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 22, 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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, Saturday will be one of the ( i I MI.\EKS'; PRESIDIUM; ));; 'a't- a

I most important days in the life <"|rrlf l ..T.... lIi i.... : '{JJ + I .'
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of the Kiwanis Club of Key West, OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.. V ; O.N; .PEiVSIorS:; : (PAY

At 7:30 pm. during a banquet June 22.-Tht> Civil( Aeronautics. (It, \...rimtr* ".....>

at La Concha; Hotel the new Administration has openings for. WASHINGTON. ,June 22-To-

Key West service club will receive qualified ..ingle men as aircraft at 'iiwa:. John L. Lewis's: : day belie t t r +

its charter in Kiwanis' In- aNnmunicators' Alaska at ; : a r Federal Judge; Golds-
ternational. i hUl ou h. who had decided three '
starting salaries uC $3.306 a year j! limes heretofore against: the a SAP
G. Harold Martin, of Font Successful. applicants will be of the United Coal Minersof

Lauderdale governor of Flo- assigned to the 45 airways communications J America

rida Kiwanis District will present station, operated: by]1 f i Lewis was in court to :set

the chanter to James M. the C.A.A. Ions; Alaskan airways -J Y '! i Judge: Coldsborough's ruling; on
"' cllff
+ the miners
pension plan a
Calloway. Key West waiter, whois The men selected will be inline conference" held last week. Lcis t

president of the local group.Lt for eventual promotion to 1j :: t M drd Senator Stilc.s Bridm-N v>

Gov. "Sid" Holland Holly- higher-grade jobs: paying; up to ': : / ten to :give eligible manors crti A

wood will preside at the charter $5,656: a year Additional earn j .1 1 Jf'n.-.r.m! of $110 a month. but.

night meeting and R Fulkersonalso ings are possible in all grades. w l 'ri Kxra Van Horn who represented
through authorized overtime beyond companies, opposed the pro-
Hollywood will deliver the 40-hour week and thru prx-diL It was Van Horn who

the principal address Fulkersonis a 10 per cent night: differential tb. __ ink the matteto omit. ''neither
editorial writer for Kiwanis (Any interested applicants two claimed Ih if tnu

magazine, official publication of should contact the local employment tt ii ..,only
the international organization. service for any additional .- T.-.ft-IIartlcy law.

information. ._ I Judie Gotdsboroush: rula roar' i
Final plans for the elaborate (Tests for the above positionscan '
I' e decision not only c< mpJirtui'h
dinner and ceremonies will he be taken at the local CAA the law but also wa;. I mucrccmcnt

discussed: at tonight's regular office). Ii L with .he 1947 contract

dinner meeting of the Key West made by the union and the coal
il' \\'p., .r.. WI. .
club. The meeting will be heldat Gels A operators. pIo I:?

Duffy's Tavern at 6:0: pm.a , City I DELEGATES TO THE 24TH REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION in Philadelphia stand for the singing of the National :: Van Horn did not say whether bun Eu::op '

usual.It j Anthem at the opening Monday. This view looks from the rear vf the great h.U towatj the speaker's platform in the distance.. I or not he will appeal l to the
was revealed today that Mrs. |! Weekly'Balh'I Only few vacant seats can be seen. United States Supreme Court. SMILING GERMAN u-cs

Eleanor; Dowski, who made such I I The union and the operators a 59-mark not to light his

a hit with iiei French accent I! because of the pension snarl. Friday Frankfurt.. Germa.rSetting .
China. AP.. /
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: songs during a production last | were in a deadlock over the
This where the VS. Westerni up a new currency in
winter of another contract
I by the Key West Players I II drawing: up
\ at the Barn Theatre will take i iI I Pacific fleet! anchors. gets a we'k-I Lewis had asserted that he their zones the tare western

I part in entertainment for the. ly bath of DDT and as a result would not proceed with the proposed powers advised Germans it

many local and visiting Kiwani- I j i{i says Marine Col Lmson Seribncr contract until the pension '
'.It i is thy cleanest city in north MAY\ ; BEGIN WEDNESDAY NlGHTREPUBLICANS would help if they burned up
had been
;s t_ :aDS and .1hritia lies- i matter scttled. ,..
Miss Faye fiervaldi, talented I i I China. Alt-Tor flies and mosquitoes : With the settlement 'having; *I0f of'thb hftincY known as

songstress will sing and Camdr. :| ,with it can be American compared favorably UHliers. Of Opinion CIii -iii Of SlamlanMIcarrr Jiol been attained, representatives of the Retchsmark instead of turn-
Hugh Eicoin will present his interpretation ;i any city. the operators and Lewis and his
I ing in for exchange. Value
of an English cricket 1 j I''! The spraying, by a specially KENOTEIS G lIE,,;\ Cot; Umlrruav Uulil lltiirMlay :Morning; committee will meet to consider
game Miss Beatrice Moreno will equipped Naval transport plane the new wage scale, as the present of the new money will not beestablished

play for both Mrs Dowski and was considered necessary becauseof ; t tierce till.echc'- (Irani T xlnPHILADELPHIA. > contract expires Juno 30 for a week.

Miss Bervaldi as well as: for the war the and long the devastating influx of effects destitute of I 3 ri < I .:,) .. ... '.._1....... Prr.... W --- '
group singing.:
Between 100 and 150 visitors refugee to T-ingtab. Yi ; aa June 22.Volina .- ; Naval Vessels Kisses Lose
Since early" April this navy ; n Four Sentenced
for the charter to nominate '
arc expected I ; a Republicanfor
night to VIC 1 t, blue craft roars over the city i Left Kev WestThe '
; program according president will not begin till j jtomorrow
z! tor A. Lang, viet president of the every Monday morning; only ; j In The Cattle
Key West ciuu and attendance about 100 feet above the ground. night, or plObabl not i; In Criminal (Court:

chairman for the special event. ::: residents long; since have become i.n'il the Thursday mornina's: LST-II53, which broughta

Plans are being made to escort, accustomed to its long wake of :I :-c.-iion. it was announced early j i I Four persons pk'a"l; -uiltv tip cargo of miscellaneous freight For GermainBERLIN.
white cloud. This is a special j to Key West Naval Base horn,
visiting Kiwanians and their : : a) r the afternoon charges placed against* in
ladies on a sightseeing tour of of DDT powder and : ; o fgaf Speaker ,Joe Martin U scriedui !| Criminal Court and Norfolk. Va. last week. left kite (AP,. II..? i
tudas were for Panama
Diesel oil. The oil helps the DDT 1 i >tcrday Canal
the city on Sunday. Visitors: will i i' i ied l to be named permanent have made the kiv.iif.; .,, .1' "I'
the fined by Judge Thomas S Cam Zone.
the surface
spread on ,
be provided maps designating I (..;Il", mat at the session ton.ihtn"irnn j in Gcrrmany. accoid'nn i
water and other places where insects A ( Ray Fisher win was chaievdI A mine sweeper-dcitioyer that
points of interest through courtesy German "The nt; ..
; ; shortly after the press. w -i
had been here for
of the Chamber of Com- breed. I with' temporary the aJtI ',- in port scv- ,
using kiss
< '>ivcntion: called: to under .I ," the insignificant;: f.r.'
c% days underttoiju training
I ; ::
merce. 'I 11-I morning, the day has been !j: m.4>ie belonging to anuthrr. wa.j .> .,!>,> left yesterday for the West arc out of place. ttn n< ..
According to President Callo-i I Manager Back fit-voted. 1st speech-making Sev- ]j fined $:ao and costs ..r jicntenoxl Coast "N <<"ht Exprrs-." fount

way'\ Gov Martin and Lt Gov t I|j: 'n --.rjft-rhe:; are dto be delivi ,- i to serve 60 days in County jail times usually' limit ....n."'.
Holland will arrive l back in Florida I 1 I < i -d before the session adjourn cxprcstNMis to an aliwlm
California here, Al : f Y : : Joseph DcMar\' charcvfl with Radio For Poland
from they I City Ilallj: lf!ter noon In the speeches ( () ( ( mullThe ncwsp- i
attended the recent InternatIOnal delinquency sentenced t 90
was < .
'f.! i i- tar. made, rap after rap was I found kissing m puMn-i. '
convention only one day before i i D. '<.>?. n .t the Dcm-i-ratic party. i days m jail The WARSAW.APLThe ..\'- "iif>wn more --cMiim".
City Manager Ralph Spalding -
the chatter night affair ', who with Mrs Spalding had .inn. the speakers entertained no defcnrd if DeM-ir leaves the nnmrnt-cfnlroiirri Radio IV1>- "Si incc the htMscuif: :n: i .
have ; .
However both dignitaries l been in Washington for memorial Je cc niinu; doubt whatever that thecour.tay county kn plans to beak) its iwisl powerful freed from the: serl-j.-.i-, -i .
sent word of their anticipated services for their son RalphD. i needs a change, in the Maurice Chabot. charged with broadcasting station in home and participate, In d.' '
pleasure at being: present when a 3 Whit. Mouse. ,I Warsaw The station' mast happenings, the attitinli .
club Spalding: Jr., returned to his 3 r1t ( vagrancy, wa scatcnced! to 13 new *
the Southernmost Kiwanis: ( tlcok at City Hall today 1'.1:04.: was given' in large vol- days in jail front the flat" uf hi.arre .- is to be alomst l.fJOO fort high. M''''(,'. toward! one>th'
in the International receives itscharter ), lie spent upward of houi IIIP", to the "!'U't.-:;B:" .rf the Re- 'I t He has rived his time Equipment for the. staiNwi; and f"-i''.me more open and tin i icd
said. i ( an :
Calloway j! conferring with Victor Lang the a ;.nl.iicin t it grma. which ad- 'I cone notbci at C"irm-/.n. nn the Pull.h. and 1 even Hing pc..i>f'
: ;
of the local club
All ;' about the, Saturday night and Pit- I Margaret ,i-il (V.lth lx>rtltl.. I.- t,> <-"!.I- fl."lll n.. longer furl 1 It U. n:-t'
ire. urqid to :attend tonight'smeeting. city of; The managci repaying" said: I*. '"ic-ril Truinan way taken t.> task I I with vacr.....-y. was onfc ied) t-> ('.orhi,_lnvakiH .me! th<- United tn. ,kc 'the-: e.nkl l a. wait
announced thatthus"
It was there would be for !r><- .m..ks he made during leave the ci'-mty. SI.h'::" I... "
members who have not receiycd some announcej j ____ - -
| u
%k ue.itcrn tour against -
meot regarding the
; general :
buttons .
may < plan of street repaying; and rc- II5 tag ,fp; I. .. E'\:' \TUUS WEIn{ \rni5:: "FIUIISTI.IJ):
obtain them tonight
'\. tn the Imllotin. l.-Mrliisv.vie ,
I J I II 1 ;CJ:'('t."d <>n only .ins- thincn -

Union Endorses I I .. \\ II. I'''''''..1COY. aspirant will receive a tai l ;:<-
j I (Claim: ..
ush number to !
i Easy DWIGHT GREEN of Illinois keynoter; of the Republican cn" of votes >
m-iniiMted the .lust balM
| national convention in Philadelphia waves from the speaker'si !
Community Band The'sdul I JrKh..t.o: : nnIecite 'I..I
() i stand during warm- the convention halL
*, ; Lung Operation) I exercise in : :.13 ,votes. and Dcw.\ "

!! Taft is alnrtst sure to fall [f."
The Board of Directors of the l\10SCOW.--AI'. Dawn ..f1: : h-H" oil that total on the I It, -1 t tluie

Key yesterday West Musicians'to permit UnIOn.any voted of- I the East" repoits of that because insti-hf I': COIN REMOVED I ( ) [FROM i i iI I LIlat.Stivn_ forces clauntd tncl.n 1 e t \ I Irr Is
a new principle
their members to play with the surgery
West Community i hand, according -; tuted l hy Professor A. N Baku< j jIcv. ]I strengthened thru ]p.--

Key to Earl Dill'jn. directorof of Moscow removal, of one!, THROAT.) OF)J INFANTAirplane I ivtalaimini that several unit.
the band and of the high lung from human being* is n<<.:]: N of delegates that have been
: longer complex nor a rarity. j I I claimed<< by Tan or Dewey v. ili
school,: land.Another i'I ;s.. if.
practice of the community The newspaper says: Brfkult-: I I'Ijrb1 \rrm< riM f-
: ..
allowed : -Aii. .I."M..I l l 11. "'
'recently hiaollea2uf.
; ; ,
band players w ill h(- I II
''to examine a :group of patient; ntul'v' :In (,4: :u..l i). !iltl- : hrtM<:c v. ill fa!ki n'K'' tMI)
held tonight: at 8 p m III the!: from whom one lung hOld been j I'j!i I IS:* .n.II llu.-|.il.ll| To'I I I--L:, the fuse two balk4.s bug: '
inch school auditorium Dillon Fit/iKitrick! -k sj'irl heV"j'i! Mi -- .
I.-:'n -nd of the thud it1.'..- I n >
removed and they all well j
announced Anyone who can were 4 I[ I'ikhill), : Tn \lhUHi >ove the ran. hum the thuds'hat dic-tcd. there likely to he .'
No details of the operation were is t
play a band instrument is invited : at .-cksjn Memo 1.11 hospital :
given !I indication of the outcome ,0! t'
to attend lIo.tihllI } in Miami as soon a'he xtmu Dcwcy's or Taft's I.! ,

--- could be taken thereA is likely t' increase i or dctir I -.--
Early Saturday: afternoon the
1 I by the end of the third b.i"t!! ,
Palace Theater j plant! I'nghtva:; .. quickly: ..
UR1i1P I :siv-month-old: son of Lt. (jg) V.-indenbers"; strength; hi

Donald Barry and Date Evan in I Walter H Corvington, Dental an ringed 11"1." : tic I Air :canning to be substantial Other: -

..SLII.( ER.GEE.: Corps. USNR. who is stationedat Stpti'-n K<.\ West !o. :Midi i Go- believe: that Vandenbera will n'"' - p 'rT---
Size I I t- yll I,.. t.- -
/ISbnmp the U S Naval .nu in ;: UJlh v.- i.\oi t.ikteitht-. Div.vci' i Tal'!
News and ShTt Hospital was < ., . . r
C./! ) .T. [D \1'1. h--ii.e: he fjil out of the un
'They' ''r,. Silver Jiiinlnntand TONIGHT IS PRIZE NIGHTTICKETOFFICE found to have a coin firmly! lodg- ,i"',:. .." .- : ( 'r. P :c K'C'iti: : : : l

ed in his throat .
ire serre emmsr/i Iii The
Medical Officer
in command
Satisfy .Invl/ / fifp rno.e: tea of the Naval Hospital.- ,.'

SEN. GLEN TAYLOR (D-Idaho) (left) washes hIS face m the Senate cloakroom in Wasiqearly .' -'
immediately contacted a Prr.rrip WEAVER'SNATURALLY promt-; he the floor the Senate 1:10 o'clock in his ,
ALL AIRLINES : ncnt specialist in :Miami who -at- ileiirrrd Saturday just alter stopped speaking on of at .
indcntified i'..!>>'jr prlo.. on rr. ."-rii>ti.i>* successful filibuster against the draft bill. He 'alked for eight hours and 33 minutes. At rig
; was" only as a Dr : I.I"IHEHUn;
PRICE TOURS Fitzpatriek. CALL TELEPHONE 754 Sen. William Langer (R-ND.) wipes his brow after speaking five hours and 13 minutes in as ,.'
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(_ .11 .'1..1.. '". The baby was having great dif- < rnvrhlfr

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DaI17 EsHpt hb4aF. IIF Visi NUYse
L r. .&TM&%. o-r aad r.WlaMr For the first time since labor strikes!; TUESDAY JV?;E: 2%. l&4 -To
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JIRTIlr. astdae. .-n ............. .. day's native: should have enough
From direction the White
Tbfc ClttuB RnlldlT were settled by of ,
Crm_ and Aaa StrtttaOmly of the comforts of life ana ::1 1

Daily; Newspaper MOBTVC County im KeF; We.t and House: at the beginning of the New Deal F Daytime Summary make good use of them Te :attachments >' b1J ICaG ,? H.cfrriS ..._ .' i

the General Motors Corporation has voluntarily ;, SaIUt..a. .......A&& a AoaM ..... ire start: and. the-. .
klll.r" ml Key We.t Flortem, u aeerld matter .... -_. . 'Sttl' :.y a : ::Lr ar)
a r nr c.n at tae fame ti Ma sfmpathRe tender A beepImarriage T : '.' -.:: _- c- : o;>
raised the wages of its: 223.000; Ur tirMigM Friday. Cattm i.c.l C"PTEF. 27 3 >>:r- ;..J.H.s
..... E. Td ; ;j ...w1 ...: :-.r: 7a.dP l
MEMBER and the g
UP THE AiiOC"IATED!! !! PRESS : tin+e. F. central tract L5 h ur; i* probable t Her
The As octat" PTe,. I* *xcl: ..>.Hy.: ramie to employees by a practical! and unique tooo.-d
nee for reprodnfticn of all new dlfpatcaea credited ; m: .... J 1 sod "I would be bit ., Y .u. rr..Mt net tike: .t tow t
he a
to. It or not otherwise rr dHd ia this paper and of-livint agreement with the United Auto-I f should, b?; a contented life full of ; waiii -_ .:rj u I--i jixiutt. Oil.f\-and break down aadtaJK HildIllS:! vo.ce very beetle

also Ui. B..... publteht-d" mobileVrkers CIO. JUNE 21 THROUGH JUNE 25 good works. and reaping! a no".ro : .:c-vjr' CRar\ ,j> I fought, :nor:t-i: her: as tfcey! used tile like far :n.I ltD>1t"! you m-cart- I
Randy TT_ rtt: T like :t at al:. caD IK.tra: tever111
c..eetioe ito
.!CHIPTOMATFS Pryrw i. commensurate with its del' j | tie pals and co-workers' they; .you
0.. Tear .n'." The new formula is plain commonsense Farr R...... at tho Heoubet.. 0a. jI I -I don t bt' ,,e\e il mst'ers a i E-t she :t as weir> fare :: rrE"::
wrrz' T:
fl1 1i.,.tbs *.* ...... t..vt.troa .t P4aeetM.a .s I ITTa deaf s;> tntr R. :;Hwes- : g try" ::ie p:attE--J.: g'tt:igi
tires ),!....tb. Z.7S General Motor is the largest com- S.ay tarns. ey aL tour .....t.--" tto.. Compulsory cad-age!: m. \:r-ncl 1 l.was JT LOT" hecaugler return; i. ..--'.al was cn.> a pretense! Uu"* Shea.: not tae
.., wna tr.ta t.aaeay' .a_ ..... Say aad tfce Sc ne- 'i I i to feet feet tV<:) {
.. days were
. gone.
t'.skiy>>; .111 !..StADTERTTa1 pany of if kind in the World and in reach- ....lit ses.ans 00 05 the ..... as ..o. .. first adopted in Germany In. rather shc.t: ;y thing bad come: between herself i more oJ h.s t.'trlt. Aw would naveo (i
t... te s..ual e1ograroi I 1863. ] This the dozt.rwas 'I : are some finish-: and. fheanUd :
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with the labor unions Exact tisn' was why yang and Randr It had started tse day'sie
ing an agreement: ona timcc rtre not N ts 1
G RATES t..t_.. n> t...... ..v.nt 1Ot.a.. not t, know anything \ao! 2soeve :- id: r ret L.;c.en. The cot:! to go cat. to; a pate 1 I
lade Kmowa oa Ap..lkaUo.SPEC1.'L new sliding wage scale it based its for- OS. >r..r.m_ as.. ...,t.. l>.r.t>it' tt ta _ta eau( tltargc f.r bvtltft ; ( hid :c
NOTICEAll mula on "the new approach to the living alar H_.ri. and .tntrN.. schools in the United Stair is estima'ed -) until another week lad J0 aeib not lore her. I I[IcieB. smtre ie pn:4 ir.oUl- IkF
raadlnff noUcta. card of reaolotloaa cast at neeriy 23 mill' rLEGALS : i during which Mrs MeNsagfctEn -1 if it's as. bed as that and year' pie per decsioa annul net
** ru obituary<< : none, poema *tt. will Leurged cost problem. Union labor leader have NOTE: S M eota wiS be. broadcast had had tiNt xtJr..a- .illn and ;3. Schcue- i I 1 er as soon as she could.
fur<< at tfi rat of 1* li... silta'y' t* the cntirt' -*t_ mcitn- ;s = "* Iris
real a t-oij-and HJdred was\ foetid :(o "I'm will ; ; tear
Notice ntcrtat9mBt l y iBBixbe: from which ..**....... ratttvr titan fcy CM>tK relay Tjaserecommends, it-I presumee sure you i
a r...... |. t* M derived are>i rents a lib*. hailed the agreement as proof that the I' t* meet local' clock turtle 1 tell ban. For the faaixas SiiiTge;:.>D. war operate* I see nothing was hearty now: hat wide gr.11 al-

Tb. Oil... 4a an open forum and ....t.* Cia- company accepts 'the' principle that price' M.rsv i had found that her !r.taerad a else to do sat take the risk. :! T5ost;;: Ht- took a stem
eveska .f ... 1...,* and subjects: of local or ; ,''I' IIR'IT tour RT OK THE tumor, he had reconwnec-ded; aa, :: .toward her ttea tojed as aJd
-' aeD.r.1. 1.ler..t Lat It will .ot pub1 saboaimoea are a concern of labor. This i is progress," .preywroon ta X T.-t bo FlrMH THi: : JIIMIIL 1 1H I I T j ji j immediate. operation. 1 She sa-d -Th.Bk )oa. Han :. a w.tmwiratlwa I re kasl C-4b-atc know. of
: ted to course.
declared the big auto union.In Ita-Eaovard lilt's-tt, .rI or %THE\lt I'OK TaTE""\t NF'wr.rtomn ar41 \TIX \ .!I "If you are not busy w-u3d! nice yw :.n acaclcf 1- 'I i I Had he been ge."g: to say something .. a
v. head
I I Utah \. *!, .(>...._mt* i i IN title\iERt. bite to haw a few minutes of you; :s i, "nore! Had cs. had a desire,

Washington Cyrus S. Ching, director I --'Fred W nrg S+< .-ct. J I 1.- 11ar I tirre." rLWred said to Rand>:She: edzment : thai. Where wJ .:: that sncment.' ) to take her :D hs 1

mediatation concilia- Music rVr Toe cbVy .\ FJ.H"... ... i ii had waited tr-til a time when she, tiler take her' Would you LAC me,I|artns. to comfort her Bat no. (A'c.orse :
of the federal and I :
I story Drama-ate i P s 1nTf J, knew be would cot beet was lo be l:ere. t-x"? that -teas. her iTaginalx
) tion ,service aid he the ''ftI:30-R.- S:.nai --ol>l! 1""- 1)1 i ORfF.tie hour I Iwould "Oh. Bandy!" nat was: Tore" ' .
hoped the
MEMBER (Z! 1948 : : twoyearpact I Hii Hoor cT srrals-ct. .rTT J"s.J'5.l : 3 i noon : and waiting room t I t: :!
i than she' had.: expected or oared SRandy further rf
between General Motors and CIO I bay U WUk MB )-Bib* l i l.r.II4b.u. be empty for a bnefbreaUung :: i had proved -
11-fr\nt-er! Goarr Sbe' .-<* em>tn or PI BU11' I I Space' and she had sent hope: for. Nsw sae could net Keep 1, such proof wei e needed -that aewa Iij
Auto Workers will "make a substantial j e--kfnt ia HoBywood-airaB 11t; Manvic cut on seine erranis to back the tears that !had been her good staMBcn friend and

,,:>.- m "AhzanCer Shew' -db I relay Jobbaaa I keep>> that weH-n caJi2g e.v: ?r- p.e K-.g sga.r t her eyeballs. "It'sa nothing; more than that. Even Illsir

contribution to industrial peace. ) l 1153-Sthi! :". brs.-cl. 0 loot*'J"_,. .1118<.... I dropper iron tea i-'g what -, sir all pr-iite hospital in Atlanta l what he had oe-ed-to be with

Ching's position in the government is lr'l AtreraO.tt5Gwdcr5a.. T- are ba-rebi ra55Wd Tn appear. 1 on. j jCone I -tne Lane are interested m :'t. < her mother -had been done for sirP
I t* tfc* BH' N 1'45wpitai. 0-r 4sr.-* :' ; ." Randy looked '..1 hate to act it of you. but of j her mothers sake. riot HiWred s.i ..
XMPROVEMEKTS FOR KEY WEST Troel'sri-ak< ... .. oa r up {
1 lb.i
help employers and unions! adjust !. Smith .. aawr .UtH4au. eoItlb c"UoI aoii.J be so grad so re- i different
Speak.mta1t .f J.l 1.15 .. fay "
ADVOCATED BY THE CmZEN: disputes without strike! In his opinion the :11-words_ and I t...>...,. a hit .... Zak-a. ofawateaned. between !his sandy brows thaas L.ei ed. ::!f ,rots wtMild. she ought have told him aLt i 4
I 1O> )lure Baf Boer: etc so cha-actenstic. I.It's |I "I happen to be very fond of 1 1 le more- ltatas pnctjcally .

new wage formula will meet the challengeof tV-DocMv c>r Netfcinr->*. T>*" .order. tn be 1.bllnbed.._see l ,I Mother Xo see wasting: your mO 1er."" Randy returned. ( engaged to Lucien -ev a etH

: 1. More Hotels and Apartments. the 'costs' of living." He expressed the f, ,:>Wan>-$ .for.Ia ice a Da-n\.a JS. tu-m.-Bb. t"week Ey. Iht We-t toono'"1Ua.i-LreiTif... a b-.9M m k- 'ir"rpvlMfbed :1:i any of his time if he was -ljJ:1&.: ;''I SHE s'-.culd: have known h.m: Randy see thai. sJice that
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Sew and Gronm-abc i J alt" ...., tWrr.-Fl..rMa.I. i i I to be generc-o with it new. S1* !t enough to know that 'that j was not aett'ed! dO Saiterjr yet, VI

i I X Airpartz-Land and Sea. hope that a number ef other wage disputesnow Mania B) ck Pecerdmt.* sad teller-d. .. this Sib da. has a tumor. Randy: as I feared. ,, was h.s:. way of checking her tears there still was the chance .J fct-
S of Jtet..b.D. 1, . iise! should be tmicediately .th drawing the sympathy' of .t. But what was the
pEnding. will be settled according to : o-T. Ee Asaovoced-ets' operated on - by ttng out
i, 4. Consolidation of County and La j,,.. Eo seated-abe ..- <*E."*)"Vrk .-, ter. r..a"-'T
City Governments. the new formula. 1:-TtM Hoas ('arty-ct. )I..nrlfr <... ......n .,.>r1
&. Community Auditorium.> Otficial Washington:. welcomed the G. i raIl \\1ott.11, \, record.abs5i.Htat .m'i. \"n t'. L..t+4a..".taikt'put -ao doubt >ou've heard oS cf m.aLn& such a simple:: state-. ,' now See night as well marry Lii-
Iaacbss 1rrkI the famous Austrian surgeon He ent of fact. It made died feel cien. siikce he anted that sbush

M. agreement as the first major concessionin i :>>Treason-wts..r Ba T.I11da..4 Sbow: *t
a .. cien's mother was 'the one who Ra-ay ward do what he proposed j matter wiUjjot Randy's icve. And
labor's drive for third round of a vaobtn '%} t* i -c>. :"nl' !! ) 1 .
a postwar :; i l'iddfs Hour tSest rtpeatl 1 lit, i suggested, and arranged for, tae for her mothers sake only i besides, oothag :really did .

: MONOGRAPH wage increases.;:: There exists a gen- : tat rt-abe and .,t. ii i I' THc 1151 t 1T 1111 RT of THR xaminatron." I -,and not out of has Iriendahip or could new unt J she knew that her th
:4S-1.t;_ sad AbMr-
To the People of Key We-t : eral) belief in Washington that other auto ;. 'in,: "T'1'I s50IU.E' : 0'- .-1.IutT5.' .'.. came baL! He reached along I -Mumaue is fond of you." She that she would be all right Her or
manufacturers: fall in line and settle 15H iH15 tR': arm for a pencil 1. began hij s made that almost as StzfS' a state- I j I dear mother for her sake HJ- 0(

: The City of Key \Ve:>t bas: three advertising NETWORK PROGRAMS 1 aw ,- 'II' -' methodical! tapping with it.' "Dr. rent as his. "1 know she will be idred would be brave: she would I
question: ) of wages! according to the new au.'o. i ii." \N. :.; ,:t;. ....."'. I Schouemaker. eh' Of course rye I 1 grateful I believe the arraagenents I pat everything else aside GId rf
Caster Local Time
For w stratS.bwatt ,
: medium*-The Daily Citizen. formula. Chrysler and Ford have "labor I .". kovr. for movfttamtract 'I' Marl' ff heard of h.m. None better: tny- ,, : can; be made for Saturday, mind anti out of heart. 1aD
radio station WKWF, and the picture :' \..-.*l tfcav two ..boar_ a'S...relay. local to ta-m I ILL T.J.Itrn. "'KRI IJI\9IU I': there in any country lf l c-.: wound suit ywa?" ; (To be continued) ::1g

r3in local ch-_ic.. kat mmvt krot triradawtO511ER I ._
- -
This -- - - - -- ---- ---- -- -
Star. -
magazine. The Weekly means The .... cl.age cannot be _... .IS' PI 61.116'To. 9
General Motors f increases
I a great outlay of money on the part of I I J I-'I:! J., itro.k,tYse. i _a. .. .....-....- ::-e ;"vjsfr is the former Judge parts of Florida aDd m Kern Orleans Ib

wages: on an average' from S1.5O to 51.61 .. ,, returned the .... ..-
I TUESDAY, JUNE 22 L n..r' .lIn- ' .'r MJ Vmmg Harris home : over .
the merchants from whom mutt! come i,
: .. 1.. r"uor..1 1. ..,.T-_," ; West In
an hour. u art b.r.hy Key I; way last, n. nt. M i uiiUMinnl by
the greater part of the means to support te..ia. t.. inStill f ur 1&-i' ... aa..u.Sw .. ..-.,' I Mrs Arthur Gomez. who had
The new formula provides that the :' Rt-port j. M'n; -rtaSJt i hi tar 'l'-4. - at.efawr It wa' '; of.vtally reported jn

and maintain these e;a--ert.or" tbt stb dal: of Jul'. ;.. I. ...I J... j Days Gone j 9 i.:an. tjoay that a Cuban gun- : wen! iisitin; in Tampa. "ij
and the unions; will examine theconsumer I' 1511. alb-r.i-e lb. al.'i r I
company ; :,1 HC-i"abc-eatt ) .
stitutions. All could stand improvement hldOat H..ur fr".t,.:'-aU.-_t 'MII.I tb.r ..a atil .... 1310.." . ..... ) I boot ..% ill be sent here fur the I -
price index of the Federal Bu- i \ .tit ,1 t rD..b .ei.t ,I f..........- I TAKEN"FROM o\er-t".5 Hgh"; tvfeurtlinJ : ; Today The Citizen in an j I
< says
and will do better ?o soon economic! Hourial. >-mt..-.tst 1--a. au-1 <*.-rni at K-\ \\ reau of Labor Statistics every three months. I:15.--t, v ease Tme-at. .-I.ro4&. U.- :ttt .l-x .,1 Ji.n- t I t- : THE CITIZEN: OF j ats. editorial; paragraph:
r conditions are better.< 3erkr-C t.* lid! i i "An exchange ubativei that
and if these statistics show that living I JUNE 22. 1338 a dbe4).tlfy 9 t"
-Ctk Orchestra 1 It1reu 11 l'q.wt '
THE ORACLE t -ctsast sail! r...., C' s.---r i io.l..r1o the at their when a town belie became a 1
I Loin aa l AUir rtprat-cb-.cIi3-XSWEaft .est I < grounds ;
: have < .. . 1IIIIJII I11II18IIII IBII!
i cots; gone up the workers will automatically .f .',. ",t .ur: ihWarr them June bride several bachelors : f.r
a receive by
Tcrte-abe .
ty Jh $cattjtaa :% .tlast., i > eirtulnii.IL.
I receive another wage boost : Leweli Tbc-'i.jj mpeat, 11}-tt* J r tput' ."lrkQI Final \\ t'n;;: i 1z i queen! <>i tne ; calling at the gieenhouse in ;: went' back mto : '
; t8 Supper, C"tr.b".t.asJe; Es 'LNAL1WI." JCtt. Overseas .. ui will 1
EShIQ1"E lligriAav .ni > M It"nn West 1
l at the rate of one cent per hour for every .. Tb. lituU. ,s w--I.L. . t; \ ..raf. .. i..ti.t:11U1si Square Key
} PLATFORMS AND PROMISESOf a:... alai C..mellt.ry- r ,......-15--:.. ."... te held V rui ii .1 the! U.tsata t.aMItIt! c11D, !'ua1''tij' > }. The elecwzi e.. -
1.14 points of the ri>e. The wage boost follows'. t.ewts. Jrmttse:1S4eS. Madrid 1 .* nsdastrv! is the b'F''iTaali' 1

\ r the official index. On the other side .:- and <-tWl1I1.-u.:: : \I"P'I"'T'O' user of -pp-- .n ;A-cr'itrk: iZJ : V
J" k Smtand t /ng-cfc. Mr and Mrs Edward S Wl1- .
i il .,...... K
what Comta I. .I Tat { he Un.tsv S. .
\ consequence is a political the employees wil take a similar cut in the :Iaiyr tas: lMaer ary-zbe teragar:3aTbe : 11.._ 11011 ,_ 1"IO..TJ' -: I Nm t\-fouf. parcel of proper- and daugnter. Miss Lucift:.i ?

platform! One would be I led to believe I 'I;, 1s IHJtR" aE"IO.1"3t" .ty will be stud under; pr>.\iMons WlbcIL of Pensacota. hate :on: J". '
roflri) Tr
same amount if the cost of living goes Jrry 1akb, :--b,...- t. titan.. 5........ the of Ib.I.Nwwoa **f the Murphy Act at toe c unt> If
.. ed to visit Mrs.Iboo's )
that it i is of great consequence in considering Tae Green H.-t.-at.c .I rrm at._ loa, n. .. aid purest
down. Besides, a year from now wages automatically \t.. I .rrtirkate" for a tai 4-rd too k is.'S.a courthouse tomorrow' aftenHwsi Mr and Mss J C Gardner QfUQ has
the stories that came out ..f Philadelphia S tbv. S n. e-rttwbate a5wb.r by County Clerk. Ross C Sawyer '- AUTOMOBILEWe Sta
: nr.i-abo I mti.c: FJem :=
I will go up 3 cents an hour regardless :N.;,,., l.r'oiod.-" aad sear ., k..+..__. 'M C.irripttt.a !.- oa 'ng ':t

when the Republican platform committee of what happens) to the cost; ofliving. :puns \\n'1fttJOt-mta' r.t ,... p ..pmts.. rsM aad ,baaate .-. i" fill all prescriptions when ..
V-tt-Di-.ab SIre: Sw-z.t.o.. fa .a a- Att"r anh M-s' T S C.
was tlfl.*!ly scrutinizing plank after fr.1bR" ey: your aid car starts giving you :11Hi
P'C: Teane.spaptr Play--tl. ,' ) Stone Church: service club el- , ... . .- _
: aN'J
"' \ Yo.ta Asks C" r"_:-.k .rifeate S. !4t. :J::! :.1. ; tro 1e.l st
: (plank before recommending. it for adop- One poular opinion expressed; by government 3u)Serious Tri\t.r: -ml* Year ..f J,'.......... 191'tl. ecttd the following officers last We complete line cf
... carry a
.. i "" .f t rUr i ;
'.1S- President Allan
Wttkly :Nt Ttaie ale night rfeiiip-
tion. labor experts i jt; that the G. M. for a:>>-rut.VMhJuiv_...-... ....... Boa Ptnr Krs. Pat ibkt. ton Frrnanoo 1 . .aRia.all. R Dra Jte Parts. Ignition. Gas itung& S,1VI
I r'at't:. I. that. .', 145a' !. .I : vice president
whether :
of Democratic 'b. Fan BeltsAT
or Mr and Mrs Ntri"i Spank Plugs.
mula gives worker more money when living Ar.ra.. Tows 3itelaafro: 2.. T." 6.. It 2S. La.t .. Camas secretary. L P Artrran.

.... Republican origin, areery much like a costs go up and gives employers the I-etecme" ,Drana. TinembaI51E Sglar.! >>-r.1... J-IMt.;....". Iae Arrr wd'Ca.t. gdeda t|IJr .; treasurer.! Z D. Kdr'istm TRIUMl'IICOFFEE: YOUR SERVICE: . I
; dY R *, C"DII1H.*-mba ed DAY OR NIGHT
candidate' promise-they not : ill taicta aetrt : ISJ
may or may incentive of lower wage costs: if the formula *<<-Tt.. o )Im liTia. nhcRe ......., \loxv-nt ...1..111 :. f '
be kept. And platforms are designed: as ...e Peoi-:.. Cue.t-<." .\ ,.f sail M'.prrti *"",_ hi theXOIKt It..asepor'.ed today :.-< lllL PHONE 1178
helps bring down price: Git'iti ilti'ttr, Con.mtbtits'SCtws tia.S15] .f .f.arru =.qat.r: r.:..r,dat'aiesa Thebna StrabeL novelist !ha-' ,, :-

"I are promi.-es.: attract voters., : Alter election The New York Times: and most lead- .a-n--c-a.a: the Broad'Po:>r
.( platforms are forgotten as a rule. l"tJrastOJr wt3s-sN,! t. law 1M peep-r) ..-.,...... to.ata on which the southernrs-xt: !to .' All Grocers 1502 BERTHA STREET

ing publications. heartH approve the Gen- IkAtoB Peps Con.rt.beGregory ..rtilka' e. ....rot.- wilt m the United' States :_- ,:t-:: . . .ra.:: .. .
i'ucces..ful the ...., .
at poll Hood L5aeanI.slea.beet
A .
i major party hr.... -d M tat bilcbe-t bdi0.r a' IL..r.t -
of I
eral Motor settlement instrument -
as an ;g".r
: Oorltsa ArdwrSodx '. ; .a Iho" fir- Si.455 -"-
comes into power and i is! reminded of the > CT* iI sW1b .4 Aaiat 1o4' stn bM .
company-wide econnomic and social jus- P"tc:: Pete'.dtr-i.t.s 1. ibr 2d .Isis ..f 'ec-a..t.. 151' :
platform on which its candidates wereelected tice. i w.JO-n. Rnm't: .'. ",'s -1It. IRIa,. .bf'\ :l... ia..t. .I".... '4' ; ; ;:
I _.
: "
R"rs r aa '
Lei FrKd!"n> 151:5L!
What Sometimes ..
happen a bv all the i.AZiCO Coruats! I .-.i-.k f "ir'u.t .. . f
Judged politi- .
appearances .... .
1 "t F' '- "
in platform be put into law. 19it te the Fami'T-ab :. :
plank a may .
: JU"
cal Government of highlypleaed J _
our country is 11:00: -Xtw. &: Vary : t--\4
'I I but most of the time the party in power :-tSa Vartty'. L'anct. 1 1's-cta, at
with the new formula worked out -.aa aid l'r :" BarJ-at"" : TO Hk.lMTMM: I th
forgets ius promises as embodied in its plat- \..... L6r.e Iacderamts1250Laacivg < . 'Ia! : VmfcaT.* _t w. ; ,i. .. r 1 Yi1
in Detroit. And that plainly indicate that : : Cont.r.. a-miw-vtit (II' 1 HI. < Wl HI 01 1 III. 4 01 ,.11
= form. I. Jilt;.,:. S..'HO.. I nli. /{ '--1 { -- << -:
the Nation's industries; are recognizing the 1 Itok1111I IX t'KORtTI- :..
i _: Chief fight in Philadelphia was made I. TODl1. IN HISTORY Ir ro:1: \- .1 ---f-- w
futility of settling their disputes: by labor | tec
Jf> !-\N" Hi tz: .;.
b Southerners because of them was .
. > none 1r _
strikes. (Know America) ": !.,
; ,..
T. \11! -.i.:" at.) P'r' .
included in the platform committee. GOP .. .. f04
1793 Alexander M ien2ie .He.i".. j'an '.r )l"man'i i .... f
M ainsad Estat'. hit
that the inclusion "
: leader probably reasoned . '
Srott1sh- rn fur trader. re chea ; vc.u and ea'b hf .emu "'r.I t. "
Whiskey as good as any made from j notlf'.t requrrd t.. yrhim. .'. . .' , \ th<
I of a southerner might have resulted the Pacific-frst knownwhiteman . 7t --' tri1
and oI-manoJ. 5. t
.. .: in dissatisfaction about the civil right grain can be made from sawdust. accord- to complete weii .
Dr. Robert Aries the ne" across the continent ..f 3.a5aaeaea. d. -"' eT''
to S. of
ing ..
f that the Republicans aid they Pol"tech1 1, lat, tlf NI'.g..h.' t"I,,, ". ,. .
program '
nic Institute. Customers couldn't tell the i I 1 Historic reaol Lieut. Judge at. >>oa..., Carnal) I1.-143. 1
a were going to adopt in one way or an- AdoJphus \V Greel)> and six others 4' I.... ..f1.. is the .. .r' ... elM
difference he told the American Chemical -..i4"unt' 4' "'_t R'ai191n --' j-
-- other. A delegate from Texas, for that fiom tttJi m the Arctic be. rt. .t, ..a4ar ...'"T.:totl. .. .. 0 -LSea s i t Sot
Societj' a US expedition; under Capt.Schley. . tit, .. ,,1 ,,,. ,..t t yni.,....'". .. t- ,
reason, triel repeatedly but failed to get this. not,... .... . ]aim .... ....m.d,
p t .. .. .. -ft 1 I. 7' :at..1 .11..11 "..,- J! ,
the committee.Will . .
I ..
on 1898-((59 :years! ago) Americana ; Jo :;-:. '_: : ':". ': "': t
Democrats from the South be included REGULATED ECONOMY A LONG-TIME bombard Spanish forts at, Santi .h.a1.r . . .. ., :-

s. .'s committee JOB 1 I ago. Cuba I t I..* "Cf .,t. ",r t.- -ti.."..... ... lay
in their part plaform 'i'f
> 1904 Hisior.c .jtaiin ..r .i-n...B'l n<>t 5n. fl....1 c ddfOt
'I I cablegram -
,r in Philadelphia next month Probably II I -h >fvl <
I Secretary: of SUite Hav sent' to i-a. Rt.-\ -4VHKZ,:.; I

they will, because of the "Solid South" Our National economy is disrupted.The sultan of: Morocco: "v.'eant/: 4- j d: '-t '; : : :; j :.. : I = iJ the

.. complex, whereas!! the Republicans know Government debt and the recovery Ptrdicaris alJDr Raisuh dead''" _:;--j.-- ,; ex/
I 1'Xp
I 113-P-vposal! :! to limit men mud
they rarely carry a Southern !state and plans i involve t'o much that it needs i' -
: money : under arms. abolish tanks and )I.X 'Cwt: I IK" I IT. 01 ICT Wl eu,. -

are.' therefore', not so much concerned in aclairvoyant to figure up the totals. the like i-:d before World Disarmament .! OK LLI.I.\1H'1 HI.' .<...JII'1..> tl I'L IM IHI>KIU I IT%. { 1

delegates from there except to corral their Nearly everything indicate a continuation i Conference by. Pre;jdtnt IX "If roll MUXKUt.: iii 'T'.I|I lave
I llltXI LJIt. j
Hoo'eI :. of
: I,
'ot of 1 ate X.. ..- 47 I IJ
\ t"II.! big strikes.! The more strikes! the 1541--Germans
the '
I begin invasion J Kl\ TH LJLXJ.VX" 1-rxvKV ,

The civil rights program, which undoubtedly higher prices will go. A wise. observer repeats of Russia 1! T'P .. L

will form a plank in the Democratic the well-known: discovery that our lAn Argentine shin stu&f 4 HI'BfcRT: t.iI'i;'.\ ...15U8H I\OHI. I. I I j 21

'I in daylight 129 miles off New : I aakcnil/e: $8.60
platform is surely to cause dissension I economic and political life are in continual t York b\ German sub. : eF PI all: itluy New York: S2X7S
.. T. IiriERT TJC: .'. I t
t in the committee and probably in the conflict. ,J 1MJ End of the coal strike ol Mann 3.30 Caicaga n.nS

contention .l.o.Fashion. ;, Public opion want: to believe : "We'll 1'' that 1944 year-Cherbourg m Normandy' 1 N'aI F.I Rar t. i iI. 1 I Ii i Palm Beach 4.45; New Oil a=s 573 f.toy

.+ J I j I dig out of it somehow.. But the )publicdoesn't isolated by ipeated Aawnraa,1 I, Tl.w.-b.etoa. J.TI.*'. ;; \ i I S'. P :ers:'::r] LOS WashingtoaDC .
2&I9 1154
.r : .* are not to be explained bythe :seem to know jut how. ;Attacks. i e-ar 4Il Y.JIl j. b1' I. ":-: I iist"
f j 1S45--Amer.ran: fleet attacked,1. .. _- raapa 7.55
n a. J' Caciaaati:
;c ordinary processes of the brain. Will the el'onQmit'OWf'r} of big business ,. . . . ., 1.n
I II ''b 1 > Jap piane as Americans wi V .t 1'.4' : 'h. 't' -c. I I
. .
I I.
ihrr.i ss -n 4' r.- .Ilea: 1t LJt..I eta.
..- i continue Of will the big labor Unions | Okinawa C't'ldnte' conquest ol TniTl pu .1 vj "j far. &JI u..I.... _

I It j is jlfcfc: island ; ; :. I l
amazing how *
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some men 1 maintain their power ] 1947 Busavui's .(Ih is.K-, Til ,-";z-.. 3 .T Te Keep your Crowd Togcmcr RI
imagine that fair ladies have designs The United States in Pravda; say=; i ;a ii.. .it Greyhound Bus Terminal ,., CHARTER A .T
; : upon all its political 1}, Soviet desires: to oac:$>rte. on;I ll. WI; : r"3 -1 I : II: GREYHOUND 11.3

them. t and industrious affairs, has been upset::: for world recovery da1 I.. .:-";;: t-'' t ,':'.Kff-I al. t' .

I years. but no one has stood up in front long f chopped :: .', R....:,: -: .: PHpiE HC: rot taiJeri<,
Steen peppers, JIft'PX'E'd -
f ( r Modern men now laugh at men who I enough to explain how to spin the wheelof borsea Jfch and a little may- ti\I "r.l't: .....J.. .... '

c tt hit used to laugh at the funny clothes good fortune and: put us back: on a safe onW.igesaI: : d dressing'. T-i. It
mate: dehcnus: IL.A # i..iitK JP. ,
that women wore. and sound "'vstem. ]J a candwich : .. . f' . I in ,
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that day. II! is an Jm ult'e. chi WILLOli SMILE? TOD VSANMVilUSAIIlCS
Reel Cross Grey'Ldies '** fri,,'n due mine. i.nJ he has osundergone .. -
: a ttuchcotony.' 1! : The Result !. '
II I i talks by iruaai of .an artificiv (Know America

Are lainyx find is frt by mean o> T1803-Luther S. Cu!"hins. Ma-
friendly Helpful -Jne can't hold her head tip
: a tome thai runs through his nosrI office iM.lcier-juib-t autLoi (.l tin
ha"Ioilt'd h..: ii\l c fiN !since she got** back fr..mhn famous parliamentary Manual in
nudist colony.
k enough to h:1bt'C't>nto acquainted ** 1844 burn in Worcester CountyMcs.
IEG \ \IITOF' "Is she a marked woman?
With his family thioug': "Yes The insectsvtrc terri Died June 22. l&M
HKAIITxn: CON.SCIKNCK the sort of day that a Gray Lad tlu-ir leiUrs which I have helped tile" 1837-Haul C. Morphy.. New Orleans
dreams about each tune she him answer. Fur weeks h: 1 t chess genius uthong figreatest ""
starts nut for the hospital. Tn I had been waiting for an alx-es .,
: S'l IIFA'CTIIor Read the \1assln@ Ails in Th. of all tim", bitrn m New
day stalled out with linding in his thn>at to came to a head iU7pn. Orleans. Died July Iff. 1834.
KKV; wfcsrtrll.Mlrdt familiar patient in a whctl chair so that it eoxda be 1311\'( 1. Aftriiiiat ; 1846-James B. Anus. famed
How many \\ec-k thai iran ha, he was going h.tme.Vill. Harvard Law School pinfessordean -
\ ... been on the brink of death low his throat had t t-n lanri we are in the position to early born in Boston Died Jan.
The Red Cites vohln'ec vvh many letter*, to ins wife I havt i (-(1 and now it was -o s\\ollen i' out the little special kindnessesthat 8. 1910.
snvs ij a Gry Lady is a par helped him cnmpiisc. trying: to was impossible to get the tube mean i> nHiMi. 183 -Frank II. Damrof. f\.n
..f the heart and conscience an. he honest \;:ith her and yet avoic' I' down into his stomach. lie "'a It is a dt"lit"ateIllv that w ed music educator brother nd
5tnngth t.f hometown America frightening her. ure that he wasn't going to ge und"rtaka0.1< that rl-quin' ton of famed musician, born in
The CIrey Lady bring? to the pa- However.: .iii:. of th > minute 1 well tnout'i t.> go home, He w;. a great heart an insight into human Germin). Died Oct. 22. 153Vj !
iw-nt in the tux-pital a variety <>ifiHrwlly. they brt' also iy: j ei ion wing out I even afraid that he might die bocause weaknesses a tireless dfiu |'i j 18T aroline ODay Rve. N
helpful services. A-. here at the municipal has take1. theta, was no way to feee to be of service, and a stn-n1. Y. congrtssw; .f1 and peasi
doctor has put It. no more valu- place and he is in a vsheel- 1 him. No one had realized how control of emotions None of usft worker buts in Ptrry. c;:. Di vt
chlf aid to therapy exists than chair. .. badly be needed re-a :uianceI o quallftt.d-\'d \\e were :: Jan. 4. 1943.
the nw,,, prtsenii- f those persons I held .; ft-rrft confvTi-ncv with I that ihv- sw ?Hmsf would .o down picked for these Dualities, an 1888-Allan Seeger. invneiiti
who visit military tspital the nurse and thin asked him iT and that he would bo able tn ge; the Graf Lady friars h -r uniform >,i poet born in Ntyv Yoi k. Die.
riot U cause they are paid to dl. -. he'd like to go outside on this home. I gave hjtn the n-pathv with pride. Gray Ladieare in the battle of tlie Somme July
. hut lteauthiv want 10. beautiful clay_ I drove hir: and r"'a"UrhC"f that h.1.. twdK needed at the Naval Hospital 4. 1916.I .
These the needed and when I lefthim br and a course of instruction oil I I
are Red Cross vol around the compouncj severa'titles I
untet-rs Grev I.adu-s are needed and th-- happiness 3n : was sm.tme That i s th- not i.i begin on July 1. Phone >tIll. I,I Frank is still a general
at our own Naval lh .-pital. I' gratitude o fthat one mm"oul(' thing that lifts Uu Gray Lads"heart Red Cross IMtap'er Office fm th : word foi Europeans ih Iht Ke.t
you would b:> iniereoil in becoming have been reward enough fvr th, and makes her feel th- details if ou ,.!',' mtrrt- ted r ': East a reminder of the gnat pew t
., cf of the becoming a part of this "fatorcd"gn France played in the CrusaJ 1&1I
a part of this group a da'svoik. After running sev- he b a part one PKHfavored j
'+HUMof instruction will beg.r rral errjnc'for the patients oron. body of winkers at t)+ up. ,. I I,the middle. ages.
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.,<.. %8G. foi further d.tail ward There I found the man the patu-nts a! ,' well taker t. ir. .. "A City Is Only As Progressive As Its Transportation System"Tin -
Today .'a' an inspiring day. who needed the Gray Lad moM ,i. < f I .' -..oHi .il needs butSE1.tTR

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SENATOR ROBERT A. TAFT of Ohio Republican presidential candidate gets acauaintcd with : .. Key West Transit Co., I Inc.Ridethe .

"Little Eva." his campaign symbol at his headquarters in the Ben Franklin Hotel at Philadel : Bus J. W. Sellers. Manager
I phi*. The little elephant was flown from Ohio to boost Taft's candidacy on the eve cf the con- I : Phone 1037 (4)
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be 100 years old has cot a little I
surprise coming from the federal I Tl PE Iiimrnt rr : ,v' fi t| jtwt,..
government. Tie: federal council meats is ,n+:.rr.;':. :n ,,. >
Advertisements under this' h..a" r"IC..lar wive rt... r. .IUa dg.r'"
has decided to award special <>
I trill l.e inserted In The 'II'T..n al ,<...nt.. mayria.e their ado tai \
1 I honors. the exact nature of I the rate ..f !r a w..rd for ,...b Inm Dt" rhartrdrti..n -
., which was not i\'en. The occasion -I .? but thr minimum barer f..r PI Bl.M'.'TIOH..tDLlK
the firm U m'.rd* or Iess Is 3Nc. T. insure nuti almn_ r(, .
I is that Switzerland as a i The rate fur fclarkfarv IIP is 5< a be In The ritiz.n nfflce Ps ..
.y4'j conferation becomes 100 years : ....r... and the minimum charge for .:..1...... in th. mrniag "I bcfvrt,,* ..Q
old this year tile first I. words I. 4c- .>f pablicallon. .*.w M \

.. LANDSCAPING I All .d..rli"lnor t.. acef.IM nnd.r tttf f..ll""Ins. ,.nd'.....,. |, -I. e
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event of ,.rr..r in a-ln.rliKinn transient .rorntr.a t TinHtzn JJr ..
Wardlow's Landscaping Co., 4139 ."P)nsihl.. ...nlfor the first ma-rti in i l....lf.... \dseri.r.(.sin dad 2
iii..'.' VlrLtl'l7I fI'n nl"h tadl am'in'irJ '"l'.. *,coupled .:
Avenue E. Phone 748-W. I part of .-n: error r ,

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Duval. street' location. Equippcx I! V BE A SPECIALIST \\anted Cut Hjir-\rdl _
pal: $
for soda fountain : AVIATION }
service Am- I 5 dollars per ounrc "
pie nx/m living quarters in I In a fast world the way to move length color and con2 "

< rear. Leaving town. Telephone fast is to learn one of the skills I! of hair. Send full length \

31TH soQtc 9150, 222 Duval jun22-2tx I and trades demanded by the ; pic Lock Box 1&-;), Key saw
: future' You have a chance to FIa. West

.'! F DEWEy 26-foot commercial fishing boat I II learn . move up fast . and jUnl-it1

y- with small skiff and tt-ti pot draw good pay while you're doing Piano small -
s I Also complete furnishing: for' it* Here how. If you'rea Must be upright or ?*&{.
good tone
ce fumse Apply 1-D Porter Place high school graduate between Call 'gowf SIcutton _
r i 1362
i after 5 p.m jun.."2-tx I'.and 34 years old. you can select ; iun-JSE \

the specialized Aviation
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I Electric Singer sewing mat'hine.1 training your prefer, qualify BE- : GARDEN SUPPLIES

SI2 .OO, May be seen 11-1 Poin- FORE you enlist. and be sure .
.. 1\1' V. rephottJ) ciana Place jun22-2tx i of that training Its available American radio warbler li Bti. V

MRS. CARL T. HOGAN (left) of New York City, chairman of to you under the U.S. Air Force I lings. Teach your bird ow "
Underwood "12"standard Aviation Career Plan. Get the songs Key West Gardeir ..
the Women Committee for Dewey. and Mrs. Carl W .Weiss. Ji. tvpc- i Lawn !
; Co.. J
writer excellent condition. full facts. all details, at your Supply 914 Floes
of Rochester. N. Y. Republican National Committeewoman. stand I Il
1122 Simonton Street rear. nearest U.s. Army &. U.S. Air Key West's goldfish head ar f
beside huge Dewey display which was set up in the Bellerue- l I. ters k
jun22-2tx Force Recruiting Office at 25 jan$- fc
Stratford Hotel Saturday in Philadelphia where Republican I N.E. 3rd Street. Miami, Fla. i

National ConTtption. began Monday. Three rooms of furniture gas .J-2-junI-6tx FOR RENT APARTMENTS I

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I alt111t1UIIUUlU11Un11A11AlllllmIlZImlU1111111UAUAtI I I \Vhitchead Street jun22-3tx I II I HELP WANTED !i i
Guiiig-A tray MALE OR FEMALE i j FOR SALE _t< I
Whufs Doing Blackstone washing machine, with: I Household articles: 2 k

Dance For Miss I at the I pump used about four months. Honest and reliable man or wo- I mens clothing size 46:a., \

I Vornadorfan fan. adjustableon man to make house to house i electric clock etc. Mrs.: Hocfat. k

ParkerThe TOiiigIII ARMED SERVICES ; stand, wonderfully cool i contacts for our studio. Evans' Overseas Hotel JtinI %%- J

Y.M.C.A. Motorola radio phonograph J 509 Southard Street. I I ... ,
Joinl-away dancrf .r; Jackson Square. Whiteheadand I with records. Phone 1381-J I jun21-tf I FOR RENT F iI \
B:vcily: Parker to oe held at the Southard Streets after 6 or before 9:30 a.m. 37-

Diiftwood Club tonight will in- i E. N.A.S. jun22-3tx I I \
i 'alllllllltllllilllhUIlIlililll1lnmmumUlUIIIIIIIIIIIII'" I I HELP WANTED-FEMALE Completely furnished house. '
dude act by some of the out- ,I I ply rear 914 Packer ..
standing talent in the city. it was; Tuesday Electrolux refrigerator, good con- Do Street'n1
you enjoy having money I 1J
announced today. I I I &:30 p M Little.Theatre Group I dition. Call 11 63-J. Then you will enjoy fully the \

'The Little Theater Group. tinder 'I' rehearses Ping Shul1 jun22-2tx make Chanting house for the :
pong i I money you can as a part- ngft .
the din tion of Gerald P.n- I Ider. I 1
fie Board on the Patio. 1j time Avon Representative people Gardens Tclc nm.
the Town Tunesters Betty 'J Wednesday 1 New Elgin 5 h.p. outboard motor 479-R.
Pleasant friendly work for juB2t :-Ste \
and Bob Simpson of the Simp- i I 1:00 P. M.-Fishing Party: Navali Still in crate. Apply rear 1012 good pay. For interview write r I

Sons Dancing School will enter Hospital Patients Joint Program Varela. upstairs jun22-3tx stating: address to Dttrict Manager -t STORAGERed ,

tain. Gail Wallace will be seen YMCA. NCCS. t P.O. to1101, West Palm I

in' an acrobatic dance whIle Dolores i j S.30 P. M.-Yi Ole Country Party : Unfurnished house with lot.I Beach. Florida. ju:.14-12t Brick Storage Co. Furnton

Losclev will do a ballet >. featuring Square Dane- I 1 House story and half For in- I' or commercial. Phone 798. ,
Dancing will begin at 9 ocloik ms, Virginia Reck. formation write P.O. Box 442.
with music by Hcit .r B.trrost' 10:15 P M.-Werner Road on the I Key West. jun22-2tx I ,

and his Spotlight Band4iniiinuiiiiiiniuiimnmminimr.nmiiaiinuan. | Patio Grille
Furnished ,
I apartment. rooms
crib. I
--- I Thursday I Baby new bnlloonf and bath. Maid and janitor AND COTTAGES
\ : 9:00 P. M.-Dancc. John Pritch- tired bicjcle Electric three- I \
service. linens and utilities
( ard and His Orchestra f burner hot plate Apply J-3 I I
Beat The Heat
N.C.C.S. 1 Fort Phone 1503 furnished. Summer rates. Cor- ] ,
: Friday i Taylor -R. I Southwind 2-room apartmeahand
al Hotel I
: 8:30 P.M--Bridge. Pinochle and l! jun22-3tx Apartments opposite |
1021 Dural Street Post Office. jun2-20tx i cottage. pin for ii p f ,
i' i i Mov ics I tion andt>Tipmr1j.t'n. IiflL
DEFENSE FORCES > Saturday 100 Pullets starting to lav: Sell Iclean. ,
4' 8:00 P AL Movies. all Furnished studio apartment for] completely f
PROGRAM'tuunlnnnnnullN1191uu11inlulnlulnnh11uAunlur or part Cheap 724 Olivia I
For ,
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10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on Street. Phone 515-R. adult. No pets. All convcn-l i your
I the patio. |I jun22-3tx iences. Near beach. $4600 j, 6-windows Electric f I
infants. 1321 Simonton.Furnished "
1214: Duval Street
TUESDAY i Sunday jun4-tl jun- i

2:001'.11.NavyCives.. Swim I 945A&1.-Java Club discussion Bungalow small store building
1 Group. I and lIme wove four 3 apartment available at 411 .
mint ;. Base Pupl on nice and
11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH I t lots. .size 50 x 120'each. in good William Street. junI6-I2tx cottage .i
i:0 P.l\l.-L" Naval Hospital : I Apply 1128 Margaret Street
section. This can be bought on
> Partv jomtlviith American 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections easy terms. Johnson &. John- Furnished apartment. adults no Phone 546-J jun.'ljtI
Red Cn*.* (2nd TUCX.UV i. announced. t son. Phone 372 I pets. Conveniences.50.00.. I
.:00 P.M.-U.S. Naval Hospital 9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on junl-tf 1:06 Florida Street Phone Small cottage for couple fui iI i--

i -F:ntcrtamei' to Wards (3rd 1003-W I ed Apply802 Simonton Sttett .
the Patio. Community Sing- ,
500 t-hcct. 8'z x 11. white newsprint -;
Tuesdav'). ing. Beatrice Moreno at the I Phone 444 jtinl9SlaFOR
I :5<:. Artman Press. Citizen; i ..
WEDNESDAY 1, Piano. 1 Building, Phone 51. bedroom furnished apart- ..
1:00 P.M. 11:00 PM.-Billiards. 10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour.G. I I mcnt. 1212 Olivia Street Apply RENT ROOMS :

e:Ping Pong Writing Room S. O. meeting 'Girls' Service f junl.-15t| 1210 South Street.

.' Showers. Organization), every 2nd junI-Ztx OVERSEAS HOTEL -
12.;30 PM Hospital Patitnts and 4th Monday Wrapping paper of various sizes. t 917 Fleming Street .
I Artman Press, Phone 51.
Fishing Part joint pit gram Game Room: Chinese Checkers Furnished studio apartmnet for Weekly Rates

NCCS. YMCA and Red Cio=.. chess, card, ping-pong, pool, jun21-7t I adult. No pet.. All cunvenicnccs $&.00 to $10.00 without Beth

1:00 P.l.I.-Z\n'v Wives Physic- WrIting desks library, current : White i Near beach. $4600 $1200 to $1500 with BaT'?
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al (itru.:. s Class magazines ,various table games 1214 Duval Stret. t jUn"i
t j mel $2.75 per gal S' DDT
2.00PM. Navvie.. Club. etc junl-tlA'-thurs-sat-U
Fly-go. 29c T>CT qt. Doherty & i
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630 P.M:Boxing; Class ,I hO\\'l't.S. tennis rackets, golfi REFRIGERATIONRefiiCeiation
; Co. 846
7 00 PJII.-Spanish ConversationGroup. i. clubs fishing, lines cameras, I I Phone 1597 Olivia cur. junll-tf Packer i Furnished 2 2-room apartment. j. -

j j checking service, film service, Utilities furnished Couple onKJ Holbnntk Senietdomestic

9oo.P.M.DanThn.e baipvOiche i mailing and wrapping packages New Majestic wire-recorder radio-I J Apply 913 Windsor Lane. and conimtnial Watt \

tra. ( receiving messages phone booths, I t junltfI guarantettt free estimate \
THURSDAY stamps, railway express service, I phonocraph.1139-W table model Call repair. Call t-I-W. junl'-

2.:1)0 PAL-Seaplane Base Pool. :. available to SERVICE PERSON- I runI8-6tx; Furnished two-bedroom apart- ; ,

Navy Wives. I EL. I rra-nt Apply 1500 Albiit.i tI

JOO AM. 500 PAL-Sewng Lesleigh Dav'-Director.. Phone 613-J junZ3-tf I' WANTED -

Machine, Typewriter. Writ-!f Gerald Pmder-Program Director REAL ESTATE TO SELL' \
1943 Ford. 4-door jrdan. 7000
ing Room. Showers. 1 miles practically: rteu $I< 00. Tuo-bcdroimi unfurnished apartment I
FRIDAY Lillian \\iav' r-Secretary. for rent. Furniture for MacArthur Village Dow>:te"

200 PM.- uftbdil! for NJVJivc Doreen Cruz Information I Concha Bill Mcvcrs.Hotel. Gift Counter. La sale with apartment Apply Key West Stock Island Aqo s

\\ at Bavvicvv Park |t Desk Aide. jun222tsBindix 1332 Seminarv jun3txFOR I where on the IslandWANTED :

::00 PM.-Pienatal Cla oj. Department -
tor. Washers irons, vacuums and Home Laund '. price $L-
9:00 Alt 5:00 P.M.-Sewing fans repaired. OBnaut. Phone 300. six Stutz lIot'I.oliO Fleming
plus notes on rquipmint. I LIST YOUR PROPERTY _
Machine, Typewriter, Writing I.i 1164-M. junl-tf 1012 Division Street Street. has a pulmanette apt'" or BUSINESS NOW
Room Showers. I junl9-6tx and several :sleeping rooms vacant. -

SATURDAY2W Floor sanding dune by experts I Low ""t.ckhor- month I I FOR SALE ..

PM.-Boxing Training. Free estimates givtn. Phone Hand Hot portable washing ma- rates jan:=-tr New 2-Room Frame Cottage.J"11.
1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Dn-smg I r
163. or call at 701 Caroline St. chine and Little Magic: "'rinl'r.U i 1
Rooms. Showers for Bathers I, junl?-tf cd about dozen times. $33 FOR SALE OR LEASE hill) J. 1)IUNREALTOR

SUNDAY Phone 1052: -XM. jun9-3tx I
10.00 A: .M.-Communion Bnak Caroline bhtip 223 Ann Street, Tip Top Bakery and last Chitchat Club U.S. Sub home with two
will remain fxn through June Double bed springs and mattress
Bast, (2nd Sunday). doing a nice busimsi.. i ASSOCIATE
with increasing stuck of new da v bed. 3-burmr gas plate I
100PM. Pitna Swimming inexpensivecottons for slipcovtrs ,- Barbell s..-t. Cheap Apply 915 Eaton Strctt Phone 895-njun22 i Office 524 Southard St. Phone I1

1\*>1. Wiener Roast (sign up and draprncs From 10 to 10-I Pi'incianj Jtin21-2tx : -;jlx -
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Information services, housing.I j II Saturday afternoons I Baby high chair. Apply I209Division ; I
city maps. |+ junlS-7t Street i ijun21 TilE
Religious literature : II!
library. 2txPhilcw
telephones stamps, wrapping anJ WANTED TO RENT Key West Floor Covering Co.
packages I I
railway expitbs - radio for Ford, $25.W. Dial

service, laundry pickupavailable Family ,.f thiit. ..idultpormanerit control for "37 model New i i( 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1454
to all defense forces I I
-Iti'nb. di-m" cottage or acnaL 3001 Harris Ave '
and their families. small house Phone ;j9K. : junCl-3tx': I I Has Just Keen ,"I'IJ1I1e,1
MRS. E. s. COUGMUN.Executive

MISS HILDA CASTILLO.Secretary, jun193txTRANSPORTATION : Vacuum cleaner McAilistu twgUs i i i iI I Exclusive Distributor in Key West

tank All
tvpe attacl
Secretary i I merits Like De"rnon 'l III I I I for j j"Kentile"

Wanted Fi'mar passeoger to 1123-W. jun21-3tx J! j I
IUkv slices of eggplant that New J
York Share expensesThursda I TILE
have been dipped in a flour coating I I Leaving ASPHALT
1122 Si-
Complete paint spraying outfit,
the j
in OATH Spread them on munton.
a baking dish covei with tomato junl9-3tx consisting of twin cylinder compressor .i Waken oj the Finest Blended Colors, I II
'j h motor,
: p. quart
sauce and crated cheese If the Lady driving
to New York Thurs1941 \
slices are a little less than uoc- day. Chevrolet. container. 3-gaUon container. 2 Including White Blue &Iivry f fI
Di irtt sets of air and paint ho A.. with
half inch they will need about lads JJASRI1ger, bare j I
CO mutes in a moderate (3i F.1 i'i 1122 Simonton expenses &:un. Apply Rocs Spincei 1023
oven. Upstairsjun222tx Virginia Street 1 I for FREE

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: 909 Simontoii St. : IF If lz n plrim[ ] WE REPAIR IT! ;, : ; POOR. OLD CRAIG :
Nice Selection of and SOUVENIRS
t i' Ownership-Mara9enient GIFTS : ,, ,: Lit"(, W E SELL IT | ., :. a ; .:
. e of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty I of Action Toys for the Ch'ld. .
55 We Will Call For and WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station
BREAKF" . SEE OUR Electrical : 30 Years' Experience in Electrical Work ., : s ) .
t AST.; 8 to 11 SHOWING of Appliances J. H BRADY. Man.g.r PHONE 1S4 ;

,1 : :e eLUNCHEON."DINNER. 5 to 11:30 8:30'to 2 : .......+...ss5..5s.......-.........5..5.......... ; 211 Duval Street> ; ... Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. s' Francis and Division Strveu :

:......55555..................555.5.55555555..... ELECTRIC 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tubes Batteries Auto AccessoriesTour 5
J The Best of Steaks . ; TELEPHONE S : 822 SIMONTON STREET :
. Orders-Sandwiches : HOME l\' SUNDRY STORE i ....................................{........ : ...........PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"Short ......
. At All Hours : :..................... :.....55.....,,-.......5..I Dry Cleaning .s......................................SSSSSSS .....
: 1207
Try Our Frozen : : PRITCHARD : :! : and Pressing 4
"Your Invited"Ice i RUSSELL'S
I 1 t Open Daily and Sunday, ; : Free Pick-Up and .
Cream Medicine FUNERAL r
..: 8 A.M. to MidnightFURNITURE : : Proprietary : : : DRY Delivery ServiceSUITS AVAILABLE .
. .......................: : Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ; : : GOODS : : for MEN : : 0 find.leaning: llejMirins uiul I'lushing
J : Toilet I'rejtarations and Articles S : HO M E : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : and WOMEN : AUTO AHD :
.ee.eeeeeeeee.....J....s.............5..5ss.s... : Made-lo-Mea I : o ffitONGW2S ,

I ..........""".."" ........ ........ ... : PHONE 373 PHONE 282"ure BODY cHOP
.. .......................... : Let Those Serre. ; s 603-05 GREENE STF.ILT.I:
:: Who Serre Best I ..................... ........ .
1A MUMFORD I { and ROSS SpecializingWomen's s...5s.5.s5.5.s5.5..55...... .. .sa5
G 0
'v, E Z ., 220 DUVAL STREET 1: WE HAVE IIEVEH: J 5 .n. S .eeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeFuneral .. ......5...,...................5...........55555s .. "

CO. Excluaire Monroe County Distributors forCarrier BETRAYED A TRUST- I and ; : : .. CAROLYN E.\tjf "
720 DUVAL STREETJiivmif : AirConditioningfor e : LO P EZ : + Overseas Hotel 913 Fleming St. ".I
Furniture : ; ; Service; J 3Telephone Children'sApparel .. .. DONALD BARBER ,
JHH'SEIIOJ.U ; ; Domestic and Commercial Use : ; : : "
518 ServiceEstablished .. We In
J33 PHONES 9150 : Specialize
FIKMTMM-: ..."..'o.a...................................... Never Sleeps e : 1885 ; Scalp I Treatment Hair Dyeing t...

Plastic Inlaid! B CongolcumAxmiasJer roa df ct.: : ......... .... ,...................... .1.......................1 ; Phone 173 ALL. TTPK nw' 'lIKI.r-vr. CtHTIS ;,
..........5.s..s...a......................s.a Licensed Funeral ......................PEH"'IoE'IoT.....: ..: ..."..UKt...!.........

RADIOS and 90lPO. A : Directors and : .....................................':,.......,.

Appliances"Terms s; Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances J Q ,.1.' 'AArYERS :. Embalmcrs24lloiir :. ,: STELES: BEAUTY NOOKScientific :

: \la-liin*; Machines for Immediate Delivery ; ; Beauty Culture 1q :
Arranged"OPEN + In All I I Branches
MON.TILL and 9:00 SAT.P.M., ; HOME APPLIA' Ambulance' Thoroughly Experienced '. f' ::

i. ...................... 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 ContractorFREE Service Operators .
................................................ ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED ; Soft Water DiM Exclasively : -
:..................."...........................0 : Telephone S127. 114 DuTal Street.Jefferson Hotel ;: Phon. 135 Night 696 Phone 637 536 Fleming SL \ / :
_5555555555555555555554 m ......5.555............55................... ......5.......5..s5s5. .......................... .................."
: : !\ 55555555555555555555555555555555555555555555 .............................................:
PRICE TOURS : : Key West r Garden & Lawn Supply.I 2 When low {Kant FASTER, BETTER ....................... i Fo'r customers Friends and the Public. Incited :

: : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 i : ; : Salon :
PassengerRepresentative : : : FLOOR SANDING Key West FlaSOUVENIRS I Frances Beauty
: : Full PET SUPPLY Line : 9 On Old or: New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE Frances Own :

iI forFLORIDA :: : Full; GARDEN; SUPPLY Line :I 5 CiicrGiilretl; Work Modern Methods ; hearty 1010 Culture GRINNELL in all STREET its Phases :

EAST., Courteous Senior and Delivery : I J. DOUGLAS i TREVOR ,S CONCH SI1ELLS .a / Permanents Scalp Treatments ::

COAST RAILWAY ............................... .................. I ]1IK29}; Harri-. Avenue Phone 1374-R 1 ; All_SUes Facials Shampoo Manicuring :
; .'............................................. Phone 1331 !
Mow Located lied ..eeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. ............................................. COCOANUTSSPONGES .................For...Appointment.............................
Save 20 ........................................ .. .
DR. (COBO'S: :: on dwellings%, Fire{ Insurance I I Landscaping 1 Marl I I and Top Soil : Tlf 9 I'IIUIu: : ,: I. :
5 OFFICE nl rcllntll. ; : 1 rtlarion s 1Duvet SUEd
s S J. bldgs. house. by INSURING withAtlantic J TOP SOIL. 5G-!O PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK J3] :.
FLEMING' STREET : hold and personal : MARL HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDS : Will Ship to Any Port : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON
Rear of La Concha Metal Mutual l Fire Insurance Co. : Southernmost House in the U.SJV. :
: effects. ; Also Lo's: Cleaned and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable of U.S. or Canada
' Save 15% oa All Policies NonAssessableJ. g, Featuring . :
e S. Palacio I : ,
: PHONE 124 ]MercantileStock 1021 Olivia St. Marcy .3 Mitl.\, Y- .
l' ............s.......SS : ln Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 G .:r: E"I .C9 ; 401 South Street 11, .Sti I"ol nf..lllrlll+' .. : ,
0 v t; b PHONE[ 801 1"halli".11la..t.: AliTI111)1)MifW:. ))*.*. ........................5....................; KEY WEST FLORIDAeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . T\I',\\\ lIn 1'}' H;K; ..

................5.....*............ 5 ...............................55.5.......5 .. r...........s 0.5 ........................
: JEFFER ON COFFEE SHOP .-.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeREAL ., .............................................
B & B CYCLE SHOP j j u : : For More Natural ;
I Ride the Bus to the : 118 DUVAL STREET ESTATE : Hair Tinting ;
: : : or Finest
Phone 1013 Open Daily and Sunday,
822 Fleming! St. R.M.Daniels.Prop. ea. in Permanent
: er r : : Cushraan Motor Scooters J I SERVING 5 P.M. lo 1.A.M. Appraisals : >i 1 Wares . ;

Immediate Delivery : COMPLSTE Uinners Lease* : ., Beauty
. Sales and Service f 5 +
BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches Rentals : .
Seats fT Rental t I erYlce 4.......a55555.,5..5.............eeeeeeeeevee lUanagement. Colony 1i 11
TAKE O Buddy ...............................5ss5ss....5... Improved and VacantProperties ; ; t5 521 Southard :
In ..
NO BUS..1 ,.tt.,4. m ', JJJ U ANCE :. and Monroe Key County West a. 1 f I Next Street to Southernmost

S to the : eWind.lticld, : 1 : ; J. OTTO : Beauty .
d School ,
: GOLF ,
J. ti FIRF W1M AUTO BONDSend < 4
O Footrests .
s t S : ,., ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : 'kt Beautician* .

.S Have Fun!! i : Also DAYTON BICYCLES" and ; Key I West Insurance Co. : 919 411 Whitehead Fleming Street Street :5 .. .: '. Specializing Most Modern in :

: GOLF CLUB : : RUBBER ENAMEL: : j Pfcase of ...
KEY WEST : STEELCOTE 818 SIMONTON STREET PHONE U71Dirct'ly ; Phones 124 and 73S-R

........ ........ ...: .................... ................. in Front of Postoffice : Beauty Culture :
s 5 ..5................55555......555.s.s5 s .....s.........' .............5.5 e**5*..**..*e.*............. Telephone... 206 for .lpr>oinlnieiit... 5 e5.
/ .................s5.....s.....s......5...... + 5' '- SEHABLAESPANOL ee e.
1 ..1 r' LES REDAtRED !........................1I

.' 24"H RS"S RVic :: i !1 FOR RENT I BEAUTIFYYour INSURANCEOFFICE Good Work-Low Prices : d

Experience in Waichnaking FOR SALE 55 5

qualifies us to assure: ., ., Our Customers Must #. Entire House with ; : Daily. between 9:30 AJ*. and 3:30P.M. O.1f'':.--., ,... D.;
you accuracy and dependability : -Appointments are acccp'edfrom ..
f ''
S in repairs.S. Satisfied fJ.\ iNLAID 5in SO[I\UU! ) : public by Senior Students of 't\"il".: ''
h"4 Whether it is the inexpensive ; 920:>> DIVISION STREET PHONE'TsYl) : 1 LINOLEUM \t,::. 5 5a
hTIIEET{ 5 "l
S : : s ; TheSouthernmost .3. :
seven jewel or
; the most ccstly: seventeen ,+ OVERSEAS &LSP..LDRUM"BAR"and"? :5 or ASPHALT TILE ; Opposite Bus Station \ -=; h

jewel, infinite care is always *......................... ... School L
guaranteed ....... EXPERTLY INSTALLED ; : ) ; ; :
1 hJllt of Culture V
'IVo.l Beauty
If your watch is not : : 1CLL1IIONE: 1454 FOR ESTIMATEKey
; giving you complete satisfaction '
why not bring Z : West 523 Southard Street j1

it in? Our charges are. extremely : : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT ; : -THE- ; 5 There are a number available with\over 8W hours :
reasonable.DAN of state approved instruction who know the latest
..: : 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 S ; PorterAllen .
phases culture.
in beauty These
: : : stuu nt beauticians<<
VAROLL : _"WeDelver"----- Floor i C : under expert supervision of a licn>ed acbr of ii
r ; WATCH and JEWELRY :. : 9 l .Tt Drinks and Coldest Bee in Town ; : Covering o. ;. 5 beauty culture do good work at very. Ijw prices. Although .
S REPAIRING Company : : appointments are not required, it Is advisable. :
0 I al"k:l cd Goods I 130 D' VA.L STREET KEY WEST. FLORIT : For Appointment Stop at .
Work Done On Premises : .:...........?....... ... ........................SSSSSSSSSISS5S5S555SS. :.....................;. 523 SOUTHARD ST. or PI1ONEJ7 :
S : 51.; Fleniim Street s .5.SS.ii::::::::::...... ...... ..... ..
...G......._._ .:.....: a 5 55e s : .......5..........5.:...55.............1.
.. ... ..
..5 .. 5.. .....555..................5.. : .

S : When You Go ; : FAN S sHoo lo sit! Uooff & : f'e.: ;;;: ;:(1,1(1As: ;; ; When Von l:Wear;;Can or tiny I'se'fTf Fur lean :: : s 1;O..H. .N..C.U..R..R. .y. ;:

s Food ShoppingBe (;.\Sit or TFJniS[ -? IRadio : 17 V"C Regular S12-35 Values S10. S : .
: Sure to Get . : 1 lIIji 1> O PANTS Regular $10.35 Values $7.93:; : .
,: TIlt' I a.ln.r ..
; ; tadirW* CXAT: SUITS 1 1 II IAI.F.PItjCE: "

df-o.tJ., : : A4 RepairM : : I LI die*.' DRKSSES: Greatly Reduced ; ; //ixfa//rfff; ,,,.; anil! /r/,(lira
; lMt.r! : : in o.slli riorid.i . : : ;
!X" Couch Covers Linens Curtains .Plastic Table Cloths '
: v.JII t1j. ty,. See Beautiful New *'<';:'cic En:1o.:: : and Aprons .Silver ware .Radios ElecUic Irons ,
S y I-n U. I IST1ti11TI: :,. O1 1.1.' tI 11 15: T
y Raao-Prnnron at
foundation of Today'sMeal .. Table : "Convenient Terms Aranged"HAMILTON -
S -1- : I s anil Le >atis/ird

: RALPH rARALDO' Planning PHOla: : :. Han Al's Music Co. :: TELEPHONE MERCANTILE 1312 CO. : : 1))10JleflslI) 781 and 229-W' .

Th. Latest '
E..WNtAa"" inS HIT ao..0a. Southard Strict 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St. : 312 :3I\RC\RiT: STREET: '

..: ., RECORDS PHONE= lOiil : : ........ ........ ....... ................. ..51 .:1
.. 5.551
.............. s 5 5 s 5 a.s5 5 .55,5..5 5 _ .55.eisa...........eiae.........555.51aset 51.5. :

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TUESDAY.' JlfXE 22.o4S '

PAGE SIX ._ - THE: ---
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ill- '" '- -.- .- 1 1i CQMTJlMEMBERS Iii ALAibAM.'
How To Be Comin';; . i The Weather

'I :. ,.-. J."j I
'Round Mountain\ } : : aa s .

And Remain Alive!, !j tfey \Vesl and Vicinity: Partly

'i cloudy with Scattered showersand
*l* \.TCBfriilBrr. I I aN L thunderstorms tonight
I! i- 1 3 a
DENVER. You're heading ? i and Wednt>Sd.. Not much:r

Vest on your vacation and planto I change in temperature. Moderate ,

do some mountain driving? I 1 .r Ito I fresh east and southeast ti .

Well, take heed of these tips !| winds. I

and you will find it safer than Florida: Partly cloudy this; .:
barreling down those straight i it "afternoon, tonight and Wednes- I ,\ :

concrete strips across\ the prair ... : I day with scattered afternoon and I.
i i showers and thunder.i
ies.The : ,evening ,
Colorado Highway Patrol: i i storms. Few night and early I ,
suggests: t K a i' I morring showers southeast'' I
Keep right When you edge coastal sections. j Ij j
around a blind turn you expect 3 Mf' 1 East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville I ; J Jj
your side of the road to be clear. I II Ii j Thur the Florida Straits: I

.. The approaching driver has aright s I Moderate southeasterly winds' rt :
to the same exoectation. i i [over soutli: portion occasionally ry p
Take it easy on those brakes.
extreme south
fresh over
When going down hill, shift into I I i i
iI jtion thij afternoon, tonight por-I ; a s3t
lower gear. Don't shift into neu- ;
I {Wednesday.: Partly
tral and coast. You have to keep I j weather with scattered showers
I II !
youf car under control.
i and l thunderstormsJacksonville
Don't try to show how you car it !I to Apalachicola: I .
"puHs this hill in high." When it t i No small craft or storm warnings I I Ij < e
drops below 20 miles an hour
issued -
shift into second.Don't J !
... ,. . .
alorg the j Report -- ---- --- ------ -- --
stop car
road to admire nature.. Up the 1.\1' \\ r'ph..'..,,) \1' I'h..i..)
i Key West Fla.. June 22. 1948
road a way the highway depart POLICE OFFICERS OF TWO COUNTIES HOLD ROCKS which Sheriff Tom Werncck said Wayne i!.Observation taken at City Office. I OF THE ALABAMA STATES' RIGHTS Executive Committee conf r in Biranigham:

ment has provided parking Williams (seated in left picture) admitted: using to: kill his wife end injure his four-year-eld f 8:30: AJU, EST) I II I I Friday as part ct a permanent! organization cf Alabama states' rights! Democrats opposing President -

out space locking where you the road.can stop with- j child. Mary Berniee (right). Warnock said William, :31. of S:3tUe. Wash bludgeoned: the woman I| Temperature I Ii Truman's civil rights program Left t? right: Tom 'U. rnatlIT' Tslladega: Charles Wiggins.

Pbesrve those signs "Deer on I and little girl with the heavy reeks and then pashed them! over a 50 foot cliff. i Highest:; yesterday 88 i if I Jasper: Robert Knox Green. Grce=bGro: Sidney V:. Srnyer. Eirmin-jharr.: end Robert Albritton.

Highway" and "Bridle Path," --- ---- - - - - lowest last night 73 Andalusia. Abernathy and Albritton:: arc too cf the? state's II electors who h&va pledged not to
cause chances are a deer be-I ; Mean 83 vote for Truman or any Democratic, rtminec i: ,: v ho does not disavow the: civil rights program
come bounding across in frontof
i PrecipitationTotal I
your car. .--------- -----------------------------------------""
.03 ins.Total '
last 24 hours
Ma tlii.> month -85 io... '
Dt"lwlf'm'v, this month 2.55 irL .1 A
(Know America) ,rlt ter""' Total thH year 17.59 !in..l J, t! fUt h'/tl rot U c
4.fi8 ins.i . / s!
Mrs. Charles A. (Anna Spencer I Exo <> this year
I 1 .
Morrow) Lindbergh, author, born I i I Relative Humidity
at 8:30 A.M. 1
41 (> \
y :ara ago.Admiral I I
Joseph F. Failey.! commandant I I 1
of the Coast Guard. boi nat i
Cfiea Level) 8:30 A.M. I

Dr.Oxford Edgar Ohio Van 59 Nuys years Allen ago. of I' tr.L 30.08 io.o-IOI3.0 m">. II liE fffO1I !
I !
the Mayo Clinic chief of the Division Tomorrow's Almanac
of Internal Medicine at the Sunrise 5:39: ajn. I I

Cleveland Clinic born at C" I Suns t 7:19 P" I I I tI
N -br., 48 years ago. M.Jom'I"- 9:28: p.m.
Moonsft 7:17: a.m.TIDEs 1
George Fielding: Eliot of New I
York military writer, born in I ; I BRINGS YOU THE AMAZING 1
Brooklyn, N. Y., 54 years ago. 1
William S. Gilmore, editor of Tomorrow 1t
the Detroit News horn in Prince !1 (Naval base", ) SUPER-CUSHION TIRES MOUNTED t

ton. Ind., 64 years ago. i). Eastern Standard Time) I 1
David M. Goodrich board i a i! to High Lnw 1
chairman of the B. F. Goodrich .....- ..... .. .......> 10:23: a.m. 3:4C a.m. ON SAFETY-RIM WHEELS FOR EXTRA
Company, born in Akron. Ohio. t lkr. 5:38 p.m. I 1
72 y irs ago. I I
Erich M. Remarque, famed ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
author, born in Germany. 50 years r't Reference Station: Key West 1 PROTECTION AND COMFORT.CUSTOM > t
I I It
ago. Time of| Height of
Dr Julian Huxley director- E r StationTid. high[ water I
general of the U.N. Educational Bats Honda '
Scientific and Cultural Organiza 1ro '(bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft I l 7
tion English biologist-author No Name Key ,
born 61 years ago. y < least end) _+2h 20m - -
Boca Chica / -

Three Historic CAP "\Virrphot) i (Sandy Point)-Oh 40m

WITH WORK COMPLETED ON INSTALLATION OF SEATS and with most of the stale stand- Caldes Channel
ards set in place. Philadelphia's convention hall was all set when this picture was taken for the : (north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft.
Characters oOoI
Republican National Convention that started Mcnday.: This view is from the speakers' rostrum. j
:I I NOTE: 1
-- -- ------- --- - --- -- -- -- -- --- .1 *(-)-Minus sign: Correctionsi I 1

REECE RESPONDS TO C.O.I) CHEERS; Youth i I i to be subtracted. II I 1
"-'- SpendsIts I| (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to! 1 I

I be added. I 4-DOOR SEDAN-Brilliant styling with room for
< Own i (h-Hour. j ,
Money() I t
4 1 ., (m-Minute I i ift. six six-footers and lots of luggage too. I
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Z Y nZu ( )-Jeet.i
'! ',< CHICAGO.-(AP). A hundred -: I

1J > r hors and girls from Miles:I i One sixth i of all the life I 1 I

('n'\:. Montana. had a good timeon ante now in force in the irulur-I
-tI >
thru own mom-y. The unusual States is group life
f fuiip of visitors to the Chicago I
k< Niituial History Museum reported of baby-sitting, lawn-mowing.
th- trip was paid for from savings and helping householders with|
a i out of earnings in odd jobs their spring cleaning. i 1
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asr"k I ; 1 Ill II

I r z_ aas, 1 I I I

... 1 i
i SUBURBAN-Station wagon utility and sedan luxury; }

v WISE 1 I 1 carries up to nine passengers. II I II I



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alt K I 777 I W WEDDINGSr, I II IS I I

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REP. CARROLL REECE of Johnson City. Tern., chairman of Why guess when you buy her damond > :; i 1 1I
b ? Choose it with care and you11beh 1 --- -
the Republican National Committee, flings his arms wide and ,
smiles broadly in response to delegates cheering his address at i : get the satisfaction that comes / I 1I
I i that hove the best -
with I
the opening of the G.O.P. convention in Philadelphia Monday.VTTTTTTVTTTVVrVVVTVVTfTTVTTTVVTVTTTTTTVTVT knowing you I
i I your money can buy. We suggest you 'I I I
i II
T' t L .' .. i' drop in and let us advHe you. We'll f1 .- I CUSTOM CLUB COUPE-Six-passenger comfort with
I . explain the difference; in diamonds ,
r! I full-width, chair-height I
end PROVE<< how you con get BETTER seats.

: .I.. : . .' value hers! i 1 __ =


o--J'.n Go Prices during Buy your Diamond at POLLOCK'S, where you receive
the benefit of of in the diamond
r generations experience
; 4rs Midsummer Sole! I : b
.. I market at no additional cost . EVERY DIAMOND i
A' M I D- I, .
} ,.
; J 'f" 0" tower your living! I t ta

eAses. tr/ buying at the I
,. !. **.f fx>/., in. Sears a SUMMER '

,J 1 1 .:a t ,4.Iltllt.., ./,1. took.Mt 53995 : 1

,.oW.a4 N.t.. IA.rgoim. I j

#_ '+,' ad.4 ,.,,,,.1/, SALE t o c 7-diamondwedding f fI II I CONVERTIBLE ClUB COUPE-Style plus
: 1 comfort
bond for I
I' I
!*iV4)h's4N. It 1 air-minded motorists; power operated top.NAVARRO .

I r'.f.A / Catalog I POLLOCK'S. j
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,. = t -'V +r514 K..w..Ln1. 1 Oppt. ,.itt. U... Station 1'11\1: fA)(1I ht.ti We.t. "b.

tti1 ate Presides. Duval St 1
as : -:4 I
J r..... DS jrk, ,,_.. ",1. aNS "" ._ ., .... "Ad venture with Christopher Well Every: Tuesday 9:30 P.M_ 1
t ,..* ftnipn Mlaltifet Wolfwar. ..Jtf.r ,' tt;:. fC.' PHONE 1560-TODAY 'One of Key We.C. Oldest Jewelers" Station W.G.B.S. I

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TUESDAY: Jr\T. 22, 1918 .< __ 1'fIE KEY WEST CITIZEN_ ----- --- -q ._ PAGE SEVEJi


VETERANS WIN FROM( 1 1 +' SOUTHERN GOLF FINALISTS '"" ,' i f ft \ 111111"I4".s..r6111111111IArI"SdSIJfTI. :ES'a. '1i.; :


Kantor's Mom Shop Down'rr !

VX-1 Flyers; Sweeting i ,,I Griffen Will Try I I

On !Mound 1 ,Allow Seven II I t f fI fL + .
J For Another Witi : K
Hits; I i ir :

Two good games were playedin Against Sports
the Softball leagues in Bav. J l
view Paik last night the Veterans 1 '
Naval Hospital, a Class B softball -f ,
for Foreign Wars winningover ,
the Subron 4, by score of 7 team that has won two games j j
from the Elks Club, will t
to 5, and Kanlor's Men's Shop on i ;
beating the VXI Flyers, 4 to 1. the Elks again in the opening tr
battle I
of uoubltheader
In the nightcap, the Kantor's tonight
at Bayvicw Park. Martin will bon
frame Men Shop when won they in the scored very three first the mound for the Hospital.I 1 1i
mm and! Joe Lewis<< will match I
runs on two singles, an error
wits tgamst: him fur tlw Elks. .
and a double by Meador to right !
I Class A League-leading Bob'sSfxtit i
that got away from rightfieliler I
;sa }
Shop will stack
all the ', up against y i
and die came way home. :
(, In the fifth, they added theirlast '!!| third-place Adams hairy in the I II Ii I ;
second tonight. Itaneock.the .
run on a home by E. Swqct-I game ysY
, ing to deep let center. Flyersscored I leagues leading I tcsstr. Will 4. GS
toe the slab fur the
4 t I Sportsrneo
their lone in
tally the
},; J first inning when DeRose and "Sut-" Giiffen,another outstanding fd6 5 'n
walk-I softball will I 1
I pitcher: oppose r
<; ed, stole second, and scored'
him on the hill for the Dairy- q .f rn>
t 3 single by Bryon. I I .
I I men. Griffen from the
' ; .
: In the fourth, Henshon tripledand nUI
Sportsmen in his last
was out at the plate appearanceon i I .
on a
- the hill against this club. The !
perfect throw home. I I ( I-I -t. I
loss we:.; the first suffered/ by Bob's I
;: In the sixth with one out Crandall GEORGE HAMER (right) cf Columbus. Ga. looks more elated j'
Sport Shop ;in 14 starts. .
; Rk.ity-
.. doubled and two walks" but his fellow Georgian. Gene Dahlbender. Jr. (left), cf Atlanta. I
:- i ed the bases, but Demaris fill-I'I was the winner in the Southern Amateur Golf Tourney in Atlanta I .I'Ihe
Henson failed to come -
Saturday. Dahlbender defeated Hamer. 3 and 2. in the !
In the opening game, the 1
City Recreation I 36-hole final natch. That big piece cf silver between the two I I III
wit htwo walks an dtwo hits and
1 an error scored three runs and I II golfers is the trophy awarded, Dahlbendcr for the victory.i I !\ ;'. -
t i !lOrI
in the second their I ,
won game on -- - - --- --- -- - --- -
ProgramSOFTBALL thla-
three hits and three walks. I I I I
Bremmer did not allow a hit i( Yankees Indians '>s4 !!
; : Yrnt
or a run from then on I ;; ....-
Subron scored two in the third
: on a walk and two singles and, Bayview Park Night 1 ri lu

i their last three in the fifth. ,I,I TONIGHT Browns Beat Athletics ,IJ"
I At bat Foster hit one in his I First Game --Adams Dairy vs.
j oft! ytime at bat.. Matthews hit Bob's Sport Shop. I!
i one in two tries. Second Game-Elks Club v.: CARDINALS: WIN1IRAVMS Hunl[ --, f t tA t a'Its :,..
For the Vets, Arias hit two Naval Hospital.' k
safely.In THURSDAY ; IlonCEKS 5
the field Valdez. How Stand American writer
Hapkins.Jteans First Game-Bob's Sport Shopvs. They printer patriot thIn -
!\, and Fallon for the vets SubRon 4. TO U OVER IMRATES ; ,
and Mason, Stenger, and Pancho Second Game-VX-1 vs. Naval I -s
l hv
Huerta were the I best for the Hospital. IN NIGirrCAMK; ; "
losers. FRIDAY- I I Florid -lntern tional i I diplomat I and physicist :

Score, first game: R. II. E. First Game:-VFW vs. Adams NEW YORK, June 22-New i, Baseball League : . t theO
SubRon 4 002 030-5 4 2 Dairy. York Yankees eaSily defeatedthe Club- W. I. Pet. I ,
VFW 340 OOx-7 5 4! Second Game-Elks Club Vs. league-leading Cleveland Indians Havana 49 24 .C7I "
Bremmer and Temple, Iberia; Kantor'sIcon's! Shop. last night by a scone of 13 .
2. Ollie Tampa 47 27 .635 iroian -
Harris and Fallon.Timebase MONDAY- to Reynolds allowed the
Iiit3: : Foster Harris;! First Game:-VX-1 vs. Kan'torY Cleveland. team nine hits but St. Petersburg( 40 30 .520!! > ?fiI ?
Facrifice hit: Maste.ns; struck out: : Mens Shop.Secon(1 kept them well" scattered.St. -Lakeland ZZ:: 33 .500! If" -

l y Bremmcr 3, by Harris 1; leases I Game--Adams: Dairyvs. Louis Browns downed the I Miami Beach 35 40( .467 by

on balls: off Bremmer 8, by Harris -: SubRon 4. the Ptiiladephia only other Athletics American, 9 to 8, in ;;West Palm Beach 33 42I 10 i !MASTER\ in fields its From' ;
League .
proud heritage.
1; time of game: 1.15; umpires: JUNE 29- I played lest |Miami 3143: .419 many part, I di'lH
Villarral and Griffen.S First Game--Naval Hospital vs. game nght.!:
St. Louis Cardinals. I beat the I IFoit Iau lcnalo) . 2C 4i) .347: an
-,. = j Snondc1'Elks Club. "Bob's Sport,' Boston. Braves 1 .t<> 0, last night; ""- i I Benjamin "Franklin served his his. small Philadelphia printing i thiillou
(Ore, fit-fund: gain: R. II. E.: I Brooklyn Dr -;i s nipped thePittoburgh ,I
VX-1 100 000-1 7 21 Shop vs. VFW. It. t Island City Baseball League
Pirates, 5 to 2, wlul '
Kantor's 300 Olx-4 6 2 JULY 1- the Cincinnati Reds defeated the l Club- W. K Pet. early I apprenticeship a s a shop to the giant modern
Henson and Damanis: ; E. Sweet- First ne-Kantor's) Mere- Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3. SubRon Four 4 0 1.000 i,: ?

ing and FK'itas. Shop vs. Naval Hospital The scores: ..t Bombers 3 2 .600 At 16 he became the of skilled crafts-
Second Game-Bob's Sport ,
Home run: E. Sweeping; three- AMERICAN printer. plants today,
LEAGUE Adams! Dairy 2 3 ZW I
Shop vs. ;
lx hit Henson two-base hits: j
;>e : : .
Crandall, Meador. E. Sweeting; JULY 2First Night Game R. U. I Scorpions 0 1 .000 1' editor and of his have striven
stolen\ l>ases: DeRose. Fleitas; Game-Elks Club vs. E.I publisher men continually oS tm ;U
New York
13 13 : Baseball
VX-1. OJ Major Leagues
Henson 6, by andNavy
chuck out
:: : by I
Cleveland 292
Sweeting 4; bases on balls: off Second VFW. Game-SubRon 4 vs. Reynulds and Niarhoa; Boardon,t' AMERICAn own newspaper. for improvement and perfec-I ..
Henson 1 ,off Sweeting 4; time of ,t K yjnJ
JULY Gromcl: and Hegan. Club- W. L. Pct. .

game Villareal.: 1.15; umpires: Griffon and First Sport Gam-Shop.*-SubRon 4 vs.Bob's Night Game 1,New Cleveland York 33 34 23 19 .589.64%j i,, To Franklin, American publishing tion in the technical art of[ : ?rim; /-

both Aguilar. r
Scorer : .
Second Game Kantor's Mens R. H. E. Philadelphia 33 26 .559
Shop \'\ Naval Hospital. St. Louis "9 18 5 Boston 27 2fi .509 j i and printing owes. in printing.) in
Philadelphia 870 Detroit 23 23 .509 ,
Start 2nd Round JULY 6- txu::
First Game-=; Adams Dairy Vs. Kennedy, Widmar Shore and "Washington 25 32 .4391 : ;
Moss Simmons St. Louis 22 :32 \iJ .
VFW. Darter ; Nalic-m. i .4071 ,ik;
I ur
Of Baseball At Second Game-VV-1 vs. Elks' and &'rnini(' ;,Chicago I7 33 I ;avv InI

Boca Chica FieldVCN2 JULY 8- NATIONAL LEAGUE ,' Club- W. L. Pct.1Roston I I S --
Game .
First GamE-VFW: vs. Boris Night :
34 23 .5961 I
H. E.
R. ;
inaugurated the second Sport Shop.Game Kantor's Men St. Louis 1 C 0'i', Pittsburgh 32 24 .571 ,
Second ;
070 p i St. Louis 31 23' .534': + + + Ci
round of baseball in Key West Shop vs. VX-1. Boston I''Nw YOlk 29 26 ,527 !
and also the new baseball fieldat July 9First- Braylo and Rice; Spalin and .
Philadelphia 2. 31 .466!
Boca Chica with a win over Game-SubRon 4 vs. Masi. 1 1, '
Brooklyn 24 29 .43:) .
the Fleet Sonar school. Adams Dairy. ..4171I i _
I Cincinnati 2534 ..
VCN-2 overcame a two run Second Game-Elks Club vs. Night Game -
Chicago 23:3111 \ -
lead by Sonar to win the game Naval Hospital. ILLIi.F'I I "
with ten hits while Sonar col- (NOTE-All managers Uke notice Brooklyn 550 I k.
frc'tnl eleven' hits. All will be playedas Pittsburgh 2 8 Softball Leaziifs |
Poprey lead the hitting attackfor :scheduled games and no changes Singleton and Fitzgerald i 1 Class "A" I For more than thirty years THE ARTMAN i PRESS !has spared i

VCN-2 by collecting three will be made in the schedule.) : Branca and Hodges. : Club- W. I.. Pet.Bob's .

hits and a walk, while Hook lead :i Sport Shop 13 1 ..923Vets J no effort to produce only the highest quality printing. Each \jfc- .
the losers by four hits in six JUNIOR SOFTBALL Night Game : of Foreign Wars 9 6 ..608i ) ,

trips Hulvey going to the a was full plate.the nine winning innings pitcher with- Bayview Park.Morning Afternoonand Cincinnati Philadelphia R.313 4 II.7 E.0 01 I I;i:! SubR"l1I Adams Dairy 2 5 13 9 .3.133:>71, job, large or small, receives the full henefit of long experience i. ;, -;-

Daily play. I ClassS"
strike-outs his credit I' zF.
eleven to
j VL.. Pet. ,
Mattera started the game for I in the !trade. _
Sonar but was relieved in the TENNIS Title Mixed\ Elks Club 9 4. .692! ''
Park. Afternoonand KantoiV Mens: Shop 8 6 .571 '
Smith. Bayview
third inning by "Doctor" i
i I' .
6 8 .429Naval ss
VX-l fe
The last two innings of the Night With Romance
Hospital 4 !9 .303
baseball game proved to be the Daily play.:: ,

most exciting with VCN-2 hold- I PERTH Australia. (AP). -I| r I II I 8 .
ing onto a large lead and Sonar < SKATING Jean Emily Sione. a 26-year-old Good,

desperately rome within coming one run back of tyingthe to FRIDAY BayrUw Park. Night I she country heard 6irl.her had fiancee a shock was a when baronet ( four STAR Grocer* BRAND'''.\ With l THE ARTMAN 1 PRESS, your personal and your business:

Each team
game 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. Jean is engaged to marry '
executed a double play at crucial Peter Notten-Poe.! He has AMERICAN

moments the to add to the enjoymentof BASEBALLMunicipal just become van the fifth baionet of CUBAN COFFEETry i printing requircmcnls will he handled EXPERTLY . SWIFTLY S|

game Stadium. Afternoon I the van NoUen-Pole line on the i -,- Try A Pound Today-
The game finally ended in favor death of Sir Cecil van Notten-
of the. VCN-2 by the scoreof SUNDAYTo be announced.- I ole in Gloucestershire England. I & . .and ECONOMICALLY. &

10 to 9.States Army Barracks. Afternoon I| Peter 27, works in an :lC'CUuntant's "I' \ St
SUNDAY j office at Gnowangerup.. 276

!24 Cut To be announced. miles from Perth. under the name BROADWAYCIGAR .
I lof I Peter Pole. :

In On Racing RILL \0\1 SMILE' ? i The Burmese New Year, -('('Iej STORE
j 1 orated this April. vra1310.. I J
CHICAGO.-(AP). Twenty- Proof Positive -- - 610 Duval Street S. Ji i a

four states how share in the j :

money<< bet at horse race tracks. Friend-So you are really hap- ji ARK CARDS COMPLETEBASEBALL j. The A rtlnan Press bsndsrters
The Fedeiation of Tax Admin- pilv; married i I IIALLM j ji t.
of the 25 II
I fetrators says that out Young! Wife-YC'S.. we have ac- Ii I ; r
states where such gambling is tually postponed our divorce i i Crepe Paper Party Supplies; !'lie Irttieolber
legal Nebraska is the only one farr
three limes. | TOYS and GAMES (iI
without a tax on pari-mutuel
I Stationery Model KitsThe
Iers: Neon I
Kentucky !shrine of the sport ALBURY and SON Senice POPULAR BRANDS of .f
recently adopted a pari-mutuel! We Specialize in AU HOBBY SHOP ; CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51
tax. The tax was hiked in New Kinds of Neon Signs PilOSE,t! : Cigars and Cold :
Jersey. and Lighting Stripping\ 64BO1: 1105 DIVISION ST. 8J.

:>. ....._tl.. With A.7
AM. 1lW r.w. ,
Food consumption per person Hey "..l r....r. vsim if> ( Soft f Drinks '
"3 the United States was virniall'unchanged set ('. ..KT I L__ __. V.lI.lI"JI''ffI.#1"1'.11.1.1'.1":1"'" .
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.uuuummIUlIWIlIIIllIlIUIII. II1III'Jllllllllllftikt.t i\A: ME1TS J)EFITE() }' ILn f ', two forms. Imrrtr Iinte reports''Officers' Wire* 1
Powerful Radar Set To : = COME: r' null
! The i iBe will tc sent by (in'Ctire con-
CInb To MerlI .\MvIMHT
i i nations to Houston and New Or-

{!: leans where they will be coor-
OBSERVATIONSOF + Used This Season dinated with other information I!I The Officer,' Wives Club will 'DAMPP CHASERA'rr

hold a luncheon followed>> by a
A FOOL rJ ,: available. ] as a basis for the official movie show on the historv of Moiflnrr Out uJnnl.

Er warnings end advisories In ', silverplatc. on June 25 in /'; (:lothr ( /<,,*.!. !
Br BILL LEE I In Tracking Hurricanes addition photographs will be Fort Taylors Olficcis Clubhouse -
tnade of the cloud images on the Sole Dealer in Key

JlmlUllnnllnmllllllllllldlllilIIIUiIlUlllllllllllln"Jabbi radar scope for later study m 80)1
The president of the group is
: Abraham Schwartz is I rl ,1, STlucn.n I :< ,. : i 01wiu. i STcunlA-- relation to other information on Mrs Thomas Seabrook who i> THE MUSIC )
the storm.
a getting with r assisted by Mrs. Y T Toulon t
acquainted Key .
f UETI'I\II\.i rang and to study the usefulnessof "Officials responsible for or- 726 DuTal Street Phone 31':
West folks Intently he was; w: : : : ; Hostess for the Jane: 25 mcttm
gan'Zirg: this are hopeful -
1 I radar in hurricane warnings program will be Mis J P Edwaid-:
i. asked:: to address: the eltJdun ol i.D; CI.: (H :i U niuEMi ; : .; 'i I I fn the ('I... ,ts ('I'i the United that success of this nwthOt.1
the fuuith guide at the I'omci- 4f y I I Slates a powerful radar set has tray open tile way to continuoustracking r--. ""'"""- .

ana Elementary M.IKHJ) i boon installed tie! Dow Chem- of hurricanes distant a
k ___________ ,I DRESS
j hundred or more miles at seei and
teal : at their ,
Company Frcoport
lie gave the talk to a very i I
. This Inn ru',r r ea-on: fir the |}i Texas plant and wit! be operated assist in the protection of lift M Ed
responsive audience The good
and rty in coastal comm i ar-
fn.-I time in the history of the during the current storm season SHOP
rabbi told the children
to always This is the fir..t installationof nities an: maui-ti ics
olld. Racial
\\ will" he used totiack
go to Sunday School and always this kind to be used. exdu-ive- Owned and Operated by Euna Miller and Mary Caraballo
do iiRht It was a simple! talk tropical tuibancco. and
ly for tropical storm te-earch"Thc WEEPY OR DRYECZEMARASH
'l.i (t.oiirda Ilolrl I
simply delivered. It a b b i to rirtcimine their structures information galhn'd l 117 Dmal' Sin-rl U"lmih.| | ,

Schwartz had a cold and talked i ii Infoimatior about the power- during!: the season will lx' :siudici i

with difficulty. i ful radar set and in>talationwas by Dow and Weather Bun' ui ('f' 1/'"' >nrConchShell .
"A number of the children is,uoei in Washington,,- scientists to deteimne \.'"".in-; Enjoy Inc medication the oothng of and Grav comfort Omtw -

J came to my home and thanked terdaj and vvp. relayed to The of radar as .n aid .in 1 I.> ..tirz fnrnt while pleasant antiseptics I Formal I foriIIss ;;
s aid in eeturj rid of imtaUon-
me for my talk" said Rabbi .. CItizen by the local Weather Bu- and traekinc them s' ,r.:-. Th'

Schwartz >'csterdayBLlt I was' !oau The :tatement follows: infonna'i'in v ill! h. .rarl'hlc in GRAY'S OINTMENT \!! KEY'fES1'.

more than surprised when I got "The United State Weatl.ct, ...--
16 letters from the children Cuieau and the Dow Chemical. >mr (hi /i."IIl>' In our "m.If inrleucWEDESBAY
c: "I believe credit _. s
in giving I have
company just announe.'ddetails t
!5!\ where credit is due We certain- Ii i
of a cooperative reseaiel 1 h.
ly have a fine group; of childrenr pro ran to Ix cundiu'cd at You 'tin flr/'lIff upon
in our Kev West schools Theyr I a i're.r"rijttion; Itcfiart'mcnl
I I i F'reeptMt Texas, to ins etigat": C our
are certainly appreciative andr the use of radar. in In'at.n/--l /._ to iiw only tiePurest

: polite and nice and friendly. iAl' 11'tr'nhotol) i j Ii :|I tracking and studying; : the :stun: richest
s mid urrgredi'lrts / SlOO
May God bless these children BAY SPECIAL
i i i lure of storms
tropical j
and that they grow up to be EVA. THE ELEPHANT brought from Columbus j{I "Al meeting: Frxiptut Uivxeek. /
a in "
fine citizens" Ohio to boost the candidacy of Sea Taft. walks past the /
J A letter received : Bellevue-Siratford Hotel Saturday where ihe balloon I Oliver J Osbo-m chit .
typical by i elephant
I I I of the Electro] Chemical Division Sized Dresses
c! the rabbi from one of the chile rests atop the marquee in a somewhat deflated state. Rpubli- of Dow Chemical l'Ompar.mct Large

dren follows I can ccnvntion opened Monday I I Erie L. Hurdv. regional] directo Called For ..

o "We appreciate the devotional i ._ _ ________ __ __ _____ ___-- I of the weather bureau met: with Prescriptions Sires: 18' 2 to 46
period with you there. I hope cither officials and technicians of 1)( tlIESS: st1.1111hSI)11F4sY :

your the cold matter is better with and you_nothingin And I Junior Woman's [ ill)1)l Y To JV(.(, I II both organizations to lay final ; I1iEI'ES ,
hope you don't have to .go to Club IMd Hum i Applications for marriage licenses !I "During the war the military: and DeliveredGARDNER'S Sl 'BIFH .OI'IOVs: and IIEEHS: ; i
the hospital or anv thing I I ''services I found that certain
] tvpesj These DRESSES. Ranging in Prices from $10.95
liked to hear you tell the nice : were filed yesterday: in
rain clouds reflect. the raria
4 Unitce On Frifhiy; I j'I : : WU1 GO FAST on DOLLAR DAY
stones about teachers and par- the office of County Judge Raymond beam Using; this principle theyi

cnti. And we very much would I K Lord by Wayne E. Mason i i t i found that the cloud could be WEDNESDAY I
n like to have you'again And I I The barn l dance given hv the
41, and Wiiina Christi. 34. located in much the a' am still going to Sunday School Jun.or Woman's Club in the Elks alt locate. : PHARMACY GET THAT EXTRA
both of 12C2-D.: : Posnciana Place I i I as enemy a.iTi! weir = DRESS :
every<< Sunday like I have been Cloth Annex . that the cloud followed --
Friday night{; wasI and by Fled L.. f'unkhouscs. j I could he -
doing I hope you can come back I. well aUendt l li of ((41-1 P"an'liJna Place and or tracked Because of the .l, . Jt
C Y* and. tell us some more stories: I i During the evening groceries Catherine K Bryan: 23 of 901 j characteristic rain clcud f..rn'H- THE STORE I FOR $1.00 MORE
liked much"Among j
you very were given away to lucky tlckt'thuldt'l"S. White street: tion of tropical stoims they wen
the letters received ]I I An -.Icctiic clock was among the' fust.eathci targt t, 1114 DIVISION STREET PIIONF 177 I ,

Y: were those from Joe PI eM'h, i}I I given as the door prire Top baked custard with a neat;; of the military ,ad.u. ,.<-t- Street f .. kn I1', New and Stylish You Can UualFind It Here:

B Juan Millner. Gloiia Ilrtht.j| Prizefor the heat girl's e" >s1 of coconut and a dab of bright To t(>llow up im tin i bet:,,n .--x' -

Mary Wallf id. Monnie Thumps ]!1 (time was awarded :.t-.s: Joan ElI red jelly for a dessert youngsters -

Leon Sims Bobbie i i I bel tson. who was dressed I in Leis will appreciateTrigidaire_

c-t ba: hara Michael Maria ihnnc Ann LovcIL Clark M.Suit Robert, Shirley M Yvonne;:tt Russell Brow Ilindc Walker n. Mar-Bar-and, |I I i:.|i I ,shut:- Hoy's pedal and pure ehfjc-cl big pushers was straw taken striped hat by John polo ; NOW AN EASIER WAY TO DO YOUR FAMILY WASH !

d I Romero, : in evening top-
linger Ci>nant coat, black' top-hat. red Ixn tii .'. '
2 "I guess I'll hato give: those i horn-rimmwl opt'l.tadl., and .1.1j 0 ,t "N. '- u;. ..:

cluldirn another talk next year", backside leading, "Tlx W ) n/fANjl.JDI,

.g: u Mid Rabbi SchwdiU I j I sign Country Sle re." A, seen the Iy ..1 3 ( VNVVYW\F
I Costume juH{>i-s included Mlj \ : ,, --11/1'1'" Two washing machines were filled /
Balking dogs ate a big nuts- I Demonstration shows
ge I j Emily GtKlelaid.! president :>t tin .) with hardest water One cup of FAn VJ'IJIM
uncc. Take up around Olivia I : I Illti
I Club Ci.mdiHuslund 'g
St' 'I St''l1Iur.mans : was put into washer on left Into the
Duval tieet far
street from
walks offui', at
tio ai Windsor lane There ale ilt public i , FABULOUS SUDS, one on the nght one cup of soap

."' least a half dozen dog.., apparently I I the Naval StrunkChit Station, and Mi I t a even in Both washers ran 7 minutes Result *

- without homes that wander I Carolyn A washer brimful of suds from F AB.
and etitlicstiaplayol hardest
les DowsKi water
around half the night, balking, I I Almost no suds frorp soap
all types e>f mini c fl i i mj Automatic
giowlmg, fighting; I j matches to hill-billv_ Tin. Paul'
Residents of the area ate (fun- ,.: '
I Junes liumlie' wa., -plI" inI 1I ,
filammg They want to know n.i
whether the Kev WeM Humane I I jityeil l t by_ cveryom- Washer -
Society can't gather those elosn -. \ )

--and hold them pc'iluips, for I S"f/rt Hi 1 "'T(' w.. i : ,. I )

new owners that will keep them UVt.'VATER"ildi .... ..
tied up Frankly we don't know | A i.ettti.n 'i'-t-iiiu iii'.ee: :.-"
hut the sleep of nearby residentsis I was filt-tl >..cftdiv in tic olfui I ';; #' t

being turned nightly by the : of Cu :uat C4.jrt {'1rl Ii. C I :,

dug (hoi us I Ruth Lillian Penney .
( Sawyer bv I
<::> / I t'
\ a ':.inst Heilierl Lee Penney \VITH .
Haixey Tanner t
aUlung for
| : h
the commercial department| "ba-: CU'N-I\IiVI'I:\ ; I tz C' ( t
: : ( :% : ) 1'It)11( i \\
hall team at Bota Chira struck I I..J\---- i SUPER-WETTING
(C tmu& rn rage: One :
20 ;, out of 21 men in the seven !
.... Hei of the' U S , ,
cal CfI. '" i -' 1 I -W 1
inning game He wa pitching. j 'I '
'. Army, v;hu ic ide, in Miami ; ,
against field the supply What team on IVtcaChua I I Dl Milton oluntried. to ie-n ; :i ) vL ACTION
a voice on the I "
telephone wanted.. know vas j i dcr any medical assistance ne- I 'I J

whether Tanner did not make j ns.'iilry and to turnish transportbtiort :. : ( J /
from the Miami Airport ; ; ;t.'tO. ; ,
somekind of record.We : I I" s.d
.: don't know bat strik'ng : to Jaeksm. Mf-moral Hospital .'.o' \ 1'1' .j
In truer to save him, the child 6 ., s4 : ;
out : of someone 21 men in is the some: city feat1'iobablv can I waadmintsli!red pre-operation -..,- \\t\ ;a WASHES EVERYTHING

supply the desired information medication at the Naval Hospital t
I Soon after Covington arrived I _I _ ,

Fivv" Birdie In i at the*Jackson coin was Memorial removed and Hospital proved 'trI -7 FASTER, CLEANER, WHITER, BRIGHTER

to be a one-cent piece: LtCoivington

Nu'(" Hospital; t West on Sunday returned with his to son"Final Key \I 'l aF j X%t THAN ANY SOAP. .IN HARDEST WATER !

i A ,-pound fiftctn-ouncv I disposition of the penny Fills and empties automat .L.-...... :, .._ __h' _, _., .. .__,___ "

daughter was bum in the U.s,1 removed from baby Corv ington's ically. 1If111it'W.', arc

Naval Hospital I to Mrs. Blanche'' throat is not. known, but it is assumed t rt J'gP IIlff6 .IIc6 ? ,_r, Aw.cenJ washing with SUPER-WETTING raving about AC'TIO'N FAD
Keys, wife of William C. Kejes, I in later life Young Corvingtun I Washes 8 Ibs. ot clothes in 4 8. l r; n Sxpvr-\Vftttx !
I I v. Action
CUM, USS \\1 I k...-. Section IU.--. can point to the penn less than a half-hour; i>; . preparation 6v/ CofgatePatmofivePset; tulle is a now sca-n-
, washing
'''as' the first cent I ever took : i \ .in :It': It-ill cotton sewing principle.Vhen
The baby has been named Grace I is you
cleaner ; :: a
.June in" 'J ,whiter. tht ,ul tin" a ball Drop it into a glass t : wash: FAD with Sttper-Ilettreq Ac

An eight-pound l two-ounce; j In speaking of the in'lde-nt. Gives two deep, "liv. I :? ., r"I. vvatti. It that> does not become FA3U/OUSWOrkavefl6l tion instantly penetrates materials;

I daughter was Ill,i n to Mrs. Mary; I I Capt Smith pointed mt that itwas Water" I t.tI i. t''IlI'lt.t.! '!% \.t fur a long time. the drrt/esto6t ra//s work Phes dirt oRt And FAD contains a
rinses. I X.\ du'p, |i .'then ball of thread f fabulous!
Varlet wife <.f liter c. Bucle j an "outstanding example of -- new in8rrr
}:2\. Suaplanc Hose !j jAn "''ioolehl'artcduoperatwn of allllardcooked Spins clothes damp dry. I f- .int.. > a >;!''as i.t \attr and FAll It sinks ,, shirts, ch.i/dren S clothes, white "wash Whitwhiter. colors that gi-ts
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