The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 5, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
24.559167 x -81.784031


The Key West Citizen (Key West, Florida) published its first issue in 1879 under the direction of Walter Thompson. Throughout the years, the Citizen combined with several other local papers and in 1905 became a weekly operated by Thomas Treason Thompson, Walter Thompson's cousin, and his business partner Macy B. Darnall. Two years later, Thompson and Darnall joined forces with publishers of the Inter-Ocean, another local paper, to form the Citizen Publishing Company and publish the combined, newly formed six-day-per-week edition of the Key West Citizen. In 1912, L.P. Artman Sr. bought the paper. He set out to modernize its journalistic style and began printing it on a Linotype machine. The paper continued publishing under his direction until 1954 when he passed away and his son, Norman D. Artman, took over as publisher. This paper has classified itself as Democratic since its inception but always vowed to provide unbiased news. The Citizen is considered a "paper of record," having outlived most other local newspapers during times of war, peace, and prosperity. For decades, the Citizen has prided itself on being the "southernmost newspaper in the USA" and has been a member of the Associated Press. The paper's aim has remained "advancement of the interests of Key West and Monroe County." From the 1920s to the 1950s, the Citizen covered major national and international news topics of the day, including the attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II, the Great Depression, and affairs in Cuba, with which Key West has close business relations. On a statewide and local level, the Citizen included reports on the development of the railroad system in Florida, the fishing industry, and the Everglades National Park. It featured recurring columns for local sports, news related to "society" and "improvements for Key West advocated by the Citizen." In 1953, the newspaper introduced the "Colored Community News" and "Notas Cubanas," both recurring sections. Colored Community News was edited by Winifred Sands Johnson and appeared weekly, typically, as a full page dedicated to news and social events in the local African American community. Notas Cubanas was a column published by Raoul Alpizar Poyo. Every column covered a different topic related to Cuba and/or the local Cuban community and was published in Spanish. Key West, Florida, is the southernmost city in the continental US. Although there are accounts of the island from as early as the 1740s, there was no permanent settlement until around 1821 when Florida became a territory of the United States. The island, however, was not incorporated until 1828. In 1815, the Spanish governor of Cuba deeded Key West to Juan Pablo Salas, who sold the island to John W Simonton in 1822. Simonton divided the islands into plots and sold three to John Mountain, John Whitehead and John Fleming; the four are considered the "founding fathers" of Key West. The location's importance for shipping necessitated both a military and legal infrastructure. In 1828, the United States government established a federal court to adjudicate admiralty disputes. Early in its establishment, Key West was home to substantial Bahamian and Cuban populations. In the 19th century, Bahamians fished, turtled, and traded throughout the area. Travel and communication between Key West and Cuba were a common occurrence. Cubans migrated to the town during political upheavals of the 1850s, the Ten Years War (1868-1878), and the Cuban War for Independence of 1895. In the late 19th century, Cubans established substantial cigar-making operations in Key West. Historically, the city's economy was based on salvaging shipwrecks, salt manufacturing, cigar making, and fishing. Henry Flagler's Florida East Coast Railroad expanded to Key West in 1912 and connected the Keys and mainland Florida until its rail lines were destroyed by a hurricane in 1935. It was later replaced with the Overseas Highway, an automobile highway spanning 42 bridges that today serves as an extension of US Route 1. Key West also played a significant role in military efforts. Naval Air Station Key West traces its history back to the arrival of Captain David Porter and his "Mosquito Fleet" of the American Navy, which began operation from the island in 1823. Key West was held by the Union during the Civil War and became an important supply point for the Union Navy in its efforts to blockade Confederate Florida. The island also served as a center of military activity during the Mexican-American War, the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II. Additionally, the base has functioned as a training facility during non-wartimes.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Cf. N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.:
Began in 1879.
General Note:
"Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).

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Resource Identifier:
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02701762 ( OCLC )
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\OL. LKii No." I 113; KEY WEST FLOIUDAoTnUY.. Jl'Z"I'i." ; ; 1918 'RICE IIVC GEA'fj I ;; .

: Truman. Now In Jayccch' ... i' Jews

Hank Efforts palm Victory

Omaha : .
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Tonight&II t / ": ..... j' t I! Blood li.nitton fur tl>o Owl ;

I ; ;v' : ,. County blood ban, brwusnt: ; to

: : ) M I VIOK( M'Kic.ll: : : .'' Key West by the Junior Chamberof
() Commerce procrr; wing satisfactonl -

UI' I'IN)1'O: "' I'U: IOLU i >. Jack Delaney said t- In Tel Aviv Vicintiy

It 11k ? day.
()"' 1 JIITEETTES( :
r C" nprtition was: keen between
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I __ :: the ,,various. civic club; to have
II 1 i'i (:.Ul :\71t1I I :r "t off' : their members donate Pi the *HOIK,. b:11'111ti1111's:

Gy 1 ... %..OTl*.... (Trot . .> blow d bank in an effort to win \TOM \\OKM.i; \01Ks ( ) \ tOVTKUlAN : ); : 11.1)lTI:Jllrl1.n:

OMMIA: June President : ... thr trophy to be awarded by the \
Truman. aboard his 16-<:'ar train. 4 s fi. .
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armed here .. v w Junior Chamber e>f Coinmerei UAMKK : J I E \\ s
this ,: and
I morning ., ._ .
. The first donors and the or-
tonight will make his si-ond ..
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t; Jor speeeh J of his tour in I 13 ;:" _," 'f' '. !t. ":' ;::.:J .. ganv-dtion credited with tin ascs Cl\ni; 2 MtriOKHstUf ) ::

'J states. J t tl \I O"'" blood) l donations arc as toiivws: .\>. n- ...-4 r,....t
l lie met his sister here Miss : The Junior Chamber of Com t ; u N
THOMAS C. WALL (righil.! 43. an unemployed mechanic of Tallahassee Fla. has been charged TEL:: AVIV. June *--Tn .h J
Maiy Jane Truman. i merex led with four credits: :Misl .
": I Truman :said that he will visitBojs with murder by a coroner's jury for the staying cf his small son and daughter. Kenneth (left). 3.end '\ ,i Ilunrod Jack IXIancv MisJoseph M ish high; command iaMied .1 i ( ".

Town and aLsoill take his siler. Gloria Jean (center). 7. were stabbed to death in their h-me. Their: bodies were found Riihaidsou I>i j after Wall went to the jail voluntarily and telephoned his wife at a store that the children had -J +t 1 I
Twit in a parade of the 35th U. S. and Joseph Richardson. .a e st was claimed over Arao fo,<'< "." .1
Division in the first World War. ; been killed. The American l.ciun3.<; next land and m the sea.

Hi was captain of a company in ___ _n ___ __ _ h _ with two entnec: Jack K. \illa .
Regarding; the attack ye.t, '. I
the division. real and George A Warren.

Asked if he would march in the ANTI MIERICAN RIOTS 1 Reds Now Push( 1 The following,: organizations: on {vurn Egyptian w' . parade he answered affirmatively eich had one contuhution to their the command: stated that nr.! .

hut added that he was: not credit: Junior \\''s Club: them was set afire and ..11 i

I sun whether or not he would : Radio( Production Mrs Helen Sehuek; Husiness and them were compelled to f Ift

over the entire routeThree FLARE UP IN SHANGHAI P .fcs.lonal \\oincn Mrs. Marie It was surmised that th ....I 1
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I of the warships was to pt.11,t. ,
I of fixottibe nome radio receiver: thong DemeriltIK : .
Kuilding( bell lie J: <:ltiurv ItHI"III..* with shortuaxs;' has born put into --- ---- .: small -Dunkirk" on Ai.M> -
that have bern pushed Kn K iiJwev t,. ,
i I, product i< n at a Riga fictorv The
In l'rolf l .X I ; : i USSR. Pravda" rep..,h'll. is now \11. TU IMI\N; K mib inmi this r'r .
Permits. Issued in the midst of an intense radio- f:( nnii( '\IT)" nuors Cut the high command! .. .

(:'otinlrv"! . Hi' I u'at ion plan for 'the whole nation 'iuor.s\M( i FEET: t today that a & i-rin'h h.."i ..
Tln t' Ifuildin,; permit. totaling; :More than 7.000.QOr..din() formed about the Arvhs. WI''j., .,
$2: .-.0
In..(xttor briiil V. Sawedur- l i and! ix.ul n. tube> lecei; ,es. are to thi., Indian community at the 'J Toy battles have ben fuu.a;t i.

I nag the la."t I weik. ho ported toil Ikr \* functioning: in listeners home> Ijoltwn tf the grand Canyon -,.. f that area and the cvtnman .. "

;.i\.. SUANCiltAI June I and millions more are planned' in Imps I IJHIO) f..rt from. the Cnnonnm .. ., ._ ;:j that the Jews won. hnih oi, i t..

\u tin Tailor recci\-rcl a permit building are blaring. th' nt ff'\: ;vt' 'ars. Listeners paya in the first mile awl a half \ I' "' "" .."...... and that troops and .rt".n| ,
i tor .1 $I2.KX ncie'e: bleak ..c i.It'n. i- while Chinese ,students I' small' listeners tax. ol it.. 14 miles. betnssjjomblirf;: for a thi.;, ,I > ..
l to IK- built in Avenue D in,, riots! in an anti
Io'twrn 1'Mh! start and Uoosixtltl denionstral i..n.. Tcnn: deposits hi.: ballot during the election: in which employes It was disHoswd that on.. .". ,' 4 4of

l julc-\arel! Student leaders say Ilobson Wins Over WalsonIn.Primary Toted to reject: a final' work contract offering a wage increase the Jewish squadron tll'). '

N. II Pepper icveuvfl: a permit protesting against:; the cf 10 cents per hour. The vote was 771) to 25 In background larked the Arab ships ;ter-1' '' I

for a frame esidonce to ('OSt building up the ('(' are other workers preparing to vote The proposed contract: failed to return to its baM ; i f1'. .

S7000) and shish will he built pan. They assert that a Election ; pas offered by Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation which presumed to be kfc4 \
:it 1716 Washington! ; street (nod Japan will be a i Friday i operates the Oak Ridge laboratory ior the Atomic Energy Com The Arab command ..nO"1111" ,
I George Curry and Carlos Cell) China. Instead of } mirsion. that it will agree to a trur ..I i t:

t mh rtx-oixrxl a permit for a l'Quntrytu. get on its Ie I. I: :i t Jews agree: to a provision th.,it i irefuzrr r.
r illllitil/\) '( ) I. : J
-- will be
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I 'Omelets black lianoom to be feet the students i p

: built atI and:!:!Whitehead Smith Dane stiets IxtweenDuval at a help United to .China States, huh s1x ud! \\-;: i Trustee Is Cut : xon: ;U.MNS; ? W.1T.:; 82 II. S. GRADUATES trr truer Palestine is in rir
; mand refused to accept t'frr '.. ..I
cost of: $0..000eSwiss 1> nation during the Ui\\ :*":: I 1I': of
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It first thou
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Planning : fires had been caused I Durum yuaiTct 1-} SIN|: :: J IMMJMIS( ; : : : ,i RECEIVE DIPLOMAS Jews The Arabs further said th i -. I I
dents! but an in'-e ; \ had been billed and n 1" "
; ed that fire resulted I than 1.000oun<.kd in an .1, ,
a ; Walter Allen itilon-d. a tru tr T. Frank Hob. on won 111 the
To explosion in a match Grit precincts of Monroecounty ( Earrri-e: .-- ----- northeast of Tel A,'iv'.
Fight HailIIHIN H Monroe; (' County jail was rut on six .OIIIIIM nr IIM Ml : -
:; spread to two other ;; in yesterdays election! ----

After the uprising: :; ", ) I'J the riM shoulder knife aUocolored. from J. Tom: Wagon a.s candidates I Mil W-l: Irrelan' Ul" r-' \\hile\ l Polio I Is I Red i Heard(
wielded b\ Annie
: SWlt7l"rIIDd.1( ) bv the police. they ; tor the nomination for Ju.tire .-- :

Tli' bnis._ ;icucultuial: dcfwrtIIM students to hold a durm:: an aisamcnt at of the Supreme" Court. : noon \1| I'.irk' \\ III.-.-.M| I

'nt will undertake experimentsin park Twcntv-eight; ( ) Whitehead and Petroma streets: at IIotiMNi. pilled] 43;> %oteto I IJI.'x"nlt..I ncin'crdOHr() Scares \"UCIIl( ..

blasting: hailstorms out of the arrested while speech I ,2:1: a. m. today. WatM.n s 358 in the six precinct,. llv 2..1UO: IVr-MHi- :

sk\'. The r\pn: inr-nts. the diparln in proji-c; : Alter taking: Allen to a local TI>e seventh p-ermit. which is at \\IISlrnJiilI1S'rul.I STIKKiICl.M.Af'r ,.

.f.nt annnune s. are planned... _ I IFossil : ( ) hospital for treatment hi was Ta\irnior. had not' bern rewired .\I | <: Z,- '//I'' pti 'Mi' : a reel full hard m !SIis ; ," !ain ,,,,, "

\\ her-* tolvr i> plantations, :.' held for usm; profane language by John l-nalard: : supervisor) of I last etxmrig witnessed 1 the tvmnw all right but d m't hi ." ,j

ln-en subjcrt to seasonal; damage Apes I I ( ) : and then turned over h the sheriffs iT5i.-.tration. up to noon. when his 'nremcnt exercises at the band fJlJ.IlJumn1": : ). Pntf.Grlffllh make f rcs. Two middl..,c;... *

l 101';' hailstorms. office office Hosed shell in c-1yviMII'' Park of the hey Tavlor :sttienpSwT and tnen r rci ll\. met a young ,,1.. ', '
In the frwit-crow ins ar of : The total of 7'I1o) for
as cast
11 Harrv Lr Baker! and Patro'rnn es ,
.. Evolution \\cst high school when 52: cradu- : ant i opts igist. has warned Au -- in a narrow slret-1 The.,1..1"i i" \
sicin Swtt/rrlancL for som I|, Gabriel l J..i..tres anested both Ilobson and Watson is rutexpected
ides of the institution 1"C.'hcd.tlX"tr trails of dazntrs, In hrrVhi,. and looked at his bran H T. !
eerie.vekets and shell. ha'e' i the P.rnwn.10 to total more than 900
J on a charci diplomas stud tthn1 started lo-'Mi tI i,' '
l It t-n slid into. )tail bonds in ;on.. !MKOEI. K.'ny-; ( ) I I 1I of a:::sn\ated: assault. Tin p.1 I lce b\ the lime the seventh precinct Count Jurist flavmond R. Australia poilM lie says Au-tra mcnacinslv and made !'I'" f',
iffoit to bicak them up lx.foie untangling Ih story t aid that the Is roeeJedThi ha would China and
in ; man and woman Lord delivered the: principal ad- antaennizi women famtcd. the vthe. ..' "
'I'b..\ I loused I their loid on vineyarrl for and l ... 1I vote the tdrew
tion man ip were Ijoth intoxuated in six precincts in which he lauded the Japan; to a dam.v: rotis degree' if the polirrDuring .
.. ami 011'hints. The /ground to mime from rein; I Iapvs I I ( --- -- -. follow: .radjatcs; of the htyh school she persisted with Tnttv c ic- the hearing at I .' ','. .
d I' fi n>ts have IK'en meads mo>tl uncovered bv the. Precinct Hobson! Watson
1 \11. IEI.Is I'.11I:111.Y: I ( t wiling that thy never must stop station a physician enulir t Iii' i .imental "
l< l h\' small commtinitK an'l Ini tv of California : First iVnrimt :31: IJ lions nt prufM: un lIJn.ounds I
faults with the -' ix fed
m 11ORNE 01 m MVIA? : buikim character an essential ofluturc M -
i authorities have not been able Turkana piv inc:. \\ '81&i I Second Precinct If 1 6 l i SVCCVHStumctitv ,I (\t' ir.ilu in the past two years;: ,..tUtknt00 drrbnti I'.t >I"'

to agree ti, tli: efficiency of their lips head of the SUPM. n/._< \pThis) U.S. Third Prrcinrl 101 17 of has k-porlrd Cii'wUaLtvans< ; "lv a*, hissed when. ptii pl.l 'I., '

m..thods. Fur one thine. the vineyards the reamins of the ) i! ptistoffice in an Indian (....mmllnty ,- Fourth Pl"f"t'inct.1 67'' :ar\ to a successful purpose life is .neccv-.saidJuds '''m'r .Vsiaticnd nm or tw:> it his ehm. The f.-ihtrrtf'fi ..,.
and orchards to IK "ctd ; the Fifth Precinct :11 29 : American: negrur who had been .
piot among a large:; number at bottom of the Grind Lord. "Cliaractrr is arrived and fainted a v mil I ,
i an .
were scattered. sometimes !'epnattl foiind I' : > Canyon is .>n" <.I l th' few tonhith Sixth Precinct 3": 5.1' to future success, and vowmti heir sirn the (';irld. iv. > n( when six met the full ix -r I Iii

; by mount;tin '. and it vrasi>! Primitive. crurewMes. null. i I., _,till d'hvl"1"l.fI) only. --- t build World) War II).
it .
impossible ......\lra..I.\\ to ITH'asim pics OJf1(n's. a rhinto( I : In hor,.<, n' IIIIIK Total435 T>T. M constantlyWillard Alburv.. supcnnndent I PI..f.or Taylor. said vim. nt his- (:. Of.orKf; / !
biegi '_JR.fur inns irouM
tin n..ults. The Mrfgadino plain and a turtle seven feet : :' of putolitI"'rurli..n.. ) .
ln-ii'<.ntlisito passed out th'
I r as'each Elwl Offirt'i;
the tobuiTO; Gelds, there. high fine .. 11:1nof these | i i>f the sraduate. iufMlvlons lo coknt-d rmn.hut .
was a >-
K suseeptibte to hail lama;:,. are mil1ionca.s is, .n< tpH d by white IIM'nSiiilor .
; ed :20! a: R plitidcd! b\ theOI.nrt'!' irf relatives. K.'" Wet Lots \.. I'! :
\piittxl to lie a l letter proyinCgrind. hemmed
ill b" ls are
; \ and tm-nd.s that weir in the lUI i Kni:.:.hU. of }'UJia,... hiHIIC e.. a
flows and consist ":;: l : : ) 1 /I'nl'l' Bciilcn.i ,, j
"IS for the term tp ":: .
ash washed down grit'
came \I fi p m.. the ('Xf'm es
I follows
War Continues To I Life in that area as ,., '\'iwith the K.*\ Whn.1 '"' C..IM't'IkNt'OII1nando'as : ;. .'
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i;, must have been prel' I see'w school band. under the direr < F. Phillmtvice: chanccil: I) .
scientists savHow n, ) Earl
"fl" Dillon
rendered scv '
iH P. Sharp; prelate Jo I n i iKcrr is:
Affect Trailers] ,,I
solrrtions.In .
.\ um,.I" ntiTud sul|.rr I. \as Jr. .master of w.>..k. f-: I is;
t 'the academir pmrfrssmn nix I."tt.n and ot $''t last Adams: master at arm,. J< r 1.

I AMSdATK.; :. FnglandP; < ). To Rat ( ,,,.dm'. the addrt> of Juttaf Load right some Inn in Angela Gill: lamer .;....... Alfr>-l 1 ...
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S. rarbowrtl
Delayed c-ncmv, action i" l"ot- I 1s7 Carlclel.iheit ;' street. according to the sheriffs Stray I.; outer guard J I I.
) X 1 1 Mrs Jennie Pirrrr and
; A Rhino To officeTh AdiwnsThe .
in_ HaiTiscate trawler men a big! t 11l.dhan, Tm-k HT.mbr-rs ..fhuol .
.hare of the ,profits from th. bidratrli j ... sht rtirrffiti' repealed folio me ":ill ..1" '
lioard UrA.
they are 1 landing this ; 1 ; ; .' > that the sailor a- found bv a local fur the terra: J. Winf;J t K'I '
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> K, wlw.. flHi\r-tvl,
s..nxE.1'1.( > nl the in-
i.r.i Recent trawl I damaging I ; I ... patrolman lying in AjkcvlastnH > see.'rrtai.'%': FraXH-r Pin !' tnancial
i ,.t'h.. fullj.rown i i,1 i''n. P, 'in<- t"s.l H'.r; *" .
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;.ti he's include 2oO pound bomb I t i Hi- Mead -showed evidencesol secretary;' : Mni" d i iGib ;
i a and hems it back all\',,: l lI e it'R caet .f the hiah :-f..he..1.d) .. .
I h<'ad a phosphorenjs\ Immb smok ; l t a bt';aim,. The sailor i said tohave > n. trt..uu.tJf'l1 i .
.JlIfl..' l..o.d.
..:mist,'rs and aircraft wnekamTlw :;: '. I Boer hunter. savh ; st..U-ri be was iobhr by an
I..move how Listen to : ,< IIL. lie said he tovio st
: Jn :
Waters in which myi.wler Mrii ' '
I ( (lf-"
I t fish regularly an alu First. Oo,; to Africa. to )i a. n\ir\s II \ iciscitOMIM : r.
eie-eroj countrv. Travel l '!1 # 9i <: I.-ilU 1: ) IN TZU : : Tlipoine. ikpaitrncnt said t -
I ".ijs providing imple>"nl urI"'C'S I truek Catch with a 1 i /'or M; t. t' I i itl g ...
l '' for tiawleinun, :' e oml Fling lassos:;: with kn s-; U,\ .\. '\P. Tt .,. .. ;. ci.tho i I iv t that thy. had 1 no report f

>l mis one fleet owmi "A lo"' rail attached round 'i c .. <.; 1 ."'boi I Doi i ii...n,<. P..ll.'in" .rnnan.- l I/I.. John K Ha\ ..Irt) .\i 1.1, -
lia wi l means a $200: outlay:' this until he has too i(' ( ".. not ninplr'ru] .n:1I: I 1'HtMasonic : : -.--- --- - l>' heft Kv We.t t.i..r "

I eiaht. to carry and ; I : --- OVERSEAS Coffee Shop nrpiatM. fur J.H.k.wni"iil. .

t It.- iiiHivt. .. i n I.I.r ,
Send the rhino to .1 ; Notice InInsurance lVlnf.n\ u
CASE : . l ;u ()1
JUSTIN I the ". CHICKEN or .
hot of anac- tie' ; Clcn l11 tn.u's awftingDi
ricans to build a crate .:i l1" Special Communication: of STEAK DINNERS. . . JjUPalace | Nay'ewill attenuate .'
You Hadn Heard or i ,. Anchor Lodge. No. 182. F. & ........ 1 wed/iii. 111__'". a.i.. .,.... -
before he "ake Frei .ii n , .. dentl't"" \ I Icvia
Had Forgotten- to your own little zoo. A.M.. Monday June 7. 1343 .." at tin t mir, ..,.'. F.
KING TAO (center) 18-year.old Chinese boy from Shang. i at 7.30 P.M.Conferring.
IIV DO SITIV I ja Oa.n"--x IKIriioM
hat arrives in San Francisco to become a living memorial to Master Mason

I Mack Cook of Memphis. Tenn.. who was killed in battle in deoree i-il:
SH : World War II Greeting him are Miss Betty Goff Cook (nefti) i All members and sojourn ( Theater TICKET OFFICE

and Mrs. J. B. Cook both of Memphis. The Cook family will ers invited to be present. Larry Parks and Rita yworth

-at- finance the boy education at Ark By order of .
Harding College in Searoy. : i AUSTIN ROBERTS ''fJOW'10 LMMII" ALL AIRLINES

J51HLNK;: Ll-JI ; in memory of Mack. Ten years ago the Cook visited Shanghai GERALD H. ADAMS. W. M. I In T.-.n..d.; ,
NO IUrLL--->11KS: TELEPHONE I i and Hsis father served as their guide. Mack and Hii played I Secretary. NEWS and SHORTS PRICE TOURS

t'gi.hcr one day during the visit I III irlcri.a Si.Il


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; PnblUh 2CciT Dally HHcst: Except Sunday tit, by%vii WON'T Radio Programs Il'ITi11Lli1: illlilil t [ jl(rJI'I iL House FoundCNTEHnUUy.

I. P. MTM'\. Owrr.* lbll>hrr food many Key Welters said the .
\. .%MTMV'' ll..lar.. Mmmmmrr M ................}.w ....
Tntn Th. .ItU'n lUilldingV.rn equivalent of ** 'At a l boa when they readin I
.. .. FMtI.: 'Il.1'I, _
-r :r* in- - 'ft1" iittii N.; In her West and The Citizen for ThiTsdav! that President:; i NETWORK PROGRAMS 'I /, F..wJ.luVO" bdwv I.. I,.. tlhre
:U.inr.... 4'nunlyOar.4 '1
Truman had) deeKiri'd that it Was mil his I LaMrrn: Local Time For central I 'rf .1fr _,1 .1 -.......'ntl t..ntul"y.H"II..UI. turnh.iis
VVVif. M. rM' <*and class matterMKHHI subtract Dee hour. for ... .
i h.q > as_ ne mountain ._ .- have Ixt-n di:< \' 'r.-d during
subtract two hours Some ct&.X ,
.It ..!>. Tilt.: %,,*... I." riv.ll rUKSS1K praitifc: to "till away from a fight.:* Thai I i chaii tg. _r ot relay to Mationt M i '- -wi- -... : ... / XcaVation.. lure ?n rh. .it*..
i tniMi-taiMl IT.-->9 In f" entitled to local chea.iie Last minute program : "' KuunUim aria
Royal R
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I.. N or wl i..lirtdfitii iu ll alan .... h 'al, h" ws |>lll...'Ih.d. |I.T.-. xviote the President' to suggest that he I < '.J> .. --O- .", 'J" intlr>. xv.ii. Soh" 'ii! U.. luuiHlalion .
S .' , ... .
.. five t..t UIH'k. A
11 Ilan I/11-I10\ til.tKit' withdraw from the contest for time Democratic ) 1vairaOOSomme I .: --"'''' are large(
(b ... -. .. .- -c; .':" .t'i. .,r 0 } Roman both;: fuoin. thirty iWtquart
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.. .. of Ne.-.hc # 4A .
014.'ta ). .t ... .... ..._...-.. .-...--..... 'ljj presidential nomination in the interest \elitork NewM-ait i t;".rjr I ay--< "% I .- ;sT7. ',, '. and a bbled uadran| ,Ub >

.kl. Y .. --- I....... M..IT.meaba I' ..,,' .... } . .'tw"< n two wing! ., of! tl>.' ancwrh.u'K
TI-mbs-.a'lt ..
of }paitv harm"" lake Sumner-mbs''''mI I. I : 'E.' .".."# ..... .,.J ___. / 'r' are .InlOng di.di
-- AIt1Il.11: ..1\1. u17F1Mad. Cut: I..tIS assume' thai;' Truman haelel''c'ielt'el i ta.a..; l.iting-nbo l 1", $ .. Tin :-n>:illr! 'r fuvl l inrliidi nun
In MT. Opinion--i'bi ; _ > :' \ti .. .0" ( the .
I fronts of 1' I :1P'!' ;S"'h. __ :: '" < rOil:, urn, tint > rmfK"CLui'Iiu "
not to l I.e an aspirant for the nomination _
"ri:i i\i. M.IM: S:it-:Nix: !"ymphonJ'r. -rhn" era < as well\
All r.1lnr ..f ihanfea resolutions !( .sU IUrU.r .Sfmrlc-cirt ."t, ,.--- wareOIIH. ileeoratPd.Hid
would that have restored ..II'tIltIi Saurian
: jo:
... .., If .rry'h.mer I .. ... : "' , .
af itlluari uol: onus tic, will ll S" . ; .. ; "
r ..... V_ (.r at !<.. t"l" ..t In viols M lin.. t l>;%.... Nu. +k-mt.s-east. ,.... ' _" : ... then '''':Arin-: th.' .Kottf--:
.. .. .. Iv ? It Inn::t ,;melt. )taint.:!.1! not have brought True or .'alssmbswestC i ,
N.. a .m io I" d.rt.d arenta a line. \ew. and Commentary. .. '..n ------
: ac eklui.I '.
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Thr' MIri u an open forum an-l In\'U.
.... of putilic l...neii and unbleets of local or 1:00-To K* Announced ct... : II* ."'..,rs II'OII.rl'c
1I.a' tat-rest' km It wi.l: n<.| puLlirh unonymooiIMPnOVEMErTTS leaders! in the .South\ an :\fekAy In nri-wetM-atre. 'j
M..aairyilan.. Iliwaii alls \tuiaml1 :I WORKABILITY rather thanany 1-f- _},rtis t TUIt( ) t', 'StNN11'I.ltStRiES
against the civil rights pro rram. advocated /:: -Curtain Tim. Drama-riboAl I rigid style is stressed: inI :
7T .
!by. the l'irsiil; ,'iit. many party l leaders in the n..iirns hurries* lit a.>c I this pl.n 717. Walter T. I i 1 I f' I ti. ....t.t,
Name" bf Song tjuu-rt Mt : Anicka. architect. CI7 Forest eL tr. (Know America>)>
Xoith. Middle' West t and Weft: favor such a I :45-IL Carmichael i a
Songcis0:00Tbe ; AYe Ann Arbor. Mich. says i RM ITC2 Bushiotl V/a-hin ton.
program. Ufe of Hiley-nbo i DINING RM I-0 0 t3ED RM CC 0 RM
.. MEMBER Qj) 1948 I 1. lAnnoun<..,d-rlo I family comfort is the motif. 10-0 21 10-2511.9 Iz6'14t3 Virginia; lawyer, U S. SuprentrCmrt '

Down South mcwpmot'raL" shudder Twenty Ioe.. tole tluestioes,.;!oilmts50Truth I Each department of the Justice 31 eaiGeorge,

the instant they 'hoar the term "civil I : or Cnnsequences : house-sleeping, living end Wa>hin ton" nephf w.. horn We t-

I haiWMiJury. 1.rt..1.'I-.OO. I service-is accessible from irorrland Co Va. Died' No\ 26
. right Nine out of 10 Democrats ( probably Stop lie *!' ''' t ran Ti-
-- 9:CO-Hit Parade. Sinatra nbo i the entrance hall and group 1S29
the percentage is greater than th:10don't ) Joan Davie maxi r | |80)-Columbus Dt>lano. O'uo'
.. ed for
.... independently j- ww.//l r CL t CLKITCiIEtl
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cant: Iu..t. l>rama-aba husinenvn. .
FOR KEY WEST know the significance of the term.|I Kep Lp \\itb Ktus: -mi>* s, mum efficiency. The house ly law x.t'r. congressman -

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN S:30-Judy <*anova ! They } think I has volume of 17.600 cubic
immediately begin to about Jim a
i I \ .ithn Mnnme Vb....-.:oAmazmir l5.Ost5O "IIr bom at Shoreham. VI Died Ort
Malone. -ate j feet including a basement ? -r
Crow cars, the segregation of whites andcoloiod
: I.. Hampton "o.-.toe wl I 2:1: 1S96

1. More Hotel and Apartments. folks in schools and l churches and 10:00-Ka: r K Cnnege-ebe> i under the living room. and n erD IM 1 1323-George T. Angell R.-t
!'tttrday. .Serenade. ctis kitchen but exclusive
areas. humanitarian, founder ? Reach and Bathing Pavilion. on
other J'r"t. tJiz-abe.bast t
things along that line. <:
3. Airports-Land and Sea. Chtcg "i...ater-m.." I of the garage. Sliding doorsI Mass Society for the Prtwnlionf ,
Civil however include 10 =0- I used for all closets and and the
of and lights, other : Tlie Grand Ole O"ry-llho Cruelty To AnmwiK
4 Consolidation: County ..
It I'aye T B- looraait tb
.. I City Governments.. things. Civil rights stem from privatei J i i 1!..)lot lloedovn_ >c i a row of closets makes a American Humane EducationSortct ,

11-OO-Vw.. *. Variety : .......-lIbo storage wall between two of I Wp 1 'r E >, born at Southbrld'eMan.
I t I 5. Community Auditorium. rights which, in the aggregate, make civil i\ News. Variety Lane : hr*.-ct"* the bedrooms. The bathroom t7 nc 'a Died March 16. 1&09I .

rw rights Colored folks for instance, enjoyprivate \! Nenv Horne and a." 1 l'amllonr:..,."ln'-h.-.abo i. is divided to permit part of i I :)("_Alice Fortier New Or

11:30-Panre Allows-mlM loans Tulane Un \'. It'aC"hf'r.1"
rights. as well as white* folks. When .. it to serve as a powder room.
I :00-Dan me contmuedabc..stNETWORK PLAN 7/7 lewder. Creole historian born m

: MONOGRAPH f either go beyond the bounds of those rights I suggests Now Orlram: Died F.*b. l 14 1914) .

f 1l they ale answerable to the law without 1 I ISfca-Donald Du Shane, edut -

To Communist** Everywhere : discrimination.As .i F PROGRAMS I. with white trim. porch alcoves I, I . I ':itor, secretary of the Nat} Con-
in and dark .
= Eastern Local For central yellow inn for the IXlen t "f Den-
should Iw gratelul that ate '1 nIlS
You you subtract one "ollr. 'or 'mounan
for social equality, the biggest j asphalt shingles. 'rat'Throlgh Education. born
Some (
subtract two "ours. local staLens
'-' living in a land that i is as tolerant to its I bear of all to southern recalcitrants, hUg-I change, hour ot relay to ht ; ----- --- - ---- -- South Bend Ind. Died :Manh
Last minute
I local s"e"ules. pro
enemies a** i is the United States. c"anlle cannot be Included. 10 1947
is no such thing on one side or the pram .

l; : j TIiIORACLE.. the color line. Many whites refuse to associate SUNDAY. JUNE 6 i j 1 New Drug Tried football 1886-coach Edward. born J. Thorp in Nc.\.. York noted!

with other whites as man coloredfolks Aft.nt... ul -1I.7 PRE-WAR Died June :M!: 1934.LEGALS.

I refuse to associate with some members 1:00-'e': Cnited. Ta'ks! -nbol ;j. On Scrub Typhus) ; (
> Life -bss i
I oorwav to -
THE NEW COAL CONTRACTThe ::m Pettinpiil Talk-abe I 80.6 asoil'I
of their race.o law under our constitution i iI
\\'m. shirer lomment-m. I \IAXILA.-AP-A) thug from i

can force an American citizen to i 1:is Editor at "me-alte. family has shown : 1"1):11: tMTITIOlMt. *
the penicillin
The ;Music Cox-mbv-basic: I :
:- l between the
: : ajrrtement: > \ : 'rt71TE
associate with anvbody not to his liking. i 1:30-''hlcaco ru in ltabe! -nbc favorable rtult in siting! xiubjtvphu << NllTK.. .; is III:Itl-HV .a"X: I: 'ht.I
waft road producers and the United MineWorker .,'1>II It Again Llrama-bs: 1 ,:-the so-called Japanese .h rand-r-iun.d.. d'lri".. t'114K' -
As for President he
meansso ,, National; Vespers-abc II under 1h- i-tit-,
Contemporary; river Ix-d fever which so far cannot '"t h. ;in.'"
), :* will expire on June : u.t, Netrnliatioiw much to the general run of Key Wtsters, l =-- -- ,,,rn .u1aariiA.. Illst'Iri'' '
2-OO-R'r '1>' America' -nbc be prevented by present tyI -- a'I 1 "h"i"n" St_ .... IV I .I. "
have begun foroikinj? out a new I it is !safe to say that, if he heads the Domotiatic Week You Are Around There"orld-a"Oraniarl" '*3 '! phus vaccine. This report was ; ,_,,",.I!_ elite t., runt ttlf>Irr.i"l,'l.-rK ..f ."r'..i"" In-',11irt

-_ contrail. And retrardle: s of what differ- : ticket his: majority in this city probably 0. ,Air Force Suew-tubs:; . .. made by a 13th Air Forte observtr ."" "inn ..f Slnanw ...>..n''.. l-"!.*r 'I.I I II I.' .
3 3O- Merrill 1'-
: with an army tnt'dical'l'"eaa'h } I I'.'1,.1 .Inn.. 4.

.. utirra may urine, and what demands the I' will 1 be t the highest' ever accorded am >News tr. treMHM lommont..ry-Cb.. ,,t-Kite I team conducting;: tests in Kuala i Nt rren.r-?]. rn n,T.

'- .: union may make, the public should: unel'rht.n.1 I I candidate: in I I\ey \\'(' t. 2:4.dews: Veterans' Panel-tnb. Lumpur M-alu\a u.s. 50.4 .I..". :.tI"ati.:: 144".
5-Opinion i Comment-cbs Ar-
is :
the position: of the miix-r- lie has helped Key West, and we :3-OO-:Mnslc Parade eomm..nt-nbo The rlius; : cherom\ratm --
Thn. mphonv n"ur'b mdottois so far have treated i 'UT'(" : TO rill:I)ITOHI "

First of all. the .t l"iooo/ minor.- re- "should help him paiticularly in \ievv of I., J.|.M>.i swig!:-abc 2'jjti| <-nt-> with it and none has Itk."p(1 j \ Till: I ..I HT fU' viii'iii: \T.
Charlie lluuse-mbjs r Jl IM.: "0>U H. I (11T1.
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reivr the highest: wage oi any comparable the fact that he refuses to l be bluffed. :1*-American Almanao' -ibS l | 'omplir'iln oi dn-.1. j ji .lilJ.\.d.\ i I't.iltlllt. IM "HO"'T"

I, -. Sfl'tUl'! Their averjurainin?,; me ?7: I JO-" One :Man -renaile FamilyntoSammy -.attOIho ,i irsHmimiiwiuimnmiurraniniimr.ratniirai. ;!! ,;i tI r _ALL OTHERS 48. In 1:1.1.r. : F.t"f"'I.: ';I.T.-.S 1l.tY'.I-: 11N..'... d

: a \,'rrk-and this= itlducft.uitinw! : workers roots, who we understand rush i iwhore ill t Juvenile Jur-mb. I i A.- --.-.:.... ':.. -- TU xii o'Ir.y'. :" II \\ ,\:.:
4 00 Quiz KHs. Joe Kellx'-Bba - .
: In \': "ITi'HTi
West I. \l\l I >
and absentees.= Mait\ miia'rs, who wish\ I Angels fear to lead are always Jobs K. K_*i.'dy-aclluuse Key !i I :< \.1' Na7ATt::

ft Mysterynits4S4i ,,iI \ .aeS. .r '-... .1 r. 1'"'rr11T''
; .n
:. to take full advantage. ;of their oppoitunil solving age-old) pioblenis Iy pussin- solutions. l Tlnn..y Talts-alf I ",l .,..4 r*'j"ir. .f I", i.r. -. i.t i 'O
e. I 4a0 -N 1'w': ..!.i.... 1M! '-DIo& Days Gone By I L ..nel I d'n.'C.he'I I > ." "
::- eain from $ snit In <(liOIl; ) a mouth.M I SlutVine: lhud.M I' !; Aw AP N:'-wrf*jTvr A i i inn i.- M>..\ tia.. ..n-i It'.

I'n. Maupln' IIMWIC-ate 115.20 PicfogrgFi ., . iii." ..r Mia: SL.Itnl" I'r..> r. d..d !.-.
'C''.. miutrs, in :1IItitiutl. have newlysrrntity l terliMyMrrie'-folk* AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF :: _., _- I. o-.f .a;-..tut. .i,, 'IK-

l"'lwfit-l : The letmt eoIltIOVersyover ENVY OF THE: WORLD S-00: -Th.. Sunday:at.-.t.e... .. THE CITIZEN OF ,i ...1111.n Judo."f'H. ...,n'.
::_ *
loivi-i .
Janett .
I iI Iri.lj: . .t "i.rti. in Il.r! '''if
ilr.I' demand: for an old ape 1'nd.r suftrr litMHi\.t. "lirania ranw.-afcc mr,' I June S. 1938JinmiiiniiuiiHiiuiiuiuuiuiMiimuiiiunininiiiinnnu I i I : 'I..... .. .1 ,aal/.neti .I.. \\-i
:- tension fund of SlOO a month to t h<* paid The hitntnftl1\' world, !sincelecord- 5:It-I.nil Davis Orch.-rta I j i ALL OTHERS 0- I.m..nlfrom 1'1.-.1". within ill* ' .the" ff. .'

: ; 6::y>-l'rani" to carl. Rand-rt* I Jul.n Carliontll" Ji. .. -:11(1! today t put.o.1i.. ., of Ihino.i. I 1'., 'h
entirely I by a loyalty on each ton of coal ed tune began has been blackened at frequent "....Mr Spy Krania-.fceVXhai I JNCI.JJDINGISMlllIDN .l-n..r ..t.ntaMnail I... '" er.-
j Mikes *- Ti:t' at Noi j I Pf/Kj/ASED ir'., ..tlft 'lulltale. in.. pi..... '>f
t>r.Mlurctl ..inav have dimmed the fact that intervals I by terrible famines.Coiintles.s i i Name Key had Ixin bin gla;; :'i/<.d. ::.... PGURcS TDfoS r- -Ml.<-n..>- amt ....>! ..f f.... .. fBQM US. .
I the miners are entitled to Federal social ( millions have* did miserably" ':00-Catholic Evening ra4H S."te-"ti. t Policemen and William V. Allniiv I IN MU.UONS: OF'TONS ) I .i..i i. 1 I.h., d..nI:1..I.the ..Ia..nt.sad liall his .1 I'v..:."i *'n,.r

Tie ranuly 1'nne-rMl accompanied !Mr Cat bone to I, hi,. att..reey. am4in' "i..1.I :'"n1
.struritv Ipn iu1t, illel l al:o have from hunger. And those cataclysms werenot Pearson Comment abVVebstera. Lt t
I tompenation ore the I lodge and !learned that all I .r .'.....n.. 1x1 .n 1.1..1 hll'

insuraiH *'. Mole thani.", per tent* confined to long past: primitive times. Tianee. S..mmory-abc. SkitaaLss:15News :; I eatables imludmu;: a large;: n.inij !' TulH) ) IN IIISTUlnKnow ) Tr i, i"..troll" .,1 ii>ni- n.l, not IK ,....d.I Dore. :S. 1lroanr .Ir.

'tf tl:fin Have prepaid (':II'C'. }hos-. In the l.i.t quailer centruv starvation has I:2b:-Ilollyv>orls, had! !hI- n '< .11,1.i ;:i I i |p ..rig'i III! Kn: !; I \. \.In.ifti..ral..r..f. ,II...,.1'-" ,.
I >-r <:ut i .arrfLs Molt ( America) J..II i It in ;'.<> 'I.,". .t 1-:11.: s.: I' r 1'l- n
pita I iiiMiram' both.Ijaxtly stalked; tIi uuuli China. KIIS.SI.I.: and other Greatest Story Ever T..M. -:it. n I 2l I ......,,, .....
e. or --- --
I l.:ii IX 1'jii' tinuii' it '
Ni< L (art r lJtI".tlV"-mns'' -- ...,., 1-. : .J"" .1"I'
everyone should knov/ what a nations.Yet.. /:CO-Jack Benny Comedy-.!.a Susan LaKin resumed the lead : fit l -t .Ik..i! A.l.j". tli:t.enra-t iiIml. re. ( 'n, n.i iet l i.ik-. us namx
Th. 4;ene Aulry She.-d. r..n rn ...1.1I.d,. t'i non xxhicIiXX "
roil lrJke oists. The last one was of relatively in the United States, we have I I...\. AoJ..nlu.-atoe, today! in tlw contest Im queen of'! ., liMindnl trfS to C'II'.' Illl ,..h. 1\1:1.1:1TN:Till: i I"f"JI'T lilt tot lei.liT I OF Slit'Ht 111'OI'
Sherlock" Holmes-mli f I 1231 Fir4 serialized| chapter of"ln.l : .
-- the carnival to I* heM h<" t in1'sohlll.
Tl1I: eTT1
=. brief lti"n-yc.t I is the miners never had a famine. Some short-} ,
cost: may say 7:30-Pat Hrien Drama-ntcinomlie ,. fhi511.
and tmKWOod", July 2 toI in connection with Tom's t'ahiii"appears In'aJln BOAT FOR SALE: lMI Stilt MOMIOI:

S1UO.000.000 in 10of: pav alone. The ij'htedlv that this, is because;:: we are blessed! Hill tmoinin Comedyatei.atriel :.; .. the. formal opening of the Ovcr'scas I \\ ton. D. C. antislatrpaper \ NOTICE: OF MASTER'S SALE: I IN IIM Fs'n.r:10.. I/-3-.Ct4'
lleatter sbO -inH .
:: inuntry lost more than .10.000.000 tons of with an abundance of resource.s. But .:00-The !Shaw rhnrate-ahc !' Ilighwa Miss Dorothy Cetjancouit -uttratU-d no particular Mossier Acceptance Company. fI \r. :NI:1st: .
% Ad..........-. .., second the attenfon tlli in book tormICC7 : i l' ,ninerev
Sam is
Strode : I in race ; d/b/a Allen Purk "
:- roal it neede-J. EXPort: ot coal for I European other countries, where the standard of living Stop I"IIPrc; (....iz-.bc < r Company. iil l.Itt F
1'he Mediation Faard-mbs ; I II National' A<;!
rehabilitation had to be s-u-pended. is abysmally low compared to ours, ':30-Kr.." Allen Comedy-nbo I Key \"' *tei s. headed bMav: '- 'j, fijiion, meeting: m Chicago, la- Florida will offer for sale jt Fr.o.I .f."ti:in> '

And the have also. .. The Man lulled X-<-b.. VVillard: M Albur. who went, v'ors political: action to .st-v progross oiilii (IPl HI.l< "iTO .ct"
no one can figure: los to the own- great resources Some may Movies tom..ontary-.t. j I', public auction t the' highest : .

"": ell and workers of such industries as think it is because we work harder. Yet News Commtut-mb.. J to daIs Havana to invite Cuban offi- i'f fI of fanatical trmpt"ranct' and best bidder forash, at thesecond raPT\.w.Hu 1' xehe,.n.To. .
to attend the Overseas'Highway moement" :
Sib-Five Minutes \e.-s-cb: front door of the: CourtHouse -
i Steel automobiles! railroads etc., whose in the hivgcr-ridden nations the average I OOIern'o.r.oundm.bc celebration in Key 1917-Some ten million rejzister.. of Dade: Count Florida. .n ate tlw ae Mil by..C rrgnir.d. ...u..1.| ..MT in.' "r

: opt"ratilln'r,' sharply curtailed for lackof } man and woman work much longer hours, <)atch alter:\1.!\Vinchell- If loa Time 10.11.-abaMeet I West, returned on Saturday i and'(t, in first! aiatt in Work! War I. in the city of Miami on the 7th 'IHv..r... fc.fnr in *...tlw.- aent.itt .Iiif"" I''I .Jnni ..",.

I : Me at .t'L7'mL reported that the Cuban: government the dar of June. 1913. . II ....
(-0;'I. and perform a great, deal more manual labor j I 1933--Act cancrflMus: ;goad ji UooA I I' 1.15 .iitcrnc fl.
I ':15- tomment-abc will !: .
Hollywood .n.
send: representative .M_ li-11' 'lIr-rPi. will I hr 1..1..1 "
obligations -
clause' lederai and one yacht named Maredule"
The country hopes that a new' and fair than does the average American.The *:30-Mbutn Familiar Music-ntostrike ; here. I in f,.,."....
i '
It Rich (tun-cbs signed i by PrcMentKoosevtl C5 !1"J12. 13':; beam T Thin .ir4ci I. .. I I..' ennlrn.dnary l
rontrart" may he written without another basic. leason, for our abundance To lie Announce*!-ah" I *. depth. built 1326: by DitehburnCoats. s week Per ',.'n ''n. r<-<.Ia t: '
lisa. Living bhow-nibs Mr. and Mrs Philip L. Cos-! week m """. K., \v'-. i 'I 1'" ,a
'- devastating. .shutdo\\n and without rerttminations lies elsewhere. It has been in a th'nt"of 10-00-Take It lie Leave It-nbo Jr. of Atlanta arrived j j I 1941-The: Fern'in2 ;; Onta-io. Canada designed nae-l.s-r n h. tt .
; )IltRoo..y. tory-i'bavice I grove plants the Atlantic. by Tams & KIIR. Inr. New 1 lorids.Io .
fly arms
;: that han characteri/td disputes government that encourages every man to \ > of fctnnt-mtm here yesterday to visit the former's j York CitPtmtrtd. ae and' rd, r..l t/,,, \I. 1 r1ia'
0:30-Horace Ileidt how-nhe p l\Ir.1 organized 0) the Annv Air Corpc1912 -. by two A. f.. 1'.t..
ift'nts. and j
::- in the past.! do his: utmost and reap the toward that JScaJ: Drama fe..rie -<._!*. I Captain --Germans order no foodor twin ignition Grey engines. 170 tsiM, : .i ,t.
1 frtiimentary on Slotiesabolaw's Cosgrove. Whitehead street i !(_. I- -< r
i ii has imr
a 32-
has <<
stimulated voluntary. individual enterprise (" taaettemfrs10:45To dunk given captured Ensh- I "lirl ..f thtl t1r I' '

THE TARRIFF-STILL WITH US and that linnllv. has given Ee: .tnnounced-abc i Miss Eloise Sawyer kit ycterday ,; in Northfnca in retaliation foralleptti volt light system with two Fts t..",'.i iI I '..r ,' "I
everyman ; of '
batteries. Electric : I 1.1
= n 0g-News: tc Variety :s hra.nboX" British order.1943American Pre ;un' % h.I. XI" ..
for Miami where she will .1
"". Variety. Lance : hrs.cbsSees I I"
the light to compete with any other in planes damatft. i water stem.! automatic fire .
and Dance i:afl-:bc take a special' course: at a summer .1 rnr. r 1 lb
There is not much )peace betweenthe his: chosen field. News. Dance Land. :3 hrs.-mt> school. i three Ing Italian' xxai.-hips" in system, bath tub with ihrvrtoilets ,....I,. ,.r et.' ri'f '
12:00'-Datxing' Con'Jnued-abc-vest i : j hot .. t. '. :
water .
I thr'
__ White house and the Congress! of the We see how this; system! works on I Spezia Iljrb'ir bomb double cabins two'1'Iingk!rvviem.' -- -- -
:. United States. The House of Represcntative everv hand. As a :simple example every '! Your f/or Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner i Siair.191AlT''ritan'anH.'1. Danckok planes : ins. larise pilot ht-nst Ujli,.>x-.
dauhgter. Kay arrived ;
an Joyce
jj.rfj/f/ ,
: Coo4
t ?- i is taking up arms again the Presi- American can walk into a stole and buy II 1 I I SATURDAY. JUNE < yesterday from Jsckbonvilk .and 19iAIiit.'S: M.t UP snteni let ;: with electric:>n. laiK. Your Grocer SELLS Thai
5. 1 43Th
< cU'iilinl) to whittle tariffs !ro Mr. Gal drier's military controls in Berlin' ; bottle gas oven r.inat loun ,tncquarters : STAR *
power percent. all the meat he wmts-omcthinJ that is .' person born on th>j, day nil are'isiting ( for BRANDCOFFEE
I '! IN6t! :. S. Senate vo'o; f continue thutluungm,
-- mother Mrs. Sarah Gardner
One commentator reminds his audio II j impassible in mo-t: other countries. Free I probablx' have *excess of tau draft until Slav. 117 deck 14' x %'j'. .....imx aft 'uktr,. AMERICAN

rimy that Contrress is the bovs-and he } enterprise is responsible for putting that tion and .stljrggaid but with a J Lancelot Lester and Miss i; 1947-President: Truman denounce I' together with all \:;.< kit" ; ppf.rtenanees and CUBAN I
prophecies} that the I not apt to br over- Florence who had been -- mmunst coup in Iun- : and i-1u i pmoniIt A Pound
Reciprocal Trade meat in the butcher's showcase! -for turn- conu* n the way. wealth SaTer : -Try Today-
Treaties will gradually he t'tamed:=;H[ is liable to attending a meeting\ of the Florida : gary --m
whipped out ing steers, hogs and other animals into : is" r overrate -- --
State Democratic
<< Executive.;
..f sipht-'because producers of fs.::0n powers and therelilay ) The oMt t manuscript! in the
most American cuts that are ready for consumption. To i I! l committee at Ja<1 ksonxillo. returned : :
)\ fall into lot of trouble .
a ,. Gn' k
Britrh: M am is a p.ip\ NOTICE PLEASEBEGINNING
jroods and
wares are not able tor meet the need! of the country. a great packing I almost before aware of any Saturday ru.s of the :'id century IJ C

. inpolc airaiiLst the cheapcr-madp} roods indutnhas: been developed i to bridge change of condition I MrTlaMTiOid;; Curry and Mrs TUESDAY. JUNE 8TH

antI:1 l I'c s from the Old World. I the gap between the livestock: producerand I SUNDW JUNE 6. 1943-This :Merrill Hobtrtsill. entertain ) Read the Cla;:ni'-t' Ads in The

our hornet. It performs: a vital service day produces a versatile and perhaps I memberof the Junior Woman; i ::itj7f'n Chef Rochon Will Tale Charge of the Food

:\f"t religious I an eccentric character disposed Club on Thursday afternoon at |
articles are over noiiOnehalf I at cost which is almost Icon -t the
a ?
I unbelievably to btginnini more projects the public hbrar>. : ALBURY
H..ntIlli. and SON
: small. than can be firu:hed Some of service Club

S ft it goes, in every field of enterprise. these people become very brilliant Today The Citizen say- in an I We Specialize in All PIlf\'F.: Tropicana
Kinds of Keen Signs
through their education editorial paragraph
} : of the people seen to think FJ'N'.pMplcworking' in a free enmnomy.liave while others, eemmsly! alert and "Once more the Administration|i and Lighting Stripping 6IJ5-I1 STOCK ISLAND

they Lave "been ctimtnlssionfHl (en tell the'tTtw made the Amf'r.t'mt&nel1rl. of living infFTnous are in the midst of i i jis in a qnandary It cant .10..ltlt. j j'vrhrtlir \. ...-nef.... \\ill* "e'6e' I PHONE: r

( JIllffh.t they can do. th- envy of the world. trouble the> time and l vexatiMi nearly all rice." to seek r soak tilt. 'i I: I .. and aril.. %I.acre'I VI. 1II., I 122S Hoiiix()! : 7 P.1'I. i to .) AJW.PHONE


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Fall Hogs AreCalled


DES :.IOI ES. i.1Yb. TS

f.umPrh... breed f..r I..II pi?

this seat should be n a to' -H-

ble position writes FRJIOI.- \

Kuu h. managing ciiiior vl "In1. .

Faun S.'i n- Hut inpr .
the nation's only sourer for itvlmg. -'

. up meat output. he ,-j.j- -.
Cattle numbers have l>rt-n
dos nnill since I9-T5. end lr.3.'>

daughter never makes up a \ r
large share of the total uveut >j:.-

"The rn-< .m iati> i ; notir-

k favorable today hut thin > 1.11
lit different with a good cor-,
crop rat fall" Kulishvriife

"Odds fax-t a larar-r- : 194S % r. '.

crop than the p-j.'r haix5.: r.f
last fail! M'fc-t (farmers...,!, ?>
The h(r and curt pricvs at .,rc&-

y ing time in m..king their biiCin -
1tz : plans. S., xvi- cant v\p. ct j

,harp incrvavf in hy s WII:.' r -
licfore the 194 >sprat pi- ioThitt ..
should put die ravine: I >

k breeds for fall pigs tn!- jejijt .-
favorable pt.ltIOn.-


J 4 f A GiveAwayThe

Y t F class hail been givi
gy IY'R tt
'. {'' difficult sum to do &..

homewoik and. straastt:: <> !fc-
late Toinmv. UK dune..f Vliis.

a Y 4 was the only ono with ihrtoini't
r a a.
an'jww."DAI .
a your bis biotrnr he!.) >{tU
.l _aeQiJCetlXe. '"> of Lek S / with this. Torttmy?" eased :'It"

It.-'ht'T. .
IMIKKKLLA.\ . ..InnIllyth S' O\\ \\11111': . Suit ilrrs find mulching */<./*. .UI.DM.OCKS . .Irllnr.nin "Xo. sir. truthfully iq..J:td

.1 ,..,."r. u nifftfhuckit hf rill rear it jr
-t ,1r"1& / jMislt-l vlntinbrav. llir gri'alrnt (i/ "flS" ircO"C true rfenifnml hyJ xhirrir trim, rtnrii ltnnr .\ in the L'nitwl States claiming -
close to half the count #'s
,. . / ,.rC J ttrtiinn.By .tint
p''Pu.i\ as lneml>ers. '.
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DOROTHY ROE In 1942 ttimmunity -
. Associated Press Fashion Editor ., able cotton: chambray in solid color pastels and stripes.. In the the Unitwl State. ,E:-

jEW YORK.-Not all movie tars have tastes that run to new longer length. all 'are suitable for beach play or informal M"in"J contribution* of(rom the an .v
erase of :!3 percent jjopulatK.n. -
.1 r sables and sequins. There is. for instance, pretty Aim summer parli-s. .

Klyth. the 19-year-old star fast rising to first magnitude in the w
Hollywood lirmrment.

Ann. whose Irish blue eyes and infectious mile l.av.'fon:

her both fame and fortune before she is old enoug hto .rot's has V1si Nurs {;

not allowed her dazzling film contract or the growing piles of t I

her fan mail to go to her head. She clings to ths you'hfullv

.imple styles that suit her best despite the fact that ?ho corld Kat1tl HcWi'isCltAPTFR
afford to be dripping with mink and diamonds. M_

During a recent shopping trip to New York. Ann chose a
group of summer cottons to take back to Hollywood-and the 13ttT f Liner ergs .in, if .t '''' h... .1. rv' + ere?!n.on h"r c da. "1 :nUS.C {',\,
youhen! you luivtl.s utuin" : : '..t a b,>ut Jinm> Mui. e:
duost expensive: of the lot was S16.95. They were the same kind .> !it j L.jC" :\IJI1IE' j>kd.. :t tie
Anxway. >w th,* i i.eei -asc"it thv nj
f dresses that all the will JL a Knov.-jn; ;lvant in her boy ::jd. -p ;
(> rimple. Cashable girls over country ,,', x wd "Drd it work out like trembling painfulh'tihy do I ] 10walt have t'. Rive my wax 4
be this rummer and for all that reason Vie her eye j tn- Sh- Went on to tell :.f *
wearing persualed : ->u wsni>.-d. your teens out wit'i i! haw to go back the:t'. ever :Vhy ]
to pose in them lookinq like America's kid sister. : -. u rUhoui>2 nun? AH arc ,': can't I ytav alwayswith you and |i i4her rum thing of the.rgi.-
:Mr. Lanier ? Oh. Mis It iJy. I'd nunthf and Handy had tvd.
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The dresses Ann chose from of
were a "storybookcottons" I
group I be so awfully good I'd try ,...1 j Her nth.T oai"j that -tie u,ii'j
designed by Dorris Varnum. who turns out clothes for :\ '. Mimi'HiUrid chunk herd 1, "
hard -- if only I could! He look,1ed help alt she coul-i ashe frit.
junior mUses: from Miaou Beach to Walla Walla all at pricesto .. a : ..u'- .:.puttcatly this I at h.nt v, h-; big dark et'>l her dau(hl'-r. that m.Jhe: a TKK-
fit full of anxious pleading.KildrmTs I nan ,-'uIJ know mote than aoc-:
a schoolgirl budget.
Y -ii'iv kddi.f yours* IF there! i heart twi-ted within Seer at t.rneJimmy -.
The dresses have a storybook look and are made tn wath : dieter i< riidf rlUi and
I her She also felt a s-.nsc of fear I did not Ieep ""t>U. H<*
T .!.e.. !. -.n't !-..:'? lie ju-t djn't Randy could be right he usually I: fttni and turned and tal,..,) in
>'.'. r yet: h'- -t mat busy prac- was. Cut no. the mutt nut j I his leep all t"I ht.u.the night
Sweden\ hints 'is; i.:} Aih..rt,1 fiat you gotta I think that alit trust work rf;aiiift I, Tw'vc HIM..-" gut ;ip to so: in !.)
tt'!.-3y. is prrtct'ci- h.m. ando I lit. -1 haidiy see how could h.i>'. Tie >''eend time he clung lj .>
i practicingD.n"t you i be possible. J 1n1ft}); She lAd to I I j h...:" :.nti iTM-d and j.d hi- had ;.....
Plates) i \ <.u lovth ni give Uf>." t I tell him th.ti uth. but she teniixcd I i lid d'ram about g,.inn h:.,-k tcI
Ship i t was 1.\boat >!K- fad decided I the truth slightly, adjlD,1 i I the H > Bi't she timid be wrons "If .it \\\ a'. I'd do what I '' . i I come fur him ,suin. lll<;Ir -Jlhed
STOCKHOLM. tAPi Swe- ., .r fill Uiixly was about: If you'll tt Y wen harder next j ,,i,.- him abet sh- could reminding
-- :..I'Url.1;: "" w....; ,,tuts time when you're back the 1 i i him of her p:'..m:..t' tetsi
d.n. one of the wo let less a'kU1uu I I,
r ',' dnTgiVv up t< o easily. Home, maybe we can a : k thingoat -onie way if po.-
Wt..n". I" testing a ,' .tit JmmIw had not plan." i I IsiblcIt I had liken im the prop -
Ti U becau.-e ot an iniiK-ndin '. I 1. That could ba start for The little boy',; cote were !oc'I I I t.n ..t aln net a wholepromise: :!
Imitate of chip plate. K EJjc ., Unl'-s *he failed tvthv radiant wall icy at this njllpi. ', n >w. But the littl-- buy went bal k
W>>s..ii. Managing directoi ot ..r.d i....|- tu :ttin>'t in the .>nn.s<- that Mildred wi'h.' on,' : t., -1.p after thnt. He looked .-.e
(:... 1 o\1 kt.n- 'UuII.It'J'!. oi the I :..t K.u-tU' had been ri ::ht. I WM> had to 1-..ok away Site ktK-w i peaceful. Ion?, curling dark l-.,lion t
'"SIO'l.h..lm' Y 3,,' ='HctuIJ not do that she he I'Uj'il not to hays gl\'t.'n hmI ,i his thin pale tarter that .hoi!
new mototship :. I .\en that rniU h'I"Yet ).u !1! -ouM not be "". y th',ush' roe;
iiii| upun returmaR troiii the ; i. \ .- him all right" HiUlrcdi | never could tell >,.p.c; -thing'l,' felt julty. If th-rt- was i n.thn.c'm"'e
'United States r.e.'ntly'N... ( thc.t wit-.out re,irvation..nt might week rut some day Mean-s' anjejic than a child a-! <.-;J
(tMtney tin get lip plates in the wrariiy.hut it's no use, whie- if that hope would help 1 -!\&,. did not know what it \\a-i.
'U. S.:' .: -pec.allV Cine the aigu- Jimmy to carry (iai. it -cenicd aright (I Again she thought, as she tun-
CluiiHtt foi Sweden &4. g.-t >r ip .',' \\ .' just hud." If she knew t'urig Ui gi.\- to him. ] bk 4ulr& m other etrtintruEn;.:- 1 U. ;.s. are was *> conlidciit They had a fine time in the park 1 talk tt ali liver with Lucia
,.!d. h \vould never quite for- and after suppei that evening 11:1- toinoTMAThat is if it were p.""k-
tanu. BeU-iuin or ( t rnian> areitin.NJdeixl < f"< r tor h--- m. ii!>i>rdn:tion dred UH k the- boy to a picture ':..It.. -incc his nu.t"'lOld o
lni slim a \ -s he1'1 in thi-s cuse ofy :how -- the kind of show a little I present But I. tcien. >he frit c<.i.tWicnt. .-
;pokefiuaa for the Ea .k-ts'i :- .nj sh ac>.krwwcdcd it. boy delights in, with cowboys i I wotiM fully untit. :tan4
hipyauU .4i>a. The lett-nt t-.ute MMY: LmiktU so badly when riding and suns pping and .. I!! ind Mtre with her. if Randy d 1
a:t-n.nil between Sweden and J I'.l-i- ,. t went tu fetch him them cumk- for good n1l..''' u", i i I nil;. She was glad she had such a
the ttiu.r.ia !'p.'c ifittt that SwodcnMill day it was a Sturrnwon. "I hoxit was nut *oo much ('1-1 I friend. She was glad new she w..s
get :.t/.INba lullvie .lied ., '''- her hlf-d J) off etenient."* her mother who.had ,I| Ruing tn the KM at house for til,.
.; I:I!tilt'd aces aiurr.ud. accompanied them. said, after ,, ..ttandy' -
excl.anjtt l<
tit -,1-:rlJn'- s-he ad gently. as Jimmy had been put to b -d on the !:i w.-,
delivery Hint "i.'. How hi:! a ...n ,i- they were Away from the living room couch. "IK- is a dear :I[ Itobin called for her he could I.KC
|hiit of the.-- prinuuL. will tr. -!"'ii". ndn : man' pen: bus that little box- Mildred as you said. It !i, the little boy-j.nd hr mother (. r
.1.111 liLle:> is ..t;n ancert-itn. flOWER ETIQUETTE . It is \.i.l take Loan past the park is lovely for us to h.svc hint but 'i! a rider Tha t w.>uld be a treat for
S".n. "lui'Y"I..l; in 1947l.aui.clicd correct to wear a corsage on .1 >.htp.V.m thp way. "Have I1 wonder . do you suppose it :i b.'th. of tnrni and IJabin \,(..:
'. n a big boy, as 1 asked sood for him? eke ; Like .c\oeUnt (.'I'\' ojf" Jmlll.1
; you
u'r !ill m." hart ve-- the left shoulder with stems '. oc I really ii : .yosuppose .. .
; it could make it liardcr.. | Luew-n wis !'vk.nd.. s.. syr ?
-c-ti tu1..tI.n 33:1.ItIO 1.)1" down, the flower .
as qrows.In patSetic. when once one 1I.hlotun:
The: child hung his head, refus- I! the going-bai-k when this is .
-- -- ---- tiiuet her eyoi | over?" i as he neatly was . .
til,.:. YOl SMI Li:? 1940 ihi . I >"I''n .1'. ? :u not scvtdinlIlildretl said. I "Ilcuse d.wTt tart that". Hildrxl :i! But it wa.. I"..indy Hildrei
adult in intI nit." w h<. .IU'vr you tried. rOt Jimmyi |I had not met t,. give h. r rite-awu-d about 'hi-n he tiuu.i/
Latest had M>n> nt' IM I... than the 4n i I c:ono,,t t; k.e you away for ; mother .-u1 a sharp nrply. Cut dozed elf toward dif. hint
Style ;rare in ti .A. :; or iPtm z<> 'Itltr.: she would hive: to haht'r'i (1.n br e..nliHB.-

"lh.a." ,ik.d Uic little a''i- .
libiii "Lntv .ii Miaifch:?" .itf
__. .; vii. hu."l.and-ieipltett -, *:sr/ eis"t a ...tIj( 4W -
Jli.putu.nil. 'u'- oil :-lMiiutilxli.iight. f y,
\ Now. io hum : ,..- .ct

(' .. iit.aJ,"
Irirt "..i"- the little w..n aniVlt'iUyl
: "I-1 III "iive. lo acktKen.
.* This isn't tinsoit'ot hat
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Iii Lnt'U ..t led hut ,ti-el can njwt
jiW-a ui elf while it is buing4fsed !

.: xiithout touching it
icciianicdllx through the u-e of t

aa s. i
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The total income for the Uniol -

States ruse (runt STtJ billion

'1 MO to about $WU billion in .
' I BUS SUBdine ia front of the bus In whW-h they plan a vacall trip U the John Bell family .f Ellendalc. N. D.
States mu.""eunu employ : Left U right: Enjit. Mlnston. Franklin. Lois. Leonard. D n .Lt.ut .,5u0 '''....1 jlr. BelL > O

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SICIUIISArrange- f U.N. Pacts and Faces . . . VENEZUELA


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i Information for the AiherlisrrBi
Local 202 of the American Federation I CA CAS C4YAg6i il ."

of Mus""lans'iU again :. ron .f.ll.lH ... I .. r"Wt'T..
I r..r c r a I-
m a
re tr.
this year give a series of various .O BU1HFAIK n r.: ...I.. t-n"tt.wrwi.: :-r '
m '.. .1 a.l\vr'w.. r+ tt tb ledger-
entertainments tree of to tin- r. u'ar
+ r M.
m-nrv "
...''] 1 W.M'V/ vT ,. .. their
sav crvutiaoi ;;: goal " ad enh.,
/1 '
the public. Some of thl'e': will A r .:
; .
/ Gl40/O BOUref 5 :rl er/1: ..r 1 :.. ..'* '- *el
lie given by the local itself while I / AfwFUrE. ',a irUl'l. f ,," .lyre.t"r ri"I.M-TI: ) itI.Isy
\ tirrr.tuhc.; : t.:.. : :n-. T..r ,, ;.
ithers will be co-sponsored by thu vjl' I the :S: ., z ;:.. a t''' I. wS_ 3M:r.....*

dill ietnt civic organizations.These ;: ,,---/ ;.- :I w..rd.The iL'Tk5Sf,"..... .Slr r r_ ..%...,,* iw t4.. --'II6Dr'tit.. ii r
/ /wa.ihatioa. ... ,.
performances are given / the tint li words ..
order the auspices of the American .. "" ,
: .

Federation .of Musicians.Jamts 'l"a. ",-"./ y .... I All ad O'rt.c...", ;,... 1.'p.1 nn.l-r thf...ti.-aio2 ..n.t.I. 'onIn !tb.
C. Petnllo. president the :: 1 . ntr.-i Tip. s -tj
ir..n .n alit .
ev.ut or .rrer in J.s.i'a:
ff I\ ;: 'i ifi.a % .
International Executive Board I i's' (mmI n+t rotn in f i..rti.tnti

I and "Local. :O:!. The Music Appre- / /- 81t i part r.sp'nsit.l.i Iii..,...r, thad'trti'...vol'.....I.i.&.t.rr..r. fit..n.:...I-i.10.. "'h.. t.....1.. ...." 'its...r cr.... .'.. pod bi'ti'. .:LJ

. Ration program of the American CARLOS EDUARDO STOLIIl /(/ I -.r. :
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Federation of Musicians is financed f:- i. . . . . . .

by" its recording and transcription ; Jr C ,iiiL :r J HELP WANTED-MALE : WAnE TO RENT ,'

fund. This fund ..
was : // .. :: -:: ,' %_
raised through a rovalty on rcconts ., :.::. ;:....;....;.;.. .; ;. Sales trainees, two time Ke West Wanted To Kent-Naval lwU:;:rand

and transcription made by !I' ; " ''i"1 ", The birthplace of Simon Bolivar-the 1 area. immediately by I.*IRI- established family dire Jhree- .
Federation members. A total ot 'I'*<..:';;"; .....:4.: ."; great hero and liberator of much of Latin I company with olfices .....m home- Call: 1127-J. "f,

1736721.62 will be spent l.v the !i :{:. <"., .t. *:: -" + :: \merica-'eouuel.i i> the northernmost (. in all principal f>,rida e.tE's- Jun5-3jz:
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Federation in the United State. : ."..' .' :.'. country of South America. In the modern I The right men can make a lifetime -
and Canada during 1943 and January ;. world Venezuela has great importance asa connection and guaranteetheir STORAGE '
1949. "r. 4 first-ranking producer of petroleum. .j
future. Give all -
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Coffee coconuts and cotton
In 134T the fund financed 10.- - cacao uar.
first letter. Our -
other of the country, whose climate t in representative Red Brick btoiagc Co. Furniture
495 performances most of them important products ranc"fre"
will interview Key ;: or commerciaL Phone 79ft.'. ,
steamy tropic to that of lofty mountain.rit'ulture fur.
for veterans' hospitals and other
West week of June 7th.
institutions, for dances i DiMeS a livelihood for most of \"l.'nuuda'sIZOO.OOO people who r juni-V
live n.some 3 t.tO. square miles of land. Venezuela is representedat I Box BLC. c/o Citizen.
cutnbatting juvenile delinquency. ,
United Nations headquarter by Ambassador Carlos Eduard. junS-lts'I FOR SALE ;
and for public concerts. In many
It.alitutht..- fund was ; StolL Venezuela's flag has horizontal gold, blue and red stripes .

for encouraging: continuing responsible : and a semicircular row of seven white stars in the center FOR RENT !,' Bungalow small store biifbditriij

civic musts: nroM'f-t.5 --- -- I ___ i i I and lime grove onfour' nitt

The: 1943 program will be decidedly I, Store to let 35x60. At 218 Simon- :i: Ivts. size 50' x 120' ea h. mgp6d

fcbiRser and better". on j Copper Supper :('"('( Dance I'y : ton St CaD 1L Altman. Phone :: section. This can be bought Oa
tic basis of advance projects: bei i i 682. Jun 1-t!' easy terms. Jo .n.uri & Jt l.ik

submitted by AFM locals. I AVirv JJ'ir' '). Club Last Ni !htf\
':Thc musicians appearing on 1 I Nicely furnished 2-bedrwni hone, .

tlmtP programs locally will be.members I -hot and cold running water all of Local 202 of Key Great Success: Con [{'. l:y Couple electric.,, all conveniences. S125 ;i 9-inrii 'C.'trKnc., $&.5C} -

West. They are paid at union | I month. Phone 1C4-M or 73. 1 t & Co.. 846 O vh. cornet

rates: from the share of the recording j' The copper supper benefit.1I I may3161xCharming !{ Packer. Call 1597. jianl-U

allotted and local 202 transcription for spending(fund in j 1 1this dance!Wives! Club sponsored which by was the held Navv Ij.-i Maine Nature I!1- huoie. 1O12 iutharcl.1500 I sheets. 81= s 11, white news

I IWaller night at the N. C. C. S. Serf 11'-t:- Amman
area. t 5t'- Press, Citiz
two large bediouii. two bath ; of
II men's center on Duval street tn J .
i celebrate the 12th anniver.anof ; Sliih .Or20Yrs.With IJICDned bi cezeway. JUIK- :i DuiMnig. Phone 51.

lleebe the national organization of N. W. : 15th to November. Phones ; may29-W
jItiiys j -
C. A. was a great success. 673-R. jun3-3tx '
j f Turtle] Preaing Club. gam buain,
Apartments i I I Supper was served from C:30 i good lur4\ OIL Reasun003 for.aeJI.a& .
i I to 830. and by that time when i New> beautiful"rUlol"hl.d onebedroom '

I I the general dancing for the evening EAST \ .PORTLAND.. house. S5.00 m ,nth- I I Duval Street. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ceebe.
-began moot of the food wa... ly. Call 1317-K. jun4-3txl junj-6tz:
2310 Harris avenue bought the .--lU-iokl Aiwoud &.
gu'hc although soft drinks., It."e. )1-1
four-unit apartment at 703 Emma cream and cake \veie scived the ackknie!( have a sate in 53 FOR RENT-ROOMS Wrapping pIJInuf various si s.ArI1Raa .
street for $9.800. I
rest (.f. the evenina. an Mr. Beebe also purchased the I The music was furnished by encountered 20 years ago. In the j Jun 4t
four unit 120 OVERSEAS HOTEL I .
apartment at Angela .
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the! Three Shaips onhe"tJ'a. with [ spiinu 01 1923 Atwood and a companion :
street for SI0.50011'. Beeberays i 917 Fleming Street l 1947 tlark-y-Davwun motOR .
carved their initials and
a meinber of the club as the chanteuse '
he bought these properties I for the evening. Mrs. Kath- { the late on ;. turtle they found in I I Weekly dates I Phnne IKj-J. jun3-3ts

as an investment and is furnishing } let n Ahenant w ho was an Wevmouth Brook.Thtn $3.00 to $10.00 without Lath i
tt-I j
them. I I IFred 'tractiveaddition! to the orchest'. \ears lat,,!'. Atwood found $12.00 to $1J.OO1"th Bath ; All. types of restaurant equip
i iI
Dion realtor, and Walter I' !t
t the shellback I jiliil ment. Inquire 1299'SinourtoaPtr.
A )Itttt bug contest was one of | s.uie plodding
Beebe, associate lepiesentod the -------- .
the highlights of the evening and around George tfford"s farm. 2 '-? jun-J-Su

parties to the transactions I I was \\'>n-by Ida Soriano and Dave miles term the b.o'k. He carted I FOR APARTMENTS I -- -------- .

DriscolL who each rexfived a !, 33 und once more released his Notes (Promissary Jc eactt. Art

Hairy James lecorclms as a pii/4. ,'' old friend. Recently Atwood had Furnished apartment. rooms I man Press Citizen Bldf. shame

The WeatherHHIKCI4ST I The jud_e. were Miss IlIlda C *stillot 1! another encounter with Mr. Turtle and bath. Maid and janitor i 51. marlA-tf
Mr.-; Jeanne Reynolds Ind-, at Newell Brook, two *mile I service linens and utilities _____ _
: '
Joe Kan!man. |I'>Weymuth Brook. furnishedSummer rates. Coral Magee Clwf gas range.fl t

I At '10:00 P M., there was ;t.} If the itinerant recognized At- Hotel Apartments, opposite I Las n.'fng"r:. Dar(, .

Hoar- sh,,\) w huh leatured Bttty: I j| w" .(i i* pu.h.iblv knew \\hat to Post Office. .iun2 20 x ; Hjibkbed. chc, t of dr c '4,

Kiy Weif and Vicuutv'Partly and Bob Simpson of the School :j' expect and ::<>t if. '4::. I vanity bench end tablc
< l.mdy: with not much c'unge in of t iD. with --
j !1-e. several of | Efficiency apartments. ul utilities ; Whitehead Street. Phone t
temperature tod.iy. tonight and I i I their pupils contributing their ) .lIIlIlIlIllIIllIIaUlIlIlIm"/IIn'IllIImIllIlUlUIIIH: furnished. Adults onl '. Also i jun4-,Jz

Sunday. Gentle to moderate talents: to its "'Ul'l,('",;. Mis BeatriccMt :! Whufs I sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $l2.

variable winds. I >ren), wa.- at the piano :isj i Doingat double. Stutz hotel 410 Flc-m- j i Mans Rotlfest bityckUR'd twoweek.

Foh-ijUi. Partly cloudy, little! -accompanist.. Betty and Bob !!! the i ins Street. junl-tf : .;. A bargain fct $-3. Sit

change in tempi-ratuie. today tonight t.<-ptntd the show with a beautiful'' AR.MEI SERVICES I I S..rwII Streetf ,,ion_...3L..',
and Sunday. w sH*number, titled Our Walt" I Furnished 2 1-2--oom apartment !;,

..Jak.soIn'lIkttlluUgh the Florida -I folleVVd.:by Muss Doloies L .ek-v I I l .M.(;..\. I I Utilities furnished. $69.00 I j Cocker Spaniel puppies thurouglrbrvd -

Straits and East Gulf of Mexico dancing "Dance of the Heed Jackson Square. Whitehead I I II monthly. Couple r4y. Apply !, and registered. Five week

i : Gentle to moderate variable I Pip :'from Tschaikovskv' Nut-j i and Southard Streets 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tii: ..M. US.OO..1

winds today tonight and Sunday. : cracker. Suite. The next number 11II11r.JI/'i,1.i.lI11n.hliinUnminnuutnuuului' Phone 1569-J.
Weather partly cloudy.Jarksvnville I was lovely acrobatic number I i i' ; Completely furnished new effi- jun -lbi

to Apalachicola: performed'by little Beverly Maluny.'t Saturday I II I ciency apartment. 'Electric 1'I!

K.. small craft or storm warnings i j c;. Stallinss of the sec1 I 8:00 P. M.-.Movies. frigcration. Continuous ho j

have ten li.iudReport. i hon baltc. sang "Old Man Hiver"I 10.13 the P M. P....% Dancing on I I water. Phone 215. junl-tf{|j Washing 50.TO. machine Call ,1536-J cowl eonditirtt or 13*.

I and an encore and was holl.t.I'i patios I
SeminarMISCELLANEOUS* i iufi3-ti
i i Miss (:ail Wallace dancinx the Sunday 'For Rent-Small furnished apai1 jmerit :

!' "Oveiture Minaturc". again fiotn i it 9:45 A. l\a.-Ja\'a Club, discus 1 i 419 United Stivet. Apply :.
Key West. Fla.. June 5. 1913 I j jI
son Gioup.
Tschaichovfcky's N u t c r at. k e r 1224 Duval Street junltf.Studio .
(Observation taken at City Office. :: Suite.: 54 tty Simpxin then data 11:00 A. M.-'Co to CHURCH I
8:30 A.M.. EST) 100 her beautiful Swan Dante. i Parties." I J I I Washers irons vacuums turd

Temperature with her tans after which fault 3:00 P. M.Classical Hour se-j I apartment r.or i.Mipleri 1 i fans repaired. O'Briai.t, Phone
third fkwr.<1 gallery: j jovierlonkins 116-!-M. junl-tl
Iliffhest yesteui S7 Beverly Maloney danced the lovely lections announced. I i old KtW f<

Lowest last night i3Mc.m' !I Arabian fK'- by Tschaikovsky. i! 9.00P.M.-Fellowship Hour on iI t aar- ;''
I the Patio. Sin I den$75.00 monthly to N.r.j1st For all types woodwork contact
PO W. C. Stallincs then sang i j Community lease. All-clix--1;
Normal Cl "Bec-ause" followed by Betty and ing. Beatrice Moreno at the or yearly I n..b"ts Cabinet Shop. 888
Irk kitchen.. combination I'
: Piano. show- Caroline Street. Phone 1437.
PrecipitationTotal Bob doins then famou... n.'zl'an |
last 21 bowls .00 ins. Samba \\hich via the final nwmbcr ;! 10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. cr: and tub bath. Can bc.'n' Screen dour, cabmets of all

Tonal this month .00 in'. 'on the floor show. j i G. S. O. tneettnga 'Girls Scr- only after 5 p.m. 419 Carolin--1' kinds. wiDdo.ttCeD..-:. ekt'SJII..dy _
St. Phone 1I2-.J. '
Delktcncy this month .56 in- I A rhumba contest was held at vice, Oi sanitation), every 2nd jun4-I } niade-lo- cder
S.79 ins. and 4lii Monday.j : junl-ttz
Total thlTal eleven o'clock hick wa \\ on :
Excess this 6.67 ins. Ida j Game Hoom; Chinese Chcckers. flu ntshcd apartment. Apply upstairs > ----- -
yeast { by Soriano and Ar mantic. |
chess, cardo, pins-pons. 1013 Division Sticett !' v7arnin ---11x14 tt1ib.
Relative Humidity jDrajano. A Xavier Cunat rvcording | j special
at 8:30 A.M. was presented to each of the writing desks library, POOI.j ju.-3tx ;l care holders: please iuv t>e>e

;>;:. winners. The judxes for this number 'i magazines various table = !! before their vcar's deadline;; ,
Barometer were the saintthres' whimjudged trtc.I Furnished. mud fof'n apartment {I whk-h is September. EvatiPilkmgton -

(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. the jitterbug c..:wtvst. ( Si'owei.-. tenni.- UK:kits, coif living; room, bedroom kitchen.i Studio.
(! clubs, fishing.; line, cameras, tile bath, utilities paid. 76(1 j
. 2>.$; ins.--101.V2 mbs.Tomorrow's The supper dance was -u<'h a j junJtbtiUbOltq
1 checking service film service Emma Street. $16.00 wtek.
per ------ -
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success the club nlanx to .
Almanac future ones. No deimrte time has nuiilin".; and wrapping packages, Walter Btfbe. 3-W-M ..r 106.ApaitnienL IJlIn.'il' i <.:\r.Jint Shop 223 Inn SI.fI et
Suns -:30 a.m. revels lUg messages phone booths.stamps 1 will lhv Jh
then will open
SHHset 7:11 I Uen set but piobaMv |
pm.Mornrtse railway service, !
be another danee -A-ithin a monthor express --- -- --- <- with lncrUl.JJ t..d 01
4:41 a.m. available to S.EHVICE PERSOXKEL. .i,iWe. !
I sixeeks.. i w a ppK 411 new incxpenbivc tV1.l"DI' fue
U n.t't 6:10 p.m. William' Street. '
- - - - juaTti sliprmt.and dr.p Now Moon June 7TIIMCS Lc.-lciuh DavisDirector..
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I ( Wi911tnuuuuuru911irlanlnlul': --I v daily except Th'1
Gerald Pmdtr Program Direct FOR SALE-USED CARS
and Saturday aftrtn<
>r.I 4ifes.ji.iiS.9l
N.C.C.S. ---I
Tomorrow'.m Wtt.\ei SiiieUiryj OIth.mcb1Jl' l 37. %- unr. *b tv't:.
(Naval Rdsc) 1021 Duval Street f j! Dorcen Cruz Informal I I und motor :i od ('vWlit "n. Must .'! Quick band -latrrxiry wits; i?

,E..:-lcrn Standard Time DEFENSE FORCES Dcik: Aide. !. ,.
) I set '
Going O\'tn ls. Fir-ti
_ _ ___ !'I I tuotj:;ht to mv lionsRes!
High Low : PROGRAMSATUnuAV reH nabl<- >6ffe Phone 15301V. '1 &itkUI Julia Street

:;::!O ;i m :5I a.m. nor:011' MKHTM 1 I 37 Rest Beach. may31-fit-: J14nj..3U;

1":0".1 p.m. 3:27 ,..",. oIlIlIIlUllllllllllllhaiJlIlIlIlIlIlJlllllllllllllllllllll: Ilr ri'KK 0.\ 1'\ UIIT --- -- '- -- --' .- ---

I, Ti.". 233 Boy Scouts oflTK.l
p -
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATAlkftneiice ILoo P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picr.ic ----- -i iii-;
H.I will hold a supper this even-
Station: Key West Fishing (sum UP in advance mg from:00 to .::t() o'clock at the I I
Time of
StationTid. Height of SUNDAY I| Saint Mary'Parish center onj j Key West Floor Covering Co.
!high water 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Communion i j Duval street. ,
Kahia Honda a
Breakfit Where'list j Ail nroceeds will the 132 DUVAL ,
j so to bcti- I STREET 1454
bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft PHONE
Club. U. S. Sub Base I :

No Name Key (2nd Sunday ;j edit ot _the troop.__ __h __ T lux Just Uf'f'" \in..tiii 14I '.' I
(cast end) +2h 20in > P.M. i:00 P.M. 1
I)1. -Fishing (.'; il4ns conducted by bid :1'I Exehuue Distributor
I I in
Boca Chiea Trip (sign up in advance). t| chests in U il ruined lc'c t ,

'Sandy PoinUOb10m Information services, housing:
:j neraiy $86 million. II
Cades Channel city maps. t! /or"Kentile"
(north endf 2h 10mf 1.4 ft. '
Religious literature library
One hundred thirty M\toll
oOo telephones, stamps, wrapping and!! thousand clergymen conduct the I ASPHALT TILE I
mailing packages railway ex- i churches of the United States.
( )-Minus sign: Corrections service :
orcss laundry
pickupi i '
l> be subtracted. available to all defense forces LOST I Makers uf tinf III ended t.o/ors fi

(4 -Plus sign: Corrections: tr end their families. i ---. ---- 1 1Dlclt.'k
be added. f!I ImSliaute MRS. E. S. COUC.1ILCS. U --=.1 Street. tot : i IIlCiulillgl'biJt; Blue &Iwr\ I

hV. Hour., Executive See"etal'7.1 :y, L -' vet and

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I ( >s : BENNY'S ; TROPICAL TRADER ,. WHERE TO BUY IT When r and certain there product U doubt buy or U as s to rrice whereto U needed THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU

1' Motor Court ............................................ ........ ........ ............................................:

Ownership 909() Sinn.iiioii-Management SI. :. ., Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS .Uf It t lh Fl:tintai I WE w E REPAIR SELL ITS"I]! : POOR. OLD. CRAIG .:

JjII Of: BENNY. FERNANDEZ. S, 1'1..Iy of Action Toys for the Children ; : We Will Call For and Deliver I WHITE STARCLEANERS Service S tat1t1I1.BREAKFAST. :
Serving SEE
8 to 11 5. OURSHOWING of Electrical Appliances :5- : 30 Years' Experience in Electrical Work Ie J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 1MFrancu :.

LUNCHEON.DINNER. 5 to 11:30 8:30 to 2 ..?...*......*......!*....- a....*...*.......e...ce .::. 211 Duval Street Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. and DiTislon Street : :
i : :' .................. "". '.. S ELECTRICHO- :I : 701 DUVAL STREET : : Tire Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories"Your : :
The llest ff/ Slenl.s. : t r .UO.1 .
Short Orders-Sandwiches : : "HOiviE' SUNDRY STORE'{ S S. *.:......&.....................................S : 822 SIMONTON_ STREET S: ...........PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"...........::
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At All Hours ",' Dry (leaning ........................................ '
II:: TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS .:: "Your Patronage Invited i "VRuciTATo E rjjj"s5751DRY [[ : : 24 a-::gu Pressing SERVICE :. ,. RADIATOR SERVICE ,,

t / t O)tn BAM Daily Midnight and" Sunday, ., : Ice Cream.. Proprietary Jledicu.'FUNERAL ffI i: Free DeliveryService i Pick-Up and NOW AVAILABLE_ .,

....................... : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : GOODS SUITS for MEN Ifffl'emi;: lteHiiriiip und .f1mt"im: ,

:..........Toilet*.....Preitaralions.. ..........and...eeeeeeeeeeeeeee Articles *., I HOME ijJ 1106 OLIVIA STREET :. anilOM1LN.. ... TONY'S AUTO AND ,

r ...................... ................ .. ; PHONE 373 Made I lii-Mra iirc : BODY SHOP
... ............................ Let Thule Serre J PHONE 282 : GREENE STREET .;
603 05
Jr'/co Sene Kest J ...................... .... ..............
GOMEZFURNITURE : MUMFORD I I and ROSS Specialising; .. ..................... ..

'!:i : -220 DUVAL STREET e WE HAVE NEVER J in ...................... .:............................................

CO. =- Exclusive Monroe County Distributors forCarrier ..1 BETRAYED NEVER A TRUST-WILL I Je eWE JVOIIlCn'Slllld : ,: :. .' .4 CAROLYNOrerseas Ill'I SHUll,(WT,Y'E.. ,t t5 ,

720 DUVAL STREET : ee . LOPEZFuneral c:: 919 St. .I
Air-Conditioning e e : Hotel Fleming :
.. Jiiiiil<> Fnriiiliire : ., Ambulance Service J *, Children's : : : : t:
nut i EIILn: : J. and Commercial Use : : : ..... DONALD I .
$33 Telephone 518 Service . We In .
1 .1U\ITt.'UF: : IJ ...u.................PHONES..s..................9150......, 2 . Never 2i !lpparel :, V' Scalp Treatments Specialize Hair l : 4

... Plastic Axminster Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum I J ..............................*..*...*........e* ,.............Sleeps.......... ........................ Established 188$ .. .'1 173STELL'S ALL TTPF. or HELK'.' ,K:.....C",,'Rn. ,,
I .............. ..,.......................... Licenced Funeral IU I' PER. "E"T "
i . :............................................
j RADIOS and I HOTOINTS Dircc i 'lui> and ...................................... ......\ J 1
t' i .. -Je At MYERS .
,. : Appliances j : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances i : lIIb.lllllt'r : : : BEAUTY NOOKScientific Rtf.;:: :

'. 2 "Terms Arranged: Wa..liin:, Machine* for Immediate Delivery 2 Licensed 2.1-1Iour., Beauty Culture -' : '
OPEN TILL : : in All Branches :;
2 MON. and SAT.P.M. 2eeeeeeee HOME APPLIANCE I ,. Ambulance : Thoroughly Experienced f' :

.. :: 60S SIMONTON STREET PAINTING Contractor Service, : Operators I :
eeeeeeeee ....................................PHONE.......11....: 2 FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED ," : : Soft Water Used Exclusively: :
.................. .. ..................... ............................ T.lephon.9127, lit Duval Str. t.Jefferson Hoteleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee: Phone 135 Night 696 .. Phone 637 536 Fleming St. .I .:
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:: PRICE TOURS I Ij : Key West Garden & Lawn Supply t If hen l(i* !rant FASTER, BETTER. J ....................... Fo"T1'f"1 Cuitoniei-s' Fnends and the Puhhl' Imtd, :
S : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1013 : i : : : : Salon I
FLOOR SANDING Frances Beauty t
Passenger : : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS '
Full I{ .
: RepreienUtifrs I Ifw : SUPPLY Line On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : FrancoPai k. Ow IK'r ,

: : : Full{ CAKDEN I SUPPLY Line : (titarunleed II ork Modern Methods : 1010 GR1NNELL STREET &

: FLORIDA EAST.i iI (onr/roira Sen.in1 and DrliierySa / ., I J. )DOUGLAS) TREVOR. i iS COl'.1I SHELLS .. Ucnnly Culture in all its I'haies

COAST RAILWAY 5S................................................. Ut::!'> [Harris \ Phone 137Ml : All_SUes : : / Facials Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp Mamcunug Treatments : 11

: ................................................. *................\.euuc...........................;.. S S : For Appoiniment Phone 1331 S ,.
e Mew Located next J ..............e..........I.................. COCOANUTSSPONGES ._.......................................
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!\ | DR. COBO'S : on dwellings- 2O': ;, Irirc Insurance : Landscaping: ( ) !!, 1 Marl :and Top Soil ., ,: .l\\I.s.: CASA CAYOREAUTY ;:.; I
: OFFICE S mere a n t i 1 e \
: bldgs house by INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL &.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : :;i t .
P1XMING: STREET 2 : hold and per MARL HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDS Will Ship to Any Part. / .. a'
J Rear of La Conch. Hotel sonal eiiects.Sjvt Mutual Fire Insurance Co. S Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of U.S. or Canada : "Soulbermnost House in USA k t
: 1400 Dun Street Telephone 1314 ,
4' All Policies NonAssessableJ. : .
.' : PHONE 121 MeunUIe- IV< on Marcy S. Palacio101 I : Expert Hair Tinting .Hair Cutting ; .
1021 Olivia St.PHONE
; I.. ( Phone 674 G, WEJE.CH ,c -Q
.. .: SltKO .nuop, Agt. Personalized Permanents Styling t. I
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: ................................................. ......0................................801......., : KEY- WEST.South FLORIDA Street ,: :: Exclusive Corective but Not Facials ExpensiT* L7 .I\ : ...

ii ....................*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei.. .. ... . .. .. .:eeee. eeee eeeeee:: ........... .eee* *::*::: .. .
i. CYCLE SHOP S JEFFERSON(j COFFEE:( SHOP() eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeREAL 5555555555555555555555. 55555555555For More Natural

Hide the HUH lo the : : B.&B. : US DUVAL STREETOpen ESTATE : < ._ Hair Tinting :.
: (:(11.1' COUHMHave -: : : + 'I "" or Finest
822 Fleming St. II. M. Dawtls.Prop. Phon Ion : Daily and Sunday, Salea' \ in Permanent
: 5 1'.11. lo A.M. : Waves . :
i d Ciislimaii' l ftlolor\ t Scooters i SERVING 1. 4 Appraisal Jt ,
: Dinners : : ( :
: Sales and Service9liiuldy Immediate Delivery) . COMPLETE Lease e"' Beauty
: BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches Rental ,., ,.... '\'... : 4
: Seals Rental Service ..............REASONABLE............PRICES.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Management Colony I
: Improved and Vacant --= 521 Southard ,
: TAKE BUS .....a,. ee eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee1'IKi Properties in Key West , ., ". '-.. Street
e. ; and Monroe .
NO.1. INSURANCE : County ; Next to Southernmost
1 t :> ? Beauty ,
t to the .i\Viiulshiehls : : J. OTTO .>ji fJ. School
: GOLF ) : ( ', \S"IM) AUTO BONDS : KIRCHHECVERREALTOR -fr- : All Licensed :
LINKS .i FootreataAM and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : ' BeauticiansSoecializinq
: / ; -.;

S: Fun! 5,S 5 \V1ON a BICYCLES and .: Key West t Insurance Co. :: :. Ill 411 Waitehead Fleming Street Street .> ,' r k tSt j- J Those Modern of inMost I


...................... ...................................................................... ..... .. Directly in Front of Postofficc ;:. Telephone 206( for \i| |>oiiiinientSEHABLAESPANOL'Beauty ,
...........*.......... ....:......:................................................::::::::::. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeINSURANCE i ............... .........."

1e..................... BICYCLE REPAIRED /...................... .............................................. !\ I

24 HOURS SERVICE FORWENT ] B AUTIFY I : : Good Work-LoPrices S ;
in Watchmaking J FOR SALE I l!
Daily between 9:30 AJ-L and 3:30 :
qualities us to assure Our Customers Must B. Your Entire House with : ..
P.M. "
Appointments are accepted
you accuracy and.depend. I Satisfied WflKf* ,, OFFICE from public by Senior Students of C 6 1..'.... Lw
ability in repairs . PHONE 1380 INLAID LINOLEUM 21tI'1l1 UU)
i Whether it is the inexpensive 920 DIVISION STREET : !.,'l 5 j
:STREET The l .- '2> .
S seven jewel or : 1 CYCLE STORE ., :
the most costly seventeen OVERSEAS or ASPHALT TILE Opposite_Bus_ Southernmost School
always '. ..,,,,.,,,,,,,,, .
jewel infinite care is .*... . eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. . . EXPERTLY 7' '
guaranteed. PHONE ISO : of Beauty Culture ,./
If your watch is not TELEI'IIU\E: US FOR ESTIMATE '
giving complete sat i DRUM BAR j1
S you an. 55 523 Southard Street \
isfaction. why not bring , s ,
it in? Our charges are ex- I PACKAGE DEPAR1MENT eyes t : -THEPorlcrAllen- There are number available with over 890 hours
reasonable. : : : of state approved instruction who know the latest
tremely 325' DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112Beet s "' : I I I ., phases in beauty culture.: These student beauticians
DAN VAROLL expert supervision of a licensed teacher of i
: "We Deliver" t
Co. beauty
It !! : culture, do good work at very low price Although
WATCH and JEWELRY ,. 0 Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town STREETovenng Company : appointments are not required it is advisable. : j
REPAIRING a Goods 130 DUVAL For Appointment Stop at
Work Done On Premises . .....Packaged................ .......................,..........1 FLORIT A... :...................... 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 537 : !
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515 [Heininj Mr Tl I :::::iiiii::::::...... ... eeeeeeeee ...........................................1 I

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; :, FANS '5 00 to 49 00 : : .II. by. '',,v )1(1m II hen ) (n fun: /fiiy /'orH les r : UOHN C U R RY .

: When You' Go : : and/ /'(,yMEN'S ..:1 1(1.. ..'ear "r I se'f r

: Food Shopping: :JIIr CII ur TEIDIS : : : : Regular $12.95 Values! $10-95: : : !
: Be Sure to Get . : 1 PANTS I 1 Regular $10.95 Values $ ,9S PLUIABING I '
: : : :
'. : .II. : I I-ul! ..." (:<>.\T SilTS II i.iruu.i." : (; : '

l/ISl A..( I 1 I..,di/J; .,' IlilatiES) ; Irl-alb I KrdiuedJustArriied : ,S ,...,,,1/......... mill/ IS.',nor ,
"C/7't1'V : : -,If'HIT URI"ES .
i l.t 'jk Couch Covers .Linens Curtains -Plastic; Table Clolhs .
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- BATTER 3IARSIIALL AT THE PLATE I ;"'' 111 il.I Ts.i.v.r ; ; 4't t
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VX-1 Beat Naval 1 J
Flyers(] x
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it,! Hospital; VFW 22, Dairy 4 i i L :V

ADAMS' TEAM sw IMP.)I. : ..

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1:1: :I'. :\1nUNS: : IN j Softball Twin Bill;i I ; :, I "

Tllllin INNING:' : .
Al Park "
: VXI .'I'usOn over, the Naval '\ .. ; ,
Hospital by a 10 to 0 score l b. uixht at IJayview Park. Turner's Spit, Shop ol Miami, M s.. f "
The feature of the gainc was will play a doubleheader ol t tI
tho pitching| of lU-nson. who retired Softball at liayview Park tonittht. :: : : :
tlM- :ii1c in order ior six First game will be against Cob' !
fraiiMv, bat in ttw1 seventh, hisrliuco Sport Shop leading club ir the I J I 'A'I I
for a pt-rioct. same was cit), and the set-ond game w"1 1 b r I L
r"i'lcc1Vh..n; Kick* poled nut with runner-up ill the league. V I ,.
f-t the part: I'IIT a dimhle.TH F. W. II I .
> noxt thn-o- own retired in 1 The visitors arc bringing. with \ I
"wxl'''-r.For. them I\Avell. who ha> pitched a : 1t i iI 1i
the Flyers, Arrinston, llor- '. no-hit J game this >ear. aim Je>o.' i:
IIT, ClrorJrf-rg.; : Cusson:;, l>finanisand AUniry. clean-up I batter .on Uw I
I II. IL.-OII eax-li hit two sari( Iv club who hitting .450. i .( .
and$ Iht- n hit* \ver !j-ood l f..r !.1 For the ItHalin! the tint. -:am..' 3 C 'A'S

I Laivv:. Jack Villareal. who is leading:: the f tt'.rrpln.h,1; ;. :
!In UK.* {field. Deinanis. GrosUrg. league; with .535. and Buster H..btrti. .
I lamer anti Ani i tnnvere" JW(\): Casado. .400; AccvoUw..
the star for the<<* winners and .300: Barber. .350: Castro 300(/: Al- take a hefty Ewing at bat in a soft ball game at Sun Valley. s cx
SteMllryllfrrinton and 1 Ilonkc bury. .500: are a few of tht !sei Idaho. The catcher behind the plate is W. P. Rogers. manager j jci tR< 'A'I
fur the hrcrs.So.rc ; the \isitors will have:: to I buck. the resort where the secretary is on a vacation visit.

: : It. II. E. { Hancock with five \sin; and nil -- --' - : x ,
Ilirpit:! .INN) <*M 0-1)I) I 3Flyrrst ..lieises: ItolHTts. 5 and no defeats. : t
t I30< :222::: : x-II 1 ) 13 0 are slated for iiiooriO duty. I .
i Win In Sixteenth
Indians !
)Marlin and Shadlc-y: 1 1It'lk'oo! j Fo:: the V(ts. Fallon. ll ak(',. ( 1 ,
and )DantanK Hopkins Villarrul. and Claudo ,. i
f f ....nlt' nin: II o,rner: throe-base" Valdez are all hitting over .400 ,:. w. care :
r. hn: Dan&nic; twoK> -? hits and Tym-s and IKuris are two 5 0 Senators .i 4+
to Blanking ) .
llrnson; 2, Citrons. Grhbjrg, I good pitchers. I IFEI.I.IIi ;S "
r I t 11.,run stulvn bu:=es: \Vhitrhurst.Cuss First, game will pet underway "
t .ns: struck otit: V.v Henson at 7:30: p. in., and Abe second at 1 : \M: > MI'\(.IClEF( : II I :
.r 7. by Martin 3: nine of saim-: ,9 p. in.
r )1.0.1:: \umpires. : Tynoj. and Villanjil Villareal and Tynes will! urn- I i -
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11 I' k: f''Or'rgllil:1r.: I r'>ire :| howr They Stand: ( .
I : 1:; Paul Albury will announce and 1 i I n; \1.1. ACAINST; NATS :

P''' In the second same the Veteij Affuilar. will IX' scorekeeiirr.. :.. i ii I
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.ns ,.f Fon.ign'an, slaughtered! OK. WASHINGTON) FloridaInternationalI
d.a Aik ins Dairy boys :22:!:! to 4. t
(si I -" T)iies pitched the first three !; City Recreation l flu, '.._i...... "r..o I Baseball League i

.. | frames and allowed one flit and NEW YORK. June 5.-C'eve' Club- W. I. Pet. .
> ne iuns.: Harris pitched the last land took a thrilling rxtra-mnin j Havana 37 21 .633 ."American printer writer patriot
I I ttd'ce and was touched. for two Program ame from Washington. Senators I Tampa 35 20 ..030i .I''rr ,
Fy hits and four runs. I lest night by a score of 5 to I 1 i Miami Beach 30 27 .526 "
Every: veteran hit safely, ex- 0. Cleveland made all live ,i (
runs 'St. Petersburg 31 28 .525;) }
: to i>t .6.0(.... Baker, Fulton and ; SOFTBALL in the 16th inning. Feller pitchedfor Miami 29 29 .500 ; Sj : diplomat and physicist. . I
each hit two. I i; Bayview Park. Night 12: innings holding the Senators Lakeland i 27 34 .4CC :; ,
In the fit-Id. Baker had four
TONIGHT col'ItM uncrit>f then ;
i West Palm Beach :22 34 .393 ;ii
: rt...nrs. Valdez: throe, Mastvns and blanked 1 the '
i First Game-Bob'-; Sport Shopvs. came in Senators Fort Laud.-rdjle 19 40 ..322j
eirhl and Fabian I 3 with fin cr- Turners Miami Sport the rest of the way. i
lors. tl. Lewis 'oulbt; three flier Shop. New York Yankees won from ,
for AdaiiLs to fr&d the pack. i I Serond Game--\'FW. Ti'rn the Detroit Tigers 7-4. last niaht. I I j Major BaM Iiall Leagues; 1 : .,
1 taker and Fallon hit taunere.. i I (-!'* : 1ilmi. Snort SJn j. while Philadelphia Athletics kept '
Score: P.. IL E. 1)0. pace with the Indians winning : AMERICAN I
.. .. Vet 129 433-:22:! II 1 WEEK from the Chuajo'hltt" Sox. 43. | Club- W. 4? Prt. From .
1 Adonis . 000 040- 438 i NEXT To be announced. Boston Red Sox won twice from i Cleveland 24 12 .607 A MASTER\ in many fields, parl) its proud le Ira l e. ,
G I iff.-n, Turner J. L3\xi i i", andJ. | t the St. Louis Browns yesterdayby i Philadelphia 27 14 .059 i 1

I>wt,,;. SaniLTynes.. II: Iris i I JUNIOR SOI'PfH.I.I.BayYiew ; scores of 10 Sj 4. anc 42.: ) New York - 23 17 ..." : Franklin served his his small Philadelphia( printing :.'
nl I Fallon.Home Crookl n Dodgers won a 1 to 0 Washington 1922\ .463 1 1i I'I )ell am1ll
runs: Baker. ...U..n; !; Park. Afternoon. : game from the St. Louis, Cardinals i St.I Louis ,. irSd.'Jofl& '! .
:. twohaiphit-.: G. Ix'vsi5. Meani.Villarecl : ' and Morning "last night. Boston Braves Detroit 20 25 ; ,444 ; early I apprenticeship n s a shop to) the giant modern :{
t: !11i:*>> o.n balloff: Grit9' i j Daily play._ won from the Pittsburgh Pirates.! .Boston 1324 .429):!! ) ,
| 5. off Turner 2. tiff Lewis! 3.:i 10 to 7. last night. Yesterday. New Chicago 10 27 .:!.
:-.df Tynes 2. off hallo. 3; .Ju.sLnfc; j I: TENNISBayview [ Turk Giants brat the Cincinnati I J .OI I lifer. At 16, he became) the plants of today, skilled( craftsmen
piichei; : Griffon; winning; pitcher -:i Park. Afternoon Reds 5 to 4, while the Philadelphia -! NATIONAL.. I pr
: Tynvs: umpires: VUlareal ami and Night I Athletics defeated the Chicago -i
1| Club- V/ L. Pet.INew '' of his have striven \
and continually
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Tines: jscc.rer Aguih.r.J ; !! Daily play.; Cubs 7 to 2.AMERICAN:!
I ; :: Yoik :22:!:! 15 .5951)

1 J Miami \Wild' l Cats SKATING .I 1 Night Game LEAGUE : St.Pittsburgh Louis :2118 22 I 16 .579..5331,,j own newspaper. for improvement and perfection '

I I Bar >ew Park. Night P II. E. Philadelphia :21 20 .512

; In Stadium Ball) I 1 i FRiDAY- Cleveland 5 10 0 .' Boston 19 18 .514 To Franklin American in the technical art ofprinting.
j i 7:00: to 9:00: P.M.BASEBAll.. Washington 041 Brooklyn IS 21 .462 pub-
I 1 Feller. Muncritf and Hegan: ;i Cincinnati 19 23 .45! '
Caine Tomorrow I i Hac-fncr, Fc-rrick. Wettcrouth and Chicago1 1524 ..331i : and in
r i Municipal Stadium. Afternoon ', Eaily.I i! ---- ILshing printing (owes' ) [ .

; Miami Wild Cats! one of the !: SUNDAY j| Softball Leacues |
>flnKt'at colored clubs in Miami 4:30--Pirates vs. Clown Night Game 1 S \
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Wildcat U. II. F.. Class AI j
will be down for a game;: iomorI I[ 3:30: -Miami vs. Key I
low at municipaltadium, going West Clowns. Philadelphia 470 Club- W. L. Pet. i j I
w In the first | aIlM'\ Sunday, the : Army Barracks. Afternoon Chicago 382: .| Bob's Sport Shop I 11 Ol.OOOJ ;
t>n a tour of the United States. ;' SUNDAY- Scheih, Savage! Brtssit- and Vets of Foreign Wars 5 5 .500 j ... s""t t
Clowns" will tackle the Pirates 1:15 Atomic Bombers v.; Guerra: Wight Judson and \Vei-) Adams Dairy 2 7 .!2:! : .',, 1t
This genie should be hard fought : Ramblers.: gel. ;; SubRon 4 :2 Z: ?o1) + + + t 1:
.for the Clowns will be out to i i 3:30: \-Adams Dairy vs. Sub- i! Class "B" I.) I
avenge: the whitewash admini-|j, non 4. !: Night Game : CIuO'W L. Pet. i ii
trod them by Ladies and Baker U. II. E. I:i Elks Club 7 :2 .7781 iI' j jKan t
last Sunday. Dean with Oscar McIntosh behind New YOlk 7 13 0 tor's Men's Shop 5 4 A:;t& 1 :1
It is expected that Lastrts will i the plate. Brown will, be at Detroit 4 G I Naval Hospital 3 n. 3331 t tVX.1
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J-Uirt and this time ro the full first. Gallagher at second Burg- \ nil1 -r. Page and Bc-rra: Trout Flyers 3 6 .333 '
locate for the Pirates.; ohy at third and Goat Smith at :: Ovcrmiie and \\'..gnt'r. Swift.
J..e Nan>rnt will ('alt'h.Ila- 'I shoi, with Alce. Richardson and I I : 3 j 1
real will be on first. Arnold atMcund. Butler in the gardens. i First Game I HAIFA'S JIR'1S11I'OI'LILATION For more luau:\ : lFears THE AKTMAiN 1 I'KESS has spared

I. Jim Albuiy at third. ; In the nights*. the Wild Cats K. II. E. RISKS I: : lI

Juanie Navorro at short andMaker will play the Clowns. H.&ton 10 10 Ui i r IIAIFA.-AP( ). The! Jewish effort to only the highest! quality printing. Earh l :
Domenech, Arango or Ma- '! It is expected that Thomas, willpita.h Si. louU I 400 :i I population of Haifa. Palestine. I)I I'I'I i no : I
Thin in the uutCit>J.!. Armando ] i
and McIntosh will U tJa.ahind j Dola and TcWn-lK: Stephens, I IJ
quadrupled between 1931 and
Acvedo The Clo1f1S111 and Sanchez start in reserve."Red" -First- the game plate will for the stait local at-1 1:30.:-.: : Drk-sewt-rd J and-Moss. I i i I 1946. t j':'i!' job, large or small, r.l'el\'l.S llic i full licncfil!l of lon? experience : :

FINM.ISTS I IN KR1TISII .IATKl UI Second Game K. 11. F. I I,I Kluttz.Bonliam. &"w.11 and Fitzgerald. (. in the I I "I'a: l I(-. ;;X C(

t I 712 0 I I I ; .*
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rr St. Lout-; 272 J IS.: II. F.. I '
(;l.-h..u.-c, and Batts: Zoldak.Witlmai. I I New York 583 I .\
Biscan and Moss." ., Cincinnati 4 7 1 }I. t
I I I Hanson. Koslo. Jones and Li-I ilk i ii ae
NATIONAL LEAGUE r i i insston. Westrum: Pvtv-rs 4m. Gum- :| \1 1
Night Game f I In. belt and Lamanno.i .

..utikien 1 ICOSi II. FBi :I i R. 11. E.!f'! !"5 With' Till-: Alrr! 1 lAN t : PRESS, )your personal) and: )your business)

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I : LOUISE SUGGS (left) of Lithia Springs. Ca. United States AT DAY YOUR OR SERVICE NIGHT . '. BRANDS of j j'' CITIZEN BUILDINGPHONE 51 5 .Mn

:, *women's amateur golf champion reached the finals June 3 in 1'IHNF 11711 Cigars and Cold :!
I .lb. British Women's Amatuer Golf Championship at St. Anne'stontheSea. : ?
England. She met Jean Donald (right) of Scotland: J JANE and SHINE I I I .
'in the 36-hole finals. They played for the title won last year SoftDrinks t I !,
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GUEST SPEAKERS TO 1 LITTER. OF THE' LAW OF NATURE ,Some Movie Fans i!;'I'least homes some where Christian they received teaching at

That is now the exception ratherthan
: Never Sa Bible the rule"
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EDIXCURGH_ -AP). -- A. report -
: to the Church of Scotland -POINCIANA- '

; IN LOCAL CHURCHES hildrcn deplores have the finding never seen that a Bible some i;

but do know all about the movies: COMMUNITYf
* The report obst'rvtsrw! >1"(>

Harold Russell To Deliver) Message In Ley J\le\ OIiaII when was o it tune gas, saO not -to-, aaatme far: distant that. f

most young people came from DUCK AVE. and 15TH ST. '

t Memorial\ (Cluing: ( ; Chaplain Travis t t

I I II Sunday School 3:45 A.M.
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To I n-. ,XK for All .1gpc
Talk In Evening Grace Lutheran -
I Swirr* Will HP Held! '

i-i.C.a-OUGE: RVY OF. COCOMJT: rilOVi.WILI.: : SI'EVIvT IIOTII SERVICES Church] i in Communi! Hall
1215 PETRONIA STREET i SI INn.alII :()() Ul.

. r TOMORROW IN FIRST) 1 H t 11'flti' CHURCH: (: ; SitE \KEIC 'IO VNISOUNC-: i Subject:

. r"* Ml) IN FIRST 1 PRFSIflTt. : Itl.jN CHURCH: : ; OTHF.R i NEWS: OF). C'. ( : Divine Services I THE BRAZEN' SERPENT's a
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Guest speakers will occupy the pulpit; of at least four of. the Key West Protestant churches ,
tomorrow and -- --- -- -
morning evening. : F. II. ZUCKER. Pastor

Due to the absence of the pastor of the Ley Memorial Methodist Church.. the Rev. Robert MMMMM FIRSTPresbyterian-_-- ------

service.w. Weaver e Harold Russell will deliver a message to the .congregation at the Sunday morningThen ChurchWhile

at the evening service, Chaplain Travis will show his travelogue pictures of Athens. AP Nevrsteatuies I Poinciana BaptistChurch and Washington Street
Greece and will the QUADRUPLET HEIFER calves the first in TRIPLET LAMBS fondled by Robert Hal I Pastor
give S. Avery.Men's
relationship of the ea rly Christians to the scenes that. will be shown. I Rev. MHrwse'
Immediately after the chaplain will give the sermon. I Canadian cattle history were born to Alvin bach.: 15. four days after they were born on

A guest speaker will Schmidt's pure-bred Holstein cow. May the farm cf Peter W. Schueler. Orchard .
at the First Church
appear Baptist tomorrow it was announced cod ,17th and 10:00 A.N.
ay. George M. Ray: of Coconut Grove: will be the speaker. at*- I Poniiftc Rag Apple Peg. at his farm near Park. New York. They were the mother Ladies' Bible Class. 10:00 A.M.
the morning and the evening services. I i N .ei-t.on. Ontario. ewe's second set of triplets. Phone: 11(4 M

At the First Presbyterian Church with. the Rev. Melrose S. !|I speaker tomorrow. morning at the> -- -. - -- - A. D. CTBHIANT. Pastor
Avery.still absent because of illness the speaker at the morning < !>services' in the First Methodist .\ 11 I : : services will be announced later. At the 7.30 p.m.,servicesthe -.I Church the Rev. G. Leon Wells I BapUs1IU t \ \ - Catholics) Czechs Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. ('Iiurrh Service
pastor, anounced today:. At the WHAT MAKES i Worship 11:00
Youth Fellowship Will be in charge. .. ,with__ Prrrro n n --- - services
roo:0:: evening Chaplain C C.
leader. itI French of the:USS Gilmore will Mel\ Subject :
Auxiliary pt .E HA pyIII Celling Togelhcr
The Kev "BEHOLD.
J. B. Reid, pastor of(t I''ciana i i, be the speaker; HE PHAYETH":

the Fleming Street Methodist!| Cervices Community will be h'ld'in Church. The The Kev Wlliam, W... Iliffe, acting -/ ......,.rww "... .... 6:30 P.M., Training Union .
church, will occupy the pulpit at''. theCommunity Thursday P.M.1.I PRAGUE.u'State) authorities .::lU( I P.M.,
Hall of First Congregational Evening Worship 7:30:
both services tomorrow, at 10:50a. pastor and Catholic Cnurrh of- ,
m. and at 7.30 p m. !I| At the Key West Church of ; Church, will occupy, the pulpit at -COMPANY2i hcrsls 1 have cOme to an agreement Subject RALPH FYllnHfrhip PAGE
'i Christ worship will be held at both and J l I The Young Auxiliaryof AillTup' "THE HEALINGOF Leader:
-Behold. lie Prayeth" will Vx morning evening services that members of the church:
the Baptist W. M U. held
11 a. m. tomorrow with a sermon a AENAS-
the subject of a sermon to be delivered tomorrow 1 would not be required to serveIn
scheduled to be delivered at meeting on Thursday evening in* CMPU7TECRAJWft -2's' volunteer labor brigades' and Vi::ilozs. Tourists aDd Friends
tomorrow at 11 -
a m. by I
the home of their Counsellor,
;, 7:45 p. in.i battalions that work Public Cordially Invited Are Invited to Worship
the Kev A. D. O'Briant. pastorof on Sundayson
CIIIIKCII Mr$ Edna Albury.
Divine services will be held at
the Peunciana Baptist: Chureh. (i WOQIIf'GA building projects. m mines
; 7.30 p m. tomorrow by the Rev I The Rev. Sigismund S. Laing, I The program was: presented by : mrtoets' Ii:9esx'Js I 1
The Healing: of Aenas" will be i A... ana industry and in forestry I.... .; ........ ; ; ;;
Miss Fairfield.
tlj. subject at the : F. Il Zucker, pastor of Grace minister of Trinity Presbyterian Nancy program work unless they are called out e .e..saee S e .....e... ... .. .
evening services chairman Miss
Opening prayer, "
at 7.30 o'clock : Lutheran Church entitle' muttC Aeoor in emergencv I

"God the Only Cause and Cen- Elijah Sands will display Flan Sincerity of Jesus", at i Marilyn Miss Peggy Bennett.Collins gave the'j' "'i The question was a sore point I t i ; The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
: nelgraphs at the Youth For Christ morning worship tomorrow. The I 11n because the administration called'
"ter" will be devotional:!, and NT\, the subject at the II VlACATtON.PKiCTiCES.
Rally tonight at 7:30 p. m. in the morning worship will begin at j t for workers to ('Orneout en Palm
a. m. services tomorrow at the :I First; Methodist: Churih There 7:30 a. nu and will continue at I Archer spoke on Missions. ,' I. Sunday for a national volunteer i : Haion anti Simoitlnii SlrM'l..

Christian Science Society. There ', will ben saxaphone solo by Tracy ; that: time through ,the month of I.I.I Miss Lorraine Nottase is' president :. tUDEM60pSatumeE work day. In Bohemia and inMsran. -
will also: be a meeting at 8 p. m. Fairfield a uuet by Claud Salis September I of the auxiliary. I >- 35 : the workers turned out.

Wednesday. md John Knovvle. and: music by : "A Witness for Jesus" will be : v Plans _were completed for the soiixr Catholics among them but j i .Sunday Services
W A to bE"rid "t
Elijah Sands will speak Organist Bennett and Pianist the title the cnr i the ilerg was distressed. In
onThe Marilyn : of sermon to be delivered 23. '. paa1Se4ARrc6' : 1 1I
Ridgeport, N. Cn June 1? to .
Brazen: Serpent" at the 11 ; Lorraine Notiage by the Rev Mr\. Laing at 30ettgaCg I I Slav'akia because of the religious I I : 9:45 A.M.. SUNDAY SCHOOL :
MISs Nell Rose Archer and MiNancj '' I
: ,volunteer With Clashes: for All Ages too A Nursery for Babies
a. m. services tomorrow at Poin- I Harry Ru ::ell will be the 7:30: p. m. holiday the national
Fairfield will attend: the ''YO'l i iI : Whose Mothers Church
I work day was postponed until ; to Attend
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from the
delegates -
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camp Y W A. i iI : I t 47 1 I after Easter, but church and : 1O:5O.M.: Morn in,*: Worship :

SIIN1)'\" SCHOOL LESSON OF THE WEEK i I is the way and narrow K, the Guests ct the meeting were i: '-J :1, .,. MltDr state officials began a series ef I Ii SPEAKER HARRY RUSSELL: :
R.!te:' It is the way of discipline.determination ./ NORK. i i conferences: on the program.
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I Mrs Daniel B. Sharp. WMU pre ;; I % 72 : 7:00 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship :
> Catholicswill be permitted to
\ and i
TI Peril of road mindedness |; purpose r dard Mdent of, add New M3s4 YoiV Beverly City; cousin Stod-of ,. _lt< ..... CASE wr I I work on Saturdays or other : 8:00 1MI. E%piling \Vor>hip :

The Sunday School Lessonfor Miss Bennett ( 8.7 j weekdays' instead. under the new : .SPEAKER CHAPLAIN C. C. FRENCHA :
June 6 "Men Who Dared I agreement C
By ROY L. SMITH : After a. brief bdsin> .sS discussion JOB SECURITY a
j fo Stand for Cod. Daniel refer!'hment were $('rvl'dj mt 306Y. age : SPECIAL INVITATION TO SERVICEMEN-
"tolerance" extremely popular for it is of thee 'I 3: &. :

ssentThee,6f! *U&hbcracy: .that we.sEall admit' the right of other 'i .. by firs, AlburysElinor ROCKETS I IK LN UUSg .r...............................................M f

people to hold a different opinion. But there is a great diifer- :1 I: Thi.> is the way that no man THE INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE I OWLEDGEIJOLT

enee between tru tolerance and intellectual indecision and !i, ever takes who is spiritually lazy, LL'se1iGraduates BOARD polled 6.000 workersin ?
there is a great peril in broad* !i 1 i I religiously superficial, or nior- six companies on which :. COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US :

mindedness. I| jllv madt-quate There is a right among 71 factors they con, I WASHINGTON.-(AP). Stu- .
i'|! subject to exact laws from which !j I v av and a wrong way, and: evry From sidered most important inI dents estimate that use of rockets

The Case of Daniel men arc never able to dcviat'. j ji I .-"utn must choose: between them. I,I keeping them happy in their in research have brought more .i FLEMING STREET METHODIST CHURCH.

The youth of 1JMS will do \ervj;1 i I without paying; the price of tiis- ,Theme I j., a difference Ixtwtn: Bob Jones Univ. jobs. Chart shows percent. |I knowledge about the earth's upI I, :

well if they study very carefully obedience. When the preacherinsists : j!I i IK'm. The man of conviction wiUi ages of workers rating of' j j I per atmosphere since WorldVIr.: .' .
the story of Daniel the Old Tcs-+|'; that one's enemiemust bf'forgiven i i take the right way and stick to 1 4*portal .. Th* cu'".., first importance each of the '. II than in the previous :!O. year.: I I I : Corner Fleming tad William 81I .

lament hero.. who had the courage it IS not his personal .I is in the face .>f all opposition GREENVILLE. S. C, june 5.- top 11 factors. of tudv. |I S REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
to jtand: out aeamst a dan- :,,: whim. Knth. it t, the declaration The man: without convictions, will Miss Elinor Ruth Larsen of Key .

ffeienis! &generation: 1>rcnisc of a of a law which is written I take the easiest way: out. Genuine West is a candidate for a Bachelor -TKLL "EM): I'LL I j I : : Church School 9:15 A.M. t
deep conviction. J i 1 i into thvery: nature of nun him- i i liroailmimk-dness never admits

Honored with a lush post inj![I self The unforgiving man pays i, that the \vrong' Way is the right Jones of university Arts degree, Greenville from' ,Bob S. VETO.; TIIVT BILL-- I If I Kev West I I :. CLASSES FOR ALL ACES

with heavy: ponsibilitios. the J i f the price for his unforgiving- ijy but he will admit the right", C. She is the daughter: of Mr. and HOME, J:\ IF.S!" J I I : Merrill Felton. General Superintendent :
young man hat! dis|,lavel maik-j]f it. When the preacher' declares I otf his fellow man: to take the I
I Mrs. Barnard: L. Larsen 1216 PetrOma BOGOTA Colombn (APi. i Church of ChristAshby
Hl finalities of leader 'hip. Those;,,, there ran be no peace in the soul jvrnng way if ho is determined, to street. ; of Colombia !, I I : Morning Worship 10:50 A.M.
The president IS inconstant :
t Iwd: invested him with prc ligo i,,l of the man who is aware of hisown with his ofuce and Von Phisier Streets
and some luxuiv He was "in on. guilt, he! is only declaring I Tine tolerance;. is a recognition Bob Jones University will be held [j : Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M. .
I- while dri\in around the caoital 1 i I
i School 1 1O( \.M. 1 .
:" hat laid SlIucla- .
the big murK"v No one Knew ((I a pniuipleGod f of the right of another man to on June 16, following nearly a ,
where he might land iilumaul I), (1 I Broadmindedness and i differ fro mus. and a readiness to week of special activities. Dogrees through his use of a radio tel car.
for everyone agreed l lIP was MI .I'.I Mental Laziness i! rant him the credit for having will be conferred by Dr, I: in | Sermon . . 7:15 I'. I'I i: Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. :
the way up I It weMild have been very easy ;i been? honest even when" he is mist Bob Jones Jr, president; of the I The hole Swiss cheese are I Wed, Bible Study. 7:45 P. !'
Then the capricious old king !I f o i" Daniel to surrender university ; i I .4
under whom Daniel: servedva\ i,j his principles and taken the line i (e...ip right 1545 t>. the Internal produced by the liberation of gasI I j EVERYBODY-WELCOME =1uLmmataplHnnalanlllunnluAlulIIIIAlII1eImliltlunuellilAlmm\ itelltWellAN! xtt'+lemetapp!
misled by some who were jealousof !, of least resistance" But that does i tfonal nnnril ..f p..lak( n.. t:iloraTABL s pener! during fernrcnta' i i ition : I

the younp man with the re : not lead to life. Jesus said 'stntu: inn n..minallonn.t on thLlf "f 411 _Protestant__ _ _de- Science Hopes For I I Youth for Christ Rally I

_-..10.. that Le -"I.IK_...-I -fi deere-- -- that: -- - ---- New Zealand Ans. I II
all I t"ila7fIof the realm '

p.y tribute' to a gilded image asa I' (OQ) ( )' In; lOa Ye ini i Christian Science First Congregational Church | TONIGHT.Director PARKER 7:30 MAHAN' Us.N., = I
token i>f- their:: loyalty to theeruwn. E IF . iuJU.-. > < ; t ; WILLIAM W. ILIFFE. DJ>. | n (.I.U.K.1' II :
This Daniel: 1 could not do Pastor
AUCKLAND New Zealand.-
in ruo4lcurbcience4 and h= ignored ': THE GREFA'S PRODUCIDMOST Or01UR ROOT VEGF (AP):Thirty New Zealand scientists Society i 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. I I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1 I
the-order Between Southard & Fleming
5.WHICH TH YDR/FD AND PRESERV t> are debating whether much'of of Key West Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS |
Tie rest of the story' is pretty'well : i ,
New Zealand: blow .
known. how he was. called:! l FOR W/NTERANDALSOOL/VEO/1ANDHOMtY may up 327 ELIZABETH STREET: j jI -
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tu compromise or suffer theronswiuencfs : Meeting at Rotorua. they are con- I Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. i f Flannelgraphs by ELIJAH SANDS
upon *ft NoyY cerned with the future of thermal I
anti. l how h<- held ; ,,,,.".Ir fARLYGRFEKS TtBLYTRU6ALEATERS.fSfWAS and volcanic re ions, and some Sunday School. 9:30 A.M. Classes far All I I SPM'I\L: : ,nISI' (: I

wit manfully. anti l wac ultimately : ( ONE OP7WEIR weight; questions are being rais- Sunday Morning ServicesAt I John V. Archer Supt. | SAXOPHONE SOLO Tracy Fairfield .
oVlir tL. i ( 11 o'Clock 11:00 AM. DUET I
ed.Will I I = Cloud Salts and John Knowles |
What Is Tolerance : 1 ; t Rotorua. the center of the Subject) I :\JJn\I: (; WOUSHII' I== Music Testimonies from Fc/loivship/
und 'rtli ; '1 i1p. : thermal area disappear in a terrific ONLY CAUSE" I 6:00 I' f. Chri'-ti Endeavor
A crest many t*+>\jlt air "GOD THE | OTHER SPECIALS

delusion for" the tlut simple l they reason are tolerant that: i., :::ROM DR/EDT/SH. and hot eruption'springs Will dry tip the* geysers Is Volcanic AND CREATOR"Wednesday 'i 7:30 P.M. i'g= Organ. Marilyn Bennett Piano. Lorraine Nottage =1

concerned othi- ; activity: from Ruapehu Evenings iEMMJORSIHI: I :| ,
tbo'*'Pit.are'" nut beliff. As a mutter of ,: MOST GREEK READ --I;' r moving twoard the vouth Is tin Meetings at o'CIock : j jI COME: .. . BRING; A FKIKM:: ) _ _i
fact they even concerned WitSMADErROMWHEATOR North Island of New,' Zealand Reading Room in Church allnulmma001umlfmmmAAlumGtlmtNWpu0lu18Pa/ ( \ !" ."
not 7 ,
are I Wed :30 p.m. Prayer-Praise I
safe live
LIVED really to
over tb-ir own, They I have never i THE.POOR Edifice will be open Tuesday I I Fn. 7:30. Young People's Night
ONABLACKc will take 100 before
taken the trouble to think things'not i PRINCIPALLY 1 r year: and Friday from 6 to 8 P.M.
I of .rsonal cunvictionKruU4.h. ; BROTH CONTAMINGNUTS. 1 any degree of certainty can bi The First Church
a lack p i.. w t contained in the answers to thosequestions - - __ ___ I Baptist
But tiut' toUi-rn-e j
I : said\ Director M Onuley -
It ix rather a willingness t o ul- of the -o&ikjeal Dtpartment .- f Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets
low to U1'("\'e sorr J I I Jjuivey
thing other different peuDle and to b beve :it : ? ; s 3OPHOCIES. FAMOUS ** Now geologists don'tTOD. Trinity Presbyterian Church LEY MEMORIAL )
CREEK POST (4SOA.C.). know
rtifenflr It i ; a w'ilhfKrteto | 717 Simonton Street (Colored) I Methodist Church

defend iant>>th r': tight to LPli-vpl belief jii j p. 1 1 STRESSEDHODtRA NSRFCOMMFNDEDDEry I I .\VS IIIIITIIIYS Sigismand A Laing. Minister SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.II .
) God even when that I j r 7:30 o'ClockMorning i Cor. Division and Georgia Sts. t:. Day, Supt !
rugs counter to ones own opine | 1 WAS: BRtAD.MEAT.6RrtH (Know America) The Church With A Welcome

ion : aes VEGETABLES AW ZYTHQS- Walter D Fuller president. of WorshipSubjtxt / ROBERT W. WEAVER Pastor 10:50 .: "nnlin" Wor 1ip
II -
i 1leliaion Is Exact :t t ( !dFFi! I the Curtis F bUslejng Company :
". the famous y\f "The Sincerity of GEORGE M. RAY. of Coconut Grove. SPEAKER
( b\trn. :
(rr' f-5Jo.r! mnton. Philadelphia: in C :-nm.;. Jesus"i i; .
ao I Morning Service Ui.....dca it-nli"t., Uirnl; some years I" Iowa 66 years ago Sunday School 3:30 PM- I i 9:45 A.M. Sunday School Worship r :
that: the greatEst discovery the j Rev DI. James W. Fifitld, Jr. -
Youth M. C :TO P.:\1 Classes for All Aoes
c'H-nti"u *-ver m.-.dt. was that LATER GREECE. HOWEVER p 1 lr of Los Angeles, rioted Cnngrega- elms : i! I BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. C:30 PM.

oar's is a universe under the I WAS FAMOUS rQK LAVISH ='j 'ti .,. 1 Itional I clwjjman: born in Chica 7:30 o'Clock 11 Miss Miriam\ Carey: Supt. Mrs Elijah; Sands. Dirrrtor :

authont of Jaw. There is no FEA STS.THOUGH PERI d 1 \r 1I i: go. 49 ears ago. lacninrOrhip I 1O( :.)(O V.M.. 'crtitcttl th .

space anywhere ill the universe: CLCS ANI>ASPASIA.v4TF1- }r" J'B.C.ATE.4SPARNGLV 1 1ENANRfLERSIN443 1I I|I Prof. Ruth F. Benedict of Subject: .. '" 1' ". Jr.,. II..."" " .1.1I .. ..- 7:30 J'. i\uiii: W'or..l.ip.|
in which law does not operate I I Columbia University, eiiuntnt I Ii ..1 \I 1 t GEORGE M. RAY. cl Coconut Grove. SPEAKER
I "A Witness For Jesus"Tues.
There ate no accidents' in lifermlv : ; anthropologist. born in_ New
the WOl kin- of laws or York 61 years ago. .. 7:"50 pm. Prayer Serv ictWfd I 7:31)1'.11.: .. . S4 manic

TV'huhve are or to A S EARLY GREEKS. .a'C3.v I Bishop Norman Rash of 7:30 p.m., Youth Meeting -.1. ; :x ,i.. 'i-"r.r ,?..: r !I Wednesday.; 7:30 P.M.. Prayer and Praise Service L .
5' '
which we have: been indifft'l'f'nt-1 -- I Boston. Protestant Episcopal i, Fr'-7:30. p.m., Choir. Rehearsal I I :ih.l Inw .' , . .. I Friday. 7-30 P.M. Choir Practice ,
This: n nnt *>f a' :< w1 ,9ld JVCreel -:= leader horn in Hangar: Main. CO ,,".1 l I..iv Sent: rrxftir;' t' .1' :" I l'r. ti I
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Will Conduct Free :'Nutrition; ; ;Class, ]1\!Local Hold Men Ia \ 1 1'\I'I.s': : : : vbeba sat11601Ntid
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II '|I. Planned For- Fall i iI 'i\, Elect Officers; I:.4

;- Band Courses On June 15 \i American The Key Red'West Cross Chapter has of just the : Dinner; Tuesday :' 4 $
4 4a
',competed! a week, of instruction Key West Hotel Association at ,
STUDENTS: OF. 5TII Tin F !here on the,importance of eating; meeting in the Overseas Hotel, 4
I I 'the right food to be strong alert elected the following officers:
OTII CIIADKS M I.\ Y i Commit leesAjtpoinled 'children and "adults. President Vic Lang of the
I A total rif 1730 children and Southern Cross: vice' president. -SALE
TAKE: LESSONS: : FIIKK;! 1 ; ForWoman's youn people saw nutritional Lou Smith, of the Flamingo::: sec w
I :films during the week, SO adults retary. Charles Filer of the New . ,- -
."" OK UIAKKK: : Club were given instruction in proper Charles: treasurer. Gertrude -- ---- -'- t
j planning of meals, and Miss Loy- Laub!;('her. of Guest House. directors f
?' Sixty-four applications have the announcementin .elte Webb Red Cross nutritionist, J. D. McAndiews, Mary ,
been received by F-irl Dillon.Iwndmaster Completing The Key West Citizen yesterday -,j conducted A daily rodio prbgraMI Lee Graham and W. L. Young;; 7th
of Key We high of appointments made at the{"Good Eating for Good Health." Ray C Beckman. of the state STARTS MONDAY
!I It i is the plan of the chapter tosponsor association, will make an address >tat gpM
xhoul from students between the; last meeting" ,: of the Key West this at i .
I classes in nutrition a dinner to be :given by theKey
5th and 8th grades who wish to: Woman"; Club hv the president.Mrs falL . West Jiptcl Association in I
the free band Lee G xldard: =
participate in I 1.1'("$ Oriental Restaurant nex'

course high school Dillon auditorium will conduct beginning at the, Directors" Directors- American citizenship : Apply To Wed o'clock Tuesday evening;, beginning:: ;>t Z i, I I Be Here EARLY for BEST SELECTIONSJune :

June 14.I Mr!'. Jran DaiJJod: American I I City and county commissioners: ,
I ;; Dillon will conduct a bosmncrs homo. Mrs. Henry Higgs;: applied Application for marriage licenses and members of local civic o'sn-: j \
class from 9:30: until 10:30: education. Mrs. Carl Bervaldi:t were filed yesterday in the irations! have boon invited to attend -
4 and an advanced course fine arts. Mrs. G. M White: locislalicn -' office of County Judge Raymond the dinner. I.
a. ITU
from 10:30: to 11:JO. probably un- .Miss :M. P. Harris: public R. Lord by Richard R. Lucke. 24. DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTIONDRESSES $ ,
til noon. lie will announce thepther welfare.) Mrs. Wm. Warren;I and Marie C. Gutierrez, 23, both Judge Simon II. Rifkind t.f the I IH.
days the courses which are<< junior -ponsor. Mrs. C. B. Harvey. of La Concha Hotel and by Earl :S.:: District Court. New York I
for band instruments only, will I R. 123.. of the U. S. Navy and City. former stwr-ial advisor. nn
be held. Committee Chairmen j Dolores A. Conant. 20. of' 3536 Jewish Affairs in Europe. horn in '
." June 15 at C p. m. the community Committee chairmen: BooV. Avenue DSeeks Ru.sia. 47 year 120.: !
band will hold a rehearsal. Miss Mary Trevor: cook hook i i
Any musician who wishes may sit Mrs.: Dan Navarro (Mrs. E. Bow ii Dirorce Subsvruie to The Citizen. I
in with the members of the Senior ser editor: decorations MissEtta i .
high school band, from which Patterson: finance, Mrs. I I
the community band will be Delio Cobo: hospitality cochairmen A petition :seeking a divorce Chicago Owner Says SELL!!
4 formed. There will be no charge Mrs. M. Pinder and Mrs. A.I was filed :yesterday in the office Here's A Real !
for rehearsal l under Dillon's di- Lopez; house.> Mrs Guy Carleton; of Circuit Court Clerk Ro'ss C. Buy ,
rection. libiary. Mrs Kermit Lenin: Sawyer by Evelyn Mercedes
Perfect location
.' June 10 from 2 to 4 and from grounds.: ; Mrs. Wm. Warren: mem- I Thomas. against' Leo Joseph Three beautifully furnished near
7:30: to 9 p. m. the parents and bershio. co-chairmen Mrs. B.Papy Thomas.SUPPER' apartments. I twin bedrooms.
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"Others interested ma iru-pcct theband and Mrs. J. Jackson: press and urge tiring room. aU-electric step-
instruments. at the High publicitv. Mrs. Herbert Pace: pro i
t saver kitchen a real tile bath. i
school auditorium. Dillon said. All gram. Mrs. Cyril Marshall.The Your home and excellent in- '
parents whose children are plan- directors and committee
to in the band se- chairmen will continue to meet( Benefit Troop 2S3 come each apartment. Summer
sing play may I rental. $125 month: winter GROUP
j\"f"t the instruments for the use during the summer roontlis.' Boy Scouts of America season. $300 per month. .
ef their children. Garden Club To OrganiseThe ST. 11tR1'S1'.tuIFII
of IViYrrl' In S ?
meeting 25 50CJU
(f;llts Honors For be the held Key organization at West the Garden Woman's Club Club will onTuesdav. 1021 DiiTal CE.\TEK: Street:; : SellOIF .SEE. ,- While $1 oo Values;/;' .. $ QOO

t il/ixx; F. Cabrera interested; June arc urged 8. at 3:30 to attend p.m. 'the All I TONIGHTfrom AUOCiat"D' ;: BEEBE DION. Realtor I They J ) Lasl . . ir-.s. h) u . . . .

Announcement ha oeen made session. ) to 7:30( o't.lork: For Inspection and Other Details I .

.f students at Salem College . . . S U . I ADMISSION $1.20Tax 1'1 Ie t\: E if r>
( Included) Office: 524 Southard Street I
\'in!>ton-Salt"m. N. C. who have STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE I
received college: and class honors TRIUMPH 1 ONE GROUP OllE GROUP
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I |,Class honors for excellent lecords :MILL + I III
1 I during the past year, went StAll I I DRESS SHIRTS Values $ 7QO: Vistcs! r $100
i to Sophomore Zetta Frances Ca- S ;

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