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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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West.. Florida .has. the .:.- j ;:< Associated" "Press, Day.Wire,

most equable J climate in.,the.. l':. ;'' ', ; @t'11' e' 1K.cy g' 7I 5' f Qt. if. < i. i i Features;and Photo Services

-country. with .an 'averagerange to:, -k'',,:, ;'., For 63 .Years Devoted to the
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c.for.Presidcnt'icbts' TINE S; PEACE PACT-' IS 1 YaY ,\"rel>b'-' 11REVOLTING'
SUPPORTERS:OFxifHEJ3TATEV 'MOVEMENT bOa Walla out : American leaders.Representatives'. .
I tide,the City,Auditorium BiVrau } \.-Ala.,-during! "theDixiecrat' convention. A:few minutes NOT PERMANENT .j j jHy i of.: the-'United -*: DEMOCRATS get together in one cf the many caucuses: : preceding 'the opening of

after this-picture'was mad "'}-lhe.,pickets! broke. r ranks.-fled but.threatened toim !..t' r. I .i:States, Great Britain.* France t'ue biases:>> Mights Dixiecratic conventional Biim ngham..Ala.. Front 'o.w.,left lo.right; Alabama'siforjner
-'-- -. .I' -" --'----' .... -- .' \**<*rtmtr4 .Prrnt I|[I Belgium and Luxembourg are COT; frank Dixon'cf, Birmingham! temporary chairman of the convention; Lloyd t&. Price
'I TEL (\VIV.. July 19rDespitethe meeting today ,in the,Hague fur 'ofF: OTi,Worth..Tcx j Palmer Bradley of Houston.. Tex Merritt H. Gibson of Longview:Tex.r Hor-

TRAVELS I RULES, ."FOR.. JS'KGKOKS. .. : .. Ik' i :: Ute porpose 'of' drafting another ')Wilkinson, of Birmingham. Back, row, Ictt to'Tight;' Arch Rowan of Fort- Worth Hamillon
MAN agreement! yesterday.of.Aram: ;'rote to the 'Russian leaders. U f Rogers-of Fort Worth. Sydney Snnyer of Birmingham; ,Wallace Wright-of Jackson. Miss. -

leaders i in ordering their troops :j: tlie Russian answer is. not satin. -
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: to cease firing on'ail fronts Jewish -1;" break the blockade with armor-.

4,856. MILES_ TO 1 headquarters;announced: s i I j I jed,Before divisions.that action' is taken according t.OrdinanceSettil1g.C

today Ib.ilhe; Arabs itf the : to the present-scheme\ it
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SEE SON HERE northern section of this country; the route thedivisions will traverse -

.. had attacked contingents of to' reach western Berlin.
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Fnliirr Of Wotintlcd Iir.iti"lii, Jews. who .were forced to return that course be adhered it, i\o- : City's
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< I'body: cared to say/wth certain- .
Sailor Flier From.i.f _f JSmatliers heft the fire. -4y, either at the Haguo or in D.er-

., !i well Jews agreedto u 'i
Ion, Knjrluiul: To I>;tij1Vc 1 : Arabs.as as t linA clash may result ..between. !>
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Sunday;" Confers abide by the 'United Nations the,Allied division _and. Russian. Up Tonight

..t ; order to declare' .a truce .in .Palestine -. forces. .. ;
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: ;, ,. t W lI Followers I ; .- Jews are-ready to extend VAt the Hague: Foreign Minister -
Cavendish' Ramsey P tjlerttayteled Bidault of France said that '
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: Brockleyv'. the .truce, till such time as an ap- :'ihls will cooperate fully --r- 5--------MKASUJE, 1 i' {9'-'iJUES: *:QU 20' MILLS .fun CITY
<4.J55G! miles from ;. basis be set country 4
S. >E. to Wf6t.tosee] .nelirsentaltvo George Smath- ceptable peace may "vith the United States 'land j j'V 6 OPERATIONS 5 'FOR
London; Key | j I up. but it was raid that the: Great .Britain jn ;any undertak- --tUlLROVD.; .. CIIAIIIMAN AND: L1LLS
: 'whv'rai c'fo' West ,
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his --eon CavendishRoy .'Pjeierj; ; ',Arabs' are riot:;considering: entering Ving 'they may decide on in at- DEBT SERVICE; -
OfdV.: Signa&iian. Royal Niwy.; '- tu1Cs?yjitove feackIt'' his. Mi i".hohTc into negotiations to establish ifempts( to breaP' he blockade. t :

:attached, to HMS CPjOSSBOJtf. ':fI j amt... l.afteficonferring, hereHitK'sevcrj r permanent peace. I j?lfJ( added ne' felt c ,.uident' ,the An 'ordituiHCC lUinj the city's: railU?*;r.ate': -. t }mills for the
.Cavendish Roy"Peter was.'kafr.lnjurcV .) .. )Jtor his folowers. ,.1 arc be bloc: .of''ntwp will! be: purpose ci.r colcctin7) : ,taxes on tho 1MS.49 rollrwiU be'among levoral
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on'hskip! V fewYdays I, 1 toinll'' ,:into' a :Scc... o4' ((VPWirt), ptfou;Jrorut:' [r' Ajabi.because, reported the!" Jews'sue...rcjscntful ; =- result'ul iri,_'attainin.'ihefr their,acting t in.ttinI (.aim- cuawres obocorutdcrad.pfsonyhfiiiniai. :_ !l = b"i'C'tr' caws,
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conferences: 'Smatherspteycd --1 j nusiIOn. '. ..
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| ,>ago :-after. a .hand 'grc'nadcj.opjocled. Fabian Baci. nch) in strengthening theirjI I' '' -
't Mr. I>.qte ; astound( ;'pf:.colf'at: Key'-West seeded CNt.1 -' hinton't.odaY; Prcsi- .. The milla,e rate on}Jlus-year's i : ;roll..we3.j2t"J: pcrcentit .wa- explained ;;
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\ :> ; at'440I; ; J Jp.nv FEDERAL JUDGE I I forces during] .the four-week 1{ (In Wa Hall. "The ordinance.
: rnuon.'itt.Brit= Golf Clulfc Hist partner was Dr V/ATIES: I} ;} conferred withi today iat City, .VJ Jf>e cimslQcred tonight
.Overseas;) Friday<\ Airlinc att :'Corjx. ationI|t; Jaek:Ilaves.'r'hr'v" played 1 'against WARING (above). sitting' .in )|I antiUticc. While the cease-fir-1 i high dent Army.Truman,Navy and .Airforcc. @ e |I wilt fijc 20 miHs ; the' rate tb. )tic,'\otected 'with operations and J

t The" I Col.' Bob Spottswood arid W.' ,Eastern: District Court ,at'I'ins order remained in, effect; the i officers:: Subject of their discus- 1t mills for debt service, irtcludmgretires n '..iirljondi, and payn'' :ii
Pl;nc Service. *British.UcdJ! ', Curry'I19rrit' ;, .assistant state Charleston S. c... granted. an I I Arabs assert, the Jews brought j skin was not publicly revealed). CI'Y3S.o cooperation! with i ,theAmerican j torney: at-I I injunction that forces the I II j I in many bombing planes and j Ii General Lucius Clay was ,jei A Ale'thE commission i will cm
lied Cross 'arranged' 1 f Saturday night-Smathers.. I South Carolina Democratic: ; I: many piece of heavy artillery'j ported to, favor mini force in QF hider an"; ,rdinancc requiring
: i iite' thetfiouse guest of City I I II I the Employment
forhis transput: tation hen}' party to enroll Negroes and I reaking the blorkada.should
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: sinner,and Mr- #'"is Carboncll.TomoiTow .. an-ne""nyjving a structure anywhr're -
was .met .by/att. /American 1'' = ,I I grant them participation in I I Airlines' -' Kui..ns continue, their stubborn i:Hh 1 city or into the >
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R".':f.Crc"as.1-i- t'eithiivc\ ;at'blew 1' : : j attend': party affairs. j 1 I a j ". *. "- 1 resistance, to .nason, ;r Service f In, Sin Ic.. will have to take out a permit

York 'and placed abrupt::4! thy first r 1 I with Building Inspector Errol V.
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plane out.of New Yu: k'lto Miami''. JZt'ess'wJud\ .ha.%t oen" railed .'by; Ifoiriur. HcrrickOn : 1 I Decline=Service( EUflG 1 i F 1.i :1i -ShQ\vs.\ 1iU'ea5( '.&arvyer' .and. : pay" fees?for the i>cr-
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Truman.. I I I, ,
In Miami, he was again"ritetiiny.. .' --"':"":"" l1lllruni +!:ocrd t I I Coast To Cbaslrrirl : .'1-.....|'.The i'Ji) ,'. '_ ,=f.' {itri-i1..bone! >s require'!. to
a rtpresentalive'u'IluiRed.Q; <$ : : : 1 1I I Died( SundayEarl vrY TAIJ.AIIASSb.tiny; : t irv! Z."}btr..nl .: v\\ this time the appl'' 'a-
-placed| : on tUe': ,FloridaGrey: &,.i,|[i.' ". Brush, t siire.: ()f ( It'cIt 1 I ? |on/or; a" c'nit 10 move a build l.ing
1 I 'f t"'fI o< i '.Tie Itlse.l 7 Placements tliroushXthp.,FJmda .'' h:'provided in the measure
hound Lines, Inc. tt'.Key Westwhere |i 1 II I Felton age.. 34.died '
I I 'I c_ -, '.Tbr rul.... I MIAMI. July 19.-A ("o""t t-h' George; State Employment Service have also that the fees shall be $10
he met by a j City fir'Inrn woilTIMi! At
was : represenT I I| 1 j ATIJVNTA.! Go, Julv, in.FInim'r .- coast beeline, speed service between I Sunday morning at 3:35:
I for building containing 5,000
tativc of the U. S. Navy and also 5:"Q p.m.-Saturday( tr extinguish i, n. Horrkk. 1401) Ileynolds I Florida and 'California o'clock in his residence.; 9 Nassau I been 4 per cent greater duringI a
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an officer attached to thc I IIMS a brush fire near the corner of" Lane.. after a short illness. I the first fix mnths of 1913 than : cubic feet and $20 for all bUuc-
I s-treeti; Key West Fla.' hasf''n will he' inaugurated Saturday. ; rn6re (
tures containing than ;J.OOO'
CROSSBOW. Eleventh street and Flac.ler 1 mxiintod; the Kev West July 24. it wag announced today Funeral J Services will be held during the wring i period wf lad building
At 12:15: a.m. Sunday morning.; enue. There wa no lamaze.people :; aV-1 representative on _the Alumni by National Airlines.The : tomorrow at i) p.m.in the year. Carl B. Smith Cliainnan i!feet. If anyone moves a -
that. does not sticttthe
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he was taken to the U.SNaval; I I Advisory Council 1 of Georgia wuthern'trim:>continental ing Street t CJiurch. where'JeU1-1 of the Florida Industrial Comj j fee is %.
where accommodationshad who have limn to stop 1 1I 1 mission >
Hospital I will be placed at 2 annoim'-ed today.
Terh, it
I' : was anouiwed by Ur. route I\-ross the Gulf of Mexico. body t AnctherraolutioD will be introduced
l hOn'made for him by- Cap and aid anyone in distress and I' Blake H. Van Leer, President of Texas and the border states will t J Rev. J. B. Reid will I A total of 73.734 workers have! -
tain O. A. Smith (MC) USN. I to take other's people's, troublesas ( I Photo I I been placed in cumpensable tonight tu buy 1,000
the Georgia Institute of Technology. be the :shortest:; and fastest airi'C1vi'e Burial will be in the family plotin ) i I jobs: iI j I..d'of fire hose from the Eurti.a
Medical Officer in' Command. if they were their ownfie Atlanta. City'C'mderyLopez Funeral I during the first half of-this year
I Georgia.Mr. I
Cadish'Roy patientat I would lx\ hard to I yet provided! between .A.. .LEE M. WIGGINS (above) Fire Hose Company at its bid c.
Peter ua said( it : explain Herrick, in his capacity of Miami and Los Angeles. Shorter" Home is in charge; of arrange in comparison with the 70 033 ,
the Naval Hospital\ and his when, returned home to i i i II councilor will be available to by 310 miles than any other route ments. Survivors. Parents, M:. cl HartsTillCr S Coo former i for the first. : six months of 1947. i 1470.ordinance, which
father was given a room' adjoin-' people-who'asked him about his ( local high school students who r it will be served by fast four-en- and Mrs. Leslie Felton, "and, one undersecretary; of thp treasury This represents: an Increase of | An its first reading last wa:veel'given ,
of his son's.When trip because it would be hard 3.695 e
inc: that wish information about the different the brother Holland Felton. workers finding i jobs
liners all
asked about his trip Mr, for him to leave out vf his voice t pes'o( engineeringcourses gine passenger has been elected chairman through the F1Qoda''State Employment and which provides for a liquor

Peter said: I Iru I I the expression of excitement and y offered by Georgia I' way.The vacation capitals of Florida of.the 'bear Col both the Atlantic -. Service. business license Legion for Clubroom the colored

doesn't seem possible hat !i|I appreciation that might lead one Tech, onto; of the outstanding engineering and California will be only At Home Coast Line Railroad and Noticeable increases in place- American street, will also b in: .
Whitehead
things could have been arranged j to believe that he bad been on a institutions in the Uni- apart. ments each month have been ;
and 20 minutes
{ 13 hours 'and'NashYilht
in so .sJiort a time. With the I I i'I' pleasure trip instead of his true t ted States. In addition ,he will Direct connections with Delta CHAMPION, 111. lost from the Louisvijio apparent with almost 1700. more given its second reading tonight
world so full u f turmoil It' is|' mi lon.' He ended by saying t seive as the official representative I Air Lines at New Orleans and his home,' John Tyler Winslow, 'Railroad, effective September placements made in June of this
good to know that people are again that it Was good to know t of the Instiute at high school American Airlines at Dallas assure :5, made hin. elf at home at police 1. -He' is a former president of year than of the same month the Lt. Clark To BeTransferred
still human. I ( }\md' my son receiving that' people throuahout the and other educational cetin s.i the fastest trip both in total headquarters until his mother the American Bankers Associa proceeding year. The actual num.

;attainable the best and medical I was treatment told.- world Mr. Peter have will time he to'he allowed human.to'remain ,i ........ ..............-. time Los aqd nuclei in actual to Florida flying passengers tiin!-. claimed he emptied'aU him. During 28 private his stay mailboxes I I I -lion. June her of dropped placements la the made low during point* Soon

before leaving: England how fortunate in.this, country seven days have. a choice of three departures of police officers broke 1 I so tar this year ,due the close|
we were that our' sonswere and will return to Knclarvi hv BRADY'SCHOICE from California-two the hydrometer used to measure I of citrus and vegetable. seasonal,; Lt. Samuel E. Clark. USN, officer
able to be treated in. a U. S. steamer from New York. Youn ; ---101'- morning departures and one the sufficiency of antifreeze i: SPECIALSI I work. Ire charge of the Operational
Naval lto pitaL Peter lost two hands. in the ex.-,- I night departure. in squad cars and hung by hisi I j. i Placement of veterans hasi Development Station of the
?Your Navy is noted torirs plosion but his condition n POULTRY heels from the radio wires under i I I! 'For )IFeeltMonilajy ll"I'i"nir.lg I i been gradually decreasing over Key West Naval Base I tun received !
wonderful docto' and medical i steadily! improving. ,,1214' Wbit* Sti_t Pboit &40 I ( f the radio desk. I Ii I i the past two years, Mr. Smith orders announcing that
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treatment and facilities whichare i .. .. .. .. . . II I I ,July I said, as many veterans have he will soon be transferred.; lie
not w easily attainable in -- -------- r TOP LUGGAGE been absorbed by industry. For expacts definite word on where
other ports. I have just finisheda 1 FOR SALE-'45 Chrysler '.n..-: TNIWV i i Morales Dry Cleaning the first, part of 134;;. 22.323 he "u going; in a few days.It .
cable to my family telling Xhcm i I'42 .Plymouth. Club Coue""-*<:t,V CARRIERSfor Best Paint Sold I placements of veterans is reported was announced that Lt.
of my trip. I have j just told.them. Truck. Bartel' Sale i I Aliil SummerSPECIALS' as compared to the 24. 11 of Clark will be succeeded by Lt.
that it is; unbelievable that .1 I NAV RRQi: Incorporatedi for CARS _atr | last year. a; Comdr. Carolus M. Bloomfield
have seen. since leaving home. ',19! Studebaker Truck' Itoy's Kpy' West AulD .Part> TRUNK LUMBER YARD:I ,- I i: Women are continuing. enter USN. who is now stationed
i Opposite Bus Station 'I.Ton' 121 o"T..J. | St. Phone 44:?T t TELEPHONE 111._ ; the labor market- with* the ,.;lb "ttnrUSSMacon.\'! ar-hjht-

t *47 Slmlrliiiker. _"W 1 f._ .. Men's TROUSERS Sac i 1 number of pla'ceirienls "ol women .,crulsei"? ...
Palace Theater' CHAMPION- i. 1.i Wen's SUITS 73c ployment i through; -the Service.Flori4a/-ajate/steadily in-. t l ,

ynn H l1 end Pfltricla l-'l'I'fdscmiD'' Mother Goo to Date M6 Chrysler,' 6-(;>I. ltilr harden Udieg': DRESSES, 'I I creasing Over: ?,40Q:>DrfC 'w PRINCE OF :THIEVES" $e Up -Door i (Plain) 75cLadfe I melt, were placed in jobs (rom 'SP'Ctcutd
[ OM King Cola '42 Old"ruobile, 2-Dr. i I January through,Juna ol this
ini and SHORTS Merry old soul. Small 5-CrliAdel' I :: |I ear than were placed during Summer Rales
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t'[ And a xncrrr old soul '39 Dodge, 4-Door L et!" .' YtG.oda.s4 t Udfe; SLACKS 35c i the same months of 1947.
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Was be. iq tb. D' tp ctlT Burgundy 'Sailor BLUES Sac BODY and FENDER
................_.. ;; Had had a klealc 38 Chevrolet, 2-Door Package at I White Turtle w*
MOTOR\ TUNE-UP I I For his tummy's sake All Can in A-l Condition I GGSDoL 5QCLowe's 1 i 271'Phonf1511i :i ViotD CRAIG REPAIRS

At WEA VER'S Twins Garage i Nevy Armayor's'LA i for Pi k-ilp and Delirery i SERVICE STATION' PAINT JOB, S45.00 lip
..=SAVES GAl-T= I liuI (AH Mike of CAn)
Francis at Division Phone
root Smith Auto' Service i DONi YOU SEE Studebaletsr-yo our Friendly DeoJor" F Q SUNDRY Fish Co. I Office LA CONCHA BLDG. I T w PCRB .... u..!.. Motors Inc.

Whit at Fleming St Pbon S,} PA_:And ha ata'it la air-eeadl-. 1130 DUVAL STREET Foot of Margaret.Stzs.t .2. Location 415 Fleming Street 'LET TTO Greata. Spray ,ct Monroe ,
Opposite Army Barracks 1 toned comfort tool PHONE U9 Corae WiUiua- fad' Windsor i and 211 Simonton Shatr : (i UO ChBS You Oa Year. )friendly ,Ford De 1UKe -
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I'AGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
MONDAY, JULY 19, 1948
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JVURXA L. P. ARTMAJU hed D. AKTM-1N.EMOr Owmev EzMpt B..I.uU Sndar..P...Ma..aget.Ualan, by Fuller Warren: likes Monroe..... .,.. county; Don11l\fexi\ o,Way !. DANCE ON THE DESERT ; Unless You're

4 From Th Crtlmen. Building he has liked it since hb; first trip here in "' I .
u Corner Green and Ann Street
Only Daily Newspaper la Key West and 1940 when he was a candidate for gover- Pancho _and an Irishman By Florence Thee! __ : Careful -
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lJ Monroe Countyfcatered Pat. were caught..rustling
:: S nor. All of the remaining '66 counties in I[cattle over the border and after .' rC _;; F ._ -...- .,.--.._...._. ......- .:. I
mt Key West. Florida, as second class matter f
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Florida run true: to pattern with an exception a summary. trial.weet enteneed I[. '. \ L I -Define the difference between -

..... MEMBER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS here and there in and I I to be hanged. When theboys' Chapter 18 Led by Mrs.! McLane and Mr. 'bring people out here from Palm I results' and .consequences -
io_ The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to scenery in! r strung up Pancho, the- rope hisarlin1ai4 ,Halliday, a throng of.Marylanders Springs, to survive." i ." read a question in a
.-. -to DM It tor or reprodaction not otherwlae of all credited news la dispatches this paper credited and the attitude of their residents. But Monroeis r slipped and he feU info.the,river i pEn'SC A fLON. picked ,up spilled out of cars and station Bert rumpled" his hair. "Okay, school examination paper. U

the the local news published here. different fromany other in the I below rapidly swimmIng around 'guitar. ready: to i wagons. More than seventy of pessimist! He picked up his The best answer came froma
county
in. laughing and ton.We're giving the folksMaryland
a they
The other boys them came
quit right then
: : CBSCRIPTIOV RATK9 a curve and making hisescape.. I bright youngster who wrote:
state. That difference is evident thatit exclaiming over the novel decorations ,' My. Maryland'-with
so looked each' other questioningly -
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** Tear $16 00 I Chagrinned the posse: famed as they were seated by frills!" Results are what you xpec".
:S Qts rhr_M..tb Uostke LM LlbS appeals to practically everybody who to string up Pat, who cautioned: ., dazed Get smiling waiters. The crowd went wild. Young consequences are what you get.**

.d Month _ _ _ 1... I comes here. 'I them: "Bhoys be sure' yez tie. a Bert crumpled that big ad of Eileen finished her song to Jerry's roping act went over big
\.ul" ..2SADVBBTIS1VQ better knot this time. It's meself Blackey' Davis that had ruined their thunderous applause. Bert with them. Then Tony sang his
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... fl- BATKSIfad Mr. Warren in his address in Bay- that can't swim .a stroke." 'their'openingand, jammed) it in got the boys upon their feet for beloved Sole Mio. In his hefs liar .Yir Horoscope
.: then'rushed to his mother's and apron. And they'1om that, ,
Ka w Application view Park said complimentarythings bows
many his pocket.. eyes were
........................, } Uisgray' table. and caught her in his arms. too. S S : ,. MONDAY, JULY IS1. 1948! The
"'t' ,. PECIAL JfOTlCH about Monroe county. Had he ;flashing angrily. ... Never Speech, .sPeft'b. Tonyr they. -
Lola lets
..! All r.*4i*f notieea, card* of UuuikftV teawfrttea back Good old you demanded. He Was 'Marylander.too. positions fo rthis day indicate an
:
ft been campaigning Radio 1 ;TOkay Pete. You"car* go down! He gripped Mr.Halliday' a
respect obituary IIOUce uea. etti will kertarired it would have been an Programs aesthetic
and nature Be
if, they were food of ; given. it ,
= tor at tfe* rat ef It eemt a> Ru*.. rtd Los Angeles tomorrow you hand "So glad you could come very : may:
Nattee tel tertaiAmet by ckvrc&e*freest whichreveiui easy matter to have said that he praisedour .1 want to. But you're-playirig5here He turned back bonk to: mystical and. poetical rsflef-
: : le to be derived are i eMtaThe \ (]aiu. .........................'': tonight. We,pracUsedf to put on a his Mr:mother.Halliday.Were schemingall to Tony, smiled, embarrassed.! "I tion. There will probably hp

filt CltUea pablie U Isaaeai an open and form subject aa4* of local Airursirn or*-1: county to- try to get out votes. But he '. 1"j.L" show-and. we're going:. to put it this when you you.were down am not so good at speechiag. as at I many changes in life ups and'\

....ral Interest, but it will not p bt.sh, aaoaymoascomrn was not looking for votes: the campaignwa. Daytime Summary on-for our guest,. Mr. Pepper. here before singing: and cooking I think 1 downs of fortune. and rather poor
... an teat l na< ,: I Selected a. listed .... Shayne!" : show my appreciation .f all this '
retrains His mother's luck in love affairs. Seek to develop
over, and he had won. He was hereon are broadcast at tke same time MOM- I bowed newsPaper eyes were spar- with some very special talian f
day through Friday eastern local He to the rePorter 1lin: :. She looked lovely In her pastry: which is_what you call I stability of character, .a ad
hi.Mthank.you" tour, as a demonstration time. For central subtract etc hour; and stepping on the platform pale pink dress with a feathered him-'on. the house.*" He bowedhimseil !during the time of prosperity and
; of his appreciation of the majority I., moMittaiA subtract two 11_.. snatched up his baton. The hefddress in her beautiful IT back to the pantry amid 1 i pleasure lay up a store of wealth
boys picked up their instruments. waved hair. It all Mr. Hani-
;IMEMBER <)) 1948 rote Monroe had given'him in the May 25 JULY 19 THROUGH JULY 23 That's the ticket.Bertie boy!I" day's idea. We was had 'a committee cheers.During intermission.! Mr. Ha]!!- and sunshine for the dark dareSaccharin

primary. S Memlng Ecldywentbaclt, to the piano. .1 meeting yesterday and when I day talked with Ben and Eddy:
::j f Bert turned:'ta face' the empty told him what you bo-s..ere do- about the Blackey Davis compel was first preparedin
In his address, he invited the peopleof 9:00noseymoon Breakfast Club-ta abo N. .T..*. ''ebe chairs 3.Dd.tabtes. squared his mg-0 tion. 1879. -

Monroe to send a float or floats to Tallahassee :15-Barnyard Follies-cbs: .shoulders and. in a showman's i "We decided to give! .you: : a surprise How do you boys figure to
Ozark Valley Folks-nfc*. voice,:announced:. "It now gives ," the ,banker Crushed, And combat this situation?" he Inquired 'H
LEGALS
to participate' in the inaugural 10:00: -Fred' Waring Show-nbo me great'pleasure! to present our from his expression. Bert prompt- ,
S 11fi Music For You-cbs '*.*, talented and lovely singer, Miss ly decided be was.deeply: inter "Frankly we don't know," saidEddy. '..
; IMPROVEMENTS FOB KEY WEST parade. And he asked .that .4 motorcadeof My Story Drama-aba ,
10:3 Eileen FarwelL ested in his mother Advertising seems to be I t\ TUB TIR'I IT C'OI RT OP visit
ADVOCATED BY 'THE CITIZEN Monroe couniy.residents.go to Tallahassee : Sing ETonr Along ot;Ser1nb.-cbs! ?*;*# Pepperappliuded.. as Eileen "Well, ro 'v. certaioly. saved the only way." .1 F.LKKTH Jisnt-att. .1HrilrTHK I

: for the parade: and inaugural cere- bay It Will Music-mbs stepped into the spotlight. For a the day!* He took the crumpled:. '"But Davis can afford to buy 0>+ %.\u FOK*T'TK o>:ri ft. t:' !;,%.
11OO-Arthur Godfrey Sho.-clIs moment a tear shone in her eyes advertisement from' his 'pocket, more of it than we can. And even I l\ (HKR "
:: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. monies. 11:3O Breakfast-Ben Alexander In Hollywood Show>=-abo mis ,, bright as the sequins on her dress. showed it to his 11OtbeT'Btackey: : if we could out-advertise the I I 1a.. ,.. si-ms

''-11I- 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. We should: show appreciation by 11:4SerlaJa :9 I% hr.cboAft.reoo. But she blinked it back. and witha Davis ganged up on us'' tonight ours Oasis isn't, his"band's well known and I I Jon: W1LL4AM SMITH Plaintiff.
stood
hcartening smile so that Look at thisl"!
: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. having: at least one float: in the parade and the band would 'alsobe her audience -ob.nolshe said readiagto WelI. rd be glad to stay down I I KL.IZABETH SMITH UMOHCRKATHRTX
4. Consolidation of Cotmrjr and 12-00-Welcome Travelers-*te and began to.sin:.'Better dismay."Why should he.wanMo here a few days and study; out the iofendant.onIHtn .
:.. "City Governments. by as many of us who'are in'a position todaso 12:30-Words and Musk-nbe it seemed to Bert, as he'conducted hurt you 'boys-a big orchestra situation Mr. Halliday offered OF PI Hl.lf.4TIO\

-= 5. Community Auditorium.Pollock's at the time 'going to'nllahall. e 'for 1:00-Music! Halt Hoar-abo .-'than she na4 ever sung. before like that?", "it you've"got..a cot or something TO Kathryn III.h Smith,
( 2:00-DouN. or Nothn-nbo! I'can sleep oflWe'd ." 2412 Nortk Tenth St.
make
; "Itdoesn't: sense to me,
Queen for a Day-nib* ? Philadelphia. PennsylvaniaTon .
,the inaugural January, 1949. either. But he our certainly be grateful Mr. .
8.20-SerUls toe SH UnA-kk* sure swamped are hereby required to at\) ::
o.. The Citizen believes that the Warren Bride 1 and Groom-abo tt k \) { pR'ESF.NrLY'there was a eom- little ad with this and you.see- Hallidayl" pear to the Hill for Divorce filert
Mania Blocli UeconlimD motion: Cars, were coming up nobody came.* Bert beckoned: the "We're certainly lucky. to have against you in the abo\e tyl'le :: administration be. one 'of the best SAO-Ladles Be Ste4-abo the drive dozens of them. Tony reporter to the table introducedhim. his interest Eddy said, when the J oft or Uefrre the 19th day *f
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110NOGRAPn' Florida : J.30-The Bouse Party-cba r..n to the door. his tall chefs hat "You give Mother and Mr. banker went back to the table. August A. It U4I. otherwise .lhealleeatJAna .. >
has had This is the first time ronlatned therein |'it l|
ever Second Honeymoon-aba !
But from the he looked at
= askew, and. began 'to wave hishands. Halliday your idea about It-Pep- way foe taken a* ronr..Lno .
Jewelry Store, since when 4:00-Hint Hunt Qnlz-cbsFor while I the folks. their mother.Bert decided his interest I and XV.* ,
1932. Dave Sholtz was elected the Ltivra ilile ." per. give .some Ordered at Key !*
? 'Ve8t Florida "It's the Marylanders with music."' was principally in her. Florida' this nth day.f Julr. A. i>:
Key 4:30-Winner Take All-cb ,
governor, that Monroe county has been on 1 When their father had passedon. 14
Treasury Band Show-abo your mother;-and Captain Mar- On the platform. Phil Meredithwas i
:- Dear Mr. Pollock: the gubernatorial "bandwagon." In 1936, BOO-TrcjLSUry Bandstand-rb.: tyn's cousin who owns the bankl telling Roy and Charlie, all .just before the war. she'd said i I Circuit Seal. )Court floss r. Sawyer,
:.. K1d<1les Hour (west repeats I hr. The band really came alive, put about the Marylanders: that she would never remarry Clerk ..f Circuit CwurtBy .
Your new, Beautiful and air-con- we went "all the way with Petteway", and l&1er.-abc and tutu8'4.S extra zip into its playing. They don't 'stop 'at helping and her evident attachment to I i : ("dnn.. C'. i.ongworlh.lh'puty. :
.
:., ditioned jewelry store is a credit to Key Fred Cone won;- in 1'940, ''we' pinned our -Loot and Abner---cb-eait- "Tony shouted. "Come la, come refugees and the Red Cross and Mr. Halliday surprised him. But. : '*.lerkWSLLIAM ,
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I \I.PtRAttorney \
of she still I
:: !nl! Welcome the Hacienda! things-they go aD out to, help course was in her I
the I for IMaintiff /
West and will be
appreciaed by Whitehair and'Holland and still attractive. .
faith prime
on was elec- NETWORK PROGRAMSCaiUm Never were we happier to see each other-like this! 1 I Ijuiis.26nng25lSiI : ;
:: : people of this community. anybody!" Then shocked by his "Well you can't count on friendsto S He had another big surprise J,
ted and four ago"we went along Local Tims. Fr central
years coming to him. later. from Eileen. I' .
Subtract one h.ur. for mountain own candor, he fled back. to the help you every night like this. TIIK rim IT rucnr OP THR
: TilE ORACLE with Lex Green, and Millard Caldwell subtract two hour.. Some local .ta. kitchen. Pete said sourly. "You still got to (T* be uUaacd) I F....:*KNTII JI 1)1(111. mRf ITOP
ties change hour .f. relay to fit S TIIK "STATI5' OF FiOflhliS
won. local icheduUt. Lajt minute prOgram -S-S --- -" IN AM. FOR VUNUOH, Ceii'Tii .
,. change cannot H included. C''C'IIC' : \.
As a "bandwagon" county, beginning I S TODAY'S .1[ ._ N.. H-:S ertiTit

,:: PROPOSE LOTTERY next year l let's show Fuller"Warren that MONDAY, JULY)19 LOUISA'S LETTER ANNIVERSARIES 1 n. iu: >iMN. riamtirr, r.

all-out for him. ....i.. ;:! vs.
we are .
I. nl %'OIl r Rrnvm
= The suggestion is advanced that the 1-00-N'ew. Report IS Jde.-obs\ l (Know America) I o. ':inn x.

Z Network.N ewscast Silent b.very Hoar uajr--*cbtf hce et *. C : : : : ... : '., .. '.' I 1785-Mordecai M. Noah, noted 1 I>efendant.onUF.lt .
Federal Government operate a sweepstakes Has anybody;thought of the i idea<< recently Kiddies Hour (repeat)- bc-wtit Dear Louisa:, New York lawyer, newspaper i TO: OP PI ULirtTHIV.

;:; drawing as a tax reduction* mea-' advanced, to:take. the profit out of 1:1 9 Network- Hour Silent Stoats(repeat(1 Tlms-nb.hr.mb..aatlIddIe. )-ntw-wMt. .I S Please give a, "p:>oman" advice. What. do yo..i think I editor and. who playwright attempted of to his estab-generation 1)avi4*. S. S.(I Tumult.M GhlH>n. E1K1I 'fl)

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:! sure, with half of the proceeds to be \var. ; S la irrI I o -cb n would be the',clones'faf a'tiappy marriage Vith ex'gul1bo! has lish a home for oppressed Jews : Charleston.Mine Craft S.Boa.1'.. .(

... I 40-M us Jo Tlm.cbs..aatS:45New.cast the world over in America, born i Too are hereby ret Ml red to appear !
been in for number of ?
She
awarded and the working the public quite a years .'
as tax-exempt prizes I by Three-nba i Died i to the Bill of Complaint for dlvorre
The chil \Vho, ttemp\ to: t'orrect'hi.q Lowell Tnoraaa (repeat ID-eta I isn't a "Miss America." but attractive has acheerfuldisposition.'is !in Philadelphia. March 22, In the above i..tyled' (cau.e an
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other half! to be used to reduce the taxes 7:00-Supper Clnb-nbc-bulo ii.' is.quip !, ,. 1351. i or before tbe 2.lh day Itr AuguiU
'parents ought'to be between'the\ shafts The Lewis Show-cbNews I easy to talk'to and seems to be well liked. Is 1814-Samuel Colt. Connecticut !-I I A. I/_ l.4.. otherifla e the alleKS/ ,)
and Commentary .
of the American people. ". .... S pulling.the 'f inUy' cart.; '- -* .ll Fulton Lewis. Jt.""-.mba also very..mtelJigeni.: th&.kind.&t!> intelliqencetgcdned .in the, inventor-manufacturer of the, frened.lion!' therein wilt l.eo taken aseeco

:. Francis E. Kelley formerly Cieut- ,. _-,.- v. -wi. -- ffli Daily-News' and Comment-Bb school of hard knocks. She keeps'up a,home and.looks alter tirst practical .. revolving firt-'" Thin Order I.. to ..>. .published. nA_'
Comll1euta.ryabel'.w.
a Week for four rr fti rutl(vs we W*'
: Dinner Date-mbs I dependents so isn't very ricn.'She'doesh't"curMto mix with the'crowd arm, in 1836 horn ,in Hartford.:' In Tbe.Key Wcrt ':Itlien m* new, ..
I:.!' tenant.Governor of :Massachusetts; estimates FOREIGN 'TRADE 7:30-Van Damme (Julntet-nt>. much.but is more pi homebody Is' critical Died Jan. 10. 18U2.S paper pnbhdhed in IW City .f Ke
very : very
lhat ,, .' ,Jerry Wayne> Show-cbs' p I \\-,1, Florida. "1
-. the Government would receive Ann B. Bicker-
Lone Ranker Drama-ab ui uie luuueiu yuutuuuu cuu 1817-Mary I>one and ordered this 17th dar
'Under.t Henry J. T.71or-mb. be dyke, picturesque heroic Unionnurse or Juir A. it. 104 t.
about annually I sarcastic at tunes.
$2,000,000,000 and tariff I
the-voWprotectivfe system very
says 7:45-Kaltenborn nbXews { '
Comment
i He > not rowdy and has done'none I I Rose C Sawyer.
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born in Knox Co.. Ohio. I
that the method would raise the revenue the United States bought' all kinds of Sports Broadcast Comment-cbs mbsS ing She rather has a the snob reputation where:men of are be-j:' of us. aDyar D.: t Died at Bunker Hill Kans.. Nov.I Clerk)Ion.....of County the "Circuit, .. .... co.\. \'.

:- "from the many millions of chancetakingpersons European go ds. The differences. in Old :00 Inner-First Sanctum.! Piano QQi.rtlt-lI.e My.tery-cbS: concerned. but to me. she sterns![, I don't go with anyone but ihmi 8, 1901.: I! Ky Kathleen beput/Noilairo' Clerk.,

who are now enriching the rack. World pri es were ,rigged { give the Warnow's Sonmioir-abeThe as if it were bashfu ne! \' or a'II!'land i. $ that is what my mother dis-| S 1837-Will Shakespeare (Will) I (SEAL)
p Falcon Adventure-mbs likes. She
won't
sort of fear. j I II | let. me go any- Hays, Louisville, Ky., writer and J. Y. Porter IV
: teers, tax-dogers and welchers who today United States the w rSt.'r. the bargaining.After I 20 Cabin-Howard B-1J Barlow Drama-COA cbs ertbe> admire.the gM very much 1! where now just on account' of composer; of popular ballad:,1 Solicitor fur Piaietiff.JuslO,2C.ug.2.9i1114! .

;: control the illegal drawings, lotteries, all the law competition was Gregory Rex Maupin Hood u.ie-sbo Drama-rote? but because her' stay-at-home. him. 'I don't want to go with born in Louisville. Died there I ,. I II S
else I love him and he
counterfeit :55- disposition; doh't.liee. hOw I can anyone as- July 23, 1907.. j I '
: tickets number pools, etc. mostly imaginary,. s.'our. "protective BIDy Rose Comment-mbs likes S '
: IQO-Vo<>rMf'S. Concert. Guest->M meet her socially.. What kind of me ,i 1846 Edward C. Pickering]
:t With public sentiment opposed to tariffs" were no stop-gaps for countriesthat Our MHi, Brooks-cbs wife do you \hink' she' would .[ What do you think. about it? famed astronomer, Harvard Obi i: NOTICE :
Marco Whiteman Show-abe '
;:: the use of lotteries for the purpose at. this turned out ,t their..goods and wares at Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mbai make. ? How could, I meet-her? Answer.' PUZZLED.. servatory's director: for 42 years< ;;

:: time they are now prohibited in all the half. the cost that ,we: could in the United :15:30--News Or. L.Q.Broadcast Quiz Show-mbsf -no* Answer: DOUBTFUL. ,. i'f' I am :sure your mother doesn't born'919. in Boston. Died Feb. 2, I ant no longer. re pon?1 t(

= states and territories of the United States: Mr. Tutt. Comedy-cbs : dislike the boy but she realizes: ]
The Treasury Band-aba From letter J judge .
your you 1865 Charles H. <
Mayo
younger sible for debts '
States.In 'i- of that he is ,too rontractjetl
Quiet Pleas Drama course youngto
= In 1890, Congress passed a law to forbid the'diys before the New Deal the '.55-BUI Henry New.cut-mbtl-nibs have fallen In love with a girl* be thinking marriage and of the two famed Mayo Clinic',
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::.: the use of the mails for the purpose of pro- United States maMtinedboards and or- 100-Contented Concert, -nbc whom you never' see only in a hates for you both to :cut_.yourI brothers. born at Rochester,: by any one, other than I
augbn,, Menroo Show-cbs businers wayIf you have be- Minn. Died May 26 1939. '
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: moting a lottery and this is :News CommentaryabeFlab |I selves off from the rest of the \ myself, from Ibis dale
: vigorously en- ganizations to regulate fa.ir.'balanres in the and Hunt Club-mb. come friendly enough to talk to, world and. confine yourselves ., i ?,

forced by the Post Office Department. exchange of good. ,going and coming 10:1* Earl Godwin-abo each other and she knows who!,-each other. Sometimes, wheni tot The leaves of the luminous July 16, 19.J8. 1 1J
10:30-Fred Waring MoMo-nt YOU are I thmk. it would be, perfectly -i': 'and moss are only one cell in thick- J
Nevertheless the with each other
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early settlement from foreign countries. 'Romance Dramas- b. all right for to ask boys girls go : "
you and stand erect with their
:' of. this country, lotteries were used to raise But when tbe New. Deal! came into To Pane Be Announced Band Show--abc mbs-- I her for a date. even though y u'ave' '. too much they are they financially get married otherMina before --I flat ness surfaces turned toward the PETER H. CEANGA. .. ,

:. funds for many purposes. While denounced operation the United :States' carried on l1OO-S.w.News and Variety.Dance;Band-abc S bra.-cbe'. _never:"been ,formally. introauced. -*i __ ___ fitt>d-Ior the. resnonsihili.. 09' light.. I ,
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by some people ties of married life. .. .
they generally enjoyed what almost atnquntedofree, tradeandwe ",S 11:1-X.ws tt Variety to 1-nbe conventions and has to be intro- -
;: a fair reputation and were extensively got the" worst of it. 'Of course at the 1250DancingCotLteedabc.wut duced .try and 'find,some mutual j j wrong But your route mothers-is to prevent taking just this.the I

-- 'mployed. In the Eighteenth Century, var- .presenttirrie.: the' United States carries all TODAY IN HISTORY You friend might who fine will(: .out do 'this what for church you.',,i I By trying to keep you absolutely'aparU that; I Overseas Transportation t

:: ious legislatures authorized lotteries for kinds '.the she is ..inakingyou
andshave pastoror
of losses on. foreign .trade, because Know she goes much crazier about the boy.. ..
( America
: every species of public inprovement, for there is a .doU"ar shortage. everywhere.And ) someone there ,to* SAt troducyou. ; Why don't you_ ,both ,,eompro-
1810-Prussa'i! nsj Inc.
k> fofbkU :
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the building' of churches and colleges, for if there were, no other reason the American .ships ,to J enter his : any rate; it would he a good,. mise? Tell her trf let you haveS II Company, I ;

S the repair of losses to individuals by fire dollar shortage .woul&.keep our country ports. idea to fine} out more! about the!! or, two datet a week with
: him and "-will not see him'at
and otherwise. An example i is Faneuil 1848-(100 years ago) Historic voung lady'ana learn to know I( you Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service
coming out at. the little l end.of the horn. I first Woman's Rights Conventionopens her better 'before you begin to other times. This will be so, -
-betweenMIAMIandKEYWEST-
f Hall, which was rebuilt by a' lottery,after Of course we overlook all these incon- in Seneca Falli,-Ni Y.. to think about ni ,niale, She certainly much better all around.than trying -

the fire of 1761. In 1777 the Continental sistencies and cheek it against the Marshall :discuss women's social, civil and has some attributes of a'': to see each other on the sly. 1
up I It k perfectly natural for boys
: religious rights-a landniark in good wits from your description.I ,
.u Congress tried to raise money by lottery. plan. Nevertheless l we can't shut r the history of women's rights. Cheerful,., attractive and loyal to I I and girls to want to have a best Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS .

?: For more than a quarter of a century our eyes and continue to build up Europeand I 1919-Race rioting iF'-' Washington her famuV are all- good points."i girl or best boy friend but until B twt*a Miami and K.T West

:w: The Citizen has advocated the i D.: c.1921Jap. "Sarcastic" is not so rood and they are old enough and well-off
operation other of the World forever.
parts enough to set the date U >i really
field
:: .. workers driven this thing of "dependents" isj I i
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of a national lottery. It not only would relieve <- i out of Turlock. CaJ..J by 'vigi quite a drawback.; j l better to 'mingle with the crowd S Express Schedule: :

: the tax burden but also would divert Soreheads and sap 1eads are different i,lantes.* V But M I safd before, the main1 I, part of the time and not make (No Stops Ea floats)
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:.: hundreds of millions of dollars from the in but are 1934-Some 100,000 en general thing to dq before 'you take the 1 j i; life a continual: twosome.I I Ii LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX- -
degree they equally tiresome. strike in and around San Francisco formal step is' to fuvi out more i I i LOUISA. CEPT SUNDAYS) ai CCO P.M. Ar. .
: common gambling till into the United ; back to work. about her and 'her' family.. She I, J ytvesatMlsinIatlZOGo'clockMldnight. "

: States treasury. The Uaited States has some individuals 1936-Due to the drought. 1C: 'may be a wonderful "girl and on]I Ii Address Your Letters tot I.

-: Many buildings ,Northwest States'put on Federal i the other hand, she tnav be just;,: -LOUISA"' P. 0. BOX 532... f LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT .
'including colleges' who are. dangerously, ) near the traitor .needy list. "singing: youa line," to' quota:j! Oraageburg S. C. 4L t tI SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight -

and hospitals,. have been constructed in !line. 1940-Hitler's "Appeal to Reason the youth of \today J S and. arrives .at K oy West ai .

.: the United States from the profits on lot- speech. Good luck j I L .1 I 6:00 o'clock AJ4. -
1941 Britain's V-for-Victor S LOUISA 1 F so-called Panama tati.
> Most '
:. .. teries. If opposing a national : l lottery WHO WANTS WHO? I campaign i launched on the con. 1'are made..Equador. } LocdScherlule: ,
would :! ] .MSiop( AA All bitennedUte Point) .
pat an end to gambling, Ihb Citizen I tinent. Dear Louisa: 1 -S'

would be' heart-and: soul wifhthe '6'$ i- The Democrats don't want President I 1943! The 1,251-mile pipe line .1 have been! going with-a boy; LEAVE SUNDAYS KEY WEST DAILY 1:00 O'clockA (EX-
POr carrying oil from Texas to New ix months and 'my parents: DL '-4 CEPT ) at .
tion_ but millions are gambled in this, Truman to elected} : tsOffiCE M. sad arrives at Miami at 4iD8o'clock '
country be even though he is Jersey completed. igreed to it up untilp.boUt'two; :: 0 er ; '
P.M.
:: annually and The Citizen firmly believes nominated. Their desperation U shown in : 1944! -The Democratic National months ago.' We are both 181,. -
; it is r Convention opens in Chicago,. rears old and he Is a nica boy r and EQUIPMENT LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT :
right and logical forthe government the unsuccessful attempt to "draft Eisen- l 1945-Jap cities bombed. by I! I2S Duval StxMt Phone 250 SUNDAYS) &3:00 o'clock A.M. mod .

:. not the racketeers, to get the bulk hower." There is a. good deal of doubt hundreds of u.s. B29's.1946The # -I N R R P 1 u u We Tale Pleasure arrives at Key Wed at 5:00 O'clock

-: of the money to use it in promoting 'thepublic's whether the General is. a Republican or a to the Equal Constitution Rights Amendment fails beget STRONG ARK 'BAND? oFFEECOFFEE' 70 Annouccjaa mci? '. P.M. :

;: welfare. S Democrat. Be that as it may he certainly) I f a two-thirds vote' in the US. :TRIUMPH"' Mr. Fred Edwards FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE ..

is an honest man.Congratulations. I Senate Has Joined Our Sole Force
: .. Every I 1947--President Truman signs MILL FULL CARGO INSURANCE
newspaper has friends and en- to Eisenhower i and Will B. Call
for the bill accepting American S KappyTo
trusteeship WAREHOUSE .
I MAIN OFFICE and Cor. Eaton fc FnacU ...
e emies and so long' as the friends outnumber declining tobe a candidate for' President, I ,' under U.K. supervision atiUiCrocers I On You At Ar Time PHONES: $2 AND 93

: the enemies! its existence is justified. under all the circumstances! ,. ''I of the Pacific Islands previously. : ', -L:LI I! ..... Just Call 250 -wE. ... -- .

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SOCIETY NEWSBy llolth$ ;ifpptjng-

JESSIE .GIBSON The regular monthly meetingof

.., Voiture Locale 723,' 49 ,and &,
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*Th* Citizen Office-
fiI.'t Phones: Residence-2:R was head Friday evening at the

WllllUtUllWWUWJJUlW1IWWUUlIIIlIIIlUUiJWlWI1I111UJ1UlWWWlWU LegionUne a wish Chef de .Care. ..
WIWUIWWUIWWWUIIWIWIWIWIllle George .W. Sike3. presiding.
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Anderson Of Miami Wfifjs plans were. completed for a

barbecue for ihe next regular

; William Wellons9 Junior Of Key meeting. .on Fjtk1Aurust .f!.

948. Voyageurs are urged .to
West. In DoublerRins. Ccreinohvlt bring .their families CJF Jiie af- L_ k : I.x
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fair.There wiU.be' a'brief meet-. .
Miss Jane Anderson of: Miami.. !'were Pete Anderson"brother of ing before ihe social affair.;

[ftnd William. Wellons. Jr., of; Key.the. bride- ; and Louis .Morgan.: s I lohn"F.. Romaguera 'was confirmed .
West, .were married in .the First I|I "Ah. Sw.eet i'ystery ,6f Life", as eon resj q d.ent: f, '--t s
;,and "Yours is my Heart Alone" The au.di.ting'ommihee of =
;Presbyterian: Church of, Coral.:;I; were sung before ihe'cerejnony by John' &mguera.'.Frank ArUas
}Gables on the evening of July 17 j{[l Miss. Christine' Cramp, accompanied and' Wm. Gulch gave. .their. annual
!he .double-ring ceremony, was! at the'organ by Mr. Fred- report. /
performed in ('candellight by!crick Kent. Miss Cramp also Guard ci Honor MeeUojr
Katherine A re ular"iheesing.. of the ;,
served .with Miss Key
tfiev. Nevin Schaaf at an altar j,
''Lowest the reception which fol- West Guardot for will be.Itield .
Ibanked with ;
gladiola and peon- il
4a' J{i i lowed the ceremony. Mtfs Myra ,Jomc.iO-p evening at the I : I-

The bride, is the daughter of j j i Padrick was at- .the .bri e's regUIte'K jLepioo Matters Home pertaining at 8 o'clock.to< the na-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Ander- '
!I' The former Miss Anderson .tional' convention will be dis-
ron 6217\S. W. 15th .street, andj "'
rue ed. particularly concerning ,R.
was given in marriage by her 'chose 43 her, going-away costume '
father. She wore a white slipper i r a navy blue linen with wbite ac- hotel reservation It is important -
I'I all members _be rse.nt. I IJ
sories.
satin gown fashioned .with pointed '( "The"young couple leftfor
sleeves and a' fitted bodice ; a short honeymoon. trip. tour-
tflperfiig .from peplum at the !iilg'the state of Florida. Teenage Council

Waist into a long train. Her fingertip Mrs; Wellons is a graduate of J. .. ...,. ... .. .
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illusion veil was held in. Miami Senior High School and j The newly appointed Teeaage < -
place by an orange blossam tiara has been associated for the past j V Council"will hold its first official AH \Vtrepkoio.
and she carried a white leather two years witli the Credit Bu-i meeting at the Y..M.. C. A.. Wed- FORMER GOV. FRANK M. DIXON Qf Alabama glances oar
able with white orchids and.a reau of Miami. She is a member l j'nesday at 7 p'm. his manuscript'before'stfrtuig hit kernofe Kidress: ,\> the States
toberose shower. of Beta Sigma Phi National business : Sights Fonveatioa 91. plyiecrate tothi City Auditorium at I

Miss Carol Anderson was her women's sorority; ffance iirTrungham Ala- 'SaJd..y... He d.' .' temporary chairman -
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Mr. Wellons is the son of Mr. '- "
sister's maid of Honor and wore : el the ceoYeAiton.< '> : .

a gown of pink tafetta with .804 and Mrs.Washington"street.William Wellons. ;Key$r., '. Robert> J. perry Chapter. Order ._-_-_ '._.,-_.'- -. --:._' ..., .. ,. ,- ..
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gathered yoke and full bouffant of Demolay,. will hold a : : ;:. : ;; ;
skirt. The two brid maids were West. He is a graduate of Marion<< ; '
. dance' ibnight In Elks Club :
the
Miss. Ann Wellons sister of the VHitary Institute of Alabama. J Annex: from $ o'clock ia ::1. dJght. Ahply -7'0 Wiyd.: -1;M6nthlyLuncheon* i! ,
School of
Ftoom, and Miss Nina Curtis. He attended Georgia .: A floQr show"will be given -.
They wore similar gown; ih> Tecnology, where he was a mem-v and"prizes awarded.Seek An application for a marriage :'I The monthly luncheon of
blue taffeta. All three attendants ber of'Sigma Phi ppsiton fraternity L license'was. filed'Saturday" in ,theiffice I'I wives .of SurAsDevDet officers
colonial of He served two years with
carried nosegays pink of County Raymond will be held Wednesday at 12:20
roses and wore' long pink lace the U. S. Navy in the Pacific i Divorces_ Judge;
EL Lord by Luis A. 'VeJezquez. p.m. in the commissioned officers
mitts and floral headdresses.Mr. theater and is now a senior in theSchool .
22, of the U. S. Marine Corps and
-Weilons best man was of Engineering .at the! Petitions seeking divorces meSs: Ft. Taylor. Co-host
Jack Appel of Key We.>\. Ushers University. .of Miami.llnhntlle i were fired Saturday in the of- 'Carmen Mendaree, JJ, 9? 722Dfonroe esses will be Mrs. H. D. Joynton,
------- --. -----:--- ice of Circuit Court 'Clerk Ross : County lane.The .' Jr.. and Mrs: D. B. Merrill
I C. Sawyer by Ruth R. Gideon
New Band Will I Gliinpes.I ainst David O. Gideon and by male bowfin fish has the: Teen-agers represent one
I, Margaret Perry.Waller against j fulllime job of guarding the nest fourth of" the total number ofhome

:2, Give Concert j i I Mrs. George E. Knowles. 2200 -Carl Wesley. .Waller.: o*u _eggs.U _n __ |.. ", .__-- --sew-rs.i .-.

ThursdayP.M.The ; .'by Seidenberg her children.avenue Georgene accompanied and i ... ....II: '.rIII :> ( f- -.-..:#. II .

Boyd Wayne left Sunday morning
Key West Community.( for Daytona Beach to visit r.

Band directed by Earl Dillon. her brother Charles Faraklo. ,
will play a" concert at the bandstand who resides in chat city. i
GAS !
Safest
at Bayview Park Thurs-", Mrs: c. A. Van Deursen Avenue I.S. :to sel'

day. July 22 at 8 pjn. E, returned Friday from a -..-_ 1 -.. ?. Tf
June t
band
The was organized
six weeks' visit with her family I :
J5th and has held weekly're-
hearsals meeting every Tuesday in Aurora Nebraska. J Staiist/cf: frQJF G x d. Safety Record FPr Gar Iiuluslry I
at 3 in the High
t-yening P-rn. '
Mr.and Mrs. Tom Sawyer, and '
School Auditorium. I : Ii. ..
The membership consists of daughter Jane are visiting Mr. '
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K.ey West citizens who play band and Mrs.. Harold Russell 1317 f ]06,000-SMOKING' and MATCHES .;,-: ? '.._.:-. : ._- u_' 17.5''
the Olivia street for two .weeks. The ., .
instruments and members of
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School Senior Band. Membership Sawyers are r former residents of .70Ott}- vELECfR1CAL-Fixeal_ Se rsieesj.; j.--_._. __ ." 11 --V' ,
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.in is. to Key Went .but for .past I "i" -ft1" s "F -S' t i ; .
theband -open I years have resided inNew York ,5O0-UNKNOWN-------------; .:.. .. 4. 9.0 /. :\
any pne who wishes to join providing |I *
city. They are looking forward'to i
ihey. can playa band in.strument. {!\: fishing and swimming every : 7,5OQ-nEFECTIVE HEATING
I day They say. = __m__ ,'-.' ... ._ ..J__ 6.1': *
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Boy Scout. 'Troop \! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Poly- 3lhQD-jFF C''i'E, I'LUES629MOOSPMIJ ',;
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carp Artman Jr., 524 Elizabeth ---or--
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Met On Friday street; left yesterday by plane !QN ROOF -. -.-l.\ -.-.-. --r-. --,- 4Wr .
for a short vacation in Havana:
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Boy Scout Troop 52, at itsj!\:Cuba. 1ti 2-7,5O_. ( -rMMSIAULE LIQUIDS -'--. .;_:_L' :-1..* ---------4.2.. r iI

meeting Fridav heard a talk by'i VJ >3,cnn-i .wsI.r.EIlI'5S, $TQ YfS.cn _._ .3..?'
utmaster Ernest Avila on thej I j. Mr. and Mcs. John Vosburgh --- -- --
th Law. "A Scout h i lof Miami visited in Key West I
1 Scout ,p. IJ'" MATIES V- ?_ .?.:7'rAPPJJANCES
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I everent." Their meeting was J over the week-end. Vosburgh

r >ned. with the salute to the I I was formerly city editor of The .: 22SQ0-1iLB81SH -- ,__ __.u --.i.--:___ -- 3..7 "
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t i Citizen and is now employed "
J ag, followed by the Lord'sper : "
J and the Scout oath law 1! the newsroom"of the. Miami Her- ,ocxi1IISCF! .LAIa1EOPS -----"--__-.L.- ::' ---- ___.L.r__ :).6%
"a td motto.It ;t ald.
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I >ys will not be able to attend I I, Mr. and Mrs.with Jack their Williams son and, .: J8fQO-EWOSURE _:. _. ._..-----L.- ....:._.______ 2.9'i
r mp in Tampa but will go 1 Ashe street, f -

ther to Bartow, Leesburg' or 'I daughter left yesterday for will ail 17QOq--QPEI: if UGHTS, FLAMES, SPARKS --------2.8, ,
two weeks' vacation. They :
C rlando.
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They further 'learned that the I',il travel as far .north as Nashville_ 12 .P OII7ANfOUS ICNiriONjli: ----.-:..----- 2.06. %
-outs have permission .1q, uset -where they will attend a broadcast .
e enlisted men's pool at the 1 of the "Grand Ole.Opry." 11I_ Q0-EASE, TAR '- ;.: ....-- -: .i. .1---- -T ,7-- 1.82
Tjj S. Nayal Station from 9 a.m. I 1404-II4T ASIiEs 5 CQALS: ... 1.J' _=.:. 1:65 ""Ii
to' 11. a.m. on Wednesdays.' I Airs. Edythe Bell Jacksonville ---T7- ---- ---.7:. -----

JVleri. the roll was called and l has returned to Tier home* after 9sov-E rl osio. s -- -- v--:*-- ; ..- _--___-_ :'._- _h' l.'
god turns recounted. it was de-. spending last week, with her v r .
cued that Jose Fernandez and; nephew and his wife Lt and ,, 6SQ0.MBUST'BLES TEAR HEATERS __ : _:. ,1 Au'f,000wELUG <<
J y West'had-done ,ht best goott; ', Mrs. W. .C. Logan.. ,' Jr. 1001 Von :.':" !\
ti us for the week. 1 Philter street. 'TORC3IES, ETp _u .O99rf.
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\ new contest for an Honor

P trol was announced' following'. : Clem Price has returned froma ., 5MCAS( and APPLIANCES. ,082 Percent
p rot reports. ., six .weeks tour of the West
\ former Chicago policemani Coast. He went .to Seattle Si "i 'r .

*scheduled to recount the Scouts some at of I Washington, where he met his Listed Above Are A Number of Fire .Hazards With the Number 9! Fires
to j
14 experience a
mother in law. Mrs! Emma *
1.1-ir next meeting i I Mares, -. who had_ been visiting k ?her_ : Caused In A Year ind the Percentage, ol the, Total They Represent

ion Auxiliary her Colonel son-in-law and Mrs.and McKie daughter Salley, i.v.,.I} ,It. /4l ,Gat_ and .Cal Appliance* A l tf'l.i'i.the. /eyut Kunifyfjrft

USA in that- city. Mrs. Meres returned ..1 / Fines .end' fJte Smollett Ppfftegc $j Any Ijuupf jUtfd
Dance Saturday to Key West with him.
On his way to Seattle V-:". .Price .


I a rhe me dance on Amercan Stock_ given_ Island Legion at, Saturdaye the Auxili-Post visited Reno.leans. Ft.San such Worth.Francisco points as Las New Portland Vegas.Or-<:I& This Sh yW Prove 4 kjiyjey| That ,

;ning. was a" great success, and Victoria B. C.On ..thereturn *
b s. Violet Myers dance chair- trip 'he came through Yellowstone .

tfrs.has Myers announced.says that. publice National Park 'Wyne-Park.ng,Cody N. Dakota. National -. J Gas is Sf Iesj To !URECl :

and Lexington. Mr.
Chicago
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Lhusiasm and the work of then e ,
West is thcogleat ---- - --
tubers of her cornrnitee,.Mrs. Pricge says Ahat Key : -J3SSje.aJt, Wash 1 cup rice. Place
mdia Waller, and Mrs. Dory .place he has found since S 'PE"e"** :jcupiTwater. 2 ieagxjQflg'aU..
leaving Chcago on his way down. .
Daniels, along with help of ;" W with
0 -- eets.f "il.l
V ? J f* w* **> P0 S
xiliary members, accounted 1 ftttttaW aalcupVaier.,i-'itt:-poojo *altJCwcr.' : Plato'scompoie

f Sir.the and large Mrs attendance.y Larry.Ashum. Water,ucQ1J Cut _" o.1 ., "r-.f.; .Cage -befuwj.' Serves: 6. .

J won the waltz contest which : _Th monthly: meeting of the *Preeapple *Juice ww* WCOT* Prune grad Apricot CuaPote--J'fac J/24b.
i judged by Mrs. Katherine Key West'Business and Professional Cradeie eatii ol >:aslu a lti seer, Dave Myers and BobSounders. :Woman's Club* will 'beheld ; |- Swfj Sle k *-v laakin/di J Add'2,Alices lemon and tup

in the patio pf North; Beach I k CteamedRiee-.-.. .sugar pmefptt. cold waier. Cave 2Aish. '
Vinners of- the rumba contest Inn. Wednesday night at eight Beets B.tike '. '
re Mr. and Mrs Paul M-ssa, o'clock. Compote ** *?*?* ?&??? and # : .

vS o were judged .by Mrs. Lulu Following. a business session, Ascots 91, uraiwe.]!D dag es;; Time.}J1 houss.s .
J. CUntock. Albert DiNegro, and members and guests wjM enjoy awatermelon : __ '0 ___ .
.1 nes McCardle- -'fat, President: 'Wilhelamina s !


p ,ze, a Sawyer portable won bar. the door Moths .are Harvey plentiful announced.in PaleStine ::1 KEY WEST"; GAS coS' : -_ .

teat moss usually is found iico and "are incptlroned in th. _
npact'mats Tong the,banks ofsreanig Bible. .-- -- 419 FLEMING STREET .' .s !!J4' !\
; ad m the surfaces-
bogs and small lakes 1 Subscribe-to'Tae7otlza). li'.I ; l"I..J.lI.i II.I.I'
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BATES POD neacum and ,PtTME1Td. f,
..ucar, ACE n re 1'a7mea for classified a4.nrI>..
\ lJIelu. 1s Invariably In adtan .-tMit
Adverttementa under this head .,?sitar advertisers.Y Icdg-er *.-
III Itf Inserted in The Cttls.n at counts may have their 4 adrerQta
thh rat et Se a ord .for each In- manta charged.sertloa. fPtBLICATIOT
but the minimum charge fur OELDUf"
4 the first li words or leas U 30c. To Insure pubU ft ; e..py.set
The rate for Warkfae r Is 3e a be in The Citizen office before .11
44i 4 ;, word. and tk. nrtBirtiom eharca. .for o'clock Inbe f U>. dart
A ___ the firit.li surds Is.4ie. L o; pyblicatU/f g. '\

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AU advertising Is 'accePted' /1ul r the': folMwMrfr con9ttt A: In 'lfcavent <,
of error in advertising. raoiient or contract .Tbe CiUxtn wUI-fc'
r..pDaILle only for the flrat Insertion la Classifled'Adrsrtl *.. and ?n
Ui.i>l.r 4>.crtl.lBK fof only the actual' amount of space tee Tied bx the
part of the advertisement wUr the error. (Decora.' :: fa .\ la

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FOR RENT-COTTAGES FOR- SALE.,;..

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,F'urnished, new one-bedroom cot- Bungalow, small store?- building

tage, near beach. Adult couple and lime' g:the on, four Jnfca:
x a"roll! ; is only. No pets. The Price Organ-, lots size 50' x 120' eh; in feood
ization. Realtors. 411 FlemingSt. section. This ran be bought on

Phone 124. ; easy terms. Johnson '&. h ri-

_, _. .,_ _. ______'_ .. ._m_' : jlyfrimonwedtftFurni5hcd l son. Phoned 372. j Y1: U

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0\ ..FOUR DELEGATES ARRIVE EARLY at the Municipal Airport in Birmingham. Ala.. for the cottage near Commissary. 500 sheets 8}2 x :11, white newfc*

'gates' Rights Democratic convention opening: in that city Saturday. Left to rightj Frank Dixoiu .. Apply' 704 White St. | ,print, 25c.'Artman Press, Citizen.

.'.f !mer governor of ,Alabama: Horace Wilkinson of Birmingham a presidential elector: Sidney ; jly193txSmall f Building" Phone ",,!-.-
:$riiyer of Birmingham and W. W. 'Wright of Jackson. Miss. Wright is one of the Mississippi dele, 51.f jIy Bast

sates who walked out of the Democratic national convention in Philadelphia in protest againtpresident furnished. cottage suitable. .- -

: Truman's civil rights plank in the platform. -, for couple and'one child. Ap-,< Furniture for" sale. .io. 3 PeeYl,
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ply 1306 Division Street. Street.. -. 'j1y14-6t

: / KEKEL D1XIECRATS OPEN RIRMINGimi CONVENTIONI j1y'196tFOR .1 .
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Three, new tents. two,,!2xl4, xjjne
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.RENT-ROOMS -t is semi-cabin, one 5x7: ; all "vv tji

,wooden floors, pomoletcly furnished
Clean' comfortable airy room,I Veady to>tnovcUn. by the
!4i 4 twin beds. Reasonable sum-] highway, and Ivatetf fish: atoS
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mcr' rate: 513' .Whitehead SL,} swim at your frontdoor.'idi: l

( opposite Court", ,House. \ spot to camp. Cv erf thing- fQttfable.
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jly9-21-23-3tx Will accomijJ(5date-rip/ie
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large or'two small fimilrr 4
FOR RENT-ROOMS I for $300.00. Twn.-tnIleS' 'nlltt

,f AND TRAILERS of Boca Chica in Big '"
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Comfortable sleeping rooms and .
furnished house trailer at reduced $50))0.1 r ..
Red Fox fur t-Odt/
s xa rates] Young's Tourist ..M.x' '
Fleming Phone: ,
.. s :t+' s Rest;'1721 Flagler Ave.. 1172-J. 39JJ 3
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3i Delicious Lady: Borden.Ice:cream
WANTED TO BUY
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-tops in goodness *La FaKola
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: House,' $3,500. cash. Rest terms Sundry. ,0 William at Win r
not'over $50 Inonth. '.Notify H. jlYl J-fri1n 1.: t

C. Williams 710 Baker's, Lane..
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jly7-3tx 17's*' speed boat HOrhp. 'ni 4Oi'.
Will sacrifice. Phone 1397 M

I 'HELP WANTED-MALE fly.17-Sts_
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r Drill joiner lathe' $t30. O;- Sisy-
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Sell
Boys_yt anted Over $50 week
t muth dyed muskrat: f\Jr'l\: Jet,
.nanieplatess. for 'front doors.
x $120.00 Harris .Ave.na.::
# 4H Write; National Engravers, 212 ,. 3050 .'
Summer Boston Mass. ; JlylJ
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.. tMS. y Automobile paint and body man.I: Rent" "ApartmenUFor R@L"

a L ;. i in P.O. Box, THE RTMAlrpSS.. :;<
"' '.i. """-.00... '- --- --.,.. ..r111f1 Apply writing. ;.
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J* I 11:. ,t" _, (AF Wlreoboto J 346 Key. West. jlyl9-3t

5 Uu "+tHIS xIS A GENERAL lEV .a( the .opening oi; the.'States" Rights Dbcitcrate' convention in theAuditoriurn HELP '.WANTED-FEMALE One used' ice* fcox. 4135; .

s. <>VltT at 'Birmingham. Ala. Saturdays Some,empty seats are in evidence. The speak. head, St., opposite. dbutt ')tv"Ulet -
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: ;" us- + :j T I'SKUNK ( lL" SPRAYS; 'CIRLS. PASS1ISC PICKET LINE = work.knowledge Apply of in general person or office lettei' I Female' Collie pip; I2wgele "

.. -; to Office ;Superintendent 925,Eaton Street.fit, jtyl :" IX
: 011I" j'j Tsi. Public Instruction, 2nd Floor. "\
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County'" Courthouse. jly7-7t One Whizzer niotowsale.
Apply J2S- >;Pdinc1 uL
$ : STORAGERed Price 10000. J* .IlylH tc

FOR SALE- sb;. CAfi
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\ Brick Storage Co. Furniture '."
k "or commercial. Phone ':98. '
Model: 1940 Ford panef-truckf A'p--
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4w. .. ,' llyl- ply Perez Bros: ,B k err)., i08$

i .- >'t : J .GARDEN. AND LAWN White Street. s..t. .iunSJ-l|

Y SUPPLY, 1933 Model B Ford' in fitst'feji s
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condition. $200. ,12J n.
Young. Cockatiels-Easily trained -
ton Street. I "
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.to talk., Siamese fighting .-
fish :and tropical fish, and turtles } '
at Key West Garden and Ford truck. 'Ion? ivtieel"case); ,
stake body. Very4 good _*i.-
Lawn Supply Co., 914 Fleming
chanical condition.' See .4?.
Street. jly6-3t
Chas. E. Smith, .,: S' :, Ctjrde-
MISCELLANEOUSWashers Mallory Lines.; .* :|ly1f-
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," irons vacuums and -= .

fins repaired. O'BriaLt, Phone !
House trailer with screened pi it1

1164-M. )lyl-tf Call 1330. > Jly16. ._

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Floor sanding done by. experts, FOR>> ..:RENT APARTMENTS L
r Free estimates given. Phone .

163, or call at 701 Caroline St.jlyltf., Furnished 2 12.room'.ayattilie4.Utilities : '.

) """ fray-xc;'j1{' ;;;; ''IIi.'t.... _...... .:,. ,;- ___.....ra-':i'i: ::...._ -.. ... '''-1 furnished;Couple only.
(#)\Virephol LO Apply 915 Windsor".Lane. : :
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> Caroline 223 Ann Street '
Shop
.wORKERS AT THE. UNIVIS LENS COMPANY plant in Dayton. Ohio get first aid treatment JHf
will remain open through July
f't being spraed'with a fluid described. by company officials as "skunk oil" as they passed 'a with increasing stock, of new
news '
I 'picket line. All of the 'nine victims were girls. They were removed to hospital.. Tests provedthe for' Furnished apartment,; a$
inexpensive cottons slipcovers
"skunk oil" to be a foul-libelling mixture of chemicals. and draperies. From 1 0 I range, electric refrigerator,catn
tinuous hot water. Monthly.
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UUA<;LE OF FAITH TAkES TIIE3I TO FRENClf SHRINE .. Saturday. afternoons. Phone 215. ; Jljtf

jl>6-171 Four apartments. ;Apply.:411

Public stenographic service William Street. ._:jun- 3OxNewly.

r available. ,Mrs Houston Apt. .constructedeffielgsttp:
r ,?trw 103. Coral Hotel Apts., opposite apartment. All electric kitchen,
Post Office. jly7-6tx tile bath hot water. -nicely

furnkJied. Small children ,.accepted.
Kids: Popsicle Pete offers prizes I $65 per,month.: Apply
for double popsicle
galore 909 Elizabeth StrML. V.'. II
'em. La Farola
wrappers. Try
Sundry. William at Windsor.jlyl6frimonwed6t. I )lylt.tl
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Outside white paint porch floor ...
only.., Paul's ,Tire' Shop.. :4j1y15
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enamel inside' enameL _$%.75 '
ir gal. Hardware' toys, electrical --_ ;e i
Complete line Soma
appliances.
a'a and Doherty 'I Two- bedroom apartment. K58SO
paint supplies. -
Hardware, 846 Olivia, comer:t White., Apply' 132.-Newto. ,$t.

Packer,. Phone 1597, .. :jJyl : I)1 11f1F

I FOR. RENT"':APARTMENTS tfi Furnished one-bedrvom. -apart
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I electric kitchen'all Utensil*Aftd
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The Stutz. HoteL 410 Fleming 'NO'I
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MRS.. ROBERT WOODS of Pittsburgh. Pa. holds her 10-month blind daughter Karen' upon . ,FOR- SALE. STAR. *

:arrival in Paris. France. by plan on their Journey to the Shrine at ,Lourdes in search of a. miJMculous AMERICAN BRA.
Must sell Bendix Home Laundry
cure. With them is the Rev. Francis Hoffman (left). At right five-year-old Mary Ann :' md
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'McMahon of Albany. Calif., is carried from the came plane by her father. They. too are en Leaving August 1st. 1012 Division ,j A PcnzacI

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. 909 Simonton St. : : If It \ E1.n. cal WE REPAm : -..f' ....." '. OLD CRAIG : ;
..I: Ownership-'Management Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS t a .,Ctrl W E- -SElL....I'T-I, j., .,r. .1'J;11I I'., ..-=:"&.:;:"u.. : '

.,. .. : Of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Call Ford: I Dcliw: ":I'.w_ ,. P ,STAR. .eI i Service Station .

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. : .' ,July 19th :: :.. SHO ING:oi Appliances : j L 1 : H. .BRADY. Manager

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I' WILL BE CLOSED : .::.:: ... : ee .: ..... e.e. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE: :*! a'I I: ;. '' DUVA1Sl'Ba:1' : Urea'Tube. .. Ratu rigs r- Auto Arrrraorie ..
I .2.t..SiMO fTOrf STREET "YOUI PUBS OIL and Deal :
: September i r. HOME SUNDRY STORE .......................... .......f. JJL..*.*. :.,.I 't :.. : ,.......................GASOUNK...1. _....N..*........ \
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.1. : Tempting Fresh Fruit "Your Patronage Invited" RUSSEJtSi Z4 .HOUR SERVICE; : :
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.. .: .in September,at. ,{ ;'. :. i .Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL H DRY .GOObSi i I '.p.ny.IY'Slrviea' : NOW AVAILABLE---: : 4
Benny's" Motor Court : : Sick :f poi411'AI; : 6 Rod Cleaningpxifii : School
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Mt :..................3...............a.............. : a/3: a Ata4e4ir4leastire. : i TONV'S I
: PHON&373 BODY SHOP
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220 DUVAL STREET- S WE HAVE NEVER : irif .*.. : : ;; ;;;
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: 720 DUVAL STREET Carrier A lr- on Qnbig : i :; : } : '"jJ...el' :;; .R. .f'Z' .I : '. Hotel 913 Fleming.St. ': \t+.

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Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ..... .......................... ; : '..4 .AU; .T ric .' e .. ........ .....4................ :........ .aNaee1S-= it .itbfC. 175. rKRMAMKNTVAVK9 ,.
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Re resentativra! : Refrigerators. ; ;., .. t: :, .' '1010 GRINNELL STREET :
: farFLORIDA Arse fnll.) W : Wa'.binr!! ; Jlacliiues! for Immediate.HOME ?_De1ver, k..s .. ..

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: OFFICE : hold and : :: TOP SOli $640 PER YARD or $LOO PEIt.1' C>;1.f, ; ;, ,:) ... .r' {, t. .
perAtlantic, Mutual I Fire I Insurance 'Co. : )t.; .. !'*:.i! ,;;JI' hf : ': qivo HUESO BEAUTY SALON : ,S
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: riXMING STREET : venal effects. MARL HAULED. KM for 4 ;LX.t:: V t>,f I W : .
j La Concha Hotel : 15 Aa Policies. Men-Assessable' :: .' : Cleared and Marl VerfR'eiil) et > ', ,cbpL, 'brjcdnadaa: .. '. : Southernmost. House in the U.s.A.
: Rear ei Save % on :._Alsa LoU Spread- ?%$ J : 4 t :
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: : PHONE 124 Stock : J.o ;; :i -.. f.r, ", .r acts : : ..Sp Kedticing \r Y0Mcchauiral :

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Ride the Bus to the .: US DUVAL S1'1Ur' .'-J..t: ; t),; ;}; :r..Iti' .L (J.A T.E) rjs"r Hair Tint :: ,:tr!.:,
1it' : GOLF COURSE : M.Danl 1s. Prop. Phone 1011 : :? ": l or FinutIn
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f .Sales 'and Service Immediate Delivery: :. : COMPLETE i/jjuiers! i .. $. -A--,k' H.
\. Also A La Carte and SandwfchejREASONABLE{ .. '-3r i<:i" '.:'\ ;,1.\. ... .:'. :.

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COUi a while peytnf lot it ..i and the : FIRE WIND AUTO BbNi :::'sh: .:J3\a : All Licensed .
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DAN VAROLL : : "We Deliver" Floor JGa : under. expert supervision of a licensed teacher of. ;
: WATCH and JEWELRY Covering" / i i .beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Although S
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REPAIRING S O He t Drink and Coldest ; ; ( V : appointment are not required it Is advisable. '. fC

.. : Work Done On Premises ; Packaged Goods ; 130 DUVAL STREET KCTWEST.. ...J ; k: .. .. ; .. For Appointment Stop at._ "
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0": .. CITIZEN '_ :MONDAY, JULY 19, 1948
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: cTs2BEAT_ M ;- .' I4A14D1CAtS Of" 1 Ciina Stars' Of \ _


Cuba Want To



If : 6TQ2 IN l. : )! } ---- :PUT-_ j i GOLF LUB, ARE: Play Tilts Here


OPENER 1! e. -iJ)4ts b { ; : MADE itIOWHHuirnhcrt A, meeting players and of baseball enthusiast managers his-

: I been called for 8 o'clock Wednesday

night in life office. if
1 'ft4xi4 f1.1 hss I I And James Mira*_.. r_ : i Sheriff Berlin Sawyer.

Allows Only Thriee Safeties; )) 3G.' i lle Kemp ,__..11 :. ,Purpose: of the meeting is between to ______
Register Are; ) SratrIs Ja- arrange a sixgame'series -
: 1 Htit I Only 37.: Jack Sellers -- 12 local teams and the Cuban _
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: Runs Scored Ju Fourth ; p i I ers Lifted Tu. Local Ore! 38. Willie vWatkins -- 12 Stars of Cuba. The Co1a.want ____
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I Only [ : beits' of Bob's J! 39. Ignatius Lester' ._-' -u 13 1 to play the series here on September
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j.j.JGchgtbaun.J4 4. 5 end .6 (Labor. Day
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to lead the hiH galliZbIWl. I t Capt C. AiJell _. 14 weekend).
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K Inning! By Leathernecks{ I : : By'iew. C.Jnis. Park."?,! "!oftballJ" 1I I Official: .. handicaps, of members -42. Phil "Gering\ :."... .:1 14 :' All uueresieJ parties are cordially I i

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43. Bob $auMars 14 invited lu, attend.
; '- '-- j : j I Kilio yenl to'bat.C2 44. .l mes
CLOWNS DEFEATED NA. 1 1r j I :-came: up with" 23 been announced. These handi-:,45.: Bill Dunn 15 1 1I
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:: VAL AIR STATION! 1 INV Thrilling Twin j ;i- : .25, iriiut' .his mark' I caps !i ,remain: jn .effect, 'ttil46.\ .- Herman Moore 15 !! city; RecreationProgram

< i .. *ho in'dude- con- January. 1. 1949. 47. Warren Bethel -- 15 I !
SECOND: AT 1! 'Juf/ I H dic3ps"' are ,listed as oJ-' 48. Hartley Albury __ 16lovs _
CONTEST
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Bill} At Park 1 I Friday! : t.L G. f 01 ? ; 49. Francis Delaney .- .-. 18 f

.:... WICKERS' FIELD : '. .ABp-H: ",- Ave:1 i 1* Jlumbert_ Mica ., 0-_ Scratch- &9-) Malcolrtl .Sawyer: <<: .... 16 I II.
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Field I6-3<< 4 Ji 67' 2. James: Mira_'u_ 0 Scratch 51. Jami.-: __
:-The Island City Senior Base- TonightSoftball 62',8 .4.71 I. 3. Harry Knight; 2 52. Russell Hyman -- 1'1I

nail League get off to a great f '. :f9"J U, 4.444 I 4. George" Valdez 3 ; 53. Ben Freer 17. SOn'IlALL ,
at the Municipal games scheduled for ; 23 fe 10 :43-4 5. Gilmore"Parks .. .. 3 1! 54.. Robert D<>ppj ..- SO BaTTiew Park. Night
Start yesterday
j tonight at Bayview Park will: include ;: l .' AD 2 1\S'':-9 ,428''' 6. Alton Parks ____ _:=_ 3 !j 55. Bascom Grooms -. 21 'J MONDAY- '
Stadium (Wickers ). The I \ 21
Fiejd Paul Sher -
55.
thrilling battle betweenBob's : : tl30,26 ,4l2 l 7. Kermit Loucks ,5 First ,Game-Bob's Sport Shop _
games were good and enjoyed 1 by t ; i *. i. 10'44: : .400 ",8. Jack' Hayes .__ __ 5 :: 57. Orvis Kemp ---- 22 j V
the 300 fans that witnessed the I J Sport Shop champions! .f : _.. el.:4,4 ;39:4: : 9. N.9tman: Artnian 5 ;: 58. Octavio Recio -- 23 '. vs. VFW. '
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Play. the Clr-TS "A" League and the : .* .ta4 5.3 ( 10.B Spottswood ,6 59. CharFip Lewin -.25 Second Game-VX-1 vs. Kan- _

Register and Fisher staged a',strong Veterans of Foreign Wart -.'. '::6S.'U'-22: ;334,, 11. D. K.. Peterson ,6 !' 60. J, Kbvash -- -- 25 tor's Men's Shop. _
pitchers battle until the fatal Fur will fly when tha clubs "meet \ ; SS5 :"14.19,-'A t 12. Ci. E.: Smith' .. .._ .7 1 61. Jeff Knight, Jr-------. 25 TUESDA
seventh when the fielding of the I as"both are anxious to win over S5 ,4?, ,cq 15 331,, 13.. Fred-Maihews 7 i 62. John. BlackweU : 25. I 'First Game Adams
Marine; went to pieces and the the 9ther. To date the.Vets have : wr .529_ -18 .-1464,14. Robert Knowles ,- 1, 1 63. Ralph Faraldo ----- 25 Dairy v.
PJratsenred three: runs that had'very poor luck against I,i SJ .336.It333 15. Charles Salas 7 64. 'Glynn Archer 25 -. I Sublton 4.
clinched the opening; garno alter 1 Sportsmen. It is expected thef ; \ ; | ;! : ,1$ ": ::5 *.3J3J: lJ6. 'Paul Mesi'7: C5.' ,Kermit 'Lawin ,- .25.Ladles :i Second Game Naval Hospital -
3-2 in Harris will too' for the Vets and I- .JBcted Qfl 84 Par). vs. Elks Club.
leading ihel fifth. : ; : "C'S 2' \.Ut'l; In. Jim ,artzell :_.Z---_ 7 j
The Bucs tallied twice! in the (Hancock:, for'the sportsmen." : !'I' : _--:3S'.CJ3( '.a 3J I}18. Charles' Yatos.--: __ '8 Jji... Rosemary* SCalhewsWard -.-. ,91 THURSDAYFirst -
first frame. Valdez poled In the second game Kantors I I < .. Dunn .. -. 1'" 10 Game-SubRon 4 vs. _
: a Sfl- :';"': 1.J! 3 .6 ,.3 tS- :19- "Cu'rry Harris \ 8. "Clara ,'-; -
gje. Alonzo !hit'bv : Men's hop and the VX-l Flyers; : ; nhea'Gering. ..- 1. h V.F.W.
was; a pitch & -
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od ball. Joe Navarrd hit .to the will fight- it out. Both"are tisd : BSS -:*; 1.2 14 ".3Ti 21. 'Clsm .Pr.iceT/-'-- -f& 4. Girtnj'1'eterson .,.,:: __ IB Second Game-Kantors M n.s V

Pitcher, who threw too lat;!' 1 to for second place In the'ClasS. "R" ; ; :.V......60:30' 20' .300'. 52. iLeo Lopez: __ :2 !l. Kell l Jlo'se Lopez ':"' 17 Shop vs. Elks Club. _
third and all runners were saf League. The winners tonight D irr. : j rf. ;;J'rson.;_ _-. 8 \ G. }k.terHegV 19 ,fRIDAY

Albury walked forcing home a will move to within a halfgameof + e of) FbrWars. ,4.1,,14. Orlando Roche ,-- w:.. 8 7. Puds .Jlarwood 22 First Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs.
rv'nner. Acevedo forced Albury the J a ue-leader-i and then ,' .- 25. AnthoxwDemri.tt'-----O 8. Pied d :"Archer .. ---- Adams Dairy.Second .

av second and Alonzo scored on"the race,will.t alIy get "hot" as : :>. Snort Shop., '? I! t6. Ldule Pierce '.. '_ __ ,- 9 9. Kav Fajaldo"- \- m Game-Naval Hospital _
the play. I there are only a few more games j r 'tour.. :27. F: Elbertson ... 9 i I NoaCluJ'> 4emhera vs;: vx-i.
4Jn the second innin Knowlas < : left to be played. Henson will j ." ", '>. 28. Jame-2. cooper 9 1. Sweeney .1 --- 2 .JULY 26-
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... safe on an error fer the Ptiles. -J I start(on the mound for the Flyers J : 29. Hazen Jones. 9 2. Shangula ,u' -t. 31 First Game--Naval Hospital ,.s. _
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A sacrifice and a .wild and E. Sweeting will be. ready 9 3. Webb !-- -- ___ Kantor's :Men's Shop.Second .
30. George
J pUeh put him en third. Valdez; 1 to fire for the.Men's Shop nine. 1 f Eii1 :31. Lanky Hicks carer---------.._ _, 9 4. Old Bve Sands u_____.__ 12 j Game-r-SubRon 4 vs.Elks. V ____
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ted out to center with Knowles .... 32. Bob Dillard 9 ';!,5., Neno Castro: -- Bob's Sport Shop.
souring. That gave the Bucs a j Peat mosses have reclaimed : ..j I ] .,:33. Hurfi Moore .. 10 1 56. Celem AJbury --_.- JULY 27-
3-0 lead. I I vast areas of wasteland" turning i i 1- :Ciiy' Senior- ; ',,34_ Walter Vinson 10 i;7. Malcolm Johnson ____Ill First Game-VX-1 vs. _
Marines opened their scoring I them into Peat. which ,makes BEN ( )) ; 35. Jim Jones .... 10 8. Moreno Wallace' 12 Club.
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i it4 the fourth when French sir- a useful' fuel., and, forming fertile get of_ ( c. pal Stadium)', -......- '_. -- Second Game-Adams Dairyvs.
gle dto right. stol second and aicTicld soiLjiBlomquist : W. tc.Pet! V.F.W.
since
i > out put him of\ third from : _... .w ,i 01.000 ATOMIC BOMBERS
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whlpre? hp scored when Law went came in' to pitch and day .... 1 0 1XK oo : : ,
oUt at first. walked "',lce. Butler singled 10 ___ ,0' 1 .000 JUNIOR SOFTBALL
jThe:: Leathernecks' second and 1 score" Allen. Thomas singled to 1 Station'0: .1 .1)00.) Bayview Park Afternoon
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final run was scored::! in the filth. score Alee. That won the ball ed : : S and Morning ________

14 town was safe on an error. stolsecond gams. man's r: aseball .League 'SHADECONC)) Daily play.

and went home: .on .Fish- Naval Air Station boys pcored : : ,otracki. Field) V::
ciKj: single left l their two runs in the fourth when Ala. ; t:' W.L..Pd. 'TENNIS\

.In the sixth the Pirates scored I McElwin sigled to center: Cald- t turn z-. ,.:..-;:.. ..6 1. 57 Barview' Park. Afternoonand
SUNDAY
three runs on one hit. a hit bats- wefl 'wai safe on a .fielder's ; : i mbers _..- 6 2 ....54 7 TO5 Night

Irian: a fielder's'choice" and ;ajised choice; McElwin .stole third: Mas- ) .: 3 5' .37S H Daily play.

ball. A single by Register ten, went;;out; Myers was safe on I : : -- n : ..--.,. 04': .00
scored the.jsj fth run. an 'error by the ,pitcher i>n a I ( : ) : : Villareal: IIjU :Two_ J.Io'Af"rr.1 k-, -
Register slruc kout eight batte.re "squeeze play" and McElwin Paul : : d. .".manoaa1 Solomon 3b 4 0 1 1 1 SKATING

and Fisher three. Fisher, allowed crossed home plate; Pawlson lawyer i'V: \ I ... ." "I.. Bombers' IlaseJialI1 J Esquinaldo cf 3 0 0-1 i Bayvisw.. Park.' ,Night' '
IowriI;.T.lsaKd CelHUi: gavujf ;: fIi diP: right ,rand". 4he: -. fielder ,the ? 'f' -.w.L.- 4--- ,.--_ .--4---t. -j FRIDAY-
head : Ai AnuBarracks v j I O. Esquinaldo. cf V 0 (6 f 0 I 0 7:00: to 9:00 P.M.
only three. Pirates' scored the ball >
dropped allowing dyer I: __.66 36 .641 :( yjctory; $.luulajr. ,' ..
two earned runs to one for the to score born --r- I I Lop z. c-Vf _- 4005 :2Rodrigvez .
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= : : ::; :-0 39 .601}
Marines.r' i In the fourth. the Clowns scored ago. t- : ... : 3. 49 ..520 >iV; p-2b 30001 3 BASEBALLMunicipal
"In the Ci ld. French.' Miller and their 'first' run. Smith dou- --.L._ ._52 '49 .515 I I Sanchez<<: rf _,____ 1 0 0 0 I IArarigo C Stadium. AileiaoonLJNDAY .
Fisher were the best for,the losecj. bled forthe first .hit bv the rg :, Jack Villareal's potent bat enables c __ ...2 0 0 1 (0
.* Valdez, Acevodo Domnech Clowns. Richardson struck out N. J.. 63 ; l ; : _e-' J51 42 495; the Atomic Bombers 1 o J; .- ..... -
Beach _46.58 .443: I First Game-Naval Air Station
and Sutton led the winnaraf McIntosh singled and Smith Dr. ; : comefrom behind and defeat Totals- ", "34 (S 3 24 13SuhRoIl1 '
[ :/rL_ :43 57 !,43l 1 and U. S. Marines.
ld. scored. of the the Conchs, 7-5; in ,th second I Four
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: ; 135tG .34'iI Second Game-Clowns and Pi-
Score:1'R: H. E.j In the sixth they knotted the ; game of a doubleheader at the Player AB R H PO A -
I I rates.
Marines 000 '110 0-2 3 I IPkates 6 ,count. 'Thomas singled to cen- years Army Barracks yesterday: after Smith, Ib .- 4.1 2 '7 C I Afternoon
210 003 x-6 4 1 1 ter. Smith, bunted and both runnerS Lieut. ; ;.8 : noonIn the opener; the Sub]I Maynard ss -.. ,5 1 0 4 2 SUNDAYV Army Barracks. .

:Fisher and Mangrum; Register were safe.. Thomas was retired- (",TOMA&' Ron four blanked the ScoJ1) ans. '.McCann. ,-.._ 4 1' 2 2 C\
arid t Joe Navarro. caught off' second Richardson .. ( :I "Vr. S-G. behind. $lenger's'.three. hit J: Zacharzuk, If ____ 4 I' 0 3 C To be announced.
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::wo-base hit Joe Navarro : ; t _. .
Stenger -3 1121
: ; struck ou{ and /McIntosh hit to hurling. 'I p i.
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stolen bases: Sutton 2, AlonzoBrjpwn. short.: After Smith had stole, 'V .:_ ._ ,_ .50:32: .611 '.SubRon Four t took advantage< rf _,. 5 0 0 2 f The source of light of the
French. Kronlage; sacrifice second and third to -3cor,2 Smith.At of .ths : \ _..., _*..i4Q.38 .513 of theScorpion's, 'poor fiel ling to,,McCure. 3b ___ ,4 2 1 1 1 lUminous moss is tiny lenses
hits: Register. Valdez; double .bat. ie'lea'ders,were Thomas Clerk-j, ; \: : .-:;- ..,.;__ :-U.-39 .513 rack: :W the lopsided s qre. -The.; j Fonte, 2b H_ 4 0 1. 4 :3 !that concentrate scattered fee-
play: French to Miller struck .with two hits and Smith.witha ,ties : r.\ :.: ..a40::39.506 scored a run tn-the Jirst,on an ef-1 Ferguson. c _,_*::* 1 1* 2 1 ble light on their chlorophyllcells
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out: by Register 8. by Fisher 3;; double,v : 'S9$9; aDd.'McCann.S' double/The] "' and make possible photosynthesis -
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live.
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bases balls off Fisher 1 time "
on : ; In' the Held! Thomas, Smith. author : < idded"another in the second orThif Totals3588278
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of jgame: 1.40; umpire: R. Valdez McIntosh ;and Brown; were the 5Q.vears :: -.; '-r 33::45- ::U8l an an' error. Two single; Score by ,innings: R. H. E.
l ;' :4f( 432 Bombers 6 Conchs 9
stars for -he. winners. Martens, Edgar ; : ; lX and' two\ 'walks gave them- run : Scorpions .. 000 000( 000-0 3 6 on base? ;;
; : r' Acevedo to A. Las.tres
;, double
: play:
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Whitaker: and Stuts for the los- thOr 'irf the third. After scoring once I SubRon 4 110 101 31x-8 8 4 1.
Tln the second game, the Colored ers. it -- ) '- )In V! : : : .: !W..L. Pct': :.the sixth on'.two singles and a'' Errors: Paso 2. R. Garcia 3, ; struck out: by Meador 2, by
,,, _. 411 30' .gg n G. Lastres 8. by Higgenbotham 5;
Clowns won after a hard Score: RI H.'E. ago). : .,- < ; : stolen base, they sewed up the Solomon Steneer 2.: Fonte 2; runs
struggle with the Naval Air Station NAS ., 000 '200 000-2 3' 21 ._, ,... 5135- -.53 g in. tiie .seventh"i by scoring batted in Smith 2. McCann. Mc I bases on balls: off Meador 2, off
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41'3. off Higgenbotham
; .580 a. Lastres 2. };
nine. Final score was 4 to 2. Clowns !000.101 20x-4 7 3Kolb. York. without a hit on foui" CureFonte; two-base hits: Mc-
: ; .:.44.)35O; three runs' hits': off Diaz 2 in 1/3 inning,,off
-Kolb had the Clowns "eating Blomquist and Beuford; r : ; :walks aid two I Cann 2; stolen bases: AngueLra. j
errors.
: : G.Lastres .
oujUof hishands': *, ,until the fatal Alee and McIntosh: .Iowa- ; ? : 3-------: :,411. .590 tanager cCam, of the .Sub Paso, Solomon, Smith Ferguson; 'Meador 3 in 4 2/3 inningoff:
,_ balk
Z3 46 .412 J 3 in 5 innings: : Hig-
seventh,when theicolored. players TWp-base' hit Smith; stolen left on, bases: Scorpion, $-
the plate
hi at
led team
'i '__.__......29 49 .372 Four. \ .hit by pitcher: by
ajbotham
won the game. .Alce also pitched _base-i: .McElwini Smith .2. Alee: ; poveH3t. j: : : doubles in 'oUia1' Ron Four 10; double play: Fente- ;
good bran-dof ball he vic j, J -: :,-. __ ;6, '.3 nth Jtwo. .* RodJ J igenbotbam (Acevedo). byDiaz
a for { Struck out bv'Kolb bv Alc8 rears the 'f.to Maynard: ; .struck putt by
: rips to plate. ,
toHe' ; allowed only three hits bases; on balls:"off Kolb 3. off:1 "'< -/-1' 1 In ibe nightcap Jack Villar iguez 6. by. Stenger 2; l1 ses'n .J (Means); losing pitcher:
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an<;t'no earned runs.. J Blomouist; double play: Thom One : ; .' rears'trip in the tepth Inning, jails; off Rodriguez,. off J.'Gar* ]rgenbotham! ; winning pitcher:
Cn' the seventh "NAS" Pitcher 'as.to Stsdth'umires: McGee and Social : ; :Cuss- "A" :x J rob awaxand Dee Roberts cia: 1; hits off Rodriguez 8 In 6 .j.G. Lastres.

Koib walked Allen.and Dean Sailor; time of gamer 1.50; SCOTer -' lunal \ : > WL.Pe.ti;bn base jpne broke up 'a 5-5 deadlocjc.'illareal .V 1/3 in iings. off'tJC Garcia 0 inVl '

singled. Kolb went to showers.. :'Aguilar.. ,- ari .Sh.op', __20 'I .952 j ; scored moments later 213! innings;, Losinx pitcher Rodriguez -
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winning :: Stenger.
!,, 1 -'-__ ..!.. .10 11 .4T6 J n G.be .estres: fly. < ;
f BROOKLYN PLAYJffiS WELJPOJIE SHOTTO AS -_;-*'1' 14 .333 The Bomber's picked- up a run SECOND Bombers CAME .,.___ T-- V
: '_: ::536 .238 j In the first inning when George ABRIIPOA '
".'. : 1-' ]Barber'singled stole second and Player- r I
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Barber. cf 3 2',1 ;
--1cL r Pd. scored 'as Roberts lived "on an: i ierro -
V i-: 'W1L, : Acevedo. la-3b 4 2 I 3 2Santapa,3bss..5 The NewTarget '
.632 .
: 121 4 4 4.
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:(: *;; Shop,_11 .* 9 450 I' The Conchs jumped on the Robertsc :: _____ G .1.0I0 I %
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: 1: *_JO 9 .526 v eteran,Buivo Oiaz for tour runs J. .Villaren1. 2b 5 1 2 5 1c. Air Pistol \ ,
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V- ; I 1 trl! -. 6,24 .300 In the- liri( ;& rig oi1two. hits l.as.tres. Jfop ::5 0 1 1 2Meiidor

I I the-French tj tjI 1 three arrors- 'and a hit batsman.Conch .rl-p-If 3 0 1 l' priced $995ROPICAL"
): Paul Higginbotham A.Lh-1b :: 4 0 0 a "'D al .
: : S in .wooden ,boxes I hurter, ..had a two hitter going Diazp-z'f.----- :3010.'fotals 9 TRADER
Uw pine cooes.' j into ihe wxttu: With two outs'and ,
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] 'jl j Iwo on; Villareal blasted one 39 1 830 ,9
: e moth lays any- I igginbotham's: fast ones for a' ,COBChSPlayer .

,, 100 to 30Qggs- J IinPle down the right' ,field foul AB R H po AIneraharn

j : \ d.sfesPn., I1 j I ItQe If __,.hU 4 2 1 ,0 A'
The jCpDchs took''a 5-3 lead in Fall n. Zb ___. _--- 4 I 3 3J. 2, V BROADWAYCIGAR
: ; StaLs.b.g j 'sup-IJ ,seventh" when, they pushed i Lewis. cf '_:: ._ -4-01' 5 Oi

j f is. estimated to coni i ariosa irun on a 'walk a sacri- Sands 3b -- -- __.4 t1 0.2iriffen .
aronst'dry' j rice, and /x hn Lewis single. c __ __:3 I'I 5 1 STORE

_ : The -Bombers"tied it in the;':I Sterling, Ib __ 4 0 0 12 0 1'
= j ; Fox' Cress I i"htb.At Acenedo singled: and'' MeD1[ ss -,, .-- 3 0 1 '.2, S .610 Duval Street
J I X mannot' ]obbie Santana .}was: safe on an' G., Lewis rf _-,. J0 ft ..'P 1
I rorl Aftef'Roberts popped up, !! B. Villareal. xf '-. 1-" 0 0 1

; uic in.;.. ,cenedo Santano staged a per-i! iggenbotham[ p 3 TOO (T COMPLETE
> J fed double'iieaL VilIarearslong ,
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(: :- ,.x::-._*3 .1t 11 fly scored Acenedo and ;; Totals- 33 5'8 30 BASEBALL
: -J___ 5' :4 '.01, ::abe Leashes then tied the ball)tame Score by.innings: A. H
Sdi ffing; Bob- with a sma iing triple Bombers 100 OOZ'020 27 '8 4 I SCORES .
: i ; k. scoring Santina.: Conchs ,. 400 000. 100 0.-5 8 2
: .- Box scores: -" j jFffiST Errors Acevedo; Santana ..3.

c 11 ;.GAME j I M[ sans 2: runs batted in: J. Villa- POPULAR BRANDS cf ,

_ .'_J- '" IL-ILE. Scozpioas' I rea] 4. G. Lastres 2, J; Lewis.

named Friday President Branch ,t--V jBJ7 ,,1jl.lt Player jABRHPOAiigueira. ,: Sa idS 2; two-base hits: Ingraham, irs and Cold
BURT SHOTTON. : by Rickey to replace I'I
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: 3 If -- 4 0 0 riffen; three-base hits: J. Vi- I
aaer of the Brooklrn Dodgew. is welcomed by members of the team oa 0 0 ,4 2Gaia.aa4b '-bases
1 ;eny>ndSerainick: : I Paso,2b-ee.4: realr2, G.'Lastren" tcJen : Soft Drinks
Wr ..jhDodgersaHU ame,in Cincinnati. Front left bo rights P.ewe. I ': Kush. ewl .* -4 .JD.A 4 '5':,arber. Acevedo, Santana: sacrifice -

.and.Bruce Edwards. Back. left to right: Carl FjiriUo and Ray Blades I '-'.'Iot'', '"' .11..r. ,Garcia, Ib-p ,_ .4 0170, hits: -Fallen *J.' Lewis;.. left .-
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Ir r f THE KEY 'WEST CITIZEK ., AGE SEVEX
MONDAY, JULY 19, 1948. '


BACK FROM: CONVENTION IN DISGUST f fI 1 .4r".iJfI IIJ.l14T111"illli! I .irI; :

This Sumiiir.MkiyiSee -- ,7 ". 1 .' ,..... ..:
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By EDWARD'H.'SIMS I .: ..:
The Citizen's Washington Correspondent 1 "',"" ;

WASHINGTON. D. C.-This: may be Washington's last : ..,...' ., : :'f:- :.' : '

1 r I boom summer-they say. The tourists will continue to come'l ;. .'j
But they may be the only unchanged dish on next stmtmer s d'.q t. : .
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; menu. Supposing peace blesses the world-and that somehow of ," ,
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Russia is contained-what are:. I t .
next year's prospects? |!I : :;. I. '
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I Federal pay roll will be cut.1 1I I I J .'4 .,
That "!will' mean a loss of buying I Ib I, The WeatherFORECAST I .f t I' .
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which:in sses.means which a loss means of: profits smaller to i .." ...,.... ...".'t.,,'.,; .. S

employee lists in the store,j: -- > ttii' ,
buying which means :another -:
power I .
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,etc. Though; most people Key West & Vincinity: Partly L- '-
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don't realize it ihs federal pay cloudy with scattered showers ,. h ..' t' tt:
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roll has grown steadily since lhu today; ,' tonight and Tuesday. Gentle i .! >
I first fit the year-by the t Ari3of;
to moderate1 southeasterly 1 i .. .
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.t! thousands! 11L-i ,
Of course come of it is neces : winds. Continued warm. i
i sary-the European aid'plan, etc:;: Florida: Party cloudy with scattered i s [ : : i: ,.
I But much of it is lire usual election -I afternoon and evening l'
year bid for votes. So the showers and thunderstorms .this S .
federal list has swollen to the afternoon, tonight and Tuesday. I L
bursting point 'once again. It East Gulf & Jacksonville thru .<. U ee: I ysi
makes Washington a town of Florida Straits: Light to moderate -I :: .
high prices. high; rents, and free variable winds mostly southto tAP''WlnalloOt' :
cpending. You'd never know the southwest this afternoon tonight I HANDY ELLIS (right' ). chairman of Alabama's dskgatioa -to : Si
war was over here except for and Tuesday. Partly the Democratic national convention Philadelphia! leafs::sip I : '
the new automobiles; on the cloudy with widely scattered his convention credentials in>disgust upon his arrival: in-Binnr inghaza. i .
streets.We1..hingtc.D's. showers and thunderstorms.No With him is E. C.Budd"' Eoswell of CeDe'YL Ala : t '
taxi drivers are small craft or storm warn- t ,.l ,
times. They reached Birmingham on the'n of the southern Slates '
already reporting harder ings have been issued.Ilepo.rt. : = : .
With Congress and the lobbyists: Rights Democratic, .convention which.plans to ,name a rpresi-j) I t .. : .
apparently gone for the year (for dential nominee in opposition to ,President ''TrucnanZ: .*...-. ,
a change: ), the cabbies aren't happy _____ _______ =-___ _____ _._. ._____, _c __ I .' ,: ::" 0 :, .
; They will have no more Key Wed, Fla, July 19. 1943 '. .-,' ; .t.
movie stars to haul fewer generals (Observation taken at City Office l GIRL HURLED TO DEATH _FROM BRIDGE.a'rl J J"'f'L : ;- 1 : :
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admirals. few Congressmen 8:30: ,, .
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and no lobbyisst They: will Temperature I C', .a" : ""f". .>,.f........... > t., ;.; ',.' j. ''" ..', :') ,t- -' .I
haul what they refer to as usual Highest yesterday __ .. .__ __-=__ 90 1- ". ,. <.. : :. .
fare," and tourists, Lowest last night .. 77 1I : -!-: ; : ,'
"street car I
Mean -_ .._" .. 84. Y : i .. : ,
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i;Another reduced prospect government for spending year PrecipitationTotal !:" '., .. .: _,. _i 1i : .. I. <. .. .
for veterans* aid foreign aH. last 24 hours .03 ins.
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'will end jobs. Thoueh Total this month ...._ 2.13 ins.
etc; many r :
of this Excess this month .38 in;:. ,
will offset much
tax cut
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business! loss, they won't be much Total this year 19.82 ins. : :: i
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are help found to the without working afederal, hordes agen who in I I Excess Relative this year Humidity 4.27 ins.I tM 'yW'XfI 1" "American printer; writer, patriot;: < :

be cut
cy. Payrolls are to at 8:30 A.M. t x 's s ( rtt ,
most agencic-i and department I 70% ;' '
and some divisions will b:? abolished BarometerSea "- N ': and : I
physicist .
diplomat
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flock to thenation's .
But still migrants 30.08 ins.-1018.6 mbs;;
capitol city! It is ad- I Tomorrow's Almanac .. ... f. '
mittedly a beautiful city-perhaps Sunrise 5:50 a.m.
the prettiest in th:? world.It Sunset -.- -- __ 7:17 p.m.
is still dizzily enjoying bdom.:Moonrise 7:20 p.m. k. 'I.t
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tain The: It squirrels today.won't'go One here on thing forever.aren't is worried cer-- I j i)1-I I .. ,,- 'Tomorrow'11DES'. t A .MASTER. in many fields, .. : _: .. part,its proud heritage. From I

however. They*-depend'on! *i- r.' (Naval Base) I Franklin served his his small .
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tourists alone.for this nuts And :..Eastern"High "Standard, Low Time) : Benjamin ,
tourists will always come toWashington.
Some of the snuir- I 9:04: a.m. 2:12: a.m. the modern .
rels in the huge park ju-it behind j 10:32: p.m. 4:10 p.m. early. apprenticeship as a shop to giant

the White House are! even lhc optim-reddish I ADDITIONAL-TIDE DATA I At 16 he became. the of skilled craftsmen
istic.ones.Not the One grey of ones them-raid thi-i ,Reference' Station: Key West f printer. plants today, :

other day when Henry Wallace I i Time of| Height of ,

gets into have. the White dig for House nuts thywon't any: .;; Bahia StatioDTid.Honda [high water I I t __ -{ ....,..N ",.,. _.. .zAP1yrep l editor and publisher of his. -: have continually ''striven

longer. f ;j (bridgeoh 10m 0.0 ft I ( p 's'torrt and erfecI I
i } No Name Key t IN PLAIN VIEW OF PASSINC'OTORISTS. eig'ht-y.ix: t r own ewspap. r. 'for 'improvement
f (east end) 2h 20m .

WILL YOU SMILE? j I*Boca(Sandy Chica Point-Oh+ 40m Patricia 125-foot high Jackson Western(upper Hills right Viaduct) was(,left hurled) in Cincinnati to death': ,from.'the.f?..;4Wit-! ; *' j. ';; T<< **
Speaking 1{ Caldes Channel, nesses said a talL gaunt man (lower right) suddenly.picked'up: j : "

i? (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. the little'girl .arid threw her over.the raiL She Jell:;to th: >i and printing owes in printing.than ., \ '
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yelled the foreman. { to subtracted.. --,----------. ...-.x-.. : :".. .. ,...,,t : : '
"I'm just sharpening a pencil," i (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to! : j.. : 1 c'it : : > I'
called the bricklayer. t be added. | WILL YOU SMILE? \ WILL YOU. 'SMfZjs, .. 2: ;"s3 f .. <. ; .. : \ i ; ; / :
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know." i (ft) leei. _. : sAFor'more :,.' '-.' ..'.....' '.
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The presiding justices of the : Peat moss has a spongelike -,pompous stranger: stalked j 'An excited wonlAn.. threw' 4 ':, : ..: '" .>-: ,' : !< .: ,.( ,:,:,:: :
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two metropolitan department of ability to absorb and retain. seethe into the manager.'office and"demanded.to,'.'shop.faded 'apron. on-- ,the....eift""-1 'her.. .x'"n"?( a... .II. :1"" '. ..' .r'; :: ... 1 '
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Supreme Appellate Court of New York get moisture. "I'm sorry but he's' not here? "Look. at thJsVshe--/criedi! : i + :.. '. ; ; : ..: : .: ', replied the secretary. "Is" there "Look'at it!" VC .'f.'et. ; "
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judges; $30,500 a year. yielded fuel for centuries. anything I can do? "I'm looking' .it," saidith t : : : ; '
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. ANGRY D1XIECRAT IN BIRMINGHAM never'deal with,subordinates. ,III} ""What 'about itr!:: ter thF { thirty years :' ARTiMAN} ;? ; spar..ecl\
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wait until the manager returnsVNi"Very -woman "Whjr .ahetrou" ib
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the secretary, and ..went on with:,was fast And.-loofc What' b p} .n& .effort t to produce, only the highest printing.
The color '-out\.' .
her work. j[ pened. tanie. at
I About an .hour later the man ;>the first..was ng1"! *- ;'. -..r i \ fob : small receives the full benefit of 3 mg experieneejiz1the
got impatient. 1 I!! "We.ll,? answered;..the ''fen-1, ,. large'.or :
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think the manager will be out?" |"wasn't that fast-'enough? *,?* \ t d \' < l' .' .. ;
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"Oh, about two ".weeks" was Opium first found its/ y.iP4: ; II .. '
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vacation yesterday!" .1 t j opium smoking became a .habil t '. : I
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misstoaer and delegate to the recent Democratic national contention t < : : 51J.IIII.1.ilTII.lIII.lI.I.lI.llilijjJlI.iJT.
in Philadelphia is interviewed by Radio Announcer ON. THE OCEANFRONT, AT 89th IT, J CITIZEN BUILDING.PHOm

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Dare Overtoa in Bimungh- B railroad station. Connor said EUGENE E. DENNISON, Ianager :
northern Democrats "crucified us. but we're'coming back and .
don't forget It.He referred' to the Dixiecraf State Rights' Former Manager of the Casa Marina 1
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WILL TOU SMILE? I WILL YOU S" ILE? : AtPHABET : OUP: HEAD! .MAN O! KKUEl, .DESIOCHATS. t'" I! 1 : WILL YOU SMILE?

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Af\ cow Y \ A Mailer 'of Pride I 1 ey. West l lu Snooty Talk

t>*< 1t..Shores. itStick. :To .V.nc'le Sam' Ribs
Just .as a small-town butcherwa One night Joe "canie" "Jioqifi .I; Days Gone' ByIS ; 'A woman returned smart
'explaining the merits'-a with lipstick, on h Isf? .collar. AP Wewjfeofures a
roast .to" 'a customer a woman "Where did you' get"lIjalt" f. WASIIINGTONhen'the New Deal look over the J fe4erol ii t TAKEN FROM FILES'or'pair of shoes to the excluiive
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where had
rusted: in and interrupted him. rr.anded the little woman_ ri*".$I ne-I t government in' .1923.' designation: >pl :.government agencies byinitials Ewi THE CITIZEN J OF shop them. purchased
"Give half a pound of catmet my maid?" '. .' ,, "
.me i spread, japidly.i l Alphabetical tendencies prompted JULY 13. 1931 '. i iI irhtee' "'They won't do." she
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she ordered.Thenshe "No Joe '
quick. : replied. ;
I much ribbing. ... t I- ': ....; .. nounced. "I simply cant walk v
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turned 'to the first nutoaijSc "From my 'govt-rness" ; ?", the; Today.-. alphabet is still with trs.'not only in.the federal I Ia !. in them."
and said: '1 hope ),/uWOD't snapped. projects -have ben a'pi "
t I government but -in the United Nations tUN) and in'state and "Madam. the clerk replied
mind my being servedahead' "No, repeated Joeadding,jijdignantly Vif-ivrrta. .. 1 1J pivved for the NYA in Key looking down his
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of "you'tlw .! : "Don't you .think-I: t-' ''' '::J'--r- West, Victor Lowe, nose
supervisor.
Here that still .fun ple who have to walk don't
are some shop
": no" shrugged the first have my own friends t : I i here
tion'AECAtomic : :
woman not if you're as hun. Energy. Com- IMF International. Monetary ? r I IYv --,:,-
!* s. all that.' ;; Women workers today kJar : : :. J Fund ',WPA h'adqu in .
gry >> : clew M".W aL
arrived
... mission.:; -i. \ J I osjsr yeatsrrfajvfrom Car-
.... ,23 percent pf all, .workers. 'its --the- AMG-Amcrican'Military Government. MBCC-Migratory Bird Con- p notified todaf tW"t4 ,ttreAffvIIL 'doiws,.CutZawitWloid' of pine- le

i cdcss) trolleys.first' began' ro n1ry.. ,. .-'. -. ; :* '' .,*"' i s crvatioo.'.COI 1I 1i.slUn.: i iNACA i j be put bad,rbAvor :, tJ rat 1:+Dptei lot the A- Granday tt ':;
operatinatin Winnipeg,, Canada: I -National'_. Advisory { ling Monday. MosLofOpejn will
: Research- I Oprnpeay canning> plant here.
in ttpS.; ;: X;' July. 29,'is. the Feslivaf .of; ,| t. ARA-r-Agriculture." : Committee: for Aeronautics. "iNHA .work. on- the sewer |irojettN j *, :: "' tr. '" ?.
Administration: 2t "v -- -- <-
Martha \f Bethany patron..Saint a jMr., and Mrs.' Lionel.3t.glum.ne't : ,
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.'4' rSubscribe--:- BAE-Bureau of Agriculture Housins" Agc -, 'i i .." }fr. and' Mrs 1L Eugene Kemp
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to The Citizen. ._ of cooks, and housewivesT :. Economics.BLSBureau.- C of Miami are in Key West 'vi it. <'t
---.... cy.NLRBNatIonaj'\ Labor Kela- ,.. "- who had been in Miami vis-
ef Labor : fug'Mrs, Kemp's brothers-in-law
_ : COV.. WIUGI1T.: IiXlE! REBEL LEADERJ" :: : tics. \ : .'. Stawt. ; ions Board : '- .. '. < I If' jI- ittftg their sort and .daughter-in- Send Mr. and Mrs Plum-
NM&-NaUonal law
', MUitaoVEstabishroent. Josepia<
-- M Aeronautics AdA Allen and Mr. and M.s. Mervin
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Tier, yesterday.Miss
; ministration.- ,"" l : r L. RusselL. a
Aeronautics NRC NatiOnal fit.s e a r c houncu. I '
CAB Civil Board. ----
,.. 'Dolores 'Cervantes; and
s CCC-:.:C-ornmodity Credit Cort 4SCNatiunaf Billy Alrbn left this aftrrmi
pofation. """ $ .Security. Count t V William. E. .Julius were" 'married for Savannah. Ga- where he \\ill
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ECA-Econoinic .Cooperation f >
: : ;5 ODTr-Offcc'.jbf; Defense.Transortationr' :Mr$. Forbad Johnson ariJ".Dfrl. _____

: ,..,\ ., 'Administration.Forpierly E1&-Expor1mpoitta.? Bank.1! ERPJ.-, : > : .'?'. *,. : Ye t k ,., ..,; M.ficiWo''tttsrtmg .v... had T"oV v The" Citizen i says in an
: t been : relatives: lffyesterday :
OBMr-Office"; foe Emergency
I.t '" ... \ FAQ=Foodand, : ': Atriculture V.Organrzatluh editorial paragraph:
.. fur Lake
.' ]Maul mL .. WaJ s\.J."lor.'
.' -tlWj.tvj; .: rktf' ,1| v "The only way'we !UOW.of to..
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f FBl- Federal Bu"r/ au.of. ..InvcVttigation. ; .glE-pffceof; Housing Ezpe- ,r i ida.'x';. : :.. -: .i fmjsh.hardwork is to work hard.-
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.; ., ,.:.' [t. FCA'-F': i- Credit>-! Association V :}t trc ; pJ\IJ.-.Pan'Amencan: 'o Union. GOV. FIELD L. WRIGHT MiSs $ip1li?{dghn,,"' &d.r//of ;flee: ; Miss Carolyn: Cherry ;;fiVrr\'e(J
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"....... :; Detiocrats arrives thehStates.Bigbte ybstcrdayylromAlbany! -Ga. to
.' .1'IA-R> rllBrtildui#} g: Atimin.strattori -- ccuthern.rebel ; inBtrmhig. Ala' # -
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,'Dr t k C.-Comauaicatioh3; i .:' : ,;V : visit her V4 5J fits,, "Mr. and'Nrs.
; ; .convention. A1.left are'University- of Miss'ayiij>
:",;:"y'lt .. ,2l L.Commission.v.FCICFedcra. : ; .top-Ipsur'a t. : f 4ce?. tj t,- PMA-.. =rP od' 't V+" :-, .d'(Markelin6 students. on hand to welcome the.; onmor'. IV .IV ,"'; \ :[*,A. Cherry.* .. .,' ." ': "- Let t Us Help' You

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:, ". ; v Corporation. ,.. =y..... .. : .AdlJunistratJon., : ". : YFiTi. n[ n' ;DfX-'F. ft\t' R' ".The&powcrbpaC' ,C.: gowcn I
ri" .FCICr-Federal '"'.. Conciliation':. rRAR--11eserch'' 'and ,)DevelopF.ormerly : .F-ivi AllOj'. Y ,; W; \

',#''' : ': > A fend ,Modiatipiv Service?; ....;.i;:' *,4. i ment,PELRuraElectijlication'i'.Bo Td.;( : .''JRDB). owned. :"i. >;'itfaej'Thomp fv ,lntcrWe : f?.PlarrYour_ floors.

FD A--Fpody and 'Drug Admin- ;: .' 'J.
I istfation. V '' "* .Aatngtistratlom: V: Free' Estimates; ; Given J
FDIC=Federal Insur RFC-Recon$JJd on.-, .FinanceCorobfatio'n ,e Asphalt Tile
_! ; ance Corporation.'Deposit.7,' ?*, ? ?. ..1.1FFc.FureiCn. ) "" ';, -"' -.: t .4 t tE$? Have tl! I I f' Rubber Tile
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a. .:Fund CohtrotFH KPB- Railroad; Reiirement{ .Cork Tile '
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1w : -Federal. Housing; Admin- J Jt Boards \ /- COLORED TAPES i :Plastic'no9r Tile '

r"t istration." '- '.' ." SC-Seciuitfe: ;;i and" Exchange : 1 .Plastic: Wall Tile
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FIILSA--Federal. Loan I Cpnj'n! ign.';:. a CORD .r ; e'BroadfeltaC c

I Bank": stratfon::; "* .< ;; s 5--Suil"'Arsg atrvp'! Scry- .for YourVrt i .p.lle Wool Rugs
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,. FPCFederal Rational : Acoustic Ceiling
VVFPl1A '.SSA--Sociak''Seeurity'! i AdminisIrafiorC ETIAN.BLINDS '.
gaJe' AssociationV' .' I. Hard wood 'Flooring
=Fedcl'i1 ; t Jtic:,'HP : L "jr = sto MR ChAii 'Colot'Stheatell I Formica for Sinks:

injr': Authority. '- r'i' ; .' : :' :!aTVAfi aenntom.ee Valley ,Au- At '/Wrincrf. s* in Pr; e: Counters. Tablet
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,FSA-Feder! Security Aged-, t : : t Floor Sanding .and
'' '.. ? ..JtJNESCOUnlted .Nations. Ed- I V pJf fNG Refinishiogs
J" b'[" : Nircptitito: .cy. : '* ) f. j. v > .1
is ,FTC Federal :trade: Conjmissionl -, :uCallQn! Scientific! .and ,'CulturalOr r vi LJVVTAPING'. '"
COV..FIELDING L. WRIGHT'of Mississippi jabeve'iteadathe"[ ) !i ;' ga"nization .. .' CORDING, ,
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;StVles f Rights Democratic faction which meets in Birmingham.? ) FWA-Federal Woks'.Agencyt.:' \l''. .U N;Unit .:Nations. r 1 4M : PAIRING 3 floor Coverings

;iAaSaturday| : to name a presidential nominee in oppositibAto, GA OrJcneral Accounting Ofrice UNRRAJJnitfed,: -Nation/* < j .

.JPrssident Truman. This picture was made as'GoVi" ; 'ri3Ut left' : .,* -vl- >- .*t-: .i lief- !and Reha.bilitalion Administration. j KEY: WEST i J. L, CATES

'Philadelphia for Birmingham. i.r : : 'GPQ_Government. Printing. ... .,VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY.f Flooring,: Contractor
Stales
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:" \I FALl'A nJ.L( JOINS; DIXIE&. ts '7j: 4IHFA-Housing and Home Finance -'. ployment'ServTce.tJSCC t23'DUVAISTREET: (:3i t PHONE 1SS3

L.,_..;._# .__ ._-__ ; ., ., .. ...,."...-' ..... .' ..::.... Agency.. '. -tlnited Stales.. Conunerciel P,...
I 1i0LC7'lforne"b? ) )'wner'' Loans.. :Company, ..' ._-- --- -.- -
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__ 'dCCInt ctstale ilorriertt; C9m"i ,'.> ; Examined ,- .
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i I m.ILO ion.':=.I tai naSron2j.r. r. Labor Organization .t wri Ward Daptage'. r para'tion''r classes 1114.-B DIVISION STREET PrescriptionsFitted

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I ..it;'fN$i ,L'UI1.CES. ;..:: ,'';A\ !' : : THESE: UNIVERSITY,MISSISSIPPI STUDENTS: ;,egrr ete : .orj) ICE' HOURS:. ,:.CO! ..AJ4.. to 12:00 N. ;:00 to, 6:00 P.M. :

p' QGIt\ 'J I IAUapnxnNAn4aeMaAntllOgtgtl8ltlimiNAAgt :' )' lIjUERVI.1S:MCA't'Jtc ; 'with! (he'Confcderatc'Cag and'"Squlhfem Plaoteir. : hat*let'ko qewith : and> BY APPOINTMENT .
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(PJU.. .- lt.- : .P.M---Bmiard$/ J.-;: "' r Moadar+ '' '"- Lamar Triplett.. Standing left to right.? Eddio JC, Y $CBQ. ':THRECj HOTELS IN MIAMI.POPULAR .PRICESLocated

1i' ii Ping i Pong;. 'Wrfting' 'Room, ,. tto0l: ;.M- Dance: ;4o'i)h Pritcb- 'john.C.: : and : V
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J' ;;jt -Ir : -'' 't .1 2OO: 'Wheyat:Pl.J.: -; :'':F MISCtcSJP1 :ff tt, ? 1iii(1TTt, ( :y._ : r Pliimif C WRITE: or. WIRE

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; V 6SO/P.M1: Boxing Class '' V..echo rscs;""Ping-pong; Shut ,: : : \f: ; : t t with BATH and'TELEPHONE .
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a Naval .
I ITOOPj.t.-!- onven.aciou" < : laptuiot. ; 'Hospital Patients.Party, Joint: Program __ : [: '{ -'i;'.:Jo( ,'..

V 3:00: I'.l.1.-Mqvteso "".. I R; ,.YMCA NCCS. If.Mel nntel Hotel

8:30 P.M" ,-Dantin*.. '. .j j t: 8.30 P. &-Ye utE Country Party U I ''**. 4.; /? 3- >: v>*.* SO NX. 3rd St.8ft '226 NX.' let "'n. 229 NE.. ,1st. AT*.
> rt tti.rr TUESDAY: < I t: featuripg Square Dane- / : Rooms TM( Rooms .80 booms
2:00: Pbir-Navy,. Wives, Svimmine *, .. ling, Virginia' 'Reels.) Elevator Elevator
ILS.- Naval Base PooL lO:15PMWelncr Roast on'the. bolarmtu Heated Elevator
7:30: PJ1.-U$. Naval! Hospital Patio Grille.
,', 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
with AmericanRed :' ,
Party Jointly ..thursdatOOPM. ,. .
Cross (2nd Tuesday). ,. 1.: .-Dance. John Prtchnd '. f
< "" :. :1. -:$.. .T .. 7:00: 'P.M,.-U.S Naval Hospital ..ard,, a \,IUS Orchestra. ., ,.dmm niU URimmlll iffinaiiiUBunfflinuiiHiujiiuiHajnsnuiiuutuutHaynJisanHnini:. iniuji'ni's' .
.'AP W teDGi.W J r Entertainers to Wards (3nj Friday. '

ALTALFA BILIT MURRAY (left); former governor .fOkUfhomau.cock ; ,Tuesday). 1 j 1[ 8:30 PJkl. -rBridgc: Pinochle arid L'a: a i t. r.

his good ear .to catch.i question'put otMm'by n) ,WEDNESDAY: I Movies. .,, .
xStaff Writer Bern Price In Birmingham. Ala. The;colorful.old |1:00), PJlLltOC| PJJ8iiliardsj'I I 'itutdlj'. .:. Q. i ": Fp .

:politician came there to attend the, Dixiecratic. States ;Wgbiconvention. I.' Ping Pong, Writing Room", r E 8:0QP.M.-MpV1 s. .
'Sho en. 1 10:1: PJJokc, : Box Dancing on
Murray tcld Price; Tm the man who introduced., 12:30 P.M. Hospital patients'Fishing I r

'Jim Crow Into Oklahoma."_. ., Party, joint program,!'l I the'patio._ 'Suntr' TA .
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V VVii NCCS YMCA and Red Cross, M5A.M.-Javar Cub| discussion 4
1:00: t>J.L-Navy' Wives Poysicar i -, GrouP1 '

S : > Fitness da : V 1 11:00A.M- to CHURCH. :
a ,y.a, w %:00 PJd-Navy Vives Club. Parties. .
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% I' 6:30: '}' --BoiClps3. 8:00 P.M.-Classical flout se .
9:00 P.M.-Dance/Three Sharps. I lections: announced;: *
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Orchestra PTUItDAY 13:00| P. M... ....Fellowihip Hour on .

u I l' the Patio. Community Singing I .
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2:00 PAL -Seaplane, Base Pool. Beatrice3joreno at the .
V'V V Navy Wvea.| I.. .Pianq.. yr ;
V 9:00: AM.. 5:00: PJS--'Sewing !'Oc.>>q P.M.. -Coffee Hour. .
: Madunc Typewriter. Writing G. SI 'Q. meetings qirls Ser T .
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Room. Showers.fHn .. I. Organization: ); every. '2nd. ", .
zV' >AY 4th Mqnday. t
V (//P) Photo .
Game Room: Chinese Check"
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2:00: P.U+-Softball for Navy
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Wives' at BayvieW Park. ers,:chess. cir e, ping-pons, pool. WILLIAM DJCXENS. 34. of Carthage. Miss, lies,in hospital Ie

2:00: P.M.-PrenaW Class; Department -I I j I writing desd.U various) f table; current: bed at Jackson Miss.. after being wounded by rifle Ur.| as. he ,. .
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\'of' Instruc Q1' games.I -
Health! leaving Negro's home in CaiUi-
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t 9OO.A.M.tor. soo i :'Showers, tennis rackets. IoU age. A group had gone thereto order-the Negro to leave town .

T'pe.nter.writ.PJLSewingMachine. clubs,. fishing, lines cameras, because ef reports that TIC. was running. mrcund With;: a; white : rM

e 1 ink'! Room Showers. 4 checking service. film serf?, woman" The. wounded man is comforted. bis.mother., Mrs.. .I..
__ w3 I *. .mailing and wrapping packages, Dickens. < *'. :
VV V : > SATUJIDAT L B. r .- /FOR HOME
receiving? messages, phone booths. -' {IC or : .
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2:00 P.u.-BoxlnZ Trainins. .. '
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railway service.
i stamps express

J tOO: ,Rooms P.M"bO9, Showers'for. Dressing Bathers.SUNpAir available':' to SERVICE- PERSON- .' 1. -BICYCLES- t AtlMARK:: ) : 'COMMERCIAL; USE :

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AJ1. Coinmunion Bfeat- .
10KX ARDS."u.
fast. Whit e a a' Club U S .Na.val .j Gerald rector.Pinder-Plogcrq' pjj .Repaired and Rented t ,,8 W:!:Are _Prepared To Furnith You With .

I Base (2nd Sunday). 'Lillian Weaver.Secretary.i Also in Stock NEW I i .Netcs eJlpcWl! IV Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE

I 1:00. PJJ. -- Pjcnlc} Swimmixii i VDoreen cruST,. .tnfDrma. tiO. \; '. ,, Toy.;:: 9 Sundries .
Pool Wiener: Roast (sign BICYCLES TRICYCLES I
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''in.advance).* I" WAGONS SCOOTERS'and TheHOBBY'SHOPi10 ; Thompson Enterprises Inc. :
aV ,I Informatiop services, housing,i| available to .all defense farces 1. ,
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dry maps. { and tlieitfimjfesV'' SKATES .
.........L-. .i Reli iou -literature, l1br r1t MBS., '1+.' s... COUG# LIN. ) \ DiVisioa Street Pbcme 31 : (ICE DIVISION) :

.- '+..CONGRATULATION I. S- !Fuller Kim ItetaeeraUefor telephones stamps Wrapping and Executive Secretary- Overseas. Cycje Store_ | Open'Sun. '8 AM., to )Noon I _, PHONE NO. 1 KEY WEST. FLA.
;asaJnee for r.v r..nhlp .f ,Florida, "nr>at Ute -.1tMeJaa, t I mailinc packages.,railway"-. MISS HILDA. CASTILLO tJO Division 5u, Phone .1W '. .
.r; jCvctater of Miami Beach, alter she won a"Miss Ft rt4a
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