. CONWAY bedroom redecor-bunsalow. !{ R.atr.2317. 5-ROOM MODERN HOME-All iarseI
r1RNI. USED-Easy chair with I PUMPS-All types of Deming water our prices. Check with George YALE AVE., 1432 W.-Single room oak floor tile bath sink To ; flor., mo- ated. Large lot.:2R ft. on lake by : !I rooms and cioseu. large lot 80x148

: coil springs. (8 1 I systems for farm and home. No Stu.r. 1 S. Main St- phone 8158. innusprlnc. connecting bath hot I I save money deal wIth owner. 1626 ern kitchen. $: o. terms. approximately 425 ft. deep. Large SOrrrw T-SECTION-On 2 3 rooms and garage on rear oi lot.

.: : felt mattreue 810 up; metal I down payment. 36 months to P.,. Expert OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices .. N..r bus. Busines woman East Mount Vernon Avenue Alb.on Realtor. W. Washington; oak trees beautiful sand beach sea ] ', I this 2 bedroom lo: Make Ideal apartment or office. 812.-

\, 84 95 up: baby beds. 812 dUP: :{I service. F.rm' Home )Machin-:! for diamonds old gold, watches preferred. Phone 644. I I 7613.-_ _ ..1 dock, covered boathouse and wun ueepmg porch, stovs, Realtor.750 with easy terms. F. A. Aillsoa
a ft. Scrod refrigerator 3 I I cry Co- 430 Robu1on.I IJ I broken YMCA-AttractIve rooms for Ii COLONIALTOWN W. B. ana refre.tor. a eletrk fi-. _37 W_Washington._ 7613.
J..ei7. young
teth sivr..re. 14.50. trm. Nlehl
nealhs. 8210 dinette table and 6
;; I Beckman men. Single or double. 86 and i COLLEGE PARK- SECION-Mo.r son S. epeac to pjeel." Whitney j 7-ROOM FltAM-2-storyreatei,
chairs. 824 50: 4-piere bedroom suite :J i Sn. Call 8006 up block bungalow; garage i i Reltor. 1 M.i i :: .e' Realty CO., Acallors, 70S I IJet.l I hardwood lioors. 2-car garase. lasUy
WE used Unfurnished.
sand wo. blonde flmh. good eon I II I I BU furiure. Call us be- (Near Stores'. 3-bedroom Near shols and *tore> iI j converted to duplex. Price 813 OM
ottlon. Mather of Orlando. PAINT BRUSHES good selection j j I Co. I 2 IXJVELY furnished twin //I. M.snr : Real vaiue. $9500. Hail: Kittin- I Bldgj2-32b9. \
.el. Pt.e )
I I. li 5 Phone 2-3908. pure bristle paint brushes. 20c and No. 2 615 W. I bds innempruus, bdroms blok from bunl.lo. with bre."fa' teem.. ger R..lt. 2-0074_ LAKE IVANHOETi lovely n..2, ': sou IHIAttrauVun iO., !; Ask Realtor.37E for H-1165. Harold V. Coadict
I Clrt and Centraidlal: 6137.
up. Knox Store CON 2: E. Fine. 2-4883 bu. n..r lake in a new ur..n.d porch l-ar bedrom bun".lo. large living 2 _
I Phone I IpA"T"Sunfu" | Close 514 prlv.t rage. 110.5I COLLEGE PARK-Beautiful cement workshop : COLONIAL HOUSE 3 bedroom 2
I GARDEN WJE BUY old gold, carl in. S. Hyer. I room large kitchen with tile dr.l: : gas floor lurnacc. P..d'
Used EQUIMT r Rottr. I I inside wall paint I j net DIMOND. Hoeltke'g AND i block bUD.lo.with 5 large rooms lots of large closets: attached : street. An exceptional buy at : baths powder room maid's quarters ,
l i 2. (Near School). white and large screened with '
tlaes. 726 btte.St. Pb. st. Wah.ble fnih. Regular 8349. ,,24 S Orange antquel.. ROM at BOARD'00Wf ]I I frame bungalow Atrctv was In tile window sills porch oak floors awnings i' lot 75' frontage; nice .of lake iurnisbed. Exclusive with C. P. SQum-, .. and bath. Completely furnished ih-
El.o t Owner transferred of way. 140 with mahogany period furnIture AH
\ closing out at Knox Stores Co. I WILL BUY. remove or .. your out City says .IW M. Orange dial,
burner apartment 25 SMAL BEDROOM in home. 41. 3 roms 2 screened porches Venetian blinds insul.te and I sell This is 1 25382.SOU'IIEA.ST. electric kitchen: curtains and drapes.
I GS RANGE E. Pine. Phone 23163.PHONOGRAPHRADIOZenith. I' pine trees. Call King Building and prv.te fure now your opportunity fir.
I bath attached Large S12.OOO walla.
&M. I. Ctr. An. I ; 111 Lumber Company; telephone 7267. Y1e good and. show.r.. 88 Private t.r.a. lt churches Co"nD.n'and Price 12.50. terms. See Zelma Henson ; SECTION Fr.me-, S2S.OOO Shown by appointment only -

G ENOINE-Poos. 100 H P. type 15 rug: Simmons cot. coil springs ,, References b..eb. pl..se. Ph. pr. seek I 3. (Near Lake). Rambling type 3-bed- tn.t.about 30 days. Pre.d shol. PsN'ODIn Williams. Realtor. rom and large arHn portia Pb.6614SELLERS_ _ -
I I I 21 W.
4 cylinder 35. Fuel Oil and Wood Washington St. Phone 8106. =
yerea pr Wetr I and mattress: chair; all good. 9534. LOVELY I room bungalow on large landscapedlot. full particulars ask for Ralph B. ':: 1-&r garage. Nice citrus BUYERS Call S613Claybaugfa.

I one( .Ple.Uon. 720 RPM.5401. PIPE Johns-Manville transite for I I girt ROM-Mel. Working | Abundant closet space floor fur Smith with Robt. L. Pryde Realtor tree. Very reasonably priced. Ramp.tOiZErOder.SIIN.Ornge:50t3. ,I Realtor. Metcalf B.dg ,'
FUEL OIL-A full tank Is safer. reason
AJS 10 prYI.e.Ver .
nace. Tile porch bath and kitchen 668 N. Orange : ;
I volts. phase. 3 wires. 60 cyclealternating underground water m.i. Ford. ;' Phone 8021. Have your tank filled. able. Phone 2-235. !I, ( ; 2-:9. LAKE CONWAY SECTION Well ._ _
drains. $13,500. -
Pipe A Furniture can be J i 10 artuTiu misji ,
630 W.
If current generator wit I. 618. A larger tank insures heat on coldest TWO ROOMS-One with twin beds purchased. I! COLLEGE PARK-New concrete block :!; cated. about 1 block from T1KC 2-5tO" OPEN HOUSE-

I associated accessories. Ph 16. PIPE for grove and farm irrigation. j mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service. other double. Near bus. For information better type 3-bedroom home not I I i Conway and public b.ch On Terms.-Ask for-H-1158.hoe. .Ia.u..
I Florida Pipe & Supp1 Co.. 630 W. 37. Fertilizers I caU 6009. I> We have other 3-bedroom homes ;' quite finished yet but will be in street close to nhol CondiCt. Realtor. 37 B. Central; 6137. Sunday P.M. 2 to 5. drrr by this
'I I OAS AKD OIL SPACE Church St. Il. 618 and soils !t listed with down payments startj j I few days. 813.800: cash or terms may churches and express office SUBURBAN lovely 3 bedroom 3 bath horn _

Price Installed. Jay HT I 1-- 47-1. Rental Agencies i'I log at 13.5. which we are pleased I be arranged. Might pay you to sea j i bunzalow. Recently redecorated and -New modern block bun excluSive Lake Adair section sad 1stas
C Bat D 'I showAllen this at once. CaU or see Ins FslkI I In good with 2 .10.on paved road on plat
c play R 717 E WaetnI 1I BLACK -Best in Orange : t with I tondlton bedroms by over 5OO deep. Oversized JO show you thru. Nicely ImnsMMd
ncr Ruby McCormick Broker 2 i
POWER U-NT3--OM Diesel. Chrys I LANDLORDS We will supply you :! i b.th .creened Prches. turnout Immediate posseasion. Jest
o t/oli Fill sand and clay i 5484: 2621 E d water Dr. j i rase with room and laundry.
I ler. Allis Chalmera and Wisconsin. desirable tenant free of charge I!I Johnson. Realtor 140 N. Or- I acres bear- The .tir redecorated InsIde and oat. Priced to
Service and to ISO HP. : l. For prompt a"J and phone us.,your ange. phone 8612. Specializing in [ inz citrus trees suitable for rooms extra large with a ten. address 1133 Overtone Drive.Eichuire .
OAS RANGES' City or bottle i r 2- phone 24053. I CLOSE IN Beautiful I "nr.s i i large D living porch.
I 2-brom shipments. .
Farm A 'hl Homes. terms.
Home Co- 430 W.Robinson. vacancy. Gardner Real Estate
I' Agen- frame 112.0. with Ball Bras.. Afcacy
I I wa' high broiler. Walter J. WI r t,. 29 S. CourtSt.Phone 2-4481. I I" dlt.nr. | Ntholsn R.ator. 14 8. I residence could not be cnstc\ Realtors 112 N. Oraace Are., TeL
ex supplies sine COLD SMOKE kills I from center of town. Large shade U.l. I I at the price which is .
oa army or 2-1611. 79.
I 1. 5189.
chinch buss lawn and worm WE HAVE RENTALS 1 s"t, trees. Only 87250 terms. White I Shum..r. Reator. 140 ; I
i Iru chal. Gardner Real E.tte. CLOSE IN% -3 nice homes in h..n ofto"1 Bro" Re.lto. 824 N. Mills; 2-1688. I I 2-3282.
OAS G&"Grand.N $tite porcelain PLYWOOD Waterproof fir. available make quick eom.baek. The best and Street. You'U be wen pleased I -I block east. I
\ .Su'h Cou j LNCAST PAK
fJh size now V.-in. 4x16 5x14 and safest lawn trument 508 Brook the home and .IU!j CITY LIMITS-Frame 4 rom and Bun.I.; 5 2 i SUET SECTION Walking ,I
i ft I roms. bdroms HERE'S YOUR CrIANCE bedreom
available Bubr Hardware. 102 3x16. Boat haven Dr. price. H. W. Moore with i bath. Front and rear porches. Two I dJtDc. new 2 bedroom frame ,
Construction Walter ) N..lr
481. .
W. Church. Pe C.st Beach Rentals paJnte.O.rae lrl" 1' I I borne. 105x135 fl 1st45 frsit
2-246. FILL and good rich top soil. For fun B.s. Realtors 217 S. Or.n. i| lots $3.000. Mr. Mowrey with King I lawn. Near bun..lo.. U Imme'.te possession. trees la etty. flae hees'Uss, 'P.451 :

ROOFING-210 lb. thick butt I me..ue and quick deb.K. dial I DAYTONA BEACH-Hotel i 1 c-Oi-NnrGr{ Real Et.te. 30" E Church: 8435. school baa and stores. 1575 S150O i 20672.SOUTHEAST. eun Ll Royal Broker, price 86.0M.M. Loss thee half each.

I les. Colors green red. red .h'-1 I I 2-053. 124 Orange Ave. In BenoIt I ) !' "Open Sundar t.oh Sam Johnson Co.. Main. i I II Vee Van Hoten with Clyde McKeaste.

BXATERS-Circulating Fuel Oil- Slat blend also roll roofing I POULTRY MANURE Coarse 01 business district. Low Summer. daily I tage with 2 screened porches, garage ,' COLONIAL GARDENS L.1 3-bed I LAKE SECTION-Furnished 3- ,I -3-bedroom home and 104 W. Central; 2-4775.

\ felt McCormick Roofing ,I, ground. By ton or sack phone 5927 I and weekly rates. Bright airy j i and lot. Only 84900. terms. room home. floors ELI 2 cottage in rear. Live in one. let otber ',
a Ivans-Super DeLuxe. Low boy con- Co. 915 S. n St. Ph. 2-3553 J for prlce. Fairvllla Poultry Phone 9158. rom 6f. Allen throughout. Completely furnished; .me. b.th. Amplecloset pay lor both. Price $6950 with ,
sola cabinet Flame thrower with j jDe. I F.r. D.Ftn. B.eh I A..i.ble.. Johnn Re.lt. nicely landscaped corner lot. $ I sPa. Khol! 8375O rn Nuncs with Herman ,{:
; j I 14.5 I
RUGS. 9s12-l2.5O j Or.n"e and
and 820. One 10 8612 Ann
double length D-shaped golden flame. "Spc.1lnl .hoPplt.
with terms. Zussman with e 110.5. Broker. 677 N. Orange HALL BROS. OFFESS-
table lamp. 815. Please 1 38. Plants. Flowers and Seeds 49. Business Rentals Hom.s. with Ie. ;
Quaker Only Quaker has QuakertroL j : Kensie. 104 W. Central. 2-4775. I H.n.n Inc., 677 N. dial_9855. j I'
no forced heat 6867.RANGESElectric. | ClOt IN-Large 2-ctory home of Orange; 9855. -.
Buy this first
drat toubl I on shewi.g. or a
circulator; &n blower i and CUS TREES-Several varieties. GARAGE- Corrugated metal. 30x75' construction. 4 bedrooms .nd. CIY LIISBlnl.Io.4 bdr SOUTHEAST SECTION Mom j
gas A one else wUL 3 bednosw. t baths
LAKE WYMAN-2 and bath .
heat oranges 81 Also adjoining lot. See owner Mr sleeping porch. 2Vi Partly fur- den. B..utdul house in Long- h1.
automatic circulator. and model s.tuma. i
( and bea tlx '
ny furaished
t ple.s every I each. W. J. Sangster. T. W. Lundeen. : rage apartment for Income or -' wood. One 4 with 4 Iota: nished. Also even *
Walter J. WUcoi Inc. 61 Robin wife. Prices Oakland. nishrd. Oil beat. L Walter I sn.nt' rom one .garage apartment not
: get Spinet piano. Owner
E : 5 with finished but mwvtaa oat of
room 4
w Owner Both
aOL Founded 1936. j before they .trl.1 creek. W. Rose Investment N. Or.nl| quarters. ..nt to for 82.5OO or nominal can be completed at a ; the State and wlB sacrlfico for $14..50. .- .
the 5
: Price is right. eay RoperRealty. room house. Newly cost
Ph.end 20959.Service 608 N. OraD. I FUNERAL flowers DESIGNS c orsageaa.pdat. Cut.. PRIVAT GARACE-1824 Amherst Ave.Orange Orwln Ave. Manor 336 i i Church and Main f: 2-3433. 51.80 bUit Inquire for Mrs. C. D. Jobn- House has been t completely produce redecorated revenue- I '. Call Ur. E. i caTty igdtp
"edd S\ morning.
EOLLAWAT BEDS > i-I Peggy Jo's G.rd.n 2319 N. LIMITS-South. neighI I I COLLEGE PARK-Modern 2-bed- sn. Lnl.o.LKE _ and in excellent condition. Lot is I
with Or.nle.
4 and Fada, Console CIT UOX150 With for
G space
RIOSose7 Phone room bungalow tile floors (Overlooking an additional
Frame i screened WGHN ) College Park-You've been for
aerspnag mattress, $ rl I! tr models. Also port- I THIRD FLOOR OFFICE SPACE-2 bedrooms '! hous. Plenty of citrus fruit. Price watttnc
rurnlture Co 141 and.561 West Bumby 102 W I JISIONAY STRAWBERRY plnt to roms. Ei Buldll. Fine Et. I and sleeping porcb 1 t1 baths i Preh. Price 88700. 82000 dotn. bungalow. 3 full See Mr. Folsom with Harold this 3 bedroom brick bancalow an
Church 6t. i it Church. H.rdwae t; 81 per V. W. Estes. I 80 ft. lot. New gas stove and rfrler.tor I I lbs .on.. with M. J. Mos Bro"e. bdroma basement, fur.r. .t.eb Shepherd Realty Co. 20 Washington tot 60-1135. Lirmc sad dinette
J Fred Ward. 133 Phelps Ave. Ph. 55 included in price S6250. ; 132 M.I: phone 697. i ar.le. Many other .tr..I. St. Phone 5124. E combination, tile bath with shaver.
HEATERS-Radiant type city .. RAKES-Lawn or leaf r."es. S.veNI I R Winter Park. 50. Wanted and bus line near. C. R. Emertc DLNEYSTECON-i f..tur.a with screened porch. laundry ream M H '
A.t tit Into n..1 to choose m25 61.33 and up. ) SEEDS Fresh stock ." to Rent R.ltor. 610 N. Orange: Ph. 7348. ; I Can be purchased furnished. Bryant SUBURBS-First tune offered. 3 wen landscaped with 99 asaleas. 19
Knox Stores Co.. E. Pine. flower 535 with Herman
App1nt. C% I. Phone Ferr' I cash, 870 I Gowl 1c. 677 N. room home on extra high citrus trees and palau. Priced at $il.-
vegetable I
lOe Furnished SECTION
A. Phoae 2-3163. I Knox se. 25 prpackaa. close in. quiet.- Retired efficiency neat High School and Grade School.- Near New 140. Roper R..17. moathl.and Mauu 1. Or.noe: --.. ----. with plenty of giant oaks for shade 000 far quick sale. sawM cash, balance

HOT WATEH HL&TERS-.3. 4. 10. 20. ROLL ROOF'INO.-45. 55 and 9O Ibs. Store. E 22250.AATMENT gentleman. -I 3 bedroom concrete brick bungalow 23433.DELANEY. | NORTHEAST SECTION-Above average every variety of fruit on a 2-cr like rent Mr. Boone win chew

I 30 and 4O gaUon capacity. Orlande Butt shingles. Roof plastic and C.I square feet. Hardwood 1 SECTION- i house for average price. Prae- piece of ground with 276 ft. on tbis. Exclusive .
Appliance Co. 210 Orange to. ,. Tsrpaullns. Wyckoff's SHRUBBERY Large selection t or house for young 130 01. I! : frame 5 house with cross St.t highway Now only :
1. J Corner lot Immediate 3 bedrooms. IVi Hardj j I Uc.1 .. rom down 1.
Ave Phno "5' Kuhl beautify your home. MulThte m.rna euple. both .mpled I b.t. Well financed. Call Mr wood fireplace U at-1 I la attic fan. f. comer lot i necessary with b.l.nc Han Bros. Agency. Realtors 112 H.
Nurseries. home please. lors month. Some
Hd."j'i [ on two paved 5 In- Orange Are. Phone 91(9.
1 Pinteton
HT"DoThum.N -Interna ROL RFGRof E my Huber 4161. ext. 14. Bridges with Joe G. Myers. Realtors : tidied Nice nelhbrho. i .. .tret. b.rwt citrus c.ded. such as farn1hll.
This is 9-f.
Un" "apr-Fex.M I.ntenl. Poultry lor showing. 8881. "Fine Homes.CHLROKEEThCBOOL .. Price. 810.000. ; a fo rer.r.tortJth
water .
tu. Co.. 141 .up ting. Yard 39. Livestock and Supple AFT. OR HOUSE-Furned. Responsible 1 ranged. Buy now and have own 12.0 unfurnished or 813.500 plastered- eoe. Ho.
tl. I and
615 W.' ture: 332 W. Churh. _ StILL SERVICE We also man.: reme. touple. Prfesiona. two-car garage apartment-Attractive choice In color schemes, etc.ou Call Ph .2-3155. Geo. F. Brass Realty Co. ipect.I Total price 1 .. .ever re- COTTAGE one block So. of Caaaey
CAT 19.0. South
Brock Steel with Highway. OoMewwdRo
Cbenault Jennings
aw r KeWtl now RDIoPHONORAPH-PhUo. Dial 116 ask for 32R12 dren or pets. 875 range. Dally phone with U.lnl rom-lnete. 2 bdrom : believe it or &! Besides on
Kel- FrD-1 c.a bath | 672 N. Orange: 7234. i home. this would d. 3 rooms famished and garage.
.abl Baml7 wi between 8 a.. and 8 p.m. 2-0158. Write Box No. 76 SSUr.APT. .Iz kltch.n .Ituat b a dandy place 82300. Term
Yn.tor Dp.rment 102 W. Church. Phone 2-38S. on 1'.1 of fine shaded lot. i for a chicken or wbat-have-
HORSE AND COLT for sale. Younl. for bride and groom to be. value at 855OO. good lo, SECTION LAKE FRONT-25 acres-'600 feel i you. Osner win r.nc
terms. Well built |
HAIR RUGS occupancy with
i CLIPPERS Professional -9 X and 6x9 wool DUBDRA DO YOU WAN to Owe In a cataa.
I good riding. Marrying CaU high sloping BoatI I
Telephone soon. 4161 extension ground to lake. in
Fred Reese with a week.
216.HOI with 2 Exclusive
loom O'Harra-Moore. i i bedrooms and with William
hair "
ga.75. Excellent l-.to" new home that fits
condi your pocket-
tP. epp.. tion. Ill N. pads Ave. boar ."Jah. about 600 2 or 2-8402 nights and Sundays. 20836. 109 E. Pine. ,I sleeping',' porch. Tee is of ing. bathing fishing, comfortably t j: Mathews with J. Daniel Kolar. 2-4388 book? Good construction excellent

Cureh.iLO Glen.o also two old Jersey APT. WANTED for policeman and course a large living rom fireplace furnished 2-bedroom bun..lo. A | or 7811: 206 8. Mam. neighborhood. Only $6950. White
Installed en RADIO-PHONOGRAPH Combination I Heifers milking. Florida MethodistChildren's wife. No children no pets. Both full dining room and guest apartment for income. 8 milesto
COLONIALTOWN A Bros.. 824 N. Mills dial
Avdoyan. large Will sacrifice very clean.comfortable. .1 lrnkitchen. city : 2-1688.

2M1 Ed..te Dr. C 2-1215 Tor .quick .. F.tne.. 2-722 after 9 HEIFER Home. Enterprise.COW-Gives Florida.9 Ext.working.15. S40 hL Pe.s caU 4161 with 2 wen I.nd.pd home. I tion just. hous in is in and A-l out endi-and ert S. Hue.nter., with Excellent ter.R. aob, I SOUAT-Hee In bt.eP two BY OWNER Just vast you want.

IRRIGATION SYSTEMS and 'supplies pm.STEE1. JERE of milk with first calf. 85. AFT. OR Permanent lVJt bdrooms.dining srened room, kitchen pn.porth. 1 floors sanded. A well shaded lot with R.altor. 1 W. Washington. 6174.LAKEFItONT.4bedroom ern bungalow tnb real :p'OL I Nice modern tile home: 2 Ian

Soc groves farms, lawns. Florida J. Old Apopka Rd.. beyond HOUSIusmre. several fruit trees on paveS s'ret. It 1* brand new, has two bedrooms, large living dining, kitchen
Pipe & Bapp1 Co. 630 W. Church; H Wrleht. Call 4161...Ext. 14. ,. screened service. porcb. p.nt" b.U.: convenient to school and Cttv bum 2-stor. 2- fireplace and Venetian blInds ConCrete and breezeway. Oarage attached;
phase ( WELL CASING $6 lmJ front hardwood floors and store Enjoy City cooftnieurcs: Colonial home. [ block wired an electric water system, asphalt -
WANTED TO BOT-Livealoek. prh. b.t .IU construction with wood I:1
: CfTER-COM SYSTEM-Installed and Beef APT.-Employed Couple; no pets Clos school and the l.rle. :i with no City or utility taxes. Price of furna. Large plot of ground. : floors. Only 87.5OO and terms tile floors: 2 acres tine la ad;
guaranteed. Call us for a free dem- 3000 ft. of 12-ln..20o ft. of 10-ln 2-4838 veal and hoc. Best price p.ld Call About 840 per month. Call 4161 C: Colonialtown. 878OO. terms .he.r $6950 includes large electric hot wa trees shrubs and well shaded. I| sired. McNutt-Heasley. Realtors.II de-15 .. on Forest City road: Orlando telephone

2000 ft. well extension 21. heater. G. Fredma Paved road. 816.500. Sammie bus 87000. Terau. O. A.
Florida Equip .aw a month unfurnished. 89200. termsat te H.rlo. Prt W. Wahhington St.
JaI Phone
t.tJ M. Bu.. Phone for immediate delivery. lbbr GOOD MU 860. 40 M.ltld Av-. APT. or House; 2 bedrooms; furnish 835 a month. furnished very Orange Dial 8188. 'i Yranclsco, .1or; Central I 5106. Dearing. Owner. Route 2. Orlando.
5454. e 3 Or.D. Freeman. 711 .W. Church. Corn.r Penl .. M.ltld turn ed. 870 limit. "Newcomber family" nicely. Cont.e' Harold VoUick ----- u o__ I WINTER ; Phone 39-R-15.

KITCHEN-WARK-Aluminum. 5 pie I north at Dpt. Call with 2-3278..Radio Station. 2 children J. D.nel Kolar. 206 S. Main; "It. I I'I LAKE FRONT HOME Cement brick V concrete PARK construction.-Business Income Block. 8225 New

set. Clearing entire stock at 87 95set. bungalow 120 ft. on nice sand per month. Good rental
Also other small appUna at SCHOOL LOCKS-Yale and P.t.eombl.tOD 40. Pet Stock and Supplies CLOSE IN-Bachelor apt. or 2-room COLONIAL GARDENS Lovely two DENE SCHOOL SECTION-At bottom Iske. 3 miles from do.nt.n the conservative Investor property a good buy.For WHY WORRY ABOUT FURKTrORE?

clearance prices. padlocks. apt. Permanent. Limit $SO. Phone bedroom home. Oak floors tr..tl. furnished 2-bedroom home. Good swimming fIshIng 82S.OOO. terms Huckei-O'Neal.

210 I. Orange OrlDo. Appl.nf. H.r..re Co. 102 W. Church St. BOA.YOUR DOG at Crickets Acre 9476 until 6pm. out and beautifully .thoub!, Immediate orup.n(7. Going at only .< House only 2 years olB. Five lovely torN: 118 E. Robinson: 2-3753. RcsJ- When you can buy this loreiy three-

tUMSUI. -The perfect insulation. SCREEN WE BRONZE-48"-14c Ln"o.. Fla. A homea".7 HOUSE OR APT.-Immediately. Permanent Furnished, 19.0. Lorraine Hoffman 88750. good terms. When you a this rooms and b.lh Attached garage | WINTER PARK bedroom home completely fwraiahed
Puppies. fine home will if. laundry A -3-bedroom 2-ctory
per Electrical D.l.ti.D with you say th.best fuel a. in good location
I on PaVed all
lab street
Make 104
C. your hoas comfortable in .upple r.b.bl. couple; son age 8; WcKene. W I home. Modernized kitchen,
$ end Winter. Mill Nebraa- boxes cable and switchea. 22 COCKER SPANIEL-Pedigreed red limit 860. 8271 9 to 5 p.m. CentraL 24775.COLLEGE buy in Orlando. Trade with Swaid lovely hom. a good buy. Only ment furnace, large base utilities. Garage for only M7M.00
C.ntrl Hdw.; male. 8 months old. 835. 508 K. Cal I Louis Oeeslin. Realtor. 143 N. Main: 810.000 Terms ran be arranged.See garage with cash with balance of pvrehase price
ka 2231.aPACE HOUSE-3 bedrooms. Prefer unfur- laundry. Price for quick sale. 8500.
Washington StPhone Mr. with Harold Shepherd
mahogany HET burning. 2-14. Top 8100 per will as a pin. 2-164. I .5t..n term See Mrs. HenkeL 360 Edinburgh parable S69.OO per month. live mo
A -
De. WashingtonSt.
DOt PINSaleuhe V sizes delivery. DALMATIAN at .tud Ch. Junior PC if e..ephon.l mont CoL clean as .hlt. furnished ; I II Phone 5124.LAKEFRONTIf C... 2 E Dr.. Winter Park. the opportunity to take you thrau b
Joint. The perfect wall aeetrok. at lando Appliance Co. 210 N. Orange Nigel of Crickets Acre Tom McGehee. 2-761 1050. or 2-bedroom WINTER this borne. 1'U be waiting for van.
4 Ave. Phone 4537 P. O. Boxj4ingwood. Pie Ex. bungalow. Call Lee modern. Large liv- you'd like a charming I PARK-Prewar 3-bedroom Van J. Windbam with O. P. Swape,
tight place. Mills Kennel Crawford
th A Nebr.ska HOUSE on yearly basis. 2 or 3 bed with I home on corner lot in Lake Know- Realtor
60 East
nook large ranch type block bungalowwith Pine; phoae 912.
: KITCHEN STOOLS-All metaL assorted SEWING MACHINES Factory re I DOGS AND PUPPIES W.nt. Ooodhomes rom. unfurnished preertd. Or Robt. L Pride, R..ltor. 668 N. Orange DY.L:1rr. in.tld 110 feet frontage on the lake an : lea section. Fruit trees laundry and
colors. Some with chrome I but guaranteed like new; waiting at S or vicinity, ; 2-:9. euipment sewing room iy baths. 11500.
pr I ..eh .p.rment. Wel done in the modern manner and located
console.AlWigcin. ciety. Call 82'8.DALATON no children term*. Call
tr. Several types Knox Stores Co.. ; or pets. Phone after 6:30pm.Mrs..lohnson : ter southeast of town on a scenic for appointment Ben F. COZY

2 _. Pine_ _. phone 2-310 PUPPY-Female, 9 _2-3669. CITY LIMITS-Just OUt. Built 7 stone. R..1or 11.5.: 22532.ST 101' neck of land stretching between two Carrivan Fields witn H. p. Boland. Realtor Orlando.HOME 5 rams In solaR bath, partly town hear tarnished

years. 2-bedroom frame. Bldg. 672 N.
wuar 726 St.. Or- HOUSE and Nicely pretty lakes with other bungalows Orange; 2-4551
f ana lux E.o Sm.1 SIDE Close to high n..t screened parches,
lt. ,
I P.rh'nt f.ne. or Winter garage
SINKS lando. Central beat. Park
.A a and JoD Elec- j 4621. J where we ean kep a furne., Owner leav 3-bedroom home with for neighbors. e.U us for an appointment 54O-R. fruit trees, city water IXhta. bus.
C r. 2 K Church_ DOG FOOD. Kribblea and X-cel; dog spaniel. Prefer bdrm kitchen .ee.ptnl b..t ofer. 18000. HID Floor furnace and to go see It. The house WINTER PARK-Delightful 2-bed Reasonable. Owner. Box 72 S-Otar.
LEAF Plan your ktlchen around the new remedies and X-cel and porch. From to I ton. R..lor. ISO ; 7632 I furnished. att fl.Plaee'J includes two living room room home Temple Drrve. Lake
oo Rlo ou'S.orln-I I American sink. New d.an nwII.atr. Store. Dial -.uPpU.. Od.Dd April 1, 1948. Mrs. J. W. BrownIng pl.t.1 furnished apartment- with flrpl.ee.brom. with modern Knowles Section. Fully furnished FOUR BEDROOM ROCAE Lot
Co.p.n7. ad new features 415 E. I electric 80x150. fruit trees sad sttraaaeij
Jefferson 8tFalls kitchen,
818 Woes Church cODrc ten weeks old. need Chuch. Re.sn.bl pne.d. Craig c.blet. tie fors alumI hardwood floors. 2 Priced
8trt.LWH I new KITTENSFu Vs. CITY ) H.mp screened right for quick sate. Private
ennnienc. *:
Dr.wer LS rooms and bath. 1 ; ton. 531 N. Orange: I Gren' trees. 88700.
; MOWERS-Hand and power slide on slides silent 'o Fart Pesl.n. Two Brokr. 51.I' Interesting owner. Immediate possession. 287
only terms.
I efor HAVE YOU year and clean. Owner with laundry tubs. All this for CU for appointment. -
a furnished .
1 trimmers. Terms less. Double waU doors two tnr. Phone Roy apartmentor EAST SIDE-Beautifully furnished i i I Ben F. Cottage Hill Rd.
0He. sound small house you called north will .n at a loss, only I' $10.00000. Call Mr. Morskl with Field with H. F. Roland,
I J KuhL I I coed and Insulated Drawers of.di I I Mll.r. 24852. couple being permanently e.n rent to- 3950. See Mark with Louis bedroom. home. Srene.. 1rotpores. I O'Harra-Moore...... __2-836..109 E. Pine. Realtor Carrigan Bldg. 672 N. Orange NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME-4SeIIs5UgI
( LUMBER-Building I IJ Piece steel rounded emr. and fo i TPICA FISH-Largest selection to Orlando early tr.nfured Realtor. 143 N. Ma'n Q sun porcne Jcp Jn.l7 f : 2-4551 or Winter Park 540-R city location between 2 lake OaI
mta hrd 2-16. walls and floors. fI
I New low' quick easy ele.Dt. j I 'area. Aqu.rum sup- Will sign give l Novembr' nlc. Lake 11.1. I LLKE-Ideat home for city I WINTER PARK I large lot with nice lake view 1O
w.r .prop de I..se. country -Beautiful 2-bedroom I
Sally Stone with C. B.
Walter exeel.nt r.fer-
: 5754 Pins Lumber J. WUcz Inc. 1 E Robinson Pl. H.r"Coster. Rldle.o ences. Address W. a1.50. business 9 bouse. Large ; minutes from downtown Lar e
J Row.Pi ; 1936. .. Ave 646 H YI. 41 W. Washington; 7809. or profMona man living room. 2 bed- !| rooms screened
of WItr Lincolnway East. Misbawaka In I miles from e.nte and all rooms beautiful kitchen with auto- !, porch floor eorer-
f LOUVRES-Galvanised 81.95. TROPICAL FISH Gouramie Tet- diana. EST SIDE-2 blok from Orsnge. hard road. 15' .. on en matte water beater, electric range j! inca throughout paved street and '
C Satb I ras. barbs at SOc. aquarium. 1 spacious living electric I sewer. 93M, S2OOO cash balance
east Steel 3 refrigerator.
W. 2-a STAR and wife COLLEGE PARK-Small block .b.nUnt acres ground A floor space
phone a-14- Saa Co 10 A.l 8260; 5-gaL. '4.5. c Bill 1226 EMLYE desire. modern design eon bed- room. fuU tl bath and kitchenwalls. j 2-bedroom bunga heater for heating house, hardwood "S1- See **"*. Call Ben p- Field
apartment two bit
prm.n.n' fumhe .treto. Ideal home. Com I.nds.p. floors throughout with H. F. Boland. Realtor. Carrican
ROOM N.br.ska. and room house large a. n. style. Tile sad many other
SUITE- 3 Piece 3 PJn bath
bt..n ; Building.
u $. Alo Cornell guitar adapted STEAM CLEANER-Kerrtck. Has Just at 4161. et. screened porch attached wit and I pletely furnhe.. 115.0. Hastings 110. floored kitchen breezeway good features, such as chest ot draw 6l2NOrange: Ph. 2-4M1.

playing. Reasonable. been thoroughly reconditioned. Hol i 41. Poultry and Supplies WANTED fuU tiled bath priced at only J! Re.ltr.. Centra (Arcade ter.ce. Attic fan: 2 car ,.r.f fineneighbors. ers built in bedroom closet Good TWO HOMES On. -10JKX). one 14.-

ITTO H..a.WIIa A.... Winter Park. let Chevrolet Co. 115 W. Central I nished JMMEIATY-m.l.fur Can be financed with small 9.5. : I Price $8.509 C. N. Weems shade and shrubs. 18 fruit trees 000. One very close downtown
Ave. :, BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Store For payment. New home. you'll dO"D it. ';! EAST SIEH.ndme. .p.elov. and with M.re WiUiams. Reltr. $5500. Owner put this price oa for : two Just outside cIty Main pared
_ i l.ADDERS-.8.ep. atraisht. extension U. S anproved Fee rout "o.lnt couple. No children Call Regale Moffat with O. P. Swop tpt.the blol bungalow I West Pon. alo.2 nirk vMle- A' c- Golden Broker roads. Call Mr. Boerstler for ap
.: .,..a7U Lumber C North Orange I 90S Chur.n 3-2821 or '33.I te.td pt. Bl 9 8-star. 60 E. Pine phone 5812 or ; on lot nicely I.ndsnp and : 1121 N. Orlando Ave., (near Malt-I pointment, z-iooo. Henry Burch.

: R.I. SIFTERS Collanders. egg whips BABY CHICKS New SMALL UNFISHE or partly after hours.. 2-0 j, with two car .. The i| LAKE HIGHLAND (Overlooking land_underpass>. Winter Park. Broker 916 Kuhi

'LUMB fra.; a.t trench Icy-baskets. egg Wy- 'I blood tested. Wayne Hapie. First floor I' rooms throughout are unusual size: ,, New ban.lo. sman. block WINTER PARK-Unusually fine
ckoffs r.cks prfered. References. Box 20 !! living room 14x27, ((2) 14x eon selection 511.
Hd. 2524 Kuhi. Feed Store. 300 West Robinson. Str. brom struction. 3 full bedrooms basement. of 2. 3 and 4-bedroom Lake County Property
r Lumber Co. N. Orange A Railroad. STOVE-..Masic Chef I Phone 5663. I 14. and a screened tra that furnace attached garage. Many other homes, all in best residential
Pyrof 51. section.
Si. You I
Houses -
for Sale want ls a hone,. See If the
MAIL BDua 82.25 tP.City.35c double .en broiler hood. Neon BAY C.U. S. PuUornm test I th. .3 bedroom W bUa- I' very top of thi. Price yon 815.00000.Call I attractive fe.ture. 112.70 with good 345 near Park lakes. Edwfna C. Dyke, Realtor
terms. Can be furnished. Ave.
sign 3' *
a sink I Winter Park,
tP. 8mJ Lmbr 'or ; : glass washer; or future delivery. ALTAMONTE-3-bedroom stucco'on hardwood tile Fred I ph.
Reete with
for. O'Harra-Moore.
Orange miscellaneous items I .tk. b.t Herman Goodwin Inc.. 573 or 441-W, READ EVERY WORD-
for csie or drive- and poultry tile home. On attached B".n.lh
one Florida'a ane. 2-O836. 109 B. Pine.
Pee bbr- .
sppl.Olndo IU. dial I 9855.
:. MAIL BOXES-Metal 35e and up. in. East Lbur. Highway 441. X-eel Store. Dial most beautiful lakes Large lot. Deep al terms. Phone Buaer i : WINTER PARKEIfiniscy cottage !
ylbl giaaa mall bdxe 81.95. Knox across from Yenet.n Courts. I N. H. RED-LBarred Barred welL Beautifully shaded. Price ter. 9516. Jamerson &d EAST-4 rooms, 2 screened porches NORTH-Attractive 5-room bungalow -. .wlth Pullman aU electric kitchen. Desirable I-story home high above
.: Sto .. 25 1. Pine. Phone SCREEN DOOR HARDWARE Latches. Ru. I Sammie Francisco. r 19:0. R..lor. 8. C.rr. bath breezeway. storage room: I recently On bay I IUne. Nicely landscaped lot with fruit and overlooking beauUfaL na i-
2316. Cross and Red 1 W.II reeor.te. trees.
ehk. YOU Realtr -I best 2628 E. Jefferson. $5500. gable Lake Dora at Mt. Dora.
p ,
and other ,1, hinges checks. Also a goodselection choice 811.95 per Central Arcade: 7407.t ronsreton. 145. Kn..1 Edwina C. Dyke. Realtor, 348 South
t KA TAS3"11' I ot grills. Knox Stores Co. 100 pullets. 10 AIRPORT EAST SIDE-I* .r Orange Ave. Srooms with BI.nd Realtor. C.nltal I pr.k. Ave.. N- Winter Park ph. 573 ecu exposure with Urge screened
per ; No SECTION
per -Very porch.
Sa'a fztur. Pdan's t Living ,
,0.. Blossom T.1 2th 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-316. I culls no cripples D 0 1e.hon 10.Eel's Must sell 3-bedroom home:.rL CENTRAL AVE. E.- and', bath on first floor 2rooms Bldg. 672 : 2-551 or 44l-W, : Lator fireplace room and aalsMn-Ooor Iftx24. Heat-O-
and i bath second floor oU
.r on
STEP LADDERS Three Chicks. Manchester. N. I furnished; includes electric I WINTER PARK-One of heater
POSTS-40 steeL 2 rolls twelve H the hand Two 12x12 bedrooms,
MEA t double
.r small o feet. ISo a foot and up. Knox OUT tor. Paid 84000 last rerera Near Fern Creek Park. Three bed lot: close in location attractively IORTT-e story new mason some two story houses that affords' with 3-way each
Order Fan
.".t.. lr. brer. 4108. 2-.he Stores Co 2 E. Pine. Phone 2-31o3. I DN' B L O'- Woods 1275 right now 61.rn rea. Realtor, room, five rom home completely 37 W. priced: F. A. Allison. K.ltor. : well Iat the maximum of living comfort with Bath with built-in ttsb4howerAdequate ,
ehek. Te Washington. 7613. aU furnished 2 bedrooms Its four -
; ,
Pine bedrooms
MEAT 8 ft. STEEL WINDOWS Commercial and *. mile north ; 6651. furaE"It.1 gas kitchen. House e.eh two baths; yes, space in kitchen and dtniog
CE.ae your a-. residential sizes. Southeast Steel ]I Hwy. 17-92. o Watd.i AIRBASE SECTION 2 bedroom &oaahoa' one car garage b.th. Price 11.5 00: good tr. and two living rooms and big sun room Inlaid linolCWB floors and ply.
- 't c. but Sales i frame with room for play EST SIDE-Fairly close ex Call for room on almost an acre plot wood
2 weeks delivery. In Co.. 100 W. Amelia downstairs. home; car- .ttce I.rte In t Rardman.ran.e. with Interior abeetiac throughout.

.. :;.pIa&1 k ID.., chopper 8185.It Pn 21442.SHARPENDiG. 45. Apartments for RentJEFFERSON POrte. Price $leD. preh Ann rom. :with $6.000. living balancelike .c I home nice of are Johns-Msnville*. Nearly ..asbestosshingle Realtor. 21 West SCaThe WI.m.. I j j two fine ear fruit garage trees,with sprinkler maid's system Landscaped lot. 100x223. Under house
Goodwin with Herman down room garage and partial
machi,... cppr. 125 slicing STONES Genuine COURT and 677 N. Orange: 9855. Goodwin Ic. rent. Call Reggie Moffat with sdln. and 0.1 fo. tile I, Phone $106.NORThWEST. i I II i Handsome kitchen equipment is in- "?' Entire house la basement.ixceOeat TUe
.ns -Carborundum". double f.d. 81 HOI O. P. Swope. 60 5812 bath and kitchen draln \ eluded. Price $-500.00 with terms :i i dition.; con
; make of air 2-room E Cntra Occupancy Nor.
eoadltiOBlne and up. Knox Stores Co- .paent a..nble Summer P. o heating plant Call Dana 1st. Take it
and commercial refricera- P. 2-4080 after houri.COWNIALTOWNCom.pletely. oversize .r. SECTION I Rumpfer with O'Harra- or leave It price of SI2.OBO
I I for
Phone 2-3163. r.te. large brez..y home bewroom. 2-bath Moore, 2-0836. 109 E. Pine. sale. quick
r ties Hill and Willlami. Refrlceration. SPRINGS I preh Tl. i'' ;orlt Shown by appointment only
and about
; Engineering and AARTEN rom bt ATAGN bautda'1 new. C.rte | through Harry E. Morse
Co, : "KrraBJ'AJJK 3-bedroom bunga-i Co-Real,
IUp.n' STEEL In. and H IB. 178 Calt Dn. landscaped grounds but blinds and i tots
1312 Dr.. reinforcingcasement New. 2 furn I nn i I bath Maid'a EiMtu. Pie., ph. us.S2. .
room. ,
-P e6 ,. lived
only about 6O day
windows. Roll roofing ERNESTINE 218-1 brom. breez. garage convenient Ian. lot 100150. an sell Architecturally
I Onc. I and cement. Clermont Builders Supply my STE. w .t.&e 101 ft. 1 saaoo. Ie. 3-bcdroom asbe t a a1, to ahols stores theater and 'II S13.50O. Has 86OOO bank mortgage j livinc. la correct for best FlorIda '
.r hm Hardwood cloistered
w floors. (
_ OUTBOARD MOTOR-Erinrwd. 3.6 Inc. Clermont Fla. 3345. Pie or .orl C bus. $12.SOO ,nlade all at 844 per mouth. Exclusive with j i setting. Lifetime, lake view
I lP. Simplex .trr. fu renn. Ph Ilrls.FRIH 12 bedrooms. Bh".r font.le. Some bUnd.metl .nm. 2-.r ,u.te electric kitchen and owner will ; Fred Garrets, K. low upkeep 1940.,
In ly- "e. 11 construction 815.500 .
; 21' II APATEN Orb furniture. 5 .er grove. 810.50O and I reasonable terms. Hsrlow o Ph. a56i or 4328. Centa I cash wd b.l- Grooms for Sale
: 750- 850 per terms. log machines. Corner ance mor.thlv. Call Don '
TUC T7520. o Dudley.
8 16 Su.n 118 H.
LAMPS I 8138
OU -Candle Sterno s15.
reh. Realtor.
Oann. D.I
goodCondition. month. Ph. 4718. I Altamonte Office Homer Nicely J. NORTHWEST Lockbart 3.4745. OROVK- 5 acres land. 29
.1 lnds.p D.n Great In
;; Htfw.gasoline. 2524 ao.. lDtrn.Wrkof'a I Ace e 1236 W 3-BOOM EFFICIENT Apartment; fur- Manager. Winter Park $- S.e. Broker. : 24388.COLONIALTOWN I Lv OrlNo.J I Paved road electricity aton1 WINTER PARK-Large corner with 8 acres bearing: 17 acres long grove

i Cub 2-4115. dished: immediate PJO apply H1le"e.I Reltrs 118 Rob -An .tu.cUvo two GORE SECTION Unfurnished .r cottage. plenty cItrus In one of Winter trees; exclusive listing. oily Ml,..
OVENS 1 and 2 burner lined ovens I TILE your bath and kitchen i rustproof Lake Dot Apt- A .ftr 7JO I Wn dl E bedroom bungalow with a pretty bedrooms.masonry ; Bus service. Price 120. Park's best residentIal sections. 2- SOO- t- cash. Mr. Tuner with J,
fr for .. or oil atovea. Cplt I ; Pennatile: pm. Mount Furnished > 18 and 515 Will i etory. 4 bedrooms. 2 P MaUo 145 N Main
Knox fr em.t Vernon front. Larger H block from school and Pricedat & pr month baths upstairs. : S809
with regulator. Stores rom .
i C. Central Florida NEW j than fine oak an. sU fri for He.D'' Hardwood floors tile roof. 2-ear HOME
4 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. ange Dial 6540.Sa 2 Q MODERN DLX-B. uua fr. pae 88750 for quick sale owner Broker, 677 N. ; i age. electric gar ASD GROVS CIose in. Cumpletely -
I ADAIR SECTION walls landscaped I. Or&e and gas equipment.
lovely moving out of city. furnished
; klthntt. I 8225O cash willhandle 2-bedroaaa
pr..t b.t eD\ r.re dial 9855. ham.
OIL CICutuno HT.r- i VENETIAN BLINDS-Aluminum stock b.ut7S frame home o a large 3rom Price '10..0. Furnishings balance like rent. Louis 8. I Kitchen equipment Included. A nice In good condition, with shaded lawu
M MWr.o e.Un blinds. 27" through 38" .widths Wise's Cheney m.tt1 s.p lot. I prfe condition.lnd available. Pick with OTlar- Dollve. Broker 27 W. Washington NORTHWEST SECTION-Owner leav-j comfortable home In A-l condition fronting on paved streot Pteat
{ ".lt amye. O 70.bUe I 37e per sq. ft. at factory. Orlando TWO-ROOM EFFICIENCY moeD ha bath and klten- ra-Moore. 2-O836. 109 E. Pine. 8412. log city and must sell his hm 1- Well worth your time to look at this grove of 320 fan bearing trees, class
I .. most
1 f
th one. 826.500.
W. mediately. 3 I Terms. Hacket-OTteal. ly
B&.17 Mfc. Co1739 Kuhi
VeDU.n Bd ment on lake. 825 I .1 .utm.tt fur.c. laundry COLONIAL GARDENS 1940"oDtmell brom. sra on
per week Telephone GRAND _
AVE. '
i. f'bceeb .. L.eb SECTION Realtors
; 89.I 1 9684. and at.r desirab'e' Bath ed prh. V.netl. bUD.. Clrenlac-| : 118 E. RoBinson: dial crop 1200 to 1500 boaeTlactadedll
I IAART30m featur
OUTBOARD MOTOR t, a 13.500 6r Complet'1 furihP 2-bedwxHB log and work 2-3753. O' > Price termT
J p. Ran I V CLEANERS I Ip wih on 83600 breece- ..t.r. G.re $10,500. Bryant
AC r wit .Uaeh.d aU kiteb-i
I lesj than 4 hoar 850. Telephone "lnr fu No quired at 4%. Ross Very nicely furnished and la en bll bUD.lo.. Price.lh : &op. Princeton ShoL bus. ,: WINTER PARK-Lovely 2 bedroom Pith Oleressa Ooodwin toe., Brok,.
1$05. I ataeDt Bu7 Bd 849' I Broker 375 N. en.eleDee. ; 83OOO i .ld shopping. Priced sale'; and N. Oceuge
wr 102 We' month plus 8tL Anden. Orange; dial endlln. with terms cash. month. ; sleeping porch bungalo near : dial 9855
Chuh utilities. pre 110.5 Lindberf I St Ray Lennon wIth school.
4,1 682 8.50. Transportation. $9 SOO.
C.1 Terms. ,
; 4641 I
8nm. Pne Broker. 911 N. Mills Pn 2-0818. O. I I I
.R.ltr. H Cavmmvah. Realtor 43O8. j CContlnued On Next Pate]
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from Preceding Pace I I 55.Country Property for Sale I I, 58. Real Estate WaDtedGRVEHOMESBUSIE 0 Mister Breger 65. Help Wanted Male Antos-Traiters Wanted j jD I .75._ Used Cars for Sale | rlnnim Srniinrl

WHAT A GOOD FARM-10 acre, EMPLOYMENT for ex- V AR"E INC want to buy your MOTORCYCLE-1945. Harley David SEPT. 17, '47 WED PAGE 15

52. Groves for Sale t .G land some fruit. Good 2-bed- L' DIT outside solicitor A I and will pay topprices I l. "74" overhead valves For
rOlr proprr .IU at 1054
al&rMIV. Inc, on car.
rom furnished R equipment furnished Immediately D. Varner j S Trailers-Tracks
Had.o b.nall' G c.a 76. for Sale
TUft HOME' with Income. 20-acre I Iheartac rlr. cottate In rear pa..d aor.. ( A. Phone '3.. 'Ie for advancement Stud.bake S.le and Service. 234W : 2n St.
crave. 1-3 Valencia*. 1.3 j } 7 mile Orlando. al' to Furniture Co.. 221 W. Central Ave Phone 2-3153. MOTORCYCLE-l947 Harley.David. TRAILER wheel Capacity 1004Ibs
.. .. 1.1 Hamllns. With 3aetrooaa II.G. cash Clyde 1 K.D. GROVES-Homes. businesses Would \\tiSTit.e. --.T: : ; Chuch. iILLEY MOTORS. INC will buy ..11or | 74 overhead twin : I Harper Curry Ford Road.
B.oke. W. CentraL 1 like to lava a listing of your property a-n muffler chrome crash
falb)% .tod tenanthewa 2-77: YOUNG MAN for permanent oflr I trade your car for the hlb :! Telephone 2-MV.
A. G Wagner. Broker. 1209Edgewater 1 pair
*. Biuldlncs. work Must have dollar See us at 200 W. C.aUa apr wldaheld.
fro* ton with sr.".. Oordon G i I 56 Business Property for bale Drive / bookkeeping and be typist Ap Phone 5416FRANK. I log bl. AU

,- K.al .'.t 340 N. Orance: 14 Ck| GROVES WANTED have several 4f ply by letter on&lo. RJE really knows how t (750 2-4729 Snuffy, Electric I
APARTMENTS units .. N. Main St 8-5 .P
Location calls for food troves and country Cash Register 308 get dollar for your .ar BRAKE
t-ACKE &Er.: -On SOI I! excellent. OPA Ceiling (500 month. properties. Your will be Vt'f Orlando equity h.h In NASH-37. Needs front 1
appreciated / It or wnlt. .prn.
rr* dGB a of land lutnl II 's aF.p-\ I Cas fv.
r for \it. running motor.
rtrared Located S Opprtll& business location. Wm. O. R.nce. Broker WOOL PRESSER-Will pay SOc perl I Why five ? Good 12. Cal
mo. from to Interested parties 2b E. Washington hour to experiencednan. 48-hour I chance 201 N. Orange Blossom 2-1154. 8 to 5:30.

g.line oa .e.road. ..I". (* Orl-1 I N.Herman Goodwin In Broker 677 HOMES BUSINESS prop \\ \ -. ; /.J//f/ week Good working conditions paid I' Trail: '88J.HIGHET j1IAmbassad0r. 1946 Only ADJUSTMENT

., eJ.d.pat. eros of fruit.. Cash or Or.n.; dial I GROVE. are waiting1 Richard holidays and vacaton.. Ask for M-: CASH Paid for .G. clean 1.mUe.. A.dt o.rdr. Tel
I.ns Jane Br.... Brokers 2Ji N. I APARTMENT BCILDINO Kazaros Realtor 672 N. Orante Ave.Phone II )I'JI Orlando.. Stem 49 W. i Winter Pal Mot. 2314.NAHUti
Mala: '1 I I.rEL well furnished 3 2-99. Fairbanks and New 1 4-door .n Has radio
aparment rom
bath and shower 1.1 HOME WANTED-Northern buyers I o.rdrv. (325 down la $$1
his bedroom: ultra modern penthouse and Investors inquiring daily fo 66. hales Help Wanted R S. EVANS. 'World Larns Auto I ance month. Jim "

apartment. tile bath and sho... all bus:nesses. homes and fr Strout Dale. is only buy- Used Cars. 6 Central
II electric. IIIUted Close in large Realty 318' W. DISTRIBUTOR living In Winter finest will parcbase any OLDSMOBILE-1947 "93' club sedan Play safe B* able to st**.-Nothing

300-acr trove An lane corner lt l. accUon Prcee t HOUSE WANTED-We have prospects I Garden or of Clermont Orlando to Evening handledistributorship I year' make or model and pay aa I Radio heater b7damaU.; else counts All saceftyaleal were
ama yield II.. owner believable price on the 5po%. lowest
tie.. la eood rendition Sour root FoD for S and 6-roora Star Apply circulation department I : low mC.e. (3195 Motr. on any car- prices
Broadway moel
4321 4771 .
arancea. good varieties. for Hamilton or Mr. Mc or : '51 M: 2-214.

:1" the beet (rove buy la the I'BVSIE PROPERTY-U you be !I :: .lne Johnson.0'a or4c N. I aiR.. 1. I OLOBI1942 G coadll e SlIVERS
TJ M.'. I er not. For the investment future of ,' 8612. lahomes SELL OR TRADE us your car ow.r. sdan
d.tall 1 MONUMENT SALESMAN-First class
8 Broker .: ange Co.. H. or-I (1200 Phone 8516
Db. downtown blaine.property investi I salesman with sailing and desianI Ball Dan R
situation; dia I this piece on West I I N. AY. PONTIAC 1937 .
'Ua .t. .od Chlrcl I' log experience 1 plbl. Will furnish m call 4646 cvrUbl. ad.n.G Sj9 62 W Cohtaial
house It ,
.ma on WANTED We have pros M9o Orlando
4 4U ed cover tax cost until paInt-I HOUSE for 2. 3 and bedroom Large.o lad marble and. GET CASH I 5 MINUTES Any I "Prfl' with Prophitts1* Used Cars

ins time Price (7. O'H.r& homes in good locations Ca W. B. dlpla statuary Must fl'l make or moel Starling-Alexander 500 W. Central Ave

Acreage for haleHOLTS j Moore R.ltr.2-O836 109 Pn.. : Nicholson. Realtor 2. I B I. m.morals. for bond Very good Motors 501 Ave. Phone PONTIAC-194t streamliner sedan-

I Main tot.LISTINGS. c4 mission offered Constantino Xlonu- 7878
CENTRAL AVE.-Ideal business loc* .- ette jtlth beautiful original 2toneblack
ISfa acre* excelleat soil I 63 II on Central 9-room meat Co. 2214-2216 tU Ale. TampaI SPOT CASH PAID for your used car and pearl grey finish
will we aoM at lOno oa easy terms duplex Con. 3-car garage Income A. from WANTED-We protect the I S. Florida See J. C. 1cK.lu. "Your Packard stering and interIor as clean ONE GAL.

If stea .t .a-. McKe1ve' Broker. l duplex (104 month All for (10 aOO. I sUe as well aa the buyer Sam A ROUTE SALES MANAGER-Nor carbonated Dealer- J. &. Ave Fhone as the day It was bu.b by its one

Raoa I last C..la Arcade ', cash. King Real Estate JO E Brole. 409 S. Orange AYe beverages Must be sober I 5147ON original owner Tl 1* laar.n

i. ACHE frvatiac 100 It. an larco I Church 6436 "Open Sunday" Phone 2-583. : 0 I and honest Good opprtr for -THE-SPOT CASH PAID for lG teed perfect Will .U outright or take

lake "} sallea east of Winter I I : right man 71 I clean used car*. Jim Cumbie trade and finance. 693 K. Orange OF GAS

1. Uadorft Realtor I CHCK" FARM-7 miles from Or- UTGS W ANDu.t the m-I j| SALESMAN:: 25 45 for In.ar-I 904 Nort Orange Avenue Phone .. 5612.PLYMOUTH.
3- J.aoo >z miles from Winter Pal I D : ; Sf35. good con
:1'In1" II I of excellent Und. cr.d dry on 1ar. ned more haUnts of Fine Homes 2. : Building I WA IMEITLY-0 clean dition. ( ..s. balance TAKES YOU
; Ib I.ae 2- for eiec T .
bw.alo. bedrooms Also business and CaU 5900 30
peted road a! Wasland| city wie 28 heavy : :: TOP NOTCH.AGE (100 Jim monthly pm._
P.nb cleared fins for .Ilch.a .tr. n :properties Joe G Myers. t O I week interet 2435D 1 Jernigaa Cars 600 West Central FONTIAC 1937 2-or sedan Ra.
PIUrr orange trees; 3 outbuildings 'Oi' fnlt .
barDI Dial 8881 6638.
dims sad home. or tires perfect conditionK
cio new
a. uirk proofed: electric and ft cOltact Must have sales i 125 MILES
.I SOil In 1M4 Palmer 'I feather picking I."r. aDd.G or.nalt"1 BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947automobiles and W Motors cor Garland and

r. _ _ fenced and cross fenced .for P.opr I LISTINGS WANTED-We have the background .h h and older cars. Harley AmefaPACKAPD.
0 ACftES buyers If you have the propertyCall portunity to 615 North Orange Ave 1947 Clipper
rwlttna ptne and with a number of elevated tb W.ds.orth new

.I land .iha. ISO acr tan. .' rln. iaom. property with CP. A T.12 Carter S. 9516. Jamerson "Don t park that HERE, or I'll sue the city!" I zation in Car Its necessary field Compl.t training to Mr. I kpon. 8:97. in every r.pt. ,Jim Uk Car. With a New
Merman accommodations. Price unfur c.nr. MaI Phone
Sln'n Wrl. 904 N
877 M
.I 'Inm I GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car .A.. 2-451.
1aJi$. MUM ___ I aih.d. (79aO trma. Phone A. T. LrrWASTDCU.nt wait W.lke. Box 89 S-ta. .I regardless of make or model Used PLYMOUTH-1941 Special DeLuxe
I Buster Carter Jamerson and 32 X .nd..xpr.nce. ____ 219 W. Washington
160. Car clean Jim Cnmbie
Carter Realtors 1 M.ln Pine St.._phone- _6651. _ Business OpportunitiesORANGE I I 62. Loans TJO to $300 WAiTURehabl hustler to sue- I I i I St Exch.nl.2-2. C.r..dan.904 V.r. Ora ne* Av*. Phone WHIZZERMOTOR
I I ,
to supply con -
$ .
MOAPprosMaetelr WANTED- Homes -
fine DONT S
CLOSE East location
I TV- : top .rov. Sdmcrs with 200 household t .
4S acres hush barn- suest home clean as ne.; ld rentals Let us help you your BLOSSOM TAI- Large I I REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost : ties in Northeast Polk County n..ssi.laOOfamines I pay you can PLYMOUTH-1946 Special DLs
meek trove. nice crop trull Reaaenaele 2 nicely furnished: property Hail Bros. Agency 112 N. car while the getting still with actual
rooms; bah .t close in site hasfurnished To buy build or refinance home' Products sold 20 years : 1 10o. sedan One 1 m.1.
Far full partlcularicall I suit those ar.parllcllar. 117. Orange dial 5189 home and equipped for 50 and business property The Trust : State age occupation references Shop .roun. then sell here. 3 to choose from. Cumbie .

Mr Phillips mi h Sumpao tr.if desired Loren Dunn. Broke. I I I'S FR SA call 5613 tu.CI'JI.u.b. trailers Meters washrooms and Department of First N.tona Bank Rawleigh: FAV-43O-YS Memphis -|I many .. done. Central Florida 904 N. Orante Ave.Phone 2-4521
$latea. klllcaj Bide 2 24247o. .
Motors p. Hacan Ph -
I 21269. .
wonderful second n
Pb opportunity Orlando
Bro.n. Metclf showers This 1* a at or. I T.nl Homer McClain207JE I L PL IOU- 1936 4-door sedan
for a home Income and Investment (495 K and W Motors MOTORIZE
Livingston Orlando Fla
DUPLEX and acre of land on foodhlanway j Used Cars tor hale cl.an.
inspection call
For detailed .
Garland and Amelia
and half IMEIT I Sell l1]
one a PROFITS name
SJ-1. Ranches and Timberland I miles West corDe of town. This propertysould r.uts property with. 2-4.. J. A 1 Ohio Real Estate BUI OR BUY your own home Use j printed Christmas cards 50 I BUCK 1937 4-door srdtn Fair PLYMOUl- -Sedan
Williams Realtor 21 WWashington. '
make food home and Income Co.rl Direct Reduction finance I Complete line Christmas everydayassortments (395. K and W Motors. K and W BICYCLE
I and park too If Pie Phone 8106. Flan" See First Federal SavIngsand stationer corner Garland and Amelia Me tors cor G.rlan and Amelia

CAT.RANCHES*/ Peter-, Realtor Since 191-$Heprokably ( t.Ur 0. Call O'Hara.More d.ll.d RIO SHOP. -C"mplt and fully Lan Association of Orlando. 50 samples Empire Card Emlr.Appro.a, BUICK 1939 club Radio PLYMOUTH 194O 2-door Es.p "RIDE ONE

knows Mala ter 2 109 E Pine WE HAVE BUYERS wanting 10wS Sca.c. par Call A Eat at Court Stret Weekdays WANE AT ONCE-Man or W original paint cOU tonally clean 1995.Pof.. .
1. business property and : .. Wiggins 6247. I-2. Saturday 1-12 I customers for SS9S K and W Motors corner Garland PophIU'Usd 50 Cen ANDYOU'LL
Lake immediate sale list with A, Alison SUNDRY STORE Full line of drug products in Orlando. Established and Amelia
Lots fur ROtJSE-Close to Lg W.tkln Aye *
.__- Sale GUT. surrounded by nice large Realtor 37 W. Washington Items. 2 pinball machine jukebox NEED S3OOO-.To finish bOi. now business bring (45 weekly BUICK 1938 Special 2-door sedan PACKARD Convertible coupe BUY ONE

AMELIA' AVE -100s121' beautifulfcomeatte home and on prominent corner lot NBiSM. Pioneer Broker sin aandy new fountain plenty of under construction five 1st a.rc startinc immediately No 1 Radio good condition (695 K and Original opalescent grey finish
amonc .r.... and ISO K ISO ft. 1* this 2-story ,ou IUs on Plnc board 1.ln. No competi mortgage and will repaiy (330O I I Call in person 920 W Motors cor Garland and Amelia original 6-Ply white wan tires radio
frail urea.. a._ifufnuhed). with 3 bedrooms sleepincporch homes groves lot busle tOD. Should n. to (150 per 6 days P ease see me on Jol at \ W Colonial Drive Frank O'NeaL 19000 actual Original
ruaali. Never offered before for BUCK-1941 Super 4-door .ate. t. WHIZZER MOTOR SALES
been I
Ku. and bath upstairs: one bedroom property Ph S. M.1 .eek Page Ave Or leave numberat .daI cost (5.OOO. A built
____ l total price Good Is a nice clean car 1
I.m. rom dining room and (8750 I.as. 2-612. 67. Employment Agencies II This last a Our price K2 N Orange ADial i-4ef
BEVERLY SHORES lew choice kitchen bath down; ciosed-In porch 1EW-rNORTHEN-BOER (75 a month Escusl.e. William selL Jim Jernlgan Used C.r. 600 to hfel.at R S. 1.195. S.

_. .n.are ttlll available. la this ,I la rear. Also wide prche on 3 sides or Inllr1hed. frank Moore .Broker Mathews ,'It J. Danie 2-4388 6Help Wanted-Female j! BROWN PERSONNEL SEVC W. Centr.1Av. _ O a\reat.A.. Phone 471.PLYMOVTI924or.Evan.. 40 EASY TERMSVALUES

Mt..Act 1. Restrictions of house Ample rom expansion ._ 9720. or 7811 _ _ I and Nurses Registry If BUICK-1942 Sliecial Sedanette Jim New paint
11 'OI Cell 2-J21. Wal Convenient to school bus line and COURT-Lake First 1- MACHINE OPERA work 515 CentraL II Cumbl 904 N. Orange: 2-
ter W. 1 1O. HAVE aU TURIST rroat i come to W. you C.r. : plastic
.lansI' Needs some Vacant :E BOER.lUriCf of for be experienced. all 1 I 4521. o.rh..
stores rpas of For room .p.nsIOI -Must replies want help call 6326. I seat Individual
Or.u MaDr allwe 3M6 I a12.750. W. (25.OOO cash at 5<%. Price is treated confidentially P. O Boa co.r. .I .1
t. Nlboln b.l.n.e BUICKS-As well asother
quick results call H. Boland Realtor I : mal. cheap 104 W. Central Ave
A. I
1 : 2-1619 right Potter with Herman GoodwinInc 3228 Orl.ndo.FOUAIN ,
I R.ltor. S M.I Carman Bldg 672 N Orange 69. Work Wanted-Female_ Nice election Orange Bulcl
.. Broker 677 N. Orange 9855.
aee- ; :
OBSJCONI. CUB .. 2-45ol _ _ GIRL-Experienced only H. Dean R. 530 N. O.ng Are
I killia
: BOOKKEEPER Accounts Phone 5410: after 6pm PLYMOUTH-1936 Hoc
Pay monthly, pad QUEST HOMo to post office hEED LISTINGS on all kinds of O'BreD's Pharmacy Winter rrel.bl" 466. eOlp.
tr Hy. !I bln.ss5F. 2-tone sedan (22OO good motor. The Is h..tD'
and Park de.Ue cbanle. famli.r ,
bulldiac become to.n "drom CADiL9
.tton. .rora TIRE .ulat.r. posting etc Stenographic miles trouble with the torn cat on account
nicely and completely F. BUSIES I
available Property la this hiLts class eluding linens etc Building In excellent in- Realtor .aUm. H Band.. I MAID-Colored or white House work work Concientioua worker By original owner Mr. 3'.0 Wcbl. 24592or of the night serenadin'. (245 J. R
section 1 bound to Increase rapidly condition. Garage can easily C.rl.aa Centrally located fully equipped recapping and care of 2 children Must be Permanent resident Box 81 S-Star- 2710 N. Orangf I SmIth '1 N. Orance
la v* Buy today ahead of thlalaerce
i i and vulcanizing shop reliable and have health card.
be converted Into apartment. Corner Ph BOOKKEEPER-Cashier and" 1oUI.
** Ae some beautiful I I lot 147x136 PARTY ready to close deal ..nt stock equipment and eood will can 2-3534. CHEVROLE-I92 2-dor sedan New I Listed are a few of our better
Ian. Lots riant. the toll course "autUu3 "ncap Orlando real estate that will reasonable .or. 'horolitJ espncn motr. I. o11. ready to go
Priced be boutbt at a pnc. MAID-Experienced cook for family ed .
Water. Ixhta. and bus available.Paved l t lb.rl .rm. good net Want to deal with loal reern.e. Vsd Ca. 12 N. Garland: : buys. We have more to
I Interests For many
Camcaa Bolaad. I I Phone T. Buster 9516.Jamerson r..nue. Owner has other Om of 2. Live In. References 457 E 2-8301 I phone 2-4347 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
Give lull details to Box 57
and Carte. Realtor 1 6. owner looking for this type lustnes. \ New England Ph. Winter Park 245. cleaning 3 choose from.
Caraaa Bids. $72 N. ,I 1 S-Star worth investigating COLRE GILHoI. CHVRLT 1941 4-door sedan 1938
..nl.2-2834. MaIn Ak M P.r .el. .ainl or iron- I :n's Used Cars 142 N.i CEROL aowh..1
GUEST lady or couple FREE APPRAISALS on your home.We Bone. NURSE WATTED-To assist in office inc 1041 W. : phone 2-4347 &ck D.1 wheeL br.
LAKE on I HOtSE Agency Realtors 112 N. i Gal.ne .
will give you an estimate Good and tiles.
RNiO hot
l.1 of Tpyine esscnbaL mech.na
.anu .sc.pton.1 guest cost of charge on the current marketvalue .. Ave. Telephone 5189. '"rlen. HOSTESS Apartment or guesthouse I CHEVROLET-1936 2-or sedal Extra Phone 2107.DDE 1945 STUDEBAKER 5-pu-
house at Telephone 7258 !
opportunity a or
terms per other lot oflerlntaa's i 1 moet of your property No obligation position desired by speciaL different and unusual
James i. .o. Realtor. 1311Mich .and .to out of it. Phone 7811 Wm. Mathew J. enced business l.dJ. i' This car is like new. Is In perfect .- motor.1939 panel( lrcl. and Re WMotors senger

Blvd. "Opposite ACLRB DePOI.rut. .' I..tlat U attractiveeight Daniel Kolar. Broker.000DMORNINGMr.. .lU in on paved high PRIVATE SECRETARY-Permanent lando resident E..rencee condition and we have had it for sale Garland and 1946 CHEVROLET Taxm

75M. rom bou5 lerom I Davis speak- WET.5lElo position Y. .round IU.. airconditioned account and d.rk xprl'l I' less t.n 12 hourI Better hurry, 1 .or. Am.l Sedan
a huh .RSld.nUal .ecton pn fliht Per S-Star. her* noon Priced DODGE-1938. x ton p.nl truck
LAKE FRONT LOTS-In Intcrlakea. the o.uno. from CentralFlorida inc Yes sir. well be clad to list hOls with .tr. OICe Go at.r Good 1942 PACKARD Cenwtttte
Unusual City conveniences Restricted s roost tourist your proprt7. One of our salesmeawill on highway .hc can .utilizedfor Dent. ,con'ld.re S STORAFARExpnenced a bargain At W. Central Ave Best urs Mrcbanc.l: .o.

Mydeeser fnv C.SO* K.Cotomal ran Insure ppu.r not hol.1 tO. to inspect t' many tJp. II5ea. Lot 66x Service RI.hte 1249 N.at Orange are. Fle CP.bl can.crllin. sortband only R S. Evans 300 ofe. o..r 125. 1' S. Coupe
Dr : dial Thank 78O9 C. B. D. '' 186. Price and ne.t3. .ek CHRYSLER Chevrolet Dodges Cac bt..e 1. CHEVROLET
1. available to a small tuest house you .. rt. .u. cclr.\b. and 7 1942 Town
LAKE KILLARNET LOTS-Excellent Price only *85O. Call o"Hana- Realtor. 41 W. Washington.DON'T .__ Bros Brokers: 235 N. Main: 75:1. STEAM TABL and griddle olr1 oung. D. P. PhIllIps Co.I I Fords an Plymouth Take yourpick.
W. RobinsonDAY'S HOUSE TRAILER 1947 21 Sedan
experience J S M Orange
loeatlon overlooklnn I.kl Nice Moore 2-0838 109 E Pint LIST YOUR PROPERTY HERE IT IS-Brand new sundry rewre b Motor. 5 B..
4. Used
GROCERY AND DUPLEX COMBINED .IU 40 hours Good pay WORK W experienced Ave. Phone tane s.p. .ek. 1941 FORD 2-door Sedaa
electricity 4iO. Excellent .eel. 4f44.
shade me unless you want to sail store loaUo3 ADB7
oatt Pe .onr sell.
Priced to or Caa
with Good- I I Well monthlyrental 916 Business and Sayer 207. OAB.STENOGRAPHER maul rfernc. 100 CHEVROLET-1947 Aero sedsn Jim ..b ltm. .
easy ltn:8 Brokf. Icude. GG 1941 FORD S-ptt6n0
tem. Ln. Burch K1 a.l09. : M seen Box 252-B. Forest City Rd. 4ralie
win Oranse 9B5S from duplex your elusive with Henry Baeh. Espr.ae. Cumbi Car. 1. N. OraD". from Old Apopjia Hiahway
MILLS STREET-Corner Llvlnaston.EireUral ,I business .front. Lot 80x125 In colored 60. Business Opportunities 916 Kuhl Call Mr. Smith. 2- 090. Needed by national EXPERIENCED CASHIER-DSTW or I I 2-:21. I Coupe

clinic location or multiple disrc. 185. Easy term es- HIGH GRADE SPECIALIZED Res want permanent resident of Orlando like position in doctor or Oentlstsoffice. CHEVROLET-1949 Aero sedan HOUSE TAIlee. sleep 4. 1941 STUDEBAKER 3-pas

Exclusive with Don Dud I G Bill Douglas BEER STA-JD-Wine. taurant-Fuily equipped totnf business who Is interested in security and .*- Phone -\Winter Pare Cumbie Cars. 904 N. Orange.: electric stove with i
I Ilnches .t senger Coupe
d.tl. with H P. Boland Realtor Carrtisn vancement Miss Grant. 2-4832 I I oven, ice box Priced to sell 691
2-4744. plenty of pintail Summer per C.l 24521.CHEVROLET.
R.altr _ _ erow110 Winter
Bids 672 N Orange; 2-4551 Formosa near Fairbanks 1941 NASH Sedan
ORANGE BLOSSOM punch lard b.mcs. Hottest deal I week On main edl oftown SODA FOUNTAIN MANAGER-Male 70. Work Wanted-Male I \
Pare !
TAI froat.c total family clientele Lone female in at Albert 194 convrbl
-IIS ft earner at I town S I:. Exclusive or Apply person coupe A 1941 HUDSON 5-pMMBfer
8& (.1 William 2- buildinc. Dining Drug Edgewater Driveat .Ith SPARTAN-Choice of everyone who
Exclusive New
J.2302 or Winter Park Ill-. pi. term I.as. Stor. BOKEEPERPI or part Um. dio licht and less than SOO
GUEST HOME-Close in. Good for 4388. with J. Daniel Kolar S room kitchen bar. beer and wino local resident. 'P' Used Cars 600 want the best. Save now at Frank Coupe
Espr.nr.d. relabl. miles
(450 monthly income Easily Jernlgan Reed Trailer Sales. 201 N. Orange
Main; 781.BUSL'ES license Walk in refrigeration: Amplestock SALESLADIES experienced younas 1941 PLYMOUTH 5-passeiner
W. Ave
8ta. Central
I financed real buy Louis Geeslin.Realtor. Blossom
A Price (13 SOO CaU Ben F. T.I.SPARTAYour
sell fine
ORANGE ATE.-200 ft frontace 143 N. ; OPPORTUNITIES Our Field with H. F. Boland. women to In our re.dY.t BKEEPE STORPHE- Special DeLuxe Coupe
M.I 2-1M opportunity departmenthas Re.ltr. wear shop Salary CEVROLT-194 home when and
Ideal for development or Investment. .omm Wrt Yo.ne bo. clean 3 to 1941 CHRYSLER S-paa&enser
Offered at per front foot I I six new listings They ran. in C.rr..a Bi I. 672 N gqalitlcations Box '4 8ta. perience Seasonal or year rOld choose Excp. Jim Cnmble Cars 904 ,ber you "' n Bay now at
comparable price from I to (38,000 If you 2-551. Write Box 86 Reed TraIler S.1 201 H Orange Coupe
price considerably I : O Experienced Re.r.nce. 8.r. N. Orange Ave. Phone
properties Root blo.. Realtor I ORANGE AVE. N.-Business locI are looking business to buy. i TIME TO TAKE I A GOOD partnerin SALSLYE year of age I t AM A SALESMAN-with nothingto "Special 2-521 DeLnxe Blossom Trail 1940 PLYMOUTH Sedan

N. Orante: 3-43M I tion. Lot with 50 ft. frontage and c.l Frec Reese ..U 0 Harra-Moore. an .atabU.h real estate agency Apply In person from 10 a.m to 12 i sell 8 years selling experience CiEVROLET-1941 4-door sedan Set of new white SPARTAN. MANOR is so easy t tow CHEVROLET Tc-wn
175 ft- Harold 1938
depth Ask for L-632 Box ..
i 61 SSlar. non and 2 p.m. to 4 P m. DI.a YOI furnish the merchandise. IU do sIdewall and See this you U never knov It s .
i V. Condict. Realtor 37 E CentraL BEAUTY SHOP-S MY ENTIRE STOCK and fixtures Jewelry 119 3 Orange Ave I selling Box 75 SStarEXPiJUENCED tl. buy new pain\ SP.r.1 JI.Dor. Save (767 on new Sedan
c.lal. i one "
ORANGE AVE N-Lot Sxl4O .!I lent lo.tol exc".1. and general m.rcad. .tr below Yn offices Ef'i- IN SERVICE Station Used Cars 01 W. Central Ave mo.1. Reed TraUer Sale. 1937 CHEVROLET Town
cleared at ( Imedlt. Call cost Must C cleat IB typing and I paint spraying and laundry. Would I Orange Blossom TraiL
o 1UOf Hlh. Pc I ORANGE AVE. 2OO ft. frontate Chenault Tyson. General Merchandising spellinc Not 809 Metcalf CRL-194 2-door Idan I Sedan
to A J.nniU. l4 Rear over 4O work after school 1 and Sundays SPATA.
ue.11 CaldweU. rM.1 Ideal for development ntO investment 672 N. Orange; 7134 O teen. Fla _ _ Bldg Phone 4783 p.o 6 p.m. and .p foe l.ht.. Jerni-an L'GIr-Ut 1937 STUDEBAKER Sedan

.'. Realtor 12 8. M.ln. 3-O786 I offered at per foot price -SHOP-Excellent location THIS IS HEADQUARTERS for guesthomes. SECRETARY-Permanent connection MGHT and a mehanlc.l3 W. Ave Save on brand new models. Frank 1933 PONTIAC Coupe
considerably below comparable BEAU WATCHMN-Y.a V.c.n 6 C.ntrl Reed 201 Blossom
kind N.
prop S16OO terms motor courts or any offered to S oranc Tr.1
ft. frout.se one possessing necessary .
ORWINMANOR-117 busn.u. ca n bal .x.rlenc. SUt. CHRYSLER 1936 A 1 con
.n"s Robt L. Pryde Re.ltr. WLI 204 of to Spiegel. fulfill te .dan. TRAILERS New and New
Priced for quick: sale. S15OO Ask 6 ltsU bln.a. "Sp.k qualifications to responsibleposition. concrete ud
I 71. .frm.a dition. ( Can be seen at
'I N. OrDI. 2596.10RGE S. Main. Whitney Spiegel Co., Realtors Prefer between 20 and with 45. "a' ..
for L-3SS V. Condict. Realtor. Ralt one work I "Am.r..n.mod.I. I. "ut
Al expelnc. Pip Grocery pm. and at WELCOME
37 I. Central.TLTERRACEBeautlfui.0 I IP LISTINGS NEE 706 M.te.1 2-3261. 30 years of age Please do not apply lines Un.s bUe .. Lake '; I ICERL em lat.D. .a WE
BUSL"E Fr.dnci. BUY Business with unless capable and thoroughly expert- 91 Winter .nlnn. nersprlnc mattress, Complete YOUR
buildint W.L Cal Parl. I
"BUI.a. 15.00
AVE.-Business property Headquarters.** 118 N. Out of town on enced Fla Bank at Orlando 1936 Standard Ex- $1695. Accessories; "Coleman" and
site: lake "I.and ,.I. fronts Attractive grossing owner S100.000 Or.oc. qu.nn. MAN-With 20 s.ar experience selling K and W Preway stove parts new butane and INSPECTION!
der. Devel- Main hlchway : new buldl. or fe : and homeappll.n.s 195. I',
m.l bardw.r. .
prl. Car TYPT-Expren..d. lu71. Motors cor awnings
31 Real estate excludes e with store and -rom mOer licensethrough j and electrical gasoline ranges
building and equipment worth S60.000 ment Complete r"IUr. clean Srpt County position with desir CHEVROLET sedan a good used bottle cas equipment etc. Ankney
WINTER PARK Lakefront lota.MtKland Price Exclusive 1920. Phone 2-1008. 4: W. Cen 't.res If Trailer Sale. 540 N. Orange Blossom
I 180.0. terms grocery atk Lat.d in very hIgh Judge Of ice. Court House Have 3 experience car all the way around. you j
and Klllarney Also nicety I .It 392 N. Oral tral. Prot V. St.le. class 4itri& of poor .11. fim.and operating own.r successful want cheap transportation come see Trail Phone 2-2505.

shaded lot Bear Orlando Ave Edwin 2-2471 and Robert R Tr Bal b..lth. Davis. ReciMered Broker WAIMu' be npr.ned. 10 thIs. Joel The IU .t.ar.nt 2998 I BUY A NEW SPARTAN With electric
C. Dyke Realtor. 348 Park tor 13 W. CONVALESCENT Out in Main Phone 5529. Ur. A.ala .tor. Ha. 3e'.xprlenc
Wasl.tn lOM 33 S Fn Shop. 485 N. Orange. I managing I H C. Kuhl Ave _ _ refrigerator AB model cat stove
Ave- N. Winter Park. ph S73 or and County CHe. Prt. e.panm.n Only (2950 Frank Reed, 201 N. Orange
HOME AND BUSINESS LOCATIONOn bl ANYONE INTERESTED .a mail Implement D..d dependable CItEVROt.ET-1947 Fleetmaster convertible -
44-1. Montvcrde la a house with for WOMAN OR to assist in Ruth'eIce 1946 Fleetlinecompletely I Blossom TraU
Main Wetd. business streetat modern r.taur.n season contact GIRl man to sell or mea. or Cnrlet
a bedrooms and twenty .c. of laad Sinclair Station at Holly e.am In. See Mr. Wai both write Box 84 maroon
ft trailer
I 1 HI 111 ellippd. BARGAIN FOR CASH-21
(Lake Knowlec- .. prop7 on a paved highway that Fl. her at S. Orange Blossom TraUL Sta.
.1 t Houle.
W PAK- with BO-foot troat. 28 P.cklnl D..Dpr. RESIDENT Desires Chevrolet 2-or .pla1 d.lnx. located on lake front. Awning, be-
section). Prospective us to have good possibilities aa a after 1 pm. TI.lda3. PEMANEN .
and very usable six- Alocation Cod 1947. tane stove, metal roof brake Lot
.lpl Dl. hOl. I I HERE an outstanding grocery work 13 year experi d.n. Pont.c. -o
should see these for home rat home or a tourist home Inc. I Sr. Beautician with fol- rfrile'ton Trailer Park
hOl. "lee choic a and business with will. Good Inventory WAN maintenance and operation. .tr..m1n. lu eulppe. 19 Carolina
lots low as it is less than a mile to .0 2- D. VARNER. INC.
Wla Pak a* 21: Price $985000. Call Ray Holcomb I splendid and I.a. New good chop Ph Studied domestic and 2-or. streamlined ENJOY YOUR VACATION across
CallOi1araMoorn. comm.r-
Apopka Price deirll. .
1/3 eO.D la .1.n mODlb with OHarra-Moore. 24836; 109 E 13.$0.01. $7530. 'Speak 3193. cial Floyd Fore. 1941. Ik. D. Studebaker the nation in the world finest
K t 811..1" Whln.J rlr..r.toa x P.aden
available .
pam.at. tUbU. & Boland ins Pin*. Pine; 2-2380DELTOM Balor. 10 I Splecel R.al .' YOUNG LADY-18 to 22. single high 223 Lk. St clean. 194. down- payment exceptionally on the" towinc traIler Spartan Manor, Save 234 W. Central Av*.
BUY OS Tour calf 3269. education accurate with (823 demonstrator Frank Reed
on a
Owners. Carrltan Bldg672. N. Or- BET or Trailer Ht.h.u Court 1-92.. Be.ltfullake. ; HOTEL-Priced for quick .Must .aol.. able to type for ..n.rl of. 71. Airplane Sales and Service cars and 15 mo. to pay balance W.fln.nce. .. Trailer Sales 201 N. Orange Bloa- PHONE 2-IRS
2-4531. sal. 21 also restaurant.beer RDUC.De .Ick flee 5 day week starting MaUn'* Used Cars 101 NMain
cleared rom.
land shade .orl. G tom Trail
tre. .lh now
cI.tard bu.ln. .
and year Irozn .
Apply In
la Delaney- ..2 bedroom funh.d house round. Located.a. at Oat Fla, oa 40OO for quick sale Living quarters o.n h.ndnt TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman 50* -LESS WEIGHT SOO* more
3 ON Ine riving full DODGE 41 sedan. A 1
LT CRE Impro..menu. plenty of Gardner Real Estate 29 paUclar. Widgeon: "nd. sea and .ar. strength tn new Spartan Manor
trees; tlSOOBammla us 1. 2 mile couth of Daytona A.enc: S-Star lotrmei& low mileage and a buy Joel a
land Immediate Priced :
Hlla occupancy South Court St. Dial 3-4481 tramme. A.I.llon .0 Save at Frank Reed Trailer
: now
Realtor. Room 4Central of 30O feet frontage V.tr.n'a OrlDdo
"ra1 Arcade for quick sale Owner coin Norh Bael. ConSt.. ft. depth Will sell GOOD TYPIST -Full or part time. Club Ph. Park 863VETERAN'S The m R.s.lr.nt 299 RubS A. Sales. 201 N Orange Blossom Trail
: One mile north of Maitland complete for only (23.5OO Bank Loans-Services Apply room 5. 30 E. Church St._ FLIGHT DODGE-1939 Deluxe 4-or sedan
everything 61. LIFE IV A SPARTAN MANOR I life
21 CHOlCaX>n located lust 92 aero DeForrest Packing Honve TAIIc perfect (89S K
Will take la down on easy REGISTEREDNURSE for el.m.ntaIbol Single and R.dlo new P.lt Nw units
Balm and b.laa. I In manner S. EVANS'DAILY
City R.
aids city UI1 Lake lem. Being cold by owner Pleas FIRST NATIONAL BANK as a com la Orlando. Apply br letter Job training for mechanic ratine. I Garland- and a* low as (2562 Frank Read Trailer

water. Id..a. A. EXCELLENT LOCATION for small in person munt3 s.nlc. furnishes the cor- Stating qualifications and aptltudofor I Cal Ryan Field Apopka. Fla I Amelia. Salt, 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail
privileges Exclusive business on main tborou.hla. la Day or Might Dial 2-1611. working cb1dre.. Bs DODGE 1940 4-door stdan. Excellent -
DRIVE-IN For tm. .11.m.1
r.e NEW and
37 W. Waahiacton FROZ-S''A 2 WHEEL-1-ton luggage
AWID Ratr. fastest growing section n condition less than 40.000
Orlando S-ta. 72. for Rent
I atStandard
'1. SO to 100 ft. frontage ." tha. Oil Station...2718 In.. INSTALLMENT LOANS cost 70U lets I ANTED SETTLED CLRE Woman Autos-'rck miles (1095 K and W Motors cor dump price trailer 139 E.Less New than Hampshire dealer'sCost

BEAUTIFUL LARS FN LOTS prevailing cost pr front foot Buy at First National Banl Compare to do general hOl..ork. Permanent D VARNER DRIVE IT-Drive It Garland and Amelia Ave
oak shade ues each. now on our t.rm and FLOOR SURFACING COMAYo for Phone yourself low rates by day
.u .tc these costs position. : or DODGE SEDAN for sale or trade- DOZEN
Realtor. investment Inc a capacity Wen m. TANDEM-1947. la 4 and
.rm A. T. DofKTSM your crow as yon : a 100. you get m.au 8-34 D V.re U Drive It, Inc. 234 .W New motor Driven less than SIMMER
4412 Paved streets, and about 40 .. N. Ave location.Equipment 194. 6-paoenger model Now on dla-
N Orancr: sewers Orn.
utUe ( 150. get 139-Payments 12 Central Ave Phone 2-3153 clean
Corner available If a more than theasking you 6 65. Help Wanted-Male 4 Good paInt upholstery p'.ay. 27-ft. Ions, metal body, electric
BUILDING WTsle' your home desid of Call Jack Lock- 6 200. you get la6Parmeat. HERTZ DRIV-UIt-SELF SYSTEMTruckj radio ( trade for
rican and CardIgan price ( I 10. refrigeration and bottle gee
site BOW .tt..UY. Dt 625. a 30O. yon get 25.0 BOOKKEEPER -Capable of takIng and for rent Jeep la good Call M
Bldf. 672 N. Orange 2-4551. amy C. W. Walte.Realtor 672 passenger cars eondtla 1 stove A* low as (2395 Up ta 30
dread Country CII Ph N. wIt: 6o09 ( 400 you get J'-P.Jm.nu full charge office and lumb by hour. day or week. Low rates. 375N. Ralr SDlord. 182-J month to pay Frank Reed 201 N
aQ sizes. Close i school, bus and Or S SOO you get 465-Payments 41.67 Mu't o Orange, phone 2-4064 Box 150O Sanford Bif Listed DaU
I Blossom TralL II Outstandinc
sell be blsle. b 5:0 I .rt Orange
stores. Cash or STORE-Must 1000. you get 930-Payments 83 34 1 and costs
terms. "an P Br.r'lnabb.23 MaI: 7S8'. fRr illness Good location Above monthly payments 12 month.! ferabiy.eneal acc"ntn. Immediately Pre JIM CMBI U-DRIVE-IT '4 J3ODGE-l940 _.. Jim CumbleCarS
a.al.bl. By ,day. week 904 N. :
rent Live town near Orlando for 15 are mo.1 e.r. 2-521.
HAP ITSplendid Payments Boa O.nge
Choice bomealtea. i month .ma.r. work 10
ON GLEN n.acmmW7. Competitive rateg 904 M
stock S9OOO cash Box 88 month 4 door sedan. Beauti 400 N.
1253JO ft. from 8tar.FNGSTATION Figures lcud. 78 _ DJTGI931
rod dial 2-4521
pan loan in of death. First I Motors.Jefferson .
site for and AD Restaurant T. Star.Rne.
to lake $1750. terms or elr Must be first Ford.
cash. W. A. McKenney 116. aO trailer camp ..17-92 0 ft this month I National Bank at Orlando .t floor need apply Steady OLIN'S DRIVE IT INC.-New cars and 2-2424. 4771

Cheney Bwbway; 2-7144. on highway Insured title A. C. Gl- In filling .t.UOa Restaurant averages ea. wages.othe Can at 1025 WHarvard for rent by day week or month .DESOTO-1936 4-or sedan Jlstreodlton.d DIAL
den. Broker 1121 N. Orlando day .ork. No red 2 242 N.Ot.n. .
A. during Summer per tal. loaton. 1907 Conway .. 5 HOUR
t r EXCELLENT la. LAKE S1.OSO FRONT on term- near Maitland underpass); Perhaps the bt spot tn Orlando fur 82. Loans Up t$300 I ... 2-8l. 12 N_ Garland S.OO. AU day
close .Itr
H P. Boland Oar CarrUaa Bide. Park filling will handle. .E. CAPETERSD. first 960 class Orange need P 2-347. Sunday. enn. w CHEVROLET-1941 S paan-ajer

t .72 W Orante: 2Un.iORND. S.phone Burnett.2-3O63.Brole. 37 S Main, AUTO ECnO7, fltWe. Diamond Iana, Ave. Winter Pak.D.le. 73. AutSericeALIGNMENTFree DODGE. -1941 cubcuro.mleao. CLEANING club coupe Like ouw.JS

AND Winter Burger. Manager. 1008 DAIRY HELPER-Christian man. no radio
car carace. Attention Owing to death of Contractoatwe FOVNTAIN-NDWICES m.chae.. pun.h l.rd.. Good Building Phone 2-0339 r smoking or drinking No other InpcUoD I Florida; Motn. .Jefferson. and Garland Radio. wciAIa ****

( SO. Owaer call 4079 offer his 36x48 building lease See what 1210 buy Mr. CASH LOANS Quickly made on fur- need apply Phone 7055 Prompt repair by .xpr mec" owner clean..1695

for Sate with 40xlSO-foot lot cement floor Harmon with C. B. Realtor 41 I niture. autos and Orlando WANTED-Only those who aak A one-stop G- DODGE 1941 convertible, clean:

55. Country Property aluminum roof and siding Buldmc W. Washington: 7-891.D..a 's own Home damoAd.. .. 314 DRIVE tborollh7 familiar with Or- S.r1. 300 N. Orange radio heater good tires. Phone SERVICE OLDSMOBILE 1942 Rydr

BEAR LAKE.-"Where the bit fish or and will lot tell can equipment be purchased and buildincExclusive I.p.r.t.. GROCERY-AND MEAT MARKET Metcalf Bide Dial I 2-0304 Ir-ndo .tr.et qualify Apply t AUTO BRKa wheel 2-8081 for informatIon.FORD194l sedan Radio. w matlc 4 door M4aa. V5T7 alc*
Mr. Cab Co.
furnished : Completely Located In Ho.el. Wbe.l 2-or .__ $1291
I"Mo.,2-.dll with Frank Crebs, 507 Met- the heart of district CASH LOANS For most any personal between of balanced while you hpatr. Ol.
laU rrr. KeU calf BuUdlna 21710. .. DRIVER WANE wa' C A: 142 N Garland: .
at Acceptance resident ofOrlando Prance Sons 1010 Ca.
kitchen. 10 1' oa Leave covers 3 stores A bargain at or business purposes 4. Mw1 b CLEANERS STUDEBAKER-1941 Csouman-
wants I Jack with C. Orlando 8 Have fair PECK'S
Lake aorta ( Call Lockamy W. Corporation In month. BeaataM Mac
utah .. 114:" A.be 57. Real Estate Exchanged :31... Realtor 672 N. O.anl with home office at 480 N. Orange of .lt7 Yellow BRAK REPAEW.I7 couoe The cleanest in PHONE 6055 der 4 door ccda *!

Realtor Main: _._ 6509 Phone 7136 Same serviceat Ikno.led. E WashingtonELECJTRUNS W. Orlando: perfect Inside and out. finish overdrive I ae-ir
and oil. Dixie Sales 4c Service
C P.le. 1 I OWNER WILL TRADE (20.OOO suburban A.nl.offices in Cocoa. Winter Haven South The III Rslranl 2998 Kuhl tires __..__..:___._..... _. lt1r
at Boone St.
CLOSE TO CITY LIMITS--Lake front (2V4 acres) 3 bed GROCERY AND PRODUCE-Busiest .ol.
land ISO bearing I utt tn town. Average (250 week and 8t Cloud -First class for A.
300 ft. 10 acre room city residence Barn .pt can BODY AND tCNDER repairing and rORD-1941 Super Deeax J citrus tree*, pineapple Valencia and chicken houses riding- corral avail net 185. painting Estimates gladly given. thee, vwnr
rapefnilt. o-room bunrtlow Electricity Ben F. Fields with U.I Real Estate Alfc 29 MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES dolt and motor controll.talaUol Satisfaction D Varner. Radio new
...paved road USOO. Her- I: .11.. C.1. Realtor. CardIgan and South Court St. Dial 2-4481 takes Just a short time to get cash 234 W. C.ntral sarntd. 2-3153. FORDS.-1914 rP. (225 193.1 QUALITY nice Special at ... .***
Broker. ITt NOranse here Florida Credit 21 W. Pine P.O. 3427. Orlando (295 $285. AUs
was Oeodwta Boland 672 N. Orange 2-4551 or GROCERY and meat market. 1tSt.lr..3 Dr..e .oup. 137
FORD CHECK UP Safety is family
a "
: dial 1" or 6. 40-R Winter stock Dome (900 weekly G east of Grand T.ate.QUICK omp co.n .G o.s II I can t 1947 OLDSMOBILE '75" 4 door CHRYSLER-1 W 4 door sotia't.
Park affair! check up where you buy
CROVE AND-HOME SO .5 la I better (85. terms Rpr Realty. CASH LOANS Furniture MECHANIC Shop and foreman AutO and service our Ford. Genuine teU 701 I.o"l yon Sedan Radio Ilk* new. Runs and drives very 16ed *SM

large trees, mostly oransea. Newmodem S7-1. Beach Property Church Maa: 2- note and auto loan.2-hour service and farm equipment Know p.r. genuine:mechanIcs. Belt.l- wrong .J R Sm 11 I. OrlnlI 1947 DESOTO 4 door Sedan. Like

5. masonry bunt alow 4 r. GROCERY Fish at Inventory Family Loan Co. 501 Florida parts and r.orda. State salary ate. Inc 38 W. L"nntu
screened porch bth About I COCOA male with Bank Bide. R w. CaHi*. manager. experience and S rf.rnee. Person new

.u out with .D.e rd frentate. lny.a.n'BEC'n.lopment crops G really fine.ro.lakefrontproperties Phone 21.6.ACON nel. W. J.. Howcr C. 73-1. Auto PartsAccessoriesFRONT I FORD-1946 Tudor cedan. With 1947 CADILLAC "62" Club Coupe. 101 W. CENTRAL
I Hillx radio and a low mileage car Jim
10.000 R.-MeW. Ratl 8 .a rrn' lot lat ". D. Alter. Broker. Cler- Fa.PLSTERE Almost new.
12$ If Orante 7 fulaipher. I', mont Fla WANTED-Top wages, END REPAIR PUT DOW .Jernlctn Cued Cars SOO W. C.atra

'L&KE BUTLELara. eamp fur'Dbt. COCOA BEACH Orlando ', 5.d Apply at 950 K.ntuc available for almost of I FORDS-A Ford Dea er I. a good man 1343 PACKARD Custom Clipper. DIAL 4321

Fine Easily eoa-I Mr Puxipher.the oa r.ator bech GROCERY-MARKET In. one of k, .. Winter Park. A. I. Snodf rass. auto C. A. Prance it Sons 1010 W I to 'see for used cars Heintzelman Almost new. has everytnjij.

,. fH hams .tl aad modermComplete : aver there has lot Ju. the best and oldest establishedneighborhood That what you want when ,01 come :I ROFERAl around roofer must Church phone 8811 I Inc.. 36 W. Livingston: 6159

with ess. water and elee- vorsbly located \ prc stores Complete equipment to .for a loan and what mrh.nl. Apply 1314 E AND X 16 Se3 FORD-1940 Convertible club coupe 1946 BUICK Super Sedan. Very OLDSMOBUE-1941 HwoYaraafi

tile Hss68-8tar. Include large oalk-1 box you cet Prompt attention Fast Ave Thr.. morm., 7:30.: TIE II (4.8 TE'0 6OO Jim Cbl. Car.9. N. Orange; tow mileage. Sedanette, Katfta. orMaal 1-ton

OVIEDO-17.acre truck farm. 10 I 58. Real Estate Wanted electric milk and deepfreeze service- Strict privacy red -Simplifiedloan TILE Permanent Salety tube. 95 exchange eo I 16 I 2-4521 1944 PACKARD "120" Clipper. finish. Tine or ta pofe4.*lt3tit
irritated box and electric meat cuber taplAlt SEE regular tube (2.45. 6OO x
excellent tu and m.to-o lob Rice Inc Tiles \ FORD 1941 crape AU equipped Overdrive, practically new.
... paved road :ACRES. homes. businesses and Lease t January 11 1952 at (75 per loans specialty Loans (10 714 Clamors Dr. West Palm Bach (1293 650 1 1 tir. (1570 '0. one Cub. K and W Motors PLYMOUTH-Wl S ecial Da-
A real farm for SSOO. half cash. I troves Buyers waiting Courtney aonth Pice quick sale at a t first ClSS 16 ure 1'.8. and tub corner Garland and AmeliaFCRD 1941 CADILLAC- Sedan. lute 4 door aedsa. Radio Very
Estate246 N Orange dial 2.2471. Htrlow 0.Fredriek. UPBOLTERMu plus tax. Roebuck CO. .
W. Real B Realty; 392.PATE1'iT ; tnYntor. 30. Sear 1813.I ,
to competentman. W*
K P. 118 N. work I 1946 2-door DeLuxe "e.l. 1941 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe clean ._
Of s $505._ _ I Homea. Grove Dial Bumn Brok.r. Family Finance Service Ine. 32 W. none other considered. R B I Low mileage Private party
U--I frwit. Stop as you Orange 8188 Brown. 2911 N. Orange A.LDR Wanted_ E Washington Sedan.
: .ROOM Bu.l. POlr7. CentraL Phone 9857 Auto-Tier or best offer 816 CHEVROLET-1941 S door a.-

Shrubbery har4rad. elee- Baa" and list it Must be master 9114 OLDSMOBILE 98" Sedan. at ..4109
t excellent
.1 ap WANTED 1941 dan. An boy -
.' trteity MSOO Immediate I Son. Real HOTEL-16 room 16 U l.t. S AUTOS -Wm pay top price
., .I.H Lorkney owner .IU Gr. Central-2-3176. store fully rented A cndlUoD all F.. formations for 1 to 10O clean car. Felix FORD-1936 40. pbetn. Black Bydramauc radio and beater
to. If aedjnv
Top pay good you rune forrash BUICK 1939 4-door
Wtan Standard-Motora. Blossom .od. -
Lockney Rd. off C.'ln BUNGALOW 0> LAKE FRONT- mo.ra Sacrifice Orange for $35.0.. T.rm. 63. Mortgage Loans cannot qualify please apply Trail and Orne. 21.o Conore.tr. 1941 CHEVROLET 2 door Sedan. Looks rune and drive good.

.- ,1 441 S oa 3 rx>m Have client for 3-bedroom. 2-bathhome BYrl Hot.! C1 F. Libby and Freeman 71WW Church S' FORD-1936. Very clean. Central Hurry I .. -*"*
with 30-dT
t acres. fruitfiooo ; front. Must be nice HIGHWAY beer. 4* WANTtu-will pay hlh. These car cold a rnsrantee. -
on .k. 1-2-RUlrant GROVE AND RANCH AUTO Jefferson and Gtr-
.U >12 home Quick posses wine gas paveddriveway LAS I. St.YOUNG .h for your car IDe Ida .Iotl We pay cash for used ears.
Realtor. staUon 20 rt Interest-Ill to No .
i i Garlt fo pr.neD' Wilbur 6-roora rr MEN 19 to 26 year of ass 142 N. Garland. 2-4347 422 N. Or- i cal CHEVROLET Coarertob!
N. Mt. 2-n4. _, stoa .ar. Strckl.nd. oWDe. .r.n& Pomp ."Ic.. Rex-McGill Rat. interested la lntal.Uon telephone ante 2-4814 0 1947 club coupe Radio, rums food.
: Church: phn. 6': or unfinished cabin Sp.. eblD 18 ne. Phone central toftice lilment Must be I| make. any iSTATONWAGN Cumbie J. C, McKELLAR INC. needs paint S day pedal at3
Wit I
Is a Uale p.rl
eood listing equi I
BUNGALOWS Single high or WAIAa3
11 ml NOrlando .raduat. AUO Cart 904 N. Orange:
BEDOB AOAniET sure gale!! We will furnish. the sales T. LOANS an types of property: lone valent. Good physical condition.Willing Mo. .ut.ta. WykygylMotors. 252.MOTORCCl9. ,
t ;! 1'nT0M product T. I. Box 115 Maitland' on I' l N. Mills: H.rl PLYMOUTH-1940 i door aedarX
effort If yoa supply the or short terms: low r.t. Immediate : to travel as required Related : 2-21' ; sins tans-
.t Beat tbe biah cost of Itrmay rl K Hastings. Realtor. 6254 E Central iURTU service Harlow O Fredrick 118 electrical. mechanicaL or com I| AUTOMOBILES-.Jeep* or trucks We In Spm One owner very 4I

lat year owe .bk..and f.. CAr..e.>: 427.CLN.ATOWN N. Orange Ave Phone 818. munlatla.xprr. .onld..d la.sublaht pay yoa more for your car thaaanybody 21 .Veera. Trailer Cr attw out -
priced right good New and In ha been .
t k. I cow Buucalow with I.r. .1. C.1 M. t.a It proven.let
t'"l. .acres.aa a. eoU. The modern the kind U public de- J. at Ban Juan me pro. yon Martin Used MLRCURY-tarly 1947 4-door _..
room to.lr aa furaUhed you 1st Betty ro Olp."rOd. mands. Jim M. with Ahr 8 to 5 Western Inc. Cars. 101 N. Main: 8409 Radio and heater 80"5 miles.LIke .
E.ao. Breke. low Interest ElK C.
eaa .. OD'"t 349 II Orlando Ave Winter Pul 618DO P.tr. R.ltr. 12 S. Main; WONE r.t. AVABAt.el I.td rell.nla. EXPERIENCED FURNITURE SAL CARS WANTED-A I.' .model 12'5. P. I
t. .111 today Orlando PAINT BUSINESS-Stock. nstlr MAN for floor I need SO to cars each Thurs MOTORCYCLE- Famous lightweight
a' Mm t. ... .here NOT and DEY-L1 property and lease Stol will over and prpre I Orlnd. opportunity for .lnl. to make day. Best prices are paid. Brine your .* 120 miles per ..II "YOUR PACKARD DEALER" TO SELECT FROMICeDL

,.. It e 1300000. Mr. Wind- Orn.. buyers waiUnc I. S50O A If told at once Reliable Wmtr Park W. Wash I permanent connection. Apply la person car Thursday to HoUy-Robsonc bump erasing springs (355-
demaad ow .
to tt
.i bam with 0 P. a._. Phoao MU D Bailey Realtor. X. Church- Paint and Glass Co. 102 W. ington. Fhone 8513. 2 t Thorpe Furniture Co.. 221 W. Motor Auction. 2120 S. Orange Blossom down balance 10 months. D Varner 343 N Orange Are. Phone 9147

Phone 4767. 3 Pine vc TraiL Ph 7349 for .rr Inc. 234 W. CentraL



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Ex-Mayor Way Cited Glass For All Purposes OWENS.
Samuel Yulle Way. twice Mayorof Knight resident adjuster. USFG: I'I'ILLL f
Orlando yesterday marked his Earl G. McLin Jr., State agent for Serving Florida Since 1908Dlstribotor IXSCLUX r

50th year with the United States USFG and William B. Cavanaugh. 75 W. Pine St. TeL Sill BLOCKS r!
Farm partner and manager U, S. Fidel J
Agent Fidelity and Guaranty Co. ity and Guaranty Co.
Members of his family friends ; l
and business
associates gathered
Employment of William I?. Moonshine
at his home on Lucerne Terraceto Charge I f
Hancock as field agent for the honor him on the anniversary.The S
Orange. Lake and Polk County}jI Nt h. pioneer citizen was presented Results in Probation I :1

Farm Bureaus was announced i with an engraved silver serving '. Leroy Hooker. Kissimmee.: after GETITNOW :
here yesterday by John Ford ex- I j tray and certificate by Will Love.' pleading guilty to possession of 28 t
jI associate: manager of USFG. and' gallons of moonshine whisky, yesterday ''
eeutive secretary of the Florida ,t
Martin C. Shatzer, district super-i in Federal Court was'
Farm Bureau Federation. I visor.In. placed on probation for three 1.j
Hancock, former assistant county a short presentation speech. :years by Judge William J. Barker. : We have a solid carload of Calco six inch and J
Love cited Way's "unequaled Because Hooker was a first offender I :
agricultural agent in Escambia four inch 16 gauge lock joint irrigation pipe in
record of faithful service" sentence was suspended.
County will\ make his headquarters the extended period of years. i both ten and twenty foot lengths. Hot dipped

in Orlando. t In a letter from Asbury Davis RENTAL TRAILERSYOU heavy galvanized, will stand lots of abuse. ODe
Ford said the new field agent president of the company, Way J
was being hired by the three was thanked for his "years of inch outlets for sprinklers. Will sell one pieceor .
county farm bureaus and would service and loyalty." "* a carload. At Standard List Prices. ft
devote a good part of his time Present at the gathering were HAUL
to citrus industry problems. his wife, two daughters. Margaretand i1 "" J IT
Hancock served as a Marine Helen. Dick Tucker 'supervisor | 1
Corps pilot in the Pacific during of registration for Orange PHONE I
W. P. 979
the war. Before that he attended County; Henry Balch, editorial di- ,I Hour, day or week; hitches furnished I i OCALA TRUCK & TRACTOR CO.
the University of Florida and rector. Orlando
DaUy '
taught vocational agriculture in J, Will Love associate Newspapers::; ; I i I FAIRBANKS TRAILER )
manager. I
Oroveland. .. USFG: Martin C. Shatzer, district SERVICE )1' OCALA, FLORIDA
Fairbanks Ave. and Clay St.
I supervisor USFG; William H.

Rentals ; .
Trailer .
Ebert's 1'-' -,'" _co ....--v- """'" ",,,,,,,"" ......m...,,'"'' ,,,,,.,, LF.l: :>"v -,

LUGGAGE & UTILITY S. Y. WAY, right i receives a silver serving tray 1 1I t' Fidelity and Guaranty Co. Martin C Shatzer,

HOURDAYWEEKCorner I and a certificate in his honor on his 50th anniversary district supervisor [left], and Will Love IN ORLANDO
Garland & Colonial Dr.TELEPnO'E associate manager [center], make the pre-
:' 9248AGRICULTURAL i as an agent for the United States sentation. WEDNESDAY A. M. SPECIALA

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: Poll Registration Deadline Draws Near 10 Store Hours: collection of


ENGINE 6 City Clerk Ed McDowell yesterday Saturday is also the last day I officials are elected by the voters
I { that candidates ; a few of a kind left of these fineRegularly quaUf7 u-..
reminded Orlando voters that may qualify with at large.
registration books for the white the white voters executive com- Orange County registrations for I } ? thru Now '
REPAIR SERVICE mittee. September
county State and
national elections
I voters election Oct. 7 would close I-17-pc. Chinese print
Already qualified to seek the I are entirely separate from place mat set. 14.50 $7.95
I Factory Trained Mechanics at the city hall Saturday. post to be vacated by City Com. J. city registrations he said. .
Cr _. iiinental PartsfCLORIpAPIPEJ J. Newell are Frank E. Wright I In order to register, a person I-8-pc. Pennsylvania Dutchplace
tp! Oper CENTURY OIL BURNERSAND I auto dealer; Glenn I. Holliday must be over 21 years of age a I mat set. C90 3.95
i former city plumbing inspector; 'resident of Orlando for at least 1
: and Henry M. Burch. real estate six months and a citizen of the 3-17-pc.set of Puerto handmade RIcan Balloon placemat
T& SUPPLY CO.V i broker. ,United States. Cloth. 14 SO 7.9519pc.
i Although the election is to determine
g S/ ORtAMDO.FtA. MAX T. RICHARDS place mat set of
" the Commissioner from
.I rsws+.+s at w. ao away n SINCE 192H9H : Ward 2, all Orlando voters may Three Local Men I blue crash. 6.43 3.25
in .
participate the election. McDowell
35 white buck kitchen towels
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said inasmuch as all city Attend
Shippers with the words glass or
embroideied on in blue or red..a.a'Z 35c ea.

5300 CASH PRIZES TO WINNING I FINALISTSIf I WE ARE ; Board Meeting 1 11Jnenslvey's
Fourth Floor
yon are Interested in entering this big Amateur Contest Rego W a I d i n g Equipment ...* I Three local
Repair men are expectedto
fill out entry' blank and mail' to Mr. Jack Fedrick Radio Acetylene and Electric: Arc Welding attend the 79th meeting of the Ij I

Station U DBO. Orlando. I Welding.Supplies Cutting Ga..** and Carbide Southeast Shippers Advisery j 3i
II I NATIONAL GASES Board which will be held in At- i
WELDING SUPPLIES lanta tomorrow. They are JohnA. .
ENTRY BLANK AMATEUR CONTEST 519 BrooLhave Dr. Ph. 2-1(35 O'Rourke, executive secretaryof

the Growers and Shippers WEDNESDAY A. M. SPECIAL
FALL STYLE PREVIEW EVENT-SEPT. 19 League of Florida; E. G. Kirtley, .
traffic manager for Cameron and I
Barkley Co. and Kenneth O. Win- WEDNESDAY A. M. SPECIAL
ELIMINATION 24" 36" All White
are entitled to jum. traffic manager for Dr. P. .
exact information .
about property we in Phillips
complete insurance protection
on the property you have Schedule Near End .
I IP l.mSYCAL-UST OP SELECTIONS described. That is exactly Wednesday of next week will be Regularly $459Wednesday
what. you get when you insure $3.88
hrougb us. the last on which the local post only !
office will be on a Summer half- .
ACCOMPANIST [NEEDED NOT NEEDED day basis. Postmaster James D. Kadar Beach Bags ____... 2.95 $1.00 Attractive bath rugs that are easy to launder. j

j Hill B O AG NY[ Beggs said yesterday.A I Closely woven backs. Self fringed ends. You"1l
NAUE AGE Frozen Food Bags __ 9.95 3,00 want one for yourself and a couple for future
1 gasoline hose nozzle which automatically I gifts.
GENERAL INSURANCE cuts off when an auto- Perfect Dress Forms 2.00 1.00
ADDRESS .ItlN.OtAKKAVt. NONE $189 mobile gasoline tank is full has Linens-Ivey'i fourth floor

1 -- been developed. Tress Roll Combs u__ 59c 29c

Assorted and ,.
panty stepin .
style girdles, broken \ i

; r size range ..:______._..____ 2.95 69C
R Giffy Name Tape Sets.l.00 59eNotionsIvey's
; ,
DODGE Chalk Stripe -r
i AJr-Conditioned Street Floor ,


DEPENDABILITY Regularly 98cWednesday <
6 9 d
only C Y .

In new fan colors of watermelon, gray, luggage

Two Groups of copen or acqua. ..guaranteed .

WHITE HANDBAGS 38 inches wide. At special savings to you
Wednesday morning only.

: Choose from underarm, top handle, and
Dress Fabrics-Ivey's Fourth Floor
: overshoulder styles in white, washable
handbags. Excellent value!

i .
i .r I First formerly at 2.96,
if f Now _group__-_...__._._priced__............:... $1.00 *

Second group formerly priced at e .

plus 20e Federal TaXHandbaisIvey's

I: l------_....- ___ -.r Air-Conditioned Street Floor /In the College Shop

......,,' l'S-
f -- !"T"'_ I One Group of I
1 -Tl r1 1
'O'J.'j:: I.:
.. ?or., ""
V "Ir
I 1 t .. .T.. ... > '.: I WEDNESDAY A. M. SPECIAL S
t .. .. Regularly $17.95
", .. ;, 1 to $29.75. Now $15.00

; .' t-j Small Boys'COTTON
-- Cottons rayons or butcher linens mad up ta60

!! Its style and beauty have won the Formerly $2.98 SWEATERS better dresses m junior sizes.

Wed. A.M. 98c One*Group of 1]

33 of these waffle weave cotton sweaters by COTTON or RAYON DRESSES ,
I of men and women everywhere. .It Lord Irff sizes 4 to 12.Small. ,

iI I Boys to'Regularly$14.95. Now$10.95_ $ 8 a 0 0 '

: gets cheers from the "experts" because of its SPORTS SHIRTS II One to 15.and two-piece styles In a broken ranee of Pea.

s Formerly $1.10 79c

to $1.69. Now One Group of

; basic engineering features. No other car like sorted Made sizes of 'durable and colors.washable fabrics in as- PLAIN. or,PRINTED DRESSES

Boys' Shops-Ive Third Floor Regularly $7.95

; it; never such smoothness and comfort before. Reduced to e $4.00

Made of cool cotton fabrics. In a broken range of
sizes, 9 to 15.

The lowest priced car with fluid-drive. I WEDNESDAY A. M. SPECIAL College Shop-Ivey's Third Floor

t d _
Boys Rayon and Cotton .


Formerly $7.25 $4 98 /'

and $7.95. Now a YOWELL

For school wear see these slacks In checked S DREW, c.a
or plain colors. Broken size range in 26 to 30

ORLANDO MOTORS INC. waist measurements.
PHONE 8151 I .

Boys' Shops-Ivers Third Floor

The Fashion
Kissimmee and Quality Store Since
Phone %6611
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