The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00203
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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 22, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00203
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moat equable climate in the mI' :' 'Day. Wino.
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range country of, ony with! 'M.Fahrenheit an average "-,."" h' :;!r'J'ft Best, interests Devoted of Key to West the




British Officers No Decision ReachedIn

At Club's r" r s.f

I .Luncheon.: At. ,Noon .. Inquest In <&eath'

Sill CilAKLKS{ : 3IAUUEN .
j Of Cuban
I ad loKey' West


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Sir Charles Madden, captain:l I I I ESTRADA'S
in command ofthe two British i n ...:.: i ..ra.Ms ,

Naval vessels at present in train- Message i i =I No definite conclusion was reached at .i. inquest today in the
ing in the Key West area and. I I i lth of Carlos Duque de Estrada.. 42...long Recognized: revolutionary ',
leader, of Cuba..whose body was found yesterday on his motorboat -
other 'officers of his REPORTERS FA 11 IN
command ,,, i
j 1 at the ,foot,of Dural Street
:goon-3; -;j)! -T YING"i-O; .GET[ HIM Pres. Macliado) The jury"which' ( heard several witnesses testify", recessed to await
: .
: a report from laboratory which will !shortly; make an examination

in.St. Paul's Church Parish llaitj;l]I I "TO IIEVEAUWHAT{ HEI -2. j i SINCE: 'THEN WITH S'KV-: of the conltnls %of ,Estrfeda's stoirWli+ I! pad .jnaybe throw :!som light:

Sir Charles in a brief, speech i" I -*I on the death of the revolutionaryloader. :

delivered before the Rotarians'j I{F: WILL' -, TALK' .ABOUT- ; I} nAL GROUPS ACTIVE!; WU.........&.. ...AJ I -

told of his work on the British]J I i IBy. The 4...flair.4 ......l ,I (Wirtpholo)) |1 I! Estrada's' body will be shippedto

warship, the Warspitc during the WASHINGTON,.July 22-Scv- A STAFF SERGEANT (foreground), salutes during! funeral .serrice for General of the Armies IN ISLAIS'U'S TUIWU-r- Late Bulletins. J' Cuba this afternoon by the

last World War. 1]trial I I reporters. at the Presidnt's, John J., Pershing'in the Arlington National Cemetery amphitheater at Washington. The gen LENT! POLITICS |. sirTre ...ecbat..c t're.., I! Pritchard Funeral: Home. The
"It was always in the closest tpress conference this 'morning.'tricil' eral's body is in the flag-covered casket'at right. Directly above the sergeants hand in back- i papers were signed by Peace Jut-
cooperation with the units of'the top: n Truman-down about ground arc. left to right. Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson. President Truman. Defense Secretary Rr Tf A...el 1.'e4 Pre.*) AAAAAA 44A44N45A45 SA L1:I lice J. Y. Porter, IV. It will be
James W. Forrestal and Admiral William D. Leahy.NO HAVANA July 22. Carlos NEW' GOVERNMENT ;accompanied by Mayor Jose
American Navy" said i Sir the nature of his .
message h9 will 1 jVillalobo' of Guanabacoa son-in-
I: I Duque dc Estrada, found dead in PARIS. -It was reported
; today
Charles. "We knocked !deliver to : law of Estrada, and Jose H
were out. congress, tomorrow, ---- -- rnan-
the engine of boat that French
room a at Key a new government .
i ; dcz. a close: friend who flew here
by aerial bombs and but he maintained '
torpedoes his "no
comjmcnt" West Fla-i was leader in Cuban shortly will be orge nixed to replace -
; j last night after receiving woitl
and had to put in for needed..repairs. J f: attitude., | "BACK DOWN"< BEVIN revolutionary movements against the one that resigned last j Estrada's ,death. of

: | ..He'w'aS if he would have the late President Gerardo Ma- Friday. Cabinet post'of'foreign 1 I j i i i Dr. Edward Gonsales. who
"So we to Bremerton-j anything tb in the i chado. minister may go ta Leon Blum. :
came 'Say message j'performed the autopsy last
Washington and\, stayed, there!{about the Berlin' blockade, and, l i SAYS IN DEALING WITH Sinc2 then he has been con- it was stated. j i eight. testified he had reached
for four months while the American after answer ,. nected with a number of groups; no definite'conclusion as to the
it, said
Navy practically rebuilt the t refusing to active in Cuban's turbulent poll PRAISE FOR' TITO' .: cause of. the man's death and
vessel." said Sir Charles.. '"Thenwe },that the statement made yesterday I RUSSIA ABOUT BLOCKADE tics. BELGRADE.-Press and' radio' would express no opinion
put into Sidney Australia,j) by' Secretary of State Mar- Duque de-Estrada, a native ofi j' called on Yugoslavians to reelect. -,< whether' the death wu due to
and eventually for the rest, of the]I; shall was' 'in accord with. the I the Mexican state of Chiapas.!I ;Marshal Tito and all 'his'f 'I the poisonous fumes several
war chased the Japanese Navy White House attitude.' ) Another Note Being Pre moved to Cuba. became Cuban i..M around the Indian ocean. I citizen and was one of the lead- party holds ill election. It :was:: room of the vessel.
I '1 1ITO
"In considering the international Asked who would' 'attend- a i ico pared To Be Sent To ers of underground activity said that ?Ito will $get an "oyer-. "; fit: is possible that death was
and the political aspects crcnce. to be held:in consid- ; SAM 'GODMAN agRr; >-* Machado. whelming rote." ]:1 j i due to: asphyxiation; brit I can't

today we find that if the, nations ing the message- before. it'.wasgiven i iI Kremlin; Two Americans In 1933 Duque de Estrada.or- i I 'tell the jury that from the re
involved 'would aanized a political called sults'ot examination," .:'aidDr.
plat;themin group ALERT'' j my
to congress, Truman CAIRO ]
I: President pi I
the same cooperative light ,Arrested "Accion Revolucionaria: Gultens" Gonzalez. "I suggest: that
that }the: British and American said that matter: had .been I Il MAKE CITY with Pedro Fajardo., Orlando |' CAIRO.. Egypt. AM ,ait-rald 1',t I ,the contents of the victim's ltomeach .
Navies,did during the last war left l entirely to J. tlloward MeG in,-,... As..erar.d'n, .U Leon Lemus and Rogelio sireD j ounded: bare.th1 ,morning' I be sent to the laboratory at
there wouldn't be a great. deal of .!'ath, -chairman, of the Democratic I LONDON July 22.-Foreign Hemandec Vega. Fajardo was I I for 40 minutes though no .a.*j jmy [J cksonville.f ."
difficulty." National cbnftmittec, 'and Secretary Ernest Beyin! sajd. tq. assassinated some time ago. and J aircraft appeared intS..*kr.t:f .The: |jury directed the shipment.j
(Tel ATVT. in hearing about ib.alert .
tE )
Among then British officers I 9TL PROBE day Hernanlem Vega met the same } ; the contents of th$( stomach to
added i.ercd"may include that Great Briwn'wl1l .
present at"\the Rotary luncheon that the i not fate fire days ago In Mexico j, said ihat IheI.. ,war.. the( : Jacksonville t laboratory..
: 'wciwComdn.. HilaryD.. Boase. 'RCIublieahvAsked. : i .. { ...'. ; "back 'down" in dealing with ; \ strictly observing, he. .\!ucf) : J t Anibcl Perez JgQ SimonUnif4rfiT
', .,3buut the outlook for, -- -- ..'."" City.ure tt '1 1I
> Ifotilla "engineerofficer/:* LC:f SUf"CY "Will 1ticrtit 1 ; 1i "; ---,-, ntusslaaboul4. iriw:-86111:1""bodcJ, ejieee"ttjrDatspK -ctRstra T < ij'_ hr4a4'iujiiHV1fffiify! -atXt ,,
Comdr Charles S. Battersby, in peace, President Truman replied ... I' ade. to'. da leu the j Guitcras group, 'and I 30C OBSERVERS: 1 J ft trad: h",, found the\ many body
Crossbow and that he;thought:: it would be attained Whether UPA h Tnt ] Arc organized another' political spcie-1 .. Three hundred *aboard the boat when he went
command of HMS |Diiffys Sued I II j I 4 ile';addpd' that Great 'Drttain, j TEL AVIV ;
though he refrained from j ji
-' ty called tthc Legion of i 11 i to cull him at 11
Lt Comdr. George'B. L. Smitb.I !t the ; Msrtianaj| 1 United Nations members are In I upon a.m. ycj-
mentioning' Russia or the situation ioiitiuuc In tier Wesf I;; United States and France Action"named for Jose 'I terdar.
flotilla gunnery officers and t Marti t Palestine] as observers of condi- .
several lieutenants. In Bprlin.. .j jK II j i For Foreclosure wit}( bnk.dctheir 5cope'of: negotiations : a leader in Cuba's fight; for independence -j tions\ during$ -tb life 'of the truce ""There'were strong fumes in

They were accompanied to the I Area j j I with they Kremlin. lIe i from Spain. ']between: Jew and lirabs.i \ .engine room 'of the vessel"
meeting by Lt. Comdr. B. G. I W Girls] Stale I A suit for foreclosure of landon revealed. that a second. note to j Several years ago he left Cuba j' I Pere; testified today before the
Samuel O.
Parnell, USN, executive: officer Godman regional; Stock Island was filed yesterday Russia' about the & I after having been charged with FORD SETTLEMENT jury.'' The electric bilge pump
of, the Key West Naval; Station, field representative, Atlanta re- in Circuit Court.: by Frank J.:' been blockade' had: havin-r encaged, in a dynamiting I- DETROIT.. The Ford Motor]f was running when I looked Into
Representatives { .Jlusso prepared, by GreatBritain j plot in the nearbytown of Guana- i the engine room and I aw Esj .
and Lt. Comdr. Eli Viiiock, USN. gional office, of the 'office of and, his .c, Frances, }i(Company today settled the strike
against Mark M. Duffy and h; and would be sent to the 'United I bacoa. lIe returned to Chianas. j trada lying on the floor. His
Housing is -; 116,000 grant-
1 ; Expediter in Key (of its worker by
wife Louise to satisfy States to be reviewed. lie where he an dtwo brother demanded -| : i lips were white' and there was
} \ BPW Club Guests West for the purpose of making a mortgage explained i ';lag then in Increate of. 13 cents j.f j.V troth them.
Telegrams l1ayBe t ta given'by the Duffy,to more attention for that!I insurance some on
cover that the United States I f ,.n hour' Vacation and ,: Jir-
written state from f Under before
survey of the housing a cash advance of $1,610.The : the Mexican govern.ment. questioning -
Sent FromAutomobiles t Edith Kniicfc and Nellie Mej f situation here as to whether or' suit also, makes the Flor- probably would suggest some I At one time they threatened -j,}]matters also were. adjusted" tat' }I ,tic.-e Porter and the jury by W.
nendez Key West representatives J J not the demand for ida Industrial Commission and changes in the note., as also I to proclaim Chiapas an independent actorily. i (Curry Harris, assistant state' at
to Girls State,, addressed mem-' housing j the U. S. of America defendants would ''France, and, that, when i state. 1 I I torney, Perez raid that as far as
l .bcrs of the t Key West Business t beenreasonably met. because j the latter two have filed ;' agreement is final among the Duque de Estrada-later returned Funeral t l Fbr.Leonard he: knew Estrada had no cncmic
and Professional Wooien' Club ; These surveys are made by the ;against thp-Stork Island property;:: (Continued On race Three AI-I to Cuba and operated a shark- J)I at the regular; meeting uf the[Office of the Housing Expediter I to collect back taxes against tile,. fishing boat out of Cayo,Hucso. been in. fear for his lif when he
to Now and you can send bi telegrams 1 ;unit group, held last night; in the pa- !'provided by the Housing and, Duffys of more than $2.000. ; Lowe 1}i I saw him the previous day.
from m o e tio of the North Bach Inn. The Complain] About. Band I Perez: ran to the Bar Pilot's office -
Rent complaint charges the I Concert
of 1947
equipped with radio-telephone, The'girls gave.a detailed ac-.J amended April liens commission ; on Porter Dock, where E. -
such as automobiles trains air- count of the six-dat course of intensive j I 1, 1943. 1 by the : and the'ov'rnm'nt ; Funeral services for Leonard; trada's boat, the Jose Marti, was
planes, buses, trucks and inland study on 'state governmental -f Pudnuse: of Mr. Godman's survey i ordinate, to the are Icin inferior of the and plain-cub' Noisy Airplanes i ] ]I Iii Park Tonight i iI L. Lowe afternoon,: 71. will!at be 4:30: held o'clock tomorrow J I I: tied up. and called to Pilot Mrb 1
waterways boats it was announced -
today by S. A. Jones, mana- In Tallahassee procedure in which June. was held I I. i is to determine whether continuation 'tiff to collect the 1650. j i Complaints have been received I The Key West Community I in Vie Fleming street Methodist i J'Jose.I vin )Russell Marti. to go over to the

ger of the-'Western Union. Nellie Menendez: sponsored by!I of rent control is necessary ;: by police and city officials Band which was organized June Church. Rev..J. B. Reid and Rev..1 I "1 think a man U dead over
Western Union has made arrangements the American Legion Auxiliary.' or not in the Island City. :; Seek Divorces '' about .the. running of model air- I I 15th under the direction of Earl Charles Ketchum will officiate.- there. Peres told Russell.,
for telegraph service described the first three days'1 i The Regional,:: Field Representative '' plane motors on'Sundays in Bay- Dillon, music director at the Key I Burial will be in the family' In his testimony today Russell
to and from more than 5,000 mo- events and Edith Knuck. delegate is staying at the LaConcha Petitions seeking divorces were view Park, according to City I West High: School, will play its plot in City Cemetery. The body said he ran to the vessel on the
bile units already equipped with of the Convent Alumntc I hotel, and will remain here until filed yesterday in the office of Manager Ralph D. Spalding.It I first public concert this evening t will be placed in the church 'at \t opposite side of the dock and that
radia telephones for service Association and' the BPW Club. next Wednesday., Those Key (Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. is said that the airplanes, I at Bayvicw Park. The concert II III 2 p-m. Pritchard Funeral Home Estrada looked to be dead.
through stations of the Bell Tel- explained the activities of thc,,Westers desiring to contact God- ephone system and other tele- last,three days. .,i man about the general housing Sr- agairrt Ruth Olivcne Doddcn park in the. afternoon on Sunday, ,sist of standard marches, waltzes Survivor: are the widow, Mrs. found him was filled with a
phone companies, Mr. Jones sta Other business of the evening situation of the City may do so Arch, and by Ray Austin Sher- disturb the peace. No action was I: and modern popular pieces. Hannah[ Lowe one son Eugeh: ? strong-smelling gUe" said Bus.
included plans for the attendance 'at the hotel rill against Jeanette Frances promised today by" city officials 1: The band which practices ev Lowe, and two grandchildren I sill ". felt dizzy and later I

ted.The driver or passenger;: of the of club members- the district'' Godman's survey report will White ShcrrilL -- -_against the,practice. II':.ery Tuesday evening at the High had a headache: from the effectsof
radio-telephone equipped mo- meeting which will be held in 1 be compiled for the Atlanta Re- School .auditorium. has a membership Precocious Are it although I was only in.
bile unit simply asks for Western Miami Beach, July 31 and August gional; office. j KILLED BY EGYPTIAN MOB of Key West residents. I I the room about 4$ seconds.
Union and sends his telegram 1. I II Navy personnel and members of I.I Russell also testified that all
collect or has it charged to Notification wai, received thai I| the Senior High School'Band. These .Children the vents in the engine room
the mobile unit telephone number addit.1onJoffittrs to the district i J7, Airport Acres j I p I Membership in the band is open t }I were closed, that the bilge pump
board will, elected and a r.*- to any one who can play. a band BANGKOK--)Siamese po-f!{, was running, that no on else wa.I ._
Telegrams may be sent to radiotelephone quest to present the name of 'a[ Are Transferred instrument.BRADY'S. lice believe shop owner recently I i;ion board the"vessel when he ar-
equipped mobile local club member as possiblecandidatc i ;j i t arrested offered just about the] rived on the scene and that a
units through) any Western Un- -for the district, assist I t: if weakest alibi on record. )]: gasoline generator in the engine
ion Office, either as a paid mes- ant directorship was answ=red Capt. C. C. Add USN. commander !*f rI He was caught with a submachine room had been running but was
sage or charged to the mobile with the selection of Mrs. AloySla of the: Key West Naval ,, gun in his possession. t not running at the time he got
unit telephone number. Van Goidtsnoven. Base. has transferred 17.1 acres ; The alibi: 1 bought it for 10 i -
Mrs. Marione Simone is handling -,.:of land at Meacham Field,: 1 cents ax a toy for my children, I .There were no marks of violence -
transportation facilities and 'which was formerly the proper- (LIVE) Poultry & Egg Market i| You mean its:actually a gun?* ;, found anywhere on the
any member wishing to attend LV ty of the U. S. Army, to the Naval A 1214, Whit Street I j >!;!boay.,1: >r; Gonzalez had previously -
BOAT LUMBER urged: to contact her. There *re. Air Station'.here; it was an- PHONE 540 ; testa-lei <
enough private care available: nounced today. i Rogelio Gomez local manager
STRUNK LUMBER YARD she stated and all desirin to attend -'I The announcement came as a 'We Invite; You to Compare For Sale ofiAeivios-Q'Airlines, testified to
\he weekend meeting can j'refutation; of rumor -scattered knew Estrada since 1930 and
TELEPHONE IIS be accommodated.Club {'around the city that the Navy' Quality and.Price that the dead. man came to his
{j members then enjoyed''was reactivating that part of the, 37 Plymouth Coupe J XOeatlpugd: "'On'""Page fourt '
watermelon;and charades and an, East Martello Towers section ofrojthe t '46 rhrsyler, 4-Door
interesting, entertainment pram airport. Further rumors had Fryers lb. 60Cj SCrUndnHighiander -
presided over bv Mesdames'it' that the Naval Air Station was I t '
Motor Tun&up & Margaret Bonamy, Stell Cinski being reactivated, i}; BatefY.Rai! I '47 Studebaker [Mother Goose Up to Date
and Angelo Caro as bostcs-;es. -1] The Naval Air Station has been : b I oI.Door--cJAlfPlOIf !
General Repairs Miss May Whalton won the reactivated for'some months. No >t 1 1I '47 Studebaker( t Sing a tong' Sixpence,
shampoo set which was the door informatiOn was available here ; I -Door CHAMPION A jigger full of rye,
ON ALL CARS of Stall CienskfflW10P i k. ROASTING ", -
prize .a sift what would event a11 become i '
f the j '49 Studebaker A JUICY STEAK
fI Jof airport property.HBBrHOxe ; GI'i Wirephotos' HENS ''b. 50c at
All .ff ark (Guaranteed 1 1-Toa TRUCK
1S4081 i i STEPHEN HAAS (left).. American real estate man from Philadelphia WEAVER'SFollowed
Palace Theater 1 TICKET OFFICE was stoned to death by an Egyptian mob while sightseeing MUk-Fed 'wins Garage"Tour '
Monroe Motors Inc I i in Cairo Sunday. His prominent wife (right)) was with by lime pie.
Randolph Scott and Kay Francis ALL AIRLINES him but apparently. she escaped injuryNo reason for the mob's Our Poultry Is Received friendsStudebaker P.& The only improrement we ,
"Your Friendly Ford Dealer" "Whpn' be 'Ballon* Rode"I action was reported but,it was recalled that feeling occasionally ALIVE; and Dressed Daily Dealer"1IM can think o( for the abore Is a
1119 Whit Street Phone 725 NEWS: and SERIAL PRICE TOURS I runs high against Americans in Cairo and other cities ia the DUVAL STREET. bottle of champagne to ease it
'_ sit Fie-w. ... Arab n& ion at war with Israel -a- PHONE III dowa with; .

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THE RUSSIAN ........................
4e !J IDest OTffuam! :" e +!:Pr-\.,

L PnfelUhed P. ARTXAM.DmUy Ow Bxeept cr ..Sody.d Pkbltafce by ,. .. '"The breed )y come from never, .lets the Radio Programs DANCE ON THE DESERT
NORMAN D. ARTXJUf. BMlMM ......* ..*...., ................. !I n More
Prom Tile CitlM Building other, fellow shove him off the sidewalk. I )
Corner Green and Ana Street ,
Only Daily Newspaper Monroe County la Key. We.t aa4 That is what Representative Charles Daytime Summary a By Florence I Thee! :f -Brillianfl

Selected pregrinu a. litte below A Newsfeoturei
Entered at Key Weet. Florida. a. second class matter Eaton, Republican, New Jersey, said Tuesday are broadcast at the Mme time Men- I

HEMBEft OF THE ASSOCIATED PBESSTb in discussing the Russian situation day t......through Fer central Friday.subtract Eastern one heur local I Chapter Zl. Sunday evening business and, I ball of fire persisted throughout
Associated Press In exclusively entitled to for mountain Subtract two hours. I the other members with the celebrated Gloria de- I the evening. And when Gloria I I 'PAINT
gee for reproduction of all new dispatch creditedto particularly as pertains to the blockadeof CERTAINLY had no misgivings Sylvia added to the advertised had motored back to Palm
It or not otherwise credited la thus paper. and entertainment, the customers after closing hour and.
about Gloria To Springs '
here. western Berlin. JULY 19 THROUGH JULY,23 deSylvia. a man.
1110 the local news published they were that she'dcome. acted like people who had paid as they were retiring.
,SUBSCn1PT10N RATES ; The "breed" that Eaton comes fromis Morelege0Gtlonetmoon With alacrity delighted they hadouk for tickets to the "bleachers" and "Wasn't she wonderful tonight< WITH
had "_ L
been tickets to the Ed?
given answered
=1111tix la N. T-nW Eddy guardedly
ODe Tear < their sunbathing to go msidMB
Month. I.'. the "breed" that is characteristic of the Breaktabt Club-ab I practice with her and it Hey grandstand.She "She's a good singer-yes."
Three Months 1.71 :15--Barnyard Fotliob" I was dazzling In'a charm- Bert looked at him quick 1
had doubt that the
m. Month I-J: American people generally. love peace Ozark Coney Folks-mbs, any lurking exposing black lace gown,. with a meant she's wonderful for the
F'.kly 10:00-FreA Witrtng Snow_b., -,,, Hacienda nightclub: might! not
but not at the price of'dishonor., War is' a Music For You-cb --- 'I continue its first two nights' success crimson feather head-dress and business. r
ADVERTISING RATES My Story,Drama a bo the jewelled shoulder-length velvet Eddy buttoned his pajama coat
sultry singer's
Made. Known on Application terrible thing but peace with dishonor is 10.30-Hour of Serials-nl> i completely) dispelled it. presence gloves of the exact shade. Beside got into his single bed: J
than Sine Along-cbs I her, in girlish white Eileen "I think she's going to do more
SPECIAL. JCOTICH' worse war. bay It WAft Music-mbs .The young'boys, Roy Crasley, seemed like candle-light againsta harm around here than good. I
ft reepecu Alt readlnr obituary notice notices, cards, of prima thank. eUx. l'a.,*will J1Itto.be. Key Westers generally recall the tac- 11:00 Breakfast-Arthur Godfrey la Bollrwoed-be Ebotf:-!cVi<; [, the drummer, and Charlie Mom-, high-powered electric lamp. When the week is over, I thinkwe
of 10 cent line. ? son, who played the sax. were And the applause her songs re- ought to let her "
lUrKed for at the rate a go.
tics that Prime Minister Chamberlain of 11:30-Ben Alexander Show:-n, b i
churehe whiche plainly smitten. Plump good-
Notice for entertainment by from ceived compared with Gloria's, "That's a funny attitude. Eddy.
revenue 1* to be derived are 6 cent a line 11:45-Serial* 1% hrm.-eb natured Phil Meredith the trum-
." Great Britain resorted to in trying to appease was like a trickle of water to a She's taking a gamble with us. =
The Citizen 1* aa open forum and Invite 41** AfUrmM' :/ pet player was really quite self- waterfall.But isn't she, and if she 1r de
brings us type
cnrilrn of public Issue and subject of local or I
Hitler before the second World Warbroke .
12:00Welcome TJ'aYeler.-.b conscious Pete usually
general Interest but It will not publish anonyoon pessimistic if Eileen regretted that the enough business to pay her sal-
communication : in all its fury. That circumstance 12:30: -Word* and Musle-nb w injected a gay note in the glamorous Gloria had joined the ary, we ought to let her stay.
1O-Mnsla Half Hoar-nbe, strumming of his guitar, and Alvarado Merry Makers she gaveno He switched out the light and ALUMINUMPAINTI
taught the world lesson and that lessonis *.00-Double or Nothing IQueen Carolina Bert's army buddy down
a indication. In fact, she told the lay upon his bed. But, as
nibs *
for a Day- partly summarized the convictionof wonderful. he lay there in the darkness he !
that the more you try to appease a bully 2:30-Serial* for t'i hrs.-Bb them alL singer sincerely -
Bride and Groom-abo ):iss deSylvia. I wish I could wondered'again. just why Gloria
the more demonstrative he becomes: Martin Block Records-mb1 */ "With you here for a drawing put over a song the way you do. had come. Surely there were
MEMBER (li) 1948 aba card Miss deSylvia. we'll prob- other in u.. h OvttWe oaf .latU.
Englishmen whose honor is :))0-Ladle* Be Seated- "Thank you honey. She had places, the Oasis bracket
a thing J:30: -The House Pl.rty-eb. ably have to build an addition to studied Eileen through half- who'd have snapped her up. at Protects Agaimt water IIItt
precious to them, boiled with anger over Second Honeymoon ::: *JS: the place. closed eyes to make sure t>t her :any salary.And .
Chamb rl in's' coddling of. Hitler. The 4:00-filet For the Hunt LuTTa Qtrfx Mike- ajb* It was amusing ths way they sincerity."What you give the cus- he wondered, too how the One Coat Covers Metal
4:50-Winner Take AD-cb1.." jockeyed for her favors but it tomers is all right too.he added arrogant Blackey Davis was I, Wood,trick.Cow t.,Mattel
anger reached that stage "that"resulted inChamberlain's Treasury Band Show-abo was obvious from the outset that graciously. faring without her. All during theevening
1:00-Treasury Bandstand-ells'! Gloria had singled Bert out to "It's sweet of you to think it," Bert had gloated just a I Fw Rodwtor. pipes, Tasks
,IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WESTADVOCATED losing* his office.: Kiddies, Hour (west repeat' I br. receive her own. Eileen answered.: little at his unquestioned triumph' le.ft", Equipment. Bow !
.tul-abe and mb. **
Americans would with Mrs. McLane. who returned And overhearing their conver- over the ,man who had rudely
too seethe
BY THE CITIZEN angerif IMS-Lam and Aimer-'-east called him "amateur" few I WeUi ,
shortly after Gloria's arrival, sation, Bert decided that his an a
our government backed down supinelyin frankly expressed her 'doubts to latent fear had been unfounded.The short weeks ago. Leaving thebandleader's MI PBRf OSE-ICHCU USTH6

the face of the Russian threat in Berlin. Mr. JialLday. "I, heard her sing two girls were getting along office that night, I
More Hotels and '
1. Apartments. humiliated and depressed II
NETWORK'PROGRAMSEastern Oasis and just swell. certainly -
one:night at the she -'-ygyTrfru..
2L Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Joe Stalin and his cut-throat crew must be Local Time. For central certainly was popular. But some? he had never dreamed that It I tt
subtract mountain I feel she doesn't manlik'e, Ke didn't realize he soon would be running his own t
3. Airports-Land and Sea. convinced that they can not bluff the Uni- one hour for how belong BUT t
subtract two hours. Some local stations here-the boys would do just as his own attentiveness to business conducting his own
4. Consolidation of County and change hour ef .relay to fit band and that Dn S's
ted States. Americans the barrier
want peace but local schedules. Last minute pro. well,! with someone less spec- singer was a ,
City Governments. between them. Still it singer-his sweetheart, he had $1.65
gram changes cannot be 'includttf. tacular. was only S5.75 ggr\\
they don't want any cringing to Russia to thought that night-would be I
5.' Community Auditorium. But Gloria scored instantly natural that he should be at-
!get it. We must maintain our honor even : THURSDAY, JULY 22 with Bert when she generously tracted. Gloria was a femme singing The night with had him.been a big success I GAL.Jjm2 n ? \ QUARTPIERCE \
fatale, where all men were'concerned. -
at the price of war. EvMing suggested "How about my sing- Only] Mr. Halliday and but in 'spite of it. &rt'fell ti
for the'
ing a few songs guests i
And if war comes, Americans may be ::09. -New* Report.Every 15 Day-cbs MIn.-nbo.Newscast this afternoon? It might be good Eddy charms.deemed But impervious then: in all to her his that asleep perhaps with the Eddy'troubled was feeling right.) 1 BROS:

MONOGRAPHr sure that Uncle Sam will not pull his Network Silent Hoar-abc-east advertising. twenty-five Eddy had never Swell as she was. Gloria mightbe
Kiddies Hour (repeaU-abc-west make years. Cor. and'Elliabath Sis.
"Well, if it won't too long the cause of trouble. Blackey Fleming
been attracted to girl, though
County Commissioners:' punches against a ruthlessnation like Rus- Network Hour Silent(repeat((1 hr.mbsea.tKiddies )-mta-west a'grind for you"Nonsense -?" he'd always been any friendly enough Davis wasn't a man to accept (1)rd)
1:1 -Sports Music Time nbo ." she! laughed. competition lying down. He'd I PHONE 270
Monroe County sia. It is our guess that atom bombs are : with his brothers girlfriends.Now
Of Men and. Books, -cbs "What's a couple of songs,. any- with Gloria however his probably do something to set
Gentlemen: much nearer to Russia than she ,has,been 5:30-Muslo Ttmeebee&llt'1:45Newst way?" attitude was certainly wary if not Gloria deSvlvia back. And then I

In raising: the Public Welfare Fund given reason to suspect. But Russia knows Lowell Thomas by(Three repeat-ID nbo-cbi: Pepper Shayne's wonderful definitely unfriendly. His first im- where would they be?
7:00 Club nbe-baslo. writeup had brought a 'flock ofKey pression that she was a dangerous (Te.b eon&nmcd :
: from $18,000 last year, to $28,000 you or should know that the American super Th. Lewis Show-cbsNews ,

included $1,800 for the local radio sta fortresses and jet-plane fighters in or near Fulton and Lewis Commentary Jr.-mbsI:1i -abo '- J

tion, which seems to be able to exist Great. Britain have been sent there for Dally-News Commentary and Comment-abe-nb amIlmlDIUUj IWW I r TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I and ity College author,, born Conn Rock, noted Falls teacher Ill. 4 .1.1Now

only on subsidies-$1,200 from the city, something more important than maneu- 7:30 News-Dinner-Van Damme Date Quintet-mba-nbo West In i I Ely Culbertson(Know America, famed) American I,1-64 years ago. ,- -,
from the That vers. Jerry Wayne Show-cbs I
$1,800 more
and noted
Rex Uaupln Muslo-abo bridge expert author -
makes $3,000 that the taxpayers haveto News Comment-mbs Days Gone By 1 i born in Rumania 57 years water-wise
7:45-Harkness Comment;l1be I
what do they get Report So.far have observed News Broadcast-cbs '
cough up and<< : we no" I ago.Abraham
Sports Commentmbs1Ot1Armed S. W. Rcsenbach: of smooth fitting
for their money? lightening of our work due to the discov- ServIce Reyue-nbo AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF'I Philadelphia, famed rare bookman -
The Medical Examiner-cbs: THECITIZEN OF
THE ORACLE:, ery of the atomic bomb.: Front Lucky Page Partner Drama Quiz--abc mba JULY 22. 1938I1mu2Uumnm8uuuuilSiiip1IUllm ,''I I I born in Philadelphia, 72
'I 1 I years ago.
30-New Faces 1J4S-nbo ti118C1imn18tEmory :
Dr. Kathryn McHale, general
Mr. Keen's Drama.cbsCriminal ': ..1
Four years ago we never expected to Casebook-abo Pierce [director of the American Associa-
Talent Jackpot-mbi { Lpwe ;j
YOUR ROAD AND MINE to live to see the day when the 'citizens of *: -BlUy Boa Comment! ;"Bbat.00 s cently" returned ''from'*England: tion 'of University Women, born t\:
-Tb Music Hall-nboTh :f i in Loganport Ind., 58 years ago.
Berlin would where he given ? :
welcome. S. airplanes. was a degree *
Suspense Dramas-cb* U. S. Senator Charles W. To-
Americans The Child's.i World abo wGabriel marine{ frtology at the 1Jniyersityofi !j r
have right ,JttfV"be ( ,
, very Hefner. Comments-Aba;; ; Liverpool, 'was guest' speak er::bey! of New Hampshire, Republican ., .

proud> of 'the good roads in this country. CHEAPER; MEAT NOT: IN S SIGHT .3s-fay 115-News Noble Broadcast Band--mba nbo"-p:r f'l yesterday at, the<< ;luncheon, of "the J( Dr., born Morris in Boston Fishbein, 63,years editor ago.of 1 VS Yl

They are the best in the world. .. ., Crime Candid Photographer 1IIC1'Ophonabc. 4 Key West Rotary Club. Hei i!:t r the Journal of the American! ;, : swim SUITS
Andy' Russell Revue-mbf, tt.4S .I spoke, about.: the: way of life in: 4 ,
Furthermore, the money used to build Nearly! every housewife 4 finding it -MoTle Backgnuadms8:55Bat ;" England. '- |Medical Association Chicago.II

roads came right from the pocketbooks of difficult to get the desired quantity of Henry Xewmbe1CJOOBob ) born in St. LouK 59 years ago. at Sears
Lieut.. Gen. William D. Styer,
t I I't' f.
...the highway users. It is a matter of public. beef, 'pork and other meats, knows that Tbe PIa'house-cbs Hawk y
Interest that the I Government does' not'sub- there is a relation between ,the corn crop Boxing Family. &1'heater Sports-Show mba -abo Commerce 'received a_ letter to- I't'ago.I I B. a smooth rur! *' ttlx
Place & TanD day from a sponge company in ,I Elmer Adler of Princeton, N.I ,
.sidise either motor transport or the private and the available supply of meat. 10:3G-3Ilm. I
to Life- bs10:45Earl inquiring about [J.,famed printing craftsman, author : maiderabeachbeautli T
Dance Music mba
Automobile owner.They both pay their!! Despite the prospective record corn Godwin- Talk-abo Tokyo"Jlan.sponge obtained in anil editor born in Roches-,

.->way and more. Under the title, "Public' crop, that is estimated to be forty per cent 11.00 N'ews, Variety. Z hrs.-cbaNewa the waters'of the Florida Keys. I I ter. N. Y. 64 years ,ago. |i iI with a Catalina-SwimSuit J
and Dane Band-abc
Edward Hopper of New York|, x II
,Aids to Transportation," the late Honorable above the yield of 1947, there is no reason 11 US News.-Newa Dance.& Variety Band to S hrs.1--nbo mba Fred Marberry was guest'I eminent artist born at Nyack. 3-.:: from Sears MidTl '

Joseph B. Eastman, Chairman of the to:expect immediate benefits in terms of 12.00 Dancina:-ODU\1e4-b; west speaker last night at a meeting !N. Y., 66 years ago.:: 'J "r

:Inter-State Commerce Commission and meat and prices. While the large supply i. :of the Key West Lions Club.-1,* Prof. Odell Shephard of Trin- Other tintwimwtar summer Sal Catalog '11t '
TODAY IN HISTORY j Among the things he said was j.
JVreviously Federal Coordinator'of Transportation of corn will be encouraging, in the long ('I "Go slow investigate thoroughly : give $5,000 to the project and the I t ( for at your Scars

after seven years of careful investigation run, early declines in prices are expectedto (Know America)* and, then proceed with, WPA, $19,000. off the family ,1>1
1796-Moses Cleaveland and I Order Office.'
watchful diligence"I I? of
and research be seasonal.In
published a his Connecticut' Land Party. locate -r t Mr .and Mrs. Roland Weather- There more '* Ito

,formal and conclusive government 'pro- addition, the experts point out that Cleveland Ohio. I Local spongers held a meeting I ford entertained friends at a picnic I I i choose from r Tli

nouncement which definitely settled' the farmers will probably hold' back large I 1877Gen. Phil Sheridan or- last night in Red Men's Hall and : and fishing party yesterday j: of Star c...'y" ,
dered to Pittsburgh with -troopS decided to wire Governor Cone : on Summerland Key. t ti .
subsidy question. numbers of hogs that wottld'normally I{ ....
,' % go to quell strike rioting. 4 |against Greek spongers plying i -:.&- 1.4.ye
These are all facts that have been frequently to slaughter. In other words, with ample 1890-Frederick E. IVe'grant- their trade in the waters of the I Mr. ano\ Mi"l S. Floyd Whal- 'J

published since the famous East-' feed supplies, the farmer will hold back ed patent for color photography. j Florida Keys.Members : ton and children, Patty Lou visit-and '......... .r.
I Betty Jean.whO had' been ,
_man report but-lets go a bit further: his animals for additional fattening. The 1916-A bomb thrown rtto the i of the Florida Na=: ;. ing Mr. Whalton's parents, Mr.! 'L
midst of the
In the year 1946, highway users' ,: in! same reasoning applies to cattle. It shouldbe parade in San Preparedness Francisco-10 kill-Day tional Guard, who had been' and Mrs. Stephen Whalton left I

_addition to paying $2,563,609,000 special -: noted, however, that the fattening process ed and some 40 injured 1 homeward Miami
days, will begin their ,:1
imposts for highway purposes, paid of hogs and cattle will increase the among those arrested for ,out- trek tomorrow morning. ,

.over $346,942,000 to the general of rage. Today The Citizen says in an
jstfpport! supply meat for next year. j '
1923-Belleau Wood in France
Tof the government in' the form of property' Housewives should also'understand: consecrated and turned over to City council approve a proposal -1 editorial paragraph: SIMONTON( and FLEMING STS. J
nice be gentleman,
last night to beautify public, "It's to a
.taxes. Moreover this figure does not in. that officials of the meat-packing companies the United States. grounds in the city includingBayview but it does limit one's vocabu- PHONE 1560 L-: ,, II

,.elude income, excise State sales, excess"' say that the final arbiter of the prices 1934-DOlinger shot to death x in,i Park. ''The city will lar '." -I I ,--
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:profits and social security taxes. Contrast, of meat is the buying public. Their func-, Chicago.1936-"'Hunger army",camps in t I

-this for example with the total taxes paid tion, as sellers of meat, is to get rid of sup- Harrisburg. Pa., capital building. II

=-by railways which amounted in 1945 to, plies at the best price the public will pay. 1941-President Roosevelt 'asks I I I It
legislation to permit him'to hold
823,511,885: If the public stops paying the high prices, draftees, national guard and others -

t Thus-highway users, not only 'built' the price of meat will inevitably decline. longer than one yeanl.> t I

:'the roads which are available to all citizens 1942-In effect: a new sYstemof

.. for commercial and pleasure use, but From now on until the election is over gas rationing based on ration I
they are also among the Nation's heaviest it will be difficult to secure a. sane, intel 1943-Hard fighting in Sicily, t. I

contributors: to schools, libraries and all ligent speech on any political issue. with enemy stoutly resisting the .1

...forms of civic and social activity. Americans. (

As Eastman pointed out in his report, 600,000,000 TIMES. 1945 U. S. Marines equippedwith
tanks, make another landing .
it is a good thing for all of us- to remembe'rthat on I wo. Y" I

even back in the ten year period be- You can get some idea of the immen- 1946 Congressman AndrewJ. r

ginning in 1927 that motor vehicles over- sity of the universe by the report of the May before says Senate he's too Committee busy to testify On- I

paid their share of highway costs ,All ,the discovery of a new super nova, or exploding war profits. 1

way from five dollars annually for farm star, which has a brightness of two -1947-In effect: Presidential t
... trucks reorganization plan putting tinder -*
to two'hundred and
up eighty million
seven suns. a single administration the 1!

,dollars per year for truck-trailers of over While it is hard for man to, imagine Federal Government's major s)(. +ta n.J f
five ton capacity-and' all of this beside\ anything that is equal l to two million suns housing 1947-To agencies.help Britain conserve .la di

carrying a generous portion of the Na the astronomers' know that- some groupsof her dollar supply the United iiJ

tion's general tax burden; including the novas attain a'brilliancexf six ,hundred States agreed to ease some bars ____

support of schools and courts, police' and million :suns and produce- rgy at the purchases.in British loan: against sterling NOW at Your dealers. s

-fire protection and the general costs of rate tens of millions more than'that of our .

?, own sun. IB the NEW
w tir Even so, the nova brighter than two : METAL CARRIER
_" The Turks, we hear, think that by million suns is so far from, h'h earth thatit IF NOT PLEASED. year tie

comparison with what other nations get will have to become'four thousand' times bark. Ask any druggist for tots -Ererjr Big Ifjttle- Serve You 12 Delicious, Ounce :
STRONG fangicld TE-QL. Made
-1. ;
'U. S. assistance is "stingy. This is h.at with ,O percent alcohol It PEN '
brighter than it is for one to'se-e5; it'. with ETRATES. Reach aa4kUl.. Pepsi-Cola Company. Long Island City, H. Y. Bottled by: Pepsi-Cola Bottling. Co of Ke t;West.Phone SSI
: -
we call nerve, the naked eye. -* .. lORD germs t..t..r. Today atGARDNER'S

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Allen -
NEWS Douglas Gilmore, son of
Lt. and Mrs.' Allen Gilmore -1402Pine' Sensational OPENING SALE.
street celebrated his first ;
By JESSIE GIBSON i birthday anniversary )'esterday'afternoon NOW ON ATPOLLOCK'S

The Citizen Office-51 1 at a party in his hon. ,
Ph ones: or. Moving pictures were ,takenof .
dence-262-R the proceedings which' included Q u 111 I J Y
lIIII1W UUUUUWIIIIU I1IUllt1WflI fl1glluuuwU1U1UUUtuuluullulutnumltlnuunsnuuttOnfttuuuluuuw the presentation of a cake'with \\\\tlil''tL!
one candle. 1 JEWELEQS

Proposed Entertainment Discussed ,. Present were: Dennis Blair!

Mandy Mayo. Inga and Ned \1/' -

By Jaycees At Meeting Last Night Beach Timothy Catha, Craig ] 508 DUVAL STREET
Findly and .Martha Gilmore.
j Air-Conditioned Open Every Evening Until !:DO o'Clcek
Arrangements for an entertainment -. Sports-Harry Knight Chester' Mesdames C. H. Blair. George-

were discussed by the Jaycees Knowles Joe Lopez, Lew Smith. Mayo. Edward Beach William -'-- _
at a meeting last night. Date Youth Welfare Chester Catha. Bert Findly and" Allen P Quantity:Rights Referred d __.' __.:-..:.. ';'
and nature of entertainment Knoules, Jack Sellers Leonard Gilmore. I

will; Robert be deojdad committees Dopp later president for the, en-appointed Warren.Isadore Constittuion Weintraub and, Ignatius By-Laws-Les-I I Apply To Wed I II I 'PORK CHOPS lb. 83c

suing year.Plans ter, Charlie Wardlow. I An ,application for a marriage
wer made concerningthe Christmas Activities Newt; license was filed: yesterday in the -
State Jaycees conference to Ketching3 Charles Curry, Paul office ,of County Judge Ray-
be held at Sarasota on August 7 Calleja. I mond R. Lord by William Yo'

and 8.An Entertainment Hector Bar- Tomlin. 22. of the USN and' Pork Round Ground

exhilerated campaign toward loso Ralph Faruldo.I 'Charlotte M. Putnam 18, of 84-2
completion of the clubhouse'i I Construtcion-Saw Lawrence J jPomciana place. ROAST' STEAK Steaks
is underway. !i Fred Edwards Ed Strunk. I I
The following committees hlve'In j Health and Safety-Fred Fro- '

appointed: i i lock Danny Lopez.Beautification 1b. 7'9c' Lb.80c !b. 7C

Americ-anism-P..c.b Saunders ,
Henry Higgs I-
Earl Duncan. Radfcrd Belleu.Membership Harold Laubscher Malcolm It
-Kcrmit Lewin Pierce.
Jttt Knight. Publicitv-.John Pearson. Jack CLEAR POUND CLEAR POUNDSTEW
Finance--Will Cooke Joe Pin- Delaney Harold Laubscher. t 75c 89c
Son to Dows ROAST.
Icr, Eat Duncan. Aviation George Faraldo, Key West General Hospital it
Public Affairs-Louis Carbo-, Frank Toppino. re
ported two births today: T-BONE POUND
nell James Murphy, C. B. Har-,I Pmpram-Bill Russell, Mal-
At 4:15 o'clock
.1 this
morning a!
vev. i color Pinder. Walter Price. STEAK 90r Palomilla. 95e
son was born to Mr.and Mrs. .
Fishing Tournament John
Play Ed
| Strunk Everetti
Lawrence Dow 321 Whitehead I
Costa. Harvey Sellers. Jack Mur-\ Sweeting.- I.
\ ray.: George Curry. Ralph Faral-i I Awards Jeff. Knight 'Ear'seven' FILLET POUND POUNDSTEAI.8130
ilo. Bob Pollock. I I' Duncan. i BOLICHE..85cPOUND

, - --- -- --'. ------- --- ------ Daughter to Alburys

! I A daughter was born at 7:31 I POUND POUND
junior Hostesses \ Gnad To m
Legion a.m. today to Mr. and Mrs. An- LIVER.
89c Veal Stew 79cI
(live Communion thony Albury 328 Elizabeth .
j Barbecue street. ., The newcomer weighed

Breakfast here 1 The Key West: American Le- eight pounds three ounces. 11 I

t gion Guard of Honor at its meeting I SPARERIBS .* 62c
The NCCS Junior Hostesses I' NO "BACK DOWN"
last night, planned
held a communion breakfast for : a social, Continued From Page One | B B2MB H RMMMMM B BnMtgn B nMM H nn Be'
meeting for August 17. A bar-
servicemen at the Whitehat clubin lies the note will be dispatchedto
becue will be
the U. S. Naval Station after : supper prepared Moscow.
by William A. Glisch GROCERY DEPARTMENTArmour's
9 o'clock Mass Sunday. July 19. (Berlin reported today that
on grounds of
Father J. Maring, S.J.. new i the Leg In two American soldiers had strayed
Home. Families of the Honor CAN Hunt's No. 2/2
pastor of St Mary's Star of thei j into the Russian
zone along a
Sea Church was present. 'Guard attend.members .will be invitedto lane and were apprehended by a Evaporated MILK 13o PEACHES can 23c

The breakfast was under the 1 The Russian guard and taken to Rus- Welch's QUART Swift's CAN
Guard of Honor also
direction of the Misses Hilda nounces that arrangements have an- sian headquarter Upon hearing GRAPE JUICE .12c ROAST BEEF .13<
Castillo Sylvia Sanchez Claud-i been about the arrest of the soldiers, Waldorf Spiced Jumbo
completed for hotel accom-
ma LaFe Elayne Albury and i the of the American
office command -
Elissa Moreno. modations during the National tome up the matter with TISSUE :i roll 29c OLIVES . jar 23e
Legion Convention in Miami in
Others who Cider Rose or Magnolia CAN
attended were' the Russians and the soldiers -
October. The Honor Guard will
Edith Knuck Susie Demerit,t be housed at the Dorn Hotel. 115 were released and returned to VINEGAR .. pi. lie ComlpiWil MILK 21e'
Netta Valdez Stella I
Delgado. their afterward.
zone shortly )
S. River Drive for the durationof
Martha: Bouza, Aida Soriano and u "
the convention. The -CARD'OF THANKS *
servicemen from different sta-! five-day |
tions. 't{ Guard will leave Key West on We wish to thank our 'many!
1 October 17.Legion. kind friends for their kindness' GrtJ'7.ice S"Epeas;

and condolence, rendered us in I Imr .1 1
Eastern Star To I I't
Auxiliary bereavement of our .beloved: QUART NO. 2

Hold MeetingFern Meeting" Tonight .on on.and brother. Earl George Fel-I BOTTLE . D"C CAN .' .. 12c

Chapter No. ?'., Order of } jly22-ltx'
< and FAMILY. :
The American Legion Auxiliary
the Eastern Star will hold a
'i special; meeting tomorrow at 8p.m. will meet tonight at"8 o clocpn -... JANE and SHINE

'. in the Scottish Rite Tem ; the Pot Home. Details willie
ple. completed for the Southern .r r.____ 1
Area Conference to be held in NO 14BIRDSEYE NO. 2
Ft. Lauderdale on Sunday August TONIC = i STORELocated
: Intimate Glimpses 1. \ '-,..... oi..I r..l t ry. .1.1J STORE Frosted Food
f T I WVM .w *. .s!. .. Located 9 ADAMS Ice Cream
... ..... at at
Two Key West residents have .tA..t i. Vi..4T..it
I BoyScouts? Bingo t M. ..,.-Y.. **l..lGARDNER'S I 1302 9 Nice Line of Fruit 629
completed their first year at the
U. S. Naval Academy Annapo-j : = _I.IB anti Vegetables<
Eoy Scout Troop 253 wants tiet n..t
lis MJ-, and the mid- ._ of .
are now on Choice Cuts
everyone whet i* planning tc .
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shipinen cruise. :
summer practice ,: : -
ttend its Bingo Party at 8 : WESTERN 3IEATS
They are Midshipman Harold G. .
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o'clock tonight at the Parish
Richard. USN, 900 Southard -
:enter, Duval street know tha .
1 street, and Midshipman GraftonR. -' -_ :..:.-. [Free Del i ft : -
.he building will be cool and refreshments PHARMACY rery -
McFadden USN. son of Capt ...._ _
cold. Prizes will be 1114 Division St. Cor. Varela '
and Fadden Mrs., 323 Archibald United street.G.V.. Both Mc- given for the games. as well asa PHONE 177 File DELIVERY| Subscribe To, The Citizen--25c Weekly

I youths are members of the classof door, prize. _. -- -- -- ,

(emy.sophomore 1951: and) are-class in at the the new'acad.third I THE BIGGEST NEWS IN THIS PAPER TODAY. FOR II

Clayton Sterling well known
Key West Baseball player, with
his wife and daughter. Brenda EVERY WOMAN WHO

Jean, is visiting Mrs. StE"rling'sparents
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur z FAB gives FABULOUS SUDS even in hardest water.

Johnson, 421 William Ueet. Sterling FAD with Suprr-Wfttiny Action makes more suds, 't'

it is leported. is resting and DOES A, FAMILY WASH faster suds than soap. One cup of FAR was put into ,
making decisions concerning his asher.on left. One cup of soap into the one on right.
baseball contracts.J. Both washers ran 7'i Minutes, Result: a washer full of
rich suds from FAB. Almost no suds from soap.
E. Chambers. 112 Ann street
hooked and landed a rare white

marlin,_ weighing 44 pounds. i k .
while fishing off a navy boat 1
yesterday. The fish measured s*" ew
= i
six feet eight inches. ,/ I si
Mrs. Joseph Watkins returnee

today from Tallahassee, where
she has been taking a teachers
summer refresher course at theuniversity. WG; ir

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\ Mr.. and 'Mrs. Vista Lowe and : ,. .
son Elwyn of Jacksonville, ae \
visiting Mrs. W. E. Huston. r '

White street.Scooters.
Washes everything : i

To Meet t'f, 9'-
!:.: '.
Southernmost Cushman Scooter FASTER CLEANER

Club will hold a business : K:
meeting at the home of Bob Dan- It

iels, Grinneil and Caroline WHITER BRIGHTER l..S. ,__' I... ,31.
streets, tomorrow at>> ,7:30 p.m. ,

What Is Super-

than any soap. In hardest water! ., Wetting Action?

t Keys p USeIo ,ate Q The newest Colgate-Palmoive- faster and more thoroughly_ ''f'- ;.

Peet miraele...F AB with pushes dirt out! k:3 t J.See J.


(Near Fla. Natl-'Bank) ...fabulous work saver for Wash Whiter Colon for yourself! prop a

t' overalls towels everythingthat's Brighter! And FAB leaves no little ball of cotton thread
.Lenses Accurately Duplicated. extra-dirty!. into a glass of water.'It
color-dulling soap scum;'re-
Sun Classes floats
r : stays dry a long
j Prescriptions Filled Washes Clothes C/ecner' moves scum left from previoussoap time. Drop another ban of

1-Day Service on Faster than Any Soap! No'graying" washings...makes even' thread Into a glass of water
i old clothes look and FAB. Ifa soaked ia-
i Lenses
Vision newer
Single Wash istcfcfferVcleaner .
L soap scum. .!_,!_. This I. FAB's
i When )011wash.F Washes dishes twice as fast! SptT'Wetting Action
-.s.sT.. L AMY, Optician AB with SNpe1"-WettiJlg No wiping! Slashes through" something no soap has!

Action penetrates materials ,grease as.no soap can do.



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: Woman's. Club Prepares. : :),- ': ',.-,' S"1ss.Food . . . . . -:.. .

I nook For Early Publication- Ends CLASSIFIEDlofoniialioH ADS.F.

v-< ;; : Rationing
By :BOWSER.: -
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bf the legends about town ly as',mochMto;:lie .eftjeyed ..in an BERN; Switzerland-W All

concerns the Key West Cook armchair'asVb forV*:the'< kitchen forms of food rationing have been for the Advertisers i -
Book which -is I',
being published sto\-e..' :. lifted in Switzerland but. explained :- RATES FOR HKGUUAIl U* PATXE'T. '
by the Woman's Club. It has I \ BLACKFACE TVPBAdTertivetntnts Payment for classified advertise.
'been talked about so much for so The. Woman's. Club 'was not the war food administration mt is invariably in advance, bat

long that people began to believe 1 j::certain whether, itwould': accept ,. rice is still scarce. j Will be inserted In uDder Tbs Citizen this bead at counts regular may advertisers have their with ledger advertlst aej .;
it in the- class 1 the rat of Zc a word for each |n- meats rhareed.FlBLICATIO.
was same as' advertisements-for ,Davy Jones' locker. It will come as it "was ielt-.ftey'fiucHt detract years the first li words or less Is 39c. To insure publication copy must t
as a delightful surprise therefore The rate for hlarkfae* tree is 3c awwrd. be in The Citizen office .betore 11 "" .
from Its -ch nirt.. t. there. has .
: and the minimum charge for clock in the morals of ttbe day
that the cook book is in the been 'considerable'preseurt ;4x"erted. [ISO DECISION REACHED tbs first.15 word is 4ic- of publication.AH J=
final stages of preparation. All
on tits part of,arrseeing s
material is in and the book goesto local businss.pepie who !'e 1- i Continued From race One) 'f'

the printers the first of August |!ize that this wire saix.'unparalleledopportunity'for place'of 'business 723 Duval advertising Is "accepted under the following -on4itkms In the
for publication by Christ ,street late Tuesday nightHe e rent of error in advertising transient or contract. The Citizenwill be :;l
:'permanent responsible onl* for tin first Insertion in CI Miflr4 Advrrtwlas and la
mas. Airs. Lee oddard, -presi widely dLstrib'Mtei.Jtublicity: .- ,was trying to put througha' IU..la AdvrrtlKiBK for only the actual amOunt.of space occupied by the i
'dent of the Woman's Club and publicity:that Nil;rlaiialpin the call to Cuba Gomez testified part of the advertisement' where the error occurs. 't

Mrs. Dan Navarro past president hands of..people,. br''many. 'yearsto but didn't complete the call because . . te . _.f :l

together with an editorial come.. .*. i__ .. '.**rj Gomez closed up his of HELP WANTED-FEMALE EMPLOYMENT WANTED
board have been working for fice. a .
j I The"W nan|*\"Chili fe e1S" that -MALE
.more than two years on the book !j I "Estrada had no enemies .
it cannot accept advertising froma Wanted-Steno-clerk with
and no project undertaken in. here .but he had some political some
Key West for many years has J, limited ,nwi1bef; 'Of. .hi.lSines.31. foes in Cuba*" Gomes said. knowledge of general office Experienced cook and baker.

aroused more interest not only ,'bouse- withopt; mal, iag:, -"He was a political prisoner in work. Apply in person or letter -! Call 281-R. jly22-4tx f

'locally, but nationally, wherever ble for '311"togrtsiv. ; business f ,Cub a* one time. Estrada was Public to Office Superintendent
Instruction 2nd Floor
found. : in the '|Uf have plice 'in ,j HELP WANTED-MALE
lovers of Key West are I town. a JIOt.upset when I last saw him
County Courthouse. ,
The prize recipes of many generations j: this uual'Key'West ptomo- alive and he would not hare j1y177tSalesladies

of Key West cooks will J]I tional" pnaterlaL- 'For this reason taken his own life." Hat head presser. Experienced

be found in this book, and our i|:, thosewho"ate-i4t rjsjted. tu hav- Joaquin Alvarez a friend ofEstrada (2), neat appearance j: only. Steady position. We pay
local'artists and writers have cooperated t;irig'. WiiW1>.TOa i J rxl*a/h --tpis testified there was experienced preferred, permanent -!i union scale. Poinciana Dry

', to make it as charminga ,Ptrm'ateAt:4 yo' ;ll9Tyab4k"' {pIi about .20' gallons of gasoline in resident. One to speak ; Cleaners. jly21-3ts

\ cookbook as has ever been putt i Key West:stb 1.tl1.re3antittifii.t te the'bjJge tank of the vessel when Spanish. Apply Pollock's Qual-
tince-fa7th &$&*. -Mrs. Lee ity Jewelers 508 Duval Street.!! -
the market. Strange to
on say rJ he$awrithe.,,-esse! later. He said STORAGE
cookbooks stand at the top of the tGodda'rd. on"y27ltiiis. tie' '.had tirade trips to Havana' jly20-3tj!

best seller lists and the committ -J Dan .Np.yairP;,M =f.,1 ptJ2j.B<"*- .and Miami;, 'with Estr da. '' Red Brick
Storage Co.
(e has received many requests! ness: & 1e.'i}{ %*14 bhigu- -'Myron IL.Russell: ; REFRIGERATION '
who commercial.
was Phone 793.
for the book. from leading boot- pressiSe'd ttf Stet'sin.aaVt/iisl.ne: '
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sellers throughout the 'country.-!l"a pta. tiu.rtVt.vT-rff. ., ,Wees(>: :;Cook S.-o kibg qoek; ,6n when fth e| other the side ,.ofPorter Domestic and commercial, work i Jlyl-tf.-.

There are many collectors of j jcookbooks I Boot;isie priailr. }r ratsbghor. "h"e rlt"at body' wasfptifld.said guaranteed. Free estimate j t '

and :this is outstandIngly -< Requests'\:tO --f eciyrdti irit 1 wtbe.iri'by.rdlY:2J. .the Jose' :. Marti looked Once at the to Holbrook Refrigeration Service!j FOR SALE .-.
a-"reading" trookbookViful-, t'tJ\ti. Jte'L;, : call 724-W. jly21-6tx ;

.> t ---..: \ ." '{,. \:": ..: ;.} ', 'f den operationand the bilge pump I Bungalow small store building

II Argues'Iontalia' -i 2 i- g St1 j him'uines in -were so'strong that they the gave gas FOR. SALE-TJSED CARS j! and, size lime 50'grove.x 120'on each four in good nice'lots

"a..sinking feeling"i Model 1910.Ford. panel truck. Apply I f section.
... !.'" '" ..< '4"ANACOND ....... ;.." ;.' '. Working Torres said he saw Perez t This can be bought on
.. Bros. Bakery 1025
: :' f : easy terms. Johnson & John-
..Mont.-JP-Jac ',. : : ::.:::. : ? Estrada ;;about 10 a.m. yesterday White Street jun30-tf son. Phone 372.
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in 'DuVal
C OToolc, Shelby cattleman and ':' \\.b...: "street He was in good I
Montana A' spirits,. Torres testified but left ford truck, long wheel
booster extraordinary f base 500 sheets 8*4 x 11, white news-
i ,soon.-after fop his o where: he stake
ffli : body.
P.qlfg'p Very
: good mechanical
.insists his Artman
t : state is the nation's'lar'gest sai the' adsbrne work"to do. Pri1t.,2Sc. Press Citizen ?, -
instead of being third ,, I = '' -''-'' condition. See Mr.I Building Phone 51. .. ,.'.;
t :o.' T Warren Russell testified Chas.
... ... I he E. Smith Sr., Clyde-
largest; as the books say.'Here'sthe : AlUnIfl.sEaVI 'ES' had ;'tmerelr looked in the Jose 1lal1oohines.. jly9-6t f jt's-.tt:- .
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way argues Martfe
: port end had Es-
'Many persons have the idea ; .'\ I A.M I .: f. ",trade's- body lying on seen the en. 1939 convertible La Salle. with New exhaust fan finest njotor,; -

that Texas: is the-biggcit stat in .1Kt1oI1 ..a.raQ"," : n' (':.-fa. room floor. radio. $300.00. Apply 626)l very reasonable. Apply Jack's .'",

the union. They arrivq at this "'and.8cstf5ard.. ... ._ ..tr.tr. ;' Grinnell Street I j Bar, Overseas Hotel. 917 Flcnv--;?:
[conclusion because of two redsons -; .. .. .. ',r t. Estradacame' to Key West sev- I' jly20-4txj: ing Street 12 to 7 pjn. '- .
-t: J era- 1oilths the Jose 40 Chevrolet tudor sedan. En-
FirSt. "_ ago on
: Texans have been I A, -;"' \ ;.' I trine: and rear end overhauled. jly20-3t.
preaching that propaganda for r.o. : ,:;t.\ :;:- Marti He is believed to have Phone 841-M. jly20-3tx ; ....
years! 'Second, people haven 8OOP;M.iDaiiceJotn'tfritchrJ ee>;wajtins; for the necessary 3 practically new passenger tires

stopped to think that much of arci:ndIq.t oichestsa:: : fy sailing 'papers before departirtfor'Cuba 1940 Hudson sedan. 907 Virginia 650-15. Whitewall Goodyear.*' :'

Montana standing on end. Fsk t 1: :; i; .; Street Phone 303. Only 150 miles usage. Rga2
."Iron out; the Rockies and ti8:30 ) : .'The members; of the jury to- bargain. Eastern Auto and -
rM'BrIQ.Pino ,i d jly21-3tx
e Home Supply .
Montana would exceed any others U X1 r:;> t; : 't : day :"wer.O Arthur Thompson InciIy203t'
tc. in sizt. Francis Barry Charles T. Archer '37 Plymouth. $150.00. *
.. 1 A : Slf,1... !Htr',=, ; Ross- Whitmarsh. Frank Vit- Apply 14ft. boat no leaks.. Reasonable. !
"\ ..._. 1000 Eaton Street. jly21-3tx
8 0 0 P Ited10:15 Phone 330. -jly20-3ti .
r : +- : ;: tcllia and..Roy Hamlin.

f: The Weather P.M..JI b &t'P. ikjt1j.,"urthe'P '40 Pontiac. club coupe. with 1946 Speed Queen washer Whiz/cr .
: 7 .- :
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..--..; 'S'.t.'h'.,.'. .. 'The .old' Greek equivalent for engine. New paint. 1327 I motor bike. Call 732-J. 6-7:30 :
'WhQ .so,blind as he that will nots White Street jly2J-3tx
q ': .1d'ra :ij P-m. Jly2Q-3tx :
If j s e,*; w S' You are looking for; .
FORECAST Story"iSretm.t''f-? .1...:..ts.... oJ. 1937
: .. water inthe,1ea; .. Oldsmobile sedan. good condition -
'UO .A: .:. t6... Upright Howard piano. Good :11.
.t KeyfWest and Vicinity: Partly t. P ;.. fl\ radio and heater. A tone. $30.00. Apply 710 Bakers -
HELP WANTEEi northern car. Call A. J. Laz-
cloudyand continued warm to- -SALESMEN Lane. "
Cltsaicalr8otir '
3:00 '
daV,::tonight and Friday. Gcnt e!'' <"i ai-: : W crick, 5th Division' USS Gil- jly20.3tr' '
*nkxlerajcsbu.thcaslcrly wind s.-j-I 1:00 lectlojii.-ahnqinc.Jw/P.3i.+.:.I e1Tb44lii ;FlgiirQnthe ;: Wanted: Man for profitable Raw- more. jly21-3tx Beautiful MacArthur Home, un .

'Occasional showers in the area. f P'atiatCbicautluiitt'.Stt! leigh bu inoss. Must be satisfic furnished three bedrooms, corner ,
;, Florida: Fair weather through t'inc....B at:1t.loti '- #Vith>good>living at start. 1947 V--Ford panel truck 's: I lot seven lime trees seven -.

'rjdajv; except widely scattered ,, : : e Write..RawleighVs. Dept FAG ton. Low mileage. 1600. 521 cocoanut trees. 3000 Scidenbertf.

i afternoon' thundcrsh wers. j 10:00 P. -lJ; .,!. (' : 660 91;- temphis, Tenn. Simonton Street. jly22-2t Avenue, call 1047-W. 't

East Gulf and Jacksonville j : jly2'-ltr2LD .
'G.' ..s. ,};, t.s r -. FOR' RENT-APARTMENTS jly21-3Uc
through the Florida Straits "
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Gentle to moderate? winds east,' A .ft i":1J: ":ttl J'. _. ;,: GARDEN. AND,LAWN Pressure cooker (National No. 5)

1 to southeast over southern per ; : do "'f:n: 'i.';t AFch ( .-. ,.SUPPLIES Furnished Utilities furnished.2 I-2-room apartment for canning and cooking entire .-
I lions' and variable mostly south t .'eih Couple only. meal. Excellent condition.' ; '
ers, i 1j.
Icrly I m: li ir. -Mjbftterey Apply 915 Windsor Lane. Also *
over northern portions wtinK.:,d iks N'tit r anl \ super-strength adjustable dress form. .
I through Friday. Weather partly 1 tazifieal':"vlo ; .t :nes. n'Jcftrdhose." Won't kink, jiyi-tf Phone 1315-R. jty21-2tx-
I cloudy with 'a few showers and ;. -a.- ;..;- 4.: "i'C. r, sn rl'pr'snake. Special $6.95, I
1 thunderstorms. let 5howitsY t 'i<:1tJ'oU rtitrdu atKei West 'Garden and Lawn Furnished apartment new .gas Hangover* toilet 1105 Watson '
I No craft 1 .' if. *:: -Pply.14. Fleming Stiv range electric refrigerator continuous Street Phone 776-J.
small .or storm warn felUbS; f; + J .
inns'.hhave been issued.Report. 1 g: servlcfiJk..L J- : : fly 20-3t Phone 215.hot water. Monthly jlyl-tf jly21-3bc,
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1I) ttig FOR: HEAT-APARTMENTS Electric refrigerator, Coldspot 7 ... .
i reeeivins to sta., .lfi.'o pb pil't t' "
r i AND COTTAGESThe. Four apartments. Apply 411 .
allw. hget51eavsilable. cu. ft Good condition. Unit
tamps' -
; esrp '
Wes Fla. 1948
Key July 22 William Street .
: jun23-30tx just overhauled. 114-D Poin- ;
Observation taken at City Office [ .tv'SERVICE. .. PE85t :d Stuff
r [NEL .. HoteL 410 Fleming dana Phone 1176-M. "
.J $ '" \ .
8:30. A.M:. EST) j I Les1e1g )4v ;'r';r'"!' Street has an efficiency apL Newly constructed efficiency ; jly21-3tx -' .
Tempeiatur.ghcstyesterday !
and'several sleeping rooms va apartment: All electric kitchen, : ;
Gerald: Pinder-Pro Dl-
_... 91owest I. rector.:. ,. ",.. .-. cant.. Low weekly or monthl tile bath hot water, nicely A baby's crib and mattress high ..
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last night SO. Lillian W eaVelSectetiry: rates. jlyl.Ututnioihed furnished. Small children ac chair and ironing board. Very 'M

can / .... 86 jDoreea .Cruz'iu.. cepted. $65 per month. Apply- reasonable.. No. 4 Hunt's Lana t
t Ir matfo n
orinal -. _
8 f 909
Elizabeth Street
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Aide. apartment and jly2I-3tx
.,. ./ : cottage *
Precipitatioa 4
f t Both with hot water. No jlyl7-tf
otal last 24 hours ... _-r.. ': pets '
.000 ins. -
'I'i Apply upstairs rear 1014 Va Must sell Bendix Home Launh. .
eta! this month 2.16 ins. o. .;' rela. Street. jy22-3ts Furnished one-bedroom apartment dry $1,200 cash plus six notes.
cccss this month .01 ins 4 i- .. '
N.QC. c. Bath large living room Leaving August 1st 1012 Di- :

ota this year ,..19.84 ins.I' .. FOR RENT ROOMS electric kitchen. all utensils and vision Street jly7- tx -
tees stfisear _' 3.83' ins.Relative .. 1021 THitU,t3Sest- o'I utilities furnished. No octs. 2 -

Humidity I r .DEFENSE FORGES Large airy bedroom. 5 windows blocks from beach. Reference Furniture for sale. No. 3 Pearl -

at 1:30 A.M. r6Tr PIlOGJtAM. hot plate refrigerator. Phone Call 753-M. jly9-4tx Street jly22-6tx
I'I \ -;..,. 813R. 727 Eaton. jly20-3tx
BarometerSea I' .11---_ -- 1 t- I For Rent-Large furnished apartment Three-bedroom lavatories. Rea ,

( Len) 1:30 AJ4. "tHtnW)1't FOR RJ3rTCOTTAGES : alltile bath and shower I sonable. 896 United Street

::>>.93 ins.-10155 mbs. 1 I 2:00- PM.S aplaoe.. Base ;Pobl 1 I electric bath. kitchen. 4 rooms dnd I jl>'22-3tx: :
Small Apply after 5 p.m., 1019
fomorroWe Navy Tives. ,. cottage suitable
Almaaae : Flaglcr St Call 740R.jly203tx. 1947 Richardson house trailer and '.
9:00: for couple and
arise 5:51 A.M.. sob PJbtr-Siytni: one Apply -
et .. 7:16 pjn.toonrise' .I I Machine TypowhUr, Wilting -, 1306 Division Street Division 1947 Indian Street motorcycle.ak for Doris 611 y ..

9:17 p.m. I Bm"Sb6ers.. ;" ';! i. jlyl9-6t Efficiency apartment and one- Wilson. Call before noon. _

loonset- FAZDAT .. .
7:55 aon. :1 bedroom
apartment. Couples
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I 2:00 P.Mbftbill 'f'ot.. : OELi.IIR>:Ot7Sl1sher
N&\1 only. Paul's Tire
I Shop.
I Wives at e .yie -.
TiDES Pafk.j :
I 2:00 P.M.- : #. irons, vacuums and jly20-6t One minnow cast net used twice. _
Tomatrow -I j nataCt1JEo fan repaired. O'BriaiJ, Phony Cost 4500. Sale price $25.00. -,.
partment of Health' Instruc
1164-iL: Furnished apartment adults no One air compressor, can be
Naval "
( Base) tor. jlyM I
pets. Conveniences. $65.00. used for pumping up tires or >
.JCastern Standard Time
) 9:00 A.M. .s.bo 1',3'CSEwiaMacMnef
.Hifh Low = Floor Banding done by experts. 1214 Duval Street Telephone, painting. Price. $%0.00. J. D. ,#,0.:
Wfta 1003-W. Bearup rear 822 Fleming St -
110:57 Free estimates il
aJB. 4:19 BJU. ( inf .Roora..Sho* s t given. Phone *
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5:45 pjn.3DITIONAL 8.l.Tt11tD.t' 183, of. call at'701 Caroline St.jlyltf. jly3attuesthurstf jlj-22-Stx -
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2:00 P.LL--BokTiaiai>z ,. .
TIDE DATA j I 1:00 PJiL od P 'D -
trance Station: Key West Rooms Showers taS. BaUtets. CarolineShop. 223 Ann Street Something New! '

Tim el| Height of j 1St1i\'DAT .. ..: will remain open through July '
tationTide (high water '- 10:00 A.3 Comtounioa withincreasing stock of 'new. "
tac r ,
i Honda I fast Wnitehal CJUibi"T)$..NS- in pensiye' cottons for &lip-I SAFETY nitb BEAUTY'For _

die) ___-Oh 10m 0.0 ft j val BaseLfZn Sunday T COTCTB and draperies. 10 '
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| Name Key 1:00 RMr- 'Pictiic..1?$*-ii/ intoi r 'to 5 daily except Thursday and Asphalt Tile Floors -, 1

st end) __+2h20mChica Pool Wiener.Jloast'tiltfo., :Up. '&tW'dayaIternoons..

a in advance)*'. ,' : jly6-17t
Point)-Oh 40m Information' cefvtc BfiUxifii
c' Public PLASTICA No. 3
es Channel city maps. \- Ve t' '". stenographic services

end/ +=h loin +1.4 ft.' Religious 'Bt
oOo telephones, stamps,,wrtpp lm ;find. Post 103. Coral,Office.Hotel Apts..jly7-6tx opposite I % Eliminate Waxing Easily Applied and ?:. <

mailing pac&ae*.. raillra) :c*. Dries'Quick To A Non-Skid Finith
Glossy \
-}Minus sgn: Corrections J press'.service,.la- Y Outside white paint porch floor ;.. ,
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to be subtracted. ; available to. c:tIl SOLD BY
: .. eoamel, inside enamel $%.75
}?-.Phis sign: Corrections to and their familie:*"*' .'t.l' -1., Hardware, toys electrical

be added. ] MRS: ?S: 'COU IY :1 appliances. Complete line So- Key West Floor S
Covering-Co. i
f lour. &txnhf: e ,. may paint and supplies. Doher- R Y ;

t> Minute .WSS.BlLDA CAS't1ILOt.i '- -tT HaVdwrafe, 846 Olivia, corner 132 DUVAL InEET' '
aTp PHONE 1454
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Motor Court : '' .........................,......e...........eee>*.. .X .-.+: ...,...... .....e.....................................:
PHONE 1000 ,

: 909 SimonUm St.OwnenhipManagement. ; 718 DUVAL Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : Elf. II Is Elctrical WE w E REPAIR SELL I m T I ,.i. tS. ,POOR OLD CRAIG :

: Of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We WU1 Call For tad DelivEr, .: ;: ,WHITE STAR. : Service Station 3
: SEE OUR : : Years' Experinc In Elactrkal Work :. '
Beginning Monday, ,
; : SHOWING of Electrical I AppliancesSUNDRY e. 1 r CLEANERS : J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE; 11J4 :
19 ih
July .........................-................f.... : czuca4:1-; : 211 Duval Street : t 'Mirco Mesa. Jr.. Prop. : : Francis mad Division Streets : ''i
I WILL BE CLOSED ...... ... .:..... ... ... ... : ELECTRIC( TELEPHONE 41 : 5:: 791-DUVAL-STREET_ ; : Tire Tubes Batteries Auto AcceoriesTour : ,
Until September : i STORE : ................e....... .'.......*.........*.. f -- !...........PURE.....OJL.ond.......GASOLINE........Dealer............
: HOfl : /...................... ..:....................', ::1\ .Dry-Cleaning' : .........................a....................
::: THE Tropical BEST Drinks OF STEAKS and : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : PRITCHARD 55 i' : ,i and.Preiiing
.: Tempting Fresh Fruit : : .OY our Potrouags Invitecrl : ,RUSSELL'S I 24-HOUR SERVICE : RADIATOR SERVICE :
Pies will be available : S : Frs* PickUpand
.::.. in September at : e Cream Proprietary Uledicin : FUNERAL : '.: "''DeliveryService: : S NOW AVAILABLE: ,
Benny's Motor Courts : : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : :5 DRY GOODS ;i : 'SUITS:.for, :MEN : : .Rod Cleaning 9 Retiring and &Flushing ; "
:........ .............. Toilet Preparations and Articles. HOME : :. 1106 OLIVIA STREET : -::: and WOMENMadeloMeasure : AUTO AND :

.................. .............................. : : : PHONE 373 I '..:: ; : TONY'S BODY SHOP

...................... ..... .... . .. ...... S Let Those Scrre s : : : PHONE. "'ZMf : 603-05 GREENE STREET ;
j. 3 Who Serve Best ; : Specializing ,* ..... .... SS .........! .............................................
: and ROSS
s GOMEZ MUMFORD WE HAVE NEVER :S..' .nWomen'sand :. .- ... iitLOPEZ ............................................ ,

i FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for ,3 : BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL : :.: .:. i ; En ::' t. CAROLYN"tfrv ::, I I IS

Carrier Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. !
S : 720 DUVAL STREET : Air-Conditioning : 3 .
Furniture Ambulance Service : Children'sTelePliotte :: ; : : f DONALD BARBER

s :: Juvenile HOUSEHOLD : :: S33 for Domestic PHONES and Commercial Use also :: 548 : : **. ;' !: 1jt PW I,, Crvite; :. E: We Specialize In :

: FURNITURE : ...Y........e.............. ..................... Never Sleeps : Apparel' -. :- ,:.' h. J: '_ S'.. :. : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing :
Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ........).................. ..... ............... ,.........P..p....h. .1 t.......................,l le ..> J .. .. Phone 175 ALL TTPRS Or: IIKLK\B WAKS.STFXL'S ; !CCRTIiPRRMAHICXT
: Axminster Broadielt .. .. .:. .. .:i .:. ,.... LLtCelteetl.Fttneral{ r : .i............ .............r .......,........ .

1 RADIOS andAppliances .. : ; : i a Direct jQ.i s and. ( :: .............................................
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I E. ;*24.1 thAlwera'. :,
I ..4.a..''''''. a ) .: : BEAUTY NOOK tf!
.. .J.J 1 J ., ;1: .:..t24 H'QH1-vr. a .. '. SClen.hflc Beauty Culture I 1;. ,
t'S. .. .. .:, . .
. "Terms Arranged" : GUARANTfID WORK .. 'HI: 'I ,t.h L.lI.iICtlll:: : ;.'tf .t .1'1, ,: : ;-Yni : : : : : in All Branches L. i iTlf

+, : OPEN TILL S:00 P.M.. :. fXPIRIENCID MEN .. .1" ., ...-....ulatice, :. : Thoroughly Experienced f
MON. and SAT. .PAINTiNGContractor. 1. :
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......eeeeeeeeeeeeeee .:. 'FREE-ESTIMATES' :'"l''ALL.WORlt GUARANTEED 1; 1I 1 ,. .. ....., .: : Soft Water Ural ExcloslvtiT ,
: Telephone SI7. ut Dnval S Mt. Jefferson Hotel. .* 'PDoni'133,:. f:Night MB : : Phone 637 536 Fleming SL .L.

;i .....*....e......... ;" _, J. Douglas Trevor ........................5555.............5....S .....*.S.....:.. i.....: .... ........ ....... ........ ...:
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i PRICE TOURS 1823 Karris AYe. Key West. Fla. : ; ;: ;; Electric \, /:We !S.. ->*" ;

: PasiengerRepresentatives : iA PHONE 137
: : : Refrigerators Disposals and Electrical Appliance '? *. ; : Frances Park. Owner ; :
: : :
101'FLORIDA F58 (tttq w : Wnsliinj lachitics 'for Immediate Delivery ': ...' \ :
all its Phases
EAST ......................... ....................... i HOME APPLIANCE' : ': .I '' "... C :: Ueauly Culture in Treatments .:;
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COAST RAILWAY : ................................................. : 605 SIMONTON STKEET 'PHONE ;!114- J 0' >. : : Facials Shampoo Manicuring :
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on dwellings, Si .. ." ,
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: OFFICE : : hold and personal Atlantic Mutual I Fire I Insurance Co. : : ,. TOP son $&50 PER YARD or $1X0 PER SACK< s. .; ::. HUESO BEAUTY SALON
: FLEMING STREET : effects. ':' "" ''MARI HAULED.$5.00 for YARDS \ n' *t t 1 : .,}WIU'sbp1ro) : Any Part : : CAYO ,
: Rear of La Concha Hotel Save 15 To on AU Policies Non-Au ubI. : Also Lots Cleared and Marl, .Spread-Very,B.aoaakla. .. .; ... }JC'-,6'01. I/A'or-CanadaMapy .: : Southernmost Housa in the U.S.A. S

: MercantileStock /. L. C ruoe, A t. Phone 674. : :: .SrPalacioSouth ,j : Featuring ;
PHONE 124 g :' ttJif 1021 ou i e'St.': i I : : .Spot Reducing MarLKVYMhTIIOI: :
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: GOLF COURSE ;' 822 Fleming St. R.M.D nlsIs. Prop. Phone 1018 : : Open Daily-and Sunday 1 :' .'..' ..... > i'7...a 1::...... : lag Permanent or FinestIn : J
5PiJ.to1A.M. : oIf Waves S
S Cushman Motor Scooters :, : SERVING T\. :i .jt pp :. ,. a

Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE Uinners + *' ;':", ,,.:'., :.-:,'.....t Lt'ttuiRentili Beauty 1 i $j
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches > 3r A ; .!.''1 :

MDE AWAY. ._.............REASONABLE............PRICES.................,,.1.: 'I .... -. emeat Colony 1 *
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: BUS : : ?rOpft. y: ; 4. Street fe:
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S the Now you can ride a n eononuel ',.-J: ." : '
Scooter VaiV School O
: COLFLINKS : i while Cuitunui paying for Motor it...and the WIND AUTO BONDS 'Sand I KJRCHHECVEHitKiv'lur All Licensed
money y tr MI.ansportslion*qr ,other : ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE .T ,'>J
: method tor Cuihman. Com ia pay for Key '1-1 est Insurance Co. '1 1 1III ; j fcixMt : Most Modern in J a
: Have Fun! : free Information. ,. : .Alt Wllt h4Ui fttMt : : Phase! W
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ............... : SIMONTON. STREET mOD IITI 'J l +i'W a4 faun : +.f Beauty Culture S
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.. BICYCLES REPaiRED t : *. '* .SS......S. ....i .............................................
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:: 24.Experience ii Rs"s in Watchmak vi :: : FOR SALE FOR RE> T ; f t .BEVTIFY 1 j INSURANCE 'I. Good Work-Lo\v Prices : \.

'***m m DaUy.between 8:30 AJ4.and 9:30 : fc
ing qualifies us to assure Our Customers Must B. ur fire Souse with 9 '*' .
you accuracy and depend. : : f for \ .f_ OFFICE: !- PJ -Appointments are accepted ;:;' .:
ability in repairs. Satisfied : 'I SOUTHARD : ,from public by Senior Students of f(; t. : t
:'t PHONE 1310 :
Whether it is the inexpensive : WO DIVISION STREET .: : f STREETS
TheSouthernmost r.
1 : the most seven costly seventeen jewel or : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : ttJP'H'ALT TILE.: '.1 Opposite..Bus Station : School. .

: jeweL guaranteed.If infinite care. is always : .....***...\*.\\\Ve W..........................-e).......ee).).................e.,..... : .. -i;:, EZPERTLT INSTALLED : '3 :. .-_ :.
'Phone: IV 0.1 : : of Beauty Culture :
your watch is not : TELEPHONE'1454 FOR ESTIMATE : ,
: giving you complete sat. DRUM BAR and -- I .: ,- : : 523 Southard Street
isfaction why not bring : -
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West r *
: it in? Our charges are ex S PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Key .:. .'",,,'. ;-JHE-.; -: : There are a number available with over BOO hours ,

i) NreV RILL 825 DIVISION STREET PHONE. Ills :, :, -' i :PorterAllenCompany : : phases of state in approved beauty culture.instruction These who student know beauticians the latest ..:
: ---"We Deliver'Beat Floor Co. i under expert supervision of a licensed. teacher of i
: Covering : beauty culture, do food work at very low price. Although .
: WATCH and JEWELRYREPAIRING Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town
: Q. ; _. i : appointments are not'required, It is advisable. :
: .Packaged Goods 1M DUVAL STREET .KEY WEST.rXOIUTA : For Appointment Stop at S
Work Don. On Premises : ................................. ..... .... ....:.......................*..*.......................i.4 .. ......' ..S...1...'b .: 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE us? :
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Food Shopping .... :, : .... CASH or TEIUlS..a : A.t D.'Taylor (Former Hotua >ioter, Manager :

: Be.Sure to Get ." .. ".' L. : BONDED and ,LICEIiED. .' :. '
; ., : The FastestRadiollepafr* _l' :. ... FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN-TELEPHONE' 1512 I PLUMBING

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: K r West Scent- SM : : HITRECORDS .. : : 512 MARGARET STREET

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PAGE_ SIX r' c ... : _, II- .. THE KEY: WEST CITIZEN .. : : f THURSDAY. JULY 22, 1948 .

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Senior League Cubs'.i! .. SubRonys.VFW- News\ 'Notes Of ,. LEGAISrv .. LEGALS 1 Children First |' SUN SETS OFF ALARM(

; ,I STATE- CENTER. Iowa._Thesun's
I ; *HR rtCTT rontr or THE iv TUEC1RCIIT COiR OFTItF.EI.neEtTII i
Kantor's And Elks Senior heat, reaching 100 recently
I : LeagueNews KI.KTKNTH .ItDirfAl.: CIH. Jl DICIAUCIHrl IT : BURLINGTON. vi. There'sone
To Furnish fliT 151 AID FOB. VO" ROB OP THE STATIC OP- FI.OHIIIA. around here where brought firemen on the tun
Umpires si rOI. Tr. STATE Of FLO. HI...'. IV AMD FOR VOVRORIV i-or'Ts. place to a grain elevator: The heat had
IS CHCKRr be .but-not
elders seen
Club On rHAXCKRV.RAT : may
; and: notes & '
.... i Tonight on. ? opening ca e x.i u.4rr r._ Is. 1ie4' caught fishin That's in Potash touched off the automatic sirenat
doubleehader of the Island MAXINE HARE LR
new ROT. AUSTIN the elevator-but there
ALL GAMES TO START.!II J City diamond circuit: -S ',Plaintiff S I Brook stream, which stocked blaze. was
1 I no
In the opening game of a softball '. First YII. S vs. 1>I\ORCRjnAVETTK with 600 speckled trout has been
AT 1 P.M. IT WAS DECIDED to name' M. Vareal the ticket twin bill scheduled for tonight HARRY' JAMBS' 't.Q: .ROYI FRANCES ..WIIITJSSItIRRISJ.1S .
The firstgame of the Senior Uefeoda-nt. .. reserved for children only
seller and Cowles the S .
gate the SubRon four .will nn'rbaCE ACTIOX Defendant.
League at Tci-
play Mqfi
AT MEETING keeper. I tackle the V.F.W.' pal Stadium last Sunday.>"was To:ORDER HARRY or JAJMRS.n. LirATio I.E ROY* :.ORDER OP PIBLICATIOVTO :. An .estimated 169 millions' of iAAiii

Umpires will be furnished t lay The last game' these'two clubs won by the Pirates, 6 to 2.' ..Reg Whose 'place of residence: launknown Jeanette Prances' While patterns were sold in 1947. !
LAST NIGhT the clubs until the is and --lie. conceals StirreD; "
league played was a hard game. ister the first "
won ro promsr Cannot P, TO. Box 2!). '
A senior baseball meeting nancially able to' furnish Bremmer, ''of course, willpitch pitcher and Fisher of the 'U. S. tie permanently served nnnn London. Tennessee. : LECALSXOTICR .' : THK MOST KCOVOMICAI.

was pires. This coming Sunday fi.'j for the Sub boys and ,Claude Marinea IO"& I T:1r"re'r.QUTre-d': You are hereby.required to appear AILS S3ATI! PAruKt
held last night at the office of I J will : to file M the to the: Rill for Divorce fIi.'dagainst : 4'OOLIMi' KNOV.MSH17T
Pirates and Clowns Valde for the Vets. first Court
The hit was, garnered by I and causeabove stated om you In the above styled TO rREDfTOR
Sheriff Berlin Sawyer. I umpires for first game and N In .the nightcap, .Xantor'smen'a Claude Valde in his first'appearance or before Aamit 1,. IS4*. your a.pearanee cause on'or before the ISrd day ..fAu II un Probate Act. Sees. 11'.141) OCT SCMiinR'S RR
Those present were Roy llamlin. val.Air Marines for the second I to the bill complaint *\.sts A. it. J94I. other*IM> the IV THE rot HT OP ThIS' ('OT\Tr LKXTLKSS HK \TINO I)K-
] Everett I : club will play! the Elks .at the plate. French.,WilS i for divorce .lse the name wUI betaken allegations contained therein will I, Jl IM1R. MOXHOH COrXTV.KI.OUIIIA. MOXS THAT RADIATR
Rivas. Sr. and Everett game. Club.. Both of these clubs are the first batter to strike out. I a. cenru..ct; and I>efrp* Pro be taken as confessed I I IV PKOW TP' RIGHT TiIltOUiiIlSiY
Rivas Jr.. P. Baker Caldwell U i : ) 'Confptno will "-he enteredagainst DONIANI> -ORPKKKrt at Key In re: Estate of WINDOW AND OOU. NOT
Robatin I
)], Roberts. Doughtry. E. All games will start at p. m. fighting- hard for fidst place. ? was 'the first layer you. Tm' "tk, da.)';0' July, A. IXCirrnlt West Florida, this tint' day vfJuly. FRKDBRU-K Fn.t.R. -SitAKIODON THK "'Sl"";.
and if by 1:15 p. nv a. club- does The Elks are leading and must putout .when: Acevedo caught a 1.48" A. IX 1141.Circuit S Deceased.

Smith, Knowles, I. Valdez and I not J have enough players to start win to stay:there, but a,loss will fly at' ferond. &" i ( I ..Coiirt". Seal-Ro..4) T ( .'oursSeal To All Creditors and emand-Person. ( &(U mmw'JALOUSIES
several interested spectators.All Sawj-ri; ) .Ross Sawyer, havIng Claims Dr
I the game, it will forfeit, and'an put the ''Kantor's a. game and a .c. 'Vailtez'oeored the first run. Clerk of lbS CIrcuit Onnrt. Clerk Cinull Court. Against Said Estate:

clubs were represented at : exhibition game played until 3:15:: half from first place 'and half a J.: Albury, was the first player By: Ann- "- If I ngworth By: ted! )- Florence R. Sawyer, You and each of yon are' hereby

the meeting and Hamlin was the time limit for'' first from the..V X. 1 Flyers; I walked and Alonzo the first batter \ Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk. notified and re.iuir.. to presentany -
p. rru, { game THOMAS B, OAIWC ":U.J.IAY V. ALRtTRY.- claims and demands which ynu. The Orlxliml. Patented S-U-.
confirmed as presiden t of the game. Everett Sweeting will)] hurl for to get hit.; by a pitched baiL llfitor S for th k Plaintiff. -- Attorney for Pianilff.KOTICR or either of v..wv may bar arai"..t Adjuslanle... (-_ i.atio0

]league. E. Ri 3S. Sr. was elected start the Men's Shop Sand' Joe Lewis I Mangrum of the Marines made jui8-t-2.2S.l54S. :!, Jul: %!.aug: .1 .I u" I the estate of Frederick Filer deceased 01.. .....: ti-tlrllt
shall at
The second game late of said County, to itl.ltne
Vice President due to the many for the .Elks:. VGity .= .. the first error.I Joe Navarro hit the Ci.unty Judge of Monroe County. rKU.t'fT- :!' A\VMCJ"TOHM
duties of the scorer and Secre- 3:30: p. m. and end at the'discreI 1 the first two-b'agger' Jim Al- IV'THB riNcrrr f"O'RTQr:. "HJ: THE rotTVTF OF Jt PHOII DOR'S(TRIV 4.Ol'HT..UUAMOI Florida at his office in the S Sill TT. U

tar yand Pedro Aguilar was appointed tion of the umpireS Official bory drove home the first KI.KVKNTH. JIIII4L' CIK. : ..-.i| VTV. STATE, OP court house of said County at Key Puoss-lEll r.uII)
I '
; 01" TURIT, TR' OP' rixHII1A. > .'.....lIn'- West,. Florida, within eight mien- Had
scorer and secretary. E. scorer and head umpires will set Second Came IV A\p P HJRAXNK. OIKO Estate 01 5 dar months from the time of I.KillT0TIIOI..

Smith was elected treasurer. will Recreation ,in the .nightcap .Sunday: McEhvin fOcTi., 51 lIlAt'EflY, Fn.JJICK. Fl.r.I-t ftrst publication of this noU..1! SHArE E "'ln."IXnow
the watchesand time Jje"started ji 1a.. '.. Each claim demand shall be in
ii.te. or
.. .
Deceased, from Heat .ot Share nf Sun'Rays. "
It was decided that no payments was the first battertobeputout .
writing. and shall the
The piaceef .
State .
I by them and :.finish by of Florida mAll Persons ADMIT l.KJHT .. ,
shaU be made out of the -a. fly ball to Thomas. KRATOCIIX'II Plaintiff: -. Interested 'In the Estate of I residence i and-post office addressof COOLING KRKKZK. HIVK
funds by the treasurer until a them. Players for an ,exhibition Program Butler was. the first batter to "..' fli VnRrc.r.TIWAnn'.J. Faid" iu'ce.4entl the claimant, and 'shall be sworn ]J YOU rRnAt'.nd CLEARVIEW -
KRATOCHVJUDefendant. ..You .are, notified I I. by the claimant I his rent, or .
from hereby that \"JSJOX.'Clenn'iew
be'picked play a
meeting of the league is hel. It game'will ..:.:- strikeout and Martens got the written instrument purporting to his attorney, and any sueh.elaim or
was decided that 25 cents admission ers in uniform on the "grounds.Rivas first hit. Gene Smith poled the AUUKH OP ITBLirATION be the Last Will Had Te4atvent of demand- not so filed vhsll.be void.
talked about the Junior TO: IX. K shall be charged at the SOFTBALL first; two-bagger/ : S -. *fhlp 5atvaR*. probate In'"said. Court. .. to execMlrli nf the las.. \\1iI and

games Sundays. league and all Should get behind Biy'rle' .P ttk. Night, : Alee won the game and Kolb rom. 17. N.' n. NOB.,'. Tou are.hereby commanded within Testament of FrederickFiler, ,
Passes wiU be issued to each the boys movement in Key West TONIGHT : / was'theloser; KOdiak Alanka.: 'sis calendar months from the 'r .isctasest.I
You .julFf.ftfugitLll4till
arehereby required 10 ap. date hf the--flitst publication of this I
and tind such and help'them -in their league; Gcime-SubRoii': 4"vs. 'Both Contests totb.--Ulll.
every player pass First pear .for. lUrorce 111.4aaln"t' notice, to. ape-ar-in Raid, Court and '
es.!haU be taken up at the gate Hamlin ..will'ytrite .Cuba about --VJT.W." VSecond Kronlage, stole the first bass! ton In, the abwe styled show -cause. If any you ran. why THKTIRrriTorwP OP THK
caune oa nrbefore 2nd the *-tlon nf said .
the & "In
day of Court admitling
every Sunday and reissued. for gam.es\ and dates'to be played the Game;..:.Ksntor's' Men's inthe; first ;game and McElwiri.inl : % i< August .A." n, Ing.- etherwiscib. said \VUl to probate should 'f[ OP RI.KVBVTII T".: STATE JI'Uiri4.lfllM'l'IT.0. FLORIDA,I
the following games. next- meeting of-the league wilt Shop--vs. .Elks Club.. I : the cecorid. Smith, '$wte' two alleKatlonii, rftatalned. -therein will llotfstand.unr..oknd, .: I IV AVI FOR MOVHOK .
41110w : le tak.n.-;' ....8f. .ed. -" .- 1 RAYMOND it. LORD. J IV .- '
all be-Wednesday.August / : bases the leader date. HAVfKR1.ICLARRNVK
It decided by present to '
: was FRIDAY : ;- -- ; 'Ch._ and ordN.d'at '1W"lL'' (SITAI.) 'oubtyJudge: : i (.ORI>ON .DI'T"j

:'- ...--- First Game-Bob's., Sport Shop Thomas of the Clowns with Florida. irHf-130-h- ... day. _of June. .4:. Monroe County, Florida. 4555 '"" ........
;vs.. Adams.Dairy;. : "' four times at bat, got two hits for (R.Circuit1 t14L Court_ Seati JuIU.n-au..1.. J ,'

BROWNS WALLOP A's; Second Game-Naval 'HospitaJ; a 0500 average. Kolb' two and :-. -, Rons C; Sawyer, iv-THE fllWIiTcorutTop' THK JWJLMA I YL H. noXUAM. ttYORCR, .'

,'vs.VX-lr onp, .500: Fj$her; two and one. Clerk'OfCieduit:Court.i Etr.vi\Tii 'Ji'Din A i. CIHCIIT { Defendant. I

.OO. Register, two and one, 500. ByKathleen' 'NntJa .. OVTIfflSTATE, OF FI.OHIIIA. I VOTICR TO APPKAK" '
JULY 26- Deptity Clerfo .. 'IV A0 FOR. HOROR.roi.TV.i .iTO; WIl.MA II. ItONHAMMl'RRAYS .
DOWN REDS First Garner-Naval Hospital. C., Valdez, three and one .333. WILLIAMV.:! AI.DlRV'; \- 4"H.riRY.OFOROINA' : STEAlS HOl'SR .'
Kantor's 'Men's .Shop. i iSecond' Button three and one. .333. Kron.' Attorney for"Plaintiff.. .'a_ ,.. .,...II&! NATX'HKZ," illSSlSSIPn. !
jull.l.1571a41. PETURS i
I It Ic hereby ordered that you' are'
4 lage three and one..3 3. French.: AUvaiilagesLifetime.
Game-SubRon vs. Plaintiff.t ,
I i required to appear on' the icth dayi
Roil Sox Defeat White Sox Bob's Sport" Shop. three' and 'one. .333. Mclntoch, THe THG':r yJ- DIVORCE: : of August 1948. before. the above .......rI. ...!.-
iv ciitrriT: 1 1ILEIF.TH *! :
rO"R" RCpSliLt.
.. I OF : PAIfiR PETERs entitled ....
I three and one, .333. Brown three! court to. the Bill of Cmmt ] roof .h'.I. Installed
I JULY 27- ,. JIUIriAl f'.R1|I I>efen Two Came* Urooklyn First Game-VXrl ,. vs. ElksClub. ; and one, .333. Dean three and <"l IT OF-THF... sAT.P Fl.O-, ORDER OF PI'BI.K'AT1OTO.Ruj \ above entitled cauxe and the KeyS ., Instant, easy .pemtUn from
; .333 Register, one victory HIU1. AD FOtei.MOHOKANnREV.MACKlNTO.SU =Rell Pale Peters West Citizen. ia hereby designated Inside-with nlnd ..
OnE' I
I Stand *'vs |>en oreloited.
'Ol'R'. 1 Residence Uknewn.You. '
-Tliey ? .. [ a-s the newspaper in wbirhihist' ..a.d_...
: narrowisteri.eklsg
and Alee the lead '
; a victory are Cm .. ,
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Wins; Twice From Chirago ;.. Second Gamer-Adams1: Dairyvs. ar..r..by required to- appearto order shall be published once a l.u,em. T".
I VF. ing hurJers. ; the Kill for Divorce filed i iagain.t (I week for four consecutive'week*. ....dent scientific treatmesef
i '_ W...} .. S : Plaintiff. you In the above styled ,,shall lie published once 'wek.. for .r ....,.4...... perches and
Island City Senior HIL". .I\Cia.SToSH .DIVORCE I',rauve ..j or i beforetbe .Itlb day .o-I four consecutive weeksI -. screen _",. I
In Siam; newborn infants are }. : Augosi.. A.: I," 1948 otherwise the i]I Witness the {lonontlUe-l: Aquiline
Baseball League JUNIOR : .', '. .ffndant.. allegation. F.H.A. Terms
-> contaIned therein will ] I
called Lopez Jr,
.n, The Associated rr.. : "Ding" or "Red One, much ORDER .... ;,}I as One of the Judges wfIhU
OF PVI.I4MTIO\ be taken i coflfeseed.DON .
Stadium BavtUW Park. Alttrntcn Court If Desired
(Municipal ) and the
of this
NEW YORK July 22-St Louis : as',we say "Baby TO: Helen MACKiNTOsH. ): ANn ORDKRICD at Key Seal :
Court in the
City of Key 'West,
Club- .W. LL PcL and Mortlng ,,-.... .
:- 60SVet 4 Sth Street, .. Florida this 14lh day of "Florida. this 14th -KEY WESTVENETIAN -
Browns came to life with a Pirates __. .--________m 1 0 1.000 Daily play i NeW Y k.X. I. ; .', .July": '.\. D. 1948. j I 154! *. day of July.

bang last night and whanged outa I Clown '_--. _--__ 1 0 1.000 LEGALS You ta are- the hereby RITZ Tor-1'ivorre required to filed appear I {Circuit< eal'Court) ) ROMS C. Sawyer (Seal) Ross;' C Sawyer' BLIND

17 to 5 victory over the Philadelphia -I U. S. Marines ____ 0 1 .000 TENNIS 'againstou' in'tbe 'atMMre. styled Clerk of Cirnult Court.By Monroe Clerk County-('ire-lIit Florida.By Court,. COMPANY

Athletics. In all the Naval Air Station 0 1 ,000 iv THIS nnrfrr'ro OP TUBKI.KVBTH cause on. or before the 9th day: of : Kathleen Nott&fce.; J' : Florence K. sawyer. 129 DUVAL, STREET
-.C. Barview' \Park Afternoon _*j-, J Dlf"I.U. f"IH. August; ''A.-D. IS48.; otherwise U-. Deputy. Clerk. i
Browns got 21 hits off three Athletic -" : and Night 4 "IT IN AM? ) FOH MO 'ROB all"Ktttonl"'pv.t41 thereto rwtiI 'Ji ria*..-Rquinalda. ..Jr.* I JOHN O. SAWYER Deputy Clerk Call 1042 for Estimate
Island City Baseball League roi'\T. STATE Or" I'l.OHIU. be c&kea asconfested.5 -S .Attorney for Plaintiff. I Solicitor' For Plaintiff Inlays
pitcherLThe ,
Daily play. IV ,(-||"> -.:HI. r/iee and 'or4""d.ai" Key;>. West, t '- jull-2-25augS,1545; :
second game in Chicago J I (Army Barracks Field) =----= ; fn.. >.. 11-411 Plortda, this-Slit: dajAf Jurr.l.n.". .. iullS-Z2-25augs,1545.; : ....
played last night the Boston Red I Club- W. L. Pet I f? OEUALniNi: C.\ !':J'f.I.A. 1945:5 -- -- -

SubRon-Four ; _._ 6. 1 .857 SKATING Plaintiff (('Irrult, CQIltt: Seair. (
Sox defeated the Chicago -
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vs." OIVORCIc'TIO RdiI'I C !sawyer5
Sox, 10-9. In the first game. Boston Atomic Bombers .._. 6 2 .754 Bayi.r, Park. :Night noniNir r.vs.si-Li; .C1.rkot-: ; ('"1rCult- urt. -

won 3.1. with Dohson *Conchs --- 35 .375 FRIDAY. .\ t ,. -t ; i 'endl1nt ,** -2'.aJ'. : ..4)'lARne)' C.- UooBworth.* "

ball The Scorpions ..-' _------ --- 0 4 ..000FlorlditateraaceBal I 700to9QOP.M.: : :U oKnr.n or .DI.lr'TIO'. \ 1Jf'putf 't'nk', '
six-hit _
pitching game TO: h v -.. .\17J.UIAM\ ALBltftT, -. _. I
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f Cassella ..11ornot'iJIt"'Pfaliufu.
was played yesterday afternoon.In : 1 Dominic
: 291 W..verlr AvenuePatchn o JUH.J3-.7.29.114; $. x
the National BASEBALL ,
night in .
games rue. lx>np Inland
League, Boston Braves beat the 'I' Baseb League Municipal tStadium*',Aliiraooa New York: .. ." "InfrornMiIwaa&f/ /
I' .... iv rHI{ fJH11tIorlVrOF'IflISELEVEItH
Cincinnati Reds 6-2, while the ] W. L. Pet; :SUNDAY- : .J. S :
nomlnle C'.a"Mlla JfUIClAL ('IH
Havana __ ._ 68 37 .648 -
St. Louis Cardinals whipped the First Game-Naval:Air Station rio SS .JA) I'F.R CROPSIRIT. 'flf.OP TIrE 5TATI1 OP PLO- '

New York Giants. 8-4. j Tampa _i- .- -. 62 41 .602 and U.-l; Marines. J: K. NavigatIon fn. RIU.. IVAM; FOR \HOVROE
I. ,
I t I Lakeland ._ ._. 54 49 .524 < 17 lottery PlaceNew ('OI'. T". IV ('flAI'ERVS :
The only other American game Sec nd. -Clowns. and. Pi, York N. Y. < i ,, (' ;'" ....'4 .. and I
played yesterday found the 'St PetersBurg .. 53 50 .515 :rates. M You are hereby required to appear JOHN. THOilAS. C01.FUIA.V., ougfr

Washington Senators bangingout .. Miami. Beach ._.. -5254 .491 Army Barrack, Afttrnooa : to the Hill of Complaint, fur Plaintiff know"tfi
divorce in tbe above styled cause ... ; .niVORCB
-a 6-1 victory over the Detroit ,.West Palm( Beach _'_ 47 59 .443 SUNDAY- ; ; on the 7th day ef Au unt. un, MARSh I: -TVOl NR THCKESE: C ITB

Tigers. In other National games Miami .,.--.-.:... .-__ 43 58 .426 First Cam.4orchs vs.. Sub otherwise the allegatIons therein. -. S S t'tLJSJiIA4.' T Milwa
; will be taken as confessed. 'Defendants; .: a
victoriesfor Fort Lauderdale_; :,37 68 i352 S
yestedday resulted Ron 4. This order to be published onceaweek OIIUKR OP PVBLtCATOXTOi radio

the Philadelphia Philliesover Second Game'ScOtPions vs, (.. four _n.uU"eweeks .-)larleTTonne. Ther,... Cot

Pittsburgh 3-2, in ten inn Major B48eb3ft Leagues Ine Tho KeyV Citizen 5n.Tspaper Cpkmad. .,
AtomicBooabere,. .' published in KeW..11.. 'Flo t Broadway,
ings and for Brooklyn Dodgers NATIONALClub rida. "_ lk.mr,,lll '. Majiiiachuiietts.You <' .

over the Chicago Cubs 9-3. 'Subscribe" to'.:The";JG Uzen 25c l>one and Ordered thin 7th day are .hereby required to appear .
', W.L. Pet ot July. A. IX, U4. ,.10 the., BIll .for Divorce filed
The scores: weekly. .,1 (.SIAL, ) Ross r SAWYHR kgiutitt 'yixi' ta'the abovestyled
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LEAGUE Boston _.- --- -._51 34 .600 _..; ,
of the Tart
AMERICAN Clerk Circplt Cause oil or fore"the9th day of.Auimst

Night Gam*> Brooklyn_ .;.._ -,,43 38 .531 : Monroe County. Florida A.. "L>-il'4g,. otherwise- the
![ LEGALS Kyi Csd) Anne CV Long north. r/ C. alleg-atlon contained thereinwill
R. 11. E. St. Louis ... ____ _.-_.42 39 .519 ,. '
THOMAS S. CAilO.Solicitor be taken''aonfeswd." .
St. Louis 17 21 0. Pittsburgh ,- ..J ..:-__42 40 Jil2: for the Plaintiff. \ '\... Don. a5d- rdered"at Key West;

5 11 New York. -- .-. --_ _40 40 .500 NOTICE""-TO'CRf; IeR- Ju18.1U.. '.ll U Florida this.7th day. of July. A. 1).
Iliiladelphia 01 I 1933 rrobat Aet.1-i',... iIS; un; J94K. .
] .. .4l45 .477
Fanning and Muss; Coleman f Philadelphia' ,- l"THD COI'RT sr'fsnrovsrl tClreult. Courr". Salrftosn _
.\ THE nitrriT roi"HT OF Tins
Harris Savage antI Guerra. Cincinnati .;_. _"_39 47 .453 jrouK. MesHoi-r.: .<:-o i; \ T tFLOKIDyi '. 11TI1 Jtlllfl.41. ('.lIrl.T IN -' C Sawyer .

i Chicago .. 2----: ...- .. 3i! 50 .412 ,I'flO."TE.--. AND FOR VON'IIOKOlT.'. Pel ckfetrit, : Court.
In rer Kstate ofWIIXIAU : yl.onhlt.. IN eHetfER%. Ut: ( ltin C. Losgworlh -
Night Game I AMERICAN' : 31; qt-Rri-t-,. 4s.. I.. 11-4i.: ;." Deputy. ,C.rk.
First I Club- W. L. Pet. also, knowne.WIWAJ JJETEOtmNR- K: MarFARLANFv WILLIAM V. Af.lIurnAttorney *
)I1AfVJN, C1PJT; for ?Vi&lnUtf. -
R. II. F.' Cleveland ... .. 51 32 .614 Plaintiff
.4- -Deceased. .. Jtits.i.zSaig4e.lITHE :
Boston 10 10 0. Philadelphia % .52 37 .589 To All I Cr.ditqrsatd Ptrtantt MARToN AHA MacPARLANFJ.Hefendant.". -. :. .. .i
'New' ? York .'. .48 3C .571 'lIa"III"-rlalm.-" ; Pfmand. .
_. g 14 2 rlRCHT 'OI THC
Chicago : Against *aj* Estate : BT.OP. -
.48 3G .5'11 '
Boston E1l'n'U.
and -- roe 'and each of ate Till-
Fcrriss Palica. Johnson -r' : you hereby MacFARLANE .. .
:Detroit: ,_.,_.. .42 42 ..500 notified' a'tid required to present anyeIaIn : Street (, IT ,0.";: '1tDSTTE.UP' ; VM .
Moulder" Hughes 24 Wesson
Batts Papish HIUAv IV **U POR MOIilOI45 :
: and
which' '
i'Washington ._ _,_ 37 47 .440 TOU. orItherof Springfield: 51a.saehsett ; IR4ItEILY. "- ,
Tresh. you. affalnst theestate.of ;
and I St. Louis : -.;'- -_,_ 30 51 .378 AVaLLIAJJ V. VCURRY. You; 'ARK )HfeRKBY NOTSFJIIDthat -.- .5 ci.I...._. ll4tg :
a. bill of complaint fer dlYtrce ,"ACt1tP.yiS: ..
al 1.o known ..
Nioht Game :Chicago .: : -.-- 2755 .329 rt'Rnd..M has been filed agaInst you In tlie '- Plaintiff. i iT
-. >d. lat,. 'of !'ald
4 led by MHLBOURNC -
above "I eanne -
Second County to the County of ) .; -rivoRcnfl
I Jodge -
H. MacFARLANE. and .. E 'GE"f: -:
Monroe. County. .FlorUa.-at hU of.flee -
RI1.E. hereby ordered and required 'JARVIS.Defendant. -
: Wheel !BreiiksIGeg In "the court hoie. ibid you are .-
*>t -
Boston 31l 0 ? ; County Key West, Florkla with to file I your 5ppearance.answer ORDRR OPr pi.f:: :.t .
other pleadings la said ,
Chicago m 1 6 0 Ineight calendar.'monthfrom. the range on or .before tke Slat' day of TO;.< R.' F.ugene.la"la.. ..- i
0 Glasgow. Vlre-In. -
time of
Dotcon and Tebbetts; Gett l. : .I : Of: Man I i notl.... KachlinoriMnand the.first! publication,! shall this July.* of 194'said: otherwise bill will the be taken allegation aronfeseed Ton 'are' hereby ''required ap

Caldwell and Robinson. be. In: wrltlnr$ :,' aud shall Ute' the -' pear to tile Bill of Complaint forDivorce
This ord '
by. TOU. in ths above styled.
place-.of .tf>IIIII.aand p I.t. -off Lee cause
b.. in the Key West .
MONTREALAnautoMobile address ofUie rlalnant, and shall published on or before the 11th day of AUKnmt.
*n. H .E." M worn (9. by":: the claimant, hi. Citizen.;..kK.orW.f Florida once .: A. D. 114*. otherwise the allegations S
... 6 11 0 wheel which broke loose from a<<.ftt. nr his attorney and any a.weeks.' r consecutive therein will be taken a4confessed.
the axle ran into a pedestrianwho seek, claim" er demand not *efuedibati .
Detroit ,- 1 W 1 be void. THIS Seth day of June. A. D. ThIs order t* tn be 'published
and Evans; Hutch- [ was waiting on the sidewalk tSd OCRRT. 1 14$. once a week for four consecutive
Masterson I for 'a street car; damaged As .t.dml .. : r1rr.rr'-F .. of (teal) Ross C SawYer weeks in TbeKey West Citizen.

jason lloutteman and Wagner. I the side of a parked car and \VILLIAM.U.. eLItIST size known By Clerk: Florence of :the S.Circuit Sawyer'reputy Court. newspaper published in .Key >West..
a. WILUAU MARVIN Monroe County Florida.- 'Tstafz
Gam I caused considerable damage to d*..easeon# and ordered this" SIb day of is Mfaeifeek/
First the vehicle to which.It had been Jal2z2auc.l2.1- 4l Attorney(;1: COSTAR.fpr MASK Plaintiff Jfc FLOYD July A. D. U... finest heel'
R. II. E.r .t.I.LA. n. rtiiARj-i.JH- (SEAL Ross C: Sawyer
attached. The pedestrian suffered COT' Ursfaytie 'Building ,
New York 7 12 21| Attorney for Administratrixiv : : :; Citrhof the Circuitann; .
Miami Floridaj.I1,8.1SZ2.U45 .
a fractured leg. while the 32. Monroe County. Florida. ., .
3 6 -
Cleveland By: (cdl 'A"Re f'f..onJrworl".
driver of the automobile TI 5
was unhurt K f"IKrr'T'rorRT'OF Inn 1
Lopat and Berra; Muncrief. F.I.FVF.TH Deputy Clerk. .
'bI..nRC..1T .j" ..REr..UICnT J.- T. pORTr.Jt"lV -
roTRT OF'THE ; -
Zoldak. Christopher Tipton. OF. INS IITATG-.O..LORfD4... I"
KlKVB> JIDiriAL &olldter for. pUintiff .
MO\IU.(ol' .r. : .
Hegan. THK STATE OF FI.OHID*. JI7'.I %% :I.U"
IK .
Subscribe CHANCERT. .5
to The Citizen.ikowek .
.'.- 1.. ".aM. lA0,FOR MONHOR. COT. f- S'h ytcfs In Milwauk/says Mr. Shireman, "have taught;. .
Second Gun HF.BF.H ELROT ARCtf. Sit.
and Case '..,11"'. t

n. H. E. Cooper. 911. 5 .'flaibtlff.. DITOttCE. r ROBERT- O1IJ-EX. -S me a lot about good beer. America' finest beers are brewed ,.

Cleveland] .. ___ 12 16 2 T. RUTH OUVENn. BOrt: .ARCH. Plaintiff. BROADWAYCIGAR
New York ... 811 1Gromek. Philadelphia 3 9 2 ORDER 01 rfBLirATIOT Defendant. ) 'JANE F. CILLEN, here so we Milwaukeeans have our 5 5
Kleiman Paige. Bear- TO: RiTII OUITESR, BORDEN
Pittsburgh ____ 270 ? -
ARCH -. STORE .: -
den Christopher and Htgan; .'Rowe and Seminick; . 5Norview Kath.rin' Jane F. Gill to,- choice of the beat..rye tried them ? '
Hitler. Page, Drews Gumpert Norfolk. Virginia; .& I4SS Prp"c."OttA"enue, .
Riddle and Fitzgerald.
Singleton To _. Portland. 'Oreroa. 610 pQTal Street-
Berra. are reqvlrid
and rear U, ap :
I pear to the Bill of Complaint far Touc are hereby; required to appear all.] and I know Blatz Beer 8MiIwaukee' '-
to the Bill 9l Complaint for -
4lT IA the D
Tint Carat rce abot styled raote
Divorce in the above styled cause
NATIONAL LEAGUE R. H. E. on or before the SJrd day of A. .. or before'.the .th of Au 'COMPLETgBASEBALL "
day llt. finest! Trust the taste
gust, i 4l. otherwise
tie alt.gallons .
Night Game I ,
Brooklyn .., 9 16 therein A. IX 148. otherwise the alteration -
I.j will be
taken aa
therein wIt taken SS
R. H.
E. e a* con

Boston --------6 9 1 Chicago Branca-And j, Campanella. 38 Ham-li*| rnnfssed This Order_ 'Is to be pvfclUhedf: once: fessed.". Tfcia Order Is to be published- of an expert! Try Blatz Beer today! !!!
a week for fow
Cincinnati: .. 270 conneooUt week OBce. .a week; for 'four eon eeutiveweek -
Dobernic Chambers In the KeyTest CIU.., SCORE
and Salke1JBlackwell nt"r. news.Paper In The Key West Citl_... a
Spahn published
; In the City of K.t
Scheffing. hewxpaper publtmeH la Key west
Went, Florida .
Lamanno. Uld'I' _.
and Flerlda. .-
PONE AND ORDEREfj thi. list
-< *ca. a4 Ordered this 7tb dar of
I Second. .Came day SEAL or.July. '. A. I>. liil. r -..- JwIy.s..D.5)54.... ; POPtTLAB BRANDS ., '
( ) Rose
Night Cawrc
(SEAL) Ross C Sawyer
R. IL & .
R. H. E. Clerk of the Circuit Court 5- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
.1 -Monroe Cigars and Cold BLA.TZ-IS M IIAV/IUKEEIS
Brooklyn 781 -Covntrv Ftoridsw .
S > 1.10.-- Cell.t Florida. BOTTLED
St. Louis --.-- 8 12 1 t Chicago *,- 173 By': (*d) Anne C. Ixtnrworth.' By: (.d) Anne C. Lonrworth.Deputy a-" . : .,. .. BEER.
49 0 S Deputy CUrk. .
York I.
New I Hatten and. Edwards MeCaUt ISd) ALLAX B-471 EABIX_- IR-- Clerk. '
; ''* J. T PORTER. IV. ... Soft, Drinks
Brecbeen and Rice; Poat, Kow- Solicitor for Plaintiff. p -.*. '
and McC Uouh.-. Solicitor- for" Plaintiff. \ > 5- .- -
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Bears Get Fill Horoscope
Of THURSDAY JULY 22, 1948Today's ., :: f i '> :- : : ::i- '!"': ::, : ;, :'_
Civilization native is tractable and .* :
may even be docile perhaps a l'; | i ,( i .-..., ;1':" ; .- '. .. .l ... ... J. '. ; .
BfiLTON, Mont. &) little too much so. There is an : ,," 'r: ; :' t 'f '; '
a had black a wonderful bear, and her time-( three)-with Sophie cubs the indication, or'.of that being some force held 'of in cir-restraint ". -. w. \7 : J' :' !; ,t-= : : {:i''. :+ ': ; : ;: ; j -. \ ;;:. :. :, ; '. }

tourists in Glacisr Park until cumstance": may interfere with .
I modern civilization's big .killer"the freedom of action. Both of
caught up with them. these dangers should be avoided'
An automobile killed one of I if possible,
the Sophie cuLs.. gathered up, the little,e QUALITY FOODS'I.
horty and'disappeared into the Tour
deep woods, followed by the other .! ii"BRAND 1 I. '
r Iwo strangely subdued off
t springs.. I .AMERICAN COFFEE \ -
I and CUBAN .,
t Ostrichs may weigh from 150 I-T .A Pound Today-
I to 300 pounds.
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I New TODAY'S ,Mo. Died. in a street. motor ace;i i-.Int r _-' _. : -. -_ .. -_ '::'._- _-...,-_
Fabulous I ANNIVERSARIESKnow "dent.Oct. 25, 1933. ?
1893-((50 years ago) SUphe
Miracle%' ( America) t Vincent Benet famed poet tfn< '
Washday t man of letters born in Bcthlc! -
} 1807-John Howard Dryant
younger brother of the famed I,hcm Pa. Died March 13. 1943.:>> ; BROADWAY MARKET
author, Princeton, III.. pioneer!I SUPER
Washes Everything Faster, farmer poet and civic worker,i For sealing important letters
Cleaner; Whiter, itrighler 1 born Cummmglon Ma.s. .Died,dry a dab of thick nail polish 11
Jan 14, 1002. i I!:place of sealing wax. It adhere:
Than Sear In Hard Water I I II as well"as wax and doesn't havi e
1824-John D. G. Shea. famed
to be warmed in a flame. I
Roman Catholic historian and
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We Carry
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Jews whose sonnet is on the "
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dream of a more leisured, born in New York. jed Nov. Full No. 2 Can Regular Package -
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less hard-working life. came a
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introduction of a new scientific famous of the centuty' born Springfield, 1 OC 5 DUVAL 2 pkgs.29c. 55c

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SUPER-WETTING washing principle.ACTION! Pork & Beans 2.. Cans 23c NICE SIZE LEMONS DOL 29'5UNKIST CUT ASPARAGUS can 17c

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Super-Wetting is Great Value Sliced 2'/a Can I DEL MONTE POUND
what its name implies. It makes I CALIFORNIAU. SACRAMENTO IN HEAVY SYRUP NO. 2V'i SIZE
water wetter. You can easily see PEACHES 23c COFFEE 49c
for yourself how Super-Wetting S. NO. 1 NEW WHITE .
Action works. Roll a length of 'BARTLETT PEARS can 37cTEA
cotton sewing thread into a little NU.MAID OLEO Lb. 39c'Magnolia .
ball and drop it into a glass of POTATOES 5 lbL 2Se
water It will not sink for a longtime GARDEN FANCY FULL QUART
; stays dry indefinitely. The MILK Can 23c
water docs not pentrate. But adda _
little of this new product to the< GRAPE JUICE. 33c
watt, drop in the thread, and
insanity the thread sinks and TISSUE 3 fo25; r I CLOROX. 15c .
This simple
soaks right through. ONIONS.3lbs.2le FRANCO-AMERICAN in Tomato Sauce 18-OZ. SIZE
home test illustrates how Super-
Wetting Action makes water wet All Brands WASHING POWDER Pkg. 35cWe
ter: shows how even the grimiest' Reserve the itlght. to Limit Quantiti-- SPAGHETTI can 14c
overalls, work and play clothes WELL-BLEACHED MICHIGANCELERY .
and towels are instantly penetrated ,
; get cleaner faster. Tough. "BLUE STAR" (Makes A Nice. Quick Lunch) .
dirt like the "line" on shirt collars 2 25
disappears like magic! Stalks For pith 16-Oz.

Rich suds..no soap scum SMiTH'SGROCERY CH"ICI7EN NOODLES. . JAR 17 C '

in hardest water! -
Even; in the hardest water this. SOFLIN (MRG's Own tBndr 150-FOOT ROLL
new product gives run, instant
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to "gray" or "yellow" whitewash TOWELS'. 4 15C
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Laboratory tests prove that cup TELEPHONE 28 PRUN&JUICE ... 21'STOKELys RED RASPBERRIES. .; ." .Pkg. 43eGOiLDEN

fur cup in hard water this product .. CORN .
washes up to twice as much t CUT . . ? T 21c
family Wash as soap. What'1 MEAT DEPARTMENTSIWI' Finest in HeaTy".Syrup' NO. 2'i SIZE
look mud
more the colors
brighter fresher when the>'rc Smith's Grocery for First-Qitalitv Meats
washed removes with all this the new color-dullin miracleIt ANY CUT-:CUBAN or AMERICAN STYLE.. .. .. .. . can 29c TEA GARDEN. ..PRODUCTSSTRAWBERRY

soap scum left by previous soar I WESTERN Nation's r
Favorite _
launderings, and !leaves no dingy i APPLE
film or scum of its own. T.Bo-ae: STEAKS Lb. 69cWESTERN I8 l 12-ot. ir -
As though all those "mirades"weren"t LOG CABIN SYRUP 25c PRESERVES Jar 37c JELLY . Jar IDC
enough a fabulous nee MEATPOT .
ingredient has been added to thi PEACH GRAPE
product. Thanks to this ingredient ROAST Lb 69c SOUTHERN PLANTER'S-in Heap Syrup NO. 2Vi SIZE: L 12-Ox.
white wash is washe PRESERVES Jar 23c JELLY . Jar 2lc
whiter and colons get brightEr'' SWEET 'POTA
Fabulous for dishes. too! .
Lb. 79c .
Dishes get done twice as fast!
This new washing miracle leave POMPEIAN POMPEIAN
no soap scum or film to wipe GRADE "A" MEDIUM Nabisco
away! It slashes through grease OLIVE
as no soap can do so pots and EGGS IN CARTONS Doz. 59c RITZ MEATS
pans get clean with almost n'
scouring. There's never a dishpan
ring to scrub out either sr Pound.
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you save half jour dishwashingtime 2Oz. Bottle 5-Oz. Bottle Package -

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CONDENSED MILK can 21c Lb. 51c
BINGO ARMOUR'S "Blue Plate" : ,.,. .
Benefit Troop No. 253. ,
Boy Scouts of America EVAPORATED MILK 2 Cans 25c I Young. Tender SLICED BEEF

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