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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 3, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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Key Wes4 Florida has the. Ilsseciated Fifes Day Wire J

most able climate in the mI1'1K" 1 t a: Cttiii F eatttres and Photo 5ern c
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TilE SOUT11E1U' MOST N'EWSI'AI'ER IN T1lE. U., S. A.


VOL. LXIX. No. 15J.: KEY \V FLORIDA. SATURDAY. JULY 3,1948 PIUCE1.VE CENTS

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YUGOSLAVIA I'ItOI'OSES BALKAN -BLOC l i JlTII.I"I'I'.I' l' NAVY PLANE! ; t ZIOM ATLANTA KILLS 5 IN VIRGINIA I

!Fourth Of July Parade'' .

CZEc1 RUSSIA Nearly {!ry .

,;,,, $ --i $, ; aA At
Sp OnesGER. / ,Office ,(thJscrl
vAKI t ,'
Scheduled .
For l'on. "

Vienna ,B.dapesl o :' ; J ereilloilr. i J. i..

-AUSTRIA Elul \ Oda: Virtually 'eflJTtsfxa! .wI;- I _

HUNGA ::20 Units .In Formation .be closed: .on.blondap inlteT':
rieite \\ West .in HEYanCe' of !hi, r
\ Za1reD \ 'Fourth cf .July.
4 V Ploestr ff. 160y The Key West' Nasal Station 1
OF '
EVENTS
SERIES TORE
G Be g ad. gKharesr. 'S will be open for. inspec-

I hELl) IN A VIEW" .Aud t irl rSc tion. but no work will 'be t
Sp64y Ir i done at the atation.,
\ PARK AT CONCLUSION: All public cHices including -
9e .+ BULGARIA
\ B fact
ITA1Y. ap 7 o \ \ \ Nrs ,\ \BW.\s.2 S0 I I I, OF PARADE uls'r.o Enter i ty and the city FederaL will state likewise: coun be I.

One of the largest Fourth -closed.
of tq ,
_. ; Taana lstanbuh July parade$ in Key! Wt's his- Fourth F Vents Thee are the hours 'cf the 1 i r +trwx

w ,Post Office aa announced br I
,. ,aerAo f torv is scheduled for Monday.
ALB ., July 5. Boy and Girl Scouts, .of Key Postmaster Holland Bervaldu 1 I 1

I Nineteen units representin: West ,will.:participate in competi- Stamp window, open from be '1' .4
8 to 9 a.m. 'There will
GREECE Adnotc;
.
a Seq 9 'TOR KFR Y : Navy and civilian interests'will tive troop< meet at :1:30 starting
a.m. a day
.at.Bayview Park Mon- to homes and offices. Mail
of activity which will end with a I
day following the termination! will be placed in the boxes t
I Bathing Beauty Contest at 5:00 !
usualL ,while. "outgoing 'l
$!ClIY 'onion : i. as.
p Athens the' parade'tnat'motning. .
mail will dispatched.: :t i
Sea I p.rnThe cooperation of naval and :The following: events wilt bg The Florida,National Bank .t .-;. -w..;- ,. -

e civic organizations iJ .four < ,At.V .,' .,
ST.1Uir MrlrS f expected to held for "the Boy Scout and J:1anr"oth r' business 'i

I produce gala Fourth of July troops '.tug-pf-war; three-cggcd] places will also be, closed., .. J FIVE:_.RESERVE OFFICERS from the Naval Air Station '.t AUanta. Ga. perished 1ft the craSh

LAP Wiephoto' Map).r celebration. race; sacKniay race: r .I'.I'.I'.I' '... I bf; 1heir.sm 'plane near Fredericksburg Va... Wcdncd"r:. Adeft is a part of the) plane.i wro k-

THE SHADED AREAS ON THIS MAP denote the'countries of The parade will 'start at Caro- ':For the two Girl Scout troopS: j age. -Among the Tidims was LL Comdr.-. Allen W.' 'SnuffySmith..'(right). naval .h hero ofWorld
line and Duval street .
at 9:) in '
a.m War IL He lived at Avondale Estates on the outskirtsaf Atlanta.
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YugOilnia. Bulgaria and Albania which the Yugoslav CommunIst the following order: First 'aiddemonsfration.: .. potato .
party wants formed into a Balkan bloc In proposing the I. Police Escort race; relay race and a volleyball Cairo Gives --- -

bloc. the Yugoslav Communists termed Russian4nspired critic.:,: 2. U.s. Marines'- throwing contest;
ism of Marshal Tito absurb "liea and alander." 3. U.s Navy. ; Thl troop scoring the- highest '

.. ... I 4. National Guard. ,numbct:fpointS will. be awarded ilerilatlOtte 1; $ 238,500 Tentative.
'- -'- - ;,. Community' Bawl a.tropHY contributxl: by the'Jaycees :

'High Band. :: The individual ,showing -
School
I
Americ311S To Increase 6. American Legion Guard thc'best.ability of cooperative := Arab Reply 1

I of Honor. teamwork for the Boy Scouts: '
7. American Legion Aux- will be given' tour'tll a &ubm. riHflnm.l : "
iliary. rifle at thc Submarine Das Thisprivilege' INDICATED Budget ,Considered
Airborne) Berlin
SUIJpl e 3. Sons of the Legion. is .offered by Commander -

9. Veterans of Foreign Wars. Eli Vinock. USN. Fpr thi JE\VS N (>I> n ,11iAI15r I
10. VFW Girl Scout: a. unable award will -

To 2,000 Tons I l. Disahk'Auxiliary.l American Veteran be:! giv n.by Bob's' Sport Shop. \VII.I. ACEI'1':(; ALIr
..EvcrY'IPayInJSSIN ;. <, Those.determincd: by the $udgc :" By Commissioners

1 12.. Boy Scollts. as Second'and third place win: l'EAeE pnOI'OSAI..S..SIn Ol"j
nets will receive a ribbon donate ; _
(:(nUI1UEnTllln 13. Girl Scuu1.5.. .
I'd by the Veterans .or ForeiGn .A-I. Pr.... < ,- -
14. Wcll4"r's Cornet. Han.tJ '
I << Wars.Thejudees. CAIRO, July --Count lRrna- : .M A'I.n 1 LR TALN III' 'ENjoIbLtLl.l'. WILL NOT] BEADOIrF,1)Ill'
.\TI'NS: TO EY.m Permits i I SSUC(1(r" :;. Colored American I.e- .
( or the contests: arC:' dotte sod::y received a reply :
gion._ I f 1""IJ1IT.I l I I ( )
J lorVE1)-Tp11St: lIh.TIJIE:
; ICEI.ATIlSVITII{ ( 16. Colored vFV Ears Ingra1\am; Rify Atwell Jo.seph ; from Arab leaders here to Ju,3 ." ;

During First 1Ia1f 17. Colored VFW Auxiliary. A. Boza and Leonard curry. proposal l for the establishment Nil" fJlt:5eifT t TtX..l1OLL.; tCCEI'TEU .
of ;
in Palestine.
.
permanent
peace
J.I'CHVEU COUNCI1; 13. Colored Boy Scouts. :
19. Floats sposortd bY: Neither tie nor the Arabs disclosedihe ,1' After sitting 'as aw4cgaaluitioalsoird; t rnotni-. .. the MonroeCounty'
'liT A.LIN 1'rrs'HF.RLIN Of 1913 $822,579 AuxiliarvToi nature of the reply," v- lk''JssU (l" : ,
!! -'Navy (seven fleets: ; I Con111JiJSo.! .disetitssed.(.ha liedIatr a budgetfor ,194$49. totaling .
it ..
though had been said bpavjoral .
.
July 3.-While the Lions Club .. .
; ; Arab waders in Transjoroan Olc;; 1JIjllf"Y $23L500. inforitirillT .; ," \ ._
Srsviel: } Commander. in the Russian -I I A breakdown bl the .building'pepaits Amateur Radio Club; !I Pilri c On 4dtt t tMembers : r
.
zone of Germany continues. I' by.City!,! Buildinglnspcq-. Wild .West-Shwq..".. :i : _... _.- .. tbat'-"'The it. would Jewiehi,not'cilbin, be' fav" w ..:...":' > willbeobseneda.1 No deem P. "tlre.> ; otL.the Ji!! fs Ji.1d h.>(",,,1r I

to governor UJki .1hc.American is continuing military to in- tor Errol ,v:: S>wyt'r (during the NaNy. 'anlffUyF.i' 'C Dpartments .1 1 I .of the American ,Aviv'has its reply ready, rable'l ,7tdMeridal': w FoUrth 01 .July.. The 1:r year for some. .tirtes,, 1\htU.::! ;1I 'ltAvltl( ?;me:..Up.Icrr'tf1t.r.:omiclrt

crease the number of planes that first six months or 1948- show Navy Medical. ; I Dcpart- j Legion Auxiliary will meet at bas been intimated that. it Citicen will Dot go to press ion. it f3, .felicved I -rmeetttrg. i, of''the. 'commission. .'
are bringing,: supplies to the that residences lead the list wills meet; ; Caroline and Duval'streets at docs not accept, all the"provi- on that dar; i Tuesday. night : ,
:g:43: : o'c1o'k Monday morning to sjons laid down Bcrnadotlc.
eastern section of this city. an expenditure of $257.100 for ScrviceincnM 0 tor j jt participate in the Independence who said he will by make both 'TM Fourth is one of three 1: Before it.djournro as- an' llliii ti.on boa"rJJ." the County Cn-
replies
I
for
Spokesmen the American .
38 new ones: 1 cycle Cluj; Tessie Crews holidays which The Citi- mission aCC'pl.cd 'thc'l lzir ( "-ttazs roll aver submitted the
forces Said today that it is ex- t. Cushman Day parade, Mrs. public sometime next .,en is not, publihed. The ; ": by county
pected to step-up the incoming Of the total of $322.579 In per- Southernmost Wimmenaur saId today, week. I' -said' voted .it' l
Motor Club; ether two are Christmas and to.o.pen for public
airborne freight to 2,000 tons mits issued the first hale of this f I -
Beauty Contestants; FnOr Labor Dar:' '. cpection at once, The tax rvllwaa424,823
daily. year they were 29 apartmentS I Hector Barroso's Spot- }: SU 1 JV9jt EXPLOSION f STUDIar'T Ch 1 nG":1): ) ".
463.
Any hope that the Soviets had ._ .,., ; .
to cost $97.200; one apartment Band.I d. -- r Ar. .6IT.."_ A' WITH ILLENe. 'I-w0
light t 1 -- -- : .,
entertained of squeezing,: the hotel with II apartments and. II I Other Events. : I I' TI e eonVnission will meet
i i .
British and Americans out of lOOms to cost $60,000. L Immediately following the.p'aradethere 4J" Q; .Tuesday; .'ht-an equaktttIl' -
Berlin must have died out by Thirteen ,commercial buildings I ito Reukes' =. which
will he a riel'l Inc at : t !, t Lon board at time taxpayt :
now.. Indications that the Soviets to be ronsfruet.d at cost ( k ,
a
Bayview Park followed by these'fe'ents rs.will have a chancy to study
are wrathful occurred to- of $93.100 breakwater and pier I '=
a
; 1z
: i L--k.t ; the. assessment roll ana to mke'up :,
day when word was received at Monroe County beach a\-a cost Albania For ,
MuI ;
: f
t 100 to 600 P.M.-Dancin: -
from the eastern zone that the of $80.000. and an other work for ; their minds, whetherthey
Russian commander t flounce shortly that he will not ( s at Bayview Park 1 t "J)1ent levied 'aiDSt their prtrpertie3 .
continue to participate in the : 12:00( : P.M.-Pie-eatin cont'o-t. Trade r Creak by. County Tax Assessor;
iiet1By contest H 1 .
conferences held by the council Complaint ,3:00: P.M.-Pony racing ; I I ClaudcOio 1 otfo. '

representing his country, the (Buster Creo in sharer). l I All protests against the 01',', 3.
United States Great Britain and Casa MrinaA' 3:30: P.M.-Bicyde race (children !I ASSEnTS,CQUN11 Y'S ACTION menU will have to be- made on
12 to 16)).
ranee II printed'loons which may tIC r' )
A Sovict-rontrolled newspaper 4:00: PM.-Pet: bow. l\IUUTItJ\RY% AND tamed from the office of CIfIm\
in the Russian zone today letter protesting against the 500 P.M.-Bathing beauty con- Court Clerk Ross C. Sawve, ,

remarked that the Western Allies assessment of $383.000 against test. I PROTESTS: STOP1'INGIIAILIIOAD I to considering. .,I; .
) will have nobody to blame the Casa Marina' Hotel was filed Bathing Beauty Contest"Miss I s of the 1943-u budget one 01 '.P,'
but themselves if they continue today with City Manager Ralph Key West." Beverly i first items questioned by the
to remain in Berlin and there- D Spalding' by the new owners Parker. will ride with the bath-1 I commission was for hiring 01 itn
by upset tile economy of the of the building.A trig beauty contestants in the parade. ,lIy AJ.trll P..e' .' It assistant county .:surveyor to

more than 2, in the Allied Zone.Florida. ment for that amount is still I will participate in the contest: 11 I s.3 di > Tit, dispatched a sharp note tcrI work in the olnce of Tax Arcs"
pending against the city and the. Loretta Allen Beverly Arthur .'. A. '!!i. i> I day to Albania rebuking it for t or Gandolfo.
I Helen C sti11o, j i iI .. !discontinbin: trade relations
county in Circuit Court. Faye Bcrvaldi : Gandolfo said the county "IIJftyor -
To Berry Leila Yyneh.1 i ::; ; with Yugoslavia 'and stopping tpne,
Keys The City Commission is 'sched.led Madeline at p.-esent gives btth
.. I Park work'on i. railroad near the Yu- ,
to sit as an equalizing board Winifred Hamon.:; Joyce to the preparation the re.'I i
Tuesday to' receive complaints I Dolores Solano Ann Wellons.I I goslavianAlbanian border : in his office He Hid the count
Get I Tin maintained Albania'sairupt
: that
Equipment much of the
against the city's assessment roll Amelia Acosta. surveyor isbusy
.
. One or the three judges will b action against interntional time working on new road vmstn.etion '

Fire fighting ipparatlu for Marathon a member of the creW of H.M.S. law. lIe further stated' UP the keys and pI"
MatC\umbe: and Taver- 2 Small Fires Battle A7e. John Hou h. of Ports- that. Albania had no ground ons I f t+rTri paring plats and similar dulic-
The winner -i! i which to base its opposition to. He the employment .,fan
Englaftd. uret&
and
nier has been purchased JOOuth. I ...( !
the communist party in
Yugoslavia ,
should be delivered not later Firemen wilt receive a round-trIp tlckt: to ." --:' assistant which he trig
Engage and in favor of the Com : ,
i' would less in year's tI'e
than 1Vcdncsday according: to I liavana- i.\ I inform. run a
County Commissioner W. A. Owners of pets are urGed to i a ; rtesri.a.l. Albania's I tAt W Ir.Jtu>,. >ban the cost >of extra hue and.
Parrish of Marathon. Two small fires occupied the enter their' animals in .the pet action was arbitrary, the expenses of the count, urgeyor
attention of the City Fire Dopartment : .1-f Tito conienacd, and added that A COLLEGE STUDENT Iden- :
4 p.mat l :
authorized to at
Parrish was contest Dayvie"1 : .
i it had taken the stand because I '
I solely tn
purchase three pieces of fire yesterday. I Park.. > ; tiRed ai Harry Edward KDgQre Among; the items listed tie
At :5 they answered an will < he had been charged falsely heated 2 for next sulmil-
fighting equipment for the three p. 11) Sandwiches and soft drinks ) $ of Gllago" Kr. budget year as.
alarm that" was sounded from .'. : >:5l with being. against the Com- I ted by Clerk Sawyer are $15.000
communities at a recent meeting t be sold by the varo! : CIVIC or. : is held at Bowling Creen. Kr.
"
inform.Ater
of the Monroe.County Commis- Southard near Duval :!street ,Continued On Pate- 81ghUII I ,, M"V .x -r.m t for the killing of Dr.-C. B. Mar. for the operation of tM County

sion and the commission appro- where At 7:20 some brush' I1the caught firemen'I ,fire. I .........1'...''.".'.''...'._._. Cafe tin and hiS wile wealthy land Home: $23.000 for public facJ1i1it welfare;
p. ront for the airport ;
for thc tea- $82,500
total of $4.500
priated a I f OWDcn. Police said bit admitted
I were called to 210 Duval strutt d GtP SVrrepa.lua/ $12.500 for the purchase of additional -
TICK
purpose.Parrish went tu Miami and where a fuse box was. set afire. OF F CE' WILLIAM T. SANDERS (top) and Mn. Merle 'Potta cleft at Ertl.cred C Thlcf 1 his frustrated shooting them Ion because for their of voting machines.There

bought the apparatus from the by a short circuit, II All AIRLINES i I bottom). both 01 O<<:a!.. n.. are the only known irirvlvon"of V : daughter.ln-law. Behind 'the construction Was of also new provision roads fir tlf

War ,Assets Administration. lie an"explosion that sank the fishing boat Hazel 'olf C.du't, :'
i itha& youth stands Police Chief Mur'reU -
Seek Divorces I For the second time in less i about 73000.
paid a total of $31:3. I PRICE TOURS Flay, They are iD'a. hospital at 0caI. Bodies of thre. tct1thsI ...&twebweeks. 'the Waterfront. Waddle.
I .11 .......,.. s.6ltll I have been recovered and nine others u. 1IlisdDC. C2fe 27l"Gl'inMll" < ttreet !
Petitions seeking divorces .1 I was
-- -- +ent r tLb thieves ,some timejiat"
were filed yesterday in the of" j -
TWINSGARAGE flee 'of Circuit Court Clerk Ross 's i he"I: I COME and SEE OUR SOJIETlllNG NEW

.,.... .........1' .... :ta...... hearer... C. Sawyer by Lorince c.. White of Room Folks Outboard Motor Races who Deputy '$} heriff.Aid no;the Hamlin ; FOR. KEY WESTEIlS!
against Pete D, White; by Lorraine Plenty mcakd, burg-; QUALITY MEATSGroceriesVegetables
Erb against 'Mahle-r Erb: I lars entered: through: a side window : USANO'INS
12 Chey. Tudor S m spite of the fact that we
I and by Herbert Bernard House have JiUiOI1S of those big tender.I Sunday, July 4tb, 2:00: PJ'1. They are. believed to have ,
Completely ( Vema Clifford House. stolen a Aaock There was no MOTH
against INS PROOF
$129500OTerb&uled
STEAKS. business Is terrible
juicy so .
1 ,_ a a customer practically has, New County Bearla Foot of White Street money mfsang w. Carry CLEANING SYSTEM.

the Dining Room to blmself.WEAVER'S, Sponsored br I Adams Dairy Ice Cream
48 Ford Fordor Asbestos 1 Each Garment: Inured Against

S.Crlinder 3\\ Months Old SIding KEY WEST OUfBOAUD .CLUB Palace. Theater i WILL BE OPEN MONDAY Moth Damage by

U Inclement Weather Pre.ails. Races Will Be Held MondayS dioa aDd ( AlTJA: INSURANCE CO.
Excellent)0() Rod Cath'w Down
Shingles. Jane and Shine 2
Condition .... t SUCH SERVICEUll ADMISSION FREE: "PANHA1\>" 0. Poinciana Dry Cleaners

1130 Dm'al St.. phone 169 i tI_ Strunk'L11D1h Yard r 'xEwS'1- tad ;SHORTS" I 62s Eaton 31. Phone-1342 PHONE lOll


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PAGE TWO .;' "',... '.. ; THE KEY WEST CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1948

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. i VDRTVE. CAREFULLY : 'h J
!ilt y mest Qiti i izP '.: '. LEGALS

,., Sunday by ". '\. IN CONGRESS. JULY
Except
Published Dany : ; -
a t- P. ARTMA.N. 0- er zed P.hU her 7AURMAN Two hundred thirty-five persons will *. I77*. i I NOTICE
r : D.ARTMAJT BvU-CM .....- t'- The assessment roll of the Cityof
From The Citizen Banding lose their lives in traffic accidents today, .., I Key Vest Florida for the :year
'' Corner Greene and Ann Street. ISIS will be" open for Inspection by
Only Dally Newspaper In Key west and tomgrrfiV+and Monday, in the extended the JHlbJ) at the T.1I AMiewior'
r Monroe County ohdrv5Wo! celebration the Fourthof elm4ftt1ttO eCrtTafiorttc: : Office in the City Hall Monday-,
of I
or ( e$ of Ilux t alt i through Friday between the. hour

if' entered at Key Went Florida, a. aecond clan matUr' JUly, according to an estimate issued of July 2:.4t C. J:UII>. )1.\ inclusive and. '.04 p. M until

MEMBER 0V THE ASSOCIATED! PRESS!! .VICTon I.OWK,
yesterday by the National Safety Council.
s' The AMoelated Prees !. excluslrely entitled toM t Sf._ c-vui. : -* -- X <'I'IL' 1 ,l.LL"i i City Clerk
for reproduction of all wewa dispatcher credited We wonder often how reckless I 7 7< JaR 2S-s.-% -sc-sj-n-M.; juii-s-s.
(. A4 / ...
It not otherwise credited in this paper ana r- il -c. Lst- T"f: eJf'.uII .I li.l .J-J r"lbra.tt.46w ., .JW-. ixs.IV .
to or .
.. tUo the local news published here. drivers fail to give heed to repeated warn- A.a'AA. f... ,. f./,.- .* ....rfac.juafe _____ ___ :;;i y ur..>mefrjuc-yy..u
I-*-,,../,.. cI4.JW <.M-;Sf Xetr-Atfc/U.-#/ .. _:JKj V ,. X.ttxf '. .! n inf.M, . r. One Tear IItJBlCnl..Ool! : BITES 11.... i ings. While it L r,true: that ::411!![ the persons jt-j -<6.. *Tt* r--/-:3 J.--y
eta Months t.M tilled on the high y'j iihightt* not have -wry...x/"'l--J u.J. t-fs--...*S--r* .*.li.rwaC. i $*+*JU Jfr. fSt Jt. < ......-., / -ell rUM Otlin UK KI.t.:..U\Tl.HIU. I.551). .' .""-
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1.71
Three. Moulin 1M I hen reckless drivers J....te L *KMJLjL:; $t<..fc.JrT.Jt-J.-.i.f ..+__...** *. & ..{ f. /u;* .JAI.-U int. iH4iMi..
A' :ftP% UctttWeekly jfet a'pn; pondering ; .
.U ,tIf&J-- _---.J. t *- -; > ;.J x.:7utyv .'... >.. tl-<<3

4 percentage :o(. them 'were, ,j ia'; :. that! cate '. ___...,.-.J-J;..J., .;.;. '. ;;(&. --i'if 1-:/x"' .y .r r.77yjT: ? .- xZT. IonOT1.v t..UtsKN FAHKKR.itiniirf. ,

Hade ADVERTISING Known on: Application It*TES /d'- ''*';- /-'' ''-ttr. .u ,, ; ,, ; tea.; ntvu r.C'EJOll4
'-.J '' J. '''.(RKF.n.
-gory.Some 7 ?: ''' A-""" P" '-
SPECIAL NOTICE driver&-are irk..dlf. : they are detained ..;I&; -r'l.'r 7 .;JL.- JI.&. J'4-.t-1.bL .Aot-, l..r.t.3ftt'
All rending noticea carda of thank, reaolationa f;: J:: I % pTlfK TO 'PPH\n
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cf reepeet. obituary moth".. poem., ete.' will be. a few seconds by a"car ahead of IX TIl.;:IAIIP: Of TIIK STATE
.. (.urged for at the rate of 10 rents, a line. h'--.z..rA-: .:: ? ,. ..-) ,.,..,....Jc' A B-- : At 'l'h.O, 4' I I OK FU>RI n.\;:
.. :Notice for entertainment by churches from which .hern. As a result, .they step !!It'the gas< to .,'j-..'* ...........dl .i. 4./.I <;.....- .J..w.; .......a.t.,, ;.-..._ Tt): J011S.. J, l-tnKttR. .
/ C mlat C'
a! revenue I.! to be derived are 6 rents a line.The I C American nn"
.. Citizen U an open forum and Inritea dlaeurtlrn pars the other car. In thousand of 'such .c ._ ;M "' ,. ..;C'c. .I4 .-L seat,
of public laiuea and subjects of local or "-7 __ .....t ."#_Jf-JHJJ./ "' l..... -JJtIl. 1..L.--J/ill. A. P. *i Via. 21?. fotm3:1t1: :
aeneral iatereet. but It will not publish a-nonyeioiia eased, the car ahead has been sideswiped, rx.f / -'--' *;te--L: .A A --, ",- ..aet( tf-"'" rr" ;
mmual"atloD"MEMBER Pas 'U"PI""A" 4'alifnrnla.(
.
or the impatient drivers:' have crashed ..;f 1f''J -=/r7&J .. "- =.t:4.....'. tJ/.Jii.." ,... ,* ---n + .; __ **-<** Illangeaaw. China)
i' ., J.-.tl.l .. .. --- Y i ar. hereby notified and re-
heir into others in '7 + ,
cars coming! 7 an oppo- -.J' --- :::z.. ?; .-' .Lt&. .t' -iI'i ;GlL-
; site direction. r._t..( ''ILQet..:: aafi.f K(sassy,...__ ._Jail f...4. -J...,.....)(444 G..f fly... .;;'- *>faint
And then there are -the thousands /+--.d hi-- \...." l J J / /k, / : : '_ + rt 3. IIU; otherwise. Ih' nl-
@ 1948 4-yI rj 4/ .(t..' e..tj ..( N/.Y.. .. ..(..at..e. e.+K. A.Q.- .uu leralKsns of. <.ak>l Kill ..f Oomplninlwill
who have lost their lives' in to beat ; ; be taken as rnnfes...e4 by you
e
trying ,
ti : _.;0."; ;J.- ..J4- :%: ; ;..-- "_ caner S ,4i4.s-_ alert this lt ,lat of July. 1,.:-,.
trains to crossings. Despite the many r LU.* Jbfef --XZte&/.4S y 4Ji.y V M Q S W.-.tZ;; y! -' T \ (Seal I lions C .Saw>.>r i

_.t.-" SlL L. 'ft-Jk... i .rL..a..C.l tIA.4.,,_ i TiJL ;. UJL _... Ci-c -..- < 1.rk of the Circuit ,'... rt

warnings in cases of that kind, similar ac ./ .T. / A'*.UM./M.ffw..d'_ rf>-
? cidents continue to occur'. day: in and day ;Q.t-.J."Wd JL ff'J-, .4t.Sjfrtf*..Lj.". Z mm- -. *f* ei .',*'-* -*-_- --S_ .'mmli.Jjj f_ft.. Tjs /- l..pnty Clerk
rdAGZ... : M.-.J. JOHN ('. Stl.IJVAN! k
s tl--MS. ; a..f" -" -- _
IMPROVEMENTS FOa KEY WEST out. The -man or womah, determined to .LJ.1'-" r':'IIf-/J.--r.'..d ifJ .;J 1 ....._ aXFLIr..au.lew d..7F-c.4I L>k. i nn.NJAMl.N K. PARhn.Attorney .
for Plaintiff.I
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN drive fast and carelessly; seem just as determined f ..M- ;J.. .... ;'I L N-/ .G. .-/.t.... I'y: l<<-
.. -I .1 -"- ru.'J' .I-/ Qk .. '-"'- ,S2 111 Incraham Knildina-
to give no heed to the daily loss .
;, Miami, Floridajul
-LAaa./ (-. .r .v..Tira t.. Ar..L..G..J p'- u.a.o.... ..f-t .tIf--w. ; -. l-ie-17-K. .
J J. More Hotels and Apartments. of lives on the highways. Gas is in their ._ ..c.J."r. A;.. 7---- kM-. --/-r """" 1nnJ1J_..w.r.t.M..ta 194SI

4 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. tanks so why not "step on It"tb shoot it ,,--.u.ll-r'---.. _- ;'J'r ,.,.:. ..Le K..7.1K.. t,r
IX THE CtRrt IT COt MT ftP TUg
...r.: ,,___ 4-0 ...L.l.UJir -I LtII.-- --/1 1cr'1I .
r 3. Airports-Land and Sea. into their motors? .' .' I I I Pl.i\K\TH lln. U. CIHUITOf
: N.l-.c. --.tJ.'"'----V.K..Jr &-.i........-a.. TIIK "T'TK OH FI.OHMtO
4. Consolidation-of County and As a rule, National Safety Council r.ttxs/n.+trG jwvnr -.,..a4.ndAS( !(9oOIIe4C.( .I 1rl,4a.yjrr.<..tw..1 e-F.aff."f! r'ki4fa.C.d .\ "*M. FOH MOMtOK rOI >T>,

City Governments. ....... r L.{- I -/ :: Li+; _.-/ LZf. taJ4 pl-a1. ,,l+l.sf5taa ... ( 1'HISCERv..
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5. Community Auditorium. in its estimate of the)lo, of life in traffic ; c:"r) :r 4&; I-- ....-::. "--.J .4er,... .-/ ;--- .ttROBGK 4'a/ISARNEV.\ 11-431:

accidents during holidays, underestimatesthe ", ;- 4 eldttd7. L,y (tai ..1.L r.-.r-/-i.lJJ ar.JI 'i Plaintiff.

,406.-11 .4..._ t,411LA( -..# *J.. ..Lfj.i.7r. 'd.;.t ......._..-..,#+o.dd4.'a1u iJ .. ''". IIn OtltIEPNA
V number of dead in a given 'period. But -J' J&-ft' ,,-- .. nnRis RnSF.T.I..dant..
_
... N .
let us accept the number of 235 for the : I_ ?n %1 1 1JIr7n% er'- J" Qt/ ORDKR OF PI .......'Tin>

MONOGRAPH : /:,.,,,,, TO
hree-day: period beginning 1"todar.: If you ; .t-: Y-r. Edna) nor!. Ramer.Jj : .
.. !it U'aldron'
Pk. SI.
Dear Folks: are a reckless!! driver you may be one of 1y... -'--' ? eC:3 ,, /M/; Itover. New Hampshire. .,
You are hertby required to
= The difficulty of getting the nations them. You may not'think so, but while P"" ,',-, -. .Af..r. Inhr Bill.for Ittvorre filed against appear'

.. of the earth to agree upon any- thinking pledge yourself to drive carefully. '- I'&._? ,v/ Jt-. or you before In the the above ZCIh dried Uv of rau July e, nn A.

.3.- i). 194K. otherwise the allegation irnntained
:. thing i is easily understood; by any citizen therein. will be taken ait

:.. who has attemtped to get a committee .f7-- e.' confessed.HONK .AND ORDRnKD at Key
: ?:1 ::;
!J..iz1
q
-. of five to agree.t j The successful man has the ability to -.+ tJ :, June Went, A.Florida.It 1S48.tdrrnit .this lilh; day .t

t THE ORACLE make himself, as well as otherswork.The ; :. -.4 ...c.- Court seal) .
PL.
4 ::-V .Aa RSawrjrer.
e P/ .- .. ('l..rh of the Circuit Court,
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Monroe ( ...nty. Florida
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annual savings to Monroe County "? fly Ct'If) Florence Deputy IX Kaw\er.Clerk.
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REDEDICATION ON THE FOURTH in interest on road and, bridge bonds Enrique Fluaulnaldo.for Jr,
M Attorney Plaintiff
1 since ratification of the Gas _Tax Amend- .- jun !*; )ul J.le-H. 148.

The Declaration of Independencewas ment in 1942 is 10751250. Of this $93.-
Siberia Real l I If LEGALS (\ THE CiNCI'IT. Cot OT OF 1HR
passed by the Continental Congress 512.50 is interest saved annually as the nl.K\KNTII Jllliritl flHCIIT
.
OF TIIK !iTTH OF FIUKIIH.IN
on July 4th, 1776 but the historic docu- result of refunding Overseas oad'and Toll 1 us TIIK ciRrirr COIRT OF THB AMI FOR MO>Ron *OI">T%.
: :
1 Estate Bobm ri.B\: F\TH jimriu CIH1IT I" "H."I'HI.r.: .
ment was not actually signed until later. Bridge District bonds in 194G. The total IN "\l) .OR.lo'no. COI''\TV.OP %.. -'''*
(altATLLAlIr' Tin "T.%T.: OK FM>IIIIM.l C"\RI. n. m r.nus:
Now, after many years, the peopleof savings anticipated on the ''Bridge District A( \ 'IICKIM.'. plaintiff.
.; : "" MOSCOW=(APIzvesti) ., sooirn s NrLC KING SOLOMON KEPT 1 raw: %.. 11-404 .... HI 'oitcn

the United States appreciate the significance bonds will $1, ?3., "G,8,:05.; ."iL.. ... a's correspondent j in Barnaul. -.ft'!,; _r% UKf THIS (L EVEN TRAVELING IIInmw.Tgi. "IAnn Plaintiff.rfr I Jlot. E. CHARLOTTE, MAY ftefendant.ROOnKS.

oft the action taken many: years ago I ... reports that scores of village. ii STEWARDS TO SPy rSUxlpivonrR ORDER OF PI.HIJf.*TI >
-
settlements are springing' up' f \nnxA rcTFFORn iiorsiirefendant. TO:
when the delegates of the colonies went i SOVIET WANTS A CONFERENCE. along the route of .the future I t OUT NEW PlSHfS- .. I Charlotte May Rogers,

on record in favor of the proposition that I ,... Southern! Siberian Railway. Al It 's \ FOR ///r 700Wl V S. : ORDER VKKNA op.. 'MFFORI ptRi.ir>'TiovTO Hoi'sr.!' I I 111 orwlb.Lake. Otnnerticnt.Street,

small city, he says has alreadycome 3 IS South Broad Street. You are hereby required to appear
all men "are endowed with certain inalienable The Soviet Union has.ffn-aUy agreedto .
UYxHlliurjNew Jersey to the Kill for Divorce filed against
into the
being right
ont You are hereby required to appear you In the above styled cause" on or
:. rights" and that "among these a conference on the 'problems connectedwith bank of the river Chumi'sh.Key .gt' : to the Kill ftf Complaint: for before the 21 h day of July, A. l>.
'e waterway 1 divorce. in the aJx>v* .Myl" raueon 1141 otherwise the allegation contalnwri -
life and the of the Danube
are liberty pursuit happiness. River the :great
w + I II or before the 3nl day.; ftr AURUM, therein will h.. taken as ensf.ened. -
." with Eastern Europeand the .\. l>. I>>4X. .herwiKe the alleira' .
explan- WASONCFSO
PEPPER_ 'r r Clone therin mil.. he taken ax ennfenerd. none and Ordered. at Key We't,

-, The rights of the individual, so long ation is probably to be 'found in the fact West In tie!I !I PRECIOUS THATALAR.K. t t i a I Il Thin. .. Order- ii N to .... puhliehd. l Florida>. 194X.Cireull. this SSth! day of June, A.

%It accepted by the world, are now under that the Soviet can count on the support GOTHIC BESIEGER. Or ROME, h r on-e. a week for four ropimrutiTewerk ( Court Seal)
I In the Keyfft Citizen a Roma C Sawyer,
challenge from those who do not agree of six: of the other nine nations that will Days Gone BytAS &OQ A.P.)DEMANDED \ L I''" tl + new-paper jinhllfhrd .in the City of Clerk IIr the Circuit Coart
II .
K.r.\\eel.' FlorMa.IWne > Monroe County. Florida.
; with our famous declaration that govern- 3.OOO POUNDS'OFIT. ** 4 nod ordered thin 2nd day: Ity: led Florence. Saaye.adeputy ,:. .
attend.The TAKEN FROM FILES OF I ..f ....11'. A.. r>. 1945. Clerk
:; ments derive "their just powers from the United States Great Britain and THE CITIZEN OF I AS PARTQFTHE. CITY'SKANSOM. (FAL) { Enrique Kwjulnaloo.. Jr.
Rosa C.SawyerClerk for 'laA.Uff.
Attorney
.1 consent of the governed." France find themselves! confronted with JULY. 1938 i r' of (a.. Olrenlt. r onr<, Jun it; jut 3-l--l?, l,48.iv .

:-' The world of 1948 is far removed the Soviet Union, supported by, YugoSlavia ) I.l .". FROM AMASSYUN M ANCIENT ASSYRIA (boron iwl) Anne County.... I..,.ngw Plorida.y .rth.. THE rinrrrr C'OI'nT op THBriRVFTTII

ti from that of 177G butt in one respect, there Czeehoslovakia.lfungary, Romania I The big parade held yesterday / + V MUBAL I'I'I hot) Allan P. Cleare.Deputy Jr. Clerk.; JIDiriAL. .Hr"IT
S.OOO YEARS AGO UP THR STATE OP FI.OHIDt.
morning in connection with the ,. .
.r is little difference. Again liberty of men Bulgaria and the Ukraine. The vote on the Oversea Highway celebration I SEER WAS VALUED : $ .IIrStor for Plaintiff.JHI3101724, 1IH.IN i\IV f AM'HivrpiM.rake FOR: MONKOF.'. rot "TI,

: requires courageous action on the part, issues that arise will probably be seven- was among the most imposingheld HIGHLY ASA MEDICINE \.. 11-434
I ..
THOr>ORO : P1ZON
of Iberty loving peopleThe rights of man three in Key West Many of the THE finriiT lot IIT OP THRr.i Plaintiff.VS. .
to, in favor of the Soviet proposals.To TO 1NDUCFRFLAXATi'ON. >:\'UNTII JI"II'IiI. CIRI '
I thousands of visitors who came IT .\ .t\R Foil MOMIItKOIT AXM LMKNTJOSEFIN
are not now being questioned by planes meet this the three :: .
situation nations here for: the celebration! are. extending .. fAHffff >'. STtTI: OP FIOKIII4. \ ASUNCION.Defendant..

y ,puns and motorized equipment, but there are making some ''observations"about I their stay. : [ lrillMKHt.I._ -.... 11-44(3 ORDFR OF PI nUr'TIO'TO

;- is still)) lacking an adequate assurance that their rights and ,it is probable that, FI.ORHVCKMIITK.YR. : ni\OIKR. ACTIO, I :Joneflna. A..niwlon,

the i issue will not be joined. The Weather Bureau issued an ALTHOUGH FRUGAL EATERS 1. Plaintiff Ira :Tambalets' anon, P L
as a self-protectivematter, ther.will not advisory at 9:30 o'clock this prrrn n. T1rITK.. Too are hereby required to appearto
In this editorial The Citizen all ; ANCIENT EGYPTIANS rM>rmidiiiOIIDPIt I the Hill for Annulment ttiwl
4 urges agree to settle the issues \y a majorityvote. morning in which it was stated s OF PrULI4NT10\ atr:1ln"t yon In the above furled

readers to take time enough to read carefully .: The viet]-for<
: the Declaration of Independence. insist: that there be no veto and that the : /N TOMBS THINKINGTHUSTO 2;< Military i rontaltied |heroin- will
260 miles east of Jacksonville. I confessed.Done .
Police (Os. A. I*. July 4th the anniversary of its passage, will of the majority prevail. : NOURISH THE. Pont :coasts, San Franeisro. .and Ordered at Key leer!
Fiorina, thin Z.th day of June. 4
= i is a good day to dedicate to the ceremony. Barbara. > .Ann Smith celebrated GHQST50FTHEIRDEAD. i ,, .: You are. cat-rhy required. la ...- i). nu.fCIRCUIT.
.. : COunT SEAL) .
her fifth anniversary Friday afternoon ,
par to the Bill of Complaint for
Afterwards, inspired to support the idealsof : No nation has gone Communist in in the home of her divorce In the. above .lyIH raiffon Rom CI..k.f C sawyer Clrrult r nrtPy

Fredeom may we not as Americans, a free election. Communism tries to get mother. Mrs. Ralph Smith 817 Copyrigfit/&J8J. Clarke .,:. 194$the, otherwise 4lh day of Ih*AuKurt.alleaationitherein A. L>'>. I : (B*|) Florence ,;. lawyer }.

;: "pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes control legally or illegally, in any way Eaton street. _...---._ .-Aoo_ _.- _- -" --I This. order will be to taken h* publlvheU a* ...... ..ogee.... 1 I Ewiulnalilo. JrAttorney r..put.. t.lorl4.Enrique
for plaintiff
:;- and our sacred honor." it can. Communism's first, ,big victorywas Edward James who TODAY IN HISTORYKnow J' Your a In week The Keye.for four ronerutivc Citlxen. a week ft... "- I Jon 2 C; Jul Jl17., 1141. I
Horoscope
through bloody revolution. sented President .reprt.1 paper publi,,hed in Key tenet Plorlda. ,
Every America iv THK nun IT rorRT op TH*:
TRAVEL TOGETHER victory since has been by the Overseas Highway ( : ) SATURDAY :JULY 3, 1948Today's done a4 Oredred. thin 2nd 01:1,1 II.K 'K\TH jt 1)1(1... ('ia"-t HIV -
military conquest tion, yesterday in an address in 1775-Gen. Washington takes of July A I). 194 1 *. AND FOR U\HOF.' (' lT\,
I indications are for one (on:..".. Hmiu> f KawyerClerk .TSTE OP FMIHID'. I' 4'114\
or internal corruption the .
threatof
.., or Bayview Park parised HenryM. command of the Revolutionary' who is too 'impulsive and arrent. of the Circuit Court
The collapse)) a of numerous! strikes these. Flagler as a railroad builder Army. Cambridge. Mass. Monroe Councy Florida.By 'Ear.4'an.. %.. 11-4:11':
The and
| nature is.! hopeful!
i i;:'t and a man of vision. ; (wl) Anne C: Ixmsmorlh. I>. rTllftMAX ROBEHT WAStE IIOLLAE.
proves that the Taft-Hartley labor law 1778-Historic Wyoming Massacre confident and will recuperate :4. CAKO IMainttr.r. .
: more, than half the old.t .llitAr for the Plaintiff ._ niTORTR ArrirtHELK.V
which is for
furnishes a practical and definte answer EDUCATION BILL BLOCKED Dan Mahoney. generalkmanager I young and women of Wyoming i easily, fortunate J.I -I..n2.UUI JKAHNK HOLLAR.
and
there will be TWfendant
many ups j
; to most of the disputes between employers of the Miami Daily;Jlews, Valley, Pa. massacred, by Bnt- downs due generally to jumping I f THE rinri IT OIRT op THE' ORDF.R OP PI'BUCATIOV
who came to Key' West for the the ELPIF.\TH: : JIUICI.ICIR- TO:
ish-Tory-Indian- fore*- men
and workers. When wages go up, so Early in April the UnitedtStates Sen- Overseas Highway celebration too quickly at conclusions. Curb i n IT iv A"I> Pox WOVHOK Helen, Jeanne Hollar'
I being away serving in the this propensity and much ': r'ft'T". STTE 41P FMtHllit. 905 Congress Street
do prices. The union bosses have come tq ate passed the Federal-Aid.t .Education gave a cocktail party Sunday afternoon olutjonary Army.1839Country's. I trouble will be avoided. j I 1'H.44EHI. imporia._ Kan.iaa
: at 1924 ReV-I Pa.e %.. 1I-44U: Tea are hereby requl-ed to a l
Seidenberg
realize that strikes are harder to win than Bill but the measure has, bole bottled up T ave : first j IX>RR>I.N'K KRIl. pear to the Bill of Complaint' for tilTorre.
.- in the ,- v/W 3 < nue. school opens in Lexington. SUNDAY JULY 4, 1948-Today's Plaintiff.Vd. l 18 toe above tjl I." eaves n
Ifouse.
they were two or three years ago./There sachusetti. with a principa | degree bestows A scientific i IIIVOR4 _,4Ttor3t.tlILAR' t the l.lh
are reasons to believe that we are getting The Senate vote was 5822'and: the Steamship Cuba arrived Fri three students. f mind, perhaps with capable bus- : HRB efendant. will o4herwlMthe be taken a*allegation oonfewed.This tberel

.around to a time when employers and House, in all probability'would'"nave -passed day afternoon from Havana with 1863-End of 3-days battle' 'of *iness qualities. Mingled with j i I ORnr.a"5"' PTBtlCATlOV order to b* puMUhed Mtreweek
148 passengers who had1 made Gettysburg. I this' is a melancholy and tad- j TO for four f'II.-.II. we.keThe
'" unions will be able to together and discover :. the bill overwhelmingljMf it-had Mahlar Fo..bI Key !vest Citizen a newnawpublUhed
.
get come the trip here for Uw.Overseas 1890-Idamo admitted to .turn nature which is yet capable I 2.2 1 N. TCarnork Street in Key \\"... Florida
-
that questions and problems can'be to the floor. ". '1", 7- Highway celebration." -. Statehood-the 43rd State. I of very strong feelings and j I PfeliadeijkBU CZ P,n..ylraaia Dane and Ordered tfcia.. ink 4.-

settled by negotiations, and more common It i is worth noting that "$fyOOO young 1898- Miss Bernice Brantley was Santiago de cuba-the Spanish upon the hour of birth ai to tae BOP f. Complaint, for Ron C Sawyer.
sense. The New Deal schemes for winning Americans were rejected! Jor.cylitary ser- crowned Queen of the'. Fiesta fleet destroyed I to the direction in which the I divorce In the above styled. raise Clerk of the Circuit 1'0..
>. County. Florida.By
OB the Sad day of August A. 1 Monroe
through the help of the White House, will vice in the second World .War because of Saturday night by Mayor Will- 1919-American soldiers of.abilities are directed and good ISCI. otherwise the allesation : (..d, Anne C. Lonawr..h,
ard M. Albury at ceremonies the Army ot Occupation forbidden ,major aspects will make a' therein will kf lake* .. _.rHM'4. Deputy Clerk
not work
anymore. illiteracy. Moreover, it is estimated that held in Bayview Park. wonderful mind. This order' o n* published. enee Thotnaa Care
girls. .
Q to marry German I :
a week for,four eoneeentlve week ltolkil.r fir the Plalntift
5.000,000 children are not i in, schools of 1940-British take over, scattered I In The Key Wet .Citizen a _."- I jvaU.Cj1IIS-l.. 1141.t .

;;- In politics experiences mean revolulion. any kind. "- : Today The Citizen sayr" 'in an units of French fleetfiringon invasion forces in Norway be- paper, paMUaed.& IB Key \Veat. FlorMa -

;. editorial paragraph: -* > ;French ships"refusing to gin advancing from Cherbourg. I |n ne aM Ordered this l.t day of t
Benjamin Disraeli.
All that the bill would have cost the Kind words now are much render. 1946-The Hobbs .Bill, to curb July. A. D. I94C. TOM Croc' SELLS TTut Goo I

... Federal Gdvernment, if passed, was about better than praise after death.*.* 1942-United. States buys wr.1 labor racketeering signed by I$KAI.I Clerk of the RAM Cirrus C Sawyer Court *

Modern advertising would accomplish $300.000.000: which is Colombia's rubber. for next the President. .. Menro Co. tr. Florida STAR BRANDi
when
insignificant -
,
The] present Queen of England : Ex-Congressman May BT- (rdt Aa. C*. BKworth, D. C.
years.
much more if every advertiser made compared to the vast 'for military 1"ket' ''and the two' Garseon brothers THOMAS: R. CA RO. AMERICAN
sums spent is.a 'descendent. or -Robert 1943- The U. S. fights. Solicitor for the Plaintiff. COFFE
t".. i it his business to know what he is buying defense and for European, rehabilit Bruce and her family h&me.Gla- off the Japs from Rendova convicted of bribe conspiracy Jul.-le-f-14-1941 trod CUBAN

when he buys advertising. ation. -9. mis Castle was mentioned by Island: "- -- charges by a Federal jury in j -Try A Pound Today-.....
Shakespeare. 1944-American and Allied Washington. Subscnoe to Tb Citizen..
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,, T iy; Awards /';,1;:r.ii7: d. .--I ( JAPANESE QUAI\E". ,\REA'SCE E 'OF pis AaT ATiOrr

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\\ .i.;:. Certificates '.:'3 .,; t t'H; lid t'ygt ..yr.,.'.


To Civilians', -Njiw' VOJFJIC, -r- (AP). i- The

.if' 1d;' tqw ar4Tp: >|d I 'hoJfdeyi1 forptddlictipq _: !

c-.Thursday morplng at )' 'ei-: 'jw-i' 'is idenl- .
;.th
... _
-'traifce :lyCbttinirjnf.rS iccdrding Jo au. __ _
pf the '
AdrnstratiOp .
Ey Pr1m eoTta7cts by
Building
\ \ ,, civilian personnel theanal ...AA.-Naftofl-l.fPdu: CanterFi'lidOrc S

\ Air. Station witnessed the ?: : I. r

Df eS nt ation of tertifiyates, 0(. 1:" jt'1A*.fits:.VW-apt rtct&ttaTizedis ?- W4S
\ ::ward tq shop SU1C-vWfS. far 1 trgvWd:on'' holidays e.enh.'Qrl.is.perfprtned. '{

,'p tjlndif1g *, In
achievement. ;tn :;the fWn*:;? founfrac t|.;"time
'Ft't '
\ .'. : I ty'f/o*'po t1+ YF.i nthput. pay is
4cChkrt Prevention Cei'fjfi+ jspeejfleUD1 -: \ .

rates afe warded tQ Fit'iliait'employeea. ',; Jffl l'j MX..WOT* Jhari; threefentthg -
pf ihe 1'l1t\'T" Depart.: .o these }recant agree-
ta nt in recogniaion pf 'ext tol-. uiemsprbyide! ; for paid holidays,
\t lent recorcb of' tljeHgrPPPt ,'in' ;itaAtrzass,'Wii"'. |voliday :prOVISIOns t .

f mmnletipg a ye1f'sI.'ork' with : lttlied'.ht-, ; aZ 'the* .analysis
\ out accident involving loss. . \ a tulle", .tp pLr.nneJ. 1y a rmaltnumber; : .(spproxi5 -J
The certificates wer. press tedtn aJT. :::15.> 'perP'n: )/'pt. the..agreent ?
the following personnel by }bi analyzed contained. pro-
Captain 'P. L.. Dusey; CornmandP8. viSOJJspr .holidays with gay" :
Officer of Jf rxl Air Stets _

fpnr. James FPorter, Mervin j tq itltYi, r. I s

\ Thompson, Charles F.,Salas.Richard -
"T.:. CasUn: Charles I* pakIT -.! Gno, To CtllflMrC$1JUi17

5 JacK. R. Jfyman. Eugene-: D. "
-had
Bixby. why
nositm; Paul q. Oilfegrp, 'Clarence '
brut "o. guest.'of' Mrs: Hildah R. I

top;. atid"Stewart Sintop, Eljsworth p. Johnson A. ,lf'hn--Jrr. Sal s; l ft- ,bis'morning for.Cuba. j jrMrs lair irt-ph'JW va bignai C ps Haciq fronr Tokyo)
instructor
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MODEL OCTOGENARIAH:" !I[CLASSIFIEDi TERM FOR TREASON 11

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A Ttro-Job-Woman Hersel.She"BelieresWho ,

.r"pil! Work Hare More Fun: and Lire Longer Information -for: the AdvertisersRATK I

tan RK.ttrt.AnHLACHFACE ..< PAYMEtTParincnt I
.n TYPEi for classified advertisement
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Adrertfovmcnta under this head regular advertisers with ledger ac-
will be Inl'lCrted'ln Th CitlneB at covets may hare their
th- rate of Zc a word for ejwk,-18.Dt "bU.-Pd. adverU"-1
.. t..rtlo. but the minimum charge forth Pt-.L.t.TIO' .:....
.. first IS words or less la S Oc. To Insure publK-atlon. copy nual
rale .fqr bUrkfar lj|' i. S e a be' IB The Citizen office before 11.
and tlue miniraara charge for e-clorh :n the mwrninc of the day
..... y..rt ITb tint/1 word ia tie.. ofpublication.. ,

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: .eventAi of error In advertising tranteai or contract. The Citizen will be
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1 AtftrrtlalBc for oaly the ae' sr'amount of space occupied Ly the
., (.. "" part vf the aderllsem..t ....er. the error occors.

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i Store space in Poinciana Com- Piano presentable and in good

mercial Building, twelve by 1 condition. Call 892-W. )

thirty-six feet. Apply in writ- jlyl3txMISCELLANEO
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ing to Housing Authority, P.O.1

Bot9, Key West Florida. I I S
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t Washers, Irons vacuums and
Furnished two-bedroom house no:! .fans repaired. OUriaiJ Phone
children or pets.* Apply 1023 j, 1164-M1 jlyl-tf
Catherine Street or call 772-M. i
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Floor sanding done by experts.
ne Free estimates given. Phone
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I 163, .or.call at 701 Caroline St.jlyl.tf. f
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t Furnished apartment. 3 rooms
t land bath. Maid and janitor;
tts'itli .Service;. linens and. utilities Machine button holes done at 728

.furnished. Summer rates. Coral Aehe, -Street' jly2-6tx

N i "; Hotel Apartments, opposite .

i \'Jf)r r RS:'ANNA BIHN .:ai 80; lores'to work, ,Post Office. jun25-14tx .'ttEFAIGERATIONHolbrook. .
. ae ( \1' t'Jj-.t.1
b Furnished 2.12room. apartment.;}: Refrigeration Service. )I II
:. it a By VIVIAN BROWN Utilities furnished. Couple only. I domestic and commercial. Work ROBERT H BEST. Ameri-

.. s ; ,AP Newsfeatures Writer .:Apply 915 Windsor Lane.. I .guaranteed: free estimate on I can newspaperman formerly of
a ; repair.. Call 724W. Sumter. S. C. is escorted from
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;; YORK =-You con take this' b'onan 80-year-old working [ #
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. jly2-6tx Federal court in Boston. Mass.
' :*jirl, Mrs. Anna Bihn who models "on the side. Work andyou'n
Furnished, apartment, new gas after he was sentenced to life
live longer. ... range GARDEN SUPPLIES I II
electric refrigerator continuous imprisonment lor treason. He
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"'" This. coming from the popular "Benn .as she is called in hot water. Monthly I convicted of broadcasting
the:trade, is honest advice. She is in'excellenhealth and believes Phone 215. jlyl-tf I I D41i.err every Wednesday Clos- f was from Ber-

that "people who keep an int rest'In_ life. .y.rilllast longer ,6d Fourth of July. Key WestQarden I I lin propaganda for the German programs Nazis during
.than those who just 'exist from rr Four apartments. Apply 411 and Lawn Supply, 9141

day: to'day. Besides 1 it is SOl .. William Street jun28-30ti; Fleming Street Jly23t'iKFOR 'i World War IL
much more fun, to be indepen-' ENGAGED I
It I The period of of .the
dent"' t"bnce.in 5-room furnished apartment to; BUNGALOW I IFurnished' gestation
Indian elephant is not accurate

from
sublet for month date
a while she saps.people ly known but is believed (.. hp
t bungalow for One
taken. Possibly longer. $80.00 i rent.
sympathize, with her- about 18 months. It
** I. plus utilities. No children orpets. i bedroom. 751-XW. jly3-2tx sdmitimcolives
.n'old lady who must work. I Phone 1193-R. ": ]1 to be 60 years old ,
Always. Benney says she ad- t I jlyl-3U i' FOR RENT-ROOMS I II
vi'es them to save their pity FOR SALE -
*'IQr,those who can't or don't I : AND.. TRAILERS 1 1I
_ "* I Furnished apartment adults no
N pIt to work. j I Studio couch. Ross Trailer Can!
1 'pets. Conveniences. $65.00J I Largejwellventilated, sleeping ; p.
a ,t : white-rhaired sweet-faced 1214 Duval Street, -Telephone j rooms at reduced summer! Division and Simonton SU '
s Be'; who looks like every- 100 -W. ;J Ir fates. Maid service. Also completely It j',3.3tt
: s bodes mother is at present averaging jly3-3at-tues-thurs-tfj furnished trailer for ;: 10
e w about five 1">-hour model-' : light housekeeping available !: Hobart electric meat crifrfer.
:' ink.}jobs' a week. She could, do Call Overseas Hotel. 917 Hen
.. Apply 1219' Eliza Street for fur- soon. Young's a Tourist Home t '
0 'moi interfere tbut then she say "it. would .a nished apartment., C4i uplc. only. 1721, Flaglcr; ',. 1172-J. jly3ltxit ing, Phone* 798. ; J'>.3-A iSinger ,
with main "
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Her "main: job"isfui! tfmp]I : .,{ FOR SALE electric port4bM setYlvplg'
a croeVsix- days a week in. d 'night! FOR RENT-APARTMENTS J I I machine. $65.00. 32S1K. : :
a climes ladies' lounge attendant I, j jb'
a a AND ROOMS .' Burner apartment -size gas tl7
r She.iworks. from 8:30 at night' I stove with oven and broiler. -

.. '! ," 1jy. 3" a.nt, taesa taxi home, I The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming j $15.00., 'Apply 919 Southard St. Lady's, and man's bicycle.. Botn
a l slecps'until 2 6'clock in the after- Street; has a pulmanette apt jly22txWhiner in perfect condition. One logage *
' nov>rC then calls the Society of and several sleeping rooms va- ;- trailer, almost ijew. Mad
Models where -die has been registered cant. Low weekly or monthly motor bike. Good COn- 'sell all at once. Phone 1476 ,i
:.Tthree )'eal"$'to see whether rates. j ltfFOR.RENTCOTTAGES .dition.. $60.00. Apply D-4. Ft jly'3ItsOne
she has"an assignment. She says: Taylor:' jly23txFor 1

*|I haven't"missed a day for illness I iron burglar-proof fir$

in .8 years. Only once did f" Sa1e-2-bedroorn, 'furnished proof safe. Inspect at Pollnc4

I have to take a night off and Furnished cottage.. Apply 1123 modern house.. Terms. 127-W. Jewelry, 514 Duval Street i
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that was when I had a modeling '"' Margaret Street or Phone t" "jly2-6tx j1)S-:

job'Chicago..** '" <' ., -, 846-J. jun23-6tx II I

This was a memorable occasion Dining room suite, table, six Adding machine, reasonable; Tuj
in n nney"s life. She had never ",' Furnished cottage, hot water, no :chairs, buffet. $75.00. 1020 fedo scales, display box; lake
flown Before..She was winedand pets. Apply rear 1012 Varela, fleming'St.. Automat Laundry. meat grinder; meat block; <
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din<"d'and "felt like a real glamor \.upstairs. .jly3-ltx jly2-3tx box. 1101 Simonton. I

girl.: 'she says. ;I 1167. jun3
TJre 5'2model who tipsthesealer'at HELP WANTED FEMALE One_ 15-foot lynan, 22 h.p. John-

130 Ibs. has no relative ;son outboard and trailer. In- _
Bungalow, small store' bui ,
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Woman to demonstrate Nescafe quire Key West Boat Yard. A
: nearby; her husband having -. and lime grove on four lace
several years age She has died]I \virephutosl Instant Coffee in Key West jlyl-tf lots, size 50' x 120' each, in gjxxf
e. atttho same hotel for 16 years, THE WEDDING ENGAGEMENT Grocery Stores and to give spe FURNITURE section. This can be bought:
; thoygh she originally. : registered of Eleanor "Sistie"" Boet- ', dial servings at clubs fraternal BARGAIN-Nearly -easy terms. Johnson & John

e -.. ..,fjp \,!weeks.. She has no kitchena tiger (toP. granddaughter of and church organizations. Must chair new ,large platform 72" sofa-bed, easy son. Phone 372. jlyl-tf
be between of thirty to rocker, end
age; table -
a rtt :; all her meals out-usually I the late President'
Franklin D.
!' : .. but she doesn't mind. fifty. Salary $7.50 a day. plus coffee table occasional
aipne-
s As n1a}ter. l fact..he with : Roosevelt hat been announced expenses. Write to Mr. W. L. chair table lamp, all in beautiful 500 sheets 8H x 11, white news:
says
: a by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. blond print 25c.Artman Press,Citiafr
twinkle in JieftblUs eyes"It is < Odham, .P.O. Box 3861, Miami wood. Also 9 x 121 "
t a fun to live atone because you'can John Boettiger of Phoenix, .i24; Florida, and state age,. experience floral rug. Double box and in- Building, Phone 51: 1
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: do as you.ptease. Arix. The mid groom-Io-be u' qualifications etc. nerspring mattress. Two tall ,jun 17.171
i Usually: she pleases to take Van H. Seagrkves (bottom) of '4 jlyl-3t bureaus and overstuffed chair.
a walks go to the movie. Oregon City Ore. This picture Plus 10" and 3" oscillating 'White outside paint, white t'na
I : Though jot shejdi go tHrough the j I "of Sistie was made in 1943 Lady to take care of child in exchange fans. Small kitchen table andUvo mel, $2.75 per gal. 5% V.tJ.'t

night club tag younger they don't intrigue: her I Apply 536 Fleming Street or 6-B Porter Place or Phone Co, 846 Olivia, cor. Packet
505-E,' W. Poinciana. on Sun- 113-R. jlyl-3tx Phone 1597.
of
now. She sees "enough night iclubs" HELD IN SLAYING ; Jlf.j
while her night job. day. jiy362txSTORAGE ,
on
I Ie -- -..,. Small ,business a822 Fleming, '
Dehney uses no makeup except'on
occasional Sha is Street Deals in magazines ice
an. job. not To
and sundries. Buy or
cream Reason- I .Se1ii
interested in romance" "though J Jther1ght
Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor able price. jlyl-3tx
man may cdme along. Your Real Eslal
r + Lab .commercial. Phone 798. %
But she doesn't care if he doesn'tshow
j jlyl-tf Two-bedroom house, 4127 Duck
up. She says: Ave Newly constructed. Can .Sec. ; :* *;
"Live alone and like it is
my FOR SALE-USED CARS be inspected from 4 to 6:30
like p.m.
motto And I it. I don't owe i FRED :
DION
anybody anything* | daily or contact Austin G. Tay-
Model 1940,Ford panel truck. Apply lor, 804 Caroline St., Phone
1 Kpn, Perez Brew. Bakery 1025 1052-W. jlyl-4tx REALTOR

Iiesa etVOH "i 'Vet .tays.f. t White Street jun30-tf- 'Used leg f bathtub cart iron ena- Walter Dee be, Att ocfaic
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,. .. L J condition. $450.00. Call Naval toilet. 1231 South Street. PHONE 16S "

I *e J HETMAC.1 THE DEADLINE FORH I Hospital X-Ray Dcpt Ask jly3-3tx ,. .,.
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X JU_ .. ( ..IACT NOW/ baggage trailer $625.00. 71-2 Something Hew:
Poinciana Place. jly%- tx

]j jl 1 s ..r'ss I SAFETY mib BEAUTY i
1936 Ford. 1939 motor, radio.
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Y yth i 148-G Poinciana. jly3-6tx For Asphalt Tile Floors !'.,

It FOR. SALE-TRAILERS

II t --- '-- 1946 Glider housed trailer, all PLASTIC No. 3-I : :

II I CAP Wirohoto) I metal 3 rooms bottled gas. .

NATHAN CORN (above) hap I i electric brakes 4 new tires. 42 Eli lnale. Waxing. Easily Applied said i;' .
Rest Beach.
been ordered held for grand. ,
I 'jury action by: a coroner's jury j't jly3-9-10-16-17-5t -. Driet Quick To A Glossy Nonskid Finish.f'. .

investigating die death of Go. I :
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C. Beam Jr- oil company ownI WANTED !I

M97e I er of Rock" HOI S. C. Beam's into I-Home for black Cocker : Key West FiCovering Col: i I

body1 was found examined puppy. Phone 1569-J

.,.r tsa....r.- .. ,taus 1M' scats a crate in' the Catawba river. j for ,this ad and. SPaniel//II .132 DUVAL STREET PHONE 14S4 { I

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BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : We Will Call For ad ., '.: '- WHITE" STAR : ,: :
Serving SEe OUR : SO Years' Experience la, .t :: I I BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 : SHOWING of Electrical I Appliances : : n-. =.i.er.: J :: CLEANERSe ::. : H. BRADY. Manager PHONE SIM :

e..LUNCHEON DINNER 5 to 11:30 8.30 to 2 ........................._....................-... .:, '! : ZL4C-tx1 211, D at- ,.],...., i -.: ,*'.. .,Masco' ..Mesa j,. Prop. : :: Frauds cad DivUloa Streets ..

The ............................e.eee.aeeeeeeeeeeeeHOME ; ; ELECTRIC TEI..EPH { .L.. .. 2 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :

Short OrdersSandwichesAt Heat oSlceiA: .: :, \ SUNDRY STORE .:................................'...i' ......:.,....-te.'.:. y.: .SIMONTON.,. STREET :.. .;......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Deafer"......... ..
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AU Hours Joe. Dry Cleaningand .............................................
1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : : ..
: Try Our Frozen ;, .: .PRITCHARD. RUSS'ELL'S.:. :;,: ,Pressing24HOUR .. :
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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeI Room Supplies-School SuppliesToilet : ? SUITS for.MEN : .9 RorlCleanin; .Repairing and O FlushingAUTO ;
.: Preparations and Articles 1106 OLIVIA STREET ". :. 'aiJd WOMENMadetoMeasure; j : : ;
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GOMEZ' MUMFORD\' and ROSS .. :8 '. .- : ..............................

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Air-Conditioning .. : 'EZ .: : Overseas Hotel SIS Fleming SI ..
\.: Juvenile Furniture ? Ambulance Service 2Telephone .: : .: : t= ..{
DONALD BARBERWe ,
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HOUSEHOLD ,, J33eewe PHONES also 548 ; ,..: .!'Funeral Service : .. Specialize In ..:
Plastic FUR\ITIJnF CoD..i.um eeeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee......................... Merer Sleeps App'arp! ,; 7'-i. abtished 1S8S : : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing
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Appliances"Terms,i .: J s A, MYERS.DII'; c' :: :: STELL'S BEAUTY NOOKScientific Rf" It .:

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Arranged"OPEN .
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TILL 9:00 V.UL. '''' : :
MON. and SAT. : 7:' f. :. .< Ambulance. .: Experienced .
PAINTING ContractorFREE .
SS.......a..e .. :' 'f.' .. Service. .. : : .. Operators' :. I
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: PRICE TOURS : ': 1823 Harris AYe. Key West rIa. : ; HOVJ1iDOIUT.Ei" r .';f +'.:......: ..........e...; f' Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited :

: PassengerReprcscnUtivrs : IHONE 1371.11 : ; > .. :- : : Frances Beauty Salon :
: ;- .. | Key West, Fla.Refrigerators. .' .
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: feFLORIDA ,. : a.n., (1111)1t' : Wu tiiis :\ :: : :' 1010 GRINNCLL STREET :

EAST ......,...........................................: HOME APPLIANCE'rlSajHS: : : : Ucauly Culture. in all its Phases :
Permanents Scalp Treatments
COAST RAILWAY ..,.. .......................................e..... 605 SIMONTON STJ5EET, PHONE. E- ,: .. : : ; Facials Shampoo Manicuring<< ;:
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4 DR.OFFICE COBO'S : n.bldgt.rcantlh'. house* by INSURING with :=; :: Landscaping, Marl\ and Top Soil.' .j.}. ,I.. '.t.. '/...:SPONGES_ '. ;:: Marion's- IMIOISK 1400 Dunl 1311 Streets r- I

hold and perAtlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : TOP SOIL. $ .so PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACS.f"':!':'" .C ..: ; .x.",. ., "' .
onal effects. HUESO BEAUTY SALON "
FLEMJHQ STREET 4 MARL'HAULED.' .$5X0 for 4 YARDS. >.ylill'Sh1 tp'_lo Ally Part CAYO g< Rear of La Concha HotelPHONE Save 15% on All Polidw NOD-A .uable : ,, :. Also Lots,Cleared and Marl Spread. -Vary Reasonable. ..*. .: .w, : Ct&O( r.Canada : Southernmost House in the U.SJV.
MercantileStock /.. L. Crwoe, Agt. Phone 67$ .. .' -( : 9 Featuring. ..'
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4. I. '.S tett. In Permanent I
: Cushman Motor Scooters. '. SP.M.IO; !A.M. -f = : ff. ___ Wives :
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Sales and Service Immediate DeliveryBICYCLE : COMPLETE Dinners ., ;...' fr''f"/"o; Leda :' Beauty :
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: Also A La Carte and Sandwiches .. {,...'; r ,...":,',Rtflttl- .. : a, H .

S s .6 Buddy Seats *T Rental ServiceParking ..-.........-..-.REASONABLE............PRICES.........'...-.".i..1"l'_' f : s Colony s

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Also DAYTON BICYCLES and ; "*** : :'u reAjing fitrvettil : : 1 nx 3 : inMost
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Fun STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL nsurance : \. .. WUtaaaad Street ., Modem ,
KEY WEST GOLF CLUB 111 SIMONTON STREET PHOH.* 1171Directly 'Paeae 114 : : Phase of ,
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I 24 HOURS SERVICE FOR RENT BEAUflFYYour I i. INSURANCE : Good Work Low Prices
1I Experience: in Watchmak FOR SALE .. i ., ,
qualifies us to assure : : ZfoSatisled : Dally between 9:38 AJ-t,and 3.30
ing Our Customer Must Entire House with : :
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and dependability f4 i OFFICE .
you accuracy : : I PMt Appointments are accepted I
in repairs. Zf 518 SOUTHARD from Senior Student ,.
INLAID LINOLEUM !; : public by ol
Whether it 1s the inexpensive 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE; 1319 '.: I
; seven jewel or : ; STREET : TheSouthernmost ;
the most costly seventeen J, : ; OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE ASPHALT TILE' :t I, 'Opposite Bus Station i' a
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infinite is always ....S School
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\: jewel guaranteed care ................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.........."........""."...ei.....S EXPERTLY INSTALLED : ; 5I

S. givingyoucomple2esat If your watch Is not. : .D..R..U..M..B..A..R..d. .: 5. TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE. i. 1 {.- ':.liltaNo.I :: of Beauty Culture

I isfaction why not bring : .- V. t : :, 523 Southard Street :

; it ins Our reasonable.charges are. extremely : : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT = ;. Key West: .i F t. ::: -THEi :S :: There arc a number available with over eoo hour :
of
825 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 state approved Instruction who know the latest I
: DAN VAROLL .1 "We Delirer"O Floor. Co .;' t; .PorterAllenFANS !. i phases under expert in beauty supervision culture. of These a licensed student beauticians teacher of, s

I WATCH and JEWELRY: : Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in'Town Covering : : :' beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Al- :
REPAIRINGWork -' [ Company : though appointments are not required. It Is advisable .

I 515 Done On Premises'Street :....Packaged....<.......Goods.............................: ;...130...DUVAL......STREET................EET....WEST...reN n.oaa......i1s1h A, +wr. ........,..............:. .:. 523 SOUTHARD For Appointment ST., or St PONE a..s': :. e.: .
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,When You Go' : to JOHN CURRY
: : 707 WHTTEiffiAp STREET : :
Food Shopping .- '. ... J' 1s. D. Taylor1Feimitltedsi: Meflrl.' Manager : : ,,
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1 ENRICHED DREAD SERVICE_in South Florida :eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee4ete&kUftStt why Par"More.WhtalYea,Can )BUY tft Sot eeeeeeee LESS WORK GUARANTEED ,

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The ,! /. Today9sMeal ; Radio-Phonograph at : ..:: IEN'S,p nogylaiWEAL'ottLIS.Jt doss VU8E7alhi nurses i1LS s7as$' :: FREE ESTIMATES' ON REQUEST ::

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Planning : Ladies' Coat Suits. HACF-PRlC&Ladi9s' Dresses. : :
j l A1sMusicCo1IALPI I : GREATLY IlEDUCEm:White Dresses : :
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Chapter\ 6 They looked aU right, Bert felt,' made Eileen see. that she had i :, < "
and appearance counted for a lot. more than earned her share.: : .

,PAUL vaurneen opened' .You're"Hop.the car nlh t door Eileen with with And encores, judging tpo., their lie by playing was th'e. demand conducting was for all handed Bert squeezed her the money.her fingers .as'' 'he THROUGH ITS C NEWSEDITORIAL{ : ., f .. .

yeur agent and 'manage ." With paying sole passages on his sax- "YoU-:;just'stay around with'us. ." '
.i l\ apologetic look at Bert, Eileen; ) ophone,*when the score demanded. Eileen and maybe 'semeday'yoq'' ( Si > .
AND
Sot i inert'rode jn.' can cut loose; for:good, from. 'that. ADVERTISING COLUMNS
;' '; on the back seat with hey like us.. fellas," he said desk and. typewriter." 4 \\I:
Eddy and Paul's drums trying jubilantly, at the first intermis- "I'll stay! she answered softly '
not to mind too. much that Eileen; sion. "Maybe well enough to let And again,' Bert had to .turn '
looking lovely as a princess was I us play their other dances." away.A YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMS
.having such ;a ,.g ood time with "Must be lots of clubs like this man }In .a tuxedo stopp4 :, : .
PuL She h adn'O told his brother we'could play for," Paul said enterprisingly them at the door.-"If you're open :

evidently pledger-thai( about night! their in talk-their her apartment them," '"if we go. after you for nekt to. play Saturday at my night daughter's I'd like :', IMPORTANT] PUBLIC SERVICE .. :; : .
before she'd met Paul wedding reception." ,
Well; he'd played in the open, "You're the bay: to do ,.itPhil .. :
-We'll be very glad to, Bert -
Bert said, recognizing: leadership. "How
anyway. He'd promised competition :
) at the outset. And he'd. about you being business manager began, but Paul interrupted. ; ; ; .

seen to if, very'cleverly, that fof ?" "That would" 'be at Union rates, . ; .. : .
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mfre"than'a" week Bert and .Ei=1- Paul looked pleased. And Bert of course. ,:, :, ., '
leen. had not been alone together, was pleased' too, when he saw: "Of course!" The Rotarian : ... J ..
*M ybe .it'.' for the best." he how well Eileen's songs went gave Bert a card with the address I i
thought- dismally, as he listenedto over wjth the Rotarians.He and hour.
their laughter. Best .for Eileen pursued her into the wings, "Seven advanced dates! Not : i r
,. ahjwaj." What right .had after sustained applause. "They bad" Eddy said enthusiastically.
back,
love Eileen! Come on 4r
he think of'!Jove and marriage you
to and give them another chorus." "Pretty nifty return fur fur ttsXw. .
wheit } still had tQ report week- l
ie ; fishing a little free music for the
-"Ph Bert-I'm so happy! Shewas '
doctor he "
17. the ; when
.v army lovely. Her Marylanders party, Bert said
so near EO eyes
fcmd prospects financial set ) '
na thoughtfully. They really owed .
were wide and lit like stars. Resolutely
tbigAlittlesix.p} : aking orchestra good with? Bert turned from her radi-, all this to Captain Martyn. .and
the club's of helping
-He her. hand and
'Iei i flit E tdy.')ookjng Jat him.Upderstandingly. ance.pulled her back took, with him upon its fellow members, along 'with s
Gad, ,were his thestage.. refugees and disabled vets., Hs-'d
thoughtathat) 'plain! "Don't ?,be At midnight, as they put away see that he and his brothers :
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woriieyirBettbiar; i brother :> ld. their instruments and Eileen was played for them often, even_ if-the .
"JvH- thi' i to.ba okay. other three didn't .
; ) g'a:g ing getting.her wraps, Captain Mar- care to' give
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Btrti".forced-'ja ,'cKeerful grin. lyn -handed Bert their money."A their time.
-IJW: as" jost' wgndering'whether wonderful 'performance, boys! They'had made grand'begin
the other three.would be therein How'd you like to play for usr the ning. It could lead them 'anywhere :
lm .",.*. rest'Pf.the'season?" Still, all the rosy pros .. .M .:-4_ ..,
,They "'were. waiting in f Pete's It"was what Bert had hoped for, pects didn't make him : exactly- J' '. -t1
car.* outside; the;; Wiltshire Park. worked for, out he asked, conditionally happy that his handsome t>an>e.r-. : "r ., < ...' .
.liote ,-;.whtn they arrived. Captain I "Eileen too?" ing brother Paul was again sitting ; -, : -' ,
!" the said. with Eileen home ; cw ;,- .
Mar'fynt smiling and urbane in Absolutely captain going : '.X r .
evel \ng'clothes; was at the door emphatically. "And hereafter, this time on the back seat.' ''. : ? ; '.: .. .
of ',the banquet: room to greet with pay.!** Paul was saying triumphantly, -, *l" ".. re '" '" "" S
ttem.Dinner. was nearly over. JWe11+ be delighted," Bert accepted' "I told you I'd launch you on a t I :' ;' <. '<' : -
dancing'would start at nine.. Warmly for them alL And career, didn't I?" .. ". ", ,. .Af" ,*" .' ,.... !I- .,
Bert,,,.touclred-his'forehead in a when the captain had gone, he + Z LLUMINATIONSo
"Yes
did. And thanks
Alvarado Merry4fPkers asked'them,' "How about you a \ : I \
jQoek salute 'The us splitting million. Paul, for everything. < .
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Sir fellas
reporting with Eileen tonight ? She added, after a little ; .f"P /
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The captain eyed their smart She did more to put us. over than .
"It's, wonderful
with evident uniforms." .when people '... / < h;
new uniforms ap- our fancy. really the they 40. f, r
things "
proval. "Very han ome' turnout, Only .Pte, the guitarist was mean say. : r: '. _. It.t ;' .
prpfeasifcnal locking." unwilling.' "I 'don't 'see why we Bert was stung by the quiet J .. fo'i./ 'f' ':' '. .' ,
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'. outfit." should. She free, words. Were they a requke.r accusing' '
a professional offered to sing ?' all .
impiih him of insincerity? Well, <; : may see .
P4vl'saidth an; grin. tonight didn't she. And now, on S
xVe of you lo'sing.Iorti account of us. she's got some. paying if they were.he'd have to -let, it ._ > -: .
dear Eileen. stand. He'd reached a decision to r tt ; : '.' : <.: ., .' .:
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blue velvet proscenium drawled..,good-na t u red I Iy. her than 4 disabled vet. like him -' : -
DARK :
i1\S. mad ea rich frame AM .pO with five against him. self. t ) : : ,., : r' : : ,for the orchestra'upon'.the stage. Pete chipped in, and they finally: (To be continued) I : :

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Ellen": Welters; Senchez who .

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A Deport .of *he' Department't tt L : : especial to are the.
Convention, held in West. Palm ;t :
Beach on June J2 thru 16 wasmadebvCJr.rtpi
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J;E.J iair1; CU-JtQn; Smith WEJ I : flip WlreDaoio' ) p'st quickest means advertising.
I POLICEMEN'' GRAPPLE with_ a man in the '.Union :btu .
appointed 'Uept.; Chairman{ the '
and terminal at Norfolk. Va. a few moments before Op< cf' the off .
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Ed V-V ward,F? llaury 'was' elected as i eat'slothiin.. to death. Patrolman J..P. Bordeaux (left) strikes I'Jill I I ,. .y '.''.''" '. '-: 'a : t.... ,,' ..: .

Judge-Advocate ;of( .the Military at.the head of.the Negro tentatively identified as R.EL; Howell' .. : .'.. : .
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-. ,. .: I ,, 1--.L. DEMOCRATS PL.VN FOR 'CONVEiNTlON{ l: .;; ,Iii]I II Il .. -." .... ',<,.\.1'.' -., } .- .. .:' .'. 11. ti'
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Lt.,(U&}."nd 'Mrs. .Gary1 M Davis 11 '- 1.cI ; < ..' t:
,.'oM Division street, :moun't L I I : .' : ::..t,. ,.. ", U. t'h'-- .

!\ !,the birth of a'son wei&h-I) '' .
'z. '.
ing 6 pounds? and H 'ounces-at i t.I : ; .. .' .
the Naval I Hospital! on Saturday. fjl"'.l.. .. : h : ..)...; --.Io' : .
Mrs,, Davis: is the daughter of r :.. J. t- '
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Mrs, H. R. Rickets. She was a I I :\ .. .. J\\.; .

t Sch7)Gl graduate(! with of the Key class West of f 1944.High 1 1 l- ...-:4." : ., -.. ..' "..:, i : :-# rc : H It:
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Girl to Robinson I I lI ., ,,.' ; :- ,. .. :': ... ._" IIr.,..<..... .' .... .. ... ... . .
: Mrr and MrsL, Darrell: Robinson 1I'o". 0: 4< i '1 .
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1-A Naval .. .', t,: .
Station announce : : ; } '
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the birth of a daughter 1'I a : j'' .. :. ...., ; ..:''j ..;'. .'w .-:, L:
who has bEEn'named .
Diedre'GoJdycft '

Uobinson, at MUnicipal I r !; :'r:' ":,; : _; .. ; 3i : !'::'::'i :: -" : ', .! :
HoSpital o'clock ,
at T:23:; last \ .. l / .
night. The daughter' weighed 6 a ,t t -- < ",1.,. ".. .E. n' .. .
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55i-E.Mr.. birth West and of. Mrs.Poinciana a aon James weighing announceth .Catlin six, II .at. .W, ". k'4 : West 'Citizen S

pounds- five ounces today at 7:03 >t ; ::$'''"''''' -J..... .. I.'f" & TheKey

a: in. at. the Municipal Hospital. I I -y :. ,..o." .... ......-..-.. .
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Visit Daughter. &4P WlrVh4t.1 .'.... ., .. :. .. : : -' S
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''Mr, and Mrs. Herman Bethel 't'J I APPROACH OF THE DEMOCRATIC. NATIONAL CONVECTION I(-. ,r: ." "It'.':.... & .. ,, .. ";j.''J.'"P'i'" ......_,.. ... r' '- .' '. .. #_. ,
in Philadelphia means busy tunes for this couple.. WilliamNeiUe :
534. Elizabeth street' left this Roach (left). executive manager of the Democratic .N.- : : : .' : -
mornint0 visit her daughter, .
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Mrs..:: Marjorie Layman, and tWQiIdr.n tion.&l Convention Committee and! Mrv. Dorothy ,Yredenbur h [ )r5: : < > ] ) :

in Columbus. S. C. TheBethels l (hightt}; of Vredenburgh. Ala. Democratic National Commit : : : : ..; : ;;, ,( ; .
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intend Hf remain .wa> secretary, are checking floor plans of, the convention 1MJl\ e\ b I sC
three creeks. .V > their headquarters in Philadelphia's Bellevue Stratford hotel.;. .

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FOURTH OF JULY WILL i DisedIn'.i .1 .: QUAKE WRECKS--r JAPANESE: STORE :Hat UsedFuneral:For j]I I" placed-.back it alter on:the ths'ceremisyQuadruplets coffin. ;'She..-_goit ..



,Choir Loft : Wreath'!, 'occui once

,about 700,090! births. ,
BE OBSERVED SUNDAYCHURCHES I : 'I H---- _
STOCKHOLiL ' ---- -- -
Ivetofta church in $ Southern .I.It'
Skane I recent funeral in an Oslo suburb,,I

Sweden a policeman was I a woman took her hat off and put First Congregational) 1 ChufchJohH
posted on the organ-loft to I "
IN KEY WEST fights between prevent it on the seat beside. her< M. Peyton. Pastor
the. .percen I
517-527 WILLIAM STREET.
A church official, mistaking
tot and. the woman organist: during '
Between Southard tt Fleming
The divine service. t' I it for a wreath, picked it up and

I "What Price Freedom?" Will Be The Sermon Topic: .. In;a letter to the Church Commissioners t'i. I Sunday .ScbooL 9:45 AJC ,

the organiatornplairM'Fbe -, ; '
-1'i. RanmaSBBESRHH Classes for All

Of Rev. ]Mr\ Wells Of Old Stone It' : ,, : 'ofch. p ecprrtoT' b' very 1 John V. Archer Supt.
I ( ;; ; 1 deaf andjthe. posoesaor of a.thun- Key West 11:00 AM.

.{1Erouyoiee. .J1 .es i1 net' fcd10wtheoigan : 1 MORNING WORSHIP"THIS

Methodisl\ ) Church pong} Sometimes but pipes before'and in his'sometimes pwn- : .' j I: Church of Christ IS MY OWN
; '
;\ f } after the-'hiusicj he"is'used 1 MY NATIVE. LAND

INDEPENDENCE DAY ALSO WILL KE OIISKKVKD: BY LEY MEMOflIALAND tcsmakewry fices;and laugh .derfcivcly Ashby and.Von Phister Street 6:00 PAL, Christian Endeavor '
'* j jAP 7:30 P.M. .
i at I
my performance. Sunday School 10 A.M.
FIKST CONGREGATIONAL: CHURCHES; THE REV. .MR. "\Vt: Y-91! ,iSPI'HESItYTEIII.tN Said the..Chult'h Commissioners ; EVENING WORSHIP t :.
Worship . 11 A.M.
: "The-sitnatiori! .is.l ; ( "Where is Guest Room
.r:9itkrtyemharraAsjng. I the
WILL TALK OBSERVATION OF THE .
ON FOlJRTHJpFJULY I
j ." : Sermon :. .' 7:<1.5 P.M. (The Communion Service)

( i Wed., Bible. Study 7:45 P. M. i .
I ......,................. I I Wed 7:30 pan. Prayer-Praue

I July. Fourth Will be observed in nearly all Protestant Churches in Key West tomorrow.At Radio EVERYBODY WELCOME Fri.. 7:30. Young People's Night

the First Methodist Church the Rev. G. Leon Wells. pastor will recognize the holidayat Programs' ...

the Sunday evening services beginning at 8 by giving a sermon on What Price Freedom I. -- --- 4
?" p.m. ....o!.*.. .....*.<*..*.. : a

Holy Communion will be observed by the Rev. Mr. Wells l at the 10:50: a.m.. services.At ( Wirephoto. ,via Radio from Seoul, Korea. ) Poinciana : LEY MEMORIAL
1 BaptistChurch
NtTWORK V
PROGI MS. -
7:30 the entire of Memorial Methodist Church will in the
congregation Ley join
p.m. ti.Urt" tii.t.Th... e.i'do... THE .sEVtN: : -STORY DAIWA DEPARTMENT STORE. largest Methodist Church
services commemoratinq Independence Day There<< will be salutes to the American Flag .a .tiktr building
Japan. dangerously after
,
pledge to the flag and the Rev, Robert W. Weo/er.; will talk"on the origin of, the flae;., There $"..tr.ti tw. h.ur*. S..a ritlytI'Cts.ql"ichdsIiS Iel isa.ii'ns'einQh..rsf .and. fire of June: 28. This picture was taken by Charles earthquake Gorry. 17th and Eagle Cor. Division and Georgia Sts?

will be a recitation by Morton Lee Curry and the ringing of at' -_. _< Lair/,stMW r Associated The Church With A Welcome
hymn. "America the Beaut ul." I sanpscne.se.! .'.npas,4.IATUIDAT .- :{ Press photographer who had to walk miles to get' Pastor's Phone 1164.M ROBERT W. WEAVER Pastov

:, O'Briant,.pastor of the Poinciana ..eutTei the.devastated' area. 'I 1' A. D. O-BRIANT. Pastor
I The Rev. J. B. Reid;pastor of the Fleming Street Methodist -Le':4-.. .... .
IL-3. .. .
u -- -- School
I Baptist Church The king'sI - 9:45
-
.. A.tfl. Sunday
Church, will administer the Lord's Supper at the morning service .' -.- .. '." I >. i
I beginning at 10:50: a.m. tomorrow. At the evening.service the I I I Highway Opened and Closed" .i: :'f :lvratof! \ '. Scott Memorial\ l .1 Sunday SchooL 3:43 AJ*. Miss Classes for All Atisi
&dddMav NETWORK Miriam 1
.Mr.Reid will preach'on.The .) II I[ will be'the his subject 'at the .> ot'ewub.5.wic&a&"kTs7 .', ,' PROGRAMS. Worship, 11:00 10:iO o'ClockMORNING Carey, Supt.
I .
I .CaaU** LUa' Tim* For central
"The Man Who! Wretled: With,' I evening services: : at '1:30 o'c1pck! .S'.trfor* il ... tract on* tiur, f....- mvvntamwbtract .I: Subject:
WORSHIP
I Church, the Rev. John M. Pey .J, ( tw.ho..r.. Some local ata'tiaaa Defiled :
An Angel and Won7Rev. [ I i ;Services will 1 be, held'at,_ ::4he. T&k* sNubrmtdySat-. ,>hane4 |I ton, pastor, will preach on "Thisla f l1 1:15-Art if' U ii>r- bc. ::; ,'. ., lalal.' act ulaa. Last minute program LYDLVS CONVERSION" '
Rev. C. M. Grace Luthertri Church ai o .
Ray pastor fn 3I5UpIntonfbo'ToiLa: ;: .' cia: p.m. IntcrmtHiiat and Pw-
of: the Firs Baptist Church will { My Own, My Native Land.", M. tomorrow.whh! .the "- Rev. I } 'Q'.!ra"err'Iic j* changes cannot be included.MONDAY i CAPETOWN. CAp). Vandals 6:30: P.M. Training Union "..rof.." K.

occupy the pulpit at both, ser-.1 At 7:30: P. M. the Communion !I IP. 11. Zucker. pastor; occupying .r -Summer Ba", r'..bm6osrpt.iSrU sp
vices tomorrow at 10:50: A. M. Service will be observed. I I the pulpit. ilarrrJack Wlm.r' Sperte"-ebo, mer tha: little ctons: galleon Subjectr WORSHIP .
DanC. Muic.Dlb-.aat Evening; : rests on top of the pedestal of I :
and: at 7:30 P.M Program by Vacation Bible
: Services 'T", F.u.e-q..e.t. .
theKey West "THE HIGHWAY
The Christian Science Society I I at. er C KING'S
':O -News Report li Jlin.-fiboNewacaM the famous memorial! erected on '
The Rtv. Melrose S. Avery, I announced this week the subject :; Church' of'Chrisf will bev held .:4 -'X.w. an4 Cnrn.ttar-tbi << Every Day-cbajfrvNxtwork : OPENED: AND CLOSED" School Pupils.
the shore in of '.. ....
I 'Bau Camnient-abe' Silent Hour-a -cast : Capetown memory I I 7 :sa p. Mi pastor of the First for discussion for at 11 a.m. and 7:45 tomorrow.
{ Presbyterian five Sundays. p.m.
700--ist. Louis K kid'lea ) abc-wtret Cdpt. Scott ihs Antarctic explorer fiteoiIn'
=
Church will preside in obscr-! Tomorrow the subject will bp, ."witrr sermon at the l later ('tatt.'i.-t.t uIod-abe' Network 'r.IIW': ttr.t mh -eaKiddie ;' Public Cordially Invited .. s'w: p. moo unit Prmctlc::
who with four companions
4 H waU Call 54uIciainb7:3o4imiIh flour trepeat)-mbsnestr.li
vation C.! the Fuuith of July ser- "God" July Jl I, "Sacrament". | service. : a
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I
: .TIThPr1n-f'b.: -Spott.r Uualc Tim*-nbe perished in March 1912, when returning I .
vices at the 11 A. M services? July 18, 'Life"; July 25. *Truth"and I|! Merrill Felt n \vill.be the vie l> .no ll.< *I'* a.do..-. :You. Ami Politics-cba ,I! from the South Polel:i i
tomorrow* His subject 1 '' FIK>U Jury TrlaU-*bc 'i0& Unste Time cbs-east I
sermon; 1 The "
.'"Love"
will be "Celebrating the Fourth August servicc.3 -principal speaker at. ,the Youth >'am otSon. << Quit rthsf.j. IWm and Abncr repeat-cbs-west !] Broken parts of the galleon wore : COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US
wil Ibcgin at 11 a.m. to- i for Christ Hally tonight at ';;30I j7flCaba5o1g.rte' ';(}Newscast:" by Three-nhc i discovered at the base of the .
I
of July. At the 7:30 P. M. theYouth's i1f. : Thomas II cba .
: morrow j er"'fttkj'"ilbc Lb..11 (repeat )- : I
l I| p. M. in the First I Police investi
Methodist are
| rnonumcnt.
Fellowship will be in| Sing It A .ln.t.luia-reb.: -v 7.6-Sapp.r C .b-nbc-baale
"Lessons from Lydia' Conver- !I i I I Church. There will be a reading .r.05' DuIan..Detectln.lleT..ut7. The Lis; Show-cba j r gating.
charge, with Roy Rodgers dircc- ; .'Quatei3Qetv.-rnbi> News and Commentary-.be t FLEMING[ STREET METHODIST{ CHuRCH
tor. : sion": will be th subject of the i!: hy Eulene .Ewinell,and a vocal a::3O-'rrfJth-'Coitsiqkec.nbe.kmszng ) Fulton Lewi. Jr.mbs1itS'ewa I r ,
sermon to be delivered tomorrow duet by Eleanor and Persis .Lar:: Ma1o5.-c. ". and Comment-nbo 'enthusiasts
At the First Congregational at 11 A. M. by the Rev. A. D. sen. Slop W.. Gag5how'.snba5:99His : /. v- Daily comm.ntaraicI'ews I The home sowing $1- ..
color during Conan and WUlUm St.
white Fleming
'i'araa.'sialcaflbcJoan' : JiUtoer Vat-.nh. I prefers Jo any ', ..
-----. rva lsiCom : iOawr
-- dycb 7:30-rVan Pamme Quintet-RbcJerry the months.
summer REV. J. B. REID Pastor
: "Busters OrafflHfabo1Tbrca'for :
Wayne Show-cbs:

SUNDAY) SCHOOL LESSON: OF THE WEEK COLORED CHURCH .:3O-Tu4y Ca"i"ildn'y,ab.w-hbe Qqi_tib) M'ne Henry RunffT J. :Taylor Drama-mbs-aba ,,I .. .. .. .. .. .. ..T... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .
9x45 AJkl.
I : Church' School .
VanchnMonroe Stow:-cba 1145-Kaltenborn Comment-nbc
I At 'the morning worship at 7 Wpaf. ..tSyIOORa4o atab;: <"<, News Broadcast-cbs 1 I Grace Lutheran 5 CLASSES FOR ALL AGES '
How to Make Bad News Good A. M. tomorrow,' the.Rev. Sigis- City PfalIou.abe. Sport. Comment-mbsOO i ia | :
I To B.' b. '- .. :Merrill Felton. General Superintendent
mund A. Anpouoped < : .ka4. of America-nbcnner.Sjanognv i : '
Laing minister of ?Trinity Prof. Qvl-abe-bs4 i Presbyterian will preattf ;ICicago Ties4er-mbs. :., 4tarnow'; : Suosdoff-abe. : :
By ROY L. SMITH pn iudO-'ths Ora$5 Of.Opr'7.nbit ** rt. Falton 'Ailventurmbs J : r Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.
"Drinking of .IJis Cup" I
At the Pay It,t Be Ignrant-cbs 130-Howanl Barlow Concert-nbc 'I 1215 PETRONIA STREET : "
The kings of the two little Hebrew. nations .had fixed up i evening worship at 7:30 o'clock Htfloft lI0e4o"o-Itk t -< Cabin B B Urama cbs 3 3t Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.Mr .

an alliance by which they were to fight together against Syria..I the Rev. Laing will talk on the 11<:OO-N.ws."Ysws-.ael"VO1sty3bra-cbs'saes lo i-.abc. H ql'pi.ory>iMaopin tiegs4 Moaie prama; abc-mba .':'i i | -: -

I The prospect of the war was very serious and one of them.insisted I subject" ; The <$4ad\ 'Back. to.I .; Korn'a ..'Krackln' "Vb 1 .t '. ;> Ijir-euiy l RQSd( Comment-mbs I Divine Services I r 1'' Song Service, 7:10 P.M.
God. 11:'5-X w. *:*'yart.tjrto.'l, -abtl 5:14OVoorheesConcert' Oueat-nbc I .
upon consulting the national prophets to discover. if poe.sila. I O.-Dane bow' VJ Be Announced-cbs I
.. $ -ipt> > tv Tip Worship 1 7:30 P.M.
what their chance were.,, The chief of tha.prophc4ic: clan" UOO-'DaDctntCostthus4-abc-est Maro .Whit man Show-abc "-i I I : Evening, t!.., ..J.-_ .
.
: -Cl&Uriel Heatter. CommentnibsBxa4astmba 7:30 P.,M.
summoned his seers,' about four hundred' them. -and aItet ti'Joy'Ridilig 4r'" 'tI : .. "_" .' < _, A ,, ll5 -f.'ew" | ., .; ,. 3 -

solemn sconce they brought back the word that ail would go; t JO-Dr. 1. Q. Quiz Show-nbc i iI : F2IL ZUOCER<< Pastor 3 I
,N TW UCa: OpMs'" I The Treasury Pleas Drama Band-aboQliiet mba I .niniiuiuuiuaimBiiuiKiniamniiiiniuiniiiiiiniinniiiiiiiniii!! iiu"a""""'" ? ;;;;.,
i
well.The king who was worried was net. satisfied. Perhaps l h'o I In! Hearse ClUrn: L.tairTime.: :;;".r"'"ntral lOiOO; -\Contented Concert-nbc ,&AAALAAAAAAAAAkAAAAAAAA4First
...,irec"e.I4"..!<.t .s'.w'ts.s ,
had had an experience with professional'prophets before. ;At CHICAGO. :.JArrsted w'hhd ,,"tt'ut, ",...--.."tna ....l ata AiBUShn y0q Commentary Monroe; Show-cbs I f Youth for Christ Rally
*
5,555 cflans.. .hewt f..rdiay.isl1i ,FUh and Hunt Club-mba
he !
any rate said: "Don't you have another prophet-one who' is driving a borrowed hearse. Ed- lacat.r scbdsiI-izitmfluIs', Pr., 10:15'.-Earl Godwin-abe t Presbyterian Church

not afraid to tell the truth?" Then it came out that there was ward Porter ..20yearoldNegro, .runcfi;. !!, ." cctb.-3rI&ocsd., 10:!&-Fred farinaMusic-nb. *. Director HARRY RUSSELL

one more but that he was in disfavor because he had been telling | xp ai inet1. '''1 'vita i jus.t iirid.t S ... 4 ,"To...Be II..uneed-cbs! I White and .Washington Streets j
i I. tI U DA 'JY 4. 4, 'r BaKn..mnd.abatancs Rev. Melrose S. Avery; Pastor
** o'CLOCK ATE
T TONIGHT 7:30
|
Band
I his king uncomfortable), i mg. .. ';... ". Shownibs1iOO'Nea ,
i truths. \ I Aft........ 1' ,; Variety. Z hrs.-cbs '
'i''in turn was warned that doom : 1 ,K w. and IJanra Band-abcXaws Men's Bible Class. 10:00 AM. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
.A till1=
When he was finally summon-J him also. (upon development of. inneri I II i .rl \ e.i.. be Dance Hand Z; hrs.-mbs Ladies' Bible Class. 10:00 A.M. .
t e\l and required to answer, he replied pursued I i resources which? enable'us .to- face :fy;- = c t a1.. 11:15-News; b. Variety to 1-nbc | Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
Bad News Is InevitableIt I I :3e'n.'Ann.uncl4-rIbb.-. 12:00-Dancing Continued- bc-..est
sarcastically that of I I .
: courseThe unpleasant facts I
I' has always been true that' Friendly' Minorities I:1SEd1tortUbtiste'5T". JjB' ':lo Oa-nt1.-bsulO": -' '. I 11 :00 A.M., | Speaker: MERRILL .FELTON '

I Sunday School Lesson i I bad news, whether deliveredto, | It frequently happens, for instance ..1:W'-<:hlc \U\4Cabi"'tlbc..1. :.' TODAY'SS Church Servi..e"CELEBRATING' g A Big; Surprise Store for Those Attending I
an individual or a nation, is unpopular that- lone'voi 'f.U\lt-.ADr&lJfa-cb. ANNIVERSARIES THE
for July 4: Micaiah. a ]t : some e .National V.p.5--bc. .
Prophet of Israel. I Kinqs !!I and; that the bearer ,of which shouts: : warnings to the cQntempor.1Muoc-:M..' FOURTH OF JULY" | SPECIAL MUSIC
I 22140. I bad news has always been 'unwelcome' -* nation 'is more valuable- than the IOO-l r "1'Id .Q. l'r.t h.. (Know America) Rev. ,Avery -
: I I'90.Ar.;r..I.4tit&Ipac"tba. : I READING ., Eulene Ewinell !
1733 John
.
{ overwhelming majoritywhich % ArueeOW'I9ito.;" Singleton Copley, i .
? the four hundred were right. His I I It is ,also true:, on th other, chants the chorus! 'All"is well." Ait fF rcC.Sh.w.-5b.' ; self-tayigh Boston art.ist. who at- i 7:30 P.M., 1 VOCAL DUET :. Eleanor and Persis Larsen I

sarcasm was transparent however I band that all of us 'are under UK; The Christian preacher, for instance 2:1O-Robsrt1i1tT5t, .ssansbtbl-pcbs Cosi.rtmb5'',' ... tainetl' ..world-fame in London, I Service at 7:15 PM.
Youth Fellow Special Prayer
Iup
and it was evident that he necessity o( hearing some bad ?, who comes out of the 5Sr-Pi'esJe'M--te'.i .b' ; borrr id Boston. Died September > I II
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I was sneering at the professionals news at times. There ii no way slums to .warn-lhe, city that ,trouble : Ke.-\'tt.ra.hr';: Panelipbsr:4soseIoTtcpensbtsbs; ,- : ', 9, '1815 I Leaden, ROY RODGERS .
'
:! end at the kings. i i out. No man.has ever lived who, is brewing, among the slum ZO'-'uiIe dScQ1I5Int5bI;' 1830-Samuel, W. Johnson; Subject: n. COME BRING A FlUENt) -

Finally, charged to toll the has been al>le.to insulate himself (dwellers: 'unless! something! Is -'5ymVbob1',.wt flrna6ctFt.-LbC-Stew-bs; -- Connecticut" agriculturist and- .I "Take Ye the Little Foxes"vusiarc. I IIIII1111UJJUIUI1lflflllUllltnItll: IJnHI / tflUU1rS1b1flUhl1l1flfl1UUflW1tUlfltlW11: !

truth he warned n. kings that i from trouble, nor has any man ornMion done' about 'unspeakable housing Summer 3ahody-mbs 'S teacher, leading agricultural't Tourists and Friends I- S.S 5 5 5 S.S...S C S S S.._S S..S 5 0 4.5...;5....S..S.;..
they were hea,1('( for disaster | been able to shut off the renditions may be.:a better friendof 31IAht1Cjlsk1X5a5aC"4bIr'sAOst6 scientist of his generation, bornat

end that at least one of them I stream of bad news. the municipality.than the committee I .DsceH1fffoutdbC'; .l\'ViM\lf"I\ \ ." Kirigsboroy New York. Died, :'Are Invited to Worship CHURCH
THE OLD STONE
would pay with his life for his I SlK'fi'S.'ifuHy-liviDi docs not depend -' from the Chamber of ComI -LLt.E.gias ata--iMbs! : July 21, l9.1548lOO Ii I

I ftJIy. Thereupon the chif of the upon our ability to chutuurselves I mcrce' that.'undertakes: to attract 4sequl1-idif.JO.1c.tiy.-tb.: To bS. '*555ir&ibr.. years" ago) Theodore /I: (First MethcxIUt, )

I prophetic clan, skipped him, and off from bad news, but i a new 'faet.o!y'tc? the'cify, .Uesa.'utbiy1CirtienV"4d5C&ETlnIyTilkb'iV... Presser, Ohio piano teach;,' : Corner of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS .
_
The doctor who fights for the : : ere founder of Etude in Lynch:: Christian; Science
city's health sometimes -against 4SO-f.i..X, .! ( burg Va .in 1883 Philadelphia! : G. LEON WELLS. Pastor i
; IIIIIIIKI) ALIVE; ONE FINGER BROKEN I k JoIin. .
the parsimony' of the City Hall Mitnn 4i.s:aicd'ab.Th : music.publisher, founder of a t

I may be >:a better'' friend than' the $: U_$sp.nioiiaimitopefJs4':A1I cl79" hdrne for'retired music' teachers,'I Societyof : : Sunday Services .-. '
I
Real Estate: board which publishes rxvrtjLi-in: Pittsburgh. Died October
a lovely folded showing the 'Vn4.rr",, .}'..uam"f. '. S '28. 1925. Key West : 9:45 AJ&-SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL .4 r. .f

beautiful residences'. along the '*1fl'Daiitrgd-cbi.: a noted 327 ELIZABETH STREET: : Superintendent J. Henry ITUssOL"b) :
1:>>- ""r1l ba' : H.;DaDcJ4". IftSl- Sam W. Small. I ; ..
boulevard.' Coisntln$py5r2niL'-4bc Atlanta Ga., editor, evangelistand : '
\ Morning Worship
10:50A.M. .! .
. I Any many or any group. knowing .What. .:kSL..JbuThk-eite. writer born in Knoxville Sunday School. 9:30 A-M. : COMMUNION '% ,
WITH HOLY
5 .
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unpleasant truths and telling } '
T nn. Died Nov. 21, 193L .
them forthrightly .and. fearlessly, ,4O-Catholic*Ka I T6.'FamUy Tintells -j 18&4 Joseph S. Ames famed -
is an ass*t*in' a ,city"ar a nation Ls. Pear.O5 Coromcot bs physicist, president of Johns I At 11 o'Clock : Meeting Methodist Youth Fellowship

that has*"courage ,to Uflen.Fighting TJ>....;:Webcten. S tt-psbs born in I Subject PJW. Worship,
':' '.*. ,s m.arfI: Hopkins Uryversity, : 8OO Evening I
I Totalitarianism t;3 -!HoUywoodSvBnn l'rtdsw-iib" Manchester, VL Died June 24. "GoD"Wednesday : The Independence'Day Theme will be "What Price FreedomfIflF"
The prophet who :slapped his r Caa O.ucer.CtSi.e 1943. .
tie 'Au.cell-.N Evenings
for the
fellow telling
i prophet MM Cart.ar..Detecu..qlb' "nriatioll; All Srrricf Men *.St
I truth i sa little like the commit- 1:00-v.-. AiiDOuItce4ISlIC'Tb. '# Meetings. at 8 o'CIock : A Ccrttial to

t tee which would forbid minori' I toys* Un Ad ABtry,Bturabc Show--;
ties to speak because they would alyttary FUybooao-mba i ( America) Edifice "win b.'op.s Tuesday
endorse doctrines. if 7 Jo-l at O'Brien Dram*-'il"" : ,
unpopular .8Io 4''.cad allWood-. 5 Dr.,John R. Cunningham prep' aadifridaf! from fi to I P1f.Triity .
I they spoke Bill Uoodwtn C.n>*d>-abe sident, of Davidson College. N.Ct -,.. The First Church
Ga rUi Hastier Stou-mteS. Baptist
All good and true Americans moderator of the Presbyterif1an ;' -
I I w-na: :saiw Ctoril.iibaails
abominate totalitarianism but all Span ..aturea-cb. Church South, born in WiUliamsburg.
I { too lIMonyof tu tolerate totalitarianism Sto Vba UadlaUon Ito MViS QnU Board'aa ma',*- Mo. 57 years ago. ': Corner, BAHAMA and EATON Streets -

if it fights totalitarianism :; M.\ KAY Pallor
a:>>ItTD AIIMriea! Qvto-abA Arm. Raymond A. Spruancejwar Piyt&ia e i ,
The best demonstration oMemoc- Tb* Man Cai..... Xxba '
I racy is the Use of democtacyi infighting 545,55. C..star7-'Sib. : commander of famed Fifth*j 717 Simonton Street (Colored) :, .
": *-Twin Nawa Coo m.n-.Biba Fleet, born 62 years ago. : '
iotalitarianieci; % Sgisnnmd A. Lainq, Minister
-be.
Wel'l7
; I Fact1ag th.'tFt1"J Klt- b Jsatpoi-'eIs: Prof. Ralph Bartpn! Perry, emfincnt 7CO o'Clock 'SUNDAY. SCHOOL. 9.45 A.M -
Wincfaall Tim_ ,. philosopher born
"Give me the worst news-first," ilaat Walter. Ma at t'ank.nib.5ii5flJ.eod -a. Harvard .'' Morning Worship <. : IL E. Day, Supt
Poultney VL. 72 years ago.
said a bujy executive to his secretary t.niest-sbd; '

I upon his return' from a t JO strike-AJbura It Bteh.FaroBJa Qub'abl'Suprstflioii .... -abo Gilbert H. Miller' of New* DRINKING$.rwI. 5iwieet OF: -10:50 .t\'. I.; '. '. l\ornillg"Wonhip\ ; -

trip out of town. "If I get the Dr ma -abK'a York.'y theatrical managerproducer.'born : HIS curt Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF. 10:50 to 11:50BAPTISTTIIAINING
Morning
\ worst news first after.that every a. Uvtat Sa ewnibSluse'l'&k. : there. 64 years ago. fi..dapsi'b..i: 2s3S P.w..

I I t thing iigood news." it KoM.t.teaTB y tory It-cbaCvrnady aMMickcr Dorothy KiUgallen columnistboadcaster -.t '_A JIhoi .... ".JI.I' .
- He had learned the secret of Writara Sbow= bf born in Chicago, 35 UNION 7.00 PM.

_l turning bad news into good news. wn-n.rsc.. y.isstagsnits ff.idt no.-nlle- years ago. I I' 7:30 o'Clock Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director

- "-.T--. _, _.I._ .. : __- lIe had learned to look it squarely --ape ea-. S5TS5..5b5'Coni.ientary Gregory Mason famed anthropologist -I Evening Worship

CAP \Vlr pbotalFELLOWWORKERS in. the face, weigh .the, facts estimate Oai.tt oa.-aiovtaCtarya ok. *-- -'" explorer and author slmw:: ."J-t 0:00 P.11.1.' ; Evening7jM Worstup'
t the grain of truth for its I, ,.s4 -Ta Fa Aaa s a4-tVItdW born in New York, 59 years "THE ROAD BACK ".

I CLEAR AWAY DIRT that piled five feet actual size. Having. me the -iCaw* TarUty S ara.Variety. .-a.. ago.- ,I TO GOD"7l -'

I over the head of Donald Cooper. 22. in an earth bank cave-la-' worst the next worst seemed so I Naa:}4.w..sud Vasc.'*Omae beS4-5S I be Ev-Governor A. Harry Moore iloa4aT, P.I. MUatoaary.M .. 1

i at Omaha Neb. Thirty tons of dirt covered the trapped youth much simpler and easier. !:.ws.iMns Ba4 > fcrt._baaanna I of New Jersey educator former. )ItlngT. 'iWednesday P.M. Pray aDd Praise Service

-but his only injury .apparently was a broken finger. Fire (Copyright IMS _7 th. Inttru.ttonftl U-- &adac 1-M P.M.
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I Ovnrtt or Reltfrtou Ed oca- I Frid.tt" ''I:3. P.M: Choir R#k ra- rrid7
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Capt. Arthur Moran bandages ,the.tingar. tl_n on behalf of '.. Prolcitiat Jt-. I I din vian Foundation, born _I and By Scouts* Meeting
aon1naUonsj .. .. Subscribe to The ai1 D. Philadelphia years ago. F .
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I Elks Club Wins Over VXVL--u. ; '':INDIANS: : 'AND BRAVES fGames At Army Barracks s.: Flagpole t At .Climber 'i!!!j:I panizations- (Continued FOURTH during From OF Page JULY the One entireday's )



SubRon Four Beats VFW's "GAM(; ON RUNNERSUP I. For Benefit _Of Lastresj'.. Ninety-One:i I The program.Fourth of July Program

; ,j,. HOUSTON Tex.-(AP). At Committee consists pf George
E. Allen Warren, chairman; Ernest
91. E. Pullman of Houstonstill
I ---r:ATOJIIC BOMBERS AND] Avila. Glenwood Sweeting. Isa-
--
ELKS SHUT OUT FIRST,..- Cleveland Defeats Brown climbs flagpoles. Until 10 dore Weintraub, Eric Curry.
years ago. he had a hand in
erecting -
FIVE INNINGS ON ONE Pirates ics,"l.Ue Boston< jMarines '' Jack Delaney, Arthur
I Tony and
-# : The Weather TANGLE stacks around Houston.. Now he
I Ii CONCIIS
Personnel Needed AND TO -: representatives frrn the organizations
From Philadelphiaal .is in semi-retirement but when
HIT BY PITCHER HENSON .
.
taking part
At : I .the halyard slipped from
j Tangle Sunday !i I a 50- ,
:1'hillies l .{; \, ; FORECAST .Wes j Youth Developzp f1 \'. .' foot flagpole in his front yard '
., : : .- : 'tiTe" "an arid'" Organization will attend a meet: t ti 'he shinnied to the top and fixed' The Egyptians recorded the
.7 Vicinity One of the best of the
Key : Partly
\ games
... .
FieldKey '' destructiveness
Municipal ..111 fM' 4 '''' I r./' It. of the mo\h\ in
Elks CJub the. VX'FJyf'fS -' t' +. English-bora he got his start
won .over I'dourlyloudyr with scattered,tins i of thK tiV J. $+imi"W sepscheduledo l ; be played' hieroglyphics.
6-4 score : 'E"Ypn ..1";1u1 ,3.-Wrth ,as a,, sailor.
last Increas
night by a \jShpVirers And thunderstorms to-;.Tuesday to ask tot the Sunday at, the Army Barracks] t
in the opening game of a -30ft ball West Pirates and U, S.! teams in both:major: league*' J tar-' iJay jtonigh.1 arid Sunday ":'Con'Unped of they, t eatipnal 1 .*pQrs0anl( for the bentfit;ef "Crh>- Lastresj]l 1 . '. ..,. .
doubleheader last night at Bay. Marines will tangle in 'a baseball -I JOt; 'night'mes; : Jut pight. thy;i warm. 'Gentle ..to.moderate ;: here during J\Hd" feumnjrerjvp4a1!| .:who was. iQj xed.twoweeks:; ago.1 I The Asaitic elephant has a dis-1 I STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
%
view Park. tomorrow afternoon Cleveland l .IndianS'ir ri( the'AInerI : : lion like for strong sunlight and lives
game at : ;variable winds,Mostly. past- 1 The game will be between the, '
Ilcnson had shutout the Elks. the City Stadium.(Wickers Field).I I sett and the BotoliBrayc; : $Jnl! llie nfy'. *;T ', I II "Atomic Bombers- and the Sub'yin! the. dense forest during the TRIUMPH .

tor'five innings and had allowed I. This should be a great game National each gained atgame. '".FldridajrjScattered shower* and I .]ton -It teams.. The Sub Ron outfit hot months: COFFEE
*
but onc*h1t.' from start to finish.' I aj result ,In the sixth a walk, a hit and|f Roberts or Riggs, both good Indians defeated..St. snubBrowns ''west ..portions today and Sunday I They1FloridaInternational a Reason:;' i including the Navy Hieroglyphics was a dead language M
three errors .gave the Elks four. J hurlers in'the service here will I ; 8-6, while the Braves' 'al\d:along the lower ast. road League game. They have played -' for more than 1,400 years __ .
runs-' to go one ahead. I be ready for mound duty. Evan- walloped the. Philadelphia .Phil-! ,nigbt Other wisp..JjartJy". cloudy f : five contests in the Island J because modern mankind could 411 Crocrr
ich the star Marine catcher has lies, 7-3. thru Sunday. '*. not decipher it. . .
In' the seventh. two bases on : I City League and have won. all of !! .
played Class 9 ball end in the r In '.other American leseiic. con- East Gulf of Mexico and 'Jack Baseball' League Ij them. -
balk, a hit and two errors gave I W. L.
Club Pctj I
Pacific during the last World War I tests.! the Philadelphia Athletics sonville thru the Florida Straits:. Since the opening of. the
the Elks two more runs and the he performed with an All-Star won from Boston.,. \:2;.'Washing- Moderate easterly winds thru: Havana __ _.: 56 29 .659 league, the Atomic Bombers

ball game. nine from the. big leagues .(hel! ton 'Senators :defeatedihP' : New Sunday. Weather partly, cloudy Tampa __ n _--_ .- 50 34 .595 have_ 'added star players and Strunk Lumber Yard
Flyers scored once in the sccr: took the place of Bill Dickey i I I York, Yankees 2-11 while the with widely' scattered sKowors:! ,., Lakeland.r' .._.45 42 ..517 most of the. fans around town
ond. Sutton hit a. double and who was hurt in, a game).- His 1 I Chicago..White Sox:beat the Dar and thunderstorms., .*:' -t y.r ,i St. Petersburg445. 42 .517 are betting that SubRon team's
two errors..put him over thrf rifle-like, throws are "things' to troit' mgers. 5-2: .:. } 'Jacksonville to: ApEllachkvjla l :.,,? Miami Beach : ._. .40 .47 .460 winning: ..streak'will., be. broken. Phone 816-is
plate.. Two runs came in the third Rational Palm Beach _. 47 '.460. Calling
watch. Other League: games small craft or'shr'x r warnings! West 40 tomorrow. "
on .a, walk, a double by IIornu'rid' At first. the. Marinesi11 have resulted as' follows:' Cincinnati have, been. isucd.. / Miami ...J -----".- ..:. 3.8 46 .45: Batteries for SubRon .will' be
two more bases on balls, Nole.'who has.[played on several Reds. 7: :..St- Louis. Cardinals 3; Fort Lauderdale, __ 29 56 .341 Stinger /andPowell" ,.,for; : liy4 BOAT
fgitC 'Horner home. Their las( other Leatherneck clubs;; Kron- Chicago Cubs 5, Pittsburgh; New t RepprlKey .I Atomic Bbnibers..Casa'-'and.Rob-- -S BUILDERS
run came in the' sixth.on two hits lagc will be 'at" short. He! 'is. a' York Giants G, Brooklyn 4. J Major i B.uebaU'Lcag..r. :; '
and>a twalk, I' great performer and,is well'Wor/lh:/ !The scores;" : *:. West FliL,i July? 3,J943: J' j I|.crts.The second game will be: bet Who

At;bat; :Sulton and Cussons hit watching his 'cover thefield. AMERICAN. LEAGUE l'(Observation'taken. at City,Office.t ..t ,AMEnICAL.. .-: t W..LPet. ; *'en the Scorpions' and the Want The Best
.
two' safely for the losers.. Pazo,I! Pirates will be managed by Night Game'J/L. .:... : 8:30: A. L.' EST : Y r'tnh- : Cbnchs}; 'the Conchs replacingthe .
D9! f and Rodriguez each .hit one Armando AcevedoiL: "-" ;cV[c .: ... .4".4R::1l.' :t:.; -TemtxsratureHighest J?.t CltvcJ) safely for the victors. .1 I I The clubs .will' lineup some- Ckvt'land.2 L3t'tl'. : :< yesterday'1, .. 4. 90 P I 'aeb>Jri_.Ht t2 2'1 .iNe.v tt 'for :'the Scorpons;' .Sancher") : and : GOOD

'.n...G rria. Griffen and Solo-. think,like this: .. SU:>Louis' ,? ::-'-- "'.t. ? : Lowestlast night '.S< &:= : 81-: ork' :__ :- .39:21. .581 Skippy, for the //ConcKs.,". John-t VIRGINLONG
mori'.were-the.best for the loscrt( Marines .JBJackj J Kleiman! Gromet! timon -.';Mcan '/:-;- t- >-v r 4 -- C6 Boston":'U__'..".;_ .. '3% 3I.5fUtf. -son and 'Griffin. '. .* -
in the f icli-DeRosc: Cussons and Player ,) Pos. ';and'sTipion!;,.Kennedy W d- Normal .:-... "vli: qlwt'T 83 Detroit .._. ;' .- >..-30 35. MSI tlt:::: :::: 1 9:!f!
,.: '' .J-:' f.Washington-'IlUi isV 3S..t4S4" The French: used to call the LEAF
Armigton for the'winners. roar.Stephens" and 'Moss- Par1.t .trpeipitatioel i PINE
Evenich .._ fcatcher 1
Score:: R. II. E;. Robatin ':.;!_L.. _' tee.. ,-. -, ,. -- ,-r, W.to > V**I.a'i ota])av-t,24hopss ) .Dil'!ns. St. Louis _-- _. 25 39 .390 tomato "pomme d'amour (love :
E1ks' 000 004 2-6 '3 5 Chalmers, .._ :_-second__ CenterfieldLaw base '; Night. :Gam t>+%" ; ':fW r this:nwith.. ; ,.. t,00-) ins. Cbica ?' __:_ __':...-._:...20,41' >323 .. apple) and French 'beaux used to lias

Flyers. 012 001 0-4 8 4. _. _' _J::r.__ fightficldBioria "R. II. E.. Deficiency thiS'month.J2tl; ins. ..,. NATIONAL :jgive tomatoes to their ladies. Always MadeExcellent
;Joe Lewis and Hcnrjqucz; Henson .- _. _i _h... third .base Philadelphia. _'4 .!) 6,I Total this year :J7.69 !ins. Club.- :;. ; '. V/.:.1. Pet,;i', Huggrd
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and Dernanis.TwbUaso'hitst Kronlagc,-:... .. 1 =_ ...1shortstop% Boston, ,2, 6 0 Excess this year4.;$.61 ins. Boston' .- _._... .-. .39'27591
Horner, -: -- I Rosar. Relative Huwiidity.t '. St. Louis : ._._._. .35 30 .533 BOAT PLANKINGBefore
Sutton; Nole !;__._-______,. first..base" BrLssie and ; Dobson. .' --V
stolen ses: Dion 2, Benson; .;sacrifice Utrey .. hits: DcRose. Grosbcre:;. Riggs- ...' .. pitcher Night Game. J JI" 805 N-xv York .:, J. _.33 :31 .516 the, war we cold many carloads of this Virgin Pine to
or : "
Henson 3, Barometer Philadelphia .:..._ ,3434500, float Builders. It has been impossible for about 1 to
struck out'by; by Lewjis'S j f ., H.ILE.Washington" .I Ii rears gel anr
Pirates t..T.l' "n A.M.' . CIGAR' of this until
;;bases 9n bald: off Henson 4j I 1 i '. .__... 2 5 21 Cincinnati ? : .30.37..448Brooklyn now.
of 1.10 I Plajer- Pos. __. 30.04 ins.-1017. mbi. _. __ .. _. .. 27 35 .436
off Lewis 8; time game: ; New York .t 1 3 '0 W* hare Just received ., fine carload of Virgin
umpires: Griffen and VilIa aJ. Domtnceh: ---- 1.: ,-"::. leftfield( Mastersoh Evans .uu4rowy Alria..c: Chicago. .__....... _. 29 37 .439 610 Duval Street Long Leaf Boat
.
df ; Brync: Planking There Is of
rTr.- I I Baker ..- .__._ _-_..,1 centerfield and Berra. Sunrise ..___ ...-r. -.-"5:43 a.m. .j I plenty it. ten and twelve inches wide and
: Acevedo.'first .-, .. / ____. '.__ ._ _: the lengths are very good. '
In' the nightcap, the SubRon 4 A. base Night, Game Sunset' : -720: p.m.i Softball$ LeaJeuea ,'
outfit won', over the Veterans of' Joe Navarro :_ catcher .' -. R.1I.E.! Moonrise ---.-_'.. :.._ >3:17: a.nv\ ," /COMPLETEBASEBAI.L CALL US AT IMIOMUUf-or, Belle Yet: COME:
1 1 1ValdezL | Jim Albury _:.__._ third baseJ. Moonset __' .. .5:27 Class "A" i iciub
Foreign Wars by an 11 to 3 score. -- Chicago; .: _::._ 581 : :- p.m. '"' and! SEE US at NO. 7 WALL STREET. ami Gel YoursWe
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Navarro second base : w.u Pet. ;
who started for the"Vetsonthe'mound -- Detroit : .' 262Pierriitr .
touched, Arnold.'1_---_---., shortstop I .- : : Bobs 'Sport; Shop 17 1 ;t 'A' Are Also Headquarters fo rthe BEST THERE: IS
: was
for'five hits and five runs in four'! Arang;;,..._..., --.__ *-_'_ .--rightjicld l lSalinero Benton, White.andWeigel ind:iSwift.; .Trout.; Tomorrow TIDES .. I : .scoRES. IN MARINE: PLYWOODS
innings. ', or Register:: ." pitcher L.--...;. -----10'8 il' 3t
himj 1| .The 'game". will. start: ,'at. r:30 (Naval Base) V 1 i ofIfigars
BRANDS
Martinez, who relieved ] o'clock. .r '. NATIONAL LEAGUE. .Eastern: Standard Time).. | r j I | POPULAR Strunk Lumber Yard
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wAlked three battersand; Melvin Night Game > High' Low .t.i6f3r .:'t1- '
Tynes finished the game. ; .. / ,'R.H, E. 7:06,, a.m. 12:33 a.m. <"l l6. f. :.'; '" "t''ll. 'rct., E nC ld
Bremmer allowed the Vets Boston- ,;:;v_'>." J_I.7; ,Ii 0 9:15: p-rn. 2:3l:: ,,p.m.. Elks "Club '_ --' .,, ,; I' Dr TELEPHONE 816 35APPEIROUTH'S"
three hits. Two were bunts and City RecreationProgram .i Philadelphia. ..__ '..,:."':; 3 6 .4' I "anto 's Men's* Shop. 9 8. tVX1 'Soft'Drlnks.
'I
the''other a" single to center by Shpun. Hogue and Masi: Simmons 'ADDITIONAL TIDE:' DATA' Flyers.' ? Vl8 9Htd; ;

Myers,'the only hit outside of the :, Bicknell. and Semiriick. Reference. Station;:: Ke ,We t( "Naval. .... Hospital.-..-_, i-j.-. ,_,,-, -5--.12,.:, *-._-......,,;t.:. ......&: ... ._ --I. .. -
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infield. ) Night Game -.r. r' ,
: Time of (
.. I Height -
Only two runners were left on :. r R. .H. E.Cincinnati StationTide {high.water. )pf, i' it 0 Jf V I T Z 1 I

bases by the Vets. ___.".._._*_". 77. 1 Bahia Honda f The
'The; -Sub Ron 4 had a field day. SOFfBALL St' : Louis ,.':1_. .- 3 5 ,6Vandermeer. t (bridge) _-.Oh 10m 'O.O'f. f .Oise 7ta k ,of :Ne v' I Store Of Fashion'LNEWSHIPMENT.
Downcn and Stenger'were credited J : : andWilliams, ;
Btyrie-w Park, Night No Name Key I -
with' two hits each. I'olletMunger', Staley; Burkhar (east end) _.+2h 20m .
In'the field. CenterficldcrHuffman : MONDAY-= ana Rice.. :1 I! Boca Chica I
First Game SubKon 4 Bob's '
made five putouts. McClure -vs. Night Game (Sandy Point) Oh 40m" ,
E
Sport Shop. SUMMER[ DRESSESshecrs I Ie -
Powell and Fonte also Second Game--Kantor'5.. Men'sShop R.Hi. E. Caldes Channel ,
played a great game for the vic- Chicago\ __,_ 5 4' 01 (north ends _+2h )0mf 1.4 ft.
tors.. For the Vets, Means,, and TUESDAYFirst vs. Naval- HospitaL, Pittsburgh ..,! s:.._-_;..-1 ,8 41 Oo' E 'Washable Wearable
Garcia were the best. Meyer and Walker._ Chesnes NOTE _
Score: R. H. E. VFW.Game-Adams Dairy vs. and,Fitzgerald=i. l<< :" =. (-)-.Minus sign: Correctionsto : 4t. Cottons t!
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VFW 000 300- 3 6 be 'subtractedPlus ." ,
._ It'll Second: Game-VX-1 vs. Elks 5- S Cotton Dresses
SubRon 4 200 315- 2 Night Game I
) Corrections t tb to
Club.. (+.- sign:
Valdez, Martinez, M. Tyhes and '" .':' R., II. E, added. .' knitlcd Silks ,
Hopkins;,Bremmer and Powell.Twobase JULY 8First' New York ---I::?: _. .. 612 1 1 (h-Hour) I IMinute' P4' g
hit: Powell; stolen Game Shop.-VFW_ vs. Bob'sSport Brooklyn :v.J....,_:iJ_.... '.4' 10 (m)- !(egnarPrices: : 12.95 to $17.95 t. : 0. imOADCLOTH cis t
bases: Baker, Smith; sacrificehit Hafisen, .Jones "*-and Cooper) ft)leet. .
Second Game Kantor's Men's
: Bremmer;; struck out: 'by Roc. Ramadellv: Barney, 21 : (. :-. : "
Shop vs. VX-I, .I'ERc.\LES #
Bremmcr bv Valdez 4; baseson and lIa., NOW $1095 it
; July 9First- Ca.mpa Newly hatched larvae arc so Each siES I
balls, off Valdez 4, off Martinez '
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Game-SubRon 4 vs. tiny they: can pass through an SellinCJ for : DOTTED SWISS 4
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3. off Tynes 3, off Bremmer Adams Dairy. Triplets occur once. ,in about opening only four thousandths a:
2 hits off Valdez 5 for 5 runs in 8,800 births. I .
; : Second Game-Elks Club vs. of an inch wide. I: VOILE
4 off Martinez 0 hits and !.
inngs
1 run; off Tynes 5 hits and 5 runs JULY Naval 12-Hospital.. :.POQ'S ILLNESS BLOW TO BLIND-GtRL I Satin and Crepe SLIPS I...
in 2 innings; time of game: 1.14; First Game-Kantor's Men's -
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umpire: Villarcal and Griffen; Shop us. Elks Club. REGULAR PRICES: $3.'* to u.. ;

scorer: Aguilar Second Came VFW.. vs. -Sub- I FROM $298 fty

Ron 4. .1. $1?8,
Senior Baseball 'I JULY 13- REDUCED TO! EACH. r

First Game-Naval Hospitalvs.


League Will Get Second.. Bob's V-l Game Sport Flyers.-Adams Shop. Dairy'vs. A 1ssr PREPARE the CHILDRENfor I [ t "1\ CHILDREN'S


Going July 25th t JULY First 15-Game-Naval Hospital SCHOOL ; 1"if L t. Dresses

vs. Kantor's Men's Shop.. 1cq 3 Ii \,,
Island City Senior Baseball Second Game:'" Bob's Sport From Our Stock ofNATIONALLYADVERTISED
League will get going Sunday Shop vs.., SubRon 4, a R ) iiI
July':5. with four clubs. They JULY 16--. CLOTHES ( ? _
are the Navy All Stars, U. S. Marines First Game-VX-1 Flyers vs. : II: S _\ 1",) $195

Pirates and Clowns.A Elks Club. ..e New CINDERELLA Back-to- I : C !!
meeting will be held'shortly Second Game: .-VFW. vs. Adams ..'i 1fF'\1
:
and a schedule will be drawn and Dairy. : \\j ( For Youngsters of 6 Month' t
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announced the Officials School Girls' DRESSES -' : .
to public. \
.Op to Teen A gen of 16
: "will'also be selected. JUNIOR SOFTBALL t :

The Navy will round up all the B.riew Puke Alter oon # I
best players in the service stationed ..4MwaIDt TOM'I SAWYER PANTS Clearance On
in the Key Wpst area to Daily play. a t
form its All-Star club. )White Summer Stock
and SHIRTS for
The Marines will a wellrounded TENNIS I BoysSTAN'POGS I
outfit. Robalin, second baseman LADWSHOES
Barrltw Park. Afternoon -
with the Leathernecks, h. I
splayed '
:
*M Night :
SUITS '
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with Johnny Mize. Bill .Boys'
Daily play .
Dickey. Joe DiMaggiu and other .
big league stars. Evanich. the --- d 1r
Marine catcher. hat performed in SKATING
Class A'rt'les. Sgt., Johnson" BartMw Park.' Night LARGE STOCK of SHOES c MEDIUM andHIGHHEELED
t
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who manages the club, is.one of FRIDAY SHOESRHYTHM
the best pilots in the city. '7:00 to_9:00 P.M., I MENWOMENCHILDRENnimiN
.
for
t tvHASFJIAIJ.
| H
Roberts and Riggs two eood : I II
pitchers have lots of speed.: Other I
Marine player-i include Chalmers Municipal Stadium. Alt taooa I .uusu and. >FREE3IAf" SHOES STEP SPECIALWERE

Law, Kronlagc, Biona and Nole. SUNDAY- J" for ,MEN
Fans will see them in action end First Game Pirates vs. U. S .
.judge for themselves whether .Mar irret t f dt I DRESS DANDALS in'. All Colors.
:they-are as good as they are ad- Army Samar).' xflaraeoaS i t u_ for WOMEN $1295 .NOWAPPELROUTH'S$1Q95
vertised. ',Oj\Y_ t CAP Photoi .- .
Pirates will have such players First Game-Atomic Bombers'. LOUISE PICKEHS. bUnd iBAIX 7'OSCIIOOL SHOES for Children I '
1 IS .Saliner0, Baker Jim Albury. vs. SubRon 4, store in atjomerr.pretty. girl who'operates caady .Peters- "We.U .rbir Ala
Dom- won't gel her I og-j>Unnd summer ,
Acevedo, NaVarro brothers Second Game-scorPions vs. ,
TKatioa after ;: Her '. I
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beloved '
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Clowns need no introduction to man boxer:; hal diTeleped a serious heart ailment and a vet- f

caseball fans here. 'They have Home sewers bought 50 million erinarian'eais he might not live long. Mice Pickens Is patting CHAS. ARONOVITZ DEPtfJriNT

won eight of :.their l last games dollars worth "of '- patterns. hu ailing 'computUa la.her *toM. Sb had plaaaed for IUmteIead J 511 DUVAL STREET PHONE .174

played tied two and lost two. :lin 1948.. '. heron a' Gulf! Cout vac&lioa.. her first In'ramy year .' '. [Key We.t tarnOt Store .

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