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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LXIX.: No. 167.: KEY WEST FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS> :

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. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION OPENS WITH SPARE SEATS Reds .

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Close ( beckOn Reduce County Budget


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k-' I i >y :tilEN'IAi- ( .'-..AujrimisA hirh i Austrian. '. 'I 1. ':'$6CP00 4 ) ( : ; Road Fund Is


government; : Source fays Russian j;

military authorities. have 'made ?):

increasingly stiff demands; upon i iI {Cut
Total Of
I local I civil authorities in their{. $20,000

zone of occupation: for detailed 1'

reports almost every phase of j

_At rt ter r vk + public life in certain cclu<>. )I *COUNTY COMMISSION: ACTS ON SUGGESTION.:
Ott f Although Russian troops had ,
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j been removed from tome pf the !iOO.:1Iil( ) \ Speed j OF) CI.KKK: : SAWYER; I nJ SAYS COUNTY:
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aiE a;> nearly two years: ago<; Russian : -:
i ed Moral Austrian offrrials.-with' Of I Pan! American
r verbal- orders to list MI former i Acting on Uw suggestion rf Circuit Court Clerk! Ross: C. Sawyer

Nazis and all foreigners:; residingin i' In Jamaica J Run the' Monroe County' !lJYni niion: last night reduced the tentative

;the area to report on all political budget by pprcximctel7>$SO.COO.
parties and 1 their activities I, Aiw.ng the' ? ilMiis ri It' Ojf: the nNnmivirnteta; :

'and 'report' three days in ad- j! MIAMI,, July I It ((''VS-As a Ui-.id'-pavinc fund; fitiH $7Z
vance on all public meetings b prelude to the inauguration ofO9mile.anhour ( Operating time County lionw Stock Iilml .
j : on >> from $:::;; {199 to
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s J, ... be bekl-even traditional rcligiI I|; :, service by Pan "f 12.000.
r[ } oiijprocessions.: j I I American World Airways between' ...'
Florida and Jamaica, 1> Cut in salary of.the clerk of
One
TfJe t officers
-.r Ku x; iaii also ask- TKIftIAN\S f)JPPONKNT
rd for complete-local police roj->> t'f the fat neW Clippers is l.emg! the commission; from $;;,IJ9U to

ters anal demanded that any christened! I this week at Kingston 3000. '

changes-in personnel be I'cport- I the Jamaican\ capital. Public Welfare. from $30.000
.t d :i1n"'J- cdjatdy. They wanted t In a cokuful ceiemony at Palisades
to $23,100.
lists of" all hotels including ne1 1 Field, the gleaming I newaircraft r r
will be named the ti .r Building repairs. and N'I1Ipmcnt | -
1' # t i taifc. aStn their capacity and the I Clipper -
4 'names Of -their! owners. Post : Jamaica by Mrs. 1 11. L. E:: from $10.000 to S.OOO.

.. __' '"Jices! were told to submit lists oC-1 Browne, wfe af,the colonial secietary'of. Advertising :requited<< by l I"w
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.|newipapcrs-romins! ;:: into the. area I the Bullish:; outpost in from $3,000 tu '$1.000"
,A"V II i.iJu.cu. and the number of each di, the Caribbean.
'+ Airport and facilities fi
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HERE; IS A GENERAL VIEW TAKEN FROM THE REAR at the opening of the Democratic national convention in Philadelphia uted. All lectures and trib-I Among the srpakers will be $loio00) to ,$90.500.: in
I officials had to be Wilbur D. Morrison: PAA vice
Monday. The first session failed to draw a Urge attendance. and many vacant scats can be seen. In the. background are photographs by public, The radio station appropriation'
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verbatim and they also president charge of the LalinfneriC"dn iF4(
ported
of the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt (left) and President Truman. demanded that each political Division.A : was included Under the fund (ft
L public welfare.: L. P. AI tman. Ji.I
party secretary give detailed account group of Florida newspapermen -
publisher of the Florida Kc., -

1o:7-:{ J.'j. ridi Bills party on of the 10th activities and 20th of of each hii I, leading. newspapers representing and the state's press Star. told the commissions ,
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had right to '
Senator Alben W. they no appropriatethe
Barkley May :
j morrtlu And local officials werp associations, is flying to' Kings $1,800 to the radio station
told to turn over lists of all ton.aboard the Clipper to attend
Join Marine' Unit from the public welfare fund
trucks and other vehicles all I I the ceremonies. '
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Be Placed In Nomination For garages.and names of their. own- I! The five-mile-a-minute air- yearly(The station from the is city setting). $1 200

Captain i Stales( era j i craft vice ,between will go into Miami scheduled and Kingston ser-- The commissioners in vot'n::

to keep the radio station funo
I I via Camagucy. Cuba and
JA VILLf)::. Fla.. 11 Funeral : intact said they were mindful
KSQ July Service Montego.;: Bay, Jamaica. They x rendered
of the service during
Presidency Southerners Say : - ;
'" Floridians. entered the U. S. Ma-.. For Mrs.\ Bright on the Mondays 589-mile route and Fridays and the tervice over situations in ..KeyVe!>t and .on
".W pine and itSn :
Corps :erve' component the Keys.
BUT INDICATIONS ARE.. will be*stepped up to daily .
t.tt- ..t"ap..iv.GOV. ,
: The Clerk
during;(the month of June' letter from, Sawyc
':- Funeral services'for Mfs. Hattie flights during the winter sea- '
'TIUf1lANVILL ,BE according-ito aft;': announcement' Bright 73, will be held to- son. Kingston also has two BEN LANET of Azkaa saidi;

0HERBUYS; OUT BONOMY,i mad< today -,by Captain ..K;" E.'!morroW,afternoon at 4:00-o'clock: others]' daily l round-trip Clipper sas (above) was chosen in presented That a itself very. serious namely,situation that after -

-NOMINATEDWITH Flake. '" I in the Glad Tidings. Tabernacle. flights linking it with Miami Philadelphia Monday" bouth'-
j j I Rev.. Ernestine Doan, pastor; and .an extra round trip ern rebel as their the' next two months payment
'I on. candidatej:
I Of the total number 73 enlist- of and bills, it
i'JjUfKLKY.: >.PM-' JN AClI MJEL'dcr ]I will officiate. Wednesdays.( for the Democratic presidential.' salaries"
!!- .. AS4Y, ,,,;5QUTIl..JU c \ .ill-ht*!thg"-mguh?r, Maria! ? ..Cerptfsad. .. The-bony-wiU-be'piaefedHn :' .:... ..I ''Domina tl6ft'-In. "opposition'i:to": loo fas*a
"'fllr 1b. :..t. elated't+rebl ,2JJ.Enrolled in,,thq reserve. church: at 2;; o'clock. Burial will President Truman. .. 3Z2417'wili'be 1 : exhausted.Ite .

,, PHILADELPHIA? } .;July i4-r-rI.- ,New Title Of Property n8 Enlt tments:' vyrc effected in,.all be in the family plot-"in city DuRaht t Is Going pointed' out that the realCitate
tax roll has been collected
SenatorAlben > of thetuiic-and, Pritchard Funeral ; ? -
\ W. Barkley notoijly parts ; jncluded cemetery.- !
parliamentary: ruleto limit'the : Sic%r. tilli Reach 1\10- men from Tattahassce in thenorth 1 Home 'Is in charge of arrangements I L Alligoods WinEjectment 100 per cent and that a'l! the
the ...I. .
has of .
backing largentttjoillyrof
( a debate!to 30'minutes. | to Homea: ad'.i.n' tI << 'south. ] To 2nd Division : ( board until December can depend

delegates for the vice-I Southern' leaders asserted that lei; Now Has Fifty-Two L I .--_. '- --.- .--:- 1j on will l be occupational li-
ppctifdential 1 nomination but censes-and this fund will not
also, it will bean easy matter for Capt: John S. DuRant, USMC SuitMrs.

i is considered by a large number,,them to round up one-fifth or( Un l:4"I I County: :;Does Away With' commanding officer of the Mar- meet"Your requirements.>task of adopting the
ine
of them as the outstanding man Barracks; Key West Naval
more of trig delegates in favor of Blanche T.
: AlligOod and i
Max budget
for' the presidential nomination. j' : Cohen is now' sole ownerof Base:, has received orders transferring s I final is going to be aVery
', a floor discussion of the Civil the South Ik-achMok-I her husband, J. W. Alligbod difficult one as the overall
That, latter view was voiced and : : him .to" the Second Mar- I
|! Rights plankFour different the ( .- : : County.Surveyor's job ine Division won in the ejectment suit they picture. of the tentative budgetas
l'Ji! :this afternoon by Senator Steven South Beach Motel of the Fleet Marine

Ojtpjr: of North Carolina planks, h.,the State's Rights, and herefater will have:52 units, > V"- Force: Atlantic Fleet. brught and his against wife, h'Reginald-ery, in Roberts accordance I quick'it now glance-stands! over will'the, situation.from a
-lie said that a bloc of I will be submitted by the men <>r He will be succeeded by Major ,
including rooms, and LATER >r with a verdict of a Circuit
Southerners intend to nominate to. apartments MAY. 1 I EMPLOY CG. Harold A: Hayes, Jr., USMC, as make the levy of mills about
the South. They must attend Court jury yesterday afternoon. j, double the mills levied
he last
y-. to head the ticket, and cottages announced today. ; ditions' ,officer of the local. I ::
Itark added: I the submission, as ..well) in. lhc'j| In making the announcement ..BAILEYTp'WOSijKYEYINC () to change and them I have:! Henceforth no authority, Mr,.I I commanding Marine barracks. Major Hayes is The jury held that Mrs. Alii I[.I year," the letter stated.
good: was entitled to possession
'llf we succeed in 'our- efforts;, advocacy o. them. in' the 30: Cohen said he had purchasedthe is no now .attached to the Marine I Then it continued:
AT Bailey longer responsible: of four acres of land the Roberts i{
thirty the Democratic: party will minute limit provided it is de interest of Mike Bonamy in ::!.WORK. to me, and is entirely under the I I School. Quantico, Va. i are now ccupying. The Alligoods i I "The biggest fact in connection
have a man who will attract vo- cided to keep them to that time. the Board of Commissioners. Capt DuRant will be relieved I with your general revenue
South Beach Motel and that LESS: SAL.tY County I asked $1.000 damages which was i fund is that in last year's budget
tcr-j in all walks of life; a man Other planks in the Democratic ." ; some time during September. I
who is capable Li tn platform arc more specific) the combination title of all the I I : rent for the land, but the jury you had a cash balance in th
way
every
till the office of president of the I than UHISC in the Republican projects now would be the Stev- County Commission last night Bailey then submitted the : .i held they were not entitled to bank of $80,500, but in this year'

United States. I hope we will platform. The plank regarding en-South Beach Motel. voted to do away with the job following letter to the board: !I Board Is Against i iA damages. budget there will not be any

succeed, then it will hbalan'cb carried over which
consists of 30 air-conditioned budget at a salary of $2,.>00 per! that it will about
light for Harry Truman: mends the repeal of the arms Ll. Fedor means require
Bailey but will later '
Senator Johnson further said I embargo regarding that country; rooms, while the original Steven to a proposal give offered consideration year, which is $1,500 less than ii YExpcndituresl/ Going 4 1.2 mills one the present lioofcValuation

that the Democrats had many so that the Jews may receive : Motel: has 16 rooms, four I ain receiving in your present : to overcome without
him
I by to do the surveying work ,
United apartments and four one bedroom budget as County Surveyor to do To Guam Island increase of the budget to
leaders, any of whom would arms shipments from the for $2.500> "year( $1,500 less any
The
a all surveying road location' County Commission went t
!t| apartments. Each of the your
make vice States.
a good piesidcnt. I than he is receiving; now. on record: as being against tal."When
work drawings specifications, ; any ''
Let us choose one of them and, On one matter that is of great latter has its own private beach. County Tax Collector Claude other expenditures for roads LL G. T. Fcdor. USN, CEC, tl you begin to reduce
inspections and other instruc- orj i
keep Senator Barkley for .the,f interest to the housewife the I j|i Cohen said he is. not contemplating A. Gandolfo wrote a letter to tions that the board call for the purchase of supplies at i was detached from duly today the tentative budget I would
presidential nomination." Democrats took a firm stand I t I any new construction at the may by the Key West Naval Station suggest that the first item on tin
commission least until the
county stating new budget
in gocsj I
Senator Johnson was bitterameainst and that is the tax on olcomargaiine. -' the present time. that his office upon me to carry out connection into effect [and will report for further duty Budget:;: be reduced from $5.0W()
December 1.
was no longer :
lie said that all nf the unit with this work with the |
Truman 'because of hisCivil The Eightieth Congresslet to $3,000.( This 'Item Is for you!
:: with the Public Works Office of ,
responsible for Dailey's job. The In making this decision, the
that free I
he controls will private understanding my'
Flights program. Johnson the bill providing for the reI now enjoy a letter the Naval Ammunition Depot j I humble sry ni. After this l>aI -
aid in rommsision
turned down me- on
part: time I
txac'h. He is off have can be used in ; I
as well as scores of .other I peal, die .committee, but the fencing "Mr. my quests for the Pacific island of Guam. I I been done bear down on the
the between the City Bailey seems: to be dissatisfied private business of land surveying : Toads> on Big Pine I
Southern delegates, is going to Democrats advocate the renewal property pruning pencil so that will
J as to his working con- ." Key and Cudjoe Key. Petition- ( Lt Fedor is starting on a motor you
make a fight late this afternoon!I of the fight to repeal the tax. property and the South Beach I ers were ori hand at the meeting j tour of the country today. 'not have to assess too man
to have a State Rights plank Despite the determination of Motel to make the beach. It will ; .1 for He is going first to visit, his mills."
I these but the
TOP) roads commission j
I be private beach begining1 Do- VICE: PRESIDENTIAL' (: )
included in the pl )form. |I large groups of Southern Democrats ANhllA'J'J.S'; sat comber 1, he said.Graduation
The Civil Rights plank as approved tn place Senator Barklcy'sname < r funds available fr the work. I Later he will be in San Francisco -
by the platform committee I before the convention for : s tk where he win board a ship BEST
is not as strong as the- Tru- the nomination for the president Talk for Guam. CYPRESSat
man program on that question j iCY. indcations were. that TrumanI Real PolishUnderground GRADE
vet it is far stronger. and more! will be chosen as the nominee on -
specific than the Civil Rights! |I'the: first ballot. Barkley then Packs A "Punch ;, r e Abolish\ Airport STRUNK LUMBER YARD

program; that was adopted by, will be nominated ,it was predicted ( I

the Republicans at their conven I on?the first ballot for thn CHICAGO--' '.--The audit-no. .S? K yf i iI t Job TELEPHONE 116
tion.. On several matters where-j vice Manager's
presidency- at Darwin school heard the s 2 t x'Y WARSAW! .(APP .les rlaim!! I -- -
in the Republicains were vague: I briefest and
probably most
to have
found a tunnej running
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the Democrats are clear and provocative: all commencement under the Vislula river from the ;! TIle position of airport mana- I j
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specific, as in, for instance, the FOR SALE-46 Chrysler. 4-Dr.: orations. There was only .a yzrs heart of Warsaw to suburban ger. now held by Henry Prit-!]., POOR OLD CRAIG
statement of "equal rights for"" 42 Plymouth. Club Coupe.SS,3.Ton : I I i| chard was abolished last night
one .peech. The full text: "Ice ;1 STATION
: SERVICE
r a y s'k Praga- It is believed to have
all. regardless of race, color, or, Reo Stake Truck. Bargain j I at the of the Monroe
meeting
:; cream and cookies now will b I
? been built during! the Polish uprising j' Francis at Division Phone 9131
religion. NAVARRO, Incorporated. served in the gymnasium." The t Cy 17:1 r against the Russians in. IS- County Commission because of alack I'I "..r "'HI:: Oil. Dcftfer
A fight oa the- floor over the t' graduates, clutching their kin- of funds. The position i has f TC Greue Spray or
63 but, apparently never was
Station ]
Civil Rights plank, undoubledlywill Opposite Bus dergarten diplomas, scurried used- I t been paying jPrUchard. at the LET _UiJ. Change Your Oil

even be though waged the this Democratic afternoon.I from the stage to the table l t Paz t[rate,..of, $3,600: ..annually.Attention. !l I l

steam roller is! functioning Well.It w

will require jonly one-fifth of I Palace Theater : ,. Klk!

the delegates to bring the question B.P.O. ELKS 55t You Can't Save Money Special
to debate on the floor but Judy nano a-Raymond Walborn SPECIAL DANCE

the chairman has the power, un- Here "PUDHS HEAD" Summer Rates
Regular Meeting By Eating FRIDAY 16
x New and Shorts July ,
I Will, Be Held But You Sure Can HaTe An at 9:00 P.M. BODY and FENDER
BATTERIES 1 Elegant Time Spending 1m!! .
CHARGED a' I IN HONOR OF

The Modern Way I August Silt taP WJrepa.t.. I VISITING COUNTY JUDGES REPAIRS
WEAVER'SBigger t.
Drive In. tn 3a Plastic Nu-Flo PAINT JOB 845.00 Up
to 4& mlaote* &lid I GOV. WlttlAM'pJlESTOrf>> L1fi JR. oi Marrland (left) aDd Your Attendance Requested ;
.rout car can be .. its wavlUu THERE WILL NOT Bfi: (All Makes of Can)
BEFORE i STEAKS and U. S. Senate* Albea Bcrklr d Kentucky: (right) were men AUTO .PAINT Charles Doutkft

Smith AUTO' SERVICE I' A MEETING THAT DATE: Better DRINKS! I I tinned as leading candidate for the Democratic vice presidential. Roy* Key West Auto Part :: Orchestra Monroe Motors, Inc

.Pltee. No. 9 Whit al nM1 :D2 .. I ncmimation. at .the. opening of"the convention In PhiladelphiaMonday. : 121 DuTal} Phone ..21| Regular Dane. Saturday. Nlti I lour friendly ford Dealer"

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TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN i4
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1948..__
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I ; t1e} iKry mest (Eftfesu STOP OR CO- -. --WHICH.. .- ,--- .- Bump Brings. ;! -----pnt =wsmcsuwmomW, *

Published DaUy Except Sun l.. P. *AKTMA Owner aad> Pakltafcev DANCE ON THE DESERT __
visitors
MJKMAX D. ARTH X. BatlBess Ma.sce* Key West has many even Money\ Back l t-J n :

From The Citizen Building though this is an off season for tourists. 'I'Ir Days Cone -
.. Corner Greene and Ann Street WICHITA Kan.-After colliding II By
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Florence Theel
and
Only Dally Newspaper Uonrca County In Key: West Assuming you were one ''of them "what: with a pedestrian Calvin W.j By :

-- would you know about the through streetsor Tinsley 23, a navy veteran ruched -I I loP Newtfeatvre AS 'TAKEN ;FROM FILES OPHJ(
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second class matterMRMBRIl ,
tntered at Key Went. Florida as : THE
CITIZEN OF
the one-way streets\ \ in Key West! into police headquarters to r cnapter > -Why-hellor I thought you It IsrTt fair to hold you to your .
OF Tub ASOCIATEI PRE!! ask JULY 14. 1338 "f\ -
where he
was. in Palm
COURSE have to were Springs.1What are promise.
Tile Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to Conditions as to markers are not so COP you stay "
Dee for reproduction of all newa dispatches creditedto He learned he was 700 miles I I here, kid" Bert said. you doing here? She smiled and leaning to him. : cwwmuzmCounty
It or not otherwise credited In tMa paper. 'and bad as regards parts of Fleming. and from his home, in Davenport, His spirits lifted as always at kissed his cheek."You could never '
::- lisa the local news published here. Iowa. .: The brothers stood looking at sight of her. "I'm taking you to talk me out of keeping it,. darling." Clerk Ross Sawyer -.
'.' Duval as one-way streets.;., put the mark- each other before,them,alt:'Paul. dmner. Where's a quiet place that Her brown eyes twinkled.-Not un- and "Chairman Carl Bervaldi
victim of
SL'U One Year' __ .sisseii era are not large enough,for strangers in well-groomed and confident, Bert we can talk? less you've met some glamor girl told county commissioners, at a
I Months _ _-- _- -_ _ _ 5.00 .said the last thing he remembered .in the rumpled tweeds he'd driv. There was tenderness in her down there you'd rather; have." : rreeting last night bids
Three Months _ _ _ 1.11 cars to not readUy, iftequerttjp, visitors was leaving hk;; job with a en from the desert in. His look uplifted glance, a troubled question "As though there ever could be had ben received for that the no ferries| ______
Jr.. Mcr.th 1.0' drive against traffic or the sections construction company at Rock, tried to tell his brother that he too, "No place is very quiet anyone but you!" Gladness surged :
.11 'one-way I i I
V..kly < at this hour.: Lines are waiting into his that had! been used betwet'P..the.I.water ;|.
heart. He
list about
.. I" Island. Ill. He had a of un* understood how Paul felt took her in hi* :
.-. ADVERTISING RATES of tho e1 strft J .ii,; ;! : t.c';%;,,j bought groceries, 24 cents in I Eileen and that it was really all everywhere." She said after a arms and kissed her. "It would be gaps of the Overseas;''t
Made Known on Application J him. brief pause "I've got something like losing my right Highway.
right with $ arm honey to
But asto the and billfold
: through reets. in
>( srjch as change an empty "We're going to miss in the refrigerator .at the apartment giveyou, up,"he said unsteadily I 1
SPECIAL NOTICEAll Simonton, Eaton, .Southard; ,White, Whitehead his pocket. I you ,. Bert. We could, be. quiet '
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reading; notices, cards of thanks resolutions though. Paul I Ernest Hemingway :and"
ft tferpect. obituary notices, poems etc will be and Division ihxnv jsia..stran er to C.C C S S S S S S S S S S S.S S S S 5555' Paul tugged at the handkerchief there.Well AND then, for ",the third time Charles Thompson fromhn. _
tamed for at the rate of IV cents a line. ; okay-if you'd rather. at day Bert told about the i, fishing
Notices for entertainment by churches from which know they 'have precedence fiver Bother Radio dn his coat pocket "A drum.mer's He took her arm. It was walkingup nightclub he was going to open in i the former's cabin cruiser Plary
r. revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. Programs not important,. anyway.The steep Maryland; Avenue' the the deserted hacienda yesterday; brought a six-foot-:
The CItizen Is an open forum and invites 41seurslcn streets when pta alIytaHVSTOPfsigns? Vets' Bureau can supply some- I near Palrn '
of public Issues. and subjects of local or I day he'd been discharged from the Springs.Eileeslistened.enthyalled. : six sailfish to port. It was qnly I _____
general interest but It will not publish anonymous: have' faded? : ;: .SS.SISS.SS.e.s.....eS.. body to take my ptsiaaNobody army hospital. that Bert had suddenly I recalled--
tvumunicatloiis.MEMBER. out? Or .where'the: through can do that,. kid and realized that he loved Eileen "Have your own business beside medium size, i iwas ..........

streets i intersect, as at Baton and Simon- you know it." Even though Eddy FarwelL And. now entering the your own' orchestra. Bert-- that's !' compared with jleningwy'1i4.record i,

Daytime Summary and Bert were closer to each other rosy sitting room she'd furnished wonderful!" i catch of a nine-foot. _
ton. how is he to know that Sin. : nton Selected programs as listed below Bert was very fond of PauL with things left by her mother, "Tony Perrelli's coming In with eight-inch sailfish in local war-"> ___
are brOadcast at the same turns Mon. "Getting the band was Paul's Bert had ___
takes precedence over Eaton? up an overwhelming" us--investing ters. ,
money.
day through Friday. Eastern local He'sgoing!: ii _
idea in the first place he told ing to take her in his and tell
arms to "
time. For central subtract one hour; sing for the customers, too. I -'
/ 1948 As a result of the disappearance of f 9r mountain subtract: two hours. ,Jhe. others. her so again. But he held himselfin Her eyes were glowing. "1 could 'j

STOP signs, visitors are in a quandary Paul grinned. taking off his check. He struck a match and come down with your mother Secretary Stephen C. Singleton _

JULY 12 THROUGH JULY 16 : coat. "Well, you can't hate me for stooping lighted the wall heater. weekends, and sing for you too. I today ,denied a report that 'v' ______
driving in Key W- st. Every day they can that-considering. the way thingsare "Your place keeps nice and "Mother's going back with us on II the Key West Chamber of 'Commerce -* _

be 'seen stopping their cars when Ihey Convention Program breaking." He hung his coat warm", with the sun shining in all Monday to take measurements for is to be reorganized. "The _
Full schedule! of the Democratic national upon a hanger. "By the way, day. curtains and things! "' chamber is expanding not reorganizing _____
should be moving or vice veria, l>oqie of being; earned convention t>y all at four Philadelphia networKs this is, Eileen;: was asking for you." I Eileen took off her wraps and "-Then in that case. TH! just take ," Mr. Singleton liiIid.I .

IMPROVEMENTS: FOR KEY WEST them are not. as cautious ?as, (oth'ersj; and week from Monday on. Bothjday and "She was!" "" brought glasses of tomato juice my portable sewing machine ana I I -----
night sessions go on the air, in addi ; from the little kitchenette. "This we can make the'cUrtains rigiA .
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ton to : Paul put his coat In the closet"I : County Commissioners
for that reason accidents,are averted: nar- special programs. will tide us over while the chopsare there. at a
Exact times were not listed by the think ought to see her,
networks in their advance schedules you broiling." She sat beside him "But what about your job?" meeting last night, opposed an'
C nowly day. At tJrinnel and Eaton
every ao programs as gIven here with sre sub. boy. on,the sofa and after a moment "I have twelve days' accumu.. proposal to give any Monroe
1. More Hotels and Apartments. for instance, a stranger sped along ;Grin- the Ject regular to ,instantane sessions and change other for breill'ca.t. both I Suddenly Bert felt like Eileen'a heel. said "Your note didn't really fool lated sickleave. I'll speak to Mr. county Key land to the Ever-
he'd left under
note
That
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. .. ; me Bert. I knew there was some Morse tomorrow-get everything glades National Park
project.
nell, thinking he was on a through Street 5 door saying to forget himrwhata ,
cleaned
rushed by Saturday.
reason why up
3. Airports-Land and Sea. T *f She hada qther you I _____

4. Consolidation of County and and two Key West rs, one driving north- : Morningf:00rHoneymoon,In X. T.-nboUreakfa&t I weakling's right. at least subterfuge, to know, whyhe'd away"1 suppose like that.Paul" has told.you?" angels The! women An hour-.in ago: my he was life sure are i A conference of several interested -

City Governments east andthej-other\ pouthwesj f ,, on Eaton, ClubabePlhDarnyard broken things off. He looked She nodded. "I made him tell that he had lost her and now he outsiders with city offi- ______
I I 5. Community Auditorium. had, to camp) on their b'rak'eisuddenly to Follies-cb. at 'his watch. She'd becoming me, Bert." She looked down and held her in his arms. Maybe when daIs with Mayor Willard M. Al- ,
; Ozark alley t'olks-mbs from the office now. Hurriedly he loved
then raised her lovely. guilelesseyes. people each other this way. bury presiding was held yesterday -. .
L_ avert a collusion.: .H 10:00-"re -* Music For \ou-cbs -""' ,, "You fellows are staying for Bert-that we love each other." Love was binding strengthening
The Key Westers ; scowled; : as the 10.30 My-Hoar Story of Drama Serials--abc sbo 'cbow.ten't they. Mom? If I'm "You told him that! Why-he's The sound of sizzling in the oven to 'establish* an' airport in Key....

I MONOGRAPH stranger: whizzed by .bqt he was not to Sing Along, --cbs r; not back. don't wait for'me. I'm, crazy- about you. too. Eileen." brought Eileen to her feet. "The West _
bay It With Music-mbs fe i I going for a walk." She let that pass. "You've been chops!" she said. And dashed out .
Readers if jlame. He had no way*of knowing he was 11:00-Arthur Godfrey Show-,.-b. ., I He was at the corner when trying to throw us together a longtime to their rescue. David Segal, who had been _
Dear ( : lireakfart In iloiywot4at411t30flen : .
not on a through street. Alexander Show-albs Eileen got off the Alvarado bus, haven't you?" she said And something about her move- visiting. his grandmother Mrs.,
for the lit- I. fastening her,dark topper gently. "Did you really think agirl's ment suddenly reminded him of
feel green
We certainly sorry 11:45-Serial* :3% hrs.-cbs .::.. Thurston Johnson, and aunt.
The Citizen thinks the city commis- against the dampness of the eve- affections could be switched Gloria deSylvia. He frowned. jab
I
Miss Elaine Johnson left
tle fellow who tries to shoulder the burdens -' sion should direct that STOP be Afternoon **' I ning. Her hair curled like a golden arcund like that? Did you think 1 bing his hands into his pockets as yester-
signs 12:00: -Welcome Travelers-aba brown wouldn't stand with in little he followed Eileen the day for his home in Jacksonville. ,
without having brim around a smart you a to kitchen. _____
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of community
a paipted, as well as arrows-at some of the 12:30-Words and Music-nbo '; hat and her brown eyes lit with trouble?" Funny, he should think of that girl .
enough on his shoulders. I the 1:00-Music Half Hour-nbo .* pleasure as she saw Bert standing "It's a big trouble. Eileen. Sup- -now! _
cprners of one-way streets. 2.03-Double or zolblnllt-I&bo: II" there. pose the desert'doesn't fix'me up.I (ITS be continued) | Charles L. Roberts managerof
THE; ORACLE ; Queen lor a Daynibs2:30SerL.io '
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for 3% h..beUride
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Under Communism! all labor unions Martin and Clock Croom ne..ords-N"-abc' .. .'. TODAY IN HISTORYKnow WILL YOU SMILE? Your Horoscope ', left today trip.Today for Miami on a business -

are run by the Government and the 3:00-Indies C* Seated-abc _
Communists i _
ILLUSIONS ABOUT ATOMIC AGE 3:3D-r.. House r.rty-c'b" : .. ( America: ) \ .
Sure!
run the Government. Unions Second Honeymoon-abc. 1789French Revolution WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1948 The Citizen says in an
(
4CO-Hlut HuiLQui'" !> -
couldn't help) you get higher pay, shorter For the Ljvva Al ke-abo< opens with storming of the Bas-I -The person born this day will editorial paragraph:
There has )been widespread! accept- 4:30-Winner Take All-cl>-. tille. : He-Your lipstick k; comingoff. : have considerable versatility, 1 "One wqay to avoid worry is
hours or better working conditions. They Treasury CaRd Show-abo6OO and mind that to cultivate conscience that
J798-((150 years ago) The his- ., an inquiring will a
di-oovery of atomic weapons has "pro- would only be used by the Communists : Kkl-Treasury'll s, Hour Ean(nest '
nnce of the idea that the advent of the to help keep you down. ,lat rl-abc and mbs -. ed: making it criminal to "make .He-It is. jects. There; is sorrn lack of perseverance ,I.

.. 6:4S-Uum and AbnercbseastNETWORKPROGRAMS: "false malicious a/id scandalous She-I'm sure it isn't. ) and an undue ten- In 35 years the Rockefeller ..
atomic bomb has practically ended usefulness staterrenti about the Govern- 'He-Listen! Any time I get as, dency to worry which if unchecked Foundation has spent more than

) of other weapons and that there is THE NEXT MOVE, NO DOUBT :\ment.' Congress or the Presi- close as this to a girl her lip-:! will sometimes preventthe $400,000,000 in virtually everycountry

I dent." stick is coming off! attainment of success. of ,the world.
no limit to the destructive effect of the eastern LocalTime. For central I World's' __ _, _____ _
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mountain
Since the Supreme Court decided in subtract ens hour for : I j I s L853---Countp's first .,
subtract two hours. Some local stat L -
bombs.) t'a5r'epens IHI. N.w' York City. 'I
ofr V y tf> !
tions change
1944, that insurance is int ste commerce local .. eo"a: t minute prot- >*M922-Sacco and Vanzetti convicted : i.- I. ,in'I
RearAdmiralVilliarn
S. -
Parsons '
the 'indnstry..becnmeubjeet to gram changes caflwt be "incluUej "Of murdcc in--famous case '
Navy director of Atomic Defensesays : .i i -i ', ) -
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,
the anti-trust laws l I Executed :Jgii: :'years! kit r.1S27 it .t ,
except" to the Extent! WEDNISDAY jutr' 14 ; '
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that most people have an' exaggerated \ -First civilian flight to
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I
that jt is regulated by state authoriy.-. 1 't\
Evening Califor-
Hawaii from Oakland U
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idea of the ,
;: potency of the bombs. He : Around the Corner
Insurance observers point ; out that 6:0: < -Xew Report J5; IR.-nbo nia. f
:
.Newscast\ Every Day-cbs
thinks that the mental shock occasioned
m. there is some confusion Network: Silent,Hour abc-east 1934-Pacific Coast labor .,
especially
among'companies Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-weet I
by the discovery of atomic weapons! has"produced Network Silent ((1 hr.-mbs-Cast. I, unions vote a genE"ral'strikE"
relying
upon stat regulationsfor Kiddies Hour (repeat)-jnbs-west 1937 The House Judiciary

an impairment of critical faculties I immunity. They suggest 'that the companies 6:15-Sports; : Music Time-DboOuest Committee leads U. S. House in -
,
which has allowed some dangerous Talk Time-ctHjr I revolt gaainst President Roose I
and the public should appreciatethe :30-Music Time-cbs-east from Anywhere ;
illusions to be accepted as facts." 6:45-Newscast': by Three-nbc velt's U. S. Supreme Court bill.
e importance of the decision of the Supreme Lowell Thomas. (repeat ID-cb 1938-Howard Hughes ends ,fl
The first illusion I
according to the
,
7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basio
v. Court and that failure to do so will Tb. i.e"is hhow-cbs ; his round-the-world flight in \
Admiral, concerns the lethal quality of lead News and Commentary-abo i four day's. .
to Federal
regulation.
Fulton L..wis. Jr.-mb. f .
atomic bombs. While this i is greater than 1943 American ships and
7:1S-News': and CommhtnbaDaily
The I
general. in insurance circles
opinion
-
Commentary-abc batter the enemy positions ;
planes
with high explosive fire bombs I' '
it I
.. or News: Dinner Uate-mba -
is that the decision will'have, little or'I in Siciily. '
1 (II
should be understood that the blast damage 7:30-- Rnlllnl Trio-nbc
Wayne Show-cbs j 1944-- American invasion
no effect on the life insurance companies.It Jerry : I,
: in Germany from high I Lone Ranger rama-abo in Normandy advance qna '
ordinary
.. explosive will chiefly affect fire .and casualty insurance News Comment-mbs I jiorcas I'I'I
: 1 bombs, during World War II, was"equivalent I : -Kaltenborn'Comment-nboXews I 48-mile front. I 1'1"
operations. Broadcast: -cbs declares War on
1945 Italy ,
: i 4
: Comment-i bs
Sports:
to several hundred atomic I
The next move will undoubtedly be an 8.00: -National': Minstrels-nbc I' Japan. "i T
0 bombs." This blast damage did not bring American Melody Time<:-b. 1946-United Auto Workers: ; ,:
effort to have Congress pass a law tp exemp't To Be Announced-abc ,' strike unless OPA price
threaten i -
w about a complete loss of military or indus Special AGent-mb. tL
these insurance companies from. the 1:30-Jack Pearl Show-nbc i i controls are restored. i
trial .strength. Dr. Christian Drama-cba
operations of the antitrust laws. Paul Whiteman Talent-ab 1 j 1941-President asks pricetests
While victims of gamma radiation, High Adventure. rama-mba i before there is any coal and
Since the Congress has seen fit to 8:55: -Billy Eose Comment-..ibs rises.
steel
: from atomic bombs suffer Admiral Parsons t.OO-Tex and"Jinx-nbc .
make this exemption in the case of' rail T' Be Announced-cbs *.. '

says that they are "no better and certainly roads and other*carriers r ?} ?m*t snetion Gabriel Abbott lieatter.( CommentLmba1:15Xewl abc 1 OFFICE ; i": i

C no worse" off than victims S ILL-S ,
of other with! some ot their ratt-fiifu ig' 1 operations> proadcast-rabs- 1 I Roberts SUPPLIES J
man-made castrophes. He explains that 1:30-Dlstiict Attorney Drama-nbo I
it will be logical for.the insurance Companies James Melton Concert-cbs
St 1 1V
: his purpose is to prevent the public from Go For the House-abc and EQUIPMENt SERYIU STATc :
and their lobbies to, vfprjc) asfeidu- U. Hampton Show-mbs ,
getting the idea that there is no limit to :5S-B1I1 Henry News-robs 126 Duval Street Phone 2SO r
ously to secure the same exemption. 10:00-Th@ Big Story Dramanbed We Take Pleasure ,

the area of destruction. Gordon Whistler MacRao:Drama-cb.Tbealec.b4: ,I In Announcing That ... : '. .t_'

The second illusion, to which the Ad- Europe will recover when the Upinionairo Forumlots'u ... r Mr. Fred Edwards
:: .- nations 10:30: -Music Appointment-nbo
miral addressed himself, revolves around Capitol Cloakroom-cbs
of the Earth learn to in '
cooperate Music by Maupin-abc ) IIi.4 Joined Our Sales Forceand
the idea that atomic bombs deliver them- peaceful enterprises. But will i that* day California Melodies-oibs J.C* Will Be Happy To Call "

;, selves. The delivery of atomic bombs and .1150-New.: Variety. 2 hrL.o..cbr You At CJr 6
come before Worjd War lll purges the News & Dancing Hour-abc On AnyTime
News. Dance; Band 3 bra.-roU
methods of defense, continue to be ustumbing \ I agressors? 11 tli-X w, Variety: to inbc1250'Dascing'Conttnued&be.west, fJIr Just Call 250 --.a

: block, in the words of the Ad- b't
:
; miral who "points out /hat "modern war I LETS BACK KEY' WEST --- -- 34

: has created more problems" than have -i:,

'* *. WHEN IN BEACH
been solved. There is every reason why businessand MIAMI .

-. The third illusion, continues the Admiral professional men should join the: Key '

; I. is .that large-scale production of West Chamber of Commerce It is an Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete

; atomic energy for peaceful use can be agency for the d. 'development-v ;} Key. ',West
HOTEL! I
achieved in a few years. Facts available and its urroundnnd!! j t VQj jy, S$&. the I., 1', I,

today he insists, "do not support any' rosy worthy objective of accelerating the

predictions of cheap abundant power growth Qf business and..industrjN *.- .

from uranium and thorium in the .-f < ,, .
.forsee- "
The: Citizen believes$* ,t1i1 i j ,time, i1r '

able future." that the'Chamber of ;Commerc! jReserves .; --.- -: (.j. L- ,., .__ : ;,

u We give publicity to the statement of the support tat it seeks from the business : --- --'., .

the Admiral because it i Is important mehttSt'cit41t I '
very and professional: has ...l LOW .J,.

that the people of this country maintain a given' promise of*gYeUWnf?vefae\ d U but "" 9SUMMER RATES So i


mental balance in thinking about atomic the success of*ils umTertakYng tlepends upon .- S Extfutlvt. Nonh Be"ch Sect,..' Csy Tro.icsl Feds s) Ss,,"CsissS ..
,
warfare. )Moreover there is nothing to be the active cooperation of leading business Cocktail LOMI S SoUnass S CaWM Cab ..

pained by expecting the early availability men and women. 1tt NEWSURF% Listen to "CLAUDIA" .' o .::45 '"-

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= of cheap 'power, produced by atomic We have'no doubt of the value of a '. -
fission. WKWF, 11:15 A.)L r. '-

well 1 organized, liberally supported ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 69th ST. : > ,

Chamber of Commerce It ,can. dcynuch fora tOTTlED UNDII AUIHOIITY Of TIll COCA-CO1A COMPANY Sf .4 -

=: Bureaucracy; Government of the city and its' residents .whichjtliey cannotdo EUGENE ,E. DENNISON ManagerFormer KEY WEST COCA-COLA BOTfLING COMPANY.l' .. ': .

.: p'ople, by some of the people, and for for themselves untill organized in suchan Manager oflb Casa Maria C c'iiJ.1'.Cc..C.,,-, ...-. : t(

some of the people. Detroit ,* -I
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IY11f itRUltriOripRtililstill'JltlilunillUti! ( fUilWnjl i lliuUtJUUilllululUlW r mIllu. I : -1 1 : VFW Will MeetThursday


'-SOCIETYBy ..NEWs : :1 -The Weather j I Planned Gigantic In TB.Studj r i Nigh


J", -. : !! I Europe, .
JESSIE_ GIBSON FORECAST t; Regular meeting of Southe n
I COPENHAGEN W Th -r.O't Post No. ?9il. Veteran* ,
1lUIUIM1I1I1tIIiuunUWlullluluIIIIUl llllunlll lllu: UI1lIUi1111tUlipllUlNilliltif IlllUllllllUlUlilililllR. Key Wert aiSd'Vkihity: Partlycloudy' !
Danish Red Cross will
j[ examine P
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---- with occasional ,ram! Foreign Wars. will be held at
Key West Menlbers Of sqiialls through Thursday Moderate j i about youths'fony'miIli in European< n children countries and; the home of its commander
I to fresh"southeasterly winds Tony Arthur 901 Grinned sl at

Florida University Ali, lulflf* I becoming strong in S(1 uall.I. Little -.!t'I:for two tuberculosis years. Expenses daring will the'next be revered 8pm. Thur!'da>.

change in temperature. >. the United Nation children
by -
Plait 1'6 Enlcrtmn Studnits ,I Florida: tonight: Partly ahd cloudy Thuixlav this aft'jernnon Salvage Fund with. 2.000
000. bv Denmark's governmentwith
Florida State UnuersitvAlumnae Invitations Virginia Shine :' with afternoon and evening $400000, and nation-
showers and thunderstorms overt _. by a Let Us Help You
m'Key West have completed Humphreys, and Mary' Curry: southeast coastal section night wide collection in' Denmark
plans for a tea to be Sweeting. and Thursday morning. which is supposed tQ produce

'given August 12 in honor of students ,Refreshments, Clara Langford II East ,Gulf and Jacksonville $1 000.000 examination to $1.250,000 1 Plan Your FloorsFree
Atrnayor "and Alice P. Roberts:' through Florida Straits: Mod3r The ; will b'
returning to Tallahasseeand ,and Josephine made mostlv in Finland. Aus-
Ways' Means ate to fresh: -past to southeast Estimate Giren
Gainesville, aha including James and James. Bulgaria and Rumania. Uo, .
Gwendolyn (winds ;over, south portion: gentleto tria. i .Asphalt TU
Decent graduates and students Decorations. Florence. Albury,., moderate !'outherly wind> to now 1.700.000 persons in .Eu- : Rubber Tile
attending other universities. MullinaX over north portion t this afternoon. rope have been examined by the .Cork Tile
At a meeting in the Harris Entertainment, .M-s. WilheU tonight and Thur at. Scaitsr3d Danish Red Cross Plastic Floor Tn.i .
school library, July 8, vice-pre- mina Harvey., thunderstorms with occasional i Plastic Wall Tn..Broadl.l..
side t, Mrs. Wilhelmina Har- ,Finance committee, Miss: rain squall over extreme couth lJhcC'MnP to TheItsen4ntllnmu i ..
vey, presiding in the absence-of Gladys Pjnder. ,t portion. otherwise widely scattered ICap.llo Wool Rugs
President Mary Trevor, who i* The tea will be given in the; hover! and thunderstorms :11UIIRIIDJlJlUlIIIUIUIIIIIIIJlUIUII.: a .Acoustic Ceilings
out of town appointed the fol- Woman's Clubhouse, Duval over remainder of area. Win* '' .1 I Hardwood Flooring
lowing committees: street, (from 5 io' T:pm; locauV moderately strong in MALLMARCARDS! I Formica for Sinks.
--, -. _----. ..._...-. -t-- ---'--- I i I I squalls. < ; Counters. Tables
: No small craft pr storm warn- I Floor Sanding and
'teenage DaitCes, Sponsor&fl By ;: ings'have been issued. 41 sE'tcs' &)Model? j. Refinishing

I Playground DepnflmeAt t Report Toys O Sundries
City i ;Cans Floor Coverings

Much ;> Key West, Fla..July 14. 1943f The HOBBY SHOP .
Evoke Interest Locally]],f Observation taken at City Office. J. L. CATES
8:30 A:M.: EST)
The third in a series of teen.'.A.,Russet i.. -, l\t Buckner, John-j Ttmntratur*. 1105_ Division Street PKbn 91 Flooring Contrarlor
sponsored the. Blair Cecil Wyatt,, Hilburn Rob-- yastetday' 91 925 WHITE STREET
age dances* ,by Highest a
girls, Louis: Pineda; George Hale' Open Sun 8 :A.M.. to XoonwtnNtrrnwnunnmmnnrnimuNnmxmpxurnr i PHONE 159j 9,4lllIWUiWtU91nmHUlmKUm..UUUUmmiUllmnInuuUImmuiiiInmIlliln
City Playground Department t l Lowest. l% t;night. 7 9 .
"',Kenpeh_ $olomon,, Jeff F. Ru--[Mean '_ t 83'I
and';organized. by the YMCA,!( pont, 'J: IL. Colgan. Rodolph Bal- ';Normal, ': -' .j 113p.ee1pitationJ. '
will be .held Friday evening rierehi Mifi Maltha Flora,. Miss. '.: mfnrlUlUmppfUIpw Im.
(r '-8:30\0.. 10.30 in the patio- .Elsie Mora 4t [Total la!lf, 24 "hours, .04:ins,' ,. .

of the :krnied'Services 'YMCA: '' Wss' 'B unny Knight :Mis Anne -i I>Total this month ,r 1.20ins..> .
Approximately 100. young DougHtrj, ,Galej tweeting\\[Dsfipiency s:month .I?:in*,, jI UO
people attended last Frida"sd John,Sosin,.Charles; uxiet- Miss r Total-tlxi* year 18.89Ins.. .- -
: John Pirtchard's Orchestra. Don Thiele, Walter T. Parkes, ]i ,,:. Rtlativc'Humidity : ..
Youths 14-and 20 years of age Donald B. Lloyd, William C. \1 M, 'MO A.M.. : 1 .
are invited to attend. Pasty Roy Speer ,Jr.. Mis IV;,: < t
ltir
Those attending the last dance Cookie Roberts, Louis C. Maloney : Baroin.ttr '.
were: Jr:" Donald A. White. !! fS-a Level tt'30 :A.M. ".
Claude Valdez, Miss Lola Cun- Mickey Ricketts Miss.Bervl Dill, SO,00 ins.-10159 rib*. (. D
n'ngham Mis Vivian Garcia Miss Lou Winkler. John Dillon. I Tomorrow :Almanac. .
Miss Alice Hernandez Miss Mae Kenny MasonMiss Wmilrefl ::;Sunrise .. 5:47 .a.m. :
Kaplan.v Donald Kerr, Marvin Cruz, Miss Caridad Granda i;;Sunsd. '-_ .7:18p.m.,. .
Boza, Charles Graham, John Thomas, Pepanref. Miss Patsy j;Moonrise 2:49 p.m. .
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Desko, George Hurries, Norman Harmon; Miss Dolores Solano, 1!Moonset 1'13 a.m.L .
HUr(, Donald Pearlman. Miss Miss Joyce 'Parks Miss Diane j f Ii Iif .
,Inza Bell 'Roman, Norman Deckens: 'Mis* Sandy Silberman : ,TIDESTomorrow C- '
Brown. M;ss, Ruby Ricketta "
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Miss Penny Monroe. Hank Simon Miss Joyce Bradley Miss ; (Naval Base) j I. .
Harold D. Rutter. Leroy June Molina,; Daile Mitchell. N. '!, .Eastern Standard Time) t tj 4 .

Sawyer, Ward Y. Herrick..James .A. Potente, Horacio CastilloJr.. i j High Low .y e w .
Sheppard Miss Loretta Carbon- Hubert Martinez. Frank Sosin 4:48 a.hi. 12:14 p.m. I.
ell, G. L.E kardt, l\liss..Barbara- Kenneth Kerr, Kenneth Meaf'or. i 6:32 p.m. 1053 p.m. .
Crusoe, :Jimmy Gamble, Miss Billy ,Albury 'Joe Fleitas, Eugene K
Beverly Buchanan, William W. Kirchoffer. Ed Steen. Rob- ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA .
Warner,. Miss Joan Porter William ert Sempser 'Miss Nancy BlaU-I. Reference Station: Key West f'.
S. Robinson, Miss Joan Lanier veil Forr!"st Arther. Miss Nancy Tim of| Height of .. -p. .
Fito Lastres Albert Parra, Sterling, Oskie Warren. I: StatioDTid. high water ; r O

___ u ____.__ 4_---.-- -----..- QaLia, Honda t-j FOR HOME a
[ (bridge) __-Oh 10m 0.0 ft. orCOMMERCIAL
. :'Birthday Party By Intimate Glimpses I.I No Name Key I -- s .
(east end) _.+2h 20m I : USE .
'(;r.ey Lady Corps Mr.. .and Mrs. Harry Hastings, :,BucaChica' ,
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Road (Sandy Point)-Oh 40ni'Caldes ,
4632 York Eaiit'more: Mr,
>For Old"Folks. .severalweeks : Channel ." .' We Are Prepared To Furnish You If'ilh
are spending with '.;-north,'enJJ2b lOin: +1.4 ft I : ,
Mrs Roland, Richardson and her Clear, Pare CUBES or CRUSHED ICEThompson :
oOo '
Members of the Gray Lady I: : '
children MrS: Alice Roberts Lucille VOTE O ..
Corps, Key West Chapter, Ameitcaq :
.Richardson, and Norman, (--Minus ','gn: Correction t Inc.
Red Cross, entertained :
Enterprises :
Burtonfand' Jahn Richardson.:. 1 to be subtracted. ,
la!evening with a birthday J
Mrs. Hastings is'th former/ (+)-Plus sign: Correction t." .
party, at the County Home forth be added.fh :. (ICE DIVISION) .
Grace Richardson of this city. ,
aged. Honored guests wete )-Hour." j
It is her husband's first visit in 0 PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. >8
'Mrs, Williams, who is 79 years ClD)--Minute
forty eats, and he says that he l'; '
of, age this month, and Mr. Kver, is amazed at the improvementsof :(ft)-.eel nUDlIIlIIl1I1nnJlI"IIIIIUI''Rm.. IP.lfuumlmmuU.11'IIllnr."I1JI"IUJI"III'11II1"Rlllllllmn..t
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vho- Refreshments is,80 of- ice cream- .city...*_ -. -. -' '' f* \ .,\j jy I t.. ....................."...'......: ..:...:: .....e;.;..:..:..........................::.

gift ;rof. the Navy Officers' Wive, .-. and Mrs. Earl Julian, j
Chlb,' nd 'a- beautifully decorated South rd street left today for I i.. Announcing the Opening
birthday cake courtesy of Miami, where they will spend !
Victor A. Lang,' president of the several days i .. .
local Hotel Association were
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served. Atiractup favprs. were Mr and Mrs. John L. Nugent j WEST'S
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made and donated by the Girl representatives of the LincolniEvening i

Scouts and a personal gift was Courier. Lincoln, Ill.. i :By One of Key West Oldest Jewelers
presented to each: of the honored spent yesterday Ji the city ,
guests by .the Aquarium Curio gathering material. for a story '
Shopa: their paper will do, on Key ,
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Entertainment was furnishedby West The kugents, who staved ;!
Jon P. Baillodv,. who played at the,:Steven .South Beach Motel | .JF.pT4ddcticK'st:
several old favorite compositions plan to, return: for',thej said
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onj is aeconlian- they 'found our city. most inte- j ;
Cooperating with the Cray '
resting '
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Ladies in',making the arty a Quality Jewelers
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success Wet 'Mr3. Betty Mc\ed Mr. Joseph Roberts, 1417 Pine t! Q '
Rxecfltfv*?' Secretary. Key West accompanied by hi$1| '
Chapter- ,ARC and Miss Gertrude daughter Mrs. .Josephine May,l Freddy July 16th 9 A. M..

Uub cher. and .her son Larry, will leave ,
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Mrs. Clifton Evans chairmanof Saturday morning for a two "
the Corps announces that the weeks* .vacation: 'Lakewood.I: 508 DUYAL STREET -NEXT TO KRESS .
Gray Ladies will hold a similar N. J. Thej will visit Mr. and .. -
party each month at the Comity Mrs. Bill, More*.; She is the for- -

H o me.i city mer Virginia" Roberts of this i A Sensational Opening Sale

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ftec4 fioii Fdr A '55-pound : -ttEIVCTIO\S TlinOUGHOUT: THE STORE "If CO/ :
tarpon was I
tint Pastor caught bi._Whitt Swain I : AS IIIGII AS m ,9 /OFREE ..
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old son of Comdr. .and -J'ear-I .
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Rev. and Mrs. PRIZED
George McNeil -
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Ray of the First Baptist Church Capt.Jakie Keys LL gion" lastnight t .
The Swajns ,were taking
will in the be.honored church annex"with a Thursday reception a last moonlight cruise before: i Silver China

night at ,eight o'clock. Sharing ending West. their vacation in Key : Rings

honors with them will be Mr. :

and, Mrs. 'Calvin Willard who Post !.i j i Watches {
have their' recently' returned frets ,Legion- : To_ : Jewelry
honeymoon.
The traditional Key West'II!' r' Meet TonightA {: WILL. BE. .GIVEN AWAY DURING THIS SALE IT IS 'NOT NECESSARY TO MAKE :

"pound party" will be carried I :', : .._. ANY. ..'PURCHASE. 'TQ RECEIVE ONE OF THESE FREE PRIZES / :
out. 1 I regular meeting of Arthur' -=-- -
Arrangements are .under the ;,Sawyer Post N, 28. American!II I : Ir SEE TillS SPACEPOLLOCK'S to.110nnoJr .11(! :
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direction of Mrs. D. B. Sharp Legin. will beheld this evening' '
WMU president, with Mrs. C. D. |t at.the Post Home' on Stock II
Mack. Mrs. Geneva Smith. and Island at 8 'p. m. '
Mrs. Edna ,Albury. Mrs.Leone A group of new members willbe .
Collins has Charge of the pro- !I given the bligation by the Ii \\\\lil/Ji OR: LIT I Y

and M-s. Ramirez Honor.
gram Alice Key West Guard of .t
will handle the flower arrangement I;Commander George Allen War- Ii J.

I t ren states that blInks for. pre- Ewf LfRS
Local pastors their families i i i registration Sor. -National Legion
and fnendSi ate cordially invited i I Convention. Miami, October,
std attend I will be.available.. I :: V

1 : 508 DUYAL STREET KFY WEST, FLA.
Much of Pigs Italy was demolished -i I I| More thM,SS- per cent of all .
War 'It American churches have : :
during World Sunday tt One
but the'' leaning tower was only sehoolwith an estimated enroll :. .," : af Key_ Wef.'Old. !-. .,.frucelersss&a '
slightly damaged. ment of nearly 23 million. .......' ......!.' .......... ........... .. A.... 9...' ..... .................

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By. BETTY' CLARKE .,
AP Newsfcatures Beauty Editor, Information lor'the. Athertieerirnn 'tBATY.d t

YOU wont to keep cool this r -- HKGCUARBLACKFACE sad PAVMEST .... .. -.?
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IF : TYPE Payment fur classified 1dve4 cements -
summer'wear a hat. is invariably in a./ *. belt
Many a vacation of weekendhas Advertisements' under this bead regular advertisers with l dr.r-a-
'will.be Inserted in The Citizen at counts mar have theIr1sdsertLn.
been, .spoiled by headache i the rate of 2e a word-for each In- ments charged. .- -. \
and eyestrain: to sun and": aertion but the minimum chance for PIBLICATIOV URADLISC' *
4.N dir the first la words or lees Is 30c. To insure pcbllcatlon.' copy !....
glare. O. The rate fur blarkfMr isle Is Jc aword be In Tbe Citizen officbefore JII
A batch of smart looking, I and the minimum charge for o'clock in the mornlft of Iht' f. + eye tb. first 15 words is tie. of pnb J catioa.v JJl.sa
,. =f catching head coverings for vif
beach golf course motoring and WtfAH '

... .n'fJ plain every day spectator spots ad"erUalnlf Is accepted under the following condlttctfc: la,lk*
have been dreamed up by "mil Tent of error In advertlcin. transient or contract. The CUir..n win ixirecpoutible
< unlv for the first insertion In Clauifled ari'ln
liners. Beside; being pretty and ; Ul>play ....,...... for only the actual amount of space.edverttd's.occupied' b7JUpart
flatcring, they arc practical and of tile ad\erllseuient where the error occurs. < .' ,
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aa eyes from wind add sun. FOR BENT-CABINS FOR SALE' t J
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You can take your choice ofa i -

fxt number of handsome beach Cabin hot and cold shower. Mealsif Bungalow, small store building

ti hats. On wide-brimined dramatic desired. 209 Ann Street op-, and,.lime grove on .four.'-nlCc
.. ., s rough straw is trimmed '
posite Police Station.
., lots size 50 x 120' each, inroad
with iridescent pearl shells ties jly3-3Lx: section. This
FOR A MOTOR TRIP under the chin-to defy the breezes. PLAYTOPPER Wear j 1 terms. Johnson can be.bougbV'aiieasy & John

Idealor travel is this A four-cornered envelope mulch ?! FOR RENT-APARTMENTS son. Phone : tfr
< !i beret with matching bag of traw it at a tennis or 372jly3. .

dark green silk jersey cloth has been hit :'by the: Ha- baseball game or for alrl'u.ul' I .
waiia'n influence shaggy straw Furnished apartment. 3 rooms White outside paint white :efiamel

hut icilh brimmed eyeslitule. ', trim- afternoon. This. and bath. Maid and janitor! $2.75 per gal.. '5V. Q.D.T.

*v ;moioritog {with service, linc-ns. and utilities Fly-go, 29o per qt. 'Dohe) y. dr;
Scurf keeps it I Fpr a a sun- visor beret in ensign'
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J had i b/iefhas auarf;'virhicIi tics furnished. Summer rates..Cor-1| Co 846 Olivia cor.. Packer,
anchored head trill ,Uir; al Hotel Apartments Phone 1597. -. ll-tf
lit your ,Lcasualty/iriiund,tQ ;nttl shades protect-) opposite t.

coiffure fromb ;.tA.tjalVT'pAstel jlf. r,".beret is hf'1lI11l1,1 eyes jront'i -.i.:.. Post Office. jly2tx 500 'sheets. 84 x 11, whiter'ne'wprint. =
rroeteeaeetss ]adhptab V for active.r_ \peetatorBusy ** '
tt Em m e design ed. and glare ,: Furnished 2. 1-2.room' apartment.Utilities .} 25c. Artman Press, Citizen:

'. r;If- .f. ... ;'-'.-:':;.', ..... .It," furnished. Couple only. Building Phone 51. .> ':'i'* .
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: Furnished- apartment"' hew gas t:; lady's shoe skates,' size,5.1.'BOlivia
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ta __ .hot water. Monthly. J.y-
.. Phone 215. Used. mattress, chairs and :4.
t"\ jl'I.tf.. '16-A, N.A.S.. 'ho,. e..1343-tt."
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Four 'apartments Apply -4lli! _' 'Iy. J c:,..:pOne t3C
William Street jun28-30txt
electric hamburger' rjH'One

FivcrOomfuxnishcd: 'parb latest-type "Cold 'SpQn't'ftJg..
'"' crator, used less then ,
block from.beai-n, 41&
,-421 one United Street: ,,Apply ents.I'I xv'eeks'. Call .9 ). c1xi...
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ItJval.Street jly Stock Island. _:alt.t lf


Furnished one-b dro 'm' apart- Modern two-bedroom' Jarai; ,d
1 home, $5,000 ?owA'"li..ta -
men on Crrnnefl. !strectj Couple
ohly "** $55.Jb! ; "plus; utilities.P4ronc .: ranged. Phone-4087-l. ,t -

1133-R mQrI ngs. .. .j1y12-Bta'
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Y e. i a+rarx Large stake body I Sg.h' itf.! .
f 1 $100.00. 71-2 Pomciaha Place.
: Unfurnished., thrce-roorn apart-! "
'4i aC" ,f t' ti.Yst.a! -nient bath. jli9i
? : with the $36.00 r ,
monthly* 709 Emma St. Cou-I : '
pie and Ainc child ok. Walter One dining rooni"Vuite.Spprt Bgb"s

Becbc, 524 Southard' Phone I Shop. '. '*_*i 7 .t ? t
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i jU.\ 1.\11C DUET N''iflr-briht= :>luulc fro lilt- {%1art Ie.irnctl, ) ifmo.t (' Margaret One feet National conditionBe cash register-$b'a "i fipYt ri

i i lint ..f roughi :)lraw,. ;OrJt) Darlic. (K'V. Rat and bar: fJI..t'II=. Apartment and for Fleming rent corner, upstairs.-:: Shop. _' '. *K lyi3-St

I 1 4 G lriJim..I.with iridescent Ica.rt:iheU*. ,1'0 of slraV{; .cloth for cacli'or"..: Apply' '1314 Eliza, Street. FOX FUR COAT.r \vjtltiany' ''
RED ,
: .t;;"Js. coolie Iirim |ifoi.les- .nrtijilri.. .'. rnliuna. .:,. :>,>. "\*. ,. ,- .-" jly 13-2tx reasonable fef-.BI2 ,tf iL
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L y. .* *' T---r A'T ***:-,: ;.: '. : .. :, #..* ..-- ,' :-l :are* ApattnVent.'tir.rtfld tuU3 inlytto ,. tng' Sfrecj, P1kori :31 1 t;i { :,
.Vi'"Vit:
: ; ;- petS' $30QO'monf: I-r-:. Apply ; .. 'f ..jlti t

: $ plorida Nationalliard .' ) "'Time ; Australia TolIJ i!bj '! (O19Mrglsret' Stmt "
.. 1947.HarIey-Davidson.: ;
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i; f \J." Hits Heat j i! .. For Father i 1 j: Pictures' By Wirl" FOR .RENT, 'AND; =ROOMS APARTMENTS- :I Apply p S-J. 719" Francis-. ,.. ;llyl! Phi.


Pave PEOlilA. 111. Fred- : MELBOURNE> A ;,&do I Bedroom suite, off e'ans gild
Hurriedly
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Strects =
tables. ui
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Fleming
The Stutz Hotel 4 ID Fleming I
erick A: Miller grabbed his di- mile wire-picture circuit is beingset "I
ploma from Bradley Universityand up in Australia in time forth Streethas an efficiency<:y apt.I 1 I stairs. '. :jlyf3. -.2!
'J *VFORT; JACKSON S. C.. July --left the auditorium ina ;! Royal visit next year. Post and several sleeping rooms va "-, t-
'1?' (FNS). Soutlf Carolma's 'He had; received run. Office officials have purchased caht : Low weekly or ; Washing machine. Apply Yates-
just a note
'' Porter I D
Place Apt. t
fizzling July heat-wawve has from his wife Phyllis: that she equipment in England which rates.- mOnthl'j = {
fajltil to wither the concentrated had left,the commencement cere- will make it possible to send 9

of forts of Florida's National monies hurriedly:-to go to a hose pictures between all major cities Efficiency'apartment bedroom and Couples one-1 Furniture for sale. 'No,"r-1JI
Guard units of the 51st Infantry pital: lift-arrived at thtr: hespital 'from Brisbane to Perth. apartment. Street jly4,6tit

Pi\vision, training .hoer.., until just.*in. time to greet Kathleen only. Paul's' Tire Shop.jly 13-61 1 .

Jyly 18.: Ann.the,:,Miller's. :Second. child. S FOR RENT-COTTAGES,- 1 t>47 Johnson Seahorjjv.il >-o..
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:.While the Fort Jackson area::i -- : with t4J .root runabout,' 4.J
u. ipcd the nation in temperature Furnished cottage. Adults onty. Clean' comfortable, airy room condition. $$400.90... W", Plf;
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af02 degrees.. 1.900 Floridians Ttt b Yes$" Radio No pets. Apply 818 OliviaFurnished .; : twin beds. Reasonable Whitehead summer Shack South BeaCh. i f'
fate. 513 St.
alWnt with 4.500 Smith Carolina
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piwVxkmen. have been busily tn='A i"JI ; '. ; opposite Court House.
"NEW'YORK. A" hew radio
set 12-14-16-3tx
g getl in absorbing as much Army with new one-bedroom cottage jly Counter show case. Go6d .i
no vacuum ube&r that playsitiktantIy f
HLc in a fortnight as possible. i near beach. Adult .couple j tiol$7.50.. Phone: '73; "
a Major General Sumter L. Low when turned n. has i only. No pets. The Price Organ WANTED TO RENT iiyii-xt
been'revealed by the Bell Tele-
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ri" Jr. Tampa who is comman- '
ization. Realtors. 411
FlemingSt !
r V Ct''of the 51st Division classi- phone LaboratoriQThe Phone 124. Wanted-Room with use of kitchen Metal dinette

prrri- |tioft for any national bit-; of, intal as pig as match I for young couple and twoyearold Desk baby car seat. Phbnfe
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(J.1er6ncyhat might ari"e. General heads. Furnished girl for one or two months 1036Wjiyt44tz
cottage near commisn -
; Ifowry4tated flatly that the The requires less juice tha { No children from August fifteenth '48. Must ,
sary. or pets. '
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United States must prepare to a flashlight- to run' It, :,; $50.00 per month. Apply 704 -be' dean and neat. Good ref. Stephanotis bougainvillaea,, ; a.

: meet the danger caused bv the White Street. jlyl 2tx'MISCELLANEOUS '! ..erences. Write Mrs. Paul mandas. palms cnato| s,s.ferns
course. n\\y- being pursued .-byRussii Tampa the 211th' Infantry Regiment ; Coover 831 Litchfield, Wichita extlcus. sultanas; hibiscus cactus -

,"' covering most of the $state !j Kansas. jly8-6tx poini-ianas. franai| I s.
*"We intend to take Advantage'and. Headquarters Detachmentfrom begonias. other plants. t 1094

of every rninutb. in every day of .Augustine.. I Washers irons vacuums and GARDEN AND L WNSUPPLIES Southard Street, Phone 1049-J..
t.'n nine," be asserted. "And With ranks recently swollen v tt-f-ttt;
fans repaired. O'Briai.t Phone
\yhcn the tim comes, we intend the'onrush of young mn of drafti 'I 1 -

to be ready' J f age basic Army training being;!' 1164-M. jlyMfj : Modern Insect sprays for trees FOR SALE USED, .,CAR*1Ti

>Flcwida's citi7*>n !soldiers represent given for their benefit, as well j I' and shrubs such as Volck Emo-
the 116th. Field Artillery and, as the more advanced specialized,. i Floor sanding done by experts. nik. copper-hydro redarrowand Model 1940 Ford panel;truck\ Apply
Free estimates
51st Division headquarters from, jobs'which are being taught } given. 'Phone nutritional Perez Bros. Bakery Pl6z5
__ { 163 or can at 701 Caroline Stjlyllf, Hector's spray :
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j for foliage at Key West Garden .,jun30\f
and Lawn Supply Co.. 914

AND SOLDIERS f Caroline Shop. 223 Ann Street, Fleming Street. jly3-3t 1937 Chevrolet convertible coupe;
privately owned. new tires tft
will remain
t open through July
dio, paint. Can be seet'atTony's
N.wsf.owss REFRIGERATION new
An AP oy with increasing stock of .new '
Auto Body shop ,|03
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for
inexpensive cottons slipcovens -
I Holbrook Refrigeration Service Greene Street. J' : *
I and draperies: From'10 ::
to 5 daily except Thursday-ajid domestic and commercial.'Work
** u.s-209ctvluAks to afternoons. guaranteed free estimate on 1942 Oldsmobile. like. new 'factory

I I Saturday jly6-17t I repairs. Call 724-W. paint. Can see at, |Qj

1 -a jly2-6tx Windsor Lane. after- 5 pjrn;.. :;

.. 1 ,Guaranteed radio repairs by expert ins t.
technician. Work called MUSIC STUDIOS
1942 Buick sedan $930.00May; ;
for and delivered. Free csti.I
.Music be seen at 1311 Flagler Ave: '
King Recording and Stu- j
f Radio
t! mates. Victory Service -
R ,i PRANCE 93 CIVILIANS TO x I ..J>34,Duval Street, corner South- dios now located New' Charles jli a-j-

ard, Phprie 344. jly2-6t HoteL Learn to play popular
: | CH1KA 91;CIVTUM4S Tot} music in three short months. 1938 OId.mobiIeconnrtl.

I G BRITAIN t } 1 1::1 Swedish, massage treatments by New, tested and proven method. coupe, new top. Priced' 'for
quick sale. Trailer 40. 'Ft
Modern chord S"Stemnoinusk
Phone 575.
\ 1 CIY1tl ttS701! t' appointment.
back Taylor. jlyl9-8tx
jly4'6t to read. Money .
1 guarantee. Piano instructor, .
!. LOST Gould Curry; piano-accordian 1937 Pontiac, radio and h yg

instructor, Charles Filer. Also new tires, $300.00 A ply

IaYltlst s = t Male Boxer. 5 months old. weighs latest in recording equipment 25-2 Poinciana. jlyl5Stt. -.. .,+-.
50 pounds solid reddishbrowncolor Voice or instrumentation recordings
bobtailed clipped .eais. made in strict privacy. 1939 Nash sedan, looks faiii'us>;

Contact Lt. Knox. phone.Boca Piano accompaniment furnished. : welL $385.0071 PoinsiLsip
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4 Phone 363.' Place .'i1STORAGE j1yt
Studios.
Ch ca. 218 or Seaplane Base I King .
jly1214163txWANTED
251. -jly9'-4tt *-'

A red wallet, lost near La_'Coh- : TO BUTt t ,
cha HoteL Has important 'par: I Red Brick Storage Co.'Fum?w-.
t jt Female Boxer 112-A l or commercial.Phone 'i9IL,
e pers. Write Box 50, Key West t puppy. ;
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1 BENNY'S TROPICAL TRADER WHERE 10 BUY IIW1Wa :;r i% ;, .. rHlS..DlREcroRY-. DIRECT YOU -

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1 Motor Court ..............................-. .*e.*eeieie.e> '%#..e,:mi: : j '...;e...e.t e e ,
718.DUVAL STREET: PHQNE 1000 : : : .J ,
: Simonton St. EIClric W: # ''9f i-; : > .i4. : POOR OLD CRAIG
Ownership 909 -Management :. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS IfJiLO t E f :l J t I i :

e of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty. of .Action Toys for the Children ; We ,Will:Call For tifl.D feii _. '?- 4 ..... 'r-WuI:: .TE'. '.STAtI. .. Service StationJ.
e : SEE. OUR f iy 80 Years'Experience in EIectricd.WJdr-t.-.. :' J' :
1 2 BREAKFAST.Serving 8 10 11 ; :. SHOWING of\ Electrical I Appliances_ :. v \y .fLUXUL. n>. .!.- ':; ::f 14 $ :: H. BRADT. Manager PHONE SIMe ,
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.LUNCHEON. 11:30' to 2 ................ I7 .........._........................ : 211 Duval Sti i' :-.i -II'..tldarpotesr.: Jr...-Prep Francis and Division s..ta
'I' S ..DINNER. S to 8:30 : ...............-.:;:. ::........:... ......-t eeee.*. -L_ELECTRIC TELEPHOiif-Hil H'1 "J '.:.7Q I'UVAL'STREET: t Tires Tultes"- Batteries Auto Arnimorics : ..:

The Best, of Steaks : i HOME SUNDRY STORE ..........._..........._.........> _. _.. ..;..-_...,..1. '':>?.',422'V- SIMONTON' if.' ".'"' !t.STREET' -.i !S..:... ...".You...,.PURE... ..OIL...and....GASOLINE.>........Dealer". .*>.........:
Short Orders-Sandwiches : -. : 1.................... ; ,.e.........: ..a...,; .*,. t': :Meanin i .*> .'J: ee.*...s.......... ... ......................
I At AU HoursTry : .1207. .DIVISION_, != ST. ., NEAR WHITE: : ST. : Gild Pr',,;,, :
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-. : Our Frozen DRINKS, :: : '. "Yoar .PatroJ1a; Iavjted't : Ii RUSSEtti: ; ::1l4Hoi; >1 ...sEUJCJ: : ':: |i' .:: KADIATOR SERVICE :
: TROPICAL .. .. :. .
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{ Open D'aily and Sunday, '':' :. it ." lee t'Cream".ropneUJry Uedicin- FUNERAL '.::..,#_;.....rFre.Pitkup.and.n.u.OI7'.nlee. : :. ; -.-. --NOW AVAILABLE: .

8 AM. to Midnight .: : Sick Roorii.Supplies School.Supplied : n DRY' 4 OD$- ;.: LJnsJoPmN\ :: ': ','..O Rod Cleaning 9 Repairing and FlushingAUTO ;
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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei Toilet Preparations and Article :. HOME : 1106 OLIVINS11ttET-. .. ..'. s: .. ; 'utt1:1YQ11Ih.N;: : : : AND :
:..................O.......s.....................s ..: PHONE'S3- It. -: j.. .. '.1 ; ..de ion1f1.stire'l : : .TONY'S' BODY tt.!:

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: Who Serre Best : SpcclaliingPAINTING ; .. j .. .- 'I ...r........ ... .. ......'............................- ...

i GOMEZ MUMFORD 220 DUVAL and STREET ROSS : WE HAVE NEVER :: : ili'.;: '- ,, ', t. ..: .... ..... ':.....a::.........................J...........
BETRAYED A TRUSTs' :.;'. i. : 1 "' ': : BEAUTY :
i. Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : JpOnteli.: ,. k, i. / .: CAROLYN t
; FURNITURE CO. : WE NEVER WILL :' 1 L SIIOPPE
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-: : 720 DUVAL STREET 'Carrier AirConditionijigfor :. .:.' : y4J .. {' ., ,.: I'jLGPEZof: : ., .: : ,; ,\ Overseas,Hotel 919 Fleming St. II I

; : Juvenile Furniture : Ambulance Service : ., ChttdriWS( : :. 'I' i.. '! C .. f. ,DONALD BARBER :
: Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : x. r' i ir : .. : I
.. : HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE i33 PHONES -: -; Telephone : : } ... !i. ? _We Specialize In

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OPEN TILL 900 P.M. : I'p-(?'' !!J..4. ll I u:c a .,.. Thoroughly: I Experienced f.s
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: Telephone 9127. Duyal J.,1 ... .. : :
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I : PassengerRepresentatives : : pnONE'137..JU: :. ,, e'I;'::J.,; '' ... '! ,

: : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical.: : App itaQlf ti* :: F 'glfNiRf' :: Frances Park. Owner JI0l
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bldgs.. house INSURING. with : I.. ;.;.r R'.ss'iaT;.x" 'i. : Marion'sCAYO uoo Duyal Street ,
OFFICE ; hold and : SOIl:. !0 PER YARD '".-- PEIf:: **&'"r'--4i,. ft. ": .. 4
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FLEMINa STREET : tonal effects. MARL HAULED.. $5.00.for 4 YARDS-J'J; : ;::!
Rear of La Concha Hotel : Save 15% .,on All Policies: Non-Auesublr... ., : : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread. Vwy"lliuoaakl-, S>?. J + .;.f.:t ... B. '- a.. '- ..f Southernmost. House in the U.S.A. f
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GOLF COURSE Ph 1 : or Finestin .
I : 822 Fleming St. R. M. Daniels. Prop. ,, one ? ? : } 1 : -r : \
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'6 ). LINKS I / white'paying for it .... end the S FIRE WIND AUTO -'.1JONfi"S'" ; I.:, ctt. I mtt : AH Licensed ,
:' other and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COY1tlAt ;; .. ". BeauticiansSpecializing
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1 : Have fen! : free infocmation. :..1..,'. "I" I ; .xYA Phase,
,: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB .. : 818 SIMONTON STREET PROJtZ:*! F ; .+' iigzW.iitW1. 14l". : d t 3 n Beauty Culture ,
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: Experience in Watchmaking : .- FOR SALE .
qualifies us to assures : : r Dahl between 9;30 AM. mod 3:30. :
Our Customer Must B* Your Entire House with' ft .
: you accuracy and depend : .. :. Appointments areaccepted:: v
ability in repairs. Satisfied .. : INLAID' LINOLEUM. -:' ; I Sl8. :SOUTHARI- ? J : from public by Senior Students of "., 0 :
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Whether. it is the inex 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 .: 7 I I. .S11tEET' .
I'' : pensive seven jewel ort : TheSouthernmost I
the most costly seventeen OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE ASPHALT TILE t. : p : ti Bus. Sts4ion' !I IV. a :

:' Jewel guaranteed.Infinite care is always I I .......................................................................................... or EXPERTLY INSTALLED ." .' .i f.,r. f" "'; .. .;; .. :. SmQol"i.
If watch is ,I } tlie V of Beauty Culture .
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giving you complete sat. : DRUM BAR and ; ;
t .S isfactien.: why not bring f-,... ,,. I.f I. i 523 Southard Street \
: it in? Our charges are extremely Key West i' 'Ii'I., _
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: : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT ; : There are a number available with over 800 hours
reasonable. of state approved instruction who know the latest .
S DAN YAROLL : 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 .t" f :Pore! -. Allen I : S phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
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: WATCH and JEWELRY : : Town EFloor CoVeringKrrwrsTiiiWfark Co beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Although I
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REPAIRING ., t ; : appointments are not required it is advisable. ,
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Work Don. On Premises : .. .Packaged Goods : 130 DUVAL STREET f: For Appointment Stop at

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ENRICHED' BREAD Why PT.MSre is *=: *) fa-LE3af' i ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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Dinner Matches -1 I I : -.-: -Meer'I 1- .: itt' 1 Fish/atchJS

AMERICAN LEAGUERSWON() i.. 1I -- :- ': : ,

south 'coRR' VlCTJTloha; .-

I 2 AtKWGolfQub ,- ; 'Battling Rita' ?? I NOTICE. %AI ii!* HKRRBr B 5TATIO OlVEM'that. 'i 'Boyl: Years

CQNTESfi : '. the inidetiiISflPd; titMnnff' t engage'

ALL-STAR 5 TO 2 I Eight golf matches will be Ar *ewfr.t.rt* .. '.' .;; -T. ,'. in ".*ofKI iai Or adrr>4-i. Plar-rhe .184,."UUOUIIn.e \\VMlt 1 4. :.B6STON.-Mter. Albert Flem42. -

( I played at the Key West Golf RITA HAYWOJITH.-' 'mi. lm.eft.. Jf Py -Wnti"Florida to,..i 'caught a-' fish, the flsh-
ienda.-U> mid ftetltleuejaame
Yic- Rasrlu Of Now Yorl. *- Club from tomorrow to July- 23i glamor'' !girl'''' cf. films i tI"1t1 i.TfgitHrf lh.. 'Cl"irk of ih* Circuit J.J a ribrtipout.Draught" Albert,
i in the monthly dinner match se- turns fighter in her latest: .picr Court oC Monroe t'oiinly. 'Florida.I .. .

t Yankees Pitches: Am; AII.StalGan.e Box Score : I ". '!ries. lure. "Loves CaimenJT' Miss I I .at *- "ft -1 jh.41: MAhZTCL' 'I .setethk-itim Unable to by release the finger.the fish's' grip

It i Following will be the teams: Haywcrth shawn in .it,full-- I .$uie OnP...I
Slugs His Teammate I P- ". I George Valdez and .Gilmore length photo belowiop\ \ 'in-: 1\e\ f.Jnn14ajlyI't4t54W..: : :.. '( the-boy was rushed to a hospitalwhere

!'; NATJONAL LEAfctlE AMERICAN LEAGUE i Park vs. Humbert Mira. and of her usual glamof paiet.' In3>ejotherthree ; ) 'rol'h'l':I doctors pried the fish
IN TiioI4ei-a3I q '* locoe.
James Mira. I poses. theni! Vefon"ik'a -1 I' ."h ron* HniurtR" .4
To I : rt i \-
VictoryAuoclatrd I! Player.,.. AUP.I1I'OAE. .Player.; ABR.1II'OA. I,,'I Harry Knight and Alton Park Pataky mix ia the,''taeriewithout '1','. ,....0....&'.. I* IM HHTF'_ .;. .

.HY'1.... Frrmm) .; Ashburn (Philadelphia' ), cf ... 4 I 2 I 0 0'" MulUtrDetroit; rf .... ... I O' ,0 0 0 Ci I I versus Kermit Loucks Robert i .regard: ,to 'ring': rules. -f )1IAnuteIi In r c.ntatenf.: ) jg0wiP." '- .-: urlng... \Vorld War II. pilot*

ST. LOUIS. July 14.-Yesterday ." Kiner (Pittsburgh), If i 0 0 I 0 0 dD'iMaggio.iNew York) 1 0 0 0 0 i I j Knowles. !; I I d. .. .. found "the Leaning Tower of .Pi-

the American Leaguers won L i Schoendienst (St. Louis), 2b 4 0 '0 0 1 0 Zarilla (St. Louis);- if .,_- "."...:'2 0 0 Z 0 C II Paul. Mesa and C. E. Smith vs. :' rz'I I sOTIi-u. FltAU'fltkrHAMfeK.Xotir OP 4tipt.ih4.Ttn. '*. FOR. sa a. )useful, guide to Jo'a lon.

the '15th All-Star game from the Rigney '(New York), 2b: ... 0 0 0 2 0 0 Henrich (New York)..IfBoudreau -...:. 3' 0 0 I 0 0 Fred Mathews and Charles Sal- I,, U-herrU Id .11 IA _lt: -' -

Senior Circuit by a score of 5-2. Musial (St. Louis), If-cf 4 .1 2 3 .0 O' :(Cleveland! ). i M _-= -_: 2' 0 0 :2 0 0''J as. 1: .whom...n.:I..it firnwl\ntyrtncr,"air' 'AdmI. that '.'Jeffer.h1tO.'. LEGAL

Vic Rashi. New York twirler Mire-New York), Ib .4 0 1 ... 1 0 Stephens ((Boston),. s. -L_. 2. 0 1 0 0 0, I Bob Saunders and Russell Hyman |. nI the -fta.t at la4Melfie$ JU -

was the star of the day. He i; Slaughter (St. Louis), if 2 0 ,1 2 0 0 Gordon,: (Cleveland),. 2b ,1 2 -. 0 '.0 1 2 0 versus Bill Dunn and Orlando I the Kn>. lIon n.'. trallle'drvrikwvd.Kay-momi, 'has "JiTedwith R. IjtirdCYHiaty I I I :, YOTICK TO inschl'rone '
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pitched three scoreless s'tanzas and i Holmca (Boston). rf . __ ._ 1 0 0 Jl 0 O. Dofrr (Boston-) .. ___- __ ,-_; '20O 0 3 C Roche. ".mI[. ]n aDd for '.MenriM i. tTliR:' =P.ba'sot RT Ari OK.THR Sce fOITf lt.1O)

ended his mound'stay by fanning p Pafko (Chicago). 3b .. -; 2 0 0'0; 0 0 Evers '(Detroit; cf :.- _-' :i. I' 1 0 0 0I Jeff Knight and Zip Kovash''vs. and County.FlnrMa.! hama4attplhirtlon. -hln.: final fhr-Repuri lu>i Jltt ;R. MOMIOK IOiT".
Richard Ashburn of the -. Glynn Archer Faraldo. I FMHIIU4. l\ PflONTi:.
Elliott (Boston). 31J._ ..2 '0 1'0 0 0 ''Keltner (Cleveland) 'Sb n_ -_ --,- 3.; I I 1 6 0 and.Ralph I .1 terMS reP'. a". .i\--Admln.-ta'nr.. 1 l In..1 Kiat at
Phils with the bases loaded. j IIe4 this ijftd day.njt. 4un.,..AIt:
Raschi also contributing a 2- Cooper (New York), c .. .. _. 2 0 0'3 0 0 McQuinn.NewfYork), IbRosar __ .,.. 1 2 14 0 0 James McCardle and Charles 1t45.. ." ...- ? l'crtt'V It. TltniiwTeea't4.. .
4 t"bitade phja _. : j 0 0 1 O' 0 run single that ended a tie game Masi (Boston), c -- -- 0 t 0 0 ( );. :-- ; Lewin vs. Ben Freer and Octav-1 An Admint'lratnr "of the Kntat .of To All Creditorsand tVriwtn
and the hopes of the National Reese (Brooklyn), ss :2 0 0 '2 2 0 T 'bbetts (Breton), :e' I 1. 0 5 1 0 i id Recio. j a"i'WID" r., r.te'wneo. .drvB!'ed. 1 I. Aat.having*"t
Leaguers in the fourth inning.A I Kerr (New York), asj- 2 0 0 1 0 0 Msteiu: n (Washington), p. .'- 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fielden Elbertson and Dr.f I Attorney\\. l'eftflv'tIAflftl'fAr Administrator.JunM.MJJrtl4.lllf' $. .. 'j Toll iHirt each of you are hfretlf"

capacity throng of 34,009 Branca;; (Brooklyn), p .. 1 0 0 0 0 0 eVernon Washington( ), 0,1 0 0 0 0 Kemp vs.: George Carey and !I ; !", .. I notified-laimeand and- rtqlliF't'dto rtrman<)VrhM-h prrrrntany pin

paid a net gate of 93447.07 into aGusiine (Pittsburgh) 1:0 O' 0 0 O.'Ras. I1'; !(New. York), p 1 .0 1 0 1 0Schmitz Walter Vinson. 1 1.It of either oC '-"" ma>' hate a .i''t

the players' pension fund. t (Chicago), p ___ : 0'O: ,0 0 0 0 fWlUiams.. (Boston) -,. 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tony Demeritt and'Jack Sellers I l\. ?0015.HI3COl-it6r1'1ig. MO\MOI; roTI.rdnTt" 4..I..f Prrry of mid II. (Tbotnpwn.'->nitly.t.

Eain (Boston), p -____ __ qO:: 0 0 0 O' gNewhouser.Detroil( ) 0 O' 0 0 0 0 versus 'Hugh Moore and Dr. Kl.tmilli.. )* 'fOJtell"TF.1.: lh .iv>unt.v Judge 4f f llonrix* Cotth

O.O.. 0 0 0 0 Colenian": Philadelphia), 0 0.0 0 1 .0 herman Moore. I I "O"'I't "ITO"f *' $J.. Florida at hM'" office In Ihocourt
bWatkins (Chicago) ( p -u Il UlU! frahatfcAct., ':let"\. 119! l:<.). .houee of wild County *t KeyMert.
How;;; Stand Blackwell (Cincinnati! ), p -, 0O- 0'O.. 0 0 : _"' ""7 ,,f III re:. rxtalf ..f- \ ; FI rW.. Within etKht'raleft.
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They : v J1NNfltcr: : .-nj t4nicCeiice4.. cThorr>ron (New York) 1.0 0 0 0 0 29.5 G 27 4 0 Fish Story .. .' '. trn- pti4llciion of this .riolle.\ .

__ ...:..,-: :- -'- .TOTALSJtp: ,t for MulJin in .4lh. >. I I To Alt Cft41tO !anI' .-1etst- K&rbrlalm ir 4emandball .>e In
Having: Claim *i*,'n.a..d"ga.Jn..t.Sald writing and khall mate the mace
Florida-Inter naHonal TOTALS- 35 :.2' 8 2"I: e-WaIked'for.1astrSon1fl3rd.! .' ,, .\ rraif; : -. of red.nre, ami post office artdrrdi.t .
: Small I Size sc- _.' "QIan" asek' :.Vtn1 'sre-e: atyiiotIHcd 4'oe claimant and t hatli morn .
for Branca in fourih.b 1 Bschi in.6th.. .
Baseball League I a-Struck out : ', : 't6.Wt /Of") _" 'pn4eqvir.4! : .-.-'r"4Qt l w _bthe; clamant bi. agent. ni
Club- WL.Pct- -;.Walked for Saw,.in sixth. ;:', ..*:;: '.: -' 'i .l" Ban"'far': Willlanv'"i in Gilt ..; ear rlabR1' "ltd. tel1.i5ttJl'.tiieh lib attorney, .and any i>(irh claim or
; :t ,. vi .' -' .- ; BOZ IM(... Mont:-\A'-\ = jc"I I: fun $ "Ut..,.. F.o. ia T, .Ma.! d.M.Ifd. not wr filed nhali be void
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Struck for Blackw'tllScore in ninih: or. A > .
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Havana c : .. |1Al:
C2 .639 I ; ; ? .s.ln 1W -epwe. CS .JIiIe. ASMn K- HAWfRIi: .
Tampa 57 38 .600 I -, ''.; '. .'' ', _' 'f.-- .'' R.: lyas gag:Mrs. Leroy:. : -Str-ict.1 I flroni' 0e4.e'ij -:saie.;. 'erflOunir '-1'& 1 r-Att Admiatiarator! of tk. K$ta.r..of
by innings 'f ii _
: } .:: : j tereda< 3 12. ounce fiSh --p- i tQMe.r.iiesJ'ut1gc. 'of ; -C"-.. Thorn......... cI..4.jun
Lakeland 50 46 .521 I I Nationals ? '. : .". ._, .... -.{--,- .-4-- ,1---. -I, -: *.-."... 200..000 000.- Bozeman .Kiwanis Club's t, __________ 5J4inOr"i.ii, .. F3OtWh: a. bin, nrPt :.;jti'i.I4.n .
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Miami Beach 50 48 .510 .. .. : L _. 300.-00xj,5 .a sMe c It l .l>oO"f.nt eaIdCouC5.
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Americans --i ; i:_, 9H __ _
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? -: I II derby. -The"nearminnow wohj at ,
St. Petersburg 48 47 .505 I I I .3pr'. "' tI notid" i) THK rntrtiT.rniRT of TUB'

West Palm Beach 44 54 .449 I I Eriors: None; runs batted in: Musial 2, .Evers -udripiuRaschi: lj\DiMaggio;: .i homj.runs: Mu-jf Li J.i her eight pounds 6f butter and, -X II trAJR.n"p.hf. !.itht,t\mi; -91bcr.iitlehdar. nor.
Miami 41 54 .432 Everr; stolen bases: Ashburn V mon.'fUllin..McQ. iniI-.i.pcrif; c .hit: .CQeman! ; ,left on. bases: Na- a wool' blanket beca se other .t-:_ j llcatton 'ot, .:.tmi."'Botlc*:-i.:*oh rlalth. hJ"10'110..: nJl''T\' '; .I'

Fort Lauderdale 33 G3 .344 tionals 10, Americans 8; ba5es od balls:' off MstsonJSlaughter t ), ()tf Raschie 1 (Waitkus), off Col?. women hadthOught' their .catches i __ _____ or Shall nHftataat,..tML".tVC;:>:ba4|'.W.Ja'elaee'r writtnx.r\tnrr and -If.-- 1rius. .. '
: :: H-4SS
too' small
man 2 (Mwial..Rigmy; : ), off Bnmc3 :) (Keltner."Vf1'n; Mi1rmeffSchmitzJTebtsat. ) Black:' to enter and .Mrs.Kerr's .n<:i poMf': oftfra( .; adtt.ns' "of th ACTIOTO' JI IKT TITI.K
well 3 (Williams.. Henrich. Tebbttts); strikeout3.by"Bfanca>3': (MuUin.tIenrich2)r'by'; ) Sam in 3 (Stephens was the only. entry -in the :' eIalMehtae. l ', ew.'ris ',* b: 'MAiv tonii; MlTAJIXS.rainUff..
Major Baseball Leagues ; distaff div on. 1 : lti," rl.fm bt. 11.I. ,&*f'0'0 vrf bl. 'iL* .- : .
D err, Evens), by Blackwcll' 1 (Tcbbetbby) Alas-tersolT: 1 1 Reese.}, by Raschi (OusLint'l.fllsial.} lamer.and _dr **tob'I lalM l rtf-d- ; V*.
AMERICANClub Coleman .* T : .! :. ",n and n....-.>.. filed "K>I ll47>td.tNJ J',{' .)rRRL.\N" KHVK. IXC., a -
Ashburn), by 3 (Mize. Ksrr Thomson). ? v .
: '
W. L. Pet nm1llrwitp9urnnnnmmuin3miumilInnhte! / I 1 ) 'al'tf""fltr".A. ttAn "MP.II'dluc.' dlM>olved Florida rorfM.rvt ton;
.. 'f's""utrts,1' She -'I.ak& Will stott. all narlie* 'rlaiming!: interertt
Cleveland 45 28 .616 Filching SummaryMasterson -, What's Doing TeaIamenit": ''Jennie ','-\ntin. ''1,1" through, Hnrtrr *.r .*?*int..

Philadelphia 48 32 .600 -2 runs 5 hits in 3 innings; 'S tin\itz. ij'rurK' ,: Kits In:1/3';Jrining:; : ]I Hrown drrca'ML raid $ummerUnd Key, ln<-. aHiwlvpd

New York 44 32 .579 Raschi-0 runs 3 hits in 3'innings; .:Sain-rd? rUris; Ohits'i. in_1.2/3 Innings;;. at the I JUI -I.'j4 "1.tI.'r: :,: r par lie*, having corporation or ,.1.lmln/lr'B; and-alt

Boston __ 39 35 .527 Coleman-0 runs 0 hits i In 3 i ipningsBtsckeIt0'; ruth.,2iitj. : in'3 ihnihgs.Branca I ARMED .SERVICES IV THE ......\ .;-rD A",. ;'" :r..:: have' anr"risht. title' or IntrreMifl
Detroit .* ** i', ... .. I F.I.KVH ;JftJirlAi .TUrl the following dewrio* 39 37 .513 '.TM ITf
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2 1 hit in 3 ?
innings : : lattdK ,
runs ; Y.M.CLA.\ .. is Aik htotnoi-'ioit* in .3lonro fr>un y. Fl
Washington 3-1 42 .447 Wild pitch: Masterson; winning pitcher: bsc-hi;:' l i g .- 'til i: :Schiti timpir f FI.OklU.Ik. tiAciRt.-. \ : rlda ......H; LoIn, II and 9. in
St. Louis 23 45 .384 I : ;. s: Brry (AY} Jackson Square Whitehead I f.I "sosi'44'. ertion_ Zit: !>.t" |I. i 4. :.. toSectIOn
Chicago 23 49! ..319NATIONAL ",f plate: Stewart (NL) lb. Paparella (AL). '2b. ?ltetdon-NL.3b.icSt: 4an nniiCeardoxi (NL) plate and Southard Streets ARI.KNRi -::-' '.'IIAYI3R: :. ali: l.#Ms ; and H, !Hwtloirl: ; oin J and 3 tuS
Paparella (AL) lb Stewart (NL) 21J. -AL)3h'Iasthaif.ofjatn!. time"of. game.2.21-.: attendance thllmmIPwuwliwtLhlilthmi1lI10flnmwWu.1 i :" -'l'Jallttlii. .loI..tkon.'z4 S <: aJ) in To..ni hiD> .t.
3-1.000. "r' j ( limit; <_f: nan .. 2< Hilat; >H
FRAN F: MAt : .
: .ft\ .
Club- W. L. Pet. ." f. "-- .' Wednesday --1r:1 :: :, .h"'_!J'Ddaftr. 4. t Lot I Ib section i. Townrkip
Boston 46 31 .597 _____ 04.. ." I 1:00 P.M. >onrn* TO 'APPKAH. Iii South, of Dante 25, .JIllt.
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: -Fishing Naval -
Pittsburgh 39 35 .527 .. .< Party, : TO: FlU,;.... It-MAYKR. .: 1..cla..I.. .-
1 Hospital Patients. Joint Program t 7 1e, fleadpigRoed,' -k ,%OTlrn TOPpiAK '
St. Louis 39 36 .520 VX-1 Beats .' ; YMCA. NCCS. I bo>ela..... '- ". IN\ THK N.\AIK lip Tin .RTATK:
New York ___ 36 37 .493 Hospital; : 1 'CincinnatiOhio.. -Os'. 554)fliDi: .
Recreation 8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole
'J City Country Par- Tor AlliS HKRIBT (CPT1'1Efi TO. ; Jl IT .U.\t..: U 1.A X Ifc 'KKTS: '
BrooklynCincinnati 35 37 .486 3' ty featuring Square Dane-: that Ih*. iqtirf.--ARUKNK: 2.tt- I ..IX(rv.a. .ii-w Vr.l Fl.rtda
37 40 .431 ingfVVkginiaReels.. ":P. has 'flle JBttr fttd"milptaint( corpora I ion'; all partlea'-
Philadelphia .._ 36 42 .462 Dair 10:15; Annuljmfht! -a *,lnrt"rou -In tb* claiming intereyis. t,y.
.n -- Bob's Bests -1 I .. Program f: ; P. M--Weiner Roast on the above anthiad *B: .. ln.h CUrvU through or under itaidHummerlanil
Chicago 33 43 .434 ._ Patio-Grille. Court ..t'tbe; Kfqttnth :Judl -;Ul Circuit .. Key tn<-.. a
K In. land flM'nmWN'o"tI, ,,, : dixrolred' Florida rorporatlotf : -
: : Thursday i | Florida& -kkkh1 Mllks.1J'1I an.' ; -and All part lea haVifir
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Softball Leagues SIHIKT SHOP SCORESSIX : SOFTBALL 'r 8.DOP.M.: --Dance. John Pritch You ,will, will'.you ii ,irfulmtnt- ofs.. parpnrti marriage 'ac claiming to, here anjrlrtit
;>lard and His Orchestra. I|Ihetseciot'an4. lI.ra.d In Which .. lie'. or I InterrrtIn
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class -A- ; : Bayview, Park; Nigh ? -. ... _. ron |ir& named cc t.fendant. '; the following describedHaiwi
RUNS IN LAST' I{ A t t ,Friday yas,4te h ret> b it .: I '"', jM nroe ,. tVttntx.T : .
y. rvifaired
Club- W. L. Pet. .Fleitas,. ll :Q ; .THURSDAY. -:\ ; 'f -, 0n P.M,-Bridge. Pinochle and your w/ilttn: appcanthrv.ajiswrr l-K-clda in-wit; ...*.. ,a and .
Bob'e- Sport Shop 20 1 .952 FirsJ Game-Naval Hospital Mo'iies. 1.or other pleadi1t herein vrlth !: in. Jieliou : VPW' INNING ; NELSON ALLOWS .j ( the ('1..1'* '01'..i Vvr 1Ir.. on oJI"'-|..- ; la Section 5 5; l>rt* 7 fend
10 II .476 Men's\ I vVV' Raptor's Men's Shop. Saturday fore, thejat daji of 'AufUHt- Other- lii Seliwo 23 |>HK S and =.t.
Adams Dairy 7 14 .333 j Sliop t .Second Game--1 Bob's r Sport 8P0; P. M-MoVies. I'wi"I | e -nIT.gailWn" '''/' asia Hill: Ia-cithIn,2ia'li' in T wn-hlp I .
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SubRon 4 5 16 .238 ;FOUR HITS -i :SubRon4.. of romplajht f''< Ana'utm! will. "II, m,nh of flange :a r: iM;
???! IO J5 P.M.-J eke Box Dancing onthe'patio. the takrrt an et..f*..rd by yov.I aiw' Ixit, l' In Kerl' inn I. Town-
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Clue "Boo I Two exciting games- of softball Class 'B"1 ULY 10t ; /i I DoltS 'at Ky "V"f t, Monrnn" chip\ Club- W. 1. Pet. ,I}t : ; tSt.G Me.V1Flers 'ys..rEIk&Chib County.. i.hert4itbta' 'th- day r.fJune. ;pFant1' .
were played last night, at .. Sunday I 1'43. ". .'. F".h.f }'">u In hereby BotUlfUthat .
Elks Club 12 7 .632,. _. !\ .. ':" 9:45: A.Ml:-JavaClub discus- : i a..*uit ha been ln" riyled In
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Kantor's Men'.3 Shop II 9 .550 I IVXI ;|the park. VXI won: over the hospital Fleitas; K ntor's' ,,' ;i ]i J e 6 qaine-VPW-Adams: sion Group. I 14Sf-'u.J'; Roan r*..' awyep 1' the Cireutt. Court of the eleventhJodlrtaP
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performer, .is leading .of ('Ittuitf'nsirtjs'ssd& fircuU nf FiorliU. in an 1
Flyers 10 9 .526 in the last frame /.Dairy.:: :
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I ,and the .* 11:00: A. M.-"Oo, id CinjRCh I roe .Mohrop. 4ojinty .- for.* ijcmro, <* .Chancery
Naval Hospital 6.14 .300 Bob's Sport. Shop ,won over the .. 'B" Softball.'tdtle: 'hii to I Ia 3ULY 194-V-: %, ,. : Parties. I nJOd'- | Ftorenrp: .Jt Sawyer. 1.Vn. U-4.J hy un'lr: \ IH Blfc
mark ;. .. 'IUncllSS."a.: plalntiW, v,. Sl'MJ-
jf ; .'
Adams Dairy after* hard t : j "Fhyt.Game Bob's Sport Shop 3:00: P. M.-Classical Hour I .putt. elkati.iNlifys, IXC. diM
.uiiimwiiiiuininuiwwuinmiw1unnwuhIInnwieN.C.C.S. a fight. Five< other'.ply: & L selections 1junsOj'ju) ::7.1.-2,1. .UI.,.; 1 a >olKlorkla >
:'ls'YFW. od Ion all
parllvMmlnir
In the last frame of Fleitas i.: announced. ''j rpora. ;
buttheyVbav
broke :
they
,
imerentK "l Through
r or
{; Second j6am'eiy, -'l vs. TCan- 3:00: P, Fellowship Hour on I, "lh I ,..'.
&tmtLitj'r
loose and scored six to bat .half tn; thus _1T"H' oriIns.iI.etirsI ...noting aid :ftummerland'! Key. J"
runs. to win ort Men's rSHop. > ,..II'uln.u.. .
; the-Patio. Community Sing -.A-"' "_ __ .rltJ..T.op a dbiKiTe4 Florida -
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by a one-sided 4 j fore id.not' take the \ r ii.oitibtares."- w.isitoi::rand all pariien hating 7't.i: .
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t : r
score. |JULY201. / !
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ing. Beatrice T-K:
Moreno .
"' ? at the ,
1021 Duval Street chances 'Fleitaaf" 11c? I '. ,
| Was f ; THA'i! : .- )1 "O'T'. I'-4Ia4ERi 4 io have any rlabt. till or tntereiitIn
In the first game, the scor 'i tak'in'going wi :| //First "GameAdims. ,Dairy vs. Piano.10:00P.M.. : f..... 'a, I45IIitz 1% the Allowing de.rrlhd Ian4 In
DEFENSE FORCES I see-sawed back 1 bB n4.. -. } : .-Coffee Hour.G. .n., iKs'%. '1 .\\o'nroe'hunty.. finrlda. t..-lc. :
and forth until Of the* 50 'chances' : .!}htfltirt/ .1..... (. lld- S, In Srftkm 2C; Lola f,
PROGRAMUllllnnnnUUUCdD'GIIIlIllIIIIIDIIIIUl the last inning with one out, the Fleitas. he hh')B .s M { Sf bnd ;Game-rNaval Hospital tS. 0; meetings Girls' Ser I : I 2. .,.i in Xi-r lon ]*; .LoIn T and >I
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\! lllllllUlln,. ed 16 .4. xV t : s.:vs.; Elks..Club-!- vice Organization), every 2nd 1tr.nflT'.: ? I1.: cstATe. KT.. In / runs. t'
Flyers won the game:- ,The first ; ; ; arid 4th "III fLAlR fftAIX.x. 241 all -Townnhlp'tS, SoOth
JULy.22-
; Monday. .
The averages which- ; .t-rn <;OBIJ;? .iNIr.L p. ?: of Range. :S .:.",: and IxH I In
WEDNESDAY run was scored by the Flyers games upto. FrFday. t .I First. .,Game ubRon 4 vs.I Game, -Room: Chinese 'Check. f i I1TilIlt,: IlKR IBII1 AI Section I, Town.hip .7, South vf

1:00: Ping P.AL 11:00: P.M.-Billiards, in i the third frame on a homer released rby. : Official' S< ,, V.F.W .' ers chess cards ping-pong pool, I I hand, *.|Defendants> aU quiet Range.-In;. -to Ha the.i. above defendant devcrihed. Jo

Pong Writing Room by Harner to deep l left. .Pedro: AgvJilar follow Second'GameKantor's: ; Men's writing desks, library current text property. Kach of you i* of-
Shqwers. In the fourth inning the Hospital I,'I Player v* AB:' .:.Sbo vs.-. Elks _Club. magazines, various table gamesAte. ,; I Tills EcrAT}j .QitrLlR1bA4;) derexl.and.. required: to file hi* ao-

12:30: P.M. Hospital Patients'Fishing boys tied the count when Parks, 'KMS.14,12, I.112a-.. ; TO; ."lunt.u. f'..:!! 5iuio::. :r. i..ara-' ra) '.e AIr on wrHl"T before n defence July 2(1fb.In
Party joint program Zimmerman walked and two CrandalL. VXrl h'U ',1 1 FirtvCame-Bob.'s: Sport Shop Showers tennis, rackets, got .cI.IRC1t.Al. .' I: Ja4! *. A decre .pro confe*m will
NCCS YMCA and Red Cross. clubs, fishing hues I ANStU attn'i'' ;:'; Axr .xs.; ,, I b. .iitered'afralRt each Br.nn or
;: i'-J4. .yi. Adams 'Dairy-. : ; cameras,
singles' EC _$ .
put him over the plate. J i Dion. : .
1:00 P.M. I Ir4UJ..;, I iu: .bphnJid. I party who failto file lila I.TarAn" -
: -Navy Wives' Pi. "Sic. In their half of the fourth Ar- 'R. CmI.i. 'EC.J5: .M\ ; ; Second Cam -Naval. Hospitel checking ..setvice film service II the" repc..tIrew4e. .'or -II...-, .ntrUI.n defense a* ordered

al Fitness Class. r nngton doubled,- a- sacrifice"and Moore, NIt :_ ...;:;!.]$. j= lbrSYX.l.. -. mailing and ,wrapping packages I. l.'*,a4dt..O.i.M iHl* n f itd'J1rt..PI. CtaJr.; :; :, '- U..-. and.....hll.ha.'required.. _.......This.. _notice aak ,ahatf... ,.._h....
2:00 P.M.\ -Navy Wives Club. I a single Flejtas. KMS 1,50 )j JbL1 26- -., receiving messages, phone.booths, .. If hT. ,. ; : ':' ', THK' )
put him over the rub'. : --':'== ::';;' :.M."--0 are eltb,y'an (I.% r uvarried. ,00a.outl.e Keok In, CET
6:30 : I
: P.M.-Boxing Class. Arington:. VX.1 ...4Z' : :.FrstG.aznNaatHespitaI5vs I stamps railway expreSs service whoag i.tis: .ori CtJevtau W&' it'1T3Z.C.'f. a new"|>aper req-
9:00: P.M.-Dance, Three Sharps, ber.In available to SERVICE PERSONNEL DOWL..V.ronikaa. WhippedBIRTHDYS. na.. a ltd a4y' ,crlnUonof ul.rljr\ .pnhIiirhi4' in f'.t. ,
L. the seventh,: Fallen walked Ricks. -N1t i'.M.- ._:K n1ora fe4'r.t: $ho.. : -a .; t whom-*' te, plaintiff an. Monroe (:ainnty. "JnnCa.
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Orchestra. f.and Belson hit.one over the E. Sweeting, KMS. .3T_ I ,S vi: 4 t-. Game -SubRon. 4 vs.Bob'Spott'Shop known,* ff the Aforeaald. per- la-if-g AKr ORPKUKtt at 1110ourthuac.
THURSDAY center al1ar.'I: Lesteigh Davis-Director. 'iODA rs ; "nnlt rif'..themare 1iv* ( Key WVt, YlotidE I ,
or ally
Pazo ,ECi L f ee( : :
.J: :
fielder's
head< : t ; .
for '
.. 2 U4&
a homer .7"'I I' : IDle June "b.
2:00: .M.-8eaplane Base Pool f Gerald Pinder-Program Director. .Ing. and if dead (ti' hi uft.known
KMS.33 'U :: : "
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putting the Orderlies ahead of Meador. : JtJLX.27.- ,iXtow.Am.icii't) : S ; helfiwi 7V leg1'a Ho** c. lawyer
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Navy Wives. the game. I F.'L str s. KMS :lit,4 : First jGame--VXil- 'vs.. ElksCIiibJ tec* ; graatee*and :.TO'all .. LMerk of the CircuIt Cbart nf

9:00: AM. 5:00: P.M.\. -Sewing Then came the Flyers turn at ] Henke, NH '- ... :_:62' : '. l l Lillian Wea Secretary. :.IL _S." Senatof Artfiuf Cappee f>eranii. .JnaYlfl the or 'claiming. Mnroe Florence foanty.e:. FHorldaBy KawyerItppiuy
Machine. Typewriter Writ Grosberp. VV-1 .u29: 8 I Doreen Cruz Information of. Kansas born 'G K"l ettt Kansas. any Interest lie lollowifli.diiwilb.d Clerk
bat. The first batter. Whitehurst ; Second Game:-Adams. Dairy: land; --rrvrnmeot Lot iII .
ing. Room. Showers. singled Homer hit Kelly: KMS' J Kfi 16 'v :VF.W.. Desk; Aide. 3.years.]ago. : :, II of Section. tovernfneBt Lo. 1 J08KI ISU-lngpaham ff OTTtl. BandingUiamV
a double and ( to S lnclolT Itt Revtlon i. and.
FRIDAY Sutton pied out to right. White- Rodriguez; ECZ54"; .9 : &t* .T _-*' i *LjpNIOR J 9hn.'F. sonnett 'AssistantAti i U..rnm.nt Li1L X of -iiecton I. all klo'ida
2:00 P. L-Softball for Navy hurst scored. Cussons Henriquez..'EC" .59'i3. SOFTBALL TODAY'S tornsy .General i in, charge.of the I I In Townvhin .. Rnuth' of Range 52Cast. Attorney 34 for th. Plaint Iff.Jon. .
hit to' ; Jul Tr14-2l.lt49
one '
Wives at Bayview Park. Anti-Triist Division -horn .at t and (lovirbntent of Section<< $ .
l left ANNIVERSARIES .
center for f ..
2:00 a single, scoring Bayricw.Park. Afternoon t U. Tvwnahlp ei, south! of
P.M.-Prenatal Class De. Homer with the winning sixth. .Ad mj hit .fo t and Thf ogga .Neck.. Nr; Yl, '38'years. Rantre! *1. eart. -ajl lyiag and bEing I 1 tt mm. a g a'. a a a I
run. Morning '
.
:
of Health Instructor. ) (Know America) I ,
partment ago. t In i Uonmfci Fbtntf.; Florida -ex.Ireptlng
Tynes allowed 10 hits and the-first for one run Dailplay... Jg I therefrom Oovtrnnaent Ixt StRONG AHM BRAIfD COfTCS
; Henson four. At bat. Henke hit : A single and a homer- ; .... 1750-Matthew Lyon Vermont Robert S. -n.- Earned'col! -I 4 of .4wtU> ; C and alt that part of TRIUMPH

9:00: A.M. 5:00: P.M.-Sewing a double i iii his only time at co gave them their n I I pioneer. Revolutionary soldier,. umnist and" author born .atLa'. -|f( >verf>meat,Lot 9 .t Merllon : IiiTownship '
-.TErIs ( .Sdath ofRang 33Ea COFFEE :
Machine Writ : :
Typewriter
urbulent Ken- tonia: Ky.. 43
bat. ,Horner Demanis hit two runs, and. their last I congressman years ago .f. Irlnr went of a II De. drawn
ing Room. Showers. safely and Cussons hit three to came in the, sixth on a- : ; :I I Bayrtttr* .Park Afternoon I, ucky pioneer and congressman Ernest K. Lindley, Washing I at tight angle ti .tbe -renter 1111.of 1MUL
SATURDAY and Right < born in. Ireland. Died 1 ton editor of NewswaekJtlaga < what wan formerly-* right of ,
l lead the Flyers' batters. walk and a single. 't { August, ,
I : I I war of fler45 ,.aMt Coast1iailway
2:00: PM.-Boxing Training. j I Daily play. 1822. : r" I. __.
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In the field. Bostic. Ricks. Falin. The Dairy boy tine,. president of OvertaasW: point on aald renter
1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. -Dressing .. Martin and Shadley played- doubles and one' homer.. I : I 1782 Jesse D. Elliott a noted: tees, borji in Richmond. Indiana, line .U.' Dt JO* /ect in an easterly t 1'': Grocer -
.
Rooms Showers for Bathers.i I great for the losers and Demon-:. Bob's in 'the seventh' I :SKATING naval officer of the first half of I 1 49,'years. "ago.. directIon the westerly from nbvre tha lntrrcctton line of aaldUovernmeqt pf .'w. g :. I z I .

:i SUNDAY I I i is. DeRose Whitehurst were the hits one ;a* double, to:' Bat+... Park.. Night the .last century born at lagers 1 irene Du&he: actress born' in 3 with Mid 'center. tine
10:00 AIM.\. I Florida- ,
: -Communion Break town of tb East Cnat Railway
Md. Died in 44
FRIDAY-- Philadelphia Louisville! Kyv ; I
.best for the winners. runs. years ago. which railway ha* nubeqaent to
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fast. Whitehat Club, U.S. Na-j Score: ILILE. At bat Casado hit : 7OGto 9:00: P.M. Dee 10. 1843. I Anna el1a, actress;, born 36 *ePtenber.1,3s., been abandoned
val Base (2nd Sunday). I Hospital _.... 1811-Clara Fisher;"noted"ac- yeaTsf'ago. -1- andr.g.ed a-tdj the lot embrace BROADWAYCIGAR
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1:00 000 100 2-3 4 0 ly and the rest of :Ithe -- -- In raid .right of way x>ld or; aer....
: PM. Picnic Swimming. Flyers -- __ __.__ 001 100 2-4 10 0 got one each''except BASIBAUJ)4iuikhi.si tress and singer-of her.generation :!Albert B. ("J! ppy") Chandler, to be MU to' onie public authority

Pool Wiener Roast (sign up ((1[ out when winning run scored: ) did not get-an/. Stadium. Afternoon born in England. Died at commissviTleT or *1haseball-. ex- for-tJUghway parpom.- whose

Information in advance). F. Tynes and. Fallon; Nelson In the field.. Aceveda;. SUNDAY-: Metuchen' N. J.. November. 12., Keptu y U. .S. sepafor{ born atC places ( tjastdense...; .nknowa.Tod If husk are toplaUtlfJCj. STORE

services housing. and Demans.Home i Castro and Barber'. :. 1898. f ry4ori. Ky.. 50 'years ago. _-
city To be'anhoun ed. a:> each hereby ordered and j J 610 Duval Street
maps. runs: Nelson Horner:,b st. For1-the losers, Ai 1831-Amanda M. Douglas, 'Paul; i S.-MbWre, rnoted 3MrIC&I.
Religious literature library two-base: hits: Demarus 2.Arring- three v S ely, -Sands and t .Afternoon.. popular juvenile and >novelist born.' 'rnoorningtoii.Ill. the Above Carted: coort and rcaM I" ,

telephones stamps, wrapping and ton Cussons Henke; struck out two, and in the field. L born in New York." Died July 18,I I l' 61 ya ars; ago. of...4ettbn-- .th" tti'day: ofi.ug-<. ;' COMPLETEJSASEBALL
mailing packages, railway express by Henson 10. by Tynes 3: bases Crux and Blanco were' To.be.: announced. 19l6.- -- f ':John W. Root of Chicago, eminent u Tbe iCts.'natcre' of the foregoIng' .

service laundry pick-up- on balls: off Henson 3, off Tynes I Iti I IZ Score: > : 1660-rOwen. Wister famed I "architect: born there;" 61years ran,. of action U 'to-ha.e 'declared' '
available to all defense forces sacrifice hit: Demanis*. time of novelist .. the title the 1at..tlfC-< to aald I..ct.'
and
ago.-
Bob's 600 081) 6 f Disappearing Act author born in to ittlet title tht 4o- she
and their families. game: 1.15; umpires: Griffen andftllareaL Adams .. .100 202 f>.,.;. ]i Philadelphia; Died July 22 1938.j: Dr. Edward WeidleirC; dire- tiff and for fojunctkxi. ..... .aW&1-1 SCORESPOPULAR
MRS. E. S. COUGHUN. : Edwin B tor of i Institute. -I frenl acsertiag ..oy till orrUtm. .
Hancock and Walker I: Mick Leon .1866 ,. Frost eminent, fsburgh'sMell: to aaldlantt. .. .
Executive .FLINT
Secretary.) and"F. Sands. j f 'M n. blind astronomer.Director of the I .- famed cbemical engineer, IHJ.VK AXD' T>nr>EtJCD ia KCy
MISS. HILDA CASTILLO. In the second game the Sport 1 Home run; Bhincwr *, T .,a pufgician, was* in a mesa Yerkes Obesrvatory born in born at Augusta, Kansas,". 61 WeU. Florida' ; ibis Joiy '11.. l 4tSJ BRANDS of,

5ef' tarr. Shop boys scored six runs in hits:' Santana Sands .. of'ttoubl Tpcenlly.: Brattleboro.. Died May 14 years ago/ ( ) Clerk: : of.Ro the.*above.C Sawyeras .s--' .

the first enough to win the Crut: struck out:. by !I While" making. rabbits disap 1935. crlbed I or* named cowrt Cigars' and Cold

The Leaning Tower of Pisa. i game; on one hit. three errors and by t VHlareal 2; ba-3e on. pear Jon .the!'stage Of a theater Many citieens ef.Pisa Italy. By. :K...MeCa....."ee.k... Sawyer. p. C.Reo. .

built as..a bell tower is used .t wo walks. Ca .ado hit two singles ,Villareal;;. off Hancock'1; y ...made: $$1,000 belonging The leaning Tower of Pisa.be- niake'ftMiving modeling;vminiature lu lit :. .. : I

rarely "for its original purpose, I ; in thfss. framed; Bob's did not game: 1.10; 'umpiref-',; Mandrake .and- a compahion, gan to sink when'it had, risen'' -". .copies of. t1eir.fainous Coral Oahtsn furPlalItItf.. Florida'* Soft Drinks :

lest vibrations increase its tilt. i let; any more hit until the'and GriffU1"SC9I'U_ 'backst ie. J I only 40 of IU 179 feet. LeaingTower ,foil souvenirs.;/: Attorney : jvn.u.1.uUU. ,...

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WEDNESDAY JULY 14, 1948 THE-KEYiWEST, ; ., ,CITIZEN. PAGE SEVEN
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I THUR3IOND, LANEY SPEAKING AT PROTEST MEETING f, f ::.r II'I'' .v d... I .lIIIIII ..,.. .lI.I.I.I ..

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By TCP. GEORGE: SMATHERS 'c -'>'; : ,
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The largest government building I s x< .
in Washington proper is lo- h..> a t f S
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cated down Constitution Avenue r S :
on 11 '1 'ter '" 'S aj F )
l between 14th and 15th Sts,
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and it houses an agency which kY -.,: ..
has within! its scope the most -t ). "
varied functions imaginable. The .
Departmen: o: Commerce seemsat :
first glance to have been a .
soil ot caicn-all tor ail the: was ?' S /,:, i : ,hl
and ends of governmental activity ,
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which would not fit into the -"
oiner departments. the uuitcs '
of a Commerce employee may ba : :'
i to compile data on shuts in udej :
and ocean currents, if he works I .
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with the Coast and Geodetic '"
Survey; or he may: check thermometers -
to see that they meas- -
ure up to the requirements .f : I
the Bureau of Standards.* The CAI* Wirepbnt} !
Department of Commerce takes GOV. J. STROM THURMOND (left) and GOT. B .n Laney (right) of Arkansas address a protest I
the census keeps an eye on bus- meeting of southern Democrats in Philadelphia. Thurmond' proposal that southern Democrats '
iness trends, register patents and pick candidate cf their own to oppose President Truman brought rebel yells on the floor. GOT. I
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raises Most fish.of my contact with that -Laney presided.... .. as chairman.i- --..- '-' "
Department thus far has beenin SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS IN PROTEST AGAINST TRUMAN A- \
matters pertaining to the Civil .
Aeronautics$ Administrationand 'r ..- .
the Weather Bureau, two of ,
its main subdivisions. John Ali-
son of Gainesviiie, now Assistant
Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautic -
-.* has been'a close friend: ,' ,
of mine for many years. He was YGIP. S .
very helpful in working out the
details of the transfer of the .
huge warehouses and other facilities .'. '.
at MIAD which we were ,. .
recently able to obtain for the '. ...I' l
Dawe Cotinty Port Authority.The t 1' '
Civil Aeronautics: Adimins- .,.: : "I''S'S Q
tration has grown rapidly in im-
portance, and its functions have a ', ',: ,
become essential to the general .
welfare as aviation has increased -
in favor as a means of trans
portation. The CAA, I might add American printer writer patriot
has aUocated $450,000 for im. ,
provements at the Miami Inter
national Airport during the current "
fiscal year. This means for diplomat and physicist
the airport an improvement pro- : ,. .
gran} totalling almost a million : x
dollars, for the CAA funds will "
lie matched by Port Authority l '
funds. I ;:WtreppiiioiHERE'S I ,
The agency of the Departmentof | A GENERAL VIEW of'the meeting of southern Democrats in Philadelphia lo'fight i ::the!j" ,I .- .' ,
Commerce which is of most nomination of President Truman'.for Dother term. Rebel yells greeted a proposal-that' :th, '. :"
vital concern to the people of I southern delegates to the Deraoc/atie national convention: pick their own presidential' candidate/..
South Florida however, is the At left is GOT. Laney of Arkansas, presiding. T 't_ v ; ; '
Weather ularly true Bureau.at the This beginning is partic-of jI j------I LAWRENCE_ -\ pftRATH'AT OPENING: OF:CONVENTIONc-- X. -V-,T i A :MASTER, in-many; ? fields 1'part? t, its proud heritage. From ,


the interest hurricane an in obsession weather season by reports, mid-Sep and bur becomes 1 | Benjamin* Franklin. served Jjis Jijs small Philadelphia print- ,$


tember.course, maintains The Weather offices Bureau in all of 4, '5 T4 & early 1 apprenticeship) a s a ing shop to the giant modern |

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the major cities throughout then

V untry"in all trnd of issues them, as daily it does bulletins in I printerAFI6[ he became the ::''* plants of today, skilled crafts- ,|

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the City Office in Miami. These
weather bulletins are invaluable -I editor and j publisher Iris > ; men have continually striven
to farmers fishermen. dairy t ; : ,
men, citrus growers shipping '
who own : :: : for and perfecI I
want concerns to and know those whether of -us we I II 'I newspaper. improvement *

should plan or promise to play golf to take this the afternoon -I s- To 'Franklin, American puh- tion in ,the technicalart of I

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children to a movie. II I :

the The Department most vital of service Commerce which I .f.,.' ;4 lishing and printing owes, in' printing.

renders to Miamians, however, is I
probably that provided by the n : .
Hurricane Warning Center. This :
Center is a special operation of I C f hr .'t'\ .-' ..
the Weather Bureau performedin ", '.'. !
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with the Air "' ;'
conjunction 0.' ,141
Force Weather Units. The Hur- I pM ,:. : .
ricane Warning Center was -:: '..' ,- :. -: ; : f
brought to Miami during the II + + + : : ; J(
war when headquarters for the I tAlI I ;' t( .
Seventh Naval District and the -; S
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Gulf sea frontier.. were located ---- u {,-.P:;}"i .p rl : '

here.As will I DAVID LAWRENCE: (left), mayorof Pittsburgh, ,opens the pemocratic. national conveg4OgtIiiPhiladelphia : : .
undoubtedly remember -
you and then passes! the"gaT: el Senator J. Howard McGrata (right) of 'Rhode' land 1
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we were in great dan-
I temporary convention chairman. '-This. :'scene is et the first session_ .Monday.. :
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ger of losing the Warning Cen- __ : j \ ___
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ter last year. When the Navy 't, q. more years spared I
headquarters were moved from Swiss Welcomed] ,
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Miami to Jacksonville, there
were many who thought the Overseas no effort tq produce 'only the highest quality printing. Each
t Center Brazilians: Traiispbrtatijta
Hurricane Warning By ,
should also be moved back up ;; :: 1 small receives the, full benefit of
experiencein
I there. It was only after I had RIO DE JANEIRO-( ?)-A', Inc. job, large or: long I
held discussions with Company
frequent 1! ?L
plan to bring three thousand
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Dr. Richelderfer, Chief of the the trade. i.
Swiss fanners to Brazil is being ;
ly Weather testified Bureau at a hearing and had held final-by I carried out by Brazilian Immigration .;i t ,.Fast, Dependable Freight and Expre'SQy /;" -,,'" : I
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officials.' These immigrants ;j i. betw..n'- :: *: .. ." ." .
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the Weather Bureau, that we >i-. -' -..,,-' .' '- -
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were able to convince Dr. Reich- mountainous State of Minas Ge- MIAland\ KEY WEST; '
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elderfer that the Hurricane rais. They had previously asked jl)I !II I\
Warning Center should remainin to go to the southeast State of Also Serving ALL POINT$ ON FLORIDA KEYS .
Miami where it is nearest the Parana climate is 1 Between Miami and West .'' I
where the Key
spawning grounds pf hurricanesand cold. The initiative to bring the :I II With THE 'ARTMAN\ PRESS your personal l and your business:
can operate most efficient- immigrants came from the i I .. '.t ,. 0
Jy. Young Men's Christian Association Express Schedule: ,

Chamber Since >,that of Commerce time the has Miami donea of BraziL It' LEAVES(No KEY Stops WEST En Route-DAILY) (EXCEPT \-' printing requirements will be handled EXPERTLY. SWIFTLY

splendid job in arranging' for: I I SUNDAYS) at fcOO P.M. Ar. ..
office space for the City 'Office Salt is used for scores of(I j I riTes at Miami at 12:03 o'clock Mid- ECONOMICALLY.\
of the 'Weather Bureau and the things, including making plas-I,!! night. I ., ,. ". a aI.
tics, ,
Hurricane nylon yarns dyes drugs '
Warning Center -
i personneL LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT ;
synthetic rubber and photo- u h:
Dr, Reichelderfer assur- ,. _
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I SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight : .
ed me a few days ago that they graphic materials. and arrives at Key West at .. -" ." .. -,, .. -
are happily situated and ready 6:00 o'clock A.M. .. ;.'..;" ..:... ;_ ;''t 4'...,.:. ." ;-"t."-' .-""-"' ">w.t.; _I" \ ......_... r.,;' ...' : ,.- '- ,.
for the hurricanes which'they .,, ..- T.
Local Schedules y J' .' \-"" I} '. f ,. ,
hope will.not ; :
come. : *
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R (Stops At All Intermediate Points) :'. : !Ii
......................A** $PEED) SURE LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT ,. "
SUNDAYS) at t00 o'clock )., ;
BICYCLESwRepaired REUEFFORACIPINDIGESTIONC A. M. and arrives at MUml *4 4:00 t I. ThEMfrM1 = Press
t o'clock P. M. ''' a
LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT ;
and
i Rented SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and "
Also in Stock-NEW- arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock .
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BICYCLES TRICYCLES ,

WAGONS SCOOTERS FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE- i
CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51
arid SKATES GARDNER'S PHARMACY FULL CARGO INSURANCE ; '. I
Overseas Cycle Store MAIN OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE! Cor. Eaiea fc Fraud tta, t \: "
1114 Division St, at Varela PHONES: 92 AND S3 '
820 Division St. Phone 160Ie.e.e.1..1l1111l..1111 .'hon 177 ]Free Delivery I.ii
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_- U.. s:.' 'JEIVLAN&. 'IIEADING- :. {FOR. '.TROUBLED, -GERMANY \ Chiejis. Bunnies J,, ::1 I!"movementThe' government- isI

I mobilizing XPOO,000 youths this

Too Late I \ : year under .thiS organizaiion for
111 l South \ i work on; national reconstruction

1.5h 1.5 b t projects. ,The youths, 16 to 21,

To Classify] .5 NEW YORK-W)--One of lib ( ) i ( Poland"I) also receive- 16' hours milltary-

training Monthly.i .
largest shipments of furred-and- : .. .
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By RUSSELL KAY feathered life ever flown to La- t; .
tin America was completed recently .t Sixteen of 'the'highest peaks in
by the Peruvian Intel national -. : i the Appalachian* lower over 6-
CANT BUY HALF OF A Airways. l 000 ,feet.
GRAPEFRUIT .I The cargo included -3.000())() baby -, ,,--- .
.A few weeks ago I took a tripacross chicks from New Hampshire

the stats driving through destined for Havana 200 golden CORNER

mile after mile of beautiful grove finches and 100 doves from Amsterdam .
country where trec-j were still Holla-d, also bound I } i {Near Scars
laden with oranges and grape for Havana, and ,six Angora : to Mob Us.
fruit and the ground under them rabbits from Maine for L-iiruv t[ About Our
was blanketed with drops. 'j- F z A? M f:< Peru. An airline official said the' : ;
At Fort Pierce in the heart of s" tft chicks would be raLed for resale SALE ;

the Indian River country, I tried Ito i --c ... and that the finches and : nil G '.' T.Til
r't ; A ; !
buy a half of a grapefruit for'breakfast i %'y w''' e,3tb" ,r!'t3 ; +F' 1 *YRvY:( ? doves were for Soulh American #FEW
They didn't have any. I I r collectors and zoological,: Jar :: \ : : '.1' .NO V'. 3.00

tens.! The rabbits, shipped to a', \ : : ..
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Peruvian breeder, arrived in
Lima approximately 24.' hours :: / u ii.. S2.2, O..W..81.75..

AF 'Vrll"nol"J :after leaving New York. ., ;! .SHOESAlwar .On.Hud
THESE TWO F.80 SHOOTING STARJET'PL NES..part of, a group of 15. start down the runway I. :
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at Selfridge. Mich en route'to' troubled Germany. in .the Army Air Force's first j jet-pro- : : -

} r pelled tran. .At1anlic flight All .re..fully armed. ". i Indian( Student '1:1 S : -
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I Follows Tulor '
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t Siamese May\ :! LEADING. REVOLT 'AGAINST TRUMAN{ I : Xu.u can depend, PiwtF

., CARBONDALE, III. :: our t're.scnytiovi'pt"
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iI iI When Balaji Mundkur son of a ntent lo 'I use lontg'tfte'' :
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Go Off ., :' :
Bombay :
# India
Sunday I' r' I I, came to. the United city States. official! rarest, piitktVjra/ieM; ) '..ofIngredient's

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3 y I earn his doctor's degree, he had i -
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W -t l' The 24-year-old Indian"

BANGKOK (Jf'> Sundays I 1.x r al tI scientsist used his prize Seth 1a : :
te'K may soon go by the board tri Foundation scholarship to \vqrl Called For
W Siam. The Siamese Cabinet. i YJiT eS. I I I I under Dr. Carl! C, Lindegr 1 _
Council is considering a switchto then on the staff of >Washington
the Buddhist calendar, which University, St. Louis. Missouri; :
w. y celebrates as religious holidaysthe j I| Last New .Year's day Dri' Lire; l: ;: :

j beginning and the end .of I degren moved to Carbondale..U S 11 .
RUSSELL KAY the waxing and waning. stagesof ,linois. He is directing sOuth.eti! -

.. .Intelligent Job Needed t the moon., 1 Illinois University's pew btoloij '
The Buddhist system, adhcr.ing ical science research laboratory : NER' S'
I I Mundkur moved here Jun eq
.I asked the manager of the to the country's religious 'in- .
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place "how come" I couldn't buy t traditions ,is used now in many Dr. Lindegren has attain ,

even a half a grapefruit fortbreakfast. ,schools and offices in "the pro- 4 A world-wide recognition for til A .C. .-.' 3,
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.* lie shrugged his vinces. Onc'argument for. its of- genetics studies. The young sci:

shapely shoulders and didn't look t ficial adoption is that govern- J. entists is doing research in 'thi. : STORE

l Half as sorry a i he said he was, ment office workers and schoolchildren genetics of micro-organisms. : '
explaining that the fruit at tliiisI I would be able to attend SZ ____ Although Southern Illinoi; : : PH'O'NE' 177

tine of year wasn't; any good. special services and observe University does not offer thi: : *. .
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Jut out of curiosity I stopped( Buddhist rites.Children. doctor's degree. Mundkud wil f

in at a number of other eating ,I 'r I .r win his scholastic honor. Ik wil: I .
if of them had' be permitted to submit his stud
places! to sec any I --
fresh:; citrus fruit None had.I ) In Bars: 1 here toward his degreewhid t q,I' .... .,. ....P,1.
Some said it was ton much trouble. '. will be conferred by Washingtoi .' .1 ('II :' :
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.,to fix, others verified the llavc Video] e University. _,....
:sjajtcnicnt; { made by the first chap I Parly' .
-the fruit was no good. < **' Long before construction wa
Driving along the highway I : IIICAG0A'1_ -.A' 'ido zi''"t ichil!(. finished, the Leaning Tower o jI fi' I B

topped.at a fruitstand offering I'drenv'each} carrying-! : *, -.balhoon, ; Pisa I developed its listFLAVOROFTHEMQN1 [ When idi'gl New Home or

both oranges and grapefruit by I trooped into' a" west. sideXsaldon.,, I .
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the bag. I bought a bag of each They climbedup"* oli/;'$(ools'' and: .. '
and cut and sampled the fruit It ord'eretl:pbp: They atf>( rpooil, ha*.., !*'. ;"". '.;vV->v-.-*--;". >> 'J )...J .
was.delicious. I I bitucs 'as ed: "WhatJgoes: ?'* The .. ... .. t. ..... ,J..: tAP \vireuhwlGEpHClA I- '
.-\Since' then. I have stopped at bartender ,explained...Th (:!!}Jady I'. ';AND MISSISSIPPI' ;DELEGATIONS to the Demo- : RenovatingYourt PresentCNSIDER- Home

restaurants: in a number of was giving a birthday,party for .tic:nationalxo'hentionpin: Philadelphia meel.there in,zeTolt. 1)'f i ,
towns all in the citrus belt and her son. She. wanted to treat the against nominating .,resident Truman for another term. Top:
on only two occasions was I abte I guests to a television;show. She The'Georgia.delegates go.Into huddle., Left to right: Judge

to find anything but the canned wai-I. didn't have 8'set :Th'e tavern 'T...Hiclts Tort.ofC' !JuoibwiwjJ.' :Robert .Elliott of Columbus and. I 1 S

juice.tress recommended In one instance tomato juice did. So he made arrangements ..James' PeUti.of,*<4h4be5ler J c chairman of the Georgia Demos 1: h ,
to bring the youngsters- for
-over crane > :Misissiopi dltoat, in
when I said I'd rather have freshcitrus 20 minutes. '* ; exe'uijsetca! mtttee.! .Bottoms, ..
than canned. ;: eaa ., Lf 11, $jri i&ht. aea1ed:Senator r James Eastland J. Knox
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And growers all over the state The American Legation.in Af-- ." *rtough"sf ite f hair niait.: :\and :-coy.n l 'Wright Standing I
holding meeting to try and left to'rig htiV;Sena tot:.JohriS tennis'and Walter Sillers speaker
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are jghahistan,: has been raised to : : : llt TheIiii&tlaiibn '
see what can be done We are about: in the the g Embassy status. ', ; ) .of th.e'state,House\:Q1., Representatives.Orr t 1 1 \\.r of'A 30-- Gallon* ;

itrul'industry.: -' _.. t ( ,
Florida Citrus '-' '" ----t. ---:--' --- '''""T -- -
of organizing a
midst < ange or grapefruit juice and
which it. is hoped will they back in the neighborhood,
Mutual same
look at you like you were as nut-1 Has,Cat's i .'
folvc.Olir problems and maybe ty a sa fruit cake. wagging his tail as lively .a s: i .
Mf witl. but if you ask'me we"he ever. The bullet wound healedand l 11 ;
.dto' dor helluva big, sales A guy might expect to find I the dog showed no ill effects 1i IBR
a
: fruit hard to get at some point far "Nine' Lives" i \ rI1 i U''EATER
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V ..Wl'J, Floridians operating eat-
\ is but it : I
jrrown. certainly oughtto '
JUg"tahlthment.i << .. tell a custom- WALSENiIUW?,: Colo.fliPoligiiian ,- I .
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he available everywhere" .. .
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herein .
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iJrXwhrtasks for fresh citrus fruitrial ddV" Barros ,,\vas:! l .:..' -oS. ,? Jty ,1' A i... .. .. y :
Florida. I '
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"too much :: ;.....: !... : jI .- f'1.. 't
it's '"no eood" or .
: cajtedi'toget- 'r;; .l. ; 't
We hove cantaloupes from the ; 'a. mongrel 1 'l 1'. z-,;" i t<:' 'i' t. .
to fix" and suggests to- SHADE : > -' 1n',:' .
4roubl2 Carolinas watermelons 'from tlMhE.beep.i cnildrbnV.te i. 4f- J
Vnalo juice instead, itsounds j bothering : ;...1. ,.; : 0' t,
')powerfully sillv to a guy who hai Georgia apples from Virginia,. tOOk' the, dog t'l' theedge' ,. ELECTRIC RANGE '
Honey-dews :rom California but 111K: MILT' Kro; >'OMH'\l. 3. b IprSvSijf v l f An ?;
been giving through ,grove: coun- have to quarrel with the waitressand I of town.shot him through .t\n :%\TIVlUtCOOLG 1 1i ;
try all day and has seen tons of risk being thrown out of the the head, and I.eft. him for dead.: K:\0\V:\! 1f i I .

ground fruit on or the has trees followed and truckload on the joint grapefruit when'we in Florida.ask for And a half then a I I A few days:'later. the dog. was SIITT I.KXTI.KSS l lT SlTAtll IIKATIN.. Kirs: : UK-ft.- f i I -: ii.tt Art i ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR"tf'hith '

truckload of citrus fruit on l\IOS THAT I; A I>1.\ T K r
after
we pick up a paper and read UIGIIT TIIRUlHill:, BVKliVWIN'1M ;
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the way to some packinghouse.I (\\- AM III..n NOT t
about the terrible of the
plight
realize that in some areas CORRAL KHADIiL: UN THK UUTtiIOwurrw /'til A Premium Rale is Offered
that have suffered for lack of rain poor citrus grower and how i in''I CASA, .! ( Special II
a considerable quantity of fruit K the world is he going to find a ..812 DUVAL5ST1EET\ c e e e p "t.,: Ly-" he CITY KL&TKU: si'STEM That Will Ii
market for his fruit
poor grade, that some' has sprouted guy want to page Mortimer It make Sn?rd a: "Good f.American Coffee" I (i r.Uii Money and Assure futi '" II
is but in spiteof TinJALOUSIES 1J :
dry.
and
some and offer him the job of Citrus;. EUROPEAN antI .. ,.
that there are millions of boxes ;:- Czar or something.As I AMERICAN CUISINE Adi......... e......I...:5-I.-i..... .1 : ; off Wales'
of fine edible fruit availablein I see it all the organizing, MITMIKIVK.MrtlA. : : \ I! ;. : fZii(itiAui ipt Sri il.f! 111 f ... .
the state and it is a pity that : English Boiled Dinner .1illC f <
folks who want it and are willingto meeting in the world, conferring isn't, going and arguin to help, 1 Yank Pot Roast) e ('001.":"'!HIIITTKIIPltOUI.I.K" AWMMiOTItllM I I.. ....,... ..........,..cill.W
pay for it can'Tget. it at a cafeor the situation Nor will all th,,: Ilome-Made. flesserts' .S r.>TII,ITION: fa'ARII.. restaurant I'at advertising do any good until I OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. to 2 P.M. I.bG11T 1'ONTHOI I ,-" -> .... .4J. ;- :
Another complaint while m I and S P.M. to 12 M. : :.,
somebody gets busy and does an I SHAI'K" KNTIKtrVINlM>\\* M : 4
it h that even in the heiehl: intelligent job of distributing andmerchandising. t We Are SmaJJ-5ul What Food r from Heat and Olare of Sun'alabs. ..- .. ....
of the season many of our catint! I AII I OUT MUHT and : .e-- .. '
insist on serving culls and I (HX l.lN t BHKKZB. 41\"t: "
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and want 'I" .
of oualitv : .
fruit poorest 1 VISION. :. ...o{ : '
use to 25c a half for it while tht i : : -.tEGULAR SPECIAL. ;....' ., t

poor grower' is bepsing: !'Ornehody Eyes J JdhnM-keiief I ,:.It. D., Leases11i4 I : .. .j. *.''-'', .. :\ RESIDENTIAL PREMIUM .. '; :. .
to take oualily fruit rff th Examined: Dupl'eatedGlasses I KWH.' "' :. .. '* RATE A-I -.. RATE A-2 SAVtna '

tree at 15c a'field crate. It jus1don't 8 DIVISION STREET 1 100 .' ... t -t-, ..S S.OO .t ..00 Mia.: i :' -'' -, '$4.
make sense. Prescriptions .
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Million of folks throuehou I FUled 100 _' : *-M' .00 Mia. .2.00. I
Fitted
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Next Gardner's
( to Pharmacy) '
these United States would b: .300 :-:. ;> lLLr.'. 10.00) 7.50 2.50
,rating! Florida oranges and grapefruit 1RViEW 1pg'L.: ..: : : >: JI.75 3.00 2.75sots
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Eye-sight not neglect :
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for breakfast: if they ( them .' i- 1X50 IOJO n: 3.00 -

'get them and they want then fo Have fitted with examined glasses periodically to prevent scientifically headaches txntcocf atoa'a f $00 1:. '1-. __:1,.,,--:, .._.. _u' IUS ,. 1ZX10 _. = :-....-..,' ..;-< US;
and, have the moneto nay r: II 700; 17.00 13.$0 s.$
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eyestrain'OFFICE -
them but unfortunatelY. :1.11.75.: 154)014)0) : 'r' 3.75 .
have never, been able to fieur HOURS*" 3OOAJi: :. io' 12:09 b.' '2:00. .t <.sOO P.M. .,i00 1- :" .._" c. 'ao.sO. lUG. -,;' .:' '4.00 :
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out an intelligent system of din .and BY APPOrNTMEKT ?f-\ I $091.000'. :- i-.u.r. t"2U ; e 'f.:/; ) .-' ," : 4.25
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and restaurant of the cojntravailable : .; :;.:\ : ; .: ; : ? .
for folks who want i ilWo t. Clearview Advantages '. _. .
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can stop at any hot do; THREE: HOTELS IN MIAMI\ % at POPULAR fRI ES'eclj9.t'bfl U'.U.. _.....prwo.. .....- .: '. .: J .. ..:-'.: IL;-, ( .(,& -r'.., -"Ii'_-'""\ .: (" i.. ,... _. .-' ..-"...-.......-:.r. .
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Stand or'waride: : joint in an prf .1. Im.tRed.t.14. ':>.( .
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plate 'in the Union. screarCocaCola" i ( f.QI/ the City) I./a. e.a7'ere.._...... f... BUY ir' IN THE FAMOUS -: : "t._ : :' .
and the man wi li I..4cwlth .......... t ': '
RATES ( WRITE WIBE .p. arrI..rd. !
come a-runnin' But iust wal k REASONABLE. ROO'IS" ,oi.ftES13lVATIONS or I.t'r1.v-.. I.c Ilaad_I..erra._.. ..rr.w TA.rl.der. SEALTIST PINT PACKAGE I "F r' D etails. ; .Inquire: at : .1-

into the //averaec> !! estwWishmer 1 ... .
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and ask for a glass of fresh o: with. BATH and, TELEPHONE i.1 wi......... .....tnoat.... ...d.ere. & tkUf.: ar .!. : t ', : "t. :
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i"ord Ii era lln g Miller' F.H.A. Terms AND JERSEY '

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lINORMS\ / j Hotel Holel.-: :I -KEY WEST'YENETIAN II I

'j' (0 NX. :3rd St. 221 N.E. let AT*. :22$ .'E. 1st AY*. BLI1'DC011P .
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