The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00207
 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 27, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00207
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i cS WASHINGTON. July -President Truman's message in : : -
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+ >f%' cxq which he'stressed the highost: of thing delivered.to,congress -,

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shortly before noon today. : ; x.c. l .
'" ;e1Na., z It licked the fire or tension of his speech: of acceptance In i PMla< ilttttE .1 ;f.

dclphia'or, seme,of .the:'cpccchcsi Kc.made,during:hisrecent..we.te4 t 'q 4 ,

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The rncsage awns delivered: tin'tt low,' dispassionate, toner On

.two or three: occasions.-President[Truman, we. almost.conversational.

In his tone and manner.' That wfcs particularly so when he told the

congressmen 0%..the joint session: :thai if they had anT doubt about a>

.r the high cost cf'luring', he suggested that they ask their wires about inn

the Mite. c-ts.. of_ everything .that! '. i
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a 4s come into Ihe'home. : -
PresidentTruman.. maintained :: the Taft-Ellender-Wagner( housing
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-"r' r1.. >---'N---------- that the spiral.of prices is gradually -I| bill which has: already passed 'I _
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) the senate and is now In the 'r
leading to; inflation which, j I
hands of the house rules : (VP) W.n.. ,:J
LEADERS OF REBELLING STATES'' RIGHTS DEMOCRATS MEET in Atlanta Ga, Saturday can result in but one thing-de"1 com-
mittee. In the importance
emphasizing -
t Ito, di::cuss plans for fight :agaii President Truman: They arc (left lo right.seated) Frank: Dixon.. pression., hernia that : of this measure; he stated BEDLAM AND CONFUSION REIGN en convention foor at Philadelphia Saturday as delegates:

former governor .of, Alabama:and keynoter at recent conTention in Birmingtpn' Strom Thur- hats are hoping that the costs..of!J that, it should be passed now.. parade with banners 'and pictures cf Henry Wallace and Glsn Taylor during tumultous demonstration -
living continue to
rnond. go..rnor'of. South Carolina presidential ncminee: Go.... Fielding L. Wright of MUsissippc. United .States because ascend in they the# because of its urgency, and not j I for Wallace at newly named Progressive:: Pary{ convention.. Pictures of Franklin D. Roosevelt : .

vice-presidential. _nominee. (Standing. 'left to right): W. W. Wright. issirippi"Frank'Up.church. know'it will end in economic dis a year hence. |I *nd Wallace are suspended above the dole gales.: View is made from the front of the han

Florida( ; Judge 'Leandcr .Peres. Louisiana: Judge Merrett Gibson. Texas, : Judge"Horace, aster. Industry: in many instances i i ----. -- .- -. ,-.- ....- ----. ._-_. .- -,.-. -_ .- -
Wilkinson. Alabama. The,group; decided: to enter names of Thurmond apd Wright on all stale; ; has increased prices of products :
bfllots. ,,.- J' lie outlined eight points de- to take in the increase cost of labor -

_._ :. I signedto bring" down living: Such a procedure works- in Situation
-- - Cement Is
-- -- -- costs, and1 the! most important of!! ever-broadening circle that
them is price control; wth simi-;! Rives an impetus incresing; in-.
Bethel and Knowles Arc UcporldLargeProject( j[lar action applied to the ,control: flation.. Means must be taken
of wages. those things ,area: he said. to curb that tendency.,, in
I I I done he aserted; the'economy oft the 'nation's business.At '
Given : I ] .To C! ': DCIJiiihOnKcys J I the country :.will! readjust'. itself ioh i the conclusion of his 'address Mo Worse Today Than

,Six-Month. TermsJUDCIw&MUJ a sound' basis. -! :<, many:" Republicans':! werireported
"J"; I The. Presidentalso 'advocated;!; to be in a belligerent,

: ., .. ..... as. .lajton.q.ct{ rcadjuitirtR pricesiicontrol"of I mood though not as pronounced I a '
L1i 1'EN ,l :--1> .- '" ,i1 "' ...t! -No confirmation--w "foftli- : the installment plate,:"Wit had,been before' he spoke. I
1 ::1'mir.today to.reports that A. of buying and a higher excess j It-was noted by them that his
fice; break"up tna of bur-j,! 'Tear Says
(ES ;niEMFOR IHJRGVLAKY : gang, truths.and Ago Srugo ,
: giat (V..Worth. who' was described asa i profits tax ,to curb" the disposItion messagecontained many
; 'Sid dint.eYpect
fcWo "
"Clean- : ; : delivered in a manner
: large 'fcxaJ: oiloperator wasplanning now i in ,effectto pile up |I was: ,
OF. THE 'WAtERi;;; i',any! further!: .trouble'from'l! the construction of71l0OOO huge profits.. ',:that was entirely devoid of attaining -

-. i iKiikwood t ijia't gang: ;'o( burglars Knowles ::=$ worth apartments- on Another depression. Mr. Truman -: anx political effect' How- I iLOGAL' CONTRACTOR SAYS THERE'S NO REASON
FRONT: CAFE : 1a.Ts upjon 'his first offense:" j1! Crawl I Key, some-short distance "'declared., 'still speaking ever, one Republican whose! I -

Bethel and 'Cecit j Judge"Caro\ told the young i i above/Marathon. I calmly, would be-a' confession to., name .vas not divulged ,declared II.I'SJIIJII.I: 'i FOR LOCAL f'EOr'LE'TO .RECOMEI'ANICKY :
.meirthat they had pleaded to a ; Bill Eagan, Marathon tr tr*l estate ,the world that our ,government that the message was aimedat I ,
guiltyeek ; 'telODy.fc.>r. which they might be! operator is reported todayto is unable to- control its internal placating the followers .of Citizen ClassifiedAd I OVER CEMENT
,breaking; :.sentenced to five in the' have charge,: of the ronti-acts. affairs, and. inferential, 'una}:Henry Wallace and Negroes generally
and entering the Waterfrj/nt-':"penitentiary..llverypu.- years 'hn i which /it least!; one Key con: ble "to handle .properly the'eco- who are, preparing to Results In I The cement situation in Key West: which one dealer said y-3tcrday -

Cafe. Urinnell slrcettodayycrc" "-". anything Hit say be-1' tractor Aloiwo Cpthron( is said nomic affairs of that part.oC the raise -a campaign; fund of $1 mil- l threatened the eosntruction' lndustzy'.here is no worse today
fore''sentence ,,to be bidding.,: '. world we are. striving' to put lion for the Democratic party '
is year'before.
passed r' thej j than it last.year the
sentenced to serve MX jpontiu Return of ] was or
; also) ., President'sadvo- Money
of the
Judge: asked the men. The contract includes. a back .on a selfsupporting'basis. because I'I
each in the County- Jatt.by ti.' They,'both responded the j yacht club'that is to'be'built on lIe advocated 'thepassage of cacy of his Civil'Rights program. This tateemnt came fromJoseph Sirugo. .tile contractor, who
Judge Thomas S. Cam orCrkmr'.negative J Crawl Key. In all it is reportedthat Yesterday Reynold says; he uses a considerable quantity.of c.menwhich.. while a little

nal Cow L i '', -::;. j. ',;Then he* gave themsix month! about $1,000,000 will -be Thompson.: 1113 Grinnell more difficult to get .t this lime {\fIe yearbecause of the heavy

County Solicitor Allan ;BrClcare. :: I Cach' ifi" County JaiL '. 1(spent by WorthDeadline KEY WEST IS MENTIONEDIN 'street, inserted a classifiedadv. I construction program under way in. the ,North, is still ,reaching him

Jr., explained to" the I I Later Cleare said the full i* In the Citizen stating in sufficient: amount to keep his jobs gng.

court that another man chargedwith credit for breaking' the gang of j i Near that $400 in $20 bills rolledup Sirugo said he talked with Alonzo Cothrbn in klamorad today

the burglary the Water: burglars should go to Moreno NATIONAL BROADCAST with rubber band around and Cothron told him he had all the cement he needed to carry on

front Cafe is now out on bond t, Wallace, chief deputy sheriff. 4 them was lost either in Poin- I his construction: : program. Cothron is the largest contractor en the
end another has not been arrested J I i Wallace really did a ,good: jobl t On Filing Social] 'ciana. or on Newton or Grin I I keys.
because he fled the city. and should bn'given all the creel lit \ r
Statement Of' I'r idcllt"Tntmnn nell streets. I i' i "Cothron told me that McKen-
"Bethel helped the sheriff's of ." said Cleare. ( I I
,.. _._ i Security Claims I i "LaJe yesterday afternoon J C. Cormack Key a Tavemier dealer in l>ml<<>
--- To ,West, Chamber*of Commerce. on ihe money was returned to ., isae I
Chamber) '
I July 17. I : ang materials had offered him a
August 9, 1943, is the last day .' The him by the finder eight. 1 r' half of carload of cement, about
Gouin To Be Relieved Ch.aniberl's4 jnessage.prompted year-old Al Yates of Newton Wester Enters
By for filing claims for lumpsumdeath. Get Attention of NBC '" by a sugeestion; of Joe street shortly after the item :1500 bags of it," said Siruge. hAnd
benefits under the SocialSecuacty I I I stopped personally at
I NetworkThe : Pearlman in a Rotary .Club had appeared in tae; Citizen. I
At on account of the Naval I the Lindsley- Lumber Yard in
I meeting two week ago, consisted AI had found the roll lying Academy !
Ellis At Boca Chica death outside the United States I of congratulations Tavenier and I could have par' k
telegraphic Newton
West Chamber of in the gutter on
of December a qualified 6, 1941 individual, and before after Commerce received mention on,: upon Mr. Truman's nominationof street earlier in the day.'IIII.I'llj". I Word has been received here I ed up cement' there for ?1.4U;} a

GAIT. SERVE'p 1I r August 10, 1946. According to a nation-wide radio broadcast I the presidency. Warren "of the appointment of Le. Comdr. bag."Some of the contractor in
GOUIIS TO 61 last Friday evening. The pro I Leonard (Mike) ; post '+ J. G. Cormack USN to the Naval :
William B. Weaver. manager Key West because they cannot
stand -
I office refreshment operator
AS COMMANDING: OF. ( Wesler Takes': the Miami office of the Social gram "Who Said Who", sponsored and an avid radio fan, listened I Maryland.Academy, at Annapolis. get supplies from the Liirfslcv
Key ; Security Administration any by N.B.C every week has I I !. to the N.B.C.program last Nurses Arrive At I Before entering the Naval I Lumber Company, have ordered
j various news reporters and com
i such claims filed after that date of it direct from the
FICKR OF AIRCRAFTC.tRIIiIt mentators .before the micro- I I i Friday and passed the.word back Academy, Lt. Comdr. Cormack supplies
cannot be paid. and they expect the
Part In Atomic producers
: phone who are asked to name !.I|to the Chamber. Naval was attached to. the Admiral's
Weaver pointed out that Congress HospitalCapt. arrive here within the
: { : MilWAYAt :* to hear cars to
important people who have made It made me feel-good I Staff at Norfolk. Virginia.I
amended the Social Security -
the words 'Key West broadcastover I Comdr and Mrs. Cormack next ten days.
a change of command ccrcmnny Tests I In Pacific Act in August 1946 to giv e outstanding and newsworthy saidWarren. 1 "If there is any cement onvwhere
national hook-up
statements during' the previous a O. A. Smith, MC USN are natives of Key West Mrs.
special consideration in those v/e'll, get some in K<-y
tu be held at Boca Chica medical officer in command an-: i Cormack is the former Alicia
.,,,.... where servicemen civil- week. I II for
or I is
LMeMI- cases West and there no reason
Field, U. S. Naval Air Station, at On the J'uly.23 broadcast. the :; Chamber officials said they t nounced today that the following : Domenech.
the United I
ians died outside about
730; a.m. tomorrow Captain M. GREAT LAKES 111.. July 27.Ilarold .- moderator' asked of the 'were glad that'Mike Warren cot nurses arrived for duty at I local people to get panicky
and immediat.elyfollowing
A. E. Gouin, USN, will be relieved Edison Tart. chief States during thrill out-of the broadcast, but thecement .situation-
c1ti'j; World War II by ex participants "Who made the M the Naval Hospital: 1 Firemen Called; "I would not be kurpn'J to
as rommanding'officer of cjan's.maUv they were frankly more pleased Ensign Margaret Mary Ryan,
: USN. son of Mrs. R.L. tending the legal limit ot tw o]I'j statement that 'If everything find that we will have more!) ce-
Night Composite Squadron'TWO : Frost of U. S. Weather Bureau i'years as provided by law. How goes all right: I'll visit you again that several million other people (NC USN Bronx N. Y!: Ensign i (Continued On Page Btgb'j )
by Commander W. E. Ellis USN. heard it too.For. Testa (NC Pan Fire
Key West is serving/: : ever, the extension was for tw] one of these days? Christina Margaret i Frying
Captain Gouin's next duty will aboard the destroyer escort USS- years from the date of the be commanding officer of the i I th'c "a ism-* *the" modera Ensign Dolores Anne Carey, A frying caught fire in the
Spangler one of the ships that i iI ,amendment and it expires 01 give' so pan I -
USS Midway, which'is the sister Ii if* by reminding: (NC USN Atoona. Pa.; Ensign t home of John Esperdi, Margaret
I made up a joint task force of I August 9, 1943. tor prpyfded, J ,, Sale :
ship of the USS' Franklin. D.Roosevelt .,I nearly 10.000 Army, Navy AirForce' : The survivors of civilians and I them?Jba1..tl ,,.,.statet aent was Vila Jean Hovis, (NC) USN, Ed- I and Catherine streets at 4:20 For Sale

the largest. aircraft I men and civilian scientists.i:servicemen who died oversea!; made ti by President Harry Truman 1948 ROYAL'CHRYSLER' inboro. Pa.UPSON. : p.m., yesterday and City Fire- ,
carriers in the world. (that participated' in the atomic:and who earned wages in ,-i I' ,jp-hU} Setter to the Key 4.Door8100"00'' | men were called upon to extn- '37 Plymouth Coupe;
Captain Gouin, who is a native energy experiments held recent-;!f:ployment covered by the :rSocia J -A > i >i '. ,y. .1P't.-r.; ; i gulch the blaze. There was no '
11 4-Door
(Continued On Page Eight: J'u- 46 Chrsyler,
Eniwetok Atoll in Pa Act urged by We damage. :
ly'at the '(!Security are, ; I 1342 PI.Y14 Old: ,9 f. 1 BcOUlztiealw BOARD (
cilia ,1,ver to inquire as to possible b n'::I. 'I J.I ERMEiaTtolM S X00 I I .Cylinder-Highlander
At the conclubon of the tests.ems': before the deadline, ft \fo/or Ttutte-tt & Ihe scientists announced the task have not already done so. The,qf, LCiriTA. !'oleoI tiful'PahLt.l.1.iJ'la $TRUNK LUMBER YARD : Mother Goose Date I 4.Door-cHAMPION
Up to .
lp\ W. Til's' ptoMIXING.RODSTboliiSoa I94t K.TTKOUTH CONVER194 -
force successfully proved the flee located at 34 S. TELEPHONE Eli ,| !
General airs postwar theories, methods and j i street. Miami will render al'I I: ,EatefptistLlnf rtnltrrtig "oaItadlo. i Little Jack Home? set in corner '47 Studebakeri

Ideas- developed at the Atomic I. possible assistance Weaver said w ;- (,Eating a Key lime pie. i -CHAMPION
ON ALL CARS Energy Commissions Scientific I Non-residents of Miami should I Hafchr' } HUDSON CONVER. I He put in his thumb i '49 Studebaker1Ton

f;Laboratory at Los Alamos, Calif. f write, the Miami office. ABLE00" FOR SALEU FOR SALEll And pulled out a plum TRUCK

All ,Work, Guaranteed Bargain .,. > ., ;) 48 Chevrolet. 4Dr.,, SlAQs j: And said. THIS COULD ONLY
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1941 FORD CONVERTIBLE SedaD.Very Clean.Radio 1U7J I Happen at Twins Garage
_ OFFICE Qood 47 Plymouth dub Cp.. gl OQ*
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JUXM.Havoc. L"Casanova rn-- r. WEAVER'S Tour Friendly
Monroe' Motors, Inc i ALL AIRLINES J J'oe E. Brown'and Jn Burlesque"N.ws DdJ.-. . Only 7.COO Miles.Radio 1O/! t, Studebaker Dealer-
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THE SAUNDERS LETTER I %...*................... 1 r 'T
.tlJe i\rg\ mrlit (CUttonPublished l---.r..q. umliWlW l:iooWill ll _
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:3Ez: Sunday by e People's ForumThe West :jji, i iI
Dally pt f.Jl'I'DlfNCE ON THE ;; :Key In
t. r. ARTttAN.: Owner dad rabUsk The Citizen is not'an admirer Gov- ;

.-. NORMAN D. :AHTMA5T.BaslaeM Maaace .......................a i
FrOm The Citizen Building ernor Caldwell. It believes that, among I
Corner Greene and Ann Streets CItIaea welcome .apr ..- Days Cone By
Only Daily 'Newspaper ta Key West &n4 Key Westers, hV'is the 'most unpopular .!... .( toe'vlew..t. ..-4vra. By Florence :Theel! 11..; .
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Menro County eke editor th
S. ( mervea
'_ governor Florida has ever had. But he is I right .. delefe ..,. leers wbleY AI AS TAKEN mOM FILES or
.nure4 at Key West Florida as ._ad class matter. are e*.j.liiered. llbelova .. .aw.r...
,our governor and should be shown com ....*... The writers cloud he !, THE CITIZEN OF
MBXGER OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS him. .1 Let ..d *..f._ fhe letter '.. Chapter 25. stand them,.and'.you .haven't got] there across the room now. I I I JULY 27.; 1333l
The Associated Pregs U exclusively I entitled to mon decency in writing or addressing SIM word" .'.... writ.- ..Id.to. the faintest idea of.what goes on breathing regularly. i
.. ....... .1 hole was Bert's I 1lUllJllUJWJln> 1WB\lUJ1
ese for reproduction ot all new dlspatcbe credited .t .IT. "Ug.atdle c:1 1IIII
Indeed in our dealings with our fellowmen __ ... EiLEEN'S inside their minds. Well, thank {I I.
-to it or not otherwise credited in tLfa paper, and the wrllera- tlso the local news published here.ICBSCRIPTION letter. .. in of the somehow felt it'would be. He tore
out office language
or we Irs. rr.....t.. othrrwlor.THANKS Gloria-had thought. She had taken
the envelope open relieved and today-about certainly stood many pictures of marine PAZscenes
HATES use should be couched in terms that do anything to do with it." his moths up to Blackey Davis-told him
Ofte Tear f..... CITIZEN: yet annoyed too. at the single line in Key West and its vi-
-Sl' Monthsthree loo of not smell of the "> explanation! : exhibit: '
gutter. ;
"t do be t but
kloatha S.7St.o : why that had nothing to any question that she'drather
-,.me Month We have in mind_ the fetter'that: Ger- Editor. The Citizen: I They want me to come back to with Eileen. She wasn't even be there at The Hacienda ''\the early fall.
- t.askiy' .16 : Just this thank-you for the the office eo I'm driving back'to around." with his band-even on' specula

ADTr.RTISIMJ! RITES" ald Saunders' sent. to Governor
. Made Known OB ApplicationSPECIAL about appdintmlint'othiernliera> of the ner in which you treated in tonight. :{.............0t, EileenI"; might be, the answer. Eileen Oasts with Blackey Davis tie J sinan, was the chief speaker last fl"
paper the? story ofrny mishap.We dad;, gone to ;her. room AfterLiincheeru still couldn't understand wtjy. but [ 'I
= Jiurira board of governors of th"e; Key West General l.\*sated the leaR in'CorVboat ''Tight-lipped h'e handed If the l JeUter i She D1ust have heard it was certainly a consolation.He night at a meeting of the Stone \l1.

ft reipect.All reading obituary notice notices, cards of poems thanks, etc, revolutions* will boihareed HospitaL After hoffng Caldxvell's and in frrfew1 days hop e 1. to'be on to his mother who had quietly the racket in his office with plumped up his pillow ;:Church., Service. .lub. He said ,
followed him his room,'when Blackey Davis. The boys had come that what the 'United States
fur at the rat. of 10 cents a line. Miami to changed his position. But sleep q'
Notices for entertainment ty churches from which "dictatorial attitude"! \ Sa'unders_ .wrote: our way to i. the end, of the last guest had departed and running to see what it was all wouldn't come. His thoughts went ,needs more than anything else is
A revenue Is to be derived are S rents a line. our 1800-mile journey. .locked. about. Had Eileen come too-
the doors were around in another circle. genuine .
The Citizen U an open forum and Invite 41eurslrn *- "As usual you have been, discourteous WILLIAM WILLIS. when the boys had ushered ; .i
of public Issues and subjects of local or She read it and for along moment Tomorrow Eileen would be In
general Interest but It will not pubUJh anonymous and downright rude in Voiir actions in Captain of "Hold-iogether". she said nothing. lackey to the door-when Gloria Los Angeles would see ins .
,. communication. had broken down and wept upon Information received by The
Key West Fla., .
J'b'l "Funny that she didn't younger brother Paul, who was In
defying the recommendations the boardof say any .
.:: July 27, 1948. thing-bid us all goodbye at his shoulder? love with her. He had actually Citizen today from Washington !
county commissioners \vho''were elec- least." she said with a puzzled Well, if she wants ta pick: up tried to throw them together is to, the effect that the motorboat ..0

........................ expression. and go away like: this without when the army doctor had ordered collision between the Iris 'f.u
ted by a majority of the voters'of<< Monroe giving a person a chance to ex.*
"Didn't Mr. him to the desert for hisquestionable and 'Sis Agnes was U.e fault of '
Halliday say any- .
MEMBER <3> j 7948 county." Radio, Programs thing about ,it either before he plain His things-mother looked as though unlike Paul he lung-and then had because financial 'the operator of the latter boat. I '

\V A. Parish, acting cha-innan. the left?" she understood what he "was no The Iris owned by Nathan '"

board at the time the letter was under consideration ........................ "No-not about going'together. thinking. be prospects.. Perhaps Well. .now after they'dtogether. close: Niles. Jr. went to the )A.ttom "
He did say that Eileen went to "Well" goodnight soiL Get: a association.with him down here. shortly after the crash. d i
refused! to sign Knowing the Palm Springs this afternoon to good night's rest Things will look Eileen would decide Paul was her 9"-
Daytime SummarySelected
i send a telegram. This must have different in the morning"UT 1
type of man Mr. Parrish Is, we.-were not programs ss listed 11.1.. been it." best bet. after all. Sea Scout Ship No. 3 will hold
I are broadcast at th same. time Men. But the thought of Mr. Ham-
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST surprised over his refusal t-to affix his signatUre day through Friday. Eastern local: "They"just quietly planned the B Bert couldn't: rest He lay t day persisted. Those older men a meeting Monday night in ,ul
time.For central subtract. ono hours thing together, ." there, wideawakt: : !, thinking. Golden Eagle HalL
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN, to the letter. The insulting tone of for mountain subtract. two hours. Eddy had ,reasoned with ..himsensibly' certainly:; ) had charm finesse-a
and looked
Mother son at each gallantry with women. Why

- the letter was shocking when we considerit JULY'26 THROUGH JULY 30 other silently. They were. thinkingthe her:apartment"Well of to rourse.Eileenhas _keep up;,ta. weren't all the ladies at the Mary- The Key West Woman's Club

1. Mere Hotels and Apartments. was signed by a subordinate to his su- same thing. Los Angeles.' Naturally 'sh-fee land Club simply gaga over him? at a meeting yesterday, decidedto

;'" 2... Beech and Bathing Pavilion. Morning But of course. Mr. Hallidaywasn't more secure with her old Job and Hadn't even his- own mother lost renovate the upper floor of ,
perior in governmental affairs. CO0-.Honeymoon In N. Y.-nbe really interested in Eileen. a regular, income. .After all, We, her heart?
- s. Airports-Land and Sea. One does not hav'e to be ci'iher bluntor Br)>akfat Club-abc How could he be? Why. he was really'aren't established here yet i "Oh, hetHHe! must get his their building on Duval street. :.

:. 4. Consolidation of County and :15-Barnyard' 11estits( more: than twice her age. He was And-she certainly did a lot to thoughts off this dizzy merry*? II..

w City Governments. abrupt to :gain his point, in;a letter! or Cttark Valley 'olkmbs .t .-.- merely 'driving her;; back: home comedown, here and gettt4: round, and get some sleep. The William Lord brother of..County ".-
1000-Fred WarinK Show-nb ;;; accommodating her. But, if therewasn't desert dawn was brightening his
_ &. Community Auditorium. by word of mouth. Indeed( : 'the abusive Mule! For Tou-cbs I start to .it than window."Eileen.
Uf'btory Drama-abe t>*Co 1 anything more "But to let me down like this= He returned -
speaker fails t attain his that why hadn't either of them I : was the one to quit Key West yesterday. j-J(: 1
\) or writer ? end 10:30-Jlq '-of Serials-lrt> without even saying goodby.-
he i i3 serving
where ,
.. Slur-Along-cbs t.. come right out in the open? I Eddy had given him' a funny he thought with wounded pride to Tampa : ??
Saunders did in his letter to Caldwell.We faaj-It With Music-mbs .'.
- as Suddenly Eileen's deception: infuriated look. "Maybe she doesn't figure and stubborn logic. "Okay then in the customs office.

: 3 are aware as'SaUnflerVis'aware' that 11:00Arthur Bceklifaat Godfrey Holly wood Show--.=9 ,' him that she has-not With Gloria here! she'd have to be the one to make j. / ta MVHWMW I1.

MONOGRAPH 11:3O-Ben Alexander Show-mbs "- "Just goes to show you never to sing." the"first move to straighten: things Dr. and Mrs. James B. Parrac,I
Caldwell in his appointments in Key 11:45-fseNais! *% 'hrs.-:bs ., .t i i.t can depend on anybody. You Eddy had got Intd bed then tiedturned out -4f she ever did! more who had been visiting in tn

..: Joe Stalin West has been guided_by the recommen- '\ AHernooa f. : think you know a person under out the light He Was'Ijrinj .(Ta be csnUnaed). Havana returned yesterday aft- .J .W

:.. The Kremlin Russia -- ---- .. .....- -'.:. --- Cuba. .
dations of one man. We not only,think but IZiOO- Welcome Travelers-a be .I ernoon on the steamship
: Dear Joe: 12:3e>+Word. and Music-nbo THE GREAT HANDICAP' cOLLleltON 11 ,.
know Caldwell has been wrong in his disregarding I. Your Horoscope
1.-0 -Music Half Hoar-nbo Miss Eunice Warner, who had t>?.
The :Russian! Government over 2:00-Double or Nothingnbot: Emerson "
recommendations that came Mr. and Mrs. -
been visiting
: Queen for a Day-mbs I
-. which you preside has not lived up to from other soursec yet, despite the feel- 8:30-Serials for 3'4 hrs.-nb \i TUESDAY, JULY 21. -To- Archer left yesterday for t.
indicates of
. Bride and Groom-abc i day a person '01.
in Miami.
the principles of the United Nations in ing which has led us to dislike Caldwell, Martin Block Records-robs I I sensitive dispositon and a very her home. tu,

a single important instance from Dum with .him when read SOO-Ladies Bo Seated-abc 'powerful will. The mind is pa- in 4tt, "
oJ our sympathy was we 8:20-The House l'arty-cbs i' Today The Citizen says an
barton Oaks to the present time: Can the Saunders letter. "; Second Honeymoon- bc tient and prudent capable of editorial paragraph:
4:00-Hint Hunt Quit-cb* great concentration: and application. bedfellows rr
you advance any logical reason why For the Luvva. like-abc "Politics makes strange -
There is self-restraint
: :30-Winner Take All-cbs Poi because they all use the '
Comunistic Russia should not be expelled and keen observation.It .
We have heard of the man who was Treasury Band ShoW-Abc diplomacy bunk." -
8:00-Treasury Bandstand-cb ,, will be well not to incur the
from the U. N.?
too busy attending to other people's bus- Kiddies Hour (west repeats 1 hr. t
later-abc and mbs resentment of this native who H

THE ORACLE. iness. '/ '- *... 6:45: -Lum and Abner-cbi east, Carries the capability of being a :)
r 1 i[, malicious unrelenting enemy I tour Grocer

BLESSING'IN DISGUISETo .;able to wait patiently for re- STAR *BRAND

..t.rn Local Time. For central COFFEETry
subtract en1 hour. for mountain I I.leaning tower of Pisa is and CUBAN
need something to" have the subtract two hour...Some local. ..ta.t.o. .
The divorce problem is unsettlingthe ...,c....... hour- .. rel.y. t. fit 179 feet tall and inclines 16 1-2 A Pound Today--"! ofMAXWELL'S
and'stin <
money ready to pay for its not be local schedules. Last minute pro- 'feet from the perpendicular.
basic foundation of American life, we grant,changes cannot 6s inclwtfea. I
able to get it, is an annoyanceinM>* of us <-.----- -

.- are informed by the Rev. John Sutherland -I have,experienced in the past.few y ars. TUESDAY, JULY 21 ... .. ,': :- : 7 : '_ : _: -; ::- =- -' .. /

Bonnell Presbyterian pastor' of":'Nfiw ,-.5-- Q'4
It has been} the same ry\wijh high- *1.1. tvcniftft e- i cw

J York City. way construction.. During the 'W a7r. road- ':OO-NT ews J llOrt. 15 MIn.-aba' i
Every Ua-cbs
Z Dr. Bonnel does not believe that the halt But millions Network Silent Hour-alxr-eiut
building came to.a : uptqld, Kiddies Hour -
.; social disquiet and unsettlement of broken of dollars in special highway taxes Silent (1 hr.)-tubs-east ,. '
Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-west :: ,
,.. marriages can be settled by a rigid con- paid by motorist kept rolling in. The .:15-Sports: Music Time-nbe:

cept of marriage that stops all thought of Frontiers of Science-cba.SO t :
. money couldn't be spent for highway improvements /: -Music- Tlme- -ebs-eaet tI
" divorce. He admits that there are instances -, 0:45+Newscast by"Three-nbe r Saare '
? then and so it kept accumula- Lowen Thomas (repeat 11)-Cbs I

- in which it is greater moral wrong for ting. The result is a tremendous backlogof 7:00-Supper The Lewis Club Show-cbs-nbc-baslc I I SPECIALS :

-:..: some husbands and wives to continue liv- funds to build new roads and improveold :News Fulton and Le 1l's.Commentary! Jr.-mb. .e 4 4I I .

ing together than to become separated. ones. And the tax millions continue to 7:1S-News and Comment-nbc 4i Itr

- We are inclined to agree with the pour into highway treasuries at a greater Daily:CommentaryabcNews Dinner Date-mbs i, r If.

7:30-The Rollfnl( Trio nbe .
- reverend gentleman and the question then rate than ever before. Jerry 'Wayne Show-cbs 4 ;

-- i i\! whether' the mismated couples are to The motorist has been annoyed be-' News The Green Comment Hornet-mbs-abe. .I'altrJ c i i ELECTRIC : \

decide whether it is a greater moral 7:4*-Harknes. Comment-nbe Toasters
wrong cause he hasn't seen this money convertedinto News Broadcaat--cb. -- .,.---- -r--- I

" to live together than to separate or whether roads. With the money on hand in Sporta>-:Mel Term Comment Show-mbsIKX -nbe, Reveille For LEGALS .. I

" the question will be decided for them Mystery.Theater PIacb.you.b r
greater amounts than ever before, he'sbeen Asks Govf'l'Dment-abc I I.j SANS
. by ecclesiastical or civil officials. Mysterious Tra\"eler-mbs i .\ TilE (iRri'IT COURT: ttf THE
asking what's holding up those ':1 -Weekly News Tine-abe .:...:\ I:>TII Jil>l<'i\l. I"Int-IIT
_ We are quite sure that the average $: -Carmen Carallaro( nbe Lady Cop "K Tills !HT\TK" OP FLOnilttkl
promised postwar highway improvements.The )lr. and Mrs. North--cbs .j ."-1\011 FOR WOXHOK ('01 %TT.IN $5.95.
_ individual is well able to settle this momentous i '
)is found in short- America's Town Meeting-abe ( H\rKMt4 +
answer, of course .To Be Announced-mbsS BLOOMINGTON I1L (W) Caw \.. 1I-:5e1
\, personal problem without the ages of road-building rials' and man- I: -Billy Rose CommentmbsS Mrs. Vernon Pease's chief taskas SAMI'nt. J. ('RAwLIY.PIlintiff.. In. | $7095
:OO-Thin Man Drama-nbe I
dictation of church or state. This does not We the People Guest-cbs is I 1IHOIICKKI.JZABKTH
power. \ a policewoman to keep the
Gabriel )( CRAWLEY
Heatter. Comment-mbs
mean that we believe mismated coupleswill The situation today ia like that afterWorld t:15-:News Broadcasts-nibs young folks on their good behavior I Defendant.

attempt to decide the matter without t:30-can the Police-nbo After Seven years on the I' OHDP.ll OF* BLICATIO -I
War I. Then'ihe* NatfoVexperlen- I TO: KL1ZARKTH M. eRA"\ tKTI
Hit sh.JackpotcbsBerkshire job she thought she knew all the
- regard to religious principles which they ced a temporary period of scarcities and Lone Wolf Concert Drama=abe mbsSS ii : answers.. Then she' was roused I No. 1C23. .Greenwood, Illinois.' Street.Ktanntnn. 9 .' SAMPSON !

- have accepted. high prices. After inflation ran its course ': -Bill Henry News--mbs from sleep by an early morning required It is hereby to eppeaf.nn or .irnt that the:20th you day are I PILLOWCASES .

"I 10:00-Meet Corliss Archer-aba telephone earl J I lof Angnnt. A.' b. nUl before-the ;
;. It should not be overlooked in Studio':
connection One
? however prices _bff"c&hs1derably Public DefeDder-mbal "You're supposed to see after.. above entitled eogrllo the Rill ftI CARD :

-:0 with discussion'; of the "divorce in the highway construction field. 10:3O-The. Romterr Concert nttt kids" the 'woman caller persisted. above Complaint entitledaun flied against.' and you the In-..the''

,. problem,*' that the divorce i is:; only evidence Economists expect the thing to It's Dance Tour Orchestra Business--mbs abc 'w-. "That's what you're getting s Went. Citizen I. hereby ..rfexitBaledlas I
same the In which this
2 of a broken home and not the cause o( 10-:45-Labor U.S.A.bc a_ ,l. paid for. isn't- it? Well, come: {Order hall h. published onesa TABLES.
happen when the present inflation blows 11:00-News. Variety hra.--cbs over and make my daughter get I I week for four *nn. -u'I.f' week. I ,.
- family separation. It should be apparent News and Dance Band-abe T-. out of bed." I witness the Honorable .AqaUlao
over. If so, the delays in highway construc- :News Dance Band 2 hrs.'.mbi .' Lopez. Jr4 a* hoe of the Judges nf
that if all husbands: and wives were hap- tion will to haVe been blessing in 11:1S-News Jk Variety ta 1slla120i ,' this Court and the Seal Tof thin 1
prove a : Coau.ue"-be- LEGALS Court ita the City of Key' Went, $3.95 65c

ipily married the existence or divorce ,, sguise. After prices are stabilized we I l Florida,4t, thin 19th day of ,July.. -

Z- laws would not constitute a peril to family should be able to get a lot more in high- TODAY'S '. NOTICK rMJBK FICTITlOrs SEAL Rw C. Sawyer.. I .
Clerk| of the Circuit Court
... liCe. for the ANNIVERSARIES \'HE: {T.-TtTF." I ilnnro. County. Florida.
enormous amounts of
: By: Florence K. I '
now. held in reserve for roadbuilding.We'll (Know America) the bnlnen undersigned tinder drairingln. the fictitious enrage's o. sawyer.Cleric. Unfinished U ifillisIJell'', ,
I u
*_ If the railroads killed half as many get more miles of better road for 1742-Nathaniel Greene, famed name wf -Kev weft Hetex-tlve Aen- -.
Florida. Intends to
<-y"< Kfy.lOt.
people as motor vehicles the public would the dollar. Rhode Island Revolutionary gen- retisler.pid ".- name with i inner TO OtF-ot.1I
same eral. clc-3e to Washingtonhim- the Tier of the CIrr-u.it Court of(1JJ5 Probate Act. Seen. II*. 1ft DROP LEAF .
-:: demand the cessation of railroading.An self. "savior o_ f the South" born Monroe County Florida' ilTHK COURT OF THF. COf{TT
Dated July U. 1948. Jt ItGrOftoF. COI' T1'. Chests.
r Do a man a favor and he'win end Warwick. R. L Died near Sa- ROT HAML1JJ.Sole I 'I.OItIOPROB'TF.
up vannah Ga.. June 19, 1786,,. owner.ily2t7.ai .I 1 In n: Estate", of .
opposition party is a necessity in against you; make him Rio\ )(4>r u and > ; 3-lt.lS4S i J. MALDOX, EnTHEU abut TABLES
: : :. .Y. 1787Thomas: Say naturalist, "I I' known. J. M. BKTHEUI .
*.. a free country but any party in power will he will probably like you. ..; explorer of America, "father of CALL FOR PKOPq{'%l.*: I Dervased.
All and r.-
tell you that it can be a nuisance. But descriptive entomolojfj.,'*.born ii Scaled proposal will be reelv-' i, To Having Creditors Cl lmi> or Dma ilslAralnst
-" ed by the Citr (:emmlO!' r1 when you have a third party the niiisance! NO CHANCE FOR EP.EAL Philadelphia 1838-L..A1Wtt.. Died AL1allnet Od..t/183t."jtt td City 'of Key M...t, Florida-, the' ;. Yon and Said neb Relate ef you: ate hereby $10.95 $16.75
4 City Clerk'* Office, City Hall. ip.t f instilled and required to prevent ,
.: is aggravated ad naus'eam.Villiam New York, theatrical manager Went. Florida op t*' l-IC* n'rtox-k and and demand which you, .
M and encoUragerfoT"American tal P. 3IMnnday August 2. ISIS ouch :or either of )'1>d, may haveairaiRftt ,
There has been jgood l deal"of to t>.opened at.a regular '
a loose proposals tbe estate .f t. Maldo*' Bethel also and SUPPLIES
{2 \ Z. the ent his ..d"ayti m. "Stonington, meet/stn': of .MtM Cats CommjMilonfee J. M. Bethel, dceased. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT _
head of
Foster the talk and speculation alioilfpeAling .the Conn. fDied MarchfT. J9051849rLuther a. held' at said time and date at I ra'wII.r-; said County. to the -
Communists in the United the O _ljBri.n Chamher In the! r-onniv Jndre .f Mcmr_' Covnty
_ States, says that Taft-Hartley Act at-the"'speen.! 'session of Sag \,KeUy (.ye CUT HattJ;' Key WK, Florida for > Florida at hi. office la the \urt
under Communism all political parties lowstoise. I lly""),. celebrated ib. farnh>klac of S Congress. Don't forget that th "law went Western' blades SC Inches 'tonar. II* volts .e 1 I Florida within Mrht_ calendar
- will be liquidated. Likewise will be dissolved through all army scout I e-ele.. speed Hi.: subject to the i months from the time of th. first The Maxwell Co. Inc. :
the fire and heat of a presidential fruit rancher: .born at Geneva. N. I rollewrnfc tett41tlGnll'tEach publication of this nothre. Each :

: all other organizations such as veto and came out unscorched .-with Y. Died Dec 17. 1928. I : proposal for the ceiling< claim or demand thai M IB wttting.I ."1... .
* fans mast be enclosed la a sealedenvelope 1 I and shall state the place of real
chambers of commerce Rotary clubs 1862-May Irwin. noted actress. I and marked. en the out- deuce and post officE address of
a majority of the votes cast by born in Whitby Canada. Died vide -Pm"_' for FvrnUbinCCelling ';the claimant.and shall b* sworn :::
American Legion Y. M. C. A. as well as Democrats and Republicans.Since Oct. 22. 1938. II ; "" < to a-y the claimant him airent. ort Furniture f3'FurnirhingsPHONE :
- The said City Commlsstoa reserres i his attorney, and any such claim or
fraternal orders such as the Masons, Odd that time the neW labor law has 1877-Harrison Fisher artktQlustrator I the right t. reject any and I ,demand not so filed Shah be ".1.. .1
of beautiful girls born ;all itropoval fir waive say Informality C.. 682 ; : 1
- __. Fellows Elks Knights of Columbus, etc. been upheld in the courts and:wth bene- Brooklyn N. Y. Died Jan. 19. I ia allY bid or propn.al. I i MATILDA= LtrctLKX: BfeTHKU

*az Few Americans would have any desire to. ficial results in bringing workers and em- 1934. I ttlh Dated day at of Key Jul Ir.' West.A. IX Florida lOlLviCroit this IAn!I Testament Bleratrtt of of_ 9.the Matd Last a WH1 Bethel.and 909 Fleming St, Cor. Margaret St Key West Fla. ,-7!

live under those II I LOWE.S I also known a. J. )(. Bethel, del ,
restrictions. ployers together. 't .. City Clerfc. ceased. -" ..j)
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TUESDAY JULY 27 '1948, n_ THE-, --WE.g. CITIZEN---"--,- .. --- ,.'-, <;:,.-.',,' -- .., PAG&.THREE ,
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The Citizen Office-Si

,phones. : R.udeBce--2 2-R

uufiiuttiuiuuuuaui > uuuuGartlening lWII1llIWlSlalWUIIItItIJUIItIUI.IUIf1ItII't1IUItIUIIIIIU\l l L ". ; "L :;; :;' '

Book British Seamen

At Public Library, Given Party

If you have been avoiding gardening Cooperating with the U. S. -elr

just because you don't Naval Station and the Boca Chi-

know what should grow in Key- ra .Air Base officials, the Armac
West cr how it should be done Service YMCA held 'a success

your worries are over. ful outdoor party Sundav for th'
The Key West Public Library British Seamaa from HlVT-> Cross-
has on its shelves a book entitled bow and the HMS Battleaxe
'"Geogardening." This vftlume More than 42 seamen and nine

was given to the library by its Junior Hostesses attended., .

author C. M GoetheAlthough Activities were volley fall

Mr. Goethe has never been in swimming, a weiner roast, are
Key West he chose our library the Marine Life Adventure pro
rap of the few to which he senta gram. Refreshments were served

free ropy of his book which by Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Marshall

treats of "gardening: around the who helped .Sponsor the nicnic
world." The book ,has illustrations Mrs. Ruby Metzer, senior hostess

as well as explanations of cif the YMCA. itiaperoned.t .
what is going on in the garden- attending Educators from 23. countries are teaching each Cultural. Organization (Unesco). Seminar pu.
ingworld.. i. Junior Crux ether, techniques in presenting to Students'the ticipants pictured working: in the library- are
were: work of the United Nations as part of,ar seminar Cleft,to right Winifred C lmtrs. Los AnjeJes-
Veda Thompson I
Wynne Cruz Weaver, at.Acelphi College,Garden City; N w'Y.rk.The California; Margaret Simpson, London? -1tde'.
fytimnle GlimpsesMr. Kitty Ramos Adams., Betty' Lou hfteraational seminar is sponsored by 1LN. and lame (auriae. Paris; Faruk Caner, Kayserf,:
Lillie Mae
and Mrs. Fred Davis with Lola the UuitfiJ Nati *i* Id nUekal. Sei ntifir'.and Tankers and Osman Siclkr. Kabul. Afrhauhtao.:
Norma Adams, and .- - --- .
daughter, Schalleur. ..--- ::--- -- --c-

grand-daughter. Donna Rae Mc- .w .wwww7.......r........ ... .... .. .- .
Crary of Decker, Indiana, left IIltIllIHntl1HUlllIIWfl1I1WmmlllllftlLr.nnnnll I SLAIN
last week after spending a five Where ami When To Meet

day visit as guests of Mr. and Calendar Of
Mrs. Lee Ska gs. 1213 Royal :
street. The Indianians were taken Coming Events CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS ei {
their '
deep-sea fishing by '
hosts and left, the island well nUUI1UUIUmsamUDllt .-_ -_ -.-_-"--, -_ -.F-,"-, -, -:-:-_ _, '., _: .---i".___. _____A_._.

pleased! with' their stay. r TUESDAY. JULY; 27- :'Azaataurs Aitren6ners 'i i liary: >WiTs Club' No: 83

Palmer. t Dance. Elks Ann x. yponsoret Association 't .Meets.every Wednesday. 12 p.

Miami Mr.',and with Mrs.their Tony son and by Young Peoples &'f'Victt Meets 1st Wednesday of the In. a1 :TUCCSv' .Center Jl12l D val x ,r.ai tt
St. Pad's Church. .
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ( League :month tJ pmat members streetPaieatTe.ehers
| Convent of Mary Immaculati ( ssiciatisn
Palmer Washington D. homes.
Weldon Alumnae Meeting S P.M., a' |Key: West High ScnobL Meets
c.. are guests of Andrew Pritch- home of Mrs. Graham, 40 J American Legion t_3rd Tuesday of the ninth 8 p.m. Is'
Mrs. Palmer "
street. -
ard. 823 i Meets 2nd and fourth Wednes-
Whitehead '
in High: SchoQI' A'iitariinti
was one of the supervisorsof Business Meeting. "Southern- Jay of, the month S p. ra-, Legion PythUa Sistert .. E ,

the Poinciana kindergarten ;f mc--t Cushman Scooter Club" Home Stock IsandJ t 'Key West Temple',No. 20"I
visitors I l
during the war. The i at 7:30 P.M. in member American' Lesion Auxfiary I I Meets 1st and 3rd .Monday, of
came to Key West particularlyfor Meets 2nd and 4th, ,Thursday I :
\ home. month ,,7:30 p. 11). at Knights of
the fishing! and are concentrating of the month It' m. Legion se4&
it. i WEDNESDAY, JULY 23- ; p Pythia$ .IW1. 72a Flercinjt.street > ,
diligently on ,
most 1 Meeting. Navy Wive- Club No. nome Stock 'I land. j, 'p Uc. Athletic Leagu II '

The Santa Fe Trail was onceknGW' 88. 2:00 P.M, in NCCS Cen- :Business cad Professional I I I Meets every Monday.. $. Pin,-
Trace". t ter 1C21 Duvsl: Street. Wcieea Club> {4n N, C C. ,s.. 1021 Duval-strect.
as "Mexican the ,
Meets 3rd Wednesday of Rebeb' Loge :
--- -- month 8 'p. m., Women's' Club j[ Sparkling Waters No. 14 i it

I House. 3tj Djva street. !|t Meets. 2rtd and 4thV Tuesday of
Rob Russells Back From Tour Chamber cf c.mmerce ''mcnth, ;:JQ P rn at Knights of i

Meets 1st aad 3rd Friday of Pythias Hall 725 Flebing street

I Mexico and Guata'nJal the month, 12:15 p. nv> at Jack-: Rfltuy Club .

Through sun Square, Y. Mk C., A. : j[ Meets ftvery Thursday -12:15, '

Daughters o* The 'Confederacy PLIHat the Eoiscopel Parish flail I .

By JESSIE GIBSON ,! Meets 1st Thursday* of ,lhe"tDur&l and Eaton streets. ; /,\'Un'JOLo

In case have been wondering -I reigning passion clothes Mr. month.)! 4:30 p.rn.t Djembers .m '' Scoot-Troapi-: ." i I' YAOLDES' ,
Boy Troops 3 ,
Scout (CWhit .
I\ 4
about the converted Atm; I: Russell says that these women: hcmes. vj- J fjR. aboel. a favorite '
( .6, cf
.command with Mexican and BittM American Veleta is [:Boy? S oaf Troop (Cokreak ,
car .
have most beautiful
a carriage' 1 r\" 'I t 1; ;Sea Scout Troop 2' Girl i-.ithf( HOIS fish i ng'and trapping
Guatemalan town names all over : .Called ,neetings. < ;
it. that has been roaming the! ,because practically train baby- ? PJb.C1ul!'8 P. ,O. E. "- $cowf Trceipi .1'' fSrbwnw Tr6op.26ft i hamlet of Violet. WOO we* fouf

ettyj there isr a.stery behind it.. -,hoof ,they. rarry loads .on ;their ; e B.-J ,,&n4.3d; Tl t Uap o!. +.i adoir!i 'W fintraub, PivaniT"plain Friday nightUr blows,
Bob Russell and his.wife,. Mar:' I heads. "The)/are fight complexI the nionth, TS:03 P-t< Itf= Oub! 151" $/ meeting ':date$. *- ,L?that bashed in' his heed.A

residents of Key West, I ioned and very beautiful" ,says House. 313 Duval street .. Velersu cl Foreign Wars ., large peas was formed Irnai-,
garet.-< finished a' tour of i the traveler. f Garden Club el Key test.Aieets (i Called meetings afCJub house; lately So search for the kills}
have- recently *
I Na:s. Russell had some difficulty fst TLursday" themcnth 218 Elizabeth street .- ? :
Guatemala in that ". I
JVTaxico and War
f taking a bath during the trip. Veterans cf Forelja : *,
"vf f iciency apartment on 1'The "apartment" so equipped! ,. S. p-nu October, through ", Auxilluy. / z' :- Tic), Births In -;
I Woman' Clabbouse31s ,
wheels. They left 'here 14!i that a .bath may be taken inside. May *tb Meet ? 2nd and':4th ThursdayaL I

months ago with "Key West Fla. However, tbe Indan .children Duval streeS. fc mostb. .8 n-m.. al TFW",.ClubHouse ,City 11ospiI poi
Mexico to Guatamala I I Human Society 3- I
through bath- I 218 Elizabeth streetr;
who were used to everyone 240-C ;: ? ;
and. Back"painted .on the front ing in the stream together, could : Meets quarterly. Office Key West General Hospital
of the and:returned' with the Poinciana Place Phone.. 1050-J. j jJuaicr I
car '
not understand why she wanted t Notes reported two births today- .
Interesting ; ;
names of many unheard of In Chamber of CammerceMeets ;: ':
Russell had to
dian villages all over the car. privacy. So I every Wednesday, plm. I '' 'I A daughter was born at 9Z!
Mr. Russell is a writer. lIe re stand guard outside and tell the ., at| Club House Flagler Ave j f I Tin" _cans: actually.-;,. about, P.DI., July '25, to Mr. end',Mrs.
children that was taking a I 14.1
Joseph Antonio Domenech.
in the I i99 A cent steeL -
Gently published
bad pe
and Boulevard. v '
this replied .
bath.. To they oniy i Poinciana. The baby: weighoj
magazine a of Commerce j
"American Legion" si" and started togo Junior Chamber "'
"Si. gleefully
story concerning "King of the-I inside. Auxiliary (Jayshees)' j i: The gornerston f' the VT ash- .seven pounds 14 ounces: ', fj

Shark Fisherman", Ray Knopp The Russells collected' autographs Meets every ether Wednesday.ington Monument in Washington \ A daughter, weighing fivepounds
of'this city. Mr. Russell also has: at Jaycees's club i was suspended in .1854 when the 13 ounces, was born.at
8 m.
written article and short star I I of village dignitaries that p. Ave. and house'I'Flagler 'shaft was ,,150: feet high-.and. Was.' 9:30 p.nv.. July 25 ,to Mr.&ndI
the and -
ies for Coronet, Esquire American I along the Indians way were, overjoyed report tchave Junior Woman' Club J not, rccumsd: until 1880. I Mrs. Robert C. Atkins,, v223-A,

,. True, and sportingmaga the name of their town Meet 1st Tuesday of month : < Poinciana. She has been named.
and Club When the aluminum capon 'Robin Denice. '.
zines. His trip was pleasure Woman'
the 'car and their 7:30
painted on _
business combined. 319 Duval street. Washington Monument,_ in i .
sign the book i House, "
The. friendliness of the natives mayor to settle Key west Golf Quo ]I Washington,' D. C. was put tn I A ,radar-equipped ferry now
The Gypsies" plan
constantly tugged at our hearts"Mr for while, Mr..Russell says andreview MeeU Monthly, Municipal- place 'in 1834, aluminum was a is operating between Brooklyn
Russell said. They will Stock Island. rare metal. N. Y.. and Staten, Island. '
Golf "Course
what they have seen.Showing I _:,_ -
share anything they havewilt Key West Hotel and Restarant '
you. and ask only the pleasure of .Association I BOY 11, 'HELD IN HOLD-UP SLAYING .
doing it as a reward. Of Film Called meetings. I
To illustrate his point Mr. Key Weal Players'
Russell told .running out of oil I *
,In a small Cuatemalan border i At Legion Post month, 8 p-m. at Barn Theater I LF
village of Carmen Xhan. A 1 I rear of Woman's Club. 319 Duval, i
Indian offered to ride on I 1
young The showing of an American street.
horseback the 100 mile reund';' i Legion Film, "New York 1947 Key West Radio Amateur dub '
trip td get the ciL He' left that Convention," will highlight the fleets every Monday, 7:30 p-m. ,
afternoon and was back the regular meeting of Arthur in St. Mary's Parrish Hall, 1021

next,.jafter a very hard ride .in yer Post No. 28, American Saw-I Duval street. iEk
which he only stopped long gion, on Wednesday Key' West Yacht Club
enough t6 rest his, horse. When the Post Home on Stock Island'Nevi I I Luncheon meeting every Saturday
Mr. Russell attempted- reimburse York 1947 C nvention"depicts noon. Club House Roosevelt -
him for his deed the In Boulevard.
the high spots of the '
dian replied "My people 'do not thrilling thirteen-hour parade lCh.s Chub of Key West
for helpng a stranger. meetings every Tuesday
charge and the convention business sessions Dinner
Even now 'they fire preparing a which were addressed by 6:30 pjn.
fiesta." Pythias Lodge No 13
some of America's outstanding Knghts of
Fiesta were the rule of the leaders. It is a 33 minute sound Meets every Friday 8 p. m. at:
day- wherever the travelers 726 Fleming street:

stopped, and -southern hospitality film.Every Legionnaire who was Lien Club

was really south of the border. unable to go to New York will Meets every Thursday 630p.m.

Mr. Russell' pointed out. want to see these scenes of the at Lions Den 1013 Semi.nary. -

The old legend of Cortez and Legion % biggest convention .
the treasure of Montezuma is always Commander George A. Warren Masonic Organisations 7 bwiwt

ready to. spring alive and said today. All Meetings at Masonic' Temple l
Mrs Russell visited the cave MBZilitht 533 Eaton St.
This film is one of a series of
where natives are supposed filmswhich are available to all DADE LODGE meets 1st _ec

to have hidden thetreas Legion Posts through the Motion end 3rd Wednesday 8 p.m.
ure after spiriting it away when Picture Branch of the American ANCHOR LODGE meets 2nd 45

eortez landed at what is now Legion. Films depicting the var and.5th Monday 8 p.m. .
'Uexico City. The story is. that ious programs of the Legion-will ORDER Or" EASTERN STAR .

Cortez even handled the great be shown periodically by the meets 2nd and 4th Friday a pjn.DeMOLAY f'

treasure when fce arrived but Post. meets every Tues / .
the next flay- when he went to lay. 8 pan.RAINBOW. "

"Jttit,, the natives had. moved *t To Wed GIRLS meet every 0:.. .
to ,some unknown spot- Cortez Apply other Tuesday. 7 p-m. xI
searched the entire city but Ministerial Association ; 'i 66
found nothing. Legend' has It Applications for marriage licenses Meets 1st Monday morning of ? .

that, monks :later moved the we-e'filed yesterday in the-- month at First Methodist 41 Wirephoto

treasure from the cave and no the office of County Judge Raymond Church. I ELEVEN-TEAR-OLD 'THOMAS EDWIN .HARRINGTON (kit)
trace has been found of it since. ,'R. Lord by Frank H. Mc- Monroe County Audubon '
talks with Deputy Skeriff.. Rhodes la comnty fall at Mar
The' "beauties of Mexico" are Manaway 18 of the U. S. Navy Society
the Zapatoec women, Jahuanas end Doris C. McFarland, 18. of Called meetings.Monroe +.tinez. Calii. where the boy is lullS for the hold-up 'slaying of

Russell reports. These womendo 1021 Packer street and by Bob- County I Mrs. Daky Edling. 42, grocery store operator. Rhodes bolds]:

all .thto -business 'ot, the city ert M. McHendrkks, 22,. of the Tuberculosis and Health rifle found in hiding place Mar'death scene.' District Attorney

Their )reason for this is that they U, S- Navy, and..Jo-Ann Eo,Halter Association I Wakefield Tarlc ."saidWeaW chvoe the youngitsr with first -

"can 'then afford to buy theirs : 23, of ,523:Whitehead street. Called meetings. degree ,murder ; --

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2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Swimc -! t-
e ming, U.s. Naval Base Pool.,
7:30 P.M__U.S. Naval Hospital'
w Party jointly with American ; t

: : ,,.- ''Rcd Cross (2nd Tuesday).
: a 1:00 P.M__U.S. Naval Hospital,
e ; J* Entertainers to Wards (3rd

az 1 Tuesda ti-.
., 1woe..tt
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11:00 P.M.Billiards. s .
y i 1POP.M.; : I .
w .1'. | f ..IP hgPongi; ) Writing Room
a w "a *i .ii '."S'Uowers. I
: .12:, 0 .M.,, .-,Hospital Patients' J
:; ;;f It i Fishing i Party joint program, j 1
... L1* 'NCCS YMCA and Red Cross. :

1:00 P.Ai.-*Javy Wives' Physical
Fitness Ci.Isc- ....-. .-. t c-
2:00.P.M.-Navy Wives Club. y-
.mF.EXPANSIQN''O'the Jacksonville Navel Air Station
6:30 P.M. .
-Boxing Class. I
9:00 P.M.Dance, Three Sharps .the.recently ; :congressional: plan calls for 1,000 :
Orchestra. aircraft: worker Jeff H. Knight. manager cf the .Key !
THURSDAY 'office of the Florida State Employment ,Service. said

2:00 P.M.-Seaplane Base Pool. S})own above, making -a final acceptance check on a Navy .1
Navy Wives. "sair'at.the Jusembly anci-rep ii.sliop where all work is .
9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing ,3hd ihspectsd.pfior'io.the; planes being tested. are H. P. j
Machine Typewriter, Writ- Hams; C;. ,;kead.-J.'Rv G .y.: and J..'J: Vrbonie. Skilled, i tf
ing Room. Showers. (3 af t::workers Hoi, iltyjpas' are.;diged :-apply- immediately !

FRIDAY ;the4ocalr Florida' .State Employment Ser ics, 314 :
,1 P.M.-Softball for Navy ctreeU.foc. poisibie"plewment 'with .a. permanent civil
Wives at Bayview Park. rating -.Jacksonville 'Naval-Air tion. Mr. Knight i
at .the .
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2:00 P.M.-Prenatal Class, Dcpartment I
C e 1 .".,'' of Health Instruc- y--- "' ; ta
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s. f .10 ,: 'A4 ; G&iFWIYES t.
a tor. / ,
a 'fpftAM.t 5dO '. .$.-Sewins 3tf
a t i }tachinei; Typewriter, Writ.i :
''t=,Jog tR om. Showers: I!
t, : 2:00 PJiL i
-Boxing Training. m
:w 1:00 P.l\t. 6:00 P.M. Dressing:| -
: : a. iRooms; Sbowers for Bathers.; i j : I-
c I
s 10:00 A.M.-Communion Break- I
a .,fast, Whilehat Club U.S. Na- !II Ii I
y t val Base (2nd Sunday). i
' 1:00 P.M. Picnic I
Wiener Roast (sign upn I I |
.* advance). : i. I( '

Information services, housingcity : d
maps. I I I oil
Religious literature, library, -
telephones, stamps, wrapping and I I -
mailing packages railway express I
). service laundry; pick-up i :
available to all defense forces i
and their families. I -,,
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.. .Secretary
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:- s Jackson Squat i. Whitehead
a! 'mad Southard Streets -

e c 4 :") w It* I1IllUdllihllUllIl fluJ! j tlnjgfmnb / j i,:

e 't* Tuesday "
: : 8:30 P. M Little Theatre Group 3tx
.. rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuf-
i IZe.Board on the Patio. IU
J : =' ; Wednesday '
1:00 P.M.--Fishing Party: Naval txj
t-jiospital Patients. Joint Program '.
8.30. P. l.L-Ye Ole Country Party 11
,. featuring Square Dancing -" ... -- "
Virginia Reels. ;;: (.4') 1i

10:15 P. M.-Weiner Roast on the HENRY 'A.'WALLACE" WAVES to cheering crowd as he I :e tx.*
Patio Grille. on speaker's stand, at, Shibe Park in Philadelphia
Thursday nigfat 'to ,accept'-'the' Progressive Party's nomination as I J ;
9:00 P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- dent ,of;.the :United .States: :!.
ard and His Orchestra. a __ ......
Friday '" 'I. 6 rl
8:30'P.M.Bridge.. Pinochle and '_' INSPECT DEATH STICK :
Movies. ?wT as -s+e, ,

Saturday .
-a I
..' 8:00 P.M.-Movies. i j tx
10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on c

Iii ...w < .sithe patio. .
I J 4* : *- Sunday
e r i g:45'J.i.Ja"a Club discus I "
sion Group. !a<
e 11:00 A. M.oOo to CHURCH
a Parties."
: 3:00 P. Y I
a M-Classical Hour, selections
:; S announced. r

: ':00 P.., -Fellowship, Hour on _
a e the Patio. Community Sing I ,* !,
: a ing. Beatrice Moreno at the
Piano.. i#.
10:00 P.M.-Coffee hour \1
G. S. O. meetings !Girls' Ser- } !

vice' Organization), every 2nd ,
and 4th Monday. |
Game Room: Chinese Checkers
chess. cards, ping-pong pool .75,
writing desks library current 1
magazines, various table games, =
etc.Showers -*
tennis rackets golf *
clubs fishing, lines, cameras I ?'
checking service film service AY r
mailing and wrapping packages, I z sI
receiving. messages, phone booths '
e, 'Stamps railway express service, I !I
zaviilabie to SERVICE PERSON- / :
J 11-\.Vi( 'l 'I t.
: Davts-Duector.
t. t. ?
'Gerald Pinder-Program Di- ar
t 1 -retaor.I .

1 to r, 4j .LUUafi Weaver-Secretary. \.It: I
Doreen Cruz Information r I
,uJ a a:JM*'Tr,If Desk Aide t : y

| A 1M Tiie manufacture of cigarettes j (#) -,
.*..... ..in.\he.United States began about | f.
DEPUTY ,ANTHONY' LICCIARDI (left) and Sheriff C. F.
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lex (right) inspect two-foot.tree Jimb with which Fauldes (
CARD OF THANKS | Landrtv''Jr.. 6,'was.killed at Violet. La.. Friday. Violet is a

We wish to express our deep trapping ani fishing ''namlet" .Large. posse searched all
gratitude to the many friends for.the.ki1I r. ._
who aided and comforted us with'! ": ;
their sympathy and many acts of t When:Japans k industry I, 'W NT D-TO-
kindness on the occasion of the! declined in :the! 19Os'I -1930s; j'
death bf our beloved one Leonard many 'of 'the" country's .old. silk Naval officer family
A. Lowe. We sincerely thank weaving :plants:turned to weay.ing I. bedroom apartment or .
T all .those who evidenced their af- ra .'oa..,'" '' ,' .. for.month of August.
fcction and esteem by sendingthe rent $100. Write N. B.
many beautiful floral tokens Among:'the-.Japanese, .eelf rriest' USS Runner SS476), U. ; ,
and use of cars.. has V 4.o regardett :as'a- tonicagainst ..1' val Station.-- Rodman--
:y'7-lt- THE FAMILY \sumnietpla14fintl&i.. (:'.."-_.',_: .; Zone. _. "i
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1 wHERE .; yr t;neZ..r..aeivfto. ba..d.d DIRECTORY inDIRECT!
( BENNY'SMotor TO BUY IT" tbar. u tswb.r: --THIS YOU .11
I TROPICAL TRADER : .. 1'--. 4t _

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718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : : :
: 909 Siuionlon St. : If If I FK'Iriral : REPAIRtr't $ :.!. kl..; *
Ownership-Management : Nice Selection: of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS ': : & WE SELL ,MTI -, :( : POOR OLD CRAIG : .

I of BENNY FERNANDEZ : : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Call For ua.D li er""' :::.. ii.- WhHE STAR : Service Station :: '
Beginning Monday SEE OUR JO Yun' Wl rk',,'
Electrical i I Expezt.nce E1.cttica 4}.. :
: July 19th SHOWING of Appliances, :, ; .J.> : 'fUEANERS J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 1M .:

....................-................... .,'... .".. : 211 Dural' treet : .5'l4tco..M.... Jr.. Prop.. Francis and Division Stre.t> :

j Will BE CLOSED .....: .. ......a .eeeee eeee:eeee a ii.: '; : --ELECTRIC: : :: TELEPHONE> 'ai<.
Until September : HOME SUNDRY STORE : .!,S.::........":y............ ........ ... ... ..-.. .........e. 'o*.> SIMONTON* .' *-.-.STREET. ;e IS55...Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer............:
THE BEST OF STEAKS ... ..aa...a....,..a..:...*.... *jj Dry; Cleaning .......a.....................................
Tropical Drinks Fresh Fruit and : : .'Y '!nvite r ; : : ; ;!: t j. onel"'Ft eating .
: Tempting our Patronage < :e eeefUNERAL RUSSELl'Sj ,:* 24-HOUR SERVICE : RADIATOR SERVICENOW :
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availablein .
Pies will be : :I : :
: at Ice Crean Proprietary Medicine :. '%. .Free Pick i -Up and :
September ; ::... i DRY GOODS ,-. o' Delivery Service : AVAILABLE
Benny's Motor Court : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ': *, Repairing and Flushing
5s-...................... '.
: Toilet Preparations and Articles :. ': : HOME : 1106 OLIVIA STREET and WOMEN : AUTO AND :
..................o...............a.....a........ : : y 'g-* ,. -'Made-tolleaslre : .TONY'S

;t ..................... .. .. ... a ..... Let Those Serre ... PHONE '373Specialising. V> 7 PHONE: 2S2 : BODY SHOP :
: v ". _.-r-....., ...-... .. 603-OS GREENE: STREET:
Y. MUJVIFORD' r and; ROSS Who Serve Best : :: .: ";7 ),.a.. a.a a .: ..a........................................ i
: GOMEZ : : 220 DUVAL STREET: : a WE HAVE NEVER : u$'* _' If; *-:..'ei..."..........a... p............................................: I

FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors lori : : BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL a: ::5: W Onlelf.Si..lli: ; ).. 5. '' : :::,: CAROLYN UF\tny SIIOPI'EOversee ; ""

720 DUVAL STREET i Carrier Air-Conditioning : : -. .J.'JPEZ[ I ..: HaUl 913 Fleming St. : I.
: Ambulance ServiceTelephone Childrenry: 3 L ,
Juvenile Furniture : Domestic i 5 :+ :; ::: l:(:i; DONALD BARBER
for and Commercial 5. 1 ap'
Use -
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE[ : : 333 PHONES 9150 ; : 548 : .. '. i'.l- : :: 'FP.Q t.:ServiceFuneral. :: We Specialize In S ..

: ..Y.............a.........a.................... S Never Sleeps : A pp..qrt). t ..f ,',4,;%Frtzbllc} >zedIlesLicx .I: Scalp Trralmoiits! Hair Dyeing :
Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : a..v....................... .............. ;". "" '.. ;' .
.ft. ......4.........i...... .a...ee.*.ee..eeeeeee. Phone 175 ALL. TTFK* OF HKI.PMC= CCKTISSTELL'S )
Axminster Broadfelt i. : ,
; a : .,..................a...e aa*a......."...' eeeeeeV) ) .,... 1Cd lit ......................PERMAI......grT....V.A...B1i. .......... .
RADIOS andAppliances ; .r -oDirectors.and. : .. .. .
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':.. '.::;---S ,. J. Q A MYER'-'t: l a"''i f'_::Entbal In, .!',.. :: BEAUTY NOOK
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;: \ :, :, .. 4H, tr :. Scientific Beauty Culturet,4 h ;
Licensed' :
"Terms Arranged"OPEN : S '. : \ ,
| : in All Branches .. ,
| TILL 8:00 P.M- .... : .; r i.b'zila i .. .lc : ; Thoroughly Experienced
r MON. and SAT. . PAINTING ,Contractor( :! 'XS : : I
...................... \ 1 .. ii. < ? 'Service'i '. Operators
: FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEEp'Talephona Soft Water Usd Exclu.ivltPhone
.9127. 114 DUTB Street. Jefferson Hotel Phone 133": .Night.638 : St. \ J

.-..:..................: J. Douglas Trevor =.............................e.:.e...a...:."-s ; *. .... ..-'..'....'...:. ... 637. 536.Fleming....... .. .. .f
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.i PRICE TOURS .i 1829 Harris Ave. Key West Fla. : ; | "j).#.......'fi...""I 1i....:".e'._ .'........ Former Customers, friends and the Puhl-c Invited .

f, : Passenger : PHONE 137-i-R : w' fla.r Frances Beauty Salon :,
.1 e :.W es .> .
.. Representative .. Refrigerators. Disposals .and Electrical' Appliance%>s sWashing -t Frances Park. Owner ;

: (orFLORIDA : a.FSB irrl )W' :. Machines for Immediate Delivery a ;5.0U ENIRSCoNtH. : 1010 CRINNEU. STREET .

: EAST ; .a............................................a.. HOME APPLIANGBrt 4'../, '::SHELLS5i : '' Beauty Culture in all Treatments it.uuaa '

COAST RAILWAY : .e.......................................aaa.... 60S SIMONTON STEEr ,PHONt;'U.} ,- *,:AU'SIiMi j *>* ., :. / Facials Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp- Manicuring .,
............................... 1331PHONE
: How Located Next : ; Saves 20% : :.................................aeeeeeeeeeeei... ......... -. .: :COCOANITTS. -* : For Appolnlmenl Phone
Fire Insuranceby .' .. .. ... .. .
on dwellings.nt : : : : .: : a
DR. COfeO'S ..rc ant 11. Marl\ p>> j
.r : OFFICE bldgs.. house INSURING withAtlantic ;: : landscaping, andTojiSpil; "-.'.,'\"',$f:Sf.ONCES"r. .:. ; : Marion's 1400 Duval 1:514 Street:
i : hold and per. Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. : .. '' 'qr.jOtt$6.50: PER V"ARP or $1.00 PER.SACl t-** .,;: { -- {" I .
i : FLEMING STREET sonal effects. : \}r'1hBL HAULED*$JO for 4 YARDS/' i'\-'t i r'}- : f1n bfp.-to!Ray Part : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON S ,> 5 I
Rear of La Conchs Hotel Save 15% on All Policies Non-Assessable : 0 RSUons1l U.s.bf cmtida; Southernmost House in the U.S-A.
Also ( Cleared and Mail I. 5 i.Gh
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PHONE 124 MercantileStock J. 1. Crusoe, "Kt. Phone.674 .:: :. E! 1 'f-j :- :1 1,:Mij W: : Pal. tEO' : featuring. "

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.. k> .,, .... ..g : Q! Mechanical Masifee ME1'IIOD
............... .............................., ..........asass..."I'.......'....................':"..y.n \.1 i EX.. W .ST.FLOfl., ....DA...i'. : IMtI Complete BEAUTY SG/tl'lGt 1
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:: E B.&B. CYCLE SHOP JEFFERSON COFFEE .Si1oit.1;, .;. ,! t .i. .. .....' **. ....... ........ .. .. ... ...e
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Ride the Bus to the
U : 118 DUVAL STREET .i A a ; 1 JEASTATEt{ : ural Hair Tinting -
: GOLF COURSE : 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels. Prop. Phone 10U s : :-. : o d or Finest
: Open Daily and Sunday -i' ..
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Cushman Motor\ Scooters : j : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M.. I' :- : Sale.; : wt '. Wares ; 1I
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: : Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ,: COMPLETE mners' ; '. oJ.. :, "'n .;..,f.LWet. x>c ,f Beauty ;

1 Also A La Carte and Sandwiches'REASONABLE _.*. 'l: ::Rentals',: :
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BUS I 4 .i ,, A...o.. tepFia IC.'Wtd Street I
NO. 1 : a MiURANCEi-;: :.J 4' .iaQ tbsutii.Coua3yx Next to Southernmost
to the Now you can ride-aa economical ; au .i ,-"" .. r "5 Beauty
; GOLF Cushman Motor Scooter 11f orEOht _. : .
: School
: LIN S ; a. -;;.w while payiac for it... and the : FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS/" t .1. ., KIIt FLI>EINurlALTOA r All Licensed
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S 4luI&I .: money methods you of transportation tare over other pays ,, and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAOB.:.* ...tr--t;: ..(i.{ BeauticiansSpecializing .
:: S for a Cushman. Come in for : ., v il1,:n a q"SJr..t; l inMost
: Have Fun! :. (r_ information. :, (Key VI est Insurance Co./>: ?.: l t.-t'11.w fdt bead Streit : f .w Modern :

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ; .........a......e...a...........,......aa.a..... SIS SIMONTON STREET PHOXZ/1S71' ? .t:. PhiaN,124.$na-a! : Beauty Phase Culture of ;.
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It f : Good Work Low Prices :
: Experience in Watchmaking : FOR SALE : .,f. [9iLJRANCE.IS '
qualifies us to assure : Our Customers Must B. ; Tour Entire:House with r Daily between fc30 XM. and 3:30 .:
you accuracy and depend : : PM
% <-Appointments are accepted 4'.4ti'
: ability in repairs. : Satisfied ; > r : t;
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For Government Workers, : ., _

The Citizens Washington Correspondent :: : "

WASHINGTON. D. C.-Henry Wallace's party is f for peace: ;

prosperity and abundance. Wallace himself is strongly;in favor

of peace, prosperity and abundance.. In fact 140 ;million t

Americans.me for peace, prosperity and abundance. Most of :
them don't think they can get these thing, however by-el UctmcJ : ;;; :.1 : ;
Henry Wallace president of these United States. 'That's'where {/ i

Wallace and most Americans don't see 'eye to"! eye. .. : :
. With Wallace notions about govrnraent one wonders how I ; :
Jorge the bureaucracy in Washington'would grow-ii he-were : t : ; :

elected. It is reasonable) to assume.that Wallace.would'cet:: (up : ; : : : .
a share-the-wealth program on a national-basis he indved ': '},.
into the White House.. He would expand most of the govern- ; : ,
mental agencies and departments. and reallv take Over, this_ : .. ,
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country's business. I : ; : ; :
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Those who live outside of'i f. ;

Washington might be interestedto : ; : : '

much know bureaucracy what this threat is. What of too is The Weather ; :: ;; 1 : t. ; : ; ; : : :: ''v'. .,

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one talking about when he decries I .FORF.cAST"+ 't
bureaucracy! The entire : ; !
answer would be too lengthy to j Key West and Vicfliityi'' Partly .s.
discuss cloudy with scattered shower in I ;1 :
here, but following is Ii
tonight! nd'Wed-
ane example. the area today; i
Moderate southeasterly '
Thousands upon thousands of )
winds. Continued warm. : !
government workers are em- j r
ployed here in Washington. Most I Florida: Scattered Vafternbonand ( ( )
evening. showers and :'a few
of them work five days a weeks[ ; !
[thunderstorms .this-
or are supposed to be working
.through Wednesday Few isolated : :
five days a week. Many of them ;I
showers- over- southeast never do much real work !
other than their own personal i j{r :
r : '
East Gulf' 'and Jacksonville
work elsewhere. They ge30 : :
'! through Florida :;Straits Gentle ;
days a year, in most cases, \ to moderate"winds east to southteast
leave. They get half that much ahd couth: l' ;
over south portion :\
sick leave,. Of course they always ;
north ,portions i
I to southwest over e
have and Sundays' .
Saturdays !', this afternoon through' Wednes
off. : Weather ps'niy'c1oudy with
'day. ::
In addition they get every. scattered show. rs and thunder-
holiday off. In the summer, storms. : :

those who don't work in air-con-?: : No small craft or dorm warn-
ditioning buildings are sometimes have'been iSs ed..Report.

hot to dismissed work. All because of them it is too get i* :: : : ;: ::J.: ; ::}; :< l

addition days off when a na-1 I!I ;
tiohally-known figure dies. (For : Key West, Fla." July 27t 1948 : : :
instance they were all turned Observation( taken at City Office. ;
8:30 A.2d, EST)
loose on the Monday after Gen- I(t

Pershing's death which came:|:. yesterday'TtmperattuaHighest ; '._U' 91 :: : :
early Thursday morning.) :
Lowest!! last night 81
If you take a pencil and figure Mean __*-._-. ....--.- 86 j j ,
' it out, a typical government'worker' Normal ... F
: -< -'--- --' 241
in Washington doesn'tput ,,,
in four days of so-called: Precipitation r t
.Total las ::24 hours.. u 00 ins.
'work' a week. These govern- Total this month 5.04 )1:';.1 L
ment employees average stay- Excess this month .._.: 2.29 ins.
ing in their officers only about "
Total this .year 22.72 ins.
three and three-quarters days Excess this; ; year -_ 6.16 ins.
thousands of
weekS And
Ihrm do nothing much during I}, Relative Humidity
!i at fcSO AJ4.:
this time. Now there are some 70!: : :
who are sincere, and work hard ;
more than five day a week. I'I Barometer I :
busi Level) SM A.M. :
What is the harm in this !
30.08 ins.-101.6( "- mbs.
effect of
ness? One noticeable
this system is the attitude de- Tomorrow's Almanac {' ; ,
governmental 'Sunrise -t-- "'- 5i53 a.m. ,
veloped by many :
have l Sunset r- s- -, -. 7:13: p.m.
t>employees. They 'school'grown l Moonrise .'n' n' ,_ . 11:49 p.m. ;

accustomed five days :a to week going, doing to. the I I Moonset _..__.__--' 12.11: p.m. I"e: :

fame Iittle job in many cases, '-
getting regular days off, and TIDES,, t.
getting a periodical rating: Tomwrow : l have
They begin to think someone '(Naval Base) : i i
owes them this sort of thing. .Eastern Standard Time i

After a few years in the- pool I l High. Low : } to pro
2:12 8:49 ; family.
they're often unfit for real work. : a.m. : a.m.

Whil many young men are I I I 2:33: p:tn.. 8:27: p.m. .U. S.. _.'

working twelve or fourteen I
hours a day getting a start in
Reference .Station: Key West : plan :
their own business the same age
I 'TUn .offH fght of I i : : Plane
government worker is reportingat : :
eight and leaving at thigh| water 1 P'yiop.: +
thirtY' and five. fou"-I Babia Horjda ., : t b.oky]
(bridgeoQ; ; ; > 0.0 fLNq' : 1 '
When any country r a S Name .. : -L .
of humanity, which Kgy ; ( ) : '
over-supply : and.
1 t-
(east end) I-'.::+2hOm :; .
feels that owes !
living the mental attitude of Boca,Chic, ,J: : 1 ? : ", ., .
} (Sandy Point)-Oh 4 that country will drag down its .ChanneX; .': *" 1 : : :
i. < :
productivity. It has been provedin ; : $ +
Europe time and again. Andhere's (north. "end) C4-Zli,:; -lOmIl.4': '. : ft"oQo Y ; : :-
where Wallace in
comes t
NOTEa f.
again. He is for such bureau. .
(-)-Minus sin'; Corrections I'
cracy in government, Wallace to be' subtracted.: f; f
is sharing the wealth '
great on
the doing the dis ((4-)=:Plus,gigs' Corrections to I ,
government '
be added.
tributing.But (h)-..iiour.mMinute'. : : .
who'will produce whenwe ( .1 "
all feel that somebody else
(ft>-Jeet. -. ;
owes us a share? It's a fine I :
theory 'to provide for all, but ,' .
provisions; unfortunately, must TODAY'S : ; CoaacfL

be produced. I ( Amctica).

Bishop Paul N. Garber. in

THE LOW DOWN charge of 'Methodist 'Church activities 1 1 : ;: ; ,J

in 'Europe, born in New .1 : ; ) ty
-flOAHICKORY Market, Vav 49 years ago.-
Bruce Bliven of New York, ... -
GROVEDay noted editor, born Emraettsburg.J i i ; : ; : : :

Iowa, S9 years ago. : : .
by day I get more sure Calvin A. Frey, vice presidentof .
that I am not going to vote for the Railway Express Agency, : ; ) .

the old guff that he-if elected- born Sidney, Ohio, 61 years ago. :: : : : t .
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will 'stand shoulder to shoulder .Amory Hough ton, board
with the Tlittle man"-the "com- chairman of the Corning GlassWorks ; ,' ,.
; ff'
mon people." I figure he is di- New York, born in Corn ;

rectin'smack mon herd.his at "me-me."little he says.man"of Who the guff"com-is right he,I Me.ing Mrs.49 entomologist years Edith ago Patch and of Orona author,, I : : : : : ; i : : : : ;}

born in Worcester, Mass 72 { & .
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he mon"looking Him Here gets actin'and no in down maybe vote the superior USA on from not me each me.up too as there personis bright."com- years Congregational Dr.the ago.Douglas General Horton... Council Christian secretaryof i of i the : : : t : :! ; }j;: i t.. '1'

needs churches of the U. S. born in .
his own architect and
nobody at his elbow to sponsor Brooklyn U. Y.57 yen ago. : : \

him. The USA got to where it Some' 500. ruins -ancient In- ;, : : i :E :: ; >

is-or was up to a few years ago dian pueblos have been foundon :
-by each person free to choose the rises of Arizona's Grand ; : :: <
his job each to his liking "
own :
Canyon. Cliff dwellings made by
and his utmost. Mr. Edison
these Indians ace; found along : ;
and Mr. Ford and Mr. Knudsenthe I the lower'wallsof the canyon in :
emigrant boy, all of 'em, and many places.
100 thousand and more have I I
gone to town under their own + calls ,
somebody ups and ): mea < ) :: :
steam-no subsidies-no leaningon guy"" and. tries smarty ;

anybody.I fumididdles' on me, I get agita- ( ) : ; :
am not against tomfoolery or ted. Whaf\' dnd of sissy does he ;
monkey business in its place: think.I am-I ask him that.
like at Barnum and Bailey'sbut oUrs :with*the low.down; : s.
when it comes to voting and JO SERRA ,
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:, HOSPITAL,, NINE. <:. :16:( TO, 0Bob's | r r League .With .476 Marks I ; -H

Sport Shoppers Also* y .. .
t" rLer' DION':SECOND WITH ANj l...._

Shutout SuhRon FOIir'Qtittit "VX-1 Flyers Will AVERAGE OF .1,71;; Registrations To;

Score 10'To

Uy ,Of I Tackle:'Elks{ Team 'I( .MoottE TifiHDHotneY. WITII Begin Tomorrow

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Both games played last night !] lii Game Tonight I Youth
at snut"Oub'' I VX-1 Flyer, b the i br 'Sports
Bayvew Park
were r leading,,}hitter in, the Class In" r ..
for the losing clubs. | Firs 1;ame. VX-1 Flyers will
.f Softball League; according to'the; t City nl"( restlbn! Director Paul
In the first game, Ranter's tackle, the league-leading Elks J a
Men's Shop white-w'a!>hed theIospital ,Club. Every time they meet the latest statistic: ( released today: by : O. Albury announced today that j

), 16 to 0. In the nightcap ftff! flies. Official Sc&rt-kwpef PedroAgiii registrations would begin tomorrow -
Bob's Sport Shoo wen over the.y/ This game will find Joe Lewis t lar.V for all mid-summer activities -
SubRon Four, 10 to 0. /.t against the powerful arm of 7 -4' Hornet has an average of .476, to be 'sponsored by and
In the first game, the pitching ]Ilenson! f 20 safe blows irt 43 times at bat. through the r-
of Sweeting featured. .ie J.*- If the Elks win they will he t lie Stored 14 rung.Diun City Recreation' DopartmenL !-
the Hospital:; boys to ont'.I'one'hit ,two full! games in thelead but I fcf the Elks Club is second '
a single by Ilerrinfton in j if the Flyers win it will'be a tie ,. with .a mark of .428 and Art ng- All registrations are to be
the fourth. jr \for first place with Flyers.In wY ton, also of the Flyers, is third, made at Bayvitw Park between
Herrington stole secmd. the nightcap, the Vets will .395. the hours of 1 and 6 p.m. Moh-*
In the fifth Bur* /walked and 1 play the Adams Dairy.If Henson "fe" the leading ''pitCh day through Fridays. Qualified
was sacrificed toJftond. They ( the Vets win they can not yF ,,; irt the league with o percentage nf personnel will be on duty to register j
were the only tyf to reach :sec- j lose second place but if-they lose .733. lit 15 Marts; he has won and instruct' in the various".
ond. 11"the Dairy boys still,, have a 11 and lost only four. activities. I
For the Men's Shop, Barber I (chance to at least tie for second I The Uht .tnouhdsthan with a All boys ana girls Interested
hit three s4: y- Kerr Solomon :place.It perfect percentage is Griffon, in tennis. Softball, baseball vtri" !> : : ____14 _
and Fl*', two each. Every ,; seems as if Sabola will be I r. who has wph two games., i ray! ball badminton shuffleboard I. N'
taK at least and' and bicycle tIP) Wirephoto
player safely one pitted against Villareal in this W v7hephoto The") aVerages: boxing racing
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scored J\ least one run: AB R H AVe. are urged by Mr. Albury to reg- L : "
)] Both are swift ball pitchers Player- ] JH ,
game MN HU< S (1611)( ) ,61 Portland. Ore. runnerup. holds alcit
score: \Ii\ and will give the batters a l BLONDE BEATRICE: METESH (right). 19-yeuoldjbaeballpitcher. Horner VX-1 42 14 20 .476 !ister promptly. I
the hand of Mik T.rentz (right). Long Beach. Cat. after Ferents
Sctore: R. H. E. : .
Dion EC -.28 10 12 .428 I
hard time looking them over. Chats with Ed Briese manager cf St. Joseph's American '
Kantor's 003 35-16 14 0 Moore NH .. 522 .400 : defeated: ;Hagh s.. 2 and:: 1.' to'wiD 'National Public Links golf '
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Legion team, during at Joliet. IU. in which the held -- Who Knows
016 gams r ? title ift.Atlanta..'Ga. FerenU holds the .
Hospital 000 00- 'Arrington,VX148 15 19 .395 j ji Saturday. trcphy.Aniericaii
all-male cppcnents: to nine hits. She lost the but won I
\ game .a
Sweeting and Fleitas; F. Tynes how R. Garcia. EC 21 6" 8 .380 : __ __
and Fallen. They Stand+ starting assignment with the semi-pro team on the basis of.herUformance. iMeador. KMS ---.35 11 13 .371 i 1. Is Tito, the real 'p.me.I I ..

Two-base hits: Meador, Fleitac 1 She get one cf her team's five hits and drove"in' Fleitas. KMS .. 54 18 20 .370 i the Yugoslavian- .dictator? ; 1 1I Road Race -

Solomon Kerr Kelly; stolen bases a run. H' tRoberts )ticks, NH ____--..:60 18: 21 ..350 I :2.! What Have .The HermitageMonticeUo !tS i ; .
: i'errington: struck Qut: by Island City Senior i i ___ __ __ .: Henke.'N1I 63 9 21 .333 I and J Oak Hill Iri.cppiK ... .
Tynes 3, by Sweating 6; -bases Baseball Leagu 1 : F.-Lastfes: KMS ._24 6 8 .333 mon? i. I ,;t 7i. f.: :. f
bn balls: off Tynes 2. off Swefet- (Municipal! Stadium) "I Leads Softball Pazo EC ._,65 19 22 .338 3. What is a "captivc'V mal') '. .
ing 3; umpires: Villareal and Club- W. L. Pet. ;..1, I Kelly KMS1.62 19 20. .322 mine? r rp tettafeatarea' : -.r

Grifleri; lime of game: 1.10. Key West Clowns, ._... i 0 1.00) Jj I Cussons* VX-1 .53 12 17 .320 4. How many men wW-'he"". BUENOS AIRES.There's aspeeders
Piratas __ --..-.--- 1 1 .500 Henrique, EC.59 13 18 .305 drafted each month under the '. romin-g otheracc--, but they have been
t In the nighttap, Bob's Sport U. S. Marines .1 1 .500 I'1 League With .469Pace1 I E. Sweeting, KMS:46' 12 14 .304 new Selective Service Art? paradise up in over city street or park roads
t Eh:) ( p won in the first inning I Naval Air Station ..'0 2 ,000;; Rodriguez I EC 60 1018 .300. 5. How many Democrats' have'.['I;South\ America-6,000 miles of' Over the poor roads in this
i when-Bremmer walked three and __ I Crandall. VV-1 30 2 6 .300 been President since 1865? rrpatl'wiThout t speed .limit And'race Villore-o will be on mote
three wild pitches scored two t bland City Baseball League j *OFFICIAL AVF.ItACES.I1-t f i" 'VX1-VX-1 Flyers. & Can you name the four With q.$25,000 prize ai: the end [ even terms with the top Argen-
runs, added three in the third I I (Army Barracks Field) I r I II I EC-Elks! Club. countries liberated by Simon"fob-the.fastest driver. : tina drivers, and the Brazilians.
and two in the fifth without a I Club- W. L. Pet! VEAL ALSO THAT V1ILAREAL >+I NH-Naval Hospital. (Bolivar? Chileans and Uruguayan drivers
hit, and three in seventh on one I SubRon Four' _. 7 1 .875! City Recreation ,KMS- Kantor's Men'sShop. 7. Which is the longest canal:|1-1'Th t|s the outline of, the Bue.nos. who will enter.
i three'walks and two enUrs.' i Bombers 6 3 .667 HAS IAttK{ .. Aites-t -Catacns road race,
I j : ((3) Panama, {b) Suez, (e) Kiel U, j' The race is being sponsored by
hit two safely .....__ ._..__ 1 1i |which
The Sub boys 1 r Conchs 3 6 .333 8. Is Italy a member the will cover 'about two- the Argentine Automobile Club,
in the second. Huffman doubled j: Scorpions _. 1 4 ..200' Program i OF ..402CASAbO.393() ; 'Pittheia' Records Western European Union? :thirds 'of this contieht. ;j which is putting up most of the
in the fifth and in the seventh I I I the Pitch r-; w. J.. Pet.I 9. How wide is-Bering Strait; I The face will be held In Octo- prize money. Argentina's Presi-
Bremmer singled. .Florida-International : Official- batting averages! of: i Grif fen'f'L.. ... ----.2 0 1.000 between Alaska and Siberia? bef November, the early summer '- dent Juan Peron has given $25-
Cssado: and Castro made two j Baseball League I II SOFTBALL Class "A" "Softball League,::as Hensoni: !r ,:_.__m.. 11 4 .733 10. Truman is our thirty-sso! ; in the southern hemisphere.!
wonderful catches to end t the J j I: Club- W. 1... Pet I I1a"lew i made known by Scorekeeper Pedro I J.'Lewis, .. ..-- 11 G .647 ond President but only twenty- Nearly 100 drivers entered the 000 to be distributed as lap
I game. ,[' Havana-------------. 39 .649 Park. Night Aguilar, 'show that DeWitt. .. E. Sweeting . 6 8 ,429 hove been elected td 'last :Jhternational road race here prizes. There will be 14 days of
Casado, Alonzo, Castro and Tampa ---66 44 .600 TONIGHTFirst i' Roberts ,.till maintains his lead :Martin 1..: . ... 8 11 .353 seven the men ? Why? '-front Buenos Aires td Santi- actual racing with two days rest
Walker started for the winners j jand jSt.I i Petersburg 56 51 .523I Game-VX-1 .vs. Elks' ership, this', time with a mark., of "F. Tynes .. ..- 0 3 .000 I Presidency- I ago, Chile end back. In addition in each of four cities along the'
Roddy McCann and Huffman i j(i Lakeland _55 53 .509 Club. ,_ l' : .469. '. : f" f Ito the grand prize, another $100-
for the losers. Miami( Beach 52 58 .4731},, Second Game-Adams ,Dairy" !i 1!Roberts, :'ace Bob's Sport Shop ..? Miscellaneous Records: ; The Answers ,000 Will be? passed! out'to the en- way. Longest drive will be the
Huffmen hit two in three tries West Palm.Beach-----48 62 .434 'vs. V.F.W.THURSDAY player, went* to bat 66 times and ; :Most ,times at bat-Henke 63, Cants in this race, and even first day's stage, 1,0(59( miles.
N to lead the hitters. I I Miami _.,.46 61 .430 ; came, up with 31 safeties. lie kelly 62. Paso 65, Ricks and Rod-I, [more than 100 drivers are ,expected Each day's times will be addedto
Score: .R.::H. 1.Dub's E. Fort Lauderdale -_ .42 68 .382 : First Game-Kantor's Mlffsj crosseci< hpfne plate 30 times'. rignez 60 each. 1, .NoJ'it.ls.Josip; 'Broz. to try to collect some of determine the winner.
Each was the: home of 'a : .
203 <020< 3-10 6 3 i: ShoP vs. Naval HospKati( l lI i J. Vjj rti4 also of Bob'r.Sportt :Most 'runs scored-Pazo and' 2:-- ; jit.i: II. i
SubRon 4 000 000 00- 4 4 Major Baseball LedguesNATIONAL I .raihet -out game). ,j/j t }Shop, i Hancock and Walker; Brem- II I i Second Game-VFW vs. Adams I II another Sportsman, Casadoj: :"is 18'l>ach 13.f One oWne4 by a steel com- I jthe condition of the roads. They
U mer and Huerta. I I Dairy Hie game). i wiq!,*393. ;..:'\ Most '.hits-Pazo 22, Ricks and*pany. ;&' ;';;ire 'alt passable but hot much BROADWAYCIGAR
Two-bace hit: Huffman; stolen j}i Club- W. L. PcLI t I FRIDAY \\ ?' -Thp? -(wo.nest t pitchers!;4h 'th e 21.jeach, Horner, Fleitas I 4. 30.000.t : Mnpre. Most of them are dirt or _
bases: Casado, Santana; bases on i Boston ___ ....-_...__5 37 J)84 i I I First Garne-VX-1 Flyers vs.MBt1 \[lends. areilso members Of 'the i like. 20 each. 5. Three: Cleveland, Wilson. }gavel,. narrow, winding and alternating -
balls: tiff Bremmer 9; slrucfc\ outr;.SLou .j--1. "6'4 .52. 'I.. ?;EU(3'-( Club (rairud-out*Sport Shop nine. Hancpclf. cbn. [ two-base hits-KeUy. 6,J and F.: D. Roosevelt-; -*.74" 1.:' desert: stretches with STORE
by Hancock 2; umpires: Griffen 1. Brooklyn _:'..;-_ ._46 41 .521 I f game of July 6)). | tinues to set the pitching 'pace Pazo.ar\d: Ricks 5 each. G. Venezuela,,Colombia, Ecu7cdoV mud. They will'-Wake heavy de-
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and Villareal; scorer: Aguilar. I I Pittsburgh _._.._.._._44 42 18,. Second Game-r-SubRon Fours, with a perfect percentage 1.000. I' Most three-base hits Dlon and t tied Pertt;: .',' tnahds on the'U. S.-made stock 610 Duvul Street
New York' . ...45 43 .506 1'I Bob's Shop 'canal.. .
vs. Sport t tI He has won 11 games against' Hehriqiiez 3 each. Cussonj, Ricksand 7. The 'Suez i ears'which are used for road raving : -
: Philadelphia43 i 48 .473 (postponed game). J 1o Teammate Roberts adds Fleitas 2'each. 8. No.:0" ,!;, -. here. ...
Defeat I I _J I
1 Cincinnati .456
41 49 .36
fo" fits'''hittirtg laurels with he Most borne[ runs-Horner' S. E. 9. At narrowest .pinti Stock ears stand up betterthan
I! Chicago -38 52 .422 I 'JUNIOR SOFTBALLBayvlew second best pitching perform Swietlrig: 3. Arrington, Shadkyarid miles. } 'racing tars: on rough roads

Bums last r AMERICAN i iI I Park. Afternoon 1 :ante: of 10 victories and only'. one Kelly 2 each. 10. Five Vice-Presidents, who',&l1d'.reppr: parts for: common U.
ht1NEW I Club- W.. L. Pet and Morning '. Most stolen bases-Pato and became President were never'S.,Makes ,'are available all along SCOREr
Boston.. .._. 54 36 .600 I Daily playa loss.Averages: Flg'tas,8each. elected for 'n' full 'tetm. the route... ]
i far The i,4 trio Pr ) i j Philadelphia}? ..r_.__ _. 56 38' .511'l 5'I ------ Player- AB R II A.ve. v Most limes struck out-Burke ,. Luigi Villoresi Italan facing }i.i
YORK, July 27. OnljMone Cleveland ..,---.61tG: .58ft.I. "'Blanco, "AD .__ ..... 045 ..55$ ,23! ,-'.ShadJey and Kelly 9 each, Finding of'at least'one Ameru driver who has won many road !{. POPULAR BRANDS of
game was played in either.: New York __52,3t .584'1 j TENNISi Sawyer, BSS 4 2 ,2 .308 Rick', 16. can Indian smoking pipe which,, faces ;here, will be the favorite j I
major league yesterday and las'tnight Detroit -.:..._-4445 .494, Bavview Patlc. Afternoon Maynard, SR4. .. 2 I 1 09 MoSttim S walked-Ricks 18, some experts say is !n the form,J for th'ee'vent.: He has'not decided Cigars and Cold
and in that one the New 1!{,I Washington. '. -_-.__89 50 .438;{ and Night }[Roberts, BSS ____,66 26 31 .46$ tlodriguez'and Kelly ll. each.: of the head 'of the 'extinct idastodon -" whether. 'to drive an American !
York Giants easily the! St: Louis j._..::_::....-_...32 53 .376 I Daily play.! J. Villareal, BSS _61 30 J7 ,40i has lead to the belief stock ,cur, a European stock car
i Brooklyn Dodgers by a segue oil' Chicago' _.__. _____2a 61 .315 Foster, SR4 10" '4 ''4 ;408 'TODAY IN HISTORY that? smoking was ancient practice pr-,tti$. Maserati. The Maserati Soft Drinks
i 13 to 4. Jonos of the i -- SKATING Casado. BSS 66..2B 26, .393 among the Indians. has carried, him'i to victory in his -
pitched well but the New York Softball :LeaguesClass Barview Park Night Acevedo, BSS .. ..64 33,23 ...392 (snow metica) I l _:
t found the offerings of Roe, B their*hr- FRIDAY,' I Baker, VFW .... ._ 2? 7 10 !, ;37DHiggenbotham ,,1789' = The Department of J
man Minner and others to "A" 7:00: to 9:00 t>..M.BASEBALl.. AD 23 79,1391Hancock : State 'created by- Congress! -first
liking. Club-' W. L- Pet I' BSS 42 15 15 .35* known as the Department of For-
The score: 1 Bob's Sp rt' Shop .-22 I''' .957 Downen SR4 62 15 22 ,i$54 eign .Affairs.
NATIONAL LEAGUE VFW .. .: ,;. -- ----1l ..1t178 .. 1 1t 1 i Bremmer.,SR4 ._ ,40 fi '14 ..3SI. 0 '1866The first successful At-
Night Gem t Adams Dairy*.- 7 15 JlJ t Municipal Stadium. Afternoon. J. Mira BSS ... 54 .14 14 ,351 lantic cable.completed.
I 'R.I1.11. SubRon Four .*...._'.- 6 16 .2.3 SUNDAY- I I.Malgrat, AD ._.. 39: 6 13 .433Myers 1868 '_ By Act of Congress
New York "13 17 1 I Class "B" 1:00: -Clowns vs. Marines. ( ;:-VFW 24 S '8' J.333 mall carriers put in uniform. S
Brooklyn .. 492{ l.'l'lh--: W..L. Pet 3:3Girot.es( V.S. Naval.Air Sta'.>:: ;j 1 Smith, SR4 _3S 10 11 ,.314 "1909-Orville Wright makes a,
1 Jones and Cooper, Westrum; Elks; Club __,_:.-:....:13 8 .619 tion. :i Hopkins VFW 35 16 11 <;J14MeanX new air record by' staying in the
Roe, Behtmah. Minnen Pal lea,1 VX-l Fryers--:.-._12 9 .571 Army fiarracks. AfternoontINDAY 1 1i : VFW. 53 18 18 ,315: air'for. an hour. '
Casey 'and Campanella. j Kantor's Men's Shop.12 10 .545 i I I McClure, SR4J6 7 5 Jut 1D16Thomas J. Mooney ar-
Naval HoGpilal 6-16 .273 )'obe, announced. '. J I[ Hernande, BSS ...45 li 14 .311 tesfedr-beginning of' the famous
One of the world's largest extinct 1 I Castwi.:CSS ._ .45 20 14 .$1 1 case.. .
t volcanic craters is in Ha-.I In one old French recipe; eels Hawaii consists"of nine' inhabited 'A'bSioO: \\D -- -- .56 12 1&f .; 1-i19--Serious race rioting in S
wail. It is 20 miles around and were Crowned: wine and then and seVeral uninhabited islands J. Lewis, AD _63 15 19 ..301ADAdants'Dairy. Chicago., U

t 2720 feet deep. stewed. .. ,- 1939-New York radio engineers Rrta:. r
-,,, '....."SR4-SubR4m.'out.. sepd .long dash signals to
.r DEFENDING PUBLIC LINKS' CIIAMP- .WINS 4Tt| UOUND ile i BSS-Bob's Sport Shop.! Mars. ,
VFW-Veterans' of Foreign 1940-Pan American Comerencirt
I Wars.Miscellaneous. ; Havana adopt plan for joint I : J
.. occupation in case any land i in
!i I Records the. Americas. is transferred to :
i i I Most time at bet..Ro1ie *6d, Hitler,1943"American f" planbomb ....
Villareal 67, Casado 66. : Wake Island and
laps on
scored-J. Villareal 1
.. Most runs Kiska.ih the Aleutians.
1 I 130. Aeevedo 33. i944-American invasioh forces
Most hits!-Roberts 31; Viljareal l in Normandy use hundreds

t 1I 27, Casado 26. bf tanks and armored vehiclesfor
ii Most two-base hits-F. Sands. the first time in the invasion. look outside{ New outlook inside!
12, Roberta and Santana; 3 sac b., J945_:American Superfortress New
I i J. Lewis and Downen 5 each Japan listing
es, drop' aflets on
and Most Higgenbotham three-base hits 2 each-Roberts. Her I the- nextIl Jap cities scheduled DREAMLItf NEW' STUDEBAKER

t nandez 2. to be ..destroyed. >}
i Most home runs4. Villareal, The Hawaiian islands are of TOOK, how those sweeping'panels of gleam- Z .y v.

4 I Roberts Most stolen and Mira basss 3 -each.-Al. Ace' volcanic: <;::origin. 'JL iog glass,turve clear aroun'd this unique[

vedo tana 9 and, C.Baker Valdc 9,earn Barber, J.,Lax B u -, Arias -- -, -_. _.- 1 1 _.50(1 m( new(s the,Sighs"stnimed new.Stixkbaker Star-
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light Coupe -
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a-epe1 lS"eil -- --- This dream cir It available either as a Champion
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..Most. .Yw s Ut --t. :=- vabtteal.--'; '_ -0 2 .001: or*Commander- .modeL,
-1.F..-Sanda1tw.t ..... # It's just one headliner ib a star studded -
Walker-.... 0 3 .("DOerttOMta )(I -
Most "ti ( p --. showing of rerolatiooart new Studebakersa
,. .. ..Yc I 20. AL Acevedo Mid Walt 19i t>1 t -. '.;o-i ttidil. b Champion aDd Commander sedans coupes, f' tg9 x .
i each. J. Villareal 18, Castro and ABM BRAND corrtz: coaverriVUs-t sbfccUl: l,btta-Jobg..heelJaH .
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DEFENDING CHAMPION .WILFRED CROSSLEY (right) finks a short putt on the 14th hole to Hancock ilvOr t..D00 1130 Duvol Street : Telephone 169

take his fourth round match by score of1a to'4 ta the National Pnblie Links Golf Tournamentat Roberts ,- 10 43 .JBOSHarrti i '

AUanta. Ga. Crossley. insurance exec Uft from Brooklyn N.- Y. formerly cl Atlanta d- .-.c-., .50I A& Grocer STITBEBAKER. __BY {FAR' WITH A POSTWAR CAUI

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.- ........... ..: u.u u w There are now two -carloads ol
A FOOLBy the 200,000 meat dealer'la fat paid homemakers IB, mien Assembly 'of',God ?:4S_'a.m.- Youth wwAAA cement rolling toward Key West:
I this country goes a treat share of points and cah. and also have meeting !6:30 p. It was sent here on payment by
BILL LEE ." the credit for taken 'Jt upon themselves to remind Georgia and Pelrbriia streets; m. Song Service 7:10 p.m. certified check. It should be here.

I wuu Iuu1nuhImnwplwa1111wUit11wlltppfplrThe I keeping current cuitomer to tare wd,fat Sunday Services li t ,a.m.*' and Methodist" Ley Memorial .I within I ten days.

fat al- and 1 bring them Into the atore.y&&ecol1ecUons '7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.. j.! bivision: and Georgia street I'j i "We feel that someone is ere*

ready before County September Beach will 1, not it was be I ',' .' The effectlreneu of this per Youth Services; 630: p-m.', i iI I Sunday services 10:50 a.m. and del'aling to an artificial scarcity in oN
r iI virtually on a anal touch can never be ever Baptist :30 p.m.' Sunday justify a still further in-
reported today. But it should be par with war j 8.45 a. crease in the price r cement '
uteri the American Fat Salvage I t
in shape for public use on Labor yean, and the Committee explain -..It Is pro*. Eaton and Bahama. streets. m, Youth Meeting 6:30: pjn. !, *. F. Vanlandingham local

Day. year during ,Sunday services 10:30: and .. Presbyterietn manager of the
""+ 1 ably the biggest single factor today ;; a.rn. Lindsley Lumber -
Construction of the breakwall j which ration. )8 i White and Washington streets. Company, said
keeping homenuiers e&the: Job p.nv Sunday School 9:43:;4&.m,' yesterday
is going forward rapidly. The point. were paid for -used Bookstlssving faL'"J: >". B. T. U. 7 p. re: r.t 'Sunday services a. m. Fellowship that his firm had cut his supply
steel is all laid and the walks lag fat*: the American Fat S..- CatholicSt hour 7:30 p.m. of cement from 1.200 to
atop the wall _'Eeporta from our fl ldstjr.D I j|I A. M. E. Bethel bags a week
are now being Committee
vase potato out rUnenToi Mary's Star.of the Sea., Division {I to 125 bags about
structed. Later the sand will be housewives hare p AgfTculturfCotTfttyAgents StiENtra4ld"W1hdsth1 tt .Division, and Thomas stream 10 per cent of the normal
received both aJufehafn..tori--exmU"--- ; } ne'Masses consumption
laid for distance out from t 'Sunday Services- and here.
some 7p.m.
a cub and point bonus for their, clearly show that .meat dealers Sunday 7 a. nu 8:30 a. "
chore. Sunday'School 8:30 Florida
kitchen ulTage. Renderers In : : a.m. is faced with
are rru, 10 .. a
hare taken over the responsibility rrrConfessiepYSatusday -
It ; A. M. E. Zion shortage of "
was stated by an inspectorat the buslneM' of : cement, said Vandingham.
picking up uaed 4-6' pjn. 1 I -
of .7-8 'I',
homemakers m.
keeping pepped up 1 I
the job at the beach that the cooking fat and processing It But bout fat salvage.I ,, Chztsttan.ScieftCL.SocieSl' I Sunday services ,11 ajn, and 7p.m .
spot will make one of the finest the meat dealer who links the ""American I, 327 Elizabeth 'stie L : Sunday. School 8:30 a.m. i
fishing grounds>> around Key t, f II I homemaker -and Tenderer. gets : Sunday' Baptist Primitive 22 million People have
4ealeu'Uttle Service
a 8'
m: Wednesday
Wes in about two years lie laic reward-either monetary or hare handled p. m. V*; Sunday services 11 ajn. and It seen asshington DC- from observaaqt
there are now plenty of grunts honorll"7for pjn. platform of the
71T.m,7; Church of' Christ I I
and barracuda back of the pier hU effort. "* Methodic Newman Washingt, lonument.
9 pounds of used Ashby ,and ;Von Phister street I I I
"One of the workman caugha Meat dealers Division and Whitehead Sts.
cooking fat lathe Sunday services 11'a.. 'and
grunt today." said the impectoi hare taken in ,m.. Sunday .services 11' a. m. and 7pan. The eel is fete of the favorite
last fire 7:45
: p.m. Sunday School 10 ,
a.m. kinds of edits
yc-.terday. "Then he used th: I' M over their years and 10 Youth Meeting 7:15: 'p. ni: Sunday School,930::; p.m. Western Europe.fish eaten in

grunt as hait'for one of the bar counters more months' and |! Church ,of God {,,. Methodist Wesleyan
racuda. He caught the larger than 700 million I Petronia street. Sunday services' '
are truly the heroes of .
unsung !1.909: 'Angela street, "Surida? '
fish all but the line brokeI IIi i: : and 7 p. Sunday
right pound of the whole fat 'a Jyqe operation! Services 11 a.,.m. Youth "meeting.. m 11." 11 STOP IT HfNG(
saw 'several hundreds of fish used cooking the statement concludes. Friday 7:30 p\ml <.' School' ;33O; p.m. '

bark of th3: pier. .i r : -I f j i ... ; JS1. Peter's Episcopal DISCOMFORT rON""r"
Community .
s... .
"Fish Will always go where ; Sunday i Service 8 am and _
Kajor the soothing and
---- ,. Poinciana; Community'Poinciana ) ..-Iff 1L/ comN-
there is food. Picnic parties that sVP) Wirephoto. -- --:- .Place ,,,73C: p. m. Church -.schoo", 3:30 fig mcdicaUen of Gray* Chiv%
--------..-.----- Sunday Service' meat white pleasant antiseptic
come ficially tothe opened beach will after dump it plentyof is of FOREMAN W.. H. BARNETf on ladder cuts electric wires Swiss NavyHelps 9:45: sum.; Sunday.School.' 19:301: p'n. a aid in getting' nd ot imtauon.GRAY'S .

fish food into the ocean. The which killed Lineman Dan, E. Crick 32. as he repaired storm TIlE'ETERANS am. ." : I I'Tbd' -;:Santa"Fe', TraiL -when it OINTMENt \\
fish will come in to get it. Then damage in Nashville, Teno. Saturday Crick's body still' hangs i CldlhcNude: 1 527 ''William"' street' Sunday.. I'was knownas' the "Mexican:

you arc." from the pole. It stayed there 20 minutes before it ,could be, CORNER I ,Services: C5Cl'a.iaC: and" 7:30: "p." Trace**, led' from the'woodlandsof '

removed. .........__... .. ,'m. Sunday? School! ,9-.17 a.m '-Mj" u\ over thc 'prairies, go the FASTEST
deserts mountains way
I to
Bill } anen walked into the ., ,... -- "'Statue t[;;Youth. Meeting 6:30: r' .8:45 p.m. I plain ,
QUESTIONS I the"capital :Jof New Mexico.pl .
real Dilate office of Al Mills r AND ANSWERS L- ,
trifle late one morning recently ON VETS' TRAINING I f BRUSSELS .:.- (/!>. Brussels*.?)f St;:i'PiuS. ,Iuval'ahd: Eaton' minutes 10MIAMI

"What's the matter. Bill." WIT : Veterans in training inquire II most famous statue, a pride little i Streets; '::SundayServices.. I

you sleeping late today Mill often about training benefits.; toy on a lountairr has just :acI :8.15,11; |, :m.%' nd',1:30 p.ni- W

asked smilingly. % Authoritative answers to these quired a new uniform-that of a ..daysiT) &: nv:(except T:30'j

"No. just brushing off my Army and other questions) often raised sailor in the Swiss "navy."' It' 'at 9.'a. >>L.) '8-.30.a' :.. hi: and I $715 s4 -
Uniform." was Warren's response. by veterans are obtained from was presented by a,Swiss associ-- ]p. m.?* : -- e.a
Hn Jind bei-n thinking about thr 'the Veterans Administration and ation. The Mannikin, as he''is. Jewish I 1. ILY agwlN eses.4

Russian situation. published in this "column1 by 'The tailed in Brussels ,alre dy' hasBntISh Temple :BNai, Zion Siiuonton ALL VITAMINS 81 cities in 11 state

Mills did not answer Wan-en. Citizen as a service to our vet American; French and ;and 'Southard fJe; ts. Friday 8 CALL 1084or
but turned to us and remaiked' erans. many other uniforms and he "p. m. Saturday; 7-'*a.'m: Sunday 1..we w k eeee.cW w bseiu tssetneie.

"You can't phase that young Q. I am going to be trained sports a different one for each ;School ,.11a..;.ni : ., piss liver sad iroa.rr. "011.1. Agra

fellow." under Public Law 16 and would nation's fete day.COUIN I ."* '.Methoclistr",Fist 13.59

like to know if I can borrow t -- j; Eaton: :and, Simdhtoh streeti: 2/s s$7.95cARDNER'S

Curtis Duque de FStrada: 42 money from Veterans Adminl>- RELIEVED Sunday. Cervices -lft$0-a.m.: and

former Cuban revolutionary fig .x tration in case of need when I (Continued From rage One) ,f-i.7:JO p,;m- Sunday'&hool 8:45 a. I
w'e. who was found dead in hif enter training? of Nantucket, Maz, has a:dislin- J m. Youth_ mef tinj -&45 p.m. ; PHARMACY
boat at Porter Dock last Wednesday A. Yes. Loans from a revol- gushed naval record which' par.t, M.lhodilt.'J.'Ieming-:' '1114 Division SL Cor. Varela

would not have killed himself ving fund, provided' by Con- ticularly fits>> him for his ,next' Sunday Service.: 10:50 ,ia. m'and HONE 177 FRiS DELIVERY
and no one here wpuld have 7:30 p/jnV.; .Sunday\ School 1
gress, not exceeding; $100 in any duty. f : .
attempted to kill him. case, may be made to trainees Captain Gouin was graduated t. -

Thi-; was the opinion today of commencing or undertaking vo- from the U. S. Naval Academy. in "

Kogelio Gomez local manager of cational rehabitatiort. the Class of 1924. after which he CpME; inaaeE; "OUR
the Aerovias-Q Airline who had QIs it true that if I securea served on battleships and' cruisers -_ I- FISHERMEN !

known Estrada since 1930. guaranteed loan, VA wilt pay for four years. In "1928'; betook QUAUTY' MEATS .

"Estrada had larcc plans for part of the' loan without cost .to flight training, at Pcnsafcola ',

the future," said Gomez. "He me? and obtained his wings 'in'..thesame ; Groceries-Vegetables' ,, j We Will Buy' ,Your
was getting ready to join with
A. Veterans Administration
THE SEINE RIVER, in Paris seen !through an arch makes year. -W. Csrir '' '
of Cnh ; .
President-elect Socarras : would pay to the lender, for Captain Gouin's first dutyin in j : FISH CRAWFISH ETC.
snap-worthy scene with, composition enhanced by' the frame. -
who into office October .
on '
#goes credit to your account an aviation was on board the USS'' .Adams Dairy; tee Cream
10. He was filled with the idcr amount equal to per of Call 569 and We
tour cent Lexington as, a m robe, 'of''her- Will Pick-Up. Your Caleb
and was making ready to go to By IRVING DESFOK: the guaranteed portion ol.; the. i air squadron where he* seined. :r CHECK': ON OUR' PRICES, I .OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY
Cuba. AP Nevesfeaturps Photo Art Director loan. For example, lr'the guaranteed \ from 1928 to.1932. From .1932! \"" g:9"JtE.t9: : : BUyr .

was Tin an convinced accident, Estrada'deaU pure and simple. THE Americans are shooting again in earnest in foreign, coun- should be portion 2000.of the your:lender:,;jpan to Pensacola.1934; he after:-was ,which an instructor he !Jane: and Shine, No..2 TROPICAL. FREEZE PLANT

much to live for Snap-shooting- that is, in the good old tourist fashionor aJj 301 GRINNELL STREET r
He had too would receive .$80 from VA' to on board; the USS Ranger as 629-iCaton. ; St,' Phone 1342 at the Corner of Carolina
to think of taking his own life which our travelers have always been noted. The ocean credit to your debt and you director officer until 1935.a

And he had no local enemies. Hrwas iners and the available;cruise ships are jam packed. One big would not have to pay this He was then transferred: to ,----" --'B"-" -.. -- --
an even-tempsred: man and :ittraction, of course, is the 'Olympics in London starling July amount. Flight Squadron ONE on board > ri .

was generally well liked by '0: The camera being the universal travel equipment that it is, QCan I, a veteran of World the USS Langley and' Saratoga '

everyone who met him,here. a few reminders may still, be*Jr War II, get a guaranteed loan to "rorn 1935' until \937 The ,years
in order. go into any type of business. I 1937 and 1940 found: CaptainGouin
The Key West' Naval Station if The No. 1 advice is: Take seals of the packages is-a'aim- want : at the Bureau of' Aero--
mentioned at length in an ar- ple war' to show that the films AYes.. are perniitted to t1J
your oWn film enough, for ,all you nautics in the Flight :Test Sec-! 4
ticle. "Russia's: Winning the Bat- your personal needs during the are only'for sightseeing needs. get a guaranteed loan for any !ion after which he served on
tle of the Subs." by W. J. Holt To for- 'indem + J
nt of
trip as ,well as your stay. The prepare any type legitimate business. on Soard the USS Enterprise" in
Jr. in the current issue of the film supply abroad is none toot weather,:especially, in England a which the lender is willing to Bombing Squadron SIX from

Saturday Evening Post. plentiful and can't be' depended -' good part of the supply should be lend you money provided your 1940 to 1941. '

The article says. in part: upon. Where the film is obviously the faster"films ,that let you shoot ability and experience as well as In 1941 to 1942 he served one .
"The results of the Navy for personal tourist'"use under poorer light conditions.And the conditions under which you year each as air officer on the

hieh-pressure thinking become there is no trouble; with the try toi get all your- reserve propose to onerate your businessare tamed 1'SS Hornet and Saratoga aM
visible at the Naval Submarin supply in tropial. "so such that there is
custom men. England'has on ; -packing a reasona- after which he again went to
Base in Key West. Aircraft, surface its statute books a heavy Import that extreme weather changeswill ble likelihood you will be successful Washington for duty'as 'director -
ships and 'submarines are en be less of factor. Also the total cost must
a ,
duty and tax on film coming ->f tests in the Naval Air.Station. Jc72YC
Eaeed in an endless game of into the country but in actual It's best to wait till you return not exceed the reasonable valueof Patuxent Md. In 1944 Captain :

hide-and-seek around this semitropical ,- practice'U is not invoked home before processing the film. the business. Gouin commissioned: the USS "
isle on the ede of th except where an oversupply Especially for travellers on the Q. I am in training!: under the Admiralty Islands as her com- /

4000-foot depths of the Gulf makes it look like resale of go foreign facilities for devel- G. I. Bill and am writing a thesis manding officer and served in .

Stream. Here are located our film, is. intended. Breaking the oping and printing may 'not be for my Ph. D. Will the Government 'hat capacity from 1944 to 1946. gange

latest submarines and antisuH- too dependable. Of toUt-se. there'sa pay the cost of publishingthis From 1945 to 1946 Captain Gouin ,
marine devices: -some right out good argument to be. made-for thesis?
rine, it dipped beneath every was on the staff of Commander
of Buck Rogers and others as the first efforts to 'be processed A. No.Vderans. and
wave passing over the boat and ; I \ir Forces. Pacific Fleet
simple and forceful as a sillc- each' time a valve, snapped ,shut immediately as a spot checkf on from 1946 to 1947 was a studentat -
lagh. Our best submarine skippers before water could enter' the*; exposures. Bu the.bulk should go ( wishing information the National ''War 'College, in I ,1 r1'/'i/i j "It's new In design, new In convenience, features

skilled in evading Japanese tube When the valve closed; along:: with you. Then you.,..knDwyou'll I about veterans' benefits may Washington. D. C. In '1947, :.t. :::. '" ,'. new In automatic! operation. Here Is truly Carefree
attacks go through daily exercises of have them dhd"'that' have their questions answeredby cahr to 'West
the Diesels sucked air out the they Gouin Key as
with planes and surface writing the nearest VA of 3 at Its belt.: And of manufacture that
submarine at an alarming rate. will be developed under condi- manding officer .of Night\ : Cooking quality
ships. Some of the officers are air into tions with which familjiar. fice.) : capt.1 ,'/I't t"" -
When it opened, rushed you are or-site SquadrbifrWp will last for rears and yoars"-
others, like
Annapolis :
the vessel again. i stationed af Boca Chica
I j The U. S. forest\ Service -
Comdr. Roderick MacLean. arerrservjsts I estimates
*'It ain't so. bad when you're;, Don't forget full vacation picture Capt.Goiain leaves hit/
who have transferred that 'three-gtiarters ol tvlgARF --
awake a ton>edoman commented coverage starts with your command cecuii i in 'the ,
and whose the timber in Alaskan coastal
to regular Navy, rubbing his cars. 'It's when "Good-Byes' at home and ends of the officers and men who serv-j
earned forests is within two and one- 'IJI1WKNs1
wartime records '1i
them here. you're asleep that it gets you: when you return. The trip itself, half miles of tidewater.An ed under him and he has established : .
a place "MacLean was looking back at whether by train auto hitch an enviable record for
"MacLean who commands the the snorkel through periscope.It hiking needs himself here. Capt. Gouin wears ,
a or ocean luxury re- oaelJ bs sgeiJ eaeIILs Ilidb J--- '
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U.S.S. is short, sandy- Bronze A
Corporal a seemed no bigger than pood- cording in informal natural the Legion of Merit and 9
haired officer who speaks with aNew sized watermelon. It left a' poses. Signposts along the route literature began around 1230 Star medals for war rvice.
Sicilian at Cttt.fiUfte On* Cbd C rJjrfbtkfffc -
when poets gathered *
England t'vang. He made
Ellis' last
bubbling wake but the wind was are good record shots at depots Commander duty was
nearly a dozen war patrols in the the court of Emperor FrederickIII. commander of Navy
kicking up whitecar that blended docks or domiciles with some- as deputy
Pacific and took some heavy with its traiL He swung the one looking at, or pointing to Included among them were Air Bases 12th Naval District I tiesftl..Ier Iltsrteirer p.ler 1-
poundings from Jap depth periscope around. them. i'Dante Petrarch and Boccacio where he served from 1947 to-

charges **'Here he comes; he said. A I j{I Your own personal viewpoint j Air can be made to glow if 1948. During the "war, Comd.commander e s ei Jefi trM bf..ire
These new boats are a lottougher Ellis served as-Air Group .
plane had suddenly appeared out of foreign scenes or in- it is reduced to low :
very pressure =
to stop.' : he sav-j. 'We've of the clouds and was winging teresting places should reveal I 5. and if high-voltage electrical of 'two air groups wp* r -
txenorki: with the surfa ': a executive officer of the USS Intrepid sve.
toward the submarine. 'Nope.: he the locale in a distinguishable ;!] discharge is passed thru
people for some time now. andthf'y're added a minute later. 'Missed manner by' local trademarks f j 1 .. when the warended.- .
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finding the snorkel Comdr. Ellis )N'Uawa, -ded the Atlli4 Thnti -
n us' The aircraft had veered off For instance a close up of your | ;!

damned, small tasget and was moving out ofsight: wife .or ', yourself. leaning minders practical for the bulk of i Navy Cross,.Distinguished tlinCrossand ; i .

'"As he spoke, the Corporal .*'That' nork?l is quite, a' gad- against 9 tree trunk would I us plain ordinary vacationers, .air:,, medals'during His' ..' i.

similar to the Dogfish in con Ret he said. 'The Germans op-; 'never' cay by itself thaf..U was just substitute "ferry boat" for'ocean war service. \. .t. <4< ,

struction. was dipping sharplv info prated on it for as long as seventy taken In Hyde Park. England i' liner" and it'll'do for ..Palestine 'has."about: t W; same .... ", .
the choppy wells of Key days without surfacing. They or the Boise de Boulogne in : *
West's ship channel She was could have gone halfway around France. But have a bobby or'a |you you'an.tYoU. .... v rea.
headed seaward for her day's exercises. the world.' gendarme in''the picture in the -' ..- !, ,- -It 1f Ie6fRp fM sfisdJN

The four people top id" "A cook overheard, hw l'apAin.! .background and it places:it im-. e : \ ,. ... '. t.. I '. ...'; .. .

crowded the narrow bridee that When' he pot back to the galley, mediately. 'John'M. KeiseiV M. D. Lens**. I '<

was more like the cockpit of ar he turned to hipmate.. 'Sev And in taking pictures of .Examined... Duplicated "
airplane than part of 'subma enty days on snorkel!* he mut- buildings. don't tilt the camera '. 11 '.' ...'. : iIIiii
sine t tered. Td like to know what the. upwards to Bet it all-in..You may Glasses 1114-. DIVISION STREET Pr ptio'nV i ;' ; .

"As the buildings of Kev West hell we're going to do with seventy have to move further back till Fitted (Next to Gardner's Pharmacy) *&** '1

dropped astern the pastel-green .. days. garbage.: you get its all in"" the viewfinder -e

water changed to deco blue. "An old chief at one of the while the 'camera is, held leveL Seventy Percent of the People Who Need Glosses
'Clear the bride.: said MacLean. mess tables looked up. Well eat ;Framing picture is always in
Wear Them DO
Within seconds the Corporal was it,'- he said. 'Just like we're doing style. Look for archways leavesat NOT NEGLECT

sliding smoothly along at periscope -I now.' But he was smiling. the top columns'at the sides your Eyes They May Need Attention Martin.z '

death. Slowly the snorkel ; Submarine food is frequently the and the composition seems, to OFFICE HOURS: tOO JLM. t. 12(00 N._- 2:00 to fcOO P.M. .efigerQlion CO.
rose until it reached the surface. I reason for a manVf choosing that improve automatically. .
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