The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00204
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00204
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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\tcountry Key most range West equable of,l only with,florido.. climate 14>an* Fahrenheit average has in the the, J-J tl1i\ry. _c ..e5' f'. (ttiti4 ._ rl 1': !I!. A es iIu aad geWest Wire to. th.

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.Housing !I I Navy Vessel Rescues

Been Met In City, .I I' I I Tliree[ Persons About

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The housing i situation Jtcrc has I STATIONA

:not been reasonably ef. city and Exams Announced() !i
i i i. World( Bas.es: United Slates destreyer-ercort stationed in Key West rercued
advise 2 1
!county officials here today i three persons; from a becalmed yacht 20 miles >south-southeast of Dry

got Samu O. Godman, regional \1 For This Arca Tcrtuqss early This morning 'and brought them to the Coast Guard

t {field representative .Atlanta regional LOCATED-: IV NORTH, pier here shortly after noon. *
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office of the Housing Ek,- I Applications from the general Rescued were Mr. and! Mr* William Willis of New York City
IJediter? who. is. in ey'Went :.AMI"SOUTH\ ( TL\NT-. pub ic arc',solicited in ail examination and a Wt-.t Indian'sailor. Willis aid 'the vessel 1 was cnroute foam

local'ndifonst announcement mad Guantanamo Bay,. Cuba \? Key West when food and water ran
studying is I I'Godman's ]:
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-isto 'determine : -. s the Fifth U. S-' civil service region short when they were unable to proceed under sail for a lack of a
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| purpose :, -
vbcthcr, continuation of'] ', ( : OCEAN; SEAS I 'WiiTphoto) I Atlanta a. Georgia, lor pro-! -x h..7n
At 9:15 o'clock last
night CnpUC.
real control is necessary "or not .tt-y'..._B4r.'frr t .) HERE; ARE THREE OF THE: 12'AMERICAN: COMMUNIST: LEAbCRS under federal indictment I bational (leading to permanent ; COMMUNIST CHIEF i I C. AdelU USN, commander ot
hereVile will submit, his reportt. W $I1JNCTON. .July 23. of advocating: the violent' overthrow of IheUnited Siatcs.>> gonm ent. They''arc'outside the'Fed- classified) appointment in Federal i\ :. .' ,.,
tothe Atlanta regional, 'office Chief :objcct'of) Hying.: :'the. three I ral Court'building in New York after;ianaignmcnt., .Lilt to right** \VUUam'Z. Foster headof: the 'j ,agencies i in the state of Alabama ,. I the Key West Naval Base intercepted
These surveys are 'being; made superfortressesaround the.world"will Communist party in the United States: Benjamin Davis: Nesro-Iaw7:' tnd' N '."York City'cowl. ,. Florida, Georgia and' a message to the commander

by the office of the Housing Ex* t Gilman. formerly cf. Atlanta. Ga.: and Eugene D ehnis.-'theparty'e.! cr ralocrctarr.'They were SouthCarolina, to the, position of the 7th Coast Guard
pediter as provided under the, try's-beto fndlung. determine.bases. if coun-adequate 'I arrested in New York Tusday night*.' ;* ..* ''-. I bt clerk at ;grades: CAF-4. paying District Miami stating that a

Housing and Rent Act of.19. 17, .r all are -----.-- ."....-.-,- __ _' __ '-:- ,__ -_, ,_.d', !.. ____ I ,entrance salaries ranging nine-ton sloop was becalmedand
I to mast .requirementson.
amended April 1, 1943- from $2OKG through' $2,724 a very low on food and water
Local officials have i informed .filobe-circling.trios.; NOW < about 20 miles west outhweit of
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BERLIN : year.
God man, according ,to'-.report' So far as. the Superforts are : : : Fut that information may be Dry Tortugas.The .
that rent control should be! con- rohccrncd. it' was deciared'that. obtained, from the local civil
message; had been dis-
tinned., It is understood that it. the bases'will to be 'sufficient. service at the Key
prove .secretary
to him that no'trois ? GENERAL patched by the captain of the
was reported con l CLAY jI j West officb.VGerman xY
would be necessary if the.' They arc I located in thenorth ;. a merchant vessel the Bonito,

Navy suddenly withdrew its pp-:_ 'and'outti Atlantic and: which had sighted the sloop and
era ons in Key West Pacific, as well as in the Indian i i Asks N .
AGAIN WHITE i ie reported that the crew had given
"The Navy has more than Ocean and other'seas.. VISITS HOUSE
1,00ft() housing units in Key The nearest the -panes will i I iI Mr. and Mrs. Willis sufficient

West," said one official today. come :.to Russian.territory while i irnakinl For 1 Local Books'The () { I food and water to last about two
"If the Navy decided, to'abandonthe :' their flights: will be in Record Tonnage Of Freight' days.

housing local units base would"then be all.availa-these. 'the-.Pocific an| and. the between Kuriles.. 'the. Aleuti- I' By .I'huifs. Received Today 'J Awaiting Repoii From ..: j ji Public name Library of the i is: Key Spl eadin West,;. leased Capt.a Aden message immediately stating wire that

would tome' :
ble. Rents soon j Early in the year a l letter was
III Wcblcmone Of *- there was no vessel in the ba:;e
down were that situation ever.to / received: from Max Schwarz. a at
Charles Vallct]! available
to to' the of
I :a} I t go rescue
here. ,
develop refugee living% in the American
licrliuWASHINGTON the three and their
Mayor A. Maitland Adams j i Laboratory: :Befpre, zone of Germany, 'requesting persons
Jury j
sloop, but at 10 radioed the
City Manager Ralph D.'Spaldin And( Newsmen AtLions' t l ,.:i...!"o9',,_..! any old or used books the library USS Robinson p.m.a destroyer c.'-
have 'I .
and Naval Ease July 23.Thc: might have to be discarded Herr
f tort, which was then at Era

already Godman.until next been Godman Wednesday.interviewed will behere Ho.' 'is to.. \ 1 Meeting according Berlin;;crisis to is official simmering statement down*. I I 'Cantact: In. :EstradaCase'MiiEHaBierritf '',ing Schwarz a textbook states of that American he, is writ-idi- south the scene.of Key West to proceed to

made here today 1. omatic terms and that any Eng Lt Comdr. G. W! French USNin
and Charles former ,
Hotel -Van t. master .
at La Concha '
stopping : FBODYOF1 lish books- would be of help. --r
interested General' Lucius Clay, who had CQENTS command of the Robinson, or-
may be seen by any .of, .ceremonies. and- entertainer Schwarz gives no clues as to <4') Wirephoto,
been here conferring'with President .dered full speed _ahead. He
t' citizen. '-> M, i'with,'Rt1JC., O.,-theaters? InYo.rIC. Nest i Trunian..Aih) ::"wJf t 1s'and : AN.R () bow.-'he!beeame aequaintedV1'jtt!j.f /" pointcditrTi fit ...il-oXV
: j ,;head $. the program sec ,Secretary of State Marshall was !! ,1 qN-f, the Ky""Wesl" Library, 'others :WILLIAM- z: FOSTflC; naticnil t'
Key W esters ':''tkkn.6f.thc meeting of the Key" 'I recalled to the White,'House today '' AnY LEADER. SENT. TOJACKSONVILLE than that' he once sailed. as a chairman_ cf the Com I had stated it had sighted tho
... .. ;' West Lions Club held in'th den; for a second conference with Die' In Tampa \! ': r clerk on that: German ship Bren-I muaiit party in the United sloop, the Holdtogether. Hi;
1 on-Seminary, street last evening I the President 'lot& J J.A ; nert. If he ever' came into( Key States smiles on tearing Federal {searched from 10 p.m. using his
On Battleship trith} *President Albert L. DiNe- Neither .General Clay nor the A telegram 'I West he makes no mention of it. Court in New York After
gro; 'Jr4\ presiding. White House said anything about was"received yesterday 'jury...which'conducted: an in-1 Several books' have been picked arraignment on charges that he 1 m. today'reported he had loca

USS Missouri: Mr Vallct= ', who was" presented;I I the nature of his talks with the by Mrs.' Louise' Evans, .quest into the death of Carlos out to,be shipped to him, butas : advocated, yiolent overthrow of ted the tiny vesselComdr
by Acting. Program Chairman President though the general 1291"F10rida street, .announcing *Duque Estrad?. 42, long- recog-i, yet have not been ,sent. i: the United States I .French also reportedthe
J Louis M.J. Eisner,:.,told the club I told the newsmen he will meet the death -Tampa ot Mrs. Ella nizcd revolutionaryleader' .of This story seems to uphold the government i sloop was in no immediate
1'.Mr.t .,.... ..1_ of his.. that "it's small \ He is one of 12 similarly In- )
experiences' entertainer old theory a
an them at conference before .Cuba, who was found dad ih-his'boa't danger( sinking and that h? was
BEAT LAKES. 111.,,July 23. a press Solomon Birna. who had'n a \ world." "" f dicledxbr a federal grand jury. ... .
during the war.He *
pointed lirfk f f '
; his tonight "at Porter Dock, .Wednesday| v. v th..* vessel rr% r
he begins trip on ibuoy -- ---
-Dalmacio B ayca. (chief steward > : out the difficulties) he encoun- l' resident of Key West for many: |, ., .... .. 'U" "
his return to Berlin. was today awaiting a report from] L -- ------ --- -- ---:- of Key West channel at
.USN. son of Jose Biscayca tered <.in. providing'entertain- Decrease in the tension over years.. She died in the<<: horde 'o( the: stag laboratory"'at JacksonIyiP 1 : f 11:43: a-ra. The sloop was berth
of 425 Catherine street Key ment for'men' who oftentimeshad I i I the Berlin blockade was noticed her daughter; Mrs,: Eva Sands.. 1] before: .continuing its:probeThe .1 Schools Church Set Up ed at the buoy pier of the Coast
West is due to arrive .in Guantanamo left the battle front just a i today: in official circles here.. It Mrs: Bicrna.was :83'.years of" jury directed Dr, Edward] ; I Guard dock at about 2:45 pm.
Bay. Cuba aboard' the few hours before, at a'place explain 9E thmQnt at the Departwar age and was identified ,with'one Gonzalez-, who conducted ati:'au-J The Bonito hasreputed at the
Missouri after
battleship USS where the guns of the enemy for j jccs of State has decided on anew topsy at its reauest W.dnosdaynight < Coast Guard station that Willis
three-week cruise that took him *could plainly be heasd. In a of 'the oldest families in 'Key As ARC Public SheltersTV
policy in handling the Berlin to.scnd, the contents of Esj j had stated that he did not intendto
to Lisbon, Portugal; Nice,I lightet vein he entertained withan 'situation. West.. She, was a nember51! ; trada',; stomach to 'Jacksonville? abandon the Holdtogether but

France; and Algiers", Algeria. I:I impersonation of a lady tak- Meanwhile, news; was received Paul's Episcopal Church "for for examination to determine if II asked the master of the mer-
The -Mighty Mo, as the fam- 1 J ing a bath; causing much merri- from Berlin! that freight-carrying: more than half a centuryJ: the revolutionary leader 'was DISASTER PREPARED.*r chant ship to dispatch. a messagefor
ous battlewagon is endearingly ] ment among the Lions. olsncs took more supplies to Berlin Besides Mrs. Sands Mrs. Di:rna murdered help.
termed by her crew was part cruise of j! During. the songfest led by I today than durine anv other leaves five t"andchildren.three Until a statement is received: I JSfcSS, RELIEF CO I.IIITEE.S I. W. Watkins The Holdtogether! has no motor
the midshipmen practice Song Leader Gerald Saunders, i 24-hour period since the blockade great grandchildren and from Jacksonville the jury recessed and no radio and she could not
squadron of 13 ships. t I Charles E. Smith, Jr.. who is celebrating was instituted by the Russian several nieces and nephews. its inquest. : } IN MEETING send out"any messages for a>:;

his birthday anniversary commander in Berlin. i Funeral services are to be held Yesterday Dr. Gonzalez told the t Found Dead In sbtance. The' Bonito had stated
Trailer Titles this weeX, was especially In the early days o! the blockade this afternoon in Tampa in St. jury he had reached no definite I :;' that the vessel was becalmed and

I honored. ,. it was pointed outthe Andrew's Episcopal Church. conclusion as to the'cause of Estrada' j 1 His Home Here leaking badly and was short of
1 At a recent meeting the club j The Disaster Preparednessand
in death and and water.
amount of freight received i would expressno food
Must Be Secured i paid tribute to the newsmen of i Berlin by air transport averaged opinion whether death, Was : Relief Committee of the Key The Holdtogether sailed out of
!the community and heard talks i 500 tons drfily. It was .steppid- Fletcher 1 ]Key, 63, due'to poisonous fumes"several West' Chapter of the, American Thomas W. Watkins, 52, who Tortola, West Indies, three:
All trailer owners in Monroe by William J. Lee. representing I gradually: till it ececd3d 1.I 1.- witnesses discovered "when :they Rod Cross met Wednesday night'to resided at 813 Francis street, was i I weeks ago \lo go to Guan'aimBay. '
county must secure full title to the Key West Citizen. and David I I((000 I tons, and today the tonnage' Dies SuddenlyFletcher entered the( 'engine room of th" review Its plan of action in found dead yesterday' in his res- I Iide SOme days ago Willis :saidon
their trailers before County Tax Newton., representing the Miami ,!1 reached .2.200. '' Jose Marti i after the discovery of the event"of a hurricane threat. nee. ( his arrival here, the ship was
Collector Howard E. Wilson can Daily News. !!!: (The British foreign; office: rc- the man's body. I The plan as outlined by the Mr. Watkins is survived by i becalmed and forced to drift f-r
issue their 1949 license tags the Mr. Lee told of his experiences !1 i ported that it tas not''yet received Key Gt... died suddenly Dr.; Gonzalez did say before the chairman; Lee Goddard and cochairman two sisters. Mrs,,Hilda Kutis of ,! some time as the food and water -
collector said today. in newspaper work in various a reply from Mosrr>w about' yesterday afternoon of .a jury yesterday that .it was pos-1; Robert Spottswoodwill Miami and Mrs. Susie Nelson of, began running desperately
sections of the country, out-, heart attack. include the following: brother
Under new regulations. titles the three Russian Yak fighter fOible that Estrada's death was i the Bahamas; one Nelson -
to the trailers must be secured standing in which were a Polish 1 planes that had opened, fire on Funeral Services will be held due to asphyixiation but could Harris chooU Division Street Watkins. of ''he.,Bahamas, low.The Robinson is at present
before December 15. when .the riot and a republican national I'' a sleeve on one' of their planes this afternoon at S o'clock in the! not state it was'from this cause: School and the A. M. E. Zion three daughters. Mrs.-- Hamilton stationed here with the Surface
new licenses will begin to be is-,convention.Mr. I while in practice maneuvers and chapel of the Lopez Funeral j' positively I( Church will be set up as shelters Lowe, Mrs. William'Knowles, Anti -' Submarine Development
';\ Newton related his experiences l"in the vicinity of British bombers Home. Rev. Robert W'Weaver ; Estrada's body was taken yesterday : for the public. These also will be Mrs. Murray Gibson of Key Detachment
Titles of other states can be in covering the releaseof '! on their way to Berlin. of the" Ley Memorial Church will to Havana by l airplan It equipped as First Aid Stations West and 15: grandchildren.
transferred to Florida by apply the. news announcing; to the |j officiate. \ had been held at Pritchard Funeral with a registered nurse in at- j Funeral services, will be held

ing to Collector: Wilson.," The licenses I world the. dropping of the first ( Burial will be in the family I Home until Peace Justice J,. tendance.The Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clockin ''CENTRAL PHARMACY
I atomic bomb in the recent i plot in-City Cemetery. committee is organized to : the Glad Tidings Tabernacle: I
will cost $10.25 each of world conflict while he was representing ;! Palace Tlu':1lcri ': Survivors are one sister. Mrs. I Y. Porter.release.IV, Reports signed, the from nco.s-1.Havana -j,extend relief immediately upon ; Rev. Ernestine Doan pastor, officiating I', r r* *rl., tU.. ....... r.r ..*
weight sary
Cardlcs trailers. of J'e-I I one of the news agencies i Randolph Scott and Kay- Francis Ralph Sawyer, of Key West. j'' are to the effect Estrada the 'occurrence: of a disaster as : .- Burial will be in the). oaf prides DeliveredCompare on rreBcnp'SCALL un.
in,[Washington: ,D. C? At the i!I" the Ialtnnty.Rode"NEWS was a leader in the Cuban revolutionary -. well as .to provide rehabilitation : family plot in t"rt. Cemetery. V TELEPHONE 754COTM
conclusion of the program the'Lions \Vh Mi (Continued On Page Three) : The body will be placed in the
movements against thej I
gave one of their' characteristic i and SERIAL New BATTERIES for all,Cars late President Gerardo Machado. ... ..:. .... Church at 2 pIn.. Sunday, : WkKf sad Dlthlo*
WE ARE roars honoring the news _ _ ___ l ................-- Ji- . _. f Pritchard funeral home is in
HYDRAULIC! BRAKE Guaranteed for 18 Months. '
I charge nt arrangements.Mr. f
SPECIALIST men.A resolution of sympathy; in HOY'S ;I i! BRADY'SCHoicTpOUiTRY Watkins wa sag member of

Let u. Ch.ck You.'.nlus connection with the death of the. 3-DAY SPECIAL KE1iV'AUTO' PARTS : DANCE Tiger Tail Tribe. No. 19, Imperial -j For Sale

/ \Lou Smith Auto Service club's Third Vice President William 1946 ROYAL CHRYSLER- 121'DuTal. Stnit'"Phone. 442Mother Order of ""Red Men: from |
PhoMlArm M. Curry was-voted by the I .which pallbearers will be selec-j'
Whit at rt-miB9 (
membership. with copies to be .Door519900 ; I I, teL j 37 Plynioulh Coupe
-nnr-i.. tu.tt- 1214 WhIte Street Phon
II Ii $40i
l J sent to the widow and mother I i 1 I American Legion(Home .........._. ,. ,. .... i! M6 Qinsyler 4DoorhCylinderHigblhndet
f wi "" v *****! and state to'offices.President'DiNero the. International and COUPE 1942 PLYMOUTH-BeauSAQrOO CLUB Goose Up {to Date i j[I > : STOCK'' ISLAND 1 I

1 I announcedthe tiful Paint . JJOJS41 Tom. Tom. Old WEA YER"S Son.I I I, EverySaturday Double Hung: Windows I '47 Studebaker
SPECIALS for SATURDAY boardof Have Your Car
regular.jneeting of the PLYMOUTH CONVERr1S41 Stoles pig end away he run. 4-Door-CHAMPION
| and SUNDAY MORNING | directors to be held on Tues The. pie was eat high cost, was I Night STRUM LUMBER YARD '47 Studebaker
and xI095O Dressed
in the Den
day at a p.m. : b .t- I Up
Cocoa/nit Cream Pie requested, full attendance.POOR And Tom drove a Packard down I SOc PER PERSON TELEPHONE .SIS 2.IoOr-CHAMPION
Key Lime Pie HUDSON' CONVERTIBLE the street.P.S I I Painting $44.95 up-All Cars '49 Studebaker

Banana Cream Pie Bargain-. . 839500 WHY NOT A I PRIZESMusic BODY -a ti d FENDER l.Ton TRUCK

Salt Kiting Bread OLD CRAIG 1541 FORD CONVERTIBLE STEAK TONIGHT at I I by Work by Tom antI Sam FOR SALE-'48 Chrysler 4-Dr. Twins Garage"Your

SERVICE STATION Good Experts Xa This Line 42 Plymouth Club>> Ceap*-*3S -
rinds it DiYision Phone 9134 Buy .$99500tIAVARRO WEAVER'SThe THE THREE SHARPSFront 3-Ton R- StAke Truck. Bargain Friendly
p Perez Bros! BaKeiy I t 'f... prall: OIL D..tee I Monroe Motors Inc Studebaker
J I I Gnu. Spur er Inc. Darn Thing Take. 9:00 Till 1:00 'NAVARRO, Incorporated; DeaJer"1IM
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Pvt>ll.b.d Dally Ezoopt Sunday;117' ProgramsNETWORK Key West In \ DANCE ON- THE DESERT 1'AS
L. P. ARTMAN. Owacv mm* FmMlBfccrJtORMAX We can't account for quirks in human
D. T .B stee .- From The Citizen Bull din* beings. Quirks are as mysterious as themin'd Gone By I
Corner Green and Ann Street Florence TheelJULY23.i338
Only Dally Newspaper In Key Welt and that evolves them. "" PROGRAMS 1 By -

Monroe County whether in Key Casttrn.'Local Tim*. Fsr*central TAKEN FROM FILES OF I ITHT j. u ............. t
Every day are
-: ;: er.d at Key West. Florida. a. second clas, matui subtract. ._ hour, for mountain CITIZEN or
West or elsewhere, we see or hear of subtract tions Chang tw. hours.hour of Some relay"'al.&U-to litlocal I Chapter 22 Maybe 111 nap for a half hour Bert looked surprised slid a :
MEMBER OF TUE ASSOCIATED PRESSThe schodulo. *. Last mmuto srogram before start rehearsing she little irritated. "Why, what do .
Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to things that practised by a man or woman had the notion that we
are emtr: nuftuauaummem% too.
changes cannot b* i included. !: ll pETE I'd"
ose for reproduction of all news dispatches credited said. "It was terribly hot driving you mean? Eileen knows'
to It or not otherwise credited la this .paper- and and unavailing-! try to find a Reason I : Key West Social Club at a .Davis.The weren't. finished with out."Why never even look at anybody else.*! \

.. .also the local news published here. for them. And as we can not understand FRIDAY JULY 23 meetmg last night decided to : Blackey Hacienda's advertising in sure,5 Bert said.Mother'sroom. /under- Mrs. McLane looked at'him.*
standingly. "You can use unsmiling. "You not realizeit
RATESthree may
Ofte YeAr _$1MO some person's attitude, neither:can he 'un IvenUf a popularity contest to the'Monday newspaper naturally She and Eileen have gone dear but you've been looking f
Is Mntbs i.Cd ':OO News.. Report.' Ii Mln.-nbeAe choose a queen of the Carnival to : featured Gloria as their new shopping in Palm Springs with at Gloria, pretty constantly. May- "
Month .tS derstand ours.. Network scast;; Silent Every Hour Uaj--abe-east cbs be held on Labor .Day.. ; singer* and the paper was scarce- Mr. Hallida ." be you aren't even aware that t

:Joe Weekly Month 1.0.u Life is short, and the only part of it .Kiddie Hour (rpeat-abe-west ----.. ly off the press before Bert' realized He conducted Gloria to a bed Then we were all having sand-
:; Network Stleat ((1 hr.gnb.a.ttiddloa : their fears were fully room at the end of and coffee late last
: & Hour (repeat)-tabs-west T. B. < 'Price., attorney for the long hall. wX-Lss night 1
we can live is now, yet many of u try to ; founded.
ADVERTISING BATE f:1S-Sport*:. Musto Tims-Bt* Trurobp'."Properties, Inc. His own photograph in air-corps it was Gloria you sat with .&nenot \
Made Known on ApplicationSPECIAL live in :yesterday, which is* irretrievably\ Jl'P9r,Paeba' t\- t that Gloria: had only Just arrived uniform confronted him on the Eileen."O ." '
KOTICB SZO.-hfOslli; TJm.cbo.aatS:45.wcast todqy ;a ferry service > to run over her songs with the bureau as he opened the door. for Pete's sake! We were"
All readlnaT notice.,. cards of thanks resolutionsrf .lost, or in tomorrow, which is unborn. by Tbr.-nbd wiiI-gejntoefettby' Movers orchestra. On the table were writing mate- 'just discussing something. Eileen.,1\
__ rerpoct. obituary notices, points, etc. will .beitarced Some deprive themselves of the necessitiesof Lowell Thomas (repeat 11)- ss7sOO her l'between:- l for at the rat. of 10 cents a line. -Sapper Club-abe-baste Havana. : come out early and have dinner ,He thought of covering it, but go fix things with her right now.-
Notices for entertainment by churches from which. life in ordef to horde money and die The Uewls Show-cbs : : .
c revenue Is to b. derived are 6 cents a line. Nsw and Commentary-aba I with the family. He owed .her changed his mind. M
The Citizen I* an open forum and Invites 41s- leaving the money behind them, often to'he Fulton Lewis J r.mbs7:10News Though{ !some 'men vbEien- that much consideration anyway, : "A little shut-eye will fix me r>UT a succession of phone calls.* .
u. back I I prevented. And it was a full,
put wOrk.by the WPAj !
Interest, others. abe ,
general but it will not publish Daily Commentary-
anosyraous. squandered by z I softly closed the door.It .
cninuflICatIOi.MEMBER: News: Dinner Date-mba the number still out of jobs. .it I So Gloria was standing right hour before Gloria came out of.'j J.
How can a man be a miser? we may 1:30: -Music For Tonljbt-nbo was announced today, totals 260. i, there at his 'desk crisp; and coolin was certainly unfortunatethat Eileen's bedroom fresh and rest-
Jerry Wayne Show-cbs 1 a tight-fitting yellow linen Eileen and his mother returned ed looking and Eileen trying to
t ask, and he may retort How can a man ben lx>ne Ranger 'Drama-abe frock. with dangling turquoise so soon. be a good sport but not succeed-'
Henry J.
spendthrift? But the. miser;; forgets the 7:45-Kaltenborn Comment-Bbe) Francis Dion, while fishing earrings and matching slippers, "Gloria's" resting in your room, lag, went into it. hot and tired,,tor* ..
News Broadcast-cbs with friends from the No Name when the telephone rang. gals Bert said jotting down a get dressed for the evening's.'
@ 1948 middle ground, wherein one, without being Sports Comment-mbs Key Bridge. caught a. 200-pound. \ "Who Bert's face blanched. reservation. She got pretty tired work. There wasn't time now for"
IOO-Pa.: L-avslle Band-nbe driving out.-
spendthrift: satisfies the essential Jewish on Thursday. "Yes Miss is right any relaxation. j
a Mr. and Jane Ace cbs I deSylvia "Oh?" Eileen looked That
Fat Man IetectlvaabaAlways t here. He 'handed Gloria the night it was the same 11
tired too,,as she dumped small Gloria's
wants life.
Woman-mbs sultry her vivid
a songs
Miss Doris Johnson who had : phone. "It's Blackey ,Davis. He n.t.. r\n Ilia HocV t: ,._ \_ !
:3O-Who Said That-nbe fc*avMQAA ij m ";:WUlLUCieiY
A woman died in New Yprk-on Wednesday It la Always Albert I cbs been visiting her mother. Mrs. j sounds kind of.mad. ,-i S-mother carried her pur- :: performance. In comparison ecupsec.ali1een.s

whose:; quirk was the.:reverse of amiser's. This Leave I la It F.B.I.to Girls. Drama-mbs aba Thurston Johnson and sister.Miss { "What' do. you want?* Gloria chases in to Tony in the kitchen. Eileen felt deep humiliation,..
Elaine Johnson. returned ycaterj j demanded into the mouthpiece, "You don't mind do you, she was completely colorless. ,
1 !
Rose Commentmba500'tYnlerslty
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Several months ago she refused Tbeater-.-DbG day to Miami, wher she is employed without any preamble." "Why do honey?" And it only made things worse,,?
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN to accept a'dividend.check for almost $25- To Be Announced-cbs in the immigration serw'l you call me here? "No, of course not," Eileen answered when Bert tried so hard to spare.'-*
-- tbe Bank-abc Bert saw her lips draw together quickly, ,turning away. her feelings.
000. because she didn't want the "trouble t:15 Gabriel-News Heatter.Broadcast-mb.Comment. Ice. In *a tight thin line as she But she did mind-very"much. "Come on, give them an encore.

1. More Hotels and Apartments. of bothering with it." How a miser would $:30 The Summer ReYtleebtThe listened silently to Blackey's was one thing her manner said, honey! 4v
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Sheriff. Drama-abe; Mrs. George Gomez and daugh. somewhat, lengthy answer. to ,step aside for Gloria profes- But the thin applause which
have licked his. chops over that check! The Colonel's Quiz-mbs ter, Marjorie left yesterday; f4r' '"I told you Saturday night rm sionally if that helped Bert in his ,quickly died certainly! : didn't,,
and Sea.
3. Airports-Land ':Five-Minute! Sports-abe) business. But to have Gloria ,warrant another *
Fort Lauderdale to visit the for. finished. and that's what I meant" seng. Eileentold,
4. Consolidation of County and However; later on, the woman changed Bill Henry News-mbs mer's parents. Her eyes and voice had taken on usurp her room was another thing i>him in a strained voice "I'm too:J
her mind about the check and it. 10OG-To'Be Announced* ; entirely. :tired, Bert. Please let \
City Governments. accepted Phil Baker Quiz-cbs a hardness that gratified Bert and Jerry take,
*Dance Baad Jamboree-jibe) : surprised him. The receiver "I think m run over my I my time.
5. Community Auditorium. Most persons with a surplus of\money: Sleet tbe Press-mbs Judge Thomas S. Caro left this I yet disc vibrated noisily-as Blackey, songs with Eddy," she said a She left the stage and little;

enjoy the pleasures it provides, but it was 10:30: -Bin Stern! Sports-nbe morning to join Mrs. Caro, who spoke again. though Bert could I little stiffly and went out into Jerry Sneed the freckle-faced u,
Dick Jurgens Revue cbs
Tex Benek. Band-mba- : : is visiting in Miami. not make out what be said.. the diningroom, where Eddy was lad who was also dishwasher
not so with the New York woman, who 10: fr Pro and Con-nbo "Well, rm busy now" Gloria I copying an arrangement.: came out in his bright cow-

was worth $15 million. For more than 20 11:00-News. Variety. X hrs.-ct>. I Mrs. Bert Quinn l left for Fort : said sharply. "And don't call me Mrs. McLane came back to puncher's. outfit and twirled-hist\: $
MONOGRAPH Bert."I. lariat He strung it out for thefolks.evidently
and Dance Hour abe ,
years she had lived as a recluse, and seKdom News. Dance Band 2 bra,-:mba I- Lauderdale today; after having I again. She hung up the receiver. think Eileen Is a.little upset were enjoying it.
To KeyV Buyers, 11:15-News & Variety to 1-nbe I: visited relatives and friends in | There were spots of anger in her. ," she said with characteristic: And that was all okay. .
left her room in a hotel. 12:00-Dancing: Continued-abc-west: Key West. cheeks. frankness. But Bert couldn't help wonder.'';

Key West, Florida As the old saying goes, your life is -- I I .. Bert waited for her explana- "You mean about Gloria being lag, as he watched them what Eileen
Dear Readers: Members ofthe Sodality of uon. in your room?" and :Mr. Halliday were talk-
yours to live as you see fit, yet many; of us I Saturday Summery' 1 I I St. Mary's Star of the Sea Roman For a moment she seemed aboutto I "I mean about the way things ing about so earnestly over in the! > *

Trading in Key West is good sense; live as though life is to last forever, and subtract Eastern one Local. Time.for For mhllt.i"central Catholic Church left this morning t speak then evidently decided: have been ever since Gloria !corner.-
the dollar spent at home stays home and subtract twe hours.SATURDAY.o..rl. will explanation was unnecessary. _:.&. I cam ." his mother said gently. .L IT, be cvatlavedl
few of us, probably fewer than one per I I for Miami, where they ___ __ ___ __ __h__-- -- -.--- -_.-.----- -
circulates from pocket to 'pocket. :- attend a joint meeting of sodalities i
cent realize that life be lived only I
JULY 24 I I in Miami West Palm Beach I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow Your this degree: it is a very strong''
THE ORACLE now, which should be a reminder to em. Morning and Key West. ; HoroscopeFRIDAY I position and leads to success.I

ploy your "now") well and not use any part ':CO-Ths Story Shop-nbo ( America) Take care to curb the impetuousness -
Shoppers Special-abe Today the Citizen says in an '! Thomas H. MacDonald Com- JULY 23, 1948-The so that the emotions may not
BEING AT THE TIME of it in remorse about yesterday or in o-\I1nd: Your Manners-nbe' .' editorial paragraph: i I nissioner of the Public Roads quality of the. last portion of the: 3Mchi-5257w SHRD shrdl shr uh''
10:00 .
: -Frank Merriwell Drama nbo
brooding: about what tommorrow may Red Barber Clubhouse-cbs-}, "The easiest money a man can ;, ,\\dminii3tration Washington. born month begins to make itself apparent : run away with the reason.

bring forth.It Ozark Valley, -olk.-m. -. make comes from minding his i i i i n Leadville, Colo., 67 years ago. today and the native is '
10CO-ArchI* Andrews Drama cba I I
Upon the occasion of the anniversary Mar, Lee Taylor Talk-ess- ..- own business." j Ben Hibbs editor of the Saturday ).,'impulsive. willful and daring. The word "paradise" was borI -:/;
11:OO-Meet the Sleeksobsisews ". !1 Evening Post, born For. With the intelligence bestowedby I lowed from the Greek who in turn

of the Declaration of Independen, a won't be long now before the foot Abbott: Lets& Costa Pretend Io-abe4sk1-cbKf ., TODAY IN HISTORY. i i 1:ana, Kans., 47 years ago. the past week and the intuitive -I I borowed it from an old i Persian,,,

few newspapers and some magazinesmake ball elevens begin their work of educa- 110vie i Quiz SboW-tnb.,1 >.* Colby M. Chester honorary judgment which goes with I word. .
11:30-SmillsgEd :McCoanell-itt! ''. (Know America) I ----- -- --I.1 -
it the origional tion. :chairman of General Foods, bornin
a point to reprint Junior iliss.!! Drama-cbs.- i. A. Burt o! !
The TeeD Club! -mbs, 1'\.:': 1829-William .. Annapolis, Md., 71 years ago. I
declaration. t!' I Michigan granted patent for his! : j.i:=
Williams of
: Cluyas Boston
RABBIS RELEASED \ .'te-'e. : "The Typ0gmp"JllflceStor: of : author.I I ; 1 1' ..
This is a document interesting for OPPOSE > TIME 12:00-Theate"of Today-cbs ]popular cartoonist and ;::: '':':'''-'' ,
Junior netlon-aM the modern typevyri.ter; / j I born in San Francisco 60 -
several reasons. In the first place, it refersto 120-Coffee I WHir Congress-nb 1851-Western' Minnesota! purchased -I ;years

.. the "United' States of America." Nowhere The leaders jot many/religious denominations Stars American Over Farmer-abe Hollywood-cbs **" from: ,the Indians.,f'o-. J ago.Ralph H..Ackerman-Ambassa- (H1- -

:. does it speak of the Unite4 ate ; I are Taking action to support a 10 Grand-Farm Central and Home Lb'ama-cbs.:-obo 1 1886-Historic .' SteveBrody : .dor to the 'Dominican-Republic,: -Yl WHEN YOU GET DRY S '

Another interesting thing is that the movement to make legal .the release of Alan Luncheon Lomaz.adcast-abc R&lIadmbs: jump from Brooklyp Bi-idge-b :, born in West Hoboken N. J, 56

r famous declaration was intended to "de r children from the public schopls for religious 1:3o-Ed Temtinson. Talk nbo lieved now to ha c--been.. a hoax l'years ago.Harry -
Give and Take -"tUia-cba t and a dummy Cohn president of Columbia + JtINK-DHINK-
clare the causes" which made it instruction. Speaking of.S..n -abe thanks i-
necessary t>aucs Band Time-mbs 1892-nwsia.s Czar Pictures born in New :
for the people of the colonies to dissolve We are interested to note that the 1:4S-News of Overseas-nbe America for its famine aid rei' i York City 57 years ago.

:'rtheir bonds with the I New York Board Rabbis 2.-00: -Vincent Lopez :Music-nb lief. .. | Mrs. Leonard Cronkhite of the bRINK-A':
: mother country. o.f representing To Be Announced: -cbs i ?
Fascinating Rh'tbm-abca soldiers required in I Radcliffe Graduate School Cambridge :
The declaration that "all men are the Jewish faith, stand uncompromisinglyopp 2 ':Veterans More Dance: Series Time-mbs I Washington D. c., to help police I| Mass.. dean of women I'! l P' 6 : :

; created equal," which the historic doc to released time and gives reaSons The Country Journal-nbe-cbs keep order. s born .in Calais, Maine 55 years

ment contains, was not expressed in th which, to us, seem worthy of atten- The Guest Hitching Band Show I'ost-abc-robs 1922-United States asks Brit- :ago. Upuj
00- I ain permission to search.English '
: Nature Sketches nbo 'II
political, social or economic society of 177G. tion. '
Oversea Report-cbs ships suspected; of rum running .

:- There was little idea in the colonies, The rabbis believe that religi us instruction Piano Magic Playhouse RbJ'tbm-mb.abo outside the three-mile limit' andl, \ \ ,_ ORANGE -

.. *:!-Swanee River Boys-nbe is refused. j i; : : ,
; at theetime, that the day would ever come, imparted under released' time Science Adventure, 1933-Kidnaping of Oklahomaoil i Us Help You ,"-.- iI"'"

... in a united nation, that there would be'universal I, programs will be inadequate as to be S:30-: Cross,-San Section Francisco U.S.A.-cbs Band-nb man Charles F. Urschel. | I -'- (I'crco2r4r; "g

.. suffrage. practically negligible and that parents The Sports Symphony Parade-Hour mbs -aba .. 1934-Government, buys and I Plan Your FloorsFree /lJLA D 1I"
The 4:00-Musicana of \ ships cattle to alleviate the r \\'A'
'pious and professional references and children may come to believe that ChciRgDbI
Horse Race; Dance-cbs drought in the West.1943American W/O:
toward the Declaration of Independence such:! instruction is an adequate substitutefor Charlie Slocum; Race-mbs forces take Estimates Given I I tt1fl
4:30-To Be Announced-nbo ,
:. and the Constitution of the United the religious instruction. Treasury Band cbs: Palermo ,capital of Sicily. Asphalt Tile 4 ,
: Sports Matinee-abo and Alliesfight Rubber Til fior'9NOT ,
:. States, as instruments giving and guaran i However, the primary objection. of lob*'Announced: -mbs 1944-Americans the Nazis in the streets of' Coxk Til I J1l
: Church Servo (rept. 5:4!) .
teeing inalienable rights to the people ,of I the rabbis to released time is the firm belief ;00-Dizzr Dean Sports nba Pisa Italy Plastic Floor Tile I, CAUONATEDI,. t' Ceer'e45!

.. this country, overlook the fact that the'' : in the'principle of the separation of News Make:Way Treasury for Youth-cbs Band-aba 1943-Some 80,000 Germans ar- Plastic Wall TH. Key West Distributor ..
-: rights were not universally bestowed.upon I Church and State. They conclude that "re- 1:1S-Lasale Take a Number-mba-eaat Dog Drama-nba rested house search in an in almost the American house-to-Occupation Wool- Rugs I,Cabrera Wholesale Grocery: 'Co. Inc. 423 Front.St. Key West.."'F11'

the citizens of that day. This extension las} leased time must eventually'bring about 6 130 St.-Doc Louis I. Q.Matinee. Jr.--nbe cbs Zone in Germany. t Acoustic Ceilings ,. '

been a development of democratic such intimate relationship between the Melodies to Remember-ab. 1946 $3 billion terminal leave! 5 Hardwood. Flooring ..- b
pro True or False -mba-caat & Us.,.Senat Formica fer Sinks.
cesseg since the great documents were' school and religious organizations as 6:45-Weekly'Commentary.!; 1 pay 1947 bill-Russia passed, by rejects' -American':i' Counters. Tables' I.

formulated, signed and put into effect., would' be in opposition to the spirit of the proposal for an 11-nation prelim-' Floor Sanding and Overseas Transportation. :
principle of the separation of Church and inary discussion on 3 Jap peace'I

-- .GRATITUDE TRAINS ROM FRANCE State of American, which principle democracy.i is "an integral part (Know America) and States treaty.Yugoslavia charges At Lake Bulgaria with'menacing Success, ,Albania United I Gates floor Coverings fi I, Company, Inc. t

1816-Charlotte Cushman.: famous -
Some months ago, largely ;.throughthe It might be pointed out, 'in connectIon 'actress genius dominatingstage peace. J. L GATES I Fast Dependable Freight and Express Service".

efforts of Mr. Drew Pearson, national with this matter, that the average pupil figure, and one of the great Daniel W. Bell of Washington. Flooring Contractor -b.two- '

newspaper volumnist, a number of friendship spends less than one-fifth or his, or her, women of her generation. born in bank president, former undersecretary S25 WHITE STREET MIAMI\ and KEY WEST '
PHONE 1533 I
Boston. Died there, Feb. 17, of the treasury born at II
trains -
were sent to France to assure time in the public schools. Consequently; 1876. I

the eople of that country that the people there is, ample time, outside of school 1834-James Gibbons, Baltimore !- Kinderhook-- .... ilL. 57._years- -ago.: -. -... - Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
) '
Between Miami sad Kr West
of this country had not forgotten them. hours. for 'parents and religious organizations Catholic archbishop-Cardi! f'
nal promoter of tolerance
As an aftermath of the) demonstrationof to reach children of school age. the foremost citizens of his among day, WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH. ; Scheduler II .

American goodwill comes the) newa In fact an effort .to take advantage born in Baltimore. Died March Express -

from France that a "Gratitude Train," I of the collection of children irj public 24. 1921. (No Stops En Route) ,
1855-Arthur Bird, eminent Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete LEAVES KEY WEST. DAILY (EXCEPT -
will be sent to the United States this fall., schools, for the purpose of sending themen composer born Cambridge,"Majs. SUNDAYS] at 1:00 P.M. Ar.

The train will consist! of forty-eight masse to religious" instruction..scent to Died Dec. 22, 1923.1877Montague HOTELI rives night a* Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid. H;
M freight cars of the famous World War '1 be something of a confession of a failure of "Potash and M.Perlmutter.Glass, creator LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

type, which were labeled "Forty Homines! on the part of the parents and religious widely known in its day. born in i: SUNDAYS) at 12:" o'clock .Mid- -. I.
Eight CheveaUx." England. Died at .Westport. nkrht and arrives M Key West at !'
leaders interested in such instruction. !
Conn: Feb. 3, 1q34.1879Simeon :. ..... 1:00o'dock ?J4. I
Present plans are to fill the cars with I ... -
.. '
Strunsky. yj. Y. .., -- 2& : I Local Schedule* \
gifts, ansisting"mainly of French artisan It might add up to something but few Times editorial writer, essayist ; ...:;;? 'LU : (Stops At AH Xntern* dlat* Potato) ,
works RUCh as glassware, and present lawyers go into courts as litig nt. humorist and author born in .... -- ; LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY TEX. W-. r..
-:. ane freight to each of the fortyight : Ru'-iia. Died Feb. 5. 1948. I I _. LOWSUMMER I CEPT SUNDAYS) at' ttM o'clockA.
car 1881-Johnny Evers famed .JIIIV" --. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
:::: states as a ift.Successful BANKS SELL INSURANCE second baseman of his day. bornin RATES f o'clock P. M. .1-;

Troy. N. Y. Died in Albany, Eacindys Non h-Bcb Ssctrn* 5 Coy Tr..pics!Code C S.BT.Cs<.UCockufl LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT '
:-: which few of We learn from N. Y, March 28. 1947, Lcrnx C SotertM C CabsMCtak> SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock A. M. and ;
living us acqUIre a report of a meetingof
arrives at Key West at 5:09 o'clock

.=- depends upon simple. things. ,... .' savings bank officials that more than ,' STRONG 1. .ARM. .BRAND. ..COFFEE. H TNEW SURF#' I P.M..

half the nation's 533 savings banks are -

: Under a' Communist form of government selling life insurance. TRIUMPH COFFEE ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST. FREE: PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

you could only go ,to the kin4 o f While the business custom is not in 'I FULL CARGO INSURANCE

school Communists tell you, and nowhere vogue throughout the United States, there MILL EUGENE E. DENNISON, Manager MAQf OFFXCK:cftd WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eatoa b toad* Bts.FHOHESs .

else.,You could go as long as they l let yon are a number of' states in which savings at Former Manager of the Casa Marina : n AND 13V j

c __ .and no longer. '. All Grocer _
banks are allowed to sell insurance. .
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. OCIETY NEWS i 1&T : \I e,City Hospital

'1 t' | Two bint urre u>
rcporieu -
: clay by Municipal: Hospital.
The Citiaen Office-51 Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth Kno\\Ies,
Ph ? t ,
ones: Residence-252.R 1126 Stuirp lane. announced the

mHllllllWl UlIIttIIWII4IIWIlUUllmIYllIltItUl.lIIIfIlllJllltlIlllllllI'-_____....___ m' 'm__ -I1 birth of a son at 1:15 a.m. u daT1.3 >,
: baby weighed seven pounds
Edt Al cJil1 Council an-i 11 ounces. -
t ( Teenage 1
4 The other anrwHinreTx-nt was
Married To Holds MeetingThe by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hin avenue of the birth of a
\ Parrish' son at 8:09 a.m. lodav Ttw hoy
J. Teenage Council at its
; weighed six pounds and eight
first meeting last Wednesday m
Miss Edna. the ounes. ,
Machin became
' the Y. M. C. A. had all members
b/ide of John Wesley Parrish..' present, and appointed Miss { SCHOOLS, CHURCH
USN yesterday afiernocn in the- Wynne Cruz as publicity chair (Continued From Par Orv)
bbme of her parents; 807 Duvsl j and assistance to families who

street. Pedro Aguilar. noiary'man.A committee has boon namedto hste needs created or aggravated -
by the disaster in order that
public performed the ceremony
work on a charter. A broader
'Miss Gerseldma Valdez and Wit-,{ program of activities discussed they may regain prcdisarterstandards
: was .
yam Robbins stood With the cou- and committee of livingSubrorumittee
a program chairmen include -
1e. The next will dye.'f
j meeing
\Relatives and friends werePliesent be Wednesday. July 23, in the Henry llaskins survey
Jack Einhorn food. Dr. Herman
and refreshments were Y. M. C. A' when the charter
sved, following the ceremony.1.i will be voted on. Moore. medical and nursing seorvice. -
Darnel Carev. rescue Bessie -
Tie couple will make their home This teenage council is in connection -
Schuck clothing Earl Hamilton
in oinciana Place. with the weekly Teenage
registration. Jack Sellers
I Dances held at the Y. M. C.
trarsportation, Davi Newton
,Farewell 8.20 to 10.39
Dinner A. from p.m. p.m. public information, Albert Carey -

t W E. Fowler and L. A. Gabriel -
Ensign\ amiinmiinmttffl'mmtitmtitttnttuumiicu.um'iuiCalendar
and Mrs. James Ander-] tf shelters.
son\USN, who will leave next Of
Wednesday for Newport Rhode I .........................
Island, are being entertained d to-1 Events : ,-1')
nigh(at a farewell dinner by Enf f -BICYCLES-
stgo nd Mrs. IL.D.Joynton Jr"1 tllUtttttt/1IauuU1:MnneslltmuuInnutnwammn1 t FORMER ARMY LT.' AUDIS MURPHY. he most 'd :
American soldier of'World War II. say he plans to wed.
Engn't 1 FRIDAY, JULY 23- Actress ,Wanda Headiix- soon as he '"can afford it." Repaired and RentedAlso

the B. -129%, recently received r Teenage Dance :YMCA, 8:30 are shown'-dancing,in a Hollywood night club earlier this I in Stock-NEW
ardent transferring him to New P.M. to 10:30 PJ\L Said Wanda: "rm. so"- pP7.h t he said that. "

port. I Dance Catholic USO Duval .... ,. .. ". BICYCLES TRICYCLES
I -
---' -- ---- --
Othiguesia will be Ensign and Street, 9 P.Mto'Midngnt. J -- -: | WAGONS SCOOTERS
Mrs KUirtoih Coe and J Resign' and: SATURDAY. JULY 24- \\PTA 'To; Give \; ,Color can now ,be I Inongrensy and SKATES '
Mr t Dchard Jones Benefit Supper, G P.M.. Pomcuna cream -
Benefit which is squeezed out of I
Intiflttt Center.- I i Supper tle and sprayed on the Overseas Cycle Store
( Glimpses
umntmnutawuleIIMutnmaunutueuunuww. I impart highlights. 920 Division St. Phone 15Mg
lIrsnalPh\ T. Fin and son.Royce .. t The benefit supper' to be given the ers say it is not A tint or '..................!...._.
hf N C.C.S. f tn the Poinciana Center by
Tampa are visiting in .
Key'W&t with Ml1Fine'_father P.TA Saturday at 6 p.m. 'to
and'mo\ht, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. 1021 Duval Street : raiFe funds for purchase of playground tit\8r cola in bott\e
Fine, Nassau lane. DEFENSE FORCESPROGRAAI equipment for the nur- .
: sery school,. has the following .ny
E. Doherty, 24G. Olivia ,
Jame .
vacationing in Green .UnlUlWlW1IIUI;u.'lWtllWlIUIJUIlfWlIUUUllUIJ". j committees working' for.its suc- t I %sM
Ce 1 1i
Mountains, Vermont and Massachusetts. FRIDAY ; 8Publicity ;i
.| I 2 00 P.M.-Softball for Navy : Mesdames R. A. AlI -
\ Wives at Bayview Park. I bright. ,J. M. McMullen, G. J. '
Mr. ?nd Mrs. \V C, Sweet, 2 00 P.M.-Prenaial Class. De-'LeClairc and John Hormer. .
ing. 620 Olivia street and their partment of, Health Instructor I Food Mesdames Claude Peek,
children left several days ago on : A. J. Reeds Stanley Giedzin-
their vacation. They will visit 9:00 A.M. 5:00 'P31.-Sewing'fski, Grace Wilson and R. J. Mc-
in Miami and then proceed to Machine, Typewriter, Writ i Carthy.Tickets'.
Mesdames Frank
Tampa :
ing Room. Showers.
SATURDAY i i Cross E. W. Drinkhouse and

..nulftllum1IIIIIIUIaIIIIIUlIUtI"JIItIrIIiIlUUlUllo: i George Garcia. '
i 3:00 P.M-Boxing Training. TAB "
What's 1:00 P.M. 6-00 P.M.-Dressing I a
Doing, : Baby's lunch shouldn't be a
Rooms Showers for Bathers
j problem away from home now.
at the SUNDAY
10.00 A.M.-Communio.n Breakfast I A new insulated bat keeps four 8

ARMED SERVICES bottles cool desired.i ty
; warm or as
Whitehat Club. U.S. Naval .
Y.M.C1A. Base (2nd Sunday). ..
J* kson Squall. Wfcit head 1:00 P.M. Picnic. Swimming f f amumuuutmttwuurwwmunntutltutrlatwlltr.AL'L'MARK'

ad Southard StreetsruWIttpa.trnlnta. _Pool, Wiener _Roas (sign up ,
.tcnnuunnuituntw/nit>tg8u: in advance). I W i
Fri I Information services housing.! CARDS

8:30 Movies.Pi-Unofe.ar,Pinoch'a-ana city Religious maps. literature,' library,I J 9 AVrrs O Models

Saturday I, telephones, stamps, wrapping and I 9 Toys Q Sundries
\800P.M-Movies. mailing packages, railway ex-
ore<& service laundry pick-up.-
D1S P.kL-.hke Box Dancing on The HOBBY SHOP
available to all defense forces
i the ,patw FULL 12 OUNCE*
and, their families.
1 Sunday MRS E. S. COUGHLIN. IuDs Division Street Phone 91 (2 FULL GLASSES)
45 A.M I Group. r MISS HILDA CASTILLO.Secretary.Open Sun. 8 / .M. to Noon Bottled,by: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Key West
J 100 A. .-"Go to CHURCH ... I Under appointment from Pepsi-Cola Company, N. Y.
Sparptarv +'" +n
\ Parties." 1 -- lI1nlltltf !url sssa..matpy lIfttINIUItlfIIRIP _., -
P -Classical Hour s ii
lections announced.31QP.M. :0I I : : : : -

.Fellowship Hour
the Patio ,Community SiD(- t I

'in.g. Beatrice Moreno at the THISSATURDAYONLY. "

JO:0 P.M.-Coffee Hour. I
S. O. :meetings 'Girls' Ser-
vi !Organization), 2note ..! .
every -
and Monday It "" I!
G e Room: Chinese Checkers I $ OO ,

wri;'hess g desks, carda,library ping-pong, current pool, 1..,. ._. ; 'J_," ... ', } Day' ,..;;:'.:., ':,.. ', I I.See

Diagaones, \'various table games, I -- .' ;: : '
et"Shtet'S 1 -; I'
; tennis rackets, golf I

club m iliit dig."sning and; service wrapping, lines,' film, ,packages cameras service* :: What You Buy! Buy What You: Like!

re eiv ,g messages phone booths
st. mp railway express service ,

NL.. r gh or.finder:tavis-Direct-Program Dire -., Values to $25. FOR $1:00 ili I I !

3oren-11L4 Det Weaver Aide Cruz --Secretary.Infdnaafion p : up ,:,ONLY : IIt

rw IF MfR FACE WAS t f'l
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eyes : Merchandise Is Now On D.play-Co.cIl and See I:t

tiC Don Uarnage.'air/tl t with cross carters good ejejcoyot lOOkS.await } I These Real Values Being Offered. For ;$1 atPOLLOCK'

yon eet. Recesstrre- ,
j ,
tion Method olte ass- I .
cessfulia ONE OAT,Sate I ;' :0'
iii treatment; 6COO sacctssts.11IUUVAL : I
Bbaur..tts FULL stor.aisoai.a S 4l>
Ftf is, tsosctrar. rssti....,aarwsutos 'r. ; :

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Lensa. Accurately Duplicated 508 DUYAL STREET-KEY WEST, FLORIDA
Sua Glasses
irescriptiora Filled I. "One West's Oldest
/I-Day Service on of Key Jenvkrs" ,

.i Single Vision Lenses I FREE DOOR PRIZES t'With.DRAWN 39**THIS SATURDAY

: -.. AMY, Optidan I lI! ? We Reserve the Bight to Limit Quantities and Amount ot.'P rchases'***.. .

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CLASSIFIED ADS Women May Now The Weather U


Information for the Advertisers I n U.S. Air Force West and Vicinity: Partly k

cloudy with occasional showersand i _
.ATt;!! FOil necruin anti PAVMKVT thunderstorms. Gentle to
BLACKFACE: Tire Payment for classified advertise. C sn TIt. Cutz.nt I
(meat is Invariably In advance bill MIAMI, July 23.-Immediate moderate variable winds, mostlysoutheasterly i j
Advertisements under this bead regular advertiser.with ledger ae-1 Continued warm.
"ill l>. inserted In The Citizen at count may have their advertise- enlistment in the Regular Army thundershowers -
Florida Scattered
the rate of'la a word for each insertion melts charred.rtBLICATlOV. I : -I?
but the minimum charge fur UtUrtLIMC I WAC (Women's Army Corps) or in afternoon and few

the first Ii word or lens U JOc. To insure publi *ti".. copy mum the Air Force WAF (Women in''showers over southeast coast,
The rate fur blurkfure Ijne U Jc a be in The Citizen office before 11 r
word and the minimum charge fur o'clock in the morniag' of the da honorably discharged from ,:Saturday morning otherwise j i
the first Ii word ia tic. of publication. WAC between May 1 to July 8, i 'partly cloudy through 'Saturday. :

1948 inclusive Captain William J I' East Gulf and Jacksonville]

.. J. Moran, Jr., recruiting officer through Florida Straits: Gentle 4

'vent All of advertising error In advertising.la accepted transient under the or following.....trad_The conditions Citizen: will In th berespuMftiMe of the U.J5. Army and Air ForceRecruiting : f to moderate winds, variable most-'

t .. c 41th' for the'firm insertion In Cluifie4 Adml.. and la Station in Miami, 'announced ly southeasterly over south portion
HUnlar edserttsiaz for only the actual amount of space occupied by the today. and south to southwest r
.. over :r
f'the advertlxeraent
c part where the error occurs. :

.t; I .'. N'U1. .. C..I WACs This to enables these their reenlist-former north portion through Saturday. i:
'4 secure Weather partly cloudy, .scattered
'I ,HELP WANTED-MALE I EMPLOYMENT WANTED ment benefits. former grade showers and thunderstorms.No .
t' -MALE 1 etc., provided they are reenlisted small craft or storm warn- DAVID A. MORSE

Silk presser, experienced only in within three months of the ings have been issued. David A. Morse, newly- ppolnt
Class A work. We pay union Iscale. Experienced cook and baker. date of their discharge. I Director-General of tha lBtr J>

Poinciana Dry Cleaners. -j' Call 281-R. jly22-4tx Former WACs who were discharged -' Reportt tional Labor Office wig Un r-

j1y23-3t4 before May 1, 1948, and Secretary of Labor of tie U.S
t STORAGE all other eligible applicants (ie e. Key West, :Fla. July 22 1948

HELP WANTED-FEMALE I women not less than 18 years of (Observation taken at City Office
8:30 A.M., EST) 18-Year-Olds ;
Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture age who have not reached their Temoeratvir 1 -

Wanted-Stpno-clcrk with some or commercial. Phone 798. 35th birthday) may make application Highest yesterday _____ __. 90 '
knowledge of general officewgrjc. now at..the Recruiting Enlist Ii
jly 1-tf Miami,. Lowest last night ___ ___u 75 i May
in letter 25 N.E. Third street
Apply person or in WAC or' Mean --___.----...____._ ._ .._.-_.. 82 ',.'
to Office for enlistment the
SuperintendentPublic FOR SALE Normal ,,_u_ _.-._____ _______. 84
Instruction 2nd Floor, Army ofcefSpeelal
I PrecipitationTotal
County Courthouse. jly17-7t I Bungalow, small store buildingand little hinged plastic box! last 24 hours __ 2.17 ins. CI'IM..f
lime grove on four nice t. The
Total this month :_ 4.33 ins.
HELP WANTED-MALE I lots size 50' x 120' each, in good containing lipstick and nail pol Excess this month U'_ h___ 2.07 ins. MIAMI July 23.-The U. 'S:.
hold ---
AND FEMALE ish can be used to bobby
section. This can be bought'on Total this year _mh 22.01 ins. Army Air Force recruiting 1niiJi7...
Two. barmaids and three waiters.;I easy"terms.Phone Johnson & John Excess this year 5.94 ins. station here in Miami, hea quat--*

a N1' Apply Palm; Club, Stock Island.Pttone1433. son. 372. jlyl-tf In 1947,' independent variety Relative Humidityat ters for all recruiting ac vilicsr

A jly23-3t stores throughout the country did 8:30 AJM. in South Florida is now s ithor-:,
: 500 eheets. 81.2 11 white newsprint
x ,
ized to :-
L a total $36,786,262 in notions % accept 18-year-old applicants
2oCt Artman Press,Citizen fo enl"ent t'
T ;'REftllGERATION I business. BarometerSea ra one-year .
( Building, Phone. 51. : _. Captain William J. Mcran f.,
I ( Level 8:30 A.M. rtr-;

i Domestic and com. 1ercial.. work i, jlyS-15 There'are,an estimated 23 mil- 30.00 ins 1015.9 mbs. cruiting officer, announc .to-'

guaranteed. Free estimate! lion home sewing enthusiasts in Tomorrows AlmanacSunrise day. '
Holbrook Service Beautiful MacArthur Home, unfurnished the United States. "The quota for this sped al .enlistment ;
Refrigeration three bedrooms h .__ .__".. 5:51 a.m. '
;call. 724-W. jly2I-6tx lot lime corner Sunset ___ 7:15 p.m. is so small. llO.JOQ'fQ?
seven trees, seven w. --- n.u
MISCELLANEOUSWashers the Army and only 15,000 or the!:
cocoanut 3000 Moonrise ._ __>9:49 p.m. $
trees. Seidenberg nhhh. m-
FOR SALE-USED CARSvModel Avenue, call 1047-W. Moonset ___ h h' ''_ 8:47 a.m. Air Force," Captain Moral-said.
I irons, vacuums and "that we are able to accept only

1940 Ford panel truck. Apply jly21-3tx fans repaired. O'Briai.t, Phone TIDES three men'per working ddy fron:.-:.

Perez Bros. Bakery, 1025 Hangover toilet 1105 Watson 1164-M, Jlyl-lf this entire area. July 21 vas the ::

White Street. jun30-tf Tomorrow first day that we were ible. .to.=.
Street. Phone 776-J.
(Naval Base)
Floor sanding done by experts accept these one-year enlistments,:;'
1934: ,convertible La Salle.. with jly21-3tx Free estimates given. Phone Eastern Standard Low Time; When we opend our officcjfat/ 7: O'-::

radio. $300.00. Apply 626 Delicious,Lady Borden ice cream 163, or call at 701 Caroline Stjlyltf 00:10 High a.m. 5:02'a.m.. a.m., ten men were waitin to"elv"J'e
list under the
Grinnell Street jly20-4tx one-year pr4vioion.j ,
in La Farola
-tops goodness. 11:34 a.in. 6:16 p.m.
two hours
Sundry, William at Windsor.. they werejoined .:
1940. Hudson sedan. 907 Virginia jlyl6-fri-mon-wed-6 Caroline Shop, 223 Ann Street by 30 more men, and wt> .
Street Phone '303. will remain open through July I were swamped by 120 tef ephonc:.l r
Station West
jly 21-3tx i A crib and with increasing stock, of new. Reference : Key calls in this same YJohll
baby's mattresshigl Time of)Height of period ..,
chair and inexpensive cottons for slipcovers ,
ironing.board. Very I fA
I StationTid. [high water
37.Plymouth. $150.00. Apply and From 10 '
reasonable. No. 4,Hunt's I ane. draperies. Bahia Honda E. Whltc *
1000 Eaton Street jly21-3tx jly21-3tx to 5 daily except: Thursday and .
10m 0.0 ft
Saturday afternoons. ,f
'40 Pontiac club with 1916 No Name Key '
coupe jly6-17t' West Serves
engine. New paint. 1327 SPEED QUEEN MANGLER. I (east end) _+2h 20m Key .*
Brand Cost $179.50. Will
new. Boca Chica .
White Street. jly2l-3tx sell for $125.00. RCA FLOOR [ Public stenographic services (Sandy Point-Oh 40m On "
MODEL combination 12-tube available. Mrs. Houston Apt Destr'gycrR'4Mpevial
1937 Old mobile sedan I Caldes Channel ,
good con-
Coral Hotel
103 Apts.,
dition,"radio and heater. A radio. Brand newi.' Cost $495Will Post Office. opposite (north end) '_+2h 10m +1.4 ft. .. ,i, w. -
sell for $350. Can be seen jly7-6tx t.Tie CMIceht **
northerncar. Call A. 'J. Lazerickl'5th oOo '
at 1209 Varela Street Apt 2. GREAT LAKES Ill., July '23John .
Division, usSGO- Phone 1043-M. jly23-6 Outside white paint porch floor NOTE: Edward White, eaman,t?
more. Jry21-3tx enamel, inside enamel, $2.75 (-)-Minus sign: Corrections USN( son of.Mr. and Mrs. John '*"

gal. Hardware, toys, electrical to be subtracted. L! White of 1905 Flagler'
Bcndix ,
Must sell Home Laundry avenue
1.47" V-8 Ford panel truck, -Plus Corrections to
'jtonl appliances. Complete line So- +) :
Key West, is serving aboard the\ ,
Low mileage. $1,600.. 521Sunonton : $1.200 cash, plus six notes. bo added.
and Doherty
paint supplies.
may destroyer escort, USS feeorge _
Leaving August 1st. 1012 Division '
Street jly222t'FOR .
,- Street jly7-6tx I Hardware, 846 Olivia corner (h-Hour. one of the ships that made up a .
Packer Phone 1597/ jly9-tf (m)-Minute joint task force of nearly 10,000'
Stephanotis, bougainvillaea. ala- (It.-:eel Army, Navy, Air Force men and
Kid: Popsicle Pete offers prizes'
mandas. palms crotons, ferns. I civilian scientists, that partici-
House trailer and annex, ideal for galore for double popsicle Use lcftover'potatoes casser-
in the atomic
coleus, sultanas, hibiscus cactus I energy ex-
couple. 611 Division Street
Try 'em. La Farola with platterof
wrappers. serve a periments held at Eni-
poioHanas, frangipanis. recently
Ross Trailer Park B. I Hol I
William at Windsor. dice
n begonias, other nlants. 1004 Sundry, cold meat. To prepare I wetok Atoll in the Pacific.
land. jly 3-2tx Southard Street Phone 1049-J. : j ly 6-f ri-mon-wed-6t potatoes, add to a cream sause, | At the conclusion of the tests

RENTAPARTMENTS'Furnished jly4-23-2tx 4 turn into a casserole an top with the scientists announced the task 1
FOR Black and white Persian kittens, '
cracker crumbs which have been force successfully proved the '

Furniture for sale. No. 3 Pearl seven weeks old for adoption.' mixed with melted butter and postwar theories methods and, :.
2 1-2-room apartment Street jly22-6tx Mrs. Courtney, 2335 Staples; grated cheese. Sprinkle lightly ideas developed at the Atomi

Utilities furnished. Couple only Ave., Phone 1581-R j with paprika and brown in a hot Energy Commission's Scientifii

Apply 915 Windsor Lane.. Three-bedroom lavatories. Rea- jly23-2tx overt I Laboratory at Los Alamos,'Calif/ ?
jlyl-tf -- --- .

Furnished apartment, new gas sonable. 896 United Street jly22-3tx THE BEACHCOMBER 1'r 12 1-.1 ;

range electric refrigerator con- 1947 Richardson hotise trailer and = J
tinuous hot water.
1947 Indian motorcycle. 611 4
Phone 215. jlyl-tf
Division Street ask for Doris $ ;
Wilson. Call before noon. x
Large furnished one-bedroom

apartment on Pearl Street. j1y22 3tx AIJr ;

Bent $110.00 month.
per One minnow cast net,'used twice.
1185-R. mornings. Cost 4500. Sale price $25.00. : ; 7 .rassre
jly21- 3-2t" (
One air compressor, can be ,
used for pumping! up tires. or
Four apartments. Apply 411 ( I -
William Street jun23-30tx painting. Price. $20.00. J. D. ooi21ano/e/
; Bearup, rear 822 Fleming Stjly223tx

Efficiency apartment ,and one-
bedroom IS FJT FOR A
apartment Couples
1947 Johnson Seahorse 22 h D.. QUEEN'r.
.. only. Paul's Tire Shop.
144 runabout perfect conditio'n. !
jly20-6t Both for $325.00. Key

West Boat Yard. jly24-3tx -
Furnished one-bedroom apart-

ment on Grinnell Street Couple .
only. $55.00 plus utilities. iu
Phone 1185-R, mornings.; ,

jly21-23-2tx S. Govt REFUSEDU. paid $1000.00+ c' '
over {
.ay..Louile Hyde ,
foot 72-foot ex-rescue'' 1 .
per. t i "'
Five-room furnished apartmentfor l Queeno/Chattanooga ,,'
vessel, No. 18Z932. Contact ; ;
rent All modern
No email children.- owner Joe Kelleher La Con "I love the sparkling splendor of its- f.

Reasonable rent Phone cha Hotel. t s 'Fire and "
__ 767-M BROKER-COOPERATE .li&h& setting finish. '_'
or call at 1..09; Georgia Street. !
jly23-ltx I S
jly23-2tx lAY lADT IOulsi ', I

Furnished 2-bedroom
apartment I'
Also room with private bath.
I .
:209 Ann opposite sta '
tion. The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming Only Coronation diato iJ JO'W&MtH
jly23-3tx Street has an efficiency apt. arOltoM of rite "'...li,1Ir ,
and several sleeping rooms vacant .. ttttvtg mud/(1& lI.C* OM from l44.hiss.

withroom'. bath. $13.00 apartment per Low weekly or. monthly _, .Prk.13730 to WHO ind.: tai. O
week. 708 Emma, St Couple jly lUFurnished

and one child OJC. Walter IYnTH
JBecbej 524 Simonton Street I apartment and cottage. ; -'v- ::
Both With '
hot water. No pets.
' 'I' one' 166. jl 23-1t :a
I Apply upstairs, rear 1014 Va-' k yy .
rela Street jly22-3bti #
Small" apartment to let 218 Sin .
Gir* ACT m lice Coronaio
A ) ntol1: Call 632. jly23-tf FOR RENT COTTAGES Diamond OT Aitfto .....ti/1Il taaowc '- .f.

+ tckich /amuAcrf tt m0ju_ 'f
-s tao
Small furnished cottage. suitable: -

Clean comfortable"; airy room, for couple and one child. Ap-j

twin beds. Reasonable summer ply 1306 Division Street. {

rat, 513 Whitehead 'St. jly9-6t,c THE BEACHCOMBER"KEY :

opposite Court House. | _
jlyl9-21-23-3tx| Furnished, new one-bedroom cottage WEST'S LARGEST JEWELERS ii
I j near be eh. Adult couple -
WANTED TO BUY only. No pets. The Price Organ JEWELERS AUTNOilZID. COIONATI Otf S>.I A JJI:I. .;:'. '_

ization. Realtors. 411 Fleming LMPORTERS TELEPHONE 532 ....&. -
Boy's bicycle. 20" or 24" wheel i 1 St. Phone 124. S14 Duval Street-Fully Air-Conditioned for Your Stopping Comfort"Key West.:Florida:; ,

Phone 1494-J. jly23-2tx jly2-fri-mon-wed-tf I



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Motor Court ............................................ N...... ..._ ..... ._._.a...a........................................
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909 Simontou 1. Kit .
: Ownership-Management : : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :: la i niLtrl aJ. W E SELL I TI, : .. : POOR OLD CRAIG I

'. of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : We Will Call For aad Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station

Beginning Monday, 55. SEE OUR Electrical : '{ // aD Yean Experience la Electric Work ;
July 19th SHOWING of Appliances .5 :: .;: J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE SIM ,

i S ........................._.....................6. : &ZJJUC 211 Duval Street : : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : : Francis and Division Streets

I'' S WILL BE CLOSED ... .. .. :. "' : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 : Tat DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :

Until SeptemberTHE r" HOME SUNDRY STORE i ...............:..........:................... : 22 SIMONTON STREET :, .. "Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" :
.. .... ........ ... .
I BEST OF STEAKS :. : !It..!, ....., ..... ... ...; ; Dry Cleaning : .5....5..5...5.5555..5..55.5.5..5..5..5.555
Tropical Drinks and : PRITCHARD : : ; 'and Pressing :
II; :
Tempting Fresh Fruit : : "Your Patronage Invited" : RUSSELL'SDRY .
: Pies will be available : 15 ":-' : : .
4. in September at : : Ice Cream Proprietary MedicineSicL .S... : .FU J i E'R.A'.l : : ." : .: Free Delivery Pick-Up Service and : NOW AVAILABLE .
a.: .
t :
Benny's Motor Court S :. Room Supplies School Supplies : F: : GOODS : SUITS for MEN : 9 Rod Cleaning; G Repairing and 9 Flushing :
S :
: : '
:......................1 .
S Toilet Preparations and Article : : HOME : : 110 OLIVIA STREET : and WOMENMadeloMeasure : AUTO AND

..................,.............................. S : : TONY S ,
: : PHONE 373 : S
;t eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ .... : Serve : PHONE 282 BODY SHOP
e eeeee ...... : Let Those S ; S ; 603 OS GREENE STREETCAROLYN
: .. .............. -
MUMFORD i r and ROSS : Who Serve. Best ; : SpetializingWomcjfs : ............................................

i -220 DUVAL STREET: : : WE HAVENEVER, 55 tIn.. i..... ... teee.**eee>. .......................... ...
: BETRAYED A TRUST- : : : : ;; -:
; Exclusive Monroe County Distributors S l
CO. : WE NEVER WILL ..: : ; _
4 : 720 DUVAL STREET J Carrier Air-Conditioning !' LOPEZFuneral : Overseas Hotel! SIS Fleming St. !1.
: S ,
Ambulance Service
: Juvenile Furniture ; Clttldrelt'sTelephone ..
: for Domestic_and Commercial Use : '
: 533 PHONES i Funeral' Service v We Specialize In

2 ...V.......................N...........-..9130......: Never Sleeps : Apparel ,..: S Established 1885 : S: Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing ;

S. Plastic Axminster Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum ; ........i...................................,..... .5555..5..55555........ .i......5.............., .. Phone 175 ALL TPPRAAI1iCwA! K CCRTI
J ...... .. .. eeeeeeeeeeeeeee : Licensed(,. Funeral : I.........................v."' ......'............ .
RADIOS and j .. a Directors and : .

i ;t Appliances .. .... :,J0, : Ae MYERSLicensed .i :.' ':lEnibamera, ) : f.ST; .:S BEAUTY* K"'if. 5 5 555555 1

.. i : ; :.24-Hour: : Scientific Beauty Culture .'
Terms Arranged"a ; :
: in All Branches _
: OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. ; y 'Ambulance 4s I, '
: \ :
.. : Thoroughly Experienced
: MON. and SAT. PAINTING Contractor f x -' '
: ServiceS I
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I. : Telephone 9127. 114 Dural Strs t.Jefferson Hotel : :' 135 -'Night 6SS : : 637 536 Fleming St. :

\ _eea eeeeeeeeeeeeeee,.. y.,+"- J.. Douglas Trevor ............................................. ........,................' .; .... :... ..:.-.................i
I : .,' .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeElectric. 1 .............................................:
PRICE TOURS : 1829 Harris ATC. Key West. Fla. : : .......................a*.. Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited .

PassengerRepresentatives :.. ::: PJIOISE 1374-R BOIPOINT Ranges, i S l 'Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. Frances Beauty SalonFrances

.. .9 : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances, .. : Park. Owner :
tatFLORIDA A r58 (7710)W : Washing! ;. Machines\ for_ Immediate Delivery : : 1010 CRINNELL STREET ::

': EAST ;. ... HOME APPLIANCE i : CONCH SHELLS : :: rti'' Beauty Culture in all Treatments its Phases ::
Permanents Scalp
: COAST RAILWAY ..........555555t55555555555555555555555555555555 : 605 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 :: S .All.Slss ; : J Facials or Shampoo Manicuring :

................................ c Phone 1391 !
Mow Located Next : ; Sac 20% : ................................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ........ -.. COCOANUTS. ; :.................Tor.3.Appointment..........................
I on dwellings. Fire i Insurancebldg13gs..house ...........e..........55

DR. COBO'S nurcBn til. br INSURING withAtlantic : : Landscaping,Marl\ and Top Soil .=. :SPONGES : I'HONE 131 I .
IVlarions 1400 Dunl sueetSouthernmost
: OFFICE : hold and per. Mutual I Fire I Insurance Co. : TOP SOIL$5.50 PER YARD or SIM PER SACK: :: : : [A]
.S S rLEMINQ STREET : sons! effect : MARL.HAULED.$5J)0) for 4 YARDS : It Will Ship to Any Port : : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON
Rear of La Concha Hotel Save 15% on AU Policiei NODMaeuahl.Mer'antile :: Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable Z '*} of 1/.S.'.or Canada : House in the u.s.A. .
: '
: 1. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674eeeeeteeeeeae: : ,, Pal .: Featuring.. .
PHONE 124 Stock 'Hl" i Marcy, S. cio ; : .
: t 1021/Olivia:/ St. :: a MacLEVY\
aaaeaeeaaaaaeeaeeaaeaiS ............................5.5.... : G ird&PHONE : Rear- 4'01 South St. : : O Spot Reducing ; t
: : G 801 : : .1\Ieeballicall\lasl'.. e METHOD I
ill ............. .. .. ..... ... ......e................ i ... ': KEY. 'WEST.: ,FLORIDA/.. : A BEAUTY SERVICE
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,S ..................... ... **** f .n................S.........................i .....:!............... ...............Complete..............................
Il l .4 B.&B. CYCLE SHOP :JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP i r..............s....... ................................*....*.eeeee.
For More ;
: Ride the Bus to the : '
: 118 DUVAL STREET : 1 ".E4L.ESTATE i ural Hair TInt. ;
GOLF COURSE r 822 Fleming St. R. M.Dani I&Prop. Phone 1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday : a lag or Finest ,,
S in Permanent
: Cusliman Motor Scooters : : ". 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. :: :;. ApprmiuLi Sales x t'x .<,! Wares .
: Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : : COMPLETE LPinners ..' : :: Leaaea Beauty
: : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches :: ,RentalsManagement :

I RIDE AWAY.. ...............REASONABLE............PRICES...................: : Colony
: .
/ 555555..5 ..5555555.5555555e555INSURANCE i .Improved and Vacant : e t 521 Southard !i(
; { : ; Properties.la Key Wealand : s t x > Street S

.. .. Monroe. County : Next to Southernmost ,:,
: Now you an ride an economical ; Beauty
: TJsEn.L' : f Cmhmin Motor Scoottrwtul : LOTTO S
j P r ... : FIRE WIlAurO BONDS :
S 1} *paying for it and tha ; y: KIRGHHEINERREALTOR : i All Licensed
money you tava over other ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : : BeauticiansSpecializing :
: methods of transporunoo.pay : J : '
: for Cushman Coma in for '411 Fleming Street : ? in ,
S : Have Fun/ fraa information. Key West Insurance Co. = 91* Whitehead StreetPhone : Most Modem"
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ,. Phase ot "
and 7M-B 4
.....w................ 555555..555555.5555555555. 5 5 55555555555 55555 : Directly in Front of Postoffice : :, > Beauty Culture
..a .. .ee. ......................... i ,.....................i Telephone2V0f6 for Appointment
r..........................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.......e........... ...... 'S HABLAE ESPANOL.***"*******S

'''... 'e BICYCLES I REPAIRED .5 5 5e5.....555 5..e55. -................................5555........
Experience Watchmak ;
S \vPricest
t : ing qualifies us to assure Our Customers Must B. : Your Entire House with : Dally.between 9:30 AJ4. ( .;
you accuracy dependability S P.I-fAppointm.Db art
; In : : Satisfied :. t: ; t:
repairs. 518 SOUTHARD from public by Senior Students of r7
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A'S DEFEAT ; I .UNORTHODOX GOLFER IN PUBLIC LINKS TOURNAMENT '" : .!Naval. Air And MarinesTo .4 I Interesting' Notes- -

I INDIANSI :W. t ;( h' '':.; ;:; ;,,9'> geology.the Eocene Age was II IIIn

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< ', k-f : t.-- < years ago.
YANKS BEAT iL. : ,<.,',', -. : In SBL !
a 5.-,.,., '... ..$ x > .' N Tangle Sunday
s 2t" j.;, .. .' : i .I I :, _*The South ..American _country I
'u : Loiumoia was once xnttwH t-
:"Boston RIM Sox Surging >. .. 1'1. 1 *.. i New Granada.
W'< .Ir. u : ;; IN SECOND GAME BUCS ,
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Upward In Amrrit"nn' Bob's Sport Shop I f ... ::;' 1.>? ./ ;\ ',' f AND CLOWNS WIN. On I ,alumbia, Equation and Venezuela
Story Legs
; ,. N t l' j have had a joint merchantfleet
League; Giants Card t To Play Adams ;>' ;\" a S I ERS LAST WEEK, T0I for many years.

| -. ,' } Draws Contrast( I
.Split .

/n,. n. A._.... Pr..al I At Park Tonight __ 1's't I SINGAPORErLe. ) }s.-t BROADWAYCIGAR
Senior baseball
NEW | ; 'games sched- East and
YORK. July' 23-Phila-j ( West, said headline:
l uled for Sunday at Wickers field
delphia won over St. The games scheduled' for to- s< f in the Singapore Frea< Pro:* recently
Brawns. 8-7. in 12 innings last + will find in the opener Naval Air STORE
night at .Bayview Park will find while the story below
Y { Station crossing bats with the
night and the Cleveland Indians contrasted
in. the first Bob's Sport Shop U S. Marines. the value. of a leg in
lost to the New York Yankees England and one in 610 Duval Street
6-5 but the results matte no appreciable playing the Adams Dairy. I z t 4A ajir j Both clubs ]lost their game The Singapore.
recounted -
difference i in the The Dairy boys are the only wA -.' I last Sunday so the winners will the how. on
f 7 F same day a six-year-old
American League standings!; 'club to win over the city champs I go to second place in the standings lish girl in London and Eng COMPLETEBASEBALL
and Griffen will to do it an Indian
try in a tie with the club that
Cleveland is still ]leading the I laborer in Singapore both
again if he can. Hancock is loses in the second game the were
league. These were the only awarded
;scheduled to pitch for the SportShop. damages by courts for
loser the cellar.It
go to
night ; leg injuries
games. I : 1 suffered in motor SCORES'POPULAR
The Boston Red Sox climbed a is expected that Kolb will accidents.
to' third position in the Ameri- In the second game VX-1 will start for the Naval Air boys and The
English girl
got 1.150
can" yesterday by sweeping both 1 play the Naval Hospital and V-I= a Roberts for the Marines This pounds her
wi ; right leg .was severely
X will be from first BRANDS of
-1 a
ends of a doubleheader front game game i is scheduled to start at 1 scarred. The Singapore

Chicago White Sox by scores. place if they win. i p.b. Indian got 333 pounds; his. log Cigars and Cold
3-0 and 53. The Detroit Timers I -- was cut QU.Subscribe.
were beaten by the Washington ': ,> I In the' second game the I

Senators, 9-3, in 12 innings How; They Stand I P Clowns and the Pirates,. who I to Th e Citizen 4 t Soft Drinks

yesterday. j I won their opening games, "ill weekly. : '.
In the National League Boston # s battle, 'it out, _. ---- -.
Braves were rained out, at Island City Senior I -i is expected that a real bat- .. .u.g..ssnmu..a. arr
Cincinnati; New York Giants Baseball League :IiC.: '" ._-, I .... .. tie will be the outcome for these .
and St. Louis Cardinals split 6-3 j.' ''clubs have met on several times .
l,, (Municipal Stadium) :VP> Photos close [Eastern Auto & Home Q
beat have by
and 7-6; Pittsburgh Pirates > Club- W. L. Pct. I and they won. Supply 1116.

the. Philadelphia Phillies 5 to .3 ;Pirates _.. _..._,- 1 0 1.000 AUBP.EY TURRENTINE of Durham; N. C dcxnozutiates hljunorthordox form: in. the National margins on each occasion.It ,
in the first game with the sec- ,Clown j ___"n' _... .--_ 1 0 1.000 Public Links Golf tournament at Atlanta. Ga. Left He- putts lefthand'nad.rwatchful'eyes-of t is expected that Manager Formerly Pan-American Tire Company
ond'being postponed bcause of ........_ ; Smith will start on the mound
'; j U. s. Marines 0 1 .000: I
Clarence Alexander of Raleigh: N. C. Right: Tunent ne. a' righthanded driver, swings his J left
McIntosh, the fat one 1101.1103 Division'
Cubs defeated and"Oscar Street '
rain, .and the Chicago ]Naval Air Station ___ 0 1 .000 Phone -11U
the Brooklyn Dodgers leg as a pendulum to get bis body weight';behind the club. He.is a member'ef the' North.. Caro. of the twins behind the plate. .I III
6-3; t["': Island City Baseball League Tina team that won the team championship in the, toumament't.' ., .* I For the Bucaneers will be Re-

The scores: i (Army Barracks Field) ____ ----:--. .f>' .' the series and .Joe Navarro, on. AUTA BABTC_ .
> NATIONAL LEAGUE |';. Club- W. L. Pct. greaser after 'nis second wan: -u. I. -:-W W. ___... 1:1: .., .

First Game .SubRon Four -__ ._ 6 1 .857 SUBRON FOUR DEFEATS \ Temp pe..J. I. the receiving end. Jim Albury, I
R. IL ENew ;Atomic, Bombers _. ?. 6 2 .754 | I,Acevedo. Baker. Alonzo. Dom- : and ACCESSORIES :
York 6 10 2 '4StLouis Conchs *._._ ..-__. __ 3 5 .375 enco C. Valdea Sutton and probably I
.._ 3 7 l',|Scorpions __ 0 4 .000 STOCKHOLM Minn.-Anger-j. Juanie Navarro will be cut. .
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Jones and Cooper: Dickson VETS OF FOREIGN WARS :ed by the.continued barring of a I I This game will start at 3:30 DAYTON
Wtlks Staley and Rice. I' Florida-hternaronalBaseball dog. Arnold Maki .21, grabbed a p.'01., for the first game has a TIRES and TUBESTRUCK
shot, gun.. and went .out into the I time limit, of 3:15p.m.. ..
to.:find the ..He ( and PASSENGER. )
I night .dog. tripped
Second Game Club] W. L. pet. Game Marked) By Nine*.l r .
.. R. IL E. Havana _. 69 37 .651 the gun discharged* hitting a dynamite i 100 years ago the Jewish population Coal Ited, Tires Recapping Service

St. Louis .- 7100 .Tampa: __ ._ _nn'_".63'41 .COG liases On Balls! Anil).Trio SUSPENDED pit;; setting off 100 poundsof i of Jerusalem was 3,000. .
New York G 10 O.Lakeland _. _. .._. 54 50 .519 I the explosive. The blast rip- I r
r Munser, Wilks PolleL Hearn :S1. Petersburg54' 50 -.519 Of Hit Batsmen By VFW 4 windows ped off Maki's all clothing broke, EXIDE. BATTERIESRADIOS

and Baker;Kennedy. Konikowski. .Miami Beach ._... .__.5:! 55 .486 in the farm build-I Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good .
moved machine
Dreisewerd. Trinkle and Living- ,West Palm-Beach .4'1 60 .439 Pitchers j ings a -

start.. Westrum. ',Miami ._____ ...._____43 59 .422 Vets I its of their'foundation leaves and Maki stripped cut and STAR BRAND : --Table :MalelsAPEX ): .
lost to SubRon Four last
:Fort Lmdetdale 38 63 .353 bruised waS .taken to a hospitalfor I AMERICAN COFFEE'TT : WASHERS and VACUUM CLEANERS; .
First Game night at Bayview Park in a and CUBAN .
treatment. The do* apparently -
Baseball game in which the pitchers '.
Major Leagues were unharmed hasn't beenseen
A Pound .
Pittsburgh .. .. .. 5 a -
Of in, a contest 'to- sec 'who could since. I j I 6 .
Philadelphia 3 6 1 f'|; NATIONAL, .- .=:.-_ .___ h'_' !,.Bo. a. o. o._ _.._
Sewell and Kluttz; Bicknell J Club- W. L. Pct walk the most batters. Harris

Hnisser and Seminick. JI Boston 51 34 .COO walked the most and he hit 11

I Brooklyn __.. ._43 30 ,.524'I three baters r ,
Second Came i'Pittsburgh' .43 40 .518 The Vets scored five runs in ,r y r ,

R, H. E. ',St. Louis .. .43 40 .518 the' second without the aid of a /. ,: .. I .

Pittsburgh ... ... 130 New York .. -. .. ..41 41 .500 hit and two in the third with one : ..
Philadelphia ._ .-... 130Iligbe .Philadelphia .- -. 41 46 .471 hit, and the other hit came in the ,. .,j'l'i;;'; 'r,.,.. ..;t t... I -:"",. F
and Fitzgerald; Donnelly'Cincinnati _. .39 47 .453 sixth by Tynes. \ .. '. > I r
:Chicago _. 35 50 .419 The Sub t .:. .
and .Padgett. boys with eight safeties .i ,\. t j4PWmott2 '
;, ----'" '1 I*I AMERICAN." and with the aid of nine ."/ '4.: ., ,, :,. '1 'than ev&t tote '
RII.F.. Club] W. n'Pet walks and three hit-batsman i

r Chicago 611 1 Cleveland _h 51 33 .6141'scored eleven'runs.. '

Brooklyn .<.. 3 10 1 Philadelphia :. 54 37 .593 J McCann Hu:rta.. and Bremmer t! : '
Sfhmitz and McCullough; Rams Boston ..-_ 50 35 .581!hit two safely to lead the batman : .' .f : :
deB., Barney. Behrman. Minner New York ... 49 36 .576* in the field. Huffman. Mc tt ; 1 : FIRST

and Edwards. [I(Detroit .- 42 43 .494 Cann and Smith were the best 'sf i IN VALUE Y
f Washington 38 47 ..447 for subs. Boys and Means Norton _--.r=: ,
Cincinnati lSt Louis .. 30 52 ..166Chicago'
Biston at postponed h and Sabola. were the'best for (Jf) Wirephoto I
; rain. 27 57 .321 Vets. '


AMERICAN LEACUE SubRon 4 'm_ 031 241-11 8 3 AN (above) has been suspended t j
"*"" Game Vets .. __ _._ :
Night Recreation 052 000- 725
7 R. H.. E. City I Bremmer and Huerta; Harris' by American League Presif: f t FIRST: IN DEMAND '

New York 683 and. Baker CaldwelL] j dent Will Harridge pending in- I j
.. 5 10 1
Ooreland --h ProgramSOFTBALL Stolen bases: Powell: 2. May-!}\ vestigation of McGowan's coa1 -' J
Ilasch Byrne and Berra; Fel- nard, Corbin Huerta, Roddy,! .
duct during CleT l nd-Wast- <.
Kleiman and Hegan. -
ler, Paige Baker. Caldwell Norton; struck'out : ',
by Harris. 1,. by Bremmer 2 't t ington game at Washington on f -
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Night Game bases Monday night.Joe !KuheL : .. .
on ballsr'off Harris 9. off / ; : q : '
R. IL E. Bayriew Park. Night Bremmer 8; hit batsmen: by Harris -I J 1! Washington manager com- !j -4"'T-; ,: .' : .'t
Philadelphia ..___ ....... 811 3 TONIGHT- McGowan'cursed and
3, by Bremmer 1; double'play: | plained j ,
II ...
StTLouis .._. . _h 783 First Game-Bob's Sport Shop Norton to Mastens to Tynes;,time threw things at ;his players, I II ." '. 0
McCahan Harris Brie and vs. Adams Dairy of game: 1.20: umpires: Villarealand (0 .
GiJ rra: ; Biscan. Stephens Carver Second Game-Naval Hospitalvs. Griffen; scorer: Aguilar. I I' Disabled veterans are given',
Vidmar and Moss. VX-1.. j special: parking privileges iri -an t f Only Chevrolet brings you all these major advantages The plain truth Is that'pacesetting, i Chevrolet offer

I JULY 26- Tuberculosis, rheumatic fever"Increasing number of cities. ., i iI mG major quality advantage after major quality advantagenot
i First Game I First Game-Naval Hospital vs. and,influenza) are absent in : of CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES. .

4 R. II. Kantor's Men's Shop. tnr. .;.!:.1 1..1... .. equa-,. S b**t*>il.k" 4*... The rHi.-:2'Ua'... : I available in other cars in its field; and in addition
Boston ... 3 5 E'I I 'Second Game-SubRon 4 vs. ._.. ______ u=- 1 "'::.o. .:...;: -- -I prices no'w' decidedly lower than those of any other Chevrolet prices are now obviously) and outstandingly

Chicago ..--. -- h. 0 5 Bob's Sport Shop. EX-HOMERUN KING GETS PARK 1 1t
Galehouse and Tehhctts: Gil- JULY 27- car.that'even remotely approaches it in quality lower than those'of any other car that'even 'remotely
lesjue. Grove Rotblatt and Rob- First Game-VX-1 VSL Elks .
JOB'i approaches.it in-qua1it .
inson. Club. .. !
Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. You'll hnu. mud mart riii t t atiltnatitk .
,Second Gamer y.F.W. the(eouinc u.tiud Kat Actioo Ride Thu Chevrolet and only Chevrolet offers the Brg-Cat
R. H. E.Boston .
-ocluifve to Chevrolet od bigher-priced comfort: of the orifmaf and? outstanding Unitized Knee-
'.... .__ -. r -- 5 6 0 JUNIOR SOFTBALL fl .UR,'
Chicago 381 ---=
-- Bayriew Park Afternoon = ActionRide..theBig-Carperformanceanddepertdabdty[
{Cinder and Batts; Judson end 1 and Morning, b b .Pr YouH espy" rare ttriSt and .... MC/nf
of worlds Valve-in-Head .
Tr'ch Daily play. w + I Iis wkk Chevrolet''a world"champion VaKeioHetd a champion engine the Big

engine.ValvHn-Hrad.! .U exclu. !-k.- Car beauty and luxury of Body. by Fuher...the Bif-Car
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Washington. m. .__ 913 0 I TENNIS rive to Chevrolet and higher-pnced can. ,'... __: safety of Fisher Uniiteel construction, the Uni zcde. Knee
Detroit 8 14 2 Bayrtew. Park. Afternoon .
Wynn Welteroth. Hudson, and; Might 1 Yimll t{:.wU.that yow Chevrolet lead ia 'Action Ride and POl1tm .Action.HydraulicBrakes. aD

Thompson and Evans Early; Daily play.= taitaful luxury,for it baa the worU-funovu at lowest'prices-prices that are now even more economical:
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Newhouser Benton. Htiutteman.WHHe t Body by Fuher-Availahlc ooren Chevrolet Y.1 ot '
and Swift. Hit.bo.SubRon SKATING l M :: and coatEer: car*. even more thnrty, when compared with the price !of

Sayview Park.. Night other automobiles in its field.
4 Conchs You 11 have the fr/pi Hid of Fader ,
7:00 to 9:00 PJ L, -
lUoecl Body Cm tn.ction. the KoeeActioo Ya. Indeed. Chevrolet u first in dollar value by thee
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Ride and PoMtKrcWUtm Hydraulic :- .
And Scorpions Toplay BASEBALL 1. I P"* .:'v'T"rirrH I Jy ia'Chevrolet and ,s ; ?,,, widest margin! in all Chevrolet l history;+nd.of course, it i*

1 1'SUNDAY I Municipal Stadium.. Afternoon. I' 1 ,. 1 ,-.estiar Arlo .'. first in nation.. -tride demand. as welL
At BarracksSunday l r :
First Game-Naval Air Station!, t \. ; :
and U. S., Marines. j .

{ will again see two II I Second'Game-Clowns and Pirate __ 4
baseball games being played at $. ,.4.'.. "II.."',' .; '... I.AA.. .I... : .
the Army Barracks. The first ;.. V .
Army Barracks. Afternoon .iT I'1
,game will be between the SUNDAY : .-::':. <. .' .. >>; :=;, 'A. .' :
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Conchs and SubRon Four with : d"
First Game-Conchs vs.. Sub- / _
Thightcap between the Atomic i Ron 4. .c
Bombers dud the Scorpions.Last I Second Game q
I Scorpions vs.
Sunday saw two good Atomic Bombers. 5.7r CHEVROLETIS .FIRSTllMULBERG !
gaiiies played at the Army Barracks -
,' with the SubRon
who allowed only two c
winning over the Scorpions 810. hits in the first six innings after -
The win was due to the good .which' the Bombers came
pitching: of Stenger who allowed .
through with three hits which
,: nb' three hits. I won tern te game. t .(w) Wirepboto CHEVROLET COMPANY

The"Conchs'second game and was the between Atomic I I I It is expected tat both games HACK WILSON the'former homerun kiitg. talks with youngstersat '.C .
the this Sunday will' be -
Bombers with the Bombers win it is noticed that all interestingas teams are a municipal swimming pool in Baltimore where be works. : .'Ti: J TELEPHONE 377
ng15, although it was very He was put to work as a park laborer recently when he came ia

dose..for'the first few innings.'showing;I Scorpions great getting strength a lot with of new the looking for "any kind of a job. Wilson, now. 4>. set the Na 419-21J. ."';.Caroline t .* .. Street; Corner Telegraph Lane Key Welt,., "Floridar

with. good'pitching' cf Paul Rige j I talent. anal League nomarun record oi YS'la 1S14. I .
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t I: Hobo House I for the comfort of the "transient' Four Births .lp' [rTiEGAis-! : ,Five Births In i j i son was borllto Mrs I,..:>ttie Soeh iend. wit: of -George L. Town- ,

Congressional i] guests. The place, known. amongits .1 I'''ner wife of Raymond A. Soeh- 'iend.SC Commissary' Depart- .;
clientele as "hotel de Bas 5 1I -
: : existence Galey HospitalGaley' : 4 nrK ENDER Ficrmoi.s Naval Hospital ll nero AMC. Radio Station, Boca m ont, Boca f*>ti* a. '
i Found Under tille. has been in for NAME UTATIXB i I
Grist Mill\ I IBT .J;months, perhaps years. r. IS HEREBY GIVES 1 I Chica. He has. 1 been. named, Cary I
I .: Memorial Hospital today the. undersigned desiring to A four-pound fifteen-ounce, Glenn. Garnish baked, potatoes by

i HEP. GEORGE SMATHERS Police Station New York City's Bureau of' announced the following} .recent engage name In business of Key under West the House fictitious I,son! was born in the U. S. Naval I!,I f A six-P llndr,, twelve-ounce son cutting a cross in the top of each

I ,Alcoholic Therapy reports that it:I births at the. institution! i,..1 )f.nertlr; Whitehead St.. Key : Htcpital, to Mrs. Anita B. Connor,1,(was born to Mts. Charlotte Wood, 'I just before serving using a sharp
West Florida. Intends to register j wife of Harold O. Wood. ACETM email pointed knife. Insert asquare ...
I Interest in Washington this NEW ORLEANS. La.-Surpris-i can 'cure' 200 drunks a year for II Mr .and Mrs. Percy 1.. Todd. clerk paid" of fictitious the Clrmlt..aIt"Court of the wife of Harris A. Connor. GMc J I'[I VX-1: Boca Chica. :He has been : of butter or margarine of
I Ii the
: 'what it costs city annually to USS Noah Section Base. The
ed-pohce recently raided a hobo.junglelocated 131-C Poinciana Place ,
announced County Florida. on-1' named Charles DaniL p:1prik3.and. sley.Sthecrtne
past weekend centered ,I ; : pa
on pre- 'handle 12 chronic inebriates in I I has
i t the'' Dated July I. 194*. baby been named John Re-
the birth of a son, weighing A six-pound, twelve-ounce son .
Hamilton. I I I I
parations J. 0. .
for the burial of Gen : 'courts and jails. .
p First Precinct Police Station. A seven pounds four- and. one-half) S Sole Owner gan. I I was born to Mrs Hazel Town* tit The CiUzer.
eral! John J, Pershing who died'male of passageways honey i I I ounces. jut Z-'-lC-2J. 1>4S.V A seven-pound Seven-ounce ---
daughter born to Mrs. Lillian I igAgtLOttlBi."J I ttJCmurmmmlmuItWlIID11IIUImUlIUI1mwultmmlllblJJBlllrUlo.: : : : !
last Thursday morning at Wal- combed underneath the old The Whale Shark, the largestof Mr. and Mrs. .Charles. Sauls was I .I .
building with electricity, water < all living forms of the shark Vest, wife of Austin L. West,I IBMI. II
ter 1115 Grinnell street announced '
HospitaL Thousands i | ClRCriT COt HT OF THE ..
filed through the rotunda of the ;i and steam heat conduits tapped. |grows to a length of forty feet,.-I the birth of a son weighin'sev' E..E'F. TH jrimm ....U'nT.O..THP. USN Naval maotcr-at.anns Station. She de- ': : : .- .
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en pounds and four ouncte.Mr. KTtTR OF FtARIIIi.
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where the General's AVO FOH JHOXHOK "'Ot-\T1., lCmiie'N \ has'bcsn name' Janet .Mane.
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Capitol HOME ..and Mis. Tift. 1330- .
body lay ,instate, Sunday afternoon Duncan street,, announced the :\. *.. 11-- *:S .' :A seven-pound, eight-ounce':. ..
and Monday morning. hu r birth of a'. son Weighing' four HAN$'.AN C. COFFKT -LYXclt.JIAME .'hUnt Iff.. '.

casket flanked by dozens of I I pounds. and threeounces.. -es. III I ula'I'::
I : i Mr.1anMrsr'; latence .Single- I
wreaths of flowers and resting II i '** nefendant.VOTirK .
on the catafalque built of hand- i ton 1202 Royal Street, announced > TO APPK.tII 7s ,II

hewn pane in 1965 to support I I. the birth:of.adaughter weighing TOrUAn 3 1'-:3"1': F.Avenue.LVNCII I 'U"

President Lincoln's casket. It is .!seven pounds. and, nigh?\01.lJ1Ces.. Ttorchecter, 3taesaeburetts. a

estimated that four'thousand r Thre*.Operation* Ti: are hereby required to apixvir I .
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thi-rt-woyi! !>>\ bill of complaint" filed ..
people were still in line waitingto Three persons were operated againstyou in the above stated. New

pay ther respects to the 87yearo.01d [:upon at the Galey Hccpitol re-. e A":...fusl.... on, A._r D.before 194S.tb otherwise. JSth: day the of I Target I. a'

general when the Capi- t btH | cently. allegations of said hill wilt' be Air Pistol (. Dt.
tol was closed at nine Sunday taken'an confessed by T..... I
-- l nn. and Ordered at Key West, D.
night High ranking government eLEGAIS Florida this' *:!rtd lay, of July, A. PriceilTROPICAL $395 t. D'
officals, housewives and IX Ut8. I j _
wounded veterans of World War (1"1'.41.,) Ross C-Sawy.rClerk .
I\ THE! nnCtlT (rofRT OF THB of the Cirexit fnart
II, as well as those who served ; F.1.fa'.aTIl jintriti. CIRC'IT. o<*>f Monroe County.. ."J..r1d'1.. TRADER I.
under Pershing in the first'WorldWar IN!\ AM FUR MO\BOK t.OI1. 'T1, Bv: .(!Mi) KathleenNotiatirx, I.f I 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 I.t. .
came to honor him I' 4'111\IHT Attorney for jh* Plaintiff t.
This is not a military nation I ., lt-fea. < j)23:0.aue13.19l8! ; .

and the tribute paid to this Gen } I CHnl"TIZl\ ; lftOK: I
P1aloliff- .
eral of the Armies is not token no' '
merely of regard for his military I JAMES! TAt.MAOliOHllF.n MOt"% t''If'I'L- fIRfllTOP go way I
genius.. General, Pershing of ] i.Jenda at THB; TATB: i IF'FI.OHIDt.. : .
OP :OblCATl6TO \ l> A>B FOR '. '
course> was consulted by our i ; vJantev -- 1 VCIl, \\CF.K1.raur 47 minutes 10MIAMI o
military leaders during the recent I tt .Talroage Ndnn. *. : > .- 11-179
a; <:r*unar'lrJlnl&! ,: HAROLD. :M. SHAW. "
war. and his opinions were t,: r. FOR HOME :
'> oft&i sought by both' President .'\ r-.',. to the Bill of<*on plaUit) f@t It- .... IIUORCBrtefendant. 1 i .
iRoojevelt and President Tru- '. ;.;. 'ore*. In the abcTe'atyjadcaase nn fE1.I.;::N.SIAW. :
( he luth-day. of,Augtont. A, IX'1>4$. pIllS :
maw It is believed by many that < :,-;: otherwise Ihe. allegarlo5u :tbertlB ORDER of PI'ni.H'ATioxTO $715 Ion : COMMERCIAL USE =

iatThis advice been fotlqwed} in will he taken an con'! f timed.- : Helen Shaw .
Thin order to be pgWI"'i d tlt'6 a ant \\>M 55Ui Pia... ,-
191V; the recent world conflict nreekfor four'gonse.-gtly. ;w"fk".I Chicago, MlinolTu *. ; U cities.in 11 stales .
iptgfet have been avoided. At that 4 t In The Key W"tIt"Uze".A.Dey&- are berelty required to appear i We Are Prepared To Furnish You With ci
he advocated that ,no armi- luiper published tn Ifrr HeC Flor. to the.BUI for I>ivor<-. filed against< CALL 1084or Ii
Flout; ida. ; you In the above styled cause on or Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE:
ticelje given until Germany had : I>nn. and fltdeF.1 'thi '. iStiL'day before the Sth day of August A. I)- your maid agent .
been inyaded and the Germanpeople nf July. A. n. 143.: II"! $. tttherwine the allegation) contained .

made to realize the full .... (SEAL) ROB .C Sawyer.; ., therein. will.. taken as. con-. Inc. =

horror of the 'war they had inflicted __ Clerk of the ( riult'taoart. fersed.n.t and Ordered at Key Wet. ( :Thompson Enterprises,

on others. Although hewas L Monroe County; :Florida.Jly Florida, ;.' this Sth .day of July A. I). I .
._t \,, .: (xd) Anne- C. Ixrtgwarth.: 194$."
master at '- .
undoubtedly a I Deputy flerK. (Circuit CourtSeal .: neE DIVISION) :
military' strategy and .organiza- (IP) Photo THOMAS S. CARO.iiclior ) Ross C SawyerClerk
for the Plaintiff.Julyl : of Circuit Court.Py PHONE: NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. '
ion, General Pershing had'come I .
-2S-W : Noltage.
JJo symbolize much more than GOV.- FIELDING L. WRIGHT of Misissippi. vice presidentialnomine i' ; 'Aug-et194r., : Deputy 4'lerk. t unnwmuuuamgmuiinimi! rsin nimuunimmncummwntau2n: nlnnninmmliiaanmlaUrk-

ferulitary might. As President of southern States Rights Democrats relaxes with his IV ran Ctnrtrfr ,COJtBT, OF ENRIQIJE, SQ1T1NAMX\. JR.. 1 ___ _ __ __ __ __ ---_ .-___ __
Attorney Plaintiff.
jVtiman said of him his 85th wife and their daughter. Elaine. at the executive Tin EI.e.ETII; '. jiDirinrrir L .. ; :
on year-old kid, ; jly9-l -%3-:9.U 48.THR J
birthday. General Pershing was mansion in Jackson. The governor is admiring a portrait of I FI.OHIU' .'i' AM* :FOM MOV- .. .

Ja.great soldier who happily'ex- his faur-year-old: grandson. Fielding L.. Wright IIL nor.- Ol\Tr...._ "\_, .f'U."F.K"'..11..... iN .....A.T O"A'I' OF THE "Leaders. In Low Prices; 53
i Amplified also the vision of a _. CHARLES li HARRINGTON, 6'LS "E'TH JII1I4IAL. "'lIu'nT r- r
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I ftatesman.T> : It was primarily because flalntllf OFFTHE STATE OF FI.OHIDA.INAD "TERMS" ARRANGED"TELEPHONE ::
of that characteristic and t Ts INCHA\CERV., ;
EUZAURTH WALKER. HAlt "6 <..,* >.. 11481WALIWICK :
not because: of his ability as, a niNOTOX, 34. Q

leader of armies that America rtetendanL'ORDER ELEANOR AHKH BKIRKK; KIRKI-X and Ills

jaid| homage to him last. week- 'Qt i1jI4IgL : KLIZABCTHHARRINOTON. OF* 'J'I{-'ALKJR'HLICAThO1iTO :: witn.Plaintiffs _w _
do : '
vs. ,! IKT TITLE
[Back in 1944 General Pershing 2S1S Shelter Road, OKOROK: : W. ROBERTS and .f tt
Norfolk &. Virginia r
ued a statement concerning [ Tou are hereby reftnlred to ap SEAN-. ROBERTS, his wife, et r

tiie conflict in which we were en- pear to the Bill of, <:'ompafht! fotdlvoro. nit rtefendanlK.TO .

Caged at that time. The counsel in Ike aboe'styied. .. oau>e 'O"'I"C( AfftfHIK
before the ,2. 'day f August -
on ttr I
Which he applies as much to ): Tim NAMB OP Till: STATE
( gave A. IX 194!,), nthen.h.e'tbe alpgatlona "
he world situation today as itfdid LA tllf'reln'WIU. I>e taken aiTbU I "'.
) i M2iIi TO: :'nEORtifl \\ ROBKRTS and
to the war we were then i 4 rnnfrored-Order In t v b published z AN ROUKUTS, hi* wife; ; wr
t *
I having or rlatmnsr -
ighting. He said: bnc. a w..k fee ,four.con..utiv e anytmereo. ill theVToP* :: BEDDING atidFURNITURE'CO.
weeks In The Her W..t Citizen, anewspaper '
of ideas. It is .
i "This a a war a } et owing described land situAte -
published Hi the city
(battle of faiths. It can be won ., of Ii.'Ve"t.; Florida. lying and being in.Monroe -

and peace made lasting ,only if.what s < p noSE: ANTI ORDERED .ifcu, .)rt< 'On the CountyFlorida.bland of Key. t West-wl|: = w-, =
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day of Jul b'. A. P.1S4S. -
believe in is strong Wet and known on ; 'i1 (-
[enough we to win. There is a spiritJual (Seal ClerK) of: 4'the' Clrctilt Ron O Court Sawyer' ; am said A.Island Whitehead's delineated Map of In-. =_ Anything for the Infant and Child > 5'

emotion which underlies* all Monroe; County, 'Florida February A. .IX 1819 a.. pan'o"TraC't'
By: led);Anne C. i.oagworth.ALLAN '. eighteen 18t 5 At the Corner cf =
)rue patrotism and good citizen- epwty Oerk. DUVA' STREET
the R. OI EARl?. JR. described as follow; == SOUTHARD STREET
;);hip itself is dependent upon Lots Six (f) and Seven (H. ,
Solicitor for Plaintiff
iigh sense of moral obligation of jul 2-1.15-231945. P.tock" Five (5) of TractEighteen = ----d =
make .(IS), according to r
he people. The fight to our
the Diagram of: the Webb r
ational faith prevail .in ourselves IN THE CIRrifT-rOIJtT'OF. THfBI.KF.VTH Realty Company recorded in i r_
our homes our country, rb.. ."t. (IK- Plat Book I, page 42. Monroe r
TUT OF Fsoniiu..1a: .A,1:'*D County Florida Records. r
is the fight in which every I FOR. MOMtOK 'CQl' 'IT. l> Commencing at a point ont r Clos.eOut Sale ;

American must take his. part." F'p ...H.o.E". .Case"'.. X.". 1I-O4. : '. ter the North Street Side distant!of Von Southwestrly rhJ!--

BENJAMIN T. GILBERT. from the Corner of
i f North America has more than ." Pla1atttt, Wbalton and Von Phlster r .
| zoo kinds of birds belonging to I vsHARRY.: ,- Streets One Hundred. and -. w
II J.: PERK?-TiERKS.hi ;-. Thirty-nine 129) feet and
75 families. I 'wfe.It 'alive, and 'If \ 'dead,- Three (3) inches and run- r
their r.speetive' link@own-Lehi, stag thence In A Southwesterly -
I ;'"f ; derlAeei legatee. graateer.cre- direction Ninety-five ;;; -:-
(JP WirephOtPBARL'LE Full
Ipternal parasites of livestock ) O I or : _
dtor., spouses' or;other' pZtles< feet and Sis (I) inches: & .
licause an annual loss of 125 million claiming by ahroagh. under ,or '111..neat right angles In a = '
( dollars. :):: 'ARDEN (above), 24. is in j jail at Knoxville; Tenn. against them or eliber' of' them," Northwester; direction :: Single SizeI .5=
charged with the shovel slaying of Mrs. Oscar T. Bradson. Jr. and C 'Ktaety-three C93) feet and ; ...
SU 45) Inchesi thence at :
11 A hog requires about 70 gal- 29. Officers said the pretty/wif. of a wealthy racing car.owner Air. PI3R80X9 HAVi::,b. OR.CUA.1H1NO. right angles In a North. -

It ilons of water, plus feed to died Sunday after a blow on the bead with a shovel while tryingto ANT RHJHT,. TITM5.; easterly direction In..t- od'T .
produce I
OR INTEREST IN ANU TO THK: fire (9a) feet and Six (S) rM
160 pounds of pork protect her husband in'a light with Arden. FOLLOWING DESCtaiR-E1'... Inebes thence at rightangles HOlly")
L.4.NJM. to-wit Government'1 in a Southeasterlydirection ___
One (1) of Section TweBlyV Ninety-three (93)
till In Township Fifty-nine . PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE THURMOND' LOOKS' TO CAMPAIGN uth_ of Range .F rly' ((4 Jtorether FHtOt.- tft the point of beginning. .- --, .' Y _:.: ;:
with rlpartam tl$htM,. You are hereby ordered and required Beds : .. -
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r- containing TwentniCe9) to file your: appearance on _........--===- .. .-- =
4t-acres morn or. l.,s.Cskuatrd .In. August 17th. A. n. U4I. In the .r- -
Monroe County Florida.. above styled cns.- now pending in -
S :jleleada4ts, the Circuit'Court of the eleventh
VOTICJI TO ""Pta;: _. Judicial Circuit of the Stat of Flo I
IV TUB NAMK .QF' .'TIUSTATE ;. rids, .in and. for ;Monroe.County.In Complete l With = i r i
OF FWRIDATO THE DRPENDANaka ; Ilrll.a": F.kaa..r'bbf' Klrke. 11.1 I
HARRY J. DKRKK. 'afi -- wife, are plaintiffs and the &b Mattress
PERKS Isis wlf. < tf .she.. add If named parties are'dd.ndsnill. and 1 Innerspring -
dead their -..ayectre. ;uaknowsheir. (a default of such" appearance, a < -
.. d..I...'; legaesa"; gHpteee. t>ecr.e' 1T6 Confesso will be en. : '
creditor Fpov.eB. fwothfr; panic tered again you. Said cause was I .e" -
& (" .lining by rbrpjsgh.; : ehderi oragalnM Instituted as afareiistd for the I -
: them, or eilh.trot'taetn: purpose of quieting the plaintiffs
and. ALL, PERSONA HAVING.: ORAlMlVtt. tUl to the following described II $45..00 r
I(' ANT -RltlHT.-TjTl.T2, J.nd..U.at... lying .and being InMonroe wII
OR INTEREST' IN ANt TO Tin County. Florida, to-wit: < -
FOLLOWING nnsCRionn On the Island of Key West andknown --

: 1 LANDS Government to-wit Lot .On. (1) atSeethe. head' Map ok William of said A.Island White delineated -

L ; : I Twenty-five (:5) In in February A. U. 1S29 !
TowBRhfp Fiftr...Bln* |S*. as .part of Tract Eighteen (1S) ;:; Close Out Felt Base Linoleums _
.th..f Range
Ae "ra e. Forty (40)East but_better described as follows: -
together with' riparian Lots Six '(I) and Seven (I). '
right. eomalBlag Twenty Uloctr Five (5) nf Tract Kirht. = 9x15 Ft. Si
nine (IS) acre, more br iu. een (!$). according to the Ifia-
situated !.. Monroe County-- gram>ef the Webb Realty Compaayv I t. $4:25: $60:25 $7)5
Florida : recorded in Plat Book 1,
YOU ANr/ EACh OF frou are pae. ..4X ),IoR-. County Florida $9.95 .w.
Pj hereby required to filer! an appear.. Records. Commencing" at a
aura In the above-ntyled. : caiw be. point on. the North Side of Von '' = =-.
fore the Circuit Court of ijoproeCounty. Pblsttr Street distant Southwesterly :
Florida en or before lb. from the Corner of Felt Base Linoleum Runners =
nr HIJI day .of Aiignsc: A. IV (941 tea WballoB) and Von phlaler
'Bill of Complalak brouc-b Street On Hundred and Thlr- -
against you by Benjamin T. Gilbert tyatneil.> feet and Three M 24-Inch 150 Yard cf Stair and Hall .:: .
J'L for the purpose of reforecVesIng tit' lne.e& and running thence : ;
that certain inerttrage. dated In w>9outfewcsterlydirection" 50 .85 "'
'< I! rV October M. A. I 1\ 1I1. wad filed Ninety.five 95l. feel and Six I RUNNER Y d. c Carpeting f&StL Now $1' =
r r for rear In Mortgage Book ''*B Incftest thence at right angle.In =
t..t. Page 11. of the Public Heeort Northwesterly direction .. .
e of Moitro ,Florida.eseamb.ring '
County. Vinety-three Gorerument Lot- One 4<)', lBche*{ thence =t.rlcht a .rgi I Outdoor or Indoor 2-S atedI One BEDROOM Aluminum and Plastic
(1) of Section Twenty-five (lt). l. s-'ia.a ,Northeasterly direction Left
Township Fifty-Bine (it) ,South *f "Nln ty-fve (95) feet and 3-PIECE SECTIONCOUCH
Raage Forty (..> East. togetherwith Six'4 l Inchest" thanea at right CHAISELOUNGE ;
riparian rights contain leg aatfletw In a Southeasterly direcfl COUGHwith
TwcBty.ntn '{0)- cif, '_.r. or **:Nfnety-tbreo (II) feet 1
less situated In (Voor*e *4oVntrt tad sts (*) Inettea. back to the
Florida I otberwt the aU.c ttoa> pe-tU ..t .....i..I.C'. = AIR CUSHIONS ==
.i. T '" of said awora But of Complaint It. A further Ordered that thin
will be taken aa _nfe e4 .T T*.. Order-* published once a week ,Was $69.50 Was $16.05 Vas $69.95 SAH
(IP) PhotoGOV. -S t> te4. at K.r West; .ri r(.a. his for .fur (4) CAOsecutlve weeks InThr .
15th day of July.A IX:-1S4>. K.y. "West Citicem. a newspaper ;Ij
J. STROM THURMOND of South Carolina nominee of States Rights Democrats for the Seal) Ross C Sawyer ol gtnml cimUaUos3 published $39.50 $39.9S
Clerk Circuit Court of 2I, .uroCounty. *- In )1Co..ty-. Florda. 1 $29.50 I Is.
presidency.: is taking a brief rest at,the executive mansion in Columbia. before plunging into a busy Florida DONG AND ORDERED at Key i
campaign. Top: He and his pretty wife. Jean, lean on the iron fence and admix the trees B a: TWest. Monroe C 1lllty. Florida this .
Florence E. Eawytr' 15th day *f July. A. D. 194S.
around the mansion Lower left: Gov. Thurmond. an army colonel in World War II. dresses in Deputy Oerk. (Circuit Court Seal" Ross C Sawyer This M.rebandi.e MUST GO to Make Room. for Our JUVENILE LINES : .....

his military uniform just for old tune's sake and shows wife his decorations and campaign rib PACE Attorney and for AmiERMAV KalnUff By:.,.FI.o"Co"Cl
bons., Lower right: They gather grapes in their mansion vineyard. The governor loves to tinkerwound 1 1000 LABgford .Blag,. -: -; Doha G. Sawyer
with 3Lasli. ..1<<14&. euliiS.23a.t B.USlta4 tee 1111 11111I11111I1111I 1IIIIIIIltl'llli' 11J1l1l111l111lhi{
growing plants. '..' $ )Uti. -Jic .M94I .
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Station the.last,two years, 'has f j I There was little evidence in the I -Sea" water contains on the 1 J)[ Honolulu u governed tw: s
Tropical Freeze I Vessels Leave Wm. Meyers\ OffTCfShangrjLa Order Breeding received orders transferring him I 11 middle of the last century of!I average: in the open sea, from'elected mayor and seven deck
to.;yc-Vosuka.} .. Japan. _There he. America's future greatness. f 3'i to 4 per cent of salts supervisors.
For Miami\ SoonTwo To'JapanescDuty will become active in the flee t t t l -

Plant On ''ac 'titics at the port.
Opens 1 Lt. (jg) Curtis B. Breeding,
vessels that recently arrived
William Mejers. resident of Lt. Breeding is due to arriv 1 LTSN, who has been connected
at Key West Naval Base I Key West for the past seven|I't with the Engineering and Repair I at San Francisco August 5 fo

Grinnell Street I will set sail tomorrow for Miami years left today for Shan,i-La,,J j Department at _Key West_Naval. !..,transportation. to Yokosuka.
,to.spend the weekend, according Isle of Pines Cuba where he r '
to an announcement today at the I hopes he said, to reside permanently -I

They arc the PCE-874, which
FISH CRAWFISH ETC. anived yesterday from Corpus tropical flowers fruits! and trees.I :1I pja
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;I;Christi, Texas with Naval Rescrvista Mr. Meyers articles have been I Located in Ihe Heart of the City
I-ROM LOCAL FISHERMEN aboard from that place appearing in the Key West' Citizen RATES T>nAHfC WRITE or WIRE
and the PCE-346, which arrived for many'.,months, and submitting REASONABLE, IxUUiUO 1 for RESERVATIONS
here recently from Beaumont, stories to',this paper. '. "vrilh:BATH TELEPHONE a
'>Texas. :=j! Mr. Meyers bas .rrittea:' a'' .
Tropical Freeze Plant announces { Ford Miller. t
Ixiuklet, with 10, of his articles Pershing
tcda 's Citizen the
> Apply To Wed ,
bout ,
Key West and *
of its service the fish tropical Hole .# -, Hole!
opening to flowers. He said that he has : ] : Hold1, 1! 5 .: [
etmen of this mmunily. They I An application for a marriage; spent. much money sending more 6 -N.l3rd: 'St.226' N.E.lit AT*.* '-Z29'. NE> : 11 AT. l
new eoiipuny will buy crawfish, l.rtnsc: was filed yesterday in Uw than 6,000 copies of his articlesto SO Rooms 100 Rooms 80 Rooms-
fish and other seafood from local deice of County Judge Raymond all parts of the United States Elevator Elevator -
fishermen!'-resale to a R Lord by Joseph Gonzalez 19,'and Canada and that the pres- Solarium Heated Elevator .
large brokerage company in Chi- of 8C4 Catherine street! dad Aria ent sale cf them is to enable him 3 BLOCKs FROM UNION BUS STATIONMarEd
cago. M Mariscal. 16, of :320 Simonton to finance a forthcoming book !
Owners of the Iix-al plant ale street. !i''entitled "The Miracle of the
the! Monterey Export Associates, 1 j Flowers." ,
Inc.. 2035 V,*, Flagler St, W:ami. A Federal stjdy: shows that I:. "If you know- anyone ill or
Oliver Kemp, son of Chief oi fewer college women are majoring crippled." Mr. Meyers said 'I '
Police Joseph Kemp, is foremanof in home economies than in, will appreciate your sending the I DRESS
the plant with L. P. Swanson, i i recent years.' i. name to me in Cuba. I will send z
manager of the new concern. j i that person a copy of the book- SHOP
Swanson started in the fish bx>-, The,Elephant Bird from Madagascar -:''let, and original photograph of (
mess 35 years ago in Chicago.. : stood almost 10tfeet .tall I the Night Blooming Cereus;(the Owned and Operated by Edna Miller and Mary Caraballo .
and has dealt with cortderns all and weighed up to 1,000 pound''Moon Goddess) with your compliments a
ever the globe. '. I 'I'II 'I free.**" 417 Duval Street Opposite} La Concha Hotel] M :ia
Swanson will supervise the The early bicycle was often
packing, grading and freezing of.I called a Boneshaker. I|
the seafood purchased by his]I I Ii I Fall Clearance Sale
firm.An | i, I
Freeze official Plant stated of the today Tropical"1fwe ]I!: ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIES :t i iI Starts SATURDAY, 9:00 A. l.

get enough to supply our demand -j! and EQUIPMENT I .. *
we will remain in Key|1126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 I II 1 OISE RACK .
West, otherwise we will have to,'I Let us give you an estimate on I II 1a $100 $100 -. .
go to some other"field where we 1 I I Reconditioning your old TypeIf DRESSES :
can get volume. i I\f writer or' Adding Machine i i E. _
The new intends in
the next few company days if feasible to, We Will Trade Your Oldj '. -- ::i \
get fish from as far' north as I I I Machines for New ONE RACK
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Tropical freeze plant is locatedat TYPEWRITERS Allen Wales &
301 Grinnell street. corner of ,Remington ADDING MACHINES $3 S3
Caroline street, and they are and R. C. Allen COMBINATION
open twenty-four hours a day I I CASH REGISTERS t, F
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