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 7, 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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I north tu south and to organize a had l IJ"'t"'IJ reported tjxit Rene ; La Concha Hotel today how they could get more publicity reica ,!. in the westem -
half which is under the control joTnrnent of hu countrj since Th; two :""S.!, ici.itions fti- the: Florida Publicity and Pubm. i j;,
of tho.. countriesIVforc 1 I it \drat, t3.ener< !; bjtrte-eoijunu I f lions Asi-odiiion, and !h"' .. .-.. ida Atliart.cms, A ,1..liun 11 .

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ft' five it must first be and the Mavaryk"- father ft'a .t La Cr neh Intel '
i dppioxedIn : MBS. KATHERINE W. AUSTIN of North Andover. Mass. Naval Academy color girt carries the and son. were the pnrrt- 1o\.r..1

States the UntL-h parliament and' at Annapolis.! Escorting her are Midshipman Frederick Nelson (left) of Petersburg. Alaska. form .>f govemnv: in C eehOsloxakia. ; I hotel that Fr s >" _.". are "

1 the national assembly in Fram..1 I and Rear Admiral James L. Holloway. Jr. (right). commandant of the academy. Nelson is com- Office In Miami Ki isbie cmpbasued the fit t !I I. "

'I (London reported that mander of Color Company 10 whose guard received the colors. The actual ceremony was held indoors 1 Rent had appeared seldom: in I newspaper editors like lobe? '

f fish government<< had quickly| appmxcd i r for the first time in 22 years because of rain. public *mcc Jan M=w>arj} com- For This Area : releases short that it mu. t i 1ft '
mitt<:d suKidr by jumping; from i r
the action of its I"re-I, I tractive: that the copy be .
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,tentative in 1k,. tin). nist< said that ht' had Kilted him. le to read, that it be t>pt'* r I ,
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4 i It wa.; saul that as the pnofwsi. j; Grand 10-7 Persons Gel elf l pcaar of crituiiin of the II{ 1 MIAMI\ \ rU. June 7. Tei'Inn d uuLIn--pan'tJ. 1
al Jury Reports | west"rn hl ie. but. (rilesaying ) .... 1
was hacked c'hic.Jly shy l Ihrl I'I'I even w real Ser::cant Jar.k f. 11011:;<.-. ..f Nearly allniatl \ -ts i''.t i 1
I United that they knew he had .,.
Statis icpiescntatixelieie. ,-. Jobs \In the Miami Marine welcome:' puWnttv rert-('
I \ Key taken his life. because his beloved I Corp office.nnounccd .

|prove. the the<< .
to F. uiuc it was Mated thatnuliahly ,
control of the Kremlin.Bones. sided at a meeting this after- intludm:; .:>nroe. in a recent< di'In :':rot7ht by small oew>p (Heause '" I
| the communists and I 64. had erved as" ':
pre- noon of the association in La "" of the they do not bavc rn:
state into
other pin tics, with leftist lean .f f K. Knight Jr. manager; of sidenta part of the. lime ten rev
Murderer in Concha Hotel which: met in co: I ding planU. Mats with ":i I" 0
would tiuitins
III00S fight the proposal in i Racist And exile. since 1035! before areas.Covering
the then
j Key Vest office of the r S>.- he
with the Florida At- .
the national assembly I E. S_ announced today that 107 was foreign minister under the operation tractions Association. i| South Florida. the',, of the mat ...toft:;. are
(President Sthumun in ('aria. 1 elder :\f..n-k. Since the Utter t eel'a liamial\- rorn c.<< "

aid he felt confident that dus j Ii\ C\: Mnii I: 0.L..UEUJ. persons were placed. in suitable death. and 'up to the time thj j | Miami area will ctrl tnrtude : >jcll Key. president .,1 1 ,
Pile the fight the jobs twin May. SPIIK IIEIF 1'(11111a
: assembly will ;
communibt took over the :; Ui-imaiti ,
government Collier. Dade and Hendi Publicitv and Pttbfac n'I.I I i "
Hpl>rove the action.) nIUi\SO( (1I.\IUa.:1); : liE I KIU.I.I) .MOIIIKKTHREE Twentfic werectcran* of < he and Jan M<*sarxk : '\ counties
A pioxision in the abutment I I \Vorld War If and tine were |had been its Out andin? l'ad- Servant II'Jd soffice focatttl ,, association, presided ilt
states that the Human<< Ruhr will \\ Kii.i.iNf: ; Jtiltl'FINIS handicappedorkers. ; is: luncheon-mcttiR:' K.-:
i In Room .223. Pt Oil ice "
IKplaced I under international ; There is >till an urgent need for -- -- : huildms' this nlv scheduled :v introbuct. I IIBcckman. .,' t
contiol Troops, the ill employers: in Key Vest and* ers..1hy _
representing i\o iKi'i: IMI.I. p _- director Fi.. .-> ,
thiee |lowers. will remain in the i a Monioe county to list all theirl; i ht Rainfall s.a : Advcttismg ComriMssion ,

federalized half of Germany until The Monroe grand cry today_ openings with the local office :Mr1 I Divorce I Is Easyi : will explain next Year .- ,

such time as it is agreed/ to re .polled to Judge Aquilino Lo Knight; -aid. In Key West. In i | campaign A total ol 3W KMI, ,

I naive them. It was further agreed; pez. Jr.. and returned, true bills: a -- 1 Get In Poland 1 i been appropiratcd hr adxt r t, I
that no country will withdraw it-. I' Will' f I i [ the state 1
in thea..e ;".t Frigate Be
occupational, troops without notifying a man charged ,' Month Of:May ;/ Beckman will outline ih. ;l'

the other two countries of with race and another one W.AP.S .\\\ .. "
I > Poland.-(AP -It's :;I'alltcUin; what m th '

its intended( ationi charged In the with case' first oT degree Alfred murder Robinson r a .. + Here Wednesday4Th -.' IA-\S than A man and wife that's what will prohabfjr be.
a charged" with list si;> m Key West during; Maaccord
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Cuban Fn'ttcth. Jot Ibex want Poland's divorce law Kay a to anounccd th..t 1-d' .
Mrs. Dion Hurt to monthly ,
ing a issued to-
degree murder in the killing olIlenrj a, ri ; report
i Hamilton Marti Inch 'yehedpled torri da lot'a I Weather Bureau. avs decree may be granted toam : XHiM be a round table Hi ., ,u, I
on April 10. the .' r Oxlav from :Miami will Thethe ,, .,,
: fall one after three: years of ion of the publicity and ;i" II.
grand jury turned was 33 of an mar-I
in a no true'
I A As Car Upsets hill and Robinson was immediate i i-e'rh K'"\ Wot Naval Stationtxforf' 1 io< 'h, as compared with a normal 1 .,a Semi life without any cause ; I relations xv-orb. Tnro at t i" "'
WednesHar it was report- ruined if both parties : to delegates; arc :rcFredul"- '. .
1 l Iv. released) from County Jail. of 3 :34 inches i i iit Ithc
d tolaat the Naval Rase The .( a bus trip to the K. v
Mrs Francis Dion, was taken toMumopal Frank Gordon Coibxtt." a tore temperature during Slay
:Mar t will so:; into dr\do t.' (II I man and wire do not agree. II Naval Stations
hospital with injury met Marine charged with. wa< J7 ; higher than thentrma j
an rap- hag her bottom scraped. t 1 'h At 630 ... .
ant ) truthdcrecs -n a> many as reasons r..rI p. n UK'Ic 1 I. '
lu one of her shoulders by a v.oman whom he-alle;.ettlx a mean of 80 8 toa
painted SK will l at
assaulted / normal of 7J.1.: I marriage are providDritain >"
1.01\\1"1'01" Dion escaped on Stuck Island (
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i n da4'CatnIncnlion>'. n Hotel. which will be folio "I t ,
i-oiding to Deputy Sheriff William time ao.: will be tried l cginnin<; The lushest velocity of wind Loyal I rrisbie President!! of the
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Archer, who Litigated{,; i June 15 Judge;;:: Loner luled this -- was :33 miles from the -southt" Florida l Press Association: rill !! p. m. b\ the annu "

the at.cident.Dion morning following receipt of thegiand I Is ..n May, 3. be amoajc the speakers scheduled To FlexHer / 1 nurt Don Pattcrjiwa. l I"" n i, ..
I ,'11 I t () : ;i..I lvtrrti: told the sluriff's deputy jurv'j. lepuit. Ij t. address the Honda luk I i I -ripp5-UCPWard..m .. ,
that hi pushed on the brake of The trial of Etter F. \Vrlson.colored. Mr.ALB.if.CoxDied J licit, and Public Relations ,\sot : awl i" 4
I Claimed For 1 Reds: I Air Mus.elrei 1 now organizer of: the r-i
his car when another machinecheat I' who was. indicted t>-x thegrand \ .. ; locution during then three-day. i'Citrus Mutual which will/ i iI r. ",
I of him he crossed jury in the death J'j' t
<< as one of Maigaiet '
r .ntenti a at Key {West June I all the branches frf the 1
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of the budges slowed doxxn The i Pprrkh. also colored) ho ,, .... YesterdayMi .
w \ \ .r".v'. ''' MOSCOW (API.- Ixr Vn I.ONDON.I' -.'
1 1948. talk under
I. 7. 8. 'ribie.iII head
h.kMI..k...... he !said and his I lived in 307 Petrunia streetill ',.H.. thai Ib, first t ,.s... ..i tar "'111'. latest CMil and Bntain''j. Patterson one .
; the .f Pies' adieu military has
YEAR OLD MICHAEL ea subject ; just i< "
cal tin net) up.-.ode( down at the Ixjcin June 15. Judge Lopez d<_- cur u.i. Imilt in I luXO; I"i RU.S: ''-. DUnton Roger' u ill. bee displaxod public SepI I I from the Universal of MI.
edge I! of the bitdge.Sl'tltKI.CIt rided.WiLno. (TONY) LIPE (above) found a Cox. 81 died to publicity( : ideates. .
ian t-ontinuins Soviet IIK-SS reI Sundaafternoon mlxr 7 to I 12 at the annual exhibition here .he recerven arle l .
I whu was a ste''' ''Cr:> revolver in a drawer at the I poiU on original Ru-: "tan di> 3: l.> o'lotk in her rc-sid nc'(". J30Cinnnrll : -" f.f the Sorietx,. of 1'.ritiJ jlj his out..tarwfiflork '
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mate first class (C'i'1'1l0': : :: ( SI'E: \"En: t :
FUn in the U. S. Na\\. An tl tlII
JOVIN home of his grandfather; in covenand immtNrtis. tle! paP stieet j i raft Ccrn.lrU(7.tuo.: Th e--ent I rams<
swF ithe evening of March 23 dragged. I; ; "r says Frtwlor AI".n1l'\'ll'h I Funeral services:: will be held ,ill l I.o staged ..t the a .mdrome'I Toinjrixrv nwntHiK the: '.

!i I i the Parrish woman into the d>ioi'- Pueblo. Cola He accidentally Rlinox.. a st.If-taught iiwsrlmu. tomorrow at 4 p. m. in the chapel 1 |1..1! the Royal; Aircraft F.ttablLsh: !! .,.III take the drh aaM- on .I

{1 way of the Manhattan Bar in Pc-',, pulled the trigger. The bullet I 1lxiilt I inV&\; the fir,t m=. -hir>-s r>f the Lopez Funeral home. i ; j I I,i"nl. t"at nbnrutigh.; w here 70.000 '"nr< Kej WeJ They t \FM, t

troma street and stashed I her : struck his mother. Mro.: Barbara i with caterpillar treails: and laletjrlrlfd ,- Rex (:. Iftmelb of the f"lr.t'tltodi.t : pitat 1 .,rs van lie ..t''lI'Jf.or'"tcd.1' 1 I Itav'1 for Munu about n....nUKNish
j' with a knife She was dead on 1 In it a steam engine :\(( chinch will officiate. :'\\.1.- than fitlx of |the insist up- I Ii ; several u( tbrai '
,! Lipe. 23. she combed her errs'
,I arrival of the p lire.I as I Rlmox a
|I Wilson fled to the U S. Naval hair. and killed her m tintly. i ,.1.1.1 "11:,. t l..n..n- ;: a. ,, !( mi \penmcntal tx po.. will takem 1 1 1i ishins. iptrflerrd b'- t I.
I Station. where he v'as l 1.1"1' .. ------ .i "t\ fl\ m_ j'' .
on a Volga Ri' er t'15. teiSwiss -- 4'zI (Hoziani West < h .mbei of ( minim n ,
aptured' by i-uhurtp.die andva, k I
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the .
Hi was lespoiisible for ntaiix' im ( Key W Cl'.ntri 16: ,1 i
I, tu ne>l over to the sheriffs sillierA I Pigeon
j I : pi .>mciits in liver j lUc: ..rl, I 01'lationVI ,
H \let1((; ,\ WilliIUUUl (:
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| tff' trLot McCoy
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.h' -01\ ofi if anti run a"'ax IMitk FlighlsBhRN. tinj lcd I
i I i torla\ ,i ( K. i\o\\ I In A/ores ? CounselorIlereTomorrou()
Names of( hues all-d for. two oil the river I..t'f: /:\.'''' i 1 :
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duty: t fIz .S\\il/eiUn'J:
!1! John J. l.rnor Trio I' II ; EnrluooetJia", an artw-U', Garner pigeons must not fK out I| ( '11, .>|..nal) lwrl..-., K:. M<....... i I Ii
man Jr.. Sebastian Jr, horn; the atoipillar tmrtor xa or or into Switzerland ithoutecial Mr. E.I i
Calmia ::; 1 >i" of and !Mrl'barles
1k f 11I'n.d, < tothe* American IWt\
l, Martin IMX>IV. Sr. Oroi'>:.' F I .t> permit of the mil,' .r) I| \kl"..x fir 37 llahan.a, treet Key I K: .K !Milkr ......n." )In., f
Swx>tm'!_ Jiiih| n. AHi'n Sin In 1OI2!
ton D. Johnson, John A Espeirl nl l ''hi Inht,1.e.NUilh's? I has det ree,1. The mill *\,,"",, for dutx w sib th" Atlantic !I 11 the Monioc County ihn< t t.

i ,,. '' Mario Garcia. Joseph M John tar\ department a):... Wit auth, I" I)i\i ion' A/ores Air Transport row from 3 to ;i p m t I. .

&<>IV IXvo: J. Ru<'klr\". (too. I I ( Ark. united to forbid the training; of j tat:on. Unite States Air Force I with any appInanLs i too,
carrier:" pigeons!' within the Sw itxeiland .. .
Curti.. Willaid .\. Allen'Allx a. l <2rn.s field. Terseira. Azores.C Illation
I. DiNccm Jr.. V. \ /Albu bordei ifugh train "i>l 1. McCoy': lice served with the I ------
>, M\rtland ('HO.>. Milton l'
I..r. Paul M lIun ..h"o C" J PClwu .,i Ikht1"I President (..rant xxliulieni or militaiintrre&U_ I live direct01 of the Honda ("it. i dears This, u-- his first foreign asocnmcnt i 11 MiicneliesIn Io\"e
>-. docked hereas a yen i I -- --- ,
Ics S. KacurrJack rue Mutual and formed adtertism Cpl. l\Jr.y is a former
.\. ..lIndrrII... I it ills> >ahl Noahik, It calmest 2.- Slowness Built I ; ureitwi: el the VripptHowaril ttnl,'nt ..f Kex Scot Hiaha: -heJProperty On I'osionAP
0 Everett R. Ri\a.s. Cailo C-; ,\11William 'e" >i < coo New lark I!

.H ., r ".. S, Malon Loin! W 1 >n r- rxi5-in-trtctsn i and i ..tln"i in 01 will neukpapei be tat i
..ik. 'OO t.ibb;' n J\H-\ 7 elf Into lhise.1COICE'.STF.II. I I % amour! +speaker () Sales CtJ.J"T\JN.-:: < /. Too'1
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don 'illi.1On: Teddi Flank); i .
COMEDIENNE JOAN DAVISof : r chant h b '01., 4 ,lanmr' _olden I who will address the (ronienlioavf Enlarldish _me >rf Mu nlieiotne
Cun .'Jdck Arlen. 10' R -
the screen and radio displaysher n ..ate and a. pan ,>f JI.tUpIJf' : Alas.-IAPi.< the Honda PubluitT, and I a power in this I. ,
uei r. Gcoice L Carey. Ilan', > I. :Mi .inti Mis fraud! I. Smith j jj
diamond biro: sit om SaniPOOR > Prox' .. Public telationsootiatloa at i LoweiL.. Cabob ;JI I I.
new engagementring 1 Roberts. W J. D"min.ui / Failino of idcncr. R I SriOfficial j I. ..M ,in Alaigairt l II. Lange *
She chances Key West l>.ale or the ireeling .j Charles Mueoch add t.. .'
in Hollywood. says >ollano. Venn .\ AUam. taking no on speed I ink nr"n::'i Iv near StaolestxcniK and
111 have to sancta of their bus driver. .\ are June 6, 7. 8, 131?. I' the baton of Serge K"i< '
it's put
co big my Earl T. Micklei' Charles Xi.ll' Firth lrcxt for $7500 according: I
arm in a sling to wear it." She F, C. Malioi'. Rcdtiam Milord OLD CRAIG co''rait for 112 new electric l--I --- I" a '.\'...n..n1l.d flied I in tlK.rhc'l' iIi ,permanent conduct'sRoston

got the dazzler from Danny El- Joseph Fernandez. Herman H trolley i-oacht. under construe. J .. of Circuit. Court Clerk... to-, Symphony, m sand
EIt' ICE S1'.1'FIONFrancis t lion here bx the PuUmm-St.nd- j Charles La It'rnt' .i
man. former Chicago businessman. : at Division Phone !!l3t. 4 and iompanspecifies it :tipeto I president ol Herd 1 Rubini
They haven set the C. Robeita. Rup it Knowkmado .
I'l 111: js j be' "
; U' 11 r II" rl' l U'L HrnlrrCrease. limit ol 30 mile an hour. Spec I pdnx hds lust nne
wedding date yet. \ A Ftrnandi,'. John n f TO Spray or Chamoi
del windings on the irtctcrii FREE! .of the:
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Dillon. Fclipt: Cal bone:II Eddie L JOSEPH E. MOODY.. presidentof LET IJOBRADY'S Change Your Oil I cut the speed from the usual' 41 JSOMETHING (.1"mm.II. alreeU fin Sj.OOO to Car- j jl The ton ail nvt icia'. ':
i (Continued On Page Sevens All! Places1!! l)11> Renni
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the Southern Coal Producers in.p.n to thc new limit -- -
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BRAKE Association leaves U. S. District ...... --......r ()nl'lUII{ tin- HOI M I
HYDRAULIC '45 Door.. Like; New Theater
Court in Washington Fri i New BATTERIES for all Cars | at 3 ami I at I- :.Will. Dodge. Palace
I SPECIALISTS i j i UPSON BOARD !!: 46 Ford. 4 OrCle n- 41 Dodge.

Let U. Check You Brake ', day after Judge T Alan Golds Guaranteed 18 Months 4.Dr_ Fine-'41 Chrv Clb. Coupe Larry Park and Rita Hay rI.

Lon Smith \uto Service ---at--- borough ruled that John I.. -forCHOICE ROY'S WEAVER'S -DOWN) 10 Flit: l 11.--

White at Fleming Pb.a. I I IsTHlMv' LI>II5KH \'\UI United Mine Workers POULTRY i liE\ ESTLTO P1HTS.1 i Navarro' Incorporated I In Te,11n'' .
chief. must bargain with him I 1 and SHORTSr
Opposite Army Bwttckz"y.wic.ta.i.Ari i TELEPHONE IIS X1'111 H\i.I." : : Bu Station NEWS
1214 White Street Phone 50 oil Duval Street Phone 442 I Opposite

for e new working contract. ............ aa.&.4.a ... r

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= :'h 'II'. 1MIMln4' an mnf'prnPfi. amp tft UT end, its making WILL MEET 1 THIS YEAR w
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11",1r ...'.h.J-..,- ilf' N.q., \-t im V this y--1 nominations,,' \vith :-is- buy* nrprtee Suiniiim Cem: Louis::
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)anent. :w1a1N1SMt it. r T.lrnY f .lt on : m riie-p.> \neotfflord. : ;sera'''...............-."{..- b.I.w ri I sawin:; on etiquette column several day Viii<< riterfs ::1& u
rM N alt" W.Iw ,Il'mt"4 .w w.and.t"IIII&u..r. i--.. ...-----. well-bred mil: ja. New Vorfc who ,8 only :ittePTI ',.rears oM. wr I'

.* in \rat::: ',day', tnteetit Fri" aances with aces a.
.' .tN atN'1'f1ti1. 1''lNr. t ap: :.atral awtraet M.I-!: aav 1t
",/ :=. .. =- :_ .+tanNt Hp enlltl.A' tit' ,! \\T u son'm"nendous! lend over his 'a, 'a.aat..w wNrast tw.-ns.r.r -' : there and
Ira .r i. 1r.N.alta. ..f". Al rw+r 11'rt-w, 1'.All.w I lie: 'mint cal ant *cr New '(.on-. :gut : live .n rr snwitl' town, 't W Ant ''''b>m' i-rrtltMt n tilir pa.aIHI; t two inoneit t ir .uJt"pm. t nom.
sl.a.; .hr ' n.wa tWhI; 'LN'' I iUNf 7 TkQG11QIW DUNE- rt'MtNN.It : iris cad hays would ;CtlCln fTX UK*" 'TKt !think : t'"t1Itltttn't
..ination. not fu' from .enough! to :siv him .innjorltv ,
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.. _._. _'I ) made him ;inneir: as : _...::* : -
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''J.N.. Ifnatse ._ ..ltlpira.MtlnNAab ) iepd itenit .lttnnwpJf enl.ft ,to, -'lm r tr *. rr al.I'all l.-iixitajr yp CmmumtyCW11Cms differ and vhar CtsnsiderPtt perlectmrrrfy i
thnii not ; :
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QDII locality NOUkt lift: entirety: 'ommq. :n .1fOt'Tas
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AU'f., _.. o r IJI_ .. gas 4uU a.. .'ns m tiir that miser maVh found : JI t.bN.1n4traw'', : : .ftrjmgrm a thetas dill: happen: tOd: Out in "t big aft.

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f .. 'tai.WIt.... _......"...._. 4" alnn.JfWwtI .... hotftnii otfiriVatson .lid. prarliC' ttt:0t.n I.taad.r Thawnb. ppicces n gamin 30 :"ncmv inclPsimEiejeonle: 'hat roiino' nlkK
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tiff. .';",- w .N an.a nrlltal .d: ,Inrllrr dtn- II\'! mi eatnfais'ninir between the -sernnd ....-. y'or. rs meet jr t hcnuae-at an. ttY wq..n :i :-210 "irv 'en.'OfJ. these
I __It .r .-It- ,._ .d9.ia. ..r Ia.qt ur ? 1a. that rurrTTTtr rfmr. at iaoaHflHO hct hev :CI1 tfl il 1 until ,-lull' .'
: _,r. inleap.a, It ".'ill. enr \pt.bNaK lnanvnaa*' and: nnerjal r primaries; probafotv due tu t2:06-'Vernal.. trnvHMr.-.b: r.
NMuwMW(... ;:..,. ;m'b.nM or woct :7"i without mtvcne.
I ______ tvrt {''rallFwnf hut! fret JUST lead: 1 'saa- Vnnt__ and :""c1 : eremq-ha! wtBr
00-MtiKl:'.. "lair Hnnr iT RNt
I ... :gut' ji bor lender jjpnenllv nnnortrtriPp t linhm11. 75-1'1.. Aa111fa' iaoabtOalLntht. 'sr Bus;; ia a. math town; It !: .

r / .: .r \'nt111aC'toe2.I.ra different: :story When. Jiiinin Iirr W.&Jtit; L.
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..r iIIas-rib. akea )Lunar "O.A: party>i :sw ..
i I liM J94! ; !u ITiami. however tvfnU labor ?::.o $.rtat.. f.r. V 4 ntclltwaria. annamv meet a. dozen print v f a
J \ Inn ';I rom rift
.2ERlY endenver: < aetivrt.: riiey dill not: do as :.i.rt.n Jte: ,sewed.nha nee aaw 'm stair wav IT :u Da S" IjlHHi JlT i .

3DOoM! Innnanrwl-eb. top at the 'im& store, he :* ; -
!ntu'h! ill %('U1ngfur tl1'Ot.' for Hohsonjevenl I'. 3aa1.d-sb. : "Hn, exterior_' at grnladiHtnnaMail C v e .
U-at t.o. J=air
-- ;U>, !huottrt. it' law '!* in' that ntv. stlf-'l"h: 1'aId Vhltem'fbn.' I'"r aeca<< +lb-ab. +Item -vhorv: !biota lepuloiicair arret 0 anacratic parti.mttieurnationjU. ara reils !na- \"'. !later .*n tiat ,.. .E '..."......'...1 cp-

i, dui! *-30-Mint Ilint '% _1)Mt !snldta : cnmrmttunwttnsT; ac. saw iiltnny and :Minter 'jett:nuaausk > ; IN : "Y .9$8.
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.. AtI1tte V'3tt1"W: L ? n ;xwn Z \\Hiile the8ide e2lunt'- rate wa4 1'- laud-ak. aqua-. am ttia: waiF home. Iii .'alt. ,_1'Zft' I.

I XII'JrJ:; =: :j'rran: cark Se00'tat..._ .'V. !......- ttittsmaiT townmuiue a TI.Aeiuar "I1P r. >m.ill nlv :iil,0'tJi l 'Ift. R 11)Snn'.ujynrta, ; ra tr'era .... *. lour mat toeaf tt ?: tvesl ehaPetvned ..tunnl 'ne
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i' 50 .am tort 'ton rt -b.wst O IID ;' tn s tNt'tannra
'I. :.fnna ,ps! anti .Apartments.f I &,,ilt* xJmwwt in :l \tfnqliim ;a maiontv 111' "l1: ,: !ttuftt !Mitts n3ic: Vista l 8aumseal.hoatw .

:S: a-hl1lf; 3athinl Ir'irItl.rl: I i iI .. ,nu\v :aie.Ifi.s_ : !lli1GC: .w.JU ::(J'atresnY. IDf.-.ri 1'IP. ait.
;i.jU7 Alt.'s i *. I fn If.'nrrt4 eiuuitv no :trout'
airs u.
I i3JT1aladJ7 mn! L ditty
I : ;J; .o\U'I\I"; 3103mdation 1rETW *1PtCGRaMS@astaea Idr I.a ttad.V_
wut: ;iriivw ror either " (r.", of c.>n:lay and. --at. Ifafralsuaract ------

((1ty; C".oeernmenta, tIP sm-ll. $t: ti\t of NNrdw. f ft nvr than ,,.atrxt w..n..rc ar .._.s.m"'acaI ror _' t.sta.... ia_ 141awrnwr IS fIR lst 1 ..W thA
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'I'I.l poHtnt. di,
i in comity in _.. t.rst ,_"10&" .are. :fur A ijyrl and A a.r a a.
,tram -tiMigcvcannot b. .Itiuda... etmmt nil ,...,. ..- phy0.to1 .ox- .
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1 1'fI'Q' (' \ K i near Wat ann'+ ramming: mays with the Star ......... In Cut-V' wto se ftir',iw x ;coheir a i 'niv be: ,to 'aMnr.... t tPIIIII 4ata(.,a tortar tHt .j,,,I I'rf,,iR'wrr have ttwn" I1rPa. '1IIe-,,:;.

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: .t.ft'.t' 111 ifinnsnn't ,-hon'! < }H'nrrd: f fr t :-,-. < 81.nt. I .r wlntt._. 3 )Per tslai a.ltaed
PIIK. Waftmn gilt vpft, ti V h.arrt xil.wtihP '......1" Itr rnn"'taly7..'5f ty
'tQl1f tits IA I1I )rls k. tint" list I I 6vn Iarratu who N
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rut nil mom far rh* mftUQy rteiu any < *lurHer bbnb.nWeh. 1' ..WUrt..ltlftlt -

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.. I HIS-V.wn ami ilommMit- '- tars into I{. ttrrnitnlr
: T... 'If"1( 3.1194'" \f ifi HM' ''' County ....k'in4 iueta.r.dv .db\Y4'r''! caMWHHmK 'II fWft
I. 'Clte'patafartlel' 'law permits a nuo hi- : "unm.atprabe think -xNi a. .Id' West. ".... .- I iI1 a11Q .00 rttt11w1 i

..... t%.;.". fl II+.+t4J thrill (Virn:IVi rd'atl.1IftM laws! dinner NEEt: (rv a tie amt i 4 acked .n !40. .nest Wen. .1Or higt I 4 (ltd; iet.tMt: t I. lariInttN J !
of a laixtr' (!.,iummtt: >. It!! AuWt" \tu.lXW N "Mr .
tell V' Jce *as t.meil is .C.2 tt" tsar3-he.rer ?Thia ',f Wt":>!. .N wtadl :\1ft. ell:1 II N:rt -
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tM 1.Hn'th.uht!: ant made '! r. .Sot iI1..cun! BgtPetal'
iN )pPW: rtfi! tfi: n1pto"fOr.t' '.ewrnmitte* liar \Titlimlt I 1 I .
t :31 tb.arr aratna.b.lear7
tIl''I. : vas uitcn is V ue itXamssed :na aauv nnaiuI ..alar.Dr 'anTW? .:i
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d Nt aNM { maC m..? ( tall rfr e\t h l1r; f t r (f. Wbatbt>l"'tt!! i>> ammt-I II 1 e-twtennan :..mmrmt-aba - ----- < .Yltu 15 TOs.eartfee .;"armemjuiiuu -
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too AnwwwrM-- :
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w-utD". 4rs' T <** +hM f'l.lB: ; x :Tioihstes, h* "-r.
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.; .. air :ttle va1" >*.. :tw1y IK open Car tSirtaWeilecwallv i > wnstrnft; ** ar heat prnstrati" n. I taso-tt '. Q. Qita a-awe set s.-ea; esilhs.IP,a yd ltn:1.: .:}NQI +. 8'TU. :3ta 1 awe '0 -- !'iatvlsltlr ''let. rieaaI.[ --

:aa t lilt- fMi' i f.. Wet tall ;1tt ntilin ttv ome: an a. -vtrn nit.. L.o u *l ''!aril '19w 'U =?i tine taut ; f ftfsa46tlg I :.. .::=,,== Dtmt Man*. J21*. nttting 'u 2eBurment 'UCanunem t s well O tow '0
felt of tiff! )I\-e anti 1 TVv>* 'vit'4otn. !iM iris 1r.o-c1:: dav j; 1e"V. M_ trott.. ll&if--II.' ; jaf6-.Pthn f f.Idw; :'. 3.ltn- nmrua 5. xpenaiIUBO to vtnie tie ..:u-e'.0IUJ1t. TTw-v :ta auimner n.liua19nc >''-
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.; "! ..,ettti.rt .ad''...*-.ars anti KnetarMr \t" tti-mnmr tae :,pdtttnt i terlirrefil :-nm HC", mi- - thw 1hMYlEHN. and ideah* of thee <*iu.tinir headache nai a; and<< a- dry skin .or .win' 'r 'Caanrt rik! svblte-he
0t30Irte t .'i.a .. -axld! aver fewn ar Waymealturl{. Men ,A :1tJ(1! El nittiun. :% The wise t-DMiier WIll sue :auM9 .. .
-. kilr4 f'.A'1IIt stiff 6t'tll.4t .' I ,rr4.n :.lid rra-t b. .5 !T1J'O v K( '> tIt: 'i-o u.tI -
and hear
; p.tMltat 'V:1V: : prltr3fim1' mutmi na trr pastor 95a; mi
'".. a. -i1nnnu.ralMI h DWg .ittt ; .!.9.soar9wnuel !a=t ace. .arer !S&! TB.C: w \' > tut n moM t>FI- viil !leave .

:.. a. }.}Wrhit.tlti} alit{' ......,.. t..n"U\1l: only }prMts. ::1- feehle hear :action .ftui: wHnomal": .emperwur I I BlWut. tlt.R.-ntN._ 1 .... :r'nU141'! life n ::9'tG faro 3Ji mihonII I -to tnai teelstef 'u 'if r aiign.assts ,1 \llu.t1.r
T 1O--J. .i ..-.r : n.-sae
ttl r + "sal I""""! t'A profir 1\,f Cttertfper : *. They attacu aged mutts and ;he; :-'r.. '.,..,..h'. )dare. IR.ewN ..____ moan C-1I11h"'''' 16 t. 4L r. 'e!". rouav "'Tt" t\1n"ft: bt... ..aJltura : I
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...... Iy"""" raise: prw':Uln\nlt-. I n y ) .' IrA 't.elr : :. s' ialatvs Tour t..tterao:
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) Scorn Compefilio .tates. _

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QU1NCY. --< U'\ -- Lar
rI I.r I ,no t,xth of the United Staot
e.. Long. his tee: tenjo aiid ham curl __a'
stone mu."Irr.:1t.'r"tlTn': gin ..
l'J! 'y : t.. be outdone b\ nixed <'h
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rues fr..nt set large haeh (
The high duwil rhoni : performing in the ..1Ultr.rm'tlfti'
d-- | Between niunbrr. Lan Repaired and .RentedAlso
and Ins In ?
gans .anginx t
in Stock
from 3 t" 7 filled in with tnilamment -.-.
from their: boml_tan ICICLES TRC\Cl.r.S
on the Ct'rrxionc near the: aud WAGONS SCOOT.nsI
'. tor ui intRTMKT,

I 11'. fll." I Overseas Cycle Store
I tiN tM.1f.4 STlrE7
b 320 Division Su Phone 1333::
,t 'al Mr.and Mrv. Eugene Case. rectle ........................
kR uurrhaved the oropertv ri
a ... Ir 717 Emma street, a foui--fannKapartnvnt
fur a iioine and an inrtment Electrical Appliances
\ Consideration wj> $10.
000. Nesco Electric
Parties to the traaacli vve<' KO\STiil..S 13.9.1
Y 'I'I t_ s represented by Fred Dion. v alto
Vutoiiialir Toae'leri
and Walter Beebe. asocute_
r S 1 8.95 niul 822.( U

j jI :Mvrih i* the rem of a tre Motorola Horn and Car
j.i I ILLUMINATION __ crowing in the t .i! Mrnni' city Hall is Klumicat-d for the first lime stare the end t' '
Sea ihtrictIn
M the war in !Irbnttn .
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completion of first I'Ostwuc 'Trade Inloa Cocsrcsc.msTVM TRADER

rr r ancient civilizations myrrh 718 Duval St. Phone 1000
. > :ns GHEI r IKI t.I.. !I L l furrr -nnii as a druj :/ - -. - -
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Located in the Heart of the City

If'J 'Ff. RATES PfinifC' RITE or WIRE


J s Ford Pershing Miller

Hulrl utter lIulrl.'

's Q : CO N.E. 3rd St. 2J6 N.E. lit Ave. 2M NE. 1st ATe .
80 Rooms 100 Rooms
e Rooms
t.Ir Elevator Elevator
''There ain't ooihm*wrong with the rammi heated Elevator
w odd that work won't cure.Had our
forefathers decided oa a 40 boat
R week -we'd still be fishtia lndnar
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- I the rear platform of President Truman's special train to shake Ye'- (:\S II.\S ';(>T IT, >%lial it luk>. to liuf it u-e-.l lit \t'r
I. Ins hand at Pittsburgh. This was the lint stop en his "grass i (

a roots" tour through IB states. 1F I I"'nlI"u million fati IH.-. M r\i"r \er,right j-fi\<' utilliuii |M-opl<'.

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,., / C.ii. rir\ililo. {-.*\.-r> nioeitu'iit of > urliffiM unite hap+Ue rite. :1.
\ .ui heat, a.. |IIKI or IHH a...>ou *Mi. it, 11"I''mHII on the jsel.t .

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s (>"a> ;:iinstant. lieal. ,\ flip of tier salty rises \eats .1 hot, \

blue flame; MIOU turned off, it .liJ|.ale.. at settee uilli noatiMiiul vaiI rig .

- for it !.. ti ol off.

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I (;U" i" rleats, then |ir. iHrl,. adjttated it "illilul ascot up \ourCaleraila

or INrolor jour Mall or ceiling, and a- flat prinlurl* ofoitil

.- (' n-!ioii nrt* tin Kinie no matter what furl or s-iirrjoii IIMonr *

\ applianre ...-. no dirtier nilli gar than with pat. of tin other*.

TO PRESIDE- Senator AH f.' -

f \T. Btrkley (D., ICy.), left,
keynoter, amJ ReprettntatUtSam (:IUo t" 'unullli.'al; ..Iarts tisistg

Rayburn (D., Tex.), commended ,' Recipe of the Week.sMlCHKS .
at permanent chairman nj furl or cnerrt llu uinoniit of

f.r Democratic National Com" \k mt )IIEn. CIIEESI: %our hill ,l"|M-ii.l.. on the iiiutiher of
s tntios /,,1J J:. ACID. ,

6 slaves bread 2 Ig. t6rnatpesIb ."lu'0l UHiU ll..r.l, and Inila_ jour (!:'..

: .- oft 12 ?liee sabaioti dollar till hut-.. brat iinila
Executive Body .: ht"vse m3yonn I';" "
Toa t bread un one-' sidt- a* terse Mill get ttith ant. oilier had orrnergy
Picks Chairmen Spread i nt..astfl side with -
'' ma\wnnaise IMace a thick slice ,on nu> IIM*. .\11.11.. all tin L',

For ConventionBarkley of tomato on each on. cover ahnte aiKanlam, free venire. amithe
with a lice of soft cheese "

lay two strips of partiallybixtiled ,...rI.. .av read of in-lallii! .r ,ua- \..'
Named Keynoter, hdctoi on topPlace 2

Rayburn CommendedIn inches from flame Broil until .....r\i.... in jour .' :nul >on realize
h" baron tv done and cheese is .
1: melted that CVS! really ha> what it lakito .
recognition of their long ,
Set heat control flame at.
and valiant service to the Democratic .y or make it the mo-t niiNlern fuel or
Party and to the nation asa HONORED RcjarescstatrseMary ta highest position. Preheat

whole Senator Alben W. Bark- Norton (D., N.J.), cot, ; Toast bread I'a nuns. curt,:.' \on ran IIM* Ieaela. .
I./. of Kentucky and Kepresentatire mendtd at chairman of credential '" Broil sandwich about 3 nuns. -
Sam Rayburn. of Texas committee for contention, -
aninonty leaden of the Senate and

ilouM. respectively have been t J .
anted unanimously to fill key post
M the Democratic National Con- than held \ .
portant pest ever before ,
fraction, convening In Philadelphia \
Commendation t '
by a woman. >y
-t 2 P.M. Monday July 12. the executive Committee is usually .

Th party executive committee tantamount to election by the i... .....
Meting to Philadelphia recently, Convention.The .
.l..... Senator Barkley aa temporary -
executive committee author" KEY WEST GAS CO.
chairman and keynoter and bed Senator J. Howard McGrath. .
ummended Representative Bay- of Rhode Island chairman of the
bur U the convention aa permftcat *- Democratic -National Committee '
chairman.Representative. t* mime a temporary committee IV) 1'I.E.11ING STREET pun'E (.1

Mary Norton of .. begin the preparation of a plat
New Jersey, was commended tothe. term draft. It .:.. authonzed i
euaeentioo a* chairman of the Senate UeGratb mak..thens7
.....&iaIa committee, o MC* ioa eonventioa &rraDSemeJ1ta.I ,

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.. FOR HK1.BLA1KFAIK"'._'-- '... l*'tWKVTPavromt 4
:* T1PB f..r .ta ifj-* ad-'""",,:.:
we must talk over" as one would sit on a throne. mentor i' invariably ia adcape# yl
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"Oh, Hi be home in time." For "Here she is, Liz" Lucien said. AdnrtlseJltt'IIU under t"h' head i; regular ad rrAi a their-iI lae3ee w..
to Hildred's surprise Hildred her tone was actually "My mother. the Countess de will Le l erte in Tae '""IT\: at.Unto. fns.5 .
MUCH : . .. in- t meats -barged- HPri
that .. 1 f.-r -
phoned Sunday r
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Hildred. the rate
flippant "If I'm late you can chat Macena, i'Tlh I BI.II:\TIODeoLrtc
:morning to ask if there was anything with Mummie. She smiled on Hildred extend- rrlKia.. but the minimum 1-M charge tIt' Ti> insur* ocbtl'-aUoft. c py teSt
urder -
he could do to help out withJimmy's first Ji : In The Cf'fsra "fflee txfprjruoVI
"I'll waitRandy said briefly. ing a gracious hand.I have looked The rate fur i.lar .f.e. !? a t ..
i aiftulag. cf
visit. And then he hung up. forward to this momentsJ'le w rtl. and tbminiinwm charge for I rk atiii.. is. )(**
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"lie's for drive .
going a Hildred knew that even Randy said. "I would like very much'to ;lie first 1i avrlla b .e. s\-
mother, in the this after-
country would not have done that if he know you as well as my son ap- ':
noon. So there really is nothing had not been upset. He had never, 'parently believes 'he does." ....
can do. Randy, though 1is ender U." r..r..rl"or '.acjtipio 15r$
you eeCted .
is at
all the times she could recall, .tit .d.-.YI-n. ..
mighty nice of you to ask." in Hildred knew that she had been in IId..or..I..c. .a..lclR ar cewtrn '. The L"tlu.a we,
hung up on her without saying right; Countess, or not Lucien's .Tent of error for I... first tn* rlio'" in tias.ifl.d Advert..... sofa.
"I'm glad it'sII..orkin out so'wcll.w good-bye. mother was like every other SfiTJiT ,'S.rrtf.*.* r,.r -yaiy .b. a,Anal amount -f. srrace '.s gpit4\ lr a
Randy returned heartily. "I Hildred did not mother in the world. She had part vf the a J ertl_ment where the errs orura.HELP '

suppose I am to come for supper" HOWEVER or as confident come sooner in order to look Lu I . . . . . . . . ., . . .1 .
as I have every Sunday night? - - - - ..
about meeting cien's new friend over for herself
Hildred said, "Yes of course. mother tried soundto WANTED MALETOPOGRAPHIC [ FOR JUNTCOTrACEaitFurnIShed
Hut don't come any earlier. as she had to Fortunately at this moment Mr, I
Randy. What did you wear van Duren turned to step forward
Kandy. I won't be here. I'm having -
tea this afternoon with Lucien. when you were to be presented to and welcome Hildred in such a DRAFTSMEN cottage, hot water

Lanier and his mother." a countess? warm manner as to leave no doubtof Undo: Minimum 3 years experience I Couple only, no ; "
Lucien had said for just to
his "WelL dear
There! That ought to be ablockbuster sincerity. my topography Perm rear 1012 Varela Street
be herself. So that in
maybe was
Miss Hildy, be beamed on her. I
what she would do. She would "How nice to meet you here." anent. Major oil txapany.i .I| stairs. jun7-fia
"You're having . Lucien wear what she would have worn Please submit qualifications. 1 -
Mrs. van Duren helped matters
Lamer, did you say? Randy'stone any other Sunday afternoon and and samples of Small threo-rown
along by putting in her word. "It experience cottage, fslished.
now disclosed that she had
she would have to hope that it
to dear child." She II The California Company Phone I453-R. :
achieved a direct hit. would be all right is nice see you. work. :'y
"Yes that's what I said." Hilrired And it must have been as the came up to give Mildred a light 1818 Canal Building. New jua7tSTORAGE
took delight in making her first thing Lucien said w hen he 1 1saW' kiss on one cheek. "How is your I Orleans Louisiana. jun7-ltx
mother thc.-.e ? I've been
tone nonchalant. "Lucien had her was, "How lovely you days ,
been anxious for me to meet his I look! I like you in white, Hildied, I moaning to drop around to call pa, Over $2 . .
her. You must tell her I shall Ambitious young men.
mother . she is the Countess de better than in any other color. 1 verysoon"
know." hour Sell name plates for Red Brick Storage C you I'I'Maqna. They did not to his own pri-
"I didn't know you. knew the vate quarters but to the large I Hildred thanked them both not hoe as. Write National En- or commerciaL Phone 732jiliualjf
only with words but with her i
Countess' son. formal drawing room. Hiidred gravers. 212 Summer. Boston.
Lucien was the man who rescued :I was dismayed to discover that eyes. She knew they had deliberately Mass jun7ltxTRANSPORTATION
me the day I got shot," Hil"dred there were other guests. She rec- come to her rescue to show FOR SALE !'
I their hostess that this intruder 1 t
explained. tr.'an ,
cognized two of them as
'"Indeed. The inflection inJtandy" i Duren and his wife. They Were had their warm and hearty ap-, !
tone was sucha mixture I influential people in the town I' proval. : Bungalow, sroall- store J
of conflicting reactWn that no onecould I Mr. van Duren being its bank@t:] Shedid her best to act natural, Navy chief and wife driving to and lime grood four'J z:
have told exactly how tie' -anti members of the clinic's as Lucien had told her to, but she Norfolk Va. Thui =da -. Can lots. size 50' x 120' each. Ingot*
reacted to that board of directors. That would I fell distinctly like an outsider; if take one passenger. Telephone section. This can be,boijght!
"Lucien is so understanding and help some, knowing them. The nut lake the intruder she was con- 1303-W. jun -ltx easy terms. Johnson & Jofc*.
fident Lucien.motl1er consideredher
Tree. and suoh a gentleman! I've others were all strangers. sun Phone 372. ulf
never met anyone like hun 1 Mamie had said that the Coun- to be. --
Bandy, in all my life!" tess was "a sight in herself"; and She also was certain that the WANTED
"I don't suppose YQU have" as usual, Mamie was right. 11.1- Countess would never like her. SIGNS"F"jr Rent" "RoomzJ
Randy returned. He cleared his dred had never seen a more beautiful nor' accept her as a friend of ber Room and board wanted by couple. Rent," "Apartment For H.k.*
tnroat ..o maybe he had choked "woman. She had snow white SUo"} ". But Ihl.i:'..>rl decided not to Write A. P. in care of The TilE ARTMAN PRESS
before. ":\Ia.bc01 don't want hair: but her face was as unlined let that bother her. Sne had promised Citizen. jun7-3t' ar
ir." to conic for Sunday night sup- and fresh <** a young! girl's. She Luct-n. in making that srlKmn -
petonight. Though if you'll be had Lucien's wonderful dark pledge that no one should i :iI
Rome later on I would like to see eyes. She was sitting at the far ; come betien them FOR RENT White outside paint $:.. .

;-U. Hildy. There are some things end of the room on a divan, much .i (To be runliiluetl) I 9-inch electric fans. 18S..ho.

---- ---- '- -------.-- - --'- - -. } Store to let. 3 x60. At 218 Simon- crty & Co 846 Olivia, eMir
ton St Call II. Altman, Phone Packer. Call 1537. junftt
AKA11S BLAST A PATH INTO JErU'S \I.K\rS OLD CITY i| 632. junl-tf

_. '. i 500 frbects. 8j :x II. while ne-

: :--Y; ii 7< New beautifully furnished onc- print. %;;c. Artman Press,Citsti

r-- : . |! bedroom hinii*. $3000 month- Building Phone 51. --i.
,..: J t ly. Call I317-R. junl-3t.\ I may:3Jr


LIVE IN COMFORT I J Pressing: Club, aopd businas,
good hx.-atiwn. Krarsuiv to 3ing.
room with private hath 809 Du\al Street ,
and :'rSpecial
t ai i Weekly Rate
F I $15.00 Up Wrapping paper of various"siS.Artinan .

Two bedroom Cottages Ready Press Phone 51. JP

I For Occupancy-June 15th Jw9All

4 Directly on the Ocean -'
STEVEN HOTEL APTS. tJ-pcs..r res ur "
Phone 1478 rnent. Inquire : :n1

J jun -tf Perez. . !
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Rocky Road Bar monthly. Fully "' Man's Rollfa bicjcly.:, Used
weeks. A bargain at 52*
a with license.
equipped liquor
-i Southard Street :.j :
Apply 1005 Divt-ion. jun7-6tx "
e Washing machine. good COf1d*.
Charming home. 1012 Southern. I I" '
Call J3fl
I536-J. .o; ,1
two large bedrooms two bath I Seminary. jGr3Sa 3
i open screened brcc/cway. June

I5th to November. TcU-ph"nI I '
I Notes (Promissarjr}. le etcn. ArV:
I 673-R. jun7-3tx man Press Citizen Bld ,. ?ia&

\t' \'. ,,0 p. "'" " 0 i L.t" 1t.igas ne' i FOR RENT ROOMS I 5L 1IVIH'

Four months old large B1aCbk r il
CLOUDS OF SMOKE AND DUST BILLOW UPWARD around a group of buildings: in the Old I OVERSEAS HOTEL washing machine adja41:

City of Jerusalem as an Arab demolition charge explodes. The Arab p'eked their way through !: 917 Fleming Street Vornador fan onderf'iHx e<>jE

Jewish gunfire to plant dynamite under the walls and blast a path into the Old City held by Jews.People's i Weekly Rates Motorola radio-phoncgripb' \\I;

3.00 to $10.00 without Bath Me model with recprds., 2 j
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1 $12.00 to $15.00 with Bah Seaplane Base. Hassle N l
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> ,,I juni-u I Apt. E. Phone 131-J.,1....

Forum 1 i iafi. -

h. Steel ice box practically JJ.1I
Furnished apartment, 3 rooms I *3.00.pply 823 Johnaeb:
.... t iiisrw wrlewwie.. rsprrs.i.wa and bath. Maid and Lane. i1Ul--to
..f the 'i..... .. u. rrwd.rr { janitor
.. hot lac rdii.r rases.. the ti x r service linens and utilities -.

are right..'oo...1.drlrle........ ......w.1.' .I...........whirlh...... I furnished. Summer rales. Coral FOR SALE BOATS .- ,.
.......... 'i.he qr.t..r. .h..1.. be Hotel Apartments, opposite
fair awd ...n... the I.......... tawl Post Office. juni-:!OUt 40-foot Aux. Aldcn Diesel Sd oc' -
: p.N, word writ..w ..r side.r
the psPer ..a". siRwaterr .f rr. Newaiti.. new G.M. pleat
the wrilcra ..... brr.CaNS IhrIrtlrr Efficiency apartments all utilities (engine.. ...dio leph'tlle. Jigitplsnt
I.... r..awdwill.....,..... .threwac.NQT be pwhii.hcd. furnished. Adults only Also Very well found. Veiy
sleeping $10.00 to $12.00 W$
-- rooms. reasonable. J. P. Linijipy.
ELKS AUXILIARY double Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming Wilson Btdg. Corpus Chrfe*.

Edam. Tim Cn/s.-n-: Street junl-tf Texas. juritltiMISCELLANEOUS
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fiat ne
Furnished 2 1-2-rwm apartment.
"oont issues of the er.e.t: lit Utilities furnished. $<59.00

iJK-n that the Anna Mlllei 11.t-iein irs. monthl\ Couple only Apply Washers irons, vacuums Lind
sanitation being founded 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tl fans repaired. O'BriuJ PbdA'

hK -%" \l rat ladies that it iJ ,*njuxiiuiv 1164-M. jt4-U
of the Key West Elk 0 I Compl tel> furnished new effi

To whom it may concernThe: Electric For all txpciijdwork, contfrt
Cm-lo, '. W
\tina Miller is no w ,t' a Roberts Cabinet Shop
iviit of the Elks national i'rderi water. Phone 213. junl-tf Caroline Street Phone 1*":

;i Mfriencc the Grand Lodge -..ta.utrx Screen dour cabinets of LIZ

For Rent-Small furnished apart kincU. window screens, cU..
The forming of any auxiliai -sh .1' ment. 419 United Street. Apply expertly made-to-order.
<- u.-.e of the organization name 1224 Du\al Street. junl-tf junl-7U

'.'"m,.isnia oa any part there __h_ _

-..Ie cf ticket.adfrt sina <>r ijhfivisc Furnished apartment. Apply upstairs c..nolintShvp.. =Jnn StrWt.
is forbidden. I 1013 Division Street.i will rvnwin open throufa

The Lode would appretvtcTin PRESIDENT TRUMAN WAVES f>'om hcai platform of his junt-Stx June with inrrra ing storknrw. of

Citizen sivmu this notice : special train in Union Station at Washtnqt---* before starting '. inexpensive cottons f'

publication so that membei.s of westward on an 8.500-mile 'grass ro-ts: making tour through : Apartments available. Apply 411 lipcwei' and aperies. Fr a

the older and the public at lai utr 18 states. The trip will be a major test oi him popularity. : William Street. juni-6ix 10 to daily except ThurtCU
'I'IV be informed that the Anna : and Saturday: afternoons r.
Miller Curie is no part vf the : Furnished apartment vwplrvnly. ju&SitJuidc

Ifc \i-lcnt and'CtiOrder Ill Wind- ; 11,1. Hit .1"1.I; ,Ii 1021 Packer Street. _ _--
..f Klkx. of the United State i.f jun7-3lx ( hand laundry Ootvif
.\inciu-a 01 a subordinate lodcvII Shades of
Niirhl. brought to my urc. rte
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L. OSTKOM 53.25'enila 1 I "Furnith apartment but "'a'..,,". Banks .J1f Julia Street.ni2u
Secretary.Bv ,I Apply 912 Fleming Stmrt.
Director. In a tnmtt there was UP-I
K<"v W.->t. Ha..' JOLIET. 111.-\1'- wmy v,. Mj,'k that e\en the j, stairs.

..bm1.. 1948 blew out the tail light on hi- othv-i pupil. ci'lktl him ":\lidnl1 LOST _ eS -

___ I fUt ,mubHe. Allen R. bt Tf.L-v uaall very good Furniihi-d. modern apsunmx-nl. I _
< Thayer ; ki J CaixtoUtutvn
living liedroofn. kitchen. rift Loot un
unt:I a m-\\ pupil onl>' a few room. keys on <;:-
Swk.s lirrt'e police when he was arrested for shades lighter than he entered tile bath. 705 Emma St $13 Dux'a I and WhiteheaO.

oJtt.'I'atinlhick without a tail UK.thi.",l. On being called the I per week. Walter Bcebc. 3i3-M l Finder return to 425 Canto.

\ petition seeking iI divlwrct. light. Thayer explained he ores KM'i-r cit by the new pupil. or 166. jun7-H luny3txnn

,i filed Saturday the office "Kl-nn. I" huff '.
; : got >
using a kerosene tail lqht. POKVMagi&trate ; ;; .
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n: rn nut Court Clerk Ross C. 0'1.--. n he.ih' Don'tutI call .. vvv TTtr v TTtt .v..v. .y.I -

--,iw\.'i InCII"I E. Johnwo.un'st Thomas K. Sprague 1 IT" r.-. '0 dni ht Y .u'" about I -

,,::. Betty Johnson fined bun S3Z and told him to :.h..'",, ;, -' "bben yo-se'f."* Subscribe Weekly
: To The Citizcn-25c
modernize the cars lighting o.. :

Omnamun f> used toe ilawnnsi he might be arrested a;;ain-.f ht I I Fifty H.n '?k' a year vi,,- (I.

i --'1ti,: medicines. wind la. blowing. It tnn':1 ::;t..'.tO" nia eunis .a....... .. .... .. .. ..A...UA..t..AAA.t4.A..J.6..t . .etali.. !!ltiLi



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51 f"i BENNY'SMotor WHERE TO BUY IT When .sad certain thai product b doubt or u service la where U needed THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU I j I

I :: TROPICAL TRADER I t. boy i! i iWE ,t:

i Court : : ....................N...NNNN............. ....... -_...... _---.------------..u.-.....---_--.-....5....aa. I'' .,.
: 909 Simonton St. : : Nice Selection : If It Is EIctrical REPAIR- rri! : .. : CRAIG r
i- ; :''I : Ownenhip.Management of BENNY FERNANDEZ : : of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : w E SELL i T | .. : POOR OLD : a
i Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Call For and.Deliter ': :
I. Serving . SEE: OUR . : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station I t
: : 30 Year Experience: la Electrical; Work :
8 to 11LUNCHEON. Electrical : : '
i SHOWING of Appliances J. H BRADY. Manager PHONE tW4 J!
"i' : DINNER. S to 11:30 8:30 to 2 : ......NN....eee* .*..eeeeeeeeeeHO ..5.f. : LLCcZZL 211 DiroJ'Street : .:- Marco Mess: Jr. Prop. : Francis and Division 8tr*.t !
S : 5 ......... .... : ..., : ELECTRIC A : 711 DUVAL STREET Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : t.: fI
t The Best of Steaks : : TELEPHONE: 41 : '. .

a : Short Orden-Sandwtches : f. CS ] RYST6'RE'] : ............................................... : 122 SIMONTON- STREET : !......."Your.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Deafer"............ i;'
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50' S.:' .. .At AU Hours : .: 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COB.WHITE ST. : :I 555555555555555555555.. : Dry (:leaning : .......................................... .

S S TROPICAL Try Our Frozen -:: :' e' Tour Patronage Invited" s PRITCHARD ; RUSSELL :: and PressingS RVICE
t -a 5 :: Cfpch gaily and Sunday ... :' It.. It Jce Cream .Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL Free- Pick-Up. and : RADIA9.j]! I J
; 8 A-M, to Midnight : :. Delivery Service : : ;
:............eeeeeeeeei..:. : Sick Room Supplies School Supplier ; : : DRY GOODS :j ;: .SUITS for MEN .: : .Rod Cleaning: O Retiring find O Flushing :

:..........Toilet......Preparations.. ... and Articles HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET ;_.1.. ;-: and WOMENAIadelo : AUTO AND :. i
'> ............S.............. : TONY'S
.........*eeeeeeeeeeI .. ......... .. : : : PHONE 373 : .; >MeaurcPHONE : BODY SHOP :
... ... . ...... ; Let Those Serve ; ; : 282 ; : :

S I GOMEZ : MUMFORD[ \ ?( ;and;;; ROSS Who Serve Best ;.; Specializing: .:;.: ':,..................... ............603....OS...GREENE.......STREET................... li

-220 DUVAL STREET : S WE HAVE NEVER :S ill ] :..................... ............................................ '
: FURNITURE CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : BETRAYED A TRUST- : : .: "ffi t'
: : l Women's and J : CAROLYN
: 720 DUVAL STREET Carrier _, !I
: LOPEZFuneral I
Air-Conditioning : Overseas Hotel 313 Fleming SL : '! "
: Jinrnile : : . .
Furniture Ambulance Service : Children'sTelephone i iee : ;)l t= : .
for Domestic =
: HOUSEHOLD: [ : Commercial Use : I f
.._._ 548 : : ;: "
; 133 --- PHONES ServiceEstablished We In I
: Plastic FURMTURE : ...u...........NNN...... ....e........N..N.US! : : Never ': : API)art -! : : : ::tE:& Scalp Treatments Specialize. Hair Dyeing :; ti
Axminster Inlaid Broadfelt Congoleum! : ................................. .............. ....................... ......................a, ' illS : Pbonc-:": ALL TTPT.9! nf RKLK"K CURTISSTELL'S : ..:
: Electric S: ...................... ........*...*....,... .! Licensed Funeral : I....................'rEa.A......B...TA.....ES.......... ;

!i [ RADIOS anAppliances : HOTPOINT mane. : : Directors and : ..5.5.55555..55..5...........................,
J.A.MYERS !I .i Etnbaluicrs24Honr. : -
S :
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: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : BEAUTY NOOK ;
Waslnnjr Machines\ for : : : Scientific Beauty Culture : \
: Terms Arranged" : Immediate Deli*-cry : Licensed
OPEN TILL 3.00 P.M. : : in All Branches .. ,
S MON. and SAT. : HOME APPLIANCE : ': !. AmbulanceService. : ': Thoroughly Experienced }? : .

...................... 60S SIMONTON SThEET PHONE 11 : PAINTING Contractor j : : Operator :
:................................................ FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED> : Soft Water Used Exctastolr :
....................... .................................................. : Telephone 8127. 11. Dural Street.Jefferson Hatal. : Phone 135 Night S36 : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. tr :
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PRICE i Key West Garden & Lawn .............................................,
j TOURS Supply When You 'Want FASTER, BETTER N. .NNN..........N... .: Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited ,

5 PassengerRepresenUtie : ::: 914 Full FLEMING PET STREET SUPPLY PHONE. 1013 ;: FLOOR SANDING : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i ii : Frances Beauty Salon i !Ii t'

: : : Line : Oa Old or New noors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE: : : Frances Park. Owner : .

: .. : :: Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line ':, ; Guaranteed Work Modern> Methods- : i : ; :Il 1010 GRINNELL STREET ; *
: Culture in all its ,'haws !
: FLORIDA EAST j: Courteous Service and Delivery : J. DOUGLAS TREVOR | : CONCH SHELLS : l Beauty : 1

I : COAST RAILWAY ................................................. : 11129 Harris Aiciiuc Phone 1374-R. : AU SUM :. : Facials Permanents Shampoo- Scalp-Treatments Manicuring : '

.............. .............................................:. .R. -
.................................. : For Appointment Phon. 1391 !
: Vw> Located Next : .................................e......... : COCOANUTSSPONGES ..............................................
Sate :!O' : .....e..............-........................
W. DR. COBO'SOFFICE ;. on dwellings/( Fire i insurance : Landscapingl\IarlandTopSoil\ !! ': : Marion CASA CAYO ... :
fi : IIUESO :
: i house": : b INSURING with : -5 5 : \a.
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bldgs. TOP sort S6.SO PER YARD or $1.00 PER : b! W
FLEMCTO STREET hold and per. : : MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS :: : Will Ship to Any Part :
I !tear el La Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. "Southernmost House in.U. .A.-
Concha :
I 50nal effects. :' Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : S ol u.s. or Canada : .
: All Policies Non-Assessable ; S J400 DuTal Street TelephoExpert 1314 ;- '
Save 15 on "
PHONE 121 : i -I iMarcy S. Palacio Hair Tinting "Hair Cuthog/ 'AI' : .
.....................: MfsTrcnkllC 1.L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 6. WEECH 1021_ Olivia St. .. Personalized Permanents Styling .. .t' : t.?.

................................................. :..............._..4.,i.........PHONE..... ._.SOIJEFFERSON .. ...e; ::_ 401 KEY WEST.South FLORIDA Street : : Exclusive CorecbTe but Not Facials Expvnsir t7 J'IIJ :. ..

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:. .. : COFFEE ( ...e...............55 ............................................. :
: Ride the Bus to the :: : B.&B.: i: rn..s p..f : II* DUVAL STREET SHOP-. :i. :.:REAL- ESTATE : For More Hair Tint.Natural ;: ... .

: GOLF COURSE : : : x lag or Finest
::1 822 Fleming! St. R. M. Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday ,5 i - Sale : M' in Permanent '
: 5P.M.to1A.M\ : Waves . .
ys tusliman Motor\ Scooters : : SERVING TV*** 4J 4- : l Appraisals :III

I. Sales and Service Immediate Deliver : : COMPLETE uinners : Lease : Beauty
L : BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches :- : Rental : ; I.

Seats $P Rental Service ..........e...REASONABLE..: ..........PRICESINSURANCE..........-..._ .......S. :. Management is c Colony e (
TAKE: Buddy ........ e. . ... .. ..... :......-..-' : '!mpr Ted sad Vacant 0 r 3 521 Southard : .: fr.. ,
I BUS 9 Parking Flags .. c .:.:. Properties lad Moaro la Key Weet : -'e Street ; Z\
N0.1 County Next to 1
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to the .WindshieldsFootrests : : ernmost Beauty 11
: .1 : GOLF : : '. 2; s J. OTTO : : School i-
Y J ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : :.. : : BeauticiansSpecializing s II.: I

Y Also DAYTON BICYCLES and Key West Insurance Co. i : 411 Fleming Street : 44a -1 in I"I t I
;t : Have Fun! : :, SI* WJ Str..t : : Most Modern i
PHONE ISM : PbOBM 124 and 75I-R : : _____ ___. ____ Beauty Culture
:....................: ........................... .5 : Directly in Front of PostofficeeVeVe : -v II.
: ....WWWWWVWWVWWvvvv....555.5.. .:::::::::::::::', I*
I REP RED I q te.t1 eeee .....e ..... ..
'I ........... ..' BICYCLES : " " " ; :
:.24".i. SERVICE : FOR RENT BEAUTIFYYour : INSURANCE (Good;; Work;; Ljii;;;; ; :.
: Experience in Watchmak- : FOR SALE r. I "
; : ; Daily.between 3:30 A.M.and 3.30 t( : 1
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ing qualifies us to assure. Our Customers> Must B.Sati.ied Entire House with : I
: you accuracy and dependability : I OFFICE : P.M Appointments arc acceptedfrom r : -S P I
; in repairs. : i j public by Senior Students ol 1..' [I'
: Whether it is the incx-- ; 920 DIVISION STREET PROVE 1310 : INLAID LINOLEUM | 52. SOUTHARD : .,. ,.
pensive seven jewel or e. I J STREET : TheSouthernmost :... I
the most costly seventeen OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE or ASPHALT TILE : > Opposite But Station : \ i

: Jewel infinite care is ale ; . .................................... Schoolof '
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S ways guaranteed. .........e.............................. : EXPERTLY: INSTALLED HONE '
> HO. 1 I Beauty Culture :
If your watch is not ., lELEPIIONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE ;
: : giving you complete sat- : i DRUM BAR and :
523 Southard Street
isfaction. why not bring .
I ; it in? Our charges are extremely ; : PACKAGE DEPAR1MENT Key West :| -TIIFPorterAllen-- : : There are a number available with over 800 hour i
reasonable. : of state approved instruction who know the latest :
: 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112We : i : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
DAN VAROLL .: -" Delirer"O S Floor Co. :, under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
: WATCH and JEWELRY : Beet Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town :, Covering : :: beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although .
: :I Company appointments are not required it Is advisable :
S REPAIRING : .Packaged Goods ; : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORIT :. :. : : For Appointment s

: Work Done On Premises: : :................. ... i:::::::::::::::::: ...........1 ......,.... I i.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel. 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PONE 537 :
: 515; Finning Mrwl : N ::::i.::::S::::5:::::NN.; ::. .........*eeeeeeeee***.....e.*..*.....
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k k5' ..555..5..555555.55555555..55.5.. .- : FANS $500 to S49 i : I If hy I'uy More tf'hen Ion Lan: Buy- For l<<:*9 : i JOHN CURRYPLUMBING S

: When You Go : and ray As You IF'rar or liJCf"lIEN'S ; ?

: Food Shopping : : .P CASH or TERMS 1IC : Regular *'"5 Values l0-95
: Be Sure to Get . :: \ PAN'TS Regular 510.35 Values $7.35 : .
The I'" If'I' w

:. S dIo&tan. .. Radio RepairService : Ladies' DRESSES .- Greatly- Krduced : Installations and Ur/Hirc ; -',
Just Arrived-
I ENRICHED : Corers .Linens eCurtftins .Plastic Table Cloths : t
I : ::: a in South I'litridtiAl's : : and Aprons e Silverware Radios .Electric Irons : I KKE ESTIMATES, ON Illigi I.>T ;.
foundation of Today's : "Convenient Terms Arranged"HAMILTON
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s 11
: : Call Ls and Be Satisfied

!. Heal .Planning 'liWe Han Music Co. ;, MERCANTILE CO. : Phones 781 and 229-\\VI I Id
t .. - PHO'I'(E TELEPHONE 1312: :
. HALF FAJIALDOKeyWtA ... The Lat..t 522 Southard Street :
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s 700: ".M. 8:00: PM,-Boxing: :
'' Training, J PAL Equipment I. -

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Wives Rid Cr.l\s; First AN!11.I I IU
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7:20 P.M. 10:00:( P.M.-U. S. Naval -
FANNED BY HIGH WIND. a forest fire races: through the MissiSEago area of northern Ontario. Hospital Party jointly
Canada. This blat it about to merge with another cohering: 100.OUO acres on a 67.rode front The with American lied Cross i.

fire is described as the largest and costliest ever recorded: in Ontario. (2nd Tuesday). :

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the Ping Pong, Writing ROOTI.Si .!I ,,",
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Fishing! Party joint I
f Jackson Square. Whiteheadand I
program NCCS YMCA and . .
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: Southard Streets Hed Cross ati1
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7:00 P.\! JJO!: M.-Sf'wing I
\ 900PM: .-Dance. John Pntch Claw :Navy'\: Ui\es
r r ard and His! OrchcstiaTuesday 730: PM S30: PM.-Spanish i I

,I Class) for Beginners; Miss !
8:30 P. M Little Theatre Group Rimond, nctructiesj 'I.
rehearses; Ping-pong; :Shut: 8:30 P.1\1. 11:"0 P.M.-Dancing. ; 0 ar

fie Board on the Patio. THURSDAY !I '

Wednesda J:00( A.M. 5:(00 I'M.-Sewing '.
1:00: P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval I Mi.dIinc, Typewriter, Writ :
THOR THORS Hospital Patients. Joint Pro- tag Room. Shower American printer writer patriot
r Kfr AMp, 8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Party :
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9:00: AM oOO: .'M.-Sewing "
r rI featuring Square Dane- !( Machine, Typewriter Writ-I .t
t ing, Virginia Reels: and physicist.
I diplomat
Huom. Shuvurs.SAfUnDAT
.; : ..:rt..q' Ireland an island republic: on the rim of 10:15: P.M.-Weiner Roa i $4* ,j. A the Arctic Circle in the North Atlantic, has Patio Grill I II II i ,
P.M. 6:00 V,M. Picnic. I
the world's oldest parliament: the Althingwhich -, I Thursday i' 1:00: : .
il was founded more than 1000 years 9:00: P.M.-Dance. John Pntch- Fishing (sien un in advance). i i
r'' ,};.Jd k1"t. -, ago by the first European: settlers.Governedby ard and His OthestraFnaay : SUNDAY 1
of her 1030: A.M. 11:. O AMCom j
r t.M ..,. Denmark during much: history I .
f .. -- Iceland severed the last ties to that King 8:30: P.M.-Bridge, Pinochle and muniun Bft'ukr."t. White; : .
1 l Dom when it became a republic: in 1944.! Of treat strategic importance Movies. i Hat Club U. S. Sub Base;
1i, during World War II,the volcanic island now is vital to aviation and Saturday I j ((2nd Sunday). '!
i shipping using the treat circle routes. Her 122,000 people depend 8:00: P. M.-Movies. '! t:00 P.M\ 7:00: P.M.-Fishing ; MASTER in fields( part 1 ti its proud[ \ heritage. From 1 ,
nuinly on commercial: binl for>> a livelihood. Iceland's representa 10:15: PM.-Juke Box Dancing on Trip (sign up in advance), many
I tin to the toiled Nations is Thor Thors. Iceland national flat the palm ,1 Information services housing j)
Uiuws a red truss! outlined in white, upon a dark blue background. Sunday city maps. j Benjamin Franklin 1 served his his small Philadelphia printing

Religious literature librtry,1!
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Parties service laundry pick-up-
( America) (Know America: )
S i 3:00: P M.-Classical Hour se- available to all defense forces! became the of skilled craftsmen -
i 1709-Daniel Boone and several !I Rear Admiral Robert D. Woi : lections announced. ; and their families. "I At 16, he ) t plants today,
other hunters from North Carolina man. retired former chief of navI ; I
i 9:00: P. Fellowship Hour on MRS, E. S. COUGHLIN 0
mach Red River TCy first I'al chaplains born in Zanesillc,
white explorers of that country.- ; '!i Ohio, 63 years ago. '.! the Patio. Community Singing J Executive Secretary 4 editor and publisher (of his haw continually striven
i Beatrice Moreno at the MISS HILDA CASTILLO. |
: 1 177C -Historic Richard Henry I Dr. Herman B. Wells specialladxisor ,: Piano. i
\ I.*... resolution in Continental! I in Germany on cultural 10:00: P. M.-Coffee Hour. Secretary.I Ii i for improvement: and perfection
I ogress: That these United matters, pr ident of Indiana U S. O. meeting 'Girls' Ser- In 1939 the United States pub.; own newspaper.To

Colonies are. and of right ought i University. bom at Jamestown vice Organization), every. 2nd lished 180 million books. the lar technical l of
.. to be. free{ and independent I Ind., 46 years ago.I : and 4th Monday Best part of which were school Franklin, American pub-) (). in the art i
Mates"1S92' i I| Dr. James S. Simmons! retired : Game Room: Chinese Checkers texts Before World War 1 fiction -
I : -The American Jewish I dean of the Harvard School ol f chess cards, ping-pong, pool, led all other
Historical Sonet)' founded in' Public Health wartime bri adl.'I'-: l i j writing desks library, current : tvpt-x | lishiii") :and)( printing i owes, ill' ))1 Ii1t111" t-.
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New YCI Ic.1"x95China. I' eeiif-ial. born in Newton. N. C. I magazines, various table games
thanks President' 53 :years ago. '!etc.. i '
Showers; tennis rackets golf TrSBJEST"
Clmland for promoting peace in Maj Alexander P. Seveisk\ ol !I 5
the Orunt New YOlk, noted plane maki'" :: checking clubs, fishing service., lines film, cameras service, ,I :

i I 19G-U.:! S. Supreme Court and aviation authority icon in : mailing and wrapping packages. To See Four Dcntitl; i
i finds the Volstead Act constitutional -
Rnssia 54
1 1i years ago. : receiving messages, phone booths Often for llevt Reunite
i George Szal. conductor ol the stamps railway express service,
I 1929:! The State of Vatican Cityin Cleveland! Symphony Oiche:;tra. .;available to SERVICE PERSON- LIST YOUR REAL ESTATE + +
with of Italian- PROPERTY with
Kin" signing born in Budapest 51 years agj iNEL.
Vltlt'an Treaty.193'Engl.nd. Dr. Heibeit Feis famed e Kx>noniui !! Lesleigh DavisDirector.Gerald >& :\LI FR nmii: ; !

France Ger- born in New York. 55 :r-: ai's Pinder-Program Director Registered Salesman Associate '
ti any .,id Kdl; '>' sign; Four-PovieIVaie -I ago. of Fred Dion Registered Broker }
I _. P lC'. in Rom:'. e Dr. Frederick E Terman StanI j Lillian W t'a\pr-Set-retal"- OFFICE: 524 SOUTHARD ST. .
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leaders.! .II b\ the U. S. Childien Bureau ; effort to produce only the highest quality printing Each
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'Grey Lady and Nurse's Aide Rev. G. M. Ray To !;( t

I : Be Pastor First !j jUaptist <4 .

: Corps Give 62 Hours Service ; Chitrclt ;,, (4 i.

:: RED CROSS REPORTS'''r After services last night at the

t.'.I.( THAT 65: EMBERS OFRIOUS :Graduation First Baptist had a Church meeting the and congregation calledthe -) : '4>t WHAT HAS THE PRICE OF FLORIDA EGGS :

.: V.\ GROUPS .XL. Exercises Rev. George M. Ray, Coconut ;(
At Grove, to be the pastor of the :

; \OI.IJNTEEREI.: ) i church to succeed the Rev. ill'un-I j jme
School F.. Nichols, who had resigned. : I .
The Grey Lady Corps and' to accept a call in Alabama.I i
NuWs Aide Corps of the Key The Harris elementary school The Rev. Mr. Ray has aeceptvl'; I IN COMMON WITHYESTERDAY'S
We!'t Chapter of the American graduation exercises will be held the call and will occupy the" pulpit !

Red Cross gave 62 hours of vol tomorrow morning at 9:15: o'clock of First Baptist Church next .
? i-nteer <=ervu-e at the U. S. Naval Sheila Sunday. i II
Sweeting the valedictorian
Hospital and Municipal Hospital is He will reach Key W(-st as soon ]
.* during the month of May and Dolores Libeo, the salutatorian as he can arrange to have his '

Grey Ladies who served" were J.1ra..Mary Ely is the furniture shipped h?re. TRAFFIC ?
teacher i VIOLATIONS
Mrs. Lee Goddard Mrs. Clifton ;:
Evan., and Vis. Guy Carleton. |I Room mothers gave the graduating J 111ir1I1nSImIs :
Mrs. Carl Johnson send as class a picnic and swim- yews

Nurse Aide at the Naval HospiUl ming party Friday afternoon at Hold i iChickcn
and Miss Eleanor Wolkoff at South 8'a'h.Pflrly i

,the Municipal hosiptal I : .
f / Dinner;
t/ Sixty-five members of various At HarrisSchool
i** organizations in the I i
city gave- It
'f 161 volunteer hours entertaining-I For New t!i The Javshecs and their husbands '
the patients at the hoeiptal durt !I were: entertained Saturday I

r, May. These groups included I I'lng Registrant i s night at the Sun and Sand Club
; the Jaycees, Baptist Missionary ., with chicken dinner. :
Union American Legion Auxih The dessert bridge party planned (
f ary, Y. M. C. A. Junior hosted: 50,Beginning who have pupils registered numbering to enter by the Jayshees has been set ;
for June 17 at theVcman's clubhouse ka
,4 ces NCCS and the MUhidpal ,
: the Harris elementary: school next .
Aquarium. I Ii
'.' Grey Ladies September will be given a partyWednesday 1 The card party held recently I x3a
are badly needed
afternoon the
at the U. S. Naval by for the patients ..t the Naval hosI i
Hospital and
round-up committee of the PTA :
any women In the !1 pital l was a success: w
community The party will be held on the i I
who are qualified to give this Harris school grounds and will i I I I'I

service are'urge4 to contact the begin at 4 o'clock.Juniors To Reorganize \I
Chapter office.Curry i
1 1I I 'I Garden Club\! t t
I ; To Give 1 1I i'x .
Infant IsBaplixed i ii

Barn Dance For i The Key West Woman club '
Sunday : will hold a meeting tomorrow at 'I Ii r4. w
I Senior Club i j 3:30: p m to. reorganize the Key !

The infant daugutcr ..l Mr. and ,' West Garden Club : rt + ..ri __
Mr... Charles l'erey'Curry', 321 I Alter a short burins; meetings \
will be Friday -I
A barn dance given I
Mrs. Eugene A. Smith of Fort
Pcacon Lane. w as given the nameof !
June 13 in the Elks auditor-
Lauuerdale. director of the (
.' Peggy Lynne in holy baptism new ; !
: yesterday rooming bv Father ium. sixth district of Ftde I rated! Garden I j
and modern :
Hill-billy music
II. clubs. will speak
James MacCoiuiclI in. St. Paul arrangements will lie played dur-
'Fpi-scopal Church.Sponsors ) i i iI
ing thev'ning. Git,\M)n JIIUICEI'OItTS{
; wen the Mises; Gail Numbers will be drawn "out of

Sweeting and Margaret Curry the hat" for ri7t'S. A door prim Continue From Page One)
*..nd l John Glt'nw..od Sttrctini'. I I will l 1)e given and also for the Slic'kn..yVI'Itlm' CatJuliu: : -

funniest! costume of man and woe Pin.ij ..
e! 1 j Will P. IMir it Ie. Jr.. I.('sli.. P.AlUiiv ,
The Weather I I man.The'' dance is sponsored l toy the : John W. R"'nAd..l.' : .
|Juniors tie aid their Senior club : pints II. John e
Members in"charjo: of the .4>n. C. W. Itulterson. ArmandoDavill *
FORECAST I dance are: Mrs. Ramona Knight. :i. Carlos Rios. Julio 1 Laeedoma '- /
West general ChairmanMis: Dohc-e Joe L. Valinyucla Hilton r
Key and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy to cloudy with scattered Curry program!: chairman: MissCora Tift. Fnrique G. (,<.n ale?. Paul) i
showers thunderstorms today Lee Curry, ticket (chairman G Alhurv. Fart Russeil!l. Shawn

I tonight and Tueday. Contin .and ]Mrs\ Margaret Scull}', publicity Russell Joseph J. Abi':'u. George for CERTAIN
11. Eugene This One :
Vied warm Gentle to moderate chairmanSan I Knov les. S. Drudge Thing,
. variable winds.ress : : R Albury. Jr, James E. McWil-

f with scattered thunder I 1. Carlos: Holds luiins I
I t Honda: Considerable cloudi- Virgil Higgs. Alfred l F.. SandsKolxit .
storms today, tonight and Tuesday .:Closing; Exercises; R Mini, Samuel J. Mc-. p
; t Continued warm. t Clintock. Thomas F. Russell; Santiago -

I t .. East Gulf of Mexico and Caralullo Thomas Machin .
; Ja'k-I I' Closing "exercises for the last Jr.. Herman Roberts, Robert ,IIDopp .
sonville thru the Florida ,
J I& "Gentle to moderate wmd.s southeast .school term were held at:San Car- Jerry J. TreVbr-. WeSlev' ;
los last Friday. Gibson. Julio Perez. J. J. Kirsch-
t to south over south portion :
I, Prizes and diplomas were F. Richard
enbaum Edwin Trevor -
southwest north
and south to over
awarded to those children in best II
portion today, tonight and Tues- H Saw\er
I. day. Considerable cloudiness standing Thompson Harold J. Key F. L\
An interesting program was lernandezJoseph M Villar. Al
I ; with scattered thunderstorms conducted by Miss Beniles Re- Howard E. Wilson .
fled K. Haivev
'! cla> to-I I mond and Mrs. Lillian W Cowart
Bert Baker. .
r -' Jacksonville to Apala<- : and at the end of the program, refreshments C Cerezo W'I) .
Mackie, Joseph
J !; No small craft or stoi m warnings were served liam R. Kroll, Chaili G. Paov I BOTH MAKE LOCAL NEWSIIFor

have been issued School will resume activities ', Chester T. Kownles fVcar Holla
next September when enrollmentwill Haiold 1 Bakers Charlc) S. ,
i t: Report be open for adults and chil- Lowe way.

t. .Kf'Y West, Fla., June 7, 1948:: dren. Kindergarten age will be James A. Curry. Peter M;itcoieh -
included Russe-11 Jr.. Paul B
(Observation taken at City Office, Fourth Grade: Gloria Disgdi- .' >' Joseph John
t' EST 'H're. HaiT.Id A. Pindei
8:30 AJbL. ) .
ertt.i Pntehard Cecil Cates, Ji,. Gorge
I Temperature Third Grade: Celido Pons..

J ,Highest Lowest last yesterday night 79 88 I i Mario Second Disgdiertt.First Grade:.Miguel unseal, Stewart.R. Johnson James Clifford R. Herring M. Robeits Carl local( news is not confined alone to those columns of the paper which(

.1 84 Allen\ Knowles. J. M. Vatla
(, Mean Grade: Nancy Jamardo
81 Stanley C. Key Eugene!;

._ Normal Total last Precipitation 24 hours .00 i*=.I:I I George.Kindergarten Nelso Disgdiertt Jamardd.: Henrietta, Manuel Sands BotelJa -, ', J Louis,K>cph Acosta.D. Lopez Uulric Leroy R A.II nson Roberts deal with I court fines, and firse, weddings, and)( sports events. In the a( vel'tlSe-.

William T. Doushtrv Jr.. I
Total'this month .. .00 its.Deficiency Donald Spu<-k. Ana Marie Ruizon. -
this month .78 ins. Cecilia Fernandez. J. Percy M Roberts. Robert M.

..' ,Total Excess this thisear year __ ;5679 645 ins ins:, Carey Adults Frederick Department Armayor.: Cljde Janice Thompson Saunders and Arturo Malcolm B.>za.Pmd Dow..i' F. nienls of local l merchants, the price of eggs. .or hutter. .or lamb a ha ) of

RtUtiT. Humidity: I t Whiting Mrs. J. E. McLarnan
at S:30 A.M. Mrs. Lee Goddard. Mrs B M
EATS New Kind
r I 73'. 1 I Duncan Carey R. Thompson. timely importance and( interest to the( shopping housewife.\

BarometerS Mrs. T. W. Arrasmith. Mrs. Fern of CANDY
1 (( a Lent) 1:30 AM. R Huff, Wilma Christie i; i

y 30.04 ins..10173 mbsTomorrows I : Loses 65 Lbs.i t

1 r Almanac Apply To Wed Wears Size 12 Again I
Sunrise 5:38 a.m. Now all you tau to do to losruglT
fat at to eat this detest
7:15: p.m J li kind of candy called AYIA. ,
Sunset Applications fur" marriage new
| ? Moonrise 62. censew ere filed Saturday in the Once"' v IC*!.).utb lb .. [St.a.shy uwagot. :J..Milkr.ana H'I. And to other reaeI's--w( sere :11)(1hal( to buy) ) a sale of men's sport shoesor

Moonset\ 3:50 p.m.7 .office, of County Juddge Ray- b the IIIL rrmarkablr weekly for It NEW rrks.AY with Us
New Moon June '.mond R Lord by Andrew Alonzo Candy Reducme. Plan and Blic no*

t.t. ' -TIDES Conchita, 23. of Vartla 4 Aronovitz. 1;. of Lane 523 and Be- and wars PROOF report aoanseuprtretddmwaltees... POM 1'oiuck:i' ainni and H'E cafe!Emmrnt:tone* vpiw r aultltre nylons) ] tangible) merchandise( and.. services( ( a\'al: a I . .:all t this. is

I Tomorrow hams street and by John W. of 14 to I-, panda with *rcr 100 u...-n.
.. the U. S. Marines WHY EXPLRIMENT: : ?
of -
(Naval Base) Claussen. 22 "No racer .No laxatnn. No.druft. Eat
Eastern Standard Time) and Elizabeth Jenkins 22, I 8II'V01 want Ab"Jul iljrmlcKYou .
: HmplT take \\OS briar r meal. vhuhatotuat local news.
i High Low of the Gibson Hotel. ; >cally curb tl tie appetn T1. mull r
9:43: a.m. 3:0a a.m. TOW a t trm and hue w,n t Unl y. Urn 12 a. lur will a
full actor you
1l:38: p.m. 5:00: p.m. Myrrh mentioned in the Bible. .......1bda-.mptJyosebty..)our monry. reiundcd on the cry hoe bus
it you fail to lute ..atib.e.wuc: u>ur uUune.
ADDITIONAL DATA is a mild stimulant to the healingof ,l all .......r....... drag ... krallbI
TIDE wounds and can also be usedto 1'a'_reM ,. Krvn. .ff ..,! rl"e*
r Reference Station: Key West protect inflamed tissue I wkrrr. Th. "'arse) .. Chicago. Ill

Time of! Height water of So. when read CITIZEN (today for news of Key West I also
Bahia, StatioDTide Honda [high YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER > . you ( your ,

(bridge) ___-oh 10m 0.0 ft

It t No Boca(east Name Chica end Key) _+2h 20m HOT FLASHES )read( : ( its :advertising ( ((11111111 s. Read them (carefully: ( :and t then buy) locally.( I

: (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m
Caldes Channel FEEL CHILLY-

.(north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. $ ,
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NOTE(-)-: Minus sign: Corrections Are you between the ages or 38 and t 1
be subtracted 32 and going through that trying 1
functional 'mlddi-a .' period peculiar ., Citizen f
.' (+)-Plus signCorrections to women? Dots title...111... The Key
be added. you suffer"PIlOIt',1rrttable from not fl>>t: _weak f..1d"DUIlY.'O

1 S. (h-Hour. Then DO UF Lydia E. l'1DU1am's
Compound teller suck
S (m-Minute) Vegetable '
jmptoou! We famous for thisUser
t (ft.-Feet.) wise mlddl.-*.*' women peeps tutur you know what w*
tax. PIDkl>aJll'.Compound regularIF mean') Tills great medicine aim
Recent discoveries indicate to Snip build W MiUunc has what Doctors: call: a stomacnlo $
is only against this distress. tonic elll'<'\.
that the Gulf' Stream .
PtnkbamaCompoundeoatafnaao :suit
\ about 15 miles wide and flows at JJ.ltca-BO nsblt-forming drugs.It .riNKH%M>TAMILi>. ",added.. ir.a. .

a speed of about Fix' milts an'I'J Lydia E.. PInkham's VEGETABLE- COMPOUND t+%' %"ti-'tt'-1t'' ''''' '

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Bob's And Vcls Swept.. Indians, ii Athletics- I ATOMIC\ BOMBERS. \ I BEAT | Troiil WidowPleased ,I (tins.Roherts.-(>-um.- -arabi- ."'nK"I' ,. I"-

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I Softball Doubleheader 2 Games; Cardinals] Also i RAMBLERS\ BY 3-2 SCOHE 1.AUAMIE.Vyo.' .. (.%!').-Hi-re 126 DUVAL ST. .SllMES PHONE!| ,2SO.:

it; a way to keep .tr..ut widows'happy. (
: : lIltn..n 1 Team Defeat" Dr. GaleV.. McUer ofUniversity Call; Us (or 11"/ rf/r/ .S I
2 From
At Park Take PhilliesiF
: From Visitors I r : of Wyoming says it
1 !I .Adam! Iair. I 10 to 3,1 chcr .6 in 4 innin- s. off J. Cast works for him. He keeps close or All Make l 'IpcsvriIrra{ ;
2 in 6 innings: wild ;pilch: Rod: taljs bow much his fishing and
KEY TIKST: '' SPORTSMEN"' I I iFYORK: \AMSTAKEFFQWR0WNS1 r | !Nai Ht Against; this .\ddin;: :'arliinr anti
I : _ i Vkini\inz pitcher: J. Casa: urn ':: he balances the retail value of ( iu'rk \\Vrilri
'TOOK) FIIIST. 2 TO I 1..1. Softball Tills! ,i PAIR! ri age<< Of Loose: Fielding pifes: : :' Albury anti Villircal: sr..rer -i;I wlwlvc\ catches and slH ots. I'I'I Rental Typewriters and
i! How They Sland 1 : Castaneda; time of game: i I If this figure; is higher than I: Adding Machines

n \ I.'S' K\nmi; ; : GUNtS;, ANfr.l'IRVTESSPLIT ;. I DeWitt Roberts'; single in th st 2.03. Ins t-xpcnscs. the presents lilt SALES FOR MAJICHANTCALCULATORS
For Tonight, ; "nth inning; enabled Luis Ca.;a- SECOND GAME 'wife with a bill. She ignores-. :
SK:<;C)1\U.. o TO i :'l1tJional to :ucoic from third and give SubRon 4 However if his expKfixvi. are
| the Atomic Hornl>ers a 3-2 victory( AU U: II 1'0 A I' -- -
rI"J.t"r- crcatrr. he gives his wife the iif-
Key West Softball tcaiiu. swept Sofiball ;games j-cbcduled fcrBaxnkw .._. Tb, ........#ed If...... BattbtU League ;over the Ramblers in the first McClurc. 31. 7 0 1 0 :3 fencr:: in rash; This'!he. takos., \ A'-O "11

a goubleheader from the visiting: Park tonight: 1 NEW, YORK. June 7.The Club-- W. IPH 1 i game of a doubleheader at the Smith, p :3 3 1 0 I O -

Miami rports shop nine Saturday FIRST will bring* together Cleveland Indians tagged the :, Tampa 37 :20 .518 Army barracks yesterday after McCann. Zb 4 2 1 1 1 I Skeletons taken irom Mt. Car- ;. .4

night at Bayvicw Park. Fir Veterans of Foreign Wars un'j kidding Philadelphia. Athletic..: Havana .. 3i3! .IHi noon. In the nightcap.; th'Suhronfour Franklin. :2b: 1 n 1) n o :' nirl. Hiblirally famous Palestine! '.,1
..* romped over Adams Hairy : 1 2 2 I I' .. ..
with of St. Petersburg 32 23 >32 Huffman, ssStenger = | .k. have I lx>cn idrntlficd a
Same* Bol/d: Spurt Shop 2, Turner Botj Sport Shop. Both are ft a pair defeats yesterday. Miami Beach :31 :25!; ..52jM'sml : (163.Timely JI .. lb. I I 1 7 1 HMIMof |prehistoric men who ,
sport shop' I. In the nightcap, fro ma victory over Miami Turn. 5-3 and ll'-l: to opn up a Roberts and ..
two1 hitting by I
I! ? .? !3:11: .433 i Vest r 3 2 ccl l 50.0OO) years aso.; Ii.-.I
the Vets of Foreign; Wars !scored! er's Sport Shop. It is expectedthat I I. and a half game lead" in the Lakeland __._ _ __ 23-32:!< .467'I Joe Casa's superb relief hurling Cagleetii. I 0 () fi n I
fcht Tuna to four for the Turner's Tynos will be pitted against American I-eague.. wY"-t. Palm Beach 24 34 Alt I were the chief factors in the cca.' If' 5 3 :3 2 a immmmmmmmmmmiTRONG

sport khop. Hancock. This is slated to New YOrk Yankees "on twogames Foil Ltunlalo:0: (] : :: 41 .33:: I Bombers' win. Bennett cfHpldbrobk. 6 :2 1 -1 1 ARM BRAND COFFEI
game Ii from $t. Louis Brvviuye&tsrday The I
Ramblers scored their two
1 rf ;S 2 1 I 0)
In the opening game the pitch- start at 7:30: o'clock. .f-3 sack 3?e; Bc--ton runs in the third frame on a ; rf I 0 0 0 0-) TRIUMPH 1 1If
Buster j I Radd.v< %:
of Miami and ;
ing of Powers West featured. SECOND will be between the Red Sox rapt a ubehader! Major Rasrball Leagues walk two hits and an error - - -- COFFEEMILL: '
Roberts ol
The visitors Key made their lone VX-1 Flyers the upandcomingand from the Detrtit Tigers: 5-4 and j The Atomic Bombers picked up ;I ''. tals- 45 1 16 12 27 9 I
AMERICAN in the fourth innir two I
a run on .
12-" while toe ChIcago White DairyPlayer
after Martinez the "dark horse team of the j < Adams a'
tally in the
Club W. T.. PH walks and Pago's single.They tiedit .
battered ; A
Soxtwice ,th'Wa.hinfi- ', An It ]if I PO
Ziggler fanned V. Ash- Class "B" League and the Kan- -
flied out,
nine. Kantor'swill ton Senators. Io-tani 111.St. : Cleveland 27 12 .6 2' up in the eighth when Roberts Caero! lli-ss! :3 0 0} 3 4 All Crocertrvoir.'QRKIN
ball tor's Men's
ley. anned catcher and the allow got Ashleyto' away have their Shop hands full. Rc-;ani Louis Cardinals swept a Philadelphia .' .. 27 17 .614 i doubled took third when Ca:;a's Irtraham.;; f"f 2 I 0 1 0 a U U U U U U U U !
the to -
from tin bill fro '' the .Philadelphia 1 NenYork 5 L _.-_.. .. 26 .17 .603 throw to second wis wild, and! 1ey.l"P; 4 0 3 3 21V1d J -
reach first base second safely; a he passed tried is slated to the pitch for Kantor's and Phillies yesterday; \ 1-l andO, Detroit ..:...._.I:_ ....: 20 24 .435;;; I scored on'an infield out. t' zrf 4 1 0 1 0

!ball.put bim on Walker; threw Byron for Flyers. and th$ Cardinal moved back to Boston: _'_.:....____.20 24! .435 The winning marker came in' StPrtlng, Ih 4 0 lID 0 !
to 'go t* third and Washington ___ ...20 24 .433: the tenth when CaSa'do goton by I Ian
Ashley top the National League; Boston I. VUlneat p.s--h: 4 0 1 3 3
wi 0
the'first of the game. Braves feated the Chicago :: - 3fears. !'c-J( :3 0 0 0 SERVICES you haren't a boat
to scord run .__*__. .__ 12 23 .300 I. sacrificied and he .
arid thO: only one for Miami. Cubs l-Othei'earorkGints ., Sand:, 3b-c. :.1 I 1 0 1 O. you do have floors and furniture -
rode home Roberts : I
Towers walked the first man to For A Bear split with' PittsburgiTriratej.'ie-* J I Roberts led on the the Pfej'son.'lt 0 0 0 0 0 KEY( WEST! to protect Hot water, acids or

face '.him and then fanned the 4 and! .,2-.. 'xlujf the Brooklyn RATIONAL I I with '! Tortes. tf-ss-p-3h 4 0 0 2 O' "II h.". ol4<..t ..* .tnrK>-.t r.- alcohol can't harm it. Made with
sbu the" Cincinnati .' I plate a double and two 1 - ...rr..al4 r.. Ih.. *, ber* .
Dodgers toy
W. L. - BaVelite resin. lasts twice
jt.three in the first. ; Club as long
nr : pct.1 I ..
......:: singles in five trips to the lat .
STOCl nOLM. (AP). A J I II m\rr |7 M rmmtmmntUrm !
Reds i in .In'the second. McGee singled; a. St.Loui3] .. - 24 17 In the second the j ;Totals I :eo tai51t55 -.. .Cease in today!1GAHON
to" center and R Moyer put him youth at Malmoc Sweden. jumped f amt of -scheduled. double-head. ;: New York 'J.. _ n' 23 17 .373 I I Four took advantage game of Ubro1 I Score by innins: : R. H. E.I .ii'I-'Iii": Tn hst'. : t5i.sTi
oft second on a sacrifice. Dagnan .into an enclosure for ,ears: Ina er. 5-0 Pittsburgh ._ -- _._ _23 19 .543 loose fielding and pitcher's wildness I SubRbrt 4 020} 347 000-16 12 :3 I Scirnti/ic -

went out, second to first and McGee public park on a bet. He climbed The scores: ': Boston __" __ ." 20 19 .513 i to roll the enormous lead. Adams 001 000 0203 !5 7F.rrots I I
roaved on to third. Powers up a platform in a tree, one of AJKERICAK: C Hiilidelphia 23 22 JM: I Vests Lucca I : Franklin. Huffman 2 I
- I single by
out. the bears following him. HuDdrcds Tint Gtm T -' 19 22 .463 I Calero., IwiS Means. Villarral .
fljed Brooklyn : and Moldbrook and an infield : ::
Walk of spectators were attracted. 'n. 11. E. batted in Smith. Bonded I
'For Rob's in the second. / Cincinnati 20 21 .455 out gave the sailors two runs in 2'Torres 2: runs :
walked.. Castro doubled to left, women screamed and objectswere Cleveland _ :580 '' Chicago ._ h . -- -- 15 27 .357 the second innin:!:. Huffman, 3. Stengrr:;: 2. I-u<*ca, I SUBTERRANEANTERMITE
Albury fanned and Barber singled thrown at the bear which! Philadelphia.. / .. ..J\\_. 391 oOoSATUltDAY'S I Adams picked up a run in the Bennett Holdbrook. Lewis Villa- CONTROL
to center and both runners climbed,almost to the platform.A Lemon. arvd Hcgan; \ TSn.rida.IDternatiODaI third on two walks and Le.vis'j rval: two-base hit: Sti-nm-i:; : C 5220
srdred.the only two runs forBob'I. fire-brigade turned a jet cf water -, Potter and Rotpar.; \farchildon.1 i I single; thrre-basc hits: Vest! lAirralol: Guaranteed
on the bear and a fire-ladder Bnn -ti DRYWOOD
-- : Tampa 10. Havana 5.Miami Subron added three runs in the en base: McCann.
I hi ..the third Martinez beat out rescued the youtli. He had lost Scand Gun : J Beach" C, Fort fourth on three hits and two Lewis. Stcrlina. Menn<'. Sands.Torres TERMITE CONTROL

one for a single, tule second one shoe. dalc 0.West. walks They scored four times in t : swcrificrbit!! : Ingmliam: : ......-.-....... a.d.i......
when the ball got 'away from Ar- "lie was,, lucky, one of the CiC\'cl' .nd .. : 11, 16 0 P tlnt Reach 9. Lauder-I the fifth on three walks three, left on b.=es: SnbU' I 12. AdanvDairy vs....... ................ .
nold.- the ccnterfielder/ the ;guards in the park chased paid, "that him. Philadelphia! . ..-._''160 lakeland 3. St. hits and a hit batsman. 1 I 7: struck out: l I'v Villaiii'l CALL or WRITE TODAY PIERCE BROS.
ball and-threw him out at third. none of the she-bears ; Gromek and Tipton: Pooler.Savags American i In the sixth, Adams infield 2. by Lewis! 3. bv Smith 7: base Sinrr
Zigler and Ashley fanned. One of them is a very good climb and- Guerra.! 'I II 't ball-)! off Villar-wl. :. .'f T'n -
Ifirst. I 1"c'York 7. St iVjui- I went to nieces and the Navy on : Cor. & Elizabeth Sts.
'Bob's third inning; Casado pupe er". I r----' I Cleveland 7. Philadclohiii 3. boys rallied for 7 runs on one Tea 3! off Smith 5: hit :.ff Villa (l\l] \ : Fleming

//out to second; Acevedo is out J. rolled out to I Ifinto . .. TintGun. Wajhington. 3. Chicago; 2.P'troit I hit four errors and three walks. real 11 in ;3; innings: off Lewis. fin )
second to" first and Jack Villarcal Albury I i 'r.Il.E.. '.r. at Bojton. postponed Two errors. a walk ana Villa- i I 3 1-2 innings off Torrt-s 1 ir 1901Orkin PHONE 271

fanned. Turners fourth inning: 'I| New: York'i! : '...4 8 1 rain. -. real's single ge Adams two ', 1 2-3 innings: hit by pit<'br: bi ,' .
I Jess Albury out pitcher to first. B. Kry'r..t, Valdcr flied out to | St. Louis .. _* ?; _.:.......... 3 9 ;. 0flcynold5. 'i. National.l I run in the eighth. I llrtroal (McCann). I" Tone Exterminating Co. Inc.
) r- - .
short. Mat-bin hit fey a pitched ;
Mover pops .to catcher and Ml"f'I 'and Niarhos rcor.- 'I Huffman Icnc ri1lwr: Vlii
Pagc;. ; !Kt.= .ouu 9. Brooklyn rt. : ( :
balL Baker fanned and Machin I r ri.iiiiiiit
; !! Li out, short to first.Bob's stole second. Hopkins walked) and E.k-call and :Mcss.: : '. Cincinnati 5. Nepr York 3. FIRST GAME |I real'winning; ; piU-brr: : Smith: urn- I 443:>> w. FLAGLER ST.
Roberts. .
fourth inning: Machin trapped off third. . ---- '. I Pitf-urah.8, Boston {." Ramblers i I pites: VUlarcal and Allnirr- MIAML FLA.
Cajtro and Walker fanned..Turner's S.cnd C m. Philadelphia 4-6. ChicS o 2-5. ..Player ,AB R II PO A1 t tSolomon. fIr' :'.Cibtan'da :timi' "f ::;11111"
: inning:
fifth: Jenkins fanned.Powers Miami B. Moyer doubled to I fl.h1.E. i I.i ss S J 1 1 :3Vai'Jez. ; 2. 6: i. 3-4848 ;
Dagnan popped to pitcher. York'u: : :3: 80 -- --- -- -
right. Jenkins bunted safety and New ;.: .. Softball Leamie cf 4 0 2 0 01llCnriQuc7. I i -
i Ie oujt'brule.. Moyrr to third. Jenkinsout .St. louis ._;.-4 ,.-i 0'. :3 2 ", 3b 5 0 1 1 4Ihiggenbutham. The. pulp of the fruit of tho "'01 .
Bob's fifth inning: : Alburywalked. moves : rS'hs and Berra; Sunford.: I l Clue "A" "- : lit 4 0 I LI 01I : ocy: ith nlj>nt .'r bittc; app'"- J .J.JI - -

stole. Barber second.out Arnold by rule.fanned Al popped( trying out.: to left stcaL to third R. Movers to fec- Shore and Moss I I Club . W. 1. PH.Bob's : I hiun.e . u 4 0 0 4 1 !I p werful- laxative I v- ........\\ffumitily Rights lieacrred -- _-i- :::,-
bury, I
U I 0 1.000 j I
-+- Sport Shop Togralsam.: 2b 4 0 2 3 J
und when he that : I
and Casado fanned.: passed; 1 :
--Turner's sixth Martinez Key West. Fallon walked. He .FintGems- I Vets of Foreign: War 3 5VM; PerezlI 3 0 1 2 0 II ECONOMY MARKET SAYS:
inning; : was sacrificed to second. Villa-pa, : rc.E.Boton Adai'Vi; Deity 2! 7 .222SubHon :''t.Casa.Jt' 1 0 0 0 0Iij. I I
fanned Zigler singled< to right.; 595 2 8 200 is. rf 2 0 0 I fi) 0: "
4 '
fanned and Harris walked. Val- You '\\lc Have Wliat You Waul!
and stole second and trying to ics is out. pitcher to fint. U-troil ,' . 4121 Class "B" GJ'hrin. 1'f 2 0 p 2 0 Let Us Help
steal third \\as out. catcher to Third inning .. Johnson and Bstts:1 1 I l'Ub'N.. IIVt.. Bodriguta. p . 3 I 0 f) :!I I .
third. Ashley flied out to right. | : : White I ITI..Ia I 0 IAn' I'ri"f' 0 (;itotl U..n-halllli.
'-Bob's sixth inning: Acevedo Miami: McGee pups out to Trucks Benton.' Pierce. Klks Club 7 2 .778 3tz 8 171I'omben I I Plan Your Floors '
singled to center. Villarcal beats catcher. Martinez out third. to : and Sv.-ift. : Kantor's Mt';}'?' Shop 5 4 MS ---- 27 I

one nut and Roberts forces Acevedo first. Zigler popped. out. I Naval HcpilHl :3 J 6333 I Free Kati mates (;i't'fl
West Machin out..third to Second Gam 3 6 .333 I'la""r-- .AB r. II ro ACasadu.
I Key
at third. Walker fans. CastiiwaJks I' VX 1 Flyers Til
,n. II. E. Ib S I I 13 0
first. Baker walked.
Hopkins : :
and Alt>ur)' is out pitch .Rubber Tile STEAKS lb. 75c
t< 'firM.Tifmcr's. singled to left and Baker v.-ent Bt.;tuix 124 1 4 0 I 2 0 I Tile
cr > seventh inning; : J. Al to third. Fallon walked. Bases; 1 l)e ruit . ._.._: - '. -417 1 Uccrcation I Robcrts.e: 5 1 312 3 .Plastic Floor Cork THe
bury out. pitcher to first. B. Mayor full. Garica flird out to right and 'Kinde?.. Ferrias.. and. Tebbstta; City); t hiernande". :3!, 4 0 1 O' 2Monzo !I I I Plastic Wall Tile
t fans McGee bit a single to left Julius Villareal slammed one out I H{uteman White. Ilultioouuii.Overmire. : If 3 1 0 J 0 _BroadfellsCtptllo

Jenkins ends the game short to of the park over ceiitr for a Gray and Wfner.. Program Barbcr.r'f} 4 0 1 1 0 Wool Rugs pje-Nie .Ham lb. 55c
first homer to clean the bases. Mas- :I I liaz.rf 3 0 0 0 0 _Acoustic Ceilings
For' the visitors. Zigler had 1 II lens; flied out. I II Finf- Gun* t Paso. 2h ::1 02! 1 4Sanchc7.p .Herd wood Flooring
Fourth innin.- ;? I .. P.. II. E. :20 0 0 2
ou"". Ashley three and B. Moy- |,I j r I _Formica for Sinks.
er two, Dagnan; ont and Powersone 1 Miami: Ashley I walked J. Al- I Chic.tu'. ; .. 11 11 1i J SUI'THAM'. I J. Casa. p u. 1 0 0 0 2 Ceunttrs. Tables

and only three assists two by bury hit into a double play second i Washington -.- ,.-----..- 499 BiTTiftw Park. Night - -- - -t Floor Sanding and SPARE REEF PIG'SI
Powers and one by Dagnan.For ,, to short to first. B. Moyer I :Moulder G ltcl and Treh: TO lGIlT- I Totals ,34. 3 9 S3 13 Hcfiaishing

the Bob's boys. Walker had out. third to first I Masterson, Ilaefner. Wclterouth.. I Fir..t GameB.h' Spart Shop zOnc out when winning run v as ROAST
't I Key West: Harris hit. by and Evans Early. V.F.W. I
eight outs Albury bad seven. Ca- : a vs. un ... scored. __ Gates Floor Coverings I
Fdo two. Barber one. Villareal pitched ball Valdez forced liar-I j Second Oamc; vs. .. Score by inningc: R. It fc.; :

h 0. Robert one. Roberts had ris at second. Machin singled; and I itiTIo.LLBAGUE I tor"- Men's Shop. : Ramblers 002) 000 000 0.-2 8 2 I Ib.59c 70e 11) 25c
I< three assists, Acevedo three. Vil Valdez went tot second. Baker Flfst cUlf TUESDAY- .an-I I Bombers 000 )100 010 1-3 9 :2: J. L, GATES ii). .
lareal. Walker Barber and Arnold bits a single and Valdez scores. R..It K. First Game-Adams: J).ti I Errors: : Solomon. A. C<*sa. Tasado : Floorinp Contractor _

one each. Walker had the Jlopkins and Fallon walk. Machin St. Uuis 1113 0Philadelphia I SubfionI.. Paso; runs batted in: Higeenbotham. S25 WHITE STREET
only two errors of the game. forced home. MX3ec:: is sent to'' 1 4 OHearn Second carne--Kaval; HurpUal Roberts. Hernandez. PHONE 1539fOK
Powers fanned II and Roberts 7. the showers and ower. takes over and Rice: Heintzelman,, vs. Elks Club. 1 ; I Pow; t--'j-basc hits: Casado.: Ace t FRESH PRODUCECUCUMBERS

Powers: fanned every member of with the bases full. Garcia flies !I I BicVnclL itahcm and Senunkk.Ga '[1JCRSV Y- : \'f>do. Roberts: thre-bas hit: 1- -
,I: the Bob's club except Barber. to second and Villareal fans- I I I First;; Game-SubKon 4 vs.:: I'aso: stolen baie<: V..ldtt7 3.
"lL'I : o.JS Filth inning: S.cid >4 V.F.W. I' Alon/o. Diaz: sacrifice hits: Val- ea. 15c EGG PLANTS Cc1. lOcI
Turner' 100 000 0-1 4 0 Miami: Jenkins pops to tirst R I R. II. F. Second Game-Kan'.or"; 5lcn'-- de?. Accvfdo: left on bases:

Bob' 020 000 x-2 4 2 Moyers walks. Dagnan WcJki. St. Lwuis _. -. -. 270 Shop vs. J"a\al 1 hospitaL Ramblers 3. Bombers S: dou I.- PLANTAINS ca. 8c Sweet Peppers ca. 5c
Powers and Zigler: Roberts and Mcgee triples to right and both i I Philadelphia 0 5 0 FRIDAY I plays: Robert to HernandeHcnriquer / I

Walker. runners score. Maitlnez forl"es.! Brazlt and Gargiola; Strince- Fir.-t Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs. to In;r lh lr\ to Higgcnbothsm I Cantaloupes ea. 19c LEMONS 3 for 10cORANGES.
Two-base hit: Castro; stolen McGee at the plate and Zigler vich llucaser an4 l.4eqian. I : Adams Dairy. I ; struck out: bv Rod-

base: .Martinez, Zigler; sacrifice flies out. -.--:-- & Second Game--Elks Club vs. rigue? 4. by Sanchez :2. bv J. Casa
hits: It. Moyer. Barber: dpublf Key West: Mastcns fans. Harris I R. II F.'I VX1. I 9; basc on balls: off Rodrigucr
play Powers to B. Moyer: struck and Valdez pups out. B..ton I 6 I off Sancber 1: hits: off San-
out: Powers 11 (Villarral. 2. Rob-, Sixth inning; : Chicago - -- I 0 4 l SOFTBALL 1-4 2 for 5c
crts 2. Walker 2. Casado. Ace- Miami, .Ashley pop out to flr.t.1 Sain and SalkeU. ; Msycr.: Chip- Park. Atternoon
\eio, Castro. Albury. Arnold),.by Powers fanned. B. Moyer a man end Scheffing.Flr Baytitw lad I I WANT TO BLY?
Roberts 7 (Ziglcr 2. Martine7. double to left. Jenkins: singles to I Morning cArthur Village '.eom Home? I WHITE POUND Potatoes t t 6lb-25c
B. Mo Jenkins center and Moyer scores. R. Moy Doily play.
Albury 2. -'f. ): t CUsp ONIONS lOc
l* #* on balls: off Powers 4. off er out. third to fint i ]! R. 1U K.New {;uhI// Walter Reebc . . SWEET

Robert 0: time of game: 1.10: umpires Key West: Means and Baker i York If 15 1 TENNIS I Registered Salesman-Associate of
: Villarcal and Tynwt. funned Hopkins walki Fallon is |I Pitt-burgh .410 :2: tirTiew Puk. Afternoon j Frd Dion. Realtor. PHONE lBS TOMATOES lb. lOc POTATOES lb. lOc

hit by pitcher and Garcia pup., Post and Li\'inc.JuJ1 j Sinzlcton. ', sad Nijht;

In the nightcap the Vets won out. ,. Queen. Main, Gregg and KlutU. I Daily play. OKRA . . lb. 15c Grapefruit 2 for 15c
by six to four score. Powers had Seventh innin;: i, .
to so in to save McGee from further Miami: !I IDtll 5ecoa4 GUse I I SKATING I II HAYDEN SMALL

punishment*fur he was wild non out. pitcher to fif",. i r.itE.I I I BaTYie" Park. Night !: BROADWAYCIGAR Mangoes 20c & 25c Mangoes 3 for lOc
and walked eight and allowed 4bit. McGee double
... From then on, two reached Zigler; were easy outs. i Ne'Yurk 361 7:00: to 9:00 PJJL
i first on a walk and a hits hats Score: R. 1L E.!. Ridsll and Fitzgerald: lljr- STORE !
man. Powers fanned, four. TUTnf'"1"'.. 010 021 0-.4 3 01 lung, 1IcIA>cn. TiinVls and "'CtrullL BASEBALL ( TELEPHONE 1190 I
Harris pitched a good steady Vets 004 200 x.-,6' 4 91 I Livingston. AJter 010 Uutal Street
came and slowed eight hits but McGee. PoA-trs Janfi EiglcrJ I Municipal Stadium. ocD WINDOW NOOKS!

he "ascn; good support. Harris and Fallon.) It; 1L 1.Brooklyn :. SUNDAY
To be oiinounccu. COMPLETEBASEBALL .V .Ua blind .cc nhut lLb .
'ZiI ler. Dagnan and B. Moyrr Home run: Villareal; three- .. S SO n
- Army Barracks. Afternoon .. el window tie.t-
were the best for the Miami boys base: hit: McGee; t.vo-base;; hits:., Cincinnati _,- .. :! 1 uty your ECONOMY MARKETNow
SUNDAYTo ssat . elsminst. undesuabl.I
and Baker Hopkins Fallon and McGee. B. Moyer 2: stolen bases: Cress
Haten and 1Tca1e'os..; : be announced. I ....Insure dillloleLiU.
Martens fur the locals. Machin: sacrifice hits: Machin. SCORES 1 "w pnv cy
I and Lamanno. . tsistf YeiOWahoD.I .
At bat Hopkins hit one safely Garcia ;struck out; by McGee 2, I I I re !
and walked by Powers 4. Harm 2 J WILL YOU SMILL. :?
three times and Ma: by : bases: .-VILLAGE IN 18 I --- Operating Under New Management
chin hit one in two tries. B. Moycr on balls: off McGee 8. oft Powers POPULAR BRANDS ef -KEY WEST- ( '
Jenkins and McGee hit two 1. off Harris 3; double play: Mas- I HAIFA-(AP> Haifa; modern Probably : 708 Ul'1.. TnEITnpEN ::
safely for Miami tens to Baker to Villareal: hits: port in Palestine was a drowsy; Cigars and Cold VENETIAN BLIND COMPAN WEEKDAYS 7:33 A.M.8:00P.M..

First inning: off McGee 4 and 6 run in 3 1/3 Arab village until 1918.. 'Lest year I ceived valentines I 123 DUVAL STREET FRI. and SAT. 7:30 A.M3:00 P.M.

I Miami. Martinez fanned. Zialer! innings: time of game: 1.16; umpires from all over the countl"'"." Soft Drinks CALL 1042 for Estimate SUNDAYS 8:00 A.M. 11:00 A.MII. .
singled to right. Ashley out first : Tynes and Villareal: scorer S"."'-lss chard is a close relative 'Where do you work-Sn the : .
to second barman who v..rp<* A21liJ3r. of *')- beet ,1..a.1. 14Par ,.ftI''t" ._ -s -- ,.... ..Ii,..". "
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