Harry McAlduff mentioned
Polio Fund Total Reaches $26r000 Five Days Remain In Annual Campaign March of Dimes collections for Hillsborough County were above the $26,000 mark today with this morning's collections still awaiting tabulation. With only five days left in the polio drive, officials said today there was still some confusion concerning the proper address to which checks and cash should be mailed. The complete, correct address is; Hillsborough County Chapter, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Room 602, First National Bank Building. Checks should be made payable to March of Dimes. , Benefits Continue Benefit affairs continued to hold the polio drive spotlight. The Inter-Social League All-Stars will battle the Tampa Business College baseball team at 8:15 P. M. Wednesday for the benefit of the crippled children who some day might be able to walk because of the help offered them through such benefits as these. The game will be at Cuscaden Park. A 73-year-old strong man, Harry McAlduff, was to perform this afternoon at the Junior Chamber of Commerce Mile of Dimes booth at Franklin and Zack streets. Strong: Man Appears Bob Johnson, Jaycee chairman in charge of the stand which has collected more than $3000, said Mr. McAlduff will have two men stand on his stomach and another heavy man stand on his throat. He added that the "Tampa Hercules" has defied anyone to choke him. Appearing tomorrow at the booth is Peter Marchsotto, a glass blower who will be at the Florida State Fair, Jan. 31 to Feb. 11. He will make glass art objects and put them on auction. The ladies' auxiliary of Local 696, United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, will sponsor a dance at 8:30 o'clock tonight at the Carpenter's Hall, 204 E. Henderson. All proceeds will go to the polio fund.