The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00190
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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 7, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00190
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Key West Florida has the _,' 0 oa atecl >Press Day Wire J

the ,- t'I: i. t.Qt. 1- and:Photo*Service

most country equable, with climate an average in i rr: t. 7;' Yearr Denoted to .1

range of only 14* Fahrenheit "", : :J :: laterests ol Key West





Of .. ,. CommissionersYVote
Tentative Budget '. .1 ''.


$416,1601s ,AdoptedBy I ." ;;;. On Number

[ County Last Night 1At '1. ; Of City- : Issues



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A tentative budget calling for the expenditure of $418.160 was Coal Miners Is STOPPED

adopted last night by the Monroe County Commission an'.increase '. t TOSE READYON
of about $20.310 ot*: the tentative budget passed last'year at this!|; i y I City Coonrolsiioners .last night

time. *n regular session in city chambers .
It WPS announced that the new tentative budget can be1 reduced'Spreading with Mayor A. Maitland
but not increased. The commissioners expect the final budget it ; ; LABOR DAYThere s Adams presiding voted on a

approves will be somewhat smaller than the figures shown in "the 1 't number I of resolutions and ordi-
SYMPATHY WITIIgO,- nances that were presented for
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tentative measure. i l 'May B& A Celebra-* ;their decision.:!
Included in the general reve-| COO for building repairs and j 000 .MINERS WHO, ; I. First resolution 'granted authority -
nue fund is a total of $236.340,1 I| equipment to the Monroe' Coun-j t '" 'lioii 'To Observe,Opening bathroom showers and other fa- 'to Tax Assessor Merville

which: sets up. among many I ty Courthouse, 'as'well as'for ad- WORK STEEL, COM- hctr .- '\: cilities at the beach site. j-j|IE. Rosam, 2nd, to countersign

other items ;$30.000Tfor public ).ditions and, repairs oJ. $4,000 to j' .p i i.AI' ; Of .New. ',* Piblic| He was informed by Commis- checks. In the absence of City
welfare, an increase of $7,000'over the County Jail from the fine ,. PANIES', PITS sioner Higgs that a committee of Comptroller Finance Director
last year and $25,000 fod} 'i j .'" .. ''the commission
and forfeit.urefund. --:- ""1 --: :n acb' was working.on,.Charles Roberts who will be
operating the County Home:: They; Inn n. Ata.e. Pre_) : :
: the proposal and that the from his duties
The of $20.0001 b ,provided i. w'irephotbl'j com- away .on vacation -
sum of $15,000 was, carried in i, 'I WASHINGTON* July 7-Fif ,
Hospital main The county's-new beach, at mittee would later get in .touch from.July 12 tft July 31.
the County Home fund last year.1 for Municipal ty-one thousand of the c miner..l. THIS.'CASOLINE: TRUCK {center) caught fire as it rotl.d'alonga'street with the engineers and let them The .resolution authorized tfie
of $5,000- h West'Marteilo.Tower. is.expcct-:
The tentative budget also in- tenance. ': sum cial soft-coal miners have not. -in! Detroit, Flames erupting from it destroyed two 1 know what the proposals wouldbe. Florida National Bank at Key
cludes $105,000 for 'the County j provided for 'the.. sheriff to- feed' yet returned to their pits, and it-j 1 homes.and.damaged three other buildings The driver.-.J.yP- '1.LTbnnlil ed to.:be ready for use about Labor West to r recognize Such authority. -

Airport facilities. This item provides -, county prisoners is establishedfor -is.assumed that they are remain-'j 'of 'Pentiac. Mich, didn't know his truck 'wass afire I Day and if }possible a cele Commissioner Gerald Saun- .

for the purchase of Meach- A fund of $1,000 ing away in a sympathetic strike I II j until V-man waterlog his Uwnf'.TxIlctl! to him. The picture was bration'will be held.the day it ers said i if the beach could be i' Granted License
am Field as soon as a lawsuit the' holding coroner'sinquests ,with,.the 40.000.coal_ miners who! 1 i .
well $3,600 the 'veter. 'sqa P.eAb.y an amateur photographer -,is opened to the public, the ready by Labor Day it would bea
for .
as as i I An ordinate was' passed grant*
is starting to condemn' 1 work in the steel
county companies'
; : j ... good idea to celebrate' the
: purchase ; Monroe
bureau: The ; --- County commission '
the property is settled. i I ans advisory pits. 1I ; :: : --r- tag a liquor license to the American
of the beach 'at that
The county' scheduled to receive -' of voting machines: ivvI'I'(;'I I Steel representatives continue'' learned last.night, opening time. Legion Post No. 168. and

$60.000 some time' soon ered by an item of $13,500. Jo refuse to. sign the contract' C eMARINA'HOTEL Fred Frphock, one of --the engineers Frohock added, that} the beach V.F.W. No. '6021,'P st. both colored -
board "also"voted to spend .
from the U. S. Navy Department'for The with the miners because of at for the beach appeared should be ready by Labor' Day.: ) to intoxicating liquor?
construction of ..
$25,000 for a The Post is located at 711 White-
of the remain- .
the purchase provision violates the Taft- '
j the It to the
the bathing beach before commission and said scams according engineer -
bathhouse at : head street
der of Boca Chica Field. This labor law. That
Hartley provision -
sum. $6d.OOO, will be put into the at West Martello Towers 'j i I regards the closed shop. j DENIED that the beach.is 90 percent con- terial that to be there obtained is still by some Charles ma- The ordinance "was passed tin
A sum was included in tIM budget i; ;structed that 80 first reading, after discussionwas
purchase of Meacham Field. Provision is also made in the providing for extension .of up because of the' strike j grading and filling was ready had relative. granting; a
tentative budget for the con the runways .at Meacham Field. of the steel tors.The temporary agreement for a period .
and that 70 placec:1'back
per cent of the sand will not be :
The Acrovias Q and the National l J of one or two years.f .
struction of roads totaling $76.220. .- Threatened further reduction in4 4 r REDUCTION breakwall was installed. of the breakwall until the
This is about the same Airlines hope to extend' .the Key production led the Whim House j : i i i Frohock'asked" whether the the breakwall' is finished. Fro- Commissioner Louis Carbonell

amount as was carried in this- West Airport and to include'rostQms -. to announce today that the government I :... .. f commission had any plans in Fork: said> Highwinds might ruin objected:. to temporary agreement -
year's road fund. and immigration.0fire3 is preparing to take action t 1 I the lie paid; Thb is a private -
llfu'luzctlccLatuox LawPurchase-*1.-- 'mind| 'for construction of a the beach, he said.
Out of the general 'revenue .there,so af to boo away front:i,the in an effort to settle the _:' -.-: c"', .. I!. -_ J club-; They...are.not asking i
fund is provided for cum of $10,- crowded: conditions at Miami* j t:1 dispute. .eRp'eltli: l ings and equipment: including 1 r2 .for apubiic >Icr ?e..t ..am not in
'_ 4 t ,!;. :. i( trucks f;and a ''station jvagdn. |- 'I i favor>> of a time limit in the mat
f1! :. \. .:': JHarhia1night contended! :Ethat CiMMISSION.ERSj ter" The jjtefrBiltJnj; ; the license -
'nce. 'r""ii.L.a ; 1. ; ;they Mks. ,
NEW FERRYCO Jews Anil Arabs \ :: :; :' \ : l' Barnes hoped to :make' the Casa'$ on. first' 'J'eadinwu-' :i unanjmouai -

.. : SI ..U 1 .OOQ,.' :.. : : r .Marina: Hotel within the njkt'iev '
Pass, Coatrpt.teal:Law
known and' i
l 3"flt':. .} Y4VaUtaLwt''L-nl: ;. &st."ad foinr1nDlh6 t IIne5t-hbte6r, fa 1 ycTE ; Z O.N1GFiAN ..; trtro er t e2: W ; ".

I SEEKS K1f1ST:: EghtAsPeace t. voted'-::.to deny 'te':petition- the ..south.. ?. 1 j ; ,tnat..pre: cribeji minlmuni; i.,attire

I' 1 of Mrs. Florence' M. Barnes, !.1 The. attorney's --letter express1 1 L I" ; : for persons,sixteen years or age

Pad Ell ] Wears owner of.Hie: ',Motet-Casa-Marina. edw regret for having tomake t i T'UES.iCariietl l I and olden was made law by a
CUBARUt4 ( J ( the protest, they said circumstances .three to{'two, vote. The law docs
for i the
TO A' -lowcfing.pf 'present'as left no alternative. in1. 1 t 1 t I I not apply within two blocks of
: : sessment 'd/vihe; 'notel. property, the matter/ "'..,' '. I \ I the city's beaches,
Marshall' "
I SL'HUTKD: SKIRMISH; A letter frtini f.'Irsn 'mcs' attorneys : Commissioner Dion made ;jaj 1! (:Cutter, l Passage! of this ordinance on

Snalding.Tells! Solon*,That- URA. Blackwclir\ .: (I, -Walker and' motion thanking. Tax Assessor j i| 'i.'Opposed Change At LasttLt&hts I second and. final reading provides
HALF PlanesCarrying l penalty of fifty dollarsor
between the' two countries:: is I I HOUR :.Gray :of Miamiwas; .read to the Rosam ;for submitting for the 1 i i. \ : Large imprisonment; in the city jail
Vessel. Woidd Be 300 Equalization .bo rd..1n the letter first time in city history.the tax, : I
Commission Set-
three hundred feet long and a I LAST : for' more-
TION REPORTED not then ten Jon
: days
Ihe attorneys!} .st fed That. the y roil l on time. The motion alsothahked I '
Feel I Long Carry 80 Ye- rather fast vessel. Present plans I''I )I violation-bt.'Same b;
represented Mrs.w Florence. M. the 'County Tax Assessor 'hion, Coal
{call for three round trips week-. NIGHT I Barnes; yrftn :recently purchased Claude Gandolfo for help I t I ]! i Commissioner 'John Carbonell
luclen! -Paswngers" 'liy :/n7 Tie A.r..latea Ir*-.,. the: Casa 'Marina ,Hotcl"property rendered to the'city. This mo- 1 I.| City' Commissioners voted I and vote Fred was'Dion two-all, dissented.prior .to The the

City Manager Ralph Spalding* The payroll. Spalding said, LONDON. July 7-The four 1(coin; the;Atlas"" Investment' 'company tion was approved by the'com four 'tu'one,.last night at a pub 1 t! To W. Berliii mayor's deciding vote in the
: : missioners final resolution .
in answer to a query by City had been worked out in consid- week truce in Palestine is due The leitestated -that Mrs. as was'andadopting,a the 'hearing' to grant. zoning 1 matter.' Commissioner Louis
Carbonell erable detail and dock space to end' Friday, but meanwhile, : ; : change to Arthur L. Mulberg for .i! Cferbonell iold his fellow com
Commissioner Louis .
Barnes-,.paidooo: for the. assessment roll for the calendar
here that size of ship could there have been several clashes ; missioners that'i in both Atlantic
jpt lotts 3 and 4 15, from 25 BIG TRANSPORTSj
told the commissioners at last Jj ':CasaMarina' Hotel" its: furnish- year 1948 square Miami
be between Arabs and Jews during City and Beach that ordinances
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I A. A
residence B to Business
nlg i ht's regular 1 meeting: in City The ship will hold eighty cars the last few days. pe- j! LYING I CARGO: IN. there compelled: bathersto
Hall that no decision has yet and carry four hundred passen- Last night contingents of each [IJition. signed by E. L. Newton, wear 'a robe or a' shirt top

been made by tne Maritime gers, plus fifteen hundred tons sie met on the road from Jerusalem INVESTIGATE t!I( .. Newton, J. Lancelot Les-j;i TO GERMAN CAPITAL when.' they came off the beach.
Commission on the GATC ferry of freight to Tel Aviv and' had a ter, A. Lopez, H. A. Crusoe W. i (Continued On Page Eight)
proposition. Mayor A. Maitland Adams in- spritied skirmish for half .an I I Cameru was read stating that I It ,| FROM FRANKFURTfllr
said that two formed the commission that Mr. hour. Number of casualties were
,palding men :
(one was later Identified as q Thompson, his associate, had re- not reported either by the Jewish -. INCREASE'-4:0.f' : a t they had nd objections to the!I Ibr A.._!..t4 Prm.) Woman Seriously

Mr. Webber ol.{ Yonkers. N. Y.) ceived a letter about this plan headquarters in Tel Aviv ori I ,f I zoning change desired !i! B7HLIN July 7-The United

had submitted' today (Tuesday) while lae'ayor( Adams) wasa i I the Arabic headquarters, in j I Burt Garnett 1015 South i iI I States Airforce today began to Injured In Leap
ferry on vacation. Adams said Transjordan. street and of five room
proposition to run a away owner a I! transport coal to the Allied zone
from Key Wd to Havana. Spat; that the men Were in his office Jewish extremists were ''re: r 1"-.;J .WATER RATES'hunter I Ii' I I residence at 215 Whitehead j j in the western part,, of this city.

ding said the plan was hazy and this morning discussing the ported to have kidnapped' four .i'; ):4 I street and a two .room cottagenear Twenty-five big transport From Bar WindowMrs.
yet definite. -'The ship to run proposition. British officers last night 'The |I 5 the contemplated zoning' planes are bringing coal from

...- -....-.- --. --- -. extremists broke into a build- Harden Leads Fi;;hl''* -- 'change strongly objected to the Frankfurt. Other planes are Mary Lee Snider ,of
ing, where the officers w re-having I'planning commission in a letter bringing in supplies of a varied Augusta, Ga, is in critical\ con-
FOR ROAD surprised and sold and, what profits -are being .
conference Lowe.In
CONTRACT a To Have Agreement Whit read by City Clerk Victor nature. dition in a private hospital from
made by the Florida Aqueduct
them and carried
overpowered the letter Garnett said that
Meanwhile, in the Russian zone I she
I injuries suffered accordingto
them Commission.. He wanted the
away.Taxicab CommissionKxuiiincd he had to construct studio
Aqueduct plans of Germany, the Soviets the when
an- police, -ihe leapedout
Aqueduct Commission. to in-
ON KEY LARGO LETAlonzo I from the commissioners what apartments on his property. The nounced today that 'they are go- of the second story windowof
Stolen In Dcl..nCity rights the had and that plans were curtailed for the pre ing establish a republic of an apartment over the Life
sent due to the rather high con east Germany. That procedure, Bar, Greene and' Whitehead
Commissioner these be that
Hunter rights published so
"" struction costs. .
Cotliroii Will Con. 8i3 Found 'WreckedChief Harden last night strongly criticized the people of Key West will ', His letter said that he would it was presumed here, resulted streets" yesterday.
Big Key and another ;; from the Allied decision to or Jane Woods who occupies the
'the Florida know where stand Harden,
Seek feet long on Cudjoe Key. I Aqueduct they not build the; apartments if the state in western Germany
(struct Roadway; .. a apartment .told Police Lt. Harry
Commission for the raising arbitrarily continued: "It is the duty of the altered. Garnett also -
The road of Big Pine Key is Sheriff zoning were where the United States,
Deputy Moreno: .of water rates in the city commission to 'finti'out, these Lee Baker, who investigated the
Estimates 0 11 Oilier First street The roadway was I Wallace said today he had not;1 1I I I tie informed the commission apd facts, and tell the people by publishing zoning offered change the argument was only 75 that yards the Great Britain and France are in ease, that' Mrs. Snider told her
bulldozed some time ago. but decided who the driver," control. shje going to kill herself.
yet was of was
the audience gathered there .in the a report
from the residence of the Com-
Work i! two residents of the area appeared of the taxicab stolen from Carl!( I I ;: A Russian controlled Ger- .Then the leaped from the
I that the city is paying $S: for them. !
manding Officer of the U. S. Na-
before the commission lastnight I Inpraham and which was found:fire plugs whether they are City Attorney Ignatius? Lester. val .Station, !' man daily paper disclosed to it? window before I could stop her,"
Contract for construction of a to state that there is now it the City Dump on Stock Wand: I I write Commission readers today .that the WesternBlr. said Miss Woods.
I cracked or not He'made a mot Florida Aqueduct Bow-
}I Mrs. Marshall and
| Cyril
road on Key Largo was awarded virtually nor roadway there badly smashed early Sunday.I I lion- instructing the Florida is a quasi- public organuation -' ', has protested to Moscow Mrs. Snider's form was foundon
Cutter addressed the commission
to Alonzo Cothron on his bid : County Tax Collector HowardE. A sailor was taken to Naval I Aqueduct Commission: to tell the ,--and though. we might ask man likewise opposing the about the Soviet blockade of the sidewalk by Lt Baker: lie

of $13.600 by the Monroe County Wilson appeared in behalf .of Hospital; for treatment of injUr-j','i'I people of Key West; how much them for these facts, they ate zoning change.: supplies bound for western Bert called an ambulance from Lopez
the road on Cudjoe Key. He said Wallace said he ;I lin. The paper said that Russia Home and had'the wo-
commission at a meeting last ha. but water they .sell how much they not duty bound Jo} give them_(o,I..' Mayor A. Maitland Adams Funeral '
that Peace Justice "Doc" Lowa of whether this man drove ;it\'' are and the Western Bloc should dispatched to the hospitaL
sure lose,, and .why. rates being us. This u a stateorganizatiOJlr< sole amn
I(I cast the dissenting vote
night. Tavemicr j "get together" to try to settle
would give the CO'4nty friend.
or some j raised. Commissioner Louis Carbon-
The road will connect U. S.y;;;; a lot facing the water which I IPaJaccTh I' Harden said: "It is the people's ell also objected to the increased against ,the.jwning change.FOR 1 I the blockade and all other quesi -

Highway No. 1 and the bay side;1 j I I (Continued Lra| Page Eight) j right to know. the cost of water. .. ;Continued, On. Page'Eight .j jJ. e I i tions. TopLUGGAGE
and will serve a-church and'sev- ----- .--- -
r- ::: ..SALT_:46 Ford. Door=,
ie lter -
eral other structures. The ,work .
-- Club 'SS
'U.Plymouh. Coupv-
will The be commission done in 3d days.aLso' asked ;;Fee Fie: Foe Furo Warner Baxter-Michelin.Cheirel- J J. LANCELOT LESTER..1r. :M;.1. 3-TcmWe' Stale Truck. Bargain Special I CARRIERS
County Surveyor Clifton::.Baileyto i f "The Crime' Dr. 8 Gamble" (Formerly. Resident Surgeon. Jackson MemorialkHospital, IAA ARROIncorAoratedOpposlt. ; for ALL CABS

submit estimates of the cost I I Just Taste Our Steak$, News and Shorts 1 t I Miami, Florida) Bus Station Slimmer Rates! Roy' Key West Auto Parts
of building a road 1,416 feet in i 121 Dvral St. Phone 442
Yum Yum Yum
1 1I I I ,. : the -
I .I Announces' Opening of Hi Office BODY and FENDERREPAIRS

Good and tor Glamour Young Folks.Girls who Old no Folk* POOR OLD CRAIG .For the Practice of General Surgery .y_ r_ T- -

MOTOR TUNE-UP longer hare 'Birthdays SERVICE STATIONFrancis 422 Fleming StreetTelephone I I MOULDINGS : PAINT JOB, S43.OO Up B.ADY S

"SAVES GAS- at Division Phone 1134 i (An Makes of Cats J -
.. Lou Smith. .UIQ Service J WEAVER'SOF! T.er PCRK OIL D..nerGrease. '. 4., [ 47y I! -. I tar-

White at Fleming St. Phone 5 Spray STRUlLmlBER YARD- Monroe Motors, Inc CHOICE POULTRY
LET US 0'; < Florida
Opposite Army Barracks COURSE! Change Your :, Key.Wet.. I II TELEPHONE tlS i "Your. Friendly Ford P.*Jr' |]14 WkiU BtrMt Pfacn s4abeWV
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FORMAN. Do ART3IU' DsaM.s x- the ........e..e........... mDANCE Are Very Costly !
:- From Tb Citizen Building t oratorical -soaPbox contingent. are I
Corner Green and Ann Street -Abreathing*- \
t,-. Only Dally Newspaper Monroe County In Key Weit and easier, today over General Daytime SummarySelected Florence Thee! 9i ..JJQ NEW: DELHI. (AP). the '

Dwight D. Eisenhower' announcement programs as listed beloware : U N-J..",," \)' :government o[ India.during the
4 tntered at Key West. Florida, aa second elaM matter broadcast at the same time Monday I -- first nine months of its independent -
through Friday Easier kcaltme.
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATE! PRESS that he "could not accept nomination for For central subtract one hour Chapter 8 "I wonder what the boys will' table they pressed each others existence granted nearly
_r The Associated Frees la exdualTely entitled to for mountain subtract two hours. think about it." ,hand. ._ $60.000.000.) for the evacuation
lor of all dispatcher credited public office participate in partisan refusal staggered Eileen ?
sone reproduction news any or BERT'S relief and rehabilitation
of about
?_ to It or not otherwise credited la .this paper and than Mr. Traynor. TTiey aren't to know anything I ,
ill also the local news published here. political contests." JULY 5 THROUGH JULY 9 I with more orchestra about it," he said quickly. "From ON Tuesday morning a light- 6,000,0000 non-muslim refugees
Playing a movie
either of us. If anybody saw Mr. young veteran reported from not-ravaged parts of Pak
:: BlBSCniPTlOV RATES Had he accepted the Democratic Menieq1:00Honeymoon at union salary ov'ertime-why. it and asks to the army doctor at
Traynor come in any istan.
ODe Tear .fit.'. In X. T.. -aba I meant financial security, a chance, r
-. '!11t Months, RN I nomination, The Citizeu;, thinks i )e would Brcakfaot Club-abc perhaps, for them to marry- And questions"-he smiled at her Sawtelle Military Hospital. He
carried hU but. it seemed
cane ,
"Well he
Three Months 1.11 t Foin cb conspiratorily- was
: rnyard I
.hie MoMh 1.11 I have been elected In Noverp6err: ) : Ozark :Valley *-olks-mbsWOO Bert had flatly turned it down. looking for somebody he couldn't he scarcely leaned on it.Well. > Ibis Summer.
:- ':_kilO ..2Es -Fred WaMsg.h.ow-abe Mr. Traynor scowled behind his find. Okay!" Jhote are we doing today I .
And what type of President would he : Music: Far Yeu-Vt. .cigarette. "Building your .ownband's ?" the medico asked pleas- j
ADVERTISING RATES ily Stortlhatna-ejt.9) "n.1030Hnur.ntSeriallhbd ... headache fell, "Okay, MisterBigHeart.; Enjoy a "Trip Abroad" to
:. Hade Known on ApplicationSPECIAL make? We think he drodl'd' fee) very much ,a terrible antly. I
; He errant curl drew a
.:. .1 iJ .- ;.And'don't let anybody kid you. yanked an "Fit as a fiddle! Don't think I
.- :10TICE' like the Rough Rider! \.'1,Theocore! \ } Roose 'u 00 Say+ArthdtlYu'It *I:,KhJUtersc d 51:rr-. t W fU'g places a lot faster n her to her feet and led her backto you'll be.seeing me around here i t
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolution KAItktnti. the "Now, here's a little
with piano. much Doe. I I
= ft retpect. obituary notices. po ms. tt, will be velt, was Big Stick, the,strenuous? life and 1 Breakfast Honywda4Txb. i1)3Oto r! Oll weOd'lif mat'A.alreadY'you know like pband number you can do beautifully. longer now,
Aleaander :;hntlra e "Well, well! How come? What
t&arajed for at the rate of 10 cents a line. -
Notices for entertainment by churches from which everything else that.went to,make up that .11:4S-S rlal..I.,. I .Webs t mine j$." '. .. '; t Nice> harmony, too." Come On, let'stry have you been up to, anyway?" iae..N
f. revenue is to be derived are ( cents a line. r-I1y.. b "I Sow, Mr. Traynoruerj: it together. .... Bert grinned exultantly. "I'm '
great president. ?
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites 4Uurslrn i +' .
Jm to. married-to
-. of public issues abd subjects of local or 12-00-Welcom*Tf v )le'e.':: (.' admitted doggedl>/ 8ut ;: "go.: DERTS mother opened the door. going t'
Rosevelt neither could be bluffed sweetest little in "
general interest, bat It will not publlah ajionymoascommtraicatloas. nor tt.30-Words and Music-nb _' mg to :. bossed. He 1OO-lusl.: Halt Henr-nbef "You'll lay.a'ake,nights worms on The doctor put down his steth- |
was supposed,. he was cotton house dress,-but her gray oscope. "Well in that case, well
200-Double or Nothing:: -.b. ,rying.-spend a. fortune for advertising ing hair was beautifully dressed, let I
t. just
a Republican president, to lean toward Queen for a Daymba2:30Selets *i =-" you pose pictures
for J> brt-nbc t as usual. again-in X.ray.He handed
4 we'll
Bert smiling.
v Bg Business, but on many occasions he Bride and Groom-abe was Mr. : "Sounds very pretty" she said Bert an admittance card, said
be lucky, Traynor.
foced Big Business to toe the mark. Martin Block Recorda-nat...T The orchestra: leader rose. .beaming approvaL "I never knew jocularly "Come back here when sewed
MEMBER aOO-Ladlea Be Seated-abc
@ 1948 change you could sing like that Bert. you're finished and we'll see how
"Well, anytime you your ,
a His objective was good government, UO Paul-;The Wbiteman House; Party-cbs.Iltcord-t4b mind young fella just give me You've been holding out on your much they flatter you."

regardless of whether. or not, in attainingthat 4:00-Hint Hunt Quiz cbs ./j. a ring," family. Shocked and unbelieving. Bert
To C. Announced-abc Bert and Eileen stood lookingat Bert took Eileen's hand. "Oh. stared at the clouded area on the
goal, he stepped on,the.toes of Laboror 4: -Winner Take All-eb44.<< each other. Her cheeks were rm just blossoming out since I X-ray plates an hour later. "Spot-
Treasury Band She.-a"""' ted right lung" the doctor said.
Capital. Even his political enemies and Rushed. Eileen came along. Shall we tell:
IOO-Tr..asury Bandstand-<' "What does it '"
mean Bert
? At Eileen's nod,Bert
.. Kiddies JI'oUr laet repesca I hr. "But, Bert, wasn't that a good her honey i
' 1. IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST he probably had as many as .Jiny other later}-abc and mbs ;y .opportunity" she asked, puzzled. happily announced. "We're goingto asked him hollowly. His lies :
\ u ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN American president admired him for his 9:45-Lum and Abner-tbsadtt "Sure: wonderful! For a moment be married .Mother-just as were tight-drawn, bloodless. He
could not voice the dreaded word.
it nearlv knocked me off my soon as the Alvarado MerryMakers -
.-jI fortitude and insistence in bucking the feet.. He sank down in the chair .strike paydirt. "Anything serious?" '
Mr. Traynor had vacated. "But Mrs. McLane looked at them a The doctor said lightly "Not ifyou'll i
line hard. NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern '
1. More Hotels and Apartments. I'm in with my brothers and the moment fondly. "You couldn't go to the desert for six
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. While Eisenhower js n.ot. blustery Local' Time. For centricSubtract other fellows now. I couldn't. let. have chosen anyone I'd rather. months-have regular checkups." .
.... 3. Airports-Land and Sea. Theodore'Roosevelt was two one hours.hour Some for mounta.nsubtract local stations them down could I?" have you marry. Sort Or you, "You're not slipping it to me
a as ; et$Eisenhower change hour of relay tie t fNo.,'I you couldn't: either Eileen,"- she a lded. gently are you. Doc? Bert asked
Consolidation of and
; 4. County hits the hoe hard andnsfets/ in doing local schedules.. la t minupe tpNgram ,f 1t'rt." I.suppose 1'1.4 Bert thought:fgratefuHy. Shedidn't him grimly. "I'd"rather know the ,
Governments. changes be i ifted.
City cannotj 'tarn : worst right now.
,I i She <* over to him ant: have'EilecD: picked out for
-;.: 5. Community Auditorium. those things,designed' to'promote\ the interests l brushed his th ck..dark hair r off Paul, the toajfhe'said: ; ,.then after The physician's eyes were kind- OVERNIGHT SAILINGS
h of:his.country.r v.lth.iiitp WEDNnD'Ii"; ULT t:1 t fNeniny 't, his, c Qfil'dgdss # and all!'He said, still:holding. Eileen's lr understanding. "I think there's (
-. out of the '1 j #" I j ) d intlt d ddtftdrehead won;= hand, "We wanted'you to know; time to check this clear it up-; Leave MIAMI 6 P. M.

.., picture, Truman undoubtedly) be nominated fOO-dew derfut, Bert.- hap- Mom but let's keep it quiet fora provided you get,-out of this cli- .
at the ,Democratic }atio'nal .. : Newscast* Report Every 111n.-nbo Day-cbs pier! to know, how realty wonderful .- little while,:shall'we?" mate. Go down td Palm Springs- MONDAY' FRIDAYLeave '
: MONOGRAPH convention 1 Network Sitonti Honr afce.eatt ; y6U'ar than 'if'you had AC-! rbf;, course,. it that's the way Mojave-live out of doors helf a '. ,
Scheduled l to convene next Mondayin Kiadle Hoar (repeat)-abc-w_t : ; ytfu-Want( : it.1 came out to : year and chances are you'll be Hivm TKurt, Sns
:.: Marshal Tito, .Network: Hour Silent(repeat(1 brj)--mbij-mhavaskKWdies !, "..eat ceetc'It's you'wh'o are the wonderful) to stay for tea. Eileen. I've baked good as new.- For on excrimg'y' different nmm.rvocottcn.
Philadelphia. :15-Sports: Mnnlc Time-nbc one. darling And as his arm en.* your favorite cake, dear-it Bert stood up. He leaned heavily : ."|oy the exotic foreig,
:.. Belgrade Yugoslavia Truman's forces.have decided to base ., You and f'olillcs-eba circled her trim little waist he seems now, for 'a very special now. upon his cane. "Well! otmcnphef and cool l. breezy cKmete
:30-Muslff Time :.. Dear Josif: their campaign chiefly against the high Lea and Abner repeat-ciwest! have found a girl like Eileen who And when the five of them sat Doctor. I'll be on my way tomor t of fabulous HAVANA. Cube! Save

Probably you are now convinced cost of living which Truman attempted to a:4Sil Lowell wscast Thomas by Three(repeat-nbc II)i-cbfflOO could understand and back him down to the table in her private row." His mouth twisted wryly. t money by Irpvelwg. the tovcwt
Supper Club nbc-baslc up so loyally even though .it sitting room a little later. she "It's a terrible wallop for a guy "Florido-Woy" ,.. fore tnctvdti it
that the democracies had somethingwhen hold in check during the last congress, but The Lewis *-how--cbs : meant delaying their own hap said. "Here"; Eileen, sit here next who expected to get married." -, I sod dvcction, two delicious l m.oU.
suggested that it diffi- News: and Commentary .0. to Bert"And underneath the (T. be centlauedJ. ..
they was frustrated in his piness.
= was efforts by the Republicans Fulton Lewis. Jr.mba berth dancing, other enlcrtommentRound

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THE ORACLE 1:30-A.News:Rolllnl Dinner Trio-nbc Date-mba this morning for Camp Foster,!'ter, Mrs. J. I* Galbreath, of I ONLY stoteteou'sawova T'.mAirconditioned

Any successful business Jerry Wayne ShowcbsLone Jacksonville, where she will !Tampa' are visiting the former's .
man will tell Ranger l rama-abo West In kbki! Smafl extra charge.srr
Key take.a two weeks' course in recreational -' : I
News Commcnt-mb" brother and law Mr.
Slater-in- ,
r y5Sr Travel Arrest far RenensIiuaa -
you confidentially that he has
enjoyed a 7:45-Kaltenborn: Comment nbo activities. <
WHO ELECTS THE PRESIDENT? !' mr Ibe I'AII Oltireim Miami.Municipal .
lot of luck. News Broadcast-cbs and Mrs. Elbertson. tier :... :. Trlephme >..
Sports Comment-mbs Gone
Days By :00.
-- .:00-National 3lin..tr..ls-nbc. Mr and Mrs. Virgil Codeto.former' !
There is a belief, ,among the people ,American 41ek dy TyifeTo -cbs l \. FROM W residents who had been Today, The Citizen says in an
of the United States, that they have a hand Special Ant>-mb | \ iI u l 't..1HE: t CtTIZEN jOr 1 i here for t e'Overscas... Highway editorial paragraph: +
Pekri *
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: -Jack celebration
't. returned today to "The shrewd politician hops
r in the selection of jthe President of the Dr. Christian' Drama-cb JULY 7. 1938 I .ion 1
: Miami.
The United Nations which *has Paul Uhiteman Talent-abe. the bandwagon as soon ashe
States. fact ,the citizen High Advenure.i > b. (OTRMCojinty AMU lm: "" ,1'
T United In average "f- 1 nlllr" : i ;i'r I is reasonably convinced of its
permanent home in the United. :55-Billy Rose CobmentCO 1- l U
tends to the belief that the President i h States -Tex and J]\ z-tnbe.J .1 { t fdmmife? \ + -'rt! a Etna! Smith, and; daugh- ide-? ity." *, I
? faces the necessity of constructing buildings \ County Fair Quiz-cbs meeting last iugnt, unamm.ouslydecided .. --.---r -. ..
... elected by popular vote. Abbott A Costello-abe on the county's becoming -
i thV: d$4he
adequate to
; purposes or- Gabriel Ueatter Comment-inbiIS
This is a mistake. All that the voters ': !-News Broadcast mbs a member of the National ,.
5- of the tmintrydo is to choose between the' ganization. .. 0 ,..'. 4 ':30-District Attorney Drama-nbo Rivers and Harbors Congress. It I' t. :. .. ;,.
For this purpose li .wa. : expected James Mellon Concert-cbs was stated that the membership ti. k'1.; 1 Ij
Democratic and i- Go For the Mouse-Abc. .
nominees of the Republican
1... Hampton Snow v- w tAJ! heli tJIf."Yiath *nlJii
that i
parties. So far, there has been devel- Congress would, pprove ..a.jjvm of 10-00-The Big\ Story 1fani5-nbo w 13 ''t\Vat! Y1i:i cpenedi frt>t :J;P Jflfhat's lTi.a Name ? t

t f oped no system to permit the people of .$65,000,000 to deyejop the ,wpriA capital Th Gordon Whistler MacRae Drana-4a Thrattr-aboOpinlonairo J J' iN HonHa
on the East River s in the horum-mbs ... : ....
the nation select the President. This is te. \Gity. pf New 10 30- i' "'":" ;;' -- '""t .
:1 to : To Be nnoun< York. In the Iast-miquteri1shio; Congress f.Olb Cloakroom d-tJ I /* r !!nnlun! ed ti & !
done by the Party leaders in convention ; Maupm- y.> S tfie Iotiroe/'Coynty: Commnmly!I Iiinicrf'wiir'be"contrKuea'f6r ;;:.j "
the item California Melodies 5 *
;;. assembled and when the shouting is over, was not brought to a vote in the 11.00: News. Variety. Z hrs.-cb : "at y
House and News ii. Dancing Hour-abc least months. I Continuous Quality'
consequently, the is not eight.
'- the voters are permitted to select betweenMr. money News. Dance Band 2 hrs.-mbs I 1r
available. ItU--ews.to; Variety to 1-nbc
A and Mr. B. 12:00-Dancing Continued-abc-tvest The Cuban cruiser. ,Cuba,1
There is general Officials of the United Nations that which ?
agreement among came to Key West bringing -

*"1 the political writers in Washington that a Ls, those connected with the machinery of TODAY IN HISTORY many Cuban government officials -

=** Republican will win the presidency this the organization, were disappointed disheartened (Know America,) celebration for the, sailed Overseas yesterday! Highway-

-a fall. The feeling is so strong that fifty poss and dismayed over the failure 1814-Sir. Walter Scott's'first ernoon. for Havana. I

of Congress to authorize the loan.They novel appears anonymously,
litical writers, queried by Newsweek, voted .-
"Waverly. Florida National Guard .. -- '
fl fifty to nothing that the Republicans intended to proceed at full speed on arch x x. yeniLi
1844 Further rioting in.,Philadelphia trucks .arrived in Key West to-
will win. itectural details for construction to be between Native Americans day to be used during the encampment I

Consequently, Mrs. Roscoe Drum- erected on a six block tract. and IrEh.1846The of the guard at Fort ;
American flag raisedat Taylor. The encampment willegin
"" mond chief of the The City of New York, we under i
Washington Bureau ofT
Monterey, Cal, as Californiagoes > next; Sunday and will be
+ the: Christian Science Monitor, points out stand, planned to spend around $20,000- under American rule. continued for 10 .days, 1

T that if this is correct, the group selecting 000 on a program of impr v nents. Some 1865-The four convicted, Lin- L F
coln Mrs. Eva B Warner of the I
assassins, including S woman ,
...: the Republican nominee will, in fact, se- 17-acres have been deared.r" buildingsfor executed. WPA recreation department left i AVI t k zt' k f

;;: lest the next President of the United the erection of .the.new.,structure. 1898-Hawaii annexed by joint t tr

It is resolution of Congress. ... ..e....... .... .
-r States. hoped that e foundto
1908-For the third time, William : ::: :
[ He points out that neither party has provide ;the: money feo'tfarvtfie permanent Jennings Bryan is nominated -BjCYCLES-i: ;

developed any adequate method for permitting home of the international organization the Democratic candidate forth I

.: the voters of both parties to regis. can be speedily constructed. At the Presidency. Repaired and Rented
1919-Capt. L. H. Smith, Army
:,:ter a nationwide opinion concerning whom same time some hint"t that4' possibility exists Air Service makes nonstop speed Also in Stock-tfEW:

they would like to see their party nom- that the General Assembly, meetingin record from San Francisco to,San ..

inated. Only five out of forty-eight states Paris in ,September, might move the Diego, 610 miles, in four hours, BICYCLES TRICYCLES'
1941-American forces WAGONS SCOOTERS.
-= -New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Nebraska, headquarters of the organization. out of Iceland. occupy -

... Ohio, Oregon-gave their voters an op-. the United States. 1942-Canada votes to send her: and SKATES I
*':: portunity to express their wishes as to army abroad. Overseas Cycle Store t I
1943-Berlin reports German h Listen to "CLAUDIA",11:15A.M. J JWKVF
;: the Republican nominee. Radio can never take the place of the subs sinking 9 Allies' ships in the 920 Division St. Phone : .

: Mr. Drummond continues: "Only 116 newspaper-for instance, just how could Mediterranean. 1 ..... .*3:1 y ,;

a. out of the total of 1,094 delegates were the fond mother show a clipping announcing 1944-U, S. Superfortressesmake
eight attacks on Jap naval
lj chosen by popular ballot. Only 1,610,056 her daughter's engagement-Christi base of Sasebo.194&Mother. I

Republican voters out of a possible poten- an Science Monitor. Frances Xavier Let Us Help You
tial of Cabrini canonized in Rome-first K I Ib
: 51,667,550 Republican voters, part -
America canonized. _
ticipated in selecting this small minority "SUPERSONIC". FLIGHT. 1947-A new agreement Vvarts I IR
.. Plan Your
*" of delegates." "...".........:- threatened soft coal strike. James ) Floors

ea The .'supers nt '' Arrived C. Petrillo serves noffcqr' the
.pliirj 1 ) as Free Eslimpte 'Given.Asphalt
American Federation of
r. One of. the best cures for optimism (Is and the U. S. Airforee admits thai it po. intends stop making recording'jMuiicians'. .Rubber TJ :Tfl i. > ,i."i: I *ti t/ J

: a political race. sesses a plane which: has frequently: next year. Cork TO JI

w flown "much faster- than t)('e i- sPeed, of Plastic Floor TO : I

J;! When you spend money freely you sound." .. 4: GET7HE&Kf Plastic Broadfeltt Wall TO

_I have many friends, who will disappear A small, straight-xvinged*" craft, released tp RF eCape Wool-Rugs Il

when your cash runt out. at a high altitudd1rVin .a.: heavy ? .// AcUStlCC| I '
.?. Ra uE F8 RA i I *Mardwood if J i
bombermade the
record '
flight? Designed

:_ Any newspaper editor will admit that to fly more that '1,000 'miles*an hour at /NVGESTIONGARDNER'S Formica Counters.for Tables SinVt. iIj1 M (; I

*;n: it is impossible to run a newspaper to suit 40,000 feet, the plane, still in the experimental ++ Floor Sanding and ,

*; all of several thousand readers. stage, burns up fuel faster than a 59C Refinishlngs "--------ii Ask for it JAnhi, !

"- man can pour it into an engine. 1 Gates floor Coveriogs "8' trade marks mean the tame thing' nl I

-. The graduates, now tackling the At present the gas to fly the plane

'" economic problems connected with mak- for two or three minutes weighs twice as J. L. GATES OTTttD UMDtl AUtNOIITY OF IHC COCA-COIA COUUJH., IV J I

:- ing a living, will find that there is a di '- much as the plane itself.. Obviously, the PHARMACY Flooring Contractor CO31PANY 'K
:: ference between going to college and go- supersonic plane is not yet ready for corn 1114 Division St., at VarelVhoa 825 WHITE STREET 1 f

-. ing to work. .. mercial I use. *, 177 Fra. D.llvrt PHONE ISM I O Uf,T.Gc.Cah.c"I i (lAd

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Board th Cayo*Huesp. hotel;.: 1f.LL. YOU SMILE 1[!.Here's An '-. .-.- '1' belt'c Approves ,
Clariop'rl'. Dixon-to. Stone quarry. Nottinghamshire
A,1'Sad&,"oL. the. license at 1cre's No Putting I According ton- ,.. .W W. Black
Liquor PermitsThe DiY Ii"nV',street' : ; from Sa QJd Fossil of Nottingham University's geology .
Grcerj'Ho{ .Qrocery the ;There department, the head anJ
Monroe County Commission c ns -at, ...:2$ Simonton 'stte
NOTTINGHAM. Enr13nd.- tail missing: but the ten-foot
last,night approved of tremvdhLia cand: Ilillel; ,
Ida ". tell you golf is going to be : CAP)--Fossil bones of a twenty spinal. column, with: ribs attached -
; transfers of liquor licenses ra tq7JacV ,Eras and I
and 'come new applications for lan .therise. .'at Cede the'salvation of the nation and'lenhen foot plesiosaur one hundred, and I( three main limb bones, anda
such licenses. They were as. fOllows filSjPtrtc!,'street. our days by decades. :fifty million, years old have,been] number of smaller bones, ar,!
"But our ancestors didn't go'in .
For: transfer of liquor license approver.Appl Uws,for,_,butch for license Resta for golf :,uncovered.. -- -- in. an -'eighieen-mch' ? intact.____ __ : ___
front,L. M. Broomfield to H. S. Mar|thpd fo#o t Ed R. Nefl "And" where' are they now, ::..mw1ll"'t\flllIIIIq'lI"1''UT" -ft BUfflWS. iWlIlllI. ISh.
MrKensie and J. M. Weeds,. at Bonefigh lCen.;aqd the Fleet Dead. i' ., .
Taverjuer; from Albert 'J..,Mills sei ve4' i\ aJi on at, 41F:' 1 -- 1't. .
Frederick M. of license t.. Subscribe to The CItizen. '
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Marvin' A. Franklin (right), ol.,BirmUt i wnn.',Ala- "get together, the shore at Newport. K.'L | ltamutuia utinmanm u uuxlauiu+ lIUCIIllIlIIml nun iisvu wtua_ +twt c itmmm nar..
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u 4t at:,pullman. : : The MODERN ELECTRIC RANGE is FAST .as. HEATJtMli 'but withoutflaot .1.
where Judge James H. Crow Jr. d"i : to"t p=ejtidiceher I I .l .
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t\ Furnished two-bedroom house, no Washers, irons vacuums. 'kbd
children or pets. Apply 10231} fans repaired. O'BrUt-t, Phone
Catherine Street or call { 1164-M.
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]Floor sanding done by C experts.
New, beautifully furnished one- Free estimates given. Phohe
bedroom house, $85.00 monthly. 163, or call at 701 Caroline St

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POURS from the burning Swedish steamship" Dagmar Salen ten miles_off the Delaware ,FOR RENT-BUNGALOW !Machine button holes done a 'na

I coast near Rehoboth Beach early Saturday. The Coast Guard Cutter Gentian is alongside while Ache Street orj2"-8tc....... .
members_ of the stricken ship's .crew pour streams of water on the blaze. Fire was brought under Furnished bungalow for rent. One
control soon afterwards. bedroom.. 751-XW. jly7-%txBERTAPARTMENTS (Caroline Shop, 223 Arut Street: ,

will remain open through?July
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FOR I with increasing stock :ot'War,

trot ; : j' DEMOCRATIC SCOREBOARD R V inexpensive cottons for "J&lp-
*4 f* ;.t ussd.iI'wig. ,. Furnished apartment, 3 rooms 1 covers and:draperies.-- ,Prorn 10
"( : 0 and bath. ,Maid and janitor .to 5 daily except Thursday, nd
*. Ai s7f ':T-.I .t i!, 'PrOniOted.j'O'SSlaf service. linens and utilities! Saturday. afternoons, ".\_ .

.". MAJORITY NEEDED iJt : s ': < V furnished. Summer rates. Coral ,i131.11t
.. sl A FOR NOMINATION. Hotel Apartments opposite -
". '.'j f SergeantiwcU Post Office* ju .eFurnished ;Dressmaking .alteratiprisl-
1 1 ply 107-B Poinciansu. ,jlyf&tr
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.. '-. i* ITAZUKE AIR BASE, Japan, t I I ,Utilities furnished. Couple only.{ STORAGE '"
'. July 7.-Russell E. Long son of* .Apply '915 .Windsor Lane. .\ :;. :

: j. Mr. and Mrs. Tom E., Long, Key jlyl-tf. Red Brick Storage'Co.furniture

/ West, Florida was, recently ,pro- or commercial. Phone_,'98."V.
Ii moted to Staff Sergeant accardmg .Furnished apartment, ne'w gas I '
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/ I i to an announcement at headquarters ,,' range, electric,refrigerator continuous -'
-, CLAIMED Itazuke Air Force Base. hot water. Monthly. 'FOR* SALE OR ,LEASED
;390; I '
'Long was employed by Naval ;Phone 215. jlyl-tf
414 Operating Base, Key Wept,"Be- Tip Top Bakery and: adjoining'

fore his'enlistment .in the noritf- Four apartments. Apply 411 ,home with two ,apartmca ir.
Mary serviced He received his William Street.: jun28-30tx Bakery doing, a nice' bt1I inea ."
basic training in San Antonio, ,
915 Eaton Street Phone 895-R.
Texas. He remained on duty*.in Nicely furnished, modern 4-room > !p-Stir
the United States until ,his de apartment and bath. Excellent

partfor overseas duty In:.the ',location. Apply Joe Pearlman.1 FOR SALE t t
southern part of Japan in Der, 520 Duval Street jly6-3t .
cember of 1946. =*
For Sale 2-bedroom fqrnishfetj
tfr w ,
j jI Newly constructed efficiency I modern house. Terms127-W
TODAY'S ** .apartment, all-electric kitchen #1 -6tX.(
i lit I ANf ANNIVERSARIES tile bath, hot 'water. Small ... -. .
: children Welcome. $65.00 per Used leg bathtub, cast ifpni enamel
tT (Know America) -.-. 'month. Apply 909 Elizabeth lavatory and .wash-doweltoilet

: Pt wct Dv 1768-Phihp S. Physick,- Philadelphia Street jly6-tf, 1231 South. .Strut. .
..l 2RGi surgeon. often referred:*oas aIIYtx
-, I 1 ,the "father of American tried= Apartment to rent with purchaseof _. ,
.x cine":born in Philadelphia Die4 'furniture. 713 Simonten.jly7. One electric hamburger griH,jSiKlatestfype
1 -Dcc.15,,1837. ; '''-,'J | V V, .3tx Cold Spot: rtrfcig-.
1811-Henry Meiggs;San FroA* erator, used less than ? ..j

: a.Se* .f_i>co! pioneer,, refuge 'frofti FOR. RENT-APARTMENTS. weeks., 1025..."Emma. ;.:StrMajors + .,
: 2 0 .bjqk..I1IPtcy, who .built the rVll.TCW AND ROOMS Bar. '' ,
s .... w p. .l l s: 6f.Chile and Peru.' bdr"ntat: : ... VV ;;J .

CakJ ill, N.Y. Died .SeptT39, The Stutz 'Hotel 410 Fleming Bungalow small store"6u'. "
w TRUMAN 1UURMOND r ANTI= HOT 1877. 2 EISENNOWER WRIGHT TRUMAN COMMITTED I i, '1834-Miriam Coles JHarrJg, and several sleeping rooms vacant lotS. size 50' T 120'.each ; n.g'oQd"
novelist born in .New' York D'fcgl Low weekly or'montblj section. This can be bought on
'. JAP'Wirephoto'Chart) Jan. 23, 1925 '' ., Mi ', rates.< jlyl-tf easy terms. Johnson acTohfi..
C t r a +{i i .1837-Burwell B. Lewis,; AJt j son. Phone '372. jly\:l{
THIS. IS THE WAY'VOTES at the Democratic convention in bama Confederate'sot .
I lawyer Furnished rooms 626 Grinnell'
Philadelphia beginning July 12 were lined up Friday night after I dier. congressman. University Street. $6.25 single $7.50 double White outside paint, whitemel. ena;
Virginia, the last state to name delegates instructed its delegation I Alabama president. born at jly6-5tx $2.75 per gal. 55'.D.D.T

t to work for the nomination of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Montgomery, Ala. Died Oct. 11, Fly-go, 29e per,qt Doherty q
.Pniiden Truman's strength is split between, those pledged or I 1885. FOR RENTCOTTAGESFurnlshed..new Co 846 Olivia cor.; Packer;
instructed for him and claimed for him. Many of the claimed 1849 Theophil M. Prudden, Phone 1597. .jlyl-tj.
delegates are disputedAbowerer. New York's famed medical scientist one-bedroom cottage -

., _.. of his generation director- near beach. Adult couple STILL ONI Our first Clearance
-- :i the Rockefeller Institute for only No pets. The Price Organ- SALE. Jersey skirts. 50cents.,

NEGRO CANDID.VTE SEES BURNED CROSS Medical Research, born, itt, Malt ization.: : Realtors. 411 Fleming Training pants, Wednesdayonly ,
; dlebury, Conn. Died April '10, .-St, Phone 124. 20 cents each size.2.Ruffled -
I. 1924. jlj ri-mon-wed-tf sun suits, reduced 'from
I I 1871-Richard Carle, stage and $r29 to $1.79. 2-piece mitiritf.
., 1 I i screen character actor, born in One-bedroom cottage, adults only. dresses reduced from $4.98 To
Somerville Mass. Died June,28, Furnished modern conveniences. $2.98. Many other-bai-gabaS'at'

& 1941. Apply 1508 Seminary after CHILDREN'S CORNER .
e. # c Street :i**
421 Simonton
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." TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS .1lr6tt:1
sr. -xs y ,ir' sn aH w aSy ; -REFRIGERATIONHolbrook I!
e V (Know America)
Practically new, small baby bedV
a 1, Arthur T. Vanderbilt chief Refrigeration Service, $10.00. Apply 1013' Division *
.. 'justice' of the New Jersey Supreme domestic and commercial. Work i .j1y ..3tX
.I> Court famed lawyer former guaranteed free estimate on '
e f a dean of the N. Y. Univ. LaW repair. Call 724-W. Studio couch. Ross TraileCampv
School, born in Newark N..J- 60 jly2-6tx Division and Simonton Sts."
years ago.Abraham. I jly3.y3tz
L Cahan, eminent edi. FOB SALE-USED CARS I "" i
: tor of the Jewish Forward New Baby stroller kitchen cabin

York City born in Russia, :&2 Model 1940 Ford panel truck. Apply kitchen table and chairs''ice1

years ago.Frank Perez Bros. Bakery 1025 box bedroom set Chea ..8G. .
R. Adams of Whitehall, White Street jun30-tf Poinciana. jlyT-Uxv
Mich., novelist and playwright, : .
# { born in Morrison. IlL. 65 years 1939 Nash sedan, stake body, One, iron burglar-proof- ,,- .fireproof .:"

ago.Frank baggage trailer $625.00. 71-2 safe. Inspect at Polloei'f,
B. Noyes, of the Washington Poinciana Place. jly2-6tx Jewelry, 514 Duval'Street. :' .
a D. c.. Star famed newspaper .il} C
) publisher, 'born in Wash 1936 Ford 1939 motor radio. ,
ington. 85 years ago. 143-G Poinciana. jly3-6bt 500 sheets, 8% x II, mite tt***;'
Dr. Maycie K. Southall. Georg print 2Sc.Artman Press CitgeQir

Peabody College for Teachers: 1942 tudor' super de luxe Ford. I Building Phone 51. 5
Nashville, Tenn., noted professorof Excellent condition. See Virgil jtinl7litThreepiece

.. .,"' .. education born in Columbia.. 65-2 Poinciana, or Monroe Motors I 4-

Tenn., 53 years ago. Inc. jly6-4tx living room. stiff 6
', Ira Hirschman of New York,, 5000. Apply 7-A Porter.
i business man. author civic leader -, GARDEN AND I Place. j ,j
1 born in Baltimore 46 years I LAWN SUPPLIES =
: ago. I 'Woman's bicycle balloon tires},
> Dr. William C. Hays noted: cord i basket luggage carrier
l,, f f faN t it The new Koroseal and rayon wire
I' University of California professor' garden hose now available at $25.00. NAS, 34-A. Telephone:,
', emeritus of architecture born inPhiladelphia Key West Garden and Lawn ,[ 588-R j1y7-\tt.. ;
} i .', 75 years ago.. Supply Co., 914 Fleming street. l
"-1' CAPVlr" ....oto) I : 7-2t '' I4h-foot Run-a-bout with' Ift'tI
........ W ,i;. ; ",. FOR SALE Johnson J5ea Horse. 22 hp$400JML <
.. .. LARKIN, MARSHALL (left). Negro candidate for U. S. senatdtfrojj 3 PERSONAL I'I Al's Shack :South.
*;Georgia on the Henry Wallace Third Party ticket joins Hobart electric meat grinder Beach. jly13trI
his wife in viewing the remains of a cross burned in front of his I Call Overseas Hotel 917 Fleming -- Poems wanted for musical set
)home, at Macon. Ga. The traditional symbol of the Ku Klux Phone 798. jly3-3t ting. Send poems for free ex- I Used beach chairs with foot rte.
Slag was set afire at night i amination. Five Star Music I and sun shades, $>00 each.. ".
j i Duro water pressure pump and Masters Key 391, Beacon Bldg.. Shack South Beach. jry7-3tx
.. J l tank. Clean. good shape. $45. Boston. Mass.

- Child Colored I pital! when she started_ turningblue Phone 1324-M. 'jly -ltxi jly7-10-17-24-31-5U Household furniture, .for's i e*,
: i e Apply 3724 Avenue *EV ",
Investigation proved that it Philco radio, small push-buttoo f LOST Ajl3.3tze

teas because she had been and dial combination. with inside -
By Crayons eating '
: : colored crayons. t aerial ,table style good White-Persian female cat Blue I Studio couch like new. .Easy
SAN condition. Reasonable. Can be eyes. .Reward for return or in* chair and Duncan Fife inahOii:"j.4any
MATEO, Calif.-Diane Her condition w said .to be I .
r as. seen at 621. Caroline. Street formation regarding table, drop-leaf. : PhoM.;
Pastoreti rushed to a hos ,serious.v4.. -*; v t satne.1
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1 Motor Court :: : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE l OO. -- ;

909 Simontoii St.' U:, .'.: Nice Selection of' GIFTS and SOUVENIRS- : ::If It k Electrical. WE W E itEPADi SELL IT ftt.'I,: I\ :." M' .i : POOR .OLD CRAIG ;

'. I Ownership Of BENNY-FERNANDEZ Management: : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; : We Will.OH For ud Delhex':'. j '. \, ''fl.: WHITE. STARI :. : Service Station ::

: SEE OUR SO Years' la Electrical,Work ,: .
: Experience ;
:5 eBREA Serving FAST.. 8 toLUNCIiEON 11 : : SHOWING of Electrical I Appliances ; ', ,. .i'CLEANERS ::: : J. IL BRADY. Manager PHONE: 1154 : "

e 11:30 to 2 ..P......................_....................a. 4:u;' ..' 211 Dura.Street's : '- .''.ACarca Mesa. Jr. ProP. : .; Frantic and Division StreeU :
.I .DINNER. 5 to 8.30 .eee eeeeeeeeeeeeeee ee eeeeee .e e ..i,: ::\:. ,.:;. ; ELECTRIC TELZPHOlOsJi:: .*S I .j,701'DVVAL STREET 's ,: Tire Tubes '.Batteries Auto Accessories :

: The Best of Steals : : HOME SUNDRY STORE i 1 i :...._.................... i..t .....-a*. .(::. $22eStMONTON STREET. !.;.....Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"............: -
: Short Orders.Sandwiches : : ,.e4*......,.*..' ................ ..............a...eee.* *.5 .i Dry Cleaning. :. .:.....5..... ...55..5555555.e555.555.555...
'! Al All Hours NEAR COB.WHITE ST. .: .
e : 1207 DIVISION ST. :3. wtd't'reisirrg' .
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: Try Our Frozen : "Your Patronage Invited" .. PRITCHARD, RUSSEtlSlDRY *: 24-HOUR SERVICE : I: RADIATOR SERVICE
: TROPICAL DRINKS ',: Free Pick-Up ando 5
: Open Daily and Sunday : : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicin : r r FUNERAL H i DebTeiy.Seme, :: : NOW AVAILABLE:

4 I 8 AM. to Midnight : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : GQ0DfciHOG >:.:.:. .' SUITSifor. .MEN. : : 6 Rod Cleaning; 9 Repairing; and O< Flushing : !4
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S Toilet Preparation : : : : : t "
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................... ..... .. ..... .... a......a : Lei Those Serre : .: :.: ':: 'f' :.:PHONE 2S2 : 603-OS GREENE STREET
r. ? Who Serve Best .i... ..... .............t' ..'.......... .. .... .....
5 iWMFORD\ [ [ ][) and;;;; ROSS :;..:. Specializing : ..... ................... e

: GOMEZ -220' DUVAL STREET : .. WE HAVE NEVER :.,:t &' -:: :f.......*....:..........-...,.. ..... .. .. ...........................:.........5

5S : FURNITURE CO. : : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor_ for : I: BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUSTS WILL : : Women*.andChildren's. t:J; ..:..' ':. :: CAROLYNOverseas BEAUTY SHOPPE : ."I

Carrier i : l '.i, .PEl .Hotel SIS Fleming St.
720 DUVAL STREET Air-Conditioning ; ; : : t
J JApparel' : :
: Juvenile Furniture : Ambulance ServiceTelephone : .... 1 '.. : l f9 DONALD BARBER
: for Domestic and Commercial Use, : 548 : : : :i Funeral l 'Service : We In : "'
HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : J33 PHONES ."9150MetttfAei : : 3-,f: : : : : : Specialize

...v....................... ....... ............. Never Sleeps :." : j*. '1 : *,Estabhkhed. .'.1885J .. : S: :t5j: %. 'Scalp Treatments" Hair Dyeing

: Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ................................................... ..................... (...........a..eee.eeei .t. IS.5'S' ; :.' Phone 175 ALL TTPF* or: HKIK WA'.K3i :',F." :OUUTIfPFHMANK'MT )
Axmmsler Brcadfelt ; .. ',................... ..i e*...eeeeeeeeeeeeee. Licensed i Funeral; : ......................:...*..................

RADIOS andAppliances UHZtt FASTER ETIE* ... r. ;:. ."."'.Directors:and' .. .: 5.5.555.5.5.5555 5555555.55555 ...5

.. J. A MYERSfi'' *: ,, .anbamer. ... : r ,
: a. *;- / :"., r*: ;24-Hour; : : Scientific Beauty Culture '' '
Licensed : iPAINTING ?: .. ....
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"Terms Arranged ; .* }; : .in All BranchesThoroughly f.
... OPEN TILL 9:00 P.KL. GUARANTEED WORK .. Contractor'1FREE I ;!;'J;,t !'.tbUlaltCe. : ': : Experienced :'
MON. and SAT. ;
: ': Operators '
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eeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeee .. : ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED IT ..-1. ': j'f4., ," .. Son Water O: d Exclusively L-
.lephoo. 9127. 114 Dural Str* t. J.I2.xea HotlElectric'i l 'J,'tis- 43S'-"'Night x91kWeFIas : : Phone 637 536 Fleming SU \ / :

.,t..................... | J. Douglas Trevor i ,..................................:::....... .:;. t .. .... ..: ...................................:......... .
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.. : .:... ......... Former Customers, Friends and the Public InvitedFrances
i 1823 Harris Ave. .
I S Key West. Fla. : > : :!. ... i i
S : HOTPOIUT '. ', ; Beauty Salon
: PassengerRepresentativea : PHONE 1374-R .: : Ranges. .;. : J( .;
,. fir : Frances Park. Owner :,
: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliancft: / !. :
S .S forFLORIDA A ISa (TTU)1f : : aliin Machines for Immediate Delivery :1-.UvENIRs: :i : 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
: all its Phase :.
: : .... ....................a....._.... ............ HOME APPLIANCE;. j tf.::-,.TCORCHSHELLS. : ( .:: :. Beauty Culture :
EAST : ; ;} ,. ..* .;: : I Permanents Scalp Treatmenta
t:. ..21Sas.sr.,. ,. .
S COAST RAILWAY .................5555j5.5e5555555.5555.55555Sare ... : 605 SIMONTON STltEET PHOtfEvll. ... '. '. : facials Shampoo Manicuring :
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lI'ow Locate* Rat : :U 20% Fire i Insurance : !D ..:.,!j, : \':: ... .- ...-. -,....a........................................

DR. COBO'S : on n>4ic dwellings.anti 1bldg :' LandscapjJig Harl\ J and.IJpp.Soil:' liTOP |' i. J.J:SNGES. : : 9 PHONE 1311
s '_ house by INSURING with 4 ; i'5,** . !\ : OFFICE : .: hold and per Atlantic Mutual I Fire Insurance Co. .:,'\ .:: SOIL.56.50 PER YARD or $1.00'PER: .SACK; -<. :' -:(- .: % jo :. CAYO HUESO'BEAUTY SALON 1tI ,
: rLEMma STREET sonal effects. Si MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS; >rsr! -.- '. ; > Ship to Y' Part. ..' .
:: All Policies Non-Ass.uibl. : : .. ..; ..:': :J.ot 1/-S..or Canada Southernmost House in the u.s.A.I :
: Rear of La Concha Hotel Save 15% on : Also Lots Cleared!and Marl Spl'ead-Yur.BeuOnahI. .
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:: MercantileStock j. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 .:, :. o' + ? f5,1& a actov' : : .Featuring. ,
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: PHONE 124 ; ., 4 1021. } j f : .Spot Reducing MacLEVY
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B.&B. CYCLE SHOP JEFEERSONr.'COFFEEr'1SHOPi: '.'r : .,,"' : ..'>', For More Nat
: Ride the Bus to the : 4 ,:?,r : : ural Hair Tint- ::
118 DUVAL STREET : : ;. .,. REAE'Ecf'TE' I
GOLF COURSE Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : eJ, .. } Ing or Finest :
: : St. R. M. .
822 Fleming Open Daily and Sondxj, :1; e.teo:: .' .... ": .. : ; ?' in ParmanentWaves
I : Motor Scooters S 5P.M.to1A.M. 'or t:, : : : :1"
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SERVING ..- ); ..- .
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: Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; COMPLETE Dinners .." ,.... ..... .. Jr..1. ill Beauty i

: BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : .., ,1:1. i.4.. ;. :;!1"tleitttihi .:- y. ?> .
= -- .. c' ". Y Colony :
fcT Rental Service -REASONABLE PBIIEI i
0 Buddy Seats .....................................e.fiiSIe ,' : "I( Nhaltgementix : ,
a : ...... .............................i..i.iias. + :?;.'i. ... '.: Qacaa t :; r' .t x S21 Southard .
Flags xer.w.1a4'i& .' SirMtNext
Q Parking .
:} --. ..M,Cb1. : to South I.
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: Windshields : INSURANCE .. ".1 -
O ; : ; 4. ernmost Beauty
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TJsr.Il 1 s, --r"J.:.iOrfo School
0 Footrests FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS :.r ;: ,KmIItttl4:11iEBEALTOa: :, $ AU Licensed
S. s and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE-, _.It, I.*t ., :, .5F BeauticiansSpecializing
: Also DAYTON 'BICYCLES and : "' '' :'. ,t11i'ailag.8ti.a i : i : .S.i in ,
West Insurance Co. "I Most Modern .
Have Funl : STEELCOTE RUBBER, ENAMEL :: Key : :. ,l1Wh thud StrHt : : '. Phase of

: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB :. ...............55....55 1 118 SIMONTON STREET ,PHONE IVtl i h i iFhaw.1t4 A4 7M-a ; _________ 1-'<'" Beauty Culture
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: 24 HOURS SERVICE : EHT ] : BEAUTIFY 1 .:IINSURANCEt :- \GoodWork-Lo\YPrices : t

: Experience in Watchmak S : FOR SALE } .'- .

:. ing you qualifies accuracy us and to depend-assure : Our Customer Must B. 7 : :'. :: '1(' Your Entire.'_House with '.; !i :. .. ; ;OFFICE- :' : :., Dally Appointments between 9:30,AJ4.are accepted and 3.30PJL ..ti

ability in repairs. : Satisfied :' : o"*% ( LINOLEUM 1*. .Sia SotJTUARD' ; :. : from public by Senior Students of I" f l'f :

Whether it is the inex- 320 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 s : :. INLAID 1" I, ; STREET :. TheSouthernmost .r
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seven jewel
or .
: OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i :', -:"Oppeuta Bus Station :
most costly seventeen or TILE .. 11tJ

S Jewel guaranteed.infinite care is always ................................................................... EXPERTLY TwaTa.T-T.Tr .i. .. ,.. '- .. Schoolof .

U your watch Is not :. i. : TELEl'UONE 1454"FOR ESTIMATE .. :r t .f: :. '.Tioste. No.1i :. Beauty Culture
: giving you complete satisfaction DRUM BAR and .:. .' 523 Southard Street
why not bring ; 'C. '' l ;
: it in? Our charges are extremely : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : KeyFloor West .' |. .rte,, __./' In E- : There. are a Dumber available with over 800 hours :
reasonable. : of .tate'approved instruction who know the latest
: 825 DIVISION STREET PHONE, 9112"We : Po rtet-.Allen' S phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians,
: DAN VAROLL Debvet" : : Co : p. under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of ;
: WATCH and JEWELRY : Covering ;, [;; : beauty culture do good work at very low prices.. Although
Town :
REPAIRING : 9 Beet Drinks and Coldest Beer i.i Company' : appointments are not required. it Is advisable. :
Packaged Goods : J.30 DUVAL STREET ,KET WEST FLORITA'J. For Appointment Stop at
: Work Dona On Premises ... ................................ ....... 523 SOUTHARD ST. PHONE ? :
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: Food Shopping S. S 5 I i ..... CASH. or TERMS ieQ : : A. D. ;Taylor: 1rojnier[ ;riousa t _Mo.erManagerBONDlLp ) : .
: Be Sore to Get . .: ': snarl( tlCENSfeDFREE :
The.Fcufeli' : TELEPHOKE: : 1512 : PLUMBING I
: : ESTmATfe qtVEN- ,
IS cIIceJtVJn I 1>Wnfk'GuaranteedWhy t # : :
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iIS RadioUepa I. ..................._...,.\ ..-fh......,...i..... Installations and Repairs ; !

SERVICE in South Florida : ............. .fi ...t i.::1f..I. ........... \
'7 : : and PAY AS yoU WEAR or;;USE-
: See Beautiful New Majestic End. -
1t.gnikr!1t.JS VsIuaa 11LSS' : ESTIMATES ON .
Thm Foundation of Today9 ;S Table Radio-Phonograph atAl's : l\IEN'S\ PANTS_ iRi iflir f'US 1laluaa- S1.S : Us and Be Satisfied :

: Heal Planning Ladies' Coat Suits,Hr I Fr-Ladre "Dresses; : .
S w.JL. Music Co. : GREATLY REDUCE: -1A_ArriterWbitaDress :
r : Phones 781 and i I
8 : ItALrn rAHALDOXeyWactJUm r nOlO i.': :
: .... EM :: The Latest 522 Southard Street
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Chamber Asks County City May\ Or May\ droierBVOis.

1 Not Accept CountyProperty ,, .. ,.,.. 4 ... --

To Increase Fund For i .-
I t ,' '. '
i Offer .'. ... : '

Advertising Key WestPROPOSES :'I i City Manager Ralph; Sp31dl"g.! h., ] "

was instructed by City j i .
1 sioners last night to consider i ;. THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIAL :
TO USE S5-'r the County Commission land> I .. ; !
grant of property. J
000 ANNUALLY TO 1 i DELEGATE ;I Il The County commission' has 1. |\ :
I --'_ I agreed to transfer to the city. I AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS ",' :; : .
PUBLICIZE COUNTY, property known as 'Poor House' t I : _
l if two provision are complied. :|
j First provision is that the city. YOUR NEWSPAPER PERFORMS
Edwin Trevor president of
operate the dwelling for the indigent ..
the Key West Chamber of Corn- 1t t colored citizens of Key \, -"
mere appeared before the Mon- j West. The second provision sta- '
last 1 ted that at any time in the future "- AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE
roe County commission
t r should the city not comply .
night and urged the county to I I
7 with the first request that the ,
increase the appropriation to the property would revert to toe to
Clumber from $1,200 to $5,000. I county and be.sold by that body. :..... .
"We all admit that the Navy Mayor A_ Maitland Adams \
stated that the function of tak- ,
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payroll is virtually the only payroll -
irg: cbare of indigent is a county -
-of the city", said .. .
any size in :
.f function and not a city one City ,
TrevorWe do not know whatis Manager Scalding also was of ..
going ot happen to the Navy the same thought. At .the: next I, : : .
in Washington. meeting of the Commission, ,
The only Key West can City Manager.Spalding's recom- .
way mendation will be acted upon by', S
get any business is to try and the city fathers. t"p
i increase the amount of tourist -- -

travel" ,to the city. The whole Too Thrifty
county benefits for any tuorist I

coming To Key West must comedoWn -?_--.. .--...-- NEW YORK.-Heibert Tar- q
the keys. I I I (.\P J'b..to) box was: too thrifty for his,own (,
"The Chamber will try to ac- I good, 'often telling friends he t .J
camplish this result. The money TRUMAN V. WILLIAMS cf could live for a day'"on a doughnut -,t .,. .. .'-., S
appropriated by the commission Douglas. Ga. (shown above). is a cup of coffee and 10.cents }
to\ 'the Chamber will not be usedas only 18 .but the young college worth of potatoes"The t;
'salary "or other organization 62-year-old man recentlycollapsed .
expenses. It will be used exclusively sophomore may be the young- on a street: corner and i
; for increasing tourist travel I;: est delegate in history when heI died! seven hours: later dt 3. Y

I I attends the Democratic Na- I pital of "starvation." hos-I K.. .,w: }ni ,
We propose to cooperate with tional convention at Philadelphia In h>j clothing was found Yy
the Marathon Chamber of Commerce July.lZ.. A supporter of in currency and a handbooksshowing t 1
and the Upper Keys deposits of $1233.
Herman Talmadge in Ceorgia ILLUMINATION
Chamber of Commerce at Taver-
this politics Truman says he will I i ;
nier, for we realize that is ELECTED S. S.SUPERINTENDENT
an'affair that will affect the en- vote against President Truman .
tire county.** I I at the convention. ,
The 'commission accepted a I f I, Ensign Harry Joynton waS r F '. ,- : S
long statement from Trevor set- I I Helium is known as the "sun elected superintendent of the '
tipg forth the Chamber's planof .element" because man discovered 'I, First Presbyterian Church's Sun- Soalimaysee. .
operation, and decided to it in the sun many years be- day School at a meeting of the ;
consider increasing the apprpnation fore he knew it existed on earth.I I II I I\ group last night. .
at its budget hearing I I ;- :

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Urges County To I .....i"One f .

{Keep Up Service, () particular} section-..-the Classified----serves the communityby _

J. Mills of the Arthur
Sawyer Albert Post 28 of the American,I immediate sales and the
Legion appeared before the highlighting .i.W: y.to quick

Monroe County Commission last a ;; .
night with a request that the '
office of the county service officer satisfaction'of 1.ers' needs. Each millions of dollars
be held open for an add i- .. year,
tional year.

Saunders The post, who is now was held supposed by Jack togo eIA 5 of American business are* transacted through the classified

..out of office one year after ; :: ;
appointment. Mills said that
Congress: legislation adopted at additional the last session veteran -- I columns of the nation's

service' officer was papers. '
: and a Z .
needed at the present time to ** : : ., .. .

clear the docket of considerable ', ; ; '- } -.; ,
veteran problems.
The -commission did not act
immediately upon the request.

Bills Of $71471 \ I For those who have a specific product to sell, rent, trade,

,Paid Last Night fl.NORTHEASTSOUTH I 5-< -mvan especial need to fill; CITIZEN WANT ADS are the S Sj

Bills totaling $71,47144, the j| ..
largest number ever paid at one

se5ion'of,last,were night.approved the County at the Commission meeting -- OR WEST .'. S| .. most f.d effective, economical, and quickest means of advertising.

Besides the routine bills for Toke your choice of Summers grand.
public welfare and incurred at est pleasure lands GREYHOUND
the County Home on Stock ti WILL TAKE,YOUI Seasoned vacationers d s4
Inland there was an item of $33- have found Greyhound's big 1 1f 1
400 for payment to Charles Top- new air-conditioned luxury buses :

pino.'Viand l>f the Sons county for the beach construction and- Z. ':;f .:' fitted with every facility for complete fyy> fRAOl 1-t ., ... '- -. : .-.- ',-; .. .
travel low fares .. 1.f
this enjoyment. to everywhere ,
another of $12 500 for year's J .. .
means extra for an -: ';- -
money '
pay ment on the Municipal 'I .
pital and the Monroe extra stay.Check your holiday compass :;. : ., :
HOS-I Gay Havana exotic Key I .
Clinic. ,- .' ., .. : a .
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The payment of $12,500 West,exciting great cities,sparkling .' ,
the federal government for the c. -1 beaches or cool,green mountains- .. ."J "

two bulidings. R i then:go the best way-GREYHOUNOI it .. '. .:", :

County Insures S.: E I0 R.E, I Tea h' '

Colored BeachVoting ,
j V MORE Uov .
-- 'Y : > s: >:' .

to issue an insurance ,
policy for $40.000 to protect the Sastfde 04' 9ae4i& :
Navy against damage to propertyby s
reason of the construction of .
the'negro recreation area at Fort JACKSONVILLE $ R.M) : \ I'gSS/RE/J
Taylor the County Commission 3 TAMP.7.60''

last' night announced that it ASHEVILLE, N. C. 13.70: .. ,.., .. ,
would It was pay also the decided premium.to receive I NEW ORLEANS ____ 17.70 d I ;;.". .;:: .,..:.. ;

bids on August 3 for the construction CHICAGO ___ __ 23.05
of 2,035 feet of six-foot NEW YORK CITY 23.75 .
higf\\ chain link fence around the .' .
area leased by the county from ."....u"' T.a .. All ibm T.,.. : -
the Navy for the recreation spot .
for jiegroes. r. fe.. r..y aeon rpetb.e 5*
CHAlnR A seamouwsR
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PiNtWQRMSSoiMM THE TRUTH.s A.O_ 1'1- j' '; .,:,=t GREYHOUND 512 Southard PHONE BUS at 242 Bahama STATIONGREYHOUND' _3 The Key West Citizen

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Chamber Asks County !:I City May Or May .

[Not --
To Increase Fund Fort [ Accept County } ;" ; .. .. --

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I Property Offer ... -0 '
West! III,; '.
Advertising Key City Manager Ralph Splldl'g.! .
; was instructed by City Commis- j k
'stoners last night to consider t x THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIAL ;
PROPOSES" TO USE 55.\ the County Commission land> ft ,
; grant of property. J JI .
000 ANNUALLY TO] DELEGATE I The County commission' has 1 I %
-- i agreed to transfer to the city. W AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS ,
PUBLICIZE COUNTY property known as 'Poor House't tif ,
two provision are compliedwith.
J i First provision is that the city -. YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMS
Edwin Trevor president of operate the dwelling for the indigent -"i.; .
the Key West Chamber of Corn- | colored citizens !of Key '

mere, appeared before the Mon- West. The second provision stated :'!! IMPORTANT' ,
roe County commission last that at any time in the fu-I\,; AN PUBLIC SERVICE
I r ture should the city not comply .
night and urged the to I "
county .
with the first request that thet
increase the appropriation to the property would revert to the
Chamber from $1.200 to $5,000. I t county and be.sold by that body. t.I t. .;.... f '
"We aU admit that the Navy I Mayor A. M-aitland Adams :: i
the function of 1
payroll is virtually the only pay- stated that _
ing cbare of indigent is a tak-I
roll-of any size in the city", said
function and not a city one.
Trevor. "We do not know whatis Manager Soalding also .was of
going ot happen to the Navy the same thought. At the::: next I" -
in Washington. s Wei, i rneeting of the Commission, :;
r 4 I City Manager,Spalding's recom- _
"The only way Key West can
I i mendation will be acted upon by

get increase any business the amount is to of try tourist and > .i i"x I I the ciT fathers. i r. 5:" : .( ? : :' : \' ',' P< {"!,..:iG"i: f 7

travel, to the city. The whole yx.I 0o Thrifty ;
county !2t'nefits. for any tuorist .
coming to Kev West must comedown NEW YORK.-Herbert Tar-l'
th-e keys. I t.\P I'hoto>)> box was!' too thrifty fo>: his,own J r ,
""The Chamber will try to ac- good, often tolling friends he f| *
camplish this result. The money V. WILLIAMS. cf could live for a day"" "on a doughnut f, ., .- '
appropriated by .the commission Ga. (shown above), is a cup of coffee and 10.cents
t9'&lit t Chamber will not be usedas .but the young college worjh nf potatoes." :"
salary 'or other organization The 62-year-ol man recently
expenses. It will be used exclusively may be the young. collapsed on a street corner and
; for increasing tourist tra in history when hei died seven hours later at a hospital -
vel."We i the Democratic Na- of "starvation." j' '
propose to cooperate with convention at Philadel- I In h>; clothing was found $984
the Marathon Chamber of Commerce 12. A supporter of in currency and a handbook .
and the Upper Keys of l.233.ELFCTED .
showing deposits $
Talmadge in Georgia ILLUMINATION
Chamber of.Commerce at Taver- '
nier,, for we realize that this is Truman says he will S. 5.SUPERIHTEXDEXT. 1 ,
President Tr.1manI
an affair that will affect the en-
I convention. :
tire county. .
The commission accepted a f Ensign Harry Joynton was \,
long statement from Trevor settiOg is known as the "sun elected superintendent of the 1j ? So all '
forth the Chamber's planof because man discover-j First Presbyterian Church's Sunday -, .1.I may see .
operation, and decided to the sun many years be- School at a meeting of the ...
consider increasing the apprpri- knew it existed on earth.I group last night. -.. ,,' .. S
ation at its budget hearing. I \

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Urges CountyTo I I <<

Keep Up ServiceAlbert I One particular section-the Classified-serves the communityby

Sawyer Legion Post appeared J. Kills 28 of of the before the American Arthur the I highlighting the i .i way to immediate sales and the quick

Monroe County Commission last a ::
office eer night be of with held the a county open request for service an that additional offi the- 5 satisfaction ''of Imyers9 needs., Each..year, millions of dollars

Saunders go The.out year.post of, who office is now was one held supposed year by afterappointment Jack to 5 .0f f American business are', transacted through the classified

) Mills said that

Congress teran' and legislation adopted a service at additional the officer last was session ve-- I i"f' iJ columns of the nation's, papers.

needed at the present time to
clear the docket of considerable Pt' .
: ,
veteran problems.The t
commission did not act
immediately upon the request. *-' S

Bills. Of 571471 For :those who have a specific product to sell, rent, trade,

Paid Last Night j = or, an especial need to fill, CITIZEN WANT ADS are the .

Bills totaling $71,471.44. the -.
largest number ever paid at one
session of the County Commission NORTH EAST SOUTH
effective economical and of
,last were night.approved at the meeting A 'I OR WEST .'. ,. most quickest means advertising.

Besides the routine bills for Toke your choice of Summer's grandest -
public welfare and incurred at pleasure lands GREYHOUND
the County Home on Stock i' WILL TAKE.YOUl Seasoned vacationers :-, .' \. -
Island there was an item of $33- have found Greyhound's big ... ,
400,for payment to Charles Top- new air-conditioned luxury buses :

pino 'and Sons for the beach construc-, and fined with every facility for complete i ?cnr TRaocI '
tion'f> the county '
of for this year's travel enjoyment.Low fares to everywhere ... 1 F ,.,
another. m'ent on$12.500 the Municipal I Ipa' means extra money for an .',. ', ,: ,_ ,: :. :

pital, and the Monroe extra stay.Check your holiday com- .' ,
Clinic. nOS-I pass Gay Havana, exotic Key >>:. .: -.: '--f--- .' ; ,- : j. <
The payment of $12,500 West exciting great cities, sparkling lO .- .
the federal government for the .--b beaches or cool,green mountains- 's" :.
two buildings. '' then go the best way-GREYHOUND! .

County Insures M 0 It E. .
,$,' I Use the

Colored BeachVoting $ Vi MO E

to issue an insurance
policy for $40,000 to protect the Samfzle 4" 94'U4 :
NaVy against damage to property
by reason of the construction of
the'negre recreation area at Fort JACKSONVILLE ..S 8.60 iT'I..faIf; /

Taylor, the County Commissionlast' TAMPA .-_ 7.60ASIIE'ILLE. : : :
it -
night announced .
I N. c. 1ii0: ., ,1 ;
would the premium.
It was pay also decided to receive NEW: ORLEANS 17.70 J : :III' -,.-.:.. '.
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bids on August 3 for the construction CHICAGO __ 23.05 1' I
of 2,035 feet of six-foot NEW YORK CITY 23.75 .
link fence around the .
high chain .
area leased by the county from tiro,tl' r.. Aft ANN t.nei. :: .** :' : In .-'" -.--'..'" -, :. : ;.i '. :' .
the Navy for the recreation spot .
for jiegroes. ."..p Yr Clew" Tq.tt.c
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West .
PSNtWORHSSniaof The Citizen
512 Southard at Bahama Key
Sniaof u.Ttwlt*Vr nee,-.lie j- :: PHONE 242
.caltcvorut OM_ot..er1 tkn..-- .
raaiae4 .ae ,..... b M ..ctn. .!
i'ta.Wor.r-.ft,. wiUooe&P<<'iac it IIIdF
ialece..a as cause rat .
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Sf watch t., Ile WVBIu. lieu that. i .. :
7a. s.eu t ia.WK.-.p.eialb W.s ** >
eraRlue rectal itQ. C& .JAYNE'S "W I /" -. .
rats ..n_ P.W i.s as.dia@r ....4 .
tnata..t twed n a.. -- e.aot.is.d i r rPAGE --. > :
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TIGERS BEAT INDIANS; i it I, Adams.. Dairy- Defeats;-- tOperatorFallIn : \ .LEGALSXOTIOK. I .- FIREWORKS- CASUALTY-- 1. .

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I Elevator Shaft! *.AMR t'%DER STATVTRXOtlCE FlCT.T.O" f ___ __

t ATHLETICS WIN, GAIN Veterans Last: Night I t S Jthe undersigned IS HERBHT deMrtng GIVEN to engage that jjjjjj I _

MANtLA. P. TTi<>l<> Pnirlin baslnr under the fictitious
j I name ofElwood's Place S64Vllli-I _
Red) Sox Win Over Yanks;:J"- f t- 30: elevator operator, was getting am Street Key West Florida. Intends !

Bosion's Braves Defeat Field Day And j!I I fifth floor a breath window of fresh when he air heard at a name Court with of to 'Monroe register the Clerk County said of the fictitious Florida.Circuit I

| Dated June 22. lOts.JOHN i 1
hU buzge sound and rushed MAKZYCK. I # 4 _
New York GinnU By 4.1I I Sole .
f iwbe.r.JunU
I Contest Results 1 j ,,back to.his elevator. *;JIT-I..ttU } il1t i: ;
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I to 3 Scorn ButJsomeorie!! had already taken %

; In view .Park I the elevator to the basementand N'OTICE OP" APPLICATION'
(Uy The Amtorlatrd PrewO Day FOR TA\ DEED 4
I I I j I : ; the Cruz iet1'whole distance. ...._ Rill \.. IM83XOTICK *
: that
iI / I last]Although badly*. $)ruised he was >"Jos C. rre. the holder of the t
Tigers defeated Cleveland.I The results of .
t the ; the field day'and I I Ij i T ( ) i, able to 'wblkr'jiwa'y from the hos4 'following certificate has filed said
Indians 9-0. last night Cleveland -I j contents at Bayview Park >on'' lOO- ] first r certificate for a tax deed to be Issued |
was thrown into a virtualtie July 5 are as follows: H!; score! pita\. tl.x. :W ard. ; thereon. The certificate ud':-
her and of Issuance, the *
year -
with Philadelphia Athletics:]i I Miss Jeanie Navarro had the,r pack : ] t : ; I' ? urtiptton of the property and the

I whan they won from the Wash-i I prettiest dog in the pet contest,| is-' !f r LEGALS name in. which it' was assessed are
ington; Senators 5-3. The itndt -:! while Jean Griffin presented j to I: as follows:
: ; 4Vrtificat No. 21*
Cleveland .CIS :I t ? J; << \: } : ".....OUI %1l.. 15.111 ot I F'
t ings'now are raccoon which was considered;j t cii. ; : ] oTiOP ....P..ATIO'ir..oj.IClrfsni1 Year Issuance. 1344. ,
f i -\ Description ot Property: Sands" ,
Philadelphia .603. 1 I the cutest pot. i iI |I will I II I t : J. nnr.it i. Suh. Hilt Pine Key Plat Hook ..
The Boston Red Sox emerged I Fred Curry and Lonnell Rodriguez ,I July JIVEN. that! 1. Page &5, It. Coy; Lou 1 & 2. I
I i j[ the. JOKO C. Perea. the holder nf the See 2i. Lot 6.
winner ove rthe New York Yankees each fourteen old .
years filed j-1-ocr.-l:
certificate said
i; ; : ; following han Square 42 ( recorded
last; night. 2-1. while the St. won the pis-eating contest for I I now 1 certificate for a tax deed It. be. I"'-' In Monroe County Records. I
Louis beat the by "..eI thereAn. The certificate number Name in which assessed Michael
Browns ChicagoWhite boys between the ages-of 10 and I I ; t
;{ and year of l*"uanre, the de- VlnrVnt CrevattAlt "
Sox, 7-6. 15. Thirty-five boys entered ,the]I : i MTiptinn of the property and the of said property being in the |
In the National League all contest. lker'l name In vrhlrh It was assessed are County of Monroe, State of Florida.liiies -

night games were played. The I The bicycle race from Division'and ; 'I'I I. th? : i an follow Certificate: No. 24?. shall such be certificate redeemed or according certificates k : :

Boston Braves won over the New : Florida streets to the Naval i Year of IsMistCci 134t.flcinrlption to law the property described intUct .
i .
York Giants 4-3: Chicago Cubs ; Hospital and back was won by :f I she sp : and .. His Pin.of Property Key, Plat: BanditSub. tlook. be mid certificate to the highest or certificates bidder at will the. I]

defeated the St. Louis Cardinals! 13-year-old John Trfelkela. He : and H. fi. I I. Page er.. Ft. Jov. Lots I 2. court house door on the first lion- I-
12-10; the Cincinnati Reds won : received a sixty-dollar bicxde :I t'stunt Sec. 2i.; Twp. CC. R 29. Lot 4.Square day in month of August 'N4S which I! CAP Wtrefchefo
4S .I-UI* As recorded
I 10 0 ) is the 2nd day of August. f
over the Pittsburgh Pirates. 64.I donated by the B.&B. Bicycle I has 2 0 In :Monroe County liecOrds.Namt Dated this 15th ttrtr nf June, 1948. ELEVEN-YEAR-OLD DONALD HOLMES of LaSalla. IlL. is'

while the Brooklyn Dodgers were Shop. Second place winner,|! in j I II t I rea, !; in Creratt.which. assessed: MichaelVIncent f SEAL) of Ross(ji.. nit C SawyerClerk Court fMonroe I comforted In the hospital; there by Nurse Margaret Fitzgerald I

victors over tha: Philadelphia Robert DeFoe 16, received a light II t AU f-aW property bel nil;' In the County Florida.Junht21IdJlySl04 after he sustained second and third degree burns while JI
Athletics] 5-0. and generator donated bv Over- I County Af ),Jonr_. State of Florida.I'nleiW I ijrtiting
r I : such certificate np certificated fireworks in pre-July 4, fistirities.! Attending physicians .sax '
The scores : and third I II
seas Bicycle Shop I : shall be redeemed accnrdlneto
; AOTICK OK APPLICATION the youth who stumbled while to in a
AMERICAN LEAGUE law ttj. property described In get away
\ placer Robert Jones 14, received -
f ; :I ouch Vertlflcate certificates wilt. FOR TAX IlKF.Ulla : I after fireworks out .
or hurry lighting the display is not yet of.
Night Game : .
a bicycle"tire from Stowers. be Folrt. t. the highest bidder at the e IIIII I \a 1W12KOTICK
R.H.E. The pony race was won by I [ ; on I ro an.,ho use door on the first! Mon.day IsS ItERERY! : CIVRIC, that I danger ef infection Sputtering powder ignited on the boys 4
. .: ; iH month of August 1348. which Claude- Lowe. the holder of the face.
Detroit 914 0 I Jerry Hinde, who received a wrist ( lathe lad day 1949. following' certificate has filed !saidcertificate' i ij
Cleveland _u __-______ _h 062 watch from Pollock's Quality I -n tvif; thl 1..I otjAupu.'t th" lay Of June lOlL!!: for a tax deed to be I issued 1 -- -. -- -

{t Trout and Swift: Muncrief Jewelers. i I I ; >time. by (SKAI.) of Ross Circuit C S5WyeClerk Court. of. ber -and thpreon.year ii The f issuance certificate, the nnm-....- .'. Your : a distaste! for steady work, an

Gromek: Black and Jlegan.I The Jaycees' trophy went to t Monroe County Florida. scription of the property and the' ] Horoscope to
is due
1 ; en Jaft C-U- Ojl.194S t name 'In whlrh it was assessed are : success usually ovc
I Boy Scout Troop 52 for winning, ; ; I.
as follows.. : | coming these traits by watchfu
: Night Game .....tln" '. Nn !OllYsarciflaiuance,114! I JULf
i the tug-o-war tha: relay race, WEDNESDAY. 7. 1948-
R.H.R !l t ii THB .unT roi hT or TlIl. ; !. '* ness and clever manipulationThis
and the three-legged race. ; EI.K even J i UU'I*i. ('U"TIT degree brings traits of .
night, Descrintlnn of property: Taveri i opportunity.
Philadelphia __ u_____ 5 13 0 IX AM> FOIl .MOMIOK (' lt \TV.FLORIDA. ; ,nler Cove No. I. Key Largo. Plat
Washington! ___ ... 3 11 0Btissle : only I IV f HAXHHV.ARLKXR 'Hook.. 1. Pare 103.. Sub. r.f Lots I I11. J I: other seemingly dual nature. The --
the MAYKR.1"*::17 '' ::- -'. Sec. 34. Twp. C!. R. SS K. I I native will probably be successful -
and Rccar Mastsreon, :
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Lot C. C4-38S. As recorded In [
Harrist and Evans. How StandFloridaInternational I i : J the 1 I Plaintiff, Monroe Counly Records. I'J i i in a way will often hold good
They I rain; j J : tOllch-1; FRANK jK. )U T.:n. Clark.. I I positions and make a good mar-
Night Game I | I Defendant. All of said property being! In the ]
R.II.E : :: dou- -oTicn TO ,PPF..'II County of Monroe. Slate' of Florida. II riage. There is. however, that >.
'S Boston - 2 6 I j ; J .7169 Reading Road shall be redeemed accordingto .
New York ._ 152 Baseball League l : : {i hit Roselawn. law the property" described In I
h .hOO' Club- W. L. Pet I L t in Cincinnati Ohio. such certificate or certificates will 610 Duval Street
Dobson and Tebbetts; Hiller, { tOrT ARB HKRKBY NOTIFIED be sold to the highest bidder at the
Gumpert and Berra. Havana 'hh_ __ 60 30 .6C7 | that the Plaintiff. ARI.KNK : court house door on the first Monday Roberts Office
Tampa 51 37 .580 I 1( E. ER.; has filed a Rill of ('.. in month of August 1948. whichis Suppliesand
5 for Annuljment against!'! you \IA\-I the tad day 01Ugu..t.. 1948. COMPLETEBASEBALL
Night Game St. Petersburg 46-43. 1517 21 above entitled cause In the (" Dated Ibis. ISth day Af J..ne. 194X.SRAL !!. Equipment
n.n.E. Lakeland .. .46 44 .511 I 1' Court 'or the Eleventh Judicial" ( ) Ross C Sawyer
f Lew- clOt in and for Monroe County Clerk of Court of 126 Duval St. Phone 250
St. Louis ___ _---_ 7 13 2 !I Miami Beach 44 47 .484 '; } ; .Florida in which f'h.k... the annulment :Monroe Coynty Circuit, Florida ,
vjunlli233ejly7,19lS Standard 'and
Chicago .. 691 Miami .. 40 48 ..455WrstPalmBeach [ of a purported marriagebetween Royal SCORES
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f Ar- you and her and in which I
Stephens, Carver and Moss; .42 51 .452 $f : ? j i I you are named as Defendant. : i Portable Typewriters

Pieretti Pearson Grove and Fort: Lauderdale -- -u 31' 60 .341 i- f ; Lewis You are hereby required to file .THFTCOtNTV JITKSK' C'ornT' New and Used Adding Machines -
ROb'-1 ; : by! your_ written 1 appearance, answer FLORIDA. Safeguard Checkwril- POPULAR BRANDS ftf
lnsOn. ... IIMIOIltjTK.
I t o nthes pJe diA*? herein with .
--" Baseball i ( : :and II 'llw;ClH-k o< .paid. tourt. on or before -j ,In re Kstate of Ifs C Rental Typewriters and
Major Leagues
the 1st day of August and Cold"I
NATIONAL LEAGUE wise'tne allegations of .. l h.cespd. Adding Machines Cigars
Game AMERICANClub I :NOTIC'K OF APPLICATION FOR Cash Register and Adding
Night of Complaint for Annulment othE'r-j '
R. H. E. W.,L. Pet. feel' taken \&* cc.n fried by : Notlcn FINAL Is hereby DISC-HARKI given to all Machine Metal Files Desks : Soft Drinks

Bcctcn -. -.L.4: 8 3 Cleveland2:..__ u..-.:42 26 .618 ; :I'; ; : : : Cntl4'y-Dated
Philadelphia 45 29 .608 .ellIS.SCAt. ; Llirowne,: ." >Admihtstratr _
New York 341 ..
of the estate of Madeleine I. .
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New York .. .41 30 ..511Bos'J 1 k ( ) filed
has with
Bickford and Masi; Kennedyand s ., Ross f*. Sawyer: ] I'.rowOe. deceased .
Cooper. .'. 1 --_- ,.4. 3632 .529 ,. QeS-k ofjCJrcuit Court in an.I'' the ilonorahle Raymond R. Lord
.. : .. I In and for :Monroe
-. t.J --.J> Detroit -. ....JUJ4.37. ..47ij! James; 1 fly;t tsd ferRg4ite'County! County.(oullytt1go&armn his. Final Roparland -
t. : ) Florence K Sawyer.l .
: Night Came Washington .----.-32 39 .451 !' ; : ; .eputy.junje.iul has made application for hisdischarge WHEN, IN 'MIAMI "BEACH .
R. II. E. St. Louis'T 28 42 .373; bckt&"I; blaz- ,'lItlUll.. \' as 22nd such'day Administrator.Daedihis of ..June.h., "

Cincinnati 8 0 Chicago. _+ __ .23't44 .343 I' ; 1348. j1e,
I -:-j-,6. '--' ] tree Enjoy The Facilities Of Complete
tInu1orRT .
IVTHB op TilE 4"l I DrownAn
_._ ';
I Pittsburgh : 4 9 NATIONAL x' I'v; .. r.1.VI-'TIl JI PIC1AI. riH'l Administrator the Estate ofMadeleine
V nderm('(>r, Gumhert and La- Club- VI. L. Pet: ; IT O. PIOHII. IV AMI 1.. Urowne. dcccarst.

and .. .. _ > FOIl "O HOt: COtTV.. IV W. CITRRY HARRIS.! HOTEL!
manrio; Queen Iliglx? Boston m 42 30 .583 1 l ] ; : .for- ('II.4,CEll tI.ACTEO'i Attorney for Administrator.jun2330jly7l .

Kluttz.t St. Louis _________38 32 .543 : put : ; 1,1948
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Pittsburgh _OOh_ u 37.32 :1S36 :: ): MARY IMHUK titi'HflAJlNS.ftt'iirr TITlE

Night Game New York u .____.__34 35 .493 ; : Plaintiff NOTICE OF APPLICATION ,
; 4 von TX IlKRIi. .
1l.ILE. Philadelphia _.___-36 38 .486 I vs.stMstCnLANn. Hewer mil >.. I4t2NOTICE .:"': .:"., .

Chicago __ 12 14 0 Brooklyn m___ __ __ 32 35 .478 holder .of the
Claude F. Lo"tht "
St. Louis 10 17' 0 Cincinnati __hh _-------__.33 39 .453 all parties claiming ititerentir following certificate has filed; saId 1 I .6 ,. -

Meyer McCall, Kush Dobsrnic Chicago x. -___3&0'41* ".423 ( (inn.lIT said by. through Summerland! under Keys or, against Inc.. a c..rtificat5--for a ta< deed ti be issued I \ .. : : :'

and Scheffing; Uearn Staley, .=..:...:=.:. !: :: ; ROE dissolved corporation; and all' and thereon.year of The issuance certificate.: the number description I '

$ Burkhart, Wilks and Gargiola. partieq"farz'l:' or claiming to of the propertyand" tie LOW-.
Softball --JIlr
aaue'8Cla.s have- the ; following title or described interestin .name follows in which! : it was assessed" ares SUMMER RATES : -

Night Came -A" '' ; I lands _in Monroe County .Florida Certificate. No. tIlt -
Pet. ; : to-wit; LMI II ana '. in Year of Issuance, 194* .. aclu.lve North Beach Section I C.y Tropic Patio S Sn.*rfc CaWo.
R.H.E. Club- W. L.:
;; : : Section 2C: Lets I. 2. 4. i. In of Property: TaVernier C Cocktail Lovngr SoUriam C Cabana Club
Brooklyn .... n' _. __ 5 8 0 Bob's Sport Shop ._. .18 f .947 Section. ;;JC; Late 7 and 1. in Description Cove No. 1. Key Largo Plat
Philadelphia 081 VFW .10 8 .559 P. Section' tt{ Lots 2 and S, In Hook 1. Page 103. Snh. of Lot
---- -----* : Section *4; all in Township lii. 3-8-9 See 34. Twp. '2. R. 3H E. TNEWSURF4'ON
Behrman and Campanella: Du. Adams Dairy ..-. _.u':5) 13 J78 South of' Range 2S Kast:: ; and Lot S. C4- te. As recorded In I'

biel, Heintzelman and Seminick. SubRon 4 _mom .___ ---____ 4 15 .214 Lot 1 In Section 1. Township Monroe County Records.
C7. South of Range 28. East t:'.
NaTne which assessed: M.
.. in !
Class B I" : J'efndants.SOTtCK Clark. I THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST.

WILL YOU SMILE? Club- W. L. Pet. I" TO 'APih.IRIN All of said property being In the
; ST. TIlE NAME: (IF THK STATE County of Monroe, State of Florida.
Elks Club -- ________12 5 .703 OF' FLORIDA: blest such certificate or certificates EUGENE E. DENNISON, ManagerFormer
It's Kantor's Men's Shop ..10 8 .559 : J. S. TO: S U M II B R LAS D KEYS, shall be redeemed according,
Sport IXC. a dissolved Florida to. law the property" described In Manager of the Casa Marina
VX-1 Flyers: _.89 .471 tins- corporation; all parties such certificate or certificates will

Naval Hospital ___._____.- 5 13 .278 I II. claiming interests hy. be sold to the highest bidder at the
"It is being whispered around II I" they 'through or under said- court hojise door on the first Monday .. -
.. Summerland Keys. Inc.. a in nu.nth of August, 1948. which -- -i;
that .you and your husband are The dissolved Florida corporation 1948. < .
salmon of British Columbia hi-. the 2nd day of August --.i
not getting on well together." is the most valuable productof un- ;claiming and. all parties to have havingor any l..t..dl1) nth day Ross of C SOme SawyortCierk 1948.f.SRAL _ u _

"Nonsense. We did have some Canadian fisheries with lob per- 1'1.*.... -- title or. interest in. '' of Circuit Court "f

words and I shot him. but that's ster second.rod.; third; halibut, I [ liv- 4auhr the .in following. -Monroe described County. _junlC-23-3ejly7.U48. ...Monroe County, Florida Overseas Transportation

as far as .it ever went" fourth, and he1ingfifth. leg-un- Florida. to-wit: Lois 8 and
- -- all 9. ia. Section. 2C; Lots 1. 2. 4. .
) "RF.U'TOnl!
4i Sectten >$; Lots 7 and
'8 in Section 23; Lots 2 and 3. O9SJ Probate Act Sees. .119.120) Inc.
; .Lot 3 J In SS Section South 24 of; Range all in Township 28 East: : MO\ROB COt-NTY.FLORIDA. ,

and Lot I in Section 1, TownshIp IN PROBATK.
..S.and all East C7. South of Range 21. In re: Estate PERCY of THOMPSON' Fait,'Dependable Freiglit anil-Express Service

..... 33 Bach of you IK hereby notified Deceased. -between- I
In Td All Creditors and PetsonsHaving I
that a suit has been instituted '
nf the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Claims or Demands MIAMI\ and KEY WEST
being Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and Against Said RstAte:
ex- Von and each of yea are 'hereby
;: ;; for Monroe 'aunty In Cban..ryS.
: \ i lyot 11.448 by MARY DOBIRHt'DGlXS. I I notified and required to present, Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
of as 'plaintiff. T* SUM any claims. and demands which yon
a In 1IKRUANO KRYS. INC. a dissolved or either of you. may have againstthe Between Mlanil and Key West ,
33 Florida corporation: estate of Percy H. Thompson -
drawn claming Interests by, t'u'.n:: .nr I I deceased:tald of said County to
r line under saId Summerland Keya. Inc.. the of Monroe County.
; 1J : ot a dissolved Florida corporation; Florida at his office In the Express Schedule:
Coast Court house of said County at Key
__let. tot tint have all partieshaving any right, title or or claiming interest I West. Florida within. eight calendar 0 (No Stop En Beau)
months the tim of the EXCEPT .
: |itt the following described lands inM from LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (
.of CI hre Crmnt.r. Florida to-wit: I I Mrst publication of thi* notice.Each SUNDAYS) at 5:00 P.M. Ar.
f said il-i'ts t and 9, in Section 2C; Lots claim nr demand shall be In
rive Miami 12:00 o'clock Midnight -
at at :
? line writing, and shall state the placeof "
I Z. 4. t In faction 3t; Lots 7 and \
,. IH. Sectlo* Sit Lots f and 2. in SIU 1.1 I irenidence and post office address
I ta tion all In Township $(. Of the claimant, and shall be sworn
last to by the" claimant, his agent or LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
of Range 28 ; and Lot 1 in\
rtt .... Section t. Township (7, South of bis'" attorney,,and any such claim rtiesnand SUNDAYS) at 12:09 o'clock Midnight -
bot filed shall be vnid.
L agreed Range. 2$. East defendants tqul so RAWYKR, and arrives at Key West at
title to the above described I AcJfntftl.r-; ; .
whose t l'' As the Estate of 8:00 o'clock A.).!.
t real property. Each of you la ordered -
are to ,Percy H. Thompson deceased
and repaired to file .hi appearance -
-j' % Local Schedule
; or written defense In J a2Z0jlyT.l,4U41BOONE; :
:tills duet en or before July 39th.. ;! (Slops Af An Intermediate Points)

_and!. 1948.* entered A decree_K-alB pro.t each eonfesao pcrnon will or!I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT .

cease fit who fail to file his 'PISTOL SUNDAYS) at 1:00 O'clock
Aug .... or written defense. as A. M- and arrives at Miami at 4:00
required. Thin notice .apr-I
o'clock. M.
. .'....I..ha4a week :
"N'fI ld_ eooU. wrvWa !_ Ills. uAVCSMtAloU DAILY (EXCEPT 0
WEST CITIZEI-' a newspaper cog-
pllh-* fa : SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
p.b1laIaH Key: West
*t you ;itofcroe County: .....P1da. J The New rrlvM ml Jeer West at 5:60 o'clock
I Cmart.OD.I'. Key, West : Target
: ; Key thIs June 24th. 214*. FlOrlol.j
.. IBtt I. Rots C. sawyer Air Pistol

I II ;- -- _- : l. ..... fl'! 31.Clerk By...,Florence,"*of Oounty.the Circuit Florida Sawyer Prieed SQ95 FREE: PICK.UP FULL CARGO and DELIVERY INSURANCE SERVICE

-4 -P. CI'r"
I ---.-.-: .... .w.- fc. Deputy al .. e .
-'- ... --- ..;_ __. : JOSEPH! OTTO MAIN OmCi: and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton tc Fn*'Ii'ft.
HIGH I J JUMPER -DwUkt Eddlenua. University .f Iliiafti.v; I ISM taxraham" Building TROPICAL TRADER PHONES: 32 AND 93
.'afiaail, .
I Athletic -Association track and field meet at MlnBcapolis. Be Med ia 1 rt Altoraty Florida for the Plaintiff 711 j Duval St. Phone 1000 I : .
New. York, UJ ven1&7. witli lean 4>t 1 leeC 7 t :'. lea 'ao: Jut 7-14-Z1.1J48 -. -tv.

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BmnnmiiitimimiiimiiiiuHHUiniiiiuiiiiiiwiiimiininHiiiHniHum iiiuiHiiimuiiMinHmimiininiifliiiiiiiiiiin! \ : 1 COMMISSIONERS -' stated that every effort is being I J CONTRACT FOR ROAD

Father! : Johnson Guest [County Board Sits VOTE ON ,NUMBER made.to :get them (the motorcycle I (Continued From Page One)
: ,concern) out of the neigh- '
SOCIETY NEWS. j (Continued from Page One) borhood. might be used as a park in te-
; :- < !As Equalizing Unit lIe said his sponsored ordinance turn for the road. II i
; ,> : At Last Night allowed non-enforcement within Address Commission I Peace Justice Lowe said that
By JESSIE GIBSON j ; Party h 'i" two blocks of- the city beaches. "I, Glen wood Sweeting and Leon- nowhere on the keys was there

I 'iinniMHiimHimirniininuwnnmrninuiiiiimimmmiimiiimHiiiiiimni, ,, ,, iiiiiiMiiiiinniiMiirainiiniiiniHiiiiHiMrs ; l ,. I board Sitting last as night an the equalization Monroe Sell Truck for $25 ard Curry of the Youth Develop- any public Land.'Anybody .
jl r FOR SANANTONIO' -commission received Buster Cerezo .916 Francis: ment Organization told the commission who goes to t|e
TODAY County
LEITf; :
James S pellk.s. that their water along the keys is
Myrel : complaint against the 1948 assessment street offered a bid of $%5 for a'I organization trespass-
Chevrolet Model was working in conjunction with jng on private property", said
". V i i'L ; FATHER Dr.. Lester, Jr., rolls and recessed the dump truck J
Of- Benefits And General 1 board until next Tuesday when 1934. The bid was accepted by the city recreation departmentto Lowe. "I think the county,

3IARING .SUCCEEDING Begins Practice the roll probably will be ac- the commission. (The truck has provide; more recreational facilities should make some effort to establish -
Of flaw Relief Society I :; cepted. I no tires ar.d'is said to'be in a j for :the. 5.000 youths ,of free parking areas along.
HIM! HERE. In Home Town Circuit Court Clerk Ross C.I hardly usable condition.. )' i Key :West and thereby curb juvenile the keys."

;I I Sawyer said that'one written j Sells Scrap Metal .1 delinquency, in. this"-com- I
i .,1 The Rev.. -J;", It 'Johnson, former -. Dr. J, Lancelot Lester. Jr- son complaint Ja4v.been received. : John Nebo's" bidfor.. scrap munity. > Benjamin Franklin! took in

its pastor bf St., Mary's' Star of; of Mr. and MrirJ* Lancelot Lester -.-The, commission decided to postS metal on"cityproperty: of $20 Armando ,Acevedo in rebuttal asbestos purse with him to England -

: t the .Sea, .Catb lic:. Church,, clt returned July 1 to begirf'thej .pone consideration of the com- I was accepted' by .--City commission ( tated that he personally in 1724 "to prevent money
j of medicine in his home: 'plaint. ; last night: Haskms Machine supervised basebal games and :i, from burning holes in' his pock
,Myrel first practice I
this morning bus the
.by on I "
l "bidfourteen' Collar horse 'riding other day at [,, els
bad every
J !i4.- .j- f. shop
w i iI leg of his 'trip to _San Antonio;, f to4 t r ")( ;" H ,:.. j.L t I for the. rnfeteL '. the. Key West Municipal Stadium -\t _

ciety, I Texas, where he, will serve Our... .f U. "S ii'ht! Army"diStharge"in December from', 1945 the r and the '
of parish.Father ': I community. Albert Roberts
Lady .Guadeloupe
the t Dr. Lester has been: resident surI Three bids tO0Ofeetb'oTl I I business to a channel an since noc hannel
Johnson was guest, last I I of: Jackson Memorial Hos 2 l-2.inch.fire hose for the city's'; *I, man, asked the commis-I I exists in Garrison Bight that
goon 1 a1
j I once more appoint
dinner given he also : fire department 'was.referred. to'the therefore those property own.
The '' night at a by the pital. MlamC where served .
'I plumbing board. He complained
two' Holy Name Society of_St."Mary's" his internship 1941 and '42.; Key West and Vieinity; Partl3 dation city prior.manger.to purchase.-The forjrecomrnen-]1!;|of the .condition of.the city!1 ers Mayor do not Adams have riparian also rights.

July j i Star of the Se ". Church in Duf Dr.i'r 'erariuated' from Tu- cloudy to cloudy with widely bids were from the 'Fabric Fire],strata. and said the only way 'I with Lester and Harden. lIe agreed stated

ings l fy's Tavern. Father Johnson lane University School of Medicine scattered showers and thunder Hose company,* Sand Hook. Connecticut \!| the city could, fix the streets that riparian rights if '-
lag, in 1941, where ,he was a storms occurring mostly in aft j was to bond 'the city for the any
said he was 'sorry to leave Key ; W. S. Darley & Co.. i begin at mean low water and
and member of Alpha Kappa Kappa ernoons or evenings. Gentle to ,i amount needed. He said that the
West after five years. of service Chicago IllioniS. and the'EurekaFire since there is none there, no riparian -
on' here. national medical fraternity. He moderate variable winds mostly Hose Company. ]J I i citizens could not pay to have rights exist
next also received a degree from the southeastFlorida I the Strets'. *> ;) .' "I hope you-will always ascooperative LicenseTransferred -- --r- --- u -'
; University of Florida, Gainesville : Partly cloudy today '4es: ;
with my successoras The commission approved a'
g ; ; J you wer with'.' me",. said in 1937 where he was member tonight and Thursday with scattered transfer' of V beerand .wine license -. Commissioner Hunter Harden !
( I Father- Johnson. "Every pastor of Phi Kappa Tau social fraternity -I showers and thunderstormsI -from'Clarice' Roberts Dixon .:,, ated last :night that encroach-i CASA CORRAL

; 'I I. js constantly striving for a uni.:. ,, occurring mostly during the afternoons ,to Thmm: m' A.'Sands. Jr..for, merit of aGrrison Bight was being !. 822 DUVAL STREET

ted;;parish:"and 1'feel that I ac As", a flight ,surgeon. Dr. Lester' and evenings. the\ Dixon Cafe;, gill; i Division., made' -illegally""by certain "Good American Cof/ee"
Ma complished that 'at, St": Mary's. served' in the Pacific Area for I! Ea3t Gulf of Mexico and Jack- This was a' transfer.of
Star, of th .,5ca, C urch." two years and four months and sonville through the Florida ship..The license .of Hora io:,was'no reason for riparian rights} EUROPEAN anil
Ad Those present (the, farewell: was discharged with the rank of Straits: Gentle to moderate southI Sanchez...Jr:.., was approved for:.to continue' Harden said: "TheI AMERICAN CUISINE
have, << : party .last night wore. Louis Eisner captain. I;I i east to southerly winds over'tb e&<;1 ; .. president of the Holy Name Mrs.. Lester is the former Isabel south portion and moderate' 3rocery.; 728- ..Simonton street. {no further encroachment should'' Yank.. Pot Roast)

New: ; Society;' Tony., .'"Martinez, 'John :Bartlett, daughter of Dr. Albert s uth" :to southwesterry"j winds The -retail: .,jvgpdbr'sj,,.liquor': _:1U I p be. allowed."; I Ilomr-Made Deuel"

Mr. J: ; Stewart. 'A.' ,Pena"Morales,,'Fred 'Bartlett,' Santa Clara, Cuba. i over north portion today tonight. cense of Albert J;--. !JUls.. 1400 i "Attorney"_ ,Lester!! likewise- OPEN DAILY 7 AM.: to 2 P.M.
ed J..Dion;. Hilary :Whaltdn, Edward They..have 'a son Lancelot III [ and Thursday.: Partly cloudy_uval* if et.>jarjii allowed. to-be, agreed that no riparian rights and5P.Mtol2M.

: 'Valcazucla ,Rudolf Wylk who i'1ddryears' : okL |i weather with widely ,scattered. i if' 'transferred, J to',Jfreideri 'Marcel 'prevail in Garrison Bight. Heald We Are Small-But What
where Moses 'Garcia..,:David. AlcCurdy,: ,I showers.'and. thunderstorms. Sivryi.AbQ'iapprQvedPwas": If that,. 'the definition of ri-
rienc : Frank, Del Villar: [ ;. ;i. :;;
then : ; lIen y.' ,B." Haskins,, Eugene:: j No small craft' or storm warnings' Association5, Keyi* West .'
'60' 1 ''' Waitin-f f, La\vrenc t' .EIsnerJ' Doing. I have been issued. Braneh'.. o..* 3 418' 1-2 Front' "
,:s Narcisco Castillo* ; ,' Samuel 1 1' '.t/th* I streetv, _* ,", THREE.: HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES
vnbwles, ._ Jim ,Sobola-I Berf -ReportKey Told:To. Vacate t _
tioual i MUtED SERVICES .
.V : : Buckley Anthgny.Albury. and Wt St./fla.. July 7, 1948 Commissioner Fred; J. Dion! Located in the He rt of lie CityROOMS
f : ; Y.M.CA: '
; -
Elwood informed -his fello'w'membel'S, '
{ t : i The Rev: Joseph! Mating a'I' Jackson Square. Whitehead I (Observation taken at City Office., !that' a nuisance w -S' being con-f REASONABLE: J3SA3S5: :
A.M., EST) '
Nr 8:30
t 1 former-Navy haplai"fa1d! formerly and Southard StreetsTuesday : &cted'in the '500"block' of EU-1] *
%: ,S red .Heart Church Temperature abeth-street. by"a- 'motorcycle'.shop with BATH and TELEPHONE
pf l
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'l iUtUIWUIMt'rnUtftdtUUlrnHWflUUUWflffUhIliFI 89..
J Tampa has relieved Father I j Highest yesterday: located"" there. He said that'' '

-$,- i I lohnson. as pastor:of' St' Mary's'I j Lowest last, ,night, u. ..,84 80 the business conductedvcreatedj[ :; j Ford Pershing Miller
j Mean
t&ti Star of. th* Sea CHurch.rr. aMIU1llIllIN8UPtUIUIWflilMrnUWplUItmUlil1flo .8:20 P.M Little Theatre Group u u h' -' I II too much of, a nuisance in anj
,, __ B3-
Health 4 ,' } : rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuffle I I Normal 'n ; area that 'was 75 "per'' cent ret>i- 'flotel Hotel Hotel

Board on the Patio.Wednesday I Precipitation dentiaK He moved that the i 60 NX 3rd St. 22S N.E. lit Are..
weeks hours08 ins: 229 NE. lit AYe
last 24
Total "
I I commission instruct the 80 Rooms'
city 100 Rooms
t-S d/. ,N (:C.S.".'1''" '1:00: P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval Total this month. .92 ins. manager'to' investigate the j j:' Elevator Elevator 80 Rooms
Hospital'Patients. Joint Program i Excess this month .21 ins.: Solarium Elevator
place. ] Heated
hall : 13.61 in*. ;
lOJl.'DuVal Street YMCA. NCCS. Total this year ii'
t ; Commissioner. .Louis I CarbonelH 1
from: : : DEFENSE. rORCESPROCltAM ., 8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Par- Excess this year .4.21 .ins. emphatically stated that the' .3 C BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

.featuring Square Danc- Relative Humidityt business-' :was. 'definitely a nuis-
I .ing Virginia ''Reels. 8:30 AM. - -- .
I nee. He- 'said that he had reJ];.- -- -:
"'JIlIlIU IWI HU I "III1I 1 W1II I1W1I1I"I 10:15: P.M.-Weiner Roast on the I 73'1"Barometer teived .over 15 .cOmplaints and*I : ROSE BOOTERY
The 'TUESDAY t Patio, Grille : 1 #fferttr an 'amendment 'to', the ( -
; I 4 I 1 |.s... Level) 8:30 XM. Due ) (, ,crtitlon
Thursday tu
i iI YoarSp1etzrIir o-
tha .
2OOP: .\ .-Navy Wives; :Swimming -! Dionrrtotion{ \ .WQuld require, n
held ; VS? NavaL Base Pool.I 9:00. P.t.t-.Dance. Juhn Pritchi i 20.93 ins.-IOI5.6. mbs. thejvmotorcytle1! I concern* to. va-1 '" .
in': the I aid 'and :'His...Orchestra.Friaar 1 Tomorrow' Almanac t OUr Annual'
catq.4r\ ()
7:30 P.M.-UJ5. Jtfitval Hospital! :1 5:45 :. Uim'sufepted '
I Sunrise a.m.
Daisy : i 4 .
Place. Party. iointiydiiith: American;. O PJVl. Pinochle and ._ jf, 7:20 pm. rbOU a' ndmenL'itt' ; _
:? -Bridge. Sunset '
'Red Crow ((2mf-Tuesday *' I I ;) :f4 jjcr ilalph Spaldinj.
) a.ih. ;
came I Movies -. > Moonrise' 7:29 r :
The : ; 7:00P.MU.S.. Naval, ,Hospital l.1 9:24 p.n'l.I : CLEARANCE
Saturday Moonset .. SALE
Entertainers ,, .
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h ,I '" Wards'(3rd.' 'I 8:00 P.M.-Movies. I I New: Moon July 6 -- TTT- _- J..'
on Tuesday" ;r J, _'. : 10:15:. f.M.-J ke Box Dancing on I I /Buy'!f'-f n Key'Wess4LOPAY. 1
the The patio'. NATXONXLtV.'ApVERTISED ', -
'I hOO.P.M. -. 11;>00) P-M.T-BUliar ls,: 1 TIDES : 'iI..
will st : Sunday I
SPing, Pong. ; WritingRoom, 8:45 A.M.-Java" Club discus I Tomorrow._ I ,WiliBe ConfinuiedFor
Showers.' (Naval Base)
cake 1 :' sion Group. i
12:30'P.M. Hospital 'Patients'j'Fishing Standard Time)
The : 11:00 A.M.-"Go to CHURCH .Eastern '
teV i Party joint program,; "Parties." High Low DRAPES: ,(For. 'Llring ..orBedfeooms A 'Short Time
August I NCCS.;YMCA nd Red Cross.]:I'3:00 P.M.-cIasslcal Hour selections 10:26 a.m. 3:40 a.m. )
1:00 P.M-'N: vy' Wives Ph announced. 5:37 p.m. .
W.hold a'I al.Fitness Class., SiC-I'I 9:00 P.Fellowship Hour f. on .98c'erPa i CHILDREN'S"SHOES

tion.,J 2:00: P.lr.L-NaV 'Wives 1 the. Patio. Community Sing ADDITIONAL TIDE: DATA BtiutifulColor.. Assortment' f
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6:30 P.M.-Boxlng .Class. Reference Station: Key West' '
ang.. Beatrice Moreno at the '
ter.lag 9:00: ,P.M.-'Daoce. Three Sharps 1 I Piano." Time of| Height of COTTAGE SETS NOW FEATURED IN OUR SALE

Orchestra. .:. .' ,10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour. StationTiel. [high water (CurUm fo*'.Your KUchea)

." ,THURSDAY. k .G. S. O.. meetings Girls' Ser- BaLia Honda 59c Per PairVENETIAN .
l 2:0d P.M.-Seaplane Base Pool j,vice Organization), every 2nd I (bridge) _-Oh 10m 0.0 ft
: : Navy Wives.: and 4th Monday. No Name Key ROSE BOOTERY
i 9:00: AM. V, 5,;00 PAL-Sewing Game Room: Chinese Checkers (east end) _+2h 20m .,........JC yvEsT- ((5)"

the censes: : I Machine, Typewriter Writ ; chess,'carda. ping-pong pool, Boca ChicaSandy "' BLIND COMPANY 123: Blind l Street, Corner of Fleming Street
ing, Room. Showers. writing desks library current ( Point-Oh 40m
123 DUT Street Phone. 1042 S
FRIDAY magazines various table games Caldes Channel I '- .' '

end 2:00: ,P.M.- -Softball for. Navy etc.Showers (north end) _+} 2h 10m +1.4 ft I _. ... ..
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Wives' at Bayview! Park. tennis rackets, golf nOn
Lowe. : ; 2:00 Pit.-Prenatal Class, Department clubs fishing,' lines cameras NOTE: .

and of He J.tlInstruc checking Service, film service, (-)-Minus sign: Corrections
tor. mailing and wrapping packages to I be.subtracted. ,
ez, 42 9:00: A.M. 5:00: PM.-Sewing I receiving messages phone booths, (+)Plus'sign: Corrections ti j
of Machine, ''Typewriter. Writing stamps railway express service I I beadded.bl1our I II

pez '44 finom. Showers., :NEL.available' to SERVICE' PERSON,I ( Give a. Fellow Time to Answer

and SATURDAY (m> MinuteHO f
110 2:00 P.M.-Boxing Training. Lesleigh Da vis--Director.Gerald :.-)eet.. : '
I 1:00P.M.6OO: P.-Dressing Pinder-Program Di

I Rooms' Showers Jar Bathers.. ; rector. Subscribe to The Citizen. : :
Weaver '
SUNDAY Lillian' -Secretary. ,
10:00 A.M.-Communfon Break- Doreen Cruz Information :

were fasU'Whitehat Club,'UJ5. Naval Desk Aide. four Grocer SELLS Thai Coo
Base (2nd Sunday).
lice 1:00: PJkL -- Picnic. Swimming very STAR BRAND '
-Pool. }Wiener Roast (sign up kitchen scissors and use for garnishing '
against in advance). for salad making and AMEIUCAN COFFEE ,
Information'cervices- for cooking. Cut in this way the and CUBAN

Ann against ( atylnaps. housing leaves will not be bruised un I I-Try A Pound Today- ,' .' .' .
: : Religious literature !library.elephones necessarily. : .,
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: mailing packages.' railway' ,ex-I I' ,
man :
I press service,, laundry pick-up I-f-; 'v4/
available to- all'defense force I I 1 ;: <
': and their families. You .ron depend upon

; MRS. E.. S COUGULIN.S our Prescription Deintrtmcnl -
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Florida I Executive Secretar to use only the
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a Purest and Freshest of
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to Extreme cold ..may ..kill moths. .. ,
be \ Unless they are killed they may .
become active: _.again when the : A telephone ring U exciting' You never ,

storage.garments are, .removed. from. Prescriptions Called rand r- : know; bat' waiting, ; at the other end.That's .

'why'hli; Important. to.ojutrer calls promptly.

lr. AlRllllIIIDlllDllUllllP I'V"" 'iIIiIII.J.tAll"'AR ."..lt.klo important when jou're doing the calling, '

gion I DeliveredGARDNER'S I ,"... to allow* inlnut*f 6r-yotv party to reach the / '

night CARDS telephone. .It' o-w.t telephone consideration '

tail better errite'aD around.nt : ,
116 .Necz 0 Models ie n .
With, : S Toys .SundriesTheHQBBY
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ler !. I' THE ti ffiyyHj STORE .for your party to n.R'er :
AC 1105 DiTUlen Stx *t Phone 91Open
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Sun. -i.Mto Noon 1114 PHONE 177 : aELL i
I Corner Varela Sootx

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