The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00198
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00198
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To ActAgainst i I ,: t I t Crowd In Bayview! ;Barkf+ For

Jews And Arabs MF II I -

g44t w ifY r It t Support In May 26 'Primary

Aim h To Slop War In s, II -

Palestine; Jens Reported r tir 1I7 I Yr' I I L Y WEST COOLEST

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U;, Tae ".._...... + t 'COUNTY JUDGES TQ WARM SPELL.
AVIV. July'16.The Jewish Fuller Warren, free of all

command today Ksujd: a com. tension was: in a !hap
muiuque 'in .whicb'.it was sak 4 ASSIST I mood last night in Bayview
that Jewish planes had bombed .
[ Ie, where he expressed hi"ratefulness

Cairo The Egypt.government what damage of Egypt had beer dinotareveal < T I In Speech 'Today'': 'Before k- county to.for the the people emphatic of

done by the raiders, :but-..Instead i Ii I Convention: i ; "i Here 'Fu- Wcsl May nd primary they gave on hm May in Ute 26,
announced Egyptian.,plane: I i made him the Democratic
had bombed. Tel Aviv. t 1. tx lure Governor I'letlgcs;
Ik for Governor of nur-
(It was announced' .:-"at: Lake 1 > I If I Arrest .
Succe-s.$.. N. Y.(1f d.Y.Y' that the, 1i Aid ':I i ;
Coming back to thank the
a vo-
United State h=-'I'fr"naxed to reft Jt i .
Shot At s for what they had done for
*: the Arabs and. Jews'to discontinue Legislative fiction will bsought : !
.' as Senator James A. Ftank
fighting in Palestine, i -by Fuller Warren after hn
: of this district
said that. Great Britain sflv -pointed out
was : County authorities t
bccamcs.t'ovenlor for ac- tablishc -a precedence in ifo:'-
with the United 1
France had joined
tion to relieve ":'thc'shockinot waiting for word from '
condition" election history. Senator
States to have the! order pw! i ts 1j
j :of the Florida,, State Hospital pital ss to the rendition observed that it was
effect. '
(The warring nations will h .at Chaltaho chec. he told ter Jones, British Navy understandable for a can-
directed to cea..e. firing 'bv 8:3 ; 'k ..1 the Florida Association "of County man who was shot in to be pleased in addie -
pm. Sunday. Eastern Standar %S- ( t II II I Judges here, today.. street early Thursday voters while he was seeking
Time. It was said ,that the Jew I He addressed the County Judges taking; sny: action" in but it was altogether out
art d"JJO"'rd"' to'abide )bv the or convention today in the Elk John West who fired [ the ordinary for him to return
der hut that the Arabs era dctormined Ii I II It Club Annex:: after breakfastingwith We-L captain of a tell them personally how
to continue fiehtmr/: 5 I D ". ,J. H. Terrell., superin- said'that Jones and he was for the support
Should, they adhere' tn that d- I..t' Ilrov".a.: I tendent of the Florida Stats Hos- ish sailor, Edward, him. instead of telling
terminal'ion, the. tIN will in">V I THIS WAS THE SCENE AROUND THE SPEAKER'S ROSTRUM Wednesday night during wild., 38-minula demonstration< after pital. and after the president of tampering with an- so in a general statement
.diplomatic and economic sanctions President Truman's name was placed in nomination by,GOT.,Phil Donnelly of Truman's native state\ of Missouri. After the Presi- the association ; Judge Causcv S. the driveway of hn at his campaign head
against the Arabic nation', dent's name was put before the convention the bedlam continued well.over bill an_hour at.Phi. delpbi..&' ,Convention Hall. vhe.re ,Green of. Palatka. made a strong Eaton street. and called .
'engaged in the war. and shoul ,the ,Democrats: are holding their national'connAiion.. .' \ '. : ... I I plea for financial relief' .of the I'halt before shooting twit With that tension gone, Ful
state hospital. 1
that measure fail ,to bring abot If the hot proves fatal Warren was in a happy mood.
I his breakfast with Dr.
the Toauired ,results, forr ma- ': Dunn than West faces the n< quipped on several occasions
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lic employed against the Arab t Terrell Warren was told 'by the of arrest. Jones' <<' evoked roars of laughter
EITHER RUSSIA: BACKS DOWN f : i!| hospital'; superintendent O that described as "fair" today his heaters. A cooling
there now areS.21 patients at
val Hocmtat where he w from the east swept over
Lopez Appoints in dilution and thaJt'there are right after the shooting' ,, park last night, and Mr. War-
only 11 doctors and too few : .. ..
O-ln'l "* tor.-I "f

0' Rote{ Committee: w OR FORCE :COMES INTOc :PLAY II tients.n'irvc: .to handle.told: that many. pa-- county Department yestcrdnv Chief bv Jr-r, duly, any while appreciated reflections he did not it on lie wish other said to

Dr TsrrcU the governor:
,1'nrtiliv. Jop" :Jr. prr'i'' 'n' tlltat, the stain paid salaries' below I said today. He is held. of Florida, truth impelled
,>T the ,Rot rv CHih.. ycsterdR.phsfes I lh* level ?"f: sixth' .or.'s ni7ati'.ns passing charge.Johiisou, to say that the weather in
Bnriflllnt'r( hfo" hal t app inter IN A, R E ABE RLIN': B'l OCKADE I as the Veteran' *: Administration West was the coolest he had
Florida the
in since
-mmiU.-s spH that vies' or' of thp. ravw* L
,ihs act ivitie" 1 ... .. ; avI spell began several; week
.r lh" r F y whv doctors" end fl'iN"*? *"1Htav
!" ct.ir tb<* next ''*nr. (IbiII i ,..is.t: ; YIriH, ,[" Aboiii Flsliicr I I'laltrs! Hut* nt lit th.*fate institution. And then he added:
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4'' TheM:; theeuninitta(' "' ***-*- --> =. Parliam] Mind y Tro not telling you
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.u.wrc. ;
PJUr t bhat I
named: "S'" eslcriT'lJT H k RcKista' I:!; 5n. terf, (' rtt'e3'". If W'ar.ren 11)n ::- Liter.- Dr. .Terrelj t-: in r mJtin"In there: *)lot any hot altu

c Club{ service. llorH( r- O'TUnvocational Ont To Kn lMi liases: ;" I ; LcaVCS ; : addp"s hP.fon the 'County I Coindr' Ctrl, A. -:. .patk,' but'that's the kind of
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:r"rvir'\ Jeff t Jlxlai; >1' Association\ ; : said that beactually I who was executive D.sI.t'K you dq .not feel you hear
Jr.i; commnnilv rrvif' AnthonDemritt } 411,. The A._.-i.lr< rrr."l needed 27 doctor to rim West Naval Station for
' ; International r! M-.Irr: BERLIN::July 16.-New warnings were issued today by .the' If .r. ; Sanford At: '-11:30: A.M. an: institution of th. W, CurrY nart"" youth ChirlrTa1 .". leg been, his nw n-
Soviets to the Amenta'British and French commands ha'th 1 city said the! onlv way to'etctthe staff! fist of i' trip to happy
r- rh-sificotinn 1 : Jack H lava bout the the leading to and from Berlin Soviet up In full fnm was: for the state- where he will enter in any event, but that tie
use .airways by
membership Everett r.I'P..tf.n. Altltt J \'ES AIICAD! : 0 **r
his hearers his
.. to provide better salaries for doc- of the Chief of Naval Op to' tell
: Alfred' Dion-- f .110' "ghtrr planes engaged maneuvers. '; had been increased
,The tvalninb' implied 1 threat of of coiiisirn bewciairtTilH'and' ri,!'. I : .Crap\ 'of the: Timcg-Union of toranl nurses.: Temporarily CapU .
Fhin CPrr".M'w'nn; pnhlir'.inr"r I : a danger TIMI K: ;.YESTuitDY.: :I < JuHgr, Green told the sy.,->j'- told place at the station' l when he heard
mation Earl j\rtlOm fiotarv. ir 3o\iet Allied plant; that arc bringing suppItCH tthetwestern Jacksonville! 0 {I
; .: lion that. th* countv juices had I taken bv Comdr. W. B. he had won in Monroe by a
formation J. .T, Trevor'' attcn., part of this city. it n .. :GHKrTlED{ : ,.' 0 BY .MANY Greeting ,Warren, on his' arrival rhargr of the commitment of ITSN, whose job at majority.
,jinro Motion BcrvwlHiro9", + in- But the! {commanders of the Al-' ; : i i were Monroe: County Tax nearly all patients to.the.hospital has been that of first: "The reason for that feeling is
End ..T..tifcr niral-nrlMn nf\lP'i Hnldrr,. 'ic*.'announced' their. : :delcriruni imnt hers" Due'' i..4 : .K.Y': WKS'IKHSfruljcr '.: ,: AsbCbbv'r Claude Gandnlfo. 'State Ant l that the't>r*; ni7atu n should I Later Citpt. FiUPTald- far to seek" he said. "I de-

John OardnT: a&It iori to continue separation thofreighl .. '.: Representative Bernie :C.. Papyr insist thai the 1043: loffislaturo act present ,at the West that feeling toward Key
B M. Duncan I : Warren ,
nuaintanre .left 'by
; :' : private to -ltove! the hospital l.I come here to be t and its people when I fin>'
budge Jerry Trevor.Saryer' planes. Only two t"OUrSt's', Here Tomorrowrtepicscntativ ) ::""airplane.at' 41:30 am today for Monroe County Clerk-Elect Earl I< "Th.y can stop the'censtruet of the station. for governor in 1910. The
f action seemed to ..irn'ain'onewith '
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the Russians and the other 'Sanford<< 'where! _he is scheduled Adams,. Assistant State Attorney! I >n ,of so nmny. road and I shown me during my
BackCity George. Smath-'" to'make a" hank-you-for-your- Curry: JIams;' Monroe County highways and give more money here at that time I have
\ with the western bloc of nations";* : Funeral For
I. Judge Raymond R. Lord.' Monroe t In r>p!r.te the state hospitaL"raid I! forgotten and. somehow I
-the -di.--continuance'of the bloc- ers wiU arrive in Key West Prom votes': 'address'.this.. afternoon. ; Judae Green.' "Those un- '
Counfy Attorney Paul Sawyer, I a sort of close relationship
Building Inspector Errol '-<=n ate Jo rtucissny, atri Xq ape{ Miami at 2 p rav tomorrow, City Later he will continue his trip Warren's landing fifteen minutes fortun-tei who ere rent to the I S. \ Monroe county. It was
V. Sawyer who has been ill for ing. of force by. the commandersof : ho" .l need better cer e )
Commissioner Louis Carbonellsaid through the state. prior: to published ,time. of in*ane T>it for me to know
several days today returned to the three western nations rep- today. ''. His airplane arrived earlier arrival caused many Key West- and attention co that manyof' i it Monroe, our southernmost
his He said he feeling resented in Berlin could be rehabilitate and Sandra Ann M<-
job. is Smathers will leave t here Sun- erS to miss seeing Florida's next and faraway Escambia
much betteruUPSON It was pointed nut that the use day-afternoon. After relilrnmg to than expected yesterday. It got chief executive Judge Lord a r..it back to work for a living.: months' died July 10 in (Pensacola), our westernmost
of foccc may 'Ica<1 to violence Miami, Smathers leave here at 3:10 p.nv. whereas the warm the Previously Hr. Terrell had liPid val l Hospital. ,j l I ,
Will supported in primary ,' gave me a thumping TTIJ
that eventually may. lead to waragltin..t scheduled to reach that the other problemsconfronting : Funeral 1 services were
ship was among
Tuesday for Washington lo attend elections was one of those who it1 with 47 counties between
Russia. ;
the special of Congress Meacham Field at 3:30 its missed Warren. : flip hospital wa lark 12 in the chapel 1 of ,
session : on nearly meeting J giving me m.ajol'iLy votes
BOARDat (Wa-;;hington reported today
all the 1 Home.
of '
that 60 Superfortresses arc on called by President Truman !light from Naples. They made Fuller was just about to drive of space to take care I era Chaplain ,!'! "That circumstance make.; meeel
the .institution.J of the United State
cent to :
heir way to bases in Great Brit- .on July .26. the flight in 45 minutes. away In a station wagon .that l lack patients of facilities for handling tuberculosis -. atrd. I:I, I have merited what I told
STRUNK LUMBERYARD i im. and that they will be joined' While here, Smathers will With Warren was State Senator had a police'motorcycle escort of J J patients and spare to' The deceased H RJcv people during the campaign)
few squadron of play a round of golf,at the Key James Franklin who represents Frank Caraballo and "Buster"Cerezo 'I I was an all-Florida candi-
in a days by a handle the large number of her parents. Mr. and
TELEPHpNE 818 C-54 Skymaster that will h"nc; West Golf Club pne of the players -Monroe County in the sen- when he spied Lord driving -I 15 of ace. patient I pm McCorkle. who And when I am eketed
the number of big bombing will be Dr. John B. Hayes of ate; Frank S. Wright, Warren's up in his car. Warren rushed ."A. ;young over bov!'years or girL deficient Eliza street : (Continued On Pace Eight
planes to about 100 from the Key West. Carbonell said. campaign manager and Joe (Continued On Page Three)
aoninnuuiniunnnitntuiHiniRtiinnininnntnmtbOi .. _. I mentally should not be housed -----
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TO *FEKDERS United State It was expla-n-d; with older people." naK Dr Ter-
/ Spray end CN SSIS-. I that the nlanes will engage in. a FLORIDA WOMEN BACK GOV. LAIS'EY FOR PRESIDENT rclll: "The youngsters always:" FOR SALE-'46 BRADY'SCHOlcTlPOULTRY
It saves buying a set of lender1 series of maneuvers" arraner- !start trouble and then the firM '42 Plymouth. Club
ments for which had been made: i jihm'! vfi know "c have ji fight 3-Ton Reo Stake*Truck '
Lou Smith Auto Service
hv the Department of War mire our hands. There sh' nld hoe
White at Fleming Phi No. I than a year ago I.Ion F..n..rat building for th'young. NAVARRO, c

Opposite! Array Barrtrk ." Opposite Bus White. ..t Phooe MO
-:-_'.....?...- ... Wa'lTt.'n. introduced to the ae- .........AA.A_ .. A-
POOR OLD CRAIG lr SE ___ ...xH tion membor+* bv CountJudge yt-, .
Raymond R. Lord of Krv
SERVICE STATION __ + W.-t Hon ma-* a speech in

KEY LIME PIES I,i.Francis. ..at r Division IM HK Oil. n Phon.ntvr. 3134r s t Sr 'e 'r tt which Continued he promised On Page to Eight."> oarc-: Special Please Don't -

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Grease. Sorar Summer
T..oj ET US Change Yp n:1lpersa1 Fall Asleep At Our liar

.. fur Salnntny __ .... .f 'a :. rr BODY and Remember the contortionist
and MARALOYMufflers.\ f who dreamed he was eating
Sunday Jr 4_ rC I. l"rs" ;.s ': i REPAIRS dried peaches and chewed his
MorningCENTRALPHARMACY' t t r Tail and Exhaust Pt off in his !!.
r iI t ,, Pt'si ear ; ,, sleep
I for All Cars i PAINTJOB, & )( / :
P B lies aciv t. Roy's Key West Auto Parti t (All Makes ef )

trCZ tl !\, 'i. 1 C in= : ;:.-k.h.:: :: : I 111 Duval St. Phone 442 Monroe Motors .WEAVER'S
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,.' .- .. ? .I_ .('.r..r"' U..aal DI.t.l.. Your Friendly Ford 1 ,, 1 gel ; '

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...b.U&\k--TIlf ,T--tIG-: Palace] Theater
Borden Ice Cream tti ., r JOHN N. HAYWARD'
Ss New. and Serial Keys Optical
Luscious, Yelrety GoodnessIn
the Distinctive Burgundy Package at 110 DUVAL STREET. Near Florida National Bank

." .r I .........-- o.mjre !. P. s.y. Wishes To Announce Its Opening

Nevy :Armayor'sLA 'AP' WII'.pilow' TWINS GARAGE

FAROLA SUNDRY THESE FLORJDA.\WOMEN display bulion booting 00;. Laney of Arkansas for the presidential ... .......... ...........- .-........1 On Monday_ July 19th
I nomination at the Democratic national convention in Philadelphia. Left to right Mrs. Mary D. itae DLYAL.81" Puns B id. .Lenses Accurately Duplicated .Sun Glasses
CORNER of.WILXLAM STREET and WINDSOR LANE t Sullivan. Tampa..Mrs C. E. Sheppard of St..Ajgustiae. Mrs. Fred T. Nooney of Jacksonville FOil 8AXf -lS4S FORD .11 '
4-Door Excellent T. L. AMY, Optician.
Sedan Condin lion
and..Mrs.James..H..Black_ of JacksoavQIs.
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I tile i\.ey! lUr5t Qitinit! '. '': ; Radio: NEDS'PRU'I.- G MACKENZIE: Trapped OnTrestle2 LEGALS irv ;:r-.

Published DaDy Except Swday. by Programs t _
0 L. P. ARTXAW. 4>waer .d P.Mtahe .. President Truman, after his nomina- THIS CIRCtI'OtR'l'OVT517<<

NURXAN O. AHTM-1N......- Ma..*" ,................ ... : Die F.I.K\K\TH Jimritt: CIHCHTOK
From The Citizen Balldlos .tion'a; the hiladelphia convention, was : .I Tire: STiTK OF FLORID
Corner Greene and Aaa Streets t\ AND FOR HOM4OR' .rn"' "-.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and have r ::: IV 4/H%\4-KRV.'
Monroe County reported to his "sleeves rolled up"for NETWORK PROGRAM! 1 BOSTON, Mass. -Two sisters Case- \.. 11-473 -

eastern: L.ca4 Tim*. 0S.'cswtrai'Subtract were killed and a third seriously HAROLD ,... SHAW.
Inured;; at Key Weat Florida aa second class matter the campaign to be waged for the pres- on* H.ar, for *> unttn' I injured when two freight trains Plaintiff H' ::1'a.
subtract two hours. Some Meat stations DIVORCE
MEMBER OB1 THE ASSOCIATED PBB! $ idential election next November. change hour ot. rot.ya flacMe"'e. moving in opposite directions] HELEN SHAW. _
The -Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to I local .. Last minute pro. four children Defendash
use tor reproduction of all news dispatches credited What will be the outcome of his fight I warn changes cannot be included. trapped on a tro.-t1e.1 ORDER OP Pi'0L14'.CTIO'ETO '

to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and 'I The dead were Virginia 12, and : Helen Shaw

p tUo the local news published here. nobody can foretell with certainty even fRIDAY. JULY 16 Patricia 14, Lyons. Chicago 572J West, Illinois.Sth Place

.. SUBSCRIPTION! BATES! Joan. 17, the third sister was TAU are hereby required to appear
though: political think the -
One Tear -$1..., experts: Republicans fvomnf09 ] brushed by the train wht}?' the Jo the Bl ll for l""fI flied against

Ix Months Leo will have of'a *.- -X ws Report, li llin.-nba yho In the-above My'ed cause "n or
something were'struck di
walkaway. two other girls
Three Months Lie .Newscast Every Uay-cb.. before the !9th day of August. A. I).
.i Ime Month 1.00VsskIy ,But this is not the only time that one Network Silent Hour-abreast reetly. 1948.! other win1the allegations cm,-
Kiddies Hour trpeat-bo-wost. 4
...15 Clifford who tainetl therein. will be taken V *osfessed. \ ,
:Network Silent (1 Itt.mbs..t1.lddte. Briggs 1ft was

:; ADVKRTHHIG!: BATES party or the other thought it had an easy Hour (repeat)-ntbs-wufct with the girls, was not'seriously I'tone. and Orrtervd at< Key West,

.. :Made Known on Application ;tjme in :winning. Blocs of votes going for C:15-Sports:' Music Tim*-oba hurt. Florida. this SfU day of July, A, Ijt:,
Report on X>N- bJO .' 154*.
SPECIAL NOTICE one or.the other party will)) change the results -Musla Time-cbs-easr* I Circuit CourtSeal
..,. All readlnc notices* cards of thank resolutions ':45ewecaat. by Three-nbc Ro.. C SawyerClerk ,
ct reepect. obituary notices, p!' etc, will 'be of the election. Democrats, for instance Lowell Thomas (repeat 11)-cb* I I J1 ; LEGALS of Circuit Court. .
I t.arged for at Iterate of,10 cents. line. 70-Supper Club-noo-bul. ; ny: Kathleen Not tare, > _
ftotices for entertainment by churches froip which claim that the labor and farm vote- The Lewis Show-cbs Deputy Clerk, rEVRIQCR
r revenue is to be derived are 5 centa a line. N.ws. and Commentary-aba i T .NOTIPR FYIrEB FICTITIOINOTICB F:. KSQrtNALDO..,
The China Is an open forum and Incites eurslrn of publla Issues and subject of local or fi1S IS IIKRKUY GIVEN jl5S.ie-22-3a,194e! '
-News and Comment-nbo
general Interest but it will not pubKth anonymous Both parties are claiming the greater part Dally Commentary-abe cz.v :* that the undenolg f'd. desiring! .. \ ____________
in busIness under the fictitious
c.cmmunlraUona.MEMBER News: Dinner Date-mbs engage t\ THE CIBrtIT COURT nF..H
of the women vole. 1:30-Music\ For Tonight-nba \iame of "Key West Ho Jerry Wayne StewcbsLone 70T VThltehead 3t, KeyWent. AMI FOB VON ROB' rot."TJ..1
Claiming and getting are' altogether Ranker Drama-aba Florida.. intends to registerraid !VT4TK' OF FI.OHIDI.
Henry J. Taylor-rob? fictitious name with the
different. With 50 million votes cast clerk of the Circuit Court of Monroe ro. ('IItafFltV
no- T:4S-Kaltenborn Comment-nba : : T' < ..* %.. I1-4S* H
News Broadcast-cbs : County. Florida. MOOX.:
: @ 1948 body knows, with so man conflicting issues Sport Comment-mbsOO Dated July 1. 1948.J. Plaintiff.vs. .
: : __ ___ ;; ;.O 0. Hamilton.
I Ic Id
at stake, whether Dewey or Truman -: -Paul' Lavalla Band-nba : __ : ; _.e.5O' Sole Owner tmoBCR ACT1OJAMES 1I
Mr. and Jane Ace-cbs TALJUOB: littoN,
will Fat Man Detective nbo jcl %-l-I.n.! 1948.rv .
get a majority of them. Besides::; any- Always' a.Woman--mbs ORDER OF Pl'BLiriTlOV IVfendant. .

thing of national l nature may: change the .:3O-To' B. Announced-nbIt TWR riBetrr ror- 'l' OF I TO: "I -'-
Is Alwavs Albert-cbs ; THE RI.KIEVnt JIII trend of voting. It may-growjin': political This Is. F.B.I. Drama-aba Cliti'tTfl' Opt THE STATE' OFrv tiretina.lrglni.t .
Leave It to Girls-mbs ..,
J"LOftIO" ANI FOR Tou are ,hereby rrqulred to appear -
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST efficancy like the faux 'pas' about "Rum, .:5 --Billy Rose Comment-mbs HOE (C\TT.. IN ('ISINtEIIU. to.rhe Bill Complaint for dioroe _
9.00-First Piano Quartet-nbo Cane N... 1I-401 ,' In the above tried rau" ..n
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Romanism and Rebellion" that beat the Guy Lombardo Music-cbs: -c; : A' i _-_ CHARUnS E. HARRINGTON.. the nUa day nf Augu..t. A. l>. nu, _

Break tbe Bank-aba t .... Plaintiff. otherwise the. allegation tb..r..t
Republican party 64. -r-& ------------- -
years ago. Uabrlel ileatter. Comment-mb* = : : vs ill V )RCFO will b, taken as confeoned.
A ':15-New* Bl'Oadcaat-mbo ELIZABETH WALKER HARRIN This order to be published once'*
1. More Hotels and Apartments. remark here and. a remark there 9:30 Lyman Waltz Time-nba; \ Yoitr Horoscope; TO.- f. week for if.ur C"On.-U wk _

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. frequently change of The Summer Revue voters. Politics l !
and Sea. groups The Sheriff. Drama-abc Key 1 \ ORDER OF rt"OL.r.'TIO' published in Key \Vent.Flof _______
h 3. Aiiports-Land To Be Announced-mb. FRIDAY JULY 16 1948 The *
not be TO: ELIZ.BF.TH1ALK"; Ida.
may! or may "dirty" but it is
Consolidation of and HSi- HARRINOTON. Pone and Ordered thin Ulh'daJ'1Jor
4. : County : Five-Miante Sports-aba person born this.day is liable to : :
surely undermining in its implications. If CHI Henry News-mbs Gone' ISIS Shelter.' Road. July. A. I>. 1'4& *
City Governments. be but rather
10.00-Phil Baker Quiz-cbs Days By shy impulsive, generous Norfolk i. VirgInia
: 9. Community Auditorium. those implications. create prejudices they Dance Band Jamboree-aba and fond ,of mild adven- Tpu are hereby'require to appear i8F.ALJn....... C Sawyer
:Meet the Press-mbs to the Bill of Complaint for 'Jerk ...f'the Circuit Court
may result p swa'ing. millions of voters. 10:30-Bill Stern Snorts-nbc AS. TAKEN FROM FILES OF II ture. In some aspects this is" a divorce In the above styled causeon Monroe County, .I..rld.
Dick Jurpens Revae-cb* THE CITIZEN OF stiong character! and., if other as- or' before the Zoo day of .%isglist. By: (sd) Anne 4*. LonRWorlh. '
Nine time 'out of 10, prejudice plays a Tex Benek Band-mbs JULY peels are favorable it may pro- A. 1>. 194*. otherwise the allegation l*|.uty. Cltrf.\.
J5. 1938 therein will* be taken arconfessed. TUO\AS; S. CAnO -
10:45-Pro and Con-nba *
major role in the way a man duce a noted personage: Look Solicitor for the Plaintiff. _
or woman l1:00-Xews. 2 _
... Variety. br-cbs
MONOGRAPHDear votes. News and Dance Hour-abc Ouwwwnuw1nuuuluuuHunuinumwnwlnAlmost! I out for trouble in middle life. Thin Order Ix to. he publishedonce JulJtI3S: AUK; 0. 194! !*.

.New*. Dance Band. X brs.; -.mb. 200 This will be overcome. but the a weekfor four consecutive --- '"

Folks: For all)) that the outcome of the election ":'-News'A Variety to 1-nbc in Key Wtt: jjassengers yestertiay" on arrived the!r result will depend much on the week newspaper In The published Key Weit in Citisen.the City a t\ THE AOTI4KTO('IB<'LIT ,'PPKH 01'BT OF TUg<

have been saying that the 12:01'-Tanclnw.Cortln.i.s.bwtSatinday exercised" "at that' critical of Key WeM. Florida KI.K\K\TH JIU1C1AI. rn&*'..I'r"II'
People may be a walkaway for the Republicans steamship Cuba for Hjlva'na. { care pe- DOVE ANTORDERED this 1M tHE XT.\TB OF VlAilliit. ..NM "

; Welfare Fund of Monroe County is a and then again if the Democratswage ,' f nod day of July A. I). tl.S'! .* FOil MOMHIK rut NT. I''EIC'
E. R. (Doc) Lowe who has been :; misnomer because there are so many a stiff fight the Summary: i Clerk of the Circuit t*.>urt >.. 11-443 .'
Republican leaders
Eastern Local Time. For. centralSATURDAY justice'of the peace at Tavernier|J LEGALS Monroe'! County FloridaBy MARY MI.LA AliEN; nOtnSJIITH. -

items of diverse nature in it. They are may be surprised; when the .ballots subtract one hour; for mountain for-many years,, has Ananged to'' : (-"<1)) Anne C Longworth I tIKNKVIKVK: ) : AIMSNWAKRUN. ,_ _
.ubtract two hour.- Deputy Clerk. :: SAM! M H.OSMITII _
wrong;' it is a welfare fund for one individual counted as leaders of both parties ha'ebeen deliver a series of :historical accounts -}. 'OT'('.: or rAE.l.I\(. FOil niunNtic ALLAN B. CLEARI' JR a.. Administrator of the
.- weekly abmi\ the Florida i! Is hereby fel\en to whom, Solicitor fnr Plaintiffjul Estate of I.eonor X. Alien deceased. -

and the taxpayers as usual pay surprised many a time, JULY, ,TJ7 .1'Keys over radio station WKAT! It may conrern-lhat on th.- 3rd day 2-9-K-23. 1948IN and PAULINE S.
c nt August A.. t>. 1948. at 8' /O I'. tin \V.-\RHI.ow. -
the bill. Consistency, thou art a jewel Moraine; at Miami Beach. j the Monroe County Court Hou..e. I-lalntiffn. FOBEfLOBK-
THE 4-1114 I IT tom IIT OF Tin
Key tYcet. Flarida. the Hoard of VH. OF nOItTECOli
t.OO-The Story Shop-nbe '-
;:. THE ORACLE. Advertising is I Commissioner. of MonrtwCounty. il.K\ HNTII Jl n"'lu. 4 1114 I IT W'-\t.TF.R! V.IIAIT A..lf '
especially good when Shoppers Special-abo 'ounty
The Recreation
WPA ( Department IK 1HK !HT1TK OP FIu..n". ____
Florida will"open sealedhide living: hU unknown spouse, and .
-Mind Your'1ianner-rabe *
prospective customers have money to 10:00-Frank Merrlwell Drani8Db4Red \ e/ has arranged to. giva ,a ce:; .i .for the following work lAMI l\ "U"\FOH"'KMt.a V0\ton. : 40-\Tl. if dead, bin uikno) n spouse, >u

spend ; this means it is good Barber Clubhouse cbs ries of swimming lessons at the-1 Th furnishing and erection ofa (' \.. ll4-::1 and hU unknown helrnatiawlegateri' .* '
now. Ozark Folksmba10:30Archie chain link fence at Kurt Tav- devl-iees grantees.creditors
Valley Submarine Base to 'r- West!. lor. Klortda In accordance with \V4T.L\Oi H. KIRkK); and and aU other partiesclaiming
Andrews .
Drama nW
J-LI: \Snn'BlIF. K1RKK. Dmilaintlff
boysandrls ,, plane pnt hlPdI'ropo..l Chain interest by thtl>uP.and..r ,
Mary Leo Talk cbs 'fi.r.
WEST MERCHANTS Tailor ;; *. '( : .; It .. n II' Link Fencing around Negro; wit. or against the raid Walter -
man condemned to die in the electric 11:00-Meet the r b1eecsnl R..rpallon Area at Fort Tay"lor. *. SlIT TO Van llallnma. who I.' not
News: Let's Pretend-cbs The.)keel Vie cabb .s hooner.the Monroe .... Ql lET TiTlEGEORGE known to be either dead ualIve
chair fftf Kev West County.Florida"
complained of the heat. The hot .Abbott. & Costello-ab W. p.OnJon1'an"; '
-and specifications a'lpr..r.arPd !' et al.,
Movie Quiz Show-mb. Thompson Enterprise is "t 'JK\N RORKRTS.: his!' wife, ft
Local business men tell us that many t C. U Halley. County Defendants.
seat bj
will his patience .
to the limit. 11:39-Smiling Ed McConneB-nbo hayingconstructed will be laid 3 Surveyor. al. fIN 1\

people in buying, consider only one factor Junior, Teen Miss Club" Drama-pba-cbs.The ... .. on Monday. 'twenty: frames t '{Copie of. specifications and plan > TO ppt-au Defendants.OTI'P TUB NAME OP' THE STATE Fro .. _
aid all thenecessary old information F1AIRIlA:
\, made qf Spanish rri'ilhogany. willbe'put.inplac'h IN TIlE NA111Till': STATE:: ,.
FOR SAFETY Afteiwoos4 be l obtained I from the
in trading-the price. Losing sight entirely IN BOATS t !y may
td frl"frRltoA .
sho& the outline -: Count Surveyor4onroe Countycourt I : Walter Van Itaitema. If lIving .k
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... 12-00-Theater of Today-'cbs TO: cnOROK; \\. ROBHRTS nod
of the importance of quality -.and ;Junior, Junction-abe I, of the slip. i4yfpujmpre..trpon'deposit- house'of Kpy.t.$5!..O0'whieti'will'!. Florida! beturned 'JEAN ROBKRTS hM-wlfeC. .. dead his unknown bin unknown spouse ixpbuse.ao4 add's'his if :

The : 12:30-Coffee With Congress-nbo 't -aiies will| be attached before Aiipf'rsonn, having or claiming unknown heirs-at-law lexm
without appreciating the services ren- summer season; -offers opportunities ({' upon return cpeclfica- ;
Stars Over Hollywood-cbs any interest in the following -
fc the'B lankjng bejjins" -4 1 (lonn and plans.it ateex. viReem granteefi. oredlior. -.
.American Farmer abo
=- dered by the merchants in Key West some for, water sports and millions of peo- 1.00-Farta and 7iame-nbd- J* f f '\;; ''f't f :--- ..4.Urt\ I the All Countv bids must Clerk) 'he on in or the before hands!8:80' of lying described and being land in Monroe situate -- claiming: .: and:interest all other ky. throuicb.partieA&*<. '

.; people glance through a catalog and snap ple find enjoyment itt boating, fishing and Grand Luncheon Central Broadcast Drama-cba-abc Ethel Ernest rJlurfjJl{ whose E". M. on Tuesday.!' August 3. 1948. On the County Inland, Florida of Key to-wlt WentWrut : under or against the said \Va,- _
column "Law jfot tbe'jLadies"* The Commission reserves t4 etight icrVan Haltvma, who la no.t
,Alan Lomax. Ballads-mbs J .]
and known William .
: ; at "bargains. After paying parcel post, swimming.The 1:3o-EcJ Talk-nbo : to accept or reject any. and on known to be either dead (*"
appears EJ: a weekly feature A. Whitrhrad'!' Map of !
insurance and waiting days for the newspa'pers constantly relate To Be Announced-cbs* all hid. made pursuant to this advVrtfsement. said Island delineated In alive > lion
mer- accidental 'Speaking of Song-abc The Citizen; has been informed | .
;- Dance Band Time mbs .. that her book of the title Key TCest. Florida.. July 7. 1948.Ross February A IX illS an part lAwrence nettlingif living, _
:: chandise: they do not come out as well as deaths of individuals who lose same (' Sawyer c.f Tract Eighteen:: (II) butbetter hi. unknown spouse and. HI _
1 45-New. of Overseas nbo .
: .
= """ has-been,,.adopte! 4 * they imagined. their lives through mishaps in the water 2.00-Vincent Lopez Musks-nbo. "t ntary "" Loin Six (61) and Seven (7) hh unknown helrsetiiwieg-
TO text by %be Florida State sinners, ;Monroe Countj Flor-
.. Give and Take Quiz-ob* ..
.:W Hl The Citizen has Maybe small boat is taken Fascinating Khythm-abo College fO "'Worri :' y Ida JI9-1C,194S .. ateee grantee
never appealed to its a out too far More Dance Tlm&-mJ\8'\ l1: I Eighteen Oil), according I torn. and all other parties

the I Has ram m thevel>h claim iisg interest by through _
readers to trade at home merely for "pa- and runs into rough water. Possibly, a 8:20-Veterans Series-nbc :- Sawye'i.aughter l> PUB riMCtlT ('O"HT OK TIlE Realty Company recorded In tinder or against the ..aid'l.ivf4rence '
Miss Lois of I '
The Country Journal-cbs* MI.K\K>TH 1)1(101. 4 |H4 Plat Book I. 42. Monroe
triotic" reasons. It has never blamed any swimmer attempts too much and fisher- The Guest Hitching Band Show Post-abc.-mbs Mr Comeha Sawyer. Eaton and I .I ITOF FMJHIU. lTOH \ .%M> County Florida page Rorordi known eitJlng to be ,either who dead is ": ..
person for .buying what is needed as men naturally accept tne'perils of boat- 3:00-Nature Sketches-nbo *. William streets->d .Z dk. Daniel ; Cll.%\ri-.lt MfMlOK; I. .(. >nn i io. 4 the'nmnCnclnSat North Sid; of a Von point I'hio-on alive :*'

Overset Report-cbs Harrison, IU."*.w re _mprriad <'5e \ 11--1" I t..r Street diMant Routhwrstrl j t
j All claimants under of the ..
cheaply as possible although it has attempted ing. Piano Playhouse-abc any
:. To Be Announced-mbs thc morning iq) the<.firsMetho"\ BENJAMIN T 4H&KCRT.Plaintiff.. ) from the Corner of aforesaid parlien defendant,

.,:. to demonstrate that the local It might be a good idea for those who 3:15!Swanee River Boys-nbo? dist Church by' the. Rev. Joe I, v... Whalton One and hundred Von PbixtcrSrerin and And all partien having Science Adventure-cbs .
merchants deserve as much considerationas use boats on the waters to understand the Tolle. ; e f HARRY J. nF.RKS-OF.RKi' Thirt)'-nne! ", (US! ) fret and Claiming; to have any right,
3:30-San Francisco Band-nbe -
his If all. '. and It dead Three :
5_ ; wife ( ) inches and running title or>interest in the propertyherein

a stray catalog. To stay in business Key Safety Council's boat rules. Ppr; the bene- The Cress Symphony Section Parade U.S-o\-cba mbs Hour-abc.v- '" The Misses Florida- nd.Sylvia !;"devisees their. respective legatees.* unknown grant .....heir creditors -. ttn-nrr direction in a Nlnrtyfivcfret Southwrptfrly .......rla..L _

\Vest merchants must meet outside com- fit of those" concerned, we: call attentionto 4OO'-Musleana Sports of-Chicago-nbo" Pinder. 11 09 Southard /strest, who I spouse jr>r other: parties and >>i* (0) inches; Too and each of you are hQteb5rt4._, _
claiming Inv through tinder or thrncn at right ans1e In a. advised that MARY I.II.LA ALLHNJOLTWSMITH
Dance Horse Race-cbs have been visiting ,Miami I
petition but it is ; in aj either of them
obviously unreasonable them : Charlie Slocum; P..ace-mba against them or Northwesterly directionNmft OKNKV'KVB ALLBNWARRKN.
week, are dueto return tomor-j and'ALL >-thrre (9]) feet and SAM M. tJOLPSMlTil as!

to expect them to do more than this. .After you have made sure your craftis 4:30-To-ro Be Be Announced-cbs Announced-nbo,* .- row. Another ..sister, Yvonne "PKRSONS I Sit 40) inches* : thence at Administrator of the Estate 'ofLronor
HAViNn. ORCLAIMING. right angles In a Nortn- X.' Allen deceased, and
= Local merchants guarantee their safe, don't overload it. To Sports Be, Announced-mba Matinee abc now in Miami, wilt go to Tampa, ANT RIOHT. TITLK.' easterly direction Ninety- ATLINK 1 S, WARDLOW, as plaintiffs .
= for a \week' before returning t> *R INTKRKST IN ANt\) tie THK five ('i) fret. and Si. (0) have instituted a 'i>ut a"aln..t.ou.
wares, giving many money-back guaran- Rowboats canoes outboards and :4S-Church Servo (reptCODmbs5CCDizzy home. !i FOLlXWIXO K8CR & B K I/ inches thence at' right and each of yi-u. In the Circuit
Dean Sports-nbo i,LASIJ. to-wit; Government lx>tOne anKlmr' in a Southeatrrly
Court nf the Kleventh Judicial Cir
tees. Local merchants give an adequate other small craft should avoid rough wa- Stake Nes Way for Toutb md-abe-cbs i (II of Section Twent>-five direction Ninety-three! (91) rait of the Plate of Florida, .",-...n>lfnr t
: Treasury Today The in an (Ia) In Township. Fifty.niae (59F fret and Six (C) inchea hack Monroe County. for foreclosure
follow-up and service Take Jv umber-mbs-east says ;
repair their sales. a
: on ter and the ,wash of larger vessels. > ; South or Range Forty, (401 .aet.tngpther to the point 01 beginning of a morta-afrv-and other relief withreKpvct
!S:1S-Lassie Dog Drama-nbo editorial paragraph: ; ,
There is much to trade than with riparian rights, Tou are hereby ordered and required |o all the followinaparcel pigcfo
more allashlight.emergen' #
-. Alwayscarry: S:30-Doc L Q. Jr.-nbc "Put off until tomorrow only I containing Twenty-nine (I') to file your appearance on or'tract of land situate, lyin'g

the price. Quality accommodation. service cies are usually 'unexpected. Melodies St. Louis to Matinee. r.member-b4-cbs .. that which' is' not worth' doing,'to-i.acres.more ouJftYt.Florida.or less situated. inMon.goe above Aua-UKt styled ITth. cause A. Ii. noW VS48.pending/In the I end being III the County of Monroe.3tate .
: of Florida, and -described *A.
and personal consideration come with If boat capsizes it is usually True or r alse-tnbtf-eaft, day. Defendants.NOTICE the Circuit Court of the Eleventh I follows viz:* ,ii& n>
your B-4V Weefelv r.omm..ntanr-aba I TO "PPE'R Judicial Circuit of the State of Florbla. -

.= goods bought! from Key \Vest merchants. wiser to cling to .it until help arrives, if it -,----"---- 4 : TODAY;SANNIVERSARIES:' .1 I.IIN rhTATB.TUB OF: FLORIDA-NA11K OF: TUB Chancery. (in and herein for Monroe Wallace County In B. I Lot*(7)numbered of Section'Six Tweniy-eldbt(i) and &eVrn -

There is no price for these in a catalog be- remains afloat, than to try to swim any TODAY IN HISTORV,.. .... .TO 'THE PEPENDANTSHARRT ;- Klrke and Eleanor Abbe Klrke, his I 42$) and the Lot numbered! t>n, JO.:3
: J. PERKS. and- wife are .plaintiffs and the above (I) of Section ThIUg.-the0 cause a mail-order house cannot deliver distance. (Know America) I I PERKS hi* wife if alive. and 'if named parties are defendant and In Township ttxty.ftlx' () 1\;:\
(Know America) dead their rrpr1ve unknown in default' of such appearance. a : South. Ran ce Twenty-eixht '<2S)
them with the goods-it takes a Key West I 1769-The Mission of'San Diego i heirs:: devisees, legatees grantees Hecrr Pro Confenno willbe entered I East of'the Tallahas Meridian -
first of the 21 mission ((200 yeara: ago) Cyrus or other parties Said
settle- i'creditors-iiponsea. agaInst you. cause wa In Florida, containing On*
;r store to do so. Who remembers when the- rising gen- ments on the Pacific Coast dedi- Griffin, undeservedly forgotten I claimlngby.. through tinder" or instituted a. aforesaid for IS.purpose hundred and eighty-two! acres UI:
of' against themor either of them: of quIetIng the plaintiffs'title and
Virginia patriot, last president fifty of mil
eration was considered incorrigible by the cated by Franciscan Padre Juni- 'and. ALL, J/ERSONa HAV1XU OR to the following; described acre, ot.u'r: the Official r
Continental Federaljurist I tn
TO PUT MEN TO WORK perra Serra., Congress :CLA1MINU. ANR RIGHT. TITLE. land nitiiate. lying and beingIn plat of the survey of the said .*
adults? born Richmond I'OR INTEREST IN ASP TO Till Florida, to-wit
m County, Monroe County. : land returned to the General
: 1863-Capt David S./'McDougall. Va, Died Dec. 14, 1810. I-FOLLOW1NO DESCRIBED On the bland of Key Went and I Land Office by the Surveyor .&j'
commanding U.S.S. Wyom LANDS: to-wit; known ..\\"ltllam.A.. W'httead <'renr l.

It takes a lot of real wealth to replace -I NO RIGHTS FOR: ANYBODY ing, off Japan'scoast; t. fires: at le2l- -Mary Baker Eddy the;, Oovernment.1L't' One 41) of h Map of said island, delineated I Being the same Iota 61 land
a- founder of Christian Science.j Section Twenty-five (25): in In February A. IL I8I conveyed to James H. Lane hy W .C'
machines and other plant equipment and silences three Jap warships Township Fifty-nine (J') a. part of Tract EIghteen (U) toe United States of "
I and six shore batteries i born in BoN .H. Died in Newton South, of Range Forty 44*' but better described a* follows, Patent dated July 14th. 'rr.: '

: as they wear out; to launch new industries An organization has been, formed to better treatment iiy.orderto for Mass., Dec. 3, 1910. K a..., ....g..tIHrlIh npanannichts. I....t. Six t C) and Seven tip. and duly recorded September
get for containing Tarot> Blork Five C) of Tract Blcbleen Ith, A Tt. 1S92 In Deed Book
:: and better processes which means more persuade Negro men to go to prison rather eigners from the Japs. 1848-(100 years ago) Eben nine (Z') acres more or less, (IS), according- the lAa- "R", page 4*< and44)7: ) of ? ,
Rexford. Wisconsin writer E.I. situated .In. Monroe County gram of the \\Vbb Realty Company Monroe County, Florida Pub- "
goods more jobs more chances for everyone than obey the draft law recently passedby 1882-Died: aged 63. in Springfield Florida. recorded In Plat Book I. lie Records; )
FIL. Mrs. Abraham Lincoln thor of the Gong "Silver Threads I YOU AND. EACH OF TOare parr 42.: Monroe County Florida -
a to get ahead. It costs an average of Congress. widow of President. *** Among the Gold" born Johns- hereby required to file an appear Rrcuril Comnw-ncins at a EXCEPTING from said Iota a ""J: '
; :nee: in tbe above-Mjrled cause before ,. point on the North bide of Von trip of land one hundredfeet '*< -
N. Y. Diet Oct i8
around $8,000 to equip one worker in The on'the 1915 The Panama Canal first burg. ? 1916.$ i .
opposition Abased failureof the circuit Court of Monroe fhiKtrr Street distant Southweotrrly .wide, being fifty feet in ."'tlt..J
:; manufacturing. used by a U.s. ship ofwar., 1863-Fannie B. Zeisler Chi' Cratnt-r. Florida oa .or before the from. thr. Corner#..fWbaltoH on each side of the center line -
Congress to eJiminatt all segregationin pianist the foremostj j 17th day nf Au. usC A. I). 1948. to and. Von Itiistrr ,of the Florida East Coast Rails -
= No royal family cage among( a Bill of Complaint brought S4rrm On* Hundrrd and :Thlr'tyninr way as formerly located and -
matterwhat kind of economy .is the armed forces and the proponents of killed. pianists of her born in Aus ,
age. against you by Heajamin T.n. ( ) ) fret and Thrrr conrtrifted across paid ,.. ,
In operation that wealth has to be inves- the movement that unless President 1928-Congress restores to the tria. Died Aug. 29, 1927. bert, for the purpose of reforecloaInr (3) incfcro and rnnnlna- thence lots. r.ea-"I ; bad jo; :' :.j
say that certain mortgage dated Jm a MithweMerly direction deeds recorded In Deed nook *
ted to make modern production possible. Truman issues order Indians their old border" \ privileges -I 1877-Ivy L., -Lets famed pub- October !C. A.' IX 1821. and filed .VInrtjr-nve' (93 fe.t.rtd Six, V. page }*. .to 37*, Incluslvev .
an prohibiting segregation of entering. Canada at llicity man for the PennsyjvaniaiRJl for record In .Itorlrare Hw.kB" Inrhen,, tbmo at right ancl**- and parr (13 to tie Inclusive. ,

:: The American wayS i is to promote : saving *that:young men ot draft age will Will. ,. John D. Rockfeller and I I 4. at Page 87."_of the Public Records in a S..rtJaw..rly. -directionN'melythre Uonr e County, Florida, P.bXe U. *'
of Monr* C..ntJ' Florida (SI) feet and Rip.1C Records. ,' >
=- and investment attractive 'through fair be urged to join in a .civil. disobedience 1934-Beginning of a general other notables,. born Cedartown, I encumberingoTernment Lot else ) inches. thence nt rihf 'an* ; 'l

strike in San Francisco. Ga. Died Nov. 9. 1934. I iV.W)! of Section Twenty-five (S3) in tftff jNorthraterly dir'I _- Tow sad each of you are hereby
=- rewards.! movement. .. famed b Fifty-nl. (SI) South nt ien Ninety-live Sal feet andS required to file your appearance iiiI
1887 Floyd
1942-Historic Little Steel Gibbons Range! Forty (11 East togetherjs >is (I) inches. ,. thence at right the above entitled cans on Unn.Jt.lajr. <.
We doubt if'the movement gets very Award by the War Labor Board. journalist apd war correspond- js I ..riparian rlgntm. containing angles; In a S Milhet! tclydl- the nth day: of July, 194 etherwl .
Twenty-nine (Z9> acres mare or rrctloa Ni_ y-threr (SJ>)> fret the Mil ., complaint tlleditL' *
: Death is 1943! -Allied bombers drop eat of his day, born in Wa.-kiig-; :,' **
one thing that convinces far. Certainly, there could be nothing CT less rutuated IN :*l.BraCaanty. and Six fe. Incite.'batk' to the aid easer wit) l>e taken as c..7.Jv5frssrd :
;- millions of leaflet1 over Italy ton, D. Died Sept. 24 19391 Florida thelSrtMi the allegation, point at ,",< some people that the world can get along I more foolish than for young men to refuseto : with a P ve1t-churchill. mes- of said worm Bill .f (-_...taint'w.n It Is farther 'Ordered that thin It l I" further ordered that. ittlf; '
:; without them. Subscribe The Citizen. be taken ae confessed by y..... Order b* published onee a week; *otlc. toappear be published one1
to the Italians to the to
register because jthey do not agree with sage stop ated at Key: West KloriUa, the for fo.r"'Cn consecutive weeks la lurinC each week. for four conceeurtlvewerks
war. I l 1Mb day or ul". A IX 1,45. Tbe Key Went ("Iti_. ftewp.- IB The Key West CKlien, .
all the laws passed by. Congress.. If every 1944-American invasion armies that Greek Mission of Americanshas (Seal) Rasa C sawyer per of reneral circwlalion pul>Ii;hed t _.spatter published In Moaroe" '
An Clerk: Circuit Court of MofcroeCounty In Monroe CwantyFforda.. Bounty Florida. ':3
:: intelligent man, who knows what citizen took this view all halted Ger- right to advise the Greek
upon public temporarily by Florida, DONE AND: ORDPP.Kn at Key. ooxi: and ORDERED at Ker
J he is doing and why, is often'mistaken for mans in Norman'ly.1945Iflstoric'first. Army on ways to. fight Greek: ST"'l :- West Monroe County Florida( lisle tVrmt.. )I.nmC..anty.. Florida", this!
questions and reserved the Tight to determine atom bomb I guerrillas. :'. t FIoren. E. Sawyer.Pepntr lith day of July A. ft 194S lidIr ..y of Jose, A. D ml.4SRAL .
:. a pig-headedr stubborn individual those : Clark. (Circuit Court seal) Rosa C Sawyer ) ROM C Sawyer ,'rri
by the laws toobey, therewould be experimentally exploded at the .I 1947-Government reports incomes PACE and AMMERJ4AN.Attorneys Clerk" ., the- Circuit CnartBy Clerk of thr- Circuit Court, in- and'for

b ; who do not know what they are doing or"why. no government and there be no Alamofforda Bombing vljonge in of "white collar" families for Plaintiff.* : PUrene C. Sawyer J>. 42. Monroe County State of rtorMaT' ''
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last than did inc Lauicrfor Bldg. John C- SawyerS By Florence E. Sawyer e
rose more year .. pi.t.IIf.jur15Z13Iug,1$4Z,
rights for anybody. --> I ,Jllaml Florida. litltor tor Deputy Clerk.
n .. S 1947-Secretary Marshall states mes of other workers.. j1& 16-J- ..;all&.lUi. _- ju.)17I'U.l > "I'* ".
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uNtrftlaiua. dlIIIIIIDI! _iiiiiiMM ttittuiilitiittltlriiascaalittisiutdtttfi_ _

y ''i vas 01 C& tllY Judges

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1.7.'.e Temperamental Key; West Following the l\J i i 1'r

Weather "kept .:1 questi 1r'k' ladies again Were taken
around the"days' proceedings for by'heal representatives'
the judges lad lti!., hut 'did not .Who took them on a brief 1)
dampen their spirits. seeing four The .tour; I
Many did' not check in at LiCdhcna 4. ride from trie Atlantic
headquarters until late the Gulf of Vixicp, Via
last night of early this morning street. Other. point of
and much. of the morning were the Old Bahama'
preparing for the afternoon's ac- floated to Key West on tY *,
tivities.They. from the Bahamas in
:' assembled at noon and soythernmort point In the.
were taken by the wives ofmembers States, BayviePark
of the Monroe County memorials the turtle
Bar Association the home of aquarium Convent of M ; AP Wircphoto via Radio: f.vm Home)
Mrs. Raymond Lord. 1104 Division maculate and the U. S.
street for buffet luncheon.
-.,. -. ,_ ..- _._-- a he left the Chamber oi Deputies buildIng in Rome. He was struck b:,thit bbl?
,' To 1i. t1'l1es tn.an ambulance outside the Chamber of DepuUts building witH hil.niS 4

Navy 'Wives: Club Intimate "! bert" shortly sites the shooting Pellet'seized. Antonio Palliate. 25. a fierr. Sidl- J1. .if. .
the attempted assassin. ,

,Holds MeetingThe Dr. and '\,-s. F. S. :: h.. __.__ __ ._..4
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Navy"Wives' cfutfSeld an and Marlene children and Igg Sandra)', 1014, rvic |i I WILL vou.$. UILE:? Four Wive One

informal meeting'Wednesday, ,Street. have recently I ,
arid made'plans for A' Iuncheo3:tin from<< .a three-week Some Break J -
Bayview 'park Wednesday, They drove 'to S tIP'day : Divorce: Prison
July %&, at 4ioon. ', *. visited Mrs. Carbori 1l'., : :
They also were reminded thatthey ters and their husbands, e (: The owner of the 'country Dews.
prenatalclasses will hold' Mrs. W. W. Demerit .' ) 1atiQn,.foe--a-"fl1OtarI I, paper went home to dinner smi- 'FLINT Mich. -- James N.
their'second: meeting' Friday at and Mrs. G. W. Evans 1 { t rot/ili ,Police De- ;;;, ling radiantly. .' Hamm, 25 went to the altar four
''f-id...in the ,N.C.C-S. hall. Canada Calif. n'th L bq ;held Saturday, I You must,hav a bid some good limes- and to the divorce court
; 'I
hip .they" took the lon 'secretary 'bY' I fortune -this morning- ," greetedhis only once, and so. hs was rvccn
? the wife. ly convicted'and sentenced
J'gheesCard Party yon home and visiting Death the Valley. -] (! Board, .announced ; ,"Indeed. I did" announced-the three to four Tars in State Prison
only requirement i? owner. "Jim Smith.'Vho hain't for bigamy.BKYGLES.
The Ja hees' ail must have maid his
their weekly .card yesterday.party* whichwas' .Mrs. John R. Williams t year as a police pa- years, came subscriptjon-in and stopped\!.ten his ......... ..........
ami is the
held at the home'of KayFaTaldo limits the candi "
voted to hold, business with Mrs. Jennie B. de mbers'. of the Police paper. :;, : : ,
daughter, Mrs. Osgood r -
ni&tingJ'either before'or
after 1 The American (
912 Fleming street or KnowJJothing -
the card parties for the remain J ) Party, which flourished Repaired and Rented
der of the summer eliminating LEAVES
in the 1850's was"the first native
evening meetings; Mr. and Mrs i Frrrjr pare One> American organization of. iU Also>> in Stock-NEW
A "decfrtljion commltee forth Johnson, 1404 Petronia station and
wagon kind the predecessors of the
Hard Luck Party ta be.held will leave tomorrow for enthusiastically; American Protective Associationand BICYCLES TRICYCLES
Friday'August 13, was named. ning .Georgia, where : town with "''War of the Ku Klux Klan.''' WAGONS e SCOOTERS
Its>,, :'ernbers .are 'Ann Cobo KayFanaldo visit their son-in-law and : airport were Sena- j jI:
and SKATESOverseas
; Jforma Dopp Sand Anita ter, Capt. and Mrs, J. ahklin of Fort My- I t '.
Sweeting. ridge* USA and their ;I Berr.is A picture of a 16th century*f
Cycle Store
hospital ward in Parts shows',
prizes for the afternoon this'ity.
Bridge !
Mrs: Ae. who 1 1sta'ing that the patients were, placed 920 Phone 1389
were won by Lbrrie Pepper. Sybil ,Concha Hotel War St.
Laurctte Pierce Ann Cobo and. with Mr*. IVT- E. I !? 'bY a group two. in a bed.- '( .>.--'- -'. '....... *......4..V....'....

Addy Lqubscher. 620 Elizabeth street left I ns.' including En- v ( rlitrrtii'i, : e' 81 . se
day for Albanv. N. Y_ | Jude William
Seek Divorces 1;she wilt reside with County Solicitor. Al- : : .CongratulationsPOLLOCK'S
Jerry' Ashe. ,'Jr., C. Curry' Har- ,
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state attorney. At I 10 -
Petitions .
wee filed yesterday seeking in divorces the office I-I Miss Helen Harris, "i Andrews. .Edwin. .
of Circuit Court Clerk Ross been spending a week I a Y n r A. Maitland .'
sign and Mrs. -H. D. Jo -V. Sawyer. .
c. Sawyer by Christine Lillian ) to
Mon; against .James Talmage South Beach, left today : ple which ,Warren"r on flie -. ii .
Moon:' by Margaret E. Ceanga .home in' Freemon't. !!! tE'I I I I thu' astically were
against Peter II. Ceanga; by Lou- t i Eugene Sands of : Opening of Their New Store :
Sands' served
ise.oS.Carpenter against Richard City Commissioner i ai
li Carpenter; Kathleen Follett Louis Carbonell will i i lthon campaign : WE EXTEXtf' OUR BEST WISHES
Andrew for New York city .
against Douglas Max day
well Andrew; and by Rose Martie'JIoofnag'e they will spend a -----, Is" FOR TUEIR .SUCCESS a
Hartney' against tion. They will meet I II is the centre and or- /A'. THE FUTURE r
"'* at and H.M -r' .
Ifoward ..Nef Hartley. daughter. Mitzi. who II
"*-tin,.. he"P. Mr ,,! small in comparison' DIll
i s the earth thoI \ .
; Schwartz since her
faintly and Cake f ,
truni high school this i I I only fvo-bjljionth' ,t> .
.enOrgthe-- sun", has
""Sea-Finigee": Coodiettes Club Carbonell will also .
: 0f '
wilt hold a' homemade, candy Lion's Convention on ,. Compm"" II
27 28.Pasteurbed. f = n -
and cake sale at a booth in front :
to The Citizen. a M. B: ammmotimuumnnmauumnaua,
of the Palace Theatre. Saturday -
JuT"-beginning at 2:30'p.m.. milk is I II......... ."'. ..'.....*; ..'...a..i.. .*..............ti.ti.:.4.... '. :
The Hub js planning to hold ed to not less tlftiri 143
ine;of these sales the second Saturday Fahrenheit and held at i

,of each' 'month, hereafter.Doing perature 30 minutes.dlHHttf"HHIIIIHIIIllllllfillHIKillHUlin". : PuBLI APOLOGY
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t. at th 'I 1021 Dural Street i > ; .

MIMED-: Y.5I.C.A.SERVICES i. HE1FGNSE I -. hill;Vo t. Arrive In Time for tha OPENING ,o/ OUR SAtE'tO'

JackMn S Uazs. Whitehead PROGRAM .

:A' '4Qd,Southard Streets I IfWh .: !:.. ':: HAKE AMENDS TO THOSE WHO ,WEftC .APPOINTED :

linumu l FRIDAY I : _,
FWday ,; j i 2:00.P.M.-Softball for Will''B Given on, Alt(Other Males of Watches for

8:30P. l.Bridge., Pinochle and Wives -at Bayview

.Movi s. Saturday. .>: f". t 2:00.partment P.M.-Prenatal of Health 'HRE'' DAYS oNLY i

8:60: : P.M.-Movies. I tor. ..
10:15, P.MJuke Box Dancing on 9:00 AJU. 5:00 .P.M. .. Take Thlt
'the''patio _. 'j i Machine, \ AArantase of Exceptional 9 Offer today i
Sunday ing Room. Showers. .
>:45AiM.-Java Club, discusj j SATURDAT 4 '' :'
sion Group. i 2:00 P.M.-Boxing yALt.
Parties" -" I Rooms Showers f at-

3:00: lectiuns P.M-classical unauuitccO.Hour" ,' se- 10:00 A.M.. -SUNDAY Communion i NS, A T.ONAL. ,OPE'NING' SALE i

1:00 P.Mv --Fellowship Hour on fast, Whitehat Club, .
the Patio. Community Sin' -' ''dl Base '(2nd From July '16th jo Ju1y'24tfr
log Beatrice.Moreno. at the 1:00-P.M. Picnic : .
Piano. : I Pool,Wiener ROasV ( ./. .. _c. _
10:00 P.M.-Coffee tfour: .' in advance). ; .. .. f 7.W ... :
G. S. O. meetings Girls' Set1-J tnfonnafibn services; : .'. ,' ,
/.SIT-OUR NEW, AiRfoybirioxEif STORE :
vice Organization), every 2nd city maps. .
and 4th Monday. I iGame Religious' literature, I.. .
Room: Chinese Check telephones, stamps, : Op -n Ev'ry EvcnSJng- Until 1:00 o'Clock f r Your Convenience DuzillJr TbU Sal. :
ors chess cardo, ping-pong, pool. mailing packages, .,.'> I ..
writing desks Jibrary. current press service, laundry .
magazines various table.larflei. available to all defense .
etc. families. '
Shouters tennis rackets, golf and their MRS Esw COUG : FREE Door' Prizes; -. SeetT'ent In Our Window'. i

dubs fishing lined,. camera. Executive. .
checking, service, film service, ; MISS HILDA .
mailing and
wrapping packages. '
receiving messages, phone booths, : ;. .
stamps railway express Service, Bur WE e>> Cilf: i
available to SERVICE' PERSON, .SORR' A : A L'LO 'S :
Nil ,j :! 'I :
Lecleigb Davis.-Director, .1 MOSS J.r. fQ IJR L-IT Y

Gerald rector..Pinder-Program' W-j 0 \\IJI4/' S
bat .
# cross eyes '
Lillian Weaver Secretary" a better IOD.R if : : :
Doreen Cruz Iixfoimarloa '. boa Bcttod rt W' .' E L E f'5 .
Desk Aide. cesstet w e atf
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Sate flKtn :.r r.
Millard Fillmore was elected &COO fasts, tAt Q
Vied President in the elections iotlLa... ... f.. 508 DUV/lt'STRECT. KFY WEST,'FU.Wetft .
fJ Fif .... '
of 184S, succeeding to the Pres 1 nut mi HnM t
; One. r f 'Key Oldeit"f ;Jeleelers" '. :
idency when ... Taylor uvli In fOU ,
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: K4.TEI PAR RKGrlJkHBLACKFACE ,ad 'r"YJlE T :- __ v
TTPB'Advertisements ''r.neat for classified advertise.
meats.* invariably, In advance but .4 .
: an f\U 'b., Inserted In The Citizen at *- may have their advertisethe -.
rate"or '%e a word tvr e..fa .ID. rcent Thar section, but the minimum charge for ..t'.LICAT'O DIUULI'IC _
the first 1* word or tees Is -;ec.Tfc To incurs publication, ropy touct
rate for -fcljM-kr.c* Irk !. 3e a te I. The Citizen office before 11
lard, and the minimum charge for o'clock t*. the muroinf of the das
" the. first Ii word in tie. of pubJ"=aUon.'' a 4EC

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All advertising Is accepted under .the following rotidfllons: In the
event <>f error In advertising transient or contr. t. The Citizen will be
responsible ool. for the first insertion In t.1..1'",* Advertl*!**, and IBtiu
.l.r 44tertl.lBK Tor only the actual amqunt of space occupied the
of'the advertisement where the '
pan error occurs.
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Furnished apartment. 3 roomsand Bungalow small store.buildingAnd
bath. Maid and janitor j lime grove on four nice
iervice. linens and utilities: lots. size 50 x_ 120' each,.in good
furnished. Summer rates.. Coral ] section. This can be bought on
Hotel Apartments opposite easy terms. Johnson & Johnson fAT \vjrepbO
Post Office. jly2-6tx Phone 372. jlyl-tf *
k MRS. CLAUDE PEPPER. wife of the Florida senator chats with L. P. McLendon'(center* of North

C Carolina and James Lawrence of Nebraska (right) memorial breakfast in Philadelphia TnJ
Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. 500 sheets., 'i x II, white newS- ; I
l Utilities furnished. Couple only. print, 23<:.Artman Press., Citizen breakfast was a memorial, to late. William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska and. Josephus Daniels'of j
Apply 915 Windsor Lane. i Building. Phone 51. Raleigh. N. C. ; : '. A d

r jiyitfjFurnished } jly815tOne .- .. ..
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' apartment new gas electric hamburger grill onelatesttype EMPLOYMENT.WANTED. j J t .ALAB43IA DELEGATES* =\LK tiUTii; .

.. ,range. electric refrigerator conj j, ''Coid'Spot'. refrigerator .-a =.- .' -r t
tinuous hot water. Monthly.) used lessthan'', two Lady '.excellent-cook, desires: day'
i .1T hone: 215. -jlyl-tfj weeks. Call 92 fl. Weaver's. work in home with refined
4.r Stock Island. jly6-tf family. Phone 1398-AL. : \j
Four apartments.. Apply 411' .*.'' jlyld-2tx r rI'
a e l V jl1.i-- Street.,: n23-30tx,. Modern two-bedroom furnished : .

home $5,000 down.'balance. ar- Want work tailor..or;: p-i:1] l s vr
Fiv' <=r&m furnished apartments,j rauged'Pfione. .1067Ahjly126tx 'Seen Fred at Edwards', :Tailor t
one block from bc.ach. 419 and* '
e 1. 12241"puval ,. Shop Smith': Lane,- jly6-2tX. ; tI
41'.Ullitcd'Stred. Apply '
,- *_ ;* tjt 4-ft
4 ,
.. r StreetJlyl35t Furniture 'for\sale.. No. 3 Pearl ; ... PERSONAL, ,1 w M rt
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Street. :
jly14-6tx. \ I
Apartrtjcnt for rent, completelyJlirniihed.
Two bedi'ooms. Ap- Please" replace' lelter-3 and' papers I I
1947 Johnson Seahorse. *22' h.p;
.'ply. EL Sterling 1314 Eliza St., with' 14 :.foo runabout. A-l you took from my sleeping !
jlyl52txFMshed place in Key West. These letters _
.! I condition Shack; South'; 400.00 Beach.Apply Al's are no good' to you Mosby I
Matcovich. jly16ltxMISCELLANEOUS
onebedroomapart- jyl4-3tx .
" icnt. Grjnnell staoet. Couple l _
-% yn 4
tny.'_' $55.00. plus utilities. l\Ictaldin'ctt suite with four : .j -G---- _

'itJV 1185-R mornings. ? 'chairs;'\, Metal studio couch. -

; jlyl4-rtj-2tx_ ..Desk. Vaby car scat.", Phone Washers, irons, vacuums and 7 ., ;
103 .Y1' ; i 1y14-3tx tans repaired. CXBriaU. Phone -
,184-M. Jly -tr: 0
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If I. .. Week-End Specials: 9" electric
.f fan.:$7.39:'71 French fryer wire Fl or sands g done, by exPert:'
iifT. [Stutz ,HoteL 410 Fleming I basket.-s49c4onc-quart 50,. DDT Tree estimates given. Phone
.Jitjec ,- has an efficiency apt. insecticide. 29c;< toys' clearance TC3. or"call at 701,Caroline St
'and several sleeping rooms*vacant -t sale; outside and inside white %* jlyi-tf
: Ik>w weekly or monthly paint, $;d.::7$ per gallon: com. -- -
I. .:.ties4 'pletc lhte'of 5Q(ta paints andsupplies -Y r
r jI11.U'1 .._'Dohcrty.* Hardware Caroline Shop, 223 Ann Street,-

: Efficiency apartment and, onebcdrt -,i Co.. 845 Olivia S.t., Ph9n- 1597jlyl53J wU remain open through Julyyitli
) increasing stock of
apartment Couplest : new.
; om : .
1>ril.Y. Paul's, Tire Shop. ; inexpensive cottpns for .slip-
: ''trr: ) jlyl3-6t Immediately-Oge.. Tl.ayer .-baby tpyers and draperies. From 10
,carriage with'springs: and mat- to 5 daily except Thursday 'andSaturday j

; J Cleaii3comfortahlv., atr.trsti fn,II.,' Jress-.j .tIO vaU.ab\e.fr.a AujT r 5afternoons. 't,
r viri-bcds. Reasonable'i's(_n. .15. one 'Thayer3y r..crib: and ...! .. '"; ,.Jb6.-11t
e '''"-'nic*':r tc./ 513 Whitehead *St. inncrspring'. ,mattress, and one ,

s e r e.r pHCourt House. t. I. padded high, air..Come' and" Guaranteed radio repairs, by. exp -i ." <'
weft at .715 White Stireet (A. Wire Jt
: now ..
jlyli14'16.3tx. technician.. Work called
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.10-- lr 'Ap4: 4 (Parks'4pts... -foV.and: delivered. Free esti-' MEMBERS OF THE ALABAMA DELEGATION file down' 1

: .?v>< FOR RENT 'SALE 'j; .. t. i ly15-2t, mates. Victory Radio Service t aisle as they walk out of the Democratic national co ren I.
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534 Duval Street corner Southd Wednesday night under their state-banner. The grour/
1 Bedroom suite coffee' and end ]
:: i 4 -ailcr with screened'porch.', tables. Fleming Street up- ,? .- Phone 344jlyl26t angered by the connnti n's adoption of a strong, criiT r .
;all: ,1330. j1y161tx Note Truman throughout.
: stairs. jly7-2t : ,platform plank. placards
,, STORAGE, 0 i.Gas refrigerator in' good condition Persian cat; wants good home. ti= I '
!, 828 Whiter Street.. Call Humane Society Phone Blacked Out exercises of the local high' ;set )
BedBrck .Storage Co. Furniture I. .i-K. jly6-4tx 1050-J. jly5-2t I lightning struck a. powe; tI
l commercial: Phone ,793.EXCHANGE.. I In the darkness whichfolio# j

.. :\-. llyitff'JQt1SALE.OR .Th>ee'.n4w,ients,.:'tvtib 4. oni Kids-:'- Popsicle Pete offers prizesplgrd '. / Graduation I Ellis. proceeded to distribute lJig
: fs serrJKcabin.. one 5x7TaHAvjth: $ for double popsicle ,diplomas--from. the. wrong.
: 1 ".Woode 'floors'contpietgly'furn. Wrappers. Try 'em. La,Farola, f MAJC; ,Waal,. Just as Prin-.. of the alphabet The jclas3-' kd

\ j bhed::ready;: to mbve'.irL bv the Sundry William at Windsor. eipa2;-David/;Ellis reached forthtFiliploriias .I to hold a.session the next-tntnt
.;;:f40IISE TO TrJADEHeuii highway and 'water; ,fish and ,' ,ilyl6-fri-mon-wed-6t'; during graduation ing.-to exchange diplomasTile --
Washington.. D. C. six: .swim'-at .yi Sit front door,.'ideaspot'1 [V .. :... ., ';; ( -- j
-robe;' brick '.comtr ctiolL oil: to, cara-rj.vEvCTything port .!'. ..._ ,; ....j:.;...-..,. .:- .-.---,, "."' "-.... ,... -. 1.-
:"HeaC. utomatic gas water heat-; able.' .Will! Accommodate pnc; ;. ,* 'Beachcomber1 '-" f: '
>5f r:): ;E. section one block from large or two sMall families. All '
publif or, parochial, sehaois.pw .' foe -$ OO.OD, Two 'miles north
''1 loeksttr. :shopping'dlsJ let, of Boca'Chica on ,Big Copoitt.' ;10
Ii /H-block. to. bus'lino, 15 mintesMro'nv.'downtOwn -! ; -. 5 r jly6-3tx
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Govern1"ment1 "
'Offices, full basement Re\i 'Fox; -furcoat:' -'$50.00.' 912F1emini C-- .J

;wilh fipU hed room suitable for ; Phone 397-M. ""JIY
maid's;'quarters, two Elcctrolux '. ,jlyl6-3t '
f 'fefrlfierators. second floor sr +
,e. adaptable as separate apart- Delicious Lady' Borden ice cream i o y f t
.pcnt_ if .desired. Will accept -tops in goodness. La Fatfila "
as part' payment 'house in 'Key Sundry, ; William at"Windsor
.ill West modern with three conveniences.bedrooms Box and jly 16-f ri'-mon-wcd-6t (Ql 1l o

I, a't.1%, _.Citizen.. "'Office. jly5-3t. FOR SAtC--USED CARS f
.-,GARDEN AND LAWN Model 1949 Ford panel truck. Ap- FIT FORA 'QUEEN' r

,' _' '' SUPPLY ply Perez Bros. Bakery 1025
Young Cockatiels-Easily trairii White Street jun30-tf Ir-
i: tq talk. Siamese fighting -
... '.Bras l1' and tropical fish and turtlc 1942 Buick sedan. 98000. Maybe
\.at Key West Garden an4 seeq'at'1311: Flagler'Ave.
:La\vrr: Supply Co.. 914 Fleming .
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MUSIC STUDIOS 1938 .Oldsmobile convertible ,t -t 4.. toys Louise Hyde, _
: .' ". .c"upe, new top. Priced for '
quick. salt Trailer 49. Ft. Iw Queen of Chattanooga

Kins'$ios,Recording now located and New Muiic Charles Stu- Taylor .. jlylO- _tx r "1 love the sparkling splendor of its t

;IfcjteL Learn to play popular 'Inquire 'Fire-liB1u' setting and finish."
37 B icli. good condition. '
inusic'in three short months. .'. t
Trailer 29, Fort Taylor, '' 50- F-
e\v-tesled and proVen meth- -> jly5-3tx MY lADY LOUtSI
jxL Modern chord s'StemnoI ,
,irivisic. to read. Money back TRAILERS .
guarantee. Piano ''instructor .

,Gould Curry; piano-accordian .194$ Glider housed trailer almetal. Only Coroamtio JitmonJt.,.aM' b ,
instructor. Charles Filer. Also 9' roqms, bottled gas. 4etp briOiunet .1"" -FirHifltt' '
latct'in recording equipment electricbrakes, 4.new tires. 42 letting awl/nil*. Cfc.M /rws l4isr4es.
'Voice, -or instrumentation re.rqtdings Rest .Beach.. ./'riu 1J7.$1.a 11000 iacL.... ,_ .' .J
made in strict privacy.Piano jly3-9-10-16-17.5t { .
:; accompaniment furnish- t ..
c\J. King Studios. Phone 363. 7 FORCottages. RENT--COTTAGES MY LAO' tYnm' :
'P ,' jlyl2-.14.lWtx
equipped- for light

J :,' REFRIGERATION housekeeping. Adult only, :
Gulf. Stream Trailer Park.Furjiished 0'i
Holbrook Refrigeration Service jisl53tx ,
domestic and commercial.- rk .
guaranteed free estimate. on cottage, Hot water
..rE p tairL. Call 724-W. t no jreis. Apply rear 1QI2 Va- ;. .
,. jly 12-6tx t rela, upstairsj: jly5-3tx

./: -. ; LOST _, Furnishe tage, near ..clAdult" couple f-" AUTMOII-ZtBCORONATION' .D.2AlE3JEWELERS -
A .red! :'wallet, lost near 'La Con-i r- only. NQ pet. The Price Organ- :
chaHoteL Has important parr -i iz tjon.,' Realtors.: 411' Flemiifg IMPORTERS TELEPHONE-:53|

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i r"i BENNY'S; TROPICAL) RADER WHERE tO1.ll( Wiua+":4.i theJ- ,:t _taltl,, S- wh :f THIS 'DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU 5 5w !

Motor Court -<' .....................,..lA.v..............:..:/; .1::..... ..a....... .....................e....e...
718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000. < ." 1 .
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Ownership 909 Siruoiitou-Management Si. .. Nice Selection' of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS! :.If It I, I.. EI:ctrl(";';'iU'AI', WE E REPAIR SELL. ITI ITI: I!\ .:".' ':. .'. *, _- .:. :aeaPOOR OLD CRAIGService .!:

I. : of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty) of Action Toys for' this.Children. : .: We Will,Call For and.DeUfer '. .:. T .. SEE OUR : *0 Year**.Experience in Electrical Work, : .
: .BREA lFAST. 8 to 11' SHOWING ofHOME Electrical I Appliances : .: '- : ,. :. .J. H. IU\ADY''MaDagel' PHONE SIM :
LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 ,...............fi................................... I' '"r7 .J-A ,* 211 Duval Street. *.. Marco Mesa....Jr> Prop. Francis and Dirialon Stx*.t I

.DINNER. 5 to 8:30 ;, :..............,..:................. .......:....... : ELECTRICPRITCHARD TELEPHONE,'<41< ': j 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes' Batteries Aulo Accessories :

The Best of Steal .:.. \ f SUNDRY STORE .. ...................'!........................'...J .;. 122 SIMONTON- -' STREET ; !.... ...."Your.....PURE.....OIL S..and....GASOLINE...:......Realer...........*I
t I .f Short At Orders-Sandwiches All Hours : :: e : :..............:...... : .""" "..."....,> :: Dry.Cleaningand ,, ee..es.e.e.. ................................eS
.. .: TROPICAL.TryOurFroz DRINKS n ':. "Your Patronage Invited .: ,: I .: .., RUSSELL S 1. :. 24-HOUR. Pressing SERVICE .:. :: RADIATOR SERVICE I

S : Open Daily and Sunday, : : lcftCrram.Proprietaryledid,.. : +-r'. : .FUNERAL s '; ?,,'DRYGooDsl! !3- Fret Delivery picktUp,,Service, and .: ::. NOW AVAILABLE: ; .:

.:. 8k.M.toMldmht.. ;. ..1.. SUITS for MEN : O Rod. Cleaning 9 Repairing and O Flushing :,
a........................ SicL Room.'Supplies School" SuppliesToilet .. .. ': ,
Preparations and Article : OME ; :' 1106 OLIVIA STREET .: s ,and WOMEN : : J AUTO ANDS'
>.' ..................J...........................e... : .::. PHONE '3.73' .. .... Alade-to-MeaMire. : TONY'S S
:.................... O:......esr.............ee.e..................:..e Let ThoseSerra :.:. .. : : .: .PHONE'212: : 603-05 GREENE STREETCAROLYN ,

S.. : : Who Serve Best : r;; Specializing '' : .i..... ......... ;..e..........................e..eee.e......
:..' GOMEZFURNITURE. ; .220 DUVAL STREET' ;. WE HAVE NEVER .. J In'. i iWomen's .to.-:,....."......,'........:.:.... ......:..........'...:........................... I
: ,, Exclusive Monroe County Ditrbu forCarrier : : : SHoVR\ i I
: CO. NEVER WILL ., : : ( i : I I
f : ';720 .D VAL STREET e A irConditioningJ33 : ..! 1'l .' 'P'E'Z. : : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. I!
Ambulance Service. J Children: \ a'r
: Juvenile Funiitiirc : I ,,' .r' ,.'. :. ..... DONALD BARBER ,
for Domestic and Commercial Use ', f < ,
; HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE Telephone 548'J >t<. .. Eune. ra I.S=rYlce, .: .... We Specialize la
: PHONES -- 8150J. : r \ . ,
I" ::' ....".....e.e:.......e.a........................... Never.Sleeps : : : lP<sed}IU.yo : : "', St-aIP.Trr.atmrn't. Hair Dyeing .
-1' .. Plastic Inlaid..' Congoleum ; e.e..e. .............1.eeeee...*............... ........r.....rs._eee:. i........e..*......... !" .... : : .. .. .. Phone 175 ALL TTPRI orPKRMA RIr.I.F."K rt.n8.er' ;, :
,. .: '.... .A ; ::-. Eroadfelt .. ................. ....."......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeJ. Sst ..'U'. .. ..i. &ed.r'cn'" .J1'; :; )''" : *" ". ...." ......................>.KTSTKLL'S ......WA.Io:1t.............

I 11: : RADIOS .andAppliances : t t 11111r CtUr8a11U',, '.' -: i'.i..e..................................\
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s:t.: :", d F.- _____ .S" :. ,. 1AM1yEKs.*, .: ::! I .;,: ...jEnibalmers24Hour.i... .: 1 BEAUTY NOOKScientific li1..r ., ,,
Culture $.
.'. Beauty
: : : _. :
,:. ,"Terms Arranged"OPEN LicensedI, -. .I .iI :r. in All BranchesThoroughly "':'J :
.1', eo TILL 9-00 P.M. "fAinbuJfincc; : f: !
:' : : i Experienced m.if ,
MON. and SAT.eeeeeeeeee PAINTING Contractorf f .
?. '. : J' .' 5ct1rCCFREE ,' : Operators:
.eeeeee.iI .. > Soft Wa+ U: '' er
s E \ :. ESTIMATES' ALL WORK GUARANTEED .1'i .. ? : : ; ,
... TI.phon* 9127. lit Dun StrMU Jffnon Hotel ..': Dltea.. UNight, CSS ,. : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. 1
; ..c.................... Douglas I TrevorSate ......ee..e.e.............................'.'.. II....e.. I.... ......-.'!:.... ........e.eee..r........ ........../........
: : ..,...........e...I!... e .......e....e ..e} -r .... e ..............................................

I.''t .I: PRICE TOURS : .: r '11:23: Harris AYe. Key Wes na. : : EI ec.tdl: r.!! ;!7!.j!!.'. ..-....: :,. former,Customers Friends and the Public Invited :

:. PassengerRepresentative .: : PHONE 1374-U :. :. BOTPO'IUT. Range. ): "! .K&West;Fla :. :; Frances Beauty Salon :

.' Disposals'and ,, :. : Frances Park. Owner :
I: : 1 j : Refrigerators. Electrical Appliartcel" ;: .'' ; : .
; :. :. t. : : arse TTUW' i : Washing, IMacIiiues: fdfnliiiincdiate: De.IiV' di tsr. it PSOOVfI1IRS +: : 1010 CRINNELL STREET :

,V: :.,' FLORIDA EAST ,: :........................"'................. ....: :.' HOME. ,ALLIANCE'! ::j '...11::. }. .1lll.Ska.i... :SII .LLS" ;':. :. Beauty Permanents Culture Scalp in all Treatments its hoses ::

COAST RAILWAY ......e...............................!..,........ ; 605 SIMONTON STKEET ,PHONE: 11Landscaping ..:' :f .!f..;.\ .:: :. Facials Shampoo Manicuring :
................................... ..... ,... ; ".. = :. Tor Appointment Phone 1331 !
: .
r : .........................
: .. .. ..... ... COCOANIJTS .................
rt .......... .. .. : .a.
Located K
\: :.' lT w 20()% Fire Insurance .. : !!. ".t _,1:1.A::; : .- f. .............e................................. .
.* DR. COBO'S on dwellings. : : Marl\ Soil' : wa3'. ': r.- ': :' 1)1I0NI, 13.: ..
: : nwrc.ntlh I : [ and.Top". .| {.I :5"ON i.s
:, OFFICE : bldgs. house by INSURING with. .. .' :'e n' :to. '" ...: -. --.:; '&+"" !r ..,. .' ': Marion's UOO Dunl Street [ .
; .. '. hold and perAtlantic Mutual Fire Insurance'.(0'' : TOP SOIL. S6. O PER YARD or.$ :DO PER C1C"z.: z. .I-Y" 't' : SALON a. ..:
: .. STREET ;: sonal effects.:. : MARL 11AOLED..55J30 for 4 YARDS t--:, :: ;, !jlI.SJJP.lo.An) Part. : : ,CAYO. HUESO .BEAUTY' 'r ir+
tt.at;of).. Coocba HoW Save 15% onMercantile All Policies Non-Au.subl... .. : ,Abo Lots Cleared. .and Marl Spread-Very R.uonabl., {.,_.'i. ,,1 Jl:.Ottt......S...:dr.Coaodd. ," .: Southernmost House in the U.S.A.. ;
-- -... : c.;:
:. PHONE 124 : /. L. C ru.oengt. Phone 674.( :, ....J. :., 'e.mk. .:: .... ,C/:..',S.,.. :.p'I'. aClo. ;:. .. Featuring 11ar1.1:1Yj
.. sink, . OhvJa.Stet -. -. .Spot Reducing
.. r """-.1'; .. .-.....eie.'......e'.e. .-e..:4.... ....U..: ......>...................... .....:. :' .G e f 1, rEICB'_ 'con .'j- J' It r.".,101:'South''St. :: : {df. .Mcclianlcal\ Ma\ ?ac MKl'HOI) .

} .. ... ..................;............. a ,KB*..WEST;,FLORIDA.. ,. ,I-. "
........... .. ......... ... : '.a.ap.> fjlFFEI w '" : .j. "* .' .Complete I BEAUTY SERUCEFor :
... .. ...
.............. : ...
: ...........
....................... -" < 1. .. tll! : '!.e: .J ..... ................ ...........
: .: .: W/WEE'rSHOPl {.. ; _. ...... ..N .............................................e
-: CYCLE SHOP .. .
B.&B. .. .- : More Nat ; i.:
:: Ride the Bus to the ; : : : 116 DUVALBTBEET.i'- ,* :REAL ESTATE : : ural Hair Tinting

: GOLF COURSE 922 neming St. R. M.Danle1aProp. 17hon:1013 .: : .. : or Finest i
i : : : Open Daily and Sunday> i 4I i :" : ,1'1 1 t .., In PermanentWares
.. Scooters 5 P.M. to ,LAJ&m&M I. e : l ...
Cushman Motor\ :.t .: SERVING %. ", .' s.* 'It r' .... 1 6'nl'pc&I--.u .. 1 .
., -: Sales and Service Immediate! Delivery : : COMPLETE umncrs 'f- 'i. -..... ..r. ,LejuesJ : : +,, : Beauty :;

: Also A La Carlo and Sandwiches: VU .'. .1.",.>_4 j -. I J.t.,' ., ual.' : : ,:.< ,,, .
:;; : RIDE AWA'Y: : a............e............PRICES..1.........-..-. r ." toagementa :" : : ," ;t' Colony
: 'TAKE .. .......e.******.*....eeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiee # '*ad .Vacant ; r b21 Southard
{ ; : ,. : ; '. Street :
.. BUS : i /
_; : 55. ,. ?, ., .'f' ', ,: Next to Southernmost :
10 the ,' Now you can ride an economical :, : : : .' .. K :<"<'i {'N.. '3f" Beauty :
: 1 Otthman Motor .Scooter i .V..A '. : ,,, School ,
,. GOLF :
'4 LINES '\ while paying for It... and th* FIRE WIND AUTO -. BONDS I ...kInCUHEINER. Z .: t'?'''' w. All LicensedBeauticians

_j.'" .3.... I :. ,. money methods you of tr.IU.nsport over.._.-other p.y. .: and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE.. ...:.j.t._.4,*..:..:,! .a ,j.REALTOR' ..- .. ... > "_n<,,,a""{"<"& .. ffi' In : I!\
: : for Cnshman. Come in for : Ill "Fleming Str.et. I Specializing
e Have Fun!' free information.e : Key West Insurance Co.. .: '111'WWuhead, Street : :. ;i McmModcml. ;
,.. Phase of
I. KEY WEST GOLF CLUB_ ; :........., .................*............e:.."...... Sit SIMONTON STREET; PHONZ: l !lDirectly :. a. phepa- Ito and" 7SS-R ;: .rte.; h'?dtff.:J;1,; Beauty Culture ,;
...................... in Front of Postoffice: c fe : .:
.......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei !...........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-eeeeeeeeeee... ..*e...*....*.. ..*................e*...\. 6.-.., ........-. ........Telephone........SEIiABLAESPANOL 206 for Appointment............

.. t..................... BICYCLES. : ' 's >eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee_ .ej _.SS55555S55555555555555555555SSSS5SS55SS5S5SS

: : 24 HOURS SERVICE ; ; : BEAUTIFY : ; INSURANCE, : : Good Work Low Prices
FOR SAlE a : :' j '. : ,
: Experience! in w a t c hmak. : .
I i ing qualifies us to assure e Must B. : .. Your, Entire: 0oiu with ., '-, ; : Dally between 1:30 A.M. and 3:30 ;, SS
and d d.. ;'. OFFICE PM- Appointments accepted: :;It., .
you accuracy :. d. : : ; < C
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a. /Ie ,
> abili 'yinv repairs.. 1 -51 SOUTIIAnD from public >by SailorStud.nb of ,'
.:' Whether it is the inexpensire S 920,DIVISION STREET PHONE 13M : ,.:.' INLAID. ,LINOLEUM : .j\ : f
'J .0: h'l'KELT -
t. '
; -, : The "
: seven : .
'. : the most costly. seventeenOVERSEAS CYCLE 'STORE : : or ASPHALT TILE .|: .* Opposite Bus Station ; .
jewel is always ........ .... ... ............... Southernmost School
: ;::-.r.:: e e e ee. .-. .. : ..
: ....................... : ... teeeeeeeeeDRUM : EXPERTLY,INSTALLED ; 12
.: II watch is not : '. Phone, No l of Beauty Culture
.i gl iDfu complete satislaction : : BAR ;' TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE. i .

.... ,. why not bring an. ... .. i '. -. 523 Southard StreetThere \
1. "
: it in? Out reasonable.DAN 'charges are. extremely -. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : r "ey est I : -.THEPorterAllen- '. are a'number available with over 800 hours '
: : 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112. : r. t i' : of state approved instruction who know the latest
', VAROLL 46. phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
.:. "We Deliver" : Floor. Co. : : S under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of ;
: WATCH and JEWELRY 9 Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : Covering ,: .. beauty culture, do good. work at very low prices. Although :
REPAIRING r I. Companyeeeeeeeeeei appointments are not required it Is advisable.
: Work Don On Premises Packaged Goods : : 130 DUVAL STREET >En WES'r.-n'.m rA' ,: : For Appointment Stop at :

... 515 Fleming Street ...................................................................................................................r..............SS....,.+.i I.., ," ....1.................... 523 SOUTHARD $T:, or PHONE b.S7 ..
I :... ......................I ." 4. '.' '. : .":;- ._.-..........................................: .

I ........................... ..... ; : W:.W W w m w ;'ww'w ..........................................
\\1 : i FANS 5500. to S4900 ii.K;:! WEST HOUSE/MOVERS r.

I When You Go ',.' ,? : ... .; 707 WHITEHEAD STREET .0' JOHN CURRY i ;
I : i Food Shopping .' :';;.). --:- : : __ CASH oc TER3IS 11(1 :, '; ;' A. D. Taylor (Forms. ,Ho1siMovie.. y ,. ). Manager i J :

\. Be Sure to Get. ;:' : "t' 2' : :-." i BONDED andUCENSED. : .-

t '?... ;. :- ,.. ;.. : The' ,Fastest :.1 :re.. FREE ESTIMATES' GWEIIWrELEPHQNE. ; un. ...i ,; P LUMBING I ; S

t : dk&-E t : : _,' I' _, I I ,Radio Repair : '\: All Work .? Guaranteed .X _' r .:' ,

; .............e.eeeee.eeiee eee. >e..eeee ** : Installations and Repairs
'' SERVICE in South Florida : eeeeee eeeeeeeeeeeeee e leeeeee *eeelee '

ti; See Beautiful New Majestic EndTable .. e ,and.PAY AS YOU WEAH or USE :

: : .. rA. Foundation' of Today* : : t.1 Radio-Phonograph at :. :'. 1\1EN'S'P .1i.TI'SJ'I: .Values Yalws 110.15 S7.SS :... I.: FREE ESTWIATES ON REQUEST ,

\' Meal Planning e. ; I 'J : ..,::. Eddies Cool Suits HMF:PRIC .--tadles' Dresses : : Call U* and Be SatisfiedPhones
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i Al'sMusicCo. j : :. :
> 1 A1t11t D0Ratlitot. W Have nmLSmimmco 781 and 229-W j;
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S. .! : The t Latest T 522 Southard Street i, l i. ;

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_- :.. THfi: KEY-WEST f CITIZEN : '. - .FRIDAY, JULY, 16149.. S.,
VAGB six .. __._ __- -":"" --_. ----.. '

1I' :, -- -.f,;ia Qrii. ii I, .Iit.e-:-r Ii ..'': 5 Ii iI ".jJ Ii ii: 11 a1II; ,II' :
f' = STEAK-WAVING FOR THE DEMOCRATS '--.1['" This Collector's i#[said about 600 different during types:i it Rice For Britain l lI f:r ."'\-. .. ."
BoyJVailedTo of pins were issued that
I' i and he. ,,abort half I i I Auto & Horne I
t ; 4., 1 r campaign got : Eastern SupplY :
jt r e 5; 1{ R.Rt On-The Button! of them. !1 PORTO ALEGRE Brazil I ; .

Board I I II I ,fro. I 1. i ij |II Gllckert,. 55, .a former: quarantine (AP).-Despitd the new .law pro-' 1:1:I Formerly :.Paa-1lmerican-lire Company r
N xa"r Glickert ,officer with the"city health hibiling export.cf foodstuff, the
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CHICAGO, :While playing in I j department, gets. ,his< pins from governor of the State of Rio II r I1(11( .II03' Umaioii i Street[ Pliune 418
a vacant lot, Sam Mazzio, Jr, MS a specialist] in the "buttons- friends end by swapping? with Grande'do! Sul has reported that'.I rr
rt r eye Vie w" of presidential'camp collectors throughout the ,coun fire
ladderto 75000 tons of will Js a Ilowed .I
was ilsing a plank as a he waits for, '
; gn try. to sent to England, :
climb a fence. Near the top, campaign buttons. *There 'should _. be d1 .
1["Wdf i "' '
- -- i KAISERAutomobiles *" ;
he slipped and impaled h o3 arm I be come mighty interesting nef a- ; i1 FRt1Z ; :

on a spike ;,. buttons coming out." he says : I .I d
Taken to a hospital with a section I : .. ? [ From campaigns he .. Automobile
previous MIAMI .. iI
of the board.still stuck.to his I r has almost 2,000. He collected ; .
:arm, doctors saws; away' most I more than 20 during this year's Located r in't the Heart tie C ", NO.II.
of City Par Only the .
of the spike-studded .
pre-convention campaigning. TRADEINREQUIRED f!
twa-JjY-four. I I' I, His oldest is "a faded tintype R11TES ROOl\\; WRITE or WIRE ; Regular 0
: :
: & REASONABLE. I for RESERVATIONS t0 Lttahlisnel: Price: t .
t termination chowed that one ,;tr i worn by Stephen A. Douglas.supporters .,: r .
of the spikes had been driven I r r when Douglas ran with ;8ATH and TELCPUONDFord ---. .. .e
ftom the boy's wrist toward the I against Abraham Lincoln in ; $ AITO PARTS'and ACCESSORIES 1 .

thumb, a distance of almost four f9Yk I18CO. ,tLar'ge pins and ribbons 1 Pershing Miller' '
i I
.. @ DAYTON+ Tires and Tubes J
inches I were the order cf the McKmley- g7 ,
4'1 Bryan era, bU the buttons Hotel" '
a: Hotel Hotel i TRUCK and: PASSENGER:
,fix really reached their hey. ay. 60 N.r.'3rd St.221. tr,&. lit A.... let Are + r .. .
NC o Exhlc
The Weather r says ,Clickort in the Rooscvelt- 80 Rooms 100 Rooms ;.
Willkie campaign of 1940. Elevator Elevator co Rooms I r 3 IiillIllSTable llotlelsttI'F..C *
a ) s r ''That's when bitter sarcasmin Elevator .
slogans became prevalent and ,Solarium Heated i Washers and Vacuum Cleartrr[ .

FORECASTKey people forgot many of the political '3 BLOCKS. FROM: UNION BUS STATION |{ai I 0 I ELECTRIC Fans and KITCHEN Warp ._ .p

West and IIfAP. niceties, if any," he said He J i fa8. fai aeledeao sttrttQ o .
Vicinity: Cloudy Y< 4"/1 ",+ _._______ ______ ___,____ ___ ____ _____,_"--u___ -, -- -
with local showers and thunderstorms ------- ;:- n -- --- -- --- -

through Friday. y ..
today "
Moderate to fresh east and southeast Wlrephoto) .

winds, moderately strong in MRS. INDIA EDWARDS., executive ,director of the Women's. I r''
showers and thundcrsqualls Di.ision at the Democratic c national convention Philadelphia ia. ,.I. '
Florida: Few local thundershowers waves a steak in telling delegate: that the Republicans are to ,. ... Q.p, ; .
extreme north Florida for "
blame skyhighprices. .

this, east afternoon coast tonight.and over Scattered the lower ,/ ___. ,__ ....__ _. ._ ""1 '. t {t; : ', :' ) 1 +

showers and thunderstorms Saturday t' CHEERS FOR DOROTHY MIEBENDURGH -: :' .
; otherwise partly floudy I I ,,. -.. ,.. ..- .. ,--_. .. .- ,--.. -. ..--.-._.,.--'- -, '' .' s1,
through Saturday. y gp.r :- ', : i.A
.: :/
East'Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville ? ,:
through the Florida II .

Straits: Moderate to fresh east of>. +x.' ., ,,
to southeast wands over south + :: <. ,, 'T '

portion and gentle lo moderate I .... f
,; .' >: t
southerly winds over north portion '.f\ :, ; .
:. "
through Saturday. .',
.P >.
showery and thunderstorms a' r
south portion tonight anti Saturday "l ;> ', : f ,.r '
partly doudythf"oufh I. 1"t
otherwise L
; ( _
( 'Saturday.dacltnnville t xj; ;? .
to Apalachicola: : t 4
Nq j'small craft or storm warnings:' :, : Yg
have-been issued. ..
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Report 1 a":0; r
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Key West, Fla.. July 1C, 1943 I .
(Observation! taken at City Office I I II It .
Ii t .Q J
i 8:30: A.ht" EST) -
Temperature i i y ..; ..- ,,,, .v .
80"t"I z "
yesterday: r
lowest last night 73 J
Mean 84 : K+
Normal i 84 Y M ta /.... ;4 k..i t a

: Precipitation .Qrr. r ..,, .
Total last 24 hours 14 m:>.

Tutafilhis month 2.01 in*.,, > 1 r'' ,
Excess this month .4G inC i
To\al this year 19.,70 } ,k .

F'tciS.. this year _. 4.35 in"1 .1 d: ., t 1

Ralatlvc Humidity CAP Wirnh;
at 8:10..A.M.: I MRS. DOROTHY VREDENBURGH of, Vredenburgh. Ala. secretary :*

r l 7C"c cf the Democratic national committee wanl0' delegates > ,, 1 1 .,
Barometer (t y
I cheering her at the Democratic )national convention in \ :
(S.. Lent) 8 30 AJ4. ,
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2 3000 ins.-10153 mbs. Philadelphia. Her appearance on the speaker's rostrum brought ..,. ,.....,,:.

I Tomorrow' Almanac forth an, outburst cf cheers and whiitlmg. .'-. s "

Sunrise 5:48 am ._____ ___ __ ... _. i .
Sunset 7:18: p.m. t -+ .[ga is* kj
MQonri 4:48: p,m. TODA V'S BIRTHDAYS Busman's Holiday" 3 f r r,
Ta. ,
M..D.<;f't 2:36 a.m.
Know Anerical '
( ) .. ? ,, n orange in *
-- every bottle
;5 TIDES: ..' Dr. Bela Schick of New York, JAMESTOWN, N. Y-=Several ;* ''

,* Tomorrow 'faired medical: scientist, discovcr fireman, ""attending a convcntjon Po Created fay Cobbs
(Naval Base) o'{''the Schick test for dipthena; here hired taxi follow;Chit-1>i nee. ,. i famous
'* Eastern Standard Time)" born in Hungary, 71 years ago Rudolph H. Swason's' crto";: 'two d1s e o n 3 for Florida fruits .
High Low JoathlcC'JNorris: of Palo Alto, fires. ...! Oy ; Y
fi:40 am. 2:13: am ".Cal,. novelist .born m San Francisco "We're firemen no'matter where. er e !lr@ ; Has that
J 8:44 p.mADDITIONAL ; 68 years ago. we aie;**',one explained.i : '. .' ',' E ov re ; rich orange taste

I'_ The,RU. Rev.. : Henry St. Gorge n th nof ,
TIDE DATA Tucker of New York, retired
Reference Station: Key West I,P.!:. presiding bishop, born in : ifs ,. ;

J Time of| Height of ,'VarSaw. Va, 74 years ago. NOTICE ordQ caai
. t
Station Tid. (high water Arthur SweeUer UJJ. official, the
born in Boston.:60 : nkj
Baf.la Honda : ,years 350 r' : : p drt
(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft. : Ginger Rogers, screen star I am no )longer re I ponsil ,

No!Name Key horn ",Independence. Mo, 37. .lc fir, tlcbts.coiHrart- r flat d ,
(efast end) _+2h 20m :y'araJtO. .t
Boca Chica Barbara' .Stanwyck, ---creen r.d l J lij any otter ollinr;thaiimyself e typt

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INDIANS WIN TWICE I VIC RASCHI DRAWS PRAISE FROM 'BUCKY HARRIS [tr .ion's. BarB Q Pit t':. '.' ; Lasso-Tosser.' ': ....

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More Commanding?. .3 aspiring cowpoka-age ft-tried
his lasso airft on the rear bumper -

Lead<<1 American Loop; How Standi .gulf WEEKS, IT WAS ANNOUNCED One- Iinute i' of a moving car, tossed tdo

They R .t to I straight and was dragged for ]20
New York Yankee* Alo
: AT TOSTJMEETING [ feet Policemen who treated _his

Win Florlda-Vnternanonal I SPORTS QUIZ ; bruises advised that he stick eta\ ,

I. Baseball League I j j'j'I fence posts for target practices;
<( NEW YORK, July 1C.-Cleve, Club= W. L. Pet Bernell A.. Werner, Harold 1. How many times did Joe
Havana G4 35 ..64':1I I Lou ..J defend his- cbai pi. ship*
: : ODotuiell and- GYaydon Plow- Eagles Bring
land Indians twice defeated the ;i .,
!'I Tampa -- 58 39 .598 man_ were received into the 2. How many of thes'deft.nsr,,
Philadelphia Athletics in night : Lakeland .. 52 46 .531 membership Arthur Sawyer J! did he-win! *. ._ !'! '
last and ? Pilots
games night thereby i Miami Beach 51 49 .510 Post $390
No; 23 American Legion, at
3. With rt..is .
gained several points on the run- : Tom
____ ;
the American ,St. ,Petersburg 49 48 .505 the meeting held last evening at : Brown connectedmost}: .
nersup in League
;West Palm Beach 44 56 .440 the Post Home 'on Stock" Inland. prominently : -MILES CITY. Mont.-Pilotpunfters -
race. I' Miami : .._ ,___._ 42 55 .433 The -l Uowing. applications ? :
were are money
Gromek pitched four-hit ball: Fort- Lauderdale;. __. 33 65 ..337I i approved Cecil :Mardis, Robert i!. 4.: In what month will the 1 the sport of shooting eagles from at
for the Indians and won the .
first game, 6-1. while Lemon and]! F.. James? Vernon D. Alston: ', and'I II summer Olympics be held this their airplanes.The .
Paige negro pitcher, took the I Major Baseball Leagues I George Chack. 1 year '1 j state pays a $') bounty foreach
\ A 15 minute sound film "All 5. What is the
second from the Athletics,. 8-5. new boxing pro- of the predatory birds
Meanwhile the New York 'AMERICANClub i"T Out for Baseball" was shown. moting agency which is challenging which hive been killing antelopes .
This film contains scenes of the.; Twentieth Century and game biVds .
Yankees were winning from St. W. L. Pet .
.. thrilling competition taken at Sporting- Club :. A. R. Tatge bagged 78 golden
627 --- --- -- -- -- ---- --
Louis 4-2, and gained ground on Cleveland : 47 23 : = ; '
the unlucky Athletics. The Yan- Philadelphia 43 34 58s SAP t'nirukutul the Little World Series,, a goal 1 I. 25 times. eagles in two aerial hunting expedition '

kees now are within one pointof New York __- 45 32 .584 VIC RASCHI (left). New York Yankees pitcher draws praise from Manager Buckv Harris for for every Junior baseball team' netting him $390Traveling .

the Athletics. Boston ___ 41 3553C pitching and slugging! the American League team to a 5 to 2 victory over the National Lsagusrs: in and player. Included- were action -.THE ANSWERS: !'
Washington Senators defeated Detroit .h' .m __'_n_ ._ 39 39 .500 the All.Star game at St. Louis. They'rs in the dressing room after the'-game. ; shots of such stars as Bobby Fel- ( 2. 25. I! .
the Chicago White Sox 4-1. In ___ __35 42 .455SU :: ler of the Cleveland Indians I 3, Tennis... Dog
Washington u -d --- --- -- - ---' -- --- ------- -
: PeeWee Reese of the Brooklyn I 4. August-in England. z: '
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the between the Boston Louis :
game h' IKE BEATS' BEAu'JACK, KEEPS LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE Dodgers, and others. I 5. The Tournament of.Cham I
Detroit .: .. 23 50 ..315NATIONAL many I
Red Sox and the Tigersplayed Chicago u' SEATTLE Wash After p
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.__ _.. ,,_ _u <'_ _- '_ ------ -- ? .; '---" T Joe Metzger gave report on pions.
last night the Sox won, : -' > I f the the Sons of the'Legion .
i W L. Pet on :
31. Club- F (11-year-old I( Husky-Spits dog bcJ
Brooklyn Dodgers won from*t Boston ....-,. w_- .4'1-31 .60: C : j I. Squadron.- The' Sons participated WILL YOU SMILE? \I Il !: longing to the Howard Bishopiv,
___-4036 52f I in the 4th of"July; Parade t !' .
Cincinnati 5-3. and Philadelphia -Pittsburgh wandered) back horn -
37 .51? displaying the i"..new colors l hOIi) .
Ph nies-/beat the St.;'St.39 {I The dog disappeared while the
Louis Cardinals,., 3-1, m' games::New York ---------f--- __37 38 .49= as presented by the, Post recently : EShops; were living in Lisle,,Moi
___,_,_36 37 .492 Weiner roasts and other re- : '''
played last nght. Yesterday the Brooklyn creational'activities Shocked Old I Lady-And on' "nH the Bishops don't know hoyC f,
Boston Braves defeated the Chicago -'Cincinnati -- : 37 41 .4'14 for the are .being. the way up here,we passed ,.bout Tuffy got back. He had previoi..
Cubs, 2-1. while Pittsburghwon .Phil ldclphia -_ h. 37 42 .46 plarmed' summer. twenty-five people in parked ,., ly made the jou nay from Sea\tje-
*, : Pete Gtu.ewichreport( that
33 44 "
the first against New Chicago to Lisle bv und
game cars. car they belfcVf
the Bar B. Q pit that u, being
York Giants 4-3, but droppedthe 'e .. 'a constructed., en the grounds _of 1 Young Hostess-Oh. I'm pure he remembered the way and
second by a score of 3-10. e. v. FA 'ou're mistaken. It havabeen walked
Softball Leacues ) must back' 1
the Home will be completed '
AMERICAN LEAGUE I'1 an t-'v number. ; !.I '
First Game dais "A" within two weeks and .will bs t -
available to all members and .
RUE.Cleveland Club-- W. L. Pcs pomtments and other business
u 660>..;Bob's Sport Shop- u__. -20 1 .95" their guests. 'will' be transacted,
Philadelphia 140 VFW __ _-___..-_ _. 10 11 47f Flank Kanrahan gave a report eat '
Gromek and Hegan; Marchil-: Adams Dairy '_ __ 7 14 33' on the .Smoker held ,at the.,club will Following be' served adjounrment by the committee! BROADWAYCIGAR

don, Harris and Rosar. SubRon 4 _.L u _, !5 i 16 .23: a en July 9 1943; It is planned sohold' of Joe Metzger, Iva Watson and
C. a similar affair in' August.
.1 j Class "B. Frank Piodela. STORE
Second. Game I t-1ub-" W. L. Pet Serving with Hanr han.are Bob J. .

R. II. E.,i'.Elks Club _.___ ___ 12 7 .63:? Saunders and'At Beenaerts- 610 Dmal Street ;
Cleveland ., ---_num 8 11 1 Kantor's Men's Shop 11 9 .55' YS J t; r. t It was. .announced that. ''the ,
Philadelphia .. _____.u_ 572'.VX-I Flyers 10 9 J52f Auxiliary Unit is holding:,a- banquet BOONS PISTOL -- -,:
Lemon Paige and Heganp' Naval Hospital 6 14 .3W() 4.' on Saturday; 7 p.m:4at DuiIfy'sTavern.in.iiongr"of COMPLETEBASEBALL. .
Fowler and Franks. I t .1he.D.-.,
: -- 'paitment President Nell ,McDonald .
Night Came <. and District President Myrtle .
Recreation *
R. u E.' City Xw Trent. Reservations can, be The New SCORES

New York .um' 4 11 0 mad .by<- calling. Mrs. ,George Target r
St. Louis m'_um 272 SikesJ; 891J.A Air Pistol )
Hiller and Berra Niarhoc; Sanford ProgramSOFTBALL 1 'regular monthly promenadaof : POPULAR QRAND3 of -'.P.
and Moss. _. Vulture :Locale 728 40 and 3,
lAP WlrrnnntotBEAU Pi-kf'd'
Y I will ,be held Friday evening'at 8395af Cigars and Cold)
Ike Williams in theirlightweight .. .'.' .
Night Game JACKS HEAD,is smashed back: under- a powerful left by Champion; the Legion ..Home at 8, p: rn--
v R. H. E. Barrlew Park Night title fight at Philadelphia.' Williams. leered'" technical knockout: in the sixth round Chef !e 'Care George W.Sikes TROPICAL TRADER Soft Drinks

Washington h -- --- .._ 481 TONIGHT and kept his title by raining many blows like:. this 'one -on the' challenger- who used to live inAugus j I will ';1reside., The new officers 711 Duval St Phone 1000 I :

Chicago __.. .-..____ -.,___ 1 7 1 First Game-VX-l Flyers vs .'Ga. f I were installed on June 19 Ap- I .......
Scarborough and Evans; Wight I Elks Club. .... & _ _.! --. t tl. -"- ---

Gillespie and Robinson. I Second Game-VFW,. vs-, Adam-:- RAYKURN/TAKES: ; OVER; AT< CONVENTION; J l.. ; GAS LINE BLOWS UP .IN 'f.Er-{ ES5EE't'' t .
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Night Game iMONDAY-Dairy. .1 I: j jL WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH. .

R. ]I. E. .k First Game-Bob's Sport Shop '.1i II I jJ
.__,_ 340 t z 't > RwrpTh.41P ,. Ind J
Boston i
--- vs. VFW. The Facilities Of A
Enjey j Complete
Detroit _-.---- .m __ __ 160 Second Game-VX-l vs. Kan x ] 4. i i i .
Parnell and Batts; Trout and tor's Men's Shop. w O yy -I

First Game-Adams Dairy vs i

1 Night Game R.n.E.- Second .Game-Naval. Hospitalvs. I :
Philadelphia 382 .
St. Louis 1 4 1 ( 1 rw '
First Game-SubRon 4 vs ro 'rs i
Leonard and Semimck: Bracheen. -
Wilks and Rice, Wilber Second Game-Kantor'; Men'sShop p: t M _afAA .

vs. Elks Club. 1 : LOW ;
Game frl
Night -
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Brooklyn ___ 5 10 1 i First Game-Rob's Dairy.Sport' Shop :: : C Ese......North Seek Sccito* -e c.,Tropical Palo) ....-., e...... .
vs. Adams $ w J i- -
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Cincinnati ,- __ _.-- 350 ? Cockl.il LOKHKT

bert dermeer.Barney and Lamanno.Kress and Campanella, Peterson;Gum-Van- ,JULY. Second.26-VX-l Game-Naval Iospitalds. H ; I 1k.NEW SURF%dt :

First Gamc.-Naval: Hospital vs .' 4. j jro. F Af : Sec

First Game Kantor's Men's Shop. :., d eI ; ct ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST,::
R.n.E. Second Game-SubRon 4 vs : ,/ : j .. ,,'
Boston -- -' 2 5 0 Bob's:Sport Shop. "' : \ ] EUGENE E. DENNISON: Manager
:.- 1. ? 1.;JULY 27- R s ,
VX-l Elks i Former Manager of the Casa Marina -
Masi Hamner. Kusk, First vs. r :
Saiiv.and ; t -
McCall, Borowy and Scheffing. Club iJ t'
Second Game-Adams Dairy J ... .
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f Sed Game : vs. V. ..Yl.JUNIOR. r I Ir IIIUJIUWIIIIIIJftIMIUJIJIIImUJJIIW'.nnmmIU'.nnllllillmn!!! : : ;iAII810ulIfRRUl100180U1tl101----t.&
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Boston 1112 ; SOFTBALL ft 1a .

Chicago __. -*-..... 19 2 L Bayview. Park. Afternoon f i 'J I f i-i- ..1 la
(Called by darkness',end of 13th) and Morning : -- ,-: --" --; p1re .n4.' I. A1M14triPlydot "
Voiselle. Potter and Masi; Rush = 1 ,I F THE COUNTRYSIDE AROUND ASHLAND CITY. TEN ... Ie .
Daily play. REP SAM RAYBURN,of Texas'lft( )[>mounU the speaker'ro*; : .3-
and McCollough, Walker... lighted by flames after the explosion of .26-Inch; Hn**' : t
., : trum to take, charge,as. permanent chaitman'af the DemoOatid ?. gas .; pa. : JI -
TENNIS national corvention"in PhiladelphsaT He is'greeted by Senatol! ',. It:burned for about three hours. It was, finally,shut:off-by'a' '

First Game R, H. E. ; Bayview Park. Afternoon Alben W. Berkley of.Kentucky- 'who has been serviag, as. et temporary -' II valve three'- miles away. No .one WM- reported injured..... -i: :; .

Pittsburgh .... .-_m -____ 12 0 and Night chairman. : LANEY MEETS A FLORIDIAN
New York -... 360 Daily play. ....Ir- ........ _"- I.. :
Chesnes Lombardi. Queen and HOTDOG TIME AT THE, CONVENTION. '
Fitzgerald Kluttz; Jansen, liar- SKATING '& fW< > I. .-

tung and. Cooper. .. BayvlawPark.. Night .'

Second Game 7:00 to 9:00: P.M. :
R. H. E. awI .

New York _. ..__- 10 14 1 BASEBALLMunicipal w ,
Pittsburgh .. 3 8 1 .
Stadium. Afternoon
Poat and Livingston; Riddle .

Lombardi. Singleton Main and .SUNDAY \ % t t A3' i
1.3ft: Pirates vs. Marines. -
Fitzgerald !-
3:00-Clowns vs. Naval Air

VX-l Flyers And Army Station.Barracks.. Afternoon = .. ...,'" ..!'
be announced. w { 7ji J7 4 A
Elks, VFW Plays 44W f t : i -

in by-gone years the' members .
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Tonight a'
Dairy : xr
'j I went up the'Thames, in gaily- 3 sirS : FOR. HOME or .
decorated barges m August .of
TwJ Softball games, postponedfrom | ,every year, for the purpose of

last appearance,night due at to Bayview FullerWarren's '"nicking"the swans or marking in* the and river.counting I : COMMERCIAL USE : 'j

Park are scheduled for tonight.In -t '
the opening game the VXL against the one and only Henson t1 We:Are Prepared To Furnish You With ':
Flyers will play the Elks Club. of the Flyers. 4 Y .
The Elks Club has got to win to 1 In the second game the VFW Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE .L".

stay in first place for a loss wilt; ,will play the Adams Diary and .
put them just a game ahead of' 'the dairy boys are fighting hardto -Wk
Kantors and VXK whi will tie 1 get into second'place in" the .at, : ,': Thompson Enterprises, In ,.-' j
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the Kantors they win.- [standing before the season ends ) 1 I'
If the Elks win they will be and if they win they will be just 'AP' MTtr rtH(ni hand with F. M Turner cf Pensacola:.:Fla. at m meeting .:: t ICE DIVISION
three full games ahead of the' two games from second place. U. S. SENATORS CLYDE R. HOEY North Carolina.(len,) and: f ida delegate to the Democratic national convention in Phila- ( ) ii'.

Flyers: It is expected that Joe :Harris will pitch for the Vets James M. Castland: of Mississippi (right) take lIme out for )jotdogs -- delphia. At left is GOT. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina. a: PHONE NO, 9 KEY. WEST. FLAft,

Lewis"'win- again be pitted\ Viand Villareal for the Dairy beys. during the Democratic national convention in Pbia.d.1 l .. .and.'iee.nd from right is Gee Mallard F.. Caldwell *f Flaxda iY lbfI !mr.mmttlllUlldlfn I1II lI ""llj"' .\ '. .
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Molorisl Most\ i I WARREN PROMISES I Warren Accepts( 1 Rivers are estimated to carry I j The Leaning Tower of Pisa

i: THEDESERTi (Continued From Page One) two and a half billion tons of salt I I drifts about a third of an inch I
DANCE ON j fully into the figures to be sub-I annually to .the oceans. every 10years..
Taxed Of Chair presented -- -
Heavily ( -
j milled by Dr. Terrell on the hosI
l .<- I J" !J'I pital's needs. -I
Florence Theel
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All Citizens "As soon as Dr. Terrell sub- By Key
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mit-i his to Tallahassee
--- report me ,
.. I will ask the legislature thai\ Trac3'1
lap..lal n. 1'Itla..t the courtesy of WhiteLaundry
Chapter 16 "You're not thinking' of sell him an oblique smile "Well. I ,
-JACKSONVILLE. Fla. July 1C.I "T '0:? in heck can you do any ing!" Bert said in alarm. wish you 'And with a lingering sits about next expanding spring to the do something II. Van. Byron, president of the
-During the lifetime of an automobile it- "The property's' for, sale, glance she turned the hospital'sfacilities" Sturgis (Mich.) Posture Company,
tire, the Florida car* writin' in al! this ham- naturally. But I'm. not advertis- essence of languid grace, and said Warren. the executive committee of the 1210 White Street Telephone 806
m:: rin'? Sounds like anotherwr ing it. His smile was reassuring. walked slowly down the street. "Dr. Terrell's statements to me Warren-for-Governor Club of
owner pays $170 in State and !" Carolina stood over Bert's "Maybe you boys'll want to buy "Well who's the ball of fire?" this morning was shocking. You I Monroe County, presented Fuller I G .
Federal gasoline taxes accord- I writing table mopping his .it yourselves-one of these days," Eddy demanded. "A movie star can put the full weight of your i Warren with-a-chair he promised

ing to George A. Kimball, Divis- freckled forehpad. His face'was "Could be!" Bert"Well warmed have to the Bert, grinned. "The beauteoustorch organization back of the movement ', to use in the executive; office. atTaJlaha..see WEDFFERYOUONLY
rosy prospect to ,
singer at the Oasis Hotel. to help Uv state hospitaLThe
ion Manager, North Florida CIUb'1 splotched with turquoise paint, make,a pile of.money .It"We're after January I. j ; .,
American Automobile "The one who sings for that hospital needs improvementssuch Van Buren lives in Laird
hu'eIrl air-corps: pants were cov- going to invest in advertising now : '
tion of :Jacksonville. I ered', with it. too. ," Bert said, showing his Davis- guy, who 'insulted you-? as suggested by Dr. Terrell. avenue and he made his offer to! ,
JHs figures were, based on the Crt 'up from the copy. "We'll get the people out "Don't hold it against her.. We should do everything we can the executive 'committee. War- THE BEST
j newspaper -
grinned, Gloria's real nice "
estimate that the average auto- with this and hope to bring 'em a girt""Yehto to help the hospital. ren accepted the chair last night
tire travels about ads he was preparing. "Got. back again with what we give I stay away from,** Invocation was given ths open- when the made j j
mobile 30,000 presentation was
any.hcr inspiration:; buddy them." :Eddy said briefly. "Come on, let's ing of the convention by the Rev.,1' : i
miles before it is replaced. At an "If into fellow named find this Pepper Shayne. Later Warren will specify the --
"I want your advice about wall you run a James H. MacConnell of St. Paul's Linen Service
15 miles the >color and the. type of chair and ; Supply
of to gallonof
average ** Pepper Shayne at the newspaper They found him, a thin sandy-
the powder room. Church a welcoming addresswas
gasoline, this would mean a p.prm': : office tell him I ..recommendedyo haired youth, with collar off, feet it will be delivered directly toj!
consumption of about 2,000 gal- Crt: waved him out. "The pow- -. elevated to a battered desk, a delivered by Mavor A. Mait- him at the executive mansion in I
lons during the lifetime of the der room's your creation fella. Somebody the .advertising match between his lips..He peeredat land Adams. Suitable responsewas Tallahassee. : Laundry Service
Anything you say there goes." department\ them- through owlish-looking made by Judge Green. The chair will be of steel and
tire.The State tax of 7 cents and 'Okay, but don't say I didn't-" "No, he's a reporter.He can do spectacles, but at mention of This afternoon the sessions are leather, Van Buren told the ex- d
The rest of it was drowned by you a lot of good one way or*an. O'Malley. stood. up; shaking to be resumed. Later in the day committee. | .
Federal of 1% cents add |ruuv2
the tax
violent pounding.It other, if he has a mind to. hands. the delegates will be.taken on a Dry CleaningFor
to total of CVz cents on each Thanks, Mr. "Yes I there for dinner."
a O'MaUey. .We'll was
of the city
had been like this for ten look him smiled. sightseeing tour by . . .
gallon of gasoline or $170 on up. Pepper "Didn't seem to
the members of the Monroe Coun-
daj's sawing, hammering, the ; '
have much luck with Blackey f I STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEETKJUMril
Thus, he said, the
2,000 gallons.
whir of Eileen's electric Bar Association. This will be
constant 'D UT by one of ,those coincidences Davis." i ty Dependable Prompt and Courteous Service
gasoline taxes rolled up by an sewing; machine. But the rambling O that 'almost "seemed Bert smiled too. "Kind of gladof I' f'Uo'-.*d bv a cocktail party at : Use WHITE LAUNDRY Facilities
average-cost, average wearingtire hacienda had a lot to show for it! predestination. it was not.the're- it now." He showed Pepper the i the:: Elks Club by the lawyers ofi ; 'COFFEE --

in" its useful life would be The paneled walls were beautifully porter, but Gloria'deSIlria. that series of ads for their opening. i the county.I i MILL, ,
enough to pay for it about 11 |I tinted the spacious floors Bert and Eddy ran' into at the "H-m! Takes guys with a lot I At 8 o'clock tonight the annual I -- -- --
times over. j r,'I of the drawing room and .dining newspaper office. She cameoutina of vision to start up, way out bannuet is scheduled 'to be held at. wAll .
"This gives idea of the tremendous room. were cleaned and waxed charmrevealing'orangeand- there.", He asked questions jotted '
B ach Ro'taurant
; at the South I
'> and ready for dancing. Pete and green sun'suit, stuffing sheets of down some notes. "A sixpieceG.I. Grocers
of tax
amount gasoline Charlie! Morrison had done.a mas- paper into a beach: bag that band will make some good Tester there will be a dance at the I .' -, .- ..
. revenue contributed by the individual 1 t'| terly job on the damaged ceiling.Artistic matched a wide-brimmed hat.. publicity Elk? Club. j ;fERUC ;
Florida motorist in the 'i chairs and tables-handi1 "Well, Bert McLanel"'she said, "You mean you'll give us a free I Election of officers will )h > helm I )
of his ," Mr.'I work of Phil and Roy-had been .
ordinary use car removing jewelled sunglasses writeup? I i tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.At l (
Kimball said. "In addition to painted in bright shades and set giving him the full power of her The reporter chuckled"It's not 10 a.m. tomorrow they will lf ..
these substantial gasoline tax against the walls and in the red- dark magnetic eyes. "I've been usually thrown in with small- ]leave bv airplane flv t" Havana f
payments the car-owners of bricked patio. Gay chintz curtains wondering what happened to space advertising. But this opening where the officers will be lI I .
hung at the tail windows. With you." will be news-to quite a lot of rnk
Florida other taxes their installed. /
pay ; satin brocade salvaged from the Bert pressed her, outstretched people. I
motor vehicles. It is easy to bee draperies Bert and Eileen had fingers. "This has happened'.MissdeSylvia ."Come out Saturday," Bert invited tI .
how the motorist has gained the reupholstered chairs and love- !" he Said.- proudly exhibiting cordially. "The house is I .CARD OF THANKS e
reputation of being the most seats: for the foyer. A big sign the advertising copy. yours!" 'I J Friends and neighbors i wereI I
heavily taxed of all citizens." hung across the entrance""':THE "You're down here-leading "Well, thanks m do that!" lie kind and on the
He concluded: "The motorist HACIENDA. Electric lights and your own band?" she asked, when shook hands with them again. I very sympathetic I
telephone were In. The Alvarado I racer'i"n of our recent bereavement -
she'd glanced at, "Nice fellow, Bert said,as they
feels keenly the pinch of these Merry Makers were practically "Opening .my owh..hightclub- started' for the advertising desk. in the loss of our baby I
taxes. His only consolation is ready: for their gala opening. ours!" He- -turned to-introduce "Seems to besaid Eddy. j daughter and sister. Ws are very z t
that the stiff' gasoline and license Bert and Eddy were starting to Eddy, but 'saw that' he had gone "What "doyo usuppose he meant th nkrul. and particularly to the TAKE WOME
taxes he pays to the State are the Palm Springs newspaper office into the.. building.'' -''.. -- news' to a lot of people?" don" of thp beautiful flowers. M
building u p recordbreakingfunds. : with their advertising copy, when ,She was reading thc.road.dkec- Bert shrugged..-- Search me. MR. AND MRS. R. M. s 6 BIG BOTTLES
These ample funds will Mr. O'Malley. the real estate tions. "You mean--.tl1atbig place, Eddy.. Maybe he means the MrCORKLE and FAMILY.
magnificent road agent drove up in his car. set back from the; road-where owners.". t' s
provide a system 'liof much like the old place,' they.had a fire?" .; ."1 didn't like the sound of it, jly16-Itx 1G
iwornpj ably better than" he said looking around, "but "No sign .of fire.novT.Missjde- somehow"-Eddy frowned-"or
any we"have known in the past. yoU've certainly improved! it. Be Sylvia. You should see'what my that glamor puss's., remarks, >e'w
i much easier to sell. this way. ,, bovs have done witK-it." ;* either." OFFICE r I
FULLER WARREN I when the time arrives. "I certainly should!! She>gave (Te .b continued) Roberts SUPPLIES I

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next November-the Republican 1- TRUMAN ARRIVES TO ttici--l'\Q IlNAT ON ami EQUIPMENT / wl ,
\ 126 Duval Street Phone 250 i Fp,
candidate; will give me no opposition ______
-, I want you to know that We Take PJoasure r EASX
Tfr.f ., .-
I fan an all-Florida governor. If Jn :fainouncinn -t

you have any suggestion;;: to maketo f Mr. Fred EdwardsHas ,'
i Yes, Canrat Au-ningt give
me, you may write me, or I cofaatarfrfce
state it to your representatives I ---I Ix JnSrf-'l Our.SV.i l'nfcc I you a real sense of luxurious t/b-fiver

or, should you think the matter \ TTT! ; and Will Be Happy.To Call I Comfort-a feeling of well.I .

is of major importance, you may On You At Any Time I being 'that defies sun and 121.A ILsasJ

be sure I shall welcome you in DiF' Just Call 250 1I beat.There':are so many fabric Bottled by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of K.SBV West
with I
Tallahassee" to discuss designs to choose from, Under appointment from Pepsi-Cola Company, N. Y
you. s 4'x in colorful or I ,
Mr. Warren said that he was jiminiiiumiimiiiiiuiuHinuuiiniuuuiiiunuuunuiwALLMAPX! woven stripes

endeavoring to make his inau-. 1 ? L painted stripes that your
guration the most colorful in I W II complete satisfaction is always I

Florida history. He wanted itt CARDS assured.Call us today. PEARLMAN'SINCORPORAtED

*be spectacular and glamorous: a Treat yourself to the best
in that it would mark what he'' e Netcs Modrts i this summer. I .
'would strive to make a fair, just I k zrt
Toy* C)
and efficient administration of I
West's Largest LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Store
which the people of the state
Could be rightly proud. He ask- I' The HOBBY SHOP -KEY WEST- (4) '
y0b the 'Summer Heat in
ed the people of Monroe county | J I BLIND COMPANY

to send a float or floats to participate j 1105 Division Street Phone 9)) .
.,,;,.. 123 DUVAL STREET Slacks Shorts- Halters
in the inaugural parade, j I
and said, it would please him'immensely j 1 .L Open Sun. 8 A.M. to Noon'aqummlmnnnmmlualamiomsernmlwKlntr CALL 1O42 i for Estimates i I

if a motorcade came up j
from Monroe county that reach- Ca !! "!. .
j ; -- -- ---- Easy-to-Wear PLAY SUITS
ed from Key West to Miami to' '

take part in the parade and later .1 LEWINSKY'S MEN'S SHOPCOOL !!
attend the inaugural ceremon > ; for Our Informal Summer

ies.When j- Select Your 2 or Piece Outfit frcm Our Large New Shipment
Mr. Warren concludedhis I :
address he introduced Sena- i i
tor James A. Franklin of Fort'
Summer Dresses
i Cool
Myers of this senatorial district IAT' _.irephoto I :
Senator Franklin said he was Now S95 S/T75 $1175
happy to be in Key West. It was PRESIDENT HARRY S. TRUMAN Mrs. Truman and their daughter. Margaret are all smiles as Tropical Worsted : J Q / -
Only -
pleasing to him, indeed, he add they leave their special train at Philadelphia Wednesday night for quick trip to Convention Hall. :

ed when he was afforded the where the President accepted the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.
opportunity o f accompanyingFuller -- --- ..--- DRESSES ONE RACK ONLY

said that Mr. Warren had the u__ .___ _. _'_ I SPECIAL S093:
ability, the sincerity and the determination CLOSING OUT PRICE .
to give Florida four
By .1 ramous Maker .
years of an outstanding adminis a ? rrs NOT TOO SOON TO PREPARE FOR SCHOOL
tration. lie said he would as- l
sist Governor Warren to ha: utmost 'I SINGLEand Large Shipment of CHILDREN'S# SHOESIn

to attain that end. Well KnownBrands. such as: Sundial Peter Robin Hood
At the conclusion of Senator }
Franklin's address Mr. Warren j I R DY

introduced Representative Ber- I J

nie C. Papy, who stated that he'' DOUBLEBREASTED) t SANDALSFor
felt he was voicing the sentiment !

,of the people of Key West in j x Real
declaring they were highly I tS t
pleased in having Fuller Warren j Nl Sts Bare Foot
visit them and shake hands with Sly '
them. "I am sure" Mr. Papy r.
Solids l and t ? Comfortftftniine
said "that he will make us a

,great governor, and I will consider i ,.r Stripes. Tan
it a privilege to work with ,
I, Sntltlle LeatherCushionSoft
him in capacity representative -
my n+ti .
from Monroe county." j .9t I > J .
Mr. Warren spoke briefly alter[ s .5 -AIl Leathcr

tAr. Papy's conclusion. He said r Sizes; 35 46 5 Sole

ItC estimated tbat "about three 3 : j'S IIt.It.- tt )
acres"of people" were listening } Rubber Heel
to him. Just how many there v. .
were, he added, he could not say v, + -Steel ARCH
deifinitely. but he felt sure t l I Support
there were several thousand I AT TIlE EXTREMELYLOW

present, PRICE OF S0.if .
"And I may add" he concluded f
"that" it is the only'crowd I Ism +; 1I: y: .

have ever addressed that grew .f EE1 PA "
larger the longer I spoke. I have $3/50
had some experiences where the .. ; 1 r palest It DW* '. ,
CAP IVlrefrhntf "
crowds dwindled away the longer SANDAL :&
I spoke and that toward the MEMBERS OF THE MISSISSIPPI WALKOUT DELEGATION gather under state standards out-

end I was speaking only to my side Convention Hall in Philadelphia Wednesday night after bolting the Democratic national con
own echo. 1 I vention. They walked out in protest over party's adoption of a strong. civil rights plank in their :-i",

platform. MEN'Sgl
To argue with a Russiarf Com- LEWINSKY'S

muaist is to argue with a phonograph 'SR'RH-I-B>ta---------...-.... --.-fistl a.--staRall
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