The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00562
 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 18, 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: UF00048666:00562
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: 1 f,k.': .:et i1I' II I Casa Marina Hotel
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I OU MSIHIM'.KKC( ; ; WIT II IIOlLsiI' LONDON June 18,-Hus n haslaunthcd EXPEL jmi (;IIILD-DIGS WELL; ) I
\ \ r ON FLU3II&:
.. i another |peace mo"r- |i
1 XLLOOKSGOOD mi';it, Moscow today. over the
I radio spoke of fecli '! confidentthat [ L>G, I I'AL>TIi!\C
I The U. S Senate appropriations -: '
I (in stvcial matters in dispute I
, .T The new owner of Casa Manna
committee has approved of -
| agreement will he rca('hcd b\ a
i i i iI the inclusion of an item of 60. i Russia: France. Great Britain and Hotel is 1 going: to spend approximately 1

I 00 for the Navy department to I the United States jOOOO to rehabilitate ,1.

I I, purchase the Boca Chica AirField I The Ru-.sian. military common ; the structure Ito* summer
1 1s .
I dci in the Soviet z'>nof Germany with the
from Monroe ; expectation the work
County according -
,rI jcL..sf ;i agreed today to meet with
to word received be finished in tune for the
i iI' today : the other three powers to discuss: 9
by County Attorney Paul Sawyer '' I| the stabilization of German cur- ,1 opening of the hotel( probably on

i and Representative Bernie C ,1 ends" j I December I, it was learned today

Papy. I When that matter was proposed''1 Mrs. Florence M. Barnes of

I bv the western bloc several I II r Chicago,: who
recently purchased
U S Senator Claude Pepperreported
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nrtyi j .' uetk" ago. Russia:: demurred bui
I. j the hotel property from the Atlas
by wire to Sawyer and i, had i hownigns of backing <'Iownj -
Papy last night he had appeared DAVIS (above), 25.year-old soprano will sing the : when the United Mates Grew ,, 'w6 rk 1 Investment company of Mi-

I : before the Senate committee and I .National Anthem Monday at the opening of the Republican Na- I jBnlain and France decided; to!1 ami Beach, is having; plans JH c-

offered a strong plea for the restoration tional Convention in Philadelphia. She is modeling her convention I I create. a federal state in the west- IJ pared! now for the work she contemplates -
,. dress. featuring names and pictures of presidential candidates i ern half of Gei mam Then to- and
is shoitl
of the $60.000 which had I expected -
Miss Davis has been tagged "Miss G.O.P. Convention"Truman t day the formal statement was;
Iy to.seek bids for the job
been lopped from the appropriations ,- - --- issued that Russia would
i I ptrtlcI-1 1 It is understood that the work
bill by the House: 'appro- :[ pate in the proposed currency
piMtions committee. Takes Another 1| conference I I will' include plumbing which
r-1 will involve
4t putting bathroomsin
i Bulgaria mel Romania shortly I i t
I feel the sum will finally be those
rooms that do not have
the'c..ftc.ann..unced; that they
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approved by the combined committees 1ss-- them _.
\\eie ready tt consider, the ettle : a'ar now repainting: certain .ettions
of the House and the Crack At Congress On I!1 ment of American claims in those: ,. y -, .y of the hotel building and
general repairs.
Senate when they reconsider the !'countries_ 4 1%"
1 appropriations measure to be accepted 1 (Washington reputed that the r. ( rev Also it was authorativcly stated -
.. "a'rllh"I"' : action of Bulgaria; anti R.nninii'following here today that Mrs. Bainc
by both" said Senator
MICHIGAN REPUBLICAN Housing Price Control '! so closely 1 behind the has engaged: the services of
.1 SENATOR Arthur H. Vanden- Pepper wire to Sawjcr *It maybe -.nr. mn<.oiTM.nt of the Russian Leonard Hicks. Sr. of the M<.r-
berg. president of the senate I I approved" either tonight or military commander in the Soviet v rison Hotel Chicago! to be managing -
tomorrow. AI.SO l IIIIST SE.TE: to be, director of the Casa Mann
inspects a new gift gavel caryed 1 1I lone of Germany appeared
:: Meanwhile U$ Senator<< Spes- '
movement toi t tp r aotui when! it opens this fall It wa:
from the oak tree at Jack I a part of a Russian
sard Holland and RepresentativeGeorge IOIMIOUMM; lII' <:ov: Harmonica I SuitIh reported that Hicks_ will be hen
; son. Mich.. under which the Re- Smathcrs sent wires to !i use the term "PCdt'C"a" covei MRS. MAUD POPE. 33 i> expecting her 24th child but in spite
shortly to the installation
) supervise II I-
publican, party was organized City Commissioner Louis Cat- UltMVlIOrS: I'OM.. : up for la'er- Russian propaganda of her pregnancy: sh-: dug a 25-fact: well and built a home for her I of bathrooms and the other

in 1856. It was presented to bond I saying; they also had appeared J Postponed) : large family in Atlanta. Ga. She is drawing water from tbwell j work to be done

Vandcnberg in the capitol at before the Senate appro- V.\S 1'LliSIH. i I j iThcsc Cats Have The house she built is in the background. Around Mrs. I Mrs Barnes owns, and opeiatt-,
I Washington by Mayor James pi lations committee last night; Pope are four of her 21 Living children. Left to right: Bobby t: the ticket agencies that arc con
The chances for inclusion .J'' 1b. ,...rl..tr4 Prr..l Suit brought; bv W M Hold I! Louise 5. and Odcll. 2. d\idcd.jn
12 all
I M. House of Jackson.Preparing. ,i Not Tasted Meal( Betty Jane. Mary nearly the Chicago
---- :, the $60.00(1( in the Senate bill appear WASHINGTON. June 18--Pie, berg against: Rose Kisa: !l, profs: | ( | hotels Tickets for baseball: the-
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I highly favoiablc". said the sident Truman, on ,Ida way to etorof Collins Military Supplies, j!I' NEW; .\VrN: Conn.-(API,- - at rs. (football and other event, ,

f,' For l j i win Itufii Smalliers the White House thU( mornuiSr. ; Duval street, for $IiV: iS postponed .: Fight oollcgc-hrcd cats; .hive n* vei -: RUHSENBERGER GIVES" '. t f are sold:at the hotel atd5.rtr.,.
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With tbb $60.000, if and when has .,
I :stopped at Altoona Pennsylvaniawhere toddY by County Judge: :: lasted I meat mouse:: or other I ., Barnes just gone back t
it is received fiom the Navy for j''Chicago: but will return here
I ; don't to miss it in
wise and seem
he took another crack at Raymond U Lord while AttorneyJ '

I War Feverishly l tI :I I completion F.gA pi opuses Chica to send:of Field the the purchase the money Count for of' the nRiess housing for mea.ul.He not having said|1M,theactivity' -
the purchase of Mcaiham Field of a eat estate: bblyhad Jud..t; Ixsd pu<;lponed .: I aitilicial diet since they were
I Peace; ) succeeded huldin fit the ta-e until totlav. when weaned They live in cages: at tho \l w Supreme Court
During to make it a county aiipoit"Pauper" in ; u\\ Mill Kiporlnsiit 2
Laboratory near
: bill le planned to have Bert Robcrt. ,Yale Nutrition
i I He also complained about: Die a mailman come in and play the : hundreds of white mice and rat>. Prevent iou
Xniil Touit fort \\ aliiiicton Fire
JEWS; I'HttIHiE; : : WI;.\P.1I 1: T ea\'e." action of the !ot"n"m
I K holding up the confirmation claims be bought; and was defective : I. islatltl.. l "lorI

OISS l\'il| | l>;M \\IIILlJ'I! r h t ll tit I Of() f S0.000!! of Senate several Republican hundred postmasters leaders said for the instrument It was what in he the had CohSs paid fatty table sugar pasty: casein ration composed from Milk of one !Proceedings Are In Watson) CaseThe (:

nrllirr Dulv
mineral salts lard corn oil, and
.\ItHlitH.:, ." -1'Ela.1I.I(; I:t tCHIET SPtMN.HHI; ; ), O.- -.V suipu*- not two confum weeks ago any: that more they presidential would- stoic _ __ _____ 1!''all the known a vitamins; Although Captain R RuhsenhwviV Hcing! Sent OutTALI.AIIASSEE 1 U. S Supreme Couili ,.

; (xl nicer! Mi; Dell: Keano was the President l Hoovers term look : they never had l meat or whole I I terday refused to review the con
except in
: : SIMMONTEL ( : I appointments .
I given the job of settling: the Ca of cabinet members 01 mem- similar action toward his appointment : milk, then :growth; appears to be S Navy. rclinqjtshvd his Pilot :, Fla_. June ISFNSi.teJ. viction and death sentence tor
/n, ...... '......h..... 1'r.... late of her untie Old Charley case service of postmasters normal One month-old torn I as Commanding Officer of AntiSubmarine David Joseph Watson negro \, h..
hers of diplomatic l ( Edwin Larsen stair
AVIV. June U-Tiucelirtwen :i Coitc who died 1 u("t.'nUy. lli; Comment here amons KepuhIn President Truman arrrvrd at .i l cat weighs: 10 pounds and hia: I Development Squadron treasurer: and !state fire marshal : killed a white shipmate iix>... .'

I Al' lbs and Jtwhas |:I estate in adituxi to piles of old I 'an leaders is that the more the While Homo at moot It wassaid U.Kk.t of furThE' ( One to Captain J R. Lee in htiy announcedthat h" i.. distributinz :: I a destroyer stationed at K -\
Duct weeks to and ; cats ale being studied bv Wet..Ju'ly 24 190M.
rune ma
i and trash he catherc that he intended vetoing
ncwspapets than 700 postmaster appoint- the of the officers and the printed proceedings of
I Count Bcrnadcttt. heie Dr WilUrd A KrehU assistant Pic.ente In Miami Bart A Rilt.I.I I.. <
today ;
wa ; l off the street included mom dur other tells and that the housina -
will not l>e confirmed I I. ;t January ststcwide'fire .
to try to Bet: Jewish Icadei ':: than $80000 in United i States mcnts ins the remainder of Truman and price control questions profC>o...." of nutrition and Isaac I men of the squadron in changeof \ conference which pre.cnto.n was partner of one of Watsonnevs. .. ., ,.
to agree to an extension of time :: and municipal Ixmds. 'I : would he taken bv. lum before D Welt, research assistant i of tb- command ceremonies Fn.tvmornm A C Dressier said .iii,
Treasury I present term They declared that held under his direction at Or- "
lie Inferred with the Jewish i i! cashiers checks and cash:: The the. Democratic majority in the the people' luring; the presi en- I.department of physiological I ;; *t Boca Chica Field. Naval Indo. at the formal request of other: petition would be filed i m'
other official but : at Yale School Medij the U S. District Court It.kln,
and chemistry
premier > odd man had no electricity in huramshackled I senate during the last year of hal campaignVilsim Air Station. Key West :: Governor Caldwell. The conference : -
the results of the conference was I house and got water j cine The next queston is whether I that doctors be appointed to pa" .
:: Captain Ruhsenberger who was the first held in Florida
not made public He will later from neighbor | the cats raised in the laboratory on Watson's sanity
by the bucket a 1---
) Lai aid "but will be I
confer with Arabs I I The old man often told of playinghis : i iI Of i on artificial food can propagate I has commended the squadron for 'ducted:on !annually hereafter because Watson in jail; at Tamp-.

Meanwhile. it was reported I violin l before the crowned \ Found Cnilly j I themselves One purpose>> of the the last three yeah, dtarmx the <4 its educational valu-"" I now awaiting the death "
i nutrition studies was to learn exi fence which will be givirt In;ii.
that the Jews. fearing a rcsunio I heads of Europe but no one knew last two years of which it has The pmcredmss contain the
hon <.f hostilities, are feverishly how he accumulated his monev. I, i actly what the cat needs in food I( as soon: as the!' outcome lof UK .n',
)I been based at Boca Chica Field recommendations of rural and
making weapons while Arab II I Murder' to grow and be healthy Thousands peals is known Attorney John
I Second Degree will August 2 at Sands city: fire chief equipment mak- I
I I will be interested report on Sawyer of Key West HM.
Itadcis. seemingly of the same of cat owners edurabnbuilding .. ia an" '
I n'ind. tailed a special rr Beting of Announce E..,,(IV I j : Fuither the cat may help Point Port Washington, Long t rs. underwriters.cimstruction 1gmc.tT.O.fCtrm .I of Watson's attorneys

thou) cabinet in Tran&joidan to- I j answer some puzzles about nu L>Iand. New Turk where h? will
Content. Winners. MHOKI.D:<< : :M\N; \\ 11.1. T.PSLMLM.III 1 lotion in man and other ;animal; become the officer groups interested in forest:
( : Commanding of
daS fin protection and municipal Robins U*;
far as fan be seen heic and Miss Betty Cruiek!>hank has : : ; : 'IOMUHijo ) -: naiit Pauish, also colored, in a : and director: of special (tkvi t-s culs charged with fire law enfoiceimnU urp
i in Trari sjordan both sides arc I been selected as winner of an Pltronia street saloon. j I II Sex? center. office of Naval research and the revision of I

taking: no chances that a settle ,! essay contest sponsored by the \\ ): (\lOH\( : 1\: '; injinr.i. i I. Wilson tan be sentenced to 20 Stronger Captain Ruhsenberger was budding codes. Front Porch
bent of the ilisnule bet wen Jews graduated from the U S Naval .
Southernmost School of Beauty years or to life imprisonmentfor I milMINGHXM Eng. :<.tls..1 Some 33 states Larson'aid. I
a nd Arabs will be reached by members of the current cconri degree' murder Academy Annapolis M".i viand conferences .
I Culture for : ; "inrh/ I Jane Underhill. ;>7. told the court have held similar AVrKILI.: PARK N Y i t '
the time the truce expires.. Graduating:: class of Kev t' The jury felt that the stabbing that she had sat petrified while I' with the class; of 1924 He obtained during the past; 12 months, a* a engaging: ; ; in a running .u u
Jewish leaders pointed out I West high school She will receive -|i Thirty minutes after it started i:' of the Parrish woman was unpremeditated -1 i a holdup man threatctned her I a Mastei Degree in Electri- result of the President nationalfire I ment"with a pair of _.f..H! n _

that before the truce ends a course in beauty culture debating;: the :guilt ot Etter \VWilson i, and therefore did : home Suddenly, he turned and I Great Britain will have removed I I free of charge from the local I i: not return verdict of first degree -I "I frightened avou >' "It is gratifying to observe front porch the Edward H"It,1I \ .
colored steward of th": said. am just as :; 193 I
from a vard University in
1artir all of her
; troops I beauty class I murder. I :' Then there was a thud what is going on in the fire preventran I lost the debate and the ,,l t.n,
PiU ,tine I II A similar award. offered to a. U S. Navv who was charged :!,, Attorneys William X Albjr 1 i in the arc prisoner's dock-the ac- ; The Ruhsenbergen who have: field.- Larson e mtinw-d.: proceeded with their plan I ,
member of this >'ear's :graduating:: : ]I with lust decree inuro*'i. a Circuit and Eli iquc Esquinaldo Jr cvsed; holdup man Jame Battle become well known .n Iot.... NJ: and this I attribute to a crowing raise! their faniilv The 11..11.. .
T iM/fiig; .; In Htirtinu i iI :: das from the Convent of Marv j I Court jury last night returned I who defended the nesro said i 14. had tainted \-\ and civilian circle intend to plihl"! nsciousn ,s that fire I arc using the back door
!1 Immaculate was won bv Miss Susie -i verdict of second degree they did not plan am appeal spend the next six week ntiavel I I. ...'-- .on t he fI1.nlln17ed.. 1 ..ml I ',vithti
_I Mass Margaret Perez. an emnlovee ;I Dementt The Southernmost!I a The which presentedto I friends, rUa if: 1 ;
the National Airlines : murderJudge case was i iI visiting :+n mums I Grand Showing tf II \err
\ of in i| School of Beauty Culture i'1-1 i them by \%' Curry Ban IS and ; I tires in Pcnsacola. New Orkaiio
Key West and Miss Jovce Mul- I: tends to donate a free course in Aquaria Lopez. Jr. of I I I John \\ Pruntv, of Miami bottasisstant I Kansas City. tnaianapolts. ant.i STUDEBAKER TRUCKSTODAY

IM'rg left yesterday for Havana i it. i I beauty culture annually to on: j'j'i I' Circuit Court announced today" :tate aUol intvs. went tithe BRADY'Sfor i :NiH.da: Falls

., spend the weekend In that, member of each graduating class 1: that tomorrow morning, at 10 :: )urn at 7:50: p m last night\ i (aptam Lee ws tomman ', at the

"Ih horn the Key West High School oclock he would sentence WllI I At 8.20 p n the ;nn"uru d ti,,' : Hue. of the- t S. S LISL\: DANCEAmerican TWINS CAR'VGK' (;

; nd from the Convent of Mar I son for the fatal stabbing;; of Mar- ; (Continued On Faee Light; ) ; p '01' It his assuming: (l'Omm"f]
.I.I Immaculate i 1\ntiSubmannc Dc'dupllI'n'Stj 1130 Duyal St.-SEE PAGE 7
Pin-Flooring.; I '- I uoidl'on One Hi was gr.idu;>i Legion Home - -- --

i OVERSEAS Coffee ShopCHICKEN THE ORIENTAL PHARMACY : Choice Poultry 1 1 t o i I I om the U S Naval Acade- STOCK ISLAND

-at- CENTRAL PHARMACY I l sari \e.. Naaacrrra 1000 DUVAL STREET InIn 1928
SI'III INK Lli IHEUnnl P".rl... ( .lied I.r ... or ClCA i I Captain > Fish For Friday
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Irii,errs STEAK DINNERS. , J3U| ( heir two I('n ;.
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SPECIALISTS 1i i Palace Theater New BATTERIES for all Cars Dodge. 4.Dr.-'42 Ply. Club Cpe I CtT-tfl1 IF DESIRED I : : ST \TIO'I Music by !

Let Ui Check Your Brakes Guaranteed' for 1}{ Months 0\ EIU'LOW LOT I' Francis at Division Phone 313 THE THREE SHARPS WEAVER'SNA'a
: Richard Dix and Gail Patrick in ROY'S Corner Duval and Eaton 1214 WHt. .: Street i '..r PI HI: oil l.m.T ;
Lou Smith Auto Service "MIOF (:O (}UtST": l I I 1 TC Greue. Spray or From 9OO Till 1 :00 I "lt.1LL1 : :
White at Fleming) Phon I I| KEY WEST U1O P\RTS \.\\RRO. Inroq1Ul'"dtc.tOpposite PHONE 540 LET '
I 'Oppnit.Annv Barracks": : 121 Duval Street Phone 442 Bus Station
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-, ._. Only.Corner Dally. Newspaper Greene and In Ann Key. Street. West and sioned wish!' is next minutes's forgottenpast. NETWORK PROGRAMS I '. E -s Y es. V.t

Monroe County These two truths are linked togetherin II Cistern Local Time. ....r central 1 1x
:.. .. ter..d at Key. teat Florida, as second class matter subtract one hsur for meufttat* I' f
I this life which i is caught in the vortexof subtract two h_.. Seme loch sta- I 9 4t.tse .
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: 0 law the )..cl news |>ulliah''l here. I 1 1a
thoughts were brought to mind FRIDAY, JUNI 11
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:+. One Tear SIIISCIIIPTIOV: RITES .ft* .. by a statement made by Colonel Theodore !*..!.(
: :is Months-=::-'::::::::===::::_---- CO: Roosevelt his farewell address to the .:00-Newt Report. 15 MIn.-nbeN'ew
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m. Math too Rough who the Silent Hour-kbc-east: .
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:OTICr '. i I Amt>r l-an ,war. That address was deliverer .:3O-Jean McKenna Sane-cti-easl,
All reading notices cards of thanks resolutions. Lum and Abntr repeat-rbs-weit.
-- r* rerpect. obituary notices, poe..... etc, will be by Colonel Roosevelt: to the RoughRiders .:**-X,w,('ut by Three nhc r .lr.
*_ arced fur at the rate of 10 rents a line. 1.o".U, Thomas (repeat iri-cts I
Nvtices for entrrlalan.eKt br. churches from which .on September 4 1, 1898,. and among 7CO-Suppyr dub-nbc-baalo : "LightningStrike" THOMAS E. DEWEY DOUGLAS MacARTHU JOSEPH W. MARTIN
r. u is to l>* derived are 6 a line.
I'.T : u.n The Health: Show--cbs ..
.: the things he said'was .
CltlzrB: Is an open o and Invites dls.rurelrn :. ,. News and .
I Commentary-ab \P 'ewefeal.re.I of thv Itepa l ITan W MARTIN Jr.
of public Issues and subjects of local or ulten Lewis. Jr.-mbs i
..general Interest. but It will not publish noo>mous "'The world will he kind to you 7:1S-\' ;ews and Comment-nbe I IF NEW YORK'S Governor OLDEST can.iidotc rs JOSEPH lnIal>l.. So,tch,Ii ,,.hrna

.tvmmualcauoee.MEMBER about 10 days; until then, everything Jack l'ally Smith Commentary and Song._-be tbs Dt we ,,- chosen puhluan Gen. Douglas M>...Arthur %:'i'. "'. .11 who has been politn.rkmg fur 37

you do will be considered right after News: Dinner at-.be s 'standard>an-r. it toll be 1h' be 69 next Jan 26. M: ..AithiuLS Yl'ar--th last :24! in congress.Speaker .

7.3O--luslc i K..r Tonight-pba fut time his party has renomi what the pi>lilicu, call a 'I i :- .. :Marlin is n..t jn active
that you will be judge 1 by a stricter T.l.o"e. He Hanger Annownrvd Uram.-abo b. nated a man defeated in a pn.si- ({'ptin'" candidate candidate but he 13 a possible:

I @ 1948 code; and if you prove worthless you Henry. Taylornbsx:45EItnborn dential contest Prior' to his service in the Pacific jmproais' choice if Hidingtvntenrirs

I will be deemed to have been spoiledby To B. Annoanretl Comment
Spurts t.'uRlm..ut-rnbs Roosevelt, Dewey rolled up 22.- recordRecwved 13 citations for Martin will preside over the
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the war. For just about 10 days you ':0*Mr.I-aul and I Jane...Talle Are Pand cts-nba 006273 popular votes' to come gallantry sad leadership ability Republican convention for the

will be overpraised overpetted; then tat, Man t.clh'.1Ie within 3,596,227 tif cfourth- as a young general in World third consecutive time . Ik's

. wil find that the hero Always a "oaUla-robe COPConvention term winner War i"Top
you business i is ': 0-0-an lou Top This .nhsI'auny sn expert at harmonizing hjc-
: Thf>mo Show-cbs Dewey gaited fame in the 20s man in his class of 93 ticlm
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST over for good and all and} if you try This' IS K.b.I,. !Rama-abu member; at West Point B ec a
: ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN La\e: It to rll-mll.! as rack t-busling district attor ame. Led Republican minority u
.. to trade any longer on what you have 30.
done in Cuba you will merely excite ::55five Lilly it..Minutes... omm.nt-.II.Xeres--cL. ? ney in New York City . He youngest to hold that port! . bisi : for several years before

>:00-1'cople) Are 'unnY-bbc became a prominent contender Proud that under his regime in be wing speaker . Served

.. :_ 1. More Hotels and Apartments. the laughter of derision. :.*.Morcan-tAmeche-t'atiKford>realt. the Hank-abtfOjOrKl : in the 1940 convention which Japan Communists have shown in Massachusetts legislature witkCalvin

"- 'I 1 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. "You will do well to rememberthis Heaiur. -'vmmeDt-mw nominated<< Wendell Willkie! . comparatively: little political Coolidge . Bachelor, 61doesn't
= 3. Airports-Land and Sea. ':I*-News. liroajcast-mbs.3O In 1942 he was the first Republican strength. smoke drink or ptay g jf
.. 1 and each turn Jo his allotted task '. -l.Ttn.in watts Time-nb. S0e0ee . and
4. Consolidation of County and The Milnnirr to be elected governor of Tall. distinguished looking, Likes walking watching
i :: City Governments. with his! heart and strength, to win *lh.. Miertcr. tratna.aba New"" York in two decades. and a fastidious dresser. lies a baseball games. tAt

: =-1 5. Community Auditorium.MONOGRAPH success iii the only way: that it can be Information: rill.mbsx:53FiveMinute Sports-lIlIe He was born in Owosso,, Mich, flair for d..matK"mak- 18 he became a newspaperlepoiter. ; !

won,'-asking no consideration of the .1IW-\Jyatrr7: TI.cat..r-nK the son of weekly newspaper ing, such as his statement on and at 24 was publishern
-. lull Itakcr QI "-<'b.1O.h'K publish i Attended Uni\er- le.vir.t Inc Philippines! in 142I : ; North Attlfboio Mass., hw
past t'hut demanding to bet judged : 5M.rts| Show-abo "
Meet the ITes*-mbs10.CO ..rrI' sitof MIchigan. "'I will Rt"tUl'n.ARTHUR home town.

:: each on his merit.q'in the.actual work -till Jours Stem Krvu poit--cV nbe.SpiVf f".--- -- - .. -- -- _.- ... .................
of the day." Tea IKnvks! Uand-mbs
:: in West 10:4*-pr. Convention I'eriod 1
To Old Folks Key -nt I
So much for the hero's fleeting hour. l
"::"-News Variety 2 lire.-nbo rtY
I :. and Everywhere N"..\arh-ty.. Lu..c 2 hr...-cb* ;
let us consider the wish that, man Neap and .....-* Hour-abe _
:. One million school and college News, fauns hand t tin.-.nibs
I thinks, will :satisfy:; the human craving for 12: :OC:-Dancing C..UauWab'u&'

1 graduates in the United States are reported accomplishment. The wish becomes an act- I
} .
: : looking for job*. How milt -
many I
t uality only a short time before man ,t I ,
:-- lion dollars would give to be one of Saturday Summary s
you spurred on by ambition is dissatisfied and
I E..,.r. Local Time. Far ctntrslsubtract
U..' l = :. them, even thoujrh> you did not get a wants something else. Nothing that he two....bareSATURDAY........r rr mountainufctract ,

.= job? The glory of youth is not sensed by possesses satisfies him except for awhile. !

_: I youths; only oldtimers can appreciate it. lie looks forward to attaining something JUNE 19 t !

y TilE ORACLE else, and, getting it, looks forward again. ir'sraiiig !
00 Tb.
: StoryShupprrx !ianpnhe
He is forever in the grip- of one minute's : Slrertal--ab" ,-
w t 38-Ml.id: Lour )1..........-fiN
r- impassioned wish becoming next minute's OO-J-ra..k Larriaell. I.........-.be
WHICH ONE OF THE 6? n..ca Larwr 1lubl"uso-& i;,!
forgotten past.
10.3O: -.\rchi. Andrea IVaHu' _ube.

I I He whirls in the vortex of time, Ourkalky Mary Lee T.kr ru.'k: Talk-Cii.a*-nil.. t 3
The United States News asks and changing ever changing in his desires lIr.o-: Vftl the Mrrk-nb.. '

:.: answers the question of who will be the N Abbott"w>: Lct A C"...>1 1'r.t...m..triHi-nli. bs. __ ____ _
i Hook quit <>.bu..-iuU, HAROLD E. STASSEfl H. VANDENBERG WARRENuuu ;:
s- next President. It conducted of ROBERT A. TAFT
poll Congress
a .
,' Three scheduled} elections in a month 11:3G-'miJIn.r I.I:: e.oo.n..II-.w

:: : to determine the question: of which had the voters tired and not interested, so Junk.r land of Slh.s: the. i.iaau.-nl....'-alic r IF 4I YEAR-OLD HAROLD E SENATOR ROBERT A TAFT MICHIGAN sixty \eai i old CALIFORNIA'S Governor Edjt
9 b. Teea Club-mba: . 74Aft. STA' ($:$N the At&ublicaii 'Old 1 \jt \ "'*
+t T Republican: will win. It finds that Taft and gets -yeas lawyer ( is considered dHeo. i cepU': C .
the last.on" was! A' costlyflop.. .,.... presidential {mination and wins : son $! Presidentand, Chief :: a good be for the pre 'a idtntial for the Republican pr
: .
:: Vandenberg rate highest wit!/! Congress \2.00-Theater eT; T-Jrfy-rl>s the election this year he will be' Justice Taft. calls himself a.'conservative nomination if leading ac- domination, has been a

I a as likely to make the be-it, President.! COURAGEOUS OPPOSITION '2.30 JuniorJunctton-Coffe. wai'Cuate.e-sip(' the youngest. man ever to become liberal" . He's a vigorous tive candidates are deadlocked. vole-getter in his state. In .'

; .. I)(.tvey comes third. Mara veer l .tloll>Kui.+I l'.b president (Theodore K I Amcrkan. 'PartfHHMbc : 42, was the youngest) nominee of both d
raUtl short Republican ;>
: on glamor leader $
: ( Republican
: There i is a "han -over" belief in the e pus Capers-inks on questionsof
Twelve labor leaders gnultj l ) bring this 1.00-Farm and llotiic-nlenrand Starcen was a county: attorneyat legislative diligence won him foreign policy . A one-time Democratic parties. t;!
r: f.cl! that lots of Presidents Central l I. I.
theory have raula-a S 23. became of Minnesota A
governor: presidential
nation to a standstill 'in just half an hour. Luaehoa |{r = been agreed upon in "smoke-filled room Lu........ Udlliute....... at '31 and keyhole speaker domestic matters . Taft-Hart- : a in 1344 Warren was key
said Cecil B. DeMille. motion advocate' of international
picture producer 1:30-F. Tomlinson. 1..ifl&.s prominent -
have been .' for the 1940 Republican national ley Lo.bor act his most important note speaker at the convcntien
e- definitely linked with the power 'oiuity 111 Wuii-tbs action for world p.-ate . .
and in before wtnvention
director testifying the I.aklnr..r, S..>"-atc at 33. mt'a5unAlso of a which nominated Dew >y. $
.= of the;Senate and House chiefs to win l>atHw Band lnue-kbs sponsor Helped set up the United Nations
House (Labor Committee, which is reviewing 1-4: *-News of Ourlfa.-J>be Wwiked his way through university public housing bill and at"'C" >>11- organization. Warren is 57, husky good look

:: over the delt'gatefrom their own States.In labor laws. He urged laws guaranteeing 2:00-\ nc..nt. Ixipec. Munk-! i.lo as a grocery dt"1 k. pan pnnnise" mesttire; providing federal Came to the Senate as! "voting ing. and smiles ea.sily Ho his
Ulv. aM '1'". Celia'b.sSOnaiing . and aid! for health and iiluca-
the U. S. News Senator Taft greaser in a bakery, sloping
poll .
"the right to work:' He i is the central Mh>Uiiujho. car conductor tion progressive Republican in 1928 fought for increase in state 0*
Mure .
: Elands out ahead for the Republican nomination bMc. Tune-ml. . Supported some N:.w Deal apperr;iums and for a c..mpuli .
2 3
figure in a four-year-old dispute with the : Veterans Serbs-sic. Labor law set under Member of Senate" since January -
= Tli* (tountnr Jouriul. peace up me--..:un"S." fought; others . Describes health insurance
l>s sory ystt'rn
Vandenberg is next and Dewey i is .. 1939! . Choicr of Ohio
union over his refusal to pay a one dollar Th JIlt b. 1-.al-al.. ... fcis governorship !Ix-canic model himself as "a fundamentalist ..
Lu .
in third Cues*4iasd ""w-.I.a Republicans for presidential in Angeles sun f a
place. But the wise
si : commentators poltitial assessment for which he was suspended *:00-National Opt n Oolf-nOernran ': for other states . Came out nomiiutmn in 1936 and 1949Wa . . on our form of yowrnment railroad woikvr who was an ardent -

: and writers in Washington are not apt toagiee by the American Federation of Radio Plano flah Ktitutt<....._-vbs abe early for international action t<> > mcmbrr of Ohio k-gislature. a liberal on social IcgislatNm. unionist . Was newsboy

i :.; .. that Dewey will be in third place. The SIRS! \1u".al.-.t.. Sl''un.wo.l,1 pease . big. agile for !several yvars and active in and above all a realist"Stoned : railroad call boy and farm I h..nd
Artists. Since th..nIro: DeMille:\ has '*
: -
Sciencs 'luDlur.-t"1oa w!! at 9. Became . Studied law and like iv;
and energetic who politico (d home town, Cincinnati -
L The strongest lwnpu"ht'ramong:" them !been allowed work the air lor : 0-<'ros Section C5-t'ba: campaigner editor of a. Grand Rapids newspaper Dewey he became
not to on TII., symphony lii.ur-ate invitee question from his listeners : . Top man in his class at a prosecutingattorney.
i' u item to agree that Dewey and Taft are Sports t'arad.-mW at 22. ,'
any employer.In and stops at every <'ios>u.ad- Yale md tIMILJn.anl law school! !
I the two top Republican candidates. The before the 4OO-Deet.\ .. In.Iu''kd.T..I.abcIal. ., ----.
; t general opinion, is that in Laces: Charlie Slocum-acs; TODAY'S.1NNiVERS.1RllS bought in 1897 fin $1.000 when: it Fam workers had an accidental I 1[ Egpt17 million imlude
some way or another *:*>Convention I
I .: the witness! said : 'Ve have seen the danger Horn Hac Time heartal-cbs -ube had a circulation. of 2.1KX). bornin death rate twice ahi>;h asworkers about one million Christian

these two men will reach an agreement to the right to work from employers, Sports IIorM Rais Matinve; .a be : Irtl.ind. Maine. Died June : in agruulturul industries C oot;>. and! ont'-quarUr millmn I

: on who will be the nominee, and that 4:4*Church Time. -mbs (Know America) 7. 1933. I in 19171111111I111I11111I11I11I111II11., oth1 i C hi, ixt.jns: ; I
but the unions haveMow broken ..that and : Ser. trept. t: 5)-niba __

.I the Convention will nominate their choice the pendulum haS!(! swung''the..other way, .;00 Mate-Smante Way River for \uh. --.nhe.Ws 1802-Henry Durant. Congregational 1853-William II West; popular _-'.................................:...............................................nnn..mmu.lllu.llrrm.nmu.............. uwn"'n..ou"n..nn..n... ....,............................_._. ....__..-._I
: minstrel of his day
:: (whether it is one of them or another Ne....: Treaanry Jantl-abo clergyman first presidentof performer
possibility the unions have-gone too fat:" Taks a Nuiahtr-mbrtut. University of California whenit born in SYracuse. N. Y. Died in .

;; ) In that case Vandenberg might 1:1LalISi. Dot Drajna-"nb.- opened in 1860 with a class of I Chicago Fib 15. 1902. t
:Mr.- DeMille:\ urged Committee to
I 30-Doc L .
be out in front. This letter is not making St. Louis Q Matinee--tb-nbe: I 9, born at Acton, Mass. Died<< 1857 Henry Clay. Folgi-i. F FIl

:= any prophecies. It is simply consider a law declaring. a "fundamentalright Melodies. to Kemea "Wr. -, ab., Jan. 22, 1879.1841Lester. : Standard Oil head donor of the { 1
reporting a *' True tr False-rabs *a.t .
to work, and stated a Constitutional I ':45-Weekly. Commentary F. Ward. soldier famed Shakespvrean LibiaiN'. | + i
\ory honest pill!. *
amendment might be necessary to guarantee Government geologist, pioneer Washington born in New'm k j .

leader in modern and evi>lutM.n- Died. June 11. 1930.1869Carolyn ). . .
it. He blamed both labor and management Your '
= Horoscope ail\sociology, bum iliet. 111. ;'
A STATE DEPARTMENT JOB at Wells nmi-li t .
. for "battering" at man's right to Died 'April 18, 1913. ,, author. burn in Rahwa\ :N.; J ; .

work when and where he Jllea-t'd. "A Fed- FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1948Thisday 1850-Cyrus II K. Curtis, fam Died March 26. 1942. ', 1' ift ..
:.: Deploring the division of broadcast carries genius especially in Philadelphia .publishei of the- .
eral right-to-work law backed bj stiff ,
:. ing to foreign countries betwen the State up diplomacy' and with the asSbt- Ladles Home Journal and Satin In avoirdupois weight. 16 !. t: .

Depaitment and the : criminal penalties and substantial civil ante of lelativvs The nature IS day Evening Post the luti i' di,nils squat I ..!-,*. ounce .
:. privately-owned networks a little too smpathetic and blows _. ,
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I damages would far to clarify the just
the National go and will hurt .
:: Broadcasting Com- sneers exceedingly .
limits ot the right to strike and discourageuse though not much shuw will be t
t .
has offered r
to lease
= : pang its international .1 ti r .
of tactics on American citizens made of the pain inflicted If i f )' ,
= broadcasting facilities to the Government there should ("Orne'en . .
who want to exercise their right to work.
for $1 a year and to withdraw from the shuck to the affection, it is liable .

I -:. field of overseas shortwave programs. to develop" a morbid tendency. I Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete .

The low-down the tax situation is which should be strenuously
on ;
i :: !I .
i This is an interesting development of fought. .
that you will have to pay more taxes, and HOTEL! .
: : the furore .
created in Congress by the publication :
=- of the text of some of the broadcasts .soon. A new French-Amenian I .
: teacher exchange to '
beamed to Latin-America. Even so, I' provide for exchange program of ten American I I ""r ::: "' ....
teachers" with ten teachers t
the !National Broadcasting Company :. :\ : \t
de-I from France _ ,. .
will be conducted j _-. -- r
:; : serves: some credit for making the offer. It i is a fact that there is a shortage of during the 19-18,19-19 school >ear 'r .vI..i... / : w." -

4 Certainly, it is apparent that theshortwave i classrooms; and feathers: throughout our I rI JIIT : FOR HOME 3
f :: :' ......................... : I.\ or 1;
programs, sent out to inform broad l land and that the first crops ti fl! LOWSUMMER
:-. the peoples of other nations about the ,: babies of the war period who are nowi -BICYCLES- I .JII _____- - RATES : COMMERCIAL USES :

United States should be centrally control- i i reaching the age to enter the first grade .
I txclwli North Bcw.hSccnoa G., Tropical PMIO Superb Cviiios
:: led. The State Department, or a special"commission are not likely to receive their full rightsas : Repaired and RentedAlso I S :Are /Vp/wrecl To Furnish You With U
: should have responsibility for the "future generation." The U. S. in Stock-MEW I II i 'iW"SFktf Clear, Pure (:KES or (Rl SHED ICE .

what represents this country on the air. school system lags while the }population j BICYCLES TRICYCLES I .

grows. That simply means that the school 1 WAGONS: SCOOTERS li
I ON THI OCEANFRONT AT 69th ST. : Thompson
As a reader of The Citizen Enterprises Inc :
you under. district., the towns cities counties, States: and SKATES ,

Rand why others read it and why they will 1 : and the National Government must all do EUGENE C. DENMSON, Manager r

see: your ad, whether it occupies a page : their duties in raising the standards of Overseas Cycle Store I Former Manager of the Casa Marina i PHONE NO. 8 (ICE DIVISION: ) .

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THE CITIZEN OF Householder: "Put aH that stuff -

JUNE 18. 19181ttMiN111IYQKYfWMWYWtWtWtYlwY back in the sideboard at once.. CHAPTER 24 see my oears, IHiT ine day will thing should-and must-be done
d.you hear"' I come-and soon-when Dorotheawill about It. Of course we will excuse
+ :
Burglar. "Lumme. suv'nor. not THE Countess' dramatic state- regret her wild action. She yoii. my dear Hut we will want
United States Senator Charles all ol it came as a distinct surprise will be writing me for money you back again very soon shan't .
14 O. Andrews notified The Citizen ; fair 'art, of it belongsnext to Hildred. But how was she and eventually she will get rid of we. Lucien?"
door. the little county nurse supposed with
"Hildred dines
today that the Navy will send thenew this person. always me
to react? What could she ay. "I hope, if she writes, you will on Thursday eveningLucien
1 gunboat USS Charleston to ----------------- friend? Lucien sat of
said. The
even as a send her sufficient funds to carryon anniversary our
__toy West for the Overseas Hih- .: beaming at her. and his mother until she does get rid of her meeting." .

1 u.v celebration. THE VETERANS was smiling, so it was evident man. if she ever docs Liz. If not. Hldred wanted to say that it
, they did not want condolences. I shall send her financial help might not be convenient this

t Ji unie Saunders who wa Lucien said. "I hadn't told her myself If only in repayment for week again because of her mother. -
0\ at No Name Key two days CORNER Liz You might have left it to me. this freedom she has given! me." But she did not like to say so

3 too. was reported today by a +.....t............... And as you can see Hildred 1jn He turned toward Hildred now just then. If when Thursday came welt
her he her not
not left brokenhearted. The taking her cup from as saw mother was feeling
surgeon in the 'Marine Hospital QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ;:Ued suitor as a matter of fact, she had finished. Again his look Mildred would break the dinner -

: :. to be recovering His condition ON EXTENT OF TRAINING is greatly pleased." I was deep into her eyes. "I am free engagement
the statement said, is not "I also Hildred." he said "You know I It washer mother, however,
The Countess
.serious.e i! Thousands of veterans in train- am free. now." who insisted Hildred must not do
; pleased; that we have discovered If the Countess was aware of that. "1'am, perfectly all right.
ng under adopted in their time, that Dorothea is capableof
i hidden in these she insisted. "I to
meaning want
I( any you go.
Key West Lions' Club at such thing. To another,
a behalf a marry
by Congress often -
ore confused
words she now came to her youngguest's darling Mrs Archer will run in
meeting last night in the Stone I I when she could have had my son
She leaned forwardto the And how
by the extent of training rescue. during evening.
Church Annex, decided to I I -to do it in such a common cruel Hildred's slim hands
sponsor give one of could you refuse after Lucien and
rt one of the teams that will, they may receive. Some of the manner. And the man is will a most be a gentle pat She said."I am afraid his mother sent me all these lovely

play in the Softball league.Representatives questions asked bv them end aui ordinary person-they I sure-he is an you find us too outspoken too flowery?" For once more the little
i I i thoritative answers by \!A offi- poor Instructor enough am emotional. No doubt you are apartment was overflowing witha
swimming or some
in thinking should not discuss all prolusion of flowers."I ..
: cials are published in this column -
of the local such thing if you can imagine "
this before you. But you are very suppose I'll have, to go she
:; by The Key West Citizen the Countess
asa that!
of Apparently
chapter DeMolays left this :
close to us, my sweet child, and 1 said and wondered why she
morning for Tampa to attend the i:! service to our veteran oud not: she sank back to sip the time may come when you will should feel that way about going

annual conclave of the order i I I Q: Can my son a disabled warveteran her hot tea gratefully, closing her understand more fully Meanwhile when it was not the way she

They said they will endeavor to '' who is being rehabilitated eyes a moment. Lucien. I think we do proceed i should feel at all.

have the DeMolays hold their an- :I under Public Law 16. con- This was why she did not see too rapidly. think we startle I Lucien told her upon her arrival -
the Jig wink Lucien directed at little . that they dining in his
nual conclave in Key West next I i I tinue his training for more than our nurse were
four Hildred. "Laz like every other "This is the first time I have I rooms "Just the two of us." he
rear. I)I I (4) years? mother, cannot conceive how any !
seen you in your nurse's uniform added his dark eyes smiling down
Training in excess of four girl coud prefer any man to her I
;I she broke off. to changethe into hers. "Liz has other guests
Vss Mary Brantlev. daughter I years may be approved for your nrecious: son. I tell her Dodo and subject tactfully. "It is most I and so 1 begged off-until later,
nf Mr. and Mrs. B. E Brantley, I I I son if his disability is such that I never pretended to be in love. I becoming is it not Lucien?" anvway. Does that please you?"

_" and Jack lleavtner of Linl.ertoi, {"no course of training which does am delighted! she has found someone Hildred managed to murmur an I It pleased her so much that per-
I four will she cares for. And I admire appropriate thanks. But she still haps her response was more
N. C, were married last nittht not exceed: years rE'sto'e -
I I if hr: spunk in handling it the w y was uncomfortable She could not I ardent than it should have been.
him to employability, or
the "
}L parsonage of the First she did .
'. his help wondering at the Countesscomplete "I'm glad, Lucien. terribly glad-
Baptist Church. circumstances beyond control "I expect he is a fine physical change of manner toward I'd much rather dine ju..t with
... i necessitate the extension beyond STjjeimcn," Lucien chuckled herself Lucien" mother had )'OU.** Her blue eyes smiled up

1Wl.ry Crusoe, who had been I I the prescribed four year period- "Dodo is rather given to athletics become more friendly than at that into his.

visiting in Miami returned yes- I I I No course in excess of four years you know. And every girl falls forjruivn. first meeting but now she seemedto lie caught her arm, pulling her
{tt'-'day': may be authorized except.ith rather than brain. As for have taken Mildred to her toward him then almost za
i the approval of the Administrator. .he Lan:",- millions I also expect' bosom as Mam-t- might have expressed abruptly let it go to make her a
I I I . :I>.:0 and her instructor will manage It. 1-iw, courtly bow, offering her huown
Miss Mary Felton and Leo without them. I have he. d. I A S soon as she gracefully routd.r1..lhldrcd arm instead.
tliafkinswere married in the I I Q: If I decide to give up th? Iia.en't you Hildred. that people' asked to be excused Again she was left with the impression -
First Methodist Church on course of training 1In taking i can survive on love alone" explaining that she was anxiousto that he had controlled

Thursday. afternoon !,i under the G-I Bl'll do I have to ., "Xonsen.-eV: The Countess sniffed get home now that she knew his actions and emotions delib

; -- I notify Veterans Administration elegantly. But she seamed in Jimmy was all light. Her mother erately. Why was she always:

:hTpday The Citizen says in an i iI of my action? jotter humor no doubt because still was not well. thinking that Lucien was going tc

I edjtprial paragraph: A: You should not quit yourcourse < Lu-cn: wa.in such high spirits. The C'unwas all com grab her to crush her against
1 II I of education or training "That is a till .cv. It duos notork miseration. "Lucien has told me !hint?
"A really wisp man keeps on 'T1o..r-o- mother. Soaic- (To be '
.:i ln, world. You will about vour poor I
I good terms with his wife, his.j, without notifying or obtaining !
nseient-e and his stomach approval of the VA regional office -

I' necessary handMng:so that your if claim.you have This not is 'intJ ry1J2 j1z6JUUy

'I f be : exhausted your entitlement you
( Weather may qualify tor fuithtrr training rt.t. r.ULSuI'lI '

Q: 1\ta> a vetrrjin receive full

subsistence payments from \V-

K FORECAST t"HU14 Adm.inUtiation if he

.. (' and Vicinity: Parttcl4tady works while attending school under WE'RE WISE

t the G-I Bill
with not much temix:ru-

1/ tflG change today, tonight onO A: lie may work part-time or 1 Fy. .
I I$4'ln I
full-tun ..U.tlU haw his fuU f
Gentle to
y moderate ,a- I
subsistence allowance, provided
rvgble winds mostly easterly I
hg is pursuing full time trainingand
-f lorida: Partly cloudy with I k'WEDDINGS
f that the wage he earns for
tittered sfternoos and evening such employment plus his subsistence
.Uwer* and thunderstorms thru :
allowance while attend-
'i Little change in
4lurday ing school doe; not total neon- I
:ature.dacltsogville: I
ift teW-j thl1S17 'a month if he has no
; Thru the I
dependent dependents or S20Q Why whtn buy her diamond
6ueu Iron
Strait* IE t Gulf pf ?
Qentle t
variable winds mostly easterly ; My father is supluling a they're get the satisfaction that comes
would like to !
large family and I .
over southern portions and westerly with knowing that hove the best
knuw if I can claim him as a dependent managed their own affair ,""..elrUnys yew i
over northern portions today while in training under your money can buy. W. suggest you
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tonight and Saturday Partly j the G-I Bill? I drop in and let us advise you. Well

cloudy weather with widely i A: Dependenrv will be held to Are Boys explain the difference in diamond :
showers and thunder-
ftorms. j: exist if your father dues not have I and PROVE how you con get BETTER

income sufficient to provide I value here
J"Jacksonville to Apalachicola: j: an OKLAHOMA CITY. OklaI .-
reasonable maintenance for himself
T o small craft or storm warn- I Boys still will be boys the Itlt:;.1
end members of his family
1(153 have been issued.deport. i Boys still will be boys, the local
under legal or members of
I >". ice found.Within a few hours
: ; his family otherwise dependent $39957diamond
the oficers received the following
by reason ot mental 01 physical
iKy West Fla., June 18 1948 I | icinpiainU: One boy was throw-
(Observation taken at City Office -, i i ing fire-crackers into the lion

I.- 8:30 A.M.. EST) i den at the zoo: a youthful gang wedding band
of air-riflemen had shot out most
'< T tnr> rature
Highest yesterday 87 'tete V t $qY.t cf the windows in a new and unoccupied -
: housing devcloptment Buy your diamond et Pollock's
Luwc3t last night 80 ; .
Mean 84 .,0:; and two young, marksman witha where you receive the benefit .
I' clgennationsofexperieDcein II Ill 1111:1: ::
Wurma 82 IN5UBAMCE PCOVlOES real rifle had plugged an aviator OUAUU
in the leg as he circlet h- the diamond market .' no additional ,'-
-L ccst Every diamond fill f l E 8 S
Tytal, last 24 hours T ins "' FOR A SUGHT ExTGA PREMIUM. plane or a landing. sold with our personal V -

Total this month 79 in*. GET UU. INFORMATION: froM Sit Duval Street
Deficiency this month 2.16 ins. i Of evt'ifive dollars spent l>> guarantee

ins. YOUR NEAREST VA OFFICE the average American consunv i "One of West's Oldest
Mal this year 17.57 I Key Jewelers"Overseas
faces this year 5.07 ins. f one dolls goes foi food. : ,
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, k ., S:10 A44. KIDS DON'T HAVE MUCH fUN :

! r 73'; I WHEN THEY HAYS I''

! U Barometer CROSS eyes i!
(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. : Transportation

50.08 ins-IOI8.6 mt -. It'smistaken belief that i

! ** Tomorrow's AlmanacS j jviniise children! oytgrow cross

! 5:38 a.m. t s eyes. Protect your loved I f Company Inc.
4' i-\ one liotn permanent disfigurement. ,
iunset 718 p m :
j e ,.{ Sate Recon
... 0r .
I1. nrise 5:53 p.m + struction Method often
I Fast, Dependable Freight anti Express Service
'l.nti tt 3:53 am j j successful ONE DAY Over 6000 Heated.Ihli I
ill -betW..DlIIAlII -
I FREE eoonuti FUII m' matnin ti.
TIDES !itt Not Pinlil taitltution Wnte- and KEY WESTAlso



Eastern Standard Time) . . .- m . .. v OBeafistti _ _ Between Miami and Key West
< HIp Low I

I .:-13 a.m. l:0a a.m. :

A 9:35 p.m. 2'59 p.m Unto Home SllIy i 1110. : Express Schedule:

(No Stops En Route)
Tire Company
K Reference Station: Key West I SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
111 Time ol| Height of I 11(11.11(13 Dh'sioit Street IMione ,lilt fives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid-

StaUODTid. ;high wate.t night.


Abridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft I IMo lr. : SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight .

Name Key :--l- .\ISER rr.JlZERtutottlollilee -: and arrives at Key West at

feast end) .... +2h 20m 6:00 o'clock A.M.

Hota Chica '< : U I Local Schedule
Sandy Point-Oh 40m ill': i \lIlumub.i.s
( At All Intermediate Points
Oaldes Channel .g' I Stops )
Jnorth end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft Pay Only the rte: NQ i SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock

OQ i 1 Regular \ TRADE.IN 1 A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
ROTE: I Established PriceIMMEDIATE '< REQUIRED I o'clock P. M.

(--Minus sign: Corrections i : DELIVERY LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

.to be subtracted. ; : :: SUNDAYS. ) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and

t (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to arrive at Key West at 5:00 o'clock
be (:ml e' In cued See These (: added. P. M.
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h i
( )Hour., ; .

(m)-Minute i iI i AITO: I\HTSami ACCISSORIES: : .j{

I . ')&1\ ton TIKES ami 1'1'ims O Kxide 1'.1'1'1'EI.11ii i
! a Andrew OIt.11)iOW, Cabinet and Table Model* .1
Jackson was nomin- OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton k Francis SU.
Jfled by the first national t't j. APEX'aJolll"r and Vacuum Cleaners -1 PHONES: 32 AND SJFRl11AY..iL'NE

I invention held in the United: I IS ELECTRIC Fan and IITIIEWart"s: : : .

t 'fl in 1832. { . . . . . . . . . . . .

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. .... "t. . . II . !la i. . . . . aaa MISCELLANEOUS ? \ Jr'1I.1. YOU S.UILE9' .
Flying Cowboy :

CLASSIFIED ADS Washers irons, vacuums and'I CORNELL. 111.-When ten head I The Talkie Star

.' fans repaired. O'Briai-f Phone
I164-M. junl-tf of cattle became missing on Fred :
Greman's farm a general searchwas To Ills Lo\'($ }

made. In the meantime
16' x 48' Govt. Barracks. Deliver-
Information for the Advertisers ed in sections. Double (floor, in- :; Greeman's son rented an airplaneand I "Ah. I hall sing I* yo .i;

BATES FOR Riri.An ..< PAT1U\T sulated roof. Pine sidewalls cov-1 flew over the area spottingthe love ..
BLACKFACR TYPKAdvertisements Payment for classified advertisement cattle about three miles from Iknl'athour
e lialmhy
tn tntartaMy in advance, hut Bred with roofing paper, win- : :
under this head regular advertisers with ledger ae- dows and doors F.O.B. cars or the Grcenman farm. I My song shall lx Ofct 9 4
will be 4nerte In The Citizen at /unls may nave their advertise Delivered And moonlight stafs '
trucks Camp Shelby $393. ao4III
.. .. i WANTED
the rate of Zr a w r<] f p earn Invents rhareed.PI
...rl."". hut the minimum charge f..r niM-ATIO\'III.IMC to lot you unload $560. MALE OR FEMALE l I sine how to rx? Li your -
the first 1. word or lent I* 3)c. Tn Insure publiation c..f\y .nest Erected $710. National Sales' !I I'd cross a hundred jim
The rate for Markfarr tree In 3e a be in The Citizen office before. IIoVIork 1391.1 somebody clad
word ao.l the minimum charge for In the morning of the day Inc., H-487C. P.O. Box Live-wire sales man or woman.f course will
the first. Ii words is 4ic.; wf publication. Tampa. Fla., manufacturers of I" See Evans 509 Southard St. ft But ill."go through' tfte--
New Pre-Fabs. Alllsizes. | junl5tfREFRIGERATION dons) .

: . jUn4-7t -
A11drerttinK 1* accepted under the following con.lltl.ns: In Hie !
rent Of error in advertising, transient or .......r..t. Th. Citizen will be Chile is slightly lager .ffc..
responsible only Cur The first insertion In riaulrtal .t.. .r..I.c. and In Floor sanding done by experts. I Texas in area. *
Display Cdversisisg f..r'only the actual amount ot apace occupied by the Free estimates given. Phone Holbrook Refrigeration Service I. t' {
part of the advertisement where the error ocrurn.HELP
163 or call at 701 Caroline St domestic and commercial. Work
:. I a . .'... . . . . a. . . . 1 jun5tfCaroline guaranteed free estimate on I WANTED ,-

.; WANTED;MALE | FOR SALE I repair. Call 724W. junl66txFOR i i REAL ESTATE TO SELL

Shop. 223 Ann Street i jMaeArthur Village powi1.all
GOOD PAY WHILE YOU Bungalow small will remain open through June|: RENT-BUNGALOWS : Key West Stock Island AM.
LEARN A SKILL.OR TRADE j store buildingand with increasing. tock of new.' I where on the Island 3
High School Graduates. .choose grove on four nice inexpensive cottons for slipcovers Two-bedroom bungalow electric LIST YOUR PROPERTY i
lots size 50' 120' in
x each
your future now Here's an offer | good and draperies. From 10 to: kitchen tile bath. screened I or BUSINESS NOW
section. This
for good pay. .valuable ex- can be-bought on 5 daily. except Thursday and!I porch. $125 per month. Paul's
perience. .an assured future! easy terms. Johnson & John- Saturday afternoons. j 1 Tire Shop. jun5-5t i j HIED J. niox'1
The VS. : son. Phone 372. junl-tf "'
Army's. Technical jun37tSTORAGEI I REALTOR, \
School Plan will Start you off EMPLOYMENT WANTED "
in the trade you choose. .and 500 sheets 8'/i x 11. white newsprint I WALTER HEKBE,:

you can qualify before you enlist -!; ,25c. Artman Press Citizen Baby sitter. High School girl good I ASSOCIATE tV
It's a real chance to get; Building, Phone 51. Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture I reference. Phone 1427-R. Office 524 Southard St!Pbe a:li
jun 17-151 or commercial phone 798. -2tx I
ahead for high school graduates. Junl
.. ._ ._ t" '
between 17 and 34. Get the I junl-tf 1 --- - -- -- ---- : };
Wrapping of I _-- -- ...I. _
paper various sizes.
full facts from your nearest U.si i
Army & U.S. Air "Force Re-]: Artman Press, Phone 51. I FOR SALE-USED CARS !

cruiting Office at 25 N.E. 3rd, jun4-7t F
1940 Ford tudor de luxe, excellent -]j
Street Miami. Choose the
;: school you want, now! j I White outside paint, white jcnatmcl. mechanjcally, -good paint I f fTO
$2.75 per gal. 5'; DJJ.T. radio extra spare tires. $650 : .
/ v
:.', t ..1-jun14-6t1 I. Fly-go 29c per,qt. Doherty&: catfli. Phone' 790 Extension
v i 'Dishttiishcr' wanted?Telephone'' Co. 846 Olivia, <.,r. Packer 8217. jun6-3tx i
Weaver. 9292. jun7-2t Phone 1597. junl4-tf !
e Ford coupe. Very good buy. REPRESENT THE NATIONALLY.FAMOWJ'

a e? HELP WAHTED. -TEMALE I Rocky Road Bar. Reason -for ..Tires and mot r.excellE'nt. Price:
l'i selling illness. Inquire White! $250. 632 William Street
: '. a tbJ*"you enjoy having money? I Inn Bar. junl5-6tx jun7-3tx GIBSON TRACTORS,

.a _. Then you will enjoy fully the
:: Lot 48x50. corner of Duval and For Sale-1936 Buick in good "
money you can as a part-
time Louisa Streets. Good locationfor condition. for $300. Inquire at

Avon.RepreSt'ntativr'1 a home or business. Two: Overseas Transportation Co.jun173tx. Protected territories now OTO&:
good blocks from city bathing beach., able for qualified dealer
pay. Price, $2500.00. Call 25. 11937 Chevrolet pick-up tOlck.I wishing to handle GDJSOX
Stating address to District Man-1 -T Tractors. The GIBSON Liafc,
$125.00. 1219 Simonton St.junl I
P.O. Box West Palm .
ager. 1101 I 7-3tx : composed of tractors wr
:Beach, Florida. jun14-12t! ratings from 6 h.p. and 14 K y
House trailer and baby carriage ere available in qu.inity. wiA
'FOR RENT-APARTMENTS !I I Mastic Trailer Park, 638 United 1941 Pontiac 8-Torpcdoe sedan. 4- 25 h.p. and 45 a.p. SDita to
I j I i Street jun6-3tx door. Excellent condition. Can follow this Foil. .1

i i be seen at 161-A Poinciana ,Jt
Furnished apartment. 3 rooms j I
and bath. Maid and janitorservice I! 7-ft Philco refrigerator used Project jun8-3tx WRITE: WUoy Sharp. Sales Manager
linens and utilities only three weeks. Price new CLARK FARM EQUIPMENT. INC11 /.
i"I $33 UO. Will sacrifice, $250.00 1946 Nash Ambasador. 4-<1001' "se-
furnished. Summer rates. Coral -
Hotel Apartments opposite cash. 534 Duval Street, Phone dan. Radio, heater. overdrive FLORIDA AVENUE JACKSONVILLE. FLOBIOA r
:I 1043-M. junl6-3t new tire $1550.00.2 Poin
Post Office. jun2-20tx
ciana Placejun183tx
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j s Standard office dl'5k.ery good
-Furnished'2. I.2rooflparjmtnt.. ]i '
y Utilities furnished. $69.00 ;i condition. Reasonable. 1122 I imiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim! l111111IIIlllllulllllllllllllllllllllllllllUHllt

:: "monthly. Couple only. Apply i 1S Simonton Street. junl7-2tx -

: 915 Windsor Lane.. junl-tfj' i
Living room and bedroom furni
t ,
w Furnished apartment, ne\j gas ture. Also table apd 4 chairs.-!
I 36-2 Poinciana. ]
a range electric refrigerator, con. junlT4tx'1Late

;. : t-' tinuous hot water.. . : ".".Monthly.g . -

: Phone-2l juTil'4nfJiifBJbb 1947 CusHmaia 3'MtIl ,
; ... >> t "
.. dstudio apartment fort or. in excellent-condition. $;Z85.

i's h.i'idalt .,Na pets. All e4nven-E Call I1I4-J for Appointment.
ey jun7-3ti
'Vlences. Neat beach. .

1 .. {14 Duval Street jnnl4-tfj '
Duval street location. Equipped
*.Obcdroom hot for soda fountain service Am-* -
7 apartment Watt -
lcr;;'ga !stove electric refrig-|! pie room living quarters in 7UilltllflPlWs

s Crater, $50.00 per month. Phone rear. Leaving town. Phony I ,
1475. j nl5-tf 9150. 222 Duval. junl :-2tx #
3 apartments available at 411 New Majestic wire-recordei radio-

William Street. jun6-12tx phonograph, table model. Call 1
1139W. jun8-6tx

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Two-bedroom furnished apartment ;
one-half block from Hibiscus. stephanotis. cactus rs)- .
beach. $89 month: Inquire lens, sultanas palms. pomrtanas

Citizen Office. junl i-5t poinsettias, geraniums frangi-1
: pan $. nothos.. oleanders crotons ;' ii!

Completely furnished apartment. I other plants 1004 South I Ir ;

1104 Division Street. Phone r ard SU Phone 1049-J.

301-J. No pets nor.children. t t jun 18-25-2ta ,

jun7-3t i
Gas stove, in good condition. $12. -
Furnished second-floor apartment 905 Ache Street In rear.

four rooms find tile bath,I junl8ltxThe ;

all-electric kitchen Adults only.
,1013,Flagler Avenue. 1 U-Driv-'Em Boat Service
; '* .s far junl7-3tx Includes 3 Gibbs power Sea
M Skiffs. 1 commercial fish boat '
1 M/11/ yC
Furnished apartment Apply 1201 33' x 10'. with Chrysler motor
Florida Street. Junl7-2tx 2 row skiffs: one outboardmo. I
tor and numerous articles of
e : All -in .rase.MaA ass
Furnished apartment, adults, no equipment. tip-top con
petS.' Co'hvcnicnces. $50.00. I dition. Priced reasonable.; Garrison -

1206 Florida Street. Phone i i Right. jun8-2tx See them today!

1003-W' ..";\\ jun7-tf "
Old model Easy Spindry Washer .

Two-bedroom furnished apart- II excellent running condition. Stunning Matched Sets of .
ment. Apply 1500 Alberta St. $65. 552-B W. Poinciana.

jun82tUpstairs I jun I3tx ; Art-Carved :
ye Rings
apartment in private I*Furniture for sale. Will rent cot- -
home. Reasonable. Prfvatcloth. : tage to buyer. 311 WhiteheadSt C
Utilities furnished. 508 junl8-3tx I No wonder we're headquarters for all the ring-shopping couple errt

William Street. ? junll -2tx I in town. Wait till you see our collection of famous Art-Caned. ;
liNGS ENLARGED diamond rings and wedding rings-in styles and prices to suit
CIAL. Friday and Saturday
SUNSUITS. $1.00. your taste. :
AND APARTMENTS only. regularly -
rtlCES INClUDE We recommend Art-Carved without
rings reservation. Every
Furnished cottage and apartment NER. 421 Simonton. near Seatc.jun18lt. FEDERAL TAX
Apply 1128 Margaret Street Art-Carved diamond is a new diamond of guaranteed quality :

Phone 846-J. jun5-5tx .. 4 -never before worn. Arf-Ca vec/ diamond rings are mode by i
S-t A S 111 America's oldest and largest ringmaker-ond registered here f tat
Cottage. rear of 1219 Pearl Street. :
Reasonable rent. jun8-2tx i Utility trailer. Factory-built I.-1 the time of purchase. ; ". '
500-pound capacity. All metal. s-i i: s?I(7 .
FOR RENT-ROOMS I Apply 1121 Pearl. Phone 1325-J. The styles shown are only a few of these outstanding bride- *

junI5.16183txLANDSCAPING Sci l: 8129. 23 ond-groom combinations. Come in any time and see our entire

OVERSEAS HOTEL I. i i selection.

917 Fleming Street .
Weekly Rates 1

$3.00 to $10.00 without Bath I WardlovVt; Landscaping: CH.. 4133 BELOVED BY BRIDXS FOR ALMOST A* HUNDRED YEARS _
$12.00 to $15.00 with Bath Avenue E. Phone 748W. I '

junltfFor jun2-lGt

Rent-Clean comfortableroom. i I WANTED TO BUY I I L THE BEACHCOMBER.;

Reasonable. 513 Whitehead Wanted Cut Hair-Will pay 1 to i ;;

opposite Court House.junl4monwedfri3lx. I 5 dollars per ounce. depending ,

I on length color and condition!I v'y. JUcst'sseine'st Jf>nf'lr)' Slnrr !
I of hair. Send full length sam- I t
FOR SALE OR LEASE ple. Lock Box 105; Key West I 614 DuTal Street TELEPHONE 532 Key West Florida
Fla- ju"nlO-9tx
i I.
Liquor license and bar equipmentfor I AUTHORIZED ART-CARVED DEALERwywnfflHflaaa&
lease or.sall' Call 263-J or Wanted To Buy-Portable typewriter -
apply at 1125 Duval Street Phone 1543-M. I

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l&$: -FRIDAY JUNE 18, 1948 THE KEY' WEST Cl1 d. '-* '. t. : .;-'. .:. ..' PAGE F
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rltta jeit.at..; .ervt. t ilw! ltpN
11-.B.Et j s. : WHERE TO BUY IT- tLta ta'dodtitlll I'* 4. ;. nus'7DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU \

M TROPICAL TRADER I vii..- t, -. ..of;_.. .... .,. f
., I' Motor Court : .............................i...... .........i.'V {"a...".-l.II.. ..\;; 'Of ........ .e.... ......................................
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' 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : :" .. .
7.S : 909 : R- !t' Mt : } :. ftr' ...
Sinioittoti St. WE REP rr .
: Ownership Management Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS S UTt T* Fl'vtripjil W L,9EGh' V*'.I. ..I r.e ., '.. ,: :i POOR OLD CRAIG

.oe oi BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty) of Action Toys for the Children We Will CaD F.r.ua'D&tite:x : '..WH1tE.7 TAR ': :
S) c# ; Service Station
Ief e.k e.x .. I. BREAKFAST.Serving . 8 to 11 ; SHOWING SEE OUR of Electrical I Appliances ; { / so Years' Experi.ace Ia'EI etrti1.'Wert'? ...:I 1 ;CLEANERS :i ,.i J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 1114

g, Ik ::. .LUNCHEON..DINNER. 5 11:30 to 2 : .>....................................*.*.eeeeeee .. l.L.Ca/.L 211 Daq.LStreet', ; ,,: '.hatct'u.a.'Jr.-Ph" '... .: Francis and Division Streets
to 8:30 ................. ... . :I '. :
?.. ......eeee.eeeeeet ELECTRIC : ;J2. ? ni DtoVALlSTHEET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories ..::

\\I I J Short The Orders-Sandwiches Best of Steaks : HOME 1 SUNDRY STORE : ..........................TELKPSOHK41....N .....I; ....:1 I"> '5:. ra r BiMOfrroK, . ,STREET. "'': L!....:..Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"............:
m e At All Hours .....................+ ?..... ... ..! ,t:: r ..f.lJijTJftUli"- "a a,. ...L.......................................
: U07 DIVISION coiL :
: Try Our Frozen PRITCHARD 'i a *- riff/I't": in' ':
: Tour Patronage Invited" : : : : RUSSELL'S i 1 RADIATOR SERVICE
a : TROPICAL DRINKS : ..t t 2-flOUn. :SERVICE- ': I
J Open Daily and Sunday : : Ice Cream Medicine : -- FUNERAL : .J '' ....roM'tick.v.f u4 : NOW AVAILABLE:
Proprietary : : 1: .
: :
. 8 A.l\L to Midnight ; DRY GOODS )D.b-n':f!rtie :
.. .. eeeeeeeeee..e*.***..**.. : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies. : : : ':: .1 ,smT.5'.JqJ:}, it ': : .. Rod Cleaning .Repairing and I1mlling
; Toilet Preparations and Articles HOME : : iios OLIVIA.ffmrrr;: "" (bd'YiO IEN" :: : AUTO AND :
.................. .............................. .. .'v. M'. -I-"mnre .': TONY'S
.......... ....... : : : PHONE: f3. .s: ; & : BODY SHOP s
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a dSpecidfurinf .
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: .. : Let Those Serve ; ; .'- '.: f. I ... . : 603 OS GREENE STREET ; t.;,,
I i MUMFORD\ J ?( ;and;;; ROSS Who Serve Best :;:i 5"'V"-""-- ".... .... .. ............................................

GOMEZ : :. --220 DUVAL STREET' WE HAVE NEVER .'inWomeifiaii&- .". .,.,! .-i"eeeeeeeeei .: .ee......................................., I
: : .
: FURNITURE CO. : : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : : BETRAYED A TRUSTs: ?-t 4 : /. ., '! :- : ,. CAROLYNOrerseas BEAUTY '1
: WE NEVER WILL : !i i SIIOPlE : 1
; 720 DUVAL STREET ; Carrier *.-. "w'\< ', jl I: E .ij I I'i
.. i Air-Condiliomng .: : I .' '- PEZ : Hotel 919 Fleming St. I
- : 2 Jm enile Furniture : : Ambulance ServiceTelephone ; : Children', 1 i :,.. ... ..; DONALD BARBER '
: '
I HOUSEHOLD : S for Domestic and Commercial Vs, .: : 548 : -. *-n.i t' -''I.*rr'C'':' ?. '-- .. : '
- : S33 PHONES" W ,: rt i tYje : 1 We Specialize In s i.
I FURNITURE : .. ......... ...... ... ........* f US :; A ) I =f.. .. ,: : : s
t .v. ** ,. i......... : Neyer Sleeps r. . .;r tU11aJUl4.1IU.; :y Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing
r I ; Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ................................. ..... ....... .... r .t: -- 5 : ..
Axminster Broadfelt i .i. ....................... i......... JtsJtb...i.. Fj.4.' : i ,1 : : .S ,lo'orh-one 175f ALL YTPF.Oil' HF..F.'iR CliRTI.
................................... ...'... .,. :'I. .;,- h 'M-J'ti13dii '_: ,- <..................PER.4l\K'\T..........WA'EI e.e..........
1 )i.i.RADIQS I and HOTPOINTS: i : .: .- I. ". :'ft!;'Ulrpctoiial' : "d' 'w ..:. .........................................:
J. A. MYER""S' :.. : : : > ,
I j Appliances Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances r -. /H1',:. v'.,;,\L,y&ridr-/: I: : 'STKLL'S' BEAUTY NOOK Rf : .
\ : f" / 'j' : r- : . Scientific Beauty Culture :
Washing Machines for Imme'diate i DeliveryHOME ; ,
J "Terms LicensedPAINTING ,
Arranged"OPEN }
j ,. ", : in All BranchesThoroughly
; ,.fr
TILL 9:00 P.M : ( -r": 1 : ; : : F -
MON. and SAT. s : APPLIANCE i : Z n UUICe I. .: Experienced i-'f. :
\ : : Contractor 1:!E '": : ; : Operators .
: 60S SIMONTON STHEET oRE'-l1. rp ;' ;ii{ .' .:
fprt <*eeeeeeeee eeeeeeeeei ...................................S...........: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK OOARJUTTTTD 5TIphoa ,'J. r.'r.'" .".-.._.-v.. ,' <" .. .. Soft Water Usd ExdnstrelyPhone L :
:\ ...........................................i eee*r : 9127. 114 Dun StrMt" Jftffane*,tMa1i <.;), .'....: .'lpH..fti3ltt O1urttl4. '. i 637 536 Fleming St. \ / : I'
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: : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE '101S. : FLOOR SAHDI dG. . \. .i :4'r .& : .S Frances Beauty Salon
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i : tor : : Full GARDEN SUPPLY i Guaranteed Work Modern.'Uetlio. ,. ;\- HlR '... 1010 GRINNELL STREET :
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Z FLORIDA EAST : Courteous Service and Delivery : J. DOUGLAS TlJ XQB: : ,1,,.:t.." .. trbt. .3_ s. Treatments :
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: S bldgs.. house- by INSURING-wtth . : TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or ,VCR a O'C"' J -;.-. G;
': I': FLEMING" STREET : : MARL HAULED.KM for_4 YJJtDS. Jv'.1t, "j! .... :. b-, ;>< J'.1: .: CA YO HUESO BEAUTY SALON .
Atlantic Mutual (
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: : US : 'i>> Tinting
. DUVAL STREET :- J : : e: v t ural Hair .
I a GOLF COURSE :r 822 Fleming St. R.M.Dint.L.Prop. 'Phone- 'IOISCusliman :. : Open Daily and Sunday, .;- .., r <, };; .I : ; t . i :: in Permanent or Finest :.

IT : Motor\ ScootetsSales : : SERVING 5 ".1\1. to-1.A.M. ..,v 4"'f i j: : l.I. a.i;: : :.iLI1 Z. Waves . .

; .' : and Service Immediatr'Delivery : i COMPLETE limners > ... ; t .-t' : il ,. :, t ; Beauty
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: r24..H SERVICE : fit RENT. 1: INSURANCE I, S. Good Work-Low Prices
: Experience in Walchmak- : FOR SALE I
ing qualifies us to assure Our Customers Must B. : Your Entire House wig, Ii ; : Dally,between 9.30 A.M. and 3.30 {( .
you accuracy and dependability : OFFtCK; : P.M-Appointments axe accepted << .:
Satisfied -I
t.: Whether in repairs.it is the inexpensive : 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 159 INLAID LINOLEUM : i ior It. 524. .SOt>TITARD : :. from public by Senior Students of .j W .
TheSouthernmost .
b : the most seven costly seventeen jewel or : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE, : ASPHALT TILE f;. i aJt STUEETPJ > \Bus Ststloa . l p a.

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: H your watch is not : S TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE; J : o'k' J. i e Beauty Culture /

giving isfaction.you why complete not bring sat. SS DRUM BAR and WestFloor "I." {. '-. --. .=, I IL : 523 Southard Street \ /1 I'J :
it in? Our charges are extremely Key '
S PACKAGE DEPARTMENT f;: \ There are a number available with over 800 hours
reasonable. : STREET PHONE 1112 : :. ox state approved instruction who know the latest :
k' 925 DIVISION : .porter-Allen; i'i'i' .
: DAN VAROLL I + phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
, : -"We Deliver- : Covering Co.: { : under expert supervision of a hcensed teacher of ,
: WATCH and JEWELRY .Beet Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town. .' nhjae beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although S
REPAIRING : of' t y i : appointments are not required it is advisable. ,
: Work Done On Premises : Packaged Good. ; 130 DUVAL STREETFANS$500toS4900 KEY 1thT.: f j i ,,'f. For Appointment
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dlotJum RepairSERVICE Ladies' JIIESSkS.T.a i ; -. Creolly, Reduced : : Installations unit Reprrirs ;
iJ i in South I panda : : WtArrired. . rntT: ,..,MESSES! -'.": :.

;t I. ENRICHED BREAD : .Couch Cot* .J.ij.ns :GnnVlns' *"*. Jlotic leN'T blii CJolhs : '- I ALL WORK GUARANTEED I
III' J 7 This Ad Worth 1.00 : and ApreijU oSiIv4ii. . eHectric Iron :" : :
j Th. Foundation of Today's k In Trade atAl's : "Coaei1.trt nrdA 4ttd tJRr h -* : FREE ESTIMATES ON KEQl(EST:
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CARDS BEAT PHILLIES-; '-1 I kthS; ; Men Shop Wins; ,I LEGALS l UliUlftWWlIII1WIIDUIlI- N.C.C.S.IJ IIBIIIIIl1IlIIIlIIIa.! I India Pushes 'i Year 19M.SoMct Plan Russia runs: present from 1946 fiY to. '

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I!I .\i'I.II.TIOI'OR FIMI St '..t .Assam Road(
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I RED SOX ROUT TRIBE I II ,I.! Adams Dairy Beats SuLRonMEN'S 'I 1Till-; :(MT ate 01-law TUP I'.J3: >" 01"XT* DEFENSE_ FORCES I NEW PELIH,-(A"'i.-Tho 240 ALBURY and SON $J'ie'e""

Jl IM.K. 4IOMIOI- OI > T\ I* PROGRAM I I mile surfaced road to Indid. W. Specialize iA.All PIIO E
i "'r.'Th Ok li.UUll l\ 11(0. :n
Clcw..laaul IA.\' Fourtt'Strag1i It SHOP MAKES 16*, t II 'T& I II. ''mAIIIIIHI/UIADliiIlI'"II1I1I11IIIII11III11II1I1I11I11I/ ! 1(i province e of Assam will be open Kinds of Neoa Signs
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I In r.' ii r; 1 n ( ed sooqi and Lighting
.I .! I .JOHN i. mPKT FRIDAY :I Partition of India rut a\.'a\ :\. 4....im-lh>a \\II. "lfP
' Cauio I'irale*: Pirates Clowns i DAIRY DOWNS' 1... a..I. i ... ...
; ; RUNS .
I ; Leading Softball .. Ml \\'h..m II :Mil. onrrrn: 9:00: A.M. 5:00: PM.-Sewmgj I I: Assam from thc.re of India. e\ Key Stent -
.1.1I S ti-'- hvrt-bt clvm that It.'rirk Machine Typewriter Wnt-|I 1 .f !CEE 5 % nsa "Igi' MOSEY
> i ternjtpry
: : Defeat Ciants;; , 9 n i) i .: : cept for a narrow strip 4 -- -- -
11) ii SUBRON 4. BY 9 TO 't I "" I rilrtl brr final ri..rI < ,
i i Tangle Sunday; :: Teams Cross Bats r .\dituisir.nrs ..f Ie rIaie ..f | tog Room. Showers. I, in the north The road i -
Count Ij'I, ) I I I .I..In i I'ark. ArrvJfnt: hat ,..h..' {I Ih. SATUfDAT [ being laid across this strip A- I
SCORE j jKantor's .iv fill h.r i-l I lion for final .ti- |I 1:00: P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic. I[sam's link with India lay thru
j : : awl lluit ..he will applv l.
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<(elatr j I i l Hialeah ComingI Mep Shop ran aWay: i At Park Tonight tinII. ..noraUIrK.ivmuul' I. l...rilM I II Fishing (sien UD in advance 'what i is now eastern: Parisian E'E'BROADWAY'
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NEW YORK June 18-St. r uniy Jutlicr. f SI..nr..e <"aIY. j I SUNDAY The chief exporting port fnl' A-
I the Naval Hospital: in soft-i MiriiIi "n .h. :Irtl .Iis' f July.IsIs. I
LJUIS Cardinals defeated the.i Two will be played with i(, f..r a 1'I.r..val ..r "in'. anot r..r 1030: AM. 11::to A.M.-Com- I'saras te:- an"' nre> \at- (:.il-
'I games ball at Bay ew Park last night][ TOAit t's will bring to- .. I' White .. h :
game !'finil
  • Philadelphia Phillies 4-1. in the Wicker's field the .. ... '. ... ,
    Sunday at f th .1.1.- wf J >hn i I'a'd. ,
    ; U. S. Sub Base f fboen oil
    the Adams defeated the best Hat
    1C-3, while Dairy gether two dubs so .. .. Club. through foreign '
    only night games played: last "v .1. I l.a..1 n thi Hull .Lay! < f
    night in either league. I first contest at 1:30 p. m. finding the Subron 4 team, 9-4. far in each league "11.-. lOn (2nd: Sunday). I : sill Dntal Street"
    the Pirates and the Clown (V.K HI-K\I: IMK. :I t IXI( P.M. '7 00 P.M.-Fishing
    Both were poorly played I .. .. :
    -j j I
    games _
    Boston Thefirt the .
    Braves took undisputed \ game between \ possession of the National League are in a tie for the league lead, and did not nave-the interest tin < I ark. d_:a_ Elks| and\: ,M'e VX1 should be a I' COMPLETEBASEBALL
    race when, twice coming from each having won two games Last they should have: had In the first i Jamil III.4.jILI5UISOTII I Information services, housing.cIty -I-IALLMARK -

    bt-hind, won from the Chicago Sunday's contest was a tie game I I game, thirteen errors were ntade j* tbrUJer* maps. I i
    Hen'on pitch against Joe : 01' 'VPI.Ii CTSI5Itilt Religious literature library CARDS
    Cube by cores' of 7 to 6 asd a .fOO that the contest on Sunday The Naval hospital boys got i
    to 7> Pittsburgh Pirates grabbeda should be a hum-dinegr I r one hit in the second, a suiglei[ Lewis and this should turn out t. TCS ',)IIIi. |I iephunes. stamps, "'-wrapping and Be Different-Gire DAD A
    to be a real pitcher's battle. *55ma4e lUll S. 1.a.; i, i SCORES
    left Barber mailing packages, railway ex- !
    luff'St! from the New York Manager Paul Albury expectsto by Paulson. to and NTlIiIs III-:I.IIII: tl\X.: Thai \1KIL\M
    MODEL. < r
    the each two for the In the nightcap the eternal ri- : .. ,' I or -ss service, laundry pick- .
    high up-
    Giants 9 to 8. while Cincinnati start Jimmy Register. I and Kelly tut\\ <;" !>" .AUam-i hylilrr hf lax rrtor -
    ,school boy who went to college I winners. vals. Bob's Sport Shop and the : tit.-.i. S... 241.: i'u.4 .he I..t day available to all defense forces IIAMMCRFT: TOOLS"
    I .
    Reds beat the Brooklyn Dodgers . I-;. .. of
    "I June \ IsiS ha f.ied sam.in POPULAR BRANDS
    and made good as a pitcher The I: In The field, E. Sweeting anj VFW will see action : tit, ..Iii.. ... ah4t ha. mad.. ....,.,"...."... I am)1.their families. : :
    53In thefl.4on fans will have a chance to see I: Lastres starred for winners and Buster Roberts will have ta go a tax il<.r .
    the American League the Sji.IriIiieai. .. > tlw 1..iI..ii I Cigars and Cold.
    limit to beat the Vets Has <-iu ian
    him action. Pancho Salmero I Ricks and for the losers. . EXI'Cutivecretarf
    Red Sox dealt the (fading in Murray ': iiss; lr-HriU<- Cleveland Indians their fourth wiU be held in reserve. I Score: R II E. kms and Buck Sawyer two U. : ....une). "C 5Io.r.... $'a'" ..r ......;."" MISS HILDA CASTIUXX IlOi DIVISION ST.

    For the Clowns it is hard to I Hospital I 02 0'100- 3 1 8,:.of F students will be in Bobs I....it: I Secretary Soft Drinks
    straight loss by a score of 8 to 6. i, 9:00 "' ..11. I" X.:;(> /Ml. 1
    Detroit downed the Philadelphia pick a, pitcher, for they have I Kantor's -- 4010 20x-16 S !i''i lineup and this game should be style >l'II. Hit i'INlFItT. '
    was by of real I I'l..\T IMMiK I. I'At.B C*. s'r1i.V. i iI i
    a battle sports I
    Athletics. 5-2 after a Smith, Dean, Roberts Alce and II Martin Henke agnd Shad ; L.I I loUTS.1 2. tc. I*. TVrI Mix sliced) cucumbers withfmtly

    'treak that lasted siX: several others. The man in best I Griffen; E. Svvte1iiga&. : f1elas. -.i.Frank j Tynes may start for the I *... I:. ri. Ln.l .. S4uarr ) JZTbr I cut and . .uElivaDIiD !I !II IS u !I u nIIlifIZlIf'vlqf . III..

    winning condition will be selected i iI i . . '. V, :.... :., i;'Vets; and Harris will be held in I Inst.tn rrrn'rde4 InI ..:. I II onion given pepcr : .
    games Washington at St. Louis. In the contest between the Hta| E. Sweeting two-!reserve. I t.....,,': H--.f..... I add a dash of vugar t arragonvmtgar ,'' ilti' :
    i Home
    \a postponed by rain. '!I I run: and SO.ITsour. el'cuo.5t.1've AY ADDlE, I .
    leah: Red Sox and the Clowns I KeiT'sIcIeb-'les" asn'.wnt"" of the xanl propj j ;
    base flf'i-j
    NATIONAL LEAGUE I hit. ; Opesiug t>/
    wnoVr IhvM .r1Ifkat. i".1 on vjlad with i-old
    FIT .
    I r "t'etr'1'
    I Night Came there should be plenty of action tat, Zimmerman. ;;base pn ba1ls1 1 I TQlLiN.IIISTOnY I! ma' m in,. Dam. ... Micharl I ravalI : mo:it 01 broiled :>>*.n. : II! HERESNEW4! :
    ILILE. Last Sunday the Clowns I off Griffin 4. .off .Swe ting 5, off;" (Know America .Bio** ,'ai.I -nlfloal hll l>. r.. :
    St Louis 460 tied the Miami Giants. The game Martin 6. off Htftke 2; struck wit:1 1II i i i ) j| .I....b *-'l a<..-..rtl;. ; tt. law th. |ftr<.|'-I. a OUTBOARD' WILSON'SSportingGoods;

    I 8 1 went to a full dozen innings'and by Sweeting 4, by' Martin 1 i. by; 1798150 years, 1uo) First orj! < ri) .1..r.lot' ihr.ln will |I..>.-.III SIr.ThftI;; : -
    PnilaJl'Iphia. ,.. ... : :"
    j the historic Alien and Sedition the hlxlirvi l.hl.Io'r at the urthouvr Your Grocer Good : J
    1 Brechot and Wilks Rice Sim- the final count was one all. ItI Henke 1; hits';off Martin 5 for 13runs [ ..... RELIABILITY :
    II .r on Ih. fir t :M'n.Ia\ ill I :
    Bn.<; am) Semmick j I I I i was played in the fast time of I in 2 and. 1-3, innings. off'Gnffen 'I> Lowg-a naturalization. 1 j Ih.montli .>f J.tlx. Mlhich itl STAR BRAND : I .:
    and minutes for 2.3 -. 'I two hours ten 1 for 2runS in 1 and :;.Ih .7;>\ f Jnli 1- .t'I I I-

    RlI.K the 12. frames. I umpires, ViUareal 'sndjGnffen. !t begins.r l'al..1 Ih,. -r.' .1.se..f Juno. 1'1'l AMERICAN I

    j, First Game I I!, II II ; time oi,game, : .1-0. j!f r[ 1815-Battle. B.of Waterl.n.l873Susa Anthony.. orr -I <.If rk of ..ir ias.WTKR<.tut <...tin. :Mnnr...- and CUBAN COFFEETry : AGENCY :

    Boston 7 9 1 <'..unlr. I1 1..ri.liJlllll. A Pound Today-
    rested at Rochester N. Y. for
    I Chicago C 11 1 Recreation I II I In the seeondgame: \\t was: the!i r iIrga \- .II'11-*j.I"I (IIN Wholesale and RetailBOB'SSpolt :..
    City ) voting tp test woman suffrage I
    Voislle anti l Me:.-i; same old: story. The Subron 41 a Now, for the first time 50csnbuv 11 .
    Spahn. I I :
    > fined $100. which fine lu out board motor with it .
    I > i iI an It: at
    Hamn: ;, Chamlxrs. Dulln-nk. was in the lead and lost the game;, J i Till-: < IIM'I IT rnt HT III' Tilt: .. kind of performance and nJiabuil y
    I' Dairy j jI ; never paid. :1,1\: : l':NTH Jl IIM I \p. "lItI'll r. "'
    in one frame wbeq the < you base expected only from fit
    Me and Schtffing
    1 :> I boys scored 6 runs and won'the:; 191Q-president\ \ Wilson! calUJ, IN %NII, .'unI.no.. ..: (ol >T5.'TSTI motor CarL Scott-Alwater nr194d : I

    ;I tout the militia for .;irvicc (.n the, : 0I IIAIIIIIt.IS . Let I IP motors give you one-pull star -
    I Second. Game ball game j[ Mexican border. ._< lltNl_ I-:lit Us Help You ing every(time Milanhourtrollinip :
    R H E.Boston ; i I With two on and the s ore 7 to-. . - 4 N 1-It: IU . I q e I \ t tisiivii.I.I.tsIi' ( \:. .M
    . 3 12 3 SOFTBALL 6, Griffin hit one of left 'and the ,; 1926-Opening of the Interna, lainliff depending on moods Eother-(n- tnl\ Denier
    Chicaeo 7 12I ; : Bayrtew Park. Night I ball got away and. he scored behind -.tional Eucharistic Congress in v'. II\OI I: "4TION i Plan Your Floor t ( all-weather! optiation' : :_
    11.\nit: .-P.\Sf'._ ; :
    and i Chicago. -; \vii.l1.tstiux ui hey; If elin.iiiiM .
    Bukfird Barrett. Hogue Voi: TONIGIIT- the other two runners tf.ni.nt. : One dcroonelr:a-

    relic and Masi; SthmitDolierni* gave the club. !: marfcjn. of two]r 1936-The U. S. Supreme Court 01(111-11 OI- I.IIII.II"'IUTO' -'; Frpe Estimate* Given p -5-- lion- will conviiu:0 _ _ .
    First Game-Elks Club VX thatherestt
    vs. ;: invalidates the Guffey Coal Control you
    I ( "" f.It-c.nu\gh.! I 1 Flyers. runs to win. "* \ Act t M-' ri.- Iranoexilliamoon | Asphalt TIle a motor for yea at t : ; for .
    I At bat, Malgrat and Abston;. '. Sir*.. Man smrlini, ; Rubber Tile price you can a;
    R. H E.! Second Game-VFW v Bob'sSport each hit three safely :for thei, 1941-Great project bring!! \. I:' .llarlMHMaiiM- { Cork Tile 1 lord.Sec it not*' 11.- SPORTS"% :.!!I
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    Shop. Los V. ar h.r.lsr.qnr.'l fo anjwir
    Pittsburgh !9 12 0 losers. F. Mathews, E Mathews {I' Angeles water from almost: t |.. ihf latl ..f 4.om..l..int f.-r
    New Yoik .. 8 10 0''. MONDAY- and Bremmer each hit two safe-' 400 miles away f'Ompldtod. '.'r.-". n ih...SI..b-a, I-jn .. ..nlh Plastic: Wall Tile
    'I I' 19-12-German G.en Rommel .. ITlh . 'ItH. 1' :
    Lombardi. Singleton. Iligbe l lFitgerald First Game-VFWf vs. Sub- b. oth.rmnw II.. illnatH th.rin I eBl'oadfeltseCapeUo Fishinglackle :
    : Jansen. Jones I Ron 4. In the field. Calero Malgratland !i takes Tobruk and some 25000Jj ) "1'1) !>. lakrn :as rnr s...l.ThU l. Wool Rug [SCO4 L

    funp.aat and Wistrum an"I' Second Game-:-Kantcr's Men's Sands for the winners and F.j i j I British. ...l>r I.. 1",. ioI.Il-.i.-.1| nnnt Acoustic CeilingsHardwood : .
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    5.5,5 for four .null kin Tennis
    "tun.i I Shop VB. VX-1.. Mathews, Downen and BfemmerJ:'t 19-i4-United States and Jap.1] The J.::..\ \\e r t '.ilizen!: *:a w n.m--- :. I 4 Flooring ( Atwater Racquetsrtestnnginq i

    TUESDAY- were best for losers fleet battle in the Pacific Amcr j |>a|>cr pul.lub...l IH K.,. %Vj.i. t' ..r. Formica fcr Sinks. With Gut .

    R. H E. Score R. ft. E.. iran f rce-., in Normandy cut: off!I till .
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    i I First Game-Adams Dairy vs Itn and Nrrtl tttiI'lh i 1.,,' Tables Ii". or Nylon ije
    Cincinnati 571Bttoklyn Bob's Sport Shop. Adams 102 060-9 f 13. 1 I' Cherbourg J..f J.....-. :\-1. 1.4x. Sanding and .
    390! I I SubRon 4 122 201 -S 10 4 1945-Lieut. Gen. Simon l3.t I (!sl.t; I... ,
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    Second Game Elks Club .
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    1. Fux and Lamanno; Ilattcn,II Naval Hospital. Gnffen. Villareal kntt) Sandsr Buckner, Jr.. killed by Jap fire. Ivrk P. k;;;t'4>f Sawyer the flrrntt. CnnrtMnar ; Scett-Atwottr 1-12 Staa&rd Steg i! Guns srd Ammunition ; :

    t l Pali<'3. Ramsdell and H idges. THURSDAYFirst I II ONeiU Bremmer and Temple I on Okinawa. >.. 4'ouuty: I-'I..rida. tcp 3.I.. (O.I.C C rtJ.< ** 4,008 r:..i Sun Hats and Classesp. 'i
    Two-base h ts. Abton, MaP-j I I 194G-Russia vetoes U.N's: re S t.'il. -I..r",1I"", r. :-;;.,.. y..r. ITflOL.CPi9s ASSassIn Ko.f 1W.. I JO alt* mtlolBOB'S
    Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs. :' r. .,,.,...,, mireS. ..
    r AMERICAN LEAGUER grat; stolen bases; none:'bases on port on Franco tiiI'S.tS S. C.sRo f. . .. ". t; ,. .
    I SubRon. _., :.
    ; 1947 ;: Greek Government 4ol Kjlrtr for the Plaintiff ; ccms : She
    II EBosttn Second Game-VX-l vs. Naval balk: off ONeil Ufaff.Bremnicr,,, refon'n J'UlI'j..1 *-'. u..: .1 Sport ) Ask For Our Easy .t.I. .
    810 11 Hospital. I 4. off Griffen 4; struck out: by promises program of rehabilitation flooring Contractor Payment Plan On ...

    Cleveland C 10 3 FRIDAY- I O'Neil 1, by Bremmer 4, by Gnf-:,,I : . for UJS. aid. 'UTIC'C %%TIH: '.. S SIR '925 WHITE STREET I 706 White StreetTELEPHONE
    I Calchtntse. Johnson and Teb-; fen 4; earned runs: SubRon 7.I I PHONE 1599 a 1134 Outboard Motors
    Firet Game VFW vs. Adams '' ORDINANCE NO. 209.COMMISSION. IS TiiIS 1I1t'IIT 44)1 "T UITlli-:
    : bests; BUik: Gi-omek. Chriotopher Dairy. Adams 3; time of game-1.20{ :scor-1!,Im- :1.1\: : I-NTH Jllll .l\l Ii ill I IT . . . .. . .11 U M u . . . U 5I ..
    I j ) r. KUunan and Tipton. pires: Griffen and ViUareal.: SERIES 01-' TilE 5ISTIUI II.OH I If\. INI > 1--- -.--- ,.'-
    Second Game-Elks Club vs. ., ) Kill tlONIIOI- 01 Sit IN
    I er: Aguilar; double play: F. ; AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ) I.IIS.IIIS' I t" .

    I R.1I.L Kantor's Men's Shop. thews to Mason.Wlzat' ORDINANCE NO. 380. COUNCIL '.. ..111' -" ::. ". 1'
    I 5 10 1 JUNE 28Fir5t 1I,1at'l '..\ '' n"\I. ":ST \T.-: .\N1iMI >
    I Pr\i\tJ'lphia\ I SERIES. OF TilE ORDINANCES!I i '.\'Ell.XT. rVMPXNY

    :, Uctnut 262 Game VX-1 VS. Kantor"Mens I lllllllllllunIlUIiUlIIIIIUII OF THE CITY OF KEY WEST I.a F'IOrida! ....rx>r-....li..n. I
    Schib and Rosar: Trout and Shop FLORIDA AS AMENDED BY 11,innff. l-Olfl-f'I.01'II:
    l Second Game-Adam, Dairv I & Doingat ; \ Swift ADDING THERTO A SECTION TII'M\s It \imillON if
    :: __.____. vs. SubRon 4. tM 4 NUMBERED "6" PROVIDING'FOR I liMntr i hi' unkn..wni. ...... II
    .1 anil if ....ad. his unknown ... .- ,
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    ARMED SERVICES I-jo a.I. 'I .1. ": ,
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    First Game-Naval
    Hospital vs. -!
    :; A NEW RESIDENT DISTRICT I..f..n..a.
    How Stand : ..... ,>.tI
    Tbeynorlda.lntunatlonal Elks Club. Y.M.CA. Notice Ix beret i' ri"en that r
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    Second Game-Bob"s Sport Jackson S ;ar.. rWhiteb.ad Bl( )' DISTRICT": AND PRO- ..r....I'auran.I l sale h..rl..f..r.' ...nI..r..1 PI

    : JUL.Y Shop 1-vs. VFW. I I j an4 Soulaq4tr.tanUUuWWM9t1llftlIUlUIm :' VIDING WHEN ORDINANCE I, l's 1.1 In tht ll."t..r piat. ..I."h.4.h..n..r.... ca-. -I". I. I

    \ \ mUHhlftlHflfl8I.' GOES INTO EFFECT. p..i..i.-ii 1.5 I h. ourt in ""al lot .1.--r.-! .
    Baseball League First Game-Kantor's Mem Be it enacted the \\.11 .Ifcr f..rair and ,...-II a? |.ul'-
    by City
    Shop vs. Naval Hospital. I Fatal com-I Ik "u'U..n f..r rah t.. the hitht !
    .Club- W L. Pet ? mission of The City of Key I "nd lnl l.hl.lrr at the .'r..ne .I'...r ..f
    Second Game-Bob's Sport I 3;30 P.M.-Bfidg, Pinochle and Florida: Ih.h..nr.H- ,'<>ant.nrt II......r III I
    11na\ 46 23 CC7 Shop vs. Adams Dairy. Movies. f l--y SViirt. SI'.nroe; t........: 'I..rl.I..
    Section 1. That 0.1
    Ordinance .
    43 27 CM \ .1.,linn ihr I. Kal lnarf -,1. .." -
    Tampa JULY Saturday 380 Council Series, of the Oich I| M..n,iat thr :.ih ,la>. ..r ....I\. If-. I .
    St. Piteriburg 37 35: .514 Game-Elks Club v;. . -
    : 1 8:00: P.M.-Movies. nances of The City of Key West *1.- folluKiUfc& tlr-Mnbol pr< |M rlnam : .
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    36 36 .500 l
    lakeland VX-1
    10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on lMl
    be ..
    Florida and
    amended. the
    Muim Bcjih 35 36 .49JMiim Second Game-SubRon 4 %-;. the patio. is amended add- I I "...."t.lh.Irlaln.. 1 l\lng ami troI..-."" in f M.lan.l.n-
    31 39113 VFW Sunday same hereby by F.... unntv. Slat. ..f M..rHla. ,!lr- First in quality andLOWESTPRICED
    ing thereto a 'ection "....11..... f..11....
    a" :
    Ikjch 31 40 431 II
    West "..1m (NOTE-All managers take notice discus
    B:45 A.M.-Java Club C1 which shall read as numbe..1 On the l''Ian..f l Key IVtonI
    Laud nluk 24 41 .339 All will be :: .. ,.
    FLu I : games played sion Group. kn un n \\ '' DO"hl..r" \
    SECTION 6'a ... ,
    scheduled and no changeswill \ nwi .r ;.i.l laia'-.i
    as 11:00 M.-'Go to CHURCH
    : Residence "Bl( )" Districts I ..leljneaIn I..Irnar. /. I'.
    Island City Baseball League be mad ra the schedule.) Parties" ,," i'r.: a" |Kirt ..f Tra..i tln,; LINE
    Sub-Sec. A. Ip Residence B(1)(
    Club- W. L. Pet 3:00 P.M.-Classical Hour selections ; fill. but now la'tI.'r Kn.ivR apart .- ;
    District the following: vfxjuarr vi\ in Tra tto
    SubRon Four 3 0 1.000Ilombtr JUNIOR SOFTBALL I' announced. tions shall apply: n.g\Ia-1 .bh'tcn III. and Is .,......rU..1 lv
    2 2 .&00Adam.1 Park. Afternoonand 9:00: P. M.-Fellowship Hour on meter a..1 1..01,, a. f..I....... 1 .
    > Bayyiew Sub-Sec. B. A building may be i .wit I in its field !
    the Patio. Community Singing .
    Dairy 2 2 .500 Morning ended altered; ai ranged designed -: ..n.m..ino at IS.'orn..r ..fUhtl .
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    Ramblers 0 3 .000 Beatrice Moreno at the h.a : Daily play. Piano. 01 used, and a lot or I es'S runnn g ,......-. *' 'h..
    .. .. tr't "n.. ,
    le utl for \irMnia $ a
    10:00 P" M.-Coffee Hour. premises may any I N..rthra..trrltlir.....ti.... .'..fh't
    !\ Bawliall LeaguesAMERICAN TENNISB of the and '
    Major .G S. O meetings 'Girls'. Service following purposes :... fri; lhnat rutM and. v .
    Park. Afternoonand for no other: in a >...titha*,.-rltirc.. ti<>n
    yview Night Organization), every 2nd a. Any building or use permitted I ":;".'''I". ss:, f ..-. I Ill. = Today when real' value any way you figure it. That's why
    Club W L. Pet and 4th Monday. Inch.Ih.u..-. at rit-M anal*- in m D'_a
    31 17 640 Daily; play I Game Room: Chinese Checkers in the preceding a :..uthm.-M.rl., dirr.li..n .'..r.h' means most to every more people buy Chevrolet*-and more .
    CU\rUnd "
    residence B District.b. snm t-ft I. tVhjt.h.a.iSIrrI.
    Philadelphia, 32 22 .593 chess cards ping-pong, pool, Trailer camps pl'Uvld.dthey I thena, rKht. an :Kv American family Chevrolet continues to people drive Chevrolets-than any other .
    SKATING writing desks, library current In a X..flhw-si-is .I.rIi..nal..n
    New! York 2922 .569 comply with the: thr line ..f \\',, .. .-... .
    offer /owes/ 'line of make of
    Df troit 23 26 .519 Bayricw Park. Night I magazines, various table games I r N'- .Kisi.tv-Iws. ,'1%> f_l. t.'nl the priced passenger car. That's why we believe you, .
    and of
    rules regulations . ..
    etc. .. ..
    26 .490 FRIDAY < 'l in h < s. |.l.i -- vf IM
    Boston 25 1 I Showers, tennis rackets golf the Florida State Board arla..I cars in its field as well as the only lOne too, will agree that CHEVROLET AND .
    24 29 .453 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
    V.ihington I-th-r with all the I.'
    20 29 408 I! clubs, fishing lines cameras of Health I I mentv. hereditament aiM tp n.-- of cars giving BIG-CAR QUALITY AT ONLY CHEVROLET IS FIRST in dollar .
    St. Louts checking service. film service, Sub-Sec. C. In Residence BU{ )"*,I| p.r.-_....r<< thereon.. beloncln -
    Chicago H 32 .304 BASEBALLMunicipal I District the restrictions in re- "-. 1 LOWEST COST! Yes, Chevrolet gives value as it's first in registrations.
    I mailing and wrapping packages, ,
    The aid ... ."Ih with I .
    "r..rty. <; r
    NATIONALClub Stadium. Afternoon ; receiving messages, phone booths gard to total ground floor of 1,I I'all and ..i" .Llr the ............nt.. ;I more value, any way you look at it. <.
    W L. Pet SUNDAY- : stamps, railway express service, building, dt."ptlof front side I h,'r.-
    Ilukton 30 22 .571 1:30-Pirato. vs Clowns ; available to SERVICE PERSON and rear yards shall be the same I II I lh.t-tii.I.. -..ti.",, -i..I-.ngiag.,,.1! tI..r..,.-.In bring s.I.I II' <. SPECIAL EXTRA-LOW

    Pittsburgh 29 22 .s69 3:30-Hialeah Red. Sox v'>. Kev NEt. as found in the rest l'tlOns applicable -I I'll.il Ihix inth d.'". ..r..InnIM*. I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ PRESSURE TIRES*-
    West Clowns. I Davis-Director. to Residence B". \\ii, \ Ml"irha \' I on Wid..Ri.i"ch
    28 23 .5-19 .
    Louis ,
    Sv. .1. S'I.-...1001 II.Icr' I. r\
    Army Barracks. Afternoon Director This ordinance shall I WheM121..1b( prmm elroH
    New; York 27 24 .529 SUNDAYTo i I Gerald Pinter-Program Section 2. I JIITIl.T'.2 ili.l.4Read around} cs.woe( > offers

    26 27 .491BruoWhn go into effect immediately upon
    PhlUiklphia | : yoo'"e fire of tnt tor ,
    23 26 .469 be announced. i Lillian Weaver-Secretary. its passage and adoption and authentication the Classified Ads in The restful ndmg. Remortobl. *
    Doreen Cruz Informationi the of :Citizen.: CHEVROLET '
    Cincinnati 24 30 .444 I by signature new cxfro law pmwre t ires -

    Chicago; 20 33 ..377j i Desk Aide. the presiding officer and tI.) .' *ot give o mvch sof_,

    HometoShrinks! Clerk of the Commhsion and more coofortobl ride.obKxb .

    It is estimated that the average publication thereof one turn in a BOONE PISTOL rood shock mused
    j Softball Leagues ... of lr ; vehicle speed on congested newspaper of general circulation .antlr! : I and yo

    ; Class "A"Cljb HOBART Tasmamq-(AP).-:. city streets is only three miles I published in The City of Key FIRST -Opc row">jna car, o.,moll.<..0......
    i. W. L. Pet Noted Australian-born pianist per hour. West. Florida: ChevrokfwTJ a

    Bol/S; Spoit Shop! 12 1 923 Eileen Joyce finds her birthplace Read and passed on first reading -

    I J ,Vets of Foitign: WaI"S' 5 58fl''today I is p0\ what it used to be. Los Angeles is using a species at a regular meeting htKl The New -- :,

    Adams Djiry 5 8 J85SubKon Miss Jo>ce. jt present touring of minnow, some 900,000 of June 1st 1948. ,

    4 .. 2 12 143 I Australia revisited her hometown I them which gobble\ up mosquito I Read and passed on final reading Target I

    I Class "B" Zeehan .on the west coastof eggs in that cit>'s current war at a regular meeting held Air Pistol I

    ,; Quo- W L. Pet I fallen Tasmania from a She hearty found silver it and had |! on mosquitoes ,June 15th. 1913.LOUIS. CARBO\ELL. I'ricetlTROPICAL" 8395 MULBERG\ CHEVROLET CO.

    Club 9 3 750
    Flkj 7 C .538 lead mining town of 8000 peopleto patch Hundreds pf miners went Attest: Ma'or-Plokm.: at . . .
    Kantor's Men Shop a sleepy hollow of 800 people. I from surrounding settlements to r VICTOR LOWE. :
    VX-1 Flyers 57 417 TRADER : 119-21 Caroline S,. at Telegraph Lane PHONE :377
    I The site of the house where Eileen: see Miss Joyce who played for I I City Clerk. Key' irVf, Floruit
    49 ]
    Naval llospiuJ born 718 Duval St Phone 1000 .
    \va is now only a grassy them on an ancient piano. jWl18.1i-iS j .
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    Local Girl Scouts 'Navy )Wives Club. ] .Cold storage is an aid to insect], As a rule, light-colored honeys" rlllll'IPIG..iITIII..ITII'IllllldATldP.s-.L7.1' :.4T..I1.JJ1 1
    control. Insects that damage dried are mild. The darkest generally .. _
    Entertained For I( Arranging For fruit are dormant at 32 to 40 degrees ., have a strong flavor Flavor in -j I
    L: F.. according to USDA en- : honey ii- not necessarily a test of
    Parents, Friends i iOn I tomoloki- ,. ,
    Benefit qualitxErery
    Bingo ___ !, -
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    &for-0"1of their Friday parents Troop: night 5,ana June nave friends.The a 11,part Girl. ;;hostesses buffet Navy supper Wives to a next benefit Club Thursday 88 bingo will and be In': BIG $25,000.00 CASH PRIZE i i4y i4yIS ,

    to CI lo.t purpose triM.p of office1 this party;, of was thecInmg the 1021 NCCS Duval servicemen's street center at. | TOP CONTEST AWARD t ..

    year Bingo will start at 7:30: pm,. i j t
    Girls for :
    offices "
    running gaveinteresting with an intermission at 9JO for ; tl
    (':campaign 'pt''ht' serving of supper: after which Great Pepsi-Cola Contests Offers Your l
    Aftt everyone had given their :
    I the bingo will be continued
    fpeethos, the eltttutiv. wire hokL til 11.20Ntivy, un- : Family Chance At $25,000.00 Prize 1 : .
    In srrtion 1 (13 and 14 seers I I
    oM 1 routs) Btlly Conam vva-; elected ; .. .
    fhaiTAjn.; Jean Wood recording 1 Wives Club !I Right! Some lucky family is ;-.:; I
    secretary; Elie, Thompson I. Join to collar a cool $.5K10 .. -..
    Corresprruhn4 SecrctaiJarqacline >; Meets In Park ,: Cash' That's the grand payoff \ k
    holler, treasurer i i 40 .. .
    among Family Sweepstakes
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    In section 2 ((10! 11. 12 year old Navy Wives held their weekly \ '; Prizes in Pepsi-Cola's '* : 4
    !grouts' ) Eleanor Cato was elected meeting yesterday at Bayview I I terrific "Treasure Top"Sweepstabs 1
    chairman; Gloria Nunez. Secretory Park. Baby layettes were winked -i and Contests. It _
    and Jacqui-4me Delaney, on and plans for a prenatal could be family--every + r
    clas your
    treasurer were discussed :
    I entry you send in wins you
    After had voted
    everyone Mrs.i
    points for the Family Sweepstakes i
    Sounders told : Seeks
    I parents and DivorcesPetitions I
    Prizes. So enter often
    the RI
    friends of shuts about the i
    girl scout cookies. that will be seeking divorces -get your wholefamily
    sold in o-der to clothe childrenin I were filed yesterday in the officeof started! 51 Cash Prizes each
    Eurcpe Circuit Court Clerk Ross C.1, month in your state plus ,
    Policeman Buster Cerezo gavea Sawyer by Carlos LSmith Monthly: National Prizes! entry get a certificate
    very impressive speech He against Ann Harvey Smith; by Total Cash l'rizes$203/i L.>.00'! I for the family 'irvcrtaiesColleit '
    stressed the importance of safe- Helen C Kimball against Kenneth f I1
    ty precautions while riding bicjcles L Kimball; by Marcus Ve. Here's fun for everybody, . I hJdd"'n i ! :1 ale Williamson against Marie I looking for "1 reasure fops' 'em .wap cm : fe> :
    ,Plans fur the summer programs Fiances Williamson and by Eleanor Pepsi-Cola bottle tops with I get a complete set.CAI.e..hoardbeeumpIte.d.ccwspaaarlL o
    were; also discussed.Refreshment ; Elsie Liston Kemp against I VA i
    e 'T.r wrrTup'
    F; were then serv- Oliver Charles Kemp
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    'J by some ')1 i thi Sister' Scouts i I GET ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STORE
    I I In normal tune, mos of theworld's Bottled by: Pepsi-Ccla Battling Co. of Key West. 1 t t:
    Popcorn vas lu'tiv' ued a* fa. u supplied bvItaly 1 Unuer P x. '
    i I mercury Appointment from! 'pSIC..I i; t' :no.n? :
    hack as 400 A D and Spam ; -

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    LUUISRBELL. : i iI i I I to Peter and Tony Etcnoz. I--- t i J
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    . A civilian teen age club of Key I I TWins Garage pointed to
    ; West young folks by which it is i j the fact that Studebaker engi; 1 MOTOK

    hoped to cut down juvenile delinquency -' following pupils of the necrs devoted special attentionto See 'a now!
    Harris School established
    will be formed here by J' Elementary 3s improved mechanical accessibility
    the Armed Services YMCA under perfect alunolanre records and driving comfort with elt's truly remarkablel! You
    the auspices of the City Rec- for the school year 1947-1948 many pleasing innovations.Cab e : won't believe it until you see it.
    reation Department it was 6B-Mrs Ely, teacher; Judy comfoit ii another of the l It's one motor that does what
    learned today.At Goodman. Jo Ann Mulhns. Rich- impressive! features of the new s.4 : you always thought it would
    all events the Committes ard Salzado; Jog Pineda. Billy '4!ers. one of the foremost item take two motors to do.It carries
    of Management of the Armed Gegelman. I being; an ingenious ventilating I you over the wafer at speeds
    Services YMCA has gone on rec- 5A-Mrs. C Haskins. teacher. system Regaftlcd as a valuableadjunct S that take your breath away
    ord as approving the plan and Fred: Curry, Kenneth Kerr. Freda to this system is the i and it throttles down to perfect
    has directed Les Davis of the Weech. y. exclusive new Studebaker truck crawling mfle-an-hour ti iWeig.It'sthenewMARTINMOTOR.
    YMCA to get in touch with," the 3D-Mrs. Meador, teacher; Andrew f.' '.. 55 irrpn"tsi heater and defroster unit
    ;I members of the City Commissionto Pierce, Richard Kerr. I i Construction of the cab provides -
    . sputter-proof
    seek approval. Johnn Roberts, Orquidia Garcia. COWS ARE LED TO SAFETY in a S100.000 fire sweeping through a barn on a stock farm near the driver with more spac- flood-proof,
    . instant starting. Its
    4A-Mrs. Jones, teacher: Ron- Mass. Firemen left held back the flames 1 for farm worker BeOFFICE sparkling
    I City Commissioner Louis Car- Quincy. ( ) are attempting to long enough than he has ever enjoyed i secret lies in
    bonell!I today said that he had nie Singleton! Jeggy Baker, Ea- to get out livestock. Thirty cows were saved but a horse and :SCO; pigs perished. Much farm I = performance
    suggested the Teen Age Club for gene Bliss Joan Guitz. equipment was destroyed. a es .. a revolutionary new principle
    the YMCA and said he hoped 4B-Mrs Branham teacher; <' . mechanically-controlled
    Sheila Johnson Bobby Mullins ---- ------ ---- -- - --- --- --- - - - ---- Jx valves/
    1 poppet
    that an organization of :young KobertS SUPPLIES" .
    \ people could be formed here to Billy Kemp. Lewis Chancey. Ed- = MARTIN gives you everything
    entertain themselves at the win Nodine, Robert Jenkins Ladies Auxiliary j\ oe { Romagucra; ;' 126 Dural Street Phone 250 .5 ; v : you would ordinarily expect -
    j YMCA i Doris Cates. Novina Betancourt yfsir: ounGREETING in on outboard motor,
    1 .
    I I I 4B-Mrs. Albury, teacher; Otto Of VFW Hostesses TId: I plus highly-important
    "I want of the to group have the handled organization by- Anderson. \;I i Gu To Boys t) Slate CARD exdusive many features

    3A-Mrs. Ripley, teacher: Jo For Benefit IJulueI .
    the officials of the YMCA. but I I I DEPARTMENT '.
    RobertaDella JotUomaguera.. formerly of Thompson-
    also want the City Recreation Ann Johnson Ralph I
    Department to handle such mat- Mae Russell Odelio Val- Ladies auxiliary. Veterans of Daughter to Crusoes |I I I Key Wi-st.! now of Miami. grand- !I
    ters as engaging orchestras to dez. Foreign Wars Post 3911 will be1: A daughter was bu.n y.lf-' 1,: :.i.n ,.t t Mi and !Mi; R G Mend Ed 1011Sfffficjiicry Enterprises 1
    help en I re tain the young pcoftlc! ," ; 3A-Mrs. Stensland. teacher; hostesses to a benefit dance that dip in the Key Westluni: <.:nii /.i' I ioc;c Sitiiontontreet.. will JZ;.
    said L Carbonell today. I i Benny Joe Pierce Barbara Ramirez I will be held next Friday. June 2;') Hospital to Mi., and Mthid.. ; I I i"'p"-eiit" Gf.; >u ch-io'' in Miami\ {
    '. "I believe the Teen alters will , John Stirrup. in the La C-$cha Hotei. Dancing]I Arthur Ciusoc C2a:! William: ., .-itBo\ St.iU. ',.. I Inc held in -Inc.HARDWARE.-
    I lie willing; to cooperate: with the!'I j 2A-M. P. Haskms. teacher; ', will start at 9:00: p. tn, to the! street. The baby wi ,ighi-d! scvinpounds Tiillah ;.-..... nl w .-k r Y: w
    J YMCA and the Recreation Department 1 Leonard Knowles. Joan Albury. II music of the Three Sharps I II 11 ounce 1.-
    t ; and to run their affairs John Elackwell Paul Hudflle- I A floor show will l he given by DIVISION '
    more or.less as: they want to !ston. I I' Betty and Bob Simpson and several Daughter to Watson. THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\' \ at POPULAR PRICES elephone 886 Key WesL Fla. v
    2A-Mrs. Huddleslon, teacher :
    f : ; of their pupils. The master I'
    is in
    Anyway. I feel this a step Mr. and Mrs Iva l DV.II.!-an,
    I the right direction. ] Richard Averrett. Tommy Kn'Jw-1 I of ceremonies will Ix LatvnDodsworth Jr., 5-0-A. Pomcian.1. annoyni-c Located in the Heart ol the City
    r "There are a number of TeenAge : les. Dale Brown I I a MrVil"C111d1l111' the Mi Hi of .
    a daughter! < n J uv RATES WRITE or WIRE
    : Clubs throughout the r..unI I Diane 1A-Jenkins Mi>: Watkins.June Wecch.1A teacher. ; I the Naval Base. I 10 in the Key W(vt f,1-.Iw..1 f : REASONABLE ROOMS 1\ for RESERVATIONS
    believed to have I I Tickets' committee comprises j ji PEARLMAN1SINCORPORATED
    try.-They. ale I Hi--pi t.i I. The n"h: ;: !
    Mrs. Galloway, teacher with BATH TELEPHONE
    ; i; Edna R Johnson. Edna Artlu'r.j and
    cut down on the smart young til eight |"iHtnds.ishl 01"0'- -.,.
    folks who believe it is fun to go Edwin Elwoud, Ida Pierce. i j Daisy K Cuiry, Nell Iljury. Vera i I __ -

    into seeking! ,saloons amusement and other and entertainment places- J,.. Woman9s ClubHani ; C Wood. I I i AJ9J 1 1An >iy T" I Wnl i Ford Pershing liller'lIu"1 "THE STOKE OF QUALITY"

    111'11! SON: I,"(I/LIND(!! ciinn:( I Hold Hold Key West's Largest LADIES'. MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Store
    : Dance. Tit lie I application for a mat: ,ria. i-
    Ata recent meeting of the Committee !, (Continued From Page One) '. ;: 60 NX. 3rd St. 226 N.E.: let An. 229 NE. 1st Awe
    of Management of the ''they had reached a verdirt. hut | license:: was riled ye.stercl.tv in lh" 80 Ilonms 10" Rooms
    YOUR SHOES the Store
    "YV/7A Comdr Carl Johnson.USN. Given Tonight.By ; .. it was not until I''P in. when the I'I.office of County Judge II.,\!II..n"l Elevator Elevator' 80 Rooms BUY at
    operations officer of the 1 R Lord by Issue W Wiitthl.i:: ;n.t Elevator: 1
    judge and court ntUu-hes arrived. S.>!di inn. Heated
    spy West Naval Station. was elected Belly A. Saunders before the verdict became of the U S Navy and l M.nu.icul> Where Assortments Are the Largest
    1 a member of the or"ini7a- The long-K okctl-or evening know I V Kenney. 33 ol on'lb.\:' ,. ;p:.: i iI 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

    I lion to succeed Capt Willard has arrived the night of the The mcnihcrs of the jury w+'re.I I moots p __ __ I II
    I Saunders. USN, who recently Burn Dance to be given by the I (' J. Peat. Lc.-lic Alburv.; Lin- I Swing! Low
    I was detached as commanding officer Key West Junior Woman's Club ton Camus. J M Johnson. John I s
    i of the Key West SubmarineBase. Evciyone will be there dressedin K"'f'rdwin P. RobeiLs. JI. I Street Charmers -
    old clothes, some in overalls. Veral Roberts. J. M. Va reI... Virgil

    4 I pinafores levis and gingham 1I1 JS., Dow F. Thompson, W (II $:;..50I \Y, .
    TODAY'S HIUTHH.Know .\':S dresses A prize will be given for -I Dominguez and Dewey Buckley -
    the best (or worst) outfit; that is.
    t ( America) one prize for a man and one for '. Alternates: John W Roljrrts. DAY
    John M. Franklin president of a woman Eugene R Alhury. Jr
    the United States Lines, born atCorkpyesvillc. All during the evenine. pities \
    i MH 53 years ago. will be given away. How would Subscribe to The Citi ..nimmmmmammw9 ;
    .4 Dr. Alexander Wetmore. secretary you like to take home some '. I
    1 of the Smithsonian Institu groceries? Tha' a promise if you *
    tion. Washington biologist born attend. And the door prize is STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEITRIUMPH 1 M f
    North Freedom Wis, 62 years "out of this world" I'll give youa :
    t hint-it's electric, it's light '
    ago.Jeanette MarDonaH. screen colored, and it keeps you right <>n COFFEE \ -
    'star, born in Philadelphia! 41 your daily schedule. j j MILL 1I
    years aeo. All :you folks from out west j I r I II
    Kay K\' rr. famed hand 1 lendei can really let your hair down. I at I
    j born at Rock yMount. N. C.. 43 dancing to our hill-billy music Grorpra H
    years ago. I And for those of you who, can't !I I ir aeea.ei I IjQ1 I
    I Philin I Rarrv. nlay'wri2ht. born dance the Square Dance and the I,
    in Rochester. N. Y.. 52 yearaeo.. Virginia Reel we have modern |! I
    1 Very Rev. John W. Suter. dean trains of music i i I a ti i Mo- ayes,
    F !
    I ..f Washington Cathedral born in Come on everybody: and relax : ( w I
    I Winchester. Mass.. 58 years ago. In the air-cooled annex of the a. II Many Other Styles in At *'P3; and 8530; () 1
    Prcstiss M. Brown of Detroit Elks: We have large fans all ;: .' LOW WIIITKKDr.lCS: ;: ) (
    onetime U. S. senator and OPA around fog voui comfort: Dancing : 'I 1
    price administrator born St. Ignace. : starts. at nine I JUST RECEIVED!!
    i Mich.. 59 years aeo.; II ON! SALE
    n < Large Shipment of
    James Montgomery Fla? the I
    famed illustrator-artist, born a' MAIHEIS l FOKMOn SATH5V and

    Pelham Manor. N. Y.. 71 years hey ll'rxt'x f._',II!;,,!; S.'itrror Writ Is Rrnilv If i lit All, Kinds. oj MerclinitiUjtrjnr 11UN1/.11 I

    I ago.Mayor David L. Lawrence of! the h:"%(. Ol Till-: I) II -/ iTUEK . Here You .If ill find BRAS DRESSESValues

    Pittsburgh, born in Pittsburgh 51, ,'lilimIl.K"rll/ / ilrmulc Snrli As
    years ago.Rabbi S7.95 to $15.00
    Israel Goldstein of New I SPORT SI-IIRTS---P J\JAl\IAS---SLIPPERS A OM.1
    York, Jewish leadei. born in r '
    Philadelphia, 52 year sago. e ;: $$395 1 I
    r Medical! Test Proved This .

    r Great to Relieve MONTHLY I II = tI ,,' Shir[Is--Inlerwo)veil Socks---Hart, Schaffncr and l .1'IJJ.r5, .l\FJ;: Another I err. Sniprnent I'rvllyRayon of

    : FEMALE PAINS .lII I I you do have If you floors haven't and a furniture boat Marx Suite o()t'i hcinl.Shoc. ftlcGregor\ and Janlzen I I : \ Dresses I t E(

    t Ar you troubled by distress or fa* I to protect. Hot water, acids or 1 It 1 1t I JUST RECEIVED
    Dial functional monthly disturb- I Swim Suils-and[ Olhcr t Fanruis: Brands of 1 Men's Wear I On Suir : ;
    : anres? Does this make you suffer alcohol can't harm it. Made with \\ATh \ .793l
    from pain, feel so nerrvut. weak Bakelite resin.lasts twice as long : ,. tf 1 " " ,
    i: so h1&h..truncauch try Lydia Plnkham's times.Vegetable! Then 1 I Come in today I I tI Ie"aAtION II I as I /J SEE OUR WINDOWS
    to relieve such
    Compound ymp- /
    t toms In a recent medical tnt this : THEN NOW I.
    proved remarkably helpful to wool I (7' I'ttr Iliflirrrrsf: IIOSKHi ;
    ,. : ,
    en troubled tnls way.Any drugstore. -
    l TDIA E. PIHKHA.\t'S CONFOUNDNOTICE ,, fi n\ hi. I r. i". Y m : American College ., ,,II/nidell 7fU1- r
    w S675 >'- I IQUUI ""'" man's collar bore the
    I '$':i-9 7)t- .
    .1' Yes Canvas, Awning give i ...._ j.3 '" Ii I 1 1S220 famous Arrow label. Sale
    J'lf t.
    you a real sense of luxurious ; I
    comfort-a feeling of well. .. .I :I Today, if you buy any s BLOUSES I I !

    1 being that defies sun and I i I f product shirt, tie, ,. : _, ) I
    .If heat.There are so many fabric .. i. Values to $3.35 i
    a* 1 hii i> lo u l\iM* >ou designs to choose from II 1f\ ) : sports shirt underttear -'y \\ j/ v On Salt81 911 I
    thai .*ffr -li\i' huh Fri. in colorful !
    ) woven stripes or I PIERCE BROS. 'W.e.' or collar that bears the \./ at. . JL
    dab.Jiiiit> 18, 19,IU, I un painted stripes, that your /
    : S ::
    .a complete satisfaction is always 1 Arrow label, ;it still; 1 ,*y ./ I U Si.I .h:) $1.90 1
    : 110 longer aMMK-ialrd nilliCecilV
    assured. Call Cor. 5\s.1
    us today. Fleming & Elizabeth
    I Bar, 613 DuvalSlrcel Treat yourself to the best I CLASS:: OF lC: -:; means quality. CLASS OF 1948lEWI For 1/1*. HOYS and (,11/..' . I

    S Key We>i, ..,..., this summer. PHONE 271 ((3)) BUY THE nEST I I.> SHOES I I

    J nor am 1 rcsM>n>elite for NSKY'S 117 ..&;t1111.11: ti" --11 E 1TlIElillliilti'liONlE -- t
    tlebla I contracted after -KEY WEST- ((4 "
    any : : I. \1)\ --UOBI\: noun'
    c llii ilale. VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY I ;>2f. l Ht-' .\L STKKKT TELKIMIOM E: l nr They Cost No More and Wear Longer!! I

    .:r II. SIGURr \. I CALL 123 1042 DUVAL for STREET Estimates FOR "ARROW--:: ICA' SHIRTS GET THE HABIT ol
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