The Key West citizen

Material Information

The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 13, 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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,1I ticket. will :\T'va: here .early I t ,
f S py: NEW 'SKIPPER_ ARRIVED*. -- -- Thursday-afternoon by airplane i rR ri *SOME SOUTHERN DELEGATES

from Naples. it was, announced I i -

I'I II ER YESTERDAY' ;' Norland I Coming today by R. Lord.County "Judge : Rayjnond' :: BARKLEY WARMS UP I II It' Sr 'TO LEAVE CONVENTION .

WILL RELIEVE CAPT.. Warren -will be met at the I I IF TRUMAN .
To Here
Hospital Me.cham Fjeld by a number of
t police escorU He will rezistcr;: at SRr Tai- .....ia/M P.....
of -Couidr.: ;om: U. Morlahd} '
Command the USS Howard
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.executive office 'ot 13
r submarine, former- the July =
Gilmore, big tender JcviU be'giWn a dinner'at-the,
which is stationed at Key WestNaval : Key West, Flat SonarSchwi." La Concha -by prominent Key ? Senator Alben Barkley of Ken
e ,Station: Is? scheduled to who was"seriously injured in -an tucky. when pinned down to-
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auts>mobilo accident at Charleston -
change shortly :it was announo'cdtoday S. C_ more than a month efZv At 8 p. m_: he i scheduled to t't. day as to whether or not he will
bythe-KeyWesi NavalBa.c.e. tree make a.speech-in Bavview Park! accept the nomination for vice
.has received-orders <: *i-tnr :
; If the weather is bad the speech f r :
Naval- H
him to the pi\al'liere: t.f president on the Demoratic ticket
i CapU C. O. Triebcl USN, who ,
will be delivered at Key .
:y1 raaM for Turther'tteatinehtCould. just "
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has--commanded Uie-.Gil.morc for f h'm c .+
i Hich.School auditorium > fa, ,
is :
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i several months, will succeed-,' Moftarid presentin : is accompanied HvjFranlc F r M K 'At, i'F Some of his doge friends said
Chadcst Warren ,
the t9.Il', N va1. Ilospi-(
jed by;Captain-G.'Hi:: Wales USN.. ", "" '. S. WrizM! whq was thetcandidate's ; x w that'remark was due to SenatorHartley's
ta\-\ :::. "
\ arrived .here yesterday.; ; | state campaign man- feeling that he should
In fprep3ratiori --for. the.change''1 I' .. \ '
,ana Jim Laodon assistant
fr .'f>f not commit: himself about the
Triebcl ,;
'IJ of command. Captain '
n J will take the .Gilmprer! out tomorrow -'j 1 r-rrtzil'Pii h ,' ;- manager.' r f nomination while_ he is temporary -
is v on a training cruise and', ft chairman .the' conven,

..; C.\?"\\lp-lvt' I shovtr peculiarities Capt.i 'W of les"the the"big;operating vessel. !.1 1 1.1i l- -, Jungle .Pro)jccl t tr.IC3DgJANEIO Nationalistsj t fI tion. he"They will, added accept that, afle undoubtedly *! he ii-,

JAMES: ROOSEVELT (center). oldest son tjf the lite'President i It''is belieVed the Gilmorewiltspend.about'24 '
hours"at sea. She }\ (iit''1Alxalttwo I j or Cltlnn GIve I: r wA Y, succeeded- tjjr the permanentchairman .
Franklin D.. Roosevelt shakes hands with the-California delegation r? 4 '
into Na- 'hundred <
: will put back Key West. ,'ywung men. who :
chairman. John F. Shelley. a> tho'Californiansrivvd, I val; Station i after ,the:! training graduated from a government 1 Peasants Almost all of the leaders are
in Philadelphia for the Democratic national convention. At .cruise. -. school"for ''poor and ,abandoned| agreed >that 'SCnatof Barkley: is
l left b Mrs. Ed. H.'Heller. California national ..committeewoman.The 'Capt."'Triebet isr scheduled .to children' ".in:settle in the- wild } I T,3 Ey not only .fitted for th<; positionbut

sign; were carried by 'a welcoming ,delegation! .Shortly take .over romrn nf!- of Submarine regions: of Central Brazil.. The l SIAM, China.- ')-The gov- 3 "er c it also qualified as an expe-
after his arrival an attempt to'unseat.Roosevelt nom. ,the del- Squadron 8,, with-headquar- .government 'is:planning<'ov- :Jernment i is- trying; to. win the rienced campaigner. If the Dm
gation failed. tcrs,at New London. Conn.' Te. ocr the rich .j junfile.lands.! .J } Those j support of the peasants in its ocrats' lose November, it was

-- _, expects to leave Key' West ,who will l go as emigrants from 'fight against the Communists ,. explained! that no. other Demo
Thursday cnroute to New Lon Rio "de ,Janeiro will begin' new this section of northern China. Ii crat is as able Vs Barkley to keep

,don. life, there :as, farmers. I' The peasant. appear to' be the party together for the suc-
WorthkgsCheck.t -- skeptical. They ask why the ceeding four years.
I J DEMANDS) CIVIL: RIGHTS 'PLANKAP, governmentwhich has been f : 1 1fT .5 ', Barjciey.who is'70--looked dap.

fighting, 'a, ,civil war for two : I'I. per today despite the warmth in
t 1 years,*, hasn't done this 'before.:i Philadelphia.; Friends remarkedthat
Passer Arraigned Mai. Gen Chang Ming, deputy iI : be does not look older thana
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,; director of. the Ministry of National .....' .. manor 50. His keynote( addrcj
L 1 defense said he couldnt! ,, --. last night'we ; delivered: in a tune
answer that question "National- I. r < that befitted the time and the

.: Criminal Court El 1st troops: 'used to carry their I _.__ "S--" --r -_ ..", .. -- a ,subject he -was 'tfcating.
*own rations," Chang said. : lAP.r."Ii". .' F 1 l'Aftct', Barkley bad: ( ,made the
'.'I.. -. 4 1"When they ran.short they took I .,I'remark..- **I Just donnow". he
SEN.ALBEN W. BARKLEY of Kentucky. temporary chairman '
Z Mood from the peasants often I by a group of
; I.. E. bTosrvoi'F' PLACED was surrounded
that open:
of the Democratic national convention
for ,i it- From I and-.kynotcr assertive
I r j3'r aI. t Without r>paying now leaders including the
'FIRED) ON i IN COUNTY JAIL FOR Ae tw they will.get their food'fr011\ I ed yesterday' tak'"'-practice swing with the gavel at Philadelphia .,.Frank Hague of New Jersey, and
:c' i .. iA ion. peasants'and pay fee it." J convention hall as he warmed Up" for the open the livewire td, Flynn of Thndeclared

WtI\"j.\IUs.TJI; \ : 111. I. : -t several vittaes-thc 'pcasYa r..ln'aEsslon.. .:,- -" c'.J.- -; .... -.i, New--, "' .....,_' t."u
.. T rel'ged'ito pni'' kje r' = : .. :: : *"
4 ? ,12 __ ;: Y,6u. Just |wyc( to ae-
$10.00 l' ; I the 4npopatempt ',with water. No at' 1 cepi l Senator; th< party, needs
w '' :t: was:'madeto force ..thenvAt ESTIMATED yeiiy :and- we know that you
Entering'flea of' guilty:to a" other village]' .the..peasant lr. have abandoned your personalinterests

charge .passing::: ,a :worthless grumbled loudly .when asked for : frequently for yqur

check for '$10 to' Frank Johnson. {.water and food. When they were J party's sake." _
Jr., 'L., E. 'Stpskopf was sentenced paid for-Jt- they appeared bewil- AM&ONT OF CIVILIANS'ifiLLION It'was said later by a close
dered. -The" government:: also Is friend of Barkley that he will
to rtmaln in (County'Jail;uny I using'. Jan' ,effective method, of accept but wlil. not enter into a
til net- ''Tupsdajr by 'JuxJgc praising the, peasants; SALARIES floor fight for the nomination.
Thomas ,D. Caio bf Criminal'court I "Without.the help of the peatants L GOVERNMENT The Civil Rights program of
e this, fnorning, ,"v ; ," ,says General Chang. wc. u--! -' .. the platform committee H still
1 can't beat the Communists even >. the! hot.potato at the convention
The judge told Staskopf[ thatif Thj iVAVhai They WilM .
with American help. Cecil Smith the"( leader of the
; he returped! the ;;$10,Jq.) 'Johnson I .. REUNITED, Tennessee delegation, said h*.
'T'1. Qr;; ;tJid. .- F! ,
the' .: n sI .
.by next Tuesday .:sentence ---:.....---'-- had a Civil Rights!; plahk that
hewould: receiv? would .. =yv Il\IrS 1\ : Hattie: Bright t tI I* ij ur. 1919, Senator r-T- he, will submit to the platform
'be. much' lighter.- Johnson.said anjt' r I t conuniitee. Asked what was it-

that worthless'StqeKbpf' :checks had on, :passed him(, two but I Died This MorniiigMrs. \ ,I :.:..!l 1ynt\. : )-Stys;, .a F -.5 S'ttw i I nature for ,state, he rights said that in 'all it ,provided domestic

it I : ._ t i 4;IM.|*;e:The 1Uxr/| 1 y affairs. He stated that he, all
,J etAP that his wife had, paid thc face --- ----- -- UUeubvto* I .. Hattie Bright: t. 73 died WAsHINGTON July 13.-Senator -w the Tennessee delegation and

I i I value of the'check. He said-Stas- I this morning iu the residence! of : Harry- : F. Byrd, who for a practically all delegates from
;kop "had made no effort to,"pay MAYOR HUBERT .H. HUMPHREY.. -. Oef t\V of, Minneapolis. her daughter, 1208 Virginia 1 decade, has kept a close watch the South were fit oily opposedto

him the money on the .check Mionw who Saturday threatened to raise.a.fight on the.conven street. on the federal government's .,! the federal government's
\VZrepUvloi I'i passed this time. I tion floor when Democrats convened:! Monday unless the parry Funeral services under the direction ',ever-growing payrolls, says that meddling in strictly domestic af-
platform includes: President Truman'si civil rights program explains -of- Pritchard Funeral' $7 ,billion will be. paid by Uncle fairs in any state.
JOHN J. MacDONALD: (above). r Forest Oscar Bye of Marathon his position to his father. Hubert H} Humphrey Sr. who Home; will be announced later. San in !salaries during ins 1949 He was asked further what
U. S. Consul General in Jerusalem arrested by State Highway Pa-I Father Mrs. Bright is- survived by : fiscal the Tennessee
I is a member of the South Dakota delegation. and son "year. He released today delegation intended
was shot at Friday bya trolman Wiliam Stevens on a. discuss.the question in a hotel room in Philadelphia. two sons, Frank Curry of Key the following statement about to do if the Truman Civil
sniper who missed. accordingto charge of public .. West and John B. Bright of. the' post of civilian employment : Rights program was recommended
a delayed report from the I entered a plea of guilty before fined SCUFFLE AFTER TRAFFIC: MISHAP Tampa: two daughters, Mrs. ,,by*.the United ;>tate'government: : ., for adoption in tis entirety
and he was
Jewish-held section of the city. Judge Caro : Leo Thompson and Mrs. H. S-_ 'Agencies had.. funds for tOUiIvrtlge' add replied that Southern
the courtHarold
MacDonald recently succeeded $25 ahd costs E.. Clements by charged r- __--S'; Hondricks! ; two sisters Mes. Ida. employment of 2,012,003: ; delegates ll fight it on the
Thomas C. Wasson. who was I I motor vehicle: ]i iI I, Roberts and: Mix* John Rogers, employees in fiscal year 1948 tI floor of the convention and thatif
with a t k ,
killed by a sniper early in the j: operating driver's license was Tampa ten grandchildren ending June 30, 1948. it is approved over their pro
fighting in the Holy Cily. I I fined without the a:costs when he'explained -j I' tea great,.grandchildren. The 1948 average will be exceeded tests many of them will leave
by at least a iiundred the convention halL
I that he had a Navy licens 'I thousand .in, fiscal year 1943 beginning i Other reports said that Mississippi
for driving cars Resurface OneBlock
Divorce which was t July 1. 1943.:: At peaks, ,' with its 22 delegates will
Largest State; The Judge
in New York
; I upwards "of 21-4 million employees withdraw from the conventionif
explained the Florida laws required -
Settlement In everyone to have a rivers l Of WillieThe may be on the federal Truman (is nominated. All (IfAlabama'
license. Clement said' h? payrolls. 29 delegates are opposed -
to'pet away. city lias just completed "At average pay of $3,340 per -to Truman..and 14 of them
t was going one j
Court John Pentalis another Navy resurfacing one block of White employe payrolloXpenditures said they will leave the conven-
IlisloryRENO. I
I. 'was fined $5 and costs. on I. street between Eaton and Flem- will execeed 7 billion dollars in tion if Truman gets the nomination -
same charge. I 4 : t ; ,tk ing streets and the stretch will the,coming: year. v'i' .
Mrs. Evelyn Lehman 4z. "These personnel and cost for
Hugh Slogan also arrest d f\r be opened to traffic to see low Spokesman Texas Georgia
in tier divorce from-AJ1an S. Lehman without I }:.e the resurfaced .section holds up. I figures 'jcompare: with the prewar ; and Tennessee said they would
driving license
N. Y., banker won what fined' $5 and casts a was The work was done under the emergency s vote against the nomination of
was probably the largest: divorce I .direction of City ',Mlilnaer:; RalphD. } 1939 as-follow.: Total personnel R-,---' Truman.
histoQ"-$3.,. I IL in. that,year averaged 925.000;
settlement in Reno I D. Spalding who is experiment tAF wanDlnlo' Senator Pepper's announced
;;oo oo9-. 1 L Bus. Passengers I II i i ing with. the tar-oil the qty reT average'pay was $2,000 per em- candidacy for the presidential
1 R + S Reentry, purchased from the Key I ployee; annual payroll costs totaled QUEENIE a tbree-year old nomination has pretty well petered
; st ',Gas less than 2 billion dollars of broken heart out. he still asserted
J'West Company. Ceolie dying a Though -
Buried Alive, I Shaken. By Crash\ I Different mixtures of the oil -"A conservative line comparison because she was left behind is he was in the running, he
; & is being of'the: estimated personnel received little
t 'I Ii uaed,- on different I encouragement:
1 satiation for fiscal 1949! embraced by her master. Benjamin -
But Rescued\ Severalpassengers on Key t.reeli. Official hope, to,...woirk year side from the delegates from
West Transit Company bus were out a 'uniform' Juncture-for' use with actual.' 'figures for fiscalyear Schneider. 17. as tho animal Florida whom he,control

:"OMAHA. Neb.-Donald Coop J'I shaken at 6 p. m, last night when c I I on air.stretsjnf: peed of repair. Number.1933 follows civilian: employees. arrived in Los Angeles. ----- -
\ f He 'brakes locked and the vchi-
er.- 22, was buried alive by some J f and i personal.service costs: for the Saturday by plane from Brook
:30 tons of dirt i de pole,crashed' in through a telephone fisQInT. 1349 'estimated). %.- lyn. Schneider came to Los FOR SALE-
Frarirtic efforts t>f fellow worker Flagler avenue near 100,000; :(cost $7,000,000,00; 1939 Angeles 'five months ago. and
cleared the five feet of 'dirt i,the One MacArthur is section. : Eat Drink ,and Be)Merry: cruan.. ':323.000; cost. $$1,850.000.- doctors said the dogs only 1942 Chevrolet
woman .reported to
that' covered him and Cooper ; "have a bruised arm. but .none of And don't be afraid weTl short- 000.: Increase, employees. 1.175.-' chance of recovery was to follow .

emerged-with his only. apparent the 20 other passengers was in- chang'you out' of pout B on y- 000;. increase cost, $5450,000.000. FORD()n SEDAN
injury broken"finge ,
a jured. ''':'\ ', as lone 'as -we. can figure some
z I! .,. :.\... _. other way to get hUt! him.PUSTER 1941 Ford Coupe
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. PAGE TWO Lit '''tt.$' ) THE KEY 37EST .CITIZEN TUESDAY: ,.JULY 13, 1948
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commentator' heard
L. P. ARTMAM. Owner "r..I" Every news we
NORMAN D. ART3UX. Bt.1__ .....- Watches !jNZUCHATEL m n I I'n 4l'TMR-lt-'Prdbct.4et.r ...nv. .!'Seen.THE It rOTXTYJIIIKFV *. 141IV

From The Cltlaen Balldtna discussing Senator Pepper.s.anno.1Jnee- MOYROR rorTY.VMIKIDA. .

Only Corn.r IMUljr Newspaper Greene and la Ann Key Strreta We.t and ment that he is a candidate. for the 'Democratic ( ). Demand, Switzerland.still exceeds-T TAP i I By Florence I Theel re: Ksi_ie. n of WARATR.In .

Monroe County: Presidential nomination, recalled I production the Swiss Watch A* Newtfeetue* JESTS !t.t'f"HJlZo'ea!' ) .

entered at Key: West Florida. .. second elaas matter. that, reeently he was chummy with that Manufacturers Association re I I T. All Creditors and Pernonm

I But the association Chapter 13 dith was a Nary tarpenter. Makin'] was hurrying across the vegetable lISting Claims or IVm_ndsAgain
entitled to political wildcatter. Henry Wallace, and S tables and chairs out of that lumber patch. He came into the studio ** Said-' Ealate.Sms
Associated Press U excluaUely
The against dr wing hasty, over-op I CAROLA W3 at the McLaneps e>.4 rack ..( y_ are Wretty
for reproduction of all news dispatcher credited should be right down his his dar face wreathed smUes.
are voiced a good compliments about notified and required to present any
and many 1 timistic conclusions for the fu- boarding house when Bert arid "
t-j It or not otherwise credited la Ihia paper alley. "Your mother she tell me about claim and d..malH'l"bl' <'h you or
'tlao the local aewa published here. Joe Stalin and communistic cohorts. ture. [ his mother returned to Los An- "Phil's on the way'here now" everyth ig," he said with Latin r either -of y..*. may have agalnM the

SUBSCHIITIOX RATES The Citizen ctyubls ,!'t 'Pejxper even ........................1 geles that afternoon. He was. in over Bert in said.his Pete's car." bringing him fervor. "All my life I want to cook : entJteef late of *aid. Jest County Kanrhe, to the. dereaned.Crtunty

One Six llonthsThree Tear _ _- _ 11Leo 1.00 appeals to a majeiity: ;;oIfHbe FJvHdents in fact reclining fttBert's daybedin It wasn't long before the tram- in be my the own boss place-with nobody 144 0" '.Monroe ..County FlorIda
1.15 ; Radio the garage. but he to but me. How about at H*> mffW-e In Iii rowrt bavae. fir
Uonthan Programs I pet player and guitarist arrived. you let me put some in- 9taV" OMBty 'at Mey WML. Florida,
quickly. hand out- money
1.0* the sprang up
.' '.tl1' ..ISADVERTISING any southern (state.' Assuming': he, gets stretched in welcome. Pink-cheeked Phillip said, be partners in thees restaurant wlthlaasgbt: calendar nvnatlm from
> 4kly f
RATES nomination at a ,rump OJiV f.nYjfcJpJpf( bolting l !.....0... ...S 0.S.......1 "Eddy and I were gabbin about Shoot"You've it to got us us quick going.!" Bertie. down there?* this the ttere ajAttr.W the JCaH first claim publication fir demand of

jes' this minute" he said in Tony you Just read my mind, ball be t. writing, and hall state
.; Made Known ou Application southern 'delegates. ''opposing1' PresI- you Pete thin. and sallow and a
Bert the plat* of residence sad poet "f
his drawling Southern voice. "An'here thumped him on the shoul-:
; Daytime Summary chronic wet-blanket said. "You flee aMremi nt tbe elatmaat. and
Truman *
dent theDemocratieUicket der. "You're"
SPECIAL KUTICK the just the
bust.right in. man we
you set thing here and hall he sworn to by the rtaimaot
get us on
All readlnc notices, card of thank.. resolution Selected program a* listed btktw qne need. Well work '
out a deal. and
ft reepect. obituarynotices, poma. etc, will btranced latter, so we >l"lievr.will: t$carrji'every; state are braatfcatt at the tarn tune Eddy eyed his' y6unger brother right away you switch to some- I have hunch big ageat. er his attorney and any
.. for at the rat. of 1ft cent. a line. : ** tnrouglt Friday. Eastern local anxiously. 'What. brings'you homeso thing .different." a you'll jet a pretty even lahn *r demand not ** filed
i in the South. 1 : -' time. For central subtract he/ur swell return on your investment." shall be TAid.
Notice. for entertainment by churches from whichA ; one ,: soon kid? "And what a difference!" Eddy ... SANCHEZ.An
flUtS .
revenue I. to be derived i cents all... i for meuntam subtract two ur ( d>
are I will entertain the I
If Truman is not {"presidlbntial Bert drew them customer, Administrator *f tM Estate, of
The Citizen la an jopen forum and iavltss ...- l tim together, an said.And also with beautiful "
...,.....n of public Issues and subject of local or : I arm on each of.their shoulders."A Bert explained it all again Italian arias Jeess S.adws. dec-a.W4I.
.. general Interest, but It will not publisb anonymous ber, as many leading D'emQ f t .hn.'e declared JULY 12 THROUGH JULY 16 I wonderful money-making pro- enthusiastically :.Tony beamed. .l.R22-2J1y5-12.t41;
(.ominunlcatlobs. S Phil who had been sleeping "in your chef hat and apron" ;
the bunchof
Pepper also does not measure up Convention Free rants position Phil
The Aivarado Merry- diningroom sofa at his brother'shouse laughed. "Boy.-you'll be a : :"a71f5E or APPI.1AT1O1ERR
to those requirements. Neither does Pep Full. schedule convention ef the at Democratic Philadelphia national is. I Makers are going; to play at a said,."You mean there's a knockout! I Tt BEEt
< ..
aceo'rd bong carried by' all feur netwerks this new night-club." .. bunch of bedrooms that weren't "So rm eliminated am I?" Mnt News Sill IMSXOT1CK

per's political philosophy with the week from sessions Mendayen. BetH day and "Well Til be darned! Eddy burned-all furnished-ready to MeLane stood in the doorway, Adam lit HEREBY, the hld;iVEM.tbatGeorre r of the

( ) sentiments of a vast majority of voters in tion night te specie! prof ge en ram the*. scid in infinite relict move into right now?" smiling at them alL following certificate, ban flic* bald;
MEMBER l! 1948 Exact time were net listed aealhe'' "The niftiest 'servants' quarters''' "Of course not. Morn,, if you I eertlflraie for a las deed I. be in-
rte United States.; Pepper inclines too far networks in their advance Carolina looked at Bert affec- I anybody ever saw. Everything'sthere want to come. We only thoughtyou'd ned tbereon. The certificate number -
se programs a. given here with are tionately. ".7eslike ,in the air and year .f Ixonanre, the dAcrlpttaa .-
except maybe a coupla extra have to stay and run .
to the left.: It was for thaCieisotithat he lees t. natantansCus change foe Just let you get separated Hunts of tile pre f rty. anH the
the regular sessions and ether broad. I corps. blankets. here. I name in whlcb it was a* ee4l areas
extolled Henry Wallace ;up $JO'-- ,thq time casts. from the unit a' litUe while and "But what about restaurant "Yes. IT! have to stay.:Bat rIA folI'ws:

that he became so radical *s to attract ; ', you come back" with' a bunch o'huts" equipment Pete wanted to going back; with you for the rest ('..nlf..1e.5e. 241.
Tear a-I "" 1,0*
Morning \ know, "Who's got' any dough forthat ol my vacation, if Tony will carryon I i T'enrriptlon :f -n : $aMdeto <
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST hordes of communists to fjia'ranks. Quick I ':Honeymoon. In N. T.-nbaBreakfast "Spill to us. Bertram. What's ?* a little while longer. 1 want to r ?!I tOg Pin Key. Plat K .r>kI.

how I Clubabc0:15Barnyard' thedealV'Bert "No equipment's necessary, take measurements for draper Pace *i. ft.H ,: Lola I ft !.
.. see was blowing.. Pepper Follies-cbs dropped into an armchair, Pete. Everything's restaurant ies-" SenZi, T.a. U, K. ti. L I.T.

11oo announced that he no l longer 'agreed with 10:00-Fred Ozark: Valley Waring Folks Show: mbs-nbo raised his feetaponthe leather scale already-a huge stove, and .Berl swept an arm around her."Lola I ttiaare In Monroe f* JZ-IM County).RerordikTfame Aa recorded

6... } Music For You.-cbs i hassock.: He told them. glowingly refrigerator-pots and pans." : you're a peach! Well need Int wkirb assessed:
1. More Hotels and Apartments. many of the. views expressed by Wallace. My-Story Drama abe aboutthe: fire-wrecked Van Cleef "I'm willing to go' downand a woman's touch to make the :Mi..nael Vincent Cravall.

2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. A similar ''round-about-face: 'per- 1 '10:30. Sine-.Along-Hour of SerlAis! :nfc ,;t. I hacienda'seven miles from Palm look it over," Pete conceded. place attractive. I I All I of said::rty being M theCovBty

=- 3. Airports-Land and Sea. f sajrU: With Jlosfc I -mtafji.If, I Springs; about the new lumber on ."Playing in a place like Palm S "Make\ what place attractive*. ef M< Slate .1 Florida.
formed. by Pepper in his. .admiration of I that he Springs would sure put the A1- Paul demanded, coming in. L'aiesa nwh certificate! or rRtU-
4. Consolidation of County and 11:W-Arthur Godfrey SheWcbsCreakfa the" grounds could-buy at .. leSter shall be redeemed according
:or. Russia., Gromyko, chief Russian representative r. in Mollywoid-abc cost.-to make repairs and dining-. varado Merry-Makers the Everybody told him at once. (to law the property deneribed in
: City Governments. 11:10-Ben'Alexander ghowmb room furniture.' .map," Phil said ... _. They sure were ,sold! : wh. certificate or certtflcalen" will
;. 5. Community Auditorium. became so foul and vindicative in '11.t4i-..Serials.! I% hrs.-<:ba "You mean you're going to own Sounds, like a good thing* I Ue sold tn the hIghest ndMer al the
I cwort house doer e>n tfirst"' Mont -
.... his denunciation of the United' States and i S Afterneen the place?"- THEN Eddy, who had been very Paul said finally. t da,. In month nt Aaru, tW. which
12:0*Wetconie.: .TraTelr_alia "The business yes-why not? suddenly flooded "Then you'll come down withus i* the 2nd day of August 1UI.
its people; in- one. of hia'; addresses. before I2JO-Words urflfcMusit-nbo Well house the whole scheme with ice water. ?" Bert asked eagerly. I Dated this list day of June. 1948.
1OO-Music Hal) Hour-nbc "rent the for just a "It'd be wonderful for us,-- but 'Paul stuffed kid gloves into his (1'IP.\f.' Ron C Sawyor .
the United Nations
I not even ,. a Pepper song. ('J..rk..f'Ir..uit Court ofMonroe
MONOGRAPH 2KK>-Double or Nothing'-nbo what about Mom? We cotlIctn"task smart new topcoat. "No. I'm t .
.. could longer speak favorably about th e Queen tror a Day-mbs And as they listened with enthusiastic her to'give'up a sure. thing afraid you'll) have to count me .S Jun-Jy'-U"UfS County Florida.OTICR

= Claude Pepper 2:30-Serials for 3',i hrs.-nbo interest he unfolded his here for a gamble with us down out. I couldn't throw over my job
Soviet Union. Bride and Groom-abc carefully prepared plan for a tea- there." now. Besides he looked at Bert t
S Martin Block Records-mbsSAO TO n FIIITOIIProttale
; Philadelphia, Pa. Pepper is not an acceptable l candidate -Ladles Ce Seated-aboSJO room and nightclub which might "I guess you're right there: Eddy with a queer expressionsome nu Act So,. lit. IA)
: : not only solve their rehabilitation ," Bert said, suddenly deflated" body's: got to keep the home fires IV TilE tutu? OF Tilt CO! >TVI
: cbs
-Th House Party -
Dear : for president on the Democratic tick Second Honeymoon-abe problem but he secretly hoped "Mom hasn't been at all keen burring." I iMin.. wo\KOh rot 'TV.. FI.O-'

: : You are not as bashful as Eisenhower et. If he is determined to run. for presi- 4: O-Hint Hunt Q ,U: -cb' show that arrogant.bandleader at about the idea from the start" "He means Eileen" Bert In Hlll re,%:. Estate|'\ PlIOBiTr nf .
For the L Mike-aba the Oasis hotel be, too, was hard
ivva pro- Then, as suddenly he brightened. thought with a squeeze at L )tISP. MKARS MCMAHO.V,
and Douglas but as willin as dent let him carry the banner. for the Mug 430-Winner Take All-cia 1 fessional! "Say-why couldn't we get Tony his heart. Well he was right; I>ecea..ed.
: said Treasury.Band Sl>ow-aba "It certainly sounds good Ed- interested in this-Here, he's somebody must look after her. To All Creditor and Persona flayIng -
Barkis. You "I accept, even Wumps. 8:00: -Treasury Bandstand-cbs
' Demands Acalnut
said. "A She
( Kiddies Hour west repeats 1 hr. dy stretch on the desert coming now! probably him now. Said Estate
though you were not asked. later*-abc and nibs >.. : might be a good thin for'all us Tony. who'd been pinch-hitting anyway-after that note he'dleft; You and each: nf jr"u are hereby

6:45: -Lura and Abntrr-cbi-Mst .battered vets. at that." i in the McLane kitchen during his under her door. I,notified" and repaired to present

: TilE ORACLE A Califorina pap r- st tei'that Presi- Carolina agreed. "Phil MereIn -I vacation from his own job as chef.' (T* be continued !i any claim and demand which i you.,

'or either nf yon, may have .
dent Truman's remark about the climate : -- .
the estate nt., Louise learn McMn-
I NETWORK PROGRAMS I i hon.. .....e........ tale of paid County,,
of California compared to that of Floridawas I Eastern Local Ti..... Fee entealI the prewar decade churches(I TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS TODAY IN HISTORYKnow to the ounty Judge of Monroe

:.. EVERY YEAR IS CRITICAL not intended as a light it just tooka Subtract eec heur, for meuntainI spent between $25 million and | i! ftiunty: Florida, at his office in 'thei
subtract two ...U,*. Sm local *ta.tions (Knew America ( 'America) ,court house of aid County at Key
curve after leaving his lip. I cha... h.ur of relay t. fit :$60( million per year for new i West Florida. within .eifcht calendar -
I local schoduUf." Last Minute pro. with Phillips H. Lord ("Seth Park- 1753-The University of Pennsylvania month from thetime of the

: The : 1948 is critical for the I ram hangs cannot lie in ladtf: buildings, compared expenditures er")) famed dramatist, born in chareterd: as the Col- first publication ft' thin notice.
year !
: of over' $150 a year I Bach claim er demand shall be
Hartford Vt., 46 years ago. lege of Philadelphia. S In writing and shall state the
world declares Dr. Oswaldo Aranha NO PERFECT DEFENSE toward the close'of'the 1920s.
TUESDAY JULY' 13 i place of residence and pout office,
Histroic Ordinance
Herbert L. president 1787- Northwest
: PT. .. '
S address f the claimant I and nball
Brazilian diplomat says" that "Octo- ''tvOAMIS >t ***, '* j 1 "",.'"1111.R'l'Eft. : -so. 4411ptEaEfivEttHlcT of _Buckn: jf>' University, enacted by Congress be sworn to. by the claimant, hint!,

her, following the harvest, will be the The people ef .i$y&, United States '::00-X.w. RCtt.tfviry 15 Uajr-Hctejf Mle.. ::.nW >ll 5$. .I Stt ;Lewisburg, Pa.." prn- Whitney 1 in the first rank among Ameri (' claim aicent. ,or or demand bin attorney Dot tw and) filed any thalli ouch
.s.w515st f i --.sNEroT -
critical month." should not overlook the tendency of defense Network SilcitO ftourabtea1tKlddtea *. : or'!I coxomes'"or TUft I Point N. Y., 54 years ago. ca's constitutionaldocuments.' i i.i ... void. }

Hour (repeat)-abe-west FLORIDA ''. BANK AT i 1854 U. S. (:0.1)I"'rt Floreti Pnckrti. Jr. .
''Tlta'' Louis Ware president of International sloop-of-war "Cyone" .
Thereupon the Brazilian. who has including1 civilians :Network: !Silent' ((1 r.-mh.-ea.t 'A* administrator of J15. F.stats' of'
,experts,. nbmer as levy 1VKJIT. opREV WKST. L*
I Kiddies Hour (repeat)-roba-west ., AT Minerals and CM'mileal shells San-Juan, Nicaragua LneiMi :)Sfear )ff'V an..n- IS Css4#
: I been twice President= of the United Nations well as military men, to i insist on perfect ,:15-Sports: Music Time-nbo TIIR flOSK OF ltr lKX9 OXJIB corporation Chicago born in retaliation for .outrages committed 1[ ALLAN R CI.RARR. jr.
Frontiers J of Science-cbs ..... I t Attorney for in* Adtnlnllrator.
'i: General Assembly says that if we I Ic' ion in much theme sense.' there are ':30-Music Time I -cbs-eatt *"' 30 I Tn.4X. (PI-.'I.L MtltK"H.O lHK.VfHCXKK RT> I Somerset Ky., 54 sears ago. > against Americans. Jun. tj Jtii.. $-$)-., l*fl.

** ': 5-Newscast by. Three-nbc .'PTROLI.KIi OF THK f..RH.1" Lieut. Gen. Ltonard: T. Ge- 1863-Beginning of the three '
1948 he i is that will"have generals who w\fu1d 'ul tv TKEI'IRE'FP' rorwT ff1I THRFri.KvirtTU
some the
can get past sure we rlify
Lowell Thomas (repeat 11)cbs100Supper >> 1-XnKR "RrTIO' ..
:row commander of the Second days of draft rioting in New ,irnt'il. rmrriTOK
: J peace". moon"f. Club-nbc-bacle Va. York-a reign of terror in i : TUB T.TR nt' r1..Htlll%.
Th. Led !Show' -cbs AEF.TS) 'Army, bprn in Petersburg, rebellion % ..*.. fen ve..8f ror',...\

1 While the optimism of the Brazilian There is no system of ;pre-vvar defense News Fulton and.Lwi Commentary. Jr.-mbs' -abo f'a.h:, halaneea with other :60 years ago. against the draft orderedby f"' tUt'41EMt..
':'"' : bank: Inclndlmrre : Vice Admiral. William L. Calhoun President Lincoln.l'Ulndian (555 ee. ..-.17
is encouraging there is; nothing to indicate that will be absolutely perfect and /:14-News and Comment -nIlO J i iDaHr i i' >erv.. balance and 631 LILLIAN rENNET.I .
CommebtarlbCNewa born Palatka Florida Chief
cash Item in Geroninao Plaintiff.nrrii .
that the world will be assured of it ia too much to the the -; : Dinner Datml- 4 r preeea'. t' i "
'U peace : expect people of l:30-Tbe Rofllnl TrionbcS S ofjJailcetIen1nItId nrft' years ago. captured by troops under Gen. :I TII. DIt"OIlf"F.JIrittRT

:. if it can get through 1943 without war. In United States to spend billions of? dollarsto Jerry Wajrno Show- ba merit I iitatea obligation direct I' Maurice Sterne of New York. Miles. i I LEE' PENNEY.I Defendant. 'I

:.. The Green Hornet-aba ,i* 'I and guaranteed ..46'C famed, artist and sculptor born 1917 ordered .."OF-II.P PI-RI.ICATIOV U
fact, no one; statesman, politician or pro; "defend" themselves against What some News Comment-mba Obligation of State. : -678,000 men TO: HI'BKRT LEE PENNEY, .
in 70 I T
7: &-HarkneM Comment-BbXews ; Russia years' ago lifted into serviceWorldWar
and political avbdlvU j jsl. :; t'.H.S. F_!Oo
phet knows whether the world will have of the experts think might be a powerful Boadcast-cbs S ...>n* .. ....... Cl.'III.44' 1. ..J M>..ES 9. !

war in the immediate future not. Sports Caramenl I Corporate etneka (ln. |\f In. the .Los Andes area there Naval'.Researcli Laboratory, JlkVanhlnirton ;
or in the hands of the
::.- weapon enemy.. <<%0-Dlnh Shore Sho.nbelyle.y eluding $12. *'. Block | 1941-Italy puts American \ D. C.

the truth of the matter i is that the It is generally assumed' that the Arc- .Youth Asks Theater Travelermbaa:1swekl CoYermnent1I0 PlaT-cb.. of lank J\'ecle.ral) _.._..__...Reserve....__.:_ 1S.M1.M1-1 I:are body public can get booths his blood where pressure any- business houses: there under t. are the hereby Dill .f refinlred Complaint tn appear fort->j

.. question of war depends upon the inten- tic region is of vital) the MysterIous J.oaR! and Iftxconnt .. treading Government control divorce. In the above styled !'
importance to defenses ; News;: Tim*-aba Bank premlaea owned ,; for 25 cents. t 1943-An English force lands on or before. the SXrd Uy of July'A. It
;: tions of the people who rule Soviet Russia. of United States but I JOCarmen' Cavellero Show-BbO .u..I5, fornilure Jt .( .'J). 1948. otherwise the allesatioai .
Foreign Policy Mr. and JJrv North-cbs fixture SI>.174.2I .. : S near Mt. Etna to assist the Americans therein wilt be taken as confenscd.I .
If the Soviet Union wants to cooperate : Association through Blair Americik1. Town Joleetinc-abo Real estate owned other LEGALS there. L This l Order U to-be published once rl
report by Detective. Drama Time flrtbs I
i than bank premise Z I.U.'j" i 1944-The entire American 1 la week for four consecutive weeks
: with the nations of the world, there will Bolles says that it is a question whethera :55-Billy Rose Comment-robs Inventntent and other. l i In the'Key Went Citizen a news-
I t:00-TMn.Man Drama-abe ...' axet indirectly representing I tOTICF. TO CREDITORS invasion force in France on the teepee published In tbe City of Key
.: be no occasion for war in the early future. bomb-laden plane "could regularly attack We the People. Guest-cbs bank pr..m.IselJ )> I.move: British are checked by .. West Florida. II ,
realetate I'' J
rota or other 'I\ OF THH COITVS
Gabriel. Heatter. Comment- THE C'O"RT I DONB AND ORDF.Hnn tbl* IItl.
.. If, on the other hand, the rulers of the the United States across the Pole and :1*-News Broadeait-mbsf S .- 15.ft8O. Jt tutfi. MOM OKeXTT. .;?German counter-attacks. 1*4*. .
Other aset* .27.CCX.44TOTALj i I KIXIRIO.t, I1* PltOBATB. 1945-1.000 American ROM C :\
planes SEAL) Stowyerf
:30-Call the ponebe r t
:. Kremlin wish to aggresively assert Russian return to' its base." -4: Hit the Jackpotcbasplanade to ASSETS:; .$7,14SC 4.57 In re J.: Estate JIALPOX of BETHKT. aliu bomb deep into Japan proper. i Clerk of the Clrcnft, C turtr-
Concert-Aba Monroe County Florida.
ambitions everywhere in Europe the It Is one' thing to. .assert .that the }Lone; Wolf Dr'a\l1a-mW S. known.. as J.- 3*. KKTHKU I 1946-U. S.: House votes $3.- By": Florence F:. sawyer, *11*
..... S -Bill HearT News-mbs' > 'S LIABILITIES Deceased"no 750,000.000 credits to Britain and I flepittyelerLJALL5CN
prospect of war looms large on the ..horizon. United States should be on the alert to pre-. : mb? -t.- I t All Creditors and PersonaHaving B. CLEARE. JR,
CorlIs 1900-heet ; CtalroH or Demands. bill goes to the President for Solicitor; for flalatlff. .
vent an powe'r froi4yin g vital' Studio One DramacbsI dividnala. partnerhlpa. 1 1l Agalnst.Said Rutate: I
enemy rubiic rCllder.bJa10:3eTh > S pn-d ,corporation signing. JanZZ-2.jly<-11.1141

The general opinion, among the experts regions in, the Arcti4 4 l Attj;{ { )'gte| an Ifa Your Komberc 1ts.bDance ConcerN-bb< *.. Time *deposit. _. 'of.., Individual _.'__-|5,4* :T!,.: notified Ton and and each required ef you to are, presentany hereby I I: 1946-Growing public resistance t'
claim and demand you.
to butter
is that the Russians do not desire other to suggest that we heed, in the year Orchestra' -mbs l corporation*. vartncmhip.. ._.and I.U8.4IIT. I or. .Itb.r of T.... may bay""- against ported. high price- re- Your Grocer .SELLS Thai Good'. j ji
10:4*-Labor r
the of J. Maldon Bethel alo
estate I
war at the present time. This is based 1948, a means of defense against aerial H 1:00-:0.;*... Variety.\ 2 hrs.-cbNews Deposit of. United I known as 1. 51. betheL. deceased. I 1947-The -American Museum STAR BRAND
and Dance Band-abc* St. t a a Gov.rnmusticciadlng I II late of raid County t* the'County i
:: upon the fact that Russian losses in the attacks from'; far off countries which"might" -News.,Dance Band 2 hra.-mbs ( postal aavlnas Judas of ;)1_ County : of Natural History New York
I ._ '_ ._ 213.elO.:4Deponte : I
::-: recent especially in connection with 11:15-New* A: Variety to 1-nbo > : and I Florida, at bin off..... tn the war send'thier North I of State*
via the
planes of aW County at Key West. ?
12:00-Daa int ,Continued-abc-we I political / undivl9ion'l,147.92i.I7 \first dinosaurs that lived in the't end CUBAN
..: its industrial plant were more severe than of bank ... lM7.i< Florida within eight calendar
Pole. Deposit months from the time of the first I United States 200 million years : A Pound Today .--..
the world realizes. This Other deposits (certified publication of this. notice. Bach .
at large means S cashiercbecki.. lag
._. 74.CC7.5STOTAti elalmr or demand shall be in writing, __ ___. '- ---- .
then if it means anything, that the critical If Communism should to ANNIVERSARIESKnow ete.J>> DEPOSlTS$1.Ell.SS1.1_ sad shall state the plaee of residence -
eyer come address of
,: and post office I
:=: period for the world will ensue whenever this capital would from ( America) the claimant and shall be sworn 1--I
country our move. t* by the claimant his arent. or
:: 1815 James A. Virginia Other liahilitlea _. 4t.172.73
the Russians build up their industrial ", bin attorney and any sack claim or
: Washington to Moscow.

:: plants to a point where they think they and child would come Every'under man,Communistic woman -- lawyer secretary congressman of war, Confederate born TOTAL UABIMf-. |4CjlJC.CSTCAMTAL : demand Ed MATILDA): not 118 WETXES filed shall void. MAXWELL! ) 'I'IS i iI

:.... can wage successful war. discipline. Anything; can( ,happen in Fredericksburg, Va.. Died .ACCOCKT As Kxecotrlx of the. Lat Will Bethel.also and. I
Capital Stock: Testament of L MalAnn
August 19.
Obviously if the Russians are willing here but not that. It is unthink ble.e'' Common stock totalpar known: a* J. )I. Bethel., d>-
1821-Nathan Bedford 'Yon-est. I 9 100.00. .
,;:- to cooperate with the rest of the world _ ._ _ *.. Mississippi merchant planter, i Surplus$104.CS&0_..._..._.-_._ 3M..v.... erasedIi JJJ' ustom Dulll I

_. .
Undivided profit \ j jI
;: and attempt to develop a democratic TO CURB THE. LORDS Confederate private to noted Reserve 5 THE riHCTIT rOtHT AP
; world without any nation seeking to secure "" cavalry general, born in Bedford account stock) .for. preferred .- MS3.1: I fI.f\"E'TH JlDiriAL riRCHT i
CoTenn.. Died October 29; 1877. t I 01 TIlE STATE Of RID\\

__ selfish advantage through the use of The Labor GqxeTOmen ,oGe' Britan 1846-Charles A. Meeker, Total Capital Jicco.nt* 41SS7.4 SOCK CH.nC'ren :noRoe, :, i\ !I. Mr'j 1 I III

I r forcer the prospect for peace will be practically is anxious to curb\the' ..R<>jWei\Qf<< the House Newark. N, J. dental surgeon Total Uakllltlta and ..; C %.. 11,45* I I

althoughrsojnVVJw. national leadec in his field'in his Capital Account ....17.142.CC4.:: J; ANNA. EI1WJND ROCHON. I
hunded cent There of Lords 3xo | the !
; one per may I Plaintiff. I ;
day born in Troy N. Y. Died .... 5 : NOW AVAILABLE! : J
be minor wars like the conflict that haw Peers were limited to delaying! :action September, 1913. MEftORASDFft: FRED LOtS ROCHON. DlyeRC'r.1 II Xade .t ''Port Oiferd Cedarlets

: started again in Palestine but the great The House ofCommozto'eaioverde a 1856-James H. Rogers. Wash Asaets pledged 'or' ..- J. ORDER OF PtBUlCATI r \ i fla....*with ne-ehlk _____ 1
signed: te sernre Ha-1. lag vTMbetle enma eV i
of earth "veto" the legislation! la ington. D. C. electrician perfector biUlies and for other TO. : S
powers the will' probably manage by passing _\ | two of the printing telegram wrpotie :_ .5 .......U.C1f..... Fred fouls TtochenResldenre : Alto ALUMINUM .
to get along for decades without successive sessions after the-Lord turn it State fit Florida. j t'nknown.It ___ '
: some cut- born Frankpn.*.;renn. Died December OtRtr of Menroeu.. sic U hereby ordered that y_ are BLINDS Available -

:;: ting each other's throats. down. : 12, 1929. .1. C. U. Gardner,* ...t.1.1: repaired t* apvear on the the FJfh day. Frc* E.tlinat.s-CaU. IS2FflUUPT n _____
I 1u '1.1'" above-named bank,'-.. solemnlyswear of July ,IMS. before above entitled
This is not fast enou'g'h lortite Labor 1863-Mary i:. Woolley, preSident that the .boe> statement to court to the Bill of Complaint ,DELIVEHT !J
of Mount Holyoke College true to tbe best of toy filed arainat yon In the above entitled S
.: The Texas Medical Association has Government which wanlllheCommons to bellel. cause and the Key West CitM
Mass. leading woman educator \.p) C. I CSARDNBH.Cahier.. lea Is lIe..bTI..t.... a* tbe ,I
:.. come to the realization that physicians have the power to overTidthe' Lords in of her day born South Norwalk I S newspaper tn which thin Order *h*II .,
CORRYC'P-Attsatt be published, once n week fo* four
:.: needed: to improve their public I relations one year. The immediate demand for the Conn. Died Septmebr 5. 1947. 1864- John J. Astor;fourth of: (ad) \V0fR WARREX. JR. WitneM tbe Honorable A..ilinotx
:.. !and that paid advertising in newspapers. limitation upon the power of,the :House .of the noted capitalist and I <(<*..) J. J. TREVORDirectors. >p..., Jr. -o.. *t the Judges of
name this Court and the Seal ef thin Courtin i iV
: 'was the best method of achieving that Lords is the! desire of the Government. to inventor born Rhineback. N. Y. Sworn to and 1I.bM'rlbed before tbe City of Key tTe... Monroe 909 FLEMING FREE? KEY WEST. FLORIDA J

the Titanic 15 I me thta Sib day ..f July, 1*4*. C".",,,. Florida, .this Silk day of -rI PHONE U$ '
aim. Explanatory articles socialize bill nationalize indus- Lost on ; April .
: on : pass a to thesteel and I hereby certify that T am ._. 1'41.SEAL -
1912. etCkrireetor of this: ( ) Retw C sawyer I --'---- I-
:- medicine would make interesting reading, try. This strongly opposed ).ytKe. conservative 1886-Edward J. Flanagan. aa I Clerk. Circuit Court. Cornicea -
.- particularly) in view of the agitation now Lords, who can -und i.the present ("Father Flanagan") founder of (Notary f tod Seat) NORirXN) n. ARTMAS. : Florence Monroe County.E. lawyer Florida.By ., F. Ic I---

Boys Town Nebraska born in Notary Public, Slat/. of Florida at S Deputy Clerk.Pm _
prevalent that form the nationalization
regarding of social law prevent for Large. E. SAWYER. lb
assistance. -r- Ireland. Died abroad. May 15, sIt Commission Expires IV-. 5. un. Solicitor for the PlaIntiff.jualtjiyl1320,1i4. -_ _
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IAililliiittFitiEiili1I982iftifftlifilf u nmmi lI 'rww- f Ii- -Iiey: West=..CilyThrice BfeweiJ,. : Man In Doghouse

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SOCIETY .mwsfly ,,-, -"- By WILLIAM.,MEYERS *. .' ." Gets Cut In Rent

I ; .tf"f-r. a city was thrice bless- The floweVs live a calm, !le-I j
jiS.Sl difcSdriIBUiUfflffllUffllUHHUUUiUiWUiilUffi98ffi8 I'is this beautiful Island of rene life, glvin joy inabun- LONP<>N.- (AP). -A lodger
Key Wes. Everywhere .one see dance. They never hurry.
!! btuRnlifnhIUIllufuwwawlMUluntw flftUUiidlft had his rent cut in half on a
: manifold nranisfestations of Forgive yourself fir error claim he lived
continually m a
Comdr and jiff*. lUouni Swain I God's, Divine love. Unix Christ was perfect and lie doghouse. He protested fj an
i Flowers, in a riot of colors, was* crucified, tjecause of. His East London tribunal that he
Euterthiucd By.Key West Prif ibis :bloom In everyone's yard whilepeople. perfection.How had been ordered to pack up and
North East West
and are Ihriiiihg and beautiful push off because" the'tehAloia
Comdf; and Mrs. fclount .Those attending the dinner![ combatting show and ice, and We can be amid the superlative dog,didn't<< like hinji '
Sw in. USN, who were stationed .were; Captain Sir-Charles Madden -many-suffeK-frcJin;t'. the blttnrc ri>tc!. .,.beauties$ .bf. this _blessed Island. Michael; MartuWtribunal
in Key West in '1941, at e.bete .RNj commanding officer of (I WIth SQch erotic beautyonstreet :fev- it behooves"us t6 forget self chairman harked back td tin
for a few days visiting" friends the British, Flotilla port 1 cry thinkV'peacfr this,end January day, me- .and* read happiness to those ciertt history rftf 'lti 'Judgment.
end renewing acquaintances.. Mr. and Mrs Leland Goddard, !I understanding .W-ho drink the dreg- of misery The -Reman*"amperurCa1igula
ComdK "Swain was the irst Comdr. and Airs. Hugh Bredih ]j!shrulci.dwell Tbe-'flowers-seer in our riot midst the; ihoa4in'trei for they" are 'fnaiL :. once appointed his> horse (i the

officer assigned to Fleet Sonar USN and-:Mr. and Mfs, Hurt |I, }+..bro.Uier's eye, but .rathj 1 b found the: )'outitain of exalted office of pro-consul.
School. Which he organized lie GamPtL Later in the evening ; et do-etk'perfection each 'yooth-\in' .Key: ''Wea.Ut is" one'smenfal This' laridloid emulates CaliRula
acid i&.-s. Swain were active'in the party was entertained I| attitude toward life. by .relying on. the advice of jus
the Key- West Players. She played aboard the IfMS Battleaxe by j;:'Unto faith itself.ef. a If flower.pnly mal Man had,is full the Think joy and you create it, Hog when decidihg Whether' he
the role as one ,of the aunts. {sir Madden. complain, and sadness U should evict tenants. Vfe are
{of doubt and misunderstandings. your '
ih Arsenic and Old Lace". still'governed by laws resulting
.The Swains who'ate;how_ stationed +. Flowers never. harvest. ,
from. Parliamentary democracy
J.trand Mrs. George Mills jn -14e*' Orleans say they' Spend 3 single day thinking 1, need no other, assurance! -
White ,gave a dinner party last ire only beauty, and miracles' Gods Divinity than the Upturn -
night in their home,. 50fl 8io1ohn in j The verdict: a reduction from
street honoring the Strains, Key Wfet some day, and are shall happenin your life. A sublime ed'face of a lovely flower. 30 shillings )$6) a week, to 15
peace reigns In the hear. 1 am not my brother's keeper shillings ($3). .
before attending a meeting of l king at property. .with". that of ,him' who seeing superlative but. if any little word of mine
the ,key West Players. j I idea in :'mind.ttoy&ottts. beauty, thank3 the Master for can make his life brighter, I. base
A single gunpowder
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n eyes. -. pray power to express it. tams .no nitfpglycerin.
iP ; ClibjLillrfJr [ Its never too. late to make This Island is truly the Gar
Ofhlli1 S your life more 'interesting, regardlesS den of Eden. Seek and ye shall
of cge. "As a man think- find." Let each do his part to % rrwrpwDUB
Books I I l 1T i!; ,W j.'tHouse :. etHfin.his heart, So is. he." With make this Isle'a, haven for visitors ,

\ 33 denomination supporting and all shall know prosper- DItL racrsoar '
Oh 'Florida For It ,God on this enchanted Island. ," ity.Nature .has been bountiful.
j I there j-nuSt be much good. 'Tis man who retards with his
the 'W m1n's. Club Members
ibBtrt, of Bdy Scout Troop j{I The utter sublimity of sceneS blindness.
Duval street, calls attention to "S2" Say "they" 'have'a problem.Thejr ; witnessed this day is be",
two 'i lorida" books which it have: been giVen' a lot but J I yond -Description.very Beauty per f You have the treasured' gift .of E
hason its"shelves.. "The. Evorrglades have .too clubhouse to put on it. I ronified/everywhere.- butmen..'right:' ..Be".profoundly grateful.' ,
LivE. and. let liyel'T \ -
fciver of lGra3arid ,r. Twb hundred .boys have pasS- ; wrangle with each other in tfieir' "
-Lake 'GkeechobeeV The formet td through this troop since its I:attempt gain the upper. hand;"l "And tnly the'Mster shall
book, by Marjory StonemaflDbuglas organisation, "'and it 'was" the 11 Truest .Wbdom"is' a happy 'mind.I ;praise usr and only the Vaster
: ,. ,is' "in the "Rivers- i>rue' wifinlng troop- a( the field consider all Key. West people'I!I. shalt-blame
AmericV' series, and [tells : She day eiereis. >s.;.J"'ly.t." .A.'tne'mb. i my brothers and sisters .and* my'1 "And no axle shall Work for
story ot.-the Everglades, ,its na- said: t"If < I strongest desire is tin_ reader, service -"I i money and' oft one' hall
ture ,people and background.The '' you' hay a. buitdirigfof ;" .!I i I. work for fame; '
story of the dusky Eyer- 'a"'Boy Scoui troop to adopt +fiut" 1
This ;" .a beautiful morning, l. each .for the joy of working.
glades is traced from the Ihdian well be mighty, glad to acceptit. 'and I tin sure you 'feel the joy'j,"!1 and each; in his separate star, "Euusn for another wage beast
inhabitants... through wars for of liNif1 drinking in the clean i i i "Shall draw the Thing 'as he sees are about as thin at a yard of
possession between white melt air and thinking the flowers+I It for the God 'of Things. as .atr. I'm frettiB* *i k of
and; Indiahs, and finally to its Ittlintate GlimpsesSenora blooming everywhere: I i'I I they are." this ,*hu> etlltd, TitWi. the
preeent' ,s ate. -. ,--'-,-. _. ----z..I.. __ __ ,_. n8UlDer'Bl : .
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'Lake. Okeechobee" inthe Margarita Vargas and .
"AmericanLakes Seriesis by :.Senora Josepha Moron daughter
Alfred Jackson Hanna and 'and grandaUghter of former I-
Kithryn .Abbey Haflna, 'profes- Cuban chief of staff Maximb I
spraat; Rollins College. Thesfdry Gomez, arrived yesterday by 0 /
of Big ..Water" and its"profound plane, out their Way to Miami. fLtheThgidaire"Compact'7
and wild solitude"bi They wete.accompanied by Ma-
1igs again' the realisation; thatFlorid ,jor General' and Mrs- Enrique .
. is an intriguing land. Loyhaz with their two sODS and
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da gbtef. The- Major General -' -
Mnry Et 'JoJmsonfoWetlS.G.Lptve an 'old friend ,nf General 1- the New 'i ;

John J., Pershing, is oh his way
to visit the general at Waited : .

Reed Hdspital_"in,Washington: .
Mr.and .Mrs. J. C- Johnson,
3416' Margaret stret, Invite.' all Mr. fund Mrs. Virgil tfatgis, .'
friends to the. .wedding .of their i20 Seminary street, are'spending .
daughter,. ,Mary ,Elizabeth. She two weeks vacation ih Wil-
will become the' bride of Sidney liamson, W, Va., 'with Mr -llargis' :
C.Lo.we. in U Fleming Street father and grandparents.
,Methodist Church, ;at 0' III .,:.t ..ft"I \' I ,
8 pn Charles' itickey, Tampa, and : :
A reception, following the It. D.Vest., Marathon. rspent ." "
wedding,, will be held at 1DOO yesterday In the tityattend J I '- '
Southard; .street.tffitfier to business, matters. Mr. Hickey :
came from. Punta Gorda to Marathon I
Murphy in"a 16-foot sloo ., lie is
employed in the. fnetnStoical de
,:Gtveu Reception"T.h.r partmeht >h the -Tampa Tribune
.newspaper office. Mr. West is a
reception at the CatholicCenter contractorAnd: builder in Mara ..

honoring Father Joseph thon.
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Maring and Father Michael Cro i inift I -- f
,. .8.' J.. turned out to be""' a t Leeburg Kno'wlesJ .Jr., 1403 ,
[ farew'ell party for Father John Pine street, .Is leaving tomorrowmorning 'I'
Murphy; .s. J.. who left 'yester-: with his grahdparents, .
, dfy-jnorning for Augusta Geor Mr. and Mrs.Joseph.L. Knowles, t .tdet tbcI ,,IIJ.7Mor.
eia'!' Father Murphy, who' Lathe 715 Ashe street, for Columbia, [
here, three" years ago from Au- Missouri. ',The party will Visit .
gusta Is" returning forservice Lt,and ;Mr .. H..S..,Certrey. tJSN. FRlGIDAtBESStrvt
' there Mrs. Cerney ia ,the former Key '
Approximately 300. guests. Knowles of this city Mr. Cemeyii .. Ill I Americans

| were .present to pay their res _tow at" Radat:.Training _school Th.nAny
pects. Refreshments were, served in Columbia- : I I I. I OtherH'bigerator
I ltd: ,the, Catholic Daughtersof. T- --
i America. I.I i Mr. find Mrs. Raymond
I '1129 Fleming .street, CUITY'-j J ___
\ To yesterday from I _
ijoy Scouts 'York city. Mr. Curry reports '

'Ca lp Aug. .20 .that also.: they' visited, Niagara Falls I '

"Bot.sCout Troop: '52, at its, -'--- -4-
d decided that the Mrs.: Samuel Smart?'and chil-

I I meeting'.July best "good'turfl. ;fbr the week.had ]t I I drett Tillnlan, Jay' and "Sandy", j .

I J born who : done found' by.a Billy pocketbook Ostefhbudt' in,1and ;:'.r\\14 N..C Y.Jdr Porter* ih :Queens Plate two ,,months.Long are visitingrelative Island. Mr. I : : : "-.

turned it over
>.and found* departinetit.'isiting I t 1 f Smart returned Friday ,after i : -
Ws'famiiy northward.
Scdut* Larry Raiding ,drivlnf. i ;
smM.s iJudje for the '.good ft.'
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ieedsl", '[ .ApptyfTo ftedf s .

,Patrols'were. neatness Inspected and for f! Applcfatfe is"'fQr.: marriage l\- es6 t < Holds more food than everbefore
and par
ortns :
[censerwere in
filed "yesterday
>ead. A hJkdiscussed.
reports were thesame
for the:off ice 6f County Judge Hay ---c In >
'u. lilt second and first.class '-mond ft.-1.oiYf bi-: John' .E. Will.O1ghby2'1".of a imneus; M.I.rMlsa mach. -
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the U. S. Navy kitchen
& received.he .Hiim space
troop plans to encamp at and Peggy M. Fefrelt. 2s. of the
Post bfflce'lnn Samuel
sale Owen $rorIen, hear August Tab34 derioff 7r 53," of thfe U. S. Navy, Eaetfsi.e QvkbM,T.eyt Her.'; mote of 1M thing you want in a new refrigerator.

far 10 days starting and Dorothy Paeske, 54, of Cac- With IttstoM tube ItoUas MORE usable; ipoet oh the now fiat top, MOtE frozen

to.fejruf.iM' ttis-Terra. ,. ..." ...', ,; ,. food Storage in the big new Sup r>Pr..zef, MORE room

: : POOL ; I F4i' h. roll.r4MMrbiaHjArmlit for ketping fresh or frozen meats,MORE space for leafy

|J FOR. GIRL SCOUTS Seeks 'DivorceA wkIt"gtaii fop vegctab and fruits MORE usable space for ethtr

T.e len Sttd men's swimming petition- seeking a, dioneI I I .. _' foods,MORE. food storage capacity per pona". Casa in,

'. 5. Naval Station, will was' filed yesterday: in the officeof I tergs. .Sepw-Fteeter ee tti.M new Frigtddlrof,I am how economical they are
lead- Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. .. .
to .girl scouts to .I.OA.. # to .tof:
rS Thursdaynor1ltn%-A3ti E .by Lee 6. Norton M.vtri-pwrpot* Slrafl Trey .7I. .
It o'clock.lation .against Alroy. Atxfret Norton. "
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'. : ,- ft6ltrlfl.,.t c.W"it*b tion ': :c I Homes Than ".
Stirred Do-Keep' '. .' '
,, -, I.. II. ; Any Offset Kifrigtrofor.Martinez .
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Debate: PeathVigO : :
S4 apore : .

N. Ji Wh Ii'Cha.: :
(AP): -
PORE. build a Meisaiier l4>year old peddler,I
I that Singapore was found dead OQ his kitchen
into Refrigeration
is running op61h '
' floor, one of his pet dogs. a Scottie -
11' the cokmy'd : was- silting- quietly by hiss .
,. Islam .prohibitj body. '
of I the dead, a Mteiry .
rot The man died of natural causes.

n7 ee lit is a society most contemp-official gestion ofth Singapore muniS* 1024 Duv!l.SUcet ./ Phone 179 :f Key West, Florida

b3e,t fcvhe eyes of Islam.Tb .* ,pal commisstoQef. that the col.any -. '.' .. .:
efy plans" Id v inakf "-save land-by burning tot ..
esta against the sug- ses instead of burying them. ..
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Britain Wars On


,- Potato Beetles .- ..' ..
; It Shouts It Can Stick To Uncle Sam's Ribs a A. .
: LONDON. (AP).-Britain has .
I I I enlisted thousands of agricultural Information for the .Adt ertisere :r.

workers, students ami volunteer3. 2 '
,'Ares FOR iUGr'.AR mm* PA".n' .r"
I to destroy pests identified here.. 1\ BLACKFACE TYPEAitrrtlcem I Parmeat*Uied a4ertlejmeats _
as Colorado beetles--wuich have !. )narUbly In adT...e.. \111'
from iifa under this bead regular advertisers with. ledger'... I
threatened an invasion trill be bifrted in The ('ltlp n at count may bare their .a< |
France and Belgium.Tho the rata'of !e a Word for each Insertion meat rharged.PCn1.ICATIOti. .. yet.Ult.; 1
the beetles but the minimum charge forth OKAULIJiB I
battle to keep
+t ; tint 1& words or leas Is JOc.T To Insure publication copy mart I
tt ed from Britain is being waged on ". rate for hlarkfarc .,..,Is :c a be in The Citizen office btftJr11
w vv thV beaches* 'along the roads andI word.,and the pilntreum charge fortbe' o'clock In the morning of tha 4a7
ta first It word 1* nee of publication. '. .
in the fleldi over an area of 30- a ,;
+wi 'otKjTlfcre t' from Folkstonc., Kent: --, --

afc cLildford,: Surrey and along 'A11 advertising la accepted under the following ronditlonj"..Jir lH4
t f the *atcoast to JIull. A "beetle Vent of error In advertising transient or contract. The CHina Ult_
responsible .nl. for the first Insertion In' Classified Ad.erttsl.and'!.I
1 t a Cx :* patrol" is watching for the insects lM..far;Ad.. rtl.'. for only Ibe actual amount of apace occupied br tht
brought into ports imported part of the advertisement where the error occura., ft
v vegetables or blown across the .'s . e . . . RIp'1 '\
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Channel winds from the continent .
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SOUP f 4 The Ministry of Agriculture Cabin hot' and cold shower. Meals Ten boys to distribute hand"J&iRsj .
; "invasion"
J says it considers the .I desired.. 209 Ann Street, opposite j 60c per hour. Wednesday
the worst threat to Britain's potato
.. i Police Station. J ami. Evans Camera $fore 509 5
in ten
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crop years. 1
wih lead jlyl3-3tx I Southard Street. ? jly1It
fields are being sprayed
AI:!, Newsfeatures S-..: **.?.> I arsenate and afterwards with

WASHINGTON.-when the New peal took over the federal ("DDT by thirty h'igh-powered FOR RENT-APARTMENTS 1 I FOR. RENT COTTAGES'Furnished .

government in 1933. designation of j'tjpvernmeht. agencies by I machines and thousands of hand Furnished apartment, 3 rooms cottage. Adults, .JnJy.

iniials.sp ead rapidly. Alphabetical .tendencies, prompted sprays. National Fire Servicepumps and bath. Maid land janitor No pets. 'Apply SlB.ohvjai |
much ribbing.Today .. -. "" : -' I. are providing water for ''servicelinens and utilities!!I I '
/ flyig tx
the alphabet is still with us,/I nDt'ooly."in.thefederal the sprayers as' they work their' .furnished. Summer rates. Coral i 1 i :

government but in the United Nation ( (UNX;:and ,in :state and!' way through the fields of Kent ;Hotel 'Apartments opposite ;! FOR SALE : 4
Suffolk Norfolk and Lin _
Essex. :
v 1.VV Post-Office. jlyl26tx"urnkhcd
private -
groups. < .L. I'
\pfACItiG colnshire.
<4 Here.are some that still 'funcjjAEC :. [Bungalow_ ,. small store _g
[, e tiopti t. ., '". ; -" .. I I' : '2 1-2-room apartment.!|[ and lime grove on" four T
,'r>. ,Atomic. ..._ Energy, 'ComAMGmAmcrican. .l.! ilities furnished. Couple onlY..rApply lots size 50'.x 120' cash;in.'
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r .915 Windsor Lane. ,
k .tP.i} l5'PD f... Vie Y t says !Deductions ,'.' '" jlyl-tll j section. This can be.bougHt' pn
: easy terms Johnson dz v1fR-
e. t :Military Gov- II '

I-t :. ernme4!tr !r-:(' ,;' .: } '. tiEMfatGEt4CYw6t1RAN# 'i ,;. Find Suspects Burnished apartment, new gas I j> son. Phone 372. 'lyrtf. .

L : ARi ijWturc.: Research 'range;""electric: refrigerator, con- :.White white
"f U2 0"UNDeB A CONVERTED outside paint, ,elja-
t Administration.BAE ;R}.DWOOri CITY. Calif. tinuaus hot water. Monthly.! '
mel, $2.75 pergal. 5 :.DJ7.T.I
-Bureau of' Agriculturen I 'POLICY f WJhen.the home of John T. Walker .PJione"215:!j jT'our' Fly-go. 29c pervqLDohettyf&
n Economics. LOA$ ON THE PpudrikFnsR < :
t *;25-year-old Negro waryeterai Co, 846 Olivia cor..Pac 1
'!; BLS-Burcau* of Labor Statis- HAS BEER iN FFECTtK1kYEAR, }; was mysteriously burned .last 'apartments. Apply 411'' 'hone1597, ,jlyittf
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police investigated. William Street. jun28-30txj:
I year ,
t t, 1A-.civil; Aeronautics Ad- fz Noticing pink paint splotched t. 500 cheeks. 8Vz x 11,. wbile"ni'C"print -

ministration.- ; + 4 K "on the living-room walls an ob- Furnished apartment adults no t 25c;Artman PresS;C4lE en'

CAB-Civil Aeronautics Board. -- fI serving sheriff also noticed .that I '.pots: ..:,Conveniences. Building Phone',51., ,:__,,' .:
Credit Cor- : ; 'f
CCC-Commodity ,
poratioru 4 I[ none of the splotches WM more '}2l4 Duval Street,, '$65.00'1 ,JI>: t t
than three feet above the floor ioo3-w... .
sion.CSC-Civil Service Commis' :' t; -- c.. ,1 I Then he found four children *+ r' jly 3eattugsthurstfs Child's crib chest 'qf>>d-a*>erV. '

ECA-Economic Cooperation <(< with pink paint on their 'shoes. } lady's shoe skates, size! 5.<- 837 I
Administration (Formerly ERp).i ,. Adding two and two he reportedthe 'ive-room furnished apartments Olivia Street. ,jiy8-6ta_
]:1B-Export-Importr Bi nk. w facts to the children's parents one block from beach, 419 and

FAO-Food and Agriculture who, administered the proper, 42tf United'Street Apply 1224. Used mattress chairs-ahd tabje.,

Organization (UN). ] punishment Duval site t. jly3-5t 16-A, N.A.S., Phone ;i343-J3,"

FBI-Federal Bureau of Inv es- -1 1Z-3tr
}I .
tigation. During the middle ges .only 14Irg furnished one-bedroom
FCA-Farm Credit Association. I M-xot4 sovereigns and princes were permitted apartniCnt on. Pearl Street Apartment-waji n.i"natbt

FCC-Federal Communications to wear red. Rent $110-00 per month. Phone and electric:ironcr. Bothzr$50100. 1'
I :11 t.reet i.GS atis. e.ftset s.N tstETE Call 821-J_ L 4'
Commission.FCIQ 1anmornings.. _
l7 3D1t I d TRAPON Nit+ I "".j1jtq-atk
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Federal Crop Insurance The cardinal's red hat 'as .a ?* ; jlyl3-15-2lx
i ,, CorpocationFCIC i : vestment dates from 1245 A. D. One electric hamburger gril''Oar .
'; -Federal : Conciliation 1 ) :l' $'Ai .o r r'pished one-bedrooni apartment latest-type "Cold SP.Or refrigerator -
and Mediation Service. I f. _L'. used less than 'lweeks. ,
,FOR S.ALE.-US CARS on'Grinnell> Couple ,
EpA-Food and Drug Admin- !r ..1'.t'I"'''' T k"d' 'only $55.00 plus utilities. .. Call 9292. Weavers.:

istration.FDlC-.-.Federal Deposit ',Insurance i .LPr.e.;\r-y: : ,.t.'i.,1n..' ..... ... ." Model. 1940 Ford panel truck.'Apply Phone. 1185-R, mornings. Stock Island. .* ;jl tt,

Corporation: -. ri v x- X lWio.Sets. White Pcre Street? Bros. Bakery jun30-tf, 1025 '> ",,' ._ jlyl .16-2tx I 600::Ject ol gill knulfet Tnel''lea i a

ElXV Foreagti- .Eunds Control. I r- Jnfiirnlshed', .three-room apartment and corks and slread.isielu1Mao
FpA'Federal.Housing Admid, ) \. Plymouth mechanically ; with tile bath. $36.00 a twelve-foot boat trailer, I
.- istration. 'I 4 COPF.1 IHhGtAPEach "m nthly. '709 Emma St. Couple Everything for '$90.00"Duck '171 .
F LBA Federal Home LoanBank' '! telegarc ;:io ihe"'vlnterEyrQReanWaVe'lenZth. perfect. $325.00, Good body '
9 *and one. child ok- Walter Ave. !l7l :2
P and paint. .Jack Phone 600. .,
\ --Administration, C'ongies&_ ...meetingii '
: ; v Beebc.524 Southard Phone
,' -Fcderal National ,Mort- yCo ti rt.afSCivled: a tiny I i. i jly8-5tx "
.. ff. I I' } pet : .l6] :: ;jlyl32tAprtmgilt' Chrome-plated 33 Special $, .-
gagh ;XsSociation. ., Ujree*.JutxJ'"ropprvi''wear : ,
I W revolver. Shoulder jioTJstcr.j
FPHA-Fedcral Public Hous-:I ih -'a-beUfrom.. shoulder. .The 1937 Chevrolet convertible coupe.
for rent corner Margaret 5 boxes bullets. Gun 3;months
z ins Apriority.ederal. gofrst'ess4agssiortk: aretranslated privately owned. new tires, radio '
? j iN. old. = 'btf.
and Fleming Upst $65.00. Apply 25, 2 ]
: Can be
new paint. seen atTony's
FSF 'Security Agen-,i jby interpretiejand -delegates
1314 Eliza Street. ciana Place. Jlyll-ZJEs
cy.. '*I a c'Q.':l*'.,tb dial'in, on-: theirownlanguage"to Auto Body Shop 603 Apply. : ,
J jlyl3-2tx
nC-Federal. Trade Commis'lion. -'follow the, disciisQiC I Greene Street. "jly8-6 .- Modern two-bcdroom.luliiis heit'

t t n6matter.where. they 'arc .FOR ENT-.APARTMENTS: home, $5,000 down: bal e.JtH]
FW A-Federal Works Agency.'. 16 towh.'y'' \ '. : 1942 Oldsmobile. like new, fac- : r .' "

GAO-General Accounting. Or.fkc' ,-/THe -cotogrlpss. expected to'last |j i i' tory paint. Can eee at 705 :. AND ROOMS ranged. Phone I067Jjly36ut: !

: ', ..- about JtWd; months" wKiU :--li---t-. :, Windsor Lane after 5' p.rn.l 'Stutz.Hotel.. 410 Fleming I
The' .
GPO-Government Printing utethe\eJengths"pf jly9-Stx .
Office. '. ; i i station's.- > "' esot.l l Street has an efficiency apt Large Stake body luggage trait:]
f t.k .
Iit1FA'-Housing.and Hon Finance -' .' 1942 Buick sedan. $980.00. .Maj arid "several Bleeping !rooms vacant $100.00. 71-2 Poinciahs TTacHJ
Agency. : ;* .I-- i .. i. -. ': :, be seen at 1311 Flagler Ave. Low. :weekly or monthUtales. ._ \ jlyl3.3tXv.
'it : .
Owner's I Hands. ,//i' I jlyltfEfiicicricy 'f 4.
ItpLCllomc T oan Used 'jl>::9-'ttx ; .. > ,
1mRDIntemational : I One dining room suiter .ttoit
Corporation! .' ;
1 r ; ':: 'f" ,
i ; ; apartment and one- Sport shop. jly Ig-
Dank for :. .1938 Oldsmobile conVertible .
Reconstruction and Development. : l"Tdp'1l coupe, new 'top. Priced for bedroom apartment Couplesonly.

ICP':Interstate-Comercei, Com-:j i : : quick sale.- Trailer 40,, Ft. ., Paul's Tire Shop. One National cash regis zPtf: :
miibnl "*a' cincApb..:' t'PJr*"A'Woman 1[ Taylor. jly0-6tr j1y3-6t feet condition.. 'Bob' Sport'

ILO.'f=International' Labor, 01'II .witncs* in Felony court was !a I Shop. Jl,.13.31.

ganization- 1 deafmuteBut.. Frank' ..Dcnardo j.1935 Pontiac fournew, tires, good i it ', WANTED TO RENT
frttlME International Monetary, rookie policemansolved the* running condition, $125.00. 830 RED FOX FUR COAT: Will talc|
*-Fnn*. *- problem of. taking her 'testimony t Johnson,Lane. jly2-2tx Wanted-Room with use of kitchen any reasonable p feiv'912 Flemi

i MBCC- ,Migratory.! BirfS ConJ by communicating in iC ;" house; apartment or board ing Street, Phone .397-"M.. '

servation CrWnnussion.NACANttional i I sign language. 'Where did you 1937' Pontiac radio and heater, far young couple and twoyearold jfy13-3t.

-. Advisory I learn to" talk with yoW .hands' new ,tires. $300.00 Apply girl; for one or two months, :I:
Committee for Aeronautics. Judge Charles S. Dougherty ,<25-2. Poinciana. j1y12-3tx from August fifteenth '48. Must 1947 Harley-Davidsonmbtprcycle.-
t NHA-National Housing' 'Agcn-. asked when the hearing end ,. be ''clean and neat. Good references Apply 719 Fraiitis, Phonei

+ t')' ed. -i ; 11939 Nash sedan. looks fair, runs Write Mrs. Paul 1195-J. jIYJ3.3 .'

NLREt-National' LaboMRciations -I' "Picked.t it.up.f _froma, ;t> ddY in i well. $385.00. 71-2 PoincianaI Coover, 831 Litchfield Wichita '
Board the ; the cop said "Used Place. jlyl33txMISCELLAxEdtJs Kansas; jl>8-6tx Bedroom suite coffee and :
NM -National Military.Estab-. army tables. 611 Fleming Street'up* ,
it all time the
the to cuss '
tlr I first sergeant .. 1 ARDEN AND LAWN stairs. ,jlylS-ft i"I
NRC-National Reserchlisliment. t ,SUPPLIES .t.;

Council. Washers, irons vacuums and FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE j./ |

NSO-Nattonal Security C u.n- hltuto-Eli fans repaired. O'Briar.t, Phone Modern insect. sprays for trees

cil. Dt* You 1, 1164-M. jlyl- and shrubs, such Volck, Emo- 32' cabin cruiser, sleepiri&accon1F.'
NSRB-Natoinal Security Resources nOt.'. copper-hydro, red-arrow modations for four 'alebhoiastove ]
Board. The iambic pig is on'*r;of-' thv Floor-sanding done 'by experts And Hector's nutritional spray : sink with modern: Uilts

ODT-Off ice of Defense Trans- best- b rometers' "of. .th *" animal- Free estimates 'given. Phone for'foli gej'at Key West Garden in cabinets, 6-cu.-ft.. ice' refjrij-!

port ration.a kingdom.. > 163 or call at 701 Caroline. ahd Lawn 'Supply Co.. 914 crater- enclosed toilet _' tam,1
OEM=Office for EmergenlIanalen'1enL .I Jiyi- leg' Street swivel chairs, 40-gaL fresh wa'
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The entire of .
population {!
ter tank 40-gaL gasoline :;.
OH& Officp of North America 100 years ago -
Housing. Expe million Caroline Shop.. 223 Ann Street, ___ REFRIGERATIONHolbiook i newly-constructed stern but
about 25
diter. was j -will remain open through July for fish plus 12-foot dhiahj"4 "'l
,. PAV;""pan American Union. Refrigeration Service I I Can be at
'sol'uiioii. carbon with increasing stock of new. seen Craig Dctckf Jl
PBA-Public" Building" .. AdminJ J i r The solid f ". in : inexpensive cottons for slip- domestic and commercial. Work I Boat name: Slats Will sell >&{
i i iron
istTatloVf. I is called''autenite; ? Jv i
r covens 'and draperies. From ]10 guaranteed,' free- estimate onstairs. I l trade for property. "Apply .fi

?O'.lfMA7 ifi1 Alu6JQhlt Uttion'ition, apd At- 'one time, attempts '\\jere'made' ," to-5'daily, except Thursday and ; :Call 7U-W. Catherine St.. after 4 p.nx ,..

/0. JltB| -Research and Marke'-j tp propel airships or. bal- Saturday afternoons., ; 1 ; .- .. jly2-6U. JlylO-3! .I
: : --.
., 'meat Board Formerly looms ,in- with oars tor t .1)'v-17. t ,

fUj\=Racal paddies: :worked' .

f n Adeilitisr sio0.t 1 t'Guaranteed radio repairs byex- Something I New:

," 'ructioo Finance The 'l imot'silt er.,trines ofZacatecas. pert .technician. Work' called
: : I 'Mexico., were. "first] for nd'"delivered. Free esti-
} 4-mn M aRetirement! comiaerci&Uy_ worked by IheiSpirilsft'in mates. .Victory Radio Service, *< SAFETY nitb BEAUTY *
i 1545. .' ] 534,Duval Street corner South

BEt Seorities and. Exchange. .1}! ard. Phone 344. jly2-6t Per' Asphalt Tile Floors
i Commi.sion. I The.countcyhasbetween 3,000 .
SCS. -.Soil Conservation Serv- : and '-QOO'.disc' jockeys whose! STORAGE

ice. -. incomes'range-' from $35 to $3500 i I : I

SSA. Social Security Administration 'a week. .' '. Red Brick commerciaL Storage Phone Co. Furnitureor' 793. I PL ASTIC A No, .3 ;

thoritv.TVA-Tennessee Valley Au-. 'pldymenl Sen; C .' e 4USCC j i jlyl-tf ;' Eliminates Waxing Easily Applied and ': !

: United ommerciaLCompany '
UNESCO-United Nations Ed- :. -" ,' *.: *; *. LOST Uries.Quick To A Glossy Non-Skid Finish i.

. ucatiQn. Scientific Cultural .
- and USTCr-Unhed StatesTariff
s Orsanlzatipn. Commission... Male Boxer 5 months old. weighs SOLD BY ;
UN=United Nations. ,VA Veterans Administration.: 50 pounds, solid reddish-brown rf

UNRRA-United Nations Relief WAA-War-Assets Administra color, bobtailed, clipped ears. .I ey West Floor Covering Co J

and Rehabilitation Adminis- tion.WDCWar . Contact Lt. Knot phone Boca j f

tationM't.o'Y Damage "Corpora" Chica, 218; or.Seaplane Base, ,,ua'.D1lVAL STREET PHONED 1Ui j
Zl9ited=.'Stat. 3 -'" tl 1o ._'-: 11! -; _:'-23L. : "\ :' jy -4tx' : -i'S'!i" :.....,;.. .#

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t pic i..TRADER. WHERE TO BUY. =--j: ;:',"\1ra .f4.alttsilw5sr 14'J:
.: ; Motor Court i : .718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ;: .... .. -.--S--;'.._.#4p\- et E'-....:...._.......:-_-...:.:,'t.. :; .S : -.-.--'----c---:-. --- .-. ._,._.._._. ._._._._._._.__.._.._.._.._.._..._.._..._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.._.-_._.._._-_..._.-_-_-__-_--.- "': ":,O.. e.

,:. 909 Simonton St. :.' Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS_ :- : ctrica WEREPAIR r i; '. ....,. VJr'; .. ... .. ipOOR.OLD CRAIG
: : Ownership-Management : ; W E SELL: -Z ., :i'''; ..;, : '" _-;.,' -. -. f' r. .: i""
S.: Of BENNY FERNANDEZ : : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children :' :. W'wiu OH For ud.D } ': l-c *WHITESTAR! ; | Service Station -
.. :, Scrviaq : SEE OUR Electrical I k : II1 30 Y.aua' ExpWMoee;'la &- : : f;
.S' BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 SHOWING of Appliances |};f t., ?> flHNKSiHare $ : :J... H. BRADY. Manager PHONE *1S4frand ::
.,.: .LUNCHEON. 11:30 to2S :, ........................_...... ... .. ... ..:le r.i 1R t % .f I *3 DINNER. to 8.30 .
ECTRI r r' : Tire Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories

: The Best of Steaks : i HOMESUiWRY'STORJE'f s? si.; ...i.a N .. i1vFUNE14L : .," "J. 1........;::: ":"-'STREET... :2 !......-..Touf.....PURE.....OIL. and.. GASOLINE Deoier" :. '
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.. :I Short Orders-Sandwiches : ''. ''..:...P.......... ... ....-. ... ...... .- :1' "i_(; !, : gt .. ......................................... L
At AU Hours : :: :
;. : Try Our Frozen ; :: Tour Patronage Ixmled" $'.:,: 'J' # ll .UARD. :: ItiUSS i iTDD'YGOO ... l' '.1'ttn.rI Prieisis ,RADIATOR SERVICENOW S
3fi1jO_ ':SERVICE : : .
: TROPICAL DRINKS I .. ? ,,. ;
t'5i .
k" : 'Open Daily and Sunday. S :. Ice Cream Proprietary 'n" -. i : 'f"1'.J'1ek'u. ,:and: : AVAILABLE .
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.1 ;Dlliverf Service 3S
4. :: Sick Room Supplies .'School Supplies :: i .... S I I4. s TS''fo ; ENFeiidO .: i "9 Rod Cleaning Q Repairing and O FlushingTONY'S ,. i :-
: Toilet Preparations and Articles : HOME : 11bs-.; LIYIkt'sTf3 ;E1' .. )1Err'. : : AUTO AND.
............:.....,......:....................... .-.:.. ISpecializing It: ;d6toa80r; .: :. l'
...... ............ : PHONE,373. .:; Z. BODY SHOP s ,
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e.S : ....., : Let Those Serve : : __ ...'....,..?: ..:' 1PHONE'T73Tr' ,:. : :. 603.OS GREENE STREETPhone -
MUMFORD I ) and-; ROSS Who Serve Best ; .I .e.I' ''t.,' .'1.""..' it.441..,..-...., ... .........................................-......

S !:GOMEZ ..: 220 DUVAL STREET : WE HAVE NEVER: ..,. in, ".1 \ y" f .,: !:"..::.:. .!.: ;..j\.......................................: : l :
'". FURNITURE CO.. i : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for ; : BETRAYED A TRUST. : : Women's. nlrl i' ; : -. .: : r' CAROLYN E.UJTY ,!r 'It
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!to ; 720 DUVAL STREET : Carrier Air-Conditioning : .: .:. : : .".. t ...;' 'r... : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. 1, f
Ambulance Service Children '
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Furniture .t.
: Jineiiile ; : t DONALD BARBER _
HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : 133 -for-Domestic.-.r PHONES and Commercial Use 8150 : Telephone 548 : .:' t .s.I II:" :'i'i'r: tS hlce'' I: .. ,.- We Specialize In : eo; ;
: : ..Y......... .............N................... : : Never Sleeps : : Appar 1'! .).i "Tias". : : 'Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing

:S- ; Plastic Axminsier Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum : ,. ...... ....... ............. .. ,.. ..r.:, .. ..,.:..'Jiv Ti&aS. :;.*._.....: .!............a1.*''*......!...'. "', f.-...... :';i'-J' '1'. .' i 175 ALL.TYrEll Or RKIR taR CVHTI _
.--.- .-..- -.-; -.- "..-....-----------------7.--............. .. .. ...'.{.{ naef utlCral. . .PERMA.MBKT WAVKS! ;
'. ': .1 .r. + ., *" ... w.- I.e.S...i....i... .. .............1.......... .
I : RADIOS andAppliances :t a. t am-............:.,\\\3t.!\; tWU I" 'MYERS',.T ." !.i' 'lif' ".."J.J..tDi; ;S tore'an'd." .'.4.-,'' '. .. ..... .;.......... ..........................\ t
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: -c: o : ; ] l' mn 1mlrg,,, # .- r BEAUTY ,
: I 6 t 'i eY'! Ai t; -- STELL'S NOOK f :
l .. 4.'t.: :( I,'t't ;',2'4:11. : ur' jr ,: : ,'Scientific Beauty Culture }., ;
Licensed : iSi'' '
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J "Terms Arranged"OPEN .: ). 'f'" \: '! : in All Branches :

... J MON.TILL and 3.00 SAT.P.M.. f4 t ; : :4fl1u1UIrC_ ',; Thoroughly Experienced ; 5r :
PAINTING Contractbr 4 :
.:- ....................... : : .* '. ruac 6 : Water Operators tI I :
.. .. I Soft Ut d Exdnslvely
: Telephone 3127,114 Dual Stn St. Jaffarsea: ,Hcll:f; *.;fi E Ei -. : *WKi"T'i' M,I" : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. 1 \/ :

;eaeeeei .............S :, J. Douglas Trevo ............. .................S1....... .gaW :; .: ...: .......................... .................. .
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is: : .PRICE TOURS j:,. 1829 Harris ATe. Key Wes*.;na. .: : 6i .f.' .5,A .!
7 .k' PassengerRepresentative : : PHONE 1374-n- : : HOTPOINT ... ..B.. .,p-i.t,I"I .. K1'W:.f e'51)"F'-I' j t Frances Beauty Salon : '.

.. '. : :: j .. .: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical'. Aip t \...':..f. ; r J : Frances Park. Owner : .
: toil : :Madtriica\ for Luniediatc i Dell s' N" : 1010 GnlNNELL STREET :
i : A-ran mmw .: : Wasliutg[ ft 1 ". ,. .

FLORIDA EAST : ....,................................... ... ..." .K....... .. : HOME APPLI NQ ?:;r t; ;..l e t.t OONClIiSIIEitI:.' : :' ....-,, t: N' Scanty Permanents Culture- Scalp in all Treatments its Phase :: .I '

: COAST RAILWAY ................... ................................... ; 605 SIMONTON; STREET ._ 1s 0 t,J.{ !'r-.. \- 't .!A.Iillie':. ; .. ,. :",: = : t Facials Shampoo Manicuring :

.. >Vow Located Heart Save 20% .: ....................._............*....................a............*...e'eee..i....ia.r!. %. ::1 \ -.;l.'mooAN.... ts". I;: :.v.......i......'..rot.).Appointment..........Phone.....1331....................!1 .
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on dwellings.nwrc Fire i Insurance : ... '.'''_; ': I" ,.................. -
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.'I. :' DR. COBO'SOFFICE : : : i Marl .4 .: ... -"- .. :
a n t i 1bldgs jan4cap1jg and 6p.fQJ i Nt C.J : 1 PHONE 1311
.. by INSURING withAtlantic | .l.5f', ,. Marion' .
:. : : house.hold : fc 'tt.-,,'\ .1 f :
and per. 'MutualFie I I Insnranc--Co. :. : .TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or sl"OO.PElt.$AC$;;..2-* Ip-i.! {. : r mJ
,. : FLEMING STREET : !tonal effects.. .. rf 'MAi} HAULC>. KM for 4 YARDSt, ; *, .y, Iup 1 JI ,Par! ; SALON : L.
: Rear of La Conch Hotel : 15% All Policies Non-Assessable : : k t J'ii! Caria .- :, Southernmost House in the U.SJV.
". : Save on ; : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread: -Very Reasonable.K ?C' 'i ...-. ." .a.. 'r i
I : : PHONE 124 .. : MercantileStock. /. L.tCrusoet; Ag .. Phone. _67.4:1':j ;.' .:t i1 l \ ".". t- .'' .s.. It{'j; I.aCID.
S: ;....................S '.>.................... ...1..f. .f...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeM. .. !: V. '" 'EE. "H: 1021Olt pnONE.I80l. <_v ..iStw.: ')+1/ .' Is S''::1'CG' .. ,cr, tQ1.") ;,;SouthSt..3 4"k '; 1 '::' ..Spot Mcchauical Reducing Massage 1\IaeLEVY METHOD\ i \

.., ..'. ............... ............ .. e.- ,I :} ''!R1.5: Al: :1, Complete BEAUTY SERVICE :
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... .' .. i, B.&B.: : CYCLE( SHOP : rj Fr.FMON'COFFMVSHW'l r'', 'e*,a aeiie' !. .=.t.J '..............................................
For More Nat
t : Ride the Bus lo. the : ; : .: C.. Tinting :
: DUVAL STREET sTAfE oral Hair :.
sc : GOLF COURSE Phone 1013 : ". } 'WA"E': :; .:-. I : Finest : '.:
l 822 Fleming St. H- M. Danieli.ProP; and .t" : t K?# or ; .
'. Open'Daily Sunday 1-, : .
Y ", ,. :,I'f'.tSJ: : : x Jn Permanent: :
.... CUshman Motor\ ,Scooters 5 P.M\ to 1 A.BL ; Waves '
: : : : : SERVING JJ. :"jt.I"+ ;:;'; 1". '..: .. .: : : ; .:
-.5 'rtr 4> ,. ,, '
f. Dinners -1 ;:: ..'. ;
.. Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE ... Ii... .:, i1.rt .: Beauty .
.. Also A La Carte and Sandwiches ,.?', "'... :":. .et t 1. ,. .

')): .... s RIDE AWAY.. .. ...............REASONABLE............PRICES-........:T.. ....:->>... :'" .ru'Ll: 2"1:, :" :- i Y a Colony ,
.t ; TAKEr .. ...................................i.I1lib.. 1 ". ",,a t'i A__ s s "' Ml Southard
: BUS ".-;, .. U1..!.swt:: "-,. t' ; '' Street .
HO Ut.1 : tt .. INSURANCE: ; :1 1 :;.':"; r ,...... :: : ; a#' Next to South. 1
to pia
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i Now you can nd an cconomeal !-/ : .;: r : a' Po ernmost Beauty .
; : GOLF 11 : Ciuhman Motor Scooter .m-.o.' '"f.: .-. -.5 School
'.' LINKS s while paying fot it .- and the .. : FIRE WIND AUTO "BONDSjV .'..,.. 4"'t. :.. v AU Licensed
44. : : money you of tve over .other .. : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE 'COVEflACE. ;,p .j':; ..;.. '\ .: : BeauticiansSpecializing .w
: t method transportation pays -. F
t :s :: Have Fun : t for-a fro. inlormaboo.BICYCLES>Cashm o.. for ;, Key West Insurance. .,Coj:.:;:17.1: ..r-...11ft.(t7' : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB Phase of ,
1 :..................... ...........5. ... .. ... .... :. :: 918 SIMOIfTON STREET, PKOXX':*';"lS7l'* .. | .'. '''' ''_ .Ut"ir:: ..,..*" ; ': Bea tyCulhue .
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i .. 'PATTON WINS OLYMPIC TRIAL RACE 1 1.P i Foreign Olympic Hopes :>,. -1 1,1 IIIIIIWiJlJlldliUJIIIlluubI1l1lIi. !'!"llmnmm. .
i Kantor's Men's ) T.* ,:TlieKejr W tner.: f NCc.s.

I Shop Belgian Skip F -. .. j ; iV.'p.
1031 Duvftl Street '
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Wins Over Elks Club Favorite Sport I :, .West and Vicinity:,tartly: DEFENSE TORCESPROGRAM

1 I I i"Soccer I chJwly with widely. Sc:1tlraJt. ; lOt6nmlw tl8tAnY!
SUBRON FOUR TEA1TAKfcS ,. showers today throu&hWednci-I '
AP t*4*sf.atitw t.(day. Not much temperatunI TU1SDAY
>2:00 P.M.Navy Wives S1fim_
SECOND GAME Games Tonight Bf ALFRED CHBVALBRUSSELS. i I i chance: ; Gentle to moderate eas *
I t-1:> taihg, VS. Naval Base Pool.
FROM VETERANS of! Belgium will enUr. .. and southeast winds occasionally. ;, 7:30:: P.M.-U.S. Naval Hos ital
Park fresh in' } en.
I At Bayview t : all the biympirt; corftiJeii: 1 sm :: Harty( jointly with American
FOREIGN WARS I tions except ; soccer-the most t Florida: Partly cloudy ''with! to i! Red Croso (2nd tTueadajOt

,I popular sport in ,the country. teal afternoon thundershpwer! ;7:00: P.M.--UJS. Naval Hospital
.Kuitor's Men's Shop wad over I I! Softball games scheduled! the for I 'Because soccer is mostly professional !f through-,Wednc'::day. Few show- 'i, Entertainers to Warcu ((3rd
the Elks last night in Softball at ,; tonight at Bayview are or semi-professional in j era southeast, coastal scrtionj : Tuesday).
Bayview Park and the Subroi 1 f i'iVXl -Flyers against Adams Naval Hostpital tx.t Belgium the country's Olympic| j Wednesday morning.' .Little. 'i! WEDNESDAY:
Four won over the VFW in the ': and the Dairy; I committee'[ coufd not organise -arjamatuer hcKange in temperature. I i 1:00:: .1100; P.M.-Balf4tds,
I> against Bob's Sport Shop. t I It -soccer team of Olympic East Quit of'Mexico and Jack. H
second game. I',1 In the opening game it is'' expected [ I I Ping( Pong.' Writing om.
in the first game, Joe Lewis I! that Frank Tynes will bi 'standards; In the other sports, Isonville: through the"Florida Showers. / -
started off a little shaky. In the i against Henson. If the< this I nation. has little hope of vie ,traiLs: Gentle to rhodVrat: 1 1j 12:30 P.M. Hospital Patients

first frame three welks and J a ,I pitted Flyers win they a half }tory. j wrhds, ar.':t to southeasterly, ovct: Fishing Party, joint rof ram,
double by Kelly scored tHree I from the rtantor's Boys in .! Best bet to have Belgum'i j'touth. portion find gentle .variable i it I NCCS YMCA and Red! Cross.
w runs. In the second a walk a I!second game place. t I II c"ice black, yellow and red colors i I mostly: southerly over north portion -' 1:001'M.Navy Wires': Ph *JcI -
raised 'on the Olympic mast .is< t I al Fitness
r hit batsman and three hits I In the second ,the< today through. Wednesday Class '
the Kantor'sboys. game Gaston Reiff,. quiet, red-haired 2:00: P.M.NaWh'es.. Club.
scored four for : Adams Dairy will play the.Bob's: Weather partly cloudy With few i
a stockbroker's clerk. National 6:30 P.M. ClasS. '
leaders. The. scattered showers and" thund.i i : Boxing
Sport she, league :, '
In the second a walk, E. Grif- the only .: record holder ift the 1,5002,000, 9:00 PJd-Dance.: Three Sharps
Dairy boys have won f! 'WIr2PIIUIUIMEL.PATTON 3000 and 5,000 meter Reif it,( IIRJacksonville ,
fin stole second and a single by runs : Orchestra. .
the *has lost I
game Sport Shop : td. Apalschicola 1 :
Solomon put him over the prate so far this year. Roberi&is sla- (right) pi Southern California wios 200-:meter: dash final in, Hh ;
and the .
In the third, a walk, an error ted to pitch against the Adams Evanston; Ill Saturday.. Barney'Ewell (second from right) of Lancaster. P u finishes fecond.. 1.500 5.000:at games! have been issued. ,,t Base Pool
time for J. OO meters is 3:48.4.: Wives.
and Navy
and double Pazo ,
a by a Boys and Sue Griffen for the 'Cliff-Bouzland (second' from left| of, the Los Armeies,\ A.C. Was third. .and Charles Parket, (left.) .. I .
"to about 4:05 mile: '
r triple by Dion four runs crossedthe I "' equivalent : -90: A.M. 5:00: P.M>-SeWing
plate for the Elks. .t Dairy. of. Texas .was .fourth. .. Among'the 10- track athletes .Heport: :: J JKey I. Machine. Typewriter Writ-

The last run for Kantor's was Belgium will send to the Gaines West, Fla. July 13, IMS': ing Room Showers.
x on a walk to Patterson a wild i Baseball Meet\ is .one other who may reach 'a FRIDAY .
; //Observation taken at City.Off ice.J. t
LOUISE. SDGGS TURNS PROFESSIONAL Basel! Site' Of 1950 final fean Dams, house 2:00 PJ.I.
A pitch and an error. -- a ,8:30AxItiLt EST). i I -Softball for Navy
At bat, Meador hit two in as For This WeekA # paihtef''.training'tor the 10,000rnItet Tfmrvratura" > *. ', Wives at Bayview Park.2. .:'

many times at bat. Dion hit two .; 1.: ;' ----.1: Battle !:. Highest yesterday- _. ---. 191Lowest ![ .*..00. PM.-Prenatal Class Department -.
Sn three times. In the field Pa- r j''i1' r, Gymnastics JBelgium expects to do well ifi "lasi pigbt .. .,. 82 of Health. Instruc
zo; Rodriguez and Dion was the baseball meeting is to be r water polor '-squad from -this ( \-. -.i /-' toI9:00.AJuf ,
1il1 I ZURlctt SwrtzerlaricL-A Me"ar _.: ., .._r 't,.. ._._ 80
called sometime this week to : ..finished second at .the | 5:60 ..P.M.Cewint
best for the losers. Kerr F. Las- < r : : : : :
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-"The world l
1950 Normal
tres and Griffin for the winners. determine the entries inn. the se -< .' i ; V 1 last European championship T ?- I' Machine Typewriter, Writing -*
nior baseball league of Key > '. .; in gymnastics probab\y]\ will be- and Belgium.plleed 'second at ,' Preclpitltloit: t > J Room Showers.
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Score: R. H. E. West. At the same time they t SlCL ; ;{. staged in Basel Switzerland. the 1912; 4920 and'1924 Olympics !t i5) l.l st 124 hours'OOvihs.. I. EATURDAT
Kantor's 340 01-3 7 2 have'arranged 'games' for Labor Originally 'by. decision ih and third in 1930. total"" this month i"_ 1.16. }is" ,; : PAL-Boxing Training. .
Elks 014 00-5 5 3. Day here and, at Lake Worth 1' .t yf- b{ t ta Prague in 1938 the competitionwas of the Belgian swimming Defidehty.thiq! :rnonth" ; ,11..i ins..,I ,'1:00 P.M. .6:00: P.M.-Dressing
.. Griffen- arid Fleitas;; Joe> where a club from Key West is to .be held in Switzerland team' will be Mrs. Fernado Careenwha Tqjaf .this y'ear _, '. ? l0.35.ia}I' ,. Rooms Showers for Batters.
Lewis and Dion.Threebase scheduled to go. in 1940, and war conditions l postponed willenter the 400. meters ;gxress'.thUyear.: -.' J3.73rirU.. .'! .' SUNDAY ,

<<; hit: Dion; twobasehits The Cuban Stars are scheduled I the meet until 1950, Switzerland freestyle'.rac.e.:. .. .. 'Relative.! !Iulttdit) f ,J0:00A, .--Communion Break-
: Lewis Pazo Kerr; stolen to play September 4-5-6 La- to select the vsite. Three weight lifters will compete .rt. 8:20! ,'A.M-, fast Whitehat Club U5. Naval -

i'' base: Meador; struck out: bLew > bor Day, and as' they are goingto awt o l11l11t1 taathun mhiwmnaNar'AnuODUpmm! i iWhat's i in London, paced by E. Ah 64 i,:,. i. Base.((2nd Sunday).
!; 6; bases on balls: off Grif- be here Saturday Sunday and K'y 4 ;' $ RY I l tart, heavyweight, who has .t Baroz eterqla f.I too: P. Picnic, Swimming
fen 2, off Lewis 4; time of game:: Monday at least six games can oK \ Doing ;I i good chance to cop honors. Al- Level) trt.; 14.M. .I Pool Wiener Roast. (sign up
1.05; umpires: Vilareal and Grif- be arranged with them so it is ) fi1b' at the lart has lifted 1,028 pounds in 30.00 1nS.JO.l. tabs.! in advance).

t fen: expected that every player in .4 I I the three Olympic"movements.. 't niort6w's Mmktsr ". '. Information services housing.f .
r In the second game the Vets Key West Will .have a chance to I ARMED SERVICES about as'much -any. 'one. in th; Sunrise *." .'4-5.4T: e.px f 1 f city maps.

scored two runs in the first on play. v 4 Y. t.C.A. world. Sunset! .' ..- ..- 7519: Pin.Moonrise Religious literature library,
+ one hit and two walks. They I .. :: fT'IV I' Jackson Square. Whiiehead I I Henry .Menten'de Horne vet- -: ..' Ii50.-p.rn.:: i,l telephones-stamps, wrapping and
added the second three eran' of the 1936-Olympics} will railway
one in on and Southard Streets Moonset 1 [.. =v' *2:36: .aJnTfOES .]r mailing packages express -
walks and a hit. City Recreation mlmlUl lU UIJIt.UUtlllDD1JIltllllUlUDJtJIllUIU." I I head the. .Belgian-: equestrianteam. : .::....-. .. .: .. }. service laundry pick-tfp;
j The Sub boys scored four in' I 6 I .. .' t,available to all defense forces
the first on one walk, one error J Tuesday lartsporalup. !, and their families. .
end doubles by McCloud 'and i 8:30 P.M-Little Theatre Group Tomorrow : MRS. E. S. coualILUf.I .
Program '
Downen. The Vets knotted.) the.I rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuf- I .. (Naval Ba.e)' I Executive Secretary.
courtt in the fourth on a field-' fle Board. en the Patio.Wednesda. 1 1. Went Bowling .Eastern Standard.Time) MISS HILDA CASTILLO.

er's choice, wild and i High Low
a pitch a Secretary.
single by M. Tynes. and Valdez SOFt ALL 1:00: P.M.-Fishing Party: Laval I N|W YORK.--( ?).-Fourlecr.i iI :? 3-5la.m.: j _. 10:57 aJn.4V.53 ..
scored.In I .BayrUnr Park fight 1 Hospital Patients. Joint Program of the college- gridders signed.: .,. 'pLfn. $).lOo.r;: .m.ADDI ,, The original color and lustet is
th%! seventh;; the Sub boys rONIGMT YMCA NCCS. I by.the New York pro football' =i i still retained in clay tile decorations'
s-e- _won the game. Foster singled to First Garner-Naval Hospitalvs. 8.30 P.M.-Ye Ole Country Party I I dizmts; to bolster .their sagging fIONAL. TWE. ,BATA 1 I f on Iranian. 'rnosques, built

cerileir Huffman sacrificed him I, VX.1 Flyers. r featuring Square Dana I attack of 1947 weiV playing In Reference. Station:*Key Weil I TOO years ago. ,
to secondhand Downen singledto Second Game-Adams Dairy ing Virginia Reels. I post-season last Jan.1 .- Tim of)rUlfih; of }!: T

left. 4 Foster.scored .the winning ; vs. Bob's! Sport Shop.. 10:15' :. PatIo P.M.-Weiner'Grille. Roast: .on the ,I And only bne-!'of the players. I StAtioftT1; ?
Honda" r
run/ TIIIJRSDAY- > v was bnlosmglteam JJon
Thursday : !
At but, McClure hit two safely First Game-Naval Hospital 1'r ,9:00 P.M.-Dance, John Pritch- tinger of Kansas which lost to No'Name'bririuoh tOm 0.0 ft. f BROADWAYCIGAR
and Tynes' hit in, two r- Georgia Tech in the Orange Key
one tripsto vs. Kantor's Men's.Shop.. .ard and His Orchestra. I !., 1wrst-ter 2b 20m :
the plate.In Second Game-ix ob'J r' t Bowl at Miami: .
Sport '----- Friday: Boca Chica -. J! STORE
the field. VillarealTynes, SubRan 4 j PJd. Pinochle.! .
Shop vs. t4f' 8:30
< ) : -Brjdger .
Point 40m .
Valdez and Mastens were best (Sandjr )-Oh .
I for* the losers and Fonte, McClure JULY 16- ,; LOUISESUGGS'( ) of. Uanta and Carrollioa. Ga. the U. S. : Movies. Ray Got Hot :aldes Channel ,i '610 DiivoJ) Street

and Matthews for the First Game-VX-1. Flyers vs. and British Women's-A? Amateur; Golf champion has turned BTO- I Saturday .north'end). ....2h 10mf. 1.4 n.1! .
8:00 P.M.-Movies.
winners wer best. Elks Club. fessionaL.She' her new boss. Henry P. Cowen: president CINCINNATI., -- (AP).- Raj ;oOo ".
Second Game-VFW Adams 10:15 '
Score: R. H. R vs. of MacGregor-Golf. lac of Cincinnati after, signing a pro- 4 4felsional the Lamannd hustling catcher for tOTE: .
VFW. 210 101 0-5 5 1 JULY Dairy. .tcnitt ct..with the company. The sign. ._ patio.. Sunday Cincinnati Reds drove in seven (-)-Mlnus. s'gn: Correction.'
SubRon 4 400 010 1-6 5 0 19- t took in Atlanta. ,, in one inning whilt to be subtracted. ,
I ing plate : The.trophy at left Is the British wom 9:45 A.M.-Java Club discussion runs I
(1 but when winning First Game-Bob's Sport:Shop +>--PltJs sign: Corrections lobe
run -At playing for Muskogee of tht
en's Amateur cup:, right is:Ihe U. S. National Amateu=dup.: Group. SCORES
Harris and J. Villareal; Brcm- vs. VFW. : Western Association in 1939. La added j
--- -- _.. .- .-- ---- 1 1:00: A.M.-"Go to CHURCil '. :
met, Powell and IIuerta. Second Game-VX-1 vs. Kan --- PartieS." manno.drove.ou't twp 'riome run .MHodrrm.Mittrtk = ., .j

T.wo-base: hits: McClure 2, tor's Men's Shop Woman. Makes Connie Mack's 3:00: P.M.-Classical Hour se- in theTini 1g-abe; with the base .( POPULAR BRANDS ol
.Downcn: stolen bases: Foster, JULY 20- V lections announced. .- tilled, the other with two on. I (ft)-t eel .
f Tyfies.. Maslens, Valdez. Caldwell First Game-Adams Dairy 'vs.! I and Cold
his'second in organize Cigars
9:00 P.M. Fellowship Hour on was year
: sacrifice hit: Huffman; SubRon 4. .; Good Hunter.j' .r Eleven A's, : the Patio.- Community Sing basebalL Iii British show; business, a. I
strUck out: by Harris 3. bv Brem- Second Game-Naval Hospital tag Beatrice Moreno at the ,--- anger of musician who per- I
mer 8; bases on balls: off Brem- vs. Elks Club.' MOSCOW- -Dawn of 'the PHILADELPHIA. (AP). Piano.10OOP.M.. Milk is cabled the most nearlj :orms well is known as a-' nie? I.I Drinkseo
t met 10, off Harris 5; time of JULY 22- East"' tells how' a ''woman huht-, Connie :Mack, the only : .Coffee Hour perfect! food.., noise .
manager ........ ...,. ., _.
game: 1.15; umpires: Villareal First SubRon 4 .6: -- -- ---- I
Game- vs. er;: Mauya, Nytenbexit, 'returned the. Philadelphia Athletics have G. S. O. meetings Girls' Ser-
r and Griffen; scorer: Aguilar. V.F.W. from a oJ:1ewoIJan"hunting: :Itrip'. ever had organized an Athletic vice Organization), every 2nd '

Second Game-Kantor's Men's Into the deep; north,tundra withj footbal team in 1902. The team and 4th Monday. ,
Shop vs.' Elks' Club. the. following which ;:she herself included. Rube Waddell in the Game Room: Chinese 'Chedf ,

How(; They Stand JULY 23- bad, killed; ,and Jbrougbt.home':: \i lineupAfter defeating Pitts tars, chess carets, ping-pong pool ffrsf
First Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs Fourteen white polar! ; bears.-,10.":burgh which had Christy Math- 'writing. desks library, current 9ude6ake4 wfhNew
Adams Dairy. seals. 12 .. .* ewson at fullback Mack claimed 1 magazines, 'various table games, t
t Florida-hiterni Second Game-, Naval Hospital'is. W men Centered.: the hunting 4! the pro football champio hip etc.. .
Baseball ;:onil VX-1.. business during ,.thewar. Manyof 'of the United States. :l n 'li Showers' tens\is rackets golf ,
LeagueClub.i JULY 26- 'them proved excellent shots i clubs; i ;fishing.: lines, cameras. elcsl'
; W. 1. First Game-NltVal Hospital Vs.. and-hunt ers. and regained in'-the checking service film service, new i949t fl' (

J lI.lvana __ ,61 35 pelt Kantor's Men's Shop. business. J i Maybe It Was<<1ft mailing and wrapping, packages. '..
Tampa. .56 38 .596. booths,
Second Carrie-SubRon 4 Vs. receiving messages phone fit'. '

Miami Lakeland Beach._ SO 47 46 ..5211 JULY Bob's 27...Sport' Shop. 'I WILL }'OU'S.tIiLE'" ?' .. A .Ghanhel i at: stamps available railway to.SERVICE express PERSON service .. design New sizes 'New wheelbases!, "! .

Sl PetersbUrg ..48 47 .505' NEL. .
First Game-VX.I'. Elks Bad : *
( West Palm Beach44 5-4 .449 Club. Not-So .: : LONDON- Miami .41 53 .436 Second Game-Adams Dairy -\ "- -" *" i are going in for cross iQjnnel Gerald Pinder-Program Di- _\. :-,. .

Fort Lauderdale;; 3:3: 63 .34.1 VI..V.F.W.. ; What's' the ,differeftce.between !swimming these days. A holiday rector. ; .
a icloud and, a beatfehchildfOne ,cruising .boat picked one iip, Lillian WeaverSecretary.Doreen -
Major\ Baseball LeaguesAMERICAN JUNIOR SOFTBALL pours* with ,ram and :the 4 two miles t. A bit bedraggled, Cruz InformationDesk
other. roars'with. pain. pUssy purred its thanks. Aide.
Bayview Park. Afternoon -

Clewe.nd Philadelphia Club-} _.. ._ V d._.....__.45 48 W.32 28 L. Pet.600.610 Daily play.and Morning These Stars May\ Shine A| Olympic Games !

New York h_. --.44 32579 TENNIS
Boston .._._. .. .._..39 35 .527 Batvlew Park. Afternoon
Detroit -___.__.39 37 .513 tad Night 9F
Washington, .. ____.34 42 .447 Daily play.
St Louis .-_._ VV..28 45 .384 1
Chicago .V23 49 219 SKATING } y
Club NATIONAL W. L. Pet FRIDAY-Bayvltw Park. Night ;

Boston _.--.- .. 1.- _46 31 .597 -' .
to 9:00: "
Pittsburgh_ .39 35 .527 -

St. Louis --...--:'_._39 36 .520 I I .

Brooklyn New York.VV-.36 noo___ .-__.35 37 37 .486.493 II Municipal Stadium AJletaoon 'f ;Ad its -debit, '"ts not available! in any ,

Cincinnati .____ _. 37 40 .481 SUNDAY r,- --- ,..-.. rr "" (-- _. ;. t'etlicr; trucks' .-. .. cab -$t enclosed f.l
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Mel Patton Bansh# Daye Bolin 77GJ.Dodds ( dtorfl Ftorcdtn, jw f.
Philadelphia ..__n_ ..36 42 .462 To be announced. I i EfageC *
Chicago -_.33 43. .434 Army Barracks. Afternoon 1._ Sprints SpciatY 400 Meters'gS00 "'erers.Sl.e. led1 f ;tPoti Ydvh:3-: t1I if- ..& :. .. 22.8: % more window and wind -

shieltl vision!
Softball Leagues be announced. ... a

ClasS -A" Allweathercomfort that's .a ;driver's

Bob's Club-Sport Shop __.19 W., L.1 Pet.950 Cultural JamboreeGENEVA dream!! Amazing handling tdse! woturj ususr woes TO utvicri

VFW. .____ ____ 10 11 .476 Switzerland.-(APBritish ). = t vLty4c t: trrtbsedt bond it ...itS ...
Adams Dairy '...____ 7 13 .350 French Italian and Come in now and see' this Studebaker, \':':...n;:':' :: --f,'
SubRon Four __ 5 16 .238 Swiss / ....-M t.ab6.e Md1f eM dais p...1 }
participation is
** anticipated super line for 49! .. ... tth i .
C1B here in the third international ;
Club- W L. Pet musical. artistic and literary
Elks) Club _. 12 7 .632 meet (Recontres Internationalesde THE TWINS GARAGE j .
KroUor's Men's Shop .11 9 .550 .Geneve) September .
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VX-1 Flyers ..9 ..560 I affair consists of exhibitions; I Kebert RichardsChorfey FonvilU Bob M jJhi s."MorrisonfoiHo'rf'fafr Meadows "kv".Moni*cheii" 1-- 1130 Dr_ Street' Telephone 169 .,1. :

Naval Hospital 6 13 .316 I! concerts and lectures. I I _f-*- Vault Shot Put Decathlon' High' Hwrd;es ooh Vavft Oetat hl.n ., .. ''" .,...

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-r BILL LEE 1 1t rTO STRETCH or not to stretch ,'N. Y< :V-Cof- R 4
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skin always has been a lege students are flying bund on 3 ,
t The U. S. Navy has a numberof controversial, subject- Some, long make-believe Cl'OStry $\epwt- :
drawbacks-such as the one r doctors and cosmeticians claim flights in studies to'ra&ke .
which ,sends officers and men F that sTretehmc" km and muscles t night flying safer. They "Ay" in ,t S'I.
all the do the ofhe' face and throat,will help Link, '
|v over map.: Rarely I Ia trainer, guided by instfu- .. '
| } tt keep skin young and flexible improve t .!.
|f Navy personnel stay baser than ments lighted with different colors tr.
two years in'one place. They are texture. and color and4im:: ( and different! intensities of '"'-. .. / .
f transferred to sea and then back the contour. Other say no.: jligh t.. The purpose, is td "" ... -. I :':
for a two-year stay at shore: Of course, fecialexezcis6.akgdcannot ) much or how little lighft is \. : $
duty. f improve your complexion; I needed to light airplane cockpits "{. r't 1
Comdr. Carl A Johnson. USN, f You also must observe the basic i efficiently, and what coJrs roaV > ,
faze, r principles of correc tcleansmg. > .,:
was luckier than most sailors. reduce fatigue. While it ..pilot .
When he completes his duty That means thorough cleansing at needs enough light to read rut -
will r f, least iwice 'a day; '>::.'" .
here on Friday he have I instruments quickly, the light -.
been here two years and a half. Use a mild complexion soap should not be strong enSugh to ., t YI .... .' '
He has been executive officer of thadoes"\ not irritate. There are jnterfere with his ability Its see ,4. ..
' the Naval Station.. mildly medicated coaps which are I objects outside the cockpit-4' v: s.- ,I ',' e'
I s; x highly effective. in clearing< up :: I
T1I miss many of the friends The project is headed by Dr. ,i ,I I
the good friends I made here, t blackheads and pimples. In ,the |S. D. S. Spragg assistant professor '
said: Comdr. Johnson' the other case of such'skin disturbances I of psycology at the University "
day. PUFF YOUR CHEEKS you may safely use an emoltisnt of Rochester, and was un- ;; I r-
The folks who attended the Alternating sides ointment containing sulphurated dertaken for the Air Material ,
by the Key West %. petrolatum and' oxyqumohne; Command f .L g r
plays given at Wright Field .'et' 20
puff right, ,
1 Players in the Barn Theatre I i suggest skin doctors. i
know Comdr. Johnson well- times. _NIIey I 1 '
and like him. He was a familiar ,
E around the Barn. .L..... __-"-- West la'Days

When you drop something say Gone B s" -'I
a pick into some wires struncacross' )

why you the can trench do a in.lot the of street dam- AS' TAKEN: FROM FILES "'OfTJffi I v ; tWy
i4'e CITIZEN 'OF ri ,
age.Workmen JULY IX. 1938, "- '. ,,:, "" .
are building a new | .
sewer in Ann stret right along rr -" -: :. .. c'; i_ ..' ; .
side The Citizen office. A work: ( r tt s Pr I :1\
City Tax Assessor- gijeetor ; 4 : ., ,. -
man for the city swung his pick. "" IF .i -
The pick went through a cable Sam B. Finder; who was operated : -
of the Southern Bell Telephone I l on in the Marine HospitaILafew ,: :
days ago had'recovered sufffreinetly 't i
Company and. presto 26 telephones '
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including those at fire t this morning to teturn. 1 'I, ._,' ,,
and police headquarters were to his home. 4 -
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rendered useless. aBEND ; -
s Tentative budget for,tha'eonmlag ; L W
Howard Oberlin, manager of k _
the telephone company, was '- HEAD fiscal year will be the:'thief .'
told by an operator that a number ? then forwardand matter discussed tonight ?t a !\
.of out of order. DRAW YOUR MOUTH meeting of the Monroe county "
phones were
; from side to side., ' the had Ann a hunch street the trench.troublewas He ,, .'. to the left aide Slowly 'Stretch. )t comirnssioners.: .1odn r't .ij.' :' I S :' American printer writer patriot I
Saunders of
Joseph ; ,
immediately went to the spot as far as it gill go. t .
where the pick felL Key West and now'Fort'Everglades
Oberlin clambered into the Then right. L where he is, the<',agent "
trench and began at once restor- a for the Florida Fast 'Cost Jfciil- diplomat' and physicist .
ing the service.. It was resumedin road Mrs. Saunders and five :
two hours to all the tele- jr. .'children whohad been here:vis :
phones affected by the accident. I iting relatives returned ,today. 1 1i -

[i to their home. t ;;.. ;-.,. .
Richard O. Freeman js. a house -- -: ; ; : .
wrecker. He was engaged in W1 : 4 Yr The Stone Church r :; xvlce c' -" : ,, : :: .- ..' < :/ ,is: i
wrecking an old biulding at 422 Club received a letter.-;t day _' i-: ";;: :. -
r o 1 r from Senator Peppef ia which
Southard street. He rumaged : :
be ,said he is working ,to eta :
the .
through an old dresser on
second floor and found a box. merchant marine training I \ : part its proud; l heritage. From 4I
He shook it ,and it sounded like .. school for Key West. .... Benjamin'
money.Then he'opened the box. He A sL Governor Cone today directed)e S ) : his small Philadelphia print-

found the box was filled with Criminal;;Court Judge j>WilliamV ,

t Then.what the he went"acrOss took to be old the eo streetto ns. 'I preside-Albury in to the go criminal to' Tampa, t>> 1 I ea-r-ly}
a barber '''shop and everyone these, in the 'trial ,.of five men : .

fell money.too-, looking for some real :. charged houses.with"ThetTampaMudge.operating: 'gambling .. 1 0 ,At 16, I he ,became !the ':.." :- ; plants of today, skilled 'craftsmen N

All they found was one franc ---.. was disqualified by (the.supreme I .
piece among the number of old TURN YOUR CHIN 'O'O;. t I '' : ,t : court on motion..of.,atjorneyjj for 1 editor and publisher of his 1 have continually striven !I
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slugs.; Freeman gave away the Bend head to shoulder I ;, the defendants who ;.clanped ;
your ,Grasp chin ;tclth hand? was prejudiced against''them.;'. 1 "' '
franc.For right' and then j -- ,.,, own :for and perlecI I
really struck a while some I thought'oM treasure I had left.,- 'f'Qr.jllf' fortcard andbackacard. ,;* Mrs. C. C.-Haul ;:the former,. : 1 I newspaper. ., improvement

said Freeman.* : Big-,---.:,-I---, -=-.-- _. .,'!. Sophie and her Quintans two children Jof'Key are". guests West, To Franklin, ,American pub- ';. ': ,: tion in 'the technical art ofprinting. I

E. H. Lotz is a retired engi ts of Mr: ,and Mrs. Sebastian Ca; 1 ,;

ment neer.;He looking tired of around his retire-for ': ZIP--THEY F'iTj! :: i i brera of Southard-street.-i ., .<' 1 fishing and printing owes, in: :;.: :; .: ,'

something to do he came to Key I Mrs. Malcolm Pierce" MrsC: 1. ;: > J(
;Ralph Smith, and Mrs. .JohnAl ,
West after ending'nt'atly all I I :' ; '. .':: .;,if .
his spare time, m,-other partsof NO ALTERATIONS < news for till fifurf: I:bury, will entertain'.at s 'sfknror 1 : q : !t'
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the y'ties i. tomorrow afternoon in. Ijonortof : :
world and was smitten a group of new : 1 : J' ;' '
by the exotic plants the tropical skirts; slacks shorts andpedal'pushers MBS Dorothy Johnson. .whowUbe | I : ) ; i- ,
foliage the flowering trees. he ; married. to Wilbur Thompsonthe ,; : ; ,
found here. ,,with a/f/ujf! ', latter part ,of",this,months":. 1 ,-. ., .. .' ', ,.' .';:.!..' ;' ;-.,:;.:,-. ,
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So he,struck the idea of able tcaistbands. A horizontal -, : -- '
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identifying! the names 'of the S Today The Citizen says In,an 1 '>: :, + .J.--: + : : ..> t.- : '
ripper adjusts fa any .editorial paragraph '* :.&,. ', .. .
plants, the tress the shrubs. : I '" ,
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t waist measurement. '. '
Now in cooperation with the Slack'salso "In the old days a girl:married 1 : .' : .
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comp for home, and ; "
a stayed.there"
Key West Hotel and, Restaurant in three length*, I I t
Association ,he is setting aboutto /ors fa/7, medium and I short

put aproximately 200 signs. t all. Pictured are-skirt and Director Not 'So" :S tJmoL'han
On each sign ,will be the name : .
of the flower, the tree the shrub sliorls.: Both are designed tl ; ; I"I"o'

4 and each a flower will be a placed tree and alongside a- by Ann Marie -' t Expert At',Home. 5 Fore thirty ..y's' THE ,. R IA1RE\: !has spared ,

shrub."I intend to go into back yards I : ANN ARBOR .MiV.tr1Ayk ,,S 'effort to produce only the"highest qualify printing. achli!
where I find something to inte- ; director of the Institute
rest me botanically". safd Lou .for Human. Adjustment ."of ,the. receives the full benefit of
F this week. Til put'up signs indicating 1z University of Michigan' -has.. .a job;, large or small long experiencein I'I'I
I the of problem of his own to jolvey .
the flowers,*common the trees name, the : His wife' Helen,..'was l recently r ,I the trade. ; .
shrubs. The signs should be. a Y granted a dh orce after she testified I
good tourist attraction." i court. that Tibbrtts- Kepi ,. .
its a good move Mr. Lou and a "record of her fault?.., during -

we appreciate. it. aL YAv twenty. years of marriedlife.f ,
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We just learned the name of A 40-pound penguin eats more I
the I than six pounds of fish' every
ship that
New York marine ,consultant: a day. With THE ARTMAN\ PRESS, your personal Q l and your business S
hopes i
to operate as a ferry from
Key West to Havana.: It is the. Isrllaa R N.. s, ,

Cavalier. Webber says that it STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE 1 will be- 'handled EXPERTLY. fc
will cafcy X4W passers. 10 I TRIUMPH : pruning requirements: SWIFTLY
cars. said that additional COFFEE "
r space for 88 more cars can be .and ECONOMICALLY.\ "
MILL- : -
on-the ,
provided I
ship later. 1 ; '
In talking the matter over at' \, _

with officials of the Key West AOTCrocergGARDNER'S ,S .. .. .. .. .

said Chamber he would of Commerce wait to see,Webber how :.':, ';.: :. ...'. ,iii.. -,l,,> -. .y...... -)..,,.1'\ ." _' ,O'>"eo"," ."" .J.
the Gulf Atlantic Transportation :' It ,' ;< ? j ,-" -; ', S
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Company comes out with the T1 -, .' ,, J .tiiI ,' "
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proposal) to ;the Maritime Commission
for a loan to cover the ,

cost of the ferry. .. -- The Artman Press
The Maritime Commission is .. -- -'
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still considering the porposaL It I.
Your over fellows A f' :
seems the Maritime Conumsson! Horoscope \t your very slight /lit VTAMIN$ ,
is unable to get quorum- to( tattle favorable aspect would. -overcome km.e bt aieadsi sa basa' :
the Havana ferry matter. It :TUESDAY JULY 13. 1948-: this .lack. s doa,pia liar asd 1a. H
has before it the' consideration .'This ua very strong day giving)I'quick In recent r'' 7r.$2.59a$7.9 4-: *
of an official of'the commission perception great adaptability years Americans1 gavtchUrthes >? '
turning dawn: the proposal. I to conditions and a very and 'weU e. Jinstitutions CITIZEN t.: '
able nature. You should succeed: i little more than 1.50' out : BUILDING : PHONE 51
The Appalachian Trait stretches in many ways as a teacher or a of every $100 of their expends: PHARMACY ,k : "
2.050 miles from northern Georgia trained but ''though thehopes tures considerably less than they tnt DiTgion gu: Cor..Y *U
to north-central Maine.1 will probably be realized' there spent'for either tobacco or alcoholic PHONE 177 TKE& DSJTERY .-_ : ;
winding through 13 states. may. be no great pre-eminence be raleii. <. .. .
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|1H{ Mining I, LOUISIANA 'GIRL MOTHER\ :' AT .12'; -'-.. ',I 'Invisible I -vv-T>to s- .i' Two Vliciclcs] ,*r p;:,%" !! rmy dLd Russia'-'!'rics i To !1 1\\iriLLYOUSMILE; : ? }r

4 :, Slows Down Led fI-lim"To' Jail Oiie ,License ., Ins. racoon. i "":'"Branch'"' ) WI'scat'Possible. ; f

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Lt; JiAlAP'A: -doctor! ..... !i A Columbia professor now;
In Australia CLEVELAND O..-.Leon J. MOSCUWLAP): Experimental

has 'been sent to jail for a year BuividasV 26, might have 'gotten opines that the sum of the part
for x-rayins patients with a machine away with! operating two- cars work pa "branching may be greater than the whole.
SYDNEY Australia.-AP- wasn't whcatV: .which "Socialist ;
that working. Agri-
with'one license plates 'jf he .had ti1vt "He must have tried to put.:
Gold" production in Australia 11; i They became suspicious when made the mistake of culture, describes, "a wonderfully -
'not parking
still' declining, 'although expertssay they received bills "fo t radiography olives back into a
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is carried
the' being
autos together. ; on
a.great fortune is waiting to ,- but ,flo.xray photo- noticed the I II' iir the USSRi bottle"e
Police autos, '
'be mined. The'output for April grapKs. 'They fI1li fcd the help' both I'I'I
was 61,036 fine ounces valuedat ofi another 'doctor who.sent his plates -bearing the came: I Last ,year a small amount of COME and SEE OUR '
2099520. In March it was ,as stanl'! in the guise of apatient.: number, and charged Bui das thenew wheat was; ,: planted in
85.007 ounces 'and in April last H ""discoyerjBdV broken. f ila- with operating a car with f dl- the Borispolsky. region of Kiev. QUALITY MEATS i
year 6656. Although still greater nt... r1 t;! '. ;ious pates!" tn1'.<1J.:iAVriII.. 4 bnly' one This ,year about two hectares

than during, the war years the 'ww- t 1: In...addition tothe'yearin pri-: ISte. ,. :::2',1 EALLOf were planted on a collective. Groceries-Vegetables
production of gold is lower than sb j thcr.Havre Criminal"Courttetecedthe ;+ farm near Kiev
pre>War.: 'gures' : In 1939. 1,645- 'fersrtloetot4to pay Sue tlGrrtuiab bn Der..earl Wt Carry
Finds MHlfons\
697'fine ounces were produced, j $.000 'franca tXabtJuV' 7 9 orlafs e ;they'll alwayi.ktttti' pee-. .' Adams Dairy Ice Cream
but last ,year: Ihe total output i ) 'damages; to his;duped J cli' : tale! nlaea..r. 7".Thieves ::'- STOP ITCHING ;
was/downto' 1,088,003 ounces. j \ ... t Cut WirhlcssLOS ( CHECK ON OUR PRICES
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1WKyears' ;; 'ago*, (the Pomeranian' : ..I: '.4.... !): '45-year-old mailman, found* a r 'Liqll (i' Booty ad neat to while gettwg ptMMnt,n leather In it ;check
: case. .. was ,a =
was' described in an cncyclopedia' GRAYS
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as' being "larger than the'common .. ... .:, ,\.: -j'J).c r s for' 9060916. t .
: lie took it to .a nearby bank. BAYONNE N. J. -' Thieves
favor demanded' sheep dog a ;smaller but public dog(j 6 L 0r'. NhVT: YOIUxvTlSqytSs who "where a girl' messenger arrived to who broke into the cellar of Ben- :.. 1IIJ111141N1Utn1UMI$ 111; HIIIIlIIlIlIllllllIliIlIIlJIi! !! !! !! .

and..breeder:; set about reducing I Iit knopiMirs'twps rsre5t( tof-, claim jt. A" Federal- Scrv' of- nie Olszewski.' tavern keeper.
'.until today: the average fice of ttt v ;Y.9tkp.Ct>mf fjcial --aid; the check was nonnegotiable where he stores his ease beer,
weight'of(' Pomeranian, is 7 panY-p'rif: ;: : stol \tMamps yaiue it'bc.tween .:: ," 'a "routine-. draft :;forUansferring. :: drank four bottles of the brew The MAXWELL CO. Inc.
pounds.*. .' =f $.7J>,00(> and! 8OjOO.Oi" funds 'from..'b i:b.Bank before' ..d ciding to remove, two ,
r [ n$3rcs:: -afUable 'to- UCo.'Fed- of well-known brand.Olszqwski .
;: A.duliali'; became ruler of Trans- ,, ,$%tafhpS the thiei-ps; selectcd 'erat' Resorye Bank! '.,).'' I' keeps 'the beer in '''J \-. .Specialising! in

j jo'nlaij 'inv 1921, with a monthly j. y ; 4httwp,.LQn; ,ming)te''' -mostvalulbletitems three separate! sheds and the -Y \ Ml ,Types of

salary-of.5,000. pounds paid him 1:'r'nn '-. ... :WILL YOU 'SMILE? guzzlers broke :'into.cad of,;them '.,.,.. Hotel Restaurant
:M' ,.. ', before deciding the beer :
bthe'EnglW1. r FII.RS. J- ." ...........:.. upon "' ,- *Tf .;" I
The. saying.-"Eternal vigilanceIs zr __ 1ttern F I fuW: sip yt=tke.'slUl. ,: :II e]pi)1g) ,I. do 1 1t '1 they'pre" erred.- .f ,I tWedged and BarEquipment

price': ''of liberty." is credited to ",' ,,wasataiilgcRft the\cfe4.. ,vftjirdv ; 4I'hel > Between l S

John ,Philpoto Curran ((1750- ,}c.. .,"'.11tk-. imio.. k : .".".:(.WA.'" >'",-." ......1......._.., _' .I't.::,: ) : i.pOU_ it 1 Joct cya'i !4tr ed j
Irish ,
1817)'a, ); famed judge.iiilvani NOW AT HER HOME in Fairfieid.Alpha La> Mrf.-Maztha.t, ; ,- hvoh; >an' at least +(.fwic9his .
McCart. 12. holds baby born t. her':at a 'hreYepbj'hospital t and.WiII;.t.' .:, 'wclgnt! ; ''After the'_i cereni0 y.'he 2, .Walls;, Saved
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Mountain in Colorado June- 27. Her 20-year-old husband. William,,'admires: ,'"hi*;!, en* I asked' ome;of'the guestlaadfopJover : ; ,
arid'the'town; of Harvard in Wino I Vt right. -CAP IPO > *' ; ; '; .his.fJ ( The'-b tintan.luoked' : JERSEY CITY. N. J. TVmle '

$:'arc' named' after the univer- ": ,. r-a$ :iv...,.; y Fine-Difukdrs., "doubttutrJlanks. *. v chasing,'a ball. Eugene Pcma- "W. are. now,In th 'position to sere your needs with any

.' sity.; '" ; /-v;''''' ;'_ &-. '? 1t. I-* ,. Sammyfie: : "vsaid"but ,; ;rest 14,'fell between.the walls bf frp.of_ equipment you may need. '
S t.l WA A r PP&ndr.lA'pf: ; ;:-*., after all: if* kind *>f' late,: two .one-story buildingsand; .Wc-caa: fully equip restaurants with all necessary raqulra-
"There. are between 30 and 40 8 l i ltllustiacxg'vc'hir) drink'!and Maybe your' wife "wouldn't approve -'. worked for, an' hour' to "demolish- .ments, which Include '.
millionArabicspeaking people fail'-V' get,,8"ng'ith i cir wiyeS"' of" company, this hour." could, not wiggle out. 1
but- only'about 13 million are f arc head Joy:: '*:&Hmon3Mr.load"yin The Jockeyshrugged. ;' I A police ''emergency1 squad GLASSWARC, ( DISHES SILVER

racially.Arabic, 1 t Yr laqdA| : .new'section'of''Poland's ."Oh, I don't 'expect you.chap I'''I' part of the wall of one,-lwilding '. KITCHEN EQUIPMENT
marriage laws'provides; to stay long,'*' he explain ,"'"An before the boy. could free "him- ,
jYork local i I'
New Isales'tax percent that a>court. ''rnay,order: all I wages I want is for you to help met self. lie was unhurt c&cept; for; '
yielded. some $50 million I or othef' <(financial Income -orn.. carry the bride-across. the thresh-t''i minor cuts -and bruises- ': RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES

last.. year.. drinking'hp.>band, to be paid ful hold. = :

.ol King:i '"Feisal-of.Iraq introduced 05. _,in.',.part'tog. y.wi.rc. .. : i f, I Galjeio. who. was born l in Pisa} ', MAXWELL CO.

iC. i- Italy- used the famous.tower to Th, Inc.-
thePsjdara'atall. black doubly '
I Too Efficient( demonstrate his that
.vu SMILE? : ,
indented 'batas the national f
; IIY- i- '/ f objects of different weight fall at ..*.. furniture and Furnishings,

headgear." 4 ._- I Po' Grandma: ,.( "i| ROCK ISLAND IJL->FifemenVu ,the same :'rate ,of speed. 9 j. ., PHONE SI2903'fleminj -
cre a little efficientfeccnt'lyto
Pjgeo'ns and starlings do not '!f it brads well in Stz..t..'Corner Margaret Sb K.yNest/ t Fl..
follow 'tegularmigratory cycles A;> edfu; n, .a! a Dinner) +tt fd \to -suit the palkoff 'Iron and. Became captivity -'
like' other birds:' j listened:.I-, a;.::jalkativ JJ ,Metal ,Company,: :. lions' 'sell tozookeepers f requpntjy -' ''1 OiEI11k111111A1i111VE1"E"TIAN, "
HLIND5Il11111I11iflIIIIiIP( !
The b nn.oldautorrtobil for as little as $100. ,
vltaad. much't& firm Was fl1j 1g' # '. .
say '
.Rubble scrap tonnage in the ---- ,-, L. "-, ... "r ..' Darwtitt 2f td his} "'P gir n\, fciesr. ,-Sp .:,
United Statesand British zones .r.:1': : ?,, ... u. .-,t 't- -. :f!. 1"l. iiC.'gthe'jrrt. tafried'Jn-'alarm. .
of .jinnzny, in damaged or destroyed at i'a.ce';. .">.c j ::, arg ';.-: "her firemen'had.VeJiniuihcd., $ '. nI
railways, bridges and the R.. .. .: .. .. :.,... \: "What difference, it would maketo ':1111'baie\ ;'bcfovor anjr.otfici=! ,
like estimated: at from 4 to 8 13'413.D" : me jf : als could' tel lthem they wanted,
tnjt. grandfather was
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million! tons. ., ,i an .age."o 6' ._,', to' burn, the.| ;car.: .:*.?4r!" 'J I t
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The'American Guild of Oragan- : ;. '1 .tari'f'see' tlia*.4*..wpuld. In decorating walls: with :clay
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The' Memorial Am A LOW RANCH-STYLE dwelling designed. to face north "
'phitheatre Commission, created to give the living room and dining room a southern view x

.by Act of Congress in 1921 reports over the rear terrace. Plan 72 by Walter T. Ajoicka arcttljtect. ; : .. .
what 617 Forest Are- Ann Arbor. Mich.. this house Ite :
annually as to inscriptions can ;
1 s ka, "YoVve: never .astedi'a. M)1 k...Pike this :: ,
,i tablet, busts or other built with or without a basement. The utility room .ad- #
memorials shall be erected; and joining the kitchen would provide space' for cellar stain.: before. Every bottle c niains.fhj: cqurylatent'
the bodies: of what dead members Ample room for a work bench: and garden tools .is planned :f bra .t .. r. S
of shall be entombed. at one side of the garage. which has an' ntrT from both+ + >rt r ,x juici' ''conte'nl t of onewhole_ l sun p yN ;r.
the covered front and service vestibule 'rh.'oust '
porch 'drenched Florida It's extra
Black diamonds used in indus- ordnge.
try-as abrasive found hardly coven an area of 1.280 square feet. The architect suggests ,
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with roof-in contrasting colors '
an asphalt shingle
America these Italian orphans were rescued from starvation? in and,YOUth.
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The .,troubles between<<: India -- -- '- -- tune; Ycu can share-in helping restore the health' and"save theli1'ts t
and Pakistan is disrupting the About 60 million quarts -1:;' The common cold' is res toPsi-I of millions of other youngsters by contributing- to the Crusade -.
sending of jute to market. I 1- 'I for Children ot.American Overseas Aid-United Nation -Appeal Ho fizz to fool taste Cobbs.Orange
I milk are delivered daily' to bleor rowe, le$\man-days: of for Children State Treasurer. W. H. Barnett J3&rDeuN your ;
At the U. S. Patent Office, I homes through store I work-atound 'BOO1( \mi 'ion-than tion Bank. Jacksonville. Florida., is, NOT carbonated. All the wonderful
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