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Collins Plans Latin America Tour In Dec.
MOUNT DOR/' <*—Oov. Elect Leßoy Collins i> leaving Nov. 30 on a quick trip to Venezuela, Co lombia and Panama. He told a chamber of commerce audience here he is making the 10- day trip at the invitation of the three Latin American countries and hopes while there to “give evidence of Florida's good will and our interest in improving our re lations in a way that will be ef fective and mutually helpful.” Friday, November 12, 1954 ALL MUST GO REGARDLESS OF PRICE! WE HEED THE BOOH SEE ONE OF OUR SALESMEN TOMORROW t i For Transportation—For Low Prices Low Down Payment We ll Be Seeing You Saturday Navarro, Inc. 601 DUVAL STREET TELEPHONE 2-7041 EF7?I of age <m • hiw flßt'lHWffKj^ WASHER VN. WITH SII-VU PUSS UP RtSuußS^ss?!?s| I IMS SO.OO TRADE-IN I MO”u£ | FAT °" iT J |HPHRHp^RH - 'X __ —I 'sy.’i.i?[£, y J - V-t * I I Now row caa ofof om of Amwlci’i bM ?* L | / fi libor-mtrf • • - the mmhm ABC-O-MATTC i w i w**h*r. It wuim, rips**, d*mp-dria...*ll A I MMMMUCtIIr. 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MQPH i Overseas Radio & Appliance Cos. 617 Duval Street Telephone 2-3251 “I may do considerable travel ing as governor.** he said. “Not to vacation or to make a lot of speeches b ut for the purpose of actively seeking to attract new industries to Florida. “Whet we receive word that de cisions are in the making to re locate a plant or start anew one in the South, I’ll go to Detroit, Cleveland or wherever necessary to talk with industrialists and fin anciers to sell them on the ad- THK KIY WIST CITIZEN vantages of locating plants in Flor ida ” Collins, who takes office Jan. 4, indicated he will seek anew state agency to back him in the effort to attract new industry to Florida. “I hope that we can set up a new state agency for industrial development,” he said, “An agency headed by a full time top-flight expert with the know-how to seek and follow up leads on new in dustries which might be interested in coming to Florida. “If the leads and information I ttte department develop seem to Page 7 Justify K. I'll perUMlly go to the board rooms of the industry and present Florida's ease Before leaving Tallahassee for Mount Dora, Collins said he ex pects to open hearings on the sus pension of major administrative officers of the MeCarty admini stration suspended hy Johns on Dec. 13. The governor-elect had announc ed previously he wonld conduct the bearings on th- suspension charges before he formally takes office on Jan. 4. Buried Cold Is Sought In Japanese Mine TOKYO un—A fantastic treasure of 64 billion dollars in gold bar*, reputedly buried in a Japanese mine by a warlord who sacked Korea in the 18th century, was cited today as Japan’s best hope for prosperity without American aid— If there is such a treasure. The newspaper Sangyo Keizai to day said recently discovered docu ments, certified as ancient and au thentic by historians, tell of the treasure buried in a deserted sil ver mine near the central Japan industrial city of Ouka. It said the Sumitomo Metal Min ing Cos. would hunt the gold. Kanichiro Kamei, an obscure former legislator, is credited with finding the documents They tell the final chapter in the saga of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a powerful war lord who invaded Korea in 1592 Hideyoshi, often called the "Na poleon of Japan,” overan the southern half of Korea in a few months. But six years later the Ming Dynasty marched its Chi nese army horde down the Ko rean Peninsula and Hide.voshi fled to his Osaka headquarters. Besides the gold, he is credited with bringing back 19,000 Korean ears which were pickled and kept in a shrine for yeara. Hideyoshi fell ill at Osaka and moved to safeguard the gold. He cleared the Tada silver mine, 15 miles northwest of Osaka, of miners. He forced convicts to bury his fabulous treasure. Moral Letdown Shown By Crime Rise In Hungary BUDAPEST OB—Crime stories have reappeared in Hungary's stateowned press. Stories about crimes in this country, that is. Domestic crime, along with some other standard features of West ern newspapers, had been a kind of taboo since the regime of Hun gary's No. 1 Communist Matyas Rako&i came to power. The Hun garian was told only about murder in Chicago, rape in West Germany, banditry in Sicily, a stickup in Lon don. etc. Road accidents, airplane crashes and train collisions also were re ported only when they happened in the capitalist West. Under the government’s "new look’’ policies, the period when the naive reader had to believe there was no crime in Hungary because there was no trace of it in the newspapers seems to be over. As it did throughout the world, the letdown of morals after the war boosted crime in Hungary. The government*! prosecutors met last month to discuss what measures to take. 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