The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00566
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00566
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Ifift most Key West.equable Florida climate, has in the the n c: t Qt.. y Associated Preu Day Wue \

range country. ol, only with:; 14 an* Fahrenheit average> mlJ iKrij: ; .e I For Best Features 68 Interests Years and I Photo of voted Key Services to WestIfift !]tee


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f : It I Taxpayers Have Until


t i (; I It t; HIGH SC 100LI July 6 To File Pleas

rrH rick; I. Cc.l rrnilh. Indianapolis.l Ind will) be the .

t i principal Kay West High School. be.tinlinuiv: I. *c- i For Lower Assessments

cording to an announcement by Willard M. Aiavry. super
inl nd"nt of public instruction. to av.

Albury i is on vacation but telephoned! word of his I -----e IEQIALIIiot111)r ; :
UlitUT: ICEE1\( (: : 1\T:
prnnl! of Goldsmith as principal of the biah schooL Goldt
Joe f i i iI (.ft'II"" \I\TS: L.STJIIT: (;
rrnilh in ;
was town today and signed hi' centred ior 1)\1- II

year. The appointment previously had been approved by I.)1'81 TUIEET: Jt >.E; 29

the School Board.Goldsmith I I t t !
After July 6 taxpayers who have not protested their asessments
u f graduate of Purdue University; Le f-' I for 1943 will have m further opportunity to do so. according to members -

fly tt'. Ind. with a master's degree. lie wes a principal 1 i Crad' School-) ef the City Commission who met last night as an equalizing

il y'r in the Indiana Public School System from 192123. than I board to accept the tax rclls.
Joe I'miler. assistant tasluer: ::: Th- 'Inward! "d|
I I i.vY! ; until' rear
joined the stall of Purdue University as an assistant deanof Tuesday rightJane 29. wIt- n
of The!! Florida National Hank at'jKey .
it w.li\
.i..jiii. ii."-i i io i. .i Inns; |Ie-r.jms upon their written ,
men. succeeding to the deanship oi men in ApriL 1342.Sin.ce i iI i i West has:: left for RutzeisUniversity in-ta.rn.

SIX CANDIDATES for the Republican presidential nomination I I 1315 he has been directing a private cairo for i if I I at New Brunswick. -4 t\vbf* desire to.l haw ccrrenivn: *
I New Jersey, to resume studies at CAVK: 11> ( :IIII.DHKN( made to the 1913 asMni.iiUtoll.
the opening of the convention in Philadelphia. Left to right: f boys in Wisconsin. 0
j the graduate school of banking; .
Joseph Martin cf Massachusetts. Go... Thcmas I:. Dewey of New - ; conducted theie by the Ameri-

Ohio. GOY. Earl Warren cf California, and Senator Edward | ; ran Bankers association; At the rarrtwc bat night the ;

--- - -- i I Joe Louis And Jersey Joe : I Mr. tinder is among the more board did not mriwc m :single:

:: than 950; bankers who will attend j complaint against the asac.vment <-
VANDENBERG FORMALLY ]i I : the current summer resident : roll
<< session of two weeks. These lIS compiled by City
Walcoli] May May l\ Noi Fight 950: men come from 41 states.. the Assessor Melville Rt am

It was announced that th" ;\..-
District: of Columbia and S..uthmeri.a.
AS CANDIDATE{ TO HEAD I and form the largest '>essmcnl' roll will be open bur

Weather Decide enrollment in the history of the inspection by' the public at tht-
Tonight; school tax asses as 5 office in City Hall

REPUBLICAN PARTY IN 1 The Graduate School of Bank- Mondays Uvrou h Fridays from
I 2 to 5.: The books will '
STILL ICAIMM! ; I IN NEW lI- mc i* now entering its fourteenth ,...,. p. nx rr-
year. It was founded: in 1935bv : ,.. main open until July .. anvluaye. -
\ 1 I II liE: (:II\IMI; : > SELFI the American Bankers Association r .
11OE31E7'OFt:: : i ( x T TO ( I YORK TIIo1IICE.1: ; : 8S{ '
The charter laws
: covering tii-
to provide advanced studyat

STOP IK\YI-\T) : ; SAYS Telephone Co. I I :\ : :1 'I'ilER11.1N SAYS WILL I\; WIIITK HOUSE the t banker graduate* of level officer for rank experienced A- \ 4wP"t assessment who does roll not states protest that it;
i liE IS O:\.UE\T; . : OFWINMM STOP VT 9 P.M. 1 '_ faculty of sixty covers all phases \ \ no further chance to Iu so
To Lay Cables ; ot barking, economics, law. -S alter July 6 The charter provide

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I : Off West NEW YORK. JIHK23-Joe sessment "shall stand" for tnt
tttr Tfce t.veriatra 1'rr./ ( Key To qualify for graduation stir next fiscal year.It .
I'llILADELPllIA. June 23- -i iSr'enaLoi .I LouL. and Jersey Joe Walcott dents are required to attend was pointed out tudaI"

: Ai Ihu"- B VandenberS Bell Telephone Laboratories may not fight tonight. three annual summe sessions of city officials that the city's fti4

: formally announced today that I I New YOlk has This afternoon it U ,still raining two weeks each at Rutgers Uni- contention in the suit against the
: he will enter the contest for the I I : applied to the ; and heavy cloud: hun over 1 "erslhIn addition. each student -' city by the Atlas Investment C'o. +
Army corps of engineers; in this former of the Casa Marina !
owners -
Republican for
president the must complete" two veal s of
I' I district for a modified permit to city k extension study at home and 'as Hotel that neither the equ;>iizisg i- I

The statement about Vandcn- install temporary submarinelcahlin The management announced required to write a thesis based board nor the City Com"sion "-- '
I ( that no decision: had vet been has authority chan I
; : original research into any
'bergs decision:: was made public I! Hawk Channel and the unon since
j made a* to whether or not the phase of his major subject Thethesis the assessment TOn after the final !
,_ by Governor Sigier! of Michigan :j jSliaitifof I Florida off Key West
date set for such
1 I I hearing.by
V"ndenl.Ji.nee hIS arrival' fight wilt be held must pass the careful a
i Coiom.1: WuTiesTealc; I o
of the
j the equalizing board
heic had not gone to the head- I 1 I I It said further that the Wcath- s *+Htifir.of -a panel of thesis examineri a_ 1
I j' fiuaiters of the Michigan delegation 'ct Bureau had predicted that the .
I that plans for the project by 1 Mr. Finder is member that the Casa Marina Hotel Hi-l .
till this morning That' may ram would slop about 9 o'clock a r>f the
stair's delegates had been( anxious seen in the corps sub-office: in 3 tonight and that if the predic- VET second-year class! which will .b- not protest when they hjir< an

over 'his apparent lack of in- {/. aimi Beach, and add, that nn WlublluenWU.ilpiHUUNUUIYUUiU11ihl4UWNUtw't 1 I tion proved to he true, the fight: ; .rldUiltp in 1949. lie will b- ..t "..." , opportunity last year and th.it4ssc&mcnt

..I, 'I coOt in the race and he was' heanng. ; will be held (>n the ap- I I .vould go on. otherwise:: it would the university: from June 21 to MRS. BILi-iE < must stand l
;good-naturedly taken to task plication.: Anybody' wishing;: Uii be postponed' till tomorrow July 3 inclusive.Submarine. HARVEY (above)
and her husband William
I when he entered the headquar-1 i( object may file his objections in night THEI -- --- Harvey Bush ReturnsTo
1 tn, He smiled and aid he wasaware a letter addressed to the districtI Both fighters, wound up then \ radio announcer at Miami.
i I
that he was theirpl'ob- I I engineer at Jacksonville i training Monday in diffeientways Back( '' Flau hare given away their sew

!lem child." I ouis spirted' four rounds en children. The parents said Washington

!,( In the convention; hall it was Receive Bids On at hi.Pompton Lakes )ISK J b\\A'Tt1 After Long Trip they did it so the children "will

''j ,old that Vandcnbcrg had made I camp Walcott ended his: heavy be able to have the things wecouldn't Di Vannevar Bu h. uh', I i.
drill.Sunday and contented i provide for them." The
I 'his announcement as one of the USS Trumpctfuh. submarine. chairman of the Research ;.n"l
movements designed to "stopDewey" I Hangar a Work) himselfvilh road vvoik returned at iI. : youngsters let out for adoption. Development board ol the N".-. '
noon totlayfixim
Another candidate ref I The challenger; moved intoNew a tour of Euiopran water:. range in age from nine monthsto Department, who arrived at K...
pooled 1 to have l been pleased into I York Tuesday niclit. gum and will he italionetl" eight years..SVrs West Naval Station on Son I ,% .
Se.le.l l.l.lwill Initeeivecl it. seclusion at KPWy \
into at
downtown hotel
seivice in the movement b : ;i I .
-- -- today boarded airplane .1 ;
an ;
t Naval ---
the Station She
Public Woiks office of they; until the v--is
Ci; veinor Warren of California weighing in at noontiKlay.
*>een: nut for about 4-: ca Cnica: Air Station tot Im
S Naval Station June 2:; lot I days:: dur- Divorct*
Another incident construed return trip to WasiiingtonDr :
as vhich
and alterations to the I mu time toured the
repairs : j in his and will motor into ,
.. "., t-amp. ,
top-Dewey". was a ron- 1 Mediterrean and other Bush who played an i 'I Ipoct.ant
nose hanger at Boca Chu-a in
li-i a ere l last night: between Senator Field Now York today arriving: justin .- ,\ p', "'" Etir .pf. A nflilMm Tckinu a div'trf part in the develop"1trf : ',,1'
; / Tdlt and former Governor 'tune for the weight; rlievkmsj w a._ feed yesterday in the office atomic px wer. was hen" ,, -
St.sen Neither said anything The work wit consist: of pouring j Louis, will he heavier for thiI JAMES D. PECK (above) 33- .>f Cuiuit Court Cleik. floe. C. nuainting himself with UK \< a

:-,' ,IIJ"u'hat' was discussed by two concrete stall.moving I I fight thiti.my in his history Hrj I year :old conscientious objector Pnrlugalilas sawyer> bv Mae MeMilli.m: Wal- being; earned! on bv th- N "r. ',i
l them at the meeting though two wings of a wood structure \i j :still: contends that he "clraedInut" I from New York. chained himself dion ,1I1"t; !:: M.-IX, W.il'iMin: the Ke-. West ...MM.
fauna the
.. bath that present site to the I too iiiuch in getting down' to bannisters in the White i,
lepliod they were
s likely to meet again before balloluii ::slabs repairing:; buildings installing to 211 for hU first" Walcott enJ J, House at Washington Tuesday It !i Labor( Programj S'rttisF.GrlIITS: : 1hMl |IORTKK{
plumbing and a septic tank .. tnlpr lie ti, weigh in'' I Ii
t' ; <>n -iindid.ites licgmrtivcinor I I (s ( expects| in protest against the draft.( '
Information l
( Duff of Pennsylvania may he obtained I 'ni 215 Loui* weighed: 230 when He poses; at Secret Service Ihadqu.rlers I .- fAP New", |4..n..
from the office of Comdr A
C.]. i he returned from England: 227 '
: hoc handling Idtioiers "runt Afl-, iran
who is determinedly with the chain; ;
I Huslwnd, CEC USN. at the Naval I |
when he stalled his preliminaryI ,
tubes the island .1) St
(Continued On J'aee Kightt Station P! I and padlock he used to fasten on :
\ I I workouts in Miehican 222 j
t j : Tonne and Prinnpe off the! Afi; II i
j { himself
to the
bannisters dur-
I I I) alien he began; training: at Pomp- I! ;lean coast are contained in a ne>\
: \ \MIMJIKIHIYIS; : : : : ,vr co\\: : IM: ioVircpiioi')\ ; I Ion lakes and 213: Monday ing regular visiting hours for I I:I ;govei nmental decree (ICIOUP" "I i

!i 1 ) Thetwo rival, claim to lie in tourists. I: families \\ill tar. ;imported fat I ins

Il: > iwifrrt' rvnditM>n. and earn has 1 j' rtKtM pantatK! e'rt4S
: ; predicted: that he will win by a I I I'levumsly. sm.lemt.n h.i\-
:: kayo However many exWrtWalc Manager {GelsEligible;. j: been recruited but they h.a ,
1 ,tt to follow the same pattern .', found conditions so strange th.it
\ ; which might have roared ;'' they often could rail do 1 t-."-i iwoik
: him to victi-ry in De vmb>r oxirpt i )I ListAn I: i It IF believed 1 tha the t -

Ra : when hf .stailp. 'lw -k t tis' -k l !! Iwl ;::1'0"'tn Inli Ki.-"-.l :

: ins in the la -1 t* v I""ntl:.. think f li' iblilist of fthciipan i(! vilUgf, whtnHi I :
i pio.KttiveMtiolmcii
1 |
: in2: that lie" |punt l up. a winning suiioiinding1-i I ; will ht- [Hm'ii., .
: ; ( fag Ix'-n irrei\Td huh ;
margin will, lit- made '
Tribal chiefs
the oJ \
j I Civil Service Board
: by City
I ,.
J I yeeis.1 Lateiin .mneulti. <
Manager Ralph D. SpaldingThe :
I M-hool fin the tribesmen: I is t"d; ,
= i I| Mrs. E. Siiwverj mgt the city appointmt-nt manaJc'li.is of considci policemen :,, neil'

*0 t. o ; ; to take the places. of their I

j 1 1I Dictl This AJH. men who sere suspended in ttmncction 1 j
i I with the I loss of slot' machines I POOR OLD CRAIGr.H'IfE
j! : i Mrs:: Kli/.rtltelh: Sawyer. 65.dieii horn the Elks Club '
There live'al'.n'lr. the
at 11:2.1: o'clock this:: moanaing ace un
: in the Key West Mumnp&Jpihl I polite toictr. but the manai: Francis at Division Phone 9134
; i saer Ht, oil IMaMrGrease.
rag \ 3 where she had ben a, said he did not know uhethei hewas Spray or 1
F i I patient fir aveck : uomu to appoint. that num- LET US Change Your OlI'l
She was born in Key tiVe.-t. and I bei ol I lepidcciwnts
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n heaves. three daughtersnone; ofvhom "............. ..---.........................'
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futility< Coil 1214 White Street Phone MO;

.. . .. TELEPHONE 816
I I Ill iLi
We're ----- --
"' Someday Going to Tryto
I Get All Three of These
rAP \ > I Together at One Time! MARALOYMufflers. FOR SALE! FOR SALE! t.\i' \\ .' .
ALL SMILES. Senator Arthur! H. ,: !! ; '
Vandenberg of Michigan arrives l 41 Ford Conv't. 41 Plymouth -
Tail and Exhaust Pipes HAROLD STASSEN. Republican presidential candidate below :: ;
at the 24th Republican national convention in Philadelphia : Conr't. 41 Hudson Conv'l.NAVXKKO. .
I WEAVER'SSTEAKS for AU Cars to greet a tiny guest at a reception in his htadqvaxters Ir
and waves to the cheering crowd in the convention halL Thesenator I I I Roy's Key West Auto Parts : Iiirorpuruleil the Republican national convention at Philadelphia. The lit:.

is regarded nomination.as a dark horse candidate for the Republican : : 121 Duval St. Phone 442 Opposite Bus Station I girL Diane Qumtiliano. 4. of Darby. Pa. turns to her mother br

presicential / 1 guidance and tugs at her dress.

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PAGE TWO THE! KEY WEST CmZF II I'"F: DA .[(('XI': 2.'. 1948

RADAR WONDERS .. I _.-ulil..a1b llllllID'V .....

.tit iKry Dally 1Urst Exopt Sunday Qiii. by% ltPublleb..d Radio Programs;;;;;; Key West In -

L. P. ARTMAOww.r: : ... PablUbrr. Radar came into the news twice yesterday Visi
-+ !tORMA\ D. ARTMAN. B....... M..krr 555505.................. urs Gone
0" From The Citizen Building on a big scale. A story in The Citizen I Days ByAS
.Corner Gren and Ann Street
Only Dally Nrwupaper In Key West and told about the United States Weather
.b KerlJiIcQl. Harris TAKEN"FHOM
Monroe County I IBureau's Daytime Summary FILES OF

having completed preparationsto I Selected program at lifted below" I THE CITIZEN OF
1 thtered .
at KeyYest! Florida, as second class matter ... .
are broadcast; .t the tame ti. M.

MEMBER! OK TIIK AtSOCl ITKI .PHEW* use radar to track hurricane and deter- day .through For central P'rte.y..g.tr eaittm.ct one hour tvcattime. : I CHAPTER 23 t! present o"!! Lamo-s. nave givenheir She :: JUNE 23. 1938
The AMoclate.1 Pren Is excluMrely entitled to for mountain subtract tw o Hour 1 |! br.c-_::--t'<>-oi. 't II1I1llmmlmntlUlHl\fUUlllWlWJllUlUlll\ IIlIII!
OM far reproduction of all news dispatches creditedto mine their structure. W7HEN Hildred phoned Lucien I
i It or not otherwise i-rnlitrd in this paper and I II W to that it would be all I| Hild'-cd rt"l I not want t- open wanted. Director of the National Park
iI __ l:so the local news published here. Judging from the information issued j jy I JUNE 21 THROUGHJUNE2S right to ;make ay the arrangements the case- She was afraid of what I'I use? : Service m Washington" ha infcjnr -

I .lUNCKIITION IHTKS h the )bureau, the experiments* likely will Cnventio Pr.f ram! for the operation for Saturday 'It wjuld contain It would be night. d The Citizen that when.p .
::: ne'Year _L______ fi.-OK cull ""cd..,. ef the Republican 0l- she did not tell him that! Doctor something. ">he knew far too magnificent IN the '
given to 'to
"--'Is l MonthsTLree t.OeJ.7S prove to be successful. Readers of The venal con."tlO". .t Ph.l.delp' "e Bard would also! be in attendance for her. It would be something p permission is persons
Months _- mono carved oy ." 'our networks "" ; she would not want to wear rounded 'rslt j Fbrt Jefferson at Dry Tori!:
.-. OO\e Vcrth ____._______ 1.0. Citizen may recall that one of the hurricanes week from Monday on. Beth day jn her mother. or to accept Certainly not if it friends : 1 togas the government will tit| i{
Weekly __ __ .:. npht' sessions go 0" the ear in add'I I But when Hildred told Lucien
I that passed over the Miami area last ton to special progra.. that were the accepted gift for a Lanier time be' held liable for any injury th tm.y
Exact times were not listed t" same evening it was a |bride.
P )lade known on AppU..UOD year headed toward Fort Myers, and that. networks in' their .d........ ""edule... ; Thursday and therefore she was You do not !seem curious Lu- come happen to them in making;
t 50 programs a. Oven herewith are tub.Ject the rounds r.f the fort
the hovse he took :
dining ut big -
.. when it to Instantaneeus change for both. I ; cien urged her. "I thought all doubt
i SPECIAL )JtOTICKAll ; came out in the Gulf of Mexico, the regular tessons and other broad.cast. !it very welL He said he did not had ; i

1H. r* respect reading obituary notices not, cards<...... of poems thanks etc resolutions. will.be its center was !spotted': by a radar set at the I NOTE.' : Sessions will 11. broadcast consider it necessary; as Doctor women must were not curious.delay too my long sweetYou as gorgeous eyes j Key West Camera Club helj.i I'
t Larked for at the rate of It rents a line. simultaneously. to t". enure network Schouerr.aker was capable han- already the others are waiting for dred's '
;oticee tor entertainment by churches from wblchr"v..nue Chica Naval Air Station and seen I hookups, rather than 11" double relay. dUng the case without any a-=sist- : us downstairs. I wailed for you she .. a meeting last night to arrange
-. is to be derived are & rent a Una. tn be in to meet local clock times. I ance. But he added that if that photographs that will be exhiUtp
going a northwesterly direction. ter to it to what its
The Citizen Is ao forum and dl. here in o-\ give: you
c.irsi<-n of public Inaurs open sad subjects of Invites local or- Morning I was the way Hidred! wanted It. ,beforehariU as I wanted you to She I ed during the Overseas Highway
That was good news to Key Westers it all right with
tteoeral interest but It : -a'urally was celebration
will not publish anonymous 1:0o-none.monn In X. T.-n -. havo. it-to wear it wjthout head
t tunimunkiulons.MEMBER. whose anxieties had been aroused by rumors Breakfast Club-abc :him.I delay." smooth I .-
.:t5- "rD..ard Folne.cb.Uzara s want you to have everythingyour Reluctantly her fingers releasedthe Her Miss Bernice Brantley, pt"'D"J
that the hurricane was headed in alley 'olks-nt heart dt sires.;' he told her, I
catch the lid flew and held Hi
open i Lions
1 ored the Key ,
10::OO-Fred .
this direction. The announcer, in telling :Music For\Varinj You-Show cb. -nb ais d-rk eyes smiling deeply into Hildred drew a sharp breath of moment Club, was elected queen of thp,
1 1z :hers. They were in his rooms, but astontshrnt.? She had expected {
I My story Drama-a be things
about radar's picking up the center of the they were to dine downstairs inths'blg carnival at a cabaret dance I last
10.30: -Hour of Serials ribs something magnificent somethingof words.
f fJ @ 1948 hurricane and its moving northwestward- Half Hn"r of Serials-<-b. ; mirrored dining room tonight greataluc-but even her imagination deep I night in the l1abaD-Madnd,
I Say It With Music-mba -Now that you and I are to had not conceived suchan to Miss Susan LaKin. sponsored by
l ly, a'lded. "and 11:00-Arthur Godfrey Show-cfct : married. Hildred. must believe "
! away KeyVest.. Breakfast In HolI.ood-.bo oe you exquisite piece of jewelry as dear the Junio.- Woman's! Club, was
i The United States Weather Bureau i 11.30-Btn Alexander Show-mb that it will gave me great wish now glittered before her eyes. It welcome! the runner-up The vole: Miss
1 1:45- pleasure! to grantour every was a brooch a beautiful fragile Miss LaKin
Serial;* 1U hrs.cbaAft.r. They Brantley. 1307) : 1192
says the radar set to be used in tracking: I m y s\eel. setting with a design of two words of
< 1 hurricanes .... She said That is not always: hearts made from diamonds, perfect much one"r
is so Robens
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST powerful and that it will also 12:OO-Welcome T..leMi-abo possible, Lucien." And added to 1 pure vthite! stones. said Mr. and Mrs: Thomas E.

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN make photographs of cloud images. Every I 12.30 Kate smith Speak*-mbs :herself even for a Lanier. Then, "Pin it on,"' Lucien; urged! again. the and daughter" Mrs Manuel

r.Ii change that may occur in a hurricane from 1:08--Music Words halt and! Music Heurob.2.00Double -n bo hough she felt it was useles. she "Over your heart dearest that is this girl Perez who had been visiting in
nanaged one last protest You where must he worn where all fiancee. Miami returned yesterday
1:. .; 1. More Hotels and Apartments. the time it is located till it blows itself out Queen for a or Day Nothing-nita-aba know I have not"said-jet-that the,,Lanier UiiU-i have always eyehdd
. 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. will be recorded by the set to be operatedat 2:30 Serials for 3'4 br.-nbBrfrte I will many you. . : glad, but The following Key West boy* ;
and GroomaloeMartin He laughed and drew her down But Lucien I cannot wear it! '
I 3. Airports-Land and Sea. Freeport Texas. From there the Block Records-fnbs I onto the small divan. "But you are ]I don't mean that it is not beautiful have arrived at the Citizen :Military
< '. 4. Consolidation of County and news IOO-To E. 'nnou..ced-cb. I II j going to!" he said. You know you that I do not appreciate your bonds Training Camp at Fvrt,
:. City Governments. will be sent to the New Orleans Weather \I S:3O Ladies- tie seated-abc I cannot possibly rcfus me, be- wanting me to have it. But it is How gratitude Screven Georgia: Wilbur P,

5. Community Auditorium. bureau and then distributed to all stationsfor 1 Paul The\Vbitemaa House Party Record-cbs*-a bo loved. I shall have patience: -for too beautiful for me. It is too an a Johnson. Ulric Gwynn Jr. Geo.
4:w>-Hl.t Hunt UuU I -cb. a while. I know that you will I much, tl uly it :-,!" She knew thatit that? If Jay Strieker. Nicholas Goshorn:
release to the public. 4:>*Winner! Take All-(..baTrtjiury want. to wait until your dear i she consented 'o wear the and Doyle Ray Smith I .
., marry
Land Sb.-abe mother is safely ieeoercdBut brooch she would: indeed be lost.
The other of radar she had
t use is in treating 9tX>-RobertQ- Le..l_cbs meantime my s\\cct. I have something I "You will wear it, won't you well
i 1 I heumatKm. The way the radar beam is Kiddies Hour west repeat. 1 br. i witch I insist iou must darling?"* His wee: was tender whom as ; The Bureau of Lighthouseshas
lattr: )-abc and nibs9.4i several I
I MONOGRAPHTo A ca:'. :instead of commanding; he leaned approved
M concentrated on an aching joint or muscle -Lum and Abner-cbs-tait. He reached in a pocket and back to observe. the! effect. "(low on the she tw'o for this area at a cut of $11,000

41 I iMKS&fd Merchants: was toll in (detail though no claims were drew" forth a sm.ill ,'ehct"ae.. lie ,I can you say :it is too beautifultoo to find Superintendent William VDe-
laced it her hand$. without n'Uw'i: r'T you* You were
? in The Citizen today
If do not desire to welcome made about the the I she :u :; merrit
you efficacy of applica- NETWORK PROGRAMS opening it. bidding her to do so. bon to \\ t.tl'.ullful jewels into. .
nt people) to your stores do not advertise. ions.. Eastern Local Tm. For central -.\n-i before you do" he added jou shall h:.ve' many more my Time ; _
at subtract ere h..r. for mountain J -*you muJt not refuse it. darling. dnl'ng. Y >u ->"all have! everything -
I Science is slow subtract two ho..ra. Some local. sta.tent was; all Mrs. Maude K.'Kilhp and Rol-):
: Tiff ORACLE to make definite change ho..r of relay' to fit You mu=t make me happy by accepting thnl ni ';n'v nn' buy don't
tfiBi claims but the presumption is that both in Iseal ached..I. Last minute prs- I I it, for it. u> the betrothal: )'uu unu ,t '::1.; "ti.!'!'' ( lie Roberts were mal rrPtI ,{; .
ch''lIn cannot be 'nc'udell. i
pram rsunday.
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H' SOVIET NOT READY TO FIGHT radar will be a success. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23 Your IltH'o IOSln\" Pushes :city and The Citizen says in .in editorial

Ironing .1 : 'OIU tions at paragraph today
vI Oat "If a person benefits from :a
.OO-:N"ew Rrport. IS Mfn -nba
It is generally accepted that the Soviet Politics i is !such' a torment that I would "e.$1" l.vtry l.ay-ibsNetwork I -WEDNESDAY. JUNE.,23, 1943Today's _' 3 its Job all failure in th- long run. ran Iti
Silent [llwir-abceastKHlciif disposition : man Subway "
Union could if it wished start offensive advise Hour (repeat)-abcwrst.NrtKuik city : i,,- < .ill'fl a t-nluit'I
II! an every one I love not to mix with it.- : Silent U hr)-mh -......t.< I what selfish W" haps a little jealHIS. i cow: ,
:. : in Europe which would sweep over Thomas Jefferson. Kiddies Hour (repeat)-nibs-west < and possibly a lilt%It- Itindolent.
.:1?-Sports:.Monte Tlrn*-. mW There is' of fti MOSCOW. (AP). Underwa-
IIII a measure ;iifces-j ssenics:
'I the continent and put the ned army on tueat Talk Time-cbs I this life, depending largely on the J water tunnels have been completed The?
c.h) the '.M-Chkaca.(heheetracepeastl.um for the !MIISIOW sub- We Specialize in AU
shore ot the Atlantic and Mediterranean lie the information it ring ''
sure you get i is not and Abn"r repeat-<:.bs-west other asi)t'.t such success as | three G : PHONEand
c( This link the Kinds of Neon Signs
way. now in -
without much trouble. misinformation. .4> Newiu-aM i.y Three-nbc" 'tst:" m. aI dtsue, hut it w.1I pI..haLly growing
7ZlJ i Lowell Thomas (repeat ID-ct.OO un : Russia:' ; has a peace-time army of /: -Supper Clu b-bbc.ba.IOJ l IJe won by suavity and subtle system r cf 1 the Soviet capital will 1 Pli-ud.i, X* l-.*mrrttmllh t.mt
I The Lbrulah. ShowrhsNe.s plannmg.!
: :: about ;,uuuuun) men, with half of them in WHAT ABOUT YALTA? and Cumnehts7-t6o v: run ashen, i-nmpletrd. around tht- :\ .. her Stealer..
Fulton s ,KK: t and t\\-- "0, F.T ..,3
agi L.wle. Jr -nibs ; -<'3Hed !i!:' den elyde"of: the 'hri ht "
1 ?:"tent Europe: and could count upon the filS-News and Comment-nba V T\( \''S ? i - --- -- -. -- -- - -- ...i--'o
JaikMnuh and -
Song-cbh *S
arimes of satellite nations in the event of There has been a considerable{ ten- l.ally Commentary .NX1VKKJ5KIKS: "':'' i -
: News: Dinner batenibs1:30A.
- tioi }ho tiIiUt'4.! It is generally believed 'that lency on the part of critics to denounce Rullini Trio-nbc (Know America)

j Russian: ;: equipment i is good and that the the J..rry'ayne..... show_-rb* 4730 Kuben D. .
) agreements made with the Russians:' : at J. Ranger "r.ma-.be Mussvy. (.af-: ,1
Soviet has perfected the latest planes for Yalta News" Comment-mus medical scientist of note, Obi'.
the late
by President Roosevelt. It is 7: -Kalt.nborn"Co'ntnent-sba A'
suigeon-professoi, born at IVI A'COCACOLA
:-.. mass production. In addition the Russian:' fairly easy of (course to denounce the New Spurts ltnwdrsat Culnm.nt-tags rli* { .' I i ham. N. 11. Di -I l June 21, 13 x> HAVE

I .sill.marine fleet is supposed to be a potentweapon. pacts when one forgets the circumstancesunder ':(00-Dennis Day Melody ComeJr Time--rbaAmrrkan cL. 1822-Felix O S. Dai key, fiiv-

-. which they made. \Ia'or wf the Town aUSpviial > nent and versatile illiiMruioi.
were Agent-nibs burn in Phil.IlIt>lphl.l. Died :Mauti
While the Russians have the powerto Former Secretary of State James F. ..-Jaik Pearl Show_bel 271888. i
>r. Christian' lorama-cb. I
ho'r overrun Europe any attempt to do so Byines referring to the Yalta Agreements, Paul high \Vhiteman Adventure.Talent-abe Urama- -nibs 1837-Henr> 0 &:trcy. Boston "|

would inevitably produce a clash with the says; there was "nothing wrong" and that '.:;5-Hilly R.iKe 'ommeDI-mt. *"', t swrgeon.' credited with introdiK- PLAY REFRESHED
..00-Th. Duffy Tavern-nbc ing anti-septic surgery in the
I Anglo-American forces which are relatively "the Soviet Union later made a mockery"ot lour Song fe Mine-cbs country born in Otis. Ark_-.. Died

small but would be undoubtedly supported them. Mr. Byrnes says that realistic approach Abbott Gabriel t.Heailer.Costelto Comment-abc -mbs I Jan. 1. 1924.

if ':1S-News" Broldc..t-rnt.. r 1851-Cla>'ence Eddy not-H
necessary, by full force of to the agreements reveals that ihe
'.30-District Attorney Drama-nbo :! Chicago organic of his dav. horn
the United States and Great Hritain. This Soviet Union got very little that it was notable Iio James For Melton the li"'wse-abc Contert-cbs i i in Greenfield. Mass. Died Jannarv -

t I would mean war and it is to be douhttdhdh'r to take "without agreements." 1<. U..mptUIIho"hl"a 10. 1937
10.03;-The Bis Story Drama-nb i 1834; James C R P.1
1l 1 \\ the Russians: :: are ready for such a In view of the course followed by the The \\luMIer" I'.an,*-cbs t A t
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I. --\\ ''+'l 1iKhtl. byterian miss-onary-educatoi n
gamble. Soviet Union since the end fo the war in Opinionalr 'orum-robs India for over 40 years born ,.' QJ

j The Soviet Union has made great Eastern Europe it is evident that lire 10:;;0..-..1..1..1.-Jimn.T' Durant Show. ..,. -ntoCal.fotuia i' Rural Valley. P.I. Diets Au-. -,
: 3!-.Iudiu-wb.. 20. 1925.;>>
1J I gain in Europe and elsewhere! since th Byrnes speaks the truth. When the United 1 $1g0-News t \arlety I 2 cbe j 1878-Irviri S. Cobb. fanutl t.
.- .mduion. of 'orJdTar II and it is Newsarlety.I Dane r-h .-cbs ,
quitepos.viblc States withdrew its soldiers from Europe New & Dancing Hour-abc mon et and author. bom 'n P. J that the leaders of the Kremlin in to the almost hysterical demand News. Dan, Land t hr.-mbs; i Ky. Died :Ma.ch. 10. 1944i .
response 12:OO;-Danclnc Continued_bc-wst j

1 are inclined to seek': further objectives from the homefront it left the Russians i Subscribe to The Cit zen.

without the risk of another world war. in a position to do what they pleased TOIUY HISTORY :

agreement or no agreement. I (Know America) r

CHURCH-STATE FIGHT 1683--Signing of historic treaty i i Roberts OFFICE; .......

There is no such thing as being too of peace and friendship between .i Sl'ITLIES 4 a.

A serious situation has arisen in Hun- clever. William Penn and the Indians in 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250ClIll 8:

jrary, where the government seems to be Pcnns 1836-Congress Ivania votes to distribute is,' for U( PI.S; .

proceeding with plans to nationalize the Some the surplus, in the trvasui y. j iuf .
3 "popular" people are not as All Muk(*. T> |au'"riler>.
parochial schools of the Catholic Church. I about 20 million dollar, among .
popular as they would have you think. the States. .\tlllin Mnrliiiifo ancln..1s.

The Catholic cardinal recently advised 1857-Willu m Kelly of Ken- I \\ rilrrRental !-' '
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members of his church to !stop listening to TRYING TO AWAKEN U. S. tucky adjudged the oiigmal inventor Typewriters and t S JJ'\
of the o-<-alled Bessemer .
llungaiian i broadca. Accusing the Com- I Adding Machines ? (e -
process of steel nuking by tin SALES FOR MARCHANT .
munist-dominated regime of exerting mon Secretary of State George C. Marshall U. S. Patent Office. CALCULATORS tfti .

.vtious moral pressure the cardinal has emphasizes), the seriousness of the international 1868( .- Christopher LathanSholts ,.44 L

eatened to excommunicate and his associates granted j - -- e .
any Catholic I I
situation attention
calling to
patent for the first practical s'd .
6 v., who supports the plan. the "initial advantage"that lies with the t-H'wlltcr-Iater the Remington I ..

Newspaper dispatches report that in I 1877-The Supreme Council of
dictators because of their ability to .take ;
:.' the Royal Arcanum founded in Let Us Help You r fc
one village where the issue was being hotly quick action and warning that "a late Boston ;;i a sy

Hr discussed, a policeman was killed. 25 I awakening to danger" by the democracies: I'I 1924-First successful d .

persons, including the parish l.rit':4. were would add immesaurably to the cost of ultimate j'! dusk flight cru5S-cuuntl.y lwn.to-I f I Plan Your FloorsFree fx r
by Lieut. Russell L. r
a rrch>cl. I '. y 1.
success.: I the Army Air St,>rvln.-. Ksliinnlea: Givens 9. f
r Government; officials and church Mr. Marshall retains his confidence I! 1938-The Civil Aer..nautH-s &pha1t TileRubber ; .- y ..
leaders are clashing in bitter public statements j,I in the democracies noting that Authonty created by Act "f Con- Tile e fzt.,
;: experiencehas gn-ss. Cork Tile _ _ t
as the government moves to carryout proved that the democracies I . Plastic YJ - .,
I once 1942 Advance German foi'<.>, Floor Tile .
its plans and the officials of the church: aroused to concerted action possess!': the each the Libyan-Egyptian iron- Plastic Wall Tile .
; it with i tier. eB.oadfelisoCapello
r.ppoxe vigor. j
material and :spiritual strength to over- : HH3-PmiJtmt Roosevelt rv- Wool Rugs cc s .
come the initial advantage of the dicta I Uikr<< ; coal miners returning tiwoi r Acoustic CeilingsHardwood ,'J P, F P 1
Freedom of F
1 speech is not valuable k. 11
unless tor. This is undoubtedly borne out by history Flooring a
somebody will listen. I 1945-Amfin-an liumU-rs and t Formica for Sinks.
of the first and World 'I .
second Wars
..1 : fighters lange over a 130inil( Counters. Tables

/ I. and will no doubt be amplified if a third fnmt as they attack Jap t-trong- Floor Sanding and .

Many a woman fights!' a divorce not to 'nrlel'ar takes place. I holds in China 1I 1 I Refinishings ..

keep: her husband! but to hold on to a meal What the Secretary is 1916dummy{ atomic lionili' I Listen to "CLAl'DI' -
ticket.: trying to do. dropped on Hikim in (IllIrv Cates floor Coverings \ rM

I however is to awaken the people of thedemocl"I.ti. hearsal. l.'K w..., I Mir I I ; .\.M.: :
1947! U. S.
Senate I
states to present peril] in orderto overridePresident's : J. L. GATES .
TREE A man who sticks; to his, Veto and the TafiHarllty -
principles i is .
Inentlby Ffuhborn 1 persuade: them to take now the steps I..ibuc Bill becomes 1 law Flooring Contractor b O"UD VMDI, AUJIIOlny tf "u CIJ\.A CUI" ;

Wes : ; a man who doesn't is a hypocrite which might prevent costlier action later 925 WHITE STREET KEY WEST: (:()(:A-tCH.\: JMI'ANY IY .

of ( -so what? Answer? it yourself. on. The American mandrake root PHONE 1599 HO'I'fl.lCO111':11Y: rd

FuaBUll tsn yield laxative medicine. c;. 1'0/4"/ lb c_CeIo cw..r




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yF . ( FOKECASTOf I House Shortage :

Of"* West and Vicinity: : Part- (. MUNICH. Gt'rmmv.-.AP-A
ly cloudy with scattered showers j peddler's horse as tenant: in a iP %
and thunderstorms today, to. j villa here was discovered during
Mfchl and Thursday. Not much i. a recent census of available ;
-\c, change in temperature.;: Moderate housing space.: '
" ; to. fresh east southeast winds City housing officials checking

:.Florida: Partly cloudy thru through the records found thata .
tor.toat Thursday Few isolated showers I horse-owner had registeredhis ': i ; -L .jr'Lh

southeast Florida C'I...:.t early mare as tenant of one room Lb's S
, in a bomb-damaged villa A j
Thursday and few
morning isolated -
aftt'l no..nhm'r; and I spot check confirmed that the \ jiit
<. iKtinderstnnns ds..wht.'l.'t'd- horse occupied one large room,
.hrstlay and Thursday. next door -to that of his holder.on .
the first floor of the
East Gulf and Jacksonville damaged
house The room, however, had i
lay. .lhrw Florida Straits: ModerateWaionally
I been converted into a stable
fresh east to south-
t_ Tear trly winds over south porItib'ns registration j
"" an elderly woman shared her j
: today tonight and Thursday I
mall and kitchenette with
? Moderate south to southeasterly I t
I. 15 big grey-hounds. j
) 1 winds over north portions ii
today end tonight becoming i t
I No Name Key
moderate to occasionally south i
1ft. FTly winds Thur laPartlv i ioldudy (east end) _+211 20m
Boca Chica
with few local !ohnver.5' | :
: (Sandy Point-Oh tOm
to Apalachicola:
No small craft Caldes Channel
or storm warnings '
ifeued (north end) -42hlOm +1.4 ft. 3' 1' too
as oOo 4
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Report '
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2.r Key West Fla.. June 23, IfMS (-)-Minus sign: Corrections
)} to be subtracted. j
(Observation taken at City Office.
eli ; 8:30 A.M, EST (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to GLAMOROUS SURROUNDINGS Srrern Actor Tyrone Power urins as lie Und>
. be added. \\ith eight Florida Poster Girls at their debut in St. Petersburg. Ho
':It Temperature (h-Hour" I
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Highest yesterday 90
Lowest last night 78Mtan : i t-flt'cwd a deep concern umor.g Contrary to popular impressions -
84 !, Shortages Plague fnivers. Ta IS virtually! itrnosMhh about the industry of ant.v a
,Normal' 82 to find. : recent study in Panama showed
Precipitation The wheat content in bread h,,>. that 40 pet cent ot the ants hd
TuLI 'a. n'tD that I: Modern
last 24 hours .03 in.- I Turkey been reduced and, unless you nothing fo then community.
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I) Total this month .88 ins : bake at home or find a black

4is: Deficiency this month 2.63 ins. 1 ISTANBUI .-(AP).-Shortage* market source, you must l>r satisfied
Total this year 17.( ins ate plaguing Turkey again. Sugai with a very ht-avy. brie -WEAKfNERVOUS !\
Excess this'ypar 4.60 :n> ,
is virtually non-cxi&ten.'t so far loaf that hardly tastes like bread
'>5 Relative Humidity as the consumer is concerned. It But there! ; no shoitage of food In
at 8:30 A.M. !fd
is "'II.tuaUn"n- 'xist '111 so far bt-neri4l-for l..eh. i can ui'fmo
0. 70'.
.... as the consumer is concerned. It to buy a. Maiki-.s aiLjjiiinnii '
Barometer month'?
l ts being rationed once again. with lamb and bef andny ivp cranky 'every
). IS.. Level 8:30 AJ4. Ar. you distress offemkte
r The government will not use the of vegetable and fruit a |ni.n functional VJ 30.10 ins-IOI9.3 n.bs Don this 11'10.I felt CO
word "'ration" Rumors of a shortage might desiie.Moscow _
Tomorrow's AlmanacSunrise tired hl--b->truug. noll..b
of matches started a run that times? Thru *o try Lydia I:. Plnk-
, 5'39 a.m. ham'g..table Compound to relev
'.ln Sunset 7 19 p.m. wiped out supplies in virtually home of the University such *>mptofi..l Plnknun'i Compound -
, every stole and stand within a of Idaho was called 'Pal atll.t'"' U made nprciaUt "_C1L
Mo nrise 10:03 p.m. It also his .ba' Doctor oil a
Mo jet 8:13 a.m. single day. Actually, there areplenty Lt.ful't' It,< name was changed in totnmchte tonic effect'Any druratore'LYDIA
i- of matclu .. but the run 13T;;. E PINKHAM'S re aa
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Eastern Standard Time) '

y" ; 4:23 High jrt1+., 10:25 Low a.m. M II Ii'

ceE ,t11DDITjONAL, i,51 l .m. TIDE 11:4 DATA p.m. ': More And More People ;t tHI

I ftdertn Station: Key West y
Time oft i Height of
StatioDTid. (high water DANGER! An open drawer ina

-.3 DaUa' HondliJ. filing cabinet invites disaster Y/in Automatic f
- (ttrldgeOh 10m 0.0 ft. fo the office worJI( r.. Buy .

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r Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete I I II \ Electric Water Heaters


I I .............'"_0- li l IIEi{ES PROOF* ::1::

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-- : .'. ; ,,, :!!o.- ..,. I IIII II i Mnny Surrey C.leurly Herwtl the Rapidly' /""*T vi. i/i r leraril t:1 :

--.- .., 2/. J fur Minlfrn .tnltmiutic Electric n ,,If.r heaters: ,iII I
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t j\-= II *A compn-Hv' :r.\i ,ells -\ t.! iii.>umjncinily uia>l.- fin the National Electrical YIt
I I Manufacturers Association shows that THREE TIMES a- m.mv.. want &utoIIKIIIC I',

I ...IIW'. LOW I -- .-.1..ul'a 1<'I H-;>!ers as now have tliciti.rr ''I',.
i rSUMMER j Ie I 1'1 :
RATES ,, ''I I *.\ contest i-ondncted by Mi-Call's Masain.and: : .,
I tschsi.e Nonb RtMk Section Cal Tropical Patio a Superb Cuili I a ut ve-y conducted by Successful Farming stars ,,!II,
Cutkuil l.mincr a Solarium Cabana
that OVER TWICE as many w m.-n plan to buy i t
14" fjtrU j ill an uutomutic t It-c.tr:e- Water Heater as now tiawone.

ON THE *A SU"V1.by the Office of Civilian Requirements I I III
i PEOPLE abu nval> tinlarg..- and glowing xipuUiit of (
J i F.. DENMSON, Manager I mod rn eUiUKWaur Ili-att-i.-. ,LiI '

: Former Manager of the Casa Marina \ ,I AND this number it in""asmg daily as i>ev|>Ieee I i

1 - 111/I/ ANT % for themsi-lve the MX major auvuntages' .f If
th- nHnk-ni ek'ctrivVeter Ilealt-r
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ADAPTABLE t'.lll1ll' -iou Watt lines: rtcjuirts no flue or vent: (-It It's ECONOMICAL
11'1 I' --.i-p; i.ilr.. mi lilt liAMst d.>oieslir eK-vtric rate: (a> It automatically l

.. I, cWtrtiic vides PLENTY light. OF HOT WATER wherever yeti need it: ItV TROUBLC- "IV'I'I :'I'

i. 77i' .tiiloimtlir Electric littler II enter 1 1I
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i I of autcmati= electric Water Heaters almost TRIPLED . .
Now they are again :.ooring-Io new peaks. In the years to come it ?.
II will increase steadily . . for the :

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If'e Are Prepared To Furnish Yoit IV'sill

M (:I"r, Pure CUBES or CKUS11ED ICE i :nlI'I','

.,. ... Thompson Enterprises, Inc. : I! City Electric System


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; : you Male arc standing Straphanger on my: "Madam foot." I I IiifurnialioH for the AtUerliscrtBLAtHFACK :t tATIt

r-ii t Female Ditto: "1 beg your par-

It It t dun. I thought it belonged" to the Fill. IlEII1.511 T\PK .ad I1tvm"nt f 1:.a\NiAT,'lassfird I.-e..tl.: .. t tm..n'
man sitting down. is In"ula"l in ai,an.e. Itat
II Adv-rlisrments under this h.ad rrguiar tvertis,'r" with h-4g.r ao_ \
.. hate their ad.ertu.
I FOR SALE slip l>* inverted in Th 'Hi7.nth at until >
rate vt :" a wrd fvr rrf.-h in.acrtin. men't eharg./ ," t
,; BLII AlIf'" 1)ECiJLI1:
minimum 'har- f
l ul the
Iwite model washing machine, the first> li: .....nl.. ..r Iws Is ;'W'. T.r insures |.....lat .n. t-pv itvithf t
I Tl" rate for fclknwe !>_ toT k. in Tl fiflz'ii ottiff tcfi-r* i|
new gears and rollers. $6.00. wa .). unfl the minimum charge for ..Vlnrk in this morning of Ibe d/
Can he seen at Tony's Auto the Ilrei li word t.. 4ic. of publication- t' ,
Body Shop. 603 Greene Str-'ct. I I
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jun23-6t i Ml adverli init l. a -vp r l ond"r the following ...'diM.'n.- In tae
I event ...frr..r in .,i",rrtisin transient ..r ....ntta'-\. Th" 'iUz n mill |,( ,
first tnwrtion In 1"t..iff.ddrrrthlwa.. an<| tlJI
for lh"
Pressing Clui good business op respoimiMe.*ln. _ri.i.nly......inK t.'r."'" th. n' ...,,1 am-.... -f space occupied liy tits ,
portunity. C09 Duval Street. I part vt the .dtrrliwni. nt w lirrr th.rrr..r in'rur.11.
t tI
jun23-6tx ..
I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtHELP :
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fi I t .1" ft i LANDSCAPING \
Lot 48x50. corner of Duval and
Louisa Streets. Good location I II
Wardlows Landscaping ell. 4133;
for a home or btt iness. Two A SPECIALIST
Avenue E. Phone 743-W. "
blocks from city bathing beach. IN AVIATIONIn I
Price. $2500.00. Call 25. a fast world. the way to \ junl=-ISt I
jun23-4t fast is to learn one of the
and trades demanded by FOR SALE-USED CARS I

Meat display case. R ft. In good future Y>u have a chance Ii i
condition. Reasonable. 1500 learn . move up fast . 1936 Chevrolet pirk-up truck,
I Newton Street jun23-4tx draw good pay while you're dlin I j factory built. Good running 1
it! HereVs how. If r I condition. Can lie seen'at

Duval street location. Equipped a high school graduate betw : Monroe Motors Paint Shopper I

i.i for soda fountain service. Am- 17 and 34 years old. you can '! at 140Loon Street. after 6.DS I
ple room living quarters in lect the specialized P.M. jun2J-3U.
rear. Leaving town. Telephone training your prefer qualify I
i 9150. 222 Duval. jun22-2tx 1 FORE you enlist and be I 193 Packard Six. for-dor s*laa. ;
of that training. It's .. : Good mechanical condition: I

26-foot commercial fishing boat to you under the U.S. Air $235.00. Can be seen at Tony'j I
with small skiff and fKh pot. Aviation Career Plan. Get I Auto Body Shop.
Also complete furnishings for full facts all details, at ,' i jun25-6t I
+ house. Apply 1-D Porter Place nearest U.S. Army & U.S. --- I
after 5 p.m. jun22-3tx Force Recruiting Office at ; FOR RENT-ROOMS
I N.E. 3rd Street. Miami. Fla. I
Electric Singer sewing machine. J.2- OVERSEAS HOTEL
THE Hmo LOOK.11l 1 LEI SILIIOl'- I SI2. .OO. l1ab seen 11-1 Poin- I 917 Fleming Street I

C.harmingly I ;tclorian KITE . . (,"/'per nml i ciana Place. jun22-2tx Wanted-Expert operator for j 1 $8.00 to Weekly$10.00 without Rates Bath '

tins rustling evening hlnck striped ntin is Underwood 12" standard typewriter dozer attachment and Hystaway experienced in I $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath 1

goner 01 black mid pink linedor tin nnnxindItifrln I excellent condition.. building and land clearing. junl-tf ;

,.Ilfmrpn T,I"' .**"/. citrklnilr.'5. hased 1111tered 1122 Simonton Street rear. i iThree ply by letter giving full I Clean. comfortable room. Rea- j

tutu sninll "rlll.l. llie styles Hf 50 yenr jun22-2tx : and salary to John Ta sonable. 513 Whitehead, opposite
Ramrod Key. Ijun2I32
ed leitres. Tlie/nil skirt a?r,. llnslle e//ert argil rooms of furniture gas]I Court House. :

terrors *'"mr" in the back Jnllneux ttre tyjiirnlImck. Move gas refrigerator. 311 HELP WANTED :.#LL.
I Whitehead Street. jun22-3tx I

Blacks-tone washing machine with
AP Ncwslcaluics 1 pump used about four months Honest and reliable man or Tip Top Bakery and adjoining
I 1
make house to huu
NEW YOhK.-The well-dressed woman will look like a' nadorfan fan. adjustableon man to !! home with two apartment!
portrait from the family album next fall if the Guild of New stand wondci fully cool. contacts for our Street studio. Bakery doing a nice business.
York Designers have their way.A I Motorola radio phonnraph.1with 509 Southaid I 915 Eaton Street. Phone &9 ..

recent preview of fall styles presented by some 40 members records. Phone 13S1-J # jun22-5tx
after 6 liefore 9:30 a.m. 37-I
of the Guild took inspiration from the theme "Whistler and K. N.A.S.or jun223txI HELP WANTED-FEMALE FORCompletely RENT r
His Time." Fashions revived the silhouettes and fabrics of the I 1.

later years of the painter's life from 1880 to 1905. llou.schold I I I articles 2 trunks Do you enjoy having mone : fumishcl O\ISC. Apo

The Guild is a professional association of dress designers men's clothing, sire 10: radio. Then you will enjoy fully I, ply rear 914 Pack Street. .
representing a cross-section of garment manufacturers: in a 1 electric clock etc. Mrs. Rochon. i money :you can make as a ,i un21-6tx
wide price range. Members worked with original source material ; Overseas Hotel. jlln -2tx time Avon R I
at the Brooklyn Museum. I :. Pleasant friendly work 'i Charming house flat' the rigtix
Styles shown included costumes for sports street cocktail I ,'(.rolux refrigerator goon( con I good pay. For interview I| people. Gard TdephoreL

and evering"lear.. in addition to wedding gowns and brides- I dition. Call 1163-J. I stating address to District : 459-R Jun .5tx ....
maids' frocks. All were based on paintings prints and textiles ; jun'''-2tx ager. P.O. Box 1101, West :
'i -
from the Whistler era and were presented in nine scenes each Beach Florida. STORAGE
New Elgin 5 h.p. outboard motor. ,
basd on the artist's work. "
,.... ._ -- Still in crate. Apply rear 1012 Young lady age 22 to 30. I Red Brick Storage Co. Furnitkrp
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Vtrcla upstairs jun22-3tx anent resident for Tel I I\ or commercial. Phone 'i9J
WILL YOU SMILE? i WILL YOV SMILE? Company Business Office. T i juhl #
I Unfurnished house with lot. ing and ability to meet -

Cramped Quarters: Well Why Not? | House story and half. For information public essential. See I FOR RENT-COTTAGES
j write P.O. Box -142.i Scofield. Southern Bell Tel.
i I| Key West. jun22-2tx Tel. Company. 530 S<"- Completely furnished cottage for
Bo&.f "You \\.nt a reuse Why Dmi-i--T\v. rgg-s and a slice of Street. rent. Near beach. Couple
don't'uU live \\IUlin'uu'r" halo pt.It"V"iter ." ; Baby crib. Man's new batloon- t only no pets. Phone 124.
means?" \ (shoutmu tI..wnfJt'ak- j tired bicycle. Electric three- FOR RENT-APARTMENTS jun21 23 2-3t;
Employe: : "1 d.( .. MI : but you ing tube"Send up two cacklesand burner hot plate. Apply J-3 fi'I I

d n't realize" liow I am crowdedfoi a 11,unto ; Fort Taylor Phone 1503-R. Furnished apartment. 3 I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
space. ----- --
jun22-3tx and bath. Maid and i AND COTTAGES
i i oIll11millllllllJIlllllllllllilillmlllllmmlllUlUllllllllhI> service, linens and
d1 ItIiI:11hillfl11111fIflii111Athti! it:ilihfiAimi111ts : i 1100 Pullets starting to lay. Soil furnished. Summer rates. Beat The Heat '

What's Doing N.C.C.S. all or part. Chcsp. 721 Olivia al Hotel Apartments, :' Scllthuim.1ronm apartments
1021 Dural Street I Street. Phone 515-K. I Post Office. :- i and cottages open for inspection -
at the i jun22-3tx and comparison.) New;
ARMED SERVICES I 3 apaitmcnts available at clean. completely furnished.For .
Y.M.C.A. 1! PROGRAM |,I Bungalow small store buildingand I William Street. your (cool quiet comfort

i: 'inimmmiimmiMiii'imimimmmmimmiimmiu'Vi iI lime grove on four nice 6-windows. Electric fans. No
Jackson Square. Whiteheadand lots size 50' x 120 each in good Furnished apartment adults Ipd infants. 1321 Simonton. *

Southard Streets'II1mllnllllIII1'IIIIi1i.ImmllllllmmIlIllIllIIllIIlP i WEDNESDAY i I; section. This can be bought on Com'm:ences. $ juO=-2lx
1:00 P.M. 11.00 P M -Billiards.I .
j 1 i easy terms. Johnson & John- 1206 Florida Slirct.
I Ping Pong. Writing Room, I son. Phone 372. junl-tf 1003-W. !. Furnished cottage and apartment.
Wednesday Showers.
I 1128 Street
Apply Margaret
1:00 P.M.-Fishing Patty: Naval'| 12:30 P.M. H<,:.,',';iI Patient 1500 I II t-hects. 8'i x 11. white new Furnished 2 1-2-room Phone 846-J. jun216tMISCELLANEOUS
Hospital Patients. Joint Program i! Fishing Parly joint program,|I print. 25c. Artman Press, Citizen!I Utilities furnished. Couple .]!
YMCA. NCC'S.C.30 i NCCS, YMCA and Red Cross. Building Phone 51. Apply 915 Windsor Lane.
P. M. Ye Ole Party |
Country 1:00 P.r.I.ay"I"t. Physical -
I jl jlI i junl7-13t I
featuring Square Dancing i Fitnc.,.. Class. I Washers, irons vacuums and

Virginia ReeL I I 2:00: P.l\I.-Navy: Wives Club. II Wrapping paper of various sizes. Furnished -bedmoni fans repaired. OBriaLl. Phone
10:15 P. M. Weiner
p.M-Cux.n Class. 1161-M. junl-tf
I Artman Press Phone 51. ment. Apply 1500 ."
Patio Grille. .:00 P.M.-Spanish ConvcrsaJ
: n I I jun2l-7t Phone 613-J.
Thursday Group. I Floor sanding done by experts.
9.00P.M.-Dance. John Pritch- I 9:001'.M.Dance. Three Sara I White outside paint white ena Two-!>cdroom unfurnished Free estimates given. Phouc
aid and His Orchestra. I I
Friaay i! Orchestra. mel. $2.73 pvr gal. 5'. D.D.T. ment for rent. Furniture .. 163. or call at 701 Caroline St

8:30 Pinochle and THURSDAY Fly-go. 29c r er qt. Doherty & sale with I>utment. I junlatfCaroline
Movies.1'.I.-nl'iobe, i:i :!;{M) P.M.Scaplane Base Viol.. Co. 84G Olivia, cor. Packer. 1332 Seminary '
J Navy Wives. Phone 1597. jun4-tf Shop. 223 Ann Street
Saturday 3:00 A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing Efficiency apartments :; will remain open through June
8.00 P. M.-l\IQ''ics.
10:15 I.--Jukt. Box D+ncin tan I I Machine. Typewriter. Writing New Majestic wire-recorder radio- I only. Paul" Tire Shop. with increasing stock of new.
the patio 1 RoomShowers. plionfizraph: table model. Call :::: inexpensive cottons for slipcovers -
FRIDAY I 1I39-W. junlC-6tx and draperies. From 10 to
Sunday !! 2:00 I'.M. Softball f,MNavy Apartment. Children but 5 daily except Thursday and
9:45 A. ft* -Java Club, discussion -
'i i Wives ii Bayview Park. pet Apply 526 Simonton. Saturday afternoons.
Group. :!:OO P.M.-Pre-natal Cla.- Department 1 1 I junI5-7t
1:00 A. M.-"Go to CIIUKCHParties. I 1 I
." of Health Instructor. 13 IS }'fortl.Id'.JI" -*'d3n. 7000 I
i I i Lady driving to New York Thurs
3:00 P.M.-Classical Hour, selections miltpractically IK-W. $IOO. Apartment for rentAdults 1
announced. f I 000 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing Bill Meyers. Gift Cuunt 'r. La I! 1021 Packer St. day. 1941 Chevrolet. Df'\>iTCSladv

9.00 P. Fellowship Hour on Machine Typewriter, Writ- Concha Hotel. jun22 2tx; 'Jd"4.'njt'r.harl'; expense
I'I ins Room Showers. FOR RENT- I 1122 Simonton Street, upstairs
the Patio. Community SingIng
Beatrice Moreno at the- ;I i SATURDAY == I I' AND ROOMS jun222txFOR :

Piano. I 2:0 f'.M.--fA.xtng Training. '
10'W P. M.-Coffee Hour !I 11$) ".: 1. fiK P.M -Dnrs.smgRooms. Bcndix Home Laundry, price $1,-i: The Stut Hotel. 410 "' j i
(;. S. O. iiirvtinga Girls Service !i Showers for Bathers. Silo plus six notes on equip I I Stmt. has a pulmancttc .. { SALE
Organization), every 2nd 1 I SUNDAY ment. 1012 Division Street. !I and several sleeping rooms !j 4 Improved Lots-Sidewalks.
and 4th Monday. : 10:00 A Communion Break- jun 19-6tx cant. Low weekly or i. Sewer. Water. Pared Street
Game Room: Chinese Chcck- ; f; st. Whitelwt Club. U.S. Sub I i rates. : I II" Zoned A.B.

era;. chess. card.. ping-pong pool i,: Banc (2nd Sunday PhiKv rrdio for Ford$25.00.. Dial I I I .
writing desks, library, current ': l: magazines various table games ; Pool. Wiener Roast (sign up aeriaL 3001 Harris Avc. 'I Court or Apartments
I 70-Foot
etc. in advance jun2l-3tx j American radio warbler r : Frontage.

Showers tennis rackets golf I Information services housing i, i mg!'. Teach your bird's 1 1I Very Special Prices
clubs, fishing, line, cameras city maps. I, Vacuum cleaner. McAllister ba: ongs. Key iVest Garden .. I
checking service film service, Religious literature library I less tank type. All attain I I Lawn Supply Co.. 914 }"' I Close to New Bract
mailing and wrapping packages telephones. stamps wrapping and ments. Like new. Phone I Key West's goldfish he
receiving messages, phone booths.fctamps. mailing packagesrailway express 1 I' 3-W. jun21-3tx ters. jar :' PRICED AS LOW AS
railway express service service laundry pick-up- I $1700
available to SERVICE PERSON- available to all defense forces Complete paint spraying outfit WANTED TO BUY
NEL. and their families. consisting of twin cylinder compressor. I I I I nun J. DION

Leslcish DavisDirector.. 1 i MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN *s h4>. motor quart Wanted Cut Hair-Will pay I REALTOR
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- '! Executive Secretary container 3-galIon container.I 3 dollars pr ounce 'I WALTKR 11EEUE
iccior. i= MISS HILDA CASTILLO. sets: of air and paint ho*. with on: length color and
Lillian Weaver-Secretary.]:' Secretary ::un. Apply Ross Spencer 1028 of hair. Send full length -I ASSOCIATE
Dore*>n Cruz InformationDesk a Virginia Street. I ple. Lock Box 103. Key ., Office 524 Southard St. Phone US

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: 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ; -

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: I'Niily of Action Tojb for the Children : We Will Call For and Deliver
kj J Serving . SEE OUR !. Service Station i
J| .BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 : : iMcclncal 4 I : ; 33 Years' Experience la Electrical Work ; '1 I
k "LUNCHEON. SHOWING of Appliances ; J. H. BitADY. Manager PHONE SIMFranci ; :...
: 11:30 to 2 .......... ......... ...... : : and Division Strt eta
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; Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" :
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t 8 A.M. to Midnight S I'rojtrielary i Delivery Service NOW AVAILABLE9 -
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FURNITURE CO. : : Exrlusire Monroe County Distributor /or : : BETRAYED A TRUSTs ; .4 UE.\trrv: ; tk ,
5 : WE NEVER: WILL : :. J (tilt! ,, CAROLYNOverseas III'I'1 'F; 'I
I : 720 DUVAL STREET ; i Carrier Air-Conditioning i LOPEZFuneral t Hotel 919 Fleming SL..I l ...
Jmeiiile Furniture o AniliiiTaucc S cn,ir( : Children'sApparel t '
: HOUSEHOLDFURMTURE : : for Domestic and Commercial Ut, : : ..- ,
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: : !33 PHONES 9150 : Service v \ Specialize In ; ..

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5 Arranged" : \\a:>litn;! Miirliiuo for Iniiiicdiale Delivery :: Licensed ; Scientific All Beauty Branches Culture 4r"1. ,

OPEN MOll TILL: and 9-.CO SAT.P.M. :: HOME APPLIANCE E E&OS Ambulance Thoroughly Experienced ;- ;f. :,
5 PAINTING! Contractor
..........5........... SIMONTON SKEET PHONE 11 : : Service Operator ,
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PassengerRepresentatives : ,: 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1013 : : FLOOR SANDING : i Key West FlaSOUVENIRS. Beauty Salon ,
Full PET SUPPLY Line : : ,
5 : : On OW cr New Floors-CALL US : Frames )'--'k. O ne r ,

I lorFLORIDA ,: : Full. I GARDEN SUPPLY Line : l.Hfrnnlr.t.l ll'ork Modern Method :, : I ; 1010 GRIKIIELL:: STREET: :
in all its -/uue.
: C.ullurc;
: EAST ; Courteous Senicc and Delivery : I DOUGLAS!} THEVORIJ52V { : CONCH SHELLS : Permanents Scalp Treatments :

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S DR. COBO'S : dwellings Fire i Insurance ; Landscaping! Marl\ and Top SoilTOP 5 SPONGES : 9 PIIOM131: : I IjSJ !. '
l\1arlon\ '
1430: Duvdl Street
: OFFICE n.ereantiIS ; ,
; 5bldgs" : ..
: INSURING with r
bouse: br SOIL :.3.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : -
FLEMING STREET. '. : : MARU WLED. SS.OO for 4 YARDS Will Ship lo Any Port : ; CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON: .: : l
R.u of La Concha Hotel :: sonii'effec-tL:: Atlantic Mutual Fire Insurance Co. ; : Also Lots CIN-cd and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : ; of l/JJ./ or Canada : Southernmost House in the U.5A f .

.. PHONE 124 Save We on AU Policies on-Assessable. , : S. Palacio : J; ,9, Featuring . "1h
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.....................: : Mercantile Stock" /. /. Crusoe, A g t. Phone 674. iV n 1021 Olivia St. 0 Spot HI'lllIc.in;; ;\b:- .E' Y : to I,
I'HONE 801 : 401 South Street ;
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ing or Finest ,
822 Fleming St. B. M.Danl L.Prop. Phone 1013 ; : Open Daily and Sunday, S Sale .' ' In Permanent I
: 5 P.M.: to 1 A.M. : L+T R x EI Wares . j
5 Scooters :
Cushman Motor Appraisal
: Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; : COMP1tllDers f : Lease : I Beauty
BICYCLE : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches Rentals

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BUSS O Parking flagsYintlsbiI'lIJ" : In Key West ; 'r Street
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to the rp : O\ t : 5 : J. OTTO : a Beauty ..
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LINKS ; O Footrests ; and ALL OTHER: COMPLETE COVERAGE ; y; BeauticiansSpecializing ;

5 Have Fun! ::, Al-o DAVION BICYCLES and : Key VI est Insurance Co. : :: 919 411 Whitehead Fleming Strtat Street :: a- " y Most Modern in :

: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : :, STELLCOTE Ill'IilJEK' ENAMEL : : 31S SIMCNTCN STREET PHONE: 1371 : Phonea 124 and 738-R : ' v'. Phase of I
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r24..H SERVICE: FOR Ana RENT :' : INSURANCEOFFICE : Good Work Low Prices -'
; Experience in Watchmak : FOR SALE ; @
L. 5 ing qualifies us to assure Our Customers Must ZJ. 5 : lour Entire House with 1 ; Daily between 9: AM. and 3:30 ; e
you accuracy and depend : : PM*-Appclntrrcnls are accepted :
; ability in repairs. : Satisfied f fJ.\1 fill INLAID LINOLEUM : jlU! SOI IIIAI5I) : : from public by Senior Students of ,.
Whether it is the inex- ; STKKETOpposite cqitl
; pensive seven jewel or : 5 TheSouthernmost
\.: the most costly seventeen : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : or ASPHALT TILE Bus Station f fof

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, If your watch is not ; 5 e .TLLKPIKIM: : : 1131 FOR ESTIMATE : I IIOIIbO.. 1 : Beauty Culture t :,
giving complete satisfaction BAR and ,
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why not bring ; 523 Southard Slrert (1
; it in? Our charges arc extremely ; : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : Key .: -THE- There are a number available with over 800 hours
reascnable. PHONE 9112 ; of state<<: approved instruction who knu.* the latest :
: 925 DIVISION STREET : PorterAllen phases in beauty culture. These student beautician*,
DAN VAROLL : -V/e Deliver"- : Floor Co. : ; under expert supervision: of a Longed' teacher: of
..: WATCH and JEWELRY ; : &UcHl: Drinks und Coldest Beer in Town : Covering : Company ; beauty though culture, do good work at very low prices. Al- .
5 REPAIRINGWork ; appointments are not required it is advisable. :
Goods i3u DUVAL sTHnrr: KEY WEST. FLORITA : For
& Packaged : S Appointment Slop at
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: When You Go
_._ .. : nod Pay A. Too Wear or Use

t ; Fool Shopping : : DIF" CASH or 1'LR11Sfat; : : Illi'IVC Regular $12-35 Values $10.95 : w
lo Get . ;: : iTIIjn. O Regular $10.95 Values $7.95 .
: f'ir. :; ,.. PLUMBING
5 / ... D. : I-idi. V COAT; SUITS HAM -1'HICE :

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; SKUNK: :i. in >oiii:i I inriil.i : .
ENRICHED BREADTh 1 :. i 4).,. .. : .Couch Covers .Linens .Curtains .Plastic Table Cloths ; ALL WORK GUARANTEED I II
5 I fl"lI4See Beautdal! roc a ai .uC indt : : and Aprons SUrerwar Radios Electric Irons s
Foundation of T. lay'. : :v I!!:. ;.r Table Radlo-Fhon'j-p at ; "Convenient Terms Arranged"HAMILTON I iicin:i.: TIM\II.> ON KIOI: ( I IST; ,
SIt : : tnlls: and lie Saris f ied :
: Meal Planning 5"S 4 J \I AI' Music fTh. I MERCANTILE CO.
PHOWKXM !: S; W.Hav. S s/. :. TELEPHONE 1512 ; Phones 781 and 229-W
Snuthacl Strict
522 :
: Key Wed A* t" : ; Hrr : 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St. : 3I;I MARGARITT:: : STHEET :

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Bob's .
; Sports Win From \ .. -_ _ \.TIt'1
; ": <- TUB riHC-Vf-,' f"O"R': Of TMK Ii eTEs' J! TOil01'TW ** 04FHVIbKird :
t < ':1.*:' ':'T" JI Diii U. ,'II"'T ii The ."_r,,m.n< 'roll .#.f ,.* city I.. hereby eien: .ha. if...
\ t'.A : I I 4.l* THIS .T'Tfc Ol. HOIIIUt.I %I t:f* \Tft Fl,,r*<1a for thfar. Xcljsm..f 4......t\. <1"mmuenera"C! !
c I I .tit It .-0. HOH4: 40l1Tt.t'11U "U'' lie ..Tntnt' la.p'4'ii'I ...yh. Cun'v. ..1.:0. ..ill.......
Dairymen Last Evening i j I lIJIA'.'.:11'. };, pul.ile .t the Tux ..as'wcccrfEwuii. ;:11..n..... Ciurk' .lff..... iC ibm 4'oerulicune
Tonight; the Armed Services I I r*- \*. 11-4411 .. in the ,'U) Ban j5.l.5OI .1 1._ .'. ..10 :O1I",_ :
boorS .
or. ihe
tint;M. iniaren
IU n\JU'; J. hr.ugh Criulay. ".1. fl hut Int1sow. othearing
YMCA win broadcast the Louis. Plaintiff 1 ct 7:00 5'. 51.. and ss' e. .si. nIiI Join. Sr.L......mpl..h. anti rm... .n

1'4.\" .\1. llSI'IT\L DKrilVTS ,: I .. I t\Valcott championship fight for t ".. ititonrnnefertn'a'it.- 'I.i, 6. 1:01' In..lu..I.... ,..nmonv. a*. ,.. 'h."I... ..1 SItu
; the enlisted and their invited 1.17..s flll'NT. 1'1' Tun tJ.t15.i : real ..r ............1. a. fiSSd
men .
i i: C'i1 1IPIkIjnC .r..oery .... .t5Sn-s"I' ..f Tas.>.
EI.KS CILUIl: ; ; H guests The .Country party f.H.:1& 4'.' PIIII.U'.IU'; 2.i.I.11-t-2'-Z-:: :a. jnli.-S, a..d I.)' the..r I....r'.I.ii . i'q'Snwag and.
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which regular scheduled TU: F' ... a.. .
Recreation is a I .
City o I ., Uza lJunt : ; :7sl=: ;; ==I7: ,..".
M thiN PITCHES: ,. program on Wednesday eveningswill Sal IU-BUPKIT AvenueUafTal's ,I ; ,
I .. daS foh
( t'u.. MfTII I: : .. ,.. slay I"
Ai.rtuWn .r_ .
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I be ("cancelled for this fight .-fL." I. ,m.u.,1 .
i are hereby! reyulr.rt In :appearto t The iaal.xiM M...*rd .r thejTIvuntil C efc. 01 3n laCeam

lilT 11.\1.1. ;! Program program. Arrangements are being the Hj'l! ..f ('..mn4.lni, f..r di.ore. "ihr Kr. ) .,...,. t.I..I" haS :: .11110' ::.....
made mode for the loan of a j In lh.si..ee'-n 1111,01 f"=a"s* on lhf *,.11 f ".. Taredas Jolt. 2tf 1 ,,_. Ilorkia. ,
._ .,"h..r..l"e. i.ai4 Kquslijuuc &- ili.
sets da'5 J. I'U. l.ii'. "I Clutch tunte
Bob's :defeated from the Overseas Radio : ,'. s.ssv'eiIrI :
Sport Shop tIP radio 1I.4S
ik. .. will fee takenan rontiituus 1. hear .
I be alieK>.ll n% r..reI rt.'U .....,-
Adams IXiirv t ar.1'In the soil: : services for the fight omhl The .',nfi'nsd. ( all. ........ ....r....." iintn. ilwlr.crIll.NpellthmF I (f-.r. .to..1 .of. \I...,....
t u'anlu'.b.usr'
l -1>II..I..t oweH tI..I..lns t.. hate nclrrn'IuitkIt. t
Thinr4er 'A >e
ball games at flayview.<< Park la-t program will be given on the patio . ...... I'iohSLi.iiun3a..e.1slu .
a eek fit f....r tu.nll,C ...InkS ,nSdS I" catS .'....., ... .nl roil 1 .1)
i Pdrk
Night -
night by a score of 14 t > 1. while Ba.iew I In '10.. Key \",..., Iliaen. a new*- I.., the S Ier: '.f l'.l'1F *V.sl...,*."' ... ,

in the ni .ht"ap. the NaVal llnvpi; THURSDAY- ,I Dancing classes for servicemen ' paper pnMirhed In Ker: *v-4. r'l..rl- .: \'UT"Jt.HW.. .
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tal nine \on from the F.lks' Clut First Game-Bob's Sport Shop :II will also begin this,evening. I'e- end
".3. ., vs. SubRon 4. :I II The dancing course will be for .., .M,,,... .\. .I' I9IS unit. \ swi: "1TTITIN -: .
'..I\H\ ->t
fr1'IC.: IS
The Kantor M n's' Second Game-VX-I vs. Naval i I beginners and no charge for the (M.Mx' f MTTIC-K OP .IMM.ICTIO\ : .k--iIl'lg In snaaC,
{ Shop is R..... f e-ae-CFf. 1 r.I l he M rteriii tned. r :
half from the. top Hospital. I I II ___ I lessons Gerry Finder, program i.rW ..f .it h... 4.lrtt. ..It {'....r'. IOH T%\ I.H::1. i[ in Mtvine. un.l'r. ib. fielith'I.-:
now a fame M..nrn<> {'....III). Fi..rtdaiu l" II!.._ niti.\.- lullS I name _f -tI....... '''a'''. ...* V.iHt
Griffin \\ont down to defeat at FRIDAY I I " director of the club will teach : l,,a I.l;.rhc.. 1-: N ,,' erlvpnt (It .S"T1f"H l fllt:lt1nT .I\BN that am .lr.*t. hsv..-.. Fl ndj. If.lefMix ..

the hands of the Sport Shop boys Firit Garn--.VF\ vs. Adams i'I I the dance course Before going % 41erkPaul U.unde P, |_..", ..;Hhfc..W.r .f ttt- ... rrfiHter aM fl> liU.HI-
Dairy. into USO work, Gerry tought for P* Cawsen.Siii.il"T .rt.ll"f.tntc rn\\\ralr\ luau fll...l cad lrrl I IIUIITMwith' I itf lerh: -.f .hFI: irrwit
who tot nine hit and oneva> : ; f..r the Halntlff e-ttIItats' I..r ,aS d..t it. ho I'-!! 4:..urt .f :,,.. .. '- ownl: rtrrtI ..
Second Ga ne-Elks Clubs the Arthur Murray studio at the JunZ.-II..nn .. s.
a homer Clued .r..1I. The ,--rliltat. II.M- ... .l June !! II"!
K ntor's Men's Shop. Casa Marina HoUl .nv and 3'.r of ,,,.............. lb.d-. J..IIV1K7..'.'K4ITI4 .
Hancock held the Diary lioys .* |>ii.xi "t .h. |.m.>..rtT. .nnurno 01 .... :ids .... hf.rI'
to one hit for the first dx fcaine, MONDAYfirst Junior hostesses of the club l> .......: ....te.t.T rOt HT OP THh.I in ." hlr. +. il *ar,..-fr.. ar.. .".%' -;... i'.l"
: will act dance These' Jl 1I1f"l*.. -IRf'I'I'
Game-VX-I vs. Kantor'fIt'n's partners. !\ :I HI r>%TM ar frltowftr :
but in the se\inth two !mgles 411Till-: 'T'T": 4P 'I.OHI"'. <'etiih-as :-1:111
classes will take
place each Tuesday t titElllTUlistI
and them their !\ Shop l\ ..M rOI4 MO'KOH C 4I\T'. Tr of ,.inafMI'll. > . .
one error nave '::: ...1...'. 0\0--,. Sm' "'.I! '
Second Game'-Atlam; Dairv I I evening and are open to all |, 4llCI-ER,. ......r..t..t Croper'Y T,.. TIll-: I iii Cl '
lunt' : is Till: f ill HT ui
tally ; vs. Subllcn 4. i i (At VVirenllotr.JOE .) branches of the Ar.reu. Services lant ,_ 'i.4i2 : ni.t'Tt. S... I. Key .lairen.! list .c uat...,HOI: f'UI ''''\.
At bat the leaders were J. .n.sl.eUI1Hn'AX.: .; I. .la.k. I. I'cr IllS: !SS: ,. of l.ntu.rC .. ..
: I LOUIS leather to the fore in at his Plaintiff.T . ..... I:. 2' ..:., I"'UU"'. I S "Hlln' :
Mira lianctxl. and Jack Villa- JUNE29I j puts an aggressive pose isis cite. : $- :U. T'" P'c: ;; In r.: .:',.... ..,

: I First Game Na\al Hn'pital v. .1 j I I training camp at Pcmpion Lakes. N. J. as time drew near for I TOn.\Y'S RIRTHTUYS JPXNNK 5.: .H..nS. 7.I1HII.\\: : -:1. ;1\hat'.,..,..i...-.*<.'S.SSt.5'...mljr: R->-,.rvr..<'....r..fo l
realEach In Elks Club. ,j, him to defend his world heavyweight championship against (Know America) fierenORItrll "' '. .: \tmrIn, whlrh iisv...l' MjVi to' All 'rrdit'n' stat l'reml'-
hit two out of four. '..h'TIO''I'u
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Strcond Game Bob's Kpor .;lILrk. II ...i.. "l.irnv lnandu-l -
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Jersey Jos Walcott in New York City. Tile light is scheduledfor K <
the field Arnold. Villarr.il and Dr. John R. Steelman assistantto : ya.psu-wreii ct fp..P5c bc-inC i. thr
'! 1 .\..*'in!'t Said! K".tate:
for Shop >"s. VFW. tonight but may be postponed to tomorrow night because of the .Jeanne, IVfnptoa ZimfnertnpnII4 :......,yo...-t .4oCfuw. Slate itf. Fhorka.IrOI . ,.. bnrehu
Roberts were the best winners ; President, born at Thorn. ; ItearH Atemiefnhf. .. ..:). .si'su erriifinate; "V smut.iftu 5.-C anti eat h <>r n arennliftefi

and YillareaU Abston and f JULY I 1- inclement weather. Rain began falling this afternoon and if it I ton Ark., 48 years ago. \' .('alir..r..leo . _(' ;' tthlU' .... e-s're'fl au'rordineI a.... r' .iuired t.. p..1.
is any elaim' ." demandmhHh y<*a
Cruz were the best for the losers First Gamc--Kantor.s Mt'n'sI continues Prcmoter Mike Jacobs is expected to set the battle for' I John II Ballard. president of ,> are Hill hrel f rotnplnlnl.fvr require. diorcs1in appearIf I I ; int "JierP'H> ttrnur1toci in'suinhrelltfItate.ur ..r either <.f i-... may have. asail-'l
In *
R. II ELBob' 'I Shop vs. Naval Hospital Thursday night the Bulova Watch Company bornin .'i'*. .P'e i.ivltct'" ralJ_ ..n athefofe .; .. i A-r I HM-UK-I.. will. the curate t.f ...-...-T I I. 1 b..mps ..Ble .
Score by innings: f> " *. ". --..a.. .. laie of said beats. tthe
Second Gam.-Bob's Sport I the :Srd tI..rJul 7. I. e<
3-14 9 2 I Brooklyn U. Y.. 55 J"f>J ra bmwi'd'cn' / ... "115 first iin.lay .
331 (004)(} : Shop Adams Dairy. -- --- -- I years ago I-**, other*be the aIli'g&tlofiutherein : in .m...'h"'r A.ABI>|. nf_. whi..h .nn,\ Judge. of \T..smn t'ntili-.
Adams 000 000 1- 1 3 4 ,i vs. Alexander E. Patterwson, president mill he akena' .nfei-ned., sib. n4 dpI s.f .\.KHM. l'4l.lh 1>'. Florida, ". hut .rfltoe in Ih.
JULY 2- I Thl4,rder in !.. bf puMh-hed ,,nitft !! .. .-nrt tn..ise ofjM C.>unl>. al KeVfl *
the f.sstl t4S! ..
Guffen of Mutual Life Insurance tbin liy Jnnr .
hancock and Walker; RED SOX BEAT BOSOX : ..
1 week for f'nr ransnruIVeceukS ... \\ . .ritlo. mithlnibt 'nuicIt.iar
I I First Gam-F.lks Club '-:1.1 Ivxl. | ; I born in iaaes.s. -'r JM'" f Sawyer .. .. .. .
and Villareal. Company Washing Key U: M t'itlzen a ce55- Clerk "C .lr..iJ f....ir'.fI' ". m ltllr fr fn TbI lime f -theln

Home run: Hancock" ; two-base : ton. D. C.. 61 years ago. ::.J r published:in the 4it; > ...f Ke> Stoitron Ortiniv.. Plor....... >l nt.lljti"n ,rf ibis nnliev.lU'ti _
-. 'I II . rlaint .. Uetnawl rhall 1
luU Acevedo. J. Vll lJ"e.ll. Mini: i Second Gun SubRon Vs Gustav Metzman president of \\ M. Florida.. }'I .K t ;.'tt. r tnwntinK
: I '.:.A.., 1 ; and shall lite the plaue
Stolen bases: Roberts. Lewis; VFW. A'SVIN OVER BROWNS the New York Central Lines.boin |x.NK .\sn '4>ni.PHKP this 1st..lax | ..f reriden and p..xt <"n.-. ad.lrevV.
\ I .\. l'. "4'1. .. ..f .... ..
nf Janet ;I IIt. 'liTUE.4'flttl1'eOIiT OF TilES th- .in" nt jn.lhall he.w mt
double Cruz to Sands to,: JULY 5j in Baltimore. 62 yea TV. ago . .' .. ... ..,
plays: I hanyer. El.r.viSstii: JII.IC....". C III! I IT b:=' the .t_ his arent t.rhK
Sterling. Sands t.> Stel hn I Ill! ,j First Game-SubRon 4 \'-.. n..b's I Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar of PortI tiara: of .lh. *. OK fi"ti'F.u-OI' n. >nn) .,lorn--... and an seth <'laim' ..rI
Mira strucJd I StAin Shop tTi r ;.'rs Lose To Srnalor; land Oregon, noted club leader :\ .."...... ,'''x'IIt l I 1% .'t'.rf: .O\ltOI, 44>lT:. den.nn l n.,i .** filed ..""II le i..*d.
nandez to Arn-.ld to : I Bv. : led ..\nn> 4":.. : I 1% "' "'II:flor \. I I'AI'I. r:. :..\\\\1':11.
out: by Hancock 2. by Griffin 1:,i; Second GamK.mtu's M..n's Cai.iliiiaK Defeat Ura\4-- burn Granger Missouri. 68 years "il'1'.U''I'I'1. 4 tlu.i ,- li-I:::? .X-. .\dmlni.ir=t..rf Ibrotate vf

ba.es' on balK! : oil Griffin 9 t; hit ': bhov>. Naval Hospital ; ago. <*dr Xlltn: IL rletre. r..OCI.U riegiijr.': . i Per.'* II. Tn<.R tf..ft, dee a_d
: How Stand I I f s.,1*"llor |..r Plaintiff; J pt"I"'f., in.ejl.Il.i,4: "
by piUlwr: Hernandez: tim:- ofgante JULY c- They RedsV.ii From Phil.1 Laurie Y. Erskine of New Hope .Junil. . .;-S-A.t>-''l If..... lulVuP.eiSI

: 1.10: umpires: Griffen .:and i:I i First Game-Adams: Dairy vs. I Pa., educator boys' story writer J t 3.A "F.n-; r.Or.a.it: rfli-n. I.\ Tilt 4 lull IT 4 01 liT OP TillS
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Aguitar VFW. I born in Scotland 54 years: ago.. I 'r lleh.ndan 1:1.1:5: : \TII JI 1114 I S I. 4 III I IT4IP
Villureal.; scorer: j I I I hie' \IITI4'r: 01 U'PUI'ttl.U'" a o"U"R 5p r. n1.irtul.ito '
'1 Game VVIs. Elks Florida.International and TillS sT.\TI: 0111011111%.
: Second Mary Livingston. Actress I-4IH TIIKKII i.a Serne Ibdult, ,(-..
I j lMI I OH iIIIS luiul. I 4M >11.
Paulson hit a homer in th? J i I 1! Club. Baseball League I IBr The .luMM-lair* Prr... radio star. born. ;.T1.1'n:.B ISlltnr.la->M- Hill %.. IMit' ::-:. thai !C p I'aymtetlIs.; :54.. ;..."..a... IX 4'H\4'Ht\.

Elks scored one in !1''JULY11First Judge F. Ryan Duffy of the J b .l l r th ... ,I la..e \.- 11-391
The i .
fourth Club W. L Pet NEW YORK. June 2.1-Boston'' 11iade F lAi+r the ; .d' J T. .. are b..r. ;) reqnir.-.i 9.. aT4.al )- )1.\\r.1I"r.I'IIT.
the' first. Pazo doubled. a wild J!: Game-VFW VS. Bob's VS District Court in Milwaukee,. U.ll.cic rr-rllfM-ale has Mid in ,... Rill for 1"Ii..e filedgrin'i
; Havana 50 25 .667 i Red Sox defeated the Chicago ..ettlfH-at.-..r a lax derrt !,, h o: 1.1]1 "u Jot the l1..p uiyid5ue Plaintiff
pitch and fly to left scored their |i Sport Shop. I Tampa 4728 G27' I born in Fond-.>.. The certificate. namI :i lull ....fnr.. I... lJh day ...rI I.-5- KltORTP

last two runs in the fifth j Second Game-Kantor's M. >.n's St. Pttersburgh 41 I 37 .526!! White Sox 11-6. in a night game years ago. .er sal '.emr -.f i..uaflne., the il.4ritivO .i. uh. .5. It. 1115. wlhnAiroiitoin the al.4sgaliotun .- . :-' \\RK.IIT f. -fendanl.

Pazo bunted safel>. an error i Shop vs. VX-1 Lakeland 39 38 .506 \ last night. Philadelphia Athletics -I The Duke of Windsor. born 54 >name. in* ....f til
.:n or PI III.14 *TIO\

J infield out advanced him : July 9First- I follows ... .ird.rmd. TO J.>\IF:.. \\"II'HIT
and:an Miami Beach 36 40 474 nosed out the St. Louis years agoWomen a : ;, .n. avid II' Key tVsi. '
JI I lrItffrte :>i... 211:. RK>II iul-S h-I: i NKN )\VN
Gams-SubRon 4 vs. )orids. thin UI flat If J.n. \ I.
I and he scored on an evor. West Palm Beach 33 43 434 Browns. 7-6 while Washingtonbeat nar- ..f l""uan.e. |'II. 1! I'l'. It l' h r.."T ordered that vot, arere
Pazo hit two for the Elks and jIlenkle j Adam- Dairy. ; Miami 32 43 .427 own about one-fifth of ,.. .rrl..n ..f Proper: Tarernlrrt 1<.:.\J.) floSs r w\"Fn f .inired I'. appear ..n the 9tb da' t

two for the winners. '! Second Game-Elks Club vs. Detroit Tigers 5-4. all the life lasurance in force in '..". N....I. hey l...rm.. Plal ,. t. '. n -rk. Circuit 4'onrt ..f J.'\. I3IN iM-for* the .idytillni en.
Fort Lauderdale 26 50 .342 I' ... ...... >1'nn t" ,.... Hill ..f ,'*mplaint -
'! ; The Cleveland Indians' t: . I. I'iff: III;?. jo.llr.| .f f irv: 15thlren No"i ate,
la the (field Solomon. Griffen Naval: Hospital. f : won the United States. 1 1i 3.(.*. S.C. :34; Twp. a I. H. :zs l;". ,'I < thpcly herb. file l asain: y.,n ,tm ihe ahmveentitled

: and Henrique played a good : (NOTE-All managers take notice from the JJew York Yankees lx>l < I.4-5> An roenrtlerj in ;I:NRIQI B KSQtnvjkUHi Jit, mm and the KeveM
for the losers and Zimmerman -; : All games will be played Island City Baseball League yesterday. 5-2. i I Ii Jlonroe: ("(tuft:> Ke<- .rfls. '.jMtwrT<.> for '1'1..nil dl. '. itixen f" hr'-eln de"lln.t..d a- flu.. '
game L Pet : LEGALS Name in whlnfc. anef Club- W. .
; Shagley :and Burke for the ;i as tchfxJuUd and no changes In the National League. St. I 1ark. i t I... .._ .,n'a meek for for

<< winners. will be made in the schedule.) Gilmore 4 0 1.000 Louis Cardinals won from the i I All nf aki property being In the -' I I ,4'-. tiC'. ............ .
I ISEore Tilt 44M %T' Jll.f..44! 01 HT. ,'..un'y of V!.>nr-v*. vta... ..f.rUrida. 1\ Tilt IRI I IT lot HT OP Tin \\ itne.... tint II..n R. H E. I Bombers 3 2 .600 Boston Braves 51hile I l" 7> Kl: .h' B-VTH at Oil 'l. 4IH4III' .. .
the .
: lM> I-4HI MOMUth. 401Tl. I nl." Muh .rtifl"-.te or .. rtHi ,I I..MM-x. JrOne -f th Jo -en ofI
Hospital: ;''. JlO2: 200 ? 4.5 4.!< JUNIOR SOFTBALL Adams Dairy .. 2 :3" .400 Cincinnati I Reds .d feted the H4 I4II '. 1% ....nn'T... -I ..at.,. ".....11 lie redeeme! .fTT rdlr r -*. 411-lAM TillKTATr.. loll MO\HOF. lit 1-1 44IIT.011111i %.. F i I I thin 4*....., and the eal ..f IhwIilitirt

Elk 100 020 0-3 3 '21| Bavriew Pork. Afternoon Scorpions 0 4 .000 Philadelphia Phillies 6-4. in the I, ssi'iu.Iixi III, r. K-lair: .: I.nt. nnoxvs:. .(..<.....h law rtiffale the pr"perls or ,nrl1fi-ap.dlseribsd.. will I* ti% H ''>''UU.r I Ida thii III>. the"th"U.f....*. .,f Ke Jnlke, We. l',4 l.<.Ft4r- J

Afartin and Shadley; Joe Lewis i, and Morning t only games both night contests, I'sid. 1.. iu.lii ,.. the highest nMdef at the '411)T r.r.NEs1-o.-* %.PFRRFK. 1I- I. I|, fK\l. R0r, ...t e :0!.\\VKR

; and HenriquezHt !: played last night and yesterday I solo-i: OlPPIII 'TIO\ IOU enart. hntn4e ."I the fI.t 31"11- l'Ialntff.rLl.Y I <,..rk. f'1". nil ( onrt.
/ Daily play. 'f'II'''';*>: I .. ., 4',..rI":1. .
Baseball Kl> \l ''' day I..m..lh..r "niruM' l>4*""hlrh | V nr >e I rrn>
>me run Paulson: twobasehits Leagues The other contests were postI I NciI'is. i I..r.-h.: J all I. the rnrt day. "f Aulju.l, 1115.>> ,-I i'EP.Rlf.r0. lilt 0114 IOP : !1 I 1'-. Kiihle,; ,.n. N..ttape. '

,* Nelson\ PalO; stoles basis: AMERICAN poned 1 by rain.AMERICAN. I whom It mm .-.."..."11 Iliil J fr'r..n helpS I Hi. l 1hili. < ..j J as.. nft.1 . nor"IIda..t.I I; T>> i I'ntlerk.
TENNISBayview I, -.. l_ Itnimnr. jv \dmmi"aral..r 0<':."'", i.s.ch: il 'uN t: x\W Y II I:.
Pazo Ricks Solomon; utrnck Park. Afternoon | Club- W. L Pel. LEAGUE"Night .>r i HP ..i>tai.. ..f Ma.lrlun, .. I I.llnwnr I. . Clerk" : .>f ''i.r 'oil'4-O'a'" .t 0 .pItflIH > P.II.'Tln'i I i,I s...,...t..r ft.r P .III''ICC. 'j'ji
Ir :
out by Martin 1, by Lewis 4; Game I !
Cleveland 33 19 .6-13 ; : Jntil Frrrrr
off and Night I Ihe ll. n.. .l. ltJ3nSOol 1C. tjuritounty J esi123-a.Jbi.i,4a-; . I INe j
bases; on b&lls off Lewis 7. R H E. I : I I.. .:a4 Shard .Street i
Daily play. New YOlk J3 24 .579 Boston < JU'lio In ..n.I l for M.ftiriM' J : "orWt'il>'. N. T. I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Martin 4; time of game: 1.10, um- I .h. 11 I 15 2 :i:4 unntt. hl Philadelphia 3-1 26 .567 .flTl. .rP..r.'i- Ton are Btrehy reqniml tu appearJ
.. : Br- .. :
l hamade ..II"II"n f hi-
< ai> r .
Villareal. I Chicago 693
1ires: Griffen and : | .. I lh. Hill for Irtn.r.-e file.raK.intIn
Boston 28 26 .519 .. FOIl TA uaeD1
qli''harpoa' . -" .\ I SKATING I Dobson. Ferriss and . '. -. the tltyvv >t>'le l ra ve tn or BROADWAYCIGAR
Aguilar. Tebbetts ll . Hill *.
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Bay-view Night : Moulder. Groves. JiuLson
Washington 26 32 .448 .. .I'[ 4'. ,,ihu'rwi'.e Ihe aii.g.ll'.nc rnn
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Bottle Collector FRIDAY St. Lbuis .__ ._. 22 33 .400 and Robinson i i .\.. .\.hnlni..lr"l..r, .f 15.- 11"" ..f'' ..Hn, inK certificate hAi> "fe 1
j 7:00: to 9:00: P.M.nSJ.nLI.. : Chicago\ 17 3-1 .333., i Xfa'tM, ..trit. !_ Iirosflp., d.a4.tt . I crttfi'-air I"r a lax: 'deed I.. IMl'-'f ls>n- and .W.re.l .at Kevei. .lVlvrWa. .

Night Game '"1":11I.nn.. |>.. med thereon .Tbwrllfinair ,....- It day ..f Jun.. .\.
NATIONAL \lh..II.. for Almtnisirai her and jear' .f'nsissu-e.1t's: de.1 j .' '- .
NEW YORK.-(AD).-If you | : .. 'I I RUE.I Ju.-&IJjl'I.: : : .'!I''I I -npilot. f.f 1..... |>r pertv, .n"l I... I""'. .rM.lWTT-; rnrKTPl SCCIJ 61O) Duval Street

I see a man rummaging through ] Municipal Stadium. Afternoon-i i Club- -> W. L Pct. : Philadelphia: _. 7 14 I a name.. in wbtrh' It .can.a.1..01; :ar..1. <,i., . .!.. {' lv...;)erIrrtt . ,.

those empty bottles you've just I SUNDAYTo Boston 3-1 2-1 .586 St Louis . .. ... .. 612 1 I NOT ""Iite 4 'I.I.I'f. |-..H III IC follomVrtifl<-ate No. 248tear t of :.->r. nft Court.. COMPLETEBASEBALL
I :lKN I N hrrt4.' t** m h..in il mas, n> : (fd> Horen.-e. ser.
cleared out of the cellar, it maybe I be announced I I Pittsburgh 32 24 .571 : Scheib. Huesser and Franks runiYrn ihji ..n ih* l-lli: d..\ Oif 11 of aam1S4C I>. l'pft1 .''''rl.

Collector Leon Brin Army Barracks. Afternoon :,: St. Louis 32 25 ..561New Gar\er Bisean Ttihauser and *I .lniy. .*. It la45. il T''. !'. )I. in th.- Iurnnripiloc--ul... lOg ltn.SC.5 nf I ronerl. I"lat:> : i Ibmk>an
; : Partce .U..ftr._ ia'.flly i'mirl Il.n.e.. k.., i .. > .. t iAuii.rnt'r' .. PI.in'Ufo
thin usually visits antique t S1T1\-nAY- YOI k 29 26 .527. \\c ,. ". .::0.- .: I. I'ave r = l t 'ks. I .t 14. : .. iun.t'- "iIL5lYeas : '
rl ri ihtl.ir.l r ,
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Sat. ad. It. ;:; I.t.t
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shops on his trips around the j First Game Scorpions v.,. Phil.1dclphl 27 32 .45.: I 'oninisri-n.rs ol Slonr.1..Uflly.' I' E'ar.45" U2.l..<>>. AJI re....r.-. ; SCORES
I country as Schenley's hotel and i Bombers. I 1 Brooklyn 24 29 .43 i Night Game Il.ei.la. mill ..n.n ..-al I *.l Hifl f..r e Is. .. ..... :
|>Hr< ha< f Mnt- a-h K i.l- ..
club division manager. He has Second Gam.-SubRon 4 vs Cincinnati 26 3-1 .433 R.II.E. 151.. ah.i l XaliUalinK", Jila,'hin.. I.. hArIn \ itittit Name in 41-.vatt.whi.h a" r;"- <1: lli<-hal Grocer SELLS That Good

collected' more than 200 old-time, '. Adams Dairy. Chicago 23 33 .411 Washington h 5 12 5 f..ll..... ine feilnr: All of said rr..PTIV btineIn th4xint <. POPULAR BRANDS of
ornate: bottles dating from pio- :j Detroit 450 I i \4j. hint- !.. !I... ....I..i..r... nf 5lururu.e. State vf Ii.uihiuLiuies :STAR BRAND
"C., ani ,10.. f..l.lo.lnr : I'
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t fleer days Hu collection includes! SOlhall Haefner Thompson and Early: inf..nruitlon ..- sun-b .arilfi.ato or .rilfl.airn. Cigars and Cold
Leagues n4ax redeemed -
shall he axnrrtinc
tt bottles that actually are glass I Houteman Hutchinson and Swift.R. I.III* and l..rl;..l.in audit 1.' law th- ..r..pertdewrit.e
t statuettes of Venus-like girls Class -A- lap-: slits rerlifiale ,.r .-.-rllfiaie.. will 1 1ol ,and CUBAN I
No Wonder 'a > "I'.MI" in Krtt-r. ap.le,5ifnslI be ,. .I to hhiKhe"t bidder at th.-. Soft Drinks
heads of famous men, and houses ; Club- W. L. Pet. IL E. l.:'" hitch4I moult house floor on the firm 5fcn- I ''Try A Pound Todar- I_

r complete With a chimney: for a' I I Bob'.J Spurt Shop 14 I ..933.Vcts Cleveland __ ._ ,. _____ 560' >, l-ivr <-.) .11.... ......,..ra- day in month nf VUKU-.I I'.C l .. . !

spout I Doctor ) of Foreign Wars 9 6 .608 New Yoik 280 .. Tilranna.ihn.. .. nnmWrTbrr. .-. I. the 2nd ilav ..f AuKtivt 14*. 11..1 I It -
(to patient -Nogo < > l,'tl r monih al, .- >afei. |hi. 1O'h: I Ii It "About a century ago." he says home and relax. j i Adams Dairy 5 10 1t'J: Zold k. Christophsr and II.... ..r..io,........ (ioA1.' lOot'" '47 i>a" .. .

"bottles often were made so ar Patient-But, Doctor I can'1. I 1 1Ue SubRon 4 2 13 .138. gan: Shea. Drew. Byine Cunt-. IC<.., T JPa..''oliKii"C lhr.tear,u.uih.I
titically that they" were saved have antique furniture Class -B" I pert and Niarhos. ,n Am..unl. jon 11-t.II.jI.n.; : .
when they were for C "Ilirr niarhitw falor, androuft.rsqnir.4 Overseas
empt use as CluD- W. L Pd. ar. as h.- I Transportation

parlor orrurments Today they tonics as William R. Adams Elks Club 9 5 ..638Kantors NATIONAL LEAGUE ........: HMV Mill %.. 1Cm:3

are collectors .items Accord Microbe Killer-Cures All Dis. Mt.'n's Shop 7 6 ..571.I Night Game ':a' !Kiit.-h-. .,,: ,.....nni.- ti \\OTI4: 4tP T\e11'LifTlO'iItilt 111:1:11uuTiCi : t

ing to their faded labels. Bnn- t'ases"and.. Genuine Indian I VX- Flyprs 6 8 .429 I i. R.ILE. .. -n I.ill rti l..r atxi t.tl.er Miicnnienif ".rm,. :> .. in; IIIn.II"F.: : thation Inc.
bottles-. -_- originally contained such Sowpaw- - :Naval Hospital 5 9 .357 I! St.Boston Lou; 5 13 0 I fh' l.,.o'01..1".)el.e.. in" iaM-r..r.1- |....,|..rov all- .follomini. 4. :1'.r"l....nlfi.I".it.l.a h..M..r- fil"d, -Ilit.ilInruifln.tf..rai.isdmdt..h.i. I ,

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T\LLLNG I TREE CRUSHES ,UTO; TWO ESCAPE I INJURY I Brcchtt-n: and Rice: VoisilloShoun 4.' ra" |>a
: Hogue and Md.< 5.55.'aerumubaiiiue-' .
-ription .f th pr.-ri. and ih -between-
panli " "
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1 1 Night Game 4 .%Uxk ..!Hh....ring ket ae. .10*..fnMli preent .- ".. f..Horn e.-riiTiusls,*: Nj'. ?4T MIAMI\ and KEY WESTAlso

eilavi P lolal4e
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R II. E. Year f l.uanul"4C I
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.I i..wh itb Kexo .
prevent IV.,.ti..u of .r..r'y: :O"'ft.l.QIr. |. Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA
t Cincinnati C 8 1 operation l>.\: Hnju HilI Ptne t.u-y. Slat !."..1..1.I KEYS

I Philadelphia 472: l hcrz.-d |>..rn. I. Pare ..-. Pt tan. ld.ts. 1 s.&tet. ? Between Miami and Key West
I .; u.lc.rd. w ith ICrlI- ;:; ,. Two. 04 I. ='. t..t 4
Bl ekwell Gumbvit Rafrnsbeigti .. I
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topermit ..
_____ ,. ... square' 42 i.J.lCl:: .\ r..rl.'iin .
and l..nnanno.Villi..n. r>- IKK lu. rr .. ...
: ; Monroe C. .nl' R ".rdI -
Nahem and ScmimcK .I lime>mrr key. ..at iIeawn 'I NamrIn whirh .*..ed: MM; 'hael 1 Express Schedule:
'a vl nallr rheektnir
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Tin.'ent frrvattll
., the amount r.Klviereil .. .., (No Stops En Route)
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. lr.. r, ti K printed r 4.oct) vf Monroe Slate it I I-I..rl.| l lI i : LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
a.l.l .1. .
On The .
;Light fil". j. KU< h rtfitti-at.; .r en ifficatev SUNDAYS
IXTIvl' mati< Cr.linc'C nhall ,.. r.di'-a.d ai.rlitgIc ) at :00 P.M. Ar.
--7 \ ; | her I Ihi I r rives at Miami at 12.00 o'clock Mid.
law the pr' pertde "-ril l in'
; Habit < fa-h flrj*er .... .pn i 1 M...h c.rtificate .r cerlifl'mill i l ll night .
Problem with" I.1I .. I
S : ma >i o-r- ... .
I '- Id to the hUhrM I iJr jt theocrt
Tli.* .- bou- d.M.r "n the firM I..n- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
ii rnfwned 4s'.ienelhu.
re .Itv in m..nih nf ,HKII,i I 1"fC utul.h I SUNDAYS) at 1200 o'clock .
HASTINGS. N..b.-(AP).-Habit Irinir iNe >leire |"n. :;f ianwanl Ilh>- *nd ..11.C Xucu 1:'H I .. .
ke before .. | and arrives
: at Key .West
".1'.1 I hut'; l& h d r Inn I''i.
I cost a Hastings man the cigarette o-I.i_. an l... ..|...r"I..I.| l '''E.\I.: fl.t' v m)..rrierK i 6:00 o'clock A.M.
; lip \Ja. nine and m..t.*r in "ne i .
j . 0
lighter! which used to grace ... ..... .f ..(1n( u i''i iir f
s 'm.a..ann. "\In" :Monroe < .>nntI I rI..rt'I .. j jjunl Local Schedule:
the dashboard his
on car Accustomed .-ouCisria.. e ..f "1.1..1mlI I,
ld-t.isi: ills
to lighting his cigarettes 14 N I ,". I IIk ; ) 0 (Stops At All Intermediate Points)

j"I with matches. he l rle,tri.<- .operation I j ........ LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY
put a cigarette til I tri. ..|>er-ili,in <.f re. ... .e.e. (EX
[ k | in his mouth: plugged! in the new h" an ....... A. M. and arrives'
i car lighter took it out. lit his cif- 4m> or-.ta.. sod ket > at Miami at 4:00
I I rnilus inv thtt marMaeav -BjCYCLES- o'clock P. M.
then -
arette absent-mindedly an atl.linn ma line

I '1 : threw the lighter out the window I ..'II.. ...' ..iintrhinelhs. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
NM Le l. 'h l'.ialfpnrinlta.i.lIw.srt. and
< in < a Rented
Repaired SUNDAYS I
-as he would a match. A ", ) at hOg: o'clock A. M. and

\ 4 roadside search failed to uncover : hill Irinir. paitl l.i ..am etistwmerlll
the lighter I ....|.. m.i.t l.. In the lund of
lbs -.t. 'I.rk ... or I...,..... .::W BICYCLES TRICYCLES
f fI A dash Worcester added I Ij rM. ..n T.T,..lJ). Jul11th. M4> ; I

I _____ ____________________ j.I to of tomato sauce Tile ..olumixrrull; re-erve I lie WAGONS SCOOTERS FREE PICK-UP aud DELIVERY SERVICE .
cream .
soup helps . .
I "| rilt' scnpl r r.jtet alis aud
\t. i h ,to.\ point up the flavor. all I.|4. MM<]. |>....
t : BILLY HUGHES. 16. of Montgomery Ala. shows how he crawled from automobile after storm I blevfca-Juige tree down upon it. He and I About four times as many: m.nand Ron f i'acy, .. I. PHONES: 32 AND 93 Frmacl 1-
I a friend were sitting in the car as the tree trunk crashed boys involved in farm (lath.. n..rd ..f 1.snt'. nmml; *- .
I! across the back seat but beth escaped injury. The car was wrecked. accidents .-.-.... >> att,,f Cu.r.1-. F1'.r. .4a. 978 Division St. Phona 1310 ,
as are crr.en and guls. jaa i.lI. .se........... .......... .

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THESE LEADING REPUBLICAN PERSONALITIES MEET at Philadelphia in a gathering described as "purely sociaL" Left to .
right: COT. James Duff of Pennsylvania. Rep. Carroll Reece of Tennessee. G.O.P National Committee chairman: GOT Themes: E. I ,
Dewey of New York a presidential candidate: Mouse.Speaker Joe Martin of Massachusetts Senator Robert A. Taft. also a presi-
dential candidate: Senator John W. Bricker of Ohio and their host. Martin Clement president of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The ; '
scene Is at Clement's home in suburban Valley Forge. This is an exclusive picture by AP Staff Photographer Warren Wmterboltom. I 1k t

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Of The Flowers-- '

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This is the story of the flowers, beauty, always remembering ; American printer writer patriot
it is not mine, they have merely that God never closes 'one door, I S. ,
chosen ITU to convey it to you, without opening another in your, : II I I
for the flowers wish to remove life. The flowers will prove .- "
sorrow from man's heart and renew -' themselves unfaltering, lo>'al i .' (p xtt I diplomat and physicist i
it with courage friends I .
Whilst gazing into the heart of I Sometimes the flowers ask me I
a flower, silence muut reign for, to pluck them to take to some
in ,the silence of your own heart one ill, lying on a bed of pain I
the flowers will speak eloquently,: and when er this occurs, revelation : c Ij j k
and naught but .tjeauiy shall enter ; is mine to see the recipients' 1 1'r 1I
your mind. JOY. I congratulate the flowers '
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Gaze reverently, and if your: for their thoughtfulness Most I \k42
heart is! attuned you shall feel 1 the of the vines climb ever upward fields
messages entering your inner- : !:seemingly trying to reach the A MASTER\ in many part, its proud heritage. From I
self : azure sky. The eyes see, the I
radiI I heart feels, the soul in its inner served his his small
Gladden with Franklin
your eyes chamber expresses; profound 1 Benjamin Philadelphia printing -
ance, fill your heart with sublime gratification; God's bounty I

lovhne perfumes that Breathe scent the deeply and become stimulated I this wond seething in turmoil : ILL

Tins can be the dawning of a and ,violence plagued, by there famine is serenity, doubt I ::1 I printer. At 16, he became the plants of today, skilled crafts

new day in your life, and perhaps in the thought the we, dwelling .. ',
shall feel does the author,I < >P tare nhorn>
you in Key West, bear witness toG
an intense desire to thank the !
Master fur the wealth of sight. are thrice blessed. It behooves us pounds his gavel in calling the Republican: national I
Especially if this true, if memory I to forget self and give happinessto I convention to order in Philadelphia Monday. for and
recalls the beautiful story those who drink the cup of : . i own newspaper.To improvement perfection -
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grand lady Miss misery, for they are
who, notwithstanding Keller'l The flowers give many.with all my all; she gives all; and ,t Franklin American publishing in the technical art of
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and blindness, conquered their hearts Theirs is such a j me to proclaim to tae j I i
and became world-famous for the beautiful heritage They : transcendent beauties she .
beauty she craatcd .personify beauty, truth and kind,' richly endowed withI I I I ] and printing owes, in printing. n
I How can anyone possibly com- ness, the very essence of all three love the beauty of the : I
II I plain knowing her life Become as they array themselves in such would roam again o'er i i I '
rich, immediately, rememberingthat I splendor, my heart would ache : green i : : r
someone bears a heavier load from scenes like these to part. I There is splendor in : I
than yours. Become enthusiastic How vast is the realm of beauty exoctic cremations Today I i i II
prove your keen appreciation of God has created on this emhant-I ed a tiny huiiming bird I
that treasured gift. the wealth of i e-d Island! The firmament' honey from a pandora. Its I Ii :
SIGHT You have eyes to seethe showeth His hanoiwoik>' I i moving with such rJpt: < ] .
Sun rise. an enormous hall from of i; Jesus taught love not fear. I I could not see them. I : + + +
fire seemingly coming up Fear naught build castles in the L often linger: and : ::
the ocean It's 'such a wonderful I the science of ,
air as it were and believing >'e deep night i
beautiful world to those who forget i moved from Il14.In' > t
I have received, they shall be e-cir
self and fear yours Whener I hear men brag ,, and discerning make my
Seek beauty in flower and I of the gold they have I smile inwardly :'Will you befriend c'I' !
thought, and seeking. the Master' j and visualize glorious:,[ day? j !
has piomi&ede shall recive: I silence of In the first blush of \ I
splendor, ana In tne
The flowers unfold their delicate t ; flowers are unbelievably: b ARTMAN PRESS has
into my being I thank the Master for : For more than thirty THE spared
gaze years
petals permitting you eyes that see His realities. ful asthey unfold their :

IC their:brilliant very souls.color The masses and unsurpassed Purple of the i 1 "The"its eager hour stem shall 'find ,I sun.petals They to be toss kisrd their by pretty the.nn'1 I ) no effort to produce only the highest quality printing. Each

Crimson, Orange Of answer in the opened i to and fro as gentle brl- Zl ; I

. ble Bougainvillaea and th-taking.picturesque.They growing entwined are gorgeous in large are; And flower the flower's lead rapt unfolding !:i ess between which them.they the There generously flowers is an and:: !' ( : job, large or small] I, receives the full benefit of long experience

I clusters Visitors beholding them I the butterflies and bee-s I
in the
To rich fulfilment in the trade.
for the firut time express amaze- seed: Its never too late to i .
ment. Coral Mans self-dependent will to j.life mule interesting. r('
. The deeply tinted Pink I be of age. r
Vine covers the sides of dwellings i Ere you know it the ni
i In tune with God's high
like its sisters fear 4M1
and. harmony. is gone '
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cheer and comfort otherto Right thinking ever turnedto "When trouble comes
i Alamandas vie with each ; soul to try. Z

.fIt as they display cling their to vines vivid and colorings face bell-the, Shall a make fact.act unceasing prayer I I "You just love"stand.-the by friend*. With THE ARTMAN PRESS, your personal and your business:

These large there's 1r
radiant sun. : I Perhaps nothing
vellow. And prayer thus answeredshall .

,f deep shaped theMessrs"textured.flowers Kroll In are have the true some aquarium.gorgeous -II I larger; how allowA faith, and teachit ": The can you thing;do- is strictly printing requirements will be handled EXPERTLY . SWIFTLY \ ,,

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specimens To find its heaven here For there are troubles ECONOMICALLY.:() (;
but I and
, The flowers speak to man: i, and now!" I join own. .
oh, how many go by unheeding i And pun" the' soul t
have received, fiee-
abundance "Freely ye ..
11II God giveth. and in Dead .I..n.! :
mind !" Man frets and worries,
his ly give ..
not 1)0\" >
IIl bui alas sees ; Tuna \\ n< n i
with thoughts of I but the lovely Hibiscus frets not - -
lI is of the Stephanotis, but, rather does it send forth
cold. I think
magnificent" blossoms of pink I
,! I N a lovely vine snow-white bearing: delicate blossoms I yellow, crimson and hundreds of. I THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI\' \ at POPULAR PRICES ;
,. richly pure recalls I:other shades of heavenly beaut}.
and fond memory often to; ennoble, enrich and encourage Located in the Heart of the
. they are City
.;' weddings used Its where highly scented per- man gaily displaying their smiling j'I RATES WRITE or WIRE : The A Press I

r. fume lingers in sense the clean of smell.air, and All I' night faces these for all lovely to admire delicateblooms At REASONABLE ROOMS for RESERVATIONS rtman Ia

delights the possess fold their petals;, and i I with BATH and TELEPHONE
the flowers ,
dignity seeker and of endear beauty themselvesto who feelsan away seemingly. True dream personification the night of Ford Pershing Miller .

, the Their natural I I tranquilht ,
.. inner exaltation to be beautiful In the deep mystery of m.,ht I HoNl) hotel) MoKl)
, How impuLse perfectly is they fulfill their webs softness veils this Inland I CO N.&. 3r4 St. 226 N.E. 1st Ave. 223 NE. 1st Are.PO CITIZEN BUILDING PHONE 51 s
life sorrow Cit}, and coolness comes with &0 Rooms 100 Rooms
When'er in i ) Room
. destiny. loneliness is velvet touch. The Vines cease vibrating Elevator Elevator '
. attends you and, think .of the and he still seemingly I Solarium Heated ElevatorI r r.11
jour companion The Poet has written "A
.. flowers, and in the silence ol asleep for i I :3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION I
, your heart breathe your gratitude ever"Thing of Key beauty. Wet is a joy claims '.lII.I..IIY' I'" J1T..IJI'.JfY "JJ'.I:" "' .1..1..1..11..1.1..1..1/1
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1 TIIKEK: GET LIFE TERMS:\ FOK SIIAIlECIlOPI'EirS[ DEATH Beverly Parlicr r rt 1Pesle 3Grtil(1 gym, Service; ![ VANDEMSERG I It said tonight i that, but balloting that it may wa begin Mule; .'

I i t (Continued T'om Face One) likely it will start tomorrow"

Leaves Fur Jax I II Guests Of : against Dewey. is another factor

\i EN ? | j in the "s!>lop Dewey" manouver- Edward Lake. one of thet.

lleuuly Contest Mrs. A. Ague.ro ing.i ern reservoirs of the Nil, in ( '. n- '.

I I :i Despite!; those line-ups against tral Af. Il'a. ws discover l .n

r a .+i"rr Miss; Beverly Parker who was.sl"lCl.tl Mrs Alma Aguero entertained Dewey. he and his supporters 1875 by II- M.\ Stanley, who n.m-, ,

as a beauty queen to Tuesday evening in her home on said they felt confident that he I ed it after the then Prim.-f"
Simonton street for the members would be nominated Dewey appealed Wales! later Edward VII.Pythians.
+ represent the r syXn of the Wesleyan Service Guild to be unusually - - .
.i. t Chamber of Commerce rlimina-!, '" -.. .::-_. _. ",
. 1 Methodist Church. and he joined with his : :
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tion contest::; at Jacksonville and ,,
who way outfitted by local merchants members of the guild and Mrs he would be nominated either
Ear Adele Roberts who was celebrating on the first or the second ballot
1 will leave Key West to-
: her birthday anniversary Despite the reputed Dewey
What I morrow During! the evening: prizes confidence it was ,generally; believed
is the job outlook to- k t sh'JCS.1 I
day. for the more than 200,000 3 She was equipped with were awarded Mrs Bert Richardson that. if he is nominated On) IrMay al n I'.M..

college qraduates and 1000. _i ,4 a travel dress afternoon dress j I and Miss Gretna McCIain\. it will not be on the first ballot ,ihr. Hank "f KniIil; will

000 qraduates of secondary : dress .shoes formal dress even- i Mrs. Robeits was presented a As matters stand now. apparently I Ki-
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he has 337 votes with !h. >
a prospect
schools who find themselves tog; shoos !gloves and bal sun | gift: by the member cf the guild.!:
"available' 'this summer? Li" | Later in the evening a buffet of Retting 40 or ;30 more. \%'r-l I> Mls, <%
; dress. lingerie, formal jewelry j
The I 5 ; supper was served by the host- and it requires 548 to nominate I
Department of Labor daytime jewelry overnight bag. ', j' Taft is figured: with having 217 says it is good: that graduatesare a makeup kit a bathing suit corj'i j'j 'SS.Others Miss Louise votes and Stassen with 150 or .
present were
coming into a favorable salves and a complete beauty- Kctchum. Miss Susan, Pea-- thereabouts with the remainder P.M.' ,the! Knislil'? mill

labor market with employment ; ), treatment by local merchants eon, Mrs. Harold Russell.: Mrs. of the votes scattered among delegates I J',,..ian Si-h l lr!.' will usni-tat
at an all-time high. < d wwy The West Junior Cham-
Key '
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i Mrs. for favorite sons. attend ,the '
George::: Saunders. Henry llif Hall 'n
In some fields such ber of Commerce is sending her forces scored vie- .
as enqi- Russell and Mrs. Carola R Nettles The Dewey a
neerinq there will be competi x to Jacksonville. perhaps even to I I tory today. Two days a' o the Alabama -ersire: al ,tin* Firming;

tion. In chemistry, graduates, w"'k Atlantic City, depending on how delegation: voting: sevento Slrt-i"1 (:Ilnirrli.J. . .
with advanced deqrees will she emerges from the Florida t seven, had refused to yield

have better opportunities than ,.. < contest! Legion Post To to Dewey in making nominationsbut WINFIELD RUSSELL.

those with only bachelors' de- : 'M.;"' ., .) a I one of the dcleatcwltl"h Secretary.

qrees. I i Navy Wives Club Meet Tonight! ed todav and Alabama voted ,..
But on the whole college I 'i eight to seveft to have New York

graduates will have a big field I j ti'! 1 I'b..'r.i Sees Tcchnic >lorSilverplale I Sawyer A regular Post meeting.28, American of Arthur Legion be called first on the roll call
from which to choose. There is No time has been set; to begin
I J THPEE MEN UNDER SENTENCE: to life imprisonment: for the murder of William Turner. a will be held this evening at I J
'a great need for well-trained Film voting, on the candidate! It was
I i sharecropper are led from the Coweta county courthouse at Newnan. Ga. by Sheriff Lamar Potts 8 p. m at the Legion Home on :i .
personnel in all professional I -- --- -
fields. Nearly ten million additional I'j (extreme left) and a state trooper. The prisoners are Herring Sivell (at left behind sheriff). Henry I II | Stock Island. Commander
teachers will be needed- I Mobley (right foreground), and Tom Strickland (fat right beside state trooper). Judge Samuel J. | Members of Navy Wives Club t t tI 'j George Warren states that many

within the next ten years if j I Boykin sentenced them after they agreed to a onsent verdict with a recommendation of m rcy. I through the courtesy of the matters of business will be pre-

educational goals are to be met. j Last week John Wallace wealthy dairyman wai sentenced to death in the electric chair for par 'Beachcomber on Duval street sented at the meeting,:: SHADE !
i will be shown today technicolr The House Committee will
Among high school graduates I i ticipating in the slaying of young Turner.A .
or film put out by International serve a supper after the meet ma.
the Labor Department :J. .. Till.IU.T" KioNotiM" ti.
Silver on the history of silver- Arrangements: have been made AIIThPToni
that girls probably will seek occupation < [' plate. I for the receiving of the Louis- <'001.1 XI. ",'\0'% \:
in clerical and sale occupalions. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION: (
I i t Tomorrow the club will be Walcott fight: also for the One of ,! Sill .l! XI.WCl! i: : > 1 I.
out every eight hostesses; to benefit binsobuffct.supper of the members in at- I.K.NTI.KSv: IIK\TIX: :: : I
persons in the VS. is a clerical ; I I M"N:: THAT It.\/'I\| I i i
which tendance. !.
is to begin at 7:30: '
worker with seerctarii-s. !stenog- ,, ,i.l:llT KIM.II; 1 Ki.i: '; 1s
'p m. with an intermission from n\i \NI: 1' t >i: '
rapher-i.! and typists employed as 9:30: to 10:30: for the serving of In Memory of Our Dear Son. Sll 11 I 'Kl'N; : Till; < .I! T-l I"C I
the largest<< of clerical s xr I
group w
d supper. after which bingo will Lt. Ray Edward Demerit ,
workers. One out of every 17 hasa 1l & WJlw
be played until 11:30 Who Passed Away on i j
sales<< job which is another I I
June 23. 1944
brood field for women aspiring ti, JALOUSIES

get into the merchandising and P re-Natal Course I Dear Son: .. ... "rlah..I. .... ......l :-1..j..I. ..-., S'r
selling field. It has been four years sinceyou ,.. .. ........li...
i : passed on. but you annot tnTMIHIII.IMI-; .;'\tT' %\
Weigh attributes first and I Starts 9lh
your j July
forgotten. Your spirit i is within
decide what job you can best i \ . 0 II.K:>T '\\ M"TOHM \.i
us alwavs-in our hearts and] "IIITTKII:
handle. Jobs in music and -octal ; Navy Wives Club No Ili.C in minds: each hour of the day. You. 1'r'irwrtu: ii snip
cooperation 'vith the Monroe M \TII.STliia.4
sweet<< Miiilc is ever present.<< i i.H.iir i'orio
.\,, County Health department will Some day we will all mt in :
slit i ; /IN:: .I-IKK. : : w'J'\IH'\\:
xr Ix sponsore to a pre-natal course lh. . .
that heavenly home beyond fi..i II./5<; and, 'il..rf .r inn
i- / ;iAaiS for expertant mothers which is I skies where there will tie no sorrow ,i: i" i-MIT. 'i.n;111' .11.1 I
tw 1 t I.IN-: 'III-KXI: : : : .11; I; .
ti to begin Stays
on Friday. July 9. in the ., ,
no pain and no pcM-tinc. 1. I tat t "s ....d 'I.t\r
|i NCCS Servicemen's<< center on MOTHER AND DAD. \ !U-.O t l ISI' ,',.
. i Duval sleet jun23-lt Quickly
i I The instructor will Ix Mrs. Vivian I'I'i One Coat covers
Andes a registered nurse
r '. d from the Health Clinic Easy to apply
"X The class v.ill l he for one hour Hare You Joined Our 3LEaa

.: r. s t each Friday from 2 to 3 p. m.. Tough, WashableGloss 011i
x ,..._ _.. .. S .< a
---- --- and the entire course! will be of RECORD CLUB? lEw
.. six weeks duration C Semi-Gloss, Flat
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GEORGE F. DUGGER (right). i Tennessee delegate from Elizabethton. i All Navy wives interested may GET FREE RECORDSItunrrpaYiaar Srl May be tinted
presents a Tennessee red notify the piesMent of the club.
1 cedar gavel to Walter S .Hallanan. chairman of the Republican conventions arrangements committee Mrs Vera Wood or telephone : 'r' for "itm: MltlllOixlNG ls+

in Philadelphia. Hallanan turned out tobe a vigorous gdvel-poundcr in calling the 543-M. '# loa
con j ami .lollies:/ (. ,uPb
vention to order. \ Ylr $6.90001.

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Auxiliary ,

iR? h t 1d ire.b' Fern Chapter: 7'0 To Give;; Druid* 726 Daval Street Phone 9138 SJ.95 Qt\

1 1a 1b + (:r..n i.w "chml''.';:' .

work as librarian or physicians': j Meet On Friday >, Friday nicht. June 2:;. mcm- ----- I.ireii.r. r..rr. ..iat.prw.r .-
dentists' or laboratory assistant> .I..i.... 1..11.,
shouldn't hers of V F. W Auxiliary will ........ w..rrrr. .1':1..... . PIERCE BROS.
be '
passed up for lack Mrs Elizabeth Peru Worthy be the hostesses for a dance In' BOONE PISTOL I....... ..,y .prraii.. rr..t
t>f training. You always: can learn ;j La -Concha., the Three I..idr-'iiih "I....... ..... wrr'.rd.
.Fewer than 5.000 women are : Grand Matron and J Edwin La-; i ......_... .......... iorniT: of "Firming anal
; Sharps: providing the music l.t..ILi.c I.... rr.. ..-...
employed a-s airplane stewardesses j: cn. WorthGrand Patron of the A floor !'how"ill be given by ]I ....... .rir.lirlr .r........ FJi/alMlIi
actresses astronomers! radio Grand Chapter of Florida. Orderof Ct tty and Bob Simpson I .rwr.i..dwww... . p.rrkr. .ad.rrr. Street.TELEPHONE' .
coo m m e n t ators, photographers, j the Eastern Star will be hon- I IIAllMARK r. 270 < ,
geologists, lawyers, psychologists.; ; The New F.H.A. TermsIf .J'
ored b}' Fern Chapter No 21 at t
But if feel Desired
you c-p3ciiilly quail- Target
fled or are keen to learn, set your its "resuiai. meeting Friday. 8 p 11 I Air Pistol -KEY WEST-
sails in that direction anyway i m. in the Scottish Kite Temple CARDS KNETIISLINI: : )

Young people who want summer ;j ? Pret-ednii: the meeting; a banquet YOUR CHOICE OF GAMES Priced
jobs can pick from a wide will be held in then honor I 8393 COMPANY
Monopoly Rich Uncle Dominoes
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variety. In the west there ire at > Orient i :
Easy Money Pollyana Finance ],
TROPICAL TRADER Call! 1042 for Estimate
jobs at dude ranches. in the U.S. R Cribbage Parcheesi Anagrams ; .
o Forestry Service and in all pl..n.. P II on aa.s is .the best method Bingo Rook -Old Maid I 718 Duval St. Phone lOCO o :
paints. The northeast has plcnu tot the destruction of moles one

of hay to be pitched. There ai u> (lb n..t, troublesome of gardenand The HOBBY SHOP
berries to be picked everywhere lawn pests. i .

Baby sitting has become a big 1105 DIVISION ST.
J business and these jobs can be C'tti us emwers along the Pal-
less of a chore at a summer re estine coast produce fruit six VsOO ,1,..". 418:301'.11.
sort. Camp counselling\ offers, a w months out of the vcai. I

splendid opportunity for a summer .
of exercise and fun-with Hold lilllc
on a longer .
i .. p-
pay.Or you might go in for rabbit- Strunk Lumber Yard Ii

raising. The Department of Agriculture : f

reports that thousands; of COED Housing at the University of Florida shown here Is the eqUiv- .. i "'-",
4-11 Club boys and girls and Boy alent to two, dormitory units and will house 241 women students next ?*: TELEPHONE I :;16 r t! i'h
t Scout organizations make a success September. These two Apartment Units have been leased by the Urnxersity -
; of it after school and during to help house an estimated 1.000 coeds who will seek admission ;
for the fall term openmg in September. ..4 tS)
Located close
vacations. to the campus. ( r .. .4'1
that the rabbit they will be fully operated and supervised by the University. These I wr
r They suggest !;
meat can be furnisher: to noighliors. : units constitute the first University operated dormitory units for women -1. 4 .;-
( Board : r1r.
hotels campus private homes will also be available to women students. i xr.r
t meat markets.<< It can be market--d ) I Illl. .

, cut-up ready to. cook and packed j 1---------------- ( l/iriliirk) She'llione ., lig l"L
fresh or frozen.Two rwvvvvvvnvvv rTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTT _
I i I to four does and a. buck ) \
make a good unit with which" to 1 .'" R" t'If.1; . i! J r'
i start. Pen and hutches they say.1i I 1 .l
.. \ ,
I- j .,,
i me made not in expensive a jiffy. Rabbits and l ran can eat!IJf.I : All Sizes al.nulVidlhs( I 1\ \i I .\ 1i

; preen<< fed and kitchen<< waste 1r r -- -
x 1 from vegetable roots and top !. I SEARS i t : ,
and can bo ready to sell for nitat Down Go Prices during I'I'I Yellow Pine Boards I r

1 in about eight weeks.Some.girU I! Sears Midsummer Sale! -....
i prefer to raise angora i ,'-........ --,
rabbits and shear them for You can lower your living! Nil D'; IIIfU: ; (;IC.fE.FUH( ( ; UMI.DI.M.. ) ; I ':4 i

angora wool which has a good I costs by buying at the fir HOAT. WOHKHg ) i A ring i- ,.xriiinp: ,"mi n.*trrVIIOH r J, _... S

mat ket. 1I I reduced prices in Sears 0 5 U MME R I what waiting, at the oilier -mL "ll.at."IIY ).fi: ,',.i.. .

: Midsummer Sale Book. il"e iniM| >rlanl to nninn-r rail promptly.ll : .
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i It's FacJ.ed with I just fir-st'i1'evI.; . 1 ,
t bargains 'c jl-o iuiH| .rlant wlini ,oti re doing; ,the -

(You writ. Vivian Brown j I for you and your family. SALE of I!
may I Shipment railing, to alloir minute for jour party to '
la care of this paper about news ;I ,
4 j of your own gang.) Come in and see ;itTODA'r rt"ad.lhe lrlr|>lii>nr. "'I! tuo-.tjirtrlrplionr t i

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