The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 21, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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I $60,000 BILL [Ford Offers I City[ Assessment
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; web All nei" ondcsiiin... to haveonertiois ,r -
dent Truman is needed to put i y *tor Company today ai,"eed to : t4.. _
I made in the city a.- _
into effect the general appropriations give an-increaye i in wages to it.-- ,
CSMIU'n! i 1K will nave an opportuniU '
bill including the $60000 t 110,000 CIO workers, ranging;:
at 8 tomorrowto
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for the purchase by the Navy of I a M
from 11 to 14 tents an h< ui The rt !o th their objections be
Boca Chica
I union had asked for a 30-cent :. i Inn lh Ktiualizin; Board of the
Word to this effect was re .
increaseThe t iK. '.1 l Key We tAt
houily !
; rived here today) by County Attorney ;'
that tune the board
Paul Sawyer and City ,I contract,. it accepted i', to ,
i if the members of theU
Commissioner Louis Cal bonell run till 1950 with a provision 1j
I "mini: IOn. City Manager:
from U S. Senators Claude Pep- that it may be reopened for lui fCitpli O bpaldin. Tax As.'ssur j J

per and Spessaid Holland and her consideration during; 1949 MCI \ ili Rosam and City ClerkViettn i ,
Representative George Smath- I I P "
No response:: to the otter has; Lowe, will hold. I a meeting

ers y yet been received from the it t',it\ Hall for the puip;>"e of i TWISTED INSULATORS SHEARED OFF POWER LINES stand amidst scattered wreckage of the

The Senate paced its appropriation union. ; aejiptmt. the tax rolU or of hear-' United Airlines DC.6 passenger plane which killed all 43 persons aboard near Mt. Carmel Pa.j .

bill Saturday afternoon exMT I The Ford proposed: increased : I ins .>bjet'lions j The big! ship flew into the power l tine; in attempting to make an emergency landing on a flight
The sum of $60,000 was provided ; scale} of wages: came aftei (the : ..
' It i expected City Manner | frcm: San Diego. Calif. to New York
for the Navy department to company, several weeks ago said I Sfaldin., will return to bi.> deskI _
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Boca Chica field t
purchase from
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that it was considering reducing I I IK Core tomormw meeting: The
! Monroe county wages./ It explained that it had j 'ilmanager has been north I
Then the house acted on the changed: its altitude t bocause of the burial of his only
1 : duriru son. Taft And )
measure at 12:30: a Saturday Dewey ApparentlyWill
m. I the General Motor,; increase of 11 i Ralph U Spaldm: Jr who was,
and the bill also passed"The I
:: cents an hour and the Chrysler I ... killed during the war while flying -
joint measure was then sent to advance of 13 tints hour. i
an f '.AtI.. p..l... a Navy airplane {
President Truman for his signature Lust week, because of its intention :/
Anyone before the
I may appear Be Leaders On First
before it becomes law to the of STEWARDESS Brownabove
increase wages 1 j Nancy I qualiim, : beard! to 'havo cor
The Navy Department eventually I
its employees the Fold Motor
i('I':ions made in the Assessment
will receive the $60.000 provided r t ( ). whose home was near
company announced an advance roll whether the haling \ ilu-
in the measure. Once Mon- in prices for its automobiles f Fort Myers. Fla perished' in ;I'. stain of the in property or other
roe County is handed a check I I Ballot Confident
for that amount the County Looks for Job i the crash of the United Air ;1 wise.There i will IKno"er mottos ; I

Commission plans to apply the lines plane near Mt. Carmel Infor the bcwicl The commls-

sum toward the purchase of 'h xlulc to meet al- i, \LHUIUE..l. iiEs TU !
1 ion' is not s(
At Kor ]
Meacham Field which is now <>< Pa Forty-two others aboard I .
all the commissionersI .
owned by the Key West Realty th"jch I'I'I .. ..tnuL'In:: \ NL.S MLLl IN IMIILUILLI'III
companyA With A Pension j also were killed. I iwiil attend the hearing: YIELD TO l'EW \tKh ;

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suit is pending in Circuit i :;
Court for the condemnation of
(AI' r'b.t.r/ POWER EXPERT t
i M-Orfcham Field. It is charted:: TO UEWJ-\

that the owners are demanding SIXTEEN YEAR OLD EULA

too much money for the airport I 1 N'TN "...-'H i'rr..r
f MAE MASON u back home I .
near Favetteville. N. C. and ; w
) Driven t 3 cir ...vf m. The Republican Rational convention '
Pilings I Deputy Sheriff W. W. Jackson .I
nll..h Ue{ .- convened here thi'
\"anllt'\ar ,
says officers are hunting for ..;

; In Ocean Floor! Norman Beard. 38. accused by &tn'h CJiaimiaii<<: Nas. 3 Key) Wesers( ,! -j "!I IJ ,i'al morning 1 that i t>cwey and opinion'and Taft wa5 will gene l lout hc> -

I the girl of holding her captive r I
in. front on the last ballot
Something new has been add for a month. Eula + Uepartutrul, llorrl.ll: J . '
ed to the ocean around Sand in a swamp x To Get Shares with the lead

Key and Rock Key the Key West Mae told Jackson. she went 13 (',lau-tl.., .. "s... However.\ ; 'Stamen support!', ,

Naval Base announced today away with Beard on his prom In heal Estates declared he will matte so ?"o.Jll!
Four sets of pilings have been Dr \annc\ar Bush who
is. of marriage but the cere I a showing on the first ballot as: to

driven into the floor of the took place. She an important part in the development IHm-rlal I. Tfc eitl_.> warrant further backing attar
to mark the Navy's measur- mony never
ocean the ballots have been cast 1r
of atomic power and .
YORK. June 2)) ThretKey
ed nautical mile which will be said he beat her frequently favorite sonsSt35Sen.
I who (is chairman of the Researchand I \Vest residents, will. sham
vessels cal ra
used by the Navy in daring her captivity. She es, Dewey and Taft a'I'I ,
the esate of then aunt the '
Ibrating the speed over the Development board of the in confident of
caped June 17. late Josephine M Reed of the i appeared wrnniriithe
courseLAUBSCHER Nav\ department at Washington nomination and even thou<.t,
Hotel Me\lpin. New York. ac
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.. cording to the terms: of hci wilt
at 12:18 p m Ile the turn of events thus far. rtwas
filed for probate in Surrogate'scourt
ATTENDINGoil's said that the art he .
j West for
Di Bush is rn Key heir toda\
the electmi.n !
defeated in presidential
the purpose of acquainting himself They are Marie Roberts. V\Ui .. .
four t.
years ago may p:
'am II and Paul MonsalvatgcAtter
with the work being; carried ; tt be a stumbling Mock in hi,
COURSE 1 payment' of small cash bequests -
INSTRUCTOf on by the Navy in the Key Vest they will each receive light for a majority after th !
of the first vote,
I 'J> counting I
area twelfth .f the
cmc- residuary e- :

<<:.. Of <(<:IIiutcrre... FRANCISCO LOPEZ i| He is accompanied by Captain tate The balance of the estate {I MRS. DOROTHY VREDENBURGH UcJt of Vredenburgh. Ala. Green ig ft ftI1h Governor will mak Diem I ;t hl:,I. !

i AP Wewtfeatures i iCE. Weakley. of the Navy De goes to other relatives |I secretary of the Democratic national committee and: Mrs. Dudley : keynote speech and will be, i't .I I- I

Manager I.t.uses For Si\-| Unemployment I t Anz -- Francisco partment.Dr The tcstatux died on Mt1:1: |I Hay (right) of Detroit. secretary of the Pepublican national lowed> by former CunIC.II1..11I i {
HAYDEN I Her estate which has not vet
has been retired for I Bush is living in Quarters formally I convention meet in Philadelphia! Each will call the roll at h*rparty's Clare Booth Late: who is me'pot-; :
been declared
Day liitlrutlioii in ISorlhj I II Compensation In nearly three years and does AB on the Naval Station He will be "over is $20000 convention. ''mg the convention Ion a""! "''(,

I (:Carolina I not like it. He will be 103 next I remain in KeyVest until : I of newspapers in the Eaot un I
Oct 4. the South.
of the I State Of 1 Florida() ( He is said to hc' the oldest person ' Wednesday at hich time he will l II.[ Dewey lost what is consult, ': e I
: The Board of Dlrl.'f.'tors I : Sgt. M.hniglitIn !
in the United States retired ( return Washington 5.5. CONCH SUNK ni,, first round this mommhe _
Key. West Chamber of Commerce i I i%|,....I"| !.1 br < illzrMITALLAHSSLK !I umh'r the old age insurance plan I Dr Bush is known. nationally' I ss n his proponents tried t'> _< '

at their last meeting voted to j [ : run( 21 -Unemployment 1 IMidHe I for his woi k m connection with Canal: Zone1j () !! Alabama to yield to New Y/, '.

send Harold R Lauhschcr, the or-I ICamzations compendium payments I went on the federal insuiance '- i research and devclopntent dur- "n the calling.. of the vote on (1I,
for the week endincJune :1 I 4'e.rial .. Tbr t.itrsrwlI \'ANDALS I IN lust. ballot But Alabama (11.1.i '
manager to the I roll Jan 1 L 19T! : when: ru ink World War II and hi.- namI l"j ,
12 $116n 4, del'rl'dSe of .
Southeastern Institute of Cham- were > a was 93 and woikcd adiiv until is best known to the world. foijthe j $11.19650 i elovb the same periodlast I ,
I ho was 100 At that tim theKcnnceott t part he played in the devcl Jun. '%1.-T IS I. Ihniian1 I cit'lea ted the prvpwalPcnnsvlvaata ;
at Chapel Hill N Coil I II, Smith < h m- .
her executives year < I ( I and Illin "
'i n
Copper Company fur I| opment of at'MTIK' |M>weii : Knight of Kr\ \\i-t rcrentlv HI, I Invnl
C' again this year man of the Florida Indu"tiialtimmibbion GARRISON AREA pie I deciding factor in the >i. ,i iI
I whit It he had woikcd. sincv 1909I i I Dr Bush was gn-e-te-c) upon hI. i on the IsthmU'* of Panama
Laubseher: left Saturday and ( irported toddY Total I felt he wa, entitled to i tncmrni. 1 I al rival at Bota Chica field bj \, i having. made the trip via LSATj: I lacer; The former after t tfavorite
i benefits ..
receiving I I 1.
stalled attending classes at the persons He and his wife. Elen 73. j Captain Cecil <', Add ('ommall this were 7.617 as eompared I I Is It .
session this morning: year each receive checks of S42,20 e'' of the L S Naval I Base and ( was' a"" _n'f1 l 10 duty with hatD. I Ij six day with 8.991 last year, he added I .ceimd chotce and Illinois i it r'
monthly from the federal qoveminent. cf'iiiinandini. <..II" eI' of f \i .i' i m'e!jI j U, \ Ilrf, h" (Iofcn Ralboa.Port . J I
The Institute conducted by Twenty-three per cent oi 1,764 But Francisco wants I I \i\ril aclixit:"', I I"m I in th"I . .\11',1"' "n the Parifit, .,ide I It I inks, H,"a s nut 1e"'4.1| licxme (OfficersOffered) ,. favor Taft, UxiuKh son ..J!
of of the total 7.617 receiving unemployment .. .t I
Chamber lean t
the United States the delegates .s" I
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\\.t "I t the 1 l'-tl'II
his old job back as!' gardenerand Key .o H "i

Commerce at the University of last week compensation unskilled m the copper mill messenger I .........-.--..-_..-... .----------. Damap Tn I 'llil'| K."purlS () f f Chance 1)"weJi0nt4: Robert M ( ', t
state were mock owner of the Chicat 1
Noith Carolina brings together j Ht has illI! ) complct'-H H hoe, >-c ,
Smith said with that croup making I .. iil .ti"(;;;mu) bunt who u here with th I 11I'I'
about 500 Chamber managers in for himself and his \\ lftII. at
the highest peiientacc of out ano' :
nuts deiegaUon. i> i
the southeastern section of the ,; those receiving compensation foi keep busy choppingood rThAMiI k ..meone dehbeiaUK sank th" For Aeti\e Duly for Senator Taft with "iu v .

"Uuntry. Nearly all Florida org that period I i ion I' Sea V ul vessel I. the >*S> Conch 4'%' ..vrla .. Tae t Mi.r., mind choice". so far a> ,,11; t t"
izations are repiesented !I The skilled croup was the next 2 -I Brush; Fires .t. it tested in Canison: Bictr seen at the present time

highest category, composing: 1.- I abut two,, mghU "1:0. accirdint JUKSONVIlLfc June I 13ApfMoxiiiiatelv In the opening addr,s t tirxirning

Instruction, provided, by Wash ;( 462 of the total Clerical and II I. tt"cmcn werl'" called out h\ 1 u'" j /. HI II f' ( till titserr. I/If 1/N/M. //N"lr ' inplon; officials of the U. S sales, service and semi--killed IAI, others, raised the boat I.t '
yes '1w
.. was made:
to put nut a Mush fire lfict.iaie' oitert-d an ,
Chamber and University of account for over 1.000 each and ton and Front streets The firstI : tti.ti\ t to letutn to active several attacks It *-, -"''If' t1' amity
Nosh Carolina professors, professionaliikers account fm i I call tame at 3 a m and the If we hod nut w'i' ". wnhI the Democrat, have t.. < f
l'en-I ..h..ut! 300 Included those boat wit) t', tti! lut% for a minimum of 12 ,
in ; esterdav i the we pcue-cutc "to" l',n, and t-: .t 'tare
of 8
ters around the subject se('ond at p m \ power
Chambers of Commerce'i iItll'al ciJ.uMnu benefits are also) a sizeable i Theie was no damage repottedBRADY'S J SENSATIONAL FORD : full extent of the law -ai', 1I I II n,"nths. accordiog to an anmnic( ;suffering.. lion int 1 II-:
number of cigar workers I I MarlinesThe: engine i-. s or 'm'nf the the Bureau "fNaal

(0' be of further service, to their I : ........................ ........................_.- : tually ruined by the sail ..,,';'1 f., today stnHt - - -
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communities i 4i 'It will cost us at least $JUII t'
FOR SALE '46 Ford 4.Door- ; loose: volunteering for thhouty
The Institute graduates students -. I I replace it.
in : three jcars This will '42 Plymouth. Club Coupe-'35 i hope I'Tlff/Hr'/ ; II I'vnnit; hurlI; ./M T)' :i I The 3S-foot boat had been ..r.: may expect opportunit\ i Don't Come Here
3-Ton Reo Stake Truck: Barqain -for- I/ e-hored off the C:tx' Py..peltat for retention beyond one >ea>.
be Laubscher's second year of | (,/ the .ManOnlrr\ :* II f" Hurt' "ff'fO"f'.1 4(I the end oi Palm avenue SatjContin :
NAVARRO IncorporatedOpposite CHOICE POULTRY I. 4I. though definite commitment i I. Today!

attendance !i i ,Bus Station ,11214 White Street Phone 540 I. 4 i "eli On P< _.. Tnm, -"t ,n"'I U, a' the pie..ent time \,\

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Prom r. CUI... Banding- a long news story and a feature editorial ; Days Gone ByAS
on.r Green and Ann Btr t*
Only Daily !' .psDi In Key wt and on a matter which is vital to a sound TAKEN"FROM

Monroe County national defense-yet which apparently Daytime Summary Harri= FILES 07
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pragram Mtt4 btow THE CITIZEN OF
*.t.r.d at Key Wet, Florida, a. .eond el*.. matter i is little understood by either Congress or irs bradca at th* aam *>m M n.ddy JUNE 21. 1338 )IIiiIulalDaniuilmhiSualiiwuiuhllIvallmuaflg
.throuilk Fri3ajr. EaOt localtim CHAWER 26 that she did not love him. It had Hlldred did not show :any surprise I
central subtract 554 h
The Aoetated Hr.. I* xclalTly: entitled to the American people. for .nentSfl. .lItr.ct *wS .....". ; :: after she went to bed not even mattered that she had about such an unusual visitor her *
I*. for reproduction of all nwa dispatch' creditedto LONG told him she loved somacne ese. mother saul. "You must have
carries the
The editorial descriptive night Mildred thought of The best time ; ).ailfishing i in
It or not otherwise. credited la this paper audio ', Lucien was so sure he could buy known, then, that she was coming.
th* local sews pblUheJ ..ere..IBICRU..O title" "The Story Navy Couldn't Tell." It JUNE 21 THROUGH JUNE 23 ,. Knew.vhat Lucien he would had kill told himself her-that if she he everything he wanted He would You might have prepared me. Key West waters.: is June said I Ia
ConveoNon buy her dear! And I do think that party of ;:.amiafls who angled .
:* KATES Program I would net help him now-first with Jimmy- too. you
n.. Teu _ ___ ____ ii,... deals with the controversy over the relative Full clidul. *f th* fUpubncan fla.tinal ,. by marrying she saw why he had taken an interest might hare prepared me for the here yesterday and brought to
tie. liuntha, S.,. comb.'tt merits of lan-i-based!" vesus" car- cnvntin. . at Philadelphia. i* him.Randy in the boy even though it things the Countess told me." port seven sailfish the largest
n..... Meatbe ___ &on Being carried By all four network iNs.* had warned her that her
..... III<<.tta __ -_- ..(.. rier-based aircraft. During the hearingson week tram on. Bath day andiifltt friendship with a Lanier would was growing into a genuine one She tried: to make her tone very of which measured seven feet six
':.lIly __.. Jl *.sin. BO on the air. in add. .. | now-next with her mother-on casual -What were the things inches
- tea t* *pecial. program j lead her into trouble- and she and on and that there wouldbe I last .
our military expansion program, th -Air on so darling When came in night
E..ct tns were net listed by the had promised to go to him. if it
no escaping were sound asleep and you
fietwerh their
in advance schedules. you
-_Made Known on Application Forces and the Army have insisted that ss'preg.a ins .. g.wen are' Sub.Jsct ''did. But she could cot' go to llildred had not said yes but she were even sounder when I left R Adrian O'Sweeriey. chairman
toc .Nsijntgncgws cNsge f.r beth Randy with this. She !had promised had not said There this how could 1 of the dean-up committee;
PECIAt10TICB: carrier-based planes have largely outlived iheregulsr scaisoas. sad. Since br..a. Lucien that site would no. was no morning so pre-
All readlne; notlcea, r&rde .0 t thank. reenUUoa *.t*. I need for either. Lucien toek it as pare you for anything?" said today that the drive \vifl
rt reenect. vuiiM ary oetlcea. yncma. etc., will v. their usefulness and that huge, land-based .NOTE! S..aiens will b* broadcastimuttnii his dark secret. as he called it. an established fact that they were -I was only joking." her mother 'reach its peak on Saturday an}
i.arc' for at th. rat. of 19 cent a line.Notlcea / .ly to the entire network I 1 Besides she and Rand were drifting .
bombers of fccckup. rather than betrothed. He had not asked her returned smilingly. "The Countess will be concluded on Sunday
$ for tertalameat by churches from which. are capable performing any by double relay further and further apart. iti
(I r.*.a.. I IS t. .. derived' at* S rent a 11... t. meet local clock tms i appeared with each new bappenj if she would marry him. He had said you di4 not know she I The clean-up campaign is! held
The Cltlcea U an ssa forum and lavlte .
eon... or .uhll Uee* and *....Jflt.) of local: er N.i.h,5OORoneynion j I ling. marry you, Mildred." And after- things did she tell me? WelL for in connection wiyi the Overseas.
.(...ra. 'In..r.*.. bat It wUI not. publIsh aSsa.iovsius.s5frstuL this controversy never clearly presented. ': In N. T.-oba i' She could make Jimmy the wards-long after they had goneto one. she went on at great length Highway ceiebraUon. July 2-4. .

According to the" Evening New, "The Breakfast Clubabc5:15Barnyard price of a marriage; she could tell say good-night to Jimmy and saying what a lovely girl she .
Fom.-ct- Lucien ",he would mary him if he had joined his mother and the thought which I could ] Miss Orpheus Machado
you and
implication i is clear: The Navy had been Ocark-Frert..Valley Waring Folk Show*-mt-obo>sH0 j I would legally adept the boy. That. other guests downstairs in the big agree with perfectly- And she told Roy Banks. who will] be married

muzzled by the Air Forte, apparently with Mus.c For \"ou-b. I then. would take care of this oneS drawing room. Lucien had be- me that her son also thought a today have been
: My Story Drama-a be j important issue. But. even to givei behaved as if it were all settled. great deal of given Na year)
MEMBER ( 1948 the backing of the Army and the Administration 10:30-Hour of 'erlas-nt! i i I Jimmy such security. it was a big \VTHEN Mildred got home from No more than you. that? Hildred subscription to The Citizen as a
) Half.Hnur of
Scriala-ebp S price to pay. For Mildred did not wedding present.
high command.The i Say It With Music-mb. I want to Lucien. VV the clinic the following day drew an inward sigh of relief.
11W-Arthur Godfrey Show-cb! ,. marry her mother told her that she had "Well, that was about all. along
News then goes on to sum up the Breakfast In 1Iolf.004-abo i How she wished she bad taken had a visitor. "1 was that surprised -. that line." Mrs. McNaxightens "Miss Key West" for the Overseas -,

Navy's flying achievements in the Pacific 11:**-Ben Alexander Show-irta Mamie's: advice and had gone only ," :Mrs. McNaughten said kind eyes still were a bit troubled Highway celebration will b:#
I 11:4-Serial! :'. bra.-cb* I that one time to visit the big "you could have knocked me over ; something was wrong, she chosen tomorrow night at a flow

war-and it's a story that should be knownto Afternes.1200Weirows house knowing that it-and its with a feather. And you might felt sure though she did' not see how and all-night dance in the I
I people were too far separate know she would catch me when I what it could be. The Countesshad
American. Tray elers l
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST every Kate Smith Zpests-rb.- to I from her and her kind ever to had been having my afternoonnap indeed been gracious. It had Habana-Madrid i

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Naval aviation including the Marine 12:30-Words agd Music/ -nUa j i mix.She and in my old wrapper. But been kind of her to make the little
1:80-Music Halt: Hour-nbc had tried to make that clear she was as gracious and friendlyas call. And Hildred did not seem The sponsoring committee of.
corps, destroyed 15,4tl) Japanese planes 2:00 Doubi!* or Nothing-nbo I to Lucien. But he would not listen could be and we had a cup of upset about it, or even much sur the Community Clinic of whfefa:

1. (ore hotels and Apartments. as against 10,343 for the Army Air Forces. Queen for a Day-mis- to her. Me simply kept insistingthat tea and a piece of your cake prised. She talked about Jimmy, Mrs. Robert Spottswoo} j jj;.
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion I 2:3o-Serlal.: for "', hr .-nboHririe she must marry him,. as if it Hildy dear, and a right nice UtUechat" what a fine little boy he is and chairman will hold a meeting U
Eighty per cent of the Navy's total were and uroom-abc I were an obsession with him. as if how they enjoyed having him.
and Marlin Clock flecordsjobs$00To night in the county: courthouse.
3. Airports-Land Sea.
destroyed by carrier-based planes-and of Ee Announced: ..-cb. it were the one slender thread of For the visitor bad been none And. oh yes she told me that
4. Consolidation of County and Ladle. kid: .ated-abc hope he had found to cling to. other than the Countess. Yet Mildred there is a famous surgeon coming 5:
City Governments. these 93 per cent were Japanese land- I 1:30-The House Fatly-tb.-. t And he had told her that his was not as surprised as &he to visit them next week -she Mr and Mrs Tony Leto sac

5. Community Auditorium. based craft. That means that carrier Paul \\hiteman nevordabo. mother was ready even eager- might have been. Was this not spoke of him as if he were a very flounce: the coming marriage of
our 4W-Uinl Hunt ,ulz/ -cb. I to accept her as her daughter-in- another link in that tightening:: close personal fnend, and she insisted their daughter. Miss Rosina trio,
planes alone got rid of 19 per cent more ':30-Winner Take Ml.-. cb I I law. The Countess also believed i web Also she felt that the Countess that she wanted me to allow to Charles McCullouxh. son tt,
Treasury. Uatnl Shv -a4OO that Mildred was her son's salva- !, as her son had done before him to look me over-because of Mr Mrs
enemy planes than did the Army Air For : Kobert Ho"VT,ir (Lewisrb.KWCes nv.t repeals 1 or. 1 tion. So that there were the two her. had come partly in order to my spells you know -and she The and Perry will be McCullou.
ces.:; later)-abc aid rob [ of them against! her. It was like a ccnvince herself that Mildred's made it so that I could not very ceremony performed
MONOGRAPHDear ':. -IMIO sad Abncr. -tbs-east I web that would tighten until there background was what she said it well refuse though I did not like in St Paul's Cjhurch at '::30 Friday !-..
For every one of our carrier planes : was no escape. was-and probably also to see to accept such a bi; favor from 'emng.

Folks: lost:; in combat 14 enemy planes were shot I 1 Well, she could indeed tell that it was not too bad for the her." S, -
Randy now that she was headedfor future daughter-in-law of Hildred could under- Mar'tha
Roth the mayor and the city manager NETWORK PROGRAMS | a readily : A shower hooorinai Miss >
down. This 14-1 combat superiority compares that altar-if against her own Lamer. stand how Lucien's mother could Carbonell. will be
are away Irom Key West, and yet Lastera Lecal T...... F.r Central' Mill'-with ..notht>r. But would it Her mother's gentle face worean make it exactly that way. : he\j'
with ratio of about 7-1 fur land- ..
a 5btratt ens "r. for asuntaaSubtesti do good? Would it wake that Thursday afternoon at the Haba-_
of b.c Some Iscal .t.- any expression was slightly She said, "Maybe it would b!! .
the city i is going on in the even tenor based Navy and :Marine planes and 5-1 for t..". s...... Neutefre.lay is .t Randy up? I troubled even though the visit, a &good: idea Mummie.'' naMadrid.Mrs.: ..

its way. When any business:; i is; well regulated iScal .chea"I. .Last m.nute pro.Iram It h"f, not:: mattered to Lucien had been a pleasant one. WhenLOUISA'S CT. W continued) .
the Air Forces. cPlafl9Ss c..t b. 'nclided. Mae Ortiz who had been
it will smoothly for longtime --- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- --- ---- --- - -- -- -
run a Finally, U. S. Carrier planes destroyed I visiting her brother and sislel

before it needs!' adjustments by 5,649 enemy aircraft on the ground as MONDAY JUNE 21 TODA rs BIRTHDAYS J in-law. Mr and Mrs Benjamift'

those in authority. faiag I Demeritt. left for her home ia'j
:; ; LETTER (Know America)
against 2,981 so accounted for by the S.CO Xews. Report li Mln.-nboXc | Tampa this morning v:,
TilE ORACLE ..*,tast. k-very 1 lay-cbs Secretary of the Treasury John I
Army Air Forces Nclwor* Silent': Hour-abceaetKiddles W. Snyder burn at Joncsbuio. I --:-:-- -
II..ur ( The
Today in
To quote the News again "Naval avi- Network Silent. (1 hI"-mt. -.t.. ': Ai k., :3t years ago. I says an
-_ Kiddies llvur trepcat-wbs-wmit. Dear Louisa: :: Donald Culross Peattie, author ; editorial paragraph: >

THE GENTLE ART ation, and especially carrier-based aircraft ::15-Sports My Upwoon-cb, : Music Time-bbela *. My sister and I were mariled during the same year and I: and botanist born in Chicago.{i "11 is easy for people to agree:
played the major role in the winning uf. :30-Chicago/ Orchestra-cbSreast I II' both of us married men who make a fair living but there is a II I 50 years ago. I about problems" that are far
... from home.
: American air supremacy in the Pacific war Lara an4 Abner. repeal-sbsnseit I great difference in Our lives. ; Lew Hahn. president of the<< National t _ ___
The legislature of "Girls State" in'esion : -Xewscaat by Three-n beLeweU
) Retail Goods A&JOCNI- .
When we got married we talked things over and sister and Dry
and thereby demonstrated the vital importance Thomas repeat ll>-tbs I : Your
in Tallahassee\ on Friday defeated 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basle I both said that we were going to do our part to make marriagea i tion. burn in Jersey: City, N. J. IloroSt'ope.MONDAY. I
of Naval air in future Tllo UeuUti Show-cbs I
power any war j 66 years ago. '
News SRI Cummentary-aba success and. both of us have !truly tried. J .
JUKE 21.1
I 194 -
almost!' unanimously a bill to lower the voting l Dr. :M. Dawson. ,
strategy. If Congress doesn't know what Fultun/ Lewis. Jr- mb. But here is the difference. Her husband praises what she Justrph execu- TIK-IO may be a ci aft nature pethat. -
tit*- and Comment-nbg ., I j tive of the conference -
age in Florida to 18 years. Naval aviation has done and can do, it's 1..I ana Sog-cba '. does and will insist on doing the things he thinks are too hard. secretary roinmitUt of public joint relations capable of deception or veIl t

Speakers against the measure Asserted time it found out. And it also had better be I'aliv Nsas- :Cornnientary loaner Lmt.-nsbS-abc I on her while my husband takes everything I do for granted I I f of tbe Baptists burn in Ma pearl, shrewd dealings. K benefits the *

7dO--Van twmroe Quartet-nbo" "*, and wonders why I mind doing '' Tex. 69 ( powers of execution but be- car_.
that youths of 18 are too immature to inquiring who tied a gag on the Navy in Jrrry \Va>n.. "Shorn-,boo' 1 ___ I. T ytais ago. ful not U> use actual deceit for'
more. I Lieut. Arnold CTcsU of the Yale
2 cast ballots) wisely. flagrant violation of the spirit of the unification Lone Htury tlaiicer J. Taylor-miss Drama: aba *. I My children have adopted the. wWking<< 'hard and is dead mtke1 tired.: j University School of :Medicine dij this degit-e indicates that the pub- ,f
the curciimstances would
T Kaltenborn Conmntt-zsbo same attitudes. Sister's boys will 1 rector vf the Clinic for Child LVj lie cltO('<; not put .ny too much
j -
That it true of program. : s ktrsa.d.ctrbs5urts I the) case different, but even then ;I
: some youths and not COnsmtntmbsSACavaiead. jump up and take the coal scuttle velopment born in Alma W =.. tnis' in thi' n.iia': tx'-l *
This country's security depend no gentleman would fail to of- j
true of other! youths. Many Key Westers, ot 'merlca-DbO I from hut ferule mine would 1 &8 years ago.Rockwell ---
upon the balanced development of all the. Inner Sanctum..' Mystery 18 I) > -
years of so far i is Svundorf-altc
age as mentality concerned tltart right now with; your EATS Now Kind f
Th. I would the coal in. I
Falcon' get
arms. Both carrier-based and land-based: 'i author born Tarrytown. N Y 66)
are far better fitted to vote than .:30--HoK.rd Oarlow ncer\bo I That is just an example but it ( children.: The mother who drudg- .
aircraft have vital roles to play. The kind ioddey Talent :Scout. .b, I es all day while daughter sits ,; years ago. ; of CANDY
adults) in the .. holds true
many community. The latter Hex Mauuin \I. -afK: I in practically every j Prof. Reinhold Niebuhr of the .
of inter-service jealousy that 'vharli Chas ii>.ler)-rots thing. I hate to children I up in the living room and the- ;
exaggerates see
often : :: my Union Theological Seminary. New- Loses 65 Lbs. i 1i5U
are not concerned so much in the fitness .5)-BI1) Ruse ,nmentmbssOv I father who doesn't dare to disj -I|j :
of the candidates as they in sticking the achievements one while it attempts : ,,ihets Concert Goeat-tifca !grow up so diicoi teous and ill- j turb son while he has his play. II i I II : York professor of Allied Chi i.stianity Wears Size 12 Again 1V :
are Ja not themselves ;
deeds "
to minimize the of another cannot be VV .. are doing only
to iut ruaa >h w-abc MOThERAla.Answer : .
given alliances. They care little -- Uabriel HcaUer.: ComuieRt-ml. but their children a grave injus- 56 years ago. SiyiSii ',".i,li \\r-\;: ': ;; \i'i'S: 'f
about the qualities of aspirants for office. ':1S-News Broadcast-mbs : j tice. They are teaching them to !t Frank S. Land of Kansas City Once I ixu' lb. l>,i>. ii, J :M'k"r.' '
. The sun *. .Uth '-5. l..l I..., . i"...t
9:39-Dr. I Q. Quiz Show-nbaTh secret of their attitude is, : :Mo founder and secretary-gen . io.
but fall in line readily for candidates be selfish, irresponsible and hard .. S iiS weekis I. I .ks. ..libthe
Trea Batxi
ur) -abc of that imitating -1 eral of the Grand Council: rof thit rrnvirCabiiNLV..
course they are
: ; \" DS
Conservation Is often just camouflaged Vtuiet Please Drama-mta to get along with the rest of ttet ..... ...
the largest boodle bags. 100: -Coitented Concert-nSeJl their father. Girls: will usu-r :t world. 't I Ordei of De Mol.iy.. bin in Kansas CandI-dw.s..t'..ears sat !J: i,.., i .00"' now _

'I' Rut that is: not confined to some adult selfishness. cts'KrienJ Cuninienturyabeuith Irnia. Skit-cb* j I ally adore their father if mother Far be it from me to want boyand City. 53 u?'.>. PROOF PUSH.T"11 l\E ilD'.ItCSb!Emsoectpbiasiaaua

voters in Key West Fact is ana Hunt Club-mbs does and boys will cherish their girls to work all of the time. and repurt ,....... .",01< sa!. !OKC ""
it is practised 10:1*-Earl'-abo I mother if father does.A - Ot i U to i II !*>U.nJ.U oem 100 ueo.
I think of them should
-- on a tar larger scale in Miami\ where a LEWIS HAS MORE PUZZLESThe .!_Fred Warin* Music-ntoScreen j man's attitude to his wife have time everyone for recreation and good I Your Grocer SELLS That Good Mill: o fc.XPlRIMtMNo :No Ux..ti.c., ,No. drug Eat
newspaper announced, after the second is Anrssu'scesh-akc Guild\ lkterscbs'ft. I usually establishes:: her rating times. but I do think thev will ,,, .B 5uu.impuae.yvo want; Vivuiulrlv: tYtiSiwbse-! .1.lIan'aIe., _ala _!toe...'.
wage agreement in the bituminous I l>anc* Band Show-mbs I with his family. If he thinks it enjoy these things more if they STAR BRAND autt"._. .. <;., ,, .lto ipwi.e. TIll: ?,,.St S
primary to nominate a sheriff, that probably 11OO-X..5" Variety S hrs.-abc is all right for her to take the '5' i,_ and Im.s ..mdt
coal News; Variety. Dane 2 hr. l are given their share of respon-'l: : yj-.A\ 5.u.bly, tim :
and :
industry expires June
it the : on hard knocks We. ., ..., Jr jf!
was most costly campaign ever News and Dance; tand-atse of they thinkso. sibilitv in the home. COF1EETry :.xxl >'H.r : T tut.; ! > ;! u
conducted in Dade the best:; news prophets in Washington be- \..... Dante Cand : hrs.-mb. I too But if he thinks she needsa '-- and CUBAN 1 7 u Lut to lose wnsbu
county. Reports reached 12.09 Daucintf Cunlsnsesl-abc.wbt: .! %l mil irfmrtmtrmt. dma sad beauS
rest or a vacation. he gets this :; -- A Pound Todayl"ImnnllllJlmllnn"HIII"'Ullun'.UIUI- ,
lieve it will be impossible to negotiate : teed sO.reo.l. \tee ash rlr
a Address Your Letters to
Key West: that Jimmy Sullivan ... . ..
supporters over to the family and they agree I .rr. .1 .- > -h..ii, Ilk

handed out the "change" in bundles downhearted new pact. Evidently John L Lewis is not TOD.\\'S I with Your him. !.I "LOUISA"Orangtburg.. P. O.S.BOX C. 532. I __ ......... ...................."........'.............'..'.................WIRm".1U'........... ."' ."' .............n... .'n........_..... _..n...n._.......,.
that made old-line politicians in Key West even though he and his co- ANMVEKS4KICSKnow husband is evidently one .

I .- gape! in surprise. leaders were recently fined $1,400,000 for ( America) I of the cherished specie than that to would cherish.ratherbe so': uI .

: Another thing about extending the contempt of court. Mr.\ Lewis seems to be- 1639-Inciease :Mather, famed if your children are to change'I Only five J per cent of the pupuLation -' _\ .

vote to youths of 18 of is that lieve that he' can out-smart Congress: and : colonial Boston:: Puritan clergyman ou will have, to hurry up and of the Unite! States lived a Ia
years age
father of in urban immunities in I"90
that the the famed Cotton. get in some ground work. .
they would not be as likely to become"workers" Talt-Hartley law cannot stop born in lit>ton. Died Aug. 23. Regardless of whether they -i 4: 'Sir

for pay to support candidates what he calls a 'legitimate" strike. at the 1723. consider you a nag or a kill-joy. I N i II

for office. Besides, the youths would be end of the injunction period-so he may 1759-Alexander J. Dallas give them their definite choresto AlBURY and SON : '
r x\\
do. And do not and We Specialize in AU I
"sit Philadelphia lawyer noted get up
it secretary -
out. But there isn't; much PI IO'i: .E
more open to conviction about the qualification : possibility of the treasury under Madison get coal and wood if thgere are Kinds of Neon Signs .

of candidates, than are seasoned that the present President of the United father of a Vice President. husky men !sitting around the i[ and Lighting Stripping 648-M : V- .

States will see him through to victory in born in Jamaica. Died Jan. 16. fire. It is! as bad for their souls [ :>. r aase'rtl.s Stub A.y
politicians who practice? "pool" politics. 1817. as it is for our feelings !I hey Oirst (".....,. I I K :: I
Finally the the way that FDR used to do whenever suI: La sad SCSL' MOSES. .
entrance of 18-year-old 1774-Daniel. D. Tomkins. New I Of cour St.. if i man has been ____ .

voters!' in politics surely would not make it there was a showdown between employersand York jurist. guselrs.ct.> --- -- -- : .. .
any "dirtier" than it is at present. The the unions.A dent. 1816-1B24. born in .
dale. N. Y. Died June 11. 1825. !
1 seasoned politician discounts:; pats on the 1783-Thfodosia Burr, brilliant WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH . .

back ; he fears they may be used to lull politician's paradise is a campaign daughter of the famed Aaron ;I .

him to sleep while the gentle are of double without opposition.IN Burr. born in Albany. N.- Y. Lost:: Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete .

I T. crossing i is practised on him. at sea. Jan. 1813. ; .
LOVE OR CRAZYA 1848-((100 years ago) Andiew'
Sloan Draper. Albany.. Y. law

i THE HOUSING ISSUE :Missouri youngster of eighteen is yer. Republican leader -tate ; u-l I : .

being held by police because:; he shot two pvrintendtnt, president of of public the Uaiveisity instiuition -- H : J :

Yes, this country ned: thousands and men during an attempt to free his: sweetheart of Illinois. 1894-04. born at West-

hundreds of thousands' of new houses.,, But from a school for feebleminded.This ford N. Y. Died April,) 27. 1913 j I

somehow the real estate groups in nearly interesting event displays what famed 1850-artist Daniel Carter author Beird.and bo the!' f:: FOR HOME or :

every part of the nation have boosted the men will do for love. To the lad the only I scout leader born in Cincinnati I I j __

prices of new houses out of sight for many I important thing in the world was; getting Died June 11. 1941. 1 I LOWSUMMER RATES i : COMMERCIAL USE :

young couples. Young folks are not in a his girl out of the institution. Amencon nu-ihan': -hipping utluted |
position I I S faduI": ( Nenb Beach Section S C.y Tropical S Superb. Cut*.)*.
} to buy these tt. -
houses '-Llti. ,
loaded down Some .f! :
will .Ih'nlll"1 .
people he ( JT'elre
say was crazy. S C with the end..s': Wi s \V. II con,t.Wtirla" .- II
mortgage payments, running thru Others: will say he was just a fool in love. >. Clear, Pure CLUES: or CKl( 'SUED ICE .
What this country needs most,, is Pessimists will argue that the two are the TNEWSURFII; .

cheaper houses and lots of them. same. !

There is one additional fact that POISON IVY : ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST. I I: Thompson Enterprises, Inc. :

:- People often seek excuses for their might add to the argument : the boy had top*itching dries up blisters.. treatment quickly : EUGENE E. DENMSON.) : Manager( : 1 ICE I

failures instead of trying to do something been a patient at the same school and also gently ad &&f ". At druggbts 59IVYDRY ( DIVISION: )
former Manager of the Casa Marina PHONE NO. 8
about them. the Missouri tk I : KEY WEST. FLA. :
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(;1 :,,111 Chef de Care Hurpe -*- :'Ii\ Miss Beverly Parker, chosen

I by the Junior Chamber of Commerce -

r' :- Of Orlandorl* In Uospiltil Corps | to represent Key West in

i r ia beauty contest will be
(:'likarilv of li't.'llinjj Observes FiftiethA givena l
i. i[ gomg-away dance tomorrow

Offirrr ,night in ,tbe Driftwood.
I Ji n i v (' r s (f r:y
%/ j A.Jl.rlSl Key West", Miss
Gtand Chef de Gare J L. BarS -
It was gala for the NjvalHo Parker will go to Jacksonville
a day .
whE'rer1SS Florida" will b-
;p.tal Th .
corps : -wjav. when
daring impressive ixrerronic.the
its members celebrated the 30thtnnuersary I chosen to represent the state in
newly elected officers of Vulture -
the beauty contest to be held in
723, nand 8, at the LcgunHome beginning with a I I
radio address by L.t afternoon
*Following on Saturday the ceremonies, Law (itC), USN.. personnel C'I'choose "Mi$ America"Music
for the dance tomorrow
Beer US Naval
conch chowder was served to night will be provided by
those inattcndanre A dance in West Hector Barrios Spotlight bandYonn
the evening concluded the festi- His address covered the eorp I

history since it was founded 50
tities People
Grand Chef de Gare Burgessand years ago and covered periodsof ,
Grand Commissaire Inten- all wars and hardship undergone Get TogetherThe
dant Bob C 1'on were guests of by the corp during the depression -

Vojaguei William Patterson on jearsFallowing Methodist Sub-district
a fishing trip on Saturday..afteoon --- Lt Laws' address young people of Key West will i M' wirepr.-o'i:
which was beamed to all wards. (
? Burgess and Caton ar'iVCvlin monthly
have their
the city on Friday and in the offices, and iecretion spots of ) regular at 7:30 get- TWO RESCUE WORKERS REMOVE CLOTHING cf victim*
etb"r. Thursday
evening were feted to a turtle ,,the hospital the members of the ] to-m at the El SaUadoie Methodist p from a tree in the path cf the United Airlines plane which

steak dinner. Horpital corps gathered in front ; Church, Virginia and Grinnell crashed near Mt. CarmeL Pa. and killed 43 persons. One garment -
There was a large delegation rf the administration building at stJtoelsAfter (arrow) u high up in the branches above the reach of the

of 40 and 3 members from Miain. which tine the Medical Officer j a short business meeting, men. The plane struck an electric pcwersiation. exploded aid.

in attendance The colorful locomotive in convriand. Captain O A i alsq recreation and refreshment, disintegrated. Bodies cf the victim> were scattered in small,
Smith (MC USN horo-ed the I
of Vuiture 49: of Miami
"The Challenge -
a special pieces.
men at this station md throughout I
came down adcti with Voageuis will be
The Cross"
the Sa"Vit salutations!
All people of Key .
There were several dignitaries suitable to the day West arc cordially young invited to attend Seek Divorces MILL0{! SMILE?
in the grcup including Arthur Lt Lav.a >o addressed the ,
Arthur Bngham. Condo teur Na- numbers present and their tguets Petitions seeing divorce; No tifc-Lin
with fmaiki similar to
tional; Sidney Crisp, sous con-
uutteur National; At Lambert. his radio- addie I NCCS To Give v,ere filed Saturday in the of-

Chemist National: Jesse Kothtkr. Pictures were taken to mark fice of Cncuit Court C'leik Ros EitherJudge

Grand Chemmtt! J. E Griffin the occasionhich include Dance Jr'l clllesltlYT"'e C Sawyer by Alvan 11 Gleason
Chef de Gare, Locale 432; shots taken as Captain Smith : against Henry T Gleoson; by : You have been found
and others presented a oration *or jub welldone"to Evelyn Connors, Ttaglv attains 1
NCCS dance to be heldon guilt of a terrible crime and
George W Sikes installedas the corpsmen r.f WartlF" : John Sil\e\' Teagle by Geraldine -
Wednesday evening June 23 am going to give: :you the roper
the Chef de Care Robert D These; corpsmen were: will begin at 9 o'clock and last Alfonso Diaz against Fraiisco isomer: Judge that's an ..wo-_
Smith was the retiring Chef d"1: Dunn StarloN HJI1 USN. until midnight Diaz and by Geraldine Cas- ful line:\ou're handing me
Gare Smith was presnted with Goldsmith. Melvin HA USN andSmith. The Three Sharps orchestra. sella against Dominic Cassella
diamond 40 and G button John W HA USNA
a lapel
which Mill furnish for
music In the last 35 years commorcral
for outstanding work in se.:ur- special holiday dinner wasrerred dancing has been sponsored for Purchase of industrial, life insurance production of peanuts ha increased -
consisting and
ing Legion memberships the evening by the American in the United State in sixfoldSubsirH ,
all the
nducteur National Brigham trimmings Highlighting Federation of Music Local 202 1947 ..mount to jul over $4 bil-
gave -an.. .-.klltl.r--..-,.e for the OrvtA- .....-_ the day, was the beach party [ Refreshments be served lion I >e to The Citizen.
node Nationale to be held duringthe --- -_. -- - --- -
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National Legion Convention Give Dinner In \ :l..l'II. IA".4'ID.T ffll 'ffll
October, Miami.Preregistrations.

br the con- Honor Of .f,.. .
vention was discussed by Sous
Conducted. Side: C.isp Hostesses

i The Gas Water Heater
'. i, {
Apply To Wed NCCS Junior Hostesses, who .
graduated from the Convent lit
An application for
a marriage Mary Immaculate in the class of
license was filed Saturday in the
1948, were honored at a dinner
office of County Judge RaymondR
Lord bJames. T Keene 27. given by Mrs Eileen S CoughUn. s FOR IIf: Ti'\I. 4TER THERE IS .VI MOKEEFF1UET
on Sunday evening i
I and Alice J 27. 1114
Kemn rf ,i Guests were Rev J II Johnson .MEDll U T//.1., (.IS
I Margaret stieetPeople's S J., Chaplain O E Spor- : ,. ..

'.....................'' "C'I., lieutenant commander U
I S N and the Misses Betty Ar- : FOR HOT WATER
;; ForumTfce : major 6"*tty Lou Caring Su ueiDjmtiitt
i Conchiia Hern.ra'f j

........................ Birdie Lou Lowe Elsie Mora '
fit..rtrlcaaira e Aida Sonano and Netta Valde MAGIC GAS HAS GOT IT !
.!.... .f Ibe .>r.... ol its nradrr ------
.. briYe edible rc_-.r. therial
!. ftrlrlv .. i..... whirhraalrd.
.... ..>.... ....
I are .Ioie..roi'the ..iL.*r leis ntowulufair .r .r-be \\r \ttuiltl t" lit li-t a few of the Hh:utlare >ou ref \\illi

a... ...(j.e Ike holier Ivbe tI \\' healer
,. :1 ; alrr :
re.rd a.d .mite au sae side
I 1Yr aal ar
paper )
_r" r. .......! arcotwuaajr the 1. COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC-Set the painter at the exact
I.irtl,1a...., ..01 ...11 paruebed rarryaralyd S temperature you want. The gas flame keeps the water always hot. ..
Son Ovides
I I Water is as hot at the end cf the day as at the beginning. Turns itself L:
I SUNSHINE STORY !.I Mr and Mrs Louis Oxide. Jr. on. shuts itself off.
282 S.!idenber g'nuP annuunclro |
Editor The Cmz.n: the birth of a son at 1.30, 2. ADEQUATE SUPPLY-A whole tankful always on hand.

The endowed clipping was June 20 at Municipal H.;.;pil.'I. And gas is so fast, it replaces the water almost as fast as you use it.
taken from the San Diego Union ; !
The baby weighed e\t.n pounds.
Tuesday roomings edition. a> I I 3. LOW OPERATING COST-Again and again tests prove gas
Julie 14.Being. S.S. COMIII SUNK is the most satisfactory fuel for water heatiag. and generally t.:
a fornr r resident of
cheaper. too.
Key West, and while there read (toiitinued From i'aev One the'I j
tlit Piesidents comment on the day the Sea Scouts reported 4. ALWAYS CLEAN-Clear, sparkling-you can use it just as

Florida climate, it was with surprise vessel had sank and Sunday I! it comes from the tap for any purpose. Accurate temperature control ,
that we read hi piesantitmarks Martinez, Nathan Niles and Borden :-' \.:' keeps the water from getting too hot-most frequent causes for
about Florida Braun went out and I al ed '
'Editor's note: The clipping is '*. I I dirty

about the reputed remm k Pre- They used a pump, borrowed I 5. FAST-Many automatic gas water heaters are so fast you
sident Truman made about Florida from the cityMaltinez can draw water faster than you need it for most household uses-

sunshine which was denied said that a knife had I I and all of it will be really HOT water.
bv White House Press Secretary been used to cut the Bluffing box | .
Cache Ross. ). and the water quickly sank the 6. CONVENIENT-No fuss no labor no bother with gas. Just
oOo boat The Sea Stouts are going set the thermostat and forget it. You'll always have water at the :
MRS. HERM\N SCHUFTTE t.i u v to raiser from $300 1" 4400 temperature you want.
S.ii Diego, Cal, 4\ giving a sent, ol parties in I
Jf\u' 15 1043 0;dei to instill .i new cngmtC1IKLOTTC 7. SAFE-In the remote event the flame of the heater should
I Ss become extinguished. the complete gas supply is automaticallyshut
: SOLIUKIi S.\\ ES \\ OM tN off.


SI RECIPE of the Because gas is so fast. a '
I smaller t.nk-su8 will sup .

WEEKFKIKI ply all your needs and the
purchase price is lower too. i!:
8 tx its ,
I Young Chicken) C111CKKN

Flour \\ Innou install a hot ttatrrhralcr '

Salt in sour home or bllllllt'O, '

0 I Pepper 3 to 4 Tablespoons Fat \ou \prrl an atirt111:11N'111)l)1) al
It Cut thicken in piecesRull in S

Il flour andprmW>,.' with: sat and u reaMiiiahlc (oust anil if >ou get ""'
1- ptppcr Melt fat in past and "
;: t : when hot put in cbjcktn. one \tillionl the oilier .\on ha\c \.

Blown on all side ;. taming
l liexfoently If young. delicate made a poor imeslmeitt.Villi

1't ,.iuckc \.is used by the time it ,
T11'T_ ( for Ilol Water Ileatiim
3 : : j's is browned it will be Under. >a- >ou

I If not the ,heat may Ur low pt holli. MI use Gas -the ideal
s eH l' and cooking continued
until chicken t. tender fuel for (:.ooking, \\' Ih'.. HeatingItefri :\
s Time: 25.30 Minutes.

i v x"5I s .eralioii and lionHeating..

.ar w.repb..t" KEY WEST GAS CO.

VT. WILLIAM BOLINGER (left). 18 year-old soldier from
I TTharlotte. N. C.. on vacation in Chicago watches the resuscitationf ,119 FLEMING STREET PIIO-iE 61

a woman he hu just saved from the river.. Bridgetender John S
1 JrUman (right) applies artificial respiration. Young Bolinger

I jumped into the river and pulled the woman out. She was iden- 11".I..t!"'
; tified by a voter's card as Mrs. Anna Wendowski. 45. IIII'1'111"I..I'.I".IiI''I'

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Better That They Stay What's at the Doing CLASSIFIED ADS(

In Pineville Mayhe! ARMED SERVICES

Y.M.C.A. Information for the Advertisers

By EDWARD H. SIMS Jackson Square. Whiteheadand .. ... r.\l'wr.yl' .
The Citizen's Washington Correspondent Southard Streets T1PK I Pavm-nt r..r .-tassfi-d adsrtIN.moil. .
I" .." triabii in a.Uj-ce WASHINGTON D. C.-The big city boys will tell you Washington | unmoral>lauhumcuinlunfmmmllnalnuanulMonday under this head. r"JIu1ar adverts-rs with I..g..r: .
Will Ioe Inserted In The ,'Jtlz'n at t"<.unts m"\' have their adierUM.PI .
is just an over-grown town. The average American will i the rate fIr 2r a w nt for -... h In- ment. ...har..Lbul .
tell you it's the prettiest city in the world an awe-inspiring sight | 9:00 P. M.-Dance. John Pntch- .erti"H. the minimum barer r..r BIH .\TIODK.AULMK
the first 15 ...rd.. or less Is 3''cThe T.. insure T>uMi" ropy rno t
the first time. The scouts the girl scouts i ard and His Orchestra. J
when you see it for boy rate for fclaekfare tiff i.. 3.- aword IMm The Citizen office befwr U
or the school patrol groups who come here by the thousands j Tuesday I an-l the minimum charge for v'elm'k in the morning uf the dft/
will tell you Washington is the symbol of freedom and de-I 8:30 P M -Little Theatre Group.1, the first 1. words is ..:*c. of publication.I .
rehearses; Ping-pong; -
mocracy >r Board on the Patio. I
Washington, D. C. The big I I I I I AH advertising: Is accepted under the roiinwingondition.. .' in W
jimmmmunnniiinumuninuiHniirHnciiniiguni. Wednesday I| event of error in .h..rt..dn. transient or <.-..ntra. t. The Citizen wlii t*
wil Itell Washington
city boys you 1:00 p. M.-Fishing Party Naval I responsible only r'.r the first insertion in ( lawifie* \h.rtl.IE. ajidj
is just an over-grown town. N.C.CS. Hospital Patients. Joint Program I UioBilsir *.rll.l.a fur .sty ih.. a' tUai amount ..t space minuted by rti
The average American will tell YMCA. NCCS. I part uf the advrrusim* nt ..h.-re the error viurs.HELP '

it's the prettiest city in the 1021 Duval Street I . . . . . . .. . . . . . . i .
you 8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Par- - - - - - - - .

world an awe-inspiring sight DEFENSE FORCES | ty, featuring Square Dancing I WANTED-MALE | FOR RENT
when see it for the first time.
:you Virginia Reels.
The boy scouts the girl scout. or PROGRAM I I
10:15 P. M.-Werner Roast on the BE A SPECIALISTIN Compleie furnished house
the school patrol groups who I ..uiiiiiiiiimiiimnujniiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiK II Patio Grille. \po
AVIATION j ply rear 914 Packer Street .
come here bv the thousands will MONDAY i Thursday In a fast world the way to move Jun21-&

tell you Washington is the symbol I 1:00 PM 11:00 P.M.-Billiards. i i 9;00P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- fast isto learn one of the skills
of freedom and Democracy. i
Ping Pong, Writing Room, t ard and His Orchestra. and trades demanded by the ; FOR SALE
There are a great many versions I
: Show ers. i future You have a chance to :
Washington.. The city is 2;00 1".1\.1. Softball for Navy | 8:30 .1.1.-Bridge, Pinochle andMovies learn . move up fast . and ;
a study in itselfWashington Bungalow, small 'store outldsjand
Wives at Bavview Park. draw good pay while 'ou're doing j
is a beautif uchtv 6:30 P.M.-Boxing Class i Saturday: it! Here how. If you're lime grove on four nice:

perhaps the most beautiful in 700PM. Junior Hostesses!I! 8:00 P. M.-Movies. a high school graduate between lots.. size 50' x 120' each. in. sttf
the world. It is probably the news 10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on seI! section. This can be bought on
Meeting (3rd Monday ). j 1? and 34 years old. you can
capital of the world also. But it (3rd Monday) |II the patio. lect the !specialized AViation easy terms. Johnson & Job-

is more than that it is a cross 7:00 P.M.-Games. I Sunday training jour prefer, qualify BEFORE son. Phone 372. junl-tf
section of all that tS in these 9:45 A. -Ja\'a Club, discus (
8 00 P.M-Movies. j j you enlist. and be sure
Unlike New York. : I 500 sheets 81Z If white
United States. 8:30 P.1\.I.-D.mclOg. | sion Group. of that training It's availableto x newsprint -
Washington represents a reasonably TUESDAY 11:00 AM.-"Go to CHURCH I you under the U.S. Air Force 25c Artman Press, Cihtta
well proportioned sample Parties" Building, Phone 51.
::00 P.M._Navv Wives Swim- Aviation Career Plan. Get the t
of various people from the 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections } junl7-Kt
ming. Seaplane Base Pool |" full facts all details at :your !
various parts of the countrv 7:30 P.M.-U.S. Naval IK pital announced. nearest U.S. Army & U.S. Air'

You will find every group here Party, jointly with American I i 9:00 P. Fellowship Hour on Force Recruiting Office at 25 Wrapping paper of various sizes.
Patio. Sing-
the Community
that makes up the most power- Red Cross (2nd Tuesday). Beatrice Moreno at the N.E. 3rd Street. Miami Fla I i Artman Press Phone 51

ful country in the world. Thereare 7:00 P.M.-U.S. Naval IIU, J-2-jun21- tx': 't I jun 14-71

Easterners Southerners. Entertainers to Wards I P. M. Coffee Hour. '
_10:00_ White
outside white
Pita"I' - Over $2 : paint, ena-
Tuesday) Ambitious men
Westerners. all racial and G. S. O. meeting 'Girls' Ser- .
groups I WEDNESDAY 1 2nd hour Sell name plates for I;; mel 2.75 per gal 5' OUT
vice Organization), every
all religious grouos There are 1:00 P.AL 1I:00.P.M.- houses. Write National Engravers Fly-go 29c er qt Doherty &
and Monday.
;ections of the city where pl'Oplecon'er Ping Pong, Writing Room, :1 I I Game Room: Chinese Checkers 212 Summer. Boston .Mass.. I Co 846 Olivia cor. Packer
Phone 1597.
which junI4-tf
e in tongue
Showers. I i chess. cardo, ping-pong, pool, jun21ltxHELP
maybe you would not understand 12 30 P.M. Hospital Patients writing desks library current: I'I :
That is the Southeast. In the I Rocky Road Bar Reason for
Fishing Party joint program magazines, various table games?! WANTED
Northwest are the embassies the NCCS, YMCA and Red Cross I etc. I MALE OR FEMALE selling illness. Inquire White

mansions the country clubs It I 1:00 PM.-Navv' Wives Physical I, Showers tennis rackets golf Inn Bar. junl5-@tx

is here that the wealthy dwell. Fitness Class t clubs, fishing, lines, cameras;,Honest and reliable man or woman
ambassadors: cabinet Lot 48x50. corner of Duval andLouisa
t\-senators Wives Club.
2:00 P.M.-Na\'y checking service. film service, I to make house to hot"---e
officers generals: and the like. 6-30 P.M.-Bo\.lOg:: Class. mailing and wrapping packages contacts for our studio. Streets. Good locaitqp
And within two or three blocksof . Conversation EVIOS.1 for a home or business. Two
7:00 P M -Spanish receiving messages, phone booths, 509 Southard Street. ,
Capital Hill you can find the blocks from city bathing beach.
Group. stamps railway express service, jun21-tf]
slums. You can find it all in 9:00 P.M.-Dance. Three Sarps available to SERVICE PERSONNEL Price, 250000. Call :25

Wa.hington-it's just a matterof Ore hcstra. HELP WANTEDFEMALEDo jun5-6U

direction. THURSDAY Lesleigh DavisDirector..
Politics at its best or worst, 2:00 P.M.-Seaplane Base Pool.Na'Y Gerald Pinder-Program Director Living room and bedroom furniture -
you enjoy money
Also table and 4 chairs.
takes place on Capital Hill Deals WI'es.OO Then you will enjoy fully the
are made in the offices and : A.M. 5:00 pM.-Sewing Lillian Weaver-Secretary. make Apply 36-2 Poinciana.
money you can as a part-
cloakrooms here that make and Machine Typewriter, Writ- Doreen Cruz Information time Avon Representative junl7-4tx

break aspiring political figures. ing Room. Showers. Desk Aide. Pleasant friendly work for
I I New Majestic ire-recorder radio-
Presidents: are frequently made in FRIDAY good pay. For interview write

Washington, and ambitious of- 2:00 P.M.-Softhall for % Navy LANDSCAPINGWardlow's stating address to District Manager phonograph, table model. CaB

five seekers too frequently worm I I Wives at Bavview Pa k. I P.O. Box 1101. West Palm 1I39-W jun86tx

their way to the top. Government'cinplovecs 2:00 PJH-Prenatal Clay,. Dc- Landscaping Co. 4139 Beach. Florida jun14-It
by the thousands:., attend ] paitment of Health Instructor. I Avenue E. Phone 743-W. I Old model Easy Soindry Washer.

what is almost school hours. jun2-16t FOR RENT-APARTMENTS excellent running condition.

They work five days a week get 900 A.M. 5:00 ?.M.-Sewing I $65 552-B, W Poinciana. ,

off at five in the afternoon, and Machine, Typewriter, Writ-. I FOR RENT-COTTAGES Furnished apartment. 3 rooms 1! junlB-Six

live a stable, modest, protected ing Room. Showers. and bath. Maid and janitor I
life SATURDAY Completely furnished cottage for service, linens and utilities II! Furniture for sale Will rent <-

They get thirty or foity days 2.00 P.M.-Boxing Training rent. Near beach Couple furnished. Summer rates. Coral R tage_ to bujer. 311 WhitfhcaiSt

leave sick leave and are assured 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M-Dressing only. no pets. Phone 124 Hotel Apartments opposite junl8..t

letirement They constitute a Rooms Showers for Bathers. jun21-23-25-3t Post Office jun2-20tx ,
group in this country probably SUNDAY Electric Singer sewing machine,
else Foes Breakfast FOR SALE bR LEASE "( table model. AH attachments
unmatched anywhere i 10:00 A.M.-Commum..n I Furnished 212-room apartment.
of the great government employment Whitehat Club U.S Sub < Utilities furnished. $69.00 Station.

system say topheavy Base (2nd Sunday). I Liquor license and bar equipmentfor I I monthly. Couple only. Apply I

bureaucracy is one of the dangersto 1:00 P.M. Picnic Swimming lease or sale Call 263-J or i ii 915 Windsor Lane. junl-tf

the country's economv Pool. Wiener Roast (sign up i apply at 1125 Duval Street.I I I t Bendix Home Laundry, price 1.

Whether true or not, it is inter in advance). 1 jun136txMISCEA.LANEOUS Furnished studio apartment for 300. plus six notes on equipment .
__ _ 1012 Division Street.
: ting to watch the government Information services, housing adult No pets. All conven- 1

'mules" massing on street cars. city maps. .I lences. Near beach. -16.00. jun9-6tx

buses and in their cars in the Religious literature, library, Washers, irons, vacuums and 1214 Duval Street jun4-tf
mornings coming to work and telephones stamps, wrapping and fans repaired. O"Bnaul, Phone handy Hot portable washing machine -

leaving the same way at five mailing packages railway ex- 1164-M. junl-tf 3 apartments available at 411 and Little Magic wringer.
Used about dozen times. $t3.
They are suckers for punk press service, laundry pick-up- William Street. junl6'l lxi .
Phone 1052-XM. junl9 3U
plays. fur coats, and a tea at Mtsspolitically available to all defense forces 16 x 48' Govt Barracks. Delhercd -

rating Smith's. The big and their families. \ in sections Double floon insulated -i Furnished apartment; adults. no
same among the ladies here including MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN, roof. Pine sidewalk covered pets. Conveniences. $50.00 Double bed springs> and mattress

the Congressional wives Executive Secretary. with roofing paper windows -i 1206 Florida Street Phone I davbcd 3-burtier gas plate

is having function for the political MISS HILDA CASTILLO. and door F.O.B. cars or I 1003-W ,unl7-tf I Barbell set. Cheap. Appiv
I 10-1 Potnciana jun2121xBaby
upper bracket. The society Secretary trucks Camp Shelby $399. Delivered .
life is dull full of ambitious I to lot you unload $560 I Apartment. Apply 526 Simon- chair. 1209
climbers and fs insincere One ? Erected $710. National Sales I ton. jun2I-Itx high
Who Knows Division Street
Hal Mr Bottlewatt is a some- Inc.. H-4878 P.O. Box 1331 j I
body, the next out of office You I Palestine' Tampa. Fla.. manufacturers of Two bedroom furnished apartment j jun21-2tx

never can tell how long the political Who is U N. negotiator in New Pre-Fabs. All sizes. | 1212 Olivia Street. Ap-
Philco radio for Ford, $25.00. Dial
ply 1210 South Street.
jobbers will be on top.Thelr's jun14-7!
2. The skin of what animal is I control for 37 model. New
high- jun21-2lx
is a pressure
used in most shoes' acnal 3601 Hams Ave
game: Floor sanding done by experts J ,
3. Name the inventor of the 1 jun2l-3tx
The best thng about Washing: Free estimates given. Phone
on is the simple. honest God- motion-picture l'amera.I 163. or .call at 701 Caroline St. Vacuum
4. Where is Nepal'; cleaner McAllister bag
Wanted. Cut Hair Will
1 to I
who come to juniSttCaroline pay
fearing youngsters: What pinto less tank type All attachments -
5. is a
5 dollars I
their nations capital and the I per ounce depending
sec I 6. When did"President 0-1 I Like new. Phone.1123W :
statues of its great men. They go 1 for national i>he>p. 223 Ann Street, length colotand condition jun21-3lx
first campaign a of hair. Send I
home thinking how wondeiful it will remain open through June length sam- I
dah in f fice t with increasing tock of new, ple. Lock Box 103, Key West.
would be to ''>int \c
7. When was the Johnstown Fla- Complete paint spraying outfit,
Washington. thint't .iftuir inexpensive cottons for jun21-6tx
1)0 '
I \I'a.> flood' consisting of twin cylinder com-
tmnuuld lay I ers and draperies I
perhaps Buit
8. About how students pl' hp motor. quart
in Pmcillt Out thin pohtu in I thisweal' 5 daily. except SliPCO\-1 GARDEN SUPPLIES 2
aduated from colleges container 3-gallon container
Pmev'ill 'P >.tatlIU..I ",- bad. I Saturday afternoons.
American radio warbler fl'l"trd-I sets of air and paint hout

9. What is the main Character- ings. Teach your bird new gun Apply floss Spencer 102

istu ot a Manx cat' I FOR SALE-USED CARS tongs Key West Garden and i Virginia Street
donD O thai! 10 What is a mesa* I Lawn Supply Co. 914 Fleming jun2l-3l v

1 1941 Pontiac 8-Torpedoe sedan. 4- Key West's goldfish headquarters. - ----

The Answers door. Excellent condition Can : jan21-3tx STORAGERed

: be seen at 161-A Pomciana Furniture
2 Calf APARTMENTS or -tf

3 Thomas A. Edison 1946 Nash Ambasador 4-door sc-I|

4. On the southern slopes of I dan. Radio heater overdrive, ] Furnished cottage and apal tn1l.'nt. -

tht, liimalva between India and I new tirrj $155000 9-2 1"10-1 j Apply 1123 Margaret Street
th Chinese dependency of Tibet i ciana Place. junl8-3tx i Phone 846-J. .iun21-Gl SELL

1 i \ pe>nof more than one REFRIGERATION iI Cottage rear of 1219 Pearl Street DowntownKey
i Village -
.Y" ,old: usually black and white. I I I Reasonable rent. junl8-\x MacArthur
Wet: Stock Island Any-
6 In 1934-for U S. Senator Holbrook Refrigeration Service! the Island
i ole Mtssoui..i. suocessfullvMax domestic and commercial Work! Small cottage for couple, furnish where on

7 :n. 1889. causing betwiMi I guaranteed: free estimate: on i ed. Apply 802 Simonton Street. WANTED

2.100: and 2.300 fatalities repair. Call 724 W. jun6-6tx j! Phone 444 jun9-3tx LOTS LOTS LOTS

8 pproximatelv 00000. i


10 \ high plateau.CARD i I BUSINESS NOW

1y I Family of three adults permanent OVERSEAS HOTEL
THANKS I residents desne cottage or 917 Fleming Street II FOR SALE

i \\i Wish m this manner to thank I small house. Phone i9VR.: Weekly Rates New 2.Room Frame Cottage. $2150
..11 thifei' who were *> kind to us jun9-3U: I'I'I I $8.00 to $10.00 without Bath
J dui ing the hour of our bereavement ,I $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath I I HIED J. DIONREALTOR

in the loss of our loved one. I TRANSPORTATION I Ii junl-U:.
Jesus Sanchez Also do we wish I
DON'T III thank those who donated the i \V anted- Ft'male' passenger to i ii i I Clean. comfortable loom r..aI -,
After you use of then cars and the lovely New Yoik ASSOCIATE
i Share ( unable 513 Whitehead, opposite -
say goodnight, don't stand at tributes I Leaving 'XpeGR5.j I St. Phone 166
the door for a hall hour. jun21-t THE FAMILY I Thursday Court House L Office 524
I monton -.
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Motor. Court 's 718 .........-.c_-,_--_.,...e.......................a _.-.-.-.-.-.-.- & .-....... ............................................. 1 .

.: Ownership 909 Siiuontou-Management St. :: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS If It Is EIctricai \TI*j licJ.A lRI 111WE *! : : POOR OLD CRAIG i

of BENNY 1
FERNANDEZ. : ; Plenty] of Action Toys for the Children ; We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS :
; Serving . : SEE OUR Service Station 's
BREAKFAST. : Electrical I 93 Years' Experience Electrical Work
8 to 11
SHOWING of AppliancesHOME :: ; J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 1134 :

DINNER.LUNCHEON.5 to 11:30 8:30! to 2 : .........................-.a................ J.LCaL1211 Duval Street Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : Francis and Division Streets :

4 : The Best of Steaks : ......................a.......................e.. S :ELECTRIC; I TELEPHONE' 41 :812 701 DUVAL STREET : : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories : .:

: Short Orders-Sandwiches : SUNDRY STORE ...5..5.....5.555555.5555..555555555555.55555. 'S, SIMONTON STREET :. .......'Your.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOUNE.........Dealer"............: ;
At All Hours .1......................' S...............e....4 I ; Dry Cleaning I ............................................. t ti

I .. : TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS : "Your Potroaaga ..Invited"Ice : : PRITCHARD :55 RUSSELL'SDRY : 24-HOUR and Pressing SERVICE i RADIATOR SERVICE

: Open Daily and Sunday, : Free Pick-Up and
S Cream Medicine FUNERAL
Proprietary : ; NOW AVAILABLE:
S 8 A.M. to Midnight ; E Delivery Service :
:..e.................... ; Sick floor Supplies School Supplies GOODS : : SUITS for MEN : enmlllecmill: r 9wirnj?and Flushing : J
e : Toilet Preparations and ArticlesMUMRDandROSS : 11CG OLIVIA STREET :: : :
.a....a...........J.............................. : lfitlfb :rVt:! -
...................... .. PHONE 373Socializing : Made-l- leasttre : a A RE2 EODY SHOP :
a ... ..... ..... PHONE 282
a S Let Those SerreWhn : :

: 220 DUVAL STREET WE HAVE KEVER ; in : ...... ............... :...................a.......................5 ,
< CO. : : Exclttsice Monroe County Distributors ; : BETRAYED A TRUST- : ; : UE.\lrrY -, I'
Jori' ; : WE NEVER: WILL : : Women's and ; : ,.11''''' CAROLYN SHOP!'': ''I
e : 720 DUVAL STREET : Carrier ; )
Air-Conditioning : Overseas Hotel 913 Fleming St.
: Juvenile Furniture : Ambulance ,I
Seni'c. Children'sTtdcphollC
: l fCTJ
5 : HOUSEHOLDITiRMTURE : :: J33 for Domestic- PHONES and Commercial Use : 518 ; : : Funeral l ServiceS : :! v DONALD We Specialize BARBER la' :: ,

: Plastic Inlaid; : f..w....................... .......e......IUD......; : Never Sleeps : = Apparel Established 1885 : Scalp( Treatment {Hair Dyeing I'

r ; Axminster Broadfelt Congoleum ; ...................f......a...e................. ....................... .............4..........Ie .. phone 173 *LL TpVr... I... lvrrFwrKTI'STELL'S ;,.
: ElectricRanges ......... .5................................ : Licensed Funeral i.......5eeeee...........".*>.K.................

RADIOS andAppliances IIOTPOINT : Directors and : .................................. . ........
J. A. DYERS S Embaliucrs24Hour ) I
': Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances ; BEAUTY NOOK: g << ; :
4 Wa.-hiii! < !Ma hincs for : : Scientific Beauty Culture '\
: "Terms Arranged" : ; Delicry Licensed i
C : in All Branches ; ::

5 : OPEN MON.TILL and 9:00 SAT.P.M. : HOME APPLIANCE60S PAINTING! ContractorFREE i : Ambulance : : Thoroughly Operators Experienced i -.' f .: 1 .

SS 5555 ;
......e......................................... : ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : Soft Water U:!!d Exc1U"h.lJ : r

............ .........a.....aa... ...aa......................P Telephone 127. 114 Duval Street Jefferson Hotel : .: Phone 135 Night 695 : Phone C37 536 Fleming Si .I .:
;t ......... ............................................ .....................w. .......................... ........../.........
............... ..... .............. ..............................................:
aPRICE' TOURS KeyVest Garden & Lawn Supply 1 irnlow .Kant i'tsii it, BETTER ; ;........................ Former C'ustomt-rs. Friends and the I'uH' L IutdFrances I

Passenger :a : 914 Full FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 FLOOR SANDING : i Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. i ii Beauty Salon s.O

Representative : ; PET SUPPLY Line : On Old or New floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : Fran. < rn:;. t'Arr

; foxFLORIDA : Full. GARDEN SUPPLY Line (ruaranteed Work Modern Methods :. i : 1010 CR1NNELL STREET :
Culture in till its ''[caSei Q
EAST j Courteous: Serricc and Delivery : ; J. DOUGLAS TREVOR : : CONCH SHELLS : : Permanents Scalp Treatments : A."

t COAST RAILWAY ........................................!........ lU2' IIarn% AM-IIIIC Phone 1371-R .: :If All_SUM ; : Facials Shampoo Manicuring : p pi

............................ .... ............. ..............11.............................. For Appoinlmcnt Phone 1391 !. I f
: How Located Zl.xt : .8. e ....................a........................ : COCOAMJTSSPONGES' ....................................555555555.. i ; ........................................ .. II
: 20'x ; : I;
DR. COBO'SOFFICE I on dwemr; ?. hire< Insurance Landscaping, Marl and Top Soil : : 9 IMIOM": 1:511: I 1..1
: : : mere ant i f. : I Marion SHOO Duv..l StlEel: : i
bJghouse:: by INSURING with : TOP SOIL :c;.'o PEn YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : at
FLEMING STREET : hold and per. :' MARL HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDS : : Will Ship to Any Part : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SAICH I "I of La Concha Haul; somal effects. Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co.Save : Also Lots C':: ;red .nd Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : : of US. or Canada Southernmost House in the U.SJV. : 1 a
:: 1ST'; on AU Policies Non-Assessable ; : 9 Fcot . : un
PHONE 124 : : Mercantile : 6WW it'1 1021 Olivia St. 1 : Marcy S. Palacio .lTmg ,,,. M 1 icLFA: VMedianieal : sa.
R t IN- in-
| ...................... J.L.CrusoeAgt. Phone 674 rlaf .Spot
;i Stock 'WJ n 401 South Street } .... h
0 ; \1 L PHONE 801 : ; : \4I M.i MIHIKMJ. ) ) t ........... ...............................-; :. KEY WEST. FLORIDA ; \\\ e ; RE H 71 ate SKItt! ICE .

..................... ...... .. .. ...... ... .. .. ... .a ....................... ............e..Complete....(...........................
: JEFFEISSON} : COFFEE SHOP ti..................... .............................................
: i: CYCLE SHOP : .__. For More Nat ..:
Ride the Bus the B.&B. I
: to :
: : 118 DUVAL STREET : REAL ESTATE .' ?_ ;1 ural Hair Tinting
: or
1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday, : '
822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Sale : l..:" t in Permanent
Scooters : 5 J'.M.: to 1 A.M. : Waves . e
I Cusiiman Motor\ : BCRVINa TV* 4J Appraisal ; ) I
z tit
: Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; : COMPLETE Dinners : Lease i Beauty
BICYCLE Also A La Ccrfa and Sandwiches : Rental S .

Seals %T Rental Service e.........f....REASONABLE............PRICES.............-......: : Management ; .t: t, Colony!
t. TAKE : : 0 Buddy .................e.............a.............. : Improved and Vacantprop.rti.s ,. ' 521 Southard ; tat.
: la JC.r Wast ; .. i-" Street :\
NO.BUS I O ParkingO flags; !NSURARCEnUE : and Monroe County ; J '. ........ y Neatto Southernmost ;

:' COLFLINKS to the f fl :. "Windshield : J. OTTO f:'}' -, /...., << School Beauty
S : Foolrcttts t l ; \\ J\U; AUTO BONDS : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR .>, ("' All Licensed S _'"
: ., aa3tt ice :: : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : : : ..;.1" f s'' BeauticiansSpecializing ,
411 inMost
Fleming Str..ttl9 :
4 : Have Fun! : :. Also DAYTON BICYCLES and ;. Key West Insurance Co. 1 : Str*.t ; . Q "" Modern
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL, .. : 318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1S7I : : Phons 12i and 731-R : 1fll .J. Phase of ; ..

" 4 ..................... .... ........................................... .ioftly! in Front of PostofficeBEAUTIFY Beauty Culture
...a.......................................... .....555...........55555 555 55555............ r...............i it .:......Telephone.......... 2O6 for Appointment.............: "
/..........................................a.. SEHABLAESPANOL'Good
.. BICYCLES REPAIRED ..e.................SS 55S555 55555..................................
..: cf ,
: Experience in Watchmak : ;
L ing qualifies us to assure ; Our Customers Must BSatisfied . : Your Entire House with Daily, between : AJ4. and 3:30 r. .... : .
: you accuracy and depend. : 4 S : P.M. Appointments are accepted ,-,." : ..
ability in repairs. : INLAID LINOLEUMor 512; SOt) 111 \Hn from public by Senior Students of {" ., 'jr : -
Whether it is the inexpensive ; 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : : ; STREET TheSouthernmost .l
: seven jewel or rr
the most costly seventeen : ; OVERSEAS CYCLE..STORE. ASPHALT TILE : Opposite Bus StationPioiic'iYo. (

; JeweL infinite care is always .... . ................ ... School \,. ; Q
guaranteed ;
: If your watch is not ; TELEPHONE 143-1 FOR : I of Beauty Culture V
"DRUM i."and"; ESTIMATE ,
giving you complete sat- BAR /J
isfaction, why not bring [ West 523 Southard Street ( ;
; it in? Our charges are ex- : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT Key -THE : There are a number available with ovir 300 hours ;
tremely reasonable. : of state approved instruction who know the latest e
: 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE: 1112 PorterAllenCompany in
DAN VAROLLWATCH phases beauty culture. These student beauticians
: -"We Deliver"O ; } Co. under exp rt supervision of a bcntd teacher of ii
and JEWELRY : Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town IroolCovering : beauty culture, do good work at very low prices Although .
: 's
REPAIRING : : appointments are not required it is advisable. :
e 9 Packaged Goods : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORITA : For Appointment Stop at .
: Work Done On Premises : :...................... .... :............................................. ...................... : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE *J7 : .......
S : 515 Fleming. Street : :::::::::.11.:::::::::......................... 1 ............................................. III
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Y ::::::::-::::::::::: ...................... ..................................a...........1 .............................................

,.. :: When You Go :: FANS s500 10 s4900 : H 7iy I'uy More When You Can: liny for Less : JOHN CURRY j
: and I'ay: As Vow fear or Use? Y

: Food Shopping : iCtSIl or TEIOIS -= : ; Regular 12.35 Values S10.9S
.. : Be Sure to Get . :. : 'II\.S \N'1'S Regular $10.95 Values $7.9
'. .. The Fastest ... : PLUMBINGImdfillll'mu ;
.. : ladies' T.OAT: SUITS .. .. HALFPRICEUidiet.
to cJk. un A' R4P1QlO RepairSKIll f : ." DRESSES: Greatly Reduced ; : tniif Uf'J";
Just Arrived-WHITE DRESSES ;
H.E< : iu Soulli; i i'!'m..I.1, e d
: .Couch Covers Linens .Curtains .Plastic:Table Cloths _
1'Y See B autiul n'w 1'r-J.,"'- endt : : and Aprons Silverwar .Radios .Electric Irons : ,
: : I run1'1: i .. \lT:' o\ nUl'; EST: :
S Th. Foundation of Today'sMeal : jjf Table R..dl.Pr.n: 9'h t ; "Convenient Terms Arranged"HAMILTON ..
: t till I s and He;.f if'.1Phones

f. Planning ; 4 I Ai's Music Co. : MERCANTILE CO. .

: FARALDO FHOS1Et4 ; w!Hay. : TELEPHONE[ 1512 731( and 229-W : ;:, :
: ry.WMt AfMt ; Th.Ht"t 522 Southard Sireet : :. 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St. ; 31L': M\ir.Air.T{: ; MT.F.F.T: :: : .>> >;

RECORDS PHONE: : 1x81 ... : .............................................. :..............................-........a...: V.J %
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IAP Wlwphocn !
PRESIDENT TRUMAN STANDS on the rear pla'.icrm: cf his special train (right) and wares to the'
crowd which turned out to hear him speak briefly at Bal mare. It's the last scheduled stop on ;
his cross-country tour. A little later the train pulled into Washington

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Mel Thursday i !.ftlr'i I

The Monroe County Executive ;
Committee of the Florida Divisioo I
of the American Cancer so- 43 su I IA IM It
citty, incorporated met with IIL L
Stale Field Director Walter .
Wright at the County Health department ..... .;-. f .' ,
on Thursday. June 17, !:. Ct }
at 5 p. m. "
Committee members present t I 1' :
were Dr. James B. Parramore, ift" .
chairman: ; Dr. Herman K. Moore.
Louis Carbonell Earl Hamilton, ] :
Albert Carey and Mrs. Eileen S. .. 1
Coughlin. it( i
Matters discussed included a {f/1 I
membershio drive the annual .-f., II ,
campaign for fnuds. and the A i q >
C. ,S. assistance for transportation
,and board required by indigent 1t
cancer patients who are in fit
need of treatment. i: kr y" ;i
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-!The FORECASTKey Weather f I'f I .

West and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy with occasional showers +
this afternoon, tonight and Tues ,
: day. Continued warm. Moderate
southeasterly winds. r

i late southeast)Florida evening;portion Early showers thru morning Tuesday.over and .1 : This One Thins, for CERTAIN:

UP hire"bolo E
Partly; cloudy; with scattered af- i I
ternoon and evening thunder 'j! ANN HOEHLER (lefts cf Jefferson City, Mo_ and Lois Martin II
0 showers today, tonight and cf Philadelphia! are rooting fcr the Republican presidential candidacy I
:. Tuesday..jtUe changein) tem- I of Senator Robert A. TaU cf Ohio. They are displaying "
perature. i signs, buttons and: political neckties at Taft's Republican national
East; Gulf. and Jacksonville convention headquarters in the Benjamin Franklin hotelat .
through the:Florida Straits: Gentle Philadelphia. i ; -

tto moderate winds south-I ___h__._ }
a west to west over north portions -- .J.
and-southeast to east over south- ROVS WRIST IMPALED ON SPIKE
enr portions thru Tuesday. Partly -
-"cloudy weather with widely ,
scattered showers and thunder- r
i storms. '

1 rags Ho a are small being ReportKey craft displayed.or storm warn- j"| I I BOTH MAKE LOCAL NEWS ! i

.. West Fla., June 21, 1948 M
(Observation taken at City Office ;s Mi
; 8:30: AJJL, EST) '
gy. .
ro.srda ; r
Temperature i
*- 4A t .. X.h I
; Highest yesterday .. 89
Lowest last night 78

Normal Mean. __ m ._ m________ R 82? Z ) 'a ni + For local news is not confined alone tot those columns] of the paper which
.- PrecipitationTotal < ". .rw I
last:: 24 hours . .02 ins. f Y RtM

Total Deficiency l this month this month 2.49.80 ins.ins. 1 deal with court() fines, and firse, Vveddings c and() sports events. In the advertisements ) -

Total this year 17.59 ins. ,
Excess this year 4.74 u:-. i

Relative at 8:30 Humidity XM. of local merchants) the price of eggs. .or butt cr. .Of Iamb: CO.] .is of

..* 76% I
..< (Sea Level) 8:30 AJ4. housewife.And
and interest the
30.06 ins.-1018.0 mbs. timely importance to shopping .
*" TAlmanacSunrise. Pa

: ..m_. __h 5:39 a.m pit
: Sunset. .... 7:19 p.m 1 i
r Moonrise .. 8:42: p.m. 1i i
Moonset 6:22: a.m

1. Full Summer commenceJune Moon Solstice: (Summer 21st.June 21 |,, i ( to other I eaCI'S( -\\' )ere and what to buy, a sale of I11CIl'S sport shoesor

:, Monday h_ . 7:11 a.m. I ,

f\I -TIDES I!, HIS u AP \\"trepbot. I 51-gaugc nylons, tangible merchandise and services( a 'al :a ) e..a this is
T Tomorrow IMPALED ON A SPIKE in a piece of lumber on I
.-. (Naval Base) ;!i which he fell at play, and Sam Mazzio. Jr.. 9, is grimacing with I!I A
.Eastern Standard Time) 'i pain at County hospital in Chicago. Nurse Barbara Hughes i local
f' High Low | comforts him. Doctors sawed off most cf the!: six-foot long two- news.So .
9:50 a-m. 3:05 a.m. |: by-four to permit examinatin. The spike had been driven I
11:30 p.m. 5:00: p.m. i' about three and a half inches from the wrist toward the thumb.
It was removed and four stitches were necessary to close the I iI .
Reference Station: Key West --

f( Bahia StatioaTiel.Honda Time of][high Height water of 'I{ IRE YOU DISCOURAGED -I . . .when you read your CITIZEN today for news of Key West, also

(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft. II Because suffer distress
No Name i you from'I
Key {
(east end) _+2h 20m I read its advertising columns. Read t them carefullyand: .t then buy )locally.
Boca Chica "i01i' FEMALE
,i (Sandy Point-Oh 40m ,I'r ) OMPUINISTaken
J'r I Caldes Channel .. -
(north end) _-f 2h 10m +1.4 ft i ioOo i makes you NERVOUS r
I HIGH-STRUNG on sach days?
, NOTE Are you troubled by distress or female r
I (--)-Minus sign: Corrections j functional mommy disturbances 1
which make you surfer from
to be subtractedPlus pain reel so cranky reap (,
(+)- sign: Corrections to'be I' lesa; weak-at such times? Then oo E. .q The West Citizen
try LjrdJa Pinkham's Vege 4. +' + i. Key
t added. table Compound relieve such
(h-Hour,. I' symptoms! ,
la a recent medical test tt.;proved ems"
(m)-Minute remarkably helpful to .omen M
(ft.-!eat I troubled this way. Why don't you Taken regularly-Plnih nVs Compound -
get smart and try tt ]rouse!)? helps build up mlstanc.
Pinkham's Compound Is what against such distress. It's also agreat
Modern rope makers use- fibers Doctors call: a uterine sedative. It stomachic
from 15 to 20 different countries j has, a grand soothing effect on one !\UTi::.... ._ _tonic_ ..!.4.. L1'DI' L
.. J' of tcomaif most important organ I'L''U UI"S e4 u... ,.
to produce'their various ty'pes' of j
cordage. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND I

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IJ' "Too Late To Classify". Republicans Began National I "'IIIIIIP t' PI.P'r.AY.YI"I'I.lII 'I.4'.I.JY".I..4TI.lI'.I'.lI' ) !

<, Bf RUSSSU.: *ATIt : Convention Here This 1 Morning i j .

t 1 1a

M .-' during the next few months, *oil. !
"" It is still
f" ' necessary to drill, 3
:. you should see a bomber-type if you want the answer to the, I :
; airplane flying low and trailing 04 dollar question.
.. what looks like ha a
a sizeable bomb -
Taking area by area the 'research ;
c.n-a cable, don't
frantically call
plane is flown back and i <
'. the FBI' or permit yourself to become forth trailing the magnetometer! ; .
, I q
' otherwise alarmed I, which provides the data in the I} t .
Believe it or not. such a plane form of charts for the intelligent
is now surveying Florida :reanhI' I
mapping of structures existing! ; : .
ing'for likely location to drill 'beneath the surface. I
for oil. It is operated by the Research -'I I studied C j .
a numoer of thee] -
and Development Divisionof a .
area and, while '
the Gulf Refining Corporationand maps must admit i '
is exploring the unseen that I they didn't tell me very]) .5
much I could :
see that with the :
lies below the surface it
of q
our i sM ..
A .
proper training they would be '
state. J perfectly clear to the i far 1
geologist \
For the better part of two days for these t 2 j '
experts would read I tI _
I have been in a huddle with SCien1.ists. ,' them I ) .
us much as I might a tr
engineers and geologistsat ,I i il
of First
copy Cuffy's Reader Tome
a Gulf Research Laboratory' they looked like between l
cross I rLa
recently established at the Bra- ,
a picture of a fingerprintand j -
denton-Sarasota Airport. I a blueprint of a spider-web I 1 x ,.
These learned
, gentlemen have. with more numbers on it than a i
patiently and diligently tried to Cuban ticket
I lottery
invade my feeble intellect with -
authentic facts,and information By the old exploration meth- 1

concerning the what where, how ods only A very limited area .
and why of their mysterious could be surveyed and mappedIn REPUBLICANS opened their national convention in Philadel- t '

operations. Unfortunately, we do day and the principal advantage phia's Convention Hall this morning, an inside view of which ; S t 1
of ,
not speak the same language. air-exploration is the is shown above. This is how the hall was pecked in 1943 when .
Now, don't get me wrong. I, Speed with. which it can be accomplished Wendell I.. Willie was chosen GOP standard-bearer, Scenes I 1s
\ Now vast areas.
like professors, engineers, scientists -. e\ert mountains or; impenetrable like this will be frequent the next several weeks: as the other major -
;; geologists and even lawyers party and Henry Wallace's third will the Hall for '
as People,.but when they J jungles, Cu1. be accurately explored party use I i !
go their
conventions. II
in a matter of days and Democrats will follow in two weens.
professional and start spouting. I
in terms of their profession, its, ,With comparative ease where it .
formerly-. '-look .
; years.The. !
just doesn't register with'me It '
was; only when they stopped 4 amazing device or gadget 3
talking Shorans and that records the findings is

mere and said, "Help yourself magneto-toa known: .as a magnometer. AI- { o I Igc I II
coca-cola" that I fully under-j; thoughdeveloped 'several years !
stood what they were talking) ago-its use-in exploration for oil .. < I
about. I and metals:was held back when I ;
the war called for the use of I I
While I realize what a bitter '
disappointment this column 'is'going such scientific knowledge in the ;
.battle of the Atlantic.
to be to the Laboratory'staff i 1
I The Gulf people turned their '
in view of the, pains they.
took to explain everything with knowledge in tht;-field over to '

technical exactness, I still feel the..Navy and. their magnometer .
\wap.usedltci: defeat the submarine .
that, words, I tellsenough i
< in my own can
of the story to enable* aDd played an important part < I I
IDT destruction of "American writer
(the arage layman to grasp' th.e capture or printer patriot
what it is all about. many?undersea boats. ,

It started when a forward.looking -]i Just 'as,it is. .now being employed I I "

young man in the employ t Gulf proposed in '1940 that his, it was* then Ued to locate submarines 'w"iwk v gas 1' diplomat physicist. . I
superiors give consideration to and the Germans never

the possibility of prospecting for Knew .ho.w. our flyers were able =
oiLJay air. j 1 I to locate, tfieir pig boats when
After much research and experiment 1 they we e submerged and lyingon 1 1I ;pe

the Gulf people final- the bu tojn, but we did and I I 1
developed: a gadget' which: successfully '.blasted them to the f

when flown over the earth BC-,surface f
curately records the intensity oft!i During tie{ next few months THE: ABOVE is an outside view of the halL where the Repubii- I '

the earth's magnetic field at,any* Gulf will map .a. good portion of cans: are new: meeting. They were greeted by a new copper I AlASTER'! in fields its proud heritage. From I ;
given point. It does not actually i thus state and when they have roof, a new substance to improve the Hall's acoustics and a ', many part,
1 tiM, oil, but it provides geologIcal -,, finished.-v>e.'will have knowledge multitude cf ways devised to entertain the visitors. The Hell is
I information that enables. the'geophysicist 1 of the various formations that flanked by the Museum Annex and the Commercial Museum i Benjamin Franklin! served his his small Philadelphia printI I .:a:
to determine exist beneath our soil. Personally which will handle the overflow.
; whether: or not the basement I was: amazed to learn that '
Structure; and the overlying S di-I \we have' basement structure of -; -- = early 1 apprenticeship as a ing! shop to the giant modern I :
-I ; .
mehlary rock or other formations j granite! : I had the crazy i ida that TODAY IN HISTORY WILLOV" SMILE? ?
ore of a type and character that. Florida was sand clear down to
(Know America At 16 he became the plants of today skilled craftsmen -
indicate a strong possibility of elsewhere ) )! No Alternative I printer. ;< I

.-.- -..-. ---, --. _. --- - 1773-George Washington accepts
.................. WILL lOU S.UIl.El'CompariSons command of the Continental; Mother (who has guest at din- i editor and publisher of his have continually striven gown
refuses and
army .3 salary setout ;, ner)-Bcttv, don't talk with your
THE VETERANS for Cambridge Mass. mouth ;ull. I '

1788-New Hampshire the 9th' Bcttv-But. mummy. what am newspaper. for improvement and perfect t
CORNERSwaaaaaaaaaa..lsaa State to accept the new Constitution I to do' When I talk with my

Critical Spectator: "I can't understand putting the Constitution mouth empty you always '-3y, 1 To Franklin American tion in the technical of II!
.. anyone missing a putt a*: into 'ffed.. : "Betty, go on wih your d!nner." i publishing art t

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSON short'as that.'{ 1834-25 -t'ar01d.Cyrus Mccar .
they signed as victors in Won d
SUMMER SCHOOL Golfer: "Let me remind you, Cormick patents his first reaper War I. J and printing owes in priutnng0 1

yeterans in training often inquire sir..tha t the hole is only four and 1853-The Ktszta Affair: Mar- 1941-Nazi Germany- declares I,,l ; :
quarter'inches and there Koszta, '
a across tin Hungarian refugee war on Soviet Russia. I
about VA regulations regarding is the. whole;world.. outside it:' who had filed intentions for l942-Jap shells from .;ubma- i
\ sumer schools. These and American citizenship! >, taken prisoner ring falls on Fort Steven. Ore I ;
other questions conernmg VA seif-employed' within the meaning and held in Austrian ship, : gon. <
of Public Law 346 (G-t Bill). A U. S.
benefits are answered by the Ve- in Smyrna. warship 1943-Race rioting in Detroit
terans Administration and publisf.1ed Q: My husband, is receiving a there threatened to attack Aus31, diff i '
Spanish War pension of $90 trian ship if not surrendered' 1944 American invasion forces I
by The Kev West .Citizen moothly. We were married two Austrians Mil renc'et him. pound-Cherbourg in Normandv194i : + + + < i <
as & service to our veterans. and would like to .
I years: ago 1&77-10* M"n! Magunx: -Fnd of fighting for Okm-I
Q; If I attend summer ressions know.if I will receive '' k: 1.-
.' a pension hanged endins reign of terror awa announced by Adr i-t.1 l Nim .
at the college where I am enrolled at his.death. in mirin? region 'itz'i I 1.I

under the education benefitsof I At No. Under existing law, you 1922-Bloodv fighting in strikebound 1847-28'" hour fruitless felt-I, (I '.;
the GI bill do I need a supplemental would .not be eligible because .
I Herri'i! 111 bustt i' in l' S Senate t<> delay i
certificate of eligibility your marriage took place afterDecember I
!' I 1940-Fitnch h gin peace ne?ovote. on 'very ding T uman's! \:to I itia .
31, 1937.; ions with Gt. rnv in san1f the T.iM HJI Ie\ Labor bill.
A: No. The only time you needa I (Veterans :wisbihg further in- j

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Atomic Bombers Defeat INDIANS TRIM ATHLETICS;l KEN CLOUTS 'EM II I- I Roberts Leads Bailers I I

Adams Dairy, 21 To 3 NEW YORK YANKS WIN 2 I AP ON News HIS !WAY eature TO* THE BEST I In Class A Call League j

SEASON cf the ten he has

SUBKOiN 1 WINS "'tO ISCOIU'IONS Red Sox Start Climbing;" I, I spent in the majors is clouting: ''''U.HEAI.I( O OF

Brave Capture Built VFW Vs. SubRonI 1 ; Ken Xeltner. veteran Cleveland iI'11.1. FUI S.1lIl.f?
17.1 LUCAS <
; third baseman. The 31yearcld BOlrs) .i'Oli'I' IIUI'( _

: ALLOWS ONLY City Recreation Fuels Of Uonbleht"ac1erl I I I, 4 In First Came I II I i clubbing: star opened home runs the season at a pace by is IN si-coM; )) I'LxcK, It's A Fair Question

HITS } Yesterday i iI{ that would have given him S6
Program I I i s't for the season. He's! slowed I IN STANIMNCS: 'j junlolDaddy- I arc you sure
Inn A.. elate* Pre..t i<| Al Park TonightGames : I
The Atomic Bombers exploded 1! down sine but still! leads the Ilattma;: averages for the Class A that the world is round?"
with 18 hits and walloped NEW YORK, June 21-Before American League sluggers in "
I Softball:; Ltagu.up to and inDaddy: "Yw I'm pr/jitive.
Adams SOE'I'BALLBayview all-time record big league |
Diary 21-3. in the first an scheduled for tonightin circuit blasts. boasting! fourteenin '
game; of a doubleheadcr at the Park Night crowd of 82.781persons, the the softball leagues:: at Bay- mid-June. Now Keltner is eluding games of rnda). JuneVeU" then. how can people Co I.
Army Barracks I Cleveland Indians yesterday view Park I Dcto the far corners of the earth?"
yesterday after are the VFW against aiming for his previous homer !13. reveal that the leader u ;
noon. In the SubRor/4 T TONIGHT twice defeated the Philadelphia Subron 4 in the Class
nightcap, A. and the hi3h of 26. posted his first year; Watt RobcTis of Bob'i, Sport Shop. }
crushed the scorpions 17-1. behind First Game-VFW vs. Sub- Athletics 4100. Bob Feller Kantor's Men's Shop against the 6i in the majors-1338. In these .ilthoaph Baker is ahead in points. I with a mark of six wins and just
the four hit pitching of Joe Ron 4. won his game, the first since May VXI Flyers in Class B. one loss.Pitchers'. I
Lucas. 19. photos. Keltner demonstratesthe Baker went to bat only nine timcv j
\i In
I Second Game-Kantor's. Mens opening game the Vet- records: : follow:
New York Yankees beat theSt batting stance! anJ follow !t'o 42 chants taken by Roberts
After scoring four times in the Shop vs. VX-1. erans have to win to stay in the j .
W. L.
I Louis Browns that made him the PltdIft-- Pet.
intwo has
first inning on three walks, an TUESDAY games race. They are now five games The averages were compiled by
yesterday, 4.2 and 6-2. The of the junior circuit Arias, vnv 0 1.1100 I
error and two hits the Bombers First Game-Adams Dairy vs. behind and need every game scourge Pi-tiro Aguilar, official scotvkcvpir !
sewed up the game in the second Bob's Sport Shop. Washington Senators and the from now on i hurlers. Hancock BSS 7 0 1.000
frame when they tallied 11 times Second Game-Elks Club vs. Chicago White Sox split Chicago In the nightcap the Flyers will KEN KELTNERI of the loaguc.Statistics rotJberts, DSS 6 I ..857Ilarri 'I

on 8 hits one error, and three Naval, Hospital winning the first 8-5 and the go into second place if they win. fallow: VFW 5 2 .714

walks. Fourteen men batted in THURSDAY- Senators the second, 4-1. while but if Kantor's beat the VXI Playci AB H II AvxUakir S. Grtffen AD 5 7 .477 .I

I. this inning. Luis Casado tripled 'First Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs. the Boston Red Sox defeated the boys the shoppers will stay in VKW 955 .553 F. Tyn: VFW 2 3 ..400O'Neil .,

and doubled in the same inning SubRon 4. Detroit Tigers. 83. second place. They would be R-.hert.:. BSS 42 18 22 .511 SRI 2 4 3.1.1
In .the National League. Phil i..: VIII ucal.I BSS 472221 Vakkz VFW 0 I .000
and Dee Roberts homered with Second Game-VX-1 vs. Naval only one and a half games from .44S
I the bases loaded. Hospital. adelphia Phillies beat the Pitts- the top. C* Aimiry, BSS IS 3 7 .437 Waiter. AD 0 I .000

Peter Valdez's single followed 'F FRIDAY burgh Pirates in the first 9-0 Hcnson. of one-hit pitching I iIi;,sinIs>ham AD 21 6 !9 .428 POr1.t'r. SR4 0 I .000

by Bunsy Villareal's homer gave First Game VFW vs. Adams and Pirates won the second 75. fame, will be pitted against C'aii-ro. AD 75342S Turner. AD 0 I 000BrcmmcrSR4
the Dairy. The Cardinals won from New Sweeting in the first game o'Nt d. SR4 24 10 10 ..416t 0 7 000
Dairymen two runs in thesecond elf" 'i
Yk Giants 7).2, and then lost ;. AD .
Second .Game-Elks Club which will get under at 730 Lewis. 522 .400J.
other in inning third on They Fallens added triple an- Kantor's Men's Shop. vs. the second game,6-f. The. Boston p. m. . way ; r.Ini.: BSS 37 12 14 .378 ........................

and Valez's second hit. JUNE 28- Braves captured both ends of Mugut-.s. SIM 16 5 C .475

First Game-VX-1 vs. Kantor'sMens a doubleheader with the Cincin- tit"i p.ri.rlez. BSS 28 8 10 .357 -BjCYCLES-
The Bombers scored four more nati Reds.:5-4.and Driftwood I
in the fourth on four hits and Shop. 4-1. while the Wins. 'l"mmt'r. SRI 17 4 6 .352
three- Second Game-Adams Dairyvs. Chicago Cubs took one from the I I. Hancock. BSS 26 11 9 ..38WalktT. and RentedAlso
walks. They added two Repaired
SubRon 4. Brooklyn Dodgers:.64.. r aSS 23 !9 8 .347
From \
more in the fifth on three hits 1 Marathon
and an error. JUNE 29- The. scores: \. .. .-. .y i' ; 'I' Downen. SRI 38 9 13 .342 in Stock-NEW
First Game-Naval Hospital vs. AMERICAN I j'I F.-lon.! VFW 42 9 14 .333
Casado led the Bombers at the LEAGUE IHCYCLES: TRICYCLES
Elks Club. : Tint I Valdez PitchesThe Hopk.ns. VF\V 27 10 9 ..3.3.3i
plate with a double triple and Cam
in Second Game-Bob's Sport !i i M.llgl. lt. AD 30; C 10 .333 WAGONS SCOOTERS
single four official trips to the. R. It.# aI
plate. Gabe Lastres, who pitched Shop vs. VFW. Cleveland '_ ._ . ._ 4 7'Q E. Driftwood softball club .1.'FV 21 3 7 .333 ami SKATES
three hitless JULY 1- ? won over the Marathon Star at Baiit:<<'y. Si.I 6 1 2 .333
innings, also con- Philadelphia __ _. e I
tributed to the win with a double First Game-Kantor's Mcna Fellef and Tiptdn- : ; 371 Saturday at Marathon. The local 1 ;) 'I Siin'.ana., BSS 30 15 9 .333; Overseas Cycle Store
and two, singles. Shop vs. Naval Hospital. Harris ; Vole- boys had a great day in the field 4\\ 1\1..on. Sill 34 8 II .323
; lit the nightcap Subron 4 ham- Second Game-Bob's Sport . and Rbsar.. I'. and won easily. L3 r ptr I Matthews.: SRI 31 7 10 .322:: 920 Division Su Phone 1380
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Valdez of the locals Darbcr. BSS 22 S 7 .314
mered out 15 hits on three Scor. Shop vs. Adams Dairy. L __ __ __
pion hurlers to win their fourth JULY 2First .> '- .Second' -Gun pitched three hit ball and fine 'Castro. BSS 23 15 9 -710'Casaf.
: .
consecutive games in the newly Game-Elks Club vs. -' 't Jt'Il.ifl: support helped his cause. ESS :39 17 12305

organized league. VX-1.. tik 1 ve :-s : ,t-'.lv- ..I 15 01 t Williamson, Britten and Stev- I jr. VI; I.-z. VFW 33 11 10 .:W3i BOONE PISTOL

I A walk, a double steal and Second Game-SubRon 4's.. Philadel'. 'hia -> :.. fl. ,.z _' 0"4 0 en.; were' the only Marathon a 1 i I F. M.:.Shews.: SRI 13 24 ..303i

four hits gave the Navy boys VFW. JJ101 :and KcBaa'MarcliildoriFirst ; players to hit safely. i J. I.AD 33 6 10302

t four runs in the first inning. 'JULY 3- atjdf:ranks.. ".t.; j l-, ti. '. VaT
I They added two more in the First Game-SubRon. 4 v&: Bub's '" t< 1\ \_ i (, *, lies fSnfied "seven local boys Swn'--cr. SRI 34 11 10 ..294j !

J third on twotwalks and two hits. ; Sport Shop. r. ;Gabae. . Alayon hit two safely. D. Fer- 'j VfVe rans of Foreign The New ors
Four walks two errors. and five Second Game-Kantor's Mens nIlE. .nandez; had a perfect day at bat At Bat Follow Through I '..I,anESSllob' -. Target
New I
hits gave them 8 runs in the Shop vs. Naval Hospital Yotk' .I.: .. .. '4' 0 and hit five for five scoring + !i Sport Shop. Au Pistcl

fourth. An error and Fonte's JULY St. Louis. ?.. .. 2,91 tjbVtJ runs "and driving home six L AO -Af ams Dairyj .

I homer netted two in the fifth, First Game-Adams Dairy vs. Rifely i and Befra:' Sanford' safely t j SRI-.SubRon 4. priced
'. 7 Widmar,,and .Mospj'Partec.: C. I 8393ul
and they tallied:l their final run VFW. yaldez hit two good for -
. . .
in the sixth on double-; by Smith Second Game-VV-1 vs. Elks homers.: Griffin hit two safely ilanee"ek. Bob's: Sport Sh p.

and Huffman. Club. ; Second'. Gam. and Valdez hit four. '.I:5>, the ("l.i..-s A pitrhers"h ;< TROPICAL TRADER

1 Huffman and Bennett each JULY 8- RII.E. In the field. Fernandez. Alay p -fl"l"I !1000 percentagC-vet'n 718 Duval Si. Phone 1000

f collected two singles and a First Game-VFW vs. Bob's New York >t..- -.v. -.P 6 10'I on, Vjitdc; Brqst and Griffin -. "Ktoruarrl no losaos. Rnb.rt-,

t double to lead the. SubRon at Sport Shop. St. Louis :.-? -r >-' 262 played a great! came for the stars a r. a teammate who i. leading ihe --_ -

the plate. 1 i I Second Game-Kantor's Mens Embrce and Lol\ar, Berra, ; Williamson. Williams. Crom and hitters is cloM? behind HincockALLMARK : r ""
I Box scores: 1 Shop vs. VX-1. Biscan .and Mog;:.- Gradey were the best.:: +eet

July 9First- '. Score by innings: R H. E I t FOR KITCHENS
Csjme-SubRon 4 vs. .- tint Game Marathon 000 000 00 3 i
Adams Dairy I I I I Adams Dairy. R. IL E. Driftwood 211 140 3-11 16 2 f CARDSSixteen BATHROOMS

\ PwyerAB n II PO A Second Game-Elks Club v Chicago . .810 J Williams and Stuvcyant: Val ,_ t. a CHILDREN'S ROOMS

t Cucipcr, 2b - 0 0 0 2 0 Naval Hospital. Washington .! 5 11 3 dez and Fernandez. I Different !
a Calero, 2b 2 0 O. I 0 (NOTE-All manaoers take notice Wight and Robinsoh: Scarbor- '. Home runs: C. Valdez 2: two-

Means 3b-ss 2 0 I 3 4 : All games will be played ough..Wynn and Evans.Slcoad . base hits: Valdez. Brost: three II.\LL I till DOLLS

I Fallon 6S-lf-3b 3 r I 2 I as scheduled and no ehanqe base hits Fernandez 2: umpires: 2V F: fli

P. Valdez, rf 2 I 2 0 0 will be made in the schedule.) Gam* Casado and Castro. A Natural for CollectorsThe :

Lewis, 3b-p I 0001)t ) .' R. H, E. SIR

t Villareal c-p-If: 2 I I 0 0 JUNIOR SOFTBALL Washington . ._- 481 HOBBY SHOP

Sterling: Ib 3 0 0 4 0 Bayview Park. Afternoon Chicago _.. _.. ; 190 How, SttndI. !
Griffin cf-p-c-rf 3 0 0 I I' .Hudson And They
\ and Morning Early; Gcttcl 1 ) 1 Keltner at the Plate 11C5 DIVISION ST.
M. Ingraham, d 2 0 I 0 1Wend. Daily play. Grove and Wcigel, j I. 4
r p-cr 1 0 0 I 0j. : 0, - - -- IJfm1.) 10 H:3n P.M.:
Sands, 3b-c I 0 0 I .., R. II. norida-1aternal .
O. E. H
- - TEl'NISBarYie. Boston ; .. -i 8 12 2 Baseball League I Fleiias t Leading( i

Totab22 3 615 'I Park Afternoon Detroit . . ,. 3 4 0 Club \ :
Bombers I and Night Parncll and Tebbetts; New.houstr :- W. II'd Bailer In Class: R Explained -\J .
j. Pla"t"r- AD R II 0Casado A Daily play. ,.Benton and Swift. Havana 4:;; 2.1 .6"7'' >t rI
Tampa 46 27 ..630St : ; "
Ib 4437 0 1
what d" il: '
Sonny;! : "pop. l
Acevedo 55 2 4 2 2 3 SKATING National L agut. Lakeland. Peterthurg! 40 35 .533: ; League Al ..428Jt mean by stablt- government'" 1e

Rohcrts l" 3 4 2 7lernandez I Bayview Park. Night Tint fsme 3g: 37 .a07 Pop: "I'd :say it's one that"un:
3b 4 2 I 0 0 FRIDAY R. H. E. Miami Reach 35 39 .4n with horse sense son."
Alonzo d 5 2 2 I 0 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. Philadelphia 915 0 West Palm Beach 32 42: .4t: Fit it.i>, of Kinun's' Mvir:

l.actres rf.p 4 :3 3 0 1 Pittsburgh .. 043 Miami Ia .olD Shop top the hitu-: .; in lh?* Class Wails and woodwork
Fort Lauderdale 255 49 .338 :| B Softball U'lJlll'.nh cm avcr- h--'II I.TOKUV wilts a peter n.U'
t DIMZ P-rf 3 0 I 0 3 Leonard and Lakeman: Riddle. painted with Vita-
RASERALLMunicipal i\ age of .428. He is followed by .875.: He has .'on'seven g.. :
Valdez, 2b 3 I 2 I 0 Sewell, Queen and Fitzgerald. i Interior Finishes are
O. Ingraham 4 I 2 0 0 Stadium. Afternoon I I| Island City Baseball League : Rll'kor Nival 4tep.ta..40.i., ( and lost only one. 00.:; -'iy washed: with soap
SUNDAY Two hold wrf--t icentage <
I The average!: ; were compiled by pitchers
Second Came and
- - water.; Plenty of modern -
To be announced. Club"V.. L. Pet. I! Pedro marks of 1.000 but bout
Apuilar. official
Tutals32 21 18 18 8 R. II. E. SubRon Four 4 0 1.000! scorc- : color: i to choose from.
Score R. H. E. Army Barracks. Afternoon I I! keeper of the league. iidVivsin .nv: one MintPitchers' One does
by innings: SUNDAYTo Pittsburgh 7 11 0 Bombers. 3 2 .600 follow coat: ; the trick-
Adams Dairy 0 21 000- 363 Philadelphia _. _ 510 5 Adams Dairy 2 3 .200 Statistics follow: records : lei\es no brushmarks.
be W. L P
Pitcher "
Bombers 4110 42x-21 18 0 announced. Gregg. Hifiby Singleton and Scorpions 0 1" ..000'Major ) Pi;.yen- Alt n II Ave Elks Club 1 0 1 HI Dries quickly.S475 .
Errors: Calera. M. Ingraham 2; Fitzfgcrald; Donnelly. Dubicl, Parks KMS 12 2 6<< .500 Curry,
runs batted in: P. Valdez Villa- A soft custard, cooked on top ol Hursscr. Rowe and Padgett. i Fl;iht.. KKS 35' 14 15 .4.,,g I'arks. Kantor's 1 0 I.lIali>:. '
real 2, Casado 2, Acevedo. Rob- the range !snakes a delightful I Baseball Leagues :I 1 ()?ck'n. KMS 12 2 5 .416 lIt'D.'on."XI Flycts 7 1 .t.' .t J
sauce for of the berries Y l,.-. Ek! "uH 7 :t 7'-"
any that f' >;
rets 5. Hernandez 2. Lashes 3, Fint Cerise AMERICAN .Hicks Nil 37 13 15 .405)
Dins 2 G. Valdez.2 two-base hits are in season-ra-spebcrrics.; blackberries I|I EC :S3 E. Sweet mg. KuntorV 3 4 A'fln .' '
: : R. It. E Club- AnRi.n-.a. II 13 .3W JJIGIt
blueberries. W. L. Pet. I ,,. '* AIII1Malt'II.II.OSPlt..1 > \
Casado Last G. Valdez three- Hornt-r. VX f; ; - Kai"-.i" ll!
res. : St. Louis 791 Cleveland 3418 .65-11, -1 2 5 !10 .334Byron. ; $1.45
4 I'' .XOX: \
base hit: Fallon. Casado; home New York 273 New York VX-! ;8 I 3 ..376lhriinston. .
32 23 .1R2
Read the Classified
runs: Villareal Roberts: stolen Ads in The Dickson and Rice; Kennedy. Philadelphia 33 25 .569 ; Nil 37 8 12 351K - --- &qkrLok GAL L::.::: QT.

bases: Casado Acevedo 2, Rob I I Jones. Hanson, Koslo and Liv Boston 27 26 509 Ih'. KMS 38 13 13 .34: I
erts. Alonzo; struck out: by Diaz McCann, rr 4 3 2 I 0Gillespie ingston. Detroit 23 23 .500 I., Henriquez. EC 33 10 15 ..340Rodriguez. 1TJJVORitINSERV!
3, by Lastres 4, by Villareal 2; rf I 0 0 I I Washington 2J 32 : EC 35 S 12 .333 f PIERCE BROS.
.... bases on balk: off Wood 2. off Huffman cf-ss 4 2 3 4 0 Second Game St. Louis 21 32 .396i: 1\f'ador. KMS: %4'.3n: CE5 FOR WINDOW NOOKS!
Griffin 2. off Villareal 4. off Las- 4 2 I 7 1Maynard. R. H. E. !I Pazo. EC 40 12 13 ..323i
Chicago 17 33 .3-10! Venetian blinds accentuate the
tres 1; hits: off Wood din 4 innings ss 2 0 I I 1Holldbronk New York 8 12 1 i I Cussoti*. VX-1 30".300 KEY WEST. e Corner cf FLEMING and
NATIONAL i iCI oi window
off Griffin 4 in 1 inning, cf 10 0 I 0 I St. Louis . 4 10 1 j l KMS Kantor's lilestsShop. OIIKIX. .....roo. rind Inr' ..r.tttrrmi beauty your treatment ELIZABETH STREETS
off Diaz 6 in 3 innings off Villa Fonte, 2b 4 2 I I 2:I Poat. Jones. Koslo. Jensen. and b- VI. L. Pct.I r .al_- in lto.. ......!>. . eliminate undesirable
.. .... i ..dilfu
: real 13 in 3 1/3 innings off Lewis Bennett If 3 2 3 2 0 West lIe Boston; 3-1 22 .607 i}I Nil ;:.i\.1 Hcspitul. rrttr -r 171" r 'tnun-iilMra views..tasure privacy. **
I Livingston:: rum: irn. I .. .. ............ l1 ight..and regulate; venUhtioa.KEY 1MIOM271: : : 1 ;
1 in 2/3 inning. off Lastres 0 in 3 Lueca, p 3 I I 0 0 I Dickson, Burkhart and Gargiola. Pittsburgh 32 23 .582 1: EC-Elks Chit-\ 1 n" itl't'if.: % 7.. Kl.t \\-T: :
innings; hit by pitcher: by Las- I I _ _ St Louis 30 25 .5-13' VX-1-VX-1F l l\i-i: Srirntifir

.trc-s (Means): losing pitcher: Totals 33 17 15 21 5 I I First Came New York 29 26 .52 7 : WEST_ ('

Woods: winning pitcher: Diaz; Score by innings: R. II. E. R. II. E. Philadelphia 27 30 .47 4 11'n"II."X 1 Fhi-i! U-.uK, thc PEST CONTROLSUBTKRRANEAN
S Paso and Santana Scorpions 100 000 0 144 i C. I? S ,f' VENETIAN BUND COMPAN
umpires: : scor- Boston:: 500 Brooklyn 23 29II:2! mnuii >'ii"nn It.!
er: Castaneda: time of game: 1.50. SubRon 4 402 821 x-17 15 1 Cincinnati 4 13 1 Cincinnati 24 3-1 .41 l Rr.n"r-.j 123 DUVAL STREET -

___ |I I Errors: Garcia. D. Fernandez I Barret. Hoguc and Salkcld; Chicago 23 33 ..lli III 1 CALL 1042 for Estimates

SECOND CAME I i i Rodriguez Henriquez Huffman: Wehmcicr. Raffensberger. Peterson TERMITE CONTROL

Scorpions luns batted in: Garcia. Smith 2. Cress and Iamanno.Second I Soliltall Lcaucs BROADWAYCIGAR o ti

McClure. Huffman 3. Stenecr.I Gila'ar.c, f"-:
Player AB R 11 P OA .
Maynard. Fonte 4. Bennett; two- Game Class "A- DRYWOODTERMITE
I Paso.2b; 3 I I 2 I base hits: Smith. McCann. Huff It. 11. E.Boston Club- \\'. I. Pct STORE CONTROL *

C .Valdez. cf-p 30023 man. Bennett: three-base hit:: t. .'" 482j Buts Spurt Shop 13 I .929 I I11'cts Tuner:; HOTELS IN MIAMI I \

E. Acevedo. If 20000 P&5O: home run: Fonte: stolen j I Cincinnati .., . I 5 << of Foreign Wars 8 6 .3i 5 bIn In\al SlrerlCOMPLETE t..arrii"w.H.rk..O """.'..Ir,, I..h t.w..s... 1 at POPULAR PRICES
E. Fernandez. If I 0 0 0 0Gaaria.
bases: Maynard. '1 Adams Dairy 5 9 ..357SubRon
Bennett 2. Lucca Bickford and Mast: Vaniler- Located In the Heart
ss-p-cf 3 0 I 0 I CALL or WRITE TODAY of the CVy
: left on bases: SubRon Four i meer. Cress and Lamanno. 4 2 12 .HJ I RATES
Henrioucz. c- 2 0 0 4 3 6. Scorpions 3; double plays: C. Class "B"Club. REASONABLE I>OO'ISRITE or WyJtF
C;. Valdez. 1 0 0 2 0 \ l
c Valdez Paso. 1 1 ,
to D. Fernandez to R. II. E. WLPcI BASEBALLSCORES'1
I). Fernandez Ib-ss 20021 I with BATH
Henriquez to Rodriguez,: : struck Chicago; 6 13 0 Elks Club 9 4 .fin and TELEPHONE

r Sol.nnon.3b 30120Segal out: by Rodriguez 2, bv C. Valdez Brooklyn 311 4 Kantor's Mens Shop. 1 6 .520 Since IVttl
rf 3 0 0 I 0 I Ford
3; bases on balls: off Rodriguez Meter, Kush and Scheffing: : "X-I Flyers 6 i .462 I Pcrshiiig iill'r
Rodriguez ss-lb 2 0 1 3 e i
p 3. off Garcia 4. off C. Valdez 1 I
: Roe Ramsdcll. Barney and Hodges. Naval Hospital -I 9 .3 OB I II
- - hits: off Rodriguez 8 in 3 innin s. Orkin Exterminating: Co.. Inc. IIoli-l )Hotel)

V Totals 2S 1 418 9 off Garcia 3 in 2/3 inning off C. Cake may: bo freshened bv cutting POPULAR BRANDS of or i-i t>nii> I I 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.&. 1st Ave Hoi."I

SubRon Four I J Valdez 4 in 2 1/3 innings: losing One clue to egg quality i; the in squares and reheating in Cigars and Cold 449 W. FLAGLER ST. I &0 Rooms 100 Rooms 229 NE. 1st AreEerat'or

Player AB R II PO A pitcher: Rodriguez: \vinnine! 1 size of the air cell. This may he a double boiler. Stnc.with a MIAMI. FLA. I ; Elevator: : 80 RP .
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