The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00557
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00557
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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K most country.y West equable, with, "Qfi ,, has,in lh the 9 /,' atl1 -f ( 'l t DI r.z: t (!titi.. tt For Associated Features 63 Years and Press Devoted Photo Day Services Wirer to the I

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Casa Marina Hotel i
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Sold For $285,000 i. I

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To Chicago Woman : Sg ,

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I HIT, !SHI: II.11iISw i; \ i Ie: rI r.I: S IIIX.OMI; : : j Improvement Body t

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5 1 y 'iv.'tfff..m..' 4 +: , 1.lnlI.I.IEHftU: ; :
a sold the Caw Manna Hotel and '<'/1'< \; __-: > I

the properly on Seminole stieet FOR I'.MM.K' 1'1.\\; .
which: ronldirb toe dormitoivtlul .
Partial >1iiDoiKj.illvn of the
4 houses the servants to Mn I _. -- .- '- ;
: I"l'I (hI"" r'Mnty 2nvsrenrol.s. .
Florence M Barnes of Chic- ..u.At'01 ..
dan? to the warranty I DEPARTMENT ., an-pt"1 as another. ,01.,. r

deed) filed in the office of Circuit I I SECRETARY OF AIR W. STUART SYMINGTON: told It news conference in -hmgton Thurs 1 II 1; co of the Cr'ic Tmprwvrnii

Court Cleik Ross C. Saws'cr jes- II day that the U. S. Al* Force research: plane' XS-I (right) has flown 'much faster than the speed of .\ ...IK lation at a mretwg hind

x r terday af lei'noon. the tax stamps sound." The Air Force immediately released this picture cf the >:S-I in flight over Muroc C hr. MI .M" \isI.K: 2 83 oi- !E -"L late vcserdaj in the Elks ClniDuval .>.

y indicated that the sale price of Capt. Charles E. Yeager (left). a native of Myra. W Va_ is the first.and only pilot to fly the XS-l i I street

the hotel anti the other property( '1" beyond the so-called sonic walL Symington raid CapU Yeager has piloted the plane faster than i TIt\S: I.N: 11IITIETF.S'f : ; ( :M\\III.IMI\: ; ; : IIE ii eptance1eptance of this objntii'va .

was $283,000. i i sound: several times. The plane in which Yeag' is sitting U not the XS-I.REDS \ voted l unanimously ark-I.i

F ? Leonard I licks Sr.. of the Chi- ; TIKE: Pin SIC.t :. r:5-x talk delivered by City Cnn+h"..-.
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cage Morrison Hotel interest i --r- : -loner Dion to which n<

tame to Key West some tune ao !'! MILKII I SE; 'f1:11:1I1|; ;|; ) t i i I U. KXUIs 1.1'1'1 I.IS F.. spoke nl the economic: : asp; <-<.t

I r and looked at the Casa Marina !.' HOLD UP of .the partial coruoIidaUoa of tin-

+r i Hotel property oxer It is repotted Tin men bttxxcrn :22 an'i i :!iii<; r city and county admimstratmiisDion
that Mrs. Saints bought the talked of the nuwpx l'i',.it t

piopeitv on !Hicks advire -tatted today to take tximma \.ould he saved in the ASMnxnt "-
The sale and the collection of ta,;i.s. .
Ls;; repotted subje ALLIED TRAINS ll ta..1
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lions to liecome eligible f loti i ;at-
4 : to a mortgage of $175000 on the I:' I spoke about the oxTilapv'n: :
hotel propertywhich Mis ; pointmcnt patrolman in th. of asencies: dealin: with law 'nlorcemcnt. -

(.\i' 1..1.. Barnes. has agreed to asumc. i .

l : Sam Kay. president of the Atlas INBERLINAREA' City Police department For more than a quarter ".ficntui .,
:I MRS. LUCRETIA M. HAN- Investment i i : v The Citizen has !is-u'ntdxotatmz
Company recent- i ,
1 Thix, called .
i were to
upon .In.- .
HONe of West Palm Beach. !h' Ijousnt from Julius Kasdin, of :. 3 '" . ( : : nsohdtwn of M<.
Fit. celebrated Mimi Beach his half interest v I i rfo questions in a v'. i (ten r itx and te untx It is eariul'
her in t1-
birthday an- Order W.i-. (.oiiliiiucil: Iu .
the daily in the masthead on the II I I'tonal
i i U-t them at UoIlI 1 1 '
mversary June S-and she :jixcn City ox '
At the time of the Traiii.l page! of The Ci zra. It i.
sale of the'
Err.'c'l11: M-1,1 i\Iil\ lions View City Clerk Victor Lo\t Thi-, atl'1
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claims it was her 107th. She hotel to Mrs.. Barnes. he was :sole j' ; -i- Item No 4 on thctnasUieadlx .> :.I

was born in North Carolina and o\\ ner J 1t 1 i prcM.nl 9-t per cent ol the Il..1 >c Ooddard .secretary of tlissue t
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cam to Florida in 1893. She The 153-room hotel was built I S | ChantbtJllr lJS .,1 i Thin late todaj .h..\' .1..c. tot i;?ion. in an.;wcrms UM .I1'- ..

appear in good health and isabl. for the Florida Fast Coast Hotel 1:[ Muriiini. 1 taken;; to Hay"1': I ..' r, ;. .umLnLs laiscd in the City I...11\ .
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to sec and bear without company some years after the I I . mi-sion that no one ever loW tlcommteMvnera ..
I \ total of about 3.0OO.(KK() pc'j-+ physical examination She\ II .
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difficulty. Florida Fast Coast Ralirvad tame . ll r ...*- -l...d 1 ...*> j how to .- into Key VVe t. The hotel was !, 'BERLIN JUIK 12.- New tin j i sons hate viewed the Key \\u be put thl'ouhariou, ixiuth . < :' .said the city nurht I uu
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t photo-mu-aK, whithh' hvalJ aa running, jumpin_ tens about $33.090
J loaded to the Navy during the i 7.1 at once
'sion( was felt all i last ni;ht lierau \ t .
'fire Workers() war. After. the War the hotel waswld J Chamber of Conunerce has ma.led I- : and imir.in.l_ "r.1IItl i tic( said that tax certrficat's: i L
r of another ruling of the Jf
bx the Florida East Coast to various;; enuas; \throuchoutI , . vent the other 15 pt: cent <.i i Ind ,ued bthe city for dehnqurn'
Hold. rompanj': Soviets in then zone of Ger- |I the count rx. Harold Laub.sc-hcr.: f I..xc"uuJ. ; f test
Gel ]Jl I Cents (Editor's Nut: In its story attoot' rnanx not to permit any ISntish. minajer of the Chamber said t j- mercy and the properties wet.

the bale of \..* Casa, Manna on American: and French trains to day The men arc: Roy W Toi i ant i I sold at public aurlon.

I ; { lone 3. The Citizen did pot say IIu 't takmcnt1413 nmde white Glcnuood Torres. Eugene O. S,.nihtt SECRETARY OF LABOR LEWIS Goddard was instructed b!. I t'ias. : ..
$ throuch the Russian zr>
hUlrlrllikc) pjt rtu
the hotel 1 bad been transferredt lw I w wSnin;i'a set ot time murals : Gcu c- -E.. Griffin. T.ritSmarr B. SCHWELLCNBACHf.bove. x-iatton-'to_ appear brfotf lh> .

.*, .... '...rialrd frrmiAMION the "o\xner of the Sherman '! This| morning Military Govtin- to Atlanta |10 f-.c u.-cti 1 ;1.- A l .f. i Barry M.: Taylor, Rene died in Walter City Commission and raix' tiro

Ohio. June 12-11- Hotrl"3.., published in an or Ltivius Clay of thr American display stimulate travel to Ho .,- __,..6I' nioll and George: :: P Lowe Two Reed question of duooMn; of Ihr 'a:.
..tof>f Tuc C..I1Jl.my today ufe.NI ..- out-of-town saner todav The force was anan;ms to have ida i tliu summer 1'1..1.i I i, iolvi<*d men. Roy Hale and Pent Washington Thursday ce-rtiieatOS. so as to raise $3.5: : .'HJO

l and CIO .liad'is .utipletl aI fili/en Mate l that Casa Marina passengers and fitizhl biou::htto -- --- I iiTiiti i F Sounders al-o took. the after a long illness.; The i for the city.

|Mw|lwedl14 ait in<'n ..St<<' in ua::i> bad Ix-cn sold 'to I-rtmard Huks. I he American when he 'U11)' .f/J 'tin SEVENTY FOUR.YEAR OLD IrA .. 53-yar-eld former senator and Col! G D. Ilalfidd. prc..lfo'nt
of 1 1 Tents an hU'I. Sr.. c'-nt'ral-mmaer: of the Moriis.m I Thi phx-i I"tnul: : KU:m:n i.ullhltl. Sheriff A. H. Glenn of
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infoimed lrw.1 the Russian:
Tli inmate UiuCit,. MKMI) Hotel in Chicago ]!ii. Hick, wdo" : 'bx Paul Alhuix tlu crty'- head of the Labor Department< I I that the question of k-zaoJJ.1, : i iI

r u..01'O.. Tlir tid\oncc will! goiMo was in 13 Casa Marina; the dv "had lantclfxl! their older 'i :0-11.\: '; : :. Chatlooga ecurty. Georgia has ; re'treat ion duet.toi'. II i iI since Juno 33. 1945. gambling I would he debited I Ipiop I..

eff" ... t Mi>iwl hiv mornina; an1 1i 1 the sloe was published and did One Fientli pain of :six car- Tit'hmc Sf'I'-.I;: l l:i.;innIC.itoxa. .. been sentenced to serve 18 : + >,ncnU and opponent-. ,.

:. I.. tiiiii in fiMic 1 till March not quosli i'm its aulhntintvFuneral .> sued six Hiili-h tiam.Iwni U..,*n ..f tljr U S. Amy :mdU months in prison on conviction: I meeting to be held June2...

31. l 50. held up tlurm,, the mcht Time S. Air INrr rr.., iuitii_ :ri, \'i<'r- STARS OF I THE 1 STATES, I probably i / in the! Mono"' turn;
fin \V..,.liiM.liiii t.I., ] of conspiring! to defraud the t oil house.
Irrmli .
IX rf r |>irrnl t Service hairs got under wax this will br In Key Vest f ir five that:

tivf of the AswijlHin. i>f mornin_ vhv.tv| after the '-an Ixvnrt'n'j. :: !\1tu:
AiitTir KdilriMiU. Icotifvme -HIalion' , the County C'.ni...,.... .i..6.1.n
in of tlie ortlcr but it was : (;"n..vA will have an clews liquor; laws. Sentence wes

,J iKfoic a ii>nie&.i<>n..il ifnn For Mrs. (CookeHiiMial : not till eaih afternoon that the in R ttax- Ii.so.urthquse ..
mil irc-oiimr-ndcd that law for future '
a H..II.h trams resumed C1>tration : Building. Its will !K< "vaiiabUthere igeetin ;
IM ... ere L. Ru&-ll: in U S. District 'h->
> oii proliilutinc nlroid :; 'ot .MioaUon'
from odjtk in tin iiioinm -
for MiMax .
'li iko-. on Ilic .round That t li vices Amriuan. W had thr htsst-4 tnwtii ,.
( sill Huli-h aivl F..n. hautlM.nlics ,; until noon : Court at Pome. Ga.JEWS 9 Il 12 13 14 ; "
M ( fM.kf Mil '''' held Sundaxtailfinoon l5 16t7 .
a strike iinttK .1 n.ilinn.il mnigrin (i\-\vv nut lawn able Syr i held I y.stcrelay'. sairiUattmd < .j 1
. in St. Pauls fpiopal:, 1
v.t : to IcIinniiK just wli"t via_ lie tod bv. We frH that .r,
Chuith al ;a:31til lock RrJames \ AND) ARABS! .tiad.f i ( .
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MacConnell will officiate 21
lirvrt a renewal! of the I us- 24 luh that n we prr on- meal'I !
Blaze Started i Arrangement/ under the.1&1I'C.taon "* >mi 1'n ,
Stan squ
.HomoPalllx.arris l of Pritchard Funerall rrcmh, American and. Britislijones i 1 i NERVOUSLY' KEEPPALESTINK I I ''II"II ,n the__: Courllwu.se___ _- _
AI I Fish IIoiie will|| (I.?. Herman! / INit might ht lier-n thrlanslin 25 27 28 29 30 3i
:: of store Russian ref l I
Cun'ViII Monsahatge. Joe Engineer GniiiTo '

Soincom m.t'!<. un uru.utxxbbul : Romero. Edmund: Albur}'. Joe Al- tape: Either: as of the those tau-e reason of waassigned thral1ru..t .- Ii i 1 I ; I I JI TRUCE: (: i ) ,,

hltcinnt to di>tioy. Hit VetsFIJI l.n William Watkins. M.lt'; 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 '
order Miami 'Will
to detain the trains i iof
houserun: by John W..lkcr Sawyer and Lee Baker ; I= ( ;
l fuc .. S oilotktint. the western: powcis pa.;"ins.; '
by Mllinfi a t through the boxutones. -1 i ull SllKlf'JHIIfl (lu-.j:

nMiinin. The IX'lso.n" who summoned l the City Fire Depaitment .1.if.d In.it it t .. the .J\l Ih.il 41 42 44 4 4 47lp Slud Hcpa'iu.1 *!
blaze Tin + \ a' ) |
ort thr tlnrw of flames)
.1 qi.diititx were >own ev. \\.il.li! On/ (Oilier: In rn-.
aso"'lnt. oxci Hit bull im md 1I11gu1.hai: and only the dooi.t Mrs.! Sudic Russell cu--m.1( living ip t .. Tin" L't rash Jun'ln ..1111'I :nthrall \ New.lcalule /.1 I KlVIIK; ; I v.. f."i I I. ..
I hen hghle | d. m.iti li \\ of the fish houseteas slight, adull/1'r in fur. l\ riii.III -, .
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I d l t..lav thai C.rtat Hut. \ r MI UH ht'MIIIaburfl
A ikLsiibjw the fUnii and i\ iharrrd Custom and (he' onsen-.u.. 01 ox:>" : >i. I. :j nbol .' ....
Died This I lu"'lin r. not likely to at-rpl t omit B'i 'lag >y <-iU s plan .1 i I"I
r 'III I'ai'l| n.itlottrs& signal, to patiol, UKti m UoSiqr a pan uloi .;t'I i :ui I"i H "i,; t, . '" ,III" The oidm .1,1..1/trey, 111 tho' to..t Irtwr-u

IIISh'li'.II Si. RIki.:s i\ nriH-,1,iu.il. | is: Ihut in which the :.l'itr,, 'Y/"iIU'-d/ ,..... 'I . ... ,,, ..
1Nr ..._..... ........ : air and! land areas 'in Pal I Il j :: //o t I.t uiOn Thlir" -;1 I'i'viaiii' x nl, .1| init linn', :Iii
Mi" : SuiiK' !RuII; 7o;. died i 113 states were admitted then latiluunon,. '>- Idea of ,ln..... !I.
I I.ONIK/N Jiioe IJ dies ..(.,1| tine le. set that tilt: !lute i is upon ol' llirs const:tu- i i"i grtlmg; suss<;
U.- tin- iniiirifii. In hid') i ii idtucc i I not hi oht! 'n. |;iion. the others by federal atuoi_ Dates ol admission for the 43Jun. S the repavwj. work i>n>MtI In i.

I 92-: : Fleming: strctt 'I Aialis; in Palr-tiiM arc ncrvuusl. A spokesman f' .. tin .ffiif' said : slnt.-.-.-<; nr-.#-". ._. j 'I'MW' on "Kr> Wf'.tI.....-.I II

tuiuial sti\icv will he held maintaining thi.n. truer. w'hi<'h that the re:-cnti v' of the British m i I I- I I. Dclaxxaii! Diii.. 1';-.. I Lint will be gone abi ill' "

a t: zs tt Tu iax .it J p. m from the it'.-Icen went into effect vMslvriLithttush \'. P.lcMmc at this; time would alimie4 2. rVnttev hrama, llrx 'M 17;;,. 2:.. AI6an" >0".. .. 15." I.JC.Jan ; days. He phut to study ti II.

( '(' to UN Fleming Street:: surelx: have an adverse rf- I 1, Ne-. Jersey. D". IJ:. 1787 211;. l\I'h'l-' Zit 1837i i pfcMb and to intr-rv;lew <'. 11 r

lhui<'h vheie the body \"ill be soUiers on both sides jn feet on the truce Either Jews 4. Gt-<" .aa.. Jan 2. 1785Connecticut < 4, Flit Nl ,. Mach\ 23 ii.1-:j. stocking on that kind fir

placed: at 2 p, m. |i|. keeping. a strict swatch of each IK- Arabs. o- both he cxplainri.nwiv ::. Jan 9. I I7 K. SI Truss, Dei 79 1,44 j. t City Commi-ss+nner 1./ I'..

Rn' J. B Reid will officiateittid olht.r m" ... 1tCn1s.I bx Rev. Stokes j I I 7, I ITS() I city will first undertake . '
| A.S a result of that vi:cilante.tJcn one o" the other side Maryland. April 28. I7VL
+ Burial will be in the f..mih'plot i I s n.'oo'Ioo that the \iabs tViintBtinadotte said today I.. South Carolina Max 25. I7BS.I ;ass. WiKI.. Max Z>. .IStStt pave Sin>Ol1....... and What. IKnd .

d in city cemetery : that hi' .i- t-Mn_ to have Au iabid j I !9 New' l1i1mpo>lnl't". JUIM. 21 : ahfoima.. .Vpt. !9. I IKM. .. later to r"nltIt un :. t""
Lopez Funeral Hoax t. in had broken the truer m a --'1 (_ ..

+'oaltJp "U.,ir..i: of arrangements tai of TH 1 Awn-.ind' time \ial-. tic t tour n (,tk truce a i pel mairnt Kl Virginia June 25' l I7;;tI : 1. Orca..... *.rb. '14. I 14 ,9. olm" .inttWOOD. .

) a Sm \ix-ois three sons William :tfter den 'ins; the' acius-rtion; tit' ;pl'.Nc' Pitt I 11'. !Ne\x York. Job 28. I7=. 34. Kat sils. Ja. :29! 1:61.!:: --- ---

n.. Ralph and Bertram Ruscllt : .. 12. NiHth; CiIIl......... )\\itA.. 21I7.CI 3$. West Vircmia. Jum 20
t u daughters. Mrs :Mum I Rob- 186&

t...K md MivNellie Rus-eli: Announcing . NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE IJ.: Hnodc island M.nt.. 170U :W Ntxatla. Xt :U. I 1:1);: LATHat

/ a lEalF tout -ian
.tci. Kttet' n..bl..tBt'th'. tsFtl rlBUSINESSMEN'S I i.i: Kentucky.: June I. I 1792Ih :38 Colorado. Aus I I. 1 loThi -at-
Lou Rolxit anti Lot Rae Rusell KINK I 1.1 1 'InUtHI! )
: Tennesrc. June I I. 179*. : Kurtn Dakota: Nox: 2, 1 iN1J

1 .- 17 Oiiio; Man I. 'IJOil < ... South Dakota. Nov.; 2. IaI ; TELEPHONE 816
- LUNCH S1I UonUna. Nox .,. ;
.1 l U.. WU&.I I.Da.pnl ft. 112. l I.->->
19 Indiana Dix II. 1316. 42. Washington. Nov II. 1.9.; --u
,. Palace Theater I /' ii f-f.ef/r.r tort! : 20. Mississspoi. Dei. 10 milL 43 kiaino Julx 3. 1 14UIQ.
A .: Served 12:00 Noon Until 3;00 P.M. :M. Illinois. Dec. 3. 1818 44 WvomnuJul'\. If). UW. Time to Plan -
Belita and Preston Foster in 4:i ttah Jan 4. 1)95
22.i.bama.. D t', 14 1H19
L "Till E 1 Ill MU1" I SPECIAL DE LUXE DINNER 550| 2:,'. :\1-.,"c. March 1 13: 1 1a20 45. Oki h.n-u. Net l It i I'M'' iof/ier 'under' Iinlu"r.i

.t ,. 1. lrt1'IreYL.t1 NEWS and SHORTS Served 3:00 P.M. Jo 8;00 P.M. J4: :\hOUM. .\u1O. Ib 21'l f7 Ntuixuo: I-n 6 IH2.! Why Bother
s 4:3; .1. ,/'..n.Fero ii i iiJC .iC

L'i' _____ -_- --I A LA CARTE SERVICE AT ALL HOURSIII /Illhl'\: : :

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I'repurel .
THIS STRIKING PICTURE was taken almost immediately after tIHIIC..
: IMP ST. LEOcvr ()
a oas explosion ripped through a building in Pittsburgh. A I TICKET OFFICE Our (hell I i.iniWHITEHOUSE ( Iu'j at

woman victim is being carried from the street strewn with de- ; ..r1Iat / 20 to Auc.rlsr I
u ALL AIRLINES : I,.'.S .I reel ._.. IIai WEAVER'Slirf
bris. A dated mn lies on the sidewalk. The photo was taken I I RESTAURANT 'into I'ttinliBud For Information. Phone 1035.
i Call at S12 Sunonton Street
commercial who from his or
David Love photographer I
by : a ran PRICE TOURS .
damaged studio and started snapping pictures. .'; Hr\ \1. THEET I \ and Ffnder rr'"rk Koiirrt Ilion, <:uuu-ellor ( :
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TALE OF THE PENNIES .......................r

.. \Ie'"-bU.iKry..
., . I. P. AMTM4. OW_T M4 PvMUknURMI Many of us kicked like a bronco in I ViSifu Make
p. \ I). AkT. \%. B..IB.M >!aaIVa ........................ N1Wsel ] Helps Oil
From Tb. CIU... Balldlnir process" of being broken when the city ,
IP Corner (2r.+i>. and Ann Street .
.a O.ly. I"ally N Monroe.w"|.apr CouDtyL.t.r.d In Key. Weal and commissioners; : adopted the tax on F-. NETWORK PROGRAMS 1,9 Ked11 NEW YORK ,AP The

but the only whimper left now i is tOhoero'l! Casttrn" Local Timo. For cMral I earth's wobbling motion has left
tubtract ono hour, for
at K.VI., .Florida aaoad claaa matter mountain .
subtract two hours. SomfUcal ah.t'Oll. i lie mark in the oil hales .f the
:.: ...:..IJF.R 01 TUB -"! OCI tTF.II PBKt! by the task of attaching :stamps: to tobacco I e"a..go hour of 'Iay ta fit CHAPTER 19ttTS It was evident that she bad read own. I feeTthat my time, otherwise V-xmtaiiu. The wobbl -
Rocky :
local le"'tlul. Last minute pro the silent Hildred had belongs to those 1 try to I
-: Th. Amwriatd IT .. la eieIutvIy entitled to message
_ ._ creditedt prod u ct.s. *rm c.an..can_t k. _i<,.,4. she coming south soon -fhrd hero." moftm like\a about
?<>r reprudarlloit of all newa dlspatrhea senrrisr-to lefRer son lila i a top toMO?
I.. It or ti.'t vtherwlim endued la tliia paper, and I JL your cousin Hildred asked. OWB happiness.She You must tell me more about
.. .- %|M Ike Inca) .... publinbed here. But that task The Citizen believes SATURDAY, JUNE 12 Lucien shrugged again. One that clinic of ** the Countess spinning. The earth takes about
never knows what Dodo. will do: practically said as much yours. 21.000 years (or a single wobble.
of her
said. royal
::: "BM-Hitnox niTKs! will be done with sense f satisfaction irf -1:4: ; Ev..l.g But 1 when the pleasant weekend final- making it one
30. Tear ._... le.tOU ? SiG-.henmary she is 'Ulp@dictabt presume commands. yet a gracious one. "1I How this motion has recorded itself .
- -et ew-bs it time for Hildred and
0 Uunlba __._._...._- . . -. - knowing that it means better streets for .i'J stwczst i:>*ry Dm-- b. she will come. Liz bas Written ly over. to was take their departure. I see the secret of your happinesS. in the oil shale i is told i a
Ibr Uunthi _. Z.7S her-the royal command-that Jimmy !
Untie Time-sb child helping others and
.iD.suetwor1 a the latent publication of
- > Mi.bibIMaly .-.._ ...__.._===== i..e Key West. j :-taoe.; Tiro*-m6i- **t she:! should. The marriage is supposed Hildred and the liUle boy had not my just those children for whom the the
... Foundation for Study of .
- \ _, :tTk.; ; a :iulII"--nba.wn' to take place when Dodo each .made an appropriate thank- cycles.
-: AlbRTIOISU H.'TtS The tax demonstrates the (ruth of that i \5-Art of' Livlev-eb.' arrives Liz has had some set idea you speech-Jimmy's so spontaneous you whom do so much.into but contacLeI all with l"y Wilmbt 1L Bradley, <

_ Vade' Known oc ApplicationMPKriAl old :oa'ing.hTa ke care of'"your : pennies *L'MB tt:,Kofi Mr i.Opinion-cbs.f erayor- be' about the ceremony being performed I and sincere that the Countess ": can you hardly come do that much! the U. S. Geological Sun'f').
. '.,:J -xatioftat Ope. Golf) -nbo here without benefit of had given him a pat on his dark Hildred the lovely The.e: oil chairs are like Isyer-
XOTIfH and your dollars will take care of them '' call it." I head and told trim he was to visit protested
- ;Rfd Barter .Sport:; *-cosl'iU fuss-as you might ed chocolate "OIkQo About
color in her face. See
All reading 0411ee0. rarda of thank resolution deepening evfrj
. *"!' Wfemer Sport* tbojI the great bouse whenever be
- of Ivvpert. bbllnary notlom, p.eme. He. will be selves. Though the tax i is imposed on a 'J l>*i>co liasio-
- 0 0 ruare S.....-fur.. fur at tbe entertainment rate of !. by rente rhurrbea a line.from which basis of pennies, since its collection beganin i tt-New or Iaiei-mh-wtj% their wedding" Hildred returned. ;I showing; the proper appreciationand in such moments as ttiU. "1 like I were 'fotmed. one for oil. and one
C a revenue i. lo Ui derived are e rents a line. I : and CommeBtarsr= wIt i is what my mother wishesI its sincerity too. to do what I can for my friends, for drystont".
.-. T.. rillsea la an opea forum and Invitee dlaunMB March the total now amounts to almost Jack Dctll CommentabeUQTo I not Dodo." The line of Lucien's as well as those who come to Inc The timing is not quite
of public beers and aubjeria of local orMEMBER ?: B. AnnouncedcbsMelody = j handsome mouth wal grim. It Is I who must thank you, clinic; but 1 am afraid in both that
-. .......a.. litreit. . bit It Will Rot pu"I1" aeonmoua1948 19000. That sum added to the $12.000 Hawaii Calls'Orporated-abe Musicians- nb. I j "Though in this particular case Lucien's mother .aid. "And to youI cases. it is but little I can do." precise but is so close to theeafth's
... ... .all..L I
- & provided for in the budget for street 1:30-Curtain Timo Drama-ft bo j I must say I am on Liz's side. say also please come as often as She meant that-thinking againof wobble that Dr. Bradley
paving Abe Burrows :Sons: -cbs j There is no use in having a lot of you like. Of course you will. my Jimmy and her promise to him. suggests it is not a coincidence.
makes a nucleus large enough to begin """hailing of Tnkon-abaNamo I{ publicity.The quieter-and quicker dear. I would like you to come to "That shows how little you He thinks earn double layer of

; immediately! the repairing of Key West : 5-H. Carmichael cf Song Quiz Sor.r.-mbsT ts I it is over the better. no doubt. see me, as well as my son. I would really know!" It was Lu-ien: who rocks recorded one wobble. The
< like you to be friends with re,
'; -Tho Life of nb. Tnough the hurry again is Liz's spoke up now. "About the goad proof teSts mainly on the fact
I Hildred I call that
streets which have been in -may you
t <) poor shape, singe it Again Quiz-cbsROTS idea-not ours. please? -as well as Lucien He you do. I mean. You-and Jimmy ,that the climate changes during
with Dolan. Detect!**-abeTwenty i' She saw that he did not want -have made this old house come
one or exceptions for several half
all him
: Questions Quiz-nibs to talk any more just now. So she shall not keep you for alive this weekend. I am count- one wobble. During of'tha

years. 1:30 Famous-Troth Jury or Consequence Trials-ab I kept silent.It self. ing on you next Saturday you I time the climate, in the American

Simonton and White streets Stop Me. Gas Show-oibs was at that momentwhichmust The last was playfully reproving know. And you might as well let I Rocky latitudes. has snort, hot
are the '*0-Hit Parade. Sinatra-nbe have appeared one of intimacy and teasing. but the rest was Jimmy come then again too. In : summers and winters are refa.tively .
first:" to be put in good condition and then Joan Davis.' tomedy-c.-bs indeed-tLat the Countess genuine 59 that Hildred was fact I understand he and Robin I warm. Dr. Bradley bas to
: I fing: Bujtrrx Dra.-abe entered the room. touched."I have a date all set.** also the fact that the
probably Duval and Caroline will im- Keep Up With Kids mbs explain:
: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST ':30-ju<1y Canova Show-nboVaucho "I trust I am not intruding" wish you would" she said in .. It began to look a> if her week- I change from oil to dry atone j jsharp. is
=. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN proved. As to the first streets to be repaired Monroe Sbow-cbs Lucien's mother said. reply to being called by her first ends from now on would be The climate! changes, he
\Vhat> My X"nle-abo' Lucien stood up to face his name. "And it would give me pretty well planned for her, but
---- ..
residents i
tm some other Hampton Show-mbs I not
on streets notes were certainly sharp.
OO-Kay j mother. His eyes were hard and much pleasure to be the friend of there was nothing Hildred could
1. More Hotels and Apartments. may feel that work on them should begin Saturday Kyser Serenade College-cbs:-r.bo I bitter his mouth sardonic. He Lucien's mother as well as his. I say at present to change that. lie recites a little chemistry to
: 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. JTof. Quic-abe-basie gave a little bow from his slen- I promise to come just to see you even had she wished. When they I show that in soite of gradual cfi-
first, but that is a matter that should not Chicago Theater-rabs tier waist. You never intrude when I can. But you know" hon- finally arrived at some permanent mate change the.shift-from,making -
- 3. Airports-Land and Sea. 10:30: -The Grand Ole Opry-nbo I well desire to be the arrangement for Jimmy she!
cause concern or dispute, as City Commissioner Liz. esty as as a 1 f' one kind of rock to the otter
It Pars to He Ignorant- .balla.vkrft
.: I 4. Consolidation of County and \ I to remind the meant to take the matter of
I llodo.B-aba : The Countess crossed over to sit one, for a change up be abruptTODAY'S) >
. City Governments. Louis Carbonell) points out that practically l1:00-Xe.. & Variety I hr .-nboNews. I down beside her. all graciousness. Countess of the vast differences trying to get him adopted if it did might;

5. Community Auditorium. all the roads in Key: West will)) have "' Variety. Ujnro 2 hrs.-ctsNew ,I Men are only little boys-as we between herself and a little seem an unlikely prospect. or j f C'I
- : I L "' and. Pane Hour-aboHorn's i women know." she said. addressI county nurse prompted the next again, when Lucien cousin. Dodo 1 I niRTIIDAYS
been in a Krackinmbsii I work all the arrived for the wedding well
repaired a year. I herself to her young guest. remark. 1 time 1 I'
: -Danco ::ibo..smb.o1ZDaDclnc I Tney never grow up. Their women nearly. I only have half days! Sat- then things would change 8gain. (Know America)
lie figures that the tobacco tax will Contiauodabc..e.tNETWORK I must look after themityTyyyvyyyTyvvvvvTyvyvyvvvyvyyvyyyvvyyyvyvyyyyvyv urday and Sundays to call my To be cABlutar1) .i Lieut. Gen. John R. .Kadia,

:: yield $55,000 this year, and that sum will ------ --- --- - --- Ii comiunding U. S. forces: in.K*
MONOGRAPH ----- -- - --- --- --- - -- --

. he increased to $75,000) ) by the budget provision PROGRAMS .- 5i5W'Wm" -&.... I rca born Goteanda. ilL 53 yean

= : .. Ih>ar Citizens: of $20."""). The full sum should put lublracl Eastern.ne Local"au'Tim fir. For m.central....'.... ago.Mrs...D. Leigh (Islamic W.) C* I

= : Hankering for more power politicians several streets in excellent condition, with Subtract tw.."our. "..m. local ata. ; "Too Late To Classify"RUSSELL Key West In 'in. president: of the WomsulChristian
teen ciIsn hour f relay' I... fit
;::' sometimes think owning a newspaper the subsequent income to be used in local "'''.Ch..o. L.n ......ut. prssram : Temperance UnK lr.I .
asphalting .
:.: will increase their power when other roads in IE'Y't' t. clulngoa c.n..1 be .IIcl..elO. I Br ICAY44AAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A Days Gone By I born Westview, Ohio. C5 yean

:. the opposite i is the ('a p. Connection Good streets are essential to the progress SUNDAY, JUNE 13 t AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF' ago.Claudia Morgan. actress boa

-: : with new.tpapers! usually has an iconoila. of any city which should please!' all Aiter.i4. I Every: now and then the missI pesky invaders from our domi- THE CITIZEN OF > in Brooklyn. N. Y. 36 years age,
1:00-tmtrlca United. Talk*-nbeIViorway Dr. Arthur S. FJernming. U. S
tir effect gets all saturated ahd fed cile.j JUNE 12. mi I
;:0- : of us in contributing a few pennies at a to Life-cbs I upi Civil; Service on'lnuAAlonf'r.' recently
I don't know whether
San ivttinim Talk-a be j you e'l'rtried 1IIIIIIIUII1I! IIIIIIISlllllllu'IIIIIIItIItIItfNfIllJll-
::: : TilE ORACI.R. t time to the street improvement fund. Wm. Shirtr: Comment-nibs i with home, housework and family -J to evict a flock of hungry selectedpresident of Ciba
1:15-Editor Music at Box Home-Dibs-bast-abeThe. :|I :; und wht-n that occurs she ants or not. but brother I'm hereto Key West Camera Club will I Wesleyan University.born it

|I calmly announc.sI'm going tt U that they don't discourage -:; hold a meeting tonight in the Kingston. N. Y 43 years ago.
1:30-Chicago Ronndtable! -nbTUl you
laziness i is disease i from here. In days of thecensus.
progressive away
a gone director
; conversely it Acaln. Orama-cb. James; C. CapU
Once establish -
easily they jury room in the
:: ABOUT REMOVING SLUMS work done National' \espers-a be"ontemporary 'by such an anouncement might county couithouse. 1 i Washington D. C., born I
makes other .
- work easier. < ilutic-rob* a picket line there is not Arrangements will be
have called for but
. an argument in Texas. CO years ago.
do about it. Wht
2R.F.D.meri..aub<: much you can n
made to hold
.. never having won one over a 30- an exhibition of local i : Raosevelt of 'N sjYoik
You -\r. There Drama--ba Nicholas
:: The City of St. Louis through an anti- it comes to pure cussedness. a photographic t
\\eek Around World-ate year period. I have reached the scenes; in July born there 55
Air Jones Sbo.-mba | crew of beady-eyed cockroaches 2_ 1
= Blum commission i considering a plan to Key West has its fautls, no doubt but 2:3CRob.rtferrUI: ."'tpb.News point where I don't even feign can hold their own with anybody I years ago. .
"' Commentary: surprise. ; 1 simply reach for my J Milton E. Lord,"librarian:: of the '
= raze some' 2.OOO) dwelling units, describedas why talk about its faults when there Mr. Pr.sldeat-aa.c *- .' when it comes to disturbing the !
are so" News: Veterans' Paijrl' -rof* check book growl "How much? 1 j June 14 is Flag )Day, and arrangements Bccton PUUic Litrarv. born .i in

,;: being "amtii the city's oldest! and many good points to talk :ibout'; *:*>-Opinion) Comment- bs and tell" ) her "not to forger to peace.1 had all but given the idea .!1 have I been made to I Lynn: Mass.- M yaars ago. .
2 3:00-jfosie'Parade. Cumneepbs .write. 'tot observe' it in Key West.' : Old r.
worst. being master of
iver my '
Th* eympnony iioSrt-cb. .
Of course, before Mama makes Glory will be 18t years .old -on Patty's histpric expedition
home .
J. ab
Thompson Sonj- when neighbor to
a came
: The area i is occupied by Negroes with "UNDOING "ECONOMY"The Charlie's House-hits such an announcement she always my lescue. I was telling him of : that date. opening up' Japan in July }ith.

;; ten per vent of the houses not having running "' 3:1S-American Almanae-ab. arms herself with a letter I my dilemma and bewailing the I -:-- consisted of five hips. ne of

t: .: . water twenty-five per cent having noiu. general idea is that Congress: is 3:30-Ono u.. Announced Man's Family-a beTh -nteTo J' from Aunt Grace or Cousin Mildred fact that a guy couldn't even en- Douglas-Wilson, formerly ofKl'Y 1 them a steamer and the appearance -
Juvrnlle Jury-mbs inviting her for a visitor I West of the steamer created I
travelling ::
joy the or'dll1 1romforts oiI ( now passenger -
i" .';idf toilets and fifty-eight per cent having now ready to give the Bur('au of Internal 4:00-John Quii B. Kid K..nnl'lla".. Joe Kelly; -tbo somebody' getting married *go1 -I home because; of the ornery agent for the P. & O. Steamship panic among the Japs.LEGAU.

:; no facilities for bathing. Revenue additional help) which means, we MOHSO (if at.rY-II.b., 1 inii! to have a baby or fell down- insects. Company. arrived in Key f

: The plan it seems, would tear downtho hope that there will be a more thorough :1S-Cal Tinney Tail.tabc4:3cNew I stairs and broke their leg andthey I You just don't know how to t West today as the guide of 61 i
,: r.lvingl".unboXVho I j feel that her presence would handle insects" he said. members of a good-will group.
"Now I
:::; .
slum area to provide an eight-block checking of income tax returns.In lun It 4.U.ZtNr. /
r. Manpln. nituic. [ be helpfuL They will be shown around the = FICTITIOI C
--abc don't have any trouble with themat .j :OTIC K 1 SlIESt:
: )park area certain civic buildings and space the wave of economy some monthsago 5OO l->.-tctiv The Sunday. Jt.lyst.rles-Iub.Tb..t..rn"eJanl'lI. I I Well, her most recent "escape"occurred 1 my house; 1 just make Vm I city and then will leave for Ha-'t XOTU.J ::9iF.: TVMTK r.IVn.N lt

:. to !It.. sold' or I leased to groups interested in the Rureau was reduced with the result Davis Son cl.s a few weeks ago \,hen walk a chalk: line." Then he vans the untl.r4hf.tt. <---iYi.i5 I-- ..."orac.i .
S'erstithn l/ntmaabC' I she started tor Charleston and .bounced out of the house ran la bc-i.".- undr the fictIiii5:
.7 constructing modern apartments. that it had to lay off a number of special Under: Arrest L>r roa-mbs i namo of "Marlhin. Hair *tti't
Charles E. Smith and S basti-
:I:15-'IiI.< Davis Orcn.-els wound tIp making the return trip home and was back again in a +- 911MTiMon "I.. K.> W.M. rla. l la-
: While it i is alwas interesting to see ) agents whose business was the checking S:3O-Frankie Carl Band-cl.* I:jvia Not folk. Wilmington. Philadelphia couple of minutes waving a pieceof an Cabiera. as lepresvntatives of temU t- r-..ls..r *...I. 11' V.J; .alt*
"oimler Spy itaina-abc and New York. all ofI chalk and the Key West Rotary Club. left t ncm* with the fieri "T ihe q.
| like
:: metropolitan| areas clean their disgracefulnnd of individual and corporate tax return What Makes, you Tickmb.Eve.iw grinning a tunri Jot 3incritc t'oflflt'. pl.iriis.
i I which consumed nearly a ehessy cat. t yesterday for San Francisco to itihedlotte; 4. .,tI.f .
r. disreputable slums it i is apparent ifS month's attend the Rotary convention to' at tO-.n"'
I time and a considerable I I don't know whether to hit iSIAweV..
.. ran judge from the newspaper articles, Responsible officials said at the time t:00 Tha-Catholic family Radio Time Serrlce cbs -nbc i pOi ion of the rent money. him over the head with a crow- be held in that city. f I ion :;11:6. 114*. .

::- that the thousands of people, now occupy- that this type of economy would cost the I Tew l>arson temment-abo. !i I While the boss is away I am bator send for the wagon. but
Tbusebslers. Io t-I"b. be taken of before I could decide he Collection of a fund to defrayexpenses I \01lfK OK u4iItG t'nK aiDe
supposed to by
:: : in}' the St. Ix>uis area to be razed will Have nation money. Apparently, the Congress is 1i:15-Xe.. Summary-abc care was for the Overseas Highway -;; Niur i- her';wv 'gibe" i- nh-rn
:30-lIoU..nod Pre.-IIH :lour daughter Peggy who is busier -i down on his hands and knees .*....+t. tb.\.-c th* ot" VIA! *
.: l., look for other abodes. Their conditionwill ready to accept this view because the pending Summer- Cuest: 'o't-'blO ip her own right than a bobtailed drawing lines all over the kitchen celebration to be held on I.III tot( inn J..i,. A. I'. l4a.' ..I ':...' I'V .I.i I...

:. hardly I be improved by the demolition appropriations bill for the Bureau will Ireate&t Nick Carter.Story'DtI.tI.e-II.Kter: Told: -jbo horse in flytime.. She works i flour ,I July 2 to needed 4. now nears has been$6.000. The. i I I the K-x :)lneroe,,,..-.t. t.,'-..Mi....'l>.. lb.'ourt lui'df ii.-
/UU- all flies 1 "Now", he shouted. won't amount: placed f' .'. .. -1 :,(""'.
Ja'-k bitChy Comedy-nb o I day at a radio station. "ou .Ullt -.rtfnl..ifli' -- J
:. of the quarters in which they live andwhile probably allot funds for additional employees The Oe >. AMtry Shorn-cus I hither and yon in airplanes most be bothered with ants anymore" at $...500.I ,...unty. Klwia. ..lil ..p.n --*..1'' "

-: the face of the city will be lifte-l the to fight tax evasion. i Snerlock I.ov. nd'enture-.bc Holmes mbs every weekend. swims aqua- 'I pointed to a stream' of themI I Mil In. fT K.tlml th. "UuW.IIC 1tat4 f r-*..d>lAd 5ci' -t

':3 0-Pat O'Brien Drama-rbeBlondi dances and marching along a baseboard and Next Tuesday Mrs. William Tavrrnlw Vllta a.. 'modern planes. plays bridge
:: apartments" to be erected will The citizen of Key West i I .
average may and Dagwoodti.sizil White will entertain members of Screvy lOt tie .:"rt. .. f>r' irMUM -
Coodwm Comedy-abc I engages in a score of other activities he pounced on them drawing .. ,.....- ,
hardly IH in the of the slum- K rK" >In"
)price-range think that this matter is but the Everready Star Club in her
:: no concern .
Cabricl. lleatter Showtubs8OOT. :; that give ht'r't'IY Lt- ;] chalk lines across their path. The Florida l-lal I'.." *. I'-ir. >"
':'" : flwf.lI..rll. that would be a mistake.. If everybody is : Shaw AdventuresrtRStop Chotuisub.SatupoIe tie time for serious housework.As ants went nuts: ran around in home on South street I Public.. K.....->ra.. 1loitr-. < .ci.,ietc...
' l'l rti.r Ui-Larva
"'- : Then i is a cnnsitlerable demand for I compelled to pay the full amount of the Mediation the :Music Quia Ludrdmts5:30Frii -ahcTho a result the cat and I usu- circles, bit each other and car- Miss Annice Smith. daughter.of Burton lorl.-e. and IMjititT l iiri'.rainiirdig .
: I ried like Then they dis- t pI-.tf..a".n-
on crazy.
the removal of slums in our cities and the I income tax that is due the government it Allen Comedy-nbc ally could depend on breakfast I Mrand Mrs. Charles Smith. I r-Ht-rJ t>> C* Il. l(a'l"U' i>
The Man Called X_.bs but the rest of the day and night ; apoeared and didn't come back. Surveyor. .
:: construction of low-rent apartments for the will ease the burden of those who makean 1\Io.ie. Comm.ntary-ubs we were on our own. If I had What my friend used was aprodut and Charles J. Curry. Jr_ son of 4-epic--; vt t.lfU'Jti'i-in" aol! .Uthe
':**-Twin News Comment-mbs Mrs. Ella Curry. will lie married but Inf-rniAli-, that
::: low.income groups. This is. no doubt a honest return and pay in full. 8:):;-Fiv..Minutes, :"' eaecLm9UO1erryC.otloundnbc: been content to get my luncheonsand made right here in Florida Sunday afternoon in the First 1... ..vr9Htry...al." (m.... the ivir ; t --,"'.
at Orlando known as "Ch-- ik- .. ," ",,-
I ll-
at restaurants all ;ilonrov, .nf nun -
: suppers \ y r. )
: .
hut has : the Rev. .
: goal nobody estimated Methodist Church by
yet .r
d '
Line DDT Eu Wi--i 'lon4a. -I>
'atrh Me If >ou Can-cbs might have been welL but like I Crayon. by the Na- iipiii .,
:..: ::: I the amount of public funds that will be Humor is If Walter \Vincliell Time abc tional Products Compan. It is Joe Tolle.I $J.t uttirfc Mill t.. returnrnurn P'5
a rare gift. you can laughat Meet: I. at PakyembsiSlIollywpod a lot of guys I have always hada of >..,.-<-in<-atl..fl >- .

:. required to subsidize\ such' ron.struction.Moreover the world and at yourself, you are I : Comment-abe crazy idea that I was a right j harmless but to animals and humans I Today The Citizen says in an ih.\l.!<-.>f-W uot fi-u eierk|'I ,,..>n iii or t..V.-r-.. h."d'. ...r.

'U: it is clear that the few who enjoy lucky. sJU Strike-Album It Rich Familiar QUlzclI.To Music-u bo smart cook myself so I would sure messes up the insects editorial paragraph: I*. ->I. on Tn"" da>. Jul) .. Lf'
even if it doesn't write under the
sneak home in the evening. and ttir Cemini.iuccc
=-: the occupancy ul| the subsidized dwelling lt')s Its a Living Announrrd Show--anc mbs proceed to cook a steak like it .I water. If you ask me. it's God's "Of course we can stand Pat rluhl t.. a.....|>t or rejias! "!4
if Cannon can stand U'o.- all bids made ..,lr-uarn t- <" :- Ad-
:- 0 units will be fortunate. In fact they Permanent peace is an i ignis fatuus 10OO-Tak.: Itounry It or Li-an.Story It--cbVoices nbMickey .o ought to be cooked or try my gift to housewives. certt.enefll.' .
or Stringiniks10:3G.horace :; ; hand at whipping mess fold K.) '''.'f. .'iorl Ji'.P
: ; will be more fortunate than the economic that can never be obtained) !so' long as! human : Heidi Show-nbc fashioned German up a potato t Ton \y' : A Family Tapestry i'4'.. n.-- ... ,:::.... .

'- claw just above them which is unable to nature is what it is. F.vafie Commentary: Drama vn, series Movies-cbs aboClary's cakes or a sure enough Spanish ANNIilsARlE.s: h1et-i! .. l.urd: i-f .'",,",. ., C yo" 14.

l ay for similar acoomodations for UwmM4"ln'M. iO: S<<-To B*Uaicett Announce-*-mb)-*abe omelet. (Know America) ,| BARCELONA.-(AP).-Gabino closer'Sinnen.-. C--un!), !'1 '. ;..

:- UP TO CONVENTIONS :00i-\ws A Variety 2 hrs.-r beNe During such culinary adventures -I 1799-Josiuh Hailan. soldier- Stuyck. director of Spain's Royal JUDI:? 1)! i444! 1 .
.... Variety. Dance 2 lire.-ct>. I usually managed to dirty
:' It would l lie nice if everybody in the ;News and. Dane f." nd-abc adventurer in India in the 1880's.for Tapestry Factory is the sixth . . . . . ,IzIc
about half the dishes
News, Dance, Band Z .ra.-mila : pots. pans, a while governor of a piovince generation of his family to hold
: land could enjoy a modern home, with all The political experts) do not believe IOO-Ua.clar: Continued-abc- estYttnr land sliver in the house. Having : there born in Chester Co.. i this post. Jacobo Van tier Goten. STRONG ARM BRAND COFT2ZTRHDIPH

:: the inventions mid improvements that this that any Republican candidate will havea !I stuffed myself- to a point of discomfort -I Pa. Diet! in October 1871. Flemish artist. was the first director -

0 Industrial ape has created. Nevertheless, majority of the delegates to the (;I. O. 1' : ll1rIlSOIlI" until later.would" Oftentimes"leave the"liter"dishes - 1806-John A. Koebling. h-re when Phillip the fifth. ', COFFEE .
I at 25 for greater: freedom of expression founded the factory, in 1720. A \
: fo"III\lU. of hitch homes requires the puvin convention and they assort that President SATURDAY. JUNE 12.T 19-l&-j turned out to lie the next morn : famed engineer budge grand nephew Livinio Stuyck. MILLat :?

: "iit of a considerable. sum as rent Truman cannot corral a majority of the .iday gives another ecwntricjprson. I ing und Pt"ggwould: find her lankier and pioneer Amei irjnwiii i succeeded him. and, eVl'rint? !

::: whether paid in that form or as interest" Democratic delegates before the meeting this tiiju- gtnrall with!I Broadway kitchen ite i">"pulatnJI2n"n election! night.! The iind ; rope maker, founder of afamed there h..-; been a Stuyck as" direvtoi 4U Croctn t .
ilfl.ieisWeDliVti' of the Madrid
ins -n-J American factory .
p I engineering dynjty. . . . . . .
I :': fill the owner's investment. Ono may question in Philadelphia. lent of vhpt others are doing, i place would Lie swarming with lw>ni in G rniany. Ou-d" wherethe annent art 1.kf'pt -

:.. : the extent to which the Federal ( u"- This means that both conventions with pocuJiar taste of your own. I ants and roaches. Where the pests : July :22! 1869. alive. p

-: : rrnment or the :tate governments should I j will have to do some work in selecting Party I oppoi you may tunitic-s often chasing t In- missing"bubble.good j! come. from but if"ou ate,' quickly l leave I a don'tknow few famed 1844-American Janariui A. MjcCjlu AUTOMOBILE :; ,

::: fir ran '<) into the business!' of providingbelter j candidates. The Republicans ar*, (Itlitecitufitlent i. There j.,; much ability here if the! crumbs around nine million seven -I dt-nl of hi,; tinM-s.war f<.. conespon-vi-lioii" ) the 't It

mind can lie guided aright and hundred and sixty-thiee antswill t W. fill all when ,,,
:: home.! for everyboly.Criticism feeling that the'aliaei'] split. Dulgat lans said mass for manyyears NOTICE prescriptions
: kept in a steady line of thought. l>eat a path to your door( likeyoud I Tour old cu starts giving you
born Perry O I I. I DIM tI!
plus' the rebellion) of the Southerners, will invented a better mousetrap txoubl

:. : springs. from two sources; insure a G. O. P. ,victory regardless of the SUNDAY. JUNK 13, 1913! -You or something and roaches Jim-. 11178.i8.9Thoniaa. J. Walsh 1I..ntlDa | I will no long* be niponti- I W. ctrrf a complete lio. cfBrak IIil
have considerable 1bilI tare over and under everything bit for any debts contracted by
tli literary Pasta Iffaittea.Cu FittiaginSpark
: : intelligent
\ emotional re- nominee. senator. who died just before other than
the anyone
I .itwith a gt-nile; and winning j in << place.Not Plu9 FaA Belts.
::: nrtion. The i- that President I I I Incoming Roosevelt's f..tI Dated June 10. 1341.Signcdi .
general opinion ;* I deposition a kind heart and agnerous !; being a I student (>f entom- I AT YOUR SERVICE .
Truman will emerge with the Democratic nature. You will! makea !i. olngy. my charming daughter attorney-general:! born at Two
Rivers WiDied; M rch 2.
::: Jt. is.surprising how hard an officeholder nomination but there is; a slight uneasiness! ine happy domestic home having fetjHng.a fc-Itlin-I: 'l upon assembly! encountering of uninvited this busybodieswould august I 1933.: ; I LEWIS j. WOLCOTF PHONE 1178

;. works; for the; benefit of his *.peojiltj among his supporters lest the namo of friends will 1* macte, drawn by break out with bitter denunciations 1878-James Olrrrr CllrW.II (\. i

and they never know about It until a General Elsenhower gets before the dele sheer force of the good nature,I I having; to do with the" I!i novelist (.f the Far tII.thw.--.t.} I JunIO-II.12 194;: JANE and SHINE

=--:..- unfolds. "*" mhin-d with the rt'garllur the I utter irresponsibility of mile parent l>'.in at Owesso, llkhDied' ..ii ; 1S02 BERTHA STREET .
campaign gal t e. inherent abilities. I I ; sn.J demand that I drive the Aug 13. 1327.' .

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,I I L3I TTE. Mont.-CAP).-A su- the Hanau Engineering depot a>
guards; replacing a number of :
.. per-eager beaver was oatkctl in DP guards. The replacement is |
" .: an effort to build himself a dam on this basis: one man and two
=s an sutHirnan MoaderviHe but writ does to guard an area formerly !
'11' -: leap fight to remain free. The ani- guardedby two men.
.,. uuil's engMX-erins work on Silver '
,. flow Creek duln't fit in at all For a -.time they entertained
t with city planning, so Jack Hitter ideas of making him a pet but he |I
. ...11I. aryl L AiU nu&ni hauled the fought that idea, tooth and claw j
.', leaver rff the job with a garden so they: freed. him in neaibyj I
rake and him '.
duirpt-d in a :.a.-l: hills.

,.1 1. .. first Political Telecast I

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'.,"..1''I Staged 20 Years AgoAP

CHAIRMAN AND AIDES-Stet r J. Hewcrd MrGnrfA (D., R. /.), center, cJ..ir.... ../ 'h
1 ., ...-. f r Vtm craJic National Comnitlce, cam/en n-itb Je L. Blyttr, ./ Charlotte ff. CX, left, ntulytifpoimted -
... trcaixret of the comvt-ttce, and Wiiiiam J. Priam, Jr., rig.bt, ff Mentfvmfry, AI+.,
,.. ,dJi jail appoinltJ at i.i assistant to the fbeirm**. nm.
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:t'I".,. Two Named to Committee Posts

TIle appointment of Joe L.Blytb. to become president of the American Chairman of the Young Democratic
*. DemocraticXalioral 'on,- President Steamship Lines. National Committee and is presently
mitt-peman from North (Carolina Senator McGrath announced Young UrnrocraticyNatsonal
as treasurer of the DsnrncratieNational Flythe's appointment as part of Comnutteeman from Akilma. .
of Committee, has been tl-e reorganization of the executive In 1943. he came to Washington
announced by Senator J. Howard division of the Democratic as an assistant to the late Senator
)Mctirath (Chairman of the Com National Committee headquartersin Josiah W. Bailey (D.. NV:C.), who
mittee.Blythe.. connection with the 1948campaign. wu then chairman of the United
i : hose home is in Oarlolt State Senate e'.Commit \-
.e _. Primm left the'ftII"t toy of the
*. in ;.kw president of theBlithe Earlier, Senator McGrath had
Senate in April 1915-to return
i Brothers < general of
Company announced the appointment '*
hanftenii. H...is.
contractors He has been a Xorth William J. Prjmm, Jr.. .f Montgomery marrigd
i Carolina State Senator since 1939. Ala., as assistant to the to Senator Baihry'c eUett, daughter -
and they have twoj aufrhtera.
He tier, nerved &s state chairmanof nation chairman, the first of
In accepting the appointment as
Newsfeatures the Jefferson-Jackson dinners several such assistants to be
committee treasurer Blythe said:
:1' BOTH NATIONAL CONVENTIONS will be telecast this year recently held in Xorth Carolinaand appointed. "1 m convinced that the welfareof
for the first time. The cameras covered the 1940 Philadelphia he is a member of the executive Prirr.m, 3*, his been active in the country demandsthe. c.n-
.. committee of the Democrat the llmocratie Party for many
Republican convention- subseouent rallies were out of r.n-. tinaation of the emorratie policies
National Committee. He is mar years. He was one of the organizers which have made us so strong
: . However the first political telecast wasAl Smith's acceptance ried' and has four ciidrcr. As of the Young Democratic and prosperous economically and
7.E speech in Albany in 1528. shown above. It was relaytru of treasurer, he succeeds George Clubs of America. For the past which have won na w rld leader
."1., 1 1I I WGY in Schenectady. KilI Oft. wiio resigned last August seven years be hu served as chip in the struggle for peace."

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k; IHACKF.tfK TirB Payment fur rlnjesrifi.ad rli.1 ..- SATURDAY :..
&z 1 menu Is Invariably in a I AflT-r.ijc-ntcnl< omler this head regular advertiser with I.-.IS.T a..- t j 1:00 KM. 6:00 PJII.- .
II IKinserted In Th. i iiri-n at counts may have their advertise- I Fishing (sign up in advance .
: the rair f a w..r.l for -a. h. in- meat I"hara.d'i.'i.a.rh..n t t'lb.
l>ni the minimumharii f'r
first I.. .."ri1. ..r Ic.a Is We.Th T. inure pnl>li<*ali<.n. t'C.: pr mast I
L <' rat" for blackr.ce tope is ;<: a be In The Citizen office lief.H-e 11 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M-c tn.
Word and the minimum charge for o>Iwrk in the morning *f the mumon Breakfast Vr1 ie -
the first li words is lie. vf yu01 clalio Hat U. S.
01.1 Club Sub 13 ye
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t-w Q 1t All ndvertixinir Is accel-ted under the following r''h.lill''n.: In : P.M.lS.q
:a ev..nl Ifrr"r in advertising transient or rontrart. Th. OUzen will he Ire Trip (sign up in advanced
.p ni! iM.- only for the firM insertion in claaalfied tds.rti.i.c. :o..l in : Information services f
i I Itisrlay tdterti'Iee for only ihe s tu&l amount of upace vccupid l,> the ,
part i.f the advertisement where the error occur city maps.
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telephones stamps, wrapping Mr|
I iI mailing packages railway express .
__ ( MALE AND FEMALE service, laundry pick-up.
Bungalow, small store building available to all defense forces
Man and wife to manage motel.t' and lime grove on four nice and their families. .
.r-;. I Must have t'Cpericnl'pply: lots, size 50' x 120' each in good. MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, ,

| _Steven lintel. junlO-tfl i section. This can be bought on. Executive Secre .
easy terms. Johnson & .John-! MISS HILDA CASTILLO/
: HELP WANTED-MALE f fi son. Phone 372. junl-tfj i Secretary.

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i ij Salesman Protected for: .scan ,
| terntory
HENRY FORD II (right) and Benson Ford stand by one of their White outside paint. $2.75 gallon. The effects of the Gulf S
new p st.war Fords during" a press preview Wednesday: in the I' man of to proven complete ability.line of In addition -) 9-inch electric fans 350. D
grand ballroom of the Waidorf-Astoria hotel in New York. The ing maintenance rTt build-j city & Co.. 846 Olivia corner. Mexico to the ice-free harbor!:ei
Packer. Call 1597. Murmansk. '
exhibit was opened to the public Thursday. On June 18 some feature such nationally known! junl-tf 1'

35.000 new Fords will be in showrooms of 6.500 dealers throughout and approved flooring products J s
500 sheets 8'i x 11, white news Modern
the country. Prices: of the new models are about 8.7 percent as Plastic Rock. Sylox. Quartex I druggists use a .cr dud .
print 25c. Artman Press
called manna, but it !
higher than last year. and Flo-Tile. Write United f1lot
Lab Inc.. Cleveland 12. Ohio I Building Phone 51. believed to be the same product .

for complete details. I may2915t'Wrapping ; as that mentioned in the Bibs\;,,
paper of various sizes. .MISCELLANEOUSWashers ;;T

FOR' RENT I; Artman Press Phone 51. .
i Jun3-7t. irons vacuums '-alld -
: jI ; fans repaired. O'BriaiJ, Ptoae1164M.
I i Stoic to let 35x60. At 213 Simonton t Pressing Club, good business ;j jun j
St. Call 11. Alt Phone }
c r man, ;; good location. Reason for sell- _
682. junl-Uj| ing. 809 Duval Street. : Warning; -11x14 special certiji-

: I jun9-Ctx !i; cate holders: please use these
Fully' .
Rocky Road Bar. monthly. I before their year's deadline,
equipped with liquor license. 3 lots. choice location All or sin- '| which is September. Evanj-

Apply 1005 Divioion. jun?-Gtxj]I glc. Write P.O. Box 530. } Pilkington Studio. .

I jun9-4tx ; junl-tucs-thu-6
Furnished two-bedroom MacAr-1 i
thui house. $100 per month.i j) Hoi ton alto saxophone. $&0.000|I WANTED TO BUY. \ '

...* 127-W. junl l-3tx with case. Apply 205 Virginia 1!
I'I'T I Street jun9-4tx i iI ;;; Wanted, Cut Hair-Will pay I to
j 5 dollars per ounl'('. dependijg-
r1: \o-bt.-drm furnished house.
1217 Petroma Street !I I Baby automobile table radio. on length. color and condUiori ..
junl2-2t I'|I both cheap. 906 Packer Street II III of hair. Send full length sam- .
t I|I junlO-3tx pie. Lock Box 105, Key West,

FOR RENT-ROOMS !jI i' Fla. junl89tz.I _:
i I' 51;: h.p. Evenrude motor. Apply
[I OVERSEAS HOTEL I II 60-1 Poinciana. junlO-3tx|I LOST ,;.
I 917 Fleming Street I j I I II
Weekly Rates I I 1947 Tra"elitA'hou."C' trailer dec-:! Lost-Parker "51" Fountain, ..

f ; $.",.(H) to $10.00 without Bath !:f trite refrigerator bottled cas.i : with name Joan inscribed. Ftncj .
i $12,00 to $15.00 with Bath !iI i i hot water good condition. Mas- I j (1' return Joan Lord. 1104 Hi-'

.. I junl-U j, tic Trailer Park. United St. ]I vision St Retci\e reward -
I! jun103tBlack
junl04txFor I ,
L. I Room private bath. with meals if '.I '

(.\1' as fir, pl.t.. 1 I prcferrrd. 209 Ann Street op-I I Sale Innersprina mattcess, wallet. with Sub BaM PCS. .
polite Police Station. used two weeks. Call GaG or!!! Name. Joseph Earl ChambKt.Jr. .
THIS IS THE SCENE at the Tennessee Republican convention j jun2-3tx 1317-W. junl l-3tx Please return to 112AirrStreet. ,.,
in Nashville a" moment after Tennessee's Republican 'congress- RcwarcL janU-2t
man. Hep. Daytcn Phillips and his rival. W. E. Miller weir prevented FOR RENT-TRAILERS 1 For sale at reasonable price. '47
from engaging in a fist fight. Fellow-Republicans hold 1 model Gush man Scooter. Many LANDSCAPING fI

them epart. Rep. Phillips is at extreme left. At right Jh shirt House trailer with sere:nro-in I "extras". Apply rear 809 Eaton i
sleeves is Miller. a candidate for Phillips seat in congress*'!They porch. Phone 1330. junll-2t Streets junl l-3tx}I I Wardlow Landscaping Cta.. 4lS3 0-
= Avenue E. 743-W. .
t Phone -
exchanged: angry! words but no blows.
_. STORAGE 16-qt. cast aluminum National !| junJ26tREFRIGERATION
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prraurc cxjoker and all s-TTeen- .
: Red Brick Co. Furniture cd-in baby bed..u-Pri.d for! .
To Weil \ Revives Storage I
Apply Army or commerciaL Phone :93. quick sale. 800 Caroline Strcrt.j r '
I junl-tf upstairs. junlO-3tx.i Holbrook refrigeration service,
ApplIcation... for marriage litcnscs German Hostels domestic and commercial.Pork
were tiled ;yesterday in the WANTEU TO RENT Ram '. Barker Todd. 13z": boats.I i guaranteed. Free estimat'!"silt
office of County Jude RaymondR. -I 22 h.p. racing outboard. I34-CJ overhauL Phone 724-W.
Lord by Charles, F McCaf HEIDELBERG .- (APGerman's > Naval officer desires two or thr-e Poinciana Pial'('. Cheap. ca.h.I jun3- t.x

frey 21. of the 1,;. S. Navy and famed youth hostels.. i bedroom house. Preferably un- junl2-llx
Alyce M. Coville. 21. ot Ravine abolished by the Na/i: are being I furnished. Telephone :90. Ext. FOR RENT-COTTAGES, ; '
Wisconsin and Sherwood A. I' Grocery and meat market, full
by revived under U. S. Army au3- 451. junl0-3tx t
Cruz, 21. of 310 Peacon lane and i equipped. Excellent hl im::,) Furnished cottage. hoot ngg.
Mayfield M. Knuwles. 17, ofI pices. Chains of hostels a oneday's j j FOR RENT-APARTMENTS good location. You can't bca Couple only no prts. Appljrear
Catholic lane.HACK hike apart were l0C j. this. Make me an offer and' 1012 Varela Street up-

--- throughout Germany the PI-e-I|i Furnished apartment, 3 rooms take it. Leaving city. 1101 SIm.ntun stairs. jun9-4tx

FROM MIAMI Hitler era. They were meeting and bath. Maid and janitor Street. Phone 1167. i

Mrs. Edith ilardm and dau liter ptarys for thf ;youth of Germany ycrvice. linens and utilities junI2-3tx j 3-ro<,m cottage. 2 blocks off Duval -
; I i St. Phone 222-M. 6An-
Miss Dorothy returned last and other crountries. The Nazis ]i furnished. Summer rates. Coral Collie pups. 4 weeks old. Makv, I gela Street. juo9-4tt
evening from Miami \\herc they aboli.-hcti them because the resulting ,I Hotel Apartments, oppositePost and females. 926 Eaton. '

have been the guests of Mrs exchanues of ideas and Office. jun2-20tx I II. jun2-2tx |i 3-n"m cottage with modern cos.venIencts. -
Harry B. Peacock for several experiences: v.as ,.,idered detrimental Erka
all utilities Apply 1215
days. to !'far:" ndUUlmntluluumnltilIllillttlf_ I. Efficiency apartments Gibson Seapower skiff. U-Driv-j,
tIn furnished. Adults only. Also jun2-2tz
---- "Em Garrison Bight. ,
the 1800V the king of the ; '':TUiili UUumilflt o I sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 I jun2-Itx'; -

Fiji IsJamls olieu-d him sovereign-1 Whin's double. Stutz Hotel, 410 Fleming FOR SALE-APARTMENTSj= ..

tv to the United States huh it i. Doing I Street. junl-tf I One a5f'n '1 refrigerator.'
fused it. at the Model R-600. 6-fo-rt. Prict. New De Luxe 3-Familr

-- -- -- -- Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. !, $175.00. 1003 Catherine Si. Furn. A Beauty. Beach Sectie ..
liE f1 ITS TIUI tbE.II:\ ARMED SERVICES Utilities furnished. 69.00', jinlZ-3tx 20% Return-Price. 523.250 :,
Y.M.C.A. monthly. Couple only. Apply r
Jackson Square. Whiteheadand 915 Windsor Lane. junI-tf FOR SALE-USED CARS !g I Four Apartments etleat I.- -
: come. Live here and lt otherthree i
Southard Streetsammnlnnlnnnnnuiaimm ,
Completely furnished new efficiency 1941 Buick. for-dor sedan newpaint. ;|, pay for your property. Nice
"nnminnnnannntnnlp apartment. Electric rc- location. $20,000 and worth tM "
radio heater. Privatelyow *
# Saturday I' friccration. Continuous hot nro. $&.70.00. Can be seen j!j I money.

8:00 P. M.-Movies. water. Phone 215.: junl-lf at Tony Auto Body Sh p. GOT '. 4 units. Modern. Income $%61'

10IS P.M -Juke Box Dancing on Greene Street. junS-fit per month-2 furn. S13S 2 u.tI .
the patio. j Furnished apartment with clectrw furn. S70.00. Price. Sl1-S0o.-sZ.. '.

Sunday refrigerator, hot water. 1939 Plymouth.; Excellent condi Spo Down.
9:45 A. M.-Java Club discussion -1 $45.00 month. Apply 909 Elialiclh tion. $650.00.: Apply 3-D Porter I
FUEl j. i)io>
Gioup. t Street. junll-tf Place. junIO-3tx I
A 11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH REALTORw.11
Parties."' I Furnished four-room apartmentfor PERSONAL I ;r1R ISEEBE
3:00 P M.Classical Hour selections I rent. Phone 390-J. ASSOCIATE

announced. I junll-2U Send $1. Receive C"pllar"nJ: ; Office 524 Southard St. Phone Iff -
9:00 P. Fellowship; Hour on and mystery; tune title freeR I.I-t .
1WILLIAM the Patio. Community Sing Two. thrcv and f< ur-room apart- Clarke. 204 Aaru.tcldlmn' j You Piopt-ity Now
ing. Beatrice Moreno at the' mc'n1-.. All conveniences. De- New Yoik 23. junl2 Itx F.i SjiK01 Mdn.igrmcnt

Piano. I sirable. Reasonable sunmerrates. I ____ __.: -- -- --- -

10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. I 1209 Virginia Street. -..JJ
<.; S. O. meeting 'Girls' Ser Apply Apt. Six. upstair*. or 1 mi
vice Organization), eviry 2nd t Phone 757-R. jun2-3uf I II

and 4th Monday. J i Key West Floor Covering Co.
Game Room: Chinese Checkers. Furnished studio apartment f..r I .0

chess, card. adult Ko All
pin -pun1-t. pool j pr-ts. convt-n-j .
writing desks, library current ; icnccs. Near I.carh.16.00 PT i 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1454lias t'

magazines various table games j I month Earle Johnson. 1214i I Ii 1j j Just llcen ..(/'/JOIN(erf

\\1' \\ .r' 1'1> .t..) etc.Showers tennis rackets, golf i Duval Street junl -1tx I Ii Exclusive Distributor in Key West \<

clubs. fishing lines cameras, : Three nom nicely furnished
RITCHIE (above of checking service film service apartment. Tile bath. S1C.OO for
Omaha chairman cf the Nebraska mailing and wrapping packages | per week. Utilities paid. Sleeps

state Democratic committee receiving messages, phone booths I four. 703 Emma Street. .\partI J i t
has announced with- stamps railway express service, rrwntD". Walter 'Becrn.-. 524.i| "Kentile" ASPHALT TILE ;
drawal of his support from available to SERVICE PERSON- [ Southard St.. Phone 166. II I II

President Truman for the Democratic I:I NEL. I I jun2-2t j jI j | Maker of the Fine.entled Colon, 1

Ritchie presidential is a member nomination.of Nebras- ; Gerald Lcsleigh Pinder-Program Davis- -Director. Di- I I Two-bedroom furnished apartj -J j fj I i Including White Blue & Iiviy .

; rector. "j mrnt or howsr. Year n and.1
ka's 12-mcmber delegation to Lillian Wwttt-r--Secretary. Get in touch with Jamtv MeI -I \
the Democratic. National Convention CALL US for FREE ESTI IATEIltt
Doreen Cruz Information 1 I j Clusky.: Strand Trx-attr. Phone It!

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:: Ownership of 91N) Simimloii-Management St. :: : Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :. 2.. If If la FK'Irifl i WE WE REPAIR SELL ITI ITT! :, ; POOR OLD CRAIG% tl

BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; : We Will Call For and Deliver. WHITE STARCLEANERS ,
Serving: . , SEE OURSHOWING Service Station( .
90 Year Experience in Electrical Work :
BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 : oiHOME ElectrIcal APplIances. ; IIU :
: J. H BRADY. Manager PHONE \
LUNCHEON.DINNER. 5 to, 11:30 8:30 to 2 ; ....................,............a.............. 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. ; Francis and Division Streets 1

.................................................. : ELECTRIC : 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tubes Baltcrim Aulo lea \
The Best of Steaks : 41 :. ; Dealer
Short Orders-Sandwiches \ SUNDRY STORE t : .....11.........1..1......................... ,, ; ......'Tour.....PURE.....OIL. and..GASOLINE....................a i
At All Hours r.....................' ......................,. Dry .leaning: ...................,1,1..........................

; TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS : :. "Your Patronage Invited :-.t ::: PRITCHARD I ::: :: RUSSELL'S : : 24-HOUR and Pressing SERVICE :. ; RADIATOR SERVICE :

Open Daily and Sunday Ice Cream : : : Free Pick !and \'f
Proprietary Medicinm FUNERAL
8 A.M. to Midnight ; I. : Delivery NOW AVAILABLE:
........................ Sick Itoom Supplies-School Supplies : : DRY GOODS : SUITS for MEN el,1 leaning: : eU"Hrilf" and 9 "'/,uMlfi: I. !
Toilet Preparation and Article : 1106 : j:
.................. ..............................: : HOME jj OLIVIA STREET and WOMEIVMailolfiMcasure I TONY'S AUTO AND ,1.
...................... PHONE 373 ( I S .;,
.. ...... BODY SHOP
.. ..
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"" .......................N.e Let Those Serve : : : : PHONE 282Electric ; 603. OS GREENE STREET

: GOMEZFURNITURE :. MUMFORD I \ and ROSS :: Who{ Serve Best ; J Specializing ., :..................... ...................//e.ee/...........e* I I i

,. 220 DUVAL STREET WE HAVE NEVER J inWomen's ......,............... ............................................
Exclusive Monroe BETRAYED A TRUST Z : : BEAUTY : ,
CO. County Distributors for :
720 DUVAL STREETJmrnilc Carrier I
Air-Conditioning 2 . LOPEZ I : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. ..
Furniture Ambulance Service J JTelephone Children'sApparel . .. : 4i) '' s
for Domestic
HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE and Commercial Ute : ,
: ; S33 --- PHONES IUD 548 I : Funeral Service : ;;. We Specialize In

Plastic Inlaid ..."..""."""................................. ; Never Sleeps : Established 188S : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing : .
Axminster BroadieltRADIOS Congoleum I ; ................................................... ......................1. ......................... Iholle 175 ALL TTPP.1 0. HItLF.'II.Cl1ana: i \
I : : ............................................ Licensed! FuneralDirectors i.....................PERMI\1T e.......1.Na'...ES..........t III: 4

I and ROTPO JUT : : and : ..................................... .....If.
AppliancesTerms : Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances :- ; : EutbalmcrsRanges ; STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK 2.t ;:

Washing Machines : 1 21-11 our Scientific Culture :
Arranged" for Immediate Delivery, LicensedPAINTING Beauty !!
: : : in All BranchesThoroughly
and SAT. HOME APPLIANCE : Ambulance ; Experienced ; I :

;..................?. 605 SIMONTON STKEET PHONE 11 : Contractor ', Service : Operators I : W
."...............e............................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : : Soft Water Uc d ExclaslTely ,.

k ...................... :................................................. : T.i.phon.9127, lIt Duval Street. Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 1 35 Night 696 : ; Phone 637 536 Fleming SL / :
t..: .. ...............*......1.......ee1.......... 1....................e w. .............. ........... ........i......."1i
......... .......... .... ............ .1
.. PRICE . Key West Garden Lawn e .e.1es e I .............................................:
TOURS : : Supply : When \flU Want FASTER, BETTER : .1................a... Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited ,
: . 914 FLEMING STREET : : : :
PHONE 1013
Passenger FLOOR SANDING ; j Key West Fla. . Frances B I on j
Full i ?k.uoJncr
i SRepresentatives E On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE .. Frances .,

p4 : fo* : : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line Guaranteed ark Modern Methods : j SOUVENIRS 1010 GRINNELL STREET

.: FLORIDA EAST ,: .: Courteous Sen-ice and Delivery .. J. DOUGLAS TREVOR : J CONCH SHELLS ... dK/ Oeanly Culture in all Treatment its Phases !2 :. \

COAST RAILWAY ...........................1..........1. ........... 1U29 Harris AM-IIUC Photic 137.MlA :: 5 All__Sis_ _? : : / Facials Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp Manicuring J t.:.

................................................. .:................................. ********.. For AppointmenIPhon.l391 *
How Located Mzt ; ................e...........................- : COCOANUTS : :.............................................
: Sale 2(1( % .. ....*........................
DR. COBO'S dwellings: Fire Insurance : Landscaping, Marl\ (and( Top Soil 1 SPONGES- .l\.ii.s.\ CASA C\YO AiT Jk
OFFICE nwrc a nti1 1 ; : : HUESO K gs:\ :
by INSURING withAtlantic :
/ bid g s. house* TOP SOIL. $6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK -
FLEMING STREET : : hold and per. '' : MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS Will Ship to Any Part : BEAUTY SALON (l&&Srt' .
; lieu el La Coach Hotel tonal effects. Mutual t Fire Insurance Co. Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : of U.s. or Canada Southernmost House in lASJL" f gWSlJ '
: e AU Policies Non-Au.subl. -.- 1400 Dual Street Telephone 1314 *:; P4l. .'.! .
' PRONE 124 : Save MercantileStock ISOon: ; 1mJ Jt1 10')1 Olivia St. : Marcy\ S. Palacio I I -Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting .. {
...................... /. L. Crusoe, d g t. Phone 674on : G Vf EJ 61H / J Personalized Permanents .Stylingv" t MCorectove e
PHONE 801 401 South Street :
................................................. ; ; Facials V I :
.................................e..........: : KEY WEST. FLORIDA : AExclusive but Not Expensive Vf' Aeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .
:. .eeeeeeet. ............. ...........................eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiRide .. .......................................... ....................... ...................................-.-.........
....... .. ....... ...
: e 1111 *******e x/eeeee
the Bus to the : : : 118 DUVAL STREET REAL ESTATE ural Hair Tinting St'
| .
S GOLF_ COURSE_ ; '- '<:- .- j; or Finest \
e 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniel. Prop. Phone 1013 Open Daily and Sunday, Sales I / $ in Permanent :
e 5 I'.M. A.M. z . I
Scooters to 1. Waves
Cushman Motor\ BERVING : Apprausalt',&t:

Sales and Sen ice Immediate Delivery : :: COMPLETE Dinners 'J" 2 Leases Beauty !
Also A La Carte and Sandwiches 1 Rentals 'l'i..h
; BICYCLE : ; : ., <"
REASONABLE I. 't.' "lo .." ,
Seats fcf* Rental Service ..........................PRICES 1........-....-....-.. 2 Management : Colony

1 TAKE BUS ; :, Parking Uutldy Flag ., .:...........................................: J r'I:: : : ; : : : ; :; 521 StreetNext Southard J

INSURANCE : sad Monroe County e, ; y ( .. to South2

to th. Windshields : :' j. OTTO : . s ernmost School Beauty 2
: KIRCIIHEINERI : : All Licensed:
LINKS G Footrests .
3 3astffi,K and ALL OTHER COMPLETE: COVERAGE: J JI : REALTOR : \ Beauticians

Have Fun! : Also DAYTON BICYCLES andSTEELCOTE : I Key West Insurance Co. I e SIS 411 Whitehead Fleming Street Street : : _ j Specializing Most Modern in : 1

; KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ,; e RUBBER ENA3IELee S : JIB SIMONTON STREET. PHONE un.. : Phones 124 and 73SReeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :. .,: : / Beauty Phase Culture of J ...

...... ....... ......,1.1.1.......1....eeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet. 1 Directly in Front of Postoffiee. ,, ..:
? 1..1..1 .........e..... ................... .. ... .. Telephone I 206 for Appointment :
r.....eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee e ** eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*....*........< ...............SE HABLA ESPANOL............. ...

....................... BICYCLES REPAIRED ......................: .............................................

24 HOURS SERVICE fOR*1 RENT* 1 BEAUTIFY I | INSURANCE : Good Work-Low PricesDaily :
-p. f4 : Experience! in Watchmak i
lag qualifies us to assure : Our Customers Must B. 2 Your Entire House with ; between 8:30 A.M. and 3:30..
/ you.accuracy d dependability , P.M. Appointments are accepted -5 .
;in repairs.Whether . Satisfied ( I j OFFICE S ; from public by Senior Students of v,1' ,! :
: it is the inex : ; 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 13SO : -
: pensive seven jewel or , STREET TheSouthernmost r 1c I ." .
1 the most costly: seventeen : : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE I or ASPHALT TILE j Opposite Bus Station : '

: jewcL infinite care is always .............. ............................. School
guaranteed. ...............1.............................' EXPERTLY INSTALLED ;
..: If your watch is not ; ; TELEPHONE: 1451 FOR ESTIMATE t PHONE RO. 1 of Beauty Culture
giving you complete: satisfaction DRUM BAR and
; : 523 Southard Street
why not bring : l
it in? Our charges are extremely PACKAGE DEPARTMENT :, Key: West : : -THEPorlcrAIIen_ There are a number available with over 800 houn.
reasonable. : ; ., : of state approved instruction who know the ,latest .
DAN VAROLLWATCH :1 I ; ; phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians.
-We Deliver i : under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of i
..: and JEWELRYREPAIRING Rest Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town ; lo.., beauty culture! do good work at very low prices.. Although 1 I
a ; U Company appointments are not required it is advisable. : s
/ d Packaged Goods 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.FLOHIT A : For Appointment .
Work Done On Premises
t ..: ...............................1...1......... ..................................' e 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PONE w7 :
515} Mciuiiij; !Street .............................................. 'eeeeeeeeese* :eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.iL .
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.- S anYon Co : FAN S $5'00 to S4900 / II;hy ;':,:. Mure II;lien:You: fun Uny ;*.:rand Icss : JOHN CURRYC.

: : : 1'ny As You 'If ear or Is,':
Food : S. ,
I CASH or TERMS Re9ular $12.95 Values $10.95 ,
Sure lo Get . ; 1\IENS I\NrI'S! Regular $10.35 Values $7.35 ,
..: S BJ6NAHE The l'alestRadio 1
,. . I.ulleti' SUITS 11,11.1'''-I'RI1.1': ,
I : : S
cuio5 ( RepairService, 1 L.uIi V DRESSES !Greatly'; I Kcduccll l ; Installations ", ..IIC_],,",, ..:
Just .irrircd-If'IIITL. DUKSSI.S
-: ; 'W h Covers Linens Curtains Plastic Table' Cloths ;
m South 'I".c.and Aprons Silverware Radios; Electric, Irons S : _
Th. Foundation of Today's : ; ; "Convenient Terms Arranged"HAMILTON 1'It1E: ESTIMATES ON REQUEST j;
: S : Call: He Satisfied 1

rARALDO Meal.Planning f' FHOKE' ,, :;, :I Hay. Al's Music\ Co. ,/ TELEPHONE MERCANTILE 1512 CO. ;, Phones l78a'llfl and 229-W: ] :.

RALPH . ; n. Latest 522 Southard Street '
K.y WttAfat r"- .I _:,_ IU HIT U ; ; 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 512 MARGARET:: STREET, : : j
RECORDS -" PHONE 1081 : .. . ..... _
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Bob's Drops 1 __ ;
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First Game Of Season J t !t. ,' ,'

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I LOSKS: CLOSE C\ME, .t 1 r--. 7I ; : '
I ; .. _, f ,1 s
T' o.i, TO AU,VMS HJT ::2 Games Sunday I };, .- fl ,

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FIT; ELKS WIN .\I.sol r Wickers Field ,:ij
At 1 .tI
f .

I Clowns In Boll .
In the opening game last. night) 1 -' ;. -, }
Uw Kobe lot to the Diary U>>'s.; .; i .
by n 4 tA 3 *!rnre It was; a hard ',' In the opening game: that i it l Ri : ; at'4y 5 .
k fought: game In the very fir;;< scheduled to start at 1.30 p. m. i tli '

I frame, the Dairy boys scored the Pirates will cross: bats with! i R R iMI S
their runs nn three hits a walk I tlat'
the Clowns The fans know how
and two errors. Maltfrat hit a
i I a double' ': these two clubs are evenl!; I

!In the fifth they scored what maU.
.n! t 1 proved to be the winning run ','the breaks will win. The lineup -
: when lliggirihoiham' tripled anll' i
will be somehtmg like this:
; t'I on a fielder'* choice he scored I. '
\ 1 The Spoil Shop buys scored: I PIRATES t > {
I tooe in the third when Albury : Domeneth. of; Baker If: J Al
I when the first Iiaseman .
If -- was safe
: '
bury, ss; Joe N2va'ro c A. Ace
dropped the ball veto 3b: J. Villareal, Ib: Arnold sati
N: On an overthrow to first he I ( Wlrenhot0 II .
2bV: Arango. rf t.1 p.; ti ,
.. -+''cnidIn the fifth Casado W".lS..''J. Navarro Torres, and Machii THIS REMARKABLE ACTION PICTURE was taken during a S
:' Lit by a pitched ball and scored in reserve rodeo at Point Reyes Calif. At the moment it appears a bull
.r when catcher threwvild tom ,
{ .. "ncl to catch him there CLOWNS i| M about to gore to death Lloyd Lippi. a contestant. But bull's Lippi

._ The I lust run came in the seventh i' Smith, 2b; L. Butler, ss: Thomas I escaped with bruises because his flying hat attracted about the Lippu 3
the bat ana forgot
The beast charged
with two outs. Villareal I attention.
I 3b: O Mclntosh c; I Richardson '
1-1 Roberts died loft and writer and photographer made the picture just
Waflrcd.: to d; Brown, Ib; Allen, rfRoberts : Hawk Hyde a
i Ingi.iltam dropped the ball :allowing -: )If; A. Dean: p.; > AleeButler as the bull' eyes caught sight os the ha>.

: Villartal! to score Gallagher Burgohy A : '.,
: Al ba't, WalUr Mira. Albury Mvlntosh, reserves. ..
1 4
:. and! Reheats: each hit one fur the i iI In the nightcap the Miami Ci INDIANS DOWN "YANKS,; i at ; :
Leers.l Iltgginboiham pounded ants the best colored learn in tin
:' IMII two for the winnt and InE.rhani. Miami area will tackle the Kea' A
I a.. MalRrat and l J. Lewis West Clowns;, tho best culorw I
: .<... .-ali. club in this area and "Spefdltall' '" ATHLETICS NIP BROWNS x
.i 7 In ,the' field the Ust were J: Thomas is slated to toe the mound
,, :. IeuiSin.K ,mil Till nl'r for
.- -. Adatns RoU.ris aryl Albury forlMlis.bjoit 1 I for the locals n.'truitn.1 l Uo",tult l .\l-. <.. f I ,
:, $ | Sh>ip. i I I :I I Ii
Stole: R. IL E.1 I' 'in \Mn-ricaii" le:i iiiIlrao Stand :-
: Adam 300 010 0--- 5 JJi4A City Recreation i iI i How They i'' -
001 010 14I T;, J r 1 I G.IIIIo:>; I If) *aJ ,
r Sue Ci iffc n and: Villareal: Rub.ea.and 1 i: ,

.. Walker 1 1'Tlu"rebw [ Program J Cardinal: I i Florida-International 1
I I I. American writer patriot
: twc: =base hit;e: Malgrat hit: Higginbotham: stolen bas;1, II'I tar %...erat.a frnttJ !,' Baseball League + printer, :.
W L. Pet
: ei Villareal 3. J. Lewis, sacrifice ; SOFTBALL: 1 J NEW YORK, June 12-Cleveland I'i 1 Club- "
of fait Havana( 12 23C4C 1
basesj I Indians show no sign
left on I
: hit: Ingraham: Park. Night
Barview ,, 39 24 .619 and
: Hob'* 8, Adams 5; struck out: by WEEK- i i eying in the American League I Tampa diplomat physicist. .
-. Griffen 3. bv Roberts 5: bases, on: To be"announcedJUNIOR I for last night they beat the New SU Petersburg 36 30 .545
: 33 33 .500
: l halls: off Roberts 1. off Griffen 5; York Yankees, 10-8. : Lakeland I 1
I The other American nigh : Miami Beach 32 33 .492
C earned runs: Adams 1. Bob'u 0 '
;I SOFTBALL i resulted as follows: Phil :: Miami 29 36:> .44IJWest i !
time of game: : 1.05; umpires: games > .
Park. Afternoonand Louis 5 Detroit 7. :: Palm Beach 28 36 .433
I Tynes and VillareaL Bayriew ,adelphf 6, St. : j !
: I Morning 1 Washington 6, Boston 12 and Fort Lauderdale 21 45 318 I

: I In the nightcap, the Elks started : Daily play. {Chicago 4. 1
i i in, i Island City Baseball League "
: out a little shaky but. caught i t The only nocturnal game : 1
themselves and won the game TENNIS the National League was between -"i: Club- W L. PcL 1 :

.: in one frame when they took advantage ,: Baynew Park. Afternoon. 1 Boston and St. Louis. \uti SubRon 4 - 2 0 1.000Atomic i I A MASTER\ in many fields, part, its proud heritage. From |
the Cardt .667 ti
..: of the wildness of Pitch- and Night the Braves defeating Bombers 2 1
walks and suds 73The .i Adams Dairy 1 2 .333 j 1
1 or Henson on two : Daily play. Franklin served his his small Philadelphia printing \
.., I three. hits and three wild pitches last place Chicago Cub : Ramblers - --- _-----0 2 .000 11I Benjamin ,
: "tin the game. The Flyers scored .j won a 3-to-l victory over the l
,i their walk two and runs a single in the by third De on Rose a.: BarrUir Park. Night'., New Brooklyn York Dodgers Giants yesterday.nipped Pitts;3-1.1' I I Major Baseball Leagues t.1 t.1I 1 early I apprenticeship a s a shop to the giant modern. .1

{.I .f.:1ldSS i n.d At Ox:'bat double Coussens.the by leaders Whitehurst Homer were De-and'I I FRIDAY 7:00 to 9-00: PAT. ![(Red burgh! AMERICAN downed 3-2, while the ,Phillies the LEAGUE Cincmnat 12-1. i I I Cleveland Club- AMERICAN- 29 W.13 L pet.I"1() i printer. At 16, : he became the plants of today, skilled craftsmen | I

I, S- HQ T with: one each and Henri- i I B4SEBALLMunicipal I" Philadelphia 2919 1 striven
i i" juez, Griffen( Perez, and Dion Stadium. AflernooB Night Game R II E.I New York 27 l' .587 : editor and publisher of his have continually %
24 25190
r !
a : no<; each for the Elks. In the field : SUNDAY I Washington I
2 ;. Solomon) Hennquez Griffen, E.,I' 1.30-Pirates vs. Clowns" Cleveland 10 15 <0 Detroit -- --- 2: 25 .479 I I and
; : Perez and Ingraham played well 3:30-Miami Giants vs Clowns;,.. New York .. . 811 : I Boston 22 25 .463 I own newspaper. for improvement ( perfection -
Army' Barracks. Afternoon I Lemon Chrislianson. Filkr SL Louis 18 27 .400 i iI
fur tbe and Horner
: winners I
..z Whilehurvt, were the best for the SUNDAY Embree Drews and Brjue Tipton Page: I Kascia and Ilea IIil-I I Chicago: _. 12 31 .279 1 To Franklin American publishing in the technical( ,, art of
losers.I 1:30-Adams Dairy vs, Ramb- II'r. ,
a: : One of the playS pulled by j lers. ra, Niarlios NATIONAL :) w

'.. z 1: rfioit Whitehurst fly to in center the fifth He was doubled on a i 3:30--Bombers vs. S bRon-4. t'I Night-Game I Boston Club- 2519 Vl. L P't...568St. ,i' ] and printing owe, in prinlin 3

1l driguez at the plate on a per- i stolen base DeRc: sacrifice RUE' Louis .. 25 21 .543 : 1
Philadelphia - 614 1 I _ 25 20 ..5)6'I ;) '
'ltX't-throw. i hits: Henson. Griffen; strucfc out:I New York -
; 5 1 1 i iI
: y Score: R. H E. bv Lewis 6, by Henson. roses: St. Louis I Pittsburgh 25 21 .5-131''
Elks 000 400 0-4 4 2Fivers on Mils: off Lewis'6_off Henson Mar<-hildon. Harris and Rosar;I II Philadelphia 25 2-1 a.
: 002 000 0-2 4 ;5) 3.I: double play: Wrutehurst>t tot I Zoldak Widmar, Drk.3e\\eid and! I II Brooklyn 21 24 .467
f ; Jue Lewis. and He nriquez: Hen- Deman. time of game: '1.15; umpires I Parl('('. I, Cincinnati 21 26 .1-17 1
Dcmante. : and Villareal I II 13 1: 30 .373
i run.oo : Tynes ; corer: Chicago .
I : Tvio-ha hits: Homer. Dion; Aguilar I Night Game Eol ;
_. R. II + + +
I Softball Leagues
t i - - ----- --- -- -- -- Detroit 7 12 I oj >> !! .

t I The 1943 eclipse" of the sun ended When Costa Rica declared: war Washington- _, _ 682 i Class "A"
the day before it began be- i an Japan in World War if. its I O\ermire, Benton Whit 1 Club- W. L. Pct J13ulis j 1
e. au.se"" it crossed the intcrnation- ,, army contained only about 520 Pierce, Houteman and Swift: Sport Shop 11 t .917
I al date line Idiers. : Masterson, Thompson, Cundani Vets of Foreign Wars G ;5 .545 f
.. and Evans. Adams Dairy 4 7 .364 1
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I : -_ "VNGEItOUS AND IMPROVIDENT' Night Game V. H.E'I I Subnon Club- Class "B" W.2 10 L. Pet..167 I',' '' For/ more t titan: t thirty t years THE AR1'. IAN PRESS has spared |

Boston \2 12 Elks Club _. 3 3 .727 I' '
Chicago <4 10 2 I Kant"'s Men's Shop 6 5 545 no effort to produce only the highest;; qua lily printing. Each
Kramer and Ttbbetb.: Papi'h!' Naval Hospital -I i .36-1 i iVX1 ,

Grove, Caldwell and Robinson .I Flyers 4 7 ..3641Swimmer job, large or small, .receives( ihe full benefit of long experience ?

I At One
: Night Game t in the trill e. \
R II. I I 1 1I

I' Boston 7 II E.I I LOS ANGELES Calif. AI-I'' a
St. Ixaiii 390 : though lit is only one-year-
I V .isellc. White and Masi; Bra i Dtnris MtShane. has already gone ,
fie. Wilks and Garagiola. Rice to wo.k. Starting summing at \
the age of five months and trained I
i R. II. E.i ii by a !swimming' coach al nine I *\

i Chicago 3 10 1 months Dennis: has appeared in I Iun Willi' THE ARTMAN PRESS 1 ) personal' and: business h
New York 160 :? movie, and is chfddul il I'll 1 l your your

t' Hamner and' St-ht-Wing. Han start wink on another soon I ,
{ llartun and Livingston. Although he cannot T:.ilk 'ht ,
ten S
I ran' swim across a 10-foot pool''! printing requirements will lie kindled: : ) EXPERTLY..SWIFTLY
R. II. E. and dive front a i i emulation. diem;!
IlAt1'.a t I Brooklyn 3 8 l'' I', $

; t Pittsburgh .. 291 . and ECONOMICALLY..
I Branca. Ramsdcll and Hotlges: '
Lomb and .'ltzgt"r k1. i
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.I Cincinnati Philadelphia 12 I 15 5 0 11 i CIGAR STORE i i :i

1 Wehmeier and Lamanno; Hem-
zlman Nahem. Strince\ I3e\-k-1 610 Du\al Street ;! I

I! nell U.and S. Democratic St>minic party rules 'I: COMPLETEBASEBALL i I i'I i h'I The A rt111an PressCITIZEN

J provide" twice as many delegates
to national conventions as do Repubbcao -

!I party rules SCORES

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SENATOR VANDENBERG. Republican of Michigan tells the AlBURY and SON *. POPULAR BRANDS of BUILDING PHONE 51
I Senate Appropriations Committee in Washington that the House Wa Specialize in AU PHONE 3
Kinds of Neon Signs and Cold
I I reduction in foreign aid fund is "dangerous and nnproTtdeat" 18-M Cigars
I and Lighting Stripping '
decision which "guts the enterprise.." Beside the chairman of \. (....erll.. VVIIfc A.y I I
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is Senator Albeo W. ICer "... e..e.re Soft Drinks :
1 : Baikly. D.mocrat of Kentucky. I SEC Iu. .a\E wO"F.r___ d


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CHtLbRcVbA4f I DANGLING WINDOW WASHER RESCUED Woman's girls will attend the camp at 1 I!rite G. A. Leader also reported
f / : ;; Baptist j: :Kendall Florida in June.Y. j two girls going to camp in June.

I' W. A. Counsellor Mrs. Edna The business meeting closed
., : Unit In MeetingThe Albury. reported that Miss with prayer by Mrs. Sands.
I If ; ;
BE OBSERVED I CJell" Rose Archer" and Miss Uancy .'
t : T FIRSTCONGREGAtldNAL ]Fairfield will go to Y. W. A. camp i Subscribe The Citizen.
.- program an d.business ..at Ridgecrest N f.. June 16. ', -- --
,. L" meeting of the Baptist Woman's Mrs. Francis Sands on, Intermed- I_ FIRSTPresbyterian- _ _
I Missionary Society was held on
. f CH. Monday afternoon in the church. I IPrt'S. Church

f Mrs. D. B. Sharp presid -POINCIANA- ,
: While and Washington Streets

i. Will Be Held At i ing.The program opened with the COMMUNITY Rev Melrose S. Avery. Pastor
Tomorrow *
i : 9:45 A. M.\ In Sunday! hymn 'Jesus Shall Reign". i if 1 Men's Bible-Class. 10:00 XM.
Mrs. Sharp gave the devotional -

'. School Of Church; The Rev. Mr. Ray 4 4S .then:from presented Scripture the Mat.program.11 and I CHURCHDUCK Ladies' Bible-Class. 10:00 A-M.

; : 1-ThoseLaking; part in the program I Ii AVE. and 15TH ST. I 11 :un) A.M., '

: To Preach First Sermon frere itrs. Raymopd? Johnson. I I It ((Community Hall) Church Ser\ire i iI

i Mrs. Geneva SrrJtfi, Mrs. Henry Chaplain Carleton FrencS
Jcnks and Miss Holly Johnson. Sunday SchooL: 9:45 A.M. I
e .. 4 1 j Will Give Installation
:. CHAPLAIN: TRAVIS WILL 'PREACH: AND SHOW GOSPEL. PICTURES The business meeting fOUow<<. { CI'-ies for All Ages I Services for lb.

t mini NIGhTS FOR 'I I CqoQm. missions ch< .'m4AJ1 Mrs. | :\l4iflhiiIg; W ....liii.| I S 1 Deacons anJElders
; AT INHNCIANA COMMUNITY CHURCH: : ; OTHER NEWS Lois Eden reported the board I 11 I :(M O) o'clock: ;

T AND NOTES OI' PROTESTANT" CHURCHES: IN KEY: WEST<: GIVEN<: 'FOR I '5'. ,.S ' pony May with at Naval the Young Hospital Woman's held in j Speaker ELIJAH SAnDS I; -

7:3:m() l'.M.CHAPLAIN 1. I ;::JU() P.M.,
PUBLICS! Auxiliary assisting.
A program was> presented 1 in'j Youth Fellowship
the ward. Miss Aileen Spear I.I show Gospel Pictures Leaden Doreen ClawsoR
Children's sang
*: tional Church. Day will *be observed tomorrow. by the Church School of the First Conqreqar -several) elections accompanied Ion j and Bring A Gospel I
*' beginning at 9:45 a.m. The program will U found elsewhere in this story of 1 I the piano by Miss Lorraine j Message Visitors. Tourists and Friend'
t- the
'f churches of Key West. Nottage. t THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME: Are Invited to Worship

The Rev. GRay< the new P010' of the *>"* Bapb Church. will preach his first ser- ,AP WarphoI'' 'iS These were several games and }I

mon at 10:50: a.m. tomorrow. IlLS subject will b., "A Christ-Centered Church." At the evening (S CITY FIREMAN DRAG a dangling window washer John Munoz. refreshments were served of .

.;. ..- worship at 8 o'clock the Rev. Mr.Ray will pz.ach on. "A Soul-Winning Church." to safety,after he slipped and hung on to one end of his safety home made cookies, candy and : COME WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US :
. At the 7:30 p.m. services 'tomorrow! iA the Poind belt punch to the patients. .
; ana Community Church. Chaplain Paul while scrubbing windows in Chicago. The near tragedy
i W. Travis of Naval Hospital will. talk ouTh.Mt. Horrible Sia in Key: West." and will show occurred on the sixth floor of the Socony-Vacuum building at The Missions project for Juneis

gospel pictures. ;j., _' ' v.. 59 East Van to assist the Baptist Good Will
'" : Buren street in the Loop district. I i
t Also on Monday. Tuesday and Wededcy..iiings at,' Mission with their --oation Bible FLEMING mm METHODIST CHURCH :
- - --- School.
7:20 o'clock. eeive Bibles : Godfrey
Chaplain Travis will show other pictures and will <; are Thompson
Junior Girls' I loader i -
,talk on other subjects. On Tuesday, he. will.hav gifts for cou: ", Paul DiNegro Sybil Key. I SUNDAY; SCHOOL(: ) I LESSON I ()IF 'I'IIE'EEK Mrs. Geneva Smith reported ten j i ii I : Corner Fleming and William St. :

. pies who have been .married ,the 'longest 'those most recently':'Brenda Gates, Gloria Boza Paula -- I II II,I. REV. J. B. REID. Pastor

4 married: : ,couples with the most children-' a'Wtty) ) gift for Warren", and Leadorne Wliite- The of Usefulness I .:
t Challenge 1: Church School 9:43 AJifT :
the' youngest grandmother present theservces.! (. 'head. ; i Ittv West' 11 .
". -The Rev. A. D. O'Briant. pastor oi. the iPbmcianq Baptist f j.' Following children promoted I : CLASSES FOR ALL AGES :
f.; Church.will speak tomorrow at 11 am. on. "J:>eter' 'a"Blunder I from By ROY L. SMITH J i : Merrill Fellon Genei.il Superintendent

:'; ; Lesson to Our lves." Then at the evening services at $30"P primary department ton ju-: Ii Nothing in human experience so demoralizing to feelone's Church oi Christ I:i 1 : Morning\ Worship 10:50 A.M. :
as i
>) ._,_'.._...1._...._...'-.. ,L1V,._ .Will...n _IZUCU____Lj __ - - - (t iQt; department! : Edward Doza. self
"Who Went WI"I' | Alvin Smith, Jr., Truman Dongo, becoming useless; nothing on the other hand. is more I'I'SIIIHlal : Youth Fellowship. 6:30: P.M. ,
About '
. Doing and Von Phister Streets
ennobling than to eel one's self useful. Ashby:
Black well. .. tpavld Challis.. Jack Harris S : Song Service. 7:10: PJvL :
Good. I There is in the Old Testament of woman'I Srhuol 1 1O(I A.M. II
Solo. 4 a story a young I
The R<-v. J. B. Held, pastor of'the' Trump ; -r-. .JackneyDrudfee. Lance Lowe Barbara Rami- : Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. :
' '' I j whose life was redeemed by becoming useful to her people in Worship I II 1 .\.". ,
: Fleming Street Methodist Giving" KehneUt- '.Rubertson.? i lea Nolan Drudge Donna Stew- t the hour.of a great emergency_ and in celebration of her cour- Sermon . . 7 15 (P.M. I .
: : .
_., Church having l been returned toj art Orletta Stirrup. I : We Will Join the Old Stone Church Monday
and heroism the
Jews cele-J r
;; the church for :another year will j" Sharing- Guinette Following promoted from junior age Wed., Bible Study 7:45 P. M. I I: In A Two-Week Vacation Bible School ;
A Boy Can Do This.4lcnNonlgr brate one of their most impressive '
r- '\0 fill the pulpit at both morning'and . t uVpt. to intermediate iU-pt.I : t look forward to not another day I

it evening services tomorrow If l.J Were'A t Rose. -,.-HHen CouiseWhltehead. ) Sidney .Arma:>. Fietl Curry feasts The Story to this of day.Esther '; of freedom as long as they lived.In !. j 1EVERYBODYWELCOMEPoinciana 1I 1-................................................
J At the morning services the Sac-. j Johnny Lamberson. Myrna Lee :
t r&ment: of the LordV Supper will! I Curry Belt Key, Patsy Pate, Jo I The story was written: at a til1'f;! in; effort to find something foi. I .
Selection by junior choir accompanied them to do he issued ord ',s that The FIRST METHODIST CHURCH :
.:. : 'be administered. His sermon'- i I Ann Mullins, Shirley Walterson.Barbara I when the Jews were suffering one
Miss' Betty Brady. should carload of ,
by they
f subject; in the evening will bvjThe Walterson.; of the most tragic persecutions- carry a -
: BaptistChurch
Surprise Leadorne. White- Stone from one corner of the pi is- I Kaloii: anil Simoiilon SIn-f" : ,
: Church With A Mind Tw- head. .. .!J Other Church News that harried people has ever !
i on yard to another. When all tinstone
Work. | at The Old Stone known. Nowheie on the horizon : G. LEON WELLS. Pastor t-
Sunday :
If You Please-Faye Guinette.'I I had been moved he orilrmlit ,
; Fleming Street Church will} With Hearts-of. : I.n\'f'-Paul Di-1' Church, the pastor llev. G. LeonI was there any ray of hope: nowhere carried back. When they won- I : _

).. join with the OKI Stone Church Ne&ro.{ I I! Wells;, will preach: at 10:50: a. m., in the heart of any manof -, finally ordered to move 'it hv 17th and Eagle '
in two-week Union 'on authoi ity trace of Pastor's Phone 1164.M Sunday Services
4 Monday a ; When Jttus: Found Me-Betty "For Christ and His Church" any mercy. third time they mutinied. "Give
Vacation Bible i Sthtl.k 'j Key. I and at 8 p. m.. ()f1No Other A crafty courtier of lh:. king us something to do that i is worth A. D. O'BRIANT. Pastor
During the absence of the Rev. Piano and' Violin' duet-Billy Name". I had managed to ingratiate himself doing." their leader demanded. : 9:45: A.M.. SUNDAY SCHOOL :

i. Melrose S. Avery, pastor of the Roberts and Capt.Will Roberts. | The Fleming Street Methodist into the loyal household. Then, "We may be lifers, but we are Sunday SchooL: 9:45 XM. : 10:;>0 A.M. Homing; Worship :

T First Presbyterian Church, n-1 A IJtle Boy's Trouble: Alvin I Church %v ill unite with the Old infuriated by the mdepvndence'of still men. If we are to work it Worship 11:00 : "For Christ and His Church" Will Be the Subject :
p.. other speaker. to be announced: Smith. Stone Church in conducting a Jew who aefUsed to pay him
must be at some useful task.
will the pulpit at the HT 'I obeisance "contrived to have Subject: : of the Pastor's Sermon :
occupy ) A good morning Clyde I Stick{ Vacation Bible School, at tne
a. m. services. At the 7:30: p. rn.-= ney. .. ,{Old Stone Church from Mondfy the king pass an edict,:thi'h' It is the glory of good religion: "PETER'S BLUNDER- : 7:00 PM.. Meeting of Methodist Youth Fellowship :

1 services the Youth Fellowship]] A Polite Hint- oan Knowlrs. through Friday. Mrs. J. S. Dafli--' woul i h>ive liquidated all the that it has the power of inspiringmen LESSON TO OURSELVES": 8:00( 1 It..M. :
to work with s sense of high ,, LseiaingoriIlIp
under the direction of Ralph. Offt'rtory-rcan and piano els is the director.Communion.. Jews of the!:m ire. : 6:30 P.M., Training Union C
1y' j them. Lea'IY :;, Th Pastor Will Preach On the Subject. "No Other N_." :
destiny within } :
..fi Page will be inoharje._ duet by Miss Betty.. Bj>dy and:. wMl b administered .lt was at that.moment that Esi Evening Worship 7:30
I ? man through a profound! orcrettivi' S -
)( '"Gdd ttiJ:.Pesrver" 61 Man'* Mrs.'John'Airher. at the iO:50: a. m. st'ti flier. i Jewish guT who had sL'on'the pass -
wHl be the subject that will be Birds Know -Daffny.Warren. king's favor, faced her religious expei'ienci.and Subject-
The : oppor-
1"\\ Vices at Ley Memorial Methodist INVITATION TO SERVICEMEN-
I he immediately: begins to f'el that "Who Went About Doing Good" :
discussed at the Sunday morning . tunity. In her hand hung the
Christian Science 1 Day-,i.,|Church tomorrowthe; Rev. Robert he ha.i beeom a man 'alX'rle! of I ..................................................
services by The First 'ChjldrenV. I W. Weaver, pastor announc- useful service to the \\orl,'. H-1 Public Cordially Invited -- --- --_.
Society: There will also be a. Brenda Gates. today. The minister will also The Sunday School Lesson .
meeting V> Wednesday at & p. m." This is Children's& '!a--.JuPy: ,1 a sermon At the 7:30 PL for,June 13: > "Esther'* Zeal begins to feel necessary. j.
'. The Rev. John M. Peytonpas- Knowles, : services Rev. Mo;'. Weaver will For Her People." read Esther. | This is the Test The First Baptist Church
tor of First Congregational Vocal soloWe'jei Little But'' speak on "Absalom, My Son." Any religion which fail! to i| I
Church will deliver a sermon:', We CountT-Wayne: Lu Archer. ''i -- destiny of the :race. If she could make a man feel necessary which I; First Congregational Church Corner BAHAMA
entitled. 'The Meridian" thel Roses From Ills Garden-Gorisna' ,; dissuade the king from his ruthlessness fails to implant within him a' John M. Peylon. Pastor Street
4. II a. m. services while at :3O' Hilton. Ruth Ro&e. Albury. COLORED CHURCH hti people ini ht get another t' sense of high respect is poor rt'0 0 517-527 WILLIAM STREET. I <;. :M. KA\ 'Ia<.lor
p jn. he',will speak on, 'Worship1 and Barbara Dickens: : I Services will begin at 7 a. m. chance life.: If 5he were ligion. The idle queen suxittt-nly I Between Southard & Fleming
end Confidence." \ It Must Be' 'God -;,"JiU Berg-, tomorrow in the Trinity Presbyterian unsuccessful her own liL* would found life taking on new dimensions -,
:'Divine services will be held tomorrow -- strom. .* '" ; Church, the Rev. Sigis.- pay the font, and her people as soon as she conceived or f :: Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. I' SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: A.M. '.
at 730: p. m. in the Grace Keep Smiling Floyd Hilton. 1 mund A. Laing minister' announced would perkh. i herself as being useful. No pi-i Classes for All I II. E. Day, Supt

I Lutheran Church, with the Rev.;} Primary Departments Song- t today. The change in the The Book of Esther son ever committed suicide along -> John V. Archer SupL I
prt'aching'1I I time from 11 a. m. to 7 a. m.. will 10SO: A.M. Moriiin or..llip
All children taking part. himself
F, II. Zucker, pastor. It was in the midst of the crisis as he felt necessaryto 11:00 A.M. .
I the sermon. ..j.1'v A Farewell Message-. -:Truman continue through the month of that the noble Jew. her uncl?. :: something or to someone.There MORNING() (: WnUSIIII- Subject: "A CHRIST CENTERED CHURCH"
.There' will be worship at II j Dongo. September.'The challenged her with her oppur-! are altogether too many j :Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKWF. 10:50'n 11:3
's.'m. and a sermon at 7:45 p. m. Presentation of Bibles. Generosity of Christ" will tunity. his words having become underdogs in this world-people Sermon: The Meridian"
I In the Key West: Church of j Closing hymnl II be the sermon-subject of the iiiimoital: "Who knoweth but have lost confidence in their ability i 6:00: PM.. Chnxtian Endeavor BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 7:00 P.M.

Churst. I Mirpah ben d.i lign. Rev. Laing .tomorrow at 7 a. m., that thou art come to the kin dom to count. 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director
The Rev. A. D. O'Briant. pastor -; T_ Reci. BifeUi while at 7:30 p. m.. he will speak for such a time as this?" ( -..>vriKlit; u... Iy th...Inlernntimal |! EVENING: WORSHIP) $

of Poinciana Baptist Those children who will re- en "Strangers and_ Pilgrims". The Book of Estner is one of i linn nn.nm-it l..":alf *f f CC l1isi l testanl' ".dn.o-.!-. : Sermon: "Worship and S UUU1.. . . . .Eu..im: \Vor>lip!
will speak at the Churt'h"-I .-- -- -- the strangest in all the Old Tes-! '"iMiininatH..> I Confidence" I Subject: "A SOUL-WINNING CHURCH" .
Christ Rally at 7:30: p. The of God i
lament. name appears
night: in the First Methodist-,. Father Beaver J 1 Mary And Martha\ nowhere in it: the spirit of American consumers; mcix-ascd .' Wed- 7:30 p.m.. Prayer-Praise
; j for '> u\| and
Church. There will be a piano- bitter runs throughout their txpenclituie.- < Fri. 7:30. Young People's Night
accordion solo by Aluania Singleton I revenge services tmm $66 billion in 1940! Wednesday 7:30 P.M.. Prayer and Praise ServiceFriday.

and a vocal solo by Johnny -. To Be Ordained Circle Of Woman'sSociety every really page admirable: there character is scarcely: in one the :j jcast. |to $10.3: billion m 1945.; I, -- - - -- 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice:

attraCtions .
Reid. Other special .I{ hate murder. !
will be Marilyn Bennelll j June 14 I In Session sex-appeal": itltol net?.
and Lorraine Nottage. j jSunday || Monday; i, revenge Kxl-k-tting these anthe Christian Science LEY MEMORIAL i guiiumuiniMiiiimuumumnuMiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiHiHHHmHHtiiiiiiiii; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimimnianiiuniiiimiiig
School Program
... The following program will belrendeied I I I With 38 classmates, the Rev.I I The Mary and Martha Circleof dreadful themes and drama.the motives* for ihr Methodist ChurchCor. :i + POINCIANACOMMUNITY + I
of Christian Society
the First Congrega- Woman's Society
at Joseph Francis Beaver, S. J.. son i But the Book is Life
tional Church Sunday at 9:45: j Service of Fleming Street Division and Georgia Sts. I II 1 1l
Clara Beaver 6760 Belk-i In respect however
a. m. in observation. of Children's I j of Mrs. Methodist: Church met Friday one of Key West
I id. The Church With A Welcome
. | enton street, Sih' TtOn. Cincinnati. -I at the home of Mrs. book runs true to lift- on one 327 ELIZABETH STREET '
Day I evening
k-vels. The alltlfulqUt'l'n ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor l II;
oi West, in Poinciana. its higher COMMUNITY HALL |
,., Prelude.: Ohio. formerly Key jph I )hs Dempsey life of |
1from inanity
1I'mn-entire congregation. I i and the late J.: F. Beaver, Sr., I I i A devotional: program under is S a Sunday School. 9:30 A.M.
Prayer-Rev. Peyton. the the leadership: of Mrs. Jack W"et'hwas by suddenly discovering: < he : 9:45 A.M. Sunday School I 11! Duck Ave. at 15th St Ii
ordained priesthoodJune
will be to Sunday Morning Services
i be useful.
Welcome-David Challis. I rendered. After a business can : Classes for All Aaes
14 by Archbishop Joseph In all the experience "f men At 11 o'Clock Miss Miriam .Supt.
COIN Morning Johnnie session social hour followed.: ( Carey
.. Thompson.A E.: Ritter of St. Louts, at St.Mary's Refreshments were served by nothing instinct is to more achieve moving and than nothing the i: SubjectGOD << 10:50() () A.M. Sermon i; 1 PICTURES AND.1:
Children's Day visitQr-1 Kansas. the h01>tess. Holy Communion '
Brenda Stickney. :I Father Beaver, who was born Present;; were Mrs. Bess Deland. gives greater !satisfaction than to MAN"Wednesday ,. 5,5 I' m. in,,',,,i..,i.S. ;.n,1 ,."n. : .
]little star- Mrs. Charlotte Woods, Mrs. Maggie feel that one is doing a neecssaivpuce ii LPREACHING Js
I wish I were a ( ".i VI \ K | I
here and attended St. Joseph'sschool
Jack I Weech. Mrs. Ruth KnO\\les. of wotk for the world. Evenings |
I Harr :
Vocal solo! ] Grow As The joined the Society of Miss May S-nds.: Mrs. Vendatine Even the doomed feel itThe i Meetings at 8 o'Clock .::IU) I'."., Srrmon .. -
I in 1935 at I den "f 1 cat puson found ri i it Reading Room in Church Subject: "Absalom. My Son"U ; Scrnitm Titties: -g
'""" Roses Grow" by Gilbert Gates. Jesuit (Jesuit Fathers) Russell and :Mrrs. Ph)hs Demp- W.l1 J & j jj
Children's day-Leo Curry. I I Grand Coteau Louisiana after sey.i j considenbli- company "i "lift', Edifice will be open Tuesdayand "i. n., Mi-l: t !I' ,"r ,i | SUNDAY. JUNE 13-"The Most Horrible Sin In Key West.- |

The Great Crt'ator-Joy'e Rob- finishing Spring Hill High i I I un hk. hi.ndt'-iia-n who ruiiUl i! Friday from 6 to 8 P.M. .\ .. , '" ,. :JH What..III' ..m-c "..st h.. it.ui-i' II \''." ci,uM remove oftljf it
) erts. school near Mobile. Alabama. At i I In Costa Hica, voting ID elec- I -- I one -in I <.u ;l 1.< *... l"l. wh.t, "..."U:| 'it IKHere's! the ;H
A little Girl's l\tf'SS6lgt'-MII-i Grand Coteau he spent four j.tions is compulsory for all men --- :;in answer!' =

died Hart.Cliikklirn's. :I years in spiritual formation and I under 70 )cars. old. Trinity Presbyterian dumb I gJlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII\IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIUIIIIIIIIIII\ ; !: lUUllllllllllrUIIIIIIII I I'i i| MONDAY. JUNE H-Spiritism: "Can the Living CommunL | ..

Day PI'a'f'rs-.JulW I III classical studies before going to I two members of the MI&MWUII 717 Simonton Street (Colored) I :: p caie With the Dead?" Yhi.s .M-I 1 \ i(... nut reoMiimcndcd: for = '

and A Joan Thoughtful Albury.GreetingCallserine I i took Spring a threeear Hill College course where in phil he r Province ot the Socit-ty of Jtsus Sigismund A. Laing. Minister 'i! Youth for Christ Rally i H TUESDAY.weak t lieu; .ts. '. =

I His course of training as a Jesuit '7:00 o'Clock I JUNE IS-The Secret of Married Happiness. I
Snodgrass. : osophy. will ttrminateafttr two hil' Director PARKER MAHAN. U.s.N ! Gifts will lie given \t, cuupk moll rni i longest, to couple
Pi-no t'lrdion-J.1Y Stickney. After receiving his A. B. in Inrning'ur
A Happy Thought Carol lIar- 1941, he taught st Jesuit Huh ) more years of study. :---........ "I. . ! TONIGHT.): ; .:.IU o'CLOCK: AT |'I nKist recently toss I Idl. ruupi with most children present g
"The Generosity, of Jesus" = and a "lovely I Kilt fur the 'youngest grandmother frest-rU. =

t ris.The Message of Jesus-AndredRol i 1 1f School. and New was Orleans moderator frtnxi of 19&1943. the!- r ; s..da,-.lh., Wrrlt.jt SrlMMtl ... .::1.11'.*... "I''..'"1.I .. I 18 I-IFIRST METHODIST CHURCH 1:'',I WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16-"Precious Promises of Jesus." f ti

f "erU. band. Daring the year 19434.I if f Grace Lutheran I 7:30 o'ClockEt'tlin RI<.'= A pri7 f." thiS. l-.nRi.-t li.t, -tl t Pruniises \J JKriiion 'IJ.\ ." =s ..
A Prayer-Sybil I Key. I he tuided it Fdrdhftm University. : Worship : __

,, Thompson.A Bunch of ROSPS-Godfrey New degree York.in obtaining biology. .a Fattier mas S Church :! "Strangers" .."and" ,Pilgrims". i I! Speaker: REV.: A. D.. O'BRIANT JSPECIU. J = S"- l IJ\ (:iliaplahi; l'iul \\'. l'rai ut _. I IAU

Jesus and the Children-Donna Itfor's: vpr then taught at Jesuit 1215! PETRONIA STREET .T.... m.r.i.s v>or mill brxin p I : : 'Il' It.I : I 1 Sermons Proceeded: by Showing ot Beautiful Screea-Sixe: =
i I I .t S.Mi ."f l rk. 1hl. rkmmm.r will i== =
school in Dallas for
: Stewart. one ,. .. . H Pictures: of Italy and Greece H
.i. IkroHBb Ihr Mnnlh .I
1 Vocal :oh--.Jo Anne Mullins\ year. I ",m<-B>br.. <>. ....... fln>t %..*.) I] I PIANO-ACCORDION SOLO Aluania Singleton |
entitled ""Welcome Bright Summer For the past three years be Divine i ..r.... ,5i. *rri... .... I matmtmmrrtrr I VOCAL SOLO Johnny Reid 1II

**. has been engaged in theological l. Services !.-S......r. _"Iii_fcr_ brM ml ihal I I OTHER SPECIALS I i 7:30:: 1 P.'I 1. '%vr' ; CtI..uumity 7:30: P.iI%I.' i _
June Betty Ann S..lo1l1lOl1.l studies at St. Mary's College. St.Mary's. I =
..,. . Organ. Marilyn Bennett Piano. Lorraine i = ;-i at IMII-K) \\rniir
Carrul 7:30P.M.ZUCKERPaor \: .I. ; I'1. \1"" " r E NottageCOMI =
Take Joy With You Kansas. In his ordination : II I
Key. ,I lass are also nine. .th r southerners I T'1 '.r..r-.n ,.
Little Children-Joyce lIf'n<,;on. four Canadians, two G 'rmfins 1 F. II. I f., ,.i.\ .i ; ,". I'I 'U. II. I is. i", .., ; : ...: . tIRING: A FKIKM == EVERYBODY WELCOME: it55iasiiiiiiiiiiihisiiisiiiiis.iiiiiiltiiaiisiiiasiliiiitit
t I 14 ; 45i ti;&.> " '- 'V.so'& .
.Loving and .Serving-Johnnie one iiexkan! md.t..eniy- I : ::aUIllIllIlIIlIllIfitUIlIfIUIiItIIIIIIIIIII1itIfIIIIIIIIIII! ftItIlItllIl'UUllllitfttlUlltllllllllltltllllttlltfttllttl t/llltttftllluE/ iiamiimiuimiiteimuiitgwiw$" 'tltdIIII MIlWItiio..


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Miss Dolores Ann Lewis t.t,(:('rlificIt'sI ; 1 I r 5'f1Li.: (;UU\\ll\f; i ii ARONOVITZ) 'APPEIROUTH'S'The '

Ii 'I C.iren; For First i I I Store Of Fashion'
IFVr/.s/ (;"ry Wiiignul, "', I IM I

Aid I ny; ARC; : Many
ML>S. Dolores Ann Lewis."t 0 'I
f daughter of Mr. and Mn II A. : I t =O Other Fine Cool Wear for Summer
.iitem) osr\: \ IIC1t { : Dainrll Carey, chairman of CI I ,
l.cwb of Key West. and Gary I safctservices for the Key ".estChaptc.r I Cool. I I IJ.
Win.ard Rister, son of Mr. and ,
of the American Red I-
South Mrs!, J.Carolina B. Ulster were of Newberry.married I t t Cross. announced today that the I: I Dresses .

Tuesday night in the tin Mcth following Navy Wives have suecesbfijlly I II -2 in I
I odist hurch The Rev. G Leon ) completed the sUrndard. H
Wells performed the double ring first aid course and 'havc/-t>ecn < I All i iI 1

"awarded their certificates by the I
The church was decorated with American Red CrosKj'Tjw;;: 1 I I Sizeslltclll I E2iJV
Hijht, AtJ !'
three large baskets of white Vera Woods Jeanne ; -
)1 ( IVhl. Rnsc,... .-' eado\\'s. Iona j .li lire| .
Easter lilies and pink gladiolasand || :
Aikefv )loop Cherwa. Dolores! I ij ,, if
two of candle sticks J
sprays i lldlf Si7.'"-* for
I June Travis: Gloria Joyce Hill, I I
Mr. Lewis :gave her in mare = '
II act; She was gowned in white and Mrs Eileen Couchlm. director f'Y llio I.;irjir or i iI .. <

NCCS .- Short
permanent finished organdy J I llgurr; I .
Mrs. Helen McNeil chapter executive 4
+' fashioned off the shoulder] with I /54 i 4 .:
i a gathered neckline and a full .secretary.- was the instruct J I I stA. Our DPESSDEPARTMENT i 4.

rktrt A coronet of seeded beads or a r ; I .
and seeded; pearls which stood -- s- ri i & l, Now Complete I II

n upward. secured her finder tip I :;; for a Selection of j
vCiL The bride white finger ii
f tip gloves. She wore also wore a The Weather i i I r (.11,./ i ,.

gold cross and chain which was a t i : t .< si'MMmCOOL: t i :
i- > +
gift of the groom.:; She carried a OUTCAST c t I i r s IIESSISr { i : I
white Bible] with stephanotIs
r' Ktv West and Vicinity: Pdrtlydourly I i '
; sprays: tied with tiny white satin + .
e ribbon i bows. with widely scattered .. 3
thundershowers toUaj tonight :
Roberts I '
f Miss Clcora Fay was
and Sunday. Not much change .
: maid of honor and MISS Sarah I I1' temperature. Gentle to moderate I "u.I : '
Bertha Lowe was bridesmaid .
i Miss Roberts wore a blue taffeta variable winds mostly easterly .r. I 1 I II L '

I dress: vjith a sweetheart neckline to southerly - -" I \\'t CASUAL I II

and blue full length tip gloves' \I 'taro") Florida: Partly cloudy today 1\1' "" "''' I I II
t. and rhinestones as accessories. "I tonight and Sunday Few local 'jSIX.YEAR.OLD I : '
SENORA JOSE FIGUERES. thundershowers occurring: mostly! JO McCON I II
Blue and white carnations with -
: I
i blue and white streamers of satin I pretty wife of the chief of Costa ;I in afternoons and evc-ningot.: Little NELL has a head of hair that |I I 1L1. :I I.. I JANTZEN SUITS

: nbbioris formed her nose-gay Rica's revolutionary junta, arc I change in temperature.East sets something of a record in j I I I

I. bouquet A headpiece of blue II j rives in New Orleans on a visit Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Her tress j i I II !

; fashioned a tiny hat with orange J At the moment she's concernedwith ) through; the Florida | es measure 37 inches from the |1 You look rrtttr and cootereq i E THE STERLING IN SWIM SUITS
I :N blossoms. I I Straits: Gentle to moderate crown of her head to the end of j ji II mmntc in Ihn adorable chambrar.' .
one of the new-style hats. | another HILL tarot i U.,, si N UA; nit> .iii.I FUI"i\U\TIU\I :
Lowe vcl winds mostly cast to southeaster the strands. And yiL1T = 3
Miss was attired in ; i longest they j
In her childhood she lived in I '
I :. low taffeta, with a sweetheart1' Birmingham. Ala. ; Iv today. ., tonight weather and) Sundav Few are still growing at the rate of |'i I itc fU. .I'and nu nal match stun the belt tomplimrnt and buttons I II (; \n IE&\TS .Mlrt' Ilrrr for You

nerUinc and yellow full lenth'! Partlv ,cloudy I about fire inches a year. : . big double pocket loop I
widC'iv hower
I :. finger tip gloves and pearls ai: : Mattered thundcr: ovrr the belt Uilfcrrnt tnle clo> i j
; Fled Reserve near the coastJacksonville PREPARE FOR SUMMER MONTHSand
actrrsnries. Yellow and white: ins at the squarr ntcklinIn
; : carnations. with yelluw and \ to ApilachiroU: Ross' roirl'rlee( j i I printf blue, <\brcak grcv, peal 1 I .
. : KEEP COOL!!!
1. white streamers of satin ribbon I Auxiliary; Helps No small craft or storm warningshave I I I punk, Icathcrtonc and mauc I If =
I., l been issued Named Directors ; = our .
formed her n' elY bouqu-t t. A f I Ii I llnnilifttl trrny ttj
headpiece of yellow also fashioned I Flood t Victims; : Report I One Rack DRESSES Reduced to 54.95
0 Of Ku'ulIi.,1; ] i I Sun Drc&cs) and (Cool: Cottons
: a tiny hat with, orange; Most I I I : VALUES UP TO $17.75 ( 1
1913 I
Fla Jim12 I:
Key West. :
:t Elvin 1e. L. Slv.ff of West Palm I I! An apK.al national| .has. htadquaitCiS been icccivrdfrom "by. (Observation taken fit City Office Peter J. Ross dibtiut deputy. I I! I I I Oil R.1"-IIII\G: 1lT! S.aeu ""I. '" : = 1. .urelt' and SatisfyingI ;
; lie Ions MTI.S! ire; \(::11" E \H .
EST) .tllfl, I Ii
Reach was the host man. lIal ry the Auxiliary of the Fleet I reserve 8:30: grand cxal'vd ruler <.j 1 the FJk5'Lodge I I II .
: Reynolds the usherTo I TemperatureHighest ;;: for the southern Florida ,
was haunch 5G
lof Key asMKialion West; for of donations for :: yesterday:: 90() division, and W. E. FosvUi. main' .: i 'f'r SI'\\ I HU'S: ES Jor tiJ.lrrn and Cronin; (;irl.. I Ii E f"r-ir .S/'/pagers o/

I. Celebrate: the flood victims of the Northwe le. vest last night 81 cipal of 1 tains Elementary. i I E I Red Goose Shoes for Children 3
;, ,I >t. The auxiliary was told !Mean 86 school were eltttcd dirtxlois: ot t i' I Practical Gifts for FATHER'S DAY !

: that families lost en'rthmgI Normal 82 the Key West Kiwanis Club last f Choose From Our Lines f'lI.tioaaUy.Adnrilied Makes .
1 ii American
,,, ; I i j I'I'I E // I 11 << had except the clothes: that Precipitation. night; I SIIIKI.s I\J\U4S KORKS: TIES K\i 1 \ :.
In Mi t they wcic ut.iinm, when they. Total last 24 hours .00 ins. R'Kb and Fowler) t::Kv tin ,placeof j I I i iI. : Mao PLAY SHOES for CHILDREN and LADIESand
: Day a nitMIAMI. hal to have their homes Total this month .1141 ins "Ihe( Rev r.mm.'c h: Niilim'oiifici4 ., KEDS for LITTLE TOTS and GROWNUPS
> :
;j Deficiency thus month 1 I.fi1! ii>*, pastor of the rnsl Ixiptut l.irpi lriiiou of IIKTTKULUI> m Mllll.s) I
June 12 A celelrathin I Some arc. Navy Marine Corps, !!, : I.
of "I Am An American day and AI i my pcisonntl others ale : Total l this year :6,79 ins.F.xc'Css 'Church who has horn tJ'an.- for the Kiilirc: I'anrilyAROkOVITZ, _

will be held in the auditorium in { veterans : this year ;554 insRelatlve erred to a church I in AUbama. It I :

j Ba>front Park in Miami. at 8 p. !I Auxiliary Piesident LicssiePirkcr ( I Humidity was fojt: that the ]local (dub': DEPARTMENT APPELROUTH'S
at I 90 AJ-f. I
: : I IvuulU have revert, instead of sixduct CHAS. I .
in. Wednesday, Juno 16. according I called a spciial mrrtms: 7t'Barometer. tors, I S TORE .
to Dr. Russell A. WIlliams. 11 I list night to answer: this:: appeal = 511 DUVAL .STREET PHONE lj 174:

chairman of the arrangement- ;'National of flit'rs are in contact (Sea Level) 1:30 A.M. Subscnbe to The CUUeu. I, I Key West Largest" Store # --
i nnnittcc. [ with thc Portland, Oregon Unit ,, 2J93: ins, 101;j 2 ruh.,,
The cent w sponoicd, by the ,lof I the Auxiliary also the Port- 1: Tomorrow' Almanac ....J'_ --
.Americanism Committee land representative of the Sal : .' ,
of liar c: Sunrise :5:33 a m
vy Seeds Post No. 29, American I vation Army. The latter organization Sunset 1:16: p.m

o' Legion and is held in honor of is working in the fl'inded Moonrise: 11:35:: am

I all newly made Amcruan 'iti. area and distributing food and Moonset 12:1:12 a,m I I1
t yens of the area. Former Con- : clothing when it is needed t. !
t grrssman J. Mark Wilt-ox will Information from l moth these ;
:11 be the principal >>|>cakerOthers souicfs say the greatest need h i
> for thiMiens clothing and mens: Tomorrow
who will address the war k clothes Kev Welters, wishing (Naval Base) ,
t gathering are Mayor RobertFloyd eJuj hasiern. Standard Tune)
to thmi for these
t : sue :
who will
extend the welcome High Low
HtMxi victims have been requested -I
of the City of Miami and j 1:02:! am 8:00: a.m.
I to bring! them to .the
,j Judge John W. Holland who 1 Fleet Reserve Hall 2:!:17 pm 9:1:!: pm
will greet the new citizens on l he- I /
half of the fourth district couit j stieet I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
I The Ladies Auxiliary plans to
Reference Station: Key West!
I I I and mail all donation; to II
: f TODAY I IN I II STUIt() \' wrap the flood area as received Time of; Height of t
: S'ationTide (high water
(Know America) Clothing may he sent in behalf of .
Bal Honda
: ICII: First the local Auxiliary of the Fleet la
Jesuit puct> arrive (bridge) -Oh lOw 0,0 ft t I Ii
Reserve Association Blanch 56duett .
in -beginning his i
No Name Key
I t"rie.mi.. iCln to the Indians. : to Flood Relief Salvation I -

to' l64&-RrookKn. N Y. founded I:I Army. :20! S W 6th ave. Portland Boca(east Chica end) u +111 20m I lL -- - -- +-- 1YR.Ie
II -I, Oregon and marked. on pack-
Iowa I
Territory created.V i Oh 40m j
!one. "From Ladies Auxiliary (Sandy )-
years ago) last
Caldcs Channel
Unit 56.
American, troops cvacuaLMexico\ __ (north end) +2h 10mH,4 fi
I City at end of war ,i 1 oOo

,! 1698-((50 years ago) American Cltl.S Of NGC5iiI'ls ; NOTE

t' army of invasion embarks at Key (-)-Minus sign: Correctionto

West for Cuba. S"day, be subtracted.Plus .ik ,.u. ", s -
1917-Congrci, enacts the Espionage : ..
(+)- sign: Corrections t. TaL" '" 'JRt
Act. NCCS Junior Hostesses lass be added.

1941-Strike of machinists in in cal themt:, will hold its fn"t (h-Hour.)

San Francisco:: shipyaidcalled I session in the Clubhouse 1021 (m-Minute) of of Uuick's all-coil sPrin ins.; So vvh) dclav knowing the mo..tl"oaJ
off at President Roosevelt it- : Duval street, Sunday at 1 p. m. IfLlectrour i Ml M I.IK' that rough patch ancy
quest. I with Egun Kaufman a> instrut up) yonder vvlttrc (lie which puts a pillow of deeply bn >aiit ansvvci to any road >OU

1942-Harvard Universityfirst tor ruts" and ridicMiiakca vvasliboanlsccni coiled steel at each wheel to :so! ik ever traveled?
/ on the air. From :2! p. m toI p m they
\ Grocer SELLS That Coo smooth? up) the bumps and ripples. j le-
I 1943-Biggest number of Allied will swim in the U. S Naval Base
I Pool the of ). .me v isit us now. Know it firstItceallthetiringtensenesshroul't
umbers to date attack the Rhineland as guests:: ser\; icemen STAR BRAND
Tran-Canada Highway officially 4 j The physIcal cultists .registered $ )It comes from the softness of hand the distinctive styling: the '

opens.1944Invasion. I include the Misses Aida Soriano AMERICAN COFFEETry 1 on hy the drum and hum oJ( ru.ulnoise bigger, lotscr-pressure tires tintcushion Hashing: action, the velvety ride '
'I I Claudina LaFe, Eatclla and CUBAN
armin Normandy Uclgado; and tremor even miter road tremors and -
beachhead Netta Valdez Zultma Dementi, away over highway!! and bvway that areIJmck's
widens stm ip to A Pound Today-
60 miles Elsie Mora and Betty GarVmg.i I smooth concrete hl hvva)s'1' roughness from the! sure-footed, and l nuic1..\ alone.
i 1945 Violent fighting on Okinawa \\ell, clock avva>. the miles ill this atcn'c- steadiness i " of( limck's: n'M h eo.... ......,, '" 'hi..,., ...
I Buick and extra wide SafctyRideassert rims, 1 hen f.Honur heart's. desireand .........1'0..0., > .." ... ."."".....
Br\m styled ,... ....... ,,,
1946 V""o' "
opposes" get order in ptninfillv - f. c"t'" .1. >
t opening Palestine lo 100.IMH) Joss : I.) Ith the sweetest answer in the industry. your' "D' ,,' ?r 'cue M'It ',,,,,,, tItot morn, a n.... boo,,
\\ ell take , ,
it m '
.ai proper sequence 0"- pO 01 .1.- >" rl.a 'S M s oofd 'or
"agitationin Niw .. side of clmidcruising I ... . .
-citing this'" 0 'ana"". "" r?'"'J pal-oron' oar .001 .... ..
Yolk I /\nd it special measure I I Icr or not you I have a car I lo __ -"9'0'ro" .Lno1 _........,. o...
comes trade ..
; 19.f.-l.Jrs. Mildred (UiUDidnkson "1S > .o'.n" p a".011., rw. w I...,
Zahauas. lust AIIKIIan .. from a branJncengineering:
4 <' -born colfcr to w In"omc'n'" :' I 1 ts a ride .tluitS soft and siiMNilh. gem we call Vibra-Shiclding

British golf crown 5' as velvet," folks tell us. And we which banishes vibration build-up. '

---- 1 tell them it conies (from a Lust ofthings. BUICK afone has all these features
tVhcn American: Samoa su itilird Here for lent tune >"ourc -

from the Easton:: to \\c.tun I DTNAHOW .
freed from the motoring fatigue/ ; / *<* '"
hemisphere calendar in 1892 it If comes (from the ample road TAPER-THRU{ STUING ,.,.
celebrated July 4 tom two days; I brought on b y tiny tremors piling I VI8RA,SHIELDED R/OC *SAiETT-A/OF RIMS
weight of two tnn car hmlt low
-- Here *
up) into bigger ones. your W-PO.SED FIREtAU POWER
.muuiwjuuiiuiuiuumiuiiiiiwiimiiiwu.iiiiiiiwiu.HALLMARK and w ide and so beautifully' bal l miles arc made moss-smooth and BOAD-Kni IA1ANCE RIGID rOIlOUE-fUIE

i anced it handles light a> a baton.Il . I become n ouAORi/rux co/i SPRINGING
quiet long journeys
SOUND-SORBER iO1 lNINGr-- _'-.-_.
11 CARDS 1 comes from the I...,din; buoymere jaunts. DUOMATIC SARA ADVANCE fUX-f/T O RINGS

.Paper Plates AMi"'A .ODUI fO R .U a -URN |N TOUR SCRAP IRON AND sun iv.e. ..' MENR1, j Ano. MvtJol N..oo'" Mor.lors.d I..i.r.f .
e Dixie Cups

Picnic Piper Forks NapkinsThe and Spoons /Ill.) IU I. . NEW POWELL I MULBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY

HOBBY SHOP 7'in } on Try TILE

; 110S DIVISION ST. Twice the Horsepower and Speed-Half Chrome.Plated i 1LLLIIIU: : : J77

.Oprn SUII..It ,e 1.11. lo >oon BY FARALDO'S NIGHT 122-M' J .119-21 (:ttrttlun' >frt'rt. 'e.rrlf'r Tflegruph LUMP 1\1')' If teat, Florida

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