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JOME 30. 1946 .
COAST GUARD TEMPORARY RESERVE
members ARE TO BE PLACED IN
UNASSIGNED STATUS ON JULY I
*** J il_| I t n, clw)
30 - Y-Uowm,
‘“J™** *l lilting of
*i*mu*tuui thl°n 5 Paciflc
*lrtir *“ 4 ,or ringcnt
*od Ci.fi Gns in Atlantic
*** Ports, the 2900
of the Coast Guard
* B^ rve IXI Seventh
oitKer. announced Mon-
guinsj on
y ! Z ,clud<? of
seeur *ty forces
fi„ ” am ' in £ with forces
taking over pro-l
r™? ®* w tcrfroot, have re-1
R** 1 f t . no *T ßd * of regular
for combat.
•ctian, which is being tafc
■■telitetetetely la every east-
Mhfard naval district, does
that Temporary Re
55** *™ v ‘ , * e * te being aban-
Under present p!arv-„ nn
alter the transfer to
•“itfUfßed status is completed,
"T“ y mtn w “ i re-assigned to
ouly urvir t’w reduced Coast
Guard operatior.ai sa-up.
Capt Wtutheek was emphatic
tMt pacing of the units on un
*W<B—d teatu* did not mean that
Uu > wrre suparattd Irani
t* Crum flnaid.
“We know too well your abil
ity and your enthusiasm," the
•*•*•* Co#®t Guard offi. ei •
“Ti* BMd>tgnn>i status move ii
heaf made only because there
la not enough war-essential work
Um all of you if the unit is kept
•* di peak war-t ngth.
But yn have served too well not
to hare your records recognized.
The best revogmlicn is in the
C oast Guard’s knowledge that
you will be available for active
. duty at any time an emergency
estate,. *~
la a formal MMoment, expr. >s- •
mg the Onml Guards apprecia
te** ‘ *r a job w ell dune" Capt.
H i iif**rk declared:
' The volunteer temporary
(masher* of the Reserve a:.- be-'
mg order* and to un, yened status
bteauar of Hjenada) complrt ion
of thut tear di*tws m cm>iJing,
jarutity mranmi n t hsu rtf and;
saatliura ports, '.u.v that the war
ngaumt Ormtny has resu.iou in
ttUirv. ndter of those "setiiritv,
um usuies Will be terminated,
•hub u .. >
dniu* fur wiiah taey were cn
raftad.
‘ T*m services tne volunteer
tHteptensy reserviste have ren*
dtswd in the war against Ofet
atnny have !•> < n of groat Imnor
tanr* to *h war effort, and flic
€’***bl (ju.tal i.i grateful lo tfic
arl vmuiutj who have run
*o*l this patriotic and efft lent
mi w* Pi f of the value* uf
th* r C*at Gu .rd duty In* in
Um fact that they have helped
kp th* t*•*•*„ uf America open
mtrni ort'‘e every day and every
mgh* N.a s *myU t-rious loss
hnr been *uff* nil in ay facility
Ibai hd * n ufv, r the protec
tion *4 tb* xUunteers.
In a*h..-f uf th Coa,-t ‘Guard
I v .►*•*•*•- aj. • ill, >n to these
*•■*> n t w. MH P M I I Ml •
siws th. hutii y of th< war
s artiHvq # t. *, Aioericna f upie
• if? .0- r . . ,
etui* a .*.*- i k pinteu un
unnmighi"* *n*u rr* at: N.v
K> r I’- * D-vtonu Beach.
M hMKiH C a. Dvl.and, Mi.
than Sanfr u. TiIUS. il e. St.
Aug i*t,m. kfttakai. Fo:t Ltcidur
dhktr tkantMota St Petersburg,
T**P T on Sj rings, Fort
Mu T '*'• ■
IwMisre and Ch tston.
TODAY IN HISTORY
-
IT*4 CW.T M*l Cor.. r*#s
wrt *1 hifxt'i n, N. J . crr/en
Cl mm >• >a b mob ©f mu
feuM drukn vitbiers.
•' v A. ,u . o . e
di*b m 1 rma
ta& - SC v©id s*tu
(k-Ki Allwrt * rib© first
mti i vh#i v ~s ia become t!it
Tlcmmv of Rrfattvrn,
!*(; €*■. .* i . t -\t the Pure
flnml a tad I>l Mt t Act.
I#* pr<ifi wi.< n effective at
mdn
|K #>#? vi r ends with a
timf? firry CutiClf. tor the test tittle.
HMi —K . 11.* (>rtni a D- ’ nv-
Confmi'is 1 of ftve, With * <un ai
ImmC IVwtffcltt Pixwv. it deu.-
i iio tf.< Ft anfchn t> Rocmiveß
Literary. Hd Park, N. V.
yt*c3 f ‘ . . va-
IMP €!rp iw>i t * : *•*’■
l 4 < ten b
feral J*fM> wlfern <* rmattr falls.
MMi- I’r.ud States sevei dip*
fear-win* trl,*t*ofi> with l nlut*d.
* g Trs*ory does • ■>< cn
iiMtrffet Iftffirtf year in its history.
jMMtor at Vale aeUi *5,25.0.>3
*<*• of a *t i
STEWARTS HAVE SON
. Announcement has been mad-*
of the birth of a son to iMr. and
Mrs. Charles Hunry Stewart at
3:50 o’clock tills morning at the
Municipal Hospital, . *
L The Stewarts reside at 11G1
jPetronia street.
'jAYCffiTOID
WAR BOND DRIVE
MUCH INTEREST MANIFEST
ED 3Y MEMBERSHIP
IN CAMPAIGN
! Key West Junior Chamber of
Con Tierce will take action at its
meeting Tuesday night to initiate
a campaign designed to put Key
.West over-the top in the present
,'v,f bond drive, President* Jeff
■ Knight, Jr., said today.
i V bile J. J. Trevor, chairman of
the Kcv West War Bond Commit
tee said, he did not know the ex
act amount of bonus that have
• bt yn sold, yet he was aware that I
i sales are lagging, reaching on’.v
about 65 per cent of _the total
t.’uue days ago. Since then adui
iional sales have raised the total
to probably. 70 per cent of the
quota of $574,000, of which $484,-
'■ arc Si ios B bonds,
i “Key West has gone ever the
to,) in every other bond drive,”
Mr. Knight said, “and 1 feci con
fident v.e will go over the top ir
tier, drive. However that may be,
1 am sure that the Juycces will do
a’l in their power to help bring
itbe drive to a successful conclu
' sion.”
A committee will be named at
h e meeliiK: ;<> urge Key Western
v, ip have bought bonds lo buy
an cumt.Wiod eacii and muse Key
\\ i ilihiijiyjhu haye,not bougnt in
tfn'ijyfoiV the'Uijv'ea^i^,
. —n e Ui. *
Auntmiiftj ‘Eitlion
■ HuHday’ Or
-J! ' * r rrL .
:■ >lo f' \y fotir -nl a half
t loon rationed shbos ’"ill he sold
. d'-.. t ' s-. during, n t!
We ’k "ottd lot” r.'e in July. CPA
oil • .!•< in-ti;c s- lit:i FlOridm di::-
ri,.; (fitice ir: Miami predicted to
day.
The ’'ration holiday”, exfer.din ..
fix -i Jly D through July 23, al
lows dealers to' sell certain odds
and nils ar.d broken sires, which
season, without requiring ration
sn<.Such odd-lot shoes must
be sold at prices at least 25 per
cent under the June 1, 1945, price,
iu Jmg to OPA.
“With our national supply oi
r-hoi s in such a critical condition,
v. • lanr.ut afford to have wear
.■* ’c fouiv.tar gathering dust on
chillers’ shelves,” District Pirec
, r Dr. Jami sS. Thomas exptaihi
<■'!. ”1 hi,*, ration-free sale aifwds
■ : c. • to py iii ere shoes where
, ; *.* mo , needed —on the
:• i ■ m Americans.’’
, 0i... a ed the release would
r about 1,400,000 men’s
~;i is . r.d approximately 3,100,000
v omen’s shoes. No children's
:>h: (>s aie included because nor
ir.al : .dt: have been so great that
00 surplus has accumulated, he
said.
:lrs. Eibertson
Is Now Back Home
A t ie den Elbertaon of 1020
Southard street, who recently
undtiv.ent a major surgical
. 1 , >u in the Victoria Hos
> K.-. lin Miami, has recovered
ai. ;hiy from the operation to
returned to her home in Key
West.
E.neitson, who was oper
,,t a a a wee : ago Wednesday
v :•• in night to Key' West yester
ch.> a. muon in the Pritchard
iu i dunce.
If r many friends wish her a
• l v and complete recovery
lrom her liiness.
Announce Reopening
Of ‘Sugaloa Club 1
Club Sugaloa on Stock Island
announces on the front page of
t. nay's Citir.cn their reopening
!• s tiie season tonight and in
vites the public to come out for
;,'n enjoyable evening amid an
Sint Off hi re of Tropical and Mex
ican surroundings.' Club Sugaloa
v. ill be open daily including Sun
day from 10 in the morning to
midnight.
Morgentnau warns labor to buy
; -,w to avert inflation.
Classified Column
Advert inf ,ii<>ntN onflfr tb(H limit;
will be inserted in The Citlzea. nt
the rale of Sr a word for ea< h inser
tion. but the ntiiiiiuiiio for
the first 15 word* of hum Im SOo.|
The rate for bluekfnee t} i*e Ik 3e a ‘
word and the minimum charge fori
the fii-Mt 15 word* or lew* I* -Ise. {
Tuy ment tor elnMKifled advertise-;
inentM In Invariably In advance, but j
regular advertlserN with ledger ac-j
count* may have their advertise
ment* charged.
l o insure nubllent lon. copy must
he In the office before It o’clock on
the day of tiublieation.
KELP WANTED
TELEPHONE
OPERATORS
WANTED
Full Pay While Learning
Vacations With Pay
Sickness Benefits
PERMANENT* EMPLOYMENT
See Mrs! McDermott
Chief Operator
TELEPHONE OFFICE
WANTED—Salesgirls, full time
employment. No experience ne
cessary. S. IL Kuess & Cos.
junl-lmo
WAITRESSES and FOUNTAIN
GIRLS. Good salary. Southern
most City Pharmacy.
' junl-lmo
BEAUTY OPERATORS; 50 B
commission, hours 10 a. m. to
4:30 p. m., Wednesdays off. Mrs.
P.uth Higgs, La Concha Beauty
Salon. junl9-tf!
SEAMSTRESS for military alter-j
aliens. Apply 715 Duval street.
jun26-stx
WANTED
WANTED To rent house or
apartment; two adults, one
child. 703 William street, phone.
466-M. jurt27-6tx
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WANTED TO RENT—4 or 5 room !
furnished apartment or furn
ished house for naval officeri i
Telephone Extension 71, Mr. :
Bobar, Naval Receiving Station.
jtmSe-Gtx •
i
WHITE MAID',' Tor :: n sal hour !
work. Live in. Husband wel-j
conic. Room and boar *. and
■>loo.ooo per month. Cali 55". !
juh3o-3f:’
WANTED to buy piano; Spinettej
model in good cor.- iilon. 1 imno
564 or call at 52u Willi.im Si..'
jun22-2ix
LOST
BILLFOLD; black and red, lady’s,
contains pictures, identifica
tion card and money. Reward
Bonnie Kennedy, 203-A Poin
ciana. ‘ jun2B-3tx
WALLET; containing gasoline
ration stamps. A and B, also
various identification cards.
Reward. Maurice Weint
616 Duval street. jun2S-3t
BROWN alligator wallet; con
taining army pass, commissary
card and post office key. Re: m
to Mrs. Evelyn Chambers. 12:2
Olivia street. jun3o-3tx
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOMS; hot and
cold water, washing and iron- j
ing privileges. Paul’s Tire
Shop, 426 White street.
jun23-6tx
BICYCLES FOR RENT sl.OO
for 24 hours, weekly rates.
Bicycles guaranteed to give no
trouble. Let us paint and over
haul your bike. Make it like
new regardless of condition.
C'K Bicycle Shop, 12k Simon-,
ton. Ope rated by Gould Curry
and Billy Knight. jun27-4tx
FURNISHED ROOMS at reason-!
able rates. 411 William St. j
• jun33-lmcx
FURNISHED ROOM: pdvcuo
bath; private entrance. 937
, Packer St. jun3o-2tx
4-ROOM furnished cottage. Cc'd
at 625 Angela St. juh3o-ltx
FOR SALE
VITA VAR Super Chromium
Finish Aluminum Paint; covers
30' : more surface than most of
the aluminum paints. $5.40 per
gallon. Pierce Bros.
jun!2-lmo
SILVER DOME TRAILER, 611
Division street; completely
furnished, screened sleeping
pore h, $475.00. Reginald
Thompson. ‘Daytime call 790,
extension 238. jun2B-3tx
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
! ’ FOR SALE
| FOR SALE in Fort Lauderdale,'
! Florida; Nicely furnished, six
j room house; fine location on
! Tarpon River, walking distance'
to town, bus service near, j
large screened porch overlook-!
ing the river, suitable 'for;
couple or small family. Call at i
22 S. E. 11th St., to see. Tenant
willing to show at reasonable
hours. Write “Owner”, 34 Hunt- j
ington Court, Hamburg, New.
York for details and price. j
jun2o-12t I
j VITA VAR HOUSE PAINT;
| guaranteed 100% pure. $3.25
gallon. There is none finer at
any price. Pierce Brss.
jun!2-lmo.
THE WISE thing to do is to buy
your all metal automatic gas
water heater now. If you wait
until the end of summer, they
won't be as easy lo get and
will be more expensive. Nc
priority needed at this time.
So come in while we still have
some in stock. Pepper’s Plttmb
. ing Supply Cos., 5*2 Fleming
St., Phone 118. jun2B-3i\-
1932 CHRYSLER; in good run
-nihg condition, 4 new tires,
cheap. 1317 Petronia St.
jun2B-3tx
-5-PIECE BED room suite, inner
spring mattress, $75.00; pinto
j pony, $95.00. 1207 Watson [
j street. jun27-4ix
i FOR SALE Two collapsible ;
| bicycles, one gas stove, one 1
\ guitar. 508 Virginia street.
jun27-stx
! NEW POLICY The Islander
i Dress' Shoppe at 220 Duval
i street will remain open on
I 'Thursday. We have a large;
! selection of smart cool cotton!
; dresses in all sires including j
: extra large sires. jun27-4tx;
*
IRONING CORDS, while they
‘ last 75c; fluorescent bed lamps,
i satin finish, $8.50; brown |
fluorescent desk lamps, $9.30; |
light bulbs up to 60 watt, three
for 25c. -504 William street,
phone 333. jun27-4t
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VITA VAR FULL BODY Floor'
Varnish; $5.05 value, $5.95 gal
lon, none better. Pierce Bros.
junl2-lmo
i
USED FURNITURE bought'and’
sold. Key West Bedding Cos., ■
p’uone 069, 515 Front St.
junls-lmo
.TWO and 3-bedroom bungalows,■
furnished and unfurnished;!
small down payment, balance 5
i payable monthly. Johnson S:
Johnson, phone 572. jupl-tf
. 24-BASS PIANO ACCORDION,-!
; slightly used, $65.09. 4 A: he
• street. jun2G-stx'
HOME located at 1803 Seldom a ;
Ave. See owner. jun'dl-2tx
TWO-STORY building; 12 rooms/
i completely furnished, unit now
bringing in inc-ime, best invest
ment in Key West. Sacrifice
for $12,500.00 cash. Write A.
Padilla, 423 Simonton St.
jun2s-6tx
TARPAULINS; extra heavy,
water proof, brand new mater
ial, first quality. Specially
Service Company. 741 Fifth
street, Miami Beach, Fla.
jun2s-6t
10-12 TRAILER; excellent shape,
new tires, refrigerator, radio,
Venetian blinds, electric and
5 a. oline stoves. V. V, Bullock;
Gulf Stream Trailer Park, 6th)
Division, after 5 P. M.
jun29-3lx I
PRE-WAR baby bed: inner spring
mattress. 1116 Varela St.
jun2B-3tx
TRAILERS; several with large
ted, <
furnished. See them at Mastic
Park. They are truly bargains,
j Also new 3-burner kerosene
i stove with oven and other
( effects. William Meyers.
; jun29-2tx
MISCELLANEOUS
l :
LAWN MOWERS sharpened, re-
I pair o.d; sewing machines,
knives, scissors sharpened;:
keys duplicated. B F. Camp
bell, 803 Simonton street.
junl-ti!
VENETIAN BLINDS repaired:
and reconditioned. Phone 682.
junlS-if
EXPERT body and fender re
pair, auto painting. Open 8 a.
! m. to ' 7 p. m. Paul’s Brick
, Garage, corner Sirr.onten and
1 Greene streets. jun2l-10tx
" n " 1 11 ' ’ "
CLIFFORD KERR. Painting Con
tractor. Call at 222 Duval St,
’ or phone for Tree esti
mate, jun26-6tx
IS FAVORITE-BAR IS' 0 HENRY SHRINE
l -
By ED CREAGH
CUy AuocUiid I'naul
■ NEW YORK.—Anew collection
; of familiar O Henry stories came
j out the other day, and the boys
[in Fete’s Tavern were as pleased
ias though they had written the
stories* themselves.
Although O Henry—his real
nanie -was William Sydney Por
ter-—died in 1910, he is .the un
seen, honored guest at festive
gatherings in Pete's;*the “Poor
Man’s Club;’ where he likes to
hang out when he was the most
popular short story writer, of his
day. 1
i "
i Many of the old-timers remem-
Iter O I-lenry, a portly, softTspok
!on man who would sit on the
front stoop of his Irving Place
[lodgings, smoking a crooked-stem
’ pipe, until he feit like strolling
across to Peyks. at the ltth
Street corner.
j “I served him many a time—
not in here br in cinu-r taverr
;in the neighboriiood,” says tha
] present rroprietor, Fete Belles
.who has covered the walls wit*.
'O Henry pictures, manuscripts
•and let*erst
From O • Henry's favorite seat
fin tne corner facing.the bur, .he
! would fin:' the p:ac: virt. ~5
; unchanged today-—tnc same mri
; low marble floor umi
; high, carved back bar. ' F
! For the ccnsumptic’i of tourist-;,
v. ho like to sit in the master’s
FCR SALE
TABLE MODEL RADIO, sinym
bed. complete: child’s table and
chairs. Unit 35-A, Naval Hous
ing. jr.r-23-SIX
SACRIFICE SAI.E of 3-bed room
house completely furnished:
including electric stove, refrig
erator and hot water heater. In
MacArthur Homes. Easy terms.'
Write Lt. (jg) E. A. Nusbaum,
Box K, Naval Air Station.
jun22,25,27,29,30x
SECOND HAND DOORS, blinds.
and sashes. Lowe and Son.
Hardware Store, Olivia and
packer. iun29-?.tx 5
- .and screened 'torch;
suitable f6r ijorj.sfjk.eep
ing. See after (k-jp. in. Also row
t boar Martin Trdfler P,*n*> '
. i.
T ORCELAIN baektxi sink. or. .
h w ■ t *. j•• i h ;.
Phono 136 or 616 Duval .iv. ,
1:*33 CHDVRCLDT coash: in u
seen at 1413 Angela ah', et.
t k. ;AO-: x
a ARDF.N FURNITURE: u- r
Vionches, flower pot... A u u
: B
jun3.Mrno v ;
VHIIP Mm'W^RfYY'
JL KlatJ 1 X ¥V uj jm3k> V o* i
. . . Luj i his'cop'.ej cf The Citizen et whole
sale, sells them a*i reia.L
. . . pays cash for his paper*.
. . . loses if a customer fails to pay.
. . . goes ..... limit for his trade, ie on tha.job
rain or shine, serves his cuti,omcrs v.*c;L i
a Tap . and i rWtuhtSiakt is slow pay.
. , . e‘ks customers v cooperate by paying
him promptly anc regularly,
r'.yn-r 77771 v:t—t r* 7
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Circulation Department
7! * t! a a r
| P H r ''
W y tt*. U .'.i. . %ar u* W* -
530 Division St,, Cor. Simonton St. PHONE Vi
ASPHALT TILE Per Scr. Ft. $ .20
Sec This Tils Before Recovering Your Floors
O'Cedar Furniture Fc'bk, Floor Wax, Iksor Mops, Brooms,
Steriliser lor Dishes end Fine Oil- Disinfectant
STORM LANTERNS La * 5 1-50
SPECIAL —Painters’ DROP CLOTHS ... Ea. $14.16
Glidden PA 4ELS,
ALUMINUM and COLORS IN OIL
Dexter DOOR LOCHS and HARDWARE
PAINT and VARNISH BHUanES
TOILETS, TOR FT FEATS, LAVATORIES
end KITCHEN LINKS,
PLUMBING SUPPLIES: Galvanized, Cast iron and
Aluminum PIPES ar.d Fii liiiGn
Special 4-In. Terra Cotta Sewer Pip a... .Per Ft. $ A0
undsley lumber ca
j seat, Pete has invented a drink
[which he calls “the Lost Blend”,
'after the O Henry story of the
same name, a story whose setting
is Fete’s Tavern.
It was in the back room of
.Petes that the two adventurers
! in the story tried' frantically to
. rediscover a lost blend of such
delightful taste and potency that
it would have made their for
tunes.
They finally - happened fry
act icient upon the missing ingred
ient. It was water.
USO-NCCS To Have
Communion Breakfast
To celebrate the fourth birth- j
■Ay the USO-NCCS Club atj
A A Duval street, a communion
■ : • A.. -ct v.il: be held on Sunday,
A;'*” 3, from 9:30 to 11:30 a. mJ
ik-.d J. Srivwegler, director, ex-;
3 ? cerdiul _;uv'tatibn to all j
. -.i end t.v •••*.-.! ct the Armed I
i'l'-i'cei. Cat'-.cßc Daughters of
i ■ :c: will verve.
A: - ■; ‘iAivnas J. A-thyrion,
S.J., i fed* :*ator of Fr.e club since
~ . in A-- will fee the
; .vi speaker . Chverai clis
. : gu.. v a:... expected to,
u\.
SIO
Will open a Special Per- ■
sonal Checking Account:
*,v i t 3u t obligation to i
r.; /main any fixed bal- \
anco, provided as many as i
five checks are written in :
any one month.
As much or as little may
ho kept in the account as
desired, and th© coat, 13
only TO cents for each
wit ton. . •
Pm* fy; rkor information
CD.I! a; the bunk or phone •
for u/dec. * • * ‘
rn v .
• ■ £ tie
FLCHIDA NATIONAL
BANK
at Key West
{
Member Federai Deposit
Insurance Corporation
THE RITE IS ON THE MRS.
IP Xewreatur*>s
IN THE MARIANAS, June 30.
This bomber base lays claim to
the world’s most unusual /mop
girl. It’s in the front tooth of
Capt. William F. Busch, Frank
fort, Kas., a utilities officer. j
Capt. Charles B. Silbcrstein, 1
294 22nd Avc-., San Franxnco, thej
dentist who insuiiied 'the tooth 1
picture, says’ it “repi-eson-s my
suppressed desire because* putting
a picture in a tooth is some/ting ;
I’ve always .wanted to. do.” j
“Captain Busch helped me a lot
in*:setting up my office' here,'
getting suppiies and so on,” Cap
tain Silbcrstein exphiined. “But:
all the; while he kept asking me
to fix up his front tooth that he’d
broken off.
“I didn’t have any of that sort
of equipment and no way uf get-'
lmg it, but-finally I made the gold;
;i3sSas3aS3isr.v .houk vvaii Uo\o ami
j “The Store of Fashion”
! T Wo will 'reatain clossd ali day July 4th.
!"3 __ Opfep all d.y Thursday
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New uf Sun Suit
f* -''ihorntp fihnwifliV
ti k. k ii it U-< J Ji-rf .Udwl titv Dll w Inf II * m
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We arc -.:D i-*7 i- L . fot L#di*fe f
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f*backing out of some Jap coins and
the tooth, itself, out of a piece of
plexiglass out of the turret off a
3-23.
‘•i polished it up and got it in
shape. That’s when we decided
| to insert the pinup girl, and there
it is—a picture of the captain's
* wife, right in his front tooth.* ’
BUSINESS MEN’S
MEETING DEFERRED
Joe M. Medina, president of
1 Dig Key West Business Men's As
sociation, announces on the front
page of today's Citixen that the
meeting scheduled for Tuesday,
July 3, has been postponed until
further notice.
Navy aims to retain V-12 train
ing ideas.

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