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BROOKLYN EAGLE. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1939 Telephone MAin 4-6200 n ii For Clntilfied Ad Remit P iSafetyConclave 1f -mm 1 Upens Monday In Atlantic City Many Conventions Scheduled This Week At Jersey Resort Atlantic City, Oct. 14 The second annual Clarence H. Gekt Memorial Golf Tournament ends with Its final rounds tomorrow at Seavlew Country Club near here, deciding championship honors among leading ama teurs of the Eastern and New Eng land States. Next week will be made notable by the 28th National Safety Con gress, opening Monday and continuing through Friday. Meetings and an extensive exhibit, interesting to visitors, will be staged in the great municipal convention hall. Head quarters are at Hotel Ambassador, with delegates and sectional meetings overflowing to several other beachfront hotels. Scheduled speakers Include Sec retary of Labor Perkins, Gov. Lev-erett Saltonstall of Massachusetts eand executives from the cation's leading Industries and corporations. The program includes 140 group meetings and a long list of industrial discussions. BUSINESS CONVENTIONS Large business delegations are ex pected Monday also for the con ventions of the National wholesale Hardware Association and American Hardware Manufacturers Associations, both continuing through Thursday In the Marborough-Blen- Hielm. i Still other groups adding to next week's business center atmosphere are the Pennsylvania Water Works Association, meeting from Wednesday to Friday in Chalfonte-Haddon Hall, and the New Jersey Water Works Association, Friday and Saturday at the. Claridge. Hotel Shelburne has two conferences of insurance assocaitlons next week. AVIATORS TO MEET Meanwhile, social, sporting and resort affairs continue. The Sportsman Pilots Association will fly to Atlantic City next Saturday for Its annual Fall meeting, bringing the young men and women owners of private planes fronv throughout the East to gather at Hotel Traymore. Boardwalk bicycle riding, beach horseback riding and deep-sea fishing contiuue among the outdoor ac- tivities, and the past week brought a mass resurgence of ocean bathing, .with water temperature only two degrees below the normal average for the month of August. DOUBLE YOUR HERGY WITH Golden sun's VITamin rays plus refreshing sea-air OZONE! That's VTTOZONE.. a bracer for pep, a chaser for "blues", an all-around eraser of city cares and fatigue! Supplemented with the best in cuisine, hotel hospitality, outdoor sports and Boardwalk attractions, VITOZONE does wonders for body and mind . . puts you in the pink of condition! So pack up . . come down! Revitalize this fall with VITOZONE1 Mill Ctunoii. tr PMtal. lor Plttoratl Baoklit, al Vltuina hldir "Ouotei an Htaltli." Iin 109, Camntlon Hall, Atlaalli City, N. J. Addru City ATLANTIC CITY PCNNA AVE and BOARDWALK DELIGHTFUL RQOMu.itf.BATH 3ncludwq 'S ?Pfnl UfFKIBTF5f tar MR oav I r.tair.c Daruicr? I IN A J tO. KENTUCKY AVE. ATLANTIC CITY f t til FBI. to Sun. Per Prrion mw '12 in Room Bath and Meala W1IKL V t PESSONS From f 60 GLASLYN-CHATHAM PARK PLACE OCEAN VIEW Btfam Heat. Modern Conveniences. Ownar ghtp Management. N. L. JONES. Prop. 'SMOKE MEANS M0RC HERE Pram$MuroooniwiHl MeolitS.Viittui often. Atlantic City X i t urn Neiv Orleans Draws Travelers To Hibernate With domestic resorts holdlncr t.h greater appeal for American travelers mis winter, New Orleans is raoldlv rominc in t.hm fnr Tint only as a "resort" but as a Winter nioernauon zor inose seeking a tern-Derate clime, yet with the attractions which a cosmopolitan city may offer, according to j. .1 MrTno eastern passenger agent of the 111- nois central system here. The railroad Is featuring New Orleans both as an nhiprHv in it self and as a stop-over point on Its tours w Mexico, as well as in Its through sleeping car route between Chicago and Los Angeles, Mr. Mc-Lane said. In addition to this, a tleup with cruises from New Orleans to ports In the Caribbean Is available to Illinois Central travelers. From the East. the. rnnU tn N Orleans lies via Cincinnati, Louis- vine and Memphis. N. Y. Central Gets New Streamliner The Mercury, Named After Famous Train, On Display Today A luxurious new streamliner to be called the Mercury has been built by the New York Central for daily rast service, each way, between Chicago and Detroit, F. E. Williamson, president, New York Central System, announced. The new train, which Is expected to be the most beautiful day train in America, will be put on exhibition today In Indianapolis, where It was built In thff Beech drove car shops 01 tne new z one central. The Mercury is a famous name In railroading, having been made so by the New York Central train that was placed in service between Cleveland and Detroit In 1936 and which won Instant acceptance, because of Its innovations, luxurious furnishings and beautiful color scheme. The new Mercury will provide a finish ing touch to the Central's present service between Chicago and Detroit. Mercury service between Cleveland and Detroit will be continued. At the end of the train Is a parlor-observation car, having a solarium, with leather seats facing outward. The train will be hauled by a huge streamlined Hudson type passenger locomotive of 20th Century Limited type, painted In the Mercury's own colors. This locomotive, 97 feet long with tender, will have disc wheels and will be equipped with roller bearings on its driving wheels, en gine and tender trucks, rods and valve motion parts. The sea hasn't changed its language CHALFONTE-HADDON HALL There are words in the winds from the sea's blue horizon, and syllables in the surf. They tell you to forget routine, to take a new lease on life. So, too, do the many attractions at these friendly beachfront hotels. LFJJJS AND LIPFINCOTT CO. On the Boardwalk ATLANTIC CIT1 For rcvTvatfons tntl LOngatre Lin joy a Second helping of Summer You haven't had Mouth ol lumuMf ... wi mean ih summer ol th Saail Hotel. Then com on down lor a second helping. The weather la warm but noi wilf fee. Enjoy the verv ol the Surf o Sjnd Room and the Seaadee way o! cooking thing. Rate hav dropped alnc aummer. Harrison cook. km. jtixr. N.Y-Orflte:535Flf1hAv. Til. VAnderb.lt l,.UOb easide H. Y. OMIm: 535 Fifth Aw. Tl. Vnrllt t-OOM IT'S TRUE! . ROOM) Malay trfl ""LiL. 10 RSOM YM...(tel!rtou. ana la I Itienillr alirrraind. lnii...Mailar bilh.. . .lla ! lolirli.m nil un dacki ornlooklni Iba can...10, H. 114 per perMi. Writ. far raiarvatlana.F. lmit Todd. n.t. N V OHIca: 535 FHIIl . VAadaflim -OI3i N. V. Offlta: 535 Fifth Aw. VAndarallt 10133 FLORIDA ST. PETERSBURG. Flarlda. the Sun.hlna Cltr, Inrlin jon. For frr hnoalfia wrlta la B. O, Nal, chamber tt Commerce. 5-4,00 t I 44 jf V ' "-'I It , . : " i. vJ III 1 1 jr I 11 i ITT P .9 1 JsL A group of visitors to Atlantic City relaxing in the warm sunshine on the sundeck of the Chalfonte-Haddon Hall. The scene is typical of hundreds of others to be found in Atlantic City at this time of the year. Terence F. MacGrath to Join Kelly, Nason Ad Agency Today Steamship Promotion Expert Will Become New Vice President Terence P. MacGrath, advertising and publicity director of the Cunard White Star and Associated Lines, today will join Kelly, Nason, Inc., it was announced yesterday by John C. Kelly, president of the advertising agency. Mr. MacGrath will serve as a vice president. He brings to Kelly, Mason, Inc., a splendid background and vast ex perience gained through 20 years with Cunard White Star and Associated Lines. "As one Innovation after another occurred in the transatlantic steamship field," Mr. Kelly said, "Mr. MacGrath has directed the cunard White Star Line's advertising and promotional activities, telling the public about such things as tourist class, short cruises, South America as a cruise goal, Nassau in the Bahamas as an all-year-round vacation resort, and Bali, the South Sea Isles and South Africa as world cruise ports." In addition to his contributions In the advertising field, Mr. MacGrath has also been successful in the field of publicity and public relations. He was responsible for the campaigns to bring the Queen Mary and new Mauretania to public attention. Kelly, Nason, Inc., founded In 1913, numbers among its clients the Grace . American Lines Offer Variety of Southern Cruises Uninterrupted schedules of the large American merchant fleet offer a wide selection of trips for the Pall and Winter vacationist to Mexico, West Indies, Central and South America. Most impressive to the traveler is the frequency of service offered by such companies as the big A.O.W.I. system, which embraces Cuba Mall, Porto Rico and Clyde-Mallory Lines; Moore-McCormack, United Fruit, Grace Line. Panama Line and Panama Pacific, to mention a few of the leaders. A. Q. W. I. services alone number six sailings and six arrivals per week, showing the frequency of schedules afforded by American Flag Lines. f7rnlcA nnrtj. nriw more in vncue than ever include Havana, most popular playground of tne west, in- rfins atiH TTnplp Rnm'fi Rimnv Island of Puerto Rico. Cruises to Mexico Air Travel Film To Be Shown Free The first in a series of Wednesday evening free travelogues under the general title of "Re-dlscovering the Americas" will bo held Wednesday evening at 8:15 o'clock. The place Is the parish house of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Henry and Clark Sts. The program Is entitled "The American Way," and will feature an adventurous 28-mlnute "motion picture" flight across the continent via America Airlines. - The United States has about $190,000,000 Invested in the Dutch East Indies, Regimented to Rest-They It" ' 4 - 1 1 S t' t. "'1 ... Une, Moore-McCormack Lines, Inc.; Nassau, Bahamas Development Hoard. New York State and New York Central Railroad Properties. City, via Havana and Vera Cruze, where rail connections are made with the Mexican capital, continue to enjoy undiminished popularity. Impetus to travel to all such ports is increased by the fact that no passports are required. Because oi tne current increase of travel to and from Puerto Rico the Puerto Rico Institute of Tourism has established an Vidditional Florida Hotels To Boost Rates 'Unfair Propaganda' In North Assailed By Chamber Head Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 14-Hotcl rates throughout Florida will not be increased this year, according to Harold Colee, president of the Florida State Chamber of Commerce, who discussed the matter with a number of leading hotel men of the State and representatives of the Florida State Hotel Association. Persistent rumors throughout the Northern States charge Florida hotels with increasing rates in anticipation of a larger tourist season this coming Winter. It was to stop unfair propaganda toward Florida that the president of the State Chamber of Commerce made his Investigation and issued the statement. "The public can rest assured that ; 1. ifiKiirv x r"- fx A Terence F. MacGrath Florida business men and partlcu-: f larly hotel men seek to hold down . the casts of living. We have constructed many new hotels and apart- ment houses throughout the State t and otherwise materially Improved our housing facilities. We are pre- i ' pared for the largest number of invited guests who have ever come to the State, and tlw public in general can accept the advice of this organ - izatlon that rates will be retained on the level with recent years." The State Chamber head snid in - formation ixom the Florida Exhibit Love It! '4 T IP-- 4 Rex and Di Savoia To Be Operated Italian Line Revises Schedule and Will Continue Crossings The super liners Rex and Conte Di Savoia will continue in service between Italy and this country, It is announced by Italo E. Verrando, general manager of the Italian Line in North America. A short time ago the line an nounced the withdrawal of the two superliners from service, but this later decision was made, according to Mr. Verrando, so as to augment and complete Italian Line services to and from the United States in response to the continued demand for accommodations. There has been a marked influx of Americans and Europeans into Italy, all of whom are awaiting transportation to the United States. With the inclusion of the Rex and Conte di Savoia in service, the Italian Line schedule returns to normalcy. Twelve departure's from New York are listed between now and early January of next year, indicating a sailing each week. The sailings from New York are: Rex, Oct. 17; Conte di Savoia, Oct. 24; Vulcania, Nov. 8; Rex, Nov. 11; iSaturnia, Nov. 18; Conte di Savoia, Nov. 25; Vulcania, Dec. 9; Rex, Dec. 14; Conte di Savoia, Dec, 27, and Saturnla, Jan. 4. The Saturnia also will be scheduled for a cruise to Havana and Miami over the Christmas and New Year's holidays. information bureau to assist travelers arriving from the island. The bureau is located at Piers 15 and 16 of the Porto Rico Line, foot of Maiden Lane, New York City. It is In charge of Ramon Carreras, who is assisted hy Robert Moret, both ; members of the Institute. Steam-Jship, rail, hotel and similar information is available to visitors, without charge. Deny Move This Winter Harold Colre 1 at the New York Wprld's Fair and 'transportation and travel agencies jail indicate this will be one o the best tourist seasons In years. 1 - I .- It 4 w 1 t $ X) y V V' V ' mk If .a.i-.MtoJ New S. S. Exporter On Maiden Voyage First of Four Speed Ships of Export Lines Sails for Mediterranean The S. S. Exporter, newest of ex- Dress cargo liners, which received a narbor welcome In New York upon her arrival from the Fore River Shipyards at Quincy, Mass., left last week on her maiden voyage to Mediterranean ports. The vessel, a huge freighter of 14,450 displacement tonnage, with a length of 473 feet, a breadth of 66 feet and a depth of 42 feet, is the first of four speed unit ships to be delivered to the American Export Lines. The Exporter, on her trials, developed a speed over a measured course of 19'-i knots. ) Complementing the new mach- ery, efficiency devices and modern mechanized features are the mod-f ern .quarters designed to emphasize! the new American marine spirit r improved accommodations for crews. Notable among the features Is the! latest type of electric cargo landing' and discharging equipment, which; will be operated in connection with the seven cargo holds. "The greater efficiency will materially reduce the cost of operation per nautical mile," states John E. Slater, executive vice president of the lines, who points out that the three-deck type is especially adaptable for cargo trade between the United States and Mediterranean ports, which route parallels that of the company s Four Ace de luxe passenger liners. Columbus Shrine Attracts Visitors Trujillo Cily, Where Discoverer Landed, Is Full of Fine Sights Cruise "pilgrimages" to the shrine of Christopher Columbus at Trujillo City, capital of the Dominican Republic, are more popular now than last year, reflecting the deep interest of Americans in the discoverer of the New World. Sightseeing at Trujillo City, where Columbus made his headquarters in! the New World over four centuries ago, is one of the current highlights i or popular 11-day cruises of the Porto Rico Line to Puerto Rico and I the Dominican Republic. As the I visitor sets foot on Columbus Land1 he can reflect that Trujillo City Is : correctly called the Cradle of the j New World. For, in addition to the, discoverer, Pizarro, Cortez. Balboa' and every great figure in the Spanish conquest of Mexico. Central and South America, walked the streets of this picturesque and fascinating1 city. It was at Trujillo City that Span-: lsh fleets laden with priceless treasure congregated twice each year to moke the inner nnri hazardous. vrvfl.ff ! to Spain, trusting in their numbers! to protect them against freebooters and pirates of Jealous nations. This cruise to the Land of Columbus gains added interest from the fact that It includes two visits with sightseeing at San Juan, in Uncle Sam's beautiful island of Puerto Rico. This island, incidentally, Is the only land visited by Columbus now under the American flag. New '400' Train Adds to Comfort Over the Canadian Rockies In Fall or Winter is one of the travel-features which California-bound visitors may enjoy with the saving of practically a day from Eastern cities by making the journey via Chicago and thence on the new, roller-bearing, streamlined "400" of the North Western Line to the Twin Cities, according to W. G. Babel, general I agent of the C. & N. W. here. I Direct connection Is made at St. Paul with the Canadian Pacific's "Soo-Domlnion" for Vancouver by way of Banff Springs. This hookup enables one to leave New York cr other Eastern cities in early evening, . i . . , j . i, i . . , - .... wiciiue lining wis uuiunui new jtri- low-and-green streamliner just placed in service between Chicago I Bliu cl. fBui-mimieupuiis, wiui convenient connection between the I "400" and the Canadian Pacific train at St. Paul. Orlando to Open Orchid Garden j Orlando, Fla., Oct. 14 A garden, of orchids will be opened to thj public for the first time on Jan. 1 when the Theodore L. Mead Association formally dedicates a 55-acre memorial park between this city: and Winter Park. I For three years the tract has been undergoing landscaping as a setting for the collection of orchids of the late Dr. Theodore L. Mead. John H. Conenry, director, has announced ! Jan. 1 as the opening date. Dr. Mead, whose name Is borne by many of the finest orchids, won an international reputation for his cultivation and hybridization of orchids, amaryllls, gladiolas, crinums, caladiums and other plans of this class. I For 55 years he worked on a plan-tation near here and on his death in 1936 willed his plant collection to the Florida Federation of Women's! Clubs. At one time he had 250 dif-! ferent orchids in cultivation. The garden surrounds a small fresh-water lake which has been virtually hidden in dense sub-tropl-cal growth. Paths have been cut through the property and beauty j spots formerly Inaccessible will be! easily reached by those interested! in seeing the rare plants in a nat- ural setting. r i i direct to Ban U v FROM NEW YORK 5.?. StaTnerfjord Noy. 1 ' roiivpnirnt connection! to ; " "od?n. Denmark. Finland Consult your Ttovol Aoont or , NORWEGIAN AMERICA UNE' . i tets etreet, He Ters, aVe-V YOU OUGHT TO Does autumn inspire you to get out-of-doors? Then sail south overnight to this nearby resort where the season is mellowed with Virginia sunshine. At the Cavalier Hotel you'll find lots to do. Riding pine-fragrant bridle-paths . . . golfing by the . sea . . . bathing in a salt-water pool. Dancing. Food fit for a Southern colonel. The voyage to Norfolk on a modern "Eastern" liner at this colorful season gives glamor to the whole adventure. Sailings Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon, OLD DOMINION ' SAIL ' AMERICAN; ON AMERICAN A FLAG STEAMERS to Uncle Sam's Island of : mm : and the neutral port of TRUJILLO CITY in the Dominican Republic NO FASSFORTS NEIDID 11 days ALL EXPENSES 420 mm: MCLU0M6 SHME TRIPS 6M I0TH ISLANDS Sail any Thursday from New York A S. S. Horinauen nr S. V ("rsimo if outdoor pools verandah cafes, cruise directors full program of it entertainment. " Puerto R1co Interludes tllexpntsr-llto &dayt 5 to 10 Jays at Condado HoitU Etcamkron Reach Clua or tiff Palace Hotel from 144 a Apply to your Travel Agent or Ft.of WallSt.or J45 Fifth Ae..N.Y.C REGULAR FORTNIGHTLY PASSENGER SAILINGS To or from FRANCE, ITALY,. EGYPT PALESTINE, SYRIA and GREECE by (ho Amtlcan-Manatd Owned and Operated Saillnf EXETER, Oct. 28 EXCAMBION, Nov. 11 EXOCHORDA, Nor. 25 EXCALIBUR, Dec. 9 and fortnightly thwaaHar AMERICAN EXPORT LINES 25 BROADWAY NEW YORK I ieeu'ia f aaaae! iidoiltiI tsavll aiasis saaaaal any TRIP, TOUR or CRUISE Advartltad n 1ht MO" it miln 'ffle "tt Lilifiture and lull aartitulari at 186 REMSEN ST. 0lB8.r;" Spain once owned the major part of the land now constituting the United Stales. .ACKSOHV.UU X to MiftMi vrFr,$55.t isw'asaetValeasai a inn:i'il'ii" SEE AUTUMN AT from Pier 25, North River. The calm sea route in safe, American waters. Long decks. Delicious meals. Comfortable cabins. Freight sailings daily except Sundays. " TAKE TOUR NO. 21 $19.10 V TO NORFOLK AND VIRGINIA IIACH Leave New r Teei., Wed. er Frl. Return Me lr4 ay Inelue'u 600 lln1 enililae wltH full ey-lieat eay al the Canller Hetek SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED BOOK OF OTHER LOW COST TOURS SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT, er aeHy Pl 25. NaMh Rlw. Ntw Yar;er S W. tn St.. RetLaleller Canter, Tal. COrtlaee-t 7-0500. LINE OF THE STEAMSHIP LINES J en the famous i AMERICAN FLAG LINER MUNARGO 2paysM20 up including shora trip i From New York Nov. 11, 25, Dtc. 9 and fortnightly thereafter NO PASSPORTS Required for American Citizens. aV Crviae Director amel Entertainment - Sparkling Dane Orchestra I All Out.leSe Roams j ir Outetaar Paal - Twa calls al Natsatt with vialH le glorious Paradise Baaeh Twa calls al Miami with 50-mile motar laur With the S. S. MUNAROO yaw headquarters, enay 3 aaya, 2 nights In Havana elght.eelno Included. SPECIAL 12 Day All-Expense) Tour to MIAMI (wttti 2 calls at Nassau) 100u, AT NASSAU: Paradise Beach (2 visits with all bathing privileges Including trip to Marina Gardens. AT MIAMI: transfer Including hand baggage to and from first data hotel on the Beach, also accommodations with bath and meals for four and a half days. Aik for seeciei Ufltt. 5ei7ms'No'. 11, 3J ndDc.9. MUNARGO LINE COMPANY Applyeny authorised Travel Agenf or 432 Fifth Ave.,Clrde 7-1034, or Pier 3 North River, New York, WHIteholl 4-1880 On A Greyhound EXPENSE-PAID TOUR Let travel experts map out ycttr entire trip make all arrangements, and reecrvft-tioaa and save you money I Seat GREYHOUND TRAVEL BUREAU BROOKLYN TERMINAL L. I. P. R. Daaat Flatkuah Ave. at Haniaa PI, T.I. ITerllee 1-S3S0 Sail from New York on an aver.populoy vacation voyage that's Invigorating , , , refreshing . . . and have th added pleasure of o daylight day ashore. Deck sports, dance orchestra, talkies, etc, on fine American liners. OTHER ALL-EXPENSE CRUISE BARGAINS w.th aitra day, other! Miami Beach, v. 10 n"d 13 davi. $73 and up. Texas, 13 dem, $105 10 ue Navane, 10 dan, $104 75 up. St, Augustine, 6 lo ,13 dart, 162.20 up. mm ! MIAMI j in 1 I See Your OwnfyrJ H Ami It YOUR TRAVEL AUNT er CLYDE-MALLORY LINES Hi fit Ave.MU 2-7240orler 34, N .WA 5-3000

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