The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00211
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00211
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range country.most Key West.equable of only with Florida,14 climate an* Fahrenheit average has In. the the 'I.'..' aTb.c 1K ry ., r 5 t (!tit. I O For Best Features Associated 68 Interests Years. and- Press Photo Devoted o!. Day Key Services Wire.to West the. ,f


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NEW YORK July 31. One
:;i SCHOOL BII'UO"K\u.yrS[ [
thousand planes are at the Idle- i For Coif Club1: ) I

wild Airport on Long; Island this The Board cf Public Instruction last night approved of the
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afternoon to participate .in air: I I City Commission wilNse asked budget for 1943-49 calling for 11.5 mills to operate Monroe Count/

maneuvers and it is expected : d its meeting on Monday to pass public schools for the year.

that more than 100.000 persons !i an ordinance permitting a 30- At the same time the board heard Willard M. Albury read a
iI r i I year lease of property at the Key
will : report containing his recommendations for
walrh the demonstration. I West Golf Club on which it is improvements to the
It has been cbaacterized as the : proposed to build a new club- various schools of the county and another one recommending small

greatest air show ever held. i_ ,. ,i I !i.nnse near .No. 4 green. The club raises: for the janitorial; forces. bus drivers and clerks in the officosf
Planes representing the latest'j believes the membership will increase ihs superintendent of public instruction.

types in the country's aiiforcc : 1 i if the clubhuse Is cun- I I Superintendent Albury made the following rccomrrwrtdatisn-:::
will '(>nga e in maneuvers. Representatives :I strutted. That the School Board purchase properly in United an.l'S 'InI -

of 30 foreign nations -;I 1 ,-ft i j I *inary streets for the extension of
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at Idlewild. .. I
Chief addresses will be made i ; (A*) Wtrcphotos via Radio,ft urn! London, the Key West High School.

by vies!ljtnt: I"uman and his op- i SPECTATORS (left) streamed into England's. Wembley.Stadium at London Thursday'for the opening if the 1948 Olympiad. The I'POLITICAL BLACKMAIL"\ That the board buy properly
< nt for the presidency, Gov- alongside the Reynolds Street
pon Olympic games, first since 1939, got under way ,with the march of 5.000 of the world's top athletes into the'stadirm. Right: litre
ernor. Dewey itiiewiul, of international New York. air-.1 are members of the United States Olympic team marching into the stadium for the opening'ceremonies. Spectators watch'the procession i School on which to build an additional -
field is by far the largest in th? !I I cf; great athletes from the far corners of the world. I < building for kindergarten : -

world. Already it has cost\ $70 I __ _____. .____ ___ .. ____ ._. -"-- __ I and first grades.
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million, and by the time it is That the board place new

completed the cost: will be $200 Davis Is HENNING CASE OF BLOCKADE OF BERLIN floors in Federal Annex and supply -

million. Inquest t i the building with fchadet.

I Alo A*:>erl That Moscow* That the board repair or r le-

855 Residents i talives: of the western 'bloc of na- plare the roof on Division Street.
Recessed While A I{ TOGOTOJWWj I Leaders Conveniently School repaint the rooms paint
j j i i I lions and indicated that the
Of r Monroe\' Gel I '' the exterior and supply 100 nc.v
t Sent Mololov Away For: American, British and French i
chairs for the auditorium.

26M9: t Benefits Report( Is Sought j NIGHTFAll I Vacation % .J::! are commands determined in the to German stiffen zones their i:;of That Harris the Street board School repair use the slur roof

... .. ... the exterior wa'ls. It ,
I (fir T. A. Monroe County .residents, Suit For $75,000, Which- BERLINJuly 31 A Ger- Word was received here from. out that a new wing far
aged: blind and minors numbering I LAHOllATOKY M (U J S T : man-language newspaper, published Moscow that Ambassador Smith, the Harris Street School: must be
855. received assistance I instead of talking with Molotov! built within a few years.
Started 1 TIuir EX. in.
t1ayv About the
through Florida's welfare program MAKE: n I'WIOl1)( .\-Ir Story[ \ American zone of is in conference with a third- '' That board move to repaint

during July, .the Rev. "*cle 1 t1 l To Coins Air '| this city, said today that Moscowis ranking Russian in the foreign Marathon School.
James H. MacConnell. who i U \'IS, STOMACH: ; (HOWE[ | Shark Fishing playing a "waiting game" and office. i{I|'I. That the board rep' the roof

chairman of district 10 welfare. End TOJi II' ,|has sent off Molotov on a "con- Other information received 'of Matecumbe School and buy
board said today. TELLS I!IIS STORY' I venient from Moscow was to the effect playground equipment.That .
In the state whole assist- In Lothl Waters vacation.to. avoid his the board repair the roof
as a Case,of Fred; Hcpnin.r, whQ issuing that Russia is determined to be
ance rendered during the month Inquest into the, death of for $75.090,against Karl Oj" having a conference with Amex- "tough" at the Belgrade conference of Tavernier School and buy

remained almost unchanged re- Frank Undervvooi: -.Davis who I II Thompson dnine'bueiriess ...KeyA'est isrp-: print! .,;a.n- .1 i jean Ambassador Smith abort about traffic on JheJanube .playground equipment
fv gardi; \the .number of'cases died 'during a Tstrusglc with Jack' ry ; 'Bot theCneaCola The American- Legion !the Berlfirbfockbade.f't :: --'/- 'River. Russia said that she and BesloeT'c rCtornmendtrig the
served and amounts of money I Bot tin" CnmpAnv:in r '.The the other eight iron-curtain !wages be increased to janitors,
expended as compared with the Howe in Howe's! Marathon apart! t behalf of his son Teddy. 6.'is expected :for August has an article newspaper; also designated tions, through which the Dan-na- from 5 to 10 jer cent Albury also:

previous month, he stated.In. .: ments-early Thursday was postponed 1 to eo to the jury tonight i about "King of the Shark Fisher- Moscow's action as "political ube flows, will offer a proposal recommended that the board ap-
the three major categories > indefinitely yesterday The suit has been in Circuit men1; Ray Knopp, and his meth- blackmail." It added that Mos- about control of te river to Allies prove of an appropriation of

served by the State Welfare white the jury awaits a report of Court since; Thursday. Judge of catching sharks. 1 t. cow is talking in riddles in an : and !that they can take it or $2,500 for the Monroe County
Board. 102,678 persons received Ro--s Williams of Miami is presiding attempt to confuse the represenAIRCONDITION- leave itliminary Public Health Clinic. .
assistance totalling: 3065367. the Mate laboratory at Jackson in the absence of Judge This article was written by S. i -- __ c_ Proposed expenditures includ-
Those recipients included 40.8iO ville. Aouilino Lopez, Jr. Robert Russell, otherwise known ing instructional salaries debt

Children in 16,604 homes, where J The laboratory now has the This 'morning Dr. William D. to his Key :West friends as Bob I IGH---1 services, other expenses and reserves -

aid to dependent children grants I stomach taken from Davis' body Tramp* w chemical engineer of. and i is illustrated with pictures of $561,471.82 were approved -
had been approved. The over-all New York and Sarasota at- board
was taken when the adoptedthe
the author.
increase in money expenditures by Dr. Edward Gonzalez duringan tacked bv 'Attorn w Honrv H. by budget as submitted by Superintendent
amounted to .95 pcucent.; while I autopsy performed Thursday:: Tarter -Tr. "nV. of the plaintiffs Shark fishermen have long I SCHOOL AUDITORIUM I I Albury.

the increase in number of cases ni hand it has been asked what counsel, on the ground that he had "forced" vacations due. to The total receipts of $166,243.
amounted to .87 per cent over contentsof knew he was testifying f"'r thc the shark's propensity- "d 3- 9 and a cash balance on hand!
I the! ause of the bloody (
the preceding month of June. the. defendant. when yesterday the appearing" from Florida watersin I IS PROPOSED TO CIA I 1.1 ,$05.223.63! were also accepted:
Increased living costs and decreased .organ man declared that he did not the winter. Knopp had an idea ; by the board.Proposes.
employment continue to Meanwhile Howe has been released know whether he was; *o appear of where they could be found in t'I

.Joe the major factors responsible;;; I froin'County Jail when he for the-plaintiff or the Hecfnse. winter-50 to 100 fathoms down I School Hoard Asks" Civic t
for the increases it was explained. I posted bond. of $500 for his appearance Taylor read from a I letter Dr. -and the story of his determination I I Change
I before the jury as a Turner had received: from a man to prove his theory is true, Groups) To Join In (Plan; ; survey for, the purposeof
The monthly figures do not i material witness. He had been II {: -C-O V E R N-0 Rcol. Frank **'hr hired him: io come to Kev to the seamen's tradition of ascertaining whether a thor- For Nomination
show Rev. MacConnell pointed II I held in County Jail for 24 hours; I. low l Icy. a native of Hampton. i West and testify in the case and courage and ingenuity. CIA Has Very Busy Ses- ough investigation of the
out the number of-persons receiving -I while the jury investigated Davis N. J.. is the United Stairs military I! showed where the letter specific Knopp proved his point possibilities I
social services of various death. governor of Berlin. ally st9ted that the expert: was through backbreaking; work and tiou of combining the governments I Of U.S. Presidents
kinds which are performed each II Before the jury recessedHowe I II le I mine hereto give testimony for earned his title "King of the of Monroe County and the i i I
month by welfare visitors and was called to the stand. j jHe the defense. Shark Fishermen." I The Civic Improvement Association : City of Key West would be ben
I II II I Sniatliers
other'members of the staffs.In l described the fight after j,| Australian Costs Yp terdav Dr. Turner m>" *c ti- at its meeting last nightin eficial to the taxpayers."The Representative of this congressional George) district

Monroe: County 483 aged which Davis died. lie said he]',I i lied that the bottle from which a I Monroe County Courthouse preliminary survey has 1 I has introduced a resolution in
persons received $18.612; 314 de- had with Davis after !! I piece' of elp: s is aliened to have Domenech Infant heard developed sufficient information
grappled I Rising Sharply from the Board of Pulic the house that provides for a
pendent minor children whose I I Davis had struck him. They I j I destroyed the sight of little Ted- I Instruction that there is a movement cast this time to indicate the necessity constitutional amendment that

parent or perents were unable I'|I! fell to the floor in a clinch. I II I II'I I dy's left ,eye. had been: fractured. Died Yesterday! on foot to air-condition the for the accumulation of I I would chanee the way of norm
to provide their needs received'I| "Frank we have been friends :i SYDNEY-- I I
$5,463; and 57 blind persons re-1 like : Australia ; t under the lin of the : rive at the :
too Ions to begin acting :j ; are on the way up. lug cap. School. correct conclusion. It\j I dates and for changing the ute
ceived. $2,244.Everybody !j I! Howe said he said to Da5 The tlimb Dr. Turner said under direct Patricia Ann Domenech. infant I$ i is clearly indiated that the sub-
i this:* has become: sJccperii of daughter!: of Mr. and Mrs. JosephA. The School Board asked the j I toral system of electing them.
5 vis. "If I let you up will you I i the past few months. Recent examination the fragments that of the his bottle study had menech.. died yesterday in I asociation to get: back of the it ject cannot is of be such importance that I I The resolution provides far
stop? i increases have been marie in the movement and announced that it by any organization their nomination at primanco.I : .
the Key Wet Hospital.i I I
reveal! that the fracture of Municipal
Gets RestThe was
Howe civic
answer. having improve- and!
a did not :
Davis conventions
fixed'maximum prices of beef and short Funeral services will be held would double any amount the I I instead of at
duration. :
the! ment in mind."Information.
poor printer who sets up said. Then Howe walked to back mutton eggs, butter, cheese TDorpne Dawr-on. 15" e"rl-r tr "this afternoon .in the chapel of I various civic organizations inj\! I for voting directly for presidentand
these blurbs the long-suffering bathroom. When he him carte that Davis I chocolate cocoa tobacco and !I tifiod how the bottle had enne: off the Lopez Funeral Home. Burial the, city donated toward the air- ; is requested as vice president
public that eats our food and his wife had told soap. Rim! also weer permitted in the hands of the little hoy as will be in tho. Catholic Cemetery conditioning project No action to whether at this time the or-
the overworked cashier who was dead. testified ;; in the prices for: gasoline and diesel she) looked right at him. She was : I was taken by the association.The j! ganization!: of which you are the Suit Filed Over
rings up the dough That's impossible, Howe (r nil. Fares also have gone up. I certain the bottle hart not snick Rev. F. J. Kn -* <>r SL Mark's association framed a head will lend its prestige and
WE CLOSE FOR THE he said. j 4 I Most increase have been'i any object just before it blew Star of the Sea Catholic Church, letter to be sent to each civic or- mora support to a movement on I I
SUMMER SUNDAY Then he helped turn Davis: around 10 percent Price ceilings j up- will officiate. I ganization in Key West in ref- the part of the Civic 4 Lots By CurryA :
who weighed 245 pounds over ; recently were taken off lamb I j ji ment Association or Improve-I
NIGHTIIWEAVER'S!! | Mn Fred Hennin, noJhor of Survivor* i include thc parents erence to the proposal of com-
and started to give him artificialreni which now is about 25 percent ;: Mr and Mrs. Josrph A. Dam-s I organization to carry
I Teddv.. testified she had obtained I bining the governments of the inves-I suit was filed yesterday in
ration. | dearer than this Fresh tigation further.
early year. (the I botle in question from the enech: grandnarents.; Mr. and city and the county. Circuit Court by T. Jenkin
Mrs. Howe, who was an veri-eyewitness vegetables .not subject to price i i I bottling company in a cae which Mrs.! Manuel ,Dnmnp.-h. Sr. and The letter will state: \j j Assuming that your organiza- i Curry of Rock Harbor again t
OF tlOURSKU: ; to the husband altercation had said. I control, are the dearest Sydneycan j (Continued On Page Eight) MnH M lore Whitaker; a I I The Civic Improvement As- :! tion is interested and in order to; the First National Bank of Mi-

fi-d what her had Davis remember. Fresh cents, string | brother and sister. I j sedation has undertaken a prei \:j accomplish the best results, it is ; ami in which he asks tbi-t the
husband beans
She said her cost up tq 40 US a I Ii 1- ':
suggested that a committee of !: of four lots on Key
When Davis; _.._ ownership
head in his left arm. i po-ind pas almost as much. j -
revive she noticed him : The Sydney housewife estimates l' one or more members who may Largo be declared his.
would turning not blue. She said she shouted that food costs for a family -' Best Paint Sold Pa l c Theater For Sale I Ibe I interested on one side or the:i The petition filed by :Attorney,
For Sale of this be th'
to her husband that Davis of four rose between $2.45: and j ji I j I proposition ap- 'John G. Sawyer charges -
OUTPOST'STRUN pointed with the lots :
Rl1IWEST to cooperate ownership of the were
i $3.25 a week in the first .six 1S46 ROYAL CHRYSLER-
*37 Plymouth Coupe was CoL dead.Robert Pelham a neighbor months of 1948.TICKET. I [ LUMIIEK YARD HelidnEddr; and toot Massey in ,4-Door- $1&k00 Civic Improvement Association transferred under the Murph-:
,' with the object of arriving at the I Act and that Curry acquired
TELEPHONE 816 and .
47 Studebaker of the two families at Marathon NEWS, SHORTS Very "
:PIIO a.1:4- r best solution of the problem. i them later.
4-Door-CHAMPION told of hearing sobbing in -w I __ 1342 PLYMOUTH CLUB :I
Studebaker the Howe apartment. lie told OFFICE COUPE Beau. $( ?OO -
of Davis coming into the apart- tiful Paint .. . JjvIS41
2.Door-CHAMPION ment while he was there and he ALL AIRLINES H. K. MOORE M. D. PLYMOUTH CONVERTIBLE Motor TiuiC'Up & Masonic NoticeS
'49 Studebaker'ITon described Davis' condition as an .
i PRICE TOURS .S1095 cf
insane General Communication
TRUCK person. Radio. . Repairs
------U 41. -...-i. Announces the Anchor Lodge No. 112. F. &
'49 SludebakerTon 1S41 HUDSON CONVER- ON ALL CARS A-M-Monday August 2. 1341.

%- TRUCK FOR SALE FOR SALE! Closing Of His 'OFfice TIBLEOO : at B:00 PMConferring
'48 Chevrolet. 4Dr. ( MIAMI KEY WEST ; 1 Bargain .. ;) F.C. Degree.
Slf'Sedan. )
All Work Guaranteed
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Twins Garage : .Very Clean.Radio ;) BARGE LINE. Inc. I For Four Weeks ''I 1941 FORD CONVERTIBLE e All members and sojourn

47 Plymouth dub Cpe. 1 OQJOnly CLYDE-MALLORY .DOCKS Good" 8995NAVARRO axe invited to be present.
Tour Friendly 7.000 Miles.Radio .107 J FROM THURSDAY. JULY 23. Buy. . fir order of:
Monroe Inc.
Studebaker Dealer" '' I While He /* Away Engaged In A Four-Wtek : AUSTIN ROBERTS.
1130 DUVAL STREET ( NAVARRO Inc Next Barge LearfItntn Pott-Graduate Study at Harvard.Unirersiy Inc Tour FriebdJyTord Dealer GERALD H. ADAMS. W.M.

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Published Dally Except: 8on4ar. by [ DESERT
I.. P. AIITM. Owner and P.bilab.tORL4S Regardless of how old a con game ''lDANCE ON AOTI4IOP.,.... .. ..l\TI-\TIO\' WAKE. .
IX. ARM IN. II.....*. Manage ....................... n \TIOPrubal \ It'll PIAI.tl5ii
From The Citizen Building may be, somebody eventually falls for it. i ( Law titol-mil:

Corner Green and Ant Street That l letter-writing whereinthe By Florence Theel IN 'r...: till RT OP Till-: OI\Tr *
-. Only Dally Newspaper In Key West and game, PROGRAMS i1\ JIIX.IlONHOr: CUl'NTt.

Monroe County writer will tell you where, large sum 1 Eastern Local Time. For'central 't Zc; _. .. A* NewifeatvresChcpter !"T'.'TIIn Ti:.: OK a-i.ornut. IN PHOM -
irtred at Key Weet. Florida aa second elaaa matter "is OB died provided he is able to get out of subtract subtract two one hours.hour Some for mountan local ata re the Estate of

:-- ASSOCIATE! PKK3STh I tions change hour of relay t. fit 29 rant! horn In on any daytime] Bert smiled at her slyly. "You A4.I.T nAil: .'n.FIt.l
JlIJll! ER OF TIIK prison, which will] cost the icceivor of the >>er exclusively entitled to local schedules. Last minute program proposition. And when you bringl'ony's ]mean you're going up to seewhat's :
la ,
Aeaocialttd PrPna
Gloria. Bart::: hurried to ToAHTii.ia It
cannot be included. May; Concern:
as* for reproduction of all news dUpatchea credited letter money, had a pretty long beard CO "TJTII real estate office. cooking right into town- what between Eileen and NotIce Is 1.erel.y gien tbst I .,
this and : in Mr. Halliday. and why don't I :
credited In paper dividends
to It or not otherwise well, the are already go have filed m> final report av Ad ,'
at l.o the local new published here. years ago, but it is still being used today. SATURDAY JULY 31 t "Here's the one who sewed the bag. if I'm any kind of see. too. Isn't that it. Mother?" mlniMrator c.'. T. A. l>. U. ,"l. of the

uo those two pro erties" .Mr. prophet."_ Mrs. McLane blushed. "My sons :estate uf ha.t" O Zalr KikT de- v
.uD"-.nl..IO HATES News from Miami that residents of ,
comes -
reaped ,
OIta Tear __"._" ___ _.._ .-..-.__-_$1S.Gli Evening d' Ia11ey. "It's going to be a night-spot always were too smart for me. I lion for final I I '.have' filed, my p-ll- V I
_,___ ___ .. .eo that have received'copies of such' i;DO-Horse Racing-tihc ,i iNe I, stared. Gloria cold We're to give Well IscUarife: and tiua
1 Month u I'Ti city a ..-ccasl V.very Pay- 6s '] O'Malley ;t too. Pepper. going : I guess. are you coming with ; 1 xv ill the Honorable Ka: -
' *&*.. .A1o! >ntb. _-- -.-.-. --- iee letter and Westers Net worn'MMRK.; Tnnc-ato ,ly. For Blackcy Daf &.1 presumeUasn't Davis competition-right in his me?" i t( mond tPIi.r: ' ne Month -- -'-'---- --- probably Key will re I :Monroe Comity, .
Dance TimenrU4 astTaice he ? Florida b h
.n t- pulled tncugh low own territory. v '
\ __.___:_L_ Tve got more important thingsto Itlb
.sly ceive it shortly. .OuetrOba-we& tricks already ; '. "That's the ticket fella! Tell day GI Au uOf.- Ut*, for .Ppmtal -
J do at our new location. There .. ,
: -Art of.Living-nb*. ;: '_ same and for final di ;
ADVERTISING RATES The Miamians did "bite" and To Announce4--ci. *'f 'I i I Bert laushfed. '""Miss deSylvla's the boys Fm coming out tonightto hadn't been any word at all from charge an .\dmloL r.lor ,'. T "'.
Made Known on Application not : Profits ct J'ra1er-abe 1 I on pur side 'O"Malley.She's: get their army citations. Eileen and stubbornly, he hadn't ., l>. Ii.: N. uf the estate of Itevoult
Welters in the *.30-Sutnirer Symphony-;-nN- I I the with "What do you want that for. Lair Flier dervMxed. on thin I4ih
SPECIAL NOTICE! Key event they get a _copy ; I singer our band day of July, 1948.
Red Barter Snorts-cba ;- Nobody's interested in
All reading notices, earda of thank resolutions Harry Winner Sports-aba ."Well) well! Glad \Q meet you. Pepper : '"Well, if things really are over hdt CIIARI.IR.. FILER.
etc. will beiLamed of the letter should make it a point not to stuff-now. _
notices war .
ft reipecu obituary poems Artminis'raior .
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line. I lance af'iemb.ut Seems you and I had the same between you Bert, it's really your A. U. K. V
for at the rate of 10 cent a The winked knowingly. .
be in mood.A True or uitbe--aiLawtst> there reporter of the entile ...r'UI'LT
which nibbling idea first.
from .
churches a only }
Notices: for entertainment by I' you got "A lot of stationed downat own doing. I P.\\ ZA1R FILER.
ConunntarycbaJack guys
Z revenue Citizen is to be Is derived an open are forum i cent and a line.The Invites.' dUurslrn strain in human nature makes 5:45-News Beau and Comment: -abc "Pretty smart ga], isn't she?" -the air field get awfully tiredof Bert eyed her shrewdly "Okay, deeraad.1u114Mau5.it.i9i.
his around her it Mom.
put arm spill What have been $
of public iaau.a and aubjecla' of local or lOO-St Louis Opera-cba army chow.? you
.general Interest but It will Dot publish anonjrmoua practically all of us ready to try to get Challenge Yukon. -sbo"Hawaii shoulder proudly. "Now' if I can Bert grasped Pepper's hand. holding back?"
Calls Musicians-robs only figure out a to "I've been writing to Eileen
couimuntratloba.MEMBER way swing !" .
"Boy you're a pal :
sure '
something'; for nothing or a large amount 7:30-Curtain Time Drama-nW the, rent on one of these placesGloria's Bert. And it was just the way I IN THE ClItrilT CO HT 0..' TIIKl
"Fm not forgetting night .. '
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Srenadecbavamoul KINI ii
VIe Damon ( IHCIIT
for a small)) sum put up in speculation. One Jnrjr Trials-alx?- -.I got cinched for" us, we'restill you opened at the Hacienda thought-she saw you holding. I, or Tin !VTITI OP FI.OHIU. INNII
same ot Song Quiz-inba*. a going concern. Pepper turned to Mr. O'Malley. Gloria in your arms." : _% Poll MONIinK 4'01"NT*. INII4NI -
: would think that a minister of the gospel 7:4S-J1. Carmichael Song-cba- O'MsJley said. with fatherly atfection "llaybe you don't know. Pan,. but Again anger swept over him S 'Mil.la .
8.0O-Geo. Olcen MuMc-nbe t "I listen to this lad. Miss that Eileen had gone away with- : >. N*. 1I-:>4r.
would have fortitude to resist such a temptation for the first hour or so. I was i
inLDUl also known
@ 1948 Sins Ross It Dolan train Detects Quiz--cb9 aba deSylvia, and it's like hearing my their .only guest-non-paying at out even giving him- a chance to nol..rt. Satin, et al.. aIllldah ;

yet, 25 yenrs ago, when the realty I Twenty Questions Quix-raba own son who was lost in the war. thzt-and! those guys put on a explain. Plaintiff. I blOT TO

: boom in Florida was moving toward its .: -Hollywood Hone Race-aba My boy had" the same: kind. of floor show, just for inc." "It's too bad she didn't see how vs. QilirrTH' .
pluck too. Blackey nearly broke the ALKX4NDER: RonF.RTS. not
S.30-Olympics: Broadcast-ttbtr. O'Malley nodded. "That kind of poor
.. peak, a Key West banker had all he could Amazing Stop Me.II Gag atone Show-mb.-abc .* He get up. reached for his spirit's bound to succeed any- girl's wrist, too," he said and left el known am I*. to be dead or alive
shapeless "I'm the table.
: takingyou
panama. where-and I'm slouch of
no efendantt
do, in the line of reason' to convince a t:00-.Hit Amsterdam Parade. Show inatra.nbcr. -cbit- over to my bank to meet Mr. prophet myself." But his anger quickly burned "lYI-lti: TO _,PPEIlix

: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST minister who came to the bank, that racetrack any; Buster Drama -abc Wetherall. the manager. We play "You won't let any of this out itself out when he reached his ;i THE N."IU" THE
Three for Money Quix-rabs chess together every week and-" till the time will room. He sat down and began STATE OF lLORIDAAlexander
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN touts were on his trail. 1:3Q-"an.You Tbls'nbekit :. comes you. letter He made TO: Robert not known -
: Top O'Malley chuckled- "I have ,an PeppertBen asked anxiously. to her. half a i
lie dead alive.The
The minister explained that he was !Fays My to Be Name lpniornt: abc-4 cts.Vthati ,, idea he respects my judgment. "Not me. brother! But I'm going dozen starts at least.Then he tore I to or ;
> Apparently the bank them all and threw them into unknown of the -
10:0u-Radio City Playhouse-obc manager to break the news to Blackey up "POUH
1. More Hotels and Apartments. assured of winning $20,000 on 3 race in 1....t>.)Dance A merica- ba did:For after a half hour's:conversation .- tnyself, when the dears all set." the waste basket. raid Alexander RobertS it he
Musical Etchings-abc he had agreed: I He didn't know that his mother l IB alive and married;
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. a Gloria approved the wording of
3. Airports-Land and Sea. Havana if he put up $3,500and e. wmt 'Chicago Grand Theater-mba Ole Opry-nbe I term loan td': Bert .at. a fair- .inter-" the Hacienda't final wntcup: had also been in touch with Mr. J Itora \\'olr. not known In be
of and to the bank to arrange to have that money Hayloft Hoedown-abc'. est rate. "Owing to the sudden sale of the Halliday and that Eileen was now i' dead or alive! -.. J
.., 4. Consolidation County -ariet7-1lbe Bert hurried back to the Hacienda Bert McLane and his helping him on the Marylanders'committee !
11.00-New* &
City Governments. sent to him from his "hometown bank. But ._ews. Variety. 2 hrs.-cbs: .Hacienda to break the good news Alvarado Merry Makers will play ; that he was seeing : The unknown spouse of the

.: 5. Community Auditorium. i he was talked out of' doing so foolish] a tN.wsand' Krackin'-mbS Dane Hour ftbp t2 to'tjie: ; b?y .was.wprth: ; all:th6 at their last roundup on Saturday quite a lot of her. : raid married iHirailf, if the Is aliveand
I < 'J ;
jjK jrn
been i He his
worryhe'd through to see' December 12.? only thought, doubting '
... I thing, and later returned to the bank to 1lgO*I-DancIne pance BalM""Continued: Shows'! -J nl c-west. '" '"lm;: -jov'' Pete's eyes pop open I -"This will make Blackey gloat affection for Eileen for the first L. .\. Wolf, not, -known to J e ill

thank the banker for his sound advice. Mf: : when Gloria'walked in with him.I IC all right. But I'd give anythingto time. "If she's getting along all lead or alive: .

.... . C 'Assured now, of financial back. see his face when he finds right up there in Los Angeles of the

.. Cupidity\ the impelling force that 4, Ing.' Eddy and Tony jumped at you're opening up another place. with Paul l. that's" certainly all ] _The!I.! U unknown A. ".....r.spouse: i* he Ii Bli\e |

MONOGRAPHFuller sometimes I NETWORK\ PROGRAMS the proposition to open an all- right under his nose." right with me. and married.Rernardo :
makes us throw reason to the Eastern Local'Time. Per'central -I. day restaurant business in the "Forget about Blackey! Bert After all. she had walked out

': Warren, winds and risk money and loose it. Incidentally I subtract one hour for mountain heart of the resort. said. "From now on, he's an on him. and now he owed everything I ,.' Wolf not known to
Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee, subtract two hours. Some local stations "Sure-v.e serve three meals a emoty cartridge.? to Gloria-practically. all .1-jd or alite.The ;
the same banker remarked thatit I change hour of relay tofit I'm-a used and the success they'd had here in the '
I local schedules. Last minute- pro. day: like ; to. well The cash register showed Its unknown; spouse of the
Somewhere in Florida. was cupidity that brought about the ... changes cannot be eluded. t make three times so much money biggest take when the Hacienda Hacienda and certainly-through -aid) Iternardn Wolf. Is lie
_! is what I say." Tony stated en finally closed its doors. As they her loyalty and ingenuity-all the I Is alive and married;
Dt-ar Fuller: crash in the Florida real estate boom.If thusiastically. success that lay before them at
SUNDAY, AUGUST 1 -_,_ all sat around having sandwichesand The unknown b.lrlr devisee I''
Old timers in Key West recall when coffee before turning in for the new place in town. legate.i. or grantees of the I

Afternoon pEPPER SHAYNE, the reporter, the last time. Mrs. McLane said, "I guess Mom's really right at j raid:

j goats ran in our streets and interfered : you look into the history of the 1.CO-America United. Talks-nbo. gave them hearty congratulations. "I'm going up to Los Angeles tomorrow that: Things do happen for the I Alexander Roberts;
To Be Announced-cbs best if we keep our hands off and l'
that to how everything'sgetting
with traffic. But we outgrew phaseof human race you will he surprised at the bam Pettingill Taik-abc.bazla!. see just let them!" j lx>ra W''.lf; t!
To Be Announced-mbs I "You've sure turned the tables along at the boardine .

goat freedom many years ago. We habits of your ancestors. 1:15-Editor at Home-abc t J on Blackey Davis this time. He house. Why don't you come toot" -- .(Tv be continued I I.. ,\. \\'olf;

agree with you that Florida is sufficiently 1.30 Th-Chicago Music. Cos Koundtable-mbs-baslc-nbc -- -- .. -- I 40rna rd.nft..

grown-up to stop livestock from If you have to work a week in orderto Tell National It Again..Vespers Drama-abc.-cbs LEGALS if any of the nald Inlll..14I1al.na It'

.: roaming on her highways. get away for a vacation, and then 20D--ttbst Ln1.unportry' 'Piano Music Quartet4iL0Pttum -mbs m.... be dead

.. I'TII..: riHCHT Col-HT OK. TJlF.1 All persona having: or claiming II,
I .salternent-ctl
: TIlE ORACLE. another week when you come back to W 4f'ArQ'In4' \Vorld-abq' .-.e.n KIII j i IMII"i. .. ( any interest in the followingdenrrllwd ,IT
OP Till KTITK land, altnate. Ijinif
Mr ortaa Show-i-mba .
catch up, you might as well forget about 2:3 Resell'Nflt4neertnbS.. ob& iAMI roi MOMIOI: ('tll and being in Monroe. Count), J
__ : f I 536C 1 3691OODDDi IN <'u%\'t-ltt. ttate of ,.Florida bull:
: v3cation. .tew (Itnii.fitara--cba it: ,
vacation. Unless you get a with \> ; : Ia.e ,,e. 1..11: q

"BUTTON BUTTON WHO'S GOT 'ete 11 a : JOHN WH.I.AIil TrilSKR.I'lainllff.. ::0. '..
eftS. .
Pay! ;ll ; ',)fi: on the Inland of K.VW
: TilE BUTTON ?" 2:4 U; WdlL, ; -t! i 'v: ,' TI. uitourt: >M. and known ..William
I: I MARY VICTORIA (.%VnNSI : A Whltehead mJp delineated

"PRINCES AND PRINCESSES" &Ne"' 1... flrcdwsfldlrtttb.. .!.IIIJ.t... li ."; 1oi ''i.. I I Tl'KNKK.: iH-frnJant. In February, A. D 1S2*. an t, \
\ Olllll-ll. OP PI HI MTIO\ Part of l. Two S ,
1..1 < ) Square
: Likely you know who's got the but- .. A'' :M "/_; s -... -4. TO; Vl.-i.iria I :; mfns,.Turner. i Forty-eight < H) fommrncin -
.M- agir .
., .... S:15-AntecLaaa AI- Str-... at a" poinT: ..nibe *.PuthsesI -
tonVell, we're here to tell you that Smart-alec newspapeawrite'rs and S3..taflS. : / Family-BW */ /- :NausSiliek. ..nn..t\.ut.\ tcrly side r.f Fleming; Street
.- : Treasury Band-aOoUfa You are hrl>y r"- iuir* l to app distant III.C feet MxHhHeslrr. *
shoes have this Fall. Ladies shoes, we radio commentators! are already 1 Diking perlTirfcMS*-mbs, <-ar to the P.ill f-.r Divorce riled l> from the corner. of the Inter *
'aoJCois KM .jfoe lleIlY-libo against you in the above MjU! .ecllon of Fleming. Street and :i.
mean. about uAlter) ca's Crown PAHCI, and Cal-Tmney htik: -abc cause on or In-fore' the 17th day ofAuguM. William Street; and running -
House of Mystery-mba ; otherwIse the :
A1) 148 thence along the line of FIrmh -
Remember that old game Crown Princesses. ," by which term they 4:19-Johnny Thompson Hone-aba 1' allegatior r<..nt..'i!-1 herein wilt ing Street in a Southwesterly ,;

4:3o-New* living 194S-nb lx taken a" confcsse4.ih.ne direction (C CI feel; thence
the of advanced ;
: For from pictures refer to the children of GovernoVs Tom I IMke I Stifle-kUsJe. -cbs and <.r....r.-.. at Key \Vesl. with a deflection angle of )5 rn
it looks like women's footwear i is IItQII'H..eordsabel/ Florida thin ISIh day of July. to the left and In a Southeasterly -
: styles, of New York and I .
Dewey Earl Warren, Detective_ M5aterles-mb A 1> 1S48 $'$5 (set. '
going to be adorned with plenty of but IOO-: tuthor'Meets Critics>-nboHytnpic ; $5,483,000,000* 2 8oDoat-; (fimiit tourteaI thence with 01erl':' ,. angle i\ .|
of California. ( / r..mes-cb. : | $ > Russ C KiwyrrClerk of 89* Hi' to the left and In
So ; Personal Autograph-abe of Circuit Court a Northeasterly direction Ci.S7
tons. dig out antique, the shoe buU
Assuming: that the Republicans will Under Arrest Drama-mba I fly: (sd) Anne ('. Lx>ng orth.I feet; thence with a deflection,.
: toner. It'll see good use soon. 5:15-Orchestra Show-cbs; I, Ifc-i.uty Clerk. angle of 'I-) %e' to the left end
win the Presidential election the word- .
:38-1'0 Be Announced-nbo WILLIAM v Ai.rrnv. I in a Snr.hw."t.rly direction' \
Women's fashions are right interest* St. Louis Matinee\ -cbs: I{ Attorney for I'lalntlff I 187.T feet to the point of beginning -
writers talk of "RoyalFamilies" IRECEWING PAYING .
crazy Counter Spy Drama-abe ... jlyli-Zl.31Aug7.Un
ing. Make for conversation. What silence and I What Mak s You Tick-mis : : : I Yon are hereby required to file
such nonsence. I .. ::G\L": wrnn your appearance on the Cth day of

,;: there would be if subject matter had to Nothing is gained the Evening I I Notice' Is hereby given that the 1 I September. A. I). 1S4S. In the! above .:;- -
by publication (.00-Catholic Radio. Service-nbo registration I book will i l he open in j| styled cause now pending In the
: depend on the latest color scheme of men's of such junk and there be Americans The Family Time-cbsNew f the 01 lice of the Supervisor of Reg- 'Circuit I 4-ourt of the Kleventh Judicial
may abc Circuit the Slate of Florl -
: Comment- i ration at the County Court of
clothing-or what designers had done to foolish enough to believe that there i is Those Webster Skit-mbs : House K.J'"t.. FloridaCom- l ,\. in and for Monroe Countv: in4nancery
5:15-New. Summary-abe '! mencing Mondav the 2nd Slav of wherein Illldah Sails,
the cut of trousers-or what height of I will l b.. also known all Illldah Robert Sail -
something to the phrases beside filling upa 6.30 Hollywood Preview-nbc AUKUU. A. H. 194%, openuntil
heels men would around in Summer Guest Concert-cbs: and Including the Slh day of and other are plaintiff and
trip next sea- lot of space and time. Moreover the Earl Godwin Talk-abe 1 October A. D 11411, For the the above named parties and other
I..Jr-1 defendants' and In default *
son. Nick Carter. Detective-mbs >... of registering qualified are
youngsters concerned should be given a 1:4 -To Be Announced-abc I.il torn for the coning general of such Appearance, a |>ecre* ProConfesno ,

We leave it to the women-folk to follow 7.00-Let's- Talk HoMvwood! -nba lion. In be held on the tfcd Day of: .... will" be entered. against
fair opportunity to develop their lives normally The Gene Autry fchow- b. ..... I). 104! *. Office henrs' 1' .
vogue. At today's prices it's a certainty I Lay Adnnture-abe 71IE FV BIG3.&ST LS FElJEJ1AJ.; TRUST RINDS'AIl = will be"from :60 O'clock f-t: to Said cause the was Instituted of quietIng an-
without undue public attention.It Mystery Playhouse-mb* 12.00 O'clock Noon And 2i :flO aforesaid purpose: 3to
both man and wife can't travel in high 7:30-Pat O'Brien Drama-nboBlomils FOIl- OWA/NSUR4VCE'2UNEA1PLOYi1ENTon3RNL- "c\t'k\ P.1.: until 3: may do some good to recalV the experience and Dagwood cbs ROAD REllREMFNTP.'RSONNE'-J.-4! ) VE74'43'L/cE4V- I \-* and Holiday exceptcd. the following described land.
fashion. So to be gallant, we'll keep up BiU' Goodwin ComedyabcCabriel SUfiAMC -, !\ 5 0SAL EA1P.lOYE RETlREA1ENr. All Elector who registered In situate lying and being in Shcltru.Cunly. ) 'j
of the Roosevelt boys: while Heatter Show-mbsC09 IS4C or lUll and have not been disqualified Slate of Florida, to-wlt
&&&S liON TilEY ARE dulY qualifiedto On the Island of Key West,
appearances by seeing that the old suit -The Shaw Chorals-nbc GROWING by law are
their father occupied the Whitqi House. and known on William A.Whltebead'a (\
vote at the Ceneral Election' In
AdventurescbSStop *
i is pressed that, last year's shoes get a dash t : Sam Spade the Music Quiz-abc ( GOVT ESTIMATE) brJ7/TlJT'V"EINSURNKrF: E$ : November. map delineated in )tFebruary. \
They got some nice noticesfrom: the the Mediation Board-robs !, Ql'ALIFICATION'S. On. must bea A. I). 1SJ1. as part
of the old shinola to shine them up right. 8.39-RFD America Quiz-nbo citizen of the I'nited States, and of Lot Two (2>. Square Forty
writers and commentators but before it .
The Man Called X-cbs: have resided In the state of Florida eight (4X) Commencing at a
Yes, come the cool weather it looks llorlts Commentary-mbs --. amDmSsSumnmIsnauauma! : : I I for twelve Month And In the point' on the southeasterly aide
was over they got some dirty digs. Thisis ..f Fleming Street distant 111.t
Makes\ of Monroe for six months
Comment-mtt | County
.4 Kew
like the shoe j-Twin
buttoner ?
will be the wife's Naturalized. citizens must bring feet southwesterly' from the
usually what happens. .:C>>: Merry-Go-Round-nbq Key West In when corner of the 'Intersection of
best friend but we'll]] have to depend on. ,Winner" '! Comeback and running thencealoeg
the : Mission Drama-mbs Try | JOHN KNCLAND.
can of shoe polish. ar Registration. of Blec- lbs line of Fleming!
What has become of the financial ':15-Hollywood Comment-abe Days Gone ByAS |I Supervisor torn for Monroe County: Key Street In a Southwesterly direction .
:30-Album Familiar Mmtc-nba 1 ''-51 feet: thence with
experts who predicted, some'years ago Strike It Rich. Quix-cbs SZCZECIN Poland-(X)-This., Florida. JITU- I.UU a deflection angle of ,0. to the
CZECHS IN FLIGHT Superstition Dramas aboIt's TAKEN FROM FILES OF f f"I. left and In a Southeasterly direction
that the United would be -
States bankrupt a Uvinsj Show-mbs THE CITIZEN: OF Oder river port which under the ;1Rr.iT""r'RT OP TIIK !.'_(j feet. thence with

: if the national debt ever reached $100- 10.00-Take It or Leave It-nbo Germans was called Stettin is i 1 KI.I\KNTII. .I1-IJU'J.UI riKn a deflection angle of U' *i* to
Rooney'Show' -cb" JULY t
Mickey 31. 1938 the left and In a Northeasterlydirection
The IT OP TilE !TATI' : OP "' .0I -
"freedom"hich the Red Army 000,000,000? ComedY Voices of Writers Strings Show-mbs-abo, IIUUunInummwnuuuwzmBeuwwaTiuuIinuira! \ :doing a rapidly increasing busi! I HII_'. IN AND FUR MONMnn i.S7 feet thence.
: I ('ut "T'. i" Iii4IElI'. with a deflection angle of t.
has brought to Czechoslovakia is attested 10J3--"ora Heldt Show-nbaFsestp ness. Cargo loadings in the first, Case >e. ..-11"0 IV to the left and in a Northwesterly
Applications for I .
Drama Series-cb the construc- five months of 1948 totaled it t BERNARD IV. fUASKI. direction U... fret
by the flight of some of the finest citizensof Commentary on Movies-aba.Clary's tion of two the of beginning on
WHAT'S A BUREAUCRAT? Gazette-mb. I piers in Monrce coun- 1,000,000 tons. That ,, I! plaintiff t' point '
compares '
'R"F. Street.
the former ty were filed vs I>IV
Republic. today with
10.4&-We Care Drama-abe-. army with 723,000 tons loaded during I I MART JOSEPHINE! STERS PUt \ -
The latest to make his is 11:00-Xew" *: Variety :t brs,-n&e engineers in this district. One all of 1947. KI. It I I. Further. Ordered. that this
escape Gen- Senator Barkley described a "bu News. Variety. Dance 2 hr*-cbt pier is to be built in Hog Island t Defendant. Order be published one a week for
eral Antonin Hasal .News and Dance Band-abc > OF BI.ICATIO\\ four : Deputy Chief of Staff reaucrat" as a "person holding a government News.O Dance Band 2 bra.-mbs harbor off"Key Vacas and the issued 34 and .TO t : HaIlER MARY JOSEI'HI.> E TERX Keyect Citizen a newspaperhaving -
: of the Czechoslovak Army and Commander 12-00-Dancing Continued-abe wes, ,other at Tavernier. building repairingi '-I: f'LASKI.: general circulation In Monroe -
job under the Democratic party i i permits this month. at a total i i P. O Hox 374.Coleheeter County. Florida.
= of the Czechoslovak forces in the : cost of $13,890 t Connecticut DONE AND ORDERED at Key "
the believe should be
Republicans this
West. Monroe County. Florida
Yozr John I IT.... are hereby required to appear -
West. As military aid to the President and I HoroscopeSATURDAY. England announced today to the IJill of Complaint for II$ 2Jrd day of July. A. D. 141.
removed from office that Republican | '
so a that
registration books will Members of the .federal writerS -1 divorce in the. above styled raue.ion Circuit CourtSeal

senior ranking Army officer the General I might Jret his iob. JJLY 31, 1948. be open tomorrow and will be project under WPA, said to-. i or before the 10th day of AaT-: Clerk) of the ROM Circuit C Sawyer Court _';::1'
In this nature spirituality ig add- I A. I>. 1548. otherwise the alle-
outranked even the Minister of War. Senator of Virginia believes t. kept open daily till the latter t day that they are on the point j UKt.cations therein will lie taken a* I Monroe County. Florida..
Byrd ed the benign influences of th ,
:! r.Sawyer
... part of October for the November -; cf completing an illustrated guide!, j confeimed. By: Florence .
The flight of General Hasal is taken that "bureaucrats" should be fired week and the rise in fortune will 8 election. Thin Order la to be published Deputy ra.1t.SoUrUor
many of Key West.Cleveland I W CTRRT HARRIS.
.. to mean that there is considerable dissatisfaction and not replaced by Republicans. lie says be largely' .due to a just aspiring i: __ once a in week The for KeyVe four..ennorcutiveweeks CltLxeb. anewspaper : for Plaintiff ,
ardor, The mind is intuitive ra- JIJU- I q -' ,4a"fl
i publIshed in the City I
over the manner in which the that the Federal Government should discharge therthan logical but always sincere Hamilton Knowles, former Hall, who had beenin ( of KeyV. Flori.U.PONB I II ie'i'a
Key Wester who has been connected KeyWest on a short visit left ANtI ORDERED thia 'th '
.: Russians: are putting the Communist yoke 630,000 civilian workers or 3 out a. very valuable trait when with the New York yesterday for Grassy Key to join I day of July A. H" l 4i. I' '

'%. on the people of Czechoslovakia.The properly! 'balanced] by pu-3h and I I Aquarium faT several his vessel anchored off that key. (Seal Roes C SawyerClerk COME and SEC OUR
of every 10 on its payroll. endurance Beware of treachery years, will of the Circuit Court I'I

And Byrd was _right when he said for this danger is present in some t|.i sail late tonight or early tomorrow -I I Ry Florence Monroe E County Sawyer.Florida :' QUALITY MEATSGroceriesVegetables
: for New York with a large W. W.'Saunders, who had been Deputy Clerk

Russians, knowing their military : that this dismissal of Government workers degree.born this for day.SUNDAY. nearly. every person I collection of fish, obtained in local visiting his soninlawand 1 (ad> ALLAN B. CLKAREL Jr.. I,

# strength, use it to gain diplomatic advan. could be done without reducing I I waters, for the aquarium in daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solicitor for Plaintiff Jull-17-24-3t.t94S : I.I L I.

AUGUST 1. 1943- that city. i Curry in Miami. returned yesterday I W. Carry
tages. Government efficiency and would meana I
This day gives strong pcssion: anda [ accompanied: by the -
saving of $$2,000,000,000 Mr. and :Mrs. Currys. Adams Dairy Ice Cream
.a year. love of sensation. Good for- George Acevcdo. SELLS Thai Good i

The best tune attends the day when not 920 Catherine street today announced ;. I
thing to give your enemy is Senator Byrd thinks a good-deal more STAR f CHECK ON OUR PRICES
:. impeded by giving way to pride the birth of a daughteron Today The Citizen! says in aneditorial BRAND BEFORE YOU BUY
forgiveness: ; to an opponent tolerance; of his country than he does of political
and vanity. As the day progresses Saturday night The baby has : : paragraph:

to a friend, your heart; to your child a "bureaucrats," regardless of whether the fiery nature of the been named Orhria. f "Key West' can never be the' AMERICAN PWI?EE Jane and Shine No. 2 :

good example; .to yourself, respect; and they are Democrats or Republicans. That'sreal morning is intensified by this f largest city in the United States:I end CUBAN .iUJ: I 1342

weakness and often lead to trouble City Building Inspector HarryM. but it can be the prettiest and the -Try A Pound Today.-- 623 Eaton St. Pbon
to all men, charity. Democracy. ,..especially In finance. Baker said today that he has .be!!." f -

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Schaeffers, Of Little Rock, In Key WestOn

Isisl Trip Together Before Golden

)Wedding; Anniversary. This November ilC. ::.'

\Vho are the happiest coupte in i Mr. and Mrs. Schaeffer con- .

the city Could he Mr. and Mrs. rider Florida much more beautiful
O. W. Schaeffer of Little Rock, than California and they are :L
Ark. The twosr.me are in- the Qualified to give ai> opinion for
Island City at the Cactus Ter- they have made three trips all
race taking a last trip together over that western state.
before their golden wedding anniversary i Mr. Schaeffer, .4. formerly ran # .- .
Sunday, November. s _
fa !
steam laundry in Little Rock. !
The Schaeffers were married
!I He studied chemistry in Germany H .5 :
in SnrinzficUt, IH. nearly hclfofntury S
ago. They will be remarried for over 17 years. For thepast !I II
10 years. he has been an 'I _, 7
in the Lutr.eran Church ,
Little Roaek. Ark., with their 1 Angina Pectoris sufferer. |

daughter of St. Louis mzid of(I I Mrs. &h fff'r. 78, is proudest I
honor, end a son from Houston, :'tot a medal inscribed "Littl!, '
Texas best man. AU the bridal Mother, Old 153rd; Infantry." )
party will be dressed in gold This medal was given her by
Ettin. I i I i the World War Infantry com-1 I
that she befriended at a ,
The Arkansas couple will stay pany -x
in Key West for a few days prior ,,Camp Robinson prior tothe i f't
to returning home. They were company's sailing for overseas I
disappointed that the Key West- combat. Vmy ef the personnel
Havana ferry was not in opera-of the Infantry company still j,
tlon. They showed a Citizen reporter ,write her after all these years. .
a Gulf Oil map on which .' Both the Schaeffer's are God- j ..""" .
ia printed in referring to Key fearing good Americana and J GUMDROP V -MAKES E B U -ren.lteQ T. twi""ff'-.fd pian Ilipl"tpebt1lUS;'
West: "If you wish to EO on to one cf their mc.sr J phrases t sticks dose to'he Mile of her Vmtfitr; MatiWi.dorloc. ..debut. \V4;hingten. lf.f.. see. '? I
Cuba transportation by ferry IS. after telling of a future looked i
available." .,for event is "God Willing"! j 1 1I I 'p-I.'

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Dinner tvyer-Kerr I
Party Cvx. -

For 111,.. Dennis Engagement II

J. Doirney Announced

Mrs. Dennis J. Downey (the Mr. and Mrs. Kermit
1369 Eliza street the
former Gloria Silveira) was honor announce y.J ,
engagement of their daughter.
guest at a surprise dinnsf: Rose Mary to A. Ernest Sawye?
party given for her by Miss ron of Mr. and h"-s. A. L. Sawyer -
Dudly Busey, in the Busey home 904 Eaton street. Both aregraduates _-_ _
st Naval Air Station. of Key West High
'Ihe dinner was buffet style. : School, class of '43. No definite
Following it Mrs. Downey blew date has been set for the wed-
out the candles on her birthday ) ding.
cake and guests sang the traditional I
"Happy Birthday." -.
Key West Youth
After this the group moved to : air _
"Aeropalms", NAS club, and continued -
the celebration. : Marries Mi am tan

Those attending were:
Lt. and Mrs. C. A. Lewis USN. Mr. and D'x Husrh Hinde. 2207j
Capt.: and Mrs. John Durant: j i'I Flagler avenue have received
USMC Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Moe-j word of the marriage of their
Morris USN: Lt. and Mrs. Glen i son Robert "Sonny" Ifinde. to
lt.Klney, USMC: Chief P:die[f Miss MargaSee NewBerry. da ?b-
Electrician and !ohi. Ted Rch ter of Mrs.' Newberry. 2030 N. :
USN;. Lu Comdr, and Mrs. G. W. W. 29th street, Miami. 'I sT
French, USN: Mis*Juanita M.*yji, They were married in Geor-
Miss Bttty Buckley. Mir-- Jessie gia Saturday morning, July 24.
limit LtThomas Connell. Mrs. Hinde attended Jack o:t
USN;. Join Pearson Jr, Ensign High S|. Miami. and Mr.
I -
John Crane. USN Ensign Harry Hinde went to Key West High w t t t y'F : r '
Delaney USN, a n dO Ensign School. 1 t-
James Chapman USN. They will make their home at
2030 N. W. 2 Hh street, Miami.

Farewell PartyFor ; where he is employed by the ".
j' Farm Dairy.

Announcement <" .::: .,'

A joint birthday and farewell \
party was given in the home of I\ Of Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matcovich, i I I
1405 Division street last night. : Mr. and Mrs. Morreil Bradley.
Mrs. Matcovich. for whom the : 818 Sawyer's Lane. announce the
birthday party was given, and f r engagement and fortheorr.in IMY
her husband: will leave August [m&rria0' their son. Raton to b
9 for Champaign 111. where they j! Miss Alice Lee Lester of Baltimore. -
will mkeh it Ralph is visiting his -. -- --.,,, #.-a- -
home. !
in that city, and P.A T It 0 L 1"JJ.n. of'a sbritr's uri ... ffrr.-.:
Present were: Mr. and Mrs. brother. Phillip over Lake Head sad ttt-t:
Boulder ,
Ifn Dam.Fernw.d last March by Deputy.' ..,...,
Brock Johnson. Mr. and Mrs H. the wedding is planned for the SIr Jas Vegas SeV' squadron ')Jalro" mote than 1..0..'sicutrpmiles in tae.Mouttrirst.efer'sgres fwritf "' Lr e. I

D. Driggers Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. I'near future. uuntrJ's most desolate areas.'Ths plann' u. sought .ustlers tad pevpfe lost in 'dntrL'. .-l
Jack R. Carey Mt. and Mrs. Albert i ir..sYII

Dl.lrketMr.. and Mrs. Peter ,: Salus ChristeningThe
Matcovich, Mies Linda Gibbs and ] I'I"1. :

Bernard 1... Elwood.Rflcllelor I'I
infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Beginning A New tAP
i Charles Salas. Jr.. 611 Margaret
Girls In I I street, was christened at the Newsfeatures Serial Story
Methodist churchby
Fleming Street
Informal Party Rev. J. B. Reid. The child. WITHOUT
who has been named Charles IIL

E. J. Haroley and his bride- has for his godparents, Mr. and WARNINGBy
elect. Miss Betty Johnson whose Mrs. Reese Thompson

wedding is scheduled for Thursday CAMERON DOCKERY .
'Aug. 5, were given an informal Intimate Glimpses
party by the Bachelor 4 =sr

Girls Club Thursday evening in Mrs. Thomas James and 124...aw4 Imol DwtteriIog.
St. Mary's Parish Center. daughters Josephine and Gwen ttoi, ., ........... $150r
The table decorated
was gaily
have left for Pensacola
dolyn I ,
with beugainvilUa and fern Miss
where they will visit Lt. Colonel .
Hilda Castillo presided at the I .TO MAKE A
and Mrs. Charles McArthur Car-
punch bowL man U. S. Armv. Colonel Car-
Those present were the U. Military
man class of 1941. uflonU31l1
MissesElayne Albury Marina Academy West Point. and Mrs. L
Sikes Elisfa Moreno Nellie Tru-
expect to leave for
j*114 Cls udina LaFe, and Sylvia over-seas duty shortly.Mr. I'
Sanchez, Messrs. Louis Grkhop '

Joseph Dcughtry, Steve Bark and Mrs. Paul Lumley 528Simontott LIVE ON. FOREVERThat
weitz. Frank Simma, C. L. Roberts -
James Cassidy and Chester street, left yesterday magic moment of hearts' uniting will '
Knowles. I on a two weeks vacationThey live on forever in, the beauty and brilliance
expect to spend a few days in
of a well .chosen diamond ring.
Miami then tour the southern
ettlttl! IIlttlU1 : / lllUlL'Ut.cnmH'flr. states. o Pam Carter was an iRqait Our reputation .is. your assurance of the

Calendar Of tive utmost in ravcfPoricli's
I redhead ho, when the
Mtuation arise found am-
Coming Events
ple scope" for her car why. i

II1IIIIUIbIJlWlUllll mll I But ',hen the answered an t

SATURDAY JULY 31- innocent-appearing ad for a i .

American Legion Auxiliary caretaker the didn't realizet quaclti
Candy Sale. Front of Palace Daughter to Rica r JfwEuSt
Theater, Duval Street. Lt.. and Mrs. H. P. Rice Coronado. -I that the was letting herself -

SUNDAY AUGUST 1- California announce the in for murder 508 DUVAL. STREET
Miscellaneous Shower given by birth of a daughter, July 29- "One ol Key West's Oldest

NCCS Junior Hostesses. 4:0fr Rice is the former Virginia WITHOUTWARNING jewelers"t
P.M., in St. Ann's Parish rr. daughter of Mr. and Ms.1 !
Hall Windsor Lane. honor- Thomas Kelly 1218 White
ing Miss Betty Lou Johnson. this city. The baby, !
bride-elect of John Haraley. yet weighed five pounds eightounces. +s

MONDAY AUGUST 2- I The Serial Starting Soonin i -. -- .. --
Key West Players Meet at ':0fJ
I-M. in Barn Theater, rear : During flight the intense mus-( This Newspaper :Subscribe To The Citizeu-25e
r.f Woman's Club Building :ular activity; produces much I : Weekly

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Furnished cottage for rent Near large, newly renovated one-

commissary. Infant accepted. j I bedroom apartments, completely -
Apply 1509 South Street. furnished Apply 323 Whitehead -

jly31-3tx ; Street jly27-tf

FOR RENT-HOUSES I Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment

( Wirephoto via Radio from Moscow Utilities furnished. Children

Furnished house 825 Elizabeth under 1 year accepted. Apply
THE SKY IS FILLED WITH PARACHUTE JUMPERS descending on Moscow' Tushiao Airport Street. Adulst, no pets. Apply I 915 Windsor Lane. jly27-tf,

during the annual Soviet Air Show Sunday. This, was one cf the features of the aerial displayat 1000 Duval Street. jly30-6tx ;

which Russia unveiled new jet fighter planes and-bombers.PEOPLE Furnished apartment, 3 ; ohs

- -- ._.. ..-- --------,,- Two-bedrom furnished house. j and bath. Maid and jar lor
1212 Pearl Street. jly30-2t j jI services, linens and utili'u-s
GARDEN AND.LAWN I furnished. Summer rates. Corel

I Post Office.
AP Newsfeofwrei ROSE aphids (sacking inset Model 1940 Ford panel truck. Apply := ..j

:n. DOES work, this j ,;)'.. -prsv with Black Leal Perez Bros. Bakery 1025 *! Efficiency and one"- bear iin
'I'T i '"40" plus,fis.n oil soap: Further White Street jun30-tfi
t apartments:for couples. Pa J4's
: J trick ,of taggingT Information call at Key West i Tice Shop. jt23fct

,e ;: !folks with a name. Garden ,and Lawn Supply Co.. 1938 Hudson Terraplane Needs 1 J S ,1
t t !
., a News men and pub- J 914 Fleming. .jl:2J.-3t about $7500 work on body and Efficiency apartment,' strl" y
t- JieiTy agents help. V 'All offers
engine. modern near Navv Com -
,, .. Soon the fellow or FOR SALE Call 1404-J COmidCred'l sary. $65.00 monihlv, utill cs
gal is known by r s'd1 I furnished. Call 1129-M. &

some trait of, part. '. '' Cocoanut plants 50c each. 5' WANTED TO BUY Jb-:,-

Here are some of high. 1509 South Street

the more famous of jiySllKBungalov I Three-bedroom house furnished Three large rooms, bath, .
the or unfurnished. Phone 1588-R. ;
tagged people. pletcly furnished 1001 n

/. small store' ,building jly23-5tx !iI Plnster Street or 1393-J !

and lime grove on four nice I jly. t
Two-wheel farm !
baggage: or
lots size 50 x 120' each In good
:section This iin'bc bought on I trailer. Call 1410_jly31-ltxl! Six-room unfurnished upstairs

easy terms. Johnson & John WANTED TO RENT I apartment 644 William Street
son. Phone 372. jlyl-tf Also small 3-rnom furnished
apartment (upstairs). Apply
Year-round ic-brdroom house
j 1224 Duval Street jlySO-2t
500 sheets. ,82. x 11. white, newsprint or apartment. Two children (3
25c. Artman Prens;Citizen and 5) and one cpettcr Call
Furnished apartment, adults. no
Building, Phone SI. ', 1583-P. jb23-5tx .
pets. Conveniences. $65 00.
I jIy26- 5t Navy couple and 11 months old.
1214 Duval Street, Telephone
Wi .
baby do"ire 2 or 3 room furnished :
Heal ,tile. 10 beautiful colors for apartment with bath or :; jly36atluesthurstfThreebedroom
;i wall or floor. 65c sq. ft up.'Also small furnuvhcd house by Auc '

roofing barrel tile.. 'CalU598Sun 15 Write Box L-18. jlySO-6t
apartment suitable
i :hmc' Construction,: 2302Seidcnberg.
for three couples or* six
.jv2T-lrno! .,FOR SALE-TRAILERS j
.I people Private bath 728
United Street ',jl 31-lix
"1Wt >
55 < 1 White outside paint *hite.:tna'ineL Trailer and annex. Ideal for ..

? $2.75 gal 6-ft .rule,,, .5'. couple. $200 ca h. Ross Trailcr Furnished apartment 628 William
1 DDT 2<>e'"Qt Doherty &.. Co..1 Park. Bert L. Holland 611 Street. Call
S'S 846 Olivia, Phone 1597 Division Street. jly30-2tx' 7jly31i3tRNewly
a. 1 1 -.9*jlj23tfProraisiaryj
HELP WANTED-MALE constructed cfficicncyapartTicnt
: -I Ia \ All-electric kite sen,
t ,NotH ( Jc-each.,Art
tile bath, hot \4r.
man Press Citizen Bldg. phone Wanted at once, three mechanics. !
Small childre :4
.. S 1 1 51. : mat 5lfo' Apply Navarro, Inc., opposite | St et7'ej1y31tf
cepted. 909 Elizabeth
T- bus station. jly24-tf.i .

nearly new lames,; motorcycle : -
in'perfect condition. Will STORAGE 1 FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND

sell for half price 53-1 Poin- i HOUSES: '
ciana Place Phone 1569-\V. Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture'or

jly30-2tx commercial. Phone ;98. ,
One two-bedroom house all-clec"-
Bicvclc .h $25.00. 1019
Fngli styl?
trig (even Mixmaster), cedar-
Margaret Phone 575. REFRIGERATION I lined closets tiled bath. "Cut-_

jl..v30-tf glass candlebra Things, to,
Domestic and commercial work
make it a real home including
Baby carriage bassinette bathi- guaranteed Free estimate. I lovely yard. All utilities paid.
nettand teeter babe rocker. Holbrook Refrigeration Service,I I I
Upstairs, 1012 Duval. call 724-W j1y26EtxMISCELLANEOUS ,
1 I Two one-bedroom
j Brand new all-electric, hot wa-'

I Chrominum table and chair et. I I I ter and garbage disposal furnished -
irons and ', A real little home for
used six months. Call 716-It, Washers vacuums
328 Simonton, upstairs. tarn repaired. OBriai.t, Phone i!| happy people. One block rfrnij

I jly30-3tx 1164-M .Myl-tf;j I stores. First come, first served.
I Call 1176-W. jly31-3tx
5-horse Sea King: outboard motor. Floor sanding done by experts.
.. 1946 model Perfect condition. Free estimates given. Phone il FOR RENT-APARTMENTS<,

Apply 1009 Southard Street 163 or call. at 701 Caroline Stjlyltf AND COTTAGES
.ot : ; .nllUWUll1lmmwmmnIlIDUlIUlUmIUmJllUUIu:. jly30-2tx
: illnnjIIllIInl:1IZlImmlrJr.UIiilimUla.1 I I The Stutz HoteL 410 Fleming
room of furniture. Gas stove PERSONAL Street has an efficiency apt.

at the 1021 Duval Street 13 and refrigerator. 311 Whitehead I and several sleeping,rooms vacant -
: Street jl>31-2tx Poems wanted for musical set- Low weekly or, monthly
ARMED SERVICES I' DEFENSE FORCES ting. Send poems for free ex rates. jlyl-tf

.r Y.M.C.A : PROGRAM'U11111111UIUilJJhiurIEUILIUIm111tUIIIUUfUUllil I GM Frigidaire and stove less than amination. Five Star :Music

Jackson Squat Whiteheadand six months old. Sacrifice at Masters, Key 391, Beacon Bldg., Furnished. apartment and cottage.
Southard Streets S200. 904 Whilehead. 302W. Boston Mass. Both with hot water. No pets
SATURDAY jl>31-2tx jl>7-10-17-24-31-5tx Apply upstairs rear' 1014 Vtf-
'UUlUlm""ilUhlllalIlJillmIllIlUmnUmmnUUf' 2:00 PJll.Boxing Training. rela Street jly275txFOR

Saturday l.OU P.M. t>:00 P.M.-Dn sing Magic Chef gas stove, four-burn- PHOTO STUDIOS

8:00 P. M.-IIovics. Kjonii, Showers for Bathers. ncr. baker on side. 5000. I RENTHOUSESAND '

10:15 P.M.- Lke Bog Dancing on SUNDAY 1 Crane 15-gallon water heater Free: A lovely wallet-size minia- COTTAGES
the patio 10:00 A.M.--Communion Break- $35.00. Both in Rood condition. ture. Use this ad with any r
fast WhitEhat Club. U.S. Na- 515 Bahama Street ana-PiIkmgton Studio cou- Two-bedrom furnished house. Also

Sunday val Base X2nd Sunday). jl>31-3U pon before August 31st 1948. small cottage furnishexi.. .
9:45 A -rJava Club discus 1:00 P.M Picnic Swimming fly 29-tf Apply 802 Simonton.

sion Group.J i Fuel Wiener Roast (sign up Bedroom suite dinette -suite coffee ly31-2tz

: AM.-"Go: to CHURCH in advance). tables, pcrcelam-top kitchen HELP WANTED:
Parties." Information services, housing table, laundry hamper FOR RENT-OFFICE: SPACE'

3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour selections city maps. 9 x 12 Axminster rug ironing PBX operator, knowledge of t.p-
announced. IS Religious literature, library, board. golf bal with 6 club -ing.. experienced., dependable, Office space available for rental

00 P M.-FellowshipHour on teh'phones, stamp, wrapping and 3015 Flagler. Call 1160XW. permanent resident day or Some very desirable,. centrally

,the Patio. Community Singing J mailing packages, railway ex-'' jly31-2t night work. Call 517-J located. See Florida National

,, Beatrice Moreno, at the press service, laundry pick-up jly31-3t .Bank. jly28-tt
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Piano available to all defense forces SLIPCOVER AND DRAPERY ..

30:OOP. M.-Cotfee Hour. It and their families. materials for every taste and

G. S O. meetings 'Girls Service 1KS. E. S. COUGHLIN, every pocketbook. Caroline

Organization), every 2na Executive Secretary. Shop, 223 Ann Street. Don't For QUALITY FLOORS, It's

and'4th Monday I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. delay-the shop will be closed

Came Room Chinese Checkers I Secretary.. during September and October. Inlaid Linoleum
chess cards, ping pong, pool t jly31.2."t
7 t writing desks library current The average size tree drinks
magazines, various table games 1 from three to five barrels of water Fne-piecc Irv ma-room suite $25. Kentile

etc. .. I daily during the growing season Emerson radio and victrola
Showers tennis rackets, golf! combination with 165 records,
clubs fishing, lines, cameras, j $100. Two-burner hot plate. Asphalt Tile t

checking service, film service, In the middle of the 19th century $500. and floor lamp $500

mailing and wrapping packages, : the passenger pigeon out- Miller, 113-B Poinciana. ."'etc Colon and Patterns. for Erery Room
receiving messages phone booths,. numbered any other kind o*. bird jlySMt5's
stamps railway exare service?i en the North American continent in the House

available SERVICE PERSONNEL t h.p.-Evinrude Utboacd.mo-: FURNISHERS and INSTALLERS

tor, six months old, $150. 1217
Lesleigh Davis-Director. The horse chestnut supposedly FREE ESTIMATES
Petronia Street
I jly31-3tx: IF' 1IIIal
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- gets its name Jrom the scars

rector. left on twigs when leaves fall in Furniture, also refrigerator and l Key West Floor Covering Co.
the autumn. The scars resemble '
Lillian Weaver-Secretary.
bicjcle. Apply No. .3 Pearl Scorner .,
Doreen Cruz Information t miniature horseshoes, with series Eliza Street.'
.. 132 DUVAL STREET M. E. Slut PHOKE- 1454_'
Desk Aide. nail
'.' ti 'of dots representing holes. -
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-. ; WHERE ioBUv Whey a certain product or service Is seeded'
IT tnd thai is to doubt bar *a** to where 'THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU i I

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If It t EI"ctn.cal I WE W E REPAm'ITl SELL IT i ',:. (POOR OLD CRAIG I _

: We Will Call For' and Deliver ': : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service StationJ. : _
I } JO Yean Experience In Electrical Work. : .
'. H. BHADY. Manager PHONE SIM .
J..LCaL 211 Duval Street '.: j. Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. Francis and Division Streets

: ELECTRIC TELEPHONE'41 -: .: 701 DUVAL STREET : : Tires 1ul e* Itallrrirs Auto Accessories =

: -i i .............................................. .. 822 SIMONTON STREET ,; .. ....."Your.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE........;.Dealer"s............
:' ....................... ....................... t: Dry Cleaning ....
: : PRITCHARD : : : and Pressing ,
S ': Free Pick-Up and
I I : FUNERAL : Delivery Service: S, AVAILABLE i
; : : GOODS 1: !: SUITS for MEN : e hued Cleaning 9 Repairing and I 11lsMIIKTOU' :

I: HOME I .5 1106 OLIVIA STREET :: :. ;anti'WOMENMmleloMeasure : <<"S AUTO AND :

: : PHONE 373Specialising ::: ;:. \ : : A\ BODY SHOP '
S Let Those Serve : ,. PHONE. 282 603.05 GREENE STREET
; Who Serve Bcsf : l Y:: ...................... ............................................;

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WE HAVE NEVER inWomen's ...................... : :
: BETRAYED A TRUSTs ..: I i. : ( .i llf:..1llTYSIIOI'PE ,;
i : and i CAROLYN
\ LOPEZ i !
Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St
Ambulance Service .: Children'sApparel ::: = rw '
Telephone 548 :. ,1: Funeral Service : .. We Specialize In ;.

; : Never'Sleeps :. : : .: Established 1885 : Scalp Trralineiils Hair Dyeing

........................ i.......-.......,.....-... '. .. Phone 175 ALL TVPR.1 OF IIKI.K' K (;CHTIFEHMA.MCNT > :
\ ..............................e........e..... 'w. ,Licensed Funeral II...........................:.'...".\u...s.........,

: ," > : 'Directors. and ......................................_......;
J. A. MYERSi. e<' ., J-t:
... Embalmcrs
21flourAiUu1UILCe Scientific Culture
: LicensedPAINTING ';, i: : in All Branches ... I
: f
) <: ; .\ ContractorFREE :j: ..:.-" .Service! : .. Thoroughly Operators Experienced I f. ,

: ESTIMATES ALL WORE GUARANTEED : .. Son Water Used Exclusively ;
: Telephone 9127. 11( Dura Street. Jefferson Hoteleeeeeveeeeeeeee ,: :' Phone 13S Night 636 : i Phone 637 536 Fleming St. .L. :
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: f...S.................. Fortr-er. Customers Friends and the I'ubhc Invited :
Electric: .
HOTPOINT i ;; Frances Beauty Salon i
Ranges. i Key West, Fla.SOUVENIRS. i
Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances- : ::;" : : Frances Pal k. Owner : :

Washing! Machines for Immediate Delivery,: :1 1; i 1010 GRINNELL STREET. :
Uctiuly Culture in all its I 'acu"sI :

S.f HOME APPLIANCE ? f.... CONCH All Sixes SHELLS :. .Permanents Scalp Treatments :
; 605: SIMONTON STREET... PHONE. 11 :' Facials Shampoo Manicuring :

: ,-...........e.....................................................teeeeeeeeeeeLandscaping .-............r..3''. w:., COCOANUTSSPONGES- '. :..e.............a.3 Tor.Appointment..........Phone.....1391........'............1
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,: Marl\ and s- 9 IMIOM': 1:111: :
TopSoilTOP : .a.. : : / .
Marion s 1400 DuTai Street :
SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD SI.00 PER SACK : : [ .
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MARL HAULED.$5X0 for 4 YARDS'Also ::.. Will Ship to Any Part :
: : Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable. : .. ol'u.s. or Canada Southernmost House in the U.s.A. : :

,: '; Marcy ,S. Pal cio : g ra, Featurin : t
G W'EE'CH .1021. Olivia.SuPHONE + : : e Spot Reducing MacLKVY\ ;
..' 9 '801, 5 :: Hear 401 South St ; : Mechanical Maa! <. A1lit'IIOI I ) :
.....................................:........ ..'' KEY WEST.: FLORIDA : BEAUTY .I:I"'1.1.- :
."............it.................................} .....................1tl. ........e.eeeee Complct...............a...a...........
:: : JEFFERSON COFFEE SHOP i. ..eeee.eeeeeeeeee..... ...........................a....a............"
; For More Natural
I a : J--; ; l' : 4 Hair Tinting :
or !\
: Open Daily and Sunday, Z: %, Sale In Permanent
I \ : 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. : .: /" r 1 Waves :
: SERVING .:. Z Appraisal
: COMPLETE Dinners ., : :- Lease : Beauty
I Also A La Carte and Sandwiches Z. : Rental. : .

[ : ....-:.-.....-e....REASONABLE............PRICES.e...... .........!.: :: Management Colony
..........*.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeIMANCE r i:-' Improved and. VacantProperties r 521 Southard ;
la Key West y Street t..:
.: and. .Monroe County ;, f m Next to Southernmost ,
: t
i. ;b School ;
i ; : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : :. : s 3 ,fsaa x 1 BeauticiansSpecializing ,

: Key West Insurance Co 1.UI 1. .: 919 411 Whitehead Heming Street Street :: Most Modern in ; "
Syr n Phase of ,
SIMONTON STREET PHONE im :. :. Pbonee 124 and TMHeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ; x Beauty Culture .

:...........Directly......in..Front.....of..Postolfice......... .......:. t.. : Telephone 206 for Appointment :
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I ..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE .. ... .aa.............a.....ss.............. t!
i. Good Work Low PricesDailv. M' .:

( S Entire Bouts with : .. ,, : .between 9:30 A.M.end 3:30 ,; \
OFFICE: PM-Appointments are accepted /v .
: INLAID LINOLEUM !: :.. 518 SOUTHARD iron public by Senior Students cl 1f '.:
:. STREET TheSouthernm0st

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READO' I xai.a 'w' 'Conldn't Bear t.were-different from others in the
BRANTt! y. : |II territory They were stuffed.

I His Bear Loss:

I I II Rut Presbyterian Church
:-- ')Yellowstone Park is full and Washington Streets
I of bears but Percy Myers of West Rev. Metros S. Avery Pastor
Yellowstone offered $25 for the
IN COUNTY HOME i I return of four, stolen] by burg- SUNDAY SCHOOL

lars. His animate, valued at $500 STARTS AT IfcOfl A.M.

Pastor of Poinciana Place] Baptist Church To Bring Grace.Y YYYYYYYY.YYYYYTY Cliureh Swire

I..utllcr3D3 11:00 A.M.,

Service To Old xY Subject "Poise In A
Morning ? People 't ; CJlurC)1.) 3 Changing! World"

At IIom3 Here otajE +
t Yetrn Prep :Mot For

Divine Services I ,\.. four of rVHovthliipnf
.:30 P.M.:

'I V"OI'.. Tr.ft"'tsnd; t4. ,h.rI
; 'mi- nrv.: MR. RKID[), PAS-IOR OF FLEMING STREF/F CHURCH, F. II. ZUCKER, PastoruUU44ALiLAAAA 3 Are Invited to Our Service


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Tho Rev. A. D. O'Bncnt. pastor of! Poinciana Place Baptist Church. will conduct sErvicesat t

J 11 ajn tomorrow in the new County! home 01 Stock IsknkL Harold Wells will be the quasi I Youth for Christ i
speaker at bath: morning and evening services at the Poinciana Baptist Church. Rally

Tomorrow morning at 10:50: o'clock. the Rev George McNeill Ray. pastor of First Baptist ... "
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Church, will have as his sermon subject "Ths Tragedy of Uselessness." At the 8 p.m. services MILK I CONTROL BOARD ..:Sam Thomas !supervises the feeding hour for eleven young Director. HARRY RUSSELL
the guest speaker will' be Roy Rodgers. who will talk on. "Laying In Wait" I piCS using an imorovisrd bottle rark at his hone at Marietta, Ga. TONIGHT 7:30 o'CLOCK, AT |
The Rev. J. B. Reid pastor of Fleming Street Methodist Church will occupy the pulpit tomorrow ._ II
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at both servces. In the morning service at 10:50 o'clock.*r ----- -- FIRST QIETHODIST CHURCH |
the Rev. Reid will administer the Sacrament. 1
I At the First Methodist (Old Stone) Church, the Rev. G. Leon: .. Portuguese StudyColonial ( Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS: i

Wells, Fa .tor, will be in the pulpit at both services tomorrow. i, The Weather .. I>E

At\ 7 p.m.._there will be a meeting of the Methodist Youth Fel}.i ilowship. j a Labor i Speaker: HARRY RUSSELL I

Evening services begin ,;1f---- I .'

It at was 8 o'clock.announced | Key West FORECAST and Vicinity: Mostly xxr I LISBON-(;?)-The natural reluctance :: Rending by Roy- R d ct, c =-='
: ] of the = -
() I e native tor work
i : VWal 1 Solo i h Helen French
there will be a street meeting ? thunderShowers I -: R ) _
8 p.m. tonight at: the corner '' day: Moderate. southeasterly ] Moo friar H.M.S. Battteaxe Wilt Bo Guest Tonight _-
Fleming) and: Diual streets. '.' I Camp'; winds tion of leaving te work for high g
i wages in the Rand mines = r.
are contributory -
services will I lie in charge of Florida: Generally cloudy
causes to the labor --- CO1IK BRING A FRIEND
I : !people through Sunday with afternoon
Key West Mini.terial 1 As,:: crisis in Angola and Mozambique =
tion. Churches in.. and evening thundershower according to Amadeu Cunha IIIIIIIUl2'JI1IUIIllIlIUII1lllGRMUI1UilImlllllUfIlJlIIIIUl! : :: : : lUa.
I in
: above --- -
Christian normal
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Holy Communion will b" &: the "Dnr'a! de Noiicias."
i > Inur.ncI : i Hast Gulf and Jacksonville
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mini: rorec.1 at the Ley I Fla, Augu.t through Florida Straits: Gentle I He gives the example of Angola's -
Methodist Cliuicii at the i!, to moderate south to southeasterlywinds ] I ] cotton industry. During
worship "c 'vices tomorrow. Memorial l : this afternoon tonight and the 1945-46 sea-son there were Street
Revert'nd RuhtrtV.: {' of Kermit; j[\, Sunday Mostly cloudy weather .. t only 36 population.644 workers of 221,746.out of a Out native Meeting
pastor announced today At J. L. Catts: I, with scattered thunder-bowers j t
of ten of workingage
evening services, the Rev. Russell, wiJi)! No small craft or storm warnings every persons
Weaver will talk on ".\11 Thin ; Robert A.I are being displayed. i t. only] 3 have: gone into cotton I
growing or any other industry nr 7 o'Clock TONIGHT
Woik Together for Good. I : August 2. : Report | activity. '
7 30 ;
: p.m. Wednesday the I continue to I

week prayer meeting will .. for Youth t i i Key West.Fla., July] 31, 1948 Subscribe to The C'iti7.n. Located 1 at the Corner or
held in the rliurth I he will be !i'i (Observation taken-at City Office,'. : I
"Breaking: Bread and etor fur the r 830 A.M. EST) .:
ing", will be the r FLEMING 1 ]\; and
sermon subjf j Temperature 1]L x A': I KEY WEST 1 1 ) DUVAL STREETS
on which the HPV John
M i j Church is :, Highest yesterday 90 at
ton pastor ff First Syl- :: Lowest last:; night 81 ,, .
tional Church will talk l "J<> Slf>('n. Mean .*C\\ t, Church of Christ cOoSponsored
row morning. At the {>' .the* Miami Normal .S4i S. I the
service, the Hev Mr. Peyton \ ,.' on their I i I Precipitation ,1 J j ji I IV Ashby and Vcn Philter Streets! by
preach a sermon on ;i it : Total last 24 hours .00 in .' PHONE 810 1 K.yrf';t Miiiinterial A..c..infc.1IGOO
the Meaning of Religion by' I'I Total this. month 5.61 \
t ins.J I Sunday School .10( A.M.
ship. 1 Excess this month 2.33 mU l
Love" will be the S bje( t 'Total this;veer 23.30 :lL i Worship . 11 A.M.
ins.j 1 _
whichwill I Ix discussed at the : \RIKS Excess: thi-j 6.22 ins!L & Sermon 7:45, P.M. 4 _.
a.m. services tomorrow by I ( : ) I'j['I I Relative year Humidity 3 i II I Wed. Bible Study. 7:45 P. M. (.........................e.t.................-...

Christian Science Society. famed New f r at :3& A.M. Una wed by three-Inch thorns Jackie!'Andelbrat of Chicago gets a- ,
will be. a meeting at 2 p.m. """. mmm-'n\:1-j+t{l 10rc closeun of the Santa Fe Railway's Indian village at Chic: Bp's Railroad 1 I EVERYBODY WELCOME I The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
nesda I I the three storied communal pueblo which will
: Comm-'n- BarometerS Fair In background is a -
Grace Lutheran Church : Law born ( Level! +J39 AM. j r. house part of the 100 Navajos Hopis.Apaches. Zunis,..Jemez- .and J" San = Corner of EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
hold a service tomorrow at 7 1 Juana during the Fair which opens July 20. 1
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: Died on' 29.98 IM'7IOIU orbs ( _____ __ __ ... G. LEON WELLS. Pastor
with the Rev. F. II u : .
p.m. I I Tomorrow's Almanac
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pastor, in charge. famous Sunrise 5:55: am.Sunset Christian Science
TheKey West Church Camera Picks Up Colors We Can't SeeBy :
enginf>('r-in- 7:11 pm, Sunday Services
Christ will worship tomorrow "Mon Moonrise -- 1:54.a.m. i!i .
11 a.m. and again at: 745 naval Moonset 4:12: p.m. I!i ALTON 1.. BLAKESLEE L Society t: 9:45 A.M., SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL
There will be a sermon at: Died j I I Associated Press: Science Reporter !t Superintendent. J. Henry Russell
of West :
evening services. I Key l
i 8. 1889. j| TIDES I i ROCHESTER, N. Y.. ( -Col- shadow. The:color of,4lie'shadow. i
I ) j I
Russell will b" the .
Hairy 327 ELIZABETH STREET : lOsoO A.M. '. .
Morning Worship
;, N. Crouch, Tomorrow -: j .
cipal: speaker at the 7:30 p. or pictures pick up one color that is far low] Jblue.: With jnanjfscattered ConI :
I (Naval Base/ I (We Have A N'uncry'DU'ring This Service)
clouds the ]light; intensity
Youth for Christ Rally in many people never see-the blueness ,
of I
music- ..EasternStandard Time Sunday School. 9.30 A-M.
; : : SubjectMY FATHER'S WORLD-
I the
become h.ghin
First Methodist Church. of shadows on clear sunny may quite :
bOrn'I 1 r
will be High Low shadows and be ,the same color : Sunday Service : : 7:00 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship :
a reading: by Roy Rlxlgt :18, 1803. II I 5:38: a m. days The shadow of a tree, out Morning .
and a vocal solo by Helen Fit ( I Kirkbride,'j 8:13: p.m. 1.27: pm. i I in the open, will show this blue. as the sun. I At II o'CIocb i 8:00 P.M. Evening: Worship, :
The men of IIMS Battleaxe I I : physician-I The tree k> lighted by the sun. "We tend merely] to assume I : Subject: "IKFECTIOUS EXAMPLE"A :
be guests at tonight's rally J the insane,I ADDITIONAL TIDE.'DATA I But the shadow is lighted by reflected that colors' are what we think i I Subject: LOVE"Wednesday .
At the 11 a.m. service t ) Died on! Reference Station: Key West j I light from the sky. And they are and do not verify our i! Evenings __ Cordial Invitation to All' Service ..upn.G' :
row, the Rev. Melrose S. \ New'l j I J this skylight is blue. assumptions. Jf people ]look more
p.tor.of First Per!> I Time off| Height of !l A.red brick wall, reflecting red carefully at-ttflon] they ,'fiU 1.>e. Meetings at 8 o'Clock ................./e...............................'
Church will ..'Po I among I I StationTLW high( water I light, the shadow surprised at what they see.," -. _...,_
speak -
on 3( i : Bahia Honda ._ I may give a Reading Room In Church .r'-- --- -- - -
A Changing World" Ths i j ] seieR-I j i (bridgeoh 10m tL Oft. I reddish. tinge. Shadows take on Evans. writes." ;.I I I im A.* ; Edific. will be open Tuesdayand .
people will meet for hour .!different colors depending :
sn from 9 P.M.I
;?(". 10, I No Name upon Friday to a
fellowship at 7:30 p.m. o! 1934'1 what color of reflected light is i Europe has a total populationoL'about.60QiFtilliontt COME- THE LORD :
j: (east end) _+2h 20m ,- ;,, .
striking the shadowed This :
area: !
havo ]law : Boca Chica "_ J ..1. .
COLORED CHURCH I marrying: J j, (Sandy Point)-.Gh 4 DIn' little-observed] delicacy of coloring ] I
I Ij I by nature is described by i FLEMING SnffiMfIHODIST[ CHURCD
I "Jesus !
Washing the I Caldes Channel
Ralph M. Evans, LEY MEMORIAL\
Feet" will be the subject j I 1 1I '.! (north end) _+2h 10m ,-+1.4 ft. color cf; the Eastman an authority Kodak on First Congregational Church I
I John M. Peyton. Pastor
the Rev Sigiomund A. I i I oOo :
Company} in a new book "An 517-527 WILLIAM STREET Methodist Church Corns Fkmlag and WUHaia St.
minister of Trinity I of extendj j j NOTE' : i,i Introduction to Color" (John Wi- Between Southard & Fleming Cor. Division and RET. J. B. REID Pastor ;
Church, will speak on at the ley Sons $6)
I The Church Chorch School 9:45 A.M.
With A Welcome .
a. service I
m. tomorrow. At thanks for to be subtracted. i
i j| 1 A shadow on a white surface '
t School. 9:45 A.M.
: worship at 7:30: p.m. t symp.thy j I, (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to on a clear sunny day will be
Rev. Mr. Laing will talk the recent :,: be added : I I found to match th:? sky' he points John Classes v. Archer.for All Supt. t 9:45 A.M. Sunday School : e Merrill Fel]ton.; General] Superintendent :
"Near the Cross." At 8 > I our loved : (h-Hour. out If there are isolated clouds, 11:00 AJ& Classes for AH Ages W* have a nice NurMry in the annex and will be glad to take o
Tuesday there will be a I J I I I (m)-Minute j I reflecting the sunlight. they mix Miss Miriam 10:50 o'clock Carey Supt. car of your child while you attend the morning service. At the
meeting- at the. church.COMMUNISTS. FAMILY. f'ft.-Jo eeL sunlight wit hthe blue in the MORNING WORSHIP I Church School we have classes for all age<<. Come at t:4S. :
-- -- "Breaking Bread and Sharing"Communion'
- .- ---- ( Service) HOLY COMMUNIONC : Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.

r 600 P.M., Christian Endeavor 'I ::' |*.M.nw.Y P Intermediate". and Senior : Youth FeDowship. 630 PM. .

\ I 8:00 ,P.M.EVENING I 7:30 o'Clock : Song Ser tce. 7:10 PJ4. :

t _rmon WORSHIPP EVENING"ALL THINGS WORSHIP WORK : Evening Worship: 730 P.M.\ :
I !

It t 7F OF RELIGION BY WORSHIP" .I n:Pdi YUa"-2'.pnv. Uiil- ek Prayer .. ._ .. -.... -.. _- -- -

Ii r. I Wed. $::3ft J'. m., Oi vfThum Prel1ee.
Wed. 7:30 p.m. Prayer-Praise : 7::. p. m.. ToolhIn Night I _

s r 0r Fri. 7:30.Youaa People's Niqht .\n" L I I The First Baptist ChurchCorner

VN V; BAHAMA and EATON Streets
!\.4bPolnclana" I
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,"' Baptist Triity Pr f e cflao GU GEORGE McNEILL RAY, Pa-lor.

: 'hl1:' : 717, Simootoa Street (Colored)
L i 'l"l. ,.
j 17th, _ant. Eagle Sigismiunf: A.Itdaq.: Minister SUNDAY SCHOOL 9.45; A.M.
7:08 o'Clock II. E. Day. Sup

/ -\ i Morning Worship 10:50 A.3I Morning Worship
Sunday ScfaooL 9:45 A.M.Wtwahip,11:00 ...- !1abjf'4't': :

e e 1 FEET": I Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF, 10.50 to 11.50
: JA s 4 Subject: ".....,. :....... .. n aaa P.W,
I ;. HAROLD WELLS Y..rr :w-.... __ i/ae P.1I. BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 7.00 P.M.
Guest Speaker at i 7:30 o'Clock Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director

Both Services Evening Worship 8:00 P.M. .. Evening Worship
i : .
t 6:30 PiL Training Union Sermon wbjert"NEAR : ROY RODGERS. Guest Speaker
I 14 : '\ t.J ti i THE CROSS"Tues Subject: "Laying.In,Wait"

Evening Worship, 8:00 i .: 8 PJfcL Service
..... -. ......... Prayer
Federal Bar eaa ef Iarestic tl* hUc ef fear Cei mmunist party leaders arrested t I Wed., 8 P.)L, Youth Night Wednesday 7r30 ..) Prayer.. Prake Service
bk'Neu York on charges of : << UJS evtrnmc nt. Left .. right: WilUam'Z. FesterfJeB ..head of Conul"fDist-PalQ'.t... .* Public Cordially Invited I Fri, 8 PJJL, Choir RehearsatI rridy. 7:30 PJt !Choir Practice
Amwiil;Beojimla; Dart; ;.J.ha_B. Win iaaw ,trade ** tUrf,_aad.Su_ |(Me_DeuUs general secretary. I I : .






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And I Red Sox Beat Indians T.lI.I.I.I.I.I .I.I.I.I".I.I' .I '
Flyers Sportsmen ; f f "GDH..I"1 :

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Victors In Softball) } At I A's Drop) One To Tigers 1 1i '; -.

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Park Field Last
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How .. ,
j 17l'.1 DOWNED ELKS, 13*' FEAT DODGERS FJlO1OOKf.YN TheyStand :tk { J' =- -

TO 4, IN FIRST; BOB'S [ t}
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SHUTOUT SUBRON 'I I, tar Tae ...*.JJ: ,ed rr.- Legue : I:1": td ;::1.-'
.( Stadium) .
July 31Boston'Iced .
Club- -W. ..L Pet. I.: ;: _. .
1.0 fox defeated the ;- -
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Key West Clowns.2) 0 1.000 ;0. !o. ,'!., -i \.
Flyers won over the night Indians while i>y a score the of ,3 to 7 last Pirates 1 '1 .500 -'k.' :' : 1 1i "' ::, _... ':-. .' .
) Detroit Tigers : ... .
bo .
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f Elks Club last night at Bayview: beat the Philadelphia! Athleticsby U.Naval S. Marines_Air Station___' 0 I 2 1, .000.500 !"s .' ,' i. ,',S-j.? -:---," ........;l: <, .,'-r. : :- _' "a _'. ..,i-. '
Park 13 4 in a )Jop-cided score of 17 to 2. ; .. : < ;
by a, to score and : : : .:.t-.tI : :
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other night in .
the nightcap Bob's Sport Shop .l the American Legue. games Chicago'. Island City Baseball League' ,' :. 1 .... .-: _.. .. !. -. .. ,
won by a 4 to 0 score over the ; ._ White i Army Barracks Field) I -1" .iJ. < '
'I.' Sqx nosed out the New : j.-i. j, : : -
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; Club- W ,. I -
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SubRon Four., SM York Yankees., 8-7 white the SubRon Four __ ___ 7 J.1 ,873: I I. ...; -_; .._...".?. .j..J' :''<-"". .,." ..,,..... ..... _' .. ...
In Elks
the opening game Washington Senators from -c.
won Bombers __ 6 3 .667 .,
Club scored four runs in the first the St. Louis Browns, 3-2. i n ': '; : c "
Conchs --___ ___ ____ 3 6 ..333Scorpions I / ,
frame on three hits two errors Four night games were played '
1 4'.200 ,
snd a hit batsman. Ip the National with the ;it'i .
I The Flyers scored one in the Louis, Cardinals; beating the Boston l '
second on a couple of walks and as i' Braves, 6the; Pittsburgh i Flnrlda Baseball'>'DfIJOnaI I ; .' :
DeRose's single and broke loose Pirates winning League
from the Brooklyn -]
Club- W. L.. Pet
in the third to win the game on Dodgers 10-5; the New York c '
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Havana .74 39 .Grw:
five hits four errors and a walk. Giants whipping the Chicago ,
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Tampa 66 47 .584)
Three of the hits were doubles.In S'vex. Cubs 9-1. and the Philadelphia i .
Lakeland __ .. 58 54 .518
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the fourth a single and twoerror.i Phillies walloping the Cincinnati /
St. 57 54
Petersburg .514
scored a run and in the r Reds, 8-5. The scores: .
Miami Beach 55 59 .482
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sixth: a walk and three double AMERICAN LEAGUE I
y .West Palm leach .51' 63 .447 : .' '
gave them their last runs. Night Came 'S
.Miami 48 CI .432
At bat Sutton hit three safely p R. H. E: ;
Fort Laudprdale4:! 72
Homer. Cussons. Crandall and Boston 812 I .3C8. .
j Arrington each: hit two. f ". Cleveland -- m -- 7 6 1Parnell. .

i In the field, DeRose Customsand \ "' is Galehousa end Teb-) Major Baseball LeaguesAMERICAN &i f ; :. ;. --T 'S .
Demanis were the best for betts; Beardon, Black Paige, : .
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winners and Garcia and .Rodriguez I Gromek and Hegan. Club- '- W. L. Pet : -. ;: 'I" '.

for the losers. 1' 1 Boston ___.:57; 37 .611 I ;' :' -} ..
f Score: R. II. E. ; : _. ': t Night Game Philadelphia __._ _-- 57 40 .588 \ :: ; ., .' "1 i s
Elks 4QO 000- 437 .. .' / : R. II. E.1 j .:-.. :
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.tfj ;; ?, \' :, Cleveland' _. 52 38 .578 r- i', :..". .
Fb'ers. 018 J3x-13 12 11; Hot: '$C+ I Detroit .- uHu_ 17 17 1 i New York __ .. 53 39 : d :';..
Joe Lewis and Henriquez; Henson < ,v"R""'"" .J.' ? Philadelphia ____ _.__ ._. 2 8 2.i Detroit -_'_ ou __ ..46 47 ..57C.495i ,.H r: '. '-- ..}:i'I S
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1 and Demanis.Twobace C V C 'LI I S T-Jeanne Conrad Hutchinson and Swift; Coleman -:I Washington .. 40 52 .435 1 j I L '::
; )hits: Rodriguez Sutton pauses on her bicycle during aride' Harris, Scheib and Rosar,; St. Louis -___ ._ 33 55 ;375 \. v'1: < ,
2. Cussons 2, Horner Cran- aloe beach at "Wrstrhester Guerra. |I Ii!Chicago __-. -- 31 61 .337 1 I v 4
dall; stolen bases: Whiteh\ rst, N. Y. Country Club. i 1 NATIONAL M .
Dion. Garcia; sacrifice hits: none; Night Game i I
struck out: by Henson 7. by R H. E.I Club- VI. L. Pet;

is 0; bases on balls: off LeW-1 Chicago .. ._ _--. :890.: Boston -----*. 55 38 .591 : '
off Henson 3; time of game: ; City Recreation New YOlk -. _.H 7 11 1.Gettel .' Brooklyn .48 42 .533 l ., .
umpires: Griffen and Villareal. Judson end Robinson; : New York 48 43 J27 1--- .

Reynolds, Hillar, Drews, Page and St. Louis! ?_.474.4 JJI6! :! : .
I Program _ _. :
In the night cap Bob's ,Sport Loilar. :; Pittsburgh 45: 40 .500
Shop won over the SubRon Fourin I l j Philadelphia.48' 49 .484 "
a well-played game and fast. Night Game I I Cincinnati 41 53 .436 HOW TO ,' ..; v
It lasted one hour. j SOFTBALL R. H. F..J I Chicago .. .39 55 :.415 syY. P y

Jack Villareal hit two doubles Bayview Park. Night Washington .352! .
and a triple. i MONDAY- St. Louis. .h' .. 24 21! Softball Lettgtle.!, Is i

An' error,, a wild pitch and a 7:30-Adams' Dairy. V3. SubRon Scarborough and Early Okrie;' ClassA"' MAKA1ONEY ,

double gave Bob's two runs in Four. Sanford Stephen and Moss.; I Club.. W.Pet.S ,
the first.; A double and one error 9:15-Naval Hospital vs. VX-1 .
another in the third, and the Flyers. NATIONAL LEAGUE: 'Bob's Sport Shoo w-23 .1- .' --
las* run in the fourth on Walk- TUESDAYTUESDAY- Night Came t1 if|Vets ot FQ.r igit'W.aci -.11 H :

er's double and a single by Cas- j R. IL E.:; Adams".Dairy. :,t'9, } IP..c' ACTLIKE' .

,7:50 :-VFW s vs., Boh'iS 1 Sport St. Louis u_-_ .-_ ..._ ,62' 0Boetori SubPonFotsr.: lbtt6! J8..5r. { .,' 4 t
tro.Smith, for SubRon. hit two Shop. 260 .ft'tJ: \s r ". ;f .t.. ,
rafely. 3:15-Elks Club vs. Kantor'j Brecheen and Rice; Sain.lI..gt e. I' ( ''_ fW't4 Pct

f In the. field. Alonzn Roberts, Men's Shpp. Shoun. .Bcrrett and Masi., v.j'Elks Club -__;_._.....__...>.. tr l :
+ Acevedo-and Roberts starred for THURSDAY- ''lantor4s Jlen's Sli4i13'1a ,r- ---A 1M y" ,

winners and Smith, McCann ppd: 7;;30;VEWs.. SubRon .Fjijir. *' First Game x ""1''VX.l Flytirs ':__ __ 13.10.. ... -

Roddy; for the }losers. I 9:15.: -Kontor's Men's Shop vs. R.II.E.IPitlc.burgh { Naval Hocpital. '. 9'17 .: .- ,,'
Score t by' fmungs: I'lf, E, VX-1 Tlytrs. f" ', :? _. nn_ 10 14 2j: i
FRIDAY Lade Dobcrnic and McCullough '
SubRmt .f' 000 000 0- -0) 54 Brooklyn 571. '
Bub's 201 100 .x 4 G 0 7:20: Bob's .Sport Shop vs. Chesnes" and Klutlz: Branca;*< -' .

Bremnwr and Smith; Roberts Adams D3iry.9:15Nlv.l Miner, Cas' y and Campanella. | Night Gain. I. h amazes a man-the wiy bases do hI! ten short years every $3.00 yon put in will have
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and Walker. : Hospital!': v-i Elks
Three-base hit: J. Villareal; Club. Night Game I 1| Philadelphia .a 10 2 Grow, that is. < grown to $1.00.
hits J. Villareal 2, Walker R II. E. Cincinnati .. 5 10 11 1"- There isn't easier safer .
two-base: : : 'h. -- t. -' : You start out bragging<< about each'Dew ounce a surer way to proTide -
r ; sacrifice, hit: McCann; struck JUNIOR SOFTBALL New York --'-- 9 12 Oj I Roberts and Seminick; ; and pound newborn; gaini- nd tben thatevergrowingness for the future needs of a growing family.Every .
1 out: by Roberts 6. bv Bremmer 3: Bayview Park. Afternoonand Chicago 1 4 0 I I well RarrpJ1<; (>rgtr. Black-I your dollar is backed by the credit of the U. S.
/ bases: on balls: off Roberts 1, off Morning Jones and Cooper; Ilamnc-r." Cress and Williams LnJ.n= ; strikes: home another way. You Government. .

i Bremmer 1; left on bases: Sub-I Daily play. --- discover the mitt it eating moreoutgrowingclothescosting -
Ron Four 4. Bob's 3; more.Wouldn't Get in on this l automatic painless savings plan '

game: 1.00; umpires: Villarcal TENNIS Senior Baseball today. Sign; 'up for the Payroll Savings Plan .
and Griffen scorer: Aguilar. Exciting you like to !be Just as sure your .
I ; EayYiew Park. Afternoon would where you work. Or, if you aren't on a payroll' I: '
and Night money grow, too? join the Bond-A-Month Plan through the bank

Junior Baseball Daily play. Games Set For Sunday I You tan be, if you tart putting a few dollars where you have a checking account. ,

into U. S. Savings Bonds every payday. Enroll: Regular, growing savings mean protection and

Games Played At SKATING I. in the Payroll Savings Plan right now, and in security for a growing family. ,
Bayview Park. Night CLOWNS AND MARINES

Stadium'Friday FRIDAY-7:00 to 9:00 P.M. IN OPENER, PIRATES Army Barracks i Automatic saving sure saving! ..

Junior- Baseball League played BASEBALLMunicipal AND NAVAL AIR STATION Will See Two I

two games at Municipal Stadium. Stadium. Afternoon
yesterday. SUNDAY IN SECOND I U.S. Bonds .
C P.P .LiOns won over the PALs 1CO: -Clowns vs. Marines. Senior Baseball League double J( Games Sunday' ; I'
3:30-Pirates Naval Air Sta !
in'the first game 4 to 3. : vs. ,' .
Vidal hit two safely to lead the tion. header at Municipal Stadi- J The Army BarrarksrwiU'be. the'scene I -' .. .
Lions ,iat bat'and Lito poled two Army Barracks. Afternoon um Sunday will have the first
.for the losers. !SUNDAY- game to start at 1 p.m. and the of two baseball'games tomorrow I SpomoreJby THE KEY WEST CITIZENS

Score: R.H.K First Game-Conchs vs. Scor- second game at 3:30: p.m. I afternoon:: _
The first'game will be between -
PALs' 000 030 000-3 4 3 pions. In the opening game. Clowns .

1 Lions 010 010 101-4 4 0 Second Game-Atomic Bombers will tackle the u. S. Marines. It .]The Scorpions the Conchs last and week Scorpions.beat the lain 1.-.a .Sci l U.f.' friumry Helen, *.* -, .,*r.1 mitr auspices ./ Ttttmaj Dtnrtatat .tl Airtrtfa'ni Cased
SubRon Four. is the Marines will ,
Fernandez and Hall; D. Lastres vs. epected that :
Atomic Bombers-and the team |is
i I
and Beaver. try hard to win over the League- S
y Struck out: by Lastres 9. by TODAY IIS HISTORYKnow Leaders. Roerts or Fisher will j''dead set on defeating the Conchs new
tomorrow. They are getting .
Fernandez 8; bases on balls: offLaotres be in the bo for the Leathernecks -i
( America) talents and this Sunday the team .
3, off Fernandez 4. ,and Allen or Roberts will. ] "
should able take the
be to
1763-British garrison holding on
be in there.for the Clowns. j
Detroit ambushed and defeatedby I I Conchs.
In the nightcap Pirates will. I
In the second game. P.P. Lions Indians under Pontiac.. The second game will be be- .
the Naval Air Station nine.
shutout the Cubans 3 to 0. ,
Bombers'and .
tween the Atomic .
1790 United States
Patent No. "
Manager Acevedo will try to ,
and Robert Lastres
Goehring I 1 I. for a method of making pot the SubRon Four Last. Week .
far in the
shared the whitewash duties on : have the best nine so e ",
and pearl ashes: (lye), granted I 'SubRon Four defeated the '- .
field. He has three good pitchers -
the mound. j Conchs this should be a good .
Daniel Hopkins of Vermont. so .
from and will not''II t. .
Estevez got two hits for the to pick :: .
1882 The Carlisle Indian make his selection until 'game. '. \ L '
Cubans and Beaver pgled a homer -- ,k J.. .
School established by Act of Con-Itime- Joe Casa, Jr. Register ort '
for j I f <
and Solomon two doubles -
;gress. j the "Black Horse" who will remain -j Europe has more independent S ... ; .. : .: .

the Score Lions.: R. H. E. 1918-Government takes over!I incognito until game time.f f countries than any other conti- ."----- ;.< _.:..- .: \\'I" '; ST _! ;..'.f< :. ,
000 0-0 4 1 1 telegraph and telephone lines-! On the other hand. Naval Air ]I "; : '_<;,< ,''';:..p.. .
000 .
Cuban t World War I. I I ...:. 1. ,..... ,',- .. .. ... --
have rounds -
boys "Lefty" .Kolb
5 5 ,
003 .
P.P. Dons 200 x- 11 ; .
and Henriquez 1919 Railway Brotherhoods' I I and Blomquist for mound duty. nent.BROADWAY .:.. V, > 1 <. ;;
Allot Garcia ; 11,threaten strike unless food prices I.I.I ff' ... .. + .- .. _.
This will start at 3:30 -
and Jn ra-' game 0; "? -.'
R. Goehring ; .
Laatres, ,;; : __
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down. .
J go .
the clubs who the' .V .. -
I p m. play .
ham I .. .
: '
|I i 1933-WPA Federal Theater for '" :! ..... '" \, .' ,
Ilorn run: Beaver; two-base | game furnish umpires i .. -. '"
| ]j Project abolished.1940Government. ; -
hits: Solomon 2; struck oul: by| bans aviation tthe I first game and those who CIGAR STORE ..:-, "J -::":: 4_ k'f. .
Goehring 4. by Garcia | -I(! played the first game will fur- I -. :: .' f .. .:::cL:4 --- ; .
Lastres J, by j ; -1: :.
t gas outside the New World., nish umpires for the second ; -: : '. -, .:
off Garcia
6;;bases on baUn) 3. ). 1941-Hitler bans Christian*I game. 610 Duval Street < t.i it: -:...:" .... .. : .
5, oft Lastres 8. off Goehring <:;Science 'for. protection of the : : -, .: : : ,
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*[ t Almost all of Iceland's 39,000 COMPLETEBASEBALL ;.. : .- '
Results of games played 1945-American 'and British {; :.- -
'| square miles of surface is of 1. --.p.y :
the week: < i fleets bombard Shimizu near ; .. .- -.
Monday First game. Porter j II! Tokvo. I: volcanic origin. : r )r1: ;. ;' : ;

Place Lions 15. Cuban Club 0j;l! 1946-Australia's Dr. Evatt ao- . --4..; .
1. SCORES -. .. Sr .
second game. PALs 4, Cubans lWednesdayPorter \[ -;'" Russia in Paris Peace Con ." .. ,, .; "
Place 4, |ference. .- '- :_ _''.0-,'"1' -.......'.\ .', <: 4- .: ___
Cubans: 2. I j li.7-) ...Henry Ford II, appeal TRIUMPH I POPULAR BRANDS of '< --i- < .- t'., '.. .

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Boza. Otis R. Curry. Rail E.
Sands Rotirrl Castellano. F. J. &&te'4e r
Miller and Marcel A. Ma e1u. M.
Besides Taylor, his father'
Henry II. Taylor Sr., and Judge

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Ian B. Clcaro. Jr., of Key We > : beacon which will hold the Olympic Flame at Wembley Stadium. London during preparations for
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