mUiJtfm. M'""' I'" "im WW vjwm i .1 y mi 1 ir in iy"MajrT"M'i"''l''"wwwW(iwllJlii'i''.''). fniimuuiimii mnmiuji mm iiuihim . UaujuXiB tKirrt lift HfiH '"w -imy-i -frntHftrti flaaiWMi-ft- i,;, a Orlando, Florida, Sunday, July 12, 1939 Seminole Uses Ads To Attract Industry ELBOW ROOM Giurch Plans Addition New Building Under Study By VIVIAN MCMILLAN Sentinel Staff NEW MYRNA BEACH - The First Christian Church of this city is getting ready to start is third expansion program in the fall under the direction of its pastor, the Rev. William Runnebaum. Rev. Runnebaum who begins his 10th year in New Smyrna Beach Aug. 15, has directed all three phases of the program since becoming pastor here. IN 1951 a campaign was conducted and the south wing was added to the church. In 1953 the north wing was added, with new pews and an organ installed. Recently, property which joins the north wing of the church and the local group will work closely with the Roard of Church Extension of Indianapolis, Ind. The board is a part of the Christian Church at large. Its purpose is the lending of money to buy property, build par sonages and new churches or remodel them. THE LOCAL church plans a campaign to build the new church on the present and newly acquired property. A committee will soon be appointed to receive suggestions and work with an architect on i plans. Classified Ada Page 5 For Home Delivery In Seminole Or Volusia Countlex ALTA MONTE SPRINGS Gerard Henson Hi. TE 1-4032 Orlando Evening Star Wilbur Jacobs Th. MI 4 0704 DAYTONA BEACH Frank Fuhrman P. 0. Box 952 Port Orange, Fla. DEBARY John W. Colley Ph. Sanford FA 2-1515 DELAND -ORANGE CITY Sentinel Star Office Ph. RE 4-1401 LAKE MARY G. R. Best Ph. FA 2-6607 LONGWOOD E. Paul Ph. TE 1-4386 Orlando Evening Star Wilbur Jacobs Ph. MI 4-0704 OVIEDO James E. Fulghum P. 0. Box 299 Oviedo, Fla. SANFORD Sentinel-Star Office Th. FA 2-3513 Dave Russi, Circ. Mgr. Th. FA 2-1599 Orlando Evening Star Marion E. 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LOCAL LABOR . . . dependable, im-. mediately available, capable and cooperauvt HOMISITtS AND HOMES ... detir- able location at prices ta fit all budgets' . j .' ., , 'Z'"' PIUS ' ' BARGE WATER TRANSPORTATION tn East Coast and Northern Shipping Po!ms LOCAL AND STATE GOVERMENT cooperation JOYS OF SMALL TOWN LIVING... fishing, boating, golf, friendly , neighbors, plenty of sunsnme. 40 MILES TO DAYTONA BEACH 30 MILES TO NEW SMYRNA BEACH FREE . . . Write for FACTS OF UfE IN j Sanford. ' Sis SANfORD Be our guest for a doy or two and tee for yourself Gotutti CHAMBER OF COMMERCE DEPT. 6, SANFORD, FLORIDA SEMINOLE AD . , , Gets results Chamber Renews Activities ORANGE CITY The chamber of commerce was reorganized Thursday night with 27 active members present and the next session is to be at 7:30 p.m. July 20 with an business ana professional 1 . i : J . J Arthur B. Hartung was named president of the ses - sion in Library Hall. Other ficers include J. W. Hart sock, vice president; Mrs. 'hilip Schuyler, secretary; larold L. Larsen, treasurer; and Bernie Leinfelder, E. H. hreadgill, Mrs. Mary Nathan, William Flynn and Philip Schuyler, directors. Board To Meet DELEON SPRINGS The executive board of the cham ber of commerce will meet at 8 p.m. Monday in the CofC office at Ponce De Leon Blvd. and the general membership may attend. lluj Response The current national advertising program of the Seminole County Chamber of Commerce brings many calls from interested industries. Here John Krider, chamber manager, answers phone at office desk. (Sentinel Photo) . Kadio, TV Schedule - I'atje S 10 Inquiries Received Each Week Ry KARL WICK STROM Sntlnel Staff SANFORD Co-operation and long-range planning have made Seminole County's pro gram to attract industry one of the most progressive in Florida. Backbone of the current plan is advertising. Under the direction of Chamber of Commerce Mgr. John Krider, ads are placed regularly in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Management Methods and periodically in specialized trade magazines with wide circulations. "ABOUT 10 inquiries come in each week as a result of our advertising program," Krider said, "Of these, we usually get one or two good contracts." The county chamber has been Instrumental in lo-j eating nine industries in Sem- inole county within the past two years. One of the largest is the recently completed Dynatronics Corp. on Hwy. 17-92, near the Big Tree. KRIDER is quick to point out that success of the pro gram is due to a joint effort on the part of many citizens. Among those spearheading efforts are Scott Burns, chairman of the Committee of 100; Brailey Odham and Gene Tucker, Krider said. - New industries in Seminole already produced a payroll of about $2.5 million and most of the plants are young and expanding. Chamhpr nffirials hone tn double the present advertising!0' Sanford's 1939 winning I campaign. TT If A C nut tUr, oniin ty on the rmi p. For the first time, we're thought of as a of-'distinct area with plenty to; 'offer." Krider said. "We've been amazed at the response to our ads," the chamber manager continued, "and this is only the second! year." Krider and a representative from the Committee of 100 ihave made about a dozen out- u,.Buc - muusuy iu otiiiiiuMc. "WHEN INDUSTRY comes to our area, every citizen gains," Krider said, "and our over-all standard of living and wage scale will spiral in ; proportion to industrial prog-ress." h 4) t 1 5 4 4 ' : I " i ''i Oldtimers To Shine In Game SANFORD Baseball stars of yesteryear will have another chance to shine Friday night in Sanford's gala Old-timers' Night activities. More than 3,000 fans are expected for the unusual program featuring two innings of play by veteran standouts, a regular league game between the Greyhounds and Orlando, presentations and surprise events. THE SEMINOLE County Chamber of Commerce is promoting the celebration. Many prizes are to be given, and entire families will be admitted for $1. Dale Alexander, manager learn, wm dc principal non- oree, although he'll be joined! ... - -uul for the Giants in the Tennes- see area. He is a former American champion. League batting ACTION will start at 7:30 p.m. One of the most colorful veterans slated is Buddy j&2 and a good part of Orange Lake, who was named thejCify, rnaintain the two de league's most valuable player in 1948. Lake pitched the only perfect game in Florida Stale League history. Not one batter even reached first base. Twenty-seven DeLand players were retired in order. LAKE ALSO was a leading hitter. He set a loop rec ord for most runs batted in when he sent 140 teammates home in 1946. Oldljmes' Night promises td be a date long-remembered by Sanford area fans. Council To Hold Milkigc Line DELAND The city will jhold the tax line at 19' mills, .according to information giv en the county to include in the budget. A decision on department budgets as far as amounts go is to be made later by city commissioners. Group To Meet NEW SMYRNA BEACH The retail merchants division of the chamber of commerce will meet at 12.15 p.m. to morrow at Leon's Restaurant for its monthly session. Monday Movir netANtv atmfns "Vr. ioo; T1 Dvl to Tulr I SANFORD- BITZ A Any Girl,; t ij, 17, S ?3: MOVitLAND . D9IVE-IN itrngr In My Armi Th W JYA PFAfM VICTORIA S 0" M; rtNf CwlFST Count Your (illnl. th Journey. fli Sanford's 1939 professional baseball team, the only pennant-winners the city has had, is shown in this team picture taken two decades ago. Some of the players are expected for Friday's Oldtimers Night when the Greyhounds play Orlando. Seminole County Chamber Elects Directors By Mail Wet Action Sought Developers Plan To Plug Drainpipe By SID PORTER get a quit claim deed from smiimi sttf past owners and put up a toll ORANGE CITY Man the gate on the highway, Green pumps or build yourself and quickly after this report- ark. Developers B. A. Leinfelder and A. H. Hufford say they are going to plug up an orphan drain pipe the State Road Dept. disclaims and see what happens to. bring things to a watery head. The SRD has an old drain! pipe on the lower part of their Dixson Acres subdivision property and the SRD has no right of way for the pipe, which drains U. S. 17- velopers. RICHEY GREEN, division engineer of the SRD, said he isn't sure it is SRD pipe and that anyhow, if you looked very hard, you would find the SRD doesn't even have title to the highway from Orange City to Sanford. j other owners, leinfelder add-This doesn't mean you can'ed. UT . Pl'.f.T XX "t Let's B: A. Lejnfelder, developer with A. H. Hufford ef Dixson Acres subdivision in the heart of Oran;p City, is pictured with drain pipe he says has no right on lower I - , ll-UICi ML Sanford Wins PcnnmU1939 er suggested somebody might get such an idea. HE SAID the SRD gets title anyway after a few years use. Is this true with property on which a drain pipe goes? Green said he didn't know and that the whole matter is! up to the SRD legal depart-j mcnt at Tallahassee. Leinfelder said what they! i want (so they can use the bottom land and sell some of the higher land quicker) is for the SRD to move its pipe over a few feet to a road where the SRD would be given right of way. Also, the pipe could end up in low land that would be donated by See What Happens Among those scheduled are Rick Gillespie (kneeling second from left), and Dale Alexander (lower right). Gillespie is a former coach at Melbourne and Alexander is a scout for the San Francisco Giants in the Tennessee region. 1 Hevo John Kennedy, 12, is a big hero in New Smyrna Reach Little lifague play this sea-lhotham, Karlyle Housholder, son. Kennedy socked a two-iJ- c- Hutchison, John D. run home run last week to ,ver'- John Kadcr- HaroH , . , 1U ,, Kastner, A. W. Ue, Clifford give his team, the Elks, .tS:McKlbbjn oward Mc. first victory in (Sentinel Photo) 10 games. Sunday Movie CELAND: ATHfNS Ortn Mr. liont, Tn Oavi to Hulm SANFORD: RIT Ask An Girl 1 15. 1:1 li XXWZ DRIVE I Miinomgn NEW SMYRNA REACH- VICTORIA Sy On (or Mt: PINECBEST C"unt Your BltvnQi Th Journmy. ffi i rwiii. i ni mint .- part of their property and which he will plug and. let water back up where it may to bring matters to a head. iSentinel Photo) . fArK District Dclcaalcs Chosen SANFORD - Forty per-sons have been named directors of the Seminole County Chamber of Commerce for the year beginning Oct. 1 Those elected In balloting by mail were; Districts. 1, 2 and 5 Die Aiken, Don Bales, R. J. Bau man, John L. Brumley, W. Scott Burns, Randall Chase, Andrew Carrawav. Mack Cleveland Jr., Ralph Cowan, Robert Crumley, Richard Deas. John Fitzpatrick, Gordon Frederick and David Gatchel. ALSO, WALTER GIKLOW, E. C. Harper Jr.. Earl Higgin- Nulty. Brailey Odham, W. A. Patrick, B. L. Perkins Jr., F. E. Roumillat Jr., Douglas Stenstrom, George Touhy and T. E. Tucker. Dist 3 Wilson Alexander, p- B- Crumlev. Frank Evans and R. T. Milwee. DIST. 4 - C. R. Clonts, George Means. Earl Vaughaa and Frank Wheeler JrJ These directors will elect officers for the coming year at a special meeting immediately after the regular quarterly meeting July 21, Bits of News From Today's Classified Ads Seminole-Volusia SMALL DOWN PAYMENT molii you tht ener of this nic 2 bedroom hous trailer. AFTER YOUR VACATION and theirs, hovt your homt mad like new with new draperies, slipcovers, etc. BOARD YOUR ANIMALS In this quiet home-likt atmosphere while you ore ert vocation! THESE HOMES ore priced to sell! Visit the mode! homes orvi sr?e for yourself. i NEW 1 anfj 3 bedroom homes for sole Docking facilities just one mile. Low down pavmeots, smoll monthly payments.