The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00199
 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 17, 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: UF00048666:00199
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Key most range country West..equable oi only with Florida 14 climate an* Fahrenheit noels has in. the'J. tl1. r i. ('.e y .r:- ,r 5, t 't." ,(.ttiti.: : .. d For Best Associated Features 63 Interests Years and Press Devoted Photo of! .Day Key Services Wire West the,



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fI Merger Of County ,

fI i I j i i i.IUc I dcd Guilty t ,I II II' 'r

I And City Sought 3 Cecil' M.",Knewlrs awl James li.:1 r I'r _

tk thc
I ? pleaded I gyilly tu-charges I I'J.
.r-ciUrring: the WateiTrnnl\ Cafe. i J.
!(!mnell' street when arraicned

5. By Civic GroupCIVIC bvfx1* Peace .Jl ..tire Ira !VMbujy{ ,J.I J.r r 0

1 w this taaning.They I f s
were .bound over .t'r t the. -J
UOLJ1ES TO IJD*-.------------ --.----- nest term .;f Criminal CiHiif t- J ,
(;cnrge Billh' .n. arrested" on 'a r.

ASKED TO DISCUSS) 2 Cojorcij Men! ) same charge with Kn'vlcs, aoJUeihfl F
1- was met brmiohl in' for I sC
CITY AND c.JU: TYCOIUINATJON preliminary hearing t'.Hay.. 'His I .

I Fijrlji! 2 Hurl I IA aft'.,n..y. Enrique Esq'ufnaldo. Is-Ii t ,# ,F
.l.v ; out ,.f the city. %
They writ h?ll un Icr. 1,000 II
4 A discussion was held last: tuawi mat ceveloped be- beads each.Smalhcrs. i
J1i ht'by the members of the Key Iv/i-eii twa CldnEtt; ineii in '111 t Ij -
Howe street at-4:40: a.m. today 1
West Civic Improvement Association tent both of them !to a local hose I Here I : I
as to the proposal to combine 1)italwith knife" wounds.

the city and. the .countyI Nelson aO<(JUow was sJashc't Leaves
v I I govei nmcnts.j three times with a Knife wielder Sunday I 1I 1j'
by. Eugene Davis. Davis; him-
I j I lOut of that discussion; came. tell had bep,} '.tut one with a' Itrprrscntativ; ? (leorpo ..Smath- j'I.
these decisions knife. ,. r, s rearhfl 1 Krv West; l-l50; a.m. I.
I To send letters to every civic i iI Patrolman Rene Raiale answeied Unla.y. At 2:15: pm: h*: toll"City I.I 4 4t
and fraternal( organization. .In the |1.and found Godhweat Onmmituioner. Louia> Carbon1,!! :I I.I
I Key West urging'them to discuss '1016 Howe street. After,. rpstaiinwit :*Oft Ktarltrl f/vf. "the
the proposition to merge the two taking Co >dJ "
governments, and to bring their 'and finding! n?" trace bf Davis, teas' In play a. round.of golf.: :, .
recommendations to the Civic Uaiaje ''returned to' .Police Head. Smathcrs will ,leave* the citygunr'av :x.--- : x """ .. "'.y--1iiI

Improvement Association. -* quarters. lIC1.-nlW.ft n'.Tutt day: (AP Win photo via. Radio from f. ,
The Civic Improvement Association | Later Patrolman IlowarU Harris -'lie leaves for. Washington! .to. attend \ .J..S)
(.Ai' IU'ltnl'tol) will get the general pub- ; coloi-ed, and told Rai- thn npocia Session /.f.Ooot -
: called I HOOTING AND JEERING Italian Ccnmunist: : pack: the Piazta Esedra in Rome Thursday around
BOTH ARMS RAISED mouth wide open. President Truman lic interested in the idea throughI pale"'lie ht d arrcstejl! ) Davit. Raiale "grrss: called by President. "Yiu- portrait (itGP'censor) of their. .leader. Palmiro:: To liam. who was wounded in an attempted assassination ;; I

I %assails the Republicans in ,delivering his acceptance speech at forums and discussions. Then., --Continued i-.L.. On PaRe- Eight man.- .. < ; Bloody riots. a general strike. s Trl.deaths and injuries to hundreds followed the
to bring - -- - -
the association proposes
,the Democratic national convention in Philadelphia. !I of the shooting: The government said a "back to worV! movsmcnt is cracking the strike. >

-.. -_. ._- -- -. -- I j iple the directly recommendations to the.Monroe County peo-: !iJeWf5 And Arabs Stop --:---- _.. -. -- .- .- -- --- -

Russian PlanesDo I! It Commission.was learned last night that I' .

Fighter I in 1939 Representative Bernie C. ElectedPresident
Papy had the state legislature l Fighting). In : Jerusalem; Judge Gwynn

pass a law enabling a combination *
Not Retard ArrivalOf I of the city and county. I i'- .

The commission was empowered Still I F Firing Elsewhere
by. that act to put the proposals -
Freight For Berlin I to a vote of the people. ,i : Of County
The CIA will urge the commission ANOTHER UNITED NA. f .
.'" to take this: step. .
The CIA also acted last nighton ) i : : AP.. expand: their gains before the .
the proposed colored poorhouse -+! deadline.. The Arabs said. thatat
I'j Association
RUSSELL TO SHUN by appointing a commit s PALESTINE least 500 Jews killed :r: Judges

..IMG:, A AMERICAN nO)18-\\ 'RUIl CONVENTION tee.dard consisting and Mrs. pf Cyril Mrs.Marshall Lee God- i:t J'JLIES TQ ALL *, wounded .in the- were vicinity' of',the or ;; .

*IRs I WILL ..- --.' .... .... 'I before the County Commis.sion j; TOMORROW. 1 walL .roo -
go takeover ...Vx j. -The 10 o'clock order 'had been "t HK: WILL HE INSTALLED TODAY IN }HAVANA
UEULIN' and.urge' the county : Illr "Tr >i t.tr4 Pre .t ;
'IN AREA t JERUSALEM. issued by the United Nations; \. ,, l
colored :
the [ 17.
of July Th
operation j ? their other order regardine rrr = !I
_, 'I!I.Tfcr A..,welatH. Pre..t I I I'BERLIN poor house. : order to cease firing in this city *,all of Palestine. goes into effect loppino besins. i I : ,= .
July 17.-Despite thc The association will also senda l became effective at 10 clock at 10:30: o'clock tomorrow, Jew- 0L ) FOLKS HOME

filing of,Russian. fighting: : "planes i Iowr. letter it to to;appreyyoJ the red t 1al&.high)f.:'4l4.upJq\ : thelatuiry..i' Jf.! leaders informed-the,' :.UI{' to h ua gRo; 1 t"- '+ 'mejnbcrs-al tar-AjsociationfdjCoantyrJudges. .' ,ijJihe oi Florida:
that ase" figMih2 i
the air corridors leading i : to. The proposalis' to I utes Jews and Arabs continued they ce .r. '
poorhouse. departed for Havana this morning by airplane and in thai cUr
,, but official word has .been they
unfavorIable no yet
Ili for to use all ,types'of had.
also arms'they
rlin :'and
despite white poorhouse
the old .
Jc use jeceived from the Arabs. e' Charfcs; Toppino and Sons, local win install the new officers elected yesterday. '
Y' residents ot the city. i Artillery fire from both sideswas
weather, the' arrival iota the The.negro CIA association is going intense up to the "deadline. '.;,Today, the greater part of the l eon; {rk ors.:, today began re- Last night the members and their wives joined in a cotkiail
transport: planes with supplies for I I to send a letter to Fuller Warren Arab leaders said today that fighting j is in northern.Palestine surf aeing the foadway around the party at the Elks Club Annex and later held-their annual ban'll:
lljo wf tern zones in this city who will be elected governor 1 their guns became so hot from where the Jews claim' to have Monroe County Courthouse. The at the South Beach Restaurant *

continued regular all day and kepi, .4 .lh fall recommending: he appoint constant firing it was difficult. to made gains in two sectors. job is being done ,with asphalt The new office of \the association elected yesterday, illth.Juth;
cargoes: up to peak levels. to the Florida Keys A'1I1"- use them. The Jewish underground in and cussed rock; and will displace they were not to have been nan:!
newspaper l in the Russian duct Commission a member of v But rifleand mortar firing Palestine broadcast a statement the:-sand-; and rock roadway ten until today! arc

y.nns published an editorial today j t the City Commission' and a also* was extensive on both sides. today, in which it Xvas said that byiltthere; some months ago! by I Judge James C. Gwynn, or
taunting the Americans. member of the CoUnty Commis Arabtleaders'tod] today of tnanyof if the UN makes Jerusalem an :Jhe".same. firm"Tuppino Tallahassee, whovas 11 II ,tt-J
K their pfficprs climbing the international city, the'Jews will is' laying the asphalt tS
sion. .,
Diitiflt' and French and accusing) I vftlhioWcost 1A the county. Thel'CwaS president; Judge Harry: MrTjijn-
It pointed out that.: members wall here and using' this; r pistols:>> have lost the war even! though aid, of Gaincsville.,named %ccrelary.

them with Russia.of!being Commanders afraid to Ro to of war'f I of the two commissions: are in against Jews" WK_were_trying to .hey I" win the Wattles.. ..."..t...__ ___- some the'misunderstanding; specifications when regarding and Judge Howard Lvi: .?;t.
close touch with the people and sloe of Scbring, (
three- Allies disregarded the I would be more familiar with the t TENESSEAN: 3IILD.. A.BOUT HARRT" 'he first/"roadway was built and A The following men rar.urC'r.were clt-t:
taunts but'a substantial answer confirming them. It H. } adid:;: i 'not stand up. .
crime:. from London to the effect1 Y situation misunderstanding : -v 'r- : .; r-r t .. :- 4L ed vice presidents; ,
would elininate any I First district Jude fin 1: i
that. trig- American bombersintlttding in the future., accord- i Wab5QnTo: Die Wiggins of Barlow tleconrl: tie
60 Suporforflrsses. y I !
carry out .a series of practicerflights ins: to the 'association. I I 'ik AREt.M1 .1r.- trio Judge J. M. Ilcarn of Liv
There will be a report pub- Oak: third district. Judge Klein
will I
land, on over airfields Germany in th j'=and 7.on- ocJcupicd tis-hed by the chairman of the ) Week{ Of Aug. 9 McDonald of Bonifay: fourth dd l>
bloc of CIA committee and its findings. e. trio Judge W. F. Ulan ton ol
l hy the western
nations. of the water increase. Lt.'k' David j.. Waton. negro, who Miami; fifth ('.. ,ict.; Judge ("li.
I i \ ) '? C Mathii. Jr.. of St. AiiRU.; ie
The ImmbinS) plancy'willarty: j convicted o(< killing f whit"ailor
out their maneuvers with RAFplanc's Snake Car j in Key West two years p sixth district: Judge: Iirir>,n, ) f
of West Palm B. '
._ Robbins n>
of all kinds, accorclinT to WaS sentenced to die
another( London report received1' ,., '-." ..,:.. _--C:_ ',\-.." bv electrocution during the week Judge A. S. Iferlon. .TI., ..f
here. It wsa also said that morethan SYDNEY Auslralja-(/!) Ant I ( -August 9 by Fderal Judge LtesburiT. was elected to lioiun'
(AI"'Ir.phUlvJ motorist recently had \ member in the ).'
1.200 crewmen for the Australian : Io..rr John W. Holland of Miami. ary associ-j: .a
off his front rear wheel !I He received th nomir
boinbrrs! had arrived in London U. S. SENATOR RICHARD B. to take Watson was brought back hum rnscntly
dead snake. Roy tion for from th filDistrict. > >
all fr th mare to remove a Tampa and underwent an exam- congrss:
and that pract"'lv RUSSELL of Georgia (i above) .,
veterans of World War II. received 263 rebellious southern Edwards of Ararat. Victoria rants:! 'nation-'by medical experts to deermine1 Judge Troy 1111. ..
brown snake which; -> Lecsburg ..was0; made a naIcr
The article further I over a < whether or not he is in-
newspaper I I
Totes for the Democratic the brake FOREIGN MINISTER to succeed l Judge H-.l'n. ::
raid. that Russian troops in Berlin I came entangled in (Continued On Page Eight) I
I and its immediate vicinity j jweits j presidential nomination eat drum. I -Moshe Shertok (above), is the H;>rlong received; an honor'i"w ill'
s II strong and so well Philadelphia. But he says he foreign minister of the new I/ membership: in the association
could reach the( will not attend' nor permit his created Ute of brad. The discU! rioD yesterday lo<1 co
equipped western part the of Germany in an!I name to beused, at the "rump" ; Combination Door I '. decision by the association ,
unstopped march and could be|I convention of States Rights Special i Wooden urge the state legislature: to rA
I -- with which to cnn.'r.'t
in western Europe in two or|I Democrats in Birmingham. I S Mtr money
Summer Home-for-OW-Folk of FIr:
three weeks. Ala. today. "
1I TELEPHONE 816 Made\ For cdMOSCOWl1""ncd I ida. Dr. J. H. Thwrell. suji'-nn.,
tenHent of the Florida SlatHe-
-gtllfVAi'M. ...rK. l. t.. ". I i\\OMi.OF I MILLS Tir'iNsi I BODY I i ( Xr pital at Chattahoochee. who atI
i i i iIKS.v IL'UOIIIIJIU'Cheater REPAIRS Fleet"says I I tended the convention is g.Iin'ts >
TWINS GARAGE that the largest dockyard
; !; recommend: th- construction of

-,..;. F'.IeadIY I..irhalee healer'us. I Robert Mills: infant PAINT JOB. .$45.00 Up rt'P SPECIALSF' for construction of wooden ships i ian Old Folks Home.
III S At. LE194 ORDter.. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Leon (AU Makes cf Can) in the country is being built on Dr. Therrell pointed ou'' tJi'! t
FOR SA $ Myers. of Key West and:: twin Inc Week Pliilll- 'the river Svir. Ships having a ,the present Stale Hotpital. vl ;ch
Door Sedan.Excellent. Condition;I I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hubert; Monroe'Motors, I Ulumlay July 1'J capacity cf from 25 to 3,000 ton 'Continued: On Page Eight
Mills. Woodbury, N. J_ dic-d' on I "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" .rw we are under construction.: -
July 2. fAt' Wtr nhoioJ
puo"E .1: | t Morales Dry Cleaning -
) The twins were born to Mrs. nadiDg'e Palace Theater"
OFFICE A. "fl. BRIGHT# of Kingsport. Teniu,displays sign -
TICKET i Mills, the .former Gloria Myersof
I Democratic Rational convention Afitl SiniwicrSPECIALS
Mild about Harrr at the
this city.. June 30. Surviving. are Jon Hall and Patricia Morrison in
All. AIRLINES! in PhiUdtlphiai! Southern delegate almost without exception Masonic\ Notice
twin. Bruce Robert is
prosrcss-. *
l ( ing nicely. DANCEAmerican Toted for Senator Richard B. Russell of Georgia for the presJ-- I

PRICE TOURS Mr. and Mrs. Myers are visiting 4entiJ l nomination} in futile protest.aalastTnnDaa. and.his civilrlghu Anchor Lodge. No. 182. F. &: iln Technicolor and SHORTS) rJ
i 4..1. srte+.a. wt; j Woodbury. !P- '". glen's 'TROUSERS 35cIt'u' A.M. will meet in Special
I'in Legion Home :----_:P.. .- -- -- I \ : 'g SUITS 75cLadies' Communication. Monday July ...
r 19. rt 7:30 P.M. for purpos of
Lady Bordrn STOCK ISLAND a ,. V'SERVICE ON' PRESCRIPTIONS? DRESSES, conferring the Muter. Mason

RAUL'S CLUB Sponsored' by Anerirtni SINGLE VISION LENSES FILLED (Plain). 75c Degree. ;i 5teaItI

Dance Tojiite ICE CREAMLuscious. \ Legion Auxiliary .Lathes'SUITS! 73c AU ,members and sojourners I

tfig SOc PER PERSON Keys OpticalServiceno 'Ladies9 SLACKS -35c invited to be present. for Sunday, Saliinlay or
Velvety GoodAss
10-2 In the Distinctive Burgundy Sailors 'BLUEs'S5c By orders Any Other Day in the If relt
PRIZESMusic ) pUYAL STREET. Neu Florida National Bank
Featuring the AUSTIN: ROBERTS Big Tender. Juicy Ones.
DEBONAIRESModerate Armayor'sLA by Wishes' To Announce_ Its Opening. 271-.IPhon'and 1511 W.M. ", at tinr. tender prices
for-Picfe-up Delivery
THE THREE SHARPS On July 19th Attest E
Priced Driuts Monday : WEAVER'SCHICKEN
Office: LA
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Till 1
Boulevard From 9:00 0 Leu q, Accurately Duplicated Sun Glasaea 2 Locations$ Fleming Street Secretary.
Raul's Club Corner William and Windsor BUS SERVICE EVERY HOOT l and 21S,Slmonton StreetS
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Published JJ&Uy Exe..t Snnday, by .' 4' ,1 "" Radio Progfl11* I 'THE AMERICAN N I _

L P. ARTMAX.:' Owaer mm* PmblUker l-! That was ,a flimsy excuse Monroe 11 II (O-F..F.. _
NORMAN:' D. ARTMAJI. B1UI .. Ma.a geP. First Auto KI.KVKATH Jl DiriAL. CIiUlj1'
S S S S S S S S S S S C S S S S S.55 5..S I | ; _
From The Citizen BuildingCorner county commissioners put forward Tues- 'f" EW TUB VTA**: ef* Pt/oftlDA.
Greene and Ann Street 1A>O POlL MOXHOR ('01 \f!.
Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and day night for their of i GRENOBLE. France.( IX <\\4-r.Ht.
Monroe County giving away $1,800 NETWORK PROGRAMS I APJ.- .. .11.405 ) _
I the I Ca*ttrn Leel Time.i For central I ISubtract THERE ARE A LOT Montfort, a tiny Alpine village .JOHX m :wri! TtRR.
entered at Key West. Florida a* second class matter taxpayers money annually to the local ono hour for mountain I -1- near the Italian border saw its ,... rJaiatiff. !till ________
.- subtract two hour Some local station I F FOLKS WAITING __________ DIIOIICF 4
radio station. first automobile t
MEMBER: OF TUB A44OCIATED PIES The so-called excuse was I change heue of retay to fit I OR THIS TRAIN recently whena : StART ViCTORIA" OWENS:
The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to local icheo'Kle Last miaitte proaram I contractor from the town of I Tl'HNKK. Defen. .' I.
one for reproduction of all news dispatches credited that the station will give out weather reports change cannot be '*ncludeJSATURDAY ,- tAoR Aiguebelle took a priest and a tHIUKK bK l-MlLIf AtlCl\ ______
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to it or not otherwise credited In this paper. and .-- : Mary Victoria Owens!!! Turner.
also the published here. rural policemen .up the mile- I .8 Cliff Stret
local news ; particularly when a hurricane is reported l .'
,. JULY I* tracks in a jeep. I ,NaBKatnck.; ConnertlcutYou '
.. SUU!'CRIPTIO.\ RATES! in thus: area. ; Q- .1I I I are hereby required" to ap
tMeye&riz 111." Evening. /t- I pear.: la the Bill for Divorce flied _

? Months _ _ _ _ *-. Weather r ports are ,given out daily *: -Summary of News-nbo _\ _ .T11iArS attaint you in the. above styled" _
Three Months ._t.7$ Newscast Krery Da-cba t I ceo t>e on ..r before the tub day W
the} Citizen and Network Music Tineab4Fiance : % 9r I ANNIvFiisAniljI'o August A. U D4J __
JTiC Month ---- by by radio stations in .. I .otherwise tb* ___
: Time mbs-east :
Weekly -' .254 f-- allegation. nUfuu therein will _
:Ml ml ana elsewhere, and taxpayers, Take a Number-mbs-west i ( runercaj: ) i l e .token AM Dferiiett.. ji ..H)
ADTERTISIWCt RATE ':I5-Art of Living-nbc tMinc
) !! and oroereu at hey West.
Made Known Oft Application ihrdugh ihelr public bTficials, don't rovid To Be, Announced-cbS !. 1744-Elbridge berry, Massachuselts Florida. thl 'UIII day ..I. JuV;?
Profit of Prayer-abe \. l>. I 4S. .
Spr.C'ALXuTIC . subsidies;; ( for that service to the .:30-Summer ssympnony-nf>o i merchant sigher'of .thf.1 (('rullt to.urt.. k
All reading notices cards of thanks, resolntloasft iIb Red Barber Sports-cbs.. bd'.f., I' | Declaration of Independence, 5th Seal) ROM .r $.SUwter, H, _
respect ot/ltuary. po ma, etc will be ic. Han-i -Wisiner Sport -J < Vice President born MarbleheadMass. it Court,
'eila..e : Dance Music-mbs-east f'l4)Cl .r'r: :
larged for of line.-- Fly .
at rate a : h.
Notices for entcrtalament ty churches from whlebrevenue As for reports about hurricanes: the True or False-mba-west Died Nov. 23, 1814. !*! .IT Clerk, ,
t is to be derived are G cents a line. ., Miami( radio stations .:45-New and Commentary 'I 174i Timothy: .Pickering soldier wiLuAit: v.: Ai-jamr.. ,
Jceep Jack BeaU abo-A-
The Citizen is an open forum and invites dlsturslrn all South Flor- Comment- Attorney for Plaintiff.,
of public Lessee and subjects of local ..rlIeneral ida 'Informed sometimes IOO-S1. Louts Opera-cbs '. -- of the Revolution, holder or J1J'J.-t-3';ao<<1J'.l"IqH
throughout the Challenge of Yukon-abe ihiw .
interest but It will not pub'ish: anonymous cablnej positions Under .
mmunlralions. Hawaii Calls Musicians-mb* '
night, when a hurricane l is moving in this 7:30-Curtain Time Drama-nbo I president Washington, who per' ,44II4 Hitl-l -tli4.eC THH.

Hirecliott. Owners the stations Vie Oamone Serenade-cbs -j-----;:: : toy tiied grioat.services_ for the m.r1srsTts' itiIill.I,. f IUr,...
of feel that Famou Jury Trials-abe I THtt TTM OF f-Mli1
Name of Song Quiz-mbs % country; boi-n.Ir!rj Salem, Mass. tOfi\ AMI .
they lire performing a 'public service that 7:4i-H. Carmichael] Song-cb* nit-
) i is in the nature of a* duty they to their 8:00-ToBe Announced-nbo I 17(53( :- John.Jacob Astor, immigrant *.. 11- -
/MEMBER listeners.!=: Owners of the :stations: don't To Be Announced-abe fitbi1! fur t trader, New York founder Plaintiff. ,
Twenty Questions Quli-mbs ( I of the family fortuhe, developer )1'nT"J' i iv mrn _
the ENIiSF. K
city or the county to give them 1:30 1:15-Hollywood: -Truth or Consequences Horse Race-abe : '.ot America,. bOrn in Gcrniahy. iii. : ITt)

subsidies for passing: on to the people information Amazing :.Ialone-abe I Died March 29, J64R. oNIi.i fett&rK: 1'TO ",
Stop We. Gag Show-mbs' ft.I
1809-Samuel M, Helton noted
about hurricanes b'rt : .MAn" Jo ttrtllNr; STERV I"(9
the .:00-Hit Sinatra nba '
contrary : M. Amsterdam Parade. Show--cbs 2'.t'C: : railroad hf>9d.of great service to I'IJtSKI..: ,

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST the. owners keep their staffs--on tIptoe Gang Busters Drama-abe the Union in Lincolnsday born P.* (X lbs J:f.
Three for Money Quiz-robs l uibester l<< Connecticut <: *' ______
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN to report the advisories they ht Newbury, Mass: tie) t Jan. Ton are lier-H reqairett
as arc received t30-Can You Top This-nbc > tq aphear _
,. It Pays to Be Ignorant-cb* 24. 1889. to the Hill of Complaint For
without any thought of reward, What's My Name-abe' V : 1832-John McKim Episcopal .:.rti.e in the above styled raufKt

1. More'Hotels and Apartment dther than the goodwill of 'their listeners.) 10.-00)I.-et's Radio Dance City America Playhouse-inbtj 1f .. .' t lJ .'l t..MTo mission ry-bhhop in Japan more on .\. I).n.1 UU.the, otherwise lih. day the of, Augllust alle- '

2. Beech and Bathing Pavilion. So why should the Prof.-Quiz-abc-baslc than filly years: born at Pitts- rations. therein will he taken asconfessed.
city and the county Chicago Theater-mbs .
3. Airports-Land and Sea. commissioners: ;; make 10:30-The Grand Oi. .Opry-nbo l1ot&- Stall/ Production field. Mass. Died April 4, 1936. 'This' Order Is fif> W published

4. Consolidation of and an exception of the Hayloft Hoedown-abe : :: __ once a week for fear ronoerutitewefc .
County __ : _i.4tt I
: ":--r--- -- -- u - -- --- Ie ,Till'' Key Went '
< dUxen
radio station in Key West? The city gh'esthe ii:00-Sews & Variety-nbc. ; Colds! cost about billion. doli) ubMxhe anewspaper
City Governments. News.' Variety. 2 hrs.-:cbs t> In the illyof
Auditorium. station i,200 and the' will News and Dance Hour-abo UiUWEiUiniRtnDii)>titnnsiiiiQniiiiiupn9ni) .; ) > I: TODAY IN HISTORY. lars a'year in the United States. I Key n>M. Vlc.rMa. ,
5. Community county give Horn's a Krackin*-mbs ; tM>:qa-: ANI Ofll'l'Ill.n{ this thv.
$1,800 11:30-Dance Band Shows-mba I r (Know America) day of July .\. l>. ISIS!
annually a total of $3,000; to a private 12:00-Danclne Continued abc-west [Key West- IijxODlays' t LEG LS (seal l) lions t; Sawyer
1780 Bank of Pennsylvania
enterprise. r : rierk of the Circuit Cmirl" ;
I .f opens in Philadelphia-a pioneer Monroe .unty. Florida ,,
a; If the commissioners feel there is : Gone By : th. i\ Tit F.. ('InC.-IT roi'iiT OP THE fly. : Florence i":. Sawyer.. .
MONOGRAPH any NETWORK PROGRAMS .- ( bank and of great -service to I.fa 1\1'11 Jiiiirii.IK- Deputy Clerksd -

justification in giving away the taxpayers' eastern.Local Time. For centralsubtract \, Revolutionary arniy in its 18 ('liT IN AMI 'OH MOMtOK ( ) AI.I.AN R CI.KAUK', Jr.. -
('01 \TV. vrTt: UK "fi.nnint. Solicitor for tlaintiff
Andrei Gromyko one hour. .mountain AS TAKEN FROM OT months of life. '
FILES : julie-17-H-ll.lM
money to the station, a similar justification i\ <(<'IIASCIIIS. :
subtract two hours. locaf sta 1854 Historic party of 29 to
THE CITIZEN (.55. 1':1
New York City tiens change; hour of relayto tit t I
applies to any other enterprise 1 settle Kansas sent out by theMassachusete I.onn.'lNK ";RH.
particularly local; uh.clule. Last minute pre. JUNE 17. 1933! 1*I II\ TIlE rinriIT ('O"RT OF THEI -
Dear Andrei !gram changes: eannet be included. 1 PTa lot if,. .
: Emigrant Society. F.I.I\ F.NTII ii 1)151 SI. IIH-
a which is semi-public
newspaper, in vs. II" OIlCf: ..tcrinMAIIUMI \
nnunuinmiuuiaiuuuiumjiiiiiunDiin22iiiinuinnIgnacio! !' 1 enacts th Utah ('IIT.OP "'LOll II"%. IN .'''11
Upon leaving this country you expressed its operation. Put The Citizen would 1894-Congress ? KHR. I I POll "..,""lIot: fOIT1.. FI.OII-:
em- SUNDAY, JULY 18/ CarbcmeJlI sen of Mr. Enabling Act-on condition poly- ID%. IX ('llClERI. j'I '
the wish that you would not be phatically'refuse be abolished. I ORDER op PI HLI.\\TIO> I e >.. II-4V2
a subsidy. ,It wants only Afternoon i. and Mrs. Juan arbonell of Kay gamy TO: I fOnOTflr.LARSEN -. KF.n.

required to return. The nation joins you what it earns, and that- same'standardshould : 1:00: Philadelphia-America Untied.:Report TaTks-cbs-nlot, West, who Is student in the ]:. formally 1898-(50( surrenders-war years: ago) Santiago with Mahlar* X. Rrh2JZ Warmx-k Strc.ti'hilad.Iphta i,i ,vs.Jolts Plaintiff DlVnRCB

in the hope that your wish will be grati- apply to the radio station or any Sam Be I'cttinglU Announced-mbs.b I Talk-alicbasloTw arcitectural versity of Florida"College: has in been th.e Uni- Spain' I nia <3!) Pennsylvania -i! J. PARKER, Defendant

fied. other private enterprise. ':1& Editor at Home abe' I promoted 1918-9,000 New Jersey machinists are hereby required to appear >OTIfK TO 'PPi:\HIN "
The Alufic ilox-mbs-basle to first lieutenant at the strike-in midst of to the Bill fn -om plaint. fordlvorre THE NAMK 0). THK STATRK
on :;
THE ORACLE 1:30-Chicuso Itoundlable-nbo ROTC encampment at Fort 3aiining go in the above rt>Ied eaoRenn I ( FI.. RIDA: -
Tell It Again liramacbs: I j the war. I the 2nd day of August. A. I). ; TO: JtHIN .J. PARKRR. 1,
How to beat the National' "etiperabeContemporary Georgia. I Civil War 1*48. otherwise, the allegations ,
high cost of food : I 1936-The Spanish "/0 American onsulale Oen-
< 12:00liret j ') therein will be taken .
Music-m|! <<< if j --:- ', a? confcse.d.Thia.
Don't eat so much avoid J *\1 f! begins in Morocco and soon order |o be published once eral
; digging your Piano Quartet fib4l -Hiiyor Willard MLAlbufy to- _\. P. tl. No. '1". ('/0 ContmasfJer.
MAN IN THE STREET MIGHT KNOWIt Return Jnag.ment-cb:: ; : spreads Spain.i a week for' four consecutive weeks ,
grave with your teeth Week Around World-abu day 'l-ecejyep'a t legiam from : Corrig in The K..v"t Citizen a newspaper San Franci!co. California. i
; i "WrongWay"
.kir i Force Showrsbi fit-- \ 1938- published in Key West, Klorlrta. I : 'C-
<< WPAt h adfeuarters irj Jackson- Olangchow. <'iiina)
: J
2:30. -Kobert Merrill ConceNews rt-Kbe ;;s leayes NeW? York for Dublin, Ire- I You are hereby -llfl.d and r.- ;.
I j is hardly fair to a politician .to go The Comnntary-cbt vile, stating that the army and ;': 'onC and Ordered this let day of quired to appear to. the Hill of
go-to-church drive land. .
can receive )Ir. Pre"id.mt-abc \\Vsl' July. A. I) "48.
for I
navy projects Key Complaint for divorce filed in th*
back and quote what he says before a convention your personal support regardless of ;';."Veterans Comment PanelmbaZ:4CJplnL.fl -cb* ... t probably: will be finally appi-ev-!.j! 1941- Second Selective Service ; Aupu 3. 1>4S otheraie.. the al-
whether other scO-Music I"arade-nbe ed on July 18 and that work on ,[' Lottery in Washington. JoIonr". County,. Florida leKatlonn of oald; Rill nf Complaintwill II
especially when he is a candidateand < people fall in line or not. ho."bs .. American planes! bomb By: ffdi Ann. C: Ix.nR worth. D. C. I .
Symphony them will begin- shdrtly 'there-i 1 I 1943- THOMAS S. ('ARO.itoijeitor be taken a confeiuied by you.

may be talking for the parpose, of bolstering Nt Summer' s Broadcast Ielody-mbs-abe after. .1 I Naples Italy, and h2avily: bomb for the P inllfr. t (!'f'aU|fatfod this lot Rose day of C Jnlr.Sawyer 1948..

his wavering adherents. "AS CRAVE AS'MUNICH" S:1:>-American Almanac-abe German-held Amsterdam. jlTl -l..n.U.uu Clerk of the Cricuit Court.of
FanIir-lrbc :.: I Monroe Co .. Florida. "
:30 One Man's atr \
Nevertheless, it might pay the public Is : :"' !1'Vinston' Dance HaII-H ur-abe II'.. The Florida National"G:1 r-i | lf44S-Amerans' fight their 'iv +051 ('JRti: : -r coinT o. F THE .'r, .. I't'<.T:'.> F'I.. ..,..... !\.__," \' -.'' ', .'
LiCe Begins at tO-nibs regimental band under the direction ,,'v?&$ iniTcf1S{. Lo. in Ncrmandyvj Ei.ESRTU.ICIPICIAL: ( IHCl ITOP .,,(Ti)'" '1 rk
occasionally to predictions and Churchill war leader of Jelly-nbo' TIIR- !STaTE OF. FtAJRiD JOHN c. t .
compare 4OO-Qulz TJal Tinney Kids.Talk Joe-8 be ." of Caesar La Monoc&, i j I 1945-:-Bag" Three Conference in iAU pan MO'vnoR (coiT. OKNJAMIN-\Vf.i:. ,

events, in order to get an idea of the sincerity Great Britan and present head oi the opposition House ot Aly..terJ-mbs will give a concert tonight in Potsdam' cpans.: I' rll tSrEItt.as. -. Attorney- Plaintiff.
:- 415--To Be Announced-aba 'Coral Park. ( '(' ,.. 11.450TECrono By: Benjamin K. Carey
of public utterances and the correctness party, recently pleged the sup- 30-News: Living 1S4S-nbo :J i947At Lake Succsss, Gromyko ii nizox, all Ingrabam Kuildin

of the Make Mine Music-cbs. ko laps at U. S. motives in the Plaintiff Miami.
of political predictions. port Conservative Party to the MUton Cruss Records-TW>. C !' Key West Boy Scouts todayare Civil Service v... ANNfUMEXTJOSRF1NA jul. -UIt'a.Uf"I; ;: "-
Balkans. U. S.
These observations apply to ncws- Labor Government in the crisis betweenthe Detective %Isteries-znbs t acting as guides to Scout: ASrxCION.I>ef ndant,
19-Author Meets Crltjcl!-*-TM. Commission disclosure that an .
iv TilE rittci'iT rornr OF ,
from Alabama who are here on ORDER OP PI SLICAT1OSTO
paper writers radio commentators and Western and the Soviet Union Personal Autograph-abe" .
powers Under Arrest Drama-mbs I I estimated 811 Federal emplovees : jn>iri4i. CIHCTITl .
a sightseeing tour. | -
Jonefina AlluO'lon.Jva. l> .''' FOR MONBOK COlTY t; ::
so-called political prognosticators like over Berlin. .:1 -Phil Daris Orch.-cbs i I have been ousted ss: "disloyal" in Zatnhales. Luzon. P. L OF THR STATe Of Fl.onilt, ,

the sports writers, who never fail to makepredictions Mr. Churchill declared that the issues 6:30 To-Jane Be Anr.ounced-cbs Plckens: Show-nb* .. J. .Warren Pinder; son> of Mr. i; past nine months. You the are Bill hereby for required Annulment to appearto filed" IN CIltCERI.1as.* %... 11..M4 1.

-:0 Counter" Spy Drama-abe and Mrs. Steadman finder, 32) IlKRHEUT BERNARD IIOfSR. ..
In the above styledcane.
on the probable outcome of are "as grave as those we know What Makes You Tick-mbs against you
now I
I five Plaintiff
Elizabeth street, hits been elected ]j Not more than three of the An or before the 15th day of

: athletic events the clan has a habit of laying were at stake at Munich ten years ago," Evesin. president of the.Shrine Drum 'members' of the Export-Import I August allegations, A. IX contained ibiS. otherwise therein will the : vs.VERXA
c. down very positive conclusions as to and that "there can be no no doubt that 1:03: The-Catholic Family Kadlu"I'tmcbs Serrlce.- bo Corps in Tampa .where he is Bank Washington. can be members be taken as confessed. -, ,- ORDER OP ,Pt-'BLlCATlOV. Defendant. .It

and also the Drew Pearson Comment-abo making his home.: The corp! is of any one political party. bone, and Ordered at of Ker West.Florida A.. TO: VERSA CLIFFORD HflfflR: C:;
occur the reasons for the occur. Communist government of Russia has Those Webster Skit-robtjr' ( this 23th day .June.
connected with Egypt -Temple o I>. U8. Ii Sooth Broad Street. rWoodhurj /
.. ence. made up its: mind to drive us and France *:1S-::New* Summary-aba'" Shriners. I i[tification of the Overseas Highway (CIRCUIT COCRT KfiAL) : New: Jrrrtr :'
t:3J--Hollywood Preview-nbo ROM C Sawyer. Tew are hereby requiredtoap- *
From a more or"less serious study of and all the other Allies out and turn the Summer Guest. Concert-cbs: [f on July. 25. Clerk of Circuit Court, p..a> to the Kill of Complaint fi>rnni:
):.afltiodainrt1kabq Two finance companies! are -ie-."' .fly: (sd) Florence K. Kawytr divorce in the above styled aufce:> ,ton
the subject during the past thirty-five Russian; zone in Germany into one of its Nick: Carter. et.ctlve-mbs' to be. interested Iri Mts. Bonnie B. Austin and Deputy Clerk. or before the led daof August,1: t'
ported 'pipin ; ,
Announced a6c. aU.galf"Unn.
J:4STo Ce Enrique Kftqninaldo. Jr.. A I) 1>4$. otherwise the
-:; years, we have come to the conclusion satellite states under the rule of totalitarian Ioo-:1.et's::: : Talk Hollywood-nbo 'a line of fresh water to Key daughter Bonnie B., who had Attprney for Plaintiff Iberia will be taken kn ("fn.91 ,f)
.. The Gene Autry hhuwcbsa jun 2 C iul 3-U-I7. 1948.IN fered.'I'bi .
WcsU Chairman William T. been visiting the form es s ;
that most of the stuff that i Is printed is i terrorism. Love Adventure-abc- ftrAfT In to ttf publinhed n '
.iljitery 1'laybouse--mba Doughtry informed the Florida:i brother:, Ray Bush left today THR r>nce a week for four consecutiveweekH .l1
Cincil? 01 TIIRKl.K
( lIT OP
; buncombe. The war leader pointed out that the I:30-Pat O'Brien Drama-nboCfendie Keys Aqueduct Commission to- for their home rn Tampa. :' KTII JtDICIAI f-IKCI IT Iq the Key Went "HUen; anewspaper '//r (

C In fact if we wanted to democracies should have learned now and Dafwood: ,-cts> t day. ; V. i j" OP TIIR. WTATK OP PJwURIU*.. pa"U..h' In lbs CIty ot -
gat an opinion by Bill C.u Gabriel Hcalter Show-mb', ..___ | :Today The Citizen says in an lAMI. FOR MOMIOK' leone and Ordered; this 2nd day ,i
to the tliat l, ( 'tU'lif"F.IU'. ,
probabloutcome of there
as the is "in yielding
no to .
$,:8B-The Shaw Chorale-nbe Sixty-eight Civilian. Conservation : editorial paragraph: "You may tam %.. 11-43: of July AI) Uti ...
Democratic National Convention, for. example tators-whether Nazi or Communist." lie Sara Spade Adventure*-*bs at.FoitTitylZr ... have head but also has a CARI, R. H MIKRa!' (SEAL
Stop th* Music QuU- :bts boys who ;arp s a so Plaintiff tin* r Sawyer n,

we would have just about as much urged a "firm and resolute course" as "not '.:30-The RFD Mediation America Botrd-o.bs-t Q.llz-n ,, S Till begirt Die 'beau, pin." .. CIIARIJOTTB Vs. :MAY ROC.KRS\ORTK: Clerk Monroe of County.the Circuit FlorMa.Court,*,'.''(

chance 'to ascertain the probable course only the best but the : nly.... chance of .Movies The Man Commentary-mba Called X-cbs 7--3 ------"alcHTS-!-- - --I Defendant ItLlA1I4CT1 .. -By (f d> Anne C.Deputy nsworth.Clerk. ..t-i. ...
by talking with ten or twenty individuals preventing a third World War. He pledged l:4S I 00--Twin)-Merry-Co-Hound News Comment-mba ,} I II : $(H Ue-Itnr, ) Allan for h. OUare.Plaintiff.Jr. .A.- '
;. I Charlotte May Rogera
= on the street as by taking the composite to the Labor Government his full support Winner Take AH-cbs b III Lake,Street.Norwich. juI3.J.J4 ".,.
Walter Wiachell Time--aba .
conclusions of the so-called experts. "in the stand which, with all their 'To Be Announced-mbs ; You are hereby required to appear i\- TUB rincriT? C-OVRT nf.TttRvk'1ri.KKTH '
':1*'-Hollywood Cofnhient*-abe t e! to the Bill for. Divorce filed againutyou : JIDII'lAI. 'IHCriTflP : '
devotion to the- cause of peace, they have t:3 --AlbumFmV! r MtJal.--be. > r in the aliore styled cause on <>r TMK "TAT>: OF FI.OniU" t.,
SENSIBLE BUT DIFFICULT felt Strike If: ftfcfc. W Ii- l*' a, -- -1' .before the ,2..th day of. July A. IJ. ,m A>U FOil MO,HOK ror%. TT.l .
I to make.
Superstition Dramas abalf 194S otherwise the allegations contained \ 'I'-'F.Rt"
,. .. a Living Sbow-mbe therein will. be taken as con ('aae- %.. 11-451
.. 10:00: -Take It or Leave It-rfrfe fessed.l.ine. OKOROE KARNKT. 'S
"The cold war" can be won by ihz When the doctor advises Mickey.Rooney Show-co* and Ordered) at Key West. I Plaintiff.
a rest, you Comedy Writers Show-abo hk Florida this SIlk day of June, A. nn ORCF.

-, United States, according to Mr.:\ James A. might as well take a short one, and may- 10:30 Voices-Horace.f Dgs-mb.Heidt Snow-no* ;_ : II.Circuit 194X. Coup: Seal) EDNA: Vjin UR A nqF.T.Defendant.: fii t;

Farley, official of the Coca Cola Export be, avoid a long one.TURMOIL. Escape Commentary Drama on Series Movies, -cbs ab s Ross C' Kawyer TO oRDER OF PIBI.H'ATIOV I'f
Clerk of the Circuit' Court,
Company, by the export of American manufactured .Ciaf)''. Ganette nabs Monroe County, Florida.By Ediia Doris Barney, '*!'
iO:4-To: fie Announced-abo11.G& : products, which will create IN INDIA Sews A Variety 2 Dr*.'. nbtt Deputy Clerk. .......r. New Hampuhlrr. '
News. Variety. Dance 2 II.-cbr! Enrique Esqnlaaldo. Jr., Tea are hereby required tn app.ar '-'
worldwide advantages and goodwill that New and Dance Band-aba Attorney. for Plaintiff. to the Hill for Divorce filed agalnrt ;\1-
I -News. Dance Band 2 brs,-mt Jan II; Jul :-11.". ISU.I you in the above ctylcd raa e not
'TE .
.,. will offset totalitarian propaganda. The eldest son of the' late Mohandas 12:00: -Dancinc Continued-abc-west I .c -- before the 2Cth day of Jnljr. A. "' .J'D.
-. I ItU otherwIse the allegations 'Ifc1t,(:;
Mr. Farley thinks that the Marshall K. Gandhi is dead in Bombay at .the age I TIlE rJlie.I'I'Ot'RT OP THBKI.KVKTII contained- therein will be taken as.contended. .. ,
f"Plan turned on the light over Europe. lIe of sixty-one. Newspaper dispatches tell MorbscopR i\ r- fLIT IV AMI FOR MOVHORCorVT DO.VK ASD ORDERED at XciWeal -
4 ,
4- V this nib day of '
". stresses the need in this country to restock us that he l long opposed his father's religious SATURDAY, JULY 17. lk&- CHAVrERV.tmm Jane, A.Florida T.. 1>4*.
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raw materials and the necessity for foreign and political principles but became This is another stto g.ay giving FLO:: CF. c.* WHITE! {Circuit ROM Cowrt c Sawyer Seal) I/.
a strong. masterful nature, with DIVORCE' ACTIOVrialnlitr. '
Clerk of the Cirmlt" CourtS
countries to get our export in orderto reconciled with him in" 1933. great indurance and ability. Am-i : Monroe Coonty. Florida. 1'

complete their rehabilitation.: Three years later, He created a sensation bition is the keynote of this PETE B. WHITE., r.efeB
.J :Mr.\ Farley's views are interesting by leaving his father's Hindu faith ed character, with the and, combination if.properly curb-I TO:ORDER: OP rrDLICATlOV Attorney Kalnado for Plaintiff.Jn Jr.. d', '

and, according to our opinion, correct. and embracing the Moslem religion. Six studious mind, it bids fail'to Pete IU B. Military White 317I45 II. Q. -* If; JVI -l.-lT. 1M.. .-,' .

The problem, however is to convince the months afterwards, he was reconverted a person of powerful presence: I c/o Police fost Co.Master,A. P.,O San, fCFr__ .i.- I, ,'' '

majority of our legislators Washington to Hinduism and resumed' his original who!). will not only be sure of sue-, *o. Cat 51. :
cess but will do much for the Ton are hereby required to .PT NOTICE!

that it is smart for the United States to world at large. I| pear to the Bill *>f mplalnt. fordlTorce.
J'i I In the above styled cause r.I
import the products of other countries. name.The recital of these facts in the hid SUNDAY. JULY 18. 1948 -The t.f: (" 'jon the 4tb day of August. A. It.
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person born today will be I 4S. otherwise the allegation I arii rib longer .
How can :Mr.\ Farley, or example, con- of the son of. the "spiritual leader of In- pendent and self- il1ed. 'inde.1 I therein will be taken V* eonrea4. ( respod j
(\Virepnofos) .
This erAer t be pablisfeed oDeS
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vince those who believe in Attention the clined to be somewhat sible fur ilelits l contract
economic na- dia" calls to turmoil that exists a week: for four consecutive week* .
Thereare several directionS in MAYOR HUBERT H. HUMPHREY (left) of Minneapolis] aDd' In The Key treat Citlxen a newspaper -
tionalism, that "the nation that trades has in India and the variety of. religions published in Key Went "Klortda. ed by any orir, dther than jih' '
former Alabana
( )
which the force of this day may! Coy. Chsttneey-,Sparks, right ,place opposing I I ..

always been materially better off than practiced. Regardless of the
the nation that does not surely produce a who will I afternoon th issue in the platform.. of Joly, AD.. 114. ,
? which may have existed 1 betweenthese? person on cjvi rights party Sparks (SEAL) ROM JUwyer July 16, 1948.PETfelt If
be a pioneer in his own line. and sought to add a states 'rights provision to the document while Clerk of the Circuit Coart
two men; let us hope.thatnowJn death achieve Thereis Monroe Florida.
probably success. County.
There Humphrey advocated strengthening the civil rights plank. On By: (sd>- A._ C. Lonrworth, D. C. :
are peo"ple who always have they reconciled and that a little loo much self-reliance II. CEANCA.
a are they understand ;
a 'olr.call vote; the civil rights advocates wen and part of thei THOMAS! S. CARl ': Ii
good excuse for whatever they fail to'do.. the full import of all 'etigi ii. from and some relatives.danger. estrangement I Alabama" delegation-walked out of the convention ,- BolMit for. tbe Plaintiff.'1I11.-l.U-Un? :- : : ).. !

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litililiUlil'illilliilf111iJillCllZl{ ({ li11' Picnic Luncheon- Given -cOI191tlerarE: :
i SOCIETY NEWSBy !!! At Home GroyjiadiesThursday QtChairmanHusbandTiie. ; t; .

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JESSIE GIBSON ; Gray -;.. lfs were entertained _.secretary, Key- West. ..chap\q, "I never: meant to do fier. I-iy
uinwiuiittiiiaiiHuuaaiioafliHuui! !lII UIl1IIIWwtW11lImll: L'fUtuthUtUCJr'Cf I Thursday |>y their chair- 4 MlW.. M tQJOtlalaq'elt harm" Spellpian told the ju ge,
man. Mrs. Clifton Evans, with a 1"s.. James R! Lee. "Mrs. Zen hia "and I was the first to pUll no.' '
picnic luncheon at her home out." -
:. Give Banquet, DUll co, i.\.1IU South street- .: Htn\: od, Mrs ".Jeanfle delft' The judge said: *Ybu must nit
Matters pertaining tq business Mrs. Ruth! Jackson, ,Mrjl:. Laura go shpvmg Mrs-into the canal
In Connection; With Annual t were discussed. Mrs.. Zenohiq Lou Toulon Miss Eleanore, Wol- every time she takes her dui for
liarwood was appointed chair- ..kolf MFS. Hester' Ricttabdion, a. walk."
t Installation Of Off I' rs man for August. and Mrs. Bet.Wunderli.' '.. "Oh -no, sir," said Spclunan in
.. Gray Ladies presentere.. The next meeting,'mill, i e thr35t dignantly. "I wouldn't tee th.:!
The JCey West Jaycees held,<< and Sam Lawrence, board qf directors Mrs: B.tty MacNf, executive!I t[f second Wednesday ir| A. & dog drown.- '* -,

their annual installation ban- i ..

quet and dance last night, with Achievement Kermit Lewin keys apd were Robert givento Apply To JJ"4' -

75 members and their ladies in Dopp; committee achievement An application for a marriage vraue
attendance.Officers plaques were prsented tP Bpb license Wag fileji today in the office -
for the coming year Pollock who supervised the of County Judge Raymond :
were installed by August Paoli, t fishing tournament; James 'Mur- R. Lord by John W. Pa.rrish. g}, -t--, j FIRST 1lOT CROSS BUNS'
Hollywood, Florida district vice I'phy, for_the "get out to vct of the U. $. Na.vy and by Edn i
president.: Special guests were ; campaign; Earl Duncan, who Machin 23, of E06 Duval street. I t /, WrRESERVEDNANCINTI
Capt. Cecil Adell. USN, commanding I headed the Americanism move- I BABYLON. AT THE SPRING
officer of U. S. Naval\ rent, and Charles Curry, far the!; FfAT IHPQHOR Of THE
Station, Comdr. Ei Vinock, Christmas lighting. Seek Divorces / -
USN, public relations officer, U.I Outgoing president, Joe Pin- .Petitions '
seeking divorces
S. Naval Station, and Mayor A. der was presented with a pen'and were filed yesterday ilt, e of- / FrI CX BORFASTARTFSC.ttS'S.,
+* + *
Maitland Adams. i pencil set a gift from the ;ice qf Circuit COIrt Clerk Ross
N.ew officers are: Robert Dopp, organization. C. Sawyer by John 'William
president; Jack Murray and Earl I In ,a'speech c.f acceptance Smith against 'Katheryn :EUa- !
Duncan, vice presidents; Jpe I President Robert DODP, exprcss- beth Smith; by'John Willard (MPjROR CM 1 R FMAGNF I
Pinderj secretary, Manuel Lopez,!ed his faith in the Jaycees and Turner against Mary Victoria A.Lt 742'814) ERF.ATCHRIS1
treasurer; Chester 1nowles,] thei.VQrk, pledgins himself to Owens Turner and by Georgs R SANS/1ttRFD
Murphy, his for the advance- ri v Rrf
Henry Higgs. Jimmy do utmost ; Payne against Jrepe V Payne-
Ralph Faraldo, Charles Curry, ment of the organiz tiiJp. ( 'C'OGtiD R S17 ,fSFM77A -

'R Prt'jitjQil-: liiliIl; lltl- '.11llilllfflC" OlitltpsesMrs. TQ MODERATE PERSONALLY MING TRAINW T ATHE j -a 4'HLS (/-)- '

Tom' O. Watkins has returned RFA1.MS RI EWERS !
I i j frcm. Tampa; w e..e'she _
Willanls Given Thursday Night r
spent -a moqth with her uncle WHALE AND FOR P0riI
an* aunt, 1oir.: ,and Mrs.. Fred a>
In First Baptist Church Annex. Hahn. Her brother-in-law, Ben I 1 Re TON L/ES WFRF DELICACIES
,jamin. Watkins has also returned t=*= i fM4WPiiVA L FRANCE*ALL
More than 100 guests attended ,the opening prayer, and Roy from Tampa, where he spent t si -- UCNMRb1MAL G4GiTWERFtEGAILY
the reception honoring Rev. and Rogers read a poem of tribute two weeks with his family. THrKINGS
J4r Qeprge &":Neil Ray and tq Rev. Ray. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Willsrd in At the close of the program, i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin. Van Del- PROPERTY
the First Baptist Church anpex Mrs. Hazel wood local artist den Brooklyn, N. Y. are spending -
Thursday evening.Rev. made silhouettes of Rev. and the \veck-3nd at La Con
Ray came tq this church> Mrs. Ray, which she presented cha Hotel. Mr. Van Del zn is 4 ; 4i
on June 7 from his former pas- to them. former Key Wester, the brother )
torate at Coconut Grove, Fla. Refreshments were served in of Mrs. T. J. Curryr 724 Eaton tTSPAGNFTT4.4NANffNTGYrN,1
Mr. andMrs.. Calvin. were recently the 'dining room, which was street. This .is his fj:',t visit to +
married and are making lighted by tall white candles. Key West in 16 years: and th? l'r ._
their home! in this city. Bowls of flowers decorated thf changes: in !w .city amaze him, Di:# YQ ITALY FRAM r
Cprsages were presented to tables. -Mrs. Francis Fairfieldwas he says. THE CGUKT MONGOLKVBLA
Mrs. Ray Mrs Willard and Mrs.D. in charge of the decorations.Mrs. ?.
B. Sharp, W.M.U. president. Geneva Smith assisted Mi' Betty Lowe. 140; Pip 4WE KUAN stY i
The program, under the di..ec.tion by :Miss Nancy Fairfield and street;' left yesterday for a visit
of Mrs. Leona Collins included Miss Allene Spear was at the with ,
hey aunt, \ n: IJendrfcks (PYright948!vC.t i4q u g
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musical selections by cake table while Mrs. Edna Al- in Tampa. .
Mrs. Thelma Perch, Harry Fischer bury and Miss Lorraine Nonage -
Miss Allene Spear, Miss Lorraine presided a.t the punch bowl. "P"PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH"PROVOKES
Nottage Dr. Leon of Ha- Miss Helen Ruth French and I
vana. Cuba and Tracy Fairfield; Miss Flqrence Mitchell passedthe
speeches of welcome .by }(-.-s. candyand nuts
Sharp Mr. Fischer representingthe 'In charge of registration were
deacons; Rev. OBryant Mites Peggy Collins and V--s? H5RES A TIP.,PaL TUCK YOUR LONDON--< P) -r Ijr. pmtly love. .
speaking for Poinciana church, Nell Rose Archer. The committee DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE AWAY... Dick Read, leading British obsjetrician ; Retorted' Drl Read: "It is not
and Eugene: Skaggs who spokefor for the affair had been under ITS VALUAftE.1 HAVE rTRfCOepCD scoffs ; at the theory pain in labor which unlocks the
the young people. Dr. Ne- the direction of Mrs. C. D. that painless chi1dbmh.",ayde3 door. of 'mother love.' Anacsthc-
f rin, of the Cuban mission gave" Mack. troy mother lo.ve. si t of itself does not inhibit ihs:
:: ONLY PHOTOSTATIC COPIES He said in'the "British Medi- childis
--- - --- maternal instinct. When a
cal Journal he' had never' ,born the sight of it,' the some iof
Cocktail Party Giv&kFor-Judges: knqwn ,such a case in 30 years of it, and the touch of it open
I practice. But on the other hand:
Uy 11fJ'fra e Cpnnty Bar Association r he said. mpt ffE'C'"pt1V' fell up the." floodgates of motherloye.
resentment at the child because
The Monroe County Bar lando, Margaret Bass Jo,'-'ami. of the agony of prolonged 4abor.
Association entertained the Flor- Louise Kirkman Tallahassee. An argument on the subjectwas WILL YOU SMILE
Key West touched off by an article. in
ida Judges Convention with a was represented by: A PleasureLondoner
Mesdames Win. V. Albury, Enrique the "Journal" by Dr. J.'A.. Had-
cocktail party and. buffet supper Esquinaldo. Tom O. Watkins _7 field, London University; lecturer I it was
last night at the Elks Club an- Allan B. Clear, Jr., Wil- in inpsycho-pathology.- Hat- no trouble at-all for suppose you to drp
liam A. 'Russell Maitland, z-3 ei field said there is-evidence ,that habit.
nex.Most of the delegates had become d is what into our tea-drinking
Adams Curry Harris, Ignatius the pain of childbirth
trouble at
well acquainted by the Lesser, Lancelot Lester, Sr., stimulates the' mother instinct.. Bostuqian Oh no
afternoon and the air of congeniality Aquilino Lopez, Betty Mac Con- He suggested an investigation of all-after tasting your coffee.
pervaded, with everyone nelL whether anesthetic lessens: this,
anticipating. the trip to ---' ---
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Many of Jhe wive had met
at the luncheon in Mrs. Ray- =

mond-Lords attending Mrs George the home luncheon W.at noon.Burke were Those, : St. | They Arrived in Time After All! |

Petersburg Mrs. H. G. Livingston '
Sebring, W-rs. O. P. Johnson j Not Enough ]'Q Brag About, Nor As Mfiny AsExppctetl s
St. Cloud. Mrs. W F-: Blqw- .

tow, Miami, Mrs., Mrs.Charles J. Gxvynn.Mathist. .Tallahassee -, I iSj- bnt AGAIN POL OCK'$ HAVE KEPT FAIW WITH YOU i

"& Augustine, Mrs. Byron But- ssg

Gainesville ler Perry,,Mrs., Mrs.H.D.McDonald R- Smith,, The Promised Gruen and Helbros Watches Are Here, In :Very, limited, Quantities g

Ocala, Mrs. Sydney Hrlonp, Jr.,
,Leesburg, Mrs. Frank Scofield, I and Will Be Offered AtEveriLowtrS "lJcorlIl$ :
Inverness, Mrs. G. A. Buie, Jr.;
Lake City. Goldie Hutchins. QrrTP Than. Originally Planned ::

'It nrigfJ Be Continued Djlici's i. Meanwhile Our Sensational Oening'Sale Continues. Until July 24th ;|

0 Be Smart!! Be Thrifty!! Buy Your Gifts Now At 'tren&ndons Savings'!!! 1Ak
During the Teenage Dance'at =
the YMC\ last night Teenage
Council was organized' for the E Yoi r I'VfeniU Who Ifavn Already Made Purchases At Our Salei._ .You'll Be Amaz at the >S

planning, of subsequent dances. Trviueiulou: Discounts* Wp Are Offering Throughout. flte Store
:: BAnd
Those on the council are Eu- ,

gene Sweating, Joyce chairman Bradley, ; EdwardSjeen WinnieCruT. Don't Forget The Free Door Prizes"See Them On Display In Our Window H

Betty Lord secretary. Les-

leigh Davis, executive of* the Just Conie In find Fill Ont A UlcIIk
Armed Service YMCA, and Mrs. .
:Ruby Metar are the sponsors for -
the group. ,It I* Not Ner ary to Make A, Piirclia ge To \ '". .One pf Tltcte YalualiIp'Priz 5
Cay Commi-sioncr' Louis Cart ... eFos Clarification Previous Advertisement*. pisfouqt Ar. Not Eastsjttsd Q "Aa.11\ADJIr Items ==
t \fn and James Murphy were : '. y
visit. Attending the dance were I
Patsy Harrison. Joyce Park. POLLOCK {' "" ; .I

;nan Knowles. Lois Winkles.John : -
-Pillon: Robert Simpson Diana::
Pickens, Joyce Bradley, Victor I
Champ, ,Gonzalo Labrada. Al = \\/'l' / QLftLiTY1
Frank I
Lowe Jf'hnAIonsalYatge. td ;
Sos Marcus Mcu 3. ,.ea\\"arct : '
llanfia. June Yate-, Fst eT,Smith,!

,LowU Braxton Mak, Warren nsy; Ilubert John Martiqar'Sosini;I :,, ;: 'f W E 'tE R S ,

Thiele. ,
Norman Hart. Don t ," -
Tom' Le Perth) Joan Lord.!I r

'Gene, Sftee, n?. Betty Lord Albert -. H .. -- : J 5l
Howard. Ed Steen Floyd -
'Roberts' Donald 'White, Buck'] j 503 DUVAL STREET-KiY WEST FLORIDA
t ,
Sawyer Jun.e MaJiniU Louis Pined -: ,- 'r-

:., 'Joyce. Frank Thompson.Castillo HilburnRobeits. SharojiShankahan. Air-Conilitionrd and Often Etery Etenlpg Until 9tOO for Your Cwreaiente paring fhlf Sale S

Hara4 riquA its Sandy Castillo. Kenneth,Sie.Jr"t MeadOr'j-l- : "One of Key West's Oldest ;4CWWW"? 1

'man Crown..Nilo Albury, .
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;;:SAG,. 'FOUR .*. { : ,. '- THE KEY WEST CITIZEN. : SATURDAY;..JU LYr1 ff, I,}!


_By. Florence Thee > ."f.-t,

Information for *'
A* N** Tealvf* the Advertisers <-
s. -- Baths *;
Chapter 17 when Bert introduced a tall'gang- around "you won't need 9 -flowered BLACKFACE FOR REGULAR TYPE M* Payment for PATSMTST classified *,

*rJJE.time had come for Mrs. Mc-! ling ranch 'youm.: "Tony this is horse-shoe for good luck." t meats is Invariably In adTanee.-tfot advert*
.* Jerry Sneed. He's going to wash "Fix Mr. Shayne up with the Advertisements under this bead regular advertisers with ledrer'ac*
Lane to return to"her Los AnXtles7 dishes for.you .and 'do, a 'rope- best in the house. Leo. Bert*told Will be Inserted In The Citlrcn. at counts may hare their ad *rtU -
boarding house to ,relieve for the back tb* rate of 2e a word for each In- meats charged. ..'.*
throwing stunt -the customersin waiter. and dashed to the rtion. but toe minimum charge for .
Ton Perrelli so that he could join a cowboy outfit on the side." platform. as another car-stopped. the first IS words or lens Is :lOCo To Insure pabU &Uo.. evoyMUit i
Ja '.\f: rinm at The. Hacienda, to '''Never haTe'1 -had a cowboy But it was only, a laundry truck The rate for bUrkfur tree Is Sc a be in The .Cjtjten office l fv..ll
dish-washer..he 'said.. dubiously. with belated dishtowels. "word and tbe'mllllmulU charge for o'clock In the mornlnr of h.-day 1
,rtjJare.Ior: the. grand opening. the first 1$ words Is 4ic- of publication. J-
But he was delighted with his nice- Not another soul had arrived by | ,xt .
;JI do wish 1 could be here. she yfurnished singte".room, next'to seven o'clock. Bert was growing ,.{ : '
.r *
syid'wistfully.as she Rot into thei.r.irim'arid the kitchen.. worried. .
pretty in a dark blue On Friday afternoon turkeysand "People don't eat early on the All adverllKiiiK'. U accepted under the following'C Ddltni rpt'i6
hums and chickens desert JTfULLfrror,., advertising transient or contract The Citizenwill t).
came popping Eddy said consolingly."Got
suit'and white beret. responsible for the first Insertion In (,'1..11'" A4tenllurl t andUa
out of his big oven. Salads to give 'em time to get here." Di.p1a7 td..rti.tasfor only Ihe actual amount of. space occupied br th
'But:not as much as Bert and loomed like part of the advertisement where ;'TT
gardens on the pan- "Sure this isn't like mess in the the error occurs.. ( .
'Eddy wished' it. try tables: Wonderful smelling army" Carolina said. i i . '. >.I\ : .- \ ,
""Couldn't you possibly drive cakes and pastries.were a constant "Palm Springs is society." -'
i temptation to snitch and sample. Charlie Morrison grinned. Roy FOR RENT-APARTMENTS FOR SALE : '
oWn Mother I
again Friday night:; i'!
I Tony set the boys to blowing up rattled his drumsticks to hearten .
-vjust'to.be, our mascot hundreds of gay balloons he'd them. :Furnished apartment -
i'lrwon't 'seem right if you brought for souvenirs. and at the They played on with a deter- 3 rooms Bungalow, small store 'btiildi
don't. said Eddy. last moment brought out of the re- mined cheerfulness until eight and bath Maid and janitor I* and lime grove on four nice

/VWe1L I'll try veT hard.". she frigEratgt'.,.white :carnations fc: o'clockEightthirty! Still the Service, linens and utilities lots size 50' x 120' each; in gotSd

promised,. kissing them goodbye. their lapels. .. ; *, a. place was emntv.' furnished. Summer rates. Cor- j section. This can be bought on
*auto shouldn't leave a houseful Now everyone was really wor- al Hotel Apartments opposite easy terms. Johnson ft Jotov:
6t'boarders. to look after themselves A T SIX THIRTY the doors ried. Their spirits drooped with Post Office. jlyl2-6tx J| son. Phone 372. ".
particularly on a week- opened'for business. The band their white carnations. Tony came jlyfU
'el+d4 '; mounted their bandstand striking out of the kitchen in his tall white !
Erleenwas remaining. At looking with their desert tan. in hat. crestfallen and disappointedas furnished 1-2-room apartment. 500 sheets 8* ,x 11, white newsprint .
had .ihe their smart blUe-and-gray .uni- a child. "Where is the people?" Utilities furnished. Couple only. 25c: Artman Press,Citizen

Jiatmomept.daced evening she dress smilingly an* formswith orange ties and waistband he demanded. '"Why don't they Apply 915 Windsor Lane. Building. Phone 51. '* *.*
pip an .
cohdUrtor. ?
Bert wore a come jiyi-tf
Inducing that she was going to Uxht.blbe suit'with.a yellow shirt Even 'Pepper Shayne.. who had .11y; $.,_
sine.-,with. Tony at the'opening" and a'dark,blue tie Eileen looked proclaimed his filet .mignon the I
"*""ttv;.aren't triplets? she said." Wigs a sn ."'(fu en in her long best he'd ever ,eaten shared the ,Furnished apartment new gas" One electric hamburger rgtifo; o'

te p: l could p.uton a floor shQw. ,white.. te< eddress..,as she and others' grave concern. range electric refrigerator, continuous latest-type "Cold ,Sp t" refrig -
;---IJ.rt }iated..to think of her leavpFunday. .Bert -conferred,about her songs "I Just can't understand it." hot water. Monthly. erator, used less than' ,tw
> "If we make. go .ofII "We'W'let people get settled and Bert said sitting down beside Phone 215. jlyl-tf j weeks Call 9292. Weaver**.
3 g, honey, you're cominttostay' order,Dinner;::'-while we play, a him. "Are you sure the paper ran .
p '. couple of numbers. Then you sing our advertising all right?" Stock Island.. ,t. jl6,1tModem
I. t'i -tfine'.yotitreT.eady; : daUfl 'th&wajts.soni-at an opener with Your ads ran all right" Pep- Four apartments. Apply 411 t' i i (
:'.Tef both meant being mar- this. ne, at,an 'encpre. Jerry'will per said taking the afternoon paper : 'William Street. jun23-30tx two-bedroom furnished
t edNh ugh'neither. of them'-said swing his Matiat.: 'after.we playagainin&Toay.will from his pocket. "But unfortunately f home $5,000 dawni balance.at

it:,' ;r .. flll.in:,whenever so did this." I Five-room furnished !f franged.. Phone' J067i.b;:, .s
*t ?Tt>ny:kept exclaiming'with. de .. 'he. can'.leave the kitchen." He pointed to a half-page display .apartments, '11y12
lixatvias' the boys -'showed him /.. -Brekft: up.there!** Pete said. .ad with Blackey Davis's pic one block from beach, 419 and '- \ _Cr
around"Never have J seen 'sucb.mtfrtuficence. ,"::1f ere conjes business!"; ture. It featured "Band Leader's 421 United Street. Apply 1224 ;. :
." he praised with '' -A ci.was 'stQdplhg.Bert raised Anniversary Dance at the 'Oasis Duval Street. jlyl3-5t Furniture for'sale..* No. .3 pea tl
:fitih-Jervorf."you. boys do all this his hat ";* But their 'foxtrot Hotel" Bold type announced I i Street. 1.J'yI4':6
beJutilul remodeling-and. I ijusWime. ushered in.only.the newsoaper re- "Lovely prizes for the ladies." It
: .dowel:when it- is finish and portsrPepper e-Shayne.i waved completely eclipsed The. Hacien Furnished apartment, adults no Week-End Specials !r.t elcctrifc

skvjtjusj:wbnderf liL' "- ,'. cheerful greeting to them as helet"a da' modest six-inch space beneath pets. Conveniences. $65.00. fan $7.391" French'fry er..wiie

iThe seven Alvaradd Merry Makcrs rdiitet seat. him at a floorside itBert 1214 Duval Street, Telephone basket 49c; one-quartTj% 'DDj1
swelled: with pride. table.. '. and Eddy looked at each 1003-W.? insecticide, 29c '
f"'YC1U're&oin to have plenty to i Bert'came ever to him at the end other dolefully. '"What rotten jly3.eattuesthurstfApartment ; toys cearan *oat,therein; the'kitchen." Bert' of the number. I luck!" sale; outside and inside .white

).&Ibh d. "judging by the supplies r '"Nice.-to:8ee*you.Mr., Shayne: "I told you you were licked be- 1 I paint, $2.75 per: ..gallon:' conj-

'y ou'.ve been shipping down." Glad, you.(ot Mreeary. for din- fore you started-in this godforsaken for rent, completely i plete line of Somay paints and
j,- WelL.everybody keep.himsel ner.. dump. Pete crowed pessi furnished two bedrooms. I supplies. Doherty Hardware
eu ;;Tonx-smiled with chefs au-! Pepper blaejeyes twinkled be- mistically. "We'd better pack up ,ply E. Sterling 1314 Eliza AP-I I Co.. 846 Olivia St... Phone,, ;1597.
tliWl.tY..anda.do. everything like hind his owlish'scectacles. "If the right now and go back'to Los jly7-2t i!
off logs.- i foed's'as vood.as all the window Angeles... t !
ale'llld some'misgivirl'ks though! trimming-- IT. be centinaed
said looking )
.. ... Newly constructed efficiency Bedroom suite coffee and 'end
A* -* = ': _. _
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Jit--: .. apartment All electric kitchen, tables. 611 Fleming Stteet.up-
Al IIBIBGI i'n111tU111111 1 1WJia't i>! RRKfl Ir IIIiIIIIUIIIUImU EMPLOYMENT. WANTED, tile bath hot water, nicely stairs. \ jly16-2t.

? s Doing? .j! 3a 'N..CeC.S.S Lady e excellent cook desires day furnished cepted, $65.' Small per month.children Apply ac- Gas refrigerator good 'condi-

C "r f.", ,at .th.._ j A lOil'DuTil Street work in home with refined. 909 Elizabeth, Street. tion. 828 White.Strcet. > J
jly 16-4tic
# I family. Phone 1393-M. jly17-tf ; !
:o.: <.r' 'Y. IC.A., I i, V [POGRAM. Efficiency apartment and one- .Three new tents two 12x14-, e

;;3dtitaon'Squan. Whitehead t Want work as taiior or presser. bedroom apartment. Couples is semi-cabin one 5x7;';all wih
m+ aelMnntulmnslumnunnuAlf
p I}f '
,t.1 .and Southard Streetst See Fred 'at. Edwards Tailor only. Paul's Tire Shop. wooden floors completely

: _-.NUmihillDlllll UllfUlHlllltP" I f I .. ...SATURDAT 1 Shop Smith Lane. jlyl6-2tx .' jly 13-61 fished ready to move jo i -4
-. I R( 2:00 P. ,-Boxing'Training. highway and water -.JJfh!s4
; 3.ar L J I
: iSaturdq-. & ., IOOP.M.8. *a. FJbl.Dressuas ivj.'. ELp .WANTED FEMALE Two bedroom .. apartment e820White. '. swim at your front dZo.t
i:_l"p.: .-Movies. / "r Itooms? Snb'wefs for Bathers.! ; r .< Apply 1324 Newton St.I spot felt affiji.*EI@rytfii.ni. Po -

4 Ihl5. P.M..--Juke Box Dancing 1 ;' SUNDAY 1 Wanted-Steno-clerk' with some jly173txFORBENTAPARTMENTS able. Will accommo OOo"J\1'I.--communion large or twd small fa
;lbVjIpatio" .4s".* Break- knowledge of general office
*. ,\%, '. '.?, fat,:Wfirtehat Club U.S. Naval : .work. Apply in :- I for $300.00. Two miles iCS.-

,..:i5AM-' ;.JaClub, discus- 3 I"-,/: -.Base' arid Sunday). ter to Office.. SupperintendentPublic AND ROOMS ]I of Boca Chica on Big
\ ron Group. : ;J:00'PM. .' Pirtilc. Swimming Instruction 2nd Floor, I : Y 11y19tx

111A.M.-"Go' to CHURCH \ /'opl.;Wicncr-Roast. -sign. up County Courthouse. -jly7-7t The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming
4Parties.." I I,' Red Fox fur coat $50JOO.-- i
? in advance). Street has an efficiency apt. -
Fleming, Phone '39717H >L .'
SiDQP'.M.lassical Hour; ser "Infornla'tion services. ,. housing. PERSONAL and several sleeping rooms vacant '
; : '!eclions'announced. citY:'mgp : Low weekly or monthly jlYl6'r'-

fcWtP.V:,-iJie-M atio._Fellowship Community'Hour Sing-on I L Lr. l. Religious' literature, library. Poems wanted for musical set- rates: jlyl-tl speed boat 110 hip: "miti .
; telephone*, stamps, wrapping and Send for free '
ting. ex-
l Will sacrifice. Phone J3t1 Ljlyl73tx
,t.f.,ing. Beatrice. Moreno at !-he1 mailing, ':p!.ckegpsrailway exProms' amination. Five Star Music I 'FOR RENT-COTTAGES
<>P.M.-Coffee Hour. ""I, service, laundry ,pick-up- Masters Key 391,Beacon Bldg i
available ,.to- ;Sll defense forces '- Boston; Mass. I .Cottages equipped for light Drill joiner lath '$130.00'MWr
..G.-'S. O.. meetings Girls' "
said;.theirvfainiliei. jly7-10-17-24-31-5tx housekeeping./ Adults only. muth muskrat fur'
Vkfe'tt>rSa 1 %a i n),' e\"eq.ser-I ;. DSRS. .'E ,.1B COUGHLIN,. Gulf Stream Trailer Park. dyed evil
*n3-ilh;; :Monday, !t """ ; $120.00. 3050 Harris Ann : .:
i .:Executive jly5-3tx: .
: w- Secrttary. i jlyn: tt
i qaUle' Room:. Chinese' ; Don't discard your Old' Books! ,
: >iSlSS "
trs: chess; cards. ping-pongr pool, HILDA CASTILLO.j ., 'Send any 6, plus $1. Receive (E Furnished -
\n-Jtting.: desks library currenttaagazines \ ,:-x j.. ... .Secretary- similar books in exchange. F, cottage. Hot water Must sell Bendix HOMe' L' ur 1-
: hopets. 1012 Va-
: Apply rear
Ave..' dry $1,200, plus'siic 1 tLeaving' .
various table gamest' CARD'OF'THANKS Book Collector, 631 Third '
: rela upstairs. jly5-3tx
August 1st 1012 pI-
New York 17. jly7-ltx ;
cte.Showers, tennis rackets I +:We ."wish.in' this-manner to. cx- vision Street. j1yl.T, t
golf Furnished.- .
f 6Sour'shKere.'jhanks:; to .thje. new one-bedroom cottage -
clubs:\ fishing, lines, cameras' ,acheckjng iaeut Jid:..neighbors
service film 'service I ,.aidr:during the Only. No pets. The Price Organ Watson Street. jlyl -ttx

mailing and' wrapping packages bcicaveiiifehi nccas oned .by \the l Special one week: started heavy 1 ization. Realtors. 411 FlemingSt. .
reiving messages, phone booths, i death.of my beloved husband.i breed chicks. 2 to 3 weeks 'old, ., Phone 124. Boston bulldog. 810 Ea'n-.sL

stamps available railway SERVICE express PERSON-service I' Also do,1''wish to thank the $12.95 per 100. Send money jly2-fri-mon-wed-tf Apt. 1, upstairs 'IY!1 lt
ors-01 the floral tributes and order: no COD. Quality Chicks. --
6 NI. : ,1 bearers of the body to the don-I P.O. Box 926. Columbia. S. Gj1y17ltx I Furnished cottage. Near Com One used ice box 513 WbtqT
Losleigh Davis-Director. ,
with special mention to missary. Apply 704'White St head St.. opposite Court House,
: 1)1.
t crald.J"inder-ProC1'am. : A. Laing and the members of the jly7ltxFOR Hyl7-3tx'.
s :
I Trinity Presbyterian Church. l .:-
'Llllia.Weaver. -Secretary.Doreea I !.IRS..LEONCIJtcINTPSH.. RENT-ROOMS, FOR SALE=USED,CARS'
Cruz = Information jly7-Jtx -. ,
Desk Aide. Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture
I commercial. Phone 193- Clean, comfortable airy room. Model 1940 Ford panel truc Ap;
MtdCELLAKEOUSWashers or twin beds. Reasonable :10tWhite .
ply Perez Bros. Bakery:
!\jLL YOU SMILE? jlyl- mer rate. 513 Whitehead S Street 'jUtl3o.tl

iroas vacuums and opposite Court House. ; '" .l>

iHghteiied? f ns repaired. O'Briai.t, Phone FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE jly921233txLOST *37 Buick- good condition. |fii

1164-M. jii.tf I quire Trailer 29, Fort
*"|*.tl.me. what you eat and. FJQ9t' sanding. done by experts. House in Washington. p. C. six ."T.

I'll-.tell ;)'OU what you are" siicj Free estimates givenPhone I I rooms. brick construction oi Chain-type key ring and large FOR SALE-TRAILERS.

alunch. counter philosopher. 1M,.or call at 701 Caroline S\. heat automatic gas water heat. number of keys near Star Cafe.

Wht( upon a meek little mail, jlyl-tf t I t 1 I I er, N.E. section, one block frompublic Reward. No questions. Phone' 1946 Glider housed trailer all

silliftg.. a few stools away, called i I or parochial schools 1410 Key Vending Co.jly7ltx. metal 3 rooms bottled --gas.

.to the waitress: "Cancal my or, : Caroline .Shop: 223 Ann Street four blocks to shopping district : electric brakes new iire4. :42.
der- for shrimp ,salad please." I will remain open through July I H block to bus line, 15 min Rest Beach. ."
With increasing stock of new. l utcs from downtown Govern WANTED TO BUY jly3-9-lp-167:5t
inexpensive: cottons for slipcovers ment Offices full basemen
M nw1iiig Stt House. $3,500 cash. Rest term FOR RENT OR SALE 1 -
cesQtp' and draperies: From 10 with finished room suitable'formaid's :
5 I two Electrolux not over $50 month. Notify H. J
tQ daily except Thursday and quarters I l
.. '" ;'1 Saturday .afternoons.v refrigerators second floor C. Williams, 710 Baker's'Lane House trailer with screened P 1E7 III.-When. *
Cai-oline :.
jly7-3tx Calf 1330. j1y16bt
I jly6-17t adaptable as separate apartment -
Su-yu i-'UIscovcrt that her pet 1 if desired. Will accept ..

doff was missing she wen I Guaranteed radio I as part payment house in Key t
by expert -
Stftigit to the city dog pound. technician. I West with three bedrooms and
Work called
.Sb -couldn't find the dog-I Something 'NeESAFETY ;
catcher--so for and 'delivered. Free estimates I all modern conveniences. -Box :
she 'went into thepH4rtd..td .
Victory Radio Service. i 12. Citizen Office, jlyl5-3

itherdoe3locked get her up dog.in the'The.pound 3| 534 D val Street,xorner South- nitb BEAUTY $ .tr

spoiled the :I afoV Phone' 344. Jlyl2-6t GARDEN AND LAWN
open.gate, made for
'VJT'PPtog;; and barking their way Public SUPPLY For Asphalt Tile FloorS *
stenographic Cockatiels train
to,freedom. services Young -Easily. '
available.* Airs. Houston* Apt T *d -to' talk... Siamese fightingfish .
103. Coral Hotel AptS. opposite I and tropical fish and turtle ,.
;rtir. ,thoughtfulness OF THANKS shown in Post Officejlyl76tx_ Lawn, at Supply Key West CCL. 914 Garden Fleming.and PLASTIC, No $ \

"' !X way _and for sympathy exprcKsed" Cap Cod Cottages Built Street. jly 16-3t Eliminates and .
Waxing Easily Applied
.by our friends and neigh 3'rooms, ba ,'Iata&e and [roofed! I ,

lairs in'the hours of bereavementoccasioned : patio, Outside dimensions:! REFRIGERATIONHolbrook' Dries Quick To A Glossy Non-Skid Finish <4''
by the death ofbe1vvcd our Kitchen 10txl4*. bedroom :

the: late Hattie B. Bright, x12,. livIng room 10'd" ICY-I SOLD BY ,$ ,*{ ;
\\? 'desire to express our appre room 10'x6""cirage'U'xI0' Refrigeration. Service ,
ciBti n. .Also .do we thank the tie .10'=R'-' Cost'material and.labor j domestic and commercial. Work Key West Floor Covering Co

donor! of the floral offerings and. .. ,.3000.. complete.. Box_ j guaranteed free estimate "on .!f ;
for.the use uf. .their'cars. T-17; c%--,Citite'n"ff ce.. j repairs. Call ?%- -W. VAL -

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;. : -,'"TURUAy'JVLY'17; 1948 -:. THE. KEY. .WEST U\AZIi!$_ '. j '_. .:.-.-. "","::..-,,&', .. :.'. ,, :':,, .' 'e' .".' t PAGE FlVfcBENNY'S ": 'f.,

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: WntKt lu DOli II'- tad. .tbar..istle.....p'tk.t. ". IniSUTt DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU !

F ; TROPICAL TRADER .. -. -- ,;. ; < ?'> -..

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Motor Court .....................1111.....i. ... ...!..: '.. .S".. ... ee 1 1 1 11 e 1
'- PHONE 1000 : ,
718 = :
: :: '' WE REPAIR HI ... -* ,,
s, 909 Siiuoiilon. St. ,, Nice Selection of' GIFTS and,SOUVENIRS I t 1&: VI"ph-Tpflil W E SELL IT"I :.* 1. ': -i 'II .y POOR OLD CRAIGService
Ownership Management .
: of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; : We Will Call For ud Deliver 1- : WHITE STAR S StationJ.

.BREAKFAST.Serving 8 to 11 :: SEE SnOWING OUR of Electrical I Appliances :. ,: ..it- ,so".Y.ua'.Experieace'." in Electricai..Work;."{ '.,...', :iroftEANERS :I i H. BRADY. ManagPHONE, SU4 : I

i LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 : ...........................-................- ....... .... 1- II' rI A. n 211 Dnya ..Street.'. ,'-.: 1oI 1-fe ':.Jr..Prop.t' : : Frauds and Dlvlskfo Streets

\ DINNER. 5 to 8:30 : ...... .. .. 1 ..: : -..- .-. ELECTRIC_ .. I ,. 'TELEPHOHK4T. .I -" '70tti2UVAL STREET ti : Tire Tubes( Batteries Auto Arr.esnories s

The Best of Steaks : SUNDRY STORE i I :." ._!.............'.................eee.-eee- ,' .eeeeePftiTCHARD -a> m';' :.. !.......-.Tour....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealeri ....."... ...:
'. Short Orders-Sandwiches : HOME .-........................n-......-:........,.,............-............;....... > STREET' .. .......11...1....1....................1f ..1I .
; : : ::
.. MAll Hours : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : 7-------n;
: s2anoWsE1ivicE
; : : gild Pressing
Try Our Frozen : : Tour Potronags Iavit.d"Ice : : RUSSEUS1DRY .- : : i RADIATOR SERVICE I
: Free Pick-Up and '
t f (: Open Daily and Sunday : Cream Proprietary Medicin i FUNERAL li : .*j j t.=.".Delivery"ServiceS .: : NOW AVAILABLE:
: 8 A.M. to Midnight : : School GOODS'e', :SlflTS 'forMEN : : 8 Rod Cleaning .Rejtairing and O/ Flushing .
Sick Room Supplies
.. ......................... Supplies 1 : rJ: 1106'OLIVI 'smri .
: Toilet Preparations and Articles HOME o 75 slid 'WoMi'N; : AUTO AND
.................. .............................. :, .4 PHONE,313. ; ;.: ;:: :Mat1e>lo* :'MeasnreJ \ '.: : .TONY'S BODY SHOP : \

It ............. ....... .1... 1.1 ..e ..e. .......... : lAt Those Serve ::. : .-....; ... '.* ... ;i'..':'J. t.'.fHONIZl2"-. .. _, ,I! : 60305 GREENE STREETCAROLYN ;
: ? Who Serve Best :, \A....,.....,.........'...... .. ..........
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MUMFORD\( ( ;and;;; ]ROSS[ : :_ Specializing,: : r- 1. : 1. .1.................1.1

:ICOMEZ.FURNITURE 220 DUVAL STREET : WE HAVE NEVER ? .:' :: .r in- .. 'a': 'lw.' i.. e. .. ...'.ijLQPEZ ;...111...........1........................1: ,

i. CO. :! Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : :.: 'BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUSTs WILL :. ::. W Ullleltl3.artt. ''l lCllit i' ; :: ''s ffiriionc :; _"I,

: 720 DUVAL STREET : Carrier Air-Conditioning 'f : I : Overseas Hotel SIS Fleming St. \t
Ambulance Service J rei a: : ::
I, : Juvenile Furniture : : : ., -. .I : DONALD BARBER :
: for Domestic and Commercial Use : ( \
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : : Telephone 548 : : tio' J p. ;.$ rvt 1 We Specialize !In
: J33 PHONES'I: ISO : : 4\ | $ ;
:t, : ...w.........................1........... ......:' : Never. 'sk i p.; ': >.:' Apparel-, ft&tablilhed., -Ul,$ : :. ,J Scalp Treatments" Hair Dyeing
: Plastic Inlaid Congolcum ...,.......................................:........ ....'........." ....'.".t...... 555. ,1...........-.-.:.-.a.-......,..:.. ,,.'.,. .; .t +... ; -' ,'..,. .. 175 ALL.-TVPK9 OF: HRI.F.WA\K"R CURTIPKHMA.tKKT ;
Axminster Broadfelt .. ..' ....1... ........ '.... ....4.4J ......... !!.. .t*. 5 "jf lccugcjl:JFuuca. : ,ti..1........ ..............................11
.1t, iV.Diircelor: i ,.and*- .: .. ....
RADIOS andAppliances .. &t efotvai FASTS AfTf c f fFLOpRSA .. ..:. 4.,.; :">. -i.: i l.' 111 .11 11 1 .. 1
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: I :. \ Id >)DINC ON 0D OR NEW FLOORS .t, :.." .,. J._ .A.MYERJr > Li! .-.1....ibalniere'. \*'_'..... ... ; '. rSTF. .'S.BU NOOK : : ,
I : ': .; ,"- : Scientific Beauty Culture y i- ,
: Licensed ; : : .: i
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; "Terms Arranged" : : : in ,AH BrancheaThoroughly S
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. ; GUARANTCEO WORK < : ..t'A: P b lance i : : Experienced Ff.I"1.
t X P E R I EN CE 0 M E N ., i' :: ;.
!Ii :. MON. and SAT. S \ MOO E R N Ml T H O D S .. PAINTING Contractor: j '.e ,,..j7.;_7 St -erv.c. -- ,." : :. Operator I";
Ue d Exdaslverj
; eeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeePRICE t : \ .'_ ., Soft Water
: Telephone 3127. 114 Duval Street. Jeffersoa Hotel ; '.J ,5 .plliial:+;}3S..; -Night -Its : : Phone 637 536 Fleming SL 1 :

I. ./D..e................. / "" J. Douglas Trevor : 1.11 1 ...... .:. ..........:. .....................,...............:.........
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TOURS 1823 Harris Avc. key West Fla. : : -- ElectriicV- "i. ""i...; *.....s.......e..i 1 :iForroer Customers Friends and the Public Invited .
: -
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HOTL'OINT : t i Frances Beauty Salon i
: PassengerRepresentatives : 1 PHONE 137 Owner
Park. :
: Frances
: : Refrigerators. Disposals 'Jand Electrical Appliance*: .
-ti' ,. let Washing DlachiueforIulniediatc\ : i Delivery:? '1HOMEAPPLIANClE \ t V $ i ... 1010 GRINNELL STREET .. :'\
: : /. A rsa (Tnt)W .. : **'' a IYII% : J Culture in all its Phases :

FLORIDA EAST i ....5...5 5515.......55551555 55 55555......1..1a.15 : .*'j,1" : .QNCH :'SflELLS- -vrjeralnj : : Beauty Permanent Scalp Treatments :
: ;):;:,: f. i :
1-. COAST RAILWAY : ..........................1......1............... : '60S* SIMONTON STU ET*#:r 'PHONjE(:.11J: J!! .' -"J.., ." : '". _,\f, -:. : J Facial Shampoo Manicuring :
... ...............' .......... .... ....lot- : : For Appointment.....Phone.....1331PHONE ..........!.
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)Xvw Located Next : : Save' 20% :.-t :.p.f,...............' Fire i Insurance :- 1 1 11 S
on dwellings, .. : : : -- .
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: il1z 1311Marion ) 1
.DR. COBO'S mart a n hI. : in '41f arid To ... : '...4. PONCES' : / ,
bHgs household by INSURING. with r ". ..1.,: a\4&fflP g,.+ -'- -p :..f ... .vet'. -' : s 1400 Dunl Street :
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: OFFICE : : and per. Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. :is i l'L t .'TOP SOIL $640 PER YARD: or_$1.00 PER,SAQKT '1:. ",. t '!"',_ _.. : ... :- : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON :
FLEMING STREET : sons! effects. _, MARLIiAIF1r.iS5.00( () for 1 YARDS ,_.,,V4tAlso : ., -. ;:"} tShfl)=i ; Pqrt ,
-' : '.; House in the U.SJV.fl ,
: All Policies NOf-Auesnb! :: } .jJ : Southernmost :
: Rear of La Concha Hotel Save 15% on : Lots Cleared and Mat'Spread.o-Vuy a.ucu.. abl*,,:.;.; '" rf tl.33.pr.C.aaada
MercantileStock .1 r .!" ; \_.. ,IA'J \ : : Featuring.. :
M Pa .
.. I I:' PHONE 124 J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 : f (i r. MacLEVYMETHOD .
: 1.021.OhviaS :: : ,.Spot RediiriugO
:..................... ................,1r..o.1j..:*..e'i. .. ..,...Ei.....e**.: G. WEECH'P NE'SOlr.. ; .;t 'E it }4uT.s'allisr; \ :-.: : Mechanical Mug\ ago : ,
.. tw
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....;...._............. .......................V 1- !,XJYWE2b.n.o: : A, : .Complete BEAUTY SERVICE : !t
J ......................5155.555.1555555555i...' e.**!' .. i. .. ... .......i..oa. *< r ,Si...e1:.( .tgi.RS.e...: ...-............111... 1..1.11..11..1111.1.11.
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Ride the Bus to the : : l \ ,, x J : ALESTATEt { : s ?>f ural Hair Tinting -
GOLF COURSE Phoni 1018. : : or Finest *
822 neming St. R.M.Daal ls.Prop. : Open ': I 'j' .- A in Permanent
5 \ : 'J:' ?. "- ;:S e.' :. : Waves .
ScootersSales '
Cushman Motor\ : IDUVALJ1' ;,, j 'A. tLI. _
C' I" inJ" r
: and Service Immediate Delivery .. ..: I I., '.1'r ...''';' 4... i Beauty i

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RIDEAWAY. 55555555555555.< ....... .......... '! .!'f .ftf '+r "' ., : : : Ii
TAKE r .. ...............:................e.i.Rl.aja.i.INSURANCE ..,; .f"fJ n.Ic1. -.t.. : r f 521 Southard 2
;, fS : l>Oris' es ja'1C.yWitt. ,. Street
.: NO.1 I < 1FIIIE 1 S. .. .- ,tr. : : i c Next to South- Iernmost
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: \ "! \ ? Beauty
to the Now you can rid an economical r : '. 1 s 3
r Motor Scooter f.;' OTTo..... School S
i : GOLF Ciuhmaa :.
It 3 BONDS''i' ; )
1 while paying for it ... and the WIND AUTO ( .1| am HHEINEH AU Licensed
L .;": LINKS ; money you ..*. over ,other ;, : and ALLKey OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE......e;,.... .it| f3. :!:; !SLIt1.T0A41I' : '- : : F BeauticiansSpedallzincfin .
"s methods of transportation par "-' ; 14'l' i
: Street :
: for 1 Cuihman. Com in foe
i; : Have Fun! free information. insurance Co.. : 'i\ I. ill. _WUiahead StreetiI34ajid7 : :. Most Phase Modem of 2

). J KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ,...................eee*.*...*.................... : S1K SIMONTON STREET PHQKZ' L I. J I I ': h&'_ '' ...RU4il ; : )-" Bsauty Culture ;
f' :
l :...... .............: : Directly in Front of Postoffice. III.i. .
1 ..........V..............eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee). .-............................................... ti...!. ... ........... :......Telephone.........SE 206 HABLACSP for Appointment AM OL******.*****e*
s.eee e. 5.e5.e5 5 5 e .e5 5ee..5 5 .1 1
.. S BICYCLES REPAIRED : ; UH.!. *..eee- .a:.; ;1.....................11111..1...,11......eee
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a. f l
J.2.i..H SERVICE : : FOR RE1'tt .1 BEAUTIFY ,INSURANCE, .: i GoodWork-LowPriccs :
,J Experience in WaJchmak- FOR SALE : .
1 -- ; Dailr.between :50 AM.and 3:30 ;
I ing qualifies us to assure : Our Customers Must B. : : Your Entire Harare 'with' : : "' b
e you accuracy and depend : OFFICE: P.M.-Appointments are accepted :
t" Tw .1 S a
: ability in repairs. Satisfied : i INLAID i LINOLEUM : :i:. J'.518 $()unWtD :: : from public by Senior Students of ;,. k ,fi 3
: Whether it is the inex- : 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE"lMO : j: ... tnEET' : '.t
.. S : TheSouthernmost r-
2 pensive : I .
seven jewel ore f' .
J the most costly seventeen : OVERSEAS CYCLE : :! '...por ASPHALT TILE j .*' OppeslU". Bus StaljeaAllert} -'- : School

t i Jewel, infinite care. U always .55..............................STOREf...:.. : :, t : : : 5'
guaranteed. 55555. 1 .
If your watch is not 1454 FOR ESTIMATE l'S. ,.P1Ujti 1V o:1.: : i- of f Beauty Culture
: giving you complete sat. BAR and 'J .
\. itfaction. why not bring : DRUM : > S23 Southard Street \

it In? Our charges are extr. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Key West =( .-THE- 'i'ir : There are a number available with over 800 hours : '
: : of state approved instruction who know the latest
ANreVAiI : 825 DIVISION STREET PHONE $112 r :, phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
: : -"We Deliver"- Floor Co. j : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of ;
S J WATCH'and JEWELRY : Covering ] beautr culture, do good work at very low prices. Al
and Coldest Beer in Town
O Beat Drinks r I C i if
REPAIRING : mp ny :- though appointments are not required it Is advisable. :
Work 0 Packaged Goods : 130 DUVAL STREET 'En' WEST,FifM13A, For Appointment Stop at :
Don. On Premises .............................................. ,..........................e..e........S I i.. .f :.. .ot ; ,.... : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE W7 :
: : 515 Fleming Street .............................1111.......1...... e .I. il1 lL .i ... ........................................
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r i' FANS < :.. E. KEWESt'MOVERS: :
$500 .
Jk e When You Go E EI to $490 I t. 707. WHITE EA STROCTJ i JOHN CURRY !iI

._ .J. Food Shopping : .. ; A.:D. Taylorfforaier> i. #tod)e Motet:Maaagtr 2 .r

"\ '.$: jiTSare to Get e. .., : .. CASU'or TERMS ,: ,: Bor. j"Di IUfd::1iCkNsE :-'.. I L
:t t' .. ,0 : UttS' : : PLUMBING ,
: ('- .._. r The Fastest .r: }i Ctfld.'ELEPHONE.Si1. !' |

I ) ... '. Radio' Repair! r 1 All 'Wotk*'Qt! a*r Qlttee'l, j : : ;

!i. lbHf .........!. j "ti' : .'i!!. .:. :: Installations and Repairs J :.

I'? e! SERVICE in South Florida : n............. _.. .,',......i....,....t..u.. .-
"' See Beautiful New Majestic End : : lad.Pl1Y. U'YfEM.. USEf -; .:

: f .: Foundation of 'XOf Jzye.. : .: Tabl. Radio-Thonogreph at : ;''.: LffiN- ,S P- .dtefutt 1t tagtilhiili>;:'$1U5 Vaue Yila >i i stW. 1.ri : : FREE Call ESTIMATES Us and Be ON Satisfied REQUEST !I

: M..r Planning<< : 1 : ,: Ladies' Co f.SUils.llm'es'Dr: ss :T: : : ,
1 Al'sMusicCo. : GREATLY REDUCED=1{si ed Whfe Dressei
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W. Aa.. i Phones 781 and 229-W i

"'I .:. BALPR.Z.y W.FJLHALDO..ad.at t .,r..f---: ''-t s '' FKOSCK. 114 :5 : .Th'HIT Lated.. 522 Southard. Street : .1 I .MS!! '' .9i !' 512 MARGARET STREET :

11 .. .. ... ..... ............... .. .......... :.......SEtOBDS... ..............PHONE 11.......1081...1.....1..: !1.-. 707...Whitehead,.... 0.< St..:....,j 6,:," !ll/St w;. s,!::\" .;*>. t.,. -....., :...ee...eee>ee..eee>1 e..1*,...................* -

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-THE KEY wasT .omB ',- t: ..SATUPDAY, JULY IT, 1948FLEMIN
: MGE SIX. v, '. ._ ; ... '_' _
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-0 .- TRUMANPQSESfOR: A NEWt j'0RTWAiT' I II'IL YOU 'SMI4 ? I! The famed Ming Dynasty ruled
: .0 Jr : ; l EnglisIrPvineess |r China between the IStb ta the

QEDIC TgLJGHTI.NG Yo _".1. o < ',. ." 0 d ,._ ,_ ._ nd Others t tNv 19th centuries. .
,A -
t ( PresidentLpN.p0Nr4fF There 1.500
ti are Ise\ween and
i 'I ip a fashionable girls schoplhi .2,000 minerals known to span
SYSTEM TOMORROW : New England the hstofir| >- .Princ2Sza.. -
I teacher was''telling, the story 'oi beth has ben named president 'of -

tithe, settlement, of.the country.: the
Royal Agricultural
I 0 J "Miss Ca 9t." she sand "wn i,; Societyfor Christian Sclcpc'cSQCi
G CHURCH '[ 1943. An acting -president
len !
who jet
IN you me ram over
t I .
r' + ; will be named to do the bulic>
ihf.'Mavflpwer'? :
t Gt
tf the Presidents\ work ty
"Yes.: said the-girl "I can. My .

The( Reverend J. B. Reid, Phstor, Of Fleming Street i io.;ancestors."' and a few. other pcftple. -I',her. year, of. service.' of Key Wrst

a 4 $ t' ,:t: K'tk: .5 ,.,., j .
J Anndlinced Dedication( ,bow' Lutheran
Methodist : -
Clnircly ) ) ',i _,' ... % :
i<' 1 { West I
Key Clnlrch 3 School. 9:30 A.M.
Will Be Evening' 9 1 I
Sunday MQritnrSenice.*
Ea : :
J : '121) PgTBONIA'
i: Church Christ i' At 11 o'clock(

Art; EVENING OF. SONGS TO BE OBSERVE- :!U! AT; FlUST, CONGREGATIOiXALqilimcif (: 3 Ashby and Von Phister Streets t Wednesday Evening

: TOMORROW. ; JENNINGS]; .MQSS. CJiQIR( DIRECTION. TO SING; L .14jifr Sunday School 10 A. \\I. I Divine Services t Me"inE aI| 8 o'Clock

PROTESTANT CHURCHES n&a If Worship -. i i. 11 A.M.. j jF n"4lQi ItPPtA 's Church
; Sermon 7:45 P.M. : Edifice will -be
GIVEN FOR PUW4C i 1NFActhJTIQN, { Wed., Bible Siudr.,%4S P. M. I P II. ZUCKER Pastor .. : and Friday from open 6 to Tuesday 8 P,1g.

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A new lighting system installed, in the Fleming Str .ei.Methodist Church will ba dedicateeCt ,.. &ytnYBQpyVELCOME I -,- -- .-

the evening serivce tomorrow, beginning at ?::30 clock.*.according io an announcement b} ftt A .- <.

the Rev. J. B. Reid. pastor, today ; '?" F S .
"I believe we have the finest church light jig system m :Jhe. city today,? said the Rev. Mr.I Street

Reid in telling about\ the new setup\ of light: "It w7 I'be a revelation\ ta t persons who view the "!" Poinciana Baptist t Meeting

nevy lights I expect a good crowd 6l t people! .to attend, ; .:the;evening: servjcdj when they. are dedicated ,

:' .., \ Church .
>The First Congregational l Church*will observe'ail evening DC songs."beginning at 8 pjn..to- 17th anti ogle TONIGHT a

Ilori! ,The congregation! ; will join?ri in the, singind of)f hymns., The;church choir.Will '.present Pastor's Pbone )i i64-M
the anthems: 1 It'I j .Lys r a
'following'Make A. Joyful Noise Unto the Lord"qlfu311S->; jr r A--J,p. QPRIANT, PastorSundaySchool. Corner FIJttHNG. ? tuul l WJVAJ.) SII'"IIO
Dorothy Collins, a piano solo byLorame"
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9:45 AM.
"Extol His Name". ; *

Jennings' Moss the church choir directorwill; :'sina. "The I Fairfield_ pcrformin' on the' sax Worship, 1'lJQbject |( ', '- Sponsored by

Lord's Prayer." while Mrs. Eleanor Dowskrwill! 'sing. "I Love. ophone. !I : I ;f JY; WEST MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION .
There will be a street meetingtonight ;
the Lord T Open Neglgctes'and I Nominal oOo
At the morninq service, the Rey.,. Mr.'Peyton will,preach'on. I sponsored by .the Key i' ::- .v tAP, ,Vite'llIetot! j Followers of" Religion") _
West Ministerial Association.
The Other Side of Bravery.:' 1 tk! i The meeting will, held at the !I PRESIDENT HARRY 'TRUMAN; posed"for'this:.new portraitin 6:30: P.M., Training' Union.fnfng \ "Rev. A. D. O'BrjantSPEAKER

The Rev. G. Leon Wells pastorOf | The! Rev Melrose 'S. Avery J comer] of; Duval and .Flemin*' his office al the White Hou\se on ,the eve oi his expected norm, -\ Worsliip, ( 41.00.

the First Methodist Church pastor of the ,First Presbyterian'streets. Principal speaker will i i Lnaticn by the Democratic la tional ,conrention.ba.Philadelphia.. "A Heavenly\ Patter?. (tor
will use as his subject at the be the Rev;' AI D O'Briant, _.. '
', :, pastor - -- -- -"" --- Earthly Livings :
morning service beginning at Church will have as his subject, of the Poinciana Bdptist: . to>
; '
10:50: a. m. tomorrow ''Th "Life's Four Windows, at the Church. I Whiskey 'Disappears' Without A Trace Public Cordially Invited! -

Cross That Raiseth Me', white\ at morping service tomorrow. In I'I The Rev. Mr. O' rimt will .-
i f'
the evening service starting at{ the evening the Youth Fellowship conduct services tomorrow at 11 : CINCINNATI-W-Each qOMp-: .WQlSHIP| THE l'S :
will' be in charge of the i ( ) year enough aged'and aging virhiikijs:
7:30 he will
: p.m preach on 7Ehuis and. at 3 in. the Poinci :
Tomorrow." ,;service, with the leader being a. m- n-m.At i I to load a frpight train 32 mites long vanishes! virtually without trace, ,.- .. ..
Church the
The devotional meeting of the' pan Koenig.He, { wijl\ speak on: ana worship he 'will speak: on morning"Open ,: It is )lost in\ leaks, evaporation and absorption in the 'barrels: In whist! LEY MEMORIAL i

Methodist Youth Fellowship will "Three Strikes k and' You Are Neglecters. and Nominal Follow- it is being aged, explains Carl"J. Kiefer.' production\ vice,prpsiden' : Methodist : FLfMING STRffI HEIHOD1ST CHURCH
Out" !I Ii I : cur I Church ,.
be held tomorrow at First Methodist 'I ers of Religion," y{bile .at the Scheriley' pistillsra Corp.JSicfer I
"Church at 7 p.m. in the Social -' There will be services tomor-:'..evening\ service his subject will :. i saj's f federal 1 reports"show ibqt dyrinS the past 10.yar'' Cor. Division and Georgia Sts. Confer: 'FUaUng and WUIUa 8L .
Hall of the church. rom at 11 a.m. and at 7:4,5: p.m. be, *'A Heavenly"Pattern. ) "for the average ,annual; !Ipss oh:(ed and aging wtyskey-by:the i'odustr The Church With A Welcome J
REV. J. B. REID. Pastor ;
The Rev. G. M. Ray pastor of in' the K y'W s Church of Earthly Living.; was 20,000,000 lax ((100 pmcf"gallor>j, which compared wilt, .'.71,00 RQBERT W. WEAVER; Pastor (
the First Baptist Church, will Christi -- ;Avilhdrnwn for bottling. .* ; i Church Schoo'-' 9:45 A.M.

have as his subject at the morn- A service will be held, tomor- i COLQREU)! CHURCH: i iI i:, .. ._ 9:45 A.M. Sunday SchoolClasses CLASSES FOR ALL AGES .
-- -
ing service tomorrow "Gideon rpw at 7:30: p.m. in the\ Grace I - ----- '-:- ---- -'--. for All Ages Merrill Feltol). Qeneral Superintendent
Plus God Equals Lutheran Church with I The Rev. Sigismund A., Laing. 'i; Miss Miriam Carey Supt.
Victory. At the pastor TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS Children
Do Yon KnowThfil.I I Mothers. ?;ring Yoyr to the Nursery on Sunday
&lq$Q q'ClockMORNING
evening worship at 8 p.m. the the Rev.F. II. Zucker delivering sinister cf Trinity Presbyterian'i '
; Morning\ and Attend the Morning Yo :
(Knew America) WORSHIP Worship t r
Rev. \ will the r
Mr. Ry' speak oP; sermon. Church; will have as his sermon I and light from Children Will Be Well Taken Care Of
"Chickens .' .' Abe Murdock, member of the ,The hea.t < ; we get t "TRIAL Of LIJAtrSO'p.m. During the Hour :
Cqme Homo t p! There will l tits> a service tomorrow -'subject, "The Shadow
of the Al-i the
>> !! moon-amounts toas much i ia in .
Roost" i* at' 11 a-m. to the Christian the National Labor Pclatipn Bqard,, : : > Int rm KlIate and' senior l Moruing">Vor hip f .. 1/l/:5() A.M.: :
at- 7
year as we from the Sun in M.Y.V.
Vjishty a.m., get
"Trial of Elijah" will he the ; former ,U: S. senator from Utah, i
Science Society; in Elizabeth '12 'or' 7:33! o'clock Youth rellowship. 6:30 P.M. :
scr seponds.
subject pf the sermon to be de street; and worship. tomorrow A.t the 7:30: : born in Austin. Nev., 55 years, C.x'
a meeting at 8 p.m.... EVENING WORSHIP Song Service, 7:10: PJ4
livered by the Rev. Robert W. Wednesday.; 'p.m. worship he will speak on : ago. '. j jI 'I; ; :

Weaver, pastor of the Ley Memorial -! Harold "Wells will be the "Standing Before God."' i ii I'I. Erie: Stanley. Gardner oTe: i "A''famous of th'e .last J century Chinese'was noblemaf' P9St'' I.\\-'A..,7:3"REPEtiTANCE"p.m, Mt I
\ .Methodist Church: at the;: speaker,-:1t'530 p.m.,"tonight at 0 i There will be 3. prayer meeting -!]I mecula Cal.:: ; novelist, born in:ftfemously. ;adopted. as .? son* tv Meeting.. ... ; !

morning service tomorrow! At the :Youth For, Christ Rally in ;'Tuesday; at & p.m.. and' ai i i:Maiden--Mass.53 years ago. j I '): Thur.d'ax.: 7:39 p.p.m.'tlnlr nu. Youth Pra..a Night .. .--- -------,.

the evening, worship "he willsneak the First, Methodist. Church. Youth Night will be observed''' Dr. Paul Klappcr, newly-ajr-! : 1 Mrfore than:: ;:-third %of -tht: ,in. ,Ann 'x. I,,| llillltill ll !NLltlililillgiltlillgUUItUili1:119Ult! : :: :::ICilCi611GgiU: : :::.iQillliUlllUggilpl6lmgCtlMtYouth poUIDWI
on Repentance There, will be a vocal solo by :
Wednesday at 8 'Sahara
p.m. j I poipted "dean of teacher sduca( =' desert is''sandy; but'thE:
--_ -- !: ticn for the New' York :; '"rest is, rocky and tI'Ctersedby, I '
I four for
; municipal chains of mountains rising about 11 11John I Christ Rally\1 1L
SUNDAY SCHOOL 'LESSON OF; THE' WEEK |lof them are hundreds .of thousands i I: colleges, former Queens. .2,00(1( feet in ,jheight.! .First Congregational; (Church
little children who will never i College president, born in Rumania -:; Director. HARRY RUSSELL
know anything! about normal ,, .' 63 years ago. :j:! "The M. Peyton.. Pastor I L i'
j so-called 'Tomb of
A 'I Eve Lone ; .
King from: Migrant Camp home- life. education religiou-j J Sanford Hates commissioner of of the sights"ofthe. Moham-, SI7-527 WILLIAM STREE T. ::} TONIGHT\ 730; o'CLOCK, AT
| the New Jersey State Department..of Between Southard & Fleming f III
,,, training. medical care.. I j jI i i medan..city'of Mecca ', ,
I Institutions ,former U. i ,
By BOY L. SMITH I!I I To'.the Rescue 'j' Prisons bead, born ;in Boston, 'S.J i j IT..t' ;, __: FIRST. METHODIST CHURCH 1
: Meanwhile. the This, is' the famous Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. =
Home Missions) definition
of Ruth which is to be found years ago. I
story in the Old Testament Classed for All
Council(, of North of gentleman Socrates
is on.e'\ of the most t dramatic tales to be found anywhere' in lit,'' 23.' Protestant America denbmi-i representing i ;'1 New'York., James Cagney 44 years, actpr-ago..born in.*i I speaking.a of ,a certain by! man.}Socrates John'V.: Archer Supt' I Speaker: HAROLD WELLS ;1
erature. .
j i i nations of the North American: Dr.'Warren Weaver, Rockefel said hedeserved'tobe: called 11OO.A.M.:

A Hebrew family consisting of a father. mother, 'and two continent', .is: making an heroic!! ler Foundation'-] director of the, ; by that grand,'name ,"gentleman ,. "..MORNINGWORSIJIP\ c SPECIAL IUSIC' ,
sons, pulled up stakes in the midst.01 a .famine in Judea and effort to provide< simple"reeraa -. Natural Sciences, noted mathematician ', ," because ,he combiner '"The Other' Side of Bravery" '
migrated to the land of Moab in the hope! ,of meeting better fortune -; 'tion,-'- education, 'and religious: .born in,' Reedsburg.. goodness.!with''beauty a 14'.truth 'ie(TOO P.M, Christian Endeavor VOCAL SOLO -- ,._, .-'. _.. .---.-._. --_ Dorothy Cqllins ;=

somewhere along the wqy. ,: ',1 training for these" bewildered" md a i Wis.. 54 years aeo. ;; -, : '7:30 P>t I i PIANO: .. .:__- .-. .. .- ,_h Lorraine Nottag3SAXAPHONIST

,Jn time the father died. Sometime _later the' sons married" unhappy' people '.' .j I Rev. Dr. Frederick W, Evans The str tosph re.- a region vun ,{ EVENING WORSHIP 1 .--" Tracy Fairiiekj .
Mcabite girls and within' a f few; years'they too: died, leaving It JS all'a part of pr ChrJo'rtran s of Troy. N. Y. formpr moderator iform..in temperature is, at )eas. ..
belief : Sermon\ r :
that there is ,somethlpg, 30 miles in thiciq1 's.. % :
their widowed wives with their widowed.mother. The "' [of the' Presbyterian Church born ;
three "Aa
women contrived somehow to eke. out anejafitence.* .' but:.as,the sacred No about: ':Jrnan.' personality, at Corsica, Pa, 68 years ago: -' .. Evening Songs"? ---r COME BRING A FRIEND -----. '''g
one can know 'when
a great 'The prot&al of( peace endirir .
mother grew. << older she was seized by a desperate longing to seethe future' leader either constructive'or '', Equador supplies Chinchpna.: the 'war".betWeeri-Spain and. tn; !Wed. 7.M''P-JD.i' ,'PrayerPraiseif .t_ppffluqiipimniiuiuwpUiUHniitoe7lRsTME;.\ { .( { ;; _. : QlmIDUWIIlImUIIUlllmltmuunuunwl. .. umr
icroa ot her ,pirtfc before she!| ; .. ... destructive .may-'be: :an *.. -- --
.; riding j i bark, rubber, and light bal a United "Stands 5Wa s'- signed u jt, 739? ,Ywng reQp1 5 NiS1ht|
died., brokendown ''truck > .... ..........................
1 wood -Wt hi ,gton:August ti| 19S.; and :
of Ruth is dramatic in ;; necessary in the m'anufacT- ,. .
a appeal
Knowing that her daughters-in- dated, automobile that transport4':! ture__ in airplanes.. the' Tre ty.-.-o| Peace- was signet :.t. :>
law would find life unspeakably; behalf of the alien: wives'! whq the' migrants from-field' "to field j in ParisDec |6,1898r-'fifty! yean: .. CHURCH
hard in Judea, where they would 1 were being put away by their and'land .tp land. i''excellent] blood is' being wasted. ag. tttfri'irri: / Ccrncr of EATON'ad SIMONTON STREETSG. :
; flit' Presbyterian
lie Hebrew- husbands. is if. i Rutjith Migrant became h :
strangers: and aliens, she released -h. ,as it| tSej in migrant camps. I I ; LEON -
:them farm all.obligationsto weresayingr "Surefy alien wives great-grandmother of a king because '-1( (Copyright' 194E bY the Tpt.rnn- ;" T* e native.or'MaOri populatior! iWbu, and Washington tr"[ WELJ& Poster :.

her; and announced her in-, cannot'be.so.l ba<\. Look at Ruth, good blood:! flowed' in her tVon tlnnal,on.Council behalf of of 4 R.tieleu.* Protestant I E.teea-de, of New:; Zealand'i t!( .OQO, abou1 ;Rc=v. MeJro ,,S..Avery Pastor : I :
untiOIof, the Moabitess. She became theo veins. In the meantime ..come' :16 : .
returning to her childI I 'nomination 7"- one to every whites. T' Services ,
hood home. One of the girls>.ade' great-grandmother of our great;: -" -- --=--- Men's Bible; Class 10:00 Able .- : Sunday :

her mother-in-law an effectionate est king. Maybe :Some other: GEN.: PERSHING DIES; HOSPITAL FLAG: AT iLf"i\LST'\ I .Ladies' Bi! class IqQ\.M. 9:45: A.M., St1NI) Y'CHURCH SCHOOL :

goodbye and accepted'the sit alien woman will become the' C -, : Superintendent, J;'Henry Russell :
uation. The other, however re- great-grandmother of.# some other -, 11OQ .A, I't : -
mighty leader.", I : O } : : 10:50 AiM, ., ,. : Morning Worship :
Tu the .modern reader t h .i 'ClmrchServi..e '
however 1r
The Sunday School Lessonfor eanies' t'1I ; Serinoa Subject "The Cf lt That Raiietli. M. i .
it another lesson of -
July 18: Naomi. Woman I (We, Have A Nursery During'This Scryicer :
"Life's Windows"
of fait/i. The scripture is very gr{ :;at moral and social significant -. I 1 .... .. ; Fpur ; .

the Book of Ruth. e.of-the tt.1'"fact a that moving great reminder so-- t ., -- 'o1/." r;. 1'. : ; 1 7:00( P.M. Meeting of Methqdist Youth Fellowship J.nn

cial contributions can be made '. 7:30 P.Mp .R. -.n.? f. Evening Worship i .*
fused be ,
to r'
old mother separated\ from the by some of those who live arpong, Youth Fellowship : The Pastor's Sub(jeci'Will 8,: ""Thi U TCn"q"* :

and in one of the us as underprivileged citizens i < Leaden T3On XOEria7: : .
truce; beautiful lines ever record 1 .. .- : J : t
ed declared her intention '.. Modem Migrant Problem ,3 a Yf" \ Who Win Speak OA Three 7'' Inflation AH Service MenThe !
of c ::ting j .. Cottlipl to 1IQw ;
Tn her lot with the older wo- beck A few years 'ago, John Stein-1' '*.!,'.. ,:-.. .. -.....-.-. t.... .-,-.. ... 1 t Strikes and You Are Out"f f t:I .......................... ...............!.... .
the ..novelist wrote a bitter ,: -- I llrr r -----. -, -+- .- -
man.Once that the two widows wereback book entitled t "Crapes of 1 f".l.:. ...; ..- l', Visitors, Tourists and Friends ,-.

in. Judea the Wrath in which he attemptedto "' .4- Are Invited, to Worship
younger one '
portray'the: desperate"plight of ii; : : ,>>',' J
secured shabby employment andy r -- 1f;- I-al .' First Baptist ChurchCorner
migratory workers wty> :
dint! .of hard work managedto follows
the crxjjv 'from the Gulf of Mr>Xr:? ac .
herself and her old
support Io! BAHAMA and EATON Streets
ice tohe Capadian The .. .
mother-in-JaW.' One forests; LL {
day. while .
book had its faults. but at : G. M. RAY, Pastor,
Working in the field, sha became leash k P[_ Cllrcb
i it focussed attention.Xrpon\ the two
the object of the attention bf a
well-to-do, landowner, and in I million forgotten folk who roam tl7 Siin Btw-E4tgt (Colored)
the roads, follow the harvests I Iand.
time they were married. Three t suffer! incalculable miseries Sigisynuid; A. Lofn i Minister SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 AJt

generations later she became the while they harvest the fruit: andvegetables .7W: o' lQck H. E. Pay.. Supt.
great-grandmother qf David 'r ;: .
the 3ol continent I ; .'.
a !1
11 1 Mtuning Worship "
most famous of all the ;
Hebrew A wave pf' sympathy developed} Sermon Rub+rt- 10:50 AJU. II. ,. ,Morning, WoruP.

kings. Mo; l of the T*4* ".1* a result" of lie publication\ of The ShidaV\ o| the ightr"'FI Subject i4.bq plus _Qod )J rttuali.VktotY' ," ', d
Grams off I. Wth.M various J
The, book of Ruth seems to frantic efforts were' .- .. sec .... ,Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWP. 10:50 to U:50
ajid! sporadic
have been written at a time macho* Correct" the t'..tli 1YeeUa; .... P.w-
tp r
when a desperate effort was being Then came'the\ jvar and situations migrants'j' 7:20 o'Ckick J BAPTIST- TRAININO-.W.1ONr 7:00 P.M.
made to put an end to the were forgotten.On Mrs. Elijah Sepsis Director '
'rilI Evening Worship '
marriages place between which the'Jews were and taking their I January.1. '1948. the-United'I Sermon SubJ.rt: 8:00 P.M. i ., '. ';.Evening Worship
States Government tistapce in '
pagan neighbors. The national health, housing, and 'child CAPVlr -StaDdiM- Wor. God" Subject "Chickens Com* Hog* to R.0 oit"a

leaders were trying .to jeep) the cane to aq, epd. In the mean care cpi. jOIQf J. PERSHIHG.-who died ai Walter Reed hospital in Wasbiogte !kwr49T> <' *' ,.

bloodstream of the race pure for time the number-of migrants had in. unUorat-at ,Armutie*.O Q cexejaoaie* U Vljpfly Cufteterr Kor. ll. 194). Jt was iiis p".1 Toes. 8 P, iT, Layer Service

rejigiou\ reams, and the mixxtare increased to/well-up""tQWarti) the Public' tPI! 1 N911at\ 4mP is flag, frme41i yril:, titee JidiafaistUltiot4 Wcd-.4 4'Ja, YotuUUHifibtFrt : YlIl4us4IT.f.U P.I4..l'r81 tlitd Ff1te $lillit

of non-Jewish blood was be- three, million trjark for Canada Jutg. flies'at half staff at the., hospital. in honor of. the generalwho commanded; American 8 P.M, Choir Rehearsal Friday Tao. P.M. Choir Practicel

co: nng'very\ serious.. The book... and the Uoite4 S atts. Among forces in World. W g L .. I < .
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Flyers Win From : ,

I Last Night By Forfeit!ii iiu GL 'INDIANS l e ;d%'ar S;1 t +x3 11 a .,. e 'k' ,

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Take NigHl i Game To "" '
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1 City, Recreation Box Agaift fcj; Phil-<

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(fly T.1. iNa.lale. N-a Take DurofcherOr : rl i3 ;U, 4.
Twp vary loose sofiball game'wire : NE>V Y SRK.. July 17The .

played last night in Bay-; SOFTUALL 1 Philadelphia Athletics gained| ( The' "...;+tmtrt frm\

view Park. I Bayview Park. Night I slightly in, the American League j I I NEW YORK. July. 17_In .a

In the first, VX-1 Flyers and MONDAY-- race by, taking night, game last three-way deal, the New York'
I night from the Cleveland Indians Giants Have dismissed Mel Ott
First Game-Bob's
i' Sport Shopvs.
Elte( Club' played a ragged game. 10-5. the. Athletics poundedBob 'l
VFW. and\ hired
as manager Leo Du-
Elks scored five runs in the open f feller, .unmercifully in the
Second Game-VX-1 vs. Kantor's rbcher of Brooklyn Dodgers the
ing inning on three hits and two first two frames. ;
walks,aided by two errors. II TUESDAY,+ Men's Shop. Chicago White b ox". won from Dodgers recalled Burt Shottbn, :
the Washington Senators last who won the pennant for them
The Flyers crnrrd twice on two First Game-Adams Dairy vs.! '
I night, 3-2, while yesterday the last year, and Ben Chapman 'hasbeen i e -
free tickets to first and three hits, SubRon 4. St. Louis Browns smacked the let out. by the Philadelphia' i 4 ts -

assisted by an error. Second Game-Naval Hospital New York Yankees, 1 In th? second the Flyers tallied vs. Elks Club.TIIURSDA the Boston Red.Sox defeated the .Coach Allen (Dusty) Cooke..
Y- ., closet 20
Chapman's friend for
11 times on five hits, including First Game-SubRon 4 vs. Detroit TigerS,J 5-3. rtr
named tempor
years! ws as: his -
The only night in the
home runs by Sutton and V.F.W.
ary,successor.; .
National League played -was between -
Dan is. The Flyer: were try- Second Game-Kantor's Men's
I i The sudden in the
change t
St. Louis and the Philid .- !M.
ing in get the Elks to make it Shop vs. Elks Club. managers.of the Giants came asa
with the Cardinals
phia Phillies .
three for the half al
putouts inning JULY 23- total surprise. The'switch end ti tis.J

and the Elks were attempting to.. First Game-Bob's Sport Shop,, scheduled winning 8-2.between The, ,night the game New ed'tbe. John McGraw era of the

prolong the game vs. Adams Dairy. :f l York Giants and thePittsburgh plants. Ott was the .last..of the
Outcome that Umpire Vil-
.was Second Game-Naval Hospitalvs. Giants to icome'to that dub-while

lareal l to called the. the Flyers.contest lie and claimed forfeited -:"> JULY-26. VX:l. 'I S Pirates rain,.was' postponed 5" < becauseof f f I the*fiery)'f'.C.raw:1: manager.i S lr r

the Elks were stalling. Thus the First Game-Naval Hospital vs.. Yesterday.. the r Brooklyn.. Dodgers f f i- .', .
final score for a forfeit, road:: defeated the. Cincinnati iF '
Flyers !9), Elks: 0. f .Second"Kantor'sMen's Game-SubRon shop 4 vs.j Reds by a 'score;o.f.,4 to 2,whine [How Bey Stand tsP tl'1 rep 6 otas.

Bob's Sport Shop. t|the Boston Bravesnosed''out' the : -. "THIS IS A GENERAL VIEW / the j mmed. Democratic convert tiaii han 1st Fhaidelphls l \1rlttd 1he !cng Wednesday night: rcssW.thatnominated

In the nightcap the Vets and JULY 27- { Chicago Cubs, ,t2;lo. The score*' :,i I : I ; President Truman and Senator Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky for the 194' ticket. The m&asnoth auditorium is" I

Adams Dairy scored 24 runs on First Game-VX-1 vs. Elks AMERICAN. LEAGUENight' '' t.tt".4 no1ld.+,fn\.tizuonalt, ,packed to the ens. Even the'isles are filled by delegates milling 'about en the floor*
20 ;hits and seven errors. The! Club. came : -Baseball> 'League
I I. n. it .E,! : -- --- --- -- ----
loosely play J. : > .
game was very -, Second Game-Adams Dairy '. Ct i- w. t. Pct .'
I Philadelphia 10 15 0 -
Dairymen used four pitchers V.F.W. Havana .. 65 35 .650
Cleveland ? 10. J .
while Valdez pitched the full -*- -1 ,Tampa, _._ 59 39 ..602i Building'Cotton
.n -
game for the Veti. 1' SOFTBALL I Brissie aroseb Felle*. Mun- i Lakeland: -,_:. .... ,52-47, .525 r5 z r I. ,
and homer. JUNIOR 4 crier Kleirrian, Black and Ilegan. .
Blanco hit a triple a _
SO 48
St. Petersburg .510
Barview Park. Afternoon i I Analyzer'MANCHESTER
homer andJ.
Sterling poled a _" Miami Ranch '_ '? 51, 50 ,.505
Lewis. Sands and G. Lewis and Morning t
(West Palm Beach 44 57 .436
hit doubles for the Vets. I Daily play. I Night .Game 4. { Miami .., .. _nu_.._ .42 56 .429 England. -'
Myers poled a homer and Martinez ," R. 11. E. Fort Lauderdale 34 65 J43 (AP).""-A machine which; analyzes:
double to right that TENNiS Chicago .3' 6 1Washington.
got a -. : ; raw cotton to determine the
himself.In .._ _. 26 0 I
surprised even Afternoon -- -
1 j I Bafview Patk. r j Baseball League ei amount of waste has been built'
the field: Mastens Moans, and Nighttlaily I .Pieretti, Papish, Judson and Major' by the British cotton industry

Myers" :; and Norton were the best j pf y. Robinson; ;( hams Thompson]I 'AMEPICkN. research association. The apparatus
winners and Villareal, Ferric an1-Eat'ly.: : .
for the. 1 <. J hub:- W..L Pet, seperates the lint from the
Cruz and Sterling for the losers 48 .GvS: I
R. H. E. SKATING R, II. E Boston .31; : dust stalk leafy material and.
Score : ; _
: a
Vets 434 005 0-16 11 2 Barview Park. Night St. Louis ____--:. .-10-1? 4 Pittsburgh ..40 36 ..526 seed coat. i arm yf

Adams 222 110 0- 8 9 5; FRIDAY- New York _-:...,'+..-:- 488 Et. Louis -, 4037; .519 I :
Caldwell 7:00 to 9:00: P.M. ahd, Moss; Brooklynv -37,37 .500
C. Valdez and Mastens;, Fannon; > Garver ; .
1 and New? York,; 37 38 .493
; Walker. VillareaL J. Lewis. Reynolds CJompert, Shea Cincinnati _37 42 ..468Philadelphia I The Weather. ; -

Villareal and Sands.. J. Lewis, BASEBALL I LoJlar.- {. ..,.__ 37 43 ..463Chicago : : :;
San'. I Municipal Stadium Afternoon .
__ 45
-,33 .423 I v: >>
R.ilKBoston -v .
Sterling, Blanco,, : 1 .
Home runs: ,
Sl: JDAY u
Blanco 511 0Detroit ,. FORECASTKey
three-base hit: ; I
Myers; 1:30: -Pirates vs. Marines: -. 'r I Club- V/,.L. Pet.j
87 1 '
J. Lewis. '
two-base hits: Martinez. '= """':'- i
3:00-Clowns: vs. Naval Air Cleveland __ .47.29 .618 West and Vicinity: Partly iI It
Sands G. Lewis; stolen bases: I I I Station. Dobson and Tebbetts; Houtte- $34 .590 cloudy' to cloudy with scattered I iI
Pliiladelphia4 <<
Mastens; sacrifice hit: Sabola;,,i Army Barracks. Afternoon. man. Benton, Overmire' and. New York_ .4$:33 .577[showers and a few local thun- I t
kout by Valdez 3, by Swift, Wagner.
struc -
Valdez SUNDAY- Boston -__ -- 42 35 .5-43;) .Iderstorms today through Sun-
real 2; bases on balls:Villareal off 6,: To be announced. LEAGUE '' ,..1 1 Detroit _.__ ___ .39 40 .494 day.'Moderate to fresh easterly [ z
7. off Walker 3. off f NATIONAL .
off Lewis 2 double play: Cruz to, Night Came. 1 Washington 35 43 .449 .;-.,
; R..: St. LouhT. ..___ .,29' 46. ,387 : Scattered showers :: "
1.20 um- H. ESt. ,
of :
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piresi.ViUareal Sterling: time game_.cnfrk4i emonstrattorn_ '---Jr _" :Louis ,__._n._ .____; 9, 9 I Chicago ., _. _. .,24.- 50,.-S24 ,a/id.--'a few thunderstorms "" '''''..'' :".;,"!t,; ; ,
I. south 'portion through Sunday;; ;t; t
scorer: \;Aguilar;; losingT/ -ptttb : Philadelphia ---- ';'' ._2 5 1 "'< .

Walker. I Proved Fatal t l Munger Wilks and Rice; Baker ;" -' .. Softball Leaches otherwisecloudy local'afternoon thundershowers with scattered tt/_] ..::., '.'. .- '. r: ;'j.!
{ Simmons;and Seminick! -'I ... .....J.-. -
Class'"A" -- -----
,.. over'north. portion through Sunday -
PALs Win Both .. RIVERHEAD N. Y.-While a .. R Jt.& H f-Clup l' W. L. Pct.. .', :1 I AP AVIrephoti

e group of farmers Watched Rob. Brooklyn ____.:. 4:1': Q Bob's Sport Shop _.---2.0.. 1 .952 East Gulf:of Mexico and Jack PRESIDENT TRUMAN (left) and,Senator Alben W _.Barkley of Kentucky (right) are all smiles
"ert. Magoori,. 25-year-old pilot.of } .. 0H VFW ::___ _10 11 ,A76Adams sonyille' through''the Florida I on the speaker's rostrum:; in their appearance before the Democratic national convention: in Philts
Cincinnati r,2 ,
Games Frit rtv Lansing Mich.- demonstratedcropspraying <:t >.4i. Dairy _... .. ; 7"14 .333 Straits: Moderate to occasion- ....
have just nominated
I tten. Mfnrieiv.Pauca.. &nd 'I ade phi They. been n for the presidency and vice presidency en the IMS
from the air. IB .238 winds
Cumber iSubRoh 4. ;. 5- ly. fresh east to southeast ,
CainoanellaiBlackwell: ; Democratic
The small plane, however,, J I Cliii "B"f, .,
In : '' ; over south portion and gentle to
Jf LeaglieJunior electric and LamannoC' li- Pct _.
crashed into wires, arid \ :btiV- Wi ;' moderate mostly southerly I------h- -- -- -:-- ---7""' '
.burst into flames, fatally burning ..H. EJ :EIkst Club -. -\ '' -\* t. .632 winds over north portion
Baseball League got Magoon. .13vston1._ _._ __.__'-I.R* 12 1 'Kantbr'g.Meti'fe\ ShoU,-Jl- -*, rSad .through! : Snnday. Partly cloudy REVOLTING DEMOCRATS TALK IT OVER AT BREAKFAST
under way yesterday afternoon \ 5 _J& 15 t 'VX.i: 'Flyew ..a."- :r.lIpt .-d!) .:1536:> weatrjer with showers and thun- --- .

at Wickers Field. Chicago. BicWord' ',4riVr$ ; ShoMttv'Ho-i Naval Hospital.t 1 f.J .-. "V6 14X .300 d.erstorrn,. activity mostly over f
won both ofa Wha Knows? *
The ,
games Southern portions.
MashKjey2r.Do.b! rni/?, I
we.aM .
doubl )tteader. 8 to 5 < ;
Cuban Club and 6 to lover the 1..What is a "mechanical pro- fihgJ : |'slmplest. tjp s'\of flight' .. : V J.t No small craft or storm warnings
... .
Cubans. fessor?." { :: : have. -been issued. !
In the first game. 'Roberts al-,: 2. How accurate is a "mechan-t I
lo\ved* the Cuban Club nine hits .;ical professor?" w ; T: :. ReportKey II Y y a5aI >

but. good fielding helped him win.,. 3. What country has J just l. eriiCjtl|asebatt t gti- : :.:' :West, Fla,,July 17, 1948 I
hit horri-
Knowles and Roberts ,
its ,first oceangoingvessel > (Observation taken at City.Office

ers.hit two Tommy for the and losers.Roberts Hall each amli..i'. ':4. ?Can you name the five"portrait" : : 8:30: :A3JL, EST) : t'6 ;
Knowles! hit two each for the t. coins? To ftegin. May Tbrito %W Highest yesterday Temperature... f 89 I x x

winners. ,* 5, What's thelife-spanof an 71:
.. Lowest night -
II. ,
R. E. ..
Score first game: :; -' I"' : -
AlJlert.can ?: ;:" < '
patent '" ,.. __ 84
Cuban Club .410 000 0-:5 9 :2 i| 6How. long does the averagecar I'11tA J 1it$ .ANi}.MARINES_ :J J' Nerrhal Mean __. -- 84,I 3 c

PAL: *. 100 205 x-8 ,1. ,2..' last? *- i ; -T I !
,. : :! Precipitation Ir
Tommy and P. Artemio; Roberts 7. Of what 'material is the NAVAL, AIR STATION 1'2 :.Gamts S iiMy'I' .Total last 24 hours .04 ins.II r a"

and Hall. flag atop the Capitol in WashIngton -' .x ai (!Total this month 2.05 ins.
? : 'j.; i ii i AND CLOWNS' -.WIILI I' At Fre lq >Excess.this' month .40 in*II
In the second game .the PALS ::8: What. percentage' your Afffly: ,Total this year ._ -, 19.74 ins.

romped all over Cubans And.six population\ h4s, changed living TANGLE SIJNIiA_ j I, :Execs this year 4.29 ins. b
hits were god for !six runs whiJp'they quartets' since 1910? (_' >There/tHI.I .be'two :ga gores d : _' Relative Huinlditr I

held the Cubans-to: one run'I" 9: How many of our govern- ;-The seriiot; baseball .league': theArpty.: Barracks tonotroW.In ( ; at 8:30.A.M. hi t. ,
tomorrow after i
six hits.
on I will get going ; -
gf9at for ment' workers were veterans at stadium-Four OOd'ClubS the first, :lame;.wjiichigeU i under 84%. ,. .,
Rivas pitched a game ,the end o'f r 19-471' noon at the rAi jret>not
PALs and Joe Casa. Jr., for entered in-the'p1ln- 1[ p't :; will ie lie BarometerSet I -
10. How divisions : are way. ; f.t; called
GOV. convention
-many are.- ( Level) 8:30 A.M. FIELDING WRIGHT of Mississippi (right t) who 'hu a of southern Demo-
the rivals, allowed six hits and i The ClownsMarines.. Naval '(he- iulaiMt; Foiir.>:Tearfaah I
teen .
planned for the organized r ; I .29.99 ins.-10J5.6 mbs.Tomorrow's crats at Birmingham.1 Ala. has a late breakfast in Philadelphia with three fellowMississippians.s.Leff >
double are '
hit Pirates !
Molina .
Casa 4. a planned ; for the reorganized Air Station and the the ScorpioOS* Up to datt .
i \ Almanac: Sillert of Rosedale of' the Mississippi i House cf Representatives:
for to right
Knowles scored three" runs ? 'fill represented I the Scorpions have'not won 9I .. I : .
the PALs. ,I'Army The first game, will. bring together 1 I I game in -the league. .. Sunrise Sunset __ ... .. _. 7:17 5:49: ajn. U. S. Rp. John Bell Williams of,, Raymond James D.. Ar ,uigton, cf Ccllint. and: the governor. I

Score: R. H. R| the Pirates and .Mahpes I Ii j Sanchez -'has been, busy) all' .- 5:44 p.m. -- -'-' -- -
PALs 022 100 1-6 4 2j I The ArimVcrs with Salinero in the Bo j* for the j week gathering rid s' players and Moonrise : p.m. -- --
i I Ii 3:24
Cubans 000 001 0-1 6 3 ]I i Bucaneers and Joe Navarro on has, selected a pitcher whose Moonset a.m. J In a modern .heated buildingJ
[ Boom Amazes FrenchI
Italian Film
Rvisa and Hall; Joe Casa, Ccce-l i 1. A machine: that automatically I the receiving: end. I I[ identity he has not revealed. All J : many as four generations of
lio and Moima. grades examination papers i The Marines will use. Roberts f he says is, -Look: out Subron, | moths can be produced in a
Double: Molina; struck out: and Deakyne. This game will'j and we've really got a pitcher," Tomorrow I -(/P)-The French movie world is amazed by"the activity f

Casa 5. Rivas 4; walks: Casa 4. 2. Ninety-nine per cent j start at 1-30: sharp. I I I The second contest Will be be;; (Naval Base) ;; shown by the Italian-udios, and Rome 'they predict, will year.
Rivas 5; umpires:.. A,. Aceveoo I the Nav21Air t iween Bombera find Eastern, Standard Time) I directors
I I' 3. India. In the night cap the Atomic soon become the European Hollywood. Movie from many
and scorer; Nellie Acevedo. | in their star pitcher: .I,I[ the Conchs. These two teams High Low i Subscribe in The Citizen.
4 filnu.
W. L.Pct.PALS' : Lincoln' penny, Washington put ; 7S3 12:39 1 parts of Europe are in Rome making or preparing six _
League standings: Beauford will catch. I I last : : a.m.
Jefferson nickel IKolb. and were winners of their games :\.
20 1.000 9:25 2:56 --- --- -- ------ I
I : :
t of pjn. p.m.
i With stars of. the caliber and it should a good
Roosevelt dime and Franklin week prove

Cuban CubanS.Club .-- 01.000 0 1 .000 half-dollar.Seventeen Monk Myers.and others Lefty ready.Caldweil.Mastens to beat. game match.behind The Conchs the Bombers.are just one 1 ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Loses Ai-ms, Leg, Has Full Time j job I BROADWAYCIGAR

0 0C00 Reference Station West
Red Devils : Key
C. Twelve with an the Clowns a d'start the open- "We ha d Jarge crowd at the ,
S Next games: will be Tugsdayafternoon Red average mileage years of 100.0001 j tag of the league. with.a victory: Barrack d week ago,, and if' U '.. Time of[Height of GRIMSBY EnslandVA.)- C. Shell, who lost both arms and STORE

at 2 o'clock and the 7. Nylon it is expected to The Clowns will use Red Dean', expected that tomorrow the UOD.rid.' (high.. water i i a l-g.in a 1042 air i raid, now works full-time as a typist. lie has two 1
doubleheader : .
Devils}will play the .. ![ B hfa.1fonda'
outlast in the box with Roberts; or Smith. gathering wdl be evett,Irtit ft J artificial arms. I
previous flags. I Cbrklldh '' .. 610 Duval Street
J 1 the bull ready for action. SUltid 'Zbtsk dar ( 10m 0.0. ft : -- :: '_ __ .1. ,
8. About on -half. in pen did f' p "They i E
.9. 44 per rent; or 711,2t9 outof McIntosh will .be the catcher.: should tbrpoi-bolus,;:" '' NO.aJDe.Key. WILL }'OU.SMILE. ? I EI

irlir', YOU s.iilMakes LFP: I a' total of 1,766,072 employees Cuban All Stirs, win visit the'I I t roastf2h20m, > i Hikes; To See Train; COMPLETEBASEBALL: ,
island city for %; series of gameson White-tiiini deer get their tuq ChkaSand bO\lt tKihgs
\ ttUnanimous" ahd"( <( L )
i I jd Eighteen, including six Sept 4-5 Day name from the habit of flicking i, PUEBLO. CoL7] Determined
the locals win get a shot at::: 'WMlrnWd.. CaMes Channel I. :
divisions. tau
National Guard upright .
I the Cubans. _* ]'F : : : J (north.end: ) -3-2h= lOw --1.4" ftY The class composition "was about -i|':to "see all those documents thatI SCORES
[ "
i J Lightning rods protect build-;I It is expected that all clubs in'' _Bias fold tape originally was oOo I "Kings.. one. boy' wrote 1 I read about i in,my' civics'class.

trigs m1y.when the connections'[the city ..in'bi! represented and known as -convent tap* This NOTE. :* this: I i,Ernest Edward, 14. of Canon

Art Editor: (disdainfully): "We to the ground are good. the county commissioners will name was,giyen to it because 'it (-).---.. Sign:. Corrections I I.ainus I The* most powerful king on !City, started .to walk 40 miles POPULAR BRANDS of

wouldn't think of using anything I have' a gala day on labor day,, was wed widely bY.n to be subtracted. 'I earth is Wor-king; ths laziest.Shirking ,I i through the rile to see the
like that- i I I Mosses have been known to for the opening. of the new : (+):Plus sign:. Corrections to S Cigars and Cold
: wittiest, Jo-king: Freedom. *
Train when it
_ Free Lance Artist: ""Well you build up deposits of limestoneby beach. the service clubs in the 'city. be added. \ : :Stopped I
neednlt be so haughty about it, becoming encrusted with ,I Clubs that can play the Cuban There will be Six;tames'played (h)lion; J i the quietest Think-kingi, : the at Pueblo. He'got a'ride' after Soft

you're Slot the only one who lime, with only the green tips I I are the Pirates, Marines and every one Will. have a .'(mhr14inut t slyest wink-king. .and.. .the nois- hiking .IS miley'along. .. the. high-,. Drinksr
won't use. iL" t showing. I I Clowns Bombers and several of ..chance to ..meet the ViJittrv k ,(t;)-]teet. --S SS i j est, Tal-k1nc.-' w. '*.. r -
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Beautiful I
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If ., E IN ALL STYLES and SIZES Former Values from S10.9S to $17.7
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QUALITY JEWELERS' new store (shown above) is located Duval street. Doors of the new, establishmer.topened'yesterday'for -
I the-firt'time. i It r : Printed Materials .

_._ ------- -.------..,--=...::--.-" -- ----- Stylish White PLAY SHOESWERE .
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l' j Suitable for Sclnntl DressesBoys7 V

i) ;ii; Goat 2 COLORED MEN !,! ..
k's NewJewelry Two-Legged $8.95 mow$5.00Pink
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I !took him to the hospital and I Wash 'SuitsBoys'
KUTTAWA, Ky.-Henry Dor- later took him to. jail. Then he

Store Here' rob farmer, has a 'two-iegged : returned to 1016 Howe street and 'i J I .
billygoat which considers the'lack I]recovered the knives used in the E and .I! Separate Pantsboys'
fight. .
of his two hind legs a no handicap I i =
STOKE. IS Allt COMTIOIS'EI : I)!.* whatever. I: On orders of City Manager I Green r Blouses
._ _. |i Ralph D. Spalding. Davis will II
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MODERN I Tht:goat lost his hind legs by]!later be turned over to the county -
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i THE VETERANS freezing shortly after it was born authorities. SHOES \ .. .
THROUGHOUT 1 ; IS LO- last December. 'I 1)1 E I ,
Billy; a' family favorite gets $6.95 \ SHOES
sJ-I: Selection
GATED AT sun DUVALSome CORNER around the way'a gymnast walkson (Continued From Page One), ,, Large :

.........__.... h>3. hands head down and sane as defence attorney con- -
The Citizen released in the tnded. The experts agreed'he --: = for '
time ago body up air. I I > Find A
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the information regarding INTEREST TO i defense counsel RealBargain .
One of the .. '
the issuance of a long term I Questions by veterans and authoritative 'Recruiting Sergeants was John Sawyer of Key WestI t 7 1 I I Among :;. .,., Men\' e Women.

lease to Pollock's Quality Jewelers answers by the, Veterans Due Here On Monrttty.I . .. Our ODDS ..
by the S. II. Kress & Co. i and ENDS : .
for store to be constructed at I Administration are pub- Two Army and Air Force Recruiting I ARM .. (
508 a Duval street. for occupancyby lished in this column by The Sergeants. M/SgU Jack I'i TRIUMPH .. t
Pollock's. Citizen as a public service to our Kirkland and T/Sgt. Lawrence I COFFEE ,
Yesterday saw the fulfillmentof I veterans. Gehova. of the: Mami main station -. MILL :t' APPELROUTH'S' I
this. release, when Bob Pollack Q.-I have been drawing $: 7.50 will be in Key West Monday I CHAS. ARONOVITZ DEPARTMENT
; owner and operator of Pol-I each month from my $10,000 War July18, through Friday at .2: E PHON \
17 4
Insurance :
lock's, opened the doors of his since my discharge July 23.Initial All ,
-b new store for the first.time. from the Army- ,afterWorld \ testswill be given by I, Croc.'rsa _Key Wes Largest Store .

In keeping with his reputationfor War I. Arc such payments Sergeants Kirkland. and Genovato .. _u__. _- -.t -.- .- -- _... ._ .
-- --- --- -- ---
discontinued after. .the all those interested enlisting -
Mr. progress Pollock; and has modern given Duval ideas. $10.000 is exhausted? ; in the Army and Air Force I .'..... t ,'. l # ',.. V< **.. -t ".....
A.-No. Payments'ttiav I bo If the applicant is successful in .
Street a store of which it can .
very proud, and \bears out his continued for the remainder of his tests, he' will be sent uf to', ;:" ,\ '.,
your life provided your total the Miami main recruiting; station -
faith and confidence in the fu-
disability: remains unchanged. where he will take another ,1... 3't .
lure Wes offers bus- -
Key young Q.-I would like to before :
incs mcnl. appear mental lest and receive a physical '. '.

indicated. in the ciedit list, the Rating Hoard to explain I examination. _' .
my own claim. Mav I do this? I '
near the store entrance it is A.-Yes. ;
but a definite appointment small: '!
W'teors relatively
are i t I
noteworthy that all work was should be marl and '-*.u Stores rock swept by the I I
done by local firms and artisanswih should be there at ,the time for earth as it revolves around up the"Ii i
( iimtcrials obtained locally j I IIizTP
which the hearins is desipnit i ?: l.Expenses l. II
The' interior displays have : incidental to going/ to sun. i I _
been executed under the tliicc- I
or from the Rating! Board ht'aringmlt Two out ,.'f;every three American '< S
tion' of Mrs. Pollock.A
Ix borne by ,
you. soldiers who reached
large mounted tarpon, Q.-Whv do I have to pav th" France in World War 1 partic-
caught in .Key 'West waters by
two monthly premiums insteadof in battle.
Mr. Pollock draws attention to one when I I't'instate''my'

the 'Gift Mezzanine, another innovation lapsed National Service .Life 'Insurance special ".hours set aside each ;'ay'
where one finds giftitems policy?
for visitor, the same as civilian
.heretofore never stockedby A.-One premium is for the hospitals. ,"-
Pollock's.Mr. 31-day grace: period following the
Pollock further stated, date of lapse, during which the I,- (Veterans wishing further in-I
that while his workshop had not insurance was continued in force formation about veterans* benefits Muu N..a U.a,r U ..m..tw1.r.....A,
as yef been completed Sufficient without payment of premium: may have their questions answered
fcpacc had been allocated to it to the other is for the current monthof the nearest
proyide for the equipment re- your insurance policy's rein- by writing :;
VA .offire.lIST
quired--.to do jobs when heretofore statement. Wish had Wings f Why other IV
had to be sent out of town. Q.My ->on. a World War II I:' you
veteran is in a VA hospital- a
JUDGE GWYNN :: distant city. Will I be permittedto I RRRAN
(Couunued From race One) visit him every day if I go to been there we know-trapped in A.t a crawling 5 mph you roll as smoothly, adequate. This .velvety lift, this soaring

now has a population of 5.260. is live in is located the citv? where the hospital I AMERICAN YOU'\"E snarl of a sunny ',,'eek- easily, lightly as at a winging 45. swoop of power,this utter freedom from any

compelled to house many aged A.-Yes if his condition permits and CUBAN COFFEE end's traffic tangled in the huffing puffing .. break in your stride are things you need to
people and thereby down
the number of mentally ill patients such visits. All 'Veterans 1 _TT A Pound Today- I push of a city's busiest rush hour. At every opening left by a stalhnglaborlOg experience to Judge.,

that can be admitted. ,,Administration_ _hospitals have neighbor you have instant-quick power .
The association also went on I And more than once you've wished for surge to'let you take advantage of.it. Why not try it out? Your eal r.will do the
record as recommending to the best he can to arrange a trial,- just as |ell
RESOLUTIONWHEREAS. wings-so you could duck all this,dodge thejostle" -
state legislature the raising of I Upgrades? A little pressure on the gas take your order any time,whether or not you
more money for the State Hos- .The'Supreme Ruler of the Universe. in all His I j the push the stress and strain.
pital to higher salaries and I treadle handles them.Stop signs? Your foot have a car to trade. See him and .you'llbrake
pay infinite wisdom. has seen fit to remove our beloved Past '
in that way bring the number of Chancellor. Morris Cochran: from this earthly sphere to the I \Vell,look about you good sir, for the long, stops you holds you-till you can feed stop wishing for wings I

doctors and nurses up to stand the and .. .... .. ... .. __ ..
Supreme Lodqe above and sleek new Buicks w ith word4Dynaflow* gas go. {*-> )* / f ***J JWhars .uI m Jfli .
ard.The WHEREAS. Brother Cochran was a member of this Order I their
thru fenders.
delegates were accompanied on toper-
[ You forget shifting( entirely-in I fact,no gears -
by County Judge and Mrs. for almost half a century, serving his lodge in many capa- ;
Raymond R. Lord and their two cities and thereby bringing to himself the love and profound j They've got the answer-to easy,open-road ever shift as you drive-yet the moment any
children and Circuit Court Judge respect of all ,with whom he came into contact with and bottleneck breaks, you.move smoothly,
flight and the where traffic's densest
Aquilino Lopez. Jr.. and Mrs. WHEREAS, in the demise of Brother Cochran. Key West t to pot boulevard pacing the different I about.DYMAFLOW .
Lopez on the trip to Havana. Lodge No. 163 and tho Grand Lodge of! Florida ha3 lost a f and the driving tension greatest. swiftly up to :-
While some; of the delegates expect :faithful and conscientious supporter and a member worthyof 3 pack.. 'A 6
to fly back here tomorrow. the name Pythian Knight one whose )kind words and good I I'i Dynaflow, you just sit there, press'the "
the over majority until Monday.of-them are staying cheer brightened the lives of all who associated with him. 1 d as'treadle-and ...erl! Smoothly did we say? The word is hardly DRIVE? 4 } ;

and his family. has lost a loving father and husband; therefore i'
be T. /
it t/Gri..I
and Cracks loose in hairs the flood from where pets'may lint RESOLVED. That while we mourn the loss of Brother i BUICK alone has'aril these features, ... ::::;:.:((1.1/.b..b... ::"at.flew.

collect can form lava nurseries. Cochran. yet we bow in humble submission to Him .who ? 9 9 r.d ).wWda predwe .... .
i doeth all things well; and be it further ..' '*DTHAf. .IOW. OJUVr *TAFH-rHRU.. STTUNO. *RIGID TOIQUf-TUU edio ::: : CItICI bootts..
\ 'TOXXJ fill llHrfcHHI -I <-| I l.rai.y T1..wA i ... frM
RESOLVED.; That we extend to the family our sympathyand I, *.nIX". '" OU KINGS *ROAD-R/Tf BAUMCf f i:*QUUUtUf UX COIL SPUMGIMO __ ti"r d.q A.rrisq Oor.ny.t _4Aidea
COME and SEE OUR love. commending them to Him.in whose promise thereis I t ,, .01 boot ....... -r-p..VW
a, SOVND-SOUf: TO*UMINO *YIRA-SHIELDED KIM *SAff7T>RIDE aiMS t5 I $c5 .,,d.L- ....
comfort for the sorrowing; and be it further >ll<.KIr M4l gh......n..dwtd.pM.f..o..cI-
QUALITY MEATS RESOLVED.That our'charter be draped in mourning fora pet ey.; .. -I..Iectiett ., .
Groceries-Vegetables period of thirty days; and be it further I *TIN SMART MODUS *IOOT IT FISHER pow.'f0"e-..d'di !cio&

RESOLVED. That a copy of this.resolution be seal to the I T*.,in HENRY J. TATUM.Mrfvoi NWwwfc AtanJufl.W frw.-,.
w. Carry family and a copy be spread on our minutes. _
Adams Ice Cream W. P. ARCHER P. T. RUTROUGH J. R. DeLAND

CHECK ON OUR PRICES E Adopted by Key West Lodge No..183 Knights of Pythias.i I < MULBERG CHEVROLET ;
BEFORE YOU BUY i on this the sixteenth'day. of July..AD.1943. "
Jane and Shine No. 2 Attest GEORGE F. PHILLIPS; '2' TELEPHONE 377 V .
I. RUSSELL. Chancellor Commander.
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