The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 12, 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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The Democroaito.national con-. By'FJa.National Somewhere between 100 'end ISO persons will reach Key West
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vention was called to order Thursday and Friday: to 'attend''the .111t annual onvaation O. the
Guard Association of County-Judges, of Florid County Judge Raymond R.

shortly after II o'clock this *\ Lord. who is fourth-rice president of th* group,'announced today.

S h morning The galleries. were '''.-*rll ..The I-!IUrTALLAHASSEE ., The sc sion will- open:'at:'9:30 a.m. Fi iday. There will be an

b Y Julv 12.. invocation by the Kcv 'James !I..,Mlt cConncl l of St,.Paul's Church:
only one-third. filled,but, 'practically i- : a Florida National Guard local units ,rind an address of welcome by

=Y all delegates were pres- in the various counties and cities Mayor A. Maitland Adams.
dances: Following the by
.. in the state may sponsor response
,, -i ia ent. ., .' ? carnivals, mimstrels and. boxIng : Jude Casuey S. Green pre.;a.
dent of the association, there
Addresses were made by mkt ..k.4ia exhibitions
Na-j at. without obtaining will be introductions: of special
tional Chairman VJ. Howard occupational licenses Attorney guests and short talks by Judge

Grath and David ,Lawrence, I General J Tom Watson ad- Howard G. Livingston. first. vice

'q ir x f t .mayor of Pittsburgh, and at j vised Brigadier General MarkW. president.. Judge .McKenney J.
welcome'was Davis, second vice .president
noon the address of Lance adjutant general flo- ;
tJf Judge Frank B.
delivered by Bernard Sam
rida National Guard.
tx third :vice president; Judge
uel, mayor of Philadelphia ',...1" \H1Lul' Mr. Watson stated that this Lord.. fourth vice president;

1 It was generally conceded by : CLAUDE PEPPER (D,.Fla.). who has announced he.seeks opinion was based on. two' f < Judge R. W. Ware fifth vice
-- ,'Democratic leaders,f as well as I the nomina'ion as the Democratic stancerd-bearer in the 1348 grounds; first that thc'Nation- s president; 'Judge Arthur R.

...,;. '"" I neWspaper correspondents and political' campaign holds' the telegram he received from,, Cen. al Guard unit is an arm of the Clonts;. sixth vice. president;'ars Truman will be accept the Democratic: nomination for the' presidency. Pepper prise' and the funds derived and Judge: James C. Gwynn
(AtWItr.Aotu) I I on the first ballot despite i.1 was to'hare placed the general's name into nomination sV the therform are in the nature of t treasurer.,
deflection of southern: public charity put on by national After luncheon the convention -
:SENATOR: JOHN SPARKMAN. Democrat, cf Alabama, tell I legates. many, '. national convention, in Philadelphia. guard unpaid personnel and the will reconvene. There will

:newsmen in Philadelphia there is.a ']ot of talk: about Senator Heads of delegations from I -. -_. -- -- proceds_are used entirely for the be committee reports" and a
Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky who will deliver the, keynote pleasure and comfort of the business ,
; I state after state announced that general : session. The afternoon
f)(!,)t( rraUc; : Donkey Overlooks Con ration Seeio( -
Address at the Democratic: national convention: tonight. Batkley they ,will support Truman, troops. 'sessionwill' adjourn at
has been mentioned as a possibility,for the Democratic presiden- whose opponents, in a series,.of I Although pugulistic exhibitionsin 4.p., m and the delegates will betaken
tial nomination. __ t conference: which have not yet ? l this stale are generally oro- on, a .tour of the city by
j terminated,.are trying to have 1 i : <1 : hibitod. the statutes permit themto the members ;or the MonroeCounty
the two-thirds rule invoked in ; \ a limited extent by certain organizations Bar 'association.At .

1! an attempt. frustrate his nomination ) such ,as companiesand .4:30 PJ m, the judge and
, Number Civilian i deteachments of the Honda Y
Employes : on the first ballot. their wives' will be given a cocktail -
The two-thirds rule which national ,guard -' .. ";" "-'" party At the Elks Club rnncx. .
had been in effect for many (A.. 'Via"lC" At 8' p. m; the annual banquet -
On Goes yeans at Democratic onvcntions, Rainfall I will bar .held ,at the South
Federal( Payrolls resulting in' hard fpught and June j f>' LcF.OY SIMftSS (Above. )). _vev j I Beach restaurant{ Judge Lard

: : long-drawn out no m Ln a t i o a. I[ eran, Assecialed Press 'correponJ 1 I has arnneilIOl': a special Span
.J Below nt BirnungH- Ala ::ish meal to'fee booked by a -
itbts; .W8$ ban.dt i el7rlrpears'of1Jic f = i 'Tt k.J in a specuil
: UODhi1yllyi'i1: ; > SayS Donsevelt t ''ad: 1t -yW- i:...lwf been .cbo\pia:;"$..j :_quqk*"". .familiar4T'o- -ith....... with.'-
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ministrationx_ t newsmen to represent the': ti or'foiul.
.. In Island ; Fuller .
i The chances of its being readopted I lI City southern states in rovtrrng; hit I Warren, who_ Pas nominated
'rUTAI.V (; ;' : : : are said to be virtually I 11N.V Democratic national .convention ; j for governor, fa.scheduled\
ml, though the matter likely will I .tI Key West fell far behind in at Philadelphia i to arrive here Thursday after
2UOUUU()( ) ()(),Mon...:' Dlrtn; \ 1f HOLDS. I be brought, to the floor of the rainfall durms-'June according j I noon He 'will, speak Thursday

CONFERENCE: ::> convention hail by a group .of to the monthly bulletin issued night to the members. of thejudges'
'I\VJU.. ; PEAK:; OF I Southern delegates. The defeat I today by ,the local Weather Bureau Ch Baker 91 association
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: While the
i. ; of the proposal will assure Tru I judges ar-: holding
.\"OIU,1)AU .. man's nomination on the first f During,last month only ..90o1( ; their; :"business sessions Friday a
.. ... ." S. ballot. an inch of,rain fell in Key West,i 1 Died Yesterday program has ,been '-arranged for
i r"'f.r 1 I : the ladies who=, them
< leaders; correspondents while the normal for that month I
WASHINGTON.' July +. and' commentators' is 3.34'pI: an inch more, or a total :, <;Charles Baker. 91. died Ftc. -: here. From ,:30 a. m. until' noon
ator harry F. Byrd of ? don't think much of the Pepper ]j of :4.24 inches. day'"morning' at '4:55 .,'rl'' ulw I they will bp taken, on a shop
today issued'the hurry for the nomination for Temperatures last month wen Firtrer services will be held ping trip'and from noon to 1:30

'rents! about federal. tr president. One leader pointed I' slightly, higher than the' normal 5.00()(),p.m. tomorrow ih the chapelof l (I p.lunch ra. at they'Judge will:Lord's:have residence.a buffet
out that, Senatot Pepper does t for June. The mean maximumlast the Lopez Funeral Home. .
menuThe. They will meet-at La Concha hoteL
not have even a majority of. month was 89 degrees as Burial l will be in the family t plot : -
number of delegates from his home state1' compared with a normal of &6 3; in City Cemetery.' \
ployees"on the federal of Florida. The delegation from I / the minimum average!: was 78.4 Rev. G. Leon Wells;,:pastor 'of will From 1 to: to 3.30 p. m. they
has been increasing: at an that state totals ':20 of whom as compared with 77 and the the First Methodist jChurchvill; taken) on a sightseeing
Pepper controls and mean 837, with the normalat tour of the; city by the wives
only six was .
age of nearly 500 a day officiate. I the
one-half. I c4 819'Highest: Survivors of the deceased members of the Monroe
January Pepper's announcement that I wind for last monthwas include and nephews.: County Bar Assocation. They
The total in May, 1940 his name will be submitted, to I 22 miles an hour from the Mr. Baker nieces was a native ,Key will later join their husbands
2,066285: from the Elks Club for the convention for the i east on June 30.Criminal ,
nomination t WaterlIe was bore here on ,
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This number is more has'not met with any enthusiasm .APv Ir..pbuto. i I I i 2, 1857.
twice the World War 1 among the ,delegations! t A MECHANICAL DONKEY designed to fnort.'smokt and kick. I January, .. .. --
"It is more than. three { from other states. It is considered has replaced the GOP elephant oa this hotel marqtte of the Dean Court 1 I Comdh Johnson
the level at the end of doubtful if Southerners I ocratic Headquarters hold In Philadelphia as preparations were-1. ]I Ii i Wm. Pent 467
previous Republican bolt the convention and hold a made for the national convention opening today. Term ..
anrt {i "It is more than would accept the nomination on I i 'I
peak<< prior to the* July term of Criminal Court
war such a ticket. .
in 1939. t 1 I The hottest spot here political- I Two Women Hurt Firemen Called I was opened today by Judge!: 4. William Pent 46. died Saturday Friday

"In the civilian a ly is the conference that is be-j i I Thomas,S. ,Caro.' It was a brief at 10'15! p.m. in his residence
elusive of the Miltary ,I ing held by the= 19 members of In Auto To County Jail cession ft the court. which then,j fear of 803 Eaton strccU I Comdr. Carl Johnson USN.
executive officer
of the Key
merit civilion the platform committee. The { was recessed until tomorrow!I Funeral services will be held
now more than 80000 fight is over the Civil Rights t .' I when it is expected that several 1 j?:' this afternoon at 5:00 o'clock in I West Naval' Station win leave
than it was at the' World. cka"k i I program as enunciated several: ,Mrs. Nellie West, mother of Firemen A are called to 'County persons ,will plead guilty .to certain :, the chapel of the Lope Funeral later that pit; to on Friday and will

peak and more than : f months ago by President Captain John West of the Char- jail at 9:40 p. m. Saturdaywhen charges;,, 1 j;i I Home. Rev. J._ B, Reid pastor will go be in Washington thr offices of wherehe the
cent of the peak prior to the I ,Judge. Caro said that no jury Street Methodist
man. Members of committee ter Boatmen Association suffered some rubbish and trash i, of the Fleming Chief of Naval Operation
Emergency in 1939. ,; aside from those from the South. : will be called this week. He said*II Church will officiate. Burial
The Military Esta !I'I It V'ItrDM!",, favor the President's Civil a. bf"9ken'shoulder in, an caught'fire on the cell block. The that it may be pocnble to begin,I:i 1 will be in the family plot In City Until the arrival here of Commander
accident Homestead fire did not amount to much.and Johnson's successor,
is employing three but have automobile near i some time next week.
Rights agreedto jury trills
i;i J. HOWARD McGRATH. the program ( Cemetery. who will be 'Comdr. J. A. Fitz
many civilians per man relent on some of its out- Friday night. Mrs. West it was soon put out. Survivors include the parents
Democratic National I[
Commit- [ :gerald.: Comdr. Johnson will be
II form as it was at-the !s| tee chairman (abe). holds spoken provisions. They instead. was .released from the Municipal ;t Enroute to the blaze, the dry 30 Cases Await I i Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Pent; three relieved by Comdr. W. B. Par-
peak. will be outlined in a general cell lost 3'en. Mrs Edith Waltcrson
"Federal ''' his nose as he conducts press Hospital today. She lives in Mi- light was from No. sisters ham, USN, who is at present
expenditures statement and will be similar to 't' : and Mrs.
conference in ami. I gme. It is believed jt fell from Mrs. Inez Peterson: first lieuteant Of the Naval Sta-
Philadelphia I
personal service ,in the i: the Democratic Civil Rights program Court Flowers. and several}
year will be nearly four while perched' informally on a, of four years 'ago. It was Also Injured 'in the same ;accident I the truck somewhere along DmI' -ci j City Judge nieces and nephews. tion.
the 1939 figure. typewriter table at his headquarters said that the Southerners will was Alma Myers ,who suffered sion street I t Comdr Johnson has been
t :
"If the estimated i I' in Philadelphia. i acree to that proposal, even a broken finger.: I' "We wish that 'whoever found Thirty cases await Judge Hil- here for two years and a half,
He has been active in the affairs
for fiscal year 1939. were riot accord ary Albory's attention this after- Circuit Court
I,: -- i though they are in !the light would return"it to No. of the Barn Theater Group and
ed ,30 the per total cent would or 630,000 still Roberts Leaves Fi i with all its specifications.- Weed Killer f{I'station", said; Chief Leroy Tor- of noon the in Municipal involve Court.the Many is well known throughout the
ees I( 1I j jI No decision has been reachedby ,jres this morning. : cases persons, \ Startcd"T day city. .
a million Continued greater On than It the leaders on the candidate I Firemen from the Key West who were caught' driving with-i I "I certainly am sorry to leave
Page out licenses
for vice president. Supreme I Kills 2 '
Boy Naval Station alsq answered the .
Onllls West" Comdr. Johnson
VacationsCity said
I Court Justice Douglas has de-< alarm, for the box that was pulled AmOn- the other are t-(f41Jtidgc *>Aquimo! Lopez Jr. Key '"1
'I'dared again that he will not accept : for the fire is j just outside the sailors*,Frank Calisto. ,and G. W.'! opened the civil section of Circuit today. have many fine
friends I to
Comptroller Charles Rob- NEWARK N. J.christophcrScOtt :! confessed beating' : here am going
Palace the nomination adding that : station gate' j HopkinS who ) ; l Court here today ,
arts left today on his vacation.!I a member of the highest court Crosman. two-year-old boy and robbing<< ,another.sailor. L J.}r One of the first thing 'done miss..
.Larry Perks and EUcn He'expects to go to Miami Beach\J i 1 1and i in the country should not en- .of.'"Brj-n: Mawr. Pa, waS visiting Moemino. in Doval street Friday teas to select a jury to hear testimony -
"THE'''S'VOnDS later 'take a motor trip|I I I gage in partisan or any other his .grandmother, Mrs. Robert night. They .will b* arraignedfor on the 1.000 ejectment
(In Tchmcplor) : through the, state. He may also J 1]I kind of politics. Conditions now mble.of Maplewood. Special assault and battery in Municipal 'Case started by Blanche T.: Alli- Save It Brother!
'HEWS and I go to Havana. Roberts ,-id. ,j j point out that Senator Barclay Finding a can of weed kiBe-r Court and will then be turned; good and husband' against flag1 -
In, his absence his office will]I of Kentucky probably will be on the lawn he proceeded to drmk Summer R(ttes' over to,, CriminalCourt for appearance (,i maid, Roberts and his wife. Eel At J/pmc and
t be in charge,of City Tax Assessor the nominee for the vice presi- some. He pied shortly afterwards on robbery charges. f Sixty men were on hand Awaiting Take Rest

I Merville_Rosam,_IL '1 I I dency. in a hospitaL, BODY and FENDER ;: their turn for jury duty 4 '

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Greens and PARIS.-(AP). Towards the W By Florence Theel :
Only Dally Newspaper in Keyeat that persons who are not lawyers, as a
Monroe County I end of his life, a South Sea 4 i ..
totered at Key West, Florida a. cond elasainaUer. rule, make better juvenile judges than Island cemetery keeper turned j THE CITIZEN OF "
S does down a painting Paul Gauguin,) Chapter 12OTRAXGE I his brothers in Los Angeles out a striking color scheme. Why. JULY
-' MKHBER OP THE: ASSOCIATED la excluslrely PRESSThe eatitled to a-lawyer. I I offered him for two and a half sounds jerked Bert haps make it up with Eileen, we'll have the most original 12. 1938 ,\
Associated Press
BM for reproduction! of all news dispatches creditedto Mr. ,Ketchum was speaking about francs (then about half a dol-! .marry as they'd planned. dance place in California! ; UIIIIDmIIIIII:
it or not otherwise credited In this paper and I lar.) i out of his slumber. Rain? It But why wait to rejoin the Well you'd better 'get some
also the local news pub>Uh.l here. the Monroe County Bar Association's Recently in this centennial ,couldn't be-the, window was a band? His thoughts were clear as sleep she said wholly unconvinced Several stateand county officials -
h spoken words. Why not bring the Rising; she shepherdedBert from various parts of Florida
of moonlight! He sat
sunkenIPTIOV UITESSU passing 4 resolution year of Bauguin's birth one of square up
requesting-Jlepresen- band to him-make of ij hall-, through the chilly will visit
,..... hallway : here during the
Tear -
One ilofltbsTbre _ _ _ _ LOG tat've Bernie C. r '4f i>jj[ !$jh& Jigtor. JamesA. his minor early works brought 'listening holding the bedclothes wrecked hacienda a place where to hisj-bedtoom.) Yawning she encampment of the Florida Na-
Months .- .Z.7I 49,350 francs: ($1,640)) at the Hotel i around him. Probably chipmunks: motorists could get a cup;o{:tea bade him goodnight, and went on
:.'.. MorthV.'oekly _ _ _ 1.0I* Fran'lin'top6ruior.8.: (bill! ,in' the next Drouot, Paris, auction cen-! chasing each other across thei before they reached Palm Springs, to her own. :i tional Guard .according to infor-j
o f. motion received here today
session 'of tie legislatu @ !th.'atf( ''would require ter.The roof. Or cats,t .a1tho gh' .that enjoy his mother's marvelouscookingdance -
ADVKUTISING! \ HATK9! sale was the first public > :wasn't .arodnd deserted to his swingbacd BUT B rt could 'not sleep. He -
... Made'Known on Application the holder of the office "of juvenile auction: in Paris of a Gauguin*: }likely-not a at night-dance on the desert! awake for hours letting > Chamber? of Commerce directors
ouse. '
SPECIAL NOTICB l j udge i in Monroe\ beth lawyer. work since 1942. A 13 by 15 inch I lIe put on his bathrobe and the"I low-hung can! shall stars.! he"It's shouted the answer to- into all the sound details of the idea settle !' at.a meeting Monday morning -.
and '
.. All reading notices cards of thanks resolutions in a 'workable plan. adopted resolution to have
; of a
scene .
<*rt respect' obituary noticrs. poIm ete will be ,Why a .lawyer,-unletJ; he is an expert landscape a : j 'Went to the window. in time to to everything! It did look as though his mother's
tarred'; for at the rate of 111 cents a line. in ,j venile delinquency? was painted under the influ- j! ,see two dark animals with bushy A light mapped on, inside. His philosophy was right, at that! !' a bopklet printed', containing in-t!
Notices for entertainment by Jiurchea from which Why'not, instead ene of Camille Pissaro, whom mother looked out of the window Everything did happen for the I formation about' Key! West The
? A revenue The Citizen, Is to be U derived an are forum 5 cents ad a line.iavltea 4ta.PIII.n a ociologist.asdcial'worker who critics now ratebelow Gauguin.I' .white tails disappear: into the anxiously. "What is it, Bert? Is best. Why. if'there had been i: Artman Press will print the
open if he "
? sagebrush. Skunks Why, .
of public Issues and subjects of local<< or makes Paris' art experts say that in the anything the matter? rooms for them in Palm Springs |[booklet.
no pretense of holding that title remained in this isolated burnedout -
ceneral Interest, but .It will not publish anonymous but "Not now it isn'the! said. last night, they never would have {t
event that of Gauuin's '
4 Om.......,.,at I...... who knows unlikely one hacienda, those!: skunks:would Jubilantly. here 1
children because he has work- works went come out !
major on probably be his sole companions! I Representative Bernie C Papyki \
I Well come In. before you But. of course!: everything de- t j
ed among them. sale it would easily fetch two What a wonderful prospect! catch your death of cold" she pended upon Mr.,O'Malley's approval I I i received a letter today from

Mr. Ketchum that legal turn t o three million francs ($6,700' to His eyes shifted to a dark bulk said with the gentleness one uses !, his securing the owner's t[State Administrator Robert J
argues a 10,000). (In the Uted States outside on the grounds be hadn't with the insane. consent!: Dill stating that the men who

MEMBER of mind may work against ,a man's beinga some' of Gaugin's works have seen before.: He put on slippers, And in the kitchen as she The real estate agent had his recently were laid off locally

E @ 1948 good juvenile judge, and therein Mr. brought two and three times. threw a sweater across his shoul- made a cup of tea to warm them cpllar open, his black bow tie unfastened will be put back. to work in the(
ders, and went outside to investigate she looked at Bert as though he when the McLanes
) .
Ketchum is right. Lawyers; concerned ina hat amount It was a large, neat pile of actually had parted with his reason called at his I office the next morn- I next few days. .,
lumber-planks and beams and while he unfolded the new ing. Pudgy fingertips touching, be I
case of any kind, are-given'to considering Poland ConvictsUndergrounders window trim. Evidently the owner plan. listened to Bert's proposition.The Superintendent William W.

the legal element, often:;at the expense had considered restoring the "A tearoom-a nightclub-In owner was a relative of his. Demeritt was notified by Washington -" }
place. but abandoned the idea. this devastated place! I don't see he zaid: and-in his absence now today that $58.800 has'
,IMPROVEMTNTS FOR KEY WEST of the humanistic. The chief. qiljiement Bert sat down upon a floor plank. how you could Bert. in SouthAmerica he had power- been allocated for repairs and '
to be juvenile has and looked around him. A strange "Why, ifs simple, Mother" And of-attorney..Deftnitely'the owners *
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN a judge nothing what-. Improvements in the lighthouse
,feeding' took possession of him. in his mind it was as clear as the would not rebuild'and live there. ..
ever that i is ,tied up with legal interpreta- LODZ oland.-(AP---A mili- The immensity of velvet sky moonlight out of doors. "If the The property'was up for sale but i service in this area )
and moon-drenched desert made owner will consent-sell me that with labor and, materials almost -
The Judge knows what his dutiesare ary tribunal sentenced nine men \ "
: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. lumber-I'll fix the t councilmen, at a meeting
to'five 15 him feel small and unimportant. up big rooms impossible et.' an immediate {.
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. under the law pertaining.toliis. office to years imprisonmentfor The vastness of the universe some way, build tables and chairs, purchaser;'didn't seem likely. .J'last night, discussed the propos-" '

3. Airports-Land and Sea. and no coma.before him that belonging to an undergroundband dwarfed to pigmy insignificancethe whatever's needed. With this big ; '"I'll the green light togo I 1:tl to havea pipeline of water
casq everi| called the Polish Diversion .'
troubles that had stove ana to do the ahead, '
4. Consolidation of County and seemed un- you cooking young fells on one con- I brought to Key West from Florida -
C requires; .air-splitting,. technicalities applying and, ,Propaganda. : Union. surmountable a few hours before. why"-he smiled with his old en- dition-that you okay on i The councilmen assured .'
:. City Governments. .. The clear hard ,brilliance of the thusiasm-Mit's a cinch0His : everything you do-before you do j'[r City .',
5. Community Auditorium. to'defendant: children. ......' ................. stars suddenly clarified his mother brought the teapotto it!" He promised to look up the .: members of the Florida1Keys .
But 'it the judge knows: the factors thought! That power which had the table, filled their cups. bill for the lumber and let Bert : Aqueduct Commission that'_
Radio i Programs kept those star and planets in Usually she could see the pos- have it at,cost. the city will do its utmost in" I
that contributed to tJi' juvenile' delinquencies their own fixed courses for unknown sibilities in a situation. Hadn't Thanks a million. Mr.' OTtlal- I j helping the commission get a

: and is familiar i with the psychology ...... ....!.....seaf... ages, that controlled the she established a successful leyl Bert rose, grasped the olderman's I I i supply of fresh water for Key\ tx
MONOGRAPH miracle of plant and animal boardinghouse business in Los hand. "I promise you that I[ lj
,of boys and 'girl ,.tI'en he is qualified *growth; that sustained all this Angeles during the war, even everything ',we do,will definitely }:West.

Dear Readers: to fill his job, even though he has Doytim Summary I abundant cactus in a waterless with rationing and food short- improve the property! II j:
never Miss Billet Camera, daughter
that ? But she could feel He in
Selected listed below I region-why, surely power ages no enthusiasm was high spirits when
Politicians who have little business read. a law book. are broadcast program at the same time M n- ,.- could eliminate one little spot on for Bert's wild mid- they came out into the noonday I of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ca-
day thro"gH Friday. Eastern local I a man's right lung. The power night inspiration now. sunshine.He opened the'car door j j: mere who recently .concluded* .
experience generally are very lavish It would be a wise thing for Representative for time.mountain For c.ntralawbtract subtract two one hour; I that had. created the marvelous "Drink your tea and sleep on for. his'mother. her studies in summer school,

with the taxpayers' money. Papy and ,Senator Franklin to houj mechanism of a man's body certainly the idea. In the morning it may "Hop in, Mom. Well grab a i left yesterday for Miami to visit\
could repair it-in no timeat not seem so glamorous. bite of lunch-and then we're Mr. and MrsJ.
THE ORACLE have a law adopted that requires. a juvenile JULY THROUGH. JULY 16 alL Then he could rejoin the Bert laughed. "Our liabilities heading back to Los Angeles to : her uncle and aunt, ,;

judge to'. have .)ha'd; some experience Convention Program Alvarado Merrymakers the six- shall be turned to assets! We'll) sell this proposition to the boys!" :William Prime.
piece band he'd organized with fill those holes With cactus. work IT. he eaitUnmed) -
Full schedule of the Democratic .
among children so that he form ns. who had
may tional conv.ntion at Philad.lphia la Anthony Bragassa
MAN, THE RULER? reasonably sound opinions about their attitudes being,. carried by all four networks this ; been visiting his brother L. T.
w k from Monday on. Beth day andtioir 1 1LOUISAS I .
Southard ,
night sessions 110 so th.air. in addi-
toward life and, if the attitudesare t, to special programs. i returned to Miami yesterday. '

The members of the human race, found to be wrong, endeavor to make networks Exact. time in *their were advance not listed schedules by the. : LETTER ( America) I' --=--- ;
.. program as ivt here with are_*>. I Jean Hersholt, the "DrChristian" I Today The Citizen says in an
i them right. '
confidently accept the Biblical promise Ject instantaneous change for both ..
.a the regular sessions and other broad ,of radio fame, born I editorial paragraph: 'I I
that the earth was created for them and But the requirement that a juvenile casts. J I in Denmark, 62 years ago. "Where isit?"

they are the lords of the worldly creation. judge[ should be a lawyer to deal with delinquent Morning_ Jiy. Dear: Louisa: I Milton Bane, comedian born I
( I am a Woman of thirtyfiveho has just married for the in New York, 40 yearsago. Zookeepers buy pythons by''t..
juveniles is ridiculous. However 500fonsytnoon In N. T.-UM
The ebullient
..a. more among the race SresJtfat ClubabeIllflaflyard second time. My first husband died five years ago and left I Charles R. Hook, president of the foot, 'paying between $5: and .

of men also accept, with equal confidence good a man may be as a lawyer, he may Fcrifles lla me a small amount of insurance which I have supplemented I American Rolling Mills, Ohio, $10] for each of the first six feet -
Ozark Valley i'eiks-BIN I
the supremacy of the world in .the vast make a poor juvenile judge. For instance, 10:00-Frert Warinff by taking a part-time job. By' doing this I have managed t01 I i born in Cincinnati,'63 years ago. of snake. The rate is much high

universe and the comforting assurance, hemay not have'the patience' reason or Music Mr Story For Drama-abe You-cbs '", take care of my two children r j I Gilmore D. Clarke consulting er after the first, six feet. !

10 JO-Hour of Serbls-nb. very nicel''{. I engineer, nqted landscape architect -
that they are, as part of the human rjice' try to reasoh with{ childrenJv 1 2.-V. J '
Sing\ Alone;-cbs Theman,1 haver Your horoscope I educator, "born in New
: nentiy1marned -j it
/ &&T U Witb Muslo-mb '
,, the products of the Creator. patience, no man lawyer layman is fit l 56 .
top .or U rOD-Arthur Godfrey Show-*fcsBreakfatt lives in a \'ery'small village! York-. years ago. "

..; Of course, there was a time when ec- to:be' a juvenile judge. :' 11:30-fcen la Hollywood-abe but he' has a nice< home and I! MONDAY, JULY '12, 1948-The Helen. Worden' of New, York, Let Us Help You'YPlan
; *. Mr. Alexander Show-mb. seems'fond of both children. But{ morning of this day partakes ;author, born in Denver, 42 years
;.:; clesistical leaders asserted that the sun Ketchum intimates that the bar's 1t>4$:-Serial! S& trm.-ebi l
my brother,an4 his wile, who is much of the tendency of yesterday {ago. .5
:: moved around the earth, thus giving preeminence recommendation is just a move t6 providea Aftsrn..uI2OOWelcom.. Traveler*-ab very close to me, live in my hut as the day'advances the j f Kirsten Flagstad, soprano, I, Your Floors "

:t to the world in the scheme of sinecure for arfother lawyer. Hemight 12:30-Words and Music-nba home town'and they are anxiousfor .nature becomes more gentle, I born in Norway, 53 years ago.

-: things. The development of the telescope have added that lawyers' salaries in the 1:00-Music Half flournbc2.DDoubi. .. my sixteen-year-old son to with a taste for music, in whicha S Barry Faulkner'artist born in I Free Estimate* Given ,

;i. or Nothlnr-nbo stay with them'while, he finisheshis position as leader might carry j Kene. N. H., 6T :years ago. Asphalt TC. ''
: and the study of scientists have long ago county courthouse, not counting the officeof 2.30 Queen-Serials tot for a. Day*H-br nibs.-nb. .1 i high'school work. Hu. friends great opportunities if the strainof | Russell Davenport of New Rubber TO : '

:... dissipated this idea and now: we recognize. county judge, which is a fee office. Bride and, Groom-abe ./ i etay there. Do you think that irritability is. kept under con-r[York, writer, born in South ..Cork Tile
amounts to $25,000 .Martin Block RecorcbIAUa.1IIOLa418. will be a wise thing to do? Or trol.' A'change of planetary, as- |Bethlehem. Pa., 49 years ago. Plastic Floor Til
4. that the world, for all we may think it is, a year.' .
: s:30: -The Hous Party cba ;*'. should I insist on his'living with pects would turn the musical i ;.Oscar Hammerstein librettist, Plastic Wall TOe
.. is only an infinitessimal part or a tremen- Second Honeymoon-allo us? tendency into art or other: gentle fcorn in New York, 53 years ago. I .BroadtailsCapello

dous universe. All the economic experts offer the 4:00; -Hint Hunt Qul"'*:-cbs 2 MOTHER.-Tenn. j pursuits. The day generally '. Wool Rugs
For the Luvva JJike' -abfc brings"reputation. 0 5 0.S f.S.S S 0 S.S SS. S S S S a O'.1.1I Acoustic 'I I
.... The 200-inch telescope on Palomar, farmers of the nation advice but not manyof 4.30_ -tvianer Take All-cb. Answer:" i( I. C.llings
Treasury Band Showabe5OGTr.esury I Hardwood Flooring
; Mountain in California the bright boys into farming. .I'SKiddles It seems to me that letting your",
is expected to reveal go Bjirwlstand In a good travel year, touristsin J BICYCLESi' X Formica for Sinks
Hour (nest repeals I hr. son finish out his school year I
A. many facts about the amazing and Ia4r- abc:: and mb* Canada are estimated to consume Counters. Tables
where he ha'3 been going, particularly -
6.4S: -Lura and Atincr-cbs-eut 4,000,000 pounds of Floor Sanding and
= expanding universe. For example, the astronomers David, proud papa of "Claudia's"new since he can stay with butter,some 4,000,000 cifizen eggs and i' Repaired and Rented Refinishlags .'

: will seek to discover the remnants radio son, sent the Editor a fine cigarin your brother, is a Very nice solution 18,000,000 pounds of beef. I. Stock-NEW

a: of a super nova of 1582. In other a humidor packed container. Ed will NETWORK PROGRAMS cOme to to your you on problem.the weekendsand He can I! BICYCLES TRICYCLES Gates floor Coverings
Local Tjmel For central coming out for a few days at a
:h words, a star, according to the astronomers smoke it on his first. day off.. The cigar is subtract Eastern one hour .for mountain in that way 'gradually come time and fishing and hunting he f WAGONS SCOOTERS

ie. apparently exploded in that ,year. a Florida product.: subtract t..". change two hoar.hour. '"TOf tome relay local'to to know his stsp-father better., will associate his new home with and SKATES J. L CATES
local '.c..eI...... Last minute program of that usually I
1 The Boys age are pleasant times and at least you Flooring Contractor
occurence of uch an event in included.
comparatively changes .c..t be
EACH-rOTHER rather hard to get along with and and your husband will probablybe Overseas Cycle Store 32S WHITE STREET:
rare, with only three having been JEWS FIGHT and the I I'
it takes patience tact on able to understand each other PHONE ISIS \
in ". .. ..\ MONDAY, JULY 12 of .to through- 920 Division St. Phone 1380 -----
:; seen the Milky Way "in the last one part parents come :and work together by that time. I I- -
,.lleg his period happily So as' i LOUISA. I .. .!e..... .o, "- -
." thousand years. The clash'oa 1beh< >f; Tel-Aviv youjare {r' -, .-. -.-- --
: js \ :1iMn--nbc v
I 00-iNew Report.Newscast beginning life with a new: -
::: When contracts between the ,'regnhir IsraehSAVmy\ k.very LmY-Ch&.eai4: ,. r I-t I
a star disintegrates, Network Silent l4our-abootut. ,, husband and there will be: a certain ->f Address Your Letters to:

:- or explodes, to become a super nova, itsbrightness underground Irgun Zvai Lenmi, gives'evi- 'Network Kiddles Hour Silenttt(repeat hr.))--mttf-east abc-Xekt amount of adjustment that ;i i ""LOUISA". O. BOX 532.

:? den Biddies Hour(repeat)-mbs-weit you will have to .make, it! seemsto .- Orangeburg. S. ,C. Overseas ;
cording to Dr. Nicholas 'U. e of thf let rmination of the new gov- Time nbc Transportation "
1:1 -Sports: Music ; me a good idea for you to be

::. Mayall, astronomer of Lick Observatory, ernment in.-. Palestine ,to maintain its .JO la-Muslo aly OplniOn-Cba"Ttnw-r-,3 C J able to get through with: one sit- .j . .. .. . .

; increases as much as ten million times in strength and .to show its good faith in :45-S wscast 6yiThreeW3Lo ,:" uation before you face another. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE Inc. ;
.U Tbomas (repeat ID I -cbs this will Company
In marriaga:
: ten days. The brightest reach a brilliance keeping )international agreements. '7.<*. Supper Club-nbe-buia rbs stand a greater way your chance for success TRIUMPH ,
Tbe'Lawla Sbow-<
: equal to 600,000,000 suns. If our sun turned The underground movement, after News and Commentary-aba than it would otherwise.If COFFEE Fist Dependable Freight and Express Service
Jr.-robs ,
Fulton Lewis. .
: into a super nova, the earth, the planets pledging itself 'to become a gait of the ?:1S-tews: and Comment-nb. you will pull this boy away MILL -betwMD-
from his friends and the large
= and<<1 their satellites( would he burned to regular Israeli Army and not to under- Daily)> :Commentary Dlnaer, Date--abc mba vews GChool l with its varying interests, t MIAMI and KEY WEST '

7 ><>-Van Damme Quintet-nM I IAli" ,. I
: a crisp. take an operation without approval of the : Jerry Wayne Show-cb. _, he will be at loose ends and unhappy Grocers

: There is no use being excited about high command) reorganized. i jt. elf as a Lone Henry Rana-er J-'Taylor prama-mba-abo I! '_"for a_time,_at,_least By, -.- :...B..!I_ -R_!I ._ U, W ; Also Serving ALL POINTS.ON FLORIDA KEYS' t

:- the 7:45-Kaltenbont Comment-nba. Between Miami and Key West
possibility that the sun might "ex. "political group" under the" name of the. News BroacScast-cbs I

= plode." Astronomers "Jewish Movement for FreeI Sport Comment-mb t :
assure us that the $ m. -
1:00-Cavalcad. of America-nb MIAMI BEACH ,
: chances of such an explosion are "com Under this reorganization; it opposedthe Warnow'a Inner Sanctum.Soundoff Mystery-abe-cbs WHEN IN : Express Schedules, 1

:.: fortingly close'to zero." He adds however truce entered theIaeli Tbo Falcon Adventure-mba (Ufo Stops En Route) .
intq by.; Government -
.JO-Howard Barlow Concert-nbc Enjoy The Facilities Of A CQmplete LEAVES KEY WEST I

:.: that if unrepentant sinners consider United Cabin nor Maapin B-ll Mu"iebe rwama-cba, .. SUNDAYS) at $:C3 P.M. Ar.

: an atomic bomb Nation. Gregory Hood Drama-mba rives at Miami at 12:69 o'clockMld'; 1
explosion as the "height ; partition of Paletn1and assertsit .
:tS-Billy Rose Comment.inba100Toorbets ; night.- ,
-: of the Lord's wrath," they should know' will continue -Underground. "activities Concert. Guest.bT fn. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

w that to unhallowed astronomers "the real) for*the purpose of "freeing all 'Palestine." Manro* Be Announced-cbs Whiteman Show-abe SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid

bell fire of the universe' the super nov ." Theaction of the underground' 'group ,:!*Uabriel-Xowa Hoatter.Broadcast Comment-mbs -mba ',-, ;, "., fcOO night o'clock and arrives AM. at Key West at
,:>>-Dr, L Q. Quix Snow-abo '.
challenge < --'i'f'
presents a to thfe hevtf:; Israeli: The Treasury Band-abcQuiet ....' : -; '
_-.- ., >!I : Local Schedule
Sharks in captivity at Marine Studios i government, to the United :Nations and to Please Henry lJrvmambaI..s5utn e.llCast-mbs .J.Oli L/J ,..__ .. (Steps At All intermediate: Petals)

)Iari eland, Fla., have been observed to the United States, whjc.b _Jtev jbee.n, Interested 190-Contented Concert_bcVaughn -.- _J LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT

: take their food while swimming in, a In partition i and the 1 frdce. New*Commentary Monroe SbObS-abr -- .. LOWSUMMER : '- SUNDAYS) at $:OO o'clock t'
.. ., Miami 4:09
; ; Flab and Hunt dab mba ------ A. M. and arrives at. at
normal position and not turning on their According to The New York Times,. Godwin-abe RATES o'clock P. M..
back ,according to popular belief. "Irgun Zvai Leumi, like the stern grouP. 1J nemeses-Fred Warlnr rarna&-Cbo Music-nbo I&ad.-,.North Beach Seen* Cay Tropical Fsd. S S..erk CaWaoCorkfcul LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
is i T. B* A.need-a1te Umnce Sokriu S Cabcaa club SUNDAYS) at 3:00 o'clock A.M. and
being financed mainly from this t "
country Dane Shad
arrives at Key West at 5:00
King George VI of England has order ," and the New York newspaper' does 11.-O News-Xew and.. Variety Dane Band:1 brs.--abeJtews. eb 94.NEW SURF% P.M. .

'" 'ed the Indian Imperator deleted from his not,.see how the United States ca'n fail to 11:1*-News. Dance* Variety Band to 2 1 hn.-mh,-nbe ,

various titles, for he is no longer emperor establish some ,control over the funds tZW-DamclBC CeDUDIItCI..bc.welt ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST. I FREE: PICKUP and. DELiVERY SERVICE

of Imlia. Defensor Fidei, is another portion -- being raised in forthe use in Lyman Bryson of Teachers FULL CARGO INSURANCE, I

+ of his titles to which he is not entitled violation of its own; international obligations .,I College New York, educator I EUGENE E., DEN1S1SON, BKnager MAIN. OfFlCE and: WAREHOUSE! Cor Eaten k Fraacta Sta I

C.; and should be eliminated in the interest and to the embarassmenijjf. the government CBS counselor on public affairs,,i I former Manager of the Casa Marina PHONES; .82.AND S3 ; ( '
born Valentine, Nebraska 8( -
of fact. of Israel/ l\:- x ,. J *
years'-ago ,.. j

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The Convent of Mary Immaculate like being transplanted .ta an
JESSIE GIBSON t on Division &r;t. between other world to spend an frrur

IItIUIUIIUIU1WlUlIt11I muuiujiiaiumMwiMFarewell nitQ a llllllllllilmtIIIIWHlIIUIWIUIlbl11l1l r ff Simontoirand Windsor Lane, was in the ..Museum.Faith .
wilt in 1878 by the Sisters of is priceless. They who
Party Given Cpntc/r, I Holy Name of Jesus and posses Faith are indeed wsahny..None .
Mary, a Caaadian organizationthat have more abiding Faith
Aiid Mrs. Mehi\iop By Officers had established a school' in than the Sisters of Mary Immac
ff f- Key Wiot 10 years before. The ulate. I have a profound admiration -
.. OfVnitetl States building, with its beautiful dor- and depth of feeling far
ShipGrihera .mered mansard roofs and central their superlative work.
tower is built iif native stone..
How beautifully they demonstrated -
Comdr. aNi"Mrs.. Donald in New Orleans,.as executive officer This building was enlarged in '
I their love for
,Mehlhop,. USN were given a of the naval station there. 1904. Many of the Sisters perished great Key
West when in 1925. they 'had
farewell party by the offfcers of] :The Mehlhops, with' theirdaughters while on duty as nurses durng erected on the Convent grounds,
the USS. Cubera. Sunday even. Geraldine, Patricia '
the fellow fever epidemic of
the Grotto of Oar Lady of
ing at the home of Ensign and I; and Sarah will leave tomorrow 189* .
Mrs; Ted .Hazelton, United st. [for Dexter, New Mexico, -Where rr. 'Throughout, tr 'SpanishAmcijcan : Lourdes hurricanes.No as a protector. from tropical
..Comdr. Mehlhop, who was they will spend a short vacation .m
War 'the Convent school | of has struck
commanding officer of the sub- [with his parents before report
bV-uldings, and :pe'rsanal service this Island since:-in fact no
marine Cubes will be stationed ing-to his MW'station..
: '
cf the- Sisters as nurses were storm has struck since 1919--
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'- placed at the disposal of th; and only four severe hurricanes
@ 4 United State Navy. The .build have hit the Isle in the past 100
Legion Auxiliary .?IFm Meyers.Of f- ,5V --., ing cortauu a school for %iris,! years.
t tnd it la cf interest to note that Whenever the Weather Bureau
To Give Banquet r}t To 5/iruigri. ..Ln'riUiaJn Ue Sister Superior U Sister Is-1 advises that a storm is approaching -
abet, who ,attended school there this Island, the Faithful Sis
The American Legion Auxiliary ... Meyers whose articles ss a child. I ters kneel before th3 Grotto and

will i give a banquet honoring on plants and trees of Key In the cupola museum are pray while Key Westers are
departement president, Mrs. West, have appeared from time many histories teraf:, the flag{busy battering down their homes
Nell McDonald, and district 'pre- to 'time in The Citizen is leaving cf the USS Battleship Maine and and store What a wonderful
Vide." Mrs. Myrtle Trent, at Duffy today for-Shangri La .Isle of '4iat other relics from that magnificent -I.beautiful'world this would be if

Tavern, Division street Saturday ..-. Pines.' Cuba Ship. A wonderful collectionof we all had the unfailing Faithof
July 17 at 7 p. mA i u Mr. Meyers' plans to remain tropical shell and shellfish in- The ld s\ers of The Convent?
i,dance following the banquet .on Isle of Pines until October' eluding insects and animals pre. You who read this are rich with
will be held at the American 1 to complete book. ., .. II served in alcohol. Books containing the wealth of sight "H Ye have
T.gton Home, Stock Island. .. ..JI. celebrated names dating Faith, ye.can remove mu mtailts "
.Each; member may 'bring as I. t.repauta.SARA '' back to Civil War days, yellow Visit the Sister in their in'i-

siie many-ilesivis.fReservations'guests| tq. the ,banquet are as to Intimate Glimpses'.Miss ': .' :m'; LEY'top_ ) cf with age. fill one withawe. Its seum. It will enrich your life.ikTOO'FAT .
tje';: )nstd: :.wih- Mrs Nimia Sikes Bobby Buckley, daughter CookcTille. Term. was. ejsctedyic '--- -- '

Mr re",noon; Friday,. July 16.. of Mr: arid Mrs. Dewey Buck-t ; .' president and Emily. TowersAt.Reds' ?
2ti.L Silos:fay Toe reached by telephoning ley, "506 Grinnel street accom.. : Whatley (batjem of OpxeUka.Ala. Restoring
':.891-J. or calling at'her :painedher" uncle' and .aunt Mr. 'SLIMMER
I. .. was named ,.secretary cf i Get
ho'iriir and Mrs.Alfred Jones; on'their Kremlin ..
Windsor Lane.2lif
; ... northern vacation. :the Future Homemakers of Without Dieting!
J'America at ,thcii national con- l lire a wort: mltt.IGK.J .
.Births In Mfs. Warren Welliver.., with{:'yenllori ia Kansas City. Mo. ; :MOSCOW.-(AP).-Fifteen of 1. CiURI cracrful No 6c laxal_ ;r.o.r__uPf'o fo
daughters.Gale and.. Car la, is vii-,r- ; the'old towers of the Kremlin ''FUIIS- CardyKeduanel'taayw !
fJnblic Hospitalffoffiiy iting her mother, Mrs: If.: C. | Seeks DivorceJ have been restored arid by autumn U'. wetly .a Wt
: ont\10.Jt bunrr punts you eatley
Catty, 1221 Division street. Mrs.
; an announcement says, al! -- flec RU hangr7. tbia vitamin tn.danaal
Welliverwho is the former-Ruth petition ,seeking a divorcewas candy avis your _'d.J'IU auto-
West Jklunicipal Hospital nineteen towers will have been m..ucaU 1'11\kn and la wcqiM.Al .
Rose' Galey of this city, is'now filed Saturday in the office ,
b hhs..'today; ."announced three living in' Columbia,' Missouri,- of' Circuit Court- Clerk Ross C. redone. Work is \; carried on YttWt.a'VJ.__ _U.1...- m._..--.,twat,+s..a..wUP..I....._,
where her husband is practicinglaw. Sawyer by Harold Davis at present on the Troitsky'Spa,. ..e..e..r.\ .HY..X.IooT

808 MrY'snd-'Mrs.. 'Olne'street.Harry, ..arethe.Jennings.parE -, She experts to remain here i against Bloneya Vladez Davis. kv and Nikolskaya towers: Only to loa.AYLyt,4e4.....M 9_......,\........... '---.i y
until 'the latter part of August. one- tower-the middle arsenalhas ..... add
hti of
a son... weighing sevenpounds I..etaa Dcpavlwral. -1
Subscribe to The Citzen. not yet been touched. limitE...... iii..... ..ergk....
eight ounces, this morning :
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'| Miss Margery Lange, Cleveland t ; -
-at 7:37. i- m.. = ;. ._ .
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'Mr and, Mrs. Jose Alvares, quent visitor to Key West, returned I s
CO? :.Southard. street are the' today. She has purchased -
par '. : Come in 'and the
E>ptsof'o.sixPoundejeven, ounce a home on Staples avenue see hew

daughter,. born Jut. ). 11 at'.5:16 and plans to become a perma-I '
,' nent.,resident next year. -
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t L Mr and Mrs. Ed Watson and
and Mrs Herman Holtslierga -
daughter Mary Elizabeth, who .
3J Whitehead street, are .
t ie parent of a son, Marc The- are- taying at the Ocean View : f-;: _
ddore. ,The baby was born July Hotel.have been on an.extended: I I' ; Vt. : s { __ ,r ., .;s
10 M C-6p. m., and weighed tour for: the past year. Originally -' -. .' '. 1 !\
from Canada, they :say they
'eJlht pounds three ounces... (Q ... b'
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.. Key Wes .iteresting.Paul ., : i\ "
;r't-;;. I--.n. -rand l .. ':.". '...1" .' 1 .,- ..
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..AssociationTtiHtive i! Marks, Miami attorney. DRY [ : : I /; 1
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:> who was stationed with'the U. S. vY ". < ,
LuncheonThe Navy in Key West for a' tim <
1 during the war.' spent the.week (OW 4LI j jI

Hotel Asociation will hold end here with: friends. i '

a> iuncheoii :at the South Beach
"Bunny" Bcldner has returned -
Palio, tomorrow at 12:15.l. .m.
Allen ''B 'Cleare, attorney* will. from a' business trip in' New I NO ;

D -''the, speaker'. ::., York.. K I
t The''meeting will be the first
ofthe'newly organ ed''associatioh. ,I t Ensign Hector. Davis, USN, MOVING .
.President Victor Lang announces stationed at Boca Chica. has re-
that there will centJy returned from a vacationin
a concerted PART5o' ..
effort develop' the Hotel Texas bringing with him his .
Association,- making it a militant rew bride. They are residing. 'in '. '.
: organization. which will 'at- Paul's apartments. TO i ;; : ,. b'

teihpt to bring standard hotel. -' .;,. $. i
practices to Key West Little Karen Merckey. 4 years :
From lime to time, the organization old. of Miami, is' visiting her WEAR f. !,;;
plans to have speakers grandparents, Mr.and Mr*. R. A.

from the :American Hotel Association -. Merekey, Sr., 1129 Fleming. I :
and' the. State Hotel Association street ; {
.-t" I Mrs. Cecil Workman of Longs- .

-' town'West Virginia, arrived here
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Mr. and Mrs E, P. Johnson. 615
:21A 1 Francis --.treet. .Mrs. Workman .

.. ..... ::.- ___ .: I intends to. spend. ,several. weeks .V
,iSori. to .Berkowiti** .

;1 rand Mrs. :Edwin D. Berk- &IRLYLE ROBERTS .

t 1tz. Druver, Cola. whQ fqrmer- RETURNS TO HOME 2,000,000 HAPPY ONLYSERVEL
'htsid\-'d hi Key West, are ..theprentscf.a I
: .son, Larry Wayne RECUPERATE. .
bflr 4 Jury 35- Mr.: and' Mrs. M. R Jv Carlyle: Roberts, who wa-* .
Berkbwttz,. paternal grandpar- ordered, to Municipal Hospital 4 BEST REFRIGERATORGAS COMPANY
epts, f' Key West, are' visiting two.'weeks ago for treatment ofa
iri. Denver.JDtughter. .severe ;;attack of bronchial ,INVESTMENT! SERVICE S
asthma was returned to his home S
;;Chestnuts yesterday afternoon Folks whp'Te had experience/with the Th different, simpler operation of the

A daughter.. weighing seven Under doctor's orders Mr. Send Gas Refrigerator during the war Send CM Refrigerator means depend
pounds;and 13 ounces was. born' Roberts I* not allowed to have have proved its superiority. They'll tell able. Jang-lasting performance. "
to Mr; and.Mrs. Harold Chestnut I visitors until he fully recovers you. -"It ecTcrma& a noise deeds no But should your Servel ever need

at a,,local hospital yesterday. from his illness. costly rep&in.And the new 1341 Send adjustment, you can rely on your owa
I He is sistant to City Tax CoI- is finer flan ever ,. with modern has Company or n.igkberh d dealer
Uxited States churches are leeter-Treasurer Archie Roberts streamlined beauty every Worthwhile for prompt service facilities
housed buildings valued at approximately and chairman of the 'Monroe convenience f
three and one half I County School. Board of Public ,:,

billion 'dollars: Instruction. -- Only SER VEL Gin'S You All Tlx'u- Big A /n"I' rt"S

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". Trigger release on ice tray; ..-fezihlem.ta1 grids that pop cubes out i
t J8.8 Plastic Coated shelves that resist nut ad scratches Handy egg container

; Tall bottle area .? Casr-to-clean NtwtGU'finhll! and Automatic interior ,
:. i light. ._ *. -'. f .
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Redl a sllie Wee Bake .-SIb. fish. Piece alternate laysrs of canned '
tomatoes'and bread cracker crumbs in buttered
corn .or
\.: MusbHom Soup
baking t Wt. Season with salt and pepper;
Baked.Stuffed Fish
dot with' butter. Bake covered. Usa your favoriterecipe'
Scalloped Potatoes. for scalloped potatoes and custard Cover
trs-t S Cora end Tomato Casserole potatoes. Custard removed and potatoes

\: Baked Chocolate uncovered for last itw minutes for bjowning.

Custard with Cretin Serves 6: Oren tempr tur.. WV. Tim 1-lVi hn.
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ETTAL Information for the Advertiser* j

browed Father Paul RITes. ran REGULAR ... PAY M sT .
BLACKTACB T1PB rxjrmcat for classified C.cJTu ....
famed Ettal meats Is invariably tn advance, to ,
Americans "jump about like canr Advertisements under this head regular advertisers'with ledrtr* -:
t.Will bfi Inserted in The i &t counts roar have their a 4v:.cUs4m .:
t aries in a cage. the rate-of !ea word for cla.I nts chanted. st. >,i
: The TJ-year-old, Benedictine I sertion but- the minimum charge for PtiBLlCATlOX IKAOLIN' '
sf ; monk' ought] tor know. He has the first 1. words or less is 19c To insure pobllcAtion. copy4tit
I Th rate for Mekfae Spa is Se a be In The Citizen office forrU
.. guided-,mnre, than..60,000 Ameri- word, and the minimum charge for o'clock in the moralar vt tJt.-tl
.. ,tanS.rovgh .Bavarian. mon U.. first IS words Is 4S*. of publication. t ."

.A. '1,aste.jsince April. 1945. He .haslearned
1. T tr' his slang .welL He calls. '
4 AU advertising Is accepted under the following conditions In'.tM
..., 4e all,American soldiers "GI..** Teat of error In advertisingtransient or contract. The Citizen/ wUI."...
t "When the first GIs came to responsible only for the first insertion In ClauUJed Attaertlstaga'
t UUplar AdvertUlBK for only the actual of
e ; It amount space occupiedbjr the
p y 1g' our monastery in. 1945 they behaved pan of the advertisement where.the error occurs, .J ,
: like'childish., but well- .,. tsa .r . . s ;: R '!
/ trained colts," he says. They
;' iS even jumped over the rope we HELP WANTED-MALE |
i had in front of our church altar.t
1ttH! I "Since their women. have Boys,.over $50 week..' Sell 't
shown up they've become more plates for front doots. j' )
1o1i1 Dave Dixon Box N.E.C., )
1 1 subdued. No one jumps over the '
1I rope anymore.1* Citizen., %
r The'way the Benedictine monk i
t yS I said it, you got the feeling he HELP WANTED-
__ was almost sorry for the change. I
__ : II I Bar maids and waitresses.
1 He.finds the youthful Americansa
__ r Club..Mardi Gras 92
welcome change from the more ,
\ ( f1 -,,' stolid: and slow-moving German Street, between 9 -ajti.

youngsters who study _atthe 'p.m.-,Friday. through t :
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-monastery.The .
a.CAe rox6e black-robed priest guides : ,;
d''!}f touring parties of Americans and FOR RENTFURNISHED I :

xx T'1" enjoys hit job. "Its even more :. HOUSES
s s ... t : c "<, ''. tun than teaching," Fathsf Paul : ..
... .....' ',,;jj i declares. "I gave that Up three Ne"beautifuiiy: furnished !
$ ; to\; ;ears ago I had ,td- for I'm; the ,bedroom house, $85.00 } l. '

: :;- : .. _. ._ <,,_ .. t.: ,btest English-speaking monk. '.C1l11311.R.. : .
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: t.' f (AI' Wlret>hui' ii"FKIEiM 1 Father 'Paul always .tells his ..'FOR RENT QOTTAGES. t ii ;
s F MRS. NANCY FLETCHER CHOREML pretty ,brunette daughtr I American/guests they're In :too :

1" of a U. S. career diplomat leaves court in New York after much of a- hurry. He points"to ."Furnished; new one-bedroom
r s l&er conviction on charges 'of 'loitering'fo purposes of, prostitu the beautifully painted church tagc; near beach.'Adult I -
'Siioiu; With her are her attorneys Joseph Lonardo (right and dome and .the hand-carved .mar: pnlyj=No pets-The Price j l
ble figures, "I could spend two atwr4 Realtors. .411
Herbert Rosenberg. Mrs. Choremi's father is C. Paul Fletcher '
hours describing all this, 'but O'St: *Phone.-I24: '
American consul general at Casablanca. J none of you could "waste so'much.. 4; : 1. : 's'JlY'fr ,-ri oft- : :
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..' .: ) OF CAROLE LAMJIS QUIZZEDI I He likes American "'om p .Firnis ied tge.. Adults' I :.

'. -, I 1 I "very much"* "They have such :No" i pets."_Apply, 818:<;>Ii,;
.' : ).. serious and pious faces'when sit: jlyl
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ting in church. But they clinga 1. -
"', my
;. 4> I little bit too much ;htH-, t$FGI 'RENT;AP B J l !
A. i bands, or whatever the are.j .
1 j j I When they"sit in our ,pews ind F ltiaislesd. apartment 3" j t : )

listen to m'y talk they not only \. and.bath. ,Maid, and' I
1 ,: L hold one hand but grasp both.?.: : service; linens and f! 1,
r, ,. t ee t"; furnished. Summer-rates.
I al.Hotel ,Apartments :

No Steering Wheel; .:.Post Office. .': :I ; r.;.

to d x a sR I I LOS ANGELES.-Police, stopped fcyrnished 2 1-2-room -
Everett Miller;53. for driving i :Utilities furnished. Couple I

50 miles an hour in. a ..25-mile Apply 915.: Windsor Lane. I S

rvsf ,.. zone and found that he had been 1 ;. y' :. ;
,Xli.. ez, {I doing it-without: a steering j "
; wheel; I Furnished, 'apartment. new" ;
Miller wa-s 'using a pair of pli.'. -'range/electric refrigerator,
... 1"'" ers tirn the steering shaft. Id guide: tinuous hot 'water. .' :
the car. iVboz er 215.. ; : :
He was charged with reckless ,
.- ,,. driving speeding, having faulty' JTour :;Apartments. 'Apply '
..h headlights defective, windshield 3 William. Street.- .ju I : :.
t J I stickers placed illegally on the
windshield, no registration card. Efficiency apartment.' .
and failure to observe a stop.sig T Francis. Street} 'jly :
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Small ""apartment for couple.

: \ I tHen ply. 629 William Street. .
.' Laying Bets? r;: : !
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DETROIT.-Hearing a'hen give FOR(.RENT .
REX HARRISON (left). British actor,,is ,questioned at Hollywood .1'r
a strange cackle Patrolman Rosa AND ROOMS .
by Coroner Ben Brown about the. awcide;of Screen Star Faustino investigated and found I !

I .Carole Landis. Harrison and he dined together four 'hours a book pit, numbers tickets under. The. : Stutz Hot l1.0 ;
s before her death last night. The actor apparently was .
Monday 1 her, along with an egg. Street has .efficiency- -
!tie1last: 'person to see her alive and was'the' He arrested Charles Overt l.. and-several sleeping

1 her; body. ) \- 50, who was fined $40 on a charge ,cant. ,Low weekly. or '.

y..'.. .--. ... --I of engaging: : in an illegal oecupa- .rates..' !,
tion. ,
Premature Fe';' Slogan Wins Furnished' apartment' 'hot k3

WANTED TO RENT 'Also room private bath.. A.
[.. if preferred. 209 Ann J.
1 i: Works 'E Exhibit! Mink Coat Wanted-Room with use of kitchen -. opposite police station.

1- I ISTILLWATER ; house, apartment or boardfor x
; Okla Simmy MONTREAL.-Mrs. J, H. Men- young couple and twoyearold -

j1 a,. tHioke-. fireworks merchant got nie, of Westmount will receivea girl for one or two months, Efficiency, apartment and [ id
1"' tf air his' stock 'of''fireworks $4,400 mink coat as a reward from August fifteenth. *48. Must -. bedroom apartment $.
s tyWhdays before the'Fourth. for sending in the winning slogan be clean and neat. Good ref- only. Raul's Tire Shop. 11
: :A "Wred oy at :tlu firework to' the Cancer Research So- 1 erences. Write I. I's. Paul z

: stand wiihout a knifeto cut the ciety. I Coover 831 Litchfield Wichita :
: a hfcavy string around bundle of Her slogan was "Know Cancer r Kansas. jly8-6tx ..Clean. .comfortable, airy
: firecrackers, tried lo' burn it. Today: No"Cancer Tomorrow. twin beds. Reasonable I te

s through ,with a match. i t I FOR.SALE-USED CARS, mer-'rate. 513 .
l. *Result: An explosito of all the Echo' findings show that mudat I opposite Court House. ;
fiWcrackers, Roman candles ..3ky'rockets the sea bottom is, in some : Model 1940 Ford true Apply jlyl : >i-
pinwheels and fniscellan- places 9,000 feet deep. I Perez Bros. Bakery, 1025 ..
cous fireworks in the shop. > i White Street. jun30-tf FOR SALE OR EXCH
i' Peat, bogs are formed from the
Plymouth 32' cabin cruiser sleeping i-
coupe mechanically
Subscribe to The Citizen-25c remains of countless thousandsof
modations for' four, .
d '' perfect $325.00. Good body
r wfcekly. generations of moss plants. I
and paint Jack Phone. 600. stove, sink with modern
I jly8-5tx; in cabinets, 6-cu.-ft. ice -
erator, enclosed toilet
i 1937 Chevrolet convertible coupe, swivel chairs 40-gaL
N r privately owned, new tires radio ter tanks 40-gaL gasoline z(3
new ppint Can be seen at 'newly- onstructed stern
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I Tony's Auto Body Shop 603 for fish plus' 12-foot
I Greene Street. jly8-6t Can be. seen at Craig
Boat name: Slats. Will .
1942 Oldsmobile. like new fac- ,trade for property. ne
tory paint. Can see at 705 ,Catherine St. after t.
l Windsor Lane after 5 pm. -!

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I 1942.,Buick sedan. $980.00. May SUPPLIES

I be sell at 1311 Flaglcr Ave '.'

<< jly9-7tx -green plant if:
t lawns and shrubs;. | >
lr 1941 De-Solo de luxe four-door fertilizer for flowers; t \
J 'I' sedan- Good condition new of iron for Florida
paint recently overhauled radio available Key West :

I heater,. good tires. $950.00. and .Lawn' Supply. Co. 1

I 80-1 Poinciana PL..TeL jly9-3tx 1308-R. FlemingStreet -

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t 1938 Oldsmobile convertible is;

coupe new top. Priced for Holbrook Refrigeration .
quick sale. Trailer 40 Ft domesticand commercial. : t
Taylor. _.jlylO-6tx guaranteed. tree e timat
repairs. Call T24W. t
1935 Pontiac. four tires .'
new good I \ JI
o I running condition $125.00. 830 ,I :
Johnson Street jly2-2tx -.:... ;'. .STORAGE 1

'BOUQUET FOR VIOLIN 1ST Tddi ftuhiD. : I (
receives flowers aDd thanks from Jewish displaced persons and I 1937 Pontiac radio and heater Red'Brfck'Storage Co:

ttudcnts.of' Jhe Vienna Music Academy after the aoted violinist new tires. 300.00 Apply cr. :.GommerdaL. .... Phone I ; .
4.Se *.. **-. -. u\"e'k reciUl at Vienna. .' 25-2_'PoinclanL :_ : jly124tX tx,
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Simonlon SI. : : ca1 : POOR OLD CRAIG i
Ownership-Management y09 : Nice Selection of GIFTS and f SOUVENIRS .. W E. SELL -IT-I, | 1 t-SM' ; : : -

:. of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of ,Action Toys 'for the Children : : We Will Call For tad.'DetiV., "_ WHITE STAR Service Station :
i. : SEE OUR W Years Experience'la Electrical>WoV, 'I.i' i )
.BREAKFAST.Serving 8 10 11 ; : HOSVihIG.os, Electrical AppliancesHOME i "- : I; '/CLEANFRSiMtFCOMttalJr.rPiop.- :.' J. H. 8RA1 Y. M a9M' PHONE I1UStrts :

.LUNCHEON. 1130 to 2 :. ... ......... ......_.:..:.............:..a...... :. J.LCaLJ211 Duva Street* : .. Francis nd Di.w .
:. .DlNNER. 5 to 8:30 : .. .... ..:: : ... .. .aa. : ELECTRIC 4 lt"*i9w ., 1: "<-'OlDUYAL.srBEET;: ; : -TirrTubes. Batteries Auto Accessories : :

: Tile Beat oj Steaks : .r. SUNDRY STORE i.................... ..TELEPHo.......... .: t5.5 .,..,..a,. I< SfMOBTON; STREET : !....., ..Tour.....PURE... ..OIL...and....GASOLINE........Dealer"............ 1
:.. : Short Orders.Sandwichea : : .......................' ,...........eaisis" ..... 'It.. ',"I.'...IJiinih; ; : ........................:....................
: At All Hours : 120?.DiV.S1QN ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. PRITCHARDFUNERAL .' .:\ '.. ."- tiid;Pressing'' *. ..
I ::i TJtOPICo\L..DRINKS Try Our t: .: .to' '' *;"Your Potronaga InTitod" : E E RUSSElL'S.: : f 124.H9UB; :srayicEWOMEN r: i RADIATOR. SERVICE

:. : Open Daily and Sunday. : : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : : i ap&DS i. : .:''tN\DeU-;Pkk-vpt o'! :. : NOW AVAILABLE: ,
: 8 AM. to Midnight : DRY : .Roil Cleaning Q Retiring and Q 1I
: Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : a 'tSUITS': 'for '3IEN'I : ;
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MUMFORD I and : Who Serve, Best ; :: Specializing: : '....... f .. ... ........ ...e e ee e ee.e...e..
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GOMEZ 220 DUVAL STREET : WE HAVE NEVER.. .In' 7*c-* :.** .-i'..'. .,..,.. 44.1'. .........x....:' .. .............'............................ I
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: FURNITURE' CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for WE NEVER WILL :: W omelLorn.,..., ..:.. .' J1It..":i. .: '; : :: CAROLYN SIIO..PE I
Carrier 'S S S: 720 DUVAL STREET i Air-Conditioning : v .. t : f'W
: Ambulance Service : (;1,>huanBtfsi: /* .:I a :
.:. : Jmeiiilc Furniture : -- v i 1 : ...... ... DONALD BARBER :
: for Domestic and Commercial Use \ <,, -
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'T1 E-1tE'Y'7WEST CITIZEN .' ,MONDAY, JULY. 12,, 1948

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Cincinnati Roils Defeat St.*,- .
I '>I .
Behind Five-IIit Pitching CONTEST CALLED AT I. -

;- short to first,. Valdez ;iLoiii* New York I _
Of Joe Casa! Bombers Roberts Stays END: OF 12TH; REGISTER ., was-went Qver to third. ,; How They Stand;i

Defeat SnhRon Four I I FANS Baker doubled to left center, )caistv; ;i.. From Brook-i!
11 BATS' '
AtTopOfChtss) 'and Joe Navarro hit another;;

Outfit I PIRATES' double to score Baker \o knot|! lyn Dodgers !i norSdB. terbatloM! i if I
Hitters the score. I, I f 'Baseball Leagu i I
; "A" 48 'rbc A.4s.4 pve
The Atomic. Bombers movedto f .Pirates :and the U: S. Marinesplayed In the tenth the Marines with I J NEWYORK 12 Cleveland f ('bih :,*" -y. I.. Pet''

within half a game of first.1 a 12-inning game at Municipal 'two. outs, Francis singled and } Indians and, July.the St.- Louis- Havana __._ / '_ 61 34 .642

place with a 9-1 victory over DeWitt Roberts ace hitter went to third when the ball got i Tampa _, -. 55: 37 -538t
after- --
Subron Four behind the five hit pitcher and catcher with the Stadium yesterday: away from Knowles at first,, but ; Browns split a pair of games Lakeland _._.__ ._t._.49 45 J521'.'
first-place Bob's ,noon. It was called! a tie at ths yesterday.: The Browns won the. : ,
pitching of Joe Casa yesterday.In Sport SHop Visey fanned. St. Petersburg .. .. 48 46 .511
continues to top batters in th.3Clrrs end of the 12th inning. At bat Visey hit three Rabotiii 'first, 3-2 while the Indians,. with
the nightcap, the Conchs Lemon Miami Beach .. _.__ 49 47 .510

defeated the Scorpions, 7-5. "A" Softball League thai i I 11 batters. lie: 'Chtemer and French two : the second.winning 5-0. his 13th, took West Palm Beach __.43 54 .443 j I} i |l==ij>-4jiirr
RegiSSanned : ; f
In the opener. the Bombers operates nights- at Bay iew Park- member of the 'hits each for Pirates Valdez Other American league results Miami ___ ,_._ .* 40 52 .433 ; HMiiUi- I-J _

blasted five runs in the first 'in field. ]Marines .at least once. BakerI hit. three ?{Navarro, Sutton and j I were Boston 9. Philadelphia 8,. Fort Lauderdale .'. 32 62 .310 1 j ; q ? ?
Going to bat 57 times. Robertshas Arango two. each. j I _
ning on 3 walks, two errors, and i I in the first Athletics 7 Red '- I I .
stole home far the first run for Miller Rabotin Sox rliIr !
I produced 27 safe blows and I 'In the field. : : 1
two 5.ngles, to sew up the game. 5: ntb eco)1d Baseball Leaiica
Washington i Major
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| sixth. lie ,
I has scored 23 runs for'a mark the Pirates in the : Kranlage had four cuts and 6 as- < .
They added another In the second -i I New York 4 Detroit 5 White I -
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of 473. I infield sists' and French were the stars i AMERICAN >
inning on Smtana's single f j walked, stole second, an Sox 4.National. I L fl
and Hernandez's double. Two Behind him comes Vil1aral.: al-'of out put Whim on third and he for the Marines and Domenech I 'I|I Club W. L. .Pet .
so of the Sportsmen with mark Alonzo and Valdez for the Pi-j League results were Cleveland .___ .45 28 .616 : *
walks and three hits gave the stole home. Boston 9. Philadelphia 4; Cincinnati n : ;;;, ;. : : Li I
of .. ., .600
Bombers three in the .409. .064 in the rear. rates. Philadelphia .48 32 .
fifth. more run3 Baker of the Veterans: of For- An error, a. walk and a single Score by innings: R. II. E. I, St. Louis 0; New-York New York _. _. 44 32 .579;

eign Wars, has attained an aver- by Samba Chelmer gave the Marines-. J 3. Brooklyn 2. and Chicago 1. Boston .- __. ._ _. ___!39 35 .527 :iif.Iifll.
SubRon Four tallied their Pittsburgh 0. The
age of .404 just .009 behind Roberts Leathernecks two runs In the 002 210 001 000-G 11 1 scores: Detroit _- -; 39 3T .513 .

lone run off Casa in the'sixth on but he has bat only fourth. Pirates i AMERICAN LEAGUE; Washington ._ ___.:...-34 42 ..447St. .

singles by McClure and May- 22 times. .Q000010050QO .First Game Louis ___ __.__ _2845 .334 .. -.) .-, a -. .
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nard and an infield out. Law .singled, an error.andasacrifice R. H. E. .
The' averages which include :ftoberts.. Fisher and Deakyne 51; Chicago .'._ ___d 23 4939 -
Joe Casa. ;n going the full then came'; a .single' by- heeister{ and Joe Navarro. St. Louis 351 .
games up to Tridajr July 9 andas j I NATIONAL % -
route for the Bombers fanned In the fifth Cleveland 2 5 1 | .
Visey. ,.singles by Fench
released by Official Scorckeep- Three:hase hits:; Sutton. ; !I Club- W. L.. Pet

10 and issued only one free pass. er Pedro Aguilar follow: Miller, Mumbles' and .Chelmer two-base :hits: J. Navarro 2, Baker Fannin and Moss. ; Feller'and. Boston 46 31 .597 . 6/e-3 :
Hegan. -
Santana with three singles and Player AB R H Av2. scored one tor the --Marines., ; atolen bases: Rabotin. Visey, ,.J,! Pittsburgh __n..:.._.. .33 35 33
triple., in three tries, led the Roberta, BSS 57 23 27- .473 double :the .Roberts: Baker 2. Valdez 2, Aran- .' .
Bombers Two plays by Second Game St. Louis -_--i:- _I-39 36 .520 AP New leatvres '. \ i'

at the plate.In II Baker VFW .22 6 10 .464 i I Marines! kept the. fi"ates"! from'scoring. :! >1 Co:; Sutton'sacrifice;; hits: Regis- R, H,' E,:New York' ______lv:36: '37 .493 A.BXJILT4N POBCH'that.can> be left open or screened: In *- .

the second game. Ingraham ,Arias VFW_,-.. 9 'I '4 .444 .. .'" ten -eakyne: struck out: by Register Cleveland '_______ 5 T0, ; Brooklyn __*_ .__L..35: : it .486 summer and glass-enclosed'in' winter is a feature of.this- '
doubled and Sterling singled'togive Villareal, BSS ._:62 30 26 .409 In'the ninth Knowl"watk d. '. 11. by; Roberts 3, by Fisher -1 *
r I St. Louis ..__._____ 0,3; 0*p Cincinnati .-.. 37 40 .481 : small hem with *>ig )house appeaL The porch
the Conchs a run in the I i Hancock BSS .. 38 15 14 .394 Arango singled to r :ht. Sulten\ 3:- base?"on balls: off Register 3; Philadelphia36 42" .462 opens
second on Caleros' infield hit off Roberts 7 off Fisher Uhjts: I Lemon and ,lIegan, Tipton:} from living fo m.,kitchen end once. three bedrooms. This ,
Foster S4 8 2 3 .375 tripled to deep left, and :.two Chicago __ __ 33 43 .*34 '
and Villareal's ,' Stephens, Widmat,. Biscan and is Plan SIS-B by' the Small Home Plan Servke Shaw& '
long triple. Downen V 59 14 21 .355 runs scored. 'f 9ff ,Roberts 8 in.8 innings (pitched \ oOa

The Scorpions tallied a run In Joe Mira; BSS 54 14 19 .351 Jim Register flied out, Valdec ;to.three batters ,in ,9th); umpireS Partee' : ..%: Moss."
the third when J. Garcia walked Means, VFW .46 7. 16 .347 singled and -Sutton'.ccored.-- Val- : Rodriguez, and Medina;} First-Game 1 i Florida>Inten .tion l League : ; 6.-Ala., It covers. an area ef 1256 square feet. The' ,'

stole second, and went homeon Al. Acevedo,'BSS 56 29 19 .339: des stole second",and'Dorrienech, scorer. :.'Agiiilar.-_ / ', R. H. E. Miami Beach X, Havana 1. I architects: suggest en exterior of ,frame brick veneer or:

an error. VFW 15 2 5 333. -,- -- -- -- : concrete blocks with a roof of composition shingles. Heat
Myers, : i I - Bocton: :; : ____- ._ ._ 9 13 0'Phitadeiphia West Palm Beach 4, St. Petersburg -
The Conchs picked up three Pusker. VFW 622 333 .__ 8 11 1 2.Miami. !t is two_flocr furnaces. No basement is required.

runs in' their .alf of the third on Malgrat, AD 36 6 12 .333 I Vickers Oil Drillers Dobson. Ferriss and.u Tcbbetts; i Lakeland. postpone!,I I- -- -- .'---4-... .. ---
three hits, walk and Bremmer. S4 31 6 10 322 '
a an er
I Brissie Harris. Coleman Scheib"
ror.After C. Valdez VFW 44* 16 14 .313 and Franks ci.J.rain.Fort Lauderdale at. Tampa I I!SKILLED AIRCRAFT WORKERST

scoring single runs in Hernandez.: BSS 41 12 14 .3111 J postponed rain. '" ,1 I
the fourth and fifth the Scorpions Abston, AD 55 11 17 .309 Split Second Came' J I., American League ARE

tied it up in the sixth on Casado BSS 58 22 19 303'BSS R. H. E.' New York, Washington 2 (10. !! NEEDED IN JACKSONVILLE

two errors and one out. --Bob's Sport Shop. WIN" ,FIRSt"- : I Philadelphia' .__ .. d' __ 7 10 0' innings). I I __ _: _

The Conchs came back however VFW-Veterans' of For VISITORS Boston __ _._ 561 Boston' 4. Philadelphia} 2. IT Skilled aricraft workmen arp
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in their half of the sixth eign Wars. FROM SUBRON 'DROP Fowler, Savage and Rosar, Detroit '5: Chicago A. I .mulllluwmllU mnWDDIIIIIUUQ! tIIIDI. in heavy demand at the Jacksonville : -

and won the game by scoring S4-SubRon Four. :. {: Recreation Harris, Palm, Parnell and Batts. Only james schedu \. ,I !. Naval Air Station' .as the
two runs on a walk and three AD-Adams Dairy.Miscellaneous. City
National Leag e
hits. SECOND TO ROB'SSPORT *4. 1 N.C.C.S. first step of an expansion program

Box R.ILE4 Brooklyn\ 15. New York 10. f in national defense, Jeff
scores: i W&hingtnn--------__ 9 15 f Boston 4. Philadelphia 3. 1021 Duval Street
SHOP ,Program
FIRST GAME M6st two-base hits Sands 7. 4, t. Louis 3.Chicago FORCES Knight. Jr.. manager of the Key
New Yotk __ __ 4 10 0. Cincinnati & DEFENSE I Roberts 6. Villar al.. Mira Hancock -I Vickers Oil Drillers of Miami' asterson,,, Thompson' and 4, Pittsburgh 2. PROGRAM J West office: of the Florida State

Player AB R H PO A Stenger and Downen 4 'tBaytlew Employment service, announced
split a double header Saturday SOFTBALL Efans, Early Bryne, Shea Page,
Casado, If 4 '.
Acevedo each.Most night at Bayview Park. Gumpcrt and Berra. j jt Softball LeacuesWhafs [today. %
ss 4 1 1 1 1 three-base hits Hrnan- Pik.. Night : "
I The Jacksonville office issued
Diaz, 2b _. .___ _. 00000 dez Roberts 2. .' In the first game, BrE'mmcrpitched TONIGHT EJDtroit"v Class ;'K' MONDAY ,j! ,
\ R. H. : a state-wide call for applicantsto
Santana i' e.W...L Pel 1:00: ( P.M. 11:00 PJVI.-Billiards'$ :,
2b-3b-ss 4 23 3 4 Most home runs-Villareal C :a great !for, three First GamKantor's Men's Club-
game ,. .. .. 5 10 0 '( .filt.: pain technical aircrattlmamtenancc
Roberto: ,5 1 010. 0 Roberts 3, Mira 3.,, innings and. did notallQv.:: a,. hit Shop vs. Elks Club. CJlicago .- _-_nU__.__ 480rNewhouseri Bob's Sport Shop ____ 19 1 .970 ShowerS Ping Pong: Writing'* ROOm.j' : jobs in the assembly -
Hernandez,,:3b3: :: :1 2 "O'1 :: VFW _._ ___. ;0.l0..00 '
Mdst stolen bases-Acevedo' 9, or a run. but in'the fatal fourth];; Second" Oaroe- VFW ', ra.-! Sub- ; Trucks..Troute an ,- ';-- '2:00: P.M. Softball for' l and repair department ot thee4sir
Maador rf 0 j 1 13' .350 NaVy
2 0 1 0 Valdez 7. Santana and Walker 6 i I Ron'4.i and Adams DaIry station Qualified male l ,work
he walked six, hit two and al- arid Riebe; Wight, Papish ,
Barber, cf ., 4 1 0 1 0 : SubRon 4 ___ 4 16 .200 Wives at Bayview Park. I
each. lowed two hits him 'tol I i TUESDAY I R no ers may expect to begin work
Villareal rf.2b-3b 4r 2 sending: bipson., j jf Class .on- 6:30: PM.-Boxing Class.
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the showers. "I. I i First Game-Naval -Hospitalvs 'j'j'I 7:00: P.M. Junior i Hostesses within a week after filing application. -
Last Ib l'lub- W L. Pet.
3 0 -
res. 0 8 0 '
Leading Pitchers VX-l Flyers. I LEAGUE Knight said.
Herta pitciieG 'batters. NATIONAL
Casa, p 4 0 2 0 0 fn- to two I' Elks Club _._ ..: __ m12 6 ..66'1Kantor's Meeting (3rd Monday. 'tern-
of the "These net
Best pitchers league Second Game Adams : H. E. are
and he walked one and hit one : ; Dairy R. Men's 10 9 ..525VX.l 7:00: PM.--Games. openings
- elude: and he '' Sport Shop. -.f 9 14 2. Shop porary ones bbt are in line with
was relieved by Sue Grit- ,V3.Bqb's Boston _J:------- ---- -- 7:30: PM.-Conversacion Espanol.
Totals- 37 9 10 27 7SubRo.a F1yero .. __ __ _. 9 Id .474 *
_. 0 lost the in.
10 appropriations
Hancock won; fin who was also wild:He,walked THURSDAYFirst Philadelphia .. -- -- 4 12 2 __ 8:00 PJsL-.Movies. increase
6 .3334I1ntinala1nsalllUlll1l1QltDlt1lWliilHUDIIIo
Four Roberts ____ 9 won; 1 lost two hit one and two Hi i\S arid : Game-Naval Hospitalvs. Spahn) ; HogueA' Potter and Naval Hospital n 13 8:30 P.M.__Danciruf. voted -by Congress for national
PlayerAB R II PO A Harris _. ._ .6 won 4 lost defense and the strengthening of
; he also got' the" dragline. < Kantort Men's Shop gaikeldr; Donnally, Simmons, ,
McClure 3h 4 1 2 2 1 Tynes ____n_____. 2 won; 3 lost Thomas finished the 'game, but]" .Second Game Bob's Sport Rweand Seminick. TUESDAY: I the' nation's air defenses" ,Captain -
2:00 PJ4.
Maynard, 2b 4 0 1 1 1McCenn. Griffen ._..___d. '"- 7 won; 9 lost it.was too late. 15'rur.s scored oni j'- 'Shop\ vs. SubRon 4. Doingat : -US.Navy Wives. Swimming Pool. "A. I. Malsfrom, new commanding --
Naval Base
cf 40030 Arias .____ .-____._ 1 won; 1 lost four hits, and four hit batters] R.ILE. I officer stated. .

Huffman cf 4 0- 1 1 0 O'Neil _ _. __ 2 won; 4 lost and eight walks. '_ I! JULY '16- 1 j Cincinnati< _____ ....__ I 7 1 ,the 7:30: PM.-U-Sl: Naval Hospital Job orders registered with-the
First -VX-1 ----- with
Hollbrook, rf. 3 0 0 1 0 Bremmer' ... 2 won; 11 lost The Subron four scored ,one ,Gam'.Club;!. -Flyers- ivs.Elks. St. Louis .. _..-:.-----. 010 ARMED SERVICES Red Party Croaj jointly(2nd Tuesday. Florida State Employment service -
c 30081 office include openings for
. 2 lost; '
Valdez 1 won; the first triple oy'-Fos-j and Lamanno;
tin on a Raffensberger ,
7:00 P.M U.S. Naval
Adams \
Fonte, ss 30003 Second Game--rVFW vs. Y.MCA. Hospital 25 aviation metalsmiths, 50 'general -
Peterson 0 0 0 2 1 ter a single by Downen and. Dairy. Brazle and Baker., --Jackson Square. WhItehead Entertainers to WantS (3rd aircraft mechanics, 30 aircraft

Robbins. Ib 30090 Softball Tilts two in the second, on two walks" i JULY 19-- and Southard SulIIUtlllllihllIIW1IIIIItIIIIlUIUHIIH".. Tuesday). : motor) mechanics, 20 ..aircraft -
and E.
a single by Fonte. j ;: R. H.
Vril*, p 1 0 0 0 0 First G me-Bob's,Sport Shop \ WEDNESDAY instrument mechanics
George 1 0 1 i 2 At batFoster ..hitthre safely -' .'vs.! .VFW. Chicago _____._-.--_.-: 170 1:00: P.M. 11:00: P.M..aUUuds: ,J eight radio mechanics and four
For and Fonte and Downen __ 0 2 1
; .=
one Monday9OOP.M.Dance
TonightSoftball Pittsburgh. ------
- Second Game-VX-l vs. Kan.tom' {Ping Pong Writing Room, electroplaters. Ths wage for
for the losers. For' the, 1
Totals- visitors, i Meyer and Schef f ing; Bonham : ,, John Pritch. Showers. it
1 :5 i 27 9 Men's Shop. these experienced"workers
Hamblin Shiskiri-hit "
Score by innings: R. H. E. games scheduled for in the field and Crane, Hurst doubles and i j JULY 20.-:- and Kluttz., ard and His Orchestra. 12:30 P.M. Hospital Patients'- 1$9.12 per day 'for electroplatera

Bombers 510 030 000-9 10 0 First Garne-Adams )airy "- Tuesday Fishing Party joint program, and $1.32 hour lot the other
Park per
tonight at the Bayview : Smith were the.b st- for-the vis- i .. vs. R. HJL 8:30 P.M-Little Theatre Group

SubRon 4 000 001 000-1 5 3 In the opening game, league- itors and Foster and Downen for I' SubRon *. New York __ ___...._. ____ 3 8 0 rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuffle NCCS, YMCA' Wives'and Red Cross.. '>ldlled openings.
Errors: Fonte 3 batted in Second Game Naval Hospital 1:03: P.-Navy Physical Qualified and interested personnel
; run : leading Elks Club will cross bats the locals. r .
I i iScore __ _. __. __ 2 7 0 Board on the Patio.W.dnesday '
Huffman Casado Hrnandez 2. with second-place Kantor's Men by innings RJH..E vs. Elks Club.' Brooklyn. d'n Fitness Class. \ may secure further information -
: ; Roe
Barber; Casa 2; two-base hits: I shop. Elks'are two games in the Vickers 000 15 1-16' 6 *2:[JULY:JO-.: '* '' Jansen and Campanella.Cooper: IOOP.M: ,-Fishing Party: Naval 2:00: P.M.-Navy Wives Club.. nad make application

Casado, Hernandez: threebasehit I lead and a loss will put them one SubRon 4 -. 120' '0 0.:- 3 5 .2\* First Gam SubRon 4 ya. :Ramsdell and Hospital Patients. Joint Program 6:30: P.M.-Boxing Class, through the Key West office o!

: Hernandez; stolen bases: Ace- game ahead, but if Kantor's lose Fillfyou and Crane Bremmer VJ.W. 4 YMCA. NCCS. 9:00: P.M.-Dance, Three.Sharps the Florida State Employment
;. j
vedo,. Santana 2. Barber. Villa- .they will |tie with VX-l Flyers I I Huerta, Griffen. ThomaSf. ;Powell( Second Game.-Kantor's; Miya -TODAV Y"IN HISTORY 8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Par Orchestra. Service at 314 Simonton street:
real; lift on bases: Bombers 7, ,for second place, I and Downen. i Shop ,vs. Elks ,Club.JULY23 '{Know America) ty. featuring Square Dancing Pool ,

SubRon Four 3; double plays: In the nightcap the Subron I I ,Home run:, Hanseld; two-base- !r Virginia Reels. 2:00: PM.-Seaplane Base' The average person constantly
Hernandez to Santana to Lastres,' Four and the, Vets of Foreign hits: Smith IIaxnb1inthrtebigehit ; : : : 1., first: Game-Bob's Sport.51iJp: "1690-Battle of the BoyneOrangaman's'Day. 10:1: P.M.-Wciner Roast on the Navy Wives. gives off as much heat 34 a 100-

Santana to Lastres; struck out: Wars will be fighting it 'out r : Fosters stolen bases: FQterj .. vs. Adams Dairy. I Patio, Grille 9:00: AJtl. 5:00 P.M_Sewing. watt electric bulb. This is enoughto

by Casa 10, by.Vribe 6: bases on Vets nave not, cinched second I I Downen; Smith, Grand 'str tk .- Second Ga -Naval Hospital 1808-THe Missouri Gazette Thursday Machine. Typewriter Writing evaporate one-third of a pint

balls: off Casa I, off Vribe 5; hits: ,place yet and a Joss will put the I out:' by Thomas'3,. by Ftlliyou3l; i,, vsi: vx.i'I f first issued in SU Louis: ,then a 9:00: P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- Room. Showers. of_water an hour.BOONE .

off Vribe 9 in 6 innings off Adams Dairy close'to them. JULY26- town of some 1000. ard and His Orchestra.- FRIDAY ,
bases balls off .FLHiyou 2 j .
on : ,'off
of 2
t force 2:00 P.M.-Softball for Navy
American :
George 1 in 3 *1812
innings; hitby Bremmsr 10, oft? Griffen, 1,.' off First GameNaval Hospital vs, Frtdafr
Casa Vribe t j I 000 invades Canada, in secondwar P. Pinochle and Wives at Bayview Park. PISTOL
pitcher: by ( ); losing RemembersThe i Huerta 1hit; batsmenbBreui.;-1 Kantor's Men's Shop.I. 8:30: -Bridge.
2:00 PMf Prenatal Class Department

Casa.pitcher: Vribe; winning pitcher: I mer 4, by, 'Hu'erta, : 1:, byGriff. : en l'. Second. : 'Game-SubRon 4 vs. 1870 with-By England.Act of Congress women Movies.- of Health Instructor. -' --- .. .
"Stop. Saturday
!; lime' ofgame:. 1.30; umpires: Bob's-Sport ,
1' terms as .
; same
clerks on
SECOND GAME Kiddies JULY put 8:00 P.M.-Movies.-
Scorpions Griff en and Vilareal. First Game-VX-I vs. Elks men in Government service. 10:15: P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on 9:00 A.M. 5:00: PJ&-Sewing

Player- AD R II PO A -' 1871-60 die in Orangeman'sparade the Machine, Typewriter. Writ -
WINNER. S. Club. The New -
Dak.AlthoughGeorge In the nightcap Bob's',Sp rt patio.Sunday
in NeW York City.191sGennan's ing Room. Showers.
Angueira, If 3 0 0 3 0 riot
C. McDonald better Second Game-Adams Dairy
Shop won easily by 7 to 1 'score. chancellor Target
R. Garcia, 2b 1 0 0 2 1 0:45 A.M.-Java. Club discussion SATURDAT
known as Shorty", is dead. he The visitors' lone tally came in vs.'V S.W. ;. Wilson's? speeches : 2QO P1st-Boxing Training. Air Pistol
Solomon,3b4f) 3 1 0 1 0 will not be forgotten by the children states President Gronp.11OOA.1sL"Go.*
the third on three straight hits
a Germanyto continuethe 1:00 P.M. 6:00: P.M>Dressing
force ; to CHURCH
2 1 1 2 3
of this town. .. .
hit batsman and a 'double by JUNIOR SOFTBALL Showers for Bathers. PricedTROPICAL
J, Garcia, ss-e 2 1 2 3 1nodriguez. war. Parties. 8395
He left two-fifths of his-
estate Barber gave the locals their first BayrUw .Park., Afternoon. Oklahomaand SUNDAY .
Kentucky at .
2b-p 3 0 1 0 0 to build a comInhity'play.. *l 1936 3:00: P.M.-Classical Hour selections -
run. and Morning f Federalist I A.M. Communion Break-
M. cf Georgia added to 'announced. : TRADER
Eaquinaldo 3 1 1 3 0
ground. Irr the third. a hit batsman Daily play. of States requiring aid because 9:00 P.Fellowship Hour on I fast, Whitehat-Club, U.s. Na.-
O. Esq inaldo rf 2 0 1 1 0 Shorty who owned a email I and two walks and Thompson 718 Dun St. Phone 1000
the1 val Base (2nd Sunday).
of drought the Patio. Community Singing
L.opeze.1b, 3 0 1 3 cafe, saved all the pennies he I I I threw his knee out of joint and TEils"E.yylsw : dismissed
Sanchez 1939- Thousands as Beatrice Moreno. at the 1:00: PJIL Picnic. SwimmingPool
3 0
p-3b 1 '
01 took in each
and Christ-
had retire and
year. [ to
I Filliyua' camein Park. Afternoon WPA workers go on strike. I Piano. Wiener Roast (sign up
- :
mastime he would
Totals gather up the to pitch. wad Night -1941-Russia and England 10:00 P.M.-COffee Hour. in advance).

". Conchs 26 5 718 5 children and pass out the year'stake. i I Two more'walks and two runs Dairy play. sign mutual assistance pact in G.' S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser., Information services, housing. BROADWAYCIGAR

ABRIIPOA scored. At bat, the leaders, were Moscow. 'vice Organization), every 2nd city maps. _
Player .
Mira and Barber 'who each hit aheadin
Allies forge and 4th literature library
1943-The Monday Religious
If ___ .. -
Ingraham. 4 1 1 2 0 American SKATING
The' average consumes two safely nad Crane hit two the taking of Skiliy. Game Room: .Chinese' Checkers I telephones; stamps,.wrapping and STORE
Fallen rf-cf 30000
17 pounds of butter a for the visitors. Bayview$ Park. Night .
_.___ 1945-500 American planes I chess card, pool i mailing packages railway express
Sands. s-2b 42100
: year. In the field Hurst 'and''ShIs., FRIDAY bomb Honshu Island. .Japan. j writing deaLs library curreht service laundry pick-un 610 Duval Street
Sterling, Ib ___. __.._ 31280 I
kin starred for the visitors 000.SOQ P3L
and German1 table
1946-Molotov reject I magazines, various games available to all defense forces.
J..Lews,2b-ss4 1 2 2 3 chez; two-base hits: Ingraham, ). ViUareal,, Earner Walker and Paris Council of I etc. -
unity plan as and their families. _
Griffen;' c .___ -__ 31260 Garcia; three-base hit: .Villareal: Santana for the locals. 'BASEBAtLMuWd. Foreign Ministers adjourns. J Showers tennis rackets golf MRS. EL S. COUGHLOT. COMPLETEBASEBALL

Means. 3b 30002 stolen b -3e: J. Garcia; left on Score by innings: B, It. .E.: .... Stadium. Afternoon 1947-Conference of 18 nations -' clubs fishing ,hues, cameras, Executive Secretary _._ __ 2 1 1 2 0 : bases: Scorpions 11, Conchs 9; Vickers _,;; -- 001 000 Mft 'l'j SUNDAYTo opeAs in Paris to implement -. checking service rom service, MISS HILDA CASTItLO

GLewisrf.1 0000 double play: Means to J. Lewis Bob's -__ 012) 121 x.;:z5 0 thft Marshall Plan. I mailing and, wrapping packages Secretary

Villareal, p __ 3 0 1 1 4 i to Sterling; struck out: by Vil Thompson, Filliyou Crane and be announced. I receiving messages phone booths SCORES

- lareal 6, by Sanchez 1, by Rod- Crane Hanseld; Hancock and Army Barracks. 'Afternoon Asbestos is a mineral of crJ'j j stamps, railway express service, I

Totals- 30 7 10 21 9 riguez 2; bases on balls: off Villa- Walker. SUNDAYTo staline flexible fibers, resembl-1 available. to SERVICE PERSON. Grocer SrfT.fl Thai Good
Seers by innings: R. H. E. real 4, off Sanchez 3. off Rodriguez Two-base hits: Crane. Bather be announced.; spun glass.fle 1 NEL.: j : POPULAR BRANDS of ,

Scorpions 001 112 0-5 7 4 2; hits: off Sanchez 7 in 3innmgJ. Casado: stolen base: Casado; sac esleigh Davis-Director. i STAR BRAND

Conchs _-.__ m 002 x-7 10 3 off Rodriguez 3 in 3 innings rifice hits: Fatt Villareal:'struck" pitchers: ''by Thompson 2, by most valuable animal in Gerald Finder-Program. Di Cigars and Cold .

,Errors: Sands 2, Griffen Paso, ; hit by pitcher: by Villa- out: by Thompson }!}lliro Crane J; bits: off Thompjson 2. any of the world'* zoos in 1942 rector. AiEmcAN COFFEE "

Rodriguez, Lopez. Sanchez; runs real (Paso. M. Esquinaldo); losing 2. by Hancock 2. by-Crane 1;bas off Crane 1; time":.I JO; i was a 5opound.gorilla* in Chlcao's Lillian Weaver-Secretary. and CUBAN Soft. Drinks.

batted 'in: J. Lewis, Means Ca- i pitcher: Rodriguez winning '' Doreen Cruz Information A Pound .
; es on balls! off Thompson 4. ,off umpires -Vilareal1 and 3ti1Ieh: ,Lincoln Park 'Zoo which -Try Today- "

ito Villareal. J. Garcia, San- pitcher ViUareaL Filliyou 4, off Crane 1; hit by scorer: Aguilar. was valued at $100.000I(_ Desk Aide. I '1. ..;







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You don't have to be a super- F S .

qlamor girl, carry a hat box .

full of jewelry and photograph .
like a movie star to get your !
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picture in an ad these days. To Yf .J'
illustrate a shampoo advertising -

e people have selected college \ 4s > 7w n y: ..
students as models.

The girls selected were: pick 4 Fa 3 : !

ed because of their high scholastic S '
standards popularity on ? I
the,campus and because they
have pretty hair. One group is .
comprised of Betty Rushing of :
CAI \\ repnot.)
Duke: University, Barbara Ann I
Parrot of the University of Miami J. HOWARD McGRATH. chairman of me Democratic Naticnal Committee gets acoualnted with I
Norma Peterson"of Southern the mechanical donkey symbol the party ate;, the marcue cf the Bellevue-Stratford! hotel in .'
Methodist University Feme Philadelphia. The hotel is headcruarters for the Democratic na: :'snai ccnvenJon opening: today. .
L. Hughes of the University of The mechanical donkey is designed to snort kick and: srnoie.: : I
North Carolina, Sue Rose I
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Mounce of the University of I .
Kansas, and Peggy Thompsonof ; DOUGLAS EYED BY TRUMAN CRITICS :. :
the State University of Iowa. Plane Skids
Four of the girls wear a long j T' 22i.l $ ,

bob "to please boyfriends* Peggy Into FarmerDAGSBORO ::: :, S
a very attractive girl with a I .t 3 .
hong hairdo says she wants to Del I.,-Life is not'safe f .:
be a teacher not a model but I
even in one's own farm '". '. .'
adds of course'the truth
is we
field, it ; H .
all want'New marriage York to careers"In fulfill their Grover seems.llolloway, 63-year-old I ..,, .:. : :., ." .' : I.:
farmer, was out inspecting his S ,.;. : .
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photographic assignments, the ..- .,. ,
when he heard the engine : j:
girls were thrilled to bump into I .
movie star George Murphy who of a plan sputtering.The I S"- .. .. .
is' the hotel craft crashed about: 200 : ; ,
I same they
; ffi
feet away: and skidded into ___
are at. They wanted to go to the 1101-1'
Stork Club just as "real models loway, as he sought to I
," fracturing one of his arms and -i
do But they were disappointedwhen I R g kS .

Dot as they!elaborate saw The they decor had was expected -I breaking injured.The pilot several of the ribs.plane was! also I ::_ American :printer writer patriot

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Germany ture in, has U. The S made, Military German a big establishments splash counter in- i The Weather It I Ic l diplomat. and physicist. ;: : : u. .

girls have become real: fans of t
FORECAST j k i :

Key West and Vicinity: Partly j 4,' e '.
cloudy with scattered showers 3 t' .- .
,. '
v today tonight and Tuesday. '
Moderate southeasterly winds. 9 :

r I Little Florida change: Partly in temperature.cloudy this afternoon ; A MASTER many fields, part.its proud heritage. From ,

N .1' scattered showers, tonight and afternoon: thunderstorms.and Tuesday and evening, with Few i, 1 O Benjamin Franklin served his his small Philadelphia printing -

lOn I II ..
f night and early showers APVlr. uto' '
southeast coastal morning section. OPPONENTS OF PRESIDENT TRUMAN have ,their eyes en' early apprenticeship as a shop to the giant modernS
East Gulf and Jacksonville Supreme Court :Justice William O. Douglas for the Democratic .
through moderate Florida winds Straits, east:to Gentleto south- presidential nomination. At the! .moment, Douglas is far from printer. At 16; he became the plants of today, skilled crafts- 0
Philadelphia and is roughing it at his summer. cabin near Los-
east south and most-
over portion tine Ore. Frosty, his English coker the justice{ ,he
greets as
ly southeast to south over north editor and of his have striven
portion this afternoon, tonightand approaches the cabin doer.: LasJ weekend it was,revealed thit publisher men continually 0
Douglas and Truman conferred on the presidential nomination .
Tuesday. Partly cloudy with
I widely scattered showers and I possibilities of each before Douglas went on vacation The outcome own for and perfeeI I
thunderstorms. the report says, was that Douglas agreed he .would not l newspaper. improvement
No small craft or storm warn seek the nomination. Saturday Douglas told newsmen be 'KM .
l ings have been; issued.Report. not. sought! is not seeking, and will not seek the.nomination. Franklin, American publishing tion in the technical art of

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owes (
printing printing
these automatic record changers Key West Fla. July 12, 1948 I DOUGLAS HEADQUARTERS ARE OPENED ; ?* I
decided that they like hill-billy : t .
(Observation taken at City Office,. ". :

songs especially. 8.30 A. .L EST) ,. .. .. .. .. .. u '" :', ," ; ',: .. .S

age What canteens has happened which were to,organ-teen- Highest yesterday Temperature_ .... __ 90 I t .y ..0'",: ..-,..';'.: "," . ...?1.-.."''. '. .a' .. .'.-.' ,/.': !.' I j-.; ', .".l' e'.;",.,:' :.> .., \' <<."..t.f",:.... ..., S.

ized to entertain young people Lowest last night_. -_____. _.. ._. 79 '-.... '. ., ,'> . .:l' .,1'., .
while their parents worked in Mean .__ ____ _. .84 ,!\ : h" r:-. ..' ". \ .' :
m- h .," .
defense plants? A survey by the Normal .. .. __ .... i. : 'r' ) '-,,,. 'e- .. : -./r't :-:;,.: < .....r'
Westchester (N. Y.) Youth Club PrecipitationTotal 83t '. : ,_:. ..;. ,. ;. '. J. : t. "',. ,
+ + +
Council revealed that of q
many last 24 hours ,__ .06 ; '
these canteens will break Total this month 00_ 1.16 ins. e ';l';:? .. o __ :: : .
ground for permanent homes. : :. ;
I Deficiency this month .01 in; .. ..1- '. ,
r "" ; or. ;
The kids have grown accustomed Total this year ....__. 18.85 ins. : ,..: : : I .
to their club : ,
assembling >
in .
Excess this year 388 ins. : : .
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quarters after school,,, in the I Relative Humidity s r :1
and vacations
evening during at 8tO A.M.i .

13 The to canteens 19 need set adult up for assistance youths; .i Barometer 73% l For more than thirty years THE ARTMAN PRESS has spared '

particularly in respect to guar- (Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. t
antees of rent, light, heat and I ins. 10159 mbs.
janitor: service, says the West- 'sunl -' Almanac: no effort to produce only the highest quality printing. Each

Chester recreation counselors _.... .-.. __ .__ 5:46.ajn.I
That is the only way nominal ,____
Sunset no 7:19 p.m. small lVesthe full benefit of
fees can be continued. Canteensalso Moonrise h_ ---____12:50: pm. job, large or -rec : long experiencein I
need an adult leader and Moonset .-_._._._ 0:01: a.m.L
ault volunteers, the counselors. .
Moon, first quarter June 13, the trade.
found. _, .. .;; .
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You can have twice as much TIDES I : '
fun and maybe more dates, if Tomorrow : S. I
you learn to sew You won'thave (Naval Base) .Eastern Standard Time)
to depend on Mom tryingto .
stretch her budget to include High Low' I
everything a teen-age girl needsto .2:58 a.m. 9:29 am. ARTMAN\ PRESS and business
With THE
be well-dressed. 3:23: p.m 9:17: p.m. your personal: your
Anita Roddey. 17. of Johnson r c .
City, Tenn, who won first prize .ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
f in the national" sewing contest Reference Station: Key West .0 printing requirements will be handled EXPERTLY ., SWIFTLY S
with -a gray chambray dress Time of] Height of a+t jii '
white madras stripes has a. fine SlatIODTiel. jhigh water' : _
Gahia Honda I : :=-: ... .and ECONOMICALLY. -
talent for singing and playing : ;
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She also is popular, and has numerous (bridgeOh. 10m 0.0 ft..I..I CAP WlrepBoto) S r :'fSs :. '_
friends. That's one of the No Name Key
Anita she needs a (east end) +2h 20m Ss -
I reasons well-integrated says wardrobe. Boca Chica boom.have been opened al the John Bertram hotel in Philadelphiawith '. .
Point-Oh the posting of heroic size pictures of the Supreme'' Court '
(Sandy 40m
So she sews her own.
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/ Even if brother and sister CaldesChannel justice.: Douglas has announced; publicly that he dees not seek .
young .
have stopped chewing bub- north end) _+2h 10mf 1.4 ft the nomination 'e .
be still in fora oOo ._. .
gum you may -- l

t Newest renewed gimmick barrage is of a bubbles.bubblegum NOTE(-)-: Minus a'gn: Corrections I .(Driveriiksr) iBack 1 i .ed on the seat, his paws on ihePeering The A Press
wheeL The dog rttnan I Is
which comes with a tattoo- to be subtracted i : was
alone in the truck. ;
I like drawing on the reverse side (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to
of the wrapper More than that, be added. At Police Later the police found Jtwo
i the kids mix a stick of yellow (h)-Hour. youngsters hiding nearby who
gum with a stick of blue gum (m)Minute I IDAHO FALLS, Idaho,-Fol- : admitted that they took the truck; ti '
and get a bright green. (ft)-}eeL 1 owing a.truck they,saw weaving for a drive and when they Saw .

I Radar is an abbreviated form lown' the highway, police halted ,, officers. take the approaching consequences.A left.thjt''ttogto. .. e CITIZEN 'BUILDING : PHONE 51 : of the phrase "radio direction iie. vehicle-. after considerable ef .' : : : .
end ranging. :ortexpecting' to find a drunk single train long enough:to : .
(You may writ Vivian Brown >r sleepy driver. .. carry a year's output of calla ,
In ear. of this paper about news Hambill birds nest inside'.hallow Instead when they opened the the Unitaed States 'stretch
cl your own gug.) trees. ? .- :ab door, a collie dog was perch six times around the earth; .lI.I.lI.llli.i.l'.lii.lI.lI.lI.. .l '
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PJLGE' cf 'l' ..:t THE KEY WEST CITIZEN '. .:. MONDAY, JULY.12.- 1948

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1 At :
9000 Students I Ie BoolliiU h DrafttBlll Human Rights
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University: .. Can Take It!1 1By TOMBSTONE, Arizv(AP).- +

r. t I :Epitaphs. )Boothill.! graveyard
"I here tell some of the story of
eta n. ClUmemt '
CYNTHIA LOWR7Newncatures I,early: Tombstone--the town "too
GAINESVILLE, July 1Z.Applieationfrom -
ki AI* : Writer I tough to die."

persons desiringto NEW YORK:- Tl e' mat horrible words the President, Truman gave, national -
,attend the Fall session of theUniversity in English Irnguage prominence tp the western
'of Florida must be are "housewife" and "career girL"i:(lore of the cemetery when he

made by August 15, University -I: ? 'Almost all adult women are' inevitably one or the other I! paralleled -.!Wi. White Hquse ..ef 1, iit ass -
Registrar R. S. Johnson remind- t IS tt41'I and'to; a woman we find ourselves flinching when we're accused :forts to the life., 'of cowboy

ed' 'prospective students this I :bf being one or the other. It's the words, not the jobs'we;do,1!whoie!: "1ft,.
week.: I I 4F d d. that bother U3. t Lies,oJ 8.Ck' WilliamsiHe-dossChis: t .Y<' i
Johnson said that students j tf rr ;, r s There 'are goodreasons for these reactions. They .arethe: damndesU" t. it

presently enrolled for the sum- I conditioned,reflexes Pavlov encountered when he trained.Jaun-1: Many Qhtbe.original epitathsf 1
mer session; and students who i '',r qst I gry dogs: to droolHousewives of thel men cwt: *diedAwith.their, ; i
attended the' spring session as "boots "on" ,were collected by j
well .as all new students, must' wr"ai l ".C.! "j- \ souvenir hunters before a watch I I t
.- have been the victims of an open season'sinc.before .- '
apply for re-admission by that FORMER GOV. CHAUNCEY: SPARKS-of .Aiabwna-righthad-( was kept over the groveyaML J
ft the war. Since the
end of hostilities-when the
date if they have not already emergent BoothuT first' group of graves j a
mires the donkey pin worn by Mrs. Dorothy'Vredenburgh., of need for Rosie the
went widened
done-so and desire to return to glimmering-they'Te mark the climax of the famous
the". University in 'September. Alabama secretary of the Democratic' National Committee- *s the include: the ladies who toil for a stipend in Clanton-Earp feud which ended I
the two met at convention headquarters in Philadelphia; the market place., 67
On Jhe basis of present applications : __ I with blazing gun play years
the Registrar said, over ago. The single marker reads: .

9OOOutudents) :! are expected to I I CONVENTION WRITER 1 1I S AddressSystenjijn It's got So that the mere words evoke pretty dreadful pictures -t"Tom McLowery Frank -Me-) Mrs. Franklin 1) Roosevelt Chairman of the U.N. Commission oa
be September. "Last : Cripple] l' -pictures which.have been drawn and redrawn by radio.' Lowery, Bill Clanton'Murdered "- Unman. Rights. talks with a group of students visiting .United'Nations -

year,' with, limited housing faci- lqp the movies the magazines and-here on the streets of Tombstone'. I interim_ Headquarters, during a meeting of the commission I
itfes,1* he pointed ouW "600 women ) Park particularly-psycholog- That's the quoted opinion :of Aa International Bill on Human Rights which the commission recently I
p :its, and; psychiatrists, hoping to pick up a fast dollar with a will submitted to the
students were .in attend- : ; best-seller. Clanton symphasizers- append abe next session .of toe
ance;; but we. expect to exceed ':= A 'Then there's George Johnson Economic: and Social Geneva which ia turn will refer itt
twice that many coeds in the Someone$1e.'.the" electric;' The housewife. if one takes a composite of impressions, is*' who had a sad demise. He was -'th-*General Assembly.of,the United Nations for its final approvaL
,a I lazy shilUess l .ineffective dope whoa of shirks her housework Mistake", so his .
Fill*?: 4 VJ: control box;-Qf"jthe"pubUcaddressjsystem "Hanged by or '- -- -- - -
at. JJayview Parka last: and brings up the.children badly but gives her husband a'marker reads. Other .hangings Much of the soybean oil consumed
night. It was tJ1e. cpnd',time' in tough time too. She doesn't do anything but play bridgeattend; *weren't accidental with an 1884 OOZe. And ,
in the States
W.J.Hancocklii. : I s I the last fe.w' address system has,\b6eni"crip-1, while she's crbrisk.. efficient type concerned entirely with clothes*execution Dan' Dowd, Red > Bullels": into shortening, margaripe. ,mayonnaise

:\Kyushu Japan pled _by: thq Joss6t).. ,ihC;eontrolt and community'organizations of which she is.i inevitablypresi-j Sample Bill DeLaney! Tex Binge'iANGKOX. I salad dressing. and
t } of
I IWjtb box. 't '<\tf ,. \j \ Howard and Dan Kelly. Trial; ether foods.

{ Chief Depirty'hGAff i'Moreno} dent.Now; then} the'career 'girL She's 'cold t I the. five accused of killing four t\llj.) Lalcst rcpprfs -,
-; ?; 24th Div. ..Wallace and TJepuJiy. ritf Roy. : : EO wrapped: vp townspeople' diliing'a ;holdup, I "
; : Hamlin 'igyestjgatrdthe ''-theft': ,pnd'her'aimbilon. : that..she wouldn't consider taking on a' seal condticted<<' .legally, but. mob t ; from! >a .l ger gang': partyin

tljtei.1 gyre rltieNbWIT1f .of The .box. ?Fingepi ruftsf''weret\ : ''family By her>: ery existence: die deprives men.C of:needed j jobs. JWillce.had its: say. / /forth 'Sam sound fadre and
'3. THE EIGHTH ARMY IN taken in the 'building< where the.. Sh's avery., bad.cookie, indeed' and the more'money'she's'paid, '=Died -of. Wounds<; wV orr: more like-a Hollywood script t sa

KOKliflA, Kyushu, Japan July + w? boxwas stolen;:: 7* *, V .'j''the worse she is., ., :/- ,'man' story with! "Amtitislreab3Apaches' Y writer on' a 'binge.

12>rPrivate- First Class WilfordK ... '.' I i J,don believe either ona of these indictments. Cerfainlyi "'and simply. 'Killed by jI -..Thatwas' the. party .at which
: Hancock, son of Mrs. Julia fxy aI Arrested: Police'New I' there'CIe ,some prime examples of either type the experts ''canj I I Indians" :vividly telling another!j Siamese{ ,'police wined and: ,dined

Knight 724 Eaton rear Key I .,,By i I j hold \Up; to the light. But most women whether*they are raising : Western histoty chapter. Dump-'.with} 1DOO< guests, then started
West js now .serving with the M Mi 1 : families prearranging the bosses' golf dates, are'-run-of-the-mine1[ !I Unceremoniously in his final scooting it. out with the hosts-

24th'Infantry Division. I Iliffii i )l" lot, SI:1 human' beings. And most of the working girls would swap inI t resting: ,place, "a cowboy's: cpitath I chieftains,of the 'notorious "tiger

; The ? famed ,24th, formerly C- '; .. I I their jobs anyday in exchangs for a broad pair of shoulders. !II tells of his' death: Johh B.lair. g :r'g"'01 bandits. .
known as'the"Hawaiian" Divi- i Died of small pox. Cowboy :One host was killed on thespoC
the entirerslapd x I SHANGHAI,1' ;*'J;Jtfna.-vWant. to throwed'rope: over feet ,and I But his brother ,took to anelephent's
sion; now occupies housewives neat'houses
be a ihilliotiaire j : :! 'All the I know keep'pretty their *
I him to' his off
of Kyushu, third largest, dragged grave. back and crashed
southernmost and most scenic +' Just go' to, Chinawheref- husbands, look happy and healthy. and they ue concerned 'into--the jungle 'via pachyderm.
gal'' rhutol cently one med -"dollar'"sold .with' Junior's teeth and.tho price of top round. ,
of" Japanese borne islands. 1 i I ;;Altogether tale booze'and bullets -
the j *
[ black ifI I Ii For"Think"
for 1,900000yuas( .the
i ; ,on Three Days -held to two
'"pfe-i i Hancock enlisted in the ; l .Jjinse: warm
tn1Y.-'in": October of 1947 and .ALDERMAN .DUNCAN. Associated ,I, J11ar cL. J; < V< / .> :' i I f think the whole thing is a figment of words. If we could 'I' fancy new houses the' "tigers"hadaiuiltcast -b7 --.;.--
1 Press correspondent at t I i The .legal! rate-is: 474,000 ..yuan of for ladies home and ; 15 lives 10 -
went .to, Camp Stuntman California ..' qvolve a new set tags at women al -I In Paris \ gangsters << .
*: for 'assignment overseas. Columbia. S. C. (shown above). to $1. :_ :;.k.'k I j I' work everyone would be happier. I don't think however,, that -and'' five' villagers, including -

lie 'arrived, in Japan in May of is one of five southern AP. I I : i "home; maker" and "business woman"1 are any improvem 'two- .children. Four police
1948' ahd joined the 24th Infantry writers assigned to report the Fiftythree'of tlie' highest the current ill-starred PARIS.(AP). The French were. seriously l wounded.
on ones.
''Division, where he was further Democratic: national convention peaks: m J|he' Appalachians, are Parliament has agreed: it takes- I (!
Division. in 'the Great Smokies-!: .'coyeced three days to think clearly. :About-65( peT-csnt.of deaths attributed -
to the 24th opening- in Philadelphia
.assigned EDITOR'S NOTE Miss has :
with the blue mistthat'gives the ( Lowry not only a| career' the 'PJl
.. headquarters.Prior I today.VILL. :. The assembly, resembling' to'mypertension involve
to his enlistment he at- region/ its name:.i but'runs a household.) House of Commons and the theheart-: -; (
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-- House of Representatives
t the West high I -- -------
tndjed Key > } YOU SMILE- I II ., ." ,. '- ,- .bill authorizing release of a
school' '> number of government workers. Grand fOR WINDOW NOOKS!

McKIUJP OPENS I Hopeless CaStrO The bill was passed after 32 II : Opening .Venetian blind accentuate: &..
hours of'debate and sent onto McKILLIP HARDWARE beauty of your window treat

HARDWARE, STORK; I A tooka the council: of therepublic' for i I zaeat .. limiaat. undesirableviews
kind-hearted gentleman FRANCIS STREET'Just'
.AT: 602 FRANCIS: sr. review. The council of the ref .. i ,..Wur.privK7...dUhn*
troubled friend to psychiatrist .
a : Off Southard SUrctv
bill but is
can't veto a ventilation.
Roy- L. 'McKillip,' formerly as- the other day and waited in the described as' a"rcfleclive: ,body". I Authorized Dealer ,t tI light..aad teguUto
sociaed'with; Wm. Curry Sons, reception room while the unfort- .b vJry' whose opinions on laws .passed '; ti I -
f.Qr'tl past 24 years, has announced unate. fellow was examined. by the assembly must be given : BLrV MOBILE PAINTS i -KEY WEST- (I'l
jn today's Citizen theopening In a few minutes the doctor attention.The A' Cornplel6 Line''of '
i of a hardware store at came out and. shaking his head demanded that
-assembly Paintar i 'Varnishes.Oik.'Enemds!
'602. '.Francis street, just off doubtfully whispered to the sym-' ( : 123 DUVAL STREET
S treated urgent" | .
the' bill be as .1 I
Now, Anibble'fllFiTele'wllrl.182
.s .
\ '.
Southani'streeL pathetic friend. Tm afraid thereis .J
and be- acted upon by the,councilin : CALL 1042 for Estimates
P Mr. .McKillip carries a complete no hope. the same time as the assem-
: line of paints, varnishes, "Why not, doc" he'was asked. rra bly. The'council denounced such .i .
pits apd enamels. 'He also has "Well," said the psychiatrist' "I pressure tactics and refused to 1-- --- --,

many of .the standard hardware asked your friend to lie down on think so fast A constitutionalcrisis
items the couch and relax. Then I'putout threatened. '
X McKillip.wishes to thank at the lights and told him to'talk I Finally was joint body of the 11tn EE HOTELS IN MIOO at POPULAR PRICES

'miA time the many friends and freely. But all he said was, 'i>oe; I and I,
I Decided -
organizations :
customers' who have responded when K Donald Duck comingon T.WO ?OO.I: MANY' .s two that the council could taki _' Located Intbe Heart 01 be City
,siJ<< well to his new business venTODAY'S ?'" I r I IINrAlAMtDA to reflect on "a bilt ., :,RATES WRITE or WIRE
'A 4 three days ROO1&IS
.t IJ .
would it become
; OeTOq after that
tA0.1R'fOH Y NA taix'lt Only -
7' 1: 1 SOnIe Landlord J ; : StD JOINID AT' fNE_ a; I agreed that, the council doesn't

!j'Ii'V .:.ANNIVERSARIESKnow' ..' LOS ANGELES Mrs.- -Anna' Ir aOGi N IIf. ACTORS MUST EAT have to think on Sunday.of the_If 'tor : Icrsbing Miller
intervenes as one
( America) I Hagopiah testified in court that,II r
.1814 P. Shillaber in an effort to evict her, her landlord DALE EDMONDS STAR or FOREIGN MOVIES, three days it doesn't count Halel 1 Hotel Hotel)
Benjamin ,
ACTS AS MEAD WAITER AT AOJOff IN 60 N.E. 3rd SL 226 N.E. 1st An.
:1 Padlocked her bathroom ZZ' NE. lit AT"
Boston j journalist-humorist. crea : antifriction I
''c iLI NEW YORK CITY $tTWEEn PICTURES NE The world's largest 80 Rooms IOQ Rooms
door tore the kitchen: sink from .
.tor of "Mrs. Partington." famou sthe'.! removed kitchen fix- aWIYai tATIN6 IS Ai IMPORTANT AI I bearing about the size of a Elevator Elevator 80 rooms
his born in Ports wall is used to
generation I Si ART. night-club dance floor, Solarium Nested Elevator
mouth. N. H. Died Nov. 25. 1890.\ tures .including the stove, turn- turn the fourdeckl6inch gun
181?-Henry D. Thoreau. fanv, ed off the gas and instituted a I 55 turrets on big U. S. battleships. I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
-author-naturplist, author ol f course of "force, epithets and _

"Walden," interpreter of natun:. threats, including. three law I j I
to the world born in Concord,' cults." i j a OFFICE ,dIIUtIlIlllUnmmnmnnnUn1JUlltlJtJ11r.tmmmmIltIJUIlIllUlHIII! : : { :ttRulHRJllqmnUl1K 'llIlDfJ1'' ....
Mass. Died 1)ere. May 6, 1862. i "It was all to no B'ail--6he is Roberts SUPPLIES APar'
1817-rftenry} C. Meeker 'newspaperman .. still living in the apartment with .
founder of a icoopcrative '. her twp young sons-- and is suing and EQUIPMENT 8 r 8

f colony! at'Grceley Colo... bon I i her landlord for $22,000 dam- IfS Duval Street Phone 250 UU

in Cleveland. Killed by Indians. ages.j We Take Pleasure '

Sept.1879... j t In Announcing That :' ss sa

4%. 182J-Daniel 1 R. Hill Confed,.1 NUMBER CIVILIAN I Mr. Fred Edwards 8 e
crate lieutenant-general Univcr' t .(Continued From rage One) .
city of Alabama president bon 1 1 the year just prior to the war SQUEEZE PLAYA lies Joined Our Sales Force s uto
lH York District, S. C. Ditd ol 1 emergency. I sad Will ft. Happy T* Call a
Sept 24. 1889.. | "It would appear that a half >oo Poul1D ACCOAOlON .LAYIA -$ Oa You At A ay Time rf,
1849-Sir William Osier th<< million additional civilion employees IN C".O( ABQUiMOWMIM NOI.ITA&' .. 8 y U
TUMMY **TIN .. j,18t Call 250
world-famed< physician and author should be sufficient to I T0.f7ATMNT' Hit 1 18 v 0
born at Bond Hill Canada- meet new postwar requirements LIGHT READINGI /. .
Died Del: 29, 1'19.t864George including the new military ex- s
I A ftlftlff JBKDIMfr MAftATHOM IN I.
Eastman fam d t: pansion. the foreign aid programs ; INDIANA 'WAS MALTED aT POWER CMLY0.e.
N. ,Y.. genius of th< A'I CASA CORRAL 8 .
Rochester r veterans services, etc. I / THC RCAOINftt w... CONTINUE eY TM'
Photographic industry, born a "I confident reduction ,- s
Watervillc, N. Y, Died Marcl i1: of this percentage or more could I
"Good American ,
14. 1938. be made without impairment ol '- -- .INNIN6 TO END IN 74 NOYRf.I .
any essential functions. I EUROPEAN and ,,8

More than 1,000,000 American i "The annual savings would be AMERICAN CUISINE;' 1B '_ .
work in mineral production. more than two billion dollars." ..,- (English Boiled Dinner IB'. .
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