The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 10, 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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near Sault.St..Marie. .Mich...July a big'black .bear and.was mauled to death. Right:' Two .( they will be arraigned: fin.t in NO WORSE. i itll. ..A P Wlrcp't."Io/

1 MichiganCODScnation, officers., Alex!! McLean,and Clifford; Peterman. and Dr. C.; D..Logsdon a I City Court on Monday on .. FOUR ::SOUTHERN:; STATES MEMBERS of the Democratic :tub-committee on resolutions meet
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veterinarian (left to right display the bear after itwas: killed. Dr. Logsdon performed an. operation I charges: of assault and battery L..4 d tor. I ht Philadelphia draft the platform for the Democraticnational connntion opening there

'! on the.bear to determine if it were the one waich'killed' the child.. It was., 'I Then it is planned to turn BERLIN, July 10.-:-All' leave,. : Mond r. Left to right: Senator Clyde R. Hocy of North Carolina Daniel Moody former governor

_n.4.._ ._ them over to the' county for 'arraignment ,tof i (American British and French .:of,Texas: Charles D. Sheppard of Florida and former Got Chauncey Sparks of Alabama.
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i jn Criminal Court on ;,,troops in this city'has*been,canceled I', -- .,.. --.._. _.
EXPLOSION DESTROYS VITVMIN:\ PLANT, KILLS TWO ;charges: of armed robbery In it was announced today -- ---- -
." City Court they will befined
1t"q q I> end sentenced to jail but the'by the Allied 'commandIt way 1
< II jail sentence will be suspended stated that leave has been discontinued ::2 :OOO In Attendance

I"'until the Criminal
Court case is temporarily becauseof I
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1:':'. 'J.. Moemino was taken to Nav-; today to be "No j

; : ,' .;. al were Hospital dressed where and then his went injuries'to! ;'1'Rumors reached here- wo.-se'"j j'
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plating travel Allied
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V Harry Lee Baker and Patrolman' through the Soviet
x Gabriel Last res. Moemino identified zone, but the American commander -.JI]
Calisto and Hopkins as* asserted that in the]I '. _" 11I' 'MAIN OTHERS WATCH AS .PROCESSION{ : OF ROY ,\L
A # : the men who robbed him of event it was issued, the Allies '
some small change:;: after beating would refuse to observe it. 1' !

a.e. ct him severely. He pointed out that the. Americans -]J I .. MARINES PASSES IN STREETS
c The 'two men confessed they;* British and French :':' Scavenger Tecs l

had beaten and robbed Moemi.: der an agreement with un.l'i ; L! Commissioned ,Gunner' Leonard Stanley Allea UN who was

no.Thev has the right to use a member of the! crewel HJ-CS..Croctbow and who wa killed aboardthe
signed ttatomen-ts admit in the Russian area. J I The City,of Key, West is seeking :
8E / "We have the right of access" j ',to collect $8,000, j in .back British ship/ in' .an explosion. Thursday. ,wa* buried today. in City
b <'1 he concluded, "and 'arc ,going tornaihtain !I Cemetery. . "r:
r sICY crimen scavenger; .fees,.it was learned <
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"T houscbolde..s' they.
:.; : tIn. It t 1 la j 11sf'Prd1V I cry.7 ,Siam>>t t JH.f ( i: oil:relatively- small 'amounts burial rites were said ,by-1'athc James- 14fllvUonnei''u: ( si. I'auF.

'Ai w'rtu'w'''.1 \ k.t:: djcth city would like r:hurch.I .

'THE' VITAMIN EXTRACTION PLANT of the Lf* Branchllower: company at Seattle. Wash is i I. A coriccitfcd 'effort will be Unesco'Srut to fiavfc;; the 'money as 'soon apossible' Other trowds watched as; the

I 'a mass of smoking ruins in the wake clan explosion that demolished it and killed two men. The made over the weekend to stop 4 'have\ been mailed to 'Sign Of Pence! (i funeral niocesbion left the 1'rit

tank on the railroad track (center'' was overturned bv the blast. loitering and the practice of n GKOK.-c AP). Siam's those:awinjf: the fees. I chant Funeral Home in White:
prowling on the streets af- ministry of oducalion has in- '(
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street With the body of Gunnf-r
1, ter 2 a. m by city police the structed the ,Siamesir1 ambawartor: Need I Turkey .
. :.DEER) { ON THE LOOSE)() CRASHES; WINDOW Crime Doesn't L ibcriffs office and the'Navy department in Washington' in peck; admission: : AVisirhlia i In Allen ,and marched in Olivia

: of the little Asian. Kingdom to JST NBUL.- /AK -- A fair Francis Margaret streets to tho
I In announcinc this today, City UNESCO.: thr Uniifl Nation 'O..l. harbinger of prate 'in the vorld; .cemetery -

.y Pay: Neilhcr Manager Ralph D. Spalding said Educational; ( Scientific and -,Cultural J:, }Population has been noted by.residents' ;- 'ofIzmiL' ,. The. proceosion was lead by a
i he would like to receive the Organization..; Slam's! : chief <' British
r complaints of' citizens regarding of 'adult education attended the it Bg1''i'A.AP1.. -A warn A stork and a dog.' lung :en- -detachment of Manna
1> Docs) The ttHnhNiKOt.hPWhcn \r prowlers and loiterers lie said last meeting of UNESCO'S ri'n-I i1 l if.i1a 'j\Australia. cmild not stirs cmico,;, now stroll side by side:-TJieyf were followed by the patMn. -

he wants to put a stop to the eral (council Mexico. City,a I vireanotlwr: : war tinlc-js: rue! in. up and down the<< Streets' of'the_ .' vf 'the U S. Marines, and
i ) you practice observer"S1STIE" :1 i crtK rsed tjer-population was giver tily And white the dog; 'sleeps,- a 1>b'.iJfHt of u. S. Navy sailors

call a policeman in liangkuk; beswe --- \ ;I' bt.J4tnisler.itf.Immijiratlon:' ArthusA the stork stand close guard and Following them came the funcral'car .
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.'Ca tw a iL;. lIe said that if picks him clean of insects. '
you get a' $2 a month man. ; and then the officer of
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f not a two-bit one. That's slight r4d .'IAf I : i in, strength he did not like this." said one old- the British with and the American
Navies finally another detachmentof
) ly less than two U. S. dollar think Australia would come timer "We want to think of it
British sailors
__ The I't'st of the force, bout 6- through:, as_* an_omen_for. peace. .:._ '
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COO, are conscripts assigned by 'rtY ::1 i j finished reading from the scrip
r3 ,the Army They are paid four : Jews Of lures,, Lt :Charles C. Hat tun...
ticals a month-.:-about 23 cents Claim Capture :. (CIIC) USN. also read brad;,
r ( The police dfrector-general : from lie Bible After they had
". concluded their words, a (II ill.
Major Gcncial Luang Chattrakan y Best And AirField 'squad of the(! British Navy iv<*>
a Ko,;ol. says this disparity; in : drawn- up and fired .a voll.-y cisJtoti
1l pay makes the conscripts un 3 at- >>.
i factory policemen He asked K It L not known how 1<>I%; thf
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l the finance ministry for more : body of Allen, wlU remain In
money The budget boys: ruined City Cemetery It will all depend -
., the wishes of MJ-
him ARABS HAD USED' IT d upon
l li Alien who live in Kent. Knfe;

= asf & tlurc. in one of.,which the land Whether the body L; JLippcd
i Death t Comes ToMrs. I 'SINCE LEFI'j Jews claimed that they had killed : back to England later

'I 300 Arabs and had wounded Allen was killed aboard the
I MAY\ ,15; 3M( ) AllAHS; 200. Crossbow when a hand grenade.
\ J. IJ. Casler:
which was to have been
I Iinr Arabs announce that they had thrown
KILLKI: ) 200! )(
IIUR'I'i from the of the ,_
scored victories in three engagements bridge vessel: u:
Woid received at Key West A....rU>.< ..,...., I|i one of them in the TelAkiv to the ocean about 30 mile
Naval Station today is h the TEL : south cf Key West U but struck
} = AVIV. June 10-The area. -
effect; that Mrs. Dorothy Cas- an obstruction on the bridge and
( Jewish high command announc- (Count Bcrnadotte on his way
ler wife of Lt. Comdr. J. B exploded.
.AI ',w Caslcrr! USN commanding officer 1. jed'trfda'y| that their troops had i to Lake Success N. Y_ to re- Also injured critically in tV

,A DEER LEAPS THROUGH A SCHOOL ROOM WINDOW near of the German submarine. I captured and the best Lido, in airport Palestine the !'j port to the United Nations stopped explosion was Ordinary Signal;
the: U-2313.; which is stationed foi this morning fn nome.where man Ch dish Roy Peters lifts
the center of Portland.Maine after becoming: terrified and; crashing : e '
The airport was constructed ;, he asserted there isnot
here, had died last night;.at Baltimore I that still alive in Naval Hocpit into tho building through another window. Later it broke J JI Maryland .r..w+s aatt4itaMflt. .. .,,s +:.m.4! .H -- by the British and since they t widescale: fighting: in Pales and is reported to have a good

into a dime store by jumping through a glass door and was \,'-s. Casler was well known' ( %WUvM I had'abandoned it on May 15, it tine. He said that the fightingwas chance of eventual recovery
in Key West. She was a member SEAGRAVES .had been Occupied by the : confined to a few key positions Less seriously wounded' was Lt.Conidr .
captured by police. This unusual picture was made by Gardner VAN A. AnD HIS BRIDE the fanner Anna Dea. .
( Arabs. The Jews in a sustained and he added that be .
:! of the Navy Wives Club. She "SUtie" their cake just alter their : CS Battersby. NR,
Roberts. staff photographer of the Portland Press-Herald: and j I land her husband lived at 300 marriage nor at PhonutArU.Botii9sr.- Sh-i wedding the.daughter *f 1Ira.Aana I attack that lasted throughout hoped to get the Jew and who was given first aid treatment
; avenue. She went the night came into possession Arabs to agree to another ar- aboard the Crossbow as
Evening. Express. 'I jSeidenberg north about a month ago to undergo I Roosevelt Boettiu cod l. the eldest grandchild of Mn..Clnor of the field shortly after noon. mistice this one to.1 last 10 days.) she was speeding toward Key
-, Roosevelt and th. late President Franklin D. ROO$.* U. 'I Fighting is going: on in several '
I treatment for a heart con- I (A message was received at West + -

..ILnwert Iaratr 1. : !. | dition: ........................................ .... 'I Lake Success today from Jew f Comdr. Casler Is at present on E. 4 ish headquarters in Tel. Aviv
GARAGE ';emergency leave in New Lon- Raul's Club stating that the Jewish com- :

I Fr4.tri7'4ed.a k.. 14.1.." 1942 : : IM \.\.. !VT.' IMIOXK IU r will be held .Wednesday from Featuring adotte} proposal; for a ten-day
1: FOR SALE-1948 FORD Neiland's Funeral Parlors New Trio peace pact. A reply from the Full or Empty (Like Now)

FORDOR Sedan.Excellent ConditionTICKET it I Lordon. Conn. I.t'FOR SALE : All Girl Arabs was awaited). '\ We Close at 1M A.M. Just to sire

1941 Ford Co"i 1 BEATRICE MORENO-Piano 1the:t other Joints a chance!
j ji DE2'":rHOMPsON-Drums
Building Razed
PIIO E 12att( I Being I
.Price Very I I Metal 4 IDA -JTrnmpet Palace Theater I Ain't .We Bighearted!
I OFFICE Roofingsat i LOCATED. at the CORNER of CENTER and DIVISION STS.. 'Open Saturday Nite
MONROE Larry Parks and! Ellen Drew ,:
White ALL AIRLINESPRICE Doors Double' Sash _Windows. AI Pouular Price '' "TIiE SWORDS3UN"I WEAVER'SSTEAKS
I TOURS IC APPLY ON PREMISES >fon BouI.vard (In Tchnicolor) j 1 .
"Your" Friendly Ford TELEPHONE I R 's CJn
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L. P. AKTXA-V.! Owner .a4 PmklUker the Democratic f National on-j 's 'DANCE ON THE DESERT ,

-: ftUHIA\From D AHTMA The Citizen! B.Bulldlag!.... vention due to begin in.Philadelphia! next .* ...............,*1..1! Money's\ GoodBANGKOK.APCOunter 1] n'

e.. Only: Corner Dally Newspaper Greene and In Ana Key Street West and Monday, it seems assured ,thSt President Ifr /NETWORK PROGRAMS 1' By Florence Theel i: ;

: Monroe County Truman will be nominated on the first-bal-n. Catttm' Local Tim. For' etntral! feiters arc so good in' Siam that I .. "':"" ....... ."'itl

'= fcotered at Key West. Florida, as second class matter lot, as General Eisenhower andUnited* S subtract subtract two one hour hur. Sons for local mountain eta. experts have trouble detecting

forgeries. So said a criminal Chapter 11 wasn't anything to offer anywhere And no to get
MEMBER OP TIlE AIl! CIATEf) PRESS Dos" tiono change h.ur.f relay to fit way supplies, ill
The Associated Press U exclusively! entitled to States!: Supreme Court Justice I local .enedule. *. Last minuto pro.gram court judge,. dismissing a charge DEAUTIFUL- alluring Gloria at any price lt's the peak without a'car. '.
-nee for reproduction of all news dispatches credited have declared they are not available to chang cannot b. included. 'that a village medicine man had ? Qt' ,the season here, in Palm "Oh; I'd.leave you the car." she
". to 'It or nut otherwise credited In this paper. and deSylvia stood there smiling at Springs he told th m.' ''Some answered quickly, although Bert
...* also the local news published, bere.8LB9C1UKT1OX head the Democratic ticket .in this year's SATURDAY, JULY 10 49 false notes. for the purchase j! Bert in the narrow corridor out- people even make their reservations knew r that she depended on it. to
of bark and leaves he
r HATES! election. <' side the,band leader's door. a year before. market for her boarding house at
One Year .U.... 5-. S ; ?. Ev..hg5.OOSuvnmary'of I used for doctoring. ''I. "But there mwt be something" home. ., .
!IiMnihs .too But Senator Pepper 'is. reported to ": News-nbe Since Bank of Siam experts i heard j'01i'asklnl. Blickey Bert declare unwilling to accept He shook his head. "1 don'tthink '

-- Ibree Month ., _. 1.11 Newscast Network Mil very Mo Time IJayb., I had S difficulty telung a counter- I for a Job in there," she said. Can defeat."A little shack or a garage, 1 it would do. Mr. Malley., T

\:In.' Morth.ookly !. 1..Zi.. still 'be determined to place -Eisenhower'sname Dance Thne-mbs-ea tabc feit note front 3'Teal one -said [ you really play the:saxophone:** something I've lived in fox but thanks for ,bringing' us out .1//

.. before. the conventioq. Tak. a lumber-nibs-nest.. > "That's what th.jr Ull m ." he holes and I won't b4.very fussy her. just the same." "
... 1:IS-Art of.Urinit! -nK<- the judge. .You couldn't expect 'II
ADVERTISING: RATES 'To B. Announced- b. I stated confidently, furious at the Just so I can stay down here six "Well why'not spend the night, ,
"..- Made Known on Application Meanwhile Republican national I ;villagers to spot the bad onesPeople's I least Da- health ,at
Prom u t Hraycr-atx.f other insolence. The months and get ray back. now that you're here and think it
::3l> -nba could have done was let me Well hold-on a moment! Mr. You haven't H..
summer symphony
leaders have stated about over. any other placeto
,4' SPECIAL ]NOTICE they are uneasy
.. .; ...... .. I-vis
.. Red Barber :bports-cb around ,
for him. O'Malley swung in the You drive
wAll reading notices cards of thanks resolutions : stay. can back to
.I. ft lerpect. obituary notices jxxsnjs, etc. will bo the overconfidence among the rank and Harry I>anco .Music WlsmeI'Sportabc-mhm-east : ; i ;; .1 "Blackey's pretty rough some- swivel chair. -Jf it's just a bed town for food-" I.

r. ,tarried Notice for for at the entertainment rate of !. by cent churches a line.r .from which file of Republicans, as well as among Tru or False-mbj-weet Forumooo I times-on the surface." she said you need and if you can cook "Why, there's'*ome canned stuff
.:4!>-Xe"'. and Commentary. "Where your own chow maybe the Van and tea here in-this cupboard."
.. sympathetically. can you
ct revenue I Is to be derived are i cents a iinr .
Jack heal Comment
The CItizen |* an open forum and Invite Altcurslrn many of the state leaders. 1' / CO -ate S.. 5 oooooe>oooooo* be reached, in case-well, i it I Cleef hacienda would answer. Mr<..McLane said, opening d ors..
-. of public Issue and subjects of local or Heads of the realize that thereis : -St Louis of Opera Yukon-abe-cbaChallenge should happen to hear of anything "The Van Cleef hacienda?". "And soda uackt'I'-&Dd "
ceperal Interest, but It will party The Cltlsrm welcomes eipresaloes miles sUfar-"
not publish anonymous: Hawaii Calls Musician*-mbs ?" place seven or eight "Well, there you are !
communlratlocs: ,, *f the views *f Its reader
11:" nothing sure about the'outcome of an .7:30-Curtain Tim Drama-nba -. bat' the editor reserves therlKht "We're checking out of here tomorrow out. The main section was burned He smiled at Bert. "If you decideto f'
Vie Damone Serenade-cb. out last winter but part ot the ,
t deletemmr Item which stay on the property young (''t.feUIf
election. This more women than Famou. Jury Trials-abc .. morninghe said wondering
year ever .re> considered HI*I r warranted. servants quarters are intact-and and
; it from further
!I.m.ol Song Quiz-mb'* The writers. .....1. he3OO at her interest. "Just now protect
before will participate in the election, 7:45-H. Carmlchael 1onc-cb. fair sod e.ofioe Ike ,..u..... to I don't know'where we'll ))e." furnished. vandalism, you can have it for
$:00-The Life of Klley_nbc w....., asid write em ._ Ue "We: drove, past it, Coming in," practically nothing" i .
MEMBER ( ) Mrs. India Edwards says. She is the execu- Sins) It Again Quiz-cbs of .... paper ..1,.. ! A softness.came: into.the'sing.\ Bert said.O'Malley. "You certainly are very kind.
(3) 1948
tive director of the women's division of Twenty Ross Du...Questions.... Oetective-.bc9 the writers.nd will toast r..Ml.h mpa..y* .lb.letters ..- I er's your languorous mother with dark you eyes out"Is thud"Bert' that S reached for his broad' Mr. Malley.." They shook hands ;tu.' l

the Democratic national *c mmittee. She $;30-Truth or Consequence*-nUo less requested ....rwl_. nodded. "Funny." she said brimmed Panama. "Let's drive warmly. .
Amazing Matone-abc out and see if the cook-stove'i: in for a few days, and then
btop Me. Gag Show-mbsI BAR wistfully "how much she made come in and "
added I working order. see me.
: ,: SUGGESTIONEditor :
# & ; 00 think of'mine. Well. be sure '
S : -Hit Parade. Sinatra-nbo' me.. With misgivings, the McLanes As the twilight swiftly fell and

.. "Remember there ard 1,700,000 more Joan hang, Davis Busters Comedy-cbs Drama-aba'-r The Citizen* to leave.a' forwarding address( at viewed the wreckage. that once the cold night: quickly closed in ,

United Three for Money Cjuiz-nrb* the desk Mr.. McLane.. And good had been a ,magnificent drawing around them beneath a starembroidered -
voters in the
women States than items "
: Recent news reportedthat ,she. the
luck. Smiling '.opened
':30-Jnfl> Canova Show-nbc room library; and ,dining room. cobalt sky Lert and
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN men." To Be Announced- bsWhat' the local Bar Association door: and went into 'Blacker Only a ,few sticks of the .hand his mothersat' together in thecozy
t My .Nam:- -abc will endeavor to have our repre- office.v '1S some furniture had survived the kitchen- isolated thoughtful II
:0. How will the bulk of the 10:00-Radio
City Plathouse--nbo
.. women Let. Dance: America-cbs sentative and senator introduce 'What1uck'did. you'hav ?" his flames,and'water.. Ruined tapes: in the vast, brooding desert.

': 1. More Hotels and Apartments. vote? The answer to that question may upset trot. <.Iulz-abe-basic< legislation which will require notherasked: expectantly. .. ;.as. 'Bert tries sagged from' the walls,' ,and Only,the purring of the teakettle Ion
Chicago Theater-mbs came' c1t..t their Uble. -.4 the huge Broke the
that of the Juvenile heavy brocade -:draperies,' frombrokencwindows."The' range
our Judge '
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. the calculation of the Republicans who 10:30-Th Crand Ole'bptric: ( silence Bert crossed
Hayloft Hoedown-abc Court be a lawyer which means -"No:,sale! Hie"siid morosely. ceiling ha4 rose over to
: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. are so sure of victory. ":00-N..w.. Variety 2 brs.-cbsews that he would have to be a "Uneven: dthe crust: to call'me caved on'in'places,,but strangely, the stove, poured hot wate into a
,; Consolidation of County and > and Dance Hour-abc an'amateur.:', T. ". ", the huge, ornate,chandeliers were dainty china tea pot, and brought
It will be the aim of the Democrats Jxorn' Krai member of the lea1) bar. it to the table.
s :kin -mbs ] undamaged andezeeptfor.: corner Suddenly ,he
:: City Governments. Wellif .o11the'; eheeky'-eut.! -\f
: ; ;
11I5-Newi .. teaoherfe bad all'whoare :
Si Variety ta l-llbe Parents; lauded, ,
where the :had.noUproifected 't '
Mrs. Edwards "
stated to. ( out to the
5., Auditorium. poinl; .rageous ,things: /she sputtered
b Community
.11:30-Dane Showsmbal2OGDanclng "Remember
concerned) v>ith the questionof 'll > h .: them, the floor boards :till Mom,
,: L-. women in the United States,that PresidentTruman .C trttip.u.dabcwja.t! ;. juv nile ''delinquency should oHr f. ', : remained.' I" how,you were Jongmg for a. cup
Bert reached'.for.her hand.*"Ifyou've This the worst of It O'Mal- of tea.right atjllisve'ryspot: !*
is not to blame for the' continued think :well.ab9lt this. before our ? finished..with that ginger- is ; ,
"Just shows
ley smiled. "Now let's see: thegood.pat1.o& you should be care-
: increase in the cost of living They will I be NETWORK PROGRAMS representatives at1 Tallahassee ale Mom Itpt's'go.;v upstairs! and' _f' t ', ful what you wish tor. doesn'tit
: are allowed to make such get a' little.sleep?' And:sleep he "
: MONOGRAPH any And actually In contrast the ? A mischievous twinkle came
Local ;Time Fpr central
told that the President had tried Eastern
Subtract 'on* -hour.' formeiintarn; change 'in the law. did, a deep .slteppfezha1slion: servants' wing-a.series of small into her eyes. "Because, sometimeor
;::: County Commissioners;, to have price(/control re-established to subtract, two hours. Some local sta.t It would be nice for some local -I despite Davit's insult and GloriadeSylvia's bedrooms connected by.a narrow other.. you eventually get it." .
fit "
hour of relayto
change have this kindly concern, I to enormous But, despite their game cheerfulness -
lawyer to salaryfor hallway an pantry .
; minute'
local schqduls" prOgram -
Monroe County stop soaring costs of foodstuffs,4but that I
changes cannot be Inclulled.SUNDAY. [ a few hours part time work and kitchens-seemed'almost Bert felt pretty desolateas
-- Gentlemen: Republican congress headed him off in while he pursued the practice of I T HE next afternoons-after fruit. homey.'A .udden shifting of the ,' exhausted, he fell asleep in .J
las visits to hotels.and rooming wind had diverted the .blaze, the narrow bed that had.once be-
: The tentative budget, printed in every attempt he made to hold down! JULY 11 law. It would be a nice side income houses the McLanes visited saved most oft the furnishings. longed to the rich Van Cleefs

: ; The Citizen yesterday:: :seems: to need prices. Afternoon But we have enough sine- fat and genial real:esUte'agent, The, huge oil nge..ti1l. worked butler. He thought of Eileen, back ,(j
;i ,
S 1:00-America United. Talks-nbe cures in Monroe as it is .without Dan O'Malley.;Perhaps they could and the ,water system Mrs. Mc- in Los Angeles and of his brothers -
some slashing, and no subsidies, p1ea What effect will those fad}, have on To Ue Announced-cbs adding more. rent-a furnished' apartment. if it Lane discovered was still con and'bitterly, of the talented f

c Sam Pettingill Talkabc.baeioTi The of the Juvenile weren't too espensive, or share a, nected.with the 1arleftlkd'storage successful band leader Blackey
!the country's women voters? In trying to B* Antiounced-mb Judge f'
; little,houze.Mr. tank in the rear. Nevertheless Davis, who would have none of
1.15-Kditor at Home-abc Court and h> officer are the I
find the answer to that questi, it shouldbe The Music Box-mbs-basts! j O'Malley was sympath Ue. she looked doubtfully at him ,and what-he had to offer.
.:r 1:30-Chicago Koundtable-nbo mainsprings of our efforts to He'had lost a Ion lathe Marines,' Bert. 5' Some day he'd show that guy that
r borne in mind that women are not as Tell It Again.'l>rama-cbs :: cope with the rising problems of he said; and would certainly lketo o "It would be terribly lonely for he was not an amateur!

"c SAVING CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION partisan politically as are men. :Who National Contemporary Vespers'Iu.ic-mbs abc juvenile delinquency. The need : help them, But. there just you, Son." (T..'. centiuBcd) 'JC'jo

:1:00-First Piano Quartet-ntxs tn this for something more i .- .- -, --
knows --- ---- '
how the inroads of the Democratic
deep -
You Are There Orama-ct. than the possession of a law degree I

: A number of prominent church lead- campaign in stressing: 'the high cost Air\\eek; .lore Around* S hown\ iabc, ',17 'oJ!} An understanding of juvenile LEGALS I I LEGALS LEGALS ,)

=: ers are expressing themselves to the effect of living, will be in the independent, and o-Roloort News Comm..ut.rycbs1 Merrill Cont-en-nke' '.- psychology, an .ability to 'S 'H'F.I C-

cope with negligent parents, are ," COI'Wr'OP'TflE ftnrtJT 'OtItTOP, tilE
:Mr: PresldentiabeNews !>'TMK riRCHT CeiRT OF iv THE riRrrir IV TilE (
': that our Christian civilization cannot be Republican women's vote? .-. Voteransanel-mb5; _. ?' basic needs in filling this job'To Rlhf>. ITH JtUKIAL FIKtKN-TIt JtDltlAb (IK- FIBVFNTII JlDHltL CIRC ITHF '
I kt
Z 4s- '
: saved. without some type of major social No wonder the outstanding Republican : Opinion nbc rf ,.11'iymphnn7 -' my knowledge no. local lawyers I> A.l> FOR ,.)lO .I""I FOR 110\: ROt: f'Ol'NTT. FI.OH1U ,- IAMI FOR WUKOR ('OtT\'. Jf'\ ')
1:00-MUSKParade tibuw--cb.- have ever made a study of juvenile .COI'T"'. INRFRNARTt ("JltrERS. .,. IN HAUJfUO.. IX I:MAX, KK,.
7: and economic revolution regardless of the leaders are uneasy.about the overconfidence :.ewS itroadeost-abO v' ". v ..' problems. Generally speaking fani .. a1-4s. (-.- N*. ..--a Case >.. 1I-4U <
: that is entertained by) millions of Summer Melody-mbs > H. I'I.Atlioa.: DOUOTHT LAUSKN PARKEB. CARL It. RISIERSPlaintiff
any successful scout masterof Plaintiffv I .
: fact that the greatest revolutions of modern Republicans. l. ..H '""*' S1-Amerlian' Almanac-abe. school teacher would be better . . *. / r>i>'oncn ,,. lUYliRCn VH., IllS,
3:30-One lan. Family-nbo T: MART josprnixn STRRN PLAS'k -I JOHN, J. P\RKBR. CHARLOTTE MAT ROGERS
times in Russia Germany.,and Italy! S t : ,." Life Dance Begins Half-Hour at SO=mbs*bc :.,-* .J qualified for the job than the ., ; : Defendant Defendant 1 '
: ;"' aL ; > ORDER, OPPtLIA1'tOT
'I ;average .lawyer. -' "' Solicit T0APPECK"tN .
: failed t;expand the freedom of humanily. Thomas' Jefferson is" "''American 4:00-QuU Kids. Joe Kelly-aba:? '> OHI1FH OF:rI."ULI'TIO'ITO TIll NAMB ..F. THK, STATR. ,TO: .. II
one( i To lie Announcedabchoots '.:... ,.. .,, ,:Ypu can't meet the problemof : :MART JOSKI'HISK! "'TFRot: OK FLORIDA- Charlotte May R0gCTEill ,!oJ"'j
; William Henry Chamberlin, writing whose words and works )bear* cldse" Study of Mystery-robs .our. *. young people from a I S PLASKI. TO: JOHX J_ PARKER.: Lake tureet.Norwich. ,
4:15-Cal Tinney: Talksbo4:30News legalistic,. viewpoint. I P.o. BOY, 174 do American <*on.ulate .General -I Connecticut. hq
'::: by those who belong to no" privileged !. Living 1J4S-nbo folchenter, Connecticut Ton are hereby required to appear "MCII Ilit
Journal .
in The Wall Street out
. Make Mine Mimic cbs If there is a lawyer who can Tou are lerehyrrquared; to appear A. P. 0. No. ?J7. rio ,PoMmaiter the bill'for DIvorce filed Bgaint \ t..
group. *, .5S Milton cross Records-abc" qualify for the job,. well and to the Kill of Com. p mint for you la the above styled eay..e on or
::::- that the capitalist, or individualist economic : ) C !JetecliIysterieemb.: j divorce In ,the. dhorc 8ted. cause San I-Vancioco. California l before the JSth day: of July. A. III .
S 5:00-\uthor Meets.Critics-ijb. good( But there are many othersin on or before the" Iflth 'ea'. of Angbet tilantrchow. China 4K. otherwise, the allegation contained .
:=- system leaves the individual free to Personal Autograph-abc other walks of life who can A. D, 19 4 ft. ntherwtoe the alVe- You are hereby. notified and re- therein will be taken a* o.>nfe \
Contrary to the general and expressed Under Arrest Drama-mbs ably fill this job. And in some gallons- Harr..lnill be taken; as ,tired to appear" ; to the: Kill .of iie ;:: follow the promptings of his own reason, !5;1 -Phil Davis Orch.-cbs ... ed. '- (Complaint for divorce filed In the Done and Ordered at Key Wet,
belief itis i a good idea to carry water ft:30-Jane Plckens .. __, cases the legal habit of thought .n'Th Order be publlnhedonce above styled caui e.. ,on or hefor Florida. thin Zath day of June A.
: conscience or taste. There is nothing the Frankie Carle Band cts would be a hindrance. a week fOr'" four ron"ecutlTeweeks August 3. 1148: otherwise, the allegation ) I I). 194Circnit.
on both shoulders so as to preserve the Counter Spy Drama-abc In The KeyWfltCiI4zell.: a of said Bill Complaint '( Court Real)
:: to "prevent from I leading What Make iou Tick-BibaEvening I have been a member of the newspaper published In''the. CHy: alItb taken as confessed Ron C Sawyer of
system anyone balance. Florida bar since 1921. I do not of 'Her n>IIt. Florida : 1)aiedthis lt day of July. 1111. Clerk of tl>e Circuit Court, .
DOM: AND fHtDKRCD thin 9th (8I'all Ron C Sawyer Sionroe'Counly. Florida.By ,,
belong to the local bar associa-
an existence of complete communal equality" :00-Catholic Radio-Service-nbo day The Family I I1me-tbe .* .| tion. As County Judge of Indian Seal>. Roes C Sawyer of Monroe County. ,Florida. Clerk
: or from living on basis of "much TO RUN U. S. FROM BERLIN
a CororaentJaboThose
Drew Pearson River County I was ex-officio Clerk, of the Circuit Court .171 Florence t:.- *wr..r: Enrique Emiulnaldo. Jr.
Webster :S>klt-mbsf Monroe County Florida Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff
;r stricter equality than one finds in the so- :ID-News Summary-aboC Judge of the Juvenile Court of Its,: Florence K., Saw>'er. JOHV C_ 8tLLIVAN Deputy A Jun :1; 'Jul I S-1.-1I, ltft

ctlled: Communict order of Soviet Russia More than two million Germans in the :30-Hollywood Preview-nbe, ,', that county. In my experiencein Deputy, ."CerL| P.ENJAMIN r CARET.Attornern .
: r
summer Guest Concert1I'ITo this (p4)A.l.1.AN B. ,Cl.hAHB. Jr., for Plaintiff. ., '
office I rmctiT
or "from selling what he has, giving all or western sections of Berlin face starvation Be Announced-abc / came to the con Solicitor. for Plaintiff. Py benjamin 'F:. Carey n TMR JIDICItl. CIRTIIT0V OP TUPKIKKNTH
1 Ick Carter. DeiectHe-mbs clusion that the JnIIO.17-Z4-31.IJ4i .
.L average lawyer : !913 Inrraham Buildlnr. I FLORUIT.l .
.:. most of it to the poor, or what he considers because the Russians have halted all food 1:00 The-Let's Oene Talk Autry HoJlywood-nbe.fahow- L. would be a misfit in it. In my f r Ijul.Miami 1-14-17-14! Florida.114*. '.. ASIa THK FOli UTATR M01ROK OF 4Ot'ST%. I". .

=- deserving causes and living a life shipments from Soviet-controlled areas. 1 Lose Adventurabc1lyst.ry dealings with children and IV' eH.%%r"RI". lt':.
lame 50. 11-45
' Playhouse-mbs us THB nnrriT ro LHT OF THEEI.EL1'ITH S
self-denial." This is in addition O'Brien Drama-nbDlondie young people who had gotten ...It'liciALCiii. TBOIXino ,":". hlZOX, i.U
: qf austere to the impasse betweenthe 1:30-Pat ,
,. into trouble and '. Plaintiff,
and Daewood cbs with their parents t I IT IN AND .'oa MONKUKCOtNTl. TUB CIRCIIT rocnr or TIlE
:. Mr. Chamberlin. points out that under Russians and the Western Allies over Bill Goodwin Comedy-abc and relatives I found myself : '. STTK OF FLORIDA.IN .Ii. KLKtF.NTH .n DI"'L' CIRCI:ITOF 'iAqr."mA AsrSC'10 AVM'CMRNT. : II
mb ,Pi.OUIlA.
Gabriel Ueatter :ihow- ( "A,rF.R'. THE STATE OF
a free political and economic system, an the shipment of food into Berlin from the :00-The Shaw Chorale-nbc! fortunate in having a highly (.... \... 11e4a. ,' IV. AND FOR "O ROE TO NT\. piaLirvno Defendant ... ,.
!Sam Spade Adv..nturea-cba competent and very humane woman LORR.MNC. ERB.. IV tllANCKKV.Ca TO.ORDF.R.O" : .
r individual is rarely put under any intolerable Western zone or from the outside coun- Stop the Music Qul*-abc as' head of ,the S Plaintiff. ":e N*. 11431IIARNET i
Tb. Mediation Board-ribs county 'va. nirOHCI-1 .ACrID'SMAHLARjtRlt i'r.OROE: Jftpcfina Annnrlon.Ira. 'S '
.r; pressure to refrain from speaking tries. *: :30-RFD America QuU-obo, nurses. I learned to lean heavilyon .. :0. Plaintiff. I Zamfcale Luzon. P L. ...
'.... Dn'ORCa: Tou required to appearto
XcbsItlovies \ are
The Man Called ; Defendant .
,: out against what he regards as wrong and The Russian idea is plamX Moscow' Commentary-mbs her 'and her judgment in the ORDER OF PtHLICVTION: EDNA DORIS BARNEY ,. the Bill for Annulment filed
I:4S-Twin'Newt Comment-mbst problems which arose: There .is TO Defendants 'against >'ou In the above styled ..
;: injustice. He says, "The very worst; that wants to force tne Germans to accept the :OG-Merrr-Go-RoDnd-Dbo: 1 no doubt 'in my mind that she Mahlar Erb. t ORDER OF rururATio raitne 'OB or before the Iltb day of
A. IX 194S. otherwise the ,-
,, TO AuffUfU.
: ".;.: can be said against American conditions Soviet demand that Great Britain, the Walter Winner/ \Vinctiell Take All-Time cbs-abo ;was much more capable of being 2724 Philadelphia N." Wrrrnock! (32)Street PmnsyUa-. Edna Doris Barney, allegation .'oittstnedthervln'' will \J\\

Meet Ue at I'arkr'aruibs:154iollaood : (Juvenile Judge than I was. With nIt Zi Waldron be take an -.-ooofeMed.
sr can be almost literally: shouted from their United States and France 'ithdravv from g ,Comment-Abe this experience I convinced ;You' are hereby, required, to appear )- DoTcr Sew Don* and Graered at Key West
am June A.
housetops, published in books and maga- the joint control of Berlin. Under the .:30 Strike-llbum It. Rich Familiar.'I Qul*Mulc-cbs-,nbo that to restrict this pdfcition to divorce to In the,the Bill.above to Complaint styled cause for 5'bathe Too are Bill hereby for Divorce required aaalaMyou appear JJ.Florida un. this. 25th, .day *f-.

:;: zine articles, proclaimed in radio broad terms of the Potsdam Agreement,- each of MiperstlttoB Dramas snow--mbs abe lawyers would be a sad mistake on 1948.. the- otherwise lad dyM the Avgvt 4tl cattonstherein A" D. or before'. In the the above 2
Ito Living :
a. '
S and a step backwards. If this D' 114$. otherwise the all..atl.ftaI"GRtaln..4 : Clerk of Circuit Court,
certain taken ranfetmetf.This
be an
section of It bc
casts. the four powers had a 10-00-Take It or Leave le taken asconfessed. By.: (.d> Florence K. Sawyer.
therein wIll .
Mickey Rooney ShowcbsComedy court is merely to exist as an of 'Otd..r.0' .be') ObiiM'ed oncea ClerkKnrlqu .

"In a totalitarian state," he points Berlin under control. Since the Russianzone Writers Show mbs-abo fice for a lawyer, let's abolishit week for four eonseeutlveweeks' .( :IKJNB .AND OROERE' : Key KnqninaldV S Jr Deputy,
Voice of Strings- S in The KfyVW CitU n A newapaper -
;': out, "the Christian minister or priest, like of occupation entirely surrounds Ber-, 10.30: -H.nelde Show... T pabll-hed in. Key W..t. Florida We..t. Florida .this 'JjlH. .day of Jun Attorney II; *ml for I-J..n.Plaintiff l 4t. I
Escape Drama Serteo-cbs B. W. KETCHUM. : Jun. A. U. 154$ .
: every other citizen, is inhibited by the certainty lin, it is possible for the Russians to inter- Commentary on .Ioviebo West Fla Done and'i"'d. this' ht day of (Circuit Court Seal I) : -
Clary Gaietto-mbs Key July A. D. 1918. ROB* C Sawyer. IaRu..aaB.RSTBOG .
: of immediate ruthless punishment fere with food shipments coming into Ber- 10:4S-To Be Announced-abc July 9, 1947.Subsorme '. SEAL> Ross: C. Sawyer Clerk of Covat the Circuit. Florida.Court.Monroe ARM BRAND COFFEE

:.; against lifting his voice in protest against lin by rail fronvthe Western zones. 11.00 News.Newa Variety.t Variety Dance I brs 2 hrs..-nbc-cbs Clerk of the County.Circuit Florida CourtMonroe 'B,.: ted) Florence,E. Sawyer Clerk. I TRIUMPH

News and Dance Band-abc to The Citizen. By (la4) Anne C., LoftC"'ortlt. P. C. Deputy !
such eminently un-Christian practices as The Western nations have refused to 'News. Dance Band S bra.-mbs THOMAS S. CARO. Enrique Enqulnaldo, Jr. I COFFEE

... I I 12-00-Daacisc<<: Continued abc-west Solicitor! for the Plaintiff Attorney for Plaintiff.Jun
all such
slave-labor demand that
and arbitrary arrest: and accept the Russian -' LEGALS JulJ-l'-iI-24-J 4lV Ie: jul J117. 1MI. MILL .J ,

= beatings." S shipments be subject to Russian} inspectionand Kt .
Your ,
Continuing to contrast the, situation approval. The present food"supply of HoroscopeSATURDAY. if THE ciRcrrr corny or THK I\ Tile CIRCriT J1'RICIAL COt'RT OF THE CIH- 7il Grocer.IIRR.n..aaN
.: that exists in this country as compared theAllied nations, in their sections Berlin JULY 10. 1948. IN Af D FOR MOROB:' COC\TT.OF JIDU1AL CIHCtlTI CUT IV ASH FOR' HOVROB

S -!: \\lih the totalitarian states, Mr. Chamberlin will lait slightly than.thirty days.In Today indicates a companionableand 15! CHA THB%CER"sTATE. OF. FLORIDA. ANU OF FOR FLORIDA XOVHOB! IV COl'iCTsSTATE t'HAN rOt IV CHtVCLRl.Cm STY. STATE-" '... OF' FLORIDA. ,
jovial person but one'who .. CERt. \ I1-44S
-!; says Freedom is health' of the soul, the meantime, the pro-Russian Contingent !- may have too great a love for !'a**BERNARn> 11441hERBERT HOt SE.. r.. S.. 11-4M FLORENCt. C. WHITE DI 'ORCE. -ACT10VPlaintiff. SEARS SPECIAL
: of the moral instinct that makes men recognize of the American public' should understand the luxuries- or comforts of life, Y*. Plaintiff.'DIYORCE Plaintiff. .
ever to make a great success.: If ws::. DtTORCB ACTION PETE B. WHITE. : ,
;:- the distinction between right and very clearly that the Russians IIefendant. HELEN JHAX'E HOLLAR. Defendant.ORDFR CI.a'i\
this be the case an effort should Defendant OF PTMLICATIOVTO.
:: wrong. But scientifically organized ty anny are ruthlessly applying the strategy of be made to hold 'the desires in!I TO. : ORDER VERSA OF CLIFFORD PlBLICATIOt: HOI SB. ORDER OF rtBUCATIO : .

.;: means death of the soul and atrophy of starvation to gain their political ends. check ;and especially not to tak :; U South Broad NewJereey.Street. TO:Helen Jeanne- ,Hollar Pete. B.< White MilitaryPolice (21744. .- H. QXZ SALE. )
the criticisms of the world t : Co. A. P. Q. SU
;: the individual's ability to feel well There timeiabout Ton are liereby required to appear !I.I concreva Street
as as was a *;quarter serio\.31Y'\ to' 't>. Bin of' Complaint for Emporia. Kanaan r/o lost Mauler. ,8an! FraaeUco. -

:- to express repulsion for acts of brutality of a century ago when the nations of the SUNDA WLY$1\ i1kbday on divorce or before Im the th*above 3rd day.styled of Aam*..-t. Ton t o are th Bill hereby of Cotnplalat.required to for appear <
:: and opression :" earth renounced the use of war as an Instrument A. I). 1948." otherwise the allegation / in the above styled cms on to the Bill of Cemplaiat. fordivorce.
gives 'refined tastes. Thereis therin will be take aa con- the 19th day of July A. 0.. 194*. In the above styled cause *
: The writer concludes that "it is this national 'it I fefned.TbU. otherwise the aUerationa therein. .a the 4th day .f Aou.--. 4 It.114S. ,
of policy.' was not a restless and domineering tendency -: Order U to be published will be. taken a* confeM4. otherwise the aJUcattona. Beat U Hut by Letting Your .-

.: consideration.. renders so perverse thought necessary at that time and for in those born in the early, once a week for four concecfetlr This be p.bll'he4 one a therein will b. taken a. t"Oltf..d. Telephone. Shop' for You. '*,
S ThU order to be pab""b" once
hours. with a to week In the. Key West C'ltizea. a week for four coimecuttvo weeks In '
and downright freakish the attitude of many years afterwards, to get,nations of authority in propensity the presence assert of- newspaper Kpy.t.. pabllnheoT Florida. In the City of The Key 4 West l. Key au.TTAFlorida..... a newmtaparpubllxb a In week TaX Ker for four West con Cltlsen.catlt a: week._,*- Phone 1560 '7.*

that minority of religious leaders who profess the earth to agree not to ,use starvation as elders which trait diminishes in I ITftae And Ordered this 2nd day Done a'bd Ordered< this Itch day paper. published la KeyVeat. Florida Jar All Your Need .vit

find in the those born as the day advances.A .tot July A. IX 134 .' of Jane, A. D.. 114$. and' Oredred thIs 5nd day- .
to perfect barbarism of totalitarianism an instrument of national policy. The Fascist (SEAL) .(SEAL) Don .. .
;: proper mixture- of this trait Rose C SawyerClark Rosa Bawyer. f July. A. D. 114$. : .
a higher application of countries and now Russia seem to be be of advantage. of the Circuit Court kC.of the Circuit*Oovrt.Mnro I (SEAL Ro. C. 'SawyerClerk "

:: Christian principles than in the imperfectS willing to bring about.the starvation of may I i .By (Moaroo Hi) .Anne Cfrnaty C. LoncwarUv Florida, By S: : (ad.) Anne Cwtiaty..C. Loafworta.Florida. !,r Monroe of the County.Circuit'.Florida.Court Sears Order Office. .v uSImontoa
id C. D. C.
1 Deputy Clerk. By ( ) Anne Loncworth.
civilization which la associated .with free innocent people in roder. ajn political The adding machine was Invented Deputy .Clerk.. THOMAS 8. CARO .
to, :, .(sd) Allan.R. Cleare. Jr Thomas & Caro. < at Fleming ,Sbt.t :.
: in the United States. la IUS. Solicitor for the Plaintiff. Solicitor: for the Plaintiff. I
political. and economic institutions. v i objective 1879. il .1a1J.II.n.u-tuf.
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SOCIETY NEWS ., 1\ Three Wq'el : Vacation In Bahamas' ; ; .

By JESSIE GIBSON I IIIJtJIIJWIUImIJ |!| ':Report Nassau :';Modern, Busy Place FORECAST

llUUWlltUlUnlllmtIUIIIW1lWU1ltUlftlHIIIIIWlltaUWllwWilWt WIHH UItI Key West and Vicinity: Psrtly
j Three Kev Westers and a relative -.R. W. Sawyer, brother of Bert cloudy with scattered: afternoonand

Ilnu'aii's Haunting ,Music. And from ,Miami have Just returned and Mrs. Albury. He told the evening showers and thunderstorms -
from a most enjoyable and guesU how proud I am to meet today through Sun
Moonlight Feature Meeting restful three-week vacation, in the with my family on Cuch an occa day. Gentle to moderate.ri.-
I Bahama Island sion" and expressed the wish that able winds mostly southeasterly

Of Qffi ers' Wives.Club The local residents are Mr. and the futurewould hold in store Florida: Partly cloudyh
Mrs Bert Sawyer and their for'help. manyK'n events scattered afternoon and evening

Officers' daughter. Margaret.. 1218 Newton' Among. those at the party were showers and thunderstorm ; today .
The Wives Club was uations, everything turns out street, And the Miami relative U Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sawyer Mr. tonight and.Sunday except
entertained at its regular meeting : smoothly. .Mrs George Alburjvsislef. of Mr. and'Mrs: Bert Sawyer and daughter cloudy witH occasional rain sad
at the commissioned :_ "Haleiwa Maid", writtenfor '
yesterday was Sawyer.. Mrs: Georee Albury; Mr. and thunderstorms Tallahassee area
officers' mess Ft Taylor, an entertainer in the islands, The Sawyers left Key West Jby Mrs. George Robert! and then .today.

with a group, Hawaiian oan- d known for her curly hair, win- bus on June : ',for Miami. where two'>$o"ns." Mr._and "Mrs. CliftoVPmdervMr. East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville .

res. ring smile. sparkling, eyes, pret- their met Mrs..Albury and visited ..and-Mrs.'V irian Pin=; through the Florida
Mrg, Ruth Embree introducedthe lips and tender '
ty glances. with other relatives for two days der, Mr and Mrs Rav 'S W'p-' Straits Gentle to moderate
numbers with brief explanatory I, "E Liliu E"ij the musical ador- From Miami, the group ,flew ti '(Mr. Sawyer U the only "dentis southeast to south'today,
statements, and recalled to ation of their. Lilmokula- '
queen '
chanted in Nassau and their
Nassau. There they two tons.
tonight and Sunday. Partly
of the the nostalgic ni she sat her throne.i i
many Audience as
planro and flew en to Spanish Mr. Sawyer, who returned herewith scattered
I cloudy weather with widely
beauties of the islands. I 1 I Following the Juncheon a bus-
Wells, former island home of Mr. his family Wednesday report showers and thunder-
The numbers were: "Little iness meeting was held before
this his first visit >
Sawyer and Mrs.: AlbUry, was t storms.
Brown Girl, which tells the adjuoming to.the garden for the '
j the Bahamas in 26
Friends and relatives in Spani years.rhf
Jacksonville to Apalachicola:
ttory of a boy who has returnedto ... 'I
grogram I i lsh Wells gave the visitors a warm islands have changed completely Nomall.; craft or storm warningshave :
the states, and his longing Past president Mrs. R. H. Har-
welcome feted and entertainedthem Since I Was there last. he say; been issued.
thoughts of reutrn to his little wood was presented with a gift now
is ani'busy
throughout their stay there.Then "Nassau a modern
brown girl in her little from the club President
grass by
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,they flew1 back to Nassau place. The main street ReportKey
Shack. :Marge Seabrook for her work
for family reunion. lined with up-to-date stores.
"To You Sweetheart Aloha"was as chairman last-year number West Fla, July 10, 1945
A long-to-be-remembered garden .a of hotels then
easily .Understood, for the Donation by the club of the patty brought the relative that credit to,any cit tObservation taken at City Office
English lyrics tell the story as ice cream for the monthly Old. 'for-a quiet reunion cele in Florida.." 8:30 A.M.. EST)
the dancer tells it with her Folks' Home
birthday Temperahue
parties ;
oration The party was given at: 'The. Sawyers arc- loud in then
was approvedThe the family residence -0f the "yisitors' praise of,the bfcpitality deployed Highest yesterday 91
Hala Hala Kao" is one of the door prize was won by Lowest last night'I
Vivian ftnder/ and _byv they came into
modern hulas, telling the story Mr<. Grace Naser. nephew everyone Mean __ 86
Mrs. Orange was : the contact yvith.on.,the islands. The
of two people a ride Nuo Mrs Pace and Mrs. Pindcr. 83
: on up ]Herbert J. color scheme of'the party;;which agreed, '"We 3 had a wonditft Nonnal.
Pale the beautiful moonlit Thomas B. Logan will be jointhostesses' -'* *' PrecipitationTotal

,scenery, until they have'C:1r* at the meeting. 'of July. i was highlighted! by: a "speech. ,.tih.. C. ..L. v.', ..heg.t.. ,_......... ..... ,fast 24 hours .00 ins.
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trouble. However, as in most sit, 23. : : -:-- : jo'byi yi ffvCTDeception .. Total this month .92 ins.

': i J :, Deficiency this,month .07 ins.
Grandson Of l iJ n *
\ Miscellaneous; .1' : ., Total this year _. 18.61 ins.
Shower Given *
1 ; h. 'T' this 3.82 itv.
West :Iii 1 Parish (Center Totibn'or year
.Key; i } Relative Humidity
I Honoring Mary; E. ,Johnson; : Priests at 8i30 AJ4 .
Naval Academy ; : 66'.c

Bride-Elect Of S. G. Loive .i I. BarometerS
I Mr. and Mrs.'Ramon MatTe, .A reception honoring. Father ( *. Laval &30 A.1'..

'A miscclalneous shower honorIng line Jolly- Edna .Elwood..'Catherine I i 624 Elizabeth street..- say. :their I Joseph Marine, SJ,, and' father 30.06 ins.-1018.0 mba.

Miss;.Mary Elizabeth John- Bert: Sarah. Bertha Lowe, | gran lsota Mar-vini Ataiieto.Q 1lz,!i Michael: Cronin: SJ will be Tomorrow's Almanac

yen, bride elect of Sidney GLove Faye Bervaldi, Patricia Anne i of Baltimore has entered the:!j t given, ,jointly by'.the'Holy Nam? Sunrise 5:43 ;:.In.

; was given by her attend- Johnson Evelyn Jane Smith, I i i U. S. Naval Academy as a-. mid- *F Society: and Catholic Daughters Sunset 7:19 pm.
ants Misses. Sarah Bertha Lowe, Cleora Roberts Nita Smith Da- I :hipman at Annapolis. ; of:Amenca. in Ute.Parish Moonrise 10:49 a.m.

Catherine Berst Faye Elizabeth la Sawyer, j!! "Marvin isa veteran 'of Wprid".War .: Center .on Duval' street Sunday) Moonset<<,; 11:25 p.m.

Bervaldi., and Patricia Russell Mesdames Faye Crouch, Ruby .. II'and saw .SerV & in Ihs: at'7" p. m, -
j l I PhilippineS and Japan :aboard' a' All members of.these organizations -
in the Fleming. Street Metho- Rudd, E. C. Criggs. J. B. Reid ;' TIDES -
dist .Church. Annex Thursday William R. Pratt Henry Munro;. PGM asa- fire,. ntfOl / 1. ;_ and friends. are. invited Tomorrow

afternoon, Albert Pinder, Ann Brady, Before entenng:the:;'Academy.I*. to'. attend.. (Naval Base) '
A' ,musical program was presented lene Speer, Peggy Johnson A-AI-I I he was sent to1 the"'Natal College .Eastern Standard Time)

Lorraine. Nottage was pianist Knowles. Julia Nelson H. E. ,1 and Preparatory; School''at Bain-' ; VFW Auxiliary '. High Low
for th.e program. Aliene Day; Roland Albury, j|.i ridge,,Maryland. !from which he 1:27 a.m. 6:40
Spear;sang-"My Hero"! and "Clo- .Jack Matcovich, Peter graduated in May. 1948. lie entered Holds 'Meeting 'Ios. p.m. 7:48 p.m.
ser.'Than Pages in a Book", and 'vich, J. E. Gordson. MatC'I'I. the U. S. Naval Academyin :

Faye ,Bervaldi sing .""Sweet- ton Florrie Warren June. i The ,Ladies Auxiliary to V: F. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
heartland "If You Ask Where. Sawyer. Dagny Porter, E. J.( Marvi'n is the son of Mr. And W: 'Post No. 3911. held a ,meeting Reference Station: Key West
Love 1is Tound". Deat, Robert Cater. M. 'Carl" [ Mrs Willie Marrero-Ortiz. 'The' ,Thursday 8 p. 'm. in the Tim.of 1 Height of

Mrs. Carl Bervaldi and MrS: Lewis Pierce, Frank Roberts'; later is a native and former Armory on White' street StatloaTid. {thigh water

Ralph Johnson served at, the Fielden Elbertson, Juliette I resident Kev; now|i.v Miss Beverly. Arthur, a new JaUa Honda
punch bowls' which were' decorated '- Killip Marie Russell Me-I I residing in Baltimore. '.me&iber, took her ,Auxiliary (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft

with lacy fern and hibis. Sands, Sam B. Pinde, Rado I ; ligation. 'She: ;w ts sworn in by tfo Name Key
Cash, L: H. Muse, Melvie' Jolly, the Auxiliary's chaplain, Mrs 'H. (east end),_+2h 20m
cus.Misses Patsy and Joyce Marie Rose Mary: Bradley, Merrill Fel- I, Intimate .Glimpses Edith- Whitney. 3oca Chica -

Johnson helped untie gifts. ton Bradley Sweeting., The .members. voted. to hold a (S ndy PointV- 40ai .
AGuess. were: Misses Antoinette I i B,.A. Lewis.-John-A. Kmmles, Mrs. Harry .Sawyer. 1312 Pine >beach picnic on Wednesday, alder Channel
Roberts Lillian Carey Luclle Gene Lowe; 'Lily Russell, Lawton -, street is'spendihS* 'twS VfeeKV July 21,. subject approval, by (north end) _+2h 10m +1.. ftoOo

Finder, Lorraine Nottage, Allene 'Wat
Speer, Peggy Johnson Joan Curry Cleveland Johnson How-. Frank Riveor. will bring box luncher VOTE: ,

Porter Margaret Pinder, Ruth 1. ard Gates, Ben Adams, and Benjamin for .this affair, with the members (-)Minus s'gn: Corrections
Strieker.., Patty Duane. Jacque- Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones, of the,auxiliary furnishing to be subtracted.

._._ .. ,----"- -- -- _. -- 1121 Fleming street, will leave I punch 'for"refreshment (+)--PlUs sign: Corrections to
early Sunday morning for a On Thursday, July 1, the hospital be added.
TourBoys Born -In Ni'lIl&spillll; I month's tour of Newt York state, :chairman;, with severalmembers'of fh) .

I slopping in Washington. D. C. on : the auxiliary, gavea ( >-Minutefft
One Tipped Scales Over 11 Pounds their way northward. They will bingo party for the boys in )-!eet.

visit M-r. Jones's .mother in Albany Ward D at the Naval Hospital

'Four boys were born to wiv,-, PCS 1384, Naval Station gave N. Y. On Thursday, July 15. they will rlnmm8n WIum.What's .

of U. S. Navy personnel in. this "birth to a six-pound. eight-ounce: hold 'another. party in another
sun 7:20 o'clock that morning Mrs. Mae Parsley. Ft. Wayne, ward at the hospital. Doing
area Tuesdav and Wednesday of
The new arrival has been given Indian is visiting her brother. The auxiliary voted to send a at the
this wrek. One of the boys tipped the name of Barry Wayna. Captain Oliver A. Smith, MC- wreath to the Saunders funeral

the ,scales over eleven pound*:. to- An eight-pound, five-ounce son USN, U. S Naval,Hospital.Joe : t to be h d"'Sunday. 'Mrs. Saunders ARMED SERVICES

The, first son was born 2:15: was born 4:08 p.m. Wednesday to : 'was'tlte mother of a.member Y.M.C.A.

o'clock Tuesday afternoon to Mrs. AIr:;. Bettv Wisniewski. wife of Finder a director of the of;the Post. Jackson Squat. WhiUhttd

Virginia Dolan, wife of LCDR Emmett Wisniewskie, Lt. OPDE- Florida National Bank has. re-' 'The- next' meeting: of the auxiliary and Southard Bureau

John Henry Dolan FSS, U. S. VSTA. Section Base. No nam; Naval Station. The baby weighed has yet been selected for the boy. Brunswick. N. J.. where .he took July. 22 in the:Artporv.Scooter .

11 pounds and 11 ounces at birth.I At 9:01 pm. Wednesday. Mrs. a two-week bankingcourse: =-at 1:00 P._ M.-Movies.Saturday

He has been given the name 'of I'{ Ja ruihne, McPherson. wife of Rutgers University. : : + Clnb '0:15 P.M.-Jake Box Dancing en

Kevin.. I Charles Kenneth McPherson 'the patio.

The other. boys were born Wed;I QM2 USS Cubera. Naval Station. The wekly NCCS dance was I To Hold Party Sunday .

nesday.. gave birth to. an eight-pound, held Wednesday night .,at, the ':43 A.M.-Java Club discussion -
Mrs. Eris Burleigh. wife of i three-quarter ounce .,on. He has NCCS Servicemen's Club with The Southernmost Cushman Group.

Frank Carlton Burleigh. ENC,' .been named Michael Patrick.. Jupior hostesses and servicemen Scooter Club, last night at its UooA."Go to CHURCH

_.- -- ---. from different bases. and ships: I regular: meeting elected officers Parties."
I and made 'plans for an anniverrary -
3OOP.M. Oassical Hour, selections -
Library Committee Arranges Music was furnished:by Arent s party'on' July 29 when the announced.

I Sjursen_ and his orchestra. club will .year'old. 3:00 p"lL-F Hour on

,Program Interest Residents Steve Buchweifz. SA Sylvia Officers elected were? 'Paul the Patio. Community Sing-
Sanchez and -Michael -Vonesh.: Watler president; Morris Wit- ing. Beatrice Moreno at the

extensive under with TE2, served refreshments. soiv vice-president; Claudia Piano.
An program Interest library are way, .
Watler secretary; Jose ,Padron. 10:00 P.M.-Coffee Hour.
Key Westers in the public fund razing campaigns startingin ;.
treasurerNormars : McDonald,
library is planned by the Wo- the fall. --..,..-- C. S. O. meeting {Girls' Service -
man's Club library committee Mrs. Lewin stressed the needof : Organization), every 2nd
which met under the directionof new books for the library, I and 4th Monday.
the chairman Mrs. Kermit and the fact that civic organizations Game Room: Chinese Checkers -

Lewin yesterday afternoon.A will be called upon to aid I cers appointed fwere Maurice chess cards, ping-pong, pool,
Wilson and Javier Oreapeza. writing desks, library, current
story book hour for children in acquiring new fiction but also
ages 1 to 8, will be held Satur- text books,of technical nature I magazines various table games,
Daughter to'AlburnsMrs. : ? : 1: etc.
days from 10 to 11 a. m. This for use by the college students
story hour will begin Saturday., during the 'summer. E. A. Roberts, 1819 Har- I--K .lr- Showers tennis rackets, golf

July 24,. and is intended to stimulate Mrs. Leland Goddard gave ris avenue, is in receipt of a let- clubs fishing line, cameras
interest in the library $10 to be used for subscriptionsto ter from Mrs. Shura Alb Iy'of 1021 Duvtl St**.i checking service film service
Pensacola. Florida telling of the mailing and wrapping packages,
among children. Volunteer read- national magazines, as the
ers will be used and those with library has no service of that birth of a daughter, Linda Ann, DEFENSE FORCES receiving messages phone booths

experience in child teaching are type. Donations of magazines is I to her son and daughter-in-law, PROGRAM stamps, railway express service,
available to SERVICE PERSON-
needed* the library's only source of such (Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Alburyon d.umoqx NEL.Lesklgh
Plans far modernization of the reading material. June %5. I Davis Director.
.- --, ,- .. .- .-- _. -_._-. Mr. Albury his mother .Gerald Pinder-Prop-am DI-
2:00 .I.-Boxing Training.
.re former residents of his
F dry. having moved to PensaColaabout 1:00 P.M. 6:00 PJ.L-Dressing I rector.

JFirsflrjl t.1 ; ApplyTo Wed a year and ,a half .go. He Rooms,Showers for Bathers. Lillian nr-Secretary.InformationDesk
Doreen Cruz
is connected National
with AirLines
Clu8.Is.:Given:* !\ An application for a marriage and has recently received 10:00 AMf -Communion Break AidaSeeks

license was filed today in the orders transferring him to N fast, Whitehat Club, VS. Naval
?: Instructions j I:office of County Judge Ray- ark N. J. w-1! Base (2nd Sunday). DivorceA
jmond i R. Lord by Pedro L. B. 1:00 P.M.: Picnic. SwimmingPool
The first pre-natal class of ai Acevedo. 25, of Cuba and Sin- .
I: -I Wiener Roast (sign ,up petition seeking a divorce
six-Week course of instruction-5,1 I eels R. Barrios, 24,. of 706 Elizabeth in advance). filed yesterday in the officeof
.sponsored by Navy 'Wives Club,]I street Mr. and Information services boUs1nI.db' was
Cricult Court Clerk Ross C
'No. .88. in cooperation with the; Carolne street, announce the I

Monroe County Health Depart- I i eligible to participate in this birth of a son at 238 p. in, July I Religious maps. literature library;I I Sawyer by Bernard B. Plaski Stem
against Mary Josephine
in the 8 In
ment was held yesterday course the'Municipal Hospital. The telephones, stamps, wrapping arid: Plaski.
'NCCS Hall on Duval street at 2j{I I The club president Mrs Vera infant weighed 7 pounds, 7 ois. : mailing package, railway -ex I
pjru Mrs. Vivian Andes, a registered -,, I -. .
Wood urged members to pass the I moo. I press service. laundry pick-up Helium is now used to inflate
nurse from the Health Department -|' word aolng with regard to these Son available to all defense force, airplane tires and to treat respiratory -
,- was the instructor. |j, instructions. For any further A son weighing 7 IDS* 15 oz ., and their families. diseases. -
was'said. all wives t>f Navy I information or questions Mrs. was born to Mr. and ){rs. .E1oy MRS. E. S.COUGfLnI.

Coast Guard and Marine Corps I I Wood can be contacted at 543-M.! Acevedo, 1002 Catherine street. Executive Secretary. The linotype machine was invented -

personnel are invited to ,attend I The next class will be held Friday -,in the Municipal Hospital at 12- MISS HILDA CASTILLO, in 1885 by Ottma Mergenthaler -
these classes ana still will be at 2 p.m. at NCCS. ,116 p: m., July 9. Secretary of Baltimore.


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BLACKFACE TTPKAdTertisemenU ra.mbt tor classified advertisements i f :
Invariably In advance but _
under this regular adverU..r.Ub. ledger accounts -
wall be inserted In The CHiren at may -har their advertise
tit* rate of Se a word for each lot'
r' atrtlon. but the mInmum'eharse for' reattcclot DEAULISKTo .i S. ,Jj'V
the firai IS words or less la iniuf publication, copy maul
The rate for Marklar i r.. Is Sc a be 'Jt The' Citizen effic before 11 \
f' t'krr4L and the'minimum charts fore oVItM-k IB ,the musing of the day : Li
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Bar maids and wsiirossos. Apply! Wanted-Room use'of kitchen -
Club Mardi Gras. ,92 Duval ;',house, ,apartment or board
Street between 9 a.mand 4pjn. for'young couple and two-year-

Friday through Monday. '4' old girl:: for one or tWo months,

jly9-3Uc.:, trod August fifteenth..Must -,--- .. -
J be clean and neat. Good reference tAP ts,-
FOR RENT ., Write Mrs.
Paul t1d
HOUSES Cooyer-.Litchlield,\Wichita, .
'land. Calif.. in"spee'dingto' Fite. .Six firemen were injured including the chief; ;:.Oil
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Furnished: two-bedroom house, no, .. % _*<:iFOR-_ .. k fire _apparatus reached the ;'fuesce.n.e-and'* found the blue.had burned itself out "* ., ::.,.
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or pets. Apply ; SALE '-
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Street or. call '
T ",jy3-6u One'ci'ectHd.hamWrger'grill,:ont 'I' .. '" .
::la,est-)h'l e:: "Cold ;Spot" refri-- In :t

N4\\*..beautifully furnished ,one '-..orator i- .tiled: .tess- th n' two Kejr West I'
'J rbedropra house, 85.00 monthly:' ,- eez ; ':t 0!5, JExnmar-Sircct. -

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.:.. .,ttti,..S' I.Jt tcS,.. nZr.-_,.j W'." ,Bohral6w;' small:; store banding : AS'';!' lr
ri... and_,1i1J e.Vove .MO.' out;nice ,' THE'i i _
s 'F'Rt1t Rooms.:&:: L"i1.It.. r dots, Sie 50'ac 120_ !," ,J good Ii J_
1 Largg; rwc11 veptilatcd Sleeping," 1 se'ctian.: :ThU: can:be bought'on [[ .. \JULY- 9. 1938 1 y
-: rooms!; at. 'reduteiH, summer 1 'easy:;'terms, 'Johnson'.& Johnesvii. .4BBi iwiistnaflWilnuuwumuildltazW0inuuaRemaining fp

# rates. MaW! 'service. Alsccpni I PhQAe' 572;' ._*jIXj4fWlilte contingents of the f. n J
1l1 tttjrnispt d. trailer stir4ltouseL'eepingt
arrived 1 A
National Guard
;.:.h \ YQ"jN t ''' ide:. 'white"
.1 pint- cna"DD.T at Fort Taylor at 7:30 last night.1'Tomowrow y4 T
a t-rotuist nct- ;_ 1.21. tIagl r. t "inelff.fJJSS;,p* rat,; 5 TV night the guard's.
14 7>510,1tx' 'tFi.Y.71" gt.V per q.r5 ,Doiert3t.; & ,
.. .. band:.will give the first ofa:
{jCd;4 ;Olivia;"'S ctfr.f. Pjscktt: .'
: ? series of concerts during the t i-y
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Furnished apartment ,S rooms J1.I.:One;: -rrori; '.:burgiaMroof... firerbOLaa'leInspeet ii l I ,
and bath Maid 'and, -jarlltort@rviee J: at Pollock's I Key West Camera' Club 'will
., lintni .. meet tonight in the Art Center:IPhbtographs
wand J utilHiesiurniihed. If deTw, ;5t4DtivS.. t. ",
/-.41JIQtel .Apartments.'opposite'. Summer Titet ObJ- ];i'I." "..,.' 1'.' ", J.. : J 3" t, Overseas Highway taken during celebration they,. jtn_ i

s Post.tlificc: )" Un25-1 txi 15OQ I : ti cetBT 't c'11: white ncxvs- willjber exhibited. _fAros'e

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1licil!. shed 2 1-2-room apartment 'BuUdihi.htt ',31.; I. through rose-that' is:

-Utilities' furnished. Couple'only, .':;.:'t\ !,'" _' : ",-a jly81StStndfb freak, in flowerland. in S. ;J.'
.. rli'pp1915 Windsor L nc'I Welters gardenon Southard"strict. :
1 .,. jJt\( : 'jUclt; :)tike new. Easy .After arose had develop;:
.a. -' l, chair.and.Duheaa Fife-mahog-- cdfthe: ;:.stem of.' .another rose

Furnished 'apartment new. ,SiS any Ufttedroprleaf.. ._ PhoneJ grew threw*the first one, and at .. .
-1 I ': nge; electric refrigerator,''-'Pn:;J 1 19-3vf:;.' :. X:; jly7-4U th0 'end .bf. the; piercing ,stem''ofanother. j .", --- 'i ':.J.j'.'

J ',tinuous hot -water. Monthly ','rose.X ':. eWV thre\v. :.the',rl '_ :;: CAT 'WlretT_ J> ,jt t'l.ti

Phonev215.., ._ jlyl-tf._, Philccr- rfa<|iV*sm j4'1 push-butU5n, fir< .brie.and'at. the -end of :the \L: OY "SATCH' L" PAIGE:(right' )._ Negro pitcher signed:b ,
and.jdta: : )tnbinatiojvvith in- pierlciig"Btem 1, perfect "bloom
Fbtrtr''apartments.-" 'Apply; *:,41I l. '.tid 'aeH'ta4le';lo. good ,tot ivied: :"" .: : ': :',1 rthy, ,Cleveland Indians talks'with Pitcher Bob Feller in theil'_ i$ .

: 'William ;Strec3. tf jan+8-3Ats< J'Ob<;i jQh.J iteasgnabl-e..Can he' ... \;' ,:, -. r out, before the game with Chicago in Cleveland:: .Wednesday 4f.

t n.f VC r \i tdltlt :1. n:' _r.t'o'' 1..0arohnc..!', Y t.qe\: 'ig i1gTurner: who 'had been 4-:raighU. President Bill Veeck purchased Paige' contract yfrctir;'
t f t V"Convenience's. S65JOO., i( .f. -'.:{ I" ;- ..JY.-u viaijing friends in 'Key: W.. : I ,*the."Kansas City Monarchs of' the Negro American League,;
p.% _
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turned'--yesterday -
U"* VjMTDuval; 'Street Telephone ft:: f t ::
.... ; iving ,
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X.VKTtshApaments J.W'. thud ropm'i-imdr'kltcheai !Excellent ':;'. JJUsdafehte' WilletteCam There'll Gets
I jly34at4ucs; .t1a condition.. .25-2' Pojnciana.- <.,of, ,rot;..- nd- MrsT.\ier'J Always "Big Bang:

't' : '_ :r <: .: _,' ,ly8- tx Cavalier,:.hwo.'tiad been ,visitinghtjitbomeof X-
218 -
for-rent Simon- ; trj. D-:'A": upia: ';; .Ile An England- 'RePairing
'itori'ystrebt Phone 682FurriiI4icd .\ ,
: 1948'- pUfihoia motor.; scooter.lodelNtt.54 is ii-ti itipa, returned yfesterdayll, --
a .:: :,.-w; $3.55.1)0'value for ,.o t'.YAl .....-...- :'t;: I SPRINGFIELD, 111. Me
t $285.00.- :..Threi' 'monthS old. ;"social meeting of the .Ker't. LoNDON (AP-Sign on a' Cooper reached into an" old; 1
One-bedroom apaft= s Apply '1207. .:W tson.- 'jly8-3tx Junior Woman's Club will bombed building where repair- box for rivets-to
,. . West ; some copper j
Grinnell Street. l' at work: "Danger Gentlemen -
Couple 'men-are
mention i afternoon on ;
be held Friday ; in
repairing a gate. 'Y
only. $55.00 pIu-X, utilities.] Kew tentstwo: :aarge,. one''small. Raul's beach. The hostesses are | working overhead." I;. He pounded three of (lip

Phone' 1185-R. mornings. ,' with floprs.,, On is semi-cabin:: the. Misses Georgie Saunders ets" into a gate support and j V '
.* jly6-8-10-3tx All fun sb" d,: yeady to move and Edna Gomez. JMrJ.and''Mrs' VFOR, SALE-USED CARS striking a fourth with hig: -
i .. Will acb mthe4etQ several. -
; mer when it exploded
Efficiency: par ment. Apply 510 ; '. located. by Water and highway ;: : 'Archie Albertus,!.Model Ford panel truck. Apply : Cooper later discovered.tha> 1
4 Ffaffcte }; tre t. jly0-2U z, Ideal.'tamping' spot 'Or:pout; vbxj'ltad been ui Key West vtsii- Perez Bros. Bakery, 1025 four "rivets', were -dyipml?

able"- ? Priced' Reasonable.. -Ap- iqjl/irelatives.- yesterday ..fortheir' I :White Street jun30-tf caps, apparently left inn HhV**
Small']apartment, for""couple.' Apply ,.\ plyt.'ie..Coppitt Key; twb-_tulles '. ome in Stuart, Florida.Key. ; I l--C--- ---I box several years ago b'jploye.
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-::629.-Wi11iam Street. BOC :
north'tOt > Chiea; .
.' '*' : 0- 1936- "Ford, 1939 motor, radio -
-\ V jlylO-2tx 4 t: : ;, ,of jlyt' 4tx'I West Garden Club 'andkTree 1

I I Guild will hold a meeting I[ 14S-G. ,Poinciana. jly3-6tx I Ii 'Subscribe to, The Citizen: .'
FOR RENT-tAPARTMENTS New lawn mower $20.00. Zenith Wednesday afternoon in the res- .
*'tI i 'AND ROOMS cabinet model radio. '$25.00. idence of Mr and :Mrs; Wallace''i Plymouth ,coupe mechanically PERSONAL ,_....,
Ji h.p.: motor 1500. Apply Bryant Kfrke. perfect $325.00. Good body ,
The ..StutaUoteL r410 FlemingStltet 3ll Ave E. 3txChild' paint Jack, Phone, 600. '
;: jl1!- f'f'a I Poems wanted for .musi a1.
; Has*fen' efficiency aptand Today.The Citizen says in an -V jly3-5tx ting. Send poems for.,free ;
,; crenal'leeping"rooms vacant ,' ,crib, chest, of drawers. editorial paragraph: amination. Five Star 'M
"': tiow'-voekly or'monlhl. \\ladyV.:shoe skates,!size 5. S3'i "Fourth of July, it seems js 11 j II. 1937 Chevrolet convertible coupe'l Masters. Key 391, Bcacyn BIF '
.. rates. $ t -- j1y I-tf 1 ,Olivia Street .* ; jly 8-6tx getting, .to be as dangerous for | privately owned new Boston Mass. ., '
surviving Americans as it was I j I dio, new paint. Can be seen at jly7101743I81i
Furnished Atpartment,1 "'ateor.1 Used inattness.chairs1'' andt table for the,British"V' Tony's Auto Body Shop 603 I :

: Alao room, private bath. Meals I ::15-A....N; .s... Phone 1343-R. 1 r .Greene Street jly3-6t STORAGE ; .
4 it pnjldrtcjk, 299'Ann Street, -: ", : jb-0 3tx More than 150 kinds of cheeseare ,.
a opposite polieC' station. II made in the United 'States 1942 Oldsmobile. like new, fac- Red Brick Storage Co.-'ntnittito'
l jly9-3tx New .Shtai- and .Europe. tory paint Can 'See at 705 '
o 54 ? ; i wireless automatic or commercial. Phone TSB.s; .
.. .' record .player and changer. Windsor, Lane after 5 p.m. t.p
Phone 1363-W or 1103 Whitetiett -
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Furnished : Washers vacuums and 1942 Buick sedan $980.00. '
rooms. 626 Grinnell. I irons, i May I RED SELLERS'*, J
Street $6.25 single, $7.50 Bedroom .suite. coffee and end fans repaired. OBriaU Phone be seen at 1311 Flagler Ave. I

ble.' ) dou-I. tables:bathinette, baby scales 1164-M. jlyl-tf -, jly9-7tx Radio Repair Service

tmall V 'cl4 st' of d/awers. (611 1102 DIVISION STREET.'
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Fleming Street"upstairs.. [Floor' sanding done by experts. .1941 De Soto de luxe four-door "
jlylO-ltx Free estimates' given. Phone sedan Good condition new Grand Owning alr 9 n

Sea-"Qtil: cruiser 32 Ions, light 163, or call at 701 Caroline Stjlyltf paint' recently overhauled ra-

plattt toilet, excellent hull. Rowing.skiff, oars Evinrudc sin ,4iio, heater, good tires. 950.00 1st Radio Brought'n" >
Will -trade for car or house gle outboard. >60 .Gasoline '80-:1. Poinciana P.L, TeL 1308-R FREE
trailer. Located Gulf Oil Dock. bilge pump,. $40.00. 32-volt Caroline;!' Shop, 223 Ann Street II. jly9-3tx Repaired ..:
Key West Write Box R-42, heay-duty.: Uhfplant.. $100. will remain open through July -' ,.I!'
c/P PJUZPP, t Gee, jl10-ltx One-cyUnder.>> marine \vater- with increasing stock of new. \::1938. pidsmobile convertible OM.DAY SERVICE iOn
.cooled 'engine, rna gnetto 'and inexpensive cottons for slipcovers t coupe, new top Priced for All Makes of Radio!'.:
'**>t 32Tbbrccrubef, sleeping accom- batter) -'! aitlon. $60. Write and draperies. From 10 'quick'sale.. Trailer: 40. Ft. and P.A.. Sfslemi : FSomething'
hibdaUons for four, alcohol Bog, $3: c/o Citizen Offices to 5,daily, except Thu.rsday'and I' Taylor. jl *10-6tz I .
stored sink1with,modern builtin Located Gulf Oil ,Dock Key Saturday afternoons. j' -- --- --, -.

y cabin fts,6-cu.-ft ice refri Wes\ fly 10-ltx Jly6-17t .
era ton \enclosed: toilet. two '!
1 swite'l'cnalrs. 40-gal. fresh wa- .Apartqieit:.ize _washing'machine Silhouette. Studio, 515 Simonton :
"tcrl ta1 k. 40-taL: casoline tank and c.-itvuer: Both $50.00. .Street, Phoebe Hazelwood I -
1 rf i 'JJoHishJ nn.""- QStcucted Ipliis" 12foot' box. ,C* 821-J- *: )jlyJO-3tx jlylO-lt t SAFETY nitb BEAUTS !* .

e*,*. CMbA>cen; .at. Crate: Dock. FOi filLE-TRAILERS< !
Boo name: Slats. Will sell or .COME and SEE OUR i ':For Asphalt'Tile Floors ".
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trade.tor: properly. "Apply 802 1MB Glide? housed /trailer' all I I ;

Catherine, St. after p-nt_ e metal..3. robins,., .bottled gas QUALITY MEATS '
jl 'I-3ti( electric Rest BeacH bi'akes4,. 'new tires. 42 I ', Vegetables I 1 PLASTICA No, 3 t-, _:

.:GARDEN' -AND.LAWNSUPPLIES : ._ jly3-9-10-16-17-5t't Ws Carrr j Eliminates iFaxing, Easily Applied and -*? 1I

tas't; f Adams Dairy Ice Cream I Dries Quick To A Glossy Xon-Skid, Finish f :
Hugbcsblu-green plant food for ; ,
v 1"f ;lawns: .and shrubs; Bloom-Aid ,Male-Boger, S tjiontbs old. weighs CHECK BEFORE ON YOU OUR PRICES BUY I' SOLD BY : t- s
fertilizer! for flowers} 'sulphats 50 "pounds'"wild :'reddish-brown

''I'f'p a v iron'lfablt"for''at" Florida Key West soils.Garden All I color Ccutaci-LI bobtailed Xnoi.dipped:Phpnc-Boca"-ears.] 'Jane and Shine No. 2 i IKey West Floor Covering Gj..

and Lawn Supply Co. 914,i Chicar -ZJ8; or. ,, 'S e aplane :Base,t 629 Eiton_ 'S!. Phone, 1342. t '132_ DUVAL STREET PHONE_ ,14M '
.s* *' Fleming..Street .-; *jly3t \ %51:0 .' Tjly9-4tx.. .
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: j BENNY'S : 'WHERE .> L .-. ...It.,. -- .. ,. "t.IIIIS :DIRcToRy, WILL DIRECT IOU g gUf gt
TROPICAL TRADER ...f -. .. r4'1 -... ," "
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718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 -' -
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SS' : Ownership 909 Sinioniou-Management St. :: ', Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS' It la FK'lrifial, l** WE W E REPAIR SELL iJ'1 rn"J:, *,,. .{'.. ..:'..<':..;.:,i.'-jf(-." : ':.. I POOR OLD CRAIG i I

+ : Of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : We Will Call For. ad Denver \ .1... ; _'WHljfstjtt ," ,. .: Service Station
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SEE OUR : *9 Years"Experience In Electrical Weta ; _
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S .Serving BREAKFAST. 8 So 11 SHOWING of Electrical I Appliances .. ." . fy: CLEANERS( : :;, .4.; H. BRADY. Manager PHONE SIM ': ..

'l '" : .LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 ., .........................-..... ...............c. : .lLCaL1.21rDuva1; =meet. > : ." ;oJlarb .M..... .Jr.P.r.: ": .: .". Francis and Division Stxvete .:.
.t .DINNER... 5 to 8:30 ..... .. ..* :. ELECTRIC. 'TELEPHONE-.- l.. ; r ''5701.DUVAU. "STREET .. : :Tire> Tubes Batteries Aulo Acreworie :

# 'S: :'The Best of Steaks HOME SUNDRY STORE .l :.... ........!... ...,. .......e.SO...... ..i ftf, '.S1MONTON-.. : STREET' : .:.. =....Tour.. .:.PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........'Dealer"............:
:' Short Orders-Sandwicbes : : .,....!.... .,. '1'.4....., ,..,....,..... ..:...,...i...eL t'I .' < Cl. d1. fl'... ..:. ..,:.......a.. ............................... .
1 At All Hours .
: : : 1207. DIVISION ST. NEAR. COR.WHITE.ST. : r ol. '
t'. S. Trr Our Frozen : : "Your. Patronage' Invited"x I' _. .. : -FWCHARO' : .ltSS. ;: J 'fJ d/"K' '.. RADIATOR SERVICE !
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: : TROPICAL DRINKS -- J \ ;' 'i r'';'2r.JiOU'RS.EJtv.c&. : .
: Open.D-dily..and Sunday. Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine v or : .- .FUNERALHOME Pick-Up/j dfT : NOW AVAILABLE :
; 't ; 'D lrt' Serric :
I : its I DRY ;! r s * eeeeeeeeeeeeGOMEZ Midnight ,: .: Sick Room Supplies School S_ ppli.., ': E GOODS ,:S" Jts io>MEN' : : 0 Rod Cleaning t1 Repairing and FllII.ingTONY'S

......... Toilet......Preparation.. ..........and. ,;.Article... ...........: ::: 1106> OLIVI&STREET' J:.. "'", : .:' '. "-htdo-to.' d'.W' ;.Afeltettrt).ffiN' :: AUTO AND 1:
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...................... ........ ... .. ..... ...:..:. .......... : Let Those Serve :: : PHONf"373"' .:.; '... ," ;:. 1 1.1.PHon: ,312- .tjjQEi 603.05 GREENE STREET BODY SHOP
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g. i MUMFORD[ j? ;and;;; ROSS i Who Serve Best .: : Specializing...-* ...f e.,.e/:* '"a4ee.e.;. *'f.eeeee .,..e.. ..... ................................. .

: -220 DUVAL STREET :. : WE HAVE NEVER : 111...... :t *,'.f'.A 4: i. ,. .....4.. .ee..e......................................S
: BETRAYED A TRUST' :': ;; : \ '
: : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : 1 Poniel'T ; :; ": : i :' CAROLYN BEAUTY '!
: : : WE NEVER WILL .: .: 8 W.1 : \ SIIOPPE :

S.. :' 720 DUVAL STREET Carrier Air-Conditioning i :S .. :?' :: it.-II : ; ; :. > > Overseas.Hotel 819 Fleming St. ., I:,
: Ambulance ServiceTelephone : Chid.; =.
: Juvenile Furniture : : : : : r DONALD BARBER '
: for Domestic and Commercial, Use : .,. ,.. : : :
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : S33 PHONES MM : 548 : (: .14.;4-t (. Ii'.! e#fjl_," erYJCe'' : :.. v" We Specialize In : .

:' : ...11..... ................... ..................: : Never Sleeps .: f PP !!l.{:It.Jo $ '.t--. '. ; ..s' '. .: :. ''I' ,Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing

: : Plastic Axminsler Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum : .................................,................. ...._......4...S 555 55555. 5.SS 555. ,.i..._._ ._..-.. ....&:4 ..... ..;.... .,..";, ......._.._..,- .'....'r... : .: ."h'o n'.... 175 &LL..n-I'I or HKLKM3 CURTIS : :'
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t i. RADIOS andAppliances : .. ;& ) j .Jl S. 1.-\" ...'...iiir.dreand; ........ ',"; .. ...........................................i !

II I IS : \ ... :.' ... .: ft. MYEIJI. :. ,. '\.,. $, \.1, ;,. :.i; Z Pri'Xw.nwalD. : .. yTw;,n", .. '. .'.l!i<' >:. : :STFXL'S. BEAUTY NOOK /i'f :

/ ... Licensed 'f/oI' ,.-.".;. s .C.&,... rJo\: ", .ti4J1 rm our'.... .- .I : r.S Scientific Beauty Culturein : '
,. "Terms Arranged"OPEN \ \ #
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t.i. :. MON. and SAT. : \ 1. iri -.." (,.. .. : .Thoroughly Experienced 41 ffi.f. :
PAINTING Contract "
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', FREE ESTIMATES: AIL WORK GUARANTEED. _l, '. Soft'Water Uz d ExcliuiTelyPhone

j ..................... ; J. Douglds{ Trevor ....Telephone........9127.....114.' .Duval.. .Street._..;Jefferson........He\el-....l.;.".> :|..,.v .f-c/"i-J-:., **.i.'.df't.-i*V v K".'t..tC.i lg..f' ...vwv'OT ...t' :S.. ,S..." ......637.....536....Fleming.......St.. .........L........i:, .
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PRICE TOURS .. 1829 Hams ATC. 'Key. West..Fla. : :Ej i :i ', :\f>*rvV.'I..i! ,Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited '

: : I 80T.0'JUT .( -I < ie: Li i. :. Frances SalonFrances I'
:. Passenger .. pnONE 1371-K : : Rag M "* i: : { { i Beauty

1 : Representative .: : 1A :. : Refrigerators. Disposal*"'and Electrical AppJlanQa Y,.;''i|. : ''Sfl11.: : Park. Ownrr :

lor. .. ri (iT1A)11 : : Wa >liinj JMacliiiics for: Immetliatc: .Tpcllvcf! 1"'l $':J J'm 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
'i; .:: FLORIDA. EAST I,: ...................................... ............ :. HOME :APPLIANCElf ""',-.#;""'\ { S :I Beauty Permanents Culture- Scalp in all Treatments its Phase :: '4.

l COAST RAILWAY ...............................................*. ; 60S SIMONTON SThEET: v :SHONE:tL.f[: }:: !..!......,......,.,..>. .: Facial Shampoo Manicuring :.
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Pa. <<:.l" &NiiTa : Tor .Appointment...................... W
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Vow Located Hurt ,: : Save 20% : .. ............. ... .... ..!.,S,, ti '- 'f'! .. ..................3. ............1
i Oft dwellings. Fire i Insurance : ; t- :.Ir''T.t1.f :.-.. :_: : ..........1..!......... .
DR. COBO'S : moire ant II. by ,INSURING',with. : : Landscaping, larlai1dT pp I; .. :1 ", .':''s; hi.Sr, 'ri s'I0"Agy .. :. PHONE; IU: U : : :.
:i :' OFFICE. : bldgv.and bousebold per.- Atlantic Mutual I Fire' I.Insurance. Co. : : TOP SOIL., ; $6.S0piR': Atm or $ .04pE\.t31!,-#......._"'"-d.,.,.-..... .>.:(.f t..j\. .;. .. :. -.'Marion'sCAYO 1400'Duval Street [r-I[ ]1 .
FLEMING STREET : : tonal,effects. : : MARL HAULED.$5X)0). .for 4 Ys; IJ : -WI"YU's:; ........ : Pmt, .
:: .: Rear of La Concha HotelPHONE Save 159'. on AU Policies Non-Assessable .' ., Alsq> Lots Cleared, and Marl Spread.-Verr.R.a OA f.i. '/,* r r. Vol; r -crC'gag da's : Southernmost House In the U.S.A..
I. MercantileStock '' ; .J !.i l r.r.itil': : v ': .
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124 / L. Crusoe, Agt.: Phone. : "aV1r'l-- 4' 1 < Featuring
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. .......... .. ..... .... : G'WEE H '1021 Alivia,5t: t t'i Ji : >.... .. .: :, "O Spot Reducing{; MacLEVY\ \
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'7t 11' ... : .lr t lillul: .: .Mechanical Mas* aee 1\IETIIOU\
............M1.........................:.... ....... ......,.,.,. .,.," ,.. .-:to"! ......rxoN'S: I j";...';1. 1'Itft.IOJWA''l.i; .<::.. .I. .)...:i ;' ..: .Complete BEAUTY SUlllCE' :
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I CYCLE SHOP JEFFERSON 1 COFFEE $I i ilj\ pl ; .... ;1.;.. j ......-';..............'........................
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1. Ride the Bus to t the : : :.
ural Hair Tint
GOLF COURSEr : M. Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : :! 1, '. Finest :
822 Fleming St. Rj .. ., : f. ing or
and Sunday -
Open Daily 0 4 'bti = '
Cusliman Motor Scooters "..b.?' cr4 sit 4I Fr_ 1' in PermanentWares : I
5 P.M.!' to :t A3L6ERVUVQ 411; t : 1
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: Sales and Service .Immediate Deliverj : : : inners. :3s, ... .;': .} If _,1p. 1:.- a r ;F
COMPLETE ,11 Beauty
r .BICYCLE : : "l."l.D .....; ;.:. i." '"" a
Also A La Carle and SandwichesREASONABLE : .w.
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i iI : ,, ., e Buddy Seat Rental Service .-.-.--....-..................PRICES.......-,.-.r14it'jea1s .. .,'" >- .' ''' .U I ",. : t Colony : .

'.J TAKE : O Parking Flags ,, '. : .... .. ....i.i e :.\1ai -- t' w .1 821 Southard '
t BUS ,y ; r Street .
i : N0. 1 .Windshields INSURANC. : ?;- tt,...alfi. ... ;i : ,.. Next to South ,
.s to theCOLF o : C ernmoet Beauty
1 :, : ;.. ::J. bii .ja '. '. A 'Py,. School j
'ft LINKS : : S FOOD eats FIRE WIND AUTO ,BONDS 1Z t lJItaumj1'D : : AU Licensed
: BeauticiansSpecializing
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: : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : ., f rr 7 lt...., I II ... .r.l-': inMost .

: Have fun!' STE LCOT, RUBBER ENAMEL Insurance I ,ar.;walaa. '>.t+xat t : :. f Modern eM
:.S :..KEY WEST GOLF CLUBeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.,I ............................................... ,, .' i. .*.". .lsaisdt3l.t.**. ', ; :. : -' ', Beauty Phase Culture of .: ..
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I ... ... ... in.Front e.e....Postoffice........*V"..{..ti" ;. '.feeiteeee. \* X r ieiMeeeeeeu .jt.f' .:......Telephone.........8E 206 HABLAESPANOL for Appointment..............:

j I .. ".. BICYCLES REPAIRED eeeeeeeeeee e : + .. ...! _.......... ..........................,. ......... .!i
: 24 HOURS! SERVICE"i S : FOR RENT i. AiJT Fyrl.I ; :: [ itStJRANCEi Good Work-Low Prices l '
: Experience in Watchmak : : FOR SALE -, : j :r ': : / : ..

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FIRST METH0P1ST ," ,''peat beds in Ireland

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MAIN1A1NS *. "J.i'. :'b>}( x <.. '","v.-< .;> M '" ...x,1', .".," .'>..'. ... < ; ca\l\ the faithful to- prayer:, .have
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2 G. Leon Wells PastdiV| ;Announces i } ':",*'> "tft<<, .... "';....-."E,-JJ.i"'Jiit"> : :: .,,:,- .. !. .: '::4:4,5't :4a + :' Church Sunder School. 9:45 XM.
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TntijftEVCREND J. B.. REIp PASTOR OF., PLfeWC STREET METHODIST ."...;.."r..:"..,..:.-. r''tt '" .f".ft.JiI '. .; ...$.t ,,:. '!.-J-!i',.. >'- 'it.t" -"'':Ji.. ... ,' E: Divine_ Services 6:30: P.M.. Training YOU" Union

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Rev. G. Leon Wells. pastor!of First Melhodifit'Olci( i n )j.Church, announced today '. -

that the church has a nursery during the rnohung: .worship "so ,that mothers may .attend' this 1 1's' First Presbyterian ,Church '

Benrice. I v > ;.' ,; C -be'I I-\ q ______ White and Washlagten Streets LEY MEMORIAL

Tomorrow at the 10:50: cun. worship. the Rev. Mr.; 'tetLswiU speak on. In the Becjinni q." -" ; :' 1 ev.' Melrose.S..' A very. Pastor
and at the 7:30 p.m. worship his subject will be. "It's j tfie.) ,SpiritthatCount' *.'" Methodist Church

At the 10:5O.a.m. and at the 730 p.m. services tpmona3ixt the Fleming Street Methodist .1' 4 _.s :_ _- Me ia''SI Bible Clacs; iO:00 "AM.Ladles ; Cor. Division and Georgia Sts*
Church .the pastor. the Rev. J. B. Reid will address ih ;.ccingte4ation. There .will be a Youth / Bible Cl s.. 10:00 JLM. the Church With A Welcome

Fellowship meeting at:6:30: p.m. ,* tr \. .. **>>.'; '" '. ROBERT W. WEAVER.' Pastor

The Rev. G. M. Gay. pastor of the First Baptist CUurch. vlH.speak on. "Growihq, In Gracs," i L -
_. : .11:00 \' 9:45 A.M. Sunday School
at lhe'.10:50 a.m. service tomorrow. At Jhe evening worship atj' : ,,
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7:30 o'clock the Rev. Mr. Ray will' talkon. "A,Most Wonderful ay. te&&* fr>ri>.;:.... *.'I *.".MII-mm\wmmamH\ ammmami *Ki :---- --:--:--- 'I .1 Church ScrvJcii CI tset for AU Aaes
: Youth'o/ Christ Rally tonight ,at r 4 'SI. eN A LS. I IN NAPLES A tXS. sailor signals from*shore to a llrht*nife e'Naples' 'COMMUNIONSERVICE /.f'/ MisS. Miriam Carey Supt.
Thinq.flas Happened.
I : 'P..p.-"m: : in the':.First'Methodist harbor during a visit of _American 'jrarsafps to the Italian sesprt. ., r i.!. < ; --. 10:50 o'Clock.MORN1NC
communion services will be celebrated at 11 am..worship Chuirch. :Tb :re ,will ,'also. b'eTa pi I -_---'.-_ -_. _' _. ___ _--' -_ 60-. _.,.isthLtY .t "1 4 :- < WORSHIPCHRIST'S
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tomorrow in the First Church. the'pastor the Rev. : '
Presbyterian .anoHBccdrdi6nrrs6Io: by' "Aluania : 't J'k : ; TOUCH"'Iao'.un
Melrose S. Averv announced today. At 7:30: p.m. worship.' the. j I Singleton;. a' harp' solo ,by Ear:! SCHOOL LESSON OF' THE WEEK I. man, ,Who,makes' the":fram : '.7:30 P..1f.-; .' : ', .: ., Intermediate and Sen.

Youth Fellowship will be. in;v.-. .. I Dillon and 'a 'vocal l. solo 1 by'..Fayegeldj as'mucfi for the:picture.34 I YbnthFellowship) ; lor 1I.V.F.7:30 o'Clock .
'charge Miss Henning Carol .. ; :artist :doea\\whh'pntedit: r. '
as the.leader. f arid' girls.''in -the .:community of i.J 1 'cS':1.crnient": will be. :Ue) sub-. Good Work and Good Religion_.The j janitor:.of ten;asinuchto; i '.'-"; : f Henning..LcqdfrMsa ;! ;.Ctrl:. : EVENINQ WORSHIP
this group arfe invited'to 'at. do with the sermon: as tne'preaohj "MY CHRIST"Wed.
age : .
The Rev. John M. Peyton pastor fject that 'will be discussed atrth -v.--; I
cl First CongregationalChurch I tend. ,: f" 1 j 1|, ir-'im.: services"tombfpiwVih'.the? r 'iioY L. SMITH -. i I I er. The accompanist! .is' as !import -" ': -' .. r . :, ., 7:3: .p.'!'.. Mid-week PrarrrElecting. :
"Christ's tant Co the the Vnd Friends
Touch" will'"be" the song as inger.The. ,VUlwrs.. TflutisU. ..
has as his subject at the ; Christiaii-Sjciehce.Society : : ,I Wed. ':0: iw m. C .olr PrccThur
;; There : It is of factsczbout the Bible that it '| world i I. full of 'Are invited 7-n* Youth ,gitI
11. a.,m. worship tomorrow, "We : subject to discussed at the will .a>cp' be* :a,, meeting'at '8 one interesting places. anonymou to T8rsip! fir Annex.iflHKmMWiufflisiffimaffiroBwto p. .m. .
10:50 worship tomorrow by' high estimate on the value of work. j I workers upon' whose;'faithfulness
Would See Jecus.:; At the even : a. m. a.. .
Wednesday : _
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ing" worship at 7:30p.. ro, the : Rev. Robert W. Weaver'pas.-] r ;." Paul the great first century Christian missionary. was a'.
Rev. Mr. Peyton will talk 'on, tor of Ley .Memorial Methodist ; -- tehtrpaker. and apparently an excellent workman. At least he i, .'(Copyright 1145; \y Inc loterhit'.J !! 1 !1 UUIl1l1lIi! nlll1mmiL'tIUu.'t! : m muI

'Take the High Road." ; Chu 'cli. At' the evening worship l' COLORED: CI1URII'I never seemed to have much difficulty in getting employment !J, t tion l nal on Council behat,of of'40 TleilxrlposKdwra of>rot\>> lUttdei!

**God' Nearness to You" will i I at 1:30: p. m.. he'"will talk on I The'.Hev.; :.Sigistnun: A--'taing, Wherever he'went Several of Jesus' disciples seem to have been {I nomination. )' I -Youthfor: 'Christ Rally I;

be the subject of a sermon to be I "My Christ" ;." minister: of. 'Trit PTesbytcrian J expert fishetmen. which, was a high technical business in that :

delivered by the Rev. A. ,D. O'- I. .The Rev. F. .If; Zuckely; pastor 'Ch rch,; Will .have As his sermon day and at that time. I. The largest, flying' bird. is."V e Director. HARRY,RUSSELL

Briant pastor of Poinciana' Baptist i of .Grace Lutheran Church, will .. u\ect\),; et the ,7 'am: sfervictu: .lo-: .- :. .It is highly significant that when Jesus accusers were toying Trumpet Swan,' which' weigbia.bout '

Church at the 11 a. m. worship 1'I occupy the pUlpit tomorrow." at' morrow, : -"The' Hearfi Bittefness. -, to find some fault in him not one of them ever suggested that I, :35 pounds:: "-. g ltrr( 7'3Q o'CLOCKt AT i iI
tomorrow. True Believersand 7:30: p. m. < ." '..; I .
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'I' he.was not a good or that the carpenter business in
Their Helpers" is his subject There will be worship at 11 } "Living ,for Jesus1" wilTbx; carpenter. I I. The Great usiardr one'of the I FRST METHODIST CHURCH I IJ.
Nazareth had ever been conducted on any but.the higher order : .
for the 7:30: p. m. worship. I I In. m.and'at: 7:45. : m., in the largest flying birds, weighs'.about .
p. <'subject
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flt the\7JO..p.m.; 'services. of .and Wherever his i is = nei'rA: N SIMONTON STREETS
Key West : ethics efficiency. workmanship mentioned : 30 pounds- .. o ? and
It was announced today -that Churth of Christi .There'Vl11' be: : :
prayer service in the New Testament it seems to ,have been accorded Ji
There will also ,be : '
the Vacation Bible School at the a sermon at at & 'pan.Tuecday and, 1 Youth 1II' '
? Speaker G. M. RAY .
the'evening service high respect. : __
Poinciana Baptist Church will be '
Night will observed 'at. 8 : '
open at 9 a. m. Monday: and:will i I The. Rev. GC: M. Ray pastorof Wednesday. .p.nv. ;' .Craftsmanship and Worship I" hetd bowed 'he hesitated: for a II West : FIRST-BAPTIST. ChURCH PASTOR i

close July. 23 .Students will be I, the First Baptist Church, will : 'Choir'rehearsal is scheduled- for This' week's lesson centers I moment or two, and then cleared Key : '

accepted from 4 -to*16. All boys be* the principal speaker at'th 8.p.m.. Friday.. : ." ,. : about a man named.whom, :! Bamielaskillulnntlsan.'td fri.. his .throat to.' attract attedtion.Withou : ,SPECIAL. MUSIC

-.aL -: -- -.'. trusted the., responsibility"was for 1! {.) ftin: his eyes from I Church. qf Christ i HAnP .,SOLO'._ 1..,:'.+ .. ... .Earl Dillon |
II' the microscope .the great scientist VOCAL SOLO Faye Bervaldi |
of ] '
the .
Holy NnllIC"Grmtp making materials: : wer* ip said: -\V hat is, it you want?" Ashby and Von PIthier'Streets :

'j I'L "too: ) Late TQ. { "; .)we Beautiful.J have 'of From him in the the description.Book lExodw The stud? h't/' :pologized for theterruptionimd Sunday Srhoil.... 10 A.M.. : fiil.
Meets On Classify said: "I thought OMfe '
Sunday ; 'he'.seems to have. kgenuinfe "'. :' )'oti.were praying' ,Worship- .. .. .' 11 ,A.Mf 1 I ,> BRING A FRIEND |

There-will be meeting the ,.artist..Wsofiaetimes". here ja moment silence; Sermon ... 7s45iP3IijWed suiwsnuinJunaiJHKiuim l ,_ unm UIUIIJIIIWIIIU: UIUWW. UflWWWUflWWWll
a :]! ; By RUSSELL .KAY: : / ..' : happens .that*congregations .)I t Was I. ,- .- -" .. -- : .: .
Name the St.' : .. wiulei\ the'nast went with '
Holy Society .of. .. which build:bcautlftA r- ; on ., Bible Study. 7:4rP. Mij;\ _
Mary's Star of the Sea Catholic observations, and then 'came i
Church at 11 a. m. tomorrow at I|I Years, ago a New., York Columnist -' 'amazing. My daughter would church: : buildings' 'are criticjzei the. 'eply.f"1.-was!" EVERYBODY: WELCOME : ,COME: -WORSHIP a'THE. LORD WITH US

the Parish Hall 1020 Windsor ,,I the late ,Don .Marquis; 'r finform'.me with a. straight'facethat because\:> the money-the is poor.'Bulit'fx hip to Louis __l____ : .

Lane., Father Maring will be delved deep int there to meet the members of and .. boat in .Tampa Bay: *playing i ust'be: he' handled with a certain sanctity ,I i MthioDIsT !
fantasy immortalized SMI CHURCH
| Mehe- i FLEMING
the society. All members are requested : "!ussy. want a corner". 1 g'rpyv hungry 4as surely:, ,as.vdo The habits_ of the bacteria ,
t tabel the eat the Scienc :
\ Cock*j j Christian
by their officers .
to tt'l I I would' learn froni the".Tnornihg he examined were 'a revelation I' ;
tend the meeting. j roach %nd Freddy. the Rat.. j j p: P r'thathe.hnd flown. :-,: :.The Sunday School Lessonlor'JulyH I: to him of another one of pod.swa's. ] : Corner.Fleming and William St. :
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TODAY'S .1 I' Abut i the time he' was going B.29 Moscow: to consul ;iwith ::.
'I string-wit/i: / stories of the fantastic Stalin, ort Rom -,to visit the '35:30-39: 43 H Chronicles I theologian thrills to his dogmas ) .
ANNIVERSAIUES I doings of ,these fictitious 'Pope.: During the .Flotida* Fair -1:5.: ., ; : ;" : so the scientist: thrilled at the' of Key Wet : Church ,School. ; 9:45 A.M. :

(Know America) characters I became 'involved he substituted .for .Zacehi. t in sight of the 'orderly world which I 327 ELIZABETH: STREET .- cLAsses FOR ALL ACES e

1792-George M Dallas. Phil with a cat' of' my own. It wasn't 'i-the;. Cannon
adelphia mayor U. S. senator. much of a eat as cats '. winning' racing ,ear 4n. tile .man'.who is, endowed with the: Good Workmanship Sunday Schi'9:30: AJYL. : :
Vice President go International Dirt T 'ack'Chami which'enable him .to Is Good Worship M9ngrsiiEp.\ 10:50 A.M.\
under gifts ;
Polk a noted scrawny, half starved and obviously satisfy I ; : ; << :
Minister -;j pionship. :. the. for In no way -does any man express Sunday Morning .
<< to Britain, born in of the : :; "deep: longing .beauty. > .
I'I common or alley) During the :wa llr.. his character.more accurate.: At 11 o'CIoek YouA Fellowship. 8:30P-M.
Philadelphia. Died Dec. 31, |:varietjr.: I J[ r.- Bpggs I 'The: workman who makes : :
k.flew.with ly than in hu workmanship. The
1864. j Doolittle and' it be'who'sat beautiful and does it Subject: .
j Out for something .
j a walk with .
my I 'Zongervi .7IOP.M. :
1820 James B. ,' on th wing.of the planeI craftsman who gives his best to "'SACRAMENrWedneaday :
D. DeBow not- daughter, who was then about'i :: thaglory of God, is as truly : :
ed 'ec nomist, New Orleana-: :: twelve 1!I;I and pointed. put tie targets I serving hK/Heavenly Father- as his work finds a satisfaction
i we encountered this un- 'when which nothing else'can give. Evenings : Evening Worsbii! 7:30 P.M. :
founder of the famous magazineof [ the first bombs We e.drop? when ,
-tbechojr it
lovely. feline ..stretched'out. sun i : ; sings great .
: i I With. Emerson one time said: "If a Meeting at 8 o'Clock L.
ped Japan. '
.the 'same name, born ihj I I rung Itself. not far from 'our-1 I -on bottle -f>t I music'of* the. preacher when he II _
Charleston S. C. Died Feb. 27,|home. CocaCola .oneV'hand ai1d. an man finds no satisfaction in his Reading Room in Church -
I I .Of course the youngster preaches: a neat sermon. t ,- :- --:---'----'-' --
American: flag in.the other:he i work he will get no' pleasure out I ... ....... .................
1887. 'I i wanted it. In ni" time .sh.e .was Praying Through Working of life Edifice will be open, Tuesday ................. .i. .
1834-James A. M. Whistler, ;I down on .her knees petting ,it. 'I personally directed the'drOppizigof :: ,A beautiful told and Friday,from 6 to S P.M. ,
story is of
'! the first Atomic .bomb. To be :able to create. to i-THE' !
English Being a cat. of the world it ,was LoUisPasteur\ OLD: STONE CHURCH
which fits into this
etc1,1er-art-I'!I 'I .He broke to improve. h a part the divine .
ist son of a noted. : a good pudge o' humans.' It responded -1[ the around-the-. .'
world flight: ,.: j theme., The great. ,scientist,, af imags" in which we. were :
disrengineerbdrn in with| one ,of 'the most record flying, a (First Methodist) :
I pijobably'everyonVkhbws. was 4 created. For work,
Lowen'l a' to
Mass. .Died July 17. {[ profound and enticing purrs I'krocket ship with, rne-.w.tied I deVout a..sense'man r :' Corner cf. EATON and SIMONTON STREETS .0
\ Catholic and accustomed without Within
1849-<100 year? ago) George have veer listened ;to. To my behind him. .There' ; was, npvhingat : Joul'l.sto awe First Congregational l Church r G.tEON WELLS Pastor. :
to He
; his souL To
; was .intent his -lose
prayer .
which upon .
he did
H. Ellwanger. a noted poet, edi- .daughter's' 'npt excel and he ; .
immense delight ; 1 I John M. Pastor
material &i micrdscopic Peyton .
the divine
stildyjflg\ a work' with a' sense of .
N.1'' became ,known the 'World's .
tor and" author of Rochester. 'arched. its back. and rubbed -a* I
Y 9 born in Rochester. ,Died in against her l gs.' Thus' we acquired -1'C Greatest;. .Kitty.... :' < :;;' ,i |>I he: :.was" slide, approached one afternoon l>y ;i> student when partnership of God. is- to become a son Between Southard Fleming. : Sunday Services :

1905.. the cat. ._ J I This eventually' ;was shPrlen..1!(;I who.came, up behind hiD'Seet.' -; Anonymous WorkersIt : .9:45: AJ4. SUNDAY,CHURCH SCHOOL :
1867-Finley Peter Dunne, creator There was no' fuss red ed-to: W;'- 3. .K. l 1d.f i. '
or :
tape I( } ingthe! ; great master intent,. witlt; very frequently..happens that Sunday SchooL 9:45 AJ4. :'. Superintendent.. > : Henry Russell :
in few.
of "Mr. Dooley, a national connection with this adoption I years this fajpbus: hasanswered ...,. '
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institution in its day born in It apparentl .' was not reported 1 i : :to', ihis : Jha1icai; : Classes for 'All : 10:50' A.M.\ .' : Morning Worship :

Chicago. Died-April 24, 1936V to ,the Welfare Board Humane!I;dogjomen.W. JO. '&. & .known; ) .""' John V. Archer SupL : Sermon Siibjecfc' TK THE BEGINNING- :,
1683 :Graham McNamee," Society or. other- No from Keoduk to C lwttL.- \ : 11:00 A-M. Service :
popUlar any agency. Harif- : ;" : .' : (We Hays A Nursery During This )
radio born one came ..snooping flya day th .f'i .' ;; : MORNING WORSinP
early announcer. around to ; passes. t' snot :
; '!!. ..; r.. .. t I :.* : 7:00 P.M. Meefipgfoi Methodist Youth Fellowship
in Washington, D. C. Died May investigate our financial'ability 1;rreceive .pet'S DaL:; letter'rom1 \ *- : j -We Would S Jesus" :
9.. 1942. to -support* a cat No. character ,lOm one i'h 'has, made his..auspicious ":::1 : .f"; ., :: : -';' 6:00 PM, ChJ-istian Endeavor : 8tOO ,PJM. '. .. .. Evening Worship :

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Admiral Charles: P. Snyder, I For the first few days the creature members not' of th family that ,do Ji..-th..' 4'. .. -' TAKE THE HICH ROAD" :...... ..!..............i............... ......:
responded to the name of include personal 'gre tings _. ,
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-Kitty- otf "Here Cat" until it to W. G. K. t- 'i .. -
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Donald W. Richberg of Washington became obvious that as'a member noto yetheibeenvnw j '41,. .' wed. 7:30 pjox.. Prar-r-pra ,
lawyer, born in Knox- of so distinguished a family I II !1 I! As you have no doubt surmised 1'1 Fri. 7:30.Young People's Night First Baptist Church
ville. Tenn.. 67 I it should be. given the dignity he is no-longer' a kitten. 2-,,('{' :> H :
years ago. '
of a .name, i I|| years. he held jilt own' withth "i .' :i
Rexford Guy Tugwell of the \ *
EATON Streets
I was all for naming it Me-:,iTom i Cats pf; the neighborhood ?Jt Corner and
University scientist former Chicago, political of hetabel until i it developed after and had a left that .Joe Lewis it"" .. :. -. 0 Prcstcfl : C. -31.\ RAY, Pastor
governor CIIDI
Puerto *Rico born at Sinclair. considerable research and inves; would have envied but for the ,, .4'v; : -" '- Trility ,
tigation that it wasn't that kind last year.or so, in Spite of the
ville N.iYn 57 years'ago. 717 Simentoh Street (Colored)
of 4 cats! We finally settled oh powers that'f ntasy hat,attributed .
Henry\J. Heinz 2nd presidentof .' Sigisratmo' A.* Lolng Minisfei SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AJ*.
"Mr. Peleb Bo"$. a name' advanced .to him. he finds himself hard ;;
the company of the name, born I by columnist Phil Barney pressed to.m tt the :relentless -<- -r -7OO'o'Qock."', I .ICE; Day, Supt. _
Sewickley, Pa.. 40
years ago. of the Tampa Morning Tri i onslaught'of younger the L A j
General Albert F. Tegen. president in of I bune1 who, 'at the time.. was quoting neighmorhood and. he returns t Morning. 8ertnD Subject Worship 10:50 A.M. ,. 3Ioming\ WorshipSubjecti. ,
Public Utilities, born -
Manitowoc Wis., 46 yearago.. :i the fictitious character in from his'nocturnal prowls with I ..-: ; -. 4 ,,-n. -Heezs '.Bitterness .. GROWING IN GRACE c;

his Gulf Gleant column.: (cauliflower ears and crippled r... ... 10:50 to 11:50"
Robert L. Duff us. New York:: This.. I think. the limbs. S .F"r. : IV JI. MoigWorshIp, Service Broadcast Over WKWF

Times editor. author, born in : was utrning r.... M..tIag ,,_._,... 0S rM_ '
in silly
I point the Ills of this feline But to 'us. people wool BAPTIST TRAINING. UNION. 7.-00 PM.
Waterbury. Vt, 60 years ago. j waif. With the have 1 aa o'Clock
acquisition of so entertained ourselves._, Director
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Dr. George W. Pierce of San 1
'I illustrious a name. he was lifted countless others With! :5 hea of Evening' Worship :
Francisco, plastic surgeon, born* I from the realm of. the unknown his ,..achievements' he;will ralwayi I I .. 'fIe.fnuM '8u"J-t: '. 8:00 P..3I. ; Evening Worship. ,

Pomona Samuel; CaJ. 59 years ago. : and became a tort of somebody.Mr. be the ,Worses\ .Greaicst.. Kitty 4e ..- TJVIMC FOR JESUS" Subject: -A-MOST WONDERFUi THING HAS HAPPENEDYledAesdaJ' *
G. Wood. HollY'AoOOdirector I -
Peleg 'Boggs opened a and. while he will probably never -1 j
,.born in Philadelphi, 64 whole new world of make-be-' realize Ute! fun we have' bad -
years ago. .Ilieye I and fantasy. Arriving at in ..building a world-of' make-be. ; S EVE N SIT 0 1t Y GARDEN' W.baea union* Tues Wed., 8 8 Pil PJL: ,, Youth'Prayer Night Service 7:30 P.M..Pnj-n and Praise Service
Rabbi'Maurice N. Eisendrath.of home in the evening. I would lieve around his feline personage .' a-Um and garden .a seventh floor of La M&bon Frtncifte ene I ..
Cincinnati,, born Chicago, 45 inquire what::.Mr. Boegs had affection' for this strap catwilllive'long .1 tile fifteen boildiacs .Iese Yrk' Rockefeller Center. The Fri, 8' PJI Choir Rehearsal; FrldaT.7:30PJ.t.ChofrPrictlcs. ..; .. -
years ago. been doin 'pires *T St. ratrick'a Cathedral are; Ia background.&A "
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W. BARKLEY of SUPREME has JAMES e. presidential possibility -ONE second place on a Tru ..... ,'"
SEN/ALBEN O. Douglas been
i is it:ted a Democratic vice president although some observers doubthe ticket i is Illinois' Scott W. Lucas, ," .,' ; "Tj..r "Tj.
vies presidential possibility a presidential or is interested 'obtaining the'
assistant leader bf the Democrats -
because of his campaigning tial, possibility since 1940. Douglas nomination. The former postmaster t I
ability long legislative.experience came tq the high court in 1939 general is liked by many 'in the Senate. A strapping six- N
and popularity among VaiJou3 as 40-year-old, New Deal braintruster Democratic politicians in all sections : footer" who "thinks fast cn ,his _.; :
factions of the party.It of the country.. feet,"- Lucas is rated one of the 1 '
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is believed that as a running the Farley .has been'suggested asp ablest] debaters the Senate., '
mate tor President Truman Se 128"years. .,, a 'running. mate ''for President lucas, 56, is serving his 10th '. '
would help offset the President's Delegates to 'he Democratic ITrumari 'because; of his ability as year in the Senate; wad member 1
unpopularity with southern Democrats convention from his home stat ,- a' political strategist. As Democratic of the 'House for four'years. A .
opposed) to his civil rights Washington will support him for national chairman. he directed lawyer and corn farmer, he _has'' > : "
stand. vice presidential nomination.'[ "!the-'very successful ; '.oasg-. t been particularly Jnterestsd yin .. .y' .. '
Some observer think Barktey's Some political' observers doubt be S: velfc campaigns in.1932 and 1936. ,agricultural! ; pro leJ1.1S.' 1 : .':, ; Y
age;-70-is an-obstacle. to his would.leave the court for the'Tlis anti thitd ,tem stand in 1940 He-topped.'a, : newspaperpoll. > of 1 :, y ,' t ,
nomination. lIe will deliver the vice .presidential nomination. made'.h Pl pOpular; with somerconservative't Senate Democrats t>n their choice id I .. ,w
keynote speech at the national They consider hi\1! 'a 1952 pr3si-;; D m9crats" .'un pop. 'or the'vice'pre4identjal'nom-; \1 h: .' 'I : tflrlItr f ,..i' ,
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EP.Massachusetts JOHN W. McCORMACKof is; talked of Benjamin Franklin: sercd.his )his small Philadelphia print- 'I. x.ES

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tional strength ticket to the in industrial Democratic areas.' : early 1 apprenticeship /aSaprinter. : !< ::ing 'shop tolhe giant? ,modernplants I'

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hint popular with* .organized' .la* I e [ At 16, he! became. the of today skilled'crafts- .
burr.McCormack THE 34-"YEAR'-OLD BATTLESHIP: NEW. YORJC.. one,the-prid. of the U. S. Navy. is towed'from :
u assistant leader Pearl Harbor. Hawaii on her latt ro/ag, The ex-Bikim atom,t .t"target,was on her way-ta'be striven
of the Democrats in the House, ; editor and of his have continually .
sunk aboutSO miles south of Pearl Harbor as the climaSc:lo < iwo4 T nary-weapons test against publisher men q a
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of the leading possibilities for THE 34-YEAH-OLD BATTLESHIP NEW' YORK turns bottom up before sinking in the Pacific ,' 4 > "
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nomination. weapons tests. Air' bombardment and light sh citing sent her to the bottom.

little O'Mahoney man with, 63 a,keen is a analyticalmind friendly With THE ARTMAN pR'Ess, your personal 6 l f and "your business .1 d' .

and considerable punch asa TODAY IN HISTORY "represents' mankind's'

newspaper speaker editor A lawyer, he has and been former in (Know America) I only' 1921-President hope. ."* Harding Invites pmtingrequirements will be handled EXPERTLY} SWIFTLY

1 the Senate 15 years. ,L-: 1821 United States'takes over the world's nations to a disarmament
Born,in Massachusetts, he.went I w St. Augustine, Fla, from. the I conference.: .and ECONOMICALLY.\ S.
west with an invalid brother be- Lae Spanish. '1925:--John T. Scopes Tennessee '. : ,, -, (,
lore he: had finished his 'school 1890Wyoming admitted to;:I high school teacher put on .'' -
t ing. Hf, is tin expert on constitution1 StatehoooWthe 44th State. i trial for teaching evolution. >. ". 3

law.Britons. 1919-President Wilson lays] 192?-The"new paper moneY -. 'J .' E .' t ifc* '. .. ." .?'. .'&*f .\ .. .""'<"""" "'". .. .." ,
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More Milk\ Now party. j I i| transport-planes shot down in '
4 i : I Maryland's delegation to the Sicilian campaign by mistake,by, miTWArtman Press e
LONDpNl (AP).-Britons are national convention will support;:| Americans themselves-kept se- :
drinking nearly twice as much I I him for nomination. A seasoned i;o cret for months.i I. .
milk as- they did before the ] legislator, and speaker.. ,tha 58- 1944, -Allied invasion. In 'r''
watt-when they can get it: I year-old Tydings is regarded' by France meet with heavy German' ;
Senate Republicans: as a dangerous ;
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May sales unrationed 4 ;
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all time' record for consumption National:I I MILIARD TYDINGS 1 slender makes. ,a, very good well platform tailored appear-, he gicn about Tokyo.I CITIZEN JiUILDING.'BHONE 51
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These sales were 80 per cent 3 Maryland has been suggested i I Tydings, ar lawyer, has beeni : :It
higher than in May. 1939. .|[ as a vice presidential nominee:i the Senate since 1927. He-alsoserved I Ii :I from Council. : L : -S
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Sue",Griffcn* Holds SubRoh.,4* City;- Recfeatidn. 'i Ho\v !They ;tan 1 CLEVELAND, DEFEATED. .> ; .1 j ATOMIC BOMBERS ANDSUBRON

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& As ; .... J -t : ATHLETICS BEAT 'SOXi I
,--Foiir Ilils Dairymen .: r Program>Jt -.- i fIorid.? a'uie.tion.t 't, PLAY SUNDAY

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'BOtTLBALt, ,:\ .. : ', CU .656' Second Came Will Be .BeIwora -*
Downs Elks
!'Miir.; Hospital!) Ba"l.,; '..PuJr.' .'tfiaht: .Tampa," _. #"-- !_,. -)54 37 .:.393Lakeland ;: While })Philadelphia-' DoublchcaderI l -_ i .ac Bombers val pitch either 'Ca-
';' i Scorpions! And
. 'r -* :.TONIGHT.- : : 'J .,. : 1&.4;) t6St. lelics Defeat Boston Red sa or Lastrcs: with Robertson
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': -- ins Cojapasiy'T.Mlamr! )_ VSL;,, Miami; BeachAlffl, : JOO f Sox !-7 I At Municipal\ j ; The second game will bring,
', '17STS; SCORED) ALL'Miami\ Oil Drillers!} SubRon.=CV; *.,'"* ", ''. M.-' t West'' PalnjTJcach: ,. iUIn( 1 -1:001VM.- together; : another pair t>f teams
: Second 'GamqrykkerSt c;; \ Od..Miami L*" _*-. -_J40 51 .440 tBr 1k..A..elaei Pr... I Field which should result inal' fine
"-FOUR' OF' THEIR nUNS DtUllnff'; Company..'..-(,Miami( )!'Fort Laudordale' .._:-" 32,61, .341 NEW YORK,' 'July ... 10-Stl: Sunday,The Atomic Bombers will tangle contest, the Scorpion 'and the
,. i I i Play( Two Contests t r*, vs: Bob's Spprf.'SbQv.*-i ::0---- .I Louis Browns carne -tf>life last J with the Subron Team tomorrow Conchs. The Conchv.>."\\11. sport
fIN'QNE... INNING |3fONDAY-- .: 1'> J. 'J:L, : \,{ ,i'fr ?U(} .j:} /t' U.. I'l night and' defeated the Cleve- 'A. double header of baseball! j at' the.: Army Darracks.. The their new-suits which they .re
rA At Park r-- First GameK.antor's.. :,'Jen"i uueuau.L .. lard Indians 5-3; \ivhile.the'Phi1- will be played at the MuiutipaVStadium i, game was scheduled last Sun- ceived-recently. from ,the inanu*
;.JVdams- Dairy won over the } ..Tonight I Shop y*. El.ka'Clorx I '* '. i JUtA. : ;" eM I adelphia AtIJeUcs''were -winning Sunday. day but had to be postponed be- faturers. t !
#n n.'Four: outfit last night in I i. Sewmd' ';Tnx--VFW'-'pc: : S fi-.?* '.J liJ 1.l -.; ,. '\w' I:' I[from the Boston Red Sox, 3-7. In the opening the U. S- i.I canse of a heavy rain. : Sanchez and' 'Sktppy'*" 'Rued
.th t' fjfst'gafne; of a Softball twin;. Vickers Oil ? .of., :the,*i- .Rr>n'4; : \- : -.C1r stand ,- ..... ._ .4127' ..647Philadelphia :The results didnot alter the Marines., who h"a : If the weather man is kind tomorrow will be the battery. foe the Scorpions -
bill' al: and Naval Miami Edison ,Center, softball [...TUESDAY55: -"r*>\ .I _!7 30 .610 standing; Cleveland' still leads played su I the fans are assured .of while Johnson and Grig-
Bajgvievv Park league, will play a.cioubIe-head-: _First Game:=-NavaL: ..rfu pita.New. fgrk:: __":___'.l?*_ /U 31 1WasSlngtoa I the. American g e. wonderful game 4:>Sunday, I I, a good fcme when the Atomic gen will handle the job for the
Ifpital, downed the Class B er of softball tonight BayviewJ. vs. V&-f 'Fjyers: ., i. ; .. ,Bbs L... = 321i1 :; New York Yankees were! takejng will be out avenge. last Suni 1 I Bombers tackle the Subron Conchs.
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league-leading Elks Club in the Park. 't \r,. Second. GrJ"J: 4''b'. 'j'.J t.r": 1.3P'It1: 't .500 the.Washington Senators 9* day's ;'d feat. It will be Riggs.or'team. The Bombers are follow- First game will -BJ .underway
'' at _.' 0, w ile'the Detroit Tigers Roberts in.the box with Evenich.i ins the Subron team in wf
scodgame. 7 to 4. First game will be' between!I v% Bob's Sport'Sb9Ptf". r. "J 0 33 were the at I p. m. The second follow -
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the Subron Fourand .the .visi THURSDAY-.r- < 'r ."J A46. beating' the Chicago White. Soi behind Ihe mask: For the Pirfetej. league standings but with the immediately' alter thfc, lii$).
Sue Griffen linr SU I/nils : %7'44 .330'Chtc3gh
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opener. ;'. FirsJ ..;Gain =Navah', i itil: :r. 4-2.:! .- it will be Salinero :or Register. addition of such new players
ited' the L' 0 23 47 .39
i SubKo'n boys to four tors.Bob's Sport Shop will, tackle' V Kaptor'g Jw Af:: .hQpi, : 1 '., ..NAIOAAL"R; played in the National ..with Joe Navarro on .the re; !1.i Gabe Lastres Bo ,Meador, Joe I I II ',
t hits.The Subs ,scored all their them in the nightcap:, ,!. Second'! GapieBob's; j Sport : ,' : '. : League; found the Boston ceivingjend. i I I I Casa and Jackie, Vulareal the 'I root Croetr SELLS:Thai Good
runs 'in he second inning on two The Sub Boys will line "*up'J,. Shop,vs.XubKon.'.4* .v"i'*-t Club= ; : W. 1. Pct.Boston' Braves' defeating the Philadel- ; In the nightcap the Clowns'*bombing crew is picking up much :
hits and ,three errors I'something I like this:. Smitb.;_!U;1:)ULY 1&).....'<: v, > ;f*. ;;" : ..wtr'_' i ," 31 .587 phil Phillies .13-2; The St. Louis ",-ill. play picked Navy team.It strength. i AMERICANBRAND
iDairyinen..scored in every in- .McClure, 5s'Dowh: Mi"2b:; ;' Foist'; < .'.,,Fist.Se e- X-tlFIyw -iVsu.sV f 1 rPit bw1b': '34. .S34 Cardinals winning, from the Cincinnati 1 is expected, 'that Mgr. Smith On the other hand,. there are !,'
nng; xccptt the third. Bremmer Ib; HnftpanclStOry; () rfJiFonte. ::, Bka-.Clufe t i; v / ? ,.V|,SF, .l Uis;'"!. '. <, /; '..' 33 34 "534 Redsj W=tind the Brooklyn I.will- hurl for the 'Clowns and' several new! .boys on the' USS t COFFEE'an4CUBAN .
pifcbed'.gWdbaIl for SubRon buthb' .- 3b:- Powell; t":.'- remmerp.: : : .; .*..." c:jGaifiei-.vFW-vs..! .. .. .*,AdarasiV' ..; .. 13few: :.Y rL-' ,;,' Aas.. '36 :.493 Dodgers, gaining(.one position Alee'-.will: be ready' for action. j 1'Gilmore;, sO ..tht'the.. Subron :.. : .
\ him poorsupporttfiat n.:;._ ', ; .,-sii" .. ...1' .6 ,486hiL in. the National bydefeatbig : They always fan back team has also J--- Try A.Peuad Tod -
n\alegaye with Dempsey Masji>n-r. McCann I .T'-, ." ,......,.... ;ad......... :\ cogklytr.4'q3&3;... ; .on strengthenedtheir
led Ao'tiis downfall rcad. for action! i':T'.J-: '.nn/f '. ..,. '?"'- .to.: :,,-":'P ll ', ? _; 36 40 .474 the :New York 'Giants, 10-3. "Red"-Dean or Roberts> witP.\ weak positions. The batsteries :
< f and Sands : S .. 40' .467 Yesterday. the Chicago Cubs (X car McIntosh the i for: Subron will '-
;At _>a{ 'Ingraham Bob's will lineup -something --F Gam iPa. .p eiiichuta4L i ; as; ; > on' receiving be Stinger -
nhpoleWtwosafely.: Fonte.hisarcsafelyjn'his like this: Casad'U;:A'ceveao;;, s: ..:. --'FW.. .. .'......*...,.; '. ,,.-...,..'.. cr" r.toz's'Meh'alShop .....L,;i'Chict.I., ; 41,.,,:X.32, 43. .427 beat.fthe Pittsburgh* Pirates' 21. '.end., and Powell while" the ,Atom-.
: l : only'tinic at bat YillareaJ .rf; Roberts$;; ,:'"lf: ;! .Jler-;;.'. ..Second.,Garae ys&l" tfs/fcUkr,1 J-tr '> .The .scores: \ :Fans or"the.. city know the! t Pest\ BROADWAYCIGAR'
ttfJtad, the,l losers. nandez 3b; Sant iia. '2b; Castro, : ; .t'.I-- '';' I AMERICAN LEAGUE \.of\ the Clowns. They are. justi : I! Hcintzclman, Nahcm and 'Padgett .
"*"In::the:?teld{ Huffman Mason rf; Walker; c; "Barbefef: : ;'. bird :.:.J'\:TLY .2ft,..,-...".'A'. '_ r: 'x.-, )7"Hr" .... !_. t/'H.. t LeaguesN.Ii'. .':Nigh,' Game back from a series of games.dur-: : | '
Mid Foster '('CFC-the'.best-; for the Hancock >p, .. '*. :, 'First. .Game.lD. : -, vs;r .s: R.JIE.: ; ing the Fourth of July weekend [ Night Came STORE
l&ersMa&raVSandft; i .Walk-: Umpires :will be-- Griffin:; andVill }.: U fl4' !-.:. l -l=.j jf V.f L : Pet. f\t. Louis:. .: .. -5 9 '.0': up state. J j'R.. H. E.'i .
crf-'f of, real; -scorer;; Aguilar:.'* f;'Second :Ctzt rri C ahN ava.i -1J .,[ k .,__)!) ..910l .Cleveland j_ ", ._ 3 12 0t t St. Louis .;._-_ ._.."___. 6 '9 0 610 Uuval Street
;StxarRL' 'fc. II E.' start" .. : I ; Sanford Garver and PartectLcmon :Candini Harris, Ferrick and. .._ _, __. ,_
; First game 'win ;at.J30: ; : v : 1itr:, .; ; : >,,i.j l :' : O 10SQO ;: Cincinnati ,4 83 T!
Marii'.s! : #.: 210'1134 4l Ii .4 r p. m. ; fJULYp-":" ." i'}. .... 1it..,.. J 'Vif'. .:_::.7 13 "'::350fIij t Paige! ; Kt iman. Gromch: Evans.' *- .' r.I Brcchccrv.: Burkhart Stafcy and COMPLETEBASEBALL: .
040000-()(){ 4 4 0 :" \ ...:, 1' iii' and I Night Gain I '
Spbftan:4a- .: .- .'G m. \ tWJ 4 : .200 Ilcgarx-. \ Hire Baker? Wchmcier; Pearson
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'$u@IiL6rtf( ::and Villareal;': American dairy,.pt'otiuetionto-, J t, ._ V.F.Wr' '. r"s!i'I."'j 1 'f ni... .rcl: .:.: '!_ '' ;Night Game. t' R. H. E. i G umber t and Lamanno.
Brei .!rher and Povt eH. J 1 j 'Second.: arise-Kafltii r'S.M' "sShoo : ? .t.. -3: R. II.'E. Detroit 4 7..0 i Night Came
: To-bas hits:'Huffman. Sand;.";*"tals more than'ene*8bIHion" ". ;dotlars.'. .. .,Vs. tksLuk' .i".i.. <<:-,11"$ 1 m. ;;[ !: Philadelphia 3 12 0 Chicago .. .. 2 6 1 I i R. II. E. '
IJewii;. stolen bases: Fonte 2. worth every f year-- :>; J's'0 ; : .J.JI ,JULY; -.j: ..P".i.t; : "-i'lr 1 Boston ",:."-JL. 7 15 0 Hutchinson and fiche; Pi?ret- Brooklyn 10 13 0
Powell, Villareal l; sacrifice hit:I IIYJfIn'D ]I ---'- : *:* :I T rst. :$ l:'SiAr't'$ho'J I,' ,$ rC tjl.w-O; .! 10.9 '.474:.5Z3I ; Colem Q...Sava e. Harris and ti, Popish. and Robinson. j New York 3,42 -
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;struck out: by. Bttm:'!J I Americans,' on- the average.$ 'IlS.- lldarnSi3'{ alr7 ar''''--r. z .>'. .Naval,HoiPitaF;,T-... ..'..i 12"1:333i :: ; Rosar; Kinder. Johnson. Dobson't]iI ; Barney and Campanella; Punt POPULAR BRANDS .
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1: Griffen 1 bases conSume about four "poundi": of j and 'Batts NATIONAL LEAGUE. '
flier bY : on : 'Second : 13pspilal 1. } Tebbetts. i Jones. Wrinkle and Cooper. ,
lfitllaroff-13rcmnrcr( 5. oft Griffn.6t cheese per person.cyeryyearj: ;, "f'1:-. ', "'s.'Y'\-1 yame-4iaval.,;' i. )" ';:' '' "I i :' ->: _:.,. :d.t4r I .' Night Game 1 1 1I. j': Night Game i i' R. H. E. Cigars and
& lime or:game: 1.20; umpires. :I I .ULY.2&7 ) ,,' : "\1. '" ), : } ._ I. R. H. E. !!!I R.n.E Chicari .i ___r__ 2 7 1
Griffen. and Villareal. I I hits r:vsreA -l t... 'B.TTiw-Parle'. ..'lO, ht.FRlDAY York"0 12 0. Boston .*._._, _'. 13 14 0 I1; Pittsburgh .' _.. 1.5 1 "Cold'l
,."tot :-- I I Garcia: ,two topped the Ipsers: ,;K .: .Itaiitor'sSccrortd : 1scS J1PP r.'f',-: ""' : '! f. ? Washington .. .-0'4 4 Philadelphia 2 12 0 11 I Ifainncr and Walker; Riddle Soft
-I>> to.9:00, PM,:. f. ..Lopat l.,_and- .Niarhos;_ Hudson,1 I 1 I_. .Sain.. and Salkeld;._ Roberts!:'and Fitzgerald :. i ,
the mound. and'arcia; starred for ;: .J -- --- -" -- Hu .
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over. the'r'r league-leading l Elks. 7,,I k'crs.: ostic; Shadley and Henkc. JULY: 37x;:*'s.Flrat'Ga ': ot;.p.., .. f F BASEBALL: t. .. '_ _, S
k4- : for the winners; il .f. : Vx:ft jr.'vs-iEll; .' Municipal Stadium.. Alfaraoea.First : : .. p
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lJ;'li+s' got''aIl_ their nms in the Scorer >K.JH.; F.. !Club i'.r.: fj'6..J"'!' ';' .'.I. SuNDAY-', i" I... ." '
fir !-\i.nnil1J. :. From then on, the Hospital .' 601.0nM.7.vJ9( ( 3.. Se ndr.aa+tldt=Marna, Dak):'h'.: ,, v.i. Alai' "
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'r control Good support by.I Martin and Fallonj Joe/: 'Lewis' .. f 1 G 'roe.Clowns ; : ,.;. ';" ;;"j., .' :
bt mateg.w'on for Martin- I!I and'.Dion ,, '* I x .JuNIOR'Corr8tiiAtiPukrAit.n vs.- ;. : "
.!Jlr"the'fgtirth round;with tlireeise Twb-ba"sc., l hits;. J\t 'tUn,' 2. ; .; !., : ryict; IPnt'.: ;:
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in the:first-cnouch:: to win.irJat.he off Lewis'2: time "of "garaer' 1.10 BArtJt" Piuk'Atternoon a'i '. bR.oJ\.:: .. T v
; :. leaders" were ZimrnerminZand' umpires:' Villareal-' and.Crdfens. } ..,',..... .k'. ;..r .. i\. '.I. tV t f.'i' a. .- os 'vs...I
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