The Key West citizen
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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 30, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
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System ID: UF00048666:00210
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most Key. West.equable Florida climate has! in the the I 1 ,. :i Associated: Press. _. Day, Wire.

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7 Best Interests of Key West


VOL. LXIX. No. 181.Treasury KEY WEST FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1948 .'sa-. ,.s PRICE FIVE CENTS


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TO DEATH ANTM'OLL President And) !I '" .r1..tI No Known*F- 1-llANK U. DAVIS AT MARATHON,

AGAINST PRICES Dewey Attend\ Reason < I Mrs. Dorothy Day. widow cf Frank Underwood. D vis. who

spy T,.* ,....wfa r4 Prrra I Negro1Kills j f died during a struggle in the home of.Jack Howe at Marathon early

WASHINGTON. July 30, _I I I yesterday! testified:: today that her husband struck her several times

Treasury Secretary Snyder to- Aircraft Meet Dancers :.before, his death.
,day testified before the bank.
| (A?) Photo from Air Force I i She gave this testimony before Peace Justice J. Y. P.:act i ( IV.

ing committee on a proposed TRUMAN TO LEAVE FOR i AN F 84 THUNDERJET. latest'in American rains TWO SHOT : and'a jury who'were conducting an inquest today to determin-: air
bill to stop inflation. lIe advocated jet fighters. lies in after crashing in attempt- DEAD FOUK ,
an additional bank reserve of MISSOURI{ HOME AFTER : ing to land at the Air Force Base at Greenville S. C. Capt. Thomas H. Brown. the 'pilot from! I cause of Davis' death.

10 cent, which would Shaw Air Force Base at Sumter. S. C. escaped with a fractured left'arm. The wrecked. jet was WOUNDED 'IN NEGRO Present was Jack Ilow('. -IG, a commercial fisherman of Mr-: .-
per cut I
I SPEECH: TO VOTE one of four flying in formation from Shaw Field to GreenvillePROTEST thon, who is being held in county Jail here while the ratoncrV jury!
down by $12 billion he estimated -; DANCE: HALL IN 311-
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when the applied to Slates.the 13.000 banksin I .HyT. ,..._ta,... r..f.- ( STATEMENT IN"KEY German:; Death Alta I OUTLAW'S BROTHER I say not 1lave..thmt; 10
j I NEW; YORK, July ZD( --A tleni- IBTkr A..wl i1r* Pr._. -t NOMINATED SJlEIUn I Mrs. Davis, testified that :she

none Meanwhile of the, bills it appeared the Presidenthas that I onstration: ( of the nalic.no air 't., l Kale Lowered MIAMI, July 30. Without" ,, F; ; married Davis in April. of tl-n!

proposed to stop inflation j I[ power i U in- prjigix-ss this lft-r- LARGO" PICTURE} ; an instant's warning and for-no* .. year. She described hw hU lJand
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will come up for passage at the" airport All m'r.LIN-/P-Th( :; Germans reason has yet been determined as a strong man but now exceedingly -
special session, because of the the latest types til the nation's ,i I are making a comeback" health I a negro entered a negro f ; fat
filibuster by southern senators I aircraft are participating in the I Chambers Of Key West.*_. which was undermined bv the'i.war. f dance hall here, shortly after "He told mea few day ago
the dcmonsration. I that he did not have long to fin"
against anti-poll tax bilL The American Military 1
midnight ,
The filibuster is gathering: I President Truman and Governor Marulhou And Tavcmier Finds: Thimble !government has announced the : morning: pulled I Mrs. Davis told the jury. "II..
force, though it was said it may}j Dewey of New Yoi k are ;i''German I death rale for the ,first out a revolver and fired cix was worried about his Imam-' .
scheduled to make addresses at Semi Telegram To Prodiners shots at the dancers. He did not have a I
be stopped for a short time to -! time since the end of the war was penny warn
consider a t-solution to adjourn I I the celebration.At After 49Years1REYNOLDS. lower than the pre-war death Two were killed and four married him and I had bc'n:
which 4s likely to be introduced the conclusion of his address l- ,I ral- m the Anelo American :zones.! were wounded two of them se 'tarrying: ;: all the living exp<"n.r._
this afternoon. : the President will leave ; Netr< }>-Just;, In-the twelve months ending: in 1 since our marriage."
Senate Leader Robert d\. Taft! for Independence, Mo. where he A telegram was sent to Warner: 43 years and one day after she April, the rate drooped fn '"Q i I riously. She told of going to the Fa
said that the resolution .will ,be intends to remain till next Tuesday Brothers Pictures today by the, lost; her :rilver thimble in her gar-'' deaths per thousand: population I I The attacker fled during the i mingo Bar at Marathon. Ho .,,0)>
defeated. He .added that the to vote in the Democratic Key West:: Chamber of. ommerce,'den. Mrs. Mildred M. Ammor- from- 13.4 deaths per thousand in''i confusion and has ,not yet been she missed him and then found!

Democratic filibuster against; the, primary. the Upper Keys Chamber of Commerce -i man got the thimble back. thf preceding twelve months.) .The apprehended.Police him seated in her car outside\; the
anti-poll tax bill probably will Governor Dewey, after he fin- Paul Tide 'found it and Mrs.'t 1947 death rate in the' United I questioned: of bar."I
and the Marathon Cham-] many c
ishes speaking, will leave for said to Mm' 'what
be carried into late next week. Ammerman identified it from States was 10.1 deaths per thousand are :ou
his farm at Pawling. N. Y. her of Commerce protesting] her initials it the dancers, but none knew of sitting out here for.' Then li"
by which time a motion to end engraved on __ __ persons. .'
the rpecial session' will carry, i j, statements in a picture "Key : any.reason for the shooting. They reached out of the car and st; ucJ:
Nothing, -apparently, will },e ; Woman' Largo,"- currently showing. f !:I O'1F "IRCLINC r 9 CGCitetTt 'I said the negro entered the hall me. Then he slapped me again

done on the President's proposal l i; InjuredI The wire stated that; the statement -. a and'"suddenly began to* shoot 1 !*.; He dragged me into the car an i
to roll back prices to a level that I without having said a word. He beat me some more. He made r.'i
Bottle of one'of, the'actors declaring -t accusations against me. I c'-n't
was in effect last November.]I By Slung I did not stop shooting until he
Neither will anything, so it ap-1 that the "temperature sometimes :; J I had emptied the revolver's know what was on his mind. He
pears now, be done about thePresident's Marie Mitchell, a stranger,'' gets as low'.as 100 degrees': :chamber. Then, during the looked like an insane man.
recommendation for r screaming and running I "He had had ib ee or 'itn-'
was early today by : and inferring that the summer
"..paccaze Qf .. : IA's'ure. ,*ChicfalkputySi"' riff Moreno vcmpetcf 3%ar&n VftilgTief'"! :out of the lifWof f. the sho.ts. th@tnegroturne drinks of"whisky-Sit he way II'< t
Wallace of 1 -tdaridiren out of, the,1' f fdrilt..H r-neTergW int.Xir-nt'd.:
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According to the Republican'assault .after she allegedly I, was inimical to the people of the J ''TIBET halL (W Wirephoto !| Mr. and Mrs. Howe came out strategy; tho blame for. the fail-;;j slammed a bottle across the head'I i Keys and Key West. i the bar and we all drove tf'
ure to act on the presidential of Mary Ann Bateman in the I The wire'states: !I 1 THE NAME OF FLOYD took Howe's apartment. Davis ca; ">.
recommendations will be placedon Palm Club of Stock Island. The '"The livelihood of most of'our, 1 (. A i r0 sx SS Cable Due To 'on a new meaning in Scquoyah ,: in twice to ask me if I was corning -
the Democrats for their fili- she people on the. Florida Keys and home. I told him I was nit
buster. j t I sitting Bateman quietly woman at says a table when was <{ey West dependent upon the 4iC.i Arrive Here Soon cquniy. Oklahoma.. Wedne. j: "Mr. Howe told him that hi "
:the Mitchell woman swung the tourist business both summer and I jOALiSFo I day. after E. W. Floyd (above) {{i did not want him striking me In
;bottle., winter. ) ;fr':5;;: 'Y won the Democratic nomination his presence. He said I was welI -
LOll 0115 Plan : Miss Bateman's injuries were "Lionel Barrymore's remark in I SS Cable. the salvage tug for i i jto remain in Howe's apartment
treated at,G ley's Memorial Hos- your movie, 'Key Largo,' implying -r owned by the MerrittChapmanScott sheriff in, a run-off that night I escaped from the
Sex Classes : pital. i that the winter temperature I Corporation, is due to arrive i primary. He is a brother) cf I j Howe apartment and went to
i -- ometimes gets ',s low as one\ at Key West Naval Station II the late Pretty Boy" Floyd i theowner of the apartment
; hundred degree* thereby inferring either tonight or tomorrow for I I "Later, it was about 1:30 or 2
1 Seek Divorces.I notorious
UNDON-M'-A) 34-year-old'' that the- summer t mpera- permanent assignment to this outlaw, who was shot !: a-nu, July 23 a rap sounded at
ban on the teaching of sex hygiene |I Petitions seeking divorce were ::lures are much higher, is clearlya base. to death by federal officers a {>! the door. The woman I was vi,,-
in London's public elemen-1 filed yesterday i in the office of slander on this community. Sailing from New York Monday -II decade ago.PCE892. j i iting with asked who was theio.,
tary schools has been lifted by I Circuit Court Clerk Ross r p*..- "United States Weather Bureau, al the tug relieves another tug j "'It's Jack. Tell Dorothy that
the London County Council's ed-ycr, by Francis Arent Marshall here reports highest recordedajmmer of the same corporation, which i Davis is dead.'"
ucation committee. Sex educa-:against Johnnie Hard Marshall. temperatures in this area has been on duty for several I Readiest!! Mrs. Davis said she went: tm-
tion was banned by the councilin and by Mary KetK-rinc Batsman ninety-four degrees. Average months in Key West. i t mediately to the Howe aeartment -
1914. The (committee decided Broylcs against Jerald Otis Broy- daily range in" summer eighty- The Cable's crew left Key I K.W. Naval where she found her husband ;--
that "a special note,of Ituidan les. three to eighty-eight degrees, / West for Boston last September.The RaseThe on the floor She told how
should be prepared for teachers while in win- 'CANADA obtained from had tin' to
j I average daily range i new tug was I the Howes and she
to use in the course. 'tr seventy-three to eighty degrees \ 7 ..NOR the U.s. Navy and was outfitted PCE-392 .which U on a''t (Continued On Page Eight)
Fon SALE!! FOR SALEM!! approximately."We at Boston and New York. Naval reserve cruise from Poet
'46 Chevroltt. 4-Dr.' 51695 enjoy a brisk summer: yo3 d'rF CA oe (F Captain Emerson Russell is Arthur,. Texas arrived at the t'j _
CENTRAL PHARMACY Sedan.Very Clean.Radio Jourist business from people incur f in commanoTof: the vessel while !Key West Naval Base today, but LUGGAGE

rrr.eripI.w. .'.11.. r.r ..< j 1'47 Plymouth Club Cpe -| OQP own southern states as well J Capt. E. B. #lumford is the will! leave here late today for !i I TOP
4Js from Cuba and the Caribbean ,'
wrecking master.Palace
o.IIY" 4 Only 7.000 Miles.Rdio LOJDi Mi mi. She is scheduled in-Mi- !
Compare our prices on Fre lI crlptloi e i Islands the future of which willI'. 'ami for recreation for the crew i i CARRIERSfor
CALL TELEPHONE 754 i I i NAVARRO, Inc. 'x; adversely affected by the misleading -. of 71 men and nine officers. Aft- '
$ ALL CARSItoy'e
('mrr While mad UIU I.. Opposite Bu Station statement. :t Start t'Jdr22. Mt 1u< .o r Theater er that she will return here and j
West Anl Parts
"Request that this damaging land Key
I m then take off for Port Arthur. '
..................i I entirely untrue statement. bo Kirley Grant and Ken Trietsch: in 121 Duval St. Phone 442-
deleted front.the .film. /Pt Wirephoto Map "SONG OF IDAHO"NEWS .


SAVES GAS I i "M RATJION CHAMBER American: B-23. one of three on a flight around the world SERVICE
OF COMMERCE."KEY crashed into'th sea off Aden. Arabia. Wednesday. Master,Sgt. STATIONFrancis
Lou Smith Auto Service I i I 'Thum Iii Jm' at Division Phone 3134 i il DANCEAmerican
terpriscs, NcrwoodL-
Arun WEST CHAMBER Sigyer R. Cusiafson of : Mat was reported to have
White at Fleming St. Phone SI I -r HlHtJ OIL Itoalrr *
Opposite Army Barracks ,<,I Division-Phone 8t3 1 "OF COMMERCE. I been the only crew member to survive. The black line denotesthe LINDSEYMotor LET Cr..". Spray or,
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--- ----------- route of the world-girdling flight. Change.Your Oil ,
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Everybody Gets a RestThe Have Your Car z BARGE LINE. Inc. : I Galvanized'Roof Used Car Dealers *" EverySaturday
poor printer sets up II
hese blurbs. the long-suffering Dressed Up A'exf Barge'A"flrp f STRUNK LUMBER YARD 10JDuval Street I'I and SUNDAY MORNING : Night.
:ublic that eats our food and I Next to La Ccncha Hotel
.he overworked cashier who Painting 544.95 up-All Cars Minrn*. $*.,.. f.f f v.t I :iLIVE( ) Poultry & Egg Markcl'!t TELEPHONE 8U PHONE 501 Cliucttlale Cretins Vie i 50c_ PER PERSON

rings up the dough BODY anti FENDER j j jJ 1214. White Street I '- I Key Lime PeSpier I PRIZESLegionnaires
SUMMER SUNDAY Work by Tom and. Sam |, PHONE' 540 1 1 .1 19JU CHEVROLET C.ake II nd Guests
1i 9'Pacsenger Pumpernickel Bread
In This Line i
NIGHTUWEAvER'S! Experts For Sale t Ife Incite l'vu+to Compare 1 FO t Sale '19.17 CHRYSLER Music by

Monroe Motors, Inc. 1946 ROYAL CHRYSLER- \ Quality and Prices New Yorker Sedan I THE THREE SHARPS

OF COURSE 1113 White SU Phone 725 4Door8199500. '37 Plymouth Coupe f 1947 Custom DeSOTO'' Sedan I-P Perez Bros. Bary! 11 From 9:00 Till 1OO

--- .--- -- -1342 PLYMOUTH, CLUB .. 60ci 4-Door-CHAMPION.f'r. ";i947 po 'TlACStraight
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COUPE Beautilml t Sedan -
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Paint ,-. .-1.$9in-QO: i i Bate .Ira ise d '47 Studebaker 1947 DeSOTO I .

H. K. .MOORE M.. D. 1941 PLYMOUTH CONVER. I'' 2-Door-CHAMPION Custom Club Coupe Re-OlJeniRK August 16th
i '49 Studebaker 1947 CHEVROLET

Announces the SJfr..s109500 !ROASTING 1 1-Ton TRUCK Fleetline Aero Sedan CHARLES R. ROBERTS MUSIC STUDIO

Closing Of His Office I SQQZTOO" HENS n',SOC *i-Ton. TRUCK Master De Luxe Tudor I ESTABLISHED 1330
Bargain.. .. I I 1 Sedan '

Good s -" Garage Business Coupe"Featurino Interviews
FROM THURSDAY. JULY 2SHe by Appointment
Buy . .. eJNAVARRO Our Poultry Is Received II Tour Friendly
Wllilf 'Is Away Engaged In A Four-U'tek : Studebaker Dealer"" Quality 872-R

I'oat-Craduate, ,Study at Harvard University. Inc.Ovoosite I ALIVE and Dressed Daily 1130 DUVAL STREET Used'Cars OpIyT"No Telephone
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.- .1- Bus Stations .
PHONE Trade-Ins Required" f MARGARET STREET Oppocite Harris School

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.tIfe Sky mrst Cttton! '. PLACE- Radio :TIN CAN ISLAM)J- DESERTED Wage Increase and I, Profit Survey -

ha by Programs I
Published Dally Exeopt *Y. 1-- -
""l L. P. ARTM-&". Owner nnd r RhUakST Florida js no-longer a one-)1 r8e st te. AUCKLAND.: N.Fo'ou. .Z.--( ')-Ni'UI"I :Show Some I Interesting Figures
:MORMAN D. ARTMU. BwiMM Mnnn O* IS.. : "
From The CHliea BoUdiac Before the. coming of the automobile, little the: "Tin Can Island of _
'... Corner Green and Ann St.ta 1 the South ;.Pacific, is: '''d rted-j the. place got .its .name from a New Y rk-Labor's share of : : '-

Only Daily Jewspper in Key West and. danger:was attached'to cattle roamingon NETWORK PROGRAMS *"' Abandoned buildings- ..jintended|[; m amig' p.3rtice begun by Chas. America's national income, measured -

Monroe Countycatered or across highways, but! Florida has Eastern Local Tim*. Fee central 1 plantations and a few roaming 1\i:L& Ramsay in 1921. For 11 years in dollars has risen by leaps i _

:.- : at Key Woat. Florida. a> second class Matter. grown up and should' compel livestock subtract subtract twe one news.hour...for... mountain local stations pigs and dogs alorte'-remain-as' a ,,."he swam ,out-4o ships to deliver I and bounds since 1929 while theinvestors"

MEMBER OK THE ASSOCIATED PRESS change hour ef relay te *t record of a once thriving,Tongan and receive mails in: a tin can. share has dwindled toin _
owners to stop letting their cows wher- schedules. Last minute l -
go local pre-
.. Tb. Associated Freaa U exclusively entitled to I community The people were I figure.

-. .to to It Tor or reproduction not otherwise of all credited news la dispatch thla 1 paper.credited and ever they wish, regardless of the l loss of gram changes cannot be chM4. I forced 'to' flee the 'island by repeated -I i Subscribe to, The Citizen Similarly the "real" value-the

tlBO the local news published here. I volcanic eruptions.Four purchasing power-of Labor'sshare
human life in their going. FRIDAY 'JULYIvecieg 30 1 i 'LEGALS has increased far beyondthe
hundred miles northeastof
SCBSCRIPTIOV! KATES I rise in the cost of living.while
When Fuller Warren addressed Key
One Year. ___ ,It..t Nukualofa Niua Fo'ou is one I
-Six;; SlonthoJ. .- LOS Ieo-: Xews Report. li: 111_keNewscmt j,lS: TUB CIHrilT; COFWT 1W TUBRLVBfl1 the purchasing power of the inves-
rhreo Months. ._ _"J.n-. West voters during the first primary> ? campaign Kvery Day--cbo of the loneliest island 14t.el "" 'Uc-t"L find, tors' portion his tkTjppedsnarpIyiThat -'
LOS Network Silent Hour-abe-eaat southern Pacific It bas long l, A\U FOR "OM :M. nth { t .a .
''CC he told hem the planks I in brief summarizes the
tnattohe6 Kiddie Hoar (r.p.at-abe.we.t ..
; '..d17 .21 T I volcanic 4 h'Tit. OPCHRISTINA. ..."''" t
record When lug
hr. mbs-eat
: Network Silent U )- I I'Ii .nI4 r..Y ftndingt of c noted New York
in his platformoppos'edthepractice of I
ADVRRTISIN'Q! RATES ; Kiddies Hour Crepeatba.eat.IDSport. area was devastated:: by lava. 'IB f5t. ,0. 11,45* utility executive who has Just

:- lade Known on Application cattle roaming 'at wITlirvfer" :'tlie state'shighways. Report on.: Muslo UN--cbs Time-nbo I months ago th6, Tongan Goverii-.- :" LIU.tAaIPlaintiff,, completed: an authenticated" survey w' giFif. ''

SPECIAL KOTICB "He pledged )ijmsejf\ that, in the 1:30-ualo! Time-cbs-ea.t inent decided'"to move- the' isV vs. "OH'AHCtt ACTION. 'of the trend of the nattonalincome _
4 All reading notice, cards of thanks resolutions ; -':4S-Newscast by Three-nbc land's, 1200 people .to the .fertile JU..F.s TALMAOB, MOON.- from 1929. peak of theo-
ft rerpect. obituary: nottaea, yo taf, etc, will bolarfred event af his electfMihe wpum J recommend Lowell Thomas repeat; 11)-cbs lightly-settled island of 1UI.: Defendant, ealled peridd" and
for at the rate of 10 :00-Supper Clu1)Bbc-basia OP riTHMCATIOVJames :
Notice for entertainment by churches from which: to :the legislature that a l lay 'be passed to i The Lewis Show-cbs The main migration .was :carriedout TO/ harbinger of the depression up to
..C n revenue Is to be derived are ft cent a line. :News and Commentary-*bc a ago. A small party 'fal.... MOON and including 1947.
The Citizen U an open forum and Invite dla- keep Florida high ways-safe from cattle. Fulton Le ;ls. Jr.-mbs year Crelma. VirgInIa| .
curalrn of public issues and subjects of local. or '7:1!-News and Cnmment-nbol left on the island to complete the .Y.* are h.r.by'wquIr.d. ( to an- The survey, phrased in simple
-' general Interest but it will not publish anonymous Mr. Warren, at ml'and/Fort Lauder- )aUy: CoumeBtary- evacuations since teen re pear la the BUI ot CompUUt: for dlrcr 'language and based :on official
communications. News: Dinner Date-rots 'CI tit t'ha.*bo v:a styled C'IIU"nit!
dale moved. Because of the difficulty statistics, has been
on Wednesday, .demonstrated that he 7:30-Music For Tonight-"b the Ista day e' Aavnst. A, U 1I4S. government
jerry Way Show-cbe 'of attempting a' landing 'on the othfrws' | the aHerailan therein compiled by Mr. John A. Ritchie.
? is determined to have that'plank in his Lone Ranrer l>ram& mbo rocky shores Niua Fo'ou wiU be w.Hi: .he taken a* ensfesend. Chairman of the Board of the John A. Ritchie

platform put into law. In speaking about 7:4i-Kaltf'nborn Henry: J. Taylor Comment-mbs -abr rarely visited in the future. week This for order four'ell be consecutive pvblUbed once weeks a Fifth Avenue Coach Company. i son, Improvements and reserves

livestock wandering along the highways News Broadcast-cb. Known to philatelists through. In. The Key Treat Ciliate, a newspaper I Although carefully'abstaining -tp increase and improve poduction -
MEMBER ((3)) 1948 Sports Comment-rob* published ia Key west Flor- of its factual
out the world as Tin! Can Island. from interpretation seek out\ new markets
E of Florida :W-Paul LaraU Bandbo .
'ponted out that prominent
a is itself
Mr. and Jane Ace-cb Loe and Ordered this 15th day content the survey by an create: new jobs and make more

physician in Fort Lauderdale:; lost his life Fat Man Df'tecUye--abo of July, "... IX 154*. answer to the claim of certain secure the jobs,already held.In .

Always a WomanmbaI LEGALS i (SKALJRooa' Labor leaders that corporate prof- real value--purchasing power
when his car collided with a wandering : -Who Said "hatbe C Sawyer,
-, It Is Always Albert I -cba Clerk of the Circuit Court. 'its are far outdistancing the gains -LabOr's shar?"\in.l9i7 .was 81
mule. This is F.H.L. Dramar abe I>f THB CJHrriT COritT OF rite Mnaroe County.. Fkvrlrta.By bf the American workingman. per pent greater than In 1929
Leave It to Girls- -mbs I F.LEVK\TH JIIMIIAL CiRfillcur I : (adl 'A It". 'C; Longworlh.Deputy '.
Thus while corporate profits while dividends paid.investors last
1MPHOVEMEKTS FOR KEY WEST Mr. Warren is aware that in advocat- 8:55-BIHy Rose Comment rob* I 'THB ST4TB Ot FL RIU%, Clerk
> I THOMAS R CAH amounted to $17.400.000.000 last were reduced In purchasing
':University Theater-mbo IV AMD FOB WO\HOB COt\TV
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ing such a :law he will tase much resent- To Be Announced-cbsBreak : 1CH A\CHBVm. 5stjqiep' fur ,ti Pbstptflf.JuIyhI2315 'year, or 8.6 per cent of the national power by 9.18pez. cent over thesame '
the Bank-abc (' 11-313 : ;. .abgf" 114& .
ment among cattle owners'.in some partsof : Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mbs MART- KATIIKUINK BATRMAXEROYLES. income. Labor's share in wages period.
'r .. "and salaries from private business The "real value of the 18VT
"t:15-News Broadcast-mba Plaintiff ,
'LL.FOR: !
1. More Hotels and Apartments. the state. The owners are averse to go- ,,"". mYORCR PROPOSALS which based
fl:3O-Paige'p Musicomedy-cbs Scaled pr poal'- win I" rf'40ly. totalled $105,200,000,030, dollar on prices prevailing
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. ing to he expense to fence in their cat The Sheriff. Drama-abcThe JERALD OTIS, BROTKES Tfefendant. rd by the City' Commission of The 'represented 52 per cent of the in 1939 (when. World War '11
Colonel's Quis-mbs- : ,
3. Airports-Land and Sea. tle; but regardless of thai attitude Mr.\ 5b5-FIve-Minut.I>> ; Sporte-abo :ORDER 'OP" PCBI.ICATIOV Olty City Ci of I..r".OClre.Key West. CHy Florida hail at Key the national. income. broke out) was 63 cents. Thus,

=' 4. Consolidation of County and Bill Henry J- ewp, -mbs TO: JKKAL1> OTIS UKOTLU3. A\Vfit Florida up to eight Vcix-k Wages and salaries showed a wages and salaries last year increased

City Governments. Warren intends to'do j just vat he told the '100-Slapele Manic Show -nbo Box Route 2C.Bunion.. .Z. P. U..Uoixdar, :August* >.'IUI. sackprApo I dollar gain of 132.71 per cent.over in real buying power, to
Phil Baker Q\ I -cbs I aln to b. opened at rrfrular
5. Community Auditorium. yot rs he would do when an aspirant for Dance Band Jamboree-aba Benton Raad.':' f meeting of"i,aid :CHjt. CommMUtion J929,.while dividends increased by $66,278,000,000 compared with'
:Meet the l'relO.-mba ., Louisiana i to be held at raid tmr( naIl tlate at only 16.78 per: cent. Only $6,800- $36,117,000,000 In 1929 while the
-- the Democratic guberjfcrtoiria.l l nomination. 10:3O-rUI Stern Sports-nbe You are hrby required to IIPpf.ar the Commlxiuoa Chambers liT the 000.000 was paid out to investors purchasing power of dividends
Dick Junrena Revue-cb* to tbeBill of Oomplalat lop City ,Hall. Kry ">st, for
''Politicians 'a rule above reuse ; Florida 'in dividends. All the remainder shrunk from $4,717.000,000 to $4,-
as forget about Tex Beneke Band-mbs divorce in tile styled l the fnrnUhin*;, O -nelling fan 4
after '10:45-Pro and Con-nbe on or before the 31st dar of. Au'ogust. ,!blades! 3i.tnrbf'A long lift voit"5OcyeIs :WM retained for capital expan- 284,000,000 in the same period f
promises they get into tiffice but Mr. A. IX 1948 otherwise the allefeations .
b ]iONOGRAPII'To .110-News. V :!Z'Jo bri.-ebs therein will be taken's. i rpeed : Hi subject to the ____ __ __
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Warren is New and -abc r following conditionii( ;
demonstrating that he is .
not a confe8 e Dance Band 2 hrs.-mbf proposal the
News. .
>el*"* *'" *
: ? 'T1'ffllnffttf"t'iHHiinFntiimrfninr
Order Is '0' be- published
Our Merchants: politician of that type. 11:11-News & Variety to 1-nbo once This. a week far four C'OnM't"utiyeWf'ekA fans .raust" enclosed'nfarked, In a sealed' 1 Shanghai Rounds
and the
envelope on outside -
: Advertising is profitable when the Florida : 13:00-Danclna- Continued-abc-west In the Key West r'ltlzen a I "ProPO"" '" for Furnishing- West In
Yes has grown up. Let the I newspaper published. In the City oft Ceiling: Fans,". Key

seller has something to..offer at a price cattle in the state do their"roaming behind I|t( Key DONE W.. AXI.. FloridaI ORnKREP. this !Slh The paid City Commission re- I Up Communists
nerren the right to ejecr any and
'. to the buyer. day of July, A. It. 1948.iafclAL. Gone
that Is profitable fences. Saturday Summary : .) I all pn>po ;ala., : r"uaive any Informality Days By
In any hid or proposaL i
'. Rons C Sawyer I CHANGHAI) -Thirty rw
Eastern Local
Time. FOP central
THE ORACLE Dated at Key %.,t.' Florida. th(*
subtract one hour; for mountain Clerk *.f the CIrClitCourt, 2tth day of July. A. D.' 1 4SVICTOR factory workers who 'took"part
... It subtract two houra.SATURDAY Monroe County. Florida
not until
was the..t.6th' century By (Rd) Anne C LonKworth. S '. City LOWE.n.rk.JuU7.,38.UU. CITIZEN OFJULY in Communist activties duringthe
'- hops were used as an ingredient in beer.. Deputy Clerk.sd 29 1338 last two months have surrendered -
JULY 31 < ) Allan B. Cleare. Jr. '
A MISSION FOR AMERICANS When first introduced in .England beer Solicitor for Plaintiff.' iiimimuiiiiiiiUHminnniiiiHiiniiiiinaiimaanpmaGovernor I : to police city officials:
Morning Jni'35aug.5120.1141S I'% THE CiUfLJT'COEIti''OF THR .said. These workers confessed

was petitioned against to Parliament as a I:00-Tho Story Shop-nbo '- ____ EI.U\ETH'JlDIOtbOP 4'IDE'I'll Fred P. Cone was I according to ciy official, they
Grover Cleveland was a man. who not "wicked weed that would spoil the tasteof ':30 Sboppera.SpeclaJatJo.-Mind Your Jaaaen-nbe- iv 'TIIK IRI"T COIRT OF TUBF.LI4ETH IN AMI FOR )101MO&; COt 'T*'. taken to a Jacksonville hospital I had: been hoaxed into joining a
JI.IUItL. rUU"IT IN; rlliMKHWAL.I.ACE ,'. today for .
: only appreciated the value of economy the people and endanger the people." 10.0O-Frank )Jerri well Dram -nfco fir TUB ClOTH <>F "KI.OMIU1.\; 4'.s..t.. 11-4. treatment according : red-inspired uprising. They have
Red Barber Clubhouse' -cba, A>;D FOIl, MONBOK.; fOIV' \, 1> B. KIRK and to an Associated Press dispatch j! been released on bail and .permt-
and efficiency in government but even Valley Itallca-tmbo. 1 ('UA'PY.- ELEANOR ARBfc '", IRKJ-:' his to The Citizen. Dr. Stanley ted to continue working. ,
10:30-Mcb10 I
Andrews Prajoa-nba Case i* 11M* went so far as to put these do'ctrines into WAS IT MAN, OR APE? Mary te Taylor TkI-cs* HANXAlf i ti. COI.-FEV LVVni. : wife., \Vlaintfff( .riT.TO' win said that Cone'W3S "dr-I Four others including a woman -
4, HtfO-MeeHho'Meeks-tobY Plaint iff.T.I. v... CU.IF.T TITf.BOROROR ing from a mild form of a where charged with .help
effect in whatever office he held. :News: Let's Pretend-cba: imoitcG4AUE4 W. ROBERTS and culatory upsetMembers Chinese Communist
Abbott it Costello-aba agents
F. LYNCH. '. ..
his, wife, et
::. These two sentences from the addresshe. The anthropologists; of the world' are Mori Quiz Hbow-lI\bs' Defendant. rM3.ROIF.RTS i buy ammunition and wexe
11:20: Smllinp Ed McConn: U-Bbl \OTICF; 'TO ATPBR. : Defendantx.,. I :I
delivered on.his. first inauguration as very much interested in the discovery of Junior MUs, Drama- cbs: TO: JAMr F I.YNCH. NOTICE TO APPJoAII-.J of Boy Scout troop I brought before_ the Special Cup-
The -
i inal trial.
Teen Club-raba for
4 I
Sawyer ACenue IN THE NA-HE: OF THE STATE No. 52 sponsored by Key West j I
the University of California scientists ,
President of the United States contain, in ',' Afternoon Dorchester. ManMachuxetlR. ,' < OF FLORIDA Rotary Club, wll leave for 'camp '

essence, the sum of Cleveland' thinking I near Krugersdorp South ,Africa i where JI.-00 Junior-Theater. of Today Cbs *' 'j Tou the are worn hereby. bill required of complaint lopp.arto filedagainst TO: :OIORG&W.R.dURRTS ROBERTS, his wife nnjJKA.N' ;, I at Barlow Florida, on Monday'!by the WPA for purposes to determine -
unctloD-abc '
-. aid acting. on fiscal matters; ,fpssil remains, of.the man-ape, have been .J2:30' -Ce.ffo.,With" Congress-nbo-i .' cans, on you or h in fo"the the above XSth dayS stated of All-';persons any< Interest, ha>lne In or, the rlalmln fol.lowing -. morning, under the supervision I I tions in Key housing: WeV accomrn4a-
Star Over of Scoutmaster Victor Larsen. I.
-) -r Hollywoodbe August. A. IL 194X, otherwise the |
described land situ
"It 13 the duty of those serving the American Farmer-ab r.tO allegations of said bill will > be 'a\",.., lying and being in' Hon -
.- the bones of f.'e"creature '= -Farm and Home-nbe taken. as confessed by )ou. roe County Florida. ; -to-wit; on1 I WPA Junior EntertainmentClub
people in public place to closely limit.pub. Linking' Grand Central lrama-cbc Done and Ordered at Key Went On the island of Key .\Ve tWeot County commissioners,

1 ic expenditures to the actual needs of the with _man jmajr; be somewhat. premature. Luncheon Alan Lomax.Broadcast Ballads--abc.mbs: .I IX Florida 1848.tSKAL., this. 2nd day of July. A.' A.: and Wbltehead'it.known: on Map WIllIam 'of- July 20, passed a resolution 1 gram yesterday for patients presented in the Marine a pro-

government economically administrated, Prof. Charles L. Camp, director: of the expedition 1:30 Give-Ed and Tomllnson.Take Quiz Talk-cba-nbo ) Clerk of the ROM Circuit C Sawyer Court sale Island. deliaeated la I f funds transferring to various the ferry accounts system to Hospital under the direction of
February A D. ISIS
because this bounds the right of the government says that the creatures walked iJance Speaking Band of Time a'lODgbe mba By: (nit'of Monroe Kathleen County.Nottafre Florida., 17 J'. ftf Tract -Eighteen;;* (IS an) part but. make it possible to have enough ,|:Thomas Curry.

c to exact tribute from the earnings erect and he is now using a score of nativesto ." ew.ofe.eni ;' ,. 4.... RAYMOND; R. LORD. better Lots Six described(I) and an Seven follow: (7):. I money in the general revenue Key West crawfish hatchery
Z.OO 'Vincent Lopes lluslc-nbo T* Attorney for the Plaintiff.. : I.
-:. of labor or the property of the citizen, dig in lime-'pits and caves to see if he To Kasainaiiax Bo Announced Rhythm-abc-cbs jIy23.3Oaug5.3.l; 1S Eighteen Block FJve(Iii,(,i according) af Tract to this fund month.to make However upa ,payroll Comptrol-for began today to experiment-on

and because public extravagance, begetsextravagance can find other fossilized remains: to give a 2:30 More Veterans Dance Time Series: mbs nbe. f.- iv fUll f'lRTtT.ro'-R'I' OF. THE the DUirram Company of,, recorded the WebbRealty In tier J.. M. Lee has. .not yet approved -;hatching, Jr.; director stonecrabs, informed Gjktjld-. Curry The-

We better opinion of the early creature. Tho Country Jouma1-cb. HLF.\'E'TH JlUintL CHCUT -> Plat Book '.1. page :<42.< )l8n. t the transfer, according
the J
;;. among people. The Hitching Post-abc OF FI.ORIIJ. .IV AND roe County Florida: Records.Commencingat t .. [ Citizen today.
received from Tal'lahassee }
should never be ashamed of the simplicity Earlier discoveries of fossil remainsin Guest Band Snow-tubs FOB Mo no.or\Tf. i\ : a point, OK to a telegram
CH\CKR1. the North Kid* Of Von ljhInter today and the outlook
3:00-Nature Sketches nbo : !i The Citizen in an
Today says
:, and prudential economics which are best South Africa indicated. that the crea- "' [Overseas Piano .Playhouse Report-cb: BENJAMIN<5z T. GILBERT.> 1I-4M; westrly!Street.OJ1/li *D Corner South of i is that county employes will not editorial paragraph:

:.. suited to the operation of a repblican form ture, whatever it was on the ,way "to Maic Rhythm" -mba .. Plaintiff. Whalton and' Vow Phloter. \receive their salaries for this. I I "Education u successful when
>:1*- : Ya. Streets..One' Hundred and until later date.
Swanee Hirer Boy month a
:. of government and most compatible with becoming human." Dr. Robert Broome: Science Adventure-cbs HARRY :J. BERKS,-DERKS.hl .- Thlrty-ntne (119) feet and I lit I makes youth think right and
.. wife. It alive and It dead. J ---- i! .
3:30- Three(1) litchen- and- running feel right.: ..
San Francisco :
the mission of the American people." paleontologist, suggests that the discovery Cross Section US.A.-cbs Band-nbo. their respective unknown heirsdevlseen. ,- thence.' a Southw tcrly > Charles Wardlow, who has I II i I r
: > lefcateea. .ranteen. creditor Ninptytivllent '
,. The Syintapony Hour abo direction been connected with the customs
No one today dares actually to condemn of tools or weapons in close associationwith Sports Parade mbs *. spouses or other pastIesclaiming >> and" Six (*> Inches; {\\imnmmmmmmm m m
by. through under ..r service for 17 years, and who COYItE'TRIUMPU
4,1I\J-1IW11".Da\ of ChIc.co-tObo thence :at, right :1e. la a I I STRONG ARM BRAND .
: economy efficiency in government, fossil: remains would be proof. He Horse Race: Dance-cbs aKalnet them or either of then, Northwesterly'' directionNinetythree : will retire tomorrow, was today i;1!

but there who thinks that the animal if he used his Charlie ,Slocum: Race robs and (tu feet *and ; presented in Miami with a 17-
are some willingly act as 4:30'-ToBe.. Announced-abc Nix (I) 'Iltdie.: 'hMu'ea| i
ALL PERSONS HAVING ORCLAI3IIX right aglm. In a North jeweled watch by fellow work- :: COFFEE
Treasury Band
tools defend -cba .
apologists for extravagance. There hands to manipulate tone or to '
are #Sports Mathwe-abc.: ITo i I' (;. ANY :RIGHT TITLE easterly dtTMtMt.Slnf't,- ers. I! MILL '
Bo Announced- OR INTEREST JN AND TO THE 1 1FOLLOn"JXO five JS'feetand Six ((]
:. people, who are never at a loss for sonie himself with weapons, would be cred- mbf
4:4 -Church Sefr.'(rept,J.:4Sl-mba: DESCRIBKESLANL'J foche thrnce .at' right I ; at
:: 'elaborate excuse to justify the most wan- ited with intelligence superior to that of 5C>>-nLnY 1an Spofl7,tIe.> -. One (1), ttt-wit of Section; .(vernmnt.Twenty-five.Lot I angle, In..a Southeasterlydirection U Many residents today volun-
,: rake.Wayior Ninety.three ( ) t
YouUa-bs : <2$> In Township (it) teered to assist in the housing All 1'roe.rsI
ton waste the most flagrant News Ir suryJnd t ; Fifty-nine feet andSla tSp laches back
overstepping opes. .
Taka.a:: Number-tnbo-eaet. South of Range Forty (tt) Kant to the. point ef beginning. ;survey that is being conducted !I t m m . .
a. of the bounds of fair is interesting in the \ight of scien- together with ,riparlsn rights _You 'hereby ordered and
taxation. It \ i:1S-Lassie Dog Drama-nbe I are required :-- "- : :: ;;- .- -- --
C'ODtalalDKTwent.nine" (U) file -..
( on -
fe. your appearance -
But waste, overtaxation and reckless tific research, Jo : otel.tjhatf tlU' xperts are .:3O-D St Louis I. Q.ir.nbc'Matinee: -cbs acre, .more or le..s, situated'. in- I August 17t>V A. DL l*4t. In the r - : -
:Melodies Monroe County. Florida I shove styled raase now pending In
to Remember
spending are no more defensible today trying tofind out if the early apes were True or False-mbs-east- -abn Defendant.: wIV the Circuit Court of _H; c JlevenlhJudicial
NOTICE TO APPEAR I Circuit of the State "of Fto
than they were on the day when Grover men. It might pay the' human race if we :4S Weekly!'" CoD meot&l7_ A.; .abo THE NAMB OF THE fIi I rids" la and for Monroe. County. la I Overseas Transportation
STATE OF FLORIDA- wherein' Wallace B.
Cleveland was first inaugurated President could get a similar group'of' experts to TO THE DEFENDANTSft I I Klrke and Eleanor Abbe Kirke. hU

of the United States. And now, as then, work on the problem' of modern man'and Your: Horoscopc OERKS.-, HARRY. his J.wife DKRKS..jf alive.. and and-.if. named wife: are par plaintiffs tie*' are. defendants and the above* and J Company Inc.

dead. their ** unknown i In default of auC'lt. ,appearance! a
." anyone 'who chooses to uphold, on what. to' find out if they are monkeys; -- heirs. devsees.( = .. Canteen Decree Pre Confeaso win be entered I
FRIDAY JULY 30. :n.3-The creditor, spouses, or other parties against you. Said cause was
,... ever 'grounds, the misspending of public person born today shoulfl attain claiming by through under, .or! Instituted a* aforesaid for the Fast, Dependable Freight and Express Service ,

revenue has simply taken the course of Under Communism' if: you'should' power and eminence,1fno very and,altt.llla8! itler* HAVlKO.of them OR:: title purpo to. of lb.quieting following the plaintiffs described' .

the devil's advocate. He is upholding what own a farm would farm the land Under bad aspects interpose lfolr[ influ- I CLAIMtNl:' ANR, flail] TITLE. land situate, jytng and being In .TnTKEY
: :
OR -
ence. The nature carries INTEREST\ IN AND TO THKFOLLOWING Monroe County. Florida. o-wit- MIAMI\ WEST
a large
...: he knows to be' wrong.If orders and you could not make any amount of .DESCRIBED On the Island of Key Went an4keowa
courage enduranceand : LANDS, to-wit; on WIlUam'A. Whitehead -
the American people are to maintain decisions as to where or when you would talent;. which :will-raise J Jiim: Government Lot One (1) ot '. lap of said Island delineated Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS (

.- that mission to which Cleveland referred -i .sell the produce of your W?rki: or for how It in his chosen sphere of action. Section Township Twenty-five- Fifty-nin: (Ji) (S9 In|. a* part of in Tract February EIghteen A. D. JUt(ll) Between Miami aDd Key West :

I requires very bad .aspects to South of Range Forty (45) hot better described a. follow:
.. there must be an unfailing supply much. controvert' its good influence, but East. together wilh riparian Lot Sit (Si J and Seven <7).

ft' of Americans, in and out of public life the 'direction of theV talents is rights.* <29>coo4alnla aei;. more Twentynla or les.vituated -: *Block(It Five). according(&) of Tract to the El[thten '..-- Express Schedule t .: '

variable. In: -Monroe County: gram of the Webb Realty Com-v (No Stops En Haul) '
who will not only speak for in NEGRO FREEDOM DAYPresident' Florida, 1,
economy pony, recorded in Plat Book :
TOU ANT EACH OF YOU Florida .. .
are >
.r page 41, |onro County
"''i.. '
government on public occasions but, publicly LEGj hereby. required; to file an appear. Record Commencing at a I SUNDAYS) at ':00 P.M. Ar., .

= and privately will unflinchingly Harry S: Truman-takes! an- knee- the'.. the Circuit abve-Btyled Court. of canoe MonroeCounty. before point Pblater-onth Street. North dIstant Sid of Southwesterly Von- rires al MUmi at 12:00 o'clock Midnight '. ,

dedicate -15 THE CiRCrlIrefwk41rp Florida on *r before |t>. from the Corner of I.
their thoughts and their actions other shot the, egrbTvote THK
.JC at ; | proclaiming KI.E\K>TH JrlJt'1A 1ncvy nth dat of August. A. D. 1541. I* Whabtonta"n<... V*It. PblsterStreete LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT .
L to this ever-enlightened *as1 i Freedom"Day. OP TH& ST4TIOP.UiII.oRID&! a. Bin''of Complaint brought. ; (hiS Hmhd- and Thlr- .
principle. 1st "National l o'clock Midnight
February SUNDAYS) at 12:00
"" .. 1'1 A'D FORJIOI1OI-OISTV.' anlnllt- )ly Benjamin T. (;n. tynln(11 ) feet *ad Threettt
'S IXT CHANCKHVi. -" bert for t..*- parpo e of reforecMIng *- Inches and runnlnar thencIn aDd arrives ai, Key West H -
aCnw -
:%/ : W ll-*;*>!V ....t certain mortgage, _ It's about time for somebody to calla 'The siinificance"'of' e :'selection is HAROLD )I. SHAW, '.vt "e October 2t, A. D. UZi. and fed bEliE. feet and Six
1 PUInt' ff.... for record Ht M, taie; Book "jrv ; tawjie; thence at right angle Local Schedules JStope
our attention to the meteoric displays that that it is the:anniversad! \f'the signing\ by .... Dn.ORCB ( at Page >7. of the Public Records in-tat: Nortbwe;:t'15T=
'" nEI.E: SI1AW, ef Monroe County, FlorhU. ,N1os47dbreo ( ( Al All latemMdlaio Petaii)
come in July and August. President Lincoln of a'j j jbtnVresblution to nelendanLORDER cumbertngoversmest:! Lot One ''U) Inches; tkene at "t'- ... LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT
OP P1BLIC..O': (1. ofS ti.D M"weDty-tiye *J!* gte In a Northeasterly dire*" ...,' o'clock .
.. add to the Thirteenth'Amendment to the TO: Helen Shaw.-; : TownvklD. Ftm-nlne South e f uo..l'n.et7.' <,i| feet sad : SUNDAYS fcOO : ..
.wr f 3711 West aha PUr, : Rang Forty itlI> East togetker Six.,.itt Inchest ..._'at rip A.,M. and arrives at, Miami M fcyft : '
We know of very. few instances Constitution; This ocurred.QJI .February t Chk-a*Q. Jlllnaln.) with riparian right containing anTle Be 8 o,,th_*,.r1y dl* o'cloekP.M. "
Ton are hereby reqnln to-ppear Twetr"arrej.: more %ir rectloa .Xl' .et.-4hre (1 J) fre4 i
where friendship suffered through the 1st, 1865 and replaced ,the wartime proclamation to the Bin for Divorce filed.against less, Kltnated la Jtonro County,I:1 and Six I*) litcbe... bark to tilt I.E.JWEScIAMT' 'DAILY (EXCEPT 'i t '. JSUNDAYS
in the above Florida, etberwl.e>tb. alUgatloa point of beginslngit and f
: use of complimentary language.- yea styled tioo oa or ) at ':CO o'clock A. M.
of President Lincoln, which applied before the tta day of Annst. A. Ik of said *worn Bill of Cqmpiab't i* farther Ordered that this' West at 5:00 o'clock .
arrives at
II JJIS. otberwlM' the nlloeationn contained .ni be taken* cenfemed.VT s"- Order feat published onee 'a week Key I
only jto the slaves in "rebellious tbreia will n e taken na con- Dated at Key W.... Fl-.ri4a g'>. for four (*) eoasecntlT* week* InTkte P.M.
:. Last week the Franklin fessed. IStki day .f July, A. D. 141. Ker. .We.t <"Iu.... Mw_-
D. Roosevelt etates. Done end Or.t.rf'd' \Coy \V*,.t. (Seal Ross C Sawyen per of general circulation jtubti h-
= home for Italian war orphans at Palerino The should'be Florida. this 8th day of July. A IX Clerk Circuit Court of ammo -4 ln> Monroe County, Ftorda.DOXI5 .
day no doubt observed 1 *4S. County, Florida.By ANp ORDERED-at Keyt9et.a FREE PICK-UP SERVICE
Sicily was inaugur ted. The Crmlt Court ;- <.nro* Oonatr. Florida'tbU
Palermo by' that of American CARGO INSURANCE -
portion' pop Sen)) Rom OSawyer Florence 1:.. Sawyer. rlSth day of ;July A. I> 44S.tCtrcuit FULL

home was built with $250,000 contributed ulation which acquired freedom by the :" f Clerk of Circuit Court. -" : -nennty Clerk Court Seal) ROM Sawyer MAIN-OFFICE and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eatoa fc: FrsccU
By: Kathleen Xottajra. PACE and AMiTERilAN.Attorney I .clef., kibe Circa Court fit*.
.: by American unions. An inexpensive way Amendment to theCons ti n.' It should', Deputy Clerk for Plaintiff- By Florence C. Sawyer D. C. PHONES 81 AND M 1
ENRIQCE ESQn ALI <\ JIV, DOS Lanrford Bid.. John O. Sawyer -.
: to perpetuate a .name.. ._ ._ I ;: ',. be? designated as tNegro ,Freedom." Day.? '. Attorney for.flnintlff.. *' Miami' i Florida.alIO.22.Z1au14.1111 I-S., ; t Solicitor _for Phi'itlff1534S'1St1| _
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l.ime# SOCIETY llflllBlltlllllmmmmmmlClUWilIUUI1W QliIIUWllWdWIlUIWuuhlWf NEWS m.DANCE ON THE'DESERT: n.

"' By' jESSIE GIBSON Florence The el

Tt The Citizen Office-51' _
ones: .s14enee-2S2.R AI" ..._tf.e""tI ,

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1U1U111Ii11I11ftJIUIUJIUDWIlIlllllllUllUUlmIIUllflllIOI 1I1I11II"IUI"'II'I'"uumw-- Chapter 2: there Bert. She JCt beatlt down Bert looked at O'Malley. "Com,
called the other boys in. the road in her on let's go see the other one!"
p Key1\ West Players Youths Hold BERT' easy 'to tell them.' patent-leather Sweet I But there to their dismay they
Bert looked thouch had found had keen
after their as he an option just given -
gamble that
Will Forrctind'fg game been struck below the/oelb on the place.
Prepare Scavengeriinf two-timing Blackey Oayu had
) Just pulled 'all the props from "What do you dodo your women I "Not hail an hour ago."the own..
anyway, kid!"Pete leer"That's ;er said
Wiener Roast under them He stood uf before
Season them : the second one's run out on, you Now Bert looked really sunk. "I
leVth.em .fmre'it. straight.
I down acre, guess were licked Mr. O'Malley.But .
West 1 "I guess it's lights out for us. "One more; crack eut of-you.andyou'll thanks for trying anyway."
The Key West Players will Key young people held
lellows. That who lust left
guy be running out of'here with He bade the real estate man good-
atone their program of production a wiener roastnd s scavenger 'here'is mbvlng In" "
black eye Bert said, white with bye and got into his car.
for the coming season' at hunt on the front lawn of the 1'I "Moving" in here" anger. He stalked out of the room If he had been a drinker he
hen/ wetting Mondayati'S evennt. home of Mrs. R. G. Milner'Von j]I '- Blacley t>' tis!" flung Into the cat apd;drove. at would have marched up to a bar
o'clock. 1 racing speed to Palm Springs. and got thoroughly drunk. As it
The we booted oft the
. The :'play-reading ccgriwittee Phister street Wednesday eve'ning. place a coupla guy weeks 810'1" was he slumped down underumbrella jnder the chairmanship of Mrs. j j i I Bert thin-lipped. WASN'T following Gloria at an outdoor eatingplace
,, said "Yen
deSylna. though He was and ordered some black
eorgeMills\ White, is preparing J j I[ Dividing into small
., groups Blackey Davk. He doublecrossedus going to. have things out with coffee. Bitter and dispirited,he sat
, _, list ef plays which mar be SUit- .. they immediately started on the beautifully. That Chicago man Dan O'Malley there,eyes closed, his head restingon
able presentation will giveit scavenger hunt, in search of was just a dummy to buy this "So. tt was a racKetr he accused his hand while the waitress
to fhe group Tor consideration. i I specific articles and produced property-pull the wool over Mr.O'&Ialley's ,storming into the real estate went to get it. -
-*" After discussion there willie such items as a live puppy and eyes. The stooge bas man's office. "A pretty little Suddenly a voice said, here
,) an informal reading of one of j 1|a dotted bow tie, improvised Just turned the property over to frameup to sell us out -to your how wonderful to find you

the*: "plays under consideration. from paper and crayon. The Wie- Davis.Well-the low down- Say ,friend The Blackey big man's Davis face was a And chair Gloria beside deSylvia him. "I sat was down just ito-in

ilpilMlflltl11R1titttRtRlnWled3ItuwlltphCalendar I ner roast was held after the!! why didn't 1 break that guy's splotched with red. "Believe me, ing back. to the Hacienda to get
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hunt. neck when we had him here? son 1 didn't have the faintest you"
Of The group which obtained all Carolina said. The others lookedat idea Davis was at the bottom of "Get me for what! Wets this
j I articles and returned first were I each other, ,sunk. this On my oath." he added as all. about?" he asked suspiciously.
t. Events Nellie Menedez John Collar "Well, you've got four months' Bert glared skeptically. "1 was Beaming at him, she said h iumphantly
Coming I'I Betty Canova, Leland Archer grace: anyway," Roy said philo- getting ready to call you up this "I've hit on a way to
1 I I sophically. "Maybe you can dean minute." get even with Blackey. Look She
u1 utAuClr1pu1uHrn JUnIUJtIIUIIIWII''j r Cleora Roberts Jack limner, up:a'little money in that time." "Well you Saved yourself a laid two pieces of paper before.
t.JTUDAY JULY t and. June Yates. .Others attends j I "That's the bard part fellas. nickel Bert snapped. Mm-a receipt for a deposit on the
30- i
I ins; were: Gloria Sriver, Eunice j l I-tTat four-month clause' was left "I've been sitting here trying to corner store and an option on the
o PreNatal Ctass of Navy'WiveiJClub 'II McGraw Ernest Avila, Hnry out in the transfer." dope out someway we could beat second,property
Meets 2 P.M. in NCCS ]I Soldano, Dolores. Solano Tom "That guy was out to get our that rascal at his own trickery. "Why you wonderful girl !
*( Hall,, Duval Street. ; Swicegood, Merili Hilton, Karla I hides from the moment Gloria "Yet?" Bert temporizecU Well, What a business head you have on
*' Teenage. Dance YMCA, 8:30 I t! dcSylvia.quit him and came with what's on your lPind.O'Malleyf"The those beautiful shoulders!"
, 'to 10:20 P.M. Bowser Merritt Entrekin Carolyn -i'I us" Eddy said darkly. felt it id real estate man smiled,.vast. Why had he misjudged her Unheard -
r' SATURDAY JULY 31 I Strunk. Betty Lord, Ann( ;mybonei.." ly relieved. "Sit down here and. just because Eileen Far-
*>1t Y. Marcelle Richardson Sandra II I "You were right.* Bert admit- cool off son.Maybe between us we well had walked out on hunt
*: American Legion Auxiliary Silberman, Elmer Bennett, William I ted.' '"I should listened to can figure something out 1 Gloria bad been dependable from
- ', Candy Sale Front of Palace Robinson, Jonnie C. Johnson you."' wouldn't have had this happen for the beginning-loyal And this had
'*' '. Theater, Duval Street. Archie Potter. Kermit Roberts I "1 kept telling you this whole the world believe me" been a'very clever stroke of hers
* SUNDAY, AUGUST 1_ Gene Sweeting and Joan proposition was no good from the Ashamed that he bad again been What a wonderful team-mate she
miscellaneous Shower given by: r' beginning Pete. .Scanlon said dis- suspicious of the kindly old man was!
: Lord. His :noughts must have been
NCCS Junior Hostesses, 4:00 agreeably.That I Bert sat down and listened. -
PjA I was all Bert' needed to A half hour later Mr. O'Malley : in his eyes. for suddenly
> in St. Ann's Parish Wives Club raise. nis fighting spirit I jammed on his panan.a hat.He and Gloria put her hand on his. and
HalL: Windsor Lane, honoring Navy "Well we're not licked yet I I Bert were off to lobk at two empty leaned towards him under the Ray
Miss Bettv Lou Johnson j There must be some way to block properties In Palm Springs. umbrella. Bert was deeply
4l.; bride-elect of John Hamley. \! Give Luncheon that double-crosser. If Qlona "I know both the owners well" touched. And he was very human.
could stand up to him right now O'Malley said. Tin sure we can lie bent down to her upraised lips
The Wives and slap his face the way. she did make a deal and kissed her very thoroughly.
Club held
;{;IntirnateGlimpses Navy a -we can pull a couple of punches One was a big corner place In a Gloria smiled at htm.contented.
picnic luncheon Tuesday noon in on dim too.** His fist banged on good location. Bert could see its Bert had no way of knowing that
in. Mr. and Mrs. Jack N. Matco- Bayview Park, and made tenta- the> table. Suddenly, he had hit possibilities at a glance. But Mr. Biackej Davis had just passed be-
't1'f ch. 1405 Divicon street, recent tive plans for a "Hard Times" I-on a bright idea.. He went to the Hill, the owner told them. regretfully hind him on the sidewalk, glowering -
ly returned from a vacation in dance to be given shortly. door, calling "Hey. Gloria! Come very sorry Dan. But like a'thunder cloud or that
Mho North. Mrs. Matcovich's par- It was announced that the I in here a minute. will rout* somebody paid me a deposit on Gloria had seen him coming before
*' 'pnts.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mc- Navy Wives will be in charge I Pete Scanlon grinned with smug that rental, less than fifteen. minutes she put her hand in his.
satisfaction. "You're a little late (Ye be esatiaaed)
ReynoHa, and her sister' Marian.| of the Thrift Shop one day a [ ago
"all of St. Louis joined the Mat- ;; month from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., be- ---.' -- ---'- - --
covich here on June 22. and the ginning Tuesday August 3. : ,
I Mrs. Van Deursen TODAY'S WILL \'OU. SMILE?
two families left on June 24 for The pre-natal class will hold

;)'(he North. Their trip took them j I its meeting Friday at 2 p,m. in ANNIVERSARIESKnow

'through Tampa Columbus, Miss.. : the NCCS. Will Re-Open Old ( America), ,1 They'll Know
'Tjecatur. and Champaign. HLj f
Post .Sat\ ,1822-William 'T. Adams, Boston -! Discussing his Sir
"Several day-j were spent in St. |i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Petei Trading epitaph f
'T/uiis visiting relatives and ; Matcovich 1405 Division ctreet I teacher prolific author of the John Strange said "I want no
friends. 'for the last five weeks. She ie ,The Old Island Trading Post> Oliver Optic books, at'first banned fuss nothing fancy. I simply

leaving for' home Wednesday. re-opening tomorrow under inn ; by public libraries -because of want these words on my stone:
.J, Dr. Herman K. Moore, 507 August 4. She is the daughter of management of Mrs. Opal Van iDeurzen. 'Here.lies a lawyer who always
Whitehead street left today for Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Gibbs, for is aiming for ths trade their heroes' improbable feats spoke the truth."*

Harvard University, where he merly of. Key West Tf,Key West residents. Mrs. Van iDelirren' born Midway M&'s. Died on "BuV* a friend prptested,
will t 'ke a po st-eraduate course says she will "have i !March 27, 1897r: 'J" ,"no one will know who rests

"m cardiology.- His family wilt John Spottswood, owner of th. large collection of articles 'suita-1 1338-Henry A. Du Pont, 'noted there"
'remain in Key West. local radio station has returnee' ble for' bridge prizes or gifts .' Union "Oh, yes. they will know." Sir .
cftll, ______ from the Democratic Nations: priced at ,a convenient level. 1 officer, Delaware U. S. John replied. "All will read will

't Miss Linda Gibbs 7, of Homestead Convention where he we.:;;t an.,assistant For the- antique collectors' tM.{senator, member ,of the 'noted say, That's strange!' "
/ has been visiting her : sergeant-at-arms. Tradng Post has many Chinese ; I family, born Wilmington. Died

Persian French, Indian and 1 Dec. 31, 1926.1844Robert.
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s4"r A".ei.ar articles.
sit.llmm linngWWtImrnznuO't3mIulnnh31lnIr ....... MIRIU.umIltlllmIJIIURIlIIIUttIIIoIIIUUIIUUIoN.C.C.S. In the 'treasure chest..' Mrs. Van I J. Burdetta, not Go thFASTEST .
ed' newspaper humorist ofdaj" hi
Deursen has two of the old card ; WAY
,,r' ,What's Doingat cases grandmother used to c91-ry.I Los Angeles Baptist preacher

the 1021 Duval Street reared These two cases ,.recently ap Nov.born 18, at'1914.Greensboro, Pa. Died NEW YORKWASHINGTON.
in illustrations for
an art t
ARMED SERVICES DEFENSE FORCES 1837-Thorstein Veblen, fam-
UFo k-le tn The merican- Jlome
Y.M.C.A.u PROGRAM Other interesting stems are to I ed economist and social theorista
:). Jackson Squat Whitah ad this Minnesota farmer because he
e found in case, such as
and Southard Streets +I ttnuuLdr1l1unanwIunummnnutriaFRIDAY Chinese snuff boxes and opiumcontainers' I could get no teaching position NEW OILUIIS
cod whose influence is somewhat
si+ntGr and efched ivory lUientury
. 2:00 P.M.-Softball for Nav : Japanese Royal Sat- responsible' for the soda 28 cities in U state

It Friday Wives at Bayview'Park.. 'uma', bud va3ys.. .. J control of today, born in VTiscon
3l) :3q P.M.-Bridpe., Pinochle and 2:00 PJU.-Prenatal Class Dt In the way of larger home ,ac- sin. Died Aug. 3, 1929. ,CALL 1084or

"Movies. partment of Health Instruc essoriesone may find. an ex- 1863-H nry Fordauto manufacturer your travel sgesttun.nmWatnltlantlltntkinulnaluluattantllx
Saturday ,to become a Icgendar-
tor. ouisite teakwood mirror, a Perslcn
-OO P.M.-Movies. 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewinj .pitcher, an aid .Italiantray, American figure. born in Wayne
:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on Machine, Typewriter Wning nodern bamboo lamps Chinese County.. 'Iich. Died in Detroit.April' .

the 'patio. Room. Showers. oorcelam wedding lights and 7. 1917..
Sunday SATURDAY old hurricane lamps remniscent, I 1881-Smedley D. Butler. not-
9;45 A'M.-Java Club, discussion 2:00 PJkL Boxing Training. of. our local history- ed U S. Marine Corps general, a i'

*. Group. 1:00 P.M. e:90 P.M.-Dressini The management plans to carry fighting lecturer, born :West

11:00' A.M.-"Go ton CHURCH, Jboms.-Show-era fA..t. Bather- hand-knitted and crocheted Chester Pa., Died.. June 21, 1940

Parties." SUNDAY items hand embroidered children's -' ..._.._....-._._....-..-..._...........-._....._-.....-.......,....,......"''..._... .
f 3:00- P.M.-Classical Hour selections 10:00 AJ I.-Communion Break: dresses :of French organdy .
E announced. fast, Whitehat Club. U.S. Naval and hand-made dolls. The I
,. 9:00 P.Fellowship Hour on Base (2nd Sunday). TrajJmg Post will also carry r .

r the Patio. Community Sine 1:00 PAL Picnic Swimminj land-woven fabric by Mrs. Mar- O .
t. ing, Beatrice Moreno at the Sikes."
Pool Wiener Roast (sign uj go .
r. Piano. in advance). ,lJrsVan Deursen cordially invites j
10.00 P.M.-Coffee Hour ; ti .
who Is interested
Information housing anyone
services .
'G: S. O. meetings (Girls' Service P.I
to of
city maps. comtne' a cup tea, .
Organization), every 2nd Religious literature library and bh>use around the Post, for \
IBnd 4th Monday. fitij4
articles to the .
there are capture
J Game Room: Chinese Check telephones stamps wrapping an i1A
mailing. fancy of everyone; ...: u
packages railway express ;
ers, chess cards ping-pong pool,
desks library service, laundry pick-up- .
writing current
available all defense force. .is. not known wheji pro where
1 magazines, various table games rug makng originated.QUALITY. .
and their families.
t \: 3'i :.. .
Showers tennis rackets golf MRS. E. S. COUGHLJN .................. s .
Executive .
Ii. 1 JS. fishing, lines cameras. Secretar>
service film service, MISS HILDA CASTILLO. .
milling and wrapping packages, Serretar ; .
;receiving messages phone booths, .
: .
stamps railway express' service, Despite common misconcen 4
available to SERVICE PERSON- tions caused by its name, only .

f' about one-eighth of Iceland. is .
Lesleigh Davis.-Director. covered by glacier PrintingServjct
i a
Gerald Finder Program Di-
1: rector. ? t Various remains of prehistoric .

Lillian Weaver-Secretary. man found in !Europe are estimated .

Doreen. Cruz Information to date as far back as 250000 ,- I U

Desk Aide. : years ago '
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!'fJu ft. Of Girdle '- ,CARD wish to OF take THANKSWe this means't>) Tow 'get' ills LET FINEST US : 'FOR HOME or' :

Stretches Patience expressing to our many our'friends heartfelt and thanks nigh Printing TAKE CARE Needs of. your. : COMMERCIAL USE :

bora who have helped us during small
Whether or '
f sAN. DIEGO Calif-,4'7-Po- the recent bereavement of oar .
lice are looking for a woman's*' loved one. William Edwards Especially -we SERVICE give QUALITY J U We Are Prepared TO Furnish You With .

tfirdle and some boys. The ownerreported do We thank the donor I. ,Clear 'Pure 'CUBES or CRUSHED ICE .
, | it was taken frqm a ; of the lovely florals and the use ,
clothesline at her home. As tak- [i of their cars. To everyone who .

Ien down by police the report helped in any way. we thank you Inc
padded; *I feel sure that boys took from- the depths of our hearts. ,THE ARTMAN PRESS : Thompson Enterprises, s
:my girdle to make slingshots MR. and MRS. ROY EDWARDS

VithTobacco. .-" I I I and FAMILY 9 PHONE 51 (ICE DIVISION) :
> O PHOHE Na .. rrr WEST. .
la the CITIZEN BoUdipg
was so precious to the]| and FAMILY. .

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: ;'guaranteed. Free estimate. i .1 But Silenced r/ j

,Holbrook. ,Refrigeration Service.

rInforuiatioB call, 724-W.._ ly68tx1r FORECASTKey In a Pacific landing, .durizg,

I ,FOR SALE i West and Vicinity Mostly the war. the colonel rushed i p

for the Advertisers party cloudy with scattered i just as the unloadiing''pet ri] -

KATFS FOR ncGFKAn _* iAT11 Tr.- I Bungalow small store building(I afternoon and evening thundershowers ; ped and dumped an avalan e
BLACKFACE TYpe Paymea; for Classified four nice I of duffle bag from
, me.'II'11 Invariably IIt-.d and lime grove on i ; not much temperature 0tr
Advertisements under this head regular airerUiers,wKk. adYerUI"1 lots size 55 x 120 each in good port. .
.*rlll be inserted In The Citizen at coant t..7: bar Ibeir:... section. This can'be bought on II change. Gentle to moderate "Does the sergeant knftw abov t
the rate of Ic a word for each IDertlon. -\melts rharrtd riable winds.' va-I J this'" he demanded. .
but the minimum chance fur PCBMCAT10* :. .easy ftNms. Johnson,,.& Johnson -
the first 15 words or less I* Me To Insure pablUattun, ;top; : Phone 372. jlyl-tf Florida: Scattered afternoon] "He ought to, sir," :a priva e
The rate for blurkfcre type Is ;c a be in ,The Citizen office be "-" 1Iu..1 I. i } replied. "He's under 'em."
i 4 ,trords'ind- the minimum charge for clock IB tbe;muraJ *f (b. -1 and early evening thundershow- :
: the first IS words is 45c. of publication.. s.... (.. 1i .1 ,5QQ chects. SJ4 x 11..while newsprint ; ers 'through Saturday and :

: c .t", '.'I J 1_a- 25c. Artman Press, Citizen. :;[southeast coastal sections over TODAY IN HISTORY

T ..,*...* "AM"advertising Is accepted under tb* fH.wina; cottdUJAlvxx: In ,i'-1 I $. i r.-rJdin:.. Phone' ,51. i night and early morning. Otherwise (Know, America).
....... ___1'0' error advertising, transient or < otilv for the first insertion L7aealffeetidvettisl.g. .d.1II party cloudy through Sat-
responsible 1
a :
, a '-, *d..er.Uli K for.only the artnal a.m.oBt of apace occupied*bjr tile for S \ five assembly, the .House of Bu _
"0 111..1 Abe ad.erti.ctnt-i>t ,where the error-otcura. ... of'* t ';'- ,,' tile. :10 beautiful colors urday gesses, convenes in James'tow i,
... .. .* wall floor, 65c Sq. ft. up, Alsof East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville Va.' .
: or -
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' M ; -- roofing barrel 'tileCali' 598.t through the Florida 1; 1733-Ths St. John's Lod e.
; .FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 't FOB SALE-USED CARS I Sunshine Construction, 2302' Straitt Gentle 'to moderate i i Boston, organized; COU tty.s' fitst

i Seidenbcrg.. ,jly28-lmo southeasterly winds over south- duly organized Freemason lod
Four apartments. Apply 411 .Model.1940 Ford panel:ttw k. AP-1 I ern portion through Saturday. 'I 1866-Race rioting in )New C)Jr-e.

i William Street .jun283OtxTwo : ply Perez Bros!' Bakery; Slipcover and drapery materials I'Over northern portions gentle to leans-some 40 diet1907Foundationstone

White Strec'L.. jun30-tf for every taste and every poc-'moderate southerly winds becoming of t >'e
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large newly renovated one- ketbook. Caroline Shop. 223 variable
gentle mostly Carnegie Palace for Peace laid kt
bedroom : completely 1938 Hudson Terraplane.; .Needs.about Don't
apartments .5 Ann- Street delay-the westerly by early Saturday. The Hague.
furnished. Apply 323 White- $75.00'work'oil Uody and i ; 'shopfill.be.closed during. September Weather partly cloudy with I' 1909-After tests of :42 mi. es
head Street jly27-tf : engine.- AU offers, considered.Call .1 and October.. ; scattered showers and a few! per hour the'Wright plane is < c-
1404-J.. i :. ,)ly28-6tx jly29-24t thunderstorms mostly over sou- cepted by the War Department '
Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment them sections. 1916-Black Tom cxplosi >n
< Utilities furnished. Children i .FOR SALE-TRAILERS, Totes. tPromissary?.Ic each. Art Jacksonville to Apalachicola: and fire in Jersey City N. J.
under 1 year accepted.' Apply. man Press,'Citizen Bld&. phone No small craft or storm warnings i 1932-Start of the Q1ymgisGames
915 Windsor Lane. jly27-tf,Trailer and ..apn x..- Ideal 'forcouple. 51. 'marl5-tt have been, issued. in Los Angeles .
$200 cath Ross'Trail- 'I 1941-Roosevelt asks for leg S-
4 Furnished I 6-ft Progress ice box.. only used
apartment 3 rooms er Park: Bert. J. Holfan"d; 61 lation to control prices.
: and bath. Maid and 8 months. $S .oo cash Bahama:
janitor .
Division Streetr... '3ly3Q-21x.. l' Report 1943-Roosevelt warns neutr Is
services linens and utilities ] ; Bar.-519 Duval Street., 1
furnished. Summer rates. Coral "i :WANTED TO jly29-2tx Key West Flsu; July 30, 1948 against offering asylumto M' s-
JBUY- solmi, Hitler, or anyoWer 1is:
'' t"" Hotel Apartments opposite I ,.w (Observation taken at City Office.I II leader. '

: )o t. Office; ly28- Otx t Thrce-l,>e4room house,,_,furnished Kerosene range. Apply 1501 8:30 A.M., EST 1945-American planes I rarfee
UjoitedStreet jly29-2tx Temperature
t "\' i or unfurnished.' -Phone }588>R.'' '0 _______ 89 from Korea to .Malaya. i
Ef1ielicyrt don bedroom ,i1y28,5tc. Highest yesterday !I
t 1947 Washington protests to
apartments for couples. Paul's j : White utSide"p int. white enam- Lowest last night ,- -- -- 80 I i! Russia against removal of G rf
; Tire J" :el,"$2.75 gaL 6-ft .rules. 5" Mean. 84 i ; -
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.1 NT-HOUSES', DDT. 29c at Doherty &\Co.. Normal _____ .-.--.--------- 8-11 I man and Austrian assets frI < mHungary
Rumania and B il-
Large furnished one -bedroom I Furnished .house! "825'Elfeat $th. .. 846 Olivia' Phone 1597. PrecipitationTotal I >
Pearl Street. $93 jly29-tf last 24 hours T. ins.I garia.
4'I' apartment on : Street Adulst no pets. Apply.i -- i 1947 In Boston. Doug as
., _,_ 5.61
per month to Dec. 1st. Phone 1000 Duval.Street..sjIy3Qdtx Total this month : ins
Chandler. convicted for broad-
t 1185-R, mornings. I One nearly new James motorcycle -' Excess this month 2.46 ins.:I f
jfy28-30-2tx : .' : condition. Will 23.30 ins. casting Nazi propaganda
I Two-bedrom furnished house. in perfect Total this scar -- nU j
1212 Pearl Street jy3Q.-t1. sell for half price, 53-1 Poin- Excess this year ,6.35 *nsRclatiT ., Berlin during the war, gets 1'm
I for treason.
I Place, Phone 1569-W. 1
Efficiency apartment strictly ciana Humidity i
rrodern near Navy.. Commisr .! jly30-2tx :30 AM. i7 .
: HELP WANTED-MALE 'I at Subscnoe to The Citizen.I .-
rv. $65.00 monthly. utilities 70'"
furnished. Call I' !Bicycle, English'stYle. $2500.1019
1129-M. at once, three mechanics.] BarometerSea _
(bridge) -Oh 10m 6.0 ft
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jly29-3tx Apply Navarro, -Inc.. nppoate ,: Margaret Phone 575. ( Level 8.30 A.M. No Name Key t

One-bedroom furnished apartment ,bus station.1. jlj24-tf]1 1h i jly30I f 3002. ins.10166 mbs. (east end) _+2h20m

on Grinnell. Street. Cou- HEL --WArrTED-i-FEMAjLE.I1 I I i I I Four-piece' bedroom suite with 611 Sunrise Tomorrows___ ,__ __.Almanac,u 5:55 a.m.I Boca(Sandy Chica Point)-Oh 40m .' ,
mattressand box
$55.00 t
ole only. plifc; ,uti1ities. Sunset 7:12 p.m. Caldes Channel \

Phone. 1185-R, mornine:.3.j1y28302tx. Girl wanted. Must be permanent i'I _Fleming St. (upstairs); Moonrise-____ __u__ ,n, .-' 1:06 ajn. (north end) _+2h 10m +. 1.4 f'-
: resident of Key.West and a !,f ,_ Moonset m__' __-, ,* 3:OS p.m. oOo '
High School'graduate. .Apply .i
Three large rooms. bath.. furnished. 1001 Von 509 South ird. Stre t; 'i nettcT:'and teeter babe rocker.-. TIDES (-)-Minus sign: Corrections

Phister. Street, or 13S3. .J. I tr,.;; ::)1.yZ9.2uscELLAKEP \ .Upstairs, 1012. DuvaL Tomorrow to be subtracted .of
I ( )-Plus Corrections
jly9-3t jly30-2tx (Naval Base) + sign: tp.
) I, .Eastern Standard Time; be added. '
Furnished apartment adults. no Cltrominum table and chair set High Low (h)-Hour.
.pet Conveniences $4500 .Washers iron*,. _vatajufns and i .used six' months. Call 716-It, ,I :4:32 a.m. 12:29 a,m. (m-Minute ,ift ,
305 Ashe' Street Inquiro r 'n the fans repaired. O'Briaztphone 328 Simonton. upstair, 7:16 pm. 11:00 p.m. ( ) !ee. :. C"
< : 1164-M, jly303tx'bt t
rear. jV3$ ItxISfctroonT 'f' ilylrtf
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: *'t ftturntteti-.:pbSaSr' floor sanding. done:.by experts.' -'bt>PSt' a King outboard'motor,I Reference Station Key "West "
apartment 644 William,Street Free estimates gin/. Phone '1946 model. Perfect condit r n. Time of] Height of Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture

a Also small: .3-room furnished -t63.*or:call at. _701'Caroline. :-r. 'St t Apply 1009 Southard Street' Station Tid. {high water. or commercial. Phone 798. -I
,apartment (upstairs). Apply ,: :, jlyl U ., ib30-2tx t Bahia Honda ilyl-tf

;, a ..124 _Duval Street. jly30-2t
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n ._,\ COTTAGES "i .
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The Stutz..HoteL 410 Fleming.I IND i {sI s- -

'Street, has an efficjency' 'apt .
end several sleeping rooms Vacant ,

rates.. Low weekly or monthl jIT -tf :fir! choice. too ;! ': :i ffJ-[ I

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'Furnished apartment and cottage, ,". :'. .. .. ... ;' _
Both:with hot water. No pets rr ,,
Applv upstairs. 'rear 1014"Varclac. :'.. Hliave.>compared the values of.nationally :. .
.Street :jly275txFOR '
; :crtlsWdiimonds'aiid-thc-,the reputations of 1 jvarious
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"40" plus fish oil soap. Further t : < : .. r' AUTHORIZED.. ART-CARVED JEWELER f i

information call at Key West :; 't \ !': ; &ELutS UiPORTERS ; TELEPHONE 532 : 1_

1U Garden ftFleming.and ;Lawn: Supply:jly2-3t.Co. '. '_:. i.::-**- H.- 4'.. ,,$!fDu..a1.. Strruly. Air-Conditionedfor: : Your Shopping Comfort-Key West. Florida ._. ',. ,
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i, BENNY'S; : ) lj ljo 1 'WHERE.rT" 0. BU? IT Warn ,e'a'.ad thr..jIr U ..so.J aJt--i-fei' U ..',wh' '*
s TROPICAL TRADEfc ] : 't- boy*. UA ,..':-:: : .

Motor Court ; : :............................a...........# O J .. ....: .e.e.e.e.....................................
: ; Tf. It Is EI 'I WE"nr.nAlR', rr', .. -':t'. ., '* !
Simonton St. :
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Ownership.Management Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. : t "nf..ca_ ''w E SELL ,I1M. ,5 : POOR OLD CRAIG

: of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : ,) We Will Call For and Delirer r 3WHITE, STAR : Service Station :

Beginning Monday, : : SEE OUR Electrical I :; .: ?. i0 Years'Exp.ri.nc.Ia EUctrkal Work. : ,
: July 19lh : SHOWING of Appliances .. : .: r _. 'o-..'. ..1CL"EANERS I : :: : J. H. BRADY. MiM9*> PHONE 8)U : ..
........................-..................: .. t : ..J..LCaL1.211' DQ ,Street' <. .: .?i arco"f4e* Jr'. Prop. : .:: Francis nd Dlrisloa Streeta .:
WILL BE CLOSED : .... ... t: ELECTRIC :: :; ''701 DUVAL STREET : Tirca' Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :
., TELEPHONE. 41. ,
:: Until September HOME SUNDRY STORE :...............'............*................*.:* 'f.... 112'SIMONTON-. STREET ..: !......."Your.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"....."......: "
1*.........._,...-............ .......a..l..a.....{> { Dry-CleaningJt : ...........................................ee
: 1207 DIVISION, ST.. NEAR COR..WHITE ST. I:'.1''''' -
Tropical Drinks and : : ; : 'P.RITCHARD"FONERAt : : : and Pressing :
':., Tempting Fresh Fruit e: Tour Patronage Invited"- .: 51. : RUSSEtrSi i ,J 24-HOUR SERVICE I RADIATOR SERVICENOW ''i
Pies will be available : it' -I!r ; 3 free' Pick-Up and
Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine ... .S .aI... .: AVAILABLE: :
j : in September at I Ii> '. .-I.[ DRY GObiiI i iHOC1 'S: f: Delirerr Service: .
: Benny's Motor Courteeeeeeeeeeeee : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ;:. ie "SUITS for MEN\ : : O Rod Cleaning .Repairing and Flushing :
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...... :: Toilet Preparations and Articles : : HOME i ,: :OLIVIA STREET. : -,. and WOMEN .: AUTO AND :
.................,............... ..._.......... : : ..: i' Made-to-Measttre .: TONY'S
PHONE 373: j jI :
;t .... 'i.... ... ... .. ... ...... : Let Those Serve : : r :: 'PHONE 282 ; 503-05 GREENE STREETCAROLYN : ...

:: : ]MUMFORD[ ? [ ;and;;; ROSS 5; : Who-Serve- Best ':.I Specialising. *f "a.Sepa..**.......*.*. ...........................................'1. :

:, GOMEZFURNITURE : 220 DUVAL STREET WE HAVE NEVER ;. : in -i1; w.a....-................ ;............................................. I
s Exclusive Monroe County Distributors JarCarrier : s Women9ts and: :? i 1 : ; i : SK[ : i
CO. WE NEVER WILL ': ". I : \,
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Hotel 313 Fleming St.
720 Conditioning : ,
I IApparel \
: Jmciiile Furniture : Ambulance Service ; : Children9- ?. : ,. : a DONALD BARBER '
: for Domestic and Commercial UeS33 : ,
: HOUSEHOLD.FURNITURE : : -- PHONES 8150 Telephone 548 .55 t ,I 'Funeral' :Service :: r We Specialize In t

: I 151 w....................... ._....................., : Never Sleep : 60 : ? Established< lass f, : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing

Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : ....... ........................ .............,.... ...... ...............1 :i..*........*.... ..-.'....>.;: : .** > .. Phone. 175 ALL TTVE.1! Or HRLRNR. CCUT1SPEHMA.NENT : ..'.
Axminster Broadfelt : .." i.....................A*................S...1I f- i-iLie n8ed Funeral I...............................W..HS....!: .........

s RADIOS andAppliances .. ,." 'Directors" and, ...........................................:
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I f | ;24-Hour Scientific Beauty Culture .
: "Terms Arranged"OPEN : i Licensed I .' '. in All Branches : :
TILL 9:00 P.M. I Ambulance. : Thoroughly Experienced 'f. :
: MON. and SAT. : : PAINTING Contractor I : ; Operator :
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J.D'I Telephone liZ', lit Dural Street Jefferson Hot*!' *.: f ..Piano. '135 -. Night t' S98 : : .Phone 637 536 Fleming St. \ :

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S : PRICE TOURS .i ,. 1829 Harris Are. Key West. Fla. ''.. Electric | i.*.f*,*>f......... ......... Former Customers Friends and,the Public Invited

: PassengerRepresentative :. PHONE 137.Ml} .: Ranges .: |; Key West, Fla i Frances Beauty Salon : '

: .. : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical AppU c'ss...-, *.. :. Frances Park. Owner ,
: Machines for Immediate Defivery ,'! SOUVENIRS 1010 GR1NNELL STREETBeauty
: t.* A-ra3 (iT'.)w : Washing ; :
............................e................... HOME APPLIANCE 1| I'1' :CONCH L' SHELLS : [ Culture in all its Vhtue .
FLORIDA EAST ; : .All Slses : I Permanents Scalp Treatoools .
: COAST RAILWAY ................................................. : 60S SIMONT01f STrtEET PHONE! \i( t:: .: : Facials Shampoo .Manicuring ;

i .S Now Located Hext Sate 20% Fire i Insurance' .: .:.........................................................ee..*.*a*.*.**.*.*.**...yt*. ;.&:.'.::. CoCOANUTS- -. :.........'........................ror.J....Appoinlmeni....................Phone..........1331.....................ie ir
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: DRr COBO'S : : ntrfrc.n 111. : MarlandTopSoil\ | PHONE 131'1:
: bldgs. house by INSURING with :: ." : Marions 1400 Dunl Street .. ,
.S : OFFICE : : bold and perAtlantic. Mutual I Fire I Insurance ,C.:::I. ':: "..:.TOP: .SOIL. $&.$o PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK' : 1. it:'. t "IVVHl _- : 'CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON r-f..;:
: FLEMINQ' STREET : : sonal effects. : MARL.HAm.m"SSJJO for 4 YARDS t. ..., : a Any Port .
".All Policies Non Ass.saabl t < r ;: U.S.p House in the U.s.A. '
: Rev ol La Coach Hot! Save 15% on ;."'1\..' Jtts9T.otsCleaied_ .., ,; and Marl.. Spread Very: Reasonable y* of. Canada : Southernmost
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MercantileStock L. Phone 674 f 'I 'S. Palacio l : Featuring. S .
/ Cruoet Agt. : Marcy; 9I
PHONE 124e ; : II t : 1021'OLviaSt., '_ ; ,; ? : : 9 Spot Reducing) MacLKVYMETHOD\
I ...*....e.*........** .............:!...*.*..........:...... ..i...... : G.' WEECH PHONE.BOl '. J Rear.1O1 South St. : : TO"VI .l\I'chanicall\Ja!; a o ,

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Ride the Bus the : : o ,, tl Hair Tinting .
t : to ; : : DUVAL STREET ; : :. 1ALETATE ,, ,-
: GOLF COURSE ; S22 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 :and s -, or Finest ;
Open Daily Sunday, .
stS in PermanentWaves
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Scooters 5 P.M. to A.M. .' : : .
: ; Cushman Motor 1. ,
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S Sales and Service LnmedSate Delivery f LETI; Dinners :: : .'s "<.-. LeatetI ; Beauty
}ji 1 !,!' Also A La Carte and Sandwiches. Ur "* .'jw.AwNABLE ,.. ." "<. .Rental :r 1rJr ,

I RIDE AWAY: ;.,.; ................e.......Z.Rh-....:.......i-..>..:->..2A .. | "-i: "Management" ,'htfr 'l Colony
I ttj. : TAKE ; .............................a *.***.*.****.**4T: Iinj>ror4 and Vacant : t tc 521 Southard "
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1 >::. : NO.BUS! : 1. INSURANCE .1 I J '1.aMMoaro* County t .:w ': to Beauty Southernmost ..:
to the } i ) Now rot can rid* an econom!' : :: 5 4fJ. OTTOtuncfmEI111Eu' : School

j :: LINKS GOLF : cat wbiU Cushman paying fob Motor it...and Scoots tb:" : FIRE WIND' AUTO BONDS* .| 5 .' : All Licensed
I SI 1 money you save orar othar : ': and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE1 '- '| : REALTOR t v BeauticiansSpecializing :

i I .). : methods foe Cushman.of traniportaboa.Com ta pay far West Insurance j : \4tl Flentlag Street : InMost
i.. Key Co. Modern
I Have Fun! { information. : -. ... : '* '..lit WMUhead Street Phase ot ."..
KEY WEST COLF CLUB ........ .. .. .ea .4 :2 11. SIMONTON STREET PHONE..1171, : 1. _Paan. **124 and 7*$-H ,, #.J. Beauty Culture :
I '. ...................... ........:....... .. ......= /...-.-...............Directly......*in.*Front...*.of..Postoffice...*.............f. /Jt!.s..i..............A..isii .......Telephone.........SE 206 HABLA for ESPAHOL.Appointment*"****"*"..

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t :: Experience 24 HOURS In Watchmak SERVICE :; I::1 4 ilJjriijitr..i; ; r I':1 I'- t:... ;'INSURANCE. :: ::, ,Good Work-Low Prices :

I : ing,qualifies us to auur ''Our, Customers Must,. B. : ., : Your E nipr0. House .,illa.. i.* ,... '.' .' : : Dafljr.between k30 AJ4. and 3.30PM :
you accuracy and depend' Satrs fU '* 5 1- : .:* 1 omCE: : *-Appointments are accepted ISM .:
; ability In repairs. : | ,Sltt SOUTHARDS front public by Senior Students ot '-,
t Whether It is the 1nexpensire > 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : : INLAID LINOLEUM I f .' : ,
STREET: : : TheSouthernmost :
I : the most seven costly seventeen Jewel or OVERSEAS .CYLt-STORE-' i 1'! or ASPHALT TILE l' Opposite_ Bos Staiioa ': ,t.

I I : .Jewel guaranteed.infinite car U always : ....................................I.....e...........N................................... : EXPERTLY INSTALLED .- :1. *. .""""" .. School

: 12 your watch Is not ; .. J; Phone N O.I of Beauty Culture :
: TELEPHONE 1454' FOR ESTIMATE <'. : i /
complete satisfaction andPACKAGE : =
: giving you DRUM !BAR :
523 Southard Street
why not bring .'
.\.:' ,it in? Our charges ar*extremely DEPARTMENT "' *' ,' 5 1 F Key West i |i' -THE-; : There are a number available with over SOO hours : .
reasonable. :. .. of state approved instruction who know the latest
: PHONE 8112
DAN an :' PorterAllen phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
VAROLL : "We Delirei" t Floor S under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of.

:s' : WATCH REPAIRING'and JEWELRY : ei>8t Di inks. ..and.Coldest. Beer.in, Totrli.<< : : Covering Co.. ..!. [: Company i though beauty culture appointment do good are work not required.at very low It 11 i prices.advisable.Al. .:

: Work Done On Premises :' '. .Packaged Good : : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLOUT Jt For Appointment Stop at : ..:

S 515 Fleming Street : ........................!.!.!.!.w..!.'.!.!.!.!.!..!..!.!.!..!.!_.T._...:..!.*.*.*.*.*.!.!.*.*.*.eee...*.*.*.!.!.***.:*.**.*....*....ti..ioi'4FAH'SZ15Wto : vr 1f..a.............\ 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE t 57 .:
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,. : )Food Shopping r: ,; 'f _"'...:.I '" .... .. :!)L SASll to IS'.w- :: : A..D. Taylor (TenjierHotii Mover).,Manager : '
: Be Sure to Get ; ;'"io.'" -- --" : BONDER AndLICENSED : ;
.,: ': 1UIHf :;(,'.::..... ,"" ':;: ...Tjte FlUtet :. : FREE ESTIMATES: : ctVES=TELEPHONE: : 1SI2 :'(;

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J.UlUIO RepairSERVICE .. :.................:11 f....j.eL.........**..: : Installations and Repairs ;,
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Se Beautiful New Majestic End- : and PAT AS:Y0U ; :
The Foundation of Today's : Table Radio-Phonograph at : : PANTS B pWtr"Ja.ssv ,10.93 : : FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST :
'r" : :: ,,, ;. ttQ1u'.IUS.XI1u"l Ir$ :' Call V. and Be Satisfied .
Heal Planning 1 !j '. Ladies' Coat Sails, dfPBlCSLadtes'' Dresses :.; : ,

: ., .. j: : L AlsMusicCo.. : GREATLY RE.DuaD--l; dust arrfyed.White Dresses : l Phones 781 and 229-W

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L r. ,, .- ." .. "..._ Ii' .. .FRIDAY, JULY 30,' 1948

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Both Contests Should) Bel ; I.

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__, Hard Fought; Navy Out.! Class "B" Fjtsl.Ald : f .'
f C\) ,
.:: fit Has Chance At First 5 6 I 1 I l a t ,
Second .
} Spots i! r {
::Place .' Beach parties are in full
swing and younq people la *
At M\
;'The two baseball games sched- Stake TtiHigHi everywhere cart a basket of I '
uled for Sunday at the Stadium l goodies to a lake or-beach. sit
will i l be hard fought contests, for Softball Class "B"'League,first around glowing fire sing and # -
both games mean a lot to the play _
piece and second.placg l v\\) be.t games. {
four clubs that will be involved. \ ;) I II i I With the advent of frozen fI
tin the opening game the stake tonight wiien the Elko Club foods; fare for these parties has
Clowns who have not lost, ag'eme and VX-1 Flyers take the' fieldat changed considerably within fI

will tackle the Marines Bayview Park in the. first contest the last few years. You don't I
wno have won one and lost one of a twin bill. .. have to"depend on hot, dogs
for a second place tie with Pi- Should the Elks win 'they wftl and hamburgers (always succulent -
Wites.rll) : h a
be three full pinch ,
games: ahead, with ---i ----- --- r.- 1 q.J1
they win, they will go to. only four to pi-y. I, when you can qet frozen chicken -.I -
first: place in a tie with the a la king. beans and French i '"rt" Wirepho{(
Should the Flyers corfte"out: ,
Clowns.will retain If the first Clowns place. win, they I victorious, they'will ;dinlq! 'pUe .k fried, potatoes which can be 1 I TWE'TXh .NINE: PERSONS PERISHED in thiswreckage d a chartered Runouskl Airline Da I

-Jt is expected that Fisher will i for second place, a".game and a ((JP) WirephotoJOE heated in pans on a grate over I kota plane which crashed ant o-fogfound: Cape Bon Ami headland Dear Cacpe. Quebec in. Canada.
half from first. ,;- {. I: : an,open fire. t All on board were killed. It was the worst airplane' disaster ia Canadian
start' for the Leathernecks I history.
Jos Lewis will be'pitteursgairot l TINKER of! baseball's.; famoui.'Tinker-to-Evera-to-Cbance | Spanish rice can be made at
JJoberts or Allen for the Clowns. double plat combination :died home and reheated at the picnic -- .---, --, '- _
I Henson onthe; _mound as'ii usual' Tuesday in Orlando. Fla.. of a 1 ;;-+r- -
This game will start at 1 p.m. when .these teams i irieefc.',: tj :' respiratory trouble. ;Death came-;on the 88th birthday cf thecelebrated I scene.by adding another f Girl ; "

Inc the nightcap SiibHon JF u;. shortage.: Thr picture-: : at'left shows Tinker during can of.tomatoes. Some people I In the nightcap the Pirates cellar-occupant ot lhe.Clasa."A": t his playing days: The'pbotc. c: right was made in his home near { bririg chickens which.they broil 'I ..

Ail will,Station.cross bats with the Naval. League, will meet Bob's Sportshop.leader Orlando in,,,1944.. : J.- ,. -*- _.. ,. How } : et Plane] Painl !I BERN, Switzerland-<#J-SwI\.

'" s of ,the circuit 'andundisputed ... ... ;
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;The Pirates have three -yoUng 'of first ---; =--'" -+- -- -----: j zcrland issued; a new five-
pitchers to throw at the Naval i possessors Pool I t lief A smll;: franc coin ; the
A r boys; Joe Casa, Jr., Register place 'the.schedule's. plax": J) SOX : AT'1'IGERS; : '! spinjftig amA _speed of j i centenary of the-Swiss, constitu.1 -
and newcomer that has just i i Leaders
been".The signed.Naval Air has'Rounds and City RecreationPrpgram. i :. /BRAVES. "-WHIP PIRATES,I f! girls five .and are j:I! jet find' planes.a a-paimVwJiich. The exper.-will it i! \ .

Blumquit or Lefty Kolh. "thr e ; Jl1 : Navy :] under tvay\at-the; Unk* ,
gftxl. pitchers. i {i of' Cincinnati! ;'
I mornings j BROADWAY
Naval Air has to win to break 1 '' tb:.Boston' .... < "ijrto the win column and the Pirjjtes .' girls meet ,II .and once the equipment _
will try to stay up. there. 1 t Their u.a i ) .r entrance !) ,ff, the high speed and CIGAR STORE
:This game will start at :3:30: j f SOFTBALL clock'jind: atgreatgr:1ndchildren.:0 f friction keep,.it twirling
Bt ni. 'Bayviaw. Park NightTONIGHT ..iiliais 1.0"e l leaders, than a montH, accord i 610 Duval Street
I I Under Walter Soller. Conven-
r I =: r I
> Leading pitchers in the, Senior Dodgers Robinson, will not stay on jet f,
Baseball First Game: -VX-1 Flyers vs. which travel faster: thin COMPLETEBASEBALL
League are Alee two .
won and no lost; Repp won one; 1 Elks Club (raihed-.: 'ut, "IBrTfcr: ,.......... t Son : ming making and I Dr. Seller said adding:
Register, won one; Kolb lost game: of 7vly. 6). .NEW.YORK. July : the paint peels jt create
one; Rounds lost one; Fisher Second. Game-SubRon Fourvs. ;led "Sox whipped th I dsruptions to the-airflow,
: Bob's' Sport' Shop. ."Tigers,. S,to. 1, in. the ,f make 214 SCORES
lost one; J. Casa Jr., .lost one. + a spit, (easy to by setting .
I (postponed game). turn! t I I I
I game played sticks _
up two forkshaped II
hitters ..Beuford ithef" the-American, That
Leading are: f
J I and metal skewer with i POPULAR
using a BRANDS of
ITaval Air, 6 at bat 3 hits;; .500; JUNIOR SOFTBALL I,leagues! The I i 1 George *
''Dean.'' Clowns 6 at bat I run, BayvUw Park. Afternoon I'gam ,was the only one I ,I a handle to turn the chicken). died j on and
f.hits, .500. Fisher Marines 5 at 'and, Morning. j1 i0-the American:.: j U beach parties are frequent. j scendants. COFFEE Cigars Cold
bat 2 hits. .400; Alee Clowns. 5 Daily play., '- Yesterday in the t i! Inexpensive contraptions of[ j.i sons 3 I J
at bat and 2 hits, .400. E. Smith Jos ton ,defeated \ ;: this'sort can be found at"local I dren 111 A Pound Today- Soft Drinks
4 and 3 ,1 Brooklyn Dodgers and 7 g :
towns 8 at bat, runs TENNISBantaw J f department'and hardware _
tits, .375, C. Valdez,. Pirates. '8 Park. Afternoon I Louis Cardinals 9-6; I -
-&i bat 2 runs and 3 hits; .375; r and' ,Giants"won ,from':the f( I stores. .
Night A delicious variation of iced tea
mice Naval Air 3 at.bat 1 hit Reds.. 5-0, while the
.333; Nole, Marines, ,3 at bat, 1 Daily play. 'I Phillies walloped l can be made by mixing orange
juice and lemon or lime and adding -
.222 A. Mclntoch' 3 at bat I Cubs 7-4. /q
lilt ; to the tea. This takes away
*;hit. .333; Brown Clowns. 6 at SKATING I The scores: x !
the'too-tangy flavor of the tea. It
2 hits .333 O. Mclntoch 3 Bavvtew Park.. Night AMERICAN I !
bat ; f .i. can be kept cold in thermos jug!'. ii
at bat. 1 hit .333; J.,,Casa,.3_at .FRIDAY: ,- .. I Night Gam : radio
: Bring portable or
J a
3 T:00:: to |::00 Pi.M. ,> j
and bat
bat 1 hit Register;; or t 71 ;' -:', and the crowd to .
Jhit, ..333.Jquatic. Boston .. _Uh_ j phonograph ;get .
BASEBALL ., Oetroit __._ sing.If. i%
; ff
.. a porch party is in order a .S
School Municipal Stadium.' 'Afternoon 'Kramer} and ; ; buffet usually is the best bet with
SUNDAYt; Pierce and Swiff f I cold cuts hot dogs and macaroni
1:00: Clownssr, Marines- ,;alad the mainstay. The salad can
5 Of R.C Will Be t 3; 0-Pirates vs. Naval. .Air Station Only. game' } ; be cooked. cooled and the mayon-
1 :- ..:...:....---: I naise, green pepper and celery
Army Barracks Afternoon NATIONAL',' I added long before the crowd arrives -
-I Held At Chipley] SUNDAY. I You'-can make buckets of

First GameConchs vs. Scar=:, Boston. .. it for.a 'pittance!
pions.' Pittsburgh ,. : A teenager who really wants
.:! Plans for the American Red
;Cross national aquatic school at Second Game-f Atomic Bombers Voiselle and ; to be a hit with hr crowd can NR
Tamp Carolina, Brevard, North I vs. SubRort;Four, lligbe and Riddle. entertain- her' friends with her
'Carolina, for August 23 through : own improvised soda fountain.
September 2 have been cancel- chairman of ..the water safety ; Before the crowd arrives she D

l.3, due to the polio outbreak'm committee ;.for' the-- Key. West Brooklyn _.. __._._'.-: can whip,up the trimmings for N
North Carolina. Chapter. 5t Louis _' the sodas and ,sundaes. Syrup h
The school will be held at Application blanks for enroll Barney :. can: be made Out of chocolate. DywHEN

Roosevelt State Park Chipley, ing in the school "may be. obtained nella;. Dickson: ; St ; ]j! vanilla or strawberry instant ,
:Georgia August 27 through September from Mrs. Carola: R. Net- Brazle J and ak.r.. .. .' I frcstina.: Just add hot tap water
6. according to a notice 1 ties, 'executive' secretary of the I end stir to achieve creamy
'received by Leonard Curry Red Cross:Chapter;in Key West.Kaiitor's "r" ; : : smooth fudge or fresh'straw.- 'SING A

._ -, .,;.,-. ,"" -. --- New 'York __.".--::i : + berry' sauce-which can be used .... gam: SONG
as.a topping for the ice cream .. -
Cincjnnati. __. ,_..Ji:"' : OF SUNSHINE -
Whip Hospital Kosle. and .Cooper Chopped eras a base fruit orsodas.or: jelly can br ...
berger; Burfchart., : 6b '
I- Lamanho. ," ; i t tPhiladelphia added to vanilla instant frostingto BRINGS YOU g j
delicious soda
: t make 'a doren

r: Adams Dairy Beats Vetsr ;1 .-__.a_1'I\ chopped fountain nuts special and cherries A 'bowl can beset of A NEW, REAL ORANGE-, DRINK "'

on your 3oda;; fountain" and
.to- -,: Chicago. _,-1- *._ : I added to -your home-made concoctions -
JUETTS SHOP TEAM COT,* -1. 1a Kawe, Dubiel and: ;; to give a professional You've never tasted a drink like this

Ion 8 for IS runs in 5 'innings: Lade\ Chipman:; f. look to the treats.Fashionconscious'.
25 RUNS ON 12 HITS time of 'game: '1-20; Umpires: rowy. ,.Rush end Mc before. Every bottle contains the equivalent j

{ Griffen and'VillareaL.j } damsels have juice content of one whole l sun.
19 BASES ON. BALLS, TennisPJayers s" : set themselves on the gold stand ;
.-.. j" In 'the -nightcap;;; Veterans of 1.:tcjcal' ard. The'shiny gold bug has goneto drenched Florida orange.9}t.'s= 11 ERRORS the waist and the
J Foreign Wars had .a .brand new I feet over
on the field. They will give i I II I :: II1\ [ I arm with shoes belts and bags; refreshing it's extra good fory: ou.
Kantor's Men's Shop whipped: :
j I them all a TUn".frir'the r.mo being made of glowing gold kid. :
the Naval Hospital last night in :!f f ""arzan" '. Albury. '" >to. 1 It is a paculiar fad and no-matter and YOUth. -
softball games at Bayview Park i}{! Kerr; Pitcher .Bearmari' .a Rliaini ei how you slice it too much gold izcI7
of 25 to 1, while in the' eY'1'eY'1'f J -
"by\ a score Schiner all good players worn in the daytime looks -silly -
; No fizz to fool your taste; Cobbs Orangeis
second contest Adams Dairy.f well as Doug McCarthy, The:! manager \tthe A bit of gold can compliment a
beat the Veterans of Foreign 4 II{I Means, M. Tynes, Claude i annual Miami Beach ( : bright white dress perhaps like NOT carbonated. All-the wonderful'real ,*'
14 6.3In I I I ,
-Wars to Baker and Others: that make up ior tennis tournament.- nothing else. can-but when you
the opening gamethe the team. i by the Miami Beach ( ) see yr":'?" r''nle ladened down orange taste .,and of course it ,
Ien's Shop boys get 25 runs on;1 But last night in their debut, i jepartment'invites with gold which only yesterday
12 hits, 19 bases on balls and 11 they "were beaten by a 14 to 6 I: tennis or ping-pong I was part of mother formal attire contains natural Vitamin C and added rat r; -;
Errors by the Hospital team. score. i Key West to enter they look as if they are Sunshine '-
;:At bat Kerr Sotomoq, Kelly The Vets'got six hits.. Valdez ment. I,I dressed.up for Hallowe'en.1 D. 6TIAKt
Flietas and A. Lastres each hit Wear the belt and the shoes or 'f
two safely. For the losers Paulson Charles bury. Means Albufy and', Beaurman'Esmond each Al-I II"may Entry be' obtained blanks and.from the bag and the beltbut not allthree HOME A CASE ',0. 'Jill MM/IT, THIS VHf OAT ,' \. lRBO GET.-

hit two. Quales ht a double. Saunders, 21 accessories together.
hit one. and J. Lewis hit a triple I _
Solomon hit a double and a The deadlne for -
and two singles. fiiggmbotham; Mr. '"
triple; Felitas hit two doubles. I, and Malgrat-each .hit two. Hig- i day August 23. .' V5tota.iv. : __. once says -
..In the field Kantor's boys hit fo rthe circuit j
ginbotham one "Sip Some Sunshine"
ball. Grit ten, ,
Fjto played Lastres errorless and Fleitas were the In the field, Malgrat starred Villareal, Homing Cow ; : I (Ton may write,Vivian:;Brownin s
Sands ahd Blanco for the
best. For losers Henke was theScore winners and McCarthy and care .of this pape about news
of you own gang.) -
.. Kerr did not make an error for Takes A ,, _
: n H. E 0 the losers. e..:,...... ........... -0
Kantor's.111010122512 Score: R. IL E. .r ;
.' 00000 1- 1 6 11 PUEBLO Colo. ( i
"uspital Vets ___---* 031'Oil 0- 6. 5 8 <<:
.E. Sweeting< Fleitas and F, Adams ,...... 102 443.x'-:14 11 2 Church thinks"'coWs : -BICYCLESRepaired -
pastresr-Henke. Fallon and Fal-. Beaurman and E Albury; Grif dogs cats and pigeons ; !

hat.' Herike. 'fen and Sands, VillareaL, big 'instincts. He I and, RentedAlso
Three-base hit: Solomon; two- cow from Art Pooler I
Home run Higginbotham 3. r
jise hits Fleitas 2, Qulaes Solo -; ; take its new calf. The la Stock-NEW
base. hit J, Lewis 2-base hits
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mon. Kerr 2, A. Lastres; stolen Valdez." Blanco "stolen bases: away; and Was found {I: BICYCLES TRIcYCLES
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eases: Fleitaa. 2, Kerr 2; stnickout later 'eight,miles '
Sweeting 6 bases on HiwnbothaJlLewis; sacrifice for the Pooler,' ranch: ', WAGONS -' SCOOTERSand
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hit Co Albury! hit
by pitchers
off Fallon 14.pH FLORIDA
balls: off Henke 5, Schinider SKATES O'RANGE
: Martinez E. Al
Sweeting 6; double' play: F Griffen 3; baess on'r J ;
Henke bury Sands--. Higginboibam;; Griffen,- off Overseas Cycle
La B tresto Griffen; hits:off j / Store
struck out _Beaurman "
: by 2, by of' ,
in 1 inning.-off Pal- game: .
4 for 9
runs I j ,
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Of Interest To You But .' '\.'.' """ ', f"--". .... 'Atomic Vaults x i Fight On 'Malaria: it.l.l".IT.lI"i .IIIIII.4r'rJ7llp .lI.l.l.l" 4l


.' ; Are Not Large i Pushed In Africa l ': ',7 ,;: :' "/. '- "' .- J.-.-,: ., -
Too Late To = ; : tf' : .: :
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NEW YORK .- r -.r... .' !' tf..
-(W)-The stuff ; LONDON-{#)-Compfete removal '-.," -:. .' > '.,"- ',' ''''''' .
By RUSSELL XA y.; that makes atomic bombs < ,' "
i, is, or of malaria from the'populated -:: ., S

........A.......... .A .........A. l|i vaults was, kept writes Daniel in not-very-laVge Lang in:{ time is areas foreseen of Africa by: 45 in his'ear life--old- # "\, "'i :t'Iit
a x* : .J, '
(\tiY Writes Prof George MacDonald, director a ".
About Piecemeal Vacation! and Fishing new book, Early Tales of the
4 of the Ross Institute'bf.> tfWiC611 :Y: C <
lye I i Atomic Age." One such vault .: : : : :
been Mae
,: taking' my vacation)f- Hygiene. Prof. D Md : 'f : ;; ,
piecemeal this was seen in 1946 :by Herbert S. also that a three-year plan : :":
year. Instead of ; says : < ":>
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traipsing off to the mountains 0111 I !WILL YNasfy SMILE? Marks, Washington attorney for the eradication of malaria- : ': '''i.' ,'' =-:-,: '. .. .,
the, seashore I've been seeking L K while on a trip toEos Alamos, carrying mosquitoes in Cyprus. is ': ; (: .t: e h .
rest and recreation rght here at 1! well advanced, and adds :: { :: .
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IThe ,
New Mexico. .
"This the first time in history ," -:1-- .. "
home is _
} W.ththings quieted down i f' : -
"Many people Lang: writes, '. -t. r--
that this task has been at- :" : ) r lIJ1.I .-T -
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bachelor: was paying, a j t would regard as the most important tempted. And I think it:is'setting / : I1

visit .to the house of a friend; a': ,spot in the world vault! pattern of what may happen !:.. :?i !; M! : l! i..in :., .,t'f..J *.-a'.,.. .:- S
married man and found' him- used to 'store the stuff out of elsewhere in the future-T: He said f :' ;:'" .
+a hn self rather bored by all. the talk' which the bomb is made. It' is, the World Health Organization :i .t ?, .S. .,-: :. : .. .q : .
F.I. about the son and heir of the Marks told me, one of the most was considering a similar campaign : Sn. 9(3 & house l carefully k guarded and least-* fre- in a large part of tropical l S ,.' j; rJt'' : .1 ; {'' : :':: '. '.', ;; ..- S
g s. I: "Just fancy," said the adoring I quented vaults ever built.* : Africa, as an experiment, in: Con- I f -t. \t:

mother, "he's only 17 months I I The book also has a section on trolling the disease in territory 't: : : ij r.fjl' t : : ,/ : .
old and he's been walking. for 1: the search for suitable caves :for surrounded by land, as opposedto : ", : 4
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.. wartime industry Another section an island. .. i- .
nearly nine months. I I "''-. =. ,. :' : .
'with rocket tests: j : > : "
deals =
"Really'' said the visitor in I .
M.my'of the Atomic leins and human sidelights' are 'i c .,\', '- a. :
bY wearily, "don't you think it's New H&sxico.; II "'
Commission's big prob- told at length ": : ; ,.. ( \ ... :
about time he down Energy .
sat .k ;. .
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England's Oxford Universitydates EXPLOSION VICTIM REMOVED: FROM PLANT .' }' ...... :. '., ,. .:1't" "

back to 1249 ...,..,.. '#
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?raI prevents chafing or rubbing and ;, J r.' t :'-" ,! -

there is'no chance of snaggjng or j 4>.. _' :
T ". .. .
hitching the )line over an 'up- I -
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turned guide. The center of #ravity 1 dw
I y S ..'.is lowered and .a more p r-1 f fl:. N

feet balance is obtained i'.. -l '.' : :
I line I I
RUSSELL KAY For use Nylon : rrr. -
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| ,:'Bait Casting line manufactured ,
.. "Settled-Down" Fishermanat the Norwich Line : '
by Coma "
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I, pan with! plants at St. Augustine -I w ..l :J. t, j'f r ', i : _
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the office, I've found that I.t i | ,' Florida and Norwich, Connecticut I .A '

can sneak off, climb into some .' It is smoother, smaller *- f .\\t
old clothe) and be out in a boat and i stronger than ether lines of I ji_ .'. :" : 'r ::1 } N ..... ..; .
on' Tampa Bay in a matter of equal diameter and is not affect - .I. ,. i't.. ., J:; rrI ., ,. -. .-.t .'
minutes and that's what I've t' I
been doing every chance I get I 1 kink." t.F p r .. ; I If
You know this (ish in' business after years of foolin' around ; : :
grows on a guy. I can member I'vp finally settled on equipment .
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back when I used to think that 'that I can depend on But it '"i"' ;,'to: 1 .

anybody who would! sit in an takes more than that to catch ,
s ,
open boat in the broiling sun and fish; you have to knaw: wherel .. .
,dangle a fish pole in the water the?fool things are: I licked that i

was certainly a dumb duck and prQb I11,- too, by engaging "Old 1 I { s?

maybe they are but when a Hutch"the best guide! on Tampa! S .
I low really gets bit by the Bay who operates out of D.iys. deCamp I

like I have it all seems to add fel-I at the Fmellas side of .
and make sense.: Gandy Bridge I don't know how TM rM.
While the average bay the guy dots it. but he can run TO *
man in search of trout is content j out in the middle of the bay t HOW I
to {employ an old bamboo pole !{ where the water looks just like I
hook, line and sinker, I graduated I. it 'does anywhere else, stop the; ,1
from that early in the game 1 engine, throw out the anchor i II F
and do most of my fishin' the and "They ought'to be just I Ir ; 3 'p I4AKU1ONEY

hard. way with a light castingrod r about here, with the tide like it .. .. -........ I
and plug You don't catch as I I is naW.N And I'll be a son-of-a : 1 1'J I
many fish as a rule but to my : salamander if they ususallv ain't. (,P) Wirephoto via Radio from Frankfort

notion you have a lot more fun J "Hutch" is a bang-up Tarpon RESCUE WORKERS: CARRY A VICTIM cf the L 0. ,Farben "i.<. P
with those do guide, too and if happen to
you snag. you
chemical! plant in Ludwigshafen. Germany from the scene I oft I
I used to be a sucker for every be in the mood to mix with just _
the disaster. Windowless shattered the blast
building bY'
plant ,
new gadget in the way of bait or about any variety of the finny
tackls that came on the market.I'd tribe, get this old maestro ,to h .is in the background.? Police! estimated between' $00 ,and ;.800 '
read the enticing ads that I j, take you out and you won't be I re: were' killed and possibly 2,003 injured. U. S. Army estimate I -
told how old Bill Bozo tied a disappointed. said more: than 300 .died and 6.200 were injured. .- AAY .
his line and --
Wampus Wiggler on .
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caught so-many fish in 30 minutes .
that he had to qut for fear RESCUE WORKERS PROBE SHATTERED PLANT 1

of swampin' his boat; or Samuel -._ 'I
Q Zizzlebaum of Brooklyn who: ( :" '- '
had never fished before in his. s'd- : ,k : : : S It amazes a man-the wiy babies do itl ten short years every $3.00 you put in will have .

life, catching 72 trout none of 'em grown to'$9.00.
Grow, that is.
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under three pounds, using noth- -: ".
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ing but a Darling Dangler. : You start out bragging about each new ounce way provide
Nothing to do. I would have "jlh"j.j. ('t A '. and pound your newborn. gains-and then that for:the future needs of a growing family.Every I.' .
me one of them there things andI : dollar is barked by the credit of the U. S.
ever growingness strikes home another You -
''accumulated the darndest \ way .
mess Government.Get .
I discover t h. $ is .1.
of piscatoral hardware you ever et's, eating outgrowing .
f saw, plugs with tails that wiggle clothes-costing more.Wouldn't in-fln,this automatic, painless savings plan
;plastic shrimp with. whiskers aF today. Sign_up for the Payroll Savings Plan
tike Santa Claus, pop-eyed you like to be just as cure your ..where you work. Or, if you aren't on a payroll, ..

squids with red, white and blue 1r4 l9.+ I money! would grow, tool .- : joui !the,Bond! A:Month Plan through the bank. .: .
tail feathers spoons in gold, sil- You can be, if you start putting a few dollars when: .you have! a checking account. .
and artificial min-
ver cromium. into U. S. Savings Bonds payday.,Enz:: U )Regular and .
nows that glow in the dark, every ,:growing. savings mean; protection '
plugs with built-in cavities that in the Payroll Savings; Plan right now, and l in '}eccunfy! .lor'a growing; family
could be filled with fish oil to .
make 'em smell important and a ,

lot of other.silly trinkets. Automatic -
s saving'Rl
i It's a stage that I'm told every ving.iS ;

sports fisherman goes through
before he finally learns that all ,
in the world you need is one or '\ U S. Savings' Bonds. : : :;
two good surface baits and a .
couple for underwater use. I've .
settled for a Zaragpssa or a Dal- .' "l'- ,-
for water and the -- "
ton Special top ;
+} May surface.West. or Convict below the ..' (;P)) Wirephoto via Radio frdm' "Frankfurt re d by THE KEY .WEST CITIZEN "

Maybe we'd" better pause here RESCUED'WORKERS make their way through the explosion-shattered L G. Farben chemical: ,plant > i

and give those readers who are Ludwigshafen.. Germany following: blast which killed hundreds and injured thousanls.f! ,Dix; u
nit h. Scltl U. t Tttutitj ir sad AiftrtMag CtuneO."T .
aster was described in ta t4rtntttmt-rtipr4 V .1 U ICM Tnuurj Dtftttmtmt
becoming slightly nauseated a as worst Germany since t he war. "

chance to leave quietly. I know tat? .
there is nothing that sounds sil- ( '" '.
lier to a non-fisherman than the FIREMENRESCUE:. WORKERS,IN SHATTERED PLANT "' : ; : .. ..
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of the : .4- : 'r '
language sport as :i .u "" ; """ I. _- ..
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ed by those in the know.emPloY-I I e' )t .e -"LG ; -' -- "'" .... -'
For years I have used II I r A _

ulation split bamboo wzI' -. -
rod, and then I read about a new II I'I'z ,' '. :' ,- ... -, '.
and revolutionary type of rod I : .

being manufactured right here ; ;. .....;.. : ," ,
in Florida at Jacksonville by a i "" .e'r' .
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fellow named Walter L. Rives.It : t ;

seems that Walter, an ardent p S .' : jfft r'. *'.. -
fisherman himself, got tired of '\ -. .. ....
snagged lines, backlashes and ..a2Y + 'O. ,., { -' ',' .:.
other difficulties that arose from \ 4 -

guides being on the top of the I '-. :.: t_> .'i>;. ".

rod. : ., .; 'r' ','
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he uldn't a : ,. .: ,
"Why, asked I tt.--. t .. .' .:
rod! be made-'with the line guides ?- ,; ', 1'''':' ..,, '. ..oj. Ie' ..".,_';,- ,
en the underside" He got busy I ,", :-. ,. .. .-, ''' ; ."f ,-,. .
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and the 20th Century fishing t..: ,,:M '. ..
rod" is the result I got one and U- ';, tlilL
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am to tell you that is a ,. .... .,, ; \
dilly' Light as a feather you can <.....,.. 'r --. -" .N". ,,, l' '. ; .}'. ';
cast {with it all and never j : 7 '. .
day ,.- ,
get tired. All it requires is a !little -I t s '. "I'JIH..J, t' .. >'. i !t- ....<. -,' ",;.-f' ,t ..-. -. 'I
twist of the wrist and the line! 'o "" ". : L J .*f It--. .
unhindered and running, free t ..,. ,
goes out a mile. Although plenty f :: ::;. .
strong, it is as resilient as a bug- .' _' ., .):. I I
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and # .
gy whip I've never used a t ,'
rod as sensitiveRives' .
rod ------- ----- ,- :
differs from the r .
standard or old style rods in that 4 (/P) Wirephoto via Radio from Fraftkfart : I

the tip is set above the reel so I 1. :....:,', '
that the line runs through the \, GEBMAH,FIRE BRIGADE and rescue workers probe the shatered L C. .Farben plant at LudVtjftSShaien I #

guide underneath the. rod, 'Wednesday after blast which destroyed ox damaged an estimated It buildings. -,Cavualties :. :. '." '." J !, i. : t;; 1. ,. '
thereby preventing contact be-. are high with estimates of hundreds dead and thousands injured. The disaster wu :wPrst, "' p

tween the line and the rod. This in. Germany since end of the war. ', : t. jill.i'; :i jr. :f"iii IA..I.I.I.lI.lIII.lii;' '

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Auxiliary WOMAN AND EIGHT 'CHILDREN LIVE CLOSE TO DEATH 1 Americans Teach Irish Pick 1 I I Fire. Creaks Out Portable Handy

Hold Meeting I r German Doctors Best Films 1 1I!, In Joiner Shop HOT WASHERS

In Arlhur Home Irish Film I A small fire broke out this 526.95 and $36.95
i BERLIN+{(>T)-A group of thirteen -<;P)-
Society the revival of the morning at 10:15 in the exhaust
American doctors are tour- fays Inci- pipe of the Joiner Shop, U. S. Na- ELECTRIC FANS
Veterans of Foreign Wars, jing Germany to demonstrate American film "Strange
I val Station.No
helda dent" was the society's most $5.45 to 841.95:
Post 3911. and its auxiliary i techniques developed
wt- popular showing of the year. Next damage was done it U re
joint meeting last night at the tn R (during the past ten years in the: ported.
French -
United States to German doctors irr order were three productions
Arthur residence on Grinnell de St.
i I who have been cut off from ad- Les Disparus TROPICAL TRADER
street Ail* "Leg Visiteurs du Soir" America's literary history be-
made in medicine.
The partly-completed building jvances The American missionis and "L'Eternal Retour." Society gan in 1608. with John Smith's H$ DUTA Street Phone 1000
being erected on Elizabeth street ( sponsored by the -.Unitarian members voted "Open City.. "True Relation of'Virgiina.' "

was a subject for discussion. I Y Service. Commttee. Libraries of "Odd ManOut.." and -Great Expectations' -
Plans for rushing through the j be filing
t the three t.
up-to-date medical textbooks
completion by October, at which I : e gk j of the year in the commercial --- '
time the 13th district meeting i 1 1 and surgical instruments-brpu theater. THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\'' at POPULAR PRICES
.by the mission will 'be donateldt
will be held in Key West, with
''to German. universities .,.... __ Located in UM Heart of the "
the Southernmost post and aux- y The first oriental. fug known City
iliary the hosts and hostesses. :; called the WRITE
to history is one: REArrBtTROOMS or WIRE
Every member promised to cooperate I. MRS. DAVIS TESTIFIESOommupH spring of Chosrocs ''which' now. : for RESERVATIONSwith

in this worthy project. ( From Pare One, vould be valued., at '$$2,000.000 BATH and CLEPHONEJord
Members of the post have work artificial respiration on

done all work on this building!, Davis.i .
but due to the fact that all are i "I was only interested ire Pershing Miller\
bringing to life" Mrs. Davis ROBERTS OFFICE SUPPLIESand
fully employed in their.respec 5 tes 1 lintel Hotel
tive jobs the work has! gone .t.tw tified in response t J a qucstiorI EQUIPMENT Hotel
Besides, the inclement I by W. Curry Harris assistan 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Are.
rather slowly.
26 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 80 Rooms 100 Rooms I NE. let AT*.
weather the last few weeks state attorney who was condu
has slowed up the work. I Itin? the examination. lre Can Furnish You With ElevatorSolarium Elevator 80 Rooms

Monroe County Service Officer I Previously Dr. Edward Gonzalez the Following: Heated Elevator

Jack Saunders extended an in- ] who made an autopsy or Metal( FILES. 2 and 4 DraweJ"s.nth BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
vitation to the post and auxili- Davis' body last night testified lock:'MeUl Secretarial Desk
ary from the American Legion that .he was uncertain of the Cory Grey):" Remington-Rand 10

to attend a spaghetti dinner in death. Cey Adding Machines: Royal
the American Legion home on .j; Ha said he had found the math Standard & Portable Typewriters
Stock Island, Wednesday night (C/P/ ) Photo stomach filled with about si- RENTAL TYPEWRITERS and PEARLMAN'SINCORPORATED
11. A vote was taken andit f jounces of a bloody fluid. H' ADDING MACHNES
August BESSIE STEPHENS. Negro wcman. and her eight children: are living mighty close to death 'in entire
decided to attend in a i told of sending the stomacl 'isit Our Machine Repair
body.was Atlanta. Ga.-.but they're healthy and harea good roof Yer- their "heads.- Their, domicile is the to the state laboratory at Jacksonville Dept.

Members. attending this joint embalming room of a funeral home. Their table is-a :wooden ccffin. Undertaker Herschel Thorn for an examination. "THE STOKE OF QUALITY"Key
meeting were: Commander and ton took them in after their apartment was burned recently. They eouldn/t: / find any other'place .' Dr Gonzalez also testified h'
I West's Largest LADIES'.MISSES'
Mrs. Tony Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. to live The mother is an engine cleaner for the ,Southern. Railway-System. had found,a lump on Davis' lef' and CHILDREN'S Store

Eric Curry; the Mesdames VanesSa __ -_._ -- .,. ... ---40 ..0- _ -.- .,.. __ _... _n _. ...:.-_ temple and a contusion back t>*
America's Favorite
Saunders Auxiliary president the left car. He said the brair .
Annie Walterson Edith VICTIM TAKEN Jo RO I. MINE WHERE BLAST KILLED 14 I showed no evidence of damage Use9QOKS SCHOOL SHOES
Whitney, Florence Solomon, Ob- 'There vas,; -no evidence o' Round; ,
dulia Garcia and Vera Wood; heart di->ease." said-Dr>Gonzaler
the Messrs. Ed Haury, Carlton asca lie testified that, a concussior ROllp/1f At This Store Means linger Wear

Smith, George Koch Harry I could have caused death but rv t-1 t1'0/ (renter Cost
Wild Angel Al erex, Jack Saun- .thecause

ders and Ollie Trombley.The .
meeting was adjourned at $' The inquest was adjourned a' ,
9:30: at which time refreshments J R : noon and will be resumed thi Boys'and Girls' School Shoes'In

were provided by the. auxiliary, j jSonlhcrn afternoon. The next witness wr
Z a Ak I to be Mrs. Howe. wife of the nv lllne nrmcn"
I held while the iurv i*: investiga'
Area t in" the death of Davis. While, (While &

Confers I I The members of the coroner's firotcn and Red 'Q j
Legion jury consists of Arthur Thompsen.

foreman and George GwynnJr.
This Weekend) .. Carlo? Marrero. Charles D STURDY

i Archer. Evelio Rodriguez and Ed '
The Southern Area Legion 'S mund Ravagl'v.t Boys.
Conference will be held in Fort _. ..

Lauderdale on Saturday and s :: Ecuador is the onlv South Air OXFORDS I )

Sunday.The ; r t eric sessions will be presidedover coastline the equator cut-J.acros- for the L
by Harry Cooper, area com- ,
mander, assisted by Vance C. r fnluulunnuunnnunmmIlunnmmImnnunmmnALLMARK! BIG SIZE 3

and Stirrup.Max 10th Curtiss district, 9th commander district I Al ; 41 / ,

commander. The area comprisesall ; 7 a .o
Legion: Posts and Units from I Q pIlttt

Vcro Beach to Key West. t News fit odds ?l.
The delegation from Key West I -N 9' Oxfords, loafers, Sandals, "Flats":
Toys Sundries; J t
will leave District Saturday Commander morning. "tilIlt! : and Dressy Strap Sandals and /'II/M/

They Vance are C. Stirrup. District! Ad- (&) Wirephoto 1 The HOBBY SHOP In Such Good Names as SUNDIAL ROBIN HOOD: PETERS.:

jutant Robert Daniels Post Com RESCUE WORKERS REMOVE THE BODY OF /VICTIM from King's mine near Princeton. I I """ 'i, BONNIE LADDY. CORRECTIVE ARCH. WEATHERBIRDS.
mander George Allen Warren, Ind. in which an explosion killed 14 men and injured four: others 1105 Division Street Phone 9 I PLEASURE FOOT and ENDICOTT JOHNSON
Paul L. *
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Open Sun..8 A.M. to Nom 22%

Bob from Saunders.Auxiliary: Unit Representatives No. 28- Calendar Of Evcnls Is r f.in Scholars the island believe of Kyushu the Japanese''came r UII IUIIIII"'lIIlllnl"llmlI"mIlllllllllmnrt "' I Palm Beach* New Shipment of nOT

will be Mrs.! Paul W mmenaucr. (into possession of the Chinese :

president: Miss Mrs.Gretna Naomi McClain.Hjort To Be Set ; (;)Chamber'A ''written characters centuries before t PANTS eSIHKTS and

past past president president: : Mrs Dorothv Up IJy 'the birth of Christ..J r Jn UNDERWEAR

TVmicls. secretary: Mn Claudia ,public events eulcnuar. spin 1sored r These are-the slacks to many champion fV (;II IlrPII'clwol Dresses

Waller, first: vice president: Mrs. by the Key West ] : I k of cpofte wear. They h .. 1600 "epea
Fred J. Dion Mrs. Edwina War- Chamhcfl'
Commerce, will be Farmers' Planes window."per tack that, l Jet air in to
and Mrs. Lulu McClintock.The
sessions wilt I IK held at the t benefit of churches, schools,] cool yon oil. Special Reduction On All

Home of William C. Morris Post civic clubs and organizations it)' Cut Power Lines They are full cat comtprtabl loo? F r
entertainment features waving-(mart looking: and wuhable.
No. 36. Many has been announced today. < SummerDRESSES
have been planned for the Get a pair or two for .p m or casual
The purpose of the calendar, TWIN FALLS Idaho-
- Anew Jaf
visiting Legionnaires:: and Aux- which will be posted in the, menace to electric] power f r wear fine color ealectio L _

iliary members chamber's office, is to eliminate lines in rural areas is...the air RackSILK
On Monday evening District conflicting dates of social events plane. e $8.75LEWINSKY'S Oiu

Commander Stirrup will install to which the public is invited. laaho Power Company-Division:
the officers of the recentlv-or- Organizations are invited to call Manager Ralph W. Carpenter re- .. t DRESSESVALUES
ganized Eastern Air Lines Post. the chamber prior to their-:;setting.a ports that low-flying planes engaged -
The installation will bo conduct a date for a public function to inquire -' in dusting growing crops
at the Han'ev W. Seeds Post whether another local ;Jiave cut lines +d 19l '
I group power five times 1 Metfa: Shop $5 00
Home, 6600 Biscayne Blvd. t
has set the same date for a sim- this season. TO 517.00 .
Her affair. I j 526 Duval StreetTELEPHONE" ,
Doe Lake In this manner it will be ACERS -
possible :
for clubs to expect larger IGGNWHEH THEY SUFFER.FROM Advance Celtics. ,,/ /
For OutingOf attendance and it will also per to '
mit the public to have the oppor- CROSS eyesyouth SEARSFall \ A GoodaD 1 t'A' t'

Local Scouts tunity of attending more than is .tune.for fun I eI ...........T.B.Nark.toe.
just one club function on the -' .
not self-pity. Help. t - --- --- -- --- ------- -
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At a meeting of district camp- nights that two or more are J.or t. loved one to normal I Yes, Canvas Awnings give
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scheduled. happiness Reconstruction : : > iif{
ing committeemen, scout com- 4 you a real sense of luxurious 4
missioners and scoutmastersheld This project i ij the outcome cf Method often successful '
} I comfort-a feeling of well. t "j
in ONE DAY.Sale
Tuesday it was decided a suggestion made by Mrs. Rsg- < professional treatment: 6000 successes. being that defies sun and Are Invited To Attend Ii!
that the local Scouts would go to gie Pritchard, who pointed out' Came In Today ,
that last the BooIIIET.ntk FULL .. : beau There are so many fabric ,
Doe Lake Camp for their annual one evening year FREE Isfamaa. j
this No*Pistil' tatit.tiM WiilcCIOSS the Gnla l Re-Opening; of the
outing. Hospital Auxiliary had inadvertently designs to choose from
Commissioner Archie Potter scheduled a benefit on the I, IT! FOUNDATION Shop for All Your Needs- I in colorful woven stripes or

who has just returned from an I same night that two other organs] .0*CIAHAM IDGJA (SOWVU..ROttOA It's Easy.to Use Our Convenient painted stripes that your TRADING POST'I I I

inspection of the camp site told izations had public functions. Obviously -' Easy Payment PlanI complete satisfaction is always OLD ISLAND I
the Scouts of the facilities avail- I I attendance at all three 11:1
chic "t Due Lake. Permission to affairs was affected. 1 assured.Call us today. i UNDER THE NEW: OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF h:

use the camp was obtained by It h hoped the calendar ides ;i-iieu ] SEARS, Treat yourself to the best ? OPAL E. VAN DEURSEN
Commissioner Potter from the will work efficiently but in order : i! this summer.

scout executive of the Central to do so it will require the \ On Saturday Morning, July 31; ,
Florida Council, Orlando.A co-cper tion of all civic groups 'I"
Plan Floors : '
special meeting of all Scouts and organizations. The result Your ORDER OFFICE. -KEY WEST- (4 I .;: Clti_ test Jaeuiine Tea will I lie Served During |the Afternoon II
and their leaders has been called I derived from the operations of i i
for next Tuesday evening at 7:30: the plan will be of greatest bene* : Simonton xi Fleming Street'
themselves! Asphalt Tile : STREET !l COME IN and BRQUSE AROUND I!
o'clock in St. Mary's Parish Cen- fit to organizations 123 DUVAL
ter. At this time plans for the and to the public. ; Cork Tile PHONE 1560 CALL 1042 for Estimate I

camp will be discussed. Plastic Floor TB.Plastic : .. I -- ENJOY THE EXPERIENCE of Seeing Lovely Thing New" and Old, '
Subscribe to The Citizen.
Doe Lake Camp is located on i ,
Wall''Til* .___ of the World f'
a beautiful site in the Ocala .National !"t. --'----- -- -- From All the Corners III
BroacUftlU, I

movie.Forest The where Yearling.the"famous was .Capcllo Acoustic Wool Ceilings.Hardwood Rugs. ... Distinctive Gifts i for All Occasions and Tastes III IIIIn

filmed.and cabins is well The overlooking equipped camp has Doe with 11 Lake other large, Keys Optical Service Formica Counters.. for Table Sinks.Flooring .1FISHERMEN Wide Price Range Ill IllI

camping facilites. It is located 37 110 DUVAL STREET : We Will Your ** In Price II
Floor. Sanding and Buy I Many of Our Items Are Inexirertsire
miles southeast of Ocala. Fla. (Near Fla NatT. Bank) "
Ref shlDgs f But Is C.eaIn Quality!! .
CRAWFISH ETC.Call . Nothing
The French language grew Lensss: Accurately Duplicated ,Gates FISH. .- I

from the colloquial-Latin of Cae- Sun Glasses Floor Coverings S 569 and We Will Pick-Up Your Catch OLD ISLAND TRADING POST
sar's legions combined with Celtic 'Prescriptions Filled

Germanic and Gallic words. 1-Day Service on J. I* GATES OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY CORNER: WHTTEHEAD:. and CAROLINE STREETS KEY: WEST. FLA. dill
It was not called "French" until Single Vision Lenses Contractor PLANT "
the 11th Century when it took
its name from the small king- T. L AMY, Optician ; 925 PHONE WHITE STREET 1S9S i .3C1 CJ\1NNELL STREET at the Corner of Caroline -. .-. 1T -- : -I-- II; :
dom of France around Paris and
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