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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 15, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOL. LXIX.-A o. 168._ KEY WEST. FLORIDA, THURSDAY;. JULY 15,' 1948 PRICE FIVE CENTS

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TRUMAN .;BARKLEY ;i tHEAD' 'DEMOC&aS! I




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i Truman Gets 947 l-2 1 Votes Sen.
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Truman and Barklcy Democratic:' Nominees.


British Sailor Shot Russell, Of Georgia, 263;




John West- As TwOs A I McNutt, One-Half Vote

By y TRUMAN: DELIVERS'FIGIIT1i1G. SPEECH; : OF ACCKPTAJNCK -

: ; ALL OF AIISSISSII'itl'S DELEGATION

'ti, r Po. are + ? AND SOME OF ALA KAMA'S LEAVE CONVENTION .


Men Flee In Eaton :: ,''! : : 1.. v' .. ,07 Tae Aas.etaId Puns/: :

J. PHILADELPHIA. July 15-Harry S. Truman! w.s nominatedfor

.. president at the Democratic atlcnal.corienti 2 this
,..c .. 'ib a e k' ar q >?re early
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SEAMEN\ ALLEGEDLY TA IPEUUWITH WESTSAlflOMOUILE ;'f t r x morning .and shortly before Z'Z-b'clock .he began to make his speechof

\ acceptance '

EARLY. TODAY; f a9cs"a! : a vmax ; It was a fighting ....ech. in'which he took the Republicans to
IELU'J 1 IA
OTHER
SAILOR d task far.several matters cf national importance::! that'.hey'had failed

r to attend to during the cessions of the eightieth It alsoa
British sailor-who was one of two ;cameo-allegedly tomper- | ::5'i congress. was
drJ j speech cf confidence. in wuch he uxiared that the Democratic
ing,with, a'n automobile'standing .in an_ Eaton.street :eway. was Ir
party will be successful at the polls next November.At .
shot at 3 a.m. today by a householder as the men ran from the j \

scene. I 4 : ___ ;: the conclusion of hkj spcccru the President went to'his I-
The British sailor was,identified as Walter Jones. He is in I began his trip back to Washington where he arrived shortly
after.: 5 ajn.
U.. S. Naval Hospital and is said to be "reing quietly: No statemcnt I ; k. :
x Senator Alben W.' Barkley of Kentucky was nominated
as to his ccndltion: : could be obtained. j II' for vice president: without opposition.

The householder. John West the captain of a charter boat told : T The session:: carried'over till early hours of this morning 1 bcc-m>o

police'that; h-: fired a warning,shot after the men: and failed lo themto I i-/ : y of the fight Southern Democrat-; had made on ,,'e: Cal; Rights pin; !:
stop, and then .fired another shot when the men continued to .a .in the Democratic platform, or, as,they preferred to call it, the Lick:

'JIll:.-un. iL.. a of a State's Rights plank.
Police did not arrest West, but .:: -':;''' ; Even though Senator Richard Bl: Russell, of Georgia v aa
HarkleyMuy I\ arc holding the other British I HARRY S. TR MAN s. brought before inc. convention for the nomination it was a fn '
ALIEN
I 1 seamen. Later is'is planned to 8ARKLEY gone conclusion before nominating speeches were mad, that Truman ..
Offset 'Tr""ltl1l't turn him over t [>the county. No A 19111 DEMOCRATIC TI.CKET'of Pi'e jclcn"frnn art ('left) for uiolhcr term nl Senator Alben 'W. would be the nominee, lIe received 847 2 votes Russell, 2G.J{ ,

Unpopularity; charge'the sailor.has been placed' against Had.I.'y or Kentucky<< : (rirlt.fO u.J n'.' s'ict' pri.iilenev. ,'tl'n eIio'&tt earl.; this ntoniiit at i, Democratic : and Paul The McNutt Mississippi, half delegation a vote. walked out of the convention

itu il.'cOlnenliOl in "U.u'r-J' ,hjJ. llarkley.. '7'ur.uht cuznenttou ke tiotej' adell the ronvcn.
Patrolman Rcne-Railc answeredthe 11 n < ; ; lir i itiun' htll. because cf the strong Civil Rights program and was fol-
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call as it arrived at Folic;: ', 'fiat! L ...-alh'.o. axedllleil&! a glitl8! y, night-it'.213..mil1"l tlenlollatrationfollowcil, ( the 1II0IlJl"fC.! lowed by 13 of the 25 delegates from Alabama. A speaker"tor

headquarters and went to West'shome. iiinil'of his!!! vice i)irsiilential; raniiary.! || ) r I the Mississippi delegation laid :* rump conrcnlion will beheld
SCO Ea.ton.St. West then _
in their
told 'he* had-, s, ;en.'the, : ,men 'tam 1 .---- --'. ... ""(---' c--: ----*. -- -!*---'- yr- .. i. .. ....- -"- -- -- .:..... --- --- -- .- WB ticket Birmingham. .Ala. on Saturday nominate' .

pering with out -of his'the car house and with thent '( :: '. -'" ...'.. I i, ., However:Senator JRusschitatcd,Today that ho''will taklii w>p;',.t

"> t ;-l his t jpcd.?:'telor( tmrrand::- 'tr."Y." **ft 'FullerWarren 'E' 't.
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The men Law West approaching = > j to be used for the presidential nomination. He added that he hi '.
and immediately left t.Ie') made his fight, und hJcf'Jost, and.ti.al he was not going to ally him
i F driveway and fled down the : Died This \ j; self with irregulars -
"+M t Early Mi'iiiiigIn
? F2 street. West called once to the Speak Ttin'igbr'.J InPark : (The White HUUJC announced '''today that the. Democratic party:

men to halt and then when they I will establish its main headquarters in New.; Vvik City for the c-a.'i:,
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.i ti.as didn't, fired a warning shot and Walter Reid l paign to be waged for the presidency' It was raid also: that Pre .1-
followed with another. : Hospital dent Truman will campaign in most of the states, and probably v. ill
West told Raiale he did not Oir Mi School .Ji '. -
'- -. make a few speeches: in .the South.)
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know the whether men.- Raiale he had took hit eitherof Westto : I HAD ,BEEN ILL 10KUJIIAL. .. 'RS.. ". : ..i! (Governor Dewey, in Albany, announced, that the Republic; n

-the Navy Section Base. are 'of physicians, he I lived 10 will open their main headquarters Washington probably calve
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SCHEDULED) ARRIVE : ANNOUNCED"FfH
They learned from a Marine .. years longer' day next week. It was said that Dewey was concerned over the
guard at the gate that two Brit- '11will.. be. buried cxprssions of overconfidence made by many Republican: leaders andaUo.
AT'SiSO: () I'.M. LOCAlL: Three' icd r rIll JIU1tiDAY'LiV'AIu4 on Monday, "
b sailors had j just entered the' ; 'Arr '-., .' iii.Arlington 'cemetery. ,Sunday thc'rank,and file of the party..) < *,
base and that one of them had MANAGERS WILL IJIv I GlON' : 'L7M: II E EiIY his otly' wilL: 00' placed on..the (The President called a special session t/f congress to convene
.AC';: :__: been shot. 'C afc Theft 1 'rotunda' "iri. the Capitol Buildingand on July 26. It is presumed that among the ,natters'he will bi ing
ALBEN W. BARKLEY They learned that the other] I HOSTS J I (07 .Tae A..talil Pre... will remain there' till Mon- to the attention of congress are the inflationary, prices and the 1 k; <:&

.%!' \.... ........ ': man who identified himself as. 'i Ttirpc men,Have't :be arrested: WASHINGTON, July'15.-'Cciy,: dar:a" Io'clock.The public will. t.f,a satisfactory building program.)
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ALBEN W* BARKLEY of Edward Oslone, and who is a Fuller Warrtri, wh 'wJll. be the ? f. oral. John J. Perching.-.- 67.jdicd ;bc dtriittcdtopaysthabierfrom: : The Democratic National Committee Is meeting here today .
SEN. member of the of IIMS ttie'sheriffs'offie! reported ,todayfor D Sunday and from 9a.m.
p.nC
was rat d a Democratic -, crew t Democratic candidate for ;ovc -: early this: morning .in _the'Walter: 3')0. with Chairman Harold McGrath: presiding to discuss e
Battleaxe. .one of two British I complioiy 'in iiie' bud:] ry to'l pjn. on Monday.* i -
vice presidential possibility I I Navy, vessels temporarily on t nor, will arrive in Key West in a of Waterfront. Cafe' ; Qrinnellstreet. Reid Hospital here Announcement John Joseph Pershing devoted'' preliminary steps for the campaign Ih. Democrats will conduct
before the national conven- duty in the Key West,area was I private airplane at about 3:30 of his death. was made by -lifetime to war and lived to: see .'
tion because: of his campaigning then in the guardhouse. today for his: speaking engagement the White House shortly after the .that, his years of crusading for : McGrath:: 'said that the Democratic party will conduct u .ig
ability, long legislative experience Raiale immediately placed the p.m. Kirk wood Bethel confessed. return of President Truman at 5a.fn national preparedness had been. orous campaign in which the people of the ,country would be t.ld
Park at 8
and popularity among va- man under arrest and took him at Bayvicw the burglary'and implicatedthree I ..' from the- Democratic national j ; of tn.failures" .of the Republicans, who had control of wngrcto
liou-i factions of the party.It to headquarters. West was then I p.m. \% other men. Two of the'oth- convention in Philadelphia The General of .the Armies,enact legislation that is essential to the welfare of the country lie
is believed that as a running questioned by Police Lt. Ray At- Warren is scheduled to delivera ers have J+gen arrested but i (Continued, on Page Foilr) JAltenliori J spoke particularly about the continuing rise in the cost of living
for President Truman he welL Lt. Atwell teamed that .V"Cf |Dep/Y Sheriff Moreno I
mate t speech at noon<< today at Naples. ; *. General Pershing had I been illsinco
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Wallace. he
said was not at liberty
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I Later he will take off for Key 19W. He was stricken then
release their names. I Elks!
THEY MEET AT DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
with rheumatismcwhich.affected.
West accompanied by Frank S. A fourth man. who alsoras ,;
. FLOR1DIANS AT THE.. CONVENTION h! arL weeks
h and. for several
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Landon, who_ v
Wright and Jim involved believed to' have left SPECIAL DANCE
i 1|thereafter it a ppeared.t be on theI -
the'city. 1
Warren's
served as campaign point of death but,' under the .
manager; in the recent primaries. I FRIDAY. Julv 16,
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r. I The airplane will be met byi, I 'a| 9:00 P.M.

!Warren's local campaign managers SHEETROCK Palace] Theater IN HONOR OF
including County Judge VISITING COUNTY JUDGES
Raymond R. Lord County.Tax -at- I CHIPS RAFFERTY and'
I :Your Attendance Requested I IJ
Assessor Claude A. Gondolfo, JOHN N. HAYWARD s
I County Solicitor Allen B. Clearc, STRUNK. LUMBER YARD I "...IIE OVERLANDERS"News : ('lidrlcs -DotrskV
I I I Jr. and Enrique Esquinaldo. TELEPHONE SIS I Serial J
and
Orchestra
Ii I Warren and his aides will :'ba 1

,[escorted to La Concha Hotel I Regular Dance Saturday Nite It. I
I.I i[ where they will remain until tomorrow ,....,.....__. t;...... I. ....!II. t. -I IlBR'ADY'SI

i when they leave on an- TWINS GARAGE! S1wcialSltulnler

.I I other leg: of their .state-wide .,... .-r..I,. !II............ Ieaier" Rales
1 1i [ tour. There will be.a police escort : iiaw it.*., a .
'sAi.L1941; BD
at the field to accompany FOB i r
1! them to the hoteL ., 4-Door Sedan.)Excellent Condition BODY and'fENDER.: [4"(LIVE) Poultry '& Egg ,Market 3e
At 6:15: p-m. Warren. Wright '
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r and 'Landon wilt dine at the .. : i :REPAIRS.PAINT !; 1214 L Whit Street J JI ,
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South Beach Restaurant HJ :: /rHUaF JZ4 : $ JOB,. $45.00. Up I I r PHONE 540 i I i
hosts will be hu local mana- TICKET OFFICE ,
(All Makes 9! Can)
gers. We Invite.You
deliver, If it rains his speech tonight." in Warren the Key will, All AIRLINES Monroe!! Motors, -Inc \ Quality an l. Price j -1

West High School instead of in PRICE TOURS j Your Friendly Ford 'Dealer". i 1 r -,

Bayview Park.Notice. .4 fir1-: -"aa'ttttlilsli0 -- 1 I--j
t I 'Fryers.ROASTING Ib 60 C
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llaso.nsI'AU \ QaIcamiot; B.P.O. ELKS 551 : ate-. it t,. ; It lk 4f

J Scottish Rite Masons Good Food in f- r !"f r
Ample Quantity i f S-
end their ladies are invited to Quietness and Reasonably Good: Regular fleeting I y
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bo in attendance at The Tem Dinner Music. What the heck r
tAt Ywtvt ,ple. Friday July IK. at ,3:00 more could anyone want?, Wilt Be Held I HENS ''b.: 50c: t
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A GROUP OF FLORIDA DELEGATES Ukes seats on the floor Unless Reasonable Prices) -
P.M.An f 5th 'MilkFedOur \ J 'AP ware laetolt
cf the Democratic national convention; Philadelphia Left to informal get-together. August .
right: Mrs. Mary Sullivan of Tampa. Charles E. 'Shepperd of with dancing and refresh- t THE GOVERNOR RIND' THREE: FORMER GOVERNORS of
St. Augustine. Mrs. Ruhr McChesney: of Madison. Mrs. Ruth menrs. will be held. \iWEAVER'S M THERE WILL. NOT BE Poultry Is Received Florida meet under their stale's. banner on the floor of the Democratic
Wedgeworth Bell Glade. Mrs. James Black of Jacksonville.Mrs. .- GERALD'H. ADAMS, t I A MELTING BEFORE ALIVE' and Dressed Daily I : national convention In Philadelphia Left to right Gov.
| NATURALLY! THAT DATE ,, Millard F., and former Governor Doyle E. Carlton.
Fred T. Nooney of Jacksonville: % and Frank Upchurch of Venerable ;Mister.v :. Caldwell
St. Aussie.! Sjxstard L, Holland. BOW U.'S. senator. and John W. Martin
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tte 1 lunjPtMlsBed lally. 1nr1iff1riti.u Zie.t Saiday.; br I .-- OUTSTANDING.It, ; -':, .S Radio....00000.010..es.S.Programs !j]!I Polish Peasants! .


t. P. ARTJaA! Owae aaa F. llaherinmKAH within nANcE'ON THE DESERT

!' D. ARTMJL' B_st* M If aaace' Key Westers have been residing .........................I I NpwGoleft'WARSAW. !] [ n

Corner From Greene The Citizen and Ana BalMinc Street 'a -few .stone 'throws of the Everglades j, '

Only Dally Newspaper Monroe C6uMy In Key West and National Park for many years: yet prob- Daytime Summary Poland.. -Peasants I I By Florence! Theel!

of Poland;! are Joining Left.
Sl.ct*<) Jitted A' Fs..tropb.5I
ably not one of us knows about all the I prf ramt as bl w -
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entered at Key West. Florida a* second class matur r kr a
wonders in the park. .through Friday.' Eastvn: tee.1 numbers. I'Organizel'1 Chapter IS upward.MaYbe- : ,nan real cactus
tim : It
MEMBER OF! THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tor c."tral.u..trart an*hour; was a lone gamble hu.t' the
The Associated Pre.' U exclusively entitled to We may think ot alligators, pumas t for mountain subtract tw
lao for reproduction of all new dispatches credited party reported, a total of to the desert with them. men bashed the roof in." they'd seen the actual set-up

to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and wild cats and other animal' life when the JULY 12 THROUGH JULY 16 I 123,800 peasant had l j joined. .,, She had watched the preparations "Why not Jean "em open-let ha -go-luck7 Charlie Morrison
here. ,
also the local new. published is mentioned These with sad and drooping tail. the stars shine through?" Roy voiced their general
park but its flora is as wonderful I peasants 'represent 1,8001 .eyes opinion.
f Crosley
Convention
SUBSCRIPTION; !' RATES ProgremiFy11 I I Bat when Bert suggested.rbis place has "Don't worry about till
said.
communal and 6,600 vii- "Hop in wages you
._ On* Tear _$!.(..00" as its fauna. Plants,:of which we schedule convention.f the at Democratic na.tional I: }lage groups.groups The peasants -who!, girL You're ,going!" Snap leapt possibilities" fellas, and no kid- I get some profits, fella. If you feed
Philadelphia is ding.
!Three ii: : Month Month -. L7S know nothing, grow in t the park area and being carried by all four networks this have thus signed with the I(I into the car with Mrs. McLane Pessimistic Pete- the I and room us down here free,
--_ 1.00, wee* from Monday on. Both day end up I It. i! Eileen and Eddy settling besideBert's guitarist, ,you're giving us a good vacation"
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Une _; .%5 produce beautiful flowers, including night,, sessions go on the. air, in iddi I t.iSocilaists Soon will be Comnur'nists -' saxophone case, on a pile failed to see'them however. I Hear, hear!", boomed Crosley.
tie
to f-
special -Doesn't
program .(ichli1 aIl .' look so hot to me. Phil
-at least said "This
:The'4Sceilaists of blankets. I desert air feel
scores of varieties of orchids. Exact tune were not Hated. by the 4 I You'll sink in *
ADVERTISING RATES networks tn their advance schedules. i I Iso are merging with the 1 all your work and I good to my sinuses already.
Made Knowa o* Application But the program. as given here with ;I Tony PerreDi was shaking Hands money and chances are ftobody'll
coming winter residents are subi i I Their
touched Bert
as loyalty
4-.. Joel I.. instantaneous change,for1 both Communist Workers party on or ,: with everybody. "You see me drive out to this deserted dump." '
SPECIAL JCOTICB well the regular sessions. and,other broad. about Oct. 1. down Palm 'pe plr.; "You won't regret it.
as citizens throughout the Y Springs jes as soon's But Pete
country < .1 even cheerful
All readlnr notices, card. of thank .0111tt ct. II z grew fellas! I promise."
ft retpect. obituary notice, poem, etc, will be will be accorded the privilege of seeing you get theengs fix. I ,cook for when he saw the lovely rooms Eddy said "The things
tarred for at the rate of 10 CtDt. t line. The I your boarders good Miss McLane, with single beds in-the servants'wing way
Leaning of is
Tower Pisa look "
Notice for entertainment by churches from which the Daniel N MorningI ) till come home again." to me,the moneyTl be there
park according to B. Beard you which Miraculously
-- e revenue I I. to be derived are 6 centi.a Una I.- -Homey moon In N. T.-nbo I now more thanjl6 teet'.off. slant. ,. been had i At luncheon they discussed 'a
"Kind
Th. Citizen I. an open forum ana Invite dlsenralrn superintendent. He said yesterday "We Breaktut Clob-abc I : Mrs. McLane: : smiled gratefully. spared. of de luxe I vital problem: whether or not to
... of public Issue and subject of local or 1:15-narn.ard Follies-cb.'. I 'You bring me a mayonnaise after the hole in the wall I just serve liquor.

iteneral Interest but It will not publish anonymous' hope to get started on, guided tours this Ozark Valley Folks-mb* LEGALS recipe. Tony, and this is what left Who am I bunking with anyway I "Will nybody Opinion was divided if

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.. ommunkatlob 0 10:00-Frert Waring Show-obe! I comes of 1t1!" ? You Phil?" come they
can't drinkasked
winter. Music For You-rb. Roy.
"Might well '
*Iy Story Drama-a bo, INTHK nnrrtr mmr OP TIIR I Tony's'white'teeth flashed in a as room, u.p' the "Liquor means a big invest-

Beard explained further that WillardE. It:30-Roup of Serials.-obo Ei.t-\K\TM JimritL ("tit-' happy m le. "Never I dream Iwill way we all drove down, said ment-for a bar, glasses and stuff,
slog Atour-ebo .. -iiT IN- *t> Carolina. "I'll sleep on the
FOR MOOH army
Dilley of Clewiston has been appointedpark Saul With Music' -rot* ? ,.cevrshi'ti, : pr t>Mmtt>.%. be partners" soon In business cot." He and the newcomers had a license a bar-tender's salary,"

: 11OOrthut. GodfreT I Show-.*4' IN rmsr-KHi. with your' boys. hit it off together nicely. Bert and Bert said. ,
MEMBER <> 1948 naturalist. He will' establish head- Breakfast In HoHywotxT case s,. |i4trMAXlXK I Mrs. Van Buren! their star Eddy, naturally, would. want to 'We'd probably drink up the

quarters in Homestead towork-on lectures 11: D-Ben Alexander -Sho0--isbi.',.. mjlK: LK.ROY. I boarder waved from en upper room together. profits ourselves if we served it;"

: 11:4- *-Serials Sl brs.*-.- b.--" : ..... .tAlttUtf.I window Gamely Paul.. said. "If Mom and Eileen double Charlie Morrison grinned. "Let
I up
and. guided tours and .will 1 Iso prepare Afternoon ,. HARRY JAMES- LE ROT. "Good luck fellas! and dashed Carolina! you can have one' to 'em get their booze in Palia

plans for a park museum: l2MO-= Welcome rraveIerS-abe : ivfcmlant.mVOnCH I for his office. He called over his yourself." Bert said. Carolina Springs." .
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., !2:20->-Woras and Uostc-tibo : ACTtOJi I shoulder 'Have a good time, hadn't been out of military hospital "We'll guarantee 'em A-l food

His tours will include, every.'form of IO: *-Muaie Half Hour-nbc To:ORDF.H HARRY OK JAMBS MMrATIO\J B ROY\ I Eileen!" long,. either. and fun". said Carolina. "If they'

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST life in the park even though the National CrOO-OouWe or Nothln-nbo Whose place of -Menre> 'I* i And she answered "Don't.work Luggage was Quickly stowed want to bring their own therewon't ,
Qireen Inc a. Ds7-mbl. I be an* extra "
unknown and who cottreaJshtmtelf too hard PauL" awayand' while the ladies charge.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Audubon Society i is 2au-p0i.1t. for 3' tir..1nb. tut that proreita cannot luncheon prepared Eileen siluied and said
already specializing on Ends ami )L" be It v was' an imposing caravan. of canned soup, nothing.

bird life the Everglades. Martin Block Records-mba him.be permanently eerVfd. upon : The trwler-ttuck, hitched.to the cold roast of lamb and salad,' the But Mrs. McLane clinched it with
ip
The society is '
I K -Ladle* Be Eeate4-abo Tou arc require te ,VIta In th- i sedan held barrels of restaurant boys went outdoors to look at her homely philosophy."When we
1. More Hotels and Apartments. now conducting guided.tours designed for I:30 -t1ie House Party-cb. 0 Court and panne above Mated on : china, >paints and calcomine and the lumber'which the real estate were at the Oasis Bert, listening

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Second Uenejrmoon-abDO or before A a rout ", 1' .4t. your .!.- brushes/bedding,.bolts drapery man had offered Bert at cost: to Blackey: .Davis's'band. I thougat
and Sea. the study of feathered creatures in the ", --Hint Hunt Qwli-ctra pearanre to tbe' Mil .f vomHalnt : materiel, :and the .upright piano. 'People.come here to, the 'desert
3. Airports-Land "
;'4.: Consolidation County and park, with white herons and flamingoes 4: Fur-Wtnntr the Luvva Take U All Ike--at boTreasury for divorce as rnnrensed els! the and ftame tx-cre will Pro betaken Bm ;had thoroughly: prepared BY A STROKE of luck Roy for their health and then destroy

r. Bsuid Sbow-abflO ConfeBMo wjll tie antlered againstyon. I them*for what they were to find Crosley-had been Navy carpenter it with cocktails and things,which\!
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4- City Governments. topping the list.! of interesting birds. ': -Tfrasnry: Bandstand xh* This 7th day' or July, A. 1>. and ,when they finally drew up ,like Phil-that had really everybody knows never did any.

5. Community Auditorium. The beautiful white heron probably KMtllea>: floor 1west repeat I, hr. 1S48. before the half-burned hacienda been the deciding factor In his se- body any good. The boys lookedat

I Mter;-abc! nmT nibsST45LHW tCJrooit Coniiteati'! wt back off the Main road he lection and. between them, they each other. Mrs. McLane con.-

would be extinct now had it not been for and AbnerebieiitNETWORK C1rt'k"t't'1t Ross. C Sawyer Court' said "Well look It over, fellas. If produced some good ideas for tinued: "You came down here-*

-. the action of the federal By: Ann Cv l...rt.Worth anybody isn't sold on it, he can converting planks: and uprights your health too. Son. It wouldn't
"government, Deputy Clerk drop out now' and no' hard feel- into chairs and tables and other be just right ta make money by

..: MONOGRAPH years ago, in outlawing the. use of their PROGRAMS Solicitor THOMAS for s. \a('.*..nfl' ings. lurniture needed for a public dining preventing other' people from
Plaintiff-'
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Not bad. at all! PhIl exclaimed room. They were all to getting theirs.
agog
feathers in women's hats other'' eUttem Local Time. .nnn
for For
central
or : J"18.Z
any : they,viewed the before
Dear Folks: subtract one Hour for mountain as huger start things going 'v"Y2Urfe.hcked Twi start
purpose. But birds and all other animals subtract two "..ra. Same local sta- THE (1UIT, tttti' 'tP Slutal.EtR'rfl oms that had been palatial connecting Earlier, Eddy bad proposed a SSC61.6 prophesied darkly.

: You will probably agree with the tied change hour of relay to fit JililfIti.f IlftC drawing room, dining plan of work and payment. Those "Well how about starting off
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in local .
the safe I che "
park are now: Last niret.-pro. with beer
; gram changes cannot be included. ( IT OF TrtR 8TATK OP FI.O- room and library.Nobody'll recognize who did specific labor would receive and soft drinks and see
: statement that the only difference be- The creation of the. Everglades Na. Shot. I4Nn. "' FOR "t""URrOI''Tt" it, after a good paint job." wages from the first income. what happens Bert looked quesT
labor iJRANNK \ ( ..",rIU".. ; "Pale orange-like that busted Orchestra salaries would be twmingly! around the circle.
:: business association and a .. paidat
tween
a tional Park is by far the outstanding work THURSDAY, JULY 15 thee MARt1AR1fRATCRV1 54 lI.tfI8r. I chair would .be ,swell," said the weekly union scale after Everybody but Pete nodded!

.: union is that the former wants more of conservation; ever performed in Florida. Evening: "" qaintift, .Eddy. that. Eddy Bert and Tony Per- They'd find out later whether the
cc. I )!tCgErf"Ann "We could paint green vines on- relli as joint partners would decision increased their
::. profits and the latter increased wages. j ': 0N ws Report.-t5 Mln.-nsa get gamble! 4
Newscast Krtry Uay-cba J. KnAtoriiviuIx theceiling.. Bert said squinting what was left over. (Ta hc cenUnuedk ''
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THE ORACLE Taxes Network Silent Hour-a.bc-e..t ._____,_, ---1J..
: : something that jbttier people KMdtes Hour (repeat)-abc-.'e!\t mIlDER OP r"'TlO -\ -
: Network TO: 1A. KdwaM J. '
Silent II hn>-mbs'east Kratnrhrll. '
should cheerfully pay to support" our KMdiea! Hour (repeat)-mbs-weit. lJ1&l. Corn, lT. N. n. .
S:1b--Sofl.
: Music Time-nba NOB.
'I
: government. Of Men and Books-cbs KcMlUV Alaska.. West In
; STORY OF TWO KILLERS !30-Music Time-cbs-east Y8U are hereby reqdirfd to appear iv TMt: ('.RTIT roi'HT OF THE ITHH rinri'IT ret-HT OF' TUBF.I.F.KTH Key ?
to the Bill for :ilivoriftie.1 jiiini ( .R'I.T ,
0:45-Newscast by Tbrenbo F.1.fa :'TH Jt'lJEl.II. t IRri -
It's about time for the Indians to Lowell Thomas (repeat: illcbs'ZOOSuppnr : a ainvt you (n the above ntylediati IT IN AND' FOH MOXMOK IP TilE HT1TK OK Fl.OHIHt.
: peti- on,or beror. Ute In" day of '. I> Ali FOB MOXHOR' ('01 NTs.IN Gone
; lot NT* ''TATK OK PI.WHIIIA.
It is a sad story that comes from Osh- tion the United Nations to"make the I Lewis Club Show--nbc-ba cbaNew leThe 4 KUt. A. 1>. U4., Qtherwlne the IN fllANtKlll.Came '. I-H4MKR1. Days ByAS
Allefcation ronLsne4tjie$ etn. willI ,.. ... ram N e. "-4:* .
:. kosh Wisconsin where a 16-year-old and Commentary-abc I I- taken .41 i
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United States return their land Fulton Lewis. ..rr.mbs1:10New an unnfeased' GKRAL.OINK CA8SKL.UA, THOMAS noBKHT fillJLRN.;
TAKEN FROM FILES OF
r'oof and ordered .at.I.y'XVent i Plaintiff,
farm boy has confessed that he killed his : and Comment-nbo --- Plaintiff, ....
Dally C..mmentary-abe Florida. thin3Ottj'! :' dajr .oit June. A.ClrfOUlt AS, DIVORCE ACTION DIvORCE THE CITIZEN OF
mother and that he ''took a bead on" his News: Dinner Date-mba''' H.-1J48. e--: ,: -,- DOMtNIC CASSEL.UA I KAThERINE JANE P. RILL.KX.I :..:. JULY 15. 1)38
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200,000,000 YEARS TO REACH US. 7:30-Van Uamme QUIDI..t-nbO ( pUrt *au : ,: Brendan >efendanl.ORDF.R -
father but did not the trigger because Jerry Wayne Show-cbs : ':"' : Rq.-O: : -Sawyer.oit ORDER OF PIRI.irTIONTOt OF rl'R"'f''TlOTO > DIII
squeeze '
t 4- r .
a- Rex ilaupin Music abc : =if'fJi, of r lrtl Court. : Katherine Jane F. Glllen.
',.':' 'B* {'aJhl"f!:' Xottarety 143 Prescott Avenue.,
News Comment mbs CassellaZ9J fiscal
his foot slipped. Dominic I This year is showing
It is :
practically impossible Portland. Oregon.
? keep up 7:4i-Harknen Comment-nbo -lLA4w.v'ALyit3Ht'Attorery. ; Clerk. Wavery| Avenuei decided
increase in the collefc-
: Top herb4 rvtulmfoto. attp
The boy's statement indicate News Broadcast-cbs Pat. *. Long Inland ira
seems 'R"u '
with the astronomers as. they attempt to 54.5.: >ar to .lh.aill nf Complstrtt for ties
ltptlUiJa .
of
Sports Comment-mba ><4 ""Xew=Torle f : taxes, CoPctorAssezsSam ?
ju., t5 ::;1- ''' ...J.. : .. livorts-'ia the? ati4ty1t1crtaut.. : y-
a premeditated plan of killing.! His'.com- unravel the mysteries oithe, colmos, butit ..;:00 The Armed Medical service Examiner Revue-nbe c ; Dominic Caniiella ,'f nn or.befnre th. bIb far of August, B. Pinder said today. One

.;: plaint was that he was made to do a man's should interest readers Front Page-abcrastJ.ucky -cba IN TMR CtR'tVTrflfltT' QP THE r/o S3 JA&I'KR CROPS1KV. A. D. 1948. otherwise the allegations reason for the increase he explained
ey-:rjrwhere* to Partner Quiz-mba Ei.EvEkTtJI' :.",.: <,- ltClIT S. Navigation ('.... therein. wl work on the farm, but was told repeatedlythat know that through the useof anew and ,$:30-N>w Faces"1943-nbcMr. WP THE '".iTK OP" FL06 17 IJatlerj Place ; *
Keen ram.-cbs R1D4. IN AND FOR OOE New York. N. Y. This Order Is tn b* publiRbedonce linquent taxes on a 20 per estitbasis.

he was too young to have, dates. highly sensitive type ot photoelectriccell Criminal Casebook-abc-east ('mISTS'. -ilLtU-EU ; Tou are hereby required to apPear a Week The for four r.tnseeutivewetks
Talent Jackpot-mba in Keyrrt C.tlzrn a
to the Hill of Complaint for
There must be something more be- the men who scan the..,heavens are :Si-Bin/ Rose Comment-mba ANDREW Casv-.it.'jfs MACKINTOSH' : I 'divorce< In the above styled (cause newspaper Florida. publi.'ir. InKey West, ,,

hind While it V-00-Tb Music Hall-nbc Plaintiff.vs. on the 7th clayof August 1'48.otll..r11Oe Ordered rib of Curtis H. Stanton Jr. former
the killing. is possible, no Done and this day I ,
now stuyding the light of distant galaxies flick Haymes Variety: a; DIVORCE the allegations thrr.lnwill July. A. n. 194R.SKAL. 1
Wester
who is at the ROTC
Key ,
The Child's World-abc HELEN MACKINTOSH. be taken as confessed.
.1 doubt, for a youngster to brood so long I that started, their journey to the earth Gabriel Heatter.. CommentU-mbs Drftn v-ant This order to be published oncea ( .) Clerk of the Roan Circuit C !Sawyer Court j i I camp at Fort McCleUan: AlaIbama -

over fancied injuries that he loses his .:1>-News Broadcast-mbs,' ORDRR OP Pt..ftl.lr"'TIO week for four consecutive weeksin Monroe County. Florida has
i qualified as .an e ,
per- two hundred million )'ea'rs ago, travelingat i.30--Jack Carson& 1YTlbo: TO: Helen MACKINTOSH.; The Key Vent Citlien a newspaper nv: (lid) Anne C. na-worth.. J I
,.fl West USth Street, published In Key \V> t. Flo- pert rifleman and pistol sho.
r.spective, not many of them wouldn't resort Crune Photographer ; Deputy CTcrk.J. %
a steady speed of 186,000 miles : I
New N
per sec Candid Microphone-abc-east York. : 1 i rida. T. POUTER. IV, according: to information received -
to murder. Most of them would sim'ply Andy Russell Revue-mbs Uto. i8Tf required<< to appear line and Ordered this. tin day Solicitor for Plainllff. j I '
':4S-Movie Backtroand-mbs the IHvorcefiled of July. A. IX 194S.SEAL. .lyS.l.Z2.2S.l,4S here today. With pistol he
have their "dates" and if ond.The against >ou lit the above styledcau.te ( .) ROM f* SAWYER -_. made 96 hits out of
... necessary, runaway : astronomers are somewhat astonished i:5-BUl Henry: News-mbs I' a possibje
on or Before the 9th day of Clerk of the Circuit" Court 0" I
THKRLRRTH
n THE riRrtiT COURT
# 18OO-8ob Hawk Quiz-nbo 100, and with rifle 197 out of .
from home. August. A. D. 194t otherwise the ;Monroe County. Florida | JtDII1s. (1RCt1T 3
the evidence that from the The
=- by comes } Playhouse-cbs& allegations contained therein will By: (sd> Anne C. LAngworth II. C. OP THE %T.'TF: OP possible 225.Officers .
Bozlne; Sports bhow-abc '
_4 Another mysterious exhibition of pe- faint light of distant nebulae when compared Ksvrany Theaser-jubs 341' be> taken as ormfejujeU.r .. THOMAS S.' CAtlO. I IN ANII FOR MONROR .I..KI..1: .
culier human behavior comes from Bowl- with' the light of similar hebulae 1OSO-T Doorway Place to Life& Tun.-4b cba Florida,48.tCirrult. ; this 'th' day _of July. \. l1I JUIS.U-t.Utl IN ('HArnni...... k. 11-4M- of' the Florida National -

.; ing Green: where I Dane Mualc I -mba GEORGlS.ETER. Guard were guests today at
Kentucky, a twenty- much closer to the earth. What they findis ,0:4*Earl Godwin Talk-aba Court, sea non)) ''1C iv TilE rotvnr' JIDCF: :**,("OtRT.j: I PlsPntlffen j
; Sawyer the luncheon of the Key West
mvonon
,.: college'senior IN .AM FOR .N1ONROK ( ,
five-year-year-old told offi- that the further the nebulae is ir UOOVarlet : hra.-ell. Clerk of Circuit Court.By .
..space, .News*and Dance n.nd-abe 'LORID.IX PKOBATK. Rl"S.4ILL: PA10E PKTEnS. Rotary Club.Members .
: : (ltd) AnpeC. Lingaofth. '
cers that he shot and killed a doctor and the better is the light that emanates from Newa. Dance. Band 2 bnibs11:1SN.ci' .. Deputy Clerk.' 1I.1.M In r& KMat CCRRYI of GARTh It1E. ORURR OP PI'IILU''T.O'TO Defendant. j -

:. his wife because the doctor's son married Variety to 1-nbe WILLIAM ALBURT.Attorney .. Deceased.NOTICE : Russell. Paige Petern.HemderKV of the Sea Scot' i
it., What this means remains uncertain. 12:00-Dancloa- Continued-abc-west for Piaintff.juIi.i.ZZ.tali4 TO CREDITORS Unknown :

the girl he lo'ed.Vhile the couple was I been : ', To All Creditors and Persons You are hereby required to appear Ship No. 3. were guests f last
shift has -
red
For manyyears a Having Claims or Demands to the Bill for DivoVev filed night of the supper-meeting of
: away on their honeymoon the young man observed through the spectrum'of- the TODAY, IN HISTORY IN Tnt rlRfllT rUlRT OP THKKUKVRNTH Against Said Estate: against you In' the above styled j the Key West Lions Club.
jrticag.ciii- You and each" of you are herebynotified reuse on or day of ,
went to the home of the elderly coupler light of the disfant nebulae and this has (Knew America) .: t"I IT OP TIlE STATB pP .....0Rlh' and required to present I August A. D. 'rs't; ; theallefratlwnd -
IN Asp. MONIIOR and which contained therein will
ft roll any claims demands The Misses Georgia Saunders
= roamed through, the house a while and been interpreted mean tha the nebulae Brilliant'-exploit Gen. ("UIrt.. |\ IttAIiIIW, or either of you may have be taken aft -onfesed. Edna
\ ahd Gomez entertained
then Anthony Wayne-the, capture of 0 a* >.. Ilrf74JOHN the estate of ILJUMA YOII.I I DONE AND ORDERED at Key.
shot them both. are-moving away from us and. from each : the almost mpregnabJe'.fortress. THQ.MAS- COJ.R3IA V.; OARTHSIDE. deceased late of West Florida this 14th day of members of the*Key West Junior -
: > 'PJaintlff.Vs. County. to the County Judge July A. l>. 1548. "
_: It would be a mistake ta attempt to other at the explosive speed of- 20,000 of Stony i'oint j& the'Huds n !'."" D"VORCE| Monroe' County Florida within. (Circuit: Court> j Woman's Club yesterday af-j

interpret human from the British. MARIE Y"OSffiHEfF.a ,yogis; elRljt (I) calendar" months from the Seal) ROM C. Sawyer temopn at Raul's Beach Pn e
nature by the behavior of miles per second: This is generally inter- ". CoI.btAs.; time of the first publication of thin Clerk of <'rM winners were Mrs. C. E. Wood -
these individuals. 18l :-A British{ fleet arriVes'atthe Defendant t Notk-- Each" claim or demand shall By: Kathleen ""' .courc.'j ; t
two In fact, despite the prqted as meaning that the universe is expanding : Olt&eElI-UF' PrBLCATOVTQ be in writing. -and shall state the Deputy : and Miss Elaine Beene ,
Potomac.River
= development of various methods to ftp greatalarm ; ; Marie-Yvonne' Tnerene, Cot place of resldace.<- 'and post office Cnrfqtoe EMialnatdo. Jr., -
of explaining at an ,explosive rate.. of. rearby Washington in Cole man. address of the ...\al....... and shall Attorney for Plaintiff.i Miss Grace Perez who will '
the diseased. mind second with Britain., 2 Broadway', '. be sworn to by the claimant his j1Itli.U.Uaud,1JU: 1
societymight
.. When the astronomers study the war Somc-rrUle, Mana as well face the fact that, regardless of the 1830 Sac and Fox Indians Ton are. hercbr' required to appear each claim or demand not so filed \ TUB niirriT ron T or vms," Beach' at 8 p. m. Sunday in th.e
light that left a distant galaxy some 200- sell their lands to the Govern to the Bill for Diverse filed shall be void.! El.Et1tIiI Jt'DICIA.t. ('IRIS IT 1
I.causes, there are individuals unfit to live .... atajikst yea tn the above Tied :Dated 'at Key West. Florida this OF THC STATE OK" FI-OHIOA,1n St Mary Star of the Sea Remap I
000,000 years ago, they are seeing the gal- ment. caune ofl or before the 9th day ofAugUKt. JJrd day Of June. A. D. 1941.d IN ANO FDK JlOXROK cpt NT%. Catholic Church was given Jk
= with other human beings. 1833-Historic Ralph Waldo A.- t>. 194*. otherwise the ( ) GILBERT MCKIL.I4P. ('RCbCERY.CLARENCE j 1
axy as it was 200,000,000 years -ago. In School Al- allegation. contained therein will As Administrator cam testamentoannexo UURPON ROXHAM 1 supper and a shower last rugbt, I

Once we admit this fact, we should the meantime doubt much have Emerson Diviniy be taken a. .--f..s.otIe. of the Last'UI and ra>*. .N.. Jl4*<4 by group of fnends.
I,
no may and ortferefl at -Key" West, Testament of Illma Curry Garth Plaintiff, I
.
be ready to take such social misfits andplace happened between the galaxy and the class-a landmark in America' Florida this 7th day of Jul>r A. !J.ltl. side deceased." Cs. lOVORCl
..- ) W. CURRY HARRIS. WILMA IL BOXItAM. Eugene: Knowlcs, who was in j
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them in prison for life. This would earth and this is what tha astronmers are cultural history. Circuit. Court Seal) Attorney for Administrator 1efandsnt. : jured two months ago while fft.

get them out of the way of other people attempting to discover. From their study, Board 1913-Congress of Mediation creates Sand Concil the 'Clerk KOKH.f Circuit C Sawyer.Court. earn Jun 21.testameato; jal 1-1-1S anneiv, 194*. 1 I TO: WiLMA setter H. TO BONHAM APPRAR work left yesterday for Miamji 'I

and By: (sd) Apse C. LoIta1VortliI MI'RRAT'S KTKAK HOCSE to rejoin the lighthouse tender
place them in surroundings where determine the iation. ., NATCHKZ. MISSISSIPPI.'
they hope to be able to nature Clerk.WILLiAM iTHK riRrriT caraT OF TIlE' Poppy the crew of which is
engaged
they could do no harm. The fact that 1929.- Hooker's Farnr -Boaidcreated. V. ALBL'nAttorney t. 11TH JlUIt-11 CIRCtlTIN It Is hereby ordered that yr.n are 1 j
and extent of the vast universe that I for Plaintiff.TVpqiy. AND FOR MONHOK CO I'"T". repaired to appear on the tUb day in repairing bt-aoons.n(
these items "made the news" indicates f-, J1&lI.li.U.:'.,!ts. PLORin IN CHANTER of August 141, before the above that vicinity.
add challenges modern in- Post l leaves New Bill of Complaint : I
amazes man 1933-:.Wiley .. entitled court to the I
fane Ne 11> SMELBOURXB ;
that they represent the bizarre behaviorof : telligence. York in his Winnie Mae," flying i.> THB ctRciTT, filtH,QP THBtLKVKNTH H. MacFARUANK. above; entitled filed against raase and yoaj the tn the 1 I Today The-Citizen' in III j

abnormal brains. the world around in 'less JfrjiritL. nitrtlT Plaintiff, West Citrtefc IK hereby -...* '1e"1 I says an.
There
is .
no 'Particular OF THK' !ST.TF. OP FLO vs.MARIOiS editorial. paragraph:
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than eight days.1942German. Rio'. lAND WONROK.IN the Bert-span* I* which I 'I'I&wlegs.are 'II
FOR MacFARLANC.Defendsat
ADA tll"l '
lesson to be drawn from the killings which Good advice is to resolve perform Nazis order all fHfK8V. Order shall b* pabilabed itr -a eitJ.
,
week: for (saP -'lI'If'flIU"e' weeks =:
: do not indicate that the male relations of French ,Taav _Ne. fl4Tl ORHRR FOR PrBLIClTION shall bo MIhe4 once a week fcrfo I ag'P. according fo"f'I:
homes p
or the what you ought and to perform withoutfail NANCY R. JARVJ8. TO: MARION ADA MacFARUANE r consentlve weeks. I Yes, If their owner dares tor dif/
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church or the schools of the teurs shot their women satba.1 Plaintiff. Z..10.. StreetSpringneld. Witness the Honorable Aqalltn them '*
nation have what ... play on a bathing beach
promise. WVORCER Massachusetts I
y'
you
hard labor and .children to Lopei Jr. sshis *f the Jadireo of j
:.. to' BUOCNB J.RVI8 TOW ARE: HEREBY NOTIFIED :%' '-'----
gone pot.Miracles S institutions. I thi Court and Seal *f this !i
)eI.MaaLOR that of for divorce lt"e. I
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a bill complaint coast tn the Key West, I Ifrtortda
S VOLUNTEERS AND DRAFTEES 143 Roosevelt establishes I op ptmt.rATioN-. ban bees filed against. yea In the this 14th day of July
: Economic Warfare TO: R. Engine Jar via, ,. above styled raise by MELBOURNE pEr&d
of 154$
Board : '
: rarely boom the growth of Glasgow, Vlr.iala. H.. WacFARUAXE. and (Real) P.oesCMwyer" I
headed by Vice President Wal You t ordered and re'qnir -
are hereby rQired appear yosi are hereby
Clrrult Court.'h1sp .
:- towns and cities; it is largely a matter of Under the ,new draft law the Army lace. -- 1 to the Bill ot Complaint I fwDivorce >d to file your ,appearance in paid, rierk oe (".8e.,,.. Piort4s."|t TONIC LtA1ta ,
in the -abc ve styled nero answer or other pleading
:5 having some unselfish men who have some is likely to call 200,000 to 225,000 men 1946! -President Truman signs; on or before the 1th day t>f Aug.- raise .tn or before tbe list day of. By: ftloreiHW Deputy I;. Sawyer Clerk tast rest sysiiHil re<........ ,

: unselfish the' British Loan BilL wsi A. n. u., otherwla* the allegations July, 194S. otherwise) the allegations JOHN O. SAWYER, 'I tart WhM .. *. stoat* a*
: money. into the Service within the next twelve 1947! -President Truman signs < therein< Wtl ,fee 0 taken a* .of raM bill will be taken as $elic.itor For riaiktiff.MOWat40,50f60. .. ........ Vlseieedf
This order
... months. the Second Decontrol Act of the ronfeued.ThU order 4* .to h. paMUhedonce 1M'confessed published' by Mi you.the Key West to Jsila.ZZ-ZSaug.lS4$. fait .. .... res ......

:- The Citizen a we** for test _n_tly. CUtse. Key VWsti Floridav once :I ....
has received the follow- There' seems to be no definite. estimates year. : v. investigation weeka la The Key West Cltlien.. anewspaper aweek for four consecutive. ::::; -1.10 ,
U. House votes
S. a loyalty I
= ing announcement p_bllhe4 la Key West weeks. ?
artistically printed in as to the number of volunteer enlistments of all Government Uofiro County, TIllS 1111 day of June, A. D. ,
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= three ; Done and ( ort tth day .f 194*. (
colors "Your '
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friendly neighbor, the --every volunteer reduces the employees.A J.ly. A. n Uti. (Sea) Rosa C Sawyer ... Mal Yw're Crazy t"'m:

= Coca-Cola Bottler (SEAt) Ko.. C flawyer Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
announces the birth of number of draftees. However Army block of salt taken from a Clerk *( the Cirrvlt Conn.Monroe &y: Florence S. Sawyer ..wii y ....ITWMssxkJ an--hi 7*.Try I I 't

a son, Monday, July 5th, 1948, to Chiefs of Staff believe that: most: ; of 200- mine in Poland contained remains : (*d) Anne_ C*C*>nt Uanvworth.%.:. riorMa.By DE :COSTA8. MAER fWputyClerk.4t FLOYD:. .a, z.r.th*P sad iiii nmr vtmi I nxiins way miM4.UMi v *sej.- e tro TTT*. ,GARDNER'S! PHARMACY:

.; America's Favorite Radio 000 ,of-marine.anin1a1s'similar ; I- Deputy. letk.. Attorneys for Plaintiff '. Lose T :..tat t9.rvnsv tsMuc tkkjsss I 1114 Division St- .Cor. VaxtU'
Couple Claudia
new men in the Service. will be volun- Jl T. PORTER. TV. '.' 0 ass Biscayne BaUdlsg .'p ..,. sea eesNaaMs. sue eat* *".
to those found In the'Mediterra- (PHONE 177 FBC DELIVERY
and David. teers. '" Solicitor< for Planl1fr3a. 1 Miami SZ Florida At all dror rtores everywbervfnKey

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Mary Elizabeth Johnson Becomes I Ii \ Laultselier Of,Rotary: Club" t F. y
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Makes Strong Appeal Seeks DivorceA
Bride Of Lowel '!
Sidney George .
Today To.MenilWs. Of petition seeking a divorce I i
i. Miss Mary Elizabeth Johnson She carried a white satincoveredprayer t was filed yesterdayin the: office l $fr _
'daughter of Mr .and Mrs J. C book with stephanbtis, a Orangizatioii of Circuit Court Clerk Ross C< ,
gift from the groom. Sawyer by Georgtna Peters+
Jebnson, became the bride of I
A to Clubbers
plea Rotary
The maid of honor wore a blue mern- against Bussell Paige Peters. '
:Sidney George Lowe last. evening to support an advertisingand
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taffeta gown with a ruffle at the 1.
in the Flaming Street Methodist round neck and hips. She carried publicity campaign to help goes for other things. stjffi 'a' fq
i Oiurch. The Rev. Jesse B. ReuJ a nosegay pf pick carnations. A, Key West tourist industry wa clothing.From. < 4r
performed the dQUble-.... .,care; .Juliet .cap with a small veil in made today by Harold A. Laub- this ,fact he pointed out !r
1nOI1y. :,I back and small taffeta tcher manager of the Chamberof that the tourist dollar find its ::i
The bride was attended by Miss elbow gloves,. the sam WTist-W-j Commerce. It was at a lun- way into everyone purse inr the
f,Surah Bertha Lowe. si-iter of.the' the dress completed cheon-meeting in the Parish Hall enure community, So$ie skid it |, t
of St. Paul's Church]| 3 -
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groom as maid of honor. B rid as- tume. '
was essential that the1 of
people
''maids Misses. The time to start planing for
were the CatherineEersU The bridesmaids' drcrses were West should
Key 'be touri
-conscious.
Faye Elizabeth Bervaldi identical with the maid of honor, next winter's tourist season' .' ''
and Patricia Russell., 'Miss'John- save for the colors which were npw,** said Laubscher. "Key '
said
ton' w-; ,given in marriage. by yellow, lavender and pale grian. West has more accommodation Laubscher thai'recently
:fcr father. I Approximately 150 guests attended for visitors than ever before. In the Chamber of Comnoerr' has:
Leo Hicks, Jr., was best man. a reception at the home order to meet the competionof asked the County Commission
,_Ushers were. Benjamin Lowe <.f tht groom's parcnts. Mr. and other7 Florida resorts, it is es for $5 orA to be used as an advertising -
LOuis Lowe and Richard Wade. Mrs. Benjamin Lowe. 1009 sential that we put all the'rno:1ey and publicity fund. lie
.t, Nancy Johnson, five years tttage. u-d street immediately we can into advertising and pub raid the Chambe: got only a '
was flower girl and three-. ing the wedding. SoUth-I licity. $1,200 this year.
yoar-old Al Johnson ring bearer. Miss Rosemary Felton "With the exception of theNavy "Other Florida riti.esAnd
\' The church was decorated with at the punch bowl, and the young j f payroll the tourist industry counties are spending taxpayer
duo large palms and baskets of couple cut the wedding cape in<' u Key West's- maior means dollars to advertise. their towns
mixed gladioli and roses. the traditional manner r ef support. It is vital then that and cities and Key West should :
Nuptial music was played by Out-of-town guests included: we-use every means available far be similarly supported," said J
.trs. Claude Salas at the organ. Miss. Ella Slapky and Arthur expanding it." Laubscher. Since eves zei ..aain IAPVir.u"t* "l
;Miss Cleora Roberts sang "Oh. Slapkv. Chicago: .and Mrs. Fran- Laubscher.said that the aver- by expenditures 6C'. this'-kind, SENATOR
:Promise Me" and "I Love, You celia Best and. daughter. Catherine age tourist-.on vacation spends then he said the taxoayer dollar J. HOWARD Me-
GRATH Democratic national
iTruly. Miami. about $285. Of this-amount half should be spent tor publicity !
i' The bride wore a gown of embroidered -. After a'short hor.evmorn :r of.it goes for food and accommodations campaigns lo help bungtouris'. .t I.tD i chairman announces at a .white net with a'high. Miami, the'young couole 'will bat ; while the other half the city. I I coalennc ia Phiatelphii
hound: collar and a fingertip veil.Cocktail home at 1O Lowe's lane. .--: Tuesday that President Truman
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bare Senator Alben W. Bark-
Partyffostoring Social Round For 'I ley of Kentucky for the 'Y ce.

__ I presidential nominee. Bark
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5 Comdr.i Wives Of JudgesWhile mowx r 't i ley was selected for that nomination

And l Mrs. Parhama the members of the i$ : this morning.
I
County Judges Association are
A cocktail party, honoring amusing themselves with business More Than :
C&milr.: and Mrs., W. B. Parham, ; sessions on Friday ,their
USN. and Lt. ,O>mdr. and Mrs. wives will also be following a
One To
outlined for their Way
program en-
Edward Beach, USN, was given
tertainbient. I Ii
by the officers of the U. S. subMarine -
As plans stand now there"wili Save A Cat
Amberjack last night in
be shopping from 9:30: a.nv until
the home of Lt. jg) and ,Mrs. 12:00 noon. From 12.00 until
CHICAGO ff A kitten
JUan Gilmore, USN. .1402Pine J:30 they will attend a buffet a -( )- tiny
was marooned in a tree 40 feet
M reef. luncheon at Judge Raymond
Comdr. Parham was commanding Lord's iesidence. followed by a above "the ground. The standard
officer of"the Amberjack before sightseeing toiifrom 1:30 p.m. procedure would be to summona
becoming first lieutenant atJie to 330 p.m. conducted by wives$ t email boy or call the fire de
<| Naval Station: a month ago. of members of the ,Monroe x.k partment. But Mrs. Clarence Ogden -
&t that lima Lt. Comdr. Beach County Bar Association. They had a more original kiei.
Fumed command of the ship. will then be free-until &:30 when She put the mother cat. Fluffy,
Following cocktails the party they gather up their escorts and as far uo the trunk a* she could
proceeded to the commissioned attend the cocktail party at the reach. Fluffy climbed the rest
officers' mess Ft. Taylor for a Elks Annex. of the way, took a gentle jaw
buffet supper. Other in the hold on the nape of the kitten's
party were: Lt. and Mrs. CVi a i neck and backed down safely.
Clark, USN. Lt. and Mrs. William 4ir&rs
.
Ciatha USN Lt. (jg) and Mrs. &tee Most of the copper used-in Europe i' '
.Burt Findlv. USN. and Ensign : L comes from the Unile\i

apd ,Mrs, George Mayo. USN.farewell J!r ._- R States. -

Back white-tailed deer carry
PartyFor ; Daughter to BrownsA '.
antlers most of the .year but shed

JohnsonsComdr. seven pound eight ounce ._ them .in January.ATHLETES .
daughter vas born yesterday in "
the U. S. naval hospital, to Mrs: AP tVirep5gKo. FOOT GERM.
and Mrs.
Carl A. Johnson.
USN. were given a f2r .Dirty bv the officers of the U. : harry Jylian. USS Cobbler na- ..his big presiding gavel at the Democratic national conrention IN ONE HOUR,
i val station The baby has been
Naval Station at the xOfficers' in Philadelphia with the help of Leslie Biffle cf Arkansas. Wcrd, : IF NoT- I'J..rJ.;" yr "Sc:
PonL Tuesday evening.!. I I named Stephanie. has just reached the convention hall thai President Truman will ; Jw. K. Ark. an"' .trutf.nllt TK-oL.f..r iladoHh .tII'
fmmlcMiN
KTRO.N! ;
-1'he pool was gaYly dscnrated 4 l Vast peat bogs helped make be roost happy* to have BarJcley as the vice presidential nora-: t! s !Nt .iwrir>nt a V?.I". I. il TfiS-
1i11"HHP.
And with flowerhurricane lamps the Po Valley in Italy one of the inee. Biffle is former secretary cf the senate and b a coufi-. | ETlL4T}?r.rms Inab.end f....r.PHARSJACT. TndA mtJIUUUIIJIIItlMIIIIimilHHIIIIJ1
Japanese lantern
60 and some most .fertile spots on the globe. dante cf President Truman.. (IARI) iKIt'a .
gusts enjoyed cocktails and a -
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morning for Washington.
where he will be stationed in the ;
'office of the chief of, navel op the
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Intimate erations. ; Announcing Opening'of


Glimpses
1 5: ,Key West's Newest Stores by One of Key West's Oldest Jewelers ::

'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rudd, with : = =
children Donna Fay and Rita :
Qualiiy
May, and Mrs. Rudd's mother. ::=
Mrs E. C. Griggs, will leave forNorfOlk C r POLLOC.K'S' -
Virginia, tomorrow. I -w JewelersI
M.. Rudd has been 'stationed in 1!
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Key West for the last two years {i- '

with the. U. S. Navy, and has re- 1

to teived Norfolk.orders transferring him 1 I TOMORROW (JULY 16) AT 508DUVAL ST.. I


Mr. and Mrs. MyrUand Cates. NEXT TO KRESS
:fi :L90n. ){yrtl nd. Jr returned j

yfesltrday*'Mobile ;snd mm Evergreen.a sue: 'weeks Ala.visit 10,I WITH A SENSATIONAL OPENING SALE ;;

Fyergnrfn they stayed with Mrs. I' = .. =
Gertie Harper, a loaf-time fr ?nd, 1 -
and renewed acquaintances with' Reductions Throughout the ,Store Range. High as 75%
residents ..f the city*. the Cat!!>-
es'once lived there for four years.i Ii Y.fl UAB1E' DOOR.PRliES WILL BE CIYEX AWAY DURING THIS OPEMXG SALE
Mr. Cates reports that very day 1_ FR4'E It ** Ho Knew:art To Make A Purchase To Receive One of These FREE PRIZES
they ran into*rain while returning -

: to. Key.West.. |! Buy A New Watch_ Get A New Band Free!

''France's "War emergency Substantial Ketltietions and HKLBROS Watrhcs .
rent controls invoked fit 1914, at : S SV on GRUEN !Cg

are the still beginning in effect.of World War I.J,: Trade Your Old Watch In for A New Bulova, Longines-Wittnauer, _


s Hamilton, Elgin, Gruen, Harman or Helbros Watch =

YES We Have III 1
Z Alr-Cnndiltouetl and Open,Ererjr Erening \Jntil 9OO for Your.C&ntenience, During This Sale atPOLLOCK'S .
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it:.No .Increase in Price .1 "

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PAG? FOUR THE KEY WEST 'CITIZEN d" __ .. THURSDAY f JULY,!?, ;13GENERAL ';

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.- JOHN J. \ a rt . . . ".e .' Y A Jl

'(Continued .From Page. One) I MILEAGE RATE '

1JDd.the:commander of the A.E.-! CLASSIfIED ADS
F. nj .the first World War !'spent,1rnpst

of his latter, years in at FOR CITY .
small,, simply furnished room at I TO BESET *
Walter. Reid army 'hospital in Information the Advertisers ?
Washington. There he was under ..
the .constant care of' an attend- I' KATFS rBLACKKACB 01\ NEGVLAR aaa PATE'ir I
MONDAYSUCCUMBS TYPE Tarnient
ant from the time of a" criticaliIlness for classified adverULe.e
) meats is iDvarlably
in adtanee, bat
Advertisements uDder this bead '
in 1938.Jjejmmng I regular advertisers with ledger a .
$
Trill be
inserted In The
Citizen
at
counts may have their advert:
a with his
tenure as .IJII City Collected Full 21.9 the rate of 2e a word for each In- meats charged. :> -
amy''chief of staff :in 1921,1Pushing section but the minimum charge forth PtBLICATIO HK' )LI%B. :"'
: first IS words or teen I* SOc. To insure pabUt'aU.P7 tnu4'Toe
s worked through every'ch TODAY TO Mills f Charter Prohibits rate for klarkfave type l> Sc a be hi The Citizen oMic 'tefore. 11
:
l to him, ) I word and tbe minimum chars for o'clCK'k .'
open to bring in'.thataorriri the-
about and "retain adequate de-j J ILLNESS OF 10 YEARS Aiiv Increase Over. That tb.first 16 words is 4Sc. of pubUeatloa.- iI'.. P..l! {ttY'

: fnse preparations.. He had seen- f
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the country struggle desperately Amount All advertising I* accepted under the following 1'"condftloi lr": 'In'jlaa
in'.1917 to create the structure .yent,or error In advertising, transient or C'Oatrat't.The (:ltiMn win
for.and muster a wartime army., The City Commission will have responsible lDtapla lwertIst.tf only for for thn: ft'insertion actual to amount Ciae.Ified of Advertistfg. and t:
Old soldier that he he partrof tile advertisement space oceuQied by tkg'
was before it for consideration at the where the error oce rs. tt ;, .
foresaw two years before 'the : A meeting scheduled for Monday . . . .: ., .M .,1\'a"

urternatmal outbreak of affairs World 'War were II trend-how i night the question of 'setting thetax FOR RENT-cABINS | FOR' SALE_ t e

"' millage rate,for 1948-49. I I. JL to, .
ing: In April, 1937, he advised: '
'"In View of world conditions : The millage set for 1947-4(' wax Cabin' hot and cold shower. Meals Bungalow, small 'store* butfdrng

today, the United States should 24.9 and the charter prohibits the if desired209 Ann.Street, op.f and lime grove ooflour, 'nice'
polite Police Station. lots size 50' x 120 each, in 6ddA
- b$ pfepared to mobilize half a City Commission from collecting y
jly3-3tx t section. This can be"bought dri
million' men at once completely more. than 20 mills for operating terras. Johnson
equipped 'with the most modern easy &' Johof
arras and fully supplied in every for expenses.debt The other 4.9 mills are FOR.RENT-:APARTMENTS son Phone 372. -: jlyl-tf" T:
service.
particular. With this army of
599,000, ,the nation could deal Since the city collects full 20 Furnished apartment, 3 rooms 500 Sheets 8t& x 11,.white nt
with" its- enemy while the great i per cent for operating cxpcn-;?s' and bath. Maid and janitorservice I print 25c Artmn Press, Citi"
.
ckiWari.' army 'was being_ 'the commission cannot raise' the linens and utilities Building. Phone' 51t w....
trained.*' t millaee rate. it was explained. 'at furnished. Summer rates., Cor- I /' 'jlyl.; .lC .r
"Altact' Polls Him Right City Hall today.' ; .- al Hotel .Apartments, opposite .: ./ T- f
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(hoar: years later/ on a winter 'The''city is now. taking care Post Office. jly2-6tx One electric' hanylurgergriftOn

afternoon,_be received message "- ',, ,of its debts and its credit.is wholly -- I latest-type "Cold Spat refrigerator -
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that- proved how right he had h -! :JOitN.J:l'FRSIfNGTwenty I, good, 'said4; City Manager Furnished 1-2-room apartment. used less than ,two]

a bee4apan had struck.and the ** 'yea' 'th \[r Ralph Althouah'.the,D. Spaldiag'today, Utilities furnished Couple only.1 weeks. Call 9292..;'\Weav c'*,!?
t ,United States was at war. after t'co flict, 1 County commission :Apply. 915 Windsor Lane. I Stock Island. V JlyBJtf
'r ,:Pei. stynev in old and enfeebled the fifth, volume, of :-, LloydGeorge's at its meeting Tuesday: 'cut jlyl-tf : .
$66.7oo.from : : r
.insg' Ait'with all the keen interest memoirs was pub- the tentative :budget -- ,
fished It tontained'a for the next year; it that two-bedroont''Juroi hedi
and perception that had scathing seems I
criticism 'bf Pershing for his insistence -. unless thebt.id2et'is' 'cut further- Furnished apartment new gas. home $5,000 down.;bajancqar2
niarWed lifetime a soldier :
; a as "
the' county will ranges electric refrigerator, continuous 1 ranged. .I'hone.: i08J:: .
have
should to collect
,
followed the day-to-day developments ,.: th.iCtbe ,A.EFs -
;
hot
fjIYl
:10 mills water. Monthly.I j
.an increase of. '
have ,been. three
of the, war from his maintained as,a -separate ua
If 'chair by the reading lamp and *armV under: American mills over last. ysar. .- -, "'. .: Phone. ,215., jlyl-tf "f't
There will be lack of'a- i Large'stake : '
'writing table in his hospital, commandPershing; however surplus" body luggage trailer
' room.' He pored over newspa- declined,, to, per1.,accounts and articles but a "' On' thc ;twentieth anniversary 'crease year and this* will mean an in- : William, Street. jun28=30tx 31'13-
"- in the millage rate. There i
vp.tuable.suppl ment to, thesetva4 of America's. entrance.info .that '
firsthand information ,from war-'fershIn.:,m one, of. his rare this was a surplus'carried',:.overt to Large furnished one-bedroom| One diningroom 'suite.'' 'j.obsl

distinguished visitors. 'interviews,7 "had. ,said: ""Without cash. year's budget'* of .$80' ,g04, ;apartment 'on Pearl Street Sport Shop.= >, 'Jl; !:3
'. .'Among them was Gen. George American support there: is no : Rent $11000 per month. Phone -.: .
LOne
C.-Marshall army chief of staff doubt shewarms would have"been ] I185-R. mornings.. National cash reiysfer !"" *
"who found time to make occasional lost;to:,ilie.JAllies."" | Wrong, :Prospect ; : jlyl3-15-2tx feet condition. lib's. '>:Pf P9H:
visits to Pershing talking r ':i :E nioy.to:Coronation .. Shop. jlyl3'-3i
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with him about strategy and : In.-hid 'lifetime :as '.a 'soldier..j -J Five-room furnished apartments., Y 1"f
commands.Pcrshing" Persfiiri ,bad journeyed out of I NEW YORK.-A Detroit .honeymoon one' block from beach 419 and RED FOX : *r
FUR
.", looked upon Marshall the.:.country*many; times toCuba couple borrowed his :'421 United Street. Apply 1224Duval COAT.ZVill.tkeanyrnasonable
tithe ''Spanish-American brother's'car.,. came to, torparked .' Street. + oUci.912'Tletn.ling
.as "one of my boys one p jly3-5t 397-M. 'f"
War-Jo" .' the it and went to mid to\\-n Street Phone
of the younger officers who had the'Philippines, to a -
served; with .him. in World War Eurbpeaq, ''battlefields: One ofhisslgsfager hotel. /Apartment 'for rent. Adults only, ;i !113-3t
IMays. In the select group were :; camp in 1937. I The car d> appeared, along no pets. $30.00 monthly. Ap
.such' others as Gen. Dwight D. He- \\cb\'W Jngland'u"a, special -. with most of their,clothes cane. ply 1019 Margaret Street. 1947 Harlcy.Davidsonfnigtbrcyole.Apply .
: Eisenhower and Lt.Gen. GeorgeS .' ent'oy tothe.'coronation of .food and cooking utensils. *" '; ..' ', jly14e -tf 719 Francis, Phone
:jpatton, Jr. He followed closely' Gep4geVI. T)n::May"'12.. He appeared >-i.| The car was recovered by Pa 1195-J.. 4 Jlyl3; tx
the, progress and accomplish-' ;in'Westminster Abbey., ina trolman Robert .I. Harrell w hil Furnished apartment, adults. no .
'merits of his "boys," professing ,r spte dent*r $600. uniform enjoying a' day off. ,- A .mail' approached ,. pets. Conveniences. $65,00. Furniture for sale. No. '3. Pearl
t: tQ'sFe-his; influence in the way:I whch.madc,,tp- 'xeialia': ,some him and offered in sell 1214 Duval Street, Telephone Street. .: -j yu
t :they conducted battle in the new othorj' f(Srejoi: representatives:' him ,a car for, $400 The officer ,1003-W. .

: \Var, .,. y J look draV'by 'comparison.On checked .with police headquar jly36attuesthurstfApartment 1947 Johnson Seahorse.. 22h ..
T ... Jit tae Would .Crush"Mimru n : I ':::tbel same trip;. Pershingwason ters and ,arrested the .salesman. with 14Vi-foot run '
: perching served ,as: ebjef ,bf tzvby.Frte'He attended -:: and. .. his- companion.REFRIGERATION.. for rent,.. completerfurnished. y condition. $400 00 "APPUl
staff from July |, 1921, to Sep- ihe.ddicaUon! 'via .in h; ; - Two bedrooms. ,Ap, ,Shack .south* caih.'L
A. ., teraber 13, .1924 'Dunng" those umeot}(oMiirnself'sat).Versailles-. I ply. -E. Sterling, 1314 Eliza StJlyl52tx t .i ,jly14 8tx
years" he ,sought to 'establish the,! Spphl4ctgrat.;;th.atjtime i ;:.threefy0&tfbefare' I '

1 \ framework for an army that;I :frtnceV republican; Holbrook Refrigeration" Service, Counter: show:case. >-Gpod:. .
'w6uld4be' quickly expanded to 1 government fell. be/orenher,Nazi domestic and commercial.Work ,. FOR. RENT-APARTMENTS i tion. 750. Phone 73: iJ8

: wartime strength. ReorgamzattotT invaders.P.e.rhm5.;said: guaranteed., free estimate on AND ROOMS .! ,. ,j.I 1f=Zt
extended through -all :Our. r|j..hav: -,been pre repairs.. ,Call 724-W.. I :
branches, many of the, features 4served*< dtithe: leading democra- jly2-6tx The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming Metal dinette suite,'. with fear
'.{ :the military educational sys- cies'.b ve uryh'edtbe-\: : with Street has an efficiency apt chairs. Metal studio 'couch.
;tem.. of.officers' schools evt>ling. theJ>'''fendan'ental 1 structure of SALESMEN ,WANTED t and several sleeping rooms vacant -! Desk baby car::seat Phone
from his. patterns. their /|<.wCTnments and' civilization t Low weekly or'monthlj 10 6-W. ,}IYltx
i His:;policies and adviceere unchanged" ., Out of work or on shorter hour rates. jlyltfEfficiency
reflected IB many of the decis- France,:,had honored him re- I Write us immediately regarding I Week-End Specials( 9" rtcftr1C
'ipnEof 'those who followed him pe8teitlvJiilebilatdr :yeaca.'and opportunities to supply.consum apartment and one fan. $7.39: T French Iryerwi're
.. :;fav.lhe chief of staffs post ....::. rin'1536fhpd-<.}cted,"him: \9'the 'i .('TS'nearby with, Rawleigh 'bedroom apartment Couples basket 49c; one-quart S%DjJT:
..Johjr L.: Hines.: Charles P. Sum- i French v:AcaSemy 'of .Morali and 'I Products. .full time." No'experience ,only. ,Paul's Tire Shop. insecticide. ; toys" c1e ,nce:
,raetall, Douglas MacArthur, Malifr I Political::'Sconce the 'first; foreign needed to start.'For inter jly3 t sale; outside and ,inside white

;Craig. ,:and,'George C. Mat- ,i ssokker'. eve"# enrolled. In. ,that, j, view; write Rawleigh's, 'Dept.. paint $%.75 per gallon;( 'complete
shi1L bodyM-' ; 1 I FAG-660-198, Memphis Tennu GARDEN AND LAWN line of_Somay paints and
*. Persmng's intense interest in!f ': '.Strickea'111 in'1933 jlyl5ltxFOR _' SUPPLIES supplies. Doherty .Hard"'Je
the- prioress- of the variouS campaigns i: Persh retained to America Co., 846 Olivia St,.Phone X72 .
in World War II was ri- I late, In *193T and. :with his sister, I RENT-COTTAGES Modern insect sprays for' trees .' jlyt -Ct
'Taled only by his quest for evidence Miss,MayT. Pershing, retired toTuvsiiAtjz. and shrubs such as Volck Emo-

._' 'that this time, the' Allies i .,., for: a rest' There I Furnished cottage, near commis nil copper-hydro, .redarrowand Bedroom suite. coffee -and Ad
intended to crush the German I he ,felt.'ill and .on February is, sary. No children or pets. Hector's nutritional spray tables. 611 Fleming Street'up-
ar-making ma iine ,beyond< I 1938 ,it. was announced, ,that he $50.00 per month. Apply, 704 for foliage at Key West Garden stairs.. jly3-3t
C ttn any point of recovery-and do Was'suffering,. :from a'**rather se- White Street. 'j.lYl.42txCottages. and Lawn Supply Co.. 914 .
the same, with Japan. vere* attack of rheumatism.The Fleming Street jly13-31 L 1. (
When the Armistice came to I I. heart muscles became af- equipped for light Immediately with-One Thayer; : baby
carriage and matttress.
', Uected and from February 22 housekeeping.. Adults STORAGE springs ; -
end: World War I. Pershing be- only. Also available on, Aug.
for week he was, at death's Gulf Stream Trailer
lievcd the Allies were making I a Park.
15, one 'Thayer crib
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mistake in halting at the riverRhine. >i door. jly5-3tx Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture innerspring jnattres-3 and
A march to Berlin to f Bujt he fought and gasped or commercial. Phone 798 padded high'_chain Come cane and
stamp' put all vestiges of mihtarism I through weeks of'crises and at Furnished cottage. Hot water, -tf see it now at 715fyfhite.Street,
should have been ordered -' I the end of a month was able to no pets. Apply rear lOli Va- Apt 4 (ParKs A ts.). :
he believed. But the two dec- .!sit up-for a few minutes. lie was rela, upstairs. jly53txi FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE jlyfi-2ts
ades 'of peace that followed was!I! taken 'to' the 'army hospital at i _y. '

not ,a time in which to make too]t[Washington where his diet and MISCELLAJnoUSWashersr.1rons HOUSE TO TRADE FOR SALE USED
loud an outcry and Pershing j,t activities. ,a.'ere',under, the closest House in Washington. D. C- six '
bided his time. supervision.- vacuums and rooms, brick construction oil "
But by the middle '30's it became He vat seen in "public only fans repaired. OTJriai-t, Phone heat automatic gas water heat Model 1940 Ford panel truei Apply -
clear that Pershing's recommendations on a';few occasions after that, avery 1164-M. jlyl-tf er, N.E. section one block from Perez Bros. Bakery,- 1025
should havfc been I .old and 'very ill man but public or parochial schools., White Street jun3Q-lf
followed. Hitler was rising and still ,with:the ram-road' figure ofa Floor sanding done by experts four blocks to shopping district. '
the' Junkers officers were busy soldier< and the square-cropped !I Free estimates given.. Phone Sri block to bus line, 15 minutes 1942, Buick sedan $98000,
blueprinting the next war. mustache of the old "Black 163, or call at 701 Caroline SLjlyltf from downtown Govern be seen at 1311 Flagler. :Aq '.

',"Gla.r.1 .f the Armlet" Jack" Pershing 'who campaigned ment Offices, All basement $178;Ttz
Although illness held Pershing against Indians in the west. with finished room suitable.for -
.to. his hospital room for years. There is uncertainty; about the Caroline Shop, 223 Ann Street, maid's quarters, two Electrolux 1938 Oldsmobile? convertible
... *a special office, with a small origin of the nickname-wheth- willremain open through July refrigerators, second floor coupe, new top-..Priced for
staff was retained for him er he" acquired 'it because of his with increasing stock of new, adaptable- as separate apartment quick sale. Trailer 40Ft.
,through all that time. Located oncV-imc ,toal black frair and inexpensive 5 cottons ,for slip if desired. Will acceptas Taylor. 111.1 D' x
Department the office entrance his liking for saddle-blanket card to S'daily, except Thutsday and West with three bedrooms and I '.37 Buick good c hdiUon.T"Xljr

had above it, in gold let- games, .while a cavalryman or Saturday afternoons., all 12, modem Citizen Office.conveniences.jly5-3t Box I quire Trailer- 23,,Tort. Tap;
:tfrs against a black background for. some other reason known jlyfi-l7t t

:the': legend, "General of theArmies. only to, .his .now-dead .associates. -"J.. ._ .' '
.-" Guaranteed radio expert ,
j J repairs by
*The special act of Congress' technician. Work called '
train SomethingSAFETY .
And Bust
;making Pershing "General of for and delivered. Free esti-J u;
the Armies put him akmgsimg mates. Victory Radio. Service
itch historical figures as Wash- : kit sb Averted 534 Duval Street, corner South nitb BEAUT&: ... '
' f ingtor. Grant. Sherman and.! and, Phone 3<<. v jlylZ-6t

Sheridan as holders of that exalted r I. PEN SAUKEN, N.,J.-A, minute For Asphalt Tile Flob-: .
post for life. after ,a bus stalled _on therailroad 'Swedish massage treatments by
The old General outlived 'tracks, the 'automatic appointment., Phone. 57$.' # '

:almost aU of the great figures of safety gates went down to permit J11H- t I PLASTIC N 3
lie ,first World War, both those an ekpresslraln to :
pars {
who fought with him and against]I'I I Steeplejack Percy P'e.51, Pedigreed Pomeranian white. ,) J
turn. As he neared the mid-,|squeezed through fife bus doors Call Persian cat. wants 'good home. i Eliminates Waxing Easily Applied and :
eighties, one 'of the few of the before Humane Society, Phone
they .
were fully' and Firsiihx
open Dries
Quick To A
1050-J. Non-Skid
Allied- High Command. World sprinted' arlv a quarter mile jly5-2t I Glossy
War I who remained was MarShal -? down"the"tracts, flagging:aridly SOLD BY. f' 7t
LOSTA .
Philippe Petain of France] withhis hands. .f )'
.. Another of the little band of The',engineer, '.
? saw: hmx clamp West Floor
red wallet, lost near La Coa* Key Covering
George contemporaries' Britain's was Prime David Minister Lloyd ed on the brakes, and the'traincame cha HoteL Has important pa.pers. CqK

f' during-,the.VfirstjVvV.otld War. theabuss to .a'halt R. ?a.few_. feet. -:.from.. J Writ.Box. 50' Key,Wtst .132 .lOYAL : '
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: }: BENNY'S : :: TROPICAL TRADER tO IT aadtb.i.b,''ta ba f t'.' MSdSdTIIIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT


'.':.. Motor Court : 718'DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 i..:.i.i....;... ....'.....i...........-........ ...' ..i*" .j.. ..... ........ ........................................... "


.. i; : Ownership 909 Simoulon Management St. ', Nice Selection of" .,GIFTS' '.. .SOUVENIRS' ::1 .- ,; .If iris .Electrical M' M i. .l- ..-.'. POOR OLD CRAIG :
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.: ,:: of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for' the Children :' >5 We Will Call For tad Dell T er, t :. ,'WHITE STAR i: Service Station

'Serving . : SEE: OUR : ( // 30 Years' Experience Sa Electrical Work. ; :- .
'.,. :. .BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 :. SHOWING of Electrical I AppliancesHOME :. I: 'XLEANERS : J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 9134 :

... -",. LUNCHEON..,11:30 to 2DINNER. : .........................:......................: \,.: : 211 Duval Street : : Marco-Mesa. Jr. Prop. :. Francis and Division Stre t> a.:
: 5 to $:30 .. ..:. q... .. .. ... .:.. .. ,' ELECTRIC. TELEPHONE. *41- :'. J 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories s

e .: The Best, of Steaks : r. I SUNDRY ST illi..1 ,s ..:;......v.1 ...... r... ...........i....., J a 822.SIMONTON'- STREET : !.......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...md....GASOLINE.........Deafer"...........:
.I';S Short Orders-Sandwiches: ..?..!,..............i..t' .....................". 5 Dry Cleaning .a...........................................
I : ., e Ai All Hours 5 ': 1207 DIVISION ST.. NEAR COB.WHITE: ST.. : : : bt i

L I; ;-. :: X TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS ; ::, 4 "Your Patronage Invited" :: r PRfi'CH RD Ej' RUSSETS I I'i :S 24-HOUR cind'rtlIinK SERVICE : S' RADIATOR SERVICE' '
and
Free.Pick-Up S.
y: Open Daily and,Sunday, : : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine :. FufiERAL Delivery Servie ,. -NOW AVAILABLE:
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'. 8 A.M. to MidnightI ; ; : DRY GOODS i > : .Roil Cleaning Repairing and 9 Flushing : >t
S.:'.......................... : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies.r :: : J .SUITS:for MEN .: .
Toilet Preparations and ArticlesMUMFORD ': : HOMELet : 1106 OLIVIA ST1tEET. ; and WOMEN : : AUTO AND

:................................................. ;: .. f' Made-to-Measure" : :: TOUY'S
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: :, PHONE 373Specializing BODY SHOP
: .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ.. ... ... a. .. .... : Those Serve :.: i :. PHONE. 282eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee:. : 603-OS GREENE STREET

; ,, :' Who Serve Beat : : : ........ ................................ :

S. 220 DUVAL and STREET ROSS. :. WE- HAVE NEVER ..:,.:. ,III'. :. =,. .. ...... ........ ..:.......:................................. -'
f BETRAYED A REALITY :
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: : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : TRUSTS ; WomcnsandChildren's: i CAROLYN
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: : FURNITURE CO. :: WE: NEVER WILL :' : i SIIONPE _
j S y : 720 DUVAL STREET i Carrier Air-Conditioning: i' ." .''fLOP'EZ.r : I Overuse. Hotel 919 Fleming St. ,!
:. Juvenile Furniture : : AuiLutiiice Service : : : : : DONALD BARBER : ..
: : jor Domestic and Commercial Use : ( 548 :' : : a. .. s .,..
f :. HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : !33 -- PHONES 3150' S. .TclcnlJlc. ,, r Z', l 'J nerl,, 1 :Service We Specialize In

1 : : ...Y...e................................-.........: ,.. 'ever Sleeps ..i:io Appareli ... : tablisbed'.IUIS. ._ : Scalp( Treatments! Hair Dyeing !--t
:. Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ..... ..... .. i S.-i .. .. .. s: '. ALL TTPF": ..rSTELL'S RKI..:''': 'VJT1
eeee eeeeeeeeeeeeeee* eetieeeeeee ee .... ........ ...: i... .. e tri .eeee. i ;j : Phone 175 :
"KIf
r :', -Axminsier. Broadfelt ; ......ri...........:...................a......i.;; 2 Licensed, Funeral 1.-rtU.'U'\T' ..!...".............

; :: RADIOS andAppliances ; p.ircciors i m"td. ..: ......................................55....'.S
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i j tXMtfAS/iR BETTiRWJOR' i
... iJ.: At MITERSt'St : nlialnters '
( SANDING ON OLD OR NEW FLOORS :, :. : ii.. : BEAUTY NOOK 1if. S! 5'
.: S I .'. 4:1l our : Scientific. Beauty Culture ,
i. : Terms Arranged" : 1 GUARANTEED' Licensed ; t: a. .- :' in All Branches f.' ';-;..,.
.. 'OPEN TILL 9:00 PJ4. EXPE'RIENCED WORK :. :A, i r bulcuic, e : Thoroughly Experienced 4S ,
MEN "
' .. MON. and SAT.eeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeee. \ ? MODERN METHODS PAINTING 'Contractor; i:. '.J :Service : Opera tora :
:
,k.: iiW : FREE ESTIMATES -, ALL WORK GOAHANTEEDTelephone ''It., '. : i Soft Water Used Cxcfculrely :
9127. 114 Duval Street. Jefferson HotelElectric ":... +: Pfeine.135 -Night;, S36t Phone 637 536 Fleming St. /

;t ,J.................. J. Douglas Trevor ...........................................e ...t....-*.. -./... !.:. ...... :.........................-.................fi
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: 1 PRICE TOURSPassenger :; 1829 Harris Ave. Key West. Fla. : : : .1 to.'...-.....'..,..e.......-..... i Former Customers. Friends and the Public Invited :
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r ; S : -- : BOflf1POIUT Ranges' *" ; l<; Frances Beauty SalonFrances i
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|; :'' Representative :. .. .. : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical.Appliance*j- .- Park. Owner :
d.. .. S.A .- : Machines for Immediate Delivery I :SOUVENIRS) 1010 GRINNELL STREET
: : la* S F55 (S7+e)A : Washing : .3 : :
Phases
in all its
,. I IiS ::. FLORIDA EAST ................................1................. HOME APPLIANCE. ; ,"i.i I.: -"GOtfCll- .. All'S1HaCOcoANurs SHELLS. ':. :: wJ'' Beauty PermanentS Culture- Scalp.Treatments :

COAST RAILWAY ,: ....................., ............................. 60S SIMONTON. STREET PHONEJl- ;:: ... ... ') 5 Facials Shampoo Manicuring :
fs,. .............:.......................:.....-..9 ". .- I Tor Appointment..........Phone.....1391..........!,
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(IOr\-. .! Mow Located Next :, Save 20% Fire i Insurance : ...............'....-.'......-......_.....'....,............ f ,',:+... ...................................)... .......................

: DR. COBO'S', :, :,,I on m.rc dwellings.a n 111 : F r Landscaping Marl\ and Tpp Soil j 4' PONCES' -:- : : / PHONE 13t,1
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bldgs. household r by INSURING. with \,;... : Marion 140 Duval Street : S
OFFICE .
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: and per- Atlantic Mutual t I fij.I I Insurance. Co. .: : TOP SOIL S6.S0.ER? YARD or Jl.OQ PER SACK' ?1.J *: iWifi :. CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON
t t-'L FLEMING STREET : I tonal effects. : MARL HAULED.$5.00 for.4 YARDS : .' '> J ; SiuVlb 'AnyPorl; :
.. : Rear'of La Concha Hotel : :: Save 15% on All Polid.s Non-Assessable .: :: Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very.Reasonable. : ::>'r'-of /JS.or Canada : : Southernmost Hous. in the U.S.A. ..'
f. a : MercantileStock : : t' : g. Featuring.. .
J.L.CruoeAgt. Phone.674, : "Marcy S. PalacloKEY' :
.. PHONE 124 ,I . ,. :',: .,ao2iAdiiviasii i : \ : .Spot .Reducing MacLEVY: :
-I' ,.....:...............: 4 ..:.- ..+. ....... ................. ....;'...,.....'.....: :' G.., WEICB. r .1' -J.?rt cat 101 SOUIfi.: : -: \. Mechanical Maswip< ; :METHOD : ,

'" .............................................. .! :...........OR! .....ii.'... ...PHONEeeee'e: .., :..- :WEST.. .FLORIDA........:: :. .Complete BEAUTY SERVICE. .{........ \
R . .V)......:...:.............:.......5i.:....:.* ................................... .
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f S E B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : JEFFERSON ..COFFEE"SHOP. ... !' : For Mor. Natural .:
.r. Ride the Bus to the : : lie .DUVAL, STREET ,,-e" .! ... l''-fREAtESTATE : : Hair Tint. :
: GOLF COURSE .: Daniel Prop. Phone 1013 .' : ,Y ing or Finest :
R. M. ,
St. :
822 Fleming : Open Dully and. Sunday', ,' J :' in Permanent
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j 5 5 5 5P.M.161 A3LBERVD A.. ;| Sales : .... Wares .
Cusliman Motor\ Scooters : 1" : '
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Sales and Service :Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE: JJinners :i ,' [ Leases :. : ., Beauty
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Also A La Carte and Sandwiches '. ; : ,. '| r. Rentals .. u .
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!.,' S RIr AWA'Y. ':i ...-REASONABLE.......... ..............PBICEa'......* .*....!. *.?!I"tJ. :J .'/JWanagement: .: ,I S f Colony
: TAKE ; : .. 555..... 5 5. 555.5555.55.. 5..55i5 ..5..o5i.INSURANCE t 'f ::4ntjoted. ,'and Vacant : !!, r. 521 Southard .
M BUS : { S : :.Properties Ja Ky Wed : \ ; Street
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+li : NO.1 : 4 ,: aad_Moan. *County .: < :1 5 (; t Next to Southernmost :
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t1 J. OTTO ''
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GOLF .. l Ctuhman Motor Scooterwhile .: ..#. -: School
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JtI+1 LINKS Il a '.:,.:b paying foe it...and the ; WIND ., AUTO BONDS ,; 5 :KJRCUHEEVER : ': W--7;: '<., r, Y'= All Licensed
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B I money yon.rS over other and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ': i .BLITOlt" : \Y- f; BeauticiansSpecializing
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methods of transportation pays : .' ;
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: : Fleming Street : Y
., : for e Cushman. Come in for Key West Insurance Co ::1 :.. : Have Fun!' tre. information. ,, +. ItrWUtehead Street : :. Phase of ....
r : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB :.' .......... .. ; 318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1J71' '5 t >p?PIioaM U4 and 7U-a .: .: Beauty Culture .
s$I ..................... ee eeee eeeeeee .
................... Directly in Front of Postoffice
\.: e* ... .. ; ... 1.............................eeee.eee...e.eeeee. ...*...ee'ee'.Y. y1 I .t.i.i..i.............. .:.eeee' .Telephone.........SEHABLA 206 for ESP Appointment ANOL*...*.*......:

i .1.. ... .. ...1 .B BICYCLES REPAIREDFORWENT : = tiI. ;............ .., ........aS. ..............................\.............. i:
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: 24 HOURS in Watchmak.SERVICEExperience : FOR SALE : I.BEAUTIFY : .l I .i INSURANCE: I S l oOdWork-LoWPri es I ..
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ing qualifies us to assure : Our Customers Must B. m :' : Your Entire House' with f r: : : D ny.between 9:30 A.M. and 3:00 : ..
I.- you accuracy and depend. : '. i ... OFFICE: :'. P>C-Appointments: are accepted :\ a:
.7 ability ia' repairs. : Satisfied LINOLEUM :j 1 .'Sia'SOUTHARD .: from public by Senior Students of -1 ti r ;;
.. Whether it is the inexpensive : 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE: 1380 : INLAID : -
{ ', STREET : TheSouthernmost ,
seven jewel or : : .
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f is the most costly seventeen : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : or ASPHALT TILE : :| *: ,-sOpp5slta Bus,Station : : .

F :: jewel,guaranteed.infinite car. is always ;..................."................................................. : S EXPERTLY INSTALLEDTELEPHONE ,.* ":. :: : School ,
; :: If your watch is not i-! Pholie; No.1f : 'of Beauty Culture :
1454 FOR ESTIMATE .
t :. '!giving: you. why complete not bring eatfaction. : DRUM BAR and I.- ,.- 1 ':- .:. : 523 Southard Street \ ,4 ::

."Y,. :.. it in? Our charges are ex. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Key West --1, :| :-THE- : There are a number available with over 800 hours :
tremely .reasonable. : of state approved instruction who know the latest
S : DAN VAROLL 'j : 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE. 8112 :. 5- 5.5 :j)Porter-Allen ,i phases in beauty culture. These student beautician
: -We Deliver Floor Co. 1 I under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
: WATCH and JEWELRYREPAIRING : 9 Best Drinks and Coldest Deer in Town : Covering beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Although :
: : ..Companyi : appointments are not required it Is advisable. :
o; :. Work Don. On Premises ;. .Packaged Goods :: 130 DU7AZ., STREET XET WEST FLOBITJl 1 ,:. ., For Appointment Stop at
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xt' t.< : 515 Fleming Street ; .......:...............:::::::::::::!......::::.......:::::::::::::::::::::................. ... .ij :t.i.siai. ...........J '.._._.uu....523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......us..?.._._._._._.!. .
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; : : i FAN-S s500to s49 00 J i: KEY WEStttOUStMdVERSJ. : i.: S

_- J When Yon Goo : JOHN CURRY
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_a.. ... .. 707'ywrrEHEAD-STHEET:
't'w-! ,;Food ShoppingENRICHED- -- -. '.- ; ...1 .; A D.Taylor;. ,tFofmes( Hoksi Mover)..,ManagerS :. :: ,
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I : e'l : : (1 iJn': .e Itrtatc'Id .'c : FREE: ESTIMATES 'crvEH=TELEPHONE 1512I : j PLUMBING
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RepairSERVICE
"' .- fA'"tJ,' i .i .................." ... '....I..t'........ :, Installations and Repairs I S
M I! ; : in South Florida : ............... .....;. ;;. .......,.......;
: I 1'- BREADTh Why'Pay More .When.Yov Cad; BUT. for LESS- : ALL WORK GUARANTEED i
See Beautiful New Majestic End. : and PAP.AS YOU WEA2t. USJ; ; I
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: \ } 11\ Its is ,12M Yatnh "US FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST :
: Foundation of :
I i Today's ; Table Radio-Phonograph. atAl's : : 1IIEN'S'P oJU 1 J.' Biali$10.95 Yalne4 S7.S :
Call Us and Be Satisfied
I'I f I; : M ol Planning lV. : Ladies''Coat Suits -PRK'E--Ladies' Drcsr s, : i

I !.ir :: ... ; rIr : 'WaHav I Music C o. : : GREATLY REDUCEp usAIrivedWhi4! Dresses : i Phones 781 and 229-W i I
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. f ... ,, :. JWId* t e"1'.'' T'-,. LEN ; .. The) Latest 522 Soulhard Street : i. .HAMlLTOHfMEMAmiLE CO; -! :

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BALL LEAGUE .eiconProgram- News and Notes of Softball t Games'Hp'PEDRO ;'l FloridiansI r-TOflAVS(Know IURTHDAYS America) !I! item born in Memphis Tenn-,

City 67 ago.Marjorie .
years
I *" | Paul H. ,Ailing U. SAmbas. j
AGUILAR V > ,', Show I Interest 1 Rambaugh old.time
I sador to -Parkistan, born
Hab-j
WAY SUNDAYRoy I As shown in the latest averages 11. He hss. pitched! two? 1-hit I.! b actress, born in San Francisco. ,
UNDER
.den. Conn.. 52 years ago. 1 59
as released by the vrit2r.Who$ is games. ._ j j!i In Reserves '' years ago
... and ? Dr. Carry C- Myers ofBoyds'Mills Louis J.-TTaMbaucr of Albany.
official scorekeeper; DeWitt 'Buster" f E. Sweeting has won 6 lost:I ,
It fllhl! t. Tfcr filler** Pa. a"noted psychlogist- ; N. Y. noted General Aniline
HamlinElected Presi.1l SOFTBALL Roberts lands in they Class.A 7.. 'He has .pitched:pne 'shutouti I 52
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64 chemist born in St Louis
Pa ,
J born ,
1!I MIAMI July ,15.-Advantages writer : Sylvan j t
Barvirw Park Night League and Joe FleitaS J.nllhe. on'e 2-hit and one 3-hit'games."Frank the' years ago. years ago.
dent Pedro Aguilar IsVice Softball Games of active participation t j jBear
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THURSDAY Class D League. i iI ; Army reserve were Admiral Harold M. Be-
: President and See- Games called oft (due to tall Most doubles totals in the Class' Tynes has !"adehis, de I I outlined today by program Captain Ver- this born Oshkosh Wis.. C4 j-I

Called Off For by F 1 Warren governor-' I A League are hci by Sands.7, but: sa" member of the Naval non J. Fadden. c"mmnder of the years ago. I|I
,; nominate, in Bayview Park Roberts 6. Most tr.pies.'Hernan Hospital team. The same hardlucle Miami military subdistrict.A Dr. Horace _M. Whaling! Jrl i rature- throughout all seasons of
: rotary I dez 2 and Roberts 2. Most home of the Methodist Episcopal the
i that followed him with year.
B tonight. the I greater interest in the organized .
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a view Tonight Villareal 6 Mira and --- -- -- '
: Roberts '
z Senior Basehall: League which FRIDAY runs Veterans of Foreign Warhas' reserve corps by Florid- o
;. was formed last light, will bei -! F 3 each. Mc-4. stolen basaeS tagged"al ng with him with the ;isms, is reflected jn. an increase:: in ::,_ _. '- _- -- KANTOR'STime i't:' f.. ': : :_
Game-VX-t Flyers
j. Sunday atWicker I There will be no Softball ; First VS.I Al. Acevedo 9. C. Valdez 7, J. Medi os. He has l lost the two,. the number' applications for a
i :-J gin playing on Elks Club. : Lewis 6 ani Vifiareal 5. Most
games be Tan .
has to
pitched, losing toKantor's in training
tonight in Bayview Park.i more prominent part
Field. games
;;; i Second GameVPW vs. Adams I times walked: Hopkins 20. Al.
|A. At organization meeting,.; Thegames were psotponed because I I Dairy.* :I I Acevedp, Villareal, Water 18 Men's Shop 4. to 7 and, activities Captain Fadden said.
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Roy Hamlinwho is now a dep- : vas Flyers'3 to ::4- Ri'-ervists have become more Time to 1 kji c .
4\ Fuller Warren, who ) MONDAY i I each/Castro 16. Most times struck Better luck next time Frankis.
.: utysheriff, was elected president nominated for of the I First Game-Bob's, Sport Shopvs. out: Abstoa 12, J. LeWIS'10. ; ,. conscious of the following ad-
governor .
I and Pedro Aguilar was VFW, Hancock has pitched two hut-- vantages, recent weeks tha*) Time fo SWIM
named vice president and secre- state will deliver a speech, at. Kan- .JUDGEARRESTED before, Captain Fadden
t* Second Game-VX 1 vs.., out games two 4-hit games* three lever '. .
t I
** tary.The four team managers Bayview beginning at 8 p.m. i I tor's. Men's Shop. !!11-run i games. i -added: Ft aril I

will act as an avisory board and i The eoflball games scheduledfor TUESDAY- 1 h i| Bremmsr pitched a 2-hi,1-run Retirement pay for officers + -

wi) -run the league. Friday night will be played First Game-Adams Dairy vs. game, a 1-hit, 3-run game anda3hit after 20 "ears' reserve service. Time to Select Your
The first game of the schedule if the weather permits. The first SubRon 4. I f I gams. t Satisfaction patriotic mo-
J; rails for the Pirates and the Second Game-Naval Hospital Harris has pitched a shutout tivesby helping to increase the
fc Marines to start playing at 1.30 contest will be between the 'vs. 'Elks Club. I game, -three 1-run games?; potential military might of th
tlp-nv The night cap will be be- VXL Flyers and the Elks Club.It THURSDAY I O'Neil pitched ona 4-hiij. 1-run -A natipn for defense gainst attack ,
*tween the Clowns and the Naval will start at 7:30 p.m. First Game-SubRon' 4 game. by any aggressor country.
** Air Station. f fr The Flyers if they win will be VJ.W. Valdez pitched two 3-hit;am s. Educational l. value of traJnin"; Swim Wear

Managers Caldwell Baker and within half a game of second Second Game-Kantor's; vs..1 Griffen pitched one -3-Jiit game in service schools in subjects; allied '0

t Dean and Sgt. Thompson of the place and a game and a half from Shop vs. Elks club and one 5-hit gama.: to civilian occupation .. from Our Large StorkVery
Marjnes will be the advisory first place. Henson is scheduledto JULY 23-. : Roberta pitched a shutout .and Increased opportunity for advancement

board. pitch for the Flyers and ,Joe First Game-Bob's Sport. Shopvs. five 4-hit games and onq. 3-hit in national defense
: The Junior Baseball League, Lewis for the Elks. I game -" program with trained men being< c
Adams Dairy.. .
-. which also was formed last In the nightcap, the Vetehansof Second Game-Naval Hospital There statistics includ )games more likely to receive promotion Smart .

,night, will start playing Fridayat Foriegn Wars will play Adams vsl VX-1. -11 up to Friday, July 8. 4 J faster in the event: of national Very (;lorn for table .

2 p.m.Cuban Dairy Both' clubs are fighting 'JULY,26 emergency. .
Club, Poinciana Pals for second place. It is exepectedthat Game- Naval Hospital,vslKantor's Most doubles were hit by: Nelson Assurance to veterans that rightly. Patterned .
Red .Devils and the Cuban Boys.L. Harris will pitch for the; First Men's Shop. J 6, Ricks 5. Pazo. Kelly i Crandall they will not' be recalled tQ tha z

Maloney, E. Rivas and J. Vets. and Bunby Villareal 'for Second GameSubRon 4. vi and Shadley 4 each;:,}n the colorin & lower rank than theyheld SWIM TRUNKS
UStaut will be in charge of the the Dairy team i Class B League. t';;:'; at time of discharge from
Shop.
Bob's' _
Sport
league l and games will be played Most triples: Henriqubz 3. active -duty.Fummer .
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JULY
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6n Friday, Saturday and Tues-. Elks Ricks, Nelson, Dion Ficitas and held training.. whichis
VX-1 S95
,,days at 2 p.m. I How Stand Game- vs. Cuj-onq 2 each. Most home hirhly regarded for recreational ; to s.sOQKANTOR'S
First games will be betweenthe They Club. I runs: E. Sweeting 3. Honer 3, 1 ;values by; many.reservist
: Cuban'Club and the Pals and Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. Shadley 2r Kelly 2.. Most stolen; Pay for borne training and drill

-on Saturday. Cuban Boys; will VF.W.; I bases: Anguiera, Pazo and Fieitas .. periods under certain conditions.
play the Red Devils. I Florida-laterna.onal 8' each. Most times walked: Advanced training with a par
!L Armando Acevedo will furnish Baseball League JUNIOR SOFTBALL .j Ricki J7.Kelly 12 :and Rodriguez. ---- -- ticuJar'unit., thus guaranteeing n MENS

-bats and balls; for all the games Club- W. L. Pct.i Bayview Park.. Afternoon 11. CAP \\tlutClI' peak of efficincv' in team work
played by the Juniors. Havana 63, 35 .643;: and Morning I Hcnson won 3 and-lost 4. He't POLICE JUDGE P.' JAMES should the unit be called i in an .SHOP

,. ; Tampa 58 38 .60-11 Daily play. has pitched 4 shutouts and has PELLECCHIA. JB. Jlftbovd. emergency.
Lakeland ,. 50 46 .521 ------.:. v _. throe I-hit end two 2-hit andlthroe was arrested "at Nertark N. JTuesday .. ,' Renewal of militgrv life on a
: St. Petersburg .. -49 47 .510 I 3-hit gomes to his credit. limited basis with( former com-
m. ) TENNIS In! connection with a and Haberdashers
: Tlic Weather Miami Beach __._. _'50 49 .503; Barview ParK Afternoonand :Joe Lewis has won ten and $630,000"shortage of the Cclum- rades. Clothing
M West Palm Beach 4445 I los tfive. He chas pitched three
Night bus Trust of 'whichhe 517 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDA
Company
Every the United States
Aut
five year
Miami: .41 55 shutouts one 1-hit game, -
FORECASTKey Fort Lauderdale .. 33 63 Daily1 play. 3-hit games. was vice president end produces an Average of five bil- -, -' ,- --
: t --- Martin has won six and lost counsel. lion dollars worth pf minerals. r' .- -- ..--. ,- .-.....'" j
... West and Vicinity: Cloudy ... .
SKATINGBayriew -- -- ------"" or -- ,", -
,with shower and thunderstorms Major Baseball Leagues.
.,loday, tonight and Friday. Mud-I AMERICANClub Park.. Night

'erate to fresh cast to southeast W. L. Pet FRIDAY-7:00: ,to 9:00: P,M. YOUR NEXT WASHDAY CAN BE FABULOUSLY EASY !

:winds in occasionally rainsqualls. moderately Cleveland 'u._ _. -.. ._.45 28 .616 : -.:--- I
strong
Philadelphia ... .<18 32 -,600 BASEBALL.Municipal .
M:: Florida: Partly cloudy this aft- New York -- ._ 44 32 .579 Stadium, Afternoon

O'moon tonight and Friday. Loral Boston ..i_. ._.n _.-..--- 33: 35 .527
afternoon showers and thunfQerstorms Detroit ._.. _. _.___ 39 37 .513 SUNDAY. Demonstration shows FAB gives

over north and west Washington .._._-._.._... 34 42 ..447 130-Pirates vs. Marine U FABULOUS SUDS, even in hardest'water
..poI.tiOl') 3:00: -Clowns vs. Naval I Air 1 '
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St. Louis ..t28 45 ...384
Jacksonville through the Flor- 0. Station. Two washing machines wee filled with hardest
_.__. __.23 49 .319 t' .
ida Straits and East Gulf of Mex- Chicago Army Barrack Aiiernoen water. One cup of FAB wxs put'into washer ont ,

oco: Moderate to fresh east tofsoulheasllrly NATIONALClub SUNDAY- ,*, left. Into the one to* the rifjht-one cup of soap. -
;!.; 2J6t I.', t feotfrwashers ran'7 minutes, ffesult: e y
winds>ver l southportion fWi Tb'be announced., >* 7 washer.
'and moderate southerly Boston ._- m_ .-0. ..-_-146'31".597 brimful of hard-working .dads\ from FAB*

..winds over north portion this af- Pittsburgh: -.un n. _39 35 ,527 .JlnWwmIiill nnl 1IIUJIIUIIDIa Almost no suds from soap. '.
?ernoon, tonight and Friday. Few St. Louis __ .' __39 36 .520
;widely scattered chowers and New York ___...____35 37 .493 .N.G.CS. ay .rT
:-thunderstorms. |t Brooklyn _-.---- -35 37 .486 .w
Jacksonville to Apalachicola: Cincinnati .. .._.-._- ..-.37 40 .481 1021 Duval Street s

3:o small craft or storm warnings.have Philadelphia _...____36 42 .462 DEFENSE FORCES
been issued. Chicago __ ___33.43 :.434 -
PROGRAM

Report Softball Leagues 'IUInnllllmmull&nr mIU1HwwnUUIlWtUD" \yith'.SUPERWenlNG

Key'Wcst, Fla. July 15, 1948 Class -A' THURSDAY i fe
Observation taken at City Office Club- W. L. Pet. 2:00: PM.-Seaplane Base Pool ACTION

8:30 AJtf. EST) Bob's Sport Shop _"n .20 1 .952 Navy Wives. I Ir

.. Temperature VFW .. ._, _.--__10 11 .476 9:00 .A.M. 5:00 PJM.-Sewing _
highest yesterday ..91 Adams Dairy _:_ no _-- 7 14 ,.333 Machine, Typewriter Writing washes everything
'Lowest la-.t night .. ,7s SubRon 4 .-_. n_ _--. _.; 16 ,238 Room. .5how'rs. '
Mean _. 83 FRIDAY
-- Class "B"
Normal :-._'_ 84 ClubW.L. Pct. 2:00.: P.M,..-Scttbal2 for, Navy FASTER, CLEANER, \

L Prrcipitatioa ElkS Club ____ .. ._ __ 12 7 .632 Wives at 'Ba View' Park,'
Total last 24 hours .. .67 ins.' Kantor's Men'-j Shop 11' 9 .550 2:00: P.Mf Prenatal Class. De- c \ /

Total this month 1.87 ins.'I VX-1 Flyers .. 10 ,,9 .526 partment of Health. \ InSiructor. WHITER, BRIGHTER .
Excess this month .41 ins. Naval Hospital .. 6 14 .300 N
Total this year 19.56 ins.) 9:00 AJiL 5:00 P.TtdSewin I IMachine t
$ t than son ...In hardest water!
Esceas this 4-30 ins :.a, gib. M any
; year '
.auuuuuniIIMHHUUII: wwniwwn. Typewriter) Writ-
f. Relative Humidity 4I. .ing Room. Showers;!. :
M
.I. at 80 A.M. Doingat SATURDAY t
... 16!; .
the 2:00: P.M.-Boxing Training. ,
*" BarometcS I.00 P.M. 8:00: 'P-M-r-Dressing -< IL. :"
Lv.l) 8:30 A.M. ARMED SERVICES Rooms,' Showers for Bathers. ..- ,

30.01 ins.-1016.3 mbs. Y.M.C.A. SUNDAY ,. ,
:: Tomorrow* Almanac Jackson Squat). Whitehead 10:00:: A.M.Communion Breakfast -
Sunrise 5:48: a.m. ,Whitehat Club. US: Naval
and Southard\ Streets ,
Sjjnset n_ 7:18 p.m. Base (2nd :Sunday}), fABulous time-and-work saver!! Newest miracle by /ek AlxwP:

Moonrise: .. ... .._' 3:49: p.m. R1iNI018Aa1tUY106WWt{ & lmmRlltlltUJIII!!nNThursday 1:00: P.M. .-r Picnic Swimming _* ._ Cdjate-Patetcfive-Peet brings faster, deaner washIng .
.AJ M>nset .. 1:52: ajn.r Pool. Wiener Roast (sign up
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9:00 P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- in advance). for grimiest opals,work asd play clothes,shirts,

TIDES ard and His Orchestra.. Information ..services,- housing. _, :J rJ
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Tomorrow Friday city maps. towels..eyerytbkg that's extra dirty!
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P.M. and
rj (Naval Base) 8:30 -Bridge. Pinochle Religious literature library. : -

3 .Eastern Standard Time) Movies. telephones stamp.; wrapping and r-i : -! r, It's completely new under the sun FAB with: See for yourself! Roll cotton

T' High Low Saturday mailing -packages, railway, exr i SUPER-WEITIR'G ACTION! sewing thread into a bait
5:45: a.m. 1:18: a.m. 8:00: P.!. .-Movies. service 'laundry pick-tip :
press ; : Super-Wetting Action is a new scientific washing Drop it Into a glass of water.
i.. 7:50: p.m. 11:48: pjn.rADDITIONAL 10:15: : P.M.--Juke: Box Dancing on available td all defense' forces It float*; does not become
.; the patio.SW1d. and their families, FAB WASHES CLOTHES NEW INGREDIENT GETS principle.With FAB,there is no"graying":_soap scum. eompletelywettaralorlgUme.ER .

TIDE DATA MRS.. E.'$, COUQHUNiExecutive Wash is whiter;cleaner.FAB contains a new ingredient Now drop another ball of
THAN ANY SOAP WHITE WASH
.Reference Station: Key West 9:45': A.M.-Java- Club discussion Secretary Lt.NI WHITER, that gets white wash whiter,colors brighter.When .thread into a glass of water

: Time of)Height ofr Group. MISS HILDA CASTILLO. FAB with Super-Wetting COLORS BRIGHTER! you wash. FAR with Super-Wetting Action brings ,and FAB. It sinks; becomes
8ta&uTide {high waterBaLla 11:00: A.M.-"Go' to CHURCH Secretary. Action > completely: soaked.at once.
instanUy'penettatu
Parties." instant penetration of materials...pushes out the
Honda materials; piuhes dirt out. -F.ABeonta1D3a: / *new This shows how FAB penetrates -
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft 3:00: P.M. Classical Hour selections Birds' branched off from the Washes grimiest overallscleaner ingredient, that brinff 'BMp" dirt'! It brings extra-c1irt-nmorin"-poweror eo. extra- materials faster, more
No Name announced. dlrtr'overalls, work clothes..everything wash! thoroughly...futKe dirt out!
Key same subgroup of reptiles to than soap! No soap looking freshness to all famUy -, you
least{ end) _+2h 20m 9:00 P.Fellowship Hour on which the crocodiles and dino-. scum with FAB. Wash Is wash! And FAB.leaves -.
BAcaChica the Patio. Community Sing whiter, cleaner! :
saurs belung. I no egrtytiig' aoap scum.
Oaldes(Dandy Channel Point)-Oh 40m Piano.!lug Beatrice\ Moreno at the '

( endf 2h 10m +1.4 ftoOo 10:00: P.-Coffee Hour
.north G. S. O. meetings (Girls Ser-

I vice Organization), every 2nd BROADWAYCIGAR ; Ft
NOTE1Uzus and 4th Monday.. e 15 !t '
sight Corrections
; :
Game Room: Chinese Checkers -
z_ to be, subtracted. I STORE '
chess cards, ping-pong pool .
:l(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to writing desks library current : :
-61Q Duyal StreetCO1iIZT
beadded.hHour. magazines various table I
.
] etc games.1 ..1 -- (tjJ
.{m> MinuteJft i Showers tennis !>+: I .
)->1 E eet. I.clubs fishing lines, cameras,]1" FAB WASHES CHEAPER FA8WASRES-MES! (ijfIP.
BASEBATJTIPQPUL4.nANp
checking service film service I
Moth larvae live on the keratinin mailing and wrapping packages,!I r ...11! .HARVEST WATER 1WICE-AS FAST! { "

:animal fibers. I I I receiving messages, phone booths, >i; SCOREr 4 E EI
Laboratory tests that X wtPn! Just wash with. -
service prove : .
'
stamps railway express ;I I t 'I -" -- fa H
When Suddenly frightened or 'availabletoSRYICE '' cup for cup, in hard water FAB;t sad ria e. No soap .: .. !"""'" .;; 0 ra

angered a deer can cause serious NEL ? Pf, FAB washes up to twice as fiia to polish away. Even r "? E'.J.' ..l. '- '
damage with its front hoofs. Lesleigb] Davis- PERSON-I' 01Cigars I much family wash as soap. glassware a sparkles! KAB. :: :- -- l milwash2nd' .
j f Alt of TAB washes.., with Bapes.Wettiy Action -ias'.e j
Gerald Finder- and {fdd I '; }; ..... -.
e: dishes
is wasted '
The,, United States produces rector., NothbIg in soap slashes thrvagb grease as nosoap.cando ;5.t. .
I:;: :! !t .'
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mole than one-third of the total' Lillian v WeaverSecretary.Doreen !:; ... ": .<..... .
value of the world's mineral Cruz Information [I Soft Drinks I' x '. : 1'
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I Ask For Permit :shore line.: : \: ; .J
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To Build Pier 1!wishes application to object, .and to anybody granting wh tht I'm to : y, : .
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'permit may write the army e\ my way < %
l At Marathon\ gineers at Jacksonville..
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Dr. Samuel R. MagilL Sonng-
field,Ill,11:,,applied the'corps I cf years salty ago.'than It was million! : GET PERSONAL ATTENTION ,..i. ,

I, of army engineers in this district '
for a modification oi a permit t-> ,! '
I construct: a breakwater and a four Grocer SELLS That Goo ,
, MY BUT SHOPPING
marginal wharf'and to dredge a i '. ON LIST .
channel Marathon.; near his property at', STAR BKAN1ICOFFEE '4" ,
I The wharf or pier he intends AMERICAN '
Id build will consist jof- timber and CUBAN, Specials For Thurs., Fri., Sat. .
/avid rubble stone,with T-sbap-nld Try A Pound Today -- J .
'135 feet, and to project, into''the I t -
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t Choice GROCERIES and fresh MEATS .
OLD FASHIONED COUNTRY ROLL -::: ;7
SOAP POWDER PKG. PXG.FAB .
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32c | BISQUICK ."28cHeinz' t g 4 lib.I BUTTER .


SPAGHETTI 2 cans, 27 ci ;
House .
M axwell LAYER SLICED all for'
i : Joan of Arc RED KIDNEY I OCTAGON S 49c .
: I BEANS can. 9c I SOAP 3 bars 28c scoffee: .
! 1 lb. BACON
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OLD GLORY 2'I2C8fl'' 1.1 99
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cans 35c i ,GRADE AA SHIPPED,WISCONSIN Med.';While .: .

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POTATOES 10 (Ibs. 39c Nlilfor__ d WoIe Kernel ', '. "i,-
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HAMS 5 to 6 lb. Ave. |b. SHe t
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COUNTY JUDGES'I j r "Your HoroscopeTHURSDAY I :- < ... < ',_ --=- -_ =- _: =-__<_ _---. :_ -. <_ --: -:. -. '__-_:.: .' u: :_ --_ __ ;&.. ._-___ ;'.,

JULY 15, '1948-1 j
This is a sympathetic nature,,

I COME HERE TO fond secret of home,sensitive and disposition parents witha anda BROADWAYSUffRMARKET

certain lack of energy if born
in certain portions 'of the day.
HOLD MEETINGS ,The characters'' blend with the
general tendency of the past or,
I the following days if, the native.
S a'r t Arriving During, I is hours.born in the earlier o_r the later I Every Day IsA Table-
I
Afternoon TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES
Early ; Mayor I BRITISH SAILORContinued 1 1I Grade .

3Iaillauil Adams: Weiconir 1 -'! ( From Page One) j '
(Know America) I '
I the injured seaman was resting j NU4MAIDOleo
1793 Almira II. L. Phelps I
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Visitors j well an hour after the shooting. :
I
I pioneer in education for girls
i Reports from Naval Hospital "
Members of the State Association author of popular school tax- |,1 1i Saving Day -
i i this noon were to the effect that
books, born in Berlin Conn.
of County Judges which
Jones stood a good chance of re-j ,
Died July 15 1834. .
meet here tomorrow and Saturday : The bullet entered the "
-j i covering. | Pound>> [
for tneir annual state convention -!; /A836-William'Winter., eminent >I lower part of his back near his I II
began arriving in Key t New York man of letters, I right side. The attending,doctors CartonBeechNut -
West for Uie meeting this after-{critic and author, born in Glou- were studying X-ray pictures to I .
noon. 'cester, Mass. Died June 30. 1817. II determine if'the bullet entered DUVAL (It at the BROADWAY 39cBTIdONIA
Sessions open<<: tomorrow att' 18 IS-((100 years ago) William I his-lung. "
9:30: a.m. in the Elks Club T. Leonardo (Protestant Episcopal -I I IILIRKLEY ) ST.,
annex. Invocation will be by clergyman, Ohio bishop;i .
the Rev. James II. MacConnell born Southport, Conn. Died Mill'I I i
I Sept. 21, 1930.1850fother. j (Continued. From rage One) II I II
of St Paul's Church and an ad-| {
will off-jet the rcsidenI Osage "Sundaettcs"For DEL MONTE\ ;
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dress of welcome will be dcliv-! Francis Xavier I| help ? ( or BOSCUL
cred by Mayor A. Mailland'' Sistersof unpopularity with southern Dem- the Best Ice.Cream
Adams. Cabrini the Sacred nun Missionary Heart of Jesus I ocrats opposed to.' his civil rights ABY FO on Blended I Sundae You Ever'Made '
{Judge Causey Green, president founder, first American to be stand. ReadytoUse.5y .
of the state association will canonized by her church, born in Some observers think Barkley'sage70is JUICE Os. COFFEE 39c
Aortl'Il *< Jars i
i an 'obstacle to his AssortedStrained
give a response. He will intip- Italy. Died Dec. 22, 1917. the side CHOCOLATE, is. 19c Ib. J JarWilli
forthcoming campaign by
duce other officers of the group : 1364-Franklin K. Lane. San' ,
19c
Chopped
BUTTER. SCOTCH
of President Truman. ( ea.
including County Judge Ray- Francisco lawyer, InterstataCommerce ;, 2 PINEAPPLE ea. tic
mond R. Lord for short talks.
Commissioner secretary
AU the judges coming here,' of the interior under Wilson | Big oil deposits: are often 2 2 CHERRY STRAWBERRY ea.ea.1k 25c Regular Grocery Order '
found under domes of salt. No. 2
estimated i '
and it was today by born Prince Edward Island I WALNUT ea. 33c
Judge: Lord that there 'would be Canada. Died May 18, 1921.
60,of 'them, who with their families -; 1878 Anna Coleman Ladd I for for2'7c cans19c ,
COME and SEE OUR PEANUT BUTTERPETERPAN
'will make more than 100 sculptress and actress born .
visitors were greeted before Philadelphia. Died June 3, 1939.: R. 2'7'
their coming by Mayor QUALITY MEATS 19c _I III so LgE: C
In a program; mailed the Adams.I SubseriDe 1.11 The CiUrenmmmmmaama Groceries-Vegetables ; 12-Oz. Jar33c '
the mayor writes: ,.
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"It is indeed a pleasure to ex- ; \ aa We, Carry '
tend a cordial welcome on behalf STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE Adams Lars Grade .Shipped-Guaranteed Wills Hrjiular' Cr cf Order
Dairy Ice Cream ry
of our entire citizenry to the|I I TRIUMPHCOFFEE KEN-L RATION
members of the County Judges: y CHECK ON OUR PRICES I
Association. j I,,l v .) BEFORE YOU BUY 0 DOC FOOD KRAFTS SALAD DRESSING
"Key West is highly! apprecci- MILL 59
ativc of the assistance rendered!,i Jane and Shine No. 2 Crc"CA" C Mb. Cans
at ,
CARTONS: Doz.
the several judges to .
by county 4 for 49c
'! 1 623 Eaton St. Phone 1342 c
local which All Grocers
our county judge
made it possible to meet in Key I.__ _. .. .. . : i _ _ Miracle Whip SSc
West this year. 0 Americas Finest QUarWith
"We ale very happy to act as SWIFTSCLEANSER
host to groups such as yours and LAND O* LAKE I lb.JAR -MtirctdNAPKINS .
every effort will be made to ,
make your meeting and stay in HONEY. 29cWindsor Regular. .Size Regular; ;roeeryOrder
Key West most pleasant and
profitable."I 2 cans 19e ,
am ready to sei'vc you in J' ,* .
'1 OSAGE 'ORANGE'
every way possible during your -
stay; in Key West and hope all L11 .
of you return again and again." CATSUP :
c' SII [
Saturday morning, followingthe '' pl
annual banquet at the South L Oz. gs. : ,- l5C
Beach Restaurant the county DIXIE CRYSALS &BCOJUICE
judges will go to Havana to install 2'btls. 23c 25" 3. 46oz. Can I
officers who will be elected .. :

_tomorrow._____0- '. ', ) ( -
< PREMIUMCRACKERS Limit With Order"
SCOTT TOILET While, It [Lasts _

SERVES THE WHOLE FAMILY T5* x 1000" **% '
7-Ox. Package'
21 W c b slcr s Pure Preserves
Issue S11gt: t Roll!, for. 1CItied 14c .
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I?; Q UIGG : TREASURE Fancy SEA Regular sIIR-[ : r.g.raw b erry


1 Lam ) llcsl"CellophaneWrapped
: nl Thqir 17c
for WhileMeat .
ItI Yeur Protection [ --
For.School Girl Complexion I'UNt) :2 5 CorderBaby

i i i ie : 12-Oz. Package CrabMeat .PALMOLIVE J.\Il. ,

Lima Beans.17 c SOAP

... i \" Regular Size -
,GREAT ,12.0z.. Package: 2 bars 19c

J I Northern Beans. 17c Regular' .
I Flat Can CASHMERE BOUQUET
r I 12Oz. Package: SOAP -Mu I1E1i1E-

; Navy Beans .. ... 21c 45cDailf Regular Size '

Atii. i 2 bars 23c Wilson's Certified :Tenderized SKINNED


c Garden Fresh NEW 1948 Shank End, lb. 4
SUPER SUDS c
6-1 b. A\eragn
Ali Large Package U-UAM

ftd 33c Cull End '
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(.Ih. A\erase C
TOO// For School Complexion .
MONEY
AND IT COSTS YOU LESS PALMOLIVE Ii
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NICE SIZE 'Shipped Georgia Crash *A' Dressed and Drairn
California PINK. MEAT SOAP .
ii. .
ci/T-ur: -PAN-KEA n vArmour's
Bath Size
CANTALOUPES 2'o.29c' 2 bars 27e

FRYERS. lb. 69(

Fresh GREEN Your
Will Shine
Pepsi-Cola goes 9 long long way.,It's g' Dishes .

your-best buy in a soft drink 1 Get CAB jE o. Sb. 6c .VEL Slur Tender SKINLESS
U .
.
Large Package
in the ,
Pepsi today handy lightweightmetal '

carrier that holds six big bottles. a California; GREENTCPCARROTS 31c FranksArmour's ccno-p (kcd Ib 49

Eqjy to buy easy to carry easy to :'

: .store in the refrigerator. I It" 2 evacht 17c Beat OCTAGON For'Heavy Work Star (for !ftoon'Day Snacks)

:1..'. -: 6t ; .ilc.lifomi.: ,
I 1 SOAP POWDER Braunschweiger r-Ib 49c
k' II I I YELLfw LargPackag* .

: '00\\\\\ .1 a ONIONS 2 Ibs. 17c 24c
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1\\e \\eVl'-c.tttt. I; P'L Rosa CLEANSERRegular"AJAX" BACON lb. 69c
t'\e\G\' G'o\e
;:-J l( d avo\ y.. > MS. . lb. 23c Six
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." 1 No Other Store Offers You ''MoreDelivery\ Low Prices More\ Days A Week Than THE BROADWAY!t!t!"!!,

<: ", Now.Available, Furnished by'B.&B. Delivery Service .
v f Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. Long Island City. N. Y. 1 __ _._' __ __ _
,.:"; '.' FRANCHISED) BOTTLERa f>tpti-Ccla Battling" Co.. of Key Vest 0 II-. ", -_-__ 'H_ : _> ,_, ,=., _- ..'_..= ____ _- __,_:::. We Reserve theJRifht: to_ Limit.Quantities __ _,_ -.- --. > '-" _' __ ;;;< -.. '-,
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