The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00201
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00201
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Key West Florida, has tote : Associated. >press,Day Wire

' mOst equable climate: in the' 'r "' .i J'tl1.cKry i11J'Qt:: : : Features and Photo Services

country, with an/ average :' ,' For 63 Years Devoted to the

range of o nl y' 14* Fahrenheit :. ", Beatlmere..o1KerWm

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Solons Vote ; :: : i City Passes A Houseiferoing -

To. Accept Not'i; .1 1 ltcr 7 Q ..tfC Law; HotelMen

Of "Poor: Hou'se': I r ; ->l' '; f Protest Noises'

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..Ens'Ai\ I'Ei 1J CITY. SET 1 : 25MILLS' t tE' I !Abrcu's License I II l lj j ABOUT SAil TO COME FROM, CROWING


j Request Was Not t | City commissioners met last nlghf in regular session lasting
; I I one
KAHE i WEEK' j! AS',1948 RATE 1 1 i' I 1t| hour and passed on a'number- of. resolutions, !ordinance. submitted .

City Commissioncsrs last night ; Granted. Meet\ !:, to'its body for decision. .

voted, unanimously notto'accept .. .I' : i iL i j jT [ First resolution passed was for the payment of $1.47040 to tho
the poor .)mouse ,on.: poor loose ': : .kk4$ II. J. Abreti, 1115 White Eureka Fire Hose Division. United Stales Rubber Co. Atlanta Ga.
Lane that the County Commissioners TO TAXPAYERS : .street, Bermuda Market made 1 The $1,470.00 wilLpuix-hase 1,000 feet;; 2'i-Hich! fire hose MuIUx

; 'offered them' free with Jt';. ; : ; : j written application last night to two-ply multiple-woven grade fifty-foot lengths coupled complete
certain stipulations. -- ": :: I : -, ..' '- ., "!' ICily Commissioners for permis- with bronze rocker lug couplin;:>..., -
These conditions demandedthat I Actual Co-To 1 Operate City FIRST'SGT.' CHARLBY: WYCOFF' (above) of the: Cars well,Air I sion to sell beer'on his premises j jI House Moving Law (

the 'city"operate the. poor .,. .NOMINEE- Estimated At 6,0HiDolar ; Force Base' al'Foit'Worth. Tex flew to Washington .sound i I The beer was to be sold 1 on the Pasted on first reading was a ]'"',! 'II"I"
S21 ( ) .to
house as a colored indigent .one* ;. ., '. : 'wemises-but not to be consumed that the property would revertto J ; taps at the burial' of Gen. John' J.- Pershing'' yesterday. 'The there i for the issuance; of a pemiit.' 7'"ltllt Has
the county should the city not !*;<2j(){[.Mills Set To general onto' -:aaid, : "1'want no.'one'but Charley Wycoff' to sound City- Manager: Halph: Spalding for, the moving.01. anybuilding City

comply with the agreement ltaiae l taps for me; i objected to. the application'- 'or structure within' ''tr into the.. No JurisdictionOver ;

City Manager Ralph Spaldingwas : Aiiiuiint I ... h't- -r .- r- ill iS; that the area was a restricted 'city of Key West Fees'to.echa'ieiI .
emphatic his recommcndaliun J City Commissioners; r.:' last, night I one. and that it was .close: to before 4 j hermit is given Waiter Rales
for the te decline the are' $10 for buildings of 5,000 cu.
city J. Bay view Paik- He recommended -
passed an ordinance]
County Commission. offer. emergency 'Defers' feet or less. $20 for those: buildings -
Sentencing rejection the application
I fixing the rates of ad valorem- I City Manager Ralph
City Manager Spalding said: i j Coininissionei Fred J. Dion above 5.000 cu. feet- A $:.00
taxes for. .the calendar of..I Spalding told fathers
year city
"This is not a function of thecifyv } 'charge is made wlien buildings;
inquired of City Ignatius
Attorney -
1948 for the city of Key West at I II j last night .t City Hall that
This is a county function. I Lester whether constitu- ate-not moved over or acrpss a
,,23 mills the Aqueduct Commissionhas
and I recommend that the of* J Y, Bethel; And Knowles tional rights; were being violated street. :
." I| Five of the mills are necessary'; J the legal authority to set
far of the, county .rejected. by non-allowance of packaged : The ordinance prescribes 'a
; for debt service-and fund I
4 sinking; j water rates in the city of
Spalding explained that he $250 penally and'or sixty days
requirements $80.000.00 is the 'beer sale on Abreu's prenescs.Cily'Attorney I i I Key.WelL
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was not against/ having a home. Ignatius Lester imprisonment for non-compli
for the colored indigent of the amount needed and sinking f"r :th fund interest- I Ipaym'nt Until A :Later Date I informed Dion that packaged; ance.: He informed the city commission .

city and furthermore. that. thereIs rsR for the 1D48-: amortization i I beer is included in the law but ,i I City Manager Ralph Si>aldn:? that they had no
probably need for one., but Actual cost of year operating : the' ,. he could not?, state, whether the told the commission that lots of authority In the matter.
that this function is a welfare constitutional '::troublc'had been had by the city At the last regular meet.
law was otf not
city is set at $216,000.00 andO i PAIR' PLEADED) GUILTY *r ,
the because of the of houses. of the
project and should.be'don by J Commissioner. Louis Carbonell moving ing city commission
mills i U the
tax meet thu
set .io '
county. : '' CHAIRMANJP: reminded the solons that they Lack::! of material and high cost Spalding was instructed to
obligation. ; AS WIT :;.
Commissioner Fred Dion: The vote for the I : had refused 'a like application'not i of construction was the reason investigate,the possibility of
"There is misapprehension twenty-five for the number of houses being the ally 'having
a jurisdiction
two blocks from
mills tax NESSES FOR : away
for the calendar
among county officials thai 1948 ..unanimous.Community. year I f STATI'\T' Abreu'a place recently. moved he said. lip wanted the over water rates set in the
welfare work Should .be done, was It 'unanimously voted to remission not to'make the city of Key Wecl
by the city. .... a matter of: .u: 1 I 17t1A1.5.0y'. OTHERS{ deny the application. bond too small, for then it wouldbe One of the commissioners

law. I doubt it. I would like to' ttaiidI 1 I. 'Ju ;e 'Thomas' S>. Caro" of' Virginia Solano. 109, Duval useless, nor make it too large was' of the opinion that the
know if we are required to- street retail vendor; license was for then it would deprive the water company was a utility
do so." : I l11e !t .h'g"TOllj'ghl Criminal Court. after: ,receiving allowed to be transferred to pepple,of small 'means the rightto and as such. its rates had
Mavor A. M"iU..nrl Ari"m* thc--Ri\ >ilty; pie* "r' two young gtA Spicer Holmes Hackl y. No dis- nwve houses In Kiy West to be approved or disapproved
likewise stated that the function The Kf'i' West Community men lc> 'breaking':' end 'entering sents were recorded &n the:hq- .Passes On Float Reading like .u, other utility opralinq .

01 operating homes for the hi; .. {'I Band meets tonight at 8 (clock i 1 jthjeWatcrfrbhi I Cafe; '227 Grin- uor license transfer.. ,, Liquor .license for Am ri iran in the .city limits of
nnd''not at the School i Legion Post No: 1663. sndV.F.W. West.
digent was a county one, .High Auditorium f Key
GI .,
( Win-photo! nell street; deferred sentencing,
to he done by the city. ,"- lor practice. The- band.will work' .: .,1 P at'No.,. 6021 (colored: ) fut their
City AttcHnrYTgn"ui(: Leslo( ,, COV'1. : .:-:'STROM. THURMOND"i-va'; thc-'prdgrant:'tu,,\TXTgtven1 at I I I'them.u'U.JJ a -c: .;f 5'yIt' :''", i >"*'<-* *; .1,1 } Fre J olil cut -_.clubs8till -WhifoJieBdaireelwas '- I"JI'II" '(

gave a legal: opinion in'wluelrhftsaid j( "bov'of'South* ;Carolina addresses '' Bayview Park at '3' p-m. Thurs-a.,). wits ..explained the,j judge West Member passed on se rind,,aTid ,final
that in his' estimation the .dayfti; Membership" in the" \"band that Kirkwood:: Bethet, and :.Cecil Key, redding. ; and Duck avenue. Sawyer told
mere fact of ft 'city being Incorporated 'the: convention of .f.: is open to all who can play band i!I Knowles, 'VJ1< ''pjcsded} guilty to Not Acted On the coMIn sfion. that he had canvassed
docs nol likewise'.comi lit tacs; 'TtightaDemocrats? : -. .inBirmingham instr'., ments.'F he ''program ; theeharg& Solicitor GradheullrzgClass William Sawyer addressed the, the area and that no,one
pel it to shoulder the burden of after Thursday evening will consist by County commission last night; with a was opposed J to the new business.
there being named i Allan B. Cleare_.,,Jr, that the 21- ........+1 I.Tae (ltl.... allow '
welfare work. He :said that of standard pieces marches and ]j I view of having that body He further said that he had, seena
Convention 'J
was' no limitation upon the 'cityto ,,by. the ai presidential popular modern, arrangementsand 'year-old young-'"men will testifyagainst GAINESVILLE. July "20.Onc him to :operat a beer and wine clipping:; in the Key West Citi
use public money for charitable candidate to challenge will be directed by Earl Bit I .two: ethers wanted -for .. hundred and "cigh -six candi- license 'establishment at 17th (Continued On Page Eight)

purposes but that it was'not President ;rumen' 'clTit',rights Ion, Director of Music: at the Key 11 the same"..cafeCouhty entering -
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mandatory for: the city to dp. so. I i .program In November election.l West High School. I the University of Florida at com-
I I :'\ sheriff, office has. arrested. mencement exercises to be held
,one of the other meat but here Saturday evening; July 24, TREND IN YUGOSLAVIA

I the fourth,, said 'to be the-jnsti- University officials have announced -
,gator-of; the felony has, kit' the '
The exercises l to beheld
l scheduled TOWARD
state and is being,.sought' ,' ., by<: l local at 8.p.rn... will' take placein WESTERN BLOC; '
authorities. '.'"
: the University Auditoriumand
ACTION R RECOMMENDED !t! L. C.' Stoskopf.. \\vhofpieaded will be' informal. Fred W. ,
Johnson'-of West is FORMER PAYS WAR
. t,I guilty last week to charge of Key a .mem DEBT
the graduating'class.
+ /of
[(I passing a warthless check for .. : ;

BY BEVIN IN BERLIN TILT $10.. came 'up for sentence today. ( ) Wirephoto l, Ray A. PiitderGraduates r ..Yugoslavia Decorated With
Stoskopf told Judge Caro he had I II II
WALTER SILLERS: (above). Flags For Communist
made ,good; the check Stoskopf As
Ulockailc Mint lie Broken'If.
was given 60-day sentence in speaker of the Mississippi

! : ?*MJ111? Ile Aihisctl Not Truman Thanks) Chamber !i I',of County the action.Jail and fined the costsi House of Representatives, addresses Realty' Yi l-o"er.{ KEYNO'TER'Y I Celebration' ; Ruain ALI

/Jftfct-iilale Mote At Tliis I Genevieve Van Doran. charged states' rights conventionin flay A, Finder son of Mr. and I

with vagrancy, pleaded guilty Birmingham Saturday after Mrs. Joseph!' 'Finder 1121Flemii F I .For 'Good Wishes' Wire'I when brought before Judge q street, ::radUitt +d last week July 20. This
being elected
.. I.Caro. He immediately scntenced -. unanimously as from the Brossier'S College i in I I city and other sections of Yugoslavia : -
** Prr t her to.pay a.fine of $50 and permanentchairman of the I Miami for real estate brokers 'y are decorated in flag.-. and
w uly'20.Reprcscn- + l'IUSIUElYr: SAYS HEAITUECIATED -I! cots or to serve 90 days in County meeting. The convention-later and salesmen. He hag completed] t bunting for the communist; ccl'ebration -
Grcat Britain, the I 'I' Jail. all subjects required by the a that will be started
lUhl wt : lunge Belgium Crawfish Season I MI-S-I Carlyle Fabal. charged with nominated GOT. Strom ''Thur- Florida law.' He will take his here tomorrow by Marshal Tito.
( having no driver's license pleadguilty' state examination in Orlando b 7
and'}; ,are meeting I I mond of South Carolina and w | Tito has gone ahead with his
toda5 u "1 '__ Tolland, to j SAGE AND HOPES.: TOUE ed and was assessed the given by" the Real Estate' Com- preparations despite the fact
corgis against "Opens) 'Midnight.Knight\ i costs of the action $12.25. : Cor. Fielding Wright of Mississippi mission of Florida. He receivedthe two 4? that Russia her satellites and

the naining : HACK HERE I Antonio Pazo. alias Kitty I to run for President highest average of his class. also communist units in France
their bloc dining; Gray pleaded guilty to a choree: and Vice-President of the Unit- Mr Pinder'served 'in the U. S. ? Italy have refused to accept
em area of Declare* A letter signed by President |'of intoxication. lie was senten- ed Navy during World War, IL invitation to'send representa;;
iced i to 15: days in States on a States Rights
Krnestforeign Beck in s, Harry S. Truman was receivedby : serve County rand to. the celebration.
secretagr: At midnight tonight the crS'-v- I the West Chamber of !I JaiL ,'_ J ticket., 1 break between Tito and
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taking firm but ,fish season will open Joseph 1.--- < r o- 7 Cominform is now wide
against the'Soviet' )Knight Monroe County conser- Commerce today in reply to a Aluminum Roofing 9- Z open. It was because lie challenged
given to underslar* w tion agent, said today All 'congratulatory telegram sent i 1.i Poinciana' Cleaners i I the action of the Comin

western bloc of natltpai wfish taken must weigh: at him last week. Dry STRUiVK LUMBER YARD! r x form in declaring that he no

tennined to have the a pound Knight points rn.it. The Chamber's message: su;- I f.< vitaiv no olnger was a "true reprc: ;en-
lifted, though, as Bevin\, several: days the ronuner- rested by Joe Pearlman at last : Supgrslions Tju Well Jrrfrr TELEPHONE 816TICKET I R I tative" of the communist party,
ed, the misunderstand m mermen have been boat- Thursday notary meeting, congratulated -'!; (Continued On Page Eight)
tween Russia and the AHi-, traps, out to the! cra"- the President upon CAN YOU AFFORD TO LET YOUR CLOTHES BE RUINED ''a 1 s sm ,?
reached so critical a stare n !\. Knight; explains the i .80..10 1.1 ,
having received Domination
nat mermen have fo sea- I I
'. ing of a precipitous of his party at the Democratic OFFICE
should be approved by the rc s. They at' one will minute begin National -Convention. It went I I'I There Is No Need For It If You Don't Let Unscrupulous and' ALL AIRLINES I (1P( ) Wirephoto i For Sale
resentativcs. on to say that after the -November Unskilled Cleaners Allure You Br Their
Meanwhile, the Russian commander election. Key Westers win :I I Bargain I I I FRANK DIZON (above), for. '49 Studebaker Truck
in Berlin, through the I need tame aromas -t i continued On. Page EtehI I j I PQ1NCIANA DRY CLEANERS' I PRICE TOURS mar governor el Alabama. delivers I.Ton

(Continued On Page Eight) 1 Jrest; of Mi- : ,41 1 -n..ai. .:..tt I I the keyhot address a.
1 amt possessingCtatvfis I I I I "T7i ,House "/ Qualify' temporary chairman of the STUDEBAKER.
i than a
pound. under a Mother Goose UploDafc) <<: ,, GUARANTEES ALL YOUR ,GARMENTS" 100!%' I Motor" ; ;:& Democrats convention at of j trmingbam States Rights Salurdav. I j cHAMPIOH-4.DOOR
bond lice By Workmanship and Thoroughly
ofLowe I t Chemical "Procenfs'At Time-up
'On Sold Yesterday
Yellow Turtle wg jig 'fine Old Mother Habbard werit'to the 0- Dlxon't fiery speech i
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5< i cupboard I F General touched off aa enthusiastic. Only Taco Lelt!1
EGGS failed toanswer1 a to husband ,No ExtraCost RepairsON I
to th To get her poor some I demonstration at the convenbon's t I

was cstreeted.,' F' chow. ALL CARS < morning.sssioa. j '37 Plymouth Coupe
White Turtle But when she got there the cupboard -, We ,1/of/i'l'roo/ Your Garment 4 \ '

5 0 C was bare- With A t Months Guarantee Endorsed by Aetna Insurance Co. All Work' Guaranteed All Can in X-l Condition
EGGSLowe's DOL off for .
So her took Palace j
e : Twins Garage
For Call and Delivery PHONE 1086 or 1+16
Pr Called tuts EAVER'S Adele Mora Warren
erl.- and How and Douglas"THE
Fish Co.Foot .' t f u.u..r.a... .' I Monroe Motors Inc Your Friendly
Compaie our't-ricea 0. Pre girl eh? No Work Poinciana Dry Cleaners |I Srudefarfrer Dealer"
of Margaret Street F' CALL TELEPHONE and Dinner Music. Teel! Tour Friendly Ford Deapr"IllS New and Shorts J 1130 DUVAL STREET

t1(. c......"'Ite aaDl ..... r I ., White Street Phone 735 I TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHT \ PHONE 19
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Published D..lly ExMpt Bandar.I. by '. ., "_,i- ..... <..tBusIneSs \' H""'* ; His _' (Know Araerica)
..,. P. AHTBfAI. Owm** .J P kttehT fc cycles 'come a'nd'g just as Heritage 1877 The railroad strike UANCEONTllEBESERT"By
NORMAN: D.AHTMAf. Bmalaem Ma ae*
From The CUIe Building- surely as the sun rises .-and sets. .In the spreads-rioting during week in !1
JI Comer Green and Ana Street : One rainy afternoon Aunt Sue Chicago. Pittsburgh, St. Louis* '
Only Dally: N. .,w.p&.per County In Key: Weit. s 4ilonro midst,of a boom cycle, t.many of us are was explaining the meaning of 1'and Louisville. I Florence Theel.! ) ,

fed"to 'believe"that it. will never come to an various words to her young 1881-Sittng Bull and 185: other -|I ,., ... ......... "

"" .entered; at Key: West Florida- a* second cla, matur-. end. Under that delusion, we use money nephew. Indians currender" to the u.s..I, '

-4 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS! "Now an heirloom my' dear, army in Dakota. 'j'r Chapter 19 wire please. Covering the showed a gratifying intake. When
The Associated Press I. exctaslTely entitled to; in speculation as we would not do in normal means something', hat has been 1917-First draft number chosen C lUST take a look at this!" Mr. mouthpiece he shouted, "Hey the' last car had driven off. they ;,:;

r.. ... for reproduction of all credited newe In dispatches thU credited and times, and when the cycle ends,many handed down from father to In World War I., I j|I *5. HalLdoy was back from Palm Tony! Party of twelve want to all sat down to coffee and turkey --
to it or not otherwise paper. know if. Sunday dinner sandwiches. Mr. his 1
,, she said.. 1918-Americans take thou. Springs with the afternoon you serve. Halliday put
& tlao the local news published of us are ,caught "hol ling the bag. son at three ,o'clock." land[ on Bert's shoulder. 1 v
-Well." replied the boy. sands of prisoners and hundreds paper. With a triumphant
;; Tony to the door wiping "It looks
.VflCCRIPTION RATES came as though your worries
,.; -One Tear 111." How much more time has the present thoughtfully, that's'a queer. of guns on the AUne-Marne smile he handed it to Bert and Sour off his hands. He was smiling are over boy. That crowd

iiiII_:_ .?lz Months LOt upsurge in business.a adj'the.realty market name for my pants." front. Eddy.friend.That" Mr._ Shayne is surea broadly. "Certainly, Sundaywe tonight will give you a lot of free
z Three Months .. S.TI 1923-Gen. Pancho'Villa, assas1933 ; -I serve dinner. Other days tea advertising too." .

--. jn....kIy Month. I"Jl got* tOe go before ,the.; pjeakMw!! ijedch d and ...................*.... .:iaat.d reporter's Goggle-eyed: # glowing, the write-up boys read; the and dinner only, from five "Well what rm worryinr
: : "
'the tufrjble! down tp (fmajrAJpbjiormalbegins .-The NRA ,blanket' rode J clock. about, right now, is how we'll
: ADVERTISING! RATES : ,; "P9 ; Radio decreed by PresidentiRooseveIt1942American SWING WIZARD "Yes:we can take care of you.- ever get along without you folks ,.
lOads Known on Application. !ft"J: ., Programs: .planes bomb]1 I ,BERT McLANE, Eddy answered courteously and to help us." He turned to Eileen.

--: 8PEC1AL. NOTICE .. "I I Hundreds of !Citi2e"n*readers : recall Conducts Makersat bung up. 'Phew! This makes a who sat beside him."The customers -
': All raadlnr notices, cards of thank resolutionsft s.se s.sese...S...S',SOC. SSO Germans in Tobruk Africa and Alvarado Merry hundred and fifty already" are going to feel gipped if you
recpect. obituary notices, poma, eta, will befcarged f th<1| realty boom :Fkrfidfcftiiat ht} the the Japs in China. new Hacienda NightclubMore "Can you manage all this. aren't here to sing for them the '
: for at th. rat of 18 cents a line. bOmb than hundred well- "
1943 UA planes a next tune.
Navy Sure
r revenue Notices Is for to entertainment be derived are by fi churches cents a line.from which. skids in;Jth falJ of'ysSSJJteTev! ;; |Vest had its Daytime Summary' the Japs in Kuka. 1 I dressed people motored from Tony and everything:you have Bert enough said anx Mrs. McLane looked at Eileen.

.:: The Citizen is an open forum and Invites dlsursUn adherents 6f that catehphra&e. "Tlfe sky's Selected programs the ss lilted time b..lw.. I. 1944 Germans, slow down the. S Los Angeles last evening to iously. She seemed as animated as the .
of public issues and subjects of local or sre broadcast at same applaud the: Alvarado MerryMakers the night's actlv-
advance Tony assured him that he had younger girl by
throuata Kattern local m Normandy
.... communication general" interest but &,,t wilt not publish aoonymoes tl 'ilimt.Even! : dftee.th, teloVing l up of day time. For central subtract*ne hours Allied invasion ; 'I at their gala'openuigat ample supplies and that, compared It1."Haven't you told him yet,
.. for mountain subtract two>.$b"'\. the new Hacienda restaurant with a big hoteL cooking Eileen?" '
sales evident to !
realty everybody
\ was ; 1945 President Roocevelt'sradio and nightclub seven "
for this crowd was child play. "What's she holding back now?
the Binder< Boys .stilr..were insisting that JULY 19 THROUGH JULY 2)00 address from. Berlin. miles>> out along the mainroad. r' Bert saw Pete outside, smokinga Bert demanded. f
1946-A country-wide survey Nice tribute to the popularity cigaret. He couldn't resist crow Stars in her brown eyes, Eileen *
the market was likely. t"o' regain its activity Moraball shows consumers making increased of the band's tall, dark-and- :ing:"We're booked solid for tonight told him quietly, "I resigned from .,

MEMBER 1948. In a few (days or'few 'teeks. f- -Honeymoon In V. 1'lIkBreakfaa.t resistance ,to price risec. handsome conductor, Bert 'I' and tomorrow. Pete. What my position two weeks ago. Bert
lubabo1:15Bamyanl McLane, who. with his brother have you got to say, now?" -before I came down here. I
We recall'that as early as' 1924' bank Follies-cbs >Edward, arrived in Palm Pete blew a cloud of smoke. guess I had a hunch that .you .

ers in Florida -were warned to""cut down 10:00 Ozark-Fred Valley Wartnr Folks Show-in-b Bb* LEGALSOTICR Springs a few weeks ago" to still say you've got to bring 'em were really going to need one" ,

.. ', Music For You-cbs: open'their establishment. back again.. When they nod out "All my life I'll need you
.... their loans on real estate, tfufc:lew"of them My, Story Draina-ebs :> t-NDER FICTITlOrS: The article described the' trans you're not selling any booze it's honey. He hugged her to him, ".,
r.. IP:30-Boor of S.rlala-llbo :\.MB STATVT: ormation of the fire-wrecked res- doubtful""Oh before them all. "But I think you
heeded the warning, asv:a,resell bf> which NOTICE IS HERE I' GIVEN: that u
Sing Atonff cos must be
idince into a colorful hostelry, come on, be a little cheerful psychic. We weren't sure .
bay It With Mu.le-mbs the undersigned. desiring to engage
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST many banks failed.:Now comes* Maple T. 11-00: -Arthur Godfrey Show cbs ,n bu!ln.>Fa under the fictitiousname I concluding with a wonderful plug Pete, rve.a hunch you'll be of things, ourselves." ,.
.. of *H" Detective Agen sticking around with us a good "Your mother must be psychic, '.
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Harl chairman the Federal Breakfatt in HoIly..ood-aN jrrrl I "Swing music with an:extra "
of Deposit cy". K..at.. Florida. Intends! to long time." too then. She stopped,
11:3O-Ben Alexander Show-mbs :something plus novel,entertainment letting
Insurance Corporation, to warn banks to 11.45-ierlals 1% brs.-cba regIster the' clerk, raid nf fiCtItious the Circuit nam Court with of guarantee a lift Mrs. McLane make her own announcement. '-

1. More Hotels and Apartments. "be cautious about further increasingreal Aft....... Mourn (Count. Florida. I even tothe chronically bored. THAT night in his tuxedo, Mr. .
12-00: -Welcome Tra'ftlera-aba Dated July 19,' 148 And if the food served is a was maitre d'hotel, "Eileen means I hired a womanto
5. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. l estate:loans." ] 12: -Words and Music-nbo ROY HAJTLIX. fair sample: Palm Springs and- in her becoming pink gown cook for the boarders, when I j.
3. Airports-Land and Sea. Sole Owner.Jly20 Mrs. McLane presided over the went home a few days ago." i'
1-00-Musis Half How-nbe SIN residents hav 'a gastronomic
4. Consolidation of County and What !itt is saying) no\vn\as saii even Z-OO Double or Nothing-nbo -:27: ;apK3-l.im_ treat,in store. Those who can busy cash register. "You're" going to stay, too-for,

Governments. emphatically- .igovernmentt official Queen for a Day-nibs TUB flflCtlTt'OL'fll': OP Tile I' take. a hint will make their' : Pete's prediction was an wrong. good. ? ,
: City more! 2.30-Serials for 14 hrs.-nbo FIBS :>TH JIUICIAL, rmririOt reservations early." These: strangers were as enthusiastic Their mother nodded. "Nra.. .
q' 5. Community Auditorium. during; the 1025 boopi\ One Avould Bride and Groom-abc '<.!THF WrATH Of tLOHIII.: about the place the food, Van Buren has been bored with
r Martin Block Records-mbs i4n FOR MOXROR (OI\T. "This explains why the pbone'been t. the entertainment their ftiends idleness. She's'going to look after
.- think tKattin the ligMt\ ot paSt performances 8:CO-Ladles Be Seated-aboS.30 IN .(HNCm r._ \... U *tntL ringing ever* since you left had been the night before. And everything for me. If your business -l.

,. warnings! of thJlt..'t nAture'J, would be Second-The House Honeymoon Party--abo cbs ".\) 1. CR\ 'reservations for tonight and tomorrow evidently had a Jot of fun on beer keeps up like this, Tony is
WLHT.Plaintiff. I" Eddy said. and soft drinks. There was a good going to need me to look after the
4-00: -Hint Hunt Qulz-eb. '
MONOGRAPH % heeded immediately, but such is nqt the F.r the LuTva,llil>e-abo cnA".d!:%'O.CE "It's better than a thousand dol sprinkling of evening dresses utmost baking." -, -
I t b'tilfthe -' ELIZABETH if: lars worth of -advertising Bert of the .Bert with "I told you the women In
case. Today the attitude : sam, as it 4:SO-Winner Take AH-cbs:> Defendant crowd. saw my
:_ The County Commissioners, Treasury Band: Sbow-a Doi ) ORDER OF PlUblCTION declared with enthusiasm. "goodId Satisfaction,were evidently towns' life were angels! ," Bert said, draping .
has alwaysbeen: during uptrend'of the :00-Tre&iury! Bandstand-cbs TO: FMZABKTH M CRAW.UKT. Pepper Shaynel"! people young folks like them.' an arm around them ,bothi\ I
:. Monroe County; Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 hr. No. lti Z) Greenwood Mrtet.K 'You made a hit.with him, be selves, who probably would come I Pete Scanlon had been listening '
market be and mb.
prices of real etate.1ts. buyer's -a
a >anxton. Illinois. said when show The didn't to the conversation.
: Gentlemen 1i:45-Lum: and AbDer-cb..fut you put your .on again. boys know it,
: and naturally a buyer thinks the market I required It Is hereby to appear ordered' on the that 20th>ou day are just-for him last night.* .but the homey feeling the complete "We've still got that Blackey

:: Remember that precept and exam- of Au ult.. A. 0. 1 48. before .the' The telephone was ringing absence of formality and Davis guy to reckon with," he
; always will'be good. Indeed, most 'buyers above entitled court to the Bill of I again. Eddy answered like a swank-was.the asset that would said skeptically. dont for-
; pie are still tremendous influences for think prices will increase., NETWORK PROGRAMS 1 Complaint filed against' )'ou In the well-trained operator: "Hacienda bring them often. get it!" ._
For above entitled cause and the Key Restaurant. How ? Hold the At closing time cash register To be
= good citizenship. Eastern Local Time. csnaI l lsubtract t many the ( cooUaaedj
And, then comes the crash, and per, ene Hour, for mountainlubtract \Y'lIt Citizen Is hereby which designated. ,.---,
as the newspaper in thisOrder
= two hours. Semi local stations "',
THE ORACLE. who bought .at' high of to fit shall be published once a 1
sons realty prices chang hour relay r
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local schedules. Last minnto pro- week for .four consecutive weeks. 11111. WILL YOU SMILE? Your
| learn that not only hits'the bottom drop- gram changes cannot be Included. \linens.. the Honorable Aquiliao I Horoscope tt
Lopez Jr.. an one of the Judges of West In '
ped out of the market but also that real this Court and the Seal of thU Key A Crasher TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1948-
: HERBERT HOOVER TUESDAY, JULY 20 Court in the City of Key West. '
estate is not acceptable as collateral by Florida, this Utb day of July.I Thb is a day giving capacity tot
Iv;.;.. ,1S4*. Gone patient endeavor and faithful
Days ByAS I
-r most banks. .:00-Nows Report. IS Mtn.-nt*. (SRAL) Ross ('. Sawyer. A much-married Hollywood service.
While the native
A book entitled "Our Unknown Ex- Metrscast t-verjr Vay-cbs Clerk of the Circuit Court actor was confronted by a gay may
Network Silent Hour-a bc-.ut Monroe County. Florida. TAKEN'FROM FILES OF i not attain to eminence by reason:.
President," presents what Eugene Lyons, Riddles: Hour (repeat) -abe-west I, fIb':. Florence F. Sawyer. damsel. Iof a lack of self- rtion. there
Communism is a system by which one Network' Silent ((1 hr.mbs.ustulddi. .S Deputy Clerk. : ,; THE. CITIZEN OF I J
:.; the author who is a property owner in the .. Hour (repeat)-mb&-..c t .:i, juHO.fl.aug.3,15,1348oTlfr JULY20.1g3&.Afdrive ,"Hello, there," she greeted t is much quiet force and great
: small group seeks to rule world.: 1:1*-'Sporu- MUsic.Time-nbo. i in..; I him: "don't you remember me? t endurance, coupled with a ren"j
Monroe County, and a winter visitor, Frontiers of Science-cba \ ; TO CREDITORS llllllUU UII'.nJ'IIUIHlI"f'''''
"!ll'fI Ten asked: me to dering of faithful service.. that
t :30-Huste Tim*-cba-east (1913 Pnttal* Act. :Sees-uS. ue : years ago :you
: points out is "a portrait of Herbert with I\ THE 'Ottl'HT OF THE COCNTV: : to .1 marry you." will assuredly bring some honor,1,!
Almost; any .business,. } a rfionop- (:4*-Newreast- by: TllrRM exterminate t\es} : in l, \
-: Hoover." And he asks the reader: "D9 n'rofi: Lowell!l Thomas (repeat 11)-cpa: JiflGEL3IOSltOfi. 1>' PHOB-1TK.rniTYrIOIIIUA. :"<' I ey West was',begun to&y. bytnefWPA'atlhe "Really," ,yawned the actor, much respect, and possibly a liberal -'
oly, can show a b e' en.t if thq /:OO-Supper Club nbe-buto .
management ,
: { { In Fstat of "and did you4 share of the world's goods.,
; : re: suggestion lt Pr, I
know that Herbert Hoover h I Th. Uewte'' ShowcbsNess :f __ .
;you never. isalos'Ifhb. ut braiils. \ a:1d: Couun.ntaryFultoq ,fco J. MALDOV BFTHFL. also. i James B. Parramore. locaCdiree-1 1- ---.--- ___ .--- ------ -
L.wi... Jr.. Bib. known as .1. M: BETHFU. : f !, : ii- Jt
L iNtV
= .accepted a cent of pay for public .serVice r ,: i "'.. .>- !,1l ,," n.eeaset.4., tor) of the.state public' health' - ---
f1h-N.ws: and CommentnbDaily
a .for political office?" "* &ILLION-A MNTitI Commentary !: To All CredltorsMtnd,rerrons. >, *4 jA.alnst \ ...... .. "", ,..,.. ', I. t ,
:t.l:3oTIt. .
..\ \, I.. WE PAV-3- Isews. Dinner Dato Having Claim*"on Demand'' S ,_.Jj '" ...-.;; \I- '41
Eugene Lyons has written ,. "" 4t.,. -. Rolllnl Trio-nbe SaM K'ltat ,
.: top-notcn You and each of are hereby
you Honda
Show cb .. Audubon
I Jerry Wayne : Society, to
notified and required. tn :preocnt V MAXWELL'S'
t books and it was the privilege of this Tb. Green Hornet-aba day, named Mrs Jesse E Allev I If !
I .For the' fisMFyear i hicHlje*injS July bl... Comment mbsI any claim and demands which you. : :
or .lIh.r..of l >'UI. may Jun' aftatnaL! of. Tavermer to head the
if. 'Washington correspondents contribute i ,lst. ; Congress Tifa! : approprjaJefrr>> aboutl.$35ooO : News-Harknesa Broadcast Comment-cbs -nb the esiat of i. Maldon, Belbel. also, in. Monroe county.society'sbranch ..r .: .
known an J. M. Bethel. deaj d. I
;; in this Letter Service our views on his "As! ,000OOO, 'which''_Is almost*$2,000- Sporta Comment-mbI > late of Mid Count..' to tbe J
:OO-Mel Torme Show-nbe .
?- signment In Utopia," a dozen years ago less than the 'budget requests of Mystery Youth Ask Theater GO'fernmeDtb4 Play_t> CountyJudge Florida. at his of office;Monroe In the County.courthouse Stone Church Service Club:,at !

; ; I ),I ; of paid County at Key Vfert'a meeting last night, discussed]
That book indicated what course the' Rus- President Truman. '.' < lIterlou. Traveler-mba Florida within eight calendar _
':IS-Weekly News Tlme-.'" subjects pertaining to the weltfare .SPECIAL :
month fr m the time of the first |
; Fian government was pursuing in those' About $20,000,000,000 of the money Iso-: Carmep Ca.allar baMr publication; of this notice: Each of Key Wcut. It 'was.generally
:-' times, what the rulers were up to. It.wa .* was passed upon by:' Congress; ::; in the closing To America and Announced.Mr. Town* Nortb Meeting-mbs:b aba claim sod shall or demand state Fhall the place he In'nf writ residence in jr.-I t agreed,. that Key West ,
Bo -
fascinating and a warning to people who. hours of the session when three of the $:15-WlI Rose Comment-ttbaI the (claimant and port and office ehalL address be sworn of t should have.more civic activities '

.; believed in Liberty-as we all do here in biggest, bills ,wer rushed through.It :00 We-Thin the Uaa People Drama Guest--nbo cb hi to*by attorney the ..Ialmant.and any.hls nuch..claim n" or or,t Information has been ,received

% :: the United States. is rather difficult for the average Gabriel Healter. CornmealOhs0:1SNws demand hot no. filed shajl be void. in' Key West that Emory,Lowe

po No one has written a better book & the Broadaastmta0r304.hl l'olka-nbe (I.e"MATILDA: LIFLt.FV ,BPTHrU J I Pierce has receivejl. a '"degree( of SAMPSON
American despite war expenditures and !
HU the JackpotcbstIerkabirs .%,v. Executrix of the, last Will and master of.science lmarine' bio:,
:. concerning the life and achievements of Concert-aba Testament of J,. Maldnn B of,
familiarity with billions of dollars, to en- th..l. logy at the University Liver.spool. -
Ix>oe Wolf Drama-mba. also known an J. -Zt Bethel,. deceased. $395CARPET
::. any President than the volume just off the vision a Federal Government that spends Iih-Bifl: Henry News-mb*. | .

-.: Doubleday presses. And I ask U? PO you nearly $3.000,000,000 a.-month., Nevertheless 10;00 Studio-;Meet On.Corliss Drama Archer-cba: -ob* Ijl3O.Hau.g3l$41iv : i The WPAtd'a'movf'mt"nt; ;; "

know that among the few =ablest statesmen when one analyzes! the appropriations 10:30-Tb.Public. Defender Horn berg-Concert mbs -BtOIt .FI.JFTH run nun'jrDintl IT 'O"RT, IR4tlT op'TUP'..'today to (-jcganizdn Key West -a

.of that Your Business-aba OP THK STATS) OP PI >HIHA. IN boys' band ofj$0. pieces.j' i '
= our
own country Herbert Hoover -j
made. it is not is. easy. ,as one might think Dance OrcbeatramDa10UL.abcl' AM> ton Mo noR roi',%"',. irmmr \

: ranks today as the best informed individ- to.:: find places for safe reductions. U.S.A.-abc Cllt'F.ltk'. .. J f j': Mr. and :.'Frank H_ Gatojt.and.Frank
: $69
11-00-:News. Variety. Z hr*-cbs 11-43.1 SWEEPERS

.:.: -nal: on World affairs? Of course, readers of The Citizen News' .and Dance Dance Band Band I bra.-abeIvews. -ro1!* ANNA- Fn\VJVD ROCHON.- Plaintiff ]I. from H Havana. Jr..arrived to visit yesterday Mr.i l'F . :: I

M: I have been puzzled about how to. know that, in coimectfonvfth'* expenditures. II:1*-News; Variety' to 1-nbe FREt vs.LOUIS ROCKOVTfefendant. ItltORCK Gala's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. i : J

: describe the book and after several unsatisfactory -' the Fed .r J t.G4Y r|$11rt lja>'fi out 12O.Ddoc) Continued-abcwestWho H. Gato. .1. \. -'.\' j{
: \YX \f .
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attempts, I have "cribbed" the billions for interest 'ioV defense .TO: -
-. !Knows? Fred Louts Rochon Mrs.. Annie Walker who had j i/
,; description by Eugene Lyons and his pub-, .for the benefit of veterans ,and for c the ReoidencLnknown.. been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sarah CHAIRS $12751

.; 1i hers because it is brief, correct and to' European Recovery.,froi 1I\4. These are 1. How much gold is storedat required It I Is hereby to appear ordered on the that fib you day are' Welch left HIM morning.for . I
of July. 1 4S. before theaboes en. 'Miami.
:.: ,the point. Do you know: the*larger items'involved and, while;there Fort Knox, Ky.! titled court to the Hill of Complaint I
;. "that he was Quaker born and bred 2. What, is the estimated filed against you In tbe above entitled and'.Ii'ni -1
may be differences,of opiuion as tothe cause and th> Key Uest CitIZen -l Mrs. Grace Mumford BATES
cost of administering the draft is hereby .lelg ated aa the :
: from
: in Iowa almost Andre arrived yesterday
an cottage humble
as exact amounts that i iea.1ly Is
: are appropriated, jt act? newspaper in which this Order thall visit the! 25'
;Z as Lincoln*?? 3. What is the U. S. Armed be published once a weefc for four Kingston, Jamaica- to
understood that the bulk of the ,consecutive week... 'former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.I BEDSPREAD6'PILLOW 1\,1> U

:.: "that his first job was pushing an ore spending: ms to beChances uecesrarr. Forces Institute? Witness 'the Honorable Aquiline Jose Pelaez. I
Lopez. Jr, as One of the Judges of
4. How old is King Gustav, of I .
this Court and the Seal of this CourtIn : .
:.: tar on the night shift in a mine at two dollars Sweden*
the City of Key West. MonroeCounty Mr. and Mrs. Buster Cerezo I I

:;: a day? for farming should be goodin 5. How many women belongto June 1348, Florida this .2
: "that he turned down a Guggenheim; Brazil as.only 4 per tent of that country's the American Legion* ax4 (SEAL) Ross C Sawyer, o'clock yesterday afternoon in: : 65c
= ) 6. How many new voters Clerk. Circuit Court. their home at 1024 Packer"!*treet. CS"i :
: partnership? at $500,000 a year to become surface is under cultivation. eligible to cast their first balllots B,.; Florence Monroe County E. Sawyer Florida. The baby has been'named Laney

a Secretary of Commerce? I Nov. 2. Deputy: Clerk. Joseph. i
7. What is the estimated union PA1I. E. SXTTYEB ..- c
: "that Hoover's shyness causes him. SAVE YOUR WAR BONDSIn Solicitor' for,tbe Plaintiff.junlPJIyi.ll21.1S4; : j
membership in the U| S;? $ Today The Citizen says in an: UNFINISHED -
: painful embarrassment in public gather- I 8. What was. the 1947 production editorial paragraphs : -1

:; ings, yet he entertained 9,769 guests' week, the .first, quarter.of.. 1948) ,. holders *of new U. S. military lOSS NOTICE Probate TO Act.CREDITOR gees. 11*!. 120) -What's in a name? Ask the Chest o1.tli.prs! $1675 i

:r ends during his four planes IN THE ('OIRT OP' TIlt COVSTTJIDGE. : editor who spelled 'the bride'JIwrong.
years as President' ? cashed in E bonds, to, the totaKjvalue ofI008.o00,0O0 9. What is the "middle in 1I0..ao&Ol'\Tr, FLO ."

: "that the first and only office for $. whfcli *11buC41&00O> > ,. come" of 42,000,000 U. S. families .- IB HID r..':--Eotat IPROBATE.of -
.::= which Hoover ever ran was for the presidency 000 moth: n the sum inv Stett by-those LOUISE MEAR9 1ICMAHOV 'Virtually every, country !in the S
10. What is the record atten- Deceased" salt .
world has deposits.wrrrr
? who bought s.milarbd1d.' -* -*-*. To All Creditors and Persons HavClaims ELECi.ANS
dance at a baseball game so far::? lag .r Demand. Against $795\\\1
-:; "It is strange: but true that of all We:: know that it is tery "ofteVl Necessary Said Estate: ox DRY
You and each of 70 are hereby
:: prominent Americans, Herbert Hoover is for, inqi! duaJs' *> J a.&H\in tneir sayings The Answers notified and required to presentany ECZEMARASHGRAY'S iizr: #Ii( ) (
: < claim and demands which you .
; the least known to millions of his co ntry- butt might be tupaly 1 icalj attrition or either of .. may hav sealant I '
the estate eL Louise_1Ira\kxM: ; #EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES
:' -men. His career is actually one of the to the aavanta .vt J\\oj!.I i i! ,,}; nj&.u11< ,: 1 lT"l2.500,000,000: worth. has. deceased 1&te'of .,said _County -1., l aaa: JoT IDeI1irabeA lbs eoothnl 01 and GraYs eociaf 0..$..o. .. :
t. the County e of Monroe '
:. .greatest stories ever lived in America maturity. Onjy JIlWs: ."a ..4Qetb: ..holder 2. $40,000,000 the fibt'year.. County. Florida, at Jadre.hu offic. |I. the aid wsnt ill whde getg pie..snt rid 01 aabs.ptir tn1uu.* J3S T'"
3. The educational system for court" boone of raid County at Key
: :
: I
three "
careers one engineer, public\ collect fujl\ fntet st. ** the nations fighting" men. i West. Florida wlthlm eiht calendar OINTMENT

:;; servant and statesman. This is the first In addition, every Individual will 4. Just turned 90. first months publication fromth of this time of notice.the &trt5Maxwe1I CO. 'nc' ,::

: book } reveals 5. 250,000. Each claim demand shall be 1 a a H a a a a a ,
which the measure of a man probably find it profitable to _hold on to 6. About 10000000. In wrlU... and shall state theplace STRONG A1U4tMW' CQTTE&TRIUMPH : ,
: "who has _often made enemies but'is investments,'especially those which are asMfe 7. 14.%80.400 in 1947.. address of of residence the claimant and ,post and office shall : fS
-never lost 'Jones. 8. About 2,000. b* Bwoni to by tb. claimant, his ., Ii"! Jtlniittlre 'Fziriiisbings4 .
= a friendship. J.
.. E.
.. as the bonds of the Government. With agent. or his attorney, and any svcii COFFEE
-. 9 $2,920 in 1947. I
claim or denuuid nol so filed shall
present high prices the, proceeds of bonds; ,(! PHONE 682
:: 10 82.781 on June 20, when ft* Yole. BULL ?
After reading of (Sd) Albert noreaIret... Jr. :
some the pessimistic. will much"as '
not buy anything as they will the Cleveland Indians played the
As adminUtrator of tile E; tat* of .at
: utterances by leading statesmen we wonder when} the inevitable economic! decline, Philadelphia Athletics. ALLAN Louisa. B.W.CLEARE..... ifOUBen' Jr. deceased- m Grocer* ff69 Fleming St, Cor. Mwgarct St Key West Fk I

: if the nation will manage tQ 'survive* E q? in. Subscribe to Tbe Citizen.. .J.Attorney.. 21; iv.for J- O-i1.2 the Administrator, IMS.. ..11 .rill,. < ., -. '.. p '" .... .
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JESSIE GIBSON f rI I G2C at' Aff WwONf' ...., w.i ut. "?34 .

PI The Citizen Office-51 of tfe* ti149s t4M 1. I : llo...io.t.S.M ,
' tOnes: Rssic'rnc -=-2$2-R i b 's hot,Qi 1arspa: ,
ana it is also 0114 of 'the
most-p/ayed. Now. there's a

Key' West Legion Auxiliary ] new Tartan tee .Bather.- tie
IQik in thy line. Here A. & il. 4F

Entertained Visitors At ltlHl"I I with some predecesons i

Muvor Makes Welmmiwf-, Address: '

State Department, District and song Mrs. Betty Saunders and) :
local officials of the Key; Wes Mrs. Wilhelmioa Harvey for P i 24

American Legion 'Auxiliary i eking the banquet a succe '. 'I
were entertained at a banquet The visitors were welcomed ,I'- : 3z
Saturday night in Duffy's Restaurant -I by Al Mills, national executiveIcoreroitteemani ..,

Division street; ; end.Mrs.. lk-U3{ L
Guests were Mrs. Nell McDonald i t Vance Stirrup tntQistrict I = : a,

state department president I commander; Commander Georz-s ,
cf. the American Legion Auxiliary Allen Warren; of the Key West J t iJI 1 .
and V.-s. Myrtle Trent 'district Arthur Sawyer Post and Mrs. vI t
president. The banquet was :Warren; Past Post. Commencerj Ii I ..
presided over by Mrs. Tessie C. B. Harvey and Mrs. llarveyt I Y z- ; .
Wimmenaur. president cf the George Sikes. chef de Bare and a c' -+' 111 $ :Ik.rL .
Key :West Legion Auxiliary. :; post commander and Mrs. Sikes; : : :
Mayor A. Ma it land. Adams: Mrs. Tessie Wimmenaur, president r
welcomed the visitors and expressed American Legion Auxiliary 6
his faith in such outstanding ; past auxiliary presidents,j
American. organizations -. Miss Gretna McClain; Mrs. Naomi -
.. !. Hyort. Mrs. Adrina Sands. |

Mrs. McDonald, in an address, Mrs. Jose Piodela. Chaplain and! ,
cautioned all to watch carefullyfor Mrs. Fred Dion. Senior. 1' .
any communism that may Albert DiNe ro. past vice commander : -ELMO IINCOIN, 1918WWOW
"creep in." She further warned; and Mrs. DiNegro: Mrs. '
the audience to beware of being .Sybil Brdy.. Ikts. Alice Robinson -
hoodwinked by the so-called Mrs. Carrie Roberts Mrs. -
Amercanism end free-princip.led Eva Warner Gibson. Mr. and |r
names of new organizationspringing Mrs. Casich. Mrs. William Freeman x e

up every day.A Jr.. Miss Richardson of .Miami -. .
dance followed at the Amer- and Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Dewey'

ican Legion Home on Stock Riegs. J
Island. PresidentVimmenaur The state and district officers! x
expressed her pleasure to Mis? 'continued en their itinerary Sunday -
Gretna McClain. chairman: Mrs. morning to vist other posts
George Sikes Mrs. Alice Robin- throughout the state.ProNatal .
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FFTF, Auxiliary ,. Class J

Attend District I Meets Friday .

Miami MeetingMembers The second class of the prenatal -
course being given ah '

of Southernmost V. N. C. C. S. hall on Duval street, II

F. \V. Post. 3911 of Key West and : was held last Friday.
its Auxiliary attended the joint j This course is being given '

session of the 13th district meet- through the cooperation of the '.' '

ing in. Miami Sunday. The commander Monroe County Health Depart- FRANK. l mu-- I 9 8UiYiR: II a f I itNN MORRIS, ;193ffUriW I
of the post: Tony Arthyr, :ment and the La Concha Navy h .
and ,the president of the auxiliary i Wives. A registered nurse Mrs. ,
Mrs." Vanessa C. Saunders, Vivian Andes from the Health I
those attending. Department is the instructor. OF CUSHY JUNKS A1UUKSp Items Of

were There among was a. joint meet ins -in | Mrs. Andes said it is not too __ _& ,.:t .: ..,... ..... ...... _'
the morning from id o clod; to late to register for ths course. Interest To Wont en
noon after which the members Any service wife is eligible to attend j j .
recessed for a chicken dinner. At i and has only to be at the t i s Add a halfcxrp of grated vette -
2 pan. seP'lrate'meetings were :: N. C. C. S. each Friday at 2 p.m. \ *..- : the .jt>mdaTf 2cups -

heldby! the men and women: .. flour recipe for baking

both meetings were adjournedat Editor To Write \'i.. '.": f.'h... ., \. ". 'i.-,..1 Uel tAicuiistmd' bake a* 'usual -
These cheese' biscuits 'arcexcellent
5 p.m. 1 [
Presidng the.women's meeting With a vcgcttbte
qt City'I f
-,;a;' the '13th 'district- presi-i.. ;, AriiclcjQn ,. fruit salad.,...
dent Mrs. Bernice Shuman who, I fJ/ !:}; .
i Claude Verne Talbot traveleditorof'
in A fil, came to Key West to install ; v'T Children e njoy'roifi of'fen
the Cleveland OHio
.the newly-elected' officers ; ) they are cut into tiny slices; the
*'.' Newsvisited in Key West yzster he buttered and
of tl Southernmost Auxiliary. small slices may .
'day fof. Tli >i guest of honor was the spread with jam.
of'article about the city foi his pa-. ,
new! /-installed department
Flor| a V.F.W. Auxiliary pre h per.Mr. To'make toasted: bread crambos
lalbot, of M. E.
a guest
trim the crusts from slice of
Morris She
dent Mrs. Margery; I
| Stutz, a former Clevelandsr now -" Ow ,. slow
was I honored with a son? the! DF 4 stale bread: dry slices in.a
Stutz 'Hotel
hers, ,
war of which were written by 1 wen .they are
was furnished: Im'ormation for .' "'
= crisped but not brawnf'Cru.tl
the cAllister Auxiliary president
his ,
article by the Chamber ofCommerco. -
Mrs. Ann Jado. to the tune 1| |1 y' fine'end silt, before using, if de-
"" Over Four sirPd..
of m LookLnS a i
"I have
visited Miami a half-j -"
Leaf Clover.She was also hon- dozen times the ., -
Jarge. artificial four- during past sev- :: j : Use small,amounts of leftover
ored with a t efal'years Aid hive'never driven :-> '
leaf lover the leaves of which I down to KyVest" said TalboLt vegetables such as peas, carrot
Mrs. Morris ", :' > and snap, beans in a Spanish
wer paper money. t'The Overseas Highway is one of < :':.
told [members cf the Southernmost ; tho'finest.drives,I have,ever oakc :' : "> ;l Sauce for.an omelette far broil

Auxiliary that she hoped -"'<.U1d, the island, of JCey Wast iscnch O1'1 ed fish. .
to b able to attend the district ting ::1
meeting here in October. : Instant coffee is excellent if
used to flavor a mocha filling
Th national encampment '
Vets ms of Foreign Wan will ba 'I Apply To Wed t-"--i and frosting. for' cream puffs or
held nn St. Louis. Missouri, from : -I: eclairs.

Aug t 29 through September" 3. -application for a marrag31 J '- "
Heac iiarters' for tcis event willIark ; license was filed yesterday in Macaroon crumbs are delicious -
be tlmost : Twain HoteL As yet. i the otfice of County Judge Ray-J' fA't Wirepttcto, used as ,a base far vanilla '

no the Key West Post or mood R. Lord by Albert; A. An- CASEJON28. wW "IIIJ of the tam.d'engine ehUVttfc.Csjiacer : custard chocolate custard desert -
,..tbc has made plans to.carnpment. Jt;; la.' 24. of the U. S. Navy and j I i *. ../ ]
W- F. Gsrriclc oj 'tha Ulinci Central; raft ,which _
but Inez Murray 2.6. of 825 Elizabeth -
'i discussed at the street.. t brought her from Little Jackson* Texuu to Chicago.. F t4aY':'W Frost chocolate cookies with

pf the Post and ---T: e I I attend the railroad fair there.T ,. wbi ped.. ; North American* -bJrf Jr jtbst ,- 'p -- --- spread .some ,of the sweetenedcream
the Southern- : have disappeared irecbutlyin-f over the ojtsiae ci the
YE V5. F. y{. Post clude the. Labrador .DUCH. l? ath, --:4t, Experts f'i t-vN fe' Titian. (tltvrtsMODENA stack. Chill in refrigerator for

391, Jay in the Hen Eskimo Curlew, Great Auk several hours., then slice and
Arm ; Passenger Pigeon, and 'Carolina :. JtcJy-r-tAWA cqpy hanging in \1\9;. #.fm nt serve, Ginger snaps are also delicious
\ Faarakeet.LILI141II1. of iaa' opera singer ,here has been. identified, by art.e1"f (Is used this way.
x the;work of the immortal Titian r ,

ClI id? Y The painting, the property of Baritone Vinqenz Giucciardi, !!! Use leftover duck in a rice or

'depicts Christ with a rope around his neck beiag.' dragged:to macaroni salad with celery and lots
"- sweet pickle relish; serve on
lace PcnUus Pilate. / ;;
I of shredded salad greens.
Th "Sea .Fvuge._, A work on a like subject in \e San Rocco church p* Venire:i --
attracted much at let_ had always been deemed to be Titian's, and the oaa head a!: Cook books often suggest ia
homemade candy sal copy. But the expert headed by some o| Italy'most reputable preparing cauliflower. that the
of th* Palace Theatre;la critics recently decided the Modena canvas wo. the prjg- whole head be soaked in cold

day.Th J inol and the Venetian one the copy. ;; salted water for a half hour or

booth was atter c Soon after they passed judgment a group of art lovers, so before cooking. This direction
them ers in their bright I1Io'ith IVORCE front Venezuela was reported to have offered, Guacciajdi J50 is given because the soaking
caps: All candy was sold bT helps draw out insects.
million lire S33.000)
errands for -morel The cluBc t ILL .for the canvas. However, the linger ,
reportsble that there"w U'be a dou-' J P- t them he planned ultimately to pjresenl it to Modem i civic L-:
s pply pf candy at the next museum. four Grocer SELLS Thai Good
sale ui Saturday, August 14, at -- .- '-_. -- ... ,-- -. '.. !!

the s me location. ', e Intimate Glimpses | Luminous moss ia foundgr o-1 I t STAR BRAND
k4i j j wing in damp, gloomy .actec
fJO. $ Scouts To \ Mr.r and Mrs. G. M Gr sham, i and 'old cellars. I AMERCand UBAN COFli'EETry ,
; I.tsj I. I I
G ive UNab l Station, andter laugh. L A Pound Today '

BingQ Party Ratio> afefSwacnanoa. I pdidi trit i v-; bscribc to"b _Citizen, .

Bo Scouts of Troop 233 will ., Tenn.: t t_ -..
give la. ,bingo 'party ,tomorrow' I .. '; DN'r'QGET THE
8 p.tidin the Parish Center..Du- Judger arid'.t'rs. Ray mood; /R.:
val street. Id, end their daughter Car-! Sensational OPENING SALE
Refreshments 11M Division street will
will be served
and 30. prizes, plug '!"II) .Ioorpfine, n to spend a month's va-i. NQVV ON ATPOLLOCKS
will be awarded. North 'Carolina.ussell .
503 Williams nifnfTU
Seeks. DivorceA pewsyesterday \\IWfh4

lilL RusselL who JEWELE
petition seeking a > divol'cc'was usly ill in Victs- is
fi\ed.yesterday in the, office with pneumonia, isimproved ....... \9'- .
of Circuit Court Clerk Ross a
v and er- 5U8
against Sawyej Elizabeth toy;Samuel M. J Crawley.."; Ctawle.')'i soon-pectg: to' be' out' of;:>the hospital. .. ,.Op n.'Every Evening Until 9:08 o'clock1"

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Information for the AiherliscrsfATF.9 53*
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.'.-.'_ : .. .f FOR RKfiVIJIH tad PAI'JlE*
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,. .' . BLACKFACE TYPE Payment for rlaseiftpd acJn;"tfl..
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; .. .. meats Is invariably lnad.anca-t>at
_, < Advertisements under this beadWill regular advertisers with ledger'.*.
: .. be inserted In The Citizen attb counts may have their ache (/*.
.. ... rat of Se a word for ech Insertion meatsbariced.. *
r: ; .. :. ,' but the minimum charge for PIBLICATIOV DRIULIM}t4: !
the first Ii words or lees is JOe. To insur publication,
,\ Tile rate for fclkf.re tn'.,Is ;c. be in The Citizen ufffce beforj
> word. and the minimum charge for o'clock in the murmaf ot IJ
: u. tf,..first IS words Is tie. of (ub1 cation. *"Wlntfe
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....*..e!# All advertising t. accepted unilel' the follo""leg, eonllnonl: s
aT'Dt of error In advertising transient or roatrae" The Citlnn will bt
responsible onlY for the lint insertion ID Cla"ln.. AcherHalac. ail' m
ZJJE: Display '.enlal.c fur only the actual amount of apace occupied bi'. hb
rbt advertiaemeat where the error occars. .
an :art.of.th; 3'_ I' ..
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E.w .?l"tfj. ( 1.----------1 FOR SALE 1:

II .. trailer with screened porch. !
1. Call 1330. jlyl6-4tx ]Bungalow, small store building
.,. qcy 1 I J Ji and lime grove 6n four mea

,.. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS .lots size 50 x 120each, in gQ d.section.

:} i Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. | This'can_be bough pn
o easy terms. Johnson &
yo- I Utilities furnished. Couple only.1 John
(&) Wirephoto via Radio from London Apply 915 Windsor Lane. j _son. Phone 372. $Tl-$
jiyi-u ;
TEN B-29s REST AT' FIGURE'EIGHT',DISPERSAL POINTS at Marham (Norfolk). England 500 sheets 8>3 x ll': white newsprint

I air field. Saturday-after arriving 4sotaMeDgl Field. Fla. by way of Bermuda, The B-23s. Van.-: Furnished apartment new gas! 25c. Artman Press, Citizen
guard of GO Superfortresses 1.' b* flown.to 'England are expected to participate in maneuvers range electric refrigerator continuous Building Phone' 5L" .;:-:'

with. Royal Air force 'planes. during... their-:SWo to four'weeks in England. hot \vater. Monthly ] ,. jly'l

', -- -.,.--. ._ ', 0 Phone 215. j1yl-Uj .

'..............!'..........1. Four apartmentsApply 4111 i Furniture Street. for sale. .No.. jlyl4.e 3, PeaJ.

: .THE : William Street jun28-30tx'-
\ t' friar p( I 174*-speed boat HO,hp. motor.
VE1EJJANS1 ay. Newly constructed efficiency j Will sacrifice. Phone 1391.J

i imtJ ltlI :: .rJli.: : : apartment.tile: bath, All'electric hot water kitchen nicely!,l ;0 jly1T:4

.f "" '' furnished.. Small children ac-| Dull joiner lathe, $130.00 fciar-
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS t i r cepted. .$65 per month. Apply} muth dyed muskrat, fur coaL,
: OF INTERESTTO'VETS: I[ 909 Elizabeth Street. i $120.00. 3050, Harris Avenue'
jlyl'7 "
; :. AiryIto .handicapped, veterans' -If I } jlyIi-3tx- .

: r.i i'-fn f i :many inquiries to the I ,, i < ''we bedroom apartment, 820 ..
'-u... __ Ono used ice box513 wni .
Veterans Adminstralion.
i r i White.
Apply 1321 Newton St.I
j head St., oppoGite Court House.4jlyl73tx.
: : 'answers to These and ? I jly73txFurnished
other:; .questions o ten 'raised 'by ,
veterans are obtained fromhe j c.v :; one-bedroom apart- One
; I Whizzer motor
Veterans Administration ment. Bath large living room.]
.and i iSK '!> 'F igc 3T sale. Apply, '126-JG Poinciana.
electric kitchen.. all ]
published in this column, ::'byThe.. .y < n utensils and Price $100.00. *
.utilities furnished. No JI"l.t'
KeyVcst Citizenas pets2 ) :
) ?service te J
curK veterans. ,.tA"I '. ;, V. 1 < + blocks from beach. Reference i
A't My brother, was blinded 1 Call 753-M. jly9-4tx GENERAL, ELECTRIC REFBIG-
wmlc. m service 'during' :Wo.t'lfI i PERFECT CQNDJ.
Wa -'II. 'la he entitled W aAythlng Furnished apartment adults, no TION. $60. WILLIAM MEY.
'to help him"ovcrtme"hid 1 pets. Conveniences. 6500.:; ERS. LA CONCHA .HOTEL/,
handicap? J.' ,. .. 1214 Duval Street Telephone JI. :o-.it '
::A: A blind veteran .m to:! 1003-W. t|
jly3-6at-tucs-thurs-tf New exhaust fan finest
co.nppnsation for a motor
S \ -< itnet -
'tcd disability may rec \eaV'Gojfernment F' very reasonable. Apply Jack's
f For Bart Overseas Hotel, -917.Fleming
( expense, a guide' : Rent-Large furnished apartment -
it r dv :3ifid various. otber dices 1 all tile bath and shower Street, 1Z to pro.ibsost
,t ,
I L Lcretan '
) oolass; tlD'; e>r'"rcohe electric kitchen 4 rooms and i1
,jili; andlcap. 'J t.' .t'" bath. Apply after'5 p.m., 1019
:Of' If' I o toa p/hate-'phjsl-: Flaglcr St Call 740-R. 3 practically new passenger fires,
tiqn : to' 'determine \";r t.hcf.'J1: jlj20-3tx 65015. Whitewall Good eat.

i. tf fl. 'netd hcspjtal-tfcatmcht cilJprY.cafC., vyillI ,Jh,;gayii7u ( Efficiency apartment and one- bargain. Auto, hnHorne'
D1rf '
} l', tH O HORS'OLD FRIEND Bernard cb"r.rme"
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V .1, p3:*lhb croft of ,th&4pltati 1lt t bedroom apartment Coupler Supply Inge. jly23t!
b.ase.viif.1 >*
cetnsalll4tts Frsnklln D
: Roosevelt places wreath at the I .
only. Paul's Tira
{ :Al>'T1 Go\erniwnr iS iiSj t ftiftS* president's'statue Grosvenor Square London;
the cost of examination*.bxTptv c', ,' ::.'.J- ... ...... jly20-6t 14-ft boat no leaks,!'Reacon b&'.
be >*** L.
vafc Phyflclan oW' "ICQ( ifcaSyfxamiriation. ; Phone 390. ff jl>20-tx
.e e e.r .Ac{!lit tSZr tin had ,ritv ir'. tlhr 'FOR RENT-ROOMS
: 'itj {-M 1. 14r.- 'pripaadlthy) .-:1. 1 Speed Queen washer:, WMzter
[.- iJ ji : .. .. .1s .. Large, airy bedroom 5 windows, motor bike. Call'732-J,. B-t30

: .Vv V?t:Hpw much .tln ertlQ lio eire7M t xi w hot',plate, refrigerator. Phone I p.m. <* jly20-Stx

'rj: t8j.ctt: to, colnplcte.in 'Pb.t'I 813-R. 727 Eaton. jly20-3U '
< tk4pnder the prO, .lt\OJ1 .: .:") :':' t FOR RENT-APARTMENTS tone $0.00.. Aj,ly 710 ,Bakers I

s .*tTtl.r cducat.. .. jt etl lI r' : .. AND ROOMS, Lane. {! jly2Q-3tx
refit 'ro\Tided in Ith e' .S iVl C's-f _:4t
men's'Readjustment! ,Act ,(G:' The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming TWO-ROOM CABIN. EASILY
Bill). must be completed 9 years. 1 tx Street has an efficiency aptand MOVED. ONE-BOOM llxlt.
after July :"i. 1947. > 'several sleeping rooms vacant PRACTICALLY NEW. MUST
r (?;"What is maximum period -1 Low weekly or monthly BE SOLD BEFORE WEDNESDAY I
'ot !training a disabled veteran rates. jlyl-tl NIGHT. WILLIAM MEY
ma..V' receive underline provis ERS. LA CONCHA HOTEL. .
ions',of the :Vocatibi- > t,"Rehabilitation -: FOR RENT-COTTAGES jly20ltMust '
1 I
Act? -
is Furnished"cottage, 'Commissary sell Bendix.home ,1.ai i
A: .Four years the.jnaximum. near -
hut' Veterans Administrationmay I ,. Apply 704 While St dry, $1,200 plus six nt try ,
I. Leaving August 1st '1012, Division '
extend the tune if factors jlr193txSman
in .my case warrantjan additional Street. 1 i jly7-U. ,I
period for the rehabilitation of furnished cottage. suitablefor CARS
th<5'disa.blcd'etl'ran.. ra couple and one child., Ap- FOR SALE-USED.
,ply 1306 Division Street. Is
: ItIt.. ; \ii :FaislYlrigaftrrthcr in-I jly9-6t Model 1940 Ford panel truck,.Apply |
4Ia '\i to itonalwtit veterans bcne-. Perez Bros. Bakery,1023 1

(1 \3} vc :their questions, .. i\-' WANTED TO BUY White Street- ''';3U30' 1 tiS -
tjic Dearest a :: ..
p ansfceretf'by writing .
w V *.Regibnal; Office.) ; rtr House. $3,500 cash. Rest terms. Ford truck tone jwbeel; --.'..
not over $50 month. Notify H. stake body .Very 4goodtrfct
: nii5ircrt7 'stilts : C. Williams 710 Baker's Lane. chanical cenditiO.Sc.Jt't.Chas. !
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.; .lWus wise SNUG' FIT-. Joke Van Zw ienen. 7. eels fitted for wooden HELP WAHTED-MALE
,7' I '.,shoes b;, her father who makes them at, Lekkerkerk. BollaD.d.: 1939 convedbJe; SaBe'With' i
4f pac>a shoes arc la demand-because of leather .b rta '
a <
ctdon't radio. -B-
Automobile Ap
tltl if'tbclie\cyuu'\know; the paint and body maILApply ": J'. y. -
meaning of the word *court- .. ,.:.-.. --- --- -- in writing. P.O. Box GrtnneM: Strom. 41y20-4tx I
sliip," said the designing young STORAGERed '346. Key West jlyl9-3t '.0 Che'' l se3angine ., i ,
woman. : !an':{ overhal.Jf

-Don't I?" replied the wary 'Iiiii! I Brick Storage Co. Furniture HELP WANTED-FEMALE la a ., -' j1y20-3tX r.

young man. "Courtship means or commercial. Phone 798. .
running after a woman till she jlyl-tl Wanted-Steno-clcrk vith some -d CkiZlb f"1J1
catches you." I knowledge of general office 7montnnreet.: $. S 'St.
7 work. Apply in person or k4-. : 3i719-3tx
I MISCELLANEOUS ter to Office Superintendent --1

I"'tcresliug..No.tcs Public Instruction. 2nd Fteor.. ,. GARDEN AND'LAWN
County Courthouse. 7it ,.\.' &* SUPPLIES {
and ; .
Washers '
r I I Irons, vacuums 0 '
Pisa, Italy, is a medium sized_ fans repaired. O'BriaLt, PhontU61M. + .
cotton manufacturing center. Salesladies (2), neat s MI. Monterey superstrengthf
Jiyl'tf experienced ) _j cord hose watt't kink.
a'} -dreat Salt Lalic Is the largest t I anent snarl or snake. Special. $8.9i

?QH r bids; t>f concentrated ,brine in .- Floor sanding done by experts Spanish. at Key West Garden and Lh n
'Ake ,world. ,' i Free estimates given. Phone' ity Jewelers Supply 911 Fleming 51.
I' 13,.'ot.call at 701 Caroline St 3t fly..03tShing
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!' .' < ,, U,. S., match users today get t t .4f; 1 --' '
free about two out of every, five
I fil ft.. rnUrt.es that are consumed Caroline 'Shop; 223 Ann Street New

A lft .t .,- wiiL-remain open through July'with ,
Saccharin increasing, stock of _
is several hundred :newinefpi t'
} .JrJU 4iinea fleeter: than'common,cane r \ 'iS'e colons for slipcovers 4 TY. mtb BEAUTY t b
.... and draperies. Front 10
!. ****. .or. .beet.. . ,. 2 rt'to' ancl ( '
S.daily, except
,,..... ... Asphalt Tile Floors"ASTICA '
; e*Double base gunpowder is4that i Saturday, afternoons. ".. .
made from both nitro cellulose ;" jtY6-1. -,

"nitroglyccnn. ,. No. 3
Public stenographic se :.;
There are -cows for' available. Mrs Houstoa,fl .
v''I'll> I .
every tour,families in the United Dpi!?pACX EVERYTHING. .. 103, Coral Hotel Apts., Eliminate Waxing Easily Applied '"and -
States. "- 'TaJn ,.Jt/y'-wko* you seed: for Post Office. '
:, ,: ,, s .. -b pao r*rdcation.'Fxcess lug. r Dries Quick To A Glossy NonSkid Finish

In.1947, more than 20,000 owls "' 't .a:ua". burden. Outside white paint SOLD BY I
were. killed by farmers and hunt- enamel, inside e
era.-., Heap seedless .g P-in the gal. Hardware, toyS .
;boll w""f a pear half' and. serve appliances. Complete Ifi -'So- Key West Floor Covering CoX,
About 200 varieties of :owls "With salad .gr ens and cream may paint and supplies. Doherty .
inhabit the earth with 18 .diffe ,.cheese;/Di.l'elnshing summer I Hardware,-84& Olivia corner 132 DUV L STREET PHONE l4H *
rent'kihds in the United States, ,dessert. .N- ., I' Packer,.Phone I53J. jlyl9-tf '" <<
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Motor Court : : : ................................. ...... "... ..r; *jr?....">..t.*..' .. -!..... .......... ............a..............aa.a...

1., Ownership 909 Simonton-Management St. : :: 718 DUVAL Nice Selection STREET of' GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. PHONE. 1000 ::. ..II It iS El n c tI 1. _&--* WE W E REPS SELL '.fnli: .i.,... :':-,,":.-.p-, ': ': POOR OLD CRAIG E

, .;. of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : fl We WilllCaU F.oro'- d D4et,: : 1 :1"V 'WhlltSIAR Service Station "t

: Beginning Monday, : : SEE OUR : : 30 Y.ars" Exp rLacs: Ia 17 drlcal.lli/grTj ..' .
: .Electrical i Appliances : CLEANERS: 4. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE tlUFtMcU :
: 1'Jlh SHOWING of .
-.t.. July ................::.........................e...a. i LCCCUi:. $ 211 Dnr.1 S feet .5 '.( :'Marco> ';Iaisat Jr.'Prop., : : end Division Strata ,; i.

WILL BE CLOSED .......:.....:..::................ eeeeeeeeeee :: "EtEQtRtC. .TEiEPHOJaV_ : .r I 5 .'.nt! DUVAL.STREET : Tires Tube Datterie+ Auto Acmtoriee-' ,.<
. 1 I Until September i. HOME'SUNDRY STORE! i I 1.Jr. ..' .'.. !..'.,4-...vh"....--*rU..*..-e.,-;.*..'..-.;*?eeee. -.. ..eeteee fj I flU, .SIMONTON. ..::.......:..- STREET :. ......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"....a.......
t vi..H.i ....: i t ei..... >eeeee* e*> ': TD/y'Cleaning : .. .......................................... '
, + THE BEST OF STEAKS 1207. DiYisiOrfjIT. NEAR COIL;WHXTjr J! .. ,.r; .
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Tropical Drinks and : "p RITD! ;: wdPressing24HOUR
t. .. RUS-SJL'SLi
Tempting Fresh Fruit : ."Your' Patronage InYUedi' :1 SERVICE : SERVICE
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t "It Pies will be available ; '. M ti -': ; l':' .. .. r,..'Piclc-Up and : ;
in September at. . Ice Cream a Proprietary: ,dicW'. S "' :, ;'a' .FUNER#-\l' ,.:: ... JJelivMvService" -NOW AVAILABLE-
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Court : : :a.,.,1t. .. -" DRYr'GOO' DS't. = R6 d and Q
Benny's Motor : Sick ttooin. Supplies .SchoolSupplies ;" .' -"- f ? 1f- : urrs.for THEN : 0 Cleaning Repairing: Flushing .
.........60............... : '\. 21..'!'.; -: : t 1106- 'oLi'i1A- : :
: Toilet Preparations and Articles *' : HOmE? 1: .... iTAEETPHOHE3t3 ,i ind;WOME N : AUTO AND
;., ., .............:.... .. ..!....................... 'Ot 't'..";: .j -;. ale-totIiisure\ : TORY.'S BODY SHOP : f;

r ...................... .... LeI Those.Serre >-? _+, ;: ;I '--PHONE.:2S2Na : : 603'OS GREENE STREET : .

S : r..KiuMFOR' and; i ss..i Who Serve_? Best Jr.-- ; + Specializing!, **. .e.'.,'u' e'e_ee\ e-.e'e,e e e e e e i ,...............................i.............
Si GOMEZFURNITURE STREET' : WE HAVE NEVER : ** ill 'i J.t.eee.a/eae' _ee'e! e'eeeeeee'f'l it s...........................................; '
-220 DUVAL s
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: : Exclusive Monroe County forCarrier :;' : 'e'e': vomen.S. : ',..d. ''t '" '. CAROLYNOverseas SIIOPPE
S CO. WE NEVER. WILL ; : S"J : : \I t
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: 720 DUVAL STREET i Air-Conditioning i 1' r ".t; < 'P' EII : Hotel 819 Fleming St. .S ..:.'
: Juvenile Furniture : Ambulance Service f'J: : ChildreitiTelephone ? t. 'c' + : ; DONALD BARBER :

HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : : for Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : ; ;. :' .:- : fU r era!" Service i : We Specialize In : tli',
/ ) : : ...Y....................... .....................: Uenr Sleep : :. APPare. ,! _l.a 'r_" :...t, 'I 'iit'htb.' ,acI' fits, Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing :
: Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ...........................aa....0............... ..................i'".'.'j........'...age, .. ..g. r;!\.H''f., .' ;' :. Phony 175. ALL TTPR* OF HKLKfl" .KS CVRTraPtrstrasa 5'
o Axminster Broadfelt : .. .. ................a.:..!................o 0"4"..i'. i i rLi n8etI. 'Funeral<:. .............................ca. ..WA..> ...a.......-

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THEIR CONTESTSCleveland In Class B
WIN V .. StandingsANGUIERA York physician, mventor-manu-
I facturc-r of the first practical pn-

--.;.-- -_ socking machine, born in Ridge
Takes Washington ; : IS CLOSE BEHIND ,
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Anti Ph iJall'lphiaj' ; .j I ALTHOUGH DON 1830->:sari: Janauschek tbc
How They StandIsland D; :amE'dm r&(.II artrt-s pf her

Wins Two From White i HITS .'''IIN 2CW1'ESTS i Ur Utu. Paso i 1 day born in'Pragx'-. Died in
j : I ? New York. Nc\ 23, 190-1.
SoxBr 1332--Alexander L. Hi llcv,
City Senior x : New York scientific writer }nl l

_.. .. !i I Baseball League builder of tho first
< Th *laC. Prr i Batting in the Class I Bevenxrl
I!I', (Municipal Stadium) averages
NEW YORK. July 20-Clevel !!f Club- W.: L. Pet. '1"B."_ Softball League, up to and !l sea plant. U.m Lakeville. C
l "d and Philadelohia continue jiiieir j!t Pirates ,._.- ._ --_------1 ; 0 1000, |J'including gzytieof Friday, July Died Jan. 29:!' 1M 2.
.. 1 } 16, she wthat tlorner M leading 1833-John Auga"tm Da\\ the
winning ways in the, Clown?' 1 0 1000 .
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j i e famed New York ilramati: po>
American League. The Indians 'rU. S: Marines __ 0 1 .000 I 1r tb haters ,with rtneuirfa: close r l
'Uucer cf playa awl rrcttiye! .*..rtist -
bf iQOf tha Ar; <
Naval f Air Station 0 1 .000 r regulars, n;-
defeated Washington- Senators! : n szwi ,I ton is a clo& thrd: 1 1"i ; born at Plymouth, N. CX U e-l 1

76.vhile the Macks won twice j j i| Inland City Baseball League The averages,' as released by ; June 7, ISM.
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I' 1&4 Talcott Wiltoim. Plnla}
from the Chicago White Sox, G-OI j i Army Barracks Field) 'Official! Score kerprr. Pedro Agui-' -
(U Ipjiia.: jourtialiet. -edilnr. tins
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and 64Pamell. :
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pitcher of the Boston I,Sub ton Four ......-- _uu_ 61 .837Atomic *.PJaprAR R II Av< | cH rect Gr vi th.Cohinabii: Uimer.ity
Red Sox l let the St. Louis Browns i I Bomber ,_u_-. 6 2 .734: 'I homer YX-1 __ 40 12.I. !} ..4,75Hycner < School d Jourrtabnm: bornin
down with six hits and his' Conchs ___ __ 3 5.375 VX l Turkey cf American paronte).
won ? -I 4.0. lZ 19 .4.75 co,IF(? vsmin ratioaiaj ere l::zt: Died Jan. 2... 1926.1850Richard .
game. 41. New York Kankees I Scorpions '. _=nm __. 04, .000 t. Dion EC 27 8 12 .444 wListliV in their Sunday tea-. J. Reynolds:; th.
and the Detroit Tigers started I s.r A lluiera. EC 31! 13: 17 ..433I 't ft& cant i:''vid! -up-< last night but got rained. out. It Flcrida-imernanonal: .k I P?rkiI KMS l2 6 ,45 there! ain't econj; : ofr:* the name born in Patrick Gu:a13 -
was no contest ( Baseball League i Arrington, VX-1 49 14 18- .400 ,
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Pittsburgh Pirates won from,J Club. W. L. Pet I l .M1)) WirtphotosMEL ,. R. Garcia. EC __ J8 5, 7 .388* TODAY'S UIRTIIims i ya. July 29, 1918.

i the Boston Braves, 1.0, last Havana 67 3ft 650 ,FJei ;.;, KMS 51 18 19 .372 'I
night. It was the only night game Tampa 62 39 .614 OTT (Uftj. resigned a; manager Piths New York Giants shakes hands with Leo Dutoxlir | F.. Swecui. KMS .41 12 13 .357 (Know America) Modern fishes, of which about
scheduled. Brooklyn and St. f J Lakeland h 53 49 .520 who quit a> m.aaagefof: the Brooklyn Dodgers to succeed: Olt Burt Shottpn ((astreme righH becomes I Crandall. W-l ___ 17 1 6 .352 Justice Wily B. Rutledge cf 20,000 species are recognized

Louis,were rained out. New York St. Petersburg 52 49 .515 : manager of the Dodgers in place of Durt chef. Shotton was pulled out of semi-retirement' 'Pazo, EC ____ __ 63 822, 543 the U.S. Supreme Court, born at may and most be regarded as the latent
Giants had 18 hits off three I Miami Beach 51 53 .490 a year ago by Brooklyn and led the team to the National League pennant ,after Durecher was Ricks Nil 56 17 19331 specialized membersof
Cincinnati pitchers yesterday I I West Palm Beach *fl 58 .442 suspended by Commissioner A., B. Chandler. At the beginning o| this season, Durocher.replaced.: Rodriguez. EC __ 51. 1Q 17 .333 Cloverport Chapman, Ky.Re\ercomb., 51 years ago K race that had its beginnings ,

and whipped the Reds 14.2. The i Miami i -. 43 57 .430 Shotton as managcr'cf the Dodgers. rfenke, NH 63 9 21 ..313Meador. UJS. senator from West Republican Virginia some 450:) years ago
Philadelphia Phillies won 5-4 Fort Lauderdale 35 C8, .340 : Kl I S, 35- 11 13 .3'21 born I
in Va..
Covington, 53 Moss
---- ---- plants sometimes form
from the Chicago Cubs. The Kelly KMS 58 18 19 .327
scores: a Major Baseball- Leagues t F..Lastres: KMS 22 5 7 .31C: years Dr..ago.Herbert E. Bolton of the the start birthplace out of streams rivulets which'.
AMERICAN LEAGUE: Veterans Defeated By GjosbVV-1 29 8 9 .:.3.10llebriouez as tiny seeping
University of California:
NATIONALClub The Weather famed from a huge bed of moss
tI EC 5a
Night Game I ; 13 U, .305 American historian, born at Wil-
R Ii. E. W. L, PcL .** EC-Elks Club. ton Wis-, 78 years ago. i
Cleveland 713.0' Boston .. 50 33' .602 KMS. }Kanwur's. Men's. Maj. Gen. Albert M. Jones
Brooklyn .. ..4(& 33 ..513 Bob's Sport Shop. Boys FORECAST Shop:
Washington : C 16 (0 t -- I hero-prisoner of the Philippines s, go the FASTEST way
Lejnon, Kleiman, Christopher: SU Louis 41 '395tt,I I Key West_ & Vincimty: Partly Vj:1-VX- Flyers born in Quincy, Mass, 58 yean
Paige..Zold lk. Bcarden and Megan -. Pittsburgh .41 ::39 ::513 NI-Naya1( : Hospital.
New York :i KANTOR'S ,MEN'S SHOP''ft cloudy with occasional showers. ago.Ernest 47 minutes toMIAMI
4039 ;500
; : Ferric, Scai borough and: : .' ; -------- Hutcheson of Nsw York.
Evan I, philadelphia 40 44 41 ; .J! Gentle to moderate southeasterly Packers' Records famed pianist: born in Australia,
I),Cincjnn A 38 46 .452 ,BEATEN> .BY. VX-1 FL.Y-, [,Two Softball t winds Continued-: warm. s Most\ inning,; pitched-Griffon 77 years ago.
Night Came 1 I l,Chicago 35 47 .42 7 4 j _Florida;V,Partly cloudy with 107. Hancock and Roberts 70 Dr. Carl R Woodward. presi-

R. II. E. AMERICAN ERS IN PARK CAME Games scattered afternoon and evening each,. Harris 69,. :Bremmer: : 60. dent of the Rhode Inland State $715 plus
Philadelphia 6 11 0 I Club- W. 1. PeL Tonight thundershowers through Wednesday '_ Most stri.keouts-Rob.rts ,60, Colleg3, born in Tenent, N. J., 58 / tea
Chirogo. 070 Cleveland 50 30 .62j: LAST NIGHTTwo i i i S Griffen 39. Bremmer 397dost years ago.Stanley.
Fowler and Gut>rra, Grove, Philadelphia 53 35 .CO:! I i SubRon Four and Adam f East Gulf & Jacksonville' thru meri walked-Griffen 8VQ"Neil C. Allyn. president of 28 cities in 11 states
Popish and Tn'sh.Night New York : _0_ u .47 34 .580 very good interesting'ball Florida Straits: Gentle to moderate 64, Bremmer 62. .. the National Cash Register Company -
Boston I games were played last at Dairy: will tangle tonight at Bay-; southeasterly CALL 1084
winds \
45 36 .55 6 mostly : Less earned runs-Off Roberts born in Madison. Wis., 57
Game Detroit .4141 .500 : Bayvew Park. In both games i: view Park in the first of two over southern portion and 9. 'off Griffen 12, off Walker 15, years ago.; or your irate!agent

P..H.K Washington 35 47 .42 q the club rated Philadelphia 6 9 1 St. LOuis --- 29 50 .267 In the first game, Vets broke'{I: The clubs will be; trying to portions this afternoon, tonight ,H.i- Off Walker 12 off Vil1 .- of the McCrory Stores, born
Chicago 470 Chicago __ ,_ -_ d. 26 53 .329 the ice and scored the first run' keep out of the cellar. A win and Wednesday. Partly cloudy i real 25 off C.Valdez 33 off Tynes in Pike County, Ga., CO years t
Marrhildon, and Franks; Wight I in. the second on a hit batsman !'1 for SubRon will put the Sailors weather with scattered showers I 42.off Bremmer 74. ago. 1
Moulder and Robinson. Softball LeaguesClass a wild pitch, and a fielder's : a half-game ahead of the Dairymen -: and thunderstorms. 'Won and Lost-Hancock won

I! choice. Bob's came right back i.I i and a victory for the Adams' ,No: small\ craft or storm warnings 1Llost 0; Roberts won 9, lost 1;. 3; Harris won 6. lost 5;; Valdez
Night Game -A" and scored one on a hit, a wild i outfit will shove them up to have been issued.Report. Griffen; won 7, lost '9; Bremmerwon won 2. lost 2; O'Neil won 2. Ion j jWe're j!
R H .E. Club- W. L. Pet.Bob'i pitch and an error. j[within three full gamas: of the "j 3,lost 11; Tynes won 2, lost 4; Walker lost 3; Villareal lost 2..,(
Boston 470 Sport, Shop 21 1 .955 Vets scored one more in the Veto... f ,j ,- '

St. Louis __ 160 VFW ". .11 12 .478 third a hit batsman and two erj j 1 Brernmer'and-tViJUrqal will} be 'key"' } ,
Parnell and Tebbetts; Sanford, :rAdajns Dairy no ,__ 7 15 -:318SubRon rors. Bob's again tied it'jin the'f the rival 'J ,tcltes ill thus 'battle,J West, 34-"y! 2Q. 1948Observation'taken '"

Bi ran and Partee, Moss. 4 '.. -__ 5 16 .238 third on a walk, a stolen base the former tossing 'em ova:! for; ( ,at City, .Office.
** t I :8.30 AJ& EST)
Class B" SubRon. I
and I |
a single. i ,
.1'i ,\'Lai-- W. L. Pet thef t, In the second*gahJe| i Jof<* 'Temperature
Night Game : In the fourth. Vets scored tti3:
yesterday ::___ .___. 91
Club 12 8 *
.600 night. Elks Club will Na-
R. ii. last two runs for them. ,A hit play buildingONE'
_VX-1 Flyers 12 9 .571 val Shoulcl Ihe Elks Lowest kut night ,: -- -; 78
Nf'w'York 2 "| batsman an da homer by Myers r .Hospijal. -
Mean : ,_ _.:..
Kantoia Men's Shop 11 10 .524 'out" lop they ll'b' *- -a.- -- 84
come \
Detroit .0 I the only hit allowed by Roberts. on> a
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Normal 84.'j
*Naval Hospital 6 14 .300:I i ahead .
(Called at End of IxL Ram) In the fourth. Bob's won the game of the VX-.l fly- I '

Hiller and flora. ;; Trout !'and. game on four hits, a 'walk and erS buf: "if Jhfey losath. ti--W11!! Total" Last Precipitation 24 .
hours .02
Swift;. Magnesium 15, the lightest an error, and added three for ,'drop into a tie wrtA)\ IheFlyers. Tote- ] this month -" 2.16 ins.ins EVERY 4S SECONDS -
metal. "knownVie. ; good measure in the fifth. Joe Lewis 13 slated to oppose .
Ex $ this raonth32 i1SI .
NATIONAL LEAGUE At bat, Acevedo and Roberts nes. ,l.c-on> the&mo5ut,.r ..,'nthissetfoy I To al jhiS'year= 'u 19.84 ins.Erfcea .

Night Game hit three safely ,and Cadaso hit J this] year .J 4,19 lus.Relatf.q -- .
R. H. E: Vet two. i| I rI.
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Pittsburgh 110 0 lays In the field, Villareal, Walker} *. I *; 4; *f but
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Boston 070 and Santan werethe best for : City ,Recreation 3rn;; ... ,
Ostenmicller and Kluttz Sam For the losers Norton r'
winners. -
TO VA L" : l 4 _
and Masi in 'left and ; *
played great
t tR.Jj.E a game : (Sea Level) &30 A.M.
Means at short. .;
Program, J 30.04 ins.-1017 J mbs. i
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New York _ 14 18 1 e Oil 200 0-4 1 C i Tomorrow'*' Almanac
PERMANENTAPDRESSSERVKE Sunrise __ __ ___ 3.m..
Cincinnati 270 Bob's .-_ 011 430 x-9 13 2!| ,
Jansen and Cooper; Peterson, NUMBER' Sabola and J. Villareal; Robetts' SOFTBALL'Bayviely Sunset : 716pm.:
Hughe, Cress and Lamanno. I IR CLAIM NUMBER and Walker. ', Park. .Night I I|i Moonrise 8:07: p.m.

I INSURANCE: NUMBER Home run: Myers; three-base j TONIGHT Moonset ._ _n._ __ 6:05: a.m. 'no-'

II. H hit: Roberts; stolen base: Barber;,, First Game-Adams Dairy vs..
.. '. DATE.OF BIRTH SubRon 4.. TIDES
Philadelphia 581 hit by pitcher: Baker, Valdez and f
Chicago 4 11 1 Maslens: struck out: by Roberts, Second Game Naval Hospitalvs. j Tomorrow ss
Leonard and Seminick; Lade, 6, by Sabola 2; bases on balls: off!i Elks Club. J (Naval Base) KAISE SS
Borowy and Walker. J I r ?( Roberts 2, off Sabola 3; time off k THURSDAY I .Eastern Standard Time) fast
game: 1.10umpires- Villareal First Game-SubRon 4 vs.
i II Low
Brooklyn and St. Louis, postponed and Griffen. I V.F.W. : : .
rainColumbia (I Second Game-Kantor's Men's!: *11-07: p-m.: 441: p.on.
In the nightcap,-aKntor's Men's j Shop vs. Elks Club. _
Venezuela, Equadorand Shop outhit the Flyers two to.. FRIDAY- ADUrnONAL TIDE .DATA enough
Panama cover nearly a million I! one but did not come at.the right { First Came-Bob's Sport Shopvs. i deference Stations Key West .
square miles of territory time. Three homers were the I II Adams Dairy f- Tim of|Height of

with_about 18,000,000...people.__ t[I downfall ,Kantor's. 1.I" 1.i, Second Game Jfeval. .. HosBitll. Station; Tide [high watt? G
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-- In the first with two on. Cus- vs. VX-1. BaUa Honda' \ -S

. WIN PUBLIC LINKS, TEAM liE' I"sons poled one out of the lot. 1. 'JULY 26- (bridgeob'10m:: 00ft, for .

In the third, Horner hit one First Game-Naval.Hospital. ? f$ No Name Key', "'.< '
: I and in the fourth Arnngton.Kit Kantor's Men's Shop.I (east end) ',-+2h'2 Jn "
:'i one for the circuit. Kantors I Second Game-SubRon 4 vs. Boca Chica "" ,-.: | '. 'i .v: .- -
I scored one m the first on :a.'bunt. j Bob's Sport Shop t A iff,I '(Sandy Point)-Oh'40mCaWes :; IF R
a sacrifice hit and one error. JULY 27- f Channel America'
I In the second, on a homer by '1- First Game-VX-1 vs. Elks. (north ,end) _+2h 10m 41.4 ft :
Meader, 'a triple by Barber, in Club. iI *i- oOo

the fourth a fielder's choice Barber I I Second Game-Adams Dairy. NOTE:

r' t ,ta, came home and a walk. a dou-, vs. V.F.W. (-) MInus sign: Corrections
E Er J bl? by Kelly and singles by Las- II I to be subtracted. F

tres and Fleitas crossed three JUNIOR SOFTBALL ; (+)-Plus sign: Corrections\ to
runs over the plate tQ< give Kan- i Barriew Park. Afternoon I be added.

I tor's,: a one-run margin. But in I, and Morning I II' (Q fe!)-Hour.m .'
the fatal fifth Henson 'walked Daily play. Ir ( )Minute .-
i iI DeRose bunted safely and a U ft .
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it walk to Honree and an error, flanks...........you go a aIn
and two runs crossed the plate, I
enough to win the.bAll game- I I i Bayview, Park. 'AltemGODftt" Man is nearly always involved lust two y.*re w 'y, built and sold TIIESEAR TIlE M
At bat Barber: hit two. I and Night directly W imdit :\lY. W more flue can than any other new IN AMERICA nsd-ur'-
In the%field, Homer De hose i I Daily play. I f the, causes- that made birds ex manufacturer in automobile history. owners in two bilion
I It ; 'IBeau.
played best for 'winners ,and ; =
a .. plent/of Americans InsUton
Why Because America fell in love with
Kerr, Solomon Lastres were. the SKATING : and value
t comfort convenience style +
the KAISER and the FRAZER tight.
best, for losers.Score Barriew: Park. Night i i tinct.BROADWAY' on traditional leaders had to"move ov*r"-
I Folk into Kaiser-Frazer
1 R. IL E. are streaming
: FRIDAY il Kai r-Frazer became the fourth :
j i t
l iI showrooms and learning from
I Kaltor's1" 110 130 0-4 9 1 7.00: to 9:00: P.M.BASEBALh. present large manufacturer of motor can: intlugworld
tv I owner how dependable these two treat
VX-1 301 120 x-"l -4 1 t in two short yean.Vtby .
E. Sweeting and Fleiias; Hen-: I!II CIGAR cars are.They're learning-/mm people .
son'and Damanis. I STORE whu drive them-how wait? Enjoy your new car this '

T Home runs: Meadjor, Horner I I Municipal Stsd3iuz. ,,r "JUDOqD t s built. how ecooc '&. summer You'll get fair treatment and ,.-
4 .t r Cussons; three-base.ISUNnAY1... 61QBASEBALL f.1T al t etCoMPLISK brow much Joy there Is highest, fru e-i17' lJow nce. :

?t hit,.Barber ;two-baoe hitiKellyl] I I FirstXaBveWJaval A ir Station .

I r r {struck out: by Henson '5.. by I I and 1 .&:lifarimes.-: : I .; :
i Sweeting 2; bases On balls: off' $ecgpd.Garsie--Clowns, and Pirates. : 1Ia: -S- F. '
'I'Sweeting 2. off Henson 3; um; [ : { ; : '
pires: Griffen and Vilareal; SCOT- Army Barracks Afternoon

.- t.ertguilar.. SUNDAYTo SCOREr Eastern Auto & Home Supply : tsioa SL-Pkone! 418-Key West
I To be announced. I .
(*) Photo Moss has been found growing I Whidden Motor Sale, Inc. E. E. Price L Garrison Motor Sales, Inc.

THE NORTH C.ROLIN4PU.LIC LINKS GOLF'TEAM eeiebrale I in an old hat abandoned highin Moscow is the only place _Rb1 A'', sI- ci ,Coral Gables. Fla. Ins S.W. 8th !StJ. BRai, Fla. Fort Mrers. Fla.
victory in National Public Links"team play with a triple the Alps by a mountain .where a foreigner is permitted, : '
handshake at the North Fnltop course ia Atlanta Saturday. Leftto climber to observe Soviet life. I Cigars and Cold Tropical Motor Car Co., Inc. Lowry's Motor Sales Falrdoth Motor Sales, Inc.
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right: Avery Beck of Raleigh. Aubrey Turrentine of Durham. I The Egg-eating- Snake--of South Up to comparatively recent II Fort Lauderdale. Fla. : Miami Beach: Fla. Delray Beach. Fla. '

and Clarence Alexander of. Raleigh. The-trio posted- winning th and West Africa feeds'' exclujsively 'times, bleeding was the doctor'!' Soft 'Drinks -1 V-M Motors Gautier. Motor Sales Sugarland- Motors Wallace Motors, Inc.
total of 223.. / (j upon es.. chief way of treating disease*'* :Kollrwood Fla. Homestead Fla. J
.: C1.wiston.Fla. Writ Palm Beach. Fla,
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I r.J1Unnr.mnIltmW.:1I'Imnmc.ruuh! .: TheOBSERVATIONS: : :+ :: : l. 'r STATES RIGHTERS DEMONSTRATE FOR; .,THURMOND t.i rl.itr-"I'.ttI I.ir'IIIIIII.if. .lIl".4T"14

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OF I A FOOL 1 1fleOR1l > .
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By ILL LEEtlpmnpplSUtUIIIUAaIpUtis4G1 : .
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Clem C. Price, former president + i Ii. ,
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of the Key West Chamberof \ ,:,' .. :1
Commerce, has returned '
just ..
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from a long motor trip, filled <. t "' I
with the idea; that i if Key Wet: '
had a ferry as good as one he '
rode on in Puget Sound we k-' ) 1f 1fx Y ; l

would be much: more prosper- 5i
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I ous.With Mrr. Price, Cie-n dnva V '
., up to Seattle and: then. boarded e Y {3- : I
I a ferry which carried; him to J YA .
Port Angeles end Victoria, British t. ;; : .
Columbia.) It was an over- l J _
night. trip and the PdC 'S say ) I i .. %e
enio"M it. .
t they thorouplv 1 S .
"We matte! the trip \o the:' Chinook 1r i' + ,
A new ferry just completedlast I :
year," said Ciem today."The .
vessel is 325 feet lcng and is :1 ; S ;.
powered by diesel-electric; en- : ,: '
gine?: It carries:: 125 automobiles f I Ir
and 300 passeneers. It has 100 I

staterooms for the overnight trip z. ,
from Seattle. I

"The purser told me it cost ._- .. ._. .- ._-- .
$2,000,000. I can well believe "
that because all of the appointments j' (&) Wirepfcolo t "
of the vessel are ultra- (i .
modern. There are three main WITH SOUTHERN: STATE: STANDARDS and a Confederate flag waving: States Rights Demp-' i .
all I crab put on a turbulent demonstration after Ihs nama cf GOT. J. Strom Thurmond "South S
salons cn' the upper deck enclosed .r
with glass I|i Carclina was placed in nomination as their can diiate: for President of the United States, I' .

"It is a seagoing vessel. If we --- -- _..- --- -- -.- ._,.-----.---' -.- ----'- .
had something( like that in Key t ,
West this town would really de irILL 'YOU SMILE? SQviet I9us >o i does t1ot. belong ;" t .
velop. You can't be at the end I! ,Wlq fJIkiqJW t to the*. International! LaborQr.. 0
of the road as we are, and grow I gani. ation. .
Exception By Clu Psclso5r r tAlmost S I'SI. '
and be prosperous. |i I y "" /1" "" 1 U4' :rsIr ;.
"Until we get adequate: trans- .80 percentof the shipsof .' '
portation toHavana we will .To A l Rule j, the Great Lakes, were bUilt .. ..
I never be able to :attract: tourists. I before 1918. ..
They want to know what is in "Do we always need collateral J' :
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if reach Ha- b ? tF .
Key West they can when we borrow money? asked '
vana. It is UD to the people of the seventh grade teacher. .I .
Key WE'st0 keep talking of the "No, ma'am" replied the sober I I .
i ferry system. We ('crtainyneed} student who seemed realty toI i I
it." I know all the answers, "not when w American writer .
So say we all of' us. I i we borrow from relatives." Twf Hny lapahl leah4 printer patriot, ,
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The Chamber of Commercethis i The earth's diameter is roughly F, sri ALL VITAMINS 5 eI eId
week started to keep a tallyof i 1ff known to b< essential to hoeuattuidoo 1 and .
8,000 miles: and its circumiference j diplomat physicist T
all visitors who enter the 25,000 miles. ] ,plus fives tad iroa.rr M.i
Jackson Square building looking I i L "Socialism and incentive mix I $2.59 a s$ +., o
for information. = f About like lard and cider. R.mem-' tae $7.95GARDNER'S
office and then out smiling. He worked at Army
"We find that we will punch ; her how hard you
the checking machine when wewouldn't hoisted one leg up to the desk. j i KP to make more money I ...Oil '
," said 1 See those socks," he asked. Yeah::"
keep it in )pencil i j I PHARMACY ,
Manager Harold Laubscher. "We We nodded our head, noticing !I 1114 Division Su. Cor. Varela : J ,
will shortly be able to give com- the socks were colorful, adding Venezuela is one of the'world's PHONE 177 FHfiS DELIVERY
parisons of the number of tourists zest of Mr. Artman's clothing 1 i iI i leading oil sources.
that .come to the city." I'I "Well I bought ,these silk j _,u .. .z. :_ = _:: d A MASTER in fields .: : its From
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Then 'Miss Lettie Sullivan the-sticks'"in 1900---fony-eight years I .... --- ------ : :' :' : ''!- "'","., ;many ,; part, proud heritage. ,
receptionist at. the Chamber ago," said Mr. Artman. "I got i
spoke up with the informationthat them in Paris, France. I've worn ,j I /K 9I \\1 3 Benjamin Franklin served his : his small Philadelphia printt t
she is getting some mighty them on and off ever. since I ;'
funny questions to answer. bought them. They're still whole,I I k* '
"Here's a man who wants to still good socks." j ji I 1 I Ou e '.1I ,3 ear 1 y apprenticeship a s a;;: %. ing shop 'to the giant modern q
know tarpon'c"an be raised in I|
fresh water", said the Sullivan i! A Fisheries Institute is going 1 .. I f
girl as he stood poised wth us'-.lo"be KelcTmnne7Marin: Labor-1 ''I 1 V printer. At 16, he'became .t the plants of today, skilled craftsmen -
lettep- in her hand. So Lettie atory.. at the University: of Mi- j I l r'1'. I .. ,
called by Bill Kroll who runs ami, which some of our Key :.., S editor and publisher of his have continually striven
the city aquarium and inquired Westers interested in fishing : ,. ,
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about the tarpon. would do well to look into. I I 1 t
"Yes, tarpon could be raised in In cooperation with a numberpf ': I sr I I S own !For. i improvement and perfection
fresh water" she was told by state and federal boards, the+ / 1 1. newspaper.: ;; ?
Bill. "But it would be a long university from Aug u s t 9 ; '
process. You would have to get through August 14 will conductan 1 lyl \ To Franldih/American put :i : in. the technical art of
the then
young tarpon placethem Institute and discuss many
in salt water, gradually subjects relating to the fishing I '
increasing the amount of fresh industry. Speakers from all of I 1 I lishing and printing owes, in ",; printing. ,
water. In a few weeks you could the leading state and federal, as : ,
wean them away:: from the salt. welt as leaders from the individ- ; 1 NOW BRINGS YOU THE AMAZING NEW : "i .. '. .. : .. '. ", .
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water. j organizations, will handle the '
So it to Letlie. I I S. '
according discussions.
goes i .
She answers all, kinds of queries. Sponging will also be discussed t SUPER-CUSHION TIRES, MOUNTED .ON, S. '. .. wh .,.'" \ ..
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Included among the lec- lj .'. '. '. to', .- 'L.YV nyJ: -' '
L. P. Artman, publisher of The tures are "Biologcal Aspects of 1 SAFETY-RIM WHEELS FOR EXTRA ,.,':1 1 1I '., ," '-.'.' I, .., : e
Citizen, came in to work the oth- the and related '. '; ,
Sponge Industry" I \ : or. ," '
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LONG ARM VireinU.,May*. film actress. .
:stands beneath arm of Cliff Thompson Ifoot.Inch lawyer from .
lola._f,1'1L, .durinc.his visit to JUollj-wood movie get", ti II.I'IIIILII.lIIIII..II.I.lIIIII.LI'.JYlil.lI""II. .. .

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(Continued From Pate One) f('u.nanur-o. Peen. Parr nn"I I one of these' days.**

; ,zen where, the commission: : had be looking forward to another of Signed Harry Truman.

authorized a business one for the :his visits- j: ; ,
,.., 1 I' Great Salt Lake contains 400
17th and Duck The president's: '
..' avenue area. reply on
/ .y i I : million tons of salt the U. S. Geological
AP Newsteatiues lie had a license from the Grif- Whiter House stationery was as
'LENDING. 'colonial 1 and contemporary fin's Conch Garden. 1005; Divis- follows: 'Gentlemen:. I, certain-I 1 I

.themes. Ibis two-story ion street and wanted the com- ly appreciated your good; telegram i i i Great Salt Lake is fed by four
to the transfer.
house" isdistinctive.: inside" aDd. Commissioner approve Hunter Harden: I of the' fifteenth and if rivers and numerous streams
wi'Ia R.3S3 by Elmer Gyl. things, go right you can rest as and has no outlet
"I went out in that area yesterday __ ------..,,- --- -.-
leek architeCt. 10\2 So. Grove x end asked .
myself residentsif
S I lWIIUUUIIIIIIZIIIJIIJ: gUtpIInlUNU: / l lUII J ltlmullm"UllllllllmIlUUIlWUIWmIU1U! U1nUUllllnnIHU! ,"",.
A T ., Elft a. HI- this house has. a = ... .,: = x sr x6 they objected to the proposed !
volume iof 24.000 cubic feet including t beer and wine establishments.No I

a full basement The e'- one objected in. the entire II DRESS

two-ear ,U'9.' adds 4,800 cubic .. It r : neighb' : ? rhood I Mar Ed
feet The mala portion of the 1 I I i Commissioner-- Fred J. Dion I SHOPOwned
said tha\-M.9Ud-not..ee)
house covers only,$57 square feet : -
contributing to the economy of i. ;[ should be p ran ted, in that and Operated by Edna Miller and Mary Caraballo
I area now. He said, he for one t -
... its construction I|: wouldn't care to set a prcedent t t 417 Du\' _r\S.lreet\ Opposite La Concha Hotel

II[ ablishin3' ::; a i beer and wine es-
:- tablishment that one. Besides

!-.," .:.t..".. ,-" .,..,., ,-. j continued Dion the Housing Authority .q I Cool BRA TOPS : 89c
is against it. .,.
f COMD lOo.. :PiAN :, t
Commissipner 4 Carboncll:
BEDRIa'' !
l(4 6,',, u'0 _.. ':r' "Are" you sure tfcp Housing" Au 4zc ,BARE MID-RIFFS $2.50
ra2S I thority is against it?
c I T\i .smowerflod: Cartnell by :

.: .... saying that the Housing Authority s .
: was alWays against beer and I Altrays- Fine{Selection of .
,,' :r i : .... .f : );-in** pohhlishrr-t.; -,.,-th..t. mops. :
: ./ He further added that many '
tr .- .
.. Skirts
,. Dresses Blouses
'' ,. ROOF. '- '. '. ; prospective' home builders would I .
j I be-discouraged if the application
..;. '.-i ir; ; '{ < ; I was allowed. I .,StiS e 1 Formals Lingerie Bathing Suits

'. G c. .- .:, I' Mayor Adams was also of the {

.. '.: .- i'Dion opinion and added, that a I
,, ,: majority of Key Westers would
": BeD RM DEN 'e. ,\." object to a beer and wine business I i'Use Our: Complete: 'Alteration, Depart men l--.. :

vO r3atl 6--, hIS:6j' ,_ .' place near their homes no (, ') Wirephoto
matter- where they lived in the "When It'.' Hew and Stylish Yom Can Usually Find It Here!"
BRIG. GEN. HERBERT C.'HOLDBHIDGE. retired (center*., o'f Iirsrournu uunnumutntnltnutatnuluttuuatatiumnnututultU3tatutm"r '

; ; ; ,. \ ? .city. Object to Noises Washington D. C. rescued from a mob.'at .the/.States ,f Rights: _-- : -s_. '. ,!" '!!. __ _

j': : : Charles B. Filer Secretary, convention in Birmingham Saturday and removed ,to safety by I = ,, ,,. ,
and V. A. Lana President of the police. People at the convention'became angered 'w'M. 'Hold-i
:, ,..t ::/ : :' SlFLOQQPLAN:;: ['J Key West Hotel and, Restaurant ridge protested tho manner in which Gov. Thurmond had been .
As.oeiatiofvoired strong objections nominated as the presidential candidate 'of the,.$Hit RtgbUDcmcczats. ,
; A l, > { :.. : ; ; .: ,i {;; to thejhoises. in JCrr West,' "' VflHainiuiiiiiiiinnnuninamiuifliunniaraiuiiiDi ;' ; .
in a letter*l6 the City ::0I
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s I ,t' .' .. :: I ; rr t j I .. + '> 1 r'x.I "t' I
t.r 1 Their organization
.' 1 ..8' 1 i I! FIRM THOUGH.r' ; r' .
"" j record .as asking the commission prohibiting! N.C.C.S.I I[ fCVntinued From .SMge'liiisL.; Fill and. empties automatically
,.'. to pass ordinances .
10 .. ...... 9 ; Soviet-controlTed i German Hangstin
I" $ !
:: I raisin: of chickens in unnecessary Key West. 1021 Duval StreetDEFENSE | his zenc.pointedvut."today Washes S Ibt.of clothes less than a heHheur )
the stopping of
I I and .; .: FORCES 'that the Russians cleaner, whiter. '
[ weHable
j noises "no'V' prevalent. '

1'. : //ig} I j The letter added that totirist I'ROGRAMrlullnumnnntlcnlrrnan to feed all Of .Germany' lie said Gives '2 rinses with "Live-WaferT acti n. t
j :. : [have complained continually of : +lu+lupmnmuuuluulr that '100,000 tons sraih-'jiad' 1

:f i .. 1; : .: t( barking docs crowing roosters,I TUESDAY been ordered' to be sent from Spins clothes damp dry.

,L1V'r ::4"'f'';. .. GARAGE': ,.:., ;!. j and 'unmuffled vehicles. 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Swim- Russia his zone in Berlin: : .. S.Ifbalancingn.eela "
. "'. ",' '.. { Commissioner Fred Dion was I A German in no belting .wn.
% 13 ...tt' 216AJ .' ,, ',' ., '!I.i'; i granted the floor. and he in- I ming, US. Naval Case Pool. panert> thc.Amer-
j 7:30: PJUl.-U.S. Naval Hospital*ican zone pointed' out that.. the '. Self-cleaning porcelain inside and cut,.

., 'I: .,,, '. O\, ;;, PLAN k-393 .';<. ':i I i he formed had his received fellow colleagues many complaints that- i i 'Party; jointly with AmericanRed Soviet 100,000 commander tons of grain''spoke that!; about the : ',... Can be hand-controlled for sp.cial.ob.. ..

",",a,'I, "!' ,' ___ ... :.' c' : ',.:, .. ] in the motel area' around Cross (2nd Tuesday). had been promised
:- .,< -+ --., r- ., ..:. noises 7:00: P.M.=U.S. Naval Hospital thiye7weeks
Beach about crea-
= ; South
:;:; : :; ago and had not yct tcache4 his;
Entcrtain-rs J
t Ited 1 to Wards (3rd
//dCl. tqlI9i){ tW01311IaM{ 1+ ({IIUt ( .:CARRY; ST.1Ti5 RIGHTS ,BAI1MCit: = by local buses at all hours of Tuesday). zone.,. If was said further that:
;, : Ithe that
nicht He recommended
i:" } iiue! .jj out' ;' < -. ... '''' .. ''' _V,> I t the. Key West Transit Company WEDNESDAY the Soviet 16 million Germans; i.Pthe,
; ; \ 9 ,fT .y s n -/j'/ ii 'I" '>i ,, P.M.11:00: : ) P.M,1liJhaslls.. zone were improperly fed. : 'dlP/IIIiEW/J
y be. advised to seek another place '
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t.;', ". > *? .tb.; *. for their buses. '.. t Ping! Pong, Writing ttuum.. and emaciated that some because of"of theiri tbe'sKortace 'were- ,

ED ,:S ,R l( City Manager Ralph Spalding Showers. : of ,foodstuffs. Only yelterriav T ,
12:30 : < A1fJ"A'fI1It.
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...; 'Y M.t .A. I =rag'a suggested that with 'a city as Hospital Patients'Fishing the paper declared many .
Jackson .Squids:\ I closely,populated as Key West' is Party joint program. of the stores in Jh'S 'vjct zpnceven
t!1: '"And Southard tStt.4N .. I: that no roosters' be allowed with- 1 00 NCCS P.M. and Red Cross. refused to honor: .food \tou- {
: Navy Wives
the limits. Miami allows Physical gFR'
ing, city: pons that"had boon issued by :the
'- i hens. but '.no,roosters, lie saiidv Fitness Class. Russian command. ... IfJ .
sS.. + I Commissioner r John Carbonellsaid 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club. .:. / ._
Ttaesday '
!i>- ; I that M-. *. Zorsky was soon toigvestanother 6:30: P.M. Boxing Class. -- A prehistoric lived "
a'a bird that
e':3Q P.J4 ttto-The) :
; t 'e (
9:00: P.M.-Dan? Three
$30 000 improving Slwrps in Wyoming over 50 million ;
.utie.ataeS '
Ving-pon WI"tAwAtI.R
i Orchestra. ,:., :
his property ,on! Division, street t. was"" \
;t; Act oard'ouiU18 Patio. t tr. years age Diatryma larger, '' i1
I IIOO but that right next, to his establishment THURSDAY than the ostrich: .
.V,.rWednesday.;:' 2:00 1 .. :.t.
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$:1J'-FASh.1pg'Pai1Y: : |is, someone raising -Seaplane Base! Pool.. ." '. ; t,, V4
JA; Hospital 1 Patients. ; ; chickens. Navy Wives. I Subi.crtrdd*. i/i Thy '*.It.i. n .<_',' ,,. '
Commissioner Louis Carbonell 9:00: AM .5:00: PM.-5ewin .. 3"' d4k
granYMCA .. .
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[8.30_ P.133:-Ye Ube; reasoned that an ordinance fol- Machine Typewriter.. Writing I I fast, Whitchat Club, U.& Naval ..__ &" -, -'- .. .r
loving!: Miami's would be in Tftr- Room. Showers. Base (2nd Sunday). '
{ ty. featuring) ;, Square ; '$ \.,,
I ing, V4rginralacels; !: der. (Miami Ordinance allowed FRIDAY 1:00: P.M. -: Picnic. Swimvnine /

xI5 ,..M.-= mt1oas ff hens but no roosters). 2:00 P.M.- Softball for Navy .' Pool. Wiener Roast (sign{, up .., ',
r1'atiq Gti e. 4t I Mayor A. Maitland Adams. Wives at Bayview Park. i in advance). .. : t :? ""\:' \.
t .Thluai:: aty with a straight face answered: 200; P.M.-Prenatal l Class; Department .. .I 'Information services. hoiJsjn! : '
OCj1M-lance. d I "That's distinction.". of Health Instruc- city maps. ">' r.'

.' ard'tud JUs 0\. :; tor.9:00'A.M.. : I Religious literature*. ,Jjhrjry / "'
Ft1dard a I, Call, For Bids : 5:00: PJtf. -SeWing. telephones' stamps, wrapping'an/' \,( .

.t..3Q P.M. Bridge.i 'ipgC A motion was made Instructing ,Machine Typewriter Writ | mailing packages; railway .tx> 1. ) ( I
City Manager to call for bids ing Room.. Showers.
''I '..-Movie$. :Ii i j press service laundry picKunavailable -
Saturday for eight ceiling. fans to- be used SATURDAY l to ',all defense' forces
8.00 P.M.-rMoviett., in city chambers. Motion for ad- 2:00 P.M.-Boxing Training. and their families.

lO:l5- P.M.--Juke Box journment was made seconded 1:00: P.M. 6:00 P.M.Dressing MRS., E. S.. COUGHLIN.Executive 'rJ t
the patio:: ": :; gar and passed one hour: after the Rooms. Showers for Bathers. Secretary
c Sunday start of the first rgula' ;meetin SUNDAY I MISS HILDA CASTILLO;
.l:tSAM.'I.\ ,,tub. f Jq.I held by the city commissionerson 10:00: A.M. Communion n.... 1c. CMrY't.er

11:00.sion.Group.A. M.Go: to 4 ;. I a Monday. 7; .. # ro J \

Parties." : TREND IN YUGOSLAVIA 7aC; : a res.' s? 'i-"":

!.:O? p, -Classic: l .! .. (Continued; From Page One) ; '.-'.. .. -
.. ...lections announced. that communists in Albania. # xP :
tOO:" P.M.-Fellowship ? (fo Wirephqto Romania Bulgaria and Hungary .: i '
the Patio. Community GOV. a broke off relations, with !dim.Shortlyy : \
Ing. Beatrice Moreno J. STROM THURMOND (left) of South Carolina; clasps; afterwards the com : : ; ,
Piano. band cf GOT. Fielding Wright of Mississippi on the, stage munists in Italy and France took f": ;
t tO:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour.G. Birmingham city audtorium Saturday after they had been similar .ac oo. + -sk r j1' -

S. O. meetings to carry the fight against President Truman civil It was evident today(;( that Tito
vice Organization)," I' rights program into the general elections in November "Thur is leaning toward .the western n x'L

and 4th Monday, MY'Y: was nominated by tho States Rights Democrats to run bloc of nations. Newspapers in c t' ws.
Game Room
era Chinese President! ; Wright was the vice-presidential nominee.: this city published a.; story in
chess cards, ,- ..
which it was said that Tito had
writing desks - ;
library. "
come to an understanding with : 't r, r 5
aiagaziQes, ,\'mous.table. aai
the United States! on the pay-
etc. Some Facts In Brief ment of the $17 million war debt "
.'Showers; tennis, rack Interesting Yugoslavia owed the United 'mj'r
dubs, fishing. !Uines-
States. The money has been
checking service film '
paid the stated and the J'
mailing and wrapping p shortest subway in the Birds have an internal "air- papers I
United States has released $40 '
receiving' messages, phone operates in the 760 foot conditioning" system to cool million II I Fans
Stamps, railway express between the Capitol and them off from the heat produced I Yugoslavian depositsthat F
had been impounded in that _
. available to SERVICE Senate Office Building in by their muscular activity." .
t lEL. D. C I country. '
.. (Washington today confirmedthe Washdey _,*indow when tSe new
Leslcigh Da visDirector. i A fathom is six feet.- -
I Fr dole. in Ihe door.
story from Belgrade that Yugoslavia g eome* You
Gerald Pinder
fly a' body must '
create lift -
rector. : ; had paid its war indebtedness jdr>a pdA let Ihe dW..and forget HI
-Lillian Weaver $ overcome gravity, and for A "bird'sair'rconditionin, ;; system ,. to. the United States and Tlden ids clothes are washed cleaner,
propulsion to overcome enabling it to loose body
.Doreen Cruz -.: heat, consist of a system '.oT:air I had, had its deposits in this country 1 whir some ready for Ironing imatedi*
1 I released). t lo'it
Desk ,
Aide. sacs extending ..thro Gb'' -the
Even the most efficient gli- whole body:"* ., ;: '-. %' l The luminous'In I
The frame of a.JOe m bird lose altitude unless ,
sinular to the chas their" fe the"histofy7) "evolution.birds" glow with, an irridescent: light. A ll1 01111 1 0/I
: of "-flap wings .oceasiun-\ : C, I -s There's a. SCOTS KBNMQT& jForiffo
car. ..: or soar up-currenU.. \ are-more- -.closelyjfe ated i J. t
.. -'- ; to the' r <:Odil1aiiS1tthaJtoco- Vie. / very purpose.Yovl| Hmfihe tya.t '

%4.000 'of the some %, r\\ \g' hawks often circle...dilians. .are'*,to. the turtles*...'. ." COME.and ,SEE OUR $' and size you want licenses: suspended or .the edge of a forest or *
in-California; in 1947' or other' places where up-|I The -!Hissing link" ,.between QU LlTY'MEATS j ; *r Office. The low| prices cfun'ng t

drunken driving. ntS of air can be found. t birds and reptiles is a peculiar GroceriesVegetablesWe Seari AAldsummer Sole save you aoeey.M.es Fri idddij E4crk FryNoir.ls.a rieIIOMt
: creature. Archaopteryx..'that liv- CLOTN, DITle41w.r. .
Motorists, paid 'State.- The downbeat of a bird's; ,ed about 125 million years ago.I Carry .r.c..a.. .......---...........
m nts'over -a billipri drives it forward.. '- w e..d.I.t.dt yr
gasoline and other'fuel' I After the American Revblu- Adams Dairy Ice Cream

*)*' \ j.i The downbeat of a bird's:. tion the "system of barter was CHECK ON OUR PRICES ;r
Artificial -the" air backwards giv extensive even among the largest BEFORE YOU BUY artinez Co.
,diary. ;breed :', the bird propulsion ( Industries 'and not vntill I xr Refrigeration
sociations represent ,the year 1815 do -we Jind'' factories -I J Jane and'Shine No. 2 SIMONTON and FLEMING S '
fastest .growing'_ normal body in Lowell and Waltham #
temperature!i lf : 024 Duval Street PHONE 279 Key West, Florida
modem agriculture: a bird ranges from 104 ID 103 Mass.. the first to pay employees I (23 Eaton Si. Phone 1342 1 PHONE 1560
fitted{ 'States.1 r_*._- .*. .rees. .- regularly-'in mo .ey. > '. j -
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