The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 9, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
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).

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Funeral services for William
.:; M. Curry 47t owner ,and manager -I h,

....J of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling \ p ; One Royal Navy man was killed and another seriously injuredin

..L <.".1 company :71? Duval 'street, who an explosion cf a.hand grenade aboard H.M.s. Crossbow. one of ,

died yesterday'o'f electric shock two British vessels now in training with the U. S. Naval Base here. 4t 'A

; Jus.plant:' will be held this afternoon 'The explosion occurred on the ship about 25 miles south of Key

in- Pritchard's'Funeral: '
'Home yesterday.
: In the sam:; explosion. Lt. Comdr. C. S. Batlcrsby, NR com-
Later the OCij'wm. bc"fhippcd -
,7 tAP WtreYaot; ., I 1 manding officer of the Crt slow, received slight superficial wounds] M
Alabama : j ji
to Ozark ,"for burial.\.
His only survivor here Js' hU I GENERAL DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER SMILES and frowns In speaking to students of ColumbiaUniversity's 1 i i that required only first aid treatment -. .1.
; summer session from the'steps ofLop- Memorial library on the eampu*-in New York. I I
wile,. Sidney; Titers; : .will be1' representatives ; He said Americans should "recognize"kinship :with f "all the world and conduct government in that Commissioned '
-ofthe' Key:; West concept." He spoke to nearly 10.000 assembled( before .the library. the day after ,he flatly "disavowed The dead man was Americans 1 t .
Li9DS 'Club. and;/..Xey t'Wcbf Golf I any political ambitions. ff Gunner Leonard Stanley

Club- ol' which "he wad members ---.. -- --. .. -.. .- -........-. .. Allen,. RN; while the man critically : j i
I at the services.- ;: ,injured was Ordinary Signalman Killed Aboard I|
County Solicitor -Allan. B. i Cavendish Roy Peters -
Clean, Jr, '''!nd W:. Curry Harris Railroads Get Officials Going{) ----I I i e :'!i i. "
i. 4"is
-' assistant, site,- ltToefr who RN.Funeral } Plane
investigated the, accident said 1 arrangements for Freight

that Curry's death 'had been 1 Increase' Rates Commissoned Gunner Allen are I : \r ;f. / ,

L .e i i caused by a cooler box: 'which : Arrest Prowlers In being 'made by the Pritchard ; ,,
he to'ii-nd \\Y 'T
was preparing! .put ofI Funeral Home and local U. S. : '; i

lAP Wirehhos I the plant to' a .customers For Naval --Authorities.. !i TAKING OFF. ACCIDENT .>.a.' _' ,_' _.,,, .._
j Passengers ; .
ONE;- YEAR,OLD SHERRY Curry was inspecting the box ; 1 .
The funeral will .be held tomorrow lAP Wlrcphvlwl
LNN PLUMB of Los Angeles }after its arrival earlier' in the'' HoursJuly :( : DID NOT DE-
Early Morning Fathcr1:
at 10:30
HemS puzzled at the attention { day from a SL.: Louis finn when ADVANCE MRS. MARGARET: HOHL
I' James MacConncll of St. P"tlul"s:
I he. shocked.
she's getting after a bit of fast was Curry was LAY FREIGHT{ FLYING SHELLEY of Valley Stream.N. .
Episcopal Church will officiate.
found Ishmael
'surgery saved one of her rmall' j[ at by the plant.Harrill'Harrill/a botller told'- HIGH AS 20'( *; ; I IN, ''ACKISCIKS: : ; ,OF LAW EN- Burial will be in City Cemetery. (85 A_+.rl.led fr'__l 'YY,- mops her forehead heat after in
'fingers. Her right middle fin- New York City'
t During the funeral, vessels of.
Cleare. he had to the cooler
per was severed near the.first and was lightly.ihocked pass when: he Jnl'ASEHCOSTS: : ( (TED 31 Final I 1 !t OKCIIMKIVr( : AGREE the U. S; Navy stationed here BERLIN JULY 9-Two American winning;$ ''.000 worth of mcrchaadis .
joint in a household accident !brushed against the box will half-mast their colors. An airmen and -passenger on the radio program.
Sunday. Two surgeons sawedit t Harrill found his employers AS REASON r TO STOP 'LOU ERINC. honor guard, of U. S. Marines: aboard a plane that left Frankfurt "Hit the JackpoL She 9 .ton

back on. and now it is returning body with hi;head,rcs n" aaginstj '. U ty The A..M-lm Ml rn....) Dale For Lapsed |I # and sailors will be .at the funeral the last night' with freight for and the the program by. a. slip of
to normal. j the electrically.charged box. ; AROUND KEY: WEST to escort the body. Full mili- passenger the tongue. When the announcer
L WASHINGTON: July 3 TheInterstate 'It& I western part of this ''city lost
.. Vets Insurance tary honors,will be rendered. asked if there's "any
= their lives when the plane crashed
------- -- Law
i -. : f-- ; Commerce Commission enforcement officials J of Thefuneral procession will ,one her 'from the west" she
rcYnur //rliirp Taken:TO/gOrrr; : .1 ,. I today granted a petition of *rrMl ,. Tile Vllurar i the city, county and theNavy: start at Pritchard's Funeral plane shortly was a fater C-47 taking'off.transport.But .The answered "yes." fo:jetting it
railroad 'J i'rare going too Home and will .proceed along had
companies in the cast- MIAMI, July y:VclcraiU Ad- : tryto prevent Olivia street to Francis, Francis the accident did not delay been nine years since she
erjri.riart jaf ,the Jnite4<< Slates '{prowling. the early hours of freight I =:lived in Oakland.. Calif.
; to hiirufelraior Carl !t. 'Gray, Jr., today I to Southard, Southard to .l the bringing of to the'I -.
TAKES PICZUUESs increase passenger rates. -' reminded veteran MIU .....u".1. |[lof. the day they decided".at a Margaret street. and from Mar- Allied zone here. Today planes I ,

. 1"hcjo c\, gl to.ashigh.,.u; 4s fiiel.JastftUiyt bur rein.>tate-l l meeting i Jield yesterdayLhq% garct,to'the main gate pf..the...'''shuttled I between here ]and..'
, ak'.2f"p( & enk. :'ire companies;';menlotpbcdVftalitinarlservite'/ : !tt6f'tirY"M.iir eY"'r'afpfi"IT'. ':' cemetery. ***1P'\t"--' ';;:: "V\ '- .. aflkrt-wUh th ;;Karna .froJbenVies i\r hsTida-y- .
uie 'insurance on ( '.that bad been.. ef'/ltfr- ,
; a camparalvc. Assisting Father MacConncil /
OF KEY WEST. TO in their petition, cited increases health basis I I Spalding. / :I" at the graveside' services will be,<,,, in in'-operating costs"as: 'the reason 1tforhsking BeloreAugust 1, an eligible A statement issued by- City Lt. Charles., C. Hartung (CIIC) I I> (Paris intimated today that ) Tfil l Aviv
I for advances in pasI veteran mayrtll1.S1.atC: any Manager Spalding t.odaY'sa1d: USN. In the procession will bathe Moscow has been given 21 ;
I I sengcr rates. t tt f fIt amount of term insul-ancc-from "Officials 'representing 'the U. S. Marines and sailors hours more.tio1 answer. ;\the joint

APPEAR I IN SEP i is estimated that the new, $1,000 to $10,000'in multiples of6rUUregarates3 Navy Monroe County and 'the officers and men of the HMS note that was tent to Sovietleaders \ Battles
by. the United States Many
toe and
ot lengthof
Crossbow and Battleaxe
rates will increase the receipts City of Key West have conferred ]'I
;' lime it has been lapsed and representative officers of various British and French foreign of .
Bill Shrotil -Want- -Largc'rt of ,thc railroads $61,000,000 year- usually without a physical ex- at length .regarding certain U. S. Navy commands in the fices. If the Soviets remain-I \

iSc j ll llI !Iy. : amination. He need only fill out phases of law enforcement. 'that Key West area I,. lent at the expiration of the.1 j I r lfon.1js. i Were 'Small And
!"" In Ditvul Street k jSariity Trial t a' simple application form in are of general ..interest to the The next of kin of Commissioned ..: hours., the Western bloc will I f *

'. 1 1I : Poland To Put. t which he certifies: that his three organizations. ,Gunner;Allen is his wife 1 i,i make the note. public.. .:., 1[ ? 141 tic*t Danjagc. Done;
Tomorrow. Afternoon I health is as good,as wHen tne *It is recognized by all who resides!:. at' 22 Edwin Road,I \; :
enforcement -
I For. Negro Slayer!, t policy lapsed 'and pay premiums officials Rainh'arh,--Kent, England, while 1cm.; :Olden : !eritatloUcf Sees: KinglAbdullth'
/Ifor: SlioN rcar Fascists : for two months. that the cooperation the next of kin of Signalman ran :1 '
Of Mali f Here The privilege of reinstating on of the. pubic t- -an essential Peters is his father who lives!i [

Everyone in Key West -and Navy On Trial;Soon i!this basis will'available. after clement ot. .successful at 338 Brockley Road, Croften I f| Relieved Today .1 particularly. those owning David J. Watson. Negro sentenced -' July 3L only to veterans whose prosecution of criminals .Offici Part London, S. E. '4": -, TEL. .AVIV., July 1La.Arab
i invited ,: in policies have been lapsed for als The 'cause of the explosion is
cordially to .be to death .for the- murderof can testify only as to facts I': Lt. Comdr. John Van Ohlen.: planes dropped bombs oricity,
Duval street between Southard GUUDZIADZ. Poland.-(CAP).J less than.three months. as yet undertermined. It is presumed but"the bombs small i
that today were
a sailor at Key West last yea'r.I they have observed" and USN. legal officer of Key West !
-A district court will Where the period of lapse is the hand grenade whi.Vwas
street and Porter Dock tomorrow was ordered returned to Miami shortly try} quite pro?erlv are not authorized in the NavalBase, was relieved today, and little dap 6ge was dope." No
what is described "the first j three months or longer the veteran to explode ocean
ay I made about oauat-
betwen 4 Wednesday by Federal Judge I by Lt. jg) James B. Thompson report .was
3 and I ;
I p. m. case of pre-war Fascists." j will be required to take a to make searches -private: caught on .some arm of the I tieS i
Edwin Trevor, president of the I. John W. Holland. The defendants are Marian i' physical examination and qualify property without a warrant bridge and was thus set off. A Jr.. USN who came here recent- '
Fighting going on many
In the order the court instrue- from Pearl Harbor.
Key West Chamber of Com I M-tselkowski and Mieczslaw Os-{ as an insurance risk Gray based upon reasonable definite. board of inquiry led by Captain i -ol Palestine. It. was re-
ted United States'Deputy Marshal Commander Van Ohlen is parts
mercein inviting as many citi-I A. L. Gates to, transfer W \- inski. The indictment charges I said.More information. should Sir Charles ot.Madden.the two BU British RN I!i motoring to the Pacific Coast ported that Jewish fonts at Haifa
that they as jailors in the than 10,000,000 World "Complainants be pre- commander
zens as possible to be on handin years extra precaution to
t son from Tampa to the Dade 1 /:with his wife and will visit with are taking
Duval said 1932 to 1939 administered brutal War II veterans who currently pared to sign warrants and must ships is investigating the accident -
tomorrow j county jail so that counsel may i offenders. I i I relatives and friends before departing protect the oil plants inbat city
be witnesses
treatment to Polish in have NSLI in force eli- against
prisoners no are
that there would-be
today a Sat- to it.
lines leading
confer with the defendant for Pearl Harbor wherehe and pipe
| little be done The occurred at 12-: i
Post the Grudziadz pail particudarly gible for upward"'Of $100,000.000000 Otherwise can except explosion I
urday Evening photographer Bernadotte had
Count today a
I The order wasin to will become legal officer at
on hand to take colored pictures response members of the Polish Communist of this low-cost protection.Muskrals in cases observed by' officials -I 45 p. m. yesterday. The Crossbow ..withKing Abdullah.
attorneys conference
I a motion filed by the defense ;: did not reach the dock until:jthe U. S. Navy Receiving .-
: of. the.throng.! ._ J 1 who claimed Jun 25 party. j I III ..... "The various enforcement officials well after 2 m. An ambulancefrom | The object of the visit was to tl:y
BUI Shrout is the name of the that Watson was insane and not I 'of the Natal Hospital to get the Arabs and later the
I that the
'*" \ Nose agreed one was
photographer of and photographing he has an assignment -| subject to. capital punishment. No Australian worst situations to handle is awaiting the arrival of the vessel -!> Funeral For.l1rs. Jews to.agree'to the demilitarization -
They arc seeking. a sanity heap II ,' loiterers at odd hours and rushed Signalman Peters -I of Jerusa gm.

which busy will scene be used in Duval to help street illus- ing. .- I Munitions\' To Be Cut OystersIJALTIMORE.AP end means persons of support.without apparent.-- Commissioned to the hospital.Gunner Allen \ Saunders Londontoday(The f British reported foreign officrin that efforts .

trate an article about Key West I made to to .
being try
1 combining these died while the ship's doctor was are gn
"Any ;
Funeral person
three Zumbado
in next
to .
appear }'s and Jews to to
PalestineCANBERRA.APReports is obviouslyan while the Arabs agree
Sent hun en-
months in the Saturday .Evening I economic fame In* !in i it two Qualifications. giving .treatment Funeral service for 'Mrs. Mir- 1erJJIt wax said that
Post ; object of suspicion. It was route to'Key West. CommanderBattersby J iam Saunders.. 62. will be held peace
Service oysters but an.injustice circumstances first aid the British. are h9Idm'S up the
On Sunday I agreed that under normal was given afternoon at 5:00: o'clockin
The article was/acme by a Sunday '
I l to muskrats. The State Game and of' arms to the Arabs )
i the Cross-
Benedict Thielen I 1 there are few reas- treatment on board the Fleming Street Methodist
Key Wester i ItI that Australian 'mortars were j I Inland Fish Commission observed -
who lives in Dey street. It tells I I Julio Zumbado, 61 died yesterday :' being used by the Arabs in i[ in an annual report that the onable excuses for' loitering onthe I bow. i Church. Rev. J. B. Reid and Rev
of the good fishing here the i afternoon of a heart at-- estine were .denied by pal-I j yearly muskrat fur catch often streetsin the early morning J. Leon Wells will officiate. R...'....*.t Garage I. C. !9.
busy scenes in Duval and_other'I tack. Funeral services will bt. : Dedman. minister for defense,i I equals or exceeds in value a sea- hours. The matter of prowlersAnd The body will be placed in the
streets and otheft interesting bits held Sunday afternoon at 5o'clock .. who added that no official report -1'sons oyster output. In fact. the other disturbers the peaceis church at 2 pm. Burial will be TWINS GARAGE

about the city. It will be one of in the Chapel of the La-I of such allegations had been Free State is second only to Louisiana involved. will Gala Re-Opening in the family plot in City Cemetery M'_r Prl..4b "............ (...... "
a series the Post bas'> been run- I pez Funeral home. Burial will made to the Australian government -,,>, as a producer of valuablefur. "It is expected that "action under the direction -of tse: Dl"%.u. ST. PHOlo. IU
Continued On Page Eight be in the family plot in Catholic be taken accordingly. Pritchard Funeral Home. FOR SALE-114$ FORD
Cemetery. I CLUB: 4-Doox Sedan.Excellent Condition

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Ite Published 2Crij Dally Bleat Exeept Sunday.(Eituom by : -TAXPAYERSLiMQNEYS- .' .;. >xK:_. --'* Radio. ProgramsNETWORK ; ;; .i I THE CIHCtlT LEGALS COtTtT OP THE I IIV I,Key I: _West. wammmftma In Truman One 'of Seven Who .

L. P. ARTMAN. OWBCTHORMAV a4 IRM1r When you are spending the taxpayers' : .1I ELEVENTH JIDICIAt. CIBCIIT'', I
D. ARTMJLV. Baal__a Maucer } ........................1 OF THE STATE OP PLOR.u..1 I
From The Citizen Building money, it is rght and Ann 8tretsOnly '
Corner Greene |> ('BANtERS.Css. |
the which !
Dally Newspaper In Key. Weit and : things for it is spent. :%.. 11-4T *
Monroe Count HAROLD M. SHAW, !
The Citizen feels confident that the i AS TAXEN FROM FILES OF''
Plaintiff. .f.f'Y" 'm. -
I Eastern L c*< Time for central
entered Key West. Florida as second class matter county commissioners well the city subtract .C: hour, for mountain on'onrE 1 THE CITIZEN OF
as as
subtract two ".ur. Some local stations
MEMBER OP TUB A4SOCIATKU PRESS commissioners with that statement. I I change hour of fit Defendant. JULY 9. 1938amIIlUIUIDIUII1IJIUWIIIl1UItIIIJtm1I1flIt1ll'l I ""-
Tha Associated Press Is exclusively! entitled to agree ., local schedules. Last minute pr. ORDER OP P1RLICATIOV I'
-DM for reproduction of all news dispatches creditedto In other words the commissioners do not "gram changes cannot be included.FRIDAY TO: Helen baw. '
It or not otherwise credited In this paper. and 3727 Went J3th' Place.Chicago. .

llso the local news published here. wish to hide expenditures by; blanketingthem I Illinois. Mrs. Gloria Demeritt Perez :j'T-!
JULY 9 You are hereby required to Appearto
RATES widow of Harry Eloy PErez. who :
SUBSCRIPTION under a general heading; that may the Bill for Divorce filed against
One Tear 1t.,0 Evening you In the above etyled' cause on or died of a heart attack while in
.'?lx Months tog ; ef.'things ; .J before the Sth day of August A. P.
mean any of a score IOO-News Report 1$ llln.-nta swimming June 27
on to-
Three Months S7S Newscast Every lar-cb I 1948. otherwise the allegations contalneit was
Mcr.ta __ _ _ IJn. i.o.t.0skly Wo particularly have in mind the Network Silent Hour-abc-east therein will be take as con- day appointed cdministratrix of
.25. Kiddies Hour (.peaU-abe-wnot feMted. his I
-- estate
county's tentative; budg, which includes :Network Silent (1 br.)-mbst Done and Ordered at Key West. by County Judge Raymond
ADVERTISING IIATK Kiddies Hour (repeat)-mbs-wett Florida this nth day of July,. A. I). R. Lord.
Made Known on Application ,$ O,QQQ..oF public welfare, an increase of <:1S-Sports' Music Time-nb I 554$. .
You and f'olitlcs-cba
(Circuit Court
PKC1A.L. OTlCB $7000 over I last year. If all the" items included ..30'-'Music Ttn>,- cba-ea Se al. floss C Sawyer Sale of sponge at the municipal -
All reading notices,, cards of thaaka. resolution Lum ami Abner repeat-cbs-wtft: Clerk of Circuit Court. wharf
: this
ft reepect. eUt&ry notices, ynfmu, etc, will, be. under that- general head are *:'Newscast by Three-nbe By: Kathleen Nottage. morning totaled
tarred for at the rate of 10 rent a. line. t :: Lowell Thomas (repeat JI I)-CDS Deputy Clerk, more than $200,
Notice for entertainment by rnurchea from which worthy, prom tive of the interests of the 7:09 Supper Club-nbobaslo BNRIQUB ESQflNALDO JUAttorney ., I _--:.....
S. revenue la to be derived aPe i eenta a Una. t
for Malntlff.
The Citizen I. an open forum and Invite 41aufalrn public, without the'cQdd ng of private enterprises News The Lewis and Commentary-abe Show-cbs ) jIYI.U-!:-:'.U94 'work was begun this morning

ot public tuum and aubjecta of local or then the eommissioners Fulton Lewis.. Jr.-mbs I: schooner be built |
general Intereat but It will not publish anonymous : county 7:15e.s and Comment nbo IV THR"'T CorRT OF THRKLKtR on a to by the JOHNSON- ----- .
communi4atIonL'MEMBER; "TH Jlimilf. riHri'IT.l Thompson Fish Company. At : .
should not be.hesitant an instant in letting Daily Commentary-a boews
> : Dinner Date-mis > AM> FOR 'Io..ntn: rol"\TV.HT4TK one time many vessels of allj

the persons, who provided the money, 7:3U-Mutc For TonUht-nba IF rmxt'KRV FIOHIH; I types were' constructed in KeyS I
jerry VVayno Show- b.
know about each item The Citizen i is Lone ftanfrer, Drama-abc r..e %..' 11-434 West, but it was recalled today
Henry J. Taylor-mbs MARCr.S VKALE WILLIAMSON that this will be the first schooner I
weary of pointing out the Attitude of those ?:Kaltfnborn Comment-nbo Plaintiff. I -
/ () 1948 News Broadcast-cbs v*. imoKCK ACTIO'MARIB to be built here in 35 years.

persons who speak about the county or Sports Comment-mbs.ff FRANCES WILLIAMSON.Defendant. She will be named the Western ,
: >-Paul Laa.lle Band-nbeMr )
city funds without even intimating the and'Jano Are-cbs onnnn OF pini.irvriovTO ; Union, and will be used as a I II

Jt Alan D ,source from which they' were" derived. Always a Woman-mbs : Frances Williamson I corporation. ..
1:30-To Ce Announced-nbo "fc :Mrs' Mary Spurting .
it is remarked thecounty's
Frequently, "Ph, To Be Announced-cbs: N. K. Harbor. Maine "
This is .8.1.. Drama-aba You are hereby required to appear : Marble boards and pin i
what differen does it games
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST money, Leave It to Girls-mbs to the Bill of Complaint for divorce I ,
similar 1.35-Dilly Rose Comment-mhs in the above styled esuon on disappeared from dozens of
ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN make? A expression i is. often
applied 17th of A. D. 1948. I
9.00-First Piano Quartet-nbo the day July. shops in Key West this'morning..
to city funds also. To B. Announced-cbs otherwise the allegation thereinwill Reason: "the state court
I supreme ,
he taken an confessed.This -
Break the Hank-abcGabriel
1. More Hotels and Apartments. But the funds comprise the people'smoney !, H atter. Comment-rnbs order to be published once aweek I decided yesterday that they are
'5- for four consecutive week of chance -A
: News Broadcast-mbs games and. therefore
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. the people who paidthe taxes. in The Key West (Cliisen a newspaper : I IYour
': (-I.yman Waltz Time-nba publlfhed in. Key West. Flor I are ''violations of the law against -
and Sea. The Summer RevuecbsThe
3. Airports-Land Their reaction, should be ascertained to Sheriff. t>rama-.bc ida. gambling. 'rJ
4. Consolidation of County and To Be Announced-mbs Done .and Ordered thl 17th day _
p City Governments. any step, 'outside of ,thpfacc.epted) J: main- ':Five-Minute i Sport* abo10.OO of(SEAL Jo..). A. D. 104$. The steamship Cuba arrived '

5. Community Auditorium.MONOGRAPH enahce; and) operation ofthe county, it is Phil-Mystery Baker'Theater Quiz-cbs-nb Ross C awy..",. yesterday from Havana with 274 .ROOSEVELT COOLIDGE
Clerk of the Court.
intended to 'take in thVtlfstrSbution of that Meet To Be the Announced Pa-esmbs-abc Monroe County. Florida. passengers for Key West and 40 AP Newsleatures

(Rd) Florence/ t;. Sawyer. for
.. money. ; : .- ,. ,' ,,.:V { 10.30 Spike-BUI Jones Stern Revue Sports-
The Citizen has heard that in that Tex Beneko Band-mbs THOMAS Solicitor for S. CARO the Plaintiff. M-rs. Lewis Cruickshank pnd' into the White House on a President's death. Of tho six others -

public welfare fund in'included sum that 10-45 1150-News.()-Pro and Variety.Con-.nbe 2 hr."-ct. junl8-% ;jul 2-9. 1948. daughters, Beverly and Betty four merely filled out their part terms in office. The two

Fellow Citizens: News and Dance Hour-abcNews NOTH'i: To APPKIRIN of Richmond Va., are visiting who went on to serve an additional term on their own were therecem .
is ,
!' no more in the interest of the public Dance Band 2 hra.-mbs TUB ClltfLIT; COt'ltT' OF THE I
Mrs. Cruickshank's won :
mother in y.
msiory. -,
1V.1S-News & Variety to 1-nbe KI.K\K\TII J1'flI'lL tlltrilT .
likes to American welfare than is other '
Nobody see : any private ..enterprise Mrs. Harold Mr. Cruick
12:00-Danilnx Continued-abc-west OF TIiST.tTR OF KMMIIU*. lM \ Key The six were John Tyler Millard -'

-. boys go into the Army for a two-year such as The Citizen, for instance. (.*'HA' :\FOIt('Etti'MOMtOK COl %T'. IN shank is due to arrive here in Fillmore, Andrew Johnson,| horoscope

.. stretch, in time of peace, hut that is bet- Private enterprize, whatever its nature, %.. 11-<<'\ August to join them. Chester A. Arthur Theodore

ter than 'seeing an army of occupation should not be kept in operation by taxpay- Saturday Summary MARY. LILLA tit; F.VJI'\'E ALLEN ALLEN C.OLDSM1TH. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curry, Roosevelt and Calvin Cooli Tyler became 1841
l Eastern Local Time. For Cllltral WARRCN. SAM M. in this country for the same length of ers' money. :> subtract ona hour; for mountain SMITH a* AdiiiniMrator of the who are now making their home when William Henry Harrison energy

time. subtract two hours.SATURDAY. Kvtate. of and Leonor PAULINE X. Allen deceaaod. S.- in 'New Smyrna where Mr. Curry died after having been President ability of yesterday con-

WARHLOW.rialntff. is employed by the Florida II only a month. Tyler's tenure was tinues, but the nature is more

THE ORACLE The trade-at-home program will work JULY 10 / ". FonErLO"rRF East Coast Railroad, are in Key marked by constant bickering elastic and success will probably
only when it has the support of Key West Morning v" VAN HITSMA. if West visiting relatives and with Congress and while he was be attained by diplomacy as'

and sellers. :00-The Story Shop-nbebhoppers living. unknown spouse,and. friends. They expect to remain I renomlnated by an irregular' much as by the force of action;,:
buyers if dead hIs unknown, ,
Special-abc spouse week.
>-33 a Democratic convention in May, of energy. As the day advancesthe -
and his unknown
heirs-at-law .
TOO FAST FOR US! :JO-Mind Tour Manners-nbe10rf (
>0-Frank Merrlwell Drama nbo legatees. devixeev, grantees., 1844 he withdrew from the race energy becomes less. but this:
EXPo'RTS WITHOUT IMPORTS Ked Karbrr Clubhouse-cbs- ,- editors. and all olhefr parties Today The Citizen says in an the: following August.: does not operate to the detriment a,
C claiming Interest, by. through
It is almost impossible for one not Valley Folks' -'mbs under or against the said Walter editorial paragraph: Fillmore who went into the of the native since it does not I
Archie Andrew Drama-nbe i' '
Alary Lee Taylor,Talk-cb 'Van Hait' ma. who !Is not "One of the sure signs of White House in 1850 when Zach- provoke so"much opposition. 4
blessed with a thorough scientific educa- 1100 .ne'tt ,be either ,dead, or: greatness is freedom from envy."
Secretary of Defense James V. For- -Meet the Week.-nbe t alive el!. ary Taylor died was turned ;,
.Vews Lets PrMend .feAbbntt
-. tion to understand some of the mysterious restal says that the United States can A Costello-abc-cba- Defendants a ;;fIN down for the nomination by the, Moths lay their eggs among

activities by which scientists attempt to accomplish Movie Quiz I Show-mbe .' '- THE NAME OF THE'tE OF LEGALS Whigs in 1852. Four years later :, the threads of clothing, in the-
spend itself into defeat'as : surely as it IISO Sml1Jn '"Ed McConnell+nb* ,1 '
results. Junior M1s.I Drama-cbs:. "*.. i FLORIDA: the .Know Nothing Party named pile of furniture upholstering, inl

I could be defeated in.a. shooting war. The, Ten Cluo-mba ''I\"t 4 ro: Walter Van HaltbVna.! If living >OTIC'K f>DF.n KICTITIOI him and the Whig Party endorsed rugs, and in tiny cracks and' cre

For axample, the Navy, in its effort This exc rpt'm a i public"'address' ; ,A artl".o.-: .....".' his unknown poue.. and.. if >AMK ST.\TI'TF. him. He carried only one state, I vices.Hainrt"e2l.

.' to guide long-range missiles, :'au- may not give\us. a full clue
devisees, grantees, creditor engage In liuMner* under the ftctItious Andrew Johnson :was -perhapS |
tomatic celestial navigation. By this system I tary pf Defense, but it should "be apparent 12:3O-StarsVest Hou*J least fortunate of all. He became died in 1923 was renominated

the projectiles will, like human navigators American Fanner-abc j; claiming/ Interest by. through, 1tY.rlO.7 \\hitebead St, Key chief executive when Lincoln and re-elected in 1924. and w, 's.
-. to all Americans 'that 'th'c" United" States 1:00 under or against the said VaL,. Vest. Florida' Intends to re*iter
take constant bearings stars Grand-Farm Central and Home Drama-ct.-obc
on_ in sending vast quantities of g-obds: broad Luncheon Broadcabt-abc-. ; known to be either dead oralive c-Jerk of the Circuit Court. of Monroe suiting feuds with Congress led ination again ii\ 1923 when he issued 4.

*" and other heavenly bodies and by some without receiving similar goodM: i iij return, 1:30-Ed Alan Lomax. Balladsmbs'f J / ; County July, Florida.Pated I, 1948.! to House impeachment proceed- his "I do.not choose to run'tt?

method not apparant to the writer, follow is its Tomlinson.Announced-cbs Talk/ -nCe.'.. .. Lawrence DettllngIf living J. O. Hamilton. ings against him. He was ac- ',statement. !|
1"I '
weakening natural 're his unknown spouse and If Sole Owner.jul
: a selected course from .take-off to destin- I Dane Band; of Song Time--abc robs. J dead his unknown spouse and 2-9-1C-23. 1><*. quitted, but in 1S68 his party d:!- !' Truman served as vice-presi-Jj'?
I It is easy enough conclude that the 1:4 S-News of Overseas-nbe his unknown helrs-at-law, legatees nied him renormnation. dent less than three months wb ;rr)]

: ation. United States is "selling" these goods to 2:00...'Vincent Lopez MusIe-no t i; ,, devisees and all, grantees other parties, creditors \OTICK OF ".i..I..X(: FOR sin'Notic. Arthur succeeded the a-ssissin- :, Franklin Roosevelt\ died in'
tllve and Take Quiz-cbs;; |. In hereby given to whom fourth presidential term in hl'-j"
Naval ated James A. Garfield in 1881
experts talk about the "auto- claiming interest!' by through.
foreign countries. Quite true, somethingof Fascinating Rhjthm--abe -*- under or against the said Law.rence It may concern that on the 3rd day 1945.
: matic star-seeker the More Dance Timemba230Veterans ..f August A, n J948. at 8:00 P. M, and historians now credit him:
system of Dealing who I* not .
a book balance is being kept, but no nation Serlu-Jbc' .-' I known to be either dead oralive In the Monroe County Court House. with having done an able job. i
navigation and the three-star method The Country Journal-cbs I ; Key West. Florida. the Hoard of But when he trred for the Republican
as yet has been able to win a war on The Bitching, Post-abc v bounty Commissioners of Monroe
: which gauges position without reference Guest Band &bow-mbs' ," I All claimants under of the County Florida will open sealed nomination in 1884 he'' Roberts Office'Supplies
a book balance.. War is destructive 3OG-San :nW any
r* a pro- Overseas Francisco Band' 1 ,. aforesaid parties defendant; hid for the following workThe : was passed over for James G. j j
to .the earth. Report-cbs I furnishing and erection ofa
cess and successful military operations in Piano PlayhouseabeC" '
chain link fence at Fort Tav- Blaine. and Equipment
And all ,
parties having orclaIming
To Be Announced mbs I .
Frankly, the scientific experts are this era demand vast supplies of raw ma- 3:15-Scleace Adventure-cbs- '- I I I to have any rlghLtitle lor. Florida>ntltledI'ropoto..d In accordance Chain with Theodore Roosevelt did better j 126 DuTal St. Phone 250 I

.; proceeding too fast for us. Nevertheless, 3:3D-To Be Announced-nbe herein or described.Interest in the property Link plan Fencing f around NeCro" He served three and a half years Royal Standard and
terials.The CFosa Section U.S A.-cbs I Recreation Area at Fort Tay- after President McKinley was -
they continue their work and the human United States in connection The Symphony Hour-abe Ton and lor. Key West Monroe County.FlorIda" Portable .
Sports Parade-mbs atAP.YI ; are hereby .. shot in 1901 ,and then was re-I j Typewriters
and specifIcations a
:.. race will proftt from their research and 4:00: -To Be Announced I advised that ALLKN I nominated and re-elected for four' New and Used Adding Machines I

nbe :
its eff rlc to assist the world, should not Track (;OLJ)itlTH. OESEVEVELL.: .; I prepared by C. discovery. What i is s sought for the I Charlie: blocum Horse Race-cbs: WARREN. SAM OOLD.SMITH a* I Surveyor. years on his own in 1903. In : Safeguard Checkwrii- (
proceses -. hesitate to from of ; Rac.mhi4:10To of specifications and plans '
accept goods producers Administrator of the Estate of i Copies the i and
he tried Republican'nomination Rental
Be 1912 ers Typewriters
Announced-nbc Leonor X. and all the necennlry bid Inf'.rmaCIon -
of Allen and
will deceased
es war prove valuable for the usages other nations, in an effort to maintain the To Sports Be Matinee Announced-cbs PAI'LINE s. WIARDLOW. as plaIntiffs may be obtained from theCounty and when he failed) '! Adding Machines e Combination 1

T of peace. material this Tu Be Announced-mb.-abe ,. have instituted a suit against Surveyor, Monroe County he started hfs own Bull Moose ;, Cash Register and Adding .
of ,
raw resources country. It and each of In the CircuitCourt Court Vet. Florida i
you. '
4:4shu.: Serv. (rept.. S:45)mbiO.'OOSwanee of the EleventhJudicIal Circuit upon d::;:7'of''ilett which will l>e party and ran for the office. He Machine eMetal Files Desks

might be a good idea for some publicspirited River Boys-nbe of the State"of Florida in and returned upon return of specifications was unsuccessful however. j' Executive Chairs '

DIVORCE LAW CONFUSION. to 'a balance of exports Make News( : Way for i out h-cbs for' Monroe County foreclosure and plan served out Warren GI i :
agency ke'e"p Take Treasury Band-a bo. of a mortgage and other relief"f't All bIds must be in the hand of Coolidge .
a 'umlMor-mbs.ea..t
and imports, not i 5n j the\te) |3"df; \\lollars o:1$-Lassie Dog Drama-nbe parcel or to tract all of the land following..ltuate.lylng, piece, P.the M.County on Taesday.Clerk on August or before 5. 194 11:00)*:. -- --- -- -.- --- --" -

: The confusion that exists in the but in the terms"''of actualgoods snipped;; :30-Doc I. Q. Jr.-nbe I and being in.the County of Monroe The Commission reserves the n -_ ,.. -__-. --, -
St. Louis Matinee cbs and
State of Florida and described aa right to accept or reject any
United States in, connection with divorce out of this country: when compared with True Melodies or iaIzembs.east5:42Weekly to Remember-abe follows, via: all I.Ids made pursuant to thin advert
tjtemen t.
= Overseas
: laws is apparant In the effort of the U.S. actual goods received. .. : / Commentary-ab* Lots humbered SIx uf and. Seven "..yw..t.. 'Florida. July Is J't8. Transportation
(7) of Section Twenty-eight Rosa C Sawyer
Supreme Court to grapple with the ques- Such a balance would show that the (IS) and the Lot numbered OneI Clerk Board of County CommlaFlonem. -
TODAY'S ( ) of Section Thirty-three <33) Monroe County, Flor
tions that arise as one party, or the other, United States is running a terrific deficitin ANNIVERSARIESKnow In Township Sixty-six (") ida. jly'-IIntl Company Inc.

:: South Range Twenty-eight (IS'1) ,
attempts to avoid the decree of the
state materials
sending vast stores of goods East of the Tallahassee Meridian nr THE .Rrt'IT rot'KT OP
::: courts. ( America in Florida.. containing One Tilt EL15'ETIt JIUICIAI.CIRCIIT .
and products to other countries. We Fast and Service
Dependable Freight Express
are 1802-Thomas Davenport. the hundred and eighty-two acres ; OP TUB STATE OP .
Recently, the Supreme Court ruled eq'uTvalent in and fifty one-hundredth of an ....0111.>'. HE A\0 FOIt wi-
not receiving from them the i -
Brandon. Vt. blacksmith who inVented
acre, accoroing to toe oiuciai HOE ('< \TV.. l\ ('HA'H"
.:: that no State could overthrow a divorce products. We are not swapping material the electric motor' but I plat of the survey of the said -- !'..*' \.. 11-M1 MIAMI\ and KEY 'WEST
land returned to the General. CHARLES o:. HARRI nTO I
granted in another State if both husband things for material things but are giving never succeeded' marketing it, dying land Office by the Surveyor Plain iff. '
: at 49 broken-down born atWilliamatown f General: niVORCK.
:-. wife agreed to the decree and that no away our material possessions for what VL *Died July 6, Beingthe same lots ot landconveyed ELIZABETH WALKER HAUR1NUTOV. -
to James if. Lang by Between Miami and Key West
State could set aside- or alter alimony payments one might term "banker credits." 1851. the United States of America by Defendant.ORDRR .
= Patent dated Jnly 14th. 1(91. '
previously allowed under another 1811-Sarah P. Parton ("Fan and duly recorded September TO: ELIZABETH OP Pt"'HI.U.'H'4TIOV ER
Fern") New York '110. A. n IS92 In Deed Book Schedule
State's divorce nie a popular HARRINGTON.Z83C : Express ? ,
laws. Nothing strangles an enterprise faster -R". pages 40* and 407 of Road.Norfolk .
author of her generation, born in Monroe County. Florida, Public (No Stop En RouU)
;;: '. Virginia
The legal issues become important than Jack of intelligent..leadership. Portland. Maine. Died Oct. 10, Records; You are hereby required to appear -1 I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -

because of the 1872. to the Bill of Complaint for S:00 P.M. Ar.
number of divorces that . < KXCEPTIXO from said lots a divorce in the above styled cause SUNDAYS) ai
take 1819-Elias Howe inventor 'of trip of land one hundred feet of ASJKust. I II I rives at Miami at 12000'clockMld. 0
in the before the 2nd day
place United
: States; In 14G{} DRAFT BILL ENACTED wide being fifty feet In widthon on or
the first I A. D. 194*. otherwise the -allegation night. '
i for example, there were (C2G.OOO j divorces ..: ;,'.' practical sewing ma- each side of the renter line I therein will be taken as .
chine, finding no backing for i it of the Florida East Coast Railway confessed. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

#' or roughly one to every four marriagesThe The draft bill passed by Congress, in America and having a hard constructed as formerly on and located across said and This Order la to be publishedonce SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock: Midnight -
4 figure, we believe, was less in- 1947 fixes-' 'the :total strength1 for the military time before final success, born;in deeds lots. Reference recorded ,In being Deed had BookV. to weeks II In week The for Key four Went Citizen a.newspaper ., "S:00 o'clock and arrives A.M. at Key West at
Mass. Died Oct. the v
Spencer 3. published In Cityof -
s- although accurate statistics; are hot yet establishments of the nation at 2,005,882. 1867. I pages 3"9 to 3T_. Inclusive. Kev .Wset. Florida '
and CIX to '14. inclusive
available. Monroe pares County Florida,. Public DONE. AKTr ORDERED tide 1st ::. ,. .; .... Local Schedule:
,.' tS .,. General Omar N. Bradley, Chief of Staff, 1838-Philip P. Bliss, Chicago I Records. day of July A.. IX' 194*. : : ( (Stops At All latermedUie Points) '
C j
7: says that: passage ofh: ; /Jraft gained singing evangelist. writer of p I II (Steal Clerk of -the Cirevit Rttsu OMirtMonroe Sawyer. LEAVES: KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEP.r -
born in Cl I Ton and each of you are berebprequired 8CO o'clock
ular gospel Fkrida -i'o SUNDAYS at
County )
songs p-1 .
Wall Stret that "for eleventh I to file in -
reports railroad all hour your appearanec ,
poplean" chanceto field Co.. Pa. Died Dee. 29, 1 ? I the above entitled _._ 'on Mon By: (sill Anne f; Lonsjworth.Clerk. '" :: A. M. and arrive at Miami at &.;c14

.: stocks went up when Congress q passed the erase tension: fo.'s ek agreement. and 1847-Edwin J. Houston, Philadelphia t:day erwlse the the Stth bill day of of complaint Jsl1'_ 154 filed$. nth In ALLAN B. CLEARE.Deputy JR.. I o'clock P. M.

: Bulwinkle bill, from which we" may to provide for peace through honest coop- high school teacher the'! said cause will be taken as confessed Jul Solicitor"2-9-1C-21.for Plaintiff 1948 LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

famed electrical engineer and inventor -II I by "fHL SUNDAYS) at ShOO o'clock A. M and
reasonably infer that it is to the interests eration. I It is further ordered that this o'clock
born in Alexandria Va.] *rrfTM at Jeer West at 5:00
7": of railroads. .I nottc" to appear be published once.I 1..1
The provision of the draft law, which Died March 1. 1914. j during I each week for .four consecutive BRAND P.M.
.- I I week in The Key West Citizen STRONG ARM COYIEETIUUMPII ; :
provides that no man be drafted until 1856-Nicola Tesla. famed New a newspaper published In Monroe. :

J" Any nation that plans for war, as a ninety days after the President signs the York electrical engineer, born in i County.DONE Florida.and ORDERED at Key COFFEE FREE ridC-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

JT matter of national "policy, is crazy but we bill, will not delay the Army. .according Austria. Died Jan. 7. 1943. I I j I t West 21st ,day Monroe. of June.County.A. D.Florida 1948.I this. MILt : FULL CARGO INSURANCEMAQI

: must not overlook the that I SEAL) Roes C Sawyer. OFFICE: and WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton fc: FnzIda.tIe
.1 necessity for all na- to General Bradley, who says it will, An American gallon of milk Clerk of the Circuit Court I" and 'atl

tions, which expect to survive, to be ready take that long to get the men registeredand weighs about 8.6 pounds; the ,for Monroe By' Florence County. E.State Sawyer of Florida* Crows PHONES: 92 AND 83
Canadian gallon about 103
.to... meet aggression.: 'put the induction machinery in order. pounds. '( Deputy: ..'Clerkjua5jiy'.014D46 ia a . RIU --- ,:

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t J : 10 1, "1 wired you first thing this' tantly she rose, from the chaise-.
ER'TO MAN ELECTROCUTED iqZt'ott: : SUlLEt' mother had been ,quiet morning" ," she told them regret- longue., '
: fully. Tm all filled UP-WIth Bart pressed her shoulder af-
thought she .must
': \ :I61ER.I N .Baitv! : e.\l\caiv-; be asleep. But on a sudden curve Springs people who Everybody's work here sleeping m Palm fectionately. "You're"a wonderful
sport Mrs. McLar.e.
she yawned and sat up smiling.
: three in a room. and I've movedout
DAYAt : : ; Her hat was tilted rakishly. butthere to the A naH hour later, in her pretty
To o"/, .,_ : f- ', was a cheerful gleam. in her Bert had garage.seldom seen his mother gray lace dress. she sat down wun
the regular meeting of the blue eyes. look so tired, so defeated "Jt'J Bert at a table near the orcnestrx
Key "West Lions Club' held last Iiey'Yti!;. What's the idea of : "What wouldn't I give right the same way in Los Angeles. I Blsckey Davis was at smooth
evening in den on' hunting":th.'J4't "year's license j now for a good strong cup of have to turn people away every as. his orchestra. Tall and dark
Seminary *0Ji; 'rfu 'Ont shooting at 'thc tea!* day. and striking-looking, with black
street, Program Chairman AllanL bird|, j 'piiisseo lasl year: | "Make mine lemonade-half "You'll: stay for a cup of tea at Indian-straight hair and thin
Hampton presented Miss Cla- least." Mrs. Victor said his moustache. tie drew seductive In.
"j' l 'R-_, .- I ie*. Bert"grinned back at her. as
ota .Roberts, well known young .ul i tn QuannllUl. : "Bear up' Mom.. It's only,five or mother started to leave. toxicating music from his twenty
soprano sol6ist. ,who entertainedthe }"tII lIpmiiliflm PlfJ' ten miles now to Palm Springs." **A cup of tea would be heavenly beautifully-blended instruments.Bert .

group with several \'! ,. ','Wl'llfs : Doing I ""I hop Mrs. Victor got my.tele- ,** she said. listened fascmaieu by
And while'she sat down to en. Blarkey'a lithe movements his
lections including the ever popular gram all right his mother.said.

"Avis Maria". :and the :'Jt-.""; "., .."lu.? I! "I.,hope she cooks as- well as joy ing it.houses Bert, telephoned to hotels motels to board- flashing were magnetic evidently smileThe crazy about women -

"Lord's Prayer" ,yR3lED) SERVICES t you do." he replied. rooming houses. But everywhereit him. but it was" equally plain that
She was Ct'Ompintcd'on the His mother laughed.."Weli. she was the samp-crowned. wuh Blackey was enamoured of ms
piano by-- Miss Anne Doushtry, .. 'Yi tC.A. has most of my recipes. Little did long waiting lists. On a hunch he Carmen-like singer Gloria d-S'l.
young .musician 'of Key Wes Jackson .;Quart, Whitehead. 1 dream when she stayed with mea called .the swanky' Oasis Hotel via. whose sultry songs and luscious .
High School. ,.ndSouthrd; streets month last spring, that I'd ever and. by a miracle.. there had just form'brought vociferous ap-
be coming down to Palm been plause from the male
Springs cancellation. Communicating contingent.
nr.mwauu a
l1l1mlliIlIIJIN"a' -
:The' club members Ma: r tacta: mn I
stood in silent ,
to board with her. Good' thing I rooms could be had for one flashing Gloria
prayer in of ThirdVice : .. ", passed the tables. Her
memory Frida} kept her address. night only the clerk said at-sev among
President William M. Curry 8:30 P.M- Brioge. Pinochle and .Must oe mare of your -"kind enteen dollars and a half. braceleted arm rested on Bert'S
who met an untimely death Movies. providence." Bert said. teasingly. "We'll take them Bert said shoulder her scarlet lips sang.
earlier 'in the' day. Program I. "I'm sure, ,it .is.dearshe., said promptly. Hang the expense! "Kiss me. while you hold. me
Chairman' Hampton paid glowing Saturday .. gently. They had to have a place to sleep! she lingered for a measure -
8aOP.Maigwies, .But-before she could, get They drove over and registered of the song and moved away
tribute to Lion .Curry out- 1015B.M--Juke Box .Dancing_on j launched on. her' pet philosophy immediately: then too tired to Bert laughed 'a bit self-con
standingqualities as 'a Lion anda .ths'pa. that thing always .happened for dress for dinner in the hotel's din ,, but -the'girl's attention
citizen.. He, then called Upon . 'unday; the best, Bert said.' "Look-at that ing room they went out to a ,somehow gave bun confidence.
Sa 1g...Leader Gerald Saunders ; house--ou the middle of .restaurant returning soon to rest. during intermission .to folhow
: Club discus
whit .rendered a baritone solo. 9:45A.M.VJaya' ,< nowhere-.They' .have" :had .a The big. luxurious bed felt mar. L Blackey: Davp to his 'cubb.boJelolf
.Si0n"Group velous-to Bert after the long hard ;
Vacant' .ChaircQncluding'" .lliOaAvM. 'GA' to CHURCH J fire.Ahead. of them 'set well back trip: Since- it was.costing all that lackey .eyed him with indif-
the brief, memorial 'service.- : Parties "-. : ::' \ from the.::road stood 'alow, money he was going .to its ference. "Who have you been. ,
Lion'Secretary gave' a reportrec 00fpM; -Classical' Hour; ':'se-' sprawling. : red-tiled house; surrounded comfort as long as enjoy lie playing with till now?" !

j'h'd'froci' ;State Lions- Headquarters ;, ,. lection**announced, I by. page and -cactus,. The said 'goodnight 'to his mother. Bert told him about the Rotary,
-on-, ''the"receht State : SOOP.M.-, :.FpIlQwship Hour''on'the Wall they were' approaching leaving her outstretched in a flow ClUb-dances, tuj offer to play with
ConyentW 'held at St. August Patio Singing scarred with smoke.-!TJieempty erect house coat .on a sumptuous Jack Traynor's moUon picture or-
; '
tineNAntong ''other Window" frames yawheu- blankly: time.he" was chestra.
thipgsthe'epoit4 "
;_ Beatrice Moreno. &t -I ,
But. as tney-'drove by, they saw asleep "Blackey's> .charm evap-
the fact that
'pointed out
Piano: that,the south wine of/the-house The sweet rhythm of a danceband' orated. His manner as he scowled,
the.Sta1' of Florida: has now ,ipOO.P: M' ,-toffee. Hour was apparently undamaged. ., suddenly woke him. It ai-Bert. was ugly, insulting.
been'' divided'' into five districtsto ,. G. S* (meetings 'Girls"" Ser The wind must, have .been ascended from the ballroom "I need players in my band, not
be knoVvn as 'Districts "U', vice' Organization-),- every 2nd r blowing the right way. to.- have smooth peppy exciting. Bert amateurs. And 1 need this inter
-P.-,"O*,' "K" "S" and 4tKM President lbert L. DiNegro; Game -Room: 'Chinese Checkers -' said Mrs..McLane.,who could al- grinned at her engagingly. "How'd telephone' nu m tj e r._ dismissing
Jr'i: the j teavs'find possible explanation. you like to'put on your glad rags Bert. "If you ever had that wonderful -
presided throughout chejs, canfe pin-pony,pool, fcNo one's living In it now,evidently and go down and listen to the -offer why-in-hell didn't
meeting and called for ::a'bri f writing\desks,' library, current ," Bert'said famous Blackey Davis orchestra?" you take it?"

meeting 'of the directors immediately 'magazines,. various. table games. -Tonight" She blinked at him "For reasons a mug like ycu
following adjournment. etc,1 >. was fi 'o'clock, "when' they in 'the floorlamp's rosy glow. couldn't understand!" Bert Hung
Guests of the club included. Shower$; tennis rickets golf reachedMrs Victor's'' :neat- "We won't be guests tomorrow at Jiim. And wheeled .to see Gloria
Harold Stutz, Jay Stricker, Jo-' clubs, 'fishing; lines,. 'cameras. looking boarding place near- the night" 'd.SvJvia'in. the doorwaY. tin.ger'
.center of tow'n-A pretty little woman "I'see what's on'your mind." at her lips, beckoning hun
Miss Rob-, "service
repb Sirugo, Cleora checking .seTV ce, film outside. '
she greeted.them pleasantly, she said .with understanding.
erU, nd Miss Anne Doughtry. maIling' and wrapping packages it's Rcluc- To be continued
but.had no hospitality to .offer. "Maybe a good idea. )
D fore':adjourning the club, receiving messages, phone booths.
... .. .. ,
voted -on ..a resolution/to be prepared stamps, railway express service ------ '
: in connection with the available' t<* SERVICE PERSON- .mnummm ll1Il1Ulmvnnl'lir.nnmntlPlllllUllII t
passing' 'of Third Vice President" NET; ; -1Lesle'igh -- ." t Doctorand.CIeibyTeamwork .
I .1m B
Curry and the Chair appointedthe Davis--Director; N.C.C.S.
following-Lions to draw 'up :Gerald '- Pander Program: Di-

the document, Gerald Saunders i rector r Urged 1021 Du aJ.StreelDEFENSE .
Fr L.Miller and Allan L Lillian Weaver Secretary.. FORCES

Hampton: all Past Presidents t Doreeii -Cruz': Information LONDON.-(AP)...,The British I
the 'organiza on. :I.I Desk 'Aide. : Medical A Association wants greater ,
.. ,
---r'" -- cooperation between its !
bers and the clergy. I '
mem-I i' FRIDAY
.k "Health' more than.a
''the' 2:00 P.M.-Softball for Navy
cal problemsays. I
Wives at Bayview Park.
.tion' "- annu&l report; '*an Department
2:00 P.M.-Prenatal Class, -
justment to life's negative;
of Health Inslruc-
such "as fear resentment;, fcal-1[i
ousy indulgence! rand ; careless-\I tor.
j i 9:00 A.M. = 5:00 P.M.SewingI
in' !
small part the
nesplay: no Writ-
and national i| Machine Typewriter.
level of personal
Room. Showers. S
'' ing ?
health." / v j I SATURDAY -

.The report urges 'doctors .imd i. 2:00.PM.-Boxing Training.
"clergymen 'to cooperate peciallyhi 'PlAL.
: 1:00 P.M.i 6:00 -Dressing

; ;, ,J.:: ,__ '**thinki"cases that In-"religious.which 'the...ministrations doctor! I i j Rooms, SUNDAY Showers for Bathers.i' .

conduce to t
,will healtlvtand
,< i 10:00 A-M.-Communion Breakfast -
peace of mind. tWILL i Whitehat Club, U.S Na-
val Base (2nd Sunday). f
VOlf' S.UItE- ?.- i 1:00 P.M.- Picnic, Swimming

Tool, Wiener. Roast (sign up
true To Her %; in advance). ;

Information services, housing, ,
j. SUWRZSE. GUESTS are not always -
LoveHer" city maps- : .Welcome. TIle "courtesy

First .. Religious' literature, library,.t .'01'0 phone tall before a visit,

'Finace Would, -'you, like telephones stamps*, wrapping and 'raves embarrassment.
mailing packages, railway express
off :
better if I'd shave my
t 8 service laundry pick- p-' When -a female hornbill is
b ard?
available to all defense (un.esand 1;
His Fiancee-By no 'mean& I their families. .-- ready to lay "her eggs her mate

t t accepted'you en account opt: It MRS. E.. S. COUGHLJN. walls her inside the nest built
makes'you- look so much like adear' I Executive SeCretary. inside "a .hollow tree:
9 l terrier: that I 'I :
little Skye .- .
4. lost. .< .;:| Seretary. I I f Ten miles .up there is a riveri

i i of air that flowseast to west
,A study is underway to'determine !
Subscribe to The Citizen. completely around the eart i.
__ birds : .. ,.. ..
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'P"O.Lt T. f C A L, N l'W S'A: *Iai ancse- mother, child the aid' of,the earth's [magnetism I )
I tripped to her back, reads in Toe .'iO>6qt CNesetrrtfon of..NewYYeriL's .1': picked 1Jp by some organ. in the
Gtar. Thomas. E.:Dtwe7'aicICcaabticU'PIEesidentlal J omln7' .bird's body. ." :
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),escaped.serious lDj1lrJ'ia'spec3a i n. Mal Valdosla. ,G -' The front* of the bus a vr
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t ? e'e R t lr Pt WILL "YOU. SMILE? -
Plans Unemployment"
Russia ,

Urals Dam CLASSIFIED ,Joe, ,dlc"Pastry' Florida Credit:

MOSCOW. (AP). Thirty Cook. Shows

thousand workers' will be, soon luiformalioB for the Advertisers Uptrciicl

building an immense dam .across Joe 'and Bill grabbed their '
the Kama River. in the Northern I KATE ron Recrijiii aa* PAYMENT lunch. pails and sought a shady (5prril t*Tie ritUtB Ii
aUOXKPACC TYPE Payment for classified
Urals. 1 i is Invariably in advance but lree.; .Joe pulled out a long package TALLAHASSEE.JulyKpbr-
Building a power station I i Advertisement under this head regular advertisers with ledger accounts 'and started to unroll it. : ida's credits in the unemployment -
will be inserted In The Citizen: at bare their adterlisementn -
which will be the secondlargest tbe rate of Zc a word for each Insertion charged.PL'BLICATIO may What have you got there?" trust fund on deposit 'In
Or in the Soviet Union and furnish but the minimum charge forth UKAULI aSk d. Bill. Washington reached $72,629866.50 ,-
I first li word* or lees la 3.e. To Inaure public .ti..n. copy must "
immense Quantities of cheap electric "While wife was at the ,end of .l ne:
my away
The rate for H ck' c* type Is :c a be in The Citizen office before II '
power to this important word, and the minimum charge for o'clock ID the morning of the das returned Joe modestly, "I made In making the announcement
industrial area the workers will I the first li words Is 45e. of PUbli,<:atloD. myself a pie." today, Carl B. Smith chairman

'have to move twenty millioncubic "4 .pie? It's- kind of long fora \ of the Florida Industrial; commission -

meters 'of earth and install AU'ach.rtialnc'la accepted under the following Conditions! In the -,pie, isn't it?" said that since contributions -
0,000 tons of structural stceL Tynt of error In advertising, transient or contract The Citizen will be "Of course, it's long answered were first payable irr 1937.a .
responsible only for the first Insertion 4n Clasalfictf A'.erti.l... and isDleplay.A.rerttsiag rhubarb!" total of $104,543,764.53,Tad
........................ for only the actual amount vf apace occupied by the Joe.It's, .'" been paid into the .fund. The
part of, the advertisement where the error occur 1 I

People's Forum . I.' . . a ._ I *Whiskey' is. not an antidote for fund has earned $6,686,596.33.7'- "in
-- - - I terest. -
I HELP WANTED--FEMALE WANTED TO RENT \poisonous snaKe.. one, despite a Contrbutions by employers
........................ widespread belief to the contrary I covered by the Unemployment

The rltl_. *.*!*.. eap*..- Bar maids and waitresses. Apply Wanted-Room with use of :". Compensation' law of Florida
... .f the viewa .f Its rc..- I
e.!.. bat the "H.r remfnem The Club Mari Gras. 92 Duval en; house, apartment or kitCh-j are deposited to the credit of
blast ..- delete say Item** wfcleb Street, between 9 ajn. and 4 for young couple and .I The per capita consumption of Florida in the unemploymenttrust

are e....Mrrrd The writers lifer*..* ..r......! I
.Ir and ....1.. the letters t. '. jly9-3tx from August fifteenth '48. Must I every, year averages about 2.5 may be withdrawn only forth
*... vrarJ cad write .. ..* side., -, '; ,-- be clean and neat. Good ref allons. payment of benefits to eligible
.eIbe .sly. %11..1.
.fc* wrltrr seer.west ._..a.,. the FOR RENT_ erences. Write Mrs. Paul : I unemployed workers. .,Benefits
letters cad well etberwlse.THANKS lie pubtisbed. ..- FT I NISHEDHOUSES. 'I Coover, 831 Litchfield, Wichita FOR SALE-USED CARS under the law were first. payable -

Icu requested Kansas. .. jly86txI on January 13. 1939-"and

CITIZEN Furnished two'bedroom house no I Model 1940 Ford panel truck. Ap since that time,, a total of $58-

children OT petA. Apply 1023 FOR SALE ''ply'perez Bros. Bakery, 1025 382148.06 has been paid but 'to
Editor. The Citizen: Catherine '.White Street workers iii* .t his
Street or'call '772-M. jun30-tf unemployed
; ,
On "behalf of the officers and ,M -
i j, 36tx For SaJe-2.bedroom. furnished, state covered by job insurance,

members 'of the Civic Improve' modern house.. Terms. I 127-W.-.- 939-Nash edan, stake body according, to Chairman ,Smith. fi
ment.Association. desire to ex., New.'.beautitufly furnished one-j]I jly2-6tx baggage 'trailer, $625.00. 71-2
for the
press''our' appreciation ,bedroom house, $85.00/monthly. :J:oinciana. .Place. jly2-6tx: i MISCELLANEOUS:".
'publi ity-.wbich you have :jso "
,Call, 1317-B. 'jly6-5tx One electric hamburger grill one "
:. graciously : with our_efforts: to pro- i4M3 .Poinciana. 1 fans repaired. O'BriaU'Ppene
'mote1civic' betterment in'.Kej : erator, .used less than twdweeks.
1164-M. jyi tf

.Wes(... i*;. 5> ; t.. .- Furnished apartment.I ,3 rooms J' -Majors. Bar.1025'- Emma. .Street jly6-tf, 942;' tudor'.super de luxe Ford. l ., v

Your 'aid in' "publicizingoui d bath. ..Maid; and janitor :.Excellent See Virgil Floor sanding done by experts..

ja ;'r(cent forum-was in line. wit service, .linens'>and utilities't Bungalow, small store, building ,YB 5,2. Poinciana or Monroe Motors I" Free estimates given.- ., 'Phone
kindnesses.rf'l '
: :Oir'many, -furnished Sumruer/rates. Cor- ,Inc. jly6-4tx I 163, or call at 701 Caroline':St.
.trust- that 'we,'may continuetV. I : ; : and lime'grove, on four nice .. ,K '
:reejVc; .the, ..cooperation o;f Hotel Apartments opposite lots size 50' x 120' each, in good jlYy l=U

'your' newspaper in all endeavors perfect $325.00. Good body .
.r hk:1i"wtU'rebound.W the welfare /" *" easy terms. Johnson & John- .
'2 robin .and paint Jack, Phone 600. I I Street jly :.ljtx
"umisficd Phone
, Thanking yoV.agisiri.'I.amil4 'Utilities furnished. Couple only. .: jly8-5tx 'it
Caroline 223. Ann .
: Shop, -Street,
< *:> L>.lf/ GODDARD, Apply 915 Windsor' Lane. I White outside paint, white enamel '
convertible will remain open through-July
937 Chevrolet ,
: coupe t
Secret ary. ; Jlyl-tf $2.75 per gal. 2.DI>.!.
_' .I .k .privately owned new tires ra- with increasing stock of)iew.
i)1Z'9-i.,cst x19.:1.1.rIa.. .' \yfnished apartment lf,'. hew gas I Ii Co Fly-go., 846 ZSKper Olivia qt., cor.Doherty Packer.& 1 ""dig new paint-Can be-seen-at inexpensive cottonsfor- 'clip-

Tony's' Auto Body Shop 603 I COVCPJ and draperies. FrorlY1Oto
"hftg4, ele cwwrefrigPJatvr, con-J j Phone 1597.
i i\ihuoiis' *h9V\W8tir.i.>Monthly. .Greene- Street jly8-6t 5 daily, except ThursdayhndSaturday

4 Phone2i'5.. .' jlyltfUFour )ne iron burglar-proof, fire- > afternoons. :
The Weather proof safe. Inspect at Pollock's I 942 'Oldsmobile like new, fac- i jl:6r 1

'aParini ts. Apply 411William Jewelry, 514 Duval Street. tort',paint Can see at 705 I
Street: un8:30tx '.Windsor Lane after 5 p.m. Dressmaking and alterations. .Ar:>;

.FORECAST jly3-6t jly9-5tx I ply 107-B Poinciana jlyl } tr'
i .
NeteJy, *conducted Efficiency :iOOeheets, SVi'x 11, white *
'h e )VesJ and newsprint ,
? Vicinity: PadlyIclotrdy apartment all-electria kitchen. 1942 :Buick sedan $980.00. Maybe GARDEN AND LAWN
with sCattered. thunder- 23c. Artman Press, Citizen '';
"b1c'batb"hot water. Small .seen at 1311 Flagler Ave. SUPPLIES
Showers today, tonight and Sat / Building, Phone 51. ,'
7, yiirday j :, Continued warm..* ? children :Welcome$6&00 per : jly8-15 -: ,' ; jly9-7tx Hughes blu-grecn plant food 'Jor
month: Ap IY' 909' Elizabeth!J.
.* ;Fior5da:' 'Partly cloudy with ; .* 19'41 'De.: Soto de luxe four-door lawns and shrubs; BloorrirAid
C"r" jly6-lf ;14! -foot Run-a-bout with 1947Johnson
< '
,'scaltered..afternoon: and evening t ;sedan Good condition. new fertilizer for flowers; :.sulphate
"showers'' and \thunderstorms Apartlilenlto.relat.' with Sea Horse. 22 h.p. paint .recently overhauled ra- of,iron for Florida.iS."!" 'All

:c af;. $t1lght*and Saturday., 'e'x= .bf furniture 'lis. S&n}. purchase I Beach.$400.00. !Al's Shack South dio'. heater, good tires. $950.00. available at Key'W st Garden
Krept mostly cloudy with' : jly7-3tx Tel. 1308-R. and Lawn Supply 14
; .pccajsionfl a r. '' a iy'1-34t "80-1 Poinciana PL, Cp ; ;

.j thbndershpwers 4dthe"Taliabhsaee j''i'J". 1 Uc.E'd btt'h chair, with.. .... foot..ref jly9-3tx -- Fleming- _f-- Street ijlyj&3l'The :
wafbdayu,, ---- -- -
I 'Yr s"'; :f. AporthichiYor enl.-. Apply 1219 j and sun'shades.'$5.00 each. Al' ..- '
: \Eas h'Gu.Jt: Moderate to frt h Beaclicomber
*ouiefly.>>vmds, over.* ,.cxjrcrneOioithf f lila 'Strce.iuIlJe..dnlyti jly8-2tx% I. Shack South Beach. jly7-3tx I !: ,: _

'portion, today,' becoming -, -
satA:. fniiderate# 6otttheast':toS Studio couch like new. Easy; = I
.. outjl/adight, and a'ur4ay.Geri-1 e AP mentsaments for rent 218 Simon' chair and Duncan Fife mahog
ton Street. Phone 682. .
S any table, drop-leaf. Phone
*tle-.ta moderate -souUicast to sobth Anno '
... >Wj1\as2Ye :' south and' ..central;, f : :,.: '5'; : jl9-tf. 1519-W. jly7-4tx The Beachcomber AT'THE

;pQi'Won*.through ,Saturdayf:.Partlj Of
35lolidy 'weather with widcliscattered Philco radio small pushbuttonand RETURN TERNSTERLING
showers, and thufiderstorm. : combination with in-
side aerial table style good
*" *
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$: "
The "Stutz Hofcl :1410 Fleming
Florida condition. Reasonable. Can be
Jacksonville through street, has' a'n:"''efficiency apt. A SA IMfr
Straits moderate I seen at 621 Caroline Street At
.Gentle ;
and several sleeping rooms vacant jly7-4tx v .
south windi
southeast today .. Low weekly or monthltrates I
: Sa urda '. '
tonight \ and ) Partly '
cloudy weather with widely ; 1. jlyl-tf Furnishings for bedroom living x (
I room and kitchen. Excellent
scattered showers and thunder in '
Furnished :apart ,' hot 'water. condition., 25-2 Poinciana.
storms. t Arjo ruonf; private bath.-Meals jly8-6t Iy
: small craft storm I
No or warnings 209'
have been issued. if. preferred.- Ann .Street,

onnnitp. police station.. I 1943 Cushman motor scooter.

lieporlKey jly9-3Lx Model No. 54. $355.00; value for

$235.00. Three months old.
West, .Fla.. July Sw; 1948 FOR RENT-ROOMS Apply 1207 Watson. jly8-3tx

.Observation taken at City Office.

8:30 AJJ. EST) Furnished rooms 626 Grinnell New tents, two large one small ;

I 4 T.mperatur.Bihcst Street $623 single,.$7.50 dou with floors. One is semicabin.All .

.:yesterday 91 ble. jly6-5tx furnished, ready to move j I

Lowest last.,.nilht. 82 in. Will accommodate several.. .
v Mean -"-.. ... ... -T -....- ,- "*> FOR RENT-ROOMS I Located by water and highway. ,> S s

*Normalv. -- -! _: 83 ; AND TRAILERS Ideal camping spot. Or port-

Precipitation able. Priced reasonable. Ap-
Total last 21 hours _, .00 ins. Large, well ventilated sleeping
ply Big Coppitt Key, two miles
Total this month .92 ins. rooms at reduced summer north of Boca Chica.
Elcrss this irtonth02 ins. rates. Maid servi<-e.. Also com-

total this year 18.61 Ins. pletely furnished trailer for jly8-4tx

fxcess this year ... C-91 ins. light housekeeping.:. Young's New lawn mower $20.00. Zenith

JUl tl.* Homidlrf Tourist Rest, 1721 Flaglcr cabinet model radio, $25.00. s'k
1:30 AJ L
at 1172-J. jly9-ltx *
-4 h.p. motor, $15.00. Apply
3711 Ave. E. jly83txChild's
( L.Ttl) 1:30 A.M.
crib, chest of drawers.lady's .
S0.09 iu:>.1019.0 nibs. 2-b droom furnished cottage with
shoe skates, size 5. 837
Tomorrow*! Almkn t :
garage.200 feet from beach Olivia Street jly8-6tx
Sunrise 5:43 ajn.
I electrically :equipped throughout -
Sunset 7:19 p.m. No children
-- large yard. Used mattress chairs and table.
Moonrise;:... - 9:46 a.m. f under 12, no pets. 1427 Vernon

Moonset: ___ __ ,-10:43 pjn., Ave. Phone 259; jly8-2tx 16-A NJV5 Phone. 1343-R. ,
'- i .. ;
I I ;.,
TIDES Furnished, new one-bedroom cottage ..
New Whizzer motor bike .
+ $160.00.1 ', '
Tomorrow I I near beach. Adult couple Write Boca Chica Field SIERt11iC S1lER. :\

.. (Naval Base) 0 i, only. No pets The Price Organ- H. Zwiren. Being -.l. :.
H tte Standard Time) ization. Realtors. 411 FlemingSt. tramferrcd'i .. Y !r
,..- Low Phone 124. ; s.rt.' ,un 81" 79. Ottll suer. /

!:(3 aori. 5:32 a.m. jl2-fr -mon-wcd-tf New Shure wireless automatic smut,.. Ilitl $ : ,;
12:11 7:05 pjn.AbDtTIONAL record ... "
player and changer.
REFRIGERATIONHolbrook I Phone 1369-W or 1103 White ::':'; ipntt sriuotts ..: :

Reference Station Tn: >Key C DATA West. Refrigeration Service i Street. jly9-3tx .....::-:'. .. -'Theist Iih's awl Lr onkreJ ,sw" far i.L.er1 ia fie -J .f' :'

Tim. o!| Height of domestic and commercial.: Work STORAGE -hta. *4tikepeea;id.4riM.s.. .yslcr lads to&t pIIOM. ...:.'iv
i1uatloD- Tide (high aster guaranteed. free estimate" on I "-_ .'- .. CIW...._fsAkiQ vptMvV''y ln5e.Ora tet.paons e.
Iondabric4. Call 724-W. .
ftahl \ repair. Red Brick 1.. -
Storage Co. Furniture '
( .) _--Oh 10m 0.0 ft. '31y26tx1'oa or commercial Phone 793. II Tie ,master'rnKstumlna rtrssiry to nests rriatta Etabrih is t rtaJUWrefter :-.

No Name, Key the \Vlorua trait: '
jiyi-tf ice loRe jrsn.Mjjnifarsdj seajnri M "
(east end) 2h20m I
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Boca Chica -- I .... .Prams Ifeabnh it ricWj m ht to sent JtIII uJ J BB for grail" ,. .,:: .

(Sandy Point)-Oh 40m : TiP,-Top Bakery and adjoining LOST II I al_I'iri e, fri Mel,.Waam piere im its hay .right .Ida .

Clflas Channel I home, with two apartments. White Persian female cat. Blue j the ....,...dtsit..._.the t1eamii t ttea.f its sorted.. ..ill&fr..a' ':
Bakery doing
(north'end) _+211 10m +1.4 ft. a trice :business
'Street eyes. Reward for return or information -' luau,I
915 Eaton ; Phone 895-R. .I&II' la IIUII 1111. IIUI.II Tn UTto'U :

000 _. jly7-3tx regarding same.1539J. I _.-tf.-.ui

KaTEMinus, s'in: Corrections I -FOR SALE-TRAILERS, jly7-3tx I "
"to be subtracted. Male Boxer 5 months'old. weighs f BEACHCOMBER .
(f:, ).Plus sign: Corrections to 1944 Glider h ased. trailer, all 50 pounds solid reddish-brown i .

be added. ; mel, 3 routs, bottled gas.J color, bobtailed, clipped ears. t Frilly Air-Conditioned for Your Shopping Comfort- .
"(h)-Hours electric brBkes ",'.'new tires. 42 Contact. IX Knox. phone Boca JEWELERS IMPORTERS ,

,tmiLiinuteR .: Rest'Beach. -' l Chica. 218 or Seaplane Base. I .614.DuVil Street PHONE 532 KIT West Florid '. .'

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ri'14I".4T.I.I k,.!..e.e BENNY' :..'.e.AYIIIIIIIII.l"'I.lIIII.TROPICAL.......................TRADER....a.s............. WHERl; BUY'; ;lT=:-: b fey;;; :IHIS DIRECTORY WILL ; ;;! I

I Motor Court : : .........................>............. ...55,.5555..." ......... ........... :..........................s................,

I Ownership 909 Simonton-Management St. :: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS ', Uli I t I s EI: tn-cal' WE W E REPAIR SELL ITI ITI I ;:.,'1 r ,:; . i i POOR OLD CRAIG :: t

: of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : We Will Call For and Dclher .:; .\ .. ':WHITE STAR E. Service Station ,

i : : SEE OURSHOWING : (j9 Years' Experience in Electrical Work. t
:J Serving Electrical I : :. .CLEANERS i SIM :
Appliances PHONE
I .BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 of .. .. :.. .. : J. H. BRADY. Manager !i
.LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 .........................-................e....c. : cDLLCct:1.: 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE .:. :. Marco:Mesa. Jr. Prop. : :: .Franc aDd Division Stx*.U '
: .DINnER. 5 to 8:30 555..5.5..55..5555..55555.5555555,....5 ...5. ELECTRIC U S. I -: 701.DUVAL STREET I. : Tire Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : II..,;,

f The Best of Steak HOME SUNDRY STORE :... ....................................t-..a. i I"'"'12.SIMONTON, *. -w STREET :: .......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer............ .
Short Orders-Sandwiches : : 1........s............. :..s.s................ .J' si,Dry Cleaning ..............55.5.5..5.5.5..55.555....... .
: At All Hours : : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : ; :'

iii' : TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS : : "Your Patronage Invited"Ice :. i PRITCHARD! '.!tiRUSSELL'S J: :.24.'UnA--HOUR Pressing SERVICES :. :' .RADIATOR SERVICE ,
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Open Daily and Sunday, : : Cream Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL rDRY: Free'Debvery.Pick:-Service Up and :. : NOW AVAILABLE: :
:. 8 A.M. to Midnight : : Sick Room Supplies Sc1&'ppl : i i t GOODS I I:. *. lUTSforMEN : :- .>Rod Cleaning 6 Repairing and Flushing :
............... e '* '>
: Toilet Preparations and Articles : : HOME : : 1108 OLIVIA'STREET. :. and WOMEN : AUTO AND .
.................. .............................. : ::...... '.X13- .5:. ;: -3Iade-lel\lea8t1re\ : : TONY'S BODY SHOP ,

..................... '- PHONE I. :PHONE292. :
.. ..... "s s e. ..... : Let Those Serve S : .: ; : 603-05 GREENE STREET ..:
: r. MUMFORD I ) and; ROSS Who Serre Best : :'? SpecializingJ: !....*.......-..' N eeee. .eLOPEZ : 5555555555555555555.555..555.555..5..........

: GOMEZ -220 DUVAL STREET- :. : WE HAVE NEVER -, .S.-.... inWomen's .': ......N.. .......e. .....S. S55:555e5.5..5555.5555.5555.55.555......51555S I
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i FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for _: WE NEVER WILL : ::: 'ql tJ. iChildren's :' : : .. CAROLYN : i

.. 720 DUVAL STREET i Carrier; Air-Conditioning i : : .' ', [. : i Overseas Hoel 919 Fleming St. i ii
: % '.
S Juvenile Furniture : Ambulance ServiceTelephone :. '.< .. : : f 'DONALD BARBER : ,:
: : for Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : i ,
HOUSEHOLD.FURNITURE f r J 'Funeral: Servicef We Specialize In
: 133 PHONES 9150 : : ,. .
.eewe.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.e* ..eeee.*ee.eeeeeee..., Never Sleeps Apparel. .*, F&ta: u i d .i5i. s. : : Scalp Treatment (Hair DyeingTrrm :
: Plastic Inlaid Congoleum : .........................a.a........... ......... ..' ..........a.SSSSSS'a' .:.. ';;" -' .. .. ,Phone.. 175 ALL rgnrsre.'r or!HSLF.VS ESSTELL'S !COHTISWA :, h:.
Axminster Broadfelt .. ...s s s .N ; \' .U eiiBe 1zziteral: .. : ,............................................

RADIOS and : \ : ; V. :1 i,.....f"D'ti. ecore t and:,'.. .: .555555555555..5...s.............
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Appliances : : ; : : : A. MYERSLicensed ...; .t.. .i.i.bntbaIIners':,. .. : o.: : BEAUTY NOOK !f.::S! ; I
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: : : : ., '=.'.:2M noJl.r', : Scientific Beauty Culture !}
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: : ;.t.9: :'" 01.# : : in All BranchesThoroughly -
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grins Arranged- ;.;':- :'..J'.: > f. J :
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. : E; .inbi(1wieEr Experienced .\
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: MON. and SAT. S : i PAINTING Contractor f --1. i -
( : Operators I
...................... S 't; Service,.-...' : .... :. Soft Water Used Exclusively '
: ,. Telephone 3127 114 Dun Street. Jefferson.H.o'V ;. :,' Phoni'lSiNight:. 638 : '.' Phone 637 536 Fleming St. 1/

Ii ............a......... I ..' J. Douglas Trevor :...........................*.........i.eea.e,.. Zii.i eSSiSSSSe* .SSS; .... 5.. .
x ...........................................4 t" "',;aaI. > .5.55.....5..5............e...5.........................:
PRICE TOURS 1823 Harm A"vc. Key West Fla. : Electric ..!1.. _,.. ...... :, Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited ,
s IS HOTPOINT : : : : Frances Beauty Salon
Pauengel' : PHONE 137 J.n : .' t .Iteyfefla.

: : Repre.t"DtativI. ea : : Refrigerators. Disposals and' Electrical AppUancas: .%,: 'i : Frances Park Owner :
: Washing Macliiiics for Immediate J Delivery ,:.r I SOUVENIRSt i 1010 GRINNELL STREET
a rS* CUll)W : ij .. i
all its Phase
,. HOME APPLIANCE ':" 'CONCII. .SHELLSAUSiia : : Beauty Culture in
FLORIDA EAST : f .. : Permanents Scalp Treatments :

COAST RAILWAY ..............a...............s.................. 605 SIMONTON STREET: PHONEJi f.: .:. :": :.1__'. _'_.. *w .: Facials' Shampoo .Manicuring :

.O'IF' Loc.ta4 K.d : Save 20% S: .55555555555555555...........s.......555555 s..............S.....s...........fs.........'.t.,. '.).;. '90'1 .V \;'. NU'.I'S-. ..- .' ..: .................Tor*,s.Appointment.......s..s Phone........1391...........!.
Fire{ Insurance. -- "' A !". ,.j'- : ;jl'' 'rW --- 555555555555.555555. .555s5.55s .55.555555f
DR. COBO'S : on nwrc dwellings.a n t i 1 e Landscaping Marl and Top Soil.J i 'C '... .' / PIIOISC 13U :
bldgs.. house- br INSURING with : ti. 'V''J.. : Marions 1400 Dunl ***, ,
: OFFICE : bold and perAtlantic Mutual Fire Insurance CbL' :, : TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER.YARD or $1.00 PER SACKJ<. .. .P "4, ,' :_ .. : : HUESO BEAUTY SALON [; I
: : onal effects f IrEWtoA; : Part :
n..EMmQ STREET MARL HAULED.S5XO for 4 YARDS' ,, ': J *.. ( >zy
: the U.S.A.
PoliclM Non-AsMuabU House
AU in
: lieu of La Concha HoW Save 15% on Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable/::'. '* S'' "oHr; :. Southernmost :
: MercantileStock : : 4 :Canada1o : Featuring :
674 y t
/ L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone !
: PHONE 124 \ sic : >: MacLEVY
l,021.0liVIiiSi'f! Reducing
.. ... ....................... ..... E. G WE.ECa i : Spot :
: ;........... ..s .. .............. ii o .. 0' PHONfi BOWWMrsW'COFFM'SnW'1, :: Re'ai"J40Souih u St. :. S @\ \ .Mechanical<<: Manage! METHOD :

...... .............................. .......'...............e.............iS: N:.... ./:"' ,;.WESTe'"J'1OuA;; : .Complete BEAUTY SERVICE' !t
........... a ,.....:._.... .... .... .... ... .. ........S...... .......................
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:b, I i B.-& B CYCLE SHOP { ;! t.!.syti:*1* .i" :s.:0.- ..r ...............a...... For More e Nat-ee

: Ride the Bus to the 11B DUVAL STREETOpen ... a- 1- <1' f.R f : A[ ESTATE : : ural Hair Tint S
GOLF COURSE : Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : .. -'- -: ing or Finest :
r 822 Fleming St R. M. : .. .., ,
: Daily and Sunday, :: -1.' ':i-.t. in Permanent
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Motor\ Scooters : .. e8 Waves .
Cusbman! 5 P.M.\ to 1 A.M. : .z ,
: I .t' A. P rai'1aI' : 5
:I : SERVING TBI ... ;
:, Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE Dinners L.T ; .,:: shad' Beauty

. \S( : : BICYCLE : Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE .- 'r.--1 ;. !,.,';';; t- t t h... ..:......
Rental Service __ c ,. r Lsr"
PRICES u Colony
Buddy Seats ..-..-........-..s..................-.-..:e.......* i.t. ". -Gl'UeJ1t' ,
..................ssa. ...........o..-.-eeeveVfHRE Vtai" ..aarf.Vacant 5: .r 521 Southard : !t
: : .Parking Flags : ,18,1RIf. We td : Street .:
: S ::.! .Quti. :: t'0 ; ) Next to Southernmost :
J.\ TJl.n .Windshields INSURANCE' i -; ) 1 ft.-\46Ti.: : .:' xn e School Beauty
: : "I. :
: : .Footrests WIND AUTO BONDS' ;| :: :' ,,. l HlJ EINER: ,: :. < All Licensed.
1 S S and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE>"::5:)?rj '0 Ii' ;;fxEa1.ToR.. -,: BeauticiansSpecializing .
Also DAYTON BICYCLES and 'v- :a j :t1lf(! Fleinlngi: Street- e. : ; inMost I
: Have Fun!' : : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL. : Key West Insurance CbiT f:| -:.' ,til,WAiU&aad Streetfeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: :. r Phase Modern of

: KEY WEST GOLF CLUBeeeeeeeee ..eeeeee...*...s..*..e**.e*-.-eeeeeeeeeBICYCLES 31S SIMONTON STREET '*, .. PHOK2- '1171.. :.. f,PT a11 l2t u4 rU-a : : v4 Beauty Cultures .
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....... .. > : Directly in Front of Postoffice: ; '
"a. .: "' "" ! ...... .f ::......Telephone.........SE 206 LAESPANOL.for Appointment"**.*****eeeeeeeee. r"

." ..... :REPAiREO : :; >f**eeeeeee..! -.................................... 1.1

.>S :S 2.Experience HOURS in Watchmaking SERVICE-:: .:, <- FOR,_i SALE- rOl_ ItENT S r f ;, .1 I.! 1.| :INSURANCE ;;i .! Good Work-Low, Prices i. , to assureyou : -- : : Dally between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 '\. .
: 1 : Our Customer* Most B* Your Entire House with : "''' b
accuracy and depend : '. Satisfied J OFFICE: :: : P.M-Appomtm.11b u. : }\
: ability in repairs. 1 : 5 ,SIB SOUTHARDI public by Senior Stndenta of .
Whether it is the inexpensive :. : 20.DIVISION BTREET: PHONE 1JW. : i INLAID LINOLEUM ''I STREET : TheSouthernmost' l
: seven jewel or .
the most costly seventeen i OVERSEAS 'CYCLE STOREDRUM : or ASPHALT TILE .i ': ", Dpposit.'Bus Sttlion : -

jeweL infinite car is always :: :...........................................:. c" "..,' ,! School
: guaranteed. 1 1I ............................................. : EXPERTLY: INSTALLED ,S.. : :
I If your watch is not : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE ,J 'PJtoneNo.1 :: i of Beauty Culture
,, giving you complete satisfaction BAR and i :C ___ :
: why not bring : 1 : .... o .: : 523 Southard Street l
: it in?Our charges are extremely I II PACKAGE DEPARTMENT ': Key West :! :. .. .. :-JHE.-. -: i There are a number available with over 800 hours : :4i'
I reasonable. : of state approved instruction who know the latest !
.. DAN VAROLL ': : S2S DIVISION STREET PHONE. SI12 :: Porter Allen i phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
"We Defirer" .. Floor | S under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
: WATCH and JEWELRY .Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : Covering Co.. j : -. beauty culture do good work at very low price*. Although .:
I .
REPAIRING ,I Companyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeeee : .: appointment are not required it is advisable.
Work Done On PrenUee .Packaged Goods : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST FLORITJtA ,3 5-. For Appointment Stop atZ3'
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Iteming Street .1 \ .
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1., ; :t : ..... -:. FANS $500 to $4900 i KEY WEST .HOUSE),:MOVERS !\ JOHN CURRY

:. When You Co'H.. : : ; 707 WHITEHEAD" STREET:. '- :. : : .
: Food Shopping : : A. D. TaylertFdrmlr:( :Hetse.MacrrL,.ManagerI :. :
Bet Sore to Get : CASH or TERMS :. BONDED rand'LJCENSEl i ). :. S, .
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:!i. RadioF S ;
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=._ Repair .................i..i.: ...........,........ :.. Installations and Repair : I
: SERVICE in South Florida : .........:...S.;.eUfr.e .ii ..\.i..i... ..S.
ENRICHED Why Pay Mote Wblrt.Yod.Clzt'3UY.fet..ES8.: : I ALL WORK GUARANTEED :
... : and Y"As XOU'JWrAH( > Ar usa. : :
See Beautiful New Majestic End. S
: : : Rf If1L35 Vilnss IUS : : FREE ESTIMATES ON REQUEST : "
The Foundation of Today.I :
Table atAl's PANTS
Radio-Phonograph 1\IEN'S
: \\ Ni3a1tr41L3S Vilusi.,$7. S :
S 1 $ : Call f/s and Be Satisfied i ii
: Meal Planning i : Ladies Coat Suits: HMr..M1C=Lodi4e s"Dresses/ : : ,
'jo. I 1 1S Music C REDUCE> UAtriv White teases :
.: ", Have '. i Phones 781 l
BALI'Rr.nv" .1: "J.LTZrFHOWB : S : N'M'EeC1NTILE COSt. 1
,, : E.y w_aeeat 1 r lv.P'"r.-; IN : )UT 522 Southard Street 'HAMI :

;. .............................................: :.......BECOBDS...................PHONE........1081...s........a :.".707...Whitehead....... St.. :.Nibr'Co4AngI. .. _. ..Pbon.. ...1J12..... :. .. ......512.....MARGARET.............STREET...........e....; "

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: ---'-M -, -. .. --.-----. 5- THJTKET WEST CITIZEN JULY 9, 1948

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I I ,: Tst t t r.;; ,_ .. 1755 George Washington
: colonial -
',!J ''"' ; ..;...,;:,. "* :' <. .-' I Located in the Heart of the City
"" aide to British Gen. Braddock 1 3s.w -
BUGS TAKE CARDINALSYankees ?'\'> .Jiii", :;: ,' ," '-.' I 1 I saves the day for British I RATES PnmVIC WRITE or WIRE

'" f/ ,, N ,\ defeated in the French-Indian j REASONABLE IXUUIUO for RESERVATIONSwith :
: ''oi /'! I
; I War, by' his coolness and brav BATH 'and TELEPHONE
Win From Athletic If *

.. ,c-, i ery.1778-The Articles of' Confedieration Ford Miller
*; Cleveland Indians i: Oilmen Play Two ratified by' a majority of.j I Persliing

I the States. ; hotel Hotel 1 Hotel
Swamp Chicago While With Locals I 1848-The U. S. flag first raised
Games a I 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st ATC. 229 NE.: lit An.
j San Francisco- war
t hover ; 80 Rooms 100 Rooms
:Sox t .. Mexico. J Elevator Elevator 80, Rooms

'c Hr The AuMrlafr PrrmO omorrow.. JNiglty! .. 1870 The Secretary of War Solarium Heated Elevator
authorize the,establishment of ;a
NEW YORK July 9-Boston: i <.\ \ \ : Weather Bureau. I y 'I' 3 BLOCKS FROM. UNION BUS STATION

Red Sox defeated the Washington -I;j I VtclarVOil!! Dri iOing i Cpmpanyjs ti 1894Second'proclamation by

Senators last night by ascore softball club will play a doubleheader r aC President Cleveland ordering I -_ ----.-. .. --- ---- -

of 4 to 1. In the only night o'f softball here tomorrow' riotous strikers in the Western I .oIUUHlliJIWIlIUIIWmlllllllmmnwmmr.JI: :: IIJlllIiDWtlIIJInIlHIWUWIttIUIL'IIImUIUDDII1ItWuII1U1ItIl%'

in the National I! night at Bayview Park, fegainst I States to disperse. rix ID
game League,i ..,. .: t 1905-Historic chartered train rr
local learn! I ii
the.. Pisttsburgh Pirates beat the|[ I- trip by Death Valley Scotty-. r ,:
St..Louis Cardinals 6-4. j!I| The first game will be against I from Los Angeles to Chicago in I II -' ". .
.a .
New York j| the SubRon Four outfit and the xcv record-breaking time-
,, won over j! ** Mr
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the' Philadelphia Athletics yesterday second against Bob's Sport Shop, : A 'w. I 1917-The national guard callled 9= f i. .
Y & *
6-5; Detroit Tigers'J undisputed champions of Key to the colors by President %& :

swamped St Louis Browns, 12-2,1 i West. Wifcon.. rr .
while Cleveland won handily J ,1919-The German National
The Oilmen have won the first-
from the Chicago White Sox, Assembly ratifies the Versailles 7 11R
half schedule flag) in th? Edison J I.
14-1.: 1 U
I CEnter' 1 Treaty.
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Softball' League in Miami ---- -- dr
Yesterday's games in the National I and are regarded as a very ; CAP xvtr ph;tol J Jr 1843-The Allies land in Sicily. .
resulted in victories for 1944-Americans take La Haye 1.a..
the. Boston Braves I good club.SubRon. RODEO'RIDER WALTER SPEEDIS: of Pilet Rock. Ore. hangs i iI : a
over the 4 will Bremmer! I in Normandy in' fourth attempt. '
Brooklyn Dodgers, 7-4, and the the mound against use the visitors head downward from a bucking horse with his foot caught in 1945-1,000 carrier-based aircraft tap -\Tireaoto)I. .. .

Cincinati. Reds over the Chicago : and on the Sportsmen will send the the stirrup at Toppenish. Wash. A few seconds later'his foot of the 'Third ,Fleet blast GEORGE: L HALL. New York .
Cubs 4-0. There was no other I I came,loose, and he fell to the ground. He was knocked unconscious
old reliable, Hancock, to the firing Tokyo. I business man. lifts his arm in a .' l .
games scheduled.The. line. I : but suffered only cuts and bruises. 1946-Molotov severely criticizes y '
after his electionas
victory wave
.,scores: r ..f.r .
-- -- Secretary Byrnes' di-3arnia-1
-AMERICAN LEAGUE: I ment plan and insists on 10 grand exalted ruler of the Iv .
---j Benevolent and Protective Or
Night Game Bob's Sport Wins lion -dollars:! of _reparation from l .
_, R. II. E., City Recreation Shop Germany. c1.r'of Elks at the 84th Grand 1vt tLa

Boston 4 8 I.i I I 1947-200 AFL chiefs map fight! Lodge .session:in Philadelphia.. + wr
Washington .. 180 t I Labor Act. The ', ,-"r- .
Parnell and Tebbetts; Wynn, Program I 19th (Game Against Vets on Southern Taft-Hartley Coal Producers vAsso._i '- .

Thompson and Evans. i 11 11I capitulate to Lewis' trcms to operate '
mines. 1

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Cleveland} 14 15 0 Bay-view t-ark. Night Cheese was a common part of STORE .
Chicago .18.1Bcarden TONIGHTFirst 1 WASH KANTOR'S OUT. early 1400 B. C
man's djet as as .
and Began: Gettel,j Game-SubRon 4 vs. How They Stand1FloridaInternational. : FOR HOME or :
Moulder, Grove and Robin SCORE 610 Dual Street
Second Game-Elks Club vs. I rr :
New. York 6 9 O'
n no no m 11 "
Philadelphia ... 5 3 0 ] First Game-Kantor's Men'sShop' Baseball League I I, Bob's Sport Shop won its 19th CARDS 11 .
We Are To Furnish You With
Reynolds. Gumpert and Niar- ; Elks Club. Club- W. L. Pct softball game last night at the Prepared M
lios; Schcib) and Rosar. ; Second vs.Game-VFW vs. Sub. Havana a 61 31 .(;63' expense of the Veterans 'of For I!I O Neat 0 Models SCORES Clear, lure CUBES or CMUS1IED ICE .

I Ron 4. Tampa ,53 37 .589 eign Wars. The game was the 9 Toys .6 SundriesThe r
R. H: E. TUESDAYFirst Lakeland .. .,47 45' .511 opener of a twin bill at Bayview1;

Detroit 12 15 0 >: Game-Naval- Hospitalvs. St. Petersburg .. u 46 45 .505 Park between Classes A and B HOBBY 'SHOP POPULAR BRANDS of : Thompson Enterprises Inc. :
St. Louis 252 VX-1 Flyers. Miami Beach 46 47 .495 teams. j i ,
Trucks and fiche; Biscan!'; OsI I West Palm Beach .42.52 .,447 and Cold rr
Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. I I The VX-1 Flyers whitewashedthe 1105 Division Street Phone !1 Cigars :.
trowski, Widmar and Moss, Par- Miami .. __ ._ m 40 50 ..444Fort (ICE DIVISION)
:' Bob's Sport Shop. pretty black suits of Kantor'sMen's .
tee. THURSDAY .1.I Lauderdale 32.80 .343 Shop in the nightcap. The Open Sun. 8 A.M. to Noon Soft Drinks .. PHONE. NO. It KEY WEST. FLA. r
I First Game-Naval Hospital I'i 1 Flyers 'scored an 'even dozen i
NATIONAL LEAGUE Baseball !1 MamllmIlfll. I uuwulaIammntNaauumnalmlr' -Himuiuiniinmnmmunniiiniim! uiniiiuiiniiiinHniiiimtiiiiinmmiuiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiujmniiiii:: : : !
vs. Kantor's Men's Shop. Major LeagueeAMERICAN' !I runs. ,
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I Second Game-Bobti Spoft !i In the curtain-raiser last night,
R. h.
610 Shop vs. SubRon 4.JULY. I Club- W. L. Pet.I I I the Sportsmen clinched the gamein t ,
Pittsburgh '
St. Louis 4 12 E'I' 16-; Cleveland .: '- .: ,4-1 26 ..629 the very first inning. On three ; q'.$ .
,CXUcrmueller" Higbe and First Game -VX-l Flyers vs. Philadelphia4630 ..605'New bases on balls, two'hits :and two I '

gerald; Staley, Wilks.: Monger, Elks Club. York ____ .- _.->.:42 31 .575. errors, they scored four: runs. .( ,

Hearn.. Dickson and [ Second Game-VFW' vs.'Adams' ,I Boston u__ _n' .37',33 ..529:I 0 The Sportsmen added two more : i 1; or: _
3akerJI\in'\ Dairy. '. Detroit _. on ': _-___36 37 ,.493 in the fifth on two hitsand an :' ; ,
*. JULY 19- error. In the sixth: Villareal .,
33 40' .459
Boston. R.3'H. E.1 First Game-Dob's. Sport Shop St.Washington Louis ____--__ __26' 44 .371 [ walked and Roberts-put one out ; :- .. lOW' iM "' #I.AJ r .& tptdity :

j vs. VFW. ____.. ; of the park for a homer. .
___ Chicago .2346 .333 :
Brooklyn 4J J1 VsU 'fl) .
;u.Masi. Hat-11 I Second' Game-VX-i vs' Kan- I For the Vets, a walk\ a single .. .
Hague Shoun and tor's 'Men's Shop. NATIONAL 'I I
and fielder's choice them
ten..Palica, and Campanella.R. JULY 20 Club- W. L.. Pet. ( a gave "' 'lffU.lff1'UUJ m&ieiutn atxt
__ __ their first run. Two walks and '
Game-Adams Boston ______ 43.31 .581 :, :
.. H. E.I First SubRon 4. Dairy vs. Pittsburgh .._ ____ __ '39 32 ,549 f an :error produced! another run. t i

Cincinnati<; .. 4 9 0 GlIne-Naval St. Louis .38 ,S4* -532( In the fifth round .
Second Hospital '
___ Baker walked twice and hit one
Chicago 071 Club.. New York -_ 35 35. .500
vs. Elks __. ______ I safely to- lead .the losers 'at bat.
Blackwell: and Lamanno; Rush Philadelphia 36 3JT! :480
Dobernic and McCullough, Walker. JULY 22- .. 33.36 '.478} Roberts 'poled two and Mira did'
Brooklyn "
First Game-SubRon 4 V'3.V.F.W. ,. -
likewise to top the victors.I
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.' Cincinnati 35 39 .473
..n I In the field, Roberts, Hernandez CHEVROLET
Second Game-Kantor's Men's Chicago __- :-- -- 30 43 : ill: .AND
Barber and Walker starred
Adams Dairy To Shop vs. Elks Club. ,' ( for the Sportsmen, Myers, Cald- .. .
LeastleaClass '
JULY 23- ; Softball, ; Vets.
f well)and Hopkins for-the
:' First Gam -B b's Sport Shop "A"" ._ i Score: 0 R. II.' E.

:Jay SubRon 4At vs. Adams Dairy. Club.;-": .W. L;:- Pet. Bob's _____-_.:.- 400 022-8', 7' '2

Second Game-Naval' HospitalI Bob's Sport Shop ,__..19, ::1970 i VFWt ___-001 '010-2 .4 .2

Park Tonight I I VX1.i VFW ___ ._.___ __ :-..- _' 10 JO $00 i' Roberts ,and Walker;; 'Arias andI LOW PRICES
;'JULY i' 26- Adams Dairy :.__h_'_ ,6'13, '316 Hopkins. "

First Game-Naval Hospital vs. SubRon 4 .. _- __ __ .__ 4 15. ,.211 i Home run: Roberts; stolen -
'I tIn: 'the- opening game'of a softball i I Kantor's Men's Shop. Class "B" ( bases: Acevedo Barrier Baker;I .
jloubleheader tonight at theBayview Second Game-SubRon 4 vs. r Arias
i i ClubW.'L.. Pct, struck'out: by Roberts, by
.. Park field, SubRon 4,, Bob's Sport Shop. ( 2 bases on balls: off Roberts '8. .
J I I ___ .__ :12'- 5'X716 ;; -
'1 Elks Club
ypjirplay Adams Dairy. It is ex- I I. JULY 27- Kantor's Men's o.n.Shop .10;' :.9 .525 off Arias 7: time of game:' 1.15; ate even .mote affaactlve: than in the .t 1 -
peeled that Bremmer will be pit- ; First Game-VX-1 vs. Villareal and Griffen j1a
VX-1 Flyer ,9,10. :.474 j
.r --
of I n
ted against Sue" Griffen the;i Club. =

Dairymen on, the mound. Theclubs i Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. Naval Hospital! ,5'.10' .278 I I In 'the second game Hensoni .

,are fighting it out for third ,, V.F.W. i pitched a shutout over the KariI I .
placein: ;( the Class A League. j I .BASEBALL. 'I tor's Men's Shop. lIe''allowed
The Class B sec-'I Municipal Stadium. Atlernoon .,
League game SOFTBALL 'one man -
JUNIOR ". ';. one hit-and only THE VALUE-LEADER Engine.It's the first and !
ond pi the evening. will find Elks' Barview Park. Afternoon SUNDAY ; reached second base.. He struck ALWAYS only low-priced car

Club'crossing bats with the Naval j: and.MomlDg' First Gamer-Pirates.: ,vsMa r out 11 .batters,, every player' -on : /Y. always the first choice of people who with the enviable Body by Fisher. It's the

,"Hospital. The clubs are in!i rines. I Tleitas .and E. : the finest lowest Chevrolet's first and -
Daily play. the club except FIRST want at cost only low..pricedith the triple
i in Value '
!, ;-'Clowns 'vs. :
thy. thick of a fight -for a good Second Game : Ii .
position and the Hospital boys'!I Service Nine.: ''. : ,: ; Sweeting.Sweeting on the hill' 'forKantor's : ------ ., :: value-leadership f* now so outstanding that safety-protection of Fisher Unisteel 1 Body-

swftys.givevlhc.) ElkS 'a good':'' TENNISBayview f Army"Barracks.' "Afternoon"SUNDAY *, .. ; was touched for 14' hits, ;> ) men and women everywhere are deciding it's Construction, the Unitized Kn -Ad on Ride

figh'C -Cannonbair Martin will Park. Afternoon -r I good_far 20 bases. more than ever the preferred investment in its and Positive-Action Hydraulic B;akes.
pitcft.against} Joe Lewis of the and Night To be 'announced.: .
'' Arrington each/bit field
Daily play Honer and And yet. despite the fact that CHEVROLET
Elks., I three 'safely to lead the pack. FIRST >in< BigCarQuality ><
i Moths love animal fibers.. The and Denianis each hit Not only does Chevrolet stand out as the AND ONLY CHEVROLET IS

The average adult heart is SKATING larvae of the moth of carpet Whitehurst safely. For the losers, Fleitas first and only low-priced car with all the folFIRST to offer all these major advancements

about five inches long and three 11. Bay-view Park. Night I beetle feed' upon fur, feathers, got two their only hit of the game,.a at Lowest". -lowing-major advances which comprise the of low-cost motoring it holds an even greater
wide and FRIDAY hair, wool bristles and fabrics --
half inches
andv a
soundest and in modem .
best motoring price-advantage and gives you even more
weighs about ten ounces. 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. made from them.
; riffpn_.... and De- -
"o" field. --- ---- Prices does it offer all these advan
-- not only major ; value for your dollars in comparison with;
._.._.. Rose made 'some wonderful
catches around second base. Kerr tages of Big-Car quality at lowest prices other automobiles today than at any previous

and Kelly ako played well for but it offers them at prices that are now debtime In Chevrolet history I

the losers and Whitehurst Gro- tritely and decisively lower than those of-any; That is why more people are buying Chevrolets -

berg and Demanis were the best FIRST' in Registrations other car that even remotely approaches it in than any ether sale car this year
winners. .
ta for the
Score R. 1{. E. quality I for the total 17-year period T931 to date;

Flyers 120 403 2-12 14 0 : Jt' the first and only low-priced car with that .is why they are agreeing with ever-
Ka tor's 000 000 0- 0 1 4 'J and Unitized
the original outstanding Knee- mounting enthusiasm that Chevrolet it first
,Henson Fleitas.and Demanis::E.Sweet ;.. '.-- ;-. Action; Ride. It*. the first and only low-priced In dollar-value, as it is first in nation-wide
ing and
Home run: Horner; threebasehit _, 7'U with--world's champion Vlve-tn-He demand.
r 1 : Sutton; two-base hit: White- xt

hurst; struck out: by Henon It

(Kerr 2.. Kelly 2, Lastres 2, Barber ,
2, Griffen Solomon Mea- : V f... -

dor); by E. Sweeting If bases .
on balls: by Henson 1, by Sweet- P/ddA .

ing 5; time of game 1.10; umpires '
4 4
: Griffen and Villareal;

{ 'ts scorer Aguilar.- CHEVROLETIS FIRST !

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SINGAPORE. (AP). Disturbed -'
by the amount of land I 1 f..'
devoted to burial places on Singapore I 4"M !
Island and the cost of 1 1s. '

maintaining member of the the municipal cemeteries remission a THROUGH ITS NEWS EDITORIAL '

is urging erection of a public .' 3 :
crematorium. The colony's "

3,500 burial acres.grounds now cover about AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS, ;. ,. : 'V: ; '


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This year the Fourth of July t
was also the occasion for a celEbration r: .;. ,..:
: : :1 .
: here in Washington of : i': -"'"". .. .
the hundredth anniversary of ;a .-
the laying of the cornerstone of ,
the Washington monument. The 1 N
ceremonies commemorating that .
event were impressive, as indeed j 4 '
t .
they should be. The monument'saustere r,* : .. .
dignity and simplicity of
r line make it an appropriate national I ..... ',- .
memomrial to the first
(AP Photo). : . above the Towering capital it majestical-I W. KERR SCOTT (right). Democratic nominee for governor of -

you to the city, no North Carolina .tries for size the chair hell occupy for four
which direction you come or at years beginning next January. GOT. R. Gregg Cherry (left)
what hour. It is visible for miles, 't Steps aside to let Scott test the chair in the capitol at Raleigh. I

in the daylight rising straight ,_ __ __ __ h____.__ --- : _
end stark and at night its sever- JIr
ity Is softened by reflected glowof TODAY'S BIR7'IIDIYSKnow i ii i 1 r Fire Chief's Fire x-

fluodlighto, but still a symbol ( America) i j 1 1i.I III
r.f the strength: end hope .which
ale the heritage: 01 our country.It lines V. Kaltenborn radio col I MITCHELL\\ S. D-AP).-I;;
was with some surprise that umnist-journalist born in Milwaukee ., was a dull afternoon when Fire
I learned} of the years of struggle 70 years ago. I: Chief Asa B. Wheeler responded 1 I
against indifference and actual Lieut. Gen. Albert C. Wede- to a telephone alarm. He dashed 1,
hostility which went into the meyer, war commander of U. S. 1 1out with the fire engine to help
erection of this monument Al- forces in China, born in Omaha, ,' extinguish a blaze in his own "
most fifty years of half-hearted Nebr., 51 years aeo. i I i i I car. ILLUMINATION : :
attempts! to get Congress to pio- I Dorothy Thompson the famed
vide for such a memorial pro- I columnist: born Lancaster: N. Y., ] Nebr., lawyer, former Federal:: i 1 1I
duced no concrete results. Final 54 years ago. ;j I Housing Administrator born in 1
ly in 1832, a group of private Prof. Goodwin B. Watson, the j Kansas City, Mo., 41 years ago. I "
citizens formed the Washington professor of education at Colum-i i Prof. Samuel Eliot Morison of..1 \jV '
National Monument Society to White-i j Harvard University, famed American So all '
bian University, born at : see. : .
I >
I may .
undertake the raising of funds :
water, Wii, 49 years ago. historian born in Boston 61 J ::: \ }
i a monument and after 16 Dr. Marion R. Knkwood, dean | years ago. II J 1 ,.
years' effort, they were able to I of Stanford University School of|i Clifford C. Gregg, director of Ii i : :
persuade the Congress to give a i Law, born Colorado Springs,] the Chicago Natural History Museum : -' .
tract of land on which it could born in Cincinnati, 53
Colo 61 years ago. j years "
be erected. The cornerstone 11 11ago.
was I Philip M. Klutznick of Omaha, ,
laid on July 4. 1848, but that was 1

next the only prey 25 the years beginning.of the religious monument During prejudiceand was the l II TENTATIVE --BUDGET, r MONROE COUNTY, 1948-49- JI: One particular section---the Classified-serves the community} !

polticial bickering. All efforts ADOPTED JULY 6, 1948GFF.HAI.

to the obtain federal further governmentwere assistancefrom nF.rr.XK riM), ,! by highlighting the to immediate sales and the xjuick

unavailing, and by 1876 $ ronnn!lIIOII."n Itn Salary.. County c-h'rk County Commissioners Commissioners. way
only a third of the monument 4 .flO.1I1I... Judge Criminal CourtSolicitor
4! .1t1l Criminal Court
had been constructed. I 3COUOO: .". I....Kal: Adviser
Strangely enough the eventual li.OO.IKI Supervisor of HeftlstrationJanitors satisfaction buyers' needs. Each millions of dollars
completion of the Washington :3:;i HI.1.0COO.OO Secretary of Circuit Court Judge year,

monument was occomplished by 40I4:: Iraflsn/ae : ".- I
''i I 2,511x.51 lbpr'' 1103"e \ -,
political chicanery which backfired "p.rattdg \

composed. In 1876 of a the Democratic Congress House was I ::1..0041..1 3:00.05 5950.00:: .. Tax Public Aiises.sor. U'ellarcContingency law of American business are transacted through the classified!!

I 00(1.00 \ .
Commission Tax Assessor.
and a Republican Senate: for .11..11 .
.mmlN'lon T.t.a; ( .oll..lor"i..IO. "
i some reason, the members' .,.' office I Equipment and :Supplies *;;- r-v ..
the House, seeking to stimulate! Hilildins Repairs and fl'uipmrntOO11.00 | Q columns of the nation's
U:hlw and HatersOOO.(91 papers. '
interest in the Philadelphia Centennial Advertising required| by law : : .
passed a resolution pro- 3AO.OO Sheriff Attending ('.nimi5xon! MeetingsSheriff. : :.
iioo.uo FPPR General: Circuit ('ourtVt.rk .:: ;
viding that the Congress should 111.111,110". Clerk. General: Circuit ('ourt.rk : .. :
meet in Indeoendence Hall and 11.1111.011. Insanity Caxeyi'oroners ; '
: .i ;
j Iltllll.OO. In'iuesta .:i '.
reenact the signing of the Dec-
j 3'''' Attorney. Costs, and Kxpenss! Sitxlsobo.4x
laration of Independence. This I County Airport Faeilities1l:00.05. "
resolution rurcha or Lease" Purchase, lIuFpllal an.l Cliniclo55.u0 *" :
was .
ed by the Republican aefeat-I Travel: RxpenKlection ]ICxpenneVeterans : ,. For those who have to sell reriti trade
which then became the 300.00 Advisory Rurean1'urchase a specific product ; ,
an aroused poulace who Voting Machines ;

the Senators of being unpatriot- "Uf""I
ic f 1'r: .\,n 'OIU'F.ITI: Fl'"'' need fill CITIZEN WANT -ADS ar1ie.
Apprehensive Republican lead S Salary nerk. of Criminal ('.Mirt 1' ; : .r or an especial to : ,
] ers, anxious to prove their iiO.O: : "" |-..,alion officer 1
1(1.1'0; Juvenile Judge
patriotism then passed throughthe lUttiKI.OO. Fees Sheriff and eputy Cost Hills
Senate a bill which they felt 3OWO.OO Justit-r Peace lost Kills effective economical and of
:""9.110" Con.vtal.liCounty > most quickest means advertising
sure would :"be killed by the SIIO.IIO: Judge Cost Pills .,
Democrats in the House-who ?SOO.IMI""".011". liailifr It'1tPa9 N
would then also incur public :.0000 Sheriff Fee.lins County' rrlsoners31no.n0 .
wrath. This measure authorizedthe ) ) CuntitiKenry : ..
.1111..1 1Upairs and Additlonji to County Jail .'
expenditure of $100.000 to .... : :; '
aid in the completion of the 8 :33CAO.AOOAO.AO:: ; L 5i / :< ;
Washington monument. The R0lt FID ". &#
House of Representatives, however $ : SalariesMaterial.. .; . .
:::....... Supplies *" inn Coestruetlon7uw.x0 !! fllr1 rRAOL ;: :' -' :
I not only passed that measure ontliienry: ,

$200,000, but leaders for actually the in the project.appropriated House Democratic knew- i .62l11.00>> JlO..IT\.. ..(.,IJ &8 f ; > ::iLifi,1 2\: : : ii.r:;

I :Mllnial Hospital Maintenance & Operation ,
that if the bill became law, any 'Special Art, 1M3 #.: r- r : .... -, ,
criticism for extravagancewould au't stil.LO : ; :". .
1 :;"1,54.x5 :
fall the Senators who
on nTiii\n ni-:'fii IIOM... FI'"'' : ;
had it
originally sponsored or ,
i if the Senate defeated the meas-: $ _! l-rintipal. IntereKt and KMOMIOR x..n". '..: '. "l :
ure, the Republican leadership t :8'11.09:; ,: : ?
would be accused not only of be- ... ('tn'\TV' i-i.oitnt% nntcii AITOINT ; the"
ing unpatriotic but of double- :0.68.: Construction of lutltinc IteachrsZIlAu.un Use
dealing.The kM-ratlne tteathes 10
bill passed: additional appropriations f I:!!IIIIO.. .
Jly',l," '
were later granted, .
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and in 1884 the monument was t
completed a total cost of almost - and one-half million I WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH. r/i I'UfS/REP Ii

Although' the leaders of the : : : :
44th. Congress were not so successful \ Enjoy The Facilities Of f A Complete : ,
,.. ." .
I : in killing desirable but'unpolitical" : ,. ;\t
legislation by i !\ :
"passing the buck" from Senateto HOTEL! :
House and vice versa as the --, ,, I
leaders of some subsequent' Congresses '. :
-"" .
have been, it V3T -. .
appears ; .
In .. ; .
that the ways of Congressional o '- -", ..- -. jx : .. c.. .-.
leadership have not greatly "' 'I .
changed since 1876. ; : : : :

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FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1948

liiiiiiiimniMiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini. : :broadcast II. By'j] _HOBO JUISCLE UNDER POLICE STATION 1 II j TAKES PICTURES I The first patent for a refrigeOne' cubic feet of helium will

NEws ll (Continued From Page One) rating machine was granted to lift a little more than one ounce.
1By 1 .
I SOCIETY \Catholic[ Daughter .. .; ning- for the .last year about the Florida Dr. John, in Code 1851. of" Apalachicola, __

JESSIE GIBSON 'i\\Unil Coast to. .Coast : .er1D I Ir cities Shrout of America.was here about a I BOONE PISTOL

tlllnlllnnntl 11I11I11I11I1111I111I111I1111I11I11I11I; miiiiiiwwHiiiiiniiiiiiiwmmimwiiiumnmiiMiiiniiiHi \ : month ago. At that time he took KIDS DON'T HAVE MUCH FUN
Daughters of America WHEN THEY HAVE
Catholic .
I, some colored pictures of the con-I
Marriage Of ;Humane Society !j I Forty-fifth anniversary ,Ii cent and several colorful shots CROSS eyes
['will be heard over the National of fishing here. He has come

Mrs. C. Griffin, I lIii Need Of Funds; ;Broadcasting to'coast, cpmpsny'g .412 stations r back here to take some additional -I c IYsamstakeabeliefthat" The New
coast .Sundar. The fishing scenes, and also shotsof children outgrew cross
1 W. /U da broadcast will be at noon. It will i r Duval street. s eyes. Protect your loved Target
in r
y I Expenses Higher the ..t one from disfigurement. Air Pistol
f.r herald the opening of This is a bad time of yearto ., permanent
i tional Convention' in Pasadena, Ii j' Safe Reconstruction -
Mrs. Celeste Griffin and Will- The cost of living: has risen ,California, and 'will.)be a tributeto ic ; know get, said'Shrout busy street, who'is.scenes, I- Method often Priced 8* 93
'rd married July registered successful'm ONE DAY:Over 6000 treated.
Almyda were : .
for. e key West Humane ,
Soci1 .
jlh- 1 Monsignor Flanagan, tying up at La .Concha Hotel to at. .
6 in quiet eerrmuiiy" in "
a th'eT cat a.welJ iasi fort. eVea-ything i iiscuosed the tribute with the.. charitable tfff aooattt.: rtft FVll M ormtKW Man
home of her' sisters and .brother- ;! .. ., day. "But I'm hoping there will te *o r u IMUIUUM.wmCIOSS TROPICAL TRADER
in-law, Mr!"and Mrs. William\ l,;; A.iarge''pI&J1iia; ( .{PI rais- '"work' of thh C.D.; pf.A. _. ,",, ;:'!':>'k.' r be a good crowd on'hand J EYE FOUNDATION 718 Dual St. Phone 1000

Washington. 1403 .Olivia..staeet..j pnu'f'\c' dwas.,. at a I$ Paul Kelly ,currently"Command-playingon -' ; : ., row afternoon.' J ,expect tomor'l sea, CKAMAM ROO.'McssWlvait.ft.OIlDA
Broad"-. y.In Desion"
( -
finished with KeyWest'
Judge Raymond Lord -,; ti.e .
verformed .mc _ing.yl: societylast.Alight.} will ..
( as finest
thC ceremony and ,M/s.J::4 The cad tako.'p&ce in'iOw night. -
;i Star.> The name of_the Programis Shrout the that
J. ,R. Thompson was matron of took pictures: I.
( .winter, include tour I I- "The Life of Father .y J JohnM.KeiserM.D.
honor, while Sepharirti ''Almyflat wild Flanagan" told the story 'about Savannah. Eyes Leases
\vas his brother's best man. ,of houses and gardenSj and, an. :' Georgia, which appeared in a recent : Examined Duplicated

A small reception: for family i annual humane society ball... I II 'Red Cross To 4't a r issue of the Saturday Even- 1114 DIVISION STREET
find friends was held following j Contributions constitute the I ing Post Glasses'Fitted Prescriptions:
the wedding. The couple is at (Next to Gardner's Pharmacy) Filled
largest percentage of' livelihood Give Lessons -
home at 1009 Windsor Lane. ,.. Subscribe to The Citizen.
derived by the society. The city T'I
pays only one-third of the ex-I In'Stvinl//till Do Not Suffer from Headaches and Eyestrain
Girl Scouts Meet penses. The remaining two- I: -Take Care of Your Eyes and Your Eyes

thirds has to be raised by contributions -t Ten swimmers are enrolled in 1 iiI. 1 Will Take Care of YouOFFIC
Tomorrow Morn' and service charges the Red'Cross swimming course :., ; ". i.; Let Us Help You HOURS: 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 N. 2:00 to 6:00 P.M. :

which are paid when people can which started last :rnight'under and BY APPOINTMENT
afford them. I the direction Leonard Curry, lap wrepo..wt' !
To Make FavorsGirl ".
J Officers of the Human Societyare water .safety chairman' for the THIS'HOBO JUNGLE complete with free utilities was discovered Plan Your FloorsFree -' ------- ---
: Mrs. George Mills White, chapter. The .of the
Scouts of the Turtle Patrol. purpose right under the First Precinct police station in New
91'leam. ,
president; Cyril Coul"Se' to train instructors for Estimates Given
Troop morninz 8!. to will assist meet the local tomorrow chap-.secretary; Leland Goddard, tre- teaching! Jroung'people .in- the The "Hotel de Bastille" as it is known to hoboes is Asphalt TileRubb.r, .J .. 1aKe

ter of The American Red Cross]t usurer.j community..VThese" v.classes. will formed by-maze of underground passages. Hoboes: and criminals Til your nickel

in the proposed birthday party j The Mrs.borad: Etta of Patterson directors, comprises Miss- \yeeks begin within 'the .-.nextu'. ,two I! in'the,jungle,got free lights heat and water by tapping onto I I Plastic Floor.Cork Til. Tile

for inmates at the Old Folks I Minnc Porter Harris. Mrs. Le- Members* in theL adult ..course; I I pipes: and conduits. Plastic Wall Tile .j

Hnme,i tinqrated' by the county land Goddard and Mr. and Mrs. are Anita'"Kqbin- i I --- -, _. ... '.Broadfelfs.CapeUe
here : Burt Garnett. son, .Nancy llorgan, I Wool Bugs
; ,;} Ruth
The jiatrol will Gather 10:00: I I
Lange, "SuperDeluxe"Warsaw .: Acoustic: Ceilings .
.DorojhySands; ; Andrew t :
o' lock in the inornine at the! I
home: of Scout Prkrilla Cru/\AuxiliaryHears 'Helbusn'DarnelI; I Carey Moreno I! CASA CORRAL !I : Hardwood Flooring.
Wallace Formica for
,Emery{ WhiddenEm- SinkvCounters. ; .
1402 Olivia street to make favors Iloleli I! 822 DUVAL TtbU tnocr.
Report Of erson Beccaisc.Scout : STREET I : *
for the party. '
"Good American Cotl e" -. Sanding and
:All 'members of the patrol are 'WARSAW, Poland: -{AP). RefinishingsiCatesfloor
Mrs. Dorothv Sands. Girls Slate ) f EUROPEAN and ,
urged by Winner To l\les plan to build a super-deluxe
trap( leader, to assist "in this AMERICAN CUISINE
\vqrthv:; cause.Intimate.. J The American Legion Auxili- See Submarine' 'I I Warsaw. (English Boiled Dinner I i C'ovc.rihgsI :, NO FINER COLA
ary held a meeting in the Post'sHouse Construction is scheduled to Yankee '
\ Pot Roast)
1 last night. : Charles ""Roberts of Boy Scout start' early. next year -on a 500- I I J. L. GATESFlooring AT ANY PRICE
Glimpses t! Nellie Menendez and Edith Troop 52, 'who scored the hi h- room, 'up-to-date, hostelry Desserts (xtntrarlor .
I Knuck, delegates from the auxiliary -' est number'of points in field day twice as big' as :any: ever built OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. to 2'P.M.. '
'A ten-year ambition to return r to "Girls' State", recently events July" 5. at Bayview iii Poland. It will be 14 stories and 5 P.M. to 12 M, I 925 WHITE STREET,

to' Key West was realized by held in Tallahassee, reported on I Park,'given: a tour-of'the ; high; Formal opening is slated We Are Small-Buf What Food/ PHONE IS39Mm
Alabama invention. Both girls were'I : ; tqr' early in 1951! Total cost is
Bill Dixon of Windfield. I the : ''U :corporal, submarine NO. I -
this week. Stationed with 1 members of the Federalist Party 346, tomorrow;, beginning at 9. estimated ;at about 1500000.' r D.lOO / -
.the U. S. Army here in 1938, Mr. Miss M nendcz served as clerk a.'m. I IArrangements .
Dixon says he had found many I for the primary election, and I I r' -., were' made Six hundred years before the i S .I j/2
improvements and changes in was elected to the county school! through Comdr. .EH?Vinock. U. birth of Christ The Book of Job Auto & Home Supply tooFormerly :

the city. board in the same election. S. N., and .Comdr. G. II. Laird spoke of. an evil that "consumeth -

Mrs. Violet Myers, dance'i I USN, of'Subrbn4;! ; -: as. :.:a'garment. -that is moth eate" Pan-American Tire Company
that ;
Mrs. William Knowles and i chairman announced a; -- ousas)

children. Glenda and William I large crowd is expected' for the Scooter ,Club : 1101.1103 Eivisiott.strect. .Phono 418 :
Jr.. 1313 Pine street are visiting;i dance being! held July 17 at the -
relatives in Miami for several 1 i American Legion Home, judging I .
weeks.: t i by advance sale of tickets .Meets. Tonight

_'%Irs. Robert Gantz and chil-.j i Plans were also completed ; ; :-I&ISER? FRJIZElI {- :
dren. Margaret Tommy and I'' for the official visit of. the department Regular.'business "meeting and
election of of. the .
Linette are spending the sum-I president. Southernmost<*Cushman Scooter Automobiles :AulomoLilcs Bottled by: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Ccmpany of Key West
) President Mrs. TeSsie Crews I I ,;
with Mrs. Gantz' parents I II .
mer held Under appointment from Company, N. Y.PEARLMAN .
Club will be tonight at 7 Pdpsi-Cola
Wimmcnaucr. appointed a com- I -
Mr. and Mrs. William Camalier l .__ __ ,
in the ht of the president -
m. >me
1315 Pine street. I mittee of: Mesdames JosephineI p. Pay Only the N0. t
I Piodella, Alice Robinson and Bob Daniels, rear of Caroline I Regular a TRADE.IN D.
I Claudia Watler. II '; and Grinnell strew, R, Established Price REQUIRED -
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Wheeler -
are visiting Mr. Wheeler's I I I $ .i-I: I __ .. S'

Wilson parents,,6-2 Mr.Poinciana and Mrs.Place W. W.\Red Cross Grey j jI Seek DivorcesPetitions + I 8 AUTO ]PARTS and ACCESSORIES' INCORPORATED -

'"Mrs. Wheeler Is the former I\ Ladies Com ,lets : 'seeking. divorce : DAYTON Tires. and TubesTRUCK 'THE STORE OK QUALITY"
Betty Jo Wilson. and now resides I were filed''; of
in Olalkc. Kansas where 10 Ilour Coarse!I fice of Circuit Court-JClerk Ross 1 I
her husband is stationed with; C. Sawyer byi. Rose'Mary Felton I Exiiln BATTERIESi

the U. S. Navy. 1] Six Red Cross Gray ladies i Bradley against Herman Louis I Q i RADIOS Table Model*
Bradley and by Harold M. Shaw
J completed the ten-hour course .APEX Washers and Vacuum Cleaners:
The Youth Development Or- against Helen, Shaw. I
at the I
of yesterday
ganization will hold a meetingat Naval Hospital and will start a I ELECTRIC,Kaus: and KITCHEN Wares rN Is One tt/the Largest llere-\'tnt Can Aliruys find
the Cactus Terrace tonigh. Diesel l. invented
The .engine was -
AH members and those interested their the supervision probationary of Miss work Marian under by Rudolf Diesel. of Germany i i a --II ._ _- ,! .!..!I--. '.'. __w. M I lite. Kind of Shoes Yore May Want for the

are extended a cordial Invi- I na Nicholson and Miss Bulah in 1893. Entire Family in Such Famous Brands

tation by the club and to finance attend. I j Thaxton. Red Cross workers at LEWINSKY'S MEN'S' SHOP .
The.program committees "Sundials" "BoDnieLaddy"Peters" e"Weathcrb'rrd""Arch
j the Naval Hospital, the Munici-; Yes, Crazes Awnlngt give
are urgently requestedto \ .
SEARS SPECIAL CorrectiYcs"Endicott Johnsoa" "Charmione"The
and the County .
be present to present theirplans pal Hospital you*real sense of luxurious .
i Home for the aged. This group! COOL .
and budget. I comfort-a feeling of well-
}I Mrs.includes Zenobia: Mrs. Yvonne Harwood.Baillod Mrs., Clearance being that defies sun and I Lcu fort Variety of Styles and Sizes
II. W. Owen arrived yesterday!
Ruth Jackson, Mrs. Nat Toulon heat.There are so many fabric All Members the :;;
from Panama by plane to joi I SALE I for : of Family r rI
Wolkoff, Mrs. choose from
Mrs. Owen, the former Miss Ernestine Eleanor designs to I II Tropical Worsted
Evans, who is visiting her Jeanne Hight. : I in colorful woven stripes or I BRING YOUR BOYS and GIRLS and LITTLE TOTSto
parents. Mr and Mrs. Ernest;t1 t| Five Jr. Gray adies also comI NOW IN FULL SWING painted stripes that your PEARLMAN'S for THEIR SHOES

Evans. 1207 Florida street. I I pleted their course of four II complete satisfaction is always 1
The Owens expect to spend l hours their training;,work and at will the .begin Naval assured.Call us today. : SUITS .. Good Shoes Cost Less in the Long Run ""'WIa

several weeks in Key West before ,0. evening Beat the Heal by Letting Your Treat yourself to the best j .
returning to the Canal Bone.Apply Hospital.. Telephone Shop for You I .
"j i This group includes: Mrs. Hes- this summer.

ter Richardson. Miss Ellissa Moreno Phone 1560 Ity A Famous Maker Loads of WHITE SHOES
To Wed
Miss Shirley Leider, Miss fur All Your Needs I! sl
Louise Ketchum and Miss Joan -KEY WEST- (4)I ,
Applications for marriage licenses i- Elbertson.n SINGLEand I for DRESS CASUAL SPORTSWEARReadytoWear
were filed yesterday i I ; Gray Ladies who are already ,
the office of County Judge Raymond acitve at the Naval Hospital are: Sears Order Office 123 DUVAL STREET f
R. Lord by Lawson R. Selbv IMrs Emily Goddard, Mrs. Dor- CALL 1042 for Eatimatesl.
21. of the U. S. Navy and I othy Blauvelt Mrs. Beth Wun- Simonton at, Fleming Street I PEARLMAN'SI
Rachel- E. Baker, 24. of 113-C: derley and Mrs. Jolly Evans DOUBLEBREASTED
__,-'- _., i .
Poinciana Place and Donald L acting chairman of the corps. ;
Reid 20. of the U. S. Marin s;i Mrs. Evans will be hostess at a .

and Marie Cellucci, 19, of 221 r picnic lunch on Thursday her je--: : ,",, I
Duval street. home for. members of the corps.WhiteLaundry i : r i for STREET AFTERNOON .

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I f HI.YI WHEN YOU GET DRY V Iva$; :'i y StripceSizes55M* .Y :. i I Skirts and BloUSeS in NEWEST:the: STYLES.

1210 While Street telephone 806WEOFFER'YOU I I, .:. '.8'NK-'D 'NK-lRINK-- r!. MAIDEN-FORM 1 BRAS BEACH WEAR

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Dependable. Prompt and Courteous Service I Key? West Distributor 526 = Phone 146
Us* WHITE LAUNDRY Facilities
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