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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 6, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LXIX. No. 160. KEY WEST .FLORIDA. TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS _
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I JUDGE BEFRIENDS SON OF SLAYER r F .JAPANESE :FACTORY SPLINTERED;: BY EARTHQUAKE!

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Of James Mcliilosh Here 1r'1_g..'o ; EI) BY RAIN; MISS.WELLONS


[ Salurday Might 'I I s 3z Citizen. Adv. WINS BEAU

-j jrx ,TY CONTEST .
More than 50. spectators : Results In: Over'
jammed a room on the second r 3a Key West observed the Fourth
floor of county courthouse this K: t.Mro. 100 lnquirii; s" J Jj of July yesterday; by a parade
morning when an inquest began v and various contests held in
into the death of James McIntosh -: BayviewPark, -where the
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29, colored. who was shotto j Returns .from disbanded after marching

death Saturday night in- Pe-', '. ments' in,' The:Citizen,gerier- from..Caroline: and. Duval streets.
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tronia street. j itr 1 ally are-good, sometimes th.eri Sterling just before 8 a.m., a
The inquest was held before a"l are excepUonilly. 'sood.:".-/ -/ ","- raktfaLtrarly' filmed i the tart-
jury of six and Peace Justice Ira! Jr-i- ''One ef .the, latter ':was a i"a of'.the' paraae. Grand Marshal
M. Albury. Held 'connection I aWu\ reai George'Allen Warn: finally gotIheoaradeJo'nJtrfins
with the staying of McIntosh isJ I x 'F: classified advi < es- shortly be-

4 Steve. Matthews, negro..of: > 909 i x r ., < tate.'_from... which more tin, ., Idre 10 .ayrn:.. \ '
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y : ryq; Paulin lane who is.said to have } 1 100 mqiiiries'were.reciived, '",; 'lieiettyas JK platoon of U. S.

ty admitted the shooting: 'The inquirlis'weie' .ecei.c: ; Marjns' iMt\to detachments ofNtfyy
Matthews said, the pair cot, into j J cd not only'froth residents'of.KeyWest i :. blue l jackets:'Key West Na-
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an,* argument over a 50centwager t&nat oU jcf' Unit; ,'the hUghSchool"Bandi'cotoi
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and that he drew'a I' -C" -- =- n ; of the Amer-
... volver and shot McIntosh four r tAl"' WlrephoUTHIS. sons in'i, various'.puts.. f.the leah 'Le:ipa- auxiliary and the

(AP ..WlrePHoto- times, once through the neck that,:',: .'.roi.iB'L ; 9F.;'WRECKAGE .was .an Indus:zial, plant in Fukui. ,,Japan,, before the:earthquake United States.. ,. VetwtJiw of Foreign. 'Wan and ,its
1 proved fatal. McIntosh was: destroyed it June. 23. Most of the city was devastated by the,earthouaka and fira that fol jruxitrary: -- -. .
SEVEN-YEAR-OLD BOBBIE BERGER of, Dearer. C lo.. has' taken to Municipal Hospital,I lowed.' "The"piCtu.. wai, maic;',by ,Charles Gorry Associated Press. staff photographer. : I.I' I The guard of honor of the

found a friend in District Judge James M. Npland. who 'must where he died at 7:24 'p.rn.. less i I II '. ,. __..t ... "A'cierican Lesion and'other
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impose the death sentence on the boy's father. John J. Berger;, than an hour after the,shooting. 1 r Mrs. M.\ J. 'uints; including the Island City
Jr 30. The father was convicted of killing Bobbie's mother. Matthew? fled from the scene I -SIIK[ : WANTS A NAME Curry. cowboys; the locomotive of the
of the shooting, but was arrested Gets l News Of 1 1I Key .W sl' 40'' and 8 and a float
Touched the youngster's: testimony in court. Judge Nol nd
by in his home later by City olicc- il'rl1 ? f. Dies In W stP a fni. fpr the Yputh for :Christ club
invited him to spend two weeks fishing and camping on his Joseph I adcfed, .
men Gabriel Lastres and 0: ,''T' .' ;coloc.to: the parade.Miss'
ranch in southwestern Colorado. Right'now. the] jurist' and ': '
> Ann Wellons the
CerCzo. Later the man was I won
Bobbie are getting acquainted in Denver. turned over to Chief Deputy I I :Eisenhower's' Decision f ft V News of the .deaih. jfMrs.. :prizeas: Queen of the July 4th'celebration.
. .. .} Mary J. -Curry widow: of Willi.
-- -T- Sheriff Moreno Wallace and he V ,:. She will. .be given a
in jaiL. I ".; i 1 ( 4 1, ani B. Curry. at'West: : Palm' free.: trip 'tq ',Cwb .
was lodged county, June. 23 4ias been, :re- '
Beach on .
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Will I I : t.To Be CandidatePRESIDENTS' m
City County : ceived" here:' She' lssurV.iyedr.bythree
Fire sons .and tvvd, daughters: :' Rehabilitatorr
Destroys ONLY KE Samuel W, 'Miami: vRayand: '
? William n.. West Palm Beach .

Meet Tonight ToGo : IIomQ Saturday; :I'LY: 1.IS ftfW 'ISANlIIONOlit111G !rilll..IfIT :I. Mrs. Vero ,C ldV'3tijwn i and., : :;HcrcTpmoiTQWf
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1 I Mrs. Everett. '!:'VJ. Russell\ of:lbi;; *
tdN Jessie Gibson city. \ y: $d &I*.tMiUer. counsellor of vo-

3 Other Blazes.. .,.. ;J I II Also' surviving'.are rive stepdaughters -: caUonal 1 ; rehabilitation, is scheduled -
Into Tax Rolls -- Society i ,Editor eleven. \ grandchlldMy : tobe'n:, ; Key:West tomorftow'Thursday -
1 Fire almost.totally destroyedthe ; t I JS: NO- ,$ f.NQ'?' :. :. j and nine great. 'grandhlldrea. : and,will bepat
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home of Florencia Reyes 400 1 I I -Otjr I *iijJff!' ; :: services ti ;
CITY COMMISSION WILL Catherine street, at about 10' P'1 I I wA, >>' ... ; Miss-Jessle Gibson., aJb.. I Neat: Palm' 'BeachC_ ,-,Clinic" Jrom-2-5..... jUnWednesday.Bfdiesl ,. .

PLANNING m. Saturday night,.Fire\Chief Leroy -1 I.sident Tnutrap;;; Wrryt thIs 4uorti tar of Mr. a %Mrs. H. Av Gib-

:ACT A S IW YDQ1\lccts\ < > TV>Torres rt"".-_ 2.esUmareduuie;- L ..'. .loss,.: .. one- .,="-wass'\ptd'aiiaht;. _.p.-ti. -.Fpt,, ,*ioni;::lifll; Pirt tre. .t. began 1 lickad LS ul jeeI t ,,- ."
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IZING"R .LiiWl ip a : the fire started The JReyes.,had J ment'thathe: T vii. ; C'svsu'iableI .editor' of The Citizen. I a '
l I Kiss Gibson last May. received Of
as .a ;candidate! for/bres d'ent Marshall
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gone to the Cuban Club. Flames ; -a- y t
Dfcth that. Citv ta d"the Monroe th&tu-/ l \
County;totnmiSdioOs QS are tire' building a ,onestoryaffair not participate', ',,in(:.p'artlsan 'poli- John B. Stetson University at

led 'to meet tonight The City A newly-organized group to- By'shortly the after time It City was firemen discovered'got I tiCS), :' .. ,t a. ', .. j I I[ De4nd. Fla She, also tooka I 1! To=Russian Ambassador
co mon wilt meet, at 8. jji:. After.Trwnae'bad' ..read 'the course in commercial art. .
q- *,,niglrt;VHI request the'City' Comrr.ission there the flames were tending ;,, :' ,. .
the County"comrr.!ssion at 736 Miss Gibson was' president .. c ..
'to provide: more recreational toward two adjoining houses tclcgtanC- uoting.Efsenhower > ''
p. m. workers": for the youth"of and firemen were forced :to pay II'I on' .ttis'tdetermination Vp ":J fo'Jbe: j jI t I i for' two' years of, Pi Kappa I I : ,F REIN OFFICES IXAND

The City Commission will sit the city. all their attention to saving J 1 I a tsmdhdaie-,1- his''tnb".x.ctimmcnt'wais ', Delta.national dabate fraternity II MissMctiain'sJohn : rcli# iJ.R'T.\i'
as a Planning Board at the same The group is"known as the J cy them. ," General feis nhower.! :is 'an, ; a mmeber of Travel 1 4wY .. : I. r' :
West Youth Development Organ- Twice city foremen were called { I i I honorable; iiran" '.*.- : '"" j!i Squad: social chairman of II I I ;:Jr tEILL'- IMiLAR11QTF
meeting tonightAt iratipn and will attend the com. the Midget Bar Greene and Butirt several: parts"'.ot. the Kappa Pi. national *tt fra> iI 'Fut if.nt : -
the public hearing the City mission:; meeting' tonight i 1'a Simonton streets over theweek I I country" io ay-.T a mocraUc'SCaG-::. : !1 r r ternity and vice president of I'I'r : ley .TQ RUSSIA
commissioners: are to consider body to successfully have the end to combat brush fires in the ere;sire ,tint 'taklgP:Fi9crthower's; The Honor comprising women I r \\i' y.- : ; '
application of Mulbcrg Mo- city fathers comply .with,. the" re rear of the saloon. The first was ."No-: to:'tri5tt tiib" ::They: :are ., students who were out- T. McClauv" df'W st Pah4t}. rsi'si1a.etited rresi,
tors, Inc., Caroline street to quest. at 8:45 p.m. Saturday and the stilt 'JJilklngijabjHit! -/utttnlr{ 'his J I't standing in scholarship and .4; Beach-,: father ri''MijiS'...pretnaMcClaia ;ASIINTQN{ JWy 6VSecretary -
The organization wants 'an increase other time was at 12:30: a jn..Sun name bedrgrthedglegates'atthe;' leadership on campus. 1 ,of 330 EHzkoetb\sireet, olhuite George Marshall
build{ a parking lot across Telegraph -. in the recreational personnel day.Another ;J DcnrpcratipJCOiH'Cntisn: scheduled IIr1'At'Ir 'F '' ""' !I I died last Tiday. '? 1 I today;:personalty handed Russian
lane from its place of business ( vacation brush fire called in ambassador note demanding >
here hemmmer
during 4.0 meet Philadelphia next l ,, .. 'Qb] Funeral services were.:held at
for the benefit of local firemen at 5:45 yesterday in the Monday.- that the Coviets" raise
stret. : School Board ToMecfThursday CAP vrireetiotwjTHE West Palm Beech at 10 a. m:: to I their 'blockade -of trains and
block Catherine I
As the Equalizing Board thej youngsters. 1200 How vcl\' must Democratie I I
commissioners may finally approve j. leaders -took 'Eisenhower at his 1 I I HEAD MEN of a Hollywood day.Miss { trucks with supplies consignedto
I I McClain Is in West Palm
the 194S-49 assessment :j Sir Madden\ OffTo Dutch Touch woo word.-had Georgia's.pledged themselves 23, delegates to :, \ .t movie' studio ihink' her Beach :'for the funeral. 'She went Simultaneously western Berlin., the British

There has only been one objec-l name. Gene Roberts. doesn'tIfjtM there while her father was ,ill.ice foreign office and 'the French
vote for Eisenhower, issue, da; : .
boardwill .
school "
Monroe County's '
tion to the tssc&mcnt rolL That t) statement in .which they' id :, { personality of this young J" office and the. French foreign of-
Russians
Washington! ( For I I meet on Thursday if a quorum ,
come from the owners of the: they regretted he tvould not accept I is present actress -.and so she must CELOTEX foreignoffice handed a similar
Casa Marine Hotel. The l"Ommist't' S>Ir Charley Madden who the. nomination were it offered Chairman Carlyle robots is change her name. That's common note to the Russian ambassadors
commandUie British ',vessel., MOSCOW.rAPThe region him and then pledged to WALL PLANK -.in those countries.It .
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sioncrs act tonight on the: ill. in Municipal
may around the shores of the Black practice in Filmdom.which explained that the note
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the! lUMA naUlcaxevhidt is'iptsfiiiins i cast solid for a- will be unable to attend. Two
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objection. : with the Key.West Naval and Azov seas-from one pointof f son yet to be named. .t I I three of the other members i made Spangler ,Arling -at--i- will not br'released lo the public
A number of minor resolu- : view-is getting to look likea of until such time as the Kremlin ->
Base flew to Washington: 1 I I I Leaders 'in Illinois., who also' believed out of the c untv. ton Brough into Robert Taylor STRUNK LUMBER YARD
tions be arc '
expected to consid1ered t Holland for the
are. landscape sec- has had sufficient opportu-
4o cenffr with British ,had leaned toward Eisenhower, i
yesterday of the school 818
; Consideration TELEPHONE
when the commisSioner' (officials: in the capital. Sir Madden tion is -prouting windmills. announced that their 60 dele ': fiscal and ; rcchristened Lucille LeSueur nity to study the note and issue
meet as a commission. t "Gudok" reports scores of budget for the next year Joan Crawford. ..Ifrou" a 'reply. It-was said that probably
expects i to. return here ton :gates-would vote for Truman. as "
I 1 1colJE.'Ctive i i will, mark the meeting Thursdayif
Tonight, the County Commis- windmills are being erected on sendit several days will elapse before -
sion will divide its meeting Thursday. a' quorum is present, according e got .a suggestion.
regular j farms throughout the the note is made public.
the Battle-
into a meting as a commission axe During commanded the absence by Lt. Commander shore areas of both seas. Strong I;Fines Two. MenWiiliotit \ 1 to Willard M. Albury instnlcj j to "Miu X*. Criss;: Cross -SALE-- I Berlin reported that because

and as an equalization i C. E. Lord RN. normally steady winds blow along the t superintendent of public Country. Universal City. Calif. of unfavorable weather. ; the
board to consider the assess- { shores most of the tion. number of planes bringing in
ment roll of 1948. :( set executive officer- of the ves year. Licenses_ i i .... .-"-'.-...-......-........' I 1942 Chevrolet I supplies 'was reduced yesterday.

The commission will also: act, FOKDOIt SEDANFord I Ho yever. today the planes are
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on the budget for 1948-1949. The I Palace Theater Three then were: brought before -i I RADY'SI POOR OLD running in,full force-
commissioners gave some little t CENTRAL PHARMACYComp Judge Thomas S. Caro and I I SERVICE STATION 1941 Coupe ,One thing certain, it was aid
time to the consideration of the Warner Baxter Micheline Cheirtl{ arraigned on charges of operating t-I I Francis at Division Phone 3134T here conditions caused by the
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budget at a special meeting last Dell.filled-. r. and "The' Crime Dr:* Gamble" motor' vehicles' without li I CHOICE POULTRY I ..r PTRFJ: Oil. Dealer Price Very "e ,o able : blockade are headed for'a cli-

Saturday. Nothing was done I Compare our prire on PN--rtpUo* News and-Shorts censor Criminal Court today.: I: Phone MO f TO, Greas Spray 01 MONROE:MOTORS Jn i max.
UU Street \ LET
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about final adoption of the budget CALL TELEPHONE 751 TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHT Fines of $5 and costs were given I DO Chang Your.Oil Today Berlin reported that the
which may come tonight. l'e-.r ""lte .... D'...... Charles S. Yardis and Hugh U. 1119 White Street Soviets hadl held up several
Hogan,. while..the court,dismissedthe I, I "Your Friendly FOfd, Dip-ale?' I trueks and confiscated the supplies
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_Doors WindowsLl 41 Fowl ConVt. 41 Plymouth 1 I I had a license feated bv .a Dade .
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It Tail and Exhaust Pipes K P%
Cent' t.41 Hudson Conv'i. [countyjudge1 for an Illinois license -J ALL AIRLINESPRICE
Lou Smith Auto Ser k j.>- j I he had slid.I I" for AU Cars < .Eyes, .tenseshummed

Whit. at Fleming PhwrtJ'NO; STRUNK iii: IBER YARD I.'. NAVARRO Incorporate()' 1 I' Otis J. Beauford a tailor was;I Roy's Key West Auto Parts tOURSSOMETHING J 'Vk DuplicatedPrescriptions.

Opposite Army Barracks .- I YEICPION7: Opposite Bus Station. .fined $15 and costs for reckless 121 Duval St. Phone 442Caresi _.4"$ ......... ..._, Ciafsur'r '

.uanammlau rmInumna4fl(ranrrlaiwwsla 1"a I driving- on, Overseat Highway. I ___.___ F111.dIjo
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J. LANCELOT LESTER;' Jr M. p J ri NOTICE NOTICE -NOTiCE! Who !I FOR KEY WESTERS. y J joliliKeier

.(Formerly, Resident Surgeon:; Jackson Memorial, .Hospital. Regular meeting! tonight el :

Miami, Florida) Lodge ."CubaNo.. 15. at fcOQo'clock. Minoca! Council No.. 1 13 I f For the Necessities of LifeLong U-SAN-0 I AritwUtt&s ills Opening of Office

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Announces lite Opening of Hit Office of PocahontasSpecial As As They Can INSURED MOTH PROOF .
The Grand Patriarch of the De9-) 1 I I Have :-the Luxuries? at 111 -1; Division Street
For the Practice of,General Surgery State of Florida is visiting! here CLEANING SYSTEM
and all members of the Order Meeting I I SUCH AS STEAKS '11iW.EAVER'S Each, Garment Insured: Against {Next fo f C rdAi"'i Pharmacy)
-422 Fleming StreetTelephone of Odd Fellows and Equity "
Moth Damage by
47 Lodge No. 70 are urged to be. Tuesday; July, .6 at i P. M. AETNA'INSURANCE' CO. Wedfaidaj Mprnlnft July 7th .
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IIqe i\ry! mrat otiti1U! IiIIliWDl1ll.II..H. 'l Wl1IIA
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t-_ Pabllihed Dally: Ez"pt Snfcdar.: br: Radio Programs I I Ia : 'j.1 West In
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I. P. ARTXAN. 0-.. ..4 *bU.beT We wondered when we read a storyin DANCE ON THE DESERT -. .
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-. From The Citizen building The Citizen about a Francis P. Fleming I
and Ana Street Gone
p Corner Green Days
-- Only Dally N Monroe w.pap County r Jn Key We.t and who was governor of Florida from 1889 to Daytime Summary By Florence Theel r.1 : By)

: 1893 if he was the Fleming who figured I Stttcted programs u lilted b tow tf NeWeotwet 1 i t AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF
Entered at Key West. Florida a* second UM matur are breadcast at the same time Me*- THE
in KeyVest's early history and after day threugN Friday. Eastern: local I Itme. I CITIZEN OF
.= MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I For ceatral; mutrtract Oils hour ,t 1 of character It seemed other he said, finally. "1-1 ; JULY 6. 1933 ||
a T6. Associated! Preu I* exclnalTely entitled to whom Fleming and Francis streets are for meuntiin subtract twe heurs.JUIY .- Chapter j enough. "
ape for reproduction of all new dispatches credited I McLANE'S boarders to put them over.She stood there thought perhaps you understood. ,'IWiliWWUIWWIIUWI 1UIII
.. to It or not otherwise credited In this paper, and t! \ITtS. were waiting his approval. but he told He felt the shock go through i Rainfall
named.But I
5 THROUGH JULY 9 ,.kl lingering over Sunday dinner in Key West for the
local here. himself
tlso the news published her candidly, "These aren't your her, despised lor wounding -
a little research showed that he (; I I quite agog over the boys' orchestral type. Eileen. You'd better stay her. ,first six months of this year was

_:. One Tear SCBSCniPTIOV! RATES ..1.... was not the.manjT/h'a: .1 J J ijrie: plng really ':Honeymoon Morning In X. T.-n6e t I! the night debut before at the and Rotary their future Club with the waltzes and ballads." "1 feel like such a fool," she : (6.33 inches below normal, the local
*U Months 1.0'", named Break(aft Uubbe0:10Barnyard Eileen flushed. "I borrowed said in a small strained voice. Weather Bureau reported in
Three Month J.'l5 was ; Fl4fnjn,1 \ ,, bu !n,4j'e.M! was Fnlliea-cb. I engagements. hem this morning from Thelma. "I erstand-ot course." She t'it.s June monthly statement!
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.. Une Month. 1.011, dropped: ; from hl&-fnmn.e..wlt.ell''it. was Ucark Valley, Folks=mbs I Plump Mrs. Van Buren, who because several people>> requested turned from,him and started toward sued today. ,
applied [ Highest
.. Weekly .n 10:00-Fred Waring Snow-obft beaded the table said graciously, them last night.'' ". :. the'door. I temperature
-- i tothsft; ; : s1tr*,:- > Music For You-cbs: wouldn't in the recorded in June was 91 degrees.
;. ADVERTISING! RATES Mr Story Drama-abe "It surprise me Eileen said, unhappily: ;:: MX He couldn'Uet her go like.that
Vade Known on Application ''Brtfwsing though I West's early 10-30-Hour bf SeriaBnbov) I l least if you all became: as famousas songS aren't right for a bandj' l so hurt.so.disillusioned. -
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Say It With 'Iualc-ntfls Tommy Dprsey someday.' know. But I just,can't 'da !any., "Eileen-dearest!" He caught WPA payrolls In Key West wilj,
SPECIAL NOTICE .we ;feel that, |he .Jnenr who founded fehow I,other kind, I '. her shoulder. "It's changed I be increased
All reading notice cards of thank; resolatlon histpry l: 110-Arthur Godfrey -cb "It might surprise Tommy, guess. everything as a result of several -
be { wlio Breakfast In Ho1J''ood-abc though.: Bert laughed and excusing "Why, ,they liked your 'songs for trie, too-just khowir.* '
etc will < this t-ityj or ,camzJi-e. shortly after I Army and Navy projects
:la: .rr :tb -r.t.D of 1r:8"eern."II .. 11:80-Ben Alexander Shmu himself, left his brothersto last nighl. They kept calling lot you live in the same world. work on which will shortly ,
Notice for entertainment by churches from which it wgs'organized/were'' of 'sturdy stock 11:45-Serials 2% hrs_-cbsAftemees gather the rest of the bouquets.He encores didnl they?" And then, ".Bert-oh" darling! Joyously begin
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put on a heavy sweater and forgetting arms.
The Cltlien I. an open forum and Invite dlscuslrn and culture Southern: gentlemen' in the ) here today from Jacksonville.The .
of public Issues and subject of local or 12.-00-Welcome Traveii's-abo went back to the rumpus. room in with a rush bf feeling. "Don't try 1 may limp all my life, darling.
r- general Interest but It will not publish .anonymous true sense of that term 'as, ,used a centuryor 12:30-Words and Muilcnbe .the garage. to change the lovely thing you We may never be able to dance
communication more 1:00-tousle Half Hour-.nbc In spite of their success, he felt are, Eileen. together, play tennis-do any of CCC camp at West Sum-
ago.William Z.-OO-Double or Nothing-nbe dispirited, as gloomy as the damp. ""OhDErtHer! face lit as theShe merland Key is to be establishedfor
WhStehead, onetime mayorof Queen for a Day-mbs sunless November day. He cleared houg the sun had suddenlycome stopped him with a kiss. the purpose of beautifying the
2:30-Serial* fot J'4 bra.-r.be the table topA.f magazines and, into the room.. "1 thought "What do any of them matter- Overseas
Key West and after whom Whiteheadstreet Bride and Groom-abe if Highway in a slate
playing a listless of solitaire you'd ch.mged-were never goingto we are together?
is named Martin Block Records-mb. he thought of Paul game arid Eileen.A say things like that again." He held her close. "I love you park project, will be opened on
was of
a man learn
IOG-Ladlea Seated
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@ soft knock interrupted hisgame. His hands crashed into a minor -lore IIGUHurtied July 15 Lieutenant K. B. Presley
J:30- Mouse bs
The *
Party
ing. His account of settlement of Key Paul Whitcman necordabe He called "Come In!" and chord. He said looking down and footsteps on the con- informed The Citizen tody.;

West and its growth to the.time he left :00-Hint Hunt Qulz-cb looked up to see Eileen in ,a forcing a matter-of-fact tone, crete walk separated them quiclry. -
up To Be Announced-abe bright plaid raincoat, standing in, "I'm only saying-what I mean Someone hammered on the The slight tropical disturbancein
here show he had that "spark" as 4:30-Winner Take All-cb* the doorway with some music in Eileen, is-these aren't your styleof door. Bert opened it to a well- ( the Atlantic was reported this
Treasury Band Show-abe "
songs, at all! dressed stranger who said importantly -
,applied by literary critics-.to SXO Bandstand cbsKiddle her hand. morning by the Weather Bureatf
today's. top- Treasury "I see." Her voice wcs small "I'm Jack Traynor. Had ,
floor weft repeals I or.later "Why hello! he said in pleased 1 I to be 400 miles of Jacksoi-
.. east
notch writers. and miserable. He whirled off the a helluva time finding ,
FOR KEY WEST )-abe and mba5:45Lijnt in you
"Come of thecold.
and AbnercbseAstNETWORK surprise." out- piano stool abruptly and strode- ie flopped into an armchair vIle and moving in a northwest
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN James Bos well said that !Jr. Samuel without his cane-over to the cigarette and smiled fena.-I I wardly direction. No further report -
Eileen smiled lincertainlv... -I] window. smoke. "I wasn't too
Johnson could write interestingly on any about this storm will be issued
; I brought over some new songs. ]I night to recognize a
:: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. subject. ...BoWell! .remarked .he, ..felt confident PROGRAMS thought" maybe we could. try them EILEEN stood beside him. 'What player when I hear one." unless, the it increases Weather in Bureau intensity.said,'
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. that Johnson could! have written Eastern Local Time: For central. over. happened, Bert. What. "You were at the Rotarian I I
an .b\raet s.c hour, for m."nta. Belt looked at their'titles. His dance. at I
3. Airports-Land and Sea. Subtract two heur...4.m. local ata. have I done? then : the Wilshire
of and entertaining History of the Broomstick. tiena change heuc'ef relay te fit eyebrows! lifted.' "Torch Songs? nIt isn't you," he blutted. turn-J Park?" I I! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curry,
: 4. Consolidation County But to 1 back tov' the local scheeXifeM Last. imnute trw. For. you?" ing from the hurt look in :'her ; Traynor laughed tolerantly. J who had been visiting the for-:
get Whiteheads
City Governments. gram changes cannot be included. "I to what "Not brother. I
give people ,
ought eyes. "It's me. I'm not good for I me was lifting j mer's parents Mr. and Mrs."*
:. 5. Community Auditorium. ;. the Flemings, the Sh oftoi\%, the Walls .-4,. tty! !! ,like-songs they expect to you. Eileen-for any girL We've! them' at the hotel bar, and,when | Beacham Curry, left this, morning -
and 'I) t1'UISDAY, JULY '6 hear; shouldn't I?" She looked so got to face it, act sensibly.: rm a I finally navigated to your I
all the
.- other wideawake, men who terribly concerned, Bert had to disabled veteran." shindig, everybody had gone I for their home in MitthiI j J J
helped io set Key*Westoilra'solid! ? founda- Evening' ..nile. She put her hand upon his arm. home." lIe handed Bert his card.
IOOe. Report. 15 attnnbcNewscast cbs Well, take off your coat and Tve loved you from the day your "I've got a forty-two piece orchestra I Willard Russell, of the Uuited
:: MONOGRAPH tion. .: .A Network Silent Every Hour Day--abceast sit down. I'll go get Eddy to play mother showed me your picture. ," he said pridefully, "un ,States Immigration Service in
Business! was a passion with those Riddles Hour CrelfaU-ahe-wut. for. you." Bert. When you came home and der contract with Monarch Stu- I Miami Mrs. Russell and their,
Network Silent ((1 hr )-mbs-east He went down the street said, that dios. How'd like to play for
: Father Johnson just night, you liked me, too you. I I daughter Betty Jean arrived
Rev. Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-weit
= men, and the bigger it was the better they e:15-Sports: M title Time-nbc with Paul to-the picture show. I -Well. it made everything different me? Union wages -keep you busy i yesterday to spend a few days in
,Key West, Florida liked it. When wrecking and You and Politics-cbs wanted you to play them. Bert" Everything! I'm not lonely most of the time.: "
relatives
sponging IOIusl.: TlmebsaatLum she said forthrightly, "and giveme any more, or restless and dis- Bert studied the card, Impressed Key West visiting and
-:. Rev. Father: proved to lucrative undertakings more and Abner repeat-cba-west' your opinion. Will. : you?" .contented.Why, my music teacher "Any night work con- friends. -
':4S-Newscast by Three-nbc "Why. sure-:-if you're content says even my singing is different nected with it?"
This community generally deeply and better boats were built till Key West Lowell Tbomaa. repeat 11)-cba with one-hand playing." He -better." Her voice, her nearness "Sure, plenty!" Traynor winkedat Joe Cabrera, who B making his
regrets departure for another became 7OO-Supper Club-nbc-baslc folded Eileen's coat and laid it on made throb in his throat Eileen. "Right he looks
;, your the home port of scores of vesselsof The Lewis Show-cbs a pulse away home in Miami arrived yester-
:. 1 News and Commentary-aba his own broad comfortable day- But he wouldn't let his emotions for overtime." I
of few
vocation. for days.
-,' ,. field of service in your chosen many types, including clipper,ships. Kulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs bed. Already his mood had rule his common sense again. He Bert smiled, Tve just organ- day a stay a
.. It is with a heavy heart we say Good Life then was! altogether different in 7:15-News and Comment-nb brightened. He lit the bridge moved his arm free of her hand. ized my own little band. rm going '
j Daily Commentary: lamp beside the piano and, with He shut his eyes his fists. to build it up-not break it Today The Citizen says in an,
News Dinner Date mbs
bye. Key West than what it ,is today. Then, 7:20-Toe: Rolllnl Trio--nbc his right hand. accompanied her strangling the longing to take her up!" Thanks for the offer, just editorial paragraph: "It is not
-"" while residents close Jerry Wayne Show-obs in two obviously unsuitable nuttibers. in hU.arms. the same." so simple to lead the simple,
TilE ORACLE kept a eye on business The Oieen Hornet-a bo .,. -, She_simply couldn't step out "We're not right for each ,IT* be continued). life." '
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they were concerned more in whole- News Comment-lobs( ?_X** .ti ... ,
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7:45-Harkness Comment-** ,S J ,t.; -- ----
,- some recreation than what wfe are today. News BroadcastcbsV" 1 B U R R iii u a 8_
Sports Commentmba0:00Dinah TODAY'S outstanding medical editor of his; in Franklin County Pa. Diedon
3,000,000 NEW AMERICANS Shore Show-nbc "*< "1,' generation born in Philadelphia. June 5, 1899.1846Joseph STRONG ARM BRAND CoFl'EEiTRIUMPH : ;
Mystery Thea tee Play-cbs
World Youth Asks! Oo>ernment-a boMysterious ANNIVERSARIES, Died April 13, 1879. B. Foraker, the ;
;progresswould move faster if
Contrary to the pessimistic predictions people would talk less and work harder. 8:15-Weekly: News Traveler TIme.7tIGahri4eatLec,4oum.uL.nst'-mbs .; ;ill".," e ) 'f/jj)501/ J) -Davis .-Farragut, fam- famed Ohio U.s. senator and ;COFFEE { J\,
8:30-Carmen Cavallero* } 1 !'.. f #J / : j t ieq/.Union/ Admiral of the Civil I governor, Republican leader his 1IILL
q. ,of population experts some years a go, '- Mr. and'Mr-. Non-1-1 '. J '.,,1 i\$ Ii'1, /I 'J '''.11.1 : ..among the- great in Ameri.I day. born in Highland County I /.
.Amerfc& t'l"own t ll lC lIa -IJ nc ,; at 'l
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the birth rate in the United States contin-! It is rather:marvelous: ;;'the way the Deteetl. ra t I history, born near Knoxville,' Ohio. Died May. 10, 1917.
1CJlb.: t 11 ::) .+JliJill' i !lj.Al ) I n. DIed Aug. 14-, '1870. .1 I AlijCroe.ra( .
to )be much than tplljfW: 1' .
flog higher exfpected. ,average man crth, scent ,a : money ':CO-Th1 11OD ; Subscribe The CItizen. .
- = During the first four rhonths of lor a. worthy ,cause and1arranie to be < 1 ---. -- ----

.:; present year there were 23.7 live births broke or absent.! x ,?t .t:3O1h:'5i.. r_Sbc)..: ( .._..f _' ,...;i.:4-Ul'":.:..\ \'l9.nl:; .-..;exnderyioni..... .. .. ..." : :.xfa.., ;!".,.Penn.--..,. J'.,;known ed and history's- legendary most cirtlI1; skillful,man. : '- .' -- : '': '';'' : ::
;
:: 1,000 population. This js the highest .. et.y; .. 7 .', # V er-pctdler..to:SarnedbthdZot ,"-advertiser, born in Bethel Conn.; '
per .. ? ._Ji....a Ia: e ab :,d } =} "T-H.E--
fi.
=: of any year since 1921, with the exception A PAU3EFQ1JAJ..ETWE Lone w.lr ... .i ". ; earljr riatureborrrin tierpf ;Died' April, 1891. i "C---O
I 10:00-1r..tto Ard\'e not4 ;:>_ScotlT MAXWELL
[t::IplO-Henry C. Murphy, thetamed :
i.'of 1947 when the rate.was 268. *
T, :: 1 ;_:,. ,.. >led A.tg.23oo. 813.- %> ;.d : I ,of Brooklyn N. Yn
... The Office of Vital Statistics, ,in In Palestine,.\lOount FtA| fi8ernadot- 'I 10:30 It'-.The You Ro&isHess..rtrg Ctcetk4b-! ,, ',.,' ( *,1822-Xlohnv ,:it, Gregory;' flapa''l f congressman mayor. Democratic lead ,

:: \Vashington, estimates that 1.149.00P te, member of the Swedish Royal Family, Dance ""* '_. !r ";,: fJSj.delgYmhri. : ,;"'Middle\.W est idU -tr;scholar and publisher. born iniklYn.

:: l>abies have been registered in the first and United Nations mediator: managedto 11:00 10:4S-Lab Ntfws.r''C.s..V ri.io. *.2 hrt-cS.""..\.j._ .-i ', rational born at Sauk leader Lake of hi,;$;N.generatio. Y. Die4},,.! Died'Dec. 1, 1882. :':! July Specials

':,. four months of this year. This evidently establish a truce after four weeks of News.News and Dane DanceBand Band Z*-rs.abe-rubs, Oct. 19, 1898. .,f 1841-Frank Thomson.to' frommachinist's
> Penn '
"means the advent 'lof some bitter fighting between the 11:15-News Ic Va..lety..to'lnbc apprentice
:. 3,000,000 new contending 12.00-Dancing Continued,-abc-wert 1831-Daniel Coit Gilman the sylvania Railroad president, born:: ELECTRIC

;: Americans during the full twelve months groups*. .... famed University of California
,
of Now the mediator has the president first head of John ....a. ..a a.S...0...... FANS $795
: job of at- 8-INCH
1948.While Your Horoscope$ Hopkins and the Carnegie Instl*,i
:- we are on the subject it might tempting to find a settlement. The outlookis tution born Norwich, Conn. Diep!} I I

;. not be amiss to remind all Americans that not encouraging Jewish leaders say that MONDAY, JULY' 5, .1948;-Thh Oct. 13, 1908. H'l I ,-BICYCLES- : ELECTRIC

': these babies represent the greatest asset there will be no compromise as to the Jew- day produces a person ot.great 1852-Katherine Tingley the and Rented
capacity for knowledge and with sophist leader, bom Newbury-1 Repaired
that the nation will acquire in the present ish State and the Arabs declare equally I' ; TOASTERS $595
a keen and retentive mind. port, Mas6. Died July 11, 1929. j Also in Stock-NEW
=- year. It is im'possible to calculate the firmly that they will never recognize: such There' is great versatility, some- 1864-Thomas A. Sperry, tha: .

= worth of three million children or to imagine a State. times too much, since it may induce traveling salesman who originated -i BICYCLES '- TRICYCLES LADY PEPPEREL

: what might be done if all of them The terms of the truce did- not suit desire for change which trading stamps born in Knoxville -;I WAGONS SCOOTERS
will draw be abilities into too J
Tenn. Died Sept. 2, 1913. !
:: are given adequate food, adequate medical either side but apparently'they stopped varied channels. Avoid the general % j .and SKATES PILLOW CASES. 65c

: care, adequate housing and an. ade- fighting rather than face the 'threat of self-indulgence tendency to and indolence cultivate and MONDAY. JULY 5,. 1348 I I{ Overseas Cycle Store .

quate education. possible action against,. hem aggressors strength of mind and purpose. 1796-Isaac' Hays, Philadelphia 920 Division's. Phone 138C>I> PLASTIC

.:; There are individuals who readily under the tnitedNations7harttr.! Meanwhile Success will .follow. physician opthalmologist, the I'........................i

.:: understand ;: tAX ===__._.-:..:::::.:.____.=-_ _:ii..__-_____m'm- _-_______. h. __________._____ _.m.______
why it pays the Government,, the dangeE/6xistslhatrek' of TImtt?;"'J 11IJLY r- .J .K V>, kA7-z&- ;.wmluuuu! lUlmu llwmUll' mIl llluIIIDII IUII.UtSiIItItJUfltiijUflWI15flIjtJfllfl9lfl5jlWtlJflfl! : :. Shower Curtains. $325
or the people of a to their \ & I
V. country spend either side could precipitate renewed hostilities Here th'e' 'desires' ate tuT"buTsnt

L; money to train and equip millions of fight- by. violating. the terms. of the and the senses keen. yet thereis E _' >4.. I I: METAL< ? FRAMEOutdoor, -
a pervading gentler element .I
: ing men for the ordeal of battle. truce.
.. that often turns ta the study of
Not many are willing to contemplate nature and her problems or w II: Chairs. .$495

: the possibility of spending money for the Legs have always been important. softens the tendency to excited U We 'iiI .

;-.& purpose of training 3,000,000 infants for Years ago, reporters used them to get action.Early Success in life will and if probablycome proper rt\; fk UNFINISHED

; life as civilians of a great dem racy. In news; nowadays, photographers de'pend care is taken,: it will be. perm .,I

::: time we will probably get to it, but the upon them for their art. anent. : ill e II CHESTS $1675

c process may take a long time. Ontario Canada. producesmore .II: ._.. .

&;. AVERAGE LIFE INCREASESThe than 80 per cent of the '

.:. ADVICE FROM BARUCH world supply of nickel. .I : UNFINISHED

three score and ten .:
years men- Desks. $1275
Student
=, ;
Apropos the present "bull" market in tioned in the Bible, as the boon of fortu- ---- ; .'

::: Wall Street where theie are reports of nate individauls, will probably be the average Let Us Help You ..

: killings made by speculation we call at- length of life of Americans within I DATES

:; tention to a statement attributed to Mr. .generation"" . .. '
Plan Your Floors $625
SPREADS.
:_: Bernard: Baruch by a newspaper column-.i This Is a Predicti(
:.... Jst, Robert C. Ruark. ... company which' says tnat.tfie. present Free Estimate* Given '
: "Knowing what happens to : '.Asphalt TilsRubber ; 5-PIECE OAK
markets expectancy o'f life '<&t )bjrth. is s cty-seven .

:: says Mr.\ Ruark, "has been, a specialty of years. Statisticians of t1Mtr9politan' T'lle.Cork Tfl $4250

;, Mr. Baruch's. It is why he ain't poor!'*' Life Insurance Companj.blJe; !! that the Plastic Floor Til. .. .I DINETTEOCCASIONAL .. .
.. Now from the former South Carolinian Plastic Wall TO. '
average length of Ijfe wilf increase at _
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.Eroadf.tss.Cap.llo
::: comes a warning against speculation in least four years! by 197SU I"* '* Wool, Rag: : FOR HOME or : j

;; the market. Mr.\ Baruch says he never While much t>f-the-gain*in the aver- .Acoustic Ceilings

:- knew an amateur to make a dime out of age life span has been made by improvingthe Formica.Hard wood for Sinks.Flooring : COMMERCIAL USE :] CHAIRS . 51275

:: the market because of the amateurish health
pen. of infants and children. is un- Counters. Table _

.4 chant: for "buying at the top and selling mistakable that the average individual today Floor Befinish1ngs Sending and- : We Are Prepared Jo Furnish You With :i RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPUESI

:.: at the bottom." has right to expect to live a greater a Clear! Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE I

T number of years than ,those who preceded Gates floor Cov&ifi ij MAXWELL CO.

.: During the past year 400,000 auto him. In time, as modern science under- Inc : i -.

:: mobile drivers lost their driving privileges stands more and more about the human J. L. GATES : Thompson Enterprises, .1 I Furniture and Furnishings ;

.-:: for traffic violations. Drive carefully and. body, the chances are that human< beings Flooring Contractor' II! (ICE DIVISION) :. PHONE ,CS2

..; with due regard to traffic rules, so your will live much longer than what is now !WHITE STREET R PHONE HO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. ;1 803 Fleming Street. Corner Margaret K 'y #Twt_ FU.
PHONE 1S994t..acewr.u4. .
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ol.U .Works Over Man 1 ::;-:f P"4r l:! -HISTORYKnw tt.....,_ .
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For Over An Hour TTd JT85-CQngrtcs:'adopts the dec W -y Hr
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No Avail : of-currency ltd replace tits Eng-j ;

}pisf t sjtlem1 in Use 'to that time j .
Henry French 23, of Princeton $ <150 yrars ago) Third -of -
was declared dead 'of the hlstqfic Aljen-Seditian Lawn

drowning hear Jewfish Creek .enacted ,py Cppgress: that citizsro''of -.
Sunday afternoon after Highway inetny, btibiriss may lieapprehended ,
Patrolman C. C. Reynolds in tune of war, 1

Tavernier, worked more than an -193-A' 'ififiJsUr:; representing .
hour trying to restore lite by ar- the; 'Republic ,of Texas officially
tifical respiration. receiyetj la .iVaffttfigtori. I
French was fishing in the creek 1834BJrth CJI:the Republican
with a spear and a heavy weight Partjfc -mess,:imectlngi throughout I
around his wrist. In diving for country to. resist ;the extension trf; I
the fish it is believed he was slate 7!'culminate at Jacksoh.

caught by cramps. He yelled to Micji,vsfince. :regarded as birth of
his two companions and then party. : -
!:sank, pulled beneath the sur-I I ;185Mlyna0' R. Blake of Alas* I
face by the weight around his I sacbusett: *'granted patent for. tire x
waist. sinr; He was under the water about t Grit,.; tjl ch',1 revolutionized theifrartafiieUirlnft
25 minutes, after one man had of shoes.. -
caught his briefly, only to lose "tit' ty'tlt '
J91 -- Prr ;ident Wilson'decides
him later. Patrolman Reynolds. upontn4ervenuan in Russia. AUC.BOONE. SR.'(right), weekly newspaper actor from lnrinf n. Ca.. Joins James S, Petalti,,
reached the.scene. about 10 minim. I 1925-President. Coolidge orders chairman ef ,the stale democratic'exictitifd: committee 4n whooping it up for Heiman Talmadge'
utes later. Coast ,Guard to drive away at the Gecrsla Democratic convention; in Macon. Talmadge ii a candidate far the Democratic I
Under the direction of Dr J. r I ruin-running ships seen within gubernatorial nomifastion in opposition ta GOT. M. II. Thompson, also a Democrat Talraadgeforces
II. Williams of Miami. Reynolds .
sight of his summer c6pitalat centtol the convention.
pave French artificial respiration!t f. M -JS.'l98rFirii ,
Swampscott
pronoitacgd ... .
French finally was .
eJMalkin*' movie, ----- ----- --- -- .
dead.' I "Th 'Lightsoj New York" inNewIyorkiCityl Aviation
f Corporation here. Serial
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Relic TouchesI numbers showed it had come froma Two Ih House
WILL YOU SMILK? 1949Japs raid Americans onR 'carburetor built during the war _
r f>dv? 'I,land. Off Plane'Hunt for a Rolls-Royce engine destined 2 'Years Sisters
His Reason"I 194i--Anericari invasion.forces for' a British bomber. j ;
in the .j
Normandy,fight Germans
: That started the to
: all: along the line SOUTH BEND. Inci.-(AP).-A1 company- WASHlNGTON.Alter livingn
haven't seen you at church t relic from the North Sea wondering about the plane and
2945--00 American piano tiny war a rented .room for two .
years
lately, William, said the preac hE"What's drop.thousands of, tons of bomb! has prompted, an unusual search its crew. It now hope to learn Mrs.
Maggie bad that
the matter? on cities' in :,Jap. main. island. of on ,two continents. The relic is the plane's fate through a searchof .McGrift" a
"My daughter's learning 'to. Honshu194o ." a small brass. name plate from an technical war records in the with her landlady .Mrs. Bessie
play the harp," replied Wiljiarn. =fyu* Jan 'announcementth I airplane carburetor. It way United States and England.The \Yhite. .

But" what's that got to do withit .. y' h;ve .talte'ri.jvfr ownershipof found recently caught in one of They discovered they were
? the maloryart 'Austria's indusfries .I the nets of the fishing trawler three greatest commercial both from Winston-Saltm, N. C.;
?\Vell. I'm not so keen" .on gd- w reparations. Ranee when the .boat docked at fishing grounds in the world are both had the same maiden'name.
ing to Heaven as I was! I947i7- cmy//planes, hunt the!; Grimsby England. r.earthe coasts' of northwestern Adams; and that "They were sisters

repof: dy-seen_ "-"flyingdisks'!| A fisherman sent the plate to Borneo, northeastern North Am- who hadn't.seen each ether
'The,Bering,Strait is named:af '
I its manufacturer, the Bzndix erica and northeastern Asia. since 1924. ',
ter the Russian Navigator whodiscovered" on ,PjjfifW'Coast. '. -- ---- -- -..... .--- -.......... ,

it in 1723. .J 'MOH AY.. .JULY s. 194. I :
; 1803--.Historie.Lewis and Clark
POLICE CHARGE SHE expedition-> tb ths West given q / : .

IS $100 "CALL GIRL? farewell reception at the White e451frNEw :
House by"President( 'Jef fer::on. -"

jgQ7. A Brjtish expedition
takes Biienos Aires, but are soondriven'
OuU
}!)84::.:.-'Geh. ubal- .A. Early
heftding' it- large Confederate ?G l

force, dresses the Potomac into
l Maryland. .Jo threaten Washing.ton. .
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J885"":" Gen. William Bootho91

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'l90 ---Cable' ..completed befwecfr \- A..aaIic 6.k.i... N. ....-pi.... c
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"San, .Fjinffeco. and Mar HI.... .-'_ '-till..
I hila.' 5. Enid M slwa .... ,_ c'- ..
11.a 'Americanplanes battle
23 'Cefmari planes-down
LI R K three;with| no lass to themselves;
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)93i PyeaiJtnt, Hardih an:
A no t.eei'thatt1h ;; J."Ountry's steel,
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;' makers VJo'P7 ""*13''the abolitionof
; .!11 -she"-1-hatrr 'shift as soon as NEW BETTER OVEN Coca iNo .se-'
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: 4 : 35--'t11e Wagner Labor Re* b.1 c-.l .tt II -
[ .. .',, ;.. '" ,1-, President 1-.4e4 tun..s.1ooti8.-.,.._
/; :.i Tations Law signed by- Jot":let baking_.... ,
: :: RO SeveU.
.wIiLD t J937:- The Seeing Eye.Dog Law
: : f enacted: trr' ..Cdpgrefthe blind .' '
traveljon'; trains with such .
I' (AP' u- r.Pl1trlo1"lmS. may
dogs wJttwuireqarge, for thee dc>g.194i .

NANCY FLETCHER; -=British, air base on the \'fJ' .
"fHOREMI (above). daughter .Sue*.Canal...bombed'. Axis air .
lU an American carter diplo- planed! >:,. j Q 'J ; xts' 4r .
1943:,U. S. 'Fleet battles with "
nat, appears at a hearing idj I NEW KTTEB iROlUNOUtl 4 ." ,'i4 :
j j.w York city V/oiMen't court the. Jap,flee* in Kula Gulf.lS44 I..i s.t.. o.t ....1.. I4.b i '..' 'i w
is I ...rC| ririahs counter-attack .......... .....!a Mcm4 OTM r : .
;in pftlic charges that Chi a Allied }flvaslbhv fprccs in Nor I.r... .....d......,l-we -
i 1100-t-night "caU girlfdr mandy Jot..-r...-.... 2 5 5,
3rastitutiod. Her father is C. I 1M3-U.S. planes begin use of 5
; r. U. S. corttttl gert- Okinawa as'eaa time for attacking YOU
irat GREATEST FOR IN ALL THESE WAYS
at Casablanca.
i Ja'p;nu -
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: A visit to our appliance department will convince t
Overseas Transpprtptioii .
NEW CASSX a.u.NING. you that here is the greatest range value r .of 'all -'
:
MM ttm W *f* < C Uk tttIMfHOVTD -

:Jnc. : :5a.-::=3z the 1948 Magic Chef. Just look at its sparkling\\ -

Company : ...........---....... '
beauty, at its cooking features, and finally at,its; :V
Fast Freight ttu1pttd: Service Jr '
; Dependable
1 --betwaasl- _' : reasonable low price. You'll say, as thousands\.oT"

.
MIAMI and KEY WEST others. are saying, "h's a new Magic Chef for my


Also Serving ALL PODTT8.6lB < ) 1DA'UTs ; :, 1c ,chen this year." .. .. .. ... ...Ji.-- .
z .tw. a Miaiol tt 4ctf. \wt ; *- ""!/1IIIIF'\

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CONSTkUCnONr "SEE IT T r..J"H. .
,.. .......id m+ "mv&f ** ,
Express Schedule f ..... I.ww IM kflh. D.-
(No'Slope Eh rfouii) ... ..w.d
LEAVES KEY' WEST PAlLt- (tx. .
CEPT SUNDAYS) *f S t H ,.u.: Arrive I .... Frizzled. Chipped rut >*-lb. rhipped beef
/... in with butter
Ii ai Miami at litho o'clock. Mid .. Beef withScrambled pan some
l = and stir until beef it
night. _
:: Eggs
.
browned. Add 4
LEAVES MIAMI DAILY iEtcEPTSUNDAYS ; slightly'
) at' 12:00 Vdoek Midnight '- Sliced Tomatoes broken eggs,'a tablespoon
: and ctt'" al ,,..ft.. '.W*.tttt .-- \- r /_ "j e of aDd milk stir per until egg,cooked.season
8W o.dockA.M. /. Green Onions
.mw icoNOMT rot YOU a Prepare salad. 'Use your
Lodi Stheillilet ,- a4'i s o.-.". J I' favorite waffle recipe..a. .
(Stops Af All IatiTt 1 tJ*'Potehl1. I ._. A.d ..., .. Mss Waffles with Tim 15 Mlauti*
LEAVES KEY. WEST 'DAILY (EXCEPT .. .. : i, 0.1_................... Maple Syrup '.
SUNDAYS) *i I** -tfttodI Y..pim.al>e..141. Sl-l .
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A. M. and arrtra* at Mtand atY,ttK ,
o'elock P. M,. *V *.*: .
LEAVES MIAMi DAltt (EtCBPr
SUNDAYS) ai *.N .-fi< .?la )L'" KEY : WEST GAS.CQ.= : :
k at Key Watt ft JfcM f'dtK.k ,
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419 FLEMING STREET PHONE *61. *. .

FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY ,SERVICE _
FULL cAEco"IN' -

MAIN! OFFICE-aad wART! fount CH ..7 ifn.k Friael ftta.i -
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'PAGE" FOUR 'u THE KEY WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, JULY 6,1941'C1 't



'Key Westers In I ..:.. _....: .:.......-=-=- I . . . . . . I a 'JIll ro...;t:


Whatfs DoingARMED ,.
CLASSIFIED ADS N.CCS.
Lisbon On USS 'it' th. I

SERVICES 1021 Days Street ',.

Cruiser Macon Y.M.C.A. I DEFENSE FORCES"

Jackson Square. Whitehead Information for \the 'Advertisers I PROGRAM

f'!! peeial I.Tie Cltlsea), and Soulh'ard Streets RATES FOR RKGCLARBLACKFACE sad PATxesT I lltpilli 1III.'Gl IA.......;"': .
GREAT LAKES Ill. July 6 TYPE
Payment for classified advertisemeats "
.... 1lllliN1_ 1
IIHIIIIJ' MONDAY.It
la Invariably In
Walter Hilgers chief machinist'smate advance but

USN, husband of Mrs. Monday will Advertisements be facetted In under Tbe Citiren this head at regular may advertisers have their with ledger advertisement accounts : 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M-BillW'ds: ;

Margarita Hilgers of 1500 S st., 9-OOP.M.-.Dance, Jonn Pritch- the rate, but of the tea minimum word for charge each for Insertion charged. i Ping Pong Writing Room
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t Key West, arrived in Lisbon, ard and His Orchestra.. the first 15 words or lass Is JOc. To PUBLICATION insure publication DEADLINE, copy must I I Showers.

.,. Portugal while serving aboard Tu cUy Tbe rate tor black fare tape Is 3c a be in The Citizen office before 11o'clock 2.-00 P.M. Softball for 'Navy .

'the heavy cruiser USS Macon, 8:30P.M Little Theatre Group word tile first and 1*the word minimum la Sac. charge for of publication.In tbe morning. of the day Wives at Bayvie Park..

of one"of i 6:30 .
the 13-vessel Midshipmen rehearses; Ping-pong Shuf- Boxing Class.
;
c ...... Practice Squadron on its annual fle Board on the Patio.Wednesday -- I 7:00 PM. Junior. Hostesses.

.f 1 summer cruise. All advertising la accepted under fife 'following conditions: In the I Meeting (3rd Monday): "- '

The personnel of the Macon event of error in advertising .... .eat or contract. The CUbeD will b* 7:00 PJkL-Games.
e J \ta/ 1:00 P.M.-FiShing Party: Naval responsible l>U. only for the first insert ton in psMlfle Advertlslnc. and In 7:30 PM. _
1 extended a warm welcome lar tdverlUlajc for only the act amount of apace occupied by the -Conversation EspanoL
..- by 'the Portuguese whose capital Hospital Patients. Joint Program part of the advertisement where the I error occurs.i 8:00 PAL Movies. .

is periodically visited by YMCA. NCCS. . . . :. . u . i 8:30 P.M.-Dancing. ..
8.3e P.M.-Ye Ole Country Party -
of Admiral
ships Conolly's
I FOR RENT TUESDAY
I FOR
Northern European'Task Force. featuring Square Danc- ]I RENTROOMSAND

Liberty in the Old World city I ing Virginia Reels. 'I TRAILERS 2.00 PJH.Navy Wives, Swimming .
Furnished
relaxation 10:15 P. M.-Weiner Roast on the two-bedroom house, no U.s. Naval Base PopL
was pleasant across
ca Patio Grille. children or pets. Apply 1023 Large, well ventilated sleeping I 7:30 P.M-US. Naval Hospital
the days of intense drill and instruction t i
the Thursday Catherine Street or call 772-M. rooms at reduced summer Party jointly with American
on across
voyage jl>3-6tx rates Maid service. Also com- Red Cross (2nd Tuesday). >
the' Atlantic from
Annapolis, 8:00 P.M. Dance. John Pritch-
7.00 P.M.-U.s.
pletely furnished Naval Ho pitai
trailer for
Md: where the Midshipmenwere
ard and His Orchestra.
New beautifully furnished Entertainers
embarked June 7 one- light housekeeping availablesoon. to Wards. tSrd.

Another Key Wester in Lisbonis. Friday bedroom house $85.00 monthly.Call Young's Tourist Home. Tuesday).

H. Porterfield Jr.. 8:30 P.M.Bridge, Pinochle and 1317-R. jly6-5tx 1721. Flagler 1172-J.. WEDNESDAY
,
Charles .
Movies. 1:00 P.M. 1100 PJkL
I jly6-ltx -Billiards.
husband, of Mrs. Ethel Rita For '
SaiurtUf FOR RE APARTMENTS Ping Pong, Writing Room
terfield.., 33 Naval Housing, on ,
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,
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8:00 P.M. MoVies. Showers. *
the.USS. destroyer Vesole. I PERSONAL
Henry Beckom. steward third 10:15 PJU.-. ,JukeBox,. ;Dancing on Furnished ,apartment. 3 rooms : 12:30 P.M. Hospital Pafelits'Fishing

class rt Husband of Mrs. Louise ... the r.patio.. } and bath. Maid and janitor'; Poems wanted for musical setting Party joint program,
.
Joie Beckom, of Marathon is I.. .. tSW\da" service, linens and utilities Send poems for free ex- NCCS, YMCA and Red CrosJ.

' in' Lisbon aboard the ,Macon. ; .A:45'l .1ri.4ava Club. discus : furnished. Summer rates. Coral I amination. Five Star Music 1:00 PJII_Navy Wives' Physi '
a"-24 *. axonGroup... .' I Hotel Apartments. opposite Masters; Key 391. Beacon Bldg.. I al Fitness Class. I

...... : f"w i. rF 1:00- A.M.-"Go. to CHURCH ';_ Post. Office. jun25-14tx II Boston Mass. 2.00 PM. Navy Wives ciu'&.,-

F l+1tab and guinea pigs which Parties.- jly7-10-17-24-31-5tx.1 6:30 P.M.Boxing Class. g

: a-.iii bitten by;> venomoust '3OOP.MClassical. Hours.j selections = I Furnished '2 ,1-2-room apartment.:I l 9:00 PM.-Dance, Three Sharps

t rkedie--more quickly when. announced. .: Utilities furnished. Couple only. Orchestra. .. *
givenwhiskey or alcohol than If 9:00 P MJ...Fellowship Hour,'oni Apply 915 .Windsor: Lan .:' '. i MISCELLANEOUS THURSDAY' 1

A the upposeJ antidote is note the'Patio.Community ,Sing Ii' 'Jfyl-tf,I 2:00 PM.-Seaplane 'Base.Poi,
t "
thee i Washers irons, vacuums and '
.
giveti : ins. Beatrice Moreno at* I Navy Wives. 4

... -' PLafd' '' ; .:Furnished .apartment. new gas I' fans repaired. O'Briai.t, Phone- 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.=Seth

:: ... "\ OOOR3i.'Coffee"'Hour., b electric 1164M. jlyl-tf Machine ,
Typewriter
/ : range, refrigerator continuous Writing -
.t LEGALSi
.
f M" I
.G, :rS.'.Q/ meetings (Girls' Ser- '
Room
.. hot Showers.
I' water. Monthly.I! *
vice'Oiganliationevery 2nd | Floor sanding done by experts. FRIDAY
Phone
215.
jlyl-tf j i
\ 'TH....IJU..iIT co HIT OF ;THE: and 4th Monday.. : I Free estimates given. Phone 2:00 P.M.-Softball ,for !NaVy s

E't"K\TH! JDICI\L O'1R4'IIT.oTni Game .'Ro m:' Chinese Checkers I I 163,-or call at 701 Caroline St. Wives
: : 1 .'ATE: UF'LOH'O". I'V Four apartments. Apply 411 at Bayvrew Par\;
..'0 FOR O\ROB COLNT1. I'CfA chess,cafda: Ping-pong'pool, William Street. jlyltfMachine 2:00 P.M.Prenatal ..cIassJ\W-}
jun28-30tx
'('.:RV. writing desks; library current .I
-. -Sa.* >.. ..-.:., partment of Health Ii1SsL{i;-
iuaYaiines; various 'table games. button holes done at 728Ashe *
.t EliWJND ROCHONV tor. *
x-\ Furnished apartment, adults I. .....J J
-I'. ,.. t. Plaintiff. etc.: ,' : no street. jly2-6tx :
9:00 A.M.
.. Conveniences. ; 5:00 P.M.-Sevi
: t IMteRCE 'Showers,' ier ni.Srackets, golf pets. $65.00. lg
1r.f D LOUIS HCCHOV. t 1214 Duval Street Telephone Machine, Typewriter, Writing -
:
T/efendant. clubs fishing- lines cameras .Caroline Shop, 223 Ann Street, Room. Showers.
-'JlgDpR: OP PIRL1CATIOFjed > checking' 'service; 'film service 1003-W. will remain open through July SATURDAY
,
(Fj-ed Louis Rochon tnaililig'andg packages, jlyS-sat-tues-thurs-tf with increasing stock of new, 2:00 PAL-Boxing Training

.* Residence-- 'unknown.Mtia receiving messages,phone booths, inexpensive cottons for slipcovers 1:00 ;
hereby ordered that'you arerSanleed stamps railway: express 6ervice.available"to. Apply 1219 Eliza Street for fur- and draperies. From 10 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Dresing
to appear on the 17th day nished Rooms Showers for Bathers.
tit .J"l_ .'..$" before the above entitled SERVICE PERSON- apartment. Couple only.J I to 5 daily except Thursday and SUNDAY
e rourt tu'the Bill of Cutnplalntfllpd NEL;'-' jly3-2tx ',.
, .. .. 'axailfsl you In the above en.' Saturday afternoons. 10:00 A.M.-Communion Breakfast -
... titledcaul"? and the Key West titit "LesJeighDtvisDirector.: jly617tREFRIGERATION Whitehat -
.
I Club US. JTa-
t ? z'an' It hereby de-lpnated as.. the Gerald" 'Pinder-Program Di-., Furnished one-bedroom apart-j
I e newspaper which this Order shall = : .f ment on Grinnell Street... Couple val Base (2nd SuniIay)4 ; s
: I i.* 3 f cb)> etutiTe week. ec cretary. only. $55.00 plus "
t 'I "''r'"U""s the Honorable Aqnlllno"r Doe, ,Cruz .=. 'Information 1185-R, Utilities..j'Phone .I Pool, Wiener, Roast (sign/up'
, a.. lA>De"=. ,/aa One of, the Jedtree or Desk: Aide.. '' ..j1Y681Q3Nicely' Holbrook Refrigeration Service. in advance). ?. '
Is-Court and the Seal of this Court ., ..1 II 1
'n..ttl.:<1tjf .,. Kff West. Monroe domestic and commercial. Work Information service, .housing,

, (>nl>t*. Florida. ,, thi,. .Sfth" day of LEGALS furnished, modern 4roomapartment J JI' guaranteed, free estimate on city maps. *
y Tsar': 143.'a .. '
Religious literatur
w
repair. Call 724-W. #; library
.
.
N (3gAIa-: o..C Sawyer, .f. J ".. : II and bath. Excellentlocation. ,
t.J '.i. 4 .lerk.IC.It't'uYt ..Utt Apply Joe Pearlman jly2-6tx telephones stamps, wrapping 1-11
.E.
.
r a \t i I.N THR:CllirtlT'tOTItT.n.' THE
; -. ,j-:_iii i 'lurenes el\'o. r.:;"ntt$aqt:}."II4a.' KJ.E E\Tll-ll Bit'lAIx t IIU>t1TOf er52at.Dava1...Street. > .._. .jly6-3t j .. mailing packages* ;, rillway.x, -
J '1 Injpuljr TMB-V TTR OF F1-OIIIH1. FOR"RENT:":BUNGALOWFurnished'bungalow p'ress"service, 'laundry': pick-trp..-

.a e a 4'L.+* sawvFn., ifi.- .. IV lAMI CII." FOR.'ERt'MONHOU. tUl\Tt., Newly constructed efficiency available to all defense, 'tert sand
btt4lettut. tug the 1'fa i nt : k j '" ,
- ..."....efv-'p yua5 $ .t.cc...' ..-..:. apartment all-electric kitchen for rent. One their families.

( ; : : -ty.13---1,9.111, '. .'_.-JOU.NSONV. Plaintiff. .-.. tile bath, hot water. Small 1 I bedroom. 751XW.jly32tx MRS. E. S. COTJGIILIPI; ,

: 11ta'>w*," K''orl, a P..t"'T.O\' .. 'va.. : un ontE children welcome $65.00 per Executive 5ecretar.MISS .
S TO TA4_4TF.. LAT UETTX1 JOHXSOX HILDA
II .;t1\"om.I\. Concern ., Defendant. month. Apply 909 Elizabeth I FOR SALE CASTILLO.' ,
. : *.t VliTlCE 14 H1nERGlYF.\ tha. ORDER OK BL1CTIUM Street. jly6-tf J ,*, See retary.
will apply to the : "
e : 1jlif&derRlgfted.County Cummtciunrre t TOt .} ; Johnson v Whizzcr motor bike. Good con
felt
a 1. j&uBttifr County Florida, at tbe nex t 16uz' l6Su FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I dition. $60.00. Apply D-4. Ft. The United States has virtual
a VreKVlar'-nteetlnR of Paid Board t Kl 1'aso.'tllrnola monopoly on commercial ,heHujn
AND ROOMS Taylor
1 J.'.h IOvn, July .',- 1'4 1. to, rrate Ton are hereby required to appear 1 jly2-3tx
; I today because the chief so'urc of
f tMatecnuiW ;Oeeah11ahub4lcfoluw v toO the pill of Complaint for ditvrce ;
'''Se. tI.... One.' file In the above entitled cause on the The Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming For Sale-2-bedrOOm. furnished, the natural gas is found almost
and recorded. In Hat Bock :. Par e 14th day of"ul). 11411. otherwise thealleiratbtna II. exclusively in Texas and Okli;.
.J.,of,1 h.-.pu"lIc records. Monroe therein will be takv as Street, has a pulmanette apt. modern house. Terms. 127-W. : '. --
I t'ounft. 1)orida. the same ipnfwiied: .; and several sleeping rooms vaI jly2-6tx homa. ,
:Jn'aj
pint ot,4he fvllvwinK. I 'Thisunder"i.tLe published once a
1 cant. Low weekly or monthlj !
e.'ecb'.for-fou- coaitecutive weeks in '
a-' :iw.-t't>t CQ e'IH\MDt Lot t. the Key Went Citlken. a .newspaper. rates. jlyl-tf Dining room suite table, six FOR SALE .. _.
I i I
'.tt&cUe:; Towhihtn-C4 South Vfi-berfin Key "-UI. .rfdaJ' II I
buffet
chairs $75.00. 1020
*.J.nl i4'Soutb.nd.that part ,Done and Ordered this athfdayf ,
3 children's ;WO 1e
"' : beds romplet
'i>f .Uov<*rtiro iit Lofs 3'' 4 and S' 'June. A, .l>- '1US- Jf Furnished rooms 626 Gnnnell Fleming St., Automat Laundry.. ,
l>f.! JCHtlon .1$. Township (4 tfct.VUt noon C SawverClerk Street. $6.25 single $7.50 dou i jly2-3tx child's wardrobe, ,davenport
&onth..ilahge 3 month which ..r.'t"e
\ Circuit Court.
: and chair. Call :
:,.jtl'betwesa.tbe K[ :Of-1\av' Yon roe Count)... FloridaBy ble. jl>6-5tx i 1047M.jlyGltx

.i( *he l vrgea "lllghwav aa it : .(sO) Anne -C. Loncworth. 1 One 15-foot lynan, 22 h.p. John- .
: "
"
eats today and the '
waters of >, Iieputy Clerk.
.t"e''Hh.ntle...an. I'iUi: li SAWTEIi.SolUitor I FOR RENT-COTTAGES ; eon outboard and trailer. In
. J i'*ted Jane :.. un. for tbe Plalntff I quire Key West Boat Yard. STILL ONI Our first Clearance'
;JM teoUK>l e' can-Hay Fron t -. junli.jly'.nU i iOTlc. SALE. Jersey skirts 50 cents
Furnished one-bedroom cot

C .jPfuptrtv. ] new jlyl-
a + My:J'I. L. Wither ru. APPLIt'AT10\ tage near beach. Adult couple Training pants, Wednesday
"- : ,. President. > : I No The Price : Two-bedroom only 20 cents each,size 2l tlui-,
; FOKTAX UKri s only. pets. Organ house 4127 Duck I
4 ....6 C e.'c'r 411Ju1..nu I House' Rill >.. IMJ3 \ ization. Realtors. 411 Fleming: Ave. Newly constructed. Can fled sun suits reduced from

.t :: e >OTItK TO CREDITORS I IfI OC1J.d IS HETIUBY, the holder C.IVKN ofVUte. .tha L St. Phone '.124.. : be'inspected from 4 to 6:30 p-m I 2.29 to $1.79. 2-piece 'midriff

I n.:. Probate Act tiers. lie. 1*4) I follow IKK certificate, has filed sal d I jly2-fri-mon-w tf I daily or contact Austin G. Tay dresses, reduced from $-.93; to
a 1THIS ('OIRT 01:' THE 4'Ot XTJIIMU 1 certificate for a tax deed to b& Is- I $r98. Many other :bargains tCHILDREH.S
. : I lor. 804
: :. WOXHOM 40tNT H.ORIUAi -' sued thereon. The certificate ium Caroline St, Phone1052W.
: IN PROHATU. I her and year of Issuance, the tie Furnished: cottage hot Water, no I jlyl-4tx CORNER
In re: Kstate of crlptioir' tof the property anf ih e 421 Simonton Street
e LOCfSK alt;.\lta ilCMAHUX.Deceased. name In which it was assesses.ar pets. Apply rear 1012 Varela I
: as follows fl >.. upstairs. jly -ltx Used leg bathtub, cast iron enamel 1 jly6-T-2t.
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: To> All Creditors and ,IVrsons Slav- I '.rtlfl ate Nv. S4J. lavatory and washdowntoilet.
-
y ti.tt Claims .r I'maud.. A..ID.t Year of Issuance. IMS.Hescriptlon :
C t bald Estate; I' : orropertr. Sands One-bedroom cottage adults only 1231 South Street. Practically new smallbaby- bed',

You and .acb of you are b..b rwptlfled Sub.. Biff Pine "'e). Plat Book Furnished modem conveniences. jly3-3tx $10.00. Apply 1013 Division:
and required to .presenany t I. 1. Page .., PC Uor. Lots 1 &;.:. I: j1y -3\X
.fialms and demands whH ,oor a. Sec. :i. Twp. u. IU :'. Lot ;.7.sgw.rr Apply 1508 Seminary after
either of :you. may have asaittc S n (..I.10n.11 recordedIn 6 p.m. jly6-3tx One electric hamburger grill one :
t"\ate of I...ul..e Mears >>cAl.- I= County Records ;. latest-type "Cold Spot" refrigerator I Studio couch.. Ross Trailer, <<: .
hun deceased late of said Countyto Name In which assessed: :
the County Judge of Monroe Michael Vincent Oaxatt. HELP WANTED FEMALE used less than two Division and Simonton StS.,+ ,
County. "101'1\1... at hU office la th r All "f ward inoperty being In tbe weeks. 1025 Emma Street !: jlY3:3
court house of raid County: at Ke r County of Monroe. State of Florida
H nt Florida, .within eight calendar .. Unless such certlfUmte or certificates Lady to take care of child in exchange Majors Bar. jly6-tf
months from the time of th e shall be redeemed acvordinf; for room and board. Hobart electric meat grind r.
first publication of this notle.. tu law the described tlr. I
property Call Overseas Hotel 917 FJem-
Kaeh Claim or demand shall ouch certificate or certificates in writ In*, and shall state the sold to the highest bdider at the 505-E. W. Poinciana 'on Sun lime grove on four nice I I ing. Phone 798.. Jly3-3
p'aloe of residence and post office court nuuser' door on the first Mon-
address of the claimant and sh all day in iKortth.of August. 1545. which day. jly3-6-2tx lots size 50' x 120 each, in good i!
be sworn. to by the (claimant hi: is the :n..day of Aoeust. ]1S4S section. This can be bought on One iron burglar-pitoof .Iite-
eau.or his attorney and any sue b Dated this lat day of June. 114 eSTORAGE easy terms. Johnson & John ,, proof safe. Inspect at Pollock'
claim. or demand not so filed ..haLC 11 ($UAL). Boss C Jaw" yes Jewelry 514 Duval Street.. _
014- Clerk of Circuit Court ofMonroe son. Phone 372. jlyl-tf
,(,: 1. ..Aibvrtlures PucLett. Jr. County, Florida. Red Brick Storage'Co. Furnitureor jr/3-6t
A* adminl'trator of the Cstate o f jun:2-S;ilys-1S,1S4S e' .
Lase 'Mears McMahup, decfaae d. commerciaL Phone 7 98. White outside paint, white enamel '
' .ALLAN U. CLKARK.. jlyt-tf $2.75 per gaL 5 Si DJ3.T. 500 sheets, 8% x 11, white news=
IX THE riRCHT Cot HT OP TUB
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Attorney for the Adminlatrator.jun.9
: ;. JsL 6UUiS.. .:LEt .:\TH .IllnC' "L ('.B.T "ly-go. 29c per qt- Doherty; & 'print. 25c. Artman Press. Citizen

L i OP THE STATE OF rLoniOl. FOR SALE USED CARS Co 846 Olivia cor. Packer. I Building, Phone 51. ., .
1\ "\0 FOR wo'''oas "'Ol.'TT. :- I
OTHK TO CREDITORS IV CIlA (' ;;A%'. Phone 1597. jlyl-lf Junl7I5tSomething
(II:; Probatect.. StJ 119. !!'> -* ,.. 11-447 Model 1940'Ford truck. ---------
panel Apply -
e ITHK tOIRT OF THE COLT r RCTH LILLIAN l'Cl'tT.PlalnUrt.r
Jt tMJK. SIOSHOK v U e. T YFLoHIDA Perez Bros. Bakery, 1025
I I.'rRODAT&. VS. ISIS URCBHCBURT I
'la.re-(state ofJk LEE PUXXCr.Defendant.. White Street. jun30-tf New."
I i
::>CS SANCHEZ.Deceased.. .

ORDER OF PtRLICATlUXTO 11939.Nash.-&edan. stake body. "' .t
T.11 Creditors and PersonsIlaTlnK
. t t Claims or l>emaadsAialaat : UJi HfBURT 5., .'.......LEK PEXl\J\. I 1 baggage trailer. $625.00.' 71-2 SAFETY nilb BEAUTYFor
Said Kstate: K.IXE. 5', I Poinciana.Place. jly2-6tx
.iou and each of you are bereb I .
T >.aval Reaeardt > '
notified and required to present an;T A%a hlnrton. 1U CoLat oratot'j.Ttlil. J Tile
claims .and demands which you, tar are here required to appear 1936 Ford 1939 motor radio. Asphalt Floors '
either,of you. may have against thestate a tu the Bill of Complaint for I 148-G Poinciana. jly3-6tx
ef Jesus Sancbes. decease .
divorce In the above styled canseoa
late of, said County, to the Count or before the !3ni' day 4 f July.
Judge of Uonrue County. Florida. A. IX 114>i. otherwise. the allegation. 1942 tudor super de luxe Ford. PLASTICA No. 3 .
at liis office In the eEliminates
court house of I therein will ... taken as vnfesOd.
raid County at Key \\-esL Floridi I Irta1s Order la to he published BC.. Excellent condition. See Virgil.
within eight calendar months froith a week for four consecutive week* 85-2 Poinciana, or Monroe Motors and
*' time of the first publieatiuw .f IM the I.e'V....t Ctttaeo. a n..._- Inc. Waxing Easily Applied
this Botic latch claim or deman jly6-4tx
hal b* la writing and .hall stat e paper West. pnbliohed-Florida.BONB -.la' the City of Key Dries Quick To A Glossy Non-Skid Finish

the)place' of residence and post of. AND ORDERED this Slat LOST >
flee address of the claimant aDd day of Ju... A. l>. 1148. SOLD BY I
shall be sworn to br the claimant t. .(&AL)' Ross C Sawyer .d
his lacent, or his attorney, and anaudt r Clerk of the Circuit wallet
Court Lady's containing vatu-

shall claim be fsid.ad or demand .not so tit ed. "" 'By Monroe;-Florence County E.-Sawyer.Florida-*- ablepapers.. Return to Mr. .1 I Key West Floor Covering Co.1M .

As S BLAS SANCHtUS. Deputy Clerk. I Dorothy Pugh 86-1 Poinciana. I ; i
..dm'.Lotrat..r of the Estate vt ALLAN B. CLEARK.. JR. .
J* .uar tascb.z. decayed Phone 1569-J. Reward. ntJVAL. STREET PHONE Ittf.
1 l *-4yuaZyZsalfw11> 4r .Solicitor.-_. .. .fur. Plaintiff.- 1fB.n:1--lUU f : .. ._ \:' -- jly6-iu" |:' .

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1..i.! ri '.s. :: TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO. .t.BUY. IT!& '. sad" tMn.b.J.,;:.lovht her r,. i AS* to whoa THIS DIRECTORY WILL AI"1

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Court ............:.... ........:. .. i oWE N -- e .
1 Motor .
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PHONE 1000 .
718 DUVAL STREET .. REPAIR,1TI, !: '., .
: 909 Simonton St. : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :::If It I., EI"ctn.cal. W E SELL ITJ *,]: .. i POOR OLD CRAIGService : I

S Ownership-Management of BENNY FERNANDEZ S : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; : We Wfll ,Call For wd.Ddrrcr: .!: I 1 WHITE STAR. : : Station ::

"! J BREAKFAST Serving 8 to 11 : : ,SHOWING of Electrical I Appliances ;: : ao Years Expzinc' in Electrical.Work ,I.i:. -I. ,'GLEANERS: '. ':. ,:. J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE SIM

.. .LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 ..................!......_.....................6.. i. L.LCa.J211" Duval Street.ELECTRIC ,> .-'Marco Mesa. Jr., Prop, : Frauds and DirUlon. Streets
I. .DINNER. S to 8:30 ......e.a.........................a1.....i......5 : TELEPHONE, *i J r: 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires' Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :
:> 22 SIMONTON. STREET: :' Tour PURE Dealer" :
OIL and GASOLINE
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The Best of Steaks : : HOME\ SUNDRY STORE .....................:...............:::...... *.. .............................................
Short Orders-Sandwiches : : : .,.. .....................tt........f......i...'../4RUSSELL'S **5 ,"Dry Cleaning; : ee...e.............ceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.**
I At All Hours ; DIVISION! ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST.Tour :
'ti and
; 'Pressing
: Try Our FrOKeaTROPICAL ': : Potronogd Invited" : : PRITCHARD : i ;J,, i. 24.HOUR 'SERVICE .: i RADIATOR SERVICE
: DRINKS :': .: Free, Pick-Up and
Open Daily and Sunday; ': _*/c! Cream*-Proprietary'llediciis.. FUNERAL E. :! i* D Itvery'Sarvies ,;: : NOW ,AVAILABLE: :
:
8 A.M. to Midnight : ,Sick Room Supplied School Supplies DRY GOODS ..*.. '- SUITS for MEN ,: I .Rod Cleaning Repairing and Q Flushing :
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Toilet Preparation and Article HOME : : liDS OLIVIA STREET :: <: ,-and WOMEN : : AUTO AND :
, : ...... .. .. *: TOUY'S
..... *******J**** ****** ** **** *** *** : i : -, .MailctoMeasure'.I \ :
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PHONE 373 rPHONE BODY SHOP i
...................... ......... ... ..... ... .......... ...... let Those Serve : : .J.: -. 212 : i S03-05 GREENE STREET
I [ ] ? [[ ;;;; ; ; : Who Serve Best : :, Specialising :::: ,t... ..*-.".........ceo*...... ....*.....a........e*......*...*.......sISISy ,
MUMFORD
iGOMEZi : and ROSS : S WE HAVE NEVER ':55: inWomen's, ..,I:<: '.: .........e............ ............................................ ,
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220 DUVAL STREET
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: BETRAYED A TRUSTs S :: : UEAlrrY : I
FURNITURE CO: : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for WE NEVER WILL :. : and 1:, :. :' .:. : CAROLYN SIIOllJE : "

720 DUVAL STREET Carrier AirConditioningor : : .: .. .:. [ L"O': E'Z' .: : Oversee Hotel 919 Fleming St. ..t

Juvenile Furniture Ambulance ServiceTelephone : : Children's. '. ] : ?:'1 1I .. : : -f: DONALD BARBER :
: : Domestic and Commercial Use 543Nerer : ;| : I y We In : .;
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : $33 PHONES 11$0.. : :; 'funeral! Service : Specialize

: ...Y............................................. Sleeps : : Apparel,. J Je l.i -. "Estaliihedl61S_ J) .: Scalp 'Treatments Hair Dyeing :
S Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ...........e..., ......... .......e..O............... ........................ i...........'.-.....'.... :' .04-. : ':. Phonc 175 ALL- TTMtS PKHMANET or HRI-RM WAVES' CCKTIS' :
Axminsier Br&adfeltRADIOS .. ........,...4*................................r... ....; I' Licensed Funeral .: ;..,........................... .................
andAppliances .. ...".5. ::Directors- and'- :. t .. s .. ... ... e 5

: F ,.... J... :A. MYESLicensed .;fJ:,i. ;-... ):?rvJEmbalmers."'..l24.lIO; : ,, "..: '. ,-STELLA, BEAUTY Culture NOOKScientific A 1 a I

lr Beauty
/'S" : .. ; 'T :
: "Terms Arranged" : e : in All Branches
.. OPEN TILL, 9:00 P.M. : r.O1nguilaiice; : : Thoroughly Experienced
", : MON. and SAT. S 'I PAINTING Gontractoi:. I' .: ...., cIt : Operators '
.....................e 1 ALL WORE GUARANTEED' ,,..- : .'.:.. ervice: .: Soft WaUr Ut.d ExclulTelr .
: FREE ESTIMATES
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,, Telephone 9127, 111.Daval Strt Jeffersoa Hotel.. '..", : ;4.1113s; 6M ;: : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. :

..***.*............... J. Douglas Trevor ........e.................e.............v.fIe. .: ?.*.*! >..*.i.' .....-....! :.. ti
; ..........e....e.........e..,........... ......-..,. i k : i .e 1 SForner
i PRICE TOURS 1829 Harris Aye. Key West Fla. : 'Electric- J;. .'<:*...t-t*:;*.i. .*........!l Customers, Friends and the Public Invited ,
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: Passenger ::: PHONE 1371-R HOTPOINT Eaages; ,'1[ t e v.'W y est,'FlaxQNcn : i Frances Beauty Salon

: Representative* : : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances jWashins I..... .t .." : Frances Park. Owner :
.. \ : Machines for Immediate Delivery. ; 1< .3':.SQ VENIRS. 1010 CRINNELL STREET S
: faxFLORIDA ('rn.)w ,; _" ." : i
its Phase :
: in all
Culture
: EAST i ........................................e........ HOME APPLIANCE .;. :.>' t:,"":,;- ; SHELLS', : :: Beauty Permanents Scalp Treatment .
All SIs :
COAST RAILWAY ............e..................eeeeeeeeeeeeSave :. 605 SIHONTOK ..STREET: PHONE'" 11 J J...'- '':.!- ... ,.-" !. S. Facials Shampoo Manicuring ,
:. t r ...i.....*........................1.5.1....4 For. Appointment Phone 1391 i I
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: trees Located Next : 20% \ : :. ..... ,*_.... ...... ...f"ff...'f......:- '1 > ).. .
F.i Insurance : : .COCOANUTS'.j:: :' *
on dwellings. :
i DR. COBO'S : nwrc a n 111bldg by INSURING withAtlantic J ;:' J .in!! capmg1l\farlana.Top.\ Soil l.i. i: $ J. : Marion'sCAYQaHUESO PHONE 1314 .5 5
1100 Dural Street
household ,
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OFFICE, l' ..:...;...... .
S : and per. I ,Mutual I Fire Insurance Co. : /-l.iTOP"SOIL.: 56.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PEH'SACK> ...r't'''.' .' .j_? .' 1! BEAUTY SALON
:. : rXXMHTO STREET: S anal effects ; 4 MARL.HATiLED.$5Xd for 4 YARDS-- *: s::: WU1 Sl11p..o.byParf: i.I i. <' .1
: Rear of La Concb Hotel save 15% on All Policies Non-Assessabl :.,l I,: \ } Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very:Raasooabl, ,v i. ;, 1'ol!;&or Canada, Southernmost House in the U.SJV.Featuring
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.... : PHONE 124 MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674. : I t J02rOliyiaSjt/! /'.-:. ::. : Mar. '.S. ,Paiacio l :. : IVIacLEVY :
,.. .' a ; : -. : a O Spot Iteduring I'I'I
f..e........ie.......i ..e.................................s.....,.."".'P".,...., .'..",,aj Il' :.\G: 0..;.Dr.E"H, PHONE,.801' .J t .:". u). a'r-Ml': SoutlSt.. :: .. %M ll tt Mechanical 1 laasac METHOD .:

r .. .........?...,.. ..': ....:... .............................*..;!; ':;-::5-KEYWEBT.:- '.. -'FLORIDA. : ..Complete BEAUTY SERVICE
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B.&B. CYCLE SHOP .... i JEFFERSON} :,QOFFEESHQP11B 1 It}'.;'" Jo.A For More Nat :
: oral Hair Tint
: Ride the Bus to the : DUVAL STREET. t. :; RE'Al.ESTATE : I

: GOLF COURSE : 822 Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone IOU : ity and Sunday, :It .,,i. ."' : .. .' ing in Permanent or Finest :
\ Scooters % :. .p.; : '. ;a;';aSalei : .
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: Waves
Cushman Motor\ 5P.Mi'tolAJL\ 4J- 't '
; Appralulj #
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: SERVING
I : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery' : : COMPLETE inners ]r.. ',...: .- -..."-Lea e. sa 4 Beauty ,
BICYCLE' : tf Y _
: Also A La Carte and Sandwiches ',;. 4. .; 'j' Realtala I't
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::1 fcf*"'" Rental Service % -------REASONABLE PBlCES :t : ; : Colony ,
e Buddy Seats ..........................................tiI t"t* s', ,:; 'Management;. ,, ,v a I t ,
TAKE ; ....................e.................e..i** '' I 5..: :".TAptovi. ;!.a aaiVacant_ '' ; s y i (21 Southard :
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.Parking FlagsWindshields .; >P* pttU &A JUr We.1 : Street
BUS : t' tvntf: .. MOBT ,Osuatr :. Next to South .
No.1to j
: INSURANCE
: 0 : W ernmostBeauty
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the .' :' ; ,"JTI'O[; : zt School
GOLFLINits FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS ::' : t
; : OFoo treats -, J ,K1RC3IHEINER All Licenced
.:. .. and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE.** :.' '. BaLTeR : i a.s. Beautician :
: Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : .. .I' :'. >4U' Fltmlag Street : ass y' Specializing In ,
5 Key West Insurance Co., ] : Most Modem
'is Hove Fun : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : tlf Whluhad Street : Phase of
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: KEY WEST COLT CLUB : ........... .... : 311 SIMONTON ''STREET PHONE JW. I: : 'TBOBM 124.and 7JI-H : a Beauty Culture :
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............f e *f e .e :. ISVV HMMBhMMH HMk
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;i ...................... Directly in Front of Postoffice :' for :
..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee***********.*..******' ..."..........................................4 i ..i, .i.... .i.***.****.i.iI Telephone 206 HAB LA ESPANOL Appointment***
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.. BICYCLES REPAIRED : .... ...........A*:- ....e........................e............... I

r.24..H: Experience Watchmak SERVICE ::t FOR SALE FOMENT; .i i.iEf ijL[ .iji; s.,. .j:t [r INSURANCE i., .: Good' Work.Low Prices I .

: ing qualifies us to assur Our Customer Mutt Be : Your Entire House with :: :.. : Dally between 8:30 A.M. and 3:30
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j' : you accuracy and depend ; : t'.. OFFICE S PJ4*-AppototmenH ax accepted ,iZ. It:
: ability in repairs. Satisfied (/ LINOLEUM ". :: :, 518 SOUTIIARD : : from public by SeI Students of r + &:-,
: Whether it is the inexpensive 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 : INLAID i 1..
S STREET
::. the most seven costly seventeen Jewel or S. : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE or ASPHALT TILE :j:t. 3-., iOpposit. Bus,Station. : TheSouthernmost *' a

: jewel infinite car is always S ................................ : School
.......... :. .
: guaranteed. ............................................. : EXPERTLY INSTALLED ;:.1 : ,
: .Phone No. :i of Beauty Culture
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If your watch Is not TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE !: I .
giving you complete sat. DRUM BAR and :-: 9._ '
: Isfaction. why not bring : '; : .523 Southard Street \ ,
,.. it in? Our charges are extremely : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : KeyWest :' .It >- ..4THEf %:' There are a number available with over 800 hours '
: reasonable. ; : : of state approved instruction who know the latest !\
: 825 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 PorterAllen poasei In ,
beauty culture. These student beauticians
: DAN VAROLL "We Defirer" Floor Go. i f? .. : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher ofbeauty I
: WATCH and JEWELRY Covering : .. culture do good work at very low prices. Although
': : Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in T01fJ1'I :
REPAIRING I Company : appointments: are not required It Is advisable :
S, Work Done On Premises _Packaged Goods 130 DUVAL STREET 1XT WEST.FLORXTA- i 1- For Appointment Stop at

) :, ............................... .... .... _.. .....................4 a. .. ......... ........, : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE &:#eST :
515 Fleming Strict .........".....!...e.!.!.!.!e.....!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.! : : : ......e....e.e................................
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..............................:............... *f e f e .e :............ ............................s.. I
"' -. FANS :$500to.s4900: i. KEY WEST HOUSE'MOVERS i
i JOHN CURRY
: When Yon Go ._ : : :707 WHITEHEAD;: bTRLLTA..D. : : -

: Food Shopping '.-.. ...;. : : .. '*+ ': .: T-lfor" (FonDe_'Houj Motet), Manager. :J
.' .. CASH or TERMS ., :
1, Be Sure,to Get . a:. dit ZJ : : : BONDED andi4CENSEpFREE ; ":. '
: i
PLUMBING
.. { "" ". .T1u Fastest : :%. ESTIMATES G1YEf--TELEPHONE., 1512 :
1
i; cc&u4n I Radio : All Work, vGnairanteed: .: :
:
; : Repair ..........e..........:..:......I...a....... : !Installation and Repairs
i: BReAD SERVICE in Soulh Florida : .:...:........:e...:....si.,...:;............ .
: ENRICHED why Par MOT..WM YOU*Cali BUT for LESS ; ALL WORK GUARANTEED i
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MEAD USE?
': and PAY AS YOU ta : -
See Beautiful New Majestic EndTable -
1 i I'M Foundation o/ Today ; : Radio-Phonograph atAl's '.: lIEN'S.P A l\1ITS 2lUS.lpylai 'IUSY'.a1uu" :$745Ladies' 1D. S :: : FREE EST IATES ON REQUEST :
: Call U and Be Satisfied :
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i Music C o. : GREATLY REDUCED-Jast Arrived:WI>.Dresses : Phones 781 and 229-W

s Ii 'S : Let W"'Apat FARJULDO r -.1,.I-...t..:..... PHOlfE 11& ; :. ''fM WHaTe HIT Lam 522 Southard Street :: ,i HAMILTON MERCANTILE. CO ': : ::
: STREET
Pl-: U12 ; 512 MARGARET
eM.AA9t St. *
.....................e..f.....fb ............... :.....**1\ECOBDS*....f.e*.........PHONE.........1081......*...... :..707..*Whlteh....*****4.SU*:.Hear i..eIIS;'; .'.i,..-f1e...,.-.......Sei.. 'i..................................******.**.-


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i LOUISA'S LETTERFew t'I.I" I.611111'

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Fall Aboard
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Dear Girls: I '
McKnight. son of Not long ago I read an article in which the writer made : : ) ,
Mrs. J. McKnight 1403 the statement that the location of a child's home decided whether f' = : '
_Mary
Newton street inform The Citizen or not he would be a criminal or a good citizen when he THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIAL .
in greW up. He backed this statement up with figures from different ,
a letter that he was seriously -
cities showing that 85 percent ol the crimnials were rear.
injured aboard the ed in the part of the city where people .changed homes on an ADVERTISING : I; ; { '
AND COLUMNS
steamship May*21" while Calvin In Montreal Victory Can-on ,average the part of where every four people' onh laved! ?, while* only 15 percahl'came from ; : :{ ;\ ; I ; ,

ada. nicely and.had. more "or.-less ; '
He says he fell three decks, permanent homes., j mothers who areto carefully I YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PEIU'ORS '
s guard our children from evil
landed ''on the main engine and II It is a pity to think of all the: disease and unhappiness to 'hI m
fractured his pelvis. bone and criminals we are now allowingto .
think of these other women who
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left leg and received various j be made in this great '
countryof are so burdened with drudgeryand AN
bruises. lie was treated in St. ours. We shake our heads and! care that they never have: I IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE
Luke's city hospital: and was 1 sigh over the fact but most of' time to read to their chilren or ; _
sent by plane on June 23, to a us arc so taken up with bur have little confidences with
hospital in Norfolk for further own little affairs that we l lei it them. So of these children 5 .
many ,
treatment. go at that. are crowded in one room that -. -' .,. 'coC" .
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McKnight attended St. Jo- We thing of the cost of free there is noprivacy, no personal : ; 'j. _" -- :,' i,:' '. ..'.> .' ...
school in'Key West from '
seph's '
nurseries, kindergartens, recreational ownership or even a small' space. ': '
1925 to 1930.The centers pensions for Most. of them are undernourished .
mothers who are unable to support mentally as well as physically. "
their children and many .
Weather other welfare measures. If only t Is it no wonder that 'so manyof
half the amount we spend on ap- them grow up to be criminalsand
prehending and keeping criminals can we judge a man who has
FORECASTKey ,were spent on the prevention: ben reared in such an environ
of crime we would find that wesn.ed ment as harshly as those! who
West, Vicinity: Cloudy money in the end, not to come from good homes?.
with widely scattered shower!? mention broken lives. :
thunderstorms today tonight Many criminals start their careers i! Address Your Letter. to: t
and Wednesday. Gentle to moderate while the yare still mere I| ""LOUISA". O. BOX :S32.i .
variable winds, mostly babies. Children are most imitative I i Orangcburg. S., C.Twe .
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southeasterly. and are great hero wor- W- '
Florida: Considerable cloudiness shippers, so if the big man or -
: 'with occasional showers and big boy of the neighborhood t: .
thunderstorms over south and I happens to be a slick.thief or a
central portions today through gangster that immediately be- i
Wednesday. Partly cloudy over I I comes the child's ideal. If he
extreme north portion through were in a.different neighborhood(!t Mity aped.. c.at i.
Wednesday with scattered after- orin a home where interesting ,ti
noon showers and thunderstorms.East conversation was carried on, his ',i ALL VITAMINS "
Gulf of Mexico and Jack- ideal'would' probably be a far kaova to be M&ckl to bunuautritioa. r 'i ILLUMINATION
sonville through the Florida different kind of a man. .plus fives sad irom.' i
Straits: Gentle to moderate east On every hand he sees petty t: 72't $2.59. a 1i':
to southeasterly winds today, tonight i thievery; he sees drunkan: 388' $7.95GARDNER'S '- .... ,
and Wednesday. Scattered fathers mistreating their fami- .t ,"
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showers and thunderstorms. I lies, his mother is probably so -- .' -
Jacksonville to Apalachicola: overworked and has so many. PHARMACY .z' : ,
No small craft or storm warnings I I(children that she has no time for I 1114 Division St. Cor. Varela S
have been i issued. him._ PHONE 177 FRES. DELIVERY, S \i ": So all may see .
it Isn't ghastly thing for
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(Observation taken at City Office. S ; : ;- .
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8:30: A.M.. EST) "! tf. : ; ,
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Highest Lowest last yesterday Temperature night __ 74 86; 4-footer. S .' One particular I ectin..o..ilte Classified--serves the

.__.... Mean __ _d___ _._ -no_ 80 outside 6-footer inside! 'i. community!
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Normal n -83 Big space for small homes I '; r .

Total. last'Precipitation 24 hours __ __ .00 ins. by' highlighting c the' way1' "''to immediate sales and the, quick
'Total this month .. '.34 Ins. All-porcelain interior I ,
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Exfess this month .24 ins.
Tota llhis year 13.53 in::. Big sliding ,Hydrator! '

Excess H.I.tin'this l year Humidity__ .. 4.13 ins. Sensational low price! i I satisfaction: of buyers' needs. Each year, millions 'of dollars

at 1:90 A.M. ,.

.' Barometer 73% 1re. Ii of American business are transacted through, the classified

(Sea Level) 8:30 AJ4.t pi8/U .
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30.03 -101G.9 fv

Tomorrow_. Almanac. I 4 columns of the nation's .
Simtfee;; h h u 5:44 a.m. et'1/ \
Sunset ___ 7:20: p.ni. f/JmfJ papers.
Moonrise 6:19: ajn- *.' "
Moonset u 8:34: -p.m. : < ,
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; HAVANA BEATS KEY WEST AT GOLF IN CUBAN CAPITAL- SB -1 S,;


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Cuban Biltmore Country Club lakes .

AMERICANS WIN AT WIMBLEDON f I I
II. Permanent Possession TIGERS GAIN SPLIT PUP WINS THIS GAME

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Havana Biltmore Country NEW YORK. July 6-Detroit Club V. L. Pct. C
club defeated the Key West Golf Pirates won .after a" hard Tigers evened the Fourth of t f Havana _. 58 30 .659 '

club Saturday in Havana, Cuba, tie the ball game at the oat:1 ? ''I July xloublebill: with the Cleve-;t Tampa' .___. 51 36 .586 '! -

by a score of 33-15 to retain per- | field Sunday afternoon:'The J land :Indians yesterday by win-1"I Lakeland hn. nn_ _. n_ .46 42 .523 y

t manent possession of the Sher; I of the game was Roberts, ring 7 to 5, after dropping the''i SL Petersburg 45 43 .511 .

trophy. The Cubans smarting ing for the who fanned first .game w Cleveland, 6-3. i Miami Beach _'noo._ .44 47 .434 .
Marines
under a recent defeat the locals Miami ._. F N.r
by
Philadelphia gained a split .40 48 .455 !l
that tied the series at one 13 batters. I with the Washington Senators I West Palm Beach _...41 51 .446

all, threw their"best niblick Only Juanie Navarro solved 1-3, and 12-5; Boston Red Sox Fort Lauderdale 00 31 59 .314 is'

wielders at the Island City visitors his slants and hit two singles won both games from the New t ----

in order to stop the locals' a double, and a triple. Baker 4y York Yankees, C-5 and 3-7, while t! Major Baseball i
winning streak. I( pitched for the Buccaneers and the Chicago White Sox twice LeaguesAMERICAN .
The match \vas played over allowed trimmed the St. Louis Browns, !
the luxurious spacious Biltmore seven hits. Baker fan- 3-2 and 5-4. j Club- W. L. Pet. fit.

golf tourse. Inability to solve ned 6 and wallked none. Robert In the National, the Boston Cleveland ....42 25 .627 I 4 4T.

the grens, was the partial reason walked eight and that was his Braves:won the nightcap, 4-1 after ; Philadelphia .. .44 29 .603 II

for the downfall of the locals. "'downfall.In' dropping one to the New New York ..._ .1 29 .586 ;
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There was to be a second 18-1 the seventh with three :York Giants, 6-5; Pittsburgh' Boston 33 32 .522 g' :
hole contest played Sunday af- 'i on M Pirates'won' the"opener from Detroit 33 37 .471 s:' 1 .,
and two out Juanie < 1+ r
hit t
triple
ternoon, but a tropical down-,L'and'! a k ) Cincinnati Reds, 10-3, but drop-* Washington 32 38 .457 I IW J
pour concelled out play for the won the game for ,the ped thq second, 6-4; the St. Louis St. Louis .... 25 42 .373 -.------ --'"-- -

day. l'Pirates. 4 L, ," Cardinals, defeated the Chicago; Chicago :__-__._23 43 .348 CA&Wir PhV M"
lf' Kronlage of the Marines hit a ,, Cubs, 6-3 and 3-2 move 1',I'
Those Key Westers winningtheir 'f ? ; ; to into I-; NATIONAL SIX.ttAR.OLD JANET BROOKS hides her ice cream cone,
individual matches were: ,j I,homer travelled to at deep least left 420 center feet.that It PL 'second plac, while the. Dodgers!J k Clubf::. V' \-t7.L.; ,' Pct.I from curious Lena Volpe. 2. Woadlyns.:. If. Jw Saturday while, I
Joe Lopez. ; Al-j swept a pair from the Philadelphia -}:,'Boston; .,., .. 41 30. 377 the
George Valdez 1,:was one of the longest hits ever Phillies 4-3 t.-j- ; } Whitey. neighborhood pup. 'enjoys tie game and the hot
ton ? ;, and 10-1.
Park ; Dr. made at the stadium. 5s. j t tI (,St. L3\vps'lfV: :_..:lg-3S 31 '.551 i weather refresher without tipping his han
i Jack Hayes, Norman D. Artman; -'i:' -.x .-- ,tse b,'.u. ._ I I I AMERICAN LEAGUE: j-Pittsburgh, s37 31 ..54.1t i
Claude Valdez. made i' L-ri- .
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Ben Freer, George Carey; C. E. ) First Game :New York :"
wonderful for the Piratesas (AP Wirephotos.via.Radio from London) : .4: : .500
plays '
Smith, and Fred Mathews tied did J. Navarro and Acevedo R. H. E.|\,Philadelphia ____..._.._36 38 .486 Softball Games The human: heart is not J C3te their opponents. All other Key ;and for the losers. Mumbles IN TOP PICTURE Louise Brough (left) of Beverly Hills. Call if.. Cleveland __t 661 'Brooklyn _..___._. 135 .470 t the left side as commonly;?

West teams were defeated by :Norcick and Kronlage starred. holds silver plate emblematic cf victory after winning women's Detroit __n __ ....___-.'... 390'l" ,Cincinnati ... ._.___32 39 ,451 supposed, but near the center ''at;
their hosts. i singles tennis finals and British championship at Wimbledon. i At Park the body in the thorax
I Score: R. II. E. | Lemon and Hegan; Houteman. I Chicago _2941 .414 Tonight cbvity;\.
Low ball scores turned in by Marines .. 012 102 000-6 7 1 England. Saturday. the defeated Doris Hart .(right) of Miami. Overmire, White and Swift, : between the lungs.
the locals were listed as follows: .. Fla.. 63. 86. Dowager Queen Mary (seated center) made the Wagner Softball
llirates 001 120 30x-7 6 0 I I I Leaanies j Softball scheduled for
Joe Lopez Harry Knight 70; j|: Roberts and Evanich Baker 'presentation to Miss Brough. At bottom. Bob Falkenburg (right) 'Second Game games WEEPY Oft DRY j
; I I tonight at Bayview Park. In the
Humber Mira,, James Mira 74 ClawA"
; .and Navarro. of Hollywood. Calif., winner of the men's singles. is ongratulated R. H. E. I
George Valdez Alton Park 75-; _____ Club- W. L. Pet. first game, Adams Dairy wwill'play ECZEMA-RASH
'[j' Home run: Kronlage three- by John Bromwich of Australia whom he defeated 75. Detroit ___ 7 12 0 !I
; i -Vets i
the of
Dr Jack Hayes, Norman D. Art- Bob's ____18 1 .947 Foreign Wars ,
Sport Shop
Cleveland __ _____.__ 561 '
,.base hit: Navarro; twobahit: 0-6. 6.2.-Ii. 7-5. I IBol's J I d It is that Claude Val- e Enjor the soothnf and com/ort- .
expected
man 77: "C. E. Smith red Mathews ': VFW _. ... .
10 8559
Navarro; stolen bases: Kronlage, .__ ____ __ ___ _.._. I Hutchinson, New house r and! h. --- l dez will start for Vets and ; 9 lag medication of GGray' Oint-'m
78; James Cooper James'Hartzell Swift Zoldak, Feller. Gromek/1 1I' I Adams Dairy ...________ 5 13 .278 I I ;; mcnt while pleasant antiseptic ..
j rBaker, Acevedo; time of game: ; "Sue" Griffin for the nine. aid In letting rid of irritation'.
Dairy (
83; Bob Knowles Kleiman and Tipton, Hegan. : SubRon 4 ___.________ 4 15 .214 ';
Charles Salas 84; Curry Harris r' 2.00. Sports Shut Out I i In the nightcap, eternal rivals GRAY'S OINTMENT
Class "B"
First Game
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William Curry 84; Bob Spotts- j will cros'; bats. the Flyers and ,
l.'Jub-
Helium is non-inflammable be- RH.E. W. L. Pet.{the Elks will be it out i i'as
wood. Tony Demeritt 85: James].i cause it is "unsocial" and will Washington _...-.--___.___.---. 380 I Elks Club _._..._______ .12. 5 :.70BKantor's I usual. Henson and fighting Joe Lewis
Jack Sellers 87 Orlando I
Jones ; SubRon Four Last Philadelphia ___ __ 1 s 6 ,2 Men's Shop ..10 8 .559 !
elements.
not combine with other Night h.-- -- ----- will hook in another pitchers'battle.
Roche, Ralph Faraldo 89 Ben up Roberts office
; i C. Helium is the only element Haefner Thompson and Early;l I VX-1 Flyers ___.___. 8 9 .471 i I supplies

Freer Moore,Geroge Bob Saunders Carey 91 91; ; Hugh Bill-tat does not solidfy when subjected f ,Coleman and Qos ir. .'i Naval Hospital l"..._,1_. 5 13 .278.j If the Flyers win, they will and Equipment .
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KAI fTOn! S MEN'S\ SHOP Betted Game .
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Dunn Robert Dopp. 92; Leo to near-zero temperatu es.Those i.. .I : .T/ 'I get within 'one game of Kantor's 126 Duval St. Phone 250
I f' ] __JL. JL 260
92 Octavio I R. H. K Chicago I land three and a half from first ,
Recto Ignatius
Lopez Lester; 101. -' making the trip from WINS" FROM NAVAL Philadelphia. ____'00'__ ______ 12 14 $J Ji t Staley and Baker. ;.Ham [place. i Royal Standard and

I The Westers enter- Key West.; ed City creation: : i Washington -..4------.. 5 9 2, ner, Chipman, ; Chambers and I Elks have to win to be three ,, Portable Typewriters:
Key I
tained lavishly by were their hosts, Mr. and MMrs**'Joseph LoPe : f4lOSWTi\L BV) :.SCOREOF :rMaiphpdon.\ ; .$, age and Franks; Walker. !full games from Kantor's. _New and Used Adding Ma-

who made that the Americans Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight, t Scarborough, Ty elteroth, Harrist- First Game 1 '' thins Safeguard ChcckWrttrs '
sure in1-;I i:Humbert Mira. James Mira, Program .1 7 TO 4 !.Candini", Thompson and Evans,' R. H. E. ? .Rental Typewriters and
theU.S.
wqould enjoy their stay > ( .. ..., ____.____ : The Bureau [of mines; in
George VaJdej.Jtfr-jandMrs. AJ, . ., ., .. rie'f1 Brooklyn 00 4.9 1 Adding Machines .Combina
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the 'Island Republic Tht < -ley'Westers o : 'Department of was ,
were met by private ton Park 'Dr.' and *Mrs. Jack Insthe'first t,ame Itt BfAis? t. t r t a l'srfCatne 'i Philadelphia. _______.__ 371 set in 1910. tion Cash Register and Adding :
cars at the Aerovias'Q airport in;k.:Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. SOFTBALL i{ boys won in.the very first frame R. H. E. Hat ten, Palica, Ramsdell' and'I l up ;;; Machine' Metal Files Desks

Havana Saturday morning. 'Artman. Bob Spottswood and t Bavriew Park. Night i J'when CFasado hit a triple and; Boston ,-_,_ 6 10 Q Capanella; Leonard and Sem- i. Executive Chain
Aj ;
I sister Mrt Nicholas Mr. ,NewYofk.1 5 11 0.U inick. Williams, Lamanno; Bonham,
: whey Bcored ,
I short sightseeing trip through TONIGHTir < .vbfn y\cevedo beat out aroller -
|i"| |. ; Higbe. and niZgef ld. j jI |
and Mrs. Demeritt. 1 GaWHbuse Second Game -
Anthony and ,
: Krfifiier}
1 scored Teb/
the fabulous estates in the Coun-I First Game-Adams Dairy vs. : They 'four i In the I
Charles E. Smith, Mr and Mrs. betts; Raschi!, Drews -and Berral *. -R. H. E.,
try .club area was made enroute VFW. \ second on three hits, two walks AIIIIIIU0UiU00U1W10101N11lllIIW. ..:
Fred Mathews, Bob Knowles, Lollar. Brooklyn Xf--___-.-10 14 1 i BOONE PISTOLThe
to the Havana Biltmore Country Second Game VX-1 Elks
Club. Lunch was served both I Charles Salas, Curry Harris Mr. Club. v vs.. H '/nd ,Jwo errors" .,% : .' .: t t .Second Game ;.i, Philadelphia, _:l"It..'.-..-.. 1 5 1
the Key West golfers and their I and Mrs. William Curry, James I f! III the--tixthi he y: scored threeon J ) R. II. E. Barney and Capanella; Rowe, .J4AllMARK.

ladies at the club. Then follow Cooper, James Hartzell, General THURSDAY three infield hits and one Boston ....._.__ 870 Hue&jer: and'-Lakemnn CARDS
ed the International match Jim Jones. Jack Sellers Hugh First Game-VFW vs. Bob'sSport tin the 7th on a pass ball ;and an New York _____ _____- 7 10 0 First Game I
which was won by Havana 33- I Moore, Bob Saunders, Commander Shop. error. I Harris, Galehouse and Batts; R. ]H. E.. ..Ne.rs. 0 Model New

15. I and Mrs. Bill Dunn, Second Game-Kantor's Men'sShop At bat Al Acevedo hit three Embree, Gumpert; Page and Ber-I Pittsburgh _.___ -___..- 10 16 (0] Toys O Sundries I
Robert Dopp, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius vs. VX-1. !I safely and Casado hit two. 'For ra, Lollar. Cincinnati _.__.___._..__..- 361 II Target
After play, the locals were Lester Mr. and Mrs. Oc FRIDAY ? the :losers, Smith and Downen. First Game Lombardi* and Kluttz; Fox," I Air Pistol
dined at the club and were also tavio Recio Mr. and Mrs. Ben First Game-SubRon 4 vs. each'hit two safely.' ; R. H. E. Cress Hughes and Lamanno. The HOBBY SHOP !

given a cocktail party that night Freer- Mr. and Mrs. George Adams Dairy. j In the field, Huffman, Fonte Chicago ., 380 Second Game Priced S395at
and then taken to the Sans Sou- Mr. and Game-Elks Club and'Powell the best for the ---" 1105 Division Street Phone
Carey, Orlando Roche Second vs. were St. Louis 2 12 1 R. H. E. "I . .
ci night club as guests. Mrs. Faraldo. Mr. and Naval HospitaL losers and Casado, Acevedo and .. .
s. Ralph | Papish, Grove and Robinson; Cincinnati .,_-- 681 TROPICAL TTRADER
Sunday at noon, a Spanish Mrs. Glynn Archer, Leo Lopez. MONDAY | Mir for the winners. "jFannin, Widmar and Moss. Pittsburgh ____._._.__._ 462! Open Sun. 8 A.M.. to
style luncheon was served to the 'R I 71S Duval St. Phone 110 00
Score H. E. .
Missed Putts: : and I .
First Game-Kantor's Men's'Shop Second Game Wehmeier Gumbert. Fox .mnnlDmll1lnmwmll. lhilMA8A001IUlf
Key Westers, and the second 18 This one is on Curry Harris. Elks Club. i Bob's 140 003 1-9 10 0 I _. .. ..
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After
hole round started. the t Curry was telling the group at Second Game VFW vs. Sub- Subron 4 000 000 0-0 7 3 Chicago _. 5 15 3
forced curtailment of play 'the Aerovias Q airport Monday Ron 4. ,|. Hancock and Walker; Bremmer --:-:-
locals were guests at a banquet i I St. Louis ...,,___;- 4 12 2I
I( afternoon that a near tragedy ; JULY 13-' -a; 'and PowellThreebase I Grove and .
Moulder Gillespie,
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in their honor that night.
1| happened to him. He, said that a hit: Casado; stolen
At the Harris First Game-Naval Hospital Tresh. Robinson: ; Sanford, Biscan
banquet Curry little colored boy had smashed vs. VX-1 Flyers. I bases: Castro 2, Walker..Barber,, DE SOTOthe
1 that lets
talk and Partee. drive
Delivered a well-received( 1
in which he thanked the Cubans!I four of the bottles that he had Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. Hernandez; struck out: by Han- car you ,
(purchased for friends. What infuriated Bob's Sport Shop. cock 5, by Bremmer 5; bases on..1 NATIONAL LEAGUE:
for
his heart
from the bottom of
Harris was the fact that : balls: off Hancock 2. off Brem-
JULY
15 J ,
the Armando hospitality Paz shown.president of the 1|I,r he had told the Cuban" boy in First -Game-Naval Hospital mer 5; double plays: Bremmer,to i First Game R. H. ET Without shifting (
to "Get Acevedo to
'Spanish away Powell to Stenger
Havana Biltmore club, delivereda vs. Kantor's Men's' Shopt i New York _..- 611 0 u
James Mira: "What did .you Second Bob's Sport Mira; time of game: 1.10; um- __ 0'I
welcoming speech to the Key Game.- Boston .._____ 5 12
: say to him SubRon 4. pires: Villareal and. Griffin; scorner
Shop vs. i Konikow.
Westers in Spanish. Harry Curry Harris: "1 said, 'VamosaClui' 'I Hartung. Kennedy.
Knight of the locals, and R. de ". JULY .16- J : Aguilar. Jiansen.-TTink: and Cooper, Livr

Cardenas of the Biltmore group," Jimmy :Mira: "Curry, you did First Game-VX-1 Flyers V5.1 I ski; Hansen, Trinkle and Cooper "
likewise the Elks Club. Frank Tynes made his ClassB ; Sain and Salkeld.
spoke at bbanquetIndividual not tell him to 'go away', you Livingston;
foursome scores ". Second Game-VFW vs. Adams debut and was touched for:j j Second Game
told him to 'come here ,
were as follows: Curry Harris: "He knew what Dairy. five hits. Sweeting held the;! R.H.E. i !J

l Joe Lopez. Harry Knight 3;..I meant even if I didn't say It .1 Hospital to two hits. At bat..Las- Boston 490
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Joe Fernandez J. S. Aguilera'O. right.1!; JUNIOR SOFTBALL tres hit two safely. Nelson, and f New York ----.i---------- 160 = .!
Humbert Mira. James Mira 0; Mr. and Mrs. William Curry Bayview Park Afternoonand Moore got the only hits" off t Voiselle and Masi; hC 31o. Trin-

Jimmy Fenton, A. G. Mendoza 3, were the hard luck twosome of Morning j, '"Sweeting. kle, Hansen and Livingston. ,
George Valdez Alton Park 2i; the Key Westers. The Currys Daily play. In the field the best were NelsOn First Game -
Jack Conill, R. de Cardenas 1. weren's able to 'pick up their Shadley, Burke. for the los- R. H. E. ,

Dr. Jack Hayes, Norman: D. baggage until the following day: TENNIS 1' .,.crs. Lastres Kerr and Fleitas. s I St. Louis ___ 610 0

Artman 3; J. Henares, Juan Car- after arrival due to a mixup Barriew Park. Afternoon starred. Chicago .- -. 391
vajal 0. I Score: R. H..Eo Wilks. Staley and
A That was bad enough but the :; and Night I I Dickson, I

Bob Ii; C.Spottswood.Calvet, Lut Tony Aguilera Demeritt 2.- checking worst was in yet at the to Ocean come.hotel On II Daily play.- ;I l Hospital*ntor's __ __._1= 412 001 OOx-7 201-4 5 2 3 1 I I Rice Scheffing.; Schmitz. Dobernic and. .Now b rings you the amazing new ./5. '.

C E. Smith. Fred Mathews Friday night they wwere'told that i F. Tynes and Shadley; E Second Game
1 1-2; E. J. Rodriguez, D. Saenz their reservations were in' error i SKATING I Sweeting and Fleitas, Grif f en- 'I R. HSt E.

1 12. and so they spent the nightat ,Bayvlew Park. Night Two-base hits: Solombn, Nelson /. Louis __ -. 5100 Tires" mounted .
I Bob Knowl Charles Salas 0; the Lincoln Hotel. The following -. FRIDAY I j ; stolen bases: Lastres 2, Super-Cushion on .tlj. I
J, A. Mestre Eddy Lopez 3. day. while on a sight- 1:00 to 9:00: P.M }I I j i Griff en, Meador; struck out: by f\: \.

Curry Harris William Curry Seeing trip. Bill informed the 'Tynes 2, by-Sweeting 7; bases on > .

1-2; A. Zeledon, S. Miralles 2 chauffeur that he had to be at BASEBALL ,. I r I balls: off Tynes 3, off 5w tin g BROADWAY j aety.Rim! Wheels for greater 1
12. the club at 2 p. m. that afternoon Municipal Stadium. Afternoon umpires; : Griffen and Villareal;
James Cooper, James Hart to tee.off. The sight-seeing SITNDAY r time of game: 1.15; scorer: Agui- ,
zell 0; J. M. Carvajal, Onelio guide was late getting back to First Game-PiraJes j vas< Ma- lard CIGAR STORE .
and comfort ,1
Medina 3. town and in a made .rush rines. j protection more
Gen. James Jones, Jack Sel- brought him to the Golf Club. Second Game Clowns vs. 610 Duval Street :, .
lers 0; A. Codinach. J. E. Palomino After the driver drove off, Bill Service Nine. COME and SEE OUR
3.Jrugh. realized that he was at a golf Army Barracks. Afternoon : ifAVARRO I
Moore Bob 'Saunders club, but oddly enough it was SUNDAY QUALITY MEATS COMPLETEBASEBALL -
1.%; H. Meleros M. Dominguez the wrong golf club. Then followed First Game-Atomic .Bombersvs. ,

3. another fast taxi cab SubRon 4. Groceries-Vegetables .y
Bill Dunn, Robert Dopp 0; J. drive to the Biltmore. Bill was Second Game-Scorpions: vs. Inc. .
Barroso Osv. Medina 3. too late to play, but this time Conchs. We Carry SCOREr I : ,
Ignatius Lester Octavio Redo -I luck was with him. While he e.

Ben 0; ML Freer Digat. S. Soqurolax 3.2 rested at the club, his fellowclub A pharos (lighthouse for guiding Adams Dairy Ice Cream POPULAR BRANDS of I KEY WEST, FAA:""'
George Carey
members were on the seamen) takes its name from ,
1-2 P. Chabeu. Gonzalez !.!. iVotr Open lo the Public
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course getting a thorough the ancient light towers on the Cigars and Cold
Orlando Koche. Fatal i ,. ;. ."
Ralph i drenching. The course was soCjwet island of Pharos in the harbourof Jane and Shine No.2
do. 1; J. L. Baruff p. Gonzalez that Commander Dunn Alexandria, EEgyptubserme ;j I I I Hit the Jackpot" Every Tuesday. 9:30 P.M. StationTUESDAY W.C.83.
2 "I could have berthed the Gilmore I SJS Eaton SL Phone 1342 Soft Drinks .: ;_ .
Leo Lopez 0 Dr. 3. I J
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fat any tee. to The Citizen. i,I _

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THER'ijAiuNGWILL Hatfield Foss Back Af
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ItemsBy S ., 'I I back here'Thursday from similar Africa, sleep with their eyes
Society \ Away Sir TQ Extended Tour Of : cruises to provide the crews open, and walk on the tips of

I.. SUCCEED FR. JOHNSON ,; go I;:with' recreation. ,__ their toes.Mouse .

JESSIE GIBSON I I.I.Ilead Civic Body;j i USS Foss,. a destroyer. Which Christopher Lathan Sholes is deer, often only 12 or

tmlmuiulninnonumnmmmliouuulmmmnnimumulmmnunnmimmuunuunmuuu minunmulnmr ,Former IVavy Oiaplaui'Comiiig Jf --- has been in northern waters for generally considered to have invented 15 inches high,. are belived to be

Key West Players Entertain f Here., To TakePlace I DANNY/ O'BIt1ANTy "I Col. G. D Hatfield. president an Key extended West Sunday.period returned The Foss tp writer in the 1867.first modern type- I i i the the world.smallest hoofed animals- in

I BREAKS WRIST INI of the Key West Civic Improvement came here from Washington.She -- --- -

Friends A t Barn Lawn Party 'Of tat: -Johnson I ,FALL FROM TREE I Association, is leaving the will join the Surface Anti-
city to be six weeks antj.it Submarine Development Section
gone
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The Key West Players ei tcr-.,. | Commander and Mrs.= Carl john'-* Of Catholic Church. i.I Danny' .O'Briaht.. 12yearoldson ,was announced today that during here. THREE HOTELS IN lAlfl\ \ at POPULAR PRICES
tained at supper last night on i son. Comdr. and Mrs. W. Al MOST of Tlev. and Mrs. A. D. USS Requin,. submarine stationed '
the barn theatre lawn. Follow- I : loirs. Tn"eReY: /J epn'. ,Maring,. a O'Brlant. is in the Municipal his absence Joseph Sirugo, d'been here returned from Havana Located in the Heart ot the City
teller
Comdr. and Breeder
ing the supper charades were I ; former Navy chaplain and now Hospital with fractured wrists named vice chairman ,to over the 4th of July weekend; the RATES WRITE or WIRE
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played, under the direction of :XlqJfmeJ iAda; ; !f t.| Lj, rinton. 'at SacrettJUe fV'Churcn, Tampa; sustained.in a fall from a coco- serve. as head of the organiza-' Sea Robin a submarine got REASONABLE ROOMS\ for RESERVATIONSwith
Bowman Cutter. Colonel and Mrs'Pace,f Comdr. 'will-relieve he "If tttJ/-H- JohntonTfaf : nut VI ree' 'in Bayview Park yesOypters tion. ''. here early today from St Petersburg BATH and TELEPHONE
Out.:f-town guests ranged and) -Mr EU; Vinockj t': ; () jC$t. 1rfIi't') Star,of .1teg: ay. i; It also was announced today where she went. for .the
from Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gris- ]p r. and MJ-s. Erying: Scott, .!i they ScarCathOlicf I ; Cl dtCh' this I i that the association has apPointed weekend. Ford \
wold who were down from Miami Colonel and Mrs. Cayanaugh'of -'t 4feke' r T t I T'I the'"m 1 a committee to investigate Tomorrow 'the USS PCS-I335 Pershing Miller
over the holidays, to representatives Ft. Myers Commander[; and Mra..I It 'is; ,allSann of Hotel 1
product
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'\1tU: Dttf+ ''Nfphi' stant American" fish--, by the Florida Keys Aqueduct Hotel
of the British Navy. E. J. Quinby Mrs. Emlin Brown; .tt: ; i 1 I ''
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Mrs. Morgan Harris, wife of Mrs. Frank Bowser, ,Mrs. Elea: j pastor of.St:,Mary' Star of the mehaden Salmon. comes second;; commission. Named on the committee been named treasurer of the 'as- 80 3rd St. 226 NX. lit AT*. 229 NE. 1st AT*.
'I I 'a'Ch"rch. will :to. Sacred I third; cod, fourth; and were Capt. Ralph D. Rooms 100 Rooms '
gfv the I
the .new.executive officer of' So- nor Dowski. Comdr, and Mrs., I halibut.-fifth. -sedation it was announced. Elevator 80 Rooms
nar School presided over the Tom Suddath. Mr. and Mrs: Heart Church in Augusta,. GeorIgia. Spalding. city manager;< Claude The next meeting of the asso Elevator
.hot dog roasting. The refreshment -'Ralph E. Hartensiine. Mr.. and j I I The Rev, ,M. 1C Cronin;now In Danish I[: Raines and Lee Goddard-secre ciation 'wrill be held at 8'p. m. Solarium Heated Elevator
committee consisted of Mr. Mrs. H. A. Gibson Comdr. and<;: with the Gesu Church in Miami "merchants', Copenhagen means I tary of the association. Friday in the County. Court- 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATIONi'
'and Mrs. David Newton. Mrs. j Mrs. Frank Ramsey, Mrs. .Mom- ,I will succeed Father Murphy here.ather haven. .i.' Mrs.' Clarence Sweeting, has house., .
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Greer Smiley, Mrs. Roland Gou- ("son Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jack- Johnson 'has receivedhis -

let Mrs. Rob Roy Ricketts, and 1 son Sir Charles Madden comI --. orders transferring him to *
Mrs. Lee Goddard. I mander of HMS, Battleaxe. and J San Antonio, Texas, where he
Others attending were: Cap- I;Lt. Comdr. Blackwood. Lt. Hart will serve at Our' Lady ofGiiar-, I
tain and Mrs. Cecil Adell. Captain ;,* ris, Lt. Ridler. Lt. Lanyon Lt.:'J deluopc* Parish :: < .' + "*};; >) :
and Mrs. Arch McFaddenand Somdr. Smith Lt. Ellis, Lt. : ether Jehnson'ckmeisto.Key; 5[ i -' -. { : "
daughter, Annamaria. Mr. Comdr, Battersby, Lt. Joly,' Lt.J West hi' 19431:,\n"Jilt:hive:years >: ,
'and .Mrs. George Mills White Barrett. Sub-Li.' Trowbridgc. 'of htf has served Jim,'De hits been"; ;pw; 1 11t
Captain and Mrs. C. E. Triebel. HMS ,Crossbow. 1 active in y.avtJr'*o4.The, Catholic
Youth ,CcnIer'was.established -: ;,::: f.: .: : '.' .
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1 in Duval* ;stret"-.largely! >, ';' 1' _'\ "
Garden through his efforts.-- "".. !' ':
Club Is IntinutteGlimpses v / I '
\ 1 TathejJohnson: hadtodetlinc; .i ; ,
To Get 'OutlineQf'WorkPhm' kosei e;on.the,"KeyNest uni4i0alf3Ascitaf -:.
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There's ho doubt abogt it. a' ; : .
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'* 1 Key West girl will'lure her hus- J.dwelkJl \:)' : i oj'
The recently organized Gar. band back to the "Ole'Rock"t :', :, .:, ,.. :: -<, .\', ''i ;1
den club will hold a meeting: every chance: she gets.. So /Mr,: ,
tm. Wednesday, July 7 at 8 p. m,. and Mrs. Jim Flenner (sties;. the Spo iy Q d,:(! ::1 I wI
in the Woman's Club building,, former Betty Anne Pierce) are: I II s _._
op Duval street. i visiting her parents Mr. and< To:PhiladelphiaJohn J { II
The officers elected for the s Mrs. Lewis Pierce 1421 White
coming year will be presented I I street. Jim has.just finished two O\t ,; ', 'I'I
.to'.Ihe.'members'and an' outline; I weeks' reserve- training; Lake- Spottswood .will leaveKey
of some of the work planned for hurst. New: 'Jeney.Up' in ,the,. West ate .this week: for
the year will be given by Mrs.'J I air" as he was when he was stationed -; Philadelphia Vfh.ertf'f.< .he,- will I
William R. Warren, club presi- j at Boca Chica. serve. as p- pasSistarit.: 'sergeant f r
dent. I County Engineer and 'Mrs.' of the Demeoratic.NttiohaJ'Con;
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'The committee on constitution i I Cliff Bailey. who arc vacation vention, it'was'' announced, ;V>*'.I

and' ""by-laws: will read a report .' ing ,in. Ray ,Navarro's at.Grassy day. '* ';/ v./-: : : I Y
,for adoption) by the membersof Key, claim that for the "
the club." Bowman Cutter is past three weeks Ray has tried TODAr','5iInTMDX11'5 I
serving as chairman of this I'to I take them on .a verbal tour ,
(Know Anferica .
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mmitteev with Mrs Cyril Mar- of the Island City,.a la his sight ,
shall and Mrs. Lee Goddard as seeing bus, but try as.' they 'will Dr. Donald {:R- Young; new
co-members, Mrs. Warren says: they can't get beyond Ihe1 fran- general cctor'"at, 'the;, Russell
,"No organization can be of ginani tree. ", Sage. Foundation; New.: ':York,. t
more value to community than I suppose it stands .to reason born at 'M cong e.* P'aStf'y'carsl: { ; !

Garden- Club. The'organiiationby that in ,summer folks' fancy ago. !
;; no, means,leans toward a so- nautrally would: '. turn; .' ',to ,U,, 's. Siftr :*"* -. t'abgj\
cial rating. It is' broad in con- thoughts of vacations 'just as Lodge of Massachusetts ";born
cept: and welcomes its members tin spring a young man's* fancy Nahent. Mass, 46Y.e rsi:i bri' .- j
from all groups of citizenry. I tuns to thoughts .The-Sha- I :Dr. :'John. H. .No, .hup-' tamedmedical

'"Key West needs a Garden lOOn Newlands' fit the.telephone c' ientfst.Qr': ;Rocke-J. -J
Club and it is hoped that all interested company' and Pine streetleft. feller Institute" for\M IQil..Re- J
citizens will make an last week 'for-) a.look. at the search. barh.'iri. Yonkers! '"N,
effort,, to attend the, meeting to- soothing sights of Miami taking : 57'Years' ago.Fre4erick'Lewij.. '
niorrow night and lend their things bit.1 rthcz::. Lt. and Mrs.: .Allenbf N Y'j a
efforts toward the creation of a H. W. Dawson of the. USS Mcd-- York, ,magazine, ; editor! fam

more beautiful Key West." {'reaJ.; left\,"' Thursday: 'formonth's : a author' ,,'borir in' -Boston- -' -,'*M.r". ears-. .
vacation, Marktree, ago: "v ; ;;" ,1 J
Arkansaj. There is a'rumor that JacobFrance*, board chairman J -
British. FeteLocal they expect to find a new car of,, .Mtd{ .-Conlinent; ; ,Pe\rvoleum\ ; .. .;' : An orange '"

'' before they-. .return, and acquiring : Baltimore,. barb' .in .Baltimote' ,, 66;, evei'Yboltfa"
Officers :t it is worth staying away ;years-'ago. .. -' : ,"_ nee Created by
even from Key West for awhile. ,Dr-: Judah LMignes.: long- d Cobbs, famoUs
Saturday afternoon the officers Key King wife of Lt. Ira King, time president. ;bf "theV'iiebrewUnlversityr : ds co 0 on 1ttflttl for Florida fruits
of the two British vessels l I I ordnance officer of the Subma Jerusalem; .now .
now in training with the Key back in, thq United'States., born
rine Base leaves today for a a =
West 'Naval Base, entertainedthe two-weks stay in Sioux City, |in ;San Francisco 71 years, ago. fouhip rep! Has that rich
officers on shore duty and Iowa. D,': Jlerber Sn Gaserdirector"" n tb !>t o f Y orange taste

with the vessels afloat here onboard of-the:, Rockefeller" Institute. : fpr e.f tuft OD tli Illitti s,, ,
1IMS Battleaxe and//I[r SWIMMING PARTY}' Medical-Research' ,.boVn. Platte- S Of x I s oe
Crossbow. The British officers I i ville; Wisw- 0 ,years ago, / S ort dq a r
served cocktails ,and dined the I 1 i Servicemen were hosts Friday '"RevV: Pi. Alva-J. Bt sted.-Baptist a an t
American officers. {1 I evening to a group of junior clergyma ,.one time-iliiefaf: >, rink
Previously the American officers hostesses at the U. S. Naval Sta- army chaplains: : born--. :.FindJay J .. : pd
had been hosts to the &ri- tion swimming pooL Lake, N. Y.72 }-ears:ago'::' .tMONDAY. +
fish officers at the ort Taylor I I I In the party were Dutch Fra- ;t 9 at
Officers' Club. i zier[ EN2; Mike Vonesh- TE2, ,' JULY ,**< 1341, -' t
Steve Buckweitz S2, Dick Jar- .' 1' : jy0t
rett. S2. Elder Andrews. SN. Ralph :Morgan actor, born in the NEW
It's
Apply To Wed Birdie Lou Lowe. Edith Knuck New York City 6p:xear&' ijSVjt.
t Niles'! 'Trajnmel! ;"pjgS'' tnTjfNational I '
| M-iry Saunders, Marina Sikes Cobbs'drinkJTlt's M d f
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Broadcasting born tnMarett o0
An application for a marriage Sylvia Sanchez and NCCS Executive nd9
license was filed Saturday in the Secretary Eileen S. Coughlin. .:..GaHryjev:: !*" Bf 6.rHarry _.4 ood
T, Sinclair i ptsldent of 3: 9
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office of County Judge Ray- fresh tasting
mond R- Lord by Gerard Sinclair Oil, born Jn Wheeling, :' Sfull, of .
Aurelc. 23T.: bf the U S.: Na\-Mare-I CLUB TO'MEET W. Va.. 72 years ago. ." ,. '" : goodness
I .Edwin i ,B, Wilson executive Florida: ,Orange
Adoree 111 :
19 of Si-j
Rodriguez ,
monton street. I\ :The Q icers'lyiees' Club will .editor of' the Brooklyn. YEagle Fl ORAing
| hold' 'its rtgular: bi-monthly born! : 'in Brooklyn, 57
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I{ luncheon in the c commissioned years ago.Roger f,
GIRLS officers' mesS, Ft- Taylor, Fri W. Babson of Babson
MEET TOMGIIT; day. July 9. Park Mass, famed statistician, L
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A meeting of the Key West''1 Mrs. Dangle Redwine will be born at. Gloucester Mass. 73 t'S $ whe n
Assembly No. 13 Order of the hostess. A Songs of the Island" years ago.i i'v"' j gay 1 cb er ,,, D Yo lU get
Rainbow for Girls, will be held program will be presented. Ralph S. Damon; president ofq ) t l1 Vey e ,, RIN ',D d rY
in the Scottish Rite Temple at 7 American Airlines.; born Frank- j[ o th s NOT CARBO RI '
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o'clock tonight at which time lin N. .H:: 51 .years ago. I .p
Miss Patricia Ann Douuhtry.i Reese H. Taylor,' president of
grand musician of the Grand As- ; Union Oil of California, born in E Rrl
sembly of Florida will be the | Los Aneeles,. 48_years ago.: :
honored Leo Friedlandcr of New York I t tc..ri
guest. i -- --- '1
Founder's birthday also will be t eminent scijlptor;: born in'New
observed. I Soft to Etfceridgcs York sa'years _.0. t

Capt. and :Mrs. J. T. Ethridgeof I nu tr .
1.. Ft Peoria.. Illinois, is named 'after t.cossstMr ar
NCC3; ; PROGRAMMrs. Sensing Georgia, annnunce .the r ,
I the birth of a son, July 1. Indian designation for Mary Graham of theI place '
Mrs. Ethridge is the former of fat,, beasts' 'a.
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NCCS operating committee as- I
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J Miss Kathryn Johnson daughter rof ,- ,
sumes charge of the NCCS .
pro- t41 ,
Mr. and Mrs: Johnson (1
Raymond iuiiiJ
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gram during the absence of Executive S'p. .

Coughlin; Secretary' on vacation Eileen this S. 1402, Petronia 'street. I;YES, We Have 'rt.COLORED /" 4 ,

months y '. WILL, YOU SMILE? '
Mrs. Graham will have the assistance ) TAPES r

: of a staff of senior hostesses j Measuring Stick .fl 'FORD 4l
comprising: the Mesdames i '
Edward F. Knuck. Vera Wood At duk, Eph came i in. from for YourVENEfJA1V'LINDS... a-i: : :' -- 4:

Mlspah Pierce and also the con- 1 1Jtitu the field to find his friend"Eras-' ; I ,#

eng Joe committee Kaufman which includes I onus waiting for him. I. to Match Any Color Schm/1I!| ) !;
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ME2. Edith
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am tired. Vo Incrfiutt Price" 1 5-
Knuck. and Michael Vonesh. ]Eph!: complained. ; -
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PAINTING +
"Whut been
youall adouiT"asked '
Erasmus.: TAPING t A
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.OFF TO RICHMOXD/ conomoiKQ I
Well you see, explained' Eph, ;
Mrs. Hilary Crusoe and daughter. Paw's been a-settin out fence P? { FLDAOT"1

.Helm are leaving for Richmond posts, and I'm just five feet talL '
Va, to visit Mrs. Crusoe'idaugheer !So i I been a-layin' down an' a- 1Y WESTKNHIAN !> ",., _

and son-in-law. Mr. gettin up an' a-layin down and \\j' !: BUWO COMPANY .
and Mrs. ,Julius Lox. Jr. She a-gettin up all around his ten- '. -- :
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' will also visit a* ion' residing in acre field, sot he could measure ._ J3 .CTttTEt (3il '
New York. t them ten feet I .J '
posts apart! |
1 1r Key Jr .r Distributor: Cabrera Wholesale)
:t.9 : Grocer. Co., Inf., 423 Front St. Ke '
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