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j'ef thi moat auccaaa-
THE WEATinU
Fair tonight and Sunday, fresh
southeast and south winds.
NEW tURVlCC
Intsrnattoiuit Nwa "
Sarvte.
United Prata.
Newspaper Entarprlaa
Association.
MEMBER
Associated Oaitlaa of
Florida.
Florida State Preae .
Association.
Southern Newspaper
Publishers Assn.
Advertising - Bureau,
American Newepa
per Publishers' Assn.
HE
LOW TIDES -ON
THE OCEAN BEACH
Today '.4:H
Tomorrow '. 4:57
tha world.
DAYTON A,: FLORIDA, SATURDAY. MAR. 26.; 192t
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PKIFCOM JAIL
'( CUiea ibis season havei
; ana robberies but the
1 1 of all was reported this
a it was found that the
) jt jail had been entered
J It night or early today.
equipment of the wire
(sin a raid last Saturday,
1 l? jail. i
ti ftho robbery was found
1 when Deputy Sheriff W.
V o figured eo conslpcu
sldfatr, visited the bastile
r h high Bounding name
. lock on the only door
1 ! if . Every piece of the
. Corn tlib cashier's cage,
4 f and blackboards, in-
elephone and telegraph
wfrn to the minutest piece
Biding held against the
; Cleared from the build-
tl i night.
t of the opinion that the
(Ved last night was not
sf the gang, but by per
. l id that the producing of
,i srould draw- others con-
te matter. The theft of
nJ last night followed the
; U) Cadillac car, also tak-
ra, which was removed
1 ireeze garage on
MiiTou:.::.v:EiiTAT
CLEAHWATEn STARTED
TODAY WITH A DER3Y
The Associated Press.)
CLEARWATER. Mar. 2S. The
National Scuthern Air, tournament
opened today to continue through
Monday. It brought together some of
the most noted army and mvry avia
tors to- contest in a series of events
which will include seaplane, airplane
races, bombing. .parachute drops, for
mation and stunt flying. Today's fea
ture was a 100-mile derby in which
nine army fliers, driving DeHaviland
Nleuport ami Shad machines were entered.
CONEY IN
PRECARIOUS
CONDITION
DESTROYED, NAKED
FonnmuvMoir
LAUNCHED UQIIDAY
(The Associated Press.)
QiriNCY, Mar. 26 Mr. and Mrs.
V M. Corry of this city arrived ih
San F"ranelco today to witness the
launching Mondays of the destroyer
Corry, named for their son. a naval
aviator, who lost his . lifts several
months ago attempting to rescue a
fellow aviator whose plane was in
flames.
PLANTATION MAN
t DENIES KILLING t
t OF 11 NEGROES J
- '
4 (United Press.) $.
4. ATLANTA. March 26. John 4.
4 Williams, arrested on a charge
mm of murder in rnnnotinn witH
? the probe of peonage in Georgia, 4'
denied in full the statement 4!
J. made by Clyde Manning, a negro, -j-
f. yesterday, that they together
killed eleven negroes on Wil
4 lianis' plantation in Jasper coun-
ty because they were feared to J.j
4 be informers of peonage, which
4 Manning declared was being
A practiced on Williams' planta-
tion. when he was brought here '!
4 last night for safekeeping.
44444ix4II'z4l Conev, transcontinental aviator, who
was seriously mjurea in a tan near
inRAST P. STFPS I
t nr tiupii in ?
lUBMAKtll lfi 4
BERGDOLL CASE i
J. denied in full the statement 4. OTII I AllUL 11111 IV
I 1 1 i II i i i u
WITH LITTLE HOPE
FOR HIS RECOVERY
(United Press.)
NATCHEZ, Miss., Mar. 26 Lieut.
MARINE WORKERS ON
COASTWISE TUGS ALL
WORKING BUT A FEW
Bicycle Thief Is
Sent Up for Six
Months by Beers
C'rowviiie, Ala., h3s about one chance
in five to recover, attending physic
;ans said this morning. Coney was
brought here for hospital attention.
An Xray examination showed that
Coney is suffering with a bad spinal
fracture and several minor injuries.
Physicians say he w'-ll live through
the , day. Even if he should survive.
he will be an invalid tcr life, say the
doctors. He is fully conscious, talks
about his flight and said he was tly'.ng !
JU ' (United Press.) 4.
4. WASHINGTON, March 26. 4
4 The United States government J'
4 Is prepared to take drastic steps J
4 to bring Bergdoll back to this
4. country trcm Germany to serve J.
4 a jail sentence, it was under-
sioon lOiiay. iot ouiy ui una j
4 government continue to press i
demands tnat Berguou De ae-
livered up, but will request Eng- 4
laud to do so also, on .the 4
4 grounds that Bergdoll is alleged 4
J. to have forged a passpoort in 4
Canada, iu his escape to Ger
.! many. !
GRAND JURY VOTES
TRUE BILLS IN CASE
. OF BALL PLAYERS
(The Associated Press.)
CHICAGO. Mar. 26 True bills
aga'nst eighteen men were vot
ed bv the county grand jury as the
result of the second investigation of
the alleged throwing of the world ser
ies gr.nies to Cincinnati by White Sox
players. The bills named thirteen
men indicted during the first investi
gation and five others, none of whom
are bail players. Total indictments
number 144. There are eight indict
ments against each man named.
NEW WAGE SCALES
FOR GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES COMING
CONDITION FORMER
PRESIDENT SAID TO
NO TRACE
FOUND OF i
AIR f.lf
BELIEVED LOST IN -FORESTS
ALONG THE
FLORIDAWEST COAST
(International News Service.)
PENSACOLA, Mar. 26 That tha
balloon missing from the air naval
. - 1. - rr.. 1 J ..1 v J 4 Ji
nr lllinil llinnniirn station nere snicts luemiay umiuu iu
Rl- M 1 1 1 . H I M P S II W I-11 land and the men were killed or badly
UU IliUUII lllll I1W I L.U j
(The Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Mr. 26 Prospects
... . . 1 . V . . , . , V ' ,
anione marine workers on coastwise low over the Mississippi river because fix ne. stdnF,al. .g.J.
tugboats is bright. Conciliator F. A. t of fogs, experienced engine trouble
David wired Secretary of Labor Davisand struck a tree while descending,
today that all workers have returned ! He fell 75 feet.
to work except in the Norfolk district, j His mother is enroute here from
- ', Jacksonville. "1 will make the flight
from the Atlantic to the Pacific yet
if death or permanent Injuries do not
stop me,"' he said.
l'?n Koss. a member of the Wear
Willi class, sentenced to sis
months on the chain gang, or to pay
a fine of $1)0 before Justice Beers
the! Friday evening, charged with stealing
eang following the cap- bicycle trom ueorge vgiesoy, iu
1 evidence. Kington.
-jiarance of the wiretap- According to police officials, K03?
t completes all evidence la suspected of having turned two or
1 fc officers, there being three deals at second story work, and
t this time in the hands j they are busy trying to gather evi
- j i : i dene to prove that he was the man
, . . ifriehtened from a Palmetto avenue
r iif Orlando people were residence several nights ago, when his
-.J . tk i,.ji.' 1..1 nlektlr DrowlSngS awOKe several
mar sancx.lallir In hoar VOllUE UlUieS.
o,om rMn.aral It i said that Koss hit this tltv
Hk whiter with Cimers's! several days ago dfessed , in the. tis
1 fayed a season engage-! ual fashion vt those that travel via
id Who. with her hus side door Pullmans or on the blinds
I rts "of friends in : the ' but when arrested he showed signs of
Free Lecture at
Auditorium Next
Tuesday Evening
Coiey Cheerful
(The Associated Press)
! NATCHEZ. Miss.. Mar. 26 Wth
i his back broken and his body para-
i Ivzed from the waist down. Lieut.
Invitations are being extended by r.,nv to,iav is battline for his life in
the Daytona Chamber of Commerce i the Satchel hospital. Physicians sa'-d
to tne spcaKing at tne Auauorium ho nad abfn,t one chance ra ten for
Tuesaay evening by W . F. Brenn.an. recoverv and tbht hl3 condition is
of the National Cash Register com-. vfry serious Coney remained cheer
pany, entitled "Getting the Most Oiitjful Bnd pxprpg,, ,ne nope that he
of Retailing." , would vet be able to mako the flight
The Associated Pretp.
"WASHINGTON. Mar. 26 A bill to
ernment employes will be one of the
first, measures to obtain consideration
at the approaching session of con
gress. Salary- scales in general win
be raised, according to plans, but
wages for several classes of employes
may be reduceJ.
(The Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Mar. 26 Former Reed, instructor of
President Wilson is recovering from
the attack of indigestion that he suf
fered yesterday, Dr. Grayson said to
day, after visiting the former chief
executive. He is still upset and con
siderably weakened by the attack but
i speedy recovery is expected. He was
up at the usual hour this morning and
breakfasted with Mrs. Wilson. He may
take a motor ride thi8 afternoon.
Benefit for the
Erection of Marker
for Soldier Boys
Under the auspices of the Abigail j
Bartholomew chapter of the D. A. It.
a marker is to be placed m Burgoyne
Park. In honor of the soldier boys 01
School Children
Are Found to Be
U nder -Nourished
njured or marooned in the swamps
j along the Calhoun or Bay county coast
was tne theory auvancea ny uieur-
meteorology at
the station today after a study pf
weather conditions Tuesday night.
Reed platted the eourse of the bar
loon'sts and does not understand' how
the aeronauts could have ventured tin
sea in the teeth of fresh southerly
winds pervailing. '
A dirigible this morning left with
sufficient staying power to remain
more than a day over the forests to
search for the missing a.'rmen. Tha
Eagle boat which made a zig zagging
search of thirty-six hours, has return
id to the station with no news.
Mr. Brennans lecture Is ot great : ,h i,i,n t fh Par-ifi,- An iripie v.t,r u ...
interest to merchants, clerks an'1! Xrav examination showed fractures ilaV; war
: .. . ! 1 U. O
i tmmknnaiereut Dxosoeruy, naviu uuuSm
, . Utag from the.balcony 1 suit and wmplete outfit . .
tat on 1 ronvirt ions
- Ka ffava thAr last sea- - m
iift'et recalled the many'
he gave there last sea
14 his own band.
I .
'.this morning. His mother is enroutep Anou
'.here from Jacksonville, but is. not ex- un(t;
their wives, as well as other lines of ; of thc thlrd fourth ani fifth iulnharj
salesmen, ana win ne mceieniinsiy "-'vertebrae and doctors expressed the
lustrnted by a special motion picture j ff.ar &lsfl that he sufferfd internal in-
bringmg out the strong points 01 tne jurjes. Considerable fever develop
lecture.
The nlcture lecture will be free, in
vitation tiekts being distributed by ! pP(.ted to arrive before Sunday morn-
Secretary tTwny 01 ine cnamoer 01 Ing. '
Commerce to all those wishing to at- : ' - " ...
Various organizations are contribut
ing to the cost of the marker and the
Peninsula club will give a card party
on Tuesday afternoon at the S. J.
Peahody residence on North Halujx
Daytona Bearh. for the ptir-
Experimentj will 'be continued at
the South Ridge wood school with the
noonday lunches, formerly prepared
and sold for 15 cents by the Asso
ciated Charities, to determine exactly
what improvements in the child's
health and studies are attained, ac
cording to J. H. Meagley. president
of the Associated Charities.
Mr. Meagley, in speaking of the
discontinuance of the hunches owing
to the loss sustained by the Charities,
declared that of 37 children patroniz
ing the lunche service, the average
gain was 2.3 pounds
Searching Forests
(The Associated Press.)
PENSACOLA, Mar. 26 On the the
ory that the missing naval balloon,
lost with five men since they left
here Tuesday, night, could not hav
drifted to sea !n face of the souther
ly winds prevailing , .Thursday off
St. Andrews Bay, a huge navaL diri
gible with two days' supplies left thw
naval nir station to search the forest
along the coast. Meanwhile the search
it sea and along the coast was. con
tinued by seaplanes and vessels.
Rurr.r rs Say Two . Picked Up ,
(International News service) .
PENSACOLA. Mar. 20 An uncon
firmed rumor today sa'd two members
This proves that some of Uie chil-jof the crew of the missing ballooa
nose of raiding fundi to pay their por-1 ,ir,, -ptv undernourished." he said.' had been nicked up by a' merchant.
for zsew Orleans and
TEMPT IS
; 110 WRECK A
'jpA. B. A. R. R.
(U Med Press.f
!-3?E. Ga.. March 26 A
T a scouricg this district
tra of what is thought to
1 th third attempt to wreck
r tas atlanta, Birmingham fc
ritlr Last night an eu
1 Heated by unidentified per-
dows the track, crashed Into
1 and thence into the ticket
ting the ticket agent slight
engiui was unoccupied when
1 Off. A witness says he saw
an fn m the cab and escape,
WOMEN ACTIVE IN ST.
AUGUSTINE AFFAIRS
(The Associated Prejs.)
o-r a i-nT'CT! VW Man-h ?fi Worn- i
bv the police department lately s f gt Augustine has begun active! .
! that of. Willie Wright,, a Laronna ne- work aa cilv officials for the fit-sti
! ere.' alleged "to be one of the slickest Thf ..re members ot !
I . . Ti'.-ti: . . c ,v 1 "
SHOW'S THE WEATHER?
TODAY?
tlon i f Ihe subscriptions to
PT.
It is .hope. that '.ill Ihnae
prechtfe the service r-ndied their
;untry by Uie inple l ilies ex-oi
niai ft-! .-i-ndonVrl rhil.lrpn will Eain fast until K-ssel bound
they reach normal weight.: Children ; that the others were lost in the Gujf.
vlio. ai)-'.it T..t-m ,1 woiirnt can nht. he made to! . . - t i
gain much more than normal. j Searchers Cover 8,000 Square Miles
I turned to thc school phy ci;m i ' (The Associated press.)
thicken thleve3 known. Willie after
diers nnd sailor.-, will show this ap- ,...riio when I found the rfsult of the
i oreciation by contributing to the fund ! .,nchps ami was astonished to find
o erect ih! marker, any contributions i tj,.,t nearly every child is under
.'for 'bis purpose bing made to Mrs. j jit. a great many as much as
TiC H. itaynor of Daytona. ! j,.Ven pr cent and many 10 per cent.
I 'rtv. .. ,1... If.,.;, iiil-i i-;i,li I ..,- r 1 : . imn.ii ... i.ml t r nmit imia
111' IUUH-.1 Ul 111 ,,,.-..., ...... j ? IUUIIU It a. 1. X v.'l,t,"
the newly created advisory board on
bers are Mrs. J. W. E.stes, Mrs. K jfair"warm day-
Noble Calhoun ami .Mrs. i-.. . m-att.
! having terrorized the roosts and poul
jtry houses throughout the south end.
was caught ana couvicieu vy
officials and is now serving eighteen
months on the chain gang.
. 1. !- .ji.i that Willie had grown soi
r-s",? rrsr ""-"'t! HEAVY CASUALTIES IN
lets pulled from their roosts were F- IJ 1TTI C IT ClOl CRCM
OH I ILL ft I LigLLULll
.-.... ; are desirous that a large attendance '; ti,? lunc hes in school but will con
1 ,r,,i t.ic.-tt.,i hv th.. b,anl i : 1m nrvsent at the 1 uesuay carii pariy i-nuc tli. exneriment oy teeuinz a
of citv convuissioners. The mem-i ,,,.,,,, rlirA lator intn a! that
the fund may be considerably ; t-mited number at noon time and in
The high mark of .augmented ny tut conn iduuoii niao- order to conduit tnis experiment very
grees while the low mark was 66 de-a' futnl.
grees. rne aay was leaiurcu ov a
light southeastern wind.
Other portions of the country are
WASHINGTON, Mar.' 26 In 'fna
search for the naval balloon misitinc;
from Pensacola since Tuesday, air
planes, dirigibles and naval vessels
have covered approximately 8.068
square miles of territory withont
sighting a trace, the navy department
was advised today from Pensacola.
M. Rowe, Mrs. J. v. Myers, j
- r rnn..h m 1-1 o rrv
IIII1I.U UlllltXI- wi ui.rikw Ne
Will!c is in Jail.
experiencing warmer weather.
High
Boston 72
Chicago : 56
nsas City 0
w i ors u
FOUNTAIN OF LIGHT
i Cincinnati ..
(International n:wi Service.) j Washington
BERLIN, (noon) Mar. btiiKers , ;e.iV Orleans
i are spreading throughout the factor-j AtUinU
74
7S
S6
74
Low
50
42
54
48
46
WOULD INCLUDE CITY
OF BERLIN IN ZONE
OF COMMUNIST FIGHT
UPRISING OF ANTI-
SOVIETS REPORTED
IN EASTERN RUSSIA
66 :
WONDERFUL JET TO
VISITORS TO DALLAS
WELCOME ics of Berlin witn many rass mm-.
sings of Communists ooing iicui .u me ,
i Kiiluirbs this, atternoon. Fighting is i
i A.nriatton. I aeain reooi ted st Eisleben between
fNCWSMDCr ClllK'" ' c
v-i.-rr a nv v Y. March 26. Communists
, , of water, spurting 75 feet with heavy casualties.
. w
in the air. neautnuuj muiuiuauru
and govern incut troops
(United Press.i
BERLIN. Mar. 26 Plans to inc'i.i ie
0 imunist uprising were discovered to '.
, , . ' Mlav. Pol'ce sav thev have unearthed:
- .a mammamm 0? L w!""!
3 ! in America are said to be leading the;
3 revolt.
a: ths home of F. A. Seaman at 40t
South Palmetto avenue. They will ;
be weighed each week, the record will ;
be kept bv the school physician, Dr.
Josie Rogers, and everything possible .
s will be done to insure a record that i
' can be depended upon to determine ;
what our school board should do to.
' correct the condition. j
"It seems to., nis very probable;
that the children as a wuole lack a ; mii- east 01 Moscow. Some members
larse percentage in efficiency in their, of ,v,(. extraordinary commission in
sc hool work by reason of their --on- j ta, ,.j(v arf. siti to have been killed,
dition as shown by Dr. Rogers' reports f:Mlv ,,'t hr Soviet officials also were
(The Asssciated Press.)
STOCKHOLM. Mir. 26 An "Bti.
iet risiiiT is reported in Kaza. 680
o! each child."
n . r. . ruirtCMC ASP
ntiuvn vt .. ..... , 1, 1 rMV from TOUr rLUntU v.rnurvk.'.J ' ' ' ' -
(Udted Press.) ever changn g coored ry Hr COMING INTO THEIR OWN
!TA.? larch 26,-ln a decision powerful incandeMrent -rch UBh u; w Ated Press )
lata U-teriay. Judge Sibley 'hidden beneath ' PJU ure j ST. AUGUSTINE. Mar. '.S-Miss
lewtt defied the iH tition ot base, will bV'hBp,U,7mi3 Unnn Heist, home d-mnns-rauoa
opiates of the A. B. & A. of what pro ui.e be Am An
Uat Ihe order allowing the most , U ' f ' ga,,en ; n patronizing home indu.trios an,l
l,e rescinded. PrrUV A X newunion ; stead of ordering young chic kens this
station at w-i.", .n..rnm. ' ;h rfitrihnted
it will be Known as . ....
"j7.LE, SMALL
iHOniDATOWN,
C;PT BY FLAMES
Tn. A oci.t.d Pre., ) never li- thew7ni.andesl.eDt search-! this sea-on
-ACOU, Mar. 26 - Fin; swept j OOt W,ZZtly changing col- ery at Run
a .own of r-oo in Jack lights v ' 1 " attempted. ing such a
; fate bat night, burnini? the re,i xrfens mtnj arrive
l.oeO l-lorula bre-J
iatiV Uiuminated fountain itf the t An ad- tnal shni-
?JUor of the General E.ec- complete the order.
trio laboratory w , . ,,,1 . a !., rasrr in Ohio by
1 .,.1 'IC ltS nave uvcu vn m " " r- ,
, tl i t il oilnatinK fountains, but individuals, but at the U??-tton o
l,fore in lUi'.un ai 11 is r. win.-ttei .t the orders were combined
the scuems v. 7. : i:"r:: , a.ilh h.,t, h
Flagler county. Hav
trjve!
cor. di-
lu.iel and srv
allies, houses, telegraph ofli-;NEW
1 reside nces. Th loss is un-t
. The UU heard from the tei ,
. . . t sav-; ri I .
) was to (Vina the teleeraph of-, local hip a
the Bra was then in the office.
IS t OIITINUING
nell
a snort uisume
ed here iu excellent
RASEBALL FIELD tian and with a very small pei teniae, g
FOR ST. PETE'S H. S. 0f loss. All were of thoroughbred
(The Associated Press.) stock. 5
l-KTEBSHUUtt. Mar. 26 -The THROUGH I
FVEB GLADE S TO STUDY PLANTS j
will have a n-! l-' ,;po.! (The Associated Press ) g
inStoananuoun ; . t.Uy RISSIMMEE. March 26.-Dr. How-
M. Lynch. M.peuni.uuc- K-iiv. consulting surgeon at s
. ,,-t V 11)1 iiic - . . .
frantfll by the c:t
- I I TV.- 1 a f '
' "GI: AGAINST THE pjsHING BOAT GOES
Johns Hopkins hospital iu Baltimore.
and Dr. A. K. Small, of the New York g
will set out lrom g
1 Another Easter
I Comes to Inspire
I and Help Mankind.
Th- CHURCHES of THE i
TRIPLE CITIES on the morrow I
wit! again interpret the ever- ?
new Easter message. With it ;
comes a present day lesson of
greatest importance to every j
man. woman and child, the
answer to the quest-on, "What ;
is the object and end of life !
t-clf?"
In the record of the earthly
costence cf Jesui Chrst which
has stood unaltered through aM
the years is sh3wn H's li's o
true sefvee with its cl'max, th;
triun-ph over death and th;
ni-av. That exarro'e thus set
fr evr'v individual cf every age
and clinic s that the I'fe of the
rjrca'cst serves ' the most
nearly perfect if. at the end. all
those tabors Have be;n cowned
with th love for God and man
kinr which carries the soul en
throunh Eternity.
If th?re were no oth?r reward
than that which comes to God's
people on this earth the tru'ts
of right living and he'pfulness
to others are sweetir than the
flcstinq pleasure of greedy.
HE LIKES HIS TOWN
V;i"d. it declared. Insurgents hold
Mr- entire district.
BUT
READ AND SEE IF
HASN'T REASON TO
HE
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH I
TO BE ERECTED AT OCALA
(The Associated Press.) ; (Nrpaper Enterpr.se Association)
OCALA. March M Work has be-i MOBILE, ,'la . Man-h ifi.-Foley, n
cuu on the new Catholic church which . Baldwin county. Alabama, is the van
, is to. be erected at the corner of'adise (.f the world, says I.r. J.
' Ocklawab avenue and Tuacawiila ' Foley. Chicago capitalist.
street. The new edinte win De 01 ' Aiayoe,
ST. PETERSBURG WILL
WIDEN MAIN STREETS
(The Associated Press.)
ST. I'KTKIISBI.TIO. March 26. St.
Petersburg has found it i.ecf-ssary t-
widen "titain streets upon which
tr;.8n- is heavy and the city corntuU
smrr has ordered Hip work begun dun
ine - 1 he sunimt.r. with lite intention
'r er.n;,;( ting it before fall.
pcrpen ii(.ula'- Gothic dee-ien an-,
have a seating capac:ty of .H'0.
was touijie-: o-.
r,'iii pujiuSatio'.
vt 5.i0.0''f.
rre:-t hd..-
XiVA K':i-
It h
', no"it
' rip 1.
yedr-.
No ts I'njre " f f bu
bjve bta reeorded.
I '..I.; oi' e the y
Jie . ;!- 11-;. Frank
Dr.
Fol-y.
rh tiank
LAW
OcbOo!TION TO THE
NEW 'NO-FENCE
(The Associated Press.)
BROS'toON". Mdrch 26. The pro
posed 'no-ft'j'. e .-lock law' to be pre-
: setd to 'he ofx'. se. .-ion of the !ts-i-lature
will meet with tlie cppoiitioa
: of Lew countv ttockmen. The stock-
'men rei-enCv" foraied an orsanudtion WANTj CANDIDATES TO
for the purpose of fightics adoption
o! the proposed taeiiure.
n.-.t ut ions
ursfc".-' -Boehard
di'or
. 11.
in
di-
INJUNCTION GIVEN t
IN GASE OF COUNTY
SITE REMOVAL IN GA. (
ot
1 inlooker.
1
TATE THEIR POLICIES
'th Associated Press)
PKTFRSBt'RG. Mart h 21. :
BR ANN RESIGNS POolTiON
WITH NEW SMYRNA B. OF T.
(The Associated Press.)
' NEW SMYRNA. Mar. 26 R L. I
Mudsett has a.-iumed chirge a:. fc:
rttaiy of 'he New" Srryrna C oronado
' Board of Trade. He succeeds J- A.
i Bran-i. resigned.
(Int'.rnational Nei Service.)
ii'vV. ';' . Mar. Zi Judge Bell
in circuit court after midnight this
uiorn'ns. -ratiled an injunction
acain.-t the i.ouniy site removel. The
-dection In Calhoun cujinty has al-
- n- N--,el Mi'chell Ua alaresseu I IP3UV Win ll:IU, auu. Riam.-:u a. uiau-
fr,,er to e'-r ii thc candidates in ; damns petition to compel the election
.A, , , ,iv ,..m-ui'-sionr asking mana(;ei s to consolidate voteu cast iu
I si'. - . 't . . . . . j j ,,1 I rr-W,. ..I
m.ip public the piatlorru uie ciecuon ueciareu meeo-i. l ik crci
h thev are basing their cam- 'on was Marc h 10. after Judge Bell
had previously 'K-cisneu to grant a.
temporary injunction.
r s rij 1
up v.h:
pa 1 en.-. Tlie niavor said in his letter
ti'!i(t he di writiug as a taxpayer and
n'-r an oticial.
Sj HEAVY LOSSES
"nternatusal News Service.)
'iNS, liar. 26 Greek troop ;
aached au offensive against j
rka Walnesdav are continuing;
rivanva ana re uw wv. t
ASHORE; 33 CASES
OF BOOZE CAPTURED
your place is n
n.itaiiical flardens
' here soon for a month's journey g grasping after riches and g'ory.
i throueh the Everglades to make a g To,s Easter there is a mes-
study. ot plant life in the Bi; ( ypre:-s sagc 0f vjtai importance to
! and other distrit ts. They win ot s everyone and
i nHMi hv Seminole Indians. 1 he
two scientists will be olfered every
courtesy bv the Seminoles because of
'.the long standing friendship existing
'between Dr. Small and "Tommy Hot -
the oifl mean .ue . uan n--
Tnmmv Doctor" on several
b haa fathered snecniiens of
Anclated Press)
, -a Miami Beach po-' tor.
-Mi -stt ndinc from Akardar to; Mi-"'...,. ...a.ateo 33 cases ot . tribe
" a.:l laol ui6- . . nn
M a " ' Trks quor aboard a nsuing noat u.cu r------ m e.,ic.Inal v!u .md
1 looa). 'wo hunared lurks vhen tt ran out ot feas He .wio
ltu.".i me !- ' Irf rel w srrected forar;Jert tnem
t srt siSjn 1 '
CHURCH tomorrow to gam
new thoughts and renewed hope;
to join with others in extending
the Gospel of Salvation through
out this community. The an
nouncements of the Easter Sun
day services appear today on
the regular Church page.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
TO GET LOAN FROM
I GOVT. OF A MILLION
FIGHTING QUIETER IN
GERMANY TODAY WITH
I THE GOVT. IN CONTROL
i (International News Service.)
1 BERLIN. Mar. 2ft The general sit-
Y-SHlNGTON. Mar. 26 tfnowers nation in central uermany, wnere ror
,,t r,f th.- week began after, th f.a.-t two anyu mere naa wuiu
SHOWERS AND COOL
WEATHER PROMISED
FOR LATE NEXT WEEK
! (The Associated Press.)
I international News Service.)
Si WASHINGTON. Mar f--Th i
I . . . ,. .,.,r,,i.-"!-in ln.l'j'.' . thu fi r it T'A V
!2....i .il ,'...Lr,oni ir!iti in 1 he i Tiiiir-il i v with considerably cooler ; much fighting between government
s ; c. .v.n,.,i liri-n.. for 1 1 . St .('( iu ne! -AeathT i no brst hait. is
1 i used iii meet ins maturing indented-j for
the forecast ; forces and Communists, la much
eek i.eauiiiing i -piiiter today, with the government
3 - " , , , ! c, ! riHnail fatnine f.tn'.roi.
5 ig'rn'OgW!gM!SH''HJ!llN ne am! tor maK.u- i " ' J " - v.
Florida for the
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