The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00206
 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 26, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00206
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West, Florida, has thti '' ated Press Day Wire
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'moat equable climate in the ijt.11' I K-: : eatures1 and Photo Berates

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country, with an average r Devoted to th

range only 14* Fahrenheit .. : : : ... -V Interests of Key West
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NVOL. LXIX. No. 17?. : ,- .. KEY WEST, FLoRID MONDAY, JULY 26, 1948 .:" .., ', PRICE FIVE CENT.

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-. CARNIVAL", SPIRIT, AT WALLACE* 'BETING 'j'jI I Dental l Medical'

Chamber Appeals I IFor.PubliasFunds % Key West
t Building

I r.Kf ams! For Pupilst

; 1lttsjl: 1 t Qf Harris'School

: :: I |*%\.Tne medical and. dental exam Faces Sliutd wn' \ 133!

ToCITES Mvettsetcit.y' w tion- pf the first'ernuP: at chilpren -

,I who registered last May '
f.r the first'grade at Harris

EFFORT10. GET r Yt School will be held tomorrow Shortage t Of Cement
ACE'a :
V j l 'morning at 8.45 .o'clock in the ,
Monroe County Clinic,, Fleming _
COUNTY) l\1ark\
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5,000()( iTO crs.Being I t ,and Thomas streets with Drs.

iflUCIZE/ KEY, I,Parramore: and Cobo in charge. NATION Fl\CES..SHORtAGE, OF CEl\JEl\'T'\| $ toCK; .
Placed On Trees children whose last
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WF"rAl ''I rjanie:begins from A through 0 IN))USTRY's. ALSO FACINQ I I I manufacture. cement: block, K reported
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today to have shut down
appeal for public funds with E., H. Lot today. began the' are their expected mothers or to fathers be. there'with or some i I' CLOSING V DO.WN" .. *. I I 1 I its plant because of a shortage

work -of. "atkirt.1'some 60 or r of cement It is believed there
y ida to advertise and publicize- ; i older. persons 'for: this examination : -. All.n.w-construction, in "Key. West is ,.being'! slowed. down and will not be enough cement bhx.k -
more treesshrubs" and bushes [ -which'should not be con- .
fT y/e5tjis| contained in. the around ey.'w.s fused' with the immunization! schedul to cease entirely at Ieaatliep1Novezzrbeg.o. December; to build even a small residencein :
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July: Bulletin released today.'bJ" sabots f that have been given. ta a result' of a 'Ibof geof: cement;; : 'a short time. It takes cement
With the Cooperation '
the', Chamfer of 'Commerce.: 4 } ; ( of the [r- The:.other children'will in- This-wrsscm: today in the statement jnadeby 1 F.. F. V&nlandingi i 'also to build a concrete. block

It tells first of the appearance_..IJpy Scouts; more.- than 200 formed-later -of.the date; of their i ham i lopal! manager of the Lind4ey'lwnher! Company!-wlh'= im- residence.:
markers' suitably1 inscribed 'with examination. i ports 'a large vplurn;, Q(.cemen' : "South Florida is faced with a
before the Monroo County Commission -'' .,the bathes, _"of jthe ;trees' :and] {I II It summer roundup-commit- trios, Key West; tand''l shortage of cement" oaid. Vanandingham. -

>of President Edwin- shrubs are :being distributed j! tee;;of Harris School P.-TA. comprises The fhortage; of 'cet' eri'tlSn'J'I[ Iff percent; of lime. .It costs t "In Dade county
Trevor and William\ hJI1fJld'-;. :; >-TtYCS-and'truba iit view .Mrs." Neil l Knowles, Malcolm -: purdl10cat; .VanlandinKhare said I $U5. a.50-poupd bag the shortage already is having JU:;
the chamber's finance.corn/nrtjee'' t : Bay t Sawyer, Glenn West and It is national! ,and,. theshortage-i\; The.tindsley company 'norm- effect The biggest manufacturer -
6 when : Park-and;ether! public grpunds, 1 j I !I Robert t)opp;: due Jargely. to the heavy clip I I'allS> sclls'between: 1.200: 'add* 1.500 T>f concrete block in Dude'
July they&*kcd"that-'j$5-:;$ : :iri tie( =t:6nvent'property'and'bn' 1 1private rWAtLACE1 btructibn In the north-, and; :the j jtremendous bad;6f*cemenL a week in Key county is closed down by a luck l

000 be Included in the ,l'Uuntr..s:' i .*,.properties. 'throughout 'I HEAR : : road building; :programjthaare West.. 'The'' corjipanr'! _**>lcs. dcparfmenf of supply of cement.

new budget for' the purpose 'of] .thq! "c ti 7have': been located and I Win,1\"EiI rds.'Uied'Ycslerday'c ; ..under way. ,in the j I. : has:informed Vanlandrnghard -t I "We, have" plenty of white ce-
advertising. Key West and [Moa-. : e..ljefrig "marked-: Lutz Sis: going ; that all he Jfan expect
It Various states mcnt but virtually out
HlBlMlIl : we.are
roc County next, ;year; :into.private .grounds for. flic purpo&e .1 II : t hereafter 'h ii shipment .t>f I2-1
It ilcnitcd.that of markin;' the trec3 if he !t The local suppliers of moment :I bags: ,week, 'about UTpercent of" of grry cement, the Vominon
states that Trevor
r .can.;st "permission: !I have plenty pf white cement ,ori the liorraal.. consumption 'here building type. Bob Dillard, forincrly -

the Navy! isthe.. county. 's:.., "T1? .;"n1a klng campaign is' bej.j I William A. Edwards: .76. died hand.but_ it is,-more. costly I It -SJnce it. take front l.:OOD to I l500 1.- of the Key West oWe: of,
liHgett payroll. ; : iris*financed. "by -tile :Key 'We...t J Sunday 'morning ther residence ,bagar of the',"rcr foment to the Lhidslc: Lomb Compan't
'"If this source ;;of revenue Chamber, _.Comnifrce" and -the I I of his. son, Rvy Edwards, 325 costs $2.66 a bag of 10O( pounds b ilf( jfioteT_ front 500 'to 750 is one'of our executives at prevent
.Kcy'"West lintel and R-staurant I -- -- '. "* Georgia street. as compared with; $!$1.75.94pound: 'z bags; ,to,build a toamcrgisl i ,5lru making a trip tepee if he c.n
should be. cut in the future l ;/ ? i &( ) WirVphptp 11 I increase .
Association. The-markers were' Funeral service, will be" held bag1 for the grey cement- ture"BivJ'from :35'to" 50 bags to oar'supply.I
area will be more dependent' drilled_ by .the"" Thompson Box i, A HILLBILLY BAND"and 11 merrygo.roundride past the Belie. Z o'clock:tomorrow .afternoon in 'It is .also reported", that the I local ': but.d.even': a fp rs3 .rr'rjcncs" it j I V"Unless, we can increase our
Upon tourist.; than it is now.saysthe ; : Funeral 1 J can'be 'ti en..what.. a.shipment rff supply I'feel that Key Wr.T. a.,
..Crnnpsin! Imd the: -lumber was i rue Stratford hotel in Philadelphia -where the.. Henry..'Wallace, tbe chapel of the Lopez material men }have plentyof -
Bulletin. "It is vital"'that t the'supplied' Lumber } Itome-. J bagsof'cergetf:_ a': 1 well as other po nU throughout)
bythe. Cheeky : Third Party .convention: was in session.. WallacaVparty.. headquarters the .O-C called mortar mils \v ich((123 :e'flt.vill!
> :Ben / the nation will face !
community spend nibre' on tour Company? ,. I were in the' hoteL : .v : ,Roger Louis' of Grace andTnrth' '" : I a crippling
ist development at n'-e._ 'J 1- ,. -' '- _": -" ''' Hall;will officiate Burialwill consists of.90 ..percent of:cementAMERICANS -Charles" Topping &. Sqns! vyJiu or the building_ i industry."
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be:In the family plot.in City ...
"It was "stated at the heating J .Two i Amplifiers : ;' : -. -.-. --.-
by President TrevclS that -the.$5.- : Cemetery.V
SPECIAL SESSION OF of the deceased in-' '
'000 would be spent for tourist AND
i: Foundm dude: two sonS,-William Edwards;
promotion entirely and 'that |I
I of El wood.,HI_ and Roy Edwards .

vouchers each month would to the Hoard-prespted of Court-1: J 1 I I!I i' -Two.'amplifiers that were stolen CONGRESS' CONVENED' otKey West: three brothers; John'

ty Commissioners :showing how at different. times from the I .; ,Mwar4s anis Qf of Miami Tampa.and'Weiner Louis: Ed Ed- ., STRIKE
the money was used The\ fiJncU/ Citjt Pcreatit, .. epartment'at
'' four
West <'grand-
wards of Key :
ho'told them, would not>> be.used Bayyicw Park: hero found yes- EXPECT HOT" FIGHTS: ] }hilydtrn -and two great-gran. :!-' .
fofr salal ics or organizational 1 -, terday1' '' in 'the' ,Atlantic "off the I : : childrenMr. ; OF BERLIN

pcnses but for toujrit..promotion'entirely. south -alK'h..o1 nooaeyclt foou-. -' Edwards was a building\ .
i leva -d. it was 'announced today 4< -'. ; Weal for manvyears. ," '--. .I ,
I Rellubaktu ,With .CojiiIfsl ; contrac! or/in Key : -
The commissioner-? included., by Citf..Maria. er. Ralph ,D. Order. To Stop! Surface*

the amount but. at in meeting heir tentativebudgpt .August .' Spalding.,'The: I Fire( : J In VirginiaSt. I !*. At" Ilotutt\ .lieu itt .,' .J rrl4lfic"'" ..0r3TJixiitua1in ; '
: a : amplif ters. ,were, both I I : I Origiualing!! !j 1 EXPLODEMINE:
2.' it is ,understood, the amount' '?"nd-.tbgrtlier'b' fisherman.": ,llejil *Called( .;HaeI. t o' JlP lf'p: 'i l J'/f1 j .
is subject 'to being. slash&L. 'OqAugust2 .laid Manascr: .Spalding. The in- .. ; : & It'Rue4ianIOIW '
-= : the butigetJssrhedyt.pSXrun\"nts-.were.oC-JRol;$. e to the : .;, Libel' I,1.'*.1ioow lrott.) "...-"..::.." .-;. -' .tf j;; @*,I' H4 f k 1 :; .' I '

i ed for final a opHon. 'Chambers'ol : .t11 i e4r The .v naSlO., .,'Stoletbemrure ,I i. i = ". ?. "fJ j SUNDAY .
: Cojnmorce in e rlY' *ll'roun. .- ;jbeinir "axightnd; if At. Blaze i Scene' : ..P.1i..i..Hia.; : ...:. ..::, .'". tqr oiliill gSelS016( : < j, FOUND;
tics ih, Florida receive'help.fromtax they safe caught 'we will deal ]i WASIIINGTON( ,' JulY: 26.-'The .1 tA. Til* ,4a..I.e4wBERLIN. ; f***+*'
Out neighbors. Miami with .severely,1*' .of'a' : $ 'July 28-American| :'
money. them Fire the West ufi-
gutted the interior Although Key
: special oF congxess'n'vend
..'t I I and British commanders here] <
and.Miami' |leach-use $495 Woman's'dub AT
000 a year. of public tax funds_ for '- home owned by Fred Wilkerson; -at .'noon today: :. '. it ::r;. cx : ness, and,astivities Professional'have" slowed have struck back hard at'the: j VERNIER

promotion. f _Application) For J colored, at 211 Virginia .street pecicd' tha( jt) <;swill 'jesuft'''m;, aknock9l't i down somewhat during the summer Russians. 'who still 'refuse to {1 ... .
"Others in addition tnhotels< j l : fight .between+ ,3 Feast. months. President Wilhelm- raise their blockade' 'of 'west. rn .J. V

and restaurants get<< indirect :1|r Sightseeing[ RusTALLAHASSEE. approximately 'dent- 'Truman\ and' tfrb. COP...-; ina Harvey, is looking.forward to J Berlin. j MineExMiri' : | Flomi, ;" To"r

revenue from every tourist .dol-1| i Fire Chief Leroy Torres.,' ,.-. Repubtjcpns ''g ner Uy\ -iverr another: year of .sutcessful I I TodaY the commanders- the>' .J UhiccAek: Aiiit Ueion- sent here by the Indian Head
lar spent; in the community.-- .in-::!r achievement for the fluff, by. her.careful : western ;zones issuedian order] . .:; the
directly, the entire population f..i..a.l: if..t a ('Itt_. j At. the scene of the fire. 'Pa: ,repo.rlcil", be .in : fbjtVer.Ppod: j I (forbidding 'the j passage through; authorities identified ob-
; 6., Howard Harris aa.re ted selection 'of' -standing files -'t., igc. ,.SJ cl. ,CyIindcr .: ject which had floated in as a
receives benefit when a visitor July -Application -:jtrolman :> not only because TeyFtveer) gaffed committee heads. ; : their.zo"e:; :& of .any, supplies that .
of J, T EULj.of OrlanHo I Otis Reynolds 'also colored ;back'to'WaShing'tonl S trie.ftc ht ;: in trie' .tj, V. min .
spends a dollar here. I' a -e Following her summer vacation -,I originate pr terminate ', .. I .
Then L! detonating
Yeager placed a -
for; state: ,certificate a'u horizing j
"Why then shouldn't' every- i ropmer in the Wilkerson.home'. erthe tiitlirper: 'juf.ass.: because iri .the Carolinas Program Russian zone.The' counter ; "* j
<- i ,charge, after being sure
one help carry *the load?. Public sightseeing tours in Flor- m{ Chairman Grace. !i I thrust 'will affect all types -of J't '
of intoxication, rr.any't Coordination With that. could
ida will be :considered the on charges disorderly : 'Jwy"political: )' ; .a. roar" be no one wa in the vicinity
The by 4raf f icv "
tax is the answer. surface "| I
tourist money: business in Florida j.. in .Florida Railroad and' Public 1 conduct and using profane'' fights in Ihcir-. )hgrite.dialiic ;in the Crosby: years will work have ready hfer'p'lan to'present'at forj;'t I In stepping up further the re-,i heard for miles,,:the mine which against the mine and touched: it
creasing. It is lncre-nng in Key *.iHtipq.i .on-mi..i on ,at a pub- l language. Firemen say that Reynolds races for re-election. the September meeting ceipt of supplies in the western drifted into Dove Creek about off. The huge steel monster

West too. Other cities. arc edvertisinc -., lic hearing- Orlando. July 30. : interfered with their work The civil -VigHts platforms i : of Plans for National ..Business zone General Clay announced one and one-half miles''north: ofTavernier smashed with a loud roar and

extensively. however. luis'has asked for permissionto lot putting out the fire. both! parties' are expected 'to.,be Woman's Week from October that all American cargoplanes by ,.TIaval Vras exploded mine disposal Sunday i scattered Commander sand Eli and Vinock rocks widely USN,
wish sightseers to",all the ai' into service be- a
and unless we .to secure just transport will be'pressed '
{ Chief Torres also said it was discussed on the floors of the 10th to. 16th are already beingformed expert from Indian Head Maryland !,operations officer of Key We3t
the business the normal trend", principal tourist attractions in Si-. tween the western zone of 'Ber- -
=his belief the fire of incendiary and the house and to T>y Mrs. Marionne Naval Base who notified
was senate provide was.
leaving ''from Win- other
will bring us and not more, wemust .the state, will her lin and supply depots in 1:
who name
origin. Reynolds to be charges and counter charges mone. soon Shortly after arriving at Dove Sunday the mine had been loca-
go out after it ter Park and Orlando. was areas. In that way. it is expect |
: __ __. committee., Creek yesterday Lt M. L..I l Dove said it
fig) I ted at Creek was
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questioned closely; \ by
between Dcm and GeneralClay's estimateof
Repub Hall Instituted ed that
Girls Day at City was -,I
Yeagfr, USN, a mine expert (Continued: On Page Three)
I and Police Chief Joseph will reach
4.500 tons freight
the ojf
. SURRENDERS AFTER CRIMp WAVE licans. last year as a part of -

....... Kemp later tbday. \I[ Truman supporter.} declare week's program and the "Brine; the American. .French and Brit INSPECT SLAIN FUGI yiS BODY = I
Your Boss To Dinner" banquet ish zones every day. .
that the civil tightsRepublican '
.. i 1 served to enlighten Key West I (London reported that two _+r_, ,' -
BATTERIES CHARGED platform.is;merely a web of generalities business people' as to the prime representatives of the United 3
: J'| while Republicans re- (Continued On Page Eight; ) -
+ The Modern Way j functions of the organiation. I '
ply that the Democratic plat-- I Standing committee appointments I
Del. In. in 30 to 45 minute and
v .. in-
form on: that subject is.a caich- made by- Mrs. ttarvey
your ear can b* on its way I j jUu I Stark educationend FOR SALE! FOR SALE!
L'I clude: Marion
Smith AUTO SERVICEPhono vote affair vocation; Elizabeth Schneider -' Ml Ford( Can'-?. '41 PlymouthCon.'t i I !
Housing, Social Security and Coo'-t.. 1 I
SteU Clesinski, :- 41 Hudson
No. S Whit at rJetIWI finance;
price control tills are other matters 1 I
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that are expected to cause NAVARRO, Incorporated

: wide-open: breaks between Ee- T'---- '' Oppo it.. But, Station |t
I publicans and _DerhpctaVi r _
I! Palace Theater BRADY'S ii

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Franchot Tnne and Janet Blair in Plastic Nu-Flo POULTRY ..ExteriorPlywood
'+rE I NEWS and SHORTS, I j I .AUTO PAINT'Roy' 1214 Whit* Street Pboo $4ft
k _. ._ .. 1 STRUISK LUMBER YARfl ] 3'
E > i (I II Key Wen. Auto Parts .... .. .w w
121 Duval_ Si PbODa3D" <|2 r i.i '
MS Chevrolet 4-Dt.. i -, w.
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SERVICE iTTATION .Sed. :Vety C1fta.Radio i .- --
Francis,_at Division. Phone 9134 47 Prrmovth' Chair CpewOftly I "
r I .It 11 .t: WIC nralrrI SPECIAL 81895 Foj' Sal.Ct.I
7.000 Miles.Radio .
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l...Ljl UO Ch r T YiHir OH 1348 ROYAL CJU\YSLER- J II HAVARRO. IncBtM : sM
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: 8199500 I 37 Plymouth Coupe
Very Clean .. Ooosite Station
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Peter.. Peter beefsteak Eatr- I Ml" PLYMOUTH CONVERJ095 Have Your Car I 4.Doo-cHAMPIOH-
J Had a wife and did he keep ert nBLE.s Dressed \ '47:Sittdeb .kcr" M *
L:: T He brought her out here- every. &cIi: '..f ; Up I 2- oor-CHAMPION, i

night- 1941 HUDSON CONVEB"BLE AJr .. '
Painting! 544.95 )On '49 Studebaker
(*) Wirephoto And had Champagne till theygot -" u {/Pi Wirept'io6UMKCB
$89500 .I-TOJ! TRUCKTwins I.
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ROBERT MURt DANIELS Jcttterf( ) is.la C custody, of Sheriff F. .-As Shakespeare didnt cay Bargain J, .WALTXHSI (lift).. at ; tant county prosecutor, and
Ray Shaffer and Sumner J. 'Walteis'11' (ia d rwaJ'J.) ,as&ist&JIt "You can lead a girl to water but 1341 FORD CONVERTIBLES by Tom and Sam :'Garage."Your f 14 untda'atifi tBI heat Impact the body of John C. West (cq)

county prosecutor, at. Va Wert.-. >6hlo'Fridiy. after hi and a why disappoint her?" S? s 95Sfl0 Experts: In This LIM : .al Va..| W.rt, Oljif/Triday.: West VM alaln In-a gun battle with

young fugitive companion wr cltr dwith killing seven persons .... !. '. .Fi DdJy l >;otka"pff tx ',rltat ba and a fellow fugitiva were cornarrd.TWy. .

In a 14diy'crimtwave.: Thacompanion: John C. West. WEAVER'SCLOSED : NAVARRO IK. Monroe Motors,. .Inc., Studebaker Dealer >, ha4 boat cbargod with killing seven persona la a 14-day
24 was slain and Daniel captured" after, a' gua battl withpolM lilt White St. Phone 715 M30.": crime.war. Tbf,companion. Robert Mart.Daniels. surrendered
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Published Dally Kxeept Sunday iyAORMAN : Radio Programs DANCE ON THE DESERT Key West In
L P. ARTJLL". Owe* sd "' Ua_ Does a communist Know how to ; '-.
D.ARTMAM.B..! *.. MaMce* ............. ........ Drg' ,.
From The Cltlien Building smile_? We have seen picture of hundreds
Corner Green. and Ana Street Days Gone \
Only Dally; Newspaper_ In Key w..t aadMoar of c communist from Joe Stalin on down the Daytima Summary J By Florence- TheelA!} i ByAS

County line -communist .. listed ..... N.w to the guttersnipe type of Selected programs t ak S TAKEN FROM FILES Or
-' entered at Key; West. Florida. a. saeond class matUrMRMSER are broadcast at the tame tint Men*
,- and 'we have yet to see one smng. Probably day thr uflH Frid '. Barter tocal i I THE CITIZEN OF
OP THE ASSOCIATED! PHESB time.For central subtract.*. heur; Chapter 24 What's the matter? Tired! he one. Bert!" she asked him casu JULY 28. 133
entitled topee communist's lips forget how to for Mountafl subtract two hevr. ,solicitously. ally.
Toe Auoclated Press Is excluslyely; a Efleen? asked i,
for reproduction of all news dlcpatcbes! credited 'ttrHAT c&uld: be keeping She gave him a fain smile. T Bert frowned a moment at"the ,/IIVIUtI ''''.'nn'
to It or not otherwlM I credited' la. this paper'andi fashion a smile when he identifies himself JULY 26 THROUGH JUlY 30 Bert was getting womec!. have a little headache, I guess" title. "Do you think that you can I JI| Otto kirchh Tner. admiJlI
Iso the local new. published here.SUBSCRIPTION with the Kremlin or its cohorts. II' Here it W. after six o'clock and Pete shot a 'look at both of put it over?" istrator of the as
esUtp of J. UI:
: N.,1.5Oltoniymoon _
Eileen flushed.
RATESthree Palm them. going to
One Tear -l .tO Former Prime \Minister :Winston In N..T.-nb she wasiiJk- from "''Yo should- have.a headache" try totanyway. Wood has sold 180 acres! oh KeV

':;Is Month. .- .. MS.-.. Churchill gives; a punchfifl i thumbnail Breakfast Club-abe .- '- Springs yet with Mr..Halliday. lie said and bent to tighten the She held the music up for the ;, Vacas to Norberg Thompson, ahd
MonthsLme 1:15-Barayard Follies-cba bt diners had A.
first wd band to Maitland
1.0e Ozark Folk.-mW I The er strings oi his guitar. see. Adams.
; MocthWeekly or"tolotov. Valley
.Ii sketch the Russian .Commis- 100: -Fred Waring Show-cbo arrived, mostly regular customers Eileen looked briefly at Bert, -Sure she can put it over.* Phil '

:. sar, in Churchill's history of, World War Music For You-cbs business people-from tag,resort but she didn't answer. She passed Meredith said encouragingly. \ Three major projects 'are being
Aly Story the tables and went backto And Eileen did! ,\ i.
-# Made Known on Application II. He speaks of Molot v's cannonball 10: -Hour of Serials! -nb ___ The waiters wet hovering among her room. ,. She sang it with a dash and. considered by the County

.,: SPECIAL JIOT1CK' .- head 1* flat face and taut lips that appar- Sing Say. It Along With All reading notices rarda ot thanks; resolutions 11:00-Arthur Godfrey Show *bBreakfast' .l savory veal coteptnl, the eveping's to sing again, Mr. Halliday She had stepped out of her character today. They area municipaL
of rerpect. obituary notices poems,, etc, will., b.harlJ.d .'ntly! are. unable to stretch into a'smile. In Hollywood-abe came! up to the bandstand. completely. And the ap- ;; airport, bathing beach and
for at the rat. of 10 ceats a line.'. ; specialty.The .. "
11:30-Ben Alexander Slutw-mbs "Eileen doesn'tfeel to an- plause that.she received almost swimming
Notices for entertainment by churches 'from'wblcbt Life ,at best has drawbacks and In their Spanish uniforms -, up pool. ,j
.11:45 Serial S,. brs. cbs band, Bert. Gloria's. I
revenue I. to be derived are I cent m Ih...' other song ;.tonight, Tony equalled if,.
The Citizen Is an open forum and, Invites ds-| heartaches but if we are to go through it Aft...... had already played two says he'll take'over her spot. Eileen -bowed herself off the ) Harry .
uvslrn of public Issues and subjects of local or numbers. Eileen-should be on the "'Okay.Bert said feeling uneasy platform. into the corridor.. Knight and El well Roberts >
general Intereat. but It Will not publ.jh anonymous glum and morose as the communists do, 12:00: -Welcome Traveler*-abe will be *\
4_- commualcaUofcs.MEMBER;<< 12:30-Words and Musle, -nbo platform now. She still,sang first. again. "Tell her to take an -This time the crowd demanded .given the initiator
I while' they 'forever scheme against free 1:00-Music Half Hour-nix a!* on their opening night Gloria aspirin and try to get: some an encore. But Eileen didn't rej J j degree aH a> meeting tomorrow

live ZC>>Double or Nothing-nbc following young Jerry roping sleep." V itirirvrifBnb'. ijrfft'fR. turn. night of thei Rdbert J. Perry
then would be better not to ,
people, Queen for a Day-nibs act and Tony filling In with his Bert stepped.out into the corridor Chapter. Order f DeMolay, '4
it, for the only peacelies in the grave. 2:30-Serials for JV4 hr .-nbeBride r :. Italian. arias whenever he could} \: HALLIDAY went back ton after her. Eileen, hey! _
and Groom-abe t *V don a,clean hat and apron and talk with Mrs. McLane at th* Comeback here." _. > !I '
((8)) 7948 Communists are, .not.at ease : amongthemselvei. Martin Block'Seated aeordsiW350Lades abo : *. leave his kitchen. cash desk, then he. too.went towards "Sorry! *v- Captain Franc \.. lwgh, USA'
: : Be -
according to many an authentic 3:3O-The House PartycbsSecond : : ,They always save the best acts their living quarters in Bert's face blanched as Eileen retired, who died yesterday wJ
Honeymoon!>C f for.last .in vaudeville, too." Eileen the wing once used,fay the servants gave him a backward glance over buried at sea today,l5aIing to
story that has come"' out 'of Russia. Assassination 4C>>Hint Hunt Quizcb'rf: f l had .said. But her smile, of the wealthy owner. Mr, her shoulder. She caught up her a wish he had expres1'mf..huIlWI'
For the L.UYV Mike-ibjCQ 'had remark returning to Los furred coat and suitcase and
is eared by ,Russian leaders, somehow;. robbed the Halliday wa I[ times. He had rvsided'tbi Ke
I .
430-Wlnner Tabs AlWcte cattishnessr Angeles. Bert, was going to;miss went out through a rear door. West eleven His
and the common people inIjussia\ are Treasury Band Show-abe him and his valuable eounsel His He went back to the bandstand, years. bodYQ"
8:00-Treasury Bandstand-cb if'she didn't come soon, Gloria him stunned. His hands shook ,he taken to sea off Key West Ira'coast .r
would doubtless miss as
afraid -confide, even -in :members of Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 hr. would haTe to take her spot. But mother
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST later)-abe and mbs even mote than he. How deep picked up his baton. He led,them guard vessel' and servicW
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN I their families. 5:45-Lum and Abner-cbs-eut.: alter. the nerve-wracking Davis scene he was their interest in each other, in a foxtrot and. disregarding were held on the deck<< of theboat
.. he'd had with Blackey the quickly brought the instruments
Bert wondered. score, -
A few months stbry out had made her lie down and takeit -
I ago a came Sweet the she'd Suppose he ana. his mother to fortiiimo. But:the _
1. More Hotels and Apartments. of Russia i _of a 12-year-old boy who informed clung easy.! to him. way should get married-Mr. Halliday playing wasn't loud enough to Harry Baldwin first assistant:
that drown slamming a car
: 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. authorities about the anti-communist Itelooked: from his watch, become his stepfather. Well keeper of the lighthouse at Carys-
I Eastern' Local Trm r.rcsntral up would be.all right with him.I -Mr. HaUiday's-as' Eileen abd
3. Airports-Land and Sea. I conversations his parents and elder brother subtract ,sf5 hour. 'or'", oueta..' and,saW Eileen entering the hall Funny how a fellow's mind could he drove off.Looking ., fort Reef arrived in Key West
0 4. Consolidation of County and ; subtract two hours. Some local .'... w yfrom: their living duarters.. with him, even ,while out the window, Pete yesterday on his quarterly vaca
City Governments. I frequently had resulting in their art local t.ona schedules.change hour.Last of-,minute relay t.pro.fit fastening her earrings. She had runaway he was conducting( a dance band. saw ,them,go too.: He looked at tion. -

5. Community-Auditorium., rest. happened to them nobody grass changes! cannot, be .included.MONDAY : returned without letting him He said to Charlie, Morrison Bert as'though to say "I told you f
:: t What and had evidently )burned
know Til take'this bne. Charlie and soN, And.when the number,was Mrs. George May: of Pensa
knows except the Russian police who JULY 26 into.her white-sequined dress.. laid down his baton to play the finished he said with the same cola is visting her daughter; _
She sang the waltz song Bert solo himself, on his tenor sat sort of smile. "What did she do. I I _
are ju.t. as ruthless as! the Gestapo;: was at Evening had said had been written just i At midnight when the crowds Bert.Give you the brush-off for 1 Mrs. Hugh Williams. :

the height of German power! .:DO-News Report. 15 MIn.' -nbo for her. But tonight she put'nc were thinning, out, Eileen'came .the rich guy?" '
: MONOGRAPH Newscast- Every Hour Day-'cbs-abc-east: heart in it, and even seemed glad out unexpectedly. She seemed refreshed Bert stood looking at him. But .I| Mr. and Mrs. Stanley MearesJ;
:Network: Silent
I Those Americans who abuse: the U. Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-west i I when it was over. -The applause even a little excited. She he didn't answer. ,With a sinking who had been visiting Mr. ,..nd'Mrs.
: 1 Dear Readers: S. government should go to Russia become Network; Silent (1 hr.)-mbs-east ,i I,'was just polite.- indifferent. had one of Gloria's torch songsin feeling of defeat he was askinghimself Melvin L. Russell Margaret'
: it should be under- r Kiddies Itour (repeat)-mbs-west i "Let's skip the encore please, her hand. the same question.. I street, returned yesterday to
The Citizen a communist and then indulge. in !:1S--Sports: Music Time-nboV I shall "How- about singing this -- IT. be coltUnuedi
we?, my Miami.
In My Opinion-cbs .I\ert.: i their home in
I t stood serves the public interest by'giving I freedom of 'speech, as they had done in i:30-Xfnslc Tlm.cbs.eaat1:45Newscast : ; -- -- -- ----- -------- -- ,

: free publicity to many non-pri,fita- the United States. It would not be long Lowell: Thomas by (Three repeat-nbc ID-tbs I l- I I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pierce en-1"

'. ble activities. I before they would be ,treated the 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basic TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES I tertained friends at a swim:
; as were
j ; The Lewis Show-cbs lI. LETTER i I ming party yesterday in the
:News:- and Commentary-abe I I.I.LOUISA'S
: THE .ORACLE parents and elder. brother? of the 12-year- Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs nt I (Know America) Naval Station pooL ft....
old informant.-* 7:15-News and Comment- -
Dally Commentary-a be. 1739-George Clinton soldierof
in aM
The Citizen i
There is little. to life;'if one alwayshas News: Dinner l>ate-mbs I Today says '*
: : Dear Louisa I I times
7:30-Van Damme Quintet-nb : the Revolution seven editorial paragraph: --

WILDLIFE VIOLATIONSThere to be on pins and needles' ," as are com Jerry Lone Ranker Wayne! Show Drama--ct abe! I am a widow of forty-seven and a'Christian. Don't say.:elected governor of New York "Don't work like a horse for

munists Russia. Henry J. Taylormbs7:45Kaltenborn that old people can't fall in love for I love this gentleman more j 1 4th i Vice President born in Ul- your money and then spend i it(

were 400 game and fish viola- News Droadcazt-cbs Comment-abe than all the world. He doesn't know how I feel about him and:!.ster Co.. N. Y. Died April 20, like an ass." j

Sports Comment-mbs I I do not know his address but he asked for 'i 1812. -. \ ,
present me only one
tions in Florida last month according to Idleness is the re'ugef weak minds While America's population 1 Is.
CFI..t C Piano Quartet-nbc I 1796-George Catlin. famous .
hour ,with me when he returned and I'm. sUre it was no faultof
Florida Wildlife. This wa 159 more than rind the holiday of fools.-Lord Chesterfield Inner AVarnow's Sanctum.SoundofT Mntery-cb.: _bc : his that he did not return. 1 i artist-author on the American Indian steadily climbing, the -
The Falcon Adventure-mbst.30 born in Wilkesbarre Pa. of dairy cows on farms producing -
the previous month .violations. Almost .. -Howard Barlow Concert-nto A very nice and:'wealthy man has asked fne to marry him. Died Dec. 23, 1872. milk is going down-frooj,
Cabin B'lS Prama-cbs He knows that I do not( love him and he be second best ,
cart only 1 1
January ,
Babbitt Boston in- 27770.000 on \
1799 Isaac
Rex Maopin Music-abe )
half of the total, 168, were found guiltyof LABOR HELPING Gregory hood Drama-mb. )I with me but he is like me alone in the world and lonely! ShouldI 1 I ventor-manufacturer of bearing 145. to 25,165,000 on January! 1 ,

fishing without a license. Seventyseven LEADERS, '. :&&-Billy Rose Comment-robs marry him or fac the empty years ahead? I metal and S the railroad journal 11948. \f

were convicted for taking undersized S*.0 Our-Vonrhees:Miss Brooks Concert-cbs Guest-nba I I ., :"f. t'*. B.- B.. -Va. I I box born'at Taunton, Mass. Died .

fish- while 50 others exceed d-their bag I ,. The'-Economic Cooperation Administration Gabriel Marfro Whitemao Healter.( C Show mm<<'abeJ?-! *} Answer"i. i it l h f .J't_ *"*. May 26, 1862. ii
: f 1-:;-News Br&ucaht.tbI % } ** 4 ,: :Did you know'the first mdn.well or was he some one you 1843-((100 years ago) John D. ,
limit on fish. Several were fined for illegal ,,headed by Paul G. Hoffman, -Dr. I. Show nbo ]I Archbold, pioneer Pennsylvaniaoil
: Q. Quiz had known only a short time? There are a great many men .
firing or possession of guns y, which. isjthe active agency in! connection T'Uet. Mr. Rich Tutt Quick Comedv Quiz-cbs-abe i who have a good line and can be most attractive but who are man, taken m by Standard Oil! Let Us; Help You

The heaviest fines were $200 assessed ,with stir urEurftpean"'" Recover Program, Quiet Please Drama-mbsS5 only amusing themselves with every female they meet. If hew 1[because they could not lick him I''I _
1: -Bill Henry Newscast-mbs vice president and John D.'s successor -
against two St. Lucie County residents has on.its _staff a number of important leaderS 1OOOContnted ConeertpbcVaughn one of f these he has probably never given you a thought 1) as president, born Lees-. Plan Your Floors/

:! for illegal possession of doe. ., jofk American labor. :' : News Commentary Monroe ShoW at--<"-bs:,' ,;\ since;he left, -ij'L I burg Ohio. Died Dec. 5, 1916. i iI 'I '
Asa usual When people
Fish and BuatCiubs.b5 tnipg
e.It is fo: grahled that in j TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS I 185C-William Rainey Harper,: Free Estimate Given
There in Mon-, usuallytakeri
; was only one violatiop 1D:15-F.arl Godwin-abe marry after their youth is paasfd,j I I Hebraist, famed president of the i Aiphalf TlU'J
Announced nbo
: roe County and that was for sl shooting on a.n undertaking of this type, the .Government i 10:30-To Romance Be Dramas-cbs- .j they I look for ,a person who :is!- (Know America) I University of Chicago, 'born in I, Rubber.Til. W

the Monroe County Highway. will receive the benefit of suggestions -I To Dance Be Band Announced-abe Show-mbs *1 C. a congenial and 'companionable j r Sergei Koussevitsky nf the. New Concord, Ohio. Died Jan.I Cork TU.
i I
from industrial leaders manufacturers II: 0-:News. Variety 2 bra-cbs rather than one they are passionately -I Boston Symphony Orchestra, the 10. 1906. .Plastic Floor Til
News and Dance Band-abe I 189o-Dmif J. Caljaghan} naval Plastic Wall TU 'I
-, News. Dance Band 2 hr .-mbs in love with so it is a quesIHon famed born in Russia :
: 100 MILLION MOTOR VEHICLES and financiers. It is not as readily conductor aide to President Roosevelt, .Btoadl.lts.Cap.Uo .i,
:1r1-\ 1I's & Variety to 1-nbc for you to decide whether! 74 I
understood that the Government needshe 12:00-Dancinr:! Continued lew t you will be happier: married toj yearo<; ago. rear admiral born. Killed in Wool Rug
Paul W. Litchfield board chair oft Guadecanal Nov.
night : Cutting
: The first U. S. automobile powered \ advice 'of responsible lab t leaders. No. 2 or living by yourself. ,
The Arabian of if do decide to1 I man of Goodyear Tire & Rubber,'I' 1942. .Hardwood Flooring
occupatior However
: by a gasoline engine was built- by Charles ... :We understand that Mr. Hoffman, Spain beginning in the 8th century get married you you must put this born in Boston, 73 years ago. Formica for Sinks

__ E. and Frank Duryea in 1893 at Spri g'- in his effort to fight Communist propa- left important traces In the other man out of.your mind once I Rev. Dr. Rees E. Tullross the. Fragments of rugs dating Counters Tablet

language of the people.LEGAIS and for all if eipectto be! president 'of Wittenberg College back hundreds of rears before Floor Sanding lad
field Massachusetts. Within the next\60\ ganda in Europe, is convinced that the you Ohio former president of the National the Christian era still exist. RefiaUhlags -
happy make hap- I
:. days the "millionth vehicle will- 'be presence of American labor leader will :. py. If or you haven't your got enough< Lutheran Council born in :

-: built. strength the non-Communist labor strength to do that it will be better -;, Leipzig Ohio 67 years ago. Gates Floor Cocn

.: The U. S. automotive industry has groups in the participating countries. for all concerned for you not Walter S. Tower presidant: of Your Grocer SELLS That Good
P.I.RRMII J I ........".. .'.Rrt..T to get married. the American Iron and Steel Institute STAR BRAND J. L. GATES -
come up and up and up and more than a This is an important part; of the recovery OP TilE TTK OF FLORID., LOUISA. New York, born in West t t

= million persons are now employed by firms program because, as the reader well 1 i\> ltD.'H.*-\FOR "o%Roe ('O''T',' I Bridgewater Mass67 yeans ago. AMERICAN rnL'1? Flooring WHITE Contractor STREET

making vehicles and parts. And that isn't knows, Communist-controlled organizations r.r'R'i i Dear Louisa: I Edwin palmer, editor of Red and CUBAN LUrrftJui 925 PHONE 1I9SHBBMHM _
JOHN WILLIAM SMITH. I have been married six years]i Book, author,,born in Chicago 65 -Try i A Pound Today-
all of it. The motor industry is the top Sn Europe arehostile'. to. the econo-' Malmtff OnCE: but I and my- husband do .not years ago.Mayor *
American manufacturer-General Motors miceffort.. : i KATHRYN ELIZABETH SMITH.Defendant. i pet along welL. ,We have one : Eugene L Van Antwerp '
leads all the rest. "' \ > The largest' organisations representing ORDER Pt.HL.'TIO'l. I child two and one-half years old I I of Detroit, born. there 59 years :i--- B BEBOaHB aBBBi Ba-----E HBHHlM BMHHaiMi
TO: Kathryn Elizabeth Smith and my husband seems to care :
Nearly eight million jobs exist in American labor, the A. F. of L. 541S North Tenth St.. .! j a lot for him but he likes to picka I I ago.Dr.. Franklin B. Snuyder the .

..: sales, servicing and other related automotive and, the C. I. 0. .. do not.eye-to-eye on You Philadelphia.are hereby rennujrlvania.required to appear ->!! fuss with me. There is ten 1 I president of Northwestern University Overseas!; Transportation .
to the Bill for flied difference in and Illinois born at Middle-
L Divorce years our apes i ,
::; fields which take in over half a many questions, hut they are cooperating. against _you In the above styled. : it eeeras like nothing I do will I town Conn, 64 years ago.

million business places in the United to help. the Western European nations cante August.on A.or IX before 1
States or one in every six business ,enter- build* up their economic strength and thus allegations be taken. am contained renfesxed.therein Will I true to him and have tried to ..English ,author born 92 years ,

.- prises in the Nation from the smallest resist Communist encroachments* on the Florida Done thin and 17th Ordered day at of July Key West A. I.). but make he him is stingy happy with I his work money.hard I ago.Andre Maurois, famed French Fast, Dependable Freight had:Exprcwi SerrtbctwMa
crossroads settlements to the larger cities.* national Jnde endence. j 1349.(Ctrcuir Court We have a good living and he I author born 63 years ago. -' 1 .

... Each working day the U. S. finns As one writer says "American labor is !Seal) Roes C..lawyer. doesn't drink but we'do not think I
= decker Circuit Court. alike on anything much. What I on some things .f'it pleases I l\\ Aland\ KEY WESTAlso
turn out about 6,000 divided I'd Anne C.
14,000 ears, trucks nb longer a house-at least not By: ( ) Lnngtrorth.Clerk. can I do to make things better? hint

.: and 190 motor buses. That's about 40 beyond the waters de.",, ? _AV3LUAM: V. ALBCRY.Deputy MOTHER from Georgia. ,Another source of friction is S rrlng ALL JOINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS

: motor vehicles every minute of every .. \.. Attorney for Plaintiff.JullS-2S.aag2-9.I9lg Answer: money and if you can persuadehim & tw a HUarf tad Ktf Wttt f

If you can get your husband to to give you a certain amount !
::. working day. leis just a question ..whether the tax sit down with you and face your each month to spend as you like \ I

reduction will offset the increased cost IT THE TIRCIIT:JIDiriAL COURT CIRCUIT OP TIlEELEwFt'rH : situation perhaps you can havea even though it is not as much as Express. SchetLulitt !

BIG SHOT LEWIS .. of living. OP THe ST1TKOP FLORIDA* happier home for your ,youngson's you would like, that will cut '(Ha Stopt En l\ UUJ. \ .
IN CHArIltT.Isn. sake if for no other.reason.. down argument. You say that I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX-
X* tl-30* It is very hard on littla children his brother and wife have more I CEPT SUNDAYS) at 1:00PJ Ar. '> '

:= For weeks and weeks the biggest ." SUES FOR TWO BILLIONS RVTIC- R. GIDEON to live in a home where than you and your husband ttves.flamlstt2z0o'cbckMidnight. *

figure in the coal mining industry has .' .y .. ... J L flf\tlfr. there bickering. and quarrelling setml to quarrel with you aftera I' ,
: DIVORtIJ1' < all of the time. Some of the visit to them. Perhaps you: LEAVES )MIAMI ,DAILY (EXCEPT

.-.. been John L. Lewis. He tells the,,- miners Not many Americans know 'that'the DAVID 0. GIDEON.Defendant. ., authorities tell us that many of make him feel that he is not as'I SUNDAYS) kt IfcOO o'clock Mid ;

when to dig coal and when to lay down Government" has a suit pending against ORDER OP PIBLUIATIO the, children who ,end up in 'jails smart as his brother when you bteht and, trriY** at Kay 'Wett atCCO
: TOl ; later on, get that way because visit them. Try not to throw up o'clock AJt.LoedSeheitt. \
their tools. That Boss Jind more tne railroads David O. EMC
can reasons some of to recover $2,000- GIdeon have of Insecurityand have
t;. S. S. Tumult. (AM 127) they a feeling to him how much more they
.: to start a row between coal mine o1'nerg QOO.OOO() in so-called 'over-charges on war- .Min* Craft Ha*.. t fear in their homes when thaa you have. :
'*l- At An feknsMdlaf Petsft)
Charleston. 8 ., *
S. C. (Stop
and the workers,than alLtru. bpeatdrs time height rates. Tea are hereby recolred to appear thev are young. Good luck S ., LEAVES 'KET rWCST: DAILY (E3CCEPT .. ., 1

-:. and workers In the coal mining resetvar Meanwhile, the American" Association voice to In the the BUI above of Complaint styled cause for dl-on Nothing in life than starts to a know child off that,better his- LOUISA. -. : StntBAYS) aiw'* o'clock J.1.t.0:4
.. or before the XOth day of August : M. and RiTM M 4:00
... tions. of Railroads has" set up a fund for a A. IT.' 194&. otb.TwU. the allegations father and mother love and respect Address Your Liters tLOUISA ,,_ ,.\.'ct ekP.M.. i -J Jii"jI ;
therein will be taken as ;
nationwide radio publicity- program to feseed.v! : LEAVES .MiAn.bAti T :(EXCEPT ; I
always depend as a C. .
on. I S.
Ozangeburg. ,
: When you bury a quarrel do not pdt educate the public as" to the industrY'sfinancial' a This week Order for fout.coiiaetutly.Is t* be published weeks once place of refuge whatever hap- SUNDAYS) U ':80"c1oek AiM..c16d&andarrives

:' a tombstone over it. plight. in The Key West Citizen a newspaper pens outside.So . . at Kr West at SM .

-- West.. published Florida in the City of Key my advice is for you and 1 I STRONG ARM JR.AHD.COFFEE' ;] -P.M. j

: S Some experts; say that passage of the Done and ordered this 17th day; your'husband to fret together and I TRIUMPH

Under a Communist fornf of government Bulwinkle Bill by Congress will Undercut of July,Ross A. D.C Sawyer I91S_ '. calmly discuss how you can I 4 I FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

you could not change 'basis Clerk of the Clrrnit Court make :Tour home life more COFFEE
your job at ,the.; of the Government's: suit and :Monroe County. Florida. Pleas-I : FULL CARGO INSURANCE )
will. ant. Perhaps are. MILL
:... Youwould work where you are told that itwill-also. affect thesuit3; >rought by By; Kattleenipfottage.J. Deputy CUk.. thing you do or fail to t MAIN OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eatoa It I'raacIlti. t

at what ;you are told and for wages fixed the Stale,of Georgia in connection with (SEAL) irritate him. Although you may i PHONES, SI AND 93 .
... T Porter IV All Grocer .
by the Government : think be is foolish think as he -
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freight"charges in the SolitKern''area. Solicitor, for Plaintiff., ,- -
it will to in u '- -
give -
julU.I.1ICI..UU does pay you m aaka--u.- -

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The C itizen Offic*-SIPickens -' .
Phones :
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M1tItUtll:1l1M1IUIlIUIIIIHtl1U1Ul1L'IUllr.mmullreftKmllt'1!mllltlm u n"i'mnwilmnriry',4tthea p ; ; i4

; Daup'crFormer Of ;I,

Local Pastor1/10 lry:; r---:

'Principal Fowler Of llctrris School _

IJUiss Mary Althea ,Pickens; ,?:-s.. Paul Garber will play the
_Jugbter bt Rev. and Mrs. .John',,eddinE 'march, and accompany
.... Pickens, former residents ofCey the Soloist, Mrs. Floyd Wells. A
West will become'the br** ..reception will lie held in. the
\.f Williard E. Fowler prin 1 lodge following the ceremony.
Harris,elementary scuo4.Fri-: The bride-elect is a graduate
4ay evening J aclock of Angola High School, New
t;} Avan Park,, Florid ', York State, and of the Sherwood I
The informal ietr* Will be Music School Chicago. Until a:
performed at talu"rd Lix1 few months ago her father' was I
Florida Cong & onal Chns- pastor of the- Poinciana Com I: ::
fian Conferew/ Center by the I munity Church and the First : a' ? :
bf ide's. :! Congregational Church of Key!
'* fatherwai 1 *" attendedniO9 West. I
:}> her sj*IVP Helen and Nancy, tby Mr. FoWler has been the principal i
Mrs. J*n R. Moore Chicago :I 'of Harris elementary 1 1i :: a
end y> *' :. Mrs. John E. i school i for nine years. His under : 3t
PlPjtrfl Jr., of Bangor, Maine I I"John j l[I ;e aucp. se/v\. SJJOAV 3jen'pej3 i iI
E. Pickens the bride's'|I Memphis State College Mem-i iI tw1 II' ..- w
Bother, will be best man' and j)phis.I Tenn.. and postgrtduatci FLOOD WATER from the Cottonwood river and the Neosho river spreads ever tho.countrywide
Another attendant will include a ;i work at Peabody College. Beforei jl around Emporia, Itat A'packing plant (center)' i:' Inundated snd a krids*' Uaresrttu&d) at the'
brotherinlawJohn R. Moore, i i,coming to Key West, he taught
ETM foot of Empezla'sCommercial Street is undefe water. The water covered highwars and railroads
Ic, U.S.-N. in a school in Florence, Alabama.
-'n. ,. I I and Isolated the city but failed to rtach the business 'dittHtU
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Ililce.l" Elks i.Convent Alumnae I Interesting' NotesThe 1 1I !I Continued EXPLODE Front MINE Pan .OnT ;:'TOO- FAT? Get SUMMER

Annex By YPSLThe Will JenGrls Hawaiian Islands 'were believed to have been an. old
I .. o3
f discovered by Captain James French mine. It Was frery tbaVvs.i way
Young People's 'Service {i Slate's Secretary 1:Cook in IttBTWhen State Highway F-vlroiman. C' Haft'Ii Susie leader, i r.atatthis .
Alt' candy W.r.iT
C. -Rer n tds and SheriffBerlin" '
A Wl'TORS AMAZiMnmaxwaIty
League of St. Paul's'church
will I .
A. Sawyer'a office- were notified Noirua. usl.t.ativet
\ Islands
hold a special dance Convent of, Mary Immaculate, Z no cxncmnc. bal aHoly
Wmos'row'nt&hi ; were first discovered by Captain of the'find and posted oft the v't OK mat .t>y -1s.
in the Elks' annex. This i lAIlumnae I will hold a meeting I James Cook in 1778. each of the area until the disposal expert mot 1"w ,umHT vtaftt take Mnawticctty YDS tenure cwt
t'\\l1ce\ will take the place of the tomorrow evening: in the home islands had its own king. had been flown to Dove Creek tkr_prrnt .Tie malt i*yott.atkm *
regular dance at the Parish Hallon I Fof: 'their president. Mrs. Edward' i,I had arrived. Lt. Yaeger arrived _slat wn_ KJBI wr tH.WOOF Absfaety
'_ Bahama''street. I I Graham. 401 Whitehead street, ',' The Hawaiian Islands cover in Miami and then motored to POSITIVE?EMbMt
Prizes will be Awarded tomorrow I at 8 o'clock. 6,449 square miles and have a Tavernier. amid ,-vas<'uurr\uek and.d rr lam,*..
night, which is to be '"Coun-I R pr entatives- who attended population of 423,330. .Mh ever tau AtK>aw rs.%\II V
ty Store" night. Chuck Parris 1 Girls State' will speak to the I I A famous rub ''TheHoly Car- k1 and his Coral Isle Serenaders : Miss Lillian Gong' Oftiti-, pet of the Mosque Ardebil", Sort the AYUS Plait TodaY. Only rra.ae for
group. The first newspaper publish a Ml :IS-M,..ur *y-V. twill provide the music I ami. who was elected 'Secretaryof ed in the American colonies was now in the South Kensington .,31.ued.\'oa h.f.rvwh|an H*wry lint Dote.
Girls' State, will be,Mrs.; Gta- in 1690 when the Boston "Pub Museum in' London, is' valued at I 'S."ii a..rn....rtfMrftrf.,.. ...Cant.......in._,phone i. Utr w.v wiiue.llmllk .....
Glin'pses' 'ham's guest, and will take partin lie Occurrences was founded. more than_ $500,000. e-. ." Y".."".
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fitimate the program. Miss Gong's -- -lt.rew
I brother. Edmund, was last year's 'II"'III" lil"'lill"IIS
,ss Lillian Goodman presid governor 'of. Boys State, and !
t jof .the 'Miami Beach busi-. president in Washington: Key .
rie and professional group of 'West conference members Edith .
Ifpdasoah, accompanied by mem- Knox and Nellie Menendez will S... '. '. S
tieraof her' board was The week- share Honors with Miss Gong S -.4. ,
eh'd, uest of Miss Ceil Wein- Mrs. Graham 'has requested: : -
I. J. Goodman, her brolher. :>
traubf that as many alumnae possi USE-GAS iIt's ; '
., past president of -the Zionish ble attend.
Otg.r#zation of America in St. .
Louis, Mo. accompanied the !t11Iftllml I lImllmmmmmm nM xa itntna I .
group.\All members of the -,
party '
.. it reported. Were erithusiQstic -> Calendar Of !I

return ita'llonger stay. ::!:, Coming uaaaunmmumwmwarnaumm a

.i lluy ements, Pork County, aminalwanl!
preei4tnt\Of the 'Ta* tollecmrsAssociati -'TUESDAY, JULY 27- S
ki. of Florida. and Ed-, Dance Elks Annsx, sponsoredby .
waVd. W.rteht. chief de tax Service '
uty Young Peoples '
<<:o1t ctot' ,if bade Cpunty,' wer League. St. Paul's Church. When You Purchase Approved Gas AppliancesYou '
guests yesterday of)County Tas Convent cf Mary Immaculate :
Collector toward E> Wilson. Mr. Alumna Meetina. 8 P.M, at ,
Wibm loot the vis'ors out fishing home of Mrs. Graham, 401 .
yesteniy. "It'[ras the first Whitehead Street. Make a Sound Investment .
time either\of iherrJhad been: to Business Meeting. "Southetn-
Key West,"\ lIr. W son said to- :! mc--4 Cushman Scooter Club"
das' **Thyj-were v rv much im- at 7:30 PAL in member. '? I S -S ... 2--: :
pressctl with( ev thing they.saw home: :
and ,dii. -We caught many I
fish." i i.i I Fables circulated in Athens in RANGES:
the 5th century, B. C. were,attributed ..
Miss Lillian !Go secretary of to one Aesopus-who probably -
Girls State, poll r the guest of merely told them. The ,Used by more people than all ,oilier cooking appliances
Mrs. Edward Gra m. 401 Whites :'common collections of fables 4
street ttr se rot days. Miss bearing the napie "Aesop" were .!" hill"t Oven and top burners guaranteed for life of
< | is expected arrrve in Key versions cf a book made about '
today o.\t' wend will 320 B. C. and centuries later faitge, peak efficiency over longer period of time, high
speak to the id vent of Mary translated into latin. '
Immaculate Ak one at a gath-_, er r -!:lle value, low upkeep.
eiilnl; tomortQ..l. cuing Subscribe The Citil..n.
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LUCIUS D LAY (ceatez.U. S. miUtarr governor In I
GtrTttaie< ._arrives ]the White loaM in Washington wiUt'sec-I 419 FLESIING STREET PHONE 61TBE
rctarv of the Arm Kenneth-Royall left) and. Undersecretary ; ,
Army William L Draper. Jr (risghn'in photo above.. The '
laeral was en rwteto- a,eoalere- .,with President Truman : II-;:): ... !-. : : _

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the rate et to,a word for each In- men charged. i
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Experiencedcook and baker.I live in nd care for 8 m8 }told

Call. 281-R- jly22-4tx baby t Atfernoons a
t/0 "win-photo I Phone 775*. J jlFOR.
EIGHT HOURS AFTER THEY WERE KIDNAPED from their home; the bodies of John E. Niebel

left). his wife (center), and their daughter. PhylUs (right), were found in a cornfield near the HELP WANTED-MALE i .SJ LE
Ohio State Reformtlory.at Mansfield. Niebel had been superintendent of' the reformatory farm s
for .20 years. All three victims'had been shot in the head. Two former reformatory inmates are Silk presser, experienced only inj! Bungalow, small 1ate big
Class A work. We union and lime
being sought for questioning. pay grove on tout Eli
,_._, .- \ a scale.. Poinciana Dry Cleaners. lots, size 50' x 120 each,in .
T IIUG-E I-aKCEi'IEONY jly23-3t section. This can be bought
CROSSBURNS AT easy terms.

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'; : f', Apply Navarro, Ino, opposite I II

\2r I _bus station. j1y24-t11 i iI 500 sheets 8H x If white tasdZs

e o I print 25c.Artmaii Press,Cttiteflt
j s g. Boys. wanted. Over $50 week. Sell Building, Phone 51.

r' name plates for front doors. j12S 15
x ..Write National -Engravers. 212 r-

Summer, Boston, Mass. SPEED QUEEJf MANG1

4 jly26-ltx Brand newt Co:*;5179.5() sW.,
i sell for $125.00' RCA FLOOI I

FEMALE radio. Brand negw Cost $49311
'1 Will sell foe. *350r. Can be' een I
Two barmaids,and three waiters. at 1209 Varela tree!, 'Apt2i; !
Apply Palm Club, Stock Inland. Phone 1043-M., jy3 6t '

: Phone 1433. jly23-3t, ,
Delicious Lady Borden lcefcreaaijtops ,
REFRIGERATION in goodness:. LaT Fanla
I It Sandry, William at Windsor Jj
: Domestic guaranteed.and commercial Free estimate.work ,jly 16-fri-mon-we j

Holbrook Refrigeration Service Furniture for sale. No. 3 ear
call 724-W. jly26-8tx Street jly "Utz

FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1947- Johnson Seahorse 23 "h.I

14 runabout perfect / .ndlltion.
Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. Both for $323.0flf Key!
Utilities furnished. Couple only. Weft Boat Yard, 4-3tx
t.() UUl"plloto
Apply 915 Windsor Lane.
A HUGE CROSS BURNS (background) on Stone Mountain near Atlanta. c... Friday in'the early ,
jlyl-tf Young canaries ce. R.
eyenlng just after ceremonies began initiating 7<30 in the hooded order. Robed members-of theKu young y
Whitehead, 1319 Jo 'SCBargains
I Klux Klan are<< in foreground. They are part of the large turnout cf Klansmen at the gather Four apartments. Apply 411 jly..4-3tc
ing. One incident occurred when Klansmen pulp Ralph Johnson Associated Press cameraman. William Street jun28-30tx j

from a bus where he was taking pictures. Other. Klansmen rescued. him. warning their fellows 'in-new shipnyni of B lerinf -

.'"The press would raise a,howL" Efficiency apartment and one- skirts silk bl ses,"'slips,
> ----- -- ----- ---- bedroom
-- apartment. Couples curtains
chenille spreads late ,
rnmuIUU'd oIIIfIUIIIIBrolDIlIIrJllcnlUlunuJ.'Jr.J IWlilllmlUJD. only. Paul's Tire bath pets. etc. Savi 20r'r at R.R .
U/llnuUlUmll"WlnuJUD.-I-Steiaach Will .. What's Shop.jly206t Russell, 508 Wiliart St'Call
j .:F! .. Doing sat 831-R! and goviljVt4
: 1021 Duval Street *, Aids EmigresZURICH the Furnished 2-bedroom apartment. brought to you o pprovaL-.a
I Also room with private

rstti.t at-c:JJEF.ENS& FORCES ... .tt, -ARMED r SERVICES; C 209 ,Ann, opposite. police sta-
,e.- 1It PROGRAM Swjtzcrland.kl'y :\I.tA. tion. jly23-3U Rug. 9kl2, soft y-grec ,

s .'" '"Dr.JmlmnmnfiIlIl'GilI/IIIIIIIUllmnmlDlllilll1l': frofessor iugen Steinach V>;nna Jackson Squats. -Whiteheadand pattern, good cosoltioh, tf
,. physiologist who died recently, Southard Streets Small apartment to let218 Si- Teleph ne 1145-|' 900 F aAvenu
: MONDAY I- left a bequest of 300,000 Swiss 4!UlfffJTfhIUnlfLtiillnnnnllnmllniuufl fllp monton. Call 682.. jly23-tf C ly24-3tz
s -.I: 100 PJiL 11:00.P.M.-3illiards. francs (about$70,000), interest of
Ping Pong, Writing Room which is to be used to train girlsin Monday Newly furnished apartment for Notes (Prjmissaryi ic each. Art-
s .' ,3"_.'*, Showers. Zurich to ..administer to emigres 9:00 P.M.-Dance, John Pritch- couple with one child under I man Press. Citizen Bldg.. phone
in Switrerland who left ard and His Orchestra. one year. No pets. Electric 51.
t; ,their nvmean because of raoia'DT t"u.c :LT kitchen. Utensils and utilities
': Wives at Bayview Park. .
&: -P 2.I.Boding CSass. .n-Laa. pe7sacut){m.Steinach 8:30 P.M-Little Theatre Group furnished. Near beach Hel- 7947 R3eh'dson ouse )rmti a p2S'
':00 P.M. Junior .Hostesses known for his re- relearses: ; Pines pone.., Shuffle ecrcee, Phone 7 &>& ? Jn fan 4r?nyra 8 ]

Meeting (3rd Monday). search 'work in hownonas, gave Board on the Patio. jly24-41x Division Stree* ask 'fore

7D0 .M.-Games... up a professorship in Vicnaa in Wednesday1OOP.M. Wilson. all fore a
I .-Fishing N aval Have two.small furnished apartments =
:7:3D Pti-Conversaeiol 1938 and came to Zurich Party j jly-2i-8br
) Espanol- I 'llU'n .Suing Yu- Ava.ila.dle. Each has).
aoo'p..M.D"ci.. gram "..n.N :.C ., : I private bath. $/O.Q) week, in-\One iron aid Spring vnihtraitress
: v:30R1d., .Dancing: Flies Cost $3D arty utilities. ;0-1
;. TUESDAY 83DP.ll-Ye Oie Country ? eluding Apply ( tniierspr' 'arwj.;,
featuring Square Dana Eaton St., after 5 pm. plain tress. Appyt l -
2OQP.M.-Navy Wives Swim- ing, Virginia Reels:: ,:, S jly26-3tx Poinciana Plate. jiy26-t
ming, UJS. Naval Base Pool. Damage; Cows Die 10:15P.M.-Weiner Roast on the
7:30 P.M.-U.S. Naval Hospital
Patio Grille. FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND Baby earn high
: Party jointly with American
". Red Cross (2nd Tuesday). Minn.-So" plagued by flies dur- 9:00P.M. Dance. John Pritch- j1y2ds23xFORS
7:00 P.M.-U.S. Naval Hospital ing the recent heat wave Mar- ard and His Orchestra. Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming ,

Entertainers to Wards (3rd tin Timmer's 23 cows sought ref- Friday Street has an efficiency apt. USED CMIf'
,'Tuesday, ). uge by crowding into a smali 8:30 P.M.Bridge, Pinochle and and several sleeping rooms vacant ,

*"1:00P.At.WEDNESDAY chicken house. Before they could Movies. Low weekly or monthly Model 1940 Foil.panel trucks AT* '
11:00 P.M.-Billiards, be driven out 17 of the cows bad Saturday rates. jlyl-tf ply Perez Bros. Bakery, ,1023
Ping Pong, Writing Room suffocated in the crowded quar- 8:00 P.M.-Movies. White Street_* *- jun30-tf
Showers. ters, at an estimated lossUo Tim- 10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on. FOR RENT-COTTAGES
12:30 P.M. '7'- Hospital Patients' mcr 'of $3.000.TODAY the patio. *38 Dodge cou I. Excellent body,

.Fishing Party, joint program, Sunday Furnished, new one-bedroom cottage good motor, overall condition?.
.'NCCS,.YMCAand Red Cross. IN HISTORY 9:45 A.M.- Java Club, discut- near beach. Adult couple gibd. App : ream 322 Eliza*
1:00 pJMNavy "Wives'Physic sion Group. only. No pets. The Price Organ- b th. jly34 3txi
.Fitness Class. (Know America) 11:00 A.M. "Go to CHURCH ization. Realtors. 411 Fleming. s
2:00-P.M.-Navy :Wives Club. Parties." St Phone 124.
1758- The French fortress of 193 Oldsmob e 2-door sedss
6:30 ,P.M.-Boxing 'Class. I.nu $burg. Canada, taken.by the 3:00P.M.-Classical Hour, se-- jly2-fri-mon-wed-tf $00. 1304 tngelar Street,? .:
9:00 PJJ.Dance Three
Sharps lections announced..
British-Colonial, American army JlyfeiMtx.TRAILERSj .
:.Orchestra.. the Arcadian, French settlers, 8:00 P.M.-Fellowship.Hour "on STORAGERed
THURSDAY i later.for iblY expelled. the Patio. Community Sing 193 Chevrolet oupe, '$150I2lL
2OQ P.M. Seaplane Base Pool, 1783-New York the llth Stateto ing, Beatrice Moreno at the Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor mouton Str t. jly8-3tx
Navy Wives. i ratify the new Constitution. Piano commercial. Phone _;98.
9dO A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing 1C63-Confederate Gen. John 10:00P.M.-Coffee Hour. jlyl-tf Iron
Machine Typewriter, Writing -!' If. Morgan and most of his command G. S. O. meetings (Girls Ser-'

Room.: Showers. taken prisoners at New vice Organization), every 2nd BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESBecome Ho4 trailer and x, ideco
and 4th
FRIDAY Lisbon., Ohio. Monday. le. 611 ft vision Striae
2:00 PJkL-Softball for Navy, 1893-(50 years ago) Spain asks Game Room: Chinese Checkers independent! Cement Trailer Paik, B. Lei ,
.'Wives at Bayview Perk. : for terms to end the war with the chess, cards, ping-pong, pool bird baths benches pots, boxes la j1y23-
2:00 P-M.-i-Prenatal Class, De- United States. writing desks, library, current drain tile-made at home with-

partment of Health Instruc i 1903 The Federal Bureau *of I magazines various table games out forms. Stamp brings data. ANTED T(>. BXTJrI {t i:

tor.9:00AJ. I Investigation (FJJ.I.) created. etc.Showers Concrete Machinery, Hickory,i
,|, 5:00 P.M.>-Sewing I 1920-Exposure of the Ponzi I tennis rackets, golf North Carolina. jly261txMISCELLAHEOVS {Wan' I-Live trees 'Irogs .Iibni ,
Maclune, Typewriter Writ- :"Get-rich-quick" scheme in Boston j clubs, fishing lines, cameras, -I West .Cashtaaid. If IUK
jng Room. Showers. i checking service film service
write Real Allen.J5U; ,
SATUHDAT 1939-United States gives Japan mailing and wrapping packages 1 vei-pprings, Florida, f l>
%:00' P.M.-Boxing Training. i formal notice of renunciationof I: receiving messages, phone booths, Washers irons vacuums and<<: ii jl tx r
l:00.P.l.L 6:00 PJ L-Dressing the 1011 commercial. ty between stamps railway express service. fans repaired. O'BriaLt, Phone S
Rooms, Showers for Bathers.i the two. available to SERVICE PERSONNEL 1164-M lyl-U LOST/f "

SUNDAY : 1941 The armed forces of the $400.04 in $20 bills. roBed upsect1a
'10:00 AAI.-Communion.: Breakfast Philippines put ;under Americanmilitary I Gerald Lesleigh -Director. Floor sanding done ..1>)-\experts. rubttr band; Loit either inPbiniana.
Whitchat Club, U.S. Naval controL I Pinder-Program Director Free estimates 'given. Phone or Newton or Crin-

Base (2nd Sunday). I 1943-Italians keep fighting f Lillian 163, or call at 701 Caroline SLjly1'U nell reef Reward if rehirif'
1:00 PJ1. Picnic. Swimming. Americans alongside Germans in: Doreen Wea\"er-Secretary. ed tjlllS Grinnen- Street 'o;'
Pool. Wiener Roast (sign up, Sicily, although Mussolini is gon .t Desk Aide. Phon 1149-W. a jiy26tx
in advance). : 1945-The Truman-Churchill-) Outside white paint porch floor 1
r Information services housing, Kai-shek Potsdam proclamation I enamel inside enamel. $2.75'
city maps. calling on the .Japs ,to surrender i i Anne Bradstreet an Andover, gaL Hardware toys, electrical' G JEN AND LAWN u k
Religious literature, library' unconditionally. children Mass housewife with eight appliances. Complete line So- SUPPLIES: I
telephones, tamrapping' and 1946-rThe OPA resumes .func was one of the,earliest may paint and supplies. Doherty -
mailing packages railway ex-' tioning. American poets but her first vol- ; Hardware 848 Olivia, corner Fertilize Joung non-beering mail:.
press service, laundry pick-up- 1947-Mia. Martha E. Truman. ume of verse was published" .in Packer Phone 1597. jly9-tf go tree for best growth: and"productbn.
available to all defense forces dies. London in 1650. First
94, the President's mother, year. apply t
.and their families. President signs the Terminal i Kids: Popsicle Pete offers prizes ,i-pour4 of BloomaM every'' Q, t
-,,, MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN. Bond BilL The first attempt at rug making -' galore for double popsicle days 'Hoomaid fulfills,all t-I
Executive Secretary. were probably crude efforts wrappers.Try 'em. La Farola tilizer uirements Key We4 I

i MISS HILDACA9T1LLO."L" The. arty,of.weavina; dates back to imitate -the haU.pelu, ,dwild'beasts. Sundry William at Windsor.Jlyl6frimonwedCt. Garden ind Laws Supply Co,:f
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::1. BENNY'S: TROPICAL TRADER ,. WHERE ]TO BUY I Whes..a -eatiaia ad there- .product t J**doubt. VT!et u u sa.leieidid fe'>where* : THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU i

: Motor Court : : 71* DUVAL; STREET PHONE'1000 : ................................6, .,....:-. .......": .;-.......................................... "

l: Ownership 9Q9 Situonton Management St. ; : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS a :ifitisE]cctrl W"E SELL' I JTt T.l 1;! ,: j : POOR OLD CRAIG ;

tI: of BENNY FERNANDEZ : : Plenty! of Action Toys for the Children : : yn We Will Can For tad Del'na.: _.* 3. : WHITE STAR ': ': Service Station ,.

Beginning Monday, : : SEE OUR Electrical : { // SO Years'Experience la Electrical.Work :: : : .
July l 19th : SHOWING of: Appliances :' .. \. :.. CLEANERS I : J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE I1M ,
:: .................................!.............c. :: 211 Daval Street'M! -M .. ?r"PI'Op.: .: :: Francis I and Dirisloa Streets '
: WILL BE CLOSED : :..eee*.................e*.eeeee...*.....*........ : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE.41:' .<"T: .e, m:OWVAL STREET ,. .: Tires Tubes Batteries- Auto Accessories .'.

Until I Septembf t HOME-SUNDRY STORE ..............:......:......'..... >, "'J *e* IM-SIMONTON<"' ,Jeeeeeeleeeee ,,!. .... Tour.. .PURE. OIL'and GASOLINE Dealer"
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OFTxopical 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.'WHlTE ST. : : : ,. .
? ... :. brin**Fruil'aad '.:" : Invited :1.t PRITCHARD I EssEiL'sjjDRY ,. Pressing ': ,.
: Pies Tempting!: will b+ra, able .' ; .. : : ,,: _3/ flOUfl SERVICE :I : :
., r 4 t IntSe' teb r'at'w. .* v "Ice Cream Proprietary MedicineSick : : FUNERAL : r;: Tree Delirtrr Pick-Up Service and t* .: AVAILABLO :

:', Bepny'" Motor Court ':, : Room Supplies School Supplies : : ... .:, GQOD.S-I i. SUITS for MEN .: .: Rod Cleaning Repairing and O Flushing :
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: Toilet Preparations and Article : HOME.: 1106 OLIVIA::STREET .I :j: i arid 'WOMEN 'I AUTO AND :
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?.......t............ -:..............ee......e......................... Let'Those Serve" : : ,. ... ..:: ;::. .... ,* .PHONE. 2tl,: '.! : 603-05 GREENE STREET BODY SHOP ,
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a ..: GOMEZ ', :. -220. DUVAL STREET WE HAVE NEVERBETRAYED *: : in ,!:.-:. Ji '-e.' ... ,........i...: .,;0............................................ I

1 ; : ExclusiveMonroe County Distributor forCarrier A TRUST-': Wome, 'siUtdJ: '1 3" JL? J CAROLYNOverseas rf OUTY ,
I :: FURNITURE CO. WE: NEVER WILL : : ; : ; : : gr SL _
: 720 DUVAL STREET : AirConditioningfor : : {* >, 'i -. 0-- poE Z ': .: Hotel 919 Fleming St. ..!
Jmeiiile Furniture : Ambulance Service. JTelephone Children_ : 't!. 4. ,: .. a r:; DONALD BARBER .'.
., Domestic and Commercial Use ; 548 ': .f' '.+ e.i";; .. ': .... .
t HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE 133 : J JNerer ;*' r ilet8 t Service v. We Specialize In '
: PHONESeeeeeeeeeeeee 8150 : :> :.' : !. : ::
., ..."... .ee.eee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*.eJ. Sleeps S Apparel;"'! r..,: } .'.. .tsbliah. : d 1815. :: '. Scalp Treatments: Hair Dyeing .
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Axminster BroadfeltRADIOS : ......................,.......r.. .e ..,e ..: <-1.fl .uceu.Ca.Fline;". '- rat-. ; ,.!......................*....".T..WAVES.............. ..:

and : : J A MYERS'I, ; : : ; : .: ........,...........................;.........\

.' Appliances : e \ : o .. : i : ':STFXL'S BEAUTY NOOK"Terms !i '
: .' !'. ? '. 2teNOUJ'Scientifi Beauty Culture ,
: Licensed :'N : : ; e
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. Arranged"OPEN : ,I'. r' '. '. in All Branches b /
: TILL :00 PJMON. .. > : :t. 'l'Wq1ltncc' : : ; ', :
: : ; : Thoroughly Experienced .
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: SAT. PAINTING Contractor 1 :., ... .. : : Operators
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: Soft.W.ter Os d Exclusively
: Telephone 9127. 114 Dun Street. Jefferson :,'' ..5" *{. FJwne.13S.-Night 638eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : Phone 637 536. Fleming Si \.1
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PRICE TOURS : 1829 Harris Ave Key West. Fla lz.:, E ctr) :i eiiNe..e..t. :......; : Customers, Friends and the Public! Invited :

S ,PassengerReprecentaUvea : PHONE 1374-R : BOTDOIUT' LtanCta_ ._;::. lK WeltfJa. :: : Frances Beauty Salon : .

1 : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical ,AppUucn: yr .:' 'J : : Frances Park. Owner :

forFLORIDA : Arse iIw : Washing Machines for diale..n..liY. ; It.:; SOUVENIRSHOME :, .:' 1010 ,GRINNELL STREET :
EAST .................................:................ APPLIANCE liteajBu.: :! ; .! : Beauty 'Culture in all its Phases : h: ,
..: ; .. ,\ ; j Permanents Scalp Treatments .
COAST RAILWAy................................................. ; 605 SIMONTON STKEET: PHONE;,11_ .e. }.f, :!; :; : Facials Shampoo Manicuring : .
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Lroccted Rut Save 20% :. .............................................eest.. r'r':; : '!."CQCOANtTI'S t :: :.................TorAppoln'mentYhon.1991N.w .3...........................I
t : : OD dwellings Fire 1 Insurance : '' :.Cr -. '" ;.. .....................e"...........::.... .!.,
DR. COBO'S + nwrc a n 111bldgr. : : larlandTo'p.SoJI; ,| Ji.SPoNG :' : PHONE 1311:
Landscaping! ,
by INSURING with :+,; .
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household : T r : -. .,.. .: .Marion'sCAYO 1400 Dural Street '
:, and personal Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. : TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or SLOO PER'SACSsy; ;: '+ .. : 1lI.
I FLZMIHO STREET: effects. : MARL HAULED.ss.oo) for 4 YARDS .", "':*,, i. 4- -WJrSljfp.to.Aoy>Port. ,Iof ; HUESO BEAUTY, SALONSouthernmost ,
lieu oi L. Concha Hotel ,, Save 15% on All Policies Non-Au uabl. : Also Lots. Cleared and Marl Spread-Very'Reasonable:'*:'t: r..t ,f: &. .:or Canada ..' :' House'in the U.S.A.: "
.. PHONE' 124 MercantileStock j. L. Crusoe Agt. Phone 674 ;: :: --"-T "' 'z:' >' .iJLUrVv,.,.<-''PaI'auo<: : ... .:
', 1021 Oliw vmJWT r )*., .. MncLEVY
S. ...................... ............ ............................- e....... :: 'G'' .W'IEC' B PIIONE'801' Sl.5, :fr ,18'?l:;I Kea7VOL; South, ? :St.. :: :: .itFeaturinCJ. Reducing;Massage lETHIOD ; ,

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: SHOP a JEFFERSON COFFEE SIlO p.t :te"4"...,.._.f. .... .e, ..................................... ****.
.. ; ; B.&B. CYCLE ..._ .:ro..ot_, ... .- For More Nati
Ride the Bus to the ; ; 118 DUVAL STREET: .. "" -'.'REALESTATE : ural Hair Tinting
.t1: GOLF COURSE 1 822 Flaming St. R. M. Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 Open and ": .:: .::. .. : : or Finest
; Daily Sunday, f'I' :' : ':. .' inPerm.n.at
Cushman' Motor\'I Scooters 5P.M. to 1.A.M .i 1ei Waves :..
I : BERVTJIG t. : .:i: "' i. !. ,

Sales and Service Immediate. Delivery COMPLETE i/inners .. ,. \ r : .... :r: i..' : Beauty
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches 'a:. -:". .11.. ;. .ReUfsls. :
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RIDE AWAY. ..............REASONABLE............PRICES.......... .............1., .f.. M-..i" ."cm: : : Colony
TAKE .. ............................... ... ... ...., : \ : r. S21 Southard
BUS ; : r 'ZfF.rWMt ,g, ,4 Street ;
N0. 1 INSURANCE'- ,Cna ; : Next to Southernmost
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to the j' Now you can: fide an .conom- ; .. Beauty
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GOLF 1 cal Onhmaa Motor Scooter ; ,,, rk School '
vas \t.:
.. FIRE WEST f .4t
\ LINKS I while payinf for it. and I. '-aD..I.1 JJ." .. All Licensed :'f
money method you of trinsportauon.over other pey and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE): y.... i : .. /.1.J11.A.TOa.; : .: :' :I :- Beauticians
: S Have Funl i y for free.information.eeeee Onhnun.. Com in for ;, Key West Insurance Co. ::! l ::l:: =t.=.. : : ? Specializing Modern inMost

i KEY WEST COLT CLUB : .................... ....*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..e 31S SIMONTON STREET. >PHOHZ U.;lWi--,. .;..:"'a.'FTI a.. i12a,_ a41i1' a :; ;: 1 Beauty Phase Culture of : "':
.........e..**........ Directly in Front of Postoffice :r' '., J!' .-: _
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.............eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I *- SEHABLAESPANOL*******
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24 HOURS SERVICE : FOR 'tENT AUTIFY 44 INSURANCE.. : :., ,Good Work-Low Prices
Experience in Watchmak- : FOR SALE !: i r
tug qualifies us to assure. :: : Our Customers Must BeSatisfied C/A fA [ : Your Entire House teith .. :,: :;- .- :' ; .between X3AM. and 1:30PJ ; '
you accuracy: and dependability e ... rr I"! -. OFFICE ., <.-Appointments axe accepted t,,' tZ'
S in repairs. i' > 518 'SOUTHARD : from public by Senior Students of fi
Whether it is the inex% 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 13M .
pensire seen jewel or : : --: __"TJt.Eh"'r" : TheSouthernmost I .'1
the most costly serenteenJeweL OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE' ASPHALT TILE : ""Oypslt Bus Station e. .
infinite can U always : ........eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei' reeeeeeeeei ........... !-_ i.."'. ,. : School
guaranteed. ..............eeeeeDRUM EXPERTLY INSTALLED, :. -., :.
If watch is not >. Ph No.1 of Beauty Culture I :
your : : ; t; one
giTing you'complete sat BAR and TELEPHONE 1454' FOR .ESTIMATE' _._ :.. 1-' ,..- .: .e.
,: {(faction. why not bring : : t.- .. r.third Street :
': U in7 Our charges are ex- Key West -. ..: J _- ,'. THEPorterAllen. : *
reasonable. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT :- There are a number available with over 800 hours ,
"i tri DAN ly VAROLL .: 825 DIVISION STREET.PHONE 8112 i: i i phases of state in approved beauty culture.instruction These who student know beauticians the latest .
"We Deliver-' .
--- under o.
e Floor Co. expert supervision of a licensed teacher .
: WATCik-; JEWELRY .. : 9 Best Diinka and Coldest Beer in Town + Covering M E- :Companyootos : :: though beauty culture appointments, do good are work not required at very, low it 1s price advisable. Al :

: ,Work Pone On Premises Packaged Goods 130 DUVAL STREET KCT WEST.. noIUr1- : : For Appointment : ..:
......... ................. ..... ............................... ... Stop at
: 515 Fleming Street :... .. .. ..................e.............................. .... ...ii....- i..i.,. ............' ...., .. .......523.. SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE ** 7 '.
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i. : : FANS $5 loo : i KEY WEST .HOUSE MOVERS i i. :

I :: When Yon
: Food Shopping : ..... CASH or TEJUIS.a : : A. D. Taylor. _'(Form., **..rtot M!+i r_k",,.Minagtr.. : :: :: .

: Be Sure to Get .. :' ,: BONDED aijJ jBlta tt EIJ' '' : : :

:. : The flUtcd. :.'..,,: FREE ESTIMATES GlVEJU-TELEPHONE' .1512 : f PLUMBING : S

,' I RadioRc'vth' : All'W rk G a.r ht. d. :
e : x Installation and Repairs :

; .. SERVICE in South Florida
: t 7 See Beautiful New Majestic End and pAY Yid wwiA:. .trSEi : :
The Foundation of Todey't Table Radio-Phonograph at IENS.PI\NfS: =y1tls.Itdn10.13, .: FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST:

: Heel Planning : 1 ; I :DreKe*. Call Us' and Be Satisfied !II
i l Al's Ladies' Coat Soft WALfPflrCELadJe.*;. JJ ,
Music Co.
e GREATLY.REOJCED- ust ArrirediJrVWa Dre,1Set
BALTB FAIIALDO ni WeKar* 1. I' .Phones 781 and 229-W
Key Wart l tml ;4- ': ; : ; The LateatRZT 522 Southard Street ; j HAMILTONMEANTUPCO: i

: 707 Whit he.d St:.Nile Cct.Jutasl* SL,. -.Phone',1S12' :_ 512 MARGARET STREET.
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SIX THE, BEYWE,4T. ; r --. .
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I Swiss. Prepare To. Fight In, Defense I Your Horoscope 'j[ rte d Foav'iJ,1 ,r.iJJJi"i/rJITI.lII.Ii'I.iT"I."iiT.ir"ih......* .t- / ,,. "

BERN Switzerland ((1P) -j MONDAY. JULY 26, 1948:-Tor Drowned In River .....,.. .. I' .c. ,.;";
Switzerland, where neutralityis' J day gives great ability inspeechand i \ '" -Zo'' Ji
written into the constitution, marksmanship since William writing and great enthus- NORTHAMPTON. Mass.-When .:; -- ...
TelL He. said he considered iasm. The mind .is. elastic'and his .' '. .. ., ..
is getting ready to fight in na- ,dog got caught in. a strong i4J, L oJ.-i
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tional defense. j t Switzerland's militia army,-made somewhat given to wandering. current while retrieving a. lick .. "' J.t.\' ;..,."i._." :" IA
Swiss Army Corps commandant up of men who' :\:ve to performa The sense may be, naturally* rather he had thrown, Michael Kabslek '. :;; .. :.4. ,
Louis! de Montmollin. whois few'weeks military service each undeveloped need xo.be 55. plunged into the river f Ia.StYe ; '..-#
chief of staff, told a recent year'and' who are required to .carefully trained in the laws of the dog, even though he could 11.: : ';.:., ". I.
news conference the staff did not keep up their rifle practice, 'in life and morality. Neglect of not''' swim a stroke. r>ah 'lek '. : .
ahticipate a surprise attack on keeping with our modest means this precaution.may lead to a sank as his wife, Margaret,'60, C ." :: '. t ;
Switzerland by any great power. and'our "conception of national. compulsory retirement fronf business looked on helplessly but the dOg ..:, ;o".. .. l ;,. .. -
But. he continued "we must. defense** _and social life. finally reached the shore. r-e,. .'. / ". '
continue to develop our information ---- ---- -- -- \.: .' 'J.. ''': ,. "

service so that at the moment -t EX-CONVICT SLAIN ONE SEIZED "iN KILLING WAVE .. 't I s ,it '- h'
when the first shots from p! : : ;rt I i .r I '
afar crash on our country our -* ,

army must be.ready to fight. i -.1 ..:. <. .' t. 1 I .' tlR'" _
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-.,ln fact he ;aid a reorganization .. ?..or.., .. ;
of the entire Swiss military :. --,"" '
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setup was indispensable. What 8 fg .
he had in mind, he explained; a Vy+ : F
was a gradual process taking into { k '

account the new weapons. The ," :' ,
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ideal situation, he said, would beta -'
go underground literally, with 'I ". : '
all vital commodities. .but no hai "\ .' .
country uld afford that. i ? w s
De Montmollin warned the >. '..
Swf.s; to be prepared for a revival i ):a, / '
of gas warfare, for a 4 gym iw : : ..1 : }
launching of bacteriological war- :
e fare, for atom bombs and rockets ( w :1 .
and "the certainty of mere .f
extensive air war." But the chief : ', '\ ,. :
of.staff thought it would be "pra- ::V I, '. =,. i :; .
mature to dispense with Switz + t I. ": .f'. ,' .
erland's\ infantry-the riflemen 'I. .
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for I : '..
who/have/ had a reputation '
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Among the visitors at the city i' : .

200 were a gentleman and his' : : .,
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cousin- from the mountain coun- "c i! .... ..' '. ', -I. '. J'.
try. The grizzled mountaineer .' ;.., ., f. L i5 i---_ .'.
stood spellbound, as he viewed -.:. '>:<- :: : ': a.:
the elephants, giraffes and vari- .. I '
ous other animals and birds. It # t A. t 4xSy&rt .5'r.:*: -. : _
was with reluctance that he left 9 ;- ,'" :f -*1 : ; "
one cage,to go to another. I I ? yys : 1- ": American printer writer patriotdiplomat J

As they came to the monkey j I 1 1 _____
cage, however, our friend paused ,
for only a moment then hastened ,* (fP) Wirepholos 1. .
away. I : : :! and physicist I II
JOHN C. WEST ( left). 24. shot : ; : :
"What's the hurry!" asked hiscornpmion upper ex-convict: was to death and his companion. Robert M. Dan y :: : I : :
who loved to watch lei! (lower left), was captured in a gun battle'wit'.i'' officers at Van Wert. Ohio. after the youn rugitivej .- .
the monkeys. f were charged h killing seven persons in a 14-day crime wave. Eight: State Highway: I .'-::'.'.':...,. '., .. .
"I didn't mind a-lookin at the Patrolman Harold''J.;Cars well looks at blood stains on front seat 'of automobile in which James I ; ... .
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elfants and seen," he said, "but Smith, one of the seven victims, was shot to dea::h near Tiffin..O.' '' !i
these wal they were a-lookin' I 7 ,J' : K'I.
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FIRE SWEEPS AP 'WmEP OTO ROOM IN ATLANTA. I.. ,j << f" '' ": : till

--- ._ -- : .- ... :-MASTER fields .'
The Weather : A: in many part, its proud; heritage.. From

FORECAST : : BenjaminFranklin' served his his small Philadelphia prirtteafcly :_

cloudy f Key West with and scattered Vicinity showers: Partly j i fk
and.thunderstorms through Tuesdays .. .
Moderate southerly winds. crafte r : ;
Florida: Partly cloudy this aft-! I p ; .

\viVh ernoon[ scattered, tonight afternoon and Tuesday.and eve- ;>a tar : dl ito t:* 'and publisher of his men have continually striven' .

ning showers and thunderstorms.Easl ., .c,
through:Cull Florida and Straits Jacksonville: Gentle i qc c s, Q itll t, t r k ks : o;j;'f & aer. for improvement and perfecg

to moderate variable winds most- ,

ly Weather southerly partly through cloudy: with Tuesday.widely < I, *>To.:ErSiiklin" American pIl- lion in the technical' *art of &
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scattered chowers and thun- i. -

derstorms.* No small craft or storm warn- : I lisliing. and; printing owes,. in printing.'OT ) .. "
i tAgs! have been issued.Report. e, "0 j h I .\ .. I' -.". .: .' ., -. '
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(_Observation. Key West 8:30: Fla.taken A.M.. July at EST City 20) .Office.1948 : '!i}:;:;< -, ? ,' : L : i :lr: : / .j .

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Temperature .
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Highest yesterday 85 lrn' :' -
a -. + + + l' .
Meatt lowest last night. .. 81 77 '. :r.y2 I I .. :,;...J....:: '.'t.. .'''-f.', ::-e15 : r "X .:. .-.:, ', .r ;..:';-,p'. ..: ." '.. '

Total Formal.---------------------' last Precipitation 24 hours .29 ins. : .:, ;. < :.: : : : ,, .. ____

Total this,month 5.04 ins. '
Excess thismonth 2.41 ins. a .
Total this year .. 22.72 ins. ------ i : F' : ARTMAN, RESS"has '
'Ecess this year '. 6.28 ins. (ff) WirephotyWIREPHOTO -mftre )than thirty .years THE spared .

Relative Humidity OPERATOR CHET MORGAN (center) looks over the ruins of the Associated Press t..:

..*- at t:30 ,AJ4. Wirephoto department in the Atlanta bureau aft:r'.a": ire early vttday raornmg. Equipment.furl : nok -effort. r; to ,produce only! Ihe.l l highest quality pIiq ing. Each .
: 14 : .
r ntshings and records valued at thousands. dollars were 'destroyed.. Members of the staff believe .
Barometer "it started from a short circuit in a.dark room. 'I
(Sea Level) 8:30 AJ4. I IW 1 job! .
> 30.06 ins.-1018.0 xnbi : experience .

., Tomorrow'.Imanae_ I IV I the .
Sunrise ._'...___._..._ 5:53 a.m. I e. :- .. :
Sunset _. ..._ no ._.._ 7:14: pan .J', .\' :' .t.... ._
Moonrise 'hm. __._. _._ 11:17 p.m. I J : ;"'I.. .0.;. 4c "

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,..... Eastern.' (Naval Tomorrow Standard Base)Time; WilCTHE ARTMAN PRESS+ your personal an( :your bI hiisiness ;:

j k J.. 1:40 1:40::High p.m.aon. 7:40 1:53.p.m.:Low.a.m.. LrtQI. r w .cam F jirin iig requirements will be handled: EXPERTlV ;: sWIF'i'LY. a I

1 .iand ECONOMICALLY.\ ? ;
Reference Station: Key,West .
** Time of|Height of ..0.Rf :

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t+)-Plus sign: Corrections. to 'H
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4mMinute(h-Hour. '\ : CITIZEN BUILDING ''PHONE 511

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'Z NEW PARTY SUPPORTERS of Henry WallACe carry banners and;placards at the railroad 1 staHoa 1];tol S .
The earliest historian'probably i4'.Phnadelphia! Friday' welcome their candidate to Philadelphia. The founding convention ; _
was Herodotus. of-the.party opened Friday night'for the formal nomination .Wallace. "jr.lr'.l'.I".II.1"I'iil"4TILli".I".lI.I
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Bomber Were Losers; 7.- the recent All-Star game, .

INDIANS LOSE AND A'S SPLIT To 0 Whitewash; Handed { naL\.GGIO'S GRAND SLAM HOMER DID IT_ made 2. his Wl.it big-leagUe manager exit recently at Phil-.

I :; t, Conchs i8 By SiibRon Four adelphia? \
-r, jIn 3. Who is Tony Zale's .next
P.osox Shutout Tribe, 3 to 0; And r 2 -I biehenJ I It Iw Opponent?

5. Wha; .was the result of

If I ; Athletics \Whitewashed' % Tigers i, Glovviis Defeat Pirates' i" Oafcl 's single in the! nlhth I' 'i. Beau Williams Jack's? last crack. at Ik*:

inning with the bases loaded I i 5. What 1 is the present t homer

I And Gain i >.1 gave the Scorpions S a 5-4 decisionover .record in the.majors?. ..: .
4 to t 0 tn ? isCame; .. I Leadership the. Bombers and broke up' ,I '
., a pitching' duel between young
tlARDS AND '- o"Moa'ddr! r, and the 1. Leo Durocfcer.- ,,
: veteran .
I VIDEO ; .. : .'" Of. Senior. B.B. League el Marco Sanctiei. th the opener,1 i 1 1SubRon 2. Ben Chapman exPhntypUnt. ',
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How., Stand -. Four whitewashed the 1 1Concha I .3. Marcel Cerdan, European;
They .
NA i MARINES NOSED N.A.S.a: ,l. T<4.liehind. Smith's five- i champion. "

:AND., PIttA 1 i' Island CUr Staler AND ROSE. TO' SECOND !I Resient FishingCoinmLsfcidHSims hits. Tao'pitching. big '\innings; the fourth fA I 4. lie in sixth.was K.' (O'ed'by. Williams .

abd: eighthwas' all the 5 60.I .
rnrfieAa; I (Municipal Baseball; LeagUe Stadium) I PLACE; TIE: WITH, t 'Li t Foul'heeded t to clinch 'the SubRon gameagainst I
keIIsly '
'NEW YORK : { Clu -. W. L. L-Pet: BlJCS I ; Q.fil the C bdzs. ( a.f Who KhWtt ?
Red Sox ye ]Key West Clowns'" __ 2 0 1.000Pirates Tallying' three hins in the I \

top of the '] _'_ .____. -+:-.__ .1 1 >..500'U.'S. Key Welit.! Clowns nudged the] fourth, on ,i walk and three,hits,
beating the Marines ._J.= _. h_ -1 1 .500. ]Pirates, 4 to.3 and U. S. Marines 1 they'*iced the game, in the eighth I I. What; part of the retail.
Naval Air Station" :: 0 )()() i by .scoring. lout times on two hits I dollar goes for food ,.
X2OOO- .
3-0, and by -' edged the Naval Air Station .; ....... .. ... Clti...; I
t ,TJV .t r. lZi' want and,an error. One'of the 2. Name the state and cities;
with Detroit the.' same'score in.twQ :; TALLAHASSEE,: ;July 29..=-li hits .Powell's termed *
|; Island City Baseball League very good : : was triple with the "safest in the .nation. -
MB:; won the ?, Army Barracks Field) -games played yesterday' :f -!you pay more than, two dollarsfor base;'.loaded- i 3. What is the MMa-in-Law"'

dropped the' ,: Club W. L. Pct>'n oh.at Municipal, StadiuM trWickers t' your hon-resident: fkhitig jf\ tl- ,.Smith; ''SubRon four hurler, ship! :;
The New fSubRon' four: -_ 7 1 .875 Field)' by members of ;;tense you're getting'eypptd.- struck'! out 6 and, issued only one I 4. How much of {U. S.. Surplus

two j,!'Bombers -. .. 6 3 .667 J;the Island City Senior Baseball The State, :'Game, and: FreshWater I freer pass., MeCann 'led the Navy overseas has been sold? I '
games ConchS _._n_...__ ..---.- 3:6 ..333.Scotpions )('Leagua. '" 1[r Fish said I at.,tf'P1ai\ ,with a double. and I 5. Which state consumes Out
White i!, commission
Sox, 5-3 [ tcv .
i .. -1 4 .200 r;, The triumphs Sent the Clowns L f single .jn four tries. 1 1In" I I most: beer?
Washington I into solepossession of league t rdaylKoi: llcerifee d!e&lef h1'4 might the.'second game, the Scorpiosti | S ;. I. 6. How many people,are. i\\i4re
fluid game 1!: 'Florlda-teicrniixonal. )[f leadership with two victories and 'J]:to". charge more tlisif'(tie lee sett'i r ;ha dto'come from behind to| : I in the U. S. for every square*
Browns, '5-1, f'l '
|no losses and shot the Marines : by the legislature= The agency defeat Jhe-Bombers. I 'I mile of lane area? 11
second, 54.Boston I r-r'r' Baseball League into tie for [ .. 7. Which is the moat'denltel:
jup, a second place had' cornplaifiis Y.BaMeador, Bomber hurler,I ------- --- -,----- --- :- I
\1: CTub w,. L. Pet:rwiuY the Pirates'with one_ 1 lost! said it received: : ,had: ii three-hiter gin into ,the_* ..; (JPWln.ph.rt.c.) I. populated state"m\the \'. 5.1 .
first 'game<< fr Havana -' ___.hm':L-7138'* .651';fund: one won each. 4, that "several sUb-deaJe'r r- ninth ,but he weakened and i 'I 8. how many men have'vol-
Cardinals, 6-5, Tampa' .. ____ u_JJ5 44 596 in theopening battle yester-: Overcharging I;reuse buyers.i.; : hen jrjelded three hits, combined j JOE DiMAGGIQ (left>. New York' Yankee cuUielder.'tcoreengtttKi I. unteered for duty in i the arrmxT

ond contest: 8-6. .Sl-Petersburg _' _____5650528'::,.day, the Leathernecks won :their -Under the law,* |ajiih :fcbin< : wUi'a couple of walks spelled I slam,home run in1 fifth inning! bf,YaAke-Clne aDcl'game forces since 1946? ;

ers/divided j ILak land _,___ __._ .54 53 .505',game, with, the Naval A Station mission in-.a.. _statenient- '"aresr-l >hls 'defeat. infNc.w. York. The blow'beat"Bol1-Fellet and his fellow-In:Clans. I 9. What did the wheat crop

Pirates, 7-C,The J Miami Beach152 57 .477 outfit in the final Inning after ,dent fishing 'license shetil ';cost ,"Atomic, Bombers took a 2 to 0 and tied the Am ilcai\..Leag e;pennant'race/in' a -ithat-; total in 1947 ?
second, 7-4. j l West J alni.Behch .. 48 62 ::436'Miami *two men went 'Robatin < 101| What leading American'university
.u ; down. lead' m: the first inning whenthey'seared stage tf the, amp igft.' Shaking hands with ;Joe is Yogi Betas:
The Chicago __. .. ;* io : $1.75 plus 3 twenty i -dv:cents recently appointed
''' n -146: 61 hit hertstop, ,who overthrew i tt\'ijce; ,on two walks, Waiting to cotigratula\: him' are the three who scored en his.hcmer
the New York. : Fort Lauderdale: 41 68 .376!n first base. Brown then poled another : county'judges' f fe4-ifiihdho th r two errors-: and Jack Vallareal'ssingle. -Tommy He'nilcju Charley Keller and George Stirnweiss.. its first full-rank woman profess:
of'6 to 3, while ball to the shortstop, who ;There .is no" legal.proas: ) n 'tatanyidditiolMi They added another "in Indian Passarcllal sor? "V
.1 The catcher is Jim Hegan. Th umpire Art : I
Reds twice Major\ Baseball Leagues again overthrew first allowing ; l fee3.for'au-deal; the=second' on two errors and .
delphia Phillies '* 'I I Robatin to go home. sOri a close e rs,* *' .- .. *> George' Barber's 'single.- -- --; --.-:-- The Answers i "
to 2. 'I NATIONAL, play at the plate; Robatin was I ;In'many'sectionssotjntySudg.: \ : I.Trie Scorpions' scored twice in ;

The scores: Cub| W. L. Pet declared safe and the ball game es allow fishing crimps: spprting }he-'fifth on two errors and single World', Heal, h'.Prfibletna. !.UriflerAlfacka .. .
: ; '. Boston _.mU. --_-,.____.52 37 .584-was over. goods stores, tid ether/' business : J. 27.6 per cent according to
,J Brooklyn _- ._ : ... --- 40 .525! ;:j jSt. jNAS I scored three :times in the places to.distribule-perrnits:; b'y-Daimy.- Lopez and the Commerce-Department. *

Boston ._.. "h '._ 'p ., Louis, .__ ___ 46 41 .529'; first inning on an error,and three ,t' .. '. :..;< 2. Connecticut Oklahoma
Cleveland __ : Pittsburgh44 42 ..512New :::r: hits, one each by Caldwell Beau- : a 'TheBombers, tooK'a,4-2 tallied lena inthe. City, Okla. and Wilmihgtbi
J Pobson; and ; Yorkh' .___. _. 43 43 .500 j ford and Pearce. That was all Still ,Climbs, P n l e i ;eighth when they a .j..f. ,'.Ti Del 1-
Paige and : Philadelphia 43 48 .473 l*, for' the Air Station boys.t run];onVallatears' triple, "and JoeCafcaV .".... '. 3. Scottish parents are getting
First Cincinnati __._41 49 .456:J t From there on out Repp smirk j .it 91 Y single.' "'"';', .- ,' together'to come to the U. Si ft?
f : : Chicago __ '_ ..._,38 52 .42%;,I out six NAS batters-five in a ) sp e : ark Ahgvkeirk started the .Sc r. >,' ::: visit their daughters who mar;
Philadelphia AMERICAN; t row three in the fourth and the 1 ,'1*, y,'- 'j ipns' hair of .the 'ninth by being : ried CL's. :
Detroit __. _!... :: .club--, Pet:!(I] first two in the fifth. HOUSTON:tex.-iAlthougtt.: ''hes bit:;: by. pitched ball. After Lopes : 4. Almost 98 per cent. _
W. L. '
(Coleman and ; Ji In the third; Shepperd singled js 91, 'E E. .Pti1ltna "- doubled Sanchet singled '<- ,\ -. 5. Pennsylvania gallons.
)I stillchrabs
Boston ___ ________.54 36 .600 wK : .
; Ahgueira.home. RodHgiiez, < :
i 6on'Trucks', Philadelphia .. 56 38 .596.6 s i and in the sixth Beauford singled J } Wfeilf.J5eU 'Ji\\". .. J year per person. ,.. \
J fari 'thi'oWn.oot .
r fbYSartchez7 was,, '
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for the rest of the Flyers' hits. Retirement nbw[ ; when iClialy rdflagpojeslj average
:{ Cleveland51 York ___ __.____..5237 36 ..586New .584bettoit ,;1 Marines scored three in the fifth slipped 1 from; al, 50-root'', gpclein' i teipg} but Paso drew: ;a 'walk.AfUtfPufeda ] ; i 7. Rhode Island .with-719 rf5-
1 struck\ Oar-
Detroit ; f to knot. the count The rims out C. idents squaremile. &
----- lame per
'. .___4.t'45 .494[! is r. M4t'O' .pej ylid l
Philadelphia : flutchinson.. 1 Washington3950; 1).!; and a homer by Brown.. In the 1 jes"with";the,count,two and nothIng -] I Air Force. '
ner; Scheib, : ; Lairs---------' 53 .376 it seventh, .1 betw ,'*'J:. Garcia: slashed a'single ''' : ;W" 8. 7,364,751,000 btishela: .'
they won the'game. eitfilkt:6nd
1 ... er Chicago 28 61 .315 : .{ ....
Chan and 1 At bat Beauford'poled two second K j between, first arid second to win .. 10. Harva'td. Miss! HeUln i

:... First' 1 ;; safely to Jead the Flyers.,* ,, ',Id theft- nabV bf{UieVsaihe; ';'ftv-1 t er'Ttttttes : Maud\ Cam lecturer jii History
Softball liacuesClass
'i' \ I In the' field, Robatin Fisherand I nit g, the ClowH3* igaJn"feaotleathe # : Sanchez pitched, and batted 9 ed0 P ..... .._ at the University oi Cambridge,
New York _._. "A" Nole were the best for.the sco e. An errorby ,Albi ryl his'-Ueani i to' victory as he bat-: I As:-the Assembly the World Dulth.Or AlzaUon WHO) chArts England, to a full professorship

Chicago.(,....._ ,.Club- W;L. Pet victors. Fisher, Whitaker and! who'ove l'1fffV fir b Wisllowec ledttnree, singles in'four-ttips toJacK"Villareal. la world-wide.program for better,heal h. Dr.AiidrtJa Stamparof ..
Lopar1 and' ; Bob's Sport-*Shop 21 1 .955. Shepperd for the losers. Smith t io reach sewn /; '$ingk4by. thP1: t I'Yugoslavia'(center) presides ver'a sesston of,the UJ*. SjJeclaUtcd.IAreneyln

Pjerettl and VFW __ 11.13 .488 Box score: Mclntoch ;and Brown'-scored lead trie 'Bombers'aZ .; Geneva. With'him are Wild Executive Secretary BrockChisholm
: A'dams Dairy 8 15 .348 Naval Air ,Station Smith; MekrUjch ,w|>irirouf;'at. 'the plate With'a.triple and (left). and UJ*.' Asst' Sterebq-t1eQcrat Hfenrt Uflilen BROADWAY

... SubRon Four 6 16 .273 Player- AB R H PO A E the plat on a perfect throw< !t-. sI 1cl -In four tries. -
New York Class **B" Fisher. 3b 4 1 0 1 4 0 e.bY.Ya,1.dq., r!; .Bo"* scores''FIItST! CIGAR STORE
Chicago} -4' Club: w L. Pet Caldwell 'If 3 1 1 2 0 0 Iho Clowns ..wta'the.gane'in'tbe, ,: --: .GAME i ELECTED j Gets; Paint t Job. ,

.Raschi and TI"k; Elks Club _______ 13 8 .619 Whitaker 2b 3 .1 0 3 0 0 I eighth. Dean singled;,*rid, were, A'> Conch ... ... 610 Dilvai i Street
Grove .__ second PJiyer AB R H PO A ; .- """'
VX-1 Flyers 12' 9 .571 Paulson Ib _._ 200500 to on a passed ball. Alee, Done For
I l Kantor's Men's Shop 11 10 .524 Shepperd cf u_._ 2 0 1 4 0 0 the Clowns pitcher! ; ''then pia-1 Ingfaham, If 30000Failon,2b itv> II i ryeSYRACUSE -

.,. : Naval Hospital _* 6' 15 .286 Beauford ss __ 3 0 2 0 1 3 ceeded to win his own 'contest _.___ ___ 4 0 1 4 5 'T .i.F i.: N .Y, ...The1 auto- COMPLETtJBASESALt:

Washington St; Louis ...___ Pearce, rf ___ 3 0 1 1 0 0 by slamming out" ar triple! tJjifht k .- tf '__ .._ 4 0 1 1 0 '. i mobile of David, H.. .Smith 20-,
4 0 0 1 1 ,
Blumquist a--_. 3 0 0 5 1 1 center that scored 'Dea4\-with the !Sands( 3b } ,
rborough ; Rounds 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 paying run-the .cue tbtt touinte4most Griffen, rf ..--:..... 4 0 0 0 0 ; recently got a new paint job.
ford., Ostroweki city RecreationProgram ; p. .:.. - in the record DOI ks..: Meansis- _._ ____. 4 '0 1 0 :2Reiiriguez Backing! out of his ,driveway i! SCORES
{ Smith struck the ladder of *
.._ 4 0 1 60Stbrling I
Totals26 3 5x20 6 4 At bat, Alee poLed two'safelr; '
Ib 3 0 1 12' 1 painter working on the house -
in Smith ,
three tries and got ;two !
SC: Louis m._. :? U, S. Marines out of four for the victorsSut; Villareal, p -.__ i 0 0 0 2 i next door and down came the FOPtjiXtt BRAMDS i
R H PO A E white arid all. The
Washington PlayerAB painter, paint
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two dValdez !
ton of three ; -
ou ar ; ;
Schwamb, Robatin 2b -__.n 32 1 120 two out of fve. topped thenos Totals- 32 0 5 24 11 r painter was taken to a hospital Cigars; and ColdSoft J JI
te*; Harrist SOFTBALL Brown, 3b ______ 31 1 211 I ing outfit .. ; .f;) '" -- SubRon Four 1 for treatment of shock and bruises -
son and Early. Fisher-c ___ 30 1 730 % ; M PO A while Smith's black car had to
'. 15&"'.. Park. NightTONIGHT' ; In the field, the be st.' were PlayerAS{ R Drinks
-: Kronlage, sai 3 0 0 110 Valdez Sutton. and Alonzo, wile Smith'.p _.- 4 1 1 0 2Zacbat3uk have its white ,splatter decora- J

NATION" First Gamtlaval Hospital vs. Daughtry, rf .... 30 f 000 made two wonderful catcher, ;, 3b ___ 3 1 0 1 3 1 liort removed... ;; ,. I .
Kantor's, Men's Shop. Mangr inn, If 3 0 1 000 for the losers, and Smith, :Dean McCinh: ; If ...._ ...__ 4 2220 i -- '7' --- -- -- -F'
__._._ 31 1 0 ...mmnulmmmnnU1lUJnUlmnmJunmmmnUUlllmmlJUnUUmmlluunumullmll1: m mlUllumvnr
Ib : 1 10 '
!I Second 'Game- SubRon 4 VBob's Wolf. and Ellis for e..winners.,.* Hulf, man, .cf 4 1 1 0;, 0 .
Stl Louis. ct __ ) 0 bOO .
Chalmers ,30
-? 1 1 7
Sport Shbp. : Powell; C- -
Boston -._ : : TUESDAYFirst Repp, p ____._ 200021 pox.scor''QI-jY-'Pu'.tit- ". Stengfer, Ib -___ 3 1 0 13 0 :.
__ 0 0 0 0 I I:
Brecheen. zRoberts 1 0
Game-VX-1. vs. Elks h. : fHiPQ Mayti5rd,2b; __ 4 0 1 0 2
Player AB A E
son andt7icej! ; - ., 0 0
: 0 0
Club C. f-.: 5i'\" .$.1' ,0 lol1broo,. rf 1. i
White and -M Game-Adams 'Totalsr27 4 ft 21 ,,10> 2 Valdez. ,1 sa 3' 0 0 4 8 -
: 'Second; VF.W.THURSDAY Dairy xTwo outs when winning run Baker, ss-tf4 Q; t, .9; 0i Fohte.-. ; -..... --- ...- ..... .
i.. ys scored. Acevedo, 2b4 0. *.'lS :.1'0 ,0 'Pot&ls4- 3i 7 8 27 15 Coleman Rogers. preminent ,
; : t .
= J. Navaho,: c'24': 0 ; 9i'0' b \
Boston Game-Kantor's Men's' zBatted for Repp in 7th i.St'Of bj inhiiigst B. H. E. Public 'Relations execntlte atSt
First :
St Louis 1 Score : R. H. E.. J. Albury 3b. --.9 '1 .2 0 j : .
Shop YX 1 Flyers (rained by ihhifcgs Cohchs, __ 000 000. OO--8 5 3 !: Petersburg, was teaMy
ickford., VA. NJV5, _. 300 000 0-3 5 4 Sutton .If' 3.12. 4 -O' P fint.
). SiibRbn 4 000 300 04:*-t 6; 2 Elected a direct.r .f the Florida -t.t.Y
si Staley game J ____ 000 030 1-4 6. 2 Domenech, ss :"J"O 00 0 1 :
; ,Second Game-VFW vs. Adams' 'Marines __'. t Errors:: Fallon 2, ItennciJez, PntlicUy[ tad: Public Reli-; -_
Brown earned Alonzo, Ib t 1 1 7 0 0
RiceI Dairy (tie game). Home run: ; Fonts '2t; rUni batted ih: Powellt bona AssocUtle: ie.succeed AtAdj .
J. Jr. 3 1 1.0 :
I Station 2 Casa.
runs Marines 3, ; ; p Mc- ;
I t tt FRIDAY. -- struck out: by Repp 9 by Rounds xArango, rf _i 2 0 0'0 P (0) Haynakl; Jwo-base j three-base hits: hit: SL Petersburg. "rul!;. First Game VX-1 Flyers vs. caP .= Maynard; actlte the FUr- z
: long ia
; 1 00 000
t Brooklyn balls off Repp 3, off xxRegiater _
bases :
] 5 on .
t Pittsburgh .._ Elks: Club (postponed ;Rounds; 1: left on bases: Marines .;..- -- --..;... Powell stolen .base left: Ingraham blast;: publicity held wan'recently
'S anca game). I tSecond' ;5, Air Station 4; stolen bases Ra- Totals3' 3 9' 24, 3 4 sicrlficer\VUlirealJ Cohchs :6 double on play pptttUd Public (BelaUeu Director I N .
\ Game SubRon Four -, SttbRbn3, ;
nella: Chesn ,;: > botin 4, Nole 2, Fisher WhrUker; "cl .. Fonte to Powell: and Exeratire SecreUry (tM

and Fitzgerald. vs.(postponed Bob's! game Sport). Shop.t |wild pitch: Repp; time of game: Player; AB kIt PO A i: )SSSttr:: by) Smith e. by Villa- .r the Beer'Industry of Fl.ridi, 4 jjwith r .

2.15; umpires: Acevedo and E. Thomas 3b >f 0 0 0 1 0 lei H';,bases bh balls: off Villateft&i bead varters la MiamLLopei ; .

.. JUNIOR SOFTBALL Smith. Smith as _....i.;-...4<.i2j; 2. f 1 ,0 .off'Smith .li J balks. Smith: : i 14
Pittsburgh A. Mclntoch, c S'O 'I 7; ,0 ..0 losing i 'pitcher: Vittareal; winning H----- 4 i 2 *: a'f
Brooklyn .-- ,.BtTvitw: Park. Afternoon Joe Casa Jr., went the route Brown. Ib ..." 3' 0 1 'T 1 0 pitchcrt> SmitK.\ .. -. Sa'cheztp! J 0 ..3, .21-01 .
i Btfnham, and Morning for the Pirates on the mound m RicEar nd;;; ,.3 0 .0 O' Q 0 'fe SECOND GAME r. :IIi
gerald; Daily play._, the second game and for the first Roberts If 'I 60 1 0 0 8otabid'Player Totals- 33 5 6 24 ; .
Miner. Palica seven innings held the Clowns to D. Butler; rf 4 J :'.I Q' 0 'Q AD R H PO A iTwo outs :w \en winning \111 i

t TENNIS four hits before going down in ,Dean, cf ;._._ 11 J *: -\ ::0 BaJfd __ '.4 0 1 ,0 0 scored., ,. u,1
ChicagoYork: BayvUw Park. Afternoon defeat Ellis, 2b '__*_ 4 00410Alee AC'et' pdo, is .. __ i 0 1 4 4., Score by innings: R. It E. M tM
and Might ,- .,8.0'2 -I 2'0 .__'3 l' 0 0 1 010 4 S -..5Scorpions .'
I In the first Inning, a Dingle by p ---- : .. Said tsar 3b Bombers 210 000 .. : .
Hamner. .... .... a 1 0 6 2Vi : '
Daily play.g --- ; Roberts;e- : 0000200035 6 6 :' FOR HOME
---- : } :
i Smith and A couple of wild pitches or .. ,
MtCullough: Totals 33.4T2{( ? :,0xBattkd'torc.bwneotdv i 2b ..._ 4 t.:2: 3 2 Errors:: Acevedo.. Vilareal! 2> -
Kennedy and -& SKATING scored the initial run lot the : : .. Atbfj\ ;t1.4 0 0.1; 0 Casa 2, 'Paao, C. CSarcla 2..M.' "

M B.rri.w Park Night I Clowns. .xxBatted'",for. Casa, tr C :fl.-- 4 1 1 1 0La&tres. Rodriguez, Anguelra Sarichezl ; : .C COMMERCIAL USE ..r
rl ... FRDAY i ; Iii the fifth, the Pirates went Score by-Innings! !7IL' H.E, tb __- __ 4 0 0'11 0 tUns- batted ui: Barber, Villareal!; r" rI
Ci-*lnnati 1700 to 9:00: PhiladelphiaWehmeier.I -t I I Sutton singled.. Then a .Valdez; ,Baker\"sacrifice hit: Chez; two-base hit: Lopez three- ffeyir. Prepared To Furnish You Wills e.
( } base on" balls and an infield hit(I Dean; three-baee\hlti Alcef: r ned ,. 35 462612 bae hit: Vfllareft]; stolen -bases: CUES '>
and. Lamanno; BASEBALL Afternoon |i ibr, Casa filled the bsoes.: Valdez runs:' Clown# &. Pirates t; .. -:.-. Scorpions i Santana, Roberls; sacrifice : Ah-: :: Clear, Pure or CRUSHED ICE :
man Bicknell, Municipal SUdlum. J I singled to score th* two'runner truck but! :.by'Casa fy by ke 6; p yer- AB R H PO'APaS3i.28 gueira; left on bases: Scorpions >
inick. SUNDAY, !| who passed home plate. bases on balls: off.Cp9a-4. oft'Alee ___ 4 1 0 5 0 9, Bombers 7;. double play: 'Ace-I r Inc. I
seco 1:00--Clowns:: vs. Marines. I I Clowns tied the count in the >4t left 4;-bases: ; :"L"U'L.1owris'" 7 frates RIUlf.!' 4 .0 0 4 0 vedo< to Villareal; struck out: by: Thompson'Enterprises, :
: 3.3.0-Pirates: vs.; Naval. Air,Sta-l 5 sixth on an error sacrifice ark '8f passa DjIU: rca.a.rT.,; ,Garrfa, 3b 4' 0 03 2 Meador 6, by Sanchez 3; bases on
CineinniU; ; Uon. j a single by Ake. -: stolen, basest:McJntoci'J,'' Deah; J.:Garcia; .Ib 5',0 T '7 0 balls:' off Meador 5, off Sanchet 1 (ICE DIVISION)
Philadelphia .Army Barracks. Afternoon Pirates went into. the lead ,wild pitches: :.Casa'5: ;' bald,Alci;; Rodriguez, c 2 0 tt 3 4 3; hit by pitcher by Meador I' PHONE 'O. ,t KEY WEST.- b'Lii. .
Blackwell SUNDAY I alain in the seventh when a single time of 2.00 .Roberts 4 1024 .
game: ; umpires; M. .Rodriguez, ss I(fAngueiri); ,losing 'piicher: Mea, .1" .
Hu sser, To be.announced.- Valdei. I' 5 < ..
by Baker scored and 21620' J
Bloroquist ef i
#Ii Ahtii dcr; winning PItcher: Sanchez .BJ"IIIfI!n m -ltll-II' .
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Security Residents II Where and When To Meet Florida Was: : :. i HoneyIIcalingMtASC0

.Of Monroe\ To Receive More t!CLUBS. and ORGANIZATIONS' Of Dying Colonial SpainTHE .in,Healing with\5'-VF honey)JL Experiments are con tin-1'1 healing. honey are how being

uing-at a rapid in the Soviet
i .. pace: ;
.:..................A .. ...-.-.. .. & J 1 prepared.
'. ,: FLAMES OF TIME; Bays -*, --- V .. Union :.whfcre1.much'.;; progress. has
: .
Benefits Under New Law: Amateurs Astronomers. j Monroe County I been reported,, .
: I Association I Tuberculosis and Health I cord Kendrick. New York: AMERICAN\ ,AND A message from. Sverdlovsk' in
I Meets 1st Wfeuneauay of. theluuuUi (Continued From Page One .: ;
Charles Scribner's Sons; Gudok:said a ,candidate ion; a
d at meuiueiV Called meetings.
ONE HUNDRED FIFTY IN f. I htJlliC.>. P-UL. Nary Wives Club No. 18 $3.00. Stales and 'tvri '1:; Great Britain medical ifegrec; lojrish, 'H; con- t

,MONROE\ TO GET RIG Scooters To MeetTuesday\ I American Legion I Meets every Wednesday, 2 p. ] are meeting to consider the-Bar- ducting interesting i- experimentsin ;
I :Meets 2uu and lourui' v/ednes- m. at NCCS Center 1021 Duval A lusty story 'of Florida 'during -Inn* blockade and,the posslble'resumption : i 'the' Urals for obtaining honey

GER 'AMOUNTS AG. :I uay ut U e munvu, o p. m, Legion street. the days when it was stilla of 'conferences abovjt i and mutiiple! :-vitamhooey; s
Ni i ht iiuuie, JatucK; isauu. I i Parent-Teachers Association I part of dying colonial Spain. Gern-sint nf hp four great"povtf- I -The- bees it reported! air 1If
GREGAT1NG $15,000 f s. American Legion Auxiiary I i Key West High SchooL Meets I The locale of the story is St.. ers,. United States.Great Britain fed: on".hqqejr"er.su5ar was Iinuid-I'
The business meeting of he I 3rd Tuesday of the month p.m. France and Russia.. Reopening of )
I Meets 2nd ana tin Tnursuay Augustine' -Fernandma and I.whicn some meaieinalsubstance '
.. k
IFrvwVa.hl *t 1'.r.r.Wnie | Southernmost Cushman Scooter' in High School AuditoriumPythian the German talks' with the. Ru- "
... m. Legion the trerriiory bordering Geor added." 1 1"BoeS"
K., Ural rrtt .tl'fASIIIhiGTON 01 toe month B p. lorvitamIn bas bedri 1
D. C.. July 26. Club will be held Tuesday, eve- I Home, Stock Island. I II 1 I Sisters. 1.1 j clans I may V result- 'was S predicI I eating' this ;-'niixlare1'',
f ning at 7:30.: This .meeting was Professional Key West Temple No.. 20'; gia.Artillery Armes, the son of a I -I k .their) lifting the, blockadein I said,the message,-"are'(})toducirig-
and '
-Nearly IS!).residents of Monroe Business '
postponed Friday. July 23, 'due,I Club I I Meets 1st and 3rd Monday of Revolutionary war. veteran Berlin:: : V 's '\ honey which ,includes: the- substance -
County have about $15,000 Ito j weather; conditions 1 Women's month. 7:30 p: ITat Knights of :' turned pioneer is brought up by I1hrtp-six: '. 'j1mP.tICBI'l Sua rfot"stresses ( I II concentrated form
worth of interest in what the Plans will be made for the anniversary !I Meets 3rd Wednesday of the Pythias Hall. 728 Flemingstreet.,a band of rough "outlaws" and ''engaged. in Maneuvers!in } t
; which w.as added to-.the original t
special session of congress docs! party to be held' month 3 p. nn. Women's Club. Police Athletic League 'I I amongst the Indians. As he : f," land today' going as-.fax:> (' I .'*'
honey .0r.su ai.qu.id.
about increasing retirement ben-: Thursday, July 29. I II House 319 Duval street. I I Meets, every -Monday '3 p.m. grew to manhood he was involved ;Edinburgh in Scotland' It 'was .Some ot kiof honey l|I
efits under the Social Security !; I I : the- !
Chamber N. C. C. S_ 1021 Duval street. announced that. .arrangementshave
:I of Commerce j fin in the struggle between the I obtained carrot-milk, carrot-
system from Social it was Security learned Adminis-today I Sub Returns Meets 1st and 3rd Friday of I I I Rebekah Lodge ? Englishand Spanish claimants i I been'completed for th"etsu-: ;- I cabbage, egg-milk;.carrot ,and
the month 1215; p.' m.,.at Jack ,, Sparkling Waters No. 14 of Florida and eventually helped perforts to hold maneuvers" ; -witb black" urrant..

tration President records.Truman in callingthe I The submarine, Sea' Leopard, son Square, Y. M, C. A..Daughters I II. I month Meets 7:30 2nd and 4th at .Knights Tuesday,?!of of found the abortive East Florida RAF' planes l : ). *':".. I More. .than 80 different. types'of j you haven a boat
p.m. I(I
ConfederacyMeets The book'ends '
special session, has indicatedhe I which made run to Havana on o. The .Republic. ] you do nave floors and urni--
an. 728 'Eels'were
Pythias .1 Flebing trcet..j a delicacy ama4 I. (
I. 1st.Thursday of the i with the great"conflict between I
>,wants congress to get to work I Friday to give the members of Rotary Club I theRoman %; ,tore to protect Hot water, acids orI
I .
the the infant ? ; .
of U.
the Democratic platform as I the crew recreation period returned -; month; 4:30 p.m. at members troops S.j :' OFFICE alcohol can't harm it.
on blade
Meets 12:1: t SUPPLIES with
every ThurSday ; $;!! and the Indians ROBERTS 1 1it I
quickly as possible, and that I to Key' West Naval'Sta-1 homes. I r p.1I1at the Episcopal Parish Hall republic and led by'!I r.z.nihty.. : Ait5 to .1'h*.:1''ni It [Bakelite resin...lasts twice u long.
platform spells out higher social tion today.- Lt Comdr. E. C\ Linden Disabled American Veterans Duval and Eaton streets. 1 I Billy Mr.Bowlegs Kendrick King Payne. Spanish.soldier-,in'.search" >f..lQye : and. EQUIPMENT' J Come in today 1
security benefits. Moreover, the USN, is commanding.pfficerof ,Called meetings. obviously spent 126 DUVAL ST. .'P.HONE 250
I I Scout Troops much time in historical research and! the peso?? But/'wee f6rjje*; :
Republican platform also pumps the Sea Leopard. '. Elks Club B. P. 0. E. 4' Boy Scout Troops (White)-3 I for chronology of events and I this"ts a novel and not"a'.H.aXom WeCait. Furnish: You)With IJ

for higher benefits and greater. 65 Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdayof Boy Scout Troops (Colored). his description of the Florida When: we" began tq rea'dVtJS* the Following:, GAItON
coverage. aged and over) would be the month, 8:00 p.m. at ClubHouse 1 Sea Scout Troop, "2. Girl I 1 booki'we; thought ,.atropy"pf(3Xn! 75
I countryside are perfect. How- Metal 'FILES. Z,and '4 Drawers
the Administration side boosted about $21 per .month in
313 Duval street:: {
I Scout Troops, 1 Brownie Troop. l :
Adverse picked) '
thonyv was > .:
Arthur J. Altmeyer, Social Security I Monroe County. ever. we believe he'was over- : wit!{lock: Metal Secretarial} Desk F3raouARr ,
Club of Key West Call Isadore .Weintraub, Phone. writing 'je'vptplehapters '
Garden mistake.After -
in his description of
generous (Cery Grey- Remingtoa- 10
administrator, has recommended -I i Wives entitled aged 65 :or over of benefits persons I I 'Meets. .1st!! Thursday of the 857 for meeting dates. I life among the Seminoles and ,-.,Mrv ;K ndrlck'\j&ougfetsV Key -:Adding. ,Machines Royal
a formula for higher -primary -
t j,, month, 8 p.m",October through Veterans Foreign Wars Creeks. Either that or the Sem- toO;;: and;-as soon{as he "had iVilIery' Standard tr Portable Typewriters 20 1,1row.
Monroe nouldre-
beneficiaries in J
benefits to County -
and' to those existing presently coveredby : ceive an increase of slightly; 1 1I I' May at. the:Woman: Clubhouse,' Called meetings.:at...Club house,J inole tribe has degenerated dur. yeacirthc act';of 17.'$* If"'RENTAL-TYPEWRtTEBS and I Y

the system. I more than $12 a months Thereare I l 319 Duval streets 218 Elizabeth of street"Foreign Wars' ing the past 100 years for ,they!.. forgot: Anthony." V andtalked-abut. -" '.' APDING.WACBNES: i
The Republican specific pro- I between 15 and 20 such beneficiaries (I Humane Society 1 Veterans_ Auxiliary have changed their method :i. Artillery. :yx Visif-Ouz,Machine Repair Dept.'AAfAUAtI01101Ui010001OttOIgtIAt800i011i0001W. I

gram has not been spelled out : in the county. ,- Meets quarterly* Office, 240-C' Meets 2nd and ,4Ui Thursday I living relative to. hygiene ,arfq '. -,,\. :

but the GOP controlled senate I There would be more than $9 I!Poinciana Place- Phone Commerce 4050-J. of month. 8 nmat ,V !'W Club ......................... 'a44.J. : :: ::.:::-::::':!::-i.. :::::....-. I. { ..
finance committee authorized a a month additional for: the approximately Junior Chamber of House, 218 Elizabeth street.Interesting [ PIERCE BROS.Cor.
study of the social security system I 35 unmarried .ctvil- Meets every Wednesday. 8 p. : :W .
by a special commission,j i dien under the age,of 18 of primary -!I m. .at Club House: Flagler Ave. -BICYCLESRepaired .J4ALlMAIU -

which was headed by Edward I I beneficiaries or. deceased- and Boulevard. j i Notes CARDS- Fleming & Elizabeth Sts.
Steltinius, Jr. This commission I I insured workers. Junior Chamber of Commerce j': and RentedAlso Quality I
made detailed recommendations j 1! Between $15 and $16 more Auxiliary Wayshees) I'I I I to 0Yeic/ .'i11 oriel. PHONE 270FISHiRMlN (3)
for expanded coverage and higher would be added to the monthly Eels once were thought in Stock-NEW -
Meets every other Wednesday a\ .Toy; 0 Sundries
grow out of mud. : ,
benefits. benefit checks of about 15 'wid- Is house, PRINTING
{ m. at JayceesVclub BICYCLES TRICYCLES
Although the Staltinius and ows aged 65. or oyer of, persons i' p. Boulevard. I II '
Altmeyer formulae differ, the i Iend I 1 entitled to primary benefits< or:of I i!i Flagler-Junior: Ave Woman's and Club j The word taxi is derived from WAGONS SCOOTERS The HOBBY SHOP
"Taximeter Cab", as they originally ;; -
result in each cast is the deceased insured workers. I of month and SKATES
Meet ,1st
same-an increase in benefits of|t I More than ten widows-,- ret -I I 17:30 pmat Woman's Club were called. v 1105-division,Street' '.. Phone 91 dm
about 50 per cent. I f: gardless 'of age, of' deceased .in- i : 319 Duval street. Overseas Cycle Store I .
[House, I I
On this basis the nearly 150 sured workers who,nave'in their I The Philippines were .discov- Open Sun..8.A.bf.: Iq Noon
(:: or"umr unmarried I Ii Key West _Golf,-Club ered by the white roan !in 15.21: I 920 Division St. Phone 1380
beneficiaries of the preseit sys- own care- one I Meets Monthly, MunicipalGold but the Spanish didn't begin I......................... : !tt0600Dta0ti10pttlrfiarAirt; Igpbl00lptElOD''
tem.in Monroe County would receive \i!i children,under age' 18 would get;: -- ---
an average boost of approximately ]' an additional $16 each'month I Course Stock Island. permanent conquest of the islands All Types of Stationery
$17 per month, i II About $10 additional 'would'accrue Key West, Hotel and Resiarant until more than 100 years Portable -. > An- I u- ,
using SSA records as the basis to the handful of parents I I Association later. ,4 I Handy nouijccrnents .
for computation. aged 65 'or over who' were 'de-' Called meetings. I Direct Mail Cir !
I I 1 Paine's pamphlet HOT WASHERS !
Almost 70 primary beneficiaries pendent on deceased ,insured I KeJ"Wesl Players. Thomas t eulars-Printed ,
Monday of the "Common Sense," was creditedin ,, .
(insured retired i workers workers. Meets 1st Here at LOW. "
-- -- Theater, 1776 with crystallizing sentiment 26.95 and $36.95 We
--n month 8 p.mat Barn: EST: : PRICESI! : Will ,Buy Your
'WET-W" { NOW DAVE! Club 319 Duval in favor of independencefor i -
. IT'S ALL ,. rear Woman's '
street. Britain's colonies in North. ELECTRIC FANS FISH CRAWFISH ETC.
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West Radio Amateur 'Club America. .
Key '
Meets every Monday, 7:30 plm.: 'S5.45 to$41.95TROPICAL : THE 'RTM4. PRESS Call" 569 and We' Wjlll Pick-Up Your: Catch

in St. Mary's Parrish Hall, 1021 : B.P.W.C. PRESIDENT I ""- T9PEH24 HOURS EVERY DAY
Duval street i I I (Continued From I'age--'C ne)!II aI PltONR 51 *' '
Key West Yacht Club I ILuncheon' I I I health and safety; Angela Caro;I I TRADER t 1 -' T OPIC4L FREEZE PLANT
In the CITIZEN Building.' ,
I Sat-;I| international relations; Ohpclia !
every '
urday noon. Club House, Roosevelt -I Lester, legislation;; Mary ,Graham i rt 718 Dual Street Phone'1000rt ::::::::::.::::w:S1::: :4 4 i,::::"::#.;.t; 301 GBIKNELL STREET'at the Corner of CarolineINFANTS'

Boulevard... i iI membership; Gertrude !rtk _t -

I I Kiwanis Club ;of' Key West I I Sawyer, news service; Grace,! .. 'I ..... .,-.a- --, ._
I 1 Dinner meetings every Tuesday -I Crosby I program coordination; : ;'

,. 6:30 p-m. :I Aloysia Van Goldsnover public I': THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR, .PRICES': ,
xN Ra Knghts of Pythias Lodge No. 163 'affairs; Lucille Hardaway, radio; I II 'I WEAR

I Meets every Friday, 8 p. nu at I I I i Edith Cummings Bulletin: editor Located in the Heart( of the City f.- '
'' 726 Fleming street. i[ ; Edna Arthur, hospitality; RATES |>AnMC WRITE or WIRE. Shoes. Rubber Pauls Training PantsUudersllir

s t$ Lions Clubi 1 1I I'Eloise Blanche Miller Felton,parliamentarian registration!; REASONABLE llUUlf 1O for RESERVATIONS',, fI t! .Rattle: Jockey Shorts

I'i Meets every Thursday 1013 Semi-.630 :I f Catherine McMannus, historian. ; I with BATH, nd'TELEPHONE' ,. DiaperShirts Bottle Holders Pinafores
a p.m.'at Lions _Den I Eva Gibson music. ( Sun Bonnets V Creepers' 2-Piecc Dresses
nary. I It I Ford Persl1 MUicrHolel : .
:' Masonic Organizations I i Iing .>, Bobleics.Dresses j J .Baby Books.Bathing Suits
t f All Meetings at Masonic Temple. J Hotel Hotel Caps Diaper .Bags Puzzle

533 Eaton .St.I I II .Ii 60 N.S. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Are. 229 NE. lit Ave" f''- Sun,Suits_ Holgatc Toys .
.' I DADE LODGE, meets 1st i Keys Optical Service 80 Rooms 100 Rooms } .
Scale '
Polo Shirts
-S I land 3rd Wednesday, 8 p-m. : ElevatorElevator 80 Rooms- Lamp

i--w j ANCHOR LODGE meets 2nd: 110 DUVAL STREET Solarium Heated Elevator Terry Cloth Beach Robes 8-inch Character Dolls

a 'and 5th Monday p. n. I (Near Fla. Nat'l. Bank) Clilx aril(
Toothbrush Holders

; meets 2nd and 4th' Friday. 8 p.m. Lenses Accurately Duplicated Curily Nursery Pads Childhod Interest Toys
I j DeMOLAY meets; every Tuesday Sun Glasses Hand-Made\ Dresses Framed Pictures

,) s ro I GIRLS meet every 1-Day Service on ,BIBS-Plastic and Hand Made

u_ other Tuesday. 1, p-m. I Single Vision Lenses 19-inch Hand-Made Cloth Dolls
(/W) Ministerial Association flLjVS.I

DRIVER DAVE WEINERMAN disconsolately surveys his Wirephoto half- I the Meets month 1st ,Monday at First morning Methodist of I T. L AMY, Optician ALL ABOVE ITEMS and MANY MORE/TO BE: FOUND at

submerged laundry truck after it plunged into a park lake in -- h
I Church .
Los Angeles. Weinerman 'escaped from the truck as it sank. Monroe County Audubon I -- 'eHJLDREN'S: CORNER
He told police the brakes didn't work. He saved one bag of I Society

laundry. The rest became wet wash. Called meetings. ;

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TUESDAY, JULY 27TH, We Will Imtall j

s pI .. ; I In Each Teller Cage, A I

t\ rF NEW Modern, Automatic V I

roe W x act, 3ae I, .; \ r\I; 1c V ; TELLER'S MACHINE I

k\ Greatly Reducing the Time Required 1f \
\ = 'V FALL f To Make A Deposit and Eliminatirtg;l

i V die Old-fashioned! 'Pas9-ttooft Entirely

. I. Instead ef .waiting .for, the record of four deposit to be
AND I handwritten ''int;,. the book, yap will quickly get a machine-

\i ; t {/ ftdloolsfOIt I printed receipt. which will be ,an exact duplicate of$ the8ank's'recbtd&

. ; \ \ ; WINTER ai I.. ; \ .
You wiH 'prepare: year deposi' .slips and make: Toni.derpo

Your uy.Word" I V 5: V I JU }.slt as:-you hare always} dpaeJ''rou4! regular statement'
WINDOW. NOOKS of account wilt',t }ttiow to befyour p rmaJB'sat record,of>de-

I e Veaetiaa blinds acccnhMi the For Bigger, Values CATALOG, QOt1ts.d checks,, r e, '? *.'

beauty oi your window treat We WHen you.will like 'this sbaple. easier way 'of'handting .

inset eUndnate ndesiitbl f your depocita. It'is more accarata i" U quicker... :
:.....1asIue privacy..;difn>sar it is mora eonirenUnt .., and'it Is safer. J
z. sax .i..,, j lirjM..aad te nlaU veatiktion.VENETIAN COM IM AMft Its JT tbiT Our 'Bew-Barroag'hs installation' 'is one of the first In South

f Florida. ?There slit: lug waiting in line for you. 'with our
(W) Wirephote o, -ZEY WEST- (1'' Sjitbileft tii new machine-printed tegistared receipt.We 1
will tha&k 'lor'yDV cooperation.THE .
,JOHN S. BUGAS (left). rice president and director of" industrial relations for the Ford Motor BLIND COMPAN you i

..Company shakes hands with Walter P. Reuther. CIO UDitecf Auto Workers p dd.ntr.1A Dertoit 113 DUVAL STREET SIMONTON and FLEMING( STS. rXOniDA RATIONAL BAN},
,after the company and the union reached an agreement on a new contract for 1.11.000 preduetioa V
CALL 1042 'for Estimate. at. K'7W{
:. rk.n. Reuther still carries a brace on his right arm. the result of shotgun wounds inflicted in I PHONE 1560 .
.. I .. -_ ;. 3.. TREVOR. President..
'arattempt. on his life last April.! Other l'3en.ba. picture were not id.ntified. .- ; -
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