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Tallahassee Democrat from Tallahassee, Florida • Page 8

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-Sunday Morning, July 7. 1948 SUNDAY NEWS-DEMOCRAT, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA JAYCEE8 TO MEET WALL STREET NEW YORK, July (API While special stocks mad a fair amount of bead- I VFW TO MEET Commander Hamilton Oven said yesterday the next regular; meeting of the VFW will be held at 7:30 Tuesday. ROA Members Drive Underway RADIATOR MIRACLE! The Junior Chamber of Commerce will meet at 1 tomorrow at the Cherokee hotel. An open discussion on topics of Jay-cee interest will highlight the Georgia Tightens Florida Travel Ban ATLANTA. July 6.

The Georgia health department moved today to halt what It said was a practice of vacationers going to Florida under the guise of business to get around the polio quarantine. Dr Bowdoin, director of the division of preventable diseases for Georgia, Issued this statement: "Effective July 8. all persons en- way during the past week, the market, as a whoie. did little or nothing and dealings dwindled to the lowest level in almost a year. Throughout the four sessions, brokers said, speculative and investment apathy was based on the question of price controls, consumer opposition to ruing costs and the idea that hopeful business prospects may have been discounted to a certain extent by the climb of the averages Grand Jury Requests Varson to Testify BKOOKSVIIUE.

July 6. WV-the Special Hernando County Grand Jury Investigating the death of A (Ous Aricic today requested the return of Attorney Qeneral Tom Watson when It resumes hearing testimony Tuesday. -Watson conducted the questioning of witnesses Priday, but then left Brooks ville late that day, stating that illness forced him to We now have a reverse radiator flusher. It flushes from the bottom and really works. tering Florida and returning to; Georgia for other than necessary; business will be subject to quar- antine for two weeks from the time of their return.

This quarantine; will Include all members of the family." during May and June to new 15-eari peaks. I Veto of the OPA bill spurred the list on a early upswing Munday with withdraw. He asked the grand jury then to postpone further hearing of testimony until he could return, but the request was denied. The site of the Vatican was once occupied by the Gardens of Nero. Willis Returns To Law Office Ben Willis, who served in the rank of captain with Eighth army headquarters and army war crimes commission overseas, has returned to the practice of law with the firm of Messer I Willis Willis entered the army in December, 1942.

A graduate of the University of Florida, he was a partner in the firm of Messer and Willis prior to entering the service of his country. He holds the American defense ribbon, the occupation of Japan ribbon, and the Victory medal. While id Japan, he served at Kobe, Nagoya and Yokohama. At Yokohama, he was a member of the judge advocate section, Eighth army, and served as an COMPLETE JOB FS1XG -COMPOUND. RUST PREVENTATIVE AND ALL, ONLY $4.75 JUST STEP TO THE PHONE heavy buying centering on steeis.

motors, rubbers, coppers and a wide assortment of industrials that miRht stand to benctu oy the demise of the price-making body and the reestablishment of a "free market The was relatively shortlived, however, and quirk profit cashing cut down most early gainers of 1 to more than 4 points and put many issues in the losing column at the close. Selling was attributed to the thought that congress might enact some sort of a measure mat would take the place of the OPA bill and get the approval of the White The day's volume of 1 360.000 shares, most of which appeared the forenoon, was the largest since last Ma 1 GUARANTEED Every Car Gets Tires. Water A Oil Checked Windshield Cleaned and Car Swept. Millwork Shop Man If you have had experience in the production of General Millwork and want a job Apply to Parker Millwork Variety Works PKINCE MURAT HILLS Year-Old Boy assistant staff judge advocate. Hei was a member of the legal staff! Started Poqrom which reviewed records of trials on war crimes cases.

He also assisted in the trial of four Japs who had been charged with assaults on American military personnel. He is married to the former Helen Ausley of this city. They have one child. IT'S EASY TO KEEP THAT OIL TANK FULL IF YOU CALL US EARLY IN THE DAY EARLY IN THE WEEK GULF FUEL OILS KEROSENE "Known as the Best and the best known" FRED WINTERLE GULF DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 479 or 1418 Airport Road, 2nd Road to Left Past Overhead Out City Limits GULFOM Service Station ADAMS A PENSACOLA PHONE 198S Fred Wtnterle A Joe Gould Owners "FOLLOW THE ARROW" Alford Asks Reserve Officers to Join Tallahassee Reserve Officers association yesterday started a drive to increase membership in the local organization. Julian Alford.

membership committee chairman, speaking for the local chapter of the ROA. pointed out that a large share of credit for victory in World War II "is rightfully given to the large reserve officer group who patriotically and courageously volunteered their services in defense of their country." "And we, too, as reserve officers. he continued, "should be keenly aware of the present great need for the continuance pf a sizeable, trained and organized group of officers to supplement those of the regular army in time of emergency." He stressed that through a strongly represented and well organized Reserve Officers association "we can be assured of adequate legislation to provide facilities for refresher courses, oqual standards with officers of other components of our armed services, as well as a reasonable pro-, vision for retirement pay in line with that granted to officers of the regular components." "There are many officers in the Tallahassee area," Alford continued, "who have accepted commissions in the reserve upon their release from active military service. Each of these should seriously consider immediate affiliation with the Tallahassee Reserve Officer association. The annual dues are only five dollars and the advantages offered are many times over this amount." Application for membership and information relative to the Reserve Officer association may be secured from any of the following reserve officers: Lenhoff Marshall, Lewis State Bank; Tom Humphress, Capital City National Bank; Ernest Korst, State Comp-; trailer's office: Ben Perioff.

State Department of Education: Judge James Gwynn, County Court House; and Julian Alford, Alford Cafes Aiding Hospital Fund WARSAW. July 6. An eight-year-old boy, who said "someone told him to start a story that Jews had held him for several days in a cellar, was blamed by investigators today for touching off Poland's bloodiest post-war pogrom, which killed at least 38 and injured 50 others in the city of Kielce. A special commission of inquiry said the boy. Heinrik Blasezyck.

told the story to militiamen, add The Baptist Memorial hospital fund realized $183 from the gross receipts for meals and drinks sold by the Big Pour cafe on Adams street Priday, Rev Jelks. fi- ing that his life had been threat ened and that he had seen at least nancial agent said Saturday, a dozen bodies of Christian chil- i wner Theo Thermis gave the riren in hk i ross receipts to the hospital and 4 NEW HOMES Two Bedrooms, Tile Bath, Oak Floors in Living Room and Dining Room. Ready for immediate occupancy on Branch St. in Sunny land. For Veterans Only.

Sale Price $5,300. he is the first of several local cafe The angered militiamen were UIb Cater to (remits to iranus Villi it said to have gone to Jewish homes owners who plan to devote one to investigate. Violence then de-; days receipts to the drive to raise veloped and crowds began forming S00- in the streets. Nine women and 7116 5 and 10 Lunch will be the one security policeman were I one that wiU contribute gross re-among those slain in rioting which I ceiPte t0 the drive Monday, Rev included mob raids on Jewish Jelks sald Iast mht-shops, homes and apartments. Money received Friday brought Most of the casualties were Jews.

t0 218.369 total cash and pledges FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL Callahan Construction Inc. Child Clinic on tne drive which is planned for three years. Rev Jelks said he has cash contributions totaling $123,663.75 and short term pledges of $94,705.25. The 36 months drive is in its 15th month at present. PHONE 1008-R Continued from Page One nurses and welfare workers, and local physicians.

f- Members of the American Legion Auxiliary are making ail ar- Brothers building. FIRST by far with a post-war car! It's wise to be a crank about your car repairs. It's smart and economical, too, to have it serviced by experienced mechanics, who have modern tools and machines, whether for minor repairs or major overhauls. Our service is prompt thorough and reasonable in cost. Drive in today for a free estimate.

Bohannon Case They will also serve lunch to the i children and parents attending, Mrs Genevieve Green is chairman of the. house committee which will be in charge. The Florida Highway Patrol will assist in furnishing transport a-' tion to those who have no way of attending the clinic. Information i may be obtained by contacting Claude Andrews, child welfare a 1 if. xwi ML Continued from page one i cused of bootlegging Leon coun-ty.

I Judge Gwynn nolle pressed all i eight charges. chairman of the Legion, and Mrs BRANDON-JETT SALES olnorgbe'le SERVICE a 3 Those named as persons from whom Bohannon purchased liquor between April 29 and May 9, are Joe Walthall, Wood berry, Morgan, Sessions and Rodney Beal. The grand jury exonerated the beverage department and its agents from Bohanncn's PHONE 239 MOVROE AT VIRGINIA i Roy Shuford. child welfare chair- man of the Auxiliary. Mrs Terry, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, ask-1 ed that any member of the Auxiliary who would assist with the clinic, to do so.

She also stated that any member of the Legion or any interested individual who desired to come to the clinic would be welcomed. Free for Asthma During Summer If you suffer with those terrible attacks, of A'thma when it hot and sultry: if heat, dust and general mugfrineM make you wheeze and choke as if each (taso for breath the very last: if retfu! 'leep in impossible because of the to breathe: if you feel the disease is slowly wearing your life away, don't fail to -send at once to the Froniter Asthma Co. fur a free trial of a remarkable method. Mo matter where you live or whether you have any faith in any remedy under the Sun. send for this Ivt trial.

If you rave suffered for lifetime and trictf everything you could learn of without relief: even if you are utterly disrourl aed, do not abandon hope but send tuday for this free triai. It will eot yoj nothing. Addresa We Plan to Stay! FIRST FIRST Frontier Aithma 99i Frontier Bidg 162 Niagara Buffalo, N. IN GENUINE POSTWAR STYLING IN RESTFUL RIDING COMFORT When Southern Electric Company, your G-E dealer, came to Tallahassee seven years ago, we came with every intention of staying and growing with the community. Business growth is based upon sound reputation and upon good will which is defined as "The disposition of a pleased customer to return to the place where he has been fairly treated." We have operated on a reasonable and just profit basis, knowing that we could not stay in business without profit.

We have offered our merchandise to you at the lowest possible prices. We have not attempted any get-rich-quick schemes, realizing that a good business reputation is not built on that policy. We will continue to offer to you the best merchandise obtainable at the lowest possible prices. This we will do as a business member of this community, and this we will do also as a dealer in General Electric products and other high grade merchandise. We subscribe to the General Electric motto: "More and better goods for more people at the lowest prices possible." We have many electrical items in stock now.

If we do not have what you desire, come in and we will tell you frankly our prospects for obtaining it. FIRST IN PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMY IT'S AMERICA'S FIRST Completely new post-war car. A brilliant new 1947 Studebaker that's teeming with post-war innovations! Exquisite, new appointments. Eye-filling new aerodynamic styling. Amazing new riding comfort and handling Thrilling new performance.

Come in and See This Newest Motor Car Tuesday bEAM-PATTEK Drive in today and let us replace that broken glass in your car. Well Expect Ton Today TALLAHASSEE Glass Paint Company Pittsburgh Products Phone 930 1215 N. Monroe SOUTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY MoT US Dealer Your 123 North Monroe Street Phone 370 1514 SO. MONROE ST. PHONE 2705.

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