The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00191
 Material Information
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 8, 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
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00191
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Florida, has the '. Associated Frees Day Wire, I
Key West. .
most equable climate: in the iirbi( q."rs .. .Features and Photo Sendees:
.ey For 68 Years Denoted to

country range of, only with 14 an* Fahrenheit average 7 Best Interests of Key West-1

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.. .V- V ; ," Cun() Judges Assn.. ganizations Representatives PHILADELPHIA appeared cf; 20 July today negro before 8-or-t f,: .

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the Democratic platform
\ WILII-HULD ,COCKTAII>. committee and advocated the:
1 '. 'r !11'.I.1: ," adoption of a civil rights program : 1

I' ..... ,PAirTV; AT ELKS CLUB j t.. similar ,,to the one enunciated -,f. r I ,

11 .\ : FOR' CON E\'TI ON'S. ) Each of by the President representatives Truman.favored -!i e si

; Wm. 'bt Cuny the adoption 'of ,
; a plank
-......- --r-,..,. !DELEGATES. '. t .,against lynching with the imposition i .
: I A."lrephotu.*
i of ,heavy penalties.
The .Monroe'"County JJar Association [ .
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I Ihll1"e : t I Walter White, who says he is I GEN. DWIGHT D. ( ) of Columbia
THE BODY OF : :wilt join ;in, the enter- ,, .a" but looks like white I with hands
negro: a University stands on his face
at Pacific ; tainmcnt'.of. the.'.rae mbets.,of .,the 1 I
', .1 Elect reoutciE d: man. was the chief speaker for in telling reporters in New to say about
ing to reach her by Florida: : .County: Judges$ Associav the negro organizations. He has I i! the current campaign ,to draft ? : presidential
Miss Landis. Officers tion which 'wilj'- hold its. annual'0 ,written several books and many I nomination. Later he he "couldnot
rocm. and one empty ( convention ,in Rey West licgip- articles about the treatment of accjpt nomination for Right: Frank

action of Miss 1 11 mfcg July. ., ,. rf ,; J, has regroes been in given the United wide'States publicationand and I Hague. New Jersey l state's party
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,Members. 'of the: ,IJa'r' A&botialion -.; i leaders in Asbury Park that in the forth-
; i '( meeting Tuesday,;e\: n1ng,1; This Afternoon He publicity.said that the ,Democratic I' coming Democratic been lined,
Key; West I d e cide.ltp; ;hold. .a' cocktail. jjartyl party now has its chance to up fir Eisenhower. Hague with
on Friday/July 16., tklhe. Elks I '
? prove it is sincere in its philosophy President Truman as the
Club annex, to which the 'JudgesAs3ociationthcirrwives > .
f i and patriotism as applied .
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) : .' and j William M Curry. 1408 j+t lo the treatment of the negro. I
I the\,'iVeif; :"of the local! bar 'group' White said that a negro who is ,>
i i: will ice invited: to attend.. t Alberta sired, and owner 1! an American citizen, should be I II
I *We voted to help the convcn--* : accorded the same rights tbat ,
I !! tion',of,the Judges.Association in of the Pepsi Cola Bottling i iI I tare enjoyed by any other .Am-
o any way )'could1said .JudgeThomas ,, encan citizen, regardless of col
I i company of this city was
Caro..1vho elected .
S. yeas
I I!or. creed or race I
UGaSTJN i: Uhi. : : I ) president ol: the.BdC, Association. :: accidentally electrocuted; at !I! James Carey., secretary of the
1 ',I to succcstj tl William V. Al ury.'' CIO. pleaded with the committee dsI
KEY WEST Ch: ,: )} I said f day!?" "We, have ''assured"I* '3.00'p. .m. this afternoon, inV 'I to insert a 'plank in its platform -i
; '',,Judge Raytnrtnd, It. ..Lord, wM"is) that will advocate the repeal
OF \I\1EIUE: :\ : { : ,1 arranging?detailV of, the1 convention.thatWe his plant 'on Duval,street. I of the Taft-llartley labor
; I j I : :Will"do.aH. .we can;. : law, and another plank favoringthe '
,PHOPUSEn: 1 1'I to'make the affair; a sueceas.r Curry was taken' .to the return of the Democratic 1 P.
i I ( I i I i I! W.' Curry 'Karris 'was' >(elected: party to the policies. of the New I
Shall Key W< >t 1 i first vice president of the bar v"Gley Memorial hospital.
Poinciana Allen-*:dearc;;' Jrond tear, DealThe
Royal : group; r While House said today t .
Jt'Eaion street.
year' That is a : '' vice prsident.Julius .that President Truman in the : h HAS IIE-
Stone, treasurer and .c. cr taFY. j event of his ,willKnight ) t
: / nomination
Chamber' of Commerce : I
l fs liklt4ba c:sa. i >IkroFiatioqalso i, ,) record to,recommend! to vrct4ti Sale-.?*. -known. >Kr.., .Corrywas'well- 's-l .- ,->" *2 .- ,':- .'she'con. venUoat.._"/,\.- tMrsM 1 S ndc1S4 j: ', :rOIL ;.

In an interview with Rep Bernie C: Papy" 'and Slate locally and ,wax: acerive g S I HAVE

W, Hunt, president of Sen., James Franklin that .t the in civic.*'organizations. Speaks Died Yesterday:i &"
Pqmciana Festival. i 1 present, city charter .be amended ,,- 1 1 l 1
Miami who visited to J;|make the office .of.'city Judgeelective. 'of this/cotyBOLIVAR'S' I To Rotary Club ...... .-r..t.
Mrs. Miriam 6% ,
., 5 .* "' I Saundcrs. ( 8.Though
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West chamber of ''
4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
| They also,\vcnt on record a* to Jews and
yesterday Miami's plans, it was for: next l Dealer"I; i I I tCntiniie$ 'bn.Page.Four' } !sr I II I At Lunch Today her Funeral residence cervices 1315 will Olivia be of'f: is not due to

celebration is to be the direction of Pritchard tomorrow
Jeff Knight of
than before Jr. manager eral Home and will be clashes were
The City of Miami is i I the Florida State Employment II later. that country
pi late several thousands : Service in Key West, in telling Survivors of the deceased d
to be
lards toward financing the Rotary Club today at noon dude the widower Fred & using
val and Mrs. Hunt's \, t at a luncheon in St. Paul's;I II ders: two son>. William 'and in small two sectors arms,
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with an increased l: Church Parish Hall of the'service Saunders; a daughter, Mrs. Tel Aviv the
be able to plan a very I said that it was up to em- R. Saunders; mother, Mrs.,
affair. I I I ployers to list all their job openings i Nelson; sister, Mrs. Ruth Unable
., If Key West will I with the office of which he of Miami Mrs. Lulu Kinsman was Arab
tival here directly I ; is the head. Mrs. Erma Gwynn of Key seven
Miami celebration, !: :r' Vr i I "My office has now 276 job j j'I Mrs. Jewell Metlow of to an ex s
explained that it would t''I seekers on its list and there are N. C.; brothers. John Nelson pact extension
sible to secure several : not enough jobs in the city to I Key West Eugene Nelson of so an that Unit
attractions used in our :: fill the demand for them", said I IKniht. lando, Ashby Nelson of '
ing city for an 1 1t I :::: "The applicants range and four grandchildren. I s representative out of Pal i
Key West. r-, all the way from laborers to law : get
This year in Miami t 1 : yers 1 and engineers"Aquihno j jI is resumed on
val ran over a period .... / Lopez, Jr.. presidentof Civil Service ,
:I four week
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week and in addition t s = I '- I the club; said that the officers t
in effect, both
lection of the with the two British naval vessels -
Unit Met\
a fashion show a : now on duty in Key West TodayA .' streng'-
units. It
water show and i, : I would be luncheon guests of the I II
and the coronation i i '' s ry ts Rotary Club next Thursday. I meeting WH held today the fightint
held. The parade is 1 f : w 1 President Lopez also announced the City Civil Service Board. began will
outstanding features. that appointment of commit- The board approved of the quence as com
This year's plans call ., tees to handle the program for lection of Henry Hall as a that will
selection of a queen to ensuing year will be announced ): in the Public Service De tomorrow
from entire South following a meeting of the boardof ment, approved of 23-day l twice to-
'I but the Arab
not restricted to directors ,of the club at Ito Patrolman. Eugene Hern
The Queen selected is Lopez's home next Tuesday at 8, approved of a 12-day leaves each occasion
an all expense tour )J p' m. I Marie Valenzuela secretary city
northern cities, where : The district governor of Rotary -: the city manager and of btd-
personal appearances.The i! International will be here I permanent appointment of
Royal Poinciana : :some time in September. Lopez I ban DeCastro as city janitor. \ Found
Committee has urged : announced i
West enter contestants i jyear's .' -

competition. ; 1 j : .. ,V.! '0 .'. I Bad Dream ;,i Concha

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Ztimbado ; ADY'sLIVE Comes as George 1 H

is employed by

Dead This ; .. t ...._{ ._,_,,-:_ rI -;;. ,( ) Poultry & Egg Mattel I Mary::LACKAWANNA.Gorcski. 60. .dreamed N Y.- Ben Telephone of ad

i ;; .I! ' ;: PHONE I from Concha at 9-;
Julio Zumbadu, an T, PRESIDENT ROMULO GALLEGO3 of Venezuela gazer upward MO bonds had disappeared .
of the Star ,Cafe, 524 1 pocket-size tobacco can l
I at the statue of Simon Bolivar inn South American liberator
sheet, dropped dead in I ; We InriIP.Yoll In Corn llarc under her kitchen stove. t j from Jack
which he has just unveiled at Bolivar M sourL President-" awakened\ ". '. Ira F Al-
An ; When she ,
this and Price
f noon.Funeral Home : I .I Truman accompanied! GtHegos 'to Bolivar and *ccefrted' the Quality I ed to see if the money was be no in.
lady Lopez to a private' : statue oi behalf. of lhe United States iris a.gin'tnm'a.' the. rFryrs--- / there and. sure enough, it man probably
r ri people of Venexuela.J. ; ,
i Zumbadu was .p -- -- -- ,- .....-- lb. 60<<: gone. t,

FOR. I i J. LANCELOT LESTER;Jr., : 1bl: :,# l'.ltaiROASTiNG Prices

(Formerly Resident Surgeon, Jackson Memorial ,Hospital.. NOTICE t

1942 Miami, Florida) White Street between use EFFECT those miser

Announces the Hit and Fleming will be dosed
KOIIDOR Opening of Office HENS 'lb. 50c even in winter.
the public for I
| that keeps
1941 1 Ford 1 I : For the Practice of General Surgery Milk-Fed four ((4) days beginning (faster than
day July 12. 1S48. '
422 Fleming Street '.e.., )l
Price Very ... :. m** f *>
Our Is Received
MONROE <: Telephone 47 Poultry" Department

1119 While .- : ; "Florida ALIVE .an...<<\ Dnnsed Daily Public Service.
I'| Key West .
"Your Friendly Ford I 1. .. '_' .c Such Luscious .Chicken!

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'.- b Published Dally Except Swnday. by Ifadio Programs I THURSDAY, JULV 8,. 1948- :
L. P. AllTMA-V. Owxr s.d PvbUaher Before the Pure Foods and Drugs Act .. f Today should produce a I II DANCE ON THE DESERT ; I
NORMAN D. ARTM IN. R.cl..*. ******* ( person
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.:; From The Citizen BuildingCorner was adopted in 1904, advertisers of pa- t"'uiI 4 .of great executive ability, who I r'
Greeae And Ana Street* will
by energy push a way into:
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and tent medicines published'photogrphs of f By Florence Theel!
Monroe County Daytim Summary a leading position., He' will have .. \. ''!1",

persons who supposedly had been berle- .t I Selected programs a* listtd below. many friends By his nervous A* Newt******* .... L
Littered at Key West. Florida. aa second elan matter I are broadcast at tee same timt Mo> force "
energy and of character p
I day through Friday. Eaitora local
MEMBER OP ruM ASSOCIATED! PRESS fited by taking the advertised nostrums. !I I tun.. For central subtract one hourr he will act as a reformer, and i -
The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to for mountain subtract two ..ura. with strong planetary aspects |; Chapter 9 I good to see you. Tony. Come right I Iin. ,"He's going to cook for ;you for
for reproduction of all new. dispatches credited The first 'photograph was labeled You remember Bertram
beome mother was alone in the my son. a whole week.1 Mrs. McLane:: an-
may a really great one. HIS
It otherwise credited la this and "
10 or nut paper. don't ?
"Before JULY 5 THROUGH JULY 9 I rding house kitchen. you lounced:: brightly; "while I take a
here. showed
also the local news published Taking. It a man or woman I par Bert put out his hand. "How are I
dinner little vacation. There
ing vegetables when Bert was a
.. SfBSCHIPTlO-f! : HATES! who looked, like he or she has just M.rai.150Honeymoon .. # About "5 per cent oi all rivers'ia '.. returned heavy-hearted with the you. Tony!" chorus of approval
OIIe Tear 11&.. : In X. I.-nOc 'i North America flow south in "A pleasure to see again
?1..I..IU11.. lOG been putted out of a grave whereas the Breakfast Club-abc army: doctor's verdict. If only a* Mister CorporaL" you unfolded Bert shot his mother a questionng -*

fare Months _ _ _ LTi ':1 -Barnyard Follies-cbouzarfc a generally outhenv+ direction or didn't have to tell her. could invent a sheet of Tony: glance. Whatever was she 'up
:Jee Mcr.th. LOd "After Taking" picture showed the same Valley t-olka-mb10OO into streams U1at..Jlow. south- some plausible excuse: for salad dressing paper.I promised"My famous to now? After dinneyhe led them\

,_ r..kly .Ii -Fred Waring Show-nboMusic wardV, going away and spare her worrr.She'd the you at both aside. "%%14.at's all tkts abcut
in the health"
man "pink of Marylanders
or woman as For You_.bsMy had than entertainment 1
more enough Tony thought be
: ADW.ftT.'UXG' RATES Story Drama-abe Mis'McLane." was having
Made Known on ApplicationSPECIAL. the medicine men were wont to say. 10-30-Hour of Serlali-nbo LEGALS surety when he and his brothers. "Oh. thank you so much! HI a vaeatiqnlidn't ;eXen'\Varit to
Say it With Music-mbs __ J were overseas. think of cooking?"
,': NOTICE The extremes of that "Before and Af give you my cookie recipe in exchange -
11:00-Arthur Oodfrer Show-cbs :rili-ycu. Mrs McLane. he said Mrs. McLane' said
All reading notices rarda of thank* resnbittoaaft -for all those restaurant gen..tl'Y.I
rwpect. obituary notices owna, etc. will b. ter", physically speaking, is being experienced Breakfast la iioIiyoodabc11:30Ben t IN THE nnrtiT roinr OF TUB with: forced cheerfulness. "What customers cf yours." told Tony what the doctor said
.. ctarged for at the rats of li cents a line. Alexander Sh.-mN ILK\: ':'TII "I 1)1(151.. 'm1 cooks? And I mean ""cooks. It Please! Tony raised today, Bert. Td realty like to
by Fuller Warren Democratic -' IT OF TIIR II his hand. go
3 cbs KLORI
Notices for entertainment by churches from which candidAte 11:45-Serials % hn.- smells deLcious! down Palm
n revenue Is to L. derived are I& cents line. II4. l\ _%\U FOH MONHOKIOINT1. nitniI nflY. "On my two weeks' to Springs with'you.
The Citizen I. an open forum and Invite dlsci for governor, in a purely mental AfterRCon l\ ClllNCF.Rl.. "A gcod report today Son?" vacation: not even want to for the trip-a little change.

.- .sin. of public Issue and subjects of local or manner. The beaming Fuller is due in 12.00-Welcome Tra.eler8-.bo f"_ >.. "-ITa From her look of apprehension, think about my cooking. Tony's face was. wreathed In .l
general Interest but It will not publish anonjnOB Key 12.30-Words and Music-nbc ANDREW MACKINTOSH.Plaintiff.vs. Bert knew she guessed the truth. Mrs. McLane laughed. can smiles. "At the restaurant the

mmunleaUof& West on July 15, and all one will have to 1-00-Music Half Hour-nbc DIVORCE They found a little spot on my understand that Well you and customers he always kick. kick

do to 2-00-Double wr Volhin*-nbc HELEN MACKINTOSH.Defendant. right lung. Mom." he said. off Bert KG in the living room and kick. Nothing is no good. To be
see the breezy greetings he will receive Queen for Day-mb .
chat while
I finish these appreciate by all
most delightful
handedly. "I'm to the desert vege -
2:3o-S.rllll 3'. hr nboCride ounnn going
for 0'r'laLJ"rlC. "
will be to quint an eye to windward. and Groom-ai>e TO: ttflrn JtACHINTOSH.: for six months. tables. people-why. it wilj be

Fuller is not only good natured but Martin Bloc: Heconls-mfcs &0i went itsth Street His mother's face turned whites Tony was admiring the cheer the beautiful vacationl"
MEMBER <> 1948 3.00-Ladles Bo Seated-abc New Turk X. 1. the peeled potatoes. ful yellow-and-blue kitchen. "If And so it was arranged. Paul

keen-eyed also. And he has a good memory 3:30-The House rarty.cbnPaul Ton are the hereby required to appear "Oh. Bert how terriblel"He you please I stay right here. in .took Tony in the car to get his
\\hiteman Ite.ord.-abo to Kill for Divorce filed : this little doll-house kitchen." He suitcase- Out in the
too. While he is these 4-00- Hunt cbs against you in the above stled studio saying
making, good- : To Hint Be Announced Quiz-auc Cause on or before the Slh day ofAugust. tilted her chin between his took an apron from a hook pickedup i little. Eddy helped Bert pack.

neighbor trips, surely he recalls his _cam 4:30-Wlnn..r Take All-tin .' A. I). 1S4S otherwise> the fingers, saw tears standing in her a knife. "I clean for you this I Words weren't necessary to convey -
Treasury Rand Show-aba allegations contained therein will eyes. "Now. what's so terrible little two-cents worth of spinach : Eddy's sympathy his of
paign trips, 'even in his beloved Calhoun 5-00-Treasury Bandstand-cbs be laken. an confessed.l. about a nice vacation in Palm )like lightning." he teased. loss. sense
." Kiddies Hour (.'ext I hr :..ne and ordered at Key West. Springs?" There was no dissuading him.
county, where his majority in the second repeats Florida this 7th day of July. A. I*. I Til explain to Captain :Martyn '
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST .later)-a be and nibs 1345. "Palm Springs. dear? Wont Bert excused: himself and went about the band ,' -

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN primary was more than five to one, whenhe 8-45-Lum and Abner: -euot Circuit Court Seal) that be very expensive!" out to the studio. Eddy had gone said quietly. tomorrow Eddy
e. Hot>.. C Sawyer He smiled at her with confidence out. Paul was at the office Bert's
-.. stepped from warmth to chilliness in Clerk> of Circuit Court. as,. suddenly he had Ute little spaniel. Snao. rose from the -"You can carry on without me
By: (*d) .Anne C. Longwortn. solution. "Not if I take couch Jus taiL allright. The Veterans' Bureau can
his endeavors to drum up votes. NETWORK PROGRAMS 1 a job play- :wagtrmg Bert pat-
Hotels and Clerk.
More Deputy
ted get :you a good sax player. Carolina
.. WiLLIAM V_ ALBl'R\, ing ,with some orchestra ts. the silky: head. "Tin going -
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2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. But all the chilliness! has disappeared. Subtract Eastern one Local hour Ti. for For>mountain c.stra Attorney for Piainlfrf.i The sun can do its "spot-removing' away.again Snap, old <
3. Airports-Land and Sea. lie is now in the "After Taking" subtract two hours. Some local stations JuI3-. --::-n48.: _during. the day. said gloomily.He caught his grave unless you think it'd be a nov-

:- 4. Consolidation of County and change hour of relay to fit. His joking didn't -help. His reflection in the mirror. "A sixrt- elty to have Paul conduct-with
stages, leading to his coming residence in local gram schedules.changes cannot Last minute bo 'tteluded pr. \ THK.rim nr roniT OF TUBKl.KVRXTM mother wept softly. He put his ted lung! What good am I to drumsticks. .

City Governments. the executive mansion" JtimitL 'IH1 arm around her. handed her a Eileen now?" -__ I They: can settle that bet'c !
Auditorium. Tallahassee. He ( IT OF ICE STAlE' OP" FLORIDl. "'
5. Community th .
..1ANI Poll "OMt: &BOINT folded handkerchief. "Don't let it m. Eddy: a4id; :
will be greeted now'1ike Kipling's '*Tommy THURSDAY JULY 8 '(- \-. IN IIIINIKR: floor you like this. Mom. It's not IT was the dinner gong thai After another silence Bert

Atkins" Evening taar N*. "-I,,, serious-honestly. Not if I 'go roused him. To his surprise he said -Td rather Eileen didn't
was when war was; in the off- JOHN THOMAS COLEMAV. right In six months I'll be felt rested, He
'; -K.ws Report. U II In.-nbc away. hungry. ate his knO"f anything about this Eddy.

:- ing. It will be Fuller this and Fuller:that, Network.'..wsc.st Silent Every Hour-abc.e.st Day-cbs vs. ..,, ,Plaintiff.DIVORCE just-as good as new. You seeThSt's dinner with a ;particular rest- '.And. wftnodC: loking up. Eddy
I what deserts for. Comeon. Mrs. Van
MONOGRAPH and handshakes and shoulder Kiddies Hour (repetsbcwe.cetwork .MARIE TVOV.Vn TIIERESC C rTi: are B ren. their fussiest replied, "Okay Bertram. Mum's
.f pats, and Silent U hr.)-mb9- *tt COLKMAV. Mom. You'll spoil your pretty boarder did too. 'Don't know the. word." He was called
-- Dear Folks: everything else that goes to show' haw all Ciddi. Hour (repeat)-mbs-cal I>efendant.OHIlfr.ll makeup.* when Fve enjoyed a meal so telephone in the house then.to and the ,,-
rr'i-!SportsMu..lc Time-nbo OF PIIII.ICITONTO Mrs. McLane wiped her eyes. much." she declared.] "Those new

:. Who can remember the old days of us love winners. "t',0 You-Music and Pc.IIUes-cbs Time-cbs-east : .larle Coleman.Yvonne: Therese Cote "But you've just got nicely started vitamins"must be giving me an he Bert had dashed been off formulating the note to Eileen in his

when a long-distance phone call, or a Fuller understands; he's exceedingly iMm and Abner reiatcba.westt.45Newuast .2 Broad ay, with your" band and everything apoetite. mind all evening:
itomerville. )raIIa..buII*tts. Mrs. 'McLane smiled. 1 think
: telegram, was an omen of disaster or human, and he'll be glad to see the boys Lowell Thomas by Three repeat-nbc 11)-Cbs Tou are hereby required to appear The kitchen buzzer cut her cur guest Mr. Perrelli. deserves "Please forget all about our

,:(()-Supper Club-nbe-baile to the Kill for Divorce fileilat I short. On the threshhold. smiling all the credit.;: He cooked dinnerfor talk on Sunday. I'm unstable as
; death? I and girls whether or not they supported The Lewis Show-cbs ..au->-iinst on yon w before in the the above tah day st>-lvd of broadly new straw hat in hand. us tonight.Well ." water 1 guess. Don't know my

TIlE ORACLE iiim. New Folio and Lewis Corom"ntar-abo, jr.-mbs Aupurt, \. !.. 148. otherwise Iheallegations stood Tony PerrellL "I ring the !" Mrs Van flutes own mind from one day to another -
7iS-News and Comm.ntnbcI.il contained therein will front doorbell, nobody come. ThenI beamed. -No wonder everything Am leaving for Palm
lommentar)-a beNens be' taken atO: contensed.lkna say. maybe in the kitchen will) had such flavor!" Springs!: early in the mornin sohaven't
: Dinner Date-mbs and ordered at Key WestFlorida b*. somebody-so here I His time to say goodbye. Bes
am Tony positively roseate
If you know a better place in whichto this lilt day of July, A. It. grew wishes Bert"
7:3G-VaD [)ammo Quintet-no- buoyancy infectious.Mrs. ,
1S48.Circuit. was under the hail of praise from all ,
RADIO NOT THE PRESS live, why not move out of Key West and Jerry Jlrnrr Wayne Morgan-Sbuw"-'ba abc-east ( Court Seal) McLane said smiling "It's the guest -. '. .(T* be continued),

settle down in ? Child a Worid-abc-.cst Ross C SawyerClerk .
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News Comment-tubs of Circuit Courtry
The Federal Communications Commission 7:4 Harknens Comment-nbo : (sot) Ann t'. lx.ng v.,rih I I "t
News Broadcast cbs } ixpuly CUrb.W1LLIkIV.'hRUt1r. 'TODA V'S BIRTHDAYS LEGALS II LEGALS I
Sports taimment-nibs J. I, .
by regulation prohibits radio stations CLOSE TO CENSORSHIPWe Attorney for t'lJlntif. I
8:09-To Bo Ann< jnoed-nha (Know America)
1 lectorSays ur.su-'b. Jim.USJ.iVl.348TUB ; ; ., .. I.> lEE .orTY Jl.D.B* COtltT t OTl'Jo To nlF. .,'OIFiI
-.- from editorializing and require ir..nt l'ateabceasttrinmIsiat David E. Lilienthal. chairmanof I* AM) lOll ,MOMiOB TOI"%TY,: MMS Proliale Alt Sees. 119. !!.>
Casebook-abc-wcst .'LO _'. PHORITK. IN THE ('01 liT OF TI1K ('Ol'TVJiINIF
: get the news from The New'York n .nruT..IU" OF TUB the Atomic Energy Commission .
them rovide full and Leky Partner mba -
to equal opportunity Quiz- ELE5ETH: Jl'.UC'I.tL .R- In re Estate ..f1LLMA I :. MONHOK rot "T'1'1.0-
-1 Times that the superintendents of the pub- <:30-Jwe* Facet 1S4S! -nbc ('I IT lNO' FOH tlOXHOKOIT ,' born in Morton Ill.. 49 CURRY. OAfiTHSIIVE.Deceased.. i Hills. i> ritoitTi;
for the of all sides of '
presentation Alp Keen' liraiu*-ct> IK '-' I" ). STATE OF KI.OMIUt.f years agoGertrude. In re. Estate of
: lic schools in that city have banned the I'nn-inal. Casebook-abc-east % CHA "" :11\-. 'NOTICE TO 'rnF.niTOB1!' |I MlNNin n. rox. .q'
public issues. H nry Morpav-abc-w st J Niesen actress born f IVreaved.To .
11:55Biiiy \ 11 ('w \.. '.-141 ; To All Creditors and Persons

The rule is under attack, with representatives weekly magazine, ;The Natipty" from Talent Jatkpoti-rabi Ro"e Comment-mbCO fIr.ALDINICASSELLA: "1'Uintiff.Dp at sea 33 years ago. Against llaviRR Said Claim Estate: : nr Demands.hag, All Claims Creditor or lH-ma and Personi*lAgalnM lla., / .1

. of the National Associatlonof the official periodical list because of a ': -The Music Hall-wbc va. HI\'OR".I:;ACTION Nelson A. Rockefeller corporation "low and _each:of you are hereby i|, $ fJ"a.: ; ..
nick Haxmrs' VHrietT-rcb: .XI I VIC CASSfcLiA. i, ... head ex-assistant secretary -I notified and rrowired. to present J I of you are herebynotified
: Broadcasters contending that the'ruling is series of articles that w'eie, -c:aflegedly To;Pe Asiaonocib-abc cjifi fendant '' of", state former president t''any ctairan and ttejnaiMl wburn\ ,' you. ior : and required! 'to present '
Gabriel Henna;. Comment-mtB : OIIHF.K OF lH-ir1ON t either of youjViay hate against; ;i any claim and "
a clear violation of the first amendment to anti-Catholic in content. 9:1& News Bro.dcast..mbs Th: of. Rockefeller Center, New !the estate of 1L.LMA Cl'UKYJAUTUMI : I lor either of >ou. may 'have againstI
._: :30-Jaelt Carson A- Eve--sbc < 4J st Dominic "aOI'.lIa York. born Bar Harbor Me 40 *' )K. .l_a.e We have not read'tfi arliJles'in l i The I) late of said Countv to the .
? the Constitution:: which, among other Crlm Photographer 298averly AveflllePatchogue. County, to the County Judge of
: Candid Microphone-abie-eait1 years ago.George Monroe county Florida. within i County Judge ,of Monroe foumyJ
Inland j
; things;, provides that Congress shall make Nation andconf'eqtie 1fy,{ : knowrnothing_ Front Pa2l"eaOOWf'EtAnd ; '", New YorkDominIc Long. Romney, manager of I eight (Ii) calendar month from the :)\ Florida at Ida 'of Hoe in the courthouse Jl .
4 of raid K..yVf'1IIt.
Hussell County at
Kev mbs
e- of this
time of the first publication
_= no law abridging the freedom of the.' iress", of what the author may :hate written. At I. 9.49- Movie Background-mbs Caspella the Automobile Manufacturers Notice bach claim or demand shall Florida within, eight calendar
10:03-Bob Hawk QUli-nbc Association Detroit born in t be In writing and shall Mate the month from to* tim of the .fimt ';i
the same time One should r/o SS JAhl'KR CROPSinI
not overlook
; There is something to be said on The PIMyhOUH-Cba S. Navigation (o. Mexico 41 years ago. place of residence and .-t office puhil.a-. this nolle. Uarh
.Ialm'nr-dl'mand rhall l Irf wrli.ne
: e
::: each side of this debate, but the broadcasters the dangerous nature of such a ban, which Jionnie Amity:; A.Theater sports-fchow mbs -aba 17 .Battery PlaceNew Seton Porter, chairman of National address be sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and shall his and Khali mate the place of reiti- .j
N. Y
is a step toward censorship in the 10CO-Time. Place. "Jt" Tune-nbcDoorwar You hereby required to : Distillers Products Corporation agent or his attorney, and any deuce and pout office address ofthe
are on rather weak ground in contending puplic t.> Life.-cbnDunce .c are appear much claim or demand not no filedshall I claimant, and shall he sworn 4I I I'
to the Hill of Complaint fordln.r''t' born in New York 66 to hv the claimant bill a(ten I. or
school It void
::.c that the regulations now existing and libraries of the great metropolis. C5-Eara Godwin Talk-abe in the above ulylfd causeon years ago.Thomas. Dated*'at Key West Florida this his attorney and any such claim or
the Tilt day nf August: 194*, demand not filed whall he. void.
violate the first amendment. 11.03--Nevxx. Variety. :Z hrs,-ensw otherwise the allegationii therein H. A. Lewis of Los 23rd: day of June A. IX MCKILMP.A 194*. I (*) HARRY It S.\l" nF.RR.
\* and Dane Band-abc will be taken as confessed.This of
There is considerable difference between It may be that the articles' in the Na- ';swa. Dance Band i hrs.-mb* I order to he published cure Angeles radio company head, Administrator com t."tam..ntoann.ao ,| Tertament ezerutor of Minnie If,. fox, deave '. .
11:15-.Nws & Variety to 1-nbu a week for four born Troy, N. Y.. 46 ago. :; of tie LaM Will andTestamest .
:; tion ronnemtlre weeks years | -* were anti-Catholic in content but of Illraa Curry OarthEide.
the right guaranteed to on .
In ,
newspapers 2OO-Dc.-m-e Condnuedabecw.'SLEGALS I The Key.t Cltiaen. a news.paper Percy Grainger famed composer deceasedTV. jnni-24juU-S! ; 1JIS ,
connection the other hand the articles published in published In Key \Vest; ; Florida. HARRIS.AU..rnr "
: in with the presentation .. born in Australia 66 years CCRP.Y H

and discussion. of news, and that to be enjoyed many Catholic publications are definitely of bone July and A. ..Ordered. I 48.SEAt. thin 7th day ago. cum t'otaraente. for Administrator annevjun ,. : !'ti F.L'\-R'TII TIlE rinn-JllliritL.IT CIIIRT nnfTIT op. TuB <|

u. anti-Protestant. < .) Ross C SAWYER 24; jnl 1-S-li. IS4S.I | OF TUB T.'TK OF "'..01111". q
by a station licencee. The radio station .
Clerk of the Circuit Court ORDINANCE NO. 210.COMMISSION. iAn FOH MotttoB "UI'\ ''
IN THB ('IR'T ('01-RT OF THB' 1\ ('II'F.II" '
If writer cannot discuss :Monroe County Florida
: receives a somewhat monopolistic license a SERIESAN \ THE nn..t'.T COIRT'OF TUB ,
.\ Kt.i\K\TH jiimiti, riRrtrrOF Ry: (*d) Anne 4'. I nK",'''rth. (/. C. I fmnr > 11-131 |.
-: from the Federal Government and from his own point of view without being THB aTtTIoFLI.litlDi. THOAlAa Sw Crif Kl.t\E\TH JIUHIAI. (IH-i Ills' OItClCLARENCE -
IN "1NO Felt MONROB CO1XT1.IN Solicitor for the Plaintiff. ORDINANCE PRESCRIB. tllT OF TIlE ST'TB OF FLORID H. KOKXIO.I'lalnliff, "-

the number of stations permitted to operate accused of intolerance and bigotry and ('HAtI'IRS.S.'..: JuIS.l -%!- >.lS48 ING THE MINIMUM ATTIRE .*. l'.> .*'M ION MONROKOITI. J I .
N*. "-IT. ( 1\ fRt'nJE.NX' \ irs. DIVORCE ",
:.: within a given area is strictly limited. without the publication in which it appears THOMAS: ROBIRT ':ILLKX. TO BE WORN BY PERSONS a*. %.. I.-.... I MAROARET. O. KOKXIO.Defendant..
tv THB CIRC IT < *'
:. On the other hand, the interpretation being banned as anti-something or -a. r/i>ORCECATHERINE F.L'\'K>TH Jtiiiriti. tit- 1..1AT1', Plaintiff OIIIIKR OF PIHLICATIO?
of the rule by advocates of existing regula- other, the day of freedom in writing will l@ft'ndant. -. T4TK' OF FI.OHIU1. BUT_ SUCH PROVISIONS Er/WARD. J. KRATOCHMUDefendant. I Margaret O Koenlff I ;
:-: tions that the public has a right to "hear soon come to an end. : Katherin Cane F. (iillen, laz# N.. 1I-4T7 SHALL NOTAPPLY WITHIN OHDRIt oP PIHLIC4TION HOLLYWoOD Calif. '
1438 Prescott Avenue SIANINE BARE L.E ROY. TWO (2)) BLOCKS OF THE TO: Lt. Edward J. Kratohrll, f Toy are hereby retnlred to ape Ht
:- all sides," and that the station. must give There are many eminent, :respectableand Portland, Oregon. Plaintiff BEACHES _PROVIDING PEN- District" Ship Salvage' i t pear in the Bill of Complaint for dl-
You are hereby required to appear y&HARRT ; Com. 17,, :N.- D. :NOB- I voice In the above styled .''BM! onI
: expression to divergent points of view on good Catholics in the United States to the Bill of complaint for .JAMES LE ROT. ALTIES FOR- ITS VIOLATION; Kodiak. Alaska. I! or before the 19th! lay of July. A.
: Divorce in the above styled causen efendaat.niVORCB AND PROVIDING WHEN ORDINANCE You are hereby required to ap; IX. 1,4*. otn.erwl.oe the allegation I ;
.: controversial questions can be carried to and most of them accept the freedoms or before the Sth day of August ACTION pear to the Bill for Divorce filed therein will be taken aa ronfewed. ,
: A. I). 194*. otherwise, !! the allegation OHItRH OF PITJI-ICATI\. GOES INTO EFFECT.Be against you In the above ..t)led This Order I I" to be published once tj
.: absurd extrem'es.For which we associate with Americanism. therein win we taken a* con To: HARRY JAMES 'Ul POT it enacted by the cause on or before the 2nd day of j ia 11for. four consecutive week i I If
fessed.Thin. Whose place of residence is D-. otherwise the In The Key Went (Citizen a news. ,
August. A. m8. f
example, most of the people of Among them is the right to religious freedom Order Is to b! publishedone unknown and. who conceals City Commission or The City of allegation contained therein will paper published In the City of Key t t.L
.; the world that the world is round with the individual having the privilege a week for four consecutive himself no that preeii cannot Key West, Florida: |.e laken a* confeed.TA !I "-... Florida ',
agree weeks in Tbe Key West Citizen, a be permanently nerved upon Sectiom 1. It shall be unlawfulfor .ne and ordered at Key We.t. ,I bone and ordered thin ICIh day of .
:.: but there is a minority of individuals who of expressing opinions without run- newspaper publt&nett In Key West him. Florida, this 30th day of June A. June..Lt I). 194$. '
Florida. You are reou.red to file In the persons over sixteen ((16) p. 1.148.C'irntlt. (
:. assert; that it i is square. Obviously, it would ning afoul of the law. 1>4>:0. and Ordered this 7th day ef Court and cause above stated on years of age to be on the public { Court Seal) Ron C Sawyer ,.
). before August 194* I. Circuit
July A. I I>48.EAL or 9. your appearance Rosa C Sawyer. Clerk of the Conrt. ?
:: be an absurdity to grant time for the 'pre- The freedom, however, may become <::;> ) Ross C Sawyer to the bill of complaint. streets of The City of Key West, Clerk of Circuit Court. Monroe County, Florida.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. for divorce else the name will betaken Florida attired in less than By: Kathleen Nottage By Cad) Anne C. l. ncwortb.Iiepnty ,
sentation of the square-view-of-the- transitory if such writers are punished bya Monroe County, Florida.Ry aa confessed and Decree Pro Deputy Clerk. Clerk. .
shorts and of
: (sd) Anne C. Lonsworth, Confeimo still be entered againstyou. a top, consisting WILLIAM V. ALBl-RY. .J. T. Porter IV
: world. foolish censorship or subjected to pres- Deputy Clerk. This Ith day of July. ..*. I). halter or shirt or undershirt or Attorney for Plaintiff.juiliS.2 Solicitor<< for Plaintiff. I
; J. T. PORTER. IV 194*. :. 194*. hiBlT-H.Jull-S. 1S4I .
; The same comment: applies to many sure from all those who do not. agree with Solicitor for Plaintiff.ix Circuit Court Seal) cape or other like covering. but .. --- ,
..1)-1.-2-.1* ae... C Sawyer this prohibition shall not apply
.: other ideas and opinions held by the vast the conclusions presented.Not x Clerk of the Circuit Court within two (2)) blocks of the

:. majority of individuals in this country. For By: Anne C. Langw.rtbDeputy Clerk beaches. -H

:- example, not many people believe that one every newspaper article is printedas IITII THK ".nr"'T 10"\"rot-RT rmciiT or THE iND \ solicitor THOMAS for S. the CARO Plaintiff. Section 2. Any person violating : lhi: FroinshereIsit..4Joe I Marsh

,\. FOR MONROB POt NT", Jntt-l_ 229.194gIV any of the provisions of this i.
= should drink poison or risk the b'ite of rattlesnakes written. Sometimes printers and. proof: FLORID IN CHtNCBHl. ordinance shalL upon conviction -
('a.* N.. 1!- .->.
: to test one's religious faith. Nevertheless readers have their own ideas. MELBOURNE elL ila FA RLANE. THE riRCriT COCRT OF THE= be punished by a fine not to exceed I,.
Plaintiff, BLK%-ENTH Jt Ui-ltl riHttlT Fifty Dollars ($5000) or ,
: there are some people who -vuMARI4IN- OF THE 8T'TK OP FI.O- Will's Hospitality
the Jail for
imprisoned in City
: 4.DK MaeFARLANE.Defendant.. Nibs. |V A>'0 8ft VOVROB.IN .
.: make this a cardinal point in their religious WHAT GEN. MARSHALL SAID CH\CKH. not more than ten (10) days or ',

ORORR FOR PHI.IO.\TIO Cmmr ,.. 11-411 by both such fine and imprisonment. "Cracked"lEyuabtuluJJUr.
practices. Certainly" it !
would be absurd TO MARION ADA MarFAKLiANE NANCY. .R. JARVIS Isn't

to compel station to give time the As nearly American knows 24 \>'en on Street I Plaintiff .
every .
Sprinprfleld. laiaa6 *>u.'*ttV"l T DIVORCE Section 3. This ordinance
presentation of this out-of- there committee meetings held Too ARE N4T1AFJdthat R; EL'GENE JARVJ3 I
or equally are some shall into effect
compIainhoir4ivob. go
a bill I of I Defendant. .Win Drifeyftltaaed s. Will's IfvlBg room Jocia't I II.
focus beliefs. by Congress at which witnesses usuallymen has been filed against you in the ORDFR OP PI"BL''ATlft'ti its passage and adoptionand hut It'
-- *M ,
look like It .
... above styled ....."Ya.y" .LIL.> I TQ: R. Eugene Jarvl!. t authentication the U give U* Urbr roomthat a jar -
'. There is admittedly the danger that high in the Government*._are permit Dot'RN. !; H. SIaCFARL4 1E' tnd Gb..o.'Jr.lniL by signature "mw ..."- laju.4 t. emre. fey far the moat 'limb!.- tiviag .
?roul... hereby ordered and1quired \0.:' I Yes are hereby required t. an- of the presiding: officer and tally rcfioiafc' the weodwwk ac4rtplutcr room I know i A place yo caa
-: ;if radio stations are 'permitted to make ted to testify with the understanding that to file your Appearance pear t. the Bill of; Oomnlalnt for the Clerk of the Commissionand alwsja drop b for good talk good
answer or other pleadings In fcald Divorce in the above styled cause 1M"11a. i
their own rules as to the broadcasting of what they say will not be reported. cause on or before the 31st day of 'oa or before the llth day of August publication therof one timein beer. aa4 a w jarweJcae.; .J'(
July 1*4S.; otherwise the allegation AIX.. 194*. lhrwls lb. air a newspaper of general circu- E* ry tin TTUI' tot'*Bt the .
news an-J. opinion, some "monopoly"might Recently, Secretary of State GeorgeC. of sabt bill will be taken asconfeseed legations therein will be taken a* lation published in the City of potty to start Ailing fai the crack," From wbcro I iK;,to long aa WIn

':- result and such a power, if exercised Marshall appeared before the House be published by in you.the Thin Key order West to I confessed.This. Order. .. to be published Key West, Florida. a iMifhfceT stopped by to pan the put that atmosphere of hoapita1-)

: Citizen Key "*..t. Florida once one jt week for f_r consecutive Read and passed first read tilDe ef dsy-ud list thinS you ity and good fellowship ahead 'of
n by a small group in control of the larger Foreign Affairs committee. and testifiedfor a week for four consecutive weeka In The ,Key Went CUiien. anewspaper on held knew there wu a group*t us Mpim everything elM, well aU be happy

radio organizations, might become a real more than an hour. It was not intended weeks.THIS 3.th day of .tune. X D. Monroe CountS published Ftarida.Do In. Key. West. rag June at 8, .1948.regular meeting Wi3 dot tt.Job up rffbt Miss to hlp Will efcaage tbo leoia oj hlt .'

menace to the "freedom" sought and approved that the Secretary's remarks shouldbe 1948. I I ae and Ordered tbl :U. day- of Read and passed on final reading WCl called a halt to the Tf&ing' brine nom PlUme ho wants. ..
(Seal ROM C sawy.r July A. IX 194*. work we'd alt *re >4 tb e fin en. ;:
Clerk of the Circuit tSEAL) Ron C Sawyer at a regular meeting held
by all. made public but, subsequently, CharlesE. By: Florence S. Sawyer Clerk ef the Circuit Court, July 6. IMS. Joyimr a friendly arrBamit sad & CL, .7MI ;,:..

Eaton of New Jersey chairman of the Deputy (' Monroe County. Florida. upskliag aWe of aa1Jtrw b.e. :
DE COSTAS. :MAKR & co.rt.1 By: .(ad> Anne C. Lonrworth. A. :MAITLAND ADAMS C7 t tl4f.l

.. Only an intelligent man has sense committee, was authorized by.Sejcreta. >y Attorneys&.7 Biscayne for Building Plaintiff J. Y. PORTER. IV. Deputy Clerk. Attest: Mayor. :;

enough to recognize his own limitations. Marshall to make a statement Miami 32. Florida. ,,, wacb..r : ull-' ". t
) -22,194S JIYI-w.z1-Mn I' City ciek.'fr' 1..If "II .
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Lopez, ; SOX; : : Key West In

Pro, Warms Up t I I _, A's WHIP YANKEES Days Gone ByAS

f Jf 'leer Defeat Brave* Atf'ittFbitrgh .. TAKEN FROM FILES OF
Open Be innin i
Takes Sec .* JULY I. 1933:

... I How, They Stand 1iIdII1IIIA IUIIDIUmr

PLAY STARTS ON COUNTRY -*-_-,.- i I .d. I'laee Spot From W. C. Banks, captain c i tar

lighthouse tender Poppy a.-r.'. \i
CLUB COURSE 4TWEST >, al I Cardinal* Florid i.fonal in Key Went today for a 60-dav

PALM BEACH Jr.. J f Bjr The -c..,rl ....... Baseball League \acation The Poppy *, 4n i.iian.i
; who NEW Club'V. L. Pet harbor where her crew v
July -Bob
working beacons.
ENTRANTS,TOTAL 100 at Feller returned to form last Havana .,.60 31 .639. --
among night and Cleveland easily defeated Tamp 51 37 ..5811'St.
.. .. : Members of the Florida Ke\
*r -UI 'r* ruiaral j|with the Chicago ,White Sox Petersburg. 46 43 3U
WEST PALM BEACH'July 8. pre- 10-2. Philadelphia Athletics kept Lakeland ,. .47 40f ..x516Miami 'Aqueduct Commission met yesterday : -
-A record entry list was predicted Open pace .with the Indians, however, Beach .3 ,4 i 489. in La Concha with represcntatives
ry. j I beating the New York Yankees, Miami _, ,:..:. 4O.f1t .....9 ,: of bond-buying COlD-
for the Florida Open here panicsThe .
.e.en.it'e asked
I The j 1-3. West Mm Beach 43 52 .H1 .rep
July 9-11 as some of the state's. o i Washington Senators won a Fort Lauderdale' 32 00 ..348 for further guarantees before

leading golfers moved in to get top r-srd-fought game from the Bos-t I i i bidding. on the bonds

acquainted with the new West a !' ton Red Sox, 7-0 while Detroit Major b h.ali.u.ag -
Palm Beach Country Club in advance tee with Newhouser pitching great If'I B. Curry Moreno WPA acting

of the competition.The i yards ( ; bail won from the St. Louis AMERICAN .j i supervisor in this area, atioounc
southeastern PGA champion Browns, 6-0. S Cluh.. W L. Pet i f't.Iodly that all _WPA worksc
Pete Cooper of Ponte Ve- the In nocturnal tameslast night Cleveland 43 26, .62.11 in "Slonive county would get
dra Country club Joe Lopez of more : In the National League thBrooklYn Philadelphia 4ti 29 _613J 3|I pa>- raises; of $; eo a month

Key West and Benny Cham- its I< Dodger defeated the New York 41 31 .5C I
paign of Dubsdread Country ;The: Boston Br.1"es.- 4-3; the Pitts Boston 36 33 .322Detrwt I Key West Rotary Club yesterday -
club, Orlando, arrived Tuesdayfor Ujinc, : burgh Pirates won. from St 33.:37 486 pawed. a resolution reconi-
their warm-up rounds with Gene, Louis Cardin Is. 2-1. snd the Washington. 33 39 453 mendin? the establishment of u
host Cljde Usma Jr Most of while New York Giant*. beat the Philadelphia St. LOUIJ _'0 2C 43 J771{I county hospital in Key Wes
the pros and a good many amateurs : ters' i(i : Phillies. ,1-&. The -Cincmnatl Ch _-, 23 45 J38
were expected for the pre moor. Pads defeated the Chi; Clf.U'N. O :. I Victor Larsen lo.u members cr
tourney pro-amateur event scheduled lob,' : eago'Cubs, 113. in:-game play-. Club- .' W L. the Key W-sl Lions Club, at a

for todayDeferding n l''Ifo j eJ.\., $terday. .The 'scoresi : Boston ____ ? 42 31 meeting 1 U':. night hat. he L organizing

Champion Charlie f.a I i l N AMERICAN LEAGUE :, St,.. Louis .,_. t,-_ S5 33 Pet.j a ,Softball league, with
Harper Jacksonville; Ward course: -, ,' 'Night_ Cam* Pittsburgh ',:._ "_ "_ 33 32' junfor! and, midget divisions
-- -. ...... .-'0'-_',- I : -,. B.HB t New'.Yoik : .:: 33 35 ':500Ph .

: ::CI..X:.I'nl ._ 'i- 10 14: 0 adelphiq. >_ ,+_ .3S9 .480 Last Jiigbt 'M3Y.Q1"-: Willard M

Bob's Sports Py. J Chicago ':- .' .'__*-_ i- 2 8> 1:. Brooklyn 't.z' 6' 3T35 ,.485 J\1.\JItIiY- presented He;'uarres at
A counci. ) sheeting ot five minwhom
Feller and HegahsCaldwell, Cincinnati: .t. 34 39 -..466Chicago '
I ___. _' he had appointed to the
Gillerpie Iiot Matt end. Robin- ':', 39 42 .417
t \ Key West. Housing Autho:tj .
Kantor's Takes 1 but th"' council jefu-sed to confirm -
j I II Softball I4 achesClass .hem. 'The tote stood thre:
to three with one councilman
i R.R E.1 "A-
SPORT SHOP ..IS.LE. : -* Philadelphia. 441 Club- W;; L.Pel.. abstaining. from voting.
f, Yoik- : : 390 Bob's Sport Shop : 18 I .947 --T--
IN; L&\GUE'IX FIRSTHALF t _n' VFW __ .. _, Luiz and Netor itt ndez uhohad
Fowler and Rasar' Bryne, Shea 10 8 -.5SfIAdlD".s. .
I" .C been yn-tin their grand
PLAY WITH 18 J '. I I napf.. left today. for their home
WINS i : Night. : Cam, I.I Class "B" !n Miami
R. H. EVasliington vTruD- W .L. Pet

Tonight.Bob's Sport Shop _'On _- __ 7'11 0 Elks Club __ ._ 12 S .703 Benjamin Roberta who had
plays the Vets of Foreign Wars: 'I. "ston 0.. .._ ._____ 6 12. 1 Kantor's Men's Shop 10 3 .559 been visiting relatives in Key
and the Sport Shop boys can not i "I' Scarborough. Welteroth Fer VX-1 Flyers .. 8 9.4it West returned to Midmieie" -
L : and Esily;- FerrK. 'Kinder.. Naval Hospital 5 13 .278 .
lose the first-half as they have ,_; I lav. Mrs. Roberts is remaining
won eighteen games and lost 1 : ll, Dotoson and .Tabbetts -- 'rig .for'a-further stay 'of a week
one with eight more to play : First I
They are eight games in. the ; i Night- Cam ''Tqdav The Citizen said in an
le=d. The best the Vets can do ( '[ P. H. E. 'fJieWea her editorial paragraph .
is tie if they win all their games i _ __ 011 O. '"There are many women who
and Bob's lore all their remaining *',. ; Louis ___ .__ 5- 0 7 3 have a. .100 percent scandal po\\
games. 1 First I Newbouscr and Swift: Ken FORFC. \ST tt1: '
The second game tonight Hill Ad Shore, Widmcr and Moss :
;Key West and: VicinityPur'tl'Cloudy ,
fee Kantor's Men's Shop play l mn1MRN111aunawpwiiNtsrniF'iiniaituIfia0.
with showers:.sad. thunUersiorms -.
the VX-1 Flyers. These club NATIONAL LEAGUE '
? N
: WlInl's
'Night Came in 'the vicinity.. Little hoisrg
ere fighting it out for second
place. Kantor's is a game and a First' R. H E. change in temperature. Gentle t at th.ARMED' .
; 4. 7 2 to moderate southeasterly winds
half in the lead and a reverse .
tonight will put them just,a half I|I.. & 1t'r"l \ ,. z' .___ ..__ -Sal: .,.today: .tonight and Friday. I; 1 SERVICES'
Florida: 'Partlycloudy' today Y.M.C1.A.
game from the FJ>'el'S. Branca, P.oe and Campanella; .
and SalkelJ. tonight,and Friday with Tattered 4 Jactssos S4(1aar.. Whitohad
1 I I showers and thunderstorms occurring '
Statistics Of Class;,: First Night Came r Mostly Curing 'aft!r- and Sauihard StreetsaaiwMlrtrrpNUttitifgmpttrittati
i I :vs R H. E. noons.

I __ __ 0" ,2 10 01 East Gulf and Jacksonville Thursday
B Softball LeagueUp !I V$: Louis ___ ._..._ 160 through Florida Straits: Gentleto 9:00 P.M.-Dance.. John Pritch-
t Chesnes and Kluttz; Bruit moderate southeast to southerly ard. and .His Orchestra.
to last Fridav night's softball First Baker. winds over south portion: Friday
games at Bayview Park, the ys. I moderate southwesterly over the t;30 t .M-Bridge, Pinochle and

foilowm were the; leading hit;1}I $eC : : Night Gam north portion today: tonight and Movies.
ters in the Class B League; according R. H. Friday. Partly cloudy with scattered Saturday

to statut'cs reles-ed bj. >J : I York .,_, ___ __ 7 11 1 showers and thunderstorms, 8 00 P. M.-MoVies.
Pedro Aguilar, official score-*I' Eirst : : ',_ .._ .-;. 0 2 1 J NO'small craft or storm warnings ; 10:15 PJkl.--Juke Box Dancing on
: .
keeper. are being displayed. the. patio.
1,. Jansen and Cooper; Simmons
Parks and Carandall, .428 each : !11 Semmick.: ', Sunday
Home, .424; .. j j ReportKey 9;45 A M.-Java Club discus-
Dion, .409 I i I JULY: R. H. E. West Fla.., July 8. 1948 sion Group.

Ricks .380; 4 I ,First ,:.___ _. '-. n.. 11 10 1 Observation taken at City Office. 11:00 A. M-o to CHURCH
Armstrong. .368; !t I ,.. ( __h .__'___.--.. 3 10 4 8:30 A.M. EST Partwss."
Meador, .366 and Lamanno 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, se-
; I,I' Raffensberger: ; ".lII etahu. '
R. Garcia .363, ; j|I* s tnr ; .'Borowy, Chambers Mc- Highcwt yesterday 91 lections announced.
Fleitas, .361; -JULY : I :: and Scheffing. I Lowest last night 81 9 00 P. Fellowship Hour on
.First I the Patio. Community SinS
Pazo .351. i I Mean 86
Players who went to bat the 1}I l S.. i i JIInn MIn Normal '. 83 ing Piano.Beatrice Moreno at the
most times: Henke and Henri- : Precipitation
10;00 P.M.-Coffee Hour.
quez. 59 times each; Palo' 56. ors Total last 24 hours .00 ins.
'N C C.S.. G. S. O. meetings s 'Girls' Service
Most and JULY _
runs scored: Pazo 1[I Total this month .92 ins. Organization), 2nd
Ricks. 16 each; Fleitas and Kelly First 1021 Duval Street Excess this month .11 ins. and 4th Monday. every
15 1r' 18-61 ins.
i : DEFENSE FORCES Total this }"t' Game Room: Chinese Checkeri. -
Mot hits Pazo % Henke 19 Seai 4.00 .
: 0. : : Excels this year ins.lltlathr
chess card, ping-pong pool,
Fleitas and Kelly 17 each. i\f Sh PROGRAM Humidity writing desks library current
Most two-base hits: Nelson and I JULY : I emRlIIIIIHIIrIIIi"lIIPCWUIItllllUllmllllltlUlJU1lJP :at $:38 A.M. magazines, various table games
Ricks 5 each. Solomon. Kelly, i. First 73'4 .
Crandall and Pazo 4 each. j s. BareratUrTomorrows etc.Showers, tennis rackets, golf
1 2:00 PJ Seaplane Base Pool 1J4. .
Most three-base hips Henriquez j' (W.s..elL; clubs fishing knee cameras,
3, Cussons, Dion' Fleitas,'[ f$' Navy Wives. .30.'>6 ti'JU.-401S- b gD checking service, film service,
Nelson and Ricks 2 each .1 JUL .: i 9:00 AM 5:00 P.M.-Sewing Almanac mailing and wrapping packages.
Most home runs: E. Sweeting ,, First Machine Typewriter, Writ- Sunrise ,_ '-_ 5:45 8Jn- receiving messages phone booths,
3, Shadley and Kelly :2 each., 1 F,f. ing Room. Showers. SunsetL ': .. ?:19 p.m. stamps, railway express service,
Most stolen bases: Pazo 8, : FRIDAY Moanrue 8:39 a.m. available to SERVICE PERSON-
00 P.M. Softball for Navy 10:09
Fleitas 7. i i I Moonset p.m. .NEL. ,
Most times struck out: Burke:' JULY: I Wives ,at BayviewPark., Lesleigh Davis--Director.
Most times walked: Ricks 16 i First I 2:00 PJLI.-Prenatal Class. Department -I .TIDES Gerald Pinder-Program Di
20, Ricks 13. E. Sweeting 8. I : of Health Instructor. rector.
Rodnguer and Kelly 11 each. Lillian Wea\er-Secretary.
Pazo 10. .1 I vs: 9-00 AJU. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing (Naval Base) Doreen Cruz Information
.Eastern Standard Time)
!Machine Typewriter Writ
Those who have had a perfect Desk Aida
High 1.4*
day at bat in one game have been I I I II ing Room. Showers. 12:00 sum. 4.32pm.
Barber who hit three for three; SATURDAY Canada produces about 60 per
Anguiera. your for four; !Meador n4) 2:00 P.M-Boxing Training. 1118 ajn. 6.21 pnv cent of the world's asbestos
two for two. I 1:00 P.M. 6:00 PJiw Dressing -_ "TJDE DATAReference while the United States produ es5Ometiing'
D Rooms,' Showers for Bathe 1) mORAL
Pitcher i less than five per cent
SUNDAY Station: Keys West
Leading pitchers of the league :4' :00 AJvI.-Communion Breakfast Time Hof| Height: of
Curry 1 won 0 lost; Whitehat Club USNa-! StatloJlTW.. IJaStIl"'ak'Bahia
Parks 1 won, 0 lost; Honda
.i' val Base (2nd Sunday) i. BROADWAYCIGAR
Joe Lewis, 10 won, 4 lost; 1:00 P.M. Picnic Swimming (bridgeOfa loan 0.0 ft
Henson,.8 won, 4 lost; !. Pool Wiener Roast (sign up No Name Key
E. Sweeting won 5 lost; in advance). (east end)'_-f2n20m, STORE
Martin. 5 won, 12 lost. r Information services housing, Boca Chica .
maps. (SandyPoint)-Oh 40m 610 Uuvaf'Street
f'RIt) : '
Caldes Channel ,
Religious literature library.
Tossed From 'l:8 t stamps wrapping; and (north endf; Zh 10m +L4 ft

ili packages railway ex oOo COMPLETEBASEBALL
Truck To Train : service, laundry pick-up NOTE: '
Mu : : lable to all defense forces (-)-Minus s'gn: Correction
their families. to be, subtraeted-
OAKLAND CaL-In a freak First : MRS E. S.. ,COUGHLCf. (+)-Plus sign: Corrections' to SCORES
accident. James union 41. was Executive Secretary. be added.. *

thrown from his truck after a SecO : KISS HILDA CASTILLO. (h)-Hour. POPULAR BRANDS
collision.on an overPass.He .
Secretary (m)-Minute.ft -
hurtled to the top of a pass- ( )-leet. and Cold
ing freight train then fell from' According to tradition Charle- Cigars
the freight car,top 60 feet farther To"-
had an asbestos tablecloth The United States bought the
down the track. I was cleaned by throwing it Virgin Islands from Denmark for Soft Drinks'j
Us way seriously injured. fub Pi : the fire $23,000,000 in 1117 ,

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Death To TwoPAGO
Information for the Advertisers
.City Commissioner Louis*r
r PALO American Sa- Payment for Classified advertisements
Carboiiell Extends WcI-> High Living moa.-AP-In the old days, a is invariably in advance but
Advertisements under this head regular advertisers with ledger,act -
Samoa chiefs word was law. If trill be inserted in The Citizen at counts may have their advertise*
come To. Young People child outside l the rate of Zc a word for each In- meats charged. ... -
a playing the
Brings A Yen I ertion.. but the minimum charge for PUBLICATION DEAJDLIXE .
'AI YMCA 'f chiefs falc (house) disturbedhim the first 15 words or less Is .. To Insure yublicalinn;'eepy'ltiult
the chief could order the The rate for blarktar type is Sc a be Ia The Citizen office, before 41o'clock
For The Yak word, and the minimum charge for D.t mornlng-iof the lay
Teen Agers of Key West met child beaten and the young men the first 1* words Is 45c. of publication. ... : -

at the Y. MI: C. A. last week for of the village would perform un :: t.
MOSCOW. (AP A Soviet Itil told to stop. .
;. ) -
:\: the first of a' senes of dances conditl4s tn tha
} Half a century of American All advertising Is accepted under the following
sponsored by the City Play- experimental and breeding sta-! administration has the event of error In advertising transient or contract. The 'C1t'tn; Wlirb
and changed responsible onlY for the first insertion In Clauifled %dver l.ln*. ...e!' I*
ground department organiz- tion two miles above sea level in old order, but in time of stress Ithplay AdvcrtteluK for only the actual amount of space occupied by.tha
,f led by the "Y" A small but en- the Kirghiz Mountains is developing 1 the veneer of civilization wears part of tbe advertisement where the error occurs. i>' r <<
**rhusiastic"cr'ftwd attended and new breeds of sheep and also i - - -. - - -'.
thin. - - - - a '.
.., ,. .as >a concession to first nighters yak;. Recently a part-Samoan. Geo. FOR RENT ', ,
no"admission charge was made. ;j The yaks are being developed Lionel Danielson Jr., was driv- I
The evening's entertainment i, for mountainous regions of the ing a Navy truck through Nu- '
consisted of movie at 8:15 followed -1 Furnished two-bedroom house, no Wanted Room with use of kitchen
a Soviet Union where they are in-I uuli village when he hit two
by dancing from 9:30 to i valuable for transport purposes I children alighting from a bus. children or pets. Apply 10231 j ; house apartment or board

11:30 to John Pritchard's Or- i| and also give excellent milk. I One was killed the other seri- Catherine Street or call 772-M. i for young couple and twq-yeax-

chestra. While ordinary cows at such ale ously injured. Villagers becamehysterical. jly3-6tx old girl for one or two,moDths. '
Guests of honor indicating e titydes as two and three miles ; Women darted about, I ;' from August fifteenth *48l: Must
their interest in the program I above sea level are very short- ; picking up blood-splattered! New, beautifully furnished one- be clean and neat. Good"ieferences.
were City Commissioner Louis lived the yaks thrive on the thin earth and laying it on banana i ii bedroom house, $85.00 monthly.Call Write Mrs. ;Paul-
Caiponell, City Manager Ralph; mountain air. i leaves. Two chiefs Seui and I II
1317R. Coover, 831 Litchfield, Wichita.
Spalding, Kiwanis President | I Masalosalo. shouted. "Kill him." jly65txl
James Calloway, and Albert 3i ; Young started after Dan- Kansas. jly8tx
Negro president of the Lions j ielson, who fled. They caught FOR RENT-BUNGALOW i
Carbonell welcomed the Teen (Continued From Page One) 'I him a mile down the road and I FOR SALE r- I
recommend to the state Furnished bungalow for rent. One
Agers-to the program and stated representatives stoned him to death. The chiefs
that this was the first step to that the juvenile court and four young men, all it was bedroom. 751-XW. jly7-2tx ; For Sal ---2-bedroom furnished
provide better recreation for the; judge of Monroe County be an j modern house. Terms. 127W.
4 possible to identify were convicted !
youth .pf Key West. attorn3y. of manslaughter. Seui FOR RENTAPARTMENTSI jly2-6t>;
Leslcigh; Davis on behalf oft | The city judge is now named ,was sentenced to 20 years, Mas
the. YJ CA?announccd that the !! by the city commission. The I II alosalo 14, and each of the young Furnished apartment. 3 rooms j One electric hamburger: grill, one
K't bias :happy twit'cooperate ]I I I lawyers said it would relieve-:the men 10 years. and bath. Maid and janitor; latesttype"Cold Sp"ot" refrij-
wi}i; heCty in this program. !I I city judge from any pressure from I service linens and utilities j erator used less'than 'tiwweeks. >

N He:;emphasized; 'that'this was not j the city commission, which now ; WILL YOU SMILE? furnished. Summer rates. Cor- j 1025 Emma. Street,
i something the "Y" was doing for j I appoints the judge. I al Hotel Apartments opposite: Majors Bar. K 'jlyS.tt.
.. Teen Agers, but that the -Y" I It was explained that the proposed Post Office. jun25-14tx "
was providing facilities and j: law making the office of True to Form Bungalow small stoVe: buildidg
leadership so, that Teen Agers j juvenile court judge would not Furnished one-bedroom apart- ) and lime grove on four ,niee
might do something for them- become effective until th3 ex- The college professor traveling ment on Grinnell Street. Cou- Ii lots size 50' x 120 each in good
selves- recreational activities. piration of the term of Judge abroad promise dto bring back ple only. $55.00 plus utilities. section. This can be bought on
ji An organization which would 1 Frank O. Roberts who obtained a parrot for a colleague. When he Phone 1185-R, mornings. easy terms. Johnson' &John
develop and promote other ac- i a Democratic nomination for the I got off the boat he realized that jly6-8-10-3tx son. Phone 372. ilrJU
tivjlies in addition to dance is !i next four years.America's he had forgotten his promise. She
anticipated. They will elect bought air owl and painted it Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. White outside paint, white en ,-
their own officers and plan their chief dairying green and presented it to his Utilities furnished. Couple only. mel, $2.75 per gal.5c;'o DI T.
gn'u' pro rams. The next dance I states are Wisconsin New :York'l'' friend. Later when they met Apply 915 Windsor Lane. Fly-go. 29e per qt. Dohetrfc
will be held Friday. July 9th at Iowa Minnesota, Texas ,I again he asked his friend: "How jlyl-tf Co, 846 Olivia, cor. Packer
the: Y MeA. building. linois. i do you like the parrot; docs he Phone 1597. jlyl-tf!
talk?" Furnished apartment new gas
. "MISS \1 KANSAS'*'':':''"MISS DIXIE"QlUiiDIxfe His friend replied: "Talk? No. range electric refrigerator con- Practically new, small baby bed,
But he thinks a great deal. tinuous hot water. Monthly. $10.00. Apply 1013 Division.;
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Phone 215. jlyl-tf jly6-3tx
SUPPLIESi Four' apartments. Apply 411 One iron burglar-proof fireproof -
William Street jun28-30tx safe. Inspect at Pollock's
t I Hughes blu-green plant food for Jewelry. 514 Duval Street.. .':

r lawns and shrubs; Bloom-Aid Newly constructed efficiency .. jl 'r-6t
f JR Ii I fertilizer for flowers; sulphateof apartment, all-electric kitchen
iron for Florida soils. All tile bath hot water. Small 500 sheets. 8x 11, while newsprint -
available at Key West Garden children welcome. $65.00 per 23<:.Artman Press,Citizen
and Lawn Supply Co.. 914 month. Apply 909 Elizabeth Building, Phone 5t.'

Fleming Street. jly9-3t Street. jly6-tf jly8-I5t
h I ; I
: HELP WANTED-FEMALE Apartment to rent Xvith, purchase 14 ,i-foot Run-a-bout-with >W7
-.s. .r r. n '" Johnson Sea' 'lion 23"Kli,.
e 1su of furmt re. 7f3 Simonton. *
j # Avon Cosmetics has opening fora jly7-3tx I $400.00. Al's Shack :b.tIh.
smart mature woman who Beach. jl i74cz

} a wants.extra money. For inter- ,Furnished apartment, adults no *
t4s view contact Mrs. Smedley at pets. Conveniences. $$65.00. Used beach chairs with fooi
s Overseas Hotel until 10 a.m. 1214 Duval Street, Telephone and sun shades $5.00 each. Afs
Friday July 9th. jly8-ltx 1003-W. I I Shack, South Beach. jly7-3tx
S \ jly3- t-tues-thul'S-tf .
GARDEN AND Studio couch. like new. Easy
r LAWN SUPPLIES Apartment for rent. Apply 1219 chair and Duncan Fife mahogany -

Eliza Street. Couple only. table, drop-leaf.. Phon?

.t fs : I The new Koroseal and rayon cord jly8-2tx 1519-W. jly-tx.
garden hose now available at
Key West Garden and Lawn FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND Philco radio small push-bUttqn
Supply Co, 914 Fleming Street. ROOMS and dial combination, with"inside -
jly7-2t : aerial table style goud

dk The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming condition. Reasonable. Cane
; : t MISCELLANEOUS Street, has an efficiency apt. seen, at 621 Caroline Streetjty74t*
and several sleeping rooms va-
Washers irons vacuums and cant. Low weekly or monthly a
fans repaired. O'BriaLt Phon. rates. jlyl-tf Furnishings for bedroom ; Jiving
1164-M. jlyl-tf room and kitchen.. EXrel1pi\

Furnished rooms, 626 Grinnell condition. 25-2 Poinciana

Floor sanding done by experts.I Street. $6.25 single, $7.50 dou- jl1aotxI
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(AP \\ireplH'tus I) I 163, or call at 701 Caroline Stjlyllf : 1943 Cushman motor scooter.
j FOR'RENTCOTTAGESOnebedroom Model No. 54. $355.00 valvjejfor
a r.. BLONDE. BLUE.EYED VAN LOUIS (eg) McDANIEL (left) of $285.00. Three months old.
r..rreSt'City. Ark. has been elected "Miss Arkansas of 1348" and
I 1207 Watson. jly8-3t c
Machine button holes done at 728 cottage, adults only.
willrepresent her state in the "Miss
Amencabeauty pageants
Ashe Street jly2-6tx Furnished, modern conveniences.
s Atlantic City. N. J..in.September. The 19-year-old is student.at Apply 1508 Seminary after New tents two large: one small!,
Rollin* College in DeLand. Fla. Jeanne Crow (right). 20. of I Caroline Shop, 223 Ann Street, 6 pjn. jly 6-3tx with floors One is semicabin.All .
.. Petersburg.. Fla. smiles happily after being elected "Miss will remain open through July furnished ready to wove
Dixie of 1948 at beauty pageant in Daytona Beach. Fla. She with increasing stock of new, 2-bcdroom furnished cottage with in. Will accommodate several.
was selected from'a field'of 27 entries from southeastern states. inexpensive cottons for slip- garage, 200 feet from beach, Located by water and highway
and From Ideal camping spot. Or. port?
---- coveN draperies. 10 electrically equipped throughout -
to 5 daily, except Thursday and large yard. No children able. Priced reasonable. ;Ap-:
Saturday afternoons. under 12, no pets. 1427 Vernon ply Big Coppitt Key, two miles-
jly6-17t Ave. Phone 259. jly8-2tx north of Boca Chica.. -* ,

Dressmaking and alterations. Ap- REFRIGERATIONHolbrOQk
ply 107-B Poinciana. jly7-3tx New lawn mower, $20.00. Zenith
R\ R Refrigeration Service cabinet model radio $25.00.
i FOR SALE USED CARS domestic and commercial. Work tt h.p. motor $15.00." Apply
guaranteed. free estimate on 3711 Ave. E. jly 8-3tz.

Model 1940 Ford panel truck. Ap- repair. Call 724W.
I ply Perez Bros. Bakery 1025I jly 2-6tx Child's crib chest of dra1\"en.
White Street jun30-tf lady's shoe skates size 5. 637
FOR SALE OR LEASE Olivia Street jly8-0tx

1939 Nash sedan, stake body
: Sc baggage trailer, $623.00. 71-2 Tip Top Bakery and adjoining I I STORAGE
Poinciana Place: jly2-6tx home with two apartments.

'Bakery doing a nice busines-i.1 l Red Brick Storage Co. Furnittut':
: 1936 Ford 1939 motor, radio. 915 Eaton Street, or commerciaL Phone 798. _
148-G Poinciana. jly3-6tx jly7-3tx jIyI4LSomethingNeWL
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1942 tudor super de luxe Fort,
i. Excellent condition. See Virgil.I
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Motors :
jly6-4tx ,
j Plymouth coupe, mechanically
t j perfect $325.00.' Good body
I and paint Jack Phone 600. For Asphalt Tile Floors


1937 Chevrolet convertible coupe. PLASTICA No 3

privately owned new tires radio ,
new paint. Can be seen ati
Eliminate Easily Applied and
Waxing -
Tony's Auto Body Shop 603!

Greene Street. jly8-6t Dries Quick To A Glossy Xon-Skld Finish if f


A I 1 White Persian female cat. Blue Key West Floor Covering'Co. !
I I eyes. Reward for return or in-
FIRE D R ILL ni gh above Seine River at Paris uremen: ) formation regarding same. 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE '1 :
I 1539-J. jly7-3tx '

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Motor Court ...........e.................s...s.s........ 4 4 ...... ....... .-.-.-.-..-.- .-.- .- ...................................
: : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 i.

: Ownership 909 Suiionlcm Management St. : : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRSPlenty ::If It Is I EI"'ctn.cal_ WE W E REPAIR SELL I m T i I. ::: .... '* POOR OLD CRAIG ::

: Of BENNY FERNANDEZ : of Action Toys for the Children ; : We Will Call For and Deliver : .: ''WHITE STARCLEANERS : : Service StationJ. :

Serving SEE OUR Electrical s : M Years' Experience In Electrical Work J :
.BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 : SHOWING of Appliances : j i H. BRADY. Manager PHONE SIM :

LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 ................................... teeeeeeeeeeet. : / 211 Duval- StreetTELEPHONE -'' : : Marco'Msa.. Jr. Prop. ; : Francis and Division Streets
: .DINNER 5 to 8:30 .............................................*..s :: ELECTRIC 41e : .:' 701 DUVAL STREET s : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :

: The Best of Steaks : HOME\ SUNDRY STORE .0.......................... ................... ... J22 " : Short Orders-Sanl2wiche. ..........s............ ........................ eeeeeee...e.
: Dry Cleaning eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
At All Hours '
" ; : Try Our Frozen : : "Your .Patronage Invited"Ice : i PRITCHARDFUNERAL RUSSELL'S :] : and PressingS SERVICENOW S:
b and : : Cream : i Free;Pick-Up' and
Open Daily Sunday Proprietary MedicineSick AVAILABLE
8 A.M. to MidnightS i : : DRY \ Delivery ServiceSUITS :
........................: : Room Supplies School Supplies : GOODS,* : for:;MEN\ : : ..Rod Cleaning .Rtt/Jarillg and' 9 Flushing ;
: Toilet Preparations and Articles ; : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET- .J : and WOMEN : : AUTO AND
.....eeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMUMFORD S TONY'S
Made to-Measure ':
...................... ..... .. .. ... ..... :: Let Those Serve :: PHONE 373 .j .:: *+.. PHONE- 282eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: BODY SHOP :
a .
603-05 GREENE STREETeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
S : ;and; ; ROSS220 Who Serve Best : Specializing : 's.. s ,. ..*e. e.*eee..*.**......

GOMEZFURNITURE : : DUVAL STRECT- : S WE HAVE: NEVER S In.. .J#..e.......:.......... ...........................................; l

s CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : BETRAYED A TRUST- :: :: Women's and \: : CAROLYN Bfkllll; l'.'
: 720 DUVAL STREET i Carrier Air-Conditioning : : : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St.

: Jmeiiile Furniture; : Ambulance ServiceTelephone .. Children's \ : f DONALD BARBER ..
: for Domestic and Commercial *
HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : : S33 PHONES 9130 : 548 : :! $. Funeral r l; Service : yr We Specialize In to.;.

: ...w.......................a..................... Never Sleeps : Apparels :! :. Established 1885 : :: Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing

Plastic Axminsler: Inlaid Broadfelt Congcleum ; .................................*............... ......................s. .....:...... ...........t .. Phone 175 ALL TYPE! Of I1KI'KKSTELL'S CeRn. ;,, .
..................................eeeeeeeeeeeJo rLlcenacd Funeral st .....................PRR"AI'lIiJ\T..........WAY...KII. .......... :

: RADIOS andAppliances t' Directors'i. and : ... e .. .... S 55555555

d . Atv MYERS. ':: :. 'Embalmers. : .. : BEAUTY NOOK : .

f : i ; ., -24. -$our Scientific Beauty Culture j '
: Terms Arranged" : Licensed I : in All Branches ,
OPEN TILL 9.00 P.M.. ; 7 : Ambulance f
: MON. and SAT. : : Thoroughly Experienced '

. ...................... PAINTING Contractor, [ :. Service Operator tJ:.
: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED Son Water Ut ed Exc1u.d..lyPbone ;
: Telephone 9127. 114 Duvet Street Jefferson Hotel.' ': i';Pheae" ltt -.Night 698 : : 637 536 Fleming Su J : t

;t ;.eeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePRICE ,. J. Douglas Trevor ; ....................:........................; .: .:............A. ...........................-........../........F 1
.......... .. eeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, *!: .. .............................................:
: TOURS : : 1E29 Hams Ave. Key West. Fla. : : ; Electric' ,...,.., .i.............. .. Former Customers. Friends and the Public Invited
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S : PHONE; 137.HI : : TOINT Frances Beauty Salon i'r
PassengerRepresentatives .: Ranges. .i i .Key West, a.FSOUVENIRS. i
: :. Park. Owner
: Refrigerators Disposals and Electrical Appliances Frances :
I .. \ .! : 1010 GRINNELL STREET s
A rs ('lUll)W : WnIiiiii! Machines for Immediate .Delivery i v
: EAST ................................................., HOME APPLIANCE" .I: : :'C NClI'_ SHELLS : :: 1. ;' Beauty Culture in! all Treatment its Phases !:
S -T "' Permanents Scalp
COAST RAILWAY ................................................. 605 SIMONTON SThEET, PHONE. It :.' :. All Sis*t" .: : Facials Shampoo Manicuring :
.... ........................................ Appointment Phone 1391 ;
How Located Hext : Sate 20% 5.....1..................a..e..................... : COCOANUTS. .................Tor a)................................I
on dwellings, Fire Insurance : c '2 -- ............................
: DR. COBO'SOFFICE :, mare a n t i 1 e by INSURING withAtlantic ; S: Landscaping,Marl' and Top Soil S: .*: .i .SPONGES Marion' PHONE.; 13 U) "" s
bldgs. household t.
: I 1400 DuTal Street ,
: ,
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and personal Mutual t I Fire .I Insurance: Co. : ,TOP SOIL iS. O PER YARD or $1.00 PER'SACK :. .to -
..: : FLEMING STREET S effects. MARL HAULED. $540 for 4 YARDS,. .:. I', 'Wlfl SUp::to Any Port : : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON ;
: B.u of La Concha Hotel Save 15% on AU Policies Non-Asusaabt : Also Lots: Cleared dad Marl Spread-Very Reasonable t I _v '.: :. :* >{;I/oS;or Canada : Southernmost House in the U.S.A. ,
: PHONE 124 : MercantileStock /. Crusoe, A g t. Phone 674 I Marcy S.. Palacio Featuring .
i 1021iO : .l : :
i..... ............... ....................................:.............. : G 0 VI.E-E1If'H: PHONE via 801 St., : |, Rear'14)1 South Su ; ,: @ 0 Mechanical Spot Reducing Ma!. .i"f MacLEVY METHOD ; ,

...* .................'..iJEFFERSON...........s.....,.....".. : 'XEr'WEST._FLORIDAeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .Complete BEAUTSEIU'ICE
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: Ride the Bus lo the : I B.&B.: i: Y ii..s p. I COFFEE SHOP-: 1 I .1I :......*.....,.................55.For ural.5.More Hair....Tinting .Nat......5:;

GOLF COURSE 22 Fleming St. R. M. Daniels.Prop. Phone 10U : :. or Finest
0 Open Daily and Sunday, : : y gw s in Permanent
: Motor\ Scooters : 4 B7W : Sales : .
ns line n 5 P.M. to I.A.M. .. rt Waves
J Appraisals
: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; COMPLETE Dinners : : Leate x Beauty ,

: : BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches .. j 'Refttalt

i ODuddy Scats Rental Service ...-...-......-...REASONABLE............PRICES..................ie. ...... "2". ,Management: : .w Colony
TAKE ...... .. 'laprered and Vacant to Southard
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: BUS Parking Hags ; Fropertlis In Key Wee : Street
NO. 1 : INSURANCE .1. : -4a4 Moaro*Ceutr r Next to South
S to the : O Windshields ernmost Beauty
: : All Licensed
+ ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE, .:*, : r REALTOR : y BeauticiamSpedalizinq
: : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and ; j 411 Fleming Street : re.fix in
Hove Fun! Key West Insurance Co. : Most Modern :
S : : STEELCOTE RUBBER' ENAMEL : : : 919 WbJtehead Street : 'G''
KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : Phase of ..
..................... ..eeeeeee..eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : 316 SIMONTON Directly STREET in Front of Postoffice PHONE 1S71 :: .: Phone 124 and 73SBteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee;, ,. 0eM ieHewBSflse MB t* *-- Hi iw sv evMe,: iM Bv Beauty Culture .

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... BICYCLES REPAIRED. ........s.s a s aaeeeeeINSURANCE ; .............................................
.24..H RS..S RVi : 'i:
FOR RENT l Good Work-Low Prices
: Experience in Watchmak : I FOR SALE SOur : 1t
: ing qualifies us to assure : Customers Must B. ; Your Entire House ."illa' :: .' s ; Daily between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 ; 1t
you accuracy in and dependability :: : Satisfied : ,. OFFICE: S PJ-L Appointments are acceptedfrom ,. n\ ;
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I Senior Students of
518 SOUTHARD public by
Whether it is the inexpensive :: : 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : INLAID LINOLEUMor i- 'i.'lj I
; seven jewel or STREET : TheSouthernmost
i the most, costly seventeen :1 : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : ASPHALT TILE : 'Opposite Bus Station : 1IT \ w

: Jewel guaranteed.infinite car. is always ..........................5...5555.55..5.................................................. : EXPERTLY: INSTALLED :: Schoolof
If your watch is not PltolleNo.l' Beauty Culture
giving you complete sat I TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE'''. : "
: isfaction why not bring .. : 523 Southard Street l
; it in? Our charges are ex- : West '
t'' trcmelr reasonable. J : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT ; : Key I -THE,- There are a number available with over 800 hours
,. : 92S DIVISION : of state approved Instruction who know the latest .
: DAN VAROLL PorterAllen phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians, '
; : -"We Deli-rei" s Floor i Co. : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
Covering : beauty culture do good work at low AIthough
"r REPAIRING \ : 9 Best DrinkA and Coldest Beer in Town very prices. -
S i Company appointment are not required. it Is advisable. ,
Work Done On Premises J: : 9 Packaged Goods :. 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.FLOBXT ,=, For Appointment
..... ................ ............................... ... PONE
: 515 Fleming Street ...................... ... .. ... .f .. i...ss..... 523 SOUTHARD ST., or w7 :
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: When Food You Go : FANS $500'to$4900< : : 707: WHITEHEAD STREET, : I JOHN CURRY :i.: .

\\ : Shopping : A. D. Taylor (rormtr.Hoine. Meyer). Manager : 4
1 5,.; ,: De Sure .to Get : CASH or TERMS\ : BONDED- and.,'LICENSED" .


t 1 dIoI! : Radio i All Work| Guaranteed :
wm Repair
S 8 : :....................;..f:.:... ............ Installations and Re/mirs ;

t' ENRICHED BREAD I SERVICE in South Florida .................eeee...eteee..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeWhy .. '
Pay More When YmiCca BUY for LESS ; : ALL WORK GUARANTEED :
; and
r See Beautiful New Majestic End- '
: The Foundation of Today'sMeal Table Radio-Phonograph at 1\1EN'S PANITS!Regular 'IUS Value'910.95 : : FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST :
t\ Regular SaUS} Value 1M : : .\:
< : Call Us and Be Satisfied
Planning S l" : Ladies' Coat Suits HALF-PRICE-ladies' Dresses :
J AI'sMusicCo. : GREATLY flEDUCED-"/us*Arrived:White Dresses : .
: HALPH FAHALDO PBOrTE S W. Hays i Phones 781 and 229-W I
Sats Wilt......, au 1be HIT Labd 522 Southard StreetPHONE : : HAMILTON CO. i .

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PAGE__ > SIX ._ :.i._ _;,.. ___. -0.;_. __ THE"If. KEY )VEST'CITlZEN- ._ ____ THURSDAY. .oo,_JULY__8, 1948
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I I I SUICIDE OF CAROLE LANAIS SHOCKS RELATIVES t i TODAY IN HISTORY I Ir iders! in Chicago,,President CleVeland erican-born ,Canadian found I. WILL YOU SMILE?
New York To r .
declares marital law there dead in Nassau. j
(Know America) ; 1896-Historic "Cross of Gold" 1945 American soldier-guard,| Right Way

Hear Vienna t 'I 1776-The Declaration of Iu- 'speech by William Jennings the offensive in Normandy. 1|
I dependence is proclaimed_ from Bryan at Democratic convention
1945! -American ,soltCerguardat t( To It!
k 'I the steps of the State House in ,i in Chicago: "You shall not press Salina Utah machine-guns I[ Figure
Primadonna |; Philadelphia and read to the i I Ii [down on the brow of labor this sleeping German I I
I I war prisoners
; I 1 i Army of the Revolution] in New j I I crown of thorns .cross of killing eight and wounding a''i First Shopper "That's' a smart
VIENNA.-(AP-Ljuba Wei- F York. i!i gold." score ': hat you're wearing. May I nek
1835: Historic Liberty Bell i 1916 German sub "Dcutscland" '! how much it cost jou*"
its h. mszzo-soprano primadonnaof I| Philadelphia, cracks toiling for flips into Chesapeake Bay. British 1946-The] U. S House opens t I Second Shopper: "One hun-
the state opera in Vienna will the funeral of .Chief Justice j I I f 1920-The Allied Premiers debate. !i dred and twen:jr-fi\e dollarsTwentj : .
be the first Austrian singer to appear 4iC Marshall give Germany six more months' 1947-U, S. House subcommittee -five dollars (c.r the hat

' at tie Metropolitan opera in Irf 1852-Fire. all but wipes out 1 to disarm. J'f'C'Ommendsidespreld re- and one hundred for the suit to
1'DntreaL: Canada. I 1931-Five of America's new": from in army court martials. match."
New York the I I
since war. I 1878-U. S. army 'battles the 10,000-ton cruisers found defective "Flying discs" in New Mexico
Madame Wehtsch, who recently Indians .
Oregon. turns
I out to be a battered Several species of snakes kill
scored number 1894-Because of strike disor- 1043 Sir Oakes
a triumphsat Harry Am weather balloon end eat other snakes.
the Covent Garden in London,:t : ------=-- ----- - ---- --- ..- _.

has been invited to sing the title I Itoles .,

the] Donna in "Salome"Anna role and in*"Aida""Don. yy.r a 2 tr I A WASHDAY MIRACLE YOU COULD NEVER GET BEFORE !

Giovanni" and the part of Des.
demona in "Oihello" during the I
C FAB (hrcs FABULOUS SUDS even .la hardest
coming season.Paper water. FAB'with Super-Wetting Actionmakes
i! more suds, faster suds than soap One t
i cup of FAB was put Into washer on left. .
Scarcity I ti
One cup of soap into the one on right. Both :
washers ran 7 minutes.Result: A washer full i
Abroad Is Noled' of suds from FAB.Almost no suds' from soap. tx


Arthur hay, Sulzlxrgcr, publisher .
of New York Times, re-
turned last week from a six. f I )eI'u

week trip to England Franc;,. .
Italy] Greece Trieste and Germany ?rw ra4es withSUPERWEmNG

He declared] the newsprint ]I ACTION
; '
shortage had resulted: in the British : .

peoples ,being:: inadequately ( 1 : washes everything
informed on world :affairs and t (\P 'Ir4ph"h)

remarked God help: the cruntnci; that I,, MOVIE PRODUCER: HORACE SCHMIDLAPP (*. ft), husband cf Film Actress: Carole Landis. k 5it FASTER CLEANER

haven't newsprint. I don't sse '! checks his ticket at the airport in MEmphis.: Tern. en route to Los Angeles after learning she had: _

how a free people] can be' informed ; beer found dead in her home at Pacific Palisade He told reporters he was shocked by her death. .
in four-page newspapers." '. He was MIES: Landis' fourth husband. Last Marh she filed suit to divorce him. Right! Mrs. r t ac? tort WHITER, BRIGHTER

Filter and Publisher Cltre Landis (l left! ), moth of the actress, arrives at the death scene and cries. "Oh. my baby. I '
want to see my baby." Then she collapsed. At right is Mrs. Dorothy Ross sister of the dead I: I .sA ,, 1 than any soap. in hardest water!
rot))AYkhNIVERSAIWSi' | (k=i tis's
actress. Police:: said Miss Landis committed suinde.:

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i l\ phi, F 1 NNa yky.. ..'riI
(Know America) i I farm, he expected her to be deJ -

1790 Fitz-Greene Halleck, 'Wants Water, I J lighted.

New York bank clerk eminent I I I| Instead Ms Thomas objected SHADE */ JFAButous

poet-satirist born at Guilford of his Conn generation Died, And Not Oil I j I declaring "All I want is good Wlofl tri ? work saver! Newest miracle by Colaate-PalmoUve-

I J drinking water and can't '. Peet brings faster cleaner washing for grimiest overalls
November 19, 1867 FRISTOE. Mo.-When a well- l :you get TIIK MOST ":C'O\OWIC U.AMI ,
1794-David Lee Child journalist that from an oil well"She 4TI'I..U"TOH\ thaf extra dirty!
I ('OOI.IM. K\U\\'\tSHIT work and play clothes, towels..everything
editor abolitionist, founder driller told Mrs. Lou Brooks!
i| ordered the well seated: I
of first American sugar beet ; Thomas 73 that he had struckoil with concrete and another one I.KNTT.KS-1. : 01 T 1'1'!I E.\11p.n'S TI-OU: 1 rtK B- tl It's completely new FAB with SUPER-1YEITINGE
factory (in Massachusetts), mate instead of water on her I drilled nearby ')IO:> S TIIXT II A III A T KRU.IIT E ) a Fa ACTION! It contains a new ingredient that washes white

of Lydia Maria noted author. \\1MHMV TIIIOn.HI AM MKUC EVERY)NOT I '> wash whiter, colors brighter! There's no "graying" soap
born West Baylston Mass Died SII.\fI-n ON: THE flUT MI>K scum-wash is whiter,cleaner.When you wash, FAR with

September 1805 Smauel: 18, 1874.D. Gross, early} !, c C: m& WIIw I i ., Son for of yourself cotton thread! Drop a into little a Su per-IVettitt9 Action brings instant penetration of maglasaofwater.Ittloatsstays -
I -jIw ; terials... pushes out dirt-washes overalls, work clothes
American of note {
surgeon JALOUSIES dry for a long time. Drop another ...everything that's extra dirty..faster, cleaner!
teacher and author, author of
ball of thread into a
standard medical works in his I The OrUlntl. patented 3lnl.U1TOIUK '
........... glass of water and F AB. It r
.tdj.atakle c.
born Easton, Pa. Died May -1 firallfamil
day i 1I%ETI.t\ r sinks; is soaked instantly.
6, 1884. all'1' .: This 1s'FAB'IIB"peT.WeUi"g 1.f
133!)--John D. Rockefeller, I rooms .'\\ '%n(. Action. Something no soap .f h
!%" TOH VIIITTTKPKOXVl l on earth baa!
famed oil l
legendary man, phil- ..KH:, ca''nnT.'TIO'
athropist: Ixrn at Richford N \ .:\ \ a.d / and dishes
i.if.niiioi. ;t s !
Y Died 1937
May 23. I I
1844, Mary J. B. Lincoln J' SHAll; ENTIRE WINDOW:- t
from heal' anal .tare of Sunn IJ. ; ... .. __ __ p___ ___
rookery teacher author of the SayI'. A())1IT I.ICSHT andCfMiMVC I
famous "The Boston Cook. : |Rfc.K7ll HI V..:
*'OI- I'RI\'V and CLI':'':- I
Book in 1884 born at Attlebo j jro. NOW-OUR MKU: MSUINQ '
Mass. Died December 2, GREATONCE.A.SEASON *
1921 II.I. Statement of Condition

1869-William V. Moody, poet :L : F
:and playwright, author of play
"The Great Divide" horn Spencer PRICE SLASHING I I. FLORIDA NATIONAL
Indiana Died October 17 THE


IN ONE HOUR. I i I Sears big clearance sale offers you savings ,I >ntnateu'lt s-> Conde! :30 1911)
i ctI front Ilrnort to Comptroller: June ,
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IF N4IT I'M:4> hark \..k .u\' "r'.c!l..t 1.., ( :0.-1 ,
4Tim\l: f.nalrlde.! Tl-'-..U I on timely summer needs with drastic reductions
with !lit I..r.rni nl<-""..|, M I'KNI I I I
I':TRATI:(. Beach>., and killKtrmi .. I Il.nl

c\nnXI'ln) : ; 1'1I.\r fasttr: T..aal I from low catalog prices. That's belo ; Resources .

11't j earv lew Advantages .

= rock-bottom! j Lit."..... rnxtprmir. ..tal.pr..t .- Loam and Discounts ________ __.__-- $ 7:)3.086.13Banking
qL.--- jI .. .
cana I iF .. xrrrrm.1. f ram l.atallydw.tatdr.d ... House, Furniture and Fixtures __ _.. _____ ____ 26,360.-16 ,
V _u-: I I I."...... raar.prratlw. Ir._ a Other Real Estate Owned ________ -- ---- -- -.--.--.._ ---- 22322.83 .

TONIC -: thIs Is a "while quantities last" I 1."ldftlll.. llandiM rrlad.f..pe...... narrow"reloped. I Prepaid Expenses .. -- --- -.-- _..----_:- u-__. -- h_ 3.& .!99
1M,..,.,,.....,t..t d.q. InlrrlorLlvK. l..\....... TheModern I '- Accrued Interest and- m Income Receivable $ 23,78741
pt w... eM I. al.ple sale so come In today com In often a f lentirie treatmr.tfar \" ; __ .oo._ _._- _
..w..t. -.....Yie.l..dT..M ereen window d_.... perrke.. and I .4 : _. US. Government Securities m r------m, h 4,429,70626Florida
.. ",... t tI County and Municipal Bonds 258.802.46
b.lp --- -- --- --
..... IIII..". I fI F.H.A. TermsIf Federal Reserve Bank Stock ___ .. __... __ .. .. __u_____ 12,00000 -
cult. _per-'I.I 0 I I -KEY Desired WEST I _Other Securities __ __ _____. ___ ___- _m__._ ._ 300100 fI
rs% Cash on Hand and Due from Banks. .-- 1618772.52
iGARDNER'S mC: C VENETIAN BLIND I 6-16.00965. :. .(
COMPANY $7.153.720.07
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) Call 1042 for Estimate ,
1114 Division Su. Cor. Varela <
PHONE: 177 FREZ: DELIVERY I PHONE 1560 t (%) r Liabilities J x .:;

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Capital Stock _-- __ .$100,000.00';tJ.

Surplus 300.000.00'
Undivided Profits _._ s .:....:..:..._- 81,374.69 $ 43U7469

,. .. Reserve for Contingencies,:. :. .' .. .. :i-& ?.: ---- -- 8,153.19
Reserve for Taxes, Ink-reSt.; etc. ___r_ -- -- -- _-.. -- 34,82800

Interest and Income Collected, Not Earned ---_--- _- 6,344.73

Deposits -- -__ 6.626,019.46.

,; $7.156.720.07DIRECTORS
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OFFICERS s President,'Fla. Nat. Bank at Ingalls] Electric Co. Miami
Coral Cables
JERRY J. TREVOR President WM. R. WARREN JR. Attorney

ERNEST J. C. DOLL YicePreaidentC. Sanitarian
I A. Monroe Co. Health] Unit
LARRY GARDNER, Vice-Pres.. and CashierJ. Insurance
J. PINDER, Assistant Cashier. C. LARRY GARDNER Thompson Enterprises
; VJ. Ic: Cashier of the Bank
KATHLEEN A TKINS AssistantiCashier
: ERNEST J. C. DOLL President of the Bank

.e Viee-Pres Fla. NatL Bank J. J. FINDER

&: Trust Co.. Miami Amt Cashier of the BankThe

NOW at"Your d e i1ers FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at Key West

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Er Your Friendly Community Bank Serving' Key West and Monroe County for Over 50 YearsJ
?ry Big Battle Serve You 12 Delicious Ounces------

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Superhighway In Maine 1! -!I'- --

I Come to -

: To Connect With No. 1 !Ii The


,i Running To Key West I

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PORTLAND, Me.. July 7.-At 4 .
, :A
the next session of the Massachusetts -I VETERANS

Legislature a bill will AT ALL FLAG STORES
be introduced provide for the CORNER' I > f
construction of :200! miles of toll]II I U" "';A
I superhighway> arcs that state'
tveen Fort Kent Me., and Key

West, Fla. j II I i I Hospital care is becoming an! AND LOW PRICES.
I This statement was made by increasing concern to veterans i iI
I State Senator Edward W. Staves I!'i I who often inquire about it and I
I of Southbridge, Mass, chairman other ceterans benefits. Answersto
<;f a Massachusetts legislative re- questions frequently asked
f ce-js committee on highways. lie are referred to the Veterans I Flag Specials a .
was completing with his group a j I i Administration and published CARNATION, PET SILVER COW HUNT YELLOW CLINGPEACHES : x
two-day inspection of Maine's] with authentic answers in this
Turnpike, opened last Fall. |I column by Key West Citizen as I
Returns from this road, going a service to our veterans. MILK for .Thursday.
now into the ninth month of operation .:::: Q: I was injured ;after I was I i
have demonstrated the!!:[discharged from the Army. May -. a
venture will bo a success. Fortysix -j i;i I get out-patient for the injury -

miles long, almost as straightas I I 1' A:?No. Vetersn with non-ser-I 4 tall cans 49c Friday, '. IN HEAVY sly Can 21C '
the flight of an arrow, the SYRUP
vice connected disabilities may
Maine Turnpike connects Port-
not receive outpatient treat-
land with Kittef)', Ms., eliminating ssss f
ment from Veterans Adminis-
a tedious road through towns Saturday = -
tration. .t ?
and cities and saving up to an I i filed claim for .
Q: I have not a
hour in the journey from Portland '
a service-connected disability .'
to Boston. 'although I did sustain minor a"
Senator Staves said at.-a din- wounds in combat. Am I eligiblefor :, ii -
Tier given in his honor here, that Civil Service GOOD FOR CHILDREN 'HUNT'S ?
a 10-point preference ; } <: :
the Bay State road program ? ( .
would form a connecting link to A: Yes. A veteran who does
complete; the long-planned direct not have a compenable disability PRUNEPLUMS
express highway: between Port- may secure Cecil Service preference I JLJI'CE. : W ./ ; .
Jand and New York City. if he submits proof that ; .
One express road from the he war awarded the Purple 2l: Can
Connecticut-Massachusetts line to Heart.Q .
Salisbury, N. II., would connect : I have a G-I home loan, < \ Jf 2 for 29c ,.
i ,
the Wilbur cross-highway in Connecticut which, according to the present quart :
19J .
with the New Hampshire contra' has to be paid in 20 -..;. =>., .- -
i superhighway planned to join the years. Is it possible to have this
Maine Turnpike at Kittery. loan extended to 25 years? :
Another express road wouldrun A: Your lender is the only .
from the Connecticut river )person who can extend the date frf& .
I to Hoslon. on which the loan must be paid. .:.. It...:, .\-
Members of the committee enthused Veterans Administration will Corn Blossom WholeCHICKEN 7\\ Milford I All Green 5-os.' Can

: about riding and slfety'qUllitit.s guarantee one half] but not more 3lb. can 1.79 z'':'tZ; ... ASPARAGUS cut Spears 2fc ,
of the Maine super- than $4,000. of your home loan if .,, -, "
rnad. jt is to be amortized in 25 years Welch 16-01. Rotedale, 303 Can .
"Maine is to be congratulated, or less. k
Senator Staves said, "especially1:;;I Q. If an insured veteran becomes : GRAPF JELLY . . I9cLibby's I PEAS. ,. .. . .,. .I2cMotl's '
in view of its limited financial mentally incompetent, I Quart BottcsVAN !
rr-tources, for providing adequatehighways. can premiums on his National :. .r CAMP '
." '1 Service Life Insurance policy b3: i i 14-cz. Bottle HEAT AND EAT APPLE JUICE .":2 for 25cHormelV <. .. ::
"Everybody in New. England," paid by another person? CATSUP .23c : r
!I . . . f '
lie added, "brans about riding I|i I A: Yes. Premiums on NSLI 1 '

over Merritt the Parkway Maine Turnpike(in Connecti.and the can behalf be of paid the by insured any person veteran on, ., :1 Rosecfale. I. :1. No..2Cans.J Pork&: ; B eqn' S o. It SPAM . ;-. :.>!..;.:> .45c

cut)." i iSenator I I i but care should always be taken ; SPINACH . .2 for 25c and'M : 10-oa
Staves said the proposed to idenify the insured veteran 4 ..... ..., 'i } 1
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expressways in Massachusetts and each payment properly. I -. '" t 29c ............... _. '.. CODFIStLCbKEU 19 c
.Grain : :
would cost about 75000.000 to' 'Veterans wishing further in- .1 Adolphus Long 2-Jb.-CartonKellogg' _._- i 2 2Vz t Cans +- ;-- -.' .'4"f-O-- : ;"' -
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""Torrriallbn afcoiufVeieYans*"bene --t \ Sunicweef-Extra Large I Pkg.I >
$80,000.000()()\) lo'conTilructT Rut'hesaid. RICL--
. 39c '
in fits have their questions I: . . '
Massachusetts, the volume is ideal of traffic fur toll answered may by writing the nearest I PRUNES . .. . .I9cOld }{' "
N roads..I VA Office.) 's ,* Pkg. Of 10 Dutch .

struction Gas taxes can for be highway jacked so con.far 1 Helium occurs in the air. but I VARIETY I .. .. 3lc; CLEANSER .2 cans. l9rPlain a -

and no further, the Massachusetts :: -I no commercially': practical process 4 : u f. ,.,... -> .
for extracting it has been or Peppermint : 'k Beth Size PalmoliveSOAP
legislator said. He thought I 'l-Ib.-Box =
the cost ofi i developed. In order to obtain 'NTS : KLOAD OF SUDS cakes
places 2 25c
toll financing i CANDY 39cf ; R . <<
highways upon those who use] enough to inflate an average size . : ::: s. t

them. trillion dirigible cubic airship feet, more of air than would two SUDS \? rpTLLSBURTFLOURJVjrUlX I I

have to be treated. :76f6iJi

I Count YourBlessings I hereby extend our heartfelt I. 2 pkgs. I7c 27c LS-Ib. Bag 43 ]

i 1 thanks for kindnejy shownus .I \\ge. pkg. : N
at the firm; of the sudden t----- m ... <''
death of our dear one, William .
fihing.1 S. Malone. Also we wish to thank .... ....-::: '"
He several days '
and presented spent his landlady with]1 those who donated the lovely .".. -....j ,..... -- i I ., r .
floral offerings and the use of
enough fish to supply the whole,:: their cars. : r .. ::E '
At the end of;'
included the I]I'I MRS. WILLIAM MALONEI :J orputw Mosses rl/eurs: : ? :
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Choice GROCERIES and Fred MEATS .


SAUCE 3 Cans 19c I TOMATOES N0.2 C AN tOe !I O N ION S 2 Ibs. I9c '? Armour's Shipped-"A" Dressed. _and Drawn"'. Cello_ -Jte Wrapped r
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MILFORD Cream-Stylc t CORN. 2 for NO. 1 CANS 27cI CALIFORNIA SANTA CLARA -.. :,. FOWL .- '. '. Ib., 59c t ft..,

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DONALD DUCK \ &i; SUNKIST 4.- R Armour Certified Pure--- f/ S' .

Itkg. 29 No. 2 can He r. LEMONS 4 for 9c; PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 29c: I E '

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Orange Juice CAN tOe aOL '

Potatoes.10 lbs. 39c ONIONS 2 [Ibs. ISc 600 FLEMING F A .u S r 0 J S... WE DELIVER .-1

SUGAR 5 lbs 38c T-Bone Steak b. 75cI STREET TTL : J. Phone 48 : f
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I SOCIETY NEWSBy Local Hospilal 11'

JESSIE GIBSON |f Two births were reported by
: the Municipal Hospital: for July 7. BROADWAY
i born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles!
Key West Garden Club Propounds 'I' Milord, 1218 Varela street, at 5:31 :
She weighed eight pounds '
i This Question, What Are The p.m.1 Ih ounces. i i
I I Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Ballard

Names Of Plants, In Your Yard? ; birth 10-E Porter of a daughter Place, announce at 10:35: ; p.m.the More People Than Ever Before Now Buy Their Food Needs at Broadway!

"Do you know the names of all second vice president; Mrs. Ro-'<
the trees and plants in your land Goulet, secretary; Mrs. Jerry -! LIBRARY COMMITTEE
yard?"is the question being asked Trevor, treasurer; Bowman j MEETING TOMORROW
by the newly-organized Garden Cutter and Jerry Trevor, board I The Reason Is ObviousDUVAL
Club, which held its organization, of directors and Leland GotMard,;, Mrs. Kermit Lewin, newly elected -
meeting last night in the Wom- chairman of the plant identification chairman of the library
an's Club. committee. !committee for the Key West; Wo-
i;man's Club, has called a committee -
Interest of residents in their;i Mrs. Noiberg Thompson: has!
I; meeting for 2 m. Fridayin
own gardens is of vital import- been appointed chairman of the. ; p.
ance to the club's expansion flower show, which will probably Plans the library.will be made for fund
plans. i be held in February. BETTER fOOD at LOWER
I raising campaign in the early PRICES
It is the hope of the club that, Additional projects which will fall, and improvements for. the atPETRONIA
all of the trees and plants of intereSt -\ be considered are the organization -,libarry will be discussed.
in Key West may be identified -!! of a Junior Garden Club,and i ST.
with small explanatory: a Colored Garden Club. f
plates as was the custom some The club will be inactive for
years ago.; the summer, and its next meet-
Hand in hand with the identification ing will be m the Woman's Clubhouse SALES LIMITED
of the tropical foliage is' : the first: Thursday in October I1 1-
a campaign for the restorationand with monthly meetings _mijljii 1 HIS G Ek F"Ib. I
conservation of trees along thereafter. Dues are two dollars 5- BAG i
the streets. per year. \ :> :;"::: 'E EBS .
Mrs. William R. Warren prcsi-. Five men were present at last
dent, introduced to the 21 members night's meeting, and it is hopedby
<< present the newly-elected the club that this is an indication t Tt)r00T./, / FLAVORS SALES LIMITED
officers who are: j of a glowing interest t H
Mrs. Greer Smiley, first vice among the male population in finer I I
president Mrs. Darryle Marshall gardening in Key West. ; J ELLO REGULAR 5c
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Intimate Glimpses Seek Divorces; !; .,.. ""
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The active United States Petitions seeking divorces were .-: JUICYORANGES BEAUTY ALASKA RED Del Monte in Heavy Syrup "CLING"SALMON
Army has left Key West, downto filed yesterday in the office of i, I
the last man Warrant OfficerAustin Circuit Court Clerk Ross: C. Saw- 'I (, 8-lb. nAG I PEACHESMI.
Goodman to the best of yer by Maxine Bare Le Roy
our knowjedge, ,was that man. against Henry Jamc Lc Roy: by USE
He and Mrs. Goodman, with Thomas Robert Gillen against
INn1.L1'' un) BU'Grapefruit MI.
their daughter.: Judy, left today Catherine Jane F. Gillen; by 27C
fyi MacD.dl Field, Tampa, after Andrew \.aciruosh against Helen CAN .
three years' residence in Key Macintosh; by John Thomas i 8-lb. BAG
West. Coleman against Marie Yvonn6 ALL GREEN CUT
Thersa Cote Coleman; by Dorothy TEA GARDEN
Pugh ,againsi Ajeslic Allen Pugh (;ALIFORM GOOD SIZE
and Mrs. ARAGUS
Mr. Ralph
and by Nancy R. Jarvis agairatR.
503 William street, left Mondayfor :
a visit in Ohio. They will vis- --Eugene_. Jarvis. CantalollpeS Each
''it Mrs. Russell's: brother in I i
White Plains New York, before 17c
You Do Better When You JUICE
their return to Key West. J Alirtiys Shop at I). s. '"O. J WIIITI .

Miss 1-Zetta Frances Cabrera, POTATOES 10 Ibs. LADY BETTY"PRUNE"
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Sebastian AR.CHER'SSEMISELFSERVICE HILL 37c
Cabrera, 811 Southard st, OUAKT .
returned last week from Salem
College, Winston Salem, N. C. i"OWIIITICauliflo1iVer; .
Her fatter accompanied her NABISCO OREO CREAM
from Miami. 'lb. JUICE
Purchasing Orders From This Leading Store
We Meet ALL Advertised Prices SANDWICHfor
Richard E. Noyes, son of Mrs. '
Sarah Marshall 213 Telegraphlane Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices MEDIUM GRADE ",\" SHIPPED PINT BOTTLES
has returned from North-
Mr.-Noyes is a junior, majoring 2 17c 14c
j in philosophy. I I EGGS Grade 'ALarDozen S8C "
Sh d-
<.Mrs. Anna B. Merrill recently I L\
retired from the Providence LEAN MEATY Wilson's SLICED' EGGS CARTONDozen:
Journal, Providence, Mass, will
arrive tomorrow from Douglas SPARE RIBS ib. 48c BACON .15.53c I MflJI5
Mass, for a visit with her son
and daughterinlawComdr Grade "A" WESTERN Boneless Grade 'A WesternCUBE
and Mrs. D. B. Merril, USN. I
Quarters F-C, Submarine Base.A STEAK ib. 69c BEEF ROAST ib. 69c
Fresh-Shipped, Dre s-ed and DraNu
pre-nuptial shower honoring I
;; Miss Mary Elizabeth John I IrK. 3lb. LB. 57

son George, bride-elect Lowe, will be of given Sidney by,I CHICKENS 2 "Average'Pound Ibo 5Se I II ,, 3 TALL I CANS Average C

her attendants. Miss Sarah I
Bertha Lowe Catherine Berst' MEATY
Faye Elizabeth Bervaldi and ,I Maxwell House COFFEE'lb.. 49c I LIPTOiVS Orange Pekoe \
Patricia Russell* in the Fleming Ribs lb. 49c
Street Church Annex, tonight j I 301IoaI
from6to8p.m. I I I Old Virginia CORNED CAN QUAKER PKG. mEAe

14.The wedding will occur July I BEEF HASH 28eWilson's GRITS..15cLibby's : PURE I'OltK

II i Mb. ROLL 35c
Miss Catherine Berst; of Miami 3-LB. CAN TOMATO No. 303 COLORED and QUARTERED In
is the guest of Mrs.: Benjamin BAKERITE sl19 JUICE.
II. Lowe, 1009 Southard can I
street. Miss Berst, a recent grad-I s'u N NYLAN D
uate of Miami Senior High j r' IDEAL 2 CANS LONG GRAIN PKG.
School, is here for the wedding DOC FOOD 27c RICE 17c BACON lb. S5e
,of_ Miss" Mary Elizabeth John- i j .

Mrs. Evelyn Cotter and Free .Running Nll1, sco. SmaU
I MilK 3 38c
daughter, Elizabeth Rose, who Evaporated CansWelch's 'Cheese lb. 19c
have been, visiting Mr. and Mrs. I SALT
Frank M. Pettis, Poinciana 1 VANILLA
Place 'left yesterday morningfor I l Regular F7
NIOad.es 2
their home in Illi GRAPE JUICE Ottawa C Can . SMALL BARS forKIDS' For Your
nois.Mrs. W AFERS BATH Washing MachineIVORY
h Id
Cotter tought dancing at Florida New Pack I HUNT'S I 0 SOAP OXYDOL

Center Harris from School 1942 and to Poinciana 1944, at I, ORANGE JUICE TOMATO SAUCE .. Vermont MaitlSYRUP Large Kcllog;; Personal Large
I 3 21 32
which time her father Albert''' .19- .... can lbc I 3 cans 23c Packae e pers Bar C Package C
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Small, became an annual visitor I _
to this of Beautiful
city. I u.s. NO. 1 Texas YELLOW I 1 J2-0z. ,.., IC. Soap Women Perfect for Dishes

Mrs. Ilerble Todd, the former I Potatoes ONIONS S P.ollle. 2 ac ItcpularParkagc -. ; / PURE CAMAY DRErT
Sdna 1'inder. with her daughter : I II SOAP Bath Large 30c
Nadine, is visiting her parents -I ) 2 27 C Package
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Pin- I 10 Ibs. 35c.2 Ibs. 15c Heart's Delight NO. 2Vi CAN "BLUE PLATE" 35c( Sizo_ _
:ler. and brother and sister-in- I
'"w. Mr. and Mrs. Earl II Pin- Fruit Cocktail 39c{ MAYONNAISE\ Soap of An Old FaroriteM'ICSPAN
tier. 701 Waddell avenue.
M r: Todd was stationed herewith --- FOR SUMMER SOAP (;:\31.Y Regular
the. Immigration Border 1 CELERY APPLES I II CAMPBELL'S" NO. i c Regular 23cFor
Patrol .and Naturalization Service -'I in Tomato Sauce CANPork NABISCO:: 8' ZlC Ban 19c: _

'several years ago. They are ,i ino I ea. 12c lb. lOcCalilornia I and Beans 14c RITZ BORAX
i i SOAP
Creamy. Sure-Mix IN'CANS 10-Os.
COME and SEE OUR CARROTS Tomatoes BALLARD'S In 34 C 2 Regular 19c Package 12c
CRISCO 3 Ibs. sl29 FLOUR 5 Ibs. Ban. _

Groceries-Vegetables QUALITY MEATS 2 ,Bns. 25e 2 Ibs. 25c THE NATION'S FAVo-n: / SNOW PURE Dux Does-DUZ Everything 20-MULE TEAMBORAXO

We Carry Phone Orders Accepted for Delirery CALL 67ARCBER'S BABD CLEANSER . ,.REGULAR CAN ,34a Large Package 32c Can Regular 17c:

Adams Dairy Ice Cream :emll-Self Service

Note Open to the Public Grocery No Other Store Offers You More Low Prices More Days A Week Than THE BROADWAY!Iltll!!!!

The Store Thai Serves You BesT I
Jane and Shine No. 2
814 Fleming Street Key West, Florida
i Now Available Furnished B.&B.
II Delivery by Service
623 Eaton St. Phone 1342 I! We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities

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