The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida on April 11, 1953 · 13
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Spring Series For Stocks Opens Tonight The Spring and Summer series of races open at Speedway Park tonight and the drivers will be competing for another chance to qualify for the championship of the month races again in the 20-lap feature. The first of the three heat races will start at 8:30 o'clock on the quarter-mile track. . Tonight the first three finishers In the feature race of the modified stocks will qualify for a berth in the month end race for a trophy on April 26. Since there will be only three features during the month, drivers who finish fourth and fifth may get a chance to run in the trophy race. At least 10 cars and possibly 12 will be lined up for the championship. Track Is Fast Dry weather during the last few weeks is putting the track in top shape for some fast runs and close finishes. The surface has dried hard and the stocks are missing some of the "bite." During the preliminaries last week John Batton won a semifinal in 3:35.47 and Pancho Alvarez took a heat in 3:35.46, less than a bat of an eye difference in time. The boys were getting around quick, although there were a lot of i pileups on the turns. During the feature race, the wrecks came so fast only nine out of 20 cars caught the checkered flag. The rest of them were scattered in the infield, most of them wrecked. ' Jim Clark of St. Petersburg, is entering a new car for tonight's race. It is the No. 29, a coach with a V-8 motor. It was scheduled to run last week, but Clark had some trouble with the timing. A new driver will be at the wheel of the new No. 68. Bruce Shalcraft, home on furlough from tfie Army, drove it last week but he is back at camp and Larry Hall will handle the car. Marines Shut Out Spartans For 2nd Time The Parris Island Marines handed the University of Tampa Spartans their second shutout at MacDill AFB baseball field last . night, posting a 7-0 victory in their second game of a two-game series with the Tampa club. Tampa lost to the visiting team, 2-0, Thursday night. Leon Chester, Marines hurler, allowed only two hits as he hurled shutout ball against the Spartans. He struck out eight batters and walked three during the seven-inning game. Two-baggers by Chester arid L. Karlman and a triple by Shultz, provided the margin of victory. Karlmart accounted for two runs.i Shultz two and Serdyan. two. i The Islanders tackle the MacDill AFB nine on the base diamond tonight at 8 o'clock. Tampa meet's Miami next Wednesday at Cus- raden Park. Faris Island ab Purhalior ss 3 Wild ss Serdyan 3b Shultz 2b Karhman e Alare tto c Selchrclc If Fdwards If Collomv cf Irtzik rf Si hnelkfr lb 3 Chester p 3 r h Tampa ' ab r h 1 2 Pancoast 2b 3 0 1 0 0 Garcia 2 0 0 1 2 Xiques 3b 2 0 0 1 2 Hiers cf 3 0 1 0 1 Marto'skt lb 3 0 0 O 0 Nuzenoff If 3 0 0 O 0 Scionti rf 10 0 0 0 Cazin rf 2 0 0 0 0 Stevens e 10 0 1 1 Steinberg D 2 0 0 1 0 McCloud p 0 0 0 2 2 Totals 30 1 10 Totals 24 0 2 PARRIS ISLAND . .. 230 002 07 TAMPA . . . . 000 000 0 0 E: Tampa, I. RBI: Karhman 2. Schultz 5 Serdyan 2. 2B: Chester. Karhman. 3B: Schultz. SB: Burkalter . 2, Karhman. Idzik. Srhnelker. Left: Parris Island. 8: Tampa, 6. BB: off Stevens. 1. Hits: off Steinburg, 10 in 6 innings. U: Werne and King. T: 1:55 Mulberry Edges Pinecrest Baseball Team By 8-7 Score PINECREST, April 10. (Special) The Mulberry Panthers scored two runs in the seventh inning here today to defeat the Pine-crest Pilots, 8 to 7, in a non-conference baseball game. Asa Keene and Marion Black-well led the- winners while Frank Carter was the losers hitting star. Keene had three for three, Black well and Carter each had home runs. The Pilots play Jefferson in Tampa Monday and return home to play St. Paul's of St. Petersburg Tuesday. Score br Innings: R H E MULBERRY . . 222 000 28 10 3 Pinecrest ... Obi 000 0 7 4 3 Lane. Simons (2) and MrGilvary; Var-num. Hall 16) and Jameson. Davey To Fight CINCINNATI. April 10. im Welterweight Chuck Davey will meet an unnamed opponent in a nationally televised benefit boxing match at the Cincinnati Garden on June 10, Promoter Macky Rosenbaum announced today. ia. ia ft; u air (3tr WHAT IS IT? This denizen of the deep was brought to The. Tribune sports dept., yesterday by Mrs. Mickey Schumacher of the German-American Club, 6111 N. Rome Ave. It was caught on a fishing trip in the Gulf by a fisherman aboard the party boat Mrs. Schumacher was on. He started to throw it back when she asked for it and brought it to the editor for identification. After many hours of research the nearest we can get to. a name is to call it a Sar-gassumfish. At least that's the resemblance to a picture in the fishing books. If you can identify it, please let us know. (Tribune Photo). ax 9 ?irJSV BOBBY HOOK., lyinV y- HICKS ferr Here we go again on trying to identify a strange fish. This one is worse than any other the fishing editor has tackled and will probably get his ears pinned back again for calling it something other than its true identification. This fish was caught on a trip in the Gulf of Mexico on which Mrs. Mickey Schumacher of the German-American Club, 6111 N. Rome Ave., participated. The party who caught it was going to throw it away when Mrs. Schu macher said she wanted it. That's how the editor got hold of it. The fish is about five inches in length, has two hands, two feet, three tails, has tiny pinpoint eyes and is maroon in color. It is splotched like a redfish with a big black dot on the upper fin and one on the side of its body. The fish has no gills. The ball-looking roundness of its underbody was caused by water. (Look at the photo). The fish was still breathing: when it was brought to The Tribune sports department Thursday night. Bob Hudson, John Cash, Bill Kirby, Bob Smith and the sports editor, Byron Hollings-worfh tried for two hours to find its identification in the fishing manuals of the fishing editor. The fish was left on the editor's desk and a sweet smell greeted him on his arrival yesterday. The Sargassumfish was still alive when it was brought to The Tribune but when it left the premises it was in an entirely different state. The Sargassumfish also called a Mousefish is approximately five inches in length although it sometimes gets as big as 12 inches. This fish is a cousin to the An-gelfish and lives among floating beds of seaweed in tropical waters. Its food value is nil. We decided to get a little technical on the subject and ventured forth into Webster's New International Dictionary, Second Edition and dug up the following information. As we have stated above this information may be all-wet as far as the true identification is concerned. Here is the poop on this fish from Mr. Webster: "It is fantastically formed and colored. It ' is a tropical pedicolate fish of the genus Ilistro, (syn. Ptero-phryne) which float about the open ocean on masses of sar-gassum. The common species of the Atlantic Ocean area are supposed to construct globular nests out of the seaweed and float everywhere the seaweed floats. A second species is found in the West Indies and a third one around Bermuda. Specio are also found in the East Indies and Pacific Ocean." Now you have it as far as we can help with the identification. We are pretty sure that it " isn't a trout or a snook or even a mackerel. That's as far as we will go. One of the highlights of the Florida Outdoor Writers' Association's meeting at Mount Dora this weekend will be a special address by Lamar Johnson, chief engineer of the Central and South Florida Flood Control District. He will Hook, Lyin' and Sinker welcomes all fishing information and will run all news and pictures possible without charge. This column is for the public. Only requirement is accurate information and clear pictures. There is absolutely no charge for anything appearing in this column. hmi Off the tee and Mp'c If on ih green I they're my &f choice. &5J Doug Ford PROFESSIONAL GOLF STAR Mtif, MarGraiaf Adviiary Staff Ctt thm at your pro shop in th rw wtfttheMight thrcesma tub DEER LAKE CATCH Ted Hoffman, boatmaster for Long Island Railroad, New York City, holds a seven pound black bass he caught on a plug while fishing in Deer Lake out of G. H. Hart-man's Camp near Winter Haven. The New Yorker is looking forward to retirement and moving to Florida. address' the group at 3 P. M. today at the Lakeside Inn here. Afterwards there . will be a tackle show in the Lakeside Sun Parlor followed by a skish tournament at the pool. Richard Edge r ton, manager of the Lakeside, has announced that a prize of a sterling silver platter will be awarded in the skish tournament. Saturday evening the Chamber of Commerce is entertaining the group with a reception and buffet supper to be held at the Lakeside. From 9 to 11 P. M. a square dance will be held. . Other features of the two-day meeting will be a board of directors meeting, a clinic conducted by Rube Allyn, and committee meetings. Attending this meeting will be representatives of radio and television stations and newspapers and magazine writers in the , sports field. They will come from Tallahassee to Jacksonville and as far south as the Keys. Bob Dahne, Vero Beach, president, predicts an excellent attendance due to the central location of the meeting place. Tides for today at Tampa Ra.T Rase: Hinh: ri:-!5 P. M. Low; fi:l; A. M. and fi::!6 P. M. Tide for Gandy Bridse: Hih: rj:3 P. M. l ow: :! A. M. and C: 11 P. M. Tides for Hillsborough Bay: lfih: Ii:li P. M. Low: S:St A. M. and fi:r,l P. M. Tides for Bayvirn-. Old Tampa Bay. one hour ?A minutes later. Tides for Omni, two nous, 1,1 minutes later. Tides for Johns Pass. Blind Pass. Clearwater, Pass-a Grille, approximately two hours earlier. Tides for Shell Point, approximately 30 minutes earlier. Tides for Rradenlon. Manatee River area. 4. minutes earlier. Tides for Anna Maria. Fcmont Key area, two hours. minutes earlier. Jay cees 10 Hold Annual Golf Meet , The annual Tampa Junior Chamber of Commercje Golf Tournament will start Sunday morning at Temple Terrace with the second round slated for Palma Ceia, Sunday, April 19. Chester Crum and Bill Boyd, tournament cochairmeh, announced yesterday the list of entries and their starting times. - Each contestant is urged to be on the first tee ready to go at the time he is given. The starting times are as follows: 8:30 Robert Carlton, Mike ViRiI. Reegie Fernandez. Tom Vena, C. J. Hardee, Jr. 8:45 Charles McCoy. Bobby Jones, Dave Howard. George Adams. 9 Richard Brothers. Bod Lussier, Chuck Devoe. A. O. McKeown. 9.07 Ralph Rousseau. Fred Fernandez, Larry Guerra. Mike Rubio. 9:15 Charles Fendig, Mvron Gibbons. Charles Garrison, Pete Clements. 9:22 Jim Foster, Al Morgan, E. V. Loyd. Craig Massey. 9:30 Phil Brinen. Joe Wolf, Leo Weiss, Joe Hirsch. 9:37 Rex Farrior, Jr., Jack Twomey, BUI Ebsary. 9:4 Joe Mandese. Jack Baldwin, Wood-row Winkler, Herb Losse. 9:52 Jack Harcraves. Kenneth Wads-worth, Olin Richards, Charlie Brown. 10: Pete Santander, Ulysses Valles. 10:07 Mario Perez. Fritz Felcntzer, Mike Muzio, Armando Fernariez. 10:15 Jack Powell. Bob Baker, Cappello, Ray Bnnson. 10.22 Gordon Mosteller. Bob Hill, Haie. Murray Pascual. 10:30 Duff Alfonso. Peter Taylor, Giobons. BUI Watson. Jefferson Nine Trips Lakeland, 7-4 LAKELAND, April 10. (Special) Effective relief pitching by-Ward Wilson and timely hitting of Jerry Sanchez gave the Jetferson Dragons a 7-4 decision over Lakeland's Dreadnaughts at Henley Field today. Wilson relieved Leo Faedo with the bases full and only one out in the fourth. The first batter hit safely tying the score but after that Wilson pitched airtight ball. r h Lakeland Sally w. P. Perry Jefferson Almeida ss Latteri lb Prlede 2b Rio c Sanchez cf Martinez If Diaz 3b Larocca rf Faedo p Wilson p ab 4 4 2 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 Pate 3b Davis If Conrad ss Henry cf Monk rf Watson p Meeks lb Akins 2b Harvey c Jordan c ab 2 2 3 4 2 4 2 4 0 1 They'll Do It Every Time In' - T J By Jimmy Hatlo VrrnTEPRUKELLA IS SO JTW f j jjtSM VVWENJ LfTTLE JUNIOR PUP S M APE TO ORDER-- j YOU GUESSEP TJJ 1 H -vI and sjze four )FSr- 1 . ' BUSINESS FACTORY OWNERS AND WORKERS JOIN IX NATIONAL CIGAR SHOW The Tampa cigar industry for the sixth consecutive year will preJ sent one of the nation's foremost illustrations of labor-management cooperation. The Cigar Manufacturers Association and the Cigar Makers International Union of America, AFL, will take a model Tampa cigar Azpeita Sack factory to the annual Union Indus tries Exposition market pays attention to other things than to profit outlook, or even dividend prospects, as it is generally supposed to. The peace talks are potent in the market because psychology plays a larger part in changing stock prices than is generally realized. Confidence, or lack of it that is, general public sentiment often speaks louder than profit and loss statements in charting the course of the market. Just how good a barometer is the stock market? Tampa Lightning Fleet To Hold Skipperette Race Tampa's Lightning Fleet, No. 168, will hold a skipperette race at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon off Davis Islands. Compeition is expected to be very keen among the lady sailors. Most of the regular skippers will sail as crews on the various boats entered. The fleet will include the following skippers: Gloria Houston, sailing the Whim; Carol Huber, Frolic; Billie Henry. Skitball; Lulu Richards, Zombie; Marilyn Harra, Playmate. - Prizes will be awarded the winners at a later date. Totals 30 7 11 Totals 24 4 6 JEFFERSON 200 023 0 7 LAKELAND 010 101 1 4 Errors. Almeida. Monk. Pate. Meeks, Latteri. Runs batted in: Sanchez 3, Davis. Alenu-ida. Conrad. Two base hits: Rio. Monk 2. Conrad. Three base hit: Sanchez. Stolen bases: Meeks 2. Conrad, Monk. Double plays: Larocca, Latteri and j Rio. Faedo. Latteri and Rio, Watson to Meeks: Almeida ana Latteri. Leu on oases: Jefferson 6, Lakeland 10. Base on balls: Off Watson 4. Faedo 8. Wilson 2. Struck out: By Faedo 2. Watson 1. Wilson 6. Hits olf: Faedo 1 in 3Vj innintss, Wilson 5 in 32a innines Hit by pitcher: By Faedo (Davisi. Wild pilches: Faedo. Watson. Balk: Faedo. Watson. Passed balls: Rio, Harvey. Winning pitcher: Wilson. Umpires: Fenton and Granell. Gulf Stream Park KKSIXTS FIRST RACE 6 furlongs: Franc-Tireur (Fernandez! 12.10 5.50 4.40 Madam Cross R. Baldwin) b.30 4.20 Motorist (L. Batcheller 4.50 Time: 1:1135. Gold Leaf, Intercept, Howard Dear, Appleton 2nd, Great Whirl, Uncle's Gift. Dalpark, Rosy Greek and Mr. Joe Puck also ran. SECOND RACE 7 furlongs: Let's Think (A.E. Blachel 46.60 19 f0 12.10 Lea Ronrii (B. Fisk I 4.40 4.20 Keep Step R. Dever) 7.70 Time: 1:26 25. Wiset.ta. Blue Heir, Wecan Win. Swatch, Siakepoint. Soakin Wet also ran. DAILY UOURLF: Frane-Tireur and Let' Think paid tX.l. THIRD RACE 4 'i furlongs: Arthur S (S. Dimauroi 7.70 4 ftO 4 20 Pielettawav (P. J. Bailcyl 6.20 9.00 Royalee (T. Barrow I 22.00 Time: :53 35. Wise Billing, Grand Risk, Hoop Wise, Bergeruk. Easter Prince, Gay Spot. Dous's Champ, Miss Hammonton and Stepping Merry also ran. FOURTH RACE 1 116 miles: Night Town K. Stuart) 6.40 3. SO 3.30 Why Sure L. Batchellcr) 9.90 5.70 Helicon F Fernandez! 4.80 Time: 1:46. Cruel Sea, Bouncine Boy. Breadwinner. Clink, Red Cap and War Bullet also ran. FIFTH RACE S'i furlongs: Special Nurse (M. Wilder 6.90 4 30 3.40 Circus Clown L. Williams) 4.10 3.20 Hadn't Orter (E. C. RodriEUez 5.80 Time: 1:04 25. Libertine. Lucky Mah The AP price index of 60 key The event, to be held this year i a,nd. P1 stocks rose 17 per cent uuimt; jdui me Lumuiiieu earnings of the 60 co'mpanies dropped 1 per cent in 1952 below the profits of the same corporations in 1951. And all through the year this earnings drop was generally expected. In fact, many thought the profit decline might be greater. Yet prices of the 60 stocks rose in spite of it, and in spite of considerable fear that the boom might have just about run its course. in Minneapolis, Minn., April 16-25, last year drew more than 2,000,000 persons at Boston, Mass. Under the direction of Francis Sck, executive director of the Cigar Manufacturers Association, the Tampa exhibit will be accompanied by leaders of the international union. The president of the interna tional, Mario Azpeita, of Washing- i ton, D. C, will be joined in Minne-j apolis by Mauricio Torre, of Tampa, an international vice president. . The exhibit, one of some 300 to be at the exposition, will feature Tampa cigar makers in a model factory as they hand-roll cigars. After wrapping and boxing the cigars, the cigar workers then will reopen the boxes and distribute the Tampa products in the crowd. Boosting another Florida product, two uniformed girls will dispense orange concentrate in a Minneapolis Wins ' Fourth NBA Crown , NEW YORK, April 10 LW The Minneapolis Lakers two-platooned New York for a 20-point lead, then held off a frantic Knickerbocker rally for a 91-84 victory tonight to win their fourth National Basketball Association championship in the past five years. TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE Saturday, April 11. 1953 . IS Goral Gables Takes Big Ten Tennis Lead ORLANDO. April 10 i.fi Coral Gables took the lead in the opening day of the Big Ten Conference tennis tournament today, as expected. Coral Gables scored 14 points. Tampa Plant and Fort Lauderdale were second with nine each. . St. Petersburg had five, Orlandc Boone one and Orlando Edgewater 0. They were the only schools entered. , One point is given for each victory in singles or doubles, including byes given best players. David Harum. national junior indoor champion from Coral Gables, moved into semifinals with ease. He had a first round bye and beat Jack Hamlin, Boone, 6-0, 6-0, and Maril Jacobs, Plant, 6-1, 6-2. ' Allen Quay, second seeded from Plant, had to come from behind twice to reach semifinals. He also had a bye, then beat Pat Reaver, St. Petersburg, 8-6, 6-4, and Gordon. McCully, Fort Lauderdale, 8-6, 6-3. In each match Quay was behind in the opening set but rallied to win. Jeff Arnold, .third seeded from Coral Gables and national Canadian junior champion, also advanced into the semifinaj round. Ed White, Coral Gables, upset fourth-seeded Preston Durrill, Fort Lauderdale, 6-1, 7-5. In semifinals Saturday morning. Quay meets Arnold and Harum meets White. Winners meet in the afternoon. Pirates Stretch Win Streak To Nine Games ; Top Gobblers, 3 To 2 DADE CITY. April 10 (Special) The Pasco High Pirates won their ninth straight baseball game of the season here tonight, nipping the Turkey Creek Gobblers, 3 to 2. in a Tampa Bay Conference game. Richard Hickman and Tommy Weightman had doubles and Pitcher Arnold Godwin a triple to lead the Pirates to their victory. Tommy, Mercer had a double for the losers. Godwin and Billy Carter combined to limit the Gobblers to only two hits, four less than the Pirates made off John Bridges of Turkey Creek. TURKEY CREEK 000 020 02 2 4 DADE CITY ...001 101 X 3 6 Bridges and Wall; Godwin, B. Carter 5 and J. Carter. ST. REGIS WILL EXPLORE MINERALS NEW YORK, April 10. UP) The St. Regis Paper Co. was authorized by stockholders today to go ahead with plans for exploration and development of all mineral rights on company property. R. K. Ferguson, president and board chairman, said that earnings this year will exceed 1952 and that directors intend to consider an increase in the common divi- First Refusal Princess Ann, Sir Sidney, and Whitleathrr also ran SIXTH RACE 6 furloigs: Madame Arcati (Fern'nd'zi 5.00 3.80 2.80 Wabash Moon T Barrow) 9.60 4.80 Roman Jean (L. Williams) 3.00 Time: 1:1125. Black Beauty. Elaine, a-Dawn O'Darby. Belle Revoke. Teacake. a-Fourdees, Heron Lake and Pearl Diver also ran. a-Darby Dan Farm entry. SEVENTH RACE 1 116 miles: The Gink L. Batchellen 16.40 4 10 Pensava (F. Fernandez' 2.60 Jane's Gal (S. Armstrone Time: 1:43 35. Chat Noir 2nd; Oak and Kinsman also ran. EIGHTH RACE H. miles: Preacher F. Costa) 50,60 lfi.20 Attention Sir C. Burr! 5.60 Happy Virtor B. James) Time: 1:52 15. Sandlot. Chances Jaco. Tod Command. Vinita Ed. Briarlick Winning Prince. Miss Dow and Criteria also ran. NINTH RACE 116 miles-Pussy Cat (C. Burr) 5.70 4 40 3.30 Ruth's Bov R. LeBlanc) 1L40 6.10 Nylon Crepe fB. James) 4.20 Time: 145 35. Yeoman. Sweet Goddess. Suky Susie. Roman March. Six Three Four. Flight Captain and Eli Cookie also ran. - Attendance: 92P5 Total Handle: S788.479. 3.80 2 70 6 00 Big, 9.20 5 30 15.00 Roll, dend. The company now pays 25 nearby booth set up in cooperation ! cents quarterly. with Florida Citrus Mutual. In previous years, the Tampa cigar manufacturers and the union have cooperated to display their products at the Union Industries Exposition in Chicago. Cleveland, Philadelphia, New York and Boston. Next year, the model factory will be taken to the convention of the National Retail Druggists Association in Chicago. IBSl SALESMEN HERE HONORED Three Tampa sales leaders of International Business Machines Co. will leave today for New Y'ork to attend the two-day regional convention of IBM Hundred Per Cent Club, the company's sales honor organization. The Tampa office will be represented by J. E. Mayer, J. J. Sullivan, Jr., and B. T. Smith. Sunrise today: 6:11 A. M. Sunset: :.! A. M. Moonriite: 4:'!5 A. M. Moonset: 4:48 P. M. (Listen to Hook, Lyin' and Sinker of the Air, WFLA and WFLA-FM. Monday through Friday, 6:25 P. M.i. Pro Net Tournament Slated in Cleveland CLEVELAND. April 10 IjPl The national professional tennis tournament will be held here again this year, tournament director Jack March announced last night. Play will be June 15-20. The tournament was switched from Forest Hill? three years ago and has been held here ever since. Francisco (Pancho) Segura won the title last year, defeating Dick Panchoi Gonzales. All of the matches will be played under lights at Lakewood Park. ENTRIES FIRST RACE Purse $2800. claimine, 4-vear-olds and up. 1116 miles (lfii: Thwarted. 114: Venturesome. 114: Hill Street. 119: Gloam, 120: Worcester. 113: Ton Step. 113: Don't Ston. 108: Gaby H., 114: Ula. 109: Jack Carroll. 113: Rustom. 114: Brain Sprain. 114: Woodslde, 114: Ever Lovin. 108; Peter B., 114: Miss Place. 109. SECOND RACE Purse $2800, claiming 3- year-olds. 6 furlones '16): Fenemor, 111: Bon Durant. 108; Sleepy One, 119: Viail. 116: Marjohn. Ill: Janlo. 119: Gladys Knisht. 108; Pototo. 113; Jerry My Bov, 113; x-Nalaca. 101: Black Boy. 113: Gala Fleet, 114: Russell TS, 116: Lead Pad, 113: Hera Lot. 119: Lady Admiral. 108. THIRD RACE Purse 02800, claimine. 4- year oids. 7 furlones 16): Pennant Day, 117: Klimie. 109: Cub. 106: Desert Witch. 109: Scientist.. 110: a -Ridse Runner. 110: Jeepersrreeper. 117; x-Bit Aiain. 112: Odds Advance. 05; b-Fat.her Tiber. 114: Foray Vina, 114: b-Great Admiral, 114: New Entry. 108: Warmed Over, 117: a-Empty Sea. 114: Busy Fox. 113. a-Woif entry. b-Maner Stable and Mendelsohn entry. FOURTH FACE-Purse S2700. claiming. 4-year-okls and up. 1 'i miles 10: Lut-uriant. 114: Towncastle. 118; Market Hill. 11": Z-Furise Beater. 115: Salaise. 119: Curruhulnca. 119; x-Miln. 114: x-Universal. 114: Gracious Heart, 114: x-Eveninit Storv. 109. FIFTH PACE Purse $3200. rlaimlns. 4-years-old and up. 6 furlones (91: Mr. A B. 107: I'm O K. Ill: Fasv Paddv. 114: x-Tidy Sum. Ill: Bimfnrt. 107: Nobov. 118: Our Kite. 119: Ten Forty, 114: Dover Coast. 111. SIXTH RACE Purse S4500. allowances. 3- year-olds. 1 1lfi miles r7): Hunter's Union, 113: Nebulus, 122: Coherence. 113: Witch Doctor. Ill: War Play. 113: Correct. 11!: Thaxter. Ill SEVENTH RACF The Hollywood Handicap, nurse $10,000. 3-year-olds and up. 7 furlones fl3): Crystal Bont. 110: Mar Phar. 122: Winning Fleet. 118' Drv Run. 113: Fasv Whirl. 106: a-War Token, 103: a-Whiffenpoor. 113: b-.Ioey Bov. 109: Roman Fslr. 110: Heliowise. 110: Color Gup.rd. 105; Mohammedan. 110; b-Pen-sava. 112. a-Duntreath Farm entry. b J. Gavecnano entrv. EIGHTH RACE Purse S2500. claiming 4- year-o'ris and up, 1116 miles f7)-x-Rush Street. 107; Andre. Ill: Perfert Potrer. 116: Little Cantain. 116: Super-Salesman. 115; Rusty. 118; Mr. Michael S. 114 NINTH RACE Purse $3200. rlalmlng, 4-year-old and un, 1 116 miles 9)- Sir Rustnm. 116; Jn jr. Leis. .112- Fatrt Lnadrrt.. 117: War Pan. IIS: .Tacit Fizz 11. P"omr. 116. e"!itv Chance, 116: FuBttlve. 117. Pun Pmmtf, 116. -3, x- 8 pounds AAC TALK OF PEACE CALLS FOR APPRAISAL OF TRADE NEW YORK, April 10. (.TV-Talk of peace topples the stock market. Many businessmen take a second look at earnings prospects for 1953. ' Merchants remember that a sharp downturn in stocks often keeps customers away. That's because a tumble in stock prices always impresses the public. It looks upon any sharp shift in direction of stock prices as a preview of what those in the know think is coining to business in general, and thus to prices of i goods, to jobs and to incomes. The peace talk comes when businessmen are already a little jittery about the chances of approaching deflation, hard selling competition, and a possible slump. A spreading of the war, however, doubtless would have upset the stock market much more than the Kremlin peace hints did ai.d for the same reason: The uncertainty and confusion in business planning that would follow. And the stock market doesn't always forecast accurately. Often As the Associated Press' index of stock prices shows The Major oil companies now are operating 32 wells on St. Regis property in Alabama and Florida, and there has been considerable interest in development of oil possibilities in the company's timber-land holdings in the area. Ferguson explained the company has ; no intention of setting up any subsidiary or "going into the oil business." He said St. Regis merely would explore and develop oil, gas and mineral rights on its holdings and would make lease arrangements with oil companies. Stockholders were told that the company's net income in 1952 was $12,701,977, equal to $.32 a share, compared with 3lb,7yb,u34, or; $3.11 a share in 1951. Sales in 1952 were $182,712,239, compared with $195,955,617, the drop being attributed to customer's decisions to reduce inventories. Net income in the first quarter of 1953 was reported at $3,760,-580. or 70 cents a share, against $3,504,599, or 64 cents a share in the same period last year. ATTENDS SCHOOL George L. Sanders, Tampa agent for the Insurance Companv of! North America, has returned from an advanced fire insurance school given by that company in Philadelphia. Four Tie For Golf Honors In Palma Ceia Women's Tourney Mrs. Henri. Guertin. Mrs. Mike Morgan, Mrs. L. E. Sherrill and Mrs. E B. Stanley all tied for top honors in the Palma Ceia Women's Golf Association's weekly tournament yesterday. Each had net 76 scores. Mrs. Guertin had 106-30, 76; Mrs. Morgan, 101-25. 76; Mrs. Sherrill, 82-6, 76; and Mrs. Stanlev, 90-14, 76 Marie Louis Mackie had a 108-30. 78. and Mrs. Clvde Perry a 99-18. 81. Mrs. C. T. Dawkins had the least number of putts. 27. WINS TANFORAN RACE TANFORAN. Calif., April 10. (jT Atomic Speed, owned by Tom Rose, of Medford. Ore., and Asa Brunk. of Berkeley, Calif., came from behind to take a three-length victory in the $5000 featured Burlinsame Handicap at Tanforan today. NIGHTLY RAIN OR SHINE (Except Sunday) POST TIME 8:10 P.M. MATINEE WED. & SAT. 2 P.M. thru JUNE 2 Ot-OD on GIi) (31:0 QQa2nsesn) 6.0014 Dunlop Deluxe REG. $14.(0 NOW S 1 95 U 6.7015 Dunlop Deluxe REG. $16.55 $1 o)50 NOW U3 EXCHANGE PLUS TAX With the Purchase of Each Tire or Tube You Get One Can of Auto Polish and one bottle of Furniture Polish PARKING FOR OUR STORE CUSTOMERS Cor. POLK and MARION Phs. 2-3669, 2-8648 I

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