The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on August 29, 1937 · 12
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I AGE TWELVE A THE CONSTITUTION. ATLANTA," GA.." SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1937i GENERAL ZALINSKI, WORLD WAR HERO, DIES HERE AT 64 Famed Soldier Dies Here Distinguished Soldier in Retirement at End; Burial in Arlington. Brigadier General Moses Gray Zalinski, retired army officer, who rose from the rank of a private and won a record for distinguished service, died here yesterday at a private hospital. He was 74 years old. General Zalinski and his wife, the former Mrs. Emily Carter Divine, of Carters, Ga., had made their home in an Atlanta hotel for several years. In ailing health, General Zalin ski retired from army life a few years ago, and last spring under went an operation. Major General George Van Horn Mosely yesterday said that General Zalinski s record wa "outstanding." "I have known General Zalinski for several years as a personal friend. He had an outstanding record, and we all mourn his passing deeply." Polish Descent. Born in Seneca Falls, N. Y., January 23, 1863, General Zalinski was of Polish descent. His family was one of military distinction, and his father was a colonel in the Prussian Uhlans. Soon after the Polish revolution of 1848, General Zalinski's parents came to the United States, where he was born the youngest of five children. He entered the army as a private in Battery G of the first artillery in October, 1885. Promotions followed until in March, 1889, he was made a second lieutenant in the artillery. More promotions followed and he graduated from the artillery school in 1894. He was promoted to the rank of major in 1903 after service in the Spanish-American War and was transferred to the quartermaster's corps. General Zalinski became a lieutenant colonel in 1910 and five years later became a full colonel in the Q. M. C. Won D. S. C. in War. Serving as colonel during the World War in France, he won the Distinguished Service Medal, while the French government made him an officer of the Black Star of France. He became brigadier general and assistant quartermaster general in April, 1925. He came to Atlanta during the World War as quartermaster corps head when the Candler warehouse was used as a supply depot. Married twice, his first wife, who died before the World War, was Helen Brandegee, sister of the late Senator Frank Brandegee, of Connecticut. He retired from active military service on January 23, 1927. General Zalinski's body will be taken tonight to Washington for interment in Arlington National cemetery, following funeral services at 5:30 o'clock this afternoon AW DEGREE IN ONE YEAR at the tamons Lew School of Cumberland Cnirersity. Reputation lor ninety yrbl hiabest standards. Not leoture school. Daily lessons assianed from standard textbook. eover rntira fifld of American Law. Moot court twice a week. Among mora than 8.000 succeej-ful alumni ara former V. 8. Supreme Court Associate Justies: present and former Chief nd Associate Justice of many state oourta. Including those of M issouri. Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida. Arkansas, Montana. Oklahoma. North Carolina and Taias; 60 U. 8. Senators and Congressmen. Ninety-first ysar brains September 13, 1937. Total cost tuition, room, board and use of books. M8S.0O. College of Arte and 8oieneee: room, board and tuition, 1295.00. For catalogue address: Cumberland Unlvers'ty Law School In 0-17. Ltbansn. Tana. ft - , ' ' 4 v ' ''-7 . -v , ? ; SMOKEY'S' BOAST GOES UP IN SMOKE No JobSo Young Burglar Must Go to Gang. William "Smokey" Smith, 16- year-old "lone wolf" negro bur glar, was on his way : to Fulton chain gang yesterday his at' tempts to get a job and a respon-j sible adult to vouch for him - apparently futile. - ' "Smokey" was found guilty August 20 by Judge John D. Humphries on nine counts for burglary and two for simple larceny. Judge Humphries meted out sentences totahne nine years, but was so impressed by the negro boy's elo quent plea for leniency, that he agreed to suspend the. sentence ' if "Smokey" could fulfill his boasts that "I can get a job and go straight if you'll just give me a chance." - . - - Judge Humphries referred - the case to the probation officer for investigation, " but yesterday "Smokey s time had expired and W. H., Spratling, .Fulton superior court deputy clerk, turned over the sentences to. the sheriff service. for, of 12-year-old Gloria Hauser for whose alleged murder her step- INQUEST POSTPONED IN DEATH OF GIRL HENDERSONVILLE, N. C, Aug. 28. (P) Coroner Bruce Cox con tinued today until Wednesday at 10 a.m. an inquest into the death father, T. D. Hazelwood, is held in jail here without privilege of bond. 13-MONTH TERMS r Bat lea i 30 ssl.utee seat IS Mentha sa rssyint -at lewer ratrt. Flnancl. in rafiaaaelBf all auks, all mtdclt. Free aarkinf rVtyth Buildliii Garage while epplyinl fer yetir lo. PEOPLE'S lad Fleer Velwrteer BMt. BANK : WAIaut 4189 p- -npr -. 0r jfr 0 . Tqj . jpr , -gr -gr -jw . ' - " -. C30L1DAY flfl TSJESlflY L if e bt n GENERAL ZALINSKI. at Spring Hill, Bishop H. J. Mikell, of the Episcopal diocese, offi ciating. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Carter Divine Zalinski: two daughters, Mrs. Wil liam Redd Crowell, of New York city, and Mrs. L. N. Blago, of At lanta. . BOARD AID ASKED ON SOCIAL DISEASES Request Follows 'Preliminary Surveys' of Fulton County Institutions As a result of "preliminary sur-vpvs" of Fulton county institu tions, Dr. C. R. Adams, county commissioner, yesterday called on the State Board of Health for aid in eradicating venereal diseases in Fulton county. In a letter to Dr. T. F. Aber- crombie, director of the state board, Dr. Adams pointed out that syphilis is "very prevalent among the inmates" of county institutions and expressed the desire that Fulton go on record as one of the "pio neer counties" in eradicating the,1 dread social disease from its citizens. The State Board of Health already has instituted a campaign to stamp out syphilis in other parts of the state. Dr. Adams' letter, dispatched yesterday, said: "Having in mind the fact that Fulton county is the most densely populated area in the state of Georgia, and that public health and sanitation is more important in such areas, I am very anxious for Fulton county to go on record as one of the pioneer counties in eradicating syphilis from our citi zens. I have made some preliminary surveys of the county institutions and find that this disease is very prevalent among the inmates. "I am writing to solicit your cooperation and pledge my support in the sponsoring of a project of this nature, and I hope that you will feel free to call upon me to assist you in any way I can. "At this time I wish to express to you my appreciation for the splendid co-operation that you and your personnel have always rendered Fulton county in its many health problems." SWk Monday or Tuesday! A flsaaaiWj fe SSSSSZlft;.. , m '. A regular bombshell of . values . . . pl 11 1 M , B 1 w, bw Jtfr $ L.AST bringing you wonderful opportunities IS , I 11 1 , , H ' e - " TMJf to buy now at remarkably low sale' V ... 1 1 li'i t"!TP ', L 'j?.. " S. Ji Wis prices and Pay Just One Dollar Down! V L. , 1 IOj. g H DHVC! u'U Don't miss this special August Sale . - JVII : J&. '"'W mmmEk0 UJ feature! . A -A r A : PM ' ill IX No Interest No Carrying Charges Up to 24 Months To Pay $1.00 Delivers $CQ.50 2-Pc. Suite A lovely, livable Modern -suite that will bring your living room right up to date! Two lar?e pieces. Including SOFA and comfortable CHAIR, beautifully upholstered in Tapestry. Choice of colors. $1.50 Each Week Pays 31-Pc Dinner Set Free! M ,1- . With Purchase of $15 or i 317-PC. DINNER SET FREE With Purchase of $15.00 to $35.00 31-PC. DINNER SET FREE With Purchase of $35.00 to $65.00 42-PC. DINNER SET FREE With Purchase of $65.00 to $100.00 53-PC. DINNER SET FREE With Purchase of $100 to $150 100-PC. DINNER SET FREE With Purchase of $150.00 or More And they're two day crammed lull of wonderful value-opportunitiei for you! Don't mitt them! This Free Offer . . . Applies to everything in ctnr. ii 1th tVi. PXCPOtion Of S I nationally advertise articles i 42-Piece Dinner Set Free! J fjyl ' GEORGIAN TRANSFERRED. WASHINGTON, Aug. 28. (JP) The State Department announced today the assignment of Charles H. Deny, of Macon, Ga., now consul at Mazatlan, Mexico, to Perth, Australia, as consul. LOOK AT THESE- 0 0 0 We're sacrificing profits on NEW FLOOR SAMPLES Officials' Cars and Demonstrators at DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES "Rhodes-Wood Special" Range And it's an extra special value, too! Made o strongest all east iron, with porcelain trim on oven and warming- closet doors! .. $49.50 5-00 You Pay Only........ $44.50 Regular Price . . Your Old Stove. 5-Burner Florence Range A wonderful Oil Range, with built-in, insulated oven. Green and Ivory. Regular Price . . . Your Old Stove. You Pay Only ... $49.50 5.00 44.50 I m $1.00 Weekly I 'I Your Old Stove It Worth $5.00 Make your old stove serve as an investment (and down payment i on a brand-new Range! Let's trade . . . tomorrow! f fifexl I w ml 5d -ri' 11 nzzz? tf ii i t rcr'Ci ! II I J lasaaftftaU. m jt I I W $1.00 Weekly III Pays for Any J Ranee! 31-Pc. Dinner Set Free! - SI mi ' Table Top Gas Ranges Reg. Price ....$49.50 Old Stove 5.00 Powerful, easy-to - clean burners! Upper and lower ovens! Roomy, convenient - utility drawer! Gleaming porcelain finish! $1.00 Cash Delivers S-Pc. Ensemble $1 You Pay $44.50 POSTER BED, 3 TRIPLE MIRROR r VANITY. BENCH. CHEST. COIL SPRING. COTTON MATTRESS and 2 PILLOWS. All for $1.50 Weekly 9x12 Fringed RUGS.. $1.00 Delivers c Chair or Rocker! They have sturdy, Walnut-finished frames and pretty Tapestry-upholstered seats and f A AC backs. May we sue- VeveJ gest that you get both U while the prices are so low? EACH $1.00 Delivers Dining Suite EXTENSION TABLE, CHINA CABINET, BUFFET, HOST CHAIR and 5 SIDE CHAIRS are included. Hand-s o m e 1 y finished in Walnut. Mil 1 mZ.' ma Pay $2.00 Weekly 42-Piece Dinner Set Free! $1.00 Delivers CABINET $1.00 Weekly Porcelain Table Top , . metal bread box . . flour bin . . . roomy storage compartments. Green and Ivory finish. 17-Piece Dinner Set Free! k ln.snfr .ssssra mem Here's new beauty for your floors . . at a price you can t resist! ;iM-t from rich new colors and handsome patterns'. 17-Pc. . Dinner Set Free! NOW ONLY ThU new four-door trunk sedan was originally priced at $895.00. Now only $855.00. Completely equipped with built-in luggage compartment, safety gla H around, extra tire and wheel, and all standard equipment. 1 15 ALLTUU TDLTAWAV Q(Q) E(L0EIHi 42-Pc. L-i Free! NEW GRAHAM Superchcarger Sedan REDUCED TO C4 4 ft T Here 'a a chance .1 I I I to save money ww on brand new car. Low down payment. Small monthly payment. Trade in your old car. Demonstrator Models 45 low as Si T h e a e cart, used for demonstration purposes only, re ceived perfect care from our aervice department while in use. Every one of them is in first clasa shape. $60 Radio Given Absolutely Free With Every Car Sold This Week Right Now It's Easy to Trade for a Graham C. E. FREEMAN MOTORS, Inc. 31 NORTH AVENUE, N. E. L P " j $1.00 ic STUDIO DIVAN Delivers At Low Cost 3i-rc. Ra Dinner A splendid davenport by day and just a jiffy from 2 single beds or a full width bed as shown in the insert. Built by Simmons with famous quality throughout and a worthwhile saving, too. Choice of Any 1938 PHILCO $39.95 .Philco Model '7-XX 2-Pc. Mohair Frieze Living Room Suite B Just the kind of suite you want! Charmingly conventional in style, marvelously serviceable, and so cood-lookine! This suite consists of the large SOFA and luxurious CLUB CHAIR, oeau tifully upholstered in good quality Frieze. A hit in this Sale at Mohair Everything you could wish for in a radio is yours with this PHILCO Double-X model! The Inclined Control Panel means new ease and (trace-of tuning. Ocean-spanning power, glorious tone, thrillingly beautiful cabinet! 1 $1.00 Delivers Balance $1.50 Each Week 'a r.v if 1 It Jt !: It V it I 1938 Philco Model 62-T American Receiver! Two Tuning Ranges cover standard American broadcasts, stale and municipal police, and second-class amateur. Has Wide-Vision Dial and standard Electro-Dynamic Speaker, 5 Tubes! 1938 Philco Model 12-C $27 Whitehall at Mitchell St. A good-looking Table "Model PHILCO! Tuning Range covers" all standard American broadcasts and state police calls. Has compact Electro-Dynamic Speaker, Illuminated Full-Vision Dial. 5 PHILCO tubes. 1 :1

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