Group Title: Key West citizen (Key West, Fla.)
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Title: Key West Citizen
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Language: English
Creator: Key West citizen
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West, Fla.
Publication Date: August 12, 1942
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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sociated Press Day Wire
.rvice and Wide World
e tf2 Years Devoted to the
jet Interests of Xey West


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THE SOUTHERNMOST NEWSPAPER IN THE U
THE SOUTHERNMOST NE WSPAPER IN THE U. $. A.


*1 YULUTXV11I LAJII XT II


Reds Apply Torch To Oil Wells



As Germans Continue To Advance


Axis Snip At Allied Supply Lines


United States Marin



Still Fighting J;


Nazis Reported To Have
Driven More Wedges In-
to Russian Lines In North
Caucasus


(Ilv Au.Ni'nItled PrerN)
MOSCOW, Aug. 12.-The
mans drove more wedges


Ger
deep


into the Russian lines in the
north Caucasus, according to ad-
vices received here today, while
the retreating Rods applied the
torch to oil wells in the vicinity
of Maikop.


Pelley Sentenced To Fifteen

Years By Federal Court Judge
,


ENGLAND LOSES

PLANE CARRIER


(Ily Am*seluteid 're.w)
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 12.-
William Dudley Pelley, bearded
leader of the Silver Shirts, was
sentenced today to 15 years' im-


BRITISH CONVOY AND AXIS pisonment on a charge of sedi-


PLANES BATTLE IN
MEDITERRANEAN

(II) ANrin'lntedl I're1m )
SLONDON, Aug. 12.-The ad-
miralty reported today that for
several days fighting has been go-
inc nn in h Ifin. d


Germa1n fire-fighting squas UI5 U IULLLU VLVCUI IIkIIUUII IL.'L
German fire.fighting squads tween a British convoy and squad-
were organized in attempts to rons of German and Italian
panes.
extinguish the flames, but, so The admiralty admits having
dispatches received here said, lost the airplane carrier Eagle, the
fifth of that type of warship that
were meeting with little or no Britain has lost since the begin-
success. ning of the war, the admiralty an-
nounced. It was claimed that the
A Russian newspaper said to. British sank a German sub-
day that the battle in the vicin. ,marine.
ity of MaiThe admiralty said that details
y of Maikop is rretriveably pf the fighting had not yet been
lost, despite the many desperate received but enough was known
to state that German reports of
counter-attacks-launched by the g t successes are exaggerated.
great successes are exaggerated.


Reds against the on-rushing
Nazis.
Russian soldiers were faring
better, the communique said, in
the battle in the Stalingrad
area. For three days, it was an-
nounced, fierce fighting has been
going on in that area and the re.
, -.ul' l,. practically been a stale-
mate. The Russians have made
slight gains along some parts of
the line, and the Germans have
made slight gains at other plac.
es. Thousands of men on both
sides have fallen since the pres-
ent battle started last Sunday,
and along the front hundreds of
tanks and other motorized ve-
hicles are piled up in wreckage.
The Germans claim to have
captured 57,000 Russians in the
three days of fighting in the
Stalingrad sector and to have
destroyed hundreds of Russian


tanks, neither of which reports life.
was confirmed by the high com-
_g ,air.- M. me _n I .


mend nere. The Be
added that, since Jan
(Continued on Pa


FIRST CROP OF COTTON
IS NOW BEING GINNED
LEESBURG, Aug. 12 (FNS).-
Florida's 1942 crop of long staple
Sea Island Cotton is being ginned
in Leesburg, the first ginning
being done for J. C. Sanders.
The first bale weighed 470
pounds and was 1'/1-inch long
staple. J. I. Butler had the sec-
ond bale measuring 1 11-16
inches.
The sale of Sea Island and oth-
er onng stanle cotton was ro-


tion by Robert C. Baltsell in the
federal court here.
Pelley was convicted on 11


counts a week ago, and his two
associates each on one count.
Miss Agnes Marian Henderson
was given a suspended sentence
of two years, which means she
will not have to go to jail. Law-
rence A, Brown, who helped Pel-
ley in editing his magazine, the


Galilean, was sent to prison for
five years.
The three defendants were of-
ficers of the Fellowship Press, a
publishing house at Noblesville,
Ind. The government charged
that statements in the Galilean
were made "willfully to cause or
attempt to cause insubordination,


Wide World Features Middle East front while Japan hacks away at
THE Japanese member of the Axis already the airplane substitute for the Burma Road,
has cut three of the major supply routes carry- from India to Chngking. SiAce the United
ing American-made material to the fronts of
Europe and Asia. The European members of States has become the arsenal of the anti-Axis
the Axis n6w are doing their best to cut the nations, the battles for the supply lines may
three principal supply lines to the Russian- tell the story of World War II.


MARRIAGES NOW

IN FIRST PLACE


disloyalty, mutiny and refusal of COUNTY JUDGE'S OFFICE IS
duty in United States military CHARGED WITH ROMANCE


forces, and also to obstruct re-
cruiting".


LATE BULLETINS
.


stricted July 22 to the board of (n Associated Pre..)
economic warfare, Commodity WASHINGTON Proposals
Credit Corporation, and to firms were made here today that the
having orders to make equip- United States double its tax of
ment for the army, navy or mari- $6,200,000,000, as favored by the
time commission. Treasury department for this fis-
cal year. Proponents of higher
FIRST TIME AT 76 taxes also advocated that the gov-
ernment cut down to a minimum
BLUE EARTH, ViTnn.-Jim its borrowing from banks, which
Sullivan, 76, was kicked in the leg 'is the chief factor in the fight
by a horse while working on his against inflation.
i fil- Thv kick severed an ar-


tery in his leg. Improvising a
tourniquet out of his handker-
chief, he walked to his house.
Only after he had fainted four
times did he agree to see a doc-
tor-the first time in his whole


SIMILAR CLIMATE


erlin reports
PHILADELPIIA-The climate
uary 1, more of southern Australia is similar to
age Four) that of Washington, D. C.


Five More Persons Killed

During Rioting In India

** <(Dr Armoplated Prrem)
BOMBAY, Aug. 12.-Five more It was pointed out that the
were killed in rioting today, rioting today had caused only
bringing the total to 60, with one-fifth of the deaths that oc-
many hundreds injured, since curried yesterday, when 14 were
the beginning of the Nationalistic killed here and 11 in New Del-
Congress campaign of civil dis- hi.
obedience, advocated by Mahat-1
ma Gandhi. I DC N.
There is no sign yet of any let- iRS. N. ROBERTS
up in the passive resistance
movement, though the police THID A M
DIES TIS A. M.
said this morning that in some I 1
parts of this city demonstrations I "
were not as violent today as TIME OF FUNERAL AND SERV-
they were yesterday,
During a riot in a town 110 ICES WJLL BE AN.
miles northeast of this city, a NOUNCED LATER
policeman was stabbed, public
and private property was de- Mrs. Nellie Roberts, age 56, died
stroyed and barricades were this morning at 7 o'clock at the
thrown up. Before the riotersresidence, 823 Georgia street
were dispersed many of them ,residence, 823 Georgia street,
were dispersed many of them Funeral arrangements which
were manured, othsoe sere wrestled are in charge of the Lopez Funeral
while many others were arrested Home, will be announced later.
and locked up. .?..-.-.....--- .u. ...


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BATTERY CHARGING
80 MINUTES-while you wait
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W Smith Auto Service
No. White at Flemin
S'I I II


survivors are the nusoand, vic-
tor Roberts; one son, Eugene Rob-
erts; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph
Jaycocks and Miss Barbara Rob-
erts; three sisters, MIjr. John C.
Park, Mrs. H. S. Brown and Mrs.
Quintan Starling; one brother,
Will Skelton, and four grand-
children,


THESE WAR DAYS


CORONER'S JURY

RENDERS VERDICT


RAF MAKES RAID

ON GERMAN CITY


Acting Coroner Enrique Es- CHEMICAL WORKS AND MIL-
quinaldo emnpanelled a jury this ITARY ESTABLISHMENTS


morning to inquire into the death
of Olive Richard Sutton, an Eng-
lish sailor, who was brought to


Ever since this country entered port yesterdayy afternnoi b the
captain, the chief engineer and
the war, Cupid has played his role the second mate of a ship on
almost every day, excepting Sun- which he was a fireman.
day, in the office of County Judge The jury foun4 that death was
Raymond Lord, and yesterday due to .heart failure, probably
afternoon the little God of Love superinduced by Sutton's drink-


cavorted joyfully again in the
judge's presence.
Oupid has reversed his pro-
cedure of the man traveling many
miles to nieet and marry his love
one. In all the cases in the county
judge's court, wherein non-resi-
dents were married, the girls
m-ade Ion trim in t m t their.


inaue i,+ng IPs o0 Mee ,
WASHINGTON-According to husbands-to-bc.
reports received here today from Yesterday MKiss Sophia McCile
various parts of the country where lan, 21, came all the way f1ro
primary contests were held yes-
terday, only two of the isolationist Henderson, W. Va., to marry he
congressmen w e re defeated. 'hometown sweetheart, who is now
Hamilton Fish, from President Iin the navy and is stationed in Key
Roosevelt's district in New York, West.
who has played a leading role Joseph R. Robson, 21, 1and
among isolationists, was renomi- Agn's M. Trclouar, also 21, were
nated by a two to one vote sweethearts in New York City,
Sbut Joseph, who too is now doing
TITUSVILLE The bodies of duty for Uncle Sam, could not go
six soldiers who lost their lives to her, so she came to him to be
here yesterday when the truck on made man and wife.
which they were riding went over Judge Lord said this morning
an embankment, were shipped to. that, however .much it may pain
day to their homes. Thirteen jCupid, he is obliged to take a
day to their homes. Thirteenbackseat to at least one person
other soldiers, who were on the "back seat" to at least one person,
truck, are reported to be recover- and that person is, Uncle Sam.
ing from their injuries. Judge Lord made that remark in
connection with a double mar-
WASHINGTON It was re. riage cereniony that he performed
ported here today that gasoline 10 days or so ago. It concerned
rationing will be gradually ex- one of two brothers, a story about
tended to all parts of the country. whom was published in The Citl-
The first extension will be to four zen at the time, who married their
states in the Middle West. boyhood sweethearts.
"She came from her hometown
NEIGHBOR'S REJOINED to get married," Judge Lord con-
cNE HB RJON luded, "and I married them in the
afternoon and he went to sea in
FINDLAY, O.-John W. O'Neal the evening, and, of course, he did
was inducted into the Army in not know when he would return."
Ilay. His next-door neighbor for Probably, the judge added,
eleven years, Edward Paige, was there have been other cases of that
inducted in June. They are next- kind among the scores of marriage
door neighbors at Camp Crowder, ceremonies'he has performed, in
Mo., their tents adjoining each which the grooms were men in the
other. service, but added they were not
IST STTLMENT brought to his notice.
T ETTLEMENT But Cupid continues his per-
SYDNEY-The first British set- sistence, as a result of which even
SYDNEY-The i s the air in'the county judge's of,
tlement In Australia was estab- fice seems at time to be charged
lished at the head of Sydney Cove with romance.


in 17u.


PALACE THEATER
IRENE HERVEY in
"FRISCO KID"
NEWS and SERIAL
******************ooooo*o


Where te th Crowd Goes

CLUB SUGALOA
'Near the End of U. S. Route 14
For Am Enjoyable Evening 4
COCKTAIL LOUNGE & BAR
We Observe the Curfew Law 4
S * 0 -z:4


ing large quantities of cold wa-
ter while at work in the hot en-
gine room. Sutton was buried
here, after an examination by a
physician and with the consent
of the coroner, yesterday after-
noon.
The jury was comprised of
Frank O. Roberts, foreman; Riley
Carbonell, Jonathan Cates, Chas.
'Curtis, James A. Curry and F.
Francis Barry.

PAUL SAWYER IS
MADE LIEUTENANT


BADLY DAMAGED

t0rl Amnoeated Preis)
LONDON, Aug. 12.-The RAF
made what was described as a
devastating raid last night on
chemical works and, other mili-
tary objects in Mainz, Ger-
many.
Returning pilots said that long
tongues of flame coming from
the chemical works extending
high up 'n the air and could be
seen at distances of 50 miles or
more away.
Three hundred planes took
part in the bombing which was
the first attack on Mainz since
November, 1940.
The Germans made small raids
on northern and southern coasts
of England, but it was reported
little damage was done.
f%...Irm .a


--- I1 vwnl avc, uses
Paul E. Sawyer, former City
Attorney, has been made a lieu- RIVERSIDE, Calif. When of-
tenant in the United States Army, ficers sought to question Frank
with headquarters in Atlanta, Ga, Kritzer, 51-year-old engineer on
In a letter received, by City an airport project at Giant Rock
Councilman Leonard B, Grillon about gasoline thefts, the man
from Lieut. Sawyer, he states who lived in a three-room, cave
among other things that Army which he had hewn out of solid
duty is now a 24-hour proposition, rock, suddenly ran into another
and claims that he has little time room of the cave, connected two
to write his friends, but that in wires of a plunger and set off a
spite of this, he will always stretch blast which wrecked the place.
a point to communicate with them. Ammunition which Kritzer had
whenever it is possible to do so, stored in the cave started a fire
He states that, like pll Conchs, which burned him, to death.
he sure misses the "Old Rock," Three of the officers were injured
and longs for an opportunity to! by the blast.
pay the Island City a visit as soon I
as possible, although this seems -- - -
rather indefinite at the present
time. .


Lieut. Sawyer asked to be re-
membered to his many friends,
and Nays that he hopes that the
"boys" are getting along alright.


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COMING!
Key West's First

2 FOR1

MEN'S CLOTHING

SALE!!
The sales have made us famous
from coast to coast.
WATCH FOR THE ADVERTISE-
MENT ANNOUNCING
THE BALE
Frank WOLKOWSKY
(West Clothes Shop, In)
DUVJI. AND SOUTHARD bTB.


CHOCOLATES
AMERICA'S INEST
CANDY
"The Famous Sampler"
Get It It Fresh From
Our Freshidor
2Sc to $3.50O
SOUTHERNMOST
CITY PHARMACY, Inc.
PHONE 11 4
Duval aMd Fleaing Streets
Launumma4


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WEAVER CLAIMS No Communique.

HE STILL HEADS Today By Eith

UNION WORKMEN About Battles I
mon Islands
HAS REFUSED TO ABIDE BY '-
(Dy ..socxte" Pre-
SUSPENSION ORDER IS- SYDNEY, Aug. 12e


, Be-
in or,.

dfrd


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NOTICE!
Our store will be closed from
Aug. 15 to Sept. 1 to make altera-
tions and to clean up the work on
hand, Radios now in the shop
will be delivered but we will ac-
cept no more for repair until after
BEPTEMBER let, except free
warranty service on now radios.

OYIRSEAS RADIO SERVICE


Dan1LTAIN W L. AJ P
LONDON.-Alsatiian lead 'the
way in Britain's call-up of dog:
for national service. Alsatians
represent 33.6 per cent of the
dogs enlisted. Next come collies,
then bull terriers and airdales.


THE HORSE & COW
THE PLACE TO GO WEN 4
YOU ASR THMISTYI f
i, ? r AA sr4' .


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KE)Y WESJT, nIORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUQOUST 12, 1942


PRTICF PW


4


SUED BY JOHN BURKE OF the Allies nor the Japanese-
MIAMI sued any communique ts
about the fighting in thea
Thomas Weaver, head of the m:n Islands or on or around New
Laborers' Union in Key West, said 'Guinea, but unofficial rept.
today that the dispute, or what- said that the United tate
ever one wishes to call it, between e were still making pro
him and John Burke, of Miami, against the Japs in the Solo-
simmers down to this:
mona.
Burke ordered Waaver's sus-
pension'as head of the union, and Meanwhile, General MacAr-
Weaver refused to c-serve the or. thur has drawn What is consid-
der because Burke had no author- I n ie r
ity to issue it; Burke named Mel- an impnetabl ring around
ville Russell as agent of the labor-! the Solomons and New Guinea to
ers in Key West, and Weaver also prevent the hard-pressed Jap-
refused to abide by that order "for
the simple reason that Burke had anese on those Islands from re-
no power to appoint Russell or ceiving reinforcome;ts. neiiaia
anybody else in my place", ceig
Burke charged Weaver with'and Australian planes, both
"gross violations of the constitu- bombers and fighters, are keep-
tion", but ackded that Weaver was
"suspended pending investigation ing up a 24.hour vigil to head
pf certain rumors", off the landing of Jap reinforce-
"Burke's charges were of noff the landing of Jap rinorce
consequence to me", Weaver said, ments in either area, while other
"and in no way interfered with u a
my executing my duties as head an kpi up a content
of the laboring men in Key West. attack on the enemy already on
Burke knows where to go in his at- the islands.
tempts to have me ousted, and he t lan
knew, when he came here, that the The Tokyo radio has bcan
place was not Key Wist, because
le has no authority over me, The blatant about Japanese succes-
place for him to go, if he wants to es, and told about Nipponese high
make any specific charges against
me, is the union courts. There he officials exchanging congratula.
will not be permitted to speak in tions about the accendency of
general terms, as it is easy enough
for anybody to do, but he must Jap arms, but it was delared here
make his charge pointedly and that the congratulations were
clearly".
eaver added that Burk, when similar to those that the officials
Weaver 4dded that Burke, when
here (he returned to Miami yes- made public at the time they lost
terday) asked for police protec-:
tion, but W(eaver explained that the battles n the Coral Sea and
that was merely a gesture because a Midway Island, both of which
neither he nor any of his men had I
any intention of molesting Burke they claimed to hive won at
or the two men who accompanied that time,
him. WaVAver added that he in-
sisted, though, that neither he nor While American planes were
any of hli men be molested ei- pounding Jap bases on New
their.
"We made no threats or overt Guinea, seven Jap fighters took
acts against Burke while he was to the air to challenge the
here", Weaver concluded, "and the .
only overt act I know of in con- Americans and when the fight
nection with his visit was when ing was over all of the enemy
Mrs. Burke tried to slap Charlesi
Parra, financial secretary of our fighters were either destroyed or
union", brdly damaged.


Several. Cases Disposed Of

In Criminal Court Session

Judge W4lliam V. Albury ofi John Lee Etheridge, charged
the Monroe County Criminal'with speeding, fined $25; Dona
Court of Record, accepted pleas of Marie Franklin, vagrancy, $25,
guilty and imposed sentences in and William Culmer, ~ho pleaded
the following cases: guilty to not having a driver's:
George A. Cole, for using pro- license, fined $20.
fanity in public; sentence was de-i
ferred on his agreeing to leave the HURT BY OWN CAR
city,
Harry Canneil and William!
Hawkins, charged with conduct-! OIAHA, Neb.-Wlhti Russell
ing a game of chance; each finedI Ainsworth's car. stalled in the gar-
$25 or serve 30 days in jail. age, Ainsworth grabbed the front
Nathaniel Herd, assault, fined bumper and pulled. The car came
$15 or serve 15 days in jail. out, all right, rolled down the in-
John W. Villareal, charged with clined driveway, ran over him and
drunkenness, fined $25 or serve 30 shattered his right shoulder.
days in jail.


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Key West, FIo1
most equable cNl
country; with 1
range of only 14'




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THIE KEY WEST CITIZEN


WEDNES$DAY, AUGVST 1V&


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KEY WEST'S GLORY

The old sayilngf. "Histori'y repeats it-
:'eiI", is. as applicable to ey W est aL s 1 i is
to tally other city. Who, then, c.'an $'aiisay


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THE KEY WEST CITIZEN

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Sv iih t favor; r
: 1 n ti 'i 1: ,'.', o, r to nppla'
,'. ,tI l'r i i 'ress; never bi
i'in ir tl, miiiutpicec of any perso
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i tiit w\\i 't : Inever tolerate corn
j', l't r : (cl llll 'c (' i v 'c and praise
.,,rn~IA9!l .g ld il iinh e Iv inl ividual o
i;iatint: tIklTant of otlEirs' riTghts, v
ci li in:.: rint inly iiewv' that wil
i'' ti0t0 thew reader; ne
plromiiw with principle.



IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WES'
ADVOCATED BY THE

1. Watet and Sewerage.
2. More Hotels and Apartments.
3. Beach anid Bathing Pavilion.
4. Airports --Lannd and Sea.
5. ('osolidaltion of County and C
iIl I i i it .
fi. A .Ma.d.rn I'ity Hospital.


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'lThcr' ii no progress ill lther contenit-
jr cllt ,ior c i latcelncy ; \\'t, are finding that
I It nlow. anldu wev'v( got to start' moving,

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I X'c'i -I -' 1'i -, 1' i t I'/ Ii i. itc' 1 i'
,.' v l' } a ilm l will imth
lh i-. I ci li, 'ic'-;t -.i nld 'cr, destruction


S*il c t I I i i .I r 'I hI I Xsl I I i o .
( i i "1i;' '," t ', ho Lw rites aI
.- iltill'ic ii i,, ..! r -n ii l it I c \ar 'ot.i It nIei'Vs-
pap -' :t'. i cl l i I ;'i l I, i 'il Li ovelrnii'ilec
.cr1 IP.; i 0i I ,,i i it. tXX i l 'i(>eai th'li t the,
1 ,in' ,1 :'! 1, 1 ; i 1 t. ;! l;ril a in w ill no t,
,,I,'1 :' ;-8' i i'',,i! in \,\'c.A-tern Iuirope tll-
1il hi.y f'e l vver' i' ilital \Xii I ;i> ti -:- m ay win.

'I he Ac l. I dill'i. t1 l i t al is lyi t o l ( l-
l:;iJ C,,ntrild f th Pl,,ridla [E ast Coast rail-
1iloid, id whicli Key', \\ -st was the termillnus
hfCl'oc'i', I h II' Tnihe i l. I 1e ie 1 5 (lestroyve.d
i';(:st ,i' l(the t I'i'rkage onII I I kel ys. The e .c
taltt was llnsli(cce.ssI'll inl a previous eft'orl
to to0 itii c'otl rol'1, u1,t ,o)\' is trying a new
lack which' h 1promlisits t(io siticetrd. Ill in-
('crteas' traffic for the past year, the F. E.
('. is third inll the U'nited States. The spir
Ico Key West if it existed today would niow
het' a ifg money-maker.


Tat a ;1tor>" that at() reld ii T''he Citizen a)boutt
the cryst;tli/za io, of' sal il l L1 c lh ottotin i of' a
skiff that. was moored in the (Galrrisons
hipl- t. 'lihi tirst iot-'e in: i oi' the menimolyt
C(onCin(' 'il t lite niaill l'acti'li' i sait ill is
uity, thl n the lhip-littildinp .r, L, the r' i\


.I ... ; i -'e ;nii v'i ta rM i ll.st ries. I I I, e m arkIt'
s-olutions of inll. here -i' II'ndine' own l'(Pi)W i kl I ,
arged tr t ch'if'lV i the 1 pit)'r ch i l.l, ; Those and other
froni which
o. tln< ct Iit-ies itI 'de K Vr \W 'es h1110 lar'.esl ily

I o,'o ,mirl il il F lt l li c c'l Ihe c de v r il 1;,80 180 I ,
i1l u',.nllrr uciii-
with 1 a lr Itpita \\''lulh riIt Ier1'it i ha n ,I
.'.. y W'"\ i' all y -ih I' i'r I'il'y il I I' il,(d aulilcs.
T1ON \ 1 ^ 1 The N-w Yorjk Stil had
NATION
rh \\ei ltk y "I'litioi that its l lili ,'11s cl('aiill
to ha\'' liad t ci'i "ilt 1 li, 01' I( i 'r l ll n le
rm million, 'which i ; !olt hi,,.' i M w\oil',|, r a I (oday

1 print It
lever he
ud right; tilati ','" in tlal ;t,\ 'I I' Mii ratn 'i 1 .
e the or- l 'l" a" ii ~' \-' i in ; l ,: .'It i i l
n, clique, ulI all It h I iiil | iI e a id 1 iillId |i i t hr .'
it for the cirltrll .: I ii i ;Lii l l('cr p ,;lI '
option or A1:\ 1ii1' I l l I hiiip.: Il h I tlIhe \ rilt r ;Ltid
e virtue, was hi t l it one t ( 1, i :wl. o(,) tilliiini garlic -i
)r organ- ii Kety 'W est \ .W Ione11. lI t .''ly ody wlio
iews anded v'ili' io t it it Iad ali op[orl ilt ii t dco
1 elevate tm il I lih t Ihl '(I' "Il teli ploli).l illi" 'was
ver conm- not iin ltlledi in 1 h' \ i.:Ihirla.'. ol Ky
'eslters.
i-e addr(, Jho\A\'v r, thatl l)ie'rf W\ '('
llmaniiy "t'ull-crO.! Wl'\ i il 11" \vWho did( notl work,
T lhat they Ipr.lrl'' l o dr( an a;\l ay lher '
CITIZEN lv's ill Key V' e 's Ilmi''.- i iand ;im lshine

i d t()l i alkc' i t I ,,I clI. 'i l pIlIea'aLI Ilt.
"Ill .such a 'clini:to." Ihe writer added,
"a Key W ester, partitc.illIrly it' Ihe likely s frilu ,
tan lv" 'co: l'foIr'lall\y oni ('l c(et'11 I \V llt'
ity Gov- oc':;;ii' h' i ve\'' to Iay Ir-' m il 1 Id I'r :li', 'li'l ;:
i- .'xclllliit il(on one Ihe dry umcls I iKC s
Iil( d '. ) u d11 i er sheds, a Id h et a'mlyet'' l l1 the
oran' t's, l tilarw;s al d o 1 h(1 r li' ril it \\l l i 'anl
.r.ii Ii'' l tl asking at liihe r clt'. ic't t u i I r inS t ;
is t( loill- 011 il'ront streett"
The climate l tIha) lay i ilr ;-Lanln

'w s p u l)e r : ci thi sict h e 'SS nl tia l in hi c ,ry t h ai w illt v
Lnll it is o,- lie Kc', West's again

PENALIZING FAIR DEALING

1 t'l'h .i'(,n,,ral iprice-f'r', i|ng. order
lui \Xiwhich rccetntly went into el'fect has .iot

ci iiipl'telt'y solved the lriic'e I)i',ol)lenm Iy a
lon g, hot. Importalnt reaiijustmenits must
'ich 1i(l l i be ) made it' thotu.sanids of' Ajneriean btisin-
s I (,esses a ('re I be sa;\'ved f'rom ecollnomic dis-


iisl er.
T'h It ost difficult problem confront-
ing l.he retail nierchaint is that (ot' the so-
calle'd '"rol'i-back." Long ago, Irdtailre'
er'e Laskeld by the governimeiit to hold heir
prices 1(o the lowest possible level. 1an1d the
,plendtid limalieri in which they did that htas
ic-i e highly praised by .such info'Irmed offi-
cials as )I'A Administrator Leon Hcltner-
siti. P'at;rioic retailers priced tih iri w\'afes
ni lich lIasis of original cost instead of' re-
i)la c nn'tM tl cost. As a I't'sult, g t'en ral pIrice
Iree'zili; hais put thmni in ani impossible
position. The freez'/.i order nciale abso-
lulely ico allowance tfor the wide lag which
has existed between the wholIesale and Ithe
relail I]rice indexes. Iullless merchants are
ptrm'ittled the "rcll-hactk," they will legally
1be bo)1dh t(o sell nmaly items without any
ttar gi of proit whatsoever-and somee
items at. all absolute loss. It is obvious ithal
tliey would' l .' s lo Ig uncider those circum-
st Iance;.
Worst of all, the merchant who co-
operated with the government and held his
prices to rock-hottom is severely penalized(
by the freezing order-while the merchant
who charged all the market wouldl bear is


KEY WEST IN

DAYS CONF RYi


FROM THE NORTHROPS'
SCRAPBOOKS


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sto)riilly Illetin. i t Vincennes--
power broken next year at Tippe-
cUo11 e.
1851- Two, famous, pioneer
sc\wiinlg eic'tine's, that of Isaac
M. Shinlgr iand Alleni Wilsoi
piotctltc d Ion lsame' day.
1877--Inventiton of the phono-
graph bIy "Edison --helieved at
first to, I, n lioax. Special trains
'run for criwd,; locking to Mell
lo Park.
1898---End of war between
Unit(edl Sl;itals and Spain.
1916--'Theo National Guard or-
dered to move immediately to
Mexicain ciirder by War Depart-
In ,'iit.


actually benefited. And it is apparent hat --
the blow is most severe in the case of' mall I 1l98-Director General Mc-
Adoo blans sale of liquor in rail-
stores Which have n1(o accumulations ol' way stations, dining cars, etc.,
capital to tide them over ai period off doint under Federal control.
business ait it loss. 1931-Houver's Farm Board
The OPA ha-', announced that it in. vrinly asks cotton States' gover-
tet.ds to make as few exceptions as possible nors to try to get planters to plow
under every third row,
to the price-freezing order. 'But some ar-____
rangemniit whereby merchants caln price 1934-Radio broadcasters and
their godcms at a level consistent with etur- orchestra leaders form commit-
,te' ti ban suggestive songs from
rent wholesale prices is absolutely neees- air.
i;;ry. The \'very existence of retail business -
Tis aT e stak x1941-Petain commits Frnice to
s t stae. collaboration with Germany.


Rear Admiral David M. Le
Breton, born jn San Francisco, 58
years ago.
SCecil B. De Mille of Holly-
wood, producer-director, born 61
years ago.
James B. Carey, secretary of
the C.I.O., h trn Phi~ldelphi.a, 31
years ago.
U. S. Senator Berkeley L.
Bunker of Nevada, born St.
Thomas, Nev., 36 years ago.
Mary Roberts Rinehart of Bar
Harbor, Me., noted novelist, born
Pittsburgh, 66 years ago.
Dr. Walter A. Jessup, presi-
dent,of the Carnegie Corporation
of New York, born Richmond,
Ind., 65 years ago.
Dr. Arthur C. Willard, presi-
dent of the University of Illin-
ois, born Washington, D. C., '64
years pgo.
Dr. Otto Struve, astronomer-
director of the Yerkes Observa-
tory, born in Russia, 45 years,
ago.


Bashka Paeff of Boston,
sculptor, born in Russia, 49
ago.


noted
years


weli, Im going ouI andu ly my
kite
But keep one eye open wide to-
nite.
I'd like to get one look at that
St9rk they said would stop
Over our roof-top. Pa says I'llI
soon
Know all the whys and where-
fors and discover
In the meantime. I hope that
stork
Will lable him, "Handle with
care",
And by our house stop but do
not drop
My brand new baby brother.


ANSWERS TO YOUR
WAR QUESTIONS

Q.-Your column says civilians
can't count on synthetic rubber
tires. Aren't such factories being
built?
A,-Yes, sir, But the army and
navy get first call on the rubber.
Q.-My husband is a city fire-
man. Will he be deferred?
A.-Probably not, but your local
board decides on individual cases.'
Q.-Won't a lot of valuable
metal go into new license plates
next year?
A.-No. WPB orders will re-
strict states to 10 per cent of that
used in last year's tag.


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.. Mount Rushmore i 4VA V -\
SMount Ruslmore Mountain in
HAPPENINGS ON THIS DATE th( Black Hills of South Da-
TN YEARS AGO A TAKEN klu, having an altitude of 0200.Y ou can
,FrtOM FILES OF THE CITIZEN feet and a granite face 700 feet . Y can
i in height. The stone face is the
The Weather Bureau reported site of a national memorial to be spot it ever tin e
today unsettled weather condi..
tiions in the. middle Gulf of Mex- sculpturd from the solid rock
Sico. apparently working north- On a colossal scale, featuring the KILLED workers have "know.how". So have the
Swardly or northwestwardly, at- head, of Washington, Jefferson, makers of CocaCola. That's why CocaCola
'tcindeitl Iv squalls and stro ng Iinrln !,in t'l"T'u.orInro Rno.orvvt makers of Coca-Cola. That's why Coca-Cola
\infl's, Iut without any indica- The head of Washington,'60 feet has that extra something. Almost anybody can
tins ye't o(f lh.finitet center. high. was unveiled in 1930. make a soft drink, but nobody else can make
(' ; l'k, w n at Bir Gutson Lorglunm, the sculptor Coca-Cola.
K(v il lUnitl tts gov in-ern chosen for the work, began it in
ini't', i Iluair in the T'rtguas 1927. Calvin Coolidge was usked There's a finished art in its making which
griutil of islinds, re-turnedc to Key to, prepare a concise summary of gives Coca-Cola a special quality.., its
W ,,I ,lulv ^.this ;;,l;t, a;d said that] unique taste comes from a blend of pure,
:111 did 'v nit his p1).st, auth said that _
,nesting liids are thicker this, wholesome essences,-refreshment that
y.;.r in that locality than they I Gutzon Borglum
l,.lvi lrn lr sval) seasos n Giutzon Bforglumi, U. S. sculp- can't be copied.
1 tIIlo~tt Weci' i ileto Fl nil ltor. He was holrn in Iduho, Mar
,,i ()it 1 1 st(in iiird Key flhw 25, 1867. Among his works are
to .Unshi Ky. a mile awa, nd nt the Sheridan Monument, Wash- ...this unique taste and after-sense of
'stnlllisdctl ;I lri.,din'l g ,'l,, iny ington, D. C.; marble head of
ither, Lincoln in the rotunda of the refreshment, People have come to
I Capitol; Wars of America Monu- realize that nothing takes the place
ipi oil ;Ilis, ( (l) diemnt, Newark, N. d te tk of Coca-Cola. To want refreshment
lilrglunl was (ssigned the task
iih, il1 li-tt li, miering li I ci 'r lving the colossal National is to think of ice.cold Coca-Cola.
lie in ruii-ed by I3 wiadow 'I i'. -liciorial oil tlh stine side of
lM,. i:: wv, Uslnc).(' i m n t11h' lack Hill.de Contentment comes when you
tVl,':.. M arp.l ,,',,t l 1 h. r' s. ,l,'j M IM Rushl, re,, in t' li Black H ills
,i,, ,l.,i, Mrs. Ihrokl Tlhom- 0' S"ul lt Dokta. connect with a Coke.
"On i ;i i l, our 'l nim h ld'nl i -
SJust as diluurini the World war I *
I it has been iasevrtained that the
ion. KI, ; ir c(i in i's Missisipip i Valley states furnish Wartime limits the supply of
'-i,.'ic(i' 27 v;,ils as1i i lighit- the highest average of' acceptable Coca.Cola. Those times when
Ilii.' eid tI'r v. His ldingest serv icI alplicnts' you cannot get it, remember
i ii icl at Alli Ii logesht t,Siv- Swoiiritilig toels to k eep in Coca.Cola, bein firstchoice, isthe first to go. Ask for it
Il,' v.;is in lldo al..i; k(p,.r (mv, l oLlis, o has enabled' each time. No matter how short the supply, the qual.
Ni)iv'iiljc'r I, li)17, pL-id it'ciiicieil ,I ,,,.v.'i| rejected candidates tu ity of Coca-Cola will not be changed In any respect.
tl itil lic ri t. lpars p sWest Point and Annapolis
Ssn'xtiniations for eyesight, there
A :;.caliclighlit dh ill was; hield ar 11, oly two eye troubles that
I:-t. nipl i h.t a;, n. theo Natitona l c;alin t i)(' (curd by exercise.
(;ii;: ii .i 'l~a i, n ei('m inil in i K 'yi "i' eive' your Cey s exercisee fol-
Wfi '1tcin. 'lni owI ul li ghlts at lhwing the ball---if you get your'
Il'ct ''ay loi, nd ithe Martc.llo, quota of sports this sumnmer--
'l'it rs we' usid,. right and lett. up and down.
.- 'Theyv will havei to look fvr and:
l, ci'al incl,,m ic'lrs the B enc(fit ncar as they follow the dancing
As~c.i: itiin If aiili:n d Empliyc- hall. The bittr vision resulting
lhicid .i c cling lS iinig'I jn I' c 'se I m \k (resh and
iir(iden 'I latere. Alrrangenen ts clear and nimore Ibeautiful.
wc're inale li' for an entertainmenlt,I "Of course, the ye exercise
i ollov.ed hy serving rcifri'shilncits, isn't the only reasons champions Long, hardworking hours tire you out,-
(s giv'on Gat an eHarly date. and sport professionals have good slow up production. You need a brief rest.
sight. Champions and contend- pause. So, when the schedule calls for time. p s i
T 'l'liYl ung e's De (rs have to kerp themselves in out for a "breather", a moment for Ice-cold,
ienti i1 tl i First M iethorisl 'oncditioln naturally th eir energyvgiving CcaCola leadstobetterwork. The besi
ClhuichIi ldl a imeting an dl n cyes reflect their physical well-
i]t.rtaiinlint hilast night. icing as a whole". BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA

A. H. lhtffiman, who t < A Machine To Stretch KEY WEST COCA COLA BOTT!
SBiioc as deputy ccc lectur c, i a i The Leg Muscles ____Iben__ybst
t Iler aol r Ie ty, in Ccy West, -i l- On Pago 13 cf "Look" magazine
rie',l lh r i ycel stirdL y e sto takc' Of ,Jtlyl 5, 1938, is a picture of a, -... -
iaget o' llt Il ffic g Maschine. "The purpose of this _
Ilic dVlsc e0'i' ccf l)c' pty collector machinee is help, not torture, fo WHAT A BROTHER? Today'sHoroscope
IA W. Bs, wh, Ias gone tc, foot suff res. When the foot is WHAT! A BROTHER
.lA. kso(ilt , ehntor the school placed in improper positions, the By I, ,
Siiist iutio 1 tdc puthy colhc- muscles of the calf of the leg J. MONTOUR POWELL Obstinacy anddetracts
t,.mayheconstrictedIn time this"
Sins.dut l may le cadnstict'd. In time this somewhat fiom the success of to-
t may lead to serious lameness. Gee! Do I have my problems? sonmewhat from the success of to-
This machine is designated to day's native, though endowed
Majir Grnl Harry Hcle, tre- 'rtchth e I bk Into a new r with good abilities. He should be
ird, U.S.A.. lft yesterday tohir nturl positions. It can Dad says a baby brother. trained in the precepts of humil-
| I< t l te nat ral positions. It can ad sa a babt b ot r
ilpass thle imainder of the sum- he adjusted to work on any leg I began to talk about it, ity and patience to withstand
1ri' S. in h'.s"'ets in the mountains or foot muscle". Then all the kids from yon the stress of public opinion, in-
l sal he :pects to be ack i On the same page is another And other confused me so-- -
Keyv West in thrc months. niachine: I question mother.
"One of the most popular de-ad says 'tis a stork that comes
TI'he Citizen in an ditoial ic used in foot clinics in New Dad says 'tis astor that comes THE SWAP
Ilaragrah I savs today': York City is a device for reliev- a 'flyin" Officially Sponsored by
"Blind Justice Weds Speech- ing a bunion (a swelling of the Well, I've been doing' my best
lcss Couple". a headline says. membranous sac at the ball of a-tryin', I hereby pledge co-operay
SClub" plan to help make my c
SYeah, chances ar t dh young the great toe). first wrapped Askin' ma and pa about Walk, ride a bus, ride with otl
siliips were Iintlc, too,, but didn't "The toes are first wrapped in Th stok, and when they cx- drive as little as possible
realize it. They'll get over it, soft cloth, then'placed in wire The stork, and when theyex- driveaslittleaspossible.
thouLgh, just as surely as the biide 'cageS' which pull the toes into i pected him
will get (,'ov( being speechless the their proper positions when pres- ITo pass by and leave a bundle at
first tim,' Friend Hubbyy come('; sure is applied by turning a han- I our door. Address
in late at night". dle". (Photos by International They said now most any day he Time Igo to work.
N w's.) Might be stopping by our way.
Awl Gee! Now all the doors are Icansharemycar wth ......
Today In history Suhscribe' to The Citizen-20c closed,
TOd weekly. Such strange whispers of this Ineedtransportation
',_, _,,_ and that. a amemployedat
1810---Shawncvn Indian Chitef d- Ma's nowhere to be found-- Mail or bring to D
T-c --h dfis Gn. Harrison in S Someone said she'd gone to town.
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,****By LETA ZOE ADAMS-


Chapter Nine
Pluying Safe
XBLEN turned, with a start,
when Sandy came up to her.
There were faint blue smudges
under her eyes.
"So you're getting breakfast,"
he said cheerily. "How did you
sleep?"
"Terrible," she confessed. "I
kept hearing things, imagining
things. I don't know what, Then
those birds . ."
"You can nap In the canoe to-
day, if you like," Sandy said
briskly. "Gil up?"
"He found a path leading to-
ward the village and said he was
going to do some sleuthing. He
left almost an hour ago."
"I'll get a couple of those man-
goes," Sandy said.
Since he thought It inadvisable
to build a fire they breakfasted
once more on cold victuals from
the hotel kitchen at Onha. Helen
chattered with more vivacity than
she had ever displayed in Sandy's
acquaintance with her, She ap-
peared to be almost happy, he re-
flectod. It did not occur to him
that their little te tete in the
intimacy of the bush had anything
'to do with her good spirits. For
his own thoughts scarcely touched
her at all. His mind was fixed
upon the day ahead, its hazards
and possibilities. The lithe figure
of Tyra Fleming appropriated a
good share of his meditations.
They- were still eating when
Oil returned. He stowed his ma-
chete in his'canoe and related his
adventures.
"I crept up to the edge of the
village and watched from a screen
of bushes, I could see the river
where the dug-outs were beached.
Before long a group of Indians
trouped down to the water. Miss
Fleming was with them. There
was some palaver on the bank
and finally the girl climbed into
a canoe. I didn't wait to see the
start but there's no doubt that
she's on her way again,"
Sandy nodded. "Did you see
0irything to mnke you believe she
suspects we're following?"
"I wasn't near enough to hear
the lingo," Gil said. "But I did
notice that Miss Fleming seemed
"'n be gv'ng Vnoe lndthiis 'ni.'ur-
tions about something. She ges-
tured down-river and they jab-
bered excitedly."
"I hope she doesn't have them
set a trap," Sandy observed, al-
though he could not imagine any
person of his own race and creed
being as ruthless as that, no mat-
ter' what the circumstances, "Just
to play safe, we'll give that vil-
lage a wide berth."
The Drumn
PRESENTLY they were on the
river once more. gliding be-
"--t"ween the lush banks. With the
sun slanting down upon the
green tops of the trees some of
the witchery of the night before
was dissipated, but not all. They
moved now through a dryad's
world of tall manaca palms and
sprawling banyans, of thickly
matted jungle dripping witi or-
chids that sometimes met over-
head to form an archway of
* breath-taking loveliness, Bright-
plumaged birds flew among the
trees, but they were not so
noisy now that day had advanced.
In the river Sandy saw fish,
brilliantly colored like the birds,
and made a note to try his luck
that evening if there was oppor-
tunity.
They had not gone far past the
village where Tyra had spent the
night when Sandy was aware of
a dull reverberatlbn of sound in
the air unlike any of the bush
noises. Gil heard it, too, for he
called to Sandy.
While they held the dug-outs


steady in the current, they
listened.
Sounds like signal drums."
Sandy tendered, after a moment.
"But I didn't know the Indianq
in this part of the country u:cd
drums for anything except lies-
tas."
"Maybe there is a fiesta close
by," Gil said, "But I agree with
you that it sounds more like a
signal."
"Anyhow, we can't do anything
about it," Sandy observed, and
started on.
The drums continued at inter-
vals for several hours, then
stopped.
In spite of the shaded banks it
was warm work keeping the dug-
outs breasting the current. More
and more often, too, it w.a neces-
sary to pole over shallow
stretches. This took time and
patience as well as skill., B'.h
Sandy and 311 perspired freely.
Early in the day they had shed
everything but their shorts.
When the siesta hour approached
they found a shaded sandy bar
and beached there to have a bite
of lunch and to stretch their
cramped muscles.
Helen looked uncomfortable in
her silk blouse and tight breeches,
but when the men suggested that
she change to something cooler,
she insisted she was all right.
"I've been thinking," she said.
"You men are doing all the work,
so far. I am going to look after
the food--do the cooking and
tend to the supplies,"
Land Of Spirits
G IL was quick with a retort.
"LIady, lady, you don't know
what you're doing to a couple of
old bush rats Lobster a la New-
burg with a dash of Ct 'pes Su-
zettes on the side! I can practi-
cally get my teeth around them
already."
"Don't laugh," Helen said. "Be-
cause I'm serious. Of course I'm
not a first-class cook. But I do
know something about it. And I
can learn."
"On black beans and rice! I
think you have something there,"
Gil commented.
"Maybe you'll be surprised,"
Helen said, slanting a cuy glance
up at hinm.
"More power to you," Gil said.
dropping his bantering tone. "And
I think you're a good sport, if you
ask me.
N: ,') y :,.ke(d Gil, but Helen's
look indicated that she would en-
joy having some commendation
from Sandy. Sensing her desire.
that familiar feeling of being cor-
nered assailed Sandy and his
gorge rose in rpsistanoc. Contrari-
ly he remained silent.
After a moment Helen brought
forth a sigh and Gil changed the
.:ubject.
Toward sunset Sandy saw a tiny
village., As he turned into the
bank a few -Indians came down
to meet him. Some children were
among them, but when they saw
Helen in her white clothes, they
vanished into the bush like a
covey of partridges,
Sandy alighted and, in a Span-
ish patois, asked for the headman.
An Indian somewhat taller than
the others answered, "Senor. I am
headman of this village of the
Chimas."
"Have you seen twe canoes pass
here today?" 'Sandy asked,
"We saw them not an hour ago."
the headman said carefully. "They
did not stop but if they had we
would have warned them not to
go farther."
"Does this village lie on the
fringe of the Land of Spirits?"
Sany inquired.
"St, senor, the Land of Spirits
is but across the river, there"
Sandy all but jumped as the
Indian pointed dramatically, His
words were so full of awe that
Sandy had to look twice to make
certain that the opposite bank
really looked like any other part
of the river,
To be continued


YOUNG MAN WAS A NAZIS GIVE ANIMALS
GENERAL FOR A DAY BIRTH CERTIFICATE'S

AVON PARK, Aug. 12,-(FNS) (NEWly AORKeEttAu 1re -Thel
NEW YORK, Aug. 12.-The
Miss. Dora MicClelland of Avon 'Polish Information Center here
)Park, whose son Harold was com- learned recently that the Ger-
i'issioned in the air corps last Oc- mans have begun issuing birth
tlober, received an official letter certificates for all live stock in
n the Wr Deartment Poland, including pigs, to prevent
frem the VWoar Department last illegal slaughtering by the peas-
wv('ck. ants.
Mrs. M'eClelland had not heard Every animal at birth gets a
I rn hLir son since July 4. With special numbered ring to be in-
trembling fingers she opened the serted in the ear. When the'ani-
Smal is slaughtered, the ring must
official envelope and was amazed be surrendered to the Germans.
to read that "Harold M. McClel- animal dies, a veterinary
and, duly authenticated from the 'must submit a signed death cer-
adjutant general iVIaj.-Gen, J, A. tificate with the ring.
Ulio, signed by the Secretary of
War, was promoted from second i
lieutenant to the rank of brigadier DINNER NOT READY;
general." MAN KILLS HIS WIFE
It didn't make sense, for her son
had only been in the service ten .
monthss. He was graduated from: PHILADELPHIA Returning
the Avon Fark High School in from work and finding his din-
1938 and attended the University ner unprepared, Thomas Olin
of Tumpa three years. He re- Hodges, 22-year-old war worker,
ceived a scholarship to the Embry- becanI angry, slashed the throat
Riddle School in Miami, was of his 18-year-old bride of five
traini6d at NMaxwell Field, and en- months and then committed sui-
tered the service in October at the cide.
age of 23. Yet here was the of-
ficial notification of his advance, ihad been advanced to the rank of
in one sweep f the pen, to the brigadier general.
rank of a brigadier general. i When soldiers are overseas their
, Vrs. McClellnnd immediately commissions are sent to4heir home
Sot in touch with the War Depart- i address, and that is how the com-
aent for verification. Records munication happened to reach
W.re checked and it developed' lMrs. lcClelland.
.'at the commission had been i-: Anyhow, Avon Park can brag
sued thrpugh error and should that one of her home town boys
have read "Colonel Harold M. held the rank of brigadier general
lcClelland, age 48, of Kansas", for a dayl


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GIANTS DEFEAT CALLING DRAFTED i vIt LEG Cs io A u mL S ***** ..
BOSTON BRAVES MOTHERS SOLDIERS TERM DAVIS o.,,t'r wwfr lassfied Col mn
S Copyright 1942 CAUSEWAY 'LONGEST NOTI,,R ^ IS 11,,OI,,.1VEN that I
y Ey AIN TURI 2 MILES IN WORLD' l, n P'("l''1l l""lr n nnii ,,,*e.eee ee eeee eeeeeeeesee. /.
T. LOUIS CARDINALS TAK Ir e TURN 2M E otharl Wi, NURSERY SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL
ST.LOUISCARDINASTAKE. l,,Y \,'(vt, F-lorida, Intenil to rV9l' /. 1
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS TCLEARWATER, Aug, 12. .r the ail fititnus nn wihWORKING MOTHERS Lc' LOUIS A. ARRIS
GAME FROM CHI-. Drafted mothers of our nation, (FNS).-If there is any doubt ti' v"lork of the (Irvl t A',t lrt HARRIS
CAG B in the majority of letters from In your mind as to whether en" 'n" lora, your children in d hand Attorney-at-Law
CAO CUBS in IRthe majority of letters from J 1I Miss Goodsp(tsi'Ws NuIS.Ts 217 Duval St. Phone 32 2
CUBS you and from those who have the charge of 25c toll for the LOISIIH IlCK: Mr 27 Phone
dear ones in the armed forces, I right to cross Davis Cause. C .l2.1'D-al; s pts,ls School, 728 Fi0ll 1 ng s rtet Jly20.1mo
tNleual ." Th're us.iI find an appeal to effect, not talk, way is just and fair, all you he rult Cort of the Eleven jly3;aug3-57 1012-14x FORt ALE
NEW III TR h A,.t 10 ThI a second front in Europe-now, need do is ask any of the 200 .rl.dlea C ircuit of thea u tate lf
NEWT YORK, Aug. 12.-The later whn Hitler can release officers and men of the 505th i'l'rln. In. ald for Mtaroe(I ollnty. s .
Nee nYork li Kts triup d s ater when Hitler can release lit ch ancehy. Vn FOR RENT TI HREE V-ROTTOM BOATS, 0
ers-his forces from Russia and con- Signal Regiment, and they It hanert (lgbert NertE laintiffF T V BtT OAt, l
New YoallnorumhdIvrpianrV t dg ltml,EHi' %tliertt Ann rlelter, 1~10!/2 ft., $30; oine 14 ft., $
the Boston Braves yesterday ft-tralize them with herculean fury will tell ou It is plenty art Ann Dlcrt, t., $30 one 14 ft.
ernoon, taking the contestby against another objective. In cheap considering the dist- | Oriin it. vre. *iCOOL, COMFORTABLE ROOM n 1$ 1 ft., ba. All three if1
score of 6 to 4. Van Lingleo OrlMr ,llSnfltteat 125. Jas Pindor, 131
Mn, wth oe able other words, it is an appeal that ance, aigaret Ann fDikert, oela Iin private loe. Wn'king manlr,
ungo with some abl we break with the "cold-torae" You see, the regiment iAvi.ue, Ilnitas, (ira preferred. Apply 1521 Flagler Pctronia Street. may04.
webakwh, he 1lsr i I, horeb~y requlrdtoa,,eln),ar Avenue. nug'"t"PN I F A 1
om Ace Adms, p itched the policy of warfare and strikeat t made a practice march across tth llr o lalnt, f or SP AveAnue. nug-tH n, Ar
New Yorkers to victory. i i Hitler wheni hie the causeway from Tampa to "in h,' ,v.. lyle.. .... 1 tie .li i O'' ir,( n l
The St. Louis Cardinals dto is u-prepar d Clearwater last week and, as i lthSI,tr e ve'r, A. 1. 12, oth l- HOTELS W ping Bir, Pond-Phoesnib e
afes tl-4 l legMtloa" I thrt vin will 1 1 HOTELS 1loya IPa I'in s ; Dumbganes
atd the Ci o C 7 when he hs one boy put it "It's the kyn as ionfsMIRed. Td his Order ll I) Ferns, Crotons, Red an4 Green
and the Pittsburgh Pirates down- no time to re- longest 22 miles in the tO ,UIIePhed (aepnE aI week, sr Wtf'iur BRING YOUR VISITING friends ePinCOppit slips; Hibiscus, .:e
Results of th e ames 3 to gain himself to world". t ive newe'iJir i Tlh e, in need of a good night's rest gnies pl otis,
Resultsio f g take on anoth- Clearwater welcomed their J<,y W,,\',nPrli, th y to THE OVERSEAS IIOTEL. Me icanias. Sthaniotil, a
National Legu or front, arrival with a watermelon ). 42. Clean rooms, njoy Sapoill minvia y n
At Boston R. H.. E It must be cutting that was more than (sit;,Al.) tIts (' linwyeir, (c'vrh of th,, atmosphere. Satisfactory ra tes. Guavw tri, 104 Sola .
Now York 11 0 t il own d tat appreciated, r.et ('rt, m lnroe. Cti', 917 Fleming Street. jlyl-tf street. augs 1 S
Boston 4 10 0 i you, like the v,.i ...e...lerk ee '.
you, like theO il. a n Ill i. en', Ir.,
Mungo, Adams and Danning; majority of ou Li' tl., If. ( ler Ir''. I lor WANTED 5-ROOM HOUSE OF FURN
Tobin and Masi. peop o ipar nillgs.2-1 2,.1942 I'URE FOR SALE. Barll.
ERAINE TURN much concern. REWARD OF FIVE DOLLAS Leaving twn. 78 Pas
At Chicago R. H E ed about this "cold-storage pol- In 0 4 il ('il.. l f (' itr.. the o Ien tl will pe p aid toi nainyion iit. i o'1l Lane. aug1184tcx
St. Louis 7 9 0 icy. A policy which, while it llill irltElw f ll f i. le Ef give informative a wh
Chicago 2 2 "lorlla. In nlll or ullnrole oliiinp. .
Chicago W. 2 5 2 permits your soldier sons to be l('lllltlerr). (!ame No. N-a.tO. in Key West I may find for
Lanier and W. Cooper: Olsen, llvs ],,e l. I),.,,r, I'laitlfr, v, rent a desi'able Illh( ,l'll( Sh(,. PERSONAI, CARDS, $1,25 P1
Errickson and McCullough, transported to foreign shores, ( .,,i, 1, i ,',,or, taIfrnlI,,t. house containinle notl Ih- l 100. THE ARTMAN PRES. -e
permits them little, If any, par- DAUGHTER BORN o'"' Orde.llr orl Piatli. three bedrooms. Phn :2. Fiyl Jly19-tt
At Pittsburgh R. H. E. ticipation in the actual conflict Announcement has been made ri stari,. ,Ir IlorritIi: 'rTi' I RnR Soper, Customhti, '
Cincinnati 1 1 with Hitler. Thus it grunts him of the birth o f I daughter, weigh- I.. ,,'. i', ln,'r II, nnwn, o', n ll . .
It It hIs 'r,.lwr il'EIire(lIr t Iht el tilt r, L'I(J-l{}lX '39 SIULTZ TRAILER. Leaving
Pittsburgh 3 7 l to play for time until he can hurl ing eight pounds, to Mr. andi Mrs. rit, ii t l teir n the 7th 0i liv -' ttown. Good bargainE. ALeiny
Thompson, Shoun and West; another gigantic offensive, and Herbert H, Boyden on Sunday at t't'pti-'m'.hr, 11142, Iefore tht iiIiv' 1- WANTED--Furnished iupirtiimnt MNeal, fourth trailer on right
Gornicki and Lopez. 'make your sons the victims of their hom(e in Waukegan, Ill. fl,,r agaillt you In the nil,,v', ni- or house for three. Ocvuptoney I fri Division St., Gulf Stre
---that policy. Since your soldier Mir. Boyden i.: the son of Mr. I litl lcau iser, Al 'IThe Key West ('111- between now and S.pteiimhe Trailer Park. augl2-4t
5 , is h,,-rehyli) le xnatiets th, "
American League sons, drafted mothers, must and Mrs. Ralph B. Boyden of 1225 li,, Itwhh this t rllr 15th. Write Box CY. The Citi- l
At New York R, H. E, brook the real burdens of war- Seminary Street, Key West. He itpulI tne i. week for fr zen SH TS00 or
Boston .:3 5 0 fare, it seems to me you should An article, appeared in Tho 1'0 "1onsi.Esh'ti, we'kor. a rttThECOND SHEETS-500 for O
New York .2 10 1 bring your influence to bear Citizen Tuesday telling of the ad- iI.,l-its11 tll t,,f the Jutigesr e, tlis I WANTED-3- or 4-roon Aparlt-
Hughson and Peacock; Breuer, against such inactivity-and be- vancement in rating of young '11ot a11 11lth Mel im thisH (',rt i mnt o Hus A y W.
Murphy and Hemsley, fore too many of those sons be- i Boyden at Gruet Lakes, Ill, from i I',. thl 4th lty Williams, Contro l hI,. .TYPEWRITING PAPER 500
come unnecessary victims and Yeoman 3rd class to Yeoman 2nd , ull-t Sheets, 75. The Artman Press,
Sur own shores are invaded, class with the Naval Reserves. (clt courtr. .onroe C'ounty, rlo' yr- -
LEAGUE TFuArthlmore, by influencing ourt' .--- l. I. 1 (1Sl.) l'lorene'. 1a. lawyer, WANTED-Furnished Apartment
AGUE SANDN people against this peril, you Poohl That? II. ee augeS2-1-.2,1,l2 by Sept. 1. Reasonably priced. 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE, 5
are, in truth, fighting for the Booth Tarkington was visiting il, the (' -,rtlt 'o etV.. of the I le rntl. Write W. E. Fowler, Box 372, good tires; radio; new bat-
lives of your sons-fighting that Naples; he was present at an erup- ,ihllenl ('Iret of ,t he tante ot DeLand, Fla. aug8-lwk tcry. Phone 133 augl0-3t
NATIONAL LEAGUE their lives can be saved to com- tion of Vesuvius. i '"lril. Il n andl for Monroe (4411- i c l-
Club-- W. L. Pet. bat and vanquish the enemy. It "You haven't anything like that I l'ri lsti, Plal HELP WANTED-FEMALE NEW 30-FT FREUHAUF TRAIL
.de mnnttrvit.NHELP WANTED-FEMALE WN 30-FT. FREUHAUF TRAIL,
Brooklyn .... 75 33 .6941should be remembered that dead in America, have you?" asked the t'rt" 'M. uln, ll lit. ER. Cab over engine; 100 h
St. Louis 65 41 .613 men can fight no battles. "It is Italian friend, with pride. order of i'.libsletflol WANTED -. Betauly Operator: Sell reasonable or lease. Tom-
Cincinnati 57 50 .53:3 commonly supposed", writes Da- "No, we haven't replied Mrlr. State of lr'il: T, 113n guarantee $18,00 per week I katingRink. jly2-t
Al I lIi,,trn, S tate Peinhtlre CARO N T mie's Skating Rink. jlyAl-tS
New York 58 51 .532 vid Goldberg in the Chicago Tarkington. "But we have Ni-'Ilulllil, H. CAROLYN EATY SALON
Pittsburgh 49 55 .47/1 ,Sun "thatthe farsi wouo arc 0 ld put t "
Pittsburgh ... 49 5 .471 Sun, "that the first uty o agara Falls-it would put that j Il hr'h eOrdere.l that yu ar.i 919 Fleming, augll-tf IF YOU REALLY WANT to
hig 1 good soldier is to die for m iit minutes ir I make money and not afraid to
Boston ... .. 400 cou Lnti;y, Tis is a mistake. The Ln n i. i s.". S 11 P t v' HELP WANTED work, I will sell you the Jef-
Philadelphia 31 74 .295 first duty of a soldier is to make war would be extended several el ist you In the 1 fersn SoShop. Now'serv
il, ,andT heK lo n-SWAITRESSES WANTED.nSide-,n one hundred
AMERICAN LEAGUE his enemies die for theirs", years, perhaps be lost, l tIs i'i aee.le sigfT e Ht cI I WAITRESSES WANTED. Side- ing better than one hundred
Club- W L. P Right here I want to ive you "CAIN WE AFFORD TO RISK r inwhhth orr hal walk Ca uvaan eming guestsree times a day. A
New York ..... 72 36 ,.667 some statements I found in an ,TfE POSSIBILI' r ." li shelse, tr a week for fuir jun29-tf ply Jefferson Hotel, 114 Duval
Boston .......... 59 49 .546 article which discusses this "cold- itiiloss the lont ral e Arthur I St. un29.-t
Cleveland 60 50 .545'storage" policy exceedingly well, IS (I 'I one ItilE ,leirs eif Itil, WANTED iExp lrincel B eauty -l
St. Louis 56 56 .5001The article appeared in the Mo- LEGALS 'it"ut, a!nl the' Heal o thil Ciollt Il Operator. Apply 50!) Southard TRAILERS
Chicago ........ 49 55 .471 bile Labor Journal, July 24, and t 4th lay Augus street. augl2-tf BARGAINS-Selling Out
Detroit .. 53 60 .469 reads in part: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF i112. SKATING RINK
Washington ..45 61 .425 "We can never win by adopt- THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL (t I' ,Ion,...ts .Hyfi'.t (n.' vri. i'. WANTED-WAITRESSES, with lunS26-
Philaelphia 44 71 .383,'ing the cd-storage theory of CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF lii. i1lv (SHl.) 'Florene, 1. IHswyvr, or without experience. Good t
Warfare. ,' FLORIDA, IN AND FOR MON- i'. auguti.12-1)-26,i4iei salary. Southernmost City SIGNS--"For Rent", "Rooma Fd
S"We know that Hitler and his ROE. IN CHANCERY. Case Pharmacy. augl0-tf Rent", "Apartment For Rent",
Case TI orOAPPICATo I Po"Prvate Proprty, No Tr
QPO TQ rALM AR satellites are using every avail- No. 8-313. NTIAc aX oP N WANTEDR Private Property, No Tre
SI Vi PORTS7 L lllNIA able soldier on the firing lines. Ercilia Deniuritt Goubler, N o te I ii plie No. I0)N WANTED-s Grocery Clerk. Apply passing". THE ARTMAN
Yet our side has three million Plaintiff, i. illliaa r Archer'sl Grocery.-, tr PRESS. Jan28 -t
-BASEBALL trained and equipped troops who vs. DIVORCE I .','rtiriuate No, 180, Issis.le the 7th
A Al L are marking time in the British Edward J. Goubler, al~~iy itf August, A. 1. 1119, has fil., WANTED-WAITRESSES, Steam LOST
BASEBALLaid marking time.n.theB. ou sa Ine my office and has made Table Man or Woman and
TODAY IN MAJOR LEAGUES IIsles. The only land front where Defendant. ipllcatlnonfor a tared e Tble Man or Woman and
Nation we actually are doing some fight- ORDER OF PUBLICATION i""' l thereon. Said certificate em-. Dishwasher. Apply, Baker's LOST--Sinll dog, brown with
Nat. onal"ita ing is in Egypt, and there, only a aes I 'AR _' the following described prop. Restaurant, Fleming and Mair-i four white fcet and white tip
LOUSat icago two sin Egypt, and there, only TO: EWARD J. GOUBLER, 'rty in the County or Monroe, state aug on til; ll-white ch War-
Stsm fraction of our toops is in o IDENC IUNKNOWN. f I'ola w owt g aret. aug8tx o tm;l whit c
sgam fates.. ....'pIsthe batlle Ts iendss .... ..,Lot 20 H iqr.41 'I''. 21 -al, as Ia ing little re'd collar with tag
gaew or at Boston ines. This, friend s,is Y. (are hreby required to p- recordel n Monroe ( unty FISHERMAN.to fish shares com. No, 16)4 7. Reward. Phoe
peat Biooklyn. ithe cold-storage theoi'y of war"'- pea to the bill of complaint for tfm'trstknw
Philadelphia at Brooklynwok. d fild 'he assessment of the said prop- mercial fishing. Must know 4104-1, 12)0 Royal street.
afare at work.divoicef iltd against you in the erty under th maid certificate e as Bx E F co
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, nightad certate keys' waters. Box E. F., co augl2-ltx
game. The war can be won only by above styled' cause on September uIe',l was li the "name f II. R. Detni. Citizen, aug8-lwkx,
American an invasion of Europe that will 10th, 1942, otherwise the allega- Uni niess said certificate shall be
B Americani strike at the very core of the tions" of said bill will be taken as redeemed according to law, the REAL STATE LOST Yesterday, somewer
Boston at New York. Nazi war machine. The most confessed property described therein will be between sunrise and sunset,
Washington at Philadelphia. fortune time formachine. The Most conf ssed. o to the highest bidder at theI- two golden hours, each set with
shingtona Phadela' opportune time for suchan at- This the 12th day of August, A., Iurt house door on the first Mon- IBusihess or Residential Lots all I 1.od mus, r^
Chicago at St. Louis. tack is now, while the Russians D. 1042. 1ly II the moh oaf ylieptembper, 9 p42, rts o the Tland;s Terms d n o re
Detroit at Cleveland. iare battling the enemy on the (Circuit Court Seal) he Jth day f TTtmO KIRCHHEINER ward is offered for they are
Eastern Front. Hitleri dreads a Ross C Sawyeri i ated this 18th day of July, .142. Realtor gone forever.-Horace Marn.
tofo wamr thn n-I( MIAL) RoseC Sawyer Ssi tT Ctz-
twTHE LOWDO N -front wair more thean any- Clerk of the Circuit Cout lerk of Crcult Ce Phones 134 and 73-R 505o Duv ubscrib to The Citizen20
THE LOWDOWN thing else, bcase he knows it By: (Sd.) Florence E. Sawyer', County, Florida. ly-t ..t.-
FROM HICKORY GROVE will send his armies crashing to Deputy 'e. tls aul-12-10.1942 .--- --- i
"We have the men, the ships, ugl2--2 spt,1942 ubscribe to he Citizen. SKATE For Health's Sake DR. AARON H. SHIFRIN
The U.S.A. is the champion the planes, the tanks and the, --"--..'--- 2:3r0 to 4:30 and GENERAL PRACTICE
nation for contests. We have guns to carry out the invasion.' 8i00 to 10:30 P E Medci a
hog callers contests, and drum No only civilian experts in each 8ATIN LESS ONS teopaticrMedicine andry
majorettes knee showing' con- field, but highest Army authori- ers. T i S Rn 92 Wh N ltehead-urpg igthus
tests, and bathing beauties in ties testify to that. All we need Over T Tommie' Skatin Rink 925 Whitehead-Opp. Lighthouse
high heels. I never yet have now is the initiative, a sharp S outhard at Dural Phone 9116 Reg. 8317 Phone 610-W
seen anybody swimming in high break with the cold-storage pol- l ,.s
heels, but also, I have never seen 'icy that has mummified our war M Co panyl Inc. ---......... -- .. .. .........-
a bathing beauty near any wa. effort.. IC .........IInIIIIIIIIIIIaflyIII.
ter. And in all the contests so fat' "What if, tomorrow, the Nazis h /
--no difference which one-you seize the rich oil fields of the Cau- Fast, Dependable Freight and Ezprm a Srvice
gotta show lots of teeth. Also, casus, and cut off the Allies' sup- -btw n- REAL ICE ASSURES
you gotta be able to open up ply line to the Soviet Union? WhatI a e n USERS OF
wide enough so everybody caMn AN the heroic Red Army, unable to KEY I WEST USERS OF I


ae e cown at least to your ion- withnsanu singlenan iuu the uon-
sils. plaught of the Nazis and their
I have seen enough dimples on satellite armies ,is forced to re-
knees, etc., so I says to Henry treat beyond the Urals?
why can't we have something "If that were to happen, Hitler
new. Why not a contest for the would be able to concentrate the'
nation's biggest sucker--every- major part of his forces in Western
body could enter. Alright, says ,Europe. An Allied invasion of the
Henry, you could get into that continent, under such adverse cir-
one your ownself-you wouldn't cumstances, would cost us a hun-
need to show your tonsils, you dred or a thousand times the num-
could just show your ignorance. ber of American soldiers than if
Henry pulls some pretty good we invaded immediately. ..The
ones.
But down to business--on i
suckers. As a starter maybe we j F SIK S
could run a contest and find out 1
why so many voters figure .that V 4 K E
our new "Potomac-type" social-
ism, if it gets a foot in the door LICENSED PLUMBER
of one big business, is not gonna phooe 0114 Jetfeneo Hotel
put its other foot in your busi-
n ess n ex t. .. . .. I
Yours with the low down, ,
JQ SERRA. LOPEZ Funeral Service
Just Depends Established 1885
Dimwitt-Don't you think it Litensd Frunwal Dieetenrs
would be a good think if our leg-' and Embalten
islators were limited to one term.? 4-Hour Ambulance Srvice
Dolcini-That would depend on o
where the term would be served. PHONE 185 NIGHT gia
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Cafeteria Supper
Tomorrow Night
Crawfish salad and home-
made pies will again be featured
on the menu of the cafeteria
supper being served tomorrow
night at the Woman's Club on
Duval street.
Among the other tasty foods
to be served are baked ham, po-
tatoe salad and baked beans.
By attending these popular
suppers, it is stated, the public
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ANY TIME YOU'RE IN OMSK

By EDDY GILMORE IlMessrs. Schecr, Hollander and
Wide World Features Solow, but there's a prevailing
KUIBYSHEV, At,. .--'Wayl opinion that Mr. Hollander's
out in Siberia's On.sk live three handle is Sid.
I handle is Sid.
fur buyers---tlhe MN.sIsrn;. Sheerr( ,
r b --t s S The three have been in Siberia
Hollander ind S{lr,\)'.--;;-; Am ,cr-'
six years, going back to the Unit-
blan as Brooklyn id on Ala- ed States every two years. There
bama barbecue.
They have beco Ie unoffi- are rumors that IMesrs. Solow
Theyand Scheer are getting readyto
cial welcolminxg coixmia ttie for any
and alwl Amingcnii who Fany' pull anchors soon for home leave.
and all Ancricl; n \\,1 apple Also, there's the prevailing
through Omsk on, 11(, tramn,;- .,
Sibterian aily. eyre the opinion that all three gentlemen
ran uil o t f Brooklyn, and proud
glad-hand boys who want t o talk of ro Brooklyn, and itproud
about furs and hIne.--blut mostly Do th y k b Wel
home. Do they keep busy? Well, I'll
Obviously, not n America give it to you ike I got it-from
breeze through Ginsi, h" t there the Major:
breeze through Osk ,but there "Busy?" shouted Messrs. Scheer,
are a few, sat 5l~a 1 we \\ thm
are a few, ta 11e inHollander and Solow in chorus,
otne last six b lu nll i s. A u n A cu Ie s .. .. rr j i. si n
the last sihenited States buys 75
members of th United why, the d States .buys 7 .
basso o ai, a Iper cent of its furs from Russia,
bashe Msy sr .Scr, l, d rlls and you don't have that West
eand Morlins . tS Is lnr I Point mathematical education for
and Solow live at O)tsk'sprn- nothing tha wouldn't tell you
ipalhostey, e tay Sibi hat we three are 100 per cent of
Hotel. Their business is buying Aerica's fur buyers in Russia.
furs for American, s. ric fitur buyers nRussia
They're Psychic Are we busy?" ke This
1Americans who sc .seen then TheWell. It's Like This
lately say they cha spot n hmer- The Messrs. Scheer, Hollander
lately say they an e- and Solow have lived among
Siberian traveling o ta ns- Siberians so long they have def-
Siberian us f, (,fitferrte, than ite ideas about the Russian in-
they can the ,pelt of the princely iabite ideants about the Russian in-
e, fox (i his % y awishabitants of the region.
liilVel' fox tiiiking siS \\u\ly uI d1'O1
the Siberian \ ia:;li "Are they tough?" asked one
"I don't kno o it is," said --the Ilajor forgot which one, for
aI don't know aw it is," sid they are inclined to talk at once
an Amern mjo just return, -"are they tough? Why, they'll
"but those boys wer at the train" kick the daylights out of any Nazi
to meet me when it pulled in." in the world!"
Nobody ever secmin to come Messrs. Scheer, Hollander and
back with the first names of the Solow may be short on news from
home, but all the visiting firemen
EAST COAST RAILROAD say they're long on hospitality.
OWNERSHIP CHANGED They want it definitely kowfi
that' they are always home.
MIAMI, Aug. 12 (FNS).-The
Florida East Coast Railroad HE'S COLLECTED
(Flagler Systen,. which has been 621 ARMY INSIGNIA-
in control of Wall Street inter-
ests (J. P. Morgan & Co.), was (ny Amo<,leted Prems)
returned to Florida ownership McCHORD FIELD, Wash., Aug.
when Ed. Ball, drlninistrator of 12.-When a friend retired from
the Alfred Iln'Pont Estate, and the Army in 1926 and gave him
S. I. Lynch of Miami, wealthy this 35th infantry' insignia, War-
real estate operator, joined rant Officer Joseph Berst began
hands in a p;t!r.ip which collecting the badges. Although
gives them control of the road, he has 621 of them and has in-
With control wrested from the vested $200 in his hobby, Berst es-
Morgan interests, the Florida timates he has only about half the
East Coast lt ailroad comes back war department's authorized in-
pt last to Ilii;i Mi)wi'irship, signia.
The Ball-lynch intrcest repre-
sents over half of the $45,000,000 MAYBE
F.E.C. bond issue. A .,vn.. .. .. ....


FILM WATER-SAFETY
AND OTHER PICTURES
SILVER SPRINGS, Aug. 12
(FNS).-Tw(o military motion
picture units sot lup headquarters
at Silver Springs this week to
film water-salcty and li e-saving
pictures for uSe in military train-
ing.
A series of such pictures will
be filmed, ollficiils said, and
Florida's vl- r:" ce, Ross Allen,
has been engaged to assist as
technical advisor and instructor
to the U. S. Coast Guard and
Army Air Corps units sent here
to make the ,;ccnes. Expert
swimmers and divers were sent
from Detroit to helpe with the
work, while a crew of 25 from
the air corps will participate.
General Manager Shorty Da-
vidson of Silver Springs said that
the public would be permitted
to witness the filming, which
will be in progress for the next
three weeks


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PhoM 177 Free Deliveru
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young acuor prouuuly re-
marked to his father, "I've got a
part at last, dad. It's a new play,
and I'm a man who has been
married 20 years". a
"Splendid! That's a start, any-
way", said his father. "Maybe it
won't be long before they'll give
you a speaking part".


CAMP PHYSICIANS

PASS IRA ALBUIY


REDS APPLY
(Continued from Page One)
than 1,000,000 Rusilans have
been killed and more than 6S000


DOCTORS AT CAMP BLAWD. Russian planes and more than 7.-
ING CLAIM H Is IN 000 tanks have been destroyed


"PERFECT HEALTH"

Judge William V. Albury this
morning received a letter from
Ira Albury, justice of the peace in
Key West, in which he said that


during the same period.
From the Caucasus came a
dispatch that the Germans are
now driving toward the Black
Sea in attempts to deprive the
Red Navy of bases there and also


the doctors at Camp Blanding had or n
..1 .. I I- to encircle Russian forces now


pronounced him to be in perfectt
health."


fighting in that area. German


Justice Albury said himself be- columns, Berlin claimed, are
fore he went away that X-rays now only 150 miles from the


The new Red Cross Class will
meet Thursday from 2:30 to 4:30
p. m. for its first lesson under the
direction of MVrs. C. H. Nelson,
trained nurse.
All interested are requested to
be in attendance,
MARRIAGE MART
Reno H. Cargle, 22, of Tay
Springs, Ga., who is in the army
here, and Dorothy M. Sands, 16, of
Key West, were married yester-
day afternoon by County Judge
Raymond R. Lord.


ed to be in a frail condition,


In his letter, however, he said
that X-rays taken at Blanding
showed his lungs to be sound. He
added that, however that might
be, which is in the reverse of
what the X-rays in Key West
showed, he is positive that he is
not able to do hard work. He said
too that since his arrival at Bland-
ing he has lost three and one-half
pounds, which probably has been
due to nightly asthmatic attacks.
Judge Albury, when he return-
ed to Blanding, following a 14-
days' leave of absence in Key
Wpst, took along with him the
findings of local physicians about
his condition, but declared that
they were not only discounted
but he was said to be physically
sound.

COURT HOUSE NOW

MINUS OF JANITOR

The coutity court house is now
without janitor service, and it was
said there today that, for the time
being, "every man must clean his
own office".
Thomas Whitmarsh, the janitor,
1s ill, and the assistant janitor, at
three o'clock in the afternoon, en-
tered Clerk Ross Sawyer's office
and asked what was he, the as-
sistant, to do with the courthouse
keys.
"What to do with them?" Mr.
Sawyer repeated. "Why, keep
them as you have always kept
them".
"But I'm quitting right now",
the assistant replied.
Further,.N '. Sawyer explained,
Fabio Olivieri, the day watchman
is ill, and nobody has been named
to fill his place until he gets bet-
-ter..
Shbttage of labor, it was ex-
plained, c rt
house
ice a ..
'Tfla of the u
committee, is in charge of em-
ploying men, but, thus far, he has
been unable to find anybody to
work in the janitor service.
14r. Sawyer advised that men
who want a job in the janitor serv-
ice should apply to Mr, Thomp-
son.

Unusual Church Record
BALTIMORE, 1vd.-Charles C.
Russell was recently honored by
the West Baltimore Methodist
Church for his church attendance
record-he had missed only one
Sunday service for the past for-
ty-three years. His only absence
was on the morning of the great
Baltimore fire, Feb. 7, 1904, when
he was drenched with water
when a fire hose broke' and he
was forced to return home.


Turkish front in the vicinity of
Tiflis.


WEATHER REPORT

Temperatures
Observation taken at 8:30 a. m.,
E.W.T. (City Office)
Highest last 24 hours ..... 1
Lowest last night .82
M ean ............. .. ... ... ..... 86
Normal ... ....... .....84
Precipitation
Rainfall, 24 hours ending
8:30 a. m., inches 0.00
Total rainfall since Aug. 1,
inches ....... ......... - 0.08
Deficiency since August 1,
inches -1.62
Total rainfall since Jan. 1,
inches .............- ---....---- 21.27
Excess since January I,
inches 2.53
Relative Humidity
Tomorrow's Almanac
Sunrise -...----------.-- '7:00 a. m.


S'unet .
Moonrise .. ..


.....- ...- 8:0:3 p. n.
.- 8:17 a. m.


Moonset -........... --. 0:12 p. m.
Tomorrow's Tides
(Naval Base)
High Tide Low Tide
11:30 a.m. 4:49 a.m.
5:48 p.m.
FORECAST
Key West and Vicinity: Little
change in temperature, with scat-
tered thundershowers this after-
noon and possibly tonight.
Florida: Local thundershowers
this afternoon and possibly over
north portion tonight; normal
temperatures.
iHatteras, N. C., to Apalachicola,
Fla.: No small craft or storm
warnings have been issued,
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