The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00560
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00560
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11 Harvey Altman Not : I, Ask Smathers To Get

: j In Favor Of Duplex v It I

If Now Being Erected J --$60:000: For Navy To

LIlAb. IUJHEHTS S STA'I1 It j # Buy Boca Chica Field
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'IIIAT MOISK/ WIl.l.STOlt Gerald 1 Adams r

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I Seeks Action (On) I I
:U 7,000 Workers I! run; rLHUi\M I; OFIK. ST.\TIO

first citizen last night to sptk| Fire Hazard( ,\r KEY WEST
1i On Docks Strike !
before the commission was Hy !
Gerald Adams busmt,smjnaddiessetl City Commissioner Louis Carbonell was trying: today to contact
Altman businessman Altman
1 the. ri.tiunmibMon last Rcprr&e.ila George Sm.ltben at Washington to see if he could
told commissioners that he In Great Britain
pro- night nl.itivt to having action : \ not get further consideration of the request of the Navy Department"
tested stiongly against the erect for an appropriation of $60.000 to purchase Boca Chica Air Field
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by mv on an abandon .n TN tawM-iatrd I'"- .l :
ing of a duplex dwelling: by a from Monroe county
fd home at I 12lh and Sta, Ics. LONDON June l6; Seven
Dr. filler in a 32x35 builomg "flu II'.n tppt Committee ,
I v [ i 'pi aiio.L vcs| rtUv tu nNavv <'' :I '
Adams said that the home had thousand dock WUI ken in Great
Altman explained to the commission ; 1 request! f.nrnu; lOOOO( on the ground the testimony indri! ",i:' d I

that he recently built a not that Id-en it was used a for fire two hazard xtars.and and a i|i Britain are on a sympathetic {I that Itv...... th' ,nt' ntnn; i nf the Navy to pay the county for Uti' III"I

$15000 residence in the neighborhood ;\ menace to the community I. strike to dax. They explained 1a i I i and ;it the -...UKin; -:aback lo the county certain aviation i IIh, !. "

: through;; spokesmen' that it is not "I-toaid Commissioner L. C.111. h,, > .
I' (just oil Fiasltr avenue Aduins said: fiesidcntof 'At' \\ ....,.. .'01 i I )J" "
l White whom I am one in the limesroxesuhdixision mailer of rusher wages: for'' "Thio is a mistake Tin.a'i v
near Street) and that he :
and other neighlxiis thought the want the commissuneis I. THOUSANDS GATHER AROUND the band stand in San Francscos Gclden: Gate Park and listen I them but a question of principle;: ON: TIU \[. would have nothing tuithti, to
to President Truman's Flag Day speech. Many are seated ben-ath the umbrella-like trees. i sticking to their fellow woik- I Irrs ,
i building too small to house two to take action: on anahand..md iI in say about Boca Chimes ono til "
separate families Allman said home at 12th and 1 - ,- --J iJ I eight,: of whom were discharged -' to the property wa. tuint'lto o." 1

the building permit was taken Staples axtnue This plate I is 1 j : because of their refusal| the Navy. The Monroe <'< incommission ,:';
out for a one-dwelling unit The dangerous for children Then is | to unload a ship, with a car:;:;" of ; have reque-1!. 'I i II,

local businessman said that he an ptn privy in the )" lnl. and I KEY WEST ASSURED j i ore unless given extra payment to tontat Representative:: C<.o ;"
: favored changing! the inning area a crstcin ceintaimn bevel al !i The eight men said it was a' Smathers tn get further ".n."o< '
to allow duplexes to he built in thousand I ualtitn.> of water ion I hard, duty and tedious. job and lion '>f the appiopnationC .
his area but not duplexes that the m'emtes. TI ash is pilixl lush I 1 l they thought the wages! should C" ; adjourns in a ''.,\,
would house two families in a on the proXitv| In out aifaitheie I .OF FERRY SERVICE I IT9 I lie increased! while handling the i icargo. rtavv nd I dun know w >irttSmatheis ,
32X36 aiea I is but one plug for 14Tlomc t I The company refused to I will be able to II">
C. B. Harvev. chairman of the I I|! : ..->. and that on a 1" main swede to the demand and the I about the approorwtion of vj'.

planning: commission, told the 'There' i ts no telling what v\ould men" were fires! I I 000 lor the purchase by the N..r
(commissioners; that Building InI I happen i to the neighborhood 1 CUBA SHORTLY Shortly afterward. a.- the ne\"'s of B 'lX'Ctor Lnol Sawyer sued the should the place catch' on flicCommissioner :' spread about the incident dock I j to have Smathers set some ,ntion '-
permit for a single (family iesidence I I Fietl J. Dion:1: I i! workers at various ports in Great J \..- ."
but that the bulletins has \\lio owns this property' ,I Loinl.triMiiMll<< : l t'lurll": ;I- I Britain left their job This j -). In denying the request I ol i.

two separate front entrances ro I Gerald Adams: "A sign on the morning the number of idle' t tI Navy Department for the ;<\pfpriation ,,-

!side or rear entrances. two oropertx savit is for sale bvj I' Fr..miiami: \\ ills (;trod Aloiiroe Teachers Will workers totaled 7000. I the House appi<>oi !,,-

,I roughed in kitchens and baths. I j j I the Old Island Realty companxjit '. I I I tions committee said that "it :.h.'
People in the area, Harxcx said. I I I belongs I btbexe to William I'I'I i\tii. For rc.iII.Jlh mill) Aluminum i iI Navy really needs 'h- land I
had objected to the building He H. Porter or the Key West Foundation -I aYie a should arrange:::: for purth.i ..;ian
asked for legal opinion of the city j I I term\ ln>'. Children of : ''i..ilur." Be Paid About $25,0001 )I outright basis rather than ,o
attorney in the matter |itouisc I : should not go on thepioperty | I Strike Set handle the matter in the mI1I1""'
City Attorney Ignatius Lester: ||I as they no business j Key West is assumed l of ftny proposed"

'If no !gocKl faith is shown the 'I I theie, but how are you Roms:; to I II set vice tt. ll O\'ana. whether or --11'UMU.KM' ;( For Monday News of the! committee d.tOI1
permit can he revoked If I tell that to a three or four veal not the Mantimo C ommiv-vkin at IEUUUTI I ) yesterday reached! County Attorney -

t ing: i.3 continued after bUild-I I old child"' I Washington grants a loan t" the Delay I Adopting i i ui u.x: ; \\EsnHD\: : 1 i'! Paul Sawyer who imn:,tl '. '.
I permit the party can be I Commissioner Hunter llaidcnThe : Gulf Atlantic Transportation Co. I'I tor 7k '....ria/e ere..t i ly contacted member> of tin
and tried in municipal '- property owner should be THEY \UE EMITLIIII( ( WASHINGTON June 16-4.'IO Monroe County commission to
''Ii After somne, e ate was had on notified to clean the place or to to complete a ferry \verse. Draft Bill l May j I I I United Steel Workers in nine see what they wanted to.10

the subject. Acting! City Manager I tear it down*. This is the word t.broujht*!lKick ; I TO EAI\'Nr' '-' -f. I lead Q11.wiaaai\ s hlauta ha,: ai-I 4Y >bout it. SawyfC._W>K_.Mstru("t< I
( Charles Roberts arose and in positive City Clerk Victor Lowe was! from Miami yesterday lo\' City I strike to begin after midnight to get in touch wtth L. Carbonell -
manner assured the commissioners mstiuttfd:: to have the building Commissioner Louis Cat'bond I Not Pass Kim !Momoe' County school: teachers. I Sunday. and ee if Smathers could f"j'l
that he would take inspector an,I fire chief make a. who had a long dlstu>si"m with a I: The morning shift has been dlrcl.ted do something;,
in the Robeits the matter. tomorrow man, shun he would! not idinu t"" 1 hi. \._..... ,....... will be handed a total of about I the The to i p,,,
at turn mattti I report on i not to go to plants onMondav county prop CS: us
bald: "If the oidmanci is twin momma and renoit their findings fy, who .hrhe knew Kcv West' \StiINt.TON; June 15-Aptesibilitv $2.;.000 in accumulated earrtmg i|'' One plant is in each oi $60.000 to cover m pal t. Ih'
(Continued On Poge Eight: ) I to the commission j.I j. would have a feir> :service: to that the diaft bill may at once under a Supreme Court 'I' nine different states I 4.:.'.';. purchase of Meacham Field f .>n
iIl I I'I I decision .. The has offered " - -- -- Cuba.This not be passed at this session of yesterday at Tallaha ec I! company anincrease '. island of Key
man told me that/ it all. in of eight condemnation of the md I I, '
it became known tudav I wages percent in 'i
' depended upon the outco nc of congress: was voiced today bseveral > I which it was stated is I \ 9 the airport is now pendmnuf'CSley'II :
'I JURY IS HUNG I tIe hearing before the Maritime Republican leaders Teachers: of the county were II! equivalent to about nine centsan '

(commission at Washington said It was expected that the bill paid about $2jOOO last fall for I hour but the union ts holding Gniltl
L, Caibonei! today. "If the K'tv would be passed bx the house erxiccs they had not yet earned out for a better offer

| irnmtnt dctidos, to insure the I last mtjht, after considering an on older of Willard M.\ Alburx. American Federation of Labor ,,,' .., To 1101(1.5'SlccI1
I loan to the GATt then thi, man
CASE aluminum workers also
IN RAPE | told me that the pcisun hi leprei amendment that if adopted. county superintendent of public 1 in the threatened ale strike involved JOHN WALLACE. prominent i I '
i cnted would nt enter the !lortl Mould provide that draftees not instruction dairyman of Merewether county The Wesleyan Service Guild "

| pu.tuiei be segregated, regardless, : of They have since earned the Georgia enter court of the first Methodist ChuH'h1.1'. i I
THIS ORNING :i But should the O.'TC f.:il tosctuit cilia or religK-n.: : rate $2.>'000. plus another $2 .000. sn I noy Seoul ToI Newman. Cato stand trial for their monthly meeting VI."r',,I ,\
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at the home of
the I han and could not I his life on indictment for nut evening
But the house was still riJat110 they have: coming itcnr.ulot'l:1: !Hold Fourth Of noherts. 800 North 1> ".
I get the moiM v' in any ihci way of dcr in the death of William
I the earnings $2.xOOO tha twos with
;: amendment today with with Miss Susan Ptal'.n. t. t
I and dropped\ o!;t of the KeVtst htld Turner a tenant farmer. The
Juriu Ili-arrcc l Niulr. *, the prospect that the bill may I'firtnle president presidine
; j f lea 1 1 iy me tun then the man \\apiep July
:' bt parsed hv nigiitl.ill' How eve.delav .. Under tht ranitemcnt in effttt I dairyman is accused: of killing : After a short devotion l V,
IVcsiclcnl Due) ued 1 start term '
to "
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o'lmrr.h: I; :INrxl Trial I ( i I w ithm< 90 days aflri 1 Ic', stexd! ; IN XpitUtl in tin. !senate in A*nroe County a teatheientitkd South Florida Countil t"m'atistru.1 the sharecropper after a dispute Gretna! McClain cave a ;? '
which not act the to $241 a month has $11) over moonshine Pt I V
i i' max on mvasurt liquor. on the book "We The 'I'I.,
or Cai'bcii: 1 :N r1 I 1 F.... I Tul-i:i In Washington{ i iI 'into .the Key Wel-t UM ferry iH-foi, .icljoui"niiK-nt. a month withheld from his pay. [Box Scouts of Amei i a, White Eleph..ntok, ',,!!', "+
i j j setup. -- v Inch ,is handed him in July and held. its regular meeting: in UK which afforded amu.'i"flI"nl ,'0'
.It was reported to IIK.' I Ib a: Hauls Parish (Hall ....t nOil Defer
An. ,"' i of catch St. Action (OniUiniimim )
lu"iug; 'l'oss I I| I On) TluirsdayiINOhPrNDI I tin ferry man is a sham ..t..n' i'i To (CheckiMrasuml: The q pay requiienientx year. of 12 Thus pre-ent were Fred t"rohork l) the served members by the Rcfre'Jameid..e' ;

A .mint Cmiit jury dgii-ctl I Ifollowing I I operator who has plenty of (",roar in'mthix inbtallmcnU went' Dave 1>'ers. Isadorc Hem. \ Others present were ;M. ! .
[ money. It seems tots; man has CZlenw-ood Erflesh 1 Attire .
tiauh Sweeting' .
I the tuai of a man into elf('(* at the beginning; oftht r oH Russrll. Mr CitroU It % I
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ihaiged with on ctmiplaintof "'" .r. bough up a M of liberty Whips l I test figs t\\ year..5lofrr'r .. 1 I AviU. Paul AJburv: Tony Mr.- RU.S.II vl 1'
lape Ilex henry
: : :N :Y.:. Ml.>..uuri.1|and is pull tog them in oixi-Uioti' Mal trnez Al Cro bky. Chaikuir '
married 1230: ( -- --- ---- Lau Last ,"
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a : I I : (; SaunHers : I
Night vinryf;
I. 'i in val'I"IIC"I: ul the counllv .
June Ib--PresKlent Tiuman. Mrs;; : 1.1 lth'JII/ Stie.aid.i I S ( ;\ ,
m today I ... and Mr.J'III"!\! H..I"I Ii
For jWis.s; t Aguen
Judge Aquilino 1"1x', Ji. dis. !io I Ihailed Truman i'ocl Mtv. M-irgaret Truman t, ... (' I
I !l .'M pie ,<'nt l.. is c priatim hunt :\1...|i111 to '..goal l lofficeis presided The evenm.. ("mh, .1111111....i.,1n.... 1.-' niM:
the after it wa-un- brrttoda and after "
! jay Gordon | ainvetl > imam ont. of insnips bptwcmMolHk of Key Vest: Naval ba." I'li'IIJS. SIH'1''I'( .I v'.as spent tn" dius'...non .n me' /:ieiai: t..-'n 0'-t' !"left ....t- i Seelf Divorce
reach agreement -
i able:: Coilictt to the an defendant in the I II Irase a short rest will go lu (>.ralwli i -. Ala. and certain points in <.stalil ishmg .i IIHL-in.-.1| nullbelxvcm I limning I a "'ou.lh-ul-Juh' rHel. raI ing'rn the' oiriuaIRY, that pre-- .

. remanded to County view. where Mr Truman will ( 'n South An >THa. The' are importing Sand K >v and! Hotk Ui::. Ph'.-lhsSiv\ci. daughter I I I twin I tubed' lI"n"l1I1n atone t.. In- Petitions erkins dlv'"'" ,
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I something that las to do Dirrct woin t 1.1 < '..., IS filed' yesterday in the olio
where he will I- held until visit a brother and a sister This'is t.hcout ftlnlll :> nilh of Mi. an>l Mr.: Joseph t>ui netl i I SH fecreatajn iiI 011.00.- > years'd ,
jail I with atomic enera;; 'I suggested! age| on the imbhcnrct. v' Hh- Circuit Court Clerk Ko" I
tiled the first lime the President has t iitheast t,f K"vV.. t S.twver, rnl"tained friends at a ICbwiuod 1 Swwtma: ,
lie is again: i I This news (-e:taiirfv sounded He beM in two !blocks of the beaches xer bv Marlon" Wahlac"Edith .;
W. Hams assistant the death of his The pwrpto of the mea Curry l been here since
i I rood lo ii e for it paeans that Key '' The will beam at Daview The ordinance was for sec Wallace and ( r .r'
attoinfwho handled tneCont.nued I' mile is to !'It'IIOIt xe>sels t i ,'he- k her h nit on Monday nj1.ht.: parade I up ".
:state: mother West will have ferrY trmelween field will urtd and final Ilard<* Elizabeth Robert: ag..m.t > --'I
On Pagi. Kij.ht i a sv- speeds a'tmatelv over' thIOIIIM M&Oh u'nd', were piesentnl \ Park, and a day reading n
% The Truntans arc due to leave her and Havana The ., .* with v.r.r .-. made a motion enactment, No Irion Roberts
__ __ __ -- __ I i Th< iifaintd, mile c: !'I i iM '(x'nt HM tniablt eveningMi 'I h hue at !0 a. m. tfmtmow fm the fcnth it H':s nun wimlilUhhsh <',- one n.4 ut K al I milt, : -, v.I\\\I", :t'(('1\.1 !mane -ift- Soft dunks and sandwiches will second was made to the motion -- -- -
here l- ,mallet tlun 1 1hCaiibQucin !he :sold by the Scouts. Alternwm and the k-Kislalion would havedied :
Hydraulic Brake ExpertsLou White House:: the on train their will x;olo.stop flit. i 1"1\ the t.;,\Ttpiono -- I ti\ities. will be! held *l South I last ni&ht but Harden withdrew CAMP ST. LKO( )

Washington ts to ist.Mi. -n in th' iI'r I I Heath his motion thereby po.tponiae -
Smith Auto Service it Jefferson City. Terre! Haute sei\11'1'. !|i A motion was made and M*.- the 'final vote until the rum: 20 fo AUf"rfST I
,md Columbus. where the Pre it i- f I ii,1. EverybodyWelcomeGRAND Ph,,rn. 'U 0) ,
Thi m n I hi I.i ? ',ruled that the City RecreationIHiwitn next 'ifitul.il meeting of the t-oni For Information .
While .t Fleming Phone No. 5 dint will make' informal rear (C.nlnll'-cj On .'"g.- ,L"tritl ; ont be in charge ot the ; mission:: or Call at 512 Sunonton :> -m
'Op pout* Army B.rt ek." t platto. m speeches\ fiom, m- tianMOTOKOU 1 .. ,.''l..rDotCl
_n__ __ - fuith f July affair - ---- Robert Ilion.uun

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-NOTICE- Americas Finest AUTO RADIORoy.s Francis at Division. Phone.. 313 Friday June 18FORD for- Corner "">rival and Eaton Forpel -
West Auto Parts X.,Mr I I lie: Oil It r.l.rIpril :\ I1 \1:1:0: : inrnrmurlledOpposita ) .. Attend the
Key 1 TO Grease. Spray or |
Just /{.,( ( !I ( "/ 121 Duval St. Phone 442 I Uo Change Your Oil ,. n'lo' II. ''',IJ Bus Station

I (:urlinul' of .....- 1214. .A..AA'A4 Whit Street Phone..540_ . -- BARN DANCE j

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Sponsored by the |
MELONS "asunientite
Palace Theater JuniorOHIJII'- < iult I IELKS
] lieulion i ; fJ/A/ : A special communication of Dr.
Jean Porter and Jimmy Lydon ins Felix Varela Lodge No. 64. F. h

69r .' \* F:FI: C K>KI I F\ K" f for Weary Wives 1 IMPORT .VMMEETING A M.. will be held Thursday. June. CIA: !H J '
; 17th. 1943 at 8 p.->.. at 913 Elizabeth i
NEWS Have Dinner Tomte in Our Cool. 1949 MODEL Street (our Temple)
T ; on f
mill) t I I' Comfortable Dining Room Work m Master Mason Degree
FI-KI.I. June9lI I'J j
in Spanish.
OVERSEASMARKET (,tnnplelelpir ( fir from the (,mnd I /, TIuradayirlir.. All Master Masons in good )( Till I I00( I

Doors & Windowsat WEAVER'SOlIrN ; 8J (,'1 lurkInitiationClub standing are hereby cordially invited ADM. 7Sc PER PERSON J

MONROE MOTORS Inc. \ : Business to attend. .I i iAUtCOOLhD
-at- (;( ; Sincerely and fraternally. Prizes for Cutest Co,'."'

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:t t' ,.. CANNON BLASTS RUSSIAPat ........................ Your Horoscope' -
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...117 Exe.pt eDlSay. 'y Programs i! WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16. 1948 ; .
.. l_ P. ARTlA"0"' ___ gad 1'ebl4wnoNMAD.ARTMLt Cannon eight years a representative -v $ VisitiiigNws&Ki '
,4 !* : BwrtMM .a.u ...................- .... .. I gy[ -This day will produce a person i,
e. From The CitiBea BuildingCorn in congress from .this district has a I 1 of studious and retiring nature, :
r Oren and Ann Street.Daty *
,. Dally Newspaper In Key West and sound view about Russia and her communistic I Daytime Summary b ICat1de.e.u. Hm'ris caring more for the accumulation) I ,
Monroe County: knowledge than for anything e
: Selected programs a> listed below \ flHW _ .__ _
: government.
ep. J are bre.dcast at the same tens Mo" tse.! Exceptional mental powers -
abl.red at K.y.t.. L'lorlda. a. aecond cU i matter day threuol Friday. Eastern local
..: He declared in Miami that l Russia time ftf tentral lIt1-act*f>. hews CHAPTER ri I had gone away ana tnl of ajauaeme&t aj '.: he ;ir.tv.paled new ideas and a discriminative -,

-- Tie Mr:MBHK"_: late IK.! TIIK IT... A I.soriATKI.1Ielualv.lr: PRESS entitled' to would be unable to fight another war effectively I for mevMam subtract twe tr_*. WAS in the middle cf 'j I' had to sp:na the weekend in her; reaction :to \vnat: .e was about mind are indicated. This

HM ?..,. rrpr.Hlu.-Ucn"' ..f all...... dispatches credited IT Home' Lucien had not sent j to say "that' I tolci! ; a I Had combination generally lead; to a !
>ek. ,
after ;
t.. It or n..t bthrrwiM credited I" tl"a paper and : for 50 to 100 years. He could I JUNE 14 THROUGH JUNE 18 her j him. she had learned "he 'j something to tell you upon your respectable accumulation of the j jworld's ;
that '
': slew! Ik* 1.e l -al n..w. published here have added that Russia:;; fought well in M..I.. ; turn lion.phoned Mrs.the Jones clinic, head to I: thought I bed forgotten mm, and I' return." This was that r"m*:hng."" goods. and what is much F:

__ On_ Tear In.p..IUPTIORAT...._ __ ; 'U." World War II because of the billions) of e:Honeymoon la N.. T.nbaBreakfast that the little boy. Jimmy I "It promise.ftI was bad for the boy" Randy Hildred I wish knew you she would sounded explain.a bit better a good reputation. ;
n' "--- ClubaW5t15ltrbyaN It Doctor
__.._.____ .00 run away. was I said. -It was humoring and almost But to '
: ?I Months dollars)) in and other supplied she FolltetcbeOzark who spoJ-1 curt cross. nave
received first the
z. Ikr Months ___ Z.TJ war get message, 'ing him.It amounted to Lucien to .iimself and Blood be grouped into four
** chuckling can:
._..._ .___ ___ .. Valley Fdke-mbs' who in turn, imparted I'
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He would have used
States. best to
4* United Her
got and
from .the 10.-00-F. 4 Wrtn Sbow-ali II talking in riddles proposing the bGxxl! -gjoupmg being
f \.. Mkly __ _..________._._-... %5 ( formation -and what it ,I the types
Home had
_.. AlllKKTIMNC 'TF.'I tanks and planes and other war: material 'Tut-ber e in his opinion-to Hildred.' given him glimpses by now of other you not i things work out that. .could She could not just possibly picture based on whether an individual of f ft
Made Known ..n Application were received directly from this country. lt':! -H IS Half Hiv of Strials-cb: Iso." he said that deep Lanier place*- that in my I him': hernu.a. 'u h tanCf'S :in his blood. 1 1

All. reading notices SPECIAL, cards WOTICE.f thanks, re.olntloneof I He could have pointed out ;also to the I 11:00Godf"'Y Say Il with Music-nits ShowrhiBrwbtaa > I tween his sandy brows his ion was a big mistake." '.I will explain. IJ only yeti will!! _

-*- ropect. obituary notices, 9 ,rm., etc, will be almost::; impotent showing Russia made in In Hollywood-iba eyes stern but you can Hildred. could not believe that I I 1 listen." There was a little P=>UJ-- i
of IV line. 113>-C. Hildy. that it would have the happy times Jimmy had had Lucien for her =
f etar"ed fur at the rate cents a : : Alua"'er Show! -mt as if were waiting; -
:Xutk-ci, for entertainment by chvrcbes from which the first World War. She had already concluded /fA-Sedw 3t his.-<'batc r better to have let the boy with Robin and Lucien and her- to promise to do so. I>
; a.v.r. is to !.. derived are 6 cents a line. ......... Hildred was afraid that : could have been so harmful: ""1 am listening. Please ?o on" -
Invites dlsvurslrn which !: .
end ; wif
mr Tbe Otisea Is an open forum i a with Germany provided .
t of public l;'. uts aJ subjects of local orv peace 1a: -". .m. Travelero-l ab was right; but she did not I yet she could not offer proof that;; I, "There is no reason why Jimmy >
>*ral interest, bat It will not putlUh. anonymous : for ceding big slices of Russian territory Kato Smith Speaka-ml>. l thin the tune to argue that they had not She did not believe should return to tnat place h_ .
t ,rw.imaafratloaaf 12:20-Worda and Leak wbe must find him" she said. Jimmy would ever have got used :' does not like it, hfo is unhappy: a ,
to Germany when that country sued 1A0 Mbslc Half """r-"I>o the important thing now. to or been happy: in" the Home. I'I there. It makes him physically! n

t f for peace because of the hammering she 1:11-Tb. Happy Can*--.ta I do you :suppose he has gone "Mercy on us: :Mamie exclaimed and mentally ilL" 1 1t .
I alter the doctor had gone I There was nothing for her to t IT SAVED .
2:00-Double or N'olbinr-nt. "Back to the farm most
received from Great Britain and the tni-I Queen, roe a ay-mk Randy observe "1 doubt if out in what sh.-> kntw was one of say to that; it was all true. $64.50 AND "
2 JO-Serial for S>i "ra.-II his "huffs" from the way he had You pointed out." Laden continued ME I60t
Western Front. know his to
te-1 1 States along the way your
I MEMBER @ 1948 I Bride and Grooabc Recordsnibs200To 'I But it won't be difficult to slammed the doors after him.HILDRED I "that it was doubtful: I if A SETTER

That victory surprised the Russians, Mania Block. h'm )'"e put the police put through a call i anyone would wish to adopt him. JO, -

r :: and their surprise was:: boundless when I I.-dies E E.Anno..nced-"ba Sealed-abe I already." big house. When she I since he is not an infant or a httl- PAINT
finally got through Lucien's low girl with pretty curls! and dimpl; ; <.
2:30-Ti. daPaul
House Party- "The police! Hildred
I = they got back the territory they had Wbiieman Beards-aba I laugh came back to her over the' And so. I have thougn
II -- I 4:60: -Hint Hunt QuII, -cbs> I mayed.policeman Jimmy the was child wire. "My dear:" he said: "there's it really was Liz's original iti"a -
I ty a
agreed to give the Germans. 4:30-Winner Take AH-els I terribly frightened. lie nothing to be alarmed .about absolutely that Jimmy should stay hei >- T'.r .

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Cannon could have stated further that Treasury Sand Stku_-at* I think he not only was going/ i ii nothing. Jimmy! is here." was the something I had to t I!
I f.-OO-Robert -Q" Lewis-cb. "He is!" Her relu-f was so great" you. Hildred.
: ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN of 170.- Kiddies Hour 1 ar. i taken: back immediately I II I ,
c..n repeat
I though Russia has a population I that although she was half perched "But it is not as simple as that.:: I
lat r)-abc wad nba:4S i Home.. but that h. was I :
f.: ---- 000.000 it comprises 44 1 t racial strains with + ': -Luat and ..n.r-d>a..u& I be punished. "I wish you on the edge of Randy's big Why not Lucien's tone w t
desk her knees buck- "There
I coolly imperative. aplenty -
I ,
1. More Hotels and Apartments. the people of one race unable to understand I I done that. Randy. 1 think I led under her. She got a firmer of room. The boy lkos :'
have found
I and Pavilion. | Jimn1)She I seat. said. "I had hunch he here. lie is fond of aU-.i IfOtig
2. Beach Bathing a me as y<-u
the dialect of the other I know why, but she had a PAINT
= language or NETWORK PROGRAMS
= and Sea. might come there. But now thatI pointed out yourself. In fact. i
t 3. Airports-Land that the boy might to
. race, save iu exceptional instances. The Eaet.re Leeal "TIm. For ceeteali.bW I know he has, and is perfectlysafe cannot see anything more simple! i
of and 1 the plantation."Perhaps I/pt
I -t. Consolidation County aCt ewe hour tor .ounb.n t feel like spanking him!" my dear than this so simple solution ; rK
: City Governments. cohesion and amalgamation ef races out- Subtract Ins .hours, Some local eta.Y ( I should have I Lucien laughed again. "Thatwon't !" 55.46'e.. j i
ens sour or relay to nl "
S. Community Auditorium. standing in the United States, have not local tcft inge.' .. Laet minute pre'gram sulted you. Randy was the be necessary," he assured "I am sorry I sound unvatf>rlJl." GAL. MMfI
-.L.I I mangle cannot be included. fessional doctor now her. "I have already given him a Mildred said. "And I would to-
been attained in Russia, and those conditions 1 and forbidding. "It is your good sound lecture. pleased if I thought your solution 51.65 I
Unless you are ready to "I have told Jimmy he will not workable. Lucien.:' !
hurt her in her economy and military WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 I J had better turn it QUART ; I
you have to return to the Home. That is better! Then you will i
I potency. Evening I I m:. Lucien's voice was the one that think it over-and: oiscuss it with\ :. :
MONOGRAPH .:00-X.ws Report, 15; .Itnn" I "Oh, don't talk like brooked no opposition." your doctor-and have everything '
Cannon blasted: Joe Stalin as a "traitor N.ws.-3t. t\rry: I',::>-ct>sNttmurk ': Randy!" She was so upset "But you shouldn't! That win I arranged. Now his v.,,:cc: Vita-Var: 2-Coat System actuB|
= !President Harry S. Truman, ;: dent> HvurabceastKiddies that she dared only make it much worse!" plainly stated that Lucien knewas
bandit and thief", and could have add- flour (a"-.bc'.c Jimmy so protects your house years laage'
The White Huu"e'a"hington. :Nrtmork Silent (1 hr.l-mt>.-..an to Randy whether it -I cannot see why since it is always-he would win. Thick what that means in
savtagen -
," ed that he has been a counterfeiter also including Kiddies l Hour (repeat)-mbs-mtil breach between them or true. You forget. liidred"-his I "I cannot promise you. that you
.: \\ D. t". 1:15-!Sports: Mnsic Time-cbe admit it appears that 1 have voice bf came soothing, now. placating ; can ;keep Jimmy."' paint time and trouble. Experienced
spurious $100 American bills that Guest Talks Time-cbs 1 when : w.th undercurrent be conlinurJ painters prefer Vita-Var it-
:: bear wwn;: supposed yet an : vTo>> )

Harry: he was prime mover in i issuing 20 years or .:3O L4im-Cnlcaco and \bn Orch..fra-cb..t r repeal=. .-... - - -- - -- ___ h_ __ ___ __ ____ -.-- - - --- -- -- cause they know that regardless oj
:: How could you let us down in the a:4a-Newscast ty Tb.-nbe the price you pay you cannot boy
so ago. Lowell Thomas repeat 11)CL.150Supper 8111:111111111: I a better house paint See Qa today,
:: manner you did? And what is more'gall- Cannon also} rapped ERP or the Marshall Clu"bcl..lcTbe l Very Angry Outstanding( DayI

= vernacular the in Uculah bo.-'bs" West In i iI i
the of street !
log using Key
Plan. He pointed out that the billionsthe News and 1'ommentaryabeHilton ) I PERCE! BROS;
:: comparing the sunshine; of Florida with Lea... Jr.mbs7:1iNew DETROIT. Mich.-Forced to I O t.-\HA. N ?br.-:Mrs. R'.h! ; '
United States i is :;shipping to Europe in = : .. and Comment-nbc
: California. The Jjii-k Smith and Sung-cbs Gone ; the curb A. Jeffrey. Jr. 2.>. l-ecai'it- i'-- :
; Ihat of reception you supplies) is a decided factor in increasingthe iMily 'omm..nlarY-aoo Days by an angry motorist (or. Fleming & Elizabeth Sts.
Nt..s: Dinner Liu*-nta: i I tor of medicine an? u motr.tr ; ;
in Los Angeles must have upset who accused him of careless driving
e gut you cost of living in the United States. And I II PHONE 271
J:3o-A. Kollint Trio-nl>c AS TAKEN FROM FILES in of a few minutes. After ( )
5; tmotionally.: To liennoun.dd., ... THE CITIZEN OF Norman Burgess told police space
he maintained that the aid from this
I.on Ranger ftramaCumm.ntI1I"-abaNe 'I giving birth to a nine-pc-in-i:
r THE ORACLE ... JUNE 16. 1938 he was beaten by the man and
i nUumlll uRAulut' that his wife. Pearl suffered for which '- (2)s
a lie .Announced). an received the degree !sh- ,
because unhabilitated
run "They get too
Sports Comm..nt-mbll Key West Chamber of / ankle when the man had stood final examinations!' urn!
easily to suit me. They love war." He add 1:00: -Dennis Pay. Comedy-nbo I attended baccalaureate seivitf- I
:asa A LEGAL PAT ON THE WRIST American .Melwiy Tin.e-cb. merce today received a ; clammed the door against her. ,
ed truly : r Stator of the Town-abc before going t< 'Jitnospita; !.
'I. "Special 'GeJJ\-.lIs from the Tampa Ch Burgess said he wa.; too dazed wci.

I :- "There's a limit to these obligations. It ..30-Jack: Tear.1! !5how-nbc 'l Commerce, in which it was ] to give chase. .
The Citizen.
A Federal District judge recently l>r. Christiaa In-ama-c that a large delegation of SubscrIbe> to .
was never meant for us to cure all the ills j L Taut: White-man I"IItf''. : : ----------- - ----- -
fined two large dairy companies $5,000 forcoiiMpiring V liita Adventure uranut-ma* .Qi5Ftve pans will! attend: the' """ '
of the world;" Here was!' an apt place for : Minutes NewsebsBilly Highway celebration on | :..J
: to fix milk prices in violation of Ke..e Comment-n-fcs .
f him to have added "And while trying to .:*9 Th. Duffy'Tavern-nbc 4. :.
the Anti-Trust law. Tour Hong *; Mine. -<-bs
cure them, create ills at home. Abbott & Co. "llo-abc
The jurist pointed out that the fine .s Gabriel 1 ileattcr. Comment-mb* Information reached tY'I
:: MS News Broadcast-robs day that Louis A. Wilson. THEVAY' I
was the maximum penalty provided by the
Short letters to The Citizen on inte- S:3oD"'trictu..r''J, Drama- boJames Mrs. Corinne Wilson of ALONG \
:: law.I Assuming that the dairy companieswere Melton Con.ertcbsG0 I West, received the .
Kor the house-abc
resting subjects will be printed but this 1
guilty as charged, it i is perfectly ob- Racket Smashers' -nibs j State Pharmaceutical : |I
does not that will 10:00-The Dig Story Drama-nba
mean we print anythingand the highest average during
= \ious that the fine permitted by the law The Whistler, UianuiebeGordon I .
everything written.IF .MaoK.it nothing hut mild the Vpmtcnaire: Fvrum-ubs; i ' j
represents a pat on I'meet of Loyola : \
10130-Jimmv Ptirante Show-nle: i
wriJO-t. Capital CV kriH.m-\ts connection with j PAUSE FOR
:: NOT COMMIES, WHAT ARE THEYA t'on..dvt,-r> 'ho.-abe exercises held in New i COKES
We have called! attention to the absurdity Caillorula SIcl desaba11:00Ness hrs.-nl '' Mr. Wilson received' three } J
& Variety :2
'.. of the law which permits officials :News! ,-"riel v. I'.."e : hrs. -cbs j awards. the I. L. Lyons and J
from New this News & "....". Hour-abc
press dispatch York ins; i medal the Deans Key
of corporations. to violate the anti-trust Newv Uanc geed : hr.mbe1200Dabcint parry

:: 1 law and secure large profits through knowledge week says that "thirty writers who said Continued-abw-wct: Student Council's) Key. I / I

:.: .! that if tried and found guilty the they were not Communists filed suit to prevent ] r -
!: Miss Clara Yates
.. motion picture producers from bar- Finder Generous __ ... _ ,
maximum f
penalty would be a fine of $3-; hostess at a social J ; .

:a &tlU.> ring Communist screen authors from the I afternoon on South Beach ,. ..

film industry." Well if these writers CHELSEA :Mass.-Becoming Key West Junior Woman's ....
: are
The $..1OOO that can be assessed, aftera i! I
not Communists the Federal Courts might suspicious: when youngsters got ,' I
prolonged trial and verdict of guilty Rose Galey,
a I lnose at the! refreshment booths ) Miss Ruth -' 1 fatawl
: represents nothing but chicken-feed compared examine most of them to find out what and were On a "buying spree," ter of Dr and M-rs. II- C. | i

.. to the profits from the public. We :screws are )loose l in their head police] looked into the matter and graduated on June 7 from } ci

found that a little boy had found i JMary Baldwin College
It is time to chase these "rable-rous-
: have before iJ
and the
we repeat the $850 hidden in the cellar of jnrighbyr ton Virginia. She was

.: suggestion now that the law 'be amen.led ing voices"oft the air. People who listen ;ind.J..d distributed it president; of the Science! ; .: .

:, to provide )prison; sentences: for officers of to them agree with :some parts Qf the so- an Officers>,1DJtcbis-ft-tt"ndi ii-o.vi-i.-d!: $350' Hit the ,(!, during secretary her of senior the-Student year.Mr. t

called "Voice of America" program.<< It =
corporations which deliberately violate the 1
I mysttry, wf1erf' the other S500:; )

.: anti-lrust: law. was generally understood from the very went : and Mrs. Juan -

} that these broadcasts which -- announced that II i ua
beginning today
? I )
Certainly if
the.puhlic the law
: TOY) : 1-IW.n'-HtY( daughter. Martha Beatrice,
have the backing of broadcasting .
enforced, it must have penalties adequateto companies i I Thomas Vincent Brennan j rI
intended to tell the truth theI I (Know America) I I
convince )possible. violators that the punishment were to Chicago, will be married 1 1o'clock .
18" the June :29: in St. -
= will fit the crime. There have world about oXir straightforward and clean I >Accepting Republican t ,
nomination a> U.: S. senator Star of the Sea Church. ;:
..: been repeated instances in which prominent intentions to improve citizenship and from Illinois. Abraham Lincoln! i ties -

:.: and leading citizens, as officers of corporations understanding of the World. We haven't utters his historic: "A h.use, divided Mr. and Mrs Roy j i ,

". have violated the anti-trust law evil designs: on any nation. against. itself cannot I accompanied by Mrs\ Roy:

Jt.md. :
e I anti daughter, Delores, J
'l vith.impunity, safe in the knowledge that. 186J-Fii&t paiteins from stiff : morning tt) visit relatives' ,

:; r VKaiflle. s ,,f the profits they illegally)) ac- Selfishness never built a town into a cloth markt-ted by inventor i iI friends in Miami. i ref : att I
Ebenezer Butterick. ,
=: gljir.r j the maximum fine is only 5000. city; so let all the }people of, Key West pull I 1900-American troops under I i

.-. together unselfishly: and we will be on the Gt-n. Chaffer ordered. to China- i I Joseph Mulberg. former i
dent of Key West who has! 9
= WHAT PRICE HOUSES? way to real civic progress. the Boxer Ktbellion.: making his home in .
1903The Fore! Motor Company
founded. (I several years, is here w !

: ; The in latives and friends. ,
experts Washington confidently ARTHLR CAPPER 1918-The War Savings and a

= predict that the demand for new houses I Thrift Stamps drive start;, in New -
Yolk.t Today The Citizen says
= i ?
in 1918 will he so great that they will all One of the old men in the Senate is I 1933-The N.R.A. begins. The editorial paragraph: : iosea

i be sold. One publication in the National Arthur Capper of Kansas. Before he came i I P.W.A. treated.: 1 "The man who has his

: 1934. .-Congress: authorizes the' not worth it "
Capital says that most families are ready t j Washington he made an outstanding, record President to accept membership

;. to pay more than $12.500. while people j as editor and publisher of'Capper's I in the International Labor 0-: 1. . . . .

in other (communities- prepared to make Weekly and other outstanding farm pub- ganization. I STRONG'ABM BRAND :I .e !
1941 German consulates' in
i -
1 1I
= a payment down plus a mortgage for the j lications. He was! elected Governor of Kan- 1 the United States closed. I d.

f = balance. of new S8.000 homes. The general i j sas in 1914 and again in 1916. He steppedup I 1942-The scrap rubber drive I i COFFEE

: belief of the public i is that times are going to the position of United States!' Senatorin j starts.1943L'. MILL ; i
.. :. S. Fortresscotomb '
StAll _
to continue to be good-but what are 1918. He is known throughout the landas I Sicily and Americans in air rt.

. "Good times?" The police and court records a champion} of American farming and I battle with Japs over Guadacanal. Grocers t.I t.

: in . . . . . 3c
every part of the country do not he is chairman of the Senate Committee on : .
194-1-t: S. invasion army in "
: feem to sustain: the assumption I' I i"'n to "CLAT1IA"
that every- Agriculture. Thus another old man step I Normandy retakes Montebourg. : .

.: body H leading a goo 1 life-far from it down and out at the age of 83 years. 1945-Ameiican ft.:yes stalled! ALBURY and SON WKWF,11:15: A tiI.n:
-.It' by Japa un Okinawa. We Specialise in AU l J

!!' Incidentally, among the few outstanding 1947-President Truman vetoes Kinds of Neon Signs IOTTttt tmott AOTnotitT or THt coca cots c.." ... _
: ur
Small ir 5v 0KEY
''; men try to impress their employees Senators and Representatives: in recent Republican income-tax bill. and Lighting Stripping 1
{ : that they are the boss i j "N' -.u. \\llh ". WEST COCA-CU1.V; Unrl1.1OIPy( : ( : -
big men years are Editors Vandenberg Joe Martin I Key w.ee C..cr. i i iI
other occocapHshrnenls.the .
I look them e w.la. ..
upon as; co-workers. and Arthur Capper. Beavers' use danger signals. SES: : cc cad isIti: )10' C .eal.terse : 11I
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7::> Legend has it that the root of
..... ,. _.. the mandrake plant was used by ,
God tn put Adam to sleep when AND AN01 1HING.vrnRAN

:1 [ lie mail Eve nit of one of MAY PAY Gi INSURANCE PREMIUMS

Adam's libs.j 10 VA ON A MO WINLY.QUARTERLY.
.... ." .
j Palestine larking natural har-

!hors in ancient times had huh,
; ',sea trude before modern lurUw-
were built.

oMOw" star vier MAILOei
eDfNCU 'I The American mandrake i
(.%P Wtrephoto)
known as May apple, wild it.'lnon.

ARE ASSOCIATED FRESS WRITERS anior,3 the large number assigned to cover the Republican I I umbrella plant and, scientifiralh o

and Democratic: rational convention Left to right: Relman Morin. chief of the Washing !,as podophyllum 0a

ten bureau: Jack Bell. Dcugla-s B.'Cornell H.I Beyle. sad James N. rlow. I ICC.LSEIJ
I I During an eclipse of tile
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-- --- in Siam, the people traditional'ly -

.\ OF POISONING ,DAUGHTER atIlllUUUUUU W 11UIUIIU111lCi11tUUitUHIIUp11Uli1. '' beat drums gongs. runs and
jd.' other things to make a racket ,
What's Doing 'I the tradition being that a de t

at the I mon !=- swallowing the sun un'i t+ros
''must be frightened axvj\
y. I.C.A. -

Jackson and Southard Square Whitebead Streeta 1 11'I r WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH. .

1T4 '' :
lII tb''IIUII.lInlllh"HUIIl1Wlltlmnll"
Wednesday Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete

1100 1 P.M..-Fishing Party: Naval '
c Hospital Patients. Joint Program I HOTEL! :Jt

8.30 P &I.-Ye Ole Country Party -.......
( featuring Square Dane' -- ..,.. "- "It
i ing Virginia ll els. : I
10:15 P,M.-Weiner Roast .on the : : . .
Patio Grille - '
( i" .. :
Thursday wI ;. ''
9:00 P.M-D nce. John Pntch : \ .

and and His Orchestra, : -
1 Friday .JIJlf LOW
8:30 P.M.-Bnage, Pmorl and! SUMMER' RATES !

I i Movjes i I '% Exclusive Nona Beach Section e tay Tropical Patio e Superb Coialo* .:
Saturday i e SoUnum Cabana Club
8:00 P: M.-Movies. i
10:15 P.M.-Juke. Box Dancing onj 1 : 74 NEW SURFuY'ON
; the patio. !: ,
Sunday I I

0:45 A M,-Java Club discus- ,; THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST.
; sion Group. ,
; CAP t "
MRS. MARY CLAY WATTS. 43. cf Norwocd. 0. sits in office M.-Classical '
3:00 P. Hour .
Yf police chief there after she was booked on a murder charge in se-
t lections announced. I I
the poiscn-death of her year-old daughter. Barbara. The girl. i --
9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on
' Community Singing -
Lyle said an autopsy revealed death was due to mercury and 1 i - _
Beatrice Moreno at the ,I __ _
barbiturate poisoning Coroner Lyle said the body of Mrs. I 1 Piano.

Watts' husband. Willis Watts was exhumed and an autopsy 10:00 P. M.Coffee Hour
a showed his death in 1344 resulted from arsenic poisoning. '! G. S. O. meeting 'Girls' Service Overseas Transportation

_._ t Organization), every 2nd
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KII.LEI; BRITEF ITEMS ,I and Game 4th Monday.Room: Chinese Checkers : Company Inc.Fast

; chess, card, ping-pong, pool, .
: writing desks, library, current
1 : OF INTERESTAmericans .; etc.magazines, various table games : Dependable Freight and Express Service

read more newspapers Showers tennis rackets, golf

per capita than the people clubs, fishing lines, cameras, MIAMI and KEY WESTAlso
of any other country : checking service. film service,
mailing and wrapping packages, Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
Four hundred million lihiarv receiving messages, phone booths. Between Miami and Key West
/books were circulated in the United stamps, railway express service, '
States in 1939 available to SERVICE PERSON- .

JNEL. Express Schedule: .

The typical minister preaches I Lesleigh DavisDirector.Gerald (No Stops En Rout.)
two sermons' on Sunday and I Pinder-Program Director LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT _
teaches a class-of adult Sunday SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
school members.jiliinniwiiiuminmjimiimiujnmiraiiimtiuiiuih.. I Lillian Wcaxer--Secretarv: rives at Miami at 12:pO o'clock Mid t

,. Doreen Cruz Information night.
z -- : SUNDAYS) at 1200 o'clock Mid-
I wF N.C.C.S. 74 thnB. I night and arrives at Key West *i

Ion Duval Street I I 8:00 o'clock A.M.
Sni. l'satson
DEFENSE FORCES Local Schedule:

PROGRAM 1 (Stops At AU Intermediate Points)
YgIItNt1HI1HIlgtClUttlnllllnlHHttlillHIHNJ1HItritln/I :, CEPT SUNDAYS) at 100 o'clock
WEDNESDAY I A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
: o'clock P. M.
1:00 Pj,1.. .lJ:00 P.M-Billsrds,,
I Ping Pong, Writing Room
SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
Showers. I rrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
\ tC tiep9..t.rt : 12:30PM500 PM_Hospital P. M.
Patient Pishing Party, -joint
DAVID MARCUS (above), a I
program, NCCS, YMCA and ,
former New York commissioner Red Cross. FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE

of correction and supreme commander I 700 P.M. 300 PM.-Boxing i HULL CARGO IJSSURANCE
i Training, PAL Equipment :
Israeli forces cf WAREHOUSE Cor. Eaton ...
of the MAIN OFFICE and 8c Francs .
700 PAf 8:30 M.-Sewnng ,
i PHONES 92 AND 930tdsmobile"
"InAatiewV7iat if a third round
Jerusalem f'nnt. wes killed inaction Class, Navy Wives. i
J. .f wage lacrcsscs lit us like a ton .
in Palestine according toan 730PM. 8:30 PM.SpanishClass

announcement Friday by an for Beginners; Miss. of wet ensilag. -. -- --
Kemond, msUuciieis.
Israeli spokesman in New York.
I 8:30 PJkl II:00 PJW.-Dancing.
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SL+ "ECTI dOO AM.THURSDAY- 500 PM.-Sewing \ '

r-- Machine, Typewriter, Writ-.
ing Room, Showers. I

FRIDAY t/.ee'
> 00 Alt 5:00 PM. 'j! -
i : -Sewing'Machine
I Typewriter: Writing I
Room.SATURDAY Showers. I \\ tune .

1:00 P.M. 6;00 P.M.-Picnic, C\
Fishing (sign un in advance I I ,

i0 AM. Communion ) f' _
1030 A.M. II::
Breakfast, White i I
Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base

(2nd Sunday).
I <00 P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing .
Trip (sign up in advance).
Information services housing
ity maps.
I Religious literature, library

I i elephones, stamps, wrapping and
nailing packages railway ex-
i Dress service, laundry pick-upnailable -
to it 11 defense forces
and their ,families.

I i Executive Secretary.

( \.. tt 1.11..1. MISS HILDA CASTILLO.
H K. COOK above). Kncxville.
( : That engine will hum a song of power and economy . .
Teno coal operator is jovial
after making statement in ,to*reiete ttrt
Washington Friday that he sus- FEMALECOMPLAINTS mechanics, genuine OKNmol.ile parts . these are the
pects some coal operators are
reasons our service U really "in harmony" with your
"angling for a locit-out in con-
tract talks with John L. Lewis Old..mobile. Make a note now. ..to brim: your car in soon!

in order to raise coal prices Are you troubled by distress of
female functional periodic tfXtnrto-
again. aRced DoN this make you after
tram pain feel ao "nI>OU. ttntt--
at such times Then PO try Lydia E. j
Rapid industrialization of In PlaklUAi Vegetable Compound to MULBERG CHEVROLET CO.
lia:took place during World War relieve such crmptom Plukbama I
!. baa a (nod soothing effect on onee
steel II. More than a milion tons of /__*'.stoat inperUHt ore***! I 119-21 Caroline St. at Telegraph Lane PHONE 377 tiny Wed, Florida
a year are now produced
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Information for the AdvertisersBATK .::

l"tyment for .la.fI@od advertise:
meet. is in".rl.loIy 'n adcanee. LQt
,\dT rti...m.nt.. under: this read r".n.lar advertisers with ledger _
Will be Inserted In TU <'itip..n at scants.. may base their. a4tertlah
rhanrlMt. :
the rate <c a. word for each 'nm..nt. .rt
aertkn. but the minimum .hare for rrnl.If.TlOi IJK'OLI'E
I the first IS word <<.r less I* ..00T... insure pebllratinn. r..y feast
"f I Tile rate for blarkf.r OFT i" ". e a oIn The Citizen office "fore'1t
... : .. : word sad the minimum charge for I aalo..k in the. IDvralDg It the U7I .
k I tile frat IS weeds i. tie. vf publicationAll -

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.. r the following .ndit/9n8: In tU
.a..rUllinlt Is accepted vn .
.rentf error In adv.rtilnK. tram-irni wr .....nlr....t. Th- i Jzeih.wil tf .
i I, "J>9nll'hle onlY for the first ,n*.-rtl..n In l._ifta* *'Prt".c"" an" tea
i:12' : Dl..lar ,..prt .I.. for only the a-tiial amount ..r apace vccvpied by the '
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GOOD PAY WHILE YOU | Bungalow, small store building
LEARN A SKILLS OR TRADE I and lime grove on four' nfct
r t y High School Graduates .choose lots. size 50'x 12Q'.each.jn go a
,, n? 8 section. This can be bought'oa
I your future now! Here's an offer ;I
for good pay. .valuable ex- :: easy terms. Johr\son It John
perience. .an assured future son. Phone372. : junl-tf

The U.S. Army's Technical
I School PUn will start you off 500 sheets, 8'i x -white. tievE.

in the trade you choose. .and print. 25c. Artman Press; Citkea

CAP W Ircphoto/ I Iou can qualify before you enlist i Building, Phone 51. -
It's a real chance to get :: maYStWrapping
A DISTRAUGHT FATHER. Carlton I.. Andrews (left) is comforted by Police Chief Thomas Me- I ahead for high school graduates

Mullen a few moments after his two-year-old daughter. rbara Jean. ran out into a busy high- between 17 and 34. Get the paper of various sizes;

way et,Tustin. Calif., and into the path of a heavy truck-LraJcr: : and was killed. At right aa ambulance full facts from your nearest U.S|j Artman Press Phone. 51.
attendant gently covers the little body as it lies between the' massive wheels of the trailer Army & U.S. Air Fore Re-j,i Junt4'ti

V. ._ L _______ __ __ f "* ..- cruiting Office at 25 N.E. 3rd
Street. Miami. Choose the White outside paint. white e4a>

TJIEr-LpW DOWNs EastIf: we could jut work it t4i'tiienri in advance that it \\ould! school you want now! I|. mel. $2.75 per .gait Sri.. DJ.Z

'it would come up {n the North ;he'like'Pouring dmero jn a gopher J-l-jun4-6t Fly-go. 29c per qt. Doherty

: ii- ,: i i i'tramHICKORY in the summer time and in the hole. Co. 849 Olivia cor. 'Parker,
South in the winter. it>t>k hovV! WelL says Henry. I think I I Truck driver-route salesman good Phone 1597. 'junlW

f GROVE nice it would make the weather 1 catch on. If the programs worked pay and hours. Call in person.
mdv be. And then next (year the he says, then the statisticians Cabrera Wholesale. junl5-3tx ,. 1941 For-dor Ford sedan radip
Prograjns:. and projects. Slaters project engineers and *tatist.ci- .' ?tc. who have been riding around and heater, $750.00. Good condition -
.. ans could cook an alib* for i Apply 220-C Poineiatt
and brothers up and supervising and looking In- II
I am f:d up. If all HELP WANTEDFEMALEDo ( Phone 1337-R. jtsnl431xLady's
lastear'.s failure and Congress tellectual, they would have noth- '....
the men and wom n-statfetici'
would blink its and quip
eyes ing left to fix-and next
year! *
ans. etc. weie put to work at a couplet times but plunk down they would maybe have to to you enjoy having money ,I bicycle, balloo>,f tise i.
some useful task of producingsomething another 100 million or 200 million 'work where they would go need1perspire I' Then; you will enjoy fully the! Man's bicjcle. 28" whecla. ',7-
like maybe corn on to find out how come last'f'ar's ironcy you can make as a part- ble lamp with 1
bit and also for
a the
pay i j Phone1081J
.I time Avon Representative.Pleasant oscillating fan.
cars or shirts shortages would dumping or
v potato project : gas they used. For once; 'Isays, work for
peter out md pronto long or short range farm experiment Henry you are making a save re :I friendly 1ni5-3. p.I t.
For write
Seems like we are not satisfied was a fizzle. And in the mark. 1 .good.pay. .
any more \\ :th odmarthings first place any Junior High Yours with the low down:' *- .stating address to District Man- Cushman scooter for sate
like the sun earning up in the School student could have told JO SEER 0 _ager.P.O. Box 1101 West Palm 1212 Margaret Street betw. to
- - -- -._- .-- - -- 'Reath; Florida. jun1412tFOR I Division and United ( --i

WHICH: 1S (;ERMIR. (;O\'EH\(>IUPi !Do You Know That -- .RENT ROOMS jnnl9tz

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i :> I Cabin cruiser. Sea King Cralg'f
: :1 In Ann AI 001'. MIC.'hP liteI OVERSEAS HOTEL Dock. $1200. Phone 1I93r}

_ patrolmen must retire at the ,Ge! . ,917'Fleming Street 12-ft. skiff. Evenrude outbo
of 55. :1 Weekly Rates $35. Phone 1193R.f ."

-\1 I '. $3 00. to $10.00 without Bath jdnIS-ft2
Puerto Rico is among the nv vst
with Bath
$1200 to $15.00 t
densely populated agianan ..legions i junl-lf; Rocky Road Bar. Reason tot
in the world. :" i I selling: illness. Inquiry White
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Inn Bar.
( Unlike our conception in"t'ina I For Rent -Clean comfortable;: jucl5-5tf- ,
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: I'OOf11Reasonable.. 513 White- '
I Img '
the dragon is a bencficcntj c- 47 Scrvi-Cjcle. like new $15000
head, opposite Court Hou e.
and a giver of gifts to .bj..l-I Apply 1315 Eliza tree : ;'J/
,," .' : t" : junMmonwedfnStxTOR .
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The Jew have made Palestrae : RENT. -APARTMENTS I Lot. 43x50. corner of Duvalafd
'among other things a greaf eC3t- I IFW'nisfred' Louisa Streets. Good 10 atiiln
tei of religious learning "fcith I apartment 3 rooms for a home or business.. t3to
t t1any famous religious sch* ls'' end.bath Maid and janitor I blocks from city ba thing'bosdi

and religious educators. v.>,. Jervice. linens and utilities Price, $2500.00. Call.25.f.'*
furnished. Summer rates. Cor- I junl5-6ti
A FOR RENT COTTAGES al Hotel Apartments opposite

Post Office. jun2-20tx Special 5-foot comer cast won
Small cottage electric' kit ;nen.I I enameled bathtub. still in crate,

1606 Flagler Avc. Phon 6&-.J. Efficiency apartments all utilities -I $75.00. Apply 1229 Whitebefel

jtin-Uii3tx<. furnished. Adults only. Also J Phone 853. iunl6->.=.!
I sleeping rooms. $1000 to S1200t
FOR RENT-COTTAa" double. Stutz Hotel, 410 Flem-1 I Man's bicjcle balloon tii-es. $};.
AND APARTMENTS jug Street junl-tf I! 816 South Street Apt 1.T:

F Furnished cottage and apartment jtinl6-2tx
k Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment
Apply 1128 Margaret Street Practically new Nesco foaster.
Utilities furnished. S69.00
junlS"txFOR New portable sun lamp. Telephone
4 monthly. Couple only. Apply
..U' s,.-ph..t.) 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tf 657-W. jtml6- ti
GOV. THOMAS DEWEY of New York (right Republican
I House trailer and baby carnage.
presidential candidate scratches his head in bewilderment in Liquor license and bar equipment I Nicely furnished two-bedroom Mastic Trailer Park 638 United
trying to decide which is the governor of Maine. Horace A. Hil- for lease or sale. Call 263-J or apartment second floor Phone) Street. junl64u
dreth (left) or his twin brother Charles Hildreth (center The apply at 1125 Duval Street 1185-R. mornings. jun4-3tx!

three were attenaing the National Governors Conference at New I- jun 15-6L'c 7-ft. Philco refrigerator, used
Castle. New Hampshire.31Klr.A I Furnished apartment new gas I only three weeks. Price new

Cu --, .- .r' .:.* WANTED. TO RENT range. electric refrigerator: continuous 33150. Will ;crifice, $250.n
4 =!"'" > hot water. Monthly cash 534 Du\al Street Phone
:>. S HELD AFTER LONG: RIDE .t 'Ttvo.bedroom furnished apart- Phone 215. jun4-tf I IO3-\L junl8-'
ment or hoifc*. Year round.

,j. Get in touch with James Mc- Completely furnished apartment STORAGE
Cltisky, Strand Theater. Phone 1104 Division Street Phone

t 220. jun2-5tx 391-J. No pets nor children Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
jun4-3t commercial. Phone ;93.
r N .ao' \V,nu-d Onc-lxxJroom apartment 1 junl-tf

Reasonably priced. Two Furnished studio apartment for I
adults. Prcfcrabljvicimtj White adult No pets. All conven HELP WANTED
md Duncan Streets. Phone iences. Near beach. MALE OR FEMALE
< 757-M. jun 16-1 Lc 1214 Dmal Street $46.00'1

Live-wire sales men sir woman.
FOR RENT-BUNGALOWS Tw'o-l>cdroom furnished apart-1 See Evans. 509 Southard St.

mcnt. 1212 Olivia Street Ap- 'I 9un15tfREFRIGERATION
Two-bedroom bungalow electric ply 1210 South Street .

r kitchen tile bath screened junl -2txI
!ws porchS125 per month. P
h Tire Shop. jun5-5t I Onc-bcdroom apartment hot wa- Holimxik Refrigeration Service,
ter. gas stove. electric refrigerator domestic and commercial. WOrkluarant'Cj.
FOR RENT $ O.OO per month. Phone free estimate on
1475. jun5-tf repair Call 724-W jun66UMISCELLANEOUS
: On' hfdnmiii, completely furnished -

house For ddulls. Apply Furnished apartment upstairs,.
rear 912 Packer Street modern conveniences boil

jun5-3tx Soutnard St_ Phone 666W. Washers irons vacuums *nd
jun l6-2t x I fans repaired. OBriai.L Phone
R Furnished h.Hise and ttago. hot 1164-M junUl
'v ri'rr. Apply rear 1014 Verde 3 apartments available at 411 !

*, >! / t I Street npstdirs jun6-2t\ William Street jun6-I2tx 16 x 48' Go\t. B rratki. Delivered -
in scctionv Double floore. la
FOR .SALE-USED CARS FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS I' sulated roof. Pine sidewalL covered -

with roofing win-
i paper.
1947 'C".hc"ro dcliv '. "Can't Susie"
; .I'dan.: crv catch Get a dines and doon. FOB. cr or
driven 6 thousand miles. Pcr- child's leather
genuine harness.
r trucks Camp Shelby $399 Delivered
r feet condition. William }.fcyers. I 75c at TilE CHILDREN'S COR- to lot your unload $5W.

609 Duval Street ,. NER. 421 Simonton (near Erected S710. National Sal*.

jun4-3tx Scars). jun44txWANTED Inc. II-4878. P.O. Box 1391.

Manufacturers of New PreFabs -
1940 Ford tudor dc IUNC. excellent j TO BUY All
t I sizes.. jun144tFloor
mechanically good paintradio

extra spare tire*. S650 : Wanted. Cut Hair-Will pay Ito .
ending b\
t \P \\ let .t.oITHREE
cdsh Phone 790. ExtensionJ 5 dollars per ounce depending I
t estimates grven Phone
OF THE 43 MEXICANS who were held by Chicago >217. jun 16-3tx 1 on length color and condition IG3, or call at .01 Caroline St.
police Saturday ice migration authorities huddle in the backof of hair. Send full length sam-J[ juni 3-ti
a false bottomed trt.ck in which Lt. Harold Enger of the FOR SALE TRAILERS pie. Lock Box 105, Key West

police said he nad learned they were smuggled into the United Fla. junlO-OtxJ| LANDSCAPING
Slates and Drought to Chicago from San Benito. Texas. A covering Utility trader. Factory-built 1- J
500-pound eilp teito', All metal. Wanted To Bay-Portable )
of cantaloupes is visible through the open slat above the type- WanBow Landscaping Co. 4139
coiupaiUncat. Apply 1121 Pearl. Phone 1325Jjunl516I33tx. writer. Phone 1543-M. I I Avenue BPhone 3-W. '

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t 5 S. BENNY'S TROPICAL TRADER WHERE TO BUY IT When :and certain the r.product'U:jlc* bo JH*or It as service to wbexete la -:THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT Y0Uit

: Motor Court : ..,..' .. ........ .. .. .eeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .
718 DUVAL STREET 1000 ,

'" I Ownership of 909 BENNY tmonloltSt.-FERNANDEZ Management .; :, Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. If I t I s EI:Ctrl.cal WE W E REPAUiITT SELL. I T :.. ;:: .. POOR OLD CRAIG '1\

Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; We Will Call For ad DelherSO ; ;
Serving . > WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station t.;"
; .BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 ., Electrical Electric Work : : : 1'(:
of Appliances :
J J H. BRADT. Manager PHONE; IU4e .
I : eLUNCHEON.DINNER. 5 to 11:30 8:30 to 2'...................._...._...._..:.:...........e. oCoc: 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE .: I Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. ; Elands and Dirtsloa Streets ,. _
:I The Beat Steak ;. /....................*..............eee'eeeeeeeee. : ELECTRIC U :. : 701 DUVAL STREET ? Tire Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : !.

.: J Short Orders-Sandwiches of ,. j HOME SUNDRY STORE : ...............................N.......NN.:* : 822 S1MONTON. STREET ,; ......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealet"e.
!i At All Hours 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE IT.J .: s...................... :................. ....i. J Dry Cleaning ..............................*.............., I

J TROPICAL Try Our Froien DRINKS ;, Tour .Patronage Invited"e :: ,: PRITCHARD I :, : RUSSELL'S. .::e. .3. and Pressing24HOUR SERVICE :,. I RADIATOR SERVICE

Open Dally and Sunday, ; : -': Free Pick-Up andDelivery ,
I Ice Cream Medicine : FUNERAL jf
Proprietary 2
:3 AM. to Midnight\ ; Service .
.eeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeo. S Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : DRY GOODS; .: SUITS for MEN 9 Rod Cleaning;&.Repairing. .Flushing ,, -
: J Toilet Preparations and Articles. : HOME 1106 OLWIA'STfcEET: :l .: and WOMEN AND
i eeeeeeeeeeeeeee.*.............................. ; jj ';' ': Made-lo-Measure 1 : TON' '. S.AUTO
3 3Specialising I
:......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ................................................. Let Those Serve J; PHONE '373 .-: :;'i.. PHONE 282reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 6KM.es :.GBE-:-;$KE.",STREET SHOP ,

Who Serve Best J .. ; ..
GOMEZ : MUMFORD and ROSS -: eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeve'eee'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeCAROLYN

!: I -220 DUVAL STREET-'-'. -; /..... WE HAVE NEVER in :: *.!................... ;............................................ ,

:. FURNITURE CO. J Exclusive< Monroe County Distributors/or- .. ",..l _# BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST WILL .I ; WomctCs and \ I : .;: BEAUTY SIIOPPE "
720 DUVAL STREETS Carrier ; I
: : AC on"c I LOPEZ : e.ri.u Hotdsit Fleming St. ,
Juvenile ,. _. ; Ambulance Service .. !
Furniture ; ; Cluldrell'. . r- .. -" ;
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:. HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE( for Domestic and Commercial. : .. ; ,- ,:. : .';:.b(11.. .!,ALD BARBER ,
: 133 PHONES --,,:::..''' 'lii S Telephone 548 :: I 'Funeral, I. Service : ; . .sPadze In :
. Plastic Inlaid eve.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.**e.eeeeeei *e.'**V.'e_...eeRefrigerators. : NeTer Sleeps ; : Apparel f Established IMSLicensed Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeingt
i Con 9 oleo I m ................... .. .......... ..... : ; .Iii31vs or I
: Axminster Broadfelt .I! e .ei, .. ......+...............< i..eeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeltfnunSHISr t : Phone 1. : nsasrsr CIItTli ,
: tEI.e trfc .: : Funeral ,, i.............:..ia a.s'1. .!.LMKT......WAS.............
: RADIOS and BOTPOINT .....a S : : ,. Directors and ................... .,.... .......................\
I: : . ..:.a. EniLialmcrs24Hour -
: Appliances Disposals and Elecfricet'A. "Ph.j et. ,t. '.! : STRLL'S BEAUTYtOOK :
Wa Iiin g Machines for Immediate JT 1 S lcn.hfJc FJeau'ljf Culhir I :
J. "Terms Arranged" ; cfj; Licensed, ;.. : : w in AH Branches,
9:00 PJ4. :
I.. MON. and SAT.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. : HOME APPLIANCE,. ; : 'Ambulance : 2 Thoroughly Experienced: :

s. ,. ..... 605 SIMONTON SThEET PAINTING Contractor t i i. Service : : OperatorsSoft : .
5 .......................................i.i...... : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED .. .., Water Uied Exctad, ..I 7 I
11:. .. :.,... ............................e.eeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee. : :T.I.phoa.9127.114 DuTal Stzs.t.Jefferson Hotel.. { hon., 13S -. Night 596 : I Phone 637 538 Fleming. . .:.
I(r :. .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ....,..........................e*.....::*.*:..."..- .:.It1...'...:...........-. .e...............N............................i.
.1 : West Garden eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..........t ':. .......N.......e e e..e....H-e**.............. w
PRICE TOURS : : Key t & Lawn Supply I t When You Want FASTER, BETTER ,-| f...!.. ;e............... e- Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited : :.

e 5 .* *PusengerRepresentative :.: :: 314 FLEMING STREET PHONE,101S_ :. : FLOOR SANDING . ', : *'"*, : t.%" :West F,'a..: : Frances Beauty Salon :: I.

: : S On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN 1. _, .- ; Frances Park. Owner : ". -

: bi : : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line Guaranteed Work Modern MSOUVENIRS. . 1010 CRINNELL STREET : m
.: ,, : . Beauty Culture in all its Phase* : .
: FLORIDA EASTCOAST ;: Courteous Service and Delivery. 1 J. DOUGLAS TREVOR., ._ i 5 'CONCH SHELLS .
: RAILWAY .....*.........................v.eee.eeeeeeeeeee. 1829 Harris A cnuc PL.-1: 74-R.. i AUSl.ee;. ; ; / Facial Permanent Shampoo- Scalp.Treatment Manicuring I

.: irW Located NextDR. .................te......................, ......... .:...............................>.....................................ee: ...eeeee*..; e.**.t* : COCOANUTS' _.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMarion's( For Appointment Phone 1331 ..
: Save 20 : S e ..... .. .. . ....-. r. .....
i ... COBO'S ..; on dwellings% Fire+ Insurance : Landscapingl\larlandTopoil\ $ i ; ;' SPONGES ;; Cayo Hueso; Beauty Salon i :
OFFICE nwre a n t i 1 e .
:' r ; bldgs. house. br INSURING withAtlantic . TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : ; '- Southernmost House in the U.s.A. :
I'.: I'LZNIJfQ STREET : ; hold and per. Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co.' .: MARL HAULED$5.00 for 4 YARDS, .'. i .Will Ship to AllY Part : 5 PHONE> 131,1- .. .: :t
Ren *t La Conchs Hotel : : tonal effects. S Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very ReasonableI t. 3 &.; of, .U.$. or Canada 3
. All Policies Non Au.u.bl. : : Featuring . . :
Save 157. on .f ; i;
:I PHONE> 124'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee MercantileStock 1. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674* : I G. WEECRj"( ." .5; .Marcy .S. ,Palacio I .. Spot Reducing I" :
C : .:: : f .J 401 South Street : Mechanical\ :
V ......................................... ......: : : Manage | I
e : .................s...............,.ua .;. i : .ItEY'WEST FLORIDA : All Brand*vi Beauty Culture :
..................... ...................*..........*....... .........l .oeeeee..........t................:.:o ....: t..1i......e..... ,,......*....1...-4............................
: JEFFERSON COFFEE SItO .............. ...........*.a*.**.............e. .... ..*..
: I B.&B. CYCLE SHOP : : t': : : ; Foe Mere: :
J Ride the Bus to the : ; lit DUVAL STREET q' -; .' REAL ESTATE' -> _ _ ural Hair Tint.Nate. : I
2 GOLF COURSE - Ing er Finest .
r 822 Fleming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone iOlJ. :: ; Open Daily and Sunday, ;. ., la Permanent :
Motor\ Scooters .. e 5 P.M. to 1 A.M. :;.. 11. :Saletr::'1" _'_ w.....
\ C US I man ,. : ; IIERVING Ap' ": N: : : "I
. 2 Sales and Service Immedi. t Delivery : COMPLETE Dinners l'7 ; : base. Beauty ,
BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches i Tl tsJ$ :..
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e' Scati RentalSenlce!, :: eeeeeeeeeeeeee. ----REASONABLE............PRICE.....:*..........f.-. ; !: iantgcment ; ie s Colony ; .
; e Buddy lIm T
& :d. .vacant S21 Southard
TAKE ; e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee/ee eeeeeeieei !' : pnJ .:: : s t N-
: : : ]lrop ICiy West w v w Street
s BUS 2 O Parking Flags : ,; f. 1 ; f'.tfa trlostre.-Covaty .
NO.1. i INSURANCE ;: Next to Southernmost
C to for; ; 2 .Windshields : : I : 1. O'Q"O> ; ; *x r School Beauty :
; : KJ CIiIIEINER ; All Licensed
i .LINL3 I O Footrests and ALL OTHER COMPLETE . !
a, : : COVEftACK/ :... ,. r REALTOR ; r J BeauticiansSpecializing ,
-S b DAYTON BICYCLES ind .' \ K t I Insurance C' ? J 411 Fleming Street inMost
'. e Have Fun ; J Also : : eyes o. : ill WUtehead Street : Modem
I KEY WEST GOLF CLUBeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee; :; STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : :: all BIMONTON STREET PHONK 1171e : | Phomea 124 and 73$-R : Beauty Phase Culture of ;. \

eeeeeeeeeee..............................e...eeeeeeeeeeeeeee'eee...............:.....eeeeee..... : ......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee"eeeeeeee Directly in Front of Postoffice i .......................i Telephone.I..... 206 for Appointment.. ........... iii
s ................................. eeeeeeeee isEHABLAESPANOL* *
.................... : BICYCLES REP: lRtD ;. ..:...:................: ............................................. .

24 HOURS in Watchmaktoy SERVICEExperience : :;2, FOR SALE 101 am: / BEAUTIFY I i INSURANCE j GoodWork-LowPnces ,

qualifies us to assure ; Our Customer Must BeI : Your Entire House with Dally between 1:30 AJ4.and 3:50
: -Appointmenis are acceptede
you accuracy and dependability : OFFICE
in repairs. SatisfiedS20 I ; ; INLAID LINOLEUM j from public by Senior Student of .
Wh.ther it is the inex- ; : DIVISION STREET PHONE 13 0I SOUTHARD I
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)i : pensive seven jewel or I : ; : STREET : The
the most costly seventeen : OVERSEAS CYCLE STOREeeeeececeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee or ASPHALT TILE : Opposite Bus Station , I .
School I
I 5 JeweL guaranteed.infinite care u always ,........................................*.***.**.. EXPERTLY INSTALLED :. PHONE- ;
HO. i
of f Beauty t Culture
If your watch is not TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE :' .

giving you. why complete not bring satisfaction j DRUM B A R a n d .. .. :: :: ,: e, 523 Southard Street l\ -

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Can Lt I 'a :ne I/nnlrrs HAH' t Y . *
: Feature Sunday n.l\ .
In Defeat I
NCCS I' : :
I VI' *MMrtat4 PVM Program; 1 1I '
NEW YORK June -All the "(.' r;
Ieatel.! l k.d .r ,. Cleveland Phil- The NCCS program Sunday j : f :

adtJpMa fcnd New York in the Included calisthenics in the club- .
American tort their game last. f U.ce.8f 1 p. m.. under the; leadership I
nmhtHoston: . t s+ 11 '
V. of Egun Kaufmann, ME2;
defeated Cleveland l Indians t J :
7-3.; Detroit won from the swimming in the U. S. Naval : i ii4 i''
.Phltpdt| >lphia Athletics 4-1, and base pool from 2 to 4 p. m. and 1 1t ; J.t .
I 7. Chicago nosed out the New York nearly three hours at the baseball 'I .
Yankees, 9-3. The Washington game ,which ended after 12 : y3 ? I II Ifr !I.1. .
nttSt. :
cd Louis b'C"I Browns UW> of rain.game i was'r.ietparc ..innings' with a tie score, USS .. . 11I ti .

Marston Draves took the leading NOA 2; Sonar School 2. I 1 1 .' -.
'. The junior hostesses committee :
League puaitioa away from jn New the York National last which planned the program comprised I! :. i ; .: ",
Estella Bd-
night by deflating Chicago Cubs. Betty Gann .
"6 3v mont. Aida Soriano and Netta !{ !
while the Giants were losing;; -
to the Pittsburgh Pirates0._ St.;, Valdez. '
Lotus Mike Vonesh TE2. and Joe 1 1i 1 .y
Cardinals won from the
Philadelphia Phillies{ 2-1.1 Kaufman ME2 assisted with t i 1 1Ii
> Leonard Hardin 'j3'ann 3 i "
In the only afternoon Splayed transportation: t der 1A -
refreshments, and
in either league the ET3. served : t
SN, and
Kenneth Persinger
C'infmnsti Brooklyn Dodgers Reds. '54AMERICAN nosed. out the I Steve Buckweitz explained the ..11' I !,.,t.,l : ,

LEAGUE. fine points of the game to Junior A TENNIS RACQUET "HALO"'FOB JACK TUERO (right), new I S

Night Came t hostesses.. I southern amateur tennis champion is held by Gardner Larned
R. II E... the runner-up at the end of the tournament in Memphis Tena. i \
Boston : ;_ 7901 Tuero of Tulane university in New Orleans defeated Lernsd of
Cleveland'V _ 3 TO, How They Stand Rollins College in Florida 5.7.6-3.3.6, and 6-2 in the final play. "1 !
..' Parnell andtTebbets: : Lemon,!f _ __ __ __ __ : t tI cj ,
,Lhl1-otuphcr.ton.- Kleunan.' and TipI -', Win Ovei Kantor's J Jt +y s ,
I : '' Florida-mtematlonalI I; r ; /

\Night Came | Baseball League : A __

I ..Detroit' ? R 4 II.7'1 E.,;.I i Havana Club W.43 23 L. Pct..652 i: Vets Beal'IinMHQUEZ t Adams Dairy ;: '. ' s I

Philadelphia 120 1
,I I Tampa 41 26 .612 1I .
I : Newhouscr and Swift; Coll1alnI St Petersburg 36 34 .514. HITS IIOM 1.* : lI l-\, ; u 1

OH.I Rusar. Lakeland _ 35 35 .500 1 '
Miami Beach 34 35 493
. Night Game. Miami __ _.31 36 .463 I City Recreation ; ; writer ;
R. H. E.CTticago ., West Palni Beach _30 38 441 I I PUT ELKS TE.oln'( f American printer patriot
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9 13 0New Foil Lauderdale __ 23 46. 333 1 I
York 8 10 1i i FRONT, 2 TO 1 I Program "
.R '' Raschi, Drews. Brynes. Ij I Island City Baseball League j I i and .
and Niarhos. ]terra; Harrist Caldwell '1 Club- W'L. Pet|j I In the first game the Elks almost )- diplomat physicist .
und Robinson. SubRon Four _. 3 0 1.000 1 cinched the game in thei SOFTBALL I

I Bombers 22 .500 i i i. first inning when Pazo walked, Bayriew Park. Night I v
5'y NATIONAL Night Game LEAGUE. I Adams Dairy _ 2 2 .500 Gnffen walked. Pazo was thrown! THURSDAY }a i

.r R. II. E.I I Ramblers _- 03 000!][ out at the plate on a throw. to i I First Game-Kantor's Men's f.I f.\, . .

Boston _ -- 6 10 second i that was relayed home. I Shops. Naval Hospital. '
Chicago ? -r . 362 I Major Baseball Leagues j I I Henriquez hit a homer to center. I Second Game'-SubR.n 4 vs.' %\ I
,i Sam and Salkeld: Meyer, Chip.1 1 I AMERICAN I II In the third \ Adams Dairy. '' W.
{[i a hit. sacrifice andfielders'
.man and Srheffmg i I Club- W. L. Pet!. choice and Joe FRIDAY MASTER\ in fields its From l
Night Game I/I{i Cleveland 31 15 .674I ,, Lewisscored. I First 1 Flyers.Game-Elks Club v;.. VX-I'U;' | many part, proud heritage.

R.H.E.1 t!'I I New Philadelphia York: _ u '_m_31 28 21 22 590.560;j I In the fourth three.: errors and Second Game-VFW v*. HdilAhf. Franklin served his his small Philadelphia printing
_ Benjamin
Pittsburgh 250; Detroit : . .._ 27 25 .519I i! a walk and two of. the Elks Sport Shop. i 3
j New York __ 0 3 I .
OjOstermueller I __ 4 JUNE 21- C
Washington 24 28 .46 crossed the plate. '
w tvwg' ; Jones and and Livingston.Kluttz; Har-, Boston' 23 26 463 j j I The men's :shop boys scored 1 First Game VFWs. , qb-LI, .i early apprenticeship'; a's a shop to the giant modern I
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St. Louis'------- 19 29 .396 i 1 two in the third on ;A walk two{ 1
.. ,Chicago e._ ..___- w14 32 304'1'1 I passed balls and a' hit batsman. f I Second Game-Kantor's Men',>' J of skilled craftsmen
R. H E. .., At 16 he became the today
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St. Louis ___ __._ 280 NATIONAL I i Fleitas .tripled to center. Shop \ j I \ printer. .
_.____. I They scored th ir- ast.two reins JUNE 22- &
Club W. L. PcL
-.Philadelphia.B azle.: Wilks and Rice;182 Leon .Boston:-_;. __ ._28 21 .560 I' a in hit the batsman fifth. Fleitas".and'hit a double.' ,i: First Bob's Game-Adams Dairy vs... t'\': editor( and publisher of his have continually striven I
a:single by Sport Shop. s
ard; and Scmmick. New York _. _._._ 27 22 .55H I' r vsl I'I
I Ogden scored the runs. Second Game-Elks Club *
Pittsburgh ___-"m_. 27 22 .551 :, At bat the leaders for and
were Fleitas. Naval Hospital. i l. improvement perfection -
R.: 1L E.t St.Louis --- _. _27 23 .540 j with and \with own newspaper. t
Brooklyn 5 11 : i : ._ _.___._ [ two Ogden one. JUNE 24- 1 \
i ------ t-+ Philadelphia .2626 .500 for Kantor's ._"* .
Cincinnati .4 G ._ ___.__. !'[ j First Game-Bob'j, Sport Shop k in the technical of
'. 11 Brooklyn m 22 25 .468:. For the Elks, Rodriguez, Solo- ; vs. SubRon 4. To Franklin American publishing art I
Taylor. Ramsdell and Hodges; Cincinnati23 29 442 I ,
i'., \V 'hmei 'r and LIl1\: 1nno. ,Chicago"-_ .. __ 19 31 .380 had mon and Ingraham. Fito Lastres [ Second Game-VX-1 vs. Kava! : I
u a busy '
day at short'thth four
1 _- Hospital i
; *' | and in
I putouts and six assis s... ( printing owes, printing.'
TODAY'StNN1VERS.tRIES I I1 Softball LeaguesClass Score: .' .R. H, E.{JUNE 2S- I .
t .. I "A"' Elks . 201 200.0-5 .5 2 t j Fir.t. Game-VFW vs. Aru.mii)i .
I II Kantor's 002 020 0-4. 3 3 I 's.1 !
(Know America) Club- W. L. Pet I r Game-Elks Club |
I ... Joe Lewis and Henriquez;' E
1775-Judah Touro. noted New II Bob's Sport Shop _. 12 1 Sweating and Fleitas. '. Kantor's Men Shop. i i j' .
Orleans Jewish merchant-philanthropist Vets of Foreign Wars_ 7 5Adams Home run: Hennquez; three-, (NOTE:-All managers take no- j I t tI
burn in Newport, R. LI Dairy u 4 8 base hit: Fleitas; two-base hit:I tice: All games will be played i[ iI ., : :.
I SubRon 4 ____ __ _ 2 11 I
scheduled and no changes
Died Jan as
II 1854. I I Fleitas; stolen bases: E. Griffen. : ,, '
: 18O4-Alvm Adams pioneer of I j Class "B" 2; sacrifice hits: Faze '2, Kerr;,t will be made in the schedule.) :' : + + : + s I
', the Club- W. L. Pet' '
: fcxprcs busmen who began struck out: by Lewis 3, by Sleeting '
by carrying parcels between New I I' Elks Club 8 3 3; bases on balls: off Sweet-'I I JUNIOR SOFTBALL I Ii
YOlk and Boston on season tickets -I Kantor's Men's Shop 6 6 ing 5, off Lewis 4: time of game:I i Bayview Park. Afternoon >; i
," born at Ando\er Vt. Died'VX-1 Flyers 5 6) I 1.05; umpires: Griffen and Villa- '!, and Morning I II Ii .
Sept. I. 1877.1820Jared. i I! Naval Hospital . 4 8 real. i i I Daily play . I
B. Flagg. Episcopal I I I
clergyman achieving fame a* soldier one of the three Federal In the nightcap the Vets won !. 1
iin artist, horn in New Haven.| commissioners who arranged. the over the Adams Dairy by a 7 to TENNIS f THE ARTMAN PRESS has 3 !
I' Bayriew Park. Afternoon y I For t than 1 >< spared
Conn. Died Sept 25. 1899. I I I Appomatax peace, born in New 5 score. The Dairy Boys playeda and i <,j more thirty years
1830-Charles Denby Indiana York. Died Dec 3, 1910. I loose game and committed 7 I Night. I
soldier, lawyer diplomat father!1 I i 1838-Frederic Archer. English errors to help the Vets. I Daily play. } no effort to produce only the highest quality/ printing. Each :
of a secretary of war born at organist noted American pupu-t At bat. Higganbotham hit
Mount Joy. Pa Died Jan. 13, larizer of organ recitaL, born in three safely for Adams and George '! two. In the field, HigKenbotham : v
1904: England. Died in Pittsburgh, Malgrat hit two and J. Lewis .did' not make n1 I I.I ;Tf ij job large or small receives the full benefit t of long experience SI :
1830-WeMev :Merritt noted Oct'22, 1901. For the Vets Chita Baker hit error. i- ,
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_, _ j For the Vets, Baker" Hopkins, I' > 1
and R!.cans: were the best I :
CITATIONINS: BELMONT:\ ; RACING'S TRIPLE CROWN Score n. n. EJ I tJ. in the trill e. $ .

--- -..-..-- -,--- -_-. I Adams 003 020.--.5 Z 71
VFW 132 lOx-7 6 .4
... I j Griffen and Villareal: HJITI-; I "
,. a) .' . I I and Fallon. l'
: I II I! Home run: J, Lewis: tbasf I
hits: Sands, Baker Means!:; stolen% I
s k 1 a .,. .. I base: Fjl'on! : sacrifice hits: : Fat a ARTMAN T I PRESS and Lusinesc S
a& Ion, Ingraham struck our bp': 5 5Vilh THE t 1 1 1 your personal!!:! your !

1"4. |, Harris 3. by Grilfin I: ba-ca.n i'
t r xeroxta balls: off Gnffen 2. off II.rr,: a:.
I( time of game: 1.20: ump.:t'<: Vl-I{ I r | priming requirements will be handled( ( EXPERTI.Y.> . SWIFTLY |
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a moot :Stakes wheels around the lut| |urn into the home: stretch at Belmont Park Saurday. Trailing Cigars
f Citation is Escadru ((4)) and (on rail) King Ranch's Better Self ((23)). Other horses unidentified. Ii :
Br winning the race Citation annexed racing's triple crown-the Kentucky Derby. Preakness and Soft Drinks : J

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West On Visit '''::....-t! ; ( 4., READING Pa-When an official -i: flauiir HllfWlnKrrtlliraie t'. lx>we. the has holder filed of -aid.rte.

; : : : of the Bethany Lutheran ..wr0flcai.'e a laxtee.i lo tie Issued .

Troop No. 27 Bov Scouts of r. ; ; r'I Church of Wes* thrrron Tlirtifkatr. nuin. Ito
Reading wrnt to her andar wf i.v. nan<-e. the d.seripthr. i

America, at Dania Florida, visited t\\ a Reading bank !o pay the interest 1 name\'in. whirS if the it properly was| assessed aril .110.I .r.. ,. -. "' .

the Island City yesterday. : I on the $11,500 indebted uv follow: .
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Eleven Scouts and Scoutmaster .. 'r j nass of the church, he found that eriiriratr :N<". SillTear 1/ J
of Issuance. IS I:. j
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Sparkman Holding made the trip the principal was only 6500. : 1..lpU..D..r. Proprrtv : Tavrr. :I .. . *

'" I An anonymous donor had paid i, filer .'..\.. No. I. Key |j rgo.. Plat, ,

The Scouts had been camping at ..;,. $5,000 on the debt without liook I. rate I Ivy:. XHh ..f. I Lot
1. Marathon for the = saying ( J-!*-!). >*,'. 34. Twp C*. R :,11-: .
past five days.. anything to the pastor or I..., S, 4'I-5"5, A* ........r.I..1 ItI .
T Scoutmaster Ernest Avila of members of the church council I I Monrwr 4.ounlT l.trnru I *w dItI .

<;(\: .Troop'! No. 52 and two other 10- I |I nark Nan. .... in Stink a..__: )I. r' ,

4cal Scouts took the visiting I .\II..r aid property l.mp la tilI .,

i j for a tour of the city visiting Lucky Two I loamy of M..ar' r. that. of Florida .
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, the i 1-ei.-i>fi IMM rer-iriraie ..r <- rtir- I
; various places of inte- 1hate.I 1"u
t I shall I.e rrdrrm< il a? .r.tini' : .
, rest, such as the fire station, the t I to Utw the prop.rle 4' .ssuch WA' .
t ROSS Ind. Elmer Lcmmon .i."I"I ,
i city hall the oldest house, the i. I 1. rtifitair or crrtifh al : aI
and William Basiger escaped se- \>r oM .. ih. biirhrM l Atddrr .it the I
t Acjuanum.. and The Citizen. I j .-oun house "'...Mon ik. firm )Inn I - e 1i 1t 1
e The Scouts said they were de. I rioirj; injury when their car turn- J I.....) in month of \mru I...* whi h

.\ J with the Island ax ed over crashed into a ditch and j! t-- the end day ..r .XIIKUM" l!)OI'
lighted City and
> landed with the end t 1 leil. I '.th date ..f .lum I'i 4' t sr 6 j
that they hoped to return for a rear: resting -'>:.M., lines: i' Sawyer ..

weekend trip. They left yesterday a i t up high against a telephone Jolt": 1. t'I.. k..f ir nit, > :..Sr' ?r ,
llonn .. '
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:_ afternoon for Dania. p %
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. The discovery' of vitamins, likeo
. Besides Scoutmaster

Holding, the scouts were Sparkman: Kenneth I many others was a gradual '\OTU'ITO MlIHTfHI: ..* : it i

Siems Robert Kelly Leroy ; process over a good many years, j I ( IB-t frmtutlrrt: Wra. ll : >) li
l\ Tll: I 1)4IIT OF' Till-; rut Vl'tI
Pies, Don Moore Luther Hill : 'f one development slowly merlinsinto I I Jl It,..:. tlOMtOt-: I'01T t

t Lloyd Campbell Eddie Houston another often in almoft imperceptible I'LU111Ht. l\ pnOR \'1'.:' '
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In rr: Itat, of -
. Paul Hickert Billy Brooks stages. I j >:.I'M'f-' f,(;itiMxvi. ...l ;

c' Lee Ilamlm, and Alva Manning.Congressional l t T. til f'..,."..... m4 frn-tmn Ila.I ..- I ,.

I r, LEGALS I, "I.. 1'111.1e ljlatrti or ......... t&iilavlaW t H' wireplutu4I i

i I.>t and ..a.,h of MH. arc. h..r.-I.\' 1 i 4
I as *. Philip Fleming federal works administrator points out ,
i : j \4lTUt: 4H- P.PIII\TIO\ I notified and r<-<|iiir<-rrnt jt.%'
< I HtU T4\ l>f:Mil. oliimx and demands. which )hll..r I tet375c! : causad by"den floo-i i at Vanport. Ore. May 30. Between then is Secretary cf the. In- f:
Wtrephoto) I HVHMHill >.. ttt: | either offnl. may base a::atn-II *
I tenor Julius Krjg.:: The army officer H Cot T. D. Weaver an officer in the engineers. Friday
FIVE MlTK: I' IIlHKHY 'iI\ .::-:. thai the eclat.of srace IArwe 01..0.. .1.
: :. Grist Mill -MONTHS-OLD SCHUYLER VAN JOHNSOrf the cen i'tudr I-.. I I........ the hol.lrr ..f the late of salt ..cnly. In Ihr ....,. I President Truman signed an emregenc Appropriation) for flood relief in the &rea.TODWS .
ter cf attention as she gets her picture for the first time with foll..wh'gertlfieale has filnl said f I Judge/ of Monroe fonnto, F'h.rid. ...

her mother and famed .-rrliflialr for a tea ilrrrt. in l>r iunrvl -- at hi .rrio''e .n Ike nmrl Mmsr ..( .
father. Van Johnson of.the movies. Mrs. .. -- --- --- -- - ---
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, By REP. GEORGE SMATHERS Johnson is"the former stage actress ETC Abbott. A year and'a' ..r and >'..ar ot i""aJlt'Y. the. ilr within eiieht itlendar months from f : 1 I'r-
half she diTorced [ ...riptton of Ih.. Hrnprnx anti tlirJ | the time of ihr frat losblieath.n. : I1IRTIIDVYSKnow It is reported that if a Russian .
ago Actor Keenan Wynn and married Van .. ff Ihia n..tM-e. garb: claim il.. wishes to describe 1I
J nainr in which H wan a** *!***! err anything four Grocer SELLS Thai Good
bed at 4 o'clock Johnson. fnllnws, maud shall l.e in writing. and vl jMate ( America)
Going to in the II- : I he that look
i pertect, says exactly
:: i nifi.pir No. -II!. thr place f rriden ailo n.I''
afternoon without supper because .---------. -- Sear of I'KiiJttrr M4Zl I...... ..rr.... address ..r the claimant. I John L Sullivan, Secretary of if'it had cone from Am- .' STAR: BRAND

there's food in the house I l> .lii.n .f Pro rt : Tjvrrnirr ant shall In.worn l.III.. 'Uihiv the born
rvri >
. no | i | ) Navy Manchester N. 'erica. They have seen our lend j jI I I
I ..... .. .. man'. his agent..4 ilt...rnT. and l ,
'Former' t l Ni: 1 I. K v Iar4n. Plat I. : AMERICAN:
and no to buy it! Stayingin Junior JFofiirfft'xClub H. 49 I lease .
money Key I'.-.k I. Pat.r ..::1. xui.. of lads an) KtMhla,m or lrtnjn l pot. years ago goods. i I COFFEV'and !!

bed all day because the houseis :3--O. si ;\C. T.. p. 11 2, n. 3* I*.. filed shall IM- vuidJcrr.. : Wajter tot Vf Splawn interstate CUBAN

cold and there to To Give If.t ". 14-5M,. ,,, rn-orili inMonror \ J. Tr"\ .rAn I Some 100,000 of Palestine" A .
is no money J Wester f, Gels / .'o..ntK*-.-i.riJ". arrwt'.r of the T.aetYIII Commerce Commissioner. -Try Pound Today-
buy fuel! A diet of corn mush 1 I Name: in which: assessed. : )I. t. \ and TrutanM-m ..f I I I born in Arlington Tex. 65 :'Arabs are Christians. I

.the year around because thereis Burn Dance I rlarkMl .:rare 1_....... ........:0...-.1. I I years I I. 'II
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Scholarship of malt "rnpt.rt) being In shemoots "tayC.jnnO-lfI-I"t 1 I ..... .............................. .. .__ .___-
no money to buy even the i Ii i I ."" .nn. '
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of vinnriNviair of Il..rida.1'nlrss bishop Paul D Kern of Nashville ... . .. ...... ..". . OllmnnlnaM.minIlnlnnntnlnNN'InslUlalruninr !! '''''_ "..._. 110.

cheapest wholesome diversified, A barn dance sponsored by the t Jordan i .. Kh rrrtificalv. i-r rrrtifate l\ Tel: "'|ll('|'IT f'01 RT OK Till Tcnn, Methodist leader .
Hugh Mclnnis who i -
is : J < shill l>r rnlrrmnl aroordrni" ?
diet! That not fiction from a tit\K\TII "I 15114I. C'IIIC'I ITDl'
Key West Jr. Woman's Club, will to lAw the properly lrtrrili in 'r born in Alexandria, Va.. Go years .
Steinbeck novel but facts as pre- J resided in Key West for several I nw'h .Trimi-atr ..r .i-rrllflratr will THI-: !TTfr.: Ol- |'IA'MIII'. I.
be held on Friday June 18 at the lMl K)H IO> H I01 \'1'1. ago
'sented to me in numerous letters. : years has been awarded a Harvard IxM to the highest .i..r. Jl thrrnwrt .\ 1'111'EH1.rear r 1r ..
Elks' Club annex. hmtvr door ..n the first \lun Ona Munson born
1 I .. in
received from needy old folks in |: College freshman scholar- i day| in m..nlh..r AIDCIU.I U4<. .. hiih \ 11-12: :0 .
Prizes will be awarded for the I.KM.IP MH-'i Jr. I Portland Oreg., 42
years ago
SoUth Florida : is lID ofugu! 'l. I54S I
funniest costumes and will ship, according to information re- I 11 ..5nt; a Plaintiff. .
prizes | |v 1.lh lilt of Jlinr. l"4*. George W. Coleman of Boston
There but what en. l'I\'tlP.' II ; ,
is no question ; <$/HI. n...... 4
be drawn from a hat 1 ceived here I SawyerJerk It.A I VPUNK ro"f..I:1 j
the elderly people those sixtyyears ,: today. of i'ireuil 4'ourt. of :, I eminent civic loader, born in B i3- 1)1)

I He of the .,....1.,... -frn.lint ton SI .
was one successful Mnnnnfounly ,
of age and over are today I Oil...-:" ni- PI III.14' %TIO\ years ago. ,
Green finely minced I jn n IS-->3-:w:jMT.H41 .
pepper 3
Tit '
: 1.- VcriM- aid.l ITr
candidates Gen. Richard J. t
speaking selected from 950 I Maj. Marshall
generally living in con- onion powder and a small amountof applicants P. o lox :..17lairlftillf .

ditions of abject poverty. It's chili added to from the 43 states o. the I ""TIC.t.rp"TIO" Arkan.uiVwtt ,.. superintendent of the Virginia lrr
are good
for of those sauces I-4HI T" \ uiFu arc hrrrl r....iui -,-.t T.. appear Military Institute born in Markham .
most people
tragic ;: Union several territories and .
scrambled eggs; use as a fillingfor ll.... Hill >.. I"M.J: I to the Hill (*.. l >itortfil ..l
have in the past made great contributions i a toasted sandwich if desired foreign countries. :-:N4ITI4'-:-: HhUI-lil 4.IXI-V; : that a".in..1 \... in the al....... "tvl.l Va. 53 years ago. .

to our country but to- ,1,r J...r4'. I......&. Ihr ....IoI..r of the ru..>... .n .r Iwfore the irth day of Arthur Bliss Lane former ambassador ; r .
; i followint!. irrllfimtr has filed naiilrrtifiiair JulA. II |*t". .ihrKl the alIiKatlonn .
day they find it extremely diffi- 1 Put a quarter pound of ham .. to Poland, born in New
i NOTICE OF MEETING OF ; for n tax drril to l>r 1.- f- .t..in..1 Ihrrt-fn mill l i iI I ,
cult to live decently. EQUALIZING BOARD ''a quarter pound of snappy yellow sued thrrron The i-rrt if I..ate Sumher taken an n.nfessrd. I I Yoik 54 yearago..
i and y."r .., i..uanr,. HM ilrvrriplion Iwo\. ant ..rd.re.l l at Nec V\-"t.1 I i. .
At the rate we are going the ; .I,i cheese and a thud cup of of ,h.. proprrly and thrrrtiflcttr PI...ri.; ..., this 5th iiav of Junel .\. : Raymond Rubican, retired 1 tIv

problem will get worse rather;! The assessment roll of'the city pecans walnuts or filberts thruI name in which. It was' asnesned areas "4*. chairman of Young & Rubican, .
I of Key West, Florida will b. I I follows: ,:*!:.\l., loss 4 SV .\ .:1"1
than better According to the Social the food ehoper: moisten with ,' No :ISArar /'perk. i irruii I'ourl. advertising vice chairman of the : .

Security Board, the percentage submitted to the Equalizing cooked salad dressing and use as of l,Miai>rr. 194klirnrrlption .. H) : K ithli, N..tlage.I'rpt.ly: Committee for Economic Development t i
of population over sixty Board of the City of Key West, a sandwich filling. of l-rip-rt: Sands. "I..k.l '
I .... FNRIQI: 1.'''Q''I-AI.IH.: .. burnin New York 56 Florida for approval at 8 p m. '', ub.. KIK Pinr Krx. 1'1 lit ICO. ,1|: A i
years of age in 1930 was 85 percent I I. Parr c:", pi. LOT. It I I !: .\"....n.-% for. I l'lunlirr. I, years ago. i iProf 1 1I I ,

but\ ,by; .1970. it is estimated i F'Ion the 22nd day of June A. D. LEGALS Xrr Z.. '1'..,.. I:. I!)j l...t .. inn*-1C-2.t0: : .ISIS Esmond r., Long of the .. :- .
; at the Commission Cham- <- mire 42 IJ-1Ofi.>. A* rrriirdrd I : ;
that about on>;fourth of the population '. University 0 f Pennsylvania [ .
I Monroe < .ont Rnxci I 1
bers in the City Hall Key West in ) : ITHF: 4'IR*'LIT lot HT
will be in the I Namin ssenned; Viihtrl Or Tin School of noted rr
age groupof whKh : Medicine pathologist I-
: \ K III- PIIOntTE 1I.ESE"TH Jl OK" .
Florida and all such persons desiring -I I! oc.I' Vlnrent7esatt.. I. 111 riHCt IT R!!
sixty years and above. This is IN Till: \TJl II4.I4'411'IIT. I 01- THI-: "'I'%T.: IIIfr'I.011111 %. born in Chicago 58 years \
In the R
\ll of stld rirvic
largely attributable to the ad- 'I to .have corrections made \HI\KOt: {'UI\TI. %1.41'1'1: 01* .. property : IX AMI .'ORlO'HnF. ( III NT! r
< nlntr of ;llonror, Stale of FlorHltt ago.
in:such roll, whether in the listing "F'L4IRIH. H f'HtM'frill: '. 0
medical nleyn .uf'b rrrlifintr or rlifi
vancements of ci
science .. .
I-itite f rase > II.IIS
valuation',':of property or . I, .-al4sh..ll .hr redeemed arrnrdinKt : <
which have prolonged the nor- ;HC"I1. \VE. lN'eraenl.Tke ;: TO FinrERPlaintiff.
to file with the .. taw the pr'prrldrxprlhrd Inmh 'i .. :
f otherwise City stale.S Imrtmm. 1mll PerMMlBlrre I : i
mal life o-rlifwutr or errtlffatee mill" :
span. Assessor of. the City of .le The Social Security Act, which Key : i tee :;;.M to the. hlt.hr hMdrr at the ..JI'I.I.'fP.nF.p. or .. ;
( West, Florida on or .before 21st Y"M, are brreln notified that a I <-i>i huuw iloor on the first 'Stun- Defendant. SPEEDY SURE .
became law in 1936 was a step in .hh-h .
month nf I94
day \UKUSI
; in ,
: i .
day of June: A. D. .1948 'their :; "rott'n Instrument fiiirpi.rtinK to i I ollu.n 411- PI Rl II \THfI \ .
the right direction, but it was l I. th- last \\ill and Testament of l I. the Slid day ( .XuRuvt Int. I I, TO: .
: written petition setting forth 'I II ( .r l Dated bio l.th;; da> ..( June II'! I Julia i Ferrer, RELIEFFORAC0d : COMMERCIAL USE ; :
-ild dr.lent| has I..n admitted
Most ,
only a beginning. peoplenow I I
(!)l.I) Po r Sawyerrlrrk d :
their objections to such assess- :I |.r..luitr i in .,iid l'ourtdatr t"l ia KIM Ieard street. .
sixty or sixty-five years, of i .... I nf''m /'ours..f; t New Cork : T. INDIGESTION
1" h..r..I.t .rmmandrt "iI". N.
and the corrections whichthey err .. ... *
\lonrn C nnt "'I..r; ; I ,
) ,
'have not had time to buildup In .," ol..nd..r m..nlh" form th..1 I You are hrrrt*? reniiirrd to app r'iIn :
age We Are To Furnish You
iDDIII.:1-II.jl:; } 1'48 Prepared With ry
to have made. .
; ..( thr fir,( 1.hl l i.'"11..n of thlxnotiie i the Kill for l>iv .ri-r fil.-.l SS i'.Ii I
a sufficient reserve fund to .. ton In the aliotr Mvleil) i-.i flee ,n ...rbefore
VICTOR t. ii said 4 nrl and
make their social security pay LOWE. how .-.u.appear..-. If an.u ."n. why !!...* Hill \.. IS4I3MITII the let day. ..f JuU :\ ,l I' I tl 1 I Clear, Pure CUBES or CltUbHEl ICE >: :
Jun 16 It Clerk ..
City ' I 1711. otherwise II all"lIali. ,
t(> the :.t..n mf said 4 oiirl in admit F 111 A..I."T.O" :"
ments adequate. The average social !1 i line sail Uill to probate should not I IUK T'' \ !>.:.:U I Utnetl therein will I",. taken ..*. ..u
security payment to an elderly stand unrr\okr NoTirr is H :PKir: <:IM-N that ........ 'I/
CALL FOR BIDS I Jose l". Pares the holder of tie I lone and Cn-itereil :at K..\ W .."tFlorida i :
person is $24.90 a month. | ->1 1'\1.: > ii Thompson Enterprises fle i
Sealed bids will be received ,, (,K!) \nnilino inlet. Jr. : follow m c rerllfiiatr I has tiled l Kaiil . IIIix. lt char. ft Jut.t i } .
Certainly that's not enough to..I rinuit JnHreXitini errttfh'ate for it tax drrrt to ne In- I I' 1:11'1"IJtTIT-

live on even in normal times i by the City Commission of The .. ; in plan of the i sued thrreon The rtifialr n..tn- i'Ot-T.T F.\I.I GARDNER'S PHARMACY I ICE DIVISION ,

much less of high ,. City of Key West, Florida l. at the l omitJu.lze. who iv illequaiifird. her and war of iM.<..an.e. the ilrMription /ton's r Sawyer. ( ) .
in an era
'Irrk sf 4lrrnit r""rtI
f the and the Varela
Clerk's Office Hall '' <> property .. . 1114 Division St., at PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA.
prices. I City City flea *<:.jnni-i-It,-I)4S I name In whio-h it was aeeeseml are I Ity ; .1 J 'I..r..t" I1 s..n I 0aunulummmunofnunminanmanllmalumnam
Furthermore the of I Key West. Florida up to eight a. follnwn : I.'l" ) t t'tkt 'hone 177 Free Delivery :
provisions l Vrtlfl Ttr No 24J Knrinur F-uitinallo| JrtlnriH .. .. I I
i nlnmmIggrmnaxxfgIttttItmla I lgr
the: Social Security Act extend o'clock P. M., Tuesday. July 6,1 i', t\ Till4'IIII I IT 4'411 liT 4>l".'IIItI -: I Tear :f I Issuance, nIl .\ -} for. laintlff. -aAAAAAAAA AAAAA. AA= MM.

little than half I 1948 such bids to be opened ata : .r:% .:"'1''' Jl 11141 \I. 4 II.I I IT mfTntion. of prnnert : Scents; I Jun2-5-l'-f! ; IS - --
only to a more *..
u' Till T\1I: 01 t-IOIIIII .
of said Sul. Hie Pine Key Plat lino! t.
regular meeting City
of the working people of this INMI Illll MOMIOI: 401 Ml.l t. Pate (*. .... ('..or Ix>l.. I & *. i 1
Commission to be held! at said \ 1111\1 I:Kl4a ... >I l\ TilE C'IIU" IT f III RT OK TlllMtfr -: *
million See Jj. T 4Vfc i; 5) lot 4inarr
country. Twenty-three .e >.. II-IHI :>TII .JIIHI'| 'I. 41'IIII I IT Mary is Popular PARTY LINER
time and date at the Commission I "< 4: .JtOIl. Ai. rr.or.lnlin a
people now employed at civilian I '. 1:1-:1-\1:1.: : J. 1:1:1'-:1.: : \lon....r 4 ounty nrcwrd"Name 411THI, -: TtTfr: IK 11.011101.
Chamber in the City Hall, Kt."y' Plaintiff l\ ., \l I-IIII HIINHIIt-: taut >T' .
jobs are without social security : in hlrh :assessed: JI';. harlVlnennt .
West Florida the sale] of the \,. un oliel'I.1z.t 1)1\'Ff15.
for .
,,__ .
benefits altogether. III-J.: I C' II-as.
of aid properly Irt-lnc in th,
The old age assistance program I following personal properties: ItefrndrfKt. 1..1..1. ..r )'..n....... tale; wf Flori.I ..,. MAflllHK.IIT.
I IM III II % II4I1 \ Pninllff -
1. Chevrolet dump Body !! ;
provided for in the Social Secur- 1 1 TO I nlr >M such rerttficate or rtrtifHate s.. 0110011JAMES
truck 1934 shall >>e redeemed am rdintf A
year I
i IJzi Itrnnl.I ( WKii.llT
ity Act represents an attempt to .
law the den4-nh-d
to property inMirh
2. One lot of weights, approximately I I 'II Kenzinicer, .'n..el .. I..r..t. 3
fill these certificate or rertlfiratev illbe .
gaps of inadequate payments 1536 l I uffal.. New Cork.Sun oiint-H IMF PI n.... \'I III"
pounds; . s.l.I to thr highest bidder at the
and incomplete provision, re hrrrb) rrnaiml to appear TO JAMES \\ltU.IIT ?
26 weights at 57 pounds I.. th. I Hill ..f .Mne.ljint. for ditorre ens rt itnun. Jnnr on the first Monday r.K>ll>l-NI: ..: I NKN"l\\N:
the federal government matches .n m.'h..r \u.OI. ISIS will h
1 I i.. thr itbovr .ntitk-U .au'e on theasth I it Ix hereby ordered that ""i :irerequired III
each and two weights at ... ..
.. i. the : | day f AiiRlivt:; 1)14.1ht4 . k
state funds without regard to ,: day of June. 1l1"! o4hrr irtbr to on the )ih day
.. appear
27 pounds each subject this |: n day .f Junr. IO'! ..
Thus allrgalb..Ihrreia will Intakrn of Jnlr. IS41. before the alK.vr n- -!
state needs. a f .
resources or SEAL) R..ss I' Stw.rr
to the following condi- ,;i: a' rnflr..d. i cMrrk .: titledourt. lo the I:ill of ..m-
poor state, where the need for Thi rdrr to ..r pnMiKbrd .flee of 'ir.'wlt r.rt .f plaint filed atrainM you in the .'."' rentitled t
old age assistance is likely to be tions: |'a( wr.k for four r..4."r.tlU\e weeks I jiinK_21: _:3*IjrTIO.nIY.:; Flnrii i cause and the Key SYrr
Each bid for the Chevrolet in the Ke4 WV' t itizrw. a .ewe. iI Itizen i.. hereby ile..iiK-nateil a.. th.nmtpaper .' a .
geratest, gets less assistance from truck must be enclosed in a sealed I I 1 baler ul.livbrd. ;in Ke\ fleet. Fl. rlI I in .. hM-h this .....'..r ..)..,II
the federal government to meet I I I I I 1% THE f'III*"I IT t 411 HT 111' THF published ..n.-.. a week' fur foi.'rWitnev .
envelope and marked on the I oJaj...".. amt nlt-rrj lhi. *lta day t.a J\TII Jllllll U. ('1114 I IT .n..U" ......k...
that need. For example, pay- outside -Bid for Chevrolet i..r1;i\.. .\. H I94X Ot- THF "TTI411-' (14111111. the Honorable Aqviln .

ments in the state of Florida are truck'. <-H4>.: C'O I\T* I...|..-&. Jr. an 4me of the Judges. ..f s F s -
$37.65 IS.". .' saw )'-r. 'Ills/'Kill: this Omrt and the Seal| Of thix .
a month; California they Each bid for the weights must I i 1 i '.Irrk of .tin" i'rrwitbast. >.. 11-4tL'I I 4 oilM in. the city of Keyr..t. Fli.rid ,

amount to $57.10 which is the be enclosed in a sealed envelopeand Jl..nr.- < ...nntI1...riiLiI \ri.ARFT IIRIsTiNF: ASTOSMON .i. Ibis Mh day ..f Jnn 1411.SEAL .
:: | .1. H..rrn.-r IXjKrr. I".\ ,: Itteit r SAS'YKR
maximum old assistance )
age payment
marked on the outside Bid ,I t I Iopnty 'I..k Plaintiff 4'Jerk. Irenit *'.."rt. 1

for weights. i i I,i Pant. I-: --.i'' %','r. r*. IM 1011(1HUI. -: Monnn. I.01.nt% ." ..riol., i ..... ..
,; .t..r I..r he 1'I"i..J.rr. . \IOS. .
: : .
Something must be done immediately !, c.li' Py: K:olh..n.t'aK",
Each bid must be accompanied Jua5-S-1.: ;.53-1416: n.fn.linl. I f..".,,, .......1.
to remedy this situation by a bank draft or bank cashier's ,, HII-tl: OF 11 HI.14 %'TII\ JOHN 4J 24A W'TItt..t. c:

This past week along with check payable to The City of',' l\ Till4: 'I IIN 111111T rut IIT UP Till: IN Tlll.; N.'.MK I 411- THK STATE .OFTO I --.>.!.... .... IT plaintiff

several other congressmen, I senta 'I! 1:1.1:5 RST11 JI 1)1/1 11. 4'11111'r I FI.liltlDA: jul.S-I5-l-:! : tats
Key West Florida in an amount !
01' Tlll: STI l: ill' : l
letter to the Republican leadership not less than twenty per centum : % MI' 1-4114 MIINHIIt 'I.OIIUII"I rate ":. Onion. I IAT .
I"'II''IU' :<. Seward. AlaskaTnu 1% Tilt C IH4 I IT <'III ItT 411- Till: !
of the Congress urging (20 per cent) of the amount bid. 4'aro. 11-414 t are h..r,4t) aasl.rd that )tarFarct i| Eli:\ \TH Jlllllltl. .4 IIII I IT ...; f r

them to raise payments for old Drafts and checks will be returned HNKIMMI: :I.MXN. ..hri..tt..... Aston lum.n. asplaintiff. )F TH; *T1T 411- I 4111111. t3a'

age and survivor assistance, toincrease promptly to bidders'I II 1 IMail.tiff has an..tt..t..d a sun ', 1% .%\ll I4111 \" '\ '.: IillI 5. r
j I \v IIMOIII'tJt : aelnat ),.u in the i'irrelt ('Duet of I l\ clI"C.tI"C. :

the insurance paymentsand I whose bids are rejected. The :.\NN1.: : OMITUN: ZUt.\II.HI.\- the Hrventh. Judicial 4 Irottlt of theMint I ear ".. ll-4''7

to extend the coverage of draft or check of the successful t"cf'.ndant.. State. f.f 1..101.1,. .In and for ;\I..nr.n- It.nnu HI'I:\\ 1:1.1.: I l.l H;UPI '
.. ,
the'Social Act. These 41 II III-:It ()F' 1'1111.14 %1IOTil \ ). f .r die. r and other relief I Plain'iff.s. :
Security bidder will be applied on ac- : You :are hereby re.inired. t.. file Illl4i1i4rIIAPOLH

steps are practical and can easilybe count of the amount bid and the J.annr omptnn Zimmerman your anpearanie in the alioxe ""- i! I'.1'1.1.. .

accomplished. If adopted, they balance of the purchas.price I:III.* a.;.-aeh \venue. tlled( .... .... an ur In-lure Tuesday. : r..n.lant. ,
S.nr.... alifornia. the ::!!n.l day or June IM' ftherwie ,i 1 INIII-H 411PIIIII( %1IO1 \ '*"
will go a lone way towards mak- must be paid to the said City .. \....ti ..r.' hrimiuirrd.. to appear I the l.lll ..f ......."Uinl filed In To: 'eC4adte:' '.

ing it possible for the old peopleof \vithi twt'nty-four (24) hours after i I: to'lo: : loll ..f i .mpljmt for divorce. I II. -ani cause will le taken a.. ..n'll'Vfnrtber lI..r..1-1. <'. .:..."M .. r
vttleil oriMfor. f. earn ltu..I1hor. .
the dlsir .au r on
this country to live out their acceptance of such bid. .. the ant J.i) of Jill. %. ; frt-dere.1 that this i II KaylrTm... Hhl,.,-J..hntt,.. She's considerate of others .i., (

remaining years in dignified indenendence The successful bidder must nc. ..th...... i.... the .. .. notlre. to appear IT p..bll"h..1 .....-.. I To. are. fcrrrl.y rr>|mr..-tl t. at'- I'
; lot thrrnn .11! l 1- taken ai ....nfr,.!>.11'1 during each week for fouron_'.- i' tear t.. the Kill for IH*..ror tiled She
cause said truck and or of I I Tinordrr. i" t.. I... pHl...It-hrd v.. five weeks in Tb Key \\-eM (iti- I airatnot, "'_ !. thr. ........ '101.i H never interrupts .

Until the final hour of adjournment weights to be removed not later-j a ........k fi... four .-..lise,- iii\r week. zen a newspaper published in M I.r. ..,,- .a_ ..n ..r. lf.rr the -:.th .1\ ..fJ when line is in use *

I intend to continuefishting than July 15 1943, from the City., ,n Th.' K.v Wr" 4'itixm. a emM ...> i'.nnly. tl..oditIMiNb 'J Jan. A I.. l<4<. otherwise the allr- c:
| |>rr pseli.ked in the 4'nwf. Hex.' : : and 4iPtiri-r at Krwt. "at.--.. c....tmi.r4 thrrrln will !.* releases line : .
> for legislation which Hall premises. !; \\ rt|. I-'Ivriila. 'I II Monr...- i.....DI)'. l-lurida. this, :.llh: I taken a. .'.nfc4 She in emergency

wilj give to the needy senior citizens I The said City Commission reserves I SF.S L, I .lay! .f May. .%. I>. I)4SPo Ixrti- and .r4ere4 Ml K..e W.-,t.
I I I 1".A: I opii-nM Ibis IM ,sf: \I.t vrcU. thin Z:lh la> ..f 101..). .A She gives party called
the decent living to which the right to reject any and .1\,,\ ..f J..n'-.5. I' Iv4s. I ,.,< C lawyer' I D. 1)4a.

they are entitled. all bids or waive any informalityin IA.<;. r Sawxrr. Irrk Ar the 4 ir.'nit roortin "4TR41IT OH HT f;.:.\L) time) to answer
I bid proposal. I! clerk of the; irrnlt. I ourt.Monroe and for >I.nrvc. <"*UBt>, Rnss r Sawyer.
any or .'....ht'. .....ri..3.. Mate of FloridaHy ,.I fl-rk .f flrrnit Fenrt.Sty .
Housing and household utilities Dated at Key West, Florida. ItxltAniM 4'. LxMiicwonH.Iiepviy . Kathleen Nnltaire1'.paty : (1'4) l'herenee K. sawy.r.Ieputy .
i this 15th day of June. A. D. 1943 I I lerkl . I ('.. "_ ........
rank second in size in the' avera- VICTOR LOWE. di .Mian n 4leare. Jr OJ.h" T. Ij.>.terS I.I William T AU.nry.AttMn SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY

see American consumer ;*: budg- s.u..it" rraa..r.. (Uct- tee Plaintiff .y f u llatatiff .

eL'Food takes top place. Jun 1C-21 City Clerk. ...nZ..U.n-.o\.IL-U" j 1 Patt/5L: taa;:e-.jaze:-I-1.161 I L tmp2li. ,.6.141" 'ac..1'54 jJ








'Enjoyable Harris School I'art Y W&8} To Install] HARVEY ALTHAIN j| building code prohibiting; anyone OFFICE
:(RETAINER PAID '|i but a licensed contractor from
I (Continued From Page One) SUPPLIESand

For Next Term Ih'gifufiigI'a 'ils I Officers June 19; violated work on the buildingwill over building$2.500 any was residence not legal: costing Roberts t

fTO FIGHT SUIT Lat Wednesday the summer t r .'Sikes (:'lief tie (;nrei; Joe be stopped Cabrera.tomorrow businessman*" '!! gained After the Roberts floor and spoke.answered Lester: 126 Diital M. Plum Equipment 2r; 0

roundup committee: of the Harris told the commissioners: :: in a spirited "Section prohibiting: constructionof .
with The annual install.itmn of of- talk that he had heard arguments homes costing: $2.500; and over Royal Standard Typewriter

School PTA entertained a fur'r..If: i Vniiun Ixxalr 723 40 pro and con. about zoning; except by a licensed contractor $31.05 Down. 10 Monthly
: 'play school party for those children -; ordinance.. He said that the commission $12. 0
OF ATLAS CO. and o, fun and honor organizatmn ; is in my opinion irrevelant and Payments at
entering the first grade this; :
should have one and all related
; not to type of ordmanct
; at the Harris : of the Am*man IA',I"n. will T pelt rilt'r and ,\iMing'Marliuir "
coming September comply with the code and that My opinion is that a court of }
Ix c'>n tnl <.i Saturday afternoon -
school West be built HKNTU.SLet :
Key would never law would throw out this laus"
Grand Jurv Reports! Firce of the party was to June I l':.. d the !
I I1'hc The object p. tn. m up under the shameful present tis
Daughter to Burc familarize the children with one la ion HINTK on Stork Inland conditions lIe said the building; "
\ ordinance contradict itself)
Station So.[ ;aht (;rise. their teachers. ,.theirschool An eight; I".und. lJ ou.ue 'm Your Old Machines I
Weather another, (;and i'ht f tic (ran' J. L Hurtc..j inspector should not only give the matter"
i and their principals and tot d..uJ.ter il_- bum ye tercl.Iy Inthf' the permits but supervise the
hell Sln..t> bliouM !{ are:
I IKt"y mothers together! kIn A'jijoric. Burchfiekl wife of Goo !', I is being complied( with
Chef Uc Care W Slk-
Abandoned: iCity i! FORECAST order that the hiildrertrmight UTf'bfl ,l4. AC"fIM. AUW &ho..1.| es George | Acting City Manager Charles THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\ at POPULAR PRICES
Wijt and look.forward to the opening -f section base The baby has been
Vicinity: Partly i Roberts told the commi"slop that
commissioners met last I Chef de Train: fl J>cit SI DanI i iKk
; ;: of school: with pleasure named Patricia Jane. : 303 certificates totaling MI,163 Located
night at I cloudy widely scattered showers ) ,. I in the Heart ot the City
in regular session city
with dread, a short '
rather would b<- cold at public auctionin
and thunderstorms today tonight i| respondent: Frank HonvaMWia RATES I>nniIIC' WRITE or WIRE
hall with Commissioner Louis interestingactivities
resume of the more ; To Jf'"d 1 j the near future.
t and Little ; | for RESERVATIONS
Carbonell acting as mayor in the Thursday. change in ![ of the first grade schedule . C'xrnn: .-.airc fnte-ndjnt: Failing; Albert Roberts plumber asked *
absence of A. Mailland Adam, temperature; gentle to moderate was presented Applications) for marriage license (>uz:wirh the city commission to appointa with BATH and TELEPHONE

and City Comptroller-Finance I variable winds mostly easterK ,I II They experienced the play pas. were f.IN:1I'oh'.t..y. : in. i I'n i, GJIXK la Porte: harry Metz\ ;:crOfnmis I, plumbing board now. lie said 1

Charles Roberts 'I I Florida: Partly cloudy. little; nod on the school grounds. class office of County Judge Raymond I Voyageur: : Francis Pi- that since January 1. the city Ford Perilling Miller
Director taking change in temperature today tonight I room sessions with the first Iw Lord by i Albert Hedman 18.1 vdtla, I,i has been without a plumbing

ever, the! duties of the city manager 'and Thursday Widely scattered : grade teachers, Mrs. Ethea Stric- of the U. S. Marines and Betty 'I I Laiip.sti: Robert C Crisp board. The term of each memi Hold lintel Hotel

in the absence of Ralph afternoon and evemngj; !ged and Mrs. Thelma Watkins. Tavlor 13, of 923:: Eaton :-.trc.t: I Aumon: A Dinegrn i i ber is for one year, and without 60 N.E. 3rd SU 22S N.E. ht A" I
NE. 1st AT.
| I 229
i I
the school libraryunder and bJOM Fernadez. 21.
Spalding. ; showers and thunderstorm-. j" story telling in > of 415 ndiKt"ui : John Stout. compensation. The matter was 80 Rooms 100 Rooms i
the supervision of Mia: Amelia street and Louisiana: l At.I i I : referred to the city foe Elevator 80 Rooms
First resolution manager Elevator
: approved un- East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville I Follow?! the ceremonies. a
anTm6uQy' was the :granting of a through the Florida' Helen. Williams "and music, under Rivera 18, of 407 Amelia slrt"t.t.I super x:ill be served A dance in'!'I his recommendation: Solarium Heated Elevator I

$500 retainer to City AttorneyIgnatius Straits: Gentle to moderate I tne instruction of Miss the evening will conclude the ',I Albert Roberts then took City I
Lester in the SUit windj east to southeasterly over i Owens. Mr. Fowler, principal JURY IS IIUi\; 1N lurtetH.(is. I I t Attorney Ignatius Lester to task 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

brought by Atlas Investment south portion and southwest to i.i showed a short caftoon which. (("ontinuedrom Page One) | 'VnuHit the visiting guests arc I 1 I for. ruling that a clause in the

company against the City of Key ; westerly over north portion today I was immediate..followed i bv refreshments prosecution of Corbett. indicated I Grand Chef. de Gare J. L. Bur f -

West. The Atlas company form- :' tonight and Thursday Few I. served: in the school that the next trial would be set ;cess Orlando: : Grand Commissa i 3.......... . .. . . .. .. . . .. ..

erly owned the Casa Marina ho- : showers and thunderstorms near cafeteria. for some time in the fall term of TIC Intendant Dob Caton. Orlando .eeeeeeeeeeee..eeeeeseeeseaeaa.ee..ae....e..e.ea..e..aae..eae..I.
tel.. coast. otherwise partly cloudy. While, the children were in Circuit Court which comenes' : Condusteur National ArthurBnuham. .. .

Emergency ordinance was: Jacksonville to Apalachicola: !I their respective clashes, the about September i I Coral Gobies: Chemm ; .
placing William II White mothers and other grown-ups The went to the Al\ i JUNE the month J
passed No small craft or storm warnings auditor case jury .t et Nationale lambert Coral for BRIDES! i
on the. monthly pension rolls at., have been issued. I congregated: in :introducedto : about 10:30: p. m. last night ful |; Gable: Grand Cheminet Jesse J JKoehlcr I:
$18.96 per month. The effective |I I jum where they were lowing appeals to the jury bv !Miami; Chef de Care ; :
i Report the school principal W E .. AND It's Sears Order Office That Has MORE SELECTIONS. : .
date was set at June 1. 1948.t i : Assistant State Attorney Ha.-i> | Voiture 432: J. E. Gnffin. Miami: .. .

.+Agreed to pay the Chemical Key West Fla.. June'16, 1948 Fowler. and the County Vories.School arid Defense Counsel John G. i iSawver I and many others. BurRCsand his I II : MORE VALUES for the Bride. Her Home :: .

Bank and Trust company the I (Observation taken at City Office 1 Supervisor.', Miss Marion who was appointed to I part will arrive in the cit on ; V : or Her Trousseau
instructive and interesting -
sure of $32,960 for interest and who gave defend the man bv Judge Lopez ; Friday afternoon A fishing: trip i : .
8:30 A M, EST)
I : .the be* I
principal payments. The refunding talks concerning The woman in the case took been arranged for the pucsts'on '
I nas .
I bonds are for those issued on }1', Highest yesterday Temperaturei 88 I ginning pupil. the : were the witness stand yesterday to | Sundav : Brides! Shop at Sears for Your Home :

January 1. 1938."Passtdon i 1 1 31 Those attending part tell of fleeing from her husband i, .
Lowest last
second and final night 84 Chris Bethel. Kristina 'Dopp. establishment on Stock Islan-t .if KEY WEST I \S&UIWI() : Use Our (:onieirienl
Mean Jones. Donna Pindcr. Eaiy Payment 1'1",, :
reading the ordinance. amending I Douglas ter she had received a beating :
82 Continued One
( T )
Normal RenduclesEthel om Pace
ttr employ a motorcycle I Billy Ranger. from her .
u4geV husband ;
} at yearly salary of I PrecipitationTotal Roberts. Stanley) Singleton ;; 'Quee-n which would. transport. j I : i Sears
sergeant a I She then told how orbctt Office
I last 24 hours 00 in*. SandSmart.. Warren t I pursued about :220: c'aand 600 passen . i
$2,4OO.: No one to date has beenappointed her down the highway. and I I :
To"''l 1 this month .78 ins. David Sweeting. gees lirtwe-en here and Havana
to the second position.and final I I Deficiency this month I.Rl in:.I I Jacqueline Wayne Spencer Williams.' Marilyn struck her over the head with a I is to.. but for Tonomical ol..ra-| ; : Corner; FLLMLNG and MMONTOIN: STREETS lIlo\C: 1560r :
Passed on flashlight and attacked 'hrr shesaid. . .
He believes .
17.57 ti .
Total this year ins J. Carey. Deanna "m a ship carrjins
reafcinx.with one dissenting vote Excess this year 540 ins. Rearup. C. Gail Gutnctte. She stated that she rn..uniTed :s- about 100 cars and 200 passcn ai..eaeae.e..eaaeaea.....e.e................ ................eeec.eee ..

?.c thCrordmancc Wt( ?' for the establishment that: would of pro-a I Relative Humidity: Chi.te Joyce. Dianna Harris.curry. Janet, Hams. headlight him of(Corbett passing) automub.iU wjicn tm. I gets: would be better and more in I.t..,. .... ... . .G.v .. . .... . . . . ..
at 8:30 AM. keeping: with the prospective 1 .
Judy -- --
that would Jo Ellen -- -
district - -- -
residence his face. de-I
new flashed across '
73' Hardin Know mand for a ferrv: j --:::=' - --:::- -=- : == =-- . = - -= ,,- _
KUoW trailer camp to be erected Know let* Robert !. _C.orbctt; later was called to the --S = y. - = 'ki -=-=- = =- = -
Barometer The .nisatum with the un-IIf',
n cllt-the boulevard. les Joan Lowe, Thomas Ortiz. stand bv Sawyer and entered 1 it ( '
1 tS a Level) 830: A.M. ;dentil led man was Is, attended <
I Perez. Anthony : < i ,I1,
._Cy nmi sioner Fred J Dian \o Victor Pent. Joseph; general denial of the chaises '
. '
3008' ins.-10186 mbs Hargravc. bv WilliamrnoW' local mansI j !I I'
ted 'against passage of the ordinance : Prez. William stating:: the oman had b..*-*n'drinking. ;
Tomorrow AlmanacI Sallv Ann' PmderNclsoo ocr ,.f Gn..twund Lino Intnn ,' ''l';
: ,* He admitted he hadhoe's
I Sunrise 5:33: a.m. Richard Smith. ( |1)'J''atcd.' and Luther Pinder. I ISlices r,:
Heard' circuit court spring Sa\v
the ( !> 1 in the business place whenthe I I
term' grand jury report relativeto Sunset 7-1 IB pm i Earl In raham. David Knowles. husband heat his wife. and i I 1 t {11
Moonrise .. 3:55 p.m. Margrave. .f fresh pineapple on a ONE SERVICE---
conditions existing at fire sla- Martha Sawyer Jerry then 'II
told how he had separated
lions ,Nos. 1 and 3. The grandurymomm..nded I Mooibct --- ---- 2:34 a,m.I rank Rodriguez. Tony Walterson. I Tomorrow the trial ol Hie: F.I 1lnd!|1 of watercress- and J1Irn'ohM I J, :
) that a urinalbe Camille W llerson. Wilson colored stew'ard's malt' |: with rna\t rii.iisc m; k a refreshI I:!1'i i
j' dosM.it .dl1(1.i To make itetore I
Helen I ing :
Vun ]
downstairs TIDES Marion ( ;
Installed in the Misses ,
I first class of the Navy, who 1 is: Ii Ii.qr
but Miss Owens. Florence i t.'Idt'I'Ih.Ojdd crtnm cheese| ill .
toilet at station 1 recommended Tomorrow Williams, d '_ '! .
first .
charged with < ?TC 11111I' I"r .. I :.
building I -' n ppexl; 1 in lint i\ chopped. .
that the station 3 (Naval Base) Ranger in the klllmc ft Mam:,I t't v.Ir-, il
on Grinnell street Ix. aban I Eastern Standard Time) Mesdames Thelma Watkina.t'' rialx, also colwre4. William - --- - --- i I II
d ntl entuelv It was also susgrMerf I High Low Ethea Stricker. Jack street saloon Ma it2 t *J. willt: ,ut '' II III
: thAt I.000 feet of fire hose 6:22: am. Frank Rodriguez, J. F K1ftJ'pt"n- '!I L

per-*n=ine be purchased iinnicdiatcly I 7:52 p.m. 1:25:>> p.m.. berg. Thomas: Ortiz, Berlin Sawyer i in Circuit: .Couit. .. m mI I 1i 1iI I

and be kept on hand asa Jr.. Earl) Ingraham.' James I I I
reserve for use in fighting fire ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Pinder, Reginald Trevor.. MurravHarris. f a A III .
of.conflagaration sue The !grand Reference Station: Key West John A. KnfVtles.,, Willi- j HALLMARK t CARDS I KoepsalceA 1

jury. report was signed: bv C. lr3mith. :. ; Tune of I Height of am Smith. Jerome Percy Gerald II:

foreman and Charles E. StationTide thigh water Hargor\r.; L. W. Suns, Alfred V.Gumettc :. DIAMOND' SINGS i

Roberts clerkReferred Ba1 1 la Honda Elizabeth. Singleton; Hobbles; Toys' CO ALL-ELECTRIC! I

.' to the city manager (bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft Samuel Higgs, Armando Ttcnduelcs J ili

4 letter containing 25 signatures No Name Key Itobert Dortp Malcolm TTICElty: :! ''I

requesting A light: to be installed (east end) _+2b* 20m Sawyer, Glen West,. Neil Knuwlcs I\EWS .i
in the 1400 block Eliza street rioca Chica and Mr. W. E. Fowler. :,!I I

between Florida and Pearl streets. Sandy Point)-Oh 40m I
The letter stated that present I Caldes Channel I I Idaho as a state. i3 onl58 The HOBBY SHOP } .

'1 righting j : was inadequate Also referred (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft years old. I .r ? I .11\U:11'-IIf": i I
OM. '
the for = ---- I : sernce Ilwf'a.3'
to city manager approval oOo -- - 1105 DIVISION ST.

!; or rejection was the liquor NOTE: I i for iLL. lite jobs ;,'3 m
license request of Jose Planas. (-) Minus sign: Correctionsto 1-------- I
i" an
Pntil Post No. 6021 No 168 and icsneetivclyJaysJiees9 American .Legion (+)-Plus be sign added.: Corrections to S-rfAOE '1'I'I This Summer. . ti; tnirn tin
Abroad" to
Enjoy a "Trip j
fh)-Hour. Till MOOT Fiua.iNii: U. x'
1\11 .'T'.l'ITIHtetN)1.1t l.l.U:T1\H: :IT}' ,f I", llir In
( : (m-Minute h'ON\r I 4J r!< jnli ttrr . UIHchmiHT. \

(ft)-I ee: It tl I",' nil ,,ir/.rr f'I'r.
\ joint
silt T (H T :-;.IMMHS--: : ; -: / ,
<: .. tt rid; (> Parly 1.1NTl.k.;.; : ': IItTI: \': sir 1,1
. The electrical. manufacturing; !MONs;.; Til,NT I.PII.IIT .l It I .\ T 1 I: ; j", more jintildhlilliroiipluml; ; llu I"", ,,,.
; TIIFtrM' .lt t:1: :\ k4--
TomorrowThe industry used almost one-fourth I. \\lSINiU \NI I'."M. ',.T : -:-
of all the copper consumed in the sII.ti'Ii l: ,.N;.; Till: 4H T''''''; lali II
I (.(t ".I.-I./. .(::1"t,1: fn-t tin- IJl.nIlT
Jd\shecs dessert bride: United States in 1939. '. ...w.a.,
party will be held Thursday, CLrLUWlfIWALOUSIES -'= - li M.W"UI: at a 'JF'I,>TIT It. 'ITL. 1.. nm V/nV

June 17 at 8 p. m. in the Woman a....a.a sea a..eaeaeaeeee .
clubhouse Prizes will)) be award- I 'I'a $ mitt* <:",,A. I hatlalrr.\ iMtintliT "" J/rr, faster,

Tbr ..rl. .l.... _........ &.,._.. ,
BICYCLESRepaired ,nri'itipnllanil llir
'" ,1'' i t al saute lini Itiriczrrtil ;
ed.At list '4l..lablr. 1 ...1..11.. I ..- + I <\ m
their regular meeting: I
O'T"'U': \ tlTl: "\ .
night the Ja>'chees: passed a ics- I III.IMI : , "/i"/iuriir'*r';/<'>r'f //,' Innnr in lnntlafmr II.'
and Rented
Repaired 001,IOT 'UMM.II .
olution. to be presented t<> the it
i anil I .. Tin
TORN CU'TTIn I rnrrpy "i rrrr jnh. Is-l.lwlric Hay"
county commission recommending 1 I Also in Stock-NEW ruo" i.fn.1 calm :. ;...
: that Miss Hartel be retainedas I \F:"TII.cTIo.d 1' r seems. :Cflrc'I stiiitfiei.I .
superintendent of the Municipal -I I BICYCLES TRICYCLES .U.IIT t o\TROI. I 1 4 L I :!,!I
\.1. ': rNTII.hISI: '\\ Ii ,
Heat and f.Urr: r : I
rom <> pre'Ia. I'1 '
1 1r begin argent
A picnic is planned for thelatter I \.'LIT IJC.IIT ..redt : I''I ( ( 1nrt
of the month for 'twl.sNO' ; 1I1:1-t:7.: . IIy; ):
part il ';0 .U.I..I.I'/:1'U/t; : . talifacli lif,:inv auricrrr
il t I RIy.1t'T and n.t.u: I
5. Girl Scoutsh<> are
Troop I Overseas Cycle Store vtrilt vastoc. .. .
sponsored by the Jayshees.WANTED i . >' time; )use I"r"u. striltli.GO .
920 Division SPhone 1389 : :

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MacArthur Village Downtown I II I .4f'RORRing 125.OOUcvlJ.ns i ::;:

K.T West Stock Island Any. Let Us Help You lEl'EYIXtlsSltE EW OVERNIGHT SAILINGS !; Ring" 6: SO f.i ; ALL-ELECTRIC
where on the Island I ( i 'r I ..
LIST Leave MIAMI 6 P, M.
AisoSlatr./and: i'is

or BUSINESS NOW I Plan Your Floors tattttttte'a I MONDAY FRIDAY We 14't'n uiag?King'n Stit) 10 31SO l..SD I t'.I ii'I THE MODERN WAY

HIED: J. DIO\) ): I ,
REALTORWAI.TEn I Free Estimates; siren ltv H,rn.. Th.., Sun
IIFhlli{ : I Asphalt Tile F.v Oft .e.I"III"" d.II......' su......., tt! t,!

.Rubber Tile I I .oeaIoO", ..,OJ' I". ..o.e; fo'r'oh..sphere ; ... i;
ASSOCIATE t .Cork TileS and cool brrnjrd. .mot. THE make her i I

Oifie 524 Southard St. Phone 16 i Plastic Floor Tile I of fabulout. HAVANA. Cuba Sa.momtf .. dreams. come true awaits b+' I

.Plastic: Wall TileBroadfelt <<:It"unie'haulaJ:"-' choice. from our distinguished I / ,
our i
by l the tootl
a "'a
-- ---- \ .11..1.. .1..1.-...,....,.1..11...Iet.prNt ._ I i "rtorido-way' "..
Capello Wool Rug ..I.Id..se.rene. tr...... . cods d..*ction."\.vde'cuut.eabt' : genuine registered; Keep- l{ I
BOONE PISTOL Acoustic: Ceilings I....... ...JO ........... tr.. I s-ikc! Diamond. . :
Hardwood Flooring ...1.._...... ......... .... .. berth. da"o, other" entertainmentlovnd j jWe II {
..1....<1. ....._... ..rrww Tip Fore. otttr a wide range of { 1
.aralearns/ .Formica for Sinks. 1..1.. .\'.., .....,. Th..Mar. .. $ S9/L# plus attics and prices.AMERICAS ,
W I.
I Counters. Table ..-l..title IrrmlmrF.H.A. .. ONLY c
I .Floor Sanding and Lr ...,........ ... .... e.dKMe. An-cond.toned Hate'oomtaJcble1 r, LARGEST Ili.I:;.:I I
dNr. .
SmaK afro hotgeli .
Tk New Rtfuushings Terms .. .. SELLING DIAMOND t
+ .e ....1 \ .
ar.i I." liike I
TargetAlt )If Desired I 1/... ... PAIl 4.flk-e I. 'II.r-... Exclusively at ':
Gates Floor N..Irlp.l ,'.... .. Iii
:. Coverings % : Tetepkwi F : Electric
Putol -KEY WEST1'EMTIAN BLIND- t-I. Frank t 1 JohiLsun( ;:; City System yi


at , Flooring Contractor '
129 DUVAL STREET 604 DuTal St. Key West. Fla. :

TRADER 925 WHITE STREET Coll 1042 for Estimate ....
Key West OJd"' sr l ''veler ;
PHONE 1539 .
711 DUT I SU I. i
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