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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 29, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL.. LXIX. No. 180. .KEY WEST, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY, 29, 1948 PRICE
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TRUMAN\ DEMANDS PRICE, CONTROL OF" CONGRESS -.

InvestigatesDeath I. .. ; I President Asks
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I CICUMSTAMIIS ;>.1 .x- ovcrnor :J EXAMINE JURORS IN ;1 e; 1IIORI1T TO CIILCKIiNSTALLMENT

; NOf"M2 ARRESTED 151 Y-
Fred P. Cone 's a ,'
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IN cii>C YET i ; OOO
-$7 DAMAGE SUIT LNGn
J. i:I Died Yesterday ; ; 4.,..t.t.,t I"Y...t
peace Justice Y. Porter IV,i ,
i WASHINGTON July 29: _
an.f a Jury of six. men went to I I t Father Anil Son IJriirz Ac-<< *-. T President
+"p.rathon this morning to investigate en,.I..ee.'.. Pr._I j : Truman through Paul

the death of Frank W. Davis 'I LAKE CITY. Fla. July 20Frfed '-I lion Against K. Thump. 1L' LIO. S'J PRESIDENT Porter former OPA administrator -

57, following an altercation,J' .P. Cone 76. who VMS govetnor : ., sent a request: to congress

in his Marathon home at, 2 a.mv:'* of Florida from early January !' soil And Coca-Cola Company today, asking that he be author-

today.- .. 1937. to January 1941, died j t : ized to roll back prices to what
No one has been arrested ,as c.
j et, although Jack Howe also of late yesterday In the Lake r Shore !( aR+ they were last November.

Marathon admitted to Moreno Hospital'. here. !I II fc.' M Damage suit for $75,000, d h' t The President pointed out that

Wallace 'chief deputy sheriff I}{ lie was stricken July 21 with a brought by Teddy Henmng, 6. prices are continuing to inc: 'j.,e
that Davis died while the two cerebral malady while out riding I (/H) Vvucpnolo and his father Fred against EV for many commodities and thatit
locked with "
men were together
Howe having a "hammerlock: with Mrs. Cone and was taken PRESIDENT TRUMAN' STANDS ON THE ROSTRUM and delivers his message to ,a joint ses- Karl O Thompson and the Coca- is of immediate importance to

around tavis head. to,the hospital. sion of the special congressional term he called. Sealed behind. him are Senate President ,Pro Cola Bottling Company got underway the economy of the country that
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"Until the coroner" and the Cone, who during his lifetime. Tern Arthur H. Vandenberg (left) and 'House Speaker Joseph W. Martin. In the foreground is a today before Judge Ross action be taken to put them backto

jury report their findings no one was a turpentine woods rider section of msv audience which included cabinet' members. members cf the diplomatic corps'and Williams and a jury in Circuit the November basis:: 'and hold

will be arrested." said Wallace. rural school tear s r. lawyer, both houses cf Congress. At right is closeup cf the President demanding limited price control Court here. t them there till the law of supply

"Davisdied, under perculiar circumstances banker state and an excess profit tax to help check,the risirg cost of living and avert "another great depression" .' Williams and demand
and I am unable to legislator, and Flor- I '. Judge was serving in justifies lifting the
the United States.
judge whether anyone should lie ida Democratic party leader, wasa in : the absence of Judge Aquilmo controls.He .
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arrested or not. firm friend of Fuller Warren [ Lopez Jr. who is on vacation. also asked for authoiua

As Wallace tells: the story of this ,year's Democratic nomineefor Tr I Henry II. Taylor! Sn, Henry H. tion to ration a few scarce articles .

what happened Davis "arne0 the Florida governorship AMERICAN AMBASSADOR Unity Of County,. Taylor, Jr. of Miami and Judge and also to stop them from
his death in the following man- going higher in prices.
I I One, of Cone's last public ap- I Thomas S. Caro of Key West
ner: r r The evident also requeue;
Davis his wife and Mr. and pcarancc was his introduction of Cily To Be Taken I are representing the (1cfen.:,;:-, checks be placed on instalirr nt
Jacksonville
attorney at Ldka EXPECTS TO TALK! WITH
Mrs. Howe had been having a City when hepokc: there on his ,: while the plaintiffs action was EUGENE S. BRIGGS buying, and for a law increasing::
party last nighL'During the state-Wide' "thank you" lour A t ,Up By CIA Friday'!brought by Reid DeJarnette. Lee the taxes on excess profits
rout -e of the evening the two few hours later Cone became ilL :Bradford and Summers Warden No response was received by
men had had several drinks. MOLOTOV ABOUT BERLIN *of Miami and Allan D. Clears Jr.. Eugene S. the President from GOP lead!:! ,
Besides his wife, he leaves a r Briggs
;Thi question of unificatipn of
Then the entire group wept to daughter. Mrs. Carl W. Brimnvr, f lof Key Wej>t in the house of the senate. Instead -
D IVL;' home where an argument; wife "Co.'a Baltimore Md., phys- the city end the county governments r Jurors were being; examinedthis -New in the St'l'ate. the GOP
darted between Howe and da British It '' President Of leaders first call to the
nan; two 'Lmtb<,1'So Blanch of Foreign Secretary will be taken up at the morning. Sixty Key Webt'r.J ;. gave an-
vis. MtcClcnny and Peter of Ohioand 'meting! :: tomorrow night or the I were on'hand and were sworn in ti-poll tax law believing that its
Howe{ who weighs: 145 pounds, a sister s Mrs. W. F Wdadin. Hop s Allies Will lit- said today that the rein e' ntalives -.:Cjvic Improvement Association j by Judge; Williams as prospective Lions Club Assn.rrlr consideration will start a filibuster -
Grabbel Davis who. weighed 245, of the western: bloc of nations among southern senators.
of Jick''Jiville.Funcial; The meeting will be held in the! jurors.
l 1'0u'1ds. around the lover part of Services for the Aide To iyllle) Kirlin have in mind the reopening O+ Courthouse at 8 j I Suit alleges a bottle containing : I The GOP. in the event di.,ru .
nty p.m.
ex- I" .
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the face. Then Hous said. to of discussions with Russia dis Coca-Cola exploded ut the t sion of the anti-poll tax law o
governor will be lvl ld Friday dl CIA j.; also scheduled to NEW YORK July 2"!
Davis: Ui'IHIIC' and Eugene; prolonged, intends to lOran
home, 12th street move
10:0: H,m. at the First Baptist about the German.question gen cuss the'appearance before theCounty jllenmng S. Briggs: Enid
"If I let go:; of VIM'* will you 'h" T.f: Rev. Dr. E. J'. .. .. .. Commission next Tuesday -{l Staples avenue ,on Octobed 5, Oklahoma is adjournment of congress and
promise not to fight:: me. any Cliurru 'tv FistP'rchv : .,ry T" A--' r' erally.' In that way. Bevins said, of committee to discuss 11946, and that a piece of the the new president of the International thereby frustrate the President
Montgomery, pastor 'of )the t night a -
n:en e*" _; ,Church tvrcvill BERLIN July 20-Ambassa- the Western Allies hoped to settle the changing .of the old glass struck the boy and ruined Assotialon of Lions 7n his efforts to have sevci] .il
Davis didn't answer. Howe officiate.crian. doc Walter Smith, left here by the dispute over the Berlin; white poorhouse into a home for ,the sight of his left eye. Clubs. lie was elected: by unan measures passed, including the
finally let go his hold Then he plane this morning for Moscow situation, particularly legardingianfl the aged for colored persona ,I I Judge Can and Cleare were imoua-vote at'the ;21st: annual con bill to hold down prices to 'hc"k

notju-d Davii still didn't. \e s.:< Fr.-d. P. C rwwis tracfically after" !having'had.4el .fnJn...., IhjurctJrKrtians' intheeastiern iWn:another, 'commutes is coring -.'..'on handhUi,;int.eU>lt att.! tho prospective ven.U') nf the Association.wJ: ich'closed" ..jWtatlur),,,r--- -,_ ...._
Howe investi;: aced and thought ,unknown. Key West:; when he don> with For Secretary! Ernest zone hy the Allies against to ask the comm vision to setup '}JuroiSr:"lh y know;. the Fee today.. llngssuc f; t '
something wawn.n:. Then announced for governor.: However Bevins and with General Lu- traffic originating or terminating 9 budget for the preliminary; i local men awl are familiar, with ceeds Fred W. Smith of Ventura i Rotarians Told
Thomas Pelhain also of' Mara the latePeter O Knight of cius Clay at his office here. : in the' Russian. zone) plans for the construction, of a their connections with Thomp- Cahfoinia.i t tI
thon. came along and the two Tmnpa. telegraphed a relative in The discussion in both titles It was said that AmbasSadorSmith public library for Key. West 'son and the Coca-Cola Company i The convention con"Iud l one t

men to applied Davis. artificial respiraton -.I! Key West early in tlfc primary was about the'Russian blockadeof exports to have talks in ., .. ____ ___. __ u__Ir_-' ._ .. -.-- of the most successful years in About Polio I In
campaign that Cone would bq:, the western zone of Berlin'or Moscow with Foreign$ Commisar the history of Lions International .
Then the men discovered Da Since 1892 questions pertaining to that sub- Molotov about the differences in according to the report made

vis was dead. They called Peace' our Mr, Knight nextguvernor.close to the inside o* ject. Berlin between the ,Russian. and Jaycees To Plant Trees I t by the Secretary-General and North CarolinaFully :
Justice Lowe of Tavcrmer, who I
'state politics; had always been (Secretary Bevins in London Allied commands. i founder of the Association Mel- ;
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was unable to fo to the scene. ''vn Jones of Chicago Illinois. lie 12 cent of the morethan
right in .naming candidates who --- ---- -- --- -' -- 1 per
Then Peace Justice Porter of successful in the ; reported the formation of 813i 953 cases of polio that have
: Would be n'N'for Boulevard
Key Wes was railed. Later he Along Roosevelt i i Lions Clubs and the addition of broken out in North Carolina
selected panel of six 'men and. governor. Cone,receive*! only IIlCl'easclRetiremcnt Benefits! \ ;
a : j 1,696 to the roster of the
: 14 votes!: in Monroe in the first ._. men would be crippled for long pclods -
Marathon 1 IThere
went to Association in the twelvemonths 1
badlv beatenin Dr James B. Parramore.
primary. and
will be an InQue&t into ., was DECIDE: TO )'IMT OLE-'. ,i ended June
I the second locally b'' ( period 30, county health officer told the
the death nt Davis at 10 am.Court tomorrow Wt Raleigh Petteway primary. ,, who lost in Under Social Security! To Come were laid to obtain more information 1948. for a total of 6803 club Rotary Club at luncheon at St.

in the County thi state<<: by more than 30.000.Jlrs. ANDt.R.5t: CEJMENTSHORTAGE on the subject and it will and 3:>8,141 members. He stated Pauls Church Parish Hall at
house. f be, further discussed: at a meetingin I'i' also that during the year Lions noon today.Dr. .
ALSO DISCUSSED two weeks lime. I Clubs were established in four Paramore just came back
\ C. Thompson With Raise In Percentage Paid' ', additional countries: Sweden
ElectrocutedIn : I A motion was passed to pro- from North Carolina where lie
LAST NIGHT vide speakers on pertinent affairsas I f( Swit/erland Chile and New- had a chance to observe the effect -
it affects Key West tha Stat '' foundland. Lions International, of the polio outbreak at first
Iron Lung; Dies In Miami\ CIIIZIIN: COKRCSPOMJiEIST it Among the matters.." discussedlast (Continued On Page Three) I'(f he added, is now the largest hand.

night by the Junior Cham- j strongest and most active service "About 50 per cent of those
NEW YORK.-Mrs. Fannie Enpelke. Mrs. Clara Thompson. 74 died EXPLAINS OBJECTS come to workers without additional ber of Commerce was the ques- 'rIlO%G 14 'I, club organization in the world, affected by the disease will recover ,
36. was accidentally electrocuted II last night in Miami. r costs to employees and tion of planting oleanders along j with Lion: Clubs in 23 countrieson and have no traces left of
OF PRESIDENT) employers. Roosevelt Boulevard to beautifythe TICKET OFFICE "
while in an artificial Funeral services will be hclc'Friday Urder present rates Monroe five continents. the polio said Dr! Parramore
approaches to Key West
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"About half cf the other 50
lung. Police said that the woman ALL AIRLINES percent
afternoon 4:30 clack in County workers and employers
GOP COMMITTEE Henry Higgs of the Jaycee j will be paralyzed for soma
died when bronchoscope .
a ; now are paying in the neighborhood -
the Street Methodist : beautification
Fleming committee. said
inserted in her throat and touched .. .. ...,. ._.......I of $60000 according PRICE TOURS j time but will eventually recover -
annually
[Church where the" body will. be It-rum \\. hi el... .I ...+ that he planned to write the Sec- I<, CHICKEN WIRE without trace of the disease:
was
her chin which ,resting on \\ f !!) | to Social Security Administration ...__ II. I II
placed at 2 retary of Stats asking for tie 4u
the metal collar of the artificial f pm. WASHINGTON, D. C. July 29 per- "About half of the 25 per rent
J Rev J. B. Reid pastor of the .t records split fifty-fifty mission to plant the oleanders be for We
lung. The woman suffering froma Fleming Street Churrh. will ,.t. -Increased retirement: benefits and beginnng July 1, 1950 they around the boulevard; (I I STKUISK LUM11EK YARD will paralyzed years.
muscular weakness was placed ficiatc. Burial will bein' the as recommended by President face an annual increase of about The cement shortage it affects FOR SALE!! FOR SALE!! TELEPHONE 816 can be thankful that we in Key
the lung to aid her Truman and 4 Dr. West have not been affected by
in breathing by a commission $30,000. Beginning July 1. 1351 also MB Chevrolet -
in
family plot City Cemetery Key West was discusedlast S169 1|'I
this year"
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t Lopez Funeral Home -fc in cmoloved by the GOP Senate Finance under the existing schedule the night The importance of Sedan.Very Clean.Radio J' polio Edwin Trevor who was serving .

I tI charge:: of arrangements. : Committee and as Endorsedby annual bill paid oat only for cement to the construction: industry "47 Plymouth Club Cpe. S-189!* chairman of the meetingin
i Survivors of the deceased include both major parties will not (Continued On Pace Three) here' was pointed out, -PlansSOLTHERN' Only 7.000 MUes.RadioNAVARRO J Pa] Theater as the absence of President
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Per Sale two daughters. Mrs ama Inc. Aquiline Lopez. Jr" outlined the
Necse and Mrs. Leona Bethel SENATORS BATTLE CIVIL RIGHTSPROGRAM I! ; Kirley Grant and Ken Trietsch i in:: history of Ancua Mitchell npvvpresident

':$7 I'l 3';nioulli Coupe both of Miami : a grandchild) and -- 1\ Opposite Bus Station -I,!!I O I\G OF. IDAHO"NEWS : : of Rotary Internation
'a sister Mrs. Leon Pcacoa.: Key
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al. Mitchell native of Au -
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''.Slmleimker-Door 1-Ton ,-TRUCK CHAMPION; .Big TOMORROW t 'i. ___ t r '- _______ CLYDE-MALLORY- Nest BARGE TELEPHONE Barge LINE Leave, Inc.DOCKS 6 J.Motor General Tuile-up Repairs& Duffy's NOW OPEN Tavern



.19 SllId..Jk..r Best Nears o/ dIP Sensual- Miami Snt.. Jr 31 ON ALL CARS

?..Ton TRUCKTwins If You CANT READ* 11 AM.3A.M..
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"Your friendly } For Sale : Late Breal/atg

Studebaker Dee'er" 194S ROYAL CHHYSLER It oe' Motors\ l Inc. f I. Complete Luncheon

1130 DUVAL STREET SleeksRedImning'Aagnst I 4.Door$100X00- ( ""S our friend// Ford Dealer" Table f//ote Dinner

PHONE IKS .:Very Clean .. VyJO; I lilt Whit Street Phone 725

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J6l/i "k a t i. 'CI IM1 PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE I H. K. MOORE M. D.
CHARLES .
R. ROBERTS MUSIC STUDIO sinoxoo.
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PIANO INSTRUCTION Bargain .,. . I
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Interview's\ by AppoiiiLuientTelephone 1941 FORD For FonrJFecks

FOUR SOUTHERN DEMOCRATIC SENATORS CONFER la the capital at Washington plans rood 899"00 .
for fighting civil rights Buy. . FROM THURSDAY. JULY 29
872-R legislation at the special: session ef Congress. Left to tight Senators A.
Willis Robertson of Virginia Richard B. Russell of ,Georgia. Lister HIll of Alabama, and oils NAVARRO.IncOpt. I While He It Away Engaged In A Four.IVtek

613 MARGARET STREET.' Opposite Harris School > .. Johnston of South Carolina Russell has been named chairman of the southern bloc which promises I Po.t-Craduate'SIlldy at Harvard Unitertltyo

< to -fight! .to the limit of ear ability" against civil righli legislation Bus Station .

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PAGE TWO THE KEY WEST CITIZEN THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1948

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1w UCeij mrst Eittezii! : 'PRICE 1>' OF _NO- _CONSEQUENCE- _-- ,'- -. idi; ; WHERE UPPER INCOME FAMILIES CWOUl Your' Horoscope LEGALSiv :

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PnbHsbed Dally 'Exsept!: Simdav. byL 'I u
P. ARTMAJI. Owner and PabUsberAORMAN Ofle) Key West man said one day in 10 FAMILIES THURSDAY JULY 29. 19-12- THE nRrnT rot-RT op THE
D. ARTMAX. Baslnes* Maaa.ef ................... .... VI- EVERY WITH ANNUAL When properly directed, this is a nt.K\': KVTH jt'mn*i. Oltn'IT
From Th Cttlaen BuildlaaT The Citizen that there is a shortage of cement INCOMES OF $5,000 ,strong character OF TUB !STATE OP FLOHn) .
Corner Green and Ann Street OR MORE ____ diligent in pur. IN 4.M> FOR HORROR COI VT. ',

Only Dally Newspaper ia Key West -dMonroe in Key West, and the next day another I Daytime Summary t, suit of. its aims intelligent In 15 ."rRRI-. '
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County ; 5 direction of its forces
I Wester said that the cement I Selected program a. listed below LIVE IN UALN0NFARM gr"1 THOMAS HOlIER MUHN.
Key
;ntered at Key Went Florida .. second cfasa matter I *'c broadoet at the um tilDe Man. AREAS AND .. .. ., I often winning toy force of care-] Plaintiff.vs. .
stuation locally is about the same now as I day threuth Frid/y. Eastern local ful. systematic planning. But it! DIVORCE
MEMBER OP TUB ASSOCIATED IRE I t_. For central subtract ono hour; Je. SMALL ernes is KVrilBRIXr .JANE F. 1LLEX.
., The Associated Pn:.. Is exclusively entitled AoU. : wa -.a year ago. I1 mountain subtract two, hours. .I :ur.MMMr-tt something necessary that the Defendant.
.. for reproduction of all new dispatches cred x IPTO 50.000 J energies be turned toward work ORDER OP PVBLICATIO*

to It or not otherwise credited In this paper. ...u4 .. And so it goes, in business as well as JULY 26 THROUGH JULY :30 : .. and not allowed to dissipate TOKatherlne Jane P. (omen III a
ilso tbe Jocal news published here. HJ* Prescott .eePortland : ,
in social life, everybody does JJQ t see. eye themselves in contention. Oregon. f
_ 8CBSCR11TIOX RATES Mor.lisg1:00ifoneymoon Lk42 I Too are hereby required In ap
Doe Tear .$1000 to eye. la N. T.-nboBrcaklast IL LIVE IN LARGE CITIES &$ L pear to the Bill .f (Complain fur
_ .00 Club-abc r" LEGALS IHvnrce in the above
:Ix Month. loL-SP styled causeon
three Months 275" But neither of the men who discussedthe t:1S-Barnyard Foil lea-cbo 1.000.00O OR MORE I or before the 9th day of August' ,

_ .me ifonth _ _ .16* Ozark Valley Folk -mbs # I j A. !). 1948. otherwise the aile.'..
Weekly .28 cement question had anything to say 10:00-Fred Warlns Show=-nbo) \OT1CR OF PHOB4TB.IV tOm therein alL" ue taken as confes .
Music for You-eta I J THE COI NT% JtlKitrs 4X11RT. ed.
_ ADVERTISING! RATES! about the exorbitant cost of building construetionzt Mytery.Urama-abe. I VON HOB ('OI- T". OTATK 'OF This Order is to be published
Made Known on Application 10:30-Hour ot Serials-Bb r It1JiL 2 'LIVE: IN CITIES 8CTVEEN PIA)RIIA. once a week for four converutlveweek
, thhH\i.mf..tigiu; arigherthunth i; Slog Aloncct i .M.aU- Relate! nfFRF..EnICK in The Key West 'IIIa.n. *
SPECIAL AUTICB : ha v v Say It With JJuste-mtll.OO 250,000 AND 1000.000 FILER newsr-aper putiltmed in Key West<
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All reading notices cards
rf revpect. obituary notice poems etc. will be Key West, and locaj: ) deaId i inLu4ilding : Breakfast to Hollywood/-fea j' State of Florida to All Persons S ** this Tlh day of
ttarKod fur at the rate of l_xrtnta a ':n.. i 11:30 B Alexander Show-intw Interested in the Estate of ,
- Notices for entertainment l-y chulches from which materials Jhaver '.' u --' : said; Decedent. SEAL) u,,,,, c sawyer
ha'i N rsces J .. U iLL)4 'J 'lES'lt
: : 1".4t1 'itht 11:4 -Serlala % hr CITIES BETWEEN "
r revenue Is to be derived are S cents a line. You are hereby notified that a Clerk vf the
_ The Citizen 1* an open forum and Invites 41s- because of the :increase cosfs 'in.'wholesalemarkets. Afternoon 50.000 AND 250.000 ( written' Instrument purporting to .Monroe nfJI'.r.'t; : ;
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turuicH of public Issues and subjects of local _ general, Interest but It will not publish anonymous ; L .. tr.OO-rWelcomo Trave1en-a\4, salJ I decedent has been admitted to Deputy ClerkSolicitor
communications.MEMBER. 12:30-Worda and Mus1ot "!a probate In said Court: J. T PORTER. ,V
The same principle in. theStock f Mar- 1:00-Musio Half Hour- bo>-- }Ae .. Niwd.qs l You are hereby commanded withIn for. Plaintiff. *
I six calendar months from the V ilyS-15-22-2S.m&
2.OO-Doubte Nothing--nbo
ket and buying generally. "Buy'while the Queen for or a Day-mbs Source: Institute, cfLi&; Insu r. nu'k .__ :- date.of the first. publication of thIs. :
2:30-Seriala for Z\k h.be notice to apear in saiil Court and : l\ THE CIRC IT COUtT OP TUB
herd is selling and sell while the herd isbuying" Bride and' room-abq chow cause If any you drt I .:I..a taT II JinuitL rinii -
Martin Clock Records-imba he action of said Court in ir IN AM FOR

: <> 1948 should be paraphrased t6 read, :* -Ladles Be Seated-'ctv. ft.-\. .. .... ting,stand said Will unrevoked.RAYMOND to probate. shouldnot I I "01 STY. !STaTE *.' FLORID MONHOR..

"Build! when few are building and wait to SO-Tbe: Second House HOIIe'lII00D0 Party- !ba .1 Armless Typist >> R. I.ORD. I I IN rHNCKHl.4a. -: N,*. 1I-4TT' '
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(SEAL County JudReMonroe
build while many are building." The rea- 4:00-Hint'Hunt QuU-cbo Key West In County Florida.JulaugiIZ.I :MAXINE- H\UE I.E l'ialntf ROTu
For the L.nvva I11tbo, I ,
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GRIMSBY. Eng. .- AlthoughA. vs.
son for that attitude is because'\ that as .
Take All cbaTreasury .
4:30-Wlofter C. Smell lost both.' and .SlUSHY JAMES: LB' ROY.
Band Shew-aba arms :a IN THE nun IT ('OEM? OF TilE I
long as building is at peak long will) Days Cone
a so
. e.-OO-Treasury Bandstand-cbs ByAS leg in 'a 1943air 'rid, he, how .FI"\'F: :\TH JI 1)1(1 U. C'"'''' IT Defendant.DIVORCE ACTION' ','

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY-WEST I building costs remain extremely high. Kiddies Hoar (west repeat I br. works full. time"as a typist. lie. OF THE .!STATE OP PI.OHIU. INnER op PI Hl.lr''I'IO'' .,
later)-abc and mile : IN, .tll ...M4)NKOB: ('U""T'.
. To: IIARRT JAMES LB KO\
ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN The same principle applies to buying s:45-Luta and Abner-cbs-cact TAKEN FROM FILES OF has two ..artificial l ,. *kmbs.eug.'lN1pt IN HIN(-F.m. \\hone place of residence is

THE CITIZEN OF Case S.. Il-SOS unknown, and who conceal
of food. A U. S. department of Agriculture JULY 23. 1938 CLARENCE GORDON P.ONHAM. himself so that process.! cannot
.jxinotSM 'Ado>> Plaintiff. ., served
: permanently
1. More Hotels and Apartments. spokesman said, several months thatif 11IIIIImImUDJu 1W vs. MVORCK' I upon
ago, NETWORK PROGRAMS 1 rnua. t.fI\oJ : lq8MJ1! jo *
2. Beach and Bathing..Pavilion. 'WILMA. II. I To':: are required to fife In llf*
everybody in the United'Stafes stopped Eltere Local Tim F'.r central Three lighthouses .along the !":Mm1RUI'' UMeqf;:$ pf<> -aqj.,: BONIIAM.Itefendant.. I Court and cause above stated on
II'
3. Airports-Land and Sea. subtract one hour for mountain .
NOTICB TO APPB4H
Florida I or .fore"Ka..t 5. 1948 yOur appearan
eating meats for only three weeks the subtract two ttoorsvSoitte; tocal stations Reef are to be electri
4. Consolidation of County and TO: WILMA H. HONHXMMfRRY'S I <>e to the bill of complaint
change hour of relay to fit tied LEGALS I
Superintendent W. W. De- STEAK" HOt'SE for divorce<< eliie the same will betaken
prices of meats would .decrease materially. local .schedules. Last minute .
Governments. pro. -
City ,; meritt NATCHEZ. MISSISSIPPI.. I
gram ch3nges5annot be included.. I said today.. They'are Som as confessed and Decree Pro
5. Community Auditorium.MONOGRAPH added It is berebor..red that you are I Confess will be entered againstyou.
He that housewives themselves brero American 'Shoal *
and. Car- i\ THE rin< rrr cornr. OP THE required to appear on the ICth day I Thin 71 h day of July, A. JCI."U I.V
ysfort Ikcf.Proposed. F.LF.\ E1'HJIDiClPel. Olid of August 394! *. before the ahuve 194*.
the THURSDAY JULY 29
kept prices of meats and other ,
up ,. OP THE !STATE OK FLOIIIUt.l .entitled court to the Kill of Complaint ( Court Seal) "
foodstuffs, because regardless of how lyislag050News -:------- \ AMI PIN MOtHOR COI',, .. filed against you In the Rosn, C Sawyer
I changes in the lm*"rKRt.e .h.ve entitled cause aol the KevWest Clrrk of the Circuit Court
high asked }housewives Report.: Uin>-*ibaNewscast I city : ; II-S4M Citizen i is' hereby designatedas By. Anne C. nfrworth -*:T
I a price was still) etwork" Silent Every: Hour I>ay--cbs abc-east charter were discussed last nAT AI-ST1N SHIRRKLL. the newspaper in *hicb this I Clerk ..1..1.I

pajd it, though they might have complained Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-west night at a meeting of the Key .Plaintiff.. Order shall. be published once a THOMAS. .'.\nlputy
William Z. Foster, Artwork Silent U hr.)-anbs-east' West Lions Club in the First I VA. nU'ORrE week for four consecutive weeks. Solicitor for the Plaintiff.
when they bought. Kiddies Hour (repeat)-anbs-west JKXXRTTR PRANCES WHITEKHIRRICLL. shall ... published once a week for I JuI8-l -ZI.UU
Methodist Church I .
New York S:15 annex with four .n..utlvek&
-Sports: Music Time lib*
Americans, with ready on Vice President Joe Defendant. Witness the Honorable Aqnlllnn 'I'.J1.
money Of Men and Books-cbs Allen presid- IN; THE cmrt IT rotnT op
oniip.ii lIP- n Hi.irtTiovTO
Bill Lopez Jr. One of the Judges of
Dear : :30-Music Time-cbs-east The Lions as I ELK RNTH JIDIIItl. "$16'-
hand, are loathe to turn from anythingthat ing. decided to start : this Court and the Seal of thinCourt
o.45!Newscast by Three-n bo Jeanette Prase- White I <'I IT OP THE !IY.YE OP FI.QK,
other Communists will be a movement designed to In the City of Key West
and have
You they want though know Lowell Thomas (repeat ID-cbs Shirrell.' v Rll>%. IN ANI) POK MONHOKO1NT1.
even they Pl rMa I thin 14th day of July. .
the changes made. i .
IN II(\ KR'
If 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basic P. fk Box 221..
arraigned and tried for treason. you that in satisfying that want they give impetus The Lewis bhow-cbs I London, Tennesoo. (1948.Seal) Ross C Sawyer I Cane %.. II- Ta: |*>
will hear News and Commentary-aba You are hereby required to ANDREW MACKiNTOSH' oJ'
innocent appear Clerk Circuit Court j
yourselves you
prove to spiraling prices. And what is true Fulton Lewis. Jr.-mbs Charles E. Smith, who was a to tb.. Bill for Divorce filed Monroe County. Florida. I Plaintiff. 7, .
from Moscow for not attempting to 7:1*-'News and Comment-nbo delegate from the Key West Ro- against you in the above styled By: Floresx-e. Sawyer vn. I>IVuRCfi1IELP..N
of foodstuffs is true also of buildingthepublic Daily: Commentary tary to the Rotarian convention ,! raui! on or before the 23rd day nt I Deputy Clerk I )MACKINTOSH tlfDefendant. ; '
News: Dinner Date-mbs .
. overthrow the American government August A. n. 1S48 etbf'f'wl. She
JOHN O. SAWYKR.Solicitor .
i is to blame for high prices. Americans 7:30-\'an Damme Qulnt.tnboJerry held in San Francisco, yesterday '--allegation contained therein will For Plaintiff.NOTICB I ORDER OP HI.ICTIMN$)

_ by treas9n, and not living up to your Wayne ::5ho.cbsnex : made a report of the convention lie taken as 'ronfemunl.1XINK : jull .::%-!!;elllti.1I411. TO: Helen MACKINTOSH, ,
have learned labor
to but have
not Maupin 1\lusic-abc AND tRFRgli at Key _.. 6O 5est liSih Street.New .
commitments as international Communists. News Comment-robs at a meeting of the local club in ,' Went, Florida.' thi",- lust day of I TO (CRP.niTOR I York, N. 1.Ynu .
learned to wait, as Longfellow advises in 7:45-Harkness Comment-nbe Parish HalL July, A. I>. im. 119, 120) arehereby required to appear /
(1IU Prnba Act Sees.
You people are on the spot. For if News Broadcast-cbs: Circuit Court I to the Kill for Divorce fii.IlagaInst ;
his "Psalm of life. With few exceptions i IN TUB CO! HT OP TUB 4OI'NTY'
ports Comment-mba Seal) Ross C Sowyre.Clerk the above' atylyd
- innocent of attempting to destroy American when 1Icr.Arr Service Revue-nbo A new WPA scale order was of Circuit Court "tIGIBO"HOE: COINTl.FI.OHIU :. cause ny'f;: : the 9th day *>fAuKuxt.
Americans the IN .ItOR%T"
want anything
priceof The ;Medical Examiner-cba received in West Unskilled By": (..d) Fofen'e"aw.r.. A. D. 194S! "lherwi. the.
- of being Key today.. In re: Estate of
democracy guilty .
you are Frost fage Drama.-abc Deputy Clerk. allegations contained therein w llbe |
.. it, however high it may be,, does not Lucky .Partner' Quiz-mba f k .1 labor will be paid $40.60 WILLIAM v. Ai/ntur. WILLIAM 1'. CCRn1 \. taken as ronfrsned. ,
disloyal to Communism. You can't ridea 8:30-New Faces 194S-nbo also 1 known as I,*>ne and ordered at Key West
monthly with increases Attorney for Flantiff.
stdp them from buying it. Price is of no proportionate WILLIAM :MARVIN CURRY
horse in two directions at the same .. ,.)'rimlnal'abookabc Ir.' Keen Drama.-bs: for other workmen. Jul% .%'.auci.U,1tU eceased. Florida 1948. this 7th day of July. A. UMw

consequence. Talent mbs To All .Creditors and Personsflavlng .
Jackpot- Circuit Court Seal)
time without mishap. '. 1 \OTlfK-TO CRRDITOR f-laimo or Demand.
C
Ron
:
Rose SawyerClerk
- 5bb-Bflly Commentymbst' Sandra Yvonne Warren I USJJ Probate Act. Fem.; .",1OJ Against. Said Estate: of Circuit Court.

THE ORACLE The tragedy of the fleVia that he knows 600-The: Sucpenm Music Hall Dramax-lob-nbi *, ft 3 'iTWe -: daughter.of Mn and Mrs.. Joseph i\ TUB coiirr. op THB roi'\TT' I lou and each of you are hereby By: (ml. ) Anne ('. Lnarworih.Deputy .
.. JllGE. VOMIOK roiTY, notified and required to present any
___ Clerk
Tb Child'Voridabc
Warren held ,
a birthday party FMtHlllA. 1PHpntTK.. claims and demand. which or'
you.
for certain that all of his children willeventually Gabriel Heatter. Commentmba1bNewa WILLIAM V. AIJH'RV,
-W .\... .} : ;- .l yesterday Jaclqon? .Square.Mr. In re: ERnIe of,' either of you. may have against the Attorney for Plaintiff. .Bit*
., k BroadmtinIfP130Ray .... .. I FREilR1CK.. FILFR.C estate of WILLIAM M CURRY.
.
RIGHTS BY LAW go to the dogs. ..\ILLIM SJARVI'I I Jul.l.2Z.s.l64. '

HUMAN _Wiotoirapher! -cb "i :and M-rs. Charles Roberts, To All Creditors' and Persons Cl'RRY. deeas, late of said rIN
Can..id-M icrophone-abC* Having Claim or Demand County, to the County Judve of_. THE CIH,'t IT bUST OP THBEI.KKNTII
of Cl Florida visiting
CHILDREN IN CAPTIVITY I Andy Russell; Revue mta. : rwater. are 1 Against. Said Estate: Monroe! County, Florida at his office JILMCIil. I'IH1 -
':45-Movio Background-mba Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sawyer.Mr. "- IT OF TilE STATH OP Pl.O.
The Commission on Human Rights of You and each of you are hereby in the court house of said
I:55-Bill Henry JJews-mb s notified and required to present County at Key West Florida within I Hill.*. IN ANII FOR NIONROB
any claims and demands, which eight calendar months from the I'or5STu. IN (4'HAN4'KR. >
United Nations is about to compile its 10OO-.Bnb Hawk QulznLcTbei'1ayhousecbn you.or
the
and Mrs. Victor Johnsonand
..
- Responsible Greek officials make the s*%*. cither of you. inayhave aaraitirtthe time of the first publication .>f thisRotlee. Case N 11474
lioxlng: & Sports hhow-aba daughter Dorothy, arrived estate. of. Frederick Filer.. deceased Each claim or demand shallbe JOHN:" THOMAS COL.BMAN.I .
"Declaration of Human Rights, which charge that between 8.000 and 10,000 Family Theater-mbs yesterday and are guests of Mr. late St Mild County, te in writing and shall state the I!I I I Plaintiff.
10:3O-Fred AVarintr Mu,ic-nboItoorwav the County Judge et.MonroeCo.n- place. of residence and post office. :I I vs. Ill.\ (,RCR
- sets forth, but does not guarantee, those Greek children have been kidnaped by to Life-cbs Johnsons aunt, Mrs. Thurston ty. Florida at his office in the address ef the claimant and shall 1 d )IA nIl:: YVONNE THCRESi: Corn'
Dane iluslc-mbs. court house of'pslrt Coasty at Key I his 1 COLEMAN, .
\ Johnson.of Fleming street. be sworn to by the claimant <
liberties and basic freedoms that all perSons rebel guerrilla forces and sent to campsin 10:45-Earl Go/1 win Talk-rate West. Florida within .eight calendar agent or bin attorney, and anrjsuch I I months from the time of thefirst claim demand not so filed ORUKH OP m.lCATOV
or
"should be given." the neighboring Soviet ,satellite states l1OO-Xew.News and. Variety.Dance Band Z brs.-b-abc Mrs. Edward Alberttts left this publication of this notice. shall be void TO: Marie Yvonne Theresetote

News. Dance Band Z hrs.-mbs Each (claim or demand ball be in (Sd) SYDNEY C. CUTIRY. Coleman. ,l.t
where they are being given' Communist morning for Miami to visit rela- I I I .
- 'writing." and shall 2 Broadway,
In other words, the declaration repre- 11:15-News &. Variety to fc-ncl2:00Dancing state tile placeof As Admlnl!,tratrlx of the rotate of r
instructions in the native language of the Continued-,53iwest tives. She was accompnied by residence And'post. office addressof WILLIAM 1\\,. Cl'RRY. also knownas Somerville. MasKachusettd.
- sents something of the rights ..... Miss Helen Roberts and Mrs. I the- Ialmant;And shrfll be swm WILLIAM MARVIN CfRRY.deceased t You are hereby required to appear -
an on
essay :s to by the claimant bin agent. or to the Ulll for Divorce filed
- place of their captivity.This Harper who had been visiting in his attorney, s H any such claim or ALLAN: H. CLn\TlE JIU I I ueainM you In the above ntyledrJrauKe

of human beings and on the presumed obligation is a serious charge and, if true, THELOWflOWI) Key West. demand net so -filed HATT1K Khali CL'RRtV be void., Attorney for jul2Z29auglZ.I4S Administratrix. August-nn A.or I before>. 194S.the otherwise 9th day the\>t

of government to give these rightsto represents a very tragic aspect of the war- As executrix: of the Last Will andTestament allegations contained therein will
be taken confessed.Done .
The Misses Alecia Armayorand 'of Frederick Filer' an
the people of the various countries. --fromHICKORY IN. THB TIRCl IT COI'RT OP THBELKIKNTII and ordered at Key West
fare that has been waged in Greece. Queen Helen Saunders were hostesses deceased.jult21I.aug51 JIDICItl. t'IRCt IT
this 7th .K
Florida day of July A.
I 48SOTICR .
.. The Commission was also busily en- Frederika, in talking to newspaper corres- GROVEJust yesterday at a social meet- OP TIlE STOlE' OP FI.OKIH*. 1643.
IN .,NI, FOR MONROE TOINTY.IN" Circuit Court Seal)
gaged for a while, on a "Covenance of 'pondents, says that nearly 5.000 Greek ing of the Key West Junior Wo TO .CHKUITORS. rIlA""Eln.. Ross C Sawyer' ,
man's Club. (1923 Pro ale' A. ,. Sees. 111.120)- 4.>e N*. 1I-4NL. Clerk of Circuit Court
Human Rights," which would have been children are in three camps -in Czecho- been reading a gas company lTHB ('OfRT-OP IOlTlJI'lMir HEBCR F.LRU'ROI.. SRPlaintiff.-. I Bt (ad) Anne (". L*.OK worth

- ad.. telling how bill i MOtHOK Deputy Clerk.
"legally binding" upon the governments slovakia, where they are being'taught the our gas Today The Citizen says in .an KI.OKIUA. l\ u ,i.on.T":; .y.... Ill\OIICB. WILLIAM V ALBURY.

- is bucking. .Jnfl\l\ionIt\ you editorial paragraph: IN REr ESTATE OF, RUTH OLIVENB ISODDEN ARCH.Defendant. Attorney for Plaintiff.
represented. The governments would be : EARL GEORC.u FELTOV.:" also .
Bulgarian language I .1' JulS-I -Z-tUU.
. know. when you I looR 'at;chocolate -. People who pay cash do not fcn-,.n js. KAHL O. FKLTOV:" ORDER OP PfBLICATlOVTO

called on to enforce the "rights" if they There was a time, in the history of tjars, shaves and J Jialrcuts,. have to worry about bills on the Deceased. :'RUTH; OHVENE IIODI'EN IN THE 41lirriT rotHT OP Tiff IELKIBNTM
To All Creditors and Persons
signed and ratified the Commission's re warfare that armies made war upon non- whit shirts ,ancj l.OOQ others, it'' first of the month or at any oth I I Having ClaUa> or, DmiatMln: ARCH.Norvlew.Norfolk. JllMn.U 4111-1.
time to er time, for that matter." Against SaW F>'Ale i. r Virginia t It IT WP THK STATE of 'W-
- }port.We combatants, including women and.:.. child- is stop and sorta wonder You and. each ofryou are hereby You are hereby required to ,appear HIU.. IN ANII' POH MONHOK,
if maybe our good friends are notified and required to present to she Kill of Complaint for l'Ot'STL." IN 4llN4-KNt, ,
.. have called attention, upon severn I ren. Subsequently, in the advance of Civil- not some of the big; outfits that I TODAY'S any claims and'. demands which'ywi, Hlvorce In the above styled cause 4s.e >.. 11-471
I or either ef ;lob, nay have against before the 2>rd day of August > I NANCY R. JARVIS
occasions that it is utterly foolish to expect been kinda OA 'Or'
. ization, the most enlightened nations we kickin' around.It ANNIVERSARIESKnow the estate of }L4RLG.Eoafl: FELTOV .' A. IX 1 48, otherwise. the allegations Plaintiff, ,

to extend human rights by resolution or has been. the. fashionto* takea :" also kno.wir as :EARtr C_ therein will be taken anconfessed. VR. MVORCBR.
adopted rules designed to and .
save
women FELTOV-:" d.r.a.IIIte.I said EUGENE J. n\'Is. .
. "at ( America)
poke
by law. Take for example, the people ot{ children and old men from tKe' -unnecessary is e'bigguyThe big : 1794 Thomas Corwin much- I County, to tbetCouety judge 'of This Order Is to be published. oncea I l)efendaflt.AMOF.M .
company a sort of non.personal I a Monroe County .Florida. at his office week for four consecutive weeks OP Pl'BLirATlOV

India where they are unaccustomed to the horrors of the strife. Unfortunately, setup being more or less polite -: beloved Ohio lawyer, governor in 4h. court. hOuse of sakCounty II the Key West Cltlwn. a newspaper t I TO: R. Ola 11;.,...rsw.... .Jarvis Virata la,
at Key WEst, FiorMs"witn'In published In the City of Key
_ democartic processes. One wonders how a in recent there has been something and not inclined to mixing U. S. senator and secretary of the I eight calendar.months..from the n-.at. Florida.DONE I Tnta are hereby required to ap- ,
years, in a-brawl. And the little political treasury born in Bourbon Co.. time off),. first publication of Ibisnolle AND ORDERED this fill peat to the Hill of Complaint for

. commission sitting in various world captals : of a revision to type. In war, as pushed by guy knowing same, has felt Ky. Died Dec. 19, 1865. ... Ea.r..clalm ordemand. shal. day ...f July, A. 1>. 194*. DivOrce Ar before in th. above styled raude
beIn writing, and' snail stalethe (SEAL) Ros! C Sawyer on tbe llth 4ay of ABKUt. -
- can make an intelligent government aggressive, totalitarian dictators, any element free to throw out his chest and 1797-Daniel Drew great buccaneer place of residence' post' office Clerk of the Circuit Court '/. I>. 334$. otherwise the. al!

threaten to whip the bigger fellow speculator of his day. ending address of the slamanl. and shall Monroe County. Florida. legations therein will be taken as
-
- extend certain civil rights to the ranks of. of an enemy population has not been be sworn to by the claimant bin Ry: (sd) Anne C Longworth.Iieputy confessed.Thls .
good and plenty. We been bankrupt and despised bornin ..
areat.or bis attorney and any such Clerk.Sd (n-der Is to be puhllnhedweeks
- uneducated untrained Hindus. spared.It. listening to too many of thesesa.cry Carmel.! N. Y. Died! Sept. 18, claim or demand tot. so filed shall ( ) ALLAN R. CLEARE. JR. once a week for four ronseculive

. Same illustration explains it is pint-size and 1879. be voW. Solicitor for Plaintiff. In Tbe Key.J"t Cltlxen. a
impossible persons <94. SARAH PELTOV.: ju122'29-aogS-JXl9l! newspaper \VerT
electing them.I 1806-Hiram Powers, from As administratrix of the Estate of Monroe County. Florida.
to
extend human
rights by writings isn't easy for an ass to talk like a own no big gas companies or Cincinnati clock factory worker KARL. rtEORDE FELTr X. also IN- TRIM' ciBnrr COIHT OF TUB Done and ordered this 7th day 'of.

.. <' u'pon pieces of paper. These human man, but it is easy for a man to talk like electric stations,. or banks or oil to world-famed sculptor born known as EARL, O.. FELTON"deceased. ELF.fENTII' JIUI4I 4..L\IOSHOECOISTY "'..Hr July.(3IIAL A.) D. 'UtL ROM C Sawyer"*

rights will come to human beings in an ass. gushers: but sisters and brethren near Woodstock. 'Vt- .. Died June JIII-.;&...$'t Z'I t..It.I' lIT: IN'. TTf ASh fOR OP ILoltilna. Clerk Monroe, of County the Circuit Florida.C'oavti

- time but I am powerful glad that 27. 1873. I IN:' CHANCERY. By. (sd) Anne C. nnworth..
they cannot be exercised
much THE' r... Net 11-441
there are such outfits. If it was 1840-Simon Baruch Confederate riHrrrr roi nr or THE Deputy Clert.
less enjoyed until the people affected not for well civic F.LR1'E"iTH CDtCIAL rilirt -I I ICEhALDINE I CASSELLA 3. T. POUTER. IV. ,
are NEWFOUNDLAND; BASE a managed and big surgeon-physician IT JF THK' TTK OV" F..uJt-t 1 llaintiff. Solicitor for Plaintiff.
able to intelligently appropriate them.It : lay-out supplying us with kilowatts worker father of Bernard M. 10*. IV .\Jb FOR 1I0'H8& T8DIVORCE ACTION jI71.UUt.t'4e'I. '
;
('OI'I' I CHICF.R DOMINIC
superduper gasoline, loansat Baruch. born in Germany. Died CASSELLA.Defendant

is easy enough as in the case of the The United ...st tes.with .,.ninety-one the bank etc., we most likely June 2. 1921. OEORflB H.r_SScfUNNL.S. a. 11-$1.$. OMDEM OP "PlBLir: ,,)"!'- "THE CIRCI IT COtS OP THB.ELKirTNTH

Communists of Soviet Russia, to talk about years to go on its long-term lease, is fast would delving/'deeper in our 1869-Booth Tarkington, famous PUintiff.VS. OltOHCEIf. TO:Dnmlnv' Cassella TUB STATE JIUICIALOK Ol" FLOHI'IHrnT

- "democracy but it is certainly jeans like one buck now for novelist-playwright, creator HRLEN-icN' JlcfilMNISi: 298 Waverly AvenuePatchorne. t\ ASH Foil MONROE C'Ol'r.--
the Newfoundland air base into "
apparent converting :. .- 1% ( CHACF.R. /
: haircuts: versus the old 50 cents. of beloved characters born In **,*" fcef endsat.ON Long Island .. (

that the meaning' of the term, ,as used a Gibraltar of'thei, air. v<: :' This coming November is going Indianapolis. Died :May 19, 1946. To: Heiea&ni DEM. 'ar rrvLiCATiev, .JJefXsnlrs New YorkDominic > OEORC1MA Cmm*PETERS.% II-4M4 t

in the Soviet, is not what we understandby During the war' ,' Atmy f Engineers to be a good time to sort out 1878-Don Marquis journalist- 52. -Ktre.l,;,' :-.L.e,, Cassella Plaintiff.v .

the same word in this country. The transformed 8,000 a&e'i l&f coif* pasture' the sheep from the pint-size art- playwright, humorist. and poet Apt Waniagte-snTt, I'!. C.- ." CO V. s.SS Navigation JASPER CROPS Co. : FABlE, PETERS.nivortcrRUSSELL

ists. Pretty born in Bureau County IlL Died l> r.ndanLORDER
epigram
snappy ; Tea are tte retrj' _req sired to appear It Battery Place
background, of course, is the fact that most bog land and rocky, coastline! \!!! .into an air- say Henry. Well. I says, my Dec. 29, 1937. to. tbe Bill -of-CvmplaiAt. far New York. 5.. Y-: OP PrBLICATIOH
Russell
required to TO: Paige Peters.
divorce In tb* abovor entitled ca..sen YoU are hereby appear .
.. of the people of Russia are utterly unfittedto field. Since the war, work has been under- word I thank you. .r 'before 'tbe list 4ax: "arf Alg.sa to the Bill of Complaint for Residence Unknown.

exercise Yours with. the low down. The bronze statue known as A. n. 1141; ........Ise"'al. alIccatoms. .... In the above styled cause, Ton are hereby required t*. appear
the privileges of a democratic way on a permanent base, with barracks, JO SERRA. Christ of the Andes. on the border tberete will be .taken as on the 7th day ..f August. I9O.. to the SlIt for Divorce< thereinwill against la the
government.The dormitories, mess halls, theatres, warehouses of Chile and Argentina This Order Is to ho 'publlahsdcoca be taken as confessed. < on or before tbe Ktb day of

same observation Alcatraz. now the last stop 'for was erected in 1902 to commem- a "week for four consecutIve This order to be published owe August A. t). 1949, etberwtse O ealleiratlons
applies to the and the other things that make consecutive week contained
upa weeks in Tbe Key West CitUe. a week for four therein wilL
the nation's worst criminals was orate peaceful settlement of a W... C.ttoe a _...- be 4akes as confessed. KIKCiE
exercise of free a nevpapr p *lisbed la Key ia The Key et
- speech and freedom of well-operated air base. originally fortified by the Spanish boundary dispute between the West. Monroe. COII.t,. Florida. paper published in Key \\". t. Florida. ANt ORDERED at K]

. religious worship in and first used countries. Done and ordered Ibis 1Mb day West Florida thla Ktb tit !
countries was the tw
that"one by
'populated It is worth noting of the of "July, 'A- D. 154$. Done and Ordered this Sib day July A. II. 194*. f 1

_ b peoples where such rights have not principal missions of the base is search U. S. to house military prisonersin (sEALs R 1'. SAWTER.Oerk .1 July A. I). un.U (Circuit Court) |
1853. Death Valley Nationat Monument of the Circuit Court, SEAL) RS. C SAWYER (Seal Ross 0 Sa""r'"
been enjoyed'and where the and Planes Count;. FVarUa. Clerk of the. Clrcnlt Court ClerIC AI Circuit' Leer-
people by rescue. dogs, crash boats and in eastern California and By = E. 8A\VTF.R. Monroe CouRt FUrMaBy By.Attorney Kathleen Nottage.
.
training education and disposition, are all! sorts of emergency equipment are The monocle was originally Southwestern Nevada is about Deputy Clerk : (ad) Anne C. Longworth U. C- Deputy ,efk.
designed for persons -who had 140 miles long and from four to J. T. PORTER IV. THOMAS S. CArtO. Enriqa.Eaqul.a)4o Jr., 3V'
not ready for them. Solicitor for plaintiff.; r. f Solicitor plaintiff.. for Plaintiff
ready at all times. for. the ,
defective vision in the eye. 16 mUee wide. 18I:1a..I.1.II,1I"C; $ r juIS.U--.U" C j1IIU-U..nauCl.UU

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< ,SOCIETY NEWS--f i Petitions V Peeking X divorces

; were filed )yesterday- theef- SMITH'SG'ROCERY
ice of Circuit Court Cleric Ro.G .
By JESSE GIBSON '
Sawyer by Anthony Francis l
a Phones The Citizen Olfice-51 Matteo a'. dm.L Gloria Leona
Residence-2E2-R Matteo and byGeorge B. McCJi-
urtriisagainst :-Seleiv-Aim M. MeGiucniss. -
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Marllm Marie Russell, Former Key INCREASEDConnnued i .' '"'
}.,irr: \'flibiHluHHr po.1 Scarp ,'
Wester Weds Henry Phillip Hertl ( From Page Onel | 1211 WHITE STI&ET it the Corner cf Catherine Street
those
worker j>reeatlycovered

Miss Martha Marie Russell, full length gown of pinkneyelet in,?''nroe County would amount 2 L TELEPHONE 28 5 '
former resident .to la total iT4l Oj$ W '
and
frequent embroidered Swiss organdie; : '
visitor to this city became the and an old fashioned 'haf 'of creaseue'Rt as our* .'MEAT DEPARTMENT
bride of ,Henry Phillip Hertl, roses in various shades of pink, irtiided byi both:ihei Pr s*< ?nt.11 .

Jn St. Agnes Catholic Church with a veil tied tinder the chin. 'i anfi Senate the special FinanceComnsittee commission vtthe .''I J Sfittfi.til Smith's (;rorPi for Firtt. uality Me iii
She carried a colonial bouquet ,
ANY COT CUBAN
AMERICAN
STYLE
Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday July I,i M-rs. Joan V. Russell was matron -' wduld speejtJ1JI f xs ad\-ance- ,'!
24 at 3 p.m. i!! of .honor. She wore a full m 4nt rate, and ta6- special cosi- 'i' "WESTERN
The bride is the daughter of length gown of lavender Swiss minion report :.jftrorcirjeiMlievenljaa.s I'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Russell, organdie, and a headband of a.Create- javroll tax T aDone STEAKS u. 69cWES
7600 Euclid Ave., N. E., Cleve-j:I: roses in various shades of laven-.rate, with!- the.-emplaj-fcr bearing
land, Ohio. Her parents are both :: der. She also carried a colonial the larger share. I
Key Westers, and the,family resided bouquet. : Eversince the social securi'tyI T EBBN NEAT
here until 1944. ... Mr. Hertl's best man was Edward -' system began' operations payroll ;
The groom is the m of Mr. ''j Weber. : taxes have remained frozen at [ -POT ROAST v' 69c

and Mrs. Chrst Hest!. 11829 ;i The couple plan to visit Niagara two per cent, one half paid by -
Clifton Blvd., Lakewood, Ohio. :i 1 Falls and northern the :npo'e. C' ngress,,in its latest COUNTRY BOLLBUTTER (
Monsignor Gibbons, of St. Agnes ;i da. They will return Cana'I'I freeze resolution set the 1953j j
Church, performed the ceremony -,:i Lake George, N. Y., down the] 51 fiscal year as the date when Ib. 79t
The church was decora- Hudson river, and through Penn the rate would go to Hi percent
ted with white gladiolas and assorted sylvania. .1 each for employee and employer -| 'GRADE -A" MEDIUMEGGS -
white .flowers. j| Mr.: and Mrs. Hertl will be a and the 10$1-S2 'fiscal ]
The brids,,'who was given inmarriage home, 11829. Clifton Blvd. Lake year at the date when thepay- W CARTONS Dot S9c
by her father wore au wood, Ohio, after August 9. roll deduction would amount to I ,
/ I two per cent to be matched by !,
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Announcement.. If Jaycees Jayshees- half-percent annual increases
,then until,the.total-contribution ;' ArMIGer'S HAM Ib. 6ge
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Of represented I live; I .
Engagement In Joint Supper percent.
I President 'Tr.inYMiaL.. 91 his social -
. '.Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph M. Johnson The Jaycess at their meeting I .security message,. recommended I Grocery Department
621 Olivia street, announcethe last night arranged for a jcint an increase'o .Pi per i
engagement and approaching buffet supper for Jaycees and j:cent payroll deduction. immediately -. : t..AGl'fCUA
Jayshees next Wednesday evening -1 .lioon adoption. with gr:d- \
marriage of their daughter, in the clubhouse. I uated increases thereafter. The CONDENSED MILK can 21c
Betty Lou to John Hamley Jr., ,
Of intarest: to all organizations, Senate Finance Committee's ,
land.MM2c.Ohio.USN (Engineer), Cleve-i'j of the citY is the announcement'commission also recommended ANY "GRINDMaxwell LIMIT WlTH OROER

that the Senior Chamb3r of Commerce immediate increases, and set the !
'The wedding will take place will maintain a bulletin ceiling at a-total of six per cenwith \ House COFFEE lb. 49cSMITH'S
Thursday, August 5, at 6 in
p.m. board of coming rocial events of; the employer paying four'
Sfc; Clary's Star of the Sea Cath- '
: all civic clubs. This. bulletin j per rent j Swift's Premium CORNED IO-Count PAPER 2 for
oUc Church.
**Two"parties wll be given within board will help avoid J>05sibilitie'51 j Social Securty Administration BEEF NAPKINS
43r 21C'sUPZR
J records far Monroe show
the week for the bride- of duplicators of social events. 'CouiAy a s can .
next
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that the first hail per cent increase -
elect. The Bachelor Girls'Ciub for employee would P'KG. Cashmere Bcuquet TOILET
will honor the cou .Intimate Glimpses I
young reduce take home for all
t pay :
pie with a party tonight. Sunday i Antonio Arencibia, who was those covered by: about 15000. i sun.31r SOAP 4bars 45r
Host-
at 4 p.m. N.C.c.s. Junior ; i
workers .
miscellaneous visiting in Miami for a few days, t j Covered in Monrpe
esses will give a returned yesterday over the i County in retail trade would lose Old Glory LIMA CAN Old Glory BUTTER CAN
Johnson in St. .
for Miss
shower I
highway.Mayor. more than $5 000. Take home pay
An J's. Parish Hall, Windsor.( I of workers in manufacturing BEANS lOc BEANS. .15eOld
Um .
plants would be reduced by ap- .
and Mrs. Villalobos I
,Mr. Hamley. is the son of Mr.
Guanabacoa, suburb of Ha- proximately $1,000; of wholesale KIDNEY'
a
and Mrs. John Hamley. and is ; I Glory OLb GLORY CAN
Noa. vana, Cuba, are vsiting the :| trade workers by about $2,800; ,
stationed aboard the U..S.S. service about $2,500; BEANS IOc Garbanzos. l.Ocbaveld
Island City and are very much ; workers by ; ran .
III"nuIUUWlIUIIIUlIlIUUlUUlD1IUII >.:1 t:ItlnJ: impressed by it. The Mayor and other covered workers by :
claims everything in Key West : about $700.Take Duck No 2 Pappy's lib.GAPEFRUIT .
Calendar Of !reminds him of Cuba. The Villa- home pay would be reduced :' Size GUAVA Clan Jar
;'' lobos expect ta leave today for; annually each year thereafter -
:' Coming Events f Miami, but will return in a few in about the same ..proportiOM JUICE 2 cans 9c JELLY 25c
days for a longer stay in Key, as' another one-half percent .
tmtJOTuwimtiwummmmimitmtraimnramraiwTHURSDAY West before returning to their was added to the payroll '
JULY '29- hfcme. :\deduction rate. The annual bill FRUITS and VEGETABLES,
cf emolojers would rise the ,
7Annivcrsary Party Cushman I jJ Mrs. Joseph Sirugo. 2302 Sei- same amounts. i POTATOES 5 u- 23e

.J Scooter Club. !denberg avenue, returned ycster-.-i. I
'"ctiirles DeHarrack. Pianist!day after spending several

Entertain Lions Club Members months in Markinsville, Virginia. COME and SEE 'OUR i ONIONS- 2 u>s. 15cLARGt

and Guests. 6:30 P.M.,1 i ito .
:i' Lions Den Seminary Street' Mrs. Josephine Cardinal. Philadelphia QUALITY MEATS ALBERTA
tesrty by Bachelor Girls' Club Pa.. is in Key West for
for Miss Bettv Lou Johnson, an indefinite stay with' her Groceries=-Vegetables> I PEACHES. 2 lhs. 25
bride-elect of John Hamley..daughter, Mrs. J.V.. Brunbach, W. Carry _
30-2 Poinciana Place.
FRIDAY. JULY 30- Adams Ice Cream
Teenage Dance, YMCA 8:30 Dairy
I
," to' 10:20 P.M. i Meeting Of VFWThe CHECK ON OUR PRICK AiiI'ALOUPIS em. 22c:

SATURDAY, JULY 31- I BEFORE YOU BUY I
,American Legion Auxiliary! Veterans of Foreign Wars. IPIr'" We Reserve the Right to Limn O *nlitr + -
"? Candy Sale, Front of Palace i Southernmost Post 3911, will Jane and Shine No. 2 "-
Duval Street. hold a joint meeting with its aux-
Theater, iliary at 903 Grinnell -.trect, tonight 129 Eaten Si. Phone 1342 ,Subscribe To Tbe Citizen 25c
SUNDAY, AUGUST 1- -at 8 o'clock. Weekly

Miscellaneous Shower given byj I ----- -_ __ _ _. .h __ ___ __ __ ____ _
NCCS Junior Hostesses. 4:00 I
'P.M"9 in St. Ann's Parish ,
Washes
Hall. Windsor Lane, honoring everything
Miss Bettv Lou Johnson .


Obit; bride-elect Kills of Boy John Hamley.; FASTER CLEANER WHITER BRIGHTER


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In"
16 Barn

tCHEVERLY >. than any soap in hardest water!

Md.-When lightning -

struck a barn in which Ray- ." ,.,+,:;::-" e. .
mond Stanley Weaver 16, and .: ',.y"J ". d .
four companions had taken shelter ,: frj
during a thunder storm. Ray- .i 13'
Irnbnd was killed but hone of the i .'
other boys was hurt..JAYCEES J JE.'

TO PLANT

fContmaed From Page Onel
or.the national governments. The:

cement situation was Mentioned \ t 4y
as ditcQsslon.one possible subject for local j' t

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The chamber's publicity com
mittee1:15 directed to cover all ?
M
Javcee activities.Henry ,
-. aware' r
Higgs w a
cigaret lighter for bringm; in the 4omW
most members during the last
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YES, We Have It! Gets sriaifest.trcrafls,work and t.J p.w ingredient gets white wash WMter...
play Clothes chaser! FAR Super- r C fers krixkterl Yes TAB with Super-
Wetting Action(3 a new scientific washing \Vfltinij Action contains fabulous new In*
COLORED TAPES principle. When you wash. FAR iQ A gredient that gets your white wash whiter..
penetrates materials faster and more ; '" color brighter! And besides FAR leaves no
and CORDfor
thoroughly.-7H dirt out!No"gray color-dulling soap scum. Removes any soap
YonrVENETIAN tar soap scum..Wash- gets whiter, sewn left In clothes by previous soap wash
cleaner! 1 ings! Your whole wash looks fresher.
*;: BLINDS
'to Match Ally Color Scbemell -

-, /> a I.fcrrtise in Price t Rids bstut< s.....wftI..IN'sow.....hardest
PAINTING A C81CATEf 4 water Ta demonstrate FAQ's fabulous ..uds1ngoPAlMOlIYE
TAPING l.l powers, two wishing machines were fitted wilts
RE CORDING PinPBOBuCT hardest water.One eup of soap was put into one.one
j cup of F AB Into the other.Both washers ran 1 min
PAIRING ; utes. Result:Almost no suds from soap.A washer
; t : -' brimful of suds from FAB.
KEY WEST

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I !i [DANCE By ON Florence THE Theel DESERT ar H.wd.eto... n. CLASSIFIED Information for the Advertisers' AP' .




RATES FOR REGULAR aa5 PATWE T : _
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Chapter "When do we"nave to vacate Mr. "You're moving out of here BLACKFACE TYPE Payment for classified adyvU.
O'Malley! fellow-pronto!" f t Advertisements aniier this meats Is Invariably in advance.bat
t GLORIA had taken it upon her- "Not for four months." the real Bert felt himself get hot under Trill be inserted In The Citiren head at counts regular may advertisers have their with ledger advertia dot I
call on the real estate estate man said. "I've made that the collar the rate of Zc a word for each In.ertion. meats charred 't r. "
man before she drbVe out.to The an express condition of the.sale. : "Say ,.who?" he demanded.seething. first. but IS the words minimum or teas charge ts SOc.forth BLICATIOV DEADLI .
They wanted to just reimburseyou JTo tnsor publittktion. copy moat I
Hacienda the next tray."There Tae rate for blarkfac tip, is 3c a be In The
for the money you'd put in, This- paper happens be a weed and the minimum charge for o clock In CItizen office befor* -II
really 2. a man from but 1said that'. wasn't good transfer of deed" Blackey said the tint Ii words is 4sc. of publ"-tlon.the morning 4 of t "' 7
Chicago she reported.* "A rich- enough." He turned'to Bert. with imol t1y. "The dump now belongs t' '}t.;
looking smoothy. saw him in '"You came .1
a fatherly expression. to me. ,,
t" t'tJt O'Molteys office. He. says he down to the desert for six months "So the Chicago man,was.just All advertising I. accepted under; the fallowing reD4ltioni tit 'ihi
-s'" ; .: L : want ,to live here.-put the"place didn't you, son? Well. this 'fourmonths' stooge for your You're the one event of error In advertising transient or ntra't. The Citizen: wut. e
'the it before responsible 0101.for the first
"H4 back way was clause Will see you who wants the property" iDserUoa In CI.II" Adsert/.lag tend -se
i.h.pla Aaver.tniaa for
only the
., Thi- news didn'r lessen the impending through. And give' you a chanceto : -"Right! And I want it damn part : lye advertisement where aetnal the error amount of space occupied- tl r
Jf : tragedy but somehow make a little money before you quick too. I've got to hand it to t occurs. .,
.. t" they all felt a little better that' pull out. too." you. at that. You've proved a good .. :.

they! hadn't been',tricked. "Well that's certainly, swell of singer can draw business any- I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS t FOR SALE-USQ $'
They ha : to the other )?tubers of the older man his hand ashamed of Bert let that pass. He knew the t
band unul they heard again from his suspicion that he had been man was right. Four apartments. Apply 411 j Model 1940 Ford panel truck.- }.
Mr. O'Malley. The: eal estate man against them. "There's a four months' tenancy William. Street. jan28-30tx! ply Perez Bros. Bakery'
drove out again a\ the end of the "You've certainly been a real clause" Bert told him. "You 1 White Street. :5
junM-41
week. <* into the place in four
friend Eddy said. "If we pullout can move '
Two large, newly renovated
They knew from,his expressionthat ,with any money at all we'll months, and not a day before. one- : Aif.
"Not in this there isn't any bedroom apartments, complete-; 1 1938 Hudson Terraplane.about
the news w3< bad. He had surely owe it all to your consid-
had a radiogram frpm the owner, eration." clause"' Blackey Davis crowed, ly furnished. Apply 323 Whitehead $75.00 work on bode 1

with instructions tt> selL: "Anything can happen in four spreading the document before Street. jly27-tf { engine. All offers considered : '!
Though they'd been preparedfor months Tony said optimistically. him. "1.take possession here the I Call 1404-J. j1yZ6-r1 ii: !
first of the month when your so- \
"Even somebody like Xavier
it, the nevertheless
news
Furnished 2
1-2-room i" ,
Vas apartment ..
'rent'
called is
blow. Cugat could maybe hear tile Al- up. ",
a varado Merry Makers and put "You're doing, what_Gloria'svoice Utilities furnished. Children 1946 Chrysler New Yorke,4-dottr
"I only wish 'ypu lads could" you all on easy street." sounded like a pistol shot under 1 year accepted. Apply !i. sedan. Maroon. Radio,head: |

raise O'Malley the said.money"You saw yourselves.the possibilities "And the-- chef of the Waldor /He flashed the deed before her.= 915 Windsor Lane. jly27-tf j er, defroster and other extr i.'
"The Hacienda' mine, pet--- -
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Palm my
Astoria might come to Excellent condition throughout.
collect the here dividends., and "you should Springs and taste your_ cooking i lock, stock, and barreL : Furnished apartment, 3 rooms! $2395. Apply 2831.Staplel'Q '
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Shame F
and 'Park Avenue "So this is your revenge? !
Tony, put you on
and bath. Maid and ]
"Well buying the place is out, ," Bert said. mingled with .her contempt. -"I janitor .ily2-lf
Eddy said glumly "We have no should have guessed it." services, linens and'utilities ,. -, 1. '
way to raise the money if we took away .a little "Yeh. He smiled at her a little furnished. Summer rates. Coral] WANTED TO BUY ',i ,
wanted to." OPTIMISM They all felt bet- shyly yet triumphantly.: "This'is' Hotel Apartments oppositeI
"I've written to a friend who is ter about' things when the real my punch in the jaw. Post Office. jly28-10tx Wanted-Live tree frogs :'Ifrom
a banker Mrs. McLane saId. to estate man left. Still Bert found "It's a* poisonous rev e n g-e. I Key West. Cash paid. If in-
the boys' surprise. "If anyone Blacker. Her eyes were bonng ,
himself wishing that Eileen were Three-room unfurnished apartment Jerested. write Ross
could help us. he could. But be here to comfort him.- ,and Mr. into him, as though ,looking for ( AllcnySjl-' -
says the business is too young for I Halliday. to talk things over. some 'streak of good in all his with tile bath, $37.50 par; ver Springs, Florida. %
such a big investment-It hasn't His mother said. philosophically meanness.. "Just because, I quit I month. At 120 Angela Street. .ilsgs:.f tc
really proved itself yet. "What's to .be. will be. boys. you, you've got to do a man out Couple and one child OK. Wal-

"And he's right O'Malley, Everything really happens for of his business-do me out of" a ter Beebc 524 Southard, Phone Three-bedroom house,,, ,furnished

agreed reluctantly. "Your place the best,,whether we can see.it at I, job.- 166. jly28-2t t or unfurnished Phone 148-g,
here is a novelty. People come the time or not." He kept looking at her hungrily .jly 23,5tx
largely out of curiosity. There's Strangelythough, Gloria was ,not only with a physical longing Furnished apartment, adults no _
never any telling when business more upet about things than any but it seemed to,Bert..with-a : -,
might suddenly fall off." of them. "Somehow still seem to deeper and more lasting need. He pets. Conveniences. $65.00 FOR SALE ---r, i
And that was the truth. Bert smell a rat." said 'almost caressingly.. "You 1214 Duval Street, Telephone
knew that Gloria deSylvia was And the rat it soon developed, won't have to worry about your 1003-W Bungalow, small store, bulJdiig]
mainly responsible for their suc- was Blackey Davis as she had job. honey. You go along with the jly3-tat- s-thuI'S-U and lime ertrvf on fom;nJcej
cess. She was the drawing cardregardless suspected. He drove out in his property. lots size 50 x 120 each in'good I
of the food and other yellow roadster a few weeks later, Gloria's ringed hand lifted.' It Efficiency and one bedroom I section. This can be bought 64 j
struck with smack
leavethem stalked into the office and triumphantly a resounding ,
fun. If she were ever to
aoartroccts for couples. Paul'sTire easy terms Johnson;&.Jdhls-
most of their business flashed a legal-looking across Blackey Davis moutfc.T i '
probably would, too. He asked, document under- Bert's nose. ( be .cvntiamed Shop. jly29-6t I son. Phone 372. : lylrtf.

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A MOTHER WATCHES HER. 1'iATEAR-OLD_ SON DIE modern near Navy Commis- print.23c. Artisan Press,Citizen]
sary. $65.00 monthly. utilities Building, Phone 51.
furnished. Call 1129-M.. rjly2.15tl

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: SIGNS-"For REnt." "Booms'Forl

Completely furnished apartment.A$4y I" Rent" "Apartment For Rent.. "
514 Packer Street rca .I I l THE ARTMAN PRESS.'
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FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND SPEED QUEEN MANGLER.]

COTTAGES Brand new. fost SI79.50., .V j1 j
I sell for 12500. RCA FtO<

%: : :The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming MODEL combination 1: ?lube]

Stree-i, has an sffkJejsyy zrs{..,t rho; 'Brand' ew, t _

and several steeping rooms vat Will sell forSoGCant. .sc fnjat
,, cant. Low weekly or monthly I 1209 Varela Street
rates. jlyIUj Phone 1043-M. Sit


Furnished apartment and cottage.!I Real tile. 10 beautiful colors 'for!

Both with hot water. No pets. wall or floor, 65c sq. f Cup*Also]
Apply upstairs, rear 1014 Va- II' roofing barrel tile. Call '598.i
rela Street. jly275txFOR r Sunshine Construction; 2302

Seidenberg. j1y28. ,'
RENT-ROOMS I
I I Slipcover, and drapery materials !

Three large rooms" bath com: for every taste end every p b-]
pletely furnished. 1001 Von I I ketbook. Caroline 'Shopr.'2231

Phister Street, or 1393J. 1 Ann Street. Don't dela.1.M
jly29-3t i I shop win be closed durintcmber .
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and October. .. '

f. %; W Wu-ephoto, FOR RENT-OFFICE SPACE | jly2 -24t

MRS. EVELYN WEAVER HOLDS THE HAND OF HER 14-YEAR-OLD SON. JOSEPH in Los I .- :;r<
Angeles while a1 fireman tries in vain to revive.'thft_boy.' He was suffocated in an earth-crush- Office space available for rental.'l 6-ft. Progress ice box., only-use)

ing machine. >'He was drawn into the >machine when his trousers accidentally got caught 'in 'il' Some very desirable, centrally 8 months. $50.00 cash. Bahama j
located. Sec Florida National Bar, 519 Duval Street. P :"f
while he was feeding it at his father's brick manufacturing plan
Bank. jly28-6t jfi911J
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What's i .
.. I Doing, Naval officer, family desire two- I
F J" 1021 Duval Street the bedroom apartment or house White outside paint white cnaai-1'
a. for month of August. Maximumrent et. 2.75 gaL 6- 1. -Tuie.: 4 t.
-I t DEFENSE FORCESPROGRA5I I ARMED SERVICES $100. Write N. B. Norris, DDT. 29c qt. Doherty 1i.C :.

.t -...*" Son to Brunbachs f i Y.M.C.A. USS Runner (SS476), U. S. Naval 846 Olivia, Phone 1597., ? -
Jackson Station Rodman Canal jltMISCELLAKE09S tf
Squat t. Whitehead
f Lt. (jg) and 11it' J. W. Brun- 'unmnmnun Rmmnmnnunmmmnup''I Zone. Jly27-3t
and
Southard Streets
bach, 30-2 Pomona Place, anJi THURSDAY r ;;
GIIIIIImIall1lUtDtiiullnuDnDIHIIHIIIIBIIBIIP'
'U cS..iiiDjrthT0* a seven-'I 2-00 PJtf. Year-round three-bedroom houseor
-Seaplane Base
pound; wo'-ounee+l son, Joseph I Navy Wives. Pool i Thursday apartment. Two children (3 I Washers, irons racoaas: a4i

-Wakwn.: Jr.. at the U. S. Naval I 9:00 AJIL 5:00 P.M.-Sewing 19:00 P.M.Dance: John Pritch- and 5) and one expected. Call fans repaired O"Briai.t, Phcoe]
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Hopital-July 20<* 1S88- jly28-5tx f 1164-M. jyi;tf
.... Machine, Typewriter Writ-j ard and His Orchestra. ,
-- .:- I ing Room. Showers. I Friday i
Lee Have. Son FRIDAY { $:30 1'.M.Bridge, Pinochle and J Furnished apartment or house for [ Floor sanding done: by experts.j ./

Mr. and Mcs. George Leo, 403 2:00 P. L Softball for Navy i Movies three months beginning abQut t j Free estimates 'given. 'Phxxnei

..Divisiun street, announce thebirth r Wives at Bayview Park. Saturday August 20th. Three in family. 163, or call at- 701 Carol l ..StREFRIGERATION

of a son. Sfrcishing eight 2:00 P.M. Prenatal Class Department -I 8:00 P.M.-Movies. Will pay all rent in advance.Write IYtUI
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pounds end three, ounces at I bf Health Instructor. 10:15 PJkl.-Juke Box Dancing on : Lt. J. H. Nixon. USN. "..
1:35 1.111JuJy 27 at Galey Memorial the patio. USS Runner SS476). c/o Fleet _

Hospital \ I 9:00 AJ*. 5:00- PJ L-Sewing Sunday Postoffice New York, N. Y, l t '

Machine. Typewriter.. ,Writ. 9.45 A.M. Java Club discus- jly283txYoung DomEStic' and commercial.iworjc,
CII HU.I S ROBERTSTO ing Room. Shpwers. sion Group. I guaranteed.; Free estimate |
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I' SATURDAT 11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH. couple want 3 or 4 room Holbrook Refrigeration Service i

REOPEN MUSIC !}1 I 2'00 P.M.--Boxing Training. Parties." .. apartment. No children. Phone I call 724-W. Jl)1.-1J

STL IIO'111(41ST 16 : 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.11.Dressing I' 3:00 P.M.-Classical Hour se- 9132. jly28-3tx EMPtOYMEltf '
WANTED .
'... '1n-tr.liay's Rooms, Showers for Bathers. lections announced.,
E. Roberts Citizen Music, the Charles I i SUNDAY I S.OO P. M. Fellowship Hour on PHOTO STUDIOS f FEMALE Jkl '
Studio an.neunces 1 .
the Patio.
10:00 A.M. Community Sing 4
-tits re-opening Monday. +I Communion, Breakfast ing. Beatrice Moreno at the Free A lovely wallet-size minia- Young lady, experienced f ccre
Whitehat
Club. MS.
August 16. Charles Roberts. Naval .- Use this ad with desires
1 Piano. ture. any tary, part-time, emplment. !' V
well known local pianist, organ Base (2nd Sunday). Please
OOO P.M.-Coffee Hour. Evans-Pilkington Studio coupon telephone lj5jly
1st and teacher, under 1.0.0 P.M. Picnic, Swimming
t a revised G. -S. O. meetings ,(Girls* Ser- before August 31st. 1948. T
teaching schedule, will take a i Pool. Wiener Roast ('sign up, vice Organization 2nd jly29-tf
fa y < JUouVed number of pupils. ;!1' in advance). t and 4th Monday. ), every HELP WANTED-MALJ
r 4 Mr. Roberts has taught musicin lnfornatioa.'servicesr housing, 1
GARDEN
.Game Room: Chinese Checkers AND LAWN .
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this city for the last 18 city. maps. a. "'
years 'I chess cards ping-pong pool SUPPLIESFor Wanted at o nee,'three much
and was organist and choir di- Religious literature, library, Inc :
writing 'desks,: library current Apply Navarro of d ftQ
reHor at St. Paul's Episcopal i i telephones, stamps, wrapping and f magazines t
various table gasses. ROSE aphid (sucking Insects bus station. j13#
church for twelve ; mailing packages t '
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railway
3ears. 1 j express eta ), spray with Black Leaf "

4!j .e.-ice.' laundry pick-up-J Showers, tennis rackets, golf "40" plus.fish oil soap. Further HELP WANTED TEitALtV7v
No man's land- a term used j available to all defense forces
clubs
fishing lines, cameras information call at Key West
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.during World War 1-dates back !!! and their families. | checking service film ,service, Garden and Lawn Supply Co.. Girl wanted. Must be permanent:
from the fourteenth !i MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN. '
century '- .; .mailing and wrapping packages 914 Fleming31y293t i resident of Key West and/'S |
when No Man's Land was a I Executive Secretary. receiving messages, phone booths I; High School graduate. Apply iI

piece of waste ground outside MISS HILDA CASTJLLO. stamps railway express service, WANTED-SALESMEN in person. Evans Camera Stor .
London often tz:;ed for execu v* *'
I i + Secretary available to SERVICE PERSONNEL 509 Southard Street. *

tions. Man Wanted For Rawleigh business t iIyLSTOBACE
I Oslo, the'Nbrweg capital, Lesleigb Davis-Director. No experience needed to
The gunwale a' ship is so was, founded: in, 1048 destr ped I Gerald Pmder-Program Di start. Sales easy to make and iiib

named because in> old fighting i, by fire' and rebuilt in 1624. re- rector. profits large. Star} immediateIv. : ,

ships the rails had to be strong ;! named Christiania and then given Lillian Weaver Secretary. Write Rawleigh's, Dept.I Red Brick.Storage Co. l'rt j

to meet the mO"emenof theo1d' its original back jo.I, Doreen. Cruz Information FAG-660-190. Memphis. T nn. or commfrrial. PhoneI 1
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Veteran Groups Invited :: ..u_ -... r .

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Legion Meet Aug." 11 : (

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AUXILIARIES. ALSO ASKED J I ..4'f -l'KANTOR'S' .

't"t. TO ATTEND; SPA- His Curiosity i .

ciitrrii SUPPER TOt t ,
Brings 8330. ASS :r. _' -
BE SERVED
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The applications of Talbot It. I helping his father a general
Gibson Lexie Ii Carroll. Victor hauler, burn refuse collected
J. Okerblom, Loren c., Lind- i I'fro.-n the. Huron Hotel, Albert
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,15 j opened a manila ,envelope'he
;. William Halterman, Alvin 1
strom -
found in. the: trash and found _
G. Skramstad. and Anthony $1,100 in currency and t,'a '$100
t a Karethuk were approved for. Government..bon Ii. Taken backto :
membership at the regular the hotel, it was found that a
'.p meeting of Arthur Sawyer Post guest had the week before, reported RE--I.ODELING
No.. 28 American' Legion, held the loss of the envelope
last evening. They will be received which apparently had been
'i "into the Post on August; brushed into a wate-basket by
p 11, obligation ceremonies. mistake J. A. Hunter, the guest,
Frank Hanrahan gave the de- gave Albert a reward of $300 '
tails of the smoker to be held
for. members on Friday August :
Haste Costs i
20. at the Post Home i $50
The regular meeting of the i
on August 11 will be a joint JERSEY CITY N. J.-In her ( ) Photo I
meeting of all veterans organizations haste to get,inside her basement THE REV. D. A. MARTIN (right). Baptist minister from Green I
and their auxliaries n the apartment to start getting din- ville. S. C. and Lois Chandler (left) face Recorder Frank While .
City.:All veteran will be ner, Mrs. Leon Shappel took the : .: <
groups :
(not shown) in court at Atlanta at their hearing en charges of :
invited to attend. Following the key out of her bag and then put : : : w:
meeting an Italian spaghetti the bag en the floor in front of fornication and adultery. They were bound over to Fulton : .
County Criminal Court 'after,detectives said had lived in
,," supper will be served by the her apartment door entrance. they t :
Hoi{},e Committee of the Pa.3t. Hurrying inside \th her groceries I adultery here since March.. 1947. Between, them is their at- : f 4 ;:--. '- '_ : ilyt
Arising vote of thanks w& accorded Mrs. Shappel:' began prepar- torney. Frank Hamilton.. Others. in picture' not identfied.GANGSTER .. .'. .. ; -.-' '' ,. --
Farlin P. Guzewich for ing tanner, forgetting'about the j 7--' '-----'" --- I .t. 1
his'.untiring efforts in the construction pocketbook. which contained< $50. BERNIE. SHELTON "
-of the Barbecue Pit of in cash. Tw"hen'she !'remembered J'J SLAINg t t .
." the:Legion grounds. This pit is it, about two hairs later there]. l :'..." ) ... : :'. rI : Ic '
lot,:the caavejKease; '!Jf the: m m- 'as ?-&fcraesvf; '4J-r tie bag; of t k ::4 : 3-vr;
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their guests. ,the 'mom) j : :
7 3 berss3nd f .' '
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George Warren
Commander I
(h* gave: some of the details of the The New York police force is .,.'.ia <,) 1 ,: ,
than thre times! the whole iknrax" I
-'I' National Legion Convention to more t
be'o;held in Miami in October population ((5,000)) of. Andorra, tI ,. ', -".., .' -
,_ Th,.40 and 8 parade will be held the tiny Republic in the Pyrenees Ipi r I : .
onSunday: October 17 on Miami between France and Spain. s,: \ +:- ;:;. ;
Beach The Nat mar Drain and ; 4 ... ..
1 flu$(e.Corps Finals will be held entertainment features of the t I ][ : '! -
lui. Monday ev.ning, October 10. Convention.. I
y The Legion:;: parade will be held A sound film of the 1947 National : '
Tuesday starting at 4 p. m. The Legion Convention in : Starts A oM.
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?t registration fee for the comen- New York was shown upon the Friday 9
tiop is $3.00. which will entitle concluson of the meeting I I
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BERNIE SHELTON notorious gngster'of, the Prohibition? era.,
lies dead in the'emei'sfeun"t9Cml': 61 SU. Francis,,hospital feat '
Peoria. Ill,-the victim f.shot fired from ambush. :An unidentified .:
gunman hiding'in bushes'felled the g gangster ih. single : Men:s and Boys'Vahfcs SPORT SHIRTS

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SHOES
Lewis, 18, was killed and three I Men's' atul Boys' SHOE S
FOREST PAYNE a CIO organizer is thrown to the ground by I others, Melvin Reetz. 22. Paul
policemen after he engaged in a scuffle with a worker at the j jVmvis Swanson, 19, and Don Nicholaus,, .
Lens company plant at Dayton. OJ The factory had been I 19, were seriously injured. ... "i
strike-bound since May 5. A "decertification" vote ousted the _" 1 : '
CIO union as bargaining agent for the. workers in an NLRB Customers of U. S. gas utility $1.39 $3.9'5
election last Firda,:. companies totalled 21,590,000tdf! :
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MASTER SGT. VINCENT PETROSKI (right). badly 'in need f OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY .

of.a house. Leard that Earl Easton '(left) had one at Erie. Pa. ; TROPICAL FREEZE PLANT SIT DUVAL. TRf tI; ,, .Clothing and Haberdashers KEY WEST. FLORIDA

iL So SgU Petroski promptly talked Easton into joining the army ... '. "
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: -1 BRACING CAR SMASHES: INTO CROWD, INJURES 16 ." PEOPLE'S 'I'II I Falls Out Of
BEAT
YANKS BROWNS '
I. ;. | ___.._ '4., ._ _,_ _.. .. .. _..t x ., ._":.,.,,-d at I I FORUM S 1.: ,

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I Plane UnmissedSAN
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BRAVES WIN ANOTHER <
I's Th. cnl..a wrt..xer Marathon when the-
letter
.*... .f the vines .c ffriltht r.ad- was
I .... ba Ib. .ttt.r tr.rrre ... prepared and that the jerker DIEGO Calif.-In the excitement -

Pdlulephiathlf'ti! ) <<"s Wit: f- _t*I..4ri....*... mr..-tt._.....awar.at.d. wLbkarc t| who is Chairman of the County; caused when the navi:
a a .. _, .... .... .
; r y + ? e wr 11e .1. Welfare'Committee gator's bubble on a B-29 bomber
1 .. havrng-jnris-
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raft aaI .fI.a tb team'
From Cleveland} Indians;1I a.. w..... aid Write .a ahlr.a 1 diction over hospitals I blew out, Walter II. HUbert 32.of .
I How ,- ...... -7. ".....-.. .r and like El
They '
Standf n. writs. w..I a..IM.V 'b' institutions was the Paso Texas the navigator
Dodgers Again Triumph ... prooetone! 1 1
1... ,. aaa writ be ..1011. .aa fell out of the plane and to his
to sign same jn his absence.
,., ttg..lyd ....r0t.r. This]
Over Cardinal Island CUr 'Senior .---- ;letter was ordered by a vote of : death 26,000 feet below but wa*
6AtJNT>ERS REPLIES : \'
net missed by his fellow-crew.
Baseball League the County Commission ani: had:
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NEW tar Auwlalrd Prr ) (Municipal Stadium) Editdr The-Citizen: t i'i'Vndle Commissioned : Parrish.'" acting men- until the excitement died
York YORK July 23 New I .Club-- W. L. Pet/:J. -I4ive always refrained Chairman of the Board been' in i down Then, Lieut. Albert J.
Yankees defeated the St. .Thrower, who13'
Key West, Clowns '2 0 1.000' front ..indulging in the city\he would have been $ instructing
Louis Browns, 4-0. in the American _. newspaper Hilbert in radar looked for him
Pirate : 1 1 500 controversies >I[ feel :rth Jess obliged to sign the same Irrespective
.nev
last while
League night, in and
U. S. Marines :1._ J 1 .500" editotial of his personal views.In discovered l he was gone. His
the National l the Boston Braves wxx impelled to answer the
I Naval Air Station .... 0 2 .000 q S in "OUtissue of July closing it is wmev.h'at'strange body was found in a wheat,field.
appearing
won, 8-2, over Pittsburgh 'Pi )
rates. These were the only night J 1 I I: 27th: entitled, The Saunders that thisstinging rebuke
games played. Island City Baseball League, Letter" and task lh=* inasmuch follows so closely the official action TODAY BIRTHbAYSKnow

Yesterday in the American, I.:,( (Army' Barracks" Field) as you have seen' fit to. attack. of the writer in, voting -to ( America) 1
Philadelphia Athletics won over! J/jClub- W. L. PctJ :: my official action that you grant .. support an institution' id our r William Powell

the Cleveland Indians, 4-3; the 1 SubRon Four _. ___ __ 7 .1 .875 me sufficient: apace for: a reply. community that-the Citizen' has born in Piltoburgh screen stir, .'
56
Chicago White Sox defeated the ; Bombers .. ._-. 6 3667 'xs3' You claim to have been shocked always been antagonistic towards Dr. years ago.
I Senators, 2-1 while Conchs ._'m__ ._ ____..__ 3 6 .333 because in teller to Governor .' and which is vital to our i William Beebr of the New
Washington York
the Detroit Tigers swamped the Scorpions _-__._..._ 1 4 ..200Floridatnternaronal M-lllard Caldwell of the State i continued progress .and. well. be- [ Zoological Society, famed
j inaturalist-author! born Drooki
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Boston Red Sox, 13-0. \ y t of Florida the writer used the ing.
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In the National yesterday thc 1. ,' ..i....". ._ ._ I,' L .,a.cadrps.- -----::-.t'. .. ...'......--... I words "discourteo'V and "rude: ; GERAT.n- SAUIDR.S) : 1 i I lyn.Prof. y.Isadcr.71 I.years Rabi ago.of Columbia

Brooklyn Dodgers beat the Baseball League ( ")1 PhOto and inferred that he did not show :j Monroe CountyCommissioner i University.' Nobel orizewinner .

Louis Cardinals 12-4; the St.1 I Club- VT. L. Pct. proper respect to the chief -executive ; -.: !i: born in Austria, 50
York Giants won from the i Havana -- 73 39 .652 A RACING STOCK CAR GOES OUT OF CONTROL on the Speedwa at Columbus. Ga. and I i of our fair1 state. You Key West. Fla.," I yeir:

cinnati Reds, 5-0 and the Phil- I Tampa .--. --_.-.-- 66 46 .539 'mashes into a crowd beside the track irjuring sixteen spectatbri. Track officials said the automobile I further state that the language July 27, 1948. I ago.Sigmund Romberg, famed Am-

adelphia Phillies defeated the J Lakeland I i .. _58 53 .523 veered off the dirt course when the right front tire blew,out on the 38th lap of the 40-lap I in question smelled' somewhat of i oOoEDITOR'S : .erican composer. born in Hun-
_56 54 .509 the gutter. I tIn ( NOTE: .Givjns 'Mr.Saunders'the .
9-4. St. Petersburg
Chicago Cubs race. The driver was not injured. gary, 61 years ago.
The scores: !II Miami Beach 54 58 ,482 .;. 1 1Kantor's replying to your attack,, sir, benefit of a'doubt.'t'I. Dorothv Shaver president of
NATIONAL LEAGUE West Palm Brach .50 63 .443 may I remind you that we are 't'ireCitizen notes thathe, Lord & Taylor Department Storein

Night Game Miami _...m .__ -47 63 .427 not living .in Communist Russia through ah oversight faired to New York, born in Howard
R. H. E.I[ Fort'Lauderdale 42 70 .375 Men's Shop I I where one dare not criticize any '''give in the' above letter'-a correct County. Ark.. 51

New York .. .. "- 470St. I I The Weather one in authority but that we, are.:, quotation from his! letter\o 'i i! Ratph A. Bard;years former ago.undersecretary -

Louis ._. ...---. _"-_'_ 031 I Baseball 1 1I livijig thank God, in a democracy <,Governor C ldwell Mr. Saunders !t : of the born in
Major LeaguesNATIONAL 1 '1 navy
Shea Reynolds and Lollar; i where not only "the Governor'! merely says "rude".in the 64
Cleveland.
Garver, Stephens, Biscan and I j t: Hospital Meet Tonight FORECAST %, !. of the. State of Florida but also above letter but he used the Dr. Waltman years Walters ago. of the
Moss. I Club- W.L. Pct.! | Key West acid V'leinky'Partly the -President of the United term "downright rude." whichis Mayo Clinic famed surgeon

Boston ... n ... .. 54 37 .593 i cloudy with occasional showers States is not above reproach and a solecism because an" adjective born Cedar Rapids, Iowa 53
n.II.E. \Brooklyn 47 41 .535 ELKS CLUB AND VX-1*. and thunderstorms today, tonight criticism for their official ac- does 'not qualify an adjective -': years: ago.::

Philadelphia -.. -. ...' -..._.. 461 St. Louis .- 46 43 .517 ; and Friday.. Moderate: southeasterly tions. Furthermore since when in his letter to the governor I Dr. Clark M Eichelberger, director
.. ._.___ ...____._ .517 I has the word "discourteous"and Colloquially,
Cleveland _. 310 1 New York 46 43 I FLYERS WILL MEET; winds., Continued ,.warm.. s "downright" of the American Association -
Roar Lemon, 44 .500 i I Recreation 1 ; ''r'ide" been'considered' the is a favorite term used in "gutter' -
Fowler end ; "Pittsburgh44 3 City Florida: Partly cloudy this aft for the United Nations born
Christopher and Hegan. I Philadelphia 44 49 .473.I FRIDAY AT PARK INJ; .ernoon through Friday. Scattered vocabulary of the gutter? The denunciation with other at Freeport, Ill. 52 years ago
I Cincinnati .--. n'_ ...... 41 51 .446: afternoon and early evening writer throughout his brief life :words, many; of which are" fool. '1 I I Brooks Emeny, president of the
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R. 11. E. Chicago .___.-- 39 53 .424: FIRST; GAME ii i It ProgramSOFTBALL I|showers and thunderstorms. Few has heard these words used in Mr. Saunders' did not need to Foreign Policy Association, bornin
. __ .. 13 18 0 the best of circles and among the advise 'The Citizen that we are
Detroit AMERICANClub t I i| scattered showers on southeast Salem. Ohio, 47 years ago.
Boston __,_"-,,_____"-'h'____" 0 6.1 W.L. Pet.i Two softball games are sched-| coastal sections tonight and.early most cultured and refined of, our in a democracy where governors ,
..-. j i i; In passing I bring and presidents be criticized,
Trout and Swift; G3IehOl.- uled for'tonight in Bayview morning. citizenry. may may under the law the
that
Boston _.., __.. 55 37 .598, Friday gover-
.n the fact that but he
and Batts, Teb- Park. The will iKantor's I II t to. your attention could have added that
Slulbs the
Ferriss, Philadelphia 57 39 .594 ; opener' find I East Gulf and Jacksonville nor of Florida can appoint to of.
fit to cast disparaging those officials have
'II Bayriew Park. Night, I have seen never been
j you
betts. Cleveland .. 52 37 .584 Men' Shop tangling'i through Florida Straits: Moder- the fice whom he pleases, regardlessof
- remarks not .only on denounced as "downright rude,
i New York" .__ ..:_._ 53 38 .582 i with the Navai Hospital team. ; TONIGHT- i i I I southeasterly winds over the elected official or our state and assuming the writer fell .into recommendations from any-
R. 11. E. Detroit .. ... 45 46 .495 I A game was rained out.t First, Game-Kantor's Men's southern' portions gentle to moderate body or any source).
j'nation
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Chicago 1 ._._____ 39 52 .429 This home should -"prove exerting. Shop vs. Naval Hospital south .to southwest Winds
.. .... 1 6 2 Washington {editorials and paragraphs by the cases regardng the president,
Washington If Kantor's wish they-will ; northern ATHLETES FOOT GERM
'" St. Louis .. ._n__.. .. 33 54 .379 i'I' j jI rained-out game) 1 over portions through j"AH Wise""Orar** woe have even that have been turned over to
Picretti and Robinr.on: ; Hudson, go into second place a game and < Second Game-VFW vs. Adams Weather cloudy 1 1 I!
I Chicago .._... SO 61 .330 j I 1 Friday. partly spoken disrespectfully of the the FBI. To be forceful does HOW TO KILL IT.
Welteroth and Early.NATIONAL .:.=.=....:. .a' half away from the Elks Club. Dairy (tie game). i with scattered showers and a few one IN ONE HOUR.
nations.In have abusive. much
of not be A
: I I. heads foif.gn \to\ ;:
It is expected that Sweeting will FRIDAY- I thunderstorms.
I 1 still another paragraph you stronger letter. within the IP NOT I'J.E"StI.r sachark. "
LEAGUE Softball LeunlC again hurl for the. Men's Shop i; First Game-VX-1 Flyers vs.I No )$mall craft,or dorm warnings Parrishfor Ark tar druKKiM tar thin
commend Commssioner bounds of good taste, could have
Night Game and Frank Tynes for:the Hospital 1 Elks Club (rsind-out STItONU funlrt.lTKtM* Madewith
R. II. E. Class "A- {t I' have been iusued. I refusing to sign the letter in been written to Caldwell than ,a nrrcrnt .hf ttnl. It PKXKTRATES. -
Club W. L. Pct.Bob's boys. t; game of July 6)r"Second ): when as a matter of the ,one Saunders signed. Be- Rea-ben and kill
question
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Boston .1.-- Gain -SubRon Four KepoiVia.> MORE perm fttnur. Today at
Pittsburgh ._. 2 6 0 Sport Shop ._-.22 lr.- the the, Vets will i! t fact he was sixty miles: away in sides, we should keep in mind GAROsn'K PIUR>.I"'Y'.
Salkcld- Riddle, Vets of Foreign Wars ,11 13. nightcap vs. Bob's Sport' Shoji Ke v .West; Jtily' 99. 1 42Observation .. .. --. -. _. .. -
Bickford and ; Adams Dairy _._ 8 16 again tackle the Adams Dairy i (postponed game). taken at o'tY Office

Singleton and Fitzgerald. SubRon 4 ._. ...__._-._ 6 17 team They are but two games j jj i { 8:30 A.M.,,EST) ... I
apart and the Dairy team will i u
R. lL E. Class **B"* j i j' JUNIOR SOFTBALL TemJlK8t1 )
on them and take sect .
Brooklyn __ 12 15 2 Club- W. L. '-PcL'\:and place up before the.sd ed-'J i I Bayview Park.: Afternoon i Highest yesterday 87

St. Louis 1 d..4.* .7- 2 Elks Club _._--.' 14 8 .. I j use winds away up. .Sabok may pitch'I! andMornln9.; .. ... .:. ::. Lowest last night ,h __ ._..---. 80 t'j\\lm m MiIWtikgindIhIaIit4o: ''l..t ,
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Roe -hrman anmpanella; Kantor's Men's Shop 12 10 j for the Vets and Villareal for the Daily play. 7MeanfjNormai __ '::!-\ 'T ,--l- .i.! 84 .i:
Johnson Wilks, Mun er. Ilearn VX-1 Flyers 12 10- .' -' "JT5airy: boys. ] -- .w: ..____.._ ...L__.. 84Pncipitattoa
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Rice.. Naval Hospital n ..-, 4
and H ---- TENNIS '
I f r .-Friday night's. 'double header|j V r ''r(Total last 24 hours _.. .01. !ins. > ,.. -
R.H.EI TpI r will be hard fought games. In i, Barriew and Park. Afternoon.. ...,..4{ Total this1month' 5.61 IivX

New York ----- ..m 580 I Reveals How the opener the' rivals, Elks club'!1 Night '- : Excess this, tP *1th 2.60 ins.
Cincinnati\ -. 0 3 0 I and VX-1 will cross bats. If the i Daily play. .t'f"TTotal, this. year .*- 23.30 ins.
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Hartung and Cooper; Wchrmsirr i- Outwit Hunters I Elks win they'will be, threei i: Excess this year 6.49 ins. .

and Lamanno. i games from the. Flyers, but if ,, SKATING '" g+:I. Relative Hmnidirf '

I I 'I they lose they will only be one ;i I Bayview Park. NIghM t': at *8:30 A.M.,
R H. E. BOISE, Idaho-W( >-An open I game ahead. Anything 'can happen FRIDAY' .'f' W/t; ... ." .-. i
9 14 2 cattle is :-
Philadelphia season on suggested.by i in the remaining four games 1 7:00 to 9:00: P.M. I i- Barometer
Chicago --. 49, an Idaho livestock grower as a !each club has to play. Henson I. -.t. Sea L Tlt 8:30 A.M.
Donnelly Dubiel and Semin- means of reducing the killing of 1 will be pitted against Joe Lewis ] 30.00 ins.-1015.9 robs
Dobevnic. Kush, cattle Idaho I It I BASEBALLMunicipal :
ick; Meyer as suggestedby an ias usuaL Tomorrow' Almanac .
Chambers and McCullough. livestock grower' a means of j t In the nightcap the.; Su Ron :I Stadium. AfternoonSUNDAY f}Sunr-3e!:; :. 5:54 ajn.

reducing the killing of cattle dur- Four will try to Avin from the Sunset _-:___. ._*. 7:12 pjn. I
Germany, students of litera- ing big game hunting seasons. j I Bob's Sport Shop and they have 1:00-Clowns vs. Marines. .t:Moonrise ..*. ,12:25: a.m. ..
ture declare, was the last im- "Every, year" says John -J.Ja real nice club at present with 3:30-Pirates vs. Naval Air "Sta'' Moonsbt' ._._.-. 2:05 p.m. tr
portant part pf western Europeto Highgate. "scores of cMtle.:-to j Huff man, Stenger 'McClure, i tion. i .

achieve literary repute-primarily 1 say nothing .of horses, mules, Smith, Fonte, and other such: I Army Barracks. Afternoon. **.j TIDES

due to their isolation vheep and other animals are, players: It is high time they: win S'JNDAV |;|j r.t j .TOhUfrOw'I :
from Roman and Gallic culture shot by hunters'who mistake "one from the League leaders, First Game-Conchs vs. Sect 1 1f&
(Naval Base)
and partly to constant warfare them for game animals. Deer and .Bob's will throw in Roberts to 1 f pions. 'I Eastern Standard Time; '

within their land. I elk are thereby.-.saved, and con- pitch and Bremmer will be in Second Game-Atomic Bomb-- ;'., High Low
tinue to hills in unabated there for the sub SubRon Four. : i ,
roam our boys. i ers vs. .
3:37 ltl3
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The smallest of the South Am- 1! numbers. All we have to f 1. t i 5i38-pjn. 10.-02 p.m. PS?
.+rican"" countries is UrugUiy.i i do is to declare an open season! One famous oriental rug had The islands of the Philippine. I

with, an area. of 72,153 square I on cattle and dose'the season on designs of brooks, paths lawns. archipelago': largely volcan- t i\ ADDITIONAL TH>E DATA
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niles. deer and. elk. trees and flowers.! ic. '
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I NEW MURDERER'S .ROW t tAP ; BaLaa(bridge Honda) "_>-Oh 10m 0.0,ft ). T ii .'"

: No NameKey $'
(east end)'..;;._+2h2Omi r '

N..I_'.,*. for lock i Boca Chica .,j I
rturlers. It calls mighty fancy hurling to get past man, Point -Oh 40m '
pitchers used to s shudder when forced to face the Thomson, Mize, Cooper and Marshall without one of the five'' (Sandy .
RIVAL Caldes Channel ,
Row" of the old New York Yanke. the ball of the Lockman ,
But this sluggers blasting out. park. was outlast (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft 1
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new murderer's row, the middle of the batting order of the season with a fractured ankle but the other tour were : oOo .

New York Giants, is just as tough a problem for opposing instrumental in setting a major league home run mark of 221 NOTE: .

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Ville. Ohio swimming instructor, -TrrA, Pound Todar-'I t .
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--s33.WILLIAM STREET at the Corner of Southard Street- 1 [l.uaIihJEJwnvW L '. items needed for your outing. Quality merchandise at a budget mark--up always means a saying

ROGERS' No. 2 Size MAXWELL HOUSE: A saving for a trip or a saving for your household. It's t regular Flag shopping habit

PEAS can 15c COFFEE Ib. 49c., I Libby's Sweet, Whole which' will help you save for future vacations. So be sure'to shop at flag when you leave and y
PICKLES 8-oz.23c ...
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HUNT'S TOMATO ORANGE: also when you return. f .
With Grocery OrderCRISCO ': .
Regular
Sauce 3 20c 2
cans JUICE cans 5cWelcWe Rosedale .
TOMATO 8.Oz.Size SUPER PKG. 3 lb. can1.09. y
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PEAS No. 303 I2c :: .
JUICE 3 call.S 23r. SUDS. . 33r .
Dennison's ', % Libb 's Halves, Sliced Elberta Freestone '. '
Potatoes 10 Ibs. 4Sc ONIONS 2 Ibs. ISc : : : ; >jJJJlf
CATSUP 14- z. I9c, "PEACHES ? \ 3k-: ,
SLICED No. 2y2 CAN CRUSHED NO.2 CAN I f- \ ... i.
PEACIIES. 24c PINEAPPLE 23e Llbby's ,
Hunt's ., 2 No. 2 Cant :. Tomato
BERKO Butterscotch 3 Pkgs. Aunt Jemima'sIJUDDING SPINACH, No. 2 I6c Shoestring ,"*- ;. ; .:

2r'" CORN I 2 CANS CARROTS 19cWith .>. '
C Bred l\lix\ 39c .. '
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Sky Line Drive APPLE QT: i Regular Grocery Order t
JUICE can 15c ,NU-A\AID\ Oleo lb.39c.WE LIBBY'S ,- : : .. J juice. :
RINSO 27c.
' : RESERVE THE: RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES- DE LUXE PLUMS ige. : *

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Premium Quality Foods a't. the, Lowest PricesEGGS MEAT 2 for I7c. ...', ( ,
ARMOUR'S Tcmlcriycil] .: : 8 to 12 Ih. Average
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| Grade. "A"Large; doz. fc L White House Apple 303 .. .HAMS SbmlkHalfor WJ.i ie, : '.; b. 65cColonial
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LEAN MEATY I Grade 'A Boneless -

Spare Ribs .45( I Beef it .rtl Ib 69c. Donald Duck Grapefruit 3 No. 2 Cans_ Sliced BACON 1 //b: Cello 53c
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I I Canned Stahl-Meyer Cooked HAMS 9 Average.to nib. Ib 79c JUICE . .13C.. FRESH MEATY .

k: Mott's- Assorted 10-oz:! '
RIBS' 'lb. 49c
LEAN END CUTS IN QUARTERS SPARE ,
JELLIES 2 for 33c- J f
Pork Chops or J DURKEE'SColored
.Pork Roast lib. 55 C Oleo lb. 53 c My-T-Rne ALL-WI lITE CARTON j

FRESH-SHIPPED. DRESSED and DRAWN PUDDINGS 2 for I3c; Clorerbloom/ U"Mediul1Z EGGS.. doz. 69c


Chickens- 2 to:3: Lb.Average Lb.54c Facial Tissue ,. HORMEL'S WESTERN

Wilson's SLICED I YES ". 400" I9b a.EF POT ROAST r lb. 53c ,
I I B li rb.R079; L
BACON lb. SIc c Condensed MilkEAGLE ,
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Maxwell House COFFEE i lib.car 481/2C ISoz.286Bon ,: .
SALES LIMITED SALES LIMITEDMHBOBBBBaaBn .
-- OilOLIVE .. (J.I-n"J 7.- /;.
PETER PAN MOTHER'S. OATS '2 *' '
OIL I3cExpert
PEANUT HITTERJar 15cL1BBVS -oz. .
29c Pkg. '. ls.
White 14-ox.': '
I UNT'S. TOMATO JUICE :, .:UUMBO '_SIZE-PINK MEATCANTALOUPE "
TOMATO SAUtE: 2 16Oz. Cans 19c I CAKE MIX 25c, I9c -4
3 onus 20cGRUWRUIT "
LIBBY'S Safe Owl Black Ground I'/-oz._ EXTRA,FANCY ELBERTA S
2lbs.
1 ; : JUICE: FRUIT COCKTAIL ts4
11"0.L PEPPER 2 for I7c FREESTONE PEACHES 25c -.E

STUA\\l EHUY JAM FOOD Baking PowderRUMFORD. ,

r 16Oz. Jar 35rSPRY3Ssr 2 cans 27c 4-oz. 9ct FRESH CALIFORNIA ?

; '.KERSiiEY'S FactoryPickedSUGAR51bs.43c CARROTS .: .;::-.t. .2 bunches I5c
Wilkes Irish No. 2 -
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i 1 -- Regular .' ( CELERY .'" .'* .?;':" .'J"S"' .l..|...,,-5.; '::1t.";VJ.g. : stalk,':. I3c
1 U. SMU.: 1 NEW JERSEYPOTATOES ,\ -, "s ; ; ',
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CAMAY 2 for 17 ; .
1Obs42c c .' .r. J: .
.,.. ICEBERG-, LETTUCE'.v- '''. i. ( 2 heads 27c ,
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I Large Heads Lettuce ,Eath 14c "s == -. :' ;:

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I Fancy Firm TottKitoeS lb. 17c / i

I Phone Order Accepted for Delivery -CALL 67 \
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814 Fleming Street Key West, FloridaW ; .
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PAGE EIGHT .. .. _____ THE KEY WEST CITIZEN THURSDAY. JULY 29,

Must Dress -! \Quantity Rights -Reserved' .I _. _._c __ -- _.. ,- h, : -'. __. --. : .- .-- = .:__" A

1 PRICES GOOD FOB THURSDAY FRIDAY .SATURDAYWe ,
For (Dinner!:
Specialize Only in CHOICE CUTS of

STANS, Switzerland (A1)) -j j/j Western I BROADWAY SUPER MARKET
Governments of the cantons of Quality MEATSI
Nidwalden and Ozwalden have i; I
ruled that persons in scanty ,
bathing suits or bicycling costumes -j, APPLESAUCE APPLE OZARK
will not be permitted in j SWEET
restaurants and other public!, JUICE Potatoes I DUVAL alPETRONIA -

.places. I 4CANS25c) No.2 2 CANS No.',2 No.2V CAN12c 2 ST. ._. SHOP .
TODAY IN HISTORY 1 SHOP V
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1775-The Continental Con 1
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Phillips' 16-0s..Size Armour' 3 CANS Etan
tion greps to give army first chaplain formal corps rccogni II Spaghetti. 2 rain, !19,.. "E'anft"a',1; l Cream: 41 rSw'ffs
177& JGeorgc Clymer an Pabst BROADWAY. BROADWAY
Michael Hillegas of Philadelphia ) CAll'TO1C
merchants appointed by Con ; : 2 li,U. for 35rNo. ( ROAST KKKF 45 -.
ImenLdl Congress joint or Con '
tiwntal Treasurers.1786First; T.;bh.'s 2V4 Sire Libt-y' Ho. 2'i S5*' and
issue of the Pith Fruit Cocktail :39r K'A nOT FIGS I2r;
burgh Gazette first nowspjpewo : .. .,
t of the Alleg nlcs-a week Libby's N />" =*- Lil-I-,'. Whole Kernal No. 2 V
iy.> De Luxe PLUMS 25c CORN .' can 21c .SA VE V SAVE
1846-Co1. John C. Fremont a.
the head of an American fom I': LIBBYT K-Size Can .a..D.m. . 0 . . .. . 11 . .1 . . . . q. .
occupies San Diego and the U S. I I J SAUSAGE .
VIENNA ':
35c .0
officially raised over California .
flag .
for the first time. 111\ tfsschnnlst Tell GarlIc' California in Syrup Del tllunteV
(1905-U. S. signs agrcmen'with a
Japan whereby Japan recognizes LIBBY'S 3 '/4-Size Cans I LIBBY'S 16-Ox. Can .

over cognize;: the theirs Phillippinec American over Korea.sovereignty and we re POTTED MEAT 27c I I Corned Beef Hash;32 := APPLEGRAPE= : Sliced : Crushed : .

1914-First tal kover new telephone y LIBBY'S I .
'wire b- wcen New York V

and 192O-B'ginnin San Francisco.of air mail I CUSTARD PUMPKIN "SB17c PINEAPPLE
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San service Francisco.between New Yoik anc" A U C E J U2170Uj ICU PEACHES.

1 193&-Nazn declare all. Germans e '
of Germany.wherever" living "citizen Soap Powder.i. i 3'3c PINT : FULL FULL
23 19' 19. 29.
peace 1943-Gen.'to Italians.1944American Eisenhower. offer Rinso, Simer Suds, Duz, Oxydol \ : a r s ', : BQrrLE' r. : NO.2/CAN : NO.2 CAN :

crash through shattered armored German forces ( Octagon Flakes, Ivory Flakes, Etc. / . .-. II 13 . ., II . .>. ... . II! II IIJ . III . . . m a
lines in Normandy QUIGG'S' Chef-BoyAr- CAMPBELL'S 1890 FRENCH All Grinds Tea Garden Joan of Arc
1945-Japan's premier rejects RCBATomato ROGER'S Long;,Grain Dee ASSORTED' BAB0CLEA lMO TE" PEACHPreserve KIDNEYBEANS

surrender 1946-I'jiib ultimatum.Peace Conference Juice II Sweet Peas 'I RICE spAcinrniDINSER SOUPS I Regular>SLIt' Dressing I. ,
op"n. 44-Oz.' Pkg. Regular Can Can 8-Oz. Bottle Pound Jar 303 Size Can65c
1947-American rsoluti'm lot. ... N0:2: NO.2CANS .
establishing Lion in the a Balkans frontier vetoed coirmis by:. Iftc 4 8 CANS .3- 37c ..r 16c lOc 33c lli. 45c 25c 13c
Russia in the U. N Security -
Council llth Russian veto BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSiilBBPBBBBBBlBiBBBBBBBBlBBBBflBBBBBaFresh
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1947-Steel price raised between .' JANE and SHINE
$5 and $10 a ton. 1 LARGE 2 for 35c Fruit; s and Vegetables I
NO .
NO. 2STOII'
F'ba'rfhe to ThP "itlPfI 1. e IUUDSEYE
,FrCJ-lcll F"OtJ S'rUUELocated ; XCDfUA, == Cali/nrniit: ; CKEEX-TOP: agjp
r.r .0.11. et Located 1 Y AY 99 h.3 rate 2 for 21(
STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE at ,\1)1\1\15 Ice ('.renni at rR >NEW.IMPRODFA TEX SVDS'VS
TRIUMPH 1502 .Nice Line or Fruil" 629 i rARROTS 2 Bunches 19c i
COFFEE: BERTHA STREET spiI 1 Ye;:etabley EATON ., .
STREET -
.MILL 0 Choice Cuts or e LIAKC < .
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.i PHONE WESTERN 111\ :,\TS PHONE : 35c ,. '\ 3. U.'S.1 A'.,. J K'lllTK H
All trm"fa; 1178. 1342 I 4 y *ttES&fcffiMrc/L/A// / : 2 f for 29c r' a Elra
.a. 0 7 a a ,I _: \Free Deliver] lli"'"'t 7JA* WAS* I't TATOES 5 Lbs. 23c ram
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V -- SPARKLES_ Giant 89c a . "
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: PLENTY -,' :: FLORIDA JUICY; {Large Size) aa::

I PAcKP tARG.1 35c I i

t tl fOFS EVFRYTNfNG MEDIUM) -2 for 29e- Persian. LIMES ,2 Doz,29c .
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i\\ 31&. Can $1.29 i MATOES Pound 15c I

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AND SAVE I V .CARNATION MILK 2 for 19c 2 for 27 Pound I 37cBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBEBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJI

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N ing...you pack plenty of enjoyment a iya I
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R lam' Pepsi-Cola in the new lightweight a 3 o.ba t Ie
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metal carrier. Six big 12-oz. .;..o MECHOICEIS q3 aa
I VV 11 \ t\ bottles in this handsome,handy I 40-02. 2 5 C a.
carrier that's easy to store :'n. ; -
easy to carry fits so nicely I a ara
-' V 4 : into the picnic basket.Get Pepsi USAGE V FANCY Shi/p1ied Georgia; Crude "/i" DRESSED and DR.IWH( ::

t4s rs 1 0 today in the handy metal carrier. G L l&PFFIiSIHT! JUICE 84a lea FRYERS Cut Up-Ready for. Pan Ibe 69c.' a

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t .Delivery Now A>"ailablReserve le. Furnished by B.&B. Delivery Service .
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