The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00563
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00563
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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most Key West.equable Florida climate has in the the 1!11 .r si ({ ft. Features Associated and Press Photo Day Services Wue.

country with an* average r.C'y For 68 Years Devoted to the

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t69 were '-.;)ucd during t:te last. 'From Girl; Scouts !
week n\ Building! ; Inspector Er-

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The children ward of the :
dain a it poil t' Acting City
Manager Charles' Roheit Key West Municipal Hospital I SHAROLD i

: Among the neimits issued wane > will b!' e moth more pleasant
,' lOra commercial building
place for the unfortunate little
t rounder construction at the I
parents who muse the
coine of Or,nnell and Division, OCCUPy i

:i:1 .t'S "tl Bets which is being: erected: t>\' beds: there-thanks to a group : r

II Charles T Park at a cost of $13-; of Girl Scouts. I

Yelt.lt GK9 The building will be of concrete Members of the Sea Horse I
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block construction Patrol of Girl Scout TroopNo. E. STASSEN candidate for the Republican presidential nomination arrives in Philaocl
THESE BITS OF SCATTERED DEBRIS are the only remains of a United Airlines plane thai Other permits issued during J
8. cf which phia with his family for the Republican national convention Monday. He his hit
Mrs. Dorothy opening waves
crashed near Mt. CarmeL Pa.. Thursday and! killed all 43 persons aboard. Legs. arms fingers and: the weekvere: i j
to people along the street. With him. left to right are Son Glenn. 12: Mrs. Stassen. and Daughter
Sands is leader ::
the have
heads of the victims were strewn over the ground. The plane flew into a high tension electric For destruction of a frame : presented -
Kathleen. 6. He expressed confidence he will the nomination the ninth ballot
win by
wire in flight from San Diego. Calif- to New York. (See Other Photos ol Crash on Page 2.; I residence at the cost of 6.000 by the ward with a nunsr

C D Griffin in Seidenberc avenue bar: of animal story books. I' -- _ u ___ _
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I; Fact : streets For moving frame building Evelyn The patrol Nettles.is captained Other officers by- ; :
JUDGE SENDS : Finclinji. j i a I Senate Passes
; in two. sections and remodeling include Treasurer Elizabeth i

1 Hoard For Coal 'i them for a residence at the cost Aroi Russell and Historian ,
i i of $7000 bv Malvin G Brenner .
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Katherine Brady. Other ,
I i in 1707! V..n Phi -ter street 1
WilSON TO PEN 1 members Carbon Moore. :
Strike NamedWASIIINCrrON ( For moving a frame building i
in two sections: and remodelingthe Dale Mitchell: Sylvia Taylor. Bill For Draft

UJ' .. ... '...._I.'.... I.......... same- for a residence ;it CO" Sylvia Knowles and Joyce ;

FOR 25 YEARS ; June I'J-! Gnnncll street bv J 0 llantil Loundzrs.'J6'.I'4'STI.l111.
ton The list is estimated at $.>.-
Pre ideiit Truman said tuclax he
had appointed a fatt-finding For construction of Tram''
Mnrtlrnil (..olorrili.ni.irManli :. l__ l hoard to c,nMder the different rf-Kltno in .\nn sit("-I I .1 l lrtI I I'n' n ---- -- -- -- UlToHouse.:
TE'PICCrno.TS: { : ; i
: JohnL. Lewis. Pievi CJniTi f"runt sti 't.t .it
2:$; 4.rlwll: Snt'lo (.1 1\u.IMI;F; 111IL11RY between .in < "i
bCliiunt' G.rn.iolfii ; l
of $3000
'I'ILJIIN dent of the United Coal Mmi' ('': t i .

I .I'ruiU nli.irj I Tor I IKttrr I'' of Ameiica, and. coal comijn --- _. rf.l;\Gl11 oiMiM.E2l.. 1'I,u"'Ct' 1:11:

j; officials.j ) 'rO have : ; : .MOM: 11" :
"f'rli !' |i It was cxplamerl that tin ai>- England a i Taft! And() Dewey 1cnJockey !
.. p..intmenl of the Maid will 1>1 c- ; t ; 10 HECOMC: I.I i IHTIVK I -
: F 'VII..n. a formerol- i i
li dude the from tailing a Split-11iIkTraills'
!, pied stcwaid's mate first class of i strike for SO days from the expiration ''> : I IiN 90() I n.R .\' ti

Uw U S Navy wa sentenced. to 1R ,I of the contract on June I.ONDON. (0\1'.. if int.iawant 1. 'I r+ i For Delegates; I T b. .+.- ..... Pti.

.1. :::0 yi-...-" at hard labor in \the Florida -, 30 their newly nationalieiltrains I WASHINGTON. June I'l! 'I I ,

penitentiary by Judge,: Aqui- j I I Lewis refused: to nsitl'-r a daubed with plum ai.d I! ,. .. I -enatc today passed a e'm." .
wage scale under the proposed spilt-milk paint it's OK with the I Siassenites Too ( m oe draft Wit after a filibn',
lino Lopez Jr. of Circuit Court Ij Busy I
rcw contract until the company railroad They can even ha..lsome j I last night by Senators lih..t
todafor his conviction of sec- and the union had settled their nice bright maroon lined Taylor and William ?jnn..r
ond degree murder differences concerning: pensions with aoldcn blael- yellow (Thatis ; M\III.HSON: { : i FIRST: U \I.J, The bill provides; the WiL>on was conit Utl by a for miners paint tun ) :; of youths and men from, i ito

t jury Thursday merit for the Under the Taft-Hartley hill i 1 It's all part of a scheme to discover I LOT ,\l'lAKILNrM. ; 10HI (;.U.... I III I i Tn'I I \KEn 25 years for a period ", .I: l lmontru.
the President is empowered. to what colors>> the public instead of two \< .

slaying of Maragret Parrish also appoint the board because a coal ', likes the best British Railway II ] Tu FrU: >. y. as had been proopscd tot t t': .
(colored after a quarrel in a Pelionid strike is a threat to national security says: Dunns: the summer 14 a I i house i if the bill beconn<< ",

street saloon. WiU-on stdb- '. mainline and cross country <_x, GOM.It.NOItl; : law it is to go into effect u. au:
Ix-d the woman twice once --- ': press servicesvift be worked b\. i days.

\ ,I trains in experiment c >loi[- n. Tt-t- ,%_'>lr.. I>nMtPHILADELPHIA. The measure was sent t.. thou .,'
across the shoulder and once in CIA Grouplcl ,
Sample treatment for mom-lmcomdor <" Juno I 19Taft -..e for action. but it \,.;, ....

the back trains: -plum and oi't' ; and Dewey 'Ieadets ..I that delays may ex11"->,.-
I In attendance when Judge LoIM.Z Friday( Night milk lined with bands of xtllow !' manouvtrinz today to obtain elf I cause of the chanjun of .t '.' ..1 1
sentenced Wilson to serve 2:> maroon-yellow separated l tn ; pioviiinns in the bd
I cars were Att'OmlYsVil1iam! V lines of $;pilt-milk," Express rn-I I i legates that lean tow'aid St i, I Speaker Joe Martm caul! (tb I.

, Albur\ and Enrique Eiqamaldo ny rea,on of a <'on fusion inmrUng gores: "blue with lining/ of I tedcream I : {U' Wirta., rfnl 1 sen and favorite sons. and Stasn --- afternoon that roneres wn. 'I i
for him dui dates. there \\(1'(' onla and II''Y" Loc.'illtlhur batk hiin
I Jr.. who appeared men are fighting .n a position to mljonnn
in:? his! trial fow'tt th m(tlTne' L.t' night of ban steam train..: "rnaiton luuil! ORVILLE BULLINGTON of : living to break into thr Taft ,mol I !cht. unless vrveial imp, i '.

I i Judge Lopez also sentenced: th Civic Improvement Asaicia- with :golden: )'el1.\\-h..ck-. golden J Wichita Falls. Tex who is I! wedcleztn: ... bills arc left on tile ealrrni.

i G.rdon Cot betl who was a('- turn and little was done The .cllow" .. shown above. brought the race I Mai tin and IocT.11 .
held the Elks Taft ann mnri't
meting was .
I quitted for raping a married woman .1 i onferrnvsabout adjot.: r.nd. 'r'
: on Stone Inland several dub !.- Divoiws; 1 1Petitions I issue before the Republican national that they were assuix-d .>l g. t .. Taft said that conn I c '. '.
weeks ago. to sere four >eai.it r-.I I C n ITatfi-M! p esidont convention platform : ling the 35 relegates: hum Hin j I ..aY diourn for the period fll, .o
matt of the association, said he had .
hard labor ir the Florida penitentiaiy !seckim d-voices committee in Philadelphia on I ',is. but Dewey wo kti- x intended apoomtm; .. committee were filed yesterday in the ..r- I
Corlxtt; was allowed to Thursday. He protested that I pitvsed confidence of gotrai'! r ti Porn in PhikKirlattia and i if I'
: to investigate the in'leasedwatei fire of Circuit Court Cln k RoC iuntil .
of > Demotratifonal
plead guilt to a lesser degree i southern had been the sam delegates '
no delegate .
tatobut there \\e.e too Sawyer b\' Patricia L-.rx'/ j ,
assault with the consent ofV assigned to ths sub-committee I Every proponent for: IX\' convention is rontlu :
ff>\ present "'1n the aUo<.int- against Antonio Lone/ and In .iul\
Curry Harris assistant state at- ; t j and Taft was claiming <'\'< t'i
that will write the G.O.P. plank
ments were defeated until a Robert '"adeH..llar a.ain' I
tot I and eotK-edlina nothing It --- --- -
iie\ meeting next Fnd., Helen Jeanne' Hollar on civil rights. thing
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Defense Counsel John Sawyer tin midst of the j jokin*.,, it \'. .t
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revealed this that 10'of I .. I lilnlh(1gicU( ;
morning ''' vrfid that Dewev and Taft the 12 jurors who heard the CM i L.J: .J'F-- SEC:I;Kin (;\IIDS) r.VTFLK: THlh.ln{ : IN .m\v. n.:i: i 1 1'xts n.! l leaders, on th. 'i, '.t h.tll-t'

dent.. against Corbett voted to' IAIircph, I w ith the former out in ftnrii( .

acquit him The JUI'YVa... subse LOIS CLARK of Lakeland.Fla. J L .o.{.. I It ('an Dewey hold togetnti! ht-i a CilyApprov.il

quenlldN'haracd: without : .. t 'leie l ;(ale. after the .n'onri IwllotI Th ,.
visiting St. Petersburg : i 'rr is no appaicm .1 .t:
.('af'hm;: verdict I ii challenges President Truman's iI I I h<. fails to win anfuitht ful-! of t I the building codes m t,>i t. .
i I I.' ." h\ that time"* is .....
.n.t a qu .. s tion ftf hone for D . '
western campaign statement )
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that. ha been oropounded ,
nllli6f'rwo I Hat California; sunshine makes 'f' t-. _. Miller in Flakier avenue.&r .
net, a 'of'ix-alcdl} tod land the to
M.iiCnarleS '
Florida's look like "30 cents." ( \ wrc plt.to ma Acting City
,enet ral opinion is that if he does I Roberts acid B"l. '
Men Shipped( For j There been so much sunshine; not show Crater strength when ,.r;.s. DUDLEY C. HAY of Detroit Inspector Errol V. Sawvi i
in St. Petersburg that the Even -
'hI' second ballot counted his
is sets up shop in the Bellevue They roadc this statementday
'ng Independent' afternoon thane'u f nomination i.< Alight Stratford hotel l in Philadel- after studying the pi>i.
Funeral( I newspaper can't find a taker j Another question that is enlist phia as the first woman of any the home which shows orm
for its offer to lend umbrellasto ) me much comment is! whether .
the first floor
American political party to room:: on a i:
The I..KV of 1I'nJ'YV, Andei the public on rainy days. or not Vandenbens will begin: to handle the m.in-size job of secretary I room a dining motn. ., k I .
:+'n. who died Monday was shipped Lois models one of the um 1 jathei strength, after the voting and two bedrooms;
cf a. major party conyen-
yesterday to Cocoa Flouda brellas. rot fa'-01 ite sons has been e >n "It is o w fN5iy UM int "
I tion. As of the
by the Piiteha.d. ld"('ral horn" I --- - -- -- - P dud."' secretary Republican ref the contractors: t'. li'iTtf :.' ,
for funeral service and burial He ------ ---- national convention. -;tnrj home ammtin I .

loa\es his widow Mrs Josephine I Funeral Service .._.. .-... .. ....- ... . ". she will call the official roll of o plans we studied JMJ d I wm '
Anderson I delegates at the opening: of the right: t.tnp the :,fnk'Robert.

The odof ten .. For J. Sanchez I TWINS GARAGE: convention Monday. ... .day
... Orville'I'I : : ...
who died bw.i."n.
.n. 23 wrI ....;....... ...........L.. .... I.-.' -- -- -- -- IIAltman. .
Natal hospital. will be sent l by ...In.t. i.5- lira ( n Ilarvev chairman '
i.(1 uiff .1
the. Pritihard Funeral Home to : rumial se-ivices for Je>u. San I ,Info lrinr\ I'fuiitins. Trash:;I I I Fire ("itPlanning < '..iuiiisvinMiiplHine '"

Wateilno. I.>Aa Survivors are i! < hez. better known as Shorn r 'I J 'lli.1 tn all '
the widow. Mi Dons B 'Ibon. I s his Hath. Hinl fender II nrlrPalace duplex bjilrtm.
antes it
who died in a local hospital >nI Hit < >mip.in,' No ::1 v a- rail

and bit by. Ii i I Tuesday w ill be held tomorrow __ u _ ?I t-r tirf-h ftr-- In the rear ntin IK:' erected the it'
1 -1:30 clock his -- - -
afternoon at : in -- ------ ---
<' White Inn Bar loll White -
residence, 512 Petronia street
ALBURTS Father Johnson of St Mary'- Theater -ttettesterHaii', The fur WiqUI'kh'

Star of the Sea Catholic thurch extinguished without Steak! Steak !
Franchot Tone and Lucille Ball ,
will officiate "r, cl darn roc: l'> !suiioundin_
KINDERGARTEN Pntthiid funci .l home i,. m'I "IliT lhi. ..l.inrff.iir: ., ,.I,f" '\ 'E x. nICOllIEH; : :

(h.n cc <>.f ananjementsOVERSEAS; NEWS and: SHORTS
:t In ft \lr.* --- -- -- Dent Ever Forqet That Tr ,
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TIC I I{ \:\M. ()nTTln1 :> : Is Headquarters for th<

Coffee ; ......,J: I::I Above Mentioned
SUMMER SCHOOLGirls I II ShopCHICKEN i . __ Casement Sashat Morsell'WEAVER'S!
1 ...... ,.... "...01....' --.II TICKET OFFICE
3 to 12 Years Cared For I' AP from
or ( Wurrpboto via Radio Pans)
, from 8 to 5 o'clock 5t5O 1 ALL AIRLINES -
I PHONE 633-J .. REPUBLICAN SECURITY GUARDS tackle strikers with rifle butts on a street in the French tire. STHl'\I: \ LI'TIBER YARD
: (utore il! .r. Mir lo ai.ia j
i 727 Eaton !Street, err'd f'r:I,':I,t i-:'lf\: p.m.<. S1III-JT. z 3a. asir t t manufacturing city of Clermont-Ferrand. Workers estimated at 50.000 left their jobs in the area. PRICE TOURS : TELEPHONE 816 i i OF Ol..t. E:

f 1 and; at least 600 were injured in battles between petite and aaters. 411 1'1..1.1 "''f. _________ ..




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: V "NPBODY: -KNOWS .......................a HOW PARTIES
West ;
2uti QTiftour.< t. !I
ti Radio
Pbilabs4 DaIF ZUSt .... byt. I. Programs I Ib .
P. AKTMA*. 0...* &d rMUh Harp: I E.:Stassen, who is aspiring for Visi Nurse APPORTIONDELEGATES

XORXA* D. ART.- JI5. B..ID ..'- ....agUFr .. 'presidential ..........s..s..... ,
Tb. CUt MB BalldrnK the Republican nomination,
Corner Orcn. and Ana 8tr..u
O.!y Daily N).Monro w.p&p.County r in X.y West and must be ga/tn; gInto a crystal! ball in Philadelphia NETWORK PROGRAMS 1Castor. IGrlJdeQI, Han s

L.eell T.e. F.r central
cUx matter where he i is busily campaigningbefore iuItrat one "...,. t.. ..eoueta&esedira4t AP Nevrsfeatuies
t mt.ru4 >t Key Wut Florida. a leeond .
tu haur. Sante lel:81: ,,,
i.e. "But see here! HP preterrl to ; not misunder-.jnJ. r.c1.. I appr"- apportion their
the opening of the Republican National change Cour lit rtiy t. fit CHAPTER 25 pEPUBLICANS
MRMHKH OP THH A44OCIATED PRESS lucas schedwieL La't ...,"..t. p.s.gra's frown da Ki> upon her; n>'\\'. "\Yt. c.ate tne gr :.t r ..r >: 'f a Lar.i. rugje follows
..- S0. Tb for. reproduction.t..cIaled Press of all I*new exclusively dispatch entitled credited to convention on Monday.As e"'lIes ca.not be 'I..oed. tyoU know my dear" Lucien are not guin t .P, nd th'hp\ :,' < t.S: ; rr.ufru: g. -> .tu; an ordinary ; : as -

i.. It or not thrwlM credited la this paper aodtlM X said, when once more the evening discuxing Jimmy. Thc 'j \vcrkmg girl I hk"mp.. but-" :
1'bi n.. loral) .... published ".re. was told in an Associated:' Press dis- SATURDAY. JUNE 19 table had been cleared away and are other' mattt-rs and persons 11 I' "Xow I have bungled! lie l. Each state automatically*

f patch published in The Citizen on Thurs- they were preparing to listen to wish to di. cuss." He switched cIT raised her hands to his lips in his sends four delegates at large.

011. Tess ..1.IC'PTlO.TES: : ,It.1& ... Ivs.lsiiOQuinynayy i some musical recordings "you area the recording that he had only"a dramatic fashion th"n dropped :. Each state having a Congressional

-. -' )..I..t. _________________________________ I." day, Stassen!' said that he will be nominatedon : of X ew-eb. i most unusual girl. There" is no moment before turned on and them. "I have said as always the Reprcsentative'-at-
'three Meetbs, __ tim the ninth ballot. N' .3ca..t MUSK Every Time P2)cbs5.twork -abc one like you, Hildred. crossed the room to sit down beside I wrong thing- when I knew I iarge srncU an additional d -l-
.S.. K'L'II -_. 1..lIly ..eeADVKMTIMa Dane Time-mbs-.-at "On the contrary," she returned her on the divan. I should not have said anything; 'fO,
".-.. .11 Why the ninth? Why not the seventhor Take a umber-Inba-.u' "there is nothing unusual about "Such as?" Hildred! asked, perhaps so soon. Yet you must i, egates at l large.

MATE the ;1S-Art ot Living-nbe me. It is, because I am so very though she still felt that Jimmy know, Hildred. that I have loved ,. 3. Each state which went. Republican
eleventh? Or did numeral show
>>... Known om Application 9 In front My O"luloa-cb.ot Prayer abe i ordinary'"Lucien. that you find me was a safe topic. I you-madly-since that first time in the 1944 Presidential

SPECIAL MOTICB plainly in the horoscopic ball? 1O-Summer Symphony-cba different. "We might begin with your :you came here" since I first saw I': election or, failing that subsequently -

All reading aoticea. verde of thank reaolotloa The Citizen knows of only Red Harh r sports .-bs I "That may be." Lucien said. mother," Lucien said "I told youI you. I believe elected a Republican senator -
one man !
'! ..... Harry Wismer Sp.it.aboL'an. "And it be why I find about "I know nothing of the kind! ,
f .c. obituary notice, poem etc will be <.( Music-mbs-,a t may you wanted to do something sends an additional threq
Carved for at the rate of le cent a line.NotKe who, as a candidate for office frankly ad- True or .'aismt>.--ut I not onlv dfferent but so altogether her. That something has dropped! Yet she had guessed as much, she :'delegates at large.

A r......*I*for i.entertainment be derived are by i rhaivhe rent a*Una.from which mitterl 1 when he announced and continued :4 -News iiaU and CowlU.nt-.1 Comm.ntarrct.J.ck c I I have the lovely.slightest I idea wonder how if lovely you right would into my lap"-as you Americans saw when now she, had in those felt that few there moments was 1 4. Each congressional district K
The Cltisea say.
U sad Invite dU-
........ m of public Issues an open aad subjects of local or to admit during the campaign that he hadno 7:0*-To Be Announced>. I you are, Hildred? But no, of "It so happens" he explained, more than friendship in Lucien'smind which cast at least 1.000 votes for
....r.1 intereet. bat U will not publnh anonymous Melody JncorJ'Graled-.bc course you haven't and therein in those moments of odd !I,;I the Republican presidential nominee
"that we are to have our house
4...'......,atlo.. chance to be nominated. That Key Hawaii Call J.1usk.ans-mb. lies For have as premonition in 1944 for the Republican -
7:30-Curtain Time Drama-n to : your power. you guest next week a famous sur or
Wester who Abe Burrows cts I power, too. my dear-the power from "It is true-I only waited untilI i: for Congress in 194
had before aspired for office Sonc- geon. lie comes abroad so :; nominee<< $
Famous Jury Trials-abc i to disturb me very much-did you would not know his reputation was free to tell you. district delegate.
U Milton Anthony Parrott, not only Name of Sent Quiz;-mis I know that?" you. But I assure you there is no "Has it occurred to you Lucien sends 5. Each one congressional distrust:
7:45-tL Carmichael Seng-cta>
better known but only known as :Mickey. '::00 I The Life of Hi:"y-nlcMr i I He was looking at her so greater brain specialist in any that although I am very fond of which cast at least 10.000 votes
And what I !have to you, I do not love you? I am sorryto
that she dropped country.
suggest -
MEMBER It pain QuU-cbs strangely now
i @ 1948
lie declared when he announced his candidacy ROM llolan. p..trcUyabe l I her own glance forcing heraelf my dear. is that you allow have to say this but it is so. It for the above (no. 4)) sends one.
Twenty: juettions examine
for the Democratic nomination for r to laugh lightly. "No. most certainly him to your
I .::39-Truth or equenct5-1Ib4* perfectly fair with you, that I am and the D
:\lalon.--"hc : I did not know that. But "That is very kind and thoughtful 6. Alaska. Hawaii -,
represenative from Monroe county: Amazing Step Me. liac Show-mi. aren't we going to say good-night ," Hildred spoke slowly. in love with someone else. trirt ot Columbia. each send three

"Well good and gentle folks while I 1:00: -Hit Parade. Sinatra-nbo to Jimmy, Lucien, before he goes "You cannot refuse," he said as If she expected this to be a delegates: at targe ,
Jean Paris Om.-dyb* elf to sleep She was thankful if reading her thoughts. "If thereis shock to Lucien she was mistaken.
7 If the last elected
I know I have chance make the Gang liuslrrs Drama-abe He said promptly. Thai need not congresi
no to Kt: .p L'p With Kids-mb, she could make this suggestion; the chance that it is a brain
from Alaska
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I would matter. I suppose you mean sionsi delegate or
since it that avert your
t:30 was one tumor that is troubling your
ADVOCATED'aT THE CiTIZEN grade yet I get a good deal of satisfactionand II Vaurhn-J dy Canova Monroe Rlo.-atoe'ho.-t. I vthat. might have been said next. mother this man will recognize it. young doctor. But surely, my dear,

I I some pleasure in hearing many of the What'* 3Jy Name-abc "Ellen will tell us when Jimmy Also he will operate. And since it you realize how much more I can
U. liamJT.on Show-rnfcs I
give than he? 1 willing to
I -' 1. More Hotels; ::;Apartments. boys assure me, that is, try to assure!' me 'O5-4.v ICI':Scrcuadectei'iv cungar.boSaturday ": I now.is ready"She for always bed"reads Lucien to him-said could which we be-done mother in and a hospital Ihappento in wait-you and believe-that becauseof

i "- I 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. they are going to vote for me when I know ?. Qai: -abc-baic I' he loves that. He says though hesa.s have a great interest you are that." you will come to care for I Imt'
< ioK'c Tbeattr-mba not to trouble yourself about the ") .
later he much better.
sleeps -
I I 3. Airports-Land and Sea. they'll click the lever for one ofmy oppo- I 10:30-Tb. Grand Ole: Cpry-I> -o I up has of expense." "I suppose" that is the foreign oC: C; GI.

; I 4. Consolidation of County and nents. So what? Let them keep on telling It Pay! to Hoedowu Ce Icnorant-abc-elsHayloft his own Jimmy.way, the a means little beggar getting!" But I cannot let you do that for I dred way of said.arrngig Shc; shook marriages.her blondehead. :' l1il- I :; .f ; i i

City Governments. j H Kr- News & Variety 2 br,.-r.be 'I us!" lie had made it impossiblefor : o ,: iii'" i
5. Auditorium. me, thinking they are kidding: me, when I Xew_. ,-.,.. ,.. Dance Z br>.-itsNews There was real affection In his her to ;:(".:cpt. instead of impossible She felt trapped, almost 0. 0.,,.. Rp DewIsp..
: I Community an.) Pancc Hour-alKern's / tone, for Lucien was becoming I helpless, as if she kr.--.v in spite of
glory in the fact that they are only kidding I a Krackin'-tutsm I genuinely attached to the boy as for her to refuse. any and all her arguments and refusals ALA. 34 14 26 14 11I

themselves." *Dauce Sho.-mts he had told Hildred. "I hope" she U\VHY do you say that?" that Loden wculd. as always I I AliI.. 24 1 12 1 1I.RIe.
IZ.-OO-Dancirc Cu"UDued-abc west said "you won't spoil him too he > both her have Ins "It
d'aO; I II own way. is Toot 30 14 22 14 C
Incidentally win or )lose, candidatesfor I thoroughly. Lucien." ,I hands in his, his eyes, holding min?. You hould not insist, Lu- CALIF 62 53 54 53 22
MONOGRAPH "He deserves a bit of spoilingbut that deep intentness held cien. You -" COLO. 16 15 12 15 6
I office would do) well model their
to attitude
:hers. "Why must we :so:;: on with
NETWORK PROGRAMS it is Robin and Ellen who do lie caught her hands in his
I To the Navy Hospital Corps: atter :Mickey, who really takes most of it. Though I believe Liz 'pretense my dear:: ? You know that again this tme: holding thin so CONN. 30 19 20 1. I
Tm. DEL .20 C .
Inter. L.c.1 Fir
central 10 3
I to You
everything me.
pol-j does her share too. Maybe you that she winc d. "I shnll not
,. you ac-
You have just celebrated your ;"iOthanniversary. () itics in its tride. lIe explained that rsneract t.see. "o..r."ou Some for inOvntansotiract "calat. are right Hildred. But 1 don't know that I am going to marry <'t"ptour refusal. In fact. HiJdred.I flA. 21 16 20 16 7'GA. '
36 16 12'
: Organized during the I only way a candidate can maintain hi.equananimity .'! t'enehane lowofr.lay t. tot, believe it will hurt Jimmy. I [you. Hildred. giveoi.i fair warning that if IDA. 20 11 21 12 11 16 4
IK.I sc"'d..le. Last
, I II C hanss cannot mln..te be ,"cl..oed.pro.555I believe he has the right stuff in She saH. "You sound vry positive !- you do not marry me, I hall kill
:: Spanish-American war, the Hospital: I during a campaign is to him: that boy if only given a I Lu unhave I no'hing: to 1 myself.;' ILL 70 56 63 56 2t.IND. .

I Corps has flourished and its importance alize that everybody else has as much re-I SUNDAY JUNE 20 chance.WUU8lJIlflhilIWhhllihiUItlCTWli8iflflhlIflIflI. say about <:ic matter Please da i ITo IN- continued) ( 30 29 26 2. 14
_. i !IOWA 24 23 20 23 t!
, to the Navy can only I be measured by ,, to vote as he pleases! a" he does himi't Afternoon 1 I - --- ---- -- I IlAN: 20 15 U. I' ..

j : t the thousands of lives !saved" in both war I It Tt"sult:1..:', in :Mickey's case that he was t.-W-America rnited. Talks: -r.ta 1, !I TIIE"En! (! IIEJ: } 1\: AU.IJNK!: CRXSil: I( I: KY. 34 25 26 25 It.

t -. : and pence by these men. Conpratulan just! as contented the day after the electionas \v\\floor-m.*hirer:rt,to,Comment dfTIY.-abc-nibs Key West In lA.MAINE 32 14 t3 13 24 10 13 13 II SMO. ,

I !*! he was on election day. 1:1 -Editor at Home-abc 21 16 20 16 1MASS.
Tb. JlusMj Cox-mbs-basle 44 35 36 35 11
I TilE ORACLE But let us get 'back to Rt a'ot>n.Ve tJO Chicane Kour>dt.bl.-nbe I Days Gone Bj MICH. 50 41 42 41 1.MINH. .
I Tell It Again. ! candidates
have heard a one National VeencraaboContemporary 34 25 26 25 11
. win and
to ,
assert that they were going ,
t:00-R.F.D. Amertra-nbc -f 33
: HUGE DEFENSE FUNDTo detected an anxious note in their tone Week Yen Ar.Around There World rana-cb.-abc JUNE 19. 1938III1IUnnnlllllllllll1lUlUWlUJ.'UIWIIlWlUlJUUlllmmm - 20 11 12 11 4

when they said it. We would liked to have Air force: Show-mbs r -- -. : "iLL 16 15 12 15 7
t.SO-Robert Merrill Co..rt-nb. T .c
NEY 20 9 10 9 3
meet the "alarming menace" of heard Stassen!' make his claim. We doubt Nens,. Presldent-abc','6mm.l1liuy.iI.I Mrs Ruth! Bryan Owen Rohde. NH 20 112 1 4

: Soviet military capabilities the Congress!' if lie fooled anybody, even himself for he News: Veterans' S>an,l--Bls. < I JZ former inemljci ol' congress from .- N. J. .4 35 36 35 II
I N.M. 24 1 3
: :**-Opinion Commentcbs3OOlnslc this district will! tell the stor> 12 1
:< knows everybody knows, that nobodycan P.rade. Corrtriiiht.. hs N. Y 106 97 CI .7 47NC.
of the United States is about
to provide a Tmph..") ,.h....-...... ..., of the anjnfcenjeoti. that havebeen .
be sure, in the true s nFe"of that word, :-;eue, Kroa<1ra; ..l-a IK. made for the Overseas 40 26 32 26 IIN.
record-breaking peace-time appropriation Cbarhe's blnacemb.I1IAm.rican Highway celebration D. 16 11 1 11 .
who will the GOP banner in the over an
for the armed :services of the United carry pre-. Almanac-aba I NBC radio hookup on Wednesdayevening. o 52 53 50 53 26.
sidential campaign this year. *:>>-On. Man'. Family-cOo I OKlA. 32 20 24 20 11
',. States. Sammy Kate :"rr,na := Tee Juvenile Jury-mbs New York ;
The House recently approved $6,559- 4:0 -<3ulz KMs. Jce KrIly-itC; 12 73 74 73 n
.;;... The merchants of Key 'West who John B. Kennedv-abc I - i iI I i.i I. 20 I 12 1 4 ,
I 939,000 for the and Air with
Army Force House of Mystery-mbs -
Miss Bernice Brantley, backedby !Sc. 21 4 20 4 Iso
want your bu.Miiess, ask for it by advertising ':1 -Cal Tinner Talksabc43O5ews I 12
11 I 11 4
only two dissenting votes. In the bill! is an the Key West Lions' Club u-
in The Citizen. : : Living! ISIS: -nb jItan -c' tENN 36 22 21 22 11 '
appropriation of $3,686,733,250 for the iv>.. It CJuIZb". now only one vote behind the
Milton:; I.n.., !t. -..r l->-alDetective leader Miss Susan LaKin. in the IIX 51 33 50 33 2J
:_ Xa\- '. )Iysterir-mbs tITAN 20 11 12 11 4
':00-The Sunday Th..at..r-"bo content far ueen of the carnival -,
BLAMES 16-YEAR-OLDS liT. 12. 4
: It should be understood that the $10- Jan I.snaal: .tt.. Oasis.'Ulf't'a 1\0"11-->ft-ab.: "' I to be held in connection with .11. 34 21 26 21 nASH
246.672,250 is in addition to the $3,198- \.4O'r' Arrat ma-.b. the Overseas Highways colebra1hon. 21 19 20 1. IvA

Sixteen-year-old drivers are involvedin ':! -Phil Davis Orcb.-cbs I .
I N 2. -
00,000 for 16 20 16 1
recently provided
procurement I ':J -Frankle! Carl. Band-cbs I ____ 1 1I .
three to nine times fatal automobile . K. 2. 27 24 27 12.
as! -
many T.'lnc..u'" - at"
of aircraft
for the Air Force and the Navy. \\Oat Makes 1 Vol Thk-otEvening I A contract for $10,847 was "'to 12 9 6 C 3
accidents as middle-aged drivers AlAS 6 3 .
In addition there available awarded to Miami firm 3
: are sume approved today a I
jtfST; COL' 3 6 3
in previous which have according to the Automobile Safety Foun- f-0 --Catholic Kadiu ;;enlce-'bO I improvements to be made to I ) ,
: years, not Th. t-.miy: Vim"-<-us HAWAII 6. S SOW
: dation. Drew IVarion wm..tbo I the Key West Marine Hospital EARL CARROLL fright'' famous theatrical producer end i Beryl ;
been spent. For the Army and Navy, the Those Webster 5tltL.i:1INes 6 2 6 zcZ
i In attempting to explain what the rec- Wallace 'lefi). hit No. 1 star puShedith 41 others in the -2
estimate of these funds SumraryabcS30hlullywnod ; :
: is $3,583,692,620, ,,uRi: 2
Club will
Preview-rbe Key Camera crash cf a United Airlines piana Mt. C& l. Pa.. .
ord shows the Foundation that near = !1 Thursday.The '
and the Navy has a similar sum available says re-I Summer Guest C.ncert-cbs' I bold a meeting this evening In' row5':; mm;; S31
_. search blame lack of realrst Story Kter Tokl-at'SNiels airliner: was en route irom San Diego. Calif. to Raw York.
experts the
hut no estimate i is at hand. ( Carter. DetectiaemufSSlJaek county courthouse to selectpictures
for the exhibition beheld This picture was made some time when Carroll and Miss
with three characteristics Bennr Comedy-etc to ago :
training to gether I Hawaii is a Republican the terri-
It should be understood that .. .
the Sho I
gigantic The Cene Aulry -cu 2-4. the
of youth : (a) too much energy, which I lore Adventure-abc on during i ii WaUace were boarding a plane for a flight. Ion' send an additional.) two deItsutes. -
: appropriations made celtbration.
by Congress ihertotk Holmes-nibs highway-opening ; : .
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I shows in excessive speed (b) inabilityto : _Pat O'Brien Orama-nl i I
are based upon the testimony of military up ; illoiMtie and Uacm.*od-L!e i ::; 1 I'KIKST: VIKTSS: I'LYSK: UUSII \ H ::1'1'1 Z. Puerto Rico sends two de-

t: leaders such as General Omar N. Bradley, keep attention on driving; and (c) the Bill; Uooriwin lltatter('''<'h9"-n.l.iv<'l>-xttvliabrtel William W :itt. Jr.. and ireates. the Canal Zone and Virgin :

.. . Army Chief of who tendency to "show off". ':I t>>0-Tlie Shaw Chorale-nbr Henry Renedo. who has spent 101 ; Islands none.
Staff says that "Sovi !Sam Spad. -'ld..turea-. days fishing and studying:: at' I Each delegate is entitled to one

rf 4 et armed forces, with an approximate total While the experts are probably correct Tie Stop Mediation the )l.iic CJul.-a.Uuard mba. Sand Key. returned today and I vote in the convention-

I of 4,000,000 and 14,000 planes in their analysis, we are inclined to 8:30: -Frt-a Allen Co",iedv- CcThe I will leave tomorrow for Jack- Democrats apportion their roar'
: provide -
Man Called: -X-cbs sonville ,
believe that the youngster is of- vention delegates as follows:
a substnatial iron list for the average llvvlcs" Comnant.'ryn.tP5:41.Tale
, aggressive 1. Two
delegates for
I News Comment-ml* ---- I II each coO'ssional
policies Moscow.: ." He says that such ten the victim of over-confidence. Without I::9O.herra.ColtoundnbcCatch Milton S. Baker of Pensacola I s::a- district.

i forces are capable of swiftly overrunning adequate experience in the handling of Waltrr" Me Winchell If You Can Time--cbs aba arrived yesterday to visit his I Two delegates at large for eacb

motor vehicles the Meet. Me at r.rk'-m.. I grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Milton I senator and two for each repre-
1 Europe, the Near and :Middle East. Korea young man or woman t:14-lloll>..ood CommentabCPJOAlbum Baker. I I II .-t"ntatl'-e-at-Iaqt';

t and even China. assumes an ability to meet any emergency I Familiar )Music nb* 3. Four additional at-large delegates
J .Strike It Klcb. Vtuizt
General Bradley does not suggest! that that may arise. This confidence in one's Mupersllti'.n a, Living ITmr Sl"-mb-aiJl'a ... I Isadorp Weintraub left this from those states whicljArnt

t, a war is inevitable but he makes it plain ability is a valuable trait but before it can 10"' >Take It or Ixsive It-nbo morning for Miami on a business ; Democratic m the 1944 pre-
_. Mickey lt.m.n-y 5U.rych."simedy c5a5&I i -lovntial election.
I that armed hostilities might result from a be a positive asset, must be tempered with Writers Slww. _* trip. - 'i 4. Six delegates each from Alas>--
\wices of \rIIIC.-.b.' > ---- !
1. : deliberate or accidental incident and is experience. 10-3O-Horace lieidt Show-nbe I5'I. ka. District of Columbia Hawaii
: a Miss Rosinda Piodela] is in Miami I
Esc.|>. I>r.rr.a ::;m.*-ebeCommentary Put-ito Rico.
) "plausible possibility" so long as the armed on Movi,s-abe visiting relatives and friends 5. Two
I Clary's Qaaeettsmbp1Q:4To j I. \ delegates each from th,
:. forces of the two powers face each other Prejudice is: often more prevalent in Be \nnou"ced-abC I Virgin Islands and Canal Zon

i In strained: atmosphere ol "distrust and the nature of those who profess" the most: i UCIO--S.. & Variety Z brc.nbeNeas. Today The Citizen says in an' 54 Each of the above delegate.- has
Varlel)'. Dance 2 hr.-d editorial paragraph; j n
: tension." tolerance. te*. th i.'ance tiand t nrs.-mbs1Z:00 i "When you buy in Key West;: I But delegates at large may be

1 1 The General insists that, quite apart : -DaocinR Contleueil-aUcVoiir -"t I you invest in Key W t"I I- ': doubled at whim of states '.II

I from Soviet intentions "the military power I 6 PLUS 21 ZEROES tats chose to double their allrnent *-
I Horoscope eat
of Russia: ;
; presents an alarming menace to such
delegate has one-half
: : : a ofL"vention
the security of the United States." lie says I The giant 200-inch telescope= mirror, SATURDAY. JUNE 19. 19-18-- -. vote. Practically all -Us

i that the appropriations provided by Congress now operating atop :Mount Palomar i is the Toddy gives an uuti'ir! nature; a; (Know America; ) -, take advantage of this rul' Jtgives
j ,
broad genial\ tt>mp-ramfnt and I I 1316 Wiiliam II. Webb, New old party workers: j trf*
in the
most: powerful telescope world ;
and t'c
represent "only a plug in the dike"and : y ity
, it health b xly Th.motions are York lHiil l lr of fuitious clipper i i gt>t> their nanIn tht. ,(

) that the nation will not be adequately) I according to expert, will enable astronomers rather physical than mental, and It packets and of Ui* first ironcliids! '' -- - ; paper.AUTOMOBILE. 3

.. prepared for an emergency until it rallies to see twice as far into space ever I tllt' prospect is for a large family'! 'torn in Nt-\v\ YeN k. Dn-tl Oct 30. -

before. or a large aggregation of friends. : I8W. j i I-
"sufficient and active
reserves. I and for the arunaiilation oi some : 1226 Charles .
Lnring Brace
I Consequently he : The distance that the astronomical wealth The :tI$
renewed his urgent I fortune is an exttfdmgly -! found-r-h ttf the New YorkChildren' :

:: plea for enactment of universal military I; experts will see is expressed!' by the figure doing.happy ontIJcwarf". of over. :I .-, Aid SocIety piontrriin j .... :,. .. -I'!.'" t We fill an prescriptions wheii

training whichin his !'ix. followed by and 1 modern! philanthropic! int'Ih..slsi i old
opinion is twenty-one your
necessaryli !' zeros, I A PRIEST G.1ZES AT CRUSHED BODY of an unidentified car Um giving y
humane woikc-r in the slums .U.m J victim ?
I trouble.
such technically known six sextillions. SUNDAY. JUNE 20. 1948 Today :
> provide reserves. as -
:: in Litchfit-Id Conn. Died Aup j in the crash of a United Airlines olar near ML CanneL Pa. We
I is likely to carry complete line d
pessimistic -
I If you have an idea of the universe; glOJ I 11. 1890. J All cf the Brake
I nature There is considerable i i persons aboard wcrkilled and.their bodies were P.rts.lgnitiori. Gas Fitting .

Anybody can be friendly with an individual I in which the world on which we live ii: ability but probably many plans :,I 1830-Thomas Ik-nton: Brooks scattered: in bits ever the tragic sce: 1e. Spark Plugs Fan Belts.

) who is friendly.I a speck of sand, you might contemplatethe will be abandoned on accountof PIOIH- r gcologkt-mining engifleer -, AT YOUR SERVICE . .-;
t of :hr Lake --'-- - --'- - -
doubt to their value. Cul- Superior region,) DAY
__ a as OR NIGHT "
immense distance>: involved in astron; tivate and I,I father of noted children born in authors of her B! ; lil. Lus-t ,
strength of character agent o r"'r.II".a ., ''' :nn2.n. n Li i j.fc.nia -
I .- What has become of the otd- t 'leI omy. If you do you will repeat.the ancient decision of mind and do not let I''- Monrw-. N. Y. Died Nw. 22. burn. Dad Jan. 22. 1933.: J, torpedoinR. Hay 7. 191 iliW PHONE 1178 :.:::

I family picnics that were the big e.vents of question, "What is man that thou are mindful versatility overcome continuity. | 1300. j j183S 1856 Eibwt Ilubbaid. .tnwa.I I -Ix.-i r%; .. foned Kv J JANE and SHINE I

' ' i I ISubscrite I -Elizabeth MarUnry. the N. Y.. pditor-publirhrr. '--. t-. V" i- V i i }t'a--ITUIn. ti I

: the. summertime? of him? !! ; to The Citl en. 'J famed New York theatrical aad crufnvLO. indm:. -I.! in. I i- J. l' .\. : -tl. IS02 BERTHA STREET



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I VX-1 Downs Elks 7 ; .
t.ol ..... --. -,._ ,- nr I
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I Rill At Wickersi
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And Bob's Noses
Sport Shop
i; Field Sunday'

i Veterans Close 3-2 Score
By A double header: of baseball

xviU be.pla(1 at Wickers t&lurncipal -

) Field tomorrow ifiern-K-n.
First game will start at 1:3:1p.
in. Uu Pirates will ..-.. ;>
B \LL IN OrKNKK,?! I e
City Recreation II I bits with the Clowns.Fans
will remember last Sunday
thit the game ended in uIK

at one alt. it is expected that
L I Jimmy Register will tart on the
mound for the Pirates lie i>
oft-1I : the local High school buy sat

Park last night Both games SOFTIIAI.L : made good in college Fans will

were thrilling from start to finit.h Bayview Park. Night be ahle to see how good he i--.
I I'I Pancho Sal.nero will be read

""' In the ooetiin game. VX1 won MONDAY- just in "a5('.

over the Elks by a 7 to 1 score. First Game VFW vs. Sub- at Joe Novarro will catch J'd-
:C.ritfen Rave them two runs Ron 4. laical will be on first. Arnold
ih the f>:xlil. enough to win the Second Lme-Kmtul's* on second and Armando A{-,:-

game and in the seventh they Shop v.... VX-1. \cd. at third with Jim Albury
scored four runs on two hits. TUESDAY at short Baker. Arango. Doine-
Henson pitched two-hit ball First Game-Adams Dairy vs. nc c'lI in the gardens Mo
rind R Irez allowed six hits t Bob's Spoit Shop will be held in reserve

Horner and Henson each hit Second Game-Elks Club vs.Naval pb"'J I L The Ciown will have tile

two for the winners. !: Hospital. CHARLEY CONERLY (right). University Mississippi footballstar i same club at last Sunday with
'' In the field DeRose, Homer. .! Roberts or AUf in the box
THURSDAY last season, signs to play with the New York Giants of the
Grosberg and Demanis starredfor First Came-Bob's Sport Shopvs. ; Naticnal Football League at a luncheon in New York. At left I I --- ---

VX-1. and Rodriguez and In- SubRon 4. is Steve Owen. Giant coach and in center is John V. Mars. I 2 Games
graham were the best for the ; Sunday
Second Game VX-1 Naval :
Iks. !: vs. president of the club.INDIANS 1
Hospital. __ I I'
Score: R. H. E.Xl : Barracks
100 002 4-7 6 0 FRIDAY ; Al Army
Fir.;t CJame-VFW vs. Adams 1'
irS' 000 100 0-1 2 5, LOSE AGAIN; i 1 I
Henson and Demands: R. Per?:: : Dairy. There will be two games at

Two-base hit: Cousscns; !stolen Kantor's Men's Shop.JUNE First game will get underwayby
1. ase: Dion; sacrifice hit: Goeh- 1 o'clock between Adams
Fir G..me-\'X-. Kantor''
I ng; struck out: bv Her 6. by' t Dairy and the Atomic Boinbe-s
1'CZ 2: bases on Isms: off Hcnn Second Meno Shop.Gam.----\cam.i Bo,.lon Ura\('. iefraletl f Adams Dairy will use VerielUDavis -
.. > 2. off Psrcz 2: timer game: Dairyvs. '! chile the Atomic Bombers -
1 00: umpires: Griffen and Villa- SubRon 4. Cincinnati HeilPirate I, have selected Gabe Lastre
I .al. JUNE 29- I 1 I How Stand: to do the honors.
i ie First Game-Naval Hospital vs. They
Elks Club. 1 I, Take I'hillios Into f&lUlt!R ;. On the receiving end will b-
In the nightcap the Vets and; none other than the the invincible -
Ijob's played a great gaire. The ] Second Gamt.-TIub.s Spar I Ih Shiilonl I' Roberts
lireuks decided the game. fIn Shop vs. VFW. 'I I I' norida.lnterDaUonal This should prove to be a good

{ the first Bob's went down JULY 1- .n" '_ia t.d ..r.....' Baseball League :[ game as both teams are fighting
First Game--Kantor's Men :
< e-two-thtee j! Naval NEW YORK. June 19-Clen'- Club- W. L. Pct. for second place. The second
In the second. Walker got a : Shop vs. will together Sub-
land is still clinging to the came bring
Second Garnc-nob. Havana -16 24 .65.
single for Bob's. I j ji Sport erican League lead, even nm 4 and the newly rgani/co:
Shop vs. Aria ns D lilY. Am-I Tampa 44 27 ..620St.
Bob's was retired in order in :; losing to the Philadelphia ; Scorpionswhich consi its of
JULY 2First Petersburg 33 33 521 I!
the third. i several Pirate players and a
letics last night by a &CO.Y :
Game-Elks Club ..I I Lakeland 3ii 3719:1:
'. In the fourth Acevedo beat a'! v. to 4. Cleveland has lost its sixth I I i i few of the Rambler players: in
VX-1. MiCt Beach 35 37 .I8G
lot out to short Villarea s:cri- \ straight addition Mario Sanchez, the
i game
Second Game SubRon 4 vs. I West Palm Belch 32 40 ..4.14Miami i i
fired him to second. Roberts The lowly St. Louis Brown* manager
VFW. 31 40 .437
batted out a roller to short but 'I took New York into camp last 1 1! He is holding back the namesof
(NOTE-All managers take no- Fort Lauderdale 23 4. .347 I
big. lanky Mastens threw to 3rd ; night, 21.vhile the Chicago wine of the players He state
....d Acevedo is out. Mira hit tice: All games will be played White Sox whipped the Washington I : that the fan should watch the
scheduled and changeswill I
441e over the ceneterfileder's es be made in the no schedule.) !I Senators. 5-2. I Island City Baseball League i i i Scmpioir when they come out
fjead for a homer. j; i In niht games in the National I Club- W. L. Pet.i I to get a little sunshine.The .
In the fifth Casado doubled 1, League the Boston Brave; SubRon Four 3 0 1.000 i i SubRnn team is still in
t > right center ,but his team- JUNIOR SOFTBALL again won from Cincinnati by a I Bombers 2 2 .500;; the leadTODAY'S
I aces could not bring him h>me Bayriew Park. Afternoonand close S\t e. 5-4. while the Pittsburgh Adams Dairy 2 2 .500 I I
In the sixth inning the Vets'stored Morning Pirates took the Ramblers 0 3 .000 IMRTIIDAYS
: their only runs of the j jgeme Daily ploy. phia Phillies into ( Philadd-I j

I Vi'larea was an easy out 'i I Ifop&ins { The St. Louis Cardinals won Major Baseball Leagues I t i. (Know America)
} hit by a pitched balL TEMVISBayriew i from theNew York Giant -ys- I t William ABrady of New-
aker: hit to right and Albury : Park. Afternoonand terday 12-8. while the Brooklyn AMERICANClub : York veteran theatrical manager -

I isjudged the ball Hopkins Night Dodgers were bowing to the Chicago W. L. Pet.'I born in San Francisco, 35
f ored. On an error by short, \ Daily play. 1 I Cubs 64AMERICAN 'Cleveland 31 18 .633 : ears ago.Blanche.
loV-er: scoied Those were the 'lt LEAGUE Philadelphia 33 22 .(iOQNew i I I Yurka. actress, born

ilv runs of the Vets and they SKATING Night Game York 29 23 .553!, in St Paul. Minn 55; years ag i
tied the game only to be lost intie R. II. E. Detroit 28 26 .519.j Mrs Amma H Rosenberg-
Bayriew Park. Night
seventh i Philadelphia 530 Boston 25 26 .490 led New York labor and public
. I Bob's seventh inning: Arnold I FRIDAY Cleveland 450 Wa_hng\.On 24 30 .444 I relations consultant, born in
7:00 9:00 P.M.
*.hd Haskins are easy out: Casa- J to Fowler, Harris. Savage: and St. Louis 21 29 .420 .- Hungary. 46 years ago
walked. Acevdo bunters safe- 1 Rosar; Beardcn. Black. Chri-to- Chicago 15 32 .319 Neal O'Hara of Boston, columnist -
and Mastens threw to third in ; BASEBALLMunicipal pher. Lemon. Kleiiruin and He- NATIONALClub born in MiddJrburn.
a' i altm-'nt to catch C;><;ado *o- \; Stadium. Afternoon gan. +I W. L. Pct. Mass.. 55 years ago.
g to tnird and overthrew the i ig. SUNDAY Night Game : Guy A Lombards band leader -
It. Casado scored Villareal out i 1:30-Piratevs.. Clowns. R. II. E. Boston 31 22 .535 horn in London. Canada. 4f
)l+tcher to third I I 3:30-Hialeah Red Sox v\i. Key St. Louis 270 Pittsburgh 30 22 .5-;; cars ago

Vets were out out in order J Ji West Clowns. I New York 130 St LouIS 29 23553 :. Char let O4>urn. eminent r.ctt.r-
I the last of the seventh i Army Barracks. Afternoon Faniiin and Partce; Shea I'age New Yoik 27 25 .519. manger born in Savannah. Georgia. -
At bat. Arevedo end Roberts I SUNDAY : and Berra. Philadelphia 26 23 .431 71 years.

hit twice safely. For the IOO-Ad..rru. D.un.5.- Atomic :, Brooklyn 23 27 .451 William R Castle onetime undersecretary -
MaJ>ten hit once in two I' Bombers.3:00Subiion. Night Game Cincinnati 24 31 .430 of state and c'x-
11'h (1) the olae 4 vs. Scorpions. I R. H. E. Chicago 21 33 .389 : amba'ador" Japan. born in

the field Roberts. Mira a1\(1' Chicago 5 3 1 ,: Honolulu. 70 years a-i o.
er were the best for win- j en base: none; sacrifice hit: Villa- I Washington 2 7 1 Softball Lea=ties Hans Christian Sonne. New
PITS and Baker. Hopkins' and -Itf...irk out by Roberts 6 by I Hayncs: and l',bniscn: Masterson I ;YOlk menh !ntbanke'hairmaa
Myers for the losers IJarris 2; bases on balls: off Rob- and Early. Class "A"Clyb i of the National Planning Association -
W. L. Pet.
Score: R. II E. vris 1. olt Han 2: tut by pitcher I born in Denmark. 57ar>
TV-bV: 000 700 1-t 6 1 : Masten and Hopkins: double NATIONAL LEAGUE Bob's Sport Shop 13 1 .929 ago

VFW 000 002 0-2 4 2 play: Robert 10 Act-vedo to :\1',,,: Night Game '. Vets of Foreign Wars 7 6 .538 Dr Cyril N II Long. dean of

Roheits and Walker hauls earned run<: B<:b's 2. Vets 1; left I R. II. E :. Adams Dairy 5 8 435 the Yale School of M.. i'me.
anti Fallen. I on bases: Bob's 5. Vets 5: umpires Boston 581 SubP.on 4 2 12 .143 born in England.. years ace:
Home run: J. Mira: twobasehits : Griffin and Villareal; time i Cincinnati 4 9 1 .! Class *T3- The Duchess of Windsor born

: Casado. F Uon. Baker; --.tol- i>l f tm::: 1.10: s
--- Elks Club 9 4 .692
--- Peterson and Lamanno.
ANOTIIEK BOI'.BV JONES: ON: THE LINKS I -- : Kantor's Metis Shop 7 6 .520 C.VI ry is Icptiirbublf than

-- ,-- .--- : Night Game VX-1 Flyers 67 462 "th"'i ,tvm v "'1 ihl"-. 11..xi-\'( ".

:1 1 I. R. H. E. Naval Hospital 4 9 .3QS it dt,' require being kept a.> c> Pittsburgh 25 -- -----,- "S pfi.Mb'i Can- tai i vng crloryir
Iy r..A ,, --'s; SV; t Philadelphia 050: The so-called Devil's Island in ; < felt ;>-<-r> cvt-n .i",'r.g thiwml '

i ; I Riddie and Fitzgerald: Robert;.: French Guina is lies du Salut. -ij

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".11..1 i SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD BILLY KEY of Columbus. Ga. winks
and Cold
ROBERT T JONES. III (right, son cf Bobby Jones the "grand Cigars in glee and points to his 142 low score in qualifying for the 42nd

& champion of golf, is playing in the Southern Amateur GolfTournament 1 annual Southern Amateur Golf Tournament at Atlanta. Ga. The

.. on the tough Capitol City Club course at Atlanta. 1 L Soft Drinks slender sharpshooter clinched medal honors with two par-71
rounds the hard Capital City Club course.
Git. Sonny Ellis (left) of Columbus. Ga. watches. on


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Boras Give Garden Party Friday For Officers' Wives I g ADS

Benefit Of Congregational Church To Show Movie CLASSIFIED (

JIll Ie'
Of SilverI
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boza entertained I
at a garden pasty at Information for the Advertisers
their home. 803 Olivia street last HONEYMOON !HALTED On Friday. June 25. a fullcolor I I'tt NET
i-efui movie will be shown at the .AT':' Fort f-:.;M.HBLAfKFACK ... f-r fl..wifd adcetfi .
benefit of
for the Tm--nt -
evening ':
Officers' Wives luncheon at Fort TTPK m..nt* >x intcrLihly i.. .*.....-e. fa' *
nishinc of the parsonage of the I ivrrltiers with |. .
"America's 1stSilverplatc" ,. .101. t..ad rrKular M..until
Taylor. The un..r
First Congregational Church at .-.. may have their ad.etti.e.
tells the story of sil- will be inwted In Th. CilIT'n .:.". '
acted m..n'.har.
Boza as master of ceremonies w..rd fur eah In- ..
the rate .f 2r a r'n.'l''Tn* i :%Dti\i!
and introduced en tel ver plate in this country I laerttn. mt the minimum .rhrit r..r ...nnMh-atlnn/mpT
William developed li.rds ..rrr* I* 3'"i'. Tw tn -lit
1847. when Rogers the first .
. tamers who provided the groupof fclkr._ lpe i? :5a I 1.I" The CiUxeti off..e -furftoVImk :
The rate for
it in the basement of his for in the nwr.ing'of the Ilia.
50 persons who attended the word and the minimum cnarsethe .
affair with plenty of amusementand silver shop. up to the presentOf first li words if 45e. .f pablicallon.I
entertainment.The special interest to the club i
will be the 35: table setting i
program included a community I ii.Uertls.inz I* arcer-ted under the following JT"J'lJ'li: la tWI
sing: a reading by Mn eI scenes, each a distinctive appli- event .>r err.r in aol..orll.lna:. transient wr rwnlrm-t. "ff. **'>
silverware I in '-'...ifled4terii lfcc. ..<
cation of currently poplar the first inserti-n aI
Katie Sweeting: a harmonica solo rem>on> ille .h' f..r .. ..
f w.-upifd
nt space ty
ttivl a
I I OUBln %4 erlUii>K f-r only I h.- am *
bv Mrs Evergreen Watkins. part of the ad.erlisem-nt where the errorur*
tricks by J. R. (Rutty) Rutt: the Patterns are now on displayat I - - - - - . . . . . . .
The Beachcomber on_ Duval_ - - - - - - - - -0
Misses Pat and Louise Rayzei -- n '
who presented a song duet: Mrs street. I HELP WANTED-MALE | FOR SALE
Bobbie Buckley who rendered a i The movie was produced by

solo: a duet by Mr. and M.s i the International Silver Com- GOOD PAY WHILE YOU Bungalow, small store building
John Valcnzucla: harp selectionby >: pany.: MerJdcn. Conn., and was I LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE !. and lime grove on four net
Earl Dillon. director of the obtained for this showing by I High School Graduate .choose lots. size 50' x 120' each in good

band at Key West High school. I Ralph Dickson of the Beachcomber your future now! Here's an of- section. This can be bought

vocal solo by T Jennings Moss fer for good pay. .valuable ex- easy terms. Johnson & Job*.
and a community sing. I j, Hostesses for the luncheon perience. .an assured future! son. Phone 372. junl-tf
The Rev John Peyton, new will be AS--s. J P. Edwards Cochairmen The U.s. Army's Technical
of the organization are School Plan will start off
of First Congregational
pastor j 500 sheets. 8'i x 11. white netgprint
Mrs Thomas Seabrook and Mrs. in the trade clKiosc. .and
Church. pave a talk in which hesaid you
I t 25e. Artman Press, Citiien
that he was so much takenup Y. T Toulon you can qualify before you enlist Building Phone 51. -- .
with Key West that he and It's a real chance to get'ahcad

his wife had sold- the electric aJ ;\Cnban Comedians for high school graduates, jun 17-1 It

heater from their car and otherparaphenalia I \ 1 between 17 and 34. Get the' -....

they had for cold # : Visited Key West I full facts from your nearest U.s. Wrapping paper of various sizes
weather with the expectation of I Army & U.S. Air Fore" Recruiting Artman Press Phone 51.un4

making the city their future :I Alberto Garrido and Eulalio Office at 25 1".1::. 3rd:; junt'1.

home i Pinl' rp. Cuban radio and stage Street. Miami. Choose the .

Refreshments of fruit punch. ; comedians arrived in Key West school you want, now! : White outside paint white ena
sandwiches and cake were served Aerovias "Q" J-l-jun4-6t .
[ yesterday on an meL $2.75 per gal. 5' DtD.Ta
throughout the evening i I plane from Havana. After remaining Fly-go 29c per qt. Doherty &

here a short time. they HELP WANTED FEMALE i Co. 846 Olivia cor. Packer,

Jr. R.C. Completes left for New York with their : Phone 1597. jun4-ff.
Do you enjoy having money'
Bean I On their return the comedians Then you will enjoy fully the
Toys Rags Rocky Road Bar. Reason far
'Said. intend to visit in Key
they money you can make as a part-j;
illness. While
} selling Inquire
West week before
proceeding i
a Avon
Jr Red Cross members who' c .Y w ,,.rTGut..1 Reprt."scntative.1Pleasant. j Inn Bar junl -6ft
to Havaruij
attended Poinciana Elementary : friendly work for
MRS. HARRIET PHYLIS DE- For interview write
school have completed 27 soft good pay. !I'Lot. 48x50. corner of Duval aid
TILLIER. 12.year-old child- :j The moon moves around the i stating address to District Man-
toys and bean bags for blind i! Louisa Streets. Good locatftn
bride of 10 days is at the end earth in an orbit inclined to-the J ager. P.O. Box 1101, West Palm :
children in this and for home business.
country I' i a or T'if
equator. j Beach Florida. ju .I4-I2t;
of her honeymoon trail in New
children \\ho"elOc the victims i I blocks from city bathing

rf the war in Europe. and have Orleans for the time being. Her i t FOR SALE OR LEASE j jI Price, $2500.00. Call 25 --ajunl5tti
never known what it is to own atoy mother charged in juvenile FOR RENT-APARTMENTS j I

court that she is "ungoTernable
I I Liquor license and bar equipment'II I
They also made 21 cardboard and unconirolable. The court Furnished apartment. 3 rooms Living room and Ijcdroom furni
for lease or sale. Call 263-J or
games and collected fish scales ordered the bride to a juvenile |I apply at 1125 Duval Street and bath. Maid and janitor ture. Also table and 4 chain,
and shells for handicraft in a home to await trial on mama's i jun56txMISCELLANEOUS service, linens and utilities j 1 Apply 36-2 Poinciana.

Veterans' Hospital This work accusations. I furnished. Summer rates. Cor jun 17-4tt

was done, under the directionof : - al Hotel Apartments, opposite I
Miss Helen Taylor teacher- Post Office. jun2-Otx" Late 1947 Cushman 3-whctl >coot.T. .
sponsor for the Jr Red Cross at Key West Temple!t Washers, irons, vacuums and { < in excellent conditt..n. S3R.
the school Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. !i Call 11144 for appointment.
For fans repaired. O'Briai-t, Phone I.
To Adjourn I 1164-M. junl-tf Utilities furnished. $69.00 1i, jun7-3U

i\I r Evans Heads monthly. Couple only. Apply
Three Months Duvalstreet taration. Fxiiipped
i 16' x 48' Govt. Barracks. Delivered 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tf

Gray Lady Corps in sections. Double flu ol.-. insulated for :soda fountain sen' f"t". Ample -
Key West TempI No 20 will { roof. Pine sidewalk covered -1 1, Furnished studio apartment for,I ream living quarters in

Charles Taylor, chairman of meet Monday evening at S 0'hx.k : with roofing paper win-t' adult. No pets. All conven rear. Leaving town. Phone
iences. Near beach. $46.00. 9150. 222 Duval. junlS 2U
the Key West Chapter of the in the Knights of Pythias dows and dwrs. F.O.B. cars nrj .
American Red Cross announcesthe HalL Fleming street I trucks Camp Shelby $399. De- 1214 Duval Street junt4-tf!
appointment of Mrs Clifton This meeting will lie the last- livered to lot you unload $560. I New Majestic wire-recorder radii-
One-bedroom apartment hot Water phonograph. table model. CaB
Erected $710. National
the Templehas Sales.
Evans as acting chairman.<>f the one until October as
during Inc, H-4878. P.O. Box 1391. gas stove electric refrigerator 1I3D-W.
Gray Lady Corps. Mrs. Evans voted to take a vacation jUnla-F.
has been active in Gray Lady July. August and September Tampa. Fla.. manufacturers of $50.00 per month. Phone
1475. junl5-tf The U-Driv-Em Boat SVMfs
New Pre-Fabs. All sizes
work since 1945.
II I Includes 3 Gibbs 9n
Mrs Evans first duty as chair- Members of the Temple have jun4-7t power
3 apartments available at 411 Skiffs. 1 commercial fish boat
will be to assist- in the recruiting been invited to accompany
11 I William Street ji.i6-I2tx 33 10'. with
Floor done x Chrysler motor
for the new corps whose Knights in attending church services sanding by experts.Five .
training will start- July 1 Mrs. Sundae'enin,::. June estimates'en.. Phone 2 row skiffs: ..outboard motor -
the Street 163. call at 701 Caroline St. Two-bedroom furnished apartment and numerous articles cf
Evans is anxious also that any in Fleming 27'j or
one-half block from equipment. All in tip-top con
in the community whois Church jun5tfCaroline
beach. $80 monthly. Inquire dition. Priced reasonable. Garrison '
will also have
all ready qualified and wishesto The Knights an i'
become an active member at I entertainment on July 9. to which I Shop. 223 Ann Street. Citizen Office. jun7-5t Bight jun8-2ti

the Naval Hospital to contact I theTemple h;.; been invited. I i will remain open through June I I
the Chapter office II I with increasing v tock of new. Completely furnished apartment. Old model Easy Spindry Wafhcr
jimnmiiuiiniiiiiiiiinmraniiunimimmuinminmhN.C.CS. inexpensive cottons for slipcovers -I 1104 Division Street. Phone I excellent running condition,

.... !I and draperies. From 10 to 391-J. No pets nor children. $65. 552-B W. Poinciana.

5 daily, except Thursday and I jun7-3t jun 18-3tx

1021 Dural Street j' Saturday afternoons. I I
"a'MSon junl37tlSTORACE Furnished second-floor apart- I Furniture for sale. Will rent cottage -

DEFENSE FORCES merit four rooms and tile bath .: to buyer. 311 Whitch 4
PROGRAM :i all-electric kitchen. Adults only. St. jun8-5U
1019 Flagler Avenue.

to QuicksA Miiiiiimiiiniiiinniimuiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'' ;I i Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture junI7-3tx I Electric Singer sewing machipq

son was born in the Key SATURDAY or commercial. Phone 793. table model AH attachmentsand

West Municipal at II:4.*) clock 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Picnic. I I I junl-tf: Furnished apartment adults no stool. 36-E Naval Air Sta

this morning to 11.and Mrs Fishing (sign: UP in advance). I pets. Conveniences. $50.00., tion. jnn9-2U
Edgar Quick. 511 United street SUNDAY FOR SALE-USED CARS 1206 Florida Street. Phone

The baby weighed eight 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Com-I'I 1003-W. junl7-tf i I Hotpoint t'1ertricsto"'c.. $50. Phil-

pounds eight ounces. munion Breakfast, White Ford coupe. Very good buy. ( L"'O' remote control radio. $9ft
Tires and motor excellent. Price
Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base I. i Two-bedroom furnished apart- Phone 1569-J. junl9-ltx
.Al Ulllllunllttlnnlutlgptnl8hllu2nplluullllutnlill.What's (2nd Sunday). I I:00 $250. 632 William Street. ment. Apply 1500 Alberta SI.junl3t. I

Doing \ P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fishing: jun7-3tx I I, Bendix Home Laundry, prutJl..-

Tiip (sign up in advance). Buick I 300. plus six notes on eqUIp-
at the Information services, housing.' For Sale-1936 in good Upstairs apartment in private I merit 1012 Division Street.
condition, for $300. Inquire at: home. Reasonable. Pnva 9-6tx
ARMED SERVICES- city maps. Overseas Tntnspoitation Co.junI73tx. 1 bath. Utilities furnished. 508'' JlIn
Religious literature library.
Y.M.C.A. telephones stamps, wrapping and William Street jun8-2lx |I Handy Hot portable washing ma-

Jackson Square. Whiteheadand mailing packages railway ex- I' 'I chine and Little Magic wrin[W.
Southard StreetsCBIi111mrnAtihllnnii press service, laundry pick-up- 1937 Chevrolet pick-up truck.! Furnished :studio apartmnct for! Used about dozen time $35.
$125.00. 1219 Simonton St.junI73tx.
adult. No AH
pets. conven-
"wummllumllllumnnml111'Saturday available to all defense forces Phone 1052-XM. jinl9-3tt
iences. Near beach.
and their families.
I 1214 Duval Slrrt.
8:00 P. M.-Movies. 1941 Pontiac 8-Torpedoc sedan. 4- jun 17-tUcs-thUrs-Nt-tf
Exrrutivn .
10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on S""ry.MISS door. Excellent condition. Can 4139
the patio. be seen at 161-A Poinciana Nice furnished apartment with Avenue E. Phone 748-W.
Sunday 1c""CY. I Project jun8-3tx KF; stove and r-lectric refrigerator. I junl:-I6t

9:45 A. M.-Java Club, discus- I $40. 905 Ashe. .!
sion Group. For a Sunday night supper. 1946 Nash Ambasador. 4-door .se, junI9txTRANSPORTATION I I WANTED TO BUY
11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCII platter arrange cooked asparagus dan. Radio. heater. overdrive,

Parties." un the serving dish top with I new tin ;. $1550.00. 9-2 Pom- Wanted, Cut Hair-Will pa 1 U

3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour se- creamed tuna and a sprinkling of : ciana Place junlS-3tx I 5 dollars per ounce dependingon
Parmesan cheese. If the platteris
lections announced. i Wanted Female passenger to length. color and conditionof
9:00 P. M.-FellowshIP Hour on of a heat-resisting: materialit ,. HELP WANTED ,I New York. Share expenses hair. Send full length sam
be undt the broilerfor
the Patio. Community Singing can put MALE OR FEMALE !I Leaving Thursday. 1122 SI-.1 pIe. Lock Box 105, Key We.t.
a few minute; so the cheesewill : __
Beatrice Moreno the --- --
at i I monton. jun9-3tx Fla. ju'nlO.91x
Piano. molt and turn goldenbiwyi.FOR ; Live-wire sales man or woman j j ___._- --- -_ .-_-- ---
10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour.G. i j Sec Evans. 509 Southard St I 0,

S. O. meetings 'Girls Service RENTCOTTAGESAND j junl5-tf THE
Organization), 2nd APARTMENTS
every I

and Game 4th Monday.Room: Chinese Cht'ki: I i Furnished cottage and apart mont.I REFRIGERATION I Key West Floor Covering Co.

ers, chess cards, ping-pong, pool : Apply 1128 Margaret Street. Holbrook Refrigeration Service. '
writing desks, library current Phone 846-J. jun5-5tx I domestic and {"umm'rdal.Ork 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1454

magazines, various table games,: j guaranteeri free estimate etc. Cottage. rear uf 121! IVui Stivct. repair. Call 724-W. jun66txiFOR '

Showers tennis lackets, poll Reasonable rent. junl8-2tx i : I It Exclusive Distributor in Key Westfor I

clubs lines RENT-BUNGALOWS
fishing cameras, t
checking service film service Small cottage for couple ftirmh- I I"Kentile"
mailing and wrapping packages, ed. Apply 802 Simonton Street. ; Two-bedroom bungalow: (.IN.lrk;
receiving messages, phone booths, Phone 444. jun9-3tx kitchen. the bath. sciecned''

stamps, railway express service, ( porch. SI25 per month. Paul's : ASPHALT TILE I
available to SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR RENT-ROOMS I Tire Shop. jun5-5t

: __ i iI Makers of the Finest Blended Colors, ,
Lcsleigh Davis-Director. OVERSEAS HOTEL I WANTED TO RENT |
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- 917 Fleming: Street Blue
rector. Weekly Rates I Family of three adults. permanent iI j III Including Wbite ZFLviy

Lillian Weaver-Secretary. I $3.00 to $10.00 without Bath residents desire cottage: or | I

Doreen Cruz InformationDesk $12.00 to $15.00nth Bath small house. Phone 595-R.: I CALL US for FREE ESTIMATE

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. : 9nfJ' Sinionloii : ; 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 :

.:ht.; :. Ownership of BENNY-FERNANDEZ Management St. :I Nice Selection of GIFTS.and SOUVENIRS S: IF li t I s) EclricaI! W W EE1mRIIfII I 5 POOR OLD CRAIG

5. 5 : Ph-iiiy of Action Toys for the Children We Will Call For and Deliver :
.t BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 Electrical I : V 30 Years' Experience ia Electrical Work ;
11 LUNCHEON. of Appliances J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 9134 :

ar : .DINnER. 5 to 11:30 8:30 to 2 .........................-.a................ J.LC"aJ.211 Duval Street : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : : Francis and Division Street ; "
:. The Kest of Steaks .. 5.55 5. .. .55. ..., .x. .5... -... ELECTRIC TELEPHONE; 41 : 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tubes) Italtcriiit' Auto Accessories!' 5 ...

',. ; Short Ord n.Sanawiches f. HOME SUNDRY STORE ...5...........555..........5..5..5..5...5... 822 SIMONTON STREET ;x, ....."J'our.....PURE... ..OIL...and....GASOLINE..._ _.Dealer"............
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Open Daily) :,tvi I Sun l .
ly; fee Free Pick-Up and
: Cream Medicine : :
8 A,M. to MidnightS :} Proprietary FUNERAL.DRY i Delivery Service NOW AVAILAB.E-- :
; ........................ : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ; GOODS : SUITS for MEN 9 Burl(leaning 0 U"Hlirim and 6IYrrahirrg : ,

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LOCAL CHURCHES TO Dad Makes His Own Suggestions TODAY IN HISTORY Freak Turkish examination Eskmheheir.at the a large City city Hospitalat between -

(Know America) here and Angara. the reports -

On How To Celebrate His Day Plan 1787," basis- Madison of the Constitution Virginia, '!i i Birlh Reported the aoMfd. case as One an doctor extreme described 'raritv -

HAVE FATHER'S DAY ; adopted. ISTANBUL-(AP>. Turn i,,!" ------ _ _ _
1846 First recorded bastba 1 '
I : doctors arc intrigued by :I freak '
IT1 game: New York Nine defeats 1 birth, according to Istanbul press hutch
I Knickerbockers\ : : wt IIohoKin. NJ., i, reports. These reports .sa 2-:>- I first Presbyterian
PROGRAMS SUNDAY I (: : sp. 23 to 4, in 4-inning gain First :i year-old woman recently javj White and Washington Street

. i team to score :21 lura ilu win- j I'I birth to a male baby which ha> I Kev AlHrove S. Avery, Pa..torMen.s

nor j two hf>ad,;. four arms and thre

, First Methodist\ Fleming Sireet! Methodist\ and First I coast 18C4-of-Historic Franco:sea Union battle Kcarv off ttIP';I'i Jlegs I I, It is living anC under tins" Ladies'Bible Bible Class.Class. 10:00 10:00 A.M.A.M.

t arpe" sink. Confederate raider
: Congregational Churches Are TQ Alabama." J 11 I :UO)() A.M.,
I.I I.
I 1912: -ThtProgressive. Pom Grace Lutheran (:llIIrc.h Sers'il'C!

Observe Fatherhood! I I organized in Chicago i, Chaolam Carleton" French
1 1920-Country's fir:l municipal ;, I Church Vim Deliver the

1I 1I I air port dedicated: N..-w York Sermon
-Germany and Italy (I bee i t

21, CLOSE JULY 2; OTHER NEWS ANI) NOTES .VIMHJT I'ROTF.S'I'ANT1CIIUICIIE.S ; 1942-The Em R.TL pay; a I, Divine Services Viutli Fi'llow-lnp
I II common stock mvidend for first Leader: JESSIE GIBSON

; OF KEY WEST MADE KNOWN 'I'() I'URLIC I II i urn in 76 years | 7:30 P. M.
1944-In Normandy, American: i I Vis Jors. Tourists and Friends

Special Father's Day messages will be observed in many of Key West's Protestant churches Ix.gin the siege of Cherbourg i S F. II. Z1ICKEK, 1'aslor Are Invited to Worship
tomorrow morning and evening. I i 1945-US. Marines \begin rm,p- '

I At the Sunday School services tomorrow morning at 9:45 o'clock in the First ( ping up on Okinawa. j j -- -- -- -- --- ---

Stone: ) Church a special Father's Day service will be presented in the Methodist Youth Fellow-I I 1346-SovHt Russia pi cents''.

J ship meeting with Rex Hess as leader. The M.Y.F. of the Fleming Street Methodist her own atomic plan ban | -POINCIANACOMMUNITY- First Congregational: Church I

be guests at the meeting. 'Deer Family: i' 1947-4-day maritime strike in j I
and Gulf ends i John M. Peyton Pastor
Methodist Student Day will be observed at the 10:50: c m. service at First Methodist Church. I'l At first I thought a Communist spy plot was cooking around! Atlantic ports 517-527 WILLIAM STREET.

with Harry Russell speaking on "1 Have Chosen You. The pastor the Rev G. Leon Wells will i the house the way you have all been whispering and scuttling! ': Fill fresh naivcs that have : Between Southard & Fleming

speak_ on The Purpose of the Day." The pastor will also speak:. a p.m. on. "How (rod Regards I :around: Now I've remembered Father's Day is in the oflmg bttn sprinkled pear with lenon juice I CHURCHDUCK

_c1n_ I I'm to adore the neckties. 111 douse with .the I
-- r' going myself with mound ..f currant jelly and j
: The Rev. J. B. Reid. pastor of Fleming Street Methodist I alter-shave lotion. I'll wear the tie clasp at least once. around a roast chicken ': AVE. and 15TH ST. Sunday School. 9 45 A.M.
," "This Youth rIll 'erve Hill,
is Prayer (Comniumtv
Church will bring a special message> on Fatherhood Sunday Day"-Rev. John !certainly use,the golf balls. And: 111 probably tear up this letI I Classes for All
: John V. Archer, Supt
\ evening featuring Fathers Day. The church hopes to have ,sex ana youu never never see{ .: .
= S'-hooL 9:45 A.M.

I large. Union number Vacation of fathers Bible present.School will continue through nextFriday I 1 No. 195 Faith of our I i i'I I I.it This is strictly dream stuff. will be reserved at all times for' 1 I Key) West CU es, for All Ages: '' MORMISGOKSHIP 11:CO A.M.

i in Old Stone (Methodist) Church and all the Fleming I II ]I' for Father's Day. 1 I But I'd like Father's Day to be a I the shower curtain not female )II MoniiiifiorJiip.; .

Street Church Sunday School children are urged to attend. I I I,'I Prayer-Rev John M !r sort of New Year's event. I love mentiorubles' and silk sto..ki|i I I Church of Christ : 11 :(U4))( (mIU'l.Speaker: .1. c:oo( P"*!.. Christian Endeavor

I At _the First: Congregational Church School fathers will be : the presents you're all going to ings |II : 7:C3 P.M
/ honored at a:4i:) ajn. tomorrow;), ,I Father's Day Started buy (out ol your own allowances. I 7. Mv old gabardine golf i pants .1 I I CHAPLAIN WORSHIP
and Von Phisler Street E\E1\ING:
I hope) but if I had my way, you d will not be sent to the cleaners. AsKay TRAVIS

/1 by a special Presentation Father's of Day guts pro-to,I II a. m. services in the First Key.a Girl Honors Her Father: shower me with lists of resolutions without consulting me, nor w ill'''II I Sunday School I (0 A. I.I Sirtmou Sub i It.... :

I\ gram.the and oldest father Presbyterian Church. The Youth Betty Armayor. -to be kept (the lesolatnns (I they be locked in a trunk in the | I Wor-liip 11 '\. "The A.B.C. of the Gospel"
youngest I for Ion the lists attic. The Wed. 7:39 p.m.. Prayer-Praise
Fellowship will conduct the put in my safe ame aplies; to mv old I
No 230 This
I present will leauie the pro- p, m, services with Jessie Gibson world. is our deposit' box) for a solid vear woolen bathrobe which has been i I Sermon! . . 7:.15 P.M. ; THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME Fri. 7:30. Young People' Night

grcm. I I! the leader Donald Key. i I'm starting with some suggested a good friend all. through my mar Wed.. Bible Study 7:45 P. M. '
\ (The full. program of the services i ', resolutions ned life I -
'The Fruit of the for I
| Spirit" Dad-Gilbert Gates. your ,
i is at the bottom of this I'I be the title of the sermon to b I I a Boy Honors Hi Father I I mother, kids, but I'm going to I 8.The lawn mower will be oiled -, I EVERYBODY WELCOMECliristian I II ; COME-WORSHIP- &z- I

J story. | delivered by W B. Collins during Roberts. give her a going over first only semi-monthly or Jack w:II for- THE LORDVITII US :
I The vacation Bible School will''''the worship at the Key West Chum-Jay ne Lou Arch- I' because she's joint head of the feit his mowing money. : : ."
& begin at Ley Memorial Methodist Church of Christ tomorrow at 11 house and it's more polite that t l 9. Afternoon budge sessions | :

f Church June 21 and will run a. m. "Is the Bible a Catholic! hymns of Fathers-15 way-the way you always serve will be terminated 15 minutes before ,'I I Science
c for two weeks ending July 2. I II ',i Book" will be the subject at the of the program will be I' the guest of honor fin>t. my scheduled time to arrive 1 FLEMING[[[ STREET METHODIST{ CHURCH
The school will start at 9 a. m Not to look gift: horses in the
7 45 !
: : m. services. home. and dinner those
I .' p. i ii to the singing of hymn re 'I nights I Iwont
and close at 11 30 a.m. each; mouth. like the -; Society ;
some things following .:
for father. One be left-over salad and : :
:I Services will be held at 7:30: any verse pur Corner Fleming end William St.
day. There will be periods of worship would make : :
every day '
'p. m. in the Grace Lutheran number called will be I fait. 't
of Key West Pastor ..
Bible study recreation and Father's Day: REV. J. B. REID.
i Church with the Rev. F H. by entire congregation and : 10. Steak and French fries ,, '
handwork. I|(I Zucker, pastor, preaching. by orean and piano.I 1. Razor blades if used to rip' be served at least once a week j I : 'Church School 9:15 A.M. :
The school wit be under the I hems, cut linoleum or sharpen'
dij j| Roy Rogers will be the speaker Day-John and II. Parties given by Nancy or ,| Sunday School. 9:30 AM. I C CLASSES FOR ALL ACES :
ectiol1 of Miss Miriam E. Carey, : God-j pencils will not be replaced' in
|;I tonight at 7.30: p. m in the Youth Thompson. the razor. Jack for their friends will be arranged I Sunday Morning Service I : Merrill Felton, General Superintendent : .
general superintendent of the'''' I :
for Christ in the First Offering-Brenda at least 24 hours in advance I
church school. Teachers and assistants 2. My new sweater should remain At 11 o'CIockSubject 10:50 A.M.
j'I Methodist Church. There will be of gifts to the exclusive or at least long enough : Morning Worship :
are: Mrs. Maud Sawyer I my property. Butif :
Mrs. Gladys Roberts, Mrs. Dorothy ,I a piano-accordion solo by Alban- fathers: it is borrowed it will not be. for me to make plans to play "Is the Universe. Including I.I : Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M. :

Curry Mr.* Earl E. Hamilton -: ia Singleton and a vocal solo by : father present. left in the school locker for more : poker with the boys. Man. Evolved by Atomic : Song Service. 7:10 P.M. :

,. Mrs. H. Probsrt, Mrs Mamie Helen French. Other specials will father present at ser I than overnight 12. Socks in my bureau will I Forcd'Vedne.day : Evening Worship! ( 7:30 P.M. :
include Marilyn Bennett. at have holes them shirts will
Sawyer Mrs. Dorothy Sands, 3. All and any damage to the. no in ; -
and Lorraine Nottage -Orean and piano I their full of Evening j : :
organ automobile, including ripped have complement
Miss Eola Johnson, and Miss An- ; the puno by Miss Betty Brady and I fenders, will be reported to me,1 button; '-or they won't be in tne Meetings at 8 o'Clock I I. We Will Join the Old Stona: Church Monday .

ne Doughtry ]1! The Rev. G. M Ray, new pastor John Archer... I and not quietly repaired with drawer. Reading Room in Church I :. In A Tw -Week Vacation B ble: School; :
The theme selected for
study of noern-"A Father -
of the First Baptist Church funds saved from the food bud- 13. There will be
i I on oversupply Edifice will be Tuesdayand
this:i'year is social and personal:]' the Bible". open I I--
will occupy the pulpit at both get (that month of meat-loaf last ol bath towels in the bothroom at from 6 to 8 P.M.
relations. The Friday
talk bv of Church I
services tomorrow, at 10:50 Supt. will ='1Illflmlllrnllllll1HlHIiIUHlIIIIIIWllilllllllJllllllmJOOfU HH lliffillliUrmUltIl1UlJHilHIIIIIIIIIIIIIRIIIL'tHI&III'Jii '
am winter didn't fool anybody) fell times, and guest: towels -
will study my home and end at 7:30 p. m John V. Archer 4. If Nancy insists, on sitting be out onlv when there are guests i
family; primary children will i j'I Chaplain Travis will be ;i of Gift-to the I with the children, the : the house. Li
neIghbors' actually in ii Youth for Christ i
use.for their topic learning from with the most children I Rally
speaker at the 11
Jesus; Juniors will center their a. m neighborhood parents (and not i 14 And if mv tuxedo must be
tomorrow at the Poinciana Com I ) be required to escort her : Poinciana BaptistChurch
thinking-around followers of Je :I I i," hymn-Bringing in the borrowed by Jack, SOMEONE: ) Director HARRY RUSSELL
I mumty His subject home. .'will see that (a) the shirt! is sent -
those of Intermediate
gus.; age the will be "The ABC I records I TO IGIIT. .:30() o'lLOik.T
will use .the subject becoming a sermon 5 Playing of Be-bop to the laundry and (!>> studs and != : :
the GospeL'I i iI i Prayer. will be limited to two hoars
person"Is: the' I I I "The Greatest in the Kingdom I]I Benediction daily, preferably during daylight links black are box returned in the right-hand.to that little top I 17th and Eagle ,FL I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I
Universe IncludingMan II I I .
will be the subject of hours with no repeats under a Pastor's Phone 1164 M =
Evolved by Atomic Force*" sermon to be delivered tomorrow .oR.O. niimrii half.hour apart. i II draw CTWarsaw. : A. D. O'BRIANT. Pastor Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
will be the subject for discussion at 11 a. m. in the Key Ii '1 I Dap Program will 6. The bathroom shower rack IIHJLWIMvLE I -DAD !

Christitn tomorrow at 11 a. m in the,i Church of Christ. "The Patrat at the evening wor- I I - Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. !I! Speaker: ROY ROGERS ;

Science Society. There I richs, the Law and the Gospel" at 7.30: clock at I
will also be a meeting Wednes- t J will be the subject of the sermon : Presbyterian church, I BILL PAS KI) OKKKTO: Worship, 11OOSubject i "EtI.\I.: .UH, ; I K:
day at 8 p. m. !! at the 7:30 p. m services Sigismund A. Lams, I Ij : PIANO-ACCORDION SOLO Albania SingletonVOCAL
The' Rev. A. D. Briant, pastorof ) W B. Collins will be the speaker ,, announced today I j : "A GREAT NUMBER
Pomciana Baptist Church at both services. to'n.i'1 i the morning worship at BELIEVED" j I | SOLO Helen French
will speak on. "A Great NumberBelieved" : the sermon subject by OTHER: SPECIALS
FATHER'S DAY PROGRAM 6:30: P.M., Training Union | ==
at the 11 a. m wor- ,t! Lamg will be "Son Chal
/ a || Organ. Marilyn Bennett Piano. Lorraine Nonage
shin: tomorrow. No Illusion" will i The Father's Day program a Father". At the morn- Evening Worship, 7:30 Ii I
be the subject of his sermon at the First
Congregational: takens will be Subject: i
the 7:30 p. m services follow: 1 youngest; father present.given "NO ILLUSION : < OME . dUNG: :V HIIKMI!

Chaplain Carleton French of Prelude--Organ and est father and the father I IIIIIIIIIIIIUIUilliUIUlillil'HII:1a.ItH'fftf'! : lllillitltllllllllllfiafiIU'"IIInlllllllllllll"IIIIIIIUIBI: ; "' ; IHHll1I II 1.1

the sermon U. S.at Navy tomorrow will deliver morning'sSUNDAY the l duet.Opening statement and invokind i{i I the present largest: ; number of ; is Public Cordially Invited ,I ..;.........................,, t..S.a..........._._..._

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SCHOOL LESSON OF THE WEEK very freely. But they be !
I frn :
LEY MEMORIAL ( MrlluKh-t. )
I in turn that the Jews had
,I : Corner of EATon and SIMOHTON STREETS :
o mistaken in their expecta
God Is Not ThroughBy ; The world wide reign of Methodist Church : G. LEON WELLS, Pastor :

and goodwill, accompanied Cor. Division and Georgia Sts. Sunday Services
ROY L. SMITH rity. was not to bv set
The Church With A Welcome !
> a political authority. but : 9:45 AJJL SUNDAY CHURCH
} Said Frederick the Great. one day in the midst of one be built up us a racewide ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor SCEOOLSUP.'IID'n.tt :
his : >'1L J. lit-n, \ huelOoO : !!
skeptical moods to his :
chaplain: "Sir. show me a miracle! attitude It wathe

To this the chaplain! replied very circumspectly. "My Lord >an belief that Jesus met 9:45 A.M. Sunday School : A.". Mnriiin<; Worship :
Jew! the spiritual expettatois S This: will be our Methodist Student Dav Service
Classes for All Aoei
In all the history of mankind no race has ever achieved had clustered around the Miss Miriam Carey! ,-Supt. I : Brief Addresses by Harry Russell. and the Pastor :

history like that of the Hebrew race. In the nearly 3.500 of th coming Me>>siah." I 10:50 Clock : 7:CO P.M.. Father! Dav Program IP t-a: Methodist :

of their existence as a people they have never lived under that he was therefore the 4 MORMM: (;' WOnSHIP i; : Youth Fellow-hip M ting.JLead,:,.. REX HESS : .

monarch of their own blood and kind more than about of pioimse. : . I : H l:0().. P.M. i\tnlntt: Wurl"lliJ
World Wide Expectation 'I., I' I I". I Tl I It. lilt' .II.J :< I ) :
years. They have never had an at their back ., The Pastor Win Preach
army ; they ; and Biblical scholars I r \ I I.. 'nOW.GOD REGARDS SIN" .
never been in the majority; their home has been the ghetto pointed out the fact that 7:30 o'Clock .

their.UIUI.g..t. hope has been in their. was: :a oll Id-wide exp-cla ;, iAi i KMMNG: : : \VIIil'Is ( : -A SPECIAL INVITATION, TO SERVICEMEN-

about tin time Jesus. .
wasi I)
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Doctrine establishing peace .1.'I I I I""' iI.I.I.I o. I.S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S.5 5 5 5 5 5.S S. .
I of the Messiah j jVhtn that a wonder-child wa to' ,, , .,,- S S S S S S S S C C S S S S..S S S S
justice, and bringing , .. ,.
\ the fortunes of the Hebrew ; tu mankind lr who would grow into a ,' \'. .. .. ',' \\ r I'
kingdom began to run out : who would provide dt.'tivE'r-1 _
The central core of their REP. A. L. BULWINICLE (right). Democrat of North Carolina.
I they were surrounded by for I : The First
( fuck, there began to develop : Was the doctrine of th Messiaha \ the thoughtful peopl. and Rep. Charles A. Wolverton Republican of New Jersey look Baptist ChurchCorner

ani6ng. the Hebrews a belief that belief that someday a \ world there was a belief' over the Bulwinkle railroad rate bill which wa passed by Con- T Trinity Presbyterian Church
leader would be raised up : President Truman's veto The House completed BAHAM\ and EATON Streets
sonuimie. God Mould take a t handin God was about to taki a gress over passage .
would be altogether just and override the 717 Simonton Street (Colored) I (;. ::M. 1U!
huit.an affairs (commission a' in human affairs and bring Thursday by voting 297 to 102 to president's I P.Mur
divine deliverer to come to their would order the affairs of men kind of order uut of chaos II veto.ed Sigismund A. Lamg. Minister

rescue, and establish them.s the harmony with good moral of the seriousness>> with 700 o'Clock
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ruling! power of the earth. i cial progress. and universal this: expectation was view-, Mrnillg Worohip
.:I will. the ancient East is: by his very nature. to I injustice Noss'Crowing ; .!. SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9 45 AJ4.
It was not that the Jews dreamed j :<0-1''"'''' SuI.)
It is a beautiful dream. in all its forms. The
revelation IL
of the who "A Son Day, Sept
of mastering the earth as> Na-!, natior. : story wise men Challenging A Father
; have attempted to of God which Christians .
in starch of the young child *BMlll::0 .rto1 :semn 'ii.
The quer the world and lay it : .Matthew 2:1-12)I ). see in Jesus convinces them that A unn.t \.alli Vrrtlmff. ; ..,.... I*.M. 10:50; .. .V.M. Mornin-
Sunday School Lesson: .1|I I the Jewish ideal \orsIhip
has always |I That Faith Is Justified j a right God can never come to t" 7:30 o'Clock
for the June Messiah.20: The Ezekiel Hope 34:1 for II 1- .I braced the ideal of service u> one of the profound con- terms with such evils as we see WARSAW. Pland-API-At.l> E\ening Worship'rrn.i Morning Worship Service Brwidcast Ov*'r WKWF. 10-50 to 11.50
mankind It
might be a about ...
of the Christian Church us. .
Warsaw has' "" & )" I
16. 22-31 7:13-14
; ; :: ship divinely established but though war- BAPTIST TRAINING
i God cannot be driven out of. God may move slowly. but Wt'can Poles: A FATHER'S DAY PROGRAM UNION. 7-QO P.M.
Zechanah 3:8-10: 6:12-13: ; I: was to he unselfish and an acute housing problem Mrs.
Evil WILL BE Elijah Sands, Director
world. may triumph rest assured that Our God is PRESENTED
9:9-10; 1 12-10.; 13:1:1.; John I;| Christian Messiah moment and still are flockg into tt t. capital -j -Si Ikr _.".;0:" vmr..Hii, i.......
1014.: I I, It was the avowed belief of ungodly men not through. from.all paits of the nation ,.ii, ..s ..10... 1. ii. .... ::0.........
rise to power. but the ulti-:i (OopjTiuM ISIS t.,. the International The city s poj.u7:iion is 038,771 laths, .;11 i. .1...... (aiim,,. ... KH( (> P.M. . . . .E'.llill.t.
first century Christians that victory is with righteous \.'..nml1 uf KrliKtuus; I-dnca- .3. ..... ......... ...,I... ..... isra5i Worship
poleon or Alexander did. It hail I sus of Nazareth \\ain : I, lion t>n behalf. tit 4t Frte"tant ..IeIJomlnaU..ns. Its pre-war figure was 1-:289000Th .u.sisr. .f ............. p.-......i.
been, rathei that this remaikablej I' truth the I 1 .) i iAn :
people has always dreamed that.theyvcre '. lie had not promised performed Messiah.the sen, : nerve center of the Jewish I I i meat grinder helps make'i :.I.'n.ia.3.i.iu'Ti. ;..;" ".JJ. :\1-, ,.".,..r. i I
> of the
the' i i, Messiah was the eviscerated chicken weighs meat: tender After grinding. | .. .. Wednesday. 7:30 P.M..
destined .to rule which the Jews had !! .. any ; ; 1'1 "Ir. n. i, Prayer and Praise Serr.ce
( I i
that the God whom
earth for the benefit of all about 20 percent lei tinit! meat oxtko as quikly a, ;i Fi ,,01.1\ 7 ... .i' \1 .'h.- J:.i I ,.-.n-- Friday. 7:30 P.M..
manr1 the Christians: wtre compelled :s worshipped was oppos- dressed weight. der cut. > tt-n-I''t .. ..... .... ,... ....h .........n I -. .-.. Choir Practicef1'
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Blind Pioneer MR. EPSTEIN BUYS HIMSELF A TOWN NORRIS, TENN. f fI.l,.. III. S"I'.4rP'.d",4r.4".6'-.Ar A'ArI AT.srdP..cr4"I.1'1".4'1'.4'4',_

Makes Good { I sS -:

WILTON. N. D.-AP). A _I1 ,

slightly-built man of 86, Frank I I

Redington, still plays his own j
I .
compositions on the piano with |I M i .
the vigor of a teen-ager. North fr y 4r s, .

Dakota pioneers and the hard .
ships of homesteading on the .. r Kst *, I r
prairies are lengendary. Few of y
the stories can top that of Red "
I .
ington. His was a doubly hard .fir R aJ _
to.-k. lie was blind. And he hada I I I II : .
blind wife. Today he is cheer- II \. w .
ful, and happy as any man you I
could meet. He has made a good i I /

living and has raised six healthy
children. He has a nice farm. He I

ha been a community leader. .
Redingtun lost his sight whenhe i
was two years old. He took

up music and became an expert. I k rt
I For 20 years he made a good liv- I
ing teaching. But he began togtt
restless In 1900 with a I IE !

couple of brothers, his blind wife I .

and a 10-jear-old child he packed 4 41' wirrphet.l
up his belongings and headedfor S
Wilton. He settled HENRY DAVID EPSTEIN (left in center) Is all smiles a moment after buying the Tennessee Valley ,,
on one
homestead and his brothers on Authority's model town of Norris Tenn. He paid $2.107,500 at a public auction sale. The 37.year- : r

another nearby. He hired a lot of old Philadelphia real estate dealer is shaking hands with Robert J. Coker assistant chiof of the I

his help and got much from his TVA land division who acted as auctioneer.. Epstein assured residents they would not be evicted :
brothers. But it wasn't alwayseasy from their homes. i iBoy !

to get help in those days. ._ ,
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He milked cows, fed the hogs -
and did other chores. A few Scouts 52 i hE FLEW; XS-1 FASTER TIIA\! SOi I n i .
times he even pitched bundles I
during threshing time tellinawhere' \ Met Lust Night !: i I
to throw them by the /
sound made by people he
was Troop 52 Scouts held rr' v
Boy its r r
working with. A brother Harry. > !;
says Frank had a keen business meeting Friday. The meeting' was 1

mind and nobody could cheat I opened with the pledge of allegiance : 4

him. lie could run his fingers to the flag followed by the -wwea 2 S

around a hog and tell how muchit sinking of God Bless Amen-r I1ILI tIII2$
weighed. He could tell good ca." :i
grain from bad by just running( 'I

his fingers through it. Scoutmaster Ernest Avila gave : I"S

a talk on James E. West who
I was chief scout executive for 32

The Weather )-ears.Scoutmaster Avila announcedan S '

invitation from Scout. Troop : I .
252 to attend a technicolor movie : .n. FI American writer
FORECAST at their hall I printer patriot

Key West and Vicinity: Partly I I Harold Solomon applied) for i ,
cloudy with widely scattered membership in the tioop S

showers und thunderstoi and ,. The meeting was closed:; with I and
little temperature change: today I I I the Great Scoutmaster's benediction : diplomat physicist .

tonight and Sunday Gentle to,. s
moderate variable winds mostly _- I
easterly; I 4iUiimimuimiraniuwrnmfuiiuiuHuuiuinummi.PERSONALS) : W I .
Florida: Partly cloudy with 'f II I

widely scattered afternoon and !
evening showers and thunderstorms .
"''I11II1II1UJI5iIHIIIIliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU'!:!:::: .
through Sunday. Little I I i iwv \
change in temperature VISITING HERE

East Gulf and Jacksonville' Mr and Mrs. Bolivar Recio ,' MASTER!\ in' many fields, part, its proud heritage. From
through the Florida Straits: Gentle and son, Thomas of Miami are I

mostly to moderate.southeasterly variable over southern wind- visiting the Island friends City, and for a relatives few days.in i: 1 Benjamin Franklin served his his small Philadelphia printing .

portions and southwesterlyover They are staying at the Coral ,{ .

night; northern and Sunday.portions Partly today cloudy to- apartments Simonton street. i: AP Photos) early apprenticeship a s a shop f to i the giant modern V

: CAPT. JAMES THOMAS FITZ-CERALD. JR. (left), army test
weather with widely scattered Cook cauliflower quickly in r i i
showers and thunderstorms : boiling salted water. If the I pilot from South Pittsburgh. Tenru has been awarded the Air At 16 lie became t the of skilled craftsmen
Jacksonville to Apalachicola: flower clusters an separated 10 Medal for flying an XS-1 rocket plane faster than the speed of S printer. plants today, -

No small craft or storm warnings sound. His wile. Lillian and their month-eld son. James III
to 15 minutes should enough '
have been issued. If the head i I' left whole, allow (right), are visiting her parents in Mobile Ala. She learned about editor and publisher) of his have continually striven
from 25 to 30 minutes. it after it was all over. She said her husband is "so quiet you
ReportKey never know what he's doing unless you pin him down."

West Fla., Jun 19, 194% LEGALS r i ---- - - own newspaper. for improvement and perfection -

(Observation taken at City Office. U.N. Facts and Faces PAKISTAN I

8:30 Temperature A.M.. EST) \OTirl\\VIK.": 1 '.11:11"T'TI ICTITMM TI: / S To Franklin, American publishing t i d) i in the technical art of

yesterday 90 NOTICE: Is HI-ft-lit 4a'.r.. that : II I ,, I/ i
Highest II'I'I' / I
the ender-iga..l..ir.iring I. rnuage | I ,.. // i I I I
Lowest last night 79 in bu.in.undrr the fMtitHU* and printing.CS., ) in printing
Mean 84 ( nara.' ..r "Mjrnn-. Hair --lyli'tZI "
.oo .
'; isi-I. it St. K % VW--I Ha In- AF/ri1 .vgSi ? -
82 .. / ,
Normal ,
trod. I.. 0-i.iMrr .std l fi 'iiti u- ; I'' II E6g '
Precipitation ....- Kith I h.- ,'l.-rl ..f. the 4'in'ult' II' IPEY IaR i''' ' I' .
Total last 24 hours .00 ins I.a It.-.I..rt ..r l MonrHunl Jim.- 4 IMS.\. I-"I..ri..a. I I! i I'I' III' Ilu'' ..,+P.. 1 .

Total this month .78 il1. Nat r..nn..r. 1 I i:5': 4 ICI +MyI
Deficiency this month 2.29 ins sol OwnerJnno I I / ,
I --1'-1l-at: : I"45.SOTII'I
Total this year 17.57 ins.Excess 1 It
this year 4.94 ins. : III-' 1'11.1.15(- IOil 6111Netter 4RA i I III Oc4 i Ia 4
Relative Humidity I$ h..nl.itltrn l.. uh..nI t ry k
it marn...rn tlul ..n tit. KtYt day + + + .
.t 8:30 AJ4. ..t Jul. *. II. n.. ;,1 ..,*. 1-. M In. .'
76'. the >|..nrt.r aunty '.,url II.."... .
.-I..rid.i. the i3rd ..r.j
BarometerSea K"\ \\.1. (

( Level) 1:30 A.M. ..''uunty mini*'. Cnmmi'su.nrra F'I .rda. Kill ..i of..n Jt.rnru-...a 1..1 IIIlti I, : ;K'}I' I
... ... ... :. lerill
30.09 ins.-1019.0 mbs. M In llt-.l-T.l flat of a l%.r.f ;,
Tomorrows Almanac I T.n..rnl..r'ill..,,. and Hat c.t Inl
5:38 < ..f the Burton prnpt'r- : AI4.M,4AD ZAFRUUA IlHIfN t
a.m. -nrt>> j
.-rli.... Ivry LoIr"",... :\l" nn.. ,'P. :'
Sunset 7:18: p- n. ,' .......i.U. flat B.-.... :. i'ak:' *".. '. For more than thirty THE ARTMAN PRESS has sparedno
Moonrise 6:5-1: p.m. 1',,1.11. KMx.rdi. llonn < uuntM > years
Moonset 4:38 a.m. ..rliU. ......,.tru..t a road ..nI ''PAKISTAN I

Full Moon June 21 a..rdan'Hurt..n Iris I.. "and 1'IIIl1i..n.Planter i'rite prrj.ar.d effort to produce only the highest quality printing. Each
Summer Solstice (Summer bi. t'. I:. Iadry. County6an'ryur. Pakistan a member of the British Commonwealth -

commences). June %bt. 'i '"pix ..f "|_'if i..iltan* and all\ I embracing of portions Nations of consists a number of two of are pre V small receives the full benefit of
Monday 7:11 a.m. he nmrliul: Int-.rniatH iuaW job large or long experiencein
laiml l l from the "unty S ur dominantly :Moslem provinces in the northwest ,
.. I Ion-.
,. (
TIDES e_)< r\.\;..lunmr...t. Moritia oitnty.|>..n ouri.l-i>....it ..t and northeast of India and a few of
}jli,, ,.ln<'h ..tll Ix rl rn<- Tomorrow return -Iwriftcatk.RE.. .. j miles and a population over 73000,000.
(Naval Base) All,' l bi.la must" lr it the Itrtt-Iiand. 5:0": f Pakistan was- born on- 15 August 1947 as a result of the partition of
the unt" ( l .rk tm vr
Eastern Standard Time) P.1..< ..n Ti -...lJ. July 5. 1545. / India after nearly too centuries of British rule It has an unusually
High Low Th ('..mini..'i"n rr'.rt... ". tbrikht '. wide range of minerals and its chief industries are agriculture,cotton I
3:28 a.m. 1:45 a.m. all. ItMln t.'iiitUc It..t iMir-nant"T mr t.t. anv tbo jii-l ad Mills, woodcarving and metal works. II K Mohammed Zafrolla t
10:16 pm 3:41: p.m. v rli n.n.1 I IO' I Khan represented Pakistan during the General Assembly. Its ,
.'.. .
KrXV' -I. .rhb. Jon ltbM. ; flag has white band and a green field with a crescent and a star, i

ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA ItH. Re5.. r Sawyrr i -- - - With THE ARTMAN PRESS and business
... 1 personal ( ) :::
Reference Station: Key West .. rl.. Ird: .t ('nunl, 4..1. your your
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Time oil! Height of .n..r. ... .. I Bodies '
nrw < water .
StationTide high[ I.ne'-i4. I:MVIX I I Ii
will he handled EXPERTLY. SWIFTLY
Bahia Honda printing requirement ) .
___-Oh 10m 0.0 ft Till: ('''If'IIT I'01 RT Ol THF Believed Foundi' I
':'.t\ ':'TII J l nlfl.L ( iniiirX i A Kilomittr t-qiidls 6-H m.1'
No Name Key | ."\11 I'Oil \lU'HUt loll XI V.T i and I : 1\s' MfThe \
(east end) ___+2h 20m *'II.: 411' I"I.II/tint. 1114 %XI LOCARNO SMImd! -i . 1 .
"' :lit Ilotds in Mosiow arc i'e-erved
Boca Chica ... \.. tt.1V* I
I .
.01'Thll', Indus tound near
( for high otfi<:lals and fnn'lgn i visitors -
(Sandy Point-Oh) 40m t.rli.T i:i 11'sJ>i: lI..r.I\J I
I..i..llfr.'ow. . thS'J..Itjhan frontier in recent -. only.
Caldes Channel DIOHIrnox I
(north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft III/.1N I; JI!: VNNK IK.I-I.Mlfwlrn > week arc believed to have I
OOoNOTE .Lint. been Italian smugglers who were The 'OuntIy's 12fK shop bi i
Olllll:II 01 IM III Si'il'IHtT" the victims of an aal.i1'K'htlast lories turn out atmo-4 h'u nil I
: signCorrection; II.....n. .l..jnn.' IK.lUrI winter Authorities her said reports lion pjirs .,( hoes dailv J
((-)-Minus .. .. I
Ntrert iInga4ra I .r
; t r.rr fiom. the Italian side indicattnl -
: to be subtracted.Plus I
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Corrections t< t'ua are A.r.-0' r"iu r. .
: :
( ) sign .
+ .
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be added. .war.. .._t.. III ih.HIM 110.. ab..sr styled ,'a".... onhr missinAdd : I\.wan: : ''I'It..mpo.t/! ol unite., ;51)1 1 | Artman Press
(h)-Hour. I'lb d.) ..r JIoI). ,,,..P. 554%. I mud huts md .KI| .ht t i uiUlinN: : In ,
4hrnin .nut \I. 1 1o'II1..n snow
1110- a11.Caiwa c a .
(m-Minute) dhrraiae. ..... 1849 smite >40MMI( |p.I.IIt-, t li 1 n in all
'(ft)-}eel. .III TI.i Ia. .taken........r t a... I..+ ......Ji.b..s rove. a J pudding mil :* ,Iva'-11.11 :i fnamv o.. : th... \\ II l: 'Ml: in-1.'d i Ihf'I'I'i .
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Finely cut fresh pineapple may: I eut.li-h.-.l on Krv \\...1.. ., .
iKjweetened and mixed with orange I...... :..... ..I..r..1 I I.., Utll d.iy Neon Your Grocer
.f Juha A. r. taiS.Rn.a : ALBURY and SON Strict I II'

segments with mint for a leaves first ('uurH'gnrnish and s :<';. I., C.t 5awrrr.(9rrk 'b. bruit.. Court. I W Kinds* Specialize of Neon in.Signs All V.o fiiirixP. 4'', STAR BiitNDI CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51

maraschino cherry. .'....nl,. Florida
5lanra. I IIfy ().Ul- I
: 4071. Anne 4'I 1'I'.r.b.'eputy .'lerk.'itama !, and Lighting S.4'..wrrII.Stripping. Kltk rimy. ,! 5S3S3& COFFEE
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Pour waste fat into the fat sal ..., .
k Car h. '% r..r.
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Mige! can. You can sell every )lb :elte.lur t..r ;.:U4S.1'Iainlttt.JuDtl fiF.F. I" ...l stir- "I0t: 'I I -Try TodaJ'-I .1.1..1" ''''''P 4" #',"I..4Y".4'.1r,,4"'" '1..111111.
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1'1 Good OldFashioncdObservation t ( ( Uesull: 1

FOR THE NEXT FOUR YEARS? Recommendation( I narrowly NEW YORK.escaped-death Three recently:oeoplc- shot Coined in the Cut-country.-- Paw I'll -nave U..- l ts you--t

when a propeller of a plane landing !-
.. i know!
-- - -- at LaGuardia F. !h' struck an
r. "I've been: asked for referencesfor A young woman jiiat home City Slicker Oh. yi ;1"" And
our last maid. What on earth from college was very enthusiastic army car in which a German what WII"> that make you"'
about the wonderful benefits '' girl Ucsololta Bach. 21. of Wcishadcn Corned Cuti., Your fiancee.Subscribe .
1 I her
H r' can my in favor about the wonderful benefitsof : a three months old baby
"Well she has
: a good appetite
physical culture. She said to and a soldier were" riding. w The Cttiren.
r : and sleeps well." "
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I To'I For a tangy sandwich sprr.nl ..n lflllll'lllIlilIIIIIIIIHlIIfI'llllttlfllttttlttIlIllBIIIIl' '
.,. WILL YOU "iJ"'.';? "Just watch this exercise. add finely clwjppvd walrrci, lo
Hj develop the arms, I :ripfthe I n..1'by
a 1qf' cream cheese: spread; on thin sloes ALLMARKCARDS
one end and move it slowly
r'G k Indirect( t ope ; from left to right.i ." of bread. mil each ant chin. '
t in a damp cloth.
j ; }- J1 I 'Well well!" exclaimed! the
J' ,
..,,_' '. \ .t Minister I am clad lo see father.": "What wont science dis- ' . .Bfa. . . lltI'I'YI"
H ,. s that you come so resularly to COVTT next! If that nod J had strawat STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE ..

;: Swi.shMIY our evening service Mrs. Mc- ing.the" other end you'd be Sweep TIUUMI'll / Y///lf'I* DflYThe

: McSwish Yes -. ------- COFFEE
you sett
;. - ,rul h.ite.to have iiiiui(u II I i-j-tinvitrrt th'd: ;ibout 1S! :
: out in the evening and s.> I fm'just pi-' tent of ;all elfmcn-.n' % ,M. :i x,l lpupiU 1105 DIVISION ST.
: t. If : I to spit- himRattlesnakes in the United) Static ,r ;' at
.'i,,,,. !t 't.M. tit loon
l J ....- i sill! t taught' in m- loom' one AUf Grocer Op"'"

". -;..' '" .> arc dangerousfrom U-achct schools in tin open coun- . . SEBBBK" 'IJnlllll.tIiIIltnl'llmlU'I.m'IJm1IHfI1H1fIIfHtfII"Strunk ::
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... X.....P.t>rTl flMlE ck est Mrs. De\'.ey gels l-> : MARIE FAIiI {- : STASSEN! . .. riLlr-owo, Lumber;; YardUl I
IKS. TRUMAN is s.mi t< have M1JLOTH I .1 MRS.
: MacARTHUK.! afar, .
ill creed at the pi IK-peel( of her politics is lo sit next to h.rhusbmi r i ,1 lit 11\1\ -Itm i
husband becoming I'it ident . ; :! at Republican bcIl1Gu t.-;. 11 years ot mal r'iagz to the famous 1Gat/ then n..irr: i.i rte .n 1.12I.! n., : TELEPHONE
general never has been interviewee wan a law c.'Cn'l.tr'o.: . Sh- i.Hp-
Since then sh has said the most She was .in the chorus of GeorgeWhite's
important assets for incumbents . She is a daughterof cd SUibsc-n ,t.rx-n his first law <.r! 1:JESTi I
: Scandals during the 20'sand :: e j--
a MlIrI' l'5btro., Tenn., banker- fK-< . . Her maid--n name w. s
of the While House od i
are "gi>
health and a well developed sense made :a nalionwioc theater bu: ;in ss man. F-thi-r Gk-v/we; . her )pares: : METAL GUTTERI N G AND!> DOWN SPOUT

of humor. . Shi' kejs: | wrapIxioV tour . At 45 she i< still good- On a trip to the Orient in the W.MXnatives /iSK'-Lorranl'!; : I

,-. of the President and their looking with her brown cviffurc: 1930's Miss Fuircioth nut Mrs. She: rarely makes campaign! WITH ALL FITTINGS NOW AVAILABLE
the . Her land bru-k ; r !
but of Arthur MacArthur. general"- trips. L:; a
daughter. Maigarvt; none streaked withsilver..
j herself\ . : mother. who introduced her to house on a bluff overlooking EMOTORITGIVES I
When they were in the second The governor's; lady was born the general.She Mississippi River . The th"\\ i Just Received
'Crude Harry Truman curried BessWallace's Frances Hutt in Sherman. Texaj. was born in Nashville went sens have two children. Gk-nn i
)MM,K-; home from school . She was raised in Sapulpa to Soul;; College and the Ward- 12. and Kaihk-eii. G. . Mi I Another Shipment of ThatII.UUt'1:1)
. They weir married June 23. Okla. . Her father was a rail- Belmont school . Her most not- Slasscn belongs t" the league ofWomen : I
1919 . Margaret was born six road conductor . Her mother able friend is Mrs. Charles A. Voters ..nd.s onboard tI"1 YDUA ( > (:(: PEn :M,
comes from a long line of Methodist Lindbergh . She became the tf St. Paul's Children I
years later. i No 3 That Wc Lire: to $7 00
Mr*. Truman's family ha, livedin end: Baptist ministers. second wife of Gen. MacArthur< in H:>sp.t.l A...<;(O('.;:iutn. I fl E Mll E RiDE Floorinn. With / J
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her in in of New After the San Francisco
Indt-pclrlcncc for five generations Dewey met Chicago the Municipal Building; ; conf i I'
. E\'cr'h..dy there calk 1923 where she we-: ; a secretary York City in 1937 . She remained core she made ypecclifs jih her Hcss . She Roes the rounds and studyinf! ; music . Marriedn with her Insband duringthesiege thil'r :t-d Niiior.. .f> St. )P.ml J I AND ALSO A Carload of
Of her hometownthe hairdresser IMS.! tm-v htvt1wi> s<-n>; 13 of CorreRidoi and 1 went civic: gioups." . She!I : -av >00''I"doesn't -. i I HAKIM) 1.I \<:IDNo. : )
church, nicirket. with- and I lh. N-! a 'm.-n! >.,-. - .- .. r ;fnin t-i AnMuilia in .1 -.p' (-,I. h-mart! '".;", her ;-Heirs.1 fin'!''
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RS. TAFT talks more about BEFORE her marriage. u Arlhu: IRS. WARREN was broughtto J1IRS.: WALLACE utt.vuted at: I i
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iTI her husband than has the \\ ifr. er lUzcl Vlrl'. oke:' the U. S. from Sweden White Housevh'.'n her 1 RACK OF i iGreally
when she husband \\a" \ ice-pie. Ia(>nt. Io! LVe// > DOll
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of any other candidate in h:-;tory was an woman in Browne Wallace i /

. She IS trained in politics has troit. She had been on the staff . Her father was a Baptist occasionallywould Roose"vclt. '
pinch hit for Mrs. I
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strong opinions a sense ..f humor of the Chicago Tribune a social minister. . She was a widow : . . She was once chorcn q Rciluci'tlDresses E DRESSES a 3
and an uninhibited platform per- worker and had taught school in with a little boy: Jirn.-ny. when the best dressed woman in public -t I ( S; I tOur

a sonality. . As Martha Wheaton' Saginaw. Mich. . She is the she man ied Warren in !S2" lute" . She i... however, primarily Stir frrirl/ leis
flowers of Winc.na. Minn., she senator's: second wife and stepmother \\h.khe was district: attorney. a hm nebody. : ; I! :

went to a fa.shu>nabi.- &fcii Is school of his three children. . . . Her name had been Urs. Nine Mr:. Wallace is a native. of i : liar,' l"...
in Connecticut and the Sirb onac They married when Vandenbcrg Palmquist Meyers. Indiitr.oU. Iowa. . The; Wallaces' : l.ilrll: t' I" wJS 3
in Paris was a newspaper publisher m "We had five children in xix l romance bt'gan'hen Ifo 0j
Martha met Bob Taft at a Grand Rapids. Mich. in 1918. years." she once said "You don't was studying: voice: at Drake i
t whool; dance in I91O. . They Mrs. Vaadonberg was born in do much entertaining then-except University slid Hcnrvwas: a cub $495 !
were married in I 19N.! . This; Fon Wavne. Ind.l th? University birthday parties." reporter on his father's paoer. . .I i t! I It
have four children and six grand of Michigan she was credited In long hand the wife of the Thev were" mC"I\-d l *in 191! .*.
children. . They live in an: old- with "a breezy naturalness. governor answers, all mansion: The Wallaces are a hot>y C. s, : Each !
fashioned, three-story icd brick '. The sociable girl of th e campus mail. . Her only business caner ple. . She i is good looking :>.u-I I .
hou e in G\' .rgel.,vi, n. . Alice became the soctal: senatorial was as office manager: of a checks his appearance before p : I II Ii 4
Roosevelt Lungs\ei lb. M 'rthuVpolitical hostess; Washington.. dress shop when she was, a widow. tures are made. . Mrs. ; i.. Ii :
(,'"'1 ad... >ayit's the During the war" Mrs. V lfw'n- . She is blue-eyed blende. doesn't ';lk poiituShe r, i
kind of a hunt ",I1.t h..s a <-<-ok- burg was director/ of ivmp: ana dimpled. . She is a local! officer es Washington. . When i :
ie jar in the pantry instead of a hospital service for the Red of the Girl Scouts. . Her lost the vice-pix-sidt-nnal mls.j' I :
bar." Cross for three years. real interests are domestic. tion to Truman in 1944.! she

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veterans training under: the: \0 I All Nationally vertiscd Makes in SUITS. SHIRTS. I We Ho-v3 A .FFJV SPECIALS' ill :
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obligations under the Servicemono THIS IS THE SCENE: a few minutes after an unusual double-headed disaster near Phoenix. Ar;-. :
i j Readjustment Act (G-I First .eight persons were injured in the derailment of a Santa Fe railroad passenger tram on -. I In All the Wanted Shades i I II RACK of :

i [Hill Q): How mane veterans: suffered broken rail. A little later an automobile plowed into the crowd beside the derailed cars ani injured I l Lilies "OOMIMIIKS"( ( ; r.rilronm. >|Iil'l JMT.. E D'11.DPV) c E't- Fotnt'rly Sold f ho:', 3

( perch' impairment duran I severely five ty: others.the a :tomobile.'I In the .foreground lies Pullman Ccaaucicr::! Gabe Johnson who was injured i I New Patterns Just Arrived i ii . ).:J StO'! :, to S2500 i 4

done World to War aid II them and what is being the? jVuiin-Bus.il I and I Freeman Shoes for I : t mill' (1111/ PECJU..) :--UI; ) :
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World War 11 veterans suffered' I'I : May I name more than one may also name one or more contingent answered VA Regional by Office.writing) the newest I DEPARTMENT I '

: speech impairment restorative training in I'PSpt"'ial has beneficiary Life Insurance to my National Service Veterans beneficiaries f CHAS. ARONOVITZ STORE I I
wishing further in- I Read
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