The Key West citizen
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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
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1 Key West, Florida has 1eJ '' -

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most equable! climate in the 1 ir/4Krll 1hf liar a Da clod

country with an average -i8est tj as a west
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i ri Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt ..

8',1 G : "I :CREASE '

s a e ..aa e d9 x' 93.33 Heavier ; First Six*l 'j j jl l ; : : For Vice President

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8s s.y gw \ 3Innih* Of 1918 As TITO; IS TARGET ;I V ,

p5 S y : 1 Compared Wiih Like t u- V *
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Period, Of 1917 ; rJfr '1-, ABLE: AS RUMS'ItfG
1c ,COUNTY'S} LARGEST : : | ,
Building permits issued by J
City Building; Inspector Errol V. '
Sawyer- for the first six monthS : TAX ROLL WILL BE .1'i FOR HOUSING LAX

of 1943 J'amounted to 93.33 per .
(n7 Tae .4....?!.led Pftn)
cent more than they did in the '

similar 'period of last year, it : : .:REVIEWED SATURDAY President WASHINGTON Truman at July a press 1 -

was ,announced today by City conference today' in the White

Manager7 Ralph D. Spalding. :Count Cotiutij4aion Fill,. House said that Mrs. FranklinD.
I t, Iii the .first six months of this ti V 1 : Roosevelt will be acceptableto

h .year the permits issued totaled, w 1 t 'Consider-l -, AeSe meJ1b: LW OVERTOOK HIM him as a candidate for vice
president on. the Democratic-
4.i 823,573 as" contrasted withj 'I'' 'Totaling; .$2'I,823,167!E EFo'r ticket.

,$427,63m!) permits issued tor: : Asked if General Eisenhower

7 SAY VTIreybvtv!: : the first! half'of 1947. when, they ,: 'Monroe j jTjp I II I r would be acceptable' for the vice
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I equaled more ,Jrn.n't ey were in I : .. presidential; pos, Mr. T rum;in
IGNORING A THREAT O EXCOMMUNICATION by Catholic Bishop John J. Swint. II year- J the first half of 1946. T fergcst! 'tax roll ever sub- ,- replied that the reporters should a
old' Mariruth fozd. enured: the "Miss" Wheelingteaut'y contest at .Wheeling.. Wj Va- or x7Ar. mittedby"the county i which totals : ask the general that question.
: (ahoy/ Here is" the '
Accord .. e
I. r bodies in ; .v :$24X23,400 Viand is. $2,243,000higher ( i
of "totally
and bi bip had protested the "Indecent exposure" girl Mrs. Roosevelt's; name way
won first prize. fy > !Issued .month .
by -tfan- will be
& /T..,o ether girls withdrew from<<: the contest because of the bishop's. during : year; V I'. brought into the discussion be
threat Pagan beauty' paged dro the church.r f. T' i 1947 and 1948.as reported to the turtaedover t.lo. Monroe, CountyComniissaiat V'V "/ r cause of a remark about her far
to expell then> ,
I ._____ ___. _- T city manager by Sawyer:. .1 I ber a special' meeting vice president that had been
that 10
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made Clare Booth Lute f
y 1947' 194.Janu'JTy' by o-
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-" ''' '' $ 49,742 $143,909 > tit ( mer Republican congresswiirrmn
... .AI" '\ireh.Kap : Gandolfo' county tax from Connecticut.President .
Oil ustryWtll Gcrmally'TQBe February 25,750 100.042 '
1 .assc3sorvjaj'd;; today that there is ::
March 101.935. 123,790!) MARSHOL TITO (above). pre ftppyoXJrnateJy'. $ OOOOO more in Truman stated that
April48.212 182,045 mier of Yugoslavia formerlya horac&lcad; assessments than last he was confident he will be

Divided .May 102.140! 37.183 bedfellow of the Russian.Soviets year'arid: m<*Jro than $1,00,000,000 nominated on the first ballot at
Mm tAIl Demands J 'June V 99,800 1 185,619 has become the target of in non-exempt realty on this .Ie < st the Democratic National Convention
to be held in Philadelphia
their 'scathing attacks.. The year's tax..roll.. -
I Totals $427.659 $622.519Therc' .of $700,000 isshown : beginning July 12. He added
Communist 'Ceminforrtl of An/ -ingr?:tsC! : :
( that the deflection in the
is indication
that '
evpry -
iff the personal property ; .
Czechoslovakia 'ruled
1615 To 24 MontbsJ], J the permits issued V during 1943 by Moscow's Kremlin bitterly assessment i!. ,Gandolfo. said', j-! -.,, ," a South will not be as decided: a:?,
it to be. However
kWESTERN will greatly now appears
I exceed any permits A, fqispef.: $$11,168310 current '
.; .; AREA. TO BE->: '"issued in any previous year in accused Tito of departing'from' [ 'nonexemptrealty: sf 'total f' e he said he had been, assured
MEI/TJNG\ AT MIAMI ATTENDED -* .the history of the city. They arc' Marx-'Lenin doctrine and pursuing or"*$6,6 15,550 incurrent home- 849 that he will be nominated on the'

'YOUTHFUL FISHERMAN COM,1; I:FEDERAL. COYERNMENT -, certain, togo well over, a a hateful policy.. toward- stead cwmoUons; "a. total of $3- first ballot.
I BY SEVERAL! t' $1,000,000 Soviet Russia. personal assessmentsand Besides he declared the national -
; SAYS HE RODE LWHALE ;, SOVIETS -- -- __ __ __,- _...I.-.I.I a'telephone and telegraph Democratic ticket will bo
I KEY WESTERS ON OIL S successful in November. explained << -
; assesinehU'of $l90ltZ is: shown
'" CHIEF LEAVES. MEET ,Judge topez Installed ; in the assessment roll which will that the campaign i he

SHORTAGES JIt ] f ni*C..e/.tel' rrpe.' submitted to the ,commissioners 3a- will conduct will be similar to
the talks he made during his recent -
will take from 15 to 24'' BERLIN. July L.-The Soviet I reverted tothe 4 cross-country trill He will ,
Pn>peni'which i
,! r.months' for the bit industry to ( I chief.of 'staff' today\ left themeeting J j A&: President Of)( Rotarydc slat; under--tbeiMurphy! point out-what the' Republkin-

catch up with' the demand of oil '71 a k, r -MB:' *,i.tb .i'teprci Ri dc_ "X have been reduced to; :.. valuation _-. en strolled. 80thgFeA had
prvtlticts ir lhlcAuntry+'a meeting of .the four zone? 'in 9<<; ,!, I c. . t.. oFXfiSZ&jXr:: for' the most done'td'Tne"T>eopta, not f r ,tfmfJ'>i
held at Miami, which! was} ail- declared' the council Wi' HEAD. OF ORGANS' : 'j part 'the'! land, is located in the The congress had "failed miserably" \-
attended by Key West men. was a r 't- I Ii in meeting the demands
Best ]
(northy ; yerglades
told 'yesterday. longer; exists so far as. he ( 'ZATION fVUfANCES E.
Those who attended the meet- t t ( concerned: i t. ., I t housing needs ,in the United
ing held on the roof of the Co- Meanwfiile, -the British and I NECESSITY, OF GETTING -! in T ea ids Vaia States. He said that was only
lumbus Hotel from this city American government are preparing .ti Sea. lsjanil on%! of several. important matter;
were City Manager RalphD.. to send a note to NEW MEMB I ERS i j l 'V' .. Eor 1 June. tAt Pb.ttt that the congress had failed to. 4
arre.ialrwTU 'U' / ; JulyAll
Spalding Charles Taylor and cow about the holding \ I > attend to.
Allen E. Curry of the Gulf Oil trains in the'Soviet' zone in MoS-1 The idea of increasing the J r 'SEA ISLAND, da: July i.- HERSCHEL: L. BOWMAN. 44- The President disclosed' that
company: Francis Delaney of the I i many while- on their membership of the Key West Rotary i Among recent arrivals at The I of Monroe county's' .teachers year-old machinist (above), be had offered to appoint John
Key West Naval Station and 'western Berlin. v Club was: advanced today at Cloister Sea Island, Georgia,arc were paid two months* salary staods .in Jail at Chattanooga. Steelman as secretary of labni
John Spottswood of WKWF. Y The. organization of western the noonday meeting in SU Paul'.; Col. and Mrs. Edwin F. Trevorof I ycsterd yv''according to the an- to succeed the late Louis Schwsllenbach. .
It was stated at the meeting x tr' Germany': asa: federal govern- Church Parish Hall by Judge .. Key West: Florida. "_ nouncement ,today by Willard M. Teno after his: arrest. by offi- but that Steel/nan
that: the consumption of gasoline ment is going *on. apace. It was Aquilino Lope Jr.. who was installed Alburv: superintendent of public sets ,'investigating, marital had refused the offer. He .said
atone in this country in the first r announcedtoday- that 45.000,000 as, president .of the organization \vho is the retiring president! ; instruction!..who returned recently -! spa't. Sheriff W. R.Evans hail that he felt he could serve hi

three months' of 1948 was 13 per: 'G.rmans. will reside, in the west fair the ensuing year. Robert: DoPP. a secretary take from a Vacation spent at 'Hej, Bowman admitted he' killed country more efficiently as government J
cent higher than in the same ern",area "when the separate -I Necessity ah addition to the th ;place of Judge Lopez;, Chas dersdnville, N. C. conciliator than as labor -
period last year-greater than .is organized. .Comodete organization membership will likely find ex- Smith, treasurer: to _succeed fiigh-!! -Theywere-paid; for the months Melvin Cain. a grocer in Fort secretary
even the wartime consumption. will be 'effected early! pression when- President Lopez self, and three directors to serve of Juneand' ; ,-July in accordancewith Payne. Ala. nearly 2$ J'eus'agobecause

a There is no question about the next' year! it was stated. j appoint his committees to act in addition to the officers; JIol- a 'recent' Supreme Court the grocer refused to NEW BISHOP
supply of oil to the refineries L '.\ : Reports from the Russian zone with him during the current land Bervaldi Everett Russellj ruling that they were entitled to extend him further credit. The
for the known supply of it in ---- a: i said today that the Russians are year. It is expected he will name and Anthony Demeritt. the' back. pay covering' the vaca- prisoner was returned to Fort ;
this country will last at least 20 ,LAP Wtrlahvt. contemplating organizing a fed- I the 'committees at the meeting George F. Fector of Concord j tion'period. ; Payne to face the old murder :

years even with the increasing FRANK 1.: CABRAL. JR. eral government in eastern Ger t next, week. N. H.. was the only visiting mem- indictment. ,
consumption.It (above). 17-year-old lobster many. Should that measure j4be Also installed today were Ed- ber of the Rotary Club at the' i Raiaie l Is New j

is the question of the.re- fisherman of Provineetown. taken then Germany will be 'di- win Trevor as, vice president. meeting., ,. I II
fineries themselves. During the vided into two countries so -far -- John A. Wec'chDie's
war the industry was kept-'constantly Mass.. says he was thrown as governmental authority is MAN-HUNT TRAPS ON.E-LEGGEn' BANDIT j City Patrolman;;
at work producing'oil from his small boat-to the backof concerned. !
Now the in -a 60-foot whale at sea and I I I In Explosion
products. plants are Rene Raiale,. 224 Duval street;
need of expansion. repairs 'and rode the mammal bareback fora Wife a' former' United': State Maine'lw j
< short distance. He dived into I Aboard t
rehabilitation. I given' a, probationary'ap-j IlpointmentV t Sponger
It was stated at the meeting the sea when the whale I as a' City Policeman

that the old industry has 'four ,, sounded and swam to a near : Write History [ I I(this. afternoeso 'to City Manager j .John Alexander Wccch, 42,'
billion dollar reconstruction program by boat. I f Ralph. 'D. Spalding. ,
J died Wednesday night from injuries -
which will get underway who
Raiale, was one of 12 men: :
steel becomes avail i WINTER PARK, July 1., received in a commercial
ns soon as look the police txaminations. -'
able. The industry cannot get the I,.Service Board I (FNS-The Doctors Hanna. bus-I recently :; sponge boat explosion at sea 12
and I into Florida's colorful miles south of Venice, Fla.
steel at the present time it .ily digging The city manager: would not;
will tak'e from 15 to 24 monthsto Grants 2 Leaves ;i l history are agreed that two tli[ a when he,wpuld appoint otJ1I -: The body Is being brought to 4% ,
,get it for plant expansion and i heads are better than one. The Key West for funeral services:
repairs. Two authorizations .for leaveswere I doctors are A. J, professor of I Ierpatro"Aen-: '----";'_ -i and burial in the family) plot. c
Wcst situation I the history of the Americas endowed a+ Lopez Funeral Home is in
The Key was ;,
granted today at a meetingof t i .
not discussed; at the meeting. the Civil Service Doard. professorship/ at Rollins TICK OFFICE charge of arrangements. Funeral .
.. w'l'j-h was /; jonsured by the They were of 12days fur Zack College; here. :and Kathryn his services will be held Saturday
I wife. at 5 o'clock in the ,
Area Oil Industry Information Williams an employe of the City ALL AIRLINES afternoon d
their works is "Lake > f Ii of the Lopez Funeral
Committee. but it was pointedout Service Department and of 23 I f
that this city would be for Genesis Braxton,*colored |Okeei-hobee: Well spring of the : 'PRICE TOURS Home. tag;: .'" ii
days ;
without electricity if the oil a member of the City Police Everglades) the ninth volumeI ... ... ... n v. Robert W. Weaver of the _.... :t:, ;..:,'V .ii, N
I of the American lake series. i Memorial Church will offi
could not be obtained.Aluminum: Department. I Ley I .At' Wlre ailoa.f
; ___ 'They actually write books together v' ciate.
now one doing a chapter I Fi.taet.want'fiar.e' .. I;'. E. i, Survivors: Widow. Mrs. Jane DR. DANA DAWSON (above),

and the other doing another ,. TWINS GARAGE ; Weech; daughters Virginia. Cath- pastor of the First Methodist
Roofing Palace Theater : chapter Already Mrs. Hanna r erine, Jennie, Dorothy and Alma church at Shxevepori. La. was t
has added two chapters to her .T.:r Fttruilr aiadebaker rx.ier" Saunders; son. Edward tie bal.
-at- Roy Rogers and Smily Burnette t.t&e. D...' ate..t P.- elected bishop-on 29th }
"Florida Land of Change, a revision Saunders father, George D.
STKUNK{ LUMBER 1 YARD "Uuder'Western Skies { of which comes out this r t Auto 'l Repairs! : Painting, ]! Weech; sisters, Mrs. George Bar- lot by delegates to Jurisdiction the Methodist
TELEPHONE: S18 t NEWS and' SERIAL fall.. ,Body find! Fender' Work Earl Weech. I I al conference at El PMO Tex. .,
I 1 u! brother _._ __ -"- -
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Outboard f Motor Races i Roses Are, Red, -Old:fashioned ETTyffTTTTTfyffTTTTFTTTTTTTTyTVTTTVVVVVVVVTTTTTTBody and Fender Repairs j I

Violets AreBlue _... SALE .
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4th 2:00 PJW\ I l ; CAR wrr*.bot<
.Sundays July I I I Paint Shop
OurSTEAKS_ Are. So-o-o JERRY' MALLECK (center). coafMsml a-Ig9ed member ofgang Key West Woman's dub' a

New County Beach Fool of White Street i Tender (?) a which held up a gambling joint shot two policemen and )U
.Sponsored by' And just cryingor youlWEAVER'S Eluded a rinj of 200 officers surrounding them in a stone quarrf, I STOCK-UP For A I i C f
-is trapped hi hU home *t Chicago. Police Chief C.J.Bu.hl (lift) i ALL WORK GUARANTEED
of Chicago' suburban kOP ge and Patrolman J$ je'Robbins '
// Inclement Weather Prevails.:.Races Will Be Held Monday are making the arrest. Police Commissioner,Stanley enuki of JULY 3 IE.MONROE.. MOTORS, Inc. ;
Better Food Than Poetry.' suburban Lyons said MxUtck mad an oral admission that 'ha 1 / ,ire WHITE STREET '

ADMISSION.. FREE ., : Thank Goodness was CM of the four men sought-in the maa-hu&t. He named' at 4:00: P. M. l. 1'our Friendly Ford Dealer"t
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SUMMER WEATHER ........S I...I... I a.a "
!t.t1 1KrJ4U ; aiitiEvfl: NOT SUCH AHOMES\ I II

Pakuined DUi Exe.pt Sunday by Radio. Program? S In .
: NOTICE'The. West
-- Li r. A T>f AW. OwBer *>d raMlakrr4f Offhand, pne would thmn: tHat in Key

.a I D. ARTMASf BvclMBB MuaKC* ......................... .' .acKesrniMh't roll.f' the City I ( 1 '
because it theuth .
'JTom The OHieft *nlldUi. Key West rnmost Key WestFlorida for the year
*Crooif. Ann 8tr_ta I L U1S will lie open for isepeetina by Gone
Corner Hit : By
'Only DaflNiirtfllCI7 Welt and city in the United States, the weather in 1. t the public at the Tax Ansevsor's rt :: Days ,
Daytime Summery Office In the City Hajl Mondays\ "V tcJSlllf45Gc \
= anBAroa County 'I / :
the summer would be warmer than in any I Selected pr.flr m.as HatH ....,. through Fridays between.tn.-hour \\ AS. TAKEM !FROM nLE3 Of
jittered at Key Welt Florid aa aoeond eJa... matter a?.rue'cset at the same time Men *, 2:00 1'. M. aa other citx in the country. But such .is not ssy:three** Friday. KeMer* ..... 'j l*> 5.,, nil 1".11...... THE CITIZEN OF _
." JlEIIBER OP THe ASSOCIATED! PRESS I feme.Pee..at.Ma-S..t S iiCTQ&.LOOTED ; JULY 1. 112
'- Tbo Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the case. The maximum temperature far mewnUia **** .t*: J, S CUir Clerk
*ie. for reproduction of all news dispatches credited here in summer is lower than in most .. Jan :3U.U.2.I-ft.S.' ; Juil.24. : "nm..mn"qptul: ""fti __.. "t'.A
to H or not otherwise credited In this paper. and JUNE 1541. "
21 ThROUGH JWT 1. The Overse Highway will be
11!so the local newt published here. other cities.

: SUBSCRIPTION! !\ RATES -.na. '.: 1-THE CIRfl'IT:COtRT W THE ; formally opened to the public
One Tear .|i.eo We heard, for instance. of Washington ..-Honeymoon la .'T.-II 1 ELKTK>TM IHC1AI C1H. iczI *J tomorrow. The three-day celebra-
.I"'.IT OV THR T'TK' OP FLO- ttion I with theI
*1* Months LOG having 110 degrees in the sun on Tuesday Breakfast Ciubaba r '\. l in connection
'::\ IDA. IT A.n. POM 'VOHORl
Tureo Months S.7i t:1b! -Barnjrird Tomes-cks ; will begin at Bahia Honda
Ane Month 1.0W.sk1y and of other temperatures close to Valley Folks-mbf ..**.*;u-' COIT5.. \ CHA%t.'F.R'.. I event
.. .Ii :; Wsrinf Show-abo V* '\ ,1.:". .'._ 'e. 11-los :in a ribbon-cutting ceremony

: the 100 mark. : Music For You -ebMy .y: M ARfiARETKRATOCiiVlt, -'"Plaln'tlfr.i S j I{The ribbon. will be cut by Miss
ADVERTISING! RATES! Story Drama-* e -
Ifade Known on Application The highest the temperature bas 10'30-Hbar of Z.rtale-nb S ARlt-, '. -" DIVORCE ; Bernice Brantley, Queen of the
>,>- Halt Hour of S.ri&Ie-cbe "-i; J. KRATOCfWIL.t Fiesta.
SPECIAL KOTICB been in Key West in 71 years i ia 94 'degrees Say It With Uuclevibbs .- Defendant. .
All readlar notices, cards of thanks resolutions OttORH fer ftBIJC\TIO
It00-Arthur Godfrey ilta: ew -rbsBreakfast 4.
wf reepeet, obituary notices. poems ete.. will ... and the highest:: maximum average ia Holly wooo -a botlrtO TO; Lt. Edward J. Kraicx-h\il; % li Monroe county commissioners
*. aTged for at the rate of 10 etuis a line. : nutria : sup -Salt arvCosn. i meeting. last night, granted
Den Alexander Eho" at a
_NotK.es for entertainment by churches from which temperature is 88.9. -mss .',!?. J*. TK >'OH
S revenue Is to 'be derived are 5 cents a line.The 11.45-Serials 11i.hrc.-cbs, Kodlafc,, Ala""''. _' another lOOQ for the highway
w Citizen Is an open forum and Invites dlscuiicn We don't have to go out of Florida to Aft,.... : You ".... hereby required to appear celebration.
of public Issues and subjects of local or to 'the .Iill fer fHvnree filed S
Jieneral Interest, but it will not publish anonymous find occasional temperatures reaching 100 12:00Welcome) Travelers-aba against ..you in theabove styled I-/g '
,Lpmrounlcatlons.MEMBER. 12.39-Words and Music-nbf ratiKe.on or -before dia 2nd day of S.-1_ Girl Scout of Troop 1 will decorate
degrees in those weather -
though citjes: the 1.-OO Mumlc,Half Hour__be Ava-u..t.. A. IX U4I; oth.rwi..ethe Vb'( the welcoming arch at

is not as warm as in several other sections 2:00-Double or \>thlnr-abo allegation contained.. therein _.IIIbe' \ Stock Island with natural flow-
Queen for a Pay- nbs 'AIr.n.a.. "nunfrwrd. ,
of the country Phoenix Arizona, -8ertab for J* hra.- tM S r. Bride and Groom-ak Florida. thin. 3 ath day at Jim. A. tomorrow
for instance!' experiences temperatureswell 14 art ill .Block R.cerdim It. IX!*. the highway
@ 1948 t* -t*.tea Be S 'Jeih.K1:3OTIII (Circuit<< Court ff\l:' -
above 100 every summer. : House P.rty-e .Ross C 'Sawyer, Charles E. Smith agent of the
Paul Wbiteman Becerts-*bt Cleric f Circuit Court. Lines in Key
The last few days Key Westers have By Kathleen ;.NollareDeputy Clyde-Mallory
1:00-Hint Hunt Quiz-ebs S Clerk. / West. returned yeterday from

informed The Citizen.that they: were<< gladto 440:-To-Winner Be Announced Take All_sbc- "s \\II.I.IAM for V. Af.BrRT.Attorney r"lalntlff.;' \ San Francsico where he had attended -

get back home because of the. cooler Treasury Band Show-abe Jnll-8.li-J..:! miIV p.. -tna International Rotary
140: -tubert V Lewl.-.bl 4. ') \ -
-IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST weather here. One said that,.he f' thought KU4U.' flour (west rtpttt 1-V. i .1-1 iS convention as a delegate from
later)-e.bc and mba # _- \ 5.-i the local club.
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ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN: he would have collapsed while yi<*- "1.11'0' HT OF THIluvn #_
away *
': : turn and Ablllr> -cbs-tut_ : ii lilti,.. ('II"") IT INOH i -

iting, had he not been able to. enter a "P.. *''OKOKt ,01 ,'Tt. The Cuban naval band will
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.: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. building that was air-conditioned.. _- 4a.. ".. 11--t1i. give a concert Sunday evening
NEtWOipROORAMx. MKl.noi-p.vi: it. 1Iaf'FA R,..' r.. m Bayview PSrk.j .
.. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Sea-borne breezes are the reason, :for Catttrn/LacafTime.; Vu i.*lttiudtrac i .. ,.:r '. *, .*-i,*. J' lnt",'! I Ross C. Sawyer who wen*, to
3. Airports Land and Sea. .ne' ........*-..r'. meuxtamsubtract I .5'
the cooler weather in Kr \V st. It makesno two ....,,,. Same t.u' ,ta. 1ARIN .kD.iaePAnJANr-: FOR AMERICANS h;. Chicago to .$Ign city refundingI
4. Consolidation of County d tnn" change heur ef rlay> te fl| a efendant.POlf I returned last night.
Governments. difference from what point of the compass leeI tchtduMt.. Latt: ,MI fttoM;are-. 'S .eiSEa .Pi MLK''TIO%". !;
City .ram ..UlI'I et._be iitcluitd.THURSDAY : j TO. : IIARIqN ..tps : )MacFAUL-ANH;
the wind blows here it comes from : '
5. Community Auditorium. :. ;rwetsqs .tree F- 1 Marry WellacoU. former Key

.. -- the sea. It is the land breezesthat ca'use JO&T- 1 I t I .4zprlnSfIrW.! .tR ,5RKBV:.-ifawuirhufiettsI KOTIKIBH:: W'ter, now a resident relativesand of Tampa

.1 that a bill Vf.poirtplalnt for divorce tve visiting
the to rise in cities. .\Ve \is.
mercury many IvtntofI ban been. filed against you In the! ,\ .
know of a city not so far away hose'e- :00-X ws Report. 13 illn.-nb* above' st\rd| cause by .lIL-: I _
: Xeweeast Krery Day- be BOCRNB II. llaeKARUVNfX and ,
MONOGRAPH sidents dread a westerly wind because of Network Silent Hour-abceit you ara hereby .ordered and required Jllnaionn Cates and Mr. and
Kiddies' Hour (repeat}-abe-west: to fde ydur .appearance.answer ''Mrs. ihur Cates who hadbeen

; Dear Folks: the heatfit brings. But in Key West a westerly Kiddle Network!Hour Silent.tr(1'peat hr.l-iabs-rast)-nibi-wtit. or other pleadlnfiii In raid : nsifag in Arkansas, returned .
: Prize fights draw immense crowds wind comes from tHe bosom 'of the 1:11: Of-Sports), and: Music Uoeks Time cb-.abe July 1 S4*; "otherwl'e the .allrgratrn -,I vest.rdayI ,
I.a .
*>_of said bill will be taken !
and yield astronomic profits, but scientific Gulf of Mexico. .__Jean )MrKenna Sonr-cbe-"itI eonfefie byyou.. Thin ale.to I Today 'l"e-rn. in
cbs- flC'V"e I Citizen an
be put>ll-hed in the Key
lectures draw very small crowds Thus far this summer Qur highest ':45-Newscast by Three-nbc j I Citlxrn Key ">".. Florida editorial pa-agrahpt
Lowell Thomas _
.troseatllfrcb.7OOSupper SL. week for four ron!! "Have noticed how
: and; often do not pay expenses. Un- temperature has been 91. Judging by the Club-nbc-baaio week*: you ever
much talk
doubtedly the hoi polloi prefer brawn records it is not likely to goabovetie. ; fig :>The.w>Beulab and ConMnfOtaryIulton febow- im__' fx 194 THIS!. lAth day. of' June. A. ft about nothing some ?>"eOp'an"
) L wis, Jr.;-Tuba .
R::. > Rn C
brain. a) n SawrerClerk I .
to ure during the warm months. 7:15-News and ComroeDt-nbc. of the Circuit Court, ..
p Jack Smith and SOBB- THE ORACLE t abe
News tally: Dinner: Date- mba J l/eoutr fleck S
If democracy is to succeed the minority !- 7:3*-Vap Pamme Quintet-nbOd rn rosTAS.). for IIAKR Plaintiff iAttorne FI.ot'O (Know Am.r'u)

I, must accept the decision of the majority. !- JltP'T rry fVsyne Morgas-abc.siL: 00111I'0. '> SdhId Miami(ft? 111"-3:..)hondaJulili..154".' 'wlldlntr I 1848-(100 years asPublic

IT CAN BE J DONE a \ertd-abcc(. debt around $48 million..
:. ; ?t.ws ConmcBt-nbs .. GARAC !.
7:4S-Harkness Comment-abe .:. f.... & )O,,, i 1847-In effect: Act ot Con-
News Broadcast- ba S .v'THE .rmrriT COrK OF THE iI I t gross by which the Government
( : From the point of view of lire loss:' last fcporti Comment-nibs Bl*>KNTH Din'L, riRCI IT ,1 becomes the sole source of rijue.
NECK AND NECK IOTo Bo Announced-nbe : II or FI.OHIHA iM1 KOKMONKOh -
;year was the blackest in American h s- To B. Announced-cbs .'.. S : COI.\T: %'. 1' ('H.-. ... i of postags: "stamps.
.; Iront Criminsl I'ale-abc.e..t Caebook-abe.oeet, 'CEItT. IT5 LIVING AM re' =- I ;.;. I 185I-Fll'st 3e postage stamp;

3ory.: The total destruction was about On the average, 80000.000 gallons Lucky Partner Q.ia-mb. viol_ 1 P.ANgfl Wa. .11-42 '.1'" .. !I issued in honor of, George.Wash..

.: oooooooo. of oil are being sup'pli each day to the ';3O-xw Mr. Keen's Fahow; Drama'rimiaal ':io'': PlaIntiff + ." I ington.

4' Uasetooete '- 'honThI." ... ,.. .... ,'. j 1859-First recorded intercollegiate
At the same time, however it was a consumers of the United States. That i& an Henry Morgan-abc-..c>t Defendant.. iT tIijs baseball game: Ambers
Talent a
Jacl.po'-mbl 11/
'ear of progress in fire prevention work. incredible. figure, and representsn. 1Jt S:S 55-Billy ROM ornmnr4-wba! ." ir" i\\ f 1O1hT, \OTlrR() GRONERRok TO APPK4H. ;: : i' vs. Williams, $ at Pittcfield, Macs.;

According; to the National Board ,of Fire time high. Yet demand akepup! with *:Oft r--. Mn me(e*Hallaitt\ l rltlT-cbsTo ,t* La S NVwark 01' 'Xew vill. Jersey A* n"e v. S I I Amherst 73 to 32. winning' 26. inning game,

""Underwriters] there was material improye"roent production the race isdose.. i Qabri B*l Ueattor.Commen-WitC' "* alit I Toe"f..rIJ an- .- -hereby%' re. .ha notified. horn that t Jfl5d a .,f/2frFioe T [ i 1862-Internal v Revenue of Excise ..

." in the delivery of new fighting equip- The efforts of the* industry'to establish ':1.-Se. Bros.dcaat-mb. against" you herein and.TOOare required tax bill enacted-first such
*::3ft: Jack Carson t Ere-nbp / to tilq your appearance or tax 1818.1863Beginning.
*'* ent. The number of cities adopting the a comfortable margin of supply'ovei* ( Time Photographer-rb. < \ .nll..f-* heretd on or before July '. : since
Candid JJicrophcne: bc-. ttAndy \ltr! ; otherwise Decree Pro Con- of the three-
-Board's model fire prevention ordinance consumption deserve national recognition. Si-oct.tosseil Page--eb.-mv.t.-g.fue.b.... F .i tIred *111 l1 entered_against you.. day battle of Gettysburg.

:"increased by 48 per cent. Many cities made Expeditures for new construfc'ion i during 14.-3010.1.; Ba.ekgr.uad'lnbe1OQ3aeb I June-'Detedat t. 1 4S.KeyVeat..' .- Fterida.-- chic. 1867=The Dominion of Can
HaWk Qui->be"">.' .IS Clrcaif! Codyt 'Seal) ada created by union of the
progress in strengthening their building 1947 and 1948 will total some $4,000,000-- The P1a'bouee-cbs ROSS C SAWyfI1.Clerk \. Province of Canada.
Boiin It S hew-Ike -
8ports of'the Circuit Court.
:; ;aw$. The President's Fire Prevention 000. Last year 33,000 new wells'were drilled oWigr Theater-mba \ By: Florence E.' Kaw> .-r. 0 $ 5TOAA e. t 1881-The American National

;Conference initiated a long-term programjivhich and aboutr37:000: will be sunk this 1.:SO To-T Be. Be Anupeed1ta Asunanced-abs .. .. ..,(.. MORRIS S O.S DeputyClerk. "WARNER ESQ I RM ero RM I IS ,, Red Cross incorporated.

baaee Jluslc-mbs .. Solicitor for_ .-Plaintiff.. ,.. I 1918-The -Wprk or Fight"law
has been felt S S iri I .
to some degree most year. .0.45-Eart Godwin Ta1Ir-abe : jun 10-1T-24: t.itt8 I in effect
-of the states' And the Spring Clean-Up And this number will be increased if 11.00 New-Xw and*. Varlet Dance).Kasd I hrs.--* Dance Band 2 iirLmbs11:15Nes& 1'1 THE riRCUT ('OEM? OP THRMK t to
"iVeeks adopt unemployment
attracted an unusual degree of coOperation sufficient tools become available.The .'. ELEStNTH JtD(1AL. flR'LIT rompen-
Variety to 1-ebcj-
and eliminated many hazards. job of making usuable' oil 'prod UOO-taacln ceotIanedabe.w..! ...-Iy' -AND-POR THE STATE WOSHOR'OP PM('OtTt.a >MIUA.. -J--- ... I sation.1939-The WPA- Federal Thea'tth II}

J" It may be strange that we should have ucts only begins when the crude comes' I .., ;'H.. rfR"s..' 11-428. PlAN h"-.sOZ I. ter project abolished.' v ,..Sf.

1-ecord fire losses along with such intensive out of the ground. So the industry is work- LEGALS JAMES. .' J. KfjRS, Plaintiff, : ., ... $ECOMD F2002 J I! famed? 1940-Germans Line take in France.oVer the x...
-prevention work. That simply indicates refineriesand f TJ. mvoRccANNA --- .rt
ing overtime on building new"
KAPP 1941 750,000 youths reaching
I\ THB CIRCVIT corny or THBKI.KVKNTH KBENDefendant. tj.
-the extent of the fire danger The total modernizing old ones on constructionof "JtUiriAI.RTI: ITOP I .. AP.NewsfeotuiesT age of 21 register for the draft. .h.
THB UTATK' Of fLOniDAIV I ORDER: "F.t'8LIf'AT'8 T\ :COkIPACT $ xrOOlfhowe; can be built as :i "honeymoon cot-

Dumber:: of fires has been on the increase. storage plants and pipe liuee, and on CIIAWERI0.A.>:1> FOIL- JlO'UtOf: tOLtTL.Is TO S ; Alan Kat: i> Kea >a$." with the ,cond floe left to be finished :when the family Northern 1942-U.S.Ireland naval in operation.base in

and in these days of high price the aver'age' the expansion of its marketing facilities. '.*. V.. Il42LIblVRCE' it, Carnegl, Pennsylvania Pise.Pittsburgh 90ws. By including a shower stall In the Uratrry the ground floor I 1944-Opening of the Br.tlon

\ fire does much more dollar damage This is the reason why. in spite of doleful CI. REVCli. n.. ,KOiV10.TMalktlff.. .A'. I. TOM ar. hereby required. to apttffth wtU! :comprise complete tour-room dwelling! Designedly & -i* Woods N. H.. International
; :: 5e'b Bill or Complaiat for tram A. Weber. architect. 221 North LaSalle SU Chirago 1. IlL. this Conference.
?han before the war. And due to the building predictions, we have not had a real oil V.- PJvone" divorce in lh. above styled cause *n (I Monetary
M*RO\RCT O. KOKN10. -- -- I ofbefore. twelfth day. of July.A. plan. W-S02 corers an area of about SOS square feet with garag.. i| 1940-First day without price
.; shortage, many homes and businesses shortage and have been inconvenienced Dfendant.ORDER <" D. 1S48. otherwise* the alleecatiopa IrjcFuding a full basement, the house contains approximately 18.000 !' controls.

*are housed in substandard structures only by temporary 'and'10caJiz ; \ "Dry OF. BLICATIOV. I t frrf> d.therala l :1IHU- .betaken' ail con- cubic feet. The architect iugg tt a red brick exterior accented i 1947 Secretary Marshall: )

TO'I.Fiar.. it K..It I... ..TlMa erd.'ia to be published enc The first floor bedroom brands' 'Soviet's ,cry'' of 'Imperial-
\vhere the risks S < with ,white trim and green shutters. ,can ;
: are abnormally great.
52 )lnr.Vn' ifiv4.WLLTW.ofl. I a> w'rk for four r m w U> week I. "
"malicious distortion.
..('aflf.* 'Te- 'rWU *". -a-j n.wo-> double as a library. as '
= Last April was the first time since Next winter when heaviest demand : :: .
Ton, arfberelty repaired t ay.prmr.to pubtishedlo, i ty-of. .Key .' __ I I

farch, 1944, that monthly losses declined comes there will be need for voluntary ,! In the the PUT bajroiyl I of Complaint a T<"u for"-"dliTOITA *|nor Wosti.poUpANn41nrRtn Fnrld&.r:. ;t .", Sib '1'. TODAY'S Bntceville, Ohio. Died Aug: 24,I I The Rosetta Stone containing -

Helow the same month in any preceding conservation of' fuel oli users,'Unexpected ; bffor 4* ibe' l lh' day. .f July, A.D. t ( l'p r ; ,.; .1'.1;; : '1918. i inscriptions in three a'net'ie

;'ear. If that continues, we will make a developments may make the sui>-ply-a i therein lIlh.MkiIe will b* taken,th.slegti.sj a. eoafotwod. ,!..t 'Ji.. .;..htwiwr'- :- "1. ANNIVERSARIES 1854-Albert Bushnell Hart, :t .languages provided the key
OSark.ol'5ke elreelt'-roatt, that unlocked the'myatery of ancient -
This Order toto ho-ubIIabed eofs ; f (Know Arterica11791Margaret ) famed Harvard historianprofessor -
rSent in fire's ravageS: It can be done if we mand situation tighter than can before- a week for'four'eoniecutrr. week p r ,MOUse.' '*u4y.- 11.414*:- Egyptian hieroglyphics-
Iin Tb' .. Ely Went Citizen, a _v.. 'By- (..*> 'AAi>.. C.;;i lx>".wr,rih, Mercer. daughterof ; born at Clarkville,. Pa. Died
keep the fire prevention campaign going seen now. But the public should know that} paner-pulilUlied. .In },ha CIIJ'oI""l! -- 'tL'.arr.rr Clerk. who June 16, 1943.

.land intensify it. all the resources and energies of this highly ,I V\-roroln'* t. Florida. "- ibtellth'4>r:of Saikkov lsdl-.AhIaii. fer' Plai.t\\ reduced a Maryland governor freeing 1861-John G. Clarkson, popular -I Jane Eliot, English poet who
hersai to for single
.. JdM* A, U.' 114*, '. J-u"H. July; "IUS poverty -; Chicago and Boston baseball died in 1805 is known a -
competitive industry are being devotedto i, (SIAl4 her slaves founder of a ,noted -' pitcher of the 1880's and ISDO's, : ballad, The Flowers of the

t:: NATIONAL FOOD SITUATION the enormous task of seeing that no one i Cleric ROJIB C of 8avyer.th. Clrealt Co rt.Afonroo .5. it.iit'ti T O fMEDl'RSils:3 Xeoiu1 Virginia girls' school born in born in Cambridge, Mass. Died Forest," which she wrote on a
.. Coaaly. i1.I4a. ProMit, Act. 110. UI) wager with her poet brother
really suffers for lack of oil. "* By (s4| Alta. C- i.eogwsetb,. IK- TttB. ... IKr '';.TMB' VQ l1tvJItU4h Annapolis. Died Sept. 17. 1848.J80Z .: Feb. 4. 1909. _ _
i. ", rae- :
I Heeftolt
-_ Food will become more plentiful asu'pplies -I: tOne J. _. Porter IVSoltelle Depasy Clerk c> ..,aA. raO"-'Tfl / Gideon Welles Hartford .I/ "'"

-, of many foods increase seasonally) good thing about the, advice that (r* raj.tiff.juafl.24Jo11.5 JIrttaItOt S iixsiq n.- .cox.Deceased.- Cqnn.. newspaper editor IA.colns a-

-during the late spring and summer months. editors pass out is that nobody-has{ to takeit. ; I't'Jti0wC T. AW CFe41tara *M p.reeea Ha.-. I navy;born famed in Glastonbury secretary of, Conn.the!: From where I sit_/.v Joe Marsh
"; iv 'THK "VWY( r..mr. tev CUlma or l>rB>aii*. Against
However, compared with the same period I% :'D FUll MO\ReB' C.l Tft aid fct>tat*;* I Died.Feb. 11. 1878. -
': F..IDA. IS r.O..Ttc.p. T.a aad eack .( you are birebySMUI.d 1818-Josiah soldier.
-tast year, total supplies will be slightly In r. Katat of .ad rm.tf..* In Sree5ittsy I
1II,5$4 c\.ftRT Q.tltTItfftE. .. rlalm aM dn.a.da walo ye.. Confederate ordnance chief who :
malJer. months
During these market supplies SOCIAL SECURITY S Pella.... *r--.ltk.r of ye., may l aif. ..arJ.fit performed a remarkable job, father .
: :t8TU'B fit C1IEDITORS thee4ete.''flf llUai B. C... .d.- Farmers
of meats
turkeys, most of the manufactured To Al Credttora ...4.r .* rea.....- WH. .( said County. t a the of a noted surgeon-general, 4 Pampered

dairy products, and fats and oils Conservative estimates show that 6- HavingClaims' Said Kstatet or DeniandsAraiaM County Jvdr of MOSIOS C.tJ' born in .Dauphin County. Pa. :
: t Iba.court
FWrMa. a.* utile. *
jother than lard are likely to be smaller. 000.000 people. are living on relief and .annuities \ and eack of yen pro kerety teiua r.: il"c. hsrwrst. Died May IS, 1883.1g46.William j I I
i i"d required to orsasM Pitelde.witItj: -.iyttd' rptedartaadhp H. Brett. q veland's folks .III10W2 were plonxUig" BtfTtfttaf.<;>.B4Uctfe
If Ute
$ummer oranges also will be in smaller in the United States. What are we any drnunds whiek yao. Sl thC tnc.r fht'obUsatIee.
or silk.. .! 7.... raaj; kavo $5uIu5 ed 'li. tebskije noted librarian. a man of : let tolerant, th,,'. k. really 'S tht syaavi. !pItO sjdt'a. I.

: i .supply.. No significant change from the going to'do about it? .. UA.T1ISlU2.the .,.,at. of.ieesee.jab.IL1.1I"CCJ..f.pe14C000ty \. knit shall--us SInIIII.ttato Rd,'t'n the: waeo 5 III.of wyltilig-rosi.' enthusiasm and: friendlmass, bomlI1l1JlJlIIlIlaItlfUpnmmmtmnU111R1. i I burned .p over that nationally circaUted frettiBf ho IuD, relax. witk

"same period a year earlier is anticipated It is safe to say that the buying powerof to tko C-.fy JodW ..1aaee I i.nr** and pout office: a44r*? of .! article on".... re.farncrm the BiuM over a vtrfcraUflauf
"' eo...,,,. FlvrMo, wtkia> ... .cUlma*!. *nd shall be' sworn nimw= -
Tjfl, the supplies of most other foods. Ketail the average annuity cheek'nder old e1C"4 <*) rofcrodar fBMtk. from itt ... >'c tboaira|. ..t. Jaia ....... or' I I ," tleaaibia& te. .* thi>S off ..... .tASLI .
tlmo of Jko.fint "; ox UUNotte kls ...u..P, and a.,:i _lit -rbUm .r the fat of Ute laM.i .
i sot
rood prices in the next few months will decline age and survivors insurance now represents *. B.rk).rtahn or demoBd cball 4.m4d Pat c.. fAted absil be ........ S ALCMARK tbt f&rutrto4aj's
.p' be |e writ Inc. and ahall IU &. Ik* 15 HARRY R. L\&Jn&P.JI. i homwherelsftthefsrmfrll fntpn1JU ia his habits,b>. Bert's
k __- seasonally but probably will remain less than $12 a month per. person as place tef. residence and .post off," A, .x'rat' r .,t.tk* tart WIH, s.d CARDS anything "pamportd.." If he's Tep4nf glass of bttr .but t.Ur-
addm* 6f theclaimant and BhaJl Testament of :HJnnie B, Cox de. -
-above the 1947 level compared with 1940. be sworn to br the xlalmant. UsafeBt. reared-. News Model : better off today tksa twenty years oaf ia kU opivlovv So bill pr t.-

.. .. There is trouble in those tremendous <-' or lm bt or. depurnd atrvroey.Rot. mM ao. f a tld 07hrl Ua: ;J.IIlti!.. 9 Sundries ago it's because he's worked hard ably say of that article"somebodygot

34 shall : void. & Toy 9 the an4 th* fact* wrongr aad j justLet
A successful business is to improve quality quantity
man who of people S
one groups depending upon old-age bated at KeyV..t. Florida t... .
2Jrd day of June, A. P- 1541.' ALIUY'Md SONuiriciisliui ; : of his production. 1JO at th&t
does not
try get something for insurance since these
nothing. payment*at'the top (.>dl C.ILBiTItT, UCKUXIP.Aa The HOBBY SHOP _
.. i. A1t Take Bert CkiUtrs. ft* ..xapfe.I .' 5
$90 monthly to whereaa : Adratniatrat eun., teatamcMo Prio.r:. I .
'- are couples the a.II. -bt4cL& Will and ZI4 Of Jtva 5U* I BrtoapsltoaIatMaeraig.I i q
*: : Gossip would be less Tntanaat of Ittiaa Curry C.n' 1JC3 Division Street Phone 91
.. dangerous if average monthly payment to couples} is aide deeoased. *4ztMthq 5trIppIag 64&MU t* get the ailk1ac IaIaIeJ-sad

.:there were more good people willing tobelieve $39. This problem will grow "h rder to Attorney"". CtTRRT for HARRIS.AdaiUUtratorcum .Kay CoooectlvB Weot CmfrmCCK With Amr Open Sun.8 A.JI.o Noon I -- _

.:... it.VwT solve as the years roll 'by., ju.ji 2&teatameoto,; jvi 1.5.10.annx-1541.Laa f. *..d SAVE vexarr ....._tft I1! '...."nImli .. .- -C6fri.Al.1948.--- 'F'" ,+t...'. .,l SfeU'.., T l'c'.teenotion. -

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Published Deny Kxeept Bvnday. by Program :
Ii P. ARTMAN.' 0.._ '*d rk4t.ber Offhand, one would thmlf tKat"*in : NOTICE
,ORMAI, D. ARTLkt Baslaesa Maaacer .. .. ; The. a.. nmeht rail, of' the City
7 .eeeee......
'JYom Th. CUReft $uadln. Key West, because it is the euthernmost t 6f Key West. Florida for the year _
Corn@fOree f8>nd Ana Streets tt4S will beopsnfor )*.,pee i_ by \ Days Gone By
'Only Dail NejupapsV in Key West and city in the United States, the .weather [in the public' at the Tax Assessor1'
** MWro County I Daytime Summary, Office la the City Hal) Mondays .
the summer would be wanner than, in any I Setefte, pregrim Ie listed hltw through Fridays between the hour AS. :rAxtitTROMTIL pr -
cond clan maturMEMRPR are w.*..**t as the tame time M.n.y ef >:00 Y. V M. anal a:80 IV W, until
Fiona u i
jtnurea other citx in the country. But such, ) ,is not <. tttre.f" Fr>**,. Eartent lec.ltune. .1' .J l* C.", lilt lcetnetvs.V ._ i -V q ____
.- OP THe ASSOCIATED PRB4Bf I' .Fee*e..tva*jvSaetsaS ec. V i'iCTUHLOWfcX.. JULY 1. ISM
the case. The maximum temperature .. ... .
average .
Tb. Associated Press la exclnslTely entitled to fer "ntaia sNs.cLlw VVCAtCm.rkV ....''Id."ItIIIJIII IV''I.' ; 1f' ...d>"R" _
"... for reproduction of all new. dispatches credited J n.u-2i4.2Srtjai 1.2-2.
here in summer is lower than in most VI'
rd It or not otherwise credited lit this paper. and JUNI 2$ THROUGH JUT 1- :154$ ; The Overseas Highway will be

llao- the local new published here. i other cities. V V jj V formally opened to the public

SUBSCRIPTION! RATE We heard for instance of Washington -. .. : :.TlIitciNCtlTCOtflT: a. THR'. 't tomorrow. The threes-day celebration -
: ELF.vIaTH OU1AL. cia..LLrr
One Tau .I19.00 ':00 Honeymoon U X. T.-nb V I'I'.nt. 'I
sufi Tuesday Breakfast Club-abc : OK THR ..T4TH. OP KIMIDA. [ in connection with the
b Month V LOG having 110 degrees in the. on ..... IVD voncOt1Tv. MOXKORCHtMKKi.
rtiree Uoatha S.7S ( '.IS! -Bam Fom.-cbl (event will begin at llaMa Honda _
.' *>. Xcntb __ __ 1.0...11AOVERTISIVG and of other temperatures close to vzcrfc; 'laJle7 l"olka-mbt ,...- '. V .;1;. fan. ia %:..1l-40S. '. in a ribbon-cuttinf ceremony
10 Show ate
1.kly : -Fred Wartnc ;
the 100 mark. r iluslo. For You- 'bily 'JEAv3b', SI J.TPI.tortUi.; NDU5YRY \ 1V"er:2.e jThe ribbon will be CIby Miss
C. RATES Story Drama- iVe S KRATOTHV1L ) ol the
bas : 'but Bernice Brantley, Queen
Ifade Knowa on Application The highest the temperature 10:SO-Hir,cf 5.riam-nb. V V TMVORCC ,.

.- V V SPECIAL V KOT1CH been in Key West in :71 years i is. 94 'degrees Say Half It Hour With ot iluni&rttoba Serial. *-cbe ,.LeARt5J.', S tCRATOtmiUDefendant. ;- 4- ? Fiesta. V

... AIl'rea.4la. notices, card. of thanks resolatlona 811'OI'R.19"' t"lBUr.TIOTO \ I'
UiO-AJihur GocIfN7Ib. .
rf recpeet. obituary notices poems. ete. will ... and the highest!'! maximum average Breakfakt in Hollywood-aba : Ut. Edward. J< Nratorhtii.JUstrirt ; S Monroe county commissioners: ,

rt-tarKcd for at the rate of 10 cents a line. 11JO-Q eIl Alexander hGv.inb.. -S Skip salvage. ,. at a meeting last night granted _
Notice for entertainment by churches from which temperature is 88.9. Coww ,i., J*. n. .NOB. ; for the highway
S.revenue I. tot derived are t cents a line. 11.43-SerUlc JV .hn-cba. HMHaK, Ala""',. another $|OOQ
The Citizen U an open forum and invites CUI- We don't have to go out of Florida to Aft.,.... V Tan are hereby' required to appear -. -7 : % V ; celebration S
Mivsirn 01 public Issues and subject of local or to the Bill f.rVt'ivnrr. filed
v eneral Interest, but It wilt not publish anonymous find occasional temperatures reaching 100 12-00-Welcome Traveler*-aba attains ..yeu' In. the- -a-bov styled V will decorate
.etnnmunieations.V V 12:M-Wordc and Muslc-nba 1"lIe.o" or before tae 2nd day of Girl Scout of Troop 1 -
-n ___
degrees though! in those citjes the weather _
1-00 Muctc Half Hour.-.bcZW Acs-ant A. IX lua. a'-h.I,* the TY/ \ the welcoming arch at

is not as warm as in several other sections -Double or Notbine-abe allegations .contained ranfeBced.T .therein willbetaken Stock Island with, natural flow- ________
Queen (or a Payms2SbS.rii s
of the country Phoenix, Arizona for IV hascbsV *>Ke. and ordered *t. Key Wrxt ers for the formal opening of
Erl. and Croom tb c. Florida. tltU 5'th day nf, June A. the highway tomorrow
for instance, experiences temperatureswell ; Mania, Block R.c.rd.-..w a IK 1>4I.firaili!. V J
MEMBER @ 1948 ( Court Seal) .
V *0-Ladtea Be at .
SttH:301"11. >Ot
above 100 every summer. House PlrtbePaul Hap C F.awrer.Clerk Charles E. Smith agent of the
Whitemaa fiecerda ab. el Circuit Court. Clyde-Mallory Lines in KeyWest
The last few Western have \y
days Key 1J) : Kathleen :NatureItoauty
4-00: -Itlh.Hunt QuU_beT S Clerk returned yeterday from -
informed The Citizen.that they were gladto Be Anscencedabu4:3GWius.r : ", ".I.IA11 V. AtBl'RTi; San Francwco where he had attended -
get back home because of the/cooler : Band Take Stow AH--ckaTrtaaury aba JolI-8-li-i Attorney ,for:, 1)43.V Plalntlf' 1 % 0 !: :'Tr5i'r the International\ Rotary _
I.00-Hobert Lewis-cbs ';) -f- \ : delegate from -
"Q .
... convention as a
-IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST weather here. One said that he;' thought KU4U later-a"o. Uur, eat. t''''. 'u \ --c-: the local club.
and mb3Lu18
V ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN he would have collapsed, while awajr visiting 9:4*;- ajid.Abntr-<:cba-tajt It I ITU.Jt: l.lf 11. CIMCtlT lAn \ V ,

had he not been able 'td. enter a I Colt .
*. t\. ( tt ''r R" evening
-V I give a concert Sunday
.. .
building that was air-conditioned. < 5 > 1MEt.ROlR.Vn V
1. More Hotels and Apartments. Park. __
NEIWOEPROGLW3: I U. MaeFAKLANfl. in Bayview ____
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Sea.borne breezes are the reason, '{orthe' E.fLKiTim.; ; ..rcicttaIsubtracene ",S I' '. t,' ...--'. S-1'lalnI11r.. V I I Ross C. Sawyer, who went, to
3. Airports-Land and Sea. cooler weather in Ktjr West. It makesno .twe heura.b.ur.Sims..far'. meuntaiaaufetract f.u' (U.' r 1fAIqn.-.y&.: A'iscS'AP.JANr.-' HOMES FOR AMERICANS I Chicago to'.sIgn city refunding _

4. Consolidation of County and V t.t.,.caanae lI.ur..f r liy. te 81 V Defendant "bonds, returned last night, _
difference from what point of the 'POWP'.DLU1..0'. ,
compass teed .1ult. Lilt J mtntiU .raVim : V,"DElL -
City overnmentz.V ,tkmiii c naat ka iixlutitTHURSDAY .. : ,T&. )IARI'f .. >A.: :\I. F oR""NG _
; \ ____
!5. Community Auditorium. the wind blows here, it' comes from ; .. 'i; .;r\\:.,..,..,..:. qtr_' 1 VS Xlarry W Uacott. former' Key

V the It is the land breezesthat: 1 I r -SprtJHrIIeWIamacliueettc y.r* er. now a resident of Tampa _
t;: ;. ,- sea. cause 9L' : 1ou ARB ,IHCRKBY NOTIrlBO V >s /we visiting relatives 1 "andfn
.t the mercury to rise in many cities. .We .....a..; that haj he a. nil)n, filed'f.gmpiaifli against ynu for ,divorce In lh.. % n, V _

know of a city not so far away whosee- I:OO Xews Report. IS Uin.; -nbeN'ewscast abuve.tled rail<. toy :MKI.-
threry Day-ebe It. ilarKARUANK. and
BOCRNK and Mr. and
; MONOGRAPH sidents dread a westerly wind because; of Network Silent Hour-abc>eaat, I Too: are hereby 'ordered and required S Jllnat'.an Cates had _
Kiddies H ur (repeat)-abc-west to UI. Your app araae*. I Mrs.V Wihur Gates who

; Dear Folks: the heatfit brings, But in Key West' a west" Network: Hour Silent'trejwat U fcr.))-.-aba-west mbseastKiddies I answ.r-or.. other pleading mealS' 1 Wentuifog: in Arkansas returned
cau"e on r before the 3Jst day of

Prize fights draw immense crowds erly wind comes from the bosom' of the ':If Of-8porta. Music Time-, b July. :UU: other*Ice the allegation -. vest rdayf .
Men and books-cb
f said bill will t>e taKen **
and yield astronomic profits;, but scientific Gulf of Mexico. VV f ':3*-Jean )MrKeana Sone-ebe-eaat I eorifes pe i.um and ,Abner repeat-cLc-aest '
published in the Her Wept
lectures draw very small crowds Thus far this summer our V highest ':4S! -Newscast by Three-nbe I Citizen Key;: West. Florida. o.t<%. I editorial\ p ragTahpt"Have V S
V. Lowell, Thomas 1 repeat T I)- "e a week for four ronoerutireweek you ever noticed how ______
and; often do not pay expenses. Un- temperature has been 91. Judgingby the 7:00-Supper Club-nbe-basic *: much some ;..eopc n' talk _
The B ulab howcb.News ; r. THIS 301 h day of June. A. T>.
doubtedly the hoi polloi prefer brawnto records, it is not likely to 2'i.abovej'ti- fig : and Commentary'Jr-Jub.-. abePulton 1148. about nothing?"\ _
Lewis V I heal) Rosi' P SawyerS .
brain. ure during the warm monlhs. S. -
71e-c.ws and Comment-nb rk of the ftreult Court
V jack SeMIS' and Soag-Vba f Ily': Florence S. <4awrerfeavty TODAY IF FISTORY
: THC ORACLE i'iiy Cnmn.eataiy.bcV : ''lerk.rrs .
News. Dinner Date- be : COSTA P. ar\KR & pteypALiorfles (Know AlMr'u)
If democracy is to succeed, the minority 7:3 -\an PaI rae Quintet-nbe for Plaintiff I
1 decision Jerry Wayne Show-cbsHenry ', 607 Pl,.r.yne ltuiidin3rianl : 1848-(100( years ag.J Public
must accept of the majority. Morgan--abc-east 3=. Florida !
:. IT CAN BE DONE; News hiMTa Comment Wor.d-be-a..t-nbs V :UIJ.I.I.UU) ViN'UICCIHCIIT .5 Dl CAAcL !I around $48iUion", _
? 1847 In effect Act .
: ot
I Congress
1,4S-ft rkn... Conmrat-RbcSews :.. .5,. ITCH 10'. 'Id ( -
': troadcastcbsSports corRT OP THFi.iETMJioi4'itL i i.II [ by which'th Goverrment _____

t :: From, the point of view of fire loss, last NECK AND NECK. :00-To Bo comment Announced-mba-abe ; Ii IOHinA IN .au clad boa ITOP .(s'\ 't-Lr: ,- I IL.IVING i[ of becomes the, sole source of isSue. V _
POStal: ilamps.
the blackest in American his- To Be Announced-cbs : .:tIO%ROIo. COI\Ti.: I* fH.t.cEnT. >-
:tear was i"" I
if Front 1'1I e-abc-ealt. V V PM : 1851-First 3c postage tamp
Criminal L'anb .30The total destruction was. about On the average, 80,000,000 gallonsof Lucky Partner Quiz-mba i VOLA V (i1'.ONEP.%S. 11.:1 11'& l.YM I!I issued in honor of' George Wash.

t.30-Xew1 Fat! .2lebI; i Plaintiff. [ ington. _
oil are being supplied each day to the Jlr. Keen: Drama-cbs '
c 3700,000.000. 4'nmlBXl.,(iasboob..nb..est.. tT1.hOtTh.....".. ... j'J j I 1859-First recorded intercollegiate -

At the same time, however, it was airear consumers of the United States. That i!an Henry llonran-abo.weat I ) S ricfcndsnl.i I r baseball game: Amherst t _
Talent Jael.pot-mb8 'I'. 45 5 V
of progress in fire prevention work. incredible. figure, and represents'an all- 1:54-Billy Roc.. Comment! t ba. :t" >OT1CB IRONER TO APPPIH.ijisoTTo .V vs. Williams at PitUf ield. Macs;

: f ':00-The Maate Hall_bo t. ....;.. is' Rokevilie Avenue I Amherst winning 26 inning game
time high. Yet demand with!
National hasrikep '
ccording to the Board ,of Fire :up nick HajmesarletTcba- Newark Xe o Jersey ,. 73 to 32 t
'"Underwriters there was! material improyeroent prod ction.and the race is- close. j. I To-Gabriel Be Announced llcatur...Comaicnt-a bo _mu i A nth Ton Tor are Divorce iwreby .has notified keen That t1icd! 3- ",FIR1r FlOOR : .1''I 1862-Internal Reven&e of fcx-

in the delivery of new fighting The efforts of the- industry tto- establish ':1Jbroadcaatmba aralnquired! you herein and_,.ou- are p.. cise tax bill enacted-first such
'- equip- .:30- lack Carson & ETC-nbqIme 1-, to file your appearance' ar tax since 1818.
; I I
fVment. The number of cities adopting the a comfortable margin of supply'over' %-- Photographer-rb.abe-eaat ansWCV herettf ton or aefor July 9, 1863-Beginning of the three-
Ondid Microphone
\'4S; otherwise Decree Pro Con- .1 I
-Hoard's model fire prevention ordinance consumption deserve national recognition. Andy lYont.floasell Pajte- Retuepibs be-jreat- .", f* :j, JtrsO *1ll m*entrred ,affalnst ..you.JI'lat.d day battle of Gettysburg.
at Key Wst. Klerld. this
'Increased by 48 per cent. Many cities made Expeditures for new 'construelonuring t:45' -Movie BackcreUHd-fcmba June ,. U.s, .- ,' 44'JbJ11 1867':.The Dominion of Can-
10-03: -Bob Hawk Qu's-.b 1.. .;, rbrogress!' in strengthening their building 1947 and 1948 will total some $4,000,000-- The Playboule-cbs ROSS C \WTER. Province of Canada. .
Roxinc. 5. arts S h w-abet Clerk. nf the Circuit Court
:. "\wS. The President's Fire Prevention 000. Last year 33,000 new wells'were drilled a.oUljr 7 heater-nabs % By Florence. E.:Sawyer. I OfC 5TOAGf..iJ II 1881-The American NationalRed
10:30-Te-Be .l.aDo."H4-.be Deputy (icrhiOR8i3 I
Conference initiated a long-term program. and aboutr37000vill be sunk this To B* A..eedM .. :' V O.V WARNER. ESQ. w p ;:aM I LD pj Cross incorporated.
Dance Music-mb Solicitor. forVrPlaintiff. 1918-The "Wprk or Fight0tow
jrvhich has been felt to some degree in most :> ear. .0:4S-Earl C awin'Talk-abe .' V jua 16-1J.24: t.UU S I2TXI iia % V 1 1I in effect

-of the states: And the Spring Clean-Up And this number will be increased if oo-.xtwl.; News and. Variety.Dance )2 all Ura--&1Icewi. bi ,. ., rOr.KT V. 1934-Wisconsin the first Stateto

) :\ Deuce Band 2 hrt.-noh.. n THE nnciiT OP IltEELESY.aTH ( i" adopt unemployment compen
Veeks attracted an unusual degree of coOperation sulficient tools become available.The 11MI-Vews Variety te 1-nbc' jroitiAi.' fIRCIRTyunsvvaor sation. VI
01-- ; ; FM HIU%
and eliminated many hazards. job of making usuable oil'prod- UrtXJ-Dtnclnr C.DlI.DtC-abc'm sit V ia AD' FOR MOMien ('oi :NTT. : I 1939-The W1 'A Federal Theater -

r* It may be strange that we should have ucts only begins when the crude comes' 'It C'\rt.' V: >.:."' '11.428. PLAN"'w-.mz project abolished..? .

"record fire losses along with such intensive out of the ground. So the industry is work- LEGALS .4 JAMES V. J. KfcEN.V : Plaintiff" L $ COND F2OOin. _'! famed V 1940-Maginot Germans Line take in France.V over the

-prevention work. That simply indicates ing overtime on building "new" refineriesand i' V Vf. nloRcc.tNEA -
I\ THC CIRrtIT. COCRT op THE KAPP KPEV, AP Newsleatuies 1941-750,000 youths reaching
'-the extent of the fire da'nger. The total modernizing old ones, on constructionof FIJVKNTH ',";Olrl"'. .IIU"'IT S Tiefendant.S. j age of 21 register for the draft.
'OP THe IITAntV "LORm.. ARDFR. .p-piBLicArio \llS.\ COMACTrooJ11 house can be built as a "honeymoon cot- naval base in
V number of fires has been the increase. plants and pipe lines and IV A\l F -10'0&" tOt.VT.: TO; 1942--U.S.
on storage on IN rHAremCM VV V 'Anna Xapp Keen with the second floor left to be finished when the emily I Northern Ireland in operation.

.and in these days of high prices the aver- the expansion of its marketing facilities. V \.. 11431ISIVM4I V i45 CarneKi Pennsylvania PlacerittvburBlH gwe. By including a shower stall in the lavatory the ground floor V 1944-Opening of the BrettonI

.age, fire does much moredollar damage This i is the reason why, in spite' of doleful cr4MtMt. : p. K OJ,;: 10.:' ;".a1". _V Toil are hereby required to an.Pftf will 'comprise a complete four-room dwelling.: Designedly Bertram I'Woods, N. H., International
'J'IIIIIUff. ., tdfth Bill Complaint for A. Weber. architect 221 North LaSalle SU Chicago 1. nu this Conference.:
Jlhan before the war. And due to the build- predictions, we have not had a real l oil vs. DJVORCBMRORET divorce la the above styled cause .n t I$ Monetary
fi. KnEXIODefendant. -- -- for-bofere- twelfth day of July. pUn.. W.502. covers an area of about 535 square feet with garage. ; 194& First day without price

*Jng shortage, many homes and businesses shortage, and have been inconvenienced i A. D IMS:.f\lllnwl the all ga- Deluding( a full basement the house contains approximately 18.000 '! controls.i .

.. re housed in substandard structureswhere oiily by temporary and localized! ; } "Dry : OROFH' OP' P"BLI"T'OTO e [ hope i..d.thereia. :wlU' .betaken. ail con- cubic feeL The architect suggests a red brick exterior accented i i 1947 Secretary Marshall

.. Martaret n Koemr. ,Tnl order'U to N puhUsb@1 ones with trim and shutters. The first floor bedroom can brand: -Soviet's cry; of 'Imperial-
,white ,
green ,
the risks
:. are abnormally great. spots. 53 1OLVn'tDJI biiv4.i'fli. ., % .e"k. for four,co"_.Uy,. wcekniT&e I ists" "malicious distortion."
bCYVWP. 4'tcs'i* a i double library. as
:ch. Last April was the first time since Next winter, when heaviest demand You are' herebyels1r',4 ,. 'a,,- ,_. put tiaked t.' tha.,.t'ly-.f. Rey' V: 1-. V- as a _

-:\rarch. J944 that monthly losses declined comes, there will be need for voluntary' par.tn vn'ca ''ft the)the Hill'&4..ew e f C*...y.T.ptaiat-..fa-...;..... W..a f'OoIn1fPonriEflEDthic;."ricisa.-: '. ,V lIb '*:. TODAY'SV Graceville, Ohio. Died Aug. 24,I The Rosetta Stone, contain- _

'-below the same month in any preceding conservation of fuel oli usersUnexpected or before, thel h. 4Jtnt July, A tal."C ",-..,A, p. J8L 1918. ; ing inscriptions in three aic,
tx liii. 'otherwise;th v UrKatle 4 \i.; 'i ANNIVERSARIES; ient languages, provided the key
;'(:ar. If that continues, we will make a developments make the supply-3e- therein. will fee taken as.go.tce.e*. V.rIl .. b".a.pr: V t 1854-Albert Bushnell Hart,
may of
unlocked -
.. ,. Order bile be-fnibliaaed eM S :. ; r'\6r. or'ahs: ("wnlt"'Co1jltt. :? (Know America) Harvard historianprofessor -I that the'mystery ancient
:-dent in fire's ravages.. It can be done if we mand situation tighter than can be foreseen a "...,t": fyr'four. : >,,"cutn. week' 9 V. ,M,nrn*' Cnuaty. Finalda- ,, famed Egyptian hieroglyphics
in The, Key. .W...t Citizen. a news. V Bjr (M> A HueC.. .V Iwtncwnrih.f 1791-Margaret Mercer, daughter -:. born at Clarkville, Pa. Died t
:Keep the fire prevention campaign going .now. But the public should know that paper Hl *. .. )e.utx. Clerk. i>June 16, 1943.
of who
V Florida. tidiAfl-1t.! neare '' a Maryland governor Jane Eliot, English poet who

.wind* intensify it.NATIONAL. all the resources and energies of this high- nose.. A.and Ik ordered Uti, tkia'14tk day V h:eJune. V f ..U.Ut S ,, fOP'. Plaiotff. .tf41.. 3aly' .,1148r reduced hersel to poverty freeing -I'! lar 1861-John Chicago and G. Clarkson Boston baseball, popu-I died in 1805, is known for a sin- ____
__.____ __ ly competitive industry are being devoted (SPAJ4 her slaves. founder of a ,not- pitcher of the 1880's and 1890's, gle ballad, "The Flowers of the _
t: FOOD SITUATION to the enormous task of seeing that no one ef Sawysy.Clerk the rjrBU Coelt IS.- ""'r'B' re rsnnrns..' 1JOTME Virginia girls' school, born in born in Cambridge Mass. Died Forest," which she wrote on a
lit )
ltW' rn tta.* Art. JiIH' with her poet !brother
Monroe Cottal). n.ld& wager ?
really suffers for lack of oil. .tOne :p,V (a4J) Alt-.. -
Food will become more plentiful asu'pplies :. : 'f J._ y P or"r fl'olfr'lier tS' cteflr, .04. IS P0aflSrv -}602- Gideon Welles. Hartford. S S 4_

of foods increase the. advice that >;or r'siatitf.jusfl.ZIJcll. .. ) i F- %aIqetV rnx.Peeeaied. Conn.., newspaper editor, tincoin's -
many personally good thing about .$, IX'tlr: ; B.
; 1St'
famed of.the
secretary .
h -during the late spring and! summer months. editors pass out is that: nobody,has to takeit. To Ml Creditors a.. Persona llavOar navy:born in, Glastonbury, Conn! 1
I'S "UR ('et; Tl' "" G r..-wT, TUlma or l>ema.*. Altalantf FromwherelsitJJocMar.b.
v-4Iowever. compared with the same period V V I,. 43 Q rose wekepi CVt MTTtntRIHTwRB .. 4 Ktuie;' VV DiedFeb. 11. 1878.
; : ......P.. it raOfl4Tt, :. Ta. sad eaek .f you are hereby .
l4ast year, total. supplies will be slightly'amaller. la re jssat. ofCURRT e4Ue4| a.4 requiredv ,.- 1If'.1I."t 1818-Josiah Gorgas, soldier .
lLJ.(4( q.\RTH'tTo'f:. .. et&inu md dentaad ....... yenr Confederate ordnance chief who
During these months, market supplies SOCIAL SECURITYConservative V Pe..nee4.SOTWE .11. *t "eta. May kate .c..lBxUie .t performed a remarkable job, father .
: T. ,*....I..t Mtaaie 1$. Cen. der : : Farmers
of meats, turkeys, most of the manufactured To4 Creditor ned Person* .... last .( _* owntjr, t. the of a noted surgeon-general Pampered -

show that Having' Claims or DentandeAaraioht at Hour** Ceuaty. born in Dauphin. County, Pa. :
dairy products, and fats and oils estimates G.- t"b.P."i.: :
Said b.tat.zins .
>V- utffre I* fc ror\ Died 15 1883.l24Wi11iani .. ..,.
than lard V relief and and Melt Qt yes are. k.rty {teuae. f: aid (".*uir:at Ii.r West May ,
smother likely to be smaller. annuities
are 000,000 people are living
on, notified I and >. prs Fkr1d5..: w1ilet5btf* r3lendaraMhs H. Brett Cleve- ksn.sugIlr.flhIIas
r:1 ::: I lithe folks U MT tum were ,1oq1Wt tr
Rummer oranges also will be in smaller in the United States. What are we any or either elainia*{ ad you. may-bane which' 3gat 7*.$ rbuealmsm. ft't the tfcl tm*ahtIr4.fthe Eehcljioet first land's noted librarian. a man of : less tolerant, they'd be really .. tIM sosoe. aata, .aadew*. ,Im

& y "'.supply.. No significant' change from the going to do about it? V .' the etale et tlXMA. lab.C'RRTlAaTltsLD&'deew. .5 sai4 511, SheD.eT5W4- 5b.IIVbO tb. wise.f" ..fltll\* restnr -.: enthusiasm and fnendhnsjs, born1imIlnnnh11l2IIulnmlnmlmu1nlInrnlIwnhJh ; burned ap over' that utionally circulated the f Tf aiaj lie IuD relax** wtth.

"$ame period a year earlier is anticipated It is safe to say that the buying powerof Coast, te. th* Coey JSd, .1 :3) *. aM = offlrv addrera ofUf i article 'panpered farm- time BiMM ever IIOdU$4g'MU. .
Moaro Co.sty: Florida wlthi ,cUlroaat. *.d seaR M awomHJLBRT ,
., ..
.*=1n the supplies of most other foods. Retail the average annuity check under old eight (I) e lj 4 a. |..1ilh. from the te' "y"M C'Jaltll. bia .awoL .1' i en,- deseributr tkcai u )IhrUg .ff ,r. bt
time o Jho.flnt pvblicsiioft of this his alarnsf3aad aF. seeb .ta a.r S toe fat .f the laaLPcomwhere the fanner to4r net only
:food prices in the next few months will decline age and survivors insurance now represents -Notice. Eecbwtaini;' or demaadbe shall 4..a' .... 50fiis4 .NIJ be ........ 4t ALCMARK: And\
in writiBK and shall itat the td R. aAVxnKA I ait the faratt i ianything Is tmpr+t*i ha J hi*habiU,hire Bert'arretHcy

{:L !! seasonally but probably will remain! less than $12 a month per.person as plare tf residence,-elaimant.and .pest and officeaddma.df shall Testament A* .rrn-vr of vf,llnnle*__ LasS tCox WIN,and de. V CARDS I butpr.L" If he's glass of btr .bat UUr-

.,:above the 1947 level: compared with 1940. be sworn to by. the claimant. Uaxent. @a.td-_ .. S News *Model ; better off today tki twenty years eat IB his apiluoBS. 3o hall probably ..
or hU attvraey. *M any iJ1U-a.u.U.'. ILI!.. of that article omebody
,. There i is trouble in those tremendous urh-rUda' of deraawl! set as .fUrtkhallbe. Sundries t ago it's because he's worked hard say "
TO Id. 9 Toy 9 nod tot tht f,ria wroor, .-.I jN'let
to improve Uw quality quantity -
e ; A successful business man is one \yho groups of people depending upon old-age Dated: at Kay W..t. FlorUa. UU2Jrd at that
day of .J..... A_ Di&il U..- LiiuR'lai SON of.his production.Take 1\ '0
does not try to get something for nothing. insurance since these payment! at 'the top. niLBKItT UCKUXIP.A Sci The HOBBY SHOP : .
>'AdniBUlf.tor cam. teta aeM. r.liVkiM. ; \' Bert CKHd ,..far esaaiaU..
Lv are $90 monthly to couples: whereas the 'mp.va. or.-t*.'.L* irni and lie Signs nunP4IJs1a"q Bert U m? at fear: ia tW aiorBiBr.t .q
:JI : Gossip would be less is Tst4M ..t of IQm Carry Garth_ 64&M MO Division Stt Phone 91 I
dangerous if verage monthly payment to couples .ide.- dercaied. V get the aulkiaj lalsketf-tad

._there were more good people willing to $39. This problem will grow harder to Attorney W. CURRY for HARRIS Administrator 11.say c--u..Nt teicevais With Leg Open Sun.,8 AM.. to Noon ,

Relieve it. solve as the roll by. rum tectanento anne v ':n:. ... sara WOSCT C"n ,1l.li48. tf-Jul Swu, Prer.Feneisgce
years _
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By :Florence. Thee1Af : .
N.wsf.atar t ,
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Chapter 4 The ladies$ tittered. Mr. Haiti- Martyn has persuaded Cto"stay '
day said a.few gracious words, till spring" .' <,:.? j.
,IVHATEVER Bart expected theMArylanders'
then' lOGked'a little startled as ;: -
4And our .club, .we hop
affair in the old- ; ,'
..fashiflned. palm-decked hotel the pianist bgan to play Back M"rs. McLane said,ea jirty. .: ; >
Home in. Indiana for his benefit,
ballroom certainly wasn't it. AU and the crowd gail ,"took it up.provided. Mr. Halliday laughed. Tm already .
ages professions and nationalities chairman,to- collect games
seemed represented. :t all seemed ''T' :: :program. by for paralytic children. DO' *au
'like, a small-town "sociable" on want to serve on the on.'t1itte!?
and members.got under '
an extravagant scale. ""}'m pretty : with'
way.. And how very different from : my.
Paul nudged his brother fleet the'UJ3.O. fhowy the boys were boarders* MHo )..claq. ", f aid.
as the gray-haired master-of- used to! Six teenage.-tap dancersin pleased -But I'll certainly do.all
ceremonies in a youthful Norfolk irish costumes.' a juggler, anda I can: They!t 'a date tq talk
jacket: wise-cracked through a chubby child who sang "Gay things over.. Then Tony ,Pefrplli-
megaphone. "Let's start our community Nineties'.*_'favorites in Ii trailing joined them nibbling one 61 Mrs, ; -
sing with Let Me' Call velvet the emcee McLane's_ cookies.
You Sweetheart-and I t't'pul* called up6n'the boys. "Never:have I taste,the*quai**
some heart into it, folks!" And now fri ndi- the threeS he exclaimed with :Latin; l* vor. 1 .,
"Right out of the corit rib, I1$', of our 'own Lola 'M Lane, "Will you give to me- the rteipe. i .
,brother" Paul whispered. "No just back from overse ,*are goingto to make some for myaslf,** ", '
mi. tak give us 'a little music** "Why; ru .be very: 'glad to"Mrs.

"Corn's healthy,** Bert" grinned The boys stood,tip, bowed selfrconsciously McLane bargalnzd j-osil ."
bark.. ; and, went up on the tell me-hew you maks-that.: ,yoa= .
.The well-dressed man in front stage where Paul's drums hung derful' salad dressing. I
cf them turned around and smiled with gadgets' for sound effects, '"BetUr!" Ton JBC5M& grcl. *'f.JII +r
tpproyingly.; He smiled, also,, at and Berta saxophone had: already come .soon on my vicatian.' and
Serfs, mother. who looked very beets ;carried. And with show you.: I am 'chef. forr a'bstg I
handsome in an hes-of-rosej Eddy 'at the piano they contrib- restaurant," he explained.-as
lace'-dress,-and feather hair ornament. uted 'some vexciting .'swing.- that boysbegan to smile The sin. inj '
brought down the.'house. They is for the pleasure only. cI

club.- Eileen had said, beThe gave ttie""crowd an encore, "then The"emcee was fcicionin4 tb gin neighborhood, group collecting were followed on the bill by the Upon the, stage, nd' aq'it:happened
clothes for refugees, but, darkly. handsome Tony Perrelli, that during ;an JntfYmtasioa. :
It 'had whose flashing smile and Caruso- .
hid rapidly expanded. while Paul
I .and Eddy.hunftJ ,.. .. ._ ,, .
like tenor.vaH but laid the 'ladiesin .
given lo'ad, sold war bonds even up the'brunetteB and$m 3 t"1n ," -'-. -- ., r -- -- -
bought a Red Cross ambulance... the TaisIe.VTne'h.the.'chairs. were the wings .restingthaj'"Cspia tn.: : ,\ .' ',.- 1 t ClAP PA.tw)
pushed; back to' the walls and '
Pridefully, the emcee reported Martyn came and t oh.a 1 r. I-c--
now;"'that- ft, had' filled its'quota tables: loaded with" 'refreshments, side him;' *. '* ; : W .t.tlroA' iiit): *i. ef' Sa aotal n_.. a members .
of five'hundred .used phonograph were. ..reliedin.., "Fought itia"the 1'afi rivt: l._#Ii .,.iant_ .; ,)lrens' Ugh "wir get bear t Yg ash family name
records -for.army and navyhos. .Eileeni&me .overwith twq self!** He .I1jo"CJlit ;' .age otV'22l a
pretty-brunettes' asteI evening .pWlro back bag .the 'fom r;.L GaT I f Hollywood.K
pi\ats. ,' s"fnelma.Ree\'u: and hibitibg l1otel. iicar< :':' r.t. .J ;'t .m''.atiaslha. "JW'4..at_:..- Littleocijlrk, ..'Tey; pReared'
Paul admittedsoojtingly.
"You wins : 'r '
HeleneooUs. Thelma beamedon The'Germana haven's--'t.hi 2M ;3'e :.it1iV4 'L ,.{ BsQthssslsaus. She does iatiaaaprOc .4
,This. brand, :jo|fOtySs' : Paul," ( : any, I, guass." Bart; ',anicy-grtd I ; f" with'th'e&r
olGiyAnd.- "'-"You'm st *' was wonderful! grimly : .: ,<.;: j I' 'iefz, .tpf tiafs't! WaIIeadas:. toured the country _
now, folks" the 'dapper Gftingtb'jrfay'againyf or dancing** But the captain shrugged;'bout '1. 'ft. iii EtytligiialtidBarntim. Bailey circus. -' *" '

emcee' 'shouted, "our president, Paul1* looked' 'at: his' brothers world wars- into jthe'psst : : :;( .::1 '.' : _. .'-- .. -,----
Captain Martyr, Is going to Introduce smiled;'engagingly.fMfehv if' "A dirty business, hest'fprgptt -
his distinguished cousin who were sWeetly asked to** -ej ten..What 1 came-to say-is, .. You. Wed'Ec. The first practical electric
ii visiting here- from,Terra Haute, :Captain "'ManTO..;bustled 'over, can get three more 'p( yrA..' .as fti fI ; bulbs wereproduced indepen-
Indiana." shaking hftd The man in front looked surprised They'd: play. again for dancing**I'' our ..Rotarian dinner'da'n" ',e',tic rt .., Divorcesmarriage WT Swan between 1878 and
,, but let himself be .taken Thelma'. SaW naively. "if fOURs month-at Union pay.'"' .i I 1880. .' ,
to the stage by a florid gentleman d :-thernv'-sweetry Bert's fatiguelifted :like tapbri. ,Appjicetio'iFta'',J 1i Iii .
who, .looked like- Everybody ughed."Splendidt.Mary, Cap'ln."I He jumped to thecaptain's-.ofl>r I]i ceases.,-ftled:iiljJw.nV-in. office
and ceretnonionsly presented ,generous;,fm: like an avid trout lij. baa ;l-csb ; '
of' 'CDunjy Judgg ,Raymond :
&s "Mr.: Curtis Halliday.. a .Lien suiei"The-iapthta presented his: get-them. easily. What hate-.world |: : "
and i an Elk, and the vicepresident cousin tkep.hurried, ,to inform the you want us?"' ,,' ""' ;' Lord"stigtltj '; ceded the-nutD 'UivIGHTS OFPYTHIAS
of .the Terre Haute', Trust emcee..*'? ;- ,- Two.. week, fronsaie it SGktoiday .,-petitionseeking! divorces,
Company My cousin is also the Mr... Halli4ay praised tlieclub., I .'* Captain Marlyn ,.handed ;3-j filed ;i&Uv '*office of Circuit!I
vttnnerv"-the captain slyly''Stated they prdgrjitnV he South" California Bert his card "Phone' .tn.! 'whenyou've t jCoiif'Clerk.1Roas' C": Sawyer. 's'I

"of several very beautiful' loving climate "Alter two weeks got ,things .all sin.d. sip. .". 1 Las(? hU1'(t1)e;'nurD.her of pe-:,
cups for waltzing.!. of sCnTiher/lij: Japviary"// Captain'" IT. ,be ceatldaidji@04Qt'6 .4.titioni' for Ut6c6es filed, totaled The Rank of E oulr. will be
.. :...... ...... conferred at the meeting cf Key .
-- -- --:--- 'Ii..-...... : ; K28,,whereas:r\hte.\i"ifmDer of'iippli-
,-.L. "" ." ".' ?f jjcatjons '| VJMorifigeV. licensss West.Lodg. to be held on Fri

Examinations PROBLEM CHANGE :til : .. .; day evening at 8 o'clock.
& .. : Amounted 'jtpi40i;; .:;; .
I' ., _..,..... ', ::.: ,; << ;t ., ':, 1, '0. _'. ; ... ','.., I I > Visiting Knights are cotdi.J. '
For Positions ..* ; AU tP4titAItJwoLaIAARIecM6 quick' aniai delicious dessert aUt JnYited.
R.Y'n\-riAS\jiGu. Ay. .
-; .. ,:,.E G6: U whitt : i
", i".1I& a.l.b .f > 15 'dae"'pf..tit&ame 4' Migs, a
AI' .IW U- W. Secretar j.
,Stale Service. AS a.s A-M N Itt"its s; !{ Y : : ;JtfC : i'a' : .IPa ;,;and crisp,'cr ckers. _..: ..
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T4 LLA1 ASSEE. .Fla.. July rsdIlffa,4t4AIL : ;> ; ; ; IM ..NV' iN ,
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1.=Announcement- of forthcoming -. : .: ., ;:) .Snl11f:11e: : .

.wins examinations'in*, Florida State for positions Em ploy-.J ;', 1- f t"'....-:Ylolllh.U EsBaIeER -I-J' : 1t; ;. 1 !y1i tbn SPECIAL, ,GIFT fcY rI
'- [LtiNBe aa.Uu.AT ice 4.irrB.i !
meet -Service was made by the'MsBt ; ', .. .- BRIDES
< '! '. _-; :; : : JUNK .
,System Office here to-] ..J.- : : ;

day... Positions include' :'interviewers j. n w'f.. l :. ..-......- --.:Q..-" i"4"i".r't<:>, ; \ "
employment specialists, .;,. g ', f!; y
managers i "e 11 --J": .. ''\j ft SILEX STEAM
and arid beginning. ... :-.... : : ;
salary;,,ranges from $205 $o $375per' /l/-Jlj.} : :,.. : ,..= "' o-- iii! tf ,
".''''''' ''' ' *
month. Ah examination for "JvTT
: : : I .
sanitary officer' with the State. { =- =: __-. L "''' ;r.<'-,''\ ,.'.,..,,; ..., ... '
: '.t; 'e1 i : 50aZI.9
Board of Health and. county Ihealth ,. -' .: -c- -:: : ..';." t PRICE
.departments was'also. ann:I Inounred' y't j ": -pA'- ;:An AP Nwffiet.rsi t 3.t ., ,. .. t .
the time. ; .
at same '
Examinations'ns are being held I 2tfMil[ ._.,-;.-/_ KM MILESMotff ladeg..ph. ,' : ;. T'Atid These'Thrifty Sale Values to. Your

to. establish employment lists :. Easy ParmeDt f>lan
from .which vacancies during the J ,. .... '. ...._ _---1. --,--_.._- -.1..- :.' -,- I ,t.. ,, .t.Cconmnt: '

next. twelve"month period' will ,'(tgga ::do not lie dormant'I eggs can'hatch,anywhere : .7isri .. / e. lJwiE 1560

be .filled', Veteran's, preference:iutinV-ihe! !iCftld": months -.andhatch'im I fIom.4 to 10" days in;;summer,..3to t' ,o ft.,f-_i;:i ,0" t i c t Flemina: and Simonton SU.
is. allowed' on all .open competitive ttis;,ape isle. I 4 ;weeks in'cold wrather. ': '
conducted by I ,
.examinations ".r -"' Wr ;- ---

the, Florida, persons Merit may System.obtain Interested -in-- : : "

formptton"and application' It 'OOlulous. .tbejY t ,.
forins .from, locfil offices of 'the .
State Employment Service ; FAB Slv14FABULOUf SUDS, eves'ltt hardest water.

county health units district Wel- 5' PA"wlth'aper-tVetting Actloat makes tore suds, ,
far: :boards or direct from the f faster ud ',thn soap. One cop of FAB was put into
merri',system office -Tallahas-, -, Wo nenare switehi ? waslIey'ew Jeft. One cup.of soap Into the one on right
see: The,,closing date .tar filing Both pvsaltets i an 7 minutest Result: Awashtt- full of
applications' ,Is midnight, July. 18, ;' rim Maul from FAK Almost no suds from aoap.

AttxiKfiryrTo(19-43., '-1 r '.' 'I 1 i; to :Fab for familY'w srt.l. ti t. '

civ.Jj IlCe Alin .

-,.. ,' 'J.. .:'f .' 'I' ,.
Floor Slioic \ ...
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bliss Tes.ie Crews 'Wimtuenau .
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fit :president .of T_ he. American -
Legion Auxiliary, has called a 1
meeting:of the executive bornrnittee t1"JJ_.
ior 8 o'clock tonight at i L j:1 1 ,,
the-.l\15t Home on Stock Island. %
Tentative plans for 'a dance ,:'

and a. floor show on Saturday! I q ?

July 17, will be made, I I

VFWTo Meet, I -f"' ,"'':! u... lZK// ; :

The regular meeting of ,

Southernmost Post 3311, Veterans .
of Foreign Hats will be '

held this evening at 8 p. hi. at Washes everYthing .io. .. (, ,i ..... ,. _
the home cf Tony Arthur, commander -

'All rnemWefs of the* post.at* urged' to' attend I I fCLEANER WHITER BRIGHTERI

and alsV are-- visiting comrades : ,. What Is Super-
invited, he'meeting. I Wsttlnt Action?
I I than s., .:. ii rtt-riest. :.wafer, .I ::"
Seek Divorces I I ,;
I I The newestColgate-PalmoliTe-Peet. trates material; pustaes dirt outl tJ
Petition seeking divorcee were I miracle..,r.\B ,with. .UPEP.- .
Nets Ingredient; W .tAu WhiteWash
filed yesterday in the office of WETTING Acn : ...A. fabulouS ,_ ;
,Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Sawyer work Waver for overalls, towels, Whiter; Color 9 Brighter See far7mtflf! Drop a
by Jeanne Margaret Kratoch- extri'dirty! 'AB's ne V ingredient-gets whitewash little bait ft cotton thread
vii against Edward Kratochvil everything whiter,:'colors brighter than teto a.a1au of water. It
and by Melbourne H. MacFarlane Washes Clothes Cleaner Fatter before. And PAB'rpmoTes "gray- Boat*; Uyv dry for a '

against Marion ,Ada MacFarlane. than Any Soap!No"nayfn oAp tons Uiae. Prep aaotber
.iag"F3.qc- 'baB dflbread Into* giaal
1' scum. Wash' is tcikita, :ciecuerlI

Table d'hote from .Trench) When you wash. FAB with Super Wastes dlsZie&irtc* u fast!No .of roar'U M>and Jesl*FAR.,-a.Itbika .

means \table of the host" and I Wetting Action-lna\Mit\i Pen wiping! .tbnwjh; 'grease "Thia r.F AIi'.a.pe-Wea-

is ,an.heirloom of the days when fi.Ac;,,*. Svmethina

had inns to had take.'whatever, no menuS and guests offer- /iJiXfjJt i,7iitt. .it jll J/ jk> aoap ea earth baa!

ed at the landlord's table. ( ;: .., ''' r .. .
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. SWAMP MAN DENIES HOLDING GIRL Larsen NamedPresident ::1 I : aiilil



4tiiI : InsuranccfUnitTALLAHASSEE. Information for the AdvertisersATKS ;, ..:.Ii

Fla, July 1. FOR lU.OlUAHBLACHFAUS ead PA)1EiT .
TYPE Payment for classified' advert
-FNS). J. Edwin Larson, meats Is Invariably in adranee..but
1f (Florida state treasurer and insurance Advertisements under this bead regular advertisers wrtlv.le4gffte
Ii was .U1 be inserted! In The Citiren at counts may have their ad/'fll
commissioner, the rate of Zc a word fur each In.lIertkB. meats rharjred
< elected president of the, National but the minimum charge for PUBLICATION IIEULItE
4 the first IS words or less Is JOc. To insure publication? copyjnu
1 JI Asociation of Insurance Com- The. rate for Itl_..'... type ia 3e a be In The Citizen officV btrfota. 11
missioners recently at Philadel- ....rd. sad the minimum charge fortae I o'clock in tbo savrntng A( \ \day
phia. It is the second time the first IS words la 45c. I of publication..: s V' .:,

,s{ T't state has been so honored. J. C. .- J* 1.411

., s ] I Luning, state treasurer servedas coaitt4st
I Ott < All advertising la accepted underthe following ID.the
president in 1928. vent of error In advertising, transient or contract. wlrl-fca
I The association is an organization responsible-! only for the first Insertion la Claifl4 Adverttq.n".adla. .
Display A..I.l.c for only the artuaj amount,of .
: apace ->c ed lJilIae
of insurance commissioners part of the advertisement where the error occurs. ,
and superintendents of the _. eiB IBB _ '_ __ tL C*_ ?
sv .. . .. R551 iWANTED
.1 48 states and the District of Columbia. :

Participating actively FOR RENT I TO.. BUY \..
also are Hawaii Puerto Rico i t
t and Canada. Purpose of the organization House. Two adults, no pets. Piano presentable 'and*' in" good

I is to promote uniformity ,Phone '772-M. jun26-6txj I ' '
in legislation Effecting '
f4z Ii i insurance, to disseminate information Store space in Pomciana Commercial .**

r- and to devise ways and p Building, twelve byj FOR SALE-USED;CARS,
S means' thirty-six feet. Apply in writing :
fully protecting interests : ';1
of policy holders. to Housing Authority, .!
t tI tt Box 9, Key West, Florida. { 1942 tudor super de :luxerFprd.Excellent .

FOR SALE / jlyl-3t I condition., See'Virgil
t ,, 85-2 Pomciana or' liftfnfoe

.Young canaries and 16-foot boat FOR RENT-APARTMENTS r rF Motors Inc.. t'}un3JN3tx,

Whitehead. 1310 Johnson 'St I
jlyl2txOne Furnished apartment, 3 rooms Model 1940 Ford panel-truck. A\>-
and bath. Maid and janitor J.!, ply Perez "Bros. Bak ry.' 1025
---- -- service linens
National 'cash register one ; find utilities J White Street jun30yti
.. .AP 3'hoto) dining room suite. Bob's Sport ,. ;furnished. Summer rates. Coral ,
t.st At a r c J'NORMAN.. BEARD. 38-year-old swamp dweller.sits in"Cumberland ,- 'I' Shop 706. WhiteSt' Phone 'Hotel Apartments, opposite','37 Buick Special Sedan. 'Fc&d
county jail cell at FayeUerQle. N. CoO accused assault onT4.fCixialer 1134.' ilyl-2t, .P6st.Office.jun2514tx condition. $450;;00. 'Sad Neal:
Last week 16- u-old Eul Mae"Muonr told,officctn. ',, Hospital X-Ray Dept"Ask
i ttttrth eld her captive deep in the swamp ;lop j about'.;monk Newcoat: 'stiits.,3 far'$ 5.OOsize ,Furnished-pets.Conveniences.apartment, .adults$50.00.no a' for Nod nin.'J!:. jlyl-Jtx

1 against her wilL The priscner denied'the'charge..; He'sld the ] .1:&.: New, brid' '5 veil., .400. Street. Phone {t ,
1206 .t-
;I g stayed with voluntarily and wanted, him"f !>>,murr j1aL' worth $10.9S, dress, size:12,: '1003-W jlyl-tf *37 Ford looks fair, run? ,firrralt-
00. Two.pair.shoes size:5i, :
--- --_. T. $3. tIes good. $195. Metor recent
1 200. Apply 324 "Elizabeth 'I ly overhauled. 150-D Poinci--
Furnished 2 1-2-room j
W. (rear.-. : jlyl-2tx, apartment l ,'ana_ a: -
-The -Langston: n Utilities furnished. Couple only.
915 Windsor Lane. '
j. 'l\pp1y
{ '
-Nearly; jlyl-tf 36 Pontiac 'tudor looks .good,
ReeiiliSts In new,' -large 72" ,sofa-bed, easy' runs good, good tires. $295.

FORECAST ,. .:? t: :;chair. -platform Crocker;: end table ;: 150-D Poinciana.. : 3lylZtxNOTICE .
t coffee table, occasipnalchair Furnished apartment, new gas] a
Key West and Vicinity Partly ] .I Marine Corps ,, table lamp: all in beau .-range, electric refrigerator, continuous -- \
cloudy and continued warm today tiful blond wood. ;:Also 9 x.,1 2 hot, water.. Monthly. '.'i ..Itt

tonight and Friday. ''Mod- !' iape.IatIa-lb. Chips' floral rug. Double box and m- Phone 215. jlyltfFotir Mimi Hayes thanks party.:t6fj.re-

crate southeasterly winds. Scattered 'CAMP'"Pf.ptTO" 'CaUf., 'nerspnng mattress. Two tall t I t turning E 1reJ.elc.I h\CPd

showers in the area. ; July 1Maliith3asterSerge8rti I Ii I bureaus and overstuffed chair. =t:ap rtments. Apply 411Williarf lead,you right from i WiHiam 'C. JlnSlon. .30. 729 Plus 10" and 5" oscillating Street jun28-30tx : 'jll1-t.X
Florida: Local showers arid'tl United,street,? K2'j'West; Plorf- fans .Small kitchen table and I I '..

thunderstorms ,this afternoon da. reenlistt d'' 1.JOT an'a di- two chairs, First' 325.00 takes Three-room apartment 713 Si- WANTFI-FEMALE -

an dagam Friday. Partly cloudy J tional four j-ears': ''aijd will the it. '6-B Porter Place or Phone monton, Street jun29-3tx ;

tonight Little change in temperature -: transferred tor: .recruit depot 113-R., ,jlyl-3tx Seamstress.. Steady work"'fo1.-
I 1!I Parris Island.:C. His,wife:; ',AlI I One-bedroom furnished apart- .lins, 505 Duval, Street: ijup26dux'v''
East: Gulf & Jacksonville Thru I I I icia and SOl.r WjlUam,'C Jr;. 16, Small business at 822 Fleming'StreeL )ntentf Newly finished. Apply ,

'Florida, Straits Gentle to mode- will accompany -him on hi' $,'rip' Deals in magazines '912 Fleming, Street, 'upstair,
I 1 rate cast and southeast winds to. the East Coast. '. :: cream 4nd sundries. Reason Apt 2. .jun30-tf Woman' to demonstrate 'Nescafe:

over south portion and light to- A first marine division veteran ableprice.. jlyl-3tx Instant Coffee in Key ;:West

gentle variable winds over north,, Sergeant Langston participated Efficiency apartment two adults, Grocery Stores and to giv$ spfc'--:
portion thru,, Friday. Weather in the bitter struggle'.for Breakfast table three chairs and '$4,.OO. Large. apartment,' two cial servings at .cluba,fraternal

,partly ,cloudy wish widely scat. ,I Okinawa, the final Japanese t large rug.. 515. Simonton St bedrooms. electric kitchen and church organizations.MysJ
tercd showers and thunder- I stronghold, the,Pacific. '. t- jlyl-lt $90.00. Call'1094.R.. be between ages; of Q1irl.Y.\'J1
,' **** The, fighting Leatherneck first ; '- jun30-3tx
stwms t I fifty Salary- $7.50'a'Ai"y..lphl.
No small craft waimngxn .orftorrn' enlisted June.20. 1940. and underwent Z Boat with outboard engine, both expenses. Write lo"){ '.' Tlf;;1h.
S, +lhings ire. being:..ttis-t his-boof training. atfParrw 1 new. 16000. Can be seen at Furnished ,studio'apartment' for Odham, P.O. Box 3t* 1,"b

r pla'cd.. r Island: ;... 1-5 Ft. Taylor., Friday or Sat adult.- No pets: All conven- 24, Florida, and stage
\ j Master Sargeant Lan ton iences. Near beach. $46.00.
urday. jlyl-2tx pcnence qualifications agi- &
jU", Report holds the American Area Cam.paigri'Medal. 1214 Duval Street jlyl-tf '"

'I E t hey t. t 'American Defense Baby bathinette. with folding.' I .
West Fla 1 1948 ': '
July ,
Medal one star, Asiatic- '
furnished' to SCHOOLS'x '
legs, pad included 1127-J, 2809 5-room. apartment NURSERY ; .
i, (Observation' taken at City Office.;' Pacific Medal with one' star Flagler Avenuejlyl<< -2tx sublet for month from date ,- _'. T,
; ., 8:30 A.M., EST) China Service 'Medal, and the I taken. Possibly longer. $86.00 Nursery school, 728.' :,Fleming,
t .World War II
Temperature Victory. Medal." Two-bedroom' house, 4127 Duck plus utilities. No children or hone 551-M. Taking_appl c"-
Iligh yesterday, 91 Ave. Newly constructed. Can pet... Phone 1193R.t tions for summer ScttooUfftif--
Lowest last night 80 t Greeks ,and'Romans "ate with
? jlyl3txFOR
,be inspected from 4 to 6:30 p.m. dents. Ages 3 to 6_yeais4 .y.
Mean 86 'their fingersiteiitheir: food d -
'Austin 4 jun30r2tli.
daily or contact G. Taylor :
Normal ,_ .. --- 83 been cut into'small piece&.' .- APARTMENTS a-.r
804 ,Caroline ,St., Phone RENT-
PrecipitationTotal < / :; :'
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IE;* 24 hours '' .00 ins. ;, 7:2a,p' ,, ..)l51p-\6t; "
f ', r '
Total this month .00 ins. 0-
House trailer, 17500. Good The' Stub Hotel; '410 Fleming Dp'you need a new lawhmoJveY
this month." .08 ins ADDITIONAL TIDE, DATA;:;
Deficiency ; condition Apply Mastic Trailer I .!Streethas: a pulmanette. We have the ,Turf-M: stSA
Total this year jf 17.69 Ins. Reference, Station: Key Weft ,Park 638 United. I fled: several'sleeping rooms ya- .I Clemson and Dixie rhoers at
Evcess this yar _* '351 ins. t:"vTIra of|Height' jun29-3tx cinl;! Low weekly or. month the Key West Garden -afisl

Relative Humidity StaUoa11d.' thigh water .rates.,_ jlyl-tf Lawn Supply Co, 914 FUynlnfi ?;
8:30 A.M. BaLla
at Honda .
Handy-hot portable electric wash- Street Key West .Bird t,sand t
Barometer 66',, t\ No(bridge Name) Key.-__:-. Oh 10m" 0.0 ft ing machine. Company guar FOR 'ROOMS Goldfish headquarters. ,

($*a Level) 8:30 A.M. (east end) _+2l1 ZOm antee. 2000. 1124 Seminary .OVERSEAS HOTEL j
ins.1016.9 mbs. Street jun293txGas
30.03 --
Boca China
Tomorrow's Almanac (Sandy Point)-CK 40m 917 Weekly Fleming Rates Street REFRIGERATIONr4,..
Sunrise 5:42 water heater. 20 gaL capa-
am. '
Caldes Channel ,
$8.00 to $10.00 without Bath Holbrook Refrigeration Service,
city, practically new, Also
sJnd.t 7.20 p.m. (north end) _'+2h lOmF 1:,,..ftoOo
$12.00 to $15.00 with Bath domestic and commerciaL Work
Mo irise 1:52 a.m.I birdseye maple vanity, with ;
', large mirror and bench. 1321 jlyl-tf guaranteed free esUmat on
Moo et _, _, 3:19 p.m.c NOTE .
u <'t. ,_" Newton, Phone 257. repair. Call 724W.* .
(-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto
: TIDES be subtracted. ,> jun293txMan's .

: Tomorrow (+)-Plus sign: Corrections MISCELLAKEOt1SWas1.ers.
( bicycle, good balloon tire, Furnished cottage. Apply 1128 Wier
(Naval Base) be.added.hHour .
: good paint $16.45. 1900 Sta Margaret Street or Phone
EaStern Standard. Time) ( ples Ave. jun293txOne 84 .J. jun28-6tx Irons vacuums# $n<)
-Hi h Low (m)-Mmutorft fans repaired. O'Brlal-t Phoue
5:31 ant 12:54"a.m, ) }ee:
FOR 1164M. jlyl-lf
15-foot lynan, 22 h.p. John .
IIEUL1N 'OODCRS eon outboard and trailer. Inquire COTTAGES .
Key West Boat Yard., Floor sanding done by expel;,
jlyl- One-bedroom cottage screenedporch Free estimates given. Phone
for couple. Also efficiency 163 or call at 701 Caroline $t.i1y1 .

: Adding J11 K'hi'ne, r.:asnable;; To'! apartment for working .tf

ledoScalesdisplay box; slicer: couple. Call 1021-J. jun29-3tx Street
meat grinder; meat block drink Caroline Shop, 223 Ann
box. 1101 Simonton, Phone ,STORAGERed will remain open through July
1167. jun30-4tx with increasing stock of ,neW;
J Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor inexpensive cottons 'for suitcovers -

New Greyhound traveling iron commercial. .Phone 798. II and draperies., From 10

with heat control. Never been jlyl-tf to S daily except Thursday and

used. Inquire 501 Whitehead. Saturday afternoons. '
I II Jun:8l Ct
i i jun30-3U FOR SALE,

I Baby carriage, six months old Electric water pump and pressure i l Alterations and Dressmaking,,
excellent condition. Reason I storage tank. Phone 136. Phone 1331-M. 1017 ,Marg rff.,

.. I I -able. 521 Simonton. 'Street. ___ ._ jun29-3t Street.- -- -jun29.-3t---

fLttJ t Bungalow lime; small grove store on, four buildingand nice I Something New! '

lots, size 50 x 120"each in good ,, :.

section. This can be bought on SAFETY with BEAUTY :
:: easy terms. Johnson & John.i ;

son. Phone 372. jlyl-tf I r
t. For Asphalt Tile FloorsPLASTICA .

500 eheets. 8i x 11, white newsprint -
25c. A man Press Citizen '
Building. Phone 51. No. 3 .

tom., junl7-l .t

Eliminates Waxing Easily Applied and ; :
_ White outside paint White eQaI -
I I met $2.75: 'per gal. 5% DJXT Dries Quick To Glossy Non-Skid finish ,' .
(AP Wirephoto
from Berlin ,
) &
Fly-go. per qt Doherty .- '
:WILLIAM H. DRAPER. JR. (center). U.,S. UnderseCretary of I i Co 848 XUivia cor. Packer. SOLD BY "

the Army. arrives in_Berlin to study the food crisp arising from Phone 1597. -jlyl-tf I KeyWest Floor Covering Co. ; :;

the Russian blockade of the city. Greeting him are Gen. Lucius Three rooms of-:furniture. Rea ,. ,
Clay left) of Marietta., Ga. UJ3. occupation ,commander .in r
sonable. 86-3. Poinciana. 132 PHONE IU4.< .'
Germany, and Frederick Devereux, adviser to" _._. .
Gen. Cl y.f* _. "- .__. jun30-3U .' J,.JL .
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:THURSDAY;.JULY: 1, 1918 THE EE3T: CITIZEN' *.= : __ > _' .' PAGE. FIVEBENNY'S -

aA. tflrl'l'lllll. "II., IIIIII'IIII 'I SI .I.1.1.1I.1.1I ?!:.2r -!:'' ;"iI'lA'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'I4! ,

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1 Motor Court : ... ............................................... ..:....... .......: .............................................
'. : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000) : "-4 ,

!i : Ownership 909 Siuionlou-Management Si. Nice Selection--GIFTS and SOUVENIRS- .: .. Kit L; EI.?,Ctrl- WE w E REPAIR SELL', IT m I .i .e.... .... : POOR OLD CRAIG S I

: of BENNY FERNANDEZ: : : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : ::" We Will;Call For and.DeJirerM : WHITE ::STAR Service StationJ. :

Serving : SEE OURSHOWING Electrical I : Years Exp ri nce la Electrical.Work ::. .. S
S BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 'of Applianceseeeeeeeeee. : '" : : CLEANERS.Marco .. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE I1U :

.LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 : .... ....................-..... .... **. : LL CCI211.Davit $.treet''' : Mesa..Jr. Prop. : 1 Fcaads and Dirbloa Streets ,
; I, .DINNER. 5 to 6:30 .... .. eeeea ... : ELECTRIC; TEIZPHcDiU: 701 DUVAL STREET s : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Acces orie*

The Best of Steaks : : 'ioME.S STORE i r. ;.._._.._._-.-....i.._._._._._._._._.,..__.._._.:..._..J.lea..._..._-.y_ ; : S22. SIMONTON. STREET. : ......Tour. .PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer............: .
Short Orders i.an wiche's! : : : .55...................e.. ..............$......iS -J Dry,Cleaning' : ..........r..................................... p

Iii''. ::. TROPICAL Try Our, Frozen DRINKS : : "Your Patroness Iimled"* : PRITCHARDFUNERAL 1 E R'USSEl'L'S ;*: .44 and-HOUR Pressing.SERVICE : :: RADIATOR SERVICE i

ti and : : 'Ice Cream : v )2 free Pkk-Up and .
: Open Daily Sunday Proprietary Medicine :. Gd D'S' Delivery Service NOW AVAILABLE :

4' :S.....'A.M......to..Midnight..........., Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ; : DRY 1 i S SUITS for MEN : : Rod Cleaning 9 Kr/wi/r//i and 9 Flushing :
: Toilet Preparations and Article F.! HOME' :: : 1106. OLIVIA.STREET ': : ., and. WOMEN. : AUTO AND :
..................a*............................. !: *I. 'Blade-to-Measure. \ : TONY'S. : ,
;i :............. ...... ...1............................................... a Let Those Serve 373 '1 :I .PHONE 282 603-05 GREENE STREET BODY SHOPS :

MUMFORD I \ and ROSS : 'Who Serve Best :, Specializing: '1'.,.*.:..._.'.. -........ .... ........see.ee5555.5.55...5e5e55555e5......e.. l

i GOMEZFURNITURE i :: -220 DUVAL STREET S WE HAVE NEVER :I I in ,.. .":-*'....i*...............: ........................................... r''
. i CO. : : Exclusive; Monroe County'Distributors for' :: BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-.wILL .: Womcns\&tul,, :\ .. .< T\ ":' : :: CAROLYNPhone BEAUTY SIIOPPE :. 't'r f ti

a 720 DUVAL STREET : .! Carrier AirCou&tioningfor : -- "(jj': :; t' I 0- P.EZ : :. Overseas Hotel SIS Fleming StS \J-

: Juvenile Furniture : : Ambulance Service : .. Cluldrei". .. ,''... .'..':.. .:I': ... :.. ;. DONALD BARBER ,
: HOUSEHOLD : : S33 Domestic PHONES and Commercial. Use- 91W : : Telephone 548 :. : "'; e.' :t ',f uneral, Service : We Specialize In i
". FURNITURE : ...V.e.f........... .......N.................... Never Sleeps : : Apparel: v;|r; :'''=" .'"'",Estakllahed 18.s. : : Scalp Treatments- Hair Dyeing S, ,

Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ; .................................1!............... !...... ...........:......i........... ... ... i: -.' r.i .. 175 ALL TTPK OP HKI.F.'IK CURTIS ,, \.,
Axminster Broadfelt ... .... ... .. ........... ............. ...! ; i" Licensed Funeral a.....................PKRMAKKNT...........\VAKS............. ,
S RADIOS andAppliances '...!. ..+ : :: 1 i,.101ti. \'I1t. tore. acrd .: .. e.. ................... ..........: !t,

I d :. &: A.. MYERS. ."' ?vrya lLicensed ,., ..'...aEtnbalmere. : STELLA BEAUTY NOOK f''
:' S
: : ,
: ,
i 24 Hour Scientific Culture
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"Term* Arranged" / .. i; : ::1.'!;! .: '. : '.in All Branches : .l.
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. ; ; -fiu.biilancc'; ; .: .S F'J J.\J
} .. : Thoroughly Experienced !Ii'
,. : MON and SAT. . 'f.i .
,. ,.t PAINTING Contractor 3 : Operators : \tt
.. ..................A*. \ 1 5 ,, :I*. *'S*. 'Service: : Soft Water U: d Exclual.sly t-, J ,, i
5: ; : .
9127 114 Dural Street Jefferson Hotel ,/%' ,,.l.Pha. .-.Night 698 Phone 637 S36 Fleming St. / .
:S. .....................t :.. J. Douglas] Trevor .....Telephone........e..........................-.' ..-..'*. ,!:. ...r#..... ..' .'..:... :..........e.e.............. .......\............F
.................t......t.e..................: .r 1'r ...
i PRICE TOURS 'i : .' .. ............ Friends and the Public; Invited
: : 1829 Harris ATC. Key West. Fla. : Electric> :$. \1':.!l !: ..8;' ; Former Customers i

Paa enger : :. PIIONE 137-1-K : BftTPOIUT Karen" jrj;f'K' e yWest: Fla.L i Frances Beauty SalonFrances I

.. .. Representative .: ... :. Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical. AppUancts-' t 1;,. ] : Park. OwnerS : t..:

a : fa* .. A ra (1111)W : Washing! :Machines for Immediate': Pe i!. :.i.i'-1; : .:.SOUVENIRS, .. 1010 GRINNELL STREET a

EAST ................................................. : .. :CQ1jCH[SHELLS :. Beauty Culture in all its Phases :
; FLORIDA HOME APPLIANCE) I I60S t. '..,' All SU-M : f' Permanents Scalp Treatments s :rt

COAST RAILWAY ................................................. SIMONTON STREET PHONE. ;'11 -*., ..*. f: ; -' : Facials Shampoo Manicuring : \:
............................................ : For Appointment Phone 1331 !
How Located: Hex : : Save-dwellings 20%, Fire Insurance ............................................r+ .:f ;, COCOANUTS:"-.l" ..ee.....e.........e._ ............a.,................................e....................i

1 : DR COBO'S mercantile Landscaping Marl\ and Top Soil ':2*. .' SPONGES' PHONE< 1311Dural r '
by INSURING withAtlantic ; r- :
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OFFICE bldgs. house- S _' '_' : art 0 n s 1400 Street ;'iJ
: bold and per. Mutual t I Fire .I Insurance Co. : : TOP SOIL$WO PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK. *' : r ?:
''tll': FLEMING STREET : sonal effect MARL HAULEb.$S.oO for 4 YARDS' -e'l. "" 5 :Will Shly to Any Part :
Hear of La Concha HoW Save IS'% on All Policies Nen-Assassable of,VJ3, Canada : Southernmost House in the u.s.A.
; S : Also Lots'Cleared. and Marl Spread Vexy Reasonable: : I: .:j.v .or I
.. MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, A t.. Ph. 67.4 : : Paiacio : Featuring. ..
kS PHONE 124 .8 .1 a r q'S. .
................... G .,EECB 1021 Olivia."t'.: : :l : ,"Spot Reducing, MacLEVY :
: ... ... .. '
e*.. eeeeeeeeeeeeooe. .. >eee.".. ."*.eeeeeeeeeeeee" '.- ... .. :. PHONE BOt. '0 .,a.. .' '401 South Street : : i19!" '0Mechanical Mas I ajie METHOD : ,

............ ... ............ .... .....-.......'.................."..a...... ...;: | ,.CY'WEST.FLORIDA : : .Complete BEAUTY SERVICE/
.. .
...................... ..... 5 55 5 .q.......................a.......a....:.... ;>...*1e5-:.. :,............. ..5.5e5555555.5e5....55........................
: : .'% 5!._..:.......... '555555555.55555555555.55555..5....*..........
.1' B.&B.: CYCLE JEFFERSON SHOE 3 For More Nat ;
Ride the Bus to the : : ural Hair Tint :
GOLF COURSE : 822 Fleming St. R. M. Du ell.Prop. Phon 1013 ; : STREETfiV It. : : < ing or Finest ,:
: Open Daily and Sunday, .ACS ? ; Sales .... in Permanent
; : Cushman Motor Scooters :, 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. QL iSERVING .1 j'' Appraitala : .-x:> ,. Waves :

I : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : ; COMPLETE Dinners BF iSa?mtr'., '}'. "..I''. ..... ''LeasesRentals .i Beauty S '1

,: BICYCLE S Also A La Carte and Sandwiches NQr"v. <'. *-1 3h .. .' : *r

-."I..{, : : 9 Buddy Seats feT"* Rental Service -: .............a..REASONABLE............PRICES.........-..:..I' .;!. { "1 i ..:.":Hans ementIo : ,' Colony .
> proTed and'Vacant I i '
S TAKE .. .: ee'e'eeeeiFIRE s 321 Southard ,
BUS 4 ,; Parking Flags I' .PM pe* iM la.IterWIt : Street
; NO. 1to Ma r..i :vaod.Monro County Next to Southernmost ;
0 : Q Windshields :; NSURANCE : .
J.s Beauty
e the I V.'J..OTTO, r
GOLF 4' 5- : .1 : : x .k .t School ;
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LINKS : 6 Footrests : WIND AUTO; BONDS \ .KIRCIIHEINER : AU Licensed
S 1a : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE... :,; t.'fjf 7'f. i40 It$11LT08: : Beauticians ..
tr n
: Also DAYTON' BICYCLES and : v : 1) i '.', '4U'Flemag Street : tSpeciahziagln ,

Have Fun!' S :. STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : Key West Insurance pC; : ,- I ;: 111 WhlUhead Street' x Most Phase Modem of ,., ..'
i ...................... ...........................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : ale SIMONTON STREET PHOItE.iStl' J 1.t, .PhosW' 124 cad 731-R __ Beauty Culture .

...................................1..1....... _.............Directly......in..Front.....of..PostoiCce..........*/./.*'e., "> .'i: .....;................ :......Telephone......... 206 for Appointment*.........e..e: "
"t ...........................................e SEHABLAESPANOL III: -
1 .. .. ei BICYCLES REPAIRED ................: 55.55555.55555.55555. 5555.55555.............

:: Experience 24 HOURS in Watchmak SERVICE :: : FOR SALE -' FORWENT g BEAUTIFYJ.j: i .INSURANCE : Good( Work-Low Prices S

: ing qualifies us to assure S S Z : : D.I1r.betw .n'.30 AJ4. and 3:30 ,
Our Customers Must B. : Your Entire House with 9 \ "
you accuracy and depend- : OFFICE: PMAppointments are accepted: oP\: : .., ,
: ability in repairs. : Satisfied r ror :: .518. SOUTHARD : from public by Senior Students of ,s
: Whether it is the inexpensive : 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE"MO! s : INLAID LINOLEUM \ : STREET :
TheSouthernmost :
: seven jewel or ;
the seventeen OVERSEAS CYCLE 'STORE t. Oppoiita Boa Station I I
mostntf'cionsittl i : : ASPHALT TILE iEXPERTLY. .- -
: care is always ............................................... : School :
S guaranteed. 55555 SSSS SS SS 555555 SS SSSSSSSSSSS 55 : DCSTALLTD |
: If your watch is not : rf E j t t .Phone No. 1 of Beauty Culture .
: giving you complete sate DRUM BAR and i .
isfaetion why not bringit II 523 Soulhard Street l :

: in? Our' charges are ex. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Key. West./j} | -THE- There are a number available with over 800 hour ,
tremely reasonable. ; "
r state approved instruction who know the latest
DAN VAROLL PorterAllenCompany : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
: : "We Deliver"Best : Floor Co. I : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of e''
S WATCH and JEWELRY : Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Covering i: beauty culture: do good work at very low prices. Although .:
appointments are not required it is advisable. : -
: Work: Done On Premises ..1.ac1.Goods :; : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.TLQBiri t For Appointment Stop at
: 515 Street : ..................t.... .,.......".......................Ia....i..4ii1D t. ,.,.................. S 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PRONE toJ7 s: ..,.
Fleming 555 55555555555555.555 .....,.................... .
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Ss500t0 s4900i Mori.: lf-You 4 Can Buy For Leas f"JO iN..cuiiRY.
: When You Co. : Why Pay rr.h' : I
.it\. .: Food Shopping I 1. ... .. J and Pai\A'9\ (..ou %'ear or Use? :

:'"".....V..:. He Sure to Get : : .. CASH or TE1UIS :: l\IEN'S\ PA' .V f. 144tr S12JS Value I10JS :.' :
,: aft SIMS Value. $7.35 J
t < .. ,,, ..1- i '. : :. The FastestRadio r S ,.Vii..J..t PLUMBINGInstallations I

: Ladiea'.CO TiSUlTS; .11ALF-PRICE :

I c7trn: i Repair i:,. :. .Ladies9 DRESSES ..._ Greatly Reduced' : :: and Repairs ; !\

,r ENRICHED BREAD :' : SERVICE in South Florida : : Just Arrived-IrmtE PRESSES .
: Coach Carers Lben. .Curtain Pl* tic Table Ootha
\ : See Beautiful New;. Majestic End : '. Elctric Irony"Conrenieot .
: : and Aprons Sa rir|"* e"jU4io :>
: Thm Foundation of Today's : Table Radio-Phonograph at : ,': :Terap iAxrongetf :; : FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST : '!ti
Meal : :, : Call Us and Be Satisfied : SPhones
: Planning :
.s i I Al'sMusicCo. I i'i HAMILTON M MERCANTILE CO. r 781 and 229-W i.1
r ... : : TEOEPHQNE: 1512 'S
:. EerWedApd. --=:':$.: ; .IM ;.: TbHL M 522 Sonlhard Street : :: 7C7 WKrrE5ffiADlSTREET.JKeJt: Corner Angela St. :: : 512 MARGARET STREET'J : .t.:

....N.......................................- :.......RECOBDS'..e......tt..w......PHONE........1081..........'...:.' :.............:..........,.ir................... !'.-.............f.........................,.....
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AGE stx't.. i.. -Kty-'WES'l'-CITIZm--. .. . ,, ; THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1918
-7' Y '- .A.. <{ -'-=f"I ""' ; -' :> __ __
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LEMON OF} INDIANS J JOE LOUIS HANGS UP HIS GLOVES '1:"Bob's Sports-And 1- --D-rl-[-ARETlI- -- W. 'i ::::2L- ---o_:. _..:. "Mea. l" -Without. '.

I Yk kw i r i.1 Naval l Hospital ) A'Country" Now*

wk Seas
Tangle Tonight Sailing
Z $ txti I I 1 t
Defeats Detroit Tigers Last 1I
I Kantor's Men's Shop plays the !I j ,BALTIMORE.-(AP).-Six men
3 To 0 RravM'Of I j first game tonight against the a t
Night without
; j a country are sailing the
How StandFIoridalnternattonsj {Naval Hospital in the Softball
Seas aboard the
Kegums only
i twin bill at Bayview Park.
: Boston Down New oy 's z i
: I It is 'expected that Sweetingwilbe ; 'ship in the world still flying a

York Giants kr 1 on the Sizing .line for r. Latvian flag.
I' theMen's ;Lf
shop and peedball"'Martin
Baseball League + 'The only two surviving ships
x .
Inl 1'he A..ela4i P..d I fof J.bt Hospital bojrs.I 'J
Club- W. L.. Pet. P4 of the- half dozen which escaped
? If ,Kantc r's wBl'
< ,wUw.1 thajrt f go
NEW YORK. July 1-Bob t ;
I :__ 28 .687, when Russia took Latvia
Lemon Cleveland pitcher tossed Havana : $6 finto secohd place tend?if t they over in
,-the.first no-hit game of the Tampa'! T- .-- -,..-SO';33 .602' !lose They:' will go U Ui /d'Place.1: 1939: are lied up in Baltimore.

season last night when the Indians Lakeland.4442 J12 :, I I In the nightcap Adams Dairy awaiting ,orders and cargo. ,
SU Petersburg .... t 44 '42 .512 ,aKilL.pL'1y.theZ pb's STOrt! Shop.
defeated the Detroit Tigers : One of them the Everaga,
Miami Beach .. : 39 46 .459 For the Sport Shop, jloJierts.w ir
3.0.St.. Louis Browns defeated the West Palm Beach 39 46 .459 ; ': s pitch*.and Walker, catch, andd it'f : row flies the flee r>l Honduras,

Chicago White Sox 2-1. in the; Miami ?-.__ .. ,37 46 446 :' -. I is expected -that "Sue" Griffin and considers Porto Cortes her

only other nocturnal game played f' Fort Lauderdale _._.:-29 35 :1345 tyrts. '. '... .. 1: '".; wiUpitchand Villarfeal or Sands home port. But the Kegums still
<' catch for the Dairyboys. has the name of Riga-the Latvian -
in the American League last ,..
night. The Waslrington-Philadelphia I Major Baseball'Leagtte.sAMERICAN .' .....; I These two clubs have met five ; &: -f part-painted on her
;.: t| times so far this half and the stern.
game was postponed byt I : scores have beer Bob's 11, 1 tE t' i mac;. The ship has 'not ben home in .
rain. I j Cluh- W. L. Pct Adams '0; Bob's 801 Adams 3; nine years, and none of the crew t'

New The York Boston Giants Braves 3-1, last beat night the'* Cleveland 39 23 .629 Bob's 14, Dairy 1; Bob's 11,. Adams has hope of returning very soon. ._ ..

Voiselle's sevan-hit pitching.,'+ Philadelphia 40 27 .597 4; Bob's 16, Dairy 0.Adams' Ausis Kerns radioman. says he :
on New York 38 28 .594 won' 4 to Bob's 3. hopes instead to be admitted to 4
The Phitdelphia Phillies defeat-, 13-4, ,, Roston .. 32 29 '.525 ri1 Bob's have scored 63 runs for the' United States so he can :
ed the Brooklyn Dodgers
,' Washington 30 34 ..469Dstroit the series to Dairy's 12 runs. ft s'K f" 10.9'"S i'+; bring his mother and: sister out ''II
Cubs )
while Chicago were ri
.. --- 29 34 .460 of a German displaced camp to .:
taking the St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis 24 38 .387 L a home-"something we haven't ..

into Boston camp won 9-1. easily. from New i j Chicago 19 40 .322 I -w" ..m w.iI: .\ Recreation known in a long time." ;.+

( NATIONALClub City ,. Both ships are owned by the
York Yankees yesterday by ascore -- --- -' .
: : -o:
j CAP Wirephftto) : ; :; : 'Ii" : .
Grau s Shipping .
company a
of 7 to 3. The : "W. L. Pet ( RAP'WirlieY I ..
; J Boston .37 27 .578 I JOE LOUIS .(right-call) himself an ""ex-boxer" retiring.as : -.. j former Latvian firm now -oper +
AMERICAN LEAGUE | Program JIMMY OEMABET: deft( ) and ?in- Hogan'Ji ctd, ihe' .tnvetnftss ,fating, out of Uew York.
[ St. Loub 35 28 .556 undefeated heaT )nigh. e:1ia.J.mpion.: and,bands a pair of boxing % ; ; ; '..4
Night Game < Pittsburgh -. : .. ..-- :. 33, 29 .532 gloves, to PrcmoUr. Mike Jacobs. hi.New York's' 20th ,Century .Cup 'they-won fa th* InTerae s"rn-ri\-\ tio It} 'golf'tour'aeminl" ; Vt t:: "! ..

K. II. E. New York :32:3O: .516 Sporting Club. Joe'boxed:fQ1"Mike)fpr" 13.years. The retiring i Tohdaro;.'fbe'thb'tourtlt Mme i'flle\ -ir.'kt.> nf pfJr.: "M 30' ..1 .IPakrh the GRAND; :

Cleveland ..<* 350 Philadelphia33 33 .500 I. champion's left eye still shown the effects".of blows landed by I SOFTBALL' repeat in_ the ieurnainenU Pr4viou lrihe/atv;| !ir nt:4n'l9fi: for_ t
Detroit .... '- 4, .002 'Brooklyn "... L.= ; 27.33:' ..450Cincinnati I Jersey. Joe'Walcott: in their Now 'York fight/Fndar'nighV/ Barriew Park. Night ltU and 1147. 'This' 'time'they hushed''f.oara.daf.fuatcMs OPENING of .

Lemon and Hegan; Houteman1 i! -' 29 36- .446 j; : I TONIGHT- ;;' 1.I I I"First 1. : with phu'IS'i.' : : : \ : .1: .JANE & !Jn O :
and Swift. Y -| Chicago r .- 27 37 .422 ;, ; : {Game-Kantor's Men's! ;: ) SHINE I WO. .LFeaturing
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1 About Shop vs. Naval Hospital.Second '

Night Game |I Softball) IANWJlesClus. : l 1 I..- Game-Bob's Sport I IShop. TODAY'S' ( ;BIRTHDAYS j jKnowl 'Ypiifcit&rosi'THURD{ : >! rpij 1 e'{ (. 'the Bet Quality e< '"'

R. lie E.' I 'vs. Ad ms?Dairy. America 1 '.GROCERIES MEATS
St. Louis .. 2 3 11 t '. .--A". FRI AY-; I ( ) j I > y.: -
Chicago ___ __. 1 8 1 +!: Club-- W. L. .Pet I jl Johnny's LO. Is Late-.s -J First: 'Game-Elksf I Club vs. William Wyler-'of Hollywood,1 :1,1946Today'sltidit4tiotiis .t 1, uttilVEGETABLES :

Sanford and Moss; Gettol l and j l Bob's'Sport Shop _.... 16 1 .944' -VX- ,Flyers.Sec .- : movie director. born. .c in France are- tot jT r 1 at .4
Robinson. ;! VFW .._. __._m.. .,. 10 7 .588 nd Game-SubRon 4 vs. 46 .years ago. t,who is fu ;ofgoe6n fi.. patf""e e, 629 Eaton Strict .
thrift and : Oreat.Iw i
I i Adams Dairy 5 12 .294 VFW. Charles Laughton. actor ,bornin humility' tk :

R.n.E.t[ SubRron 4 r_ 3 14 .173 AdVIce Of EducatorsCHARTING SATURDAY- England 49 years ago:. may'way.l cv.accomplished f : i in a' 'mooest .:.Corner- of Elizabeth Street
Boston -- ,.- 7 10 0 Class'"&". 7:30-Kantor's Men's Shop vs.! 'Dr. Walter Clay Lciwderinilk.,,.sclfra, ; thJre'is.rod 'little "' 4 a
not enouxh
ertien, adgressivenelssAnd .
New York ._ 370 Club' W. L. Pet ,,. Elks Club.9:00PanAmerican. famed soil\ confervationist-'ol'the': :,
Kramer and Tebbetts; Raschi Elks Club ?- _......_i,_'11 5 '..638Kan I ij. "; ?" ,. .:.. ...:.:t./--s '''''+:t:. ',,''f'."".''.:'t.+ <;::< t.i+',{"t'x"..\ $',',;,"_ ,.,,; : Clippers Department of*. Agriculture, ..bornat ue tam] like1y.:;:.Sericje';Th )jvi11 but'lii-milt:= AdIP
.of" :.)<+". ''Y' '=" .''' .. '.' .'''''.'i. J: .''{:S=-' '''l''f<,, < '(::'',," '. Bob'eSport
("A" Miami team) vs. l :
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Page Gumpert and Beira. i tor'* Aden's Shop 8 8 .500; "# $i h 00 -' ; Liberty, N. Ci 60 years.ago.. but Jfor'Atopfe be.'eapvg -
VX-t Flyers .. *. 8 8.5DD\ : '' .. ..;.. 1'k, ..J'!' .,, ";': : Shop flea&tag Yxy: ler Jes yvfl1. .-
?--- --f}-ef.. ( ..."" '",, "i"A" 'tr << .. Le Pressman, ; former ,Q.O.t tt!' ?:riit 1U -io'sJfrsJ y ibmodeat '
Naval Hospital._ ___ 5 II .313 ;;: v<. ::-O-$ ; : :, West team). TOWCC
Y't4 born .
NATIONAL LEAGUE ., ; \.iW, tv.. "'t'i lawyef. itf f ew YLrt( 'City; :'requiremenfs' rat \he'na "I
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Night Game \ \ ; .:?i-ii -e iR t::. 42 years ago. tive.r ,. .. pert MMttM)'f jn/, '
First Game-SubRon 4 vs.Bob'sSport ..i.,' tot Wtft* a.t- "tacte .*
R. 11. E. 'WILL YOU SMILE? tJh'!. ::. ., i !.e4<";!< .. *'" ** < I Shop. I Walter White auth secretary" /r \ ;, .....w..r .*..)..ViMIoaIl
Boston 310 0 ',.;' p ; ,. ;t4: -. pf rational Association Tkee hi.tor. ;'MIc ..
> .f.' /' -J .1OC : I Second Game-Kantor's Men's I the qi t r uyfarndua) Rose. w ut, ?- t t1M
New York ... 170 Good ForSecond : Shop vs. Naval Hospital. the' Advancement of Cdlorad rte :'stone'-a slaJb;"of black ''baS Itr e ':j ela -
Voiselle and Salkeld; Jansen i I TUESDAY- I .People, born in ""Atlanta;J' Ga, 55. -was:: found;ftieaiUyt> western "- ;.,.r v -eCI !

Kennedy, Jones and. Cooper. i iA Look First 'Game-Adaiqs Dairyvs.. I years ago. V 1 mouth of the Nile.:River by one* -.-.- -.; -
.V M VFW. DrJ.. William M..Mann director.,,.of hapoleonZojtieers: )In. ,139$. .
R. H. E.J!' I', of the National Zoological Park:,' < r. -
Elks .
VX -1
Philadelphia ___ ...?. 13 12 0 A long lanKy, hatless individ- '.,1 Second Club.JULYS Game- vs. Washington; born in Uel The, ,ek' orrmodse'lf ,.the. arg- : .- ;. :..

BrooklynX- 4 8 1 ual in a state of jovial Inebria- ,I' -. I Mon _':'62 years ago. na'i est _m :nberofj; .th '. dw fth mil ,: '( 1tDNER'S- PHARMACY I
Leonard Dubiel and Seminick: tion came sailing merrily into First Game VFW Bob's I Madge Evans actress,. tort: in a S. f Tint Division Su Cor. Varela
Ram:dell; Minner- Palica and the City' Halland dropped 'an- :, vs. New Yorl' City. 39,years. ?go. .':writer; -boi it.'AniidpOGs, Hd;- 56 i PHONE,177 : FRIT.DELIVERY;
Sport Sbopr <{< 7 ii
Edwards. '* j jf !| chor before the window of- the I Second Game=Kantor's Men's I JAies XL: 'Cai author,-screen:)years.ago: :T..I." .1 .." >: *. 'l I IfS 11I.
Registrar of Births,and! Deaths.'Goodmornin' I vSo VXi --,',,- "- .".-. I. tillI.H
R. II. E.'i gentleman ha ?
Chicago .- 913 O'.sang out. "I wanna register the ,July 9First- Game-SubRon 4 .

St.' Louis __ ., ,1 6 I birth (hie) of twins' : ** Adams Dairy.; { vs. ALE* ROSE BOOTEE Y i 'KOSE.I1QOTERV ,* SALE
Walker Yearn f Why .do.you say' 'gentlemen'? .;; .
Ilamner and ; ... Second Garner-Elks Club vs. _.. r. "
Wilks, BUrkhart, Papal asked the man behind the win- .
Munger *
and '| dow. "Can't you,.see I'm along *.

Elementary schools were founded -) her"Alone r.?" shouted. the'astoniShed HIS 'PROGRESS% ...,l1,. e."JQ: >teats 1 JULY First 12-Game Elks-Kantor's Club. Men's i < '

tin England before the Reformation father. "Only one' of.you take? 'are.given by qualified personnel_a*grave-- ,.injustice Second Shop va.Game VFW vs. Sub- lET'S "HELPIACH OTHER ,
Then I'd better home'and '
but 'received impetusby go can .bt done to chfrf11"! ; ..\JUfs Ja e'Wil.'[ Ron 4. '
: the founding in 1699 of an another look. Maybe'it isn't (.hic. ) Hams t JULY 13- c:: .. _. ....... .. -0
N. >
\ and"Adriseritent
organization to promote charity twins after all., of .YJJi'Te'ting! Center! First Game Naval Hospitalvs. ". 'r.r.
schools for children. I IThe j Aires the Progressive Achievement test,'o .10-year-. VX-1 Flyers. *, f-o"

The capita1.or"Uba is.correctly old Mike Roper. Second Game-Adams Dairyvs.
: g
tomato is a native of La- spelled) either Habana (Span- .' Bob's Sport Shop. YOU HelptJsW': tl riJurSTOCK; g'

tin America. ish) or Havana (English). 1! JULY 15- .
MARKS .. .
-- v .
.. First Game-Naval Hospitalvs.
. HELICOPTERS 00- NEW 'WORKI AP N ewsfeatwes'' Y I Kantor's Men's Shop. g : r"7 N

t Don't worry-too much about 'your, child's, LQ. .'He.may bea Second Game:-Bob's Sport WEHe1pYouYQUSAEMONEYy ,

mental giant one day and turn out to be a normal or even *a* Shop vs. SubRon 4.

subnormal child, a week later.It JULY. 16- iC :
'depends upon emotional factor's, the kmd 'of. lest taken I First Game-VX-1 Flyers vs. .'"' .
Elks Club. 01LY. bNCE ADo { :
whb' gives the test "aud'who interprets the'results, says Sister Second Game-VFW vs. Adams < : ; .YEII .: ::

I Mary Corde Eorqng. Dairy.? I ffi WE BOTl Jt y 'J1.ai P 'r.PItTtJN y '

Sister MarY. Corde of the faculty: ot Maryknoll .Teachers I Eo- ) '- .
V I Cxillege.Ossining":.N. Y. asks in an article written for The Cath- SOFTBALL '
s I 4- olic School Journal: _- -" '- .,. I
Bavvlew Park Afternoon Q
.. AtE S'fttTSFRlD Y.
"W !
) at Good Is An LQ.r.Het -... : and Morning Qw ;
.answer: "Not 'much SMILE? i-- ,
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.goQdt-: J .. r '
: -- en : : ; : : ( 2 :
An,I. Q.,'short for PoorWrjetch! s w ,0 "- .. =
Intelligence \ AM
: 9:00
TENNIS _- ..- : ii ... ..: .
Quotient .. ,
;; is based on;a series of k. : ; : :
,- "i''' .w.! '.Park tem --I a : .
merttal 'tests! and is, supposed to : :'' '. .' p : < :. :
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A'jovial worker.' vrsiting3gprison. ; ..r:3 andtNighty > '-; -- # .. : : ..
show how intelligent child is. ; .' *'
1T 'a ,it : i : ;- i
/was' much' '
But; says Sister Mary"Corde, the impressed, by, : : r.. : : ; 1r'
melancholy, attitude ol one DaUyplay.'i a '
unless .the.\ examinations are of man she found. '. I'r"I :
!t -,, I
the:best, the tests by"qual.
given ; "
ified ;"My poor; man, sheYiympathlied. 1If'SHOES'WnrSe'Sold'Jc :
personnel, and the'results Barriew Park. Night
; '"What, is the length of ,
interpreted by experience' teachers -. your term?" v" FRIDAY- ,
"it is easy to-$ee what grave t"Depends 7:00: to 9:00: P.M .
I : on politics 'iady, reI '
l injustice can be done to chil-
I plied
the melancholy one. 'I'm
dren. "I the warden." BASEBALLMunicipal arREDUCEDRICES $
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It is common knowledge, she : .. jC
New eatwes :says "that, obtained 1.*Q.'s'vary SUNDAYTo Stadium. Afternoon, .

I AMBULANCE-This helicopter landed gently oa .the from day t J day and from year,"gifted child" may, be one with be announced.- == '.** "" .. irn l.-.dnifJlir! ,_ 0i
of a >Berkeley. Calif. hospital allowing patient to be .to year. Case histories show |exceptionally 'high intellectual Army Barracks. Afternoon rI.
that children's obtained X: j' capacity or one who is t/ '
wheeled directly into elevator and oauWasOO1De: Q.'s I markedly SUNDAY '
may vary as much as 20 points superior in some specific: direc- To be announced. i JAMdtJSRANDS\! ( : : ; ;
due to emotional factors.;) j tion-a* in art music, mechanics : ,...... .: .

In School .X" points out Sister -I lor; social leadership.j Yet says ; .
You'll Find What You Want in -
the S
Mary Corde every child had American Association for .
been 'given a group dental test.;{Gifted Children, there are' all- I I The Citizen's Classified Ads.BROADWAY. W Shoes" arid Dress '"Slides '' IT:
If was not the best one of the too-numerous cases of gifted chilI '. fM .Flay .

best available but the teacher dren whose capabilities are not .' .... ...,.f
thought the. results infallible. i J understood and who becomeantisocial .--'-.-. '. "' :
x .
They were the first I. Q.'s she i t' or'even misuse 0 their ,: :: I.Styles. *

had had for her class. i talents. .
What she di In't know was that I 'Conceited: parents are perhaps CIGAR STORE '.: : "
Johnny's abnormal score was due! the greatestulahge to. the gifU

.to the :;fajefthat: he Was..'opset 1 f ed child, says Rhea K. Boardmanand '
because his mother had not been{ Gertrude Hildreth in thei 610 Dura Street!, .

home to get his breakfast. '.i i magazine understanding The I ; B ;
.t"\; .have? known" child to!, Child. COMPLETEBASEBALL : : Jto e 1 r
:score =air"L Q. of 78"du"e to re.j I' 'Suchlparenis.: 'Yorgetall: about ,
,,tarder reading and to raise it to- a child's right to be a child and

97 after six months r&nedial instruction .proceed instead to the intensive tr2
( : ..
,*" says Sister Mary Cor-:artificial cultivation ef the child's f SCORES en 425, D I StreetOPPOSITE -. \HLe Corner of a

de. i jjEifts. .. Too often the gifted a uva *,'.FLEMING STREET r,
U Y.vef, she .c riclude.;. ve ,child is treated like a miniature .
must not lose faith completely in i adult;he b rushed into scholastic POPULAR BHAHDS iCigars : LA CONCrtA .HOTEL' *'

.our intelligence Kales. Fallible j'long.pants as soon as possible. ic; :

as they are they are air" we; Theserparents are disappointed andCkI < ... .

WEED-KILLER: -Thi* helicopter" flying, 40 mifes in 7w%'1t.., I,have.,child- > maybe gifted.and yet j jA 'i'rest later in whentiie developlSg child Ii"ik'taIelt loses onte-sod Soft w.E 'ROSE.:iO myi. osE' tioonKr:. '-* SALE .

feet above the ground; "sprayed a 170-acre ,wheat field' near notjbfe a -high"I.' Q. As-used by fails to live yp to the expected Drinks -. .. ." _-_- ___ r ::.- ;_: :'. .- ": :: :.r .;.<.::{. __ .
Dodge City !C.... in aa agricultural. demonstration.S. I the -U.S'OUice cf Education. .. tionrfor'him" ... .
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Poinciana [] Food Sales At
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Teiifints Assn. !I Woman's Club 600, FLEMING 4 :.-
Elects Officers i, Key Westers were informed today -
I I that the Woman's Club wil
Mcaday evening in Poinciana'I I resume its practice of having r WE :
nursery the board of directorsof food sale from time to 1irr. \ "
the Tenants! association held a The first sale will, take place F"r
meeting for the purpose of or- Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clockat DELIVER
ganizing ;he parents into a spon- the clubhouse located. at 3H! ,
u sorship jroup: for the nursery Du.valstreet.
school.Another meeting wiIl..beheld
All the famous cooks belonging. Phone 48
July 8 '
x elected to the club will be representedand
Officers are: '
Kathryn Hagadorn, president; : a relaxing holiday can b*
enjoyed by those who take advantage
Mrs Peggy Homer vice president -

9". treasurer.; ;Mrs.Mn lrs.Elizabeth.Louis Edna Clerk McMullen Singleton secretary -,,I I: inmammmmaumm of the fare. Flag Quality, Foods Fo r A Long Vacation .Week End'

chairman Mrs.
membersh! ;
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t Laura lingers entertainment'.j TRIUMPH '
chairman, and Mrs. Lorrie Pep- COFFEE I
per, publmty chaitman I ;MILL Ubby't BarH tt No. 2'/2' Can r
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Aztecs to- at q.S( i. 37c
The anucnt( grew ,
their of Indian ,: All, Grocer j
matoes IT patches .
Ja : l73
rn c
TELEPHOItE 411 o >< ?>
: I MONROE MARKET Wm. N. Knowles, Prop. 3 3at .

It >b 533 William Street the Corner of -4*4SOUTHARD Kellogg's.Rice. 2 Pigs. .
j Krispies 25c MAXWELL'HOUSE-ALL._GRINDS .. '

E .'/i-Gallon. Sugar 5 U s. 37c \ ; : .
25e -
l .; E:' CLOBOX KITCHEN C PILLSBURYFLOUR.5.Jhs.46c 4 IVORY SOAP COFFEE. : : *'\;i.&V i :!:; ::; .. Ib.;. 49c

Swan .
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35JELL .. .. '." >' 'ft 'a, r .
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MATCHES. ] brcj. : Medium :: ; '
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risG. .t? -SERT S Ail Flavors . .Package. 5cPeter .. .! .' ...' LIPTON" -' & :.s. .*" '.".. .. :.,,;.: : :, .

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.C .; ; :; .? ]16 1 19c
(Pan Crunchy PEANUT MUTTER jar 27 .. T '. ; t;-;... ; >- S
Starch i I7c .
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Carnation MILK: Tall Cans 4 for 51c .
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yfi 9t' SrokeK's( ", CUT GREEN BEANS . can 17c .
CALO2cans25c HIRES-LARGE FAMILY SIZE \. :' Plus Deposit
4 SLICED 16 Oz. JAR Hunt's TOMATO c : '
Lit. :
I BEETS 15c Sauce 3 cans 20cAunt ROOT BEER. ; lOc :,

I1rh I .. "\ : .. ,. ,
No. 2 SizeTOMVTOES2oaiis23c Jemima's 2 PKGS. "
r .1.1Hormel' CORN BREAD.MIX 39c : '
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,,, Yon Aliray Do : :When Yon Shop at==I .: Fresh Produce :' r. ,
t '
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Itsjnn ARCHER'S i Carolina_ ; ;. LIBBY'S.' : ; No. 21/2 1 Can
t Peaches 2 25c


When Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store. ', '' .. -.' "* ,. .
We Meet ALL Adrerttsed Prices ,' ,
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i : fc OIXJE"CRYSTAL 4 4'C '
I C U). S.N I ; "
t .j.IL Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices :

Fre.h.SJiiiped) | Dressed and) Drawn .POUND I Po'tatqes. ID Ib,,. ..39c.., ; )::. :SUGAR... .:"/:. ;, ; ;: ...dbs.. 35c'r .
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F CHICKENS 54c I .. : S AN )ARD".i. .: i...... ..?...'. No. 2 Cant

I IWilson's 'tOnthe Cob"

PURE SLICED E ...... 1't.o- TOMATOES' 9 c\
: : ;; : ; '
Corn. -.19 C. ..r.... .; .- '. .
"" LARD lb. 29c Bacon Lb. Pkg. 48c ) ears :' ,.. ;,. ,'. ..'

I V L .., _, 'V V V :,'..-. r 1ARVELOUS: SUDS DISCOVERYDREFT .. .:!. ', i .. : ... ,. large Package
a NU-MA1D Lean PORK CHOPS or :
6. >. :.. >:: :
OLEO Lb. 38c ROAST Lb., 47c i .- ,' '- -' Foncy", ', '..::: .' .,' ..,. ..)'.x..4 .::::' ." :7'27 C
t.,i I I ,. '': "{"-:,!. .::, "f"S' '' ;.' '' "
Grade "A" -. Tomatcies'Lb 14 C EMBOSSED . ,. : ; .., .. .80 CountNAPKINS
EGGS ; Large. d 07i. 57 c PAPER. '. : {.f: ;; ; ,..:\ ,.
Sbippt'd ,
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H AMS Wilson's! 4 to 5-lh. 1L 50' 'z ': :. ::: :-. ', .,
'} Siring End Average ID. CCUBE ,: .'c.f'i', : '"

Celer2, : 'St l'' IOc .' ,\ r. }o -
J"Xlb.69c: .
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4fi.. FACTORY 5 Lbs. '43 : ." ; :: : ,', '. u'
rt, : ,;; / : < .
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11.. ) FREESTONE In PEACHES.Heavy Syrup .No.CAN 22c 2V* 2 CANSBAB0..19c I! kiiJ'.r; :" FLAG: : STORE DAY c.

Kellogg RICE 2 PCS Fla GRAPEFRUIT 46-Oa. ,;;

9.1L KBISPIES..25eHousehold JUICE,. JOe AT FAUSTO'SFor V


llt A I IONIA 15c RICE 17c L Es the First Time t the Stores .
,_ a U66t'S: sT< E P\C\ Pint Flag ..,

BARTLETT No. 2 'i SizePEARS..32c Sunsweet PRUNE QT. BTL. \\-\OME\ : Are Offering' Their::Fine Foods Herein

IAlu JUICE_ _,_ 22c ', : S. ?qc .

p\qKLE\ West ,New Low Prices .
Ui6t'S: MtO\ Key -a t : .

T Evaporated Mi LK 3 Cans 38c I \NEEL: : V ;Sc"''' Find Your National l Brand .Foods .

n of Finest J'J Quality at FausfoV
qtr U.S.No. 1 POTATOES 10 Ibs. 38cYellow lI'GE pll'-CEO ... .. \\\lES", -;, ,
U BB''S :.. .' Q\.,... f 1,1/.01./ -.ti.. .,
11:, 'Q\JEr\ ". 1'. ..!JfJt.., .. .: .. ''f "t -' : &:
P\j\N\ i. .... : !! ', ,I
ONIONS 2 Ibs. 17c \ J j ::5cfl ,
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".... 'ft. ;; i
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CE? (\"fS' '. .. .' _' : : _,
Red RIPE TOMATOES lb. 18c .. Si'v..RG r" t.r:1N1 s '.r\ \", '. .
., : RiIJ.b Reseneilc ;;f
aI't4 < : UrUffED .k ,. ; Qtsatfy

11 Green CtBAGE. :. :, lb. '3c : "'..,-Y.; H ,. ''I" can \\7 Specials( for ,
Phone Orders Accepted T Delivery..=.CALL 67ARCBlR'S : i'S .' .. ::'.: Thursday, Friday V\ V ::::yU tOEJLEO
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cui Tia Store Serves. You Issf" I : ; .
) tl 81FJt'll1iug Street Ke'We. 17 Florida '
I nu W. Reserve tae Ks ;'i,la Unit,Qu a1t1ti6S' ;THE' ..
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Junior Hostesses f Jay slices To Have Bible School, r -- : _--b.

Give III ride' And Booth On July 5lh\\' Class Exercises
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Wiener Roast As the Fourth of July will be t i Vacation' Bible School of the
observed in Key West on Mon- First Presbyterian Church will BROADWAY MARKET
.NCCS Junior Hostesses and day, the Jayshees will conduct a hold class, exercises in the church. SUPER
booth on that day on South Beachat tonight beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
servicemen went on a hayride the foot of Duval street. \I i An exhibit of work by children]
: The truck and .
Tuesday night. Proceeds from the sale will be will be a feature of the exercises. .
cars vard stopped Beach,at where Roosevelt fires Boule-were fund.placed in the Jayshees'. charity,children.Certificates. will be awarded th?: No Other Store Offers More\ Low Prices More\ Days A Week Than THE BROADWA-
built and wienres roasted. !j
CaSsidy Those, FN present; Mike were Vonesh Jimmie, TE Queen Elizabeth of England.1 North Am'eri an'Indians- usedto
2;: Johnnie Corsac. EN FN;I daughter of Henry VIII. was na- chew resin from' spruce' and SHOP AND SAVE EVERY DAY AT THE BROADWAY
Dutch Frazier EN 2; Sam Gen- med in her father's will as thirdin overgreen trees.' j j jI -
Shepler, SN; sucession to the throne, after II-
EM 3 Bob
off. ; I I' :--
Steve Buckweitz. SN: Dick Jar- an elder half-brother and half- The ancients'' had ,'no table II':
DUi; ST.
of PF't'RDL&' -
rett, SN; Chuck noddy. ENC;I I sister. forks. ,i NEW 19-U8 Large Package
Joe Eager SA; Ralph Payette -----::- ,
SN: Johnnie Baser, Seaman 'N'ABISCORITZ
HMS; Marty Essenick SA Leon
ard Harding. ET 3; Edith i RINSO f 30c
Knuck, Claudina LaFe,, Hilda THE mC'
Castillo Demeritt,Betty Nellie Armayor Brost, Hilda 1 IrYs p
Pullara, Alice Barcelo Vilma .
LaFe. Aida Soriano, Mary Elizabeth -
Glaze, Marina Sykes Birdie ,. PURITAN 4-OZ. PACKAGE
l Lou Lowe Martha Boss Netta '

Valdez and Eileen NCCS S. CoughlinThe ExecutiveS Large 25c MARSHMALLOW 6c

United States' first com-[ &% 1-lb. Box .,. . .
mercial chewing gum was resin SPECIALS TEA GARDEN 12-OZ. JAR
from spruce cherry sweet gum .
and tamarack.trees. ------------ .eiE-_ GRAPE JELLY 19c '
d .
The honey guide a small Lird.is'.so' CARLOS' MARKET; ,
named, because it is able to
detect nests of bees. 805 Fleming Street Telephone, 76 I :
Choice: GROCERIES and FiWi: I,MEATiTDsnnison's : ;/ : FrTPRo&YcE.ii1t I COe.A COLA
Year Grocer SELLS Thai Good I
I :2-OZ. I.
COFFEE; a ( ,. () I OLIVE OIL.J..15e.. <<: I ; ; I CASE '.. 8Se
wad CUBAN. NO.; 2ii,CAN
--Try A Pound T day-;." r PINEAPPLE TIDBITS..35cHeinz I i: : pEACHES .. 2' LBS. 27c Great Value-CALIFORNIA

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i No. 2 Size .' '. NO.2'/s Size

YES COLORED We Have TAPES It!:I I,,OVEn BAKED DEANS CAN. 35c I I PEACHES: ...... .CAN.- -27e.. II 1 i (:AI..Olll" IRtE;'{.TOI' PEACHES NO.2J4 21 2 1 GOSAGE G
1 Sugar 5 Ibs. 38c GRADE -B- I CAN
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