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 15, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
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v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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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 ( Place of Publication )


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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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This summa Mnroe County; COURTIIOUSE; 11KL ,

1-1 will have its own sunuiiei school
Sl \ 1 loi\5 MllOOLbI ;
for all teachers There has: been a 'Ii ,

I new development in education i Court; Juuge AquilinoLopci I 1 1t

t ? bur Florida for several summers JL, accepted a repon yes- t f

and this summer the teachers ol It, uay vi ..Ylouloun,,, a feiandju x .x !

''er the Monroe County schools will > v .n WillS 11 LOOK .xvxption: : r

4Id be able to participate through the 10 ,lit: coutitj l.-'UI. Ln"u..c, toe

I 6, forethojghteilness of the Board I County jar tore puuiic seinols.

ol Public Instiuction:: and Superintendent I (W.rephoto g... fads from London) the rue department, tile Municipal -
1 1I. Willard" M. Aloury | noaiptaL.ue .

'JKis new development is called THE DANISH PASSENGER SHIP KJOEBENHAVN u partly submerged in shallow water after : ;;...wiry the courthouse the

a workshop due to the tact i| striking floating World War H mine in the Km:legal off Aalborg. Denmark Friday. About 150 : gianu JUlY said that me attic uiI

s that instead of sitting through : Danes were reported drowned in the disaster. The exploding mine ripped the ship apart and she I 1 I
classes:: and listening to endless t i sank to the bottom in 10 minutes. Only the superstructure remain. above water. The Kjocben- I II I I,: d toe nazaiu; because; ol the :II1.l11- !
lectures age 01 old county retools,, ana
toe teachers work together j I barn was traveling between Copenhagen and Aalborg with 400 passengers.I t,
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to solve some; of the problems rtxumrnenacu action to rig .t tnisOmg .

to the condition tnc ,
that they have found in --- - -- -- -- - --- - -- -- --
helping children of this structure, tne ;grand jury aid it
to make locality SllIUt: i OK IIK.II 'i was ditiicult to keep the jail I + -
satisfactory ildju..tmentto i Of West j'
living I Installation Key SCHOOL .vr IKOM.NG: ;. clean and recommenced the new Ili
Monroe construction of a jaiL It also rev > 4 x
County qualified for I '

,t. .\ '.. .,""I this type their of problems instruction and by .analyzing needs- i Business And Professional BOUDCUILXV VFESt '1 01 ommcnclcd two mattress immediate covets purcaasc lor each

: occupant: ol the jail
MRS. EUNICE WALTERMANabove and presenting them to the StateDep.rtment t1s
In Key Wrest High School son
( ) of Chicago has filed a of Education and requesting -,

1 $2.000.0J0! suit against Myron C. that a Workshop Conference : Women's Club Officers Held electrical to equipment is not up'
to be held in Key West It was:: tnere u no freshwater _
Taylor presidential envcv
decided that Florida State University -. system at the school, theman i T
I the Vatican. on claims that she !t no lire _
should extinguishers in the:
.1 is his illegitimate daughter: Jo, conference sponsor the workshop i I'! A\: nll'HI; SI\"E i: (::1ilkLIII'I' :\.*L chemistry room and virtuallynone ] 'T'i it.

.ept> A .Bennett described as a They have thioughout tic building
Robcit M.KMC.K'i '.I'.I6', III.l.
"frv nd and counsellor ct Tay- C Moon professor of education i'i : ; : :, the grand jury reported.: t
lor. also was named: a defen- at that q All the elementary. schools
university direct the ; .l
i liEUT: i HCJtt:1';. ; : Replies To'Ifnun's
dant in the suit. Mrs. Walter woe kshop. I; : ] were lound to be poorly lighted N

man is the wile of a factory | "We were not only very fm lui i!'i LWl 'III'I'An (: ; Talk with with inadequate playground t 4AP

worker. !I nate to secure Dr. Moon lor the I t virtually no protection tor

'Di ice.tor of the Workshop but !!!I children while playing; or going;;
-- -- ------ :: impressive candlelight. "er- In CttliformaHarold

outstanding people to assist him; voce installed: newly elected officers to and from school. Wtreph!.:., j,4 ', l ,
Maritime 1 i i :\11:'. Martha Willson Peabody V nit Toilet facilities at No. I FireStation
College Nashville of the Key West: Itu..inesIand ( Laubscher manager EGYPTIAN ARMY BUGLERS SOUND CEASE: FIRE
I c :: Tcnn Mrs. ale inadequate and Unsanitary nuts i

M.n lie Faust: East Pennsylvania! Plok.slonollVom n'i Club i of the:Key. West Chamber and the grand jury ref, hem Cairo's historic citadel Friday after Arabs and Jews; accepted .

4 Union : State Teachers College and ata banquet given last night .atf, of .Commerce., wes readIng mended the immediate razing a four week*;...truce!: in their fighunj inPategtuw. *o .*--
.1 AngeredBy Florence Tryon. instructor at Florida L o's restaurant:: i 1-- ''lhi'newspaper today of No 3 Fite-Station. which wa background is the Citidel Mosque built by Mohamed Ali founc

State University", was said ,, Mis Mama Jor-mo. of the Miami when .he came across a found to be badly in need of repair cr of modern Egypt.
today by an interested Irene \ with inadequate facilities,
party. Club. assisted MISS }J
: President
statement Tru
Injunction The staff was carefully chosenso Redstone, also Miami. in the celemomcs by and lights.Al i

i as to meet the needs as ex- by lighting the three : man. the Municipal Hospital the I

piessed by the teachers. These tall centerpiece tapers rcpre! "The President said Cal grand Jury found little to criticizt MAN CHARGED

j .\S Jonl: N 'HIM.SMM n\ wcie given as: Guidance and renting the NatIOnal Federation ifornia weather makes Florida except to rcmaik that 111

Child Development Language of 140000 women. which was weather look like 30 nursing; staff was low and the

.\?> ir E:\I'IHE.HIII': ; Al ts. Resources of Monroe Coun- stalled in 1119.! the International cents, said Laub..cher. "I've number of nurse should be increased .

ty and Florida Materials of Instruction Federation. consisting of 26 countries just sent a wire to a news It criticized the lack ofa WITH RAPE ot

i I'1\(; S'I'1iKFVii.{ HE and the local organizationon dispensing agency stating: resident physician which it

I Dr. Moon was in Key West the strength: of which depends. -When the President *aid placed patients needing; emergency -
( :.\1.1.1:1):I (tuning:: the past few days makingsome : the :successful: operation of state. comes to Key West he is treatment in a sad !plight

final before the workshop national and international federations always pale. Wben he leaveshe I Al the new TRIAL
. plans "I' ir pbvt> County lI.tQK' the TODAY
I II, I Mr ,.._lalra . ".. : it sun browned and more
starts on August! 16. During jury found nothing to call attenbon -
WAblllNGTON. June 1Uangei ;)- this tune he emphasized the im- Miss Redstone:: who is seventh healthy looking. Well bet. MRS. ADA LOU JOHNSON ;t| tit except to state that the
I of stake of maritime that if Mr. Truman is reelected
poitanec of local planning;, and district director of the state fed 43'year-ell: washerwoman: of i management; of the home deserved onion; (..orlMllll. ,'_, ,'::
unions has passed for the he will be right dowp:
piescnt Credit. .
the of the great
importasce not only the ;
eratiun charged each of newly -
St. Petersburg. Fla., shows how
because of injunctions tt'dtwel'c in Key West once more.
natural tesouices but of humanresources. installed officers wIth their 'i The JUry tepoit will be turnedi .\-..lIIh..1t.rr,1: ; s -
obtained in Iew York, Clcxeland ; she studied at her board Dewey Favored
He called atlenlikon to duties as she presented them ironing to the Monroe County commission
and San Francisco, but ".IT I'1.I.1IIiT AT.", ?'A
to fulfil her long.tili.1e ambitionto
of this
the Lich background: area with candles indicating their for study. IM.III In SllwL1..1.! l l4.rll .
leaders deelaied today that -- -- ----- --
union and to the many people who had leadership of club <.rra..'" fog finish high school after onlJ'I;I

the strike) will he called: unless significant: and unusual contribu- the cumins xcar Truman In 6 elementary schooling.; She has To I In RepublicanGovernors'l ;\ Of n.., 11.."t
the union demands ale gi anted, | City I Croup
tions to make. :MivVilheimina. lI lno'(')'. as now; graduated from Gibbs I .
as soon as the injunction: expires. ;I He met with the local planning;: president; Mrs. Mary Lee dia; Hgb; School in St. Petersburg.She Tn;,) .rf (..MoVmrhaiged
The five mal itlme unions in
San Francisco were grumbling committee and with the entire ham. as fi4 vice president; Mi '. Addresses ({On plans to work for a I' iMecl Tonight( PollIIIIMv with rape: m ".ii,
teacher Committees have of with his ,
todax and Harry Bridges. their group. Grave Crosby as second vice I at the University alleged asau'
i been appointed to take care of president: Miss Mane: Haitcl as I Chicago. then establish a school I ned .
leader, in addressing 3,500 of j i Cit..' Commission will hold 1J1 I1 woman oa Slo k i i
(Continued On Page Seven) a
them asserted that the strike is | treasurer; Mrs. Claire Arien as for Negro children in Butts I I regular. meeting tonight SE\"a-:: Hi;: NMLLMlMIM'lhll scant time ago pit unl.tttday .
I recording secretary and :Mrs, Return Ga. I
that will be lal County
coming and it a Trip "
j j The in Circuit ( Kill -
lapaloosa:' I'Marti 1 Leaves HOST MiJer! as corretpoiwlins __ _ _ I commissioners- are ;c.'hedul(1 1:1-: : : '10POLBTSMIUJTII
secretary w,H continue to carrv to consider passage of a Judge AquiB U'I"J[ ..J
I Hi added that ship owneis and | measure that would $3ZJX
UK ixeinment should l )know on the pro;:ram undertaken two" ': \KS 11/1111/ I-1U; ) 1 DraftUp rHCi urc interest and pay : (: \Iun (;.U.I.: IN.I : jury uf 12 mrnThi
1, For' Cuba with the organizationof in maturities due on ,.
( Today[ l years ago ts tbrpol. ;
1. that the ,members tiC the man ; r'Ily onds l : to consider
t the: 1 Kal lub. IIM: ;: \1TUI\1. paymentt.1 I shit . ,
; : I I1 Ut'
time unions have not tieen lull'il J For, [ Final I 1 a retainer fee of S-VX for City ht-armtc v u n" it

to sleep because of the p istpom.- I Iinent Toe Jose :Maili. Cuban fn A fast m..vtng proarain of delightful r rI Allotn Ignatius: Lester. to fight .n. ..lor e.w+oia..4 ......... J I' tin ..(.ern!..r:

I, in the slu-ic oiluai.on Ii *gate :ship. hit Key West Naval iitc--trtininent Mitlertiude under Lauhsthcr the ;NKMKXKO: ) : ,\ :MlMMON I Vole In House the :suit of the Atlas Investment: N. II,--til- i, .;epii:: M .1 I,.iii'i i>'
direction I
will flare up in greater "I 01. lit. Station tins morning::. enroute { ( company former owner" of the !I. < .
completed a delightful/: ban- .\ teen Republican coveiuf a. at Buckle-y.j j i : ?
concluded when the
restraining; back to Havana The Maiti put inhere .. Ca>a Marina for a reduction in :
IC. 71..Sal4 rrrWASIHNt.TON tending Uw !goxiiwrs trinfTtTKC Di'mirc"-" I 1.11 'n ( ;
older becomes: ineffective i iCuplain last night to have her hull ejuct taxes. and ordinance
city that
Paul Ne house. Dolores Lusk I IC> THr. %...rlatr4 Prr.., : June 1::> It an : in !New Hampshire, were : Vtiai' C. R I .oI.. i i. !: I Ibuix. I.
strapped and repainted She A : would,, Vlilliam II
wasa place White
WASHINGTON:' June IS-1 that the pulled today on the aspirants fur bugene I K: ,i'Ri '.,
looking she steamed ->. OailV.I ncw- ship a- :: former emplovec of I the
Faire : President Truman the Republican prcMdcnUal: v.irf II S. < I hPapy
out of the harbor this morn Hams. pupils of Mi-s CcttySill1pson's is scheduled to draft bill will" pass. the house ofrepresentatives Public Works Department an ..
and seven voted forDcwcy Harold Bo.k. n"
i mg school of dance presented make MX stops in Arizona and before it ad annual pension 1 basis: of $13.9& a two for Vaodcnberg and Kinitch1.., is: r
Assumes toe-ballad solos and pan !New Mexico today his to month.
J oinnian( I 1 mined Hawaiian love : way looms t idax'. one each for Taft and StaMCtt. James R Mei i n ing.
a song; in
iWilckToLemc dancing Independence :M-issouri his borne The only wax the final vote ---- The other four Trained from W. Cut i x Jj.. ..

(Of) ( Naval Station[1 interpretative Profuse compliments were town.tonorrow where he u. due to arrive will he carr>ed over till tomor- JCMIS Sanchez; 19, expressing their choices. attorney. sa:tl t.-' .. ...'

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Philadelpiha, where the Re- lately the t.'ai\ .. .1!" h- .
For' San voiced foe Mis Eloise Fcltonctiloiful :; Oh..we leaders:: said is if too
('apt. J. A. rauxll. Ji .. USN. Diego arrangement; of tropical At the :stops he will, make real long a time. is taken t,, dispose: "t Died This publicans: will meet next Monday before inHln eht ,\, t' .
speeches from his
i. ho came hcie trout Newport i I liowe and ferns and for Mrs. platform tram an amendm(:it that has been 0- [ 1 10 choose then nominee: reported dean C. Mtnr.I.I i. .
members of his staff said
ft t. yesterday assumed:: commandof uss \Vitek. a destroyer. tthichput Mai, ion Staiks unlQidea of that he will out that Congress (Continued On Page Seven today 'that Stassen Tails and attorne wh i ..1' t +ill '

Key Vest Naval; Station :sue: into Key West on Sunday to ,;owing her own, ;gardenias that point __ : Sanrhc7 49. dud in a Dewe> s campaign managers tnaLAtt

i-e-edng Capt Willcird Saunders, take on fuel oil will leave for she formed into nine gorgeous :; should pass: the price con- local hospital this morning; -it 9-l: have arrived there and set up ... nc, .I J".,' ". i' .
troL housing and: olhei important BoardBack i\l'lnhcrs\! .
: ITSN who has deputed fut Uiolc San Dle o. California tomor corsages tor the officers and visiting o'clock headquarters Opinion there: wa resent_ tr .If.' t, ,'i''
before it adjourns.Hewill general I that Dewey would lead ..
< Janieio where he is now aide low Comdr. T. D. MiGiath. dignitaries. Funeral erxir- under hc direction There were jj; f '
be pdrtUUIaII'mpha- on the first ballot. but doubt
lo the American ambassador I USX who spent some time in Mrs Aloxsia Van Goidli-noxcn; From Miami of Pritchard FuneralHome ors f.n hand trod t" '
tic it xv as stated. on the price was enter tamed that he wouldbe
Capt Farrell assumed command Key West !Naval Base is in com- was affectionately christened will he hcM Sunday aftern Twelve of then wtiIv '
control and housing" bills two abie to bet a majo,'ity on thesecond ..
of the ::station from Commander mand of the Witek lie spent 'gu muther" the club as she on. Father; Johnson n( St. se:..t-"!1. bus rftto is' .
measures: he considers. of the utmost Comn Freer J. or third ballots -
City issumeis: ..
Carl Johnson. USN. who time here renewing old acquaintances handed the gavel to her successor : Marx. Star of the Sea Church 1 ie. II''I. H.d 0:. 1' '_'
importance.It Dion and Louis: Carbunell ashell (It was further :stated that if
acted as commanding officer of evident Harvey and was will officiate ---- ---- --
will be the first time the as other interested parties Dewey is nominated on the the d -
the station during the time between --- applauded bx ccventx-fixc mem- Survivors include the father
:: : .
President has been in Indepen- returned last night from Miami ballot, he will begin to !I.>.--
Saunders dep.ituic hers of the club and their guests. \
Capt. Mist
Bias Sanchez: : five sfeters.
Band Practice
; dence since the death of his:: where thev. attended a hearmz strength and that Vandenbere s:: Cure
,I and the new captain's coming The e'enmlt':: festivities ended Candad Sanchez. 1\.11" ConsueloParra ,, Sure raw
mother. While there he will\ visit conducted bv the State Railroad chances will be tjettewith a
with an announcement that the Mrs: Gracie Pit.. Miss Cclia ,
-i brother and a :aoste He is due Commission in a new oroposedKex possioi. 1i.t") that tnt shift will] i.:
Johnson resumes To Be Tonight 1 recuidi 'it the dub WIll \ ,
r Comdi now ( niilink Sanchez and !Miss Angfl Sanchez .
back in the White House onFnda West bus sightseeinz line. towaia Tall vho haH th h.wk- fr Tlial OM In.a..i
old 'ations officer (Continued On Page Seven) three hiothti,. HOIHCIO
post as ope t : ,
II '. Also attending; the hearing: inz of most GOP f>iAii4C ;. '
uf the :stationCENTRAL: Del:'> and 'nalk> Santtn./ ::
The KexNcat- Community were Harold Laubsctier manager:;; TWO VODKA COt L'a "'
band will hold its first ..t the Key West Chamber of
PliO": i:: la WEAVER ir O
tonight at 8 p. m. in Kev \\e.,thigh Palace Theater Onmece and William Arnold. :\MPST.IEO71VF Air,Condition B-.c
PHARMACYi school auditorium. with Director manage:' of the Kev West office TICKETOFFICEAIL

..". /'i-4 for an4 Earl Dillon of the high Jean Porter and: Jimmy Lydon in 'it the Greyhound Lines Incorporated : |! : 20 fo AUr.UST' 1
a 11rliereat -at- which now operates a AIRLINES For Information. Phone 1035. WEAVER'SslE.tks
. school band. conducting it. Ml\ I 'SV EET CENEMENE":
..mrar. onr rrl .K '>n Pr w rlntl'me I sightseeing bus to Miami '' or Call at 512 Sunonton Street
who musical instrument Mv MRER I !
CALL TELEPHONE 754 I Iare. invited by Director Dillon to TELEPHONE 816 TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHT The hearing is contintuing. to- Robert Dion, Counsellor PEKHu :
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( wmrr \\bit KltUI III i'Irri.a. ai. -
sit in on the practice d.y.
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.. ...bJl.1a.4 D4.I17 Except Safldar. br West In ; !
t 1_ p. AHTJI. %. OOTMV. ..4 Publisher. Ridicule in any circumstances bites ViSif; ,.

4 -- . Corner From Greon Tb. CIU.and..Ann Bulldlnc Street deeper than any other kind of verbal attack Gone By I

t. -.: Only Lwllr N..fipap r In H.jr west and but it is particularly true in politics.A I Daytime !( kJ .
)I on roe Co ntyentered *
politician squirms when he is made the Selected prceram* FROM FILES OF
:: a r DeSCiCIUt the .jI" '
second class matter CITIZEN OFi
at Key VTrat. Florida a.
:=. ; butt of ridicule a fact which lends cre- Jar..through far central Friday.." ; i JUlIE IS. 1931: I. CHAPTER :t I(I she returned. with that defiant I! 'What is this- Doctor Bat-tf
MRKrR. OK TIIK AI..O'TF.II PRKSSTh ! dence to the story that President Truman '.r mmntam subtract j "" toss of her blonde head "I don ; like?" Lui-u-n asked. His voice; :
I eatltled to !
rlatd Press is exclusively
f. X7OUR: mother is not a
::. : young .. that flat held its mocking qtw1.ty.
: nt
?., reproduction of all news dispatches credited suppose you me as vfra
l U... It or not otherwi... rrtdllrd In this paper. and on his western trip is trying to beat down JUNE 14 THROUGH I Spanish-American X* woman Hddy Suppose 'it j' tery. Doctor.: over the wire. "I hope he is not
;- atM! th. !! ne... published here. : were a brain tumor an opera- i -I don't beheve In spoiLng: the young and handsome. Hildrtd,"
the ridicule which he has been
:: : to subjectedfrom M.rsla. at their session ; ton might not be easy on her at widened
: opposite sex. His grin but he fe'! "
"Oh Decidedly
... I!; <* On* Tear 91 BM'HIHTIOV- RITE9 .111.00. some quar1e9 ,fc>r ; the last three hiO-Ron.menw la **. in Fort Lauderdale ne: .ge." I I "Heaven knows they ars vain "Aha . now I shall be env so aus!
'. .: M _. coo l "* Breakfast Club-aMHi hold their next annual .You mean she wouldn't come enough as it is of him! No wonder you are always
1n. ; hs1 2?.L. S.7S years. Uurk-R mT alley*rd FoII. Folk! in Key West" In June out cf it?" Such fear as she had I ;You seem to have a low opinion saying Doctor: ( Baird sa.'his: , or
: i isV While Truman is not Woodrow Wil- aever known gripped Htldredshesrt. I of the fair sex One would
; L.skly ..__ .= .2 a 19-OV: -Fred Wlrln. Doctor Baird says that. You re -
-- ---- Mtalc For Ton-cbaM go that she could nct get think that you had been crossedin always quolng him., you know
:!' - All HTH1\U: RATIoS son or a Grover Cleveland yet he has demonstrated aUe7 Dram*-. Km-hheinee advis out of the car though Randy was lov*." my dear: ?*

l :: ; !ads Knows on ApplicationSPKCItL. good occasions that W30: -Roof of Srlal was holding the door for her. I "I have. Hij eyes smiled into ".\m I* Well he's boss
b- 4 on a many Half : my yoa
Hour after-
. of S rials yesterday
hers. that
Have "
'.: .- OOTICE }l\e\ strikes straight to 'the line. But regard- Bay It With Huaic-. his uncle, John W. Da- 1 "I didn't say that" He took her turned me you down forgotten when I know.
All reading notices cards of thank.. resolutionsof 11.0O-Arthur Godfrey by an arm now and helped her you -I don't like the idea of your
t... S- obituary Doll...... p<>ms. etc will, bocLarrea less o"f what he may say or do some Wah- Breakfast in of Key West, had Cut His gray eyes smiled down asked you to marry me* A low having a boss." Lueie 's tone w1l
Is for at Ik. rat. of 1* cents a line. 11.30-Ben Alexander / Grove. into ben and he gave her a little opinion? I think women are his firm authontatr one What
Nvtirm for iitertalnment by tburches from Which ington chiefly Republicans and 11.45- jl angels all of them. Only I have
a. : a revenue is to be derived are S rents a lino.Tb groups Strlala SU brs.- I shake as it he'd put her feet- does he say about your mother, ...
: and herself firmly the been too busy all my life to test this remarkable: doctor of
Cliisca l s.a open forum sad Invites dls some newspapers and newsmagazines. Aflame Service Club at on ycurs
.-..- . .u.... a of public Issues and subjects of local orgeneral tlt: -W.ktne Tran!. last night, discussed a I ruund. "I told you. in the begin- that theory. Why doesnt he do something for
... r..a:. a. inferert.. but It will not publish. anonymoustomniunkatlona. chiefly Republican also try to belittle him Kate Smith> to have train- I{ amg, not to start fretting-and This was dangerous ground her so :shr will" not h\v.. tntse
hy resorting to ridicule. 1Z:>>-Word. and Xuale a marine I looc at you! Your mother has had Hildred felt that telltale color of headaches*"
l.-00-ttaalc Half Houp1:1i established in Key these spells for years- ever since hers spreading into her cheeks. H.ldred told him: that Randy did

In KeyVest we know of several instances -Tta Happy) Can* committee was appoint- your father was killed as you've "You should take time, then. All not think there was anything to
Z.-BO Double with the Chamber often told me. She always comes work and no play: you know be done.
b !': where maintained ridicule defeated Queen for rri: ::: I what is said about that.
a (' !. out of them nicely-she told me "There's always something! n
5 MEMBER () 1948 candidates for office. In the first and r.)0-Serials for m only a short while ago that they "Oh I know I'm a dull fellow." was plain Lucien had no p.tiertt.
Brlrtc and Uroom-. seem much further apart lately." Randy returned. "I must seem: extremely with that. He surprised Hildred
Martin Block of the Key West
second primaries last month ridicule
dogged so to you now that you by adding now "We shall look
:.: H-To Ee Announced at a meeting last ,i But they 1 last longer and are know Mr Lamer.
:- a supporter of a candidate,. and the Lkdi** fi. :::..te4-a worse." How could she shut out into it, my dear-I promise you"!
:3D-Tho hume of H. T. Con- I Could that mean he was a trifle She said. "You seem to think
House Party worry where her mother was concerned -
11 :: Candidate succeeded in carrying the county Paul Wbitemaa : to have improve- : ? "All right, Randy. I won't jealous? But he had let opportunity you must take on all my responsibilities. :

;-wf only because the particular :OO-Hint Bunt Quit- to their'rtubhouse in I 1etnot any more this evening slip by; he had not said Lucien. Bat it's kind ttf
C : supporter : 4.30-Winner Tak Alf > Bight; ;anyway!" That could not help any anything more. Oh! how she you. I do appreciate it, more than
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST eventually was overshadowed by other' Treasury B u.cI Stao : and it was not fair to Randy But wished something would happento I can say."
I ADVOCATED BY THE: CITIZEN workers i OO-P.OHrt"'Q" LKl )Hildred determined that she make him wake up. "I Ike to do so," he returned
for the same candidate. Kiddies Hour Cwesr and Joan- Elbertson
Something was to do that
: later!-b e and would see if anything could be very promptly.It gives me more plea-
Shortly after the turn of the century j I I4b-l; BJ and Abner on the"steaniship: done about that brain specialist; thing- but of course as she sure than I possibly can tell you.
;fJ j ::: : 1. More Hotels and Aparl 1enta. and Tampa to visit their in .Atlanta. Randy ought to be could not see into the future Ilil- And that reminds me. Hildr d. I
until 23 of the best liked dred could not know that then.
: years ago Edna Smith able to help he would if she have something to tell you. Bat
S :- 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion men in Kt'yVt'st., a frequent candidatefor i I NETWORK i :persisted; since his recent con- LUCIEN was much disappointed I had meant to do so Sntuiday.

f , 3. Airports-Land and, Sea. I 'Leeal .... i Solomon of St Peters- I aection with that big hospital could not come the Now it must wait until your : -
tasturit T. '
: 4. Consolidation of County and office lost= each time because he was suttract I there.She. following Saturday when she turn."
see hour been here for ;
M; -:. : City Governments. made the target of ridicule. lie was a fun- .nMr.ct two hour .. has' not to vis- would have to phone and phoned him. to explain that she "I believe you like to keep min
II 0.5$ tKtngi bf>ur of I yesterday had to go after her mother who suspense! But I will be a f.-'xl
; A tell Lucien that she could not
. I ft. Community Auditorium tttcal. Cheduit$. Lilt had been ilL But he also "
loving and that
.' I man for reason voters refused gram changes cannot come this weekend. Poor Jimmy was most girl and wait as you ask. She
.i____ I -- understanding and !sympathetic wondered, nevertheless, what
i1"( :: to take him seriously. Instead she would have to disappoint him. -
they ; Cruz daughter of too unless Lucien had Robin If proof were needed of that he or who it was about. Jimmy*

\- =-- ridiculed the idea of his being nominatedor TUESDAY. 1 : M--s. Henry Cruz and !::tch him without her. gave it by asking if there was not His cousin. Dodo* But no use trimg ..
something he could do Would to Lucien liked 3c
t elected and voters fell in Evening son of Mr. and Randy sat looking at her. Histone guess. to
: : MONOGRAPH generally line ... I you: like to have Robin drive you everything in his own way.
Report Russell married was bantering he her
j "
were gave
.s : with that attitude. as a result of which NeitMuM r'\iry: l'a I up to get your mother' Lucien However when next Hildredsaw
tiLt which
wide because
grin it
To Those Concerned : etwrt: Silent I in the Fleming Street asked. -You can't bring her backon Lucien he bad two things
:; they patted him on the back and joked Kl .
i \t urk !O'Ue..tI l hr "You're
laws benefit winning. pretty enough
I. Most of that well"
; ui approve .. ' I her instead of just one. Each P
I with him but when they went to the polls 'Mldl" hour as girls go Hildy. but who can Hildred Sot
=- 'us: di.sapprove those that restrict ouractivities :15-!'port.' Muric' hope to caleb the within explained further that to be a big surprise in it way.
spirit or
? they voted for his opponent or one of his: !Science S.ri'a-cf) May Sands left I behind! face. You've she already had been offered the Each was to affect! : that futur fa* C
; 11 .; or profits. 0:>0-Chhiaco. Orehe: .tr your *' 1 use of a fnend's car "Doctor more than she could have ijie-
to lot of it, know!
for St. Petersburg got i
opponents. Lan Abner you Baird "
aid 1 is driving me up she said, seen.
f 'i THE ORACLE. Ridicule used adeptly affects' adversely .: 5 Lowell-:Ncwcrsst; Thorns fcy 4" aunt. Mr. William I "Sometimes I could use more" I thanking Lucien. I i (To be continurdl

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t even the man who is able to shrug 1:00-Sorter Club-nbc
The t;ulab !Show; - .
away other forms of attack. News snd Commt The Citizen says in an i- TODVTS) UIITIIU.\
J1 SCIENCE MAKES MIRACLES COMMON >utt>n LKis. Jr.- paragraph: 'Next President Of United
/t!: Xews and ( (Know America) < !
i J <-k Smith and ;::.) I (' lt. one shows his lit-
I : Disappointments are inevitable if Daily Commentarr. I' his Via Admiral George F. Hosset. -
you I greatness.
I. According to David Hinshaw in his = ... Dinner Lle -
"e. s:
Jr. born Bruoklmt. I.,, _
in &
have ambition or hope. /:30-The RnUlnl Trio i : States Could Be
li :. latest book "Take Up Thy Bed and Walk," ---- T- Its Announcml. -(. LEGALS | History'sYoungest 54 years ago.William !

n :rZ : not= of us are unable to recognize modern The complete separation of church The News Green Comment llosrel, --> i McFee of RoxburyConn .
IT 4 01 "tl' Till .
!t /:45-Harknets fommt .. famed sea Story novelist,
m: miracles because the swift advance : : JIIHtttl. IIHIIir
of sci- and state is a sound doctrine for Tn U. Annoomed<' '
any .
progressive .
burn 67
"T'TIOr I10HIII .. the Oldest in England yeais ago
'"port" Comment- -or
: ence has made miracles commonplace. nation. IOU 144148111: s-.iis-r,. ;
: Malvine Hoffman of New
I-W-LMnah Shore; York.
I d lie proceeds from this point to tell the r.n-both! To..n,rkv,J.w p -p 4...:;. ;.;, ui.: famed sculptress., born in New

....... AP Newsleatntes Ymk.
\ of the miracle Vijrsterivus i 61 yearsf ago.
story of the composite science "THE G.I IS FROZEN OUT. rlal..IIU.
':1! -Weektr New IJIOn.f: .-The next president may be the ycungest. : Judge Paul P. Rao of !\fft\;, ,

-.0 : rehabilitation> which has been created '.30 Mr-Date snd With:Mm. Jud>iorta- .HS"ls." .,-f.nd"..... WASHINGTON in United States history. 1 York. new judge of the 1?. S CUStoms .

;. by the teamwork of medicine and "A peak in the high-cost of housing Ameriras tHlrctlT\ Drama Tow ) ... : Ill P' llI.It.ITi4l-," If 41-year-old Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota wins the Republican .i I Court born in Italtf '

= surgery. psychology and psychiatry ther- hag been reached" declares William L. ;SS.-Five Minutes 4f..L"I J..n. nomination and the election. he will be the youngest. years James ago.W_ Earp of Kansas .
Uni, Kta., of chief City.Mo
: ; .all '. patience kindness and vocational )Maude president of the National Association I.-OO Udie Cantor Ph :a ..". lllnolH our executives. railroad story writer bum
IV. Ik* PevivK. C hr-li,. r...iur-! -d In appear If 68-year-old General Douglas MacArthur is the Republican!
:4 Clarence. Mo. 60
training. in .
of :Mutual .. :, years ago
Savings who adds .
Oabrtei lleatttr ('o : ofh"pl"ID' l r .lLs.'r.r nominee and is elected. he will be the oldest to take .
:Zi i Iost of the 'and' ':15--t ... B..... caat.. ..- .r-tttlr r Ur on the over Saul Steinberg noted Jyew\ j
which have
t steps led to I believe the peak i is here to stay. J il'-. IM! .lhrrwl the the presidency. ; York cartoonist., burn in Ra.
t JO-C'sll? the police- >
!; the creation of this latest science were first Mr. :Maude an R. A. F. pilot in World fbrrstopherells- \ therein -lll hr taken. a Youngst president was Theodore Roosevelt. who at 42 stepped .( mania. 34 years ago. t

taken Huston fH'ps Concert .. I., ho "u'.Ii' ,.""" ........ :0 up from the: vice presidency after the assassination of McKinley : Mary E. Dillon. president of the
:, at the Institute for the Crippled and War I, came to this country in 1920. lie i is breicory; Hood ... .ur rr.nxMUtitr ........kIn I,I : f 'I
IB:WO-Meet Corlbs : > ..,. ..... in 1901. Brooklyn Borough Gas CompanjrNtw .
:: Disabled in New York City. whose work described .itl. a newtpap.-r I
: is as a builder and banker. of Newark 6111110 One Urmma ..
: S'ublle, PeCeoder in K.-> \\ ..a. loridd I Oldest president was William Henry Harrison. inaugurated York. born in New Yoi k. 03Dr

; : financed by the voluntary contributions of X. J., where he has been in businessfor 10.30-Ue.r Skelton .-.... .'It,.rrt n..rl. thl JIB tJ i 23 days after his 68th birthday. If General MacArthur becomes .ears ago. :oJ'

:; people of good will. I<..t Freedom Rint 11on.< ( sa r the next president his will take IIdl y Elrrei B.iinefND.
:. more than a quarter of a century. L>aitc Urihtstra- : .. .. inauguration place six dcys be-
.. .
:: f th flrrutt V.un I YOI )J... nottd edututoi ai. thor.
4 In addition to its having brought a Commenting on the situation Mr. 10:44-i '. In the ramily .*.>tint%. Kl'.ri4a. !' fore his 69th birthday. .
rn\br\Y:; 5l)!
r- \-r
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11.tbNait'aril. L < rttiI
: : Z l Anne l .nic > | President Harrison. old warrior of Tippecanoe fame. rode
: new science into existence the Institute Maude that a decent house today . says
Ness,.. jnd Imiice u. :: : $.\ : . ;, his white horse from the White House to the capitol on a wintry
:1.Z : during its thirty-one year of operations costs from $13,000 to $15,000 in many sections -Nt. .... Uanie. Bond I >r the Ptlot.t. inauguration day. He contracted pneuomnia after standing in
It:.00-U ncluK Janl12: ,jl> 0.1!t.
;: has enabled more than 23,000 hopelessly of the country and that the only possible a raw wind for an hour while delivering his inaugural address. POISON IVYOAK

JT rippled men and women to overcome their is cheaper Subscribe to The I 11141 IT 01 1 MT WP" TillI j I He died exactly one month after his inauguration.
housing but
answer ' ..
: "I UII. S .C'II" I.TI .r SUMAC. New Ireslmellt
:" handicaps and : "T'Tf: Cii' ..UHI"'. I. Next two oldest presidents were James Buchanan end Zachary blisters ijaitkly.CCBtly .
to equip themselves to be- estly, I don't !see': any possibility of that in I Hops itching dries tiP
LEGALSIX f-nl 1IllIOl: ( Ill ""T' Taylor. 65 and 64. at their inauguration. and safely. At 4raflist. Sttf

\ ;: :. come self-supporting, self-respected citi- the: predictable future." I I lilt.sne '"... Il-43 Harry Truman was 60 when he succeeded President Roosevelt "-

r ;; zens. Referring to the veterans the bankersa.s Till: StIlt IT ( Ot :: : .\S:% all.u"Plaint$..ft. and if he is elected next fall will be 64 at his second in- IVY.DRYI1ALLMAK
PI K\KX1II: .11"" I
: :;: Without the Institute's help these unfortunate : "The ex-G. I. is frozen out of the 01' IIIK "T,1K: 1 j UIOIl.C'f: augur ation.
I \XIIHIM )' I: I: In:*II>HS Scond youngest president was Ulysses S. Grant. who
;; : men and women would have had field of The IX < HtjXt : Itefemlalil. was
new housing.: great majorityof r . ,
. 46 when he took office.
lane X.. 11- ; I I .. 4Hft Itl 14 los" Youngest presidential nominee was CARDS .
\ Tj; .to *'Ke out a miserable existence as street them simply are not making enough II I %. tl.H' .Milmiarinr. Hr...Vu*It-ni.. I I William Jennings Bryan. He was 36 when he was first chosen -[ [

:r beggars: or else been helpless inmates: in money to buy the houses they need." \I.IIKRT I.KKtii | > I ; I .. .: t.flnevlknt. j Democratic standard bearer in 1896.

5". h.-rl...' appear j, . Lionel Trains
!, A public or private charitable institutions.JL ,, i
Mr. :Maude makes a point that his -"nI.J.1.: ..\,: \M : for.i'iurre. flied again
t I..- ali.... "tyl' il t'*.". .>n ..r I immuumammmmm ;
: Hitber fate would have deprived them of conscience does not permit him to makea OltlllK: OP PI Bl Hlh Uj.f )u\\\ \ I I.. No Fans? STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE: "O" Gauge Switches'l1 *
% T. .'''. aiir1tI.tIe; rOn- \'
J : (;(1'1':4: most precious gift to man-his self- loan to veteran, or to anybody else : .Stella :Mae.Tth ... .Iii i.- .......n a,. M'- TRIUMPH HnIERSS

q' respect. when he knows "that the man's income is I":J! tar! .btcnue.IIighian.le.. Nf... ....o!...... .I' 1V \\..".. the ST.Lambert-St LOUIS. :Mu Louis.-Keikdp> al' COFFEE

; :rt: ; What we like most about the \'i',. jre l>.-r.-l>.. r4- ..h d.. ., ..f .I...... .\ i' Municipal j HOBBy'SHOP ,
Mr.\ The
story too small to keep up his: annual payments. M-ar to the liill ..f f.> Airport gut quiu J uoikoutinn MILL W

i fmHin: :>haw tells in this inspiring book is that In connection with the views expressedby .,tone.r ,mh.rha in the ..100.1' .-!.".\ ..... Hoes.. 1. tljwerierk I a woman alighted from a plane i at
t the Institute . (' ..f 4 Ir.i ...r'. with twelve suitrjM.ctrtitjimng J.
fAr the
.: Cirppled and Disabled this man who is in touch with the real I l> "4S 'h..r..l I :-'Crf'n;
therein. will l a.. taken.. a K thlrrn Nollarc.l 1.000 pounds of cliithcs 9.-WI I If. III ltHt 7'Jfi
f : in Nevlrk City. along with all of our estate field it is interesting to note that the I I Thlv order ,i-* |.. 1_ |> ..-l>utv ," Irrk . . .
I .. week (..T '....r .......... .. : : ':,;'U'u. Jll. Imagine their surprise when .12. . . --s--_
:: ; oIlHT voluntarily supported educational. news from Washington indicates that theTaftEllenderWagner 'n i Th.- IW..11 ( ... Plaintiff they l looked: at the name on tinluggagt'it |
Jun3.1: -%: :J.I!
t, t tI tl j.*. .. cultural and l humanitarian institutions such Long-range Housing\\e..t. phi..he4!.lor.,luln in the wa:* Sally flandYour ; .
....- and <'r.b-r.-d '" till I IT lei MT 411Till"
I : as hospitals I homes and orphanages, serve bill stands little chance of enactmentat :Mav. t. li I94X ..1..1t I,.. 4IH<'lir :
1 -. to highlight the fact that free .,Sb: \l., . rOM M4M K I Ill 'T\'I I Iloroseg,1pTuESDAY. / $'
a people area the present!' session. While the TEW Ro- 4 53W.i(1.rh IiIlt 4)iIli MwIiF
:: ..f the -
-a kindly helpful fenprou decent people Bill is not necessarily the only bill that can .....i>i : Cn 1%_lilllH1%.. 11-4445 i JUNE 15 19-13---\ .

f,1 :: 1 and thus it follows as night the day be passed it seems possible that the failureof I'.) mil Anne I'. : 'K .KKll.T.:l-lalniirr I C'Omp.artl\.ly; quiet poit'on! In

:':. T that I free Imil Allan\ P Ileare. lIliiIi t: tiTuitS I life is the lot ol tht pt'r-. m Inn it
t d. our way of life better than any Congress to act will be one of the issuesin -*.! .'ilt.r ,... rirtintiff, I : .\..h'K.: ".:LI.I..not."t..\. I this dj\. unless >upp<."rt'tl l.\ :::i ustomBttHtIvg --

:: other one, helps man to realize his glory. the forthcoming campaign.The imMKh mai':!:.. I ., '. other good aspects: hut th<.rt. ani '
VI' PI HI 14 TIO\" |
= I i ready sympathies and pt"i hap,.
IX Till: 4 IH4 I IT 4 01
': 1\: .:'Ttl 41.....' : All.. .f Krlly. I! some unsatislied yeou nan ;.:. Thn 4FIANBuNbs
:j: SPELLING CHAMPION most:; important matter before the .I.* *\lt Kill >I"\ .I I. !k5 451.. i will be a multitude of friends! at-' ,

:;. : American people today is the fight against TJ-i. ,: 01'l\ 4 f".UHI".M\4.I: I n.h.rrbrrqnlrrd T.a'. l.. ai i lr 'o'tc-d by the jovial surial na I

iJ j : : Jean Chappelear fourteenyearoldmiss inflation. \'I'X"PI: 4 ..l. :>".V. "t.11 -.UII. ,,100...r.(...snpiatlii.itiml ....far_ fl-..n [I ture. and they will be v.-run-

." from mack I.. :: ..f Jnn. .% f'. lt'! 1 selfish comrac'es ever rtadto
Horse. Ohio recently won >v lilt C. : the allcg.ailont. Iherelt. 1: share the good things of lif All NOW AVAILABLE! _
\ the national spelling content LI'IM8KU: II i'lSY.I: | \R ....n a. .-nf***... 1 together!: it 1 is strong. df-naW.. Mad.1 I'iisf.rd < rCMalo. 'r
sponsored .
by LET US I.. l r t i.e "ul.lla".de a fiBtohrdrhalk-
\ .c .... .. -. Wckt In :'life. .
.. : a number of newspapers throughout the 4>ltl>IH 411 l'l III. nr nv < ti"e
TO: 'f"'4' ,'.lia... a neS.txiPer _____
tlooLt l"l -
L ;rf t nation. l.nOgrr II. r>*->-Tn. in K.\ W4-"t. FlorIda
The Marshall Plan i is a year old and I'l .ILii....ncr Mri..- .. Ordered Iht- Zlihrvpnlt da '. IIL1MS
iT: We mention the fact because the has done lot of for war'rel'k..dnations. -arem| ..s.N. ii.V.i I.. 19th.! trailable' -
a .
. f splou,9Wt Free Estimates Call
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young lady deserves .. .. ..
recognition. Spelling Of course most people have little IM-ur I .r .. ( 5aa-5e PKOMPT IIKIIVKHV
I .-. t.!Malx. .. .. .< .., the 'Irruit "hurt I
n in
;: i is becoming something of a lost art we more than imagination as to what the :Marshall the :rith! day ..f ". : .. .... ,'...un''tor". .:.. fill all prescriptions when
i.thrrwiw' .i... jlle,.. ( .. Anne q .. your old car starts giving
:4f hear among the youngsters= attending Plan means__inasmuch: as it could will tV taken a. ..-'. I, herb< trouble. you
t school. It is time: that attention be directed not reach Czechoslovakia and Finland. But week Thl"f order.... four t. tr...,.p,....\ ! .
:: : to the importance of spelling in the edu- we have one great stateman that has never .air in The\".hd\ in .K* .. i .n i !;' I 1 Brake Parts, Igntttvn. G.. Fittings.

I.... Spark Plugs. Fan Bells.
; cational processes. balked no matter what difficulties arose. I I ....n.. and .inolere-d. :: SOS FLEMING STREET KEY WEST. FLORIDA
of )1"\ f 'Uc. and SON nk.i AT YOUR SERVICE . ___ PHONE
That stateman is Secretary of State :Mar ( i In AU DAY OR NIGHT I 632 -
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Children should 1 S.iS
\ realize PONE
that their parents shall. A few day ago he voiced the opinion Clerk <>f tttt Neon Signs PHONE 1178

P :- know more than they think and par- that a United States of Europe is possible -Py::M.(.f...4.,>..A. .t"ne tit C'. Stripping 64 8-M Drapery Cornices : ._____

:. cuts should recognize that ........ StIth A.p ; J JANE and SHINE I
their <
children and he added : "It i is certainly our T"-*' ... 8. '''roo. .r Wfo.t f..ncr.

_I. -arc smarter than they believe.tL great hope." :'110..11. f..r _may...:..;... -% .... !tOtE VO'E\" i i 1502 BERTHA STREET :i I

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i TO BE S.C; GOVERNORr What's Doingat

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tc .Menace r. the

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authorities in the small i-ommu- -Y Jackson Square. Whiteheadand

southwest-in o Southard StreetscQN1I1U8WdfhUShL ..
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: :WWHRIURil1UU1I1>RUi11RTuesday
upon woodpeckers. The birds

-h3\-concentrated they: effort ...
the L \ 8:30 P. M -Little Theatre Group
"in an attempt to break down
rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuttle -
..electricity supply oi the small I
Board on the Patio.
community. The wooden posts. .
the transmission 5 ''t Wednesday
supporting f H 'Iis.
wires have been damaged and f 1:00 P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval
Hospital Patients. Joint fru-
new 1ones. }
"tiv now to be replaced oy
gram. YMCA. NCCS.
authorities are paying
The 8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Party -
$} for every woodpeckei killed. ( featuring Square Danc- ,

J.rItlIWiIUUIiWiUI1111YW IIIIIIINIUsUhU1i.IUlitlillb. I 'iF 10:15 ing P. M.-Weiner Virginia Reels.Roast on the M s ETA r .. S.
Patio Grille.
N.C.C.S. Thursday :

1021 DuTal StreetDEFENSE 9:00 P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- i .
ard and His Orchestra.
Friday Katy Turner takes her .Id
PROGRAM I 8:30 PAL Bridge, Pinochle and English shcepdf.f.Duke, for walk on SL Petersburg, fla.

a. t DllrIUUIIIWlluIWlWllllllilUlllmJIIIIliIlIIllIllIll\llr I 'J. Movies. -
I -
TUESDAY t.l' 1'D.t n, Saturday
8:00 P. M.-Movies.
10:00 A. M. 12.00 Noon-Navj I 3t
10:15 P.M.-Juke Box
PRETTY MATRON is Dancing on
., Wives, Bowling at Submarine the patio.
Base. :making plant *o bee canaidate
'. 2:00 PJH. 3:00 P.M.-Navj I for governor cf South Carolinain 9:45 A.M.-Java Sunday Club, discus +d
Wives Red Cross First Ai 1S50. She is Mrs. Graham sion Group. 4

., Class at NCCS I Payn3 Curry, expert pistol shot. 11:00 A. M.--vo to CHURCH
.?:30 P.M. 10:00 IMI.-U. S. Ha Parties."
val Hospital Party, joints fJimsr professional dancer ani: I
3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour se-
with American Ked Cros I mother ei four daughters. She lections announced.

.I. (2nd Tuesday row operates i rural tore and 9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on
::00 P.M. 8:30 Patti U. S. Naval ,
caicken farm near Greenwood. the Patio. Community Sing bearK.&t
Hospital, Entertainers t. S. C. As a starter, she i- Greenwood ing, Beatrice the
., Wards (3rd Tuesday). I. Piano. .'
county's first woman
10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour.
candidate for the
state houseof
, --l:00. P.M. 11:00 P.1\I-l1.l1irru. G. S. O. meeting (Girls' Ser-
Ping Pong, Writing Room representatives. A nativecf vice. Organization), every 2nd
'- Showers. Portland. Ore. she settled in and 4th Monday. I P.M. 5:00 P.M.-Hospital Greenwood county 13 years ago. Game Room: Chinese Check

Patients' Fishing Party, joinit ers, chess, card, ping-pong, pool,
;. program NCCS, YMCA ant writing desks library, current I
'.Jr; Red Cross. 9fltj fQiqIhm magazines various table games..
:' 7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Eoxinj !
rFC. Training, PAL Equipment. toy Ritz. P.ittsog etc.Showers, tennis rackets, golf

.,5:00 P.M. 8:30 M.-Sewin g clubs, fishing lines, cameras,
: Class, Navy Wives.. checking service film service,
7:30 P.M. 8:30 P M.Spanish mailing and wrapping packages,
t r' Class for Beginners; Miss receiving messages phone booths. HUNGRY YOUNG Mama Robin looks away from her
Kemond, instructress. stamps, railway express service; hungry youngsters in Bloomington Ill, apple tree nest.
I '8:30 PAL 11:00 P.MDancing'THURSDAY available to SERVICE PERSONNEL _
I ::'::00 AJIL 5:00 Pil.-Sewirj f 1 Lesleigh Davis--Director. , . -_. .
4 -
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I ,.';. Machine, Typewriter, Writ Gerald Pinder-Program Di- ,
I ing Room. Showers. rector.
1 Lillian W .
):00 A.M. P.M. Cruz InformationDesk .
$ a: \J -Sewing
3.-' Machine, Typewriter Writ- % ! Wk Aide. tjI
ing Room. Showprs. :
"" parts Let garden help fill
: SATURDAY "I of your you
can see why Europe .
P.M. . would rather produce ideas than the vegetable bin and the canning -
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Fishing (sign UD in advance good You don't get sweat in your closet. Raise as much fresh I New design and new beauty
SUNDAY eyes thinkin'V food as possiole. .

.10:30 A.M. 11:30 AJJ.: -Communion '. ci
rF! Breakfast, Wtilu l Extra-large all-porcelain oven -

Hat Club U. S. Sub Bas. f For A Little Girl .
(2nd Sunday)
I "':.tUO .!..L.1:00 P.M.Fishini. ) .. Waist-high, smokeless type broiler
j Trip (sign up in advance). r
Information services housing cue
.1I f\\y? maps. Radiantube 5-speed cooking units

Religious literature, library
elephones. (
'}f stamps wrapping an.juailing
packages railway express .>, Cook-Master oven clock control

service, laundry pick-up- .
available to all defense force
and their families.


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industrialist of St. Pa..
[ I I We are now in the position to serve your needs with any
owas elected president of Ki- wanted In a range. With It are the very newest Improvements
I NvanU International at the anihual I III I type of equipment you may need.- -
convention in Los Angeles i We can fully equip restaurants with all necessary requirements and conveniences to made your cooking

II Wednesday. i which include .
W really carefree. Prove It to yourself. Come In. See the
KITCHEN EQUIPMENT new Frlgtdolrt Electric Range that Is gleaming clean
porcelain Inside and out. Make your own comparison.
Then you'll choose Frigidaire, the Favorite.

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i middle Are ..' the functional Th* MAXWELL CO. i- Martinez Co.
i a. period peculiar to women Refrigeration
i .311 to Si play? Dun this make you I I I
. suffer from. hot Cotlm. feel to nervhlgh Furniture and Furnishings
OU. truns. tired: Then .o try
I LytiU pound Plnkham's relieve such Vegetable aymptoma Com !i PHONE 682 1021 Dnval Street PIIOM279: Kf'> W.-M, Florida
i inolOiiun Compound .Uo tut. wbat 339 Fleming Street. Corner Margaret St. Key West. Fla.
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Chief Of Staff
I InformatioN for aLe Adte'rtisereRATI
HEADQUARTERS, 316 Bomb I :s Fein ": 'i.5N sad r.'T. '.
WING VH Okmawa-MajUl i BL.t.CK."Al'; TIPS P.., m"t1.p"ifl, a rertlss.mi .
nl" is ""sriabiy In ad.aner. bot
Roger M. Herrick. son of Mrs \ und.r this head rpe,,Iar a..rtir" will) ledger as.wllt .
Mary E. Albury 605 Love lane. b. inserted In The (",117..n .I .,Hetl1' may have their adiertle..
the isle .r !. a ....rd f..r "a''h let- mf''''' hared.aertien : :
Key West, has recently assumed 1 Iul 110. minimumharm fnr PI "I.Il'AT''' 'U''DL''fEth.
q the post of assistant chief of staff. .. first, 15 ...rd.. ..r I..." I" :I..... T.. i"8' pniifati...., c''py malt
The rate for bla.tls.e U_ I. 2e. i.. in Th.. e-itri.n office ofer itword.
: A-2 of the 316th Bombardment
nd the minimum charge for e..I.N".. i. 1..m..r.IDe c.r tI" dar
Wing VII and Kadena Air Force 1.11. first Ii words is 45c. or pUblication. 6

F Base. it was announced by Col. :' ...
Walter E. Arnold commanding 1 .
All advertising IiI acc.pted und..r 110.. r.'t..lnc onditi.ts: In Uls
officer of the Kadena An Force .
'event Qr crier In ads.rlistng 11',1.1 or c..ntra. t. The e'tfs.n sill t. .
base. raponatl.Ie nnl"T the first mi.rtion In <.....If.... '..."1...... and:lUU
i fwr thactual ..f occupied
Iar dtmulnc only amitnnt space by O,
A former graduate of the Key part vf the adu'rlu.m'nl .h r.- the rrrur ... rurn.

West Jiigh school. Major Herrick 3 . . - - - . - - - - t ..
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entered the service of the United L.- w
States Air Force in 1935 and waswith b aY-Y HELP WANTED-MALE j| FOR SALE

the infantry until 1941. =

when he was assigned to the Air if' GOOD PAY WHILE YOU ,, Bungalow, small store build jig
Force In 1944 and '45. he was LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE I IILgh and lime grove oq four nice

with the 14th Air Force in China. ? School Graduate .choise. lots size 50' x.120' each, in gctod

Arriving on Okinawa in May your future now' Here's an offer I section. This can be bought pn

1948. Major Herrick is on his second for good pay. valuable ex- easy terms, Johnson & John-

tour o\erscas. I K pencnce .an assured future! son. Phone 372. junl-tf
Among military decorations, The VS. Army's Technical

he holds the Bronze Star Medal (ATVirephut<>> School Plan wtll start you off 500 theft. 82 x 11. white newsprint ,

China Offense-Defense Medal THIS DRAMATIC PICTURE was made on U. S. Highway 31 in the trade you choose .and 25c. Art man Press, Citizen

and Special Brest. Order Yun I north cf South Bend. Ind. A passing physician. Dr. Frank W. YOU can qualify before you en- j i Building Phone 51."

HuL Bussard of South Bend is giving first aid to James W. Aldrich. list It's a real chance to get (, ,ma -:9-ist
Mrs. Herrick the former Pearl ahead for school '
high graduates 1
58. of Mishawaka a few moments after Aldrich's motor scooter
L. Lucas, together with her between 17 and 34. Get the
collided with an automobile. At left is Deputy Sheriff W. J. Wrapping paper i,f various sufi
daughter Mary Emogene. residesin full facts from nearest
Santa Loucks. The black spot on the pavement at left is oiL not blood. your U.s.j j i Artman Press Phone 51.
Cruz. California. ] Army & U.s. Air Force Recruitmg -
Aldrich : junlt ,t
Fatally injured. died.Friday. Office at 25 N.E. 3rd .

Street. Miami. Choose the ,
: ' Pressing Club. good: business.
school want now' .
: fhe Weather U.N. Facts and Faces . BURMA you J-l-jan4-6t ;, good location. Reason for sett-

ing. SOQ Duval Set.. f
r 4. .,' jun9-: :
FORECAST Truck driver-route salesman. good
I pay and hours Call in person.
Key West and Vicinity: Partly I Cabrera Wholesale. jun5-3tx Grocery and meat market fuBri
? cloudy and continued warm this i equipped. Excellent business.
afternoon tonight and Wcdnes-i |1 I good location. You can't bat
da Gentle to moderate southeasterly HELP WANTED-FEMALE iI offer
j I| this. Make me an.: and
winds. Scattered thun- ': !'I take it. Leaving city. 1101 '-

dershowers in the area. I I Do you enjoy having money? monton Street, Phone 1167. t:.
Florida: Partly cloudy with lit- i i, Then you will enjoy fun the I II jun2-3U

tie !I ,_... . '
k-hf-ngc in temperature today. money you can make as a part- T j.- -H i r???
tonight and Wednesday Scattered time Avon Representative. I I One pas Scrod tefngeratJ ;.
showers and thunderstorms Pleasant. friendly work for'! Model R-600.. 6fdotPei .

mostly during afternoons j'i good pay. For interview write! $175.00. 1006 Catherine Si/,
East Gulf and Jacksonville stating address to District Man- | )unl23fOne =;
thru Florida Straits: Gentle to I age P.O. Box 1101. West Palm 8 'Qr'

moderate winds mostly southeasterly Beach. Florida. jun4-12t &rvi-C 'dc for sale in goad

over south portion and running: condition. 'No rcasuni

southwesterly over north portion FOR RENT-ROOMS I I able offer turned down. 611
today. tonight and Wednesday. I IWidclj I j William Street. junH-;t

scattered showers and : USONYUN 2 OVERSEAS HOTEL 11 i '.
thunderstorms.. 917 Fleming Street White outside paint white rn#>
No small craft or storm warn = Weekly Rates / mel. $2.75 per gal. &f', DD.T.

ings are being displayed. Burma is one of the world's newest republics $8.00 to $10.00 without Bath Fly-go. 29c per qt. fcjohcrty ft
t but not one of its newest nations. Co. 846. Olivia cor. Packer:
with Bath
to $15.00
Report $12.00
Under British influence since 1612. Phone 1597. t juft2tf
l Key West. Fla. June 15. 1948 4 -; it was administered as part of British- 1 ..

(Observation taken at City Office. India from 1826, becoming independent in 1941 For-dor Ford edan. radio
:.i r January 1948. Burma saw some of 7hea'biest Room private bath with meals ifpnfcrred.
8:30'A.M.. EST and heater. $750 00. '.Good coO-;
TemperatureHighest fighting in the last war. Much -of.: 20*> Ann Street, opposite dition. Apply 22C-CPoinciaixfc. .
the country's 262,000 square miles are heavily forested and her major *- Police Station
,'est:rda'y _ ,, j'".., 88 products teakmood rice, cotton,minerals and oil. About 70<.-.. jun2-3Ue Phone,1337-R.. ; 'tjunM-fltf
last night t 80 worrf I 1
of lier"17,010,000 people iirtjrriculture. its Capital is Rangoon
Mean __ i g4' Lady's bicycle, tits.
tad its representative to the I'JV. is U So Nynn Ambassador less
Normal 82 the U.SJV. Her flag is red with five small white stars surrounding FOR RENT-APARTMENTS Man's bicycle. 28" w eels. IQf

Precipitation a large while one canton in the upper left corner. I ble lamp with rayon shade
-To.tal test 24 hours .00 in '.I Furnished apartment. 3 rooms oscillating fan. Phone 1069-
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Total this'month .78 in,. rr and bath. Maid and janitor ; junl5-
I>Deficiency this month 1.63 ins. I Who Knows? FOR SALE-TRAILERS:. ," service linens and utilities I i

Total this year 17.57 ins. i Facto"-bUiltji- furnished. Summer rates. Cor- Cushman s :uot'r.for talc chew:

Excess this year 5.60 ins. Utility trailer. al Hotel Apartments, opposite 1212 Margaret 'Street, between
Relative Humidity I 1. What is the shape of an 500-pound capacitv Alt 1325.junl516184.x. Post Office. jun2-20tx Division and United. }

at 8:30 A.M. I obelisk I I j Apply 1121 Peal Phone .

73' 2. What other metal beside silver ,i Efficiency apartments. all utilities t- JunlS3rCabin .
Barometer i i is in a dime j furnished. Adults only. Also cruiser. Sea King. Craiff'
(Sea Level) 8:30 A.M. I 3. What fuel was used by the WANTED TO BUY -I I sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 I I Dock. $1200 Phone 1193-((

30.10 ins.-1019.3 mbs. | first locomotives double. Stutz Hotel, 410-Firm( I2-ft. kiff. E'cnrudcoutboard,
Tomorrow Almanac i Wanted. Cut Hair-Will pay 1 in Street. I $85. Phone 1193-K..
4. Can you name a liquid me- I junl-tf .
Sunrise i i 5 dollars per ounce. depending I I junl5-2tz
5:33 a m.j I tdl I II I t .
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color and
Sunset 7:17 j on
pm I Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment.
Moonrise 2:55 p.m helicopter :>: hair. Send full length sam-I I Utilities furnished. $69.00 Cocky Road Bar. Reason for

Moonset 1:59 a.m.1 i J I pie. Lock Box 105. Key West." l I monthly. Couple only. Apply selling, illness. Inquire White

and Egjpt |i Fla. jun1091xMISCELLANEOUS i ii 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tf Inn Bar. !junl5-6tx..

TIDES I I 7. What i>> a semaphore 1 j jR. i I
Tomorrow r What is a Pharoah 1{I T\vo throe and four-room apart- '47 Servi-Cyclc. like new. $150.00..
(Naval Base) 9. Is German Silver real sil ment'sAll conveniences.. De Apply 1316 Eliza Street. .
.Eastern Washers irons vacuums and sirable. Reasonable t junI5i
Standard Time) ver' ,1 I I summer
fans Phone
High LoW 10. Can gold be dissolved? repaired. OT3riait rates. 1209 Virginia Street. a
5:37 a.m. 12:25 p.m. i;i 1164-M. junl-tf Apply Apt. Six. upstairs. or Two tires and tubes .600 x 18.
6:37 p.m. 11:45 Phone 757-R. junl2-3U Never punctured Reasonable
p.m. The Answers If)' x 48' Govt. Barracks. Deliver 809 Ashc Street. junl5-llx

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA :: din sections. Double floor insulated -' Nicely furnished twobedroomapartment

Reference Station: Key West 1. Pointed pillar. j roof. Pine sidewalk second floor Phone! Lot., 4 x50. corner of Duval and
Time of| Height of 2. Copper. I.I Bred with roofing paper cov-I 1185-R. mornings. jun4-3tx Louisa Streets. Good locationfor

StationTid. [high water J 3. Wood. t. ? e I.I ? dow and doors. F.O.B. ( I I I a home or busi css. Two
Bahia Honda 4 Mercury. : trucks Camp Shelby $399. : Furnished apartment new gas blocks from city bathing beach.

(bridge) -___-Oh 10m 0.0 5. A conventional piano. "t. I'' Iiycied t<> lot you unload $; range. electric refrigerator continuous -I Price 52500.00. Cal} :;;.
No Name Key 6. Isthmus of Suez. :,I Erected $710. National hot water. Monthly.. ft.1 I I
(east end.42h 20m 7. An apparatus for sin tiIio;. Inc. H-4578. P.O. Box Phone 215. jun4-tf I i : (
Manufacturers of New Pie-
Columbia new
Boca Chica 8. I
Title of ancient Egyptian ; I
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m kmzs.: : .Fabs. All sizes. jun4-7t .I. Completely furnished apartment. I tires and tubes Silyertonc 9-
Caldes Channel 9. No. 1104 Division Street. Phone j tube cabinet radio Phone
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(north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft 10. NoFreih g! Floor sanding don by experts. 3914. No pets nor ctiildrrt.junl43t'. I I 13114. jun1S-lts-
j estimates given. Phone
oOo i
I 163 or call at 701 Caroline St. Portable typewriter. iood condi-
: lemon slices, added to!
l I jun I.H; Furnished studio apartment tion. Price. $20.00. Call 211.
(-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto thouldcr lamb chops that arc being -
fOl'1 ,
adult. No pelsAll
be subtracted. braided give an unexpected .
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to and delicious flavor. !! LANDSCAPING iences. Near beach. $- --
be 1214 Duval Street junll-U STORAGE ,
added. Ward low'(, Landscaping Co.. 4139 _ I
(m-Minute AND APARTMENTS i Avenue E. Phone 748-W. Two-bedroom furnished apwrt-., Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitufe
I j jun2-16t 1212 Olivia I commerciaL Phone 798.
(ft)-],eel. ment. Street Apply or
Furnished cottage and apartment 1210 South Street.junlarn j; junl-ti
CARD OF THANKSWe Apply 1123 Margaret Strcet.lPhone |
desire in this manner to (' Ijednjom. completely furn.1 One-bwiruoin apartment hot wa- MALE OR FEMALE

extend our heartfelt appreciationto FOR SALE OR LEASE i ished house' For adult Apply tcr. gas :stove. electric refrib I
) all. who. by their s>mpatlieticexpressions rear 91Z Packer Street. I crator. $50.00: per month. Phone LivewinaKs man ot: woman.

and kindlv acts. assisted Liquor license and bar equipment' j junI5-3t\ 1475. junl5-tf Sec Evan.509 ouiriard Si
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us through the trying time '" ---- ---- ---- -- ---
for lease or sale. Call 263-J
during the illness and following or FOR SALE USED CARS1947Cnejfrolr't I
apply_ at 1125 Duval Street !
the death of our dear one. JamovAlaldon i THE '.
Bethel. We also expro Junl6Ix sodan delivery i

our sincere thanks for the floral WANTED TO RENTTwobedroom |. driven 6 thousand nulcs Per-1 I Key West Floor Covering Co.
tributes and use of cars I II feet condition. William Mcv- |

TilE FAMILY. ers, 609 Duval StI"(.'(.I. *
furnished apart- 132 DUVAL STREET
iun5-lt PHONS 1454
ment or hour.. Year rtHind. junH-3b i I
Get in touch with James McClusky. //a.i Just Been Ajijunnleil ,
Distributor in West
are very: o--xprc: 220. jun2-5tx Iey
our sense of gratitude to the "Can't catch SlhIC Get a j I

many friends for their expres- FOR RENT-TRAILERS i child's genuine leather harness

stuns of sympathy: : and ai.,lstdnC't I 75c at THE CHILDREN'S COR- (
:NER. 421 Sunonton ( I ASPHALT TilE
un the occasion of our recent House trailer with -s-creened-m; near i "Kentile"
Sears). .nI4-4tx
crtavemcnt in the loss of our porch. Phone 1330 jun4-2tx ] I
loved one. May M. Cooke. s
We (especially wish to thank FOR RENT-BUNGALOWS j LOST I i Makers of the Finest Blended Colors,.

Father SI Paul's MacConnclI., Church and the Di choir H. K.of Two-bedroom bungalow electric Lost-Parker with name Joan"'51"inscribed.Fountain Find Pen I' Including White, Blue Zflwry'

Moorr. and the donors of the
Mrieirtcd er return Joan Lord. 1104 Division -

jual5-lt ucdutiful floral' THE>ffei mg FAMILY.,:. Tire porch.Shop.$125 per montn.junl3-5 Paul's :.1 St. Receive reward.gun 0-)1; I+it} CALL US for FREE ESTIMATEh

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I J Ownership of 909 BENNY Siniunloii Management St. ::. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : : If It Is Electrical WE w E REPAIR SELL i m T | 'I ,11.. POOR OLD CRAIGService I'I'd I

FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : ,f fso
S Serving . : OUR We Will Call For and ::'s WHITE STARCLEANERS Station : !
.BREAKFAST. 8 :: i I y Electrical I i : Year Experience Electrical Work '
to 11 .
SHOWING of r; : i ,: J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE IU4 :
:S .LUNCHEON.DINNER. S to 11:30 8:30 to 2 : ............._..........._......... .L.LCa. 211 Duval Street ,: : Francis tad Division Stxeeta :
.1( The ................ ...............*..*eeeeeeeekeeeHOME ELECTRIC- : r. Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa Jr.STREET Prop. : Tire Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : I
: Best
of Steaks : TELEPHONE .
: Short : \ ,:SUNDRY :STORE '................................ .1N..r.S c9: 122 SIMONTON STREET : Tour' PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer :
OrdersSandwichesAt : ..... ... .......
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!It : All Hours : 1207 : NEAR COB..WHITE ST."Vour .- ...................... .......................'.. .o: Dry Cleaning S .e.. ".. .. .... !

iii : TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS : : .: Patronage Inriled"Ice S i PRITCHARD : :' RUSSEL I.'S i ;..: ,.24-HOUR and Pressing SERVICE RADIATOR SERVICENOW ; i : ,
: Open Daily and "
S BAM, to Midnight Sunday. : Cream- Proprietary Medicine !jS FUNERAL : :: .;. Free Delivery Pick-Up Service and :. ,AVAILABLE I
:eeeeeeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeeeeeeee Si Sick Room Supplies School Supplies, ; DRY GOODS i ;,: SUITS for JIEN : : Q Rod Jeaning Q Repairing and Q Flushing :

a ..........Toilet......Preparations..OSSSS*.....and....Articles................ : HOME S '. 1106 OLIVIA'STREET: -: '::: Made\ and WOMEN Meaaure : TONY'5 AUTO AND \ I
.... : PHONE 373Specialising : -to- BODY SHOP :
I ..... Let Those Serre : : I. :. .,PHONE 282 : 603 J

GOMEZ MUMFORD rr; ROSS Who Serve Best : :. . ',.: ;:..:..:................ ...............-.OS...GREENE.......STREETCAROLYN................... !! I

S 220 DUVAL STREET -." WE HAVE NEVER iiiWomen's 1 '.t.. 6............... ..................................: rt t5555555S5
: FURNITURE CO. : : Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : : BETHAYED A TRUSTs : : BEAUTY ( d
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: 720 DUVAL STREET : Carrier Conditioning*- : !LOPEZ : Overseas, #Hotel 913 Fleming St. S d
I : Jmemle Furniture : Ambulance Service : : Children'sApparel :
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE[ SS S for Domestic and Commercial:Use : : .f DONALD BARBER ;
: J33 -_ PHONES, -1 tlM Telephone 548 ; : .:i :Funeral Service r We Specialize In : ,j
Plastic ..v............................. :.:..-. ......: S Never : : : :: J| : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing 1 1e i( "I
Inlaid Sleeps Established
: : 1885 :
: Axminster Broadfelt Congoleum ..................................."............... S......4................ :.............;.:........e '. : :.. Phone 175 Ala. TYPG5 or aicLK: : K ctr TsPKRMANKST ,.
:.ElectriciRanges eeeeeeee* ..... .. .. .. .,. .: Licensed FuneralS : i..........................!.....Wws.............., I.
: RADIOS and i. HOTPOINT :: J.ASMYEIS:: : Directors andEjuhalincra : .................t...........................! I ::,.;.

Appliances : l : STF.lJ.'S'BEAUTY. NOOK / : :
:: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical -?tppliiacea. : ... (J, .
: Washing Machines for S | 21-Hour : Scientific Beauty Culture
"Terms IiumcdiauTDcliverjrHOME -
:. Arranged"OPEN : : LicensedPAINTING ,-- E
t TILL 9:00 P.M. : : in All Branches ,
:. MON. and SAT. : APPLIANCE I. AmbulanceService : Thoroughly Experienced' 4S f : I
.. ContractorFREE ,j : Operator* : I
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eeeeeeeeeeee .....................................PHONE.......II......: ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED": .... : : Soft Water Ued Exclusively : .;
.. .. ......................................'....:.....- : Tel.phon. 3127,114 Duval St S.t. Jettenoa Hotel_' .* : ,Pbene. .131. -. Night 695 : : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. .I : I "I''
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TOURS Supply : When You Want FASTER, BETTER ; :: -.b...1..e. ............... Former Customers, Friends and the Public InvitedFrances
1' :: 914 FLEMING STREET : i
Beauty :
PaMengerRepreentative : ; i IKeyWestFla.I
S : PET SUPPLY Line : On Old or New noors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE .:'. Frances Park. Owner : '

tae : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line..s Guaranteed Work Modern Methods! i 0!I SOUVENIRS :. 1010 GRINNCLL STREETBeauty a '.. ...
: Culture in all its Phases : p
FLORIDA EAST Courteous Service and Delivery : s J. DOUGLAS TREVOR : 'i I '
COAST: RAILWAY ...e................................. ........... 1829 Harris Avenue rhone-1374-H: ;' '. .J. AH Sizes : / Facials Permanents- Shampoo Scalp.Treatments Manicuring :: .':
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_' TEn IN FOURTH ProgramSOFTBALL I r- -1 'J

Bob's Sport Shop won over the 1 rVA' .' ,. i iI
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JSuLRon 4 last night at Bayview k '

*Pat k in the second game ol asoftball || B TTiew Park.. Night I. A* a a"4Q Ii i I .

twin bilL The Spurts- ;, TONIGHT 4I 1" !tR !: .

_nien'., victory( came after tniee.great i 1 First. Game-Elks Club vs. Kmtor's -I YI lj! A1.N3L .., '. 'qI.
-. inningof play. Then tIle I Men's Shop. i'
1-Sub pitchers exploded and 20 of j Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. .... ,-:,: + I .
men batted in the fourth .t -:. sYJ
i found to score 15 runs and blast I .... I l r -
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First Game-Konlor's Men's ,
but fven hits, They also were y
.aukd by six bases on balls and Shop vs. Naval Hospital _
-three errors. Final _core was 18 I, Second Carre- SubRon VS. .
"Io3. )1'I Adams Dairy. I s t.;' \t tr..Totui I _

.-*- In the opening game, VX-1. FRIDAY HERMAN BARRON of White Plains. N. Y. whacks his bail _
Flyers won ovec the Naval 1I0.-!j[I' First. Game-Elks Club vs. VX- (upper right) out of a,sand trap near the ninth green in the .
pith!, 3 to 0. For the :'l"CJndtJ'aighl 1 Flyers. National Open Golf Tournament! at Los Anjeles. He sccred a q \
--,; time, Henion shutout the : Second Game-VFW \' I1tI!>V' j I S >
1 twc over-par 73 for the day. ; f
.11_ pltal boys on one hit. Snort Shop. I ___h": .. .. __ ._ __ ._. __ 1 -
Nary reached 1st base JUNE 21- ]
'_lhe. first live Innings 01 the opening First Game VFW vs. Sub-!'t-i i ( : r5w c
)Hard-Fou+ [f hl[ !( \
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,<. battle. In the sixth, one got 'Irou. Ron 4. \ Howle Stand '
r\.t\ by an error and in the ,' Second GJme-KJotor's M 'n'j: 7 tr ;
'_.;e\enth lu-nki singled to center: Shop V3. VX-l. \ | Softball( { Games 1 S
after two were cut for the only JUNE 22-
cafe blow by .Hospital outfit. ., First Game-Adams Dairy v$.j I| -ln.crnalional ,., '
Flyers scored tall .their runs'.on Bob's Sport Shop J| Baseball League : For i if till,,I!itt ,
TJ rl I'5. : iHorner I Second Gams-Elks, Clubs.j i Club- W. L. Pet

hit three: safely' to lead i Kaifel l. Hospital {,' Havana 43 23 Co2 In the opening: >:.,m of th' i! _
the batters .
JUNE .. .
24== I I Tampa 40 26 000/ softball!! dgdlelcadc l i l<'IIWl.t i ..t ,
'__ In the field, llorncr, Sutton and i .
: FirstAGaino--nQb' Spoil Shop St. Petersburg! "36 33 :.Ji22 liayview Pack, the rl.tpini- .
t f Demansi led the winners and, . vs: SubRon 4. '! Lakeland 35 31 : ;507 :
"Kicks and Burke the losers. "Second Gun-c VX1s..Naval Men's Shop will tackle! tho Ktk; I '
I Hi the nightcap ONctl pitched . t Miami Beach 3:485: Club 0 _
Hospital. [ *
three but that'.fatal ..Mi /mi. 31 36 463 i j '
good innings in
: I .fourth he hurled i-j six butters -,; JUNE.25:'- j t West Palm Beach \ 30.37 --448 i!) This game should<< be IkirJ-I i
First Game-VFW vs. Adams Fort i LatKlcrdalc! 22 46 .324 for the first
'and then retired in favor uf'', fought it r;; -plao club;I ,
Bi"miner, who pitched to f\\r Darry J JSecond ti vs. the iecona-piace ciub in die "

Matthews! had to finish, the *n-1!! K n'tor's Game Men's-.Elks Shop.Clubs.+I Ii Island City Baseball' League ,i, Class "B** League<< i American printer writer patriot !

I nmfi. ,' rinh; .W" 1": Pet. Kantors must win tonight : !
c Downen led the hitters for the 4!SubRon: Four 3 .0 .fOOOIJombrrs : catch up with the Elks and the'I
Sub outfit with three. JUNIOR SOFTBALLi I .. .., .
in { 2. 2 .500' Elks are going out t< A in pull#, | i
tries. Villareal and Hancock each i i rBayview, Park. Afternoon. I Adams Dairy 22'. 100 further<< away from "Rt"!" Patl"I-j jon's diplomat and physicist.
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'.'*-hif. ,two for the victors. :' and Morning. t Ramblers 0 3 000 boys. j .
Scour by innings of the second i Daily play. ; It is expected that Bill Rosam'

game: R. 11. E.Bob' .' j will start on the mot:n:! r.ut i the' .
.. 000 1503 18 9 '3' TENNIS | ]Major\( Baseball LeaguesI !I Men's Shop and Jo n.' Luis for I % .
SubRon. 4 __ 000 030- 353 1 BayrUw Park. Afternoon I AMERICAN i; the Elks. j 1
,.,* Hancock and walker; Bienvjper .I and Night I Club- W. L.. PctJ! In the nightcap, Adam; Diiy i!
O'Neil, Matthews' and'Tem-. Daily play. 1 Cleveland 3114 639;* fresh from a victory over the'! \ I:
.pie.Twobase t t Philadelphia 31 20 COS; Class "A" League-leadmg and>!
hits: F. Matthews i SKATING New YOI k 23 21 571 :j htavy-hittmg<< nO?'" Spin Shop i. From
: Hancock' ; stolen bases: Casado 2;j Barriew Park. Night 1 Detroit[ 2a 25 ..510I .i will try for a win tonight from f! A MASTER in many fields, part, its proud heritage. |f
-hits :off Bremmer 2 for 6 rims, I
j Washington 24 28 4621B the s cvnd-place Vet:?nns of Foreign
'. ,ft'O'Neil 2 for 5 runs, off Matthews FRIDAY- I" !! War It will N. 'Sue" Franklin served his his small printI I
7:00 to 9:00: P.M. I ( Philadelphia
I 5 for 7 runs; losing pitch- : St. Louis 19 29 ,.396'I Griffen against Han'i> on the hid j Benjamin
't>Bremmer; bases on balls: off 1 and can :
: Chciago 13 31 .295 fans expect a p.tchcrs'-;
." Breminer 4, off O'Neil 3, off Mat- BASEBALLMunicipal duel. The should! be hard- the modern I
NATIONAL' game I a s a inn shop to giant
thews 6, off Hancock 1; struck Stadium. .Afternoon I fought. The: Dall'vmen11 bin -',;, : early apprenticeship
I Club- W. L. Pet
.put by Breramer! 4, by Matthews SUNDAY I there with lots of for they ;
pep ,
: : 2; umpires; C. Griffen arid ViI.- announced."Aittit I New York 27 21 .563 have a "chip on their shoulders" printer. At 16 lie became the plants of today, skilled craftsJ J
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./Tarcal. ; scorer: Aguilar. . : 13ana :ks. Afternoon Boston 2T 21 .563 that they don't want: the Vets to,[
""In the first-game, it was Martin. ::. SUNDAY To'be announced; St.Pittsburgh Louis u:.2622.' .:V.:..:.. 26,23: ,.542.5311' knock off .if thtv can_ he+p i i.. i editor( and( publisher) of his men have continually striven j jfor

I ,ltd' Henson for the first two.1nr; Philadelphia '. 26 25 ..510 i
t flings in a pitchers' battle. .N.), sixth an error put a man on first Brooklyn '. 2.1:457.: bne reached first but a base 'on base, and in the seventh with two Cincinnati _. .. 2? 28.. :451'' (Know America) j own newspaper. improvement!
: JjaU-j, a bad throw by the catcher;; outs, Henke came through witha Chicago :._' 19, 30 .:388 1752-Benjamin Fn"kiin"s historic I
followed by a double by Arrington single. ': ; i iI demonstration bv use of n I! To Franklin American publishing l- lion in the technical art ofprinting. I
cave the Flyers their.first run in In the field, both clubs executed I Softball 1 Leagues' boy's kite of the identity nf electricity ,
the third. a number of difficult catches and lightning. : !ft '
In the fourth a double by By- and some nice plays. I Class "A" I 1775 Continental Congress!j !j and( printing b' o1'eScj in I
iron a walk and another error by Score by innings of the first Club- W. L. Pct..' chooses George Washington commander :
I .. Shadley gave them their second, game: R H, E. Bob's Sport Shop 12 1825.! -in-chief of the Au:iy of j .
tun. In the fifth a single and. Flyers 001 111 0-1 7 1 Vets of Foreign Wars 6 5 J>451Adanx the Re%olutum. i 'i
sine error by Martin allowed another -I. Hospital 000 000 0-0 1 5 Dairy 4 7 .364'! 1836-Arkansas admitted top,I' .
runner to cross the plate.. Henson and Demanis; Martin SubRon 4 2 U 154' Statehood. I j j j 5 ;.
She final run came in the sixth: and Shadley. Class "B" i iCIUD 1844-Charles Goodyear issue 1 I ...
Illl on an error by the rightfielder Two-ba: hits: Arrington. By-. -- W. L. Pet"! historic patent No. %3? for \'ul. J '! :1 .. .
and a hit by Sutton. I ron; bases on balls: off Martin!I IJ j Elks Club 83 ..7271i I Ii canizing of rubber I 15!, : .. '.
Henson pitched shutout ball I 1; struck out: by Martin 1. by (i Kantors Men s Shop 6 5 .545 j jI 1846-Oregon Treaty conclud I' :\
and a perfect game for five innings. -J Henson 7; time of game: 1.00: I VX-1 Flyer 57 .4171 i ed-settling the much d:
With one down in the umpires: Villareal and Griffen. Naval) Hospital 47._:333.. i i, boundary with Canada: I, !,, ..
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I about 1.000 women and cmidi-n! :
on Sunday School picnic df': 1\ :
r ; 1919-Capt. John Aicock; 1i1-J': '' 1 1LI '

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.TUF 9DA1. JUNE 15, 1948 THE KEY: WEST ClTIZCX .. PAGE SEVfcS 1 1Mrs.
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; '-> Marion; Murray Lectures 1,Adams-Thompson f, J

r On Told : .< .
: . Ringling Museum Of Art Engagement -
Ir.Btrll>nfrd) y I Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin N.
Last Friday .
, evening Mrs. Marion Adams, 1423 Von Phistcr street

'Ringling Murray Museum lectured of Art in on Sara the .t: WORKSHOP Continued From WILL Page One RUN) ;'!. ment yesterday of Mr:nnnunced Adams the claughtci" engafc" ; 11N .
sofa to a representative group of : the details of the work and to Betty Joyrp. to Marvin Thorrp WHAT AS THE PRICE OF FLORIDA

'Key Westers under the auspices make local plans. son, Jr.. son of Mr and Mrs 1\1.1'-

of the Woman's Club. | The planning committee is Vin Thoinjjson: 320 Margaiet; :
street i
Jtlrs. Murray gave a resume of composed of Hamilton. Fowler'ttng couple are graduate;: :
the origin and history of the Carey: and Miss' Eliza_'Gardher, '
Went !
museum cf the Class: of 43, Key :; High
starting with Mr JohnRingling's M-"s. Salts, Mrs. Ely: >MissSands,' School. Miss Adams is also a ,; COMMON WITH
and Miss Vories chairman. '
of the Class of 47 at
first ideas and vision I Miss Mary Trevor, is :chairman graduate Florida!; State Univarsity and. for t i
of a museum, and his carrying of tHe Libary and Acfdi-Visual _
the past nine months, has b""n t
through to its completion in commute. Mr Charlotte Has- attendance J!:,istant for the Mon- ,
'1927, when it was opened for the kins and Mrs. Marian Stark are school I
loe county public !; systEm.
first time. : ca-chairmen of the Publicity Mr Thompson is employed af :
1 :
She told of his personal mte- : Miss Katherine Lowe is chairman The Cuizen Publishing Cunnanv Duungth" i
rests and ambition in working of the Hospitality commitce as circulation manager !
wuhe sei-v'ed three years:! with
toward this goal. Several time*
while Mrs. Catherine Logan .
Field and Coast ArtilkiyNo :
advised the collector .
he was by l
and Miss Marjorie Coburn are cochairmen dcfimU' date has been" set ; tct
assisted him not to
that purchasea
of the Music and De- .
but an ("jilFall:
for tin tiding"
Certain painting, but, disre- votional committee Mr Sweitzeris
rading the advice and relying ceremony is anticipatedFern fi f
chairman of the Faciht:es Committee '
An his own judgment, he boughtit and V-s Amelia Cabot i!

and found out the painting and i!,' Miss Marie Haskins are "'0- Hummel t To
was authentic and valuable. Its,
chairman of the Evaluation. and -
was because of his tireless efforts Final Report committee. i i Honor Two Guests II f ; .k* Id

that the people of Florida ,{i: There could be no better proof nt
ran be grateful! in possessing one that this is a workshop for the 1 I Fern Chapt No. 21 will glut Iii
pf the finest museums of this :teachers and theirs has been the a banquet m I...-e's Orient Retail"!: .kaD
country. Mrs. Murray said. 1 1v I.I planning that will make it a su"- rant. June 25 .t 6 p.m. in bonn fi 3V ; -
The Ringling Museum is the :' cessful learning situation for our of Elizabeth Penn worthy auntmation ; ,- .; xt "II
-only museum in the United ,, teac'hers. of the older sort J. E.I'\c l :} 1 I
States owned by a state. i I Dr. Moon exJ"l.1.(: "( to bring hu Larsen V/GP of the" grand d!+ahi i, ;: 'r ?..

Mrs. Murray, illustrated her family around the tenthof[ Aug- ter" of Flol' da. : , ', .
l lecture with slides, first showingthe ust and the remainder of the The following owpvitte !, in. !I M ,t Y 9na ;II j
gardens, te museum proper staff will arrive in time to make charge of local arranpe>;: :n<'nt; I ''vto
and other buildings which are Connie Df'mf.'I'itL Jenne Tae" &
further plans before the opening . f .
executed and inspired by Vene- !! date for the Workshop-Confer- v Mi. Kathryn Holik and D;,f;.r.t E+ : >i {>

tian architecture The museum itself once Although through scholarships Poi.tcr. -'b PI'ty
: considcied of the most . --.- : ,.
is one -
: and financing of the county I Ia ....
beautiful in this country, with its board there will ho fet ; u,,-; Ru ittiiotns; To Meel -
cloisters and formal gardens
in .
paired of the teachers they will I
a background of Florida pines ;I'ears three semester hours of credit "-- | The Rainbow Girls will hold a !' , a ir ,

Among the slides were four|i while attending the workshop meeting; tonight, beginti!nj, at 7 ,.,.
Reubens which are considered as 1! o'clock in the Soottish Rite f 6 ..t
fine as any Reubens which are ,i The workshop will be from .
Temple, Eaton and Simon ,, H ; .
in existence Mr. Ringling pur- t 16 to 3.
Augus September just a streetsimrr. k, 11.-
chased them in London. Peter j'fety.days" I){-{ore the openin;, of .

Paul Reubens created these four "I school for another. termMN ) :MI\sinu: ; r,
which i
masterpieces, were cartoons .t" "
to be used for the designs,,i CHARGED (Continued Jrorrs Page One) c'

in the weaving of tapestries. I fered by Reprsentative Clayton ...
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There" was also another fine example Powell of New York. I ..
eliminate) few of them at '
; to a "
amendment providethat
of Reubens That
in a paintingof ..-
a man and lady which is ac- I least. there shall not be" any segregation r "
On the trial of Etter I<'
credited to being Reubens and I Thursday of draftees because o, }heir iact. ,
his wife. A splendid example of F. Wilson colored charged with color or cligion. I sT I
I the killing of Margaret Parrish .n
Rembrandt was shown in one of +
also colored, in a. Petronia street I f ill
his portarits of a man. There are records of quite a =(
saloon the of March 23. "f
'. One of the finest Velasquez in I evening number ot women pirates in the I ."
Wilson allegedly stabbed the wo- 17th and 18th centuries
existence, an exciting full length a
man with a knife. He fled to the .n
portrait of Philip the Fourth of

Spain and also a smaller canvasof I Naval steward's Station mate, where first class he was but a ASTHMA i This One for CERTAIN+ :' -

his wife created much inte- I later was caotured and placed > ? r Thing, : +i:.
women painters were well DUE TO ASTHMA
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I New. hope for relief from asthma yarn::- <
represented in a portrait of Marie .. t
Tmn tm era today in rrporu of aueceu with 1',1 i
Antoinette,. by the 18th Century ITCHIHGDISCOMFORT a palliative formula which seta to rrlereconcatioii. 9 -
Mra and! WOBMB who lorna Af : n-
t painter Madame LeBrun and i I olTervd iritb area. .couirhiar ehoki.a.. otAfc"
two examples of characteristic I TONIGHT asthma attariis now tell ot kleK>vl r _
riOMETIN opals n lutcortitirnns .
relief" after luing it. a
animal) lifeby Rosa: Bonheur of Eft Joy O e'obthinc iivd comtori- i, resulta, tbia. w not expensive.,. . 1 h"
the Barbizon School of m ing nwdicatwn of Craya..Gmt- w amounts to_ only a lew i painters.
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meat wlule atucptica < > +i* only as arerled.noMrrul
Among numerous other schoolsof I aid in (ettiu* ri4 o[ trrttatwn.GRAY'S . i*ko.d mth.u C\ naaej. ack. (..uarantee byOnlral h".n
painting was a fine El Grece: OINTMENT Pb.r__...,. f*rhltr dUNlal.a lit
s t Nailrden IillJ
the subject is Christ on the Cross. i - -- -, - nr
/Mrs Murray ended her lecture I..
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by rev;ealing two slides of a Go- ,
ya, the Duchess of Alba whom he .

any painted other more subjects.frequently and the than'gossip : :.. 1 BUS SERVICE :11'
of the day whispered scandal B.OTH Jt *.' r E LOCAL fl

about them. The first slide show- i i, / :1 I tt 4 48
ed the painting before it had I : /f 'n..iI
been restored the second revealed j ..1 IV
all of the detail of the restoration 'I .. ,
This was one of the paintinGs ; In.
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which Mr Ringling had pur- .1 i 'n.e,
chased himself. .
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IISSTALLA1 ION OFf Make Safety First For local news is not t confined( : alone( lo t those columns of t the paper which '." t
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be held tomorrow evening at the Your Daily Rule = ;

Woman's"A "White clubhouse.Elephant" sale and : Grown-ups as well as' Children : 1 deal ttith 1 (.uur! fines, and( firseweddings(j :and( sports events. In t the advertisements ( :,.::

refreshments are planned. All Should CO.OPERATE with
members are urged to attend and Motorists and Bus Drivers :

bring. Harvey their "white will appoint elephants"Mrs. chairmen \. making Everyone the" should stie.'ts lulp of KivW in : ,: A c.f local merchants.t le!: >pi'ice i of eggs. .or hulter..or lamb C 10 5..15 of L,I

of standing committees and >t s>afe. Our drivels tak. no : V
plans for the mxteai" along chances. Theo are framed to I

educational constructional: endeavoi lineot owe which and is be May ever" abet WI" ,:suggest r...cry, too, ::I time( ?Iy} importance and inlrresi: I 1! 2o i ilic/1 Chopping 10I15e\V rl ( .

of the BPW :
the prime motive make SAFETY MUST your .
club will be instituted daily iul? THANK YOU.. : t "
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i.I As A City Progressiye As is Its Only I nus FARES I I_ :.1'I' And( to other rC3dcrs..vh(a l h FC :and 1t,alit 1 !tl o) huy, a ',sale of oleo' sport shoes :.II.,

Downtown Buses r
Tw My cootwla conl.i. i j.. Transportation System 1 Routes 2 and 3 J C I :. I -

ALL VITAMINS : I I : or 51-gai.gti i nylons langihle: merchandise? !: and services available.l .. .all t this is -:
4aeva to bt essential to bum to + : I, Poil"ciana and 10 I : I

wttitioa. plus tad iron. : I! laval Hospital C i. ,

72''a $2.59 k ....r I. i jI I : ,' :;t
. local] .
218"$7.95 '-' ;;- : I City Hospital, i : .

_.,!""Ji-. ,.vi.- p' Stock Island and 1 r j : r
-- ,: K eyes t T ransl.t (0., nc. Boca Chica IDC : e.

GARDNER'S PHARMACY : J. W. S llerc. Manager l : : '' $

1114 Division SU Cor. Varela i Phone 1037 ((3) ...._ 7 ,

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: ( ils :advertising; columns.(I Read: t them carefully, and t then huy) I locally. I

: ; JUNE the 11l01ltb for BRIDES !II! : : i i II II

. AND It's Sears Order Office That Has MORE SELECTIONS . I

: MORE VALUES for tht Bride Her Home : I I

or Her Trousseau .

.: : Brides t Shop 'at Sears for Your I Home .: : The Key West Citizens

:: I **> Our onrcnifiit: haiy Payment flan .

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"Step Lively i.
\V I ;y yyixx;'yt! a .
A FOOL :EIt : W. v.. --IRavn -
:: li'-i' I yt.ii-nltt| drfiirhu-r; in her
3"a Li nigh i-ii.jn while -lif
BILL LEE I went to a
;i I t : on the ocean floor is one job that _
:'I" ''IIIIPIIIUlllIIIUIIIIIIIIII1I1JIIUnllJl", i / s It r n"Ighi.ilane. to Itoimw svmte be hurried. Brewing of fine beer is 4'' 9cant a s ,
n-ilk! for the I..bhn;oJ..rt. the 3.. -
They've another. . From its slow-motion start .3a. s to drive si eel j !| moths! irtuiTKvf to firs' Uw baby T
for. the munty beach at the hint :i Sharon Monism, strangled to to its leisurely finish the brewing of j i -a
of JtcynoHj. street.<< The beach < 1 death. 'I BUDWEISER demands time and ;tience.

wifl word be ready by early Fall H, the 1 --- I Choice barley) must season for months.The t a
of engineers and *
tons', eontrae- tI j 4 TOI.SJ"NI'EICS.nns ; malt prepared therefrom must ace: for 4-q It

Charles Toppino & Sorv eon- \ : I weeks. The cool temperature of the brew di, f to i
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tractors, arc driving: the steel j (Know America) requires a long,slow fermentation. Finally, 7 s s
from piles straight out into the oc"'anj 9 sL I i:52r.C'hailcs: II. Smith ("nil1I' the ageing period takes many more weeks '\''? '

Further the' out foot, of Reynolds street.. j "\"rn'i.i. nod Geoigia humorist ofhn. before perfection in brewing is reached i=,'e--ii I i rin
they intend | '
curving div born in T '
"vrencevillc.Ga 4
it toward! White street. Time time. more time. Tliat's why da -
Died Aug. 25. 1x1.1.1833Fdward : 1
Th breakwall thus formed will I 1 M. McOx.k. ITnI I y ourminuteswithaglassofBUDWElSERs" I .. !>" ,.., t. t
be a protection for the sand that are so brimful of satisfaction. ; V. _wtv-yf> .
ion soldier diolomnt. governor of ; r j t -r --
will be laid back f.f il. For somt I rI I Colorado T..rntlJt'horn in Ktcti-. iS3B3S
tirnC:there was fear the work ] benville. Ohio. Died Sept 9, ''V.i ."Illnlp/ rl'i..rr"",''',,. ''''' ..
mighf: not be finished in time fort 1909

the/next:: tour-it: season because 1835-Ada Isaacs Menken\. colvi )I- ft THIS TES 4 r
the contractors could not get the ,,nil much-talked aliout ;>{'- ...t. ,. t .
necessary seel. 1 \ Jam. DRINK /
trtv of h?r Reneratk N>rn in
Now all's well. We'll have a ," b New Orleans. Died Aug. 10. Budweiser
finer< NEW YORK'S GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY. Republican; presidential candidate is in jovial moodat I i M -
1843-((100 years 3t.) Sol) Smith : -" FOR FIVE DAYS
"!>.guess were having a pat breakfast; in Raleigh at the beginning of his one-day whirlwind campaign tour through North I ICardina. Russell noted comedian' actor- '
hurricane this morning" was the With him are Sim A. DeLapp (left) of Lexington. stale Republican) chairman. and J. Ed: I manager and star of his day.: Iwo n :
remark of Jim Curry. who likes :, Broyhill (right) of Lenoir. Republican national committeeman from North Carolina.. I I in Brunswick. Maine. Died April '
to fbh off. Porter Duck recently. I i' __ ___ I II 23 1902. i On the sixth day
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What the heck is a pat hum- '' 1858-Frank E. Elwrll. eminent } try to drink a.
ear?" we asked I'I [. Paul's YPSL I sculptor and artistic pers nalitv. = II sweet beer .:::
Tie winds go straight up and I'i, s i'i'I born in Concord. Mass.; Died on CYou'll -J,. .-"
dovrn vraa Curry's reply. "Itf '.. _
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To Hold Dances ; ] want the
sure fooks Jik it this morning. Not : J iC::j '
I j I i 1861 Emc--tne Schumann- :
I' distinctive taste of es' LK .
a t Ijtyith.of wind stirring. Heink. beloved American : L
s.. ' I f r i iI Twice; Weekly i and concert finesse bom operatic in ; .. E t Budweiser thereafter

rtfcentljr'the Monroe County!)I, Austria. Died in lfo-llyw'wrd. Nov.
GoBttnl&ion authorized the instal g a y Mrs. My it land Cates said today I 17, 1936. I ..
latlorr'ot safety lights alone the'< St. Paul's Young People's

L'pbcr.:-'Keys, notably at Marathon. / ' League<<, beginning to- I Serve plain. rcc I puddrlins: with
Cb tm --i'>ncr Eduardn Gomez rei,i, r I Ii ht. will hold two damns every canned iipniftts plus th--ir syrup/
poet d- the other night to the throughout the ,;summer ini i for a delicious, df'.sf.'rl.HAVE .
Cognit| Comrrr-iiion that two or 1 1tbrt't' i oi one. as heretofoie. :j oJAf Budweiser I
ut"the lights: were not oPt : The dances will be given in :1
3* ,' i r e Y r t""k Paul's Halt Bahama street "i BUYER FORMacARTHUR

i th.\." %' at,CiiMnez do you inquired know of clxnit Cum- ':I r rt; Tuesday: and Thursday even HOME TASTES LIKE BUDWEISER

It iWlcier 'W. A. ('arrh.... wlm s.The music will l he provided by CALL WALTER BEEBE t
haltf from Associate of Fred Dion. Realtor .
, ."""', Marathon Prrns/ and his Coral 1.1 lc stilts ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST. LOUIS I
tral people complamodr art nadetS. '' 524 Southard Street. Phone 166
StJiy.couldn't I.ear then ra. '">.:: .' -"" ,.
I.f. cttJ \ I_- -ame ,with the lights on." ", ""- deviled ham I ,
"" : : } Spread: on bultcidj I - I
Iald 'Corrirnissioner Part ish. 'So : e.
i.>t they;,iliiiTied the lights off." I ,
) | and finely/ chopped r-t".c.
.;thought the idea of the lights j i... '. iur-'t" I
t > /rvscy. aIa' a 'ltn
. wa): Jq jxotcct livo. particularly | .... with mused vegrtabti ...alad
of ibld.r! n crossing the hiEhw lY: ; CHIN I RUB An elephant shrew I _
alt\ ..,Tt.'COnunissioncr Clarence j Sudan to help fight malaria get chin !
UuU f | Washington. Tiny animal is used for testing :
> : lVeJl., Ute light company wa.> ; _
gout; 'to install equipment thatwoLldeliminate I I Ii I I ITSi
.tors. One of
.. : leaks ot elcctriciifand'thus i Circus I Hero (
woman was:
: : do away with the 'I broken. 1 F I
note reaching the radio sets." j jaidCommissKHier PITTSBURGH 1 I'.. In. ;-. I
.! Parrish. "I'll. j i templing! to twit a runaway WJIRi4i I
.4 t I Che Jrlntii: that and let you !know I!| at tin loi of iruKinghng; Bios.Ifcirnum t.- I I Subscribe i .

at P Jbe-next meeting. ;; & Bailey Circus. Iluslcmjj :i QUARTER-MilliONTH CAR !
.-' I K. Ahsher 26- '''ar-.ld circus 1aj I,
:"For Health at Its Beat j i borer, was crushed to death when I I Ij.
IVaeation;; in Key West." Lhe tried to halt the wagon which; a
So;writes Howard J. Trudcau.otjjj7 << broke loose from: u tractor and i iI x
Milk street Fitchburg. I IMas'W headed toward a group of pcctaI I I!Il I
to the Key West Chamber t I
of;C\omm'I'f'C. I j(r ate did for health<< I
my tray >
f-Personally, may I say it's a'thank the City of[ Key: We;>t?" 1'j i All
I I Records with
frp'lfcfr Hnving! in recently your hats.returned gentlemen to New? .( Isn't that*nice*? |!I: Delivered"S i Shattering I

ri .land from your ideal l'ity-!! They are hurrying completion '
ii I ;: of the new auditorium for the '.
any-When II ;;; Convent of Mary Immaculate / +rwi 1 1 the
: I Cars I II
The Most-Copied
:1 building will seat 800 per- j I : ,
i, ;: a vacationing sons.: It is strongly hU/h-.r Relievedby d
wJf;more or leis astounding toeveryone. 'heavy steel concrete blabs and
'Why that's at the end brick. b
of most everything: people said i There will be a roof garden and
I in America I II
; to'ntcI*- something say definitely wonderful it provedto'be a zanine stage will 25 by seat 30 80 feet.personVMI The nruv Wonder i i Stays White

\-1imatr-ah., sun every day- a projecting room for shoe ing ot Dries I
just'.deal. movies. Pair Quickly J JI Ji

*..,: : Southernmost hospitalityat For some time the contractor, j 1 One Coat covers I
"its- finest-from transit drivertoXlore were held up by a shortage of jI
clerk about everyone steel. Now the steel member are Easy to apply
went i whom I came in ("fJntaewIth i all( in place- and the building s. i I i t

bout an. excellent: spirit of congeniality. *- nearing fine suucturc.completion a great It addition will. be tu a> A ND i Tough, WashableGloss 250,000 CARS IN TWO YEARS !

"$. with what the ideal dim the en"'.-. attractions. : Semi Gloss, Flat
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i May be tintedPIERCE I
MIIIAI ,AM ,\ lON: ISKIDAL WALK iI I!,: Y ira_ Lai S6.90 Gal.S1.95 .,
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th..y. rtli... at.i . TO 21,000 CARS TO
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EASTERN AUTO & HOME SUPPLY mc.-1101-1103 Division St-Phone
tAP : 25TII.: eau) I'.M.I.I 418-Key West .
Wirephoto via Radio from Uorno/ E. E. Price Motors Dist.
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Motor Sales, Inc.
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S2.25 Per Person .Motor Sale
FORMER: KING MIHAI of Romania and his bride Princess 1785 S.W. 8th SU Miami. Fla. Hollywood. Fla. Coral Cables. Fla.
Ann of Bourbcn-Pcrmt. walk through the palace garden at Make your reservation early. All reservations most be Homestead. Fla..
Athens. Greece after their wedding. The bride in a white made by 7:00 P.M.. June 22nd. The following Committee Low Y'a Motor Sales Faircloth Motor Sales Inc.: Wallace; Molors, Inc. Sugarland Motors

,, .all* silk dins carries her bouquet and wears Mihai's wedding Members are in charqe of reservations: Connie Demerit Phcn: Miami Beach.; Fla. Delray Beach. Fla. West Palm Beach. Fla. Clewiston. Fla..
elft. a diamond 1044-R. Res. 1016 Georgia SU Jennie Fae
necklace with a large solitary stone as a ; Bervaldi. Phone
dant. Mihal wears the Romanian army uniform of a grand pen I 377-J. Res. 1215 Washington St.: Kathryn Holik. Phone EtS-W. ; Garrison Motor Sales, Inc. Tropical; Motor Car Co., Inc.
f amnhaL Res. 720 Bakers Lane; Dagny Porter. Res. 1013 Southard St. I Fo t Myers. Fla. Fort Lauderdale. Fl.....




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