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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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,, Key West. Florida. has the '.. '-'.., "> :' :; .: Associated Press"Day Wire ,

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VOL. LXIX. No. 179. KEY WEST FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1948!) PRICE FIVE CENTS



Dismiss Charges Job Opening I HOUSE IN SPECIAL SESSION WITH MANY EMPTY SEATS Shot


In Stale Listed. t t Negro Today

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Against: ; ..British Dy Service Here




Seaman At*-.., tHearing. : l: fill Jacksonville Technical the expansion aircraft Naval, needs Air'workers. 'of Station; the,to I y ,3 3 -4 I. After Ent rinDJIJr.g gNorgan's '.



'. -Co .. .compose the: largest number of R
PEACE; jlfstlCK l'onTEnf t I I
-' non-agricultural workers. !listed
..TEUI ; 'WEARY !;I in the State Inventory of Job I I

DROPS CASE% ". ..:_;:!...:.,7"I I[ the Florida ( .R Residence
Openings prepared by -

MR., JWKS. WEST FAIL :;; ; r 1, State Employment Service' .I t' ,rte

i i i Manager Jeff Knight Jr, said) I

TO IDENTIFY 1\lf\l< f IIk: today.In II j

Prate Justice J. Y. Porter. IV,.l I a special job information- j I ,-\'ntol.IAN KEY FIRES

dismissed the trespassing charge J 1 |section qualifications and Stated experience Jaycecs i Told I THREE, SHOTS AT3IAN
requirements
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brought against Edward Oslone 'I ]
I for eleclroplaters aviation, men- ONE OP WHICH
British seaman from HMS Bat- Y YtQ I
tleaxe when John West who I j talsmiths) general aircraft tnechan-1 i' R 11'.0 Parses estI TOOK EFFECT.

shot his companion and l his i wife I [t chanics aircraft motor I -- .
ics radio mehanics, and. aircraft City police early this
both failed to identify him .as : I For FloridaTAMPA. morning
instrument mechanics. Those shot three times at a negro who
one of two men who entered Ir I '
jobs will be under permanent). lrur"' 1 had previously burglarized
their yard July 15.: July 27 (FNS-
civil serve appointment in' line home of Dr. A. M. Morgan;;: too
in the was postponed 'I' Speaking before the Jun.t
Hearing case with the lecently approvedCongressonal : I Tampa .-

until this morning r j by ; .program_ of/expansionof t jior Chamber of Commerce last believed,

Justice Porter to enable Mrs: air power and national de- (#) Wirtpholo' week outstanding spokesmen cffect-

West to come and attempt la fense. for the state's Democratic and
identify the man. She said she I Jobs listed; in the State' Inventory VACANT;'SEATS ARE PLENTIFUL in.The Hous* -f,Representatives; at Washington at the opening 'I Republican parties concurred in According: to a report of the

t are 'those which cannot be cf the special: : session of Congress called by' President Truman. Speaker Joseph, W. Martin affair by Lt. Harry Lee Baker,
was unable to do so, because it the thought that a strong and-active -
filled in the areas of the job"openings presided sitting in high-back chair in front cf American F1 rg. Note man in members ccclion the man was shot by Patrolman
was so dark around her home'the Af W'irepnolo and are placed for interstate two-party system in Florida
(left foreground) with feet oa back of scat. I Harold Key at Reynolds and
night two men enteretJ' her I ANDRE MARIE' (above), invited : clearance with the Flor- . .. would be a fine thing for the Washington ,slreels. The
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Service. '-'
ida State Employment
yard. by President Vincent I state and make for greater progress I
further in- the third shot stumbled and
wishing
West told Porter under direct Auriol of France to form new Any person I and prosperity.
weu" <' formation about these or any of REPUBLICANS STALL TRYING fell to the ground but later got
examination that he could not! goverementi; a hand the other availablejob J The speakers were former
numerous
and and the officers did
ran
to tired head after the arduous up
a -
identify the young seaman j openings throughout the ;Governor Doyle E. Carlton a
West said he did not know lie task 'of forming a cabinet state should contact the Key delegate 10 the Democratic national not see him again.
when Premier Schuman fail West office of tbJ.o1orida State TO KILL BILLS ADVOCATED Lt. Baket reports at 2:30 ajn.
had fired at British seamen. 'j 1 convention and Alexander -
d'in' obtaining a rote of con- he and Patrolman
Employment Servce at 314 Si- Key were pa-
Entering the courtroom flanked | Akerman Jr., Orlando
fidence. a.ttor-I
s .I ... monton street .immediately. trolling along Von Phister street
by his commanding' officer' -- ------- --' -- BY PRESIDENT TRUMAN ney and leader among Republicans ,.with the light off in their automobile -

and. two attorneys Oslone nadc in the state. j
; Weather .. and suddenly they saw a
a fine appearance. W. Curry.Harris Yearly 4 Report Urging reforms in political I

assistant state attorney .and. (loose }Not In Se-..,ion.. AmlJ f convention procedure and party 1 small light alongside the road.
I "I put on my lights an da nero
Allan B .Cleare, Jr., county! solicitor -*': West To Have .I policy and principle Carlton declared -
: : Shows Key Senate I PosljMMics' Conirnuij Disorders In Russian ; jumped up and ran into thebushes
said they represented the 1, that a bi-partisan state i alongside: the street,"
state in the hearing. -" :. Till2 O'Clock'' would brine better i qualified I said Lt. Baker later today. 'I
West, the only witness called; Most\ ] Climate ; : > ,
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Tquitabc( into
men before the public. drove tny car the bushes as
said; that hU wife awakened him ; This! Afternoon ; Zone Of 'Berlin l Caused Akerman maintained that as i I far as I could but by that timeI
at 2 July 13 and told him
a.m.
I long are 'able to had lost, bight of the man.
Keys West Weather Bureau issued April. 32786. The percent of f as newspapers
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>(two men were in.the, yard IB.Ani+.ial.N r. "
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I possible sunshine was 69. I print the phrase 'Den1ocratiet th Patrolman Key,
T "When I got 'my. pistol,. my a fepprt today of weather Average velocity of the find WASHINGTON July 20. _[ t nomination is equivalent to election searched the wlrole block but
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{ wife called out to the men''Whatare t" conditions in Key West during foe (the .year was 8.9.miles. an The House; of Representatives is + By Changing( Of Money 1 ," Florida, will never reach l could 'not find him I came back

you doing; Get'/oufof ft' : 1his1yard' r'4'1"nu'i'e rrsKbws that Key hour and the highest wind tvas not in session to'.laYand, the Senate r its potential political.strength. to the car and right alongside' of

West testified. LWet.does not have extremes in 54 miles which came from the ff. till 2 Evidence that the public is I it J. found, a !ladieiandbag., a
rJ: called) them lo hHt.,I $lwc.Ito \-* u.orthwest-alit'Not: put, -.c convening .- 1.WOMC&RESUJKTr'TO; .USINOFIRE.HOSE ; gradually lo this fact'I srria'rtpoifc: tb0o .'* air ofmcn's
them three 'tour time s.-Oiie",'tsmpraturf6-: I :,! jntGany \ rtUtefJTZa;That o'clock this afternoon because of "' r. Awakening: < s i t>
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oe side'.of.mycar 'rules, and,that the climate'htrc was the storm that came up'suddenly a conference held by' Republican:: }t. t is shown in the strong race for shorts; an' undershrt and a email

man and was the on other the right on the Jeft The., is :comparable with the 'and sank a :good many senatQflsMo deckle on'-*the'st[ t-i Form t KeysAt Club I { IN ATTEMPTS congress run at the last election flab light. The light belongedto
<< the window" most_equitable: fn the world. boats in the harbor and in' the cgy'to.adopt in dealing with the by M. J. Moss, of Orlando. who the negro.
car was parked near j l'I I The-tnean'snaximum: 'tempera- Garrison Bight Limbs' were recommendations contained in ; C: TO I IIOLU)I carried Orange county against "I found that all these things
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of my home. my'pillow and lure .for"the' *year"was >&3.2, with broken from some trees and a the '"President's message yesierday. s amoral a; Joe Hendricks but lost out in the belonged' to Dr. Morgan. I got
"I knelt up r n "at what rthe I .higl1 temperature! c of 91, few trees were blown down. The i GERMANS IN CHECKBERLIN. overall district Vote. Dr., Morgan-1 out of bed. He said

fired thought through was the their screen feet as' they jI j I I I whkh"occurrad on four days, prevailing;:: direction: of wind for Whenthe, conference-wfis 5-{ concluded Mills President II'IT'' A-I._,.. .rr.... that aU of the things found be-
thVJo\vest' the from the east. I longed to him.-We. went back to
and 53 February year was ,
met each other at the rear'of my on some senators'm de no July 2S.Disorders I Case I
11.1-f The ,.mean minimum for the Rainfall totaled 53.01 inches effort to the Henning where I had found the items and
and II screen object they '
car. One stumbled' j The Keys Club has been formed prevailed today in .the Russianzone
found that Dr. Morgan's: pocket-
ryear''was73.1.. ,and the mean with the greatest rainfall in have in view to forestaU'action !
thought West then I had told hit of him.running -out
of the house and shouting to,the 1 ld i 'Hugpbets4of'hours: -of,sunshine The greatest precipitation for 24 President ,.Islamor da on Upper Malccumbc of Germans battled to get to exchange dollar bill his .wife had in her

they fled down'; Eaton -i ji v the' year totaled 3.057; hours was on July 3-4. when it According' to the Republican Key near Islamorada: Albert J. 'windows in banks to con- I Circuit court tomorrow will be- pocketbook were missing.
two men as :
street I'with:"thelaree! \ daily, number. in_,measured 6.10, inches. maneuver ,it is intended to have Mills local realtor who :recently vert their money into that issued I gin hearing the action brought by Patrolman"While we Key'walked were in the down house to
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"I.fired a second'shot about 25 the Civil Rights up n purchased the property announced by the Russah military govern- Fred Henning in behalf of, his Washington street. lIe saw the
feet ahead of themwhen" they : the senate for first consideration.. .. Son. Henning for $25,000'against :
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t I Teddy
Kiiy-Site{ ; At Virginia the'bill today. # ment. negro about 150 feet up the
di In placing at the top of j
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would not halt. They 0'l : Karl Thompson of theiCocafoIa
:into the calendar the Republicans There: will be no profits taken 1 I The Russians set tomght.as, street. He fired three shots at
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ed me. I went back ane-1 'avA1" .* ? : i Bottling Company of. him. Key,thinks that he hit him
house and called the, police. .;:li. .. reasoned that it will cause so from the new organization, Mills the-deadline to exchange money', Key West. with the third shot because the
The police later found a sec- Simonton For Trailers' much dissatisfaction among Southern said. The primary object will be and after: that time, it was said i Judge Raga Williams of Miami went tq the ground, but
hit 1 Democrats that they may the Germans will not be negro
British had been money inh ab-
ond seaman to promote and develop fishing ( will sit in the case ; the into the bushes and
ran
I man
of West's shots. He is resort to a flibuster. Whether or exchangeable' and will become
Aauilino Lopez
by one along Florida t fence of Judge him again.
keys and to develop we never saw
not there is the discussion worthless.
a filibuster -
seemingly
in Naval Hospital TWO
now MEN\ PLAN CON".1ISTItUCfIN Jr. Sixty prospective jurors into Dr. Morgan' -
"The got
of the bill by senators recreational facilities: t Police .fought the crowds to negro
on the road to recovery.J. have been drawn for jury duty. side win-
Lancelot Lester one of the ( OF ;\IOSTI I buildings are to be sold the pur- from the South is expected to bi The highest indebtedness the try to keep them in line, -while I Henning alleges his son was "home through a
defense attorneys on cross ex- chaser of the land said., so long-drawn-out the bill will club may have at any one time is they waited to make the exchanges cut when a Coca-Cola bottle ex- dow.
brought out from extends not be ready for a vote in two $10,000 according to articles of but police efforts prov- I face.
amination MODERN PARK IN Property from the ploded in the boy's
West that he had fired at the Gulfstream weeks by the end of whch tmeit incorporation filed in Circuit ed to be unavailing. Son Born And
were leavingthe 'I Trailer Park at the is the intention of Republican Court here. It may however Conditions became so bad that '
they SOUTlf'
two men as
FLORIDA of Simonton
I corner and Division
premises; senate leaders to move for ad hold as much as $100,000 in real water from fire hose was playedon Harmonica i Case
streets a distance of 186 feet to I Drowns
Son
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would not I journment.But estate. the milling..crowds.It
"I fired when they Construction of one of the 1 ithe, grounds of the Convent of
halt" said West. "I did not most.modern--iraiier t parks in j| Mary Immaculate. many Republican senators ,,' President and treasurer of the was charged in the westernzone Settled
know what they had done or South Florida,is the plan for the' would do." properly purchased recently atSimonton "This is a fine site for a trail- the President's advocacy of Warren. Jr.. vice president\ and sians had not given the Germans i McDonald returned to his

: and Virginia streets !i,1 erpark and we plan to make it I= a measure to stop inflation. They 1 Miss Opchlia T. Lester1 as *;ecrelary. sufficient time lo make the ex- I County Judge Raymond: R. horn from the hospital with hi::
J of the finest in this fear, because of nationwide : The board of directors.,, and that the Russians
for 23000. I[ one sectionof complaints |i changes Lord ruled in favor of the wife and their week-oJdon.:
Sound 'Sleepers : Earl F. Codding of Key W stand the state, said Codding today. about the high cost of will consist besides the officers had delocratsly! the deadline jtiff t in the action brought Plain-I[Joseph 23 .months old had toddled

Luarenza Levesque of I I "We will be able to accommo- living that if some check is not. of E. A. Ambler.' Jr., J. D. Met tonight so that thousands of i M. Holmberg against Rose Kis 300 feet from the house iod

Ixse) $15000.00; Brighton Massachusetts purchasers -I'[ date many trailers just how .Continued: On Page Eight) :;1 Andrews and. C Johnson.. (Continued On. Page. Eight) I sel of the Collins Supply_ Store, drowned in a ,shallow pool
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CAMDEN ,N. J,-.While Mr.. Cato Real) Estate and Improve- yet. U. S. JET PLANES ARRIVE SAFELY IN GERMANY in the purchase of a harmonica
ment Company, said today that last December.
and Mrs. Nathan Ostrov slept landscaping of the land and construction Judge Lord held that the har- MARALOYMulfltrs.
robbers, broke into their
soundly of' a utility building is monica purchased' by Holmberg
store below them' and NAILS Tail sad Exhaust Pipei
grocery About
already under way.. I was not up to standard- a
230-pound safe for All Can
lugged away a court hd har-
Removal of five one-story month ago the a
containing. $15.900I frame dwellings: built by ths ST11UNK LUMBER; YARDTELEPHONE monica expert ill to tell the dif- Roy' Key West Auto Part
I IVMISP HcKmake.rs the harmonica 121 ,,DuTal St. Phone 442
late E. II Gale to : ,sis I ference between
SALEM! SALEll formerly employed in Holmberg purchased and anotherone.
FOR TOR
4Dr. his factory has ben ordered. The The expert said that neith-I
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Sedan.Very Clean.Radio JLUyJ -- I ,. .. tI I MIAMI -. KEY WEST
47 Plymouth Club Cp .. 1 OQP i !
POOR OLD CRAIG BARGE LINE Inc
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7.000 Miles.Radio ,1O7JNAYARRO .A
Only 1 .
t IntOrwwite SERVICE STATION Fur Sale i toi kR\ !1.. 3te i I For Sale CLYDE TELEPHONE-MAL AY':1''DOCKS- .

Division 9134Twr
Fiends at Phone ** *
Bw,Station .. I 1946 ROYAL CHRYSLER- i\fxf"f Leaee
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rVRK OIL -I *37 { ( Barge
Piymoulh Coupe 4-Door- .
Great Spray or I 8199500
"Mi,1. 'Sa/:lthti
LET ,US Change Your Oil '47 Slm1..hRL.t'r.c.DoorCHAMPION Very Clean .1" .
i 1942 PLYMOUTH CLUB
Palace$ o tcr' COUPE
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Joe E. Brown and'.JunaJHatoc in 2-Door-CHAMPION I tiful i';
Have Your Caw.Dressed
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"Casanova In 'Burlesque Mother Goose Up to Date 49 Studebaker i jjj : % mU.1-:: SlnliOORadio (

News arid Short, *,. Th. Modern Mar had no lamb l-Ton TRUCK 3 s ,. .. U I'

(CWt sever sell it here)- 49 SltulelMikrrV 1941 HUDSON cO fVE1t- Painting $44.95 up-All Cars

..... Shi had Juicy sizzling Steak. TRUCK rIBLE8CU100
.AlIU JUI1IIIIIIIIHId1 HAtU """ _..u.-: -- .. . : U BODY and FENDER
tout FENDERS And a CaB of ice cold Beer! r-- .s '. .. -w., -i"t ;;.1tJ Bargain
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\f pray. aid CHASSIS-' I Twins Garage 1941 CORD CONVERTIBLE Work by Tom and SamExperts
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Lou Smith Auto S "lct' WIAVER'S 1 Studebaker Tour Friendly Dealer" oN- OF 1C U. S. JET FIGHTER PLANES. which arrived in Germany Su4day.tom.I.to< a stop in BUT . : ; Monroe Motors Inc.

WhIt. at FUmln PbwM. N4 t t 1130 DUVAL STREET frost cl hangar at Fucntcnfclibruck: airbas The last leg of She flight from the .United States' HAVARR6, Inc ,

Opposite Army Barracks _, ... _JfA.TURALI.YI: I ;" t, PHONE IKS was a lOG.mile hop from Oldham. England. The total elapsed. flying time for the, 5JSO-nvil. tripfrom Opposite. But Station lllfl WUto St. Then 72S
11'I: mmlDMfmlH\f u-, Scliridga Field. Midi, was! 12 hours and_10 minutes.


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9 I. p. ARTXAJ&. Owsver sad F. Uahr President Truman' ;" Civn "Rights decree [:DANCE ON THE DESERT ;: Key West
__ KURMA1 D. ARTMA. BswlMM MaM.ermm ....... ........-........i m : .
__ Corner Green Tb Clttsen and Ann Bulldln Street issued :Monday night, shows he is not ,

_ Only Dally Newspaper In Key West aDd afraid By Florence Theel! I Days
._ Monroe County of the "Dixiecrats.. d' Daytime Summary ;;
largedpart I Selected program .s listed below U N_ ,.,,... AS
With South of it TAKEN
the
:: entered at Key West. Florida as second ela. matter or a jr. hreadta.t at th$same time Monday \
through Friday. Eastern tscaltuns. .1 THE:
? MEHDKR or THE ASSOCIATED! TUBS nominating its own ticket for the pref.iden-I For central subtract Oftl hour; Chapter 26 But -he answered promptly' "Somehow I think maybe Tonys I JULY
The Associated press la exclusively entitled to for mountain subtract two Dour ifite thousand dollars. right. 28.
: for reprodnetlon of all news dispatcher credited it hinted after the Dixiecrats had went ,by and Thirty )
to see It or not otherwise' credited la this paper and cy, was SEVERAL days Twenty thousand cash and a five- Mrs. McLane looked meaning I )8RC1t1161N mu
;;; tlso the local news published here.ADVFRTISIVG held their convention, that Truman probably JULY 26 THROUGH JUlY 30' tM.rnt.a nights. Mr.-Halliday had senta year mortgage. Of course that's fully at her sons. I Sam B. Finder
'Vi postcard- Bert's mother but less than the original cost-" Eddy nodded -I hate to bean t sor-collector who
-=- BlCRIPTIO! RATES would try to placate ihf: m. *' heard from. But Bert knew, t-told-you-so Bert but I had a ,
: tine Tear iis.55Iz t-CO-Honeymoon In N. T.-. nbo Eileen had not been more money. ,hunch from the ** fined to his home
'!A' Months Lum. 1.00 But that view turned.outHo be wrong. Breakfast Club-Abe _. 'I | 'Considerately, the boys refrained ,than they could ever "And dream of I As he spoke. Gloria beginning-drove as a regutt.-f a,
three Months them. we Up
.. :1*-Barnyard FollScs-cb> j mentioning her raising among '
,_ : : e Month, 1." from in her coupe and started into the wn, was back in
,Instead of trying to smooth out his differ- Ozark YaOley o1kmbl' And Charlie Morrison, the haven't even got a lease!
= tle.kly's ) .J5 name. house.
1OOG-Fred Wartnar Sho1*-nfco > day for the' first ', <<
ences with them, he kindled afresh their AuaIoFGI"YOD- .,... I sax player, had;,cleverly steppedinto The boys looked at each other "You don't mean actually ''lire;. ;U
:.. RATES My Story Drama_b I the entertainment gap left by dismally. What trusting took think-?" you ,
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xa Made Known. on Application resentment over the Cmtv"Righfs t program 10.30-Hour of Serial*-. be '.: t her1 ..departure. The lad had a they'd been to do everything on Eddy nodded. ., ,}
'Why
not Her
... SPECIAL KOTtCB! Sine Along-cbs f ? : ttpce'of' ,sorts and was"definitelya.'comedian. faith with no security: renovat- Contracts to 72
in the Democratic here looked
platform. Say,It With>> .alc-m i coming funny to me
'l' All readlnc notices, cards of thanks, resolutions His ad lib line of. ing a burned-out place with their from the Monroe
- rf rW peu obituary' notices, etc, will... His the 11-00-Arthur Godfrey Show<-b. i and Tony's bring- beginning. county
poems decree applies to treatment of patter kept people in stitches. own money- :
Breakfast in Holtywoodabet1:3SBen But
- certainly Gloria deSylvia were mailed ,today
tLarevd: for at the rat. of tests:> a line ingtheorchestra down from Los I
.-. Notice for entertainment by churches from whicht all .men in the nation's armed services in Alexander Show-mb. I :The band,had received} its first : where had looked very far from guilty or of Pubis
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; revenue Is to be derived are 6 cents a line. 11.4 BerUla.1V brs.-cb a Weeks pay and there! was enoughto Angeles, : they sure in any way responsible for the are scheduled
.- The Citizen la an open forum and Invite dlseursirn the same manner, regardless of race or guarantee to Glpria the amount; bookings. impending doom when she came be
-f general Interest of public but Issues It will and not subjects publish of anonymous local or religion, and to the enforcement, of fair -Wetcom*Aftoraoont2M :'TraYe1en-aM I that she had fixed' as salary.'Business They'd done all the work built into the office bright and cool September 12.
.... business.Now sonebody else
health a :
ccmmiiiilfatlofcs: was good. Bert's was up looking as a daffodil in a smart
., ness toward ,all employ in federal government 1230-Word.'1OG-1Iastc Half and Hour Ia.lc-nbe-nbc good-the Palrr Springs doctor saw the possibilities wantedto yellow-and-green outfit. She James Adams, a
services. 2rf. > -tteuMo or otbl.e-Dllo I assured hiiw after x-rays. that had buy it over their Leads. looked from one face to the other house tender ,
Qacen for a Day-mbs lung was clearing up and he "Well, it sounds like Taps f ran anxiously."I his 42.foot
Even, Dixieerats must admire the 2 JO-Serials for Jtt hra. "nb i put .his cane away in the clothes of us." Bert said despondently. just passed Mr. MaDey on hauled! preparatory
his Bride and Croon*-abo closet now. for gjod. He wo\i1dn't. "Of course. I'm honor-bound to the road. He hasn't raised the in the waters of
for )
Resident finn.-stand Civil
on Hanta Block Recwdmb.
MEMBER @ 1948 he.promised himself, worry about pass the proposition on- to the rent or anything has he?" :
Seated-abe
aQO-J..adiea Be Keys.
Rights, even though it may entail a split in S:30-Tk* House Party-cbs anything else. owner the 'real estate man said. "Worse than that! He just toldus
the Solid South it didin 1928 when Second Hoaeytnoon-slop 9 I But he soon had plenty to worry "We're not blaming you Mr. somebody wants to buy the
as O'Malley. Bert said. "You did all place. Eddy shot a searching Charles S.
r quick
: 4-00-Hint Hunt Quls-cbs about; when Mr. O'Malley. I I I
, four states in the South Including Florida, For the Luna Mlko-ab brother-in-law to the owner of you could to help us here." look at Gloria. i L the Porter Dock
4:3O-Winner Take AllcbsTreasury The Hacienda drove up in his ""Well rll'see that you get But there could be. no doubt: yesterday for
broke out of the Democratic? fold for religious Band Sbow-aide I car a few days later. something: back for what you she was genuinely alarmed. conference of
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i IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST reasons. :; ''sit ;. 5:00-KUdlen+Treasury Hour Bandsta.d-cbe(west repeats 1 The heavy-set easy-going real have put into it." He "rose and "Buy it-after you've made ativcs. of the

.: ADVOCATED BY' THE: CITIZEN Religion, ,as well as color figures in B:4 -later Luio)-and abe Abner and mba-cbs east. br'l usual estate man but today was perspiring there was as a patted my wire Bert's off shoulder.to South America.There's 111 send. something like a trick out if you of it ask' It me.sounds" pang Before
Mr Taylor said
.. the President's Civil Rights program. It is peculiar air of urgency about him. just a chance that nothingwill "Sounds that way to us, too"
i of iL" Bert said. He White Springs : !
{ come ..__ was honestly glad
::: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. against discrimination of all kinds assuming NETWORK. PROGRAMS 1 Without bombshelL any hedging, he dropped that Gloria evidently had no connection ;i
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. boys stood looking at each with their misfortune. ': Mrs. Walter MtC
v it affects men or women, who are oth- Eastern Local.Time. For central ."I'had an offer to sell The Hacienda THE "I don't
stunned, defeated, when really get this at all Welter Jr. sailed
x 3. Airports-Land and Sea. subtract one hour for mountainsubtract fromChicago's ,
erwise qualified to serve in the armed I Bert. Some man the real estate "left. she said, wrinkling her foreheadin
r services two hours Some local stations man on the steamship
4. Consolidation of County and interested IL" ,
buying
change hour of relay' to fit in "Somebody must have slipped a a' frown. "Why should anybody,
;; City Governments. or in federal jobs. local schedules. Cast minute pro*.! i "Buy this place"Bert exclaimed jinx on me when I was born," from Chicago suddenly want it'" vana' where they
;; !5. Community Auditorium Key Nesters, as. a rule, have shown gram chairoes cannot be included'WEDNESDAY << 1rl I II aghast."When we've sunk every- Bert said., "Obviously for- the same rea- main for several
; fbLnlt\f'i, i vet r? into. ij3"j : Eddy's eyes narrowed thought- son we do-" Bert began, but: :,
J" eoncern I
.::a __ litHe over the Civil Rights or the ; JULT 2. I It does come rather sudden- fully."I Gloria cut him short. i I i, Mrs. Etna
S States' Rights fight in; the Democratic tI It. out of a clear sky. Of course, if think I smell a rat." he said. "Somehow this thin doesn't been visting her ;
:
A i I boys could take it I'd called and their sound on the leveL I've
you over They Tony got asneakmg ter-in-Iaw. Mr. and
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MONOGRAPH. party. A similar attitude was entertainedhere o fcverfURy-cbs much rather sell to you. mother in and gave them the bad little idea-" She turned Elberlson, left this
:Network Silent Hour-*b east offered?" regret-filled eyes to Bert. "I hope
r in 1928 when Key West gave the "How much are you news. her home
Kiddies hour trepeat) abr- *etNetwOrKBtleall in
To Public Officials, (1 br.XMiEsVast Eddy shot a quick look at O'Mal- Tony exploded with an Italian from the bottom of my heart
Democratic nominee a. large majority that he "I around Bert that I ha\ent caused
Kiddies Hour.repeatnwaw'ebtis : ley as though suspecting oath think somebody you i
:. Key West, Florida, though other sectons of Florida, with all .:15-Sports: *! Tim lic- might be trying to force their here is playing us false behindour any trouble." j' Mr. and Mrs. J.
.
Talks Time-cbs ba ks.II 'after a stay
- : Guest hand. tie b continued)
: To Those Concerned: exception here and there, ''favored the :t 30:";lluslc Time- 'bt7 H41, ,_ ?' ____ ______. ___u_ ____un __ _-__- -_ -__ --_ ._---_ -_- -_--__-_-_ ---- I, weeks, left this
-: Voters rightfully consider the pri- e:45Nedecast! ': by,ThretJLf T)e'i their home
.Republican nominee. Lowell Thomas (repeat if)-eta in
:- vate life of a person holding public of- It seems safe to say that Key West 7-08 The-Supper Lewis Club Show--nbc cbs-baste:, .,. '. 1! Rash Of Law Suits Involve Indians; acres New Mexico.of such land are l located in jamin been visiting Demeritt Mr.,

= fice, and if your private life is: not com- regardless of how the remainder of the News and.Lewis.Commentaryaberniton. : Jr:nabs,, j Still pending in federal courtis Mrs. Hudlow is

= me il faut, it affects your public life, as South may vote next November, will givea 7:IS-News and Comment-.nbc 1, SANTA FE, N. M.-<;P)-Statej a suit brought by Viviano Her- sister.
.. :Dally Commentary taf. I and federal courts in New Mex- I rera, a Zia, against rulers of his
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'.A well, and consequently is detrimental majority vote to the Democratic ticket. >iwsDinner Date-n:bs 10th.Cyquit.Court of Appeals recently -: :
,own pueblo. Asking $3,000 dam-
:T'SOg-A'rRi>l ITr1o,*nti :; to the public interest. Voters have long f Jerry' Wayne Show-cbs of legal actions involving Indi-I refused an injunction ages, Herrera alleges he was and children \
Lone Ranger Drama-abc restrain white rancher from :
- memories. Our advice is to drive slowly and 1' News:: Comment-mbs- I ans. At least two of the suits a banned from the pueblo becauseof returned Sunday {
his cattle lands
grazing on set belief and because }he
religious
,7:45-Kal1..nborn. : Comment-nbo are expected to wind up eventu- derdale where
-: THE ORACLE live longer applies to every driver regard- .. News Sport Broadcast Comment! cbs s ally in the United States Su aside for use by Acoma Indi : declined to take part in ceremonial visiting Mrs.

- ess of how fast they spoot along the high-, .' ':00-National Mtrttrels I preme Court 'I ans. lIe heid tae action constituted t dances. Mr. and Mrs.
. *. Mr ChameletyiT Dra S Involved in the actions are the : an enlargement of -an I
r way. .t Xavler Cugat XLuslt Ix } I I II I.l
Special Agertt-mbs right of' Indians in New Mexicoto ; Indian reservation without an I The Falkland Islands a Bri
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.. NO OATS. NOW 1 1:3O-Jack Pearl 5bow-nbc vote setting aside funds for tish crown colony about 300 editorial paragraph:
r STRANGE SOVIET SUGGESTIONThe ,' Paul nr Christian hitrman Drama Talent-abe cbs Indians use and the power of a I' act of Congress which is forbid- !I miles east of' the Strait of Magellan "'There is
- Once when a delegation of officials ,. High Adventure DramarobsSSSHoly tribe to evict" a member because den by federal law ix\ New Mexico actually is made up of approximately country, only it
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, : Rose Comment-robs of religious beliefs. and Arizona. Some 526,000 100 islands cized irt the United
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- t 9;00-Tex and Jinx nbc I 1't
of his administration began making demands Soviet Government recently one
: pro- L County Fair Quiz cbs ,,4 In action filed recently in'tS4 I --- ------
; : on him about a fiscal matter Abra-- tested to the, United States ,against the'warmongering"article.jp 1 I, Abbott &Heatter CostelloabcGabriel Comment-mbst 1 district court herp. Miguel, .

... ham Lincoln told them: \ ; tie! j elwsweek :IS-News Broadcast-mbs 4 HU'Jb\Jir.!! an sleta Avjng on i
I
- if -tBC! tBguoa t4 ion sks
::3O-Ditrl't Attorney Drama-nbc
I
: "You are very much like a manTn Illinois Magazine which: it asserted'. iiolated a I James :Melton Concert cbs court to st end a s.cti..pfAJii
For House abc
4 Go the -
':IIi: whose cabin was burned down, and United Nations, resolution.* condemming Hampton Show-mbs I NeVr M* d ico' constitution) which) I Something
15:55-Bill "
Henry News-mbs prohibits young by Indians'"not II
r according to the kindly custom of warmongering 1.,; '*, '
> early >aIn 10:00-Thr Big Story Drama-nbo taxed". Attorneys for ''Various
w days in the West, his neighbors all con reply Secretary o{ State GeorgeC a 9! Gordon The Whistler Macltae Drama Tbt'ah.r-abo-cbs Indian groups have for years

= tributed something to start him Marshall pointed out. that the United ,t Opinionaire Jorummbs contended the vote ban in New !
again. li\
\ HO;30-Mu!ic Appointment-nbc Mexico's constitution viola I
is a Who
:.: his had been Staes Government had responsibilityfor r Capitol Cloakroom-cbs
case they so liberal that he no > On Trial Di"Cu..ion-be tion of the federal constitution Something

_ soon found himself better off than before what is published in the American J1-OT-New J California. V Melodiys-fjjbs rWV.t{ hr ,HNews ?>#,f3,-A-1 ftJ j ;iindjthat' Indians here! ".otctuaUy..

:. the fire, and got proud. One day a neig.hbor press because the Constitution guarantees News.o &Dance Dancing Band Hour 2 bra.--abc nibs are;Similar{subject actions to taxation-seeking to I .

-.r brought him a bag of oats, but the fel freedom to the press. He pointed out that -:1h1S-"e. &{{V.'arfety 4t> l*:n'(e 4*": force New Mexico county clerksto

:. low refused it with scorn and said, 'I am this: is not the case in the ,Soviet Union 12-Danclng-Co'Btinued-bc. ,;'w'H-' : register Indians as voterS--'

;: not taking oats now; I take nothing but where the press is controlled .by the gov- i Your HoroscopeWEDNESDAY recent have been months.filed All in state have courts been rejected in-

;; money.' ernment. VAn j by district judges. Most fe 0

: Neatly as this story suited the situa* interesting sidelight to the diplo- =. JULY "28, 1948 observers: believe the Indian vote'
Here is another strong 'to'the
character cases will go U. S. Supreme -
:: tion to which it was applied, it suits just matic exchange is the point made by the with more suhtietyj] than that, court for final disposition -

:. as well as the present situation of our; Russian Government has no responsibilityfor b f yesterday, and given more to

. state in highway finance. what is the magazine violated a scientific methods, capable) "of' Officials of the Bureau of In-
Carrying out difficult researchesto dian affairs already have announced -
: Our highway fund is better off than "United Nations resolution." While such the ultimate end. There: may they will seek a U. S. '

:: at any previous time in our experience resolutions do not have the power of law Develop a vein of cunning and Supreme Court ruling on another "- '
; in the United States it sometimes, cupidity ,a keep sense question. It involves the set L/
; Our is somewhat
, prospects in highway development sur- ntl" ** ,
df rivalry some aloUsy. Ming aside of lands.for use by Indians c.y\
?: have never been so bright. prising to find the Russians, who have These latte"tra 4.$ o14414\gcept in New Mexico outside reservation

:: But there are some people who find shown no hesitation whatever in disagreeing strictly under_ control if prey I boundaries.

:. in this prosperity a source of discontent with the United Nations,. suggesting I..fnt:-tM-'t::.! c'" ?I.. r. --.::-..'---Judge Orrie- -L. Phillips..... --of the.. y:

.. rather than satisfaction. Like the fellow that the free press of a free country should

: .t i-. ere "*b"* -'** -- .
who was "not taking oats", they are not. obey the resolutions passed by the United .

.::: taking millions now. Their minds run l in Nations. Overseas TransportationCompany: I .

:. the direction of scores and hundreds of
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: millions-even billions. They have got One begins to wonder whether some Inc.

= proud, not to say haughty. Americans understand what would have ax

:: The trouble is, like the fellow in Lin- happened if the nation had last the recent Fast, Dependable' Freight and Express Service i il

:.: coin's story, their pride can only be ap- war. -between- -,, ,
-. pealed with other people's money. And, '

=- also like the fellow in Lincoln's story their A PLAGUE OF GRASSHOPPERSFrom MIAMt.and\ I : KEY'WEST :

= aims and attitude do not deserve the l least Also Earring ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS ";

.= sympathy. v Mississippi come news of a Between MiamI and Iter West tr

:; Chances are the neighbor soon de- plague of grasshoppers which threatens y r

tInted the fellow who scorned the pats. A f to destroy the crops of nutnber of farm- Ezpre'SHaeduls t

'_' similar application of an aroused public ers. v. .:, '"{'No Stop En'Route)

opinion is needed for those who scorn the Poison bait; is being j .u e_<\ to stop the -:; f4 C AVE PT'Z!'KEY iHDAYS WEST) at 8.00 DAILY P.M.(EX-Ar. '

present abundance of, highway funds.i march of insects, but, regardless. of the y r!*_...;IMUmi a* 11:00 o'clock Mid- +

-a They must, be made to appreciate what I number killed,. there-a'i- ,always others to 'r'"' X night'vis.bAMt': jta.Y IETCEPT 1 i.9'Y yT !t tt

: they have because never before have swarm over their bodies. Ten localities SUNDAYS) at 1200 o'clock Mid- 6 t I

rF they had so much. "have been l laid waste by the crunching, aicrht and arrive at Key Wa at ., ,u ,
!:DO o'clock JLM. i ie
crawling insect masses according to the

. : The man who plans to do something Associated Press. ,f, ... t "'I' .Locd.Sdidd81 : i -

;. "one of these days" might as well put his' While study of the life icicle of grass ])lu 'D:1t\"ES'iktt.(Step*.Ai AU wlST'IatRM'
L mind on another proposition. hoppers has revealed some o-J'tbeJr' secrets ti ",CEPT nNDAYSJj.at t1:6i1 o'clock / .
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A. )4. tf iinlit Miami I at 409 ( _
enabling intelligent\ inep ,to fight o'clock P*M.f'. .
The scarcity of newsprint is still the their the
depredations, swarming plagues LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
'" bete noir of the small town newspapers. continue to do great damaged** SUNDAYS) at laG o'clock A..M. andantes .. ,.' Listen to "CLAUDIA"

Ever so often we read of a paper sus- While swarms occasionally migrateand P. 11. at Kay West at 5.00 o'clock TCWF,11:15A.3L

'pending on account of the scarcity of do extensive damage,""t he entomolo- I /

- : paper or its high cost. Recently the Bruns- gis1s do not expect the great plagues of FREE PI KBP:and DELIVERY SERVICE r IOmu"llNO AUTHOIITY Of TNT COCA.COtA COMPANY IT i ;:

-- wick (Ga.) Coastal Georgian, suspended the past recur. However RCO1i\'SURANC -
.. JL grasshoppers )iIJJ. .: : ". 'KEY :
WEST COCACOLABOTTLINC COMPANY'fl
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e. publication "due to inability to secure are likely to belocally' ha; ifttl?and to MAIN OFFICE WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton fc Panda abe .; '

newsprint at a price that will warrant avoid their damaging visitation must! be PHONES: 92 AND 93 ;: / : :
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operation.. combatted intelligently. ,
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SOCIETY 1&6SL .-*-' Historic Curlincafne:
X Treaty with China ,rlarliuied-
U. S. Minister 'to ChIna.hsdn
GIBSON
3s By JESSIE &rlin&sme.uu.ted friend pf

Phones Tha Citizen Office-51Residaaca .the'Chinese, also negotiates treaties -
: -26J-R with several European cc. .n-

flttuJuwHlIIIUWWIIlWWIlDmlluWIDUuI1IIIWUIllllllUl1llOOJ'II UISIIIIII lMMS+'' lll tries on China' behalL1868RaUfeatin'tr et l4th

,:COnvellt: Alumnae Member Amendment: citizenship rights.
not 'to be abridged. ,-
4 In Garden Of President To '. 1874-Frank S. Baldwin of
Philadelphia issued patent ton
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his 'Arithmol eteT. oh: ot fte
Girls State 4ff( irs first adding machines told in

Alumnae of the Convent of of the Convent of country.lh -Inunieront* hens Ice-
1Mary.Immaculate held a meeting ulate. land arrive in United States ta.
9ast night in the back garden of Representatives oiftvi a colony here
htlie'borne of tlrfir-president, I"l sponsoring organ Ud'ean ago) Ponce
.ee Graham 401 'Whitehead ed. From tfc Puerto Rico surrenders to Atnerir -
l1ttrE t. Refrc-ihmenU were rved. Auxiliary came Mrs. n* under CTen.Mill.-.
Principal guests and speakers Wimmenauer pi'(,: 1914. Austria-Hungary declares -
v.'*re three representatives from Miss Gretna McClain. war on Serbia- befinn'rj*
TOrts State. Miss Lillian Gong, n"4s and World War I. .
'Miami, secretary ol Girls State Club wa? rep 1917 Tae Wcr Industries Bd.
Who will attend the meeting in Gertrude Sawyer. crews-d.
Washington, puke of the procedure Members of the 1925 The Grain M1rk ngCesporation
: at the convention. MissGung tending included: biggest farm seep-
explained that procedure at Eva Lee eratire to date. offirhiJV Iii,
Girls State is exactly like that oft if. n \'ly. Alice R. not enough farmers invested.
*tate* governmental bodies. Bills ginia McDermott it. i1P32 .
'!ire. passed and laws made just Rita Pinder Mizpah : -The ArT iv' Breaks wnH.E. .
'as they are in larger political Holbrook. Mary F.camps in Washington D.: C.
.
JroupX she cxpalined. Anne Matchett, \Q O l'-I American pl IVr.d
Key West ?irls. Nellie MenenjjtJcz -. erts. Clara K. John Sorfa B5v\ Crete, .
; 'and Edith Knuck. gave accounts Wilson. Marina Si ha > J944T-An\ericah: '* trap.a Isrgpbody
of convention activities. Pita Maude Roberts. i ;0.. of (lgrman'in Normandy.'
Miss Menendez told of the first Jiilo. Mrs. Gilmore !Jy' I '1943=the'U.S: Senate ratified
tfn-ea' days, and Miss Knuck the. lia Cabot Mary :: the U.' N. 'Security Charter .
',](act three. These girls were hemina Harvey. e J 197! =Fgtlore'reCongrlsls' t )
'-jDonsored bv local organizations. :. ley, Maty Lee provide'adnulpIi.rytion '. Jun4s
lis* Menendez. a hifh school. Ralror. : ands, ind\ trial(. WiNrrationing
student was sent by the American -{Iii;group d CQntro "t ". _\_
Legion Auxiliary and Miss i means of paying : ; .
Y 1 ,
Knuck':want under the auspices.I for the new Convent 4ffimwuna Baflais_' ffliftfliitttnwniJUuuBunu' .
V>r the Business and Profrosional'Women's {The purchase of ItAlLMARIC
; Club and the Alumnae ect ,of the alumnae. .11

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Concert Pianist <( gioni ,
i he 9Toy: Q SundriesTheHOBBYSHOR
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Lions Club Here. Coming I I .

Charles DtHarrack, interna- >pUI1WlUtillltltFU>: { I I I i{ in tics Division Btr..t Phone SI

.tion ally known concert pianist,t THURSDAY, JULY ; ': '. .. ';
'and favorite of European courts, I Anniversary at ,Open San 8.AM, to Noota1tUIftIIIIt
will entertain Lion's Club Scooter Club. IIU
mem- j
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bers and their guests at their f Charles ) --- :- ----- -

Meeting in the Lions' Den 1013 1 Entertains. Lions : :
Seminary street, tomorrow 'at hers and j ,, .
8:30 f Lions Den,
p.iru
JULY ;
30
FRIDAY.
Mr. and Mrs. DcHarrack
are :.
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Teenage Dance.
spending their honeymoon in
this city and are guests of Mr. to 10:20 PJJ. | : LIKE
JULY "
,2nd Mrs. M. E. Stutz, Stutz Hotel SATURDAY. I .. -..
I American Legion ] '
Fleming street. : .
,- 'The artist was educated in 1 Candy Sale. : ; :.
'America, Berlin and Vienna, andwas (Theater, Duval : .
I
a protege of Xavier Schar- "
jwenka, famous composer of Intimate ; ;: : '
Berlin and Vienna. Mr. DeHarr :& .
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ck also studied under Theodore Mr. and M-rs. 15"1 c.; < .

Lischetizka. Viennese instructor -;'j I stine. Duval street, 1.. .,. ...l.'t:{ l.J".. .' .
Pader- ,
ewski. of thefcelovjd. .i morVow on\.alsix : .( :: .: } :"Ao"" :<
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tion visiting + )., '
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Press notices from all of ". ..
parts I .i
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Europe and the United States ,i in Georgia and .. .',. .. s. ...! ., ..
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proclaim Mr. Dellarrack as a : Mr. Hartenstine ; ; !
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in tennis here! will : ?
Ieniusof the piano. The Vienna .I I nis tournament in : : fF
Taghlatt applied such phrases as"esqulsite ,
touch," "astonishing j.
"soulful ''rendi I Mr. and Mrs. : '
technique", and
i the-wctldiieals! l
tion.*. The Strassborg Post,J horn and children, ( ; t- -
Strassborg.- Germany describedthe I Marjorie and Alvin .. . .. '
pianist as a 'master of great I ton, Virginia, are
The N. Y; Tribune i. eral days with mother, Mrs. A.
Lon-
EitleS.- Times .and the ,
Courier, hav'eagreed : Duval street, and .'
heartily with the words ney and "Jack. Be :f'
of these other newspapers. to their home, the ,5' ;S ,:
'Mr. and Mrs. DeHarrack will visit Mrs. Einhorn's improve your,r'pusation
leave Friday for Cleveland, O. and Mrs. S. '
Where Mr JDeHarrack will pre- Bea h. Mr. uio lf rn.EWtrlf Range!

<. e for his fall concert tour. office Atomic of the Energy : how to rook. .fill*over.
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Washington, D. C. i ..
4onbregatioltalBurch ..
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Mr. and X "'$.
Members
Havana Cuba left ; .hours' of kitcheii time.

Welcome Pastor Key ami after West a with have il spoiled worrying'

Members of the Cone reeationa friends. The prt"paN-d'tlaa. before
Church welcomed their newpkstor Key Westers but
'and hVi wife Rev.and Mrs dents of" the I r .tinie elock.and lew- I

John Friday M.tevenin. Pevton in at the a gathering church Onelio booster Medina is largely a ; .n yon;rerreiJdy ,to verse,

Recreation HalL 'Sharing honors for arranging the If rooked and right on

were Mr. and Mrs. T. Jennings more-Key West '" :
:Moe Mr. Moss: is the choir di- es held : :' .
rertor for the church.The *
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Mrs. Joseph
ladies of the congregation {
served 'refreshments. following. Florida is a. ttd..g'' ;' thepatt' -,, too'.
her'parents..
the program. with cakeMuaMieverWuite
Mr].Chris 'Knowles was in William F. Collins.
charge of the program which street .).Irs. : the table in .all their per*
Frances Lou '
vta as follows: mer ccufately controlled heat
West. Her
Piano Solo Miss Betty Brady.
Hymn by Congregation. -riteKing's in May from ,, .. ._ / !
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met
Business." where they
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Vocal Solo-Mrs. Paul Archer ? '

accompanied Brady. by Miss Betty Ailhout e,.en'a peek into

Hymn by Congregation. "In My Let Us ri ever a boating! Vege
"
HearUThere rSpelling Backwards Rings A' Melody.Quiz-Mrs. Iih, Iud'Ie infinitely r

EJla Alburv.I Plan Your Electric Range. And
Patty and Rose
Vocal Trio -
Y tes and Sandra Jchnson.- feasts Yes, a modern

c4rrtpanted by Mrs. Joseph Ladd. Free ,(
[Vocal. SoIc1aude' Sails, ac- Asphalt TO r' '. ,'.
mpanied by Mrs. Salis? Rubber r- "
'Talk Appropriate for'.the Occa ,
Plastic Floor old-fasWonetlrange
sign- Joseph Bora.
Vocal Trio-Patty and Rose Plastic. goUig to be the-Queess of
Y tes and Sandra Johnson ac-- '
mpanied .by Mrs.. Joseph Ladd. CapcHo Acoustic Wool (your 'family :a. ,such!

Hardwood y itr scepter! _
Tarewell i ,
Party I Formica Counters.far ; =s. .
"Miss Lois Winkler was given r
I Floor ,
farewell party Monday night at
Rest Beach, by the Youth Fellowship -
Croup of the First Presbyterian -I
Church. Cat Floor System
Miss Winkler. accompanied by
her mother left yesterday for J. L.
.Evansville, Indiana where she ...
Flooring .
will'enter the university.
K5 WHITE ..
and
Mrs.
M4V Ralph Harten- 4:' -
PHONE 'T
stine were chaperones. Hot dogs, .- tti5z-s .ii, .
drinks and food was served.
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I AavnUaelDenb under this head adrerltsrt .tth led .r'*..
Will
be laaerted In The .Citizen at count may bars lft lr advrtt-
the rate of 2c a word for each tnertioa. aunts rtiarKFd. s tPCBLICATIOV
but the minimum etiirgc for .EADLli
the first Ii TOM. ** tees 1. aee:. To insure pubff.at1on. copy must
The,, rate. for .'_"'_ tfF i. Sevrd. a be IB The Cltlxen epics. baCOT )!
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I and the minimum thefts for o'clocK I" ,tie myrtd g of tav...dar
t* first IS words U 4So. of publfcatfon. rjp .,."' ..'
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event or error In adrertisiwg transient orl contract. The uzea

I responsible Ut.play .....ert..i.c onlY for for the only first she Insertion actual In CI.lrlflt of Ad Ia'.e.wttr1s.n4.to
,) part Of the advertisement .rbere the ...amount .. .pare opted lit.the
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RENT-APARTMENTS r' FOR SALE=UJOD. C4',
I
Fourt apartments. Apply 411 [ Model 1940 Ford : .
pa A'p.
-:
kZ! : William Street jun28-30tx|.i. ply Perez Bros. -Bakery --

; y 1 I White Street: jun3Qrtf
L Newly furnished apartment for i ii

couple with one child under I|i i 1936 Oldsmobile, -door sedio.
one year. No pets. Electric $200. 1304
.' j f Angela StreeLbjy
(A") Phuto kitchen. Utensils and utilities : .
I jlyi4 }tJt
furnished. Near beach.
SAM SACKLER (extreme fuinitijretpie. owner.:of Hatiieiburg,.'Miss.. is happy with relatives Ref-
who survived Nazi war horrors!ft'E .'and'h4ie: : triYe "toTjnake their home in Hatties- erence. Phone 753-M. 1936 Chevrolet cotipe,. $lSOJj19:

burg. Left to right: Sackler; his'tiUr: ..MrtIHach i.Winder: ; Channah Sackler. 9: Solomon Wind r.. jly24-4tx j Simonton Street: jly36.3tx

16:'Mn. Rose Fihkelstein New\"ifiwlKvwh6:; '.ac4omietj {thtt- group lo Hattiesburg as interpreter Have two small furnished
apartments
David Sackler. 6 Michael' Si;I1e3.'ij&i4onr '. 1933 Hudson Terraplane.. ':'Needs
: : Sackler.: 12; Fanya Sackler. her husband, available. Each has
Israel. and Aaaron Winder. IS. bracl" Sackler'and' nu Windei are brother and sister of Sam private bath. $10.00 week, including about.$75.00 wor 'on.bod :and

S a t"'er. ."I ;; ." m v)1..,' 'rvvSi4.vH : -. -. ... utilities. Apply 704- engine. All offers. cooudcjret- :
: Call
.. /' .* .,' 1.1 Eaton 1404-J. T jl>11 6bc
-- ; i> viViHVjfV _. L ..... St.. after 5 p.m.

t f: 'ir1S F i Curb:; 1 1f' wuIRdA+ 'L ROUIiI Ep. '' mmmll\lliinlim. jly26-3U I{ 1946; Chrysler New Yorker;4-r
Ylss' '\ sedan., [Maroon.RRadio, ho
t-
*. *Y I i; Whafs$ DOIng.at Two bedroom large, newly renovated one- I .. er. defroster s anao.ther extras.
apartments completely
.

'A Excellent condition
throughoUt.
: y'bief 1 M'-ISISSfPPt, : the. : furnished. Apply 323 White- $2395. Apply SWStaplt\i Ave.
i. -'ARMED head Street jly27-tf '
BERN, Switzerland-( ) The j, : -, SERVICES... i, : } ]

Swiss Federal Council;,has set up I I 'OIi1t.vltLE JACK CtN .E Y.M.CA. Furnished 2 12room'apartment..
.i e Jackson FOR SALE=TRAILERS
new,"military regulationswhich' j % Squus Whitehead Utilities furnished. Children I I j. 4'-
"' wfll.*curb the authority of the 1 I ; and Southard Streets 'under' 1 yearaccepted.. Apply House trailer and 3itnex-i'deafr

commander-in-chief under conditions' i &mllllDlllllhlJ1Uliuumuuml1llWlllJl Ul1l 915 Windsor Lane. jly27-tf'
of armed neutrality. The ( ibwgz' couple. 611. Division. Street,
council' declared that hereafterit I j : i\ __ Wednesday Ross Trailer Parr;'B.-'ti -Hol
should be clearly understood ; i i. 1:00 P.11S.Fishing Party: Naval Large furnished ,one bedroom I land. j1y23.5pc.
.
Pearl '
apartment on Street. $95
:
that .the council will decide matf; I t :'Hospital Patients. Joint Pro- -t
month
!.' -. gram, YMCA NCCS. por. to Dec. 1st. Phone WANTED TO :BUYi| -1k'
tersi'; dealing with calling up 1185-R .
mornings. ,
troops. In time of war, however,I x'8.30. P; M.-Ye Ole Country Parr ; '-
the commander, as Heretofore, is L[ .*y". featuring Square Dancing jly28-30-2tx I Wanted-Live tree frogs ;ftom
authorized to exercise free choice' !. : Virginia Reels. Key West. Cash/paid- ;'U\.bt.
,20:15 P. M.-Weiner Roast Furnished apartment, 3 rooms terested write ROBS
over personnel and material 1 on:the Allc.B, Silver r
and
bath.
Patio Grille. : Maid and janitor '
.; I Springs Florida _
serviceslinens and utilitiesfurnished. "
..._3 .' Thursday .' Summer rates. Coral jly26.=41x

4 The Weather r rplns Ends't 9:00P.M.-Dance., aid and 'His- Orchestra John Pritch- Hotel Apartments, opposite: Three-bedroom house:, furnished
: Post Office.
jly28-10tx
: Friday ; or unfurnished.. :P.hone'1533R.FOR .

.b fs it t :. SrituuMiL!! ::83ff'. : P.M.Bridge, Pinochle'and Three-room unfurnished apartment j1j28jx
FORECAST : Moyies. ,,,
1 ; with tile bath, $37.50
'
per
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Key West and ,_ Saturday SALE ': I
Vicinity: Cloudy month. At 120 Angela Street
l' with, thundershowers today; tooe -: ;8:00.P.M.Movies.10:15'P.M. .. and child OK.
Couple one Wal
small
TNfE'OF ; =Juke Bungalow !
Box store
A.SJriObflNQr Dancing .building
night and Thursday not much on Southard.
; ter Beebe; 524 Phone
BAR' $sti.eetl'arlIles and "the patio. and lime grove"'On four nice
temperature change. Gentle. ,to : .;, .. 166. ]
:. .1" moderate variable winds. re.i Ne rOeri'in wopds jQlai' ta ,., Sunday '* jly28-2t lots size 50,x 120 each,In'good''

: in thundersqualls r", : !t pled, '; sa21' f ftn9 cop;' "- '8:45A.M.-Java. Club,' discus. ., One-bedroom furnished .apart section. This can:be:bought-::< u 'sion Group. easy terms.Johnson dctT
a .Florida: Scattered' afternoon : Le1t .Hitislilvurs :Miss.; ment on Grinnell Street. Couple 1yi-

; .i ,.. 'and-:ca ly ev t nirj Showg jl- V0** jiIIG.tttt eruitedJ4tadeisief '- Sat-i rF J 1:00*' Parties A; M.-""Go toCHUR. "" only., Sj55.00 plus ,utilities. son. Phone 372; !11'_
a ; 'thuftth'ntonmrr"HTeTVT: ritg>rand Yyriller,s1.nS beiip of Phone 1185-R mornin l
t : ':i.
3:00 P. M.-Classical 'Hour.; .se"lections 500 heets. 8ii x IF white:_ -
4 a "4 s s t .souptcast and south coastal, sec:': announced., t
t -.t. wlieairtained '
,' tipns- i X- :QO P.M Fellowship .Hour 'on print.125c..ArttnaltPres"BBuilding \
: i ptherwise partly cloud: '.the Patio. Community Sing RENT-APARTMENTS
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through-Thursday. *
f Marc&jctf ttW_IgesrjftCbuhCed- ing, Beatrice AND COTTAGES
Moreno at-'the
East Gulf of Mexico and.Jack- I
:\ conacfiflV+:ithilttVifTOblhiaV.'. Piano. 5 Delicious Lady Borden iccTcreaoi
?
-orville through the Florida .
Y Thc'Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming
,S raits:' Moderate occasionally j ; ; rstisr30 : ;0OOP.M.-Coffee Il ur. "; I -tops in goodness. La, Farola
Street, has an efficiency apt
133con: p ;'G: S. O. meetings -Girls'-.Serifce Sundry, William' "attjKistdsoi "
: r
'frc h' southeasterly winds south -j I ;
J* Organization and several sleeping rooms'va
s portion and gentle .t. mod ), every : 2nd jlyl6-f4-mbn-wed'-8t
'erijr: *: and 4th Monday. cant. Low weekly or monthly I I
'il111 -
Brats southwesterly wind northern" 1liill (G11f1A : "
Game rates. jlY1ctlrrenFurnished ti
Room -
: Chinese Checkers. SPEED QUEEN 'MANGLERi

Weathcrpartly portions through cloudy with Thursday.scattered ;.chess, cards, ping-pong; pool I Brand new. ('ost"$179.;>o;Wt11
writing desks library apartment and cottage. sell for 12500. RCA FL Ojt
showers
storms.. and. thunder- f_ < V 103f Stt fi2 Street r magazine, various table games. Both with hot water. No pets. MODEL combination. '12 15e-
X '
Jacksonville a DFF 5p] ft>RCES .- etc. Apply .upstairs' rear 1014 radio. Brand new. Cosft,49
to
'Nj jtnall.'craft or storm Apalachicola warningS:; iiikO &r ,"Showers, tennis rackets-- 'go if rein Street ) ?.va-I I Will sell for $350;. ,CaD be8s11

..havc been issued '. dubs, fishing lines,, cameras at 1209 Varela Street, Apt!?.
ItItROlttittlttl
mailing and wrapping packages, I .
Report i "k.
'1OQ 24Lr= t1 4o Pki: =fi.i1iu( receiving messages, phone booths, new one-bedroom cottage I Furniture for sale. .No '3 .fa

Key West Fla., July 28, 1948 ldtg, ;Wfftlfrg ROo m 'stamps; railway express.service, near beach. Adult couple I I! Street. ,j1yZS-6 t5

(Observation. taken at City Office, cutjwcrs.> -- .- +1 available. to SERVICE PERSON" only. No pets. The Price Organ!
't 8:30 A.M.. EST NEI. ization. Realtors. 411 Fleming' 1947 Richardson house traile
12i3p-Pil. r--jftosii}tai ,1iieits; '.,' | 3jp<|
Lesleigh
; r. Temperature Fishlrig.Partyi-joint Davis -Director.-; St. Phone 124. 1947 Indian motorcycle.
.,,
Highest' yesterday 9Q ; >NCCS. ijMCA .andHed program Creps;; Gerald. Finder-Program,'. b i jly2-fri-mon-wed-tf Division Street ask fop J1J bi3a

.. Lowcst last night 77 i IjdQ i14.t a v3!. jVlw.s''PjhjiicV rector Wilson. Call before n'oop; -:..
..M n. ...... _____ .:a.... __ __ .. 3-t ''al .FitnessXCtiss': -. .' T.llffan Weaver-Secretary.; FOR: RENT-oFFICE SPACE j1y2: 6 U
Normal- <,. .. 8-1 i i iI I 2:00:PTVtWavy' Wirers; dub!' Doreen' Cruz Information. I
%f ; Precipitation : }: Q. 0.P..t=Boxing Clas?. / 'i... .Desk Aide.Industrial Office space available for rentalSome Baby carriage high chatrji' rM

Total lait 34 heurs may.:: t.56 insTotal .1 9: X). ,I1Z.-=Dance..Three.Sharps use of silver in the very desirable, centrally ,: pen. 311 Whitehead. ..."w
this month 5.60 ins. Orchestra. United States has amounted to located. See Florida National j;I ;;, jly lf

i Excess ibis,month 2.72 ins.i tHtJRSDAY:; about. 100,000,000 ounces a year Bank. jly28-6t I.. "
Total this year 23.29 ins. 2:00,PAlv' Seaplane-Base Pool l,' since World. War II, more ,than House and 10t.111IfMa.rgatff k
:- E.x* ,this ,year 9.91 ins NavyWivea.. three times as much annually. as i WANTED TO RENTNaval Inquire after -o'clock>.
'. "
** Relative Humidity 9:00.A JA. -.. 5:00 'P 1tL--Sewi ng before the war. I jl.t'7i2b c
\ at 1:30 A.M.. 'Machine, :Typewriter, Writ- officer family desire two-

1.. ..- J6d',.j : tag .Room, :Showers. ..: ',. STORAGE : bedroom apartment or housefpr Real tile. 10 beautiful color t ? fW
month of August. Maximumrent wall floor .65c
Barometer FH1DAY> : i or *q. ft upi \Jstf .
,Sea Level) &30 A.M. .2OO' 'PJti.--Softball.'i.LOr, Navy Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor $100. Write N. B. i roofing barrel tile. CaIl'S98;? ,
; USS Runner SS476), U;
30.04 ins.- 101,7.)mbs. WiVei-at 'BayYieW .Park.. .commercial. Phone 793. val NOrris.1 Sunshine Constrpetiot1.23t'Z:
Station
Rodman .
Tomorrow' Almanac 2:00;.PJsLr-Prehatal.V Class, Tte- 1171- Zone. jly27-3t Seidenberg. F jly2a.tq I

Sunrise .- -4 5:54 a.m. partment tai !.!\h.*-IiBtructdrv : -
WANTED Baby Grand piano. years-o1cl
Sunset __ 7:13 p.m. -EMPLOYMENT.
Moonset __ 1:06 p.m. 9:00A.M.., y 3:00' .PJa.- e w ii>g FEMALE I Year-rpund or apartment three-bedroom Two children house(3 I I new.Perfect Will condition sacrifice. $1200 for V x$6(30.|>en

Machine, Typewriter, .Writing and ... '
5) and one expected. Call 1113 Catherine Street. *
.t TIDES; Boom.. Shpweri. v Young. lady experienced seen: 1588-R. jly2S-5tx *
r- '
Tomorrow ,- : :. -5ATURDAT2OO.PAryr :/ ; '. tiary,"desires part-time employment -, j1yZ8-3f. -c

(Naval Base) foxJhg, Tr inifig: ,- Please telephone 1157M. Furnished apartment or house for MXSCELLAHtOUS fra t' .
.Eastern Standard i '1:00 PJt. .- 'GOO.P..M.'Dresslng jly2T-3U three ,
Time months beginning aAufrust bou t .
'
High Low Rooms! Sbow rs.l01':' Bather 20th. Three
in family. Washers irons
vacuums *tad
i .. I t
HELP
3tnnA WANTED-MALE '
251 a.m. 10:06 a.m. : Will pav all rent in advance. fans repaired: OUriaii its-
3:43 pJiij 9:11 p.m.'ADDITIONAL J0:00. A.M.Co nrnsinitn: .Biealsi! Write: Lt. J. H. Nixon. USN. i 1164M. jla 1.tt .
-lJ > fast-WbltthfQub; V,8. Na.i Wantea.at once, three mechanic USS Runner SS476): c/o Fleet i I -

TIDC'DATA VaL Base'' T2nd' -Sunday). .Apply Navarro, Inc., opposite PostofCce. New'York., N. Y. I Floor taading done b7 experts

Reference Station: Key West too J.3i. -- YPic'nicr ,Swimming t ,bus. station., jl:4'otf jly283txYqung I Free estimates given. Mane

Time of! Height of Popl.WierjejRoast: (sign' up mpor call at 'lq1'Car liBe
StationTid in adxance) .. Boys wanted. Over $50 week! I .S.L
thigh wa tit t ': couple want 3 or 4 room -
Bahia Honda :Information :.services h us n&.' Sell 'nameplates for frqnt apartment No children. Phone i z J 3Li1-ts,
"
'(bridgeoh City 1N1 pa.. doors. Write National Engravers '
1 xr 0.0 ft 9132. jly28-3tx : Outside white; pain; porch': floor
I>To Name Key ReligjCKii- Ilteratutr; library .212A Summer Boston. i enamel inside j .
tamed
i'r (east end) _+2h 20m telcphon* .:sumps,.wrapping and Mass, jly28 GARDEN AND LAWN I. gaL Hardware toys,...electrical:'fS.Vf '

4 Boca IQvca chaiiinjr p11 kagr: ;.,railway" ",u '-'- SUPPLIES [ appliances.. Comptete :Une So.

(Sandy Point-oh 40m pees):.set vl jgalldefenstY :jipm .'HELP WANTED-lFEMALE. I may paint and supplies;-Defaer-;.

Caldes Channel available forces. Fertilize young non-bearing man r ty Hardware. 846 Olivia cornet
(north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 It and,ihw4aiailies' : .*. Girl. Vanted., Must be permanentresident go trees for best growth and : Packer,. Phone 1597. 'jlx4
oOo IRS: L ,s; 'CpUGHLIN.. of Key West Apply production. First year; apply !
NOTE !Executive Secretary. in: person. Evans Camera. -pound of Bloomaid :
: ] every 30 Kids: Popsicle Pet -,.offers prizes
(-)-Minus sgn: Corrections M s Store. 509. Southard Streatjly283t,. days. Bloomaid fulfills all fe rgalore I for double -popsicle.

to be subtracted. : ; r. e s tilizer requirements. Key West I wrappers. Try 'em La.Farola

(+)-Plus sign Corrections to Garden and Lawn Supply Qx. .I Sundry, William at Windsor.: ,...
Europe arf-lalil.Asialje, persons HELP WANTED-MALE 914 Fleming. I
be added. ., jly2 6-3t ilyl6DJOQ-
-Hour. : long 'tia'Y@: 'fi n-, ted' ,boiled, I I .. OR FEMALE i -f\
( : bakgd,"stew ell- Liedor.: 'pickled LOST REFRIGERATIOIFth ; *""

(ft1=l'set.Puerto eel e.t: ..:::. ; ... .:. .... I Good woman or man to wind. "to;... J
j'j'mj.Minute
armatures. Will teach youhow. Light brown Collie puppy wi Domestic and commerciai.jruaranteed. he'1E,
Bird -a1 ;. noi Closely related .
| Part or full time job. white dOlt collar. Answers '
I
Rico Free
was discovered. by to' crpcodil than -the-'latterare_ Apply Murray's 105,Simon Ser'vte
'. . totssame of "Prince" Call 15S9-J. Holbrook G/
ohugbt ip..1493zr r" Refrigeration
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: : jly23-3tl Reward. jly28-ltx call 72f.W.r j .

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s;l WEDNESDAY. ? JULY. 28, 1948 THE KEY WEST .cmzQ.L.. .. ..:U.1-L.._ :_...- :. PAG

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A BENNY'SMotor WHERE TO BUY' n ::*.aad'ytba., ertmla. pr.d bdetlbt, 1t'tervle.twm r.U :-Bed4.. ". ..,:THIS:- DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOUt5 : 'I'J'

i TROPICAL TRADER j,I. .. .. '" "J. \' P '." ...... I
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i Court ,' ....................., a, ........_.........; : :; ....-L'- .-.!'., '... .- ..... 5..................w..........................
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,-: 718 DUVAL STREET : PHONE: 1000 ..: -. '
: 909 Simonton St. : : IfIt F W-"- T?I**ctrl.cal 'WE REPAiiCrii -:: jM< '.. 'j i ,
: POOR OLD CRAIG
SOUVENIRS
: Ownership-Management ., : Nice Selection of GIFTS and .. .: : ; la. iM v w g SELL. 13><:!I:1'; 1 '.5 i" : I

of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for. the Children : -: We. Will Call For. 'ltd Deli. -4 ; /' \\V-HltfS'4R '. : 1 Service Station

: Beginning Monday, SEE OURSHOWING : ,- 30 YeW.Efpexience In Electrical. Tk tu.t .: Y
:'t July 19th : of Electrical t I 'Appliances! : .... *' ',.... :w'ltttCEANERS; -: J. H. BRADY. Maaeser PHONE 81U ;

4 ; ., -............._..........._.................... s : ; il> 211 Duai:Street ;:. t?: : : : -. Fraud: and Division 8tr U
.1 i WILL BE CLOSED ...................................>e...e........' : 1 .:' 'h 1 < TELEPHOXZ U''.f,. .;:. i: #.701 DOVAL STREET ; : Tires Tube. Batteries .. Auto .Accessories s .

: U !September HOME'SUNDRY STORE.':. !...."t '\.*.tU.,:'! Hp'EtECTRIC-:.. ...........,'!_ ....."....,. .;':I:Te itJ.X *SIMOHTON.STREET** '..' i* '.:: ,!......Your.....PURE... ..OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"............:
: 'THE BEST OF STEAKS : : : /...........,....ti.....Y.' .......t.er.s.....'!.*...' Y,Clcanint ,- .................................e...........
.J 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. : '. : -
|! !I" Tropical Drinks and D.r end .Preitliig .
; :
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fte* : .Tempting fresh FruitS : :. "You Patronage Invited". :'- :. r il U IFiPAL RU'SS'EttS .;S : .1'HOun:smtYUE.. : i RADIATOR SERVICE I
be available
S will .
It a 4I Ce tI: -:;. '*. in*es September at . ', Ice Cream, Proprietary.Medicine ? : I DRY'GQ : ;": : DUvtty4Ser; Up''"usi and_.' -.: .: NOW AVAILABLE: .
Benny's Motor CourtS : Sick Room .DS 5 t : .i Rod Cleaning Repairing and O flushing
:........ ............... Supplies School; Supplies : c. SUITS Idr'MEN- : .
... : Toilet Preparations and Articles, : HOME : : 1106 pLIYIA8JlliZT j. 5,5-iiidTPOMEN: :: : AUTO AND
: ..................a*.........:e.. .........' ......' j 5Iafle.f6-8Icame' : TON'Y'S
S .. PHO 3Jl. : : : ..:
I* ....................... ...*........e.......eeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeefeeeeeeMUMFORD .SI -:,. Lct'-Thote.Serve: f::';: :; -,';. ':''i l'.01.'; ftfONE', i' ::.'.2n'. S- ...! ,: 60305 GREENE STREET BODY SHOP

I and ROSS Who Serve Best ,to: ..: \Sp .. i .. ':. = .. .. ,...*.......................e................

ttRi' S GOMEZFURNITURE 220 DUVAL STREET ; S WE HAVE NEVER *.5SS : ..'r:',-"' '. -.!"lIt....;.J!; e. ,'e." .- f'eeee4:"' ':.". eee,' .eee" i. w........................................! .
BETRAYED A TRUST- '. 3 i i t ..
: BEAUTY
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i Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for ; W :.fOIilP.7L : :'+ -: : CAROLYN "I.
: :
S1u14
S CO. :
WILL : ,, SIIOPPE
WE NEVER ;
r' : 720 DUVAL STREET Carrier Air-Conditioning S e- ''' :" \: ,1"E: ;. P""E' "Z.: ;T 'W Overseas Hotel 313 Fleming St. l!I
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: Juvenile Furniture Ambulance ServiceTelephone : : ChiWfylnta.; :t. .i .... :: ear DONALD BARBER '.
: for Domestic and Commercial Use ; *. rf'HST* j. : i : -
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: : 548 ) :
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HOUSEHOLD.FURNlTUUE :
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: S33 PHONES, 8150 .l iI tylceo iI. R 'u" Specialize s s.S .
: ...Y................e.... .....................e. Never Sleep S ''." .J.hna.relt'fU la--::, ..' *; |. 1 ,y':,;'; i :.' ,'..'IS"" -i Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing k

x ; Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ........ ... .................... ............... ......................./ :............ "If.*.:.A la.$,j je :.:'.fi,; ::ij: +.t :. '' one' .175 ALL TTFK:* or IIKLK1R' CCRTHPRRMAMEXT ; ;
Axminsler .Broadfelt ... .. ........e..................... .f ..f. :: : jmct t'.1': j.r.::.................e......!.:....WAVK.1.STFJLL'S .............

,. RADIOS andAppliances .a' ; I :riiitI._) < d-:. ;d. ; .:. .. ... .... r.....S
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.E j I "F t ) A MYBR.S11\. '" t. : : K. ,
S ;. '1 : ..f: ". '\.."'ttlllrlll. .r "" I'f.. .,y.. BEAUTY: != .
)L ., ) .. .w( 5'
..; -:. "tUil Licensed) .# ; ;:: }! if' .."i;a'i:2..f." :, ., ... ..jj" ; : Scientific Beauty Culture '* ;
: Terms Arranged"OPEN :. ''.1,: ': g 1. ;"' ; ; .1.- } : in All Branches -
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p4 TILL 9:00 P.M. ; t rf :% 1 rjjjiu/aiice; :: -
s :. MON. and SAT. ;. \ ? / ..:. PAINTING Contrato Z _! $: ;.*.*"- -:. :: :Thoroughly Cperatora Experienced ,

..................... .. : .: I :$; :**; 3zervic&::: ? :: Soft Water Used Exclusively ;
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: Machines for Immediate .Delivt llr :' 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
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; Rear of La Coach Hotel / : Save 15% on All Policies Won-Assessable. : : Also Lots'Cleared(;. and MailJEFFERSON spr.adv. :R .. ? ..t 'f.:;odil.: '"At'Faapda Southernmost House in the U.S.A. :
PHONE 124 :. MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, A 8'. 'Phone' 674; ': : .. '} .r..f.i"7i' ,4.tIr; },t; P. l i : Featuring. ,

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: 825 DIVISION STREET PHONE. 8112 : ; of state approved instruction who know the latest :
)C. DAN VAROLL : : J? i rO : ;:; e n i phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
t "We Deliy Floor Ct : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of ;
WATCH and JEWELRY : : Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Covering J-: : beauty culture, do good work at very low prices. Al.
REPAIRING : though appointments not it is advisable.
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Work Done Oh Premises : : .Packaged Goods : : 130 DUVAL STREET KZY WESf: .F ttta'1 't! For Appointment Stop at
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THE U. S. LOOK. Fall styles previewed! in New green 'sweater. and worsted jersey skirt .with .;- .e--.: .' h:

York promise joy to American icomen.The; exaggerated matching collar and beret; Brownie's tanager H imai.a. a nan-the way babies do itl "* ten short years every $3.00,you put in will hare

lines of the "new look" hare disajt- red costume suit with eall peplum ami slim skirt; Crotc; that is. grown to" $?OO. '

geared and instead top designers are showing Adele Simpson's .uS'r 8hbuckle,." suit in smooth .. ..' You.start eat braggiag about each new ounix. There isn't t a surer, easier, safer way to pro-
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'slim skirts for IlaJlime'anl conservative, ..reargray :'relotirs; Tina Leser's coachman coat in sad. po\ nd JOur .born'pia.-.nd then. ..thatevergrowingness -
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able garments planned by and for Americans. green and rust iridescent weave wool; .Anthony strikes home another ray You'discover' '"- -

Typical of the new mode are: Jo CopelatuFs Blotta's fabulous' evening suit in gray satin em- the ,mite. -eating more-outgrowing. 'UVlfenllDeA.: ''. : .
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Scotch ttceed suit in red and gray, with red vel- broulered alt orer in rhinestones*; Ben Reig's't'eteen clothes-CAttiog: more. : '.- S I gn' UP''' for'the'Payroll: ; Savings Plan 1 ,

collar; Claire McCardell's quilted wool gray wool greatcoat with black Persian collar, :Wou n't ytm lit* to fie just as mre'your where: y.u ,work.-Or, if you aren't n. payroll, )

rplaid: after-ski pants; MauriceRentner's, romanbuttons and slash l pockets; Nettie ,Rosensteiri's. .I money:.would' grow, too? ;join& the"Bond-A-Month'Plan-through: (be'bUkk .

tic evening gown of sheer green lame veiled in cocoa wool .suit, with mink trim. : You ass be, if.,.* start putting few.dollar /where you have 'a .chccking'ccount.: : : :-. ,

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in their products, they need school George Wesley, 10, probably r .<''.. .. ... '. '.

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: INDIANS NOW :IN SECOND: I tile NO.der"I.c1I.-1Ct-i: sTtTIPs.Hlrtac. !dVCk.to eagage thai I IM I -_ \]

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fotoii) --. .1 SICatee Nareky Cam.
Braves Defeat Pi..*-. Mi While ..
pear IrOe4 Key W. .
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1 ., 100 METERSL MARATHON SHOT PutL.'WiI1Mu I FlorIda. ..t.... is "" "'I.t said .fie.
rates 5-1 :f I tItIoa Man with I.. clerk of the H
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; Win Mel Patton UJSJU 1. Jack Haldea Ea aK: Thempsen, 'UJLA. 4irr-tt Vvrf '4 .Uuam. ("'.....t,..
;How; They Stand 2. Lloyd LABeaeh! Panama. 2. Charles Heireadi lAxa llll'. 2. Framcis Delaney' U.s.A. FIorW& .
From RetU Of Cinrm.l[ 3. Barney Ewell U.S.A. 3. Gerald Cote, Canag.1' X.Jim FMcha, U.s.A. a..lt'd 4uW.7. 1....
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iiati 1!I t 200 METERS 400 METER RELAY DISCUS 011.'$ K.VNCMKZ.THK Owners, _

I i.h1&Dc1'* City Senior 1. Mel! Patton U.s.A. 1. U.s.A. (Ewell. Patum,1.DW. rd. Fertsac* Gerdien. U.s.A. 1.l..lHU' ,. :
,(,Pb! _......'p"". _) j'i Bas.ball League 2. Lloyd LaBeaeh, Panama. Conwell). X.Adolle CoDS Dlo Italy. I 5 q44 -, 4 i -u
NEW YORK.--July 28Bstct :: (Municipal Stadium'Club ) { 3. Barney Kwell U.S.A. Jamaica. -- 3. Q..Isal, Italy. iv e.asrrv4'erwwp'Ei.svv Tttl''; -.- -- S : -
Australia. .- Mt'MClaW -f. -
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Tied Soxl ined.-slighUy in the, t """HM awya .o' bLauA. .,
Key West Clowns ud. 2 0 1.000 400 METERS METER IELA'.r JAVELIN t AM 4'm wesmu&I. eue're. ... -
AmerfcanLJEeague :standings. list'night Pirate ,_ _. 1 1 .500 1.600 S kne.M1F _
Jamaica. t
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by defeating Detroit Tigers U. S. Marines hn'_ _. 1 1 .500 2. Gearge Guida, U.S.A. Uarnden2. ).- 2. Steve Seym ur, u.s.A.. t ASr! *wrr KARL r 4.wtaju
L 8-0. while the Philadelphia Naval Air Station 0 2 ..004)IaIe.ud 3. Morris Curotta Australia. Jamaica. J, Aterwaal. Fialaad. I I T* HUtBlllf.T I .-
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Athletics lost to Cleveland 10-5*:i*! 'City Baseball League J 800 METERS HAMMER THROW I DOROTHY-, MART. t1sa4aat. _

Cleveland; moved up to rewind (Army Barracks Field) 1. Leo Borst.Sorensen. Denmark. 110 METER HURDLES L. Beue'lcssea.. Sweden. OHDRR er 'F&UCATt. \

place in the league,, J j ,Chib- W. L. PcL 2. Mat Whitfield U.S.A. U Bill Porter, U-SJi. 2. ire Nemetb, Hungary. T<>: Iturniby I \\ ;Marr ...* ).
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St. Louis Browns beat the New SubRon Four h ,. h m" 1 .875 3. Arthur Wint Jamaica. 2. Craig Dixon, U.s.A. 3. JS4 k Bennett, USA. New .Vork 'City H. T. --S- _
Bombers 6 3 .C&7 3. Clyde Scott tl. JC Ton are. a.r.hr,te4la., ,,* :York Yankees 4-0, on the three- 1,500 METERS .* HO**; STEP AND JUMP to tk. VUk for .1"' _. fUr4 : -
Ccnfhs d' ---3 6 .333 400 METER HURDLES !!' you in the tbqvrstyled.. .. .
hit pitching of !Fannin while the Scorpions .. ._ __ 1 4 .200 1. Leaaart Strand Sweden. i 1. Geerce A.eri'. Australia. I..r .on or before the.3th: daynt a4y
Chicago White Sox from 2. Henry Eriksson, Sweden. i L Roy Coehram. VAA.- !. Lennart Afoberr Sweden. ."' A. L. 151otherwise the
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won' 3. Goesta Berkvist. Sweden.- 2. Jeff Kirk U.s.A. S. Gerarde Oliveria SnaiL ..<. :oMaJne4 therein. wtll '
the Washington Senators, 2/1* .1 I j I Ftorida-taternanonal 3. Dick Ault U.s.A. [ lie taken all mnirvnr*. '
Baseball League- i; y 10.000 METER WALK Dnae Hurt iledevesi." at Key "W.st.
In night games in the NationalJ 5,000 METERS .
27th;day ot 4i&t. A. r>
Ch.H W. U Pet. POLE VAULT 1. Joseph Dolezal,CiechosIevakU. I r t :.Wa..i. .
League. Boston Braves beat the 1. Emile Zatopek. Czechoslovakia. : .
Havana Richmond .USX. 2. Werner (, ..;-.it. Cnvrt
.72 33 .649 1. A. Marram. Hardmo Sweden. y
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Pittsburgh 5-1 the New 2. Bertil Albertsson Sweden. '
York Giants ; Tampa ... 66 45 .595 3. Viljo lleino. Finland. 2. Robert Richards: U.SJL. 3. Kalie Revneke. So. Africa. Seal) Rose ('; lawyer, -
won from Cinc nnati U.s.A. Oerk. juiruolt Court
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I r I Lakeland 57 53 .518 Mnnroe County; FU>rW,. $ .
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Reds and the' Chicago .MmR'WALK' S
,i St. Petersburg 56 53 .514 METERS 50,000 Byi. l'd) Florence R. Sawyer' ,
Cubs defeated the Philadelphia 10,000 HIGH JUMP -
Miami Beach ._. ,_ LHarry Forbes, Englaad. IVpirty Clerk..
53 58 .477 \VI.I.IAM v. .
Phillies 3-2. Yesterday t I. 1. Emile ZaUpeTc, Czechoslovakia. Scotland.. : .tLuCny.Att4rn.y -
e 1. Alan Paterson. 2.1 Edgar Bronn Norway.
Miami _._,_____ .47 .435 for, Plalntltf! _,
u 61 2. VilJo lleino, Finland. : pet't -
U.SA.X ; 3. E \Vhitlock 4
Brooklyn Dodgers beat: the St. 2. George Stanicfa ,.Enfilaad. '
Louis Cardinals: 3-2. 1 I, West Palm Beach. 48 63 .432 3. Jen Szilagyi. Hungary. John Winter, .Australia : t, Ju&t8atge.l1-iL4SU\ -.. _4 :' krlr -
i Fort Lauderdale. .. 42 fi9 .378 PECATHLON: I" TMB (1IWtT'OtnTdP THBKI.KVKNTH S 5c
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AMERICAN LEAGUE Night Game. : Major\ Baseball League 1. Raphael Pujaion, France. 1. Willie Steele.-U.S ..; :2., iv A\I>'roitIX MOtltOE." C'OI: T". .,. : .!:_:! _,r__________
I 2.' Tore Sjostrand. Sweden. 2. Herb Douclas; U..A. $inS. CH.4.NCKIIYC -A' ,

Boston' ___ '.R.8 H..9 E.I 0 NATIONAL .- 3. Paavo SUUleppi, Finland ,Lorenz, ,Wrifht.LUS.:4...,' 32JTjngMandscheln.! U.S.A. Ot .':_LKATHLl'i.'- ii.asaCd.AflT5 ,; .-. .1\1- tesfep1uies -
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Detroit.. ___, ,_ __ 03: 1 Club- "W.'J*. p t.( tnaintlff. : ':3.AIqOwLLz. Flx -Ona cf the hazards cf Hyde Park
.,Kinder and u44.Tebbetts--;" New- Boston'.,--, -,--=1_ :1 53 :37 .589 .1 like Czechoslovakia's great Emile Zatopsk-' biotbthe', ; 5,000 t)((ao(1 i J 0,000 metes rimswith- Viljo ROBERT. vs.: W \ :"uivonrn: M hfd$4lj9 t; fccursa, is a moving'one: -Pudgy. a small black

Benton Brooklyn .__"' :47.41 :S3-t.- H ino ot Finland! and Bertil Albertsson ,of Swaden ciosa;""-'WpSUk huU &T HuUandr J WHliani, Nelson r .teir4b.opertycf] Henry Johnson! et the club. ;
houser, White Oyermire St. Louis: __ _._..__4G 43 ..J17 *. 'OMDIII; 8. : ; pta:
m if New:Zealand. and Jeno of good. ., LP.TltI'AO.'j
Hungary 'j
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and Wagner. f I! ; lyti. TO: j Pudgy hazard however only when afield en the course
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1'New Pittsburgh"York d_. h' _45 44 43 43 .511.50C Raphael: Pujazcn of France hasn't lost a 3.000 meter. ** steep'lerfinse. )'raise,. for" three years and. heshouldn't I Rohort floute-No *H-.-oil moSt of,the time Henry keeps him out of the way.

Night Game '. Philadelphia .h, ....4349 .467 Itise at London. : *'*,_' + >* :s'uffolk: .. .rtrUtIa. ...'" ; V : .. Reoia.I during the war years when Henry! was a pro in

R. H. E./Cincinnati _.--_h._u ___.41 50 .451 Tab Jack IlolJen: of England the winner; .in the :tabs'sis'Mara'thon.% .( file knows, the climate and >#TOil** to. rrhereby iIi. lUll .<0';rfe tVpiplalitit' ndercrTJlle. N. .r C.. caddies were hart when he was giving

Cleveland -, --__,__10 15 0 Chicago _u h' _._ 39! !52; .429 the.course, but will have plenty of tough comp titioh .'*- '. '. f.\\' : I'>lv rre in the ab
Philadelphia .. --1 -- 59 2j j i f AMERICAN 1 The U.s.A. should: win both relays. Olymp-c 'Ce cb;.*Dtin'JproaiweU is master. of baton <_Ul't\\ or before. I>> 1 ca..oth the. ?4tlu.rt1"day. the. of-'sIleitIonn Au.* 5'?92. f, b.Jl&: .

Feller, Kleiman and Hegan; I Club- PcL1j passing technique. Jamaica and Australia will be right behind iri both races. The American tberrift wilt j*' 4ak'n. 'asconfecd. :" NwPdqy, 'caWt distinguish between a person taking 151.
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Rosar.ssie. Harrio, Marchildon and.1 j f I Boston -- .: :i __'''__h 55 38 .604 quartet in the 4CO will be EwclL Patton. Dullard and'Eddie ;Conwtll! of Jersey City. The 1.600 i: Thin Order to M. puMtohed- : '6ncweek < $ ,.$dflSfld-playcr, .. .out to beat the stuffing'out of Mr. Pars 'sogof.rs

Philadelphia: :. __.n,56 39 .529 team will feature Whitfield. who probably will pas uiib.-400. meters.-..-. i a for four'con..ecutlveweekiiin' .. .. sometimes' get a little upset when an otherwise ,nice
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Night Cam 'Cleveland' ..------ _" __'h 52 36 ,.591 -- - -- -. -- -- -- -- pultlUhed-'in'-Kpy!; W..a:31..ni. ; i -driTy.U-cflt; ': : short by'gy's energy! The pooch doesn't always,

ILILE. New York ____ __,_ 52 38 .578 f j roe. t'otisty.. 'YI-_. > >V'Pop -. ., ." A f',retrier. : *. but h e will stop just about any ball that happens

St Louis 4 6 .1 Detroit .-.---'____.____,,44 46 .489.Elks Defeat VX-1' Flyers *;':: *;:r [-of JulyA.lf.'and OrdreirthU lilt.. -.' ..'2-. th. Sag. "close loxEim: ", ? '

New York __.. 0 3 ,0 Washington _. 1;:.._ u 39 51 ,433 ; City! Recreation .SRAU". ,
Fannin and Moss; B 'yne. Billet St: Louis --__ ,., _,_: _.33 53 .38.4 ,Monroe C'netftt I y.'FloridaIty 'I: '! p1fa; '-,ktop 4nd.Pudgy goes,into a fast bundle cl action.

:, Embree and Niarhos. I Chicago ___'h'm 29 61 .322:* : <"d) Florence. Ka.wyr. f ______ .
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Night .Game i i I! Softball Leacucs i il I I Solicitor..- for-' joIZZ&avt4-li.1i4 p aii tlffIV ONCFBLiND( NOW HE'Si
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Chicago __ 2 5 0 1(! Class "A" I. fJOE LEWIS AND HENSOtfSTAGE SOFTBALL THK'CmrVIT ...ont.-'oF Tllrini.KVENTU : I

Washington. _--._ 170 Club- W. L. PcL ] Start '"\DI: '"L ?IMtl'l'fOf :: ? ': )PROMISING\ GRID STAR
Wight and Tresh; llaefner and ? Bob's Sport Shop -----22 '1 Girls '- MOIIND, !DUELj S Bayview Park. Night ,FLOHIDA ::'' VOMtOBC .
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LEAGUE ;: SubRon, 4 ..*_ ... ,_,__, 6 17 vs. Naval Hospital ..riajfillf
NATIONAL \" ; blind inch 240-pounder( was discharg-
Night Game. I I Clast *B"Chih -0, .'BREAKS fi : rained.out: game). HERBF.'RT'. rnAiJJ, 'si*. I I'A was totally.} less than five 1&44

R.' H E. f ,' W. L. Pet, ; NudeBatliers !I I i .- i .'Second Game--TVFW vs. Adams. ;;:;w>R"CLAlItCP.Al ,; jre'ars ago. Today- he's a. promis-;led in he was ready to.start

Boston' ._.-- 590 Elks'Club _:._.__.-_14 ::3' Elks Club won over-the vJdt S Dairy (tie game). :"-: M-COR1N.OtIliCt: ; ,.ANU HER'j.. buI.r r.s.-. -/cajidJdt: for ''the Baltimore > his college football which war

Pittsburgh '__*n.l 6 0 Kantor's Men's Shop ..12 10 HONG KONG-<>P}) The.mo4_ Flyers! at Bayview Park .' Jan FRIDAY *.t. at.nefendanta- -' -' Colts'ofTheAllAmerka; Profesnohal ''prevented. His college choice.
Potter and Masi; ,Ostermuelter VX-1 F1yen'n_ 12 10 )highly This them' two First Game-VX-1 Flyers vs, : rd'"t. Football Conference. I Detroit had not resumed the
testy of a/neai/ puts fuU
J Naval Hogjital( _u_ 6 16 young women in ;\ .. 3T-'* Elks Club (rained-out : OF -- .Tji:r chance" 'play professional -- game yet so he MuyI ; -
and Fitzgerald. *, ,feea,-yyrf*>- .. *.. *--**-_ Chiiiese rgjme5; ahead., : jr. TlJB STATj ,.FLORIDA: entered
j ;- byi village was the V***1|I 'Jo Lewis St i game of July 6). f' : !'"climaxes': TbngTcUmbf land. -

Night Game ,' .' I: : *% x TODAY'S ." of a bitter battle recently between a pitchers dueL;J14.Hensons7! Lewis: got stages the: \ Second"" Game-SubRon\ FourS TOHKRBKRT: H.- CRAIN.CLAIR'CRAIN, .. 'S'r rqm!, the depths ot despair for I: But 1 in 1945 Simmons did .go toi

R. H. E. ANNIVERSARIES villagers and visiting breaks and ; vs. Bob's Sport Shopt. ANNIE MJ C.OB1N AXD a: 8.. thfe:22-yarkild physical giant. i Detroit and played fullback The
3 8 0 i nude bathers in which seven won. p: ( P. 410RIN. her husband. .-A\l\ .hopes 'for athletics he center.
I New York I I Joe Lewis hit. a double and 'J postponed game) "the' respective wives or hn.. ; seemed, next year played .And
061 f (Know America) were arrested and two hospitalized. blasted: the of.northern last he
Cincinnati to hands of said Herbert H. :;on. .coast season was at guard
single star at bat. Sutton hit
1751-Joseph'Habersham The fight started over .the Train and St..Clair If they ( he will seek the'Baltimore
Jaroen and Cooper; Vandcr- Georgia bathers making'their ablutions .a double for the Flyers.. JUNIOR SOFTBALL are eitherimlt or married.whoi FrapdeV, 1 : was there as. a commando post with

meer and Lamanno. J patriot-soldier postmaster- In the field, Arrington and itayview Park. Afternoon >e riven Or Christian 'that i Simmons wasbadly' colts. S
at where the .
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general under the first three names and any description wauled'- 'by artillery
t tR.R.E.I. for their supply of drinking wa Demanis were the best for the v and Morning 'of whom'..- plaintiff unknown -
Night Game' Presidents -born in Savannah. fire'thit; )u ewas. given little hopebf.'retUrqi"ng.to The tallest mountain in Hawaii
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losers and Pam Dion. Daily play. .. If the aforesaid pr-
,Died Nov. 17. 1815 ter. This so upset the young women -!I Anguiand \*: suns. or '3nyef them are llrlncrr England alive. j is. Mauna Kea ("White Moun-;
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I Chicago __ _u_. ,3 10 3 f 1767- ames A. Bayard famed of the place that they refused -; Solomon for the winners. and If dead to'bin unknown .Survive: ',Ijlid..' gut ,the shell tain"), with a height of 13,675

Philadelphia- mm'. ___h.--.__.__.__ 290 Delaware leader of Federalist-j [ to go there for water and I j I j In the first, Pazo i walked and I TENNIS atees beira gran teen devUeeleg'and'TO. all expl it.nesaed up his nervous feet.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

Schmitz Borowy and McCul-' Congress his generation, diplomat -II appealed to the village elders for ,, advanced to second and- thirjj '< Bayview Park. Afternoon persons n having or ,.claimingany system'; .so; 'that. he .rib longer ;

lough Leonard and Scminick. born in Philadelphia.. Died :assistance. j; on infield outs and.scored: on'an and Night interest la the> following could\ '.see* { *
; I error. .1.: .. described faod Ooverntnent/Lot 3
J Aug. 6. 1815. i Daily play_ "One' of- those odd quirks of
of Section. Government Lola '1 :
I R.H.E. 180 rmsby M. Mitchell. Cincinnati "Stadium Contains I I In the third, Flyets. tied the, a .. :--- t to 8 Inclusive of Section, .. and fate,7'f.fall down'an.'embankment ; -BICYCLES-
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Brooklyn n' ,._._u__,.._ 360St. astronomer observatory j I II : -, SKATING In Township Robth of. RaaKe- atBd.'thuttip.on: the. head D racu.

I, Louis '--- ---.-- _2 280Hatten founder* lecturer. Union general I walked and .Sutto hit.erierfoica; ? Bayview Park. Night .:::&IIt.and tioverifimrfit 2 of Section' louslyriatored. Simmons' sight Repaired and Rented

and Campanella; Pellet. jt born in Union County Ky. Died All Long Drives I double to score Hens n. FRIDAY- >Range!. 'n.=Township'3. cant. all.l7ing'and tS/ South being of "JJYh. ,1 '_t1 the :ixfoot, 4- '

and Rice.'Double. Oct. 30, 1862. c !j I In the sixth, they..scored: once 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. in Monroe County Florida.' excepting -. -.--- ..- : / : Also in StockNEWi
I' more to go into the lead: Atringf,t : therefromGovernment. ".1.ot '_f -i-------ikf.o
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Cope among] NEW YORK-(>P)-No player:: I'I Section Z'aa4 all that, ..fJovernment i BICYCLES .
f the fotemost it [ ton was safe. on. an, error; "De-; naturalists-en I '. : *
ever, has hit a ball out of Yankee Ix>t 3 of. SecUeR .S, In
X' mologists :of his age, born in players ;''was' hit : wemu.of a Hne drawnat '* BRAND
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I Philadelphia. Died there.. April j ]landed drives in the cinter field Rose- walked and right- gJeB/: .to-"the--center, line and SKATES L

Blasted 'Eni I 12 1859-Mary 1897. Anderson (de Navarro -ij| ;away bleachers from whictf the plate.are The 461 three feet. ]I home, b tin: ,the forced Iast'6t-th6' ArringVton : SVI'DtkY-. flfOOClowns: vs. Marines. of Railway way what MI-war'at Florida'tKatt'u formerly'. point .on'the said right centerline :Coaet'of :f= COFFEEA f Overseas Cycle Store

I ), famous actress, born in iluggerswere Babe Ruth JIank sixth Arilu ira was safe on sn errror. I 3: 0-Pirates vs. Naval Air Sta- distant JO* '..eot. ra-......e....f rjy Pound
.CHICAGO <;p> Jimmy Foxx.. Sacramento California. Died, ini! i He'went: to second an:; lion.p direction from theIntersection .of :: Toda --- 320 Division SPhone 1010
I reenberg -and Joe DiMagg o. I .. at'MM S .. ....................
famed home run bitter, blasted : overthrow and .scored: 'on i iiigraV Barracks. Afternoon the r..ir.r.i'Jlne- ; a a aIE'
England April. 30, 1940.. 1 L Army .r::.::- -- ,line - - - -- - -
the ball over the roof of the leftfield 1859 I! hams single to. right"j: !: ; kaUws.which ri..i' mr.mximrIlUJUfmu
-Ballington Booth, foun.der The Northern Lights are caused fSUNDAY.- of the F1 rtd* Hsettuast;: mm umnnmmmummmrJII1IIIImIlll! .
stands in Comiskey Park of the Volunteers of ..Ameri electrical i Joe Lewis fanned,. 'but 'Solof ,First Game-Conchs vs. Scor railway' banMbveqaent utSeptember.

''f t Chicago, four times. He was the !ca,. son of the, Salvation Army: 1.4.passing by an through the discharge low mon hit to second :andithe'b83ei/ pions. 'aadr mov.Kl. l aKil J8/b-the*ni-'-tot abandoned.emb $.rC4 ; : :
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I oply right hand hitter everto hit Ia I founder born in. Englan Died j]pressure' air, at altitudes from, man* let the 0011.&i through1: h\1i11;I \ .Second: .Game-Atomic Bombers in aaid-'riKht'of; way-aaM or'agreed. :: :
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ball over ,the structure. Two in 50t, and Ingraham scored..1. Pazw flied to he ld.to.' some -pjibllct aBthop.Ity : fl _
: New York.October 5, .1940. [J \to 500 feet above the earth's' ; : vs. SubRon Four. for.k1gbway'prPteseS.; .. ,
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I'' left-handed sluggers Babe I' i j face. out to right. '. l,A'*" : place of residence If"..living, art tp .. -

Ruth and Lou Gehrig-did it, .The, U. .'S. food' industry filled I Score: ." *It.JJtl.i: ; I Subscribe to The Citizert, 25cweeTcly. plaintiff .kn.'I\! ., *"- .f ; 'II': i,< J -" :
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however. VX-1 Flyers .. .001. 901 0r 54 ill '"
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about 20 billion cans in Toe eahb.r.btqdir.4ndrequired. : '
1947. "
.... Subscribe to The .Citizen. I are
'- ., .t 1 V.1s.
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Elks' Club' loo'ooJ:: : 3 i t to fU. aB. Bp4ranc4 I. .
I the abate ..tJI-"cMurrt.: and .-a... .\ .
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FIVE' KILLED. !>( BASEBALL BUS CRASH Henson and Demanis; J. Lewis i LEGALS I of action '. .- iSo -'th day..' l Asa <:' 'II .
I and Henriquez. A j j I. as,. '154*. .. ., ,
-- .1 The ac 'te'-1: tn forego ..
r- Two-base "hits J; lJ"wisSuV-1 1i la. it:
ITHK rOfRT OP THR CO II NT V cause of a..lftIta".,< *
I ton; stolen bases: Paso .Arlington 1 'nDfF. VO\ROK rOII'T": tke title the plaUUff,aaH Ja .
i 2, Henson; struck. out by j ri.UHID\.' I\- PROR*"'F.. to quiet tItle thev'to 'IB.ihe, plalal
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\OTICK TO rKEOITOn tiff and for Jonctlon.against i
Lewis 3. by Henson 3t: bases.,on I <1,53- rrvbat Act. $ecs. IlS, 12-*) front a-*ertln martft( or' claim .
t balls: off Henson 2. off Lewis 4; l..-r.: Kotale ..f to aaM land.r f .
I JKNNIK ANNA BROWN. .NB- AND ORDfcKED Key
hit by pitcher: .Hanson sacriftc ,
____ neat.To' 'wt Florida thin-July 4th. 14*. .'
hit: Solomon ;time of'game: 1.10; i iI All CredItors an umpires: Griffenand. YiJIa ill: I Haying Claims or lnan.. leek of the abevethe.. .0- '
Agt4nat Said Koiate: erihed or named r court '.
I scorer Aguilar. You and earn of yon are hereby By: F1of fw* .:. 1I"J"P"D. C. .
e4iit ; !' n.ttn.4 aid required lo prv.wMt Oe' K. McCafclU7ZS
:
: In the nightcap .the 'Vets forfeited ally claim and demasda which CamU.ve1 .
Coral Florida.
youAT either of you may Tiavraitaliivi Cables
to Adams Dairy and then tk* evtat of Jrn.t. Aan Attorney for .
| played an exhibition Bro,.rn. deCeased. late. of said PLa'-J: th.1.S.1tdBROAbWAY', _
C'ouaty. to the County Jade of I .
; j Adams won*by a 10 to! 2 8; 'BCO":. Monroe Owmty. Florida at bin. ofllp ,
I *. !. the court house of saidCoUftty :
at Key '''''''to Florida ., .
Two Made I It wHln eIght calendar month: '..
i Only from the time of the first p.l>- .
,llcatlon<< of thin aotl<<-.. Each claim ... "

I craCAGQ .Wi T- CBjly' t\1tq. shall demand- Rtate shall the place h* In of writing residence and CIGAR STORE :
I
i players ever have ni, ,homer an 4.pcat office address of the4liieat. -
into : Park'scenter and shall t>. aware to by .
ChicagoVomijkef; FOR HOME J
esaimant. his agent of his at- 61Ci.Duftl Street : or
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LiakcLreaeherL4il8ntyFuzz : i ,
S"r ey and any sock claim or dod _..- "
and 'Hank,.Greerfberg." botlirightha.n ..an -..t. -a. filed abatl bo void. 1 ,
CBd> ;;1are-rite X It Spaldi .. ."
.3..rt'f' ; e turn? A.*.es.et'atrb .f the Last \Vill sad ,COMPtCTSBASEBALL COMMERCIAL USE !
ed the trick during their ,American I,, 4Teat Beat of Je.a.. Anna l -
T
League careers:: The wan' is Brawn deceased .
j\JUtt-Iaust.CL
440 feet away from home plfite. .' i :: IF.. Are Prepared To Furnish You 'With 1p !

I and is 35 feet high. rm'STXOZia R' .ARM. .BBAND. a COfTZXTKHQIPfl a B B SCQ.R.11); :', :c10 Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE :

Lz..i:4fl: ; f Before Columbus. American I ti

Indians smoked .cigarettes;: rolled; POPOLAH I1AfI.2; 1 !
(ff) Wirephoto [ COFFEE :TlrOjapson Inc.
in corn shucks. crude cigars :and : Enterprises, :

FIREMEN PROBE SMOKING RUINS ef the Dululh. Xinn. baseball bus. wrecked near St. PauL pipes. -1 HILL Cigars ami (.w :

Wino Stturday. in a collisIon with i truck. Tb. wreckage is still too hot to permit removal of I The >MMH H HW *MMH M IHI *'eJfU' 'at J' N i-;:!! (ICE DIVISION) .
"barking'frog" vbf '
fiv. bodies from it when the abe!..photo via .taken. Fourteen persons were injured. some WO. 9 ;
critically.' % very has a call that resemble?'. .l:411( Crocen SohDMs: :: FSQHE ..j KEY WEST. FLA.I .''.

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PAGE., '( EIGHT. i- .. THY'. w.tS't'.cr.tIZEN WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1948Vels' '
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Insurance [ : MINISTER AM J GIRL LAND IN JAIL .
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; Where*tnd When To Meet -: .,
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Reinstatement I :CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONSAmateur

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Deadline' 31 .. .
July : .. ..... AA..AAA..AA..AA.' .

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Amateur Astronomer Monroe County
Veterans of World War II I
are Meets 1st Wednesday of they i Tuberculosis) and 'Health

advised by Eugene Anheir, contact month, 8 'p.m.at' members'. Association

representative, that the July homes 'Called! 'meetings.: ,

21 deadline on restatement of MARYLAND ---'-- '

NSLI (GI insurance) will be : American, Legion N.Ty Wives Club No. 88

reached next Saturday, and re ;Meets,,2nd and 4th Wednesday -:- :Meet every Wfdne 1ay. "2 p. *
of the month- p. ro. LegionIfcmc m,' at NCCS Center, 1021 Duval ; rs
gUest for reinstatement
be I '
Stock.l;landAtnetlen .- street!
valid,..must. be postmarked not \\* ,, .fTl -I -

later than July 31. Veterans Lesion:AuxiliaryI I I'\ Parent-Teachers: ,Associations L

having carried insurance during *Meets 2nd-andand ,4th Thursday*. KEY' WEST JUNIOR-SENIOR
oZ.lberlti HIGH SCllool-Meets 3rd Tues-
their' service can reinstate regardless mtha8js.Aaa.5 Legio.
Home Stock; day of the month 8 p. m:, in High
of the
uate the insurance -
lapsed upon payment of i ; I. )Sch" vl 1 Auditorium _
DIVISION STREET ELEMENTARY -
two:premiums for the amount of Business and; ,Professional, ] '
insurance they desire to reinstate It Women's Club SCHOOL-Not announced. T
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and Meets 3rd Wednesday of the HARRIS ELEMENTARY:
a signed statement ,.,. ..... '. SCHOOL:Not 'announced.POINCIANA .
showing they are in as good W wircpnoio month,:.8"p.. in.'Woman'sClubhbuse .
health as on the date of lapse (if 219 Duval.; street. PLACE ELEMENTARY
not totally disabled). THE U. S. NAVY'S BIGGEST AIRPLANE the 92-ton Lockheed Constitution, taxis in at .theN SCHOOL-Not an-
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"The Veterans Administrationoffice ...l Air Station at Patuxent. Maryland. at 'the: cud cf her 2.600-mile flight from Moffe.UField. Chamber of Commerce j nounced., *

located Calif. Average speed on.the trip was about 260 miles .hour 'It. was the first time the
in Room 218 Post per 'ship, Meets 1st and 3rd -Friday of]t ;:'.-:' \ -:.

Office Building Key West (Telephone had landed outside of'California although she liad made,:about. ISO test flights. .. month,_ 12:15: p. "m... .at Jackson Pythian Sisters.

245), will remain open -- .... -- -.:.- $..- ----.' -'..-r _- ... ,.. ......- .__ _:.... '.a..a'-.. .',___._. Square YMCA. Key West Temple No; 20 of. {& Photo
Saturday until 5 p.m. for the .. ,Meets.:1st.and31"4 Monday
convenience of Veterans of Monroe .. .\ raonthi .7:30 p. m. at Knights of THE REV..D. A. MARTIN (right). Baptist minister from Green.

County for the of Submarine, Lamps' .Daughters of the,.Confederacy J P'thias'lLaII,728. $ Fleming.5 reet. Ville. S. C- and Miss Lois Chandler. 27 (left). his former mla[
: '
accomplishing these purpose reinstate- Meets-! .Thursday.. of..the. : : ., ... -' :tionary student are in Jail at Atlanta. Ga. Police: said they

ments. Veterans desiring to reinstate Used To Fish : CHURCHES. QF.lill'Y WEST month. 4t30. <'p x. \m.. .at member -"'. Police 'AthleticLeague''Meets' '. :admitted living together man and wife after leaving a newly

should bring any data Trap.: "i. homes... 4_ every Monday; 8. p.m. torn) baby on a doorstep .in Gr* nTille. They were held for
..u.u.u..u..sas .u asau.u .a sa+. :Greenville
they may have in their possession ia i NCCS,1021Duyal street police.

showing their policy num- MOSCOW-W)-Evening'M s- .(All:Services"'On :Sunday. { : r ..METHODIST.f '". -,';. Disabled American VeteransCalled'.meetings ', -- -- _
and'effective date; otherwise cow" reports'fisherrtten 'air- using '' Un Otherwise Noted) FlwCCaurch'3; L. I *' Rebekah',Lodge -- -- h
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bring.a:;copy of their discharge submerged electric.. ligJ:1ts'in: : '. WHITE' A I f Sunday Services; 10:50: &:\ri. and ; Sp>rilihg.. Waters N'". 14

Mr.- Anheir saidThe'deadline catching spratThe system,, per-' Assembly; of God' 7:30 p.nv Sunday School:45 L. ? ..Elks.qiuh. BJPOX_. ? Mfecti-2n4-and 4th,Tuesday. of
for reinstatementof fected by'a. Prof. Uorisovas, allows Georgia and: .Petronia 'streets. I a.m. Youth t meetaillg,6l5; :-.m., : Meets 1st and,3rd Thursday of month 7:30: p.nv *l Knights of I : SHADE
NSLI regardless of date of the' Caspian fishermen to Sunday ServicesJ.. 11 a.m. and r. Fleming Street_ i the- month;/'soo -p. nu.at Clubhouse .-< I'1hiaS' Hall'',' 728 .Fleming street .i M !

lapse;. R Saturday July '31. Arrangements lower a series'of 800 to 1,000- '7:30 p.m. Sunday School" ,>10* ,atm: f .Fleming and William;:sVeets. ; 313' Duval street I '

have been made watt lamps into the sea. which Youth, Services, '6:30: p.m. Sunday ScrVl:50! () .
with the postmaster at Key West attracts whole schools of the I 7:30: p.m.. Sunday >School> ,9:45: i Garden Club of'Key' West. [ Meets; .every -Thursday, 12:15: Son to Whites J 1 AM 9ATIKKACTUHVCOOLIMi! K>0\V.>t
for all mail addressed to the Veterans fish] I I 'Baptist-; tbmopih..Ji' .A-son Was born at itiu o'clock
r a.m; "Youth' meeting, 6:3.o..< : p.n. Meets 1st' Thursday'of p.: JTO., at 'Ephc pal Parish Hall
Administration and deposited I Once the sprat are near the Eaton and Ba.Jtama'streets.. '.'.' last nigh| in the Key West SHUT OUT SfMilKU-S KE--
i Song Service, 7:00 p ln. *' ping October through Bahama -and: Eaton streets. Gen-'I LKNTltKSS HEATING JJK-;
in the Key West Post Office :lamps they are hauled quickly Sunday Services 10:30: a.m.. and I Ley Memorial May at!: (he'WbraanV Clubh< ; eral' Hospital to Mr. and .- MUSH THAT RADIATE
up1 to midnight will be post- :aboard nearby ships with nets: 8 p.m. Sunday School.,,9:45: a.m. : Charles. B. White 3735 AvenueE. niGHT THROUGH KVERVWlNUOW
'. Division and 'streets. 319 Duval street ANI/) DOOR NuT
One Georgia e'l Scout Troops I'
marked as of that date. Check I: expedition caught more B.T.U. 7:00: p.nv: I' /: : .
SHADED ON THE: Ul"TSllJWWBIiW
Sunday-Services 10:50-a.natand. White 3 ,
order etc. should be than 3,000 poods in an evening : .4 'Boy 'Scout.Troops ( ) -
money used to make premium ]i'1 i by the electric lamp method. ,I Ii (,1 -Catholic. 7:30 p.m. Sunday School,: 9:45: .Human Society Boy Scout. Troops (Colored). C
pay- a.m. Youth meeting 630: 'p.ui. Office 240-C .'1 .Sea Scout 2 GirlS I
Meets :
quarterly Troop
.
mentSDo not send cash Mr. An- I St. .Mary's Sla rof the Sa, Division Portable Handy
heir adyises. i Apply To Wed, I street! and Windsor lane. I r ''" Poinciana; Place, Phone ..O.J.. Put JTjroqps, 1 Brownie Troop. I JALOUSIESThe
*: Call Isadore Weintraub,, Phone
Presbyterian., .
Masses' Sunday 7. a. m; 8:30 a. HOT WASHERS original. I *lv.tf>4 S-!.-!,
I
m., 10 a, ml: Confession, 'Saturday I White and Washington streets.Sunday Junior Chamber of: Commerce 857.. for meeting. dates.. ".)..1..'.. .'..,Itl... An for I '
application marriage
a m THINK! t t\KrriAX.
Services 11 a.m'Felluw-:
license was filed .yesterday "in. 4-6. p.m..,7-8p.nu: .- thip" Iloiif, 7:30<' ., Meets everyWednesday", 8 p. Veterans of Foreign WarsCalled .$26.95 'and 36.95 n'.I'u
CongressionalGrist --=--- .p.nu m, at" Clubhouse; Flaglci1 Ave. ('OO'.F.'IT!' A\VMfJMTOIIM
the'.office of County Judge R 1y-j 4 I Boulevard--- :.meetings' at Clubhouse i S "' !SMfTTKnPHOUUKH
Donald A. Christian.'Science Society I and fiAHIVKTII.ATIO
mond R. Lord by 218- Elizabeth street ELECTRIC FANS >
Mill\ Monroe, 18, of the U. S, Navy !l .327 _Elizabti' ':street ,SundayServices I COLORED: .!' : f '\ ..rf
LIGHT
and .Avenue. E. Know, .19, .of;:' '11a.m.' .Wednesday. ;,8 !' A. M.' E. ,Bethel Junior. Chamber'' of Commerce Veterans:of. Foreign .Wars I .$5.45 lo 41.95 ('oTItoLSIIAIIE

By REP. GEORGE SMATHERSA West Oasippe, New Hampshire If"n..m.: I. .Division and' -Thomas'-sireets. Auxiliary (Jayshees) Auxiliary from Heat ENTIRE Bid Clare W1NIH1W of Son'
1 I. -' : I Sunday'Services* 11 arm:i rand, 7 Meets every other Wednesday t "Meets "2nd and 4th "Thursday Rays. AHMIT: LIGHT .nd
1 C'. / Church of* Chrlat.. .: !p.nu.SundaySchool.; 9:30'aiT4; 8 m. at Jaycees' dubhouje, ,. I TROPICAL TRADER ('(JoUSt] .HHHBZK. <:&IVEY
p. VFW Club-
little more than week Seeks Divorce : .. of tnoritK., 8 p; m.. at rtf PRIVACY and CL.EARVlliW .
a
ago i iA Ashty. Von Phistec'streets. .
and Boulevard'Junior
f riagler: the Public Health Service cele- 'Sunday-services, '11 am, ,and (i"- : ; -' I 119 Duval Street Phone 1000
brated its 150th ;. A. :sM.- E., Zion.' --"'-- :
anniversary.The petition seeking a divorce i 7:45 Sundax h oJ, 10,a.m. "
p.m Woman's Club "lSiibscribe..tto'The ,
.
Service today, however, in 'the' Of-I,( '-' I' Slundaj-Service? ,11 aJiu an7 CitizemFOxITCHENS .
was filed .yesterday YouhmGetiU,7:15: p.m.- ipjn./: ; ,Sunday School 0:30 a.m.' Meet 1st Tuesday' of-month. :
I :
bears little resemblance to its --- -
fice of Circuit ,C curt' Clerk Ross] : : 'Woman's Clubhousc319 i" -- '" r
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7:30 at
humlle.beginning as a program C. Sawyer by"" Anthony Earl..s : Church-rood'?...- / J .. p. m. 'street "..' ,
to'care for ailing seamen. It now Powell against Dorothy. Mary I 909 Angela street. .Sunday'Services ..-. 'Baptist Primitive: ; !pva1 ; : .

employs 16,000 persons 2.500 of PowelL! J ;:,H a. hi'Yvulltglteting: ;; : !Sunday Services-It 'alhv" and ** icfub' 'L I :'Lv4t'.2:1iiassnl :
whom are commissioned health \' "' "" 8 p-ml: : ;, -l L *" Key' West Golf ;: BAfHROOMSCfllLDRlN'S 1
Friday, : : "DesigningSitg
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"monthly Municipal
officers; In 1947 appropriationsfor .1 = Meets, '

the Public Health Service to- Interesting NotesIn J ,-- -- -, Methodist Newman.Division CCI!. Course, Stock Island.. ... ROOMS f t 4Iw >

talled $104,000,000. During this 1 Poinciana ,' Community, Hall and Whit he.ad':5ts.. : rav fr ntlott
past session the Congress appro- all about 8600 species of i Poinciana Placei.Sunday: Services, Sunday'Services- ".m.. am-J," Key West v Hotel'and: ,Restaurant"

priated funds for a badly need- birds are known belonging to|I:I:;'11:00: a. m. Sunday#. School, 9:30a. 'p.m. Sunday School9.30. ,4Methodist nu Association:
ed clinical research center and more than 140 different families. Called meetings..' "
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: m.' 1.- 1lIlii PriHtinlJ
authorized the purchase of 300 1! --- Wesleyan' '
acres of land adjoining the pres- More thaI kinds of birds j! Services Key West PlayersMeets"
Congregationalj Petronia street. Sunday -
ent site of the National Instituteof have become extinct during the j ; 1st Monday ''of the
j I 527 William street Sunday 11 am. and 7 p.m.Sunday
Health. The facilities of the last two centuries.Not I month 8 p. mX at Barn Theater. Advantages
Institute have heretofore 1 t i Services 10:50 a. and 7:30: p School. 3:30.pjn. rearof Woman's Club.319 Duval ..... .
been Lit. .
l m. Sunday: School. 9:45: a. m. ; Our Specialty Is UN- rm> r *r. -

crowded onto a 90 acre tract extinct a in single Africa bird and has only become one I I Youth meeting, 6:30. !p.m.Episcopal. St;, Peter's Episcopal' street. .' 'USUAL PRINTING cf .ers....d.t .1..1..(. ..........tntmtm Installed. ,
which was given to the Public All ........ .
Wedding enr.erall (
Type *
South 'America I Sunday, Services, 8. a.m..arid : ......... .rawhNden11A
two in Asia
ITeilth 'Service many years ago or Key West, Radio Amateur Club Invitations Social a_ *r
1 I '
3:30 "_.. ..... ...
and Australia. 7:30 ..p.lJ'Chuic School ; aarr.wl.terlekl
by a' Washington man sufferingfrom SV- Paul's. Duval and Eaton \- Meets every Mlnday,1:30 p. m., Cards All Typesof .. i...*.... TfcderM .
cancer. (, Sunday 'Services." p.m. in.St. Mary's' Parish. Halt; 1021 Printing end Engraving .. .. ..tlf/. Iremtmtrmtfr .
Hawaiian Islands and streets.<< ; 7:30,1| wlarfvw. rrchra ....
The clinical center will be The |
new I&,15.; 11,alnv and 7:20: p.m..Weekdays Duval, 'stretC'. at MODEST: see... imor*.
'.
New Zealand have lost a-great .
used .by the various divisions of I II Wednesday{f Presbyterian Trinily 1 COST!
the Institute of Health-the Di- portion of their native 'fauna. 7 a.- m. (except j I Simonton street. Sunday Services 1 Key West Yacht Club, F.HA. Term
I and 5:30 t
9 mj, 830 a.nu If Desired
at ,
a. '
J Jprn. t r Sunday
vision of Tropical Diseases the 7 alml: and 7:30: p.m. ''Luncheonmeeting every Saturday
The Trumpeter Swan weigh-'1, : -.1 1 .t. .,. -KEY WES1'VENETIAN -
Cancer Institute the Division of I | Schoo, 330 pjn. noon 'Clubhouse, 'Roose-
Infectious Diseases, and the new- ing about 35 pounds is the largest : 1 l velt Boulevard. BLIND

ly' created Heart Institute-in flying bird. I Temple B'na'i Jewish i Zion. Simonton I- Baptist Friendship !; THE ARTMAN PRESS COMPANY
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the study of treatment and the and' Southard streets. Friday.-- 8p.m. I t"1 Thomas and Virginia streets. Kiwanis Club of Key West Walls and woodwork 123 DUVAL STREET
searcH for cures in their fields The name Arizona has been Tues- painted with Vita- PHONE 51
and I
Services, 11 ajn. Dinner meetings every
.Sunday
Saturday, 7 a.m. Sunday Call 1042 for Estimate
included in .the titles of 56 dif .
Prior to this time the Institute I 6:30 'V&r Interior Finishes are In the CITIZEN BuildingFSHE
7:30 ,
P.nL day p.m.
11 i I (II
School. a.nuTODAVS
ferent motion pictures.A t with
washed
Health has carried on its work easily soap
I ..... =.0.-. --or;: ; ::;s:;;
.
---- of mod-
lid and water. Plenty
largely on a laboratory basis and -:-- Knights of Pith a Lodge No.
II : _. _. ,
the officials out there obviouslyfeel year's output of tin plate | REPUBLICANS STALL Meets every Friday 8 p-rn-at; era colors to choose from. -- -- -
from U. S. 'steel mills would BIRTHDAYSKnow I '
that they can perform a street One more effective service by work- make a can 14 1-2 miles.highand i America e: (Continued From Page One) : 728"Fleming leaves no brashmarks.Driet .
( ) I
large enough in diameter {placed on. prices by the*special
ing directly with patients. I Cranstcd William, general I '01 there will Lions Club quickly. RME'N
to enclose Pittsburgh. session congress. !
Having been one of the spon- manager of the American News-''!:00 a revolt among,large blocs of Meet 'every Thursday, 6:30
sors of legislation establishingthe : Association] Lions Den, 1013 Semi
Publishers at
Old tin cans have been used paper voters against, the Rcpublcan p.nx,
ally Heart anxious Institute to know, I was what natur-pro- in paving the bed of the Los An-' born 'in Augusta, Ga.. 53 'years:.i ticket in the November. election.' nary-street. We Will Buy YourVFISH

geles River to keep the river ago. .I -__ 1>nlaloe
gress had been made toward set- from undercutting its banks. Rudy Vallee, actor crooner.' Masonic Organisations WSL. FISH CRA1"' ETC
ting up the Heart Institute and band leader, born at Island Pond,![DISORDERS IJ'l'; RUSSIAN All Meetings at Masonic Temple, 54.75 UsasgsM] -
getting its program under way.I Vt 47 years '. (Contmued-From.J'ageL.One) .533 Eaton Street
ago. H2 I Call 569 and We Wil 11 I Your
The United States used from Pick-Up Caleb
learned that QT.
the budget covering Joe E. Brown popular actor-.. Germans would be left with valueless DADE LODGE- meets 1st GAL
the 500.000 appropriated for six to 10 million ounces of silvera comedian born jn Holygate money. and.3rd Wednesday. 8 p.m- I 1 OPEN'24 HOD RS EVERY DAYREEZE
the Heart Institute at the close World War .11 to 'that
during the
year It was further said LODGE meets 2nd,
Ohio 56 years ago.; ANCHOR '
of the last session, has been make military insigna. Charles Stanton.. former mem- Russians had. failed to complete: and 5th Monday. 8 p.m- I'' PIERCE BROS.'j TROPICAL F PLANTat

worked out. O( that amount ber of the Civil Aeronautic; Administration preparations for the -ultdertak- ORDER. OF EASTERN STIR I!/ 301 GRINNELL STREET the Corner of Caroline
$175.000 has been allocated for now in Brazil bornin ing. Several details ;wereJ>ot meets 2nd and 4th Friday, 3 p.m..:I
the Draining of specialists in ,Jon't DO that! MedfortL Mass, 55, years ago. given as a result of which ,the DeMOLAY meets. every Tuesday j Corner of FLEMING and I
heart diseases, and another lost'.much in t ELIZABETH STREETSPJIOIS'K
Rev. Dr; Emory Ross: of New Germans tittle ,;8 p.mRAINBOW. _
$250,000 has been set aside for inquiries about''t ttle7 pro- meet
York noted Disciples of Christ making (. GIRLS every
grant to states and private institutions I foreign missionary born Ken- cedure to follow. other Tuesday, 7 .p-m. :.I 270 (4 J'I JI > .
to aid in the research -
.
dallville, Indiana 61 years ago. "Y I it
work they have undertaken.This Edward Davi:on. poet. dean of 'Vatican City, granted;the, sta Ministerial J Association' You can depend upon

sum will be matched on an the Washington and Jefferson tus of an independent.' state, Meets 1st Monday morning ofII 1 mr J' I'racrlplion Departnent -

equal basis by the participating I College. Pennsylvania born ,inScotland.,50 within ) 1929. rovers 103 the month at First Methodist'. d0
agencies. A beginning has finally R.of1e.n 1 lo use only the
year ago.:J... t acres.. ., ? & Church.
I been made in the battle Dr. Fred Lida.ir. of jhc Unl- .. ,- ..It ,i 5; .* II : r t Purest and Frailest' of
"J
aganst Killer.the- nations "Number. One r:7I : I'versity of Chicago;Darned obste-'J. A "transcontirtent&lSQ\ JH Uu I km. Monroe County. Audubon' 1:1I Ingredients

tricianJY'necolgisborn.) -in An-,.1 erican jailroacC( : end '.jj ei : Society
Public' Health Service has '
available Thp for. free distribution ,.Iowa. 71 .yearsago.. ; west; at';Lif8;;'Frtt is tr{ onpoint1 e L.Called tni t1ngs._ I .
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I I Stanley P; Barnett:, managing :Q00'fert at ijeeve1. '
pamphlets covering a wide editor :or the Cleveland Plain.1 : 'I:1'I- -

range .of .subjects having to do Dealer,...tjorn Danville',, Indiana; ." ,, : \ : i Prescriptionand is Called For
with health. Among them are 156- yew' agOlV ,' ,* .-' ..!.-. -- :I THREE HOTELS m MIAMI\ at POPULAR
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