The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 14, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Resource Identifier:
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ARMLESS PAINTE I R-llrnrv \\ireman born armless :i The injunction is to last 80elavs - do the work 'I'tre.cia lion willconsider rn. Arthur ( apprr 82. Kan..u.Republican .

ihous R. Trrtrr (I h.ftl) and (...or: tlrlm painting in Chicago. ; and its |Iwovts.on> affectemployers 't' 1 I means of gelling Unt and oldest) mrmh
and employees.! both Solons VoleVilh Kcs 0)'I.1: t Congressional appropriation of the Senate announced h>> w J it
of whom are directed to ee that ) I\Slnt; i* Carbonetl and Dun went to net run for rrrlrction. lie rntvrrd _
I Miami attend hearing HI! the ('pprr li.,ase in 1919
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(Candidates Musi Truman Makes I shipping in and out of Ainciitan .
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Pay ThcmstklfhTo !] Last Speech Unf III kilo. lift i Will .JIf ining. :'r )
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EDWARD H. SIMS ck'line'rate'Iv drove hi:. atilomobirnmlrfininjt West is desirable A ins company

i (Contest: i Law Tour(1 ,4:30:: IMM. For M\ Russell I Th": Citizen's Washinyton Correspondent<:nt his ton httk K"lstndi has applied for a permit to operate CoiilideniuiUilia1r( ) r rN
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TAI.LAIIAS&I-F(-: June14..- Us ANGELES:: June II-I'll. Funeral services for Mrs. Sudie hard-wotkinrj. practical sober,minded *otis. There voter- help All there were killed! instant _____ e

+ C"'....nty ounmi iortis nave n sidint Truman is due to make his Russell 78 will l>c held tumor- |: elect their congressmen They do the best they can. Iy. : )11 i.
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authouty to |pay attorneys fees last speech on his tour here tins I atfernoon at ;> clock in the : But too many outside influence t&Ve ever when tai Legislators r

fot defeated candidates who wishto afternoon beginning at 4:30 oliotk '- Fleming] Str''th"dbt: churth ,I get to Washington In th.3 first place. theres the party and then quietly lips away t-o

teat the constitutionality of : The high cost ol( living 1 will where .the body will be placed at : line-up. G.O.P. and De.nocra.4c: leadership l in both bodies when the contrvversiay issue. Opens( Tuesdayi ."'S so .vi U\H'H-:
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legislation pn/vidmg for election be among the questions he will makes a great issue out of!,.. c<.mrs to a vote And he can tunoei
J. B Reid will officiate i "k\h:! ; : UF (;|u\ Elul OKsIUKU :
iff tx.u.ty f'Ommissluner by the discuss: "voting the party lino. stand huw some Senatorsacturtly i
Lopez Funeral Home L:i in' stalled by a couu.;.tt-e on the :I Circuit Couit will convene tomorrow :
voters at large of Hendry county Thousands: ;greeted; the President Often sincere men find themselves ) fight; for something; in '
charge:: of arrangements. 'i i.vuuld I morning: with Judge <> > :\ Kilt:
He knows
other side
.j instead of bv commit;loners distints. Mrs Truman and: their : election year and then lose interest -.
J. Tom Watson attorney daughter Mass Margaret TI u- Burial will be in the family fawtlith cither having pats it brought up in the second after a victory losu-ing them Aquitino Lopez. Jr.. presiding I
plot in City Cemetery. ,I i I to vote with the other side. and j Tomotiim the trial! of GordonCorbttl. 0fcllf:() IIII2VT
general ruled in c.n opinion to man on their arm'at! here this bud\:. but the chairman of the :six additional. years.He
Survivors; sons. William B, 1: risk the damage; it will cause understand whytheir charged: with! rap after
the of lan .
county attorney > morning. .
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committee bottling it up the TfcPORTSMOUTH t.w./so'4 -
Ralph and Berthram Russelldaughters. the assaulting married
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part stalwart in full membership I ; young
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Watson= .asserted. thjt .. f the with his :,schedule will arrive in :; Mrs Muriel Roberta home district or go down the same thing. And it remain.i and seldom two-thirds: of the. man. is scheduled to get under ,. .
'ranvassms boat jctjm-ed the his hometown of Independence; and Miss: Nellie Russell: I; line *,,'ith their ;trty. Usually rutted' up. membership; on. .the {hair ol f t way before a jury. 14--Gevernur Dewey of \

service of an attorney tj protect Missouri on Wednesday, and is grandchildren:! Lauricttc Savijer the party wins on major ISsues. Then the arc minority lS2.tlea. ruttier house: Hut there> are reasons i On Thursday the trial of Etter York here for the KOVI 1'.11.
tho board in the exercising of its due to be hack in the White Keter Roberts Betty Lou Roberts {i I Ton many: times an Everyone: is for every mir ritPwiblic.1 >;-- and !sometimes good:; ones.. 1{ Wilx>n. colored charged with conference at Went worth-bj t."

powers. such would be for county (House' on Fuday and Lois Rae Russell: vote is oaitv against: party. Certainly ly.: Yet year after yea certain for most of this funny" bust- first degree! muider in the death Sea. said today he felt a..'tl':
purposes and the ___n__ Pallbearers will be Harry M all Republican don think bttls are stalled The ITU no:'- | of Margaret:: Pamsh aLso color that he ,,;would be nominal*s',! I 1.?

ers would be authorized to make Baker Noel Bakci Will Baker I' one way and Democrats an'>thei'. lies can't figure it out. The truthI nessThe main reason for most of i it, ed. inside the Manhattan Bar in president by the Republi ",

payment for these services Saves Baby Rex Shaw. Dr. Ramon Rood;- But the line-up is frequently sol; that some of these bills aieacceptable however. is that Congress; is com: ; Petronia street on March:t The due to' meet in PhilacMphiu i.' .

uez. and John Nelson .id party politics. to a minority and posed of too many politicians and woman was staboed week, beginning Monday
i,!; Of course. this is a year hit others actually: aren't desired by veto fetatemen Its a fault t ; ': Asked if he thought I..,

Shots Are Fired AtMan t Dies Of Burns iNavl Vessels it A President ill be elected a majOrity of Con.ol't'S.'tnen. despite (,f the American system of 1 cov : would be a deadlock he .n 1.1.' .

: this rail. and every !s'ue ought then polit: 1 speeches. Ard nmcnt all right. bat the svs. !. LongDistaiiceC( not too many ballots ?'. r 111 i I i I.

Roof NEWARK N. J.- ,:Minding the : HISC ,'cpen'US"I'i I Unix the -0 the m'nf>' tty is misled en.i.>ut *''i m 1 tmains. the best devised. and:J l.T"I taken before he is nominate '
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I"a;>\ wliil*. liii mother was; out Reach Key West' I apparent umt\ .n In.het' .imon." .'\(11" U. nk\ it dt> \c'11". tI . n Pn. thinks our stem i iI 1 i t tSPOKANE. Some other governors a'' i
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,hoppmg. the dress of BarhataDu .. ,so many in ConnsJut( then! I II.! '1 .t u I II! t'\t.\\, 1,11 Ant I I ,It ...... "xi"" .H."t ,- "ill continue: ; p conference said it wa their ",.1'
Spcxial Oflicei II J' Key fired .... 1 ion that Dewey was W"I'i ident ..' ,
(''u. 7 caught ripe from the their ate ("th,": thmst--! I t.I h'' in fisted with the xcar
two shots at a man who was The USS .heradi. a destroyer .. , ,, A One declared SUssen t I.'
kitchen gas rang: John Dot' cart! IIKK '. 'pis! 1'\' J I .Ii" '!INI n t :u 'i< ""t"1:i 1II i \ J hn Doe imnn-didUlv. is th womanin :
seen jumpin:: from the roof of Sw! lolled ix d. eXlmuishm mine sweeper armed here \'etrrday -- H hill M.t- hrh. I .i. ( ,, ] IK' I It. > I ii, .vh" tan do m'>:st toward imp Cape Oir: rrte: u. ilo.. recently better chance of being n-," .

the Ctnro: Asturiano Club Dotal the flames setting fire to the noon from Guantanamo pol till'unt' 11 ii in '>\ t." ..:.. I ". .Its III;': t it I called Police Cap l George Freeman ted. and another stated h"
street: at 2:30 a. in Sunday. h.rt. Barbara snatched. her two- Ba>. Cuba She will he10 KevWest J! to report that a man was confident that the d-K .....,
The 'man disappeared in the mnnths-old sister i'auta from about a week under .....n,. i giving: her some trouble and she when they became oVwdi

darkness hc'i emit .n I ran to the home "f training i i '.anted an officer. would turn to VandeniK :
Key said he rer"'i\""(l a call a neighbor At 7 30 a. m. today th- LSSWitek Freeman advised herb call their choice,

from a guest of the Jefferson Hotel She saved the baby. but did a destroyer. reached Ki'v. : her local sheriff cxplamiBS! that Democrats will hold th: i I'

that a wan was on the roof in a hospital as a result: c>f hci West en route to the We.,t ('00"' yf xv ,she' was mH talking with n..rbbpokam :> I Lionel convnttion in J'Jul"f!' ,

of the club Key went to the club Ixu nTlncflicis> The Witek came here from NOl '. M,., but with SpnkaoeVsh bexinmni Monday. July I :

and saw the man leap fiom the ---- folk Va. After taking: on fuel I oil r \ .. a difference of about 2.- ___ __ _ u _
half on his appioach she will il'-rMit tomorrow to r in (111)0> ,
Key filed two snots into the ( : -\ (alr tmue her \.oagrtomclr mil-------- -- Scooter( ()() Kidcr(

I air. but neither of the shuts: apparcntly ; T. D.e McGrath USN .

i took effect. Supply of Sermons. half who on spent duty about in Key a year\\' .->t,and is: in a ,;' Bird( Upsets Hurl! l Salnrfl:1\t (!:

1..1 Reds Smoke] Up I ; c-ommand 1 of the Witek !'amiI lti' Life l lassoed: C".inaili_... 17. ."
MF.itfl'Hi5 Tc'nn. II wa- ,
WLane.' was tr ;iMuniKpal <
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At Palm H'-spiUl iou i '
Sawyer I ('IlB'AG/ ... of week,
. who sink liiiif ca-4 lonum j
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M. ddoicccntlv i i y a iiflMn Moll her nest f top
: Indu I' \ iiiPd' iid 71 { tn Rtv loin < IK'n a scooter on whit I.I t ti I.'
I billion ciaictt :s m |II17.! Tin. Th IM a u.f <''i''i' 1..1,1! aceal thix-<' : Beach l Meeting --' 1.! ..f a light finlnn ..I UK fionlfloiH i ,idtog c-oMMert' with a .-..: "
', If'n.... ..... f 4 Ihf. Steal luau Ms'oc.Now. .
, :says: a Ittte f. (iii tnbacca work t >lltti n ( \ bv Deputy Sheriff W>' i.:'
I i I Itsmembers of thf Grdvfamily
its of tin n itmn. reoresentetl an ----- -- 9. vi-ei. The accident lv. xSim '
ill lieilin A. Sa"'Siitoday left back duet
I of 16 cent OVCM 1'It', '. I She an u&ing the '
per Divl-'l
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S50"OnO .111111\ for Palm Beaehvhe, nit i until the young birds are hatcfac'lJ 1. .
output Thc letter published in t I
Both Archer I''
will attend the annual,, i on' in e J Visitors arc also escorted: to the"
.. all unpoitant newspapers. says IPii.l.YWIxtit I ) A alter in : lion of the Honda State She,, reN0a I tear in order m4 to disturb the were directed to. Lt !i,1 i
that I94n! prixljctinn tn IK0 .
I in was this week when UK JUtI.
'' billion fiearettes. 21 a night duo picked up a lir.xh. ills Association. Saw:>1.1. a di. duo>pctltvc fammly.
Ij or |1)1'- seek to rkteitniiH. who <.'*''' '
1947 siix k u in his pock t mil l pioinptlv i ret !...- of the state orcamz-ition -,- --- ----- -- -----
.; cent OVLI tingot alxHit it. thinking, it will attend a meeting tom_hl ol k a.n iu"
'46 Ford. 4.Dr_*4t n't.taken +t.
c ustunu : of the
was a piece inexpensive ; the directors: gioup
i jc.w;liv. |, Accompanying. : Shl'llfI I l Sa '. S y 'rot Dodge. 4-Dr.-'42 Ply. Club Cpo.I I.,' ,!ui ts I... .'

iiYrOR.Tij( ) The "Junk" happen: 'I to IM a mere Attorney Enrique Itiumai: ( )\ I.I5HOI.OI: . '111 ,"., d, ., ,,'r1 I II.,0- .

$.-0000. 276-bagliotU/: d<>. Jr and C eorce: Lex' ICN ..I+ -. Corner Du al and Eaton t. "PI th' t h'.,i uttaf! t ?1.

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lililll \nlc J>.-r> in- in the night club 4#* Bus Station

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lint I, when a fii. idaic. caught; for
Bchta and Preston Foster in He", ', het 111'''1 1at/. '
&111'. There was little damage the
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I Frum The Citizen Building Japanese in Japan on June 2 was reported
I Corner Greene ad Ann Street
+ .. .. Only luily Nwnpapr- In KeT'ie.t and Saturday by observers! in the United Statesto Daytime Summary Harris Mont -A had-tea.
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.: __ I otltctcd'. program at luttd below __ pered bull motive staged a fast
j :_: t..rI..1 al Key Vet .'lora.J... all IIt'ICOnd' c1s matt.rp be moving away from the sun. The are. ..tnreugn.broadcast Friday.. the. same.bests tune lecaltime. .. workout with throe :iut,.mnt>iles

p .. :- ".:'1Ut:1& UI"" 'l'lIt; .,000iUCI'TED "RE'" comet is now barely visible to the naked ..Fr central tuMract. etw hour: CHAPTER 20TiCRS. a child on the verge of whining; she had not realized she hadscarcely and. ..f rourc-', the :.ititom.Ail( s
p .., The ....".....-te4: Ireg. I." entitled to for OuntaCu two ........ McNAUGHTEN: had not it said that she was not to blame; spoken a word but she got the worst of it.
1, -. .... !nr c.t all n.w,. dispatches cr..dlt.d eye shortly after midnight. J.VL said how long she planned things were always against her..It.s had not been '"fretting" as Randy The driver of the first:; car drove
lu It nol oth"rwl 'ndit..t 10 tbis and "
or ( paper.
: .1.. ft.. ........ jubohed b.e. How many of us give more than pass- JUNE 14 THROUGH JUNE 18 I II I on being away but when she had !-likly-just nothing one to of worry het Spells.about. put But"I I respect wish Mumitw your word.couldsee cleverly' enough to n.ake the

= : - Moraine been gone nearly two w,;!eks moose miss badly ones"r twice
She woudn't let brain specialist. Sometimes
ftiTEi me you. a
.. ( Tear m"____...-, U::: ing thought to the wonders Creation? If 1-O0I3OD51IWn. In N. T.-fibeUre&kraat I with the small apartment so very "I'll l come up Saturday." Hil 1 wonder if it could possibly be a and then escaped.The .
I : empty without her Mildred became -
b. _-_- -.- : every Key Wester asks; himself that question ClubabcVlSltarnard somewhat alarmed.rm dred said. "If she's able I'll bring tumor. They can act l !
Ibree IU.nth. 275 Foll <-s-<'ba

:= :- %.e$.skIy)J.oth__._-:=:_-_:::=::::==--====== 1.00: probably the percentage would be exceedingly 10.-OO: Ozark-Fred alley Waring'olkmbs Show-cbc I afraid Mumtnie is" ill. down chin her back up. Sis.with And rae. give so keep Mummiemy your know.-I have thought of that possibility i victim was: badly was dented ibrCeJ while to back the. up third aquarter

: small of those who think Music' For lou-ctnAt with one of her spells she con- love and tell her to take it ," he admitted somewhat of mile
..;: : AIIItTII4UAE' % profoundly 7 Story Drama-a be Sded to Randy one evening when easv." reluctantly; he had not wanted to a hf'fOl'PSt'3PI11f

J Made Known on Application now and then of the boundless 10:30-Hour of S rial_nbe |I be drove her home from the "That's what she's been doing suggest it to Hildy II it were a th? animaL
Half Hour of/ Sertate-cb. clinic and stopped in for awhile. Ruth not all
: returned. brain tumor he was at
siici.ti. :%o1ro tihiVerse and the role that Say It With Music-mba
we in it.
All readlnir notlcea cards cf thanks resolutions play 11:OO-Arthur Godfrey I She and Randy were, back on the "I'll be seeing you Saturday sure that her mother could pull The number of young gartersnakes
I I ,-.r ._... obituary! notices poeina,. etc. will ,becLarred We don't know the whence and the Breakfast In lIo1IY"'bo.-b8: old terms again good "pals." dur- then, around supper time. Please through such a delicate operation.Mrs. ; in J single br.nKl range,
I t . for at the rate of 1. ctnts, 0 line.Noli . : 1 ing their off hours. nurse and doctor make her McNaughten not -
l1so-Be. these
Aleiander Show ml stay quiet next was perfectly 50.
.. from 12 to
'-ea f r eatertalament tif cnurchea from wbjcka hence of our coming or going yet while the clinic.
I . rrtenue H to be derived are'j rents a line. we are 11:4 -Serials :3<.i brs.-cbs: at few days so she will be able to all right organically: ; she
lii. fitixen Is au open forum and Invites 41seuentf able to do many things!'! that are wondersin I "If you're worried, Randy suggested stand the trip home. Good-bye, had a heart ailment nothing; to be I '
l n ..t i...blM> &........* ai.U subjects of local vr Afternoon "why don't you call long Ruth. be seeing you. dear. concerned about as long as she NOTICE
I erecro I lot..t. but It Will not publich. themselves, because mind i is the 12OO-\V. me Traveicri-sac I distance and find out?"
_......Ic'aU...... anon'Dlou. most Kate Smith Speaks-nibs "I'll drive you up Saturday was not under any severe strain. I; A meeting of Planning Board of
f outstanding thing in the universe.To 12.20-Words and Music-nbo Hildred thought that an excellent Randy said much to Mildred's Randy believed that a doctor The City of Key West will he hen

1:00'-Music Hair Hour-nbe suggestion; she knew her surprise as she hung up. Now could keep such secrets as theseto :j Tiiwdriy. July 6, I94d.! jt 8'00 PM
us who know but little about mathematics 1:1*-The Happy Cane-mbs I mother would never write if any- don't: start fretting, Hildy. Youknow himself. if he also believed it .

""j ; aivl nothing at all about higher 2-00: -Double' or Notbinc-nboVoecn tning was wrong. fearing that your mother gets tins way right to do so. for the following PUIffCIIA..GE : -- :
for a Day-nibs *'ould: worry her younger daughter. - it can't be much except nerves. "If it is a possibility we oughtto I I FROM RESIDENCE
1 MEMBER @ 1948 mathematics, we are almost struck with 2.30-Serials for JH brs.-nba Nothing whatever to be alarmed look into it." This was the I -B" TO BUSINESS A"
Eride and Oroom: -abc about." in Hildred not the j'
awe when we learn of some of the thingsthe Martin Block Records-mb Til hang around, Randy added "1 can't av-ee.- Hildred shook nurse daughter. She shuddered thinkof !, Pail of Lots Three <(3)> .irKfFnuj
IOO-To Be Announced-cbs throwing long length on her (4) of SquartFifteen (113.I > ..icr.' .
mind i is able to accomplish. To men Ladle. Ue :Seated-abc I the comfortable old couch. "When These spells of hermother's her mother going through! any
tA tion comets again :-The House Party-cbs you're through-and convinced if not so frequent these big ordeaL "There's good man in j to the map of the L-Unu jf
f by what process are Fa .'' physicists able to determine the time it 4-00-Hint Hunt Uuli-cbs: could: run out to The Barn and occurred lasting much longer.That's !: take her to him or make hr :|: ary.: A. D. 1829. by William, A.

:' : takes 4:30-Winner Take .o\I II- bsTrea..ury have some fried chicken what do nice of you. Randy. That goMummie can be so stub- j Whitehead. but better d
IMPROVEMTNTS FOR KEY WEST Halley's Comet for instance, to Band Sko.-abe I ?" old local makes every stop on the born!" I
:. ; ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN travel its countless millions oOO-Robert Q- Las -cbs you say way. It will be much easier to Her mother would insist. as she ; by metes and bounds as follow! '
of miles before KMdies Hour (vest, I hr. Hildred said that was a nice "
repeal bring Mummie back in a car. had every time Hildred suggesteda i Commencing at a point on NoI
i it returns to our solar system to be lat.-abc and mb.:45LulD I. des; she!' did not know why, but "Oh. I need a holiday! Randy new doctor that it was: a wasteof I Street distant Si.xt>- lght ((68))

I :: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. seen again by us on the earth. and AbnercbseastNETWORK she evening.dreaded It another was not lonely her replied stretching himself as an time and money. Money, again j" feet from the Northwesterly c'jr1 -
animal would before he sat if it Lucien's mother she
up. of New and Caroline
!1 Streets
f : : 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Yet three mother to be gone so long without "I'm afraid it won't nor
on occasions since Halley I be muchof would visit every specialist in the :
a :. ., 3. Airports-Land and Sea. PROGRAMS "wnting regularly; something was a holiday. country until a reason and cure ] (said corner being where New
t discovered the comet, the exact time was ..... wrong. Hildred felt certain. "T TOLD found. ;i Street intersected with. Caroline
: h. 4. Consolidation: of CO\lntyand Casern Local T. For central. you not to fret Randy was
i I I City Governments. given when it would return to our small SuDtr..ct.. sas "eur. f... ."......t..nsuDtr..ct Her fear was confirmed as soon JL reproved. She bad been silent "I don't know that Fd insist i, Street before a portion of :Newi '\ ,
lir .
two hsu'. lowe 10c..1. ".. I as the call was put through during the drive out to The Barn Randy said! frilling into the side Street was. enclosed) and running
::1, : & Community Auditorium part in the universe. t.ons change hour St relay I. fit Mother can't talk to ," her i
I I. If we recall rightly, local. icheduieL Last. tunute pie- you famous for its southern fried road leading to the renovated thence in a Southwesterly d-rec-:
1 ... Halley's Comet is due to be visible !gram. chaiges s..n.t. be I I sioter Ruth said.MShe'& been sick chicken and one of their favorite farmhouse that had been made : tion Twenty-three (23) feet sad
to I :
: almost
t us, Zl.ldy, since she came I've
: i : places because it was clean and over into a replica of a bs; red
inches thence
i four ((4)) at }
or those of who had to make her stay in bed. Youknow righti !
us are living at the time MONDAY JUNE 14 I reasonable as welL "Your mother barn.
I in 1986. : how determined :Mother can will be all right HI bet by the I' Mildred glanced at him sidewise. i' angles in a Northwesterly dreo-

:\ : MONOGRAPH Evening I fae- time we get there she will be fine She wished she could see tion Forty-two (42)) feet: thetgvat
I Man) has learned ,much about) the universe OO-Xe.: I>port. 15 Unnbe I -Is Mummie very ill? Why again. I've told you. Hildy. there his expression but dark had descended ; right angles in a Southw', .te-:-

:1 :': Dear) Folks: :Xe\..-.t.OI'SII..nt seat\ K: *ry ll..ur-bv-eat Da>-i''be !. idnt you write and tell me"? is nothing organically wrong with I during their drive. "That : ly direction Sixty-four ((64; feet t
during the million Have had
: ; or so years he has: Kiddurs Hour -abvwrstNilwurk . you in a good doctor her; nothing whatever. And you doesn't sound like you! You always I and Eight <(8'> inches,; thence at
:.. .: Hay: your goods from the m rchant been on this planet) yet his knowledge has Mlrnt II hr.)-mh-cat. ; "You know Mother won't havea.:1)'one. have had other doctor's word- i believe getting at the root right angles in a 'NorthvitsUiK,!
Kiddies Hour .
(rrpestmbsseatllhSport Besides she's had dozen "
a that
some can respect of trouble Could
you more the Randy bekeepmg
..,. : of Key West. When you net'd help youwon't not scratched the mystery of Creation particularly : ,- Music Time-nbe doctors and none of them can find than mine-for that, too." I anything; from her in regard direction Ninctyom(91)( ) feet:

; :-: gt it I liy mail. of that where I.11'. tpiouonci3:3Ot'ieaco a thing the matter with her." "I know" Hildred came out of i to her mother? j thence at right angles in a Nuiih-:
question of
how Orcb..t'ab..tLURI
I or Ruth's: tone reminded Hildrcd of ther I .
:' and Abnvr rrpeat-vbs.west. thoughts with a little start; To be continued) : easterly direction Twenty's&\enJ

::: TilE ORACLE. all the matter in the universe was obtained. ..4_Newscast by Three-rbc --,-- -- -- -- ---. - ((27)) feet and Five ((5> inches:
- - -- !
.: _-. That question stumps us because we cannot r.OO Lowell-Supper Thomas"ub-nbc-balle rrptat JD-cbs<< > i t thence at right angles in a North-

: =: conceive of something coming out of The News lieiilali ami show. -cbs TODAY'S II i i i westerly(33) feet direction thence at Tnirt right>angles-threei
: : THE "REPARATIONS RAID"The nothing. 7:1*frulton-News Jr.-mbs nbaJavk LETTER in a Northeasts direction

-. Mnitb and 'on&-t.-: r (Know America) j) ty (80)) feet and Seven ((7)) inrhtj >:

:: Justice, i is I>.*ii!, \.h'n..a'y-.he l I 1748 thence at right angle in a Southeasterly -
t Department : suing The trouble with most orators i is that News: Jrno..r Date-.,ibs -((200 years ago) Heney j j! Thirt "
direction- -in c-c
1:30-'nllo; Bond Trio-nbo Dear Louisa: AHt-n. New England founder of >
= the railiuada for more than $2,000,000,000, they shout too loudly for( the little they haveto To Ue Announred-cbs1one : I |" ((33) feet; thence at right angle s ,n
Cancer t""mabe am a girl sixteen years old and I am engaged to a boy the religious sect known 35 "AI- j I
=: Wli(1I it alleges, was the total of overcharges sav.t Henry J. Ta'wml41:45Kalt..nboln who iseighteen"years oIe; We went toqether about three lenites." born in Newport. U. I. \I a Southwesterly dii-ection T.vrn-

: = : made the lines in Comment-nbo Did at North Hampton. N. I1- ty (20)) feet; thence at right<; an-
by carrying! To Ue Announced... I months and he asked me to marry him. In about a month we j in Southeasterly dnet-titin
gles a
: ..: : frtight during the war. The final decision Any enterprise which reflects credit blurt Comment-nibs broke up and he Went into t *the Army. About two weeks alter j j February :2, 1874. I lOne Hundred and Thitt> -thm-
':00-Cavalcade cf .o\ j ICI1: Harriet
:; will) have to be reached by the courts and upon Key West deserves the Inner "",: ",n. Mvslery-cbaaruow : he had gone he Started''writing to me. We wrote to each other ; : Betrher Stowr.: !!' ((133)) feet to the point "\ h g.nnmg -
loyal supportof \\ . 1 novelist author ol& "UnoUTom's
s aoiiiMloff- (- : for six months and then he came home and we went together : .\ f
IJY fact-finding bodies such as the Inter- the lie taken Ad.entare-mt Cubin." history-makin txM k.
: a
people of Key West.! > I.OWF
Before back
again. he went he knew he VICTOR
':.30-Howard ;& low Concert-nt* was qoing overseasso
.. ., born in LiU-hfifKI I. Conn. Died I
I : tate Commerce Commission. In the meantime Hrxn.tics Codfrry Talent V L"n_i>cout.-,aw-tbs ICharlie he told me to go ou, with. Qther boys. I did but kept on o, Julv 1 I. 1896.lg2cWiniam. !i juhJ41943__ __ 'M> Cbe'! k

.II j : ,. however there are certain facts .the HOOVER HAS THE ANSWERS . Chan JJysiery-mbsM writina to'hfm. : */ :! OrtonVfsttin

., public' ought to kflOW.II ': Billy-Fi.Ross. Minutes Cuunnt-nbs News-cbs Now he h* ; ixttn UM'harg MJL,'(Jr'cots'I am not a must reader f Union president, erwliti-rl with: !I _- ---5

':O> Voorhecs Concert. Gutil-nbe and we plan to !married when making the business what it is''
; The railroad freight rates on war car "The budget three years after the First Radio' Theater HourcbsMario I and as so many differentthings
\\ M-houl is out. ll.-' ay:\ < he .lovelie (today. born in Cuba. N. Y DM-' : Let Us Yo'I
,, ; establishedJ} : blt..manabe:: to be taken into cunMdtration t Help I
i f were agreement between World War was about four billion dollars Uabriel Hotter :-.m..t-mWi, and I am in love with him but \April 22. urns.I .
herc ,
( :; the carriers and governmental agencies .:1*-News Broadcast-mbs I I t'v'rv oilier week 'on nigSit'\ %> marriage is I
I per annum says Herbert Hoover "where- '' on<; it tt impt all<- to say which nun i; 1837-Margaret Julia (Maggie)
I.30-D L Quia Sho.-l1bO
I iii i and official They were below the goingcommercial as three years after the Second World Warit The Treasury Q. aa..d-a"" 'I he has a date with another girl. would be the best to choose. Mitchell, popular strreer of her,: Plan Your Floors
Vruiet Please o..ama-nt.s He always tells alx'Ut What
me it. '
born New York. Dittl
{ ,;::: : Jealousy can be very nerve j Uav. in I
rate for the same kind of is -10( billion dollars.!' 10:00-Contented Concert-nbc I con I do about tins' It wOITit>q '!March %2. 19IS.j :.
Free Estimates Given
J. My rrlend Iriua. s kit-cbs wracking and disagreeable but on
Laul.: I Here i is one example: the industry "There are insufficient savings left in News Commentaryabcpith I mo very much but he still tells; the other hand a slight show of j 1874-(:Maj) Edward Howe, _Asphalt Til.

:.. }hauled aluminum airplane landing mats I the hands of the people to repair, maintain and Godwin Hunt -Clubmb.10:15Earl abc .. I me he loves me. jealousy makes us think that the j'! famed radio figure; who gave I Rubber Tile

:-4 from Chicago to San Francisco. The :_Fred Wa'rlnr :Music-nbe Do you think I should continue person who shows it raUy cares. ]! hundreds radio opportunity : Cork Til. .
I normal and improve the tools of productitjn Screen Guild Flayers-cbs like this I don't go with any one I II ,i Louisa. ; born in San Francisco. Died: I .Plastic Floor Tile

:: : commeicial) : rate was $:j.8C a hundred and distribution upon which our !standard To L>an.<..e. Announced Band :Sho.-mb.-abc I else.' I|i Dear Louisa, June 13. 1946. Plastic Wall TO!.

f weight. The agree-1 1 rate to the government of 1 living depends."These UOO-X..s'" Variety t hrs.-Kbc: I Worried Brown Eyes Ga I have been suffering with a I'I 1535-Robert M. LaFoIlette,, .BroadiellsCapcllo
Newsariely, Vance 2 hr -cbsNews ; famed Wisconsin: I .
ANSWER progressive Wool
:: was $1.40. Now the Ju>tice Department figures obviously indicate the and Dance Band-abc pain in my side but I am afraidi senator. Presidential I I'I' Rugs
%"s. Lance Band 2 If he cspectto be married I in. to go to the doctor .' ".' !i i governor I Acoustic Ceilings

:: }hold:* that the rate should have been14 necessity tor important structural changes 12:00 Dancing Continued- .bc-* stYtmr I a few weeks and kt-eps! on dltiRganother may send me to the hospiUl. Do |I i candidate. born in Dane County ;I .Hardwood Flooring
I '; Wis. Died June 18. 1925.i !
cents: less land grant reductions about in the think I should .Formica for Sinks.
: -or Government to secuie the maximum girl I do not blame you ;you go.DistressetL
;: for b... worri '.1. A "is1. Md. |i.; 1884-John kCorma 'k. famed I i Counters. Tables
c..: : one-tenth of the commercial rate efficiency and economy." Horoscope mg (< man tenor born in Irt-land. Died September Floor Sanding and
: : 'I about to be married is usually so ANSWER:
During) the war years the government Senator Lodge has asked for a progress MONDAY JUNE crazy about his bride-to-be that ;. I certainly: do. It may be somE'simple 16. 1943 Refinishiags
14. 19-18-This |
; = paid Class 1 railroads $r;,COG,000,000 in doesn't that the doctor can : I
report on the work of a nonpartisan he care about going wiln thing
day gives large ideas but I I
= may else.I I correct now but that may be serious -' Gates Floor r Coverings S t
freight charges. Over $3,600,000.00ent: ) 12-man commission or organization of the =arry with it impractical uses. if not attended to. Go to ALBURY and SONWe ; nice

.;' t .: : back to the government in Federal taxes.So. :good association is the savings think the whole troble lies in Specialize All
executive branch !
of the Government. Hoover in. -
I :.: : I :)t this nature. There is enough the fact that you are both too your doctor and have: a check up Kinds: of Neon Signs PII{). E J. L, GATES *.
if the $2,000,000,000() suit is successful: all .
I heads the commission. by mean;
\ ability to make a sucres of life if young to get married. A boy of and Lighting Stripping (.IH-JI FInorins Contractor

.: the railroads would not have a single, solitary Hoover told how the commission is the thoughts are turned into pro- eighteen hcm't the experience o- Louisa. 5. isaaes'tiss 551(5 .eSS I 325 WHITE STREET

1}' penny for the magnificent freight oer channels. If they are allowed sense as a usual thing to take on Key SSesl c......,. PHONE 1539
going about its task! but !said that findings : Address Your letters to:
to fall into improper ways the the responsibility of being a hus- lEt t' ... !SS'l' : stosgv '
: : M.TAU-C they performed for the ""LOUISA". O. BOX 532. t-yi_ _
government should not be made public until after the end it liable to be a blighted in having a good time that he is -

:: in prosecuting; the war. election. life. often from sheer' circumstances band and father lie want to play.. Orangeburg. S. C.

which be overcome.. around and he is more interested t. M Mi MKHHaMMiwHHlw V B aHB E6&BBSS3i& m
i : According to the I may
: Hallway
Employees "Only by keeping our effort entirelyremoved in Rend the Classified Ads in The

.' : Journal! of Chicago "The Department of from, the political field will the Many tons of gold and silver' If raising this boy a not iatrifled to go :::i itizen. Overseas TransportationCompany 1 I

; Justice reparations raid' on the railroads final report be recognized as Congress! intended jie lost", annually through the with you to the exclusion of other . U U . U a u a u '

; M not proving as popular as the politicians rubbing together of COlDS.LEGALS gills now I doubt if any wedding '
; as truly nonpartisan he said. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE:
z j.. I ; : ; who started it expected." The organized ceremony will have any deteningeffect I : TRIUMPH Inc.

t on him three weeks hi-nce. i i, I
t I ( shippers representing industry awl agriculture There is a wave of anxiety all over Louisa. ; COFFEE '

t I.--a are opposing' it with all their ent'rgy the \\orld. Let's hope it is not a permanent >OTI i-: \IIKK FMTITHIIN S One reader from Vermont says: MILL Fast, Dependable Freight and Express: Service
:- N \ > "T'Tt 'rKV she in love with two men. one i _
:: at their command. is t -betweenailAMI
t TH'K
IS IItItII'H'FX: : th.ithltr
wa\e. .he ..oI.n..l. d..-i,,,,,, i'. enitcurII of whom IS jealous:, trid. the other '! at I

t I Xo one :seems to know why the action I iisifltu... ....drr ihe f..ti.. ...C. la not She wishes to know.\ itch |i All Grocer I. and KEY WEST I
:" flame ..f t4lc'. t'I..r .... ....,,-. '
" was brought after government agencies "TO ITS VERY FOUNDATION." ..: "' St. K*% \Ve-'t. Flu. 'ittends is the bettei' bet as a husband but C R N R a u u 5 !_. Also Serving
r.; = had agreed to I in clotr nawl" fi,-ttus FLORIDA KEYS
war freight rates.: This is a i name with tim. rlrrk ..f the Cr, nit Between Miami and Key West
r _- rood example of "Royal C..rl ..f %l'nror C'.u..t. J-i'.r.i.. I t
Thievery" as Senator Harry }F. Byril. of Virginia .
}practiced I .t..1 :\'laJr: : IH! :

; ..: by governments, and vividly described predicts a Federal budget in taxes which J. I.CcTFS.$.'le WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH . : Express Schedule: l I

:;: by Harry Scherman his'hOtlk "ia ,:'l-'::1 i .jtinT-14-lt! 4H
I in will shake the private eilterlrise system to _ _ _ _ I (No Stops En Route)

t ; i -:. Tromises Men Live B.!" ." i I its very foundation's." I' Tilt < 01 'NTl Jl IM.K'H f'bl HTl I Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT I ;

i > %MI I'UI MO\HOf: "-01T'. SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar. I
The Viiiginia Senator has been KIOHIII IN rtUlltlTK. .
something rives
at Miami
.. HOTEL! at 12:00 o'clock Mid.
NOT In' Inlaiemperi <>f :
: AMONG THE ELECT: of critic of Federal .. night. 1
a expenditures, \ < <>.H. aim! km> n
;; us stupors C. .
especially the large number of intlh'itlualson I....-..v..... I H LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT I
i : Among oilier interesting iJo \niii t: OK mi : 15Li5L.. SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid- .
ilica (,h. the Federal payrolls. lie forecasts a deficit IMIHTM ,; .I.lnii:: H'-I niqht and arrives I
:. I at )Ker West at
: fervations i is the declaration. .li'vt the IOH hint IItU. -- ,. I
candidate i iX..t. 6.CO clock
: seven billion dollars for the fiscal I Iyear TO .\i.i. \\IIOM IT Mt I XnI; : : .I AJ4. I
.:: of the I Prohibition ..... ".
l party that he will I h..I" KI .11 ti> .II tH rl I
' beginning next July and that the deficit ,...n,. I. Yn....'.. tSn.. the ""' 1 -&I Local Schedule:
t :; get: :21 I million votes and bt'cbme the. i.ext !I for the will ,tlr.I.1 H-c'-. u'.r ..f the Lnt VIi' ,: (Stops At All
following year be close: toi [ ...... T-tamcst ..f taipdf-a 4..ln.. olkn"wn ". -- Intermediate Points)
El ::: President.Undoubtedly. ten billion dollars. as Ampara C........ drcr4ri. LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
.' i I ....,. .'. .._ .. LOWSUMMER !
II l late of ) -? 'unt*. t ill. has SUNDAYS) .t 8:00 o'clock
:; the chance exists that t Obviously such ,deficits :will mean tiled with the. ll..n..rable Ka>m<.n .
the I It. Lord. < untJuilifr .f M.'nr'ntnnt. -
: political front will break out into three i heavily increased: taxation and make the >. Fl..rl<.ta. Dflaal rrp"rtaltd i o'clock P. !of.
I ,- I a E* North B Kh Section Cay TropK! Pen S Superb. Curds.. l lCocktsil I :
j appli atk..n for tnv Iilvarg"
::: : fr four. major parties but it is safe to action ; S UHin Solarium Cab. MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
say, recent of Congress, in reducing the as such v\oiut<>r further thai "nTir r t M Cln SUNDAYS I !
the Prohibition and ""rfa\. JlllM- 1. 1S45. t'r a H MMHI ) at 9:00:: o'clock A. M. and .
: : Socialist parties will I tax levy for the calendar year 1948 somewhat thrfartrr as Ian be ......,.!. I mill ": strives al Key West at 5:00 o'clock
t := nut be among those holding al'ply to thfaHl t"ustl JoUf, '... TNEWSURFAO' P.M. I t
front foolish.) If the .
r repercussion from the approval. .f naomi and fr final J:< : increase is as serious as Senator Ryrd Itatt-4 at Krjrrrt.. Honda tln21t ,
: 4af )1.1". |ISIS. PICK-UP ami DELIVERY) il'
":: thinks, it will demonstrate the failure of ,....-.., (".*<.. I SERVICE: !

\ The proper length,: of a speech dt'I the advocates of private enterprise to resist An B.o -.tor I.Ant.. Will. KirGENE: : : E.: DENMSON) : Manager FULL CARGO INSURANCE
I sad Trstamrmt f Am| r.> 'u- MAIN
: :: p"ob upon the acquaintance of the in.. alM kawn. erne: and WAREHOUSE Cot I
: > :
speaker } ;- the as .A"'a.t. ao. Eaton k Francis Ita.
I temptation 0'1 temporary tax reduction. .-.* '-*r taI. ..f M...- Former Manager of the Casa Marina PHONES; 92 AND
with the subject under . 93 ;
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Key West In j i i I'The Weather s

Days Gone *!

Kcj West and Vicinity: Mostly
THE CITIZEN OF cloudy with scattered showers

JUNE 14. 1933 !I this afternoon: tonight ,and Tu,'

"lIillmllllllllll1l1l1"IIIIUJ IIIU1I1I1II11t1Um.1I11I1I : day Gentle to nHMiciute south- :

Citywide planning project for easterly winds .t

federal housing in Key West will I"become Flotilla: Considerable vUmdi '5 '

elfcctwe tomorrow. rep- ness today partly cit.udv tonight I
rtwrntatiles of the housing administration : I and Tuesday Scatteredhower:

.. said tudaj I md thunderstorms Little th ng,
I, in temperature!

Gerald Pmder who recently East Cult an4 Jack.sonvi. PicWLI1ia ,

underwent an: operation for :lp- through Florida Straus: Gentle

pf-ndiciUs in the flat me Hospital 'i to moderate wind mostly southI1 *
was reported today to be im- i"t |.> south over south portion ;
pim-. : and southwesterly over north ;# tt
I portion today tonight and Tu. --
lda>. Widely scattered showers
Mrs John Costar is chairman

.,.1 a -o.nmittee that is arrangIng : and thunderstorms

lo give a cabaret and dance| '. Report + .,rg
in the public library on the
light of June 22 to raise money I Key West, Fla.. June 14 194S

for the fund to be used in conducting Observation taken at City' Office
the Overseas Highway 8:30 AMKST>

rt-k-luation on July 2 to 4. TamperatureHighest
yesterday Pod

County Tax Collector Frank II lowest last night SOMean '

.Ladd said today that half-year 34
automobile will Normal K2I I
tags be placed *: tomorrow i j I Precipitation .
Total: last 24 hour T ins,
Total this month .73 !I
Annual hurricane service will ir I j II FLOWERS FOR HON E Y M O O
Dfficiencthis month 1.40 ins {I N E R S Mr. and Mrs. Peter its?kin.tin *r is.xldn.
1put into
cf'ect in Key West t honermoonlnr houseboat
on at
Kashmir lo.k
Total this vear 1757 i over Mowers brought tn Irajit by tWal irnclor1Apply
tomorrow the local Weather Bureau '
announced today. Excess his year HR3 in.1 --

Relative Huimxlitrat To IF vtlpplicattonx
=:30 A.M. '
Mr and Mrs. James Holland

and Mrs. Hollands brother. Tom Barometer eo. i!j \ fot man cage h- THREE HOTELS IN jjljl at POPULAR PRICES

Welch Peter B are Robeits\iMtmg Mil 1md Southard: Mrs. i (!:-a LevI >:30 A.H ?;, tenses were tiled Saturday in the Located in the Heart ot the City
30.00 in.IOI3,9 mbs. I ITomorrow's dike of County: Judge RaymondR.
treet Mrs Holland formerly Almanac I Lard by George N, Dimas. 22, RATES ROOMS*" or WIRE
Miss Ada Roberts of Key West, !. REASONABLE
Sunr.-- 5 33 of the U. S. Navy and Lucille MItitin. RESERVATIONS
has w : a.m.
been absent from the city 23. of 703 Emma street: with BATH end TELEPHONE
few 15ears. Sunset 7:17 p.inMooniise ;
1:56 by James D Owens 20 of Miami
Key West Junior Moonset 1:24 pm a.m. and Letha L. Dro t'. 19 of 48 2Pomciana Ford Pershing Miller
Chamber of -
Place, and
Commerce will Mtion. first quart Jrne It'' Joseph
hold a dinner tomorrow W. Kakouis 4% and Edith Mellirum Hotrl Hotel Hold

Church Annex night in the Stone TIDES 44 both: of Miami Beach 60 N.& 3rd St. 229 NX. lt AT.
22' NE. 1st An.
Tomorrow CO Rooms 100 Rooms
Edward Prince of Wales who 89 Rooms
Mr. and Mrs (Naval Base) Elevator Elevator s
A S. Ca\ines was the son of Edward HI was
accompanied by their daughter Eastern Standard Time) known as the Black Pi mce. probably Solarium Heated Elevator

Edna, wla l\ad been vetting Hiqh Low because he wore black armour 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
their son.10.Hw and daughter. 4:50 am 11:10 am .

Mr. and Mr!'. Ralph K. Johnson. 5-67 pm 11:00 p.m. -- - -. -_. --- .
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Reference! Station: Key West |

:: Time of Height of
Today The Citiren says in an !
editorial paragraph: S'atlon Tide high; water I IBaLJa

War may not be inevitable Honda i
hut" Americans should remember (bridge) -Oh Om 0.0 ft '

,that it is not impossibleGiHtnl ; ," No NameKey } THE GAS RANGE
-- (east end) ___.+2h 20m ,
Boca Chica t
Of Honor
(Sandy Point)-Oh 40m ,

"* Col Channel
Mccls Tomorrow':! (north end) +2h 10m -+ 1.-1 ft ; SKiMiifoi

oOo !'i I' 7he \nloinalir (:..- Ruii;:r of lo la> i> the IIMI-! c {(ic'ic'lIl 4'Cto:,-
A regular of the
,meeting Key NOTE: ,
\\e..t""Cuard of Honor will 1>s (-)-Minus sign: Coireetions 1\ i JtI: in.lrlllllrlLcUi tin in.irkrl. bar HOIK. . '

.-held tomorrow evening at. the to be suhtracted.Plus ,
Olrion Home (+)- sign: Corrections 10.I; :I 'llirrr tree M\ IMPORTA\T 11111.:1.1 ti / -1C. ITIO\S to

r \erdl Captain questions U J. Delsido will be states disilssecl. (hi-Hour.m be. added. i !i', c'clII..iI'r shell ehousiug: jour tea Hang.. flake'tte.snit get MI*

I ISI. ,I all .
( )-Minute ? lieriurity in of tlu nl. -

at.)-teeU v
.:\y 'KM WITH DDT 1. PhRIOR TOP-1;OOMI' tliN litailnia tin- CaH.tii -

Splay \\;ail:. woodwork 10.>se. Huge ropes 28 inches wide were \ %r offers one-pMMi11 luuiirr tine) Ira, instant Ileac .iiilnni.tlH':ill\.
biwrd I with used b\ the Persians to move a .
en' sheb- DDT to .
IMIII-C .lo riii hiirnrr- piant *rclnlluiriHr Itctl'T luo kns Imriii
protect aeainst clothes moths and great army across the Bellepout 1 :j "iip -

irpft be: U : for the warm in 480 B. C The ropes held "r.., watrrh'c>.... i's MI heat cliril>iili >n, at'<'unite, flf\il l *
weather season. the U S. De together b74 merchant ships over licat.
which stretched a plank :oad '
p.AI tnlt-nt <>f Agriculture advises.An : ,

nil spia is bevt for this pur way. 2. blPI-ltlOli Of Kf:OOtlOcii IiiMl rt-;:nlalor.
|MKlitiause it doe< not leaa
white tlt' as the water ' on" oinplolcl, iii-nlaltMl. antoniatir inert eookiut,

,. experts sayApproximately. elear.h'lc omen clnur. !'ot'i..lific.c..lil..liun.. floitiug.I, lie 05th.i. ..
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8.003 spec'les. v : SUPERIOR it1)I1.I.\<. : SHIII;: out l.niili. !-itioki.-.
"f\'IP and varieties ol ants Loses 65 Lbs. ,

(,tit' known to M'i<.nee. Wears Size 12 Again f Iiroililtr. high l.',.'l hroiler. Mparat.* broiler hunter new Ita-liii'i

h.M.w *U have t*do,. li
you > etafr
lot iv rfl the tkloiixautm lire food armiiir, <'oiiipartin'nt. liarlteriH roa-liii?. cl.'c'I' adutable. *
k:ml of eats c lkl A> Its, .
"I".lh.. I.'h' J MiJ.1 broiling. S
.J.tAllMARK 2>.a W, :ash s, CfHCi?". ',.wtSlim.
Mcklv kq I.( ..-It. ..". -
CARDS Ilic rtiuarlaltli- SLHA\Us: 1. Sl'PERIllt (:O..TIl 'ITIO,": .*.eel e'un..lruc'liun.
Lands Hnlucme,, Dd the.a vtJll I'

'clay Skool Toys PKOOF Kit FOSlTlt f .l.M.. *Krommt vp mart "Mrramlmiim, npcrior insulation. han\ iit 'ii'il lra\.rr. fln-li
Saw Puzzles y.cnmwpers .iam.cai testa .
.Jig .
and., rrpurt <|turk aid art, loauaf In call .U'.ifjn, .It s Roller Skates +
14 m l< pmnirt* and .H* 100 __ I ,,
Radio Sets i iThe I WHY fcXPtRIMfcAl ? 1 ...lain fini-li.
.n": ewes 11.n Liutivr No drucv Eat ?
1 van AtmilulrlT I tom w'
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Soa.nNLilt A Ire I. .k whidkayln
HOBBY ... . SI PIHI01 t;I.F. \r.
>Mi: .ailr erne the zppetiir 1 rnuli a I 1 > :
... and Mae ... '
orient Oiil tlll't I a I of the 1
1105 DIVISION ST. Iulls-Su -awSR17 ieac.W-i aM4. :Ins. ei ell I''I"\ cleaning porvrlaiii. onpMtf.
need Ynwr area> rHundrflnn r 1. rr, %%t iii'I i
ti yuu lad la line ...h&. sat u tv .
9O.1..11. In il'.M P.M. WEEK o4ik lop. r<*nio\alilf hunter [rasa.
fVLjl.iirrsrrrKeT'lj1'1'! ;
olirrr. Th. ,'.l,t.., .'h, m." 111. |1'-j| .\ Substantial Meal reulo.nble o\<*n l> tloiii. r<'iiio>:il>li*

hroilrr wall ,.inooti -
Tomato Juice Cocktail proUi lor. e n-
Do suffer distress from
you Veal Loaf anit'liil iltli'ritir-. cleaner rooking ,.
i Baked Potatoes

Carrots nlmiN.RECIPE .

I e" FEMALE Place Apple Veal Crumb l. vaf in loaf pan
It I uncox pi ed. Plact. (, PFRIOR 1)F:1'F..1Rake -

baking dish with salt and HII.ITMorr n"f l lliaii ant other

I wjs*.: ,clip hc-d water and grea Place>c-d. on potatoes lower tr. I'''. leaders -III I.*<"i"ioitl.

WEAKNE$$ lack beside meat I..f Carrots inl liertre In..ur.llur'.h.1. field '
and Apple Crumb on c::nU': .
rack Over both Applt Crumb .....1..1. tinlional inairayinr appro\t>il,

may K. unco\pred for 10 Iif'lilllt' burner naraittci. lilin tar
I minutes for browning Serxessix
With Its Nervous, Ot..1 of \\
approval. itli all the abuse

Highstrung Feelings? Apple Ciumlj -Place. 4 .cupsparvct
t li"lt* l aiUaiita r* >. oti t-t iil.l not poil _
Are roM troubled by dk>trmK of IrluiUe sliced apple in ieao

.....-..'luiutluiul Pun it mate UKUiUily you dUturO leer Krrruiu i viking clish Mix 1 cup brown l\ ;:o MPOII;: "illi a nru automaticCa
u:anky Beak. s '- clip buttei '. cup
bit such tune Then sour Ca Kanjn I)U not IM nii>lril !I>
mh-l'tokhaw'1rtable f .,/ flour until crumbH Spnnkkmixture S
.. WoCiea rvileve by the such thousaudshate ayuiptornal o\er applc-s Uakcohered lai):"-|.rr! ..iire aihrrtNin and half

Plbkham reputed Compound I'I'D1& Is biuefit,.hatOntvra r, Oren temperatures. 350 degrees trnlli*. lire (P.Ianil _>un n-.. tin-
Lall a utrrluc urdatlt. 11k t -1 I' S. g Time1 hour
a .raiul ..-uU"neet oa one ''-i i i Bert
of wouiau a moat important urvaiisTaken s .i t
reyukirlji fiuklwtms Cumpuuud to
brlv build up reaLtaucmsatnstsuchdi
>trr.. Its atsuaitrcat.uru.cltic
louuMonthly AU 11r :.Lure6. thetianga
It of Life

). Female Pains fl oa hail dua"-os % .:
Plnkbam.Compound U rrrrJsc.a sb 'urL ighs, uV t
to nliete nioutMy
pt tom ytnt
cramp headache backachebo ro sin
-.. du to leuvala luucvUoul Durp It's jas ks
monthly dUturoanrra. 119 ILKMIM STKKET PIIOM. (,1JIO %

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I Information for the AihcrlierBLAlKFAlt. >

R&TF run R.I Ln ... r.t\'Mi:'T J
TlPb I F'"vm. nt f..r lasmfiwt .'he"*,
r.-ni- +l .ri-llv t.rricular e.lsaneA .,,
: al riia wlfhunt ::
drrrtt.ment. und I Wl I I.r inserted In The i'+ r at mav have their
; ; :h" aderu.p.
tit ntr *. a w..rd for Inntr'tuD. meat. hared. .
f but the minimum .'b irzr- f..r ri BI.H ATioi.riAr1L1,
** ' tbe fir.f T:; w..rd. wr less Is :0c. T.. iatwre ppbiirati....t pi C
. The rat f..r Marfcfarr tip i- =-- TN f'itizeU Amity t> !ror TI
w>r l. and the nunimnm iliar fur ti a i.w k to the mU the 4ir
tie first l* words U tree publKatlon.AH iDWrt
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If adrrrti.ins Is arx..T' under the f +lt..wlne r...d'l ,o. lit ,
f sepal or error in ad.'-rtt.tnac. traa.ient ..r t..nlr,""t. Th: t'iriz...i "silt
s""n..t'l" ..nh' for th. first tno-rti..n in f, d Nvertt.I.R. .
i I UtmflUf tdvrrtiaiu for ""oF th<- a. li,al :im..unt "f "va\'tt u Sped lit tie
part ..r the adaertln" m. nt w here for .rl'Tlr .- "urlt. 5 .
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T -bedioom furnished apart-

Man and wife to manage motel. CJr htwce. \\-.1' rota(

Mutt have txperitnce Apply Get in touch with James 1k-

Steven Hotel junlO-tf Clusky, Strand Thc ttr. ewe

I 220 )unit45


Ambitious young men. Over S2

I hour Sell name plats for House trailer with screened

houses Write National En- porch. Phone 1330' junl44 5

I gravtrs. 212 Summer. Boston .
\Iass. jun4-Itx

MODEL PLANE CARRIERS Four men are needed to cam a model of a Ifastinits I! GOOD PAY WHILE YOU j' 3-room cottage with rhodcrn;;

four-eneinrd transoort lane for participation in the Roval Tournam-nt at London OI>mpia LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE VC -imCCS. Apply ,' 1215 ffia!
I I High School Graduate.- choost Street
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your an t

: Miss i>/f/ry A. I lol lingerHeroine U !lljlllll lllll p' lml.JumwIIUillUla for good pav valuaole tx 3-room cottage 2 bl,icks off D y,
1. pcncncc an asct.redfuture'
.- .' Whal's \aISt. Phonc..1.: 623 fa-
I: ; Doing The U.S. Aiim' Technical' gela SlrVet: F junlMt

n ;([" Of John Melts J at the School Plan will start you off .

I in the trade you choo&c .andvou FOR SALE

lJ.ssrtr: A. Ilollin-cr and n-_ t ARMED SERVICES can. qualify before you enlist -

l.M.C.1. It's a real chance to get Bungalow, small
John MctUof Jacksonville were j>tqrc buiidxf

married. Saturday: June 12th at Three itirlhs In Jackson Square. Whiteheadand ahead for 17 high and school 34 graduatesbetween Gel thci. and lime grove on four like

Southard lots. size 10'qch., in
StreetsQIAUIUAAiiUUff SO'.x asodsection.
5pm. ,. i full facts from your nearest U.S. j j This can bs bought xa

Rev. Father Jo epii Johnson NIt'r111Qs1)itl1An IGIdhHItI110mlltillllAAAAIflAt1Y'Moflday Army &. U.S Air Force Re- easy terms.. Johnsdn & Jobft.

tor of Uu St. 1\1al'"S Star of crusting Office at 25 N.E. 3rd' .
pa> son. Phone 372. f jutt.t{
eight pound. six ounce : | Street, Miami. Ch-we: the I :
the Sea Church was*the. officiating daughter was born June 12 in 900PM.-Dan.,t John .
'I school want, now 1 I
U. Naval Mrs Pritch-j I you ,500 sheets, 8J* x II. "whitt iI
clergyman.Mu the S. Hospital to i aid and His: Oithc&lra. J-1-jun4-6f, #
>s Ilollinger was given in A'arjone Green wife of Maurice Tuesday I print %3c. Artman Press Cl '

D. Gieen. AC 1l\1. Bota Chica E 30 P. M Little Tt.taUc Group 1 I Building Phone 5fc. ;;.:
marriage by beuncle, David E ( HELP WANTEDFEMALEDo
i A four pound. 15 ounce son i rchc-aiscs; Pin.,-pong.. Shuf- '*. tna29>ft
McCurdy She white tail- '
wore a I
born Mrs. Pat fIe Board
was yesterday to on the P.tiu i
ored suit with matching accessories o recta Mor1e;. wife William !I. Wednesday you enjoy having monev' ; Wrapping paper of various stze .

and earned a white prayer Morlev SN, CSS Trum(>('tr h. 1:00 P. M.-Frshirg Part>: Naval | Then you will enjoy. fully the 1 Artman Press, Pht c 51. *

book, on which was a white or- i Na'a'-Station The baby has been: Hospital Patitnts Joint Pro- money you can inak. as a part I junlt-Tl

i hut. named David \\ illiamA : tram YMCA. NCCS -. time Avon Representative. i

Miss, Dolores: Stnalietn was ; even pound 13 ounce 8.30 P."M.-\t Ole Country Party Pleasant, friendly work for, Pressing Club, good busincsK,

maid of honor and wore a chartreuse I daughter was born 'ctenldto liatutim, Squat Dance g w d pay. For interview write I good location Reason: for sQ
dress with contrasting
t."t.Ones. Mathew I>)nch AClUt.'XI.. 10:15P, M.-w.: ntr Roast on the .ager. PO Box 1101, West Palm junWU

Miss, HoUingr"- the niece of Rita Chita She has been until ratio Gnllv Beach. Florida junl1ltI

Mi and Mrs, David E. Mctuidv I MrMargaret. 1 1I Thursday I 1947 Travehte house trailer. clef

of Poinciana Place She t" the I 900PM.-Dance. John PriUh- I FOR RENT .I file refngerator bottled fgs,

daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Peterson .UmItIAtIl1IdUUillmAmlllOmltlgl/ltItt1A1i1j NImA.. i: ard and HL Orchestra. \ hot water good condition. Me

: and the late George 13. Hoi Fnaay : Tw -betlroom furnished howsel'i tic Trailer Park. United S>( _
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linger; a. I N.C.C.S. 8:30 P.M.-Emtgt, Pinuchlednd, 1217 Pctroma Street- : junlo..t lpr

4 cton-" I 1021 Dual Street ... t U*, .Movies.. ., -. junl22l > ,..f
I J I : For Sale--lnnrMprrrt8 mat_
DEFENSE j j'I Saturday
been associated with tht fatit FORCES FOR RENT-ROOMS used weeks.
)n- 3:00 P. 1L-Movies. I two Call 684 JtJ

al Air Lire s In Key WiM for I'ROGR.tMiUlIUImtumflnSiIIUlIWIUunntRIlnjnnmIQlfilnr ,IONS P.M.-Jukt Box 1317 W. junl(
3.1-2'years and recently with the I'I the patio OVERSEAS HOTEL .J

tity Electric companv : i 917, Fleming Street For sale at reasonable' pncd
Mr Melts is 1:00 1'.1\1. 11:00 I.-nlllilrds. !! 943 A. Ai.-Java Club, discussion : I
Ja, ksonvillt' high -school and $800 to $10.00 without Bath "extras". Apply rear 809 EeW

sewed for several years in the Ping Pong, Writing room Group . $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath Street junll.5U
Showers. I'11:00 A. 1\L-"Go to CHURCH
U S Navv nd was stationed in -trRwm. -
.Key West for several months, 700 P.M.. 8:00 PM.-Boxing Parties. -,' Grocery and meat market t lJS

A reception followed the'cere- Training. PAL F.quipml'nl. l 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour; selections private bath. with meals, if eqtnpped. Excellent bLisie r,

n:onv at the hums of the bride i .:00 PJV1 8:00 P M Talent I 9.00 P. Al Fellowship announced. Hour. preferred. 209 Ann Street, op-' good location. You can't Diet

and the couple left for Jackson \ Hour Auditions. on pwite Police Station this. Make me an oUet..

\.1 lit with the bc-st wishes of re- S 00 1'.1\1. 9:00 P.M.-r'ilm Dtvtloping :: the. Patio Beatrice Community Moreno at Suiging !%-3tx.J take it. Leaving city 1HH&montcn -

lati'.ts and f i it'ndsGarden >. and Printing Class i Piano fc the. Street. Phone 116T
900PM. .: I ss
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[ 10.00 P Al.-Coffee Hour. ; For Rent -- Clean comfortable
Club To j G. S. O. 'Girls Reasonable I .
meetings 513 Whitehead
Service room -
8:00 PM 11:00 Auks
PM Informal I Collie pups. 4 weeks oU
Organization), every. 2nd oppo;;ite Court House
lllel"lIie 29lh Dancing, TUESDAY f j' and 4th Monday I Ii jun14-neon-wed-fri-3t\ t and females. 926 Eaton. .
Game :
Room: Chinese Check-
10.00 A. &L -' 12:00 Noon-Navy > ""
the n >mmat:m; committee of ; ers chess.. cards, ping.pong. pool, j STORAGE Om rcfrigeratog:
Wives Bowling at Submarine pas Servcl
the Keve Garden Club writing desks, library, currentmagazines I
Base. various table Model R-600. C-foot. Pntft
their slate a- follows: ::00 PAL 3:00 PAL-Navy ( etc games I Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor $17500 1066 Catherine St.

First Vice Prcs tk nt-Mrs'i Wives Ked Cross First Aid commercial. Phone 798.junl. junl.fiOm
Showt tennis rackets
(flier SmiUv: Second. \icePres golf .'
Class at NCCS I -
idont-Mrs. Cyril Marshall SecJ"l.tarvI.1rs. ( clubs fishing lines, cameras
Roland Gould: Treasurer 730PM. 1000PM.-U. S_Naval checking service, film service, : SerM-Cvcle for sale.. in f&
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Hospital Partv FOR RENT-APARTMENTS condition No reasonable
Mis JOintly mailing and wrapping package running
Jerry Trevor Di .
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with American Ked Cross offer turned down. &
11 ( tors.,; Bowman Cutter and Jer- i receiving iressages. phone boottamps ,
(2nd Tuesday). s railway Furnished apartment. 3 rooms William Street junl 't
iv Trevor. I I express service, I .4
MrsSnulev 7:00 PM 8.30 P.M.-U. S. Naval I available to SERVICE PERSON and bath Maid and janitor.ervicc.
t'hairman pro ternhis I o Hospital Entertainers to ]NEL. i linens and utilities White outside paint .Jtthif COHK -

railed a met'int of the new ';: Wards (3rd Tuesday). : : Lesleigh DavisDirector j furnished. Summer rates. Coral !. $+.13 per gal. 5'. DDS
"i miration for Tuesdav ,
:' hh. at the KtVtst June 'i WEDNESDAY Gerald Pindcr-Program DiI|I Hotel Apartments, opposite Flv-go, 29c per qt. Dohcr t
Woman | 1:00 P.M. 11 00 P.M Billiards. : itclor. Post Office. jun2-20tx Co. 845 Olivia. cor Packer
( lub 319 Du\al Street at 33ttf I'
Ping Pong Writing Room Lillian I\'tr--Sccretary. Phont 1597. junlirtic
P m | Show ers. Doreen Cruz Efficiency all '
I I Information aparlmt'nts. -
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: those ait:':cF'ed in the new 12:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.-I luspital'!' Desk Aide. ties furnished Adults onlv AIM 1941 For- w Fred cdan radp
t arc urged to atttndionvs I Patient Fishing Party joint sleeping rooms.. $1000 to $ %.00 and heater, $7oO.00. Good conr -

: I program NCCS YMCA and WANTED TO BUY double. Stutz Hotel 410 Firming *;ti Mi, Aopl220.C Poinciana.

miniums Red Crosse I. Street junl tf I 1'11onc 1337-R. jun4-g

(Know America) I 7:00 PM 8:00 PM,-Boxing : Wanted Cut Hair-\Vill pay 1 to ,
Dr. '. Training PAL Lquipnunt Furnished 212-room apartment FOR SALE-USED CABS
Paul B :\ ;nus.'n. ntdicaIrc I I 5 dolluis per ounct dependingon ;
700 PM B:30 AL Sevung1Class I Utilities furnished. $69 00
\ 'f of thet' -
:+ ran; ;idmmis knjth toloi and conchtK'n
i Navy \\ives monthly. Coupe only. Apply 1941 Buick for-dor sedan. new
t; itn>n fo met' C hitto sur;:ttwi. of hair. Send full length sam
.:30 PAL 830 915 Windsor Lane. paint radio. heater Pmt 7owned
P31.-Spanish junlx
b. -
: n in St. PaulMinn..
64 veaisauo ;. pie Lock BvlOo. Key West,
,j i Class for Beginners Miss Fla $8dO 00. Can be seen

Major General Luther D. Mil-I I Rttnond instiucties*. junlO Two three and apart at Tonv Auto Burl}' Shop. 6WUrecne
If'i Army chiel of 8:30 P.M. H :00 P.M.-Dancing. - men Is. All conveniences De Street junWt1S3
chaplains t MISCELLANEOUSWashers
:'nn in Pennsylvania, 53 yea,saj .: THURSDAY Mrablc -dMjnabH summer .
I 9DQ AM 5-00 1\L Sewing rates. 1209 Virginia Stn.'tt.ppb' Chevrolet excelontondi

tDi'. Fi cite lId; :M Ft'ikcr. than I I Machine, TV pt.uterrrt- fans repaired, irons, O'BriaLt vacuums, Phone and .\ Apt Six, upstairs or fissile Rcasonabie Good rubber -
I R. 926 Eaton S '(tjunlt. '
Phone 757
"l the G< t.n \\.iI lul1ft"n: Lmtisitv ing Koom. Showtrs. 1164-M. junl.IfIS" junlZ 3lxl r -1&

\ School of Ensinrrrmu. FRIDAY ,
\\ 9.00 A.M. 500 i'M. l Three mom nKtlv. ftirmsl' i"hingttm. D. C born at North -Stwing x 48 O<.\f Uanaikv Delivered | I 1-------
ampton !eta." t>7tar. aoMargaret . Machine TvpewriterVnt- m sectHin. Dt.uhltn..n... ,. [ apartment. Tile bath $16 p''I n. df."li\efY.
B ,urkt-Whttt.. phot'fiaphei ing Room Showers. ; sulati-d I..f I'mi .Jdtwll" in- j!j i per week Utilities paM Slcepfour ; driven 9 thousand roile Pe<
SATURDAY 0 : tw .03 Emma Street Apartment fret cunriittnn William Meyns -
Ntw York 42 vtars ago horn in ;I 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picntc. .. Bred dows with tooting papi'r. mn- | ''D". Walter &-.IK'. 524 i, fiG!) Duval Stittt
l ijtutrs. FOB.
Di Louis finktlstem president i Fishing (ion UD in advance;. an cars ortrucks Southard St_ Phone 190junUZ. jun It-3U
tamp Sht'llJy $339 Dti i| -
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t to lot .\ tinhhtd $560fieitvd SAL&MISCELIANEOUSi
Seminai-v. New \ "ik. boo ii In 10:30 AM l1:t0 A.M.-Com- $.IO. NHl'Hwl Sal i ii! I _
t' rnunion Breakf. . Nicety fumblwd tMp't1ltlrtwapartment. n ,
intinnati ;>3 \tas ago Inc..
114878 PO. Cox 1391.M..nufa.I'I" second floor Phonal1185K. catch Sti. ."" (:et f
:\U1f'rt \\illiaits. pttsidtnti Hat Club U. S. Sub Base, j"Cant I i<

(.f \\'t'.tlnht'u't Ai: b*ake. born (2nd Sunday). All "i.- of Nee'l"n'I j. mormnss. junl43tFurnished x :1 I' Ulnt. 1t ..Ihrr lotI nr7n ,

Dtnver Colt'rado. 6O sears ay '! ,-W P.M. 7:00 P.M.hins' Fats-- --sites. junH t : !I : at THE CHII.DKfcN'b I-OR-
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Dr Clbt.'rt.S1..hun.. of : Trip (sign up in advance). apartment new ' NEIL 421 Stmi.nton neat
ithwesttrn University. noted I Information services, housing. LANDSCAPING l range electric rtrfrieeratoi "on-I Star-,). junM.4:..

n'hN01olst. bt n in Iowa '. city maps. .. I ttnovuk hot water I
WardKm l., Monthh"1
? it ti taping to 4131Avenue !
; Phone 215 LOST
1.\\a. 46 .,.al" ago Religious literature library E. Phone 749-W. 'j',i 1 i I J
Dt. !henry G. Haml.tR. telephones, stamps, "
pnsli i wrapping and
Lost Parker Ten
irnt Complete furnished I
tf Drake l'nl\'p"lh' DesM mailing packages railway ex- apsutmt with rind'
I i 1 name Joan 1n..qlbE'd.
lines. turn in St Paul Mm : DreSS service, laundry pick-up.- 1104 Division Street Phot* Ui-
n..t.ta.17 years j-" available to all defense forces 391-J, No pets nor childr Ijunl.f3t J er return Joan Loid. 110-1
i 1 . vision St Receive rtwardjunl.
and their famiiitr 0 I I] Ioi brook refrigeration }f -5t
United States MRS E. S. t
pr.sites: In COUGHLIN
I dutnestK and eummemal. Work
liH' tttntamcd F 0 I (woks Executive Secretary guaranteed Free i Furrmhrd studio apartment to.j jI J Black waJlet. with Sub Ba."l' paN..r. .
t"i half the MISS HILDA estimate v n adult So pets All CUDWIt- .
to"1 CASTILLO. I ChamUrfS.PIe
J I overtaauL Fttomf 72-U. I Joaepfc Eat !
j 5Cear
t 'mlieeai Secretary. t tmc* beach. .3..1 Jr. ac rdbxn Ill Van!
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.t, l' THE KEY CITIZEN .. ..t1 _

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$" 2 '\ tf...BENNY'S...........,......:, e,.; e...TROPICAL............. .........TRADER............,.......,; WHERE ; BUY IT=e cad. ;; !er U as;;;= ; ; ; ; ll{ i 1.

I :- Motor Court ............................................ ........ : j

.'lit. Ownership 909 Siinonton-Management St. :; ;; Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : ;If It Is I Electrical! ;'EEa: mIV 1 ; : STREET"S; : j?

,-.r111I. of Serving BENNY. FERNANDEZ. ; ; Plenty OURSHOWING of Action Toys for the Children. ; .. We Will Call For ud Deliver .. ;. WHITE

1 BREAKFAST.. 8 to IteLUNCHEON. of ElectrIcal AppliancesSEE ; SO Years' Experience In Electrical Work ; f: ... CLEAN

.11 11 ''. DINNER. 5 to. 11:30 8:30 to 2 ; ..................:........_..............i......5.. ;. L ry 211 Duval Street ': .. Marco Mesa.

:. Short The Best of Steaks ; "HOMSUNDRYSTORE"\ .............ELECTRIC...... ......TELEPHONE...........41I ... :e.. 122 SIMONTON .. and : .......
OrdersSandwichesAt ; 1 e ?eN ................................. .
L osII AU Hours : ; 1207 DIVISION ST.: NEAR COR.WHITE ST. .;. ..................... :.....e................' : Dry Cleaning; ;. ...........................................e.
taa.. : Try Our Frozen : PRITCHARD : : : art"/ Pressing24HOUR : '
I 1tt. v Open Daily and Sunday 'tee Cream Proprietary Medicine :: 1: FUNERAL H : '.: Free Pick-Up and '; -NOW AVAILABLE- '
8 A.M. to Midnight Delivery Service
5.555.555.; .............., Sick Room Supplies School Supplies : : DRY GOODS.': r.: SUITS for MEN .Ilar/(;/rnrrin 9 Repairing and Q Flushing :

i ...........Toilet......Preparations..a..........and....Articles................: j HOME { {: 1106 OLIVI\STREET :. ,.: and WOMEN TONY'S AUTO AND i l

! a.e ...................... .........................................,........ Let Those Serve J J PHONE 373Specialising '..: ;: M I ade-to-Meaqure PHONE I I 2S2 : . BODY SHOP .

tl G 0 M E Z.fUMFORD and ROSS. ;. .; Who Serve Best .; .J : ::.....................! ............603.05.......GREENE.......STREET...................,

i : STREET ; : WE: HAVE NEVER III.::: .......-............... .............................................
in ;: FURNITURE CO. ; :; Exclusive Monroe County Distributors. ; i BETRAYED A TRUST II J .; JVU1tlCtl73I(1 .: .: : :. CAROLYNOTerseas fAlrrv: .; :!
720 DUVAL' ;
tz STREETJmeuile Carrier
Conditioning : ;: LOPEZFuneral : ; Hotel 919 Fleming SL
FurnitureI : : ; Ambulance Service ; 2J Children'sApparel : -= '
: for Domestic and Commetcw'ui. , : -.: ,.. DONALD BARBER

Q.ta ii C Plastic FURNITURE Inlaid ....".533................PHONES......................: .SIM........ S J Telephone NeverSleeps 548 2. :: :':;: !. ServiceEstablished 1885 ;. .a Scalp Treatment We Specialize! Hair la Dyeing i

tz I Axminster Broadfelt Congoleum ...................eeeeee...--.eeeeeeeeeeeee.eee :..................... :..........-...........: : : Phone 175 Att 'TTPB Or BKLK K CURTIS ,,
..................................... .. Licensed FuneralDirectors rFas u.s sss
I Electric: ; yeeee : : i............................................
.lQ.-. RADIOS and ROTPOINT -: : and .............................................
Ranges .
6t : Appliances S.; Refrigerators, Disposals and Electrical Appliances :S i Euibaliucrs ; STF.U/S BEAUTY NOOK

""Terms Arranged" Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery : Licensed : ,: 2'MourAmbulance Scientific Beauty Cultur.
t OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M, :. : ; in All Branches F. ,
11 MON. and SAT. HOMEAPPLIANCE I .: :i : Thoroughly Experienced ,
e I ;....................S. 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11Fire PAINTING Contractor t t' : : 'Service Operators a.i."
sfm ................................................ J FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED '; . : Soft Wat.r Ut d Exdu lT ly = "
I- i ...................... :................................................. Telephone 9127. 114 Dural Street Jeffertoa Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 896 : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. .J
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tfs. : : ; :.........................:......... .Ni.;
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Key West Garden ?e : .......................................!.....: ,
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I j TOUDC :. : & Supply : 1 When You /Want! FASTER, BETTER -:. _........... .............,. Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited
: : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019. : : z Salon .
n : FLOOR SANDING s Frances Beauty t
j rUlenger e : Key West Fla.I ,
St Full i ]1 PET SUPPLY .
. Line .
: Representative : : : On Old or New Floor*-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE :. :. Frances Park. Owner

s.ft k : t.. : i Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line : 2 Guaranteed 16'orkModern Methods. i' I: 'SOUVENIRS ; 1010 CRINNELL STREET ., #
6.S. I .: FLORIDA EAST.. Courteous Service and Delivery : I J. DOUGLAS TREVOR ;. :. CONCH SHELLS Beauty Culture. in all its io.

COAST RAILWAY .................................................. : 1K29 Harris; Atciiuc Phone 1374-R. :'. ;, AUSiM* / Facial' Shampoo Scalp Treatments Manicuring ; I I1.

50J': : ; ................................. ...... ........ "........................... ...... .........:.' '
e e :: For Appointment PhoD.1391
Hew> Located Next , ....................................e.*.*.?..N ; COCOANUTS ; :............................................,.
'. \1. ' Sate 20'/o/: .. 'r ..............................?.e.....e..e.. I
DR.. COBO'SOFFICE on dwellings, Insurance : Landscaping) Marl\ I and Top Soil :. :.' SPONGES : ; Marion's CASA CAYO :
" ; n.rcaatsl. _____ : ; IlUESO :1
5. ; bldgs. house- by INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL. SS.50 PER YARD or SLOG PER SACK .a' : :
.. : FLEMING' STREET and per. ; MARL HAULED$5.00 for 4 YARDS : t: Will Ship to Any Port : BEAUTY SALON i ; '
Mar el La Concha HoW tonal effects. Mutual t Fire Insurance Co.AU S : :, of "Southernmost House ia U.S-A." ( .. :
. : : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasoaabl.\ J 17.3. Of Canada ,
Policies Non-Auuubl. ; : 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314\ jd... I
J z Save 15% on 4 .
J 3. V :......PHONE........124........; MercantileStock' /. L. Crusoe, A 8 t. Phone 674 : G WEECH 1021 Olivia.St, ., :..< .t... Marcy S. Palacio I : .: Personalized Expert Hair Tinting Permanent Hair* Styling Cutting/... ,t.t .. :. :

................................................; 0 PhI 011')5.8) OI :, 401 South Street .CorectiTeFacials I. :
......................................,.. ... :, KEY''WEST FLORIDA : : .
:+, ...................... ..........................*...e e...**....,....***P n.....................e.....................;.. .... ................ ,....*..ExdU&......Y...but..Not....Expense.........if........-l..........
,. : : : COFFEE .aa .!t.-:.......a.... .................._.....?... .eeeeee
: : JEFFERSON SHO : :' : .F.M: :; Nat ;
B. & B .
Ride the Bus the .
to .
; teal Hair Tinting
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a GOLF COURSE ; : .. .. .' ; ; .. ________ or' Finest Jia
x r 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone Ion Open Daily and Sunday ."' . : Permanent .
: Scooters ; SP.M.to1A.M. J Sales! : Waves .. .. S
r J Cusliman Motor\ i SERVING r.o; AppraiaI
It a; I : Sales and Service Immediate Pelitery : : COMPLETE Dinners 'J" :; : Lease : Beauty I
d BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches ;, JRentals. : r
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' : Seat %T* Rental. Serrice ...............REASONABLE............PRICES......S..........i,: :s'' .* Management Colony i iMl I
r : TAKE Buddy !. ....................................eeeeeeeI : J.' .Improved and Vacant dI
I : BUS 5' .Parking Flags : .r" Properties and Monroe In Ker West ; ,+r V+ StreetNext ;
County South2
: N0. I I INSURANCE ; ; to
3Ie i.I : to the .. .WindshieldsFootrcsU ; !. J. J. OTTO ernmost School Beauty .
.. : LINKS I FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS :, i KIRCnHEINER All LicensedBeauticians :
r. : ; e ;. : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE , t .;, REALTOR I ct ;,
: to 411 t r 5pecia/izui/ <7 in 5
:: Hare Fun!' Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : j K eyes t I Insurance Co. r e S19 Whltehead Fleming Street StrHt. n Most Modern
:....................: ................................................. Directly in Front of Postoffice : 731-R ,
j .... ................. ..................................................... ...a..................; .......Telephone......... 206 for AppointmentSEHABLAESPANOLeee.
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) ....................... BICYCLES REPAIRED : ..S....................J .............................................
I INSURANCEOFFICE j Good W or k-Lo\v Prices
!i : Waichmak- FOR SALE :
. ing qualifiesin us to assure : Our Customers Must B. Your Entire House with I Daily,between 3:30 AJ4.and 3:30
' you accuracy and dcpend- ; ; ; ... : P.M*-Appointments are accepted
I ability in repairs. Satisfied from public by Senior Students ol (w <' I
r : Whether it is the inex- ; ; 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 ; INLAID LINOLEUM 521 1 SUUTHA1UI
: pensive. seven jewel or : STREET : : TheSouthernmost r r :
i the most costly seventeen : : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE ; ASPHALT TILE ; Opposite Bus Station ;
2 jewel, infinite care is always > .........................................eeS or School
\. guaranteed.If ...........................................' EXPERTLY INSTALLED
; PHONE NO. 1 j of Culture
i your watch is not ; TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE .
giving why complete not bring sat- DRUM BAR and : ; : I 523 Southard Street l : I

I 2 it in? Our charges are ex- : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Key West : .. -TIlE- : There are a number available with over 800 hours ;
e tremely reasonable. of state approved instruction who know the latest
DAN VAROLL 825 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 ; : :. P niter t -All en phases in beauty culture! These student! beauticians.
: -'We Deliven- Floor : J under supervision of a licensed teacher of i
1J 2 WATCH and JEWELRY .Bret Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town .. Covering Co. ; : : : beauty culture! do good work at very low prices.. Al- I
t REPAIRING : : J Company though appointments are not required it is advisable. !
Work Done On Premises ; .Packaged.........Goods............................. .....130 e..DUVAL.......STREET.. .. ........KET....WEST... FLORITA : . For Appointment, PONE usi7 .
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I 4..515.....Fleming........Street. ... ., .....e........................................: .................*.......eeeeeeeee.*e.*....*

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: ANS S 5 00 '"S 4 9 00 Si: : 'It liy Pay More tf henou (*an Buy for Less : JOHN CURRY :
When You Go
; ; and Pay As You /Wear or Lte'iIYIIlVC : !

S Food: ShoppingBe -- CASH or TERMS 1i IC ; O A TVjrFC'Regular SIZ.95 Values SIO.9s :: :. '=
Sure to Get . ; iTlLjil t O 1 zVll J.O Regular S10.9S Values $7.35lilies' '
: The Fastest ; : PLUMBING j j I !
) : : COAT SUITS11.1LF-.I'RICI' ;
I I d/otJ l/Mt. ; 8 Radio Repair : : Lailics7 DRESSES Greatly Reduced : ; Installations and Repairs ,:
: : Just Arrived-WHITE DRESSES : :
ee . Couch Covers .u.... .Curt<.iai ePlastic Table Cloths j
E8 in South Florida : : and Aprons .Silverware Radios .Electric Irons ; :
The Foundation of Today's Convenient Terms Arranged" FREE: ESTIMATES I ON IJEQl-'S'f II

I. ::e. RALPH FARALDO Heal..Planning F. t t'1 PHOMEU4 :; '; -... I The:!Have Latest V AIr Music Co. :.: .: HAMILTON TELEPHONE MERCANTILE 1512 CO. \ PIIOneas" Us 781 and naelsladti3J2e'2' 9-W I! I

522 Southard Street
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: Thr.'Streelfisly Most Iteautiful Life Cii Earth t .


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I The poet has written. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." This is the stay of the sweetest. most : I
i ctx-hour: lifo of the Night Blooming Cereus. for during: its short span this ex .juisile snow-whit?j
Its entire life is lived from midnight to the first flush of dawn and every precious moment. oi its
very essence of its heart and soul-purity and beauty personified-
shining glory, bringing untold comfort and joy to the eyes of man. and profoundly teaching'AI
that an all-pervading intelligence'created the earth, and man. I 1 trf>
For six long Moons the ugly.Cact stands silent in majestic splendor and solitude, rearing k
its head thirty-five feet into the air then on some: mystic night in May in June and again in July 'rze(' i
I' irunlolds: hundreds of blooms with their rare unearthly beauty.;ltN -nuil l : '
I, ucauty of such transcend ;lcy t they strike the bonolder with I I S
j i encourage others as they travel 1 J
awe. their respective pathways of lifo.i i j
I I As the scarred and calloused fingers of a Chinese jade j { S
11 I can; stop one t
;j carver hold delicately the exquisite -)It I from breaking, I shall nut And I
1 of his art so do- '
: live in vain: I
this have
I have planted way
the ugly cacti offer tentatively, If life the aching j
j three l I can ease one -
J and in the darkness of night the borne<< flowers i > i I Cal l I ,
months. Give plenty of water the
,1 J r rare unearthly beauty of their. t or cool one pain !
lirst few weeks after that! forget I
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bloom. i I Or help one fainting robin
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J them; they'll find their way. I -
To stand beside this Cactus! You may raise them in huge ;i Unto his nest again. I j !\
t e4! with intense joy and watch the' tubs on your sun porch in north- i I shall not live in vain." :' I S
I'I'I I !' Some the Night yuu l ;
,1 I delicate flower leaves unfold ern < .' from nine to midnight by the ]I I please, they grew tail quickly. Cereus is a native of the West :: \
i. -j light of the tropical Key West {i i Cut off the lop spine and place Indies others of-Madagascar re- when
Moon, is to be privileged,: and !fin another tub. Twenty to thirty gardless of its nativity it is superlatively others II
i J blessed, for verily we have the I fl feet in height is middle age for beautiful and will The
wealth of the gift of sight Shall !, these plants. tha is in Rev West. linger long in the memory of
I Ii I not the heart which has received |I In the silent solitude of my the seeker of beauty. It will re- In
the Power by recalls visions fresh and j i (
soumuch trust room, fond memory renew you.
t which it lives? May it not quit its I I I of the Queen of flowers the If your heart is attuned and !' .
:' 'greed for gold and listen to the I'I indescribably heavenly beauty of you have learned to live with And .:
: .soul I that has guided it so tEe Moon Goddess; lor this exoc- silence, in solitude, the flowers i
;J !I .and taught it so much, secure 1)(1[ tic'' bloom is truly queen of all have tender, soul stirring storiesto l And .
..I, I the future will be worthy ] 1 lowers. The stalk consists of attached tell you.
.i I ". the past? Oh friend fear snake-like spines that We go to bars and sit many ;,
I cha 1
r' naught.. Many: are blind, )'(>:1.1'Ii crawl on stone fences up trunks hours sipping drinks because we
_i many who have eyes. j I of trees or clamber over the night ,
are bored:! with life and dare not bloom
:t "Thrice lovelier shine the !]I sides of Key West homes. ; be .alone. We seek* companion July. 1
things that last. j i j i These produce an immense'white ship: few of us actually like whatwe from
:, The things that are more I' flower with pale yellow drink. wander about the the |
\ r excellent," I: shadings, and to see them by the island of Key West day or night ter i j: : .
: The full blooms are unlAliev- ,! light of a bright moon 4s to see and you will find exoctic beautyin ingly l''
ably exquisite and one's heart':' the glorification of 'Mother Na- full blaze and surely 5E'e'scenes i '

responding will feel a keen inspiration ture. How often has the writerin of heavenly beauty to ve I i .
,t as joy and an overwhelming humble gratitude gazed intently b} -.- : patriot
: pride. swell within. Never and with reverence at : ,
shall you forget the beauty of these lovely blooms expressed j : "
: the,! scene once your precious his prayer of gratitude for sight i :
eyes have gazed in rapture at (God I'm grateful). Far too many j physIcist
: these rnagnUK-ient: flower in full think that money is all .that matters _
majestic bloom At midnight it on earth. Tis true its very I
displays its fullness eight inches 1 necessary! but man cannot live 1 i , .
a\-ass. snow-white, with golden'' by bread alone. One's soul needs :
4 tinged stamens: Each dainty leaf looks and fels like a silk feather,|I man was given to him to developand .
and,,'somewhat resembles the wa- store within visions! of beau- !;
: telily in all its glory. -, ty for the feeding of his souL !
now ,intensely thrilling and Many are sightless who have !: L j its From
beautiful life can be amid the I Iexortie eyes. }, r part? proud heritage. |
beauty of this: Utopia we. There are many members of. >e ,
Ky Wester live in? i i.How the Cactus family and all are i 'i. his small} Philadelphia print- $y

exalted one's thoughts ;beautiful fragrant and nocturnal > '
how aljs/ying.. to the -emotions it's well worth staying nr/laie. : to :
such transcendency! 'I watch them Tum oidJh g-"theip | I toI I I.f I ing shop to the giant modern g

"Be happy thou, and bless i blooms. In Cactus Terrace on Di- I t
Hi* name. j, vision street Mr. Joe Zorsky has '! tof p of skilled craftsmen &
By whom such marvelous hundreds of members of the Cacti f ? plants today,
; _, beauty ("arne- family., and during May, June ) llIIIt9111UIIIIlUIJ1111UllIlUIgIII11AIIIUUIV'j
and July his yards are a veritable t have striven
x Sunsets over Key West are a Garden, Eden'on nights when ;, continually
x i glorious, inspiring t
sight. At dusk
d these unearthly Beautiful flow- !' 7 i
the radiant' Sun ever bright and ,
'I' (cheerful seemingly drops into ers. hold full sway. I for improvement' and perfec- .S '
the It is said the day blooming
i shimmering jade
green waters -
is no of the twilight Gulf of on Mexico.this Island There!I and flowers bees,,are and for the:the night butterflies blooming S'Et:4 ; lion in the technical art of Jf

City. I flowers for the moths; from careful : ,
observation I ''think this is.:
When the mantle of night falls printing
correct t tI tI !
and darkness coven the earth, :: '
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the night blooming Cereus unfolds I I On this beautiful enchanted ; : ,
flowers .
blossom .
its many only ', :
pure e
;'in the darkness :.of night and : .o ''e. ,
an4 by midnight has reached ,its i !t. .
zenith then for j Mother Nature being a prefecI ( tb1 .; ' :. I 'S
; six !short hoursit "" >>: ,
I I tionist arranges ,conditions. to : .< '
nourishes ;I
it looks ,
as ,
on man I take care of all her creations. .t \*. /- -;: ; i ,
and his ,
deeds; ere the dawn oft Poor N-! : ..._ ,. '
4 a new day arrives it perishes,, j man he seeks only ; , ., .
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jl and finds [ gold..He cannot take it with him | .p : ,; ... ,
i. one it on the parent 1 t .. :'W.zl\ l
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plant looking like a jet black \it predominates : L : ,r . ,
| piece of coal shriveled and dead j and he is its slave.I I II I I I .. "', ...... ' ..'.-.."t.:''t,.." > .... "" .
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I Each year this type of Cac- years of age who spend every TRAINING I Navy men ride ;
I tus produces the Cactus Pear moment of their. lives gathering wire rope during training at Portsmouth, 1
some years many, other :years a gold. To what avail? iI j jI in hauling CUDS in sections across' wire
i' few. In Mr. Jerry Trevor's back I Give flowers even to your self !
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was about six inches long six to that turn aside into unfrequE'ntI! I I quality printing.
:- ten inches in circumference' I I ed lanes where the deep woods I
melon shaped and a lovely shade I I have harbored tne fragrance of I full benefit of long experience
of maroon. They are used for !,, many a blossoming season. Here
salads but the white meat cannot ,;: the light {filtering through perfect I ;
be ronsideted a delicacy for forms arranges itself in lovely -
few like it. I I| patterns for those who perceive I .I'
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.SUBRON FOUR, WINS 'I THE BEAUTY BOWL. I 1 1Q Convention Battles Will .' -" '. \ .

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Men Oprf'3If'l.l t s'a ( L --- i By ALEXANDER R. GEORGE
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a Atomir Romhers! While! t i i is expected the national? -
YANKS.. )DEFEAT) INDIANS I W.\S -Sharp battling at = ,
; 'AS7" .if. F4.r..rQ/fI.
*> Dairymen Took One ----...... political} conventions, but the doing3 will bo docile compared .

I '-;'::::' I II with gun-toting powwows of early years. : 1

"Front Ramblers BRAVES: TIED FOR LEAD ,I ; Back' in 1856 when the Republicans held their First;!nosefnating i

The Sub-Ron Four won their!, ,, I! convention in Philadelphia delegates form the far west

third straight game of the sea- i *r Motion. Snares Two From i came east by stage coach. carried long rifles' to ward oft Indians

'fon by defeating the Atomic I i and mountain lions. It took some: of them seven'weeks

Bombers 9-5 in the second game I How They Stand Cincinnati: Reds 1 ; Athletics ) to make the trip to the convention city.

I "of a doubleheader at the Army ,.,..,.Sal
I i ; Split Pair With iiI.i. t
i Baracks yesterday afternoon. I / tI I The controversy ever extension of slavery was at shooting ,

I handed, In the opener, Adams Dairy I!I Florida.litternational I I Browns! I I II tI i stage in "Blood Kansas.** Rival factions: had captured towns l \
the Ramblers their third
Baseball League' and burned house
'My T.c A_..... PrrMI
( third straight loss with 10-7 j Club- I '
a W. L !I
Pct. NEW YORK JUNE 14-New h I An abolitionist senator! from Massachusetts said: ""Presi- .

victory. !I: Havana 42 23 ..652I ;) York Yankees blasted the league- e I dent Pierce goes to the Democratic convention: with the light
Although Adams : Tampa 40 25 ..615i '
Dairy only
I: Sl. leading Cleveland Indians, 5 to 3. 1 II of the turning dwellings cf Kansas Hashing upon; his bruen
connected for two hits, they took I i Petersburg 36 32 529 yesterday; while the Philadelphia w..r. Ii I "
advantage of the Ramblers' loose (I t Lakeland _ 34 34 .500
Miami! Beach 33 34 A93 Athletics were splitting

,fielding and pitcher's wildness. I Miami _ __ 31 36 ..463 with the St. Louis Browns, 5 to 7 I. ..... i A Democratic newspaper called a rival publication which
The Ramblers committed 10 er- t West Palm Beach 29 37 .439 and 3 to 1. r "had assailed Presidential Possibility lame Buchanan: "A

rors, and the three hurlers that 1, Fort Lauderdale 21 46 .313 The Detroit Tigers won two I'know-nothing, lying. Black Republican: journal" ,

'paraded to the mound contributed f:games from the Washington Senators I Gen. John C. Fremont of California. Mexican war veteran

10 free passes. I Club-Island City Baseball W.League L. Pet (t The, 9-3 Boston, 92. Braves climbed_ PLAN LAYOUT CfOvrDGCR I II' :2nd Indian fighter, was nominated for presidnt by Republican

The Ramblers scored four runs SubRon Four . 30 1.000 back into a tie with the National TFArK;., I' delegates who shouted: "We'll go for Fremont He grappled
in the first inning on four hits :1 i Bomber .22 .500 League leaders yesterday when I with the grizzly beer and h? baat the! Indians. He can lick the j j'I
and two errors. I Adams Dairy 22 .500, they snared two from the Cincinnati I j 'I slave-drivers." ,

Adams Dairy tallied twice in Ramblers 0 3 .000.. Reds, 8-7 10-5. The Chi- !I _.__ i The 1856 Democratic convention assembled in Cincinnati
sago Cubs won from the Brooklyn I I Ita the roar of the Empire Club's artillery. Ths Thomas Benton ,
the second frame hit bats-
on a
Baseball f Dodgers 3-1, while the New TO THE WELL-KNOWN Orange BowL Gator BowL Rcse BowL Sugar BowL etc. is now added I I Delegates from Misouri. excluded from the convention hall !
man, a walk, and two errors. Major LeaguraAMERICAN York' Giants
were splitting two a new one: the BEAUTY BOWL. located at Jacksonville Beach. Fla. This amphitheater, shown 1 mocked down the doorkeepers to:: gain entianca.j .
added another in the fourth with the St Louis
They Cardinals. The above where the Miss Florida Beauty Pageant will be staged. was designed by the well-known I j "Bowie, knives and revolvers were brandished but no great

on an error, two walks, and a Club'W." L. Pet.'scores: architectural firm of Harrje & Associates and is being built especially for this event It will seat I harm was done" a newspaper reported. j jI
wild Cleveland _ AMERICAN LEAGUE
pitch.In H' 31 14 '.689 R. II. 4.0CO people and will afford each spectator a clear view and a comfortable seat. With the more By 1860 the nation was on the verge oi civil war. Chicago
the fifth 3 walks, 4 Philadt'lphia.31 20 .608 E. I!
and a hit gave them 6 runs errors, and New York .. 28 21 .571 -New York ... .. .58 "3' than twenty entries each representing a Florida city vieing for the title of Miss Florida it prom. !, "young Babylon of the west." was j jammed with visitors to the :..

( the ball game.i Detroit __ _26 25 .510 Cleveland 3 10 0 ises to truly be one of the outstanding bowls of them alt I Republican convention-bearded men in tail hats long coats ': ,

In the nightcap, Subron Four Washington 24 22 .462; Feller, Bearden and Megan;I _.. and black boots. Women in poke bonnets shawls and hoop?
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blasted 13 hits off G. Diaz as they Boston . _'_ ,-22 26 .458 Lopat Page and BE'rra.I I I skirts.While
walloped the Atomic Bombers St Louis 119 29 .396 the followers of William H. Seward. the leading can
95.The Navy boys tallied three Chicago NATIONALClub . 13 31 .295 I I First Came R.ILEI lI i iI i iI DeWitt Roberts Tops Hitters | City Recreation .I didate, staged a fancy parade in Chicago's streets Abraham.

four times hits in and the an second error.inning on W. L. Pet I Detroit Washington . 9 3 14 6 1 I t And Hancock Leads Pitchers Program I

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I New York 27 21 .563 Trout and Swift: Judson. "
The Bombers picked up a run I S' r t
Boston 27 21 .563. Thompson:; (""Candini W..JterrIJth.1lIarrist I 1 ,
in their half of the second when ,
26 22 ..542I
Dee Roberts tripled, and scoredon Pittsburgh and Early. ; .-.
I St. Louis 20 23 .531 I ; Circuit SOFTBALL
I i In Class A9 Softball !
Diaz's single. They took the ,
Philadelphia 26 25: .510 Second Game Bayriew Park. Night
lead the third
in frame on two II
Brooklyn . 21 25; .457 R. 11. E.| TONIGHT-
one singles infield Casado's out. long triple, and j I Cincinnati 23 28 .451 Detroit 9 12 0- HATTING AND PITCHING'\r First Game-Naval Hospital vs } i Y t #

Chicago 19 30 .388 Washington 271 ; I I VX-1 Flyers.
SubRon Four took 5-4 lead
a I 000SATURDAY'S Trucks :and Wagner Wynn and Second l Game-SubRon 4 v.
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in the fifth on a walk, a single RESULTSFloridaInternational I. Evans. RECORDS RELE.tSEDI] Two Softball Bob's Sport Shop. ftJI
and Huffman's triple. I I :

The Bombers tied it up in the Tampa 3. Miami 'Beach 1. I I I-I' ISV' .OFFICIAL, I SCOREKEEPER -! Tilts !''I'' TUESDAY First Game--Elks Cluh \>: Kan-
sixth Tonight I
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on an error singles by
I Miami 10, St. Petersburg: 6. | R. II. It .lor's !Men'' ; Shop. '
Gabe Lastres and Diaz. West Palm Beach' 6, I.akE'- St. Louis 7 15 O I I I I Second Game Adams Dan.

Huffman's In the seventh single, two errots the Sub-and land 0.Fort. Philadelphia 5 9/? .DeWittj;. iRobnts. ,gee Bo )'s: The first game of a Softball vs. VFW.THURSDAY 4
gave 1 LauJerdale :at Havana, Shore. Biscan, Carver and Par- doubleheader scheduled for Bay- -

Ron Four. the lead once again.They postponed, rain. '_ tee; BiLs&ie. Potter.llarrist.. ..aodRosar. Spurt Shop performer. .tops the' view Park tonight wilt bring to- firstG l -Kanlor's Men'sShopvs. YJ.! 2w
put the sme on ice in the League'' .-- I" lit t Relhtr Naval Hospital and VX-1:f. _Naval tfospita)
ninth when scored three I batters., in the Class "A" Softball i
they <. .1
Cleveland 7New York 5-4. Flyers. Winner of this battle'I Second Game-- ;SubRon v: 1

times on a walk ,an error,: and Chicago 5, Boston 3. Second Game f League, with -a mark: of+, .528, ac-'i will go into third place in theClass : Adams Dairy.- ,
triples. by McCann and Font I Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2. R. If. E. "B" League and the loser'1 FRIDAYI -
B >x sows: Detroit 4, Washington 1. Philadelphia 350 cording to records released! : today will drop into the cellar. Henson'I First Game-Elks Club vs. VX- II L

FIRST GAME. National League St Louis . 1 7.)... Official is expected to face Martin on the,i I Flyers.
Adams DairyPlayer I Cincinnati 3-11, Boslop 29. Scheib tnd: Guerra; Stephens by Storekeeper Pedro mound. i i I Second Game--VFW v* Bob's ""ASMOKE: FILLED ROOM"-This print from the 80s suggest |
R New York 1, St Louis 5. and 1 M'e!,;. Aguilar. i SubRon 4 will tackle the Bob's' Sport Shop.JUNIOR '
Coile-ro, If 4 0 0 2 0 ot' '! that politics is pretty much the tame as ever.
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Sport Shop in a Claw A League:
Villart'al. 2b-p 40 I 4 Taking; 36 trips to the plate De- !!
postponed, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE second gamp. The upandfighting i SOFTBALLt
Valdez, Ib 1 1 0 12 I | Lincoln's managers packed the! big convention hall with rOoters -
21 Brooklyn at ChicagQ, postponed First Game Witt came up with 19 hits and Sub boys. under Pancho Hu rita -: Bayview Park. Afternoon *
John 4 1 0 0 t the Rail
p-2b for
Lewis Splitter
rain. R. n. E.I !I the Arizona Mexican will give;: and Morning
Sand, 3b 2 1 1 0 scored 15 runs.
Boston 8 15 0 the Sportsmen a real ball game. i Daily play. 1
Griffin, 3b 4 2 0 2 2 Cincinnati 7 15 11 The averages, which include Hancock is slated to face O'Neilas Every vote for Lincoln brought tremendous cheering. On
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M. Ingraham d 2 2 0 0 0 Softball 1 LeaguesClass i the first ballot Seward led Lincoln by 71 votes but Lincoln
Spahn Shoun, Hogue Sain : games up to Friday. June 11. inclusive the rival: pitchers. !
Mt'an., ss 0 3 0 1 1 "A", Masi: Peterson, Gumbert, RarrenslX'I'ger. -j follow: i ii I I TENNIS: picked up 75 en the second ballot and Seward gained only IlL
Turner, rr 2 0 0 0 0 Park. Afternoon
Club- W. L. Pct. Wehmerer and Lama : Bayview Lincoln 2'i votes short of ..a
I The third ballot showed only
I i Player AB R H Avc. Onc- linuc and
G. Lewis, rf 1 0000 Bob's Spurt Shop11 1 .917 nno. > { I Nighti
- - [ Baker, VFW 332 .667 i r j Daily play. majority.
Vets of Foreign Wars 6 5 .543:; I I! of Ohio stood his chair and said: **I
Carter on
Totals- 2-1 10 2 21 11 47 .364 Second Game 1 Roberts, BSS 36 15 19 ..528I i Delegate .
Ramblers Adams SubRon Dairy 4 _-_-___ 2 10 .167 R. H. E.I I I C. Albury BSS 13 3 7 .538 '; SPORTS QUIZ SKATING I rise to announce the change of four votes frcm Mr. Chase to
AB R II PO A Calero. AD Abraham Lincoln. ,
Mayer- : 442 .500
Class -u- Boston 10 12 0 : I Bayview Park. Night I
Solomon ss 5 1 2 I 0 Club- W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 590 ,I\ G. Lewis, AD 2 I I .500 ;1 1. Who won the Indianapolis I FRIDAY-

Rodriguez, If-p-lb 4 I 2 0 0 Elks Club . 8 3 ..727Kantor's Piemlergast.! Bickford Shoun I| J. Villareal. BSS 39 20 19461 speedway classic this year'! !I 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. A large charcoal picture of Abe was displayed in the gal-

JI..nnqllt'z, 3h 4 I 1 I 33iligginbotham Men's Shop 6 5 .545 and Salkekl; Black well. Fox and i I I F. Matthews, S4 793 .423 ,:! 2. Who won it In 1947! i lery. One hundred guns were fired from the roof of the Fre-
1 I 4 0 O'Neil S4 24 10 10 ..416J. '
Ib-p 4 7 .364 said "The union is sun-
A Richmond :
Naval Hospital Lamann" I 3. What movie starlet did the BASEBALL mont house. newspaper
D"n, 3 1 1101 Mira. BSS 30 9 12 .400 I|
c . 47 "
VX-1 Flyers - 'r winner spurn at the finish thisyear' i Municipal Stadium. Afternoon dered. .
I 2 0 S4 S 0 2100'
O. Ingr..han1. 2h 3 1 .36"1 Bailey
First Game II Who met last lear's winner for presidential nomina-
i SUNDAY- The longest contest a Republican
Prre7 d 2 0 0 2 1 Fallon, VFW 37 8 13 .378
R. H. E.
In twenty years of the with a Hollywood reward! I To he announced. tion was at the 1880 convention when dark horse James A. Garfield -
Joie Lewis rr 4 0 0 0 O. Hugues, S4 16 5 C375:
century the Cacraccns or Arabsronqut'rt'd New York 8 16 0 ,'i 4. When is the Louis-Wolcott! Barracks. Afternoon break deadlock be-
Army the 36th ballot to a
Hernandez. BSS 24 7 .375 was chosen on
c.,... p-U 3 1 0 1 1Totals I and converted to Islam St. Louis 7 13 2 9
: trout'THE
Walker, BSS 19 7 7 .368 j SUNDAY tween Gen. Grant and James G. Blaine. Grant's backers were
Egypt, Syria Mesoptamia.1 Poat Jansen<< Lee Hartungand I .
:- 31 7 8 21 61 I DrE' 'ht'E'n. Downen. 54 31 9 11 .354 i: Tu be smnounccd.I trying to nominate him for a third term.
Persia, and even a part Livingston; < ANSWERS: ;
Score by innings: R. II- Burk.1 i Iliggmbotham AD 17 5 6 .332
India. I hart. Pullet, Dickson, I 1. Mauri Rose.
Adams 020 160 1-10 2 E'I|: Garagiola. Casado, BSS. 33 13 11 .333: 2. Mauri Rose. I TODAY) I IN HISTORY The second longest Republican contest was at the 1320

Ramblers 400 021 07 8 101 j jEirois I Bennett. If 5 0 I 5 1 Hopkins. VFW 21 8 7 .333:'I /,! (Know America) convention when dark horse Warren G. Harding was nom
Villaieal. Sands 2. Griffin -' I Barber, BSS 22 5 7 .318
: 41224Totals Game Landis. leaders in "a smoke-filled
Maynard, ss Second inated on the 10th ballot. Republican
1775 The Continental Con-
Means 2. Solomon 2. Rodriguez .. .. R. H. E. C. Valdez, VFW 29 12 9 .310' 4. June 23rd. I authorizes- the enlistmentj hotel room" picked Harding to break the deadlock among the
Dion 6. Casa; runs battedin .. Santana, BSS 30 15 9 .300: gress
41 9 13 27 17Bomaers St. Louis. 370 of riflemen for candidates. Gen. Leonard Wood. Frank Lowden of
of leading
Henriquez, Stenger, S4 30 9 9 .300 i j ten companies
: Sands. Solomon _ 260 I
I, New York -- u :More than 40 per rent of Americans ; one years service-birth of the Illinois and Hiram Johnson of California.
Dion: two-base, hits: Rodriguez.lIf'nnqut.z .: Player AB R II PO APaso Munger.' Dickson. Brecheen and VFW-Veterans of For- i over 10 years old buy dailynewspapers. ; United States Army. I _
: stolen bast: -,: Villa- . ,2 1 1 2 3 Hansc-n and eign Wars.
2b Rice: Kotlo. I 1777 Stars
real. Valdt-z. John Lewis. Griffin.!I Casado cf 4 I 1 5 0 rum. w"St-1 BSS-Bob's Sport Shop. I I j and -Congress the adopts national flag. The biggest split in the Republican party came at the 1912
I I Stripes as
),1. Ingraham. Rodriguez Perez Acevedo. ss: 4 0 0 5 4 AD-Adams Dairy. Hernandez, B. Villareal. G. Lewis! convention. It was a fight over the seating of rival delegatesfor

Higginbotham: sacrifice hit: Dion; :I. Roberts c . . 4 2 2 2 3 I First Game S4-SubRon 4.Miscellaneous. I I J. Garcia F. Tyncs and Stenger. ,i Flag 1846 Day.-Historic Bear Flag Revolt I President William H. Taft and Theodore Roosevelt

left on bases: Ramblers 9. Adams G. Lastres, 3b 3 0 I 2 R. H. E. I in CaliforniaI When the balloting started. 344 accredited Roosevelt delegates -

5; struck out: by Casa 4. by Rodriguez I Diaz. p 3022Sanchez Philadelphia 8 11 3 Records I I Pitchers Records | 1&93-(50 years ago) U. S. abstained from voting in protest against the loss of other

2. by Higginbotham 3. by 1 I rf 4 0 1 0 Pittsburgh .. . 7 9 3 Most times at: bat-Jack Villa-1:, Pitcher W. L. I Marines fight Spanish at Guata- I delegate seats. Taft was nominated on the first ballot

John Lewis 3, by Villareal 1: bases A. Lastres. Ib ,4 0 1 9 01 i t Dubiel, Huesser, Heintzelman real: 39. Abston 38. 'I I Hancock 6 0 1 namo Bav. Roosevelt followers held a separate convention! in a nearby

on balls: off Casa 6. off Rodriguez Torres If 3 I 000 and Lakeman: Higbe, Chesneyand Most runs scored-Jack Villa-i; Arias 1 0; 1917-First Division. A. E. F_ I, hall that evening and nominated the Rough Rider as the Bull .

2, off Higginbotham 2.hits off zCasa 1 0 0 0 0 Fit7g(>ra ''I[ real 20. Acevedo 16, Roberts 15. ,I Roberts 5 1 leaves New Yoik for France Moose candidate for president. The spilt enabled! the Democratic
Villareal 1 : t
John Lewis 3. off I I
Santana 15. Harris 3 1
first American soldiers to leave .
Woodrow Wilson to win taoily.'crets
off Casa 1 in 4 innings off Rod- Totals 32 5 9 27 13 I I Second Game Most hits-Roberts 19. Jack Viii ,is. Griffen 4 6 for Europe in World War 1. acndidate
riguez I in 1/3 innings off Higeinbolham zFIied out for Torres in 9th. R. H. E.i ilaieal 19. 'i O'Neil .. 24 1919-Caot. John Alcuck and ._ -' ---- --- --.-- ---

0 in 2 2/3 innings off I F[ Score by innings: R. II. E. Pittsburgh n' _ nh 9 12 0{t Most two-base hits-Santana 5,! F. Tynes 23 Lt. Arthur W. Brown British flyers -i' to an international author-
John Lewis 7 in 6 innings, off Vii-I I SubRon 030 020 103-9 13 1 Philadelphia 273 j I Slenger 4. Roberts 4. Means 3. Valdez :: -:, . 01 leave Ncffoundland on firstnon..trJP ity in which no one nation could BROADWAYCIGAR
lareal 1 in 1 inning: wild pitches [ Bombers 013 081 000-5 9 6 I I Riddle and Kluttz: Rowe. Erick- I Downen 3. Porter 0 1 flight across the Atlan- exercise a veto.

: Casa 2. Rodriguez 2: passed I| Errors: Stenger, Paso. Roberts, son Bicknell. Nahem and Semin- i Most three-base hits-Iliggin- I Turner 01 tic. I 1H7-: resident Truman formally -

ball: Dion 2. Griffin; hit by I,I G. Lastres, Diaz. A. Lastres 2; ick. |I botham 2, Roberts 2. Walker > 0 1;; 1929-Three youths in three signs: peace treaties with STORE
pitcher: bv Casa (Ingraham) by I runs batted in: McCure. Ml-Cann.1 I I Most home runs-Jack Villareal Miscellaneous: 4 different! localities shot to death/ ,Italy.I Rumania. Hungary andI
Higginbotham (Sands). by Villa- i,I Huffman 2, Fonte, | R.II.E. 4. Fallon 2, Roberts 2. '!! Griffen has pitched innings; by federal prohibition agents for (I Bulgaria.I 61O( Duval Street
real, (Perez): losing pitcher: Rod- !sado 2. Acevedo. Diaz 2; three- i j: Chicago: 390! Must stolen bas 'S-C. Valdez 6.I Roberts.: Hjnoick.;; 36\O'Neil,alieeed liquor dealings.1933Threeyearold.

riguez; winning pitcher: John base hits: McCann. Huffman. Brooklyn 140 Santana 6. Acevedo 5. E. Mat- ; 44: F. Tynes. 36: Hairis.9i\ : F. ; Insult in- I Ottawa the Canadian capital.

Lewis: umpires: Villareal and Al-of :, Fonte, Casado.! Roberts: stolen I I| Schmitz :and Scheffing; Hatten! I thews 4. J. Lewis 4. Batton 4. I I I Tynes. 30.Pitchers. j ventilation ends in acquittal. I'didn't become Ottawa until 185I' -'. COMPLETEBASEBALL

bury: scorer :Castancda: time ,,1 bases: Bennett: G. Lastres. Diaz. and Hodges. i I Most sacrifice hits-IngrUiam :i with the most strikeouts -; 1941-Axis assets in the United '[ before that it was known as Bv-

game: 205. I'!I Paso; double plays: McCure to:: I 3. J. Lewis 2. B. Villareal 2. Ar- -Roberts 36. Griffen 32,States frozen.1942Birthday. I'town. alter a Buti-h: O>l-,ni..l..
SECOND GAME :! Fonte to Stenger. Maynard to I PARTY CLASSESTake thur 2.Most. I:I I O'Neil 22. of the Wo- John Bv

SubRon Four '\ Fonte to Stenger. Bennett to I times struck out-Abiton:! Pitchers with the most baseson men's Army: Corps (Wars) SCORES
Pla't'r- An R 11 PO A'McCm' i Fonte, Diaz to Acevedo to A. Las- some ordinary glasses" 10 Ingraham 8. Sands 6. Castro balk O'Neil 61. Griffen 57.i 1943--Ruling of the U. S. Su- I i
('. 3b 4 2 I 1 5, trc s; struck out: by Smith 1. by that can be found in the ten cent 5. Acevedo 5, Temple 5. 1 Biemmer 21. Roberts 21. F. Tynes prvnte Court that public schoolchildren That Good
Smith p 4 1 1 0 3 Diaz 3; bases on balls: off Smith store and dress 'em up. Use nail Most times walked-Jack Villa- \ 18. Hancock 10. ; cannot be compelled tosalute Your Grocer SELLS POPULAR BRANDS of

Mi..Cann, rf 5 1 2 1 0 2. off Diaz 3: hit by pitcher: by polish to mark them with personalized "- real 13. C. Valdez 13. Acevedo 12.i i Pitchers who have allowed the the flag if conflicting with STAR BRAiVDSSSSB
llolldbroxk rf 0 0 0 0 0' Smith (Diaz): losing pitcher: nX'SSlges.hWe," "You Castro 11. Topkins 11, Santana 11,most earned runs-Grifien 31, their reliafous beliefs. Cigars and Cold

Huffman, .r 5 0 2 0 0 Dia: winning pitcher: Smith; and "Us" are good individual labels Higginbotham 9. I i! O'Neil 33. Tynes 23. Bremmer 19.i I 1944--Germans furiously counterattack COFFEE) I

Sh'ngt'r; Ib 4 2 I 10 1 :1 umpires! : Albury and! Villareal; : to prevent drinking glasses i Players who have not been: Harris 14. I HanoK-k 19. Roberts 7.i Allied invasion front. I Soft Drinks

Fonh'. 2b 5 1 2 6 2Vet. .! !scorer: Castaneda; time of game: from getting switched around at I struck out to date--Jack Villa-,I, Turner 7. Arias 3. Walker! 6. Valdez -I} IS 15-Bernard M. Barurti fubrruti I II I -Try A Pound Today-'

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;:' OLYMPIC I VILLAGE I This view looking: down' a walk shows the Up of building
:*:; which will house competitors in London's Olympic tames. Ornamental gardens smh as the: one
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The life span of an ant fre- A cabin built of drift 1 lo;,' So
Saves One, mien reaches laears.. unusually years ago; still} stand at a pail I
long for an insect in Boise Idaho.

** :', One Dies ......................... i
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MANCHESTER'. Me,-\\ith her BICYCLESRepaired HOME:
I lunuse ablaze Mr John L., Child i
twice ..rc-cntercd the burning CALL WALTER BEE6E ,
rjouse. in an effort to reach he.hah and RentedAlso Associate of Fred Dion. Realtor,!',
>, adic Jean. Her son, Jogfpn3 in Stock-NEW 524 Southard Street. Phone 166
toddled; after her.MrSt !'
,.. Childs was foic-d. to turn. IHiaCLhS! TRICYCLES i
btM-k from smoke fnlcd MmCHcHkine .-
'to carry Joseph to s jftyAThc <' -I. r
t,: third time. the bov stay- anti SKATE "Buy In Key Jr.-sin
[ (rt bvjide} but by then the stairs NATIONALLYADVERTISEDCLOPAY
t'Cjp: ::ryt t.QU. Overseas Cycle Store i I I

tttfsins';;The11 baby, dead body of aj-phyxiation was found in. .320...Division......Su.......Phone.....1380... c R.
?'.C )l4w'a' the Canadian tapilulliasabout :. DRAPES (For Living rooms orBed .7
: 200,OQO people in a 900 OFFICE )
I ,Square;"mile' area designated as Roberts)) SVltItLiES 98C Per Pair *f
ifco'jedcral district. In the U. S.
126 Duval Street Phone 250 '
800.000 people in the I Beautiful Color Assortment
mrjfpthan. !' I
TjwtHct, ot Columbia crowd into 11sir OVRGREETING
99 quarc miles. CARDHEI'ARTMEl'.T I
: (Curtains for Your Kitchen)
o i "w r
*':average Swiss citizen cats I rj 59c Per Pair

i 'ab ittt;18.pounds of cheese a viar Eaton -KEY WEST: ((5)) This One{ Thins v, for CEIJTAIN: :

: Slat -
" over 3 1i,i,123 Dural Street Phone\ 1043!

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t..'..,.... .. Everything: to Please Feminine Tact / ----

t I I ,'_ 'ft.Targel''The New Specialty

x Wk Pistol I LEON
: Itri.1 Ye : u Shoppe
:;.. ul. . "83f.
TRADER "The Store of Beautiful Lingerie

.71|'Dural SL Phone 1000 619 Dii,{ riioM: 1339SUMMER : : :. : BOTH MAKE LOCAL NEWS! !

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:r ore

Brilliant! .
IIt '- : For ]local( news is not) confined( alone to llmse I!: column of l the paperhil'h

t I .j ;) PAINT4iI w nte4 CLEARANCE SALE i deal with t court fines, and( firsc, \\'cddings l and[ ::wrls c\'nIs. In the adxerlisemenls [ -

of local merchants, the price of[ et'tf rr:%' .Ule iulter. .(or Iamb do: ts..ts of

1i ir's 11.Iltl,111; ; :, l on 'in- Looking' F'ur
here 1",,. trc.' Jut ill lunr fur tininin $
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i f user itnnlitin. I'rirrv uri ilni' linillrf. I timely) j importance\( and( interest to I the :shopping; ;j; hOllscwi' r c.

ilim'iL, nothing' laid Intel This; ill II :fill" ..
iinbcnlublv/ uilintiinr uiul See:::
Itel4c type Sale Starts 91.. M.
;il .ALUMINUMPAINT !And to( other. 1'[,dL[ 'I'S'--11' IeFe and( whal to buy, a :sale of ineifs sport shoes 1 $

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U.. h Ovt..... mA I...... BLOUSES SKIRTS or 51-gaugc; nylons tangible merchandise; ; and :SCTVIITS; :available.! l t .all t this is ;

,* .__ A..... W.,.., twit .
'.. 0.. CMI C."... M.I.I. From . . . SJOO From . . $400PANTIES local $
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t ti i-::i it,1 s|hI\L; From . . 5393 .whrn yon 1 I read! )onr CJTlXli'X[ foday for news of Key \We' *.!ty .I1,1 Iso fi3

}I 55.15 51,65ul 2 (for $100SLIPS >..4JnH.|{ Nairn- read! its ad\erlihing( ('I1 lllllll. Read: ( them (carcfiillj! -, and[ then buy lI locally, .

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( BROS.() : sl'l..l\l.:(; 1S200

Cor. Fleming and Elisabeth Sts. From . . 2 for JOO $
: IMIONK: 2.1 \I l lI lf li ll i i The Key West Citizen i

Other Items Mot 1 ) MentionedBe 1 ( i

Sure To Drop In and Look Around

IMT I OUR STY/Kfc:--Sf.f.: : 7'lit: .Mi:If '''">r.s' .i i

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