The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00568
 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 25, 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: UF00048666:00568
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country range of, only with 14 an* Fahrenheit average ry For Best 63 Interests Years Devoted of Key to West the




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: Gov. Dewey' Nominated For President, ;

.' Warren, California, In Second Place

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: I. 100 Visitors To QUESTION OFCAAABL9PEC :\( 'll\EF .FUK I91J! \L HACKTHOMAS (:


Attend Kiwanis TO

t Club's Banquet BE DISCUSSED \\ acre'a Hail I .lillIl' \,.unl.1 Nol Nrcrpl' iNuuiiiiatiuii' For

\ I'rcoiilcnt Hut Cluui: :..ril llIi. ;Mitul Al ( u'dlork
.. Forum Tonight In 1-:11..1! >t.
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I r;nfirnrr Tlii.Morning \Villi Ut"1 llrllr-

.* : TOMOKKOWMCIIT ( ( Requests: ( Naval I! (Club. l n;j hey Wrl Ci\; i.. Kourlli 1 ( i t (Of) f JulyA tor-Slr.llltrrd hotel ,

1 Itnltro rlncnt ,\......... '
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; AT n.\l\ftiET I ry f n. Tv ,._...... eves./
Suit To i Iccling mla( '
lion lr June 25-Governor Earl Ft. Warren
11'1.LA CO.VillA: ; 1
of California who had said when, he arrived with
I di...-...,. "'m o( plan.. (..- here that
; aMutable
Aflf-r the Key West<< Kivvain, Boca() (Chica: :, Field City Coinniist-ioiiT Ijoui.Cai states delegation. that were he not nominated for the presidency -
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.ndl wil : romtli of! Julv -lcl
moderatorwhen <
serve t.i c r:< he would
not the
Chili n'H'itb (boiler al the accept domination for the vice
the question. "Shall We Jinn Bill mark a niectma:: in ('d I
Um'itirt in Iwt Concha Hotel t"inonow Tlie Nov) I Vp-trliiienl. has ) presidency. was this morning nctn'uvited for the second placeon
night, the 1'H) visitors IH-TII ike l 1.U.. S. Senator i.egaliie amblmc"; is dbtusscdtonicht Hall M.Hicla.v. .it i. p m. City y t f the Republican ticket for the November election.It .

mid local niomljers aninvited Claude lVp|>er to institute atoner West Civic at n li,p, m by the Key M.narr IJalph U. iKildin:;| ;: announced was explained by Warrens close friends how he had

by the Klks: Club to attend iI a fiiendly condemnation. rvemnt. ASM 1 today come to change his mind. At 4 o'clock this morning. Governor
ciantion in the Elks: Club.It The
mrctma will IMVC the
dance in the Elks
annex snit lo acciiiii-e iira Chi.'idd Dewey. in his rooms in the Bellevue.Stratford telephoned
In aeerpting. the invitation from the for 0OOO.Pepper ,( / was annnouncfvl today that ( of Arthur Sawyer JV.sl ' k
/ $
<< county 1i 1s I I.c Warren and
asked him
to come to the hotel for
the /general ,public is invited to 23 nf the American l.f>ci.'ti end a
I"HJay. hunter Ilaidcn.
> M-ere- rqutsted l (lie Aiit toexpedite
laryt the Kiwanis Club's House the payment of the attend the forum There will lie! of the !Roy Scout organi/ation; .>f conference.
nn admission charge and refreshments Monroe County Warren himself said that he was averse to accepting
inniitlec. said that mils Hum money to the county. In a tc.e-:
100 visitors will come here tomorrow gram tci Ciicuit Court Clerk Ross will be provitled I by The ('ilY's'i.( .. org ii/.ati m<. the nomination and had so informed Dew y. but latter l'ldW..ren

and' will remain in I Key C. Sawyer yesterday Ic|>|>er said: the Key West Kiawnis Club and and the :serral ,public i is invited that he should place his pasty and country above
'Vpo-t through Sunday. .. will I be served by the WOII..n'sClub to attend the incrtms; It is not
It is my belief that V'UVant (
James M MC'allowav. president the Navy to lake action as will members knMi vhat the plans f.*r the : ( filler I'lutlfis tutu! lii/nrmnlion C.viirerning; f'crjM'/ia/i/fe
The affirmative side of the July Fourth celebration willl be
or the lotal Kiwanis Chili, ,
announced -
nuike. the $(;.0.000 available to theciHinly ,I
today that 27 visiting al the cailicst ptissihlrdate. : I question will lie dicu.sscd I by Albert ------- -- --- "" Krnil ill (.'.0./'. .uiicpnliim: ,'l/J'lf"fIr On Papr 7. n:
J Mills. realt'M- RobertDopp l of the Civic Improvement clut !
will fly in here from Davie. Fur The (Iuilk."tVa)' to do thisis E. DEWEY. governor of New York. last night:: was
( a salesman, and flcrtrudc. lnno'lI1"C(1 l today that there will !:
rich tomorrow mil remain his personal inclination. At the end of the
They for the Navy to file friendly L unanimously chosen as the Republican nominee far the 1348 conference.
t brims! Sunday Calloway said condemnation Ia.su.cdeclar- SawyerThe aUei IK :arms oilier qu| -Luce> that j i presidential The Warren afire?d to accept the nomination.
campaign.: vote came on tho third
negative! side of the will be dNucsscd. .
I<.H-al mender h"vt".1/ t I | will l I.e disucs'-ed ballot at the 24th GOP convention in Philadelphia after Tot onojl.
by the n..vI them c'idoration nr a icsolulion l'J
the sights to the visitors with court, after which t j got under afternoon. In not having heard of the Dewey choice. was intent on having
G. ,
I(| Leon Wells. pastor of the First that will he offered calling: : way yesterday accepting the nomina

SundayHarold Marlin. of Fort Lauderdale j,, county Million can of money obtain imlil substantial title Ul 1 I|I Methodist. Church: C. B llarvev.pn for the appointment t fa commiti i. tion. Dewey pledged to work for "freedom of all rllen- every Harold E. Siassen named for the vice presidential nomina-
( engineer with the where. He headed tion. but Kelland abandoned Jlis intention when h* heard
Governor of the Florida ; K..vV..t lee to imer-tiaate: the increasedrwl the Republican ticket in uic 1944 presiJential.!
cleared and suit adjudicated
Kiwanis District will present'1 "In view of above. I have been i> Naval Station and Mrs Malian > fentlv. flemarKlerl l bv the '. race when he was defeated by the late Franklin D. Hor;ev H. that Warren at Governor Dewey solicitation was in line

the charier at the tamiurt txuinnins in touch with the Navy dep ut- i I i,| St"rke. 1 teacher Florida Key.* Ariuedin-t<< C-mnii.s- for the second place on the ticket.

at 7:30: p m to Calloway.Lt ment. ask ins them to immediate- j!i Oil. G. D. Hatfield. president :sion iK\viy\s: ; ui; i11'I: \Ta-: Delegates had to wait ball an hour before Warren wade
his speech of Even after he entered the ,
Governor Sid IMIand.Il ly institute such action.: j ----- ---- -- -- ---- - - - acceptance.; con
WO d..11 preside> at the<< --'------ I: -v .. ..I vention ball. there was further delay of 10 minister whil
i hartrr night banquet and RFnlkersnn be. Mrs. Warren and their three daoghters were pboto-
also rot Hollywood.will .. Injured Marines\ City ConductIngExperiments i graphed.

t deliver the principal address NOMINATION CAME AS COMPLETE SURPRISE

Fulkcrson is editorial Greatly Improved( .'Three times. after his picture had been taken. he was
writer for the official publication _
detained for other poses with Mrs. Warren and the daugh-
of the international Kiwanis " : In
i The two U. S. Marine: injured ters. Finally. he said. "All right boys." and went to the
organisation.: 1
Mrs Eleanor Dowski. well Wednesday ni!h> when a motorcycle 1 s; ,f platform. where he was introduced by Chairman Joe Martin.

known for her French accent on which they 'ercridim; Warren said that the nomination bad come as a complete -

s..nlViii provide entertainment collided. with an automobile at Use Of Gas Oil surprise to him. He stated that he had had no idea

for the local I and visiting: Kiwa- ,,, Division and Margaret street of aspiring for the nomination until this morning at 4

nians.: Miss Fave Bervaldi sonei :- were reported 100"v N" al j i o'clock. when he was called by Governor Dewey and askedto

i ,tress, will sine: and Cmdr Hush: i, Hospital are to be Pfc.much Joseph improved.They W. Slo-. .. %\EY: \\IUST is i\rKKi-: accept the nomination."I .
Brodin will present his interpretation have not yet recovered from the surprise." be said.

Miss of an Beatrice English Moreno cricket will cum.the with left leg.a compound and Pfc. Ralph fractureof F. Athletic Event 11ETIl.: I L\ I'tmto.vl : and sometimes I have 'fleeting thoughts that il may not
game. "
of the be so. He then added:: whimsically. "The first thing 111
has fractures
I Ion eh. who t.
for both Mrs. Dowski and
flay left leg and left arm. l\I JO11&iOT11011- say is that I accept the nomination before the delegates
Miss Bervaldi as well as group Need To Be Cited(
I 1 I have a chance: to change: their minds.-
singing j \S. 1 KMMA: STKKETS: confident that the Republican
Warren said he was
Victor A Lang! vice president !I I John E. Sands
At Meet party will win next November and he was lavish in his
of the Key West Kiwanis Club. t{I Monday( In an effort to dctcrnmn tin
chairman of the II Of praise of Governor Dewey "as a great man and a great
I is banquet i j i\I Z.x Gradual( efficacy of the KeyVcs Gas f leader.-

1 : Juvenile delinquency and what company oil in the maintenance
Arrest Bethel For I Jrr".1li"IlfJ" steps should lie taken to cut and the repairs of slices' in tin Last night Governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York

John Edward Sanos. son ol down on youthful dcpiedations city officials are expei imcntin_: was nominated for the presidency by the Republicans.

Grand 1'Mrs Eloy Blanco 1012 Catherine j: will be dfeucsacd tonight at l& with the u&c ol the oil in \i. ion' itFy.'b. Y Dewey led on the first ballot. increased his lead to *o

( LarcenyKirk |' street Key West. is one of 1500 :: p. in. al a meeting; to I lie held at itrttts great an extent on the second. one after the other of hU:

Bethel was alTe"'tedj ,students at the George Washington ;; the Cactus Terrace Division Petronia strct near Palm avenue opponents withdrew from the race. Senator Taft. Senator

and charged with attempting; to i, University to receive a deprec street. for one block has:: been t--2- Vandcn.bcrg. former Governor Stassen and others. including

commit grand larceny foi allc-I at the held May May commencementexeicise.v 26 in Constitution The discussion is expected to treated with the oil to >e what Governor Warren of California. who had a favorite-son
the Waterfront propoittc>n of it to use in preset v- had
breaking into that
godly : they
D. C the vote announced through representatives
Hall. Washington. develop need of athletic
Cafe in Grinnell street and I received the bachelor '', I ns; the pavement, which is bc- EARL WARREN another governor (California* was .elected: at withdrawn in favor of Dewey. whom all of them promisedto
Mr Sands events and competitions at
inning to 1 break downIf
taking a radio and an amount the Republican national convention tn Philadelphia this morn
of arts degree with a major in : : support to their utmostThen :
i view Park where there vol- the cxcperinicnt
are successful -
of money in excess of $50 accounting I I|I prove ing to be Governor Thomas E. Dewey's running mate in:-he 1948 ; the third and final ballot was taken and the vot
bv ChiefPetiuty Icvball. handlKill. bask t1 II. it is likely other stiect
Bethel arrested **
was | ---- - -- which likewise sbowinesizns presidential campaign.: Dewey was selected: the GOP: presidential : i I was unanimous for Dewey.DiNEGRO .
Wallace are
Sheriff Moreno
tennis and other facilities for
nominee last night at the convention. Gov. Warren wasa
llii.- after the proprie-j of wearing: that will Vt'I'
holding, spoiling. events that the be similarly treated, cork horse presidential p.ospccJ in 1944 and was keynote
likely -
lot of the cafe found the radio : aeconlin I INSTALLED
m a pawn chop- Bethel will toe I Another Friday young; might be interested in >i to City Manager Kalph speaker at the '44 convention which nominated Dewey the first ;,

arraigned before Peace Justice The need for trained men and D S;>aldine.The time as standard-bearer of the Republican party. Warren was

Ira F Albury !..ote this after Ami Another l.a"lin> : i luuh :,{'h.1uutla:. to handle atlij city is ?!'l*> imtctiins. S" niet "favorite sonpr'spect: at this convention. i: AS HEAD OF{ LIONS'

noon. Back CaryinlJl I j I I'tlc'cnt for youngsters: will >f UK struts by using different -
Why Break Your H.O| l II e brought out Some dr. oil.Tlie oil Mirrha.4cd 1 from toe
I Sentenced
a..a.aa. It to the Bank When Its So Much;, mand tie made on the City Gas tHnvm.v| i.i not unifoimSoinr Hoy() ( ( POOR OLD CRAIG .
.a..aa.a. More Fun Spending It at ,{ may is light stiof m'fhlln' i 01 i MUM; : ; l'ICF.IIF1ll.l' ( : : *r
Commission callms! for athletic ;
MOTOR TUNE-UPi i : events: for Kc> West some: l,oy.--. some heavy Tlify are rxi 1111- To Reformatory{ () SKIIMCI: ( : : STVIION: : u.'s.f! -, ith Irfvidnt UINr.I"*. -.\" ie o'
:\ 1'-1: 'I :
9134 1
Phone JOK:
Francis Division
at !
WEAVER'S i il was announced mentms to drtrrminc wl<<:t kind K: Smith. Jr. Fast VKXl'i J( '
Iof |
--- oil' *.... ri Fir on Sir. itrU4rV .
to useJiihnlin dent: LouiCarboncll.. '('' nlMCT
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IMUI Smith Atit Service Jigger! slrcri l ctwo l llryn : A l2-, eai rid i (I...\ w.i, ,coi.nr" I Tt Grease. Spray or \ll'IIKCIATin\. :( : l I1lE1111'ICti ( ,\ TUi) pi(::-I..ntVdham. : M ( .

White at Fleming St. Phone 5 j l/oinr f,1 flip Rigger : -Ads' and'hlt... streets was' nttntly -- I ed to ...&.1 w a lei r m m Mi.\ i.mn LJ Change Your Oil 'iv. third vice president. Mdl.> ."i

Opposite Army Barracks I Palace Tliealer( 1e.UI'r.edIth marl and State Rc<<<>riiiUi: \i\stei'lay l I"Juwn.k ; 1 ("ontmuid On Page Eie.nli
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Gas cuinpany ".1! and i said I
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----- - - huge Frank: <> Rnbtits Albeit 1. DiNerros Jr.. in.tuned
'I\h: : 1\: TilE \"IH..F": wa.> j
to bf n*::artied<< MS all right for'.trccl .. !
S fttr breaking hi.hiiol. Thi President of the Key j jWe
L '
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Gene Autry and Smiley BurnetIC x over Which not much FOR SALE 46 Ford. 4-Door
boys Mifnta h..nut: ttu t Li'-n Club at an itist Ilian j '
triflic ti.iveKAl.4i | : 42 Plymouth. Club Coup 35
NEWS and SHORTS now ?-
() iieloie. the f"lI BRADY'Sfor .? Kiectin"! l la-t night held in J
MASONICNOTICE Tlion.as. Emm.i "n.1n boy ruwt I nut I II 3-Ton Reo Stake Truck. Bargam

DANCE i zeta:: >titTth<< 1 l I brn iiieie'iwith nini .<"'.,.,' lioin" h : ( : i the mi and the city i> exix1nmentiim Deputy Shectl: Wilh.im Ai.h. 'iItitrna.ilied' to "erv alont g !I NAVARRO, Incorporated

:: on tho>etieet..-. .<, ci 1 kit today fur M... anna wittitnt. ., Opposite Bus Station
American Legion Home SHEETROCKat u.-ll buy.E. .1..1. i.araar I. I ... !
The Dramatic Degree Team
STOCK ISLAND ........... .. .....-.--....... Choice PoultrySOFTBONE
from Anchor Lodge No. 182. -at- TWINS GARAGE NOTICE! NOTICE!
G :i
EverySaturday F. & A.M.. wilL at a Call Communication Ll! IllKItHI FOR SALE -t-*r .'.....al- .... ............ltrml.. .r' J RAUL'S CLUB
to be held Saturday Him !..*.! Mrrt rQ

, Night June 28th. 1948. at 8:00 TELEPHONE 816 1912 ([:lie rulct t Fordor( Sedan ROASTERSBATTERYRAISED .hit i RejHiirx. fainting, I WILL BE CLOSEDto
! dOC I I'KK PKKSO.NPRIZES !, o'clock exemplify the M.M. Ilitdy and r'ender Work : the Public:
Degree! in Full Dramatic Form. : 1910 Ford t :

i : All Master Masons in the i TOP LUGGAGE ( ( 5.Passcl1Jcr t'; Coupe FRYERS -, .. : ... .. - ? i t Tonight (Friday, June 25th)

Music by I city are invited to attend. : D- K\TRt; ( l.Kt 1 1It: : i CENTRAL PHARMACY : BUT WILL BE OPENfor
r CARRIERSfor (;l1'.ll.; IF DESIKKII ;
THE THREE SHARPS ;I AUSTIN, HU1SEKTS, Monroe Motors Inc. rrrwrlplt. >.. I .I". '- l.r .... i i. Our Usual
llrrr4 I)
ALL CARS 1214 WKt; Street
: ,.. .... , Saturday Dance i
W.M. I Night
From 9:00 Till 1 :OO i i RoKev Wel 1 Into Parts : 1119 WHITE STREET : ''iiil'T. .r \-r rn.li. .w
I ii : PHONE 540
'Bus SERVICE EVERY HOUR j 121 Duval SL Phone 442 : '}''''r Frirmllv '''(In'.r" : 1 -.... .... l ... I > Boulevard
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WONDERSOFSOIL ........................ !

: "I :. 'tlfe ?Krg Ws&tPublished (!TitiZIU S Radio Programs LEGALS I

Dally,Except.. .. Sunday. by William : writes in The Citizen 'OTI B OF I\TK\T10\ MKR sigNurs4.
I.. I. P. AKTMAV 0. and PablUarr Meyers IPPIirtTIOS FOR K1MI.IMSIHtHf.K .
I.- NORMAN: 0. ARTW.: 8..1_ MagIT .S 5 S 5 S....S S...S........ I
From lbs Cltlien Building about the "Miracle of the Flowers". all of (Probate Law 1l3! :!) 'II"
.r- Corner Green and Ann Strreta 1IlRof RT OF The "Ot-"TY
Only Dally Newspaper tn Key Weal and which i is! true, but the most outstanding;; NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern ji .....:. M"\n..f: <. .> i % i. I
Uonroe, County I I r\Tt: o.- FIWHIIM. i\ rtntBiTI' -
. miracle is' the earth \in which the flowers) Lc4 Tim. F.r central I I :'
second clas matter subtract on* hour for
fc.nt.ered at Key West Florida a. I. the Hsio.te of
subtract two hours. Some Meal stl. 1 ria man-with don't we any reason wfty we
J...ll4'. pxRK.To a sane normal "
:: MEMBER OF TUB A4HOCIITEII! J'REI grew. tons change "o"r of relay te fit. I..............1. CHAPTER 30 [and Ellen to guide hm. not teU her. Hildred
local .
The Aiiaoriated Prens I. exclusively entitled tooc It is the earth that makes it possible .e"edulea. Last "nunts._. ." \\\hom li Mai I..n..rn: spent that Saturday eed.
'or reproduction of all newa dispatches credited gram cha"IIe' cannot M ..... :N.ik--' jh..r..l" .,,h.-.. that IVr- HILDRED with Lucien and 'tT am glad you see It that way. then he smiled at her
to It ..r not btherwlne credited la this paper and (for food which to survive." ni.curl... fil-d her nnjl '. J. She could let out her one
to r.po.rdnjnir.r .1-
man get on could not have spent
n kino the local ncwa publlabed here.KITES. \ ..f h- ..,ijleI i, J-TiTy: She ; I slowly. That. then. was settled ; he caught up her hands an .. FRIDAY JUNE 25 .*. it alone waiting for the wire now. -. them, fiercely, fervently
J hn
Everything comes even l'.rl- .lrcramd. thaIh. i -and it was a solution ;
One Tear _111:8"111..0'___ ._ ._ 110.I Ivonlng ha.; filial li.r |M.ii.'n for final ilivrharire :'1 Randy had promised to send is which Randy also would his lips.
--- though to.lh'e'A"ht alone for to'' Over-
: one and that "b. will the was
were alply
soon a
____ i.H I.OO-News, she was to
'la M'nlb. Report. IS :Mln -nbo it reran
? Three llontban .---- J.USPECIAL. without vegetation there 'would lie X..a.t, Ftrry 3cb. lb.li.n..rahie KaTin.m.l.. .... li. baird.i.uRf ," She must spend it as if she were And this made stranger that was their betrothal kiss.
no .. .. ; Judx 0' )1. .un.y. could Lucien should speak of
N i that
.> Mcr.lh __. =====:: 1.s t vrK ilt-ol Hour-abc-east not waiting-otherwise she understand
eekly _._.._m_._..___....... .Zl meat. Riddle Hour (rrpratabcwrtemwork ) Florida. .n the 5r"...U of July,,, tHI" not hax-c; got through that time at : now. "How about that doctor she ever or
Show :\ $..I..nlI hr.)-mlm-.ast f..r .I.r..1| - HMdt..* Hour "'- A"VtRTI"I"G n'Tt I .often have you thought. about, 01,>..,. ./ .h.ri."'.. ..f John t' faiL .0-- Lucien ? You have found then was Ellen who brought the
:. Mad" Kanwa va AppIkat1ua sport: Music Tim*-nhe I I.. When she and were
what the United Nations Reportcbs$30iean :avni Inif.om' on thK nth diof you did: not love him as much >s3X". But it was not a tele-.
can be extracted: from earth alone Hildred told him that she
J-m. ISIs
.: JfOTICK MrKcnna. Song-<-bs-*..t you thought? You do not mmdyou I Ellen announced that thi,re
All reading .0U,..... card of thanks reaolotlonarf through the medium of Lum and .., Oil nriiMOB I'xitK. : would marry him. putting to :Miss Me-
vegetation! ? You Abncr repeat-cbs- ml .Administratrix ... the ..".tai. ..r !1 'There's something 1 want you will not regret a gentleman see
rerpeet, obituary notices. poems, etc. will be ::4-Spwt! by Three-nbc John '. Park I out of heart-your life forever And before either Hd-
t. dreeeomtjun11
,unfed for at lb. rate of II cents a line. plant a sugar apple seed here, and you extract Lowell Thomas repeat 11)-4N I to do for mt'. she said. ?" d or Lucien could ask who it
Notices for entertainment by 'hurcbes from which it
< You know. without naming ,
.. a revenue I. to be derived are 6 cents a Jlne.Tb. sugar from the earth ; you plant a 1.1IO-5nr..r The Urulah Club Show-nbc-basio-<'b" I I I that I will gladly grant any request I lie had said he did not care Randy stepped into the room.
Citizen I. an open forum and Invite dts News lTIIK I ll.. I IT < 01 HT : _..lrn..f public Uxur ar.d subjects of local 0" lime seed 10 feet away and you get a tart, frulton and Le..is.( 'omm.nt.-abo Jr.-nibs, .:...:. PIsTIl JI lilt I S,. ..IIfI I s-c. i iI" of your, my sweet. He Hildred loved someone ; surprise was so great
general Interest, but it will not publiah anonyraouaic ? %>,!> ri.l< >l""ll ..iiiiuni<-allooa.MEMBER. sour juice you plant a flower seed, and get 7:15--X.Ja, k Snutlt. and and Comment SongcbsIPaiiy -nbo ST\1I.: OK t.-MlHIIIl.l . smile. only human, after all She or find even a woi d of greet.

\ ll '\'. Kli : ., have to be honest wth him And then seeing Randy
eautiful blooms. totnenlary-abe "It's about Jimmy. I am sure I
\ l> -nM> %.. ||.- .-M it gentle knew he here
e..s: mner l'a.e-.ub. she could make as she why was
.a,.tnrm-s, n: \1.1: it-i i I.I.I \M'& .x.ItainIiVf. . have found the best the right
One may maintain that the difference 1:30-\In.; For To..lghtnbc.t..rry possible. "I will put him out he had come himself, in
I had decided to
.... ,. solution. She
VViinh --h "
is in the seed not the earth. That i is true I lx>ne Kancer Dr.ma-a.. en. UI.IU.t: II'1II' make the telling seem to be her my life and heart she said making Henry J. Taylor-nibs U4RII: I-R.txl-cs \\"II.II.-\"S" 1. decision rather than explain that it a vow unto herself. For firm line of his :stern lean

@ 1948 mt the wonder, the miracle is in the earth 7.<;;-Kaltenborn 'omm.nt-ntlo t..f.ndant.CiltI)1ft . Robin had, come to her fi-st-; "You would do that no matter what the resolute set of his fine
: .. : .t' I'l 1I.1t. St IO"
\ew Iulnadam.hoSports might cost her once she : it was in the steadfast re-
with its multiplicity of ingredients Comment TO: know I feel that he should be
and -lubaI
:, ;MarlKran.ri.' \VHIiam-\ i adopted. Lucien legally so that Lucien's wife. She had not of his clear gray eye
:8:>>-l-aul l.ayalle Dana nb
chemical actions to give to each seed the Mr. and Jan Are- .b-" '. Sirs XlarximrlmK his whole future will be the same. that she did not love Randy; ?) thinking without words,
rat Man t'eteetiabeAlways ,.. KHarbor.. >lainTon .- would love him always. and went to bun.
Well -she drew a long gut up
of nourishment it are hereby rennirMl l., '
type requires. A .P-
sugar a Womanmba5:33Cam Still she could not tell into his that
pear to tn. Hill ..I <-,_|>laint for I -1 talked with Robin-you know arms open-
apple seed in itself does not supply the :l>ann: You Thomas Top. ho.-ch.This nbo v.rr... in the aim .. ..........l rmm- .11-1 I how fond he and Ellen are of the Lucien's free, what his to receive her as if they had

; IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY: WEST This is F.U.I. Drama-ab the nib d.i. ,., J..h. .\. H. I boy-and it seems they both had were. But now he d-d come waiting just for that. She

ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN sugar; the sugar is extracted from the Leave It to Cirls-n.II, iCherw inc the ..sIIcgail.mn t..r..ln aready: had that idea-that they to her; he sat down beside her head against his chest;

f>earth in what way man has been unableto I I :S5-Billv Hose I'ommenl-mto. will| h*..taken iil.r I"a puili-ht.4 m.lewe.LThis .....-. a I would like to adopt him." I but he did not.take her two clung to him, as a child might

1:00, To Hennmm..-.d-rhc we-4. r...- fosr .....nn.c.tie.w.kn I "You !believe that would be better in his as he Usually was wont as if he were her strength,
: determine, not only regarding sugar but I Itreak,'.. H* Am.mdhe i* The Ke\ \>-eM ,'lll*..... sac... ; for the boy than for him to do. He did not offer to touch rock as indeed be was in this
More Hotels and the Itaa.-abc
1. Apartments. piper .l>li>he,l in K."t.. Kl>ir- "
p ith though she had lust promised .
other substance that the'earth Gabriel lieatter. Comment-mt. I atay on w me
every |>ro- ida
I 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. :
a::1i-X.. Broadcast-mbs.SO IkMiand .-.....n.J thin ITlfc lay i "I believe so." Her look did not marry him. His dark eyes had know then Hildy'" Hia

3. Airports-Land and Sea. ides. '.; -Lytnan Waltz Time-nbo .4 Jpo. .\. I'. I4e! wan'r.hIn fact 1 believe it so intent look almost that was very gentle very tender

-p. 4. Consolidation of County and The time come when man will The. summer K"vu.....cbsTh (51-al'. ... I' much that well. I am willing to shadow of tragedy. He said him! ; one of his hands stroked
may Sh..rill'aoo I: .. c' Sawyertlrrfi will do best my utmost. lIiJdeed
Lucien if will bent head the other
City Governments. Information I'Ieaeemb.S:5bFiye3jinut. marry you you fair : arm
.I the 't..lt ('osO.Moorn.
5. Auditorium know enough to extract nourishment out Sports-abo1U.IV tnaf 5. .....r...... ilgn.-e-and help make it possible." my" beloved to make her fast tightly against him.

Community of the soil, but at present he has to dependon -Mystery Tbealet-abc edt ......-.......- i;.. s..r.. 1 I. There! She had said it: happy. is no need for me to tell
CTII -.r". Her *
.. Phil Baker Quia "You hat
l!, .li. "U\N Sltl.ciI..r ;: C \Poet .nean
trees and plants to obtain it. Men th* freas-nibs | for fhtPljlntiff. "I give you my word" Hildred turned his look. s . I know . Yet she

And how do flowers get their coloringout 1830-BiH Stern Sports-nbo iii,.ib-.I 5-5 t5lt ; answered. "May. I tell my mother* Lucien not. She knew that her mother

Spike Jones ftctuc-ctle I That is good enough for me," asked permission now d.ad. Bat she could not know

I : 'IONOGRA..n'. of the earth? That question is a poser. Beneko ISand-nits i Luc.en said. He did not come over before always he had issued in its fullest sense of reallty-
18:45-Pro and ('or.lI:00X..s .-nbc >ori' t: To 'PI'Ktlll make
to her she had supposed command. "This will That would have
now as yet. anyway
::; To the Congress, We know, for instance that any color maybe News. Variety I hrs.-nbo. \ Till IK I IT Ol Hf WF TIIKrlKKTM 1 he would. He surprised her even very happy. She knew of ; come more slowly as this

.:- Washington D. C. obtained from soft coal, as well as substance News and Variety Dance Dane Hour-;i abc hrs -<:be II:,. Tilt: : ..1. 'TK JlltMltl.01. t..u.U"< IK%.I ltl .1'1 I more: by adding. "I agree it will that we were" practically that seized her. choking

News. 1>an<:. Band t tn.-R.b \I.'Hut'I" be best for Jimmy. Liz and I -your wearing the brooch emotion, all thought, gradualiv
-_ Gentlemen : ot medicinal and a thousand other 1200-Dancing ContlnudabcwessSaturday I < IItSI t:HIUlTII would ruin him between us. He other night at dinner-but I I away.

It i U not only inconsistent:; hut un- qualities, that the earth aided by the sun ,.. iIlEi5IAl should grow up to be a fine man- I now who has continued our .. 't"I
1.11.1.\ \I.I.X ':" .1't I her Ui know that you are the one I gagemenU' (To be tonilmoed)

:.:: fair that the Government exact a tax and rain, stored in the coal millions of ]t S\II"II.: : tIsmbilvml.LIt .
__ _
Summary 1 \s \\I.ltl.\:> $.\I )I. ... ..1.- --- -- _._-- --- --- _ ___ n -- -- -- - --

: from the manufacturer and again from years an. subtract Eastern Local Tune., Fer central f $I:.-ta,.. >..i\rtmini-iriii.I I\: .. \ll-ii..r.. .fli.I !...- I Key West Aquarium restil' .
one hour for
: ::: the owner-double taxation. If only the two hours.SATURDAY il...jU..P.I'I.It\\. and. PAflJNK >. t Your Horoscope j : yesterday in many fish dv-

-: dividends were taxed, the manufacturer Almost anybody will vote for a candi- I. l'I..lIf.,. t'.lItC'. 001 Ht: IeyVest In. In.h aquarium tanks be-

JUNE 26 "-S .t. ,....t..(.\.t: FRIDAY JUNE 25, 1945-To- of the stoppage in the flew)
-a could reduce the price of his product late who promises }him a good job if elect- W.I.T.: t 'X IIATI.; if
Morning ..,I"t. hi.uskana.. .__no.1. day gives strong passions so'' Days Gone water,,

: ;;- and the buyer would gain. "Consisten ('11. ':OO-The Story <=h p-nbo if .i.hi.ako..wn au.. hi,. ,anl.O..O.h.hr--at-le.n "P"SfIr.an.i trong that much effort will bo

:: cy, thou art a jewel I." hut inconsistency Shoppers SpebulabeV:5Ojjnd > 1.water's rFa---. needed to control them If other AS TAKEN FROM FILES tan O"Sweetiev. who is
Tour Manners-->. I f.dt..roil' .-t; ;;,10.. pain-:,:. of the committee that
: .:. is something else again. HOFFMAN'S ADVICE 10:00-Frank lUrrUvll, Uiam.1-nbo I'I"'M'." I........"'. Sat. 'hr......... aspects favor. there is indication THE CITIZEN OF .
i d-rectin the clean cam)
lied Harber Clubboupe-.js apsbat.i lb.ai4 \\.1. Ii of aerv successful life some accumulation JUNE 25. 1938IIIIIIJInHWWllUUWlUWIIII.IWIIWlII'lI1J ;; up

TIlE ORACLE 19SO-\rrhi. .Andrew* rb-ama-cbs I '..r tan l0-it-ii,'. a.... i.lnoo ,. ....1 of wealth. and con in Key West said today,
. Paul G. AUry fcte T..vlor lalk-,'lo : ... .... ciii,. r .1..1 .... trucks are needed I..
Hoffman now Economic Coperation O ark Valley 'oIks-naL, afi' '#. 'f ail skit-Fable notoriety The fortune more

o) Administrator tells of the 11:00-:Meet the Meeks nbc* i ... ., will be better for females but 1 Public Works AdmlDl on the work eff tlvel.\ .

esteem News: Lets theinlidLs I will do well to exercise } announced today that & : ,
ALrw.tt At Co"'tellu-. In. I'( TIIRtBI' : ... Tltt: STT.: ...- rmn
: WHAT KEEPS MEAT HIGH ? in which he holds
"our political institutions Movi Quiz. .fchow-ui..sII t......1I :....\: treme (caution aOtI l restraint in'> had been allocated) fur Lowe who had bt*<'n

and our econopiic system" but :30 Smllmc Ed iIcC<5t.ntll-nb9 I their dealings with the opposite house proj.....rls in the Key .- an extended, visit to s-ai-sttu;

Junior ML,. l>rania-cbi7ti :'1'.. Wailer Vain Hail ""'. if litiog.bio I district according to an ..' .: of the stale retained--
.; Consumers who compiain about tlw adds that "it i is not enough to )point"to our ..iC4.aaibo4.IhtI.1,01-i-abe ? :" i wnho..w a nm aiod. fS.a4 2.*. I .
: Tcta Club-mbsAfternoon Si,. o.ko..o a ':;:..: .' 31.4 I att-d press di&ijutflwtl .. .

: high price of meat should listen to the past accomplishments." 5.: .inko.nw o brs-al-Iaw. ...ac- ( in tOll Y's Citizen
aiie,.. ......1>--... CI51.I'...... cemi- r LEGALS !
': statement of Walter E. Netsch vice- Proceeding to explain his views, this U, :OO Junior-Theater or Today-cbs ......... :0 id oil ........ f4ftiiiiIjjsia I J Ji "cbry The Citizen says in an
Jun.lloA-.iic .
"' .r. 'l l.% shrooph..1.4.C paragraph:
=- president of Armour and company who ndiMrialist goes further than most business Campus Cj|* r_mb, or 3C.i'.'' .10. ."itI:01.- MITK K i 1 Mrs Gradys Roberts, who A failure is .serious nlv.
1I!: *-Cofft;. With Congress-nba 1.-i \ II ......'..... ,ak.i.i. The ..cc50.Is, r"ll ..f Ilio 'ity presents the State Welfare .
says that the one segment of the population men, pojnting out that if we are to Stars, *r Hollywood-cl/m I.anwo. ... I... H....... ........ 'if i a.I 15.5 \\...:-t. Kl-rnla; for llMa (n Key West. informed The Citizen it influences a man
American Farmer .
-abo ,,'i. : isa' will in- ..|r>n tot io..p.--ti'.n l.c trying apln"
.i which can"do something" about preserve the American .system for our chil- 1.00-Farm and tturne-.t.e .... poMw ai i.w Tawew.,r... today that she had been dilerted
'.ran -its I. l"'UIi.if 10toy.hi. itn.to .. I'MT Hall \l iMLit. to announce here that
.r decreasing the cost of steaks and chops is (Inn, "it is up to us not only to determinethe -'l.uttchton Broadri; 't-:afcc I ............ ,-........... a..... itha .........h frnfctv l,.t..-.-" the ......r,.. Edwards 13th ("&'0-
Man Ixunax. Cjlla.is-nibs, ......... ,. ...._. '. '. old age assistance will nut
of its I .n "'p.S.and .t r'- U nod *:ts* M until Amefit-an theologian. ,He
: -. those who buy. sources strength and safeguardthem t.30--Ed Tomlm-on., Talk-*lt>* his owknmw. heir--al-law. legate Jnlx C. ISIS iti'liivit*. !! given anybody who has an income wi
Coum, Fair Quiz-its I <. .4ehero. \I'"T'.i: i'tac:. on "The Nature c.l The
Mr. Nethdi says that consumers pro hut to search out its weaknesses and Speakiiur of SnCabcDaucS ,.. i of i30 or more a monthDif'f '
fl.-* nooIan..l..r a ri" -" file'Irkjlsn when h(.' was 10tui>, "Id
;- test and complain hut "are still willing correct them." Band Time-nib* I .-I.,immr .....rr. t. kt. ikrMickMVr :?!1.-:4: i--; :!"O ';5. j'.IIl.ISa' : '
: to t:*_News of Overseas-nba .* IT .._iIo-! .... aM !-''' i 1 West Junior i ntiietl! Y..le Colle'Mwh: n h
> of the
2- pay" and that the competition between This is sound sensible advice. The 2:00-V'Incent Loptx HUMC-kbi r....-# Hellltna 'H.HJM I.o..l Ctors Key H:
':i h. and Take QuU-vUi I k..... n I., ...- enter 4|.a 'writ.I
;: individual consnmers causes the price of American economic system will not be preserved Fascinating Rhythm-aba alue. VHTIU'sii: ,j to meet at 5"OO: o'clock that aft,"inoort
Mar Dane* TI"2:30.t..raDS "',-nib. < I IT f 01 MT 01-. Tlir I '/ DD\/r\ BUT WEC.l.N" Hill
::.: meat to stay up. by the propaganda of businessmen. S.-Dloe auI.io..i.,. Haxter. any wf ik.dlev . JII MI\I.. IM. I IT to discuss a proposal I 1\1\1' A SALESMAN WITH
I Tho Country J.urnai-b: Mt par I lev ......-IMtaillaiMinc l., Till 'T,'rK UK I ....HI..\. INM have the Overseas IIIl.h.1from /
:- The packing company official points It will survive the competition of The tlmhitc. ivst-a'-c a Hill blisS HOl: C OlTI.. INII .
any I Pine Key to Key \\i CROSS
Uuest Baud "how-mO" .-\'" all .mrti.o hashoy .or < \" I:IIV Big EYES
-- out that if consumer incomes remain high other system i if business l leaders in this 3.03-an f'r.n i i- u Rand-Bb* .. in hate am rickltitle \_. *-'::. : use the railroad viadiM t- .

. *'\ rsea.. P... vrl'hs ..r i.l.-r.-$i in ....- .....*.-rtx .VT,l RI.VI. TVTKM Don t lei dIltIgotIlt"
t will taken
r and the supply of meat i is not increased:; country take the initiative in discoveringand Piano Playhouse-abc I I, b-,. io ..I.riIn4.I .Msl','v-sll-cT eoMpaxv. I proposal be up \\ : I cross bat hop
eyes you
Th. MBS Musical.-mho a Fb.rl.laorpirnt lao.pm. I the State Road DepartmentA
: there is nothing to prevent high prices correcting the weaknesses of the sys ':IS-Science Adteturs-tb. I I Two sad e..,-b ..f ..... are hrrek* I .,tnt,rf. .'Ofl.;. Ills I IItl I a better |ot>. Reconsunt-.
; lIOn Method ote! Kcesstul
3:30-To Be Annoum-e4-mbc a : from continuing. He says hi. company is tem. Cms* s*. Ito lS \-. bs I'UITII. ORXKVIKVK AUI.KX TII"lI.I:. I'.M'IIO.N. ,.t0ilOy. two-column] headline in Iii only one d4.
1 h. Symphony Hour bo \T\lUK\. ii \\l :\l. ';"' I "iv unknown vr...o... Citizen today "Arthntj Safe effective ..
It would foolish a SMITH a oadwinb.mrat.w [ says, m %
.; \'ery much concerned" with high meat be indeed, for one to Sports I'arade-mr", I I ..r tk. r.xlate ..r a..... it .,-! jd. hK nnknc.mnv useS
4 I_ .. """-" <- f. '-t iif.f.pf.'odant I.. j Bronchitis. Asthma. N"UI til ages all condrtwu.
:.: prices, declinig livestock production and suggest that the American economic ma- :00-Doctors Toda -nbc 1. oe X Xll n. ..le.ia.l.rfJNI ..t. jtMl I 1 a-
t" lone : '. \ Cured Key West
'ai ing r..e-4h. : t'bllI'.t.bV. v in
'" puii- .
I ... .. 801Pt11w41 tUtimtormatiso.a. '
::. the failure of the meat supply to keep up chine operates) perfectly. without flaw and :30-...1irst.rlm I.'nm Piano quartH-b": Ka,-Bits 1, Si5 liffbate. J'M! ea.in-ntnie4.h ..f r..n.j in-uit I a.'ir.uhs aaraia) and 5.4--ks vni-' .r..., I..pica-n.. ,._1 that dma-er u..r.,Ef'emh.a.ir. I i ., beet Pl.t Insl4aI' C,45-

.. with the per capita pace of consumption. without defects. While it is mere difficult.to Aborts Make Mine Mib-h----Oas I i!jrurt. .., eke ..;I.- ....tb JtMlw. .ul ,Vrj.iiil in .he alum al.t.sctela5 nil.b.rt.4..r.. ,aceI.. ,-alrd I..mi I.-t[ Breaking of the rocket CRWSS ETa rOUNDATION

MatiaceaheMurs of ike bSat..t Kl..rMa m an4f.w tal ila t.-r in .'luinr : '' on the gasoline engine used? : GRAHAM liDG MCKiONVHt HCKOA
Sp "
> JD-
Mr. Netsch insists that meat packers point to the things that need correcting Jiurs tea. 'ne-nibs; I[I I UoMrov C otktc f.r f.m.eI.n.ur, I
Mlnle4 lth. <>nrt in aM dm-rm-
4:**-Cburck Serv Irept. ... )-mbs t.r. loortpare and other relief .ltb i : : :
do not establish the price of meat, being it should be obvious to everyone that sincere 1 9.08-=Swane* Ht er. LOTS-nba I I I r.-.pm'g t.. all, thn- foll..win ......... I i nil li.' !a.offrr> tt.in r>f ir..r nuaiaand tack tn tbr,hl at hiKbt-M pvhJ, J I II ..uiiiiuiiiimmiinimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; lnlInllnulIwwu1uuuu1rnwwuwwLI

Make Way for TouUt-.- >, par.i >or ff11.1 "C land ottoat.- in""Dol ., .,
:.: more like "price finders trying to find the study of economic operations) in thiscountl" News: Treasury bland-slid. Sn-lay i. ,.... f.unit .., SOme.543 .... th an4i.-etliih.rat, ilonriunt.thfmnt ll d-. .r f .
I tosnt nv in
I f .. .. .
Take t--.e. .. .
a Xumber-m".u sad de-t' nibml .
: highest price at which the available i is ... i K.W.ot.. M"nr.C5.osty.. Fl-ri.l i
supply ) necessary if we are to perfect S:15--Laaal. Dos Drama-nboSO .It. ". cli: 1 durliu th.- laical, hasr.aI '.I.- on .

7- will move into consumption". and make : -Doe L U. Jr.-nbc Si..ndiss lb.t5 4ai .if Jnlv. i-I4S ;i .
permanent our economic way of St. Lnuis \Iattn.-d" j! lx>t- umlMred Six '0.. and Set IS.- (.4lnwiny. 4.'nihod pr"p.-r: ..
Melodies to Rem..mber-abe en C;> ..r Se.-l..... Tw.oyhybmys oam-l. .

I life. True cr Faleepabseast5:45Weekly ., ; ffnil i...- Lot numbereil 4>mU .VII th.it. rtainj '''''.'t of l.itui I t;
.: SOUTH AFRICA ANTI-COMMUNIST Conun..ntarJ"-ab. > ..f S..-li...! Tbrt; -tbr.... t3: tIltUdi.isiog. sad krMiK In ::1h.n. ; .
in Townvkin sh, -.h fS&f ..w ..uiiti. .Stat ..f ....ri, .l. 'I.s.Tihi'd I... I
i >-.ilk. HanaTtrenttenckt .
irKs '"
f'Ik.we .
Advertising: todais a good to a. : .
way .
TODAY'S >-t .f iht- TaliahaI..rioli.- t..o the I"b..r R'y W.I I
I : The recent election in South .in in FlorMia ...ntalnins ., .
Africa, build )prestige for the future. .... jnH ia.ktv-ltro.. .arreo< nekniMir and ko..wo William .b. j .
ANMVERSRIES Whit.bad.p "f raid I-I I." I
: overthrowing the veteran international ..] fUn -oe.bun4re. .-XI1"I U ssi .
: .-,-.-. ace..rdloaCS.: (iffi. lal ,. a" port ..f Train Kl.-v.ii ;
= statesman Field Marshal Jan Christiaan MORE PRODUCTIONIn (Know America) f>lat of tk.. 5UtTa.4 the sanl II H. hut ...>w Itrttcr known .i .

land r-t.rne.l 0' the '."'_r..1 part ..I Sqiuirv >i\ ca>> In Tr... i I
Smuts, caused borne speculation as to the 1773-Eliphalet Nott. famed laid 'of h.-.. .n fbi >...rneral El.e.tIt awl K .....-..i...-.l l I.. .

:.: course to be adopted by the Union of prewar 1940 the people of this I Presbyterian and inventor clergyman.of his oratorI .:-..intr I.I I.the ame .lots ..r landtonvete n f.":l";:and kw iaj, a* follow i .

::.: South Africa in its association I day president lo JjlMev II. L,50y kt <'<*......-...inn at t..- ..*_ r ..fWliitrhraa I .
with the had I of
country a money income of slightlyless Union College. Schenectady lb.tnlt.4 $ta..1 AMertra ktlalent cod Virginialr-, tvaiMl
British! Commonwealth N. Y born Ashford. 4late ....h I Ilk IS! ,I. running thvx-c cb.ay th- .
: ot Nations. than 80) billion dollars. Last: in .
I .
ear it was and ....h retonte .....-mker S Urnf ircTimu Street iti
-: There forecasts that Conn Died January 29. 1SCG ...h. .\. Ii I..>: in lb-mi U...... N.rtha-.i'terly. : itlrv.-lio Kifl> .
i were Dr. Daniel 197 billion and the total for 1918 will be 1811-James E Muidock. 1:''. pa.:0..... 4.; of <:rid, fr.t: ...-_ at rljcbt anxl-"

Malan. a parson who became a successful larger. noted >>......... ./.....,%. KlorHi. 1'.10- in a .s.Hlh.-avi.-rlv djrv ti"n i .
tragedian-comedian of his: I It. U.. .-rJKXCKITIN_: KMchti-tw.i, !, f"-' .. ,-. IIHI .

\ :: politician would introduce radical Where doe this leave u.Well with generation,, born in PhiladelphiaDied Hf-k-o: th-m at rinht aagl-.. m .
*: from vaM totn a I a S..mh...".t-rli 4irMtwn ,f.
:- ,changes in the policy of his country, especially two and a half times the had May 19, 1893. -trip ..f 01.5 .me boo4red fm-f I I li <'."! ft l.. Whit.b-a I
we .
money 1831-Ohve Thorne Miller. Mbemic f.fix feet in width Str-i th .. at right ._1.-> .
toward Great Iii itian and! the United in 1940. and fewer goods to purchase it is: I author of nature books letturei on ,'".-k -Id..f ifc.- .-..wtmIi,,. In a N..ith..,trl> 4imii
.,f f''. KIMa. KaM:: "%<|vt RaIl. l alait.lb..- lifl.'f Whilrh.adI .
; Nations.Ilegardless. easy to :see that there is on birds born in Auburn, N Y max' jv f..rmerlt l.-.jiled JW4 I 51Cm-f I-iate-ty.. 4II f-- t. -n
an inflationary
; I Died Los .......-lru..te.l ...,. and a.......S Vav4lol ili. bo.haI': ibpki.. . :.4aissniag. ;! .- .
: of the course of future force iu\4il\e]. It \\orkinjr.. in eles. Dei2i.; ". 1:.,.....-.. ah.. log bad I*. .
t 1913 .....-*. r.--.rd..4 IB liee luimba I..r .ut" all the t'tif01.nt' .
events.! Dr. Milan makes it plain that Even: if one de-JticM: the enormous tax 1837-Charles T. ....".... -..* ,.. :y.n. in..Inive.l I ,. h.'rt-dilaOst'tt. sad -
Yerkes Clu- : .
: i
South ,alid pea-a-s < : '.. ".14 in.-l_Ke: p.reeo.o.--s them-ucla-. ,.. .
;- Africa will line up with the countries bill that the people pay the net income left I cago ucaneef (if fit.-nee. duior' ..flT.r 55f.NI' r Fl-.inI.' Pit4.li. lag.Tbt.
I of the' fl.. ..rdc i 'aid i |iro-Tt 'oc..'.. r with I
: opposed) to Russia. "We will to ; obi.trvator: of the name : FOR HOME :
u' not remain purchasers i is more than twice what it all cad -inguba55.. f.i. mniiih. .
: ;i born in Philadelplua Died De- and S ..f ..-........an'.. sad a.r'.n..s or
'a' caSr ber.lsr'alore4
: neutral or plead for neutrality, he was in : .. j' ',. !., I II
prewar years. I Jcember 29. 1905 l fiJonr jna .,ra mai J r-nt.i. nun*, j- I I-mi. old r
". ltia' almv* i-afitl..4 .au.nVin I I ... ..t i-S-i.I ..*. r-... j :
says. sympathys will be on the side These figures give an explanation to 1837-Thomas J Simmons. Ili' il- I"ifcOx ..i Jt.lx. ItIV ..ilk- !'i !lt-.I, |.1.I"n, !, dT of ton'J54s | COMMERCIAL USE :

;: of the anti-Communist countries the nleder.ite soldier, a noted Ge- i-rKKr. the kill ..f ._ 1ai... fU.-.I in \Vm \ ,".....
and if it demand of experts for greater produc orgia jurist )Ijorn Craw.lordCountv. ......-$ ..au>e will? I.- uk..t ..- "s-I,', \' ':..' : 5i.fa-r II.. *to.,,,.. .... .
is practicable in (i-c-a-al h. ...., jll.. : , : I II ..
: our active support as well. tion. Recognizing that governmental }buy . Ga. Die l September I li' f nriU-r .o-ti.-n..d tKjt tinI I __ - - t I We Are Prewired Tn Inrnith Von Wi, .

1905 a..IHlw jB-jr |K> ..- .-4 : I I I
.n. iimmmmmmmmtimmI
ing plus foreign purchase, adds to tht. . (;/...r Pure U /f/.S;
1.1 Suing '' li 5.-a-k f.ir f'mar'sc > l lnr : .or tIII".SIIf:1I: ICE
1351) :
::::. Advertising is a )business-booster but danger of greater price increases I -George C &)dt. a lit. Sc.S.: it' TIi.. I--s tt--,' itiz. ;: I I!. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
which is | nt-er modern hotel man. Jna'Oa. 5i.ti I.... ,,, .......,...- i
-: is doesn't work itself. inflation in being the leading economists New'ucks Waldorf-Asturja i.....mit c liarida.Inx1 TRIUMI'llCOFFEE "** !

: as4 ', KREIfon > al K. ,
: I : Thompson Inc.
of t the nation are raising their voices directed world famed. Baltic immigranthere : by.,'S 1in.fm tv. f1..nida, .Iil .:: Enlcrprises.
Those' who at 13. born D!ed December : S 'dis .4 Its*. A. j.. 5515.: !![ MILL :
J : : contribute to the suppoitof to both labor and capital, and cry 5, 191C I. I. 51.1 II-. I- :'.awscr.'f.L i I I
.4 sIc- ,-,. l (H.I: DIVISION
the ir a-tsri at I )
churches rarely criticise .r.tll I
them for lug f..r production and then more production. for iinaroe .'.MM IX.ute of F > - I PHONE no.
Read the Bt F....... -. 1ar- i KEY FLA.
not doing alJ.Ul Classified Ads In All Grocers WEST.
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;; Poster Stamps TINY CTRL.i'OI. ND IN ttO: ET; I\RE'\TS AnRE11) ,*Canton/Aw Flood

To Be Issued ;: Peril Reduced

1 Of Fla. History 'C..\VTON.-(A'PF1..ocn..

eec to Cannn thisummer from

the waters of the North Rivet t
.. TAMPA, June 23 (FNS).-Florida .
" be averted bthe
'$ colorful history will be "epsli ot tic Lu Pan sluice "fct

shown on attarctive poster .0 milentihwe ot hi'> ato
I. tt.nipwith 24 different view: :rttme t.) Donald V/ Gt1lnan
on each !sheet stamps measuring cvnsulttnx ennineeof the Fo.>
2 3.4. issued b\ the Ffcvli
2 1-4 by ,
andtt* uitural O:'::1! r-at"'f: ott
rida Historical Research Insti -
:;e Lrncd Nation'
title 9. r
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;' The first series will be roadv
for distribution December 1 in
time for the first anniversary ns

.. the establishment of the Ever DOWNIrIcI

t lades National Park. Each series ., ; f
'.r sheet of 24 stamns will portray ;
: :
J. a 100 wear period in Flon ,;

ia's history. Th<.i;. '. f,Ks 1 ?'it :itn.t'n? rrv3'tenuon
The advisory board of the In w w ton\ <'t \'..,1 v'!h' f:r

titute was announced this weeks are von are .art a b\ -Lnciana:
follows: D B McKav, former not much c,'n,prned .bout wh,

, Mayor of Tampa and publishes s.ru. oily fa: :t'-':u01 ;., (l\v
'.f the Tamp Daily Times: J E-l is doing the itSays .... hu', -.a'

far Wall postmaster of Tamoa It..r.rLiJ..t'. for i1lm I say
.1 Carl D Brorein president of the if a fekr lives In I.TV j o; ovi
Peninsular Telephone company in Rh*'dt, ianJ. <'r -,.tm p'ac
Edwin D. LambnghU editor ot a long :"av hun Sc::;ttu, :,H2 h
the Tampa Morning Tribane and n'ads where *i 'su1_, ctrl it o*
Mrs J Reid Ranrtv member sin,I car-> as a municipal vcr
of State Democratic Committee t s +K tan: but is having 'r..u*>U, main
t K E Garriwn. former head of : both ends rpcvt be don
th Garrison ". \\ ... I. ..... "I
e Advertising AgertvVw TKtd ui ho-haiTi or stun to tin
director of sales :and A J JUVENILE OFFICER ARTHUR UPTON (left) rs'tases five.year-eld Sharon Stewart frcm a rKxt pa;e or :fn! tkrr h. r.'nselt

I Bowman of the A. J. Bowman i dose in her home ct San Frs tcisco. The 1_fie girl cli him ihs had been confined in the closet and Si" i is serve,'those' Sou.tlcitti -
Studio, is art director for the : ht, .- shrug it off a' m>r-e c.i
two nights *nd a day Officers arrested hr parents and took Sharon way from them permanently i; <
projectHeadquarters- Two ether ch.ldrcn were taken froM then temporarily The fathe- city fireman, was hit business no ma.:iuii. CH"

at 3007 have Granada been Street established discharged !rco> his icV Right The lit le g.rl ca hjajr'l\ in r hospital. of hIs o'siti jVan ,
Ami here ,s how it w rg.SsiiJe '
Tampa. and anyone interested in i'trees tar <'nn. \v,",

this R'lOto record Florida& TllK\ (: \\ I- \" \) sE' F' (:IUI.DIU\ rim bv a private w.tfi that pad
n.lorful history on poster stamos I Soviets Aim
11 c.itand counts and state ati-
should contact the Florida When tuck
federal tars-3. Siattlt
torical -Institute at that 111"-1. To Boost CarProduction over Sambo got no more ltd) I

taxes- cities pay none ofucti
-Blue Cross Andy 1 <=o to m.ke top the low the OUiEov
just tacks a little more n
: e\\'h.'re--so If you ",'i 'it,
y'. Blue Shield To l.IOSCOWPI. -- MIB.TOW whe... J kt.. in Rhode land etc'eett

.. Xcw says that bv the end of are IT

Meet Next Year the current five year plan in 1950 Su Jolk cut! lout the ho,hum
t-e USSR Will tJtJlwou.'tng . i
n >
and ;hi' !'n:<"Itrr.r-"u i
>00,000 automob annually just .1 bvst rnkvou ai: h tp'npiv !'
This I? three times the prc-wai Irr tw &.tttlt fuiimididdtc-
2a ( -The next annual \vn-
rate .ilso ell t* <. other Tidos of at.-,
.ntion of the Blue Cror and
J During this five year periodthe and ci>un'\', ;,nd Gcvt. tar Jav
Blue Shield Commissionwill be number of automobiles in ,
IM in Honda during Apnl \o t<: \\ Ui th lots clow I
the Soviet Union will be doub- V
1949 JO SERF

This meeting will taI ledThere
bring are now ten large automobile -
Rather about 500 people, includin plants in operation or and SON Service;
directors and trustees of the tinder construction instead of ALBURY
".ll Blue Cross and 67 Blue Shield the three plants that existed be- We Specialize in All PIOE
( plans which operate throughout lore he war In addition to them Yirtds of Neon Signs
,tht' United States, Canada and four automobile assembly fact and Lighting Stripping 6.18-\1
Put,i:to Rico Af e ones are being constructed \_. fat."'tie. VVIIhK ...y
We.l .-..-.r.
TI Blue Cross prans which The principle tvpvs ot pl'ht'nt'dn' j
.. MO\FV
vll10 4 SCOF
ire non-profit. p"-p}ment Soviet cars are: the ZIS 110 - -- -
:)>lansor hospital case, have a I --bigse:::t, shiniest of the mathine -- ---
,rronibership of more than 30- :% a Ion cylinder autonio-
254000 people The Blue Shield ; bile; the Pobeda medium Your Grocer SELLS That Good
plan. organized more recently 'j e.I .- I I I sized four cylinder car: the M')s-
? arc non-profit. pre-po>ment I :. k"'h--a low powered four cylinder STAR BRAND

plans for survival care having h- machine .

its membership;' "of about 9.000.000nt .: r I ( Automotive--production- in and CUBAN COFFEE

Auto Death Seat 1 : the United States-lOOOOOO now a "e'.II'is )anpioxiirateU .- -Try A Pound Today-

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:j Is Beside Driver AlmlIIlIlIIlIlInmllllllllllllllllllllllIlUIIIIIIIIUllnltl.I ..
\1'\\11 "'"" / li"fJI.IES
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'drain HOUNDED BY BILL COLLECTORS and nearly out of money CARDS 126 Ehiral Street Phone 250
seat in an auto is tire front
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Harvey (above) at Miami. Fla, have t
eat beside the driver, sajs Dr. v .1Im' '' i />/r OliRGREE1'ING
:"n *
L given all cf their seven children to families in better financial
Straith, Detroit
burgeon, in the Journal of, the Condition than they The four beys and three girl range in 9 Tin O miilrn't CARD

American Medical \ssonatton. age from nine months to eight >cars. Harvey. Ca, is a radio
i)61' \nrMEYT
His name for this seat comes announcer. The HOBBY SHOP ,

from a stream of women and .
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\irh> going to Harper Hospital. 1.105 Division Street Phone 91 : Ed on
'pt-tioit, to have their faces' re Scientists Check on an ordinaradio z'ceiverTine
,|Mire i by plastic surgery About two Australian scientstc. Often Sun. 8 ,4.31. f., >'iN n i i"IlIImrnllllnllnllmllllllUJlnmllllllllllUllIlJIJlIJIP i i SttltoIlPr.yWe
JO per cent of them had been J G Bolton and. G J SUile.".
fccciipanu of the death seat at the On .Stars' Noise are attached to the Sydney Sli- '
entitle and Industrial Research
lure of an auto crash In those
.crashes one thi.d us rnan> ',dntrs - e Council
\. were hurt I SyDNEYrI-AP Two Australian Technical Secretary A J,

In one month' auto injuries in scientists are Rom to Higgs of the radio physics laboratory -

Detroit, of all kinds, he says. 372 1 New"' Zealand shorth to tito of the council says: 'Bolt- me

1>JMi! nfri wit hurt Of these track down those tricky noises on and Stanley are the closestof .
nearly 70 per tent were in the I that c6me 'out of space The any scientists in the world today 1
.finrtit eat beside the driver With \ : to establishing the eXK.tsourre
noises heard ultra-short-
are on
t lttier neW and higher speeds, I of strong cosmic noises
,the death feat injuries and | ii.Ia"io. .('('('Ivers, Their They are now on tht road to

eie,hths ai'v becoming more nu-l| cattle is uf\kro\\"n They are believtd finding out what stars may. bv' tft1011G --- -
t Onerous But Dr Straith says I It 'to come from the Milky rear nsbe for the noises They /;/, -

f p ed it not the onlv cause of in- Way The'_noises sound something know the rt'JlOnomt'wht'I t
juilos and deaths in the front like the static that is heard near the Milky Way "' I t

>) _"3t. Other causes are knobs | not only take pleasure in

g sharp kdces and drop-down ash I selling diamonds we take
J..I\.n. Even at a speed of 20 I
g liuW pride in our knowledge of
an hour, a woman had her
f mace unruly mauled by gadget them and like to advise our

t! tvhrn she fell forward I customers why one diamond =

g 9 A Hat. wide cushioned pattern costs more or less than another A'-

t-d to C'Uth" dash so that a I We tell you about the
g ,ace will bump only a smooth. / three "Cs" and how they de-

fl Butt surface he says. would termine the price of any dia- -

J ttluno facial injuries immensely re-I mond ring you buy COLOR
Wind.hirl t, Inflict many
.ay. and ovcasionallt .
l ttrcapitate the victim lie advo- important as CARAT- I

.atM hinging windshields so that ..-a1 WEIGHT.. Investigate before ,
Jlw) would he furred outward you invest ,
Tie a blow, short
jut of the glass .
;t msreakint fore

t! Our selection of finest quality

0 Coffee to IK served after dinner' "He'f truing to figure how we'll split the $$25,000 diamond rings lor men and
MI (malt should lie
' ..n the usual nips breakfast stronger Family Sweepstakes Prize in the Pepsi-Cola women priced from

! ucai hould always .(I'tu.ngth'1' Treasure Top' Contests." - -

|it and cream maw also be passed S35 to'S3:500TERMS ;
.isirerl. tB ,
g i2S,900.W Cash for some h.ckytmily! That's the

: I grand payoff of 40 Cash Prizes in the great FamilySweepstakes I, AVAILABLE

CHANGE.i in Pepsi-Cola's $203,7',5,IX "Treasure
Top" Sweepstakes and Contests

Q Also, 51 Cash Prizes each month in your state piss POLLOCK'SJ

LIFE? '' big Monthly National Prizes \ nimilTU I
of \\
Thousands have won cashthou..mdsmore""iJI
T.W ewe htwKa the.uaequrial'i' win cash! Don't "ait-t"ntt'l' JEW E L
'whale a.e' H100cl I>eCw"'r to 4run.e- now! Content closes June 30 1U48 .:
tae t. ** yn T tiuee this make :
lua I
Wier smog.. hot IIYhe1' feel so stern, arT ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STORE - -
lae'i:sn .truas5, tu..s Thea 110 try 4 Duval St. Key L Fla."On. .
J pOur.e to Ptsrhaja'e rite,. .eb Yesetable com. i Bottled by =\.
hwsaontr .loo mpwtll.lee Pepsi.Col* Bottling Company of Key West .
Uoctue. e.U=. boil .west, I Under :poiutment from Pt-psi-Cola Co. N \ oj Key West's OIrle'st Jen'ders"




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Visiting 1 1 . . . . . r . . . . . . FOR SALE I GARDEN SUPPLIES ,

Davenport bed, overstuffed chair See new shipment of ytiuns 14%
With Mrs. RoseWcintrfinh CLASSIFIED ADS
I and stool occasional chair Birds, beautiful t"fQUOLo aad
bookcase and two small ta- cobalt blue coloring at Key
Here ; bles. 36-2 Poinciana. West Garden and Lawn Supply

t I jun25-3tx Co., 914 Fleming StneL. Key
Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Baum- _
Information for the Ach..rli-c.'rs
1 : West Goldfish Ifcadgtrartrlsjur'i:
zttwscr Bauer of Chicago arc
visiting the lattcr's mother. Mrs I RATIu FOR HK.;II.H ... P\1 MF:'T : Only one puppy left. Cocker : -2t
HL.lt:HFAtB TIPEAdrtrtinrmenls Payment for Us.ifi. Rose W intraub. Angela and Spaniel,
men' is inv.riaMin ad.an.-e. l>ntreenlar I
Elizabeth streets. I tinder ihi. head adverttwrx with loderr *..-I electric :stove, $45.00. Call : TRANSPORTATIONWantedFemale ,
| .
writer clcc- will t>. inserted In The .'IIi..... at.ants may have lh.-,r ."...rIlM- I 1569-J. jun2,>-1U: '
Mr Bauer is .
a on
i .. .
the rat f : a word f..r each in- nienlhar- l.Ti paf'scngeittJ
trical-accoustical subjeels- Two I rrliwfi. but the minimumharpe f..r Tin" i i
r. 111.14'' Uf:'UI.isII
of the 13 periodicals for which he the first II: w..nl.. or If is 3..". insure |>nhll.* t!..... .-..1',. must I Corner lot. 101 feet on Fleming j ride to Philadelphia or part
Th. rate fur hl.rkf... tfr is i<- be In The ('IIIz n ..fd.-e l-rf..re II Two Sunday. June 27th. 1%.
50 Margaret.
writes are Electronics and Journal I word and the minimum charge forthe oV-hx-k in the morning vt the day Street on
' -I i
of the Accoutical Society of first li words i* 4ie. vr pubiicatlurI .. buildings two garages and vacant I422-W. jun2J-ltjt
: America. lot. Will sell reasonably. \
I I I I11 Apply 1314 Eliza Street. Ijun253tx WANTED TO BUY t-
.\ advertising If ace-epted under the foil-twin conditb.na: In the .
3 Nfl Members InLrgion's 'I event of -rr.>r in niltertislnic. transient .'r'nlra..-l. The 'tiizrn n ill Ie .
,, re''|x>n.il.U .nl\ fur the first insertion In 'la..if led .*4erli.l... and in Wanted. Cut Hair-Will pay 1 to
IM.pla? n....tI.I.. f..r ....I)' th< ".-,oal amount of spare uo-upitd Sty the : bed. excellent condition 5 dollars per ounce dependingon
Youth mapte. j
Auxiliary 1, part ..f the ad.ert.seent abet, the error .....vr". 1 }
Phone 1157-M. length color and condrtf n
I. . . . . . .. . . - _. : $35.00. Send full
- - - - - - - - - - - - jun25-3tx i of hair. length sample -

Mrs Mispah Pierce. Mrs. Mag- I FOR RENT I FOR SALE I! lock Box 105. Key West
atene Sands and Mrs Madge An- I Fla.
I Meat display case. 8 ft. In good | junMfJlx
dcron were initiated into mem- Completely furnished: house. Apply Washing machine, $30.00. 908 j condition. Reasonable. 1300
hcrship of Arthur Sawyer Post rear 914 Packer Street. ; thival Street. jun24-3tx I|1 I' Newton Street. jun23-4tx I: I have a very clean car to trade
28 auxiliary at a regular meeting jun21-6tx as down payment on '41 to '44

last night.It Hibiscus stephanotis, cactus, ('0-1 j of various sizes. J model car that j.- equally cyan
Wrapping paper
was announced that a school Charming house for the right leus. sultanas palms, poincianas. Artman Press, Phone 51. Ijun2I l Will pay difference if car -.uit$.
of instructions will he held in people. Gardens. Telephone poin-scttia-A. geraniums. frangipanis -.tf Contact C. McCIellan. PCgi -
Hialcah. Sunday. June 27 459-K. jun22-5tx pothos. oleanders cn>- \i 1385. Navy Base. jun2S3txMISCELLANEOUS
Plans were made for the expected ton other plants. 1004 South-
visit of the department ard SU Phone 1049rJ STORAGERed I!
president. Mrs. Nell McDonald FOR RENT-APARTMENTS j jun8252txLate I

on Saturday. July 17. I Brick Storage Co. Furniture J Washers, irons vacuums acd
It was announced the unit Furnished apartment. 3 rooms model washing machine or commerciaL Phone 798. fans repaired. O'BriaU, Phone
will hold a dance at the post and bath. Maid and janitor new gears and rollers. I' *,,n1-tf i I 1164-XL junl-tf

home on Saturday. July 17 Mrs f j service, linens and utilities Can be seen at Tony's S6.00'1'I i _._Lj

Violet Myers fianacc chairman. j i furnished. Summer rates. Coral ; Body Shop, 603 Greene Strict I I LANDSCAPINGPower I II j Floor sanding done by expert;.
\\as appointed chairman for this Hotel Apartments, oooosite : jun23-6t i Free estimates given. Phoo -
affair Post Office. jun% -14tx :i 163 or call at 701 Caroline St
mowers for rent. Whips: :
Bendix Home Laundry, price $1.- I reels. Reasonable. Ward-i I j nl'5U;
Tiro Births In 3 apartments available at 411' 300. plus six notes 'on equip or low's Landscaping Co_ Phone:
William Street: junl6-12lx i ment. 1012 Division Street. I Caroline Shop 223 Ann Street.
"' : Naval junl9-6tx 1 748-W. jun246t.FOR i will remain open through JUte

Hospital Furnished apartment adults no 1I I'I ; with increasing stock ot new.

1 I pets. Conveniences. $50.00. Lot. 48x50. corner of Duval and I SALE OR LEASE inexpensive cottons for slipcevrs -
A nine pound.. six ounce son 1206 Florida Street. Phone Louisa Streets. Good location i and draperies- From 10 to
was born in the U. S Naval 1003-W. jun7-tf for a home or bii-jiness. Two: Tip Top Bakery and adjoining !. 5 daily. except Thursday and
pital to Mrs. Catherine l 1 blocks from city bathing beach. home with two apartments Saturday afternoons.

wife of James Frances Furnished 2 1-2-ruom:; apartment. j I Price $2500.00. Call 25. I Bakery doing a nice business. jun8-Tt
LTJG. Boca China The baby boy I Utilities furnished. Couple only. .1 ju n23-4t 915 Eaton Street Phone 895-R.

has been named Joseph PatrickA I I Apply 915 Windsor Lane. J i iI I jun22-5tx For adoption: Kittens. Also Maltese -
five pound. file ounce 3-burner kitten. 2835 Staples Ave.
; junl-tf i gas stove apron hack
daughter was born to Mrs. Mary I III good condition $20.00. Gar- Duval street location. Equipped'' Phone 15GI-U. jun24-3x

Kozek. wife of Clyde Leslie Re- :Furnished II twv-bcdroom apart-I dtnia plants 50c up. 919; for soda fountain service. Am- I ___ -Ll
sek. MMC Fleet Sonar Schoo1 i j jNaval ment. Apply 1500: Alberta.I Southanl Street: jun25-2tx I pie room living quarters in : Caroline Shop. 223: Ann SUccl.

station. She has been I I Phone 613-J. jun22-tfj Ii i I rear. Leaving town. Telephone :i will remain open through July

named Shirley PaulinePostpone ;}i-I Bungalow, small store building I 9150. 222 Duval. jun24-2t 1 j with increasing stone of new

Efficiency apartments couples and lime inexpensive cottons for tripcover -
grove on four nice
Meeting i I only. Paul's Tire Shop. lots. site 50' x 120" -acl.. in good i I FOR SALE USED CARS ,| and sirapei ies. FnimJO,

I jun23-4t I section. This can be bought on J to 5 daily except Tluirsday and

The meeting of the S easy terms. Johnson & John-i 1936 Chevrolet pick-up truck 'I'II Saturday afternoons. **
most Cushman Scooter uth'rn-j Apartment for lent Adults only, i j| son. Phone 372. junl-tf I factory built. Good running jun26:3tzmnllimnlamannlFhIiilltliUiiIhIlNHIGIN11It1111RTltR
which was to haev been 1021 Packer St. jun23-3tx { condition. Can ire seen at

night at 7 p. m. at the home of I I | 500 vhccts. 8'i: x 11. white n.vs- Monroe Motors Paint Shop or
Bob Daniels. Grinnell and Caroline I Furnished apartment adults ..nopets. | print. 25c.: Artman Pi ess, Citu.cn i at H04 Leon Street: after 6.01 \
streets, has been postponed Conveniences. 6500. Building Phone 51. i P-\I. jun23-3tx j
until 1214 Duval Street. Phone I
next Friday night. I 'I jun7-15t
i 1003-W. jun24-3t i 1937 Packard Six. for-tlor tlan. !

TODAY IN II1STUKYKnow i Dobcrman Pinscher male, black I'! U<.id UMiIirtiucal ennditntn. C i 014,2'liettzilia

I Unfurnished 3-rooni tile hath. i and tan five months old. per-1: ?28->.W>. Can l>c seen at Tony's ,
( America) 1 I modern apartment $37.50 per : feet mat king Brought up'i I I Auto Body SlK'p. i
1733 Virginia ratifies the i., '
-- month. 120 Angela Street. i with children. Completely' jun23-Gl ; 1tit
-" i ,
new Constitution "Y y a slight] Walter Bccbo. Phone 353-M. or hOIlK'-bl"okC'n. .
Rcg-.tcred A.
r t
margin-the 10th state. % 166 Couple and child. j I K. C. Champions. NationalChampions 1933 Chevrolet. 7133 Eaton Stjun213tx'. >
1798-U50 years ago Second jlln i-3t I
of historic Alien and Sedition t I and International ____ ___ i
Laws authorizing the Presidentto FOR RENT-COTTAGES | Champions in pedigree. I>ht>ne 1947 Buick. "- dour sedan. Ixiw j
790. Extension Lt.
312. Comdr.
deport aliens dangerous to I| mileage. Radio side' entrant-- ;
peace and safety. Completely furnished cottagetor i i i R.ul1..ay. jtin2.i 2tx: at 007 United Street. i|

1359-British. then at war rent. Near Ix-ach. Couple White ......tidc.int. white enamel junta 2tj i j
with China aided by American Phone 124.jun2i23253t.
only no pet:; t $2.75 gal. 5'.
commander there. Josiah Tatnall per Oldsmobilc. 6cyhmier1.t d ,
on the ground that blood U II Fly-go. 29cXT qt. )( (D.D.T'I 1937. 4 nevr tires and tnt".":".
Co; 846 Olivia .
thicker than water FOR RENT-APARTMENTS : Excellent running condition.
I Phone 1597. j.tnl4tfHELP :
1863-Congress enacts plat I AND COTTAGES I t A-I all around. Navy CPO. j .
making 8 hours legal day for i tn'nt.l WANTED-MALE being transferred to sci: duty, ,j ;-

;;ernment cmployees1876Battle j: Furnished cottage and .IP.II will sell for S495.OO. SOB Mat .,
of Little Bi3 I|i Apply 1I2S Margaret Street.!;| BE A SPECIALISTIN I garet Cottage -E"". .
Horn. l\t.Jntana-G'n. Cutter! '
Phone S4C-J. j m21-6t AVIATIONIn .
and his entire command wiped I :;
a fast world, the way to m..cfat df ? .
tle I ROOMS is to learn one of the skills '# ,

1C76-Visiting: Emperor of and trades demanded Inth(' Holbrook R-fr-tgi'i ,t11<>n S.' 5 i t' &e these beaotifu|
future You hoA"c' a chance to .
Brazil at Philadelphia Exposition II The Stutz lIotd. 410 Fleming learn . move up fast . and domestic and COWIMM-M-I. i iguaranttnd \\ .. k /1/ n patterns . Yoa
points out the importance J Street has fret ,'hm..h "0
a pulmanette ap :
draw will know that is
of telephone exhibit-had i good J) previously and 724-W.
:t''cralI"pin;: ro..m"C'- it! HercV how. If you're repair. Call
been regarded; as a toy cant. Low weekly or monthl'i ),,112: It. /' yours for now *i)4
a high graduate between I
and little if anv. attention paid I rates. jan22-tf I forever.
years can se-1 i V
telephone as a commercial i '
IccS the !-Pl'ializt'li'Iah.m JI
proposition. j FOR RENT-ROOMS '
1910-Postal Savings Banks I] training your prefer qualify BEFORE J 1DDJOm
C-tahliihed j you enlist and be sure FOR SALE I .
c- by Act of Congress 'I OVERSEAS HOTEL of that training. Its availableto 4 Improved LotsSidewalks.Sewer. . perfectly dtl icned fer
1914-Big Salem.
917 Fleming Street Water. Paved Street t traditional modern
Mass.. fire-15.000 homeless1941The you under the U.S. Air Force or .
Weekly nat<:5 Aviation Career Plan. Get the Zoned A.B. i home
U. S. Civil Aeronautics J
$3.00 to $10.00 without Bath
full facts all detail, i
Board I nt your
1943-Roosevelt zones the vetoes air. Smith- $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath nearest U.S. Army & U.s.it HoteL Motel Cottage rJ1 rlcing J tlls

Connally anti-strike bill-Con- junl-tf Force Hc..uitmg.Offl('(" at 25 Court or Apartments "

gress o'rridcs'do.. N.E. 3id Street. Miami. Fla. 70-Foot Frontage . new aM disuncti'
FOR SALe I J-:-jun2l-6tx Very Special Prices I
1945-Americans in hand-to- with delicate floral border
hand fighting with Germans in I CU&e to New BeachPRICED
Cherbourg streets.1945Americans. Electric ice tax almost new. 1214)I Wanted-Expert: operator for Inilldoer AS LOW AS$1700TERMS
take main Von Phistrr. Phone 15<;9-.7. after and Hystaway draglim, 48 Pc.Senke for $1BO'

Jap supply base on Luion. ft. juo25-2t attachment experienced in road I Including Federal Tax

1947-35.000 in Eastern shipyard building and land during. Ap-i 4-FAMILTf MODERN Convenient Credit Terms
set to strike at BOAT OWNERS number 2 pitcher ply by letter giving full detailsIand APARTMENT-FOR SALE I
:00.000 coal miners idle.midnight pump $:).8;). salary to John Income O P .\ SliHKMlO !
RED HAND host copper punt. Ramrod Key. Price F.H.A. Mortgage. $8389.04 : J"ROGERS.s.STERLlNqThe
$4.65; gallon. $1.50 quart. Mt- Ta"I"I PURCHASE PRICE. $10.300 j

TUn.IUUTIIU..\' Killip liard v..a re. 602 Francis Retired chief petty (> Down Payment. S1911.00 : Beachcomber

(Know America) I Street. Phone 14S3. jun24-3t time positron as janitor-super-j: I
Robert F Jones Federal I I vu-or Ships Service. Ihonc r!I FKKII J. 1)IONREALTOR : HWKLKUS anti

munications: commissioner, COin-I Gibbon Jo'ngid.un'ublf.t.. in 6W. U.S. Naval Stat",". niroiiTKiisTELEPHONE
Cairo Ohio. 41 :years ago. good cunlitionViii sell for 1 jun25-3tx }! I
Gen Henry II- Arnold. (' 12500. 2833 Staples Avenue | WAI.TKK KKKISK S32

war head of Army Air Forces. Phone I: l-R. jur.24-3tx j HELP WANTED I! ASSOCIATE 614 Dural St. Key West Flu
born Gladw 'n('. Pa. 62 years} MALE OR FEMALE i I
ago I j One 15-foot lynan. 22 h.p. Johneon ----- Office 521 Southard St. Phcne 166' AUTHORIZED

Most Rev. J Francis A kIn- outboard and trailer. Inquire { Honest and n-Iublc ruin or '\ u- i I ARTCARVED JEWELER

tyre. Catholic archbishop of Lea I j Key Wot Boat Yard. !; man to make house to h.II-oI' niniiii'iimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimnnnnnnniffWSAlET
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Ansclcs. born in New Y of k, f2i j n24-tf I contacts for our studioE.\ .Ill>-. j

year George ago Abbott. noted play- j liHdy bicjcle. balloon Ir..s-I 509 Southard Street. jun21-lfi!i SO et' i CW!

wnght. producer and dlr('(t r.1 J kct etc. One Whizzcr motor I I I

born Forcstville N. Y.. 59 years'a bike, new paint chrome fcnd- Gentlemen or ladies: Clean 'It.1
o I' ers. t...'crsizcd seat steel cabled good appearance for top notch I \ mtb /;/;"/! ( 'l .1

Dr 'Waldo L Schmitt of the IfS betts. Phone 774-J. paying work direct :-'lImt.1 j I 1 ,

National Museum. Washinl- jun24-3tx Full training t<, every employe I
For Tile Floors I Ii
Ion. heart curator biology fam-j .1! Earn while learning. Wi ite i Asphalt
wi 1 Motor Bike lights, tires
biologist born in Washington, new Box 1195. c/o Citizen.
6] \ears ago I i-peedometer. basket 1913 li- I jun24-3t

Edwin L James managing ed-t j cense. $100.00. 520 Georgia t i PLASTICA No.3.1

itw of the N. Y Times, burnt Street. jun24-6tx HELP WANTED-FEMALE

In-ington. Va. 53 > cars: ago j Kliininnlrs >l flxi,,;: Kasily l/'/>iici( tnnlItrifs
T ev. Roy G Ross of Chicago, j 12-paisengcr: dc luxe sightseeing j D<, you enjoy having mono>?
..0ctary of. the Intel.iatioriall bus. Accept any reir*'nab! j Then you will enjoy fully the > II' (Jiiick 1'" I (./"s. y 'l.ll.."7'if1 I'inifli

Council of Religious Education offer. Ramon Niivarru. 6131 j I money you can make as a part-
born dt Forrest. Ill ;)0edn; Caroline Street Phone 413-W. time Avon Representative. SOLD BY

I jun l--f7-: -3tx I Pltasant, fn'ndlv'C'rk foe
agoFrank R Ahlgren. editor of II I good pay. For interview write I Key West Floor Covering Co.

the Memphis Tcnn Pressing Claw. CWA] Inismos i>pportanity. stating address to District Man- ,

aJ-AppcaL born in commn-ci-I' 80'J Duval Stn...... [ ager. P.O. Box 1101. West Palm' 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE US4

\on.iI 45; >ear. ago. iun23-6tx 1 Beach Florida. Hsr.M-lSt1 i, i r .

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1 1i BEN NY'S : TROPICAL TRADER :i mm T0 m IF" .'nail ettatn than product is doubt or u aarvte.to wb.r.Is "THIS[ DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU \

Motor Court ..............a............................a !I....... ....... ............................................
i 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ..

S 2 Ownership-Management of 909 BENNY Simuiituii St. ; : Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS ; ., Ult t ia Lit.?,LiriLai WE WE REPAIR SELL |m TJ!! ::. ;: a' POOR t. OLD CRAIG ,:
: . IMenly) of Action Toys for the Children ; We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station
Serving ; SEE OUR
(/2 30 Years' Experience Electrical Work : ;
& BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 a SHOWING of Electrical Appliances( : : J. H BRADY. Manager PHONE W .'

( ; .LUNCHEON..DINNER. 5 to 11:30 8:30 to 2 ; .............%..!........-.....................sI ,{G i 211 Duval Street :. Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop .,. .. Francis aDd Division Street ,,
...""".."."."."................." ELECTRIC : : 701 DUVAL STREET : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories

J :: Short The Orders-Sandwiches Beat of Steaks ,. | HOME\' SUNDRY STORE .,...................a.....TELEPHONE...........41.......-:. 122 SIMONTON- STREET ,; -.......-your.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"a...
: At AU Hours . ,; .....................r,.\ .........!.... ......... Dry Cleaning ............................................. .
Try Our Frozen : ) : : : and" Pressing ,
. .: : ;
i ii Open Daily and Frte Pick and .
Sunday -Up
Ice I ;
MedicineSick FUNERAL '
Proprietary AVAILABLE
'. 8 Alt!. to Midnight : : : Delivery Service
: ...................a., ; Room Supplies School Supplies ; : DRY GOODS : : SUITS for MEN ; : el,1 Iraning tirfHiiriii-j anal Q lushing: ;
ir Toilet Preparations and Articles : H 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : : :
.; ..................,......................%........ : bla.1 lleastirc TONY'S .
...... .. .. e-to I ..:
.... PHONE 373
*................................................ Let Those Serve .:. PHONE 282 603.05 GREENE STREET BODY SHOP ,

GOMEZFURNITURE :;. : MJMFORD\ and ROSS 'Who Serve Uest J J. Specializing ....................... :.............................................

.* 220 DUVAL STREETS WE HAVE NEVER J InWomen's ...................... .1..e..e..................................... :'

CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for : BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL .*I and :. .: ; .: ., k CAROLYNOverseas. 1 RIIIrtY SIIOI: ,I.ES. ; :'

., 720 DUVAL STREETJuvenile \ Carrier AirConditioningfor : .: .: LOPEZFuneral : Hotel 919 Fleming St. ,,
!FiiriiitnrcHOUSEHOLD : : Aiiil tljnrc Servi"c.*. Children'sApparel : a : 1'' "
: :: Domestic and Commercial Use : : : ..'y -
1 S33 --_ PHONES 9150. : Telephone 518.. : Serviceestablished V'" We Specialize In
Plastic FURMTURK Inlaid ..."............................................. : Never Sleeps I : : i 188S ,: : Scalp Treatments Hair 1 Dyeing

Axminsler Broadfelt Congoleum ; ,.................................o............... ........................,. ........................,. .Z. .. .. Phone 173STF.LL'S ALL r TPR.t or ,tFrF.' .fIiTla. ; .
............................................ : Licensed FuneralDirectors i.....................PF.RJII"'IC'T..........".".'IC...........
RADIOS andAppliances BOTPOIUT Electric :, : andEmbalmcrs ......................................,.......,
Ranges J A MYERS : :
; Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances 9 0 i i : BEAUTY NOOKTf j
"Terms Arranged" : Wa-hinj: :Aladiiiies for Immediate Ueli'cry.: Licensed : Z .24HourAmbulance : SClen.tlEIC Beauty Culture \ < l Vit\ :
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: nlullBrancha b1
OPEN : .
TILL 9.00 P.M. ,
MON. and SAT. HOME APPLIANCE ;: : : Thoroughly Experienced Cml. :

..".""............. 60S SIMONTON 'STREET PHONE II. PAINTING I Contractor t t ; : Service Operator* I :
:........................................?...... : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : Z Soft Water Uz d Exclusively 't.i )
...................... :..............................................., : Telephone 9127. 114 DuTal Street Jefferson Hotel : Phone J3$ Night 696 : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. :
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.: : ............................................. 'f. .....................s..s.........s.sss....
: PRICE TOURS : : Key West t Garden & Lawn Supply I 'If'hen low 'Want FASTER BETTER : i.....,................ : Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited :

: Passenger : : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 .: :. FLOOR SANDING : :: .Key West F I : ______ Frances Beauty Salon :
: Representatives : Full! I PET SUPPLY I Line ; On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : : ; ; Frances Paik Owner :

,. : levFLORIDA : i'.itarantrrd WorkMm'ern' Methods : 1010 GRINNELL STREET:
: : : : lleunly Culture in all its Phases ...
: EAST. CrmrIcuts Service and Delivery J.J DOUGLAS TREVOR : : SHELLS Permanents Scalp Treatments :

: COAST RAILWAY ..................................................., In::!<'<) Ilarri, Avenue Plume 1374-R :; : .AllSiMC_ ; ; / Facials Shampoo Manicuring: ;:

.: Kow Located Keitt ; ,................................................., .:................s....................................................................... :. COCOANUTS .................For...Appointment..........Phone.....1331..........i! .
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:: DR.OFFICE COBO'S .. ,; Sate on na rcaotih dwellings:2Oo: {Fire 1 Insurance : Landscaping( ( ) Marl and Top Soil .i.. :; SPONGES-- :, Marion\/ : 5 s ;1 IMIOM 1400,(Dual;: I.II Sired, r.. I,
; 1
bldgs. house by INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL. S3.51 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : ; : 4
: hold and per : MARL for 4 Will Ship to Any Port :
: Rar ol La Concha HaUl : sonal effects. Mutual t Fire Insurance Co. Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : ol U.s. or Canada Southernmost House in the U.S.A. :

: PHONE 12-1 : Savt- 157 on All Policies Non-Assessable ; . : Marcy S. Palacio : _S, Featuring . J
MercantileStock' \\ 'f m( (>: ". S- .: I ""1 9 Spot Kediieiii.,*: MaeLI\] \" }
,....................: I.PHONE South "
801 401 Street :MK1IIOII
................................................. ............................................: i. :KEY WEST. FLORIDA : .; \\ ..>COIII.lrl 1.ha..irIIIIO"IPC'. ui::.u i\ 'if..Il'I' : : :
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: CYCLE SHOP i JEFFERSON{ (j COFFEE:( SHOP .i f...........:...::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:; More. .:.Natural ..-::

f tide the Has lo the J B.&B. ;
: : Hair Tinting
t : ,! 822 Fleming St. R. M. Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013Cusliman ., : Open Daily and Sunday, Sales r in PermanentWaves ;
P.M. to A.M. . .
1. i
; Motor\ Scooters : 8cf ,; : Appraisal

: Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE Dinners "f -: : Lease : Beauty
. BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : I Rentals x3S ;

: : .' Scats Rental Service : :.............REASONABLE............PRICE......-...-....-.....: f' Management ; .,, Colony : .
TAKE F .Buddy ..........................................A*I 'Inprored and Vacant ; p at 521 Southard : .,
rop.rfl.t la Weetaad <
BUS ? ; O Parking FlagsWindshields : : StreetNext :
$ County
to South-
. : N0h; e : : i J. OTTO .. v ..= ernmost Beauty,
t : GOLF ; : : FIRE FIND AUTO BONDS : : KlnCIIIIEINERREALTOR ; All School Licensed :
t LINKS ; ,, 0 Footrests ; an. : BeauticiansSpeaaizjng .
l .
t Have Fun! Also DAYTON BICYCLES ; K eyes t I Insurance C o. .. :: $18 411 WhItehead Fleming Street Street Most Modern/ m o

....................., ................................................. Directly m Front of Postoffice o .. ..
............................................... /........................a.............................................................. ,.....................i .......Telephone........- 206 for AppointmentSEHABLAESPANOL....-......... .

: y' /ss.................... BICYCLES ; : ......................: .............................................
: ; ; ;
S Experience: in Watchmak: FOR SALE Sri : :(
ing qualifies us to assure :. Our Customers Must BJ Your Entire House teeth ; : ; J Daily between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 JI ; ....
you accuracy and depend. : P.J.L-Appointments are accepted lP'i{ ,
.. ability in repairs. IVaIS''IOPHO J. d { INLAID LINOLEUM : : 518 SUtrI71AItI() ) from public by Senior Students of $.t'\/' "
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Whether it is the inexpensive 820 D &;0 1310 : S11CFI.-r 41,
: TheSouthernmost
: the most seven costly seventeen jewel or : : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE I : or ASPHALT TILE ; Opposite Bus Station ., "' ; "h-;

I" I jeweL guaranteed.If infinite care. is always .......................................................... '. EXPERTLY INSTALLEDlELEPlJOiNE ; .. School I 0 .
: : of Culture V
1'liurlel\u.1 Beauty
your watch is not .D..R..U..M.B..A..R..d. 1454 FOR ESTIMATE : .
giving you, why complete not bring satisfaction j I i : West : : 523 Southard Street \ IJ
t. it in? Our charges are extremely : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : Key -THE There are a number available with over 800 hour ,
reasonable. : of state approved instruction who know
: the latest
: I 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112I ; Porter t AllenCompany phases in beauty culture. These student
; ; beauticians
1 . DAN VAROLL __"We Deliver"- Floor t Co. J under expert: supervision of a licensed teacher of ii
WATCH and JEWELRY I O Best Drinka and Coldest Beer in Town : Covering ; beauty culture, do good work at very low prlt"eSAI- .:
,i REPAIRING ; : : though appointments are not required, it is advisable. :

, Work Done On Premises! : ; 9 I Packaged Goods .J ...130...DUVAL.......STREET..............KEY....WEST.......FLORIT......... : .............. I ; 523 SOUTHARD For Appointment ST., Stop PHONE at :;
.S7 :
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...................... >fe .. or &>>
515: Fleming Street : :::::::::::::::::::S:.........................: .................s..ss....s..s.s.........Si.
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f:3: ;:;
S FANS $500 to $4900 Why Par More ;;hen:You :': ; :...:. CURRY : I
: When You Co, ; : and Pay As You Wear or Use? : . i

: Food Shopping : r t\SII: or TElDIS ; : R.'SU1*' S12.9S Values $10.95 : .: :. t:
Be Sure to Get . ; l\IE-'N'S\ IANTS Regulu $10.95 Values S7JS .
The rfl.df'JlL : PLUMBING I .
: : : : I Ladies' COAT SUITS HALFPRICEailir : ;

/ lUt Radio( RepairMUKI : : ** DRESSES -- A Greatly Reduced l ; hrstallations our l fie I K'r s
Just .
: : : : in tiotith I'lori/l.l I :
= 1 I
ENRICHED BREADTh : .. ., Couch Covers .Linens CurUins .Plastic Table Cloths ;, ;! ALL WORK GUARANTEED j jruii
: y ill I Zii See Beautiful flew Asaetc, L.n-1 and Aprons Silverware Radios Electric Irons ;
Foundation of Today's : Table Radio-Phonogr J Call L/9/ and He SatinsealS I

: Meal! Planning h w.(1 Hn.J AI's Music(0. I HAMILTON TELEPHONE MERCANTILE 1512 eo. : Phones) 781 and 229-W j jt S'

S. S.,.W.at A5 ,, -._. w Co.T'.. ... :, ,, The HIT Lat at 522 Southard Street ,: 707 WHITEHEAD STREET,Near Corner Angela St. 512. MARGARET STREET I

-- : EC ORDS" PHONE 1081) ................................... .............................................
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t FRIDAY, JUS'B 2$,_1948

I PACE SIX'Bob's u. iIf.j! KEtEfcf. CITIZEN _

. f LOUIS AND WALCOTT WEIGHING IN tOil' Hunt Resumes I Honor Roll Of Division-
\ Sport Shop VX-1 j I How They Standnorldt.nternallonal : I .

,. i!: In Bavaria Again Street Elementary School

; Flyers Win Last Night 5 Basebsll League I MUNICH. (AP).-The at'tlt(> I
._ _ Club- W. L. Pet. fuel oil shortage in Germany has 1 I II The honor roll of the \' II'I-
.. then
caused ei ;.ogis- :<> resume"
; School t 1'.r f tf'adu-r-RJy: Edwards:
) SHOP HEAT! II' .a .b Havana 5126 .662 search for oil in the Bavarian I Street Elementary Arnold
i 1i 1 i spc.nt: -f 3t1t Tampa 48 29 .623 mountains. I last period "f the second (- \ Wm. Earl Hami'ton Charles

, : SriMtON 1, 12VX1 Class 'B' First p.'t St. Petersburg 42 38 a;23 Years of -wirrhw \" wen which cl.-jcd recently is Tritbcl"obmta Harris;, luithcrine -
Lakeland -10 39 .506 the convince J ; llosani andi
f halted during war below: : Pratt.: Penny
'I KOI. DOWNS) N \\'AI.j Rt i iI Miami Beach 36 43 .456 oil I be fetes! <<
': Is At geologists! that can GRADE ONE- Miss!' Miriam Sancher. .
'i i Position i Eugenia:
43 .456: "
T 36
Palm Beach
I West in the deeper soil in the mountain rey teacher-Noelia THREE. Miss Marjorie"
IU) I'1T.tL! tel I Miami 33.44 .429. are un:,
1 area. Test drillings Ol'lha.UN"nantk.-z. Dianne U-Bcher Armando: (;u-
I Stake Tonight 1 1t 1t Fort Lauderdale 27 51 .3-16 dor way in several ports ol this{ Robina Romaguera, (' Roberts and ;:Robert: V'alder.
Rolls Shop won oveiSubnm i tierrz
Sport 1 American-occupied:: slate newspapers Daniel 1 Garcia
it I Dinsmoor. Mrs. Katharine
4 last; night at Bayview t! Island City Baseball League but resultare ; GRADE 4-B,
Park in the tint game by a 1to t The two leading clubs in thfjciias t W. L. Pel report I Robert Rash. : Whit in teacher: Mirgan-l Mar-
Club- !said: to bo meager. GRADE ONE, Miss Susi.-
I June
0 and the VXI Flyers; "B" Softball League will : ; and Donna
score I rem
ij wflls
oil n 1 .
Gilmore 4 0 1.00( ( Tli only active ner tK.dlcr-1I.f3ry 4-A. M.,.. Evans: teacher -
t von ot'.r the Naval: Hospital by; I clash in the second game of a Bombers 3 26H( G'rmany.in the British-oes-ttpi;:-d.n'gl..n Howard DaimvplU' Emilv j GRADE Rondo M r-
a 0 tot t I score i doublrlicader) tonight at Ba': around Hjnnover l hav- L and Orquidia -Ella
Arnold rye Wally
the Bob's 2 3 .4W( Priuhortl,
In the first game j Adams Dairy !: Sl anrfi
Stint" Shop won the game in Ihif''C'.ml > :I view: Park. Scorpions! 0 4 .001: very MIK.U yields.Eagle -__.__ I nandez. ONE. Mrs. Cervantrs. Mary Sanchez: and
inning on four walks and J I Adais Dairy an: Veterans 01) GRAD Norma Allt-n.
Joe Mira's homer Foreign Vats third and :econ : : Sweeting tt'.Irhl"r-Dn.ld: 4Jfyll Amelia ("aI -
thu-e hiU 1 Kills GRADE -
the ol the \ Bawliall I.eugue'iAMERICAN j Ainatido Ct>l>.. Glenda .. Ix Rimnt'k.
gate them seven runs and in I I place) clubs .respectively Major i .. ttH': ; wse
third fMir sioKlfs and! a homer Class "A Irf-aguo:: will tangle in I t I.iwn-nce Hsndrick-j' and Blanche Smtan. Trn ma9 !U'.nitand >

I I.y Jat.k'i1uf"al! : gave them five | the opcncr.Elks\ I, I Boy nf Turkey! Matoivich. :: Peggy, Burke.
runs. J ; wljo top the Class: B circuit II Club- W.' L. Pet GRADE ONE. Mrs. GRADE 5-B Mrs. :Caffey.teacher .
J.Ili J. Eva'k,
35 21 .62:) Edith Adams an-i ;
HoU-rts allowed) three hits, one will go out in front with a: Cleveland I! ".' teacher- -Sandra Thnmpson.
24 .5K! IST.'mUL.APThe( ) 5.'n.yearold :\ ; ;:
in the if they tonight New YOI k ma: Torano. Hamilton,
in the fourth and two" :[ two-game lead win j jI GRADE 5-A, Mrs.:
fixth and fanned eight batters.At | but if Kantor's Men's Shop. jI Philadelphia 36 26 .531: :! ( son of a shcp'ienlj I GRADE TWO. Mrs. i 1 teacher-Levbcrg Kn..wlrs and
bat. Hernandez and: has second place outfit wins there I Boston 29 27 ..511! j climber!: a: summit on the Anitolia Jones teacher: : Dryan Keith : Patricia M-Trill.
I II I Detroit 23 31 .47.; plateau rCT-ently and prodded : erts, Sandra Lee Davis. : Mutlinzlue.teacherEh7chrth .
kin each: hit two !safelyIn : :, will bs a tie for first place. a' : GRADE 5-A. Mrs.
28 32 A67: into an eagles rest: There wasscream : LariT. Jane
W. 1IIn \Jn Diaz. Clara
Walker will be Arnold. Mary
the ri.>!d. Hernandez. I I The-se two clubs in j the :
22 35 .31 ') | from above and. as
testfol minute. St. basis Garcia" Faydelle BsrnwelL
and Arnold were the! there. fighting hard every j Ann Arnold. Amelia
father and villagers" .
vrinners and F. Matthews. Fonte Joe Lewis will be pitted against; Chicago IB 3434;< I j I helpless Anne Shirley Vins .n. Myrna BaeLew, .. iPat O'UnanLJ
watched an eagle swooped; Mrs.
the lu.ersScrre the hill. NATIONAL r GRADE TWO. : Saylur
end St" nv r for Sweeting on | down. With the child in his claw Richard BervakU. B ; h Parrott. Patricia:
R II E W. L. t.Bost..n teacher-
: Club- II Valdez.
i Jacouelin
and and
the bird soared: upward I Bobbie Knowles. I
I I' SuhRon) 4 000 000 00 3 3B..I. 34 25 .571 Those on the ground Camalier. GRADE 6-B. Mrs. Mickkr.
I .' 075 elf):) 12 10 1 0 I away I II trt: McKimmey. Danny and
; and Huerta- Robertsand ,I City Recreation i iI CAP WirevttotoiHEAVYWEIGHT St. Louis 33 25 .56!)I watched the boy struggle furiously r Mario Santana. Carol C.It<'S.. ,, teacher: Gladys Barnwell
Bu-mmer : Pittsburgh 32 26 .552 2 and finally break I loose t Gomez Jackie: Con.nt.GRADE .
CHAMPION JOE LOUIS stands on the scales da Demeritt. Aurora ,
Walker. I I New Yet k 30 2752( I to fall to his ground from more 6-B. Mrs. IltnJ.nyay
Hiitof! tuns: J. Mira. J. VillaI : I Ii I and Challenger Jersey Joe Wallcott (right) watches at weighingin Philadtlphia28 32 .<161 than 1.000 feet.What's. I. ly Lewinbkv and Felicia. : j teacher-Fay Williacts. Lao Ca-
I I real l: fA-o-ha-se hits: : Vjd. Roberts : formalities before: their scheduled fight in New York. Louis j Brooklyn 26 29 .473: I GRADE TWO.Mi Castellam Leota! ;i rey. George; Rt-sell. Charlie Diaz.

: stolen bases! : Acevedo. Vii weighed 213i pounds; Walcott 19.134. Around them are boxing, I Cincinnati! 26 35 .42( AfIIamRlllliftHmJURlmmtlUtJltIIIHIUIliIIJUJUIUIo! :: (?1':;. teacher: Rose Janet Louy*. Barbara Meggs and

ljiet.1, Wslkpr. 1I!*,kim;. Dawn i commission cfficial The fight has twice been postponed. It Chicago: 24 34 .41 II! I Benny Puzon. j j Tommy Arrasmith.
stuck out: by R'.bt'rlt 8. by Doing GRADE THREE Miss ; Sands,
I c-n: will lake place tonight weather permitting. t GRADE 6-A. Miss May

lire-miner 5:: bn.on: balls: of(,,, Bay-view Park. Night ----- ---- -- _. - II I Softball, LeaguesClass at the I finder, teacher--Jems David j' teacher Sarai Bringman, Pris-
Brt-mnx"- It'f: un -- I Raymond Garcia.
i i H.Jj.rt<< 1. un : TONIGHT- I cina Cruz. Ah-ania Singlrton.
,1 t barns 1 : : li...'s 9. S\. bn..n :.i' iim.f .- First Game-VFW vs. Adams i "A" I ARMED SERVICES I II John Sellers and Sandra ; Mary Sweeting and Holton Jaycjcks. -

I"'" (, game: 1.14: umpire: Garc-ia Dairy. Athletics Beat Browns; !? Club- W. L. Pet Y.M.C.A.: I ant. THREE. Mrs. .
Villar.-al sruAguihir.: Game Elks Club vs. 1 GRADE
u I' and : Second i Bob's Sport Shop 15 Jackson Square. Whiteheadand
Kantor's Men's Shop. Vets of Foreign Wars 9 6 .COJ I Southard Streets - -- -- -

I In the second' game': the VXIFlyers MONDAY |t Adams Dairy 5 10 .33;
Yanks Gain On Indians "//IIIIIlul""mltl"mm.tmnlttJlmmnnml"" .: Division Street School'sPerfect
) wn over the hospital by I First Game-VX-1 vs. KantorViMen's : I INEW SubR.m 4 2 14 .

a 15 to 1 wore Ilensrin fanned Shop. Class ""B" I Friday I

I. reven to Martin's two Second Game: --Adams Dairy, Club'V.. I* Pet 8:30: P.M.- Bridge, Pinochle and
Crandall,, vs. SiibRon 4. Elks Club 9 5 .03? Movies. Attendance PupilsPupils
I TUESDAY- 'Slulin's Kantor's Men's Shop 8 6 Saturday
i t Arringtoa and Grosberg each hit I It JUNE 29- : I-O: ST. Biography VX-1 Flyers 7 8 II 8:00: P. M.-Movies.

t two FiiMy for the winners Martin First GamNaval Hospital: vs.' Naval: Hospital 5 10 10:15: P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on who were neither absent -;F
hit two for the losers<<
: the
t Elks Club.Second I In 54 patio.
I tardy at the Division;
I In the fiC'll l Zimmerman: Br:)s- :I Game-Bob's Spot Languages ...KUlIIIIIUIUllltlllllllIUUUllIIIIUUmI1lUUUllmlUl1lo.! I Sunday nor School for tht"t'ntire rrll.l. YOl; SMILE?:
Street Elementary
I I i tic arnl .Burke weir the best for Shop vs. VFW.THURSDA 9:45: A. M.-Java Club, discus- school that
1947-48 term
the hospital: and: Arlington and '!: Y- t r Whitehurst!; for the winners JULY 2First of 1 11:00: A. M.-"Go to CHURCH
I NEW YORK. June 2T-While biography Joseph Stalin has : 01
I Score: R. H. E. Game Elks Club vs 1021 Dura Street Parties." GRADE ONt Miss l Miriam -
I. the New York Yankees been issued to date in 54" lan- : -What brand of cigarettes do
Flyers 021 030 0--C 10 4 : I.VXI are 3:00 P. M. =Classical Hour teacher-Luis Cue boo "
DEFENSE FORCES : selections ; sMoke
,I hospital. (lOt) 100 0-1 6 2 Second Game:: --SubRon 4 vs. rift-ping up on Cleveland, hav- guages. : announced. GRADE ONE. Miss Susie you"I wouldn't know. rm too polite -
and Darnanis Mal tin This of the life Gardner teacht.r-Arnttld Bt ye. JGU@E
IIt>moan : VFW.FRIDAY I ing won again yesterday the account of the 3:00: P. M.-FellowshIP Hour on to ask: "
and Shad Il'Y. soviet leader has -. : the Patio. TWO. Mrs. Lace Som-
: Philadelphia Athletics are keeping : only appeared Community Sing
1 Two-base hi' : Crandall 3. First Game-SubRon,4 vs. Bob's pace with the two leading ; in all the languages} of the FRIDAY ing. Beatrice Moreno at the t rs. tJaiher( :-Shirley Sande.GRADE .
Gresheie: stolen: 1 Uires: Arring- Piano. TWO Mrs. Euialk- kachft'-Angela Adorns.
Spot t Shop. teams. Last night the Athletics Soviet Union's major minoritiesand 2.DO P.M.-Softball for Navy :
ton 2. Grusbeig 2. Cussons. NdI i .-cond Game-Kantor's Mt-n'! Louis Browns, Wives Park. !10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour.G. Jont-i. teaclw-r-Bryan Keith GR.oDE1.Il'3.. Mullinaux,
defeated the St. at Bayview
wm; Mnick out: bv Men son 7. by I! Shop VvS. Naval Hospital. : in Russian but also has 2:00 P.M. Prenatal Cia.' Department S. O. meetings 'Girls Ser- Rolx-rts. Sandra Lee: Davis and teacher-Ronald<< Sawyer.
I I : e i
.. Mrfitin 2: bases on bolls: off Henson JULY 6- 65.In the night! game in the National <, \been published by the Soviets in of Health Instructor. vice Organization), every %nand Connie Orr.GRADE GRADE 6-B. Mr". Mkrkkr.teacher .
2 off Mai tin 2; double plavs: First Game-Adams Dairy vs. League the St Louis Cardinals Czech, Bulgarian I 4th Monday. THREE. Miss Gladys: Deanna Archer and
Ricks to Nelson Damama '' Game Room Chinese Checkers Pinder tt'Jcher-Dou I J ?nks. .
Ziminer : =
to VFW. ; ; Polish, Rumanian, St \ : Jovct-: Ogden.
< won from Doston Braves. uungarian.1 9:00 AM. 5:00: P.M.-Sewing
to Ai mzton: : time of game: ( Second Game-VV-1 vs. Elk' 11 to 2Yesterday venqian, Croatian. It Machine, Typewriter, Writ i chess, card., ping-pong, pool, i GRADE THREE. Mrs. ArooM. GRADE 6-A. Miss May Sand
1.10; umpires: ViHareal and Garcia -| Club. in the American nese German ,. ing Room. Showers. writing desks library, current ;I teacher-Josephine: Arnold. Ray tt'acher-X.mc-v Lee Pel I;icier and
; scorr: : Aguilar. i JULY 8- i .League, the Yankees beat the'leveland French and English. I SATURDAT magazines vat b ious table games Edwards and Robert nl Js. Glynn: Archer.
: Bob's'' etc 4-B. Mrs. Wliifn-
First Gamt"-VFW. ,
Indians, 4-0 Boston 2:00 P.M.
; : -Boxing Training.
tf'ILL YOU' SMILE' :? Sport Shop. Red Sox and the Chicago WhiteS Haynes. Caldwell anti Weigel. I t, 1:00: P.1\1. 6:00: P.M.-Dressing Showers tennis rackets, golf; tt'at"her-Alice Nell Jenk :. I I
clubs, fishing lines, I GRADE 4-A. Mrs. Evan;.
I cameras.
Kantor's Mt-n'sj I
Second Game- I
x split a doubleheader 1-3 Rooms Showers for Bathen-
1; Like i Golf !; Shop vs. VX-1. and 3-5. NATIONAL LEAGUE SUNDAY checking service, film service, I I II tC'at'ht'r-Nam. McDonald.\ Ell.: BROADWAYCIGAR
I July 9First- ; Night Game mailing and wrapping packages i Johnson and Mario Calero.
in the
In 10:00 A.M.-Communion Breakfast i
Ii yesterday's games I I
"We surrounded" 4 1! receiving messages phone booths: j GRADE 5-B. Mrs. Caff v.
.were ; by natives Game-SubRon vs.], Rational[ the" New York Giants R. H. E. Whitehat Club. U.s. Sub I
," related the explorer. Adam Dairy. and the Chicago Cubs split a: St. Louis 11 11 0 Base ((2nd Sunday). stamps, railway express servee > i I teacher-Rose !MarxTi t. STORE

They<< just uttered savage riles, ;i Second Game-Elks Club vs. i !split' a pair, 3-2 and 2-11, while Boston 210 51 1:00: P.M. Picnic, Swimming I.I'available, to SERVICE PERSONNEL 1! GRADE 5-A. Mis. Hamil'on.

I danced with their madly clubs""Sounds and beat the earth NOTE Naval All Hospital. take no- j the Brooklyn Dodgers won both White.Pullet Pi-endergast and Garagiola and ; ; Pool, Wiener Roast: (sign up I Lesleigh Davis--Director. I ........................ (,1 1(1() lluval Slrrrl
j ( managers games of a doubleheader from :sain.I in advance). I
like olf" !said: theLtcred tice: All games will be played | the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-2 and Information services, housing Gerald Pinder-Program ViI I COMPLETEBASEBALL.
j t as scheduled and no changes j S-C First Game rector. -BjCYCLES- ,
maps. I
Lillian Weaver
will be made in the schedule.) R. II. -Secretary.
scores: E.J Religious literature library,,
listener.'e. Doreen Cruz InformationDesk i ;
AMERICAN LEAGUE Brooklyn 6 6 telephones stamps, wrapping and I Repaired and Rented
t Aide.
JUNIOR SOFTBALL : Night Game Pittsburgh 281 1 Ii j I SCORES
Bayview Park. Afternoonand H. II. E. Taylor Ramsdell and Hodges; ex-, I i : Also in Stock-NEW

Morning Philadelphia 6Ii 2 Chcsncs, Queen and Riddle. I available to all defense forces Beginning A New I BICYCLES TRICYCLES: :

Daily play. ; Su Lou* 5 3 0Man'hIM..n. j and their families. AP Newsfeatres Serial Story SCOOTERS POPULAR BRANDS ofCigars
I It Harris. Savage Second Game I I WAGONS
TENNISBayview and Frank) : Sanford. nLscan; R. H. E.Bruo.klyn Executive Secretary. i DANCE ON, THE I ami SKATES ; and Cold
Widmar and Moss. 810 1Kttsburgh I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. I II

t and Park.Night Afternoon ';: .. 6 3 I j Secretary. i DESERT i Overseas Cycle Store ; Soft Drinks I

r.. n. E.New -hrman, Roe and Hodges; iI r
Phone 1380
Daily play. 920 Division St.
York 4 5 2 Ilkldk Singleton Main. Gregg By FLORENCE THEEL I o..e..o.o..o..oo.i:

| Cleveland 0 C C; 0Rasrbi and Fitzgerald) tl BOONE PISTOLThe

SKATING and Ctrra: Feller and .J.--.&.! .... .:; k Bayview Park. Night 1. I II I (.ga.:1. First Game -

,-/ 7:00: to 9:00: P.M.BASEBALL First Game New YOlk 352 Overseas Transportation

A 1'. II. F.. Chicago 260
j Chicago '. 3 G 1 Jansen Junes and Cooper) : New c

'R. G. A. JACKSON Municipal Stadium. Afternoon Boston 1 G 1 Sthmilz. Kush and Scht-ffmg. Target 1 d Company Inc. .

SUNDAY Wight and U<>t>in3<,n: Kinder. Air Pistol ,
Cttmnundrr R. G. A Jackson recently
began work as! the I'nited To be announced. John.sun'and/ Teblt-tls.) Second. Game
Nations ninth Assistant Secretary- Army Barracks. Afternoon R. 1 H. E. PricedTROPICAL 8393II Fast, Dcpciulahlr Freight anti Express( Service

General. After a dUtinguislird SUNDAY Second Game Chicago! 11 12 I ; . . . -between-
career in the Australian Navy First Game Scorpions v... R. II. E. New York 244 TRADER rip
Coctnundrr Jackson served as Bombers. Boston 810 0 Haniner and Walkei : Hurtung.H.msen. MIAMI and KEY WESTAlso
718 Duval
SL Phone 1000
and W .
of Trinkle
Deputy-Director rXRR.Irom Second Game-SubRon 4 vs. Chicago 511 Koslo. -
1942 until the end of that agency. Adams Dairy Kramc: Jrhnson and Batt.s: trum. -- Hf Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
Between Miami and Key West

... ... :;mJ; I'. ::..:...-: ;"" n t

/ .. '" ;.:; -', : u. Let Us Help You Express Schedule:

': f ;. : '" III f (No Stops En Route)

l ft...<1-.. . f Plan Your Floors SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
.trT. : Bert :MrLane vas out of the rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid

Free Estimates Given Army, and glad of it, how night. I

i. Asphalt Tile he could do the thing: hrCanted LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

I Rubber Tile Mart lii. oar SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid-
UJ' night and arrives .t Key West al
.Cork Tile hand lire a life free from
6:00 o'clock A-M.
4P Plastic )Floor Tile the wearisome! routine ol

*'aa 'i. .Plastic Wall Tile veterans, hospital Out hrrrrkonrd l.nro.1 Schedule:

..Broadlelb.Capello ,. without a tin* Stops( At All Intermediate Points)
Acoottic Ceilings pot oil one of his lunlIe.ct ,:*. SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock

f. .Hardwood Flooring hate to po to the d I- I A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:03 .
.Formica for Sinks. o'clock P. M.

Floor Sanding and Read . SUNDAYS) et 9:00 o'clock A. M. and
i Refinishings arrives at Key West at 5:00 o'clock

Cates Floor Coverings DANCE ON THEDESERT P.M.



I t ><. .a ,; . t "' Flooring Contractor MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton lit FracU St*.
925 WHITE STREET Serial Sinning Soon PHONES 92 AND 93
TWO-WHEEL AUTO Albert LaP inte. 55-year-old inventor, sits in his two-wheel ear on the lawn of his home U f :
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A SEA OF FACES FILLS THE HALL as former President Herbert Hoover stands en speaker's platform at upper right and v
, addresses the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia. Newspaper men are busy at work in the press section at lower I
right A similar scene was enacted last night when Governor Thomas E. Dewey cf New Ycrk made his acceptance speech
after being selected for the second successive time as the standard-bearer cf he Republican party. -
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. The Weather : I

Key West and Vicinity: Part- $ ,
, ; ly cloudy and continued warm.:: I
; Moderate easterly winds. '
' \ Florida: Partly cloudy and con : ,f w dc.,
tinued warm thru Saturday with '
widely scattered afternoon show- j! e'L i
era and thunderstorms mostly American writer
Ii j ; t Y printer patriot .
over west, and north portions I c ,
East Gulf and Jacksonville
Thru Florida Straits: Gentle to "
.mQd rate variable winds mostly' diplomat and physicist. I
; easterly over south portion and .
westerly] over north portion this
afternoon tonight and Saturday 'j ,
4 Partly cloudy weather with
widely scattered showers and & 1 1'JA

thunderstorms.Jacksonville to Apalarhicola: S'
Nu small craft or storm warningi.ued. as

I : Report I I II A MASTER in many fields, part, its proud heritage. From ,

(Observation Key West. Fla.taken. Jun at City 23.:>> Otfice.1943! j II j,I,II I i : : : Benjamin Franklin served his his small Philadelphia print i

8:30: A.M. EST) (.\!> tVrr..ph..to1'
I Highest yesterday Temperature 90 I i FORMER PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER (center) ir.cunts:: tt!i? speaker's stand to address the I early I apprenticeship a s a ing shop to the giant modern 1
, republican national convention in Philadelphia ea: shown in the above: photo end! gets a warm
Lowest Mean last night, ::1 f.fj!: I i ?'Normal U2: I the convention. and #Rep. Carroll Reece of Johnscn City. Teniu. chairman of the Republican

last PrecipitationTotal 24 hours .00 ins.i _National_ _Committee.. __ ___ _ ____ _ __ ______________ .. __. :I editor and publisher l of his have continually striven I Iovn

i Deficiency Total this this month month 2.83.&3 ins.ins.: ft.TlI'Y 1 JViJ i Club;/ t MR. 'I.UTIHES"U; ; US WITH \ KISS I II for) and perfec ;
newspaper.To improvement
_ Total this year 17.C2 ins. ->-
. Exss this year 4.40 ins.!' A rr(111'r'S For I
Relative Humidityat | : Franklin, American publishing i- lIon in" the technical art of I
8:30 A.M. \ Picnic; ; lIl1rlllJolI '

BarometerSea 75'. The Navy Wives held their I, I and printing owes, in printing. i
( Level) 8:30 A.M. I .
at 2 m I
meeting :yesterday p
30.03:>> ii>.>.10I7.C mlJS.Tomorrow's 1
Those attending were: the M
Almanac t. I Iq
Sunrise; 5:37 a.m.t|dames Kathleen Abt>nant('. lona ct I
Sunset 7:19: p.m.:Aiken, Dorothy BickeL Helen ,- J !
Moonrise 11:13: p.m. 1 Cherwa Edith Clark, Olive CUI- I'
M.n>nsct 10:01: a.m. Allison
tic Genevieve Ewing. .
\f'rkeFranM'S Schimmeyei! v
Tomorrow TIDES '.Vera Mary Wood's McMullin.and a new membei .' + + + I

(Naval Base) i The hostess for the meetins :1
,Eastern Standard Time) was Kathleen Abennatej s ss
High Low j A movie on the history 01 "
1:27: a.m. fi:00: a.m. j silverplate' put out by International 5 t;. .1J-
12:29 p.m. 7:37;: p.m. Silverware was shown '

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA through Beachcomber the Novelty courtesy Shop.ot the a > 5 For more t than thirty years THE>I ARTAIAN PRESS has spared I Ino
Reference Station: Key West j Plans for the picnic luncheon.
Time of 1 Height of i to be held at Bayview next .. s
..StationTid. [high water' week were made and final park plans r } | effort to produce[ only the highest quality printing. Each I Ijob
Bakia Honda were made for the bingo buffet r" x '
(bridge) _._'-Oh 10m 0.0ft supper, which is to be held 4& : I !f small receives the full I benefit of
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No Name Key j Thursday June 24 at 'l$0 p min : large [or ; )( [1 long experience
(east end) _+2h 20m I the N C. C: S. rlub.? ___ } I s
Boca Chica in the trade.
tAt' \Vlr..b. >) .
(Sandy Point-Oh) 40m to be subtracted. I
S REP. JCE MARTIN of Massachusetts permanent chairman of I
Caldes Channel (+)-rius sign: : Corrections to
(north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. I bo added the Republican national convention in Philadelphia. kisses Mrs. ;
oOo fh)-Hour, James Winnie ot Honolulu far: placing a lei around his neck.
NOTE: (m)-Minute The scene is the speaker's' stand in the cenvenlionhalL. SI
(-)-Minus sign: Corrections ffU-reet.Eastem _. .
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._ G ICAUIOS, and l Tahlc Model!'i 1:1:('(;I-M: : 1 r.: IIENNISON: : : Manager i ii
.APEX Wa-lier.-i.. mill Variiinii (:Jfanrrs Former Manager of the Casa Marina '
U ;moil, KITCHEN: Ware III i i
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JUNE vas 1948


fi cut ',Sonic- Fads. - -About- . 1;""Vili" They (Uccn1)y- ; '!/ esc Four Failed DiiSLGKO;) ( IJSsr\LLLI1 r that men do not really know one 1 t r ducted by Li-ns: Inlerralional- trill IOU S.1I11/:? I

ter Going f. donthcr \ I just closed
(Continued Tioin Pace One The Attraction
i iI of the evening
Special guest
Aboard Cubcra I The Warrens ,The While House : -'1 0 Slop lfJlCfJY" i Appel: secretary Enrique E-;. .'!I He stated that Lions and other: were the wives and sweetheartsof ; customerwas
similar provide the 'That
i! quinaldo. Treasurer; William organizations the LionsPresident Shopovvner:
.- i Governor Earl Warren of Call WILL MRS. THOMAS E. ,y-, --' -. Russell lion tamer: Ambal Ar- ; individual with an opportunity. DiNcgro: requesteda banting around for a longtime
forma this morning wa elect the First mayor Tailtwister Directors T. the Board of What did he want to J>ee''."
I For Duly There: DEWEY become next : to really get to know hi fellow meeting of new
ed as the running mate of Coy. Lade of the Land? With the S. Caro Frank Smith. Louis J .1 man and in knowing:: him would Directors to be held next Tues- Pretty clerk (coyly): "Me.
Thomas E. Dewey for the Re Eisner and Raymond Curry. I day at 8 pm at the Den sir"I
Lt. (jg) Paul I* Spie. UbN. is publicans bid in the 1348 presidential I second successive nominationof Zone chairman Fred Miller officiated [I better appreciate the fine qualities -

exjeitcd: to relieve Lt. R. A. campaign. Here are her husband to head the Re. in the induction cere I to be ound in the worst of BENEFIT DANCESponsored i
We Are Sole:; Dealersin
Rcuthcr. USN. as personnel officer i!> some interesting facts about publican ticket she is once mony. Ub ,

at the Key West Naval sta. GoT Warren and his wife as more thrown. into the spotlight LII. Outgoing President Joe Allen I Program;: Chairman C. E Key West for by Ladies' Auxiliaryof
}i compiled by AP Newsfeatures addressed the club expressing film VFW Post 3911
him. color CHASER'Rrrnlnlutnnry
tion about 25 along with Here are Smith. Jr. presented a 'DAMPP
July it was an Service: I his appreciation for all coopcra .
nounced today. I' some facts about both of themas hon :shown him bv the membership depicting the history of the sil- La Concha HotelTONIGHT
Lt. Reuther expects to take 10 :,1 GOV. EARL WARREN compiled*:bf>ih.;AP News. F cltP at large and requested their.l 1 l\crpldtc inditetr. '
days leave and then report Gov. Warren has been a potent features"Service:* "" VTHOMAS I continued support for the new Attendance Chairman C E 1'ianin . and!

aboard the USS Cubcra. a submarine 'I'! \ote-gctt.er inhis state* In,1MR, officers ,,SmUh. Jr. presented a color film i (:Inflii** Closets: **
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for duty as operations he was reelected governor as the '-------H. - '7l s President DiNcgro responded I depicting the his>tory of the sil- i MOISTUREI I 9 111. Till ?

officer Lt. Reuther and family nominee of both Republican and ..: 'r Y thanking the club for the honor I' vei plate industry. ELIMINATES Three
"' Milton Music By Sharps
: Chairmen
reside at 925 Southard street Democratic parties. conferred upon him and requested Attendance
Lt Spiel has just returned ; Warren is 57 husky: good look- i their continued support for Appel presented those Lions THE MUSIC BOX- (,fila Floor S/ioir rl
from tour of Panama. and smiles easily. lie has the officers with 100 per cent attendance
a duty in log ,r new Phone 9138 ,
726 Duval Street Admission $100 Including
I award who had not missed a
lie for in state old. President !
and his family arc enjoyinga fought increase I DiNegro responded
leave Chula Vista II thanking meeting during:: the contest 'OnI I
in I the club for the honor I.
ma, at present. Califor'l Photo ol Governor Warren II conferred on him and requestedeach

It was also announced Elsewhere On This Pageage I member to do his part in Q!
,, Cmdr. John R Van Ohlen, USN HAROLD E. STASSEM the coming/ year to the end that : I COME IN TODAY. . RESERVE
legal officer of Key West Naval pii>;ions and for a compulsory I, the club mav fulfill its mission I

Station has been notified of his health insurance(' sjstem in this community
transfer: in about two weeks to I Born in Los Angeles son of a Past Deputy District Governor oreBrilliant
the USN Receiving station Pearl rpilioad worker who was an ardent Gerald Saunders was the speaker c,1f

Harbor as legal officer thera unionist . Was new f boy. Y of the evening- and selected !

Lt. USN at present legal officer at Studied law and like Gov Work in our World Thouchoutthe .a J OUTBOARDMOTOR
Pearl .Harbor,' is expected here Dewey. he became a prosecuting course of his remarks the
shortly to relieve Lt Cmdr Van attorney. speaker' stressed the importance PAINT
Ohlen. ol one keeping faith o'ith his

.+ fellow man and slated that the i WITH for cprly. delivery
RrciuitinWalwiiEngagement + greatest tragedy m the A or Id o w
I .
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Wed ,:_DEWEY; .. I ." 0 yow'I W< fc MortMf .

; The choosing of New York it i. a E.cl..... M.e..... .,-**"*!....< .NMN

i In Early October Governor Thomas E. Dewey as VT4VJ ALTEINATI" ."' \ cycleoutbocard.AUow.wenru.lcbetributioa*.!".>. adapted for the fint time m a 3-.

S the Republican standard-bare: wa FIRING 5-k .. I "patter-frM transition from low to high

I Mrs. Cecelia Brennan, of lathe first time his party has re + ; AluHl TWIN .,.... peed*.
,r Evansville Ind announced the nominated: a man defeated. in a I : 4'tPtee t .Exclwtiv IUD SwWL Permit pivoting of
engagement: of her daughter, presidential, contest( C I RTI F I I D propeller end right into the boat- Facilitate
Mary Jane to Roy M Watson In the 1344 racy: with President I 4Ya N.P. .r i checking lower unit or removing weed.3s'h .t
son of Mr and Mrs Lawton E Roosevelt Dewey rolled up 22. Les. without having<< to reach into the water
Watson, 915 Southard street. Key 006.273 popular votes to come Kara 1fze I .ExclesUre Vertical Stem Adjustment Allow
within 3,596422 of thlfourth- l l.M correct vertical portioning< of motor by
West, last week. :
ROBERT A. TAFT turning a knob. Adjustment can be mad.
I No definite date has been setfbr term winner. i M.tt ALUMINUMPAINT' I while underway
1 .
the.' ceremony except that it Dewey "Vined fame jn the 30. 3 .Eichraive C..11Ift.. Filler c.... Air Vent
trill take place in early Otto e as racket-busting district attorney t lt r and 5>pare Shear Pin Clip. Contama extra
bcr in New Yutlf City . lie S I r'- shear pine, can't come loose Streamlined.
I i. u became a., prominent: contendci Can rattle. Sprio,. open at dip of latch.
,. .
Ufa It Ou "" Inua'eft '
M"sc"S'; ; Union 'II in the 1940! conventionvhich .Fun 36O' Stewing. Makes poeaJWe oomplet -
.d nominated Wendell. !! Willkic . 1a. Frelect* A.. .., w...... InlA" maneuverability forward. backward
I I In )1942 hp was the first Rcpubli I around and i-. Amuree flexible, ...f.e .
Entertains ForS&rvicein + One Ceat Ceven Metal, eteerina-
to bo elected of
I ... I MRS. EARL WARREN can New York in two. decades.governor w.....>ncli.Ce' ..,..... .CortraRitd e..$..*. Three control knob

e n 1 1I Mrs. Earl Warren was broughtto He was born in O'oss6.Mich.. rer lee'ieter., Pia**, ,......, centrally located amplify cUrtrng. Euy to
I the United Slates from Sweden: the son of a weekly newspaper Reefs. Eqwipmeat, 1.._... -----i $/1101
The earning dance .
Wednesday #
when she was eight months old publisher Attended University Welli
SlOW TlOlllNOl
for servicemen at NCCS 'pt>n- . Her father 1l1\S
was a Baptistminister. of Michisan.The y .
sated by the local Musiciansunion J . . She was a widow elLILLI1 I All rURf OSE-lONCEt LASTING INSTANT FIOOD.MOOF

AJL, was well attended I with a little boy, Jimmy, when ,. .
Several solos were sung by ( !she married Warren in 192; rZf" Yes, Cam'at Awnings girt '/ H.P.I .
Mrs. E. .
Lois hen, who is visiting district
I while he was attorney you a real sense of luxurious I
her husband's parents in Key: . Her had been Mrs Nina r
name '
West. j comfort a feeling of w ell- .i f I Thompson Eneterprises. Inc

Refreshments were prepared Palmquist Meyers t d a I being that Defies sun and 55.15 rsi\ .65 '
had children
"We five in six II \KDXUKI)1MMU{ I >
and served by Michael Vonch'ET1 ; '* i II heat.There fab I
: >cars she once said "You don I are so many GAL. hd ? ,. QUART
Johnnie Frazcr. SAX Dick I do much entertaining: then exrtpl ric designs to choose from >fPIERCE 9 PHONE 886

Jarrett, ET3 and llilda Castillo birthday parties." f in colorful woven stripes or Key West FloridaPEARLMAhTS

Music for dancing was furnished I In long hand the wife of the ,ARTHUR H. VANDENBERG that
by A T. Sjurscn Jr. and then j all painted stripes, your BR OS. '
governor answers mansion
satisfaction always -
complete is
Sharps Archcstra
mail. . Her only business ca- :
Mr Sjursen announced that I! .ttf assured.Call us today.
reer was as office manager of at I 4 Cor. Fleming and Elizabeth Sis
the Three Sharps would play at' dress shop when she was a widow. A Treat yourself to the best
NCCS regularly; every Wednes- 'I . She is bluc-cjcd.) blonde. w z. this summer. I'HONK: 270) I INCORPORATED -

day evening hereafter I dimpled. . She is a local officer tc UTilE STOKE OF QLALITY":
NCCS Junior Hostesses present of the Girl Scout: . . Her W: I
included the Misses Marina domestic 4 'k KcrWct Largest LADIES, MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Store
real interest arc r f -KEY WESTII( l>
Sikes Mary Elizabeth Glaze 1 1e
Boots Ford. Joyce Shepherd j VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY

Carmen Smith Stella Gordon,) Key Wester 123 DUVAL STREET SALE of DRESSES
Aida Soriano Birdie Lou Lowe,
Claud ma and Vilma LaFc Olga I j l CALL 1042 for Estimate

Rouse. Elayne Albur, Sylvia I! Now Sen lI" I a'i FOR .\( I 111.'RIJA I I' tllid ,\IOMAY

Sanchez. Netta Valdez Nellie !! bIn I MRS.'TI4OMAS E". OEWEY? ONE RACK
. .
Brost, Pat Albury. Betty Anna ; YokohamaWITH Ii .
Values to S10 35
yor. and Hilda Castillo. I closest Mrs Dewey get. I I .
I! '.'he'llr....si to politics is to sit next to her I Summer Dresses <-()Il; S395

VFW WITH{ THE HGIITH ARMY j husband at Republican bahquets t
Auxiliary i I These *Are Fast So Come Early for Better Selections
I Going
D IIN YOKOII.'\MA. Japan. Jom '. She was in tho chorus! of George !

Holds MWiiThe I I 21.-Now serving with the Eighth I Whites Scandals during the 20s! t
II Army in Yokohama. Japan| !..> I I and made a natnmwKK tn'ate 4L i ANOTHER RACK . 1"H'r fill"I lfclfc'I
I I : . At 45 she Mill \ I
Sergeant Daniel P Colon, son of tour ii: pmxl i!
The Ladies Auxiliary of the : Mrs. Antonio Martinez. 527 Louisa looking with her blown nnffuntu.ikixl I I
V F. W. held its semi-monthly i i street P ey WestI I with ..il\ei

meeting last night in the homeof ,i I I I His wife Conception and his I The governors lad' ,\a:, tern ____ EARl WARREN ? It t _
Mrs Edna Arthur on Grin jsqn Daniel Jr live at 3926 Pera I Fiances (Hull in Sherman Tc\a I /
nell street. I . She Wiral.f.d THESE FOUR high'ranking I
street El Paso. Texas, Ills: pres- I I in bopulna THIRD RACK . .
Arrangements were: made for Okla. . Her father was a railroad Republicans formed a coalition y
i lent duty is that of Stable Serge i
I the benefit dance the members I ant. I I conductor . Her mother to "Stop D wey". but the more i isjl i t S ; s DRESSES I. NOW ONLY 5975The
tonight at La Concha failed and
ate dramatically
giving i Entering the Army; in August I $ from a long line of f Methodist completely -
Hotel. 1940. in Key West, he received and Baptist ministers They finally were a Season Newest
Plans were made for home forced to submit the Some of These Sold
a Dew met her in Chicago :11192J to pressure -
< j his basic training at Foil y ;
made candy and cake sale fur of GOP conTention dele- for i7SO $/t;
1 ett, Texas. During the wherehe Wit; a Mietii\' IK E
next Saturday. July 3. The booth j served in France cnx'k-I I and studying music Manuels gates who wanted to string JU$1 L I BROTHER"'.'

I for this sale wil be erected in I Austria. I')"_&, th"\ have tao sum,. II along with a winner. In admitting Alt I Black and Dark /

front of the Palace theatre. It : The Japanese Occupation. Ribbon -I land 16. Newsmen say: she laApply defeat they pledged full
will be conducted by auxiliary : The American Defense Rib- hard to interview support to Dewey in the forth- DRESSESSATURDA
members. coming presidential campaign. I Just eu'tI that ''hy'! re
: bon. German Occupation Ribbon -
The next meeting of the Aux- ----- -- Y MONDAY fl I I \i\ IpI1S ot r>'3 broths" and
The Asiatic Pacific Ribbon To ,If 'dApplications '
iliary will be held the second ,and the Good Conduct Medal ( flt>n. 21. of the L S N.iatul I IhinniH THIS 1X15 IVIN THIS I I' Dad's sot ks Patterned

Thursday in July at the Auxiliitrys : included among his awards are He : Lee. DIMS, 21.\ .0f f.r's;> :2I! 1 ata' OFF ,II... '. >;. cu"mnglY'Jldll'llOftdsand str thelittlit'PowsI !
regular meeting place on Ft'bru-I for marriage; IiI Toindana Plait and bIan t. ,
been in Japan Since I Original I Price Tags 1./ I'ke to wur i hemMother "
Windsor LaneFIFTIETH ,
tenses were filed >cstprdain. Brown 23 .>t tin t' SNit\\ iI'1d I
i 1947 .
rv 1 '
without : Ives
squirmingin On All Dresccs: 'y hem
1 the office of County Judge Raymond Dorothea M :1:. | .
Prior to entering; the Army he btipe : of< 1 Mi"i- because *the and
tlllUU'S i I Lord James A \
: ORSb'ltJ E attended R b> Rho mi ,
school in KeWest and I Ti'Uf' 6 0' 7
HUHHM.Mr ; ; was employed as a painter ... j ji of ARROW SHORTS Sale I Blouses \ "
'I i a pair ::1:1I on ::- '

'VIJ'I-IlSA/U'{ ) Grass Fire I II. PriOKEH STOCK It J,IV' j I ,

and Mrs. Gideon Curry 1: White :1r Values to $t.SO :
today arc quietly observing their I Laundry :I r fIJ
fiftieth wedding anniversary in :I and A Pctronia crass fire streets started yesterday at \\lut<' at. Ory: ; 4J:

their resdiencc at real 822: Flem- I ,
Ing street Relatives and friends ., afternoon to the scene No 3 and fire station\\oikc-d went fo 121(1( VUiilr Strict 'I'clt I l ..pliour J5OO( I 1 ,! !r
have called at the home to ex- i SHORi"SETS
some time putting the fire out \
tend best wishes and congratulations I i iI }

was no damage to II
to Mr and Mrs\ Curry surrounding/ propertyTHREE any WE'OFFER'YOUONLY : I I Broken 3'ock in Short I f" 'w'and '

4.--- r Short.S t I Gi
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HOTELS IN \ -- : I' ...... ,
THE BEST i at Only 1 Set .-..' "'"
in the Heart of the City 'I
t II
REAarPRT r ROflllK 1 WRITE or WIRE Pere ore shorts that ore truly bind-free tba,i:.s to Arrows New Shipment of
for RESERVATIONS Linen : .rkiuami) m.
"l.jl. 1
Service trick of the center I I .
Supply eliminating seam I'
with BATH and TELEPHONE I :{!).-59 Fi
They're Sanforized too shrinkage less than l 1i. II I :

Ford Pershing Miller\ Laundry Service We have them in elastic and tie sides or tne popular Boxer I :i I i D-RESSEr at r.

; model $1.25 to $1.75.
Hold Hotel) !Hotel I 595 i.r
SO N.E. 3rd St. 226 NJ:. let A... I and 5975 Ead,
t 80 Rooms 100 Room 229 NE. 1st Ave. Dry Cleaning I:{
. ElevatorSolarium ElevatorHeated Rooms 526LEWINSKY'S
r.r Nc,* Sunr-er SANDALS
1 Elevator I r . Get the Habit of Shopping alPEARLMAYS
For tar Ladies See the
t Dependable. Prompt and Courteous Service 526 I ) 116>> :
1 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION Use WHITE LAUNDRY Facilities i New Cinderella! Corrective





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