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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1948
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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VOL. LXIX. No. 173. : KEY WEST, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY: JULY 21, 1948 ... PRICE FIVE CENTS

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cent to pay its teacher) during! : Yugoslavians s I Ial i at a meeting to be held Friday night In the County: Court f

July and August. William'M. Al-, iti house the report of a committee as to the recent Increase: in prices

:I! HONORED DESPITE' HIS cf water.distributed by the Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission.The .
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bury. superintendent of public .For TuesdayANTMNFLATION report goes Into details: concerning lha financial structureof

instruction. stated today when he j I I i QUARREL WITH COM.j .1 the commission, state that it,owes, $1.730.000; to the Reconstruction -

j Finance Corporation and s&ys that commission will be in de-
announced his tentative' budget i j INFORM, DENUNCIA.TION : MEAS-, ;fault of $90.000 .principal pay

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for 194843. < i BY KREMLIN I (tV).,Wirephoto!I: SURES WILL BE ONE mention, September 't.
The follows
Problem' Solved report :

Nearly every other county in.:I in-r' TinA...*::1.trd, rt ,." I A FLAG-DRAPED CASKET containing th..body of General cf the Armies John J. Pershlng'rests .OF MAINSUBJECrs ":The Civi Improvement; Association

the state except Monroe. will be: BELGRADE July 21 -Mem il of Key West has released
on a caisson drawn by six gxey ,horses le djn"gthe funeral procession'from capitol inWashington.: Of : : '
forced to borrow millions of dol-;bers'of the congress of communists The' procession is 'en route lo nearby Arlington National Cemetery for burial. 'close to the;gravcs' TO Bg. DISCUSSEDMr I t I Processing, the. following stimulation

lars to pay the teachers during:I i i in session here, went all-out ,of many soldiers who' fought'with the general in World -War L, A.s.rr.led Pre i of facts relating- the Florida

July and August: the Florida, today(} for Marshal Tito despite _. I- WASHINGTON; July ,2.lr -=-- Ramie Fiber I Keys Aqueduct :Commission and

county, school superintendent, I hisquarrelwith .the Commform President :Truman will deliverhis its recent increase in prices of
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stated yesterday at a.meeting. being and his denunciation by the SUPERFORTRESSES ..MANEUVER'I message to congressSat noon water as determined by the
held in Gainesville.! Dade I Kremlin: '. j I II. I next Tuesday.i. ; sell N. Edwards.; Miami engineer ;' Civic Improvement Association's

county is being compelled to bor- Celebrations held in allpart reported this week! that hp .had committee recently appointed
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row a million dollars this Saturday .-I. 1 i Anti-inflation., was reported solved the age' old to look into the matter:
problem ofprocessing
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'for this purpose. t of Yugoslavia long; with commendaj newspapers OVER HELIGOLAND AS: GEN. : unofficially will aloe among the ramie fiber and. at1' "The water supply system for
"Monroe county docs not owe carrying : major quest ions.h@ will discuss. the Navy and the Florida Kcj> i"
I tory- stories about Tito and what the same Mime-'t| announced that :
anyone a cent and has sufficient' j I It was said'' that be' will advocate an expensive :'proposition j the
re:crves on hand to pav' thteiu.hers ;I. he has.done. for his country and CLAY KEGINS TRIP TO' U. S. that effective laws be introduced he 'will, head! *'new company that Navy having expended 6000.
calling all communistsin -
Radios on
their salaries daring July : will establish a decorticating 000 on the pumpin plane:; purifiction -
said day".' Yugoslavia to give him their ; to hold t down prices. A
and August; Albury 1 I I plant at Belle Glade for commercial system and pipe line
We did not owe anybody anything -I whole-hearted spport.Japan I ..Rneria i Apparfiilly. Due For ilio,,duuii; Jet I-Jancsl, building program also will be production-of the fiber now alone. The Aqueduct Commission :
as of June 30, the end of discussed, it .was indicated today, furnished ,about $1,200,000

the school year. : Seeks To Carl 0. -\rrhl In Croat Hrilaiu; ViiicriruaIn CtmIll1:1I1d: I Some senators .and'representatives being grown:commercially in the' of this amount An adequate water
"We have always kept our reserves top / I Everglades and other areas. nt supply is essential to the
at a level to meet 'any CJcriiiaii.v. .Mav. CfMifpriWilh, .rc, it1t'lit 1 ,chiefly Republicans said the state. Navy and also to the continued
such as' payment of Trade With India 'i i I that the President should West and the
emergency Dies) In Pines' give The new process \is progress; of Key
the salaries Other counties arc Bay (Hr Tar A..*rlatr' Prr..iCET1LINrJuly I. more thought to'the situation, in ; : chdjiical- Florida Keys.
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in to do this." : > : 21.-American supcrfortrcsssc were maneuvering; mechanical and converts the raw
not position ( TRICHUR. India-(/! )) -Tradebwern 1 Berlin than to domestic issues. --rhe.lIvy- ich .operates the
The county must levy, 11.5:'imlU! :.Janan and India, virtually Word has l bean received of the I 1[ over.ltcii 9 oland._ Germany today!r u General Lucius D. Clay. American : ramie: into: finished' fiber min{ 30minutes. supply system"can.. furnish water
Others stated that the "Republi
tn produce sufficient revenues to. at standstill sine 1941. is expeeled'to'recdvegreat death of Carl Oswald Lopez in commander in Germany was fearing Frankfurt for Washington : The new plant will from the wells near Florida Cityat
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' roe schools for the fiscal"yea.r I the result of a tour'of India by i He leaves a daughter Mrs. !!I, IQ confer, with the Department of the Army.' set forth in their platform adop- producing: .500 pounds of fin. gallons -per day but has been

1948-MO.) according to the tentative a' trade; mission. The minion has Ad el la Rich Miami; a !:. ((It was said in Washington that General Clay probably ,will ted in Philadelphia,. as those ished ramie an hour without pumping about seventy-five mil-

j budget today. submitted, "*. ""by- Just cornpleted.its! wprk.: .after:.assembling Larry Rich Miami; grandwn'l I I 1 hold a conference she: 'with President Truman in the '.White1 House, questions form :the-* Republican waste; according id Edwards. lion gallon) per month largelyon
Albury. )) a long, detailed; list of : Some, 10,000 acres ef'Tamic.;;ea.pable' account: of lack t>f storage; JacilHics. -
Proposed budget will be discussed -I what Ind wants in the way of I Mrs. E. 1L Crusoe. Bartow; Mrs.Lee 1 i I 1 lie"ib due to arrive tomorrow anil,r program in the event-..af the of. ;.producing, :JO.QOOjOOOl 1 Of this aR'Ounabout 50,-
Lana O'Driscoll Miami, Mrs. .
with the citizens of the 'capital goods and manufactures 'Jean. West- n".. .brother :, to be, back, > in Berlin on Sunday..t)'! election of. their candidate for pounds of toot ..mie..,ace now "000,000 gallon.*Juabeep.billed taIkeL (
Key ne -
'eruntyott>> JutiO: 1-11.pm,et the.''JrVmJ&gpaTL?,Official announce .' Leo Lopez-Key"'West,* -" ][J"1bwltiISny4siwas: :. l.'gt RSKheremthat h t i IuI.: S1Vtiii1g", pJTtej *ng* he St'- eon trot,ztrf:, fMnf 'growH. on taods= gf L*he' QiHxioe*'-Comraftsion *t a
Courthouse jAlburv ,antv.Imlt.Th9 mrnta' say that the Government'of I the. house and the senate United.States Suja: Corporation cost of about, eighteen cents pee
Board of Public, Instruction Russia is in f or a show- j i and others in the 'Lake-Okeecho '
County India hopes to receive reply thousand gallon The fifty million
will hold the}the meetin2v tentativehudttet to its request soon after the mission Three Students r ,,i Lttowa'r ,with "the Uf1it T i States,]IJ'IJ''r I I' Dies, Jn MiamiArthur' Nat. AirlinesHasJjcw bee 'area: :? *. i' ::1 I gallon include 'the proper:
A summary of returns. to Jap is printed todav .by The,''As" :result of the mission's, From Key Went "' amounting tcr about eight
the ( the water ;:
blockade .of western '
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Citizen. It is summarized as fol-I.visit*..the- Government India area I W, Sweeting.;. 67_ Leonard ; 70 used for back
.' I .of, this city. 'j I Office million; gallons .
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lows; has made :available to Japan 85 On Honor Roll i merly. of Key West'died' Mondayin washing filters and other pur

llalanf'P on hand ai of Juno$. ..IODeLAND. -.i j The. Russian commander' is his home at 1480 Northwest : Dies InCaptain -.T V l j r ,poses and lost in the 128 mile
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totaled $95,228.63. L. tofts-of'raw."jute, according: to rc'portsfrom I Thrcrstudents still propagandizing about Rus- 58th Street: Miami. In: Washington t I pipe line.:The cost of water actually

372,68 of anticipated county fundsTotal receipts are ;1' ;' official' sources J I' from- Fla-Kev.July.21.West have sia's ability to feed ,all. Germans,]I i l Ha 'leaves his "widow.. Mil'Es- : Leonard Lovrcv70, l.v60.. delivered to,the Aqueduct

H I regardless of what zones .Ithe te\le\ M. Sweeting:. sons, Chal'John. 1........l I.-Tfc1ll..r.l had resided in Kev West,san,t. Commission, and available for
$466,243.19. been listed on the Honor Roll fork : 'distribution is about
Proposed expenditure including Polar ,Bear Is, A I the spring quarter at Stetson are in. but General Clay, before George.and Leonard-Swtct-: MIAMI, 'Jul;? 21.-National years died of V b tf.arl attack -at.further twenty-one'-cents :per thousand
instructional salaries debt Airlines .passengers visiting 10,clOCk this r ornini in his
leaving Frankfurt remarked '
ing; daughter MrsLois Barker metered to the consumer
service ,other expenses and TO-i 1 'I University, DeLand as releasedby that instead of RuSsians Washington now will be able, to home. in Tuvcrnier.' : .. ','gallons.As
Terror On Land] talking the and Miss Shirley JSwsefing.: : this water sells for a
serves total $.561.471.82.) ?! f the registrar's office.: This is should proceed to'feed the .brother, Victot B.-Sweeting, .and transact ;air travel 1 business indown'town He was. feeling, ueli' 'when. he'" -mii; nlur\. of' :'forty-five 'cents ac
Millages to.be levied under the 1 I in recognition of consistently I I Germans' millions of Washington: the company arose this morning, and atd a
1 MOSCOW.-il"--A: ) case of whom in five :grandchildren., cording the old rates or seven.I
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} for county : announced, Nation- hearty breakfast} ," according: to.lit.K !
call for 4 mil today.
budget 1 the Russian zone. are note Funeral, rvkc'nd burial CwiIJ schcd.r
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: scholarship. getting the
a Polar bear leaving! the sea and 'I j received I ty-five cents on new
support of schools and maintenance balanced ,take al's city .ticket officeat 1625 formation irt Key West(! '
.I a dietI place in
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attacking beasts land has been listed from West Miami r ule.
on Those Key
I-VY) St. N. W_within half-block of He complained if a/pain shortly
: 4 mills for district .. t I It was indicated that the Mar- a million -
the eight
each district; 2 mills for district reported. by "Dawn of the. East. were: Frances Lou: Sutton a junior the Statler' and Carlton hotels before the 'attack that caused his i: "In addition to
The attack took place recentlyin shall "got tojgh": policy is likelyto likely to lead the Russians to I gallons unaccounted for between
interest and sinking fund each daughter of Mr. and Mrs. was opened on Monday, July 19, death. .,
become tougher should Rus- believe that the United.States and the meters
the tundra of the Khatan'!7ky is the wells
mills for schools Office hours 8 to 6 Captain Lowfc U survive by
district and 1.5 : are a. m. oo
William F. Collins 1107 Fleming
region where,a polar bear attacked sia not reply favorably to, the sidestepping theRussian situation I feeding the Commission's system
bus fund. Monday through Friday to his widow;a sorvCaptam.EueervLowe : I
building and reserve:; m.
| a herd of reindeer slaying street; William A. Robinson a I second note that'will be sent to .} 1 SatUrday. and the office and two grandchildren there 'is another eight million
m.
p.
i four youne deer before a hunter senior son of Mrs Camille Robinson !I the Kremlin about the blockade. Seventy-five jet-i?htcr American will be closed Sundays: Twen- Catherine and Billy Lowe I gallons unaccounted for between
t Adoption Laws 1 I killed the bear. 318 Margaret street; and j. (Senator Brewster. of Maine planes arrived in Great ty-minute limousine on service i Funeral services and burial I the above meters and
"Hunter V said a messaee. today joined Representative Eaton Britain today. Later 'on. they serving individual consumBrp. -
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( the is will be in "Key West a date .
Jessie Jane Gibson a senior, from the.: office to airport <<; at
"know of onlv one such other Nevy, Jersey. in demanding will accOmpany the Superfortresses :> "
announced ,
To 'Be Studied event during, their lifetime." daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HaroldA. 'I*that Pn- ident Truman reveal in their maneuvers in Ger- t maintained' --:for- .all, flights._ .- -.--, -to be-----later The ,Aqueduct Commissionhas
Gibson. 1401 Pine street. J' the exact nature of the misun- many and "elsewhere in western no paid-in capital and has a

TALLAHASSEE.; Fla. July 21 Governor :' (.' I jderstanding with Russia. Brew- ,Europe. BANISTER RCLICVCS.DASPIT negative surplus of about $133-
tFNS*.-A broad studv of Florida Dewey Seek Divorces ster asserted that the 'tense situ- It was learned that the Russians ,DOO. It owes Reconstruction
adoption laws and practices ts\:\ I jation in Berlin is of far more have 'strengthened their Finance Corporation about $1,-

going to be undertaken by the t j. # Coming To State Petitions seeking divorces were t importance than domestic issues, barricades'. along their zone in ONSUIiMAIIINEDaspit 750.000 State Children's Commission as. filed yesterday in the office of discussion of which he added, is Berlin. I.. bonds on which: the interest pay-
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an outgrowth of a West Palm ORLANDO.: July 21 (FNS>-I Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Saw-I I ments have been kept up but on
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Beach couples recent newspaper Governor Thomas E. Dewev Republican yer by Gladys G. Lcathlcanagainst OLYMPIC TORCH BEARER GUARDED Going To WD biJg. which no principal payment
hunt for foster homes for seven presidential candidate I Robert W. Leathlean. and -- _. -'<' -- "._- I II I have been made. The Commission -
: : I Washington D. C, where he will will be In default $35.000)
children. j.will carry his camoaien into the by Olga Kemp Roberts against Banister Cause To
I Ion; bd' on in !'the. Office of the September
Mrs. Sylvia Caruthcrs. children's deeD South and Florida will be Robert E. Roberts. : <: A duty on principal payments on
.commission director said in his itinerary. according it M..I Chief of Naval Operations in the 1, IMfc, No other source
r West From New
the acency's executive board hasscreed J. Moss Orlando realtor and Republican f'oi Itcnefil' S""er' .t Key Navy Department. Captain DaBpit's -]i.. of additional funds is available.
-ityla : family left several days pressed claims
ago 'The Navy hps
to put a statewide committed candidate for congress; London Conn.
Tenant Associationswill i by train for Washington. from the
Poinciana *
to work on a study of from the fifth district.Apply I for aditional payments
"problems which arise when it,j I give a benefit supper in Po- !4 '11 Captain L. It Daspit, USN. Captain Banister comes to Key Commission and a compromi'-e:
t Saturday at 6:00 West from London. Conn, the Commission -
becomes necessary to find homes inciana Center commander New was agreed upon by
for children" l>, To. Wed p. m. This supper is being givento r, Submarine Squadron where he was the executive: officer the. Navy and the Reconstruction -

She said the study was reoue&ted : I raise funds for playground Four. was- relieved, by Captain -j j of the Submarine. Case in Finance Corpora t.'>n
bv the State Welfare Applications for nn>r.ij're >Ii- equipment for the Poinciana nur- Allen B., Banister, USN. all i ia ;that city.Captain. that an effort would be made to

Bnarri which now supervises censes yC filed ypsterri- in th-I s-cry school. change-of-command cercmonv\ Daipit decries to express t'secure for the Navy a sufficient
"([ire of Countv Judg n-''- n"n-1R. '
adoption in Florida and "various I' -- which took place on board the his gratitude and appreciation (Continued On.Page EightSale t
other' social I agencies.Mrs. Lord by William F. Tn" ''m. USS Trump U1sh Tuesday. The for the many kindnesses I .
22. of the U. &. Navy. and Charlotte FOR'SALE! ::, :-,;. ,
Caruthers also announced t FOR SALE Trumpetflsh is a Fleet which .have been> shown him during -! -
i ,that the Children's Commission M. Putnam 18. of 84.2 rom-.J 41 Ford Con:. t. '41 PlymouthCOD..L i ring and temporary Subma-I I his tour of, duty in the Keys i
dabs Place and by .F..nk L. Submarine j West He also Wishes to
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+ would also) .start a detailed 'survey Hudson Conv'S. Squadron area. i I r
Walker: 22. of the U. S. Marines. Ir has been bid his manY' Key ;
.cf iUvTnile cast: 'practicesand Captain Daspit commander ]: WoiUfnendsj,
and Charlotte.. Burnette 21, .of NAVARRO, Incorporated j and ,
jurisdictions in various partSof I nt. ,Submarine Squadron I rood-bye epressedregrets
,the state { 603 Southard. street, Opposite Bus Station I Four for the pi'-;t 16 months. and that he was not pic to.ecu: ] '37 M'hlOUlh Coupe

; upon being relieved' is. driving; to!!i one of them prior to his. *departu're -I '46-. dirtier 4-Door

I I |, from Key West ..Cylinder-Highlander
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11.MOTOROLA l! The officers of Submarine,
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Palacefrbff1ter : t ; Squadron Four gave a farewell, *4T, StudeliaVer4Door -
Mother Goose Up to Dat.. Have Your CurDressed :...
Adele Mora and.Warren'Douglas J kinerica's Finest AUTO RADIO ,, party for Captain Daspit* at. the CHAMPION

L\DY" \ Roy' Key West Auto Patti I Mary Mary quite contrary. ., Commissioned Offtaers Mew '47 Studebaker
THE PILGRIM ', Had Shrimps steamed In beer,. I Up at Fort Taylor on Monday' evening 3..Door CHAMPION
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t' I P.S.-Before you die-of curiosity ---0 _..z:;. -. i BODY and.; FENDER J.Toa TRUCK

Hydraulic Brake Experts well let you know that she aU; (JP) Wirephota via Radio from Rome Work by'Tom and Sam POOR OLD"CRAIG
Twins .Garage
t'I PINE LUMBER this goodgrub at la This LiD SERVIcE'A.UQN
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CARRYING A FLAMING TORCH
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XraacU ,Volga: .i'34.a. "Yod.Friendlystudebater
Smith Attto Service a\ PtyIsl tD
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STRUNK LUMBER YARETELTPHONT WEAVER'SNaturallv rays of the sun. a Greek runner paaee a so4i r guarding Monroe Motors, .Inc.. : .. t.trnra'I4L P..iIi .. Dealer"
White Fleming Phone He. S his rout against guerrillas In Greece Sunday. Tb torch will ftn
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tit be carried la site of the 111S. Whit* St. : Phone 725 I''LET U .: 1131
Opposite Anar >s.rrackt' I : : relay by runners through Europe to I < PHOn 111a
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.PntlUbed P. ARTMAV Dally Owmcr Except Sd Sunday PaMUhC byI. .: During the Republican and Democratic Small WorldMILES DANCE ON THEIIESERT WEDNESDAY.: JULY 21, 1948Today's _

5ORMA1' D.ARTX.L."' BMlMM Mauxer !J n native should. devotethe -

From The Citizen Building conventions in Philadelphia many i life ,to horticulture. or lores- _

Only.Corner Dally ew.paper Greene Monroe and County In Ana Key Street. We.t and thousands of words were written about the 'Rogers oldtime CITY, Miles Mont.-I'-Dan City range [ By Florence Theel try nected, or some with'natural kindred pursuit scenery.Thare con: .:

W'lp"D1t in that city. Pictures in 0_ A, P1.wifs.ovss
rider, sat dowr. :n a restaurant* __ is a love, for nature in its
entered at Key West Florida a. aecond class matter pers apd news-magazines newspa-I to order breakfast and the waiter 1\ quieter moods a devotional gentle
Chapter we're Just getting started and I'm' ended. She said to Bert "If X
MEMBER OF TilE ASOCIATEI PRESS! asked him if he knew the man mind with refined instincts.
their brows business in
gates mopping afraid we couldn't afford you.- don't draw enough a
The Asaoclmted Pre Is exelnnlTely entitled te N Sunday, everybody had late
next to him at the counter. O. | week I a good investment There are indications of. publ cI' 'n
to am -
"The
... for reproduction of all news dispatcher creditedto start is the most important prove
coats dratted their And all the breakfast Some of the
It or not otherwise credited la thIs paper and over arms. Rogers didn't, 50 the waiter introduced boyswere isn't it?" Her smile was we will'call it quits and service, or some political prefers-! .

also the local news published here. men wore neckties, which: ,: of course drew him to his brother Bernard -. while lounging inside under in the Mr.sunny Halhdays patio, questioning disturbing. Why had you won't owe me a penny. Is it ment, which will be attained by '\

SUBSCRIPTION; hATES collars Rogers pewly arrived from direction, Bert and Eddy were set- she really come. he wondered. He a bargain pure force of ability and not by _
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closely together.
.. remembered her braceleted white "Miss wants to .
One Tear 111.0 m County Down, Ireland. Dan left ting an accounting system. deSylvia come favoritism. \
_, "Jx Months *.M- As a result of the sweating thousands the old country five yean before when up a car stopped upon the arm upon his shoulder that nightat and sing for us," Bert said, rather -.
fhre Months -S ioU the Oasis, she
as paused, singing rattled. "Oh pardon me-this is _
bflS .J.lc.r.tb; 1.0...15r. in Philadelphia much has been.written his brother wcj born and they driveway. at their table. And later, Mr. Halliday] and my brother, This Seiner. .t t V >
t..kly had met I "Can't be customers this early! .
I never. I when he'd gone to Blackey Da- Eddy, and our partner, Mr. Per-. !
I about the way a man dresses and I
ADVERTISING RATES Bert said but he slipped on his vis's office: asking for a job, how relli"-Eileen, too, had joined i,f
: Hade Known on Application 'I the conclusion reached is that he is Just a.s ..s....S. .s ..........S new blue j jacket, just in case it she'd incurred the bandleader's them during the introduction- :| Enjoy a "Trip Abroad" to -
'I .I might be, and went to te door. her interest in I
displeasure by "And this is Mss Eileen FarweU, i iour
SPECIAL NOTICE fastidious as is a woman, whom he eftens Radio There to his astonishment bun. Could it be personal likingthat *
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.. All reading notice*, card of thanka, r olntlon ProgramsDaytime singer-Miss deSylvia. I j
ft reepect. obituary notices. po m., eta, will. beitarged i pokes fun at because' of her devotion to 1 stood Gloria deSylvia. looking had brought herr Tm so happy to meet you all," '

for at the rate of 1* cents a line I t ........................ like Carmen in -low-cut light Gloria said charmingly. "What do II oaOVERNIGHT
Notice! fur entertainment by churches from which : style. green dress with flaming hibiscus A TINY alarm bell of warning all think of idea? He has
.. S revenue is to be derived are i renta a line. : you ,my
... The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites dUuralrn : Let's consider y West,-for instance:; I Summary blossoms in her straight black% sounded somewhere in his everything to gain and not a thingto
of public lasuvs a&4 eubjectaof local or I hair and heavy golden circlets brain. it didn't make sense. He lose." she said with more truth
general interest, but It will not publ.sb .&eonyouVOmIflufllCatIOhL I where the weather,' according to Fuller I Selected. program as luted belew. dangling from her ears. She wore repeated, with courteous formality than modesty. |,I
I are brcadcait at the tame time Menday t
I Warren, is far cooler thali: "' in any :other I through Friday. Eastern local red slippers with spike heels and "I'm afraid we couldn't afford She smiled directly at Eddy. ,'
,,,,.. black lace stockings and her dark Miss
I t For central' subtract ii. hour; your salary right now 1 don't know !I
part of Florida.' He. could have said, that for mountain subtract two hOurs. eyes glowed, with their peculiar: deSylvia. Besides"-he returned looked"Well as though he thought- Gloria He i

it is cooler here also'tha in many:other fascination as she took off jew her smile we already have a was dynamite. '.. !
: elled sunglasses. Two of them fact. Our
'I singer. in
JULY 19 THROUGH JULY 23 ...
: ( cities where the mercury! during the recent -Why. J.nss'deSylv1a, this is a chef is quite a remarkable tenor." Tony said gallantly voice."You have .-" -
MEMBER (3)) 1948 the very beautiful People
Mernlsg surprise!" Bert exclaimed, 'with I Gloria's laughter was as arrestIng
warm spell, drowsed around the 100 100-Hon.ymoon' In N. T.-ob pleasure. "Come in and see what as her electrifying self. ""Pep.. would follow anywhere to hear

I mark. Breakfast ClubabaC:15D.rnyard we have'done to the old place." per Shayne told me all about him you.-
Follies-cbs -and about mezzo soprano, Bert glanced at,.Mr. Halliday.
your
'Ve'sts't"Omparative- Ozark Valley Folks-robs "I have read about it.Her for his reaction. But the banker's
putt despite Key : too., But two girls singing will .
ICVO-Fr04 Waring Show-nb., voice had a rich and moving face was blank. I
.cooler weather it .is Music For Von-cbs: huskiness. "And I can see bring twice as much business S
ly "plenty warm you added Bert said, temporizing Suppose -
My Story Drama-aba naturally. I think.she

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST enough", as was remarked on the night 10-:30 Sing-Hour...Afanr of Serial rbs*-nba have briefly done into wonders.the main She diningroom glanced; people with an might enigmatic even smile follow"a me lot here of via. and we think let you it over know.Miss" deSyl- II I

ADVOCATED BY Tile CITJZEN Mr. Warren spoke herefor aman to'dresssensibly. bay It With Wu lc-mbs then, choosing' the geranium satin from the Oasis. She turned all Then, to everyone's surprise
11-00.Arthur Godfrey Sho.-cb. armchair as a becoming back-
Eileen settled the matter.
... Yet Key West has hundreds "of Breakfast In .Hollywood-abamo ground'she smiled at Bert with "her sultry charm upon him.Don't ". "Miss deSylvia is right Bert-
Bert?
think
so, too
-Ben Alexaoder Sho.-mbe you
1. More Hotels and Apartments. men who would feel they were -nak d if H.4: -SerUls 3% hrs.-cba: the air of a goddess bestowing The alarm was sounding again, two singers are much better than
.ifts., __ 5- ," but this he Hewas one. And since she'is so generousas
-4 Beach and Bathing :Pavilion. time ignored it. ,.
3. they took off their neckties. Even if temperatures Afteraeea "
1 .have come to.sgtoryou. : visualizing smart crowds to offer to come on-er-specu-:
3. Airports-Land and Sea. 12:00-Welcome Travelers-aba Bert McLane." lation. I think ought to let I,
went up "to 120 here as they do nba driving in to hearjier sing ,with you
Music
12:30-Word. and
4. Consolidation of County and To, sing-you mean for our the Alvarado'Merry Makers. How her.
in Phoenix Arizona the neckties* still 1:00-Music Half Hour-nbc Gloria's widened I
City Governments. I nightclub he said unbelieving. that: would settle scores for eyes as

5.. Community Auditorium. would be worn. 1 2-00 Queen-Double for or a Day Nothing-mbs-nba Gloria nodded. Blackey Davis's insulting remarksthat though it were something new to
.. i. have another woman championher. SAILINGS
night in his office!
.. 2.30 for J bra.-nba
..... -- What purpose does a necktie serve? Bride-Serials ail Groom%-aba S Singing i "Why.j with I thought Blackey-aren't Davis you "IX.we only could afford to have But she had scored she knew."I I Leave MIAMI 6 P. M.
ilartln Block Records-mba any with us." will start tonight, then. My
Isn't it purelY' a thingof fashion? 3-00-Ladles B. Seated-Abc more!" you"I'.have a new song to introduce costumes are outside in the car.I I "

'Wouldn't the men of today be wearing S:30-The House Party cbs -I finished at the Oasis last! ," she said enthusiastically. can rehearse my music with the MONDAY FRIDAY
MONOGRAPH Second Honeymoon-aba night," she said serenely adding knockout. She band now any time you're ,
.
: .It'sreally a got
.' .stocks, as they did in England 200 4:00-Hint Hunt Qulx- :b* after a moment, -an 11 :with suddenly, walked to the din- ready. S Leave rbvana Than Stm
up
=- Joseph Stalin, : was"1! For .the Luvva alike-aba Bla key Davis. That's why I am Bert and Tony looked pleased. For on excitingly different iwmnervacation
door
years ago, if it ,. fashionable. 1:0: wear 4:30-Winner Take All-cbs: ingroom as though makinga
here. Mr. Halliday non-committaL But Ne! enoin fore
Kremlin Treasury Band ShowabiSOOTreaury dramatic entrance, then turning enjoy| gn .'
The them? But Englishmen changed from BandstandcbsKiddIes Perhaps he had just imagined towards him,in the doorway, Eddy, more intuitive, perhaps j atmosphere and cool breezy climateof
Russia. Hour (west repeats I hr. they were sweethearts. Well if she began to sing. than the others had. the solemn:
stocks to neckties, and tile latter st'lecro& mba fabulous HAVANA. Cuba'! Save
later) abc and
look of one who could foresee
they had been, it was evidently Eddy and Mr. Halliday had -
Dear Joe : ed :45-Lum and Abner-cbs: eat trouble. by traveling Hie 10.-<011
Atlantic money
the and was adopted by over., come out and stood listening. I 'h t

:. From 1921 to. 1923, while your in the United States. "It certainly would be wonderful Tony rushed out from the kitchen And, had they known the real "Hondo:Way" .,. fore include; WI
men ..
for Gloria's
.- to have you, he said. remem- wiping his hands upon a reason presence I.I each direction two delicious WoU.berth .
:. country was starving, the people, of the The necktie is purely a useless appendage I NETWORK PROGRAMSCattern bering the way she put over a toweL among them the others doubtless I other.. entertainment
dancing
the spell she cast on people Gloria smiled enchantingly would have looked solemn, too.
:
song up-
Elates outright $69- I Local Time. Fer centralI
United gave you : No style that takes a woman'seye I subtract on. hOur for mountain. with her bewitching beauty. "But on them when her song! was |Ta be continued; ). I Round! Top Fare $>! ; plus
.. without strings attached. I subtract two hour Seme local tatiene Tarn
ONLY
000,000 any is more useless than is the ne ktie. ._
any I change hour ef relay' te fit --------r------- --- '- --- -- --

Now you are trying to starve 2,000,000 'It; is nothing more than a tail that a man I L local tra", schedule changes cannot Last minute be includ.preJr. TOD4Y IN HISTORY I Experiments made on polar expeditions The historic fight between I Alr-collditollecl ovoBcbl' SmoB extra stoteroonti chorge.e .now

I-; Berliner' What a contrast-civilization wears down his shirt front, and 'had the show' that there can be I Tom Sayers the English champion I !*e* ,..r Travel .\c.... .*r &....ry.fl. .-
(Know America) t ... r the I'JtO Mfffc-v I. WI.. .
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., WEDNESDAY, JUlY 21. I as much as 90 degrees: differencein and Heenan the giant Amer-
against savagery style been to wear it in back, it would be "..I..lpa' Pier \.. :. Telephone 0'
Evening 1836-Canada's first railroad temperature between the inside i lean about the last' great fight 7601.jSPeopfe1 .
: THE ORACLE; dangling today down that part of his an- : the 16-mile & I I
I.00-Xews Report. 15 Mm.-no* opens Chaplain. and the outside .of a leather- with bare knuckles on April .
tomy. Newscast t-ery Day-cb>. .* St. Lawrence.: ** '"} .1 soled shoe. i! 17, 1860 was fought without > ?-' -- -
.
be tKiddies i
Network SUent Hour& .
1861 First battle of I publicity because illegal Eng- .
.
in
several"sections : Hour (r.peatebcat'relwork : Bull'Rimi- 'I
WAS BILKED In movements; have : Silent ((1 br.)-mbseastiKiddles .' iqiTIW1., i; ; I Some 14 percent of Switzer- land at that time. tlte Peifi,, a.[ JCnt (lf..
-
S.
SAYS U.
: Hour (repeat-mbe..a'
; '' land is classed as arable land that '
been started since Republican and
the 1:1!Sports: Music Time-jnb 83f iqb1; sem Uptake o Ver $lef l l O ): : }i ,
Guest Talks Time-:cbs Gf' 35 percent as permanent grass Ii Sound travels 4900 feet per secI -. : :
Democratic conventions to try to* Pittsburgrih fijbof'jtrpUbles.
per- (:30-Music Timechs.saatC:45Newcast. '--f / :and pasture I I ond in water. ._
Proceedings are now going; on before suade man to dress sensibly ,thq. summer : .by ThresnbeLowefl ; .191& The Unitedtatef: :; !fends' '._. '--- .... ,. I Iit
Tnomas ( ID-cbs: third note to Germany' neutral
Comm-isio.n repeat -
the Interstate Commerce by
'
by discarding the necktie and leaving his 7:00-Supper.Club-, bcbUIOTh. rits.1925Johh.. V *'K i! .
which the Government of the United, '' Lewis show-cbs."' it L'5; '
will ; % I
.collar open. But, tire; movement. fail. :Jsews and C'ommentatJ'-e'o :T., 'Scopes TOUnd,
States seeks to establish that cetin railroads ; -' rooted riifaAhion FuUon Lewis. .-mb **4 f guilty in Dayton* Ohio, of teach*
Men are just as deeply 71b-Newt&Qmment-nbo :.. t*
, She evolution m school
during '- '"+ -* higlf. in
"charged unreasonable rates ?: Ajff Daily CoBuaeBtary- & Like- Coke
so, far as the necktie is concerned, as are. News. Dinner Date-robs t\Violation of State law. *.Vl937 I

"A the war. The amount involved is said to be women. I. a .. t.30-A. Rollinl Trio Show-.ebm'dfy-; BboJerry .bDt : -The ,.Administration. abandons ,

; close to $2,000,000,000 L al1, : .. Lon. Ranger Wayne Drama-ab- -,..S./ ". its JUi: S.Supreme Court
I :sews Comment-mbs IT S bill.. .' .
.
o From Washington comes a hint that This is a free country arid'If. :e' verypeJ'S4n 7.4*-KaJtenbortt Comment I 1939- -'The Hatch- l law ,nenacted

""'- the Justice Department may institute a has the right to decline to be pres New Sports Broadcast Comment--cbs mbs: I by Congress prohibiting pohti; ,f Where Work :

criminal investigation of railroad .men :00-National .Mlnmel..bc: --' cal activity ,by.Government.1fl- They :
ident. No fair, pushing! Mr. Chameleon. Drama: '.. i v :
I '
who, as wartime Army a'nd'N v officers; -, Xavier Special Cugat A"ent-mb.Music-ab ployees." 1942-Height of, losses"V,at.'sea" I *yqtc*?** .


approved questionable' rates for.the tranS:; j : The Russians, it seems, expect the S:30-.Jack Christian Pearl Drama Sho.llbeDr. -cbs !by the Allies. by enemy' submar-*f X: : ,
,
S portation of war supplies. I 'soldiers Paul Wbiteroan Talent Drama-mbs-abolligtt Ine$. >:y : .. n V
Anglo-American to stand aside Adventure. 1943-Great ,battles rage in : ,
It may be possible that the {nvestig'a..1. :5S!-BLly Rose Comment-mbsI ''t' / .
and rains ; -
and let them take Berlin again. :OO-Tex and Jlnx-nbo .*vCounty > Sicily and Russia heavy : ,.
;. tions will disclose facts to war cant crimi-i Fair Quiz-cbs: '. stall the Allies in Normandy. -
>bb nal proceedings. Thomas F. Proctor, transportation Gabriel Ueatter. Comment-robs 1945-Stalin gives a state dinner .' ..
DISSENT IN MOSCOW .
':IS-News Broadcast mbs I to President Truman in
II LIsten "CLAUDIA"WKWF
: to
analyst of the Postoffice Department I'
I .
:30-District Attorney Drama-nbe i Po am. "
'
asserted that the Army and James For Melton the, House ConcertcbsGo -aboU. 1946-Nazi gauliter in 11:15 A. L ; /
like rabbit
bulldog
-: Navy officers under Something. a biting a Hampton Show-mb. Arthur Greise, hanged POland'l j .., "
questionwere"fur- occured in Moscow the other day ': !-Bill Henry Kews mbs Poles. 1 -:'

loughed railroad employes masquerading 10-00-The BIg\ Story Drs.ma-nia I 1947-President Truman reports ,.
When a group of Yugoslavian stud: nta, Tbe Whistler Drama-cbs
:- as officers" and that "most of them had Gordon MacRae Theater-abe peak prosperity but advisescaution
studying at the Marxist-Leninist' !:; Institute, Opinlonatre i'orum-mbe economic re.
= long since returned to the railroads at 10:30-Music Appointment-nbo in mid-year (
pledged their support to Marshal\ 1 Tito! and Capitol "Wakroom-cb.: ports to Congress. j
..: higher salaries than when they quit the On Trial DtsculISlon-.b. 1947-3500 Southern! Pacific
Yugoslav CommunistParty.Newspaper California Melodies! -mbs R.t '.
j strike.In .
.: service. .' correspondents say that 1:00-New*. Variety S bra-cb R. engineers go on. .
News & Dancing Hour-abc
.
: I
Representative George II. Bender, of' N.".. Dane. Band Z brs.-mbs
the telegram represents! an act pf Apolitical 11:15-N... .* Variety to I-nbe Japan, rice is a symbol of

-. Ohio chairman of the investigating committee courage "witho equal in the histol'Y.of 2-00: -Daoclna CoaUDII.-ebc.' _. prosperity.- ._..,-----=-.-_ -
he intends "to hear the whole -- I
says -'
; Moscow for more than!, a decade: Here AOTIfK OP PIBIIC HEAR IACJ O\ ,SCHOOI. m noerr
= matter" and tosee whether there isvany 2T7. *. Florida ,sfstaten. "?41.
to the provi!'lon' of R ftlan
tofore, Russia and foreign Communistsin Pursuant Klorlda. Acts of
of OnapteiS ., 2*.83S. lw of
truth to the that the which all am rid"Kl liy Section shall he held by abf'
charge Army, public hearing
: Moscpw have tamely__submitted to the ". notice I*.hereby Public given In"lr"oB'e. that a 1 of Jlonrrw -.".unty. Florida 'ltD.JuJ'tbe .
Hoaril .r
was the largest shipper ip the Federal eaitablLshment dictates. of the Soviet Communist leaders. County S 1 48 at the hour of 1:4141 P. il lrZnA C01.nty Boar of Uu nwUnir..*lnB.with ronittAt In- _
Court llou>>* for 'the purpose
; entrusted "the task of negotiating -, It appears'from' the rift between oilii.floor..nof County the County tbe |MPOp w which bndMAINTENANCK -
June :5 .. 1,41.!
July 1. 148 at id ending
rates to who lent the : year frinnmK
men were by :
Russia nationalist H
and Yugoslavia, that get U ituromariled as follow: OF SCilooLitig
railroads and who returned to the .rail' I 1. BITX.KT FOR SL'P1'ORAN17 .
sentiment continues strong in areas of : A. Balances on Hand Beitlnnli of ..ar: 1. .State Funds.. 7.7l&2l.tlstrht
S. Fund*. 2C.1A9 74.ttr .
roads. He indicates that the failure 'lo County Funds 11.fl2458.
and that Communism )like .
Eastern
Europe
TOTAlS i8.U. .
ask for special rates or to protest improperrate B. Anticipated R..r..lpt..: 1: Stit. and Federal Fond 277.71)77itirkt
other isms, finds it somewhat difficult to County Taxes n.Ili4.4. 3. T Tales 'i.II''Z. ,
practices "leads to believe that 4. Either SoHrrM S2.Cft1.14. TiC frAt. 45C.241.II.
me over-ride ancient feelings. P.-d Eap.nditurr. .: I. irvtional Salaries .3J:::1.0'< .M.ebt .
gross negligence or worse one the part 2. Tranxpnrtatlon S..O..M. :. I:< Serviaw '.141.IS.f .
4. 5 nh.. &".. ..a**. and ReneriiU ., 21i.129.01.. TOTAU S 11.411.1!.
: of the Government officials involved." 1S1 rFRF.ST: AM SINKINO FLM _
was BCTM.KT" FOR DISTRICT ; _______
An expert is a person ,who can continUe. A. Balance and Baser,.. Bs;inning of year: 1.111.1. s_ i .a-ii
B. Anticipated PecelpU: I. Tt'ixeo .1.512..*. Other Source 15S.0.
',: to make predictions that. fail to come tPYnpofied Expanditar.s. : 1. Bonds 31.505.50: s. IntereM 1.955he.Balances
:: PARTY LINES FORGOTTEN. 3. Other :.',...... .
true. : Ifl). Anticipated Reaerven snit 1 at end of year5114)21
t' SCHOOL Bl ILA AND BCS RR9ERVB Fl'NPS'
III. Bt'nOKTS FOR PINO;
...._. .
Balance* at Beginning of 7 ear: .1, County Funds
: Winston ChurchilC; British war leader There is a fad fn the minds of. men 2. murtet Funds )t.Ui..a.. #1

= paid a tribute to the opposition when. that leads to the belief that the'bigg r a B.2. .Anticipated nistrict Foods Receipt 2i.448.:.t.*. Cry 3. !'Other Duty lund.Sourreninvaty. 150.54.. ......-....-. ...'.... C I : r .- -

C. Proposed Expenditures: 1. I Funds ......--.-. .. .
.. Tie told a British audience that "we should hinggeth to be the better it is. 2. T ii>trtct Famln 21.31L4-.
: : I). Balances snd Re..*r.en-at>. >nd of rear 1. County Funds -
not have the '
got through war if party had 2. DIstrict Funds 1412752IV .
BUFW.KT FOR FOtNPATiOXI PROGRAM. C.\PITAL. (IETLAT CV
not entirely faded from our minds." H1NTTOGIRLSThe ; SKRMCK FIXHCA .

:- In addition, Mr. Churchill said that -' Bala'We begInning 'of year::, 1,..,County: Fund IC.87C.4. -
.
2. State =- the strength of Britain, with all "her glorious Anticipated I Reeeirrten 1. C Fund U.. '.,'.. t. ii : '
fact that Carole J unusually ,. ..
: ,Landis,4! % Slate-" Fends 2$.$1 0 ,
to'
,.. ... ...... tfideated :
tradition ,
of freedom "was the C ITopowed KxpenditutvsIK :
thing : 'recently ..
successful .film actress, BalaAaAd Renere. ant at sad of year: ".iU. ;*
; held in common that rose above the TbetnlllB... ,*o b* h.wled-w. the It4*,amwiwiweBi rodl t. fr..4v .*<*
party took her life .
.
may serve as sornething.of a errary revenues for those budgets f M- the tnnHnf,finral. year are

:.: system.! My Labor colleagues," he continued warning to thousands of young girls, n I. County TAstrlct! Suppon Current Levy and llalte Bach Dt tars strict Fand 4 4 v-*.**'-* -

.. "were as ready to give their lives and throughout the United States who think III. I>n>trk-t Interest aDd Kinking"nnd Each Platelet 2ve -
itrtf 1.S. S
1\ School Butldlnaand BBS React Fund Levy:
:: all they had rather than be beaten as any .that they have a future in Hollywood. Complete detail of each sepanutrlsetl I. part of tne school budget ..umvallabl Aikjor either vsay .'. ioh 4tTaJ .5 .
ahoy are on file and are a, for public lnspettoa at the
.: Conservative: or Liberal." Certainly, it .would not be fair to office of the Coanty Superintendent <.tt Schools at 2nd floor OuMy Courtr -maks mean the tame thing.
SW house and will also be available fo r <- public' hearing t t"tbHttb I .. ..
judge all actresses by the unfortunate demise all *upportl g statements and infor mattoa. .. .
All interested persona .re ear :: One of (the best tests of religion is of Miss Landis. but it is obvious that public hearing and to dlaea 't"e. i school program and budget for this OTTIED UNDER AUTMOIIIT Of THE COCA-COIA COAFANT IT .

:.. whether practice leads human beings she had eifjoyed 'a successful l film career County for. the' ensuing BOARD>'sai.(,F PCI: .tUC tVSTRCCTIOX a KEY WEST COCA-COLA BOTTLING' COMPANY '


-:.. toward ooperative effort for the common and that she had received sufficient moneyS :: )l.o. ROc..COl.I......r. ;'TV.BY FLORIDA: WILLARD M- MAI.BCRT. I ': ,- .;. 5 OD4.Th.CmeCd.Cc.eu.-< :',. I

good. 'enable her to "get what she wanted." ,. LV.\ County SuDHatead. -
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'JCIUil1lllHlRWU iIIHI TODAY'S. <."5 F J Brief Items Of' '
:
The Weather ..ANNIVERSARIES:: .::,1
SOCIETY NEWS r {Interest To Women
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Know America
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1742 John; Cfcves Symmes]I I A most attractive salad bone
JESSIE GIBSON FORECAST J 1 t
By 1 'soldier Colonial j ud?e of. ,the of avocado and grapefruit. Cut
Phones The Citisen Office-51 Key West and Vicinity* Partly*Northwest Territory founder of.:, the peeled avocado in half oed
: Residence-262-R f cloudy with few widely scattered cities including Cincinnati.. born then tnto crosswise slices. 'Arrange -

pillnlntninlUntnttintl"1in12ilpltttnlitll ttnlpWinillititlSlSlltnniltj showers. Gentle to moderate{in New York. Died Feb. ?6, 1814. alternate slices of the at o-
u t uminnttilllnlnnnnntnatllttulunlicul
180111'.eronB3ldw pioneer cado and grapefruit segments on
southerly winds. I
Farewell Dinner Given Mrs.: McNeil ; Florida: Scattered showers and missionary to the> West to watercress. Serve with 'a savory
whom several mid-West collegesare
French dressing.
thunderstorms mostly afternoons'and _
indebted. born "in Connecticut -; .
I Executive West RC evenings. _Otherwise partly -
Secretary Key '
Died April 1870.
cloudy thtu Thuraday. *lo..r ![ Begin Sunday dinner with a
East Gull apd Jacksonville I X826Mahlon Loonus, physi-special fruit cup made of cantaloupe -
Chapter, During ,Last Three YearsMrs thru Florida Straits: Gentle to eian-dentist pioneer in wirelessa honeydew and watennel-
L moderate winds southeast to I century before Marconi, first to on" 'Sweeten with simple safer
-. Helen McNeil, executive- Those'. attending the dinner south over south portion and use are, aerial born at.Oppen- Syrup if desired, and. top with
secretary of the Key West Chapter were-. south t6 southwest over north i heim'N.y, Died broken-hearted mint leaves.

American Red Cross was Mrs. Carols R. Nettles Mrs. portion thru --Thursday. Partly!because of failure to get a,hear ," -

given a farewell dinner last Anne Wade. Miss Genevieve cloudy with scattered chewers ing 1886 for, his inwentipa. 'T\ ,_.pet. '- tai ;;;, Fresh apricots add a delicteus'noteno

night at the Commissioned Offi' Gordon. Miss Gertrude Laub- and thunderstorms.No fruit, salas. They may-be
scher Mrs. Ruth Lange Mrs. small craft or storm warnings 1847-Blanche Willis Howard, halved and each hoHow stuffed.
cers' Mess Fi Tavlor. Mrs. Mc Maralyn Reynolds Mrs. Ruby have been issued.Report. popular' novelist>of, bed enera- With nutted cream cheese balL
Neil, who has been here for the; Morgan Mrs. Jolly Evans Miss lien, who lived her latt'litE' ill .

last three years is leaving Sat- Beulah Thaxton. Mrs. Ann R Germany,*born .in"',.'Bangor.. Me. f..ammuuAj nhIIDuHI IzIts
urday for her home In Gardenia. Burns. Mrs. Mildred Shepherd West Fla.., July 21. 1948 Died Oct. 7, 1893. '
Key
California. Mrs. Wilhelmina Harvey. Mr.I 1853-Anna A. Cordon, famed ALLMARK
Obaervttion taken at City Office. j -
.
The Chapter presented Mrs. and Mrs. Lee Goddard Mr. Hj'} 8:30 A.VL EST) temperance worker her age i -
McNeil with an overnight case Miller and Mr. Allan Hampton. [ Temperaror president of the World.W. c-T: > CARDS :

as a going-away gift. Unofficial Mrs. Carla R. Netlles will succeed Highest yesterday -- M U. born in. Boston."Died June", o Ketn O Moth1a
speeches of farewell were made Mrs. McNeil as executive t Lowest last night __ __ 82 15.' 1931. "I<
by the members. secretary. I Mean 86 1860 Chauncey Olcott popular Toy 3 9 Sundries
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---- ------- Normal __ _ __ 84 singer of Irish ballads bornin
= n' --
I British Seamen To Be Guests I last, PrecipitationTotal 24- hours- -_ .000 ins. 1932.Buffalo N. Y. Died March- 19, The HOBBY SHOP

Total this month 2.16 ins. 11CS Division Street Phone 91
At Outdoor Party Of YMCAAn ; Excess'this month : .22 inS. Piecese of salt .have-.been reported -. I

Total, this year 19.84 found in ,an Egyptian Open Sun. 8 A.M. to Noon
outdoor party is being held Life Adventure" (a popular program -I Excess this year .-- ,.1)9. hS.t tomb, dating from about 2400 B. .
Sunday afternoon Boca Chica from the U.S.O. days will Relative Humidity 't' C. ..-.unIlClllf\llUllUllllUlnmmnuJl tmnazITHREE
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Beach by the Armed Services have an appeal to all who attend A.M. '?!

YMCA with the cooperation of ). s .t,8:33 63',* '. I'
Mr. and Mrs. 'Cyril Marshall, The Girls Service Organizationof BarometerSe HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES
Capt. Aclell the G.S.O. (Girls the "Y" will act as hostesses I ( Len) &38.AJ4. -*-

Service Organization), and Capt. and terve the refreshment during 30.01 ins.-10163, mb. Located la the Heart of the City
Busey of the Boca Chica Air the afternoon. A weiner roast .
Base for 15 men from HMS Bat- is also planned as part of the TomanoWAJJ' aaae RATES ROO"IS I "WRITE or WIRE
I Sunrise 5:50 ajn. REASONABLE for
RESERVATIONS
tleaxe and 15 from HMS Cross program.*
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bow. Sunset 7:16.JMU. with BATH and TELEPHONE
Chaperones and for
sponsors .
Moonrise 8:** pm.
The program department of the Beach Party will be. Mr. and I 7:00 ajn. .
the Armed Services has planned Mrs. Cyril Marshall Mrs. Ruby Moonset -.-- Ford Pershinsr MillerHotel

a well rounded program for the Metzer and Gerry Finder Pro- TIDES : ;
afternoon's activities. VolleyBall gram Director of the Armed a i Hotel Hotel

Archery, and the "Marine Services YMCA.Convent Tomorrow SO NX. 3rd St. 22S N.E 1st AT*. 223 NE. 1st Ave.
(Naval Base) !I.Fasters
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Local Kiicanis I Alumnae Hl9b.Standard Low Time, ) I 'Elevator 80 Elevator Rooms
I. Solarium Heated
10:20 am. 3:36 ajn. s _
To Organize t Will Give Dance 11:35 p.m. 5:14 p-m. '3 .BLOCKS FROM_ UNION BUS STATION
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Club For Boys } Alumnae of the Convent of ,ADDITIONAL-TIDE DATA I

Mary Immaculate will sponsor a Reference Station: Key West.:
Key West Kiwanis Club held a dance at the Catholic center Du- Tine of|Height of
meeting last night in -the South val street Friday from 9 p. into StationT". pUsh water
Beach restaurant. Al Frizzell of midnight. Music will be provided BaLla Honda -
the American Red Cross was by the Musicians' Protective (bridgeOh 10m '0.0 ft
guest speaker., Association, local 202.
No Name Key
Kiwanian Milt Placy of the'Hallandale. : The alumnae announce that (east end) _-f2h 20m .. HiO'ey.
Fla., club talked .on members will serve to chaperoneany Boca ChicaSandy .
the work his, club is doing in teenagers Home from thedance ( Point)-Oh 40m '
helping boys and girls in Hallan if their parents so desire. Caldes Channel -AT4
dale. I
i '(north end) _+2hlOm +
Plans are' underway to organize j, The promontory known as Gees oOo : Pe '
1"1-1
a Key Club in Key Westj The Point was called West Point by NOTE $
Key Club is the junior activity the settlers on the. opposite side sign Correctionsto Hs'p
Minus
1 of Kiwanis. the as'in their descriptions (-)- :
j, of river be subtracted. ... I
It takes in boys of high school) they designated it as "the "
Corrections to
age, who attain high marks in i point to the west" and thus (+)-Plus sign: "'

citizenship and scholarship. Wc';! Joint N. Y. got its name., be added.. '
The organization of this youth '-fI >(h) Hour. .'-' ,, 4 .
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club is under the supervision and During *h$ past 200years,J (m)-Minute
direction of. Ira F. Albury and more than 100 kinds of birds (ft)-reeu -' +'
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his committee on boys and girls have become extinct. '
work. Other members of this i Ploughing is called:the most

committee are Dr. Allen Shepard One of the first steam saw- I important opertaion 'in agricul-, -
Sam Lawrence Ellis Bradley mills in the United States waS I 1 I ture.GARDNER'S. _
Walter Walston and Paul located on the lower Mississippi!
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Two Births In II I: SPEEP) S / E A 'Jfl -

Naval Hospital:, Kcys Optical Sicc 1 I I 4'' /RELf NPIGFST4VH FOR At/ -.


A, six pound thirteen ounce : 110 DUVAL STREET
daughter was born in the U. S. (Near Fla. NaVL Bank) ,

naval hospital on July 17, to I '
Mrs. Beatrice Shelton. wife of'' Lenses Accurately Duplicated
Herman L. Shelton TN SURAS- :! -Sun Glasses s
NORTHEAST
SOUTHOR
DEVDET section base. She has:' Prescriptions Filled _
been named Herman Le Rose.' 1-Day Service, on WEST, ... .
A six pound, fifteen ounce i' Singls Vision Leases
daughter was born-on July 16, to PHARMACY Toke your choke. of Summer's grandest
Mrs. Madge Anderson wife of T. L AMY OpticianI 1114 Division St, at Vareli pleasure lands'- GREYHOUND
Elmer V' Anderson LTJG USN. /hone 177 Fre e Delivery r' WILL TAKE YOU Seasoned vacationers -
USS Irex New London Conn. found"
i hove Greyhound's big
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The little has
girl been namedGra"lene' - new air-conditioned_ luxury buses

Vincent. DON'T FORGET THE t % fitted with every facility for complete
travel fares
enjoymet'lt.low to everywhere -

Intimate Glimpses Sensational OPENING SALE _, meant ,extra money for an, .

Dreams do come and extra stay.Check your holiday com-
true justto NOW'ON ATPOLLOCK'S '
,., jvGay Havana, exotic Key
prove my point I have a fish i o '.pm
tale to relate. Mr. and Mrs. Ed : West exciting great titles, sparkling
Brice with their daughter Jackie :i beaches or cool, green mountains -

left home at 3:30 Sunday \\\ttll/f1 QuflLITy_ e- then go the best woy-GREYHOUNDI
morning to go to Grassy Key and i
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catch a bonefish. Mr. Brice. be-,I f W f L E .S : '. .
jng a Pan American Airlines pilot .v 5 E E M Q -::
is not given to sudden fits of e> -
excitement but he threw cau-I j 508 DUVAL STREET r I SAVE MORE :
tion to the winds, when, after Air-Conditioned t Open Every Evening Until 9:00 o'Cloek I
less than an hour's fishng he ; -
caught a seven-pound bonefish. I ---

Sam1# 4041 ?R'LCd
Commissioner and
City ;Mrs.

Louis Carbonell left yesterday at \ V/HEN IN MIAMI BEACH. .. JACKSONVILLE S 8.60
nOOn for New York City where .
they will spend a month's vacation TAMPA .__ _. 7.60
i Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete .
Mr. Carbonell, along with .. ASHEVILLE, N. C. 15.70
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Gonzalo Benzanilla and Herman
NEW ORLEANS _, 17.7O
Urion. will attend the Lion's i HOTEL! -

Convention July 26, 27, 28. I CHICAGO __- 23.03
i NEW YORK CITY 23.75
Mrs. C. S. Tinch McAlaster. .

Okla.. has been spending the .art.. tsc r.: .. Ia A.e r.r..
past two weeks Vith her son-in- .
= -- !.R..I Tsw Crew/ T.lit8er'Iii
law and daughter. Lt and'Mrs. "
W. P. Ramay. 25 Rest Beach ; ii W_ .. _.. ii /- CMAITU A OUTMOWNO Fi
She will leave Friday for Mississippi -- -- -- 4

where she will spend .JIW--= .- LOW j !!:t. GREYHOUND BUS STATION
some time before returning ; --- ;
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SUMMER l RATES
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home. I ;512 Soutbvd at Bahama
I .- I chMtr.K..ifc B..cfc t.ctioa .Gtj Tr. tol TO C s.p.A e.-. PHONE 242GREYHOUND
Mrs. K. C. Gummerson and Cocktail l+mm*. S.i.cl --. .

son. Scotty. 1440 Grinnell street
will leave by plane Friday for TA NEW SURF A
Washington and Pittsburgh.
They will spend a month visiting
ON THE OCEANFRONT S9th ST.
relatives in those cities. AT
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Mr. and M/s. Aquilino Lopez, ;f EUGENE E. DENNISON Blaaager

218H Duval street returned yes Former Manager of the Case Marina ,
terday from Cuba. where they t .
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Inforiualiom for the Advertisers' : I'..

RATES ron Rbuttutn _< rAYxc.'r, ;. ;
BLA.CKFACB TTPB Payment for classified advertise-
...ltt. ta Invariably I",advance,*bat
Advertisements under 'this head regular advertisers wilt ledgers..
will b. Iniwted In The Cltlren at counts mar haTe their advertise
s a the rate .f 2e a word for each In. meats charred -, <. '
e.rtlon. but the minimum charge for PtMLICATIOr DE DLn'l
the first IS words or leas Is 3 ec. To insure publication copy .plat.
The rate for .._..,.- typ* is :c a be in The Citizen of ;;ee before-Itcloik ,
word.iand the minimum (.barge for .' In the moraine of the :day
the first 1* words Is 45C. of publication. 11 h
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.- Nt AJI 'advertfeinir la accepted uoder the following coft : lIat
reaq of error IB advertising, transient or contract. The. eft will:.
u s responsible only for the first Insertion In ClamUM'A... .;. and
DUs>lar tdvertlalBa for only the actual amount of space octafpied by., 1.
part of the advertisement where the error oceura.. p
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FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR ;
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Furnished'"2 1- -room apartment. Bungalow small store. building

Utilities furnished. Couple only.I and lime grove otf four. wee
Apply 915 Windsor Lane. '. lots size 50' x 120-each, in good

jlyl-tf section. This can be bought ton

--"'...-"'.. .' r ...;.... } easy, terms. Johnson & .John
., .t .. -- ''" It\irmshed apartment new gas son. Phone 372. t Jtyfctf
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.r.f. 'k ( Pj Wirephoto range electric refrigerator, continuous -i
-- hot water. Monthly. 500 sheets. 8fc x 11, white neWs-
I c EN. JOHN J* PERSHING'S:BOTjTf sjA'<|a tate jn the rotunda: ;of .tha capitol at Washington. and Phone 215. jlyl-tf,' print, 23c. Artman Press, Citizen.

is-Y> wed: by .some,of the thou. ndi--wX i.filed &V ;fojhovH\..A.woman is lifting a child for a. batter Building Phone 51.

'..riew. The body remained her8'44tours.beere'. burial. in':Arlington Cemetery Monday: jly-15t
f.1.? ., ,.; Four apartments. Apply 411
.___' -.. ;William Street. jun28-30tx t
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t r One Whizzer motor bicycle for
;; Yon .' ;; 1E't kwsITS. THEM IN MISSISSIPPI I I I sale. Apply 126-C Pomciaca.:
Do hnow'That' "i"' '' _.... .. __ =_ Newly constructed efficiency : Price $100.00. jlyI9-3tx
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: apartment All electric kitchen j!(I i -,._ ?.. -4*"
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tJJyU is, Independence Day. tile bath; hot water, nicely i ifurffehed. !New exhaust fan finest motor

+ ,. Uol9mb1a., "i, x4 ; :: Small children very reasonable. Apply Jack's
$65 month.
cepted per aC.I' .
Barr Overseas 917 Flem.
HolfL
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809 Elizabeth Street. I
:l the black -diamon': .
ing Street 12 to 7
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tii 3tpi\: found in Brazil ,in jly7-lf J JI _: : pan.jlj203t
$, \. '3250 carats; 1 I'.I'
Furnished one-bedroom apartment passenger ,
3 practically new tires,
'1 T1}e.,,atmosphere in which 'the'j. Bath large living room. 650=15. Whitewall' Goodyear:
earth.:is embedded is.a. mix tire I electric kitchen. all utensils and Only 150 miles jtsage. ;:Bal

1 4 ,ofq4iqsi:; the 'main constituents jjJ. utilities furnish No pets. 2 bargain. EasternAuto and

..bein :f.mlrbgen (78 percent. )"'and)> blocks from beach. Reference.Call Home' Supply, Inc*' jly20-St.
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,oxy5eoj; 'percent). ; j- d dt 753-M. jly!9-4tx 4-

"I'.1'' ; I 14-ft. boat no leaks. 'neason ble.

f For Rent-Large furnished apartment Phone 390. *. jl. >20- txi
; 'forZ1b.: all tile bath and shower t

FcUoral';.institution, assists public* electric kitchen 4 rooms and Speed Queen ''wash; .Whizzer

ln>filbf ons in the' education of. ;_ bath. Apply after 5 p nu, 1019 motor bike. Call '732-J ,6-7:34

the-,1 nd.. J ,I : -4 I Flagfer St. Call 740-R. p.m. 4 : jl. >20-3U

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The ord transcend comes' s ; Upright Howard pidho. .Good
fronvthc Latin'meaning; 'to climb\ a te Efficiency apartment and tone. 8000. Apply. '710 Bak-,

bev nd.:-,. ** .. .bedroom apartment Couples\ era Lane.. j1y20.3tx
only. Paul's Tire
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jly20-6t I Delicious Lady Bordert ice cream
Hughes;ci on Irish'n me, often .
stands.for MacHugh; whiehsiL an -tops in goodness.# La Farola'
Anglicized. form. of thou lushAQdh' Furnished one-bedroom apart- Sundry. William at Windsor..
.. ment on Grinnell Street. Couple jlyI6-lr;nion-wed-
(fire) ,
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-\ ', only. $55.OQ, plus utilities.
Phone 11G5-R mornings. Beautiful MacArthur Ifome, unfurnished
A/tTyckaboe, N Y. man, hat S
jl>21-23-2tx three bedrooms,corner
beeftr granted forsubwayjurJcoaditioning ,
a patent ; ; '
tire
lot seven lime seven
apparatus. Large furnished one-bedroom cocoanut trees. 3000'Seidenberg
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Cf/mmaJity has increased apartment on Pearl Street. I'l Avenue, call 1047y.. '.\
anunftba Rent $110.00 perl month. Phone :7 3Iy21tz'Pressure
inablo extent it is reportied. i ,
./! \ : '; s. 1185-R mornings. 1
SoviethesF.stnnia. ?j. jl2l-23-2tx I I cooker (National Nolif
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; f. / ,, '' (H" Photo I for and poking
American1 =. j }iif h t ) canning jen::
k .;.Iofntral; 'mytholoy. .' -. '" --J ._ } HELP WANTEDMALEAutomobile tire meat Excelleitconditl: .
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\: 'g' nkej s?w ere once araoti1. ,lwn. an'.<. ; MEiiBtHStJF'TWO: FAMUJCS4vb9 *tefJ4lni Poland.ahc*<| ofinTasJoo 1 Also adjustable dress fo t

::e .. 2.. ;;t o ,.A'd6ifitleiYl arrive in New York aboard the S.S. paint and body man. I Phone 1315-R. -tf Jl>21-... '
," ,. route new HatUesburg. ,Miss. Alltits4 t Apply in writing. P.O. Box I .5 -S tri
'f J \ 1bc.;:Ilstadruttl.jrsthe: GeneralFeatioh .'N \gwShar 'fh. to, home ,
( of Jewish,Labor:in :.vilt'ii.H1ai, sb1Jrg with Sam Sackler (not shown). a 346 Key West. jly9-3t I Hangover toilet. 1105 Wat'oaStreetv

TafeairleMaintains ',severalservices ;,"'b: I f.Qri. mai4 add :one,' woman in the group. Front. leftYt'e.tig3lly Phone 77J.. '
week. Sell I I.
Boys.Over $50 name jlj213txElectric
-sac J/ : that would ordin;' f thana11'Sac'7Jer. 9: David SacJder 6. and Manyaac plates for front doors. Write 54' "

'it; 1 .Ie. ;functions of the .govern- ; : tIe{ .1I.i1' leaF."left"to'right: Solomon Winder. 16: Rachel Dave Dixon Box N.E.c., c/o refrigerator,Coldspot 7

t t'l' : rZi 4:'$V4nr1'' t,+'a.istpr. \ ti(. Sadder? Aaron Winder 18: Feiga Sackler.bu3band Citizen. jl)21-ltx cu. ft. Good condition. UriiV<
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-.-- htt) sraeL, br ,.U1ei' of Sam. and, Michael Sac1der. 13.Bj1e'r just overhauled. jllD Palp*',

'topiral .cyclone.is ho .1j.l.... Y\-, ;': V > ...-.:-__- Hat head presscr. Experienced ciana. Phone 117' -M. *|.
s as Awrrjcane in the West Ind.es1. ; \ only. St adypositioI1- Day /
"Wi
and-tIS,'a typhoon in the.Chirm I union scale. Poinciana Dry 31y213tx'l
.' sea$ -" : !' tIpatqtiarters. ,Cleaners. jly213txREFRIGERATION mattress
t. : : IsAmcrika A baby's crib and Mgji
,p. 1"r, : chair and ironing boards Very'reasonable.
InV Peru, the original: Inca :seat $ N pn' Hans'ttrnan No. Hunt's Lane
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of fri c; half the po ulationairstl11itca ,, .
Indians.. .,J. ."f.'\ J.t'.1 ''';.. ":! ; work f jlr213tatMust ;.
and commercial
Domestic
:U4 whereIzcr
7'l = ii >j-HiUer's former headquarters
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guaranteed. Home *?
)o nationa'I debt has l ecrJduc@ :-t i lifb, !lttof.ur.r."S a "signed is now "Amerika Hau-i" a'Uintomallon Holbrook-Refrigeration Service dry,sell$1,200 Bendix cash plus six notes
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by$20 billion from"its wartime center for Germans." call +724W.. jly21-6tx Leaving August 1st. 1012 DaI

peak 1" Here, 15,000 .hook .,: 5,000 :magazines, and newspapers music vision Street, ,jlyl7-ttx '
; : : orti*.* hccUlrc halls'and'a theater are provided for Germans to learn FOR RENT-cOTTAGES
1 domestic supply of oil foe boyt;the- *Urfited Statoj-end thg rest'of the world from ....hichthey FOR SALE-USED CARS"
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the ,x-pmmg year is estimated ,afj have.bcB" "isolated .sVtong. ltJ$ one.of the biggest of'scvel'al.6uch Furnished cottage, near Commissary -

an average of 6,000,000. ,barrels a i zone'ritics. Apply 704 White St. Model 1940 Ford panel truck.; Asia

: t" ..d/Q'..,. s_ :venters9n4'Aherican. ; jIy193txSmall ply Perez Bros., Bakery 1623 a
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White Street. jun30-t|

i Sims: "Only* Brave :Men ..l TODAYS BIRTHDAYS I for couple furnished and cottage one child.suitable Apply Ford truck long wheel--r basel='*

.. : (Know America) 1306 Division Street I stake body. Very good JT l'-'t
l"' .' ,.. .:t U.. S Senator Bourke B Hic- jly 19-6t chanical condition. See Mr:

'keiuopper of Iowa Republican, Chas. E. Smith fOr.. Cly d

Mir.t.o-ToTI 1oiintioii'I born at Blockton, Iowa 52. year Furnished. new one-bedroom cottage Mallory Lines, sit jly19.8tl
ago. near beach. Adult couple
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f J'* e 1 ,SIls ., t U. S. Senator William E, Jen- only. No pets. The Price Organ- 1939 convertible La ,Salle witi*'
V Br ,EDWARD H. : -s
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; 1 ization. Realtors. 411 Fleming 825
ner of Indiana Republican. born radio. 30000. Apply ;
p ; The Citizen's WasbingtonCeriespendentPHILADELPHIANational Marengo, Ind.. 40 years ago. St. Phone 124. Grinnell Street <: jl>20-4ty'

conventions.are:aiest. ot -men sendurance. : Ernest Hemingway, famed jly2-fri-mon-wed '40 Chevrolet tudor sedan. En

They are-to use an old,arnfy eXpression-where.,I:author born at Oak Park 111., glee and rear overhauled

the boys: are separated from the .tnen Invariably: the delegates ,I 50 years ago. MISCELLANEOUS Phone 841-M. *, jly20-3tz...
in high spirits. off the,Umrtvor injrne Joseph Barnes New York'snew :
amye They get plane,
Washers and Truest In first,
r newspaper publisher born irons vacuums 1933 Model B Ford ,
fettle. They take taxi to the hotejeverpops ,-
a. poking happy in ;Montciair N. J. 41 years ago. fans repaired. O'Briat.l, Phone1164M. class condition. $200.' 1219 Sff:
and all expecting to back the winner-their OAWI- candidate., 'I The Rt Rev. Benjamin D. Dag- jlyl-tf monton Street jryl9-3tx

Before they know..it the deals 'have:started..and the smoke I well P. E: bishop of Portland, ".

gets tiuck. There are so many various,schemes": so many good j Oregon born Susquchanna. .. Floor sanding done by experts. 1940 Hudson sedan. 907 Virgir4a
friends pulling different directions, apd tad many rumors that yeans ago. Free' estimates given.. Phone Street Phone 303 :a,

things get hazy. And the smoke in.the room jets thicker.. ,-One j 158 Lewis S. RoscnstisL board 163, or call at 701 Caroline Stjlyltf jlj-21-Ste-

can barely make out the outlines of delegates. .. moving; 'about.: on I: chairman of Schenley Distributors -
the opposite side of the room, ., Corporation, born in Cincin *37 Plymouth. 15000. A4ga '
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s A caucus is called. And now nati.. 57 years ago. Caroline Shop 2:3''Ann Street 1000 Eaton Street. jly2t-oN ,
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the convention has likerita tolL..t i, trable;:=Wisjiy figures move pain; ,'r' Harold Boeschenstein of To1do will remain open through July i
Various have, fully:about wondering how- long Ohio glass manufacture. with increasing stock of new. '40 Pontiac club coupe' with 1945
delegates beenconvtneed -
various'sure it will tie beibefore-the end. > But ,, born in Erwardswlle. I1L ,5% inexpensive cottons for slipcovers engine. New pant. 1327:: i
The delegation of things.fight there res.tne;: :JtilLputUn: .sin'a' years ago. 'f and draperies. From 10 White Street. Jr jl-l-3tj"
is splitA show'qf extibe mice. % j l I! Dr. Walter B. Pillsbury ofh_ to 5 daily except Thursday and
develops in the group: And the., l University of Michigan psychologist Saturday afternoons 1937 Oldsmobile Seda.j gOod codition. /i.
.' nwA-fe' stet! thicker. Sleep .js a j
: FORiJtENT..APA1tTMEN'l'S.j radio and heater. A
: *| ,I,[ emeritus, born in Burlm.11.orL' .- jly617tPublic ,
of the the '
thmg past as conven- '
: : ,Iowa, 76 .' northern car. 'Call A- J. ,Lar-
years ago.Frances -
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tion naves forward.,* On to vie-,j, 1".1 .P Keyes. author, bornin stenographic service crick 5th Di ;sio.YSS GU- ,

1itpryI.' ,' I!i'ThtTStufa[ i HoieL;.,4lO"' 'Fleming t : 'Virginia, 53 years ago. availableMrs.. Houston. Apt more. \t., jlySl-Stx

.-l..* ... JVilbe .weak.. candidates dr6p:1.Sheet,. hlls-p' efficiency :apt'I I. 103 Coral Hotel Apts., opposite

i .. ,QUt.ux'tt'e; lasVlap the deals get :, and.sever*!>4l eping roosts \acant. HELP. WA.NTED-nMALl: Post Office jly7-6tx GARDEN AND LAWNSUPPLIES" ,

higher'ahd the pressure greater '. .Lo w.weekly. monthly. 4 4t ft> ; "

Confef nce after conference, day 1 t t .rates. : *....: .' jl ,, Wanted-:.Steno-clerk with some Outside white- paint porch floor i
New Monterey superstrengthrayon
knowledge- general office 'enamel; inside enamel $2.75gaL
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and ruaht it continues. .Then. the.+"- :.'.- >.'IOR.. .BENT. -HOOMSv, .1 t work. Aoply in person or letter Hardware toys electrical cord hose wont kinks
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demonstritionswe'mb"t put on.: to Office Superintendent appliances. Complete line So- snarl or snake. SpeciaL .".95.

the best show. Look happyhave e ; ti i dQS..: Public Instruction 2nd Floor. may paint and supplies. Doher- at Key West Garden and Lawn. .,
enthusiasm,, sing! Parade andsing' : hQt: platen iefril etatoSf. t :Phone F!l County Courthouse. jly7-7t tY'Hardware 848 Olivia corner Supply 914 Fleming- St.. !
And' the smoke gets. 3 R727-Eaton. ej1y203txCaean4 I Packer. Phone 1597. jIy! -U_ j1s2o-st k

"thicker.By* :1 ; i Salesladies (2), neat, appearance I
the final day the cheerfulness .. eotntpi lablei airy' .room," experienced preferred permanent Kids: Popside Pete offers prizes STORAGE <
has gone. The hope of Democracy ::='r '.t*fan/beds.Reasonable *, umWhitehead resident. One to speak galore for double popsicle I Co.V'Ftitrnittu14'

is: discouraged. Circles)t 'IJier'r t:e. .513 5.SL, t', Spanish. Apply Pollock'* Quality wrappers. Try 'em.,. La Farola Bed Brick Storage
droop".beijeath.. every eye. .AndU', -'oJtJ, 69it eurt .-'.'" "-" .Jewelers. ;503 Duval Street Sundry. William at Windsor. l or commerciaL Phone.798. S;

.the smoke. by now, .ify-unpcne- !J,f : <** ;. : :.t jl>:l :! 3'tx. __ ... .. jl}20-32 jlyI6-fri-mon.wed-Gt ----S--' .r Jlyl-tf

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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN- So.
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2 \ BENNY'S .: : TROPICAL TRADER i WHERE TO BUY II Wtia,i'sad -t tteob',bat!t u T where IHIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU { Ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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| Motor Court : : eeeeeae. ...ee....SPS:. .u., !.... ...a...e ..aaaaaaeeeaeeeeeeeeeeee..................... .:
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: 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 :
909 Simoiitou St.' .. If It Is EIctrical t WE REPAIR IT! t i POOR OLD CRAIGService i &
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Ownenhip-Management ; :' t Nice Selection) .of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :' :. '--'_ : WE SELL IT,1 I : .. f; _

e of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for, the Children : : We Will ICall: For tad DeUrerSO : J WHITE STAR : Station : .
Beginning Monday, SEC: OURSHOWING"' ; : Yeara' Experience la Electrical Work, : S ,
Electrical I CLEANERS J. H. BRADY. PHONE I1M :
Manager
: Appliances; } .: -I : :
I July 19 ih of ., ;i w ? 5- :
,........................._.............. ...!. I ;': C- 21t.DuvalStreet: : : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : Francis and Division Street : "

u. I' 1 WILL BE CLOSED ., :......................r........... >eeeeeeee jl.: itI .\ : '. ,ltU1'.. ,. .'EaWCTR'i; ;: !av .; I"**_" --.. :' : 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accc*'orie. s
.l 122 SIMONTON STREET : :
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A. Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer"
; Until September : HOME I SUNDRY STORE....1 ''t .. .J.:+ ..;..;; .. :. t..........: ..'' '. !............................................. K
.. i ,.....eeeee.*f*>V**.**e..ti.......... ................... : Dry Cleaning : ............................................
I THE BEST OF STEAKS. I. ; of
,' : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST.. : \ ; :
'''he Drinks and t : : and Pressing
Tropical
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: nifttilibf RADIATOR
: RUSSfLL'S '
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J Tempting Fresh Fruit :. Tour Potrooogo Invited" .f..a 3 24-HOUR SERVICE
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Pies will available a : : :Free Pick-Up and _
t M tl. u in September at ': Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : $! 1.. -. U Delivery ServiceJ : NOW AVAILABLE: :

'e Benny's Motor Courteeeeeeeeetveeeeeeeeeeee : .Sick Room Supplies School Supplier : :. vwKJ. t:,:DRY, ". ,'< OODS. SUITS for MEN :' : 9.Rod Cleaning .I Kc/Hiiring and Q Flushing :

.' : Toilet Preparations and Articleseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: ,::' '-':.'',' : E,- ", ..:.::1' _110. $.'OLIVIA... STREET. .': ,: and WOMEN : AUTO AND : i'
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t ........... TGUY'S
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;t eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ .e... .... ..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMUMFORD .: Let Those Serve5erre : ;: ., .: _.. PHONE 282 :. : 803-05 GREENE STREET : ";':
Wlto ,Beat : : Specializing_ -: s.......:. ............: .................................. ..-......... -4

: and ROSS : : WE HAVE: NEVER : :. 'in- :. '...i.................... .............:............:..................s -
: : 220 DUVAL. STREET '
: : BETRAYED A TRUSTs i : BEAUTY : L
,FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : WE NEVER WILL :. TIT" orne", ', d'd.. i : CAROLYN SIIOltltE : ,
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\ Carrier itOPEZ : Overseas, Hotel 313 Fleming St. !
720 DUVAL STREET i AirConditioningfor : U
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Juvenile Furniture : Ambulance ServiceTelcphojie548l; Children'sAppafel : !t.= DONALD BARBER t ,

HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : : '"" Domestic' and Commercial Use : : : J. i. :, 'F 1 i1eral Service : We Specialize In -
: S33 PHONES
,J : : ...w.............a.......................e 9150.......: Never Sleeps S : {...,:,..,Established. 1815 : Scalp Treatments )Hair Dyeing e .

i ; Plastic: Inlaid Congoleum : .. .....)........................ ..............S ......... ...-........... .i.............i:.iU...' i :. Phone 175 ALU; TTPF* OP u,.i.WAVKS..K CCBTIBPEHMA.HEMT :, ..:
p4 ,: Axminsler Broadfelt .. .. .........r......................a.f.......e.e.t.ti } Licensed''Funeral'Directors I.............................e e...*.........

y .. RADIOS andAppliances .. \ .. 1. ,=.:- 'and ............................................,
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r' ... \ ... i .,r jlflliJ; ,!i.. A. MYERS- -... ;, I ,t **" :.Enibalnicrs : STFJ. .'S BEAUTY NOOK fi( : S

e : ,24.H'ourI :. Culture
: Scientific Beauty
k : : Licensed .. .' :: :
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., "Terms Arranged .'' t.k \ : '- in AH'Branches- ;; .
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OPEN.TILL 9:00 P.M. : .. ; .. '" -' \ Ambulance.. : : Thoroughly Experienced -.: "
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1 MON. and. SAT. '. MINTING Contractor I -- : -
Operators
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t ...................... .. '',. : : ALL WORK GUARANTEED, t .;- '. ,- Son Water Used ExchulTClj :
S ,. 'I&; rRE1ESTIMATES : rt
.- "r----4M--.8127. 114 Duval Strait. Jellerson Hotel, t I It 5- Pfcona.lM} r- Night &18.i : Phone 637 536 Fleming St.eeeeeeee .L..i

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PRICE TOURS i ir 1823 Harris ATC. Key WeU. Ha. : ..si..e..-.::...:....... .Forrrw Customers, friends and the Public InvitedFrances
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'III: HOTPOINT :1 Beauty Salon
;' : PassengerRepresentatives : PHONE) 1374-R. : .Ran Key y.West, Fa.! :

: : :. : Refrigerator! Disposals and Electrical Appliance* % Frances Park. Owner ::
\ : STREET:
1910 GRINNELL
f ow \w-rso (stul W : I..: Washing. Machines\ for Itnmcdiatc.Delivery' ; \ SOUVENIRS :
-, : '' Culture in all its Vhasa
', :: FLORIDA EAST ,; ................................................. HOME APPLIANCE60S t'j : ,;CONGHSHEETS : : Beauty Permanents Scalp Treatment :
:All SIs s' ,: .
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: COAST RAILWAY ........................:....a....a......a...a... : SIMONTON STREET (PHOJfB' 11 .* (P" __ Facials Shampoo Manicuring : "
.... ......................... .........Z i. : ror Appointment Phon.1391e ....!.
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: ft. ... COANUI'S ......... .............
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Row Located Next :, Save 20% 'Fire Insurance ': .. .a a e. a' e.' '" I ;: .. ..........................................
on, dwellings. :. : ; ,
S DR. COBO'S : ttwrc:a n a 1. .. il'.:Landscaping J Marl and Top Sbil 'j s f NGES : PHONE 1311:
INSURING with ",; Marion'sFeaturing.
by "* it- ''1 1400 Duval Street ; y
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bldgs. 4 *
OFFICE S hou"i:i -t : :*f. I-1-. ;; ;-!* [ (t;
: hold and per .Atlantic'Mutual Fire Insurance'*to$l.-.l.i:,: ? !> (. % *!:$qu.."S6.50.PER YARD or $1JX) PER SACKfK:51 2 '. "" m CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON
-t.L. S FLEMING' STREET sonal affects. ;'_. .. "+\\.1; .;,, i: i i''U si'MAM-HAULED.5XO for.4 YARDS .5 y. .: : ;;WfA' flip to'Anr-Part : U.s.A. .
in the
'. AU Policies Noa-Ass asabl. : ilirflL j'fcnc Reasonable,,. .W' of, /S. Ccmoda Southernmost House S ..
; Her of La Concha Hotel Save 15? .pa -_; : lHt} 1Ii :i\mt\ ,; : ; red and MarrSpr.aci-Vut:: ': : : .
J : MercantileStock .J. L. Crusoe,.Agt. Phone 674 J tr? s \\ r. v :!'. Marcy.' Palacio' S .
PHONE 124 ll 1021 OliviaSt.PHOKE801 .- .: .Spot Reducing. MacLEVY\
eaeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaeaaeeaaeeaeaeee. .- ........ ........e....e............e.e...e..e..e. : U. VV'EE"H i|i Rear, .401 -South S t. -, "@ ..l\Icchal1ical.l\la'W!' c METHOD\ \-

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: BEAUTY
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It I B.&B. CYCLE"SHOP i, : JEFFERSON COFFEE. SHOP ;: : For Mon Nat :
: Ride the Bus to the : i : ural Hair TintIng -
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Is : : ul jDUVAL BTtir.ri* : : : ; :
\ GOLF COURSE U.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : : :- or Finest :
St. : -
822 Fleming ; Open 1 Daily and Sunday : In Permanent ,
Sale :
Motor\ Scooters : 5,P.BL to 1 A.M. ,: : : s Waves ... .
Cnshman
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: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE: miters :. Z'y. -.LeaseTmprorad : "{,. .' .. Beauty ,
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches '. e ;.. Rentals : u ,
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S a ME AWAY. .;. -REASONABLE*..........ee PRIieeeeeeeeeeeeee .'E3-..*...-aea* ea- .ftI':'> .:. ., Management' ': U ,, >: ,::: .;:fl: :' Colony

.. TAKE : .. ......:................................'.....* .: \ Vacant : -: '- ,:. 821 Soothed ,
; .5 hop rUus. KarAd Watt : 't'i. Street
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: BUS MaazMCoari ... f"t i1"/h. Next to Southernmost -
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J NO.1. ; I, iURANCE : i ,- F Beauty
to the s i Now you can rid aa conomi- ... oirroSa ;; a ,
.v School
GOLF '; e 4 r cal while Cut paying*""*"foe Motor it... end Scooter the : : FIRE WIND AUTOBONDS- .! !-fitHCHHEINER; : tJf4{0.<1L1 2' -' ;;); AU Licensed: : .'"
LINKS other S '" .,.., ,A' ..
money you sere over : and ALL.OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE -4 e ft: 'REALTOR Beauticians
: method of transportation, pays 1 -.11 Flsmtog Street : .' ,w..:< > ,t Specializing> inMost ,

,., : Have Fun! : for e ormetioa.Cuihmen. Come ia for'free : : Key VI est insurance Co.< t '. 0: -: 'Sli WUtakaad Str: .t .: :. .;,.;... ',T A" ,, Phase Modern ol .".

f: KEY WEST GOLF CLUBeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: .............................eeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : 111 SIMONTON STREET PHONZ. 1=11 -Ja ': *leas' 124- sad 7H :. : : "" Beauty Culture .
in Front of Postot
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: 24 Experience RS"S in Waichmak R i : FOR SALE : f Jif ;BEAUTIFY' ( 1 i .j[1 INSURANCE. Good'Work-Low PricesDaily : "

between fc30 A.M.and 3:30 ,
ing qualifies us to assure Our Customers Must Be : 2 Your Entire Howe with : : : ...
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: and : IIi I OFFICE: S PJ you accuracy: depend r
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ability in repairs. : Satisfied J Ii I:L1N'OLEUM I It .:: .518 SOUTHARD from public by Sanlor Students ol ,a
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.... : Whether it is the Inexpensive : 10'DIVISION STREET PHONE"l3SO 14.13): I I[ f 1 (itt). IN[!i > : STREET : TheSouthernmost "

... the most seven costly) seventeen jewel or :. w OVERSEAS CYCLE STOREDRUM t < or "ASPHALT; TILE i 5. a Opposite-. Bus Station *

infiniia Is always ..................................... School
JeweL care : ...... .
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... U guaranteed. ................................ .. .. ... :, EXPERTLY INSTALLED : i i1ltoneNo.l : of Beauty Culture .

o .-II..: : If your watch Is not : TELEPHONE 1454. FOR ESTIMATE -'. .
giving you complete satisfaction U BAR and : \ i : 523 Southard Street
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why not bring : 3 .
It in? Our chaVgss are extremely S : PACKAGE DEPARtMENT i Key W 0 .. : -. ..-THE- There are a number available with over 800 hours v
reasonable. of state approved instruction: who know the latest
: : us DIVISION STREET PHONE: Sill : : Allen
: P 4 rter i phases in'beauty culture. These student beauticians
SS DAN VARQLL : "We" Deliver"" Floor Co. under expert: supervision of a licensed teacher of

: WATCH and JEWELRYREPAIRING i : e Belt Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Covering 4 i j Company : beauty culture appointments do good are work not required at very low it is prices.advisable.Although :J
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QT'ackaged Goods 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WrST.rLORITA teeee For Appointment Stop at

Work Done On Premises ; .,._._._.l.__._._______________......_............... :........................ .eeee.eeaeeeaaaeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .._, .._..._._..A- __......._.._._._.. 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE t w7 I
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t I KEY WEST .HOUSE MOVERS : e
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: : FANS -5 OtoS49o .
When Go WHrrEHEAD STREET : JOHN CURRY
: You ; 707: : : .
: 1F A. D.Tarlor (Former 'lloui)safer), Manager
: Food Shopping: : ;: :
CASH K TElUlS.--.a- !
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Be Sure to Get A F ,. ... I BONDED M) .UtENSED
: : ,Tho Fastest ',- : :* FREE ESTpMTESGVEN-r-TELEPHONC. : 1912 :. L PLUMBING I
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1DJIj I' I' I' Radio \ All 'Workv guaranteedeeeeeeeeee'eeeeeeeeee : -

,: .c/otJu4: If :1 Repair t eeeeeeieief eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee'eeeefeee'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeVe: E Installations and Repairs ; !\

.: .' ENRICHED BREAD" :: SERVICE in South Florida : e. Why Par.'Mara- WnettYou Can BUY,let LESS .:. 11 i" "ALL WORK GUARANTEED \

WEAR.1dT USEr U .
"' t See Beautiful New Majestic End. I ;and PAY AS YOU '

::1 'r;.. Foundation of Today Table: Radio.Phoft- graph at I.: : "It 1El\T':.:J,P'"l\ilI'1 0,a N 9WsF Qit1sr3lll9 J1U5 V Yatifq uelSIW S7.iS :: ',: 'FREE Call ESTIMATES Us and Be ON Satisfied REQUEST I I

Meal Planning ,4 lco. : ladies' Coat HAIf-PfUCE-JadieJ Dresses. : -: .

I I Al'sMusicCo. j jn. : 'GREATLY RBDUCF!__ Dust Rr Iveds White Dresses : Phones 781 and j
wHan 1 229-W" ,
: RALPH Want FAHALDO&pat.'! '' -r r.f"III'A.lII-i'. .J r- FHIMB 144eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee- : ted 522 Southard I Street ": : HAMILTON 'MERCANTILE CO. :
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: Phone : 512 MARGARET STREET
-. :....e..RECORDS......e......e.'....PHONE e.......1081 fr ............: 2 1117,Whitehead 8L!}r.Corr. atela.eeeeeeefeeeeeeeeeee St.. 151" meeeeeeeeeeee'eaaeeeeeeaMe 1....,......1.-...,........-;...............e..... \'
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PACTS, SIX t .. THE n _1._ B1IWEST_ _.__ __ _CITIZEN_ _. .WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1948


BRITAIN NOW HAS I LEGALS f'lt'.l81.r iiI.III ;: .lI.I'III, III I.l ;;jr'iI, .

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PHONES; ,
Key West In 4,650,000 IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Till: . .

LONDON-(W-Britain nowhas EL.a'E' %TH JIUICIAL CIK.ri t : -.
IT 91" FLORID V AViPOM ." .
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Days Gone By 4,650,000 telephones, or 8.Q I.j MOVKOK,-. fOCNTT.CHAVCER II, .' ,r. .. r -. .. ..- ... -' .l' '.
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per hundred} of population the No. 114SAAIlION .. -: : ';.. +t> .

AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF general post. office announced. I MARY JJOBIB TO Ht'MJJNS.H1ET TITLE. ,.a J. : :; :t '.t r"ri .

THE CITIZEN OF !I Plaintiff, '

JULY 21. 193aIIInlllll1lDlllltlll1llUltmMDJIll1lllll1llmUUUlUIIIIII1;I LEGALS SUMMERLANP y.. KEY INtV. a. ITS { '

1 1A dissolved Florida corporation r THROUGH ; : : :
i all parties claiming i Interestsby. Il NEWS EDITORIAL ,1 '

specgial! dispatch in The Citizen -ilY't; JI1)GF.THE COTRT MOROF'OI'T OF TUB COI'N'TV\'. aid. throopti Snmmerland' under fveys.'Inc'a.nr against: : :

today says that 1,200 bUSI- 'I'r FI.OKIlli. PHOBATK.NOTIfK dissolved corporation; and all

ness men in Tampa have organ (133 ''robal@4"t.TO ".'Ri.lllTOR Sees. 11*.! lie: have parties any having rlghU tltle or claiming-or Interest to>: AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS S :' :
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ized for the determined I In're. : HMal of i itn the following described { :
., purpose 'J.: :nw.. ANNA' BROWN. i i lands in Monroe County Flo-. .i ;
to stamp out gambling in that Deceased. rida. to-wit; Lot Sand *. in .
I, To All Creditors and Persons { Section 2': Lots I. 2, 4. S. In. .
city. They estimate that the Having Claims or IH-mands Section :3t; Lots 7 and % in : ,
ake",of Tampa gambling rack I AKaliisc! Said Kxtate-: i Section 23; Lots 2 and 3. 'inSection l YOUR DAILY NEWSPAPER PERFORMSIMPORTANT 'I

eteers Vanges from 10 to 15 thou- I notified You and and eachof required you are to presentany hereby of 24 Range; all Township 21 last: and K.South :. l ? : '

sand dollars every day. claims and demands<< which Lot I in Section I, -T.wnsnp! _.' .
you or either. of you may hare C7 South of Range %5.. ta't.l..r.ndantL !' ." so L' ."
I laaain. : :
; t the estate of Jennie Anna .jI.'N <
County commissioners at" a Brown, deceased, late of ..a 1, XOTIfE TO ."PPP.\R 'PUBLIC SERVICE '
meeting last night reduced t the County-; the County Judge 11 j: I.V: THE NAME ()F :THE STATOF ; .. 'F $ :
Monroe : :
County Florida at his of- FLORIDA: : .
assessment the Trumbo .
on Island tk-e I* the <-.urt house of said TO: flll 111 K RLAND KRYS. ; .. .
property from $110,000 to $70-County "Oat Key West Florida, INCX. a disxolved Florida ; -.. $; ...,! .' ...
000. j f within eight. calendar months I ...crporatoa: all parties' j :"1 .. ... t.'r.: 1 't:,;..t -
from. the of lime'this notice.of the Each first claim publication 1 through claiming or interests"nd.r'aald by. .. f .. .?..- .l- .! ,.' '.' I

Key West Jaycees; at a meet- '.loi demand shall tIn writing, and Summerland Revs lnc_ a :.ft'iT.. ... \- : _' : / .
[shall state the placot resilience'and dissolved Florida corporation 4 ;:: ; :
ing last night in the Chamber!: post office address of the f ; and all partiea having .- ,, -. .. ... ,*," 1'- ,,, .'' "' ... ._# f ., . '\. ,
of Commerce Office claimant and shall be I > ": ,
sworn .
named a Ie by or claiming to nave any } : : ;t... : "
committee of the claimant hi agent of his attorney right, title or Interest In l : : I. : ,.: '::
address
speakers to .
and any such claim or demand the following described' :-... ': .
the various civic clubs in Key not so filed shall he void. land. In Monroo County. k S ,- ..," : _.- .-
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<*.1)! Marguerite A. It .. .. ..
West about sanitary matters. The Spaldinfr. Florida. to-wit: Lots X and ': /.
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Jaycees have As executrix .f the Last Will andi i 9. In Section Hi Lots J. -%. 4. c't4j ".
a drive underway Testament of J4'nnl.nna S .: ,
a in Section 3C; Lot 7 andS 'f ..:: .' "
to. raise the sanitary standard in I Hrown, df'C'.dJllllfI8aug'.I'U. In Section 21; Lots 2-and 3, -.
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Key West. I in Section 24; all In :.Tn""tllp. ... .' -. .:.1 ::: : -. .. .
Cfi..South. of _Range. 2<_East.: ., .. ... '..' ">."' .
liTHK fiitri IT rnritT op THK ana i.ot i in ?w'("'ron i. iown I -
The last concert of the Florida J{ 1:1.I\K\TH: jiimiu. ".IICTIT I ship C7.' south of" Range :18! \' ?-;"; .
National I I op .'I.IHtlO011 Fast: .... '
Guard band ''' 'ItH: : .
during J ('01"NTI. 1''U'F.IU Each of you I I. hereby notified .. .l.V/< : : ,
this encampment in Key West '\e.' I'--II that a suit has" been instituted in a -+ : .:
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will be given tonight in Coral \| I-n n. NE"FF. I the Circuit Court of the EleventhJudicial 3 btu .. e .
PlaIntiff Circuit of Florida and : .... \ -< ."
Park; Selections will be played 1 v... for :Monroe county In ChanceryNo. ... ; ... c:
from the "Chocolate Soldier" i I HERBERT If. CHAIN. ST. 11-458 by MART POBlEiiriwiixa. I -.. > .
and the CLAM TRAIN, ; &10 plaintiff, VII .SUMMKRUANO .j .' .' :
"Naughty Marietta. f. ; : KEYS. IXC. di .lved .
I \S m l. GOBIX ANti J. P. S.GOBIN a .. "
: HER husband Florida corporation; all panicciamisg ..: .

Senior and junior life-saving et. al.I.Defendants interests by through orunder \. : ,p' ", <.. : ._ : ..o :. ::1

instructions are being given to dissolved raid Summerland'Keys.Florida ,corporation. Ires ,: ;.> ''':' :!" .' 'f" "; ; ." : '.-'. : ,.:; .f"'t, '' : ;.<(.:,. .
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Key West boys and girls in the T. bF.FLORJfU and all parties having.or, claiming .
TIIJt c
.T : to have'any right, title or,inlerext: 1 s I ." : ; .: : .
pool at the submarine base. HERBERT-'ll. In the/ollcwin! dencrinedlanda InMonroe \ .1
TO: CRAJIC. !ST.'
CLAIR GRAIN County. Florida fo-wit: S :
The Lou .8 and a. In Section St; Lots 1. I
Misses Dorothy ANNIK' M. GOBIN ANTI J. SCionlS. .
Albur .'. Z 4. 6 in Section 141; Lots 7 and 8
her
and Edith Moffat left this hunhand JH Section 23 Lots 2 and
morn- the : :3; in Section
r..I..Uy| wires! or hus-
ing for Miami to visit a classmate I hand of raid Herbert" II. 24; all In Township C6, South 1ILLUMINATION. .

Miss Barbara Langner. i are Crain eilheringle an4 St. Clair or married if they, I of Range...nk 28 Township Fast; and 57...loOt hqul..t 1 oRange In: .

whose given or thrI.4lannrpoen East defenuantN to . .'
Charles Wardlow, attached to !I and'any descriptionof title to the Each above describedreal .
property. of Is
you. ordered
uhom I In
to plaintiff un- .
the customs service in Miami :: known if the aforesaid and required to fileJils< appearance : '
persons -
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arrived yesterday to visit his or any of them are living or written'. defense in .

mother Mrs. John Wardlow. I 'aad heirs if. dead, devisees to! his!, legatee unknown thin 148.cause A decree on or pro before,' coftfesso July ,Sftth.Will I s '. ; .. Soalimaysee. '
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be T.. < : .
entered against each person orparty \ > 'A sI
I or srrante and TO all who fails to file his appearance ,. .. .. \
Mrs. John Costar and son Jack persons" having or claiming or written defense.an. ordered) .. .. \ ...
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any Interest In the following .
sailed .. .
yesterday on the steam- described land; government hot :3 and I required. This notice shall .hepaMished I -' .. I .. .:> '. 1! .
i once a week" for ttconserutiye
ship Cuba '
for .
Tampa to visit of Section 4 Government 1..tO! Ito
weeks In TUB KKY .
relatives and friends in that city. S inclusive of Section 5. and WEST CITIZEN. a newspaper Tegr-
nny..rnmC''t Lot J of lector S. all .
ularly published In Key West, .s
in 'Ii South .
Township of Range 33 Monroe County Florida. : .
TodayThe Citizen says in an East and Cnv..rJlmt'nt of Section DONE AND ORDKRKDat the e

editorial"Many paragraph are not convinced: that I :12 Range in. Monroe in' 33.Township.east County.all lying 55:.Florida South and being excepting of I, this Courthouse June Ross 2Sth.. C.Key Sawyer 194*.West, FlorlOa, 1. One particular l section-the Classified-i-serves the' community :

therefrom
honesty is the best policy until Government Lot Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I 4 of Section & and all that Tart oftoyernmenl Monroe County Florida ff'.
they get caught.
Lot :3 of Section S In By Florence E. sawyer .

Fast Township lying CC west South of, ofRange a line drawnat 33 JOSEPH l)eputy Clerk ; the Immediate' sales and

LEGALSiv I of what right was angles formerly to the the center. right line ofway Miami 112* Ingraham Florida OTTO Building (}'highlighting, way y to the' quicktisfactidh

i of the Florida East '- a"tRall'ay. Attorney for the 'Plaintiff.- !
TUB riRrriT COVHT OF TUB., at a point on said centerline jun 36; jut 31421.148STRONG .
F.YK\TH Jlllll. (IIKIIT distant see feet in an easterly
OF TUT. !STATK OF FI.OIIIIM.. direction from the Intersection .of ) 1 a aaa a .'ar a of buyers' needs. Each millions of f. dollars

,; IM IV (A'M IIANTKRV.FOK MOMtOH ( OI\T\. ihe Government. westerly 3 with shore Mild line center of said line i 1 ARM BRAND'COFFEE : \ : year, r .

,'a_ \*. ll'NLlvs. of the Florida East Coast Railway.! TRIUMPH I "
_ r.J.\JYR 1:' 1.t. T1il.FN, which railway has ] *
PlalntI I" )" ,epiemtM-r.-l: subsequent' to COFFEE / '
1 been al>a"don"d j : 6fr'Mti-eri-ati business transacted the classified l
;
ROBERT: w. LEATIILEAX..Defendant.. UIOIU'Po. in and said removed right of and way thelot sold, or embraced agreed |(I MILL i are through : '. i

tn he sold to some public authority i *i *y
OnOF.H OF PI III.ICATIOTO \ for highway purposes, whoseplaces at is 'f i fi! 1 .

: Rol>ert W. Leathlean.. plaintiff of resilience unknown.You if living are to All GrocersCant. : : 0f f. the '
eoluipjiS
Route Nn. 1. .mition's .
Suffolk. Virginia.You are each hereby, ordered andrequired {I r rr rritf papers. ,.. : -. :
are hereby
required to appear to file an appearance In'
In Ih lni: of Complalnnt for the' aho1)'I..d > :: .
"court and
('aulel f
Divorce In the shove entitled cause of action on the tin day: of Sit "'';' -AT "e. .,s'a .. .
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on or before the 24th day of August "' .1. im.The .. "
t A. !I'. "'S. otherwise" the allegations nature ofwhe .. .f' .
therein. will he taken as.ron cause "f action Is to have 'AUJr.1 PIN-WORMS CAUSE FIDGETING

fenced.This Order to lie published onceweek in the quiet title title the plaintiff thereto In tn the said AND THAT, AWFUL ITCH : ; '

a for four consecutive weeks tiff and for injunction against One.f the warning gigs.! of PisWorrna'.de. sJwlio.IUlve
you .
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In The Key West Cltlien. a news from asserting any title or claimto I a -. c. rectal itih waka etea eases t tt Specific'Pr &uCt to sell rent trade :
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Mon-0 .OOSf'SO said land. ORDERED' In Key .fldcetiac. even nor and krokca Mriooa ..!..Un _-. a4 way lead- ,

Done and I/rdcralthl. !'th day "...t. Florida this July CII\. ISIS w no leaps BMCOTwy ta put my with '!e'I. .
of July.: A. It. 1545. (Seal) Ross C Sawyeras I the trouble caused by I'.W_ bcca-. .
tSEAL I ) IttiSS' C. SAWYER.. -iftAce i bM at lad found a war to list

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I SuBRon Foifr Arid' Adams i J SEER GETS 4 HOME' RUN$ IN GAME ".1.1I r.ctl.tY Fg.f{ t'.4TI.I< I.lI.I"I"I'-I'IIII J'II IA .


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Dairy Play;:: Tie Contest > t J ;


ELKS WON OVER NAVAL', .1 S : : -- ,
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Four and the Adams -. y ,t, \, ,. .i ..; 0
Dairy last night played a tie : '
game at Bayview Park that was ( SOFTBALL ti :r\ .
Bayviaw' Park, Night r-r 'I
called at the end of the sixth on3Ct"Ount'of <
the time limit j|ITHUP.sp.-tY-j!, Game-Subnon 7A: a .p I. .
In tWo nightcap the Elks won j I First 4 vs: ,
t j jtento f i ,V.F.W. '
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over the Naval Hospital by a j
1 fgbt score after spotting I j I I Second"Game-Kanlor's,Men's. ::41: ,i E i: \ '
ShOp Elks Club. '
Tynes; I vs.
the hospital eight runs. i I I .. ,
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hisrlhird'straight Thuputs' s
lost game. -
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First Game-Bob's Sport Shop fs i ._ s
the Kite one full game in I _' -
the lead I vs Adams Dairy. .
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SubRrm'srored two runs: in the ,Second Game-Naval Hospital s ,
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I first'on 'one hit, two walks and I vs. VX-1. : : -
one error. I!'!'JULY 26- : : H4 -
In the second they scored First Game-Naval Hospital vs -

on two singles a walk : fWO'I'I' Kantor's Men's Shop.Second \ r i -
fielder's choice. Game-SubRon 4 vs. :
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Their., last four runs 'Bob's Sport Shop.. I I :?
t the fourth on four hits and two JULY 27- _
walks. I First Game-VX-1 vs. Elks I ,
The Dairy boys scored threein Club. :i": ,-
the ,second on one hit, two I Second dame-Adams Dairy: I IIPj I ; .
walks and two errors. They I vs.- V.F.W. I I I II .
scored four in the fourth on a : ( ) WwephatoPAT ,
walk a single an da double, and ; JUNIOR SOFTBALL i w : tt:
SEEREY (right Chicago White Sox 1eftfi.1der.>receives{ .
tied the score in the fifth on a.' Bayview, Park Afternoon I I congratulations from Manager Ted Lyons for hitting four home :.
single by Blanco, an error, a' v and Morning .It t' -
runs in the first game of a doubleheader'with-'th Philadelphia '
passed ball and a fly to center. $
Daily" play. ', Athletics at Philadelphia., His feat tied -the_ American' League; "
( At bat Sands hit two for Dairy ; ;;
and Smith and ''Huffman hit two i %. TENNIS I recbrd. *" '.: -i i. ,
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for the Sub boy '
In th.::'field, Smith- Powell and i Bayrlew Park. Afternoon t.;A :<-*..
Huerta \were the best for Subs : and Night INDIANS LOS T and Higginbotham.; Villareal, J. i Daily play. ; :. : '-.
M Lewis and Blanco-for the Dairy > ., .-, S-
nine. SKATING : .
Score: R. II. E.J ,-' ; Bayview Park. Night SOX TAKE ATffilElKS ; : ,\
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SubRon, 220 400-8 8 4. FRIDAY7:00 ---; ... ... <- .
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Bremmer, Powell and Huerta-; ,- .f f \V:tt.hill ton Beats Cleveland { t. ;I

Griffen and Villar al.Lewis stolen i i I BASEBALL 2.1 ; Philadelphia I II Interesting, "'NotesSalt : '
hit J.
Two-base: : ; II. :
: .Mul cipal Stadium. Afternoon American writer '
printer patriot
bases: J. Lewis Sands Huffman 51 : ,
2; struck out: by Griffen 4, by'SUNDAY Lo!;C$ To Cliioajxo; By I makes up ,more than .
t First Game-Naval Air Station
off I three-fourths of the dissolvedmineral
2 bases on balls: I ,
Bremmer 5, off; Bremmer 3: turn f- and U. S. Marines. To 2 Score I matter in.the sea. : '.I. -
Griffen Second Game-Clowns and Pi- I and: :

of nnd game Griffen.1.20; umpires' : Villareal t I, Army rates. Barracks Afternoon NEW By The YORK A**_July'.at.. Prr 21-Cleve-..) I. Salt beds range in thickness : diplomat physicist. ._ ; .

from a few inches to more than
SUNDAY land Indians lost to the Washington I'1300 .
'1 In the second game. Elks started t To be announced. Senators, 2-1)) and the i feeti '. .. ...
Crusoe in the box. He pitched 4 '
Athletics
iE to three batters. One hit two l. one Philadelphia to the lowly Chicago dropped White]i The average human being' con .. .

ll showers.walks. He. Lewis was sent went to inl the: .cold The1 Ho.\\V They' Stand r j Sox night., 5-2 They, in were games the played only. night last,I t\I for sumes food.12pounds. _rossalt. .', a' i yea*i J JJ' S ,*tJ\t\ . ,.. ': _-' ,

team'wint walks and to pieces two errors and two'scored hits t trf I.{games scheduled" in the* Amen- 1 1 I Red clay is the} .most ,'char-c '" .
two !Il It fields its From
six In runs.iheTsecond. a walk<*an H,error ;j :t\', *|' tuUnd. Baseball. C':..Yi Senior" jean r .In" 'League.a night;game,hth Natioqj t- j I[,wjdffly teristic: ; (distributee and JJ rsiJ\blY'di :of Ah hl4eell'I !-;Fist t1' } j AJVIATER injnany > part, ,proud Heritage. .


two and runS a scored.double by Nelson and'J I 1 i' C1ub.-.(Municipal-. League Stadium W*. )L. Pet.j'[*A.the night League Philadelphia Pittsburgh scheduled hillies between battered, 112.I I I floors seadeposits especially'over in the the Pacjfic.*''ocean's; ; 1'.If ijamin! Franklin! served his hid small Philadelphia printeafrl = '

Then the Elks woke tip';and.the ?frate i I*.. .. .;=:>><; i .1 o- \\MQ the New game York :Giants and the 1 j:!\;tectyt Widm'aV&irtl.f[bi L. W.*iI S ;; '
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scored six in their halfof Clowns' 1 0 1.000' apprenticeship :as a. ing to giantmodern
St Louis Cardinals was cancelled j I .:....: : shop
second on three hits, two walks*U. S.Cannes __. ___- .0, 1 .000 when rain interfered. ----- i: :
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and third two o**errors.one hit One after ca nip Spl in I lit t">.< ",:5 4 j r Nava, hi!,Air; -Station, .. 0 :;1 BH.000 1e5t.The.Boston hduls'Bl! Red wJ! Sox.l..' defeated 3,:vJhile!'I..Pe.trQlt. ,: R) TIJ ,,8 6YA E.ew.YorlTh11d p,.'. 'nprinter!; ,At 16, he bee tlie- *,*... plants( today skilled crafts- d
sacrificed to secon :
League
walked Baseball
ttas i J Island City I
and Joe Lewis hit a double. (Army Barracks Field) the Detroit Tigers took the New I I Truck: and 'Swift" ; Reynolds. I editor and of f his = have striven
They won the game in the|;'; Club- W. L. Pet York Yankees into camp, 2.1 in I and Berra. publisher, men continually 4.

hits, error, a J _.._. .' ____ American, games yesterday. In : 't" ,
fourth on two an tj SubRon Four 6 1 .857 "
walk and then" came hits and i Atomic Bombers __ 62 ..754Conchs" the National, the' Cincinnati II j "NATlbNAti iEAcba I f.. i'' for and '
I three runs scored enough to win j _-_no --- ..-n_____ 3 5 ..375Scorpions Reds whipped the Boston : Night Cam* jj oWS'Wrvvspaper. t *, : ; : ? improvement perfec-
h the game. _, _. ______ 0 4 .060 Braves. 8-6, and the Brooklyn : R.. H.J:. ;. .
At bat Joe Lewis hit two t Dodgers defeated the Chicago Pittsburgh ...__ 11 7 1 0 ToTranklin Arneriean pub- ... lion iti the .tecbmcat of 1
i safely for the Elks. Ricks and I- Florida-rmernanonal Cubs, 5-0. I|I Philadelphia ______. 2 7 .lChesness 1 rt.
Tynes hit two for the Hospital.In t I; Baseball League I AMERICAN LEAGUE j I I and Fitzgerald; ;Simmons .
the field, Fallon and Nelson t t .Club W. L. Pet Night Game Huesser; Nahem and-Sem- lishing and printing- owes in printing, .
were the best for losers, i and {Havana, -, -___ h.. ,68 36 .654; R. H. E.': inick. < .- i' : '4 4J "
Dion. Rodriguez and Sfllomoh'fogwinners. ; Tampa "-:on ,.-_-*--.-:.__62 40 .603| Washington _. 2 7 0 i I I -,";!; / ., .. l' v. .
:- Lakeland 54 49 .524 Cleveland .. on 1 5 0 I New York .and'-SU. Louis. '.can: J. .
Score:' R.-H.:E.i St Petersburg-- .- u. 52 50 .510 I* Scarborough and Evans; Black,'I celled!, rain. ,. : :. ,,: :. ...
Hospital '_____.__ 62000- 8' '8' 4 I Miami Beach .---- _51 54 .486;Kleiman, Bcardcn and Hegan.I I' I > '. '.,. ._ \. -
Elks._ 061 3x107= West Palm Beach --_. .47 58 .452 i I I. I1. H.E.j : -. > '..:, \ ; ". >. :, '>. ': .,. ; .
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F. Tynes and Fallon;; Crusoe Miami __ 43 58 .426 J Night Cincinnati ,9 13 4 "' I--
f R. H. E.Chicago Boston ____ __ _____. 8 :! '- .. : .
Joe Lewis and Dion. Fort Lauderdale36 68 .346; .n -$j J: -r:. '. ,'; ::. ; /: ? ; :" ;
Two-base hits: J. Lewis; Nelson -t' -. 5 11 0; Wehmeir, Gumbert ;and Lot '. ,. .,- 44 -' 34.,.;,. ..' -7'-- ,r'. .; .::
I Fallon; stolen bases: Bostic.; 'Major Baseball Leagues Philadelphia 260 manno; Voiselle- Shoun,"- Lyons, ,,';' ,. :.. ,. :- .j- '. 'f'* .. To" ....'-, 0 ,('. :. .
Dion; sacrifice hit: 'Ingraham;t' j Picretti and Robinson; Brissie,i White, Barrett and Salkeld.. ,J.i ,' .;'7 ." ;-. ', -<-,-
struck out: b* Tynes 2, by Lewis! NATIONAL Schcib and Guerra Rosar. i. .i ,
'5,.off 11 Club- W. L. Pet i R- H.. R : .
3 base on balls: off Tynes .
Lewis; 1;' umpires- Griffen and 11 l.Boston ._ .50 34 .59'i' R.ILE.' Brooklyn ', 11 ',0 "'.......;,."' -- ,: ..
Villareal; time of game: 1.20;; Brooklyn u _--41 38 ..510i )I Boston 8110 Chicago ._-__ :|:07: 0 ;, T. :; ?- '" 1
scorer: Aguilar. i St Louis ---- .41 39 .513 I St. Louis ;>' 373 Barney and Campenella;Chany .1' .
I Pittsburgh __. u 42 39 .519)1 Kramer; _and :Tebbetts; Ken-_bers._Rush and Scheffing..'.* .
New York. -- -40 39 .506, -0I :For more (than thirty! years THE ARTMAN l: PRESS has spared
Game
PALs Lose Philadelphia ..40 45 .471 ,
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Cincinnati

To ,Cucah Team I'.Chicago, .' AMERICAN1Club 35 48 .422::1 Overseas 'TransportaticftCompany (l' I -, htf.: effort to produce only the highest quality! printing. Each

At the Stadium yesterday, the W. L. Pet S: large small receives the full benefit of
l.Cleveland .. 50 31 ..617Philadelphia 1 : job, or long experiencein.
PALS lost: their game_to the Cu- 53 38 .596::1 Ink .

bans-by a score of 10 to 9. I New ,York 47 35 ::1573 the trade. -- \ .:
.J. Fernandez hit a triple for i -46 36 J 61 M. t .
> e.between 0
Boston
s the Pals.and Casa hit three safe:': : Detroit 42 41 ..50CWtchington ; Fast,.Dependable Freight and Expres* Senri.ee' .
ty for the Cubans. Beaver hit.a" I : 36 47 .434 r
Casa wolked ,. a
double and a single. St.. Louis .29 51 .363 i: .
Malone MIAMI WEST :
4 and fanned 10. L. I Chicago 27 53 .333 and KEY '-i.
walked 7 and fanned! 4. Rivas
I had 1 walk and 1 struck out. Fer- 'j Also Serving ALL POINTS OH FLORIDA >LEYSGood r '
liandez walled one and fanned. } Tool Grow SELLS That I Between Miami and KT West -
Score: R.'H.E.i, t| .- 0 With THE ARTMAN PRESS, yourpersonal'and; your business 0
Cubans 011 143 0-Id 8 STAR BRAND : _
39, 'Z Express Schedule
PALs ,203 100 Sf : ,
J. Casa Jr. and Alayon; AMERICAN COFFEE No handled EXPERTLY
( Stop En Route) will be SWIFTLY
d CUBAN printing requirements .
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lodey, Rivas, Fernandez and Hall, <1 LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX. .
Rivas. '-Trf A Pound Today- CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. '
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Scorer: Nellie Acevedo. j .I rives at Miami at It00 o'clock Mid I .' .and ECONOMICALLY ;'s.
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There will be another doubleheader }I night. i .. 4.
Friday afternoon at 2:00: LEAVES MIAMI DAILY' (EXCEPT t, '
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Team- Managers % STORE Local Schedule: ; :


MeetiiH 1 Tonight 610 Duval Street LEAVES(Stops At KEY AU Intermediate WEST DAILY Points(EX.) -
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t C> C CEPT 'SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clockA. 'Ii
M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 \ : '
There Jill be a meeting at ft, V 4 COMPLETEBASEBALL I -- I ,1fFhe \ArtmafiPressCITIZEN
o'clock toi fight in the sheriffs office -* .- o'clock P. M. 1 / \t fl .

of the team managers and LEAVES MIAMI DAILY. (EXCEPT r .i .
any interested citizen regarding SUNDAYS) at t:00 o'c1ocYA.: M. and .
rules and regulations to be laid SCORES arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock .
of the P. M.
down for the operation -
Senior League, which
Baseball '
1'I will play all games at the.- Municipal -' POPULAR BRANDS of FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY SERVICE. PHONE .

Deputy Stadium.Roy Hamlin, presidentof Cigars and Cold FULL CARGO INSURANCE I BUILDING 51

the league, said today that,-a MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton It toad. **. : .
schedule ,for the leaguegames > PHONES 32 AND S3 -
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PAGE EIGHT THE KEY WEST CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21,-1918


. AERIAL VIEW OF PROPERTY BOUGHT BY 'MILLS. I I lllDIIUII11R iuuiAwnwungmmnWwiiiuiuiu 'IlEA50 FOR INCREASE! larger users may pass the increase L-I' The New ZealandTFur Seal is

Whafs Doing N.CGS. !1 (Continued From Page OneJ j along to the consumer. "i I the only sea lion with a marketable -
appropriation from Congress to I I -"The.Aqueduct Commission, is '; ;ur.ATHLETE'S'.
F-2; tithe Ion Duval Street ']buyout the Commission's a Public Agency of the State of .
one-j j
Florida
and 'has the
legal right
ARMED SERVICES DEFENSE FORCES t,J third Interest (in the.,supply sy -"1 to set rates without reference to *p

Y.M.CA. I" PROGRAM ;tern.i This would eliminate about any other agency or politicalunit.
Jackson Squart. Whitehead '40AariIuw1fl UUUlnnrIDUlf two-thirds of the required interest -! ." .
aDd Southard Streets.aaaruawee.ainlwetannamIwut UlllUUII"I and \ t .
I principal payments: .
tr i Ih .. ummfl8 w' ( WEDNESDAY I,!indebtedness: TIie' legislation Of all minerals. salt ;ja the:
Wednesday 1:00 P.M. -.11:00 P.M.-Billiards, 'failed to pass;and no information m&t familiar. ,
Ping Pong Writing Room' is4; available as to the price x>f*, f
l t.1:00 P.M.-Fishing ?arty: NavaJ Showers. j water }-hich: the; Navy ,would}! FOOT
Hospital Patients. Joint Program 12:30 P.M. 'charge: the Commission ,If' the I
: Hospital.Patients ,
YMCA NCCS. 1 plans had been carried out. I f 'BINGOBenefit i
8.30 P.M.Ye Ole Country Party -7 Fishing Party joint program' ""Under, the' circumstances, the}
: Dante I NCCS, YMCA JmdTRed< Cross.: Commission must, have more Troop No. 253. I DISCOMFORT
featuring Square -
LOO
f P.14.-Navy lyives Piiysicv revenue or risk receivership. In Boy Scouts of America.
v ing Virginia Reel ,, al FitnosCbss. J order to receive more water ', t .
I 10:15: P.M.-:Weiner' "Rrbsi f-on the -2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club. 1 from th .line..H must have;additional ThursdayJuly 22 RelievedbyRexalL's
K= Patio Grille. '6:30'PM.--Boxing Class : storage capacity for which
I 1 Thursday 9:00 P.M.-Dance, Three Sharps: (}it'has no'money. In order to,ell At( 8:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M.-Dan'e.. John Hntch-
_.. Orchestra. \more waterit must have more
ard .and His Orchestra. St.. FarMi Hall I
.THURSDAY ,customers' which .reQuires addi- Mary's!i J
,Wonder
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Friaay 2:00: P." ..:....Seaplane Base PooL| tional distributing; lines for 1021 DUVAL STREET -
I 8:30: P.M.-Briage. Pinochle! and Navy. Wives. which It has no funds. The alternative
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.K Movies. I 9:00 A.M./ r 5:00 P.M.-Sewing t 4s': higher rates: ,The 30 Games S130Games r Pair
4 'b'R'' Y Gl/i Saturday Machine. Typewriter Writing thought ha been expressed. thata
8:00 P.M.Movies.
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Room Showers. better financial condition
10:15: P.M.-Juke Box Dancingonthe FRIDAY'I would improve the. chance for r
1 patio. I 2:00 P.M.-Softball for Navy more borrowing. :'' i
,,, 1l Sunday Wives Bayview Park. '"The" increased rates as published p 4Ow.
q .erg ,,,w l 9:45: A.Adv Group.Java Club discussion I 2:00 PAL-Prenatal Class Department Wl not,affect t the bills of Let: Us Help You !
of Health.Instruc' about : 1.000'lel', $ minimum
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11:00 A.M.-"Go to CHURCH I .' I
I tor. amounts of water About 1730. it
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I'I'000 Parties. I' 9:00: A.M. 5:00 PM.'.-Sewing users whose'bills, have run from'' Plan Your :
;3:00: P.M.-Classical Hour selections FloorsI
______ -_. announced. Machine Typewriter. Writing $3.00.a'month-: < 0 Room. Showers. have'increase's that may b nearly -.!1: I
/ALBERT J. MILLS, local realtor, announced today he had purchased for $75.000 the Richardson .9:00 P.Fellowship,, Hour on 'SATURDAY 50T4 in' their bills 'Many of ,Free Eitihiale*;Given 0 -ls ._.s e..d. ,iIIt wear atN.
Estate:: on Upper Matecumbe Key at Islamorada from.Leslie M .Straiten MemphisTennessee.He ., the Patio Community Sing- I 2:00 P.M. the Larger users:"will be increasedas "Asphalt.' .Tile'< I ... d.....i t.w.q Ai Iw.', .....
-Boxing Training. : Rubber Tile < ... ...... ., ..
ing,' Beatrice Moreno at the .s. tt.ee hsd IrYItetMP
is remodeling the property and will use it as a high-class hotel and a private club.for: 'sports;. I, aS1Mani'( :tot .tb 0
PM': much :
1:00
.r Piano. : 6:00: P.M.-Dressing 1 r r- .Cork Tila 1I ] .. MiVito, flim f tw..K. 1......,,
fishermen beginning October 1. 10:00: P..M.-Coffee Hour. Rooms, ,'Showers for Bathers. '" 0 Plastic Floor 'Tile.' : it,r wB*.* iAe 4iMorfft W Art,
-'- -. --- -- .'.!, G. S."0. meetings!Girls Service SUNDAY !I Plastic .Wall 'TU I I I h', Feet With e tWIMHIM *f to-
Organization), every '2nd 10:00: A.M.-Communion, Breakfast ,' 1 I eBroede.Cap.Uo. II .......ieAce.
- MILLS BUYS ; and 4th Monday. : Whitrhat: Club. U.S..Na- Th: '1 I ... ,Wool RugseAcoustic'Ceilingt ',! _
PROPERTY : .'<': .Game' Room: Chinese Check=: I val Base K2nd' Sunday): 'C' I j
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<, era chess cards, ping-pong, pool |11:00: PJrt -, Picnics Swimming )\ out4.5Most ;,;t, ., ; .Hard wood Flooring ." \l GARDNER'SPHARMACY
:: writing. desks library current Pool. Wiener toast, (sign up !Formica for Sinks '
ON UPPER'MATECUM E f: magazines various tablegames, 1 in advance). *' t I Counters. Tables ';I -

0 etc.. Information services housing : j i ..noor",Sanding and' -- -
raske.1s. golT I city maps. Complete Store I Reflnisbings *
Skgwerjtennis ggga
clubs fishing lines cameras,I I Religious: litefaturov: library,. I The Store
FOR HOTEL AND CLUB .checking_ service. film service I telephones stamps! wrapping and AT YOUR FINGERTIPS i:Catcs floor r Coverings- 'll"I/I" Divisioii Street

(nailing and wrapping packages, I I mailing packages railway ex- 1111/!! Cor. Varela St.
Pays' { $75,000: ()()( "For Kicharilxiii' 1 Iv-lalr 1 (;Joii>iliu' <: Of* ._. S' receiving messages phone booths j j press service, laundry' pick. p.I } Cc ll1560 J. L. GATES: i I
available to all defense forces
stamps railway express : I I Phone 177
ll3: f>Arrrs Ami liiiililins; To Calt-c: n J J j Tn Moslem-countries,.the'Muftioiiginally available. to SERVICE PERSON utiii their families. I LawJ.Re44 thMdCA' FI orinff Conlrartor
7 NEL. I MRS. E. : oa I tt a//I-CI i 925 WHITE,STREET
S. COUGHLIN
'wl ,
.. .; was one ), s ,verdict I 1 "Prescriptions: Called For
,::; ...i isliin l Triulc ':|I was final in doubtful inlerpretativns Lesleigh Davis-'Director. Executive Secretary. SIMONTON. and FLEMING' STS., PHONE ISH' and Delivered"
Gerald Pinder-Program DI. MISS HILDA I _
CASTILLO.
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Purchase of the property known as 'thef time rector. Sep tetarv I, --- -,_ _- _h
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Upper Matecumbe Key at Islamorada for $75,000' was ;announced the power ot the Mufti grew;until( Lillian Weaver-Secretary. I

today'by.Albert J. Mill;. local: realtor. ]j t he ;represented the s'uprdme Doreen Cruz InformationDesk Cotton mills of western: Eur-j I .
After improvements, now under 'Way 'on The property.. Mills'''' 'power of the Law'andunderahe: ': Aide.Farncee ope have been using an increas- .
intends to open d high-class"l hotel and: a private-club: catering to thesp4rt j i I English the Moslem'peopleI ; I sing amount of American cotton -

1.-(ishing trade' .about ,October -#r .j I I There are some 8,600'species ale in Paris,Bibliothcque founded in HCO Nation., con-*., since T the war ended. I ,

In, World 'War 2, ,Hawaii" had of birds belonging to 'more:"than tains some five million bodies, eeeee.e.eeeee.eetee.e.. .. 10
The propcr\y\ 'co ists of 14;He; I I
140 different families. ,
130.000 ,
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1 manuscripts one-quarter- I
acres of )land with an 8OO.foolb I one of the 'most, outstanding '.records ':
million medals and coins and over
a'hplanted' with:i ;..4'00'CO (?nu t .of war bond'buying of'any Not a :ingle] bird 1 in" Arica/has three 'million prints and'.engr l'I !-1 -BICYCLESRepaired ALL-ELE'CTRIC
tfajms! ,and as a =setting for the utate .o.r' become extinct, ings. [
territory
Jargc building four-bedroom': : I ,I and Rented GO c l [ R I C

guest rage which house is and noW a being four-car conv:ga-rt- ;. -S ll WON 17,000.; HE SPURNED- ) $7,300()(( I OFFICE/SUPPLIES .f u.Also,in.Stock-NE\fr' ..:.:.

ed. into six bedroom, each witha ROBERTS. BUY LES ,.,TRICYicLES; .
>private-bath. i and EQUIPMENT i I WAGONSSCOOTERS.' ," .
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The large building, which was .
built in 1937-38 contains six dou-. 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE-250)estimate'toReconditioning" 1 t and 'SKATES. .; :
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)ble.. bedrooms with six baths, a. I Let us give you an n .' the '

large clubroom, a dining room ; writer. or Adding your old Machine Type? I I Overseas ,Cycle Store ,' .".. ." ." :< .
and kitchens. There'arz also 1 ,
r S t ; I 92(1( 'Dirision St. Phone'1380 .
'"Utrte-rs; which will be' occupiedby 1 We Wilt Tfu&Yifour Old, .,..e.e......ee.e.,.......e .' -.
servants. I Machine, for S\>IF One ; "


a tilting built)btivate-fcy club Jftrol.m the home for Vic and friends Corporation) an)'state: exclusive'of wa the as: t, y a :I I ROYAL Remington R. C., Standard Allen ADDING-COMBINATIONCASH Allen.and MACHINESand Wales PortableTYPEwRttERS 8c I NATIONALLYADVERTISEDCLOPAY"Buy It In Key IFMi" .. .5 -1;: : 1Vl: QC er12WCr .


family and their guests. It was REGISTERS I I .
never, used for that.purpose and '
has lain vacant ,::ince 1933, Mills : < : : <
said. r;! :< : i .
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''The property we s bought in BOONE PISTOL DRAPES (For Living'or ,- .,-. ..' : : .SAVE .,
Bed Rooms >
1940'by Leslie M. Stratton. president )

Hardware: of Company the Stratton-Warner of Memphis. I'! i ii 98C Per Pair .1N k "TIME.ONEY

Tennessee.' Stratton purchased Beautiful Color Assortment .r
the property to prevent un-'le ir- !I .
COTTAGE SETS
able tenants gettinc it. Mills The New
bought the property from Strat- :1 TargetAir (Curtains for Your Kitchen: ) ,

ton., Pistol 59c Per Pair
The includetha
remodeling plans
<< -tniction of an oceanfront Priced
dining: room and cocktail SJ95TROPICAL'TRADER -KEY WEST- ((5)) Olcl-fasliiimcd inefficient( methods
lounge and the conversion "f the VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY cost.

garage buildings into will bedrooms.have 16 In bedrooms all. the i i I (XP),Wirephotos I 711 Duval St. Phone 1000 123 Duval Street Phone 1942 .you i more=but\ modern easyto-operate; time-
when : ,,
completed. MRS. S. K. HEARD (left) of Shreveport Liu. won $17.000.m
It will be known as Casa Isla- prizes Sunday for. identifying the mystery tune on the radio ..jniumnimimmiinnujiiimuiiiininniimiiiiiiranniuniniiiniHuinr! nllummummnll! *- electric
4ildJabor-avihg conveniences
inorada._ Mills explained that program.: "Stop,the Music. She joyfully re-enacts answering I mean
be wor was
given the!telephone call: that her the prizes.' Jack L. Adams
gave
in Upper describing Matecumbe the purple bythe flower Indians (right) cf Huntington. W. Va.. won $7.300 on.another radio quit _I I .. .r+ r '; better; living and easier 1\'or1-at a ]o\ver'rate.

which used to cover the spot. In program but he wouldn't accept: it. He said he was "just'worn ., .
mean the. House of the Purple'I men. Adams figured that by the time he paid income lax.;the -

Island.-- .- --. ,i prize wouldn't be worth the bother. Use! electricity: exclusively. It docs ,jobs
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Nazareth to Israel force. 'The boyhood home, of Jesus Christ remained calm during the .seizure. j .. ..
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