The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 24, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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Naval Station has received orders wa.two minutes ...rte.foul'

I i transferring him to the of oel'Hk this mol(nin;; when the c .
: flee of the Chief of Naval Optr x Ropublican national conventionv .td.z
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'at Washington It was anrwuinced .
today at the Key West Naval time todelivery I ofpother in a

Station placing before the convention

their two daughters expect to, h eon piesidenlial nomination
I leave here shortly.Commander j jI
It w...> conceded by the inner
Johnson 'brought
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e I large;: submarine t"n.le.nn"" at I! lidat s are Governor TliomasDer

: : Key West Naval Station here in' NtWfORT MAN S ON S -.l fur.mile Ions: dill walk skirls palatial I. I ocean front ectst.a : \" of New York, ScnatoiKobeu
I 1 I January 1946! In June of the tl fashionable Newport R, I. The: mansions from front lo rear al riehl are The Staves owned h. I A Taft of 'Ohio. former
1 same year he was tran fi'ir tl lo Barclay K. llouijUs: 'l. nds tnt: of George: ; fcusti: Paine ..arerte' of Henrietta llartfurdruaatrlli ,
: Governor H( rold L: Slassm of
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: bore duty. and later became executive j and, in' the far distance. Mrs James P lluke -> PointJot <
, I, officer of the old Submarine : Mimic-old and Sl'natorrthu..-

I e .f, u;l i Base For some time abler' : I! anticnbers of Michigan :

BEAuTIESActressLinda ; Capt Willard Sounders. USN 11111114- PRINC&PAL& FOR i i While it was not publicly an'nounted .

Darnell holds a star sapphire was transfcncd Comdr Johnson Taft. and l Van- P
said to be world largest.It I methyl as commanding;: officer of And/ Joe 1\1(1.tie dfnbers ait .known to be memlier I _vr 1'
was mined in Australia and i the base : of the group whit are clett -
cut ta Los Angeles by James I C..mmanrl.J..hn1'f>!1 is wait- Or May Not/ HookUp NEGRO SCHOOL 'i mined to ficlit the nomination ._ T
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Kasanjaa.-- in!? for his lelief Cmdr. J A i..f Governor Dewey He and his '"
-- --- Flt/RCiald U* N. who is: now inominand ThisN / 1\M. followers appeared to b jubilant V I i I I U'K \ Lapp child
Local I Rolf'irsans .. of Submarine Division when the convention was convened Sweden during visit. to roral ra"Ue outside Stockholm. lie

( () : ; :12 nn the West; Coast C'nmdrFit.el"'ld !' > ,__i. ra IT.-... NOW SELECTED this m< ('nmz.: though they i conies from Taerna Lapland close torctic Circla.
: is expected here soon reasonably of only
NEW YORK. June 24. It weir sure
IJcc'cive: Details) I I IiJ : 13dclccdtes: They asserted that :' -

is still uncertain this afternoon -- - - 11'ill IS Il. (C.: (:()(,UI'I.L.: : theyacre confident they would TWO MARINES SERIOUSLY
: 1 Naval Ships whether or not Joe 1 oMajn a sufficient numhe.of i

Miami A&cmbly I I Ii Louis and Jersev Joe Walcott UMOKFI: : ); IMUIU.Ini : other candidates; to give Dcwevthe : I

will fight tonight in Yankee ". : required majority of 51:;. IN AUTO CRASHi
Details of the iisMmblv of Rotary I i Friday I Ii Stadium.It ::i in> KicvuiKM: : ( :I AH sort* of rumors were heard '
and of'
convention hall one
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Clubs held at M-iumi Lit For Other Ports is warm and humid now. K.n.ll.s. l'R L\; (..IIALtl I them was that Tail, when he felt \lolon'H'I(' iJte \\tri
Wrcik;, were', given to the Ke)' i with no rain falling. and the he could not get the nomination '

West: Rotary uiganizatiun today ': The t SS Sea Owl. a submarine management thought it wouldbe '<' i' on t-n. heels of th' an-t I would switch his delegates U State I Kidin- Collided \\ ;iih 1

at noon by Aquilino Lope?, Jr. ': which l1a been on duly in the 1 I possible to hold the fight nuuncvmcnt' yesterday. that Fred Vandcnbcri A similar story was Help 01

ptesidtnt-clcct. and Robert: Dopp Key West Naval l Station for the tuck I I. troldsmith Indisnapolt:' i i told about Staj-cn. w ho. however Cur: lriu fly Jof -1..hill
the Weather Bureau announced
secretary-elect of the local club. : !I.t six weeks will lcavtomor- but Ind would principal of Ke)" said he still had hopes ofI i i Cities Upheld l. .
Both said the assembly was .row for the; I'anatna Canal l ,. that the mercury West Hugh $cbomsk:...WilUu-d ,Albui !- being nominated ' -- f Pnnlcr -- -.Y.- '
well a Tan eJ and well attended ::"her regular station The Sea Owl will arbp to 50 by or before \ \- superintend of publi i It was predicted that if Dewey ,

Lopez said that at the breakfast.. has been on trainin'! ,!utv. : 9 o'clock tonight and that instruction for this c'nllnty. today; is unable to be nominated on the Ky L CarboncllCit I Two U S Marines were'
held on Monday at Miami for the Tomorrow the USS Oda\ another there will be showers or announced the appointmon of a; second ballot that delegates will ousJv injured at 1939 p rn I II

presidents-elect: of the various submanm. will dcpait foi thundershowers pi me..pal for Douglas;. > Hig! i hem; to desert him for Vanden- Cot.imisjionrr Louis Car- I night when a motorr>cl<'
clubs of the southern district of Portsmouth N. II. where she School a Negro institution: I berg or possibly Taft Stassen which they were iidinjs <', '
bond I said today is in
Florida the duties of the presi- will undergo repairs for about sIX r" ,,,,,, The new principal of Doucl i supporters said that they expect. favor of the state giving a certain : with an automobile near M. -

dents-elect were outlined and weeks. At the conclusion of the -- -- - S 'r Sch'iol will" be W C. Cosddl K.i. ed to get a stood-si/ed unit of percentage of its receiptsfrom I ct and Division streets
discussed repairing woik. she will returnto colored. dean of the Florida Normal Dewev delegates: the event and [ The Marines' are John tI : >
race tracks, gasoline II
Dopp said that he learned the Key West.Tomorrow :' Outlook Good and Industrial) School. Si. :thc arc convinced: that their caret:: taxes to the cities of Florida .I cum and Ralph F Hough 5.-
duties of the secretarIes of the the US' Robinson ,'rA 2 Augu.tmc. who will come. her man can not win I suffered a compound tract '

clubo which he hopes lo put into a destroyer -cort. will (lea\e for under contract July I. J I Votin:; is scheduled to bcsmI He said that Mayor\ RobertFloyd his right Ics: and Hough a b i 1-.'

effect when he assumes the Miami for a visit over the weekend For Soft CoalS Cogdcll has a bach-lor of I( this afternoon The opinion was of Miami had made thesuzsestion I arm and leg.
secretaryship of the local club. Monday she will head. hack -i--i science degree in chemistry from .that the Republicans will have at a recent meeting Mr and Mrs Joseph P i '

--- to the Key West Naval Base. j Vtrsmia State College. Pl.tCn--( elected l thci nominee either held In Tampa of the Florida 1 127 Flemmz street and 'i
burg Va. master of ails dcreiin llatc tonight: or tomorrow mom I daughter were riding in the
Funeral 1 Service New Rent Board i elL 1 1 c in e n t ed.ication at Howard Univer-Il log !lyors"1'hcciJits, association certainly need some !' r' rr>"bilc and escaped: unto I

: //i bitv, \V..-hington D C. and l has I In line with,, that predictionDeaev stale assistance". :-aid C rbonelltoda ; Their ear, however wei I '

For Mrs. Sawyerruncral .' taken graduate' work,, at Cc'Iumba -;i said he vill nominated \.. "I am in favor of getting I"I "Iv damaged while UKn''"
Is Appointed JUIII.; I.. L\Ws: I FEEL>; r. .. t:tTniversil New Ycnk City.;1 either niht CH early Friday our representative: In make this I I cycle was totally' ruined
Annsla. I| Lt Ravtwell is mv :-t '
: nd at Iowa State Colleftc -
to the next legislature : -
seivieis arc 10 hi held I .\MUMI.Mii.i.; ; : : r.i; : NOMINATEDviaj.. 'rr1011/1(1il''s proposition_ :1 i ins the accident It is '."."
at 4:30 clock this ..ftcinoon in Appointment of a Ken West; Gen. Muir Stephen Farchiid Goldsmiht's History . : | motorcycle turned out t" II
give at I
mixht AS
was nominated bv President The state
Gospel Hall fur Mis Mary Elizabeth -, rent advisory board was announced : IIVIIID; : : : ; MVIA I Truman to be vice chief of stall Fiuther dcUuU in the htston- i I Arrange I'',)1'I least half of the cigvret taxes colIcrted -I mother tu .. also -' .
l who died Area Director : I Division sti cot
Sawye.65. east
' >csteidiy yesterday; by of the ISir force with four of Goldsmith" became' avmlahlitoft ,I That would a fang on
in the Key West Municipal -: William Chailton of Ml ', OMIiVCI: co crashed head on with the I'car ">.,
II ILM U 'in star central rack "' \ it UK\ office of the sujxrinlcndenl Smoker July ,I watoward helping the cities '
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| liuspdal. Sam B PindcrandBernard instruction. .
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Lcixn will officiate at amiBurt T Gal n'lt. ne'-oopcllK'--1.. ml,, 'I br A.,.r-l a I'rtWASHINGTON _. You can sec what that would I

the service;. Bunal will be in ': man. public intcicats; Mrs Alu-: 'j, June i\-The Irs. E. Ii!J. Spencer .(:smith present is livme 12 vcai in .Watcrbur old and The application of David L. cizaret mean by tax the which results haa of amounted our own I") .

the family riiot in Cite Cemetery sia S. Van Goidtno\cn. federal'.emplojex outiooK is good this atteinuon Croon_ He is a Mclhoilist aryl' intaiiHd ,Smith. Harold Donnell mindBernell to well ttOO> month in lCSIrTllatll1()
tinder the direction of Lopez Funeral tenants; Col. G. D that the suit coal. situation will hat has no children :[ A Werner were approved over
I Din! I/asl E nin< the few months we have hail it
I Home. t!iHatficld. USMC (Ret ). public IK. settled agreeably: The attitude i ( \ l ; : CoMsmtth cradualcd from UKWa for membership' Itt the regular operation Of Executive

1\Irs. Sawyer leaves three interest: : Joe Peailman. dry wan brought about on the part ;<.iht>rIlish; SchotJ' with the' : meeting: of Arthur Sawyer Post in I
daughters l Mrs. John: Brandt. ', coocls dealer landloids: and J J ol the amines by retictal JutlalokLboiougti :Mi, '. M ti.. t;, Strictii., ; ds c. Class erf 1315 Then he went ti., No 23. American Lesion; held
Miami: Mrs Jim (lem and Mrs. Punier, bank l'a"hil'puhhc mtc '' ( detiston. in lave I 1.I"t. in;:lil "it l IO:tttocH4k in hiiLsidcw J'untK'inlVM"slty.. Lafayette. !I l last evening
William B Pahnc.San Leandcr, : icsls or of JulIO 1... Lewis and berwlo. Ind, and graduated in Jurw. l'!20iiiiKiinK | It was aniHpemcrel that a stnoker .
(',ilif t 11:111 j:1 andchildien and 1 It was pointed out I by ClidiltonConlmucC '' Sides BiKisca: on Hit niiinibpcn.sHm Vft: YI ants :tn'd. m ' Tlicti IMb : for meml>er> only will l.e I iis1III ; I :i iKtlm Tu 01"! '
... ,iiiflt nild ( On Page; bcvtnj rum' 'i il "s<'1 VIU' well bb.'M j held rridav July 9 at 8 p m
om c: t-K/ __ j '! plan .-<.'nw principal of th' l\Ion'- hab.s i" Ich' X', ,II t.. _.I. ...\,".-Htnnifiht ills.ii iW I'
Lewis ielt confident that oicbe. k losioaiow ..flc',n..n In Sctn-J ..wt. Supper will.. lie scrxol dunn the .
- -- - so an m.>nmi. Incl. Ih .h ., 10Un Key Wf..t !.....>: <'..t|>t>i of tho! AIRed iiie-ill will ije rtat-iictl. tinIitsKicnto UM t..m.n;.. S<:tf t M UVKII. ,Lrtri wn !",,'k 'o I'urdtii' a" al' I' sm jfcet The c- ">ti iltce j is lame" Chili. in Ibc S.niun..rvlei: .t ,','nT1r (:rt:.<:, Mill kn ..1. '

lal:lindiiu. bMiddetKlcd Churrh with I:'-, J. U gin M IMSlor *.jstnnt el an .rf men : I- Ifanrahan Robert Sounders. will .his:pn at 7 ft.nAlso n, icneH d as cxtvetm" A i ,
Alfon-ei B" 'rtsi
sail l rn:
i not to brew ttKiswkraIKMI e4fieiaung. Tin iiorfv ..villr\. later he. lirtamc dean of men new officers for 1h. ensuing toMi>xnr ..ff.xtive J :;.1 1
i (lifford. J. Raines was-
of the 1 ituaif o 1 .alwl i .
hut when UM' p.e.ilM-1 was m..IIII-d Alhcrt MI' <:..I."a Netlks. I Il I.
; UK rhurrii .it :Z ... lookthat S tlw reswlar prc..entative t'. scat will In -
I Lewis attitude was" tlkitluiulw pkt.d m the runoins .,{ : re . .,
he took "v'r aivaV.1wk*
udr-d i( 1. U.NC-SIO>; WIt! be' mvi: Ik- i I..h l hom !
'IM'n he stated bill he had' called ;ill':'itse.n.5uaivoi I..y. inV is- the (-iv f" Imprwvem' nt AsMiciaticm .
)\ a private M'boot Hoe 'IS pi .,i a mcetiiin CM his' 09 policy .. ol Itt(. ih..5.eri in '-..on.1nVh..-n ht :-old. the ,school meeting* ccrd Jon Ails/ n (Continued On p50 ''-' I,
A barlierwe pit for the cunventeoce -
coinmittct IIlClul.ocn101' tomoi mterestrc
l'h< I run and the present cuutiact. in public St........ w'im" k. awl' w*:" *>f the member
f t June 30. QUid ::1'uxk'luldl"A and two gieat- i u'As: i-s lirtna: (ron.strwted
kiL clue to expire 011 : btiMit>ht to K.'v We4 Hr wa .
,I, l to continued till. a hew contract: i Itiandchikiic-n: a siMtr MiCh.i >. here yesterday. but has Sine de. tic cruunds by Farlm P Goatwait '
B a.,, has been drawn up and signed ,'ki> U. Cusry. and IAO biMh pink-ed for his v..r..r Conn !t
. An initiation will .b"tooductetl ais
'I' In the union and the /on parry ers;, Michael and Wa'! Can.>', hnfr..-. His fintract lircoines "ffectivc : M the next regularmretms.
t I irncsenU.tivcShorl| : July'I IUeanwhik I.
/: w _ _ __ Palibearcr-- be scVctedfr n... O'I.nt.nnw 4ulIt.
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lit .. -m Ties Tail Tube' 1'. 11..n. <>- KWot IligtSrhowl following lh. nv-ttinc -. -
n hBs' (iimiilSlaris: ( l". -d. (Idler ..f Kfl Men. .tfnimh piinripal who will of became auperintoncfcni per wasw !served btht. II.iu4committee .

hti. hi.,,:...i..l -v.... a memPiiUn.Mc of pwblK in" triH-tMin fix.. .it a..yj sit l.el'< s'r
.. I. Anwrtcan 1.0-:1''" 14 n.. State h
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I t 1":1.: r>xu v ais held w'k' TalUhao.ii 'rf
i . oh. OCiv-m. firing l thi in -
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t"UI 1..1 i :i. I in.haigt wlw : Rtnrc.--t'niatis fiom -

.*. :\ .bolt ciuuit m a wall plus: lIr.n. m.,' III' niIIOM said ti.clay he'. did not know ant thur Sawyer Post are 4-" k
< a I I" w.'ii'\ I .I.i 1\\\> in
- t at ---- -- - Smith and Vincent Molina Ji I
"" tailed a small fire yesterday:\ -
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I .> l.i II| m in a house at ;>21I -- ---- --

',fl. Q 'b, .-k """""- t:mlixi street Firemen drum. ho; TICKET OFFICE r:
_ '.' < 1..idll'J(1.. the fast to armi. ""I i t.
.T I Tin AIRLINES United (oumil of ChnstiaUomen '
the scene put tlublaze out ALL FOOD-
will hold its n::ula
h '. all of the living loom u. arorxhed >
z. ; and there waei \' lit- PRICE. TOURS SJ,./. l Is U I/I,Tffir k TuesadJune>u>inc9.s, meeting 29.: at in the II a Fast rn

tic damage ill .1..1.I.. Trirtl llutr s
,n,, li> Consre.atioi: al church -
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Air Conditioning
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line Ii.rat street Pb..e tiifi t ,., ,
BELL WITHOUT A BONG.\ :i-ton supper is lulu Repair l'tl nling. MlUMv: Ll'''BEURU Autry and Smiley Burnette watches as a new mechanical toll tee hoists a ball to bring P".i-
lifted at National& Tube ('o plant In Lorain. Ohio It will regulate. I MTl K fl.,.\ : NEWS ancfc SHORTS [! lion to HwIl>wtM>d. \\ the ball is hit. an clear ear start* Ouu.biatr <
Down (Work TELEPHONE 816
flow of raw mol'''I iAb into blast furnace backtround> ltod\ and' Fender ; which send> another cnesujulcg
steep sides ul slopprrtll slide tons uf uou ore coke. iimr tvikr. -. ------- .

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I. P. ABTMAN. 4>__. a.4 P...!!...*. Attorney General J. Tom Watson's I VisiliugNnvsW : Bus Station
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.:: From The Cltlscn Bundle chickens that he turned loose while he was! (
Corner Oreen and Ana Street
:., Only U lly Newspaper la Kejr West and fighting the establishment of the F Kd1IfCfl Harris j 0( LAKELAND, June 23 (FNS)- ; t

..- Monroe County E\"er-I Daytime Summary __ A site for a new bus terminal ,

c ntered at Key West. Florida a> cecond class matter glades! Xationl Park or a part of it. ire Seected broidcsit pregra'es t tile Si a.....listed tiie, belew....... I I :. here has been .cqulre by the
.. Florida Greyhound Line. Incorporated !
Leftere 1S011tonS.
MBMDKK OK THE A*'OCI*TEI) PHE* coming home to roost. IF., c."t.1 ..t'Ct clii flewr_ CHAPTtR 29 see what I mean. Miss Hildred* mother added now "T-ward yourself jt was announced by !I
The Associated Press I. exclusively entitled toM for ....,,"t..... SuOtraCt tee ", ,,1'''' And we. well of course Ellen and I mean. You must tand ., t
for reproduction of all nws dIspatches credited Monday Governor Caldwell refusedto SHE found that Robin wanted to me couldn't begin- to buy !him all steadfast: faithful to your own bei:John Mclntosh. district passen.'ger .
to It or not otherwise credited In this paper' and ; to her. lie told her as could have but l hefs and ideaL and to your own agent. He said the companyhas }
the he we
slso the local news published here. attach his signature to bill that JUNI 11 THROUGH JUNE 23 he held the door for her to things ,
a was get could care for him right and we se lf. That is the only way to find acquired title to the property "I

"IBM-It: IP-no* RITES! incurred to defend the state when Watson Cevenfleii *r.f.... oat of the big limousine, having think he'd be happiest, in the long nappmes! I I111 at the southeast corner of Soutn f (
One Tear _$liOO Full schedule. .f the Republican is.Ieiii .. drawn up before her door. that I remember" Hildred: promised -
? iz :Months ===--===-.-_ _ _ _ 0.00: was conducting his series of suits againstthe .. convention .t Ph.iadelptui,, is0ein ne bad been wanting to talk with run. her Missouri Avenue and Olive
Three Months, _.____ 175 cameO lIy .It four netwOrkS tSis, he about certain matter for "Robin. I understand -fully! i :, wondering further why street and will build a larger
.wi. Met-in _____.__--_-..___ _ 100 park project. The bill totaled 7.900 week from Monday. .... Beth day and : a a Now she could speak. "I think it mother spoke this wJy'ii trtrrfmg. there to replace !
terminal tone
i'' ''* '. long time. "
\.Uy .ISADVRItTISIX. iC sissies ge en the '1' in SOds wonderful idea. think it would .*torrnse me. her mother urged
... RATF9! and was filed by Senator Leroy Collins of tim E..ct.. te special times wore pregrams.nttwerk not .listed II" tOo "It's about Ellen and me." He a be far better for Jimmy. gl'ltly.I know if you give m<: : in use for nine years at th" : aCU'

Tallahassee in their advance dropped the cap and had to pause your word that you will remember corner of Missouri avenu arwi CU'Wf
....: Made Known on Application who aided in defending the -Then you'll talk with Mr Lu-
pregrams as given OerewiUt are tub.Jest V it up. "We're fixing to get ienRobin's interruption came -H a time should;; ever com !I :Mam t.-t. I'I
SPtCIlL UTICE -nits. The governor directed that similar te tantaneeus. change fir bout married, you know when remember you must-" i the in'
a the regular setnens and ether Dreadcasts. straight from his heart so that it I Plans for new terminal :
.. All reading ...Uca.. cards of thank. resolatloBSr Hildred had known. but she Hildred had in all her !' J o
rernect. Obituary notices, poem*, etc will be amount be deducted from the appropriation NOTE Sissies wiN te breadcss would not be held back. never. have not been drawn. and it will
x.arired fur at the rate of It cents a line. ....."........ ,. te the entire netwerkheekup smiled once more and said that She said "Yes. Robin. I promise life deceived her mother. But she : be about a year before it is a JIjIs1
: Notices for entertainment churches from which provided for salaries and expenses} in *. rather than by deuble. relay' Snot was fine. But she knew that you I will talk with Mr. Lucien." felt she must deceive her now. I realitv !McIntosh said He added
: -. revenue is to be derived are & cents a line te meet. lecal clack times.Merning was not alL She could not refuse this parting
the that sh, also sealed '
And in
The Citizen Is an bn forum and invite dls- attorney general's office. saying: Surely it would be more that the bu companv s lease oa-
: .41Ph-It. of p..blh isaua and subjects of local 411'i It's been on both our minds. the fate that she felt was overtaking I request. die
i -- ."ener.I. intereat. but it will Dot lubh.b anonymous "We are just not going to pay both 100-'floneymeon la V T.-eb like I told you; Ellen,.she's been her. For she would have to wrong to do that than to give the the present terminal !ast- about.' Yin

: .mmunl'aU(>DL ways." Caldwell commented. Breaktast ClubabcPl5Sirnar4 after ire She said she knew you. make that her price-Rob:n and I promise Liked for. She said again. another .year 111

Folllrs cbs oeing a lady, and such a friendlyane Ellen must have the boy. If Lu- I' -Ill remember, darling-.f such a I -

i Perseverance is an outstanding qual- Ozark \allcy. rolks-tctis and fine, would understand." cien would consent to that. then time ever comes" I ........- 1ntM\\ oft
10-00-Fred Warinj Show nbe 'I "Dont to the door. her
ity in the human character. Without perseverance Music For You-cbsily Hildred murmured that she certainly Hildred would\ marry him. admonished. "You know I
Drama abe would Robin said "Oh. thank . mother Wcsh en
6101'7 try. you ; Key
MEMBER <> 1948 little would be accomplishedin : 10:30 Half-Hour Hour of !erlala-tlbe!! Ir. Lucien is fine too-just thank $ou, for the both of u*, Miss ing.never Besides Lke acual this good-bjes is not one,-darl-ju-t
of SerialscbsSay *
life, but that quality. as well as every I It With ilu ic-rols See'!" Robin said. "He's giving us Mildred"! for a few days-then I shall see owinc
a h'tle cottage on the plantation did not with her mother "* Gone ByAS
other one. can be carried too far. Frequently 11:00 Arthur Godfrer Show-<-b SHE go I my little gin again. | Days
Breakfast IB Hoi ywood-ab. that little w hte one near the edge Atlanta. Mrs. McXaugnten "Thats right . just :a few

a man has ruined himself by his 11:30-E n Alexander Show-ints of the big grove. He* done so would not hear of it. She said that 'I days." Hildrei! an we'ed- And becaUSe TAKEN FROM FILES o F
11.45-ScrUs: brs. cts much and will do which is would be there
JU more as long as Randy of that bright confidence on :
unchecked ambition and Watson, whilehe AHeme.a> another; reason! ,, as I tried to tell Saturday-she was leaving, with .her mother's sweet face she could
SUen.: it don't seem right to men- Dr. Schouemaker Friday ; JUNE: 24. 1938
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST has not ruined himself, undoubtedly 12:00-Welcome evening say those words with confidence '
1 Kate Smith Sp.alis-mba .on this matter first to him. -it was not necessary for Hildred too. She could make her own i GnlIIIlllllllJllllRlI

:. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN has disrupted his political career.It 12: -Words and :\ -What is it. Robin! You know to go. For such a gentle little smile bright. in this final moment. I i!

is doubtful if he would have been I : Half Hour-nbeS III! ao anything at all. if 1 ean.I ." w'omanfildred's mother could be : How glad she was to be that WPA announced today thatl

: :00-Double. or Nothlnc-cteQue know you will Miss-you're quite firm when she wished. I she had managed that to sender : the city's filing system will

1. More Hotels and Apartments. nominated for governor had he not ... for a Day-nibs that good'" The admiration was a "I'd far rather: you come to see h mother off with a smile in- j unrpoved at a cost of $500. J

-1 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. ferred with the park proposal but inter-I 2:JO-serials and for Groomabchulls JS hrs.-ntCrlrle ., :soil glow in his eyes.It.s the boyJunmywe.d me afterwards," she said as Hil s tead of with tears. For Mrs Me- JiI

-. 3. Airports-Land and Sea. bock lecerd-mbc) like to have him dred clung to her in a last good- Naughten did not come out of tne i Ben Adams and Fernando

assisted in making it a reality. .t> I:CO-To Pe Announced-eta Ellen and me For our own. I bye kiss. "Ill be needing your I operation She went to sleep mus. members of the DeMolay '
:: : 4. Consolidation of and
County like have done
iU1.'e'd to it Than
1.5db. Be "seated-aba company then darling. that some bright confident smileon
would have made far better advisory council returned
a showing veaa
City Governments. I 1.30-The House l'arty-cU uo in court regular, so he would give me something to look for- her lips. a* Randy was to t-11
than he did Paul \\bitenian i if me Miss Hil- ward I'd rather have it this ; terday from Tampa where the/j
= '. Community Auditorium. both for the gubernatorial and >e ours. you get to. her daugater later-never to wake
.:UO-Hint Hunt Viulz-cbs d-ed. way. please believe me." I had attended the state ronvenMit

the supreme court nOl1 nations. Indeed he 4:30 Treasury-Wiener Band Take Llv"-"t.o Alt-cts I Hildred "got" him-and with ithsr ""Then that's the way it will bt>." up But again.before the closed her eyes t! ion of the order Hj I

might have won the nomination for the 9:WV Robert "Q"- Lewis-cbs : own heart suddenly seemedtoo her daughter returned obediently. for that !long sleep she had sad t j

court bench. Kiddies flour
MONOGRAPH supreme Uteit. -abe at ,1 nibs You don't think it could be mother said in that new firm way. her in his long white doctor : pageant to be held during the

However that might have been of one and AL.ierb5eaSNETWORK done' Robin was a king. his She held her daughter at arms robe and his white mask that covered ;( Overseas Highway celebrationwill

.. :: President Harry S. Truman, whale: face anxious because of her length looked into her e>es. "Re- all his face except hs stead- :
be conducted
thing we be certain Watson tonight in the
may : was too S-lence.: "There's too much in tne member what I said dear about faat gray eyes ti..t always would

The White House, persistent in his park casel. Even on the I PROGRAMS big aouse fur one small boy-the constancy being a fine thing* I be the sams. high school auditorium bj Miss COD

cj'.age would! be a home if you I "You must have it, too her I (To be conliniwJ) ; Edna B. Smith. director Of
D. ...
Washington, C. day that President Truman dedicated Casters Lecal T. .. For Cestril. |f
.- the subtract .se ".,,1''. t.r moustais. ._ i theilai
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t---- -- -- -- -
Dear Harry : Everglades National Park. Watson had subtract twe heurs. Some local' st<- tI I II i With a contingent of soldiers.
I a as
iiO5 e""II' """r.f relay" t. "t
Hope liked the watermelon park before the 'local scheaulet.. Last minute prs.9iim I TOU.\Y'S 1! LEGALS : now in Army Barracks bugles.'
you case supreme court in changes. cannot b. .nclud5d. THE LOW DOWN, : were blown there yesterday fort -

Leehburjr Florida, sent you Grown under .i Florida. Though that I ANNIVERSARIES skIm:
court and the Supreme ; the first time in many years. ; biu

: Florida sunshine.!' Compare. I court had turned him down he still THURSDAY, JUNE 24 (Know America) I N0ll IThe fromHICKORY : -
u-cee.s.u'' Tt r-It --I' flut'l ; '
:- persisted in his EesisSOOXews I 1797-John Hughes, 'oeloved i.t K., iS'-t. t,......... for ifs- ,. ar I Boy scouting was at a low ebb opeN
TilE ORACLE fight. GROVE; .
.. ..,
PttKt-t la Mm -nb.Ntwsxsit im'4 5.iii I I.- ;n.-f. t..r'i fl.'fI p in Key West last year. Rotarians
The Citizen };%cry I>.'t -ihs Ne\v Yoi k Roman Catholic archbishop the "."'.'i.' at lfc* Tax \1'-'
agree with the stand :s..ta-ork Silent: Hi>\ir-sl-c-ea,t I f ::. eminent; citizen born in .nii- in the City "a'l Al..nda,- were told at their luncheon yesterday "- den
Governor KnltiKS: Hour (r iiat>-atH.-...stNetvoik thr-ngh KrnLaiHlwnrti: I,... li'.ur'. A question that has me befud- by Lieutenant Edward
Caldwell took in refusing to ...... eland. Died January 3. I8G4 ; city:
: silent ii lir>-mt. t I : ..i r.- I I'. )I. aid J,.. SI. until died at times is how-come folks'who : McCarthy, but has made large
: PRICES MOVING UPWARD make the state "pay both ways." Kiddies: Hour U pao-mtutif I I 1798-(150 years ago) Jedidiah .I,.U *. Ills' ,\.<-. *Vi,
'la- ; gains membership since the
sports: Music Time-nbe : I.I.n LsisvEi are up and coming and alert t
or Men and Uook -els is Smith adventurous Rocky 'it. ,1.,1. Rotarians began their sponser-

: ':30-Cbk-aso Orch.stta-cI11.!! Mountains trader of the 1820's, Jun 2.24.-tc-2e-Sb-2e: :: :! : in.I.; -'l.I" looking and who appear sharp < .. 1'1OVeJ
It will probably be unpleasant news The Greek athletes! who started the Luro *,'"i .VbiMrr: repeal, -<..Lsft I explorer first to explore the ." : like a lazor blade-are not sharp|. j i ship of a troop in 1937. '

::= husbands housewives Olympic) Games I:.>-Newscast ty Three-nbeLo Great I got in mind folks who figure i :..JtUU't1J
: to and : : anxiously in 77C B. C. trained on a "",:D Thomas repeat lit-cbs Basin first known American A special dispatch from Wash-i

: diet of cheese and 7:00-aupptr Cl',,t-nbe.taaio to enter California from east 'lI1Il i; -iii ( IOiIOTIIt% i that socialism and the Gov can
trying to stretch the family budget to water. What no ci ark- ington in The Citizen today
cope Tee L-culah S1Io.- I." I and out the west. born in Chen. is'm : I'Ic..?. .S.f. &iae, 115 I :". get then foot in some othe- guy'doorlike
ers! :cess and C..mmeat..ry-at. l\ 'rllr. I 01 141 OK lll. 4 <>lTtJI quotes Senator Claude Pepper assaying elteT
=- with the cost of living that the rise is continuing 1- ShoD Lewis. Jr.-tub* angw County. N Y Killed bv Indians !...!:. .VOMtol: I t.. 'T1'1..'*- electric lights and I that he will help Key
*.1i-News and Comment-nbeJa I May 27. 1831 'I HI" '. l\ PHOHtTr, dams leftbanded education div '; bale
= and may be up as! much as ten percent 'k: smith and S\ll1(--cts1'itiJy In r'1:: floors under the :j West to get a low-cost housing s- ,
-abc I ,1J113-Henry Ward Beecher. .. .. . versIons prune niqimg
-NEW" Comments
GRASS : .XI": r H A. >' proj('(:t
.: before the first of the next year. ceos: leaner Dlfe" 'nbs \ ,fained Brooklyn. N. Y. preacher. '. l>r.-.j---:: lTui), teaching OTs bait t> ngj j _ -
7.JO-\'an I'anun.Jul..I.. cb* 1 T.. Ml 4 r.lif'.rand' ' P r-...n'. lla,- and faro dealing etc. -ore not'1! chai
:. Food including meat will Jrrrr' W tvitr M>o..- <-C-.. I lone of most conspicuous of hu ( .sg "Iai"-.r i ts.iaSds. .'a.&lh..t { Key West Lions, at a mf't'ting :
probably A new "wonder" grass is reported) by ilefirr" Morgan; -mbc- 43t J I d*>. born in LiUhfield, turin ::0:..,.1 1..1' going to push their other foot'in- j j last night adopted' a resolutjom the

asueVt.rIdab.wect Y'H' ...m'.la.I h .., \.... ar. h.-r....\ i iM U any other dour they might i wrtlfn
:? rise during the summer months. Fuel, including D. W. Fortenbery, of the Kentucky Seed : ei.. Comment-nibs I Died M-jrch 8. 1&87 ,I > .,..f..Uld l required t.. |.r..t | {pledging its membership to asr .t

: 1:4SllarkneCtiuticeiutLbO I 1839 Gubtavus F ..eilain.un,til-na.l'- hih ,..... fancy. ]I the Florida Keys *
Swift. Chicago -I'm l w siding Aque*
:.: coal and oil, will be higher this Improvement Association, who says: that it New-. Hr....... ..-i t l.* I : ".r' .'.......r' ..f .i..u. .ax beer Jtuiu..t Right now socialism is Irving i li
duct commission' have
beef to
pioneer: in packing. a Dtpe
sports mlelit-lIIb. .
fall. is th. --Ulvf .UtnitHR.. .V ". .!. |to its into medicine. shipars
Clothing is moving upward accord- almost imperious to drought, flooding, ..CO-Henry. \Mrkrb Family-nbar I builder of a great business who .-a..oI.- .lal.f _OIl .*....Ne,. >.. IM- jimmy way '| line of water brought to Key,. ,
'Ul. in t-tactr War-cL. j ,',.mil JM.ILf lijumi i'&uIIC, Up to now luts of fellers running' .
: ing to the experts, and rents are pressing weeds and rust. I..r.t i'ageabeas4irisJnal 'I began as a Cape Cod btitehor.born . ,, West. ; .
I-'i..riila .it hi- tO"itt a laundry or a ding ..;tor? ot being SitKbav
:; toward The Casebecult-ab.-.ast Sandwich Mass. Died Mar h..n v ...1ai.I fmiMy at KV.....,.
the discovered
upward higher limits was in .
permitted grass 1887 by Lu< ky] artnvr G'&ua.5.1.5 !I a plumber or 000 other ways i o'\ll'r\
k 29 1903. w thin risrlit .alt-wHar' : Key West Junior Chamber of
: under existing legislation. Wiliam M. Suiter, atop rugged eroding .:10-New. Face. 1M*-not> ft..,,. tkr tina ..f th- fires a .
Commerce last mxht named'
Mr Keen: 18-J2 Ambrose G
s fam- 9I !
: Bierce i '.f tkls n.- .::;;. .. | and let Govt dip in here and I M
:..: It is hillside. It has hen under i riwinal Casebook-*tx. east 'laimr by commitee to the State Rna .
apparent to those familiar \>ith development at Henry Morca. ed writer, individualist born in h-SMiSd -fcall lr in wrnn.K' urge
:: i-atxwtkt
in there and never murmured
'I ami -han slaPlb- pii.'e .f ,
r. -
:. economic processes that the extra billions the University of Kentucky since 194G and .. Talent Jackpot..-. mbs .I Meigs County, Ohio, last heard .... ..n.! p-t -rffi. irtn. when the socialist squeeze j Department to construct a lateral /,,, sitPiteMIr
55-Kll Rc'.eIlOlIc < rtit ml road Pine Key .
> nm s ot in MexIco., seeking death in lbs >ainuni. and liall Iwu .rn on Big .
being spent by Congress for foreign relief more than 5U.OIIIIerpS of "Kv.-31 Fescue"are Hall. Al' JoJsen-l 1914. i.- 11 ihlaia hue a5tnl, was put on tile other guv h.s ;
I>k.k Hauntsarre' -kbs hi- ult..ria 054 ::' . -I.ii'r: the other guys baby--.... what- i '" lots
5 W' and national defense, when coupled under cultivation. In addition, it is To lie Auiioun'-x. Gabriel"r." Comment-Bwts ..1n'T Ti why stew about it. j day announced the rogi icom
::- with the increasing amounts )being, vvideiv Ust-d in of the Southern I '- Adams noted Boston historian- sst-xi'i-ns. and brothers bK-ss i birth of a, !
being spent .some : News Broadcast-mbss I- -\- 'ui..r.-ith'-' L.-m au.1 sisters! |
-. JO-Jack Carson A J I writer ha clay, burn in QuiruyMass T. ..t."", ,It ... % mm--'. II. ...... ... hearts. socialism like the[ son on Friday in their home op. trod
by business on new plants and equipment, States.The Crime Pttotucrapber. (f Died February 13. 1927 | .. ..,.....! your is I Newton street The babtha ...
CaudHl )hcrvl.h" east Junl ; ; pIP.- 1-c measles or the smallpox: you been Ijki
named William Claude
:: will inevitably produce higher and is described as! rank
prices grass a Front Pa"'e-ah-.t'' don get 'em in one foot or m01M" Lou
\n4} Kll':v. 11 |>4 i -nibS I At the nose:. 01 the war AmuI '
.= accelarate the inflationary movement. coarse rapidly-growing. tall grass of the ':**Movie Background, I lean merchant shipping reached 37 IX Illl4: IIM liT. '". KT 4H- TIlE: i small spot-once the germ is I Today The Citizen says in ao .stoj)

well-known Fescue 9.OJ; -Bob I lltVI.VIII JIIIMItl. 4IU4III' 1 in your >steni. you finally breakout
In addition reports show very clearly type and its admirer HawkJu'zr.b. million tons, j editorial oaragrapb
Magazine;"r-C"L." grooa \ iii'I 111; ."TtT>. <>l I I.OHIO \. .
"': that the people are spending their says it can be used for erosion control, in I hiids \\orhl-abc-eact. I l\ M. .. .>I< tJOMIOI: 44>IIVIV all overYours "Hail Queen, of the Fiesta Ci
andi.l Mlr..pboi.e.-abkwestrainlr f II tM I:HII. ; with the low down. J Bernice are'than
money and, in addition going the limit on clay, gravel or cinder areas on lawns. Theatrr-mbs LEGALS ._ ,... II-Ll.. JO SERRA. Brantkv
10:SO-To Pe Ans.ouiiccd-nbo> t tII .It I S If It I i; :
installment buying which i is up almost Fescue is the popular name of a genusof 11-ct Ni htrr I"abs 1 I .' ..\RtN K It K;..l-;Nit., ;. I No spectof: b.!dor fulsnow nwk
To i three billion dollars above last year. grasses, of wide geographical distribution I>apce Muai .-misw IIEI1Ii. :II Iti. .U" i ITii '.. t.IV.'R.R Your Horoscope t-x.l'ns, : h.<\ te< 'n? mon
:*,-Eart Godwin Talk, -abe i I ...."1..' .I' .P L'SIK \lnRI.T; <; K.'I-NIO \ reee I
= This that the but particularly -IPIIOE Ii ". ,. I' I It O' .1
mean consumers } numerous in the tem IVftudai.t4MIIII I '
aje go- ":00-News & Vaicty : brs.-etc : Key t'
I I I \:II :K u!' PI "Llf'I I ISIS THURSDAY JUNE 24 1948Today's j
: ing heavily into debt, with the result that: perate regions. Some twenty-five species :News Variety lui">.e .: hrs.-cts %ia. tI-f::: I TiP: Doleits
News ,
and Dance u.n"-o mind will be t .
: given
="e... LI&II... Land 2 YI..I. :!:- -'clv.1: )I..1'8"' r..t i;. 1-.:....n iIJ. AUTOMOBILEW J
:: when a deflationary movement begin, are found in North America. Some varieties I no-luncinc C brs -nibs I f I'l.untff. 2-; ,:; tI.oJ.'.' St'u'I.I- CR4.Ii.LL'Ww affairs that seem mysterious! ana nmttft'CJIf

._ ._ ._ .. : Clll.lay..a-a.ioo.t I 'Ii. Calif.Y'u .
will I Icomplish
': "n' L L. L .L careful plans be: laid to 01-
: the average American will be once morecaught aii.iiu a iieigrii 01 two or triurebut leei, I I, oTTO '.n''Nr:n. are .hereby re-j'.irl. i-i 05pear I. fill all prescriptions;; $ when
the of life. Tnt I'
tS'fendant.l'TIi I .. aims
;- in a hopeless financial condition. ) for the most part, they rarely grow TunA BIKTIIIUYS ITo u'rl-aN \.. '..'..f In the the Bill alMitv f C..mpl.i.t cT7t-l' race-t..r 01'.1' "II- aspects of the planets will havt i! your old car starts giving you : Slcubj I
I T.. 'TT" iR; ..xiR, .. I trouble.
r ; "IIei'f..r' tb.- |- ,h iiy .f Jiilr" .%.
higher than a foot. The grass producesfine (Know America) .ii: lii.NflllV. WBU |I l I.. l 1545. th* allflMtioBtherein .. much to do with the trend n1''j i We carry a complete: line of .
:: N.wark. x. .J-r...-' will IKtakn a" ,-.nfnr--4. 1 the daily avocations It is need I- ;I I
NOT WORTH MUCH herbage and the species has receivedthe Congressman Louis J Ludlow.1 I Y'.I ahrrrhi' nn'l1t that a Tillr*.-r I,. f.. n.' pnMi. ..s4 ...n.ja .-.. ', Kill f..r "1.1 la- Inr -n filed ... .... .. _. exercise: caution m deal i
attention lof Indianapolis but s..r' w -k f"r r .n w k" j Spark Plugs. Fan Bells. thinsW''F
of agriculturists for a number n Fayettej; h. ., .. with the 'S t
I I ak.aintu rt-in al,01 5.' r Tulrrti -- in Tfc- K.W..f. ''.&-n. a ,....-- lags opposite sex: '
:..: Don't too much attention to the ) of Co Ind.ds5w years ago .. iw file. ,..u. a..ara..e or. I B..|...1'' .>..Mi.! -n..4 in lh.. .'lix ..f k<-.. AT YOUR SERVICE . !
pay vears.We .
i .. .. .. .. f
Prof \eblen of the''i ar w r' h r-t' n r' lf. r*> Julv '.f U em. Florida.i.m '. !'! DAY OR NIGHT
:.: .ffoits of progno-ticators and political Institute I: ""4'. mnrw t-r I .-.-..-.- Pr.. Cnn-; l ..,..I ..rd'-r.- Ik. ,. loth. 4a.' ..f As national capitals. Ottawa ana i,
for Advanced Study. '',''' ilIl!! isnioTed agulnr-t p,... I ..IuD". .\. ".. l't'. Washington have a lot in common PHONE RUrtnti
: writers to keep up with the varying fortunes know men who are t-o busy solving Princeton N J. famed mathematician -I'June lwtr t .it->,x K. "\- w--, ."!..r"' ". fbiI t ,:<,,:.\1., geographically. each has its thief! 1178 I't',,.,
-:. of the presidential candidates. born at Decorah, lawn, ICiriii lR 5-eli K'i'. ._, .r. H: J JANE and
the intricate problems of the world 1rk .1 ... ..11'' "if C-ur?. governmental buildings on a hilltop SHINE I I '
68 years 'rSH I" SAWYER .. .. I .S"
ago I t ..., .
: While no one can be ceitain it i is anuJlt'n that they can't attend to their own busi, Jack Dempaev: onetime champion l..rk ..<. tt." .*..wrt. By4 nr plowaurtb.CPurb'I..Wa. and each haa i !vei and two 1S02 BERTHA STREET ; lislells
,. .
H} I-lore E. sawt.. ., ibutanes! .
: : speculation whether the course of ness. I born Manassa. Cok. 53 5.-putci'irk T l'nrt.r IVK I.p. ) ----- *

years ago.LewIS I M4.RPJS I; VV .\nx. n. I-J*<1. f..r "'au.t1ff.j..I u-n Ithe'ban.\
: any presidential campaign has much effect Browne author born " i f..r I muff I -.4: j -
in j'.in ).1-:14: : jullISISIs i
: upon the election. There may be exceptons IS SOCIETY TOTTERING? London. England, 51 vcrs ago !.'I aFrom where I ; .

but no one has jet established beyond! Vice Admiral Bernard }{. BIi i Tin: I hIS II" C 01 HT Ut' Tin: I IN Till: 4 III Ml ISIS itT.IS sit... cji Joe Marshf
born 1:11: ;' I'TII: ..1'11111 S L S 151 t I I'SIP tIi, I"'" sulsitol: soil Si I. Sm'
en Walnut
1 ; doubt the effect of speeches and incidents We find it rather difficult to understand i Lake, lilt: eT1I; u. .1.1' I 1.. (> lii \. I' I'.P 51 : -" - i Kay
nesota. 59 .
eais 1It'dln
> ego I i tIb I'U" lotieRfil; 0111 r' '- I-.t: . .f
4 Most of the elections, we suspect are in the mental conclusions of some of Prof Frederick G Kayes Iin-I r l\ 4 11'1-1._:. I 11.1.\; \ . .fIRTIfooi.: |.-i-:. tk.

J : the bag for one candidate or the other long our leaders who continue; to warn us of a the Mass Institute. of IJUIt.1 KI N i:11-42"N : i151 '1''lr.1--."tamI.S..ris f .. and!

ev. physical l chemist boin at air.tiff! t tI. T.. \11 'r-.1 ...-. ....o! 5aren, # "At'
.. 'before they begin their speaking tours. *"societ> tottering on the brink of disas Kmeston. Canada. 63 i C l'lV:..n<.r. iI.e i",.. ......".c'" They let the Wives in !
years ago I NNKII: '' &Kt; :f:N I .,5abI.E! 5u,.1 llau-
-1 i The probable exceptions to such a ter." I John Leighton Stuart U S I.\ I-f.-n.ijnt. \ ..u. ..m..l. .I.h ..r u--c ..r- h..r.\' ..
--: ambassador to China. URIII41.: .' PI HI 14 I MIX I ....t ,fI-.! _.".-r''i'..r-'i f.. i-u 'timt'
!general rule include developments in the It is: quite a habit with so-called leaders : T" 0'P I ii- ' .1. iilafuiim- hi. 5.
field of ary. born in China (of I .000d. happ &E'-n; .. ..;,: ,' -.t ;:,, . : .. .. ;;:, The cx-Cil' of our tows taterAfter the -feed- the ...''&Dds (YIn
.. foreign and major changes to tell the world that its people are on can missionqurv 0115510:1-1) l lyears :_t, .. ." 5I.u'rPitIml'urh. th- S'tafaI' IM.Vi V .'I"KIOKTHSII tamed their wiTts the other took col .
in the domestic I I 1-onisyITsala '..\ "r.. .|--...-..J. Ia'.f -.. .1 I night their wives OB at a game 4>f 1) yc
': : economic situation. Undoubtedly the eve of destruction. This is difficult to ago i Vi.u are her-I.) r.uf.Ii'e'I. is a.- i'.uuiitp. t.. ,1M- ....."", .J .011<.. ..f at gee fIf their "fttdi rf 11.l'2al1... aad later they played "!.- .
these factors Vice Admiral Earle pear to the. Roll of ( ...toI .lI.t for Jfoorun,\ s lrt.!.t. wnl,.n ., burger sandwiches and
0 exert considerable endorse because the people of the world I chief of the Bureau of Ships ,iii-r.s Iii t"e jO-i- -tl. .ouew ne: rifjlit *" alnar' .i..nth- fr.m th., ice coldtwer. VatKtBThe party broke up 1
. : influence the voters I ''r' b,-f..r.- the iw-lfih .a ..f time .r tl1- lire- ati.n ..( ih (The girls had hinted thatthey'd round tea with the boys I
upon and what despite wars and troubles) born Little Rock Ark. 52 agreeing( :
are probablvenjoving years; ,V gi' 1"41' .ehrmi.. th,- N"tl'f 10.: It "his. "I'' demon'S eli'i like whit
takes place in these areas i is ago I ttvSks tk-rtiM will In- lakesi a- J.'j: I.. 'In wri;>ns' ;. .n.4 .h..hta' ti.hnte to sec west Clit that it was mighty .Bcre,.fBL. '.t 1
likely to the highest tamlard ot living in D: John C Je> e*. >"" ..f r.-...).... a .i. l H....t affi< a ekes thtir husbands got together!)
: swing voters from one side to the other. their hi Wright retired assistant Thl- ....*.r iIt.. l.e n*MI..." i addri'f tta lalr..nt. ....1 vh,.11! From where I sit, it', this companionship -
torv. commissioner of Vocational a wek fttr f..or .-.,!>-_..*.. Oek"I Itr "n" t.. l>\ the lint.nt. h- : Being wary the beys provided t ) '"

We live in a great age, with l education, U S. Office of r rI I I'. S'hK..-, wi-i., S stun.. a ace.. t irn'.. ...ik,.. suorsi-). .Md anrb I chicken sandwiches and cake and among young couples '
power Education. born Sapf. published IS tM C'I "it K05-1 I ...,11I or .5t-nsa.. act fil.I today and their moderation m a p'Nt
: Jealousy and envy affect nations, as and machinery: adding to the comfort and in Elkhart Co ....t. Fi.-ri-Ls.. ( ebaill..rd:! i cider-for those wives who might sensible beverage like beer that's
I 1100. 72 years ago I" ,:xi: lSI": .K'.tf. .b.. nib. Iuu.'d at KWiit.. Il-u-tiLt" fbi-. have thcr *: I ,.
well as men and women. convenience of individuals. This process Dr James H Means of Boston da,,, e4 Jun.-. .1. I'. 1 l&4': .*r.l >. ..1 J".... .%. l>. l.*s Ustes. But though they won tr. younger generation iuih "; ft.J .
.. C I"Ltft. (**, '.HKKT )It'KII.I.'.. {, were grateful forte [choice most a .hltioiiii
has been going on for years and is havingan noted physician. born there ...- .' "' ....n.r A. ).mi"-'r..t. <'..m t.-ctaMut.. of the reputation. _
The C3 years ago u-rh ..r .the "ir.,uit ,'. 4Monroe --, all_.... ..f I :.' lan< WHI and wives agreed that haul :j
: presidnetial campaign is underway effect .erywhere. In some areas: it i is < uat>. ."l nrMaItv "'-,.t..r... t "r |liwa4rr' :. jrtb- >urger sandwiches: and beer were
. % .'. .........n.. 504" fJl'.17
. and wi-e i voter ) nn 4a--u--d. !
will a mighty !
UM: a lot of salt more pronounced than sjn others, but it Ancient Romans used hedges I'eSlsl' f..rk. Tt T'5t';; II M-I-- pleaunt cc/mbination. ;''.
between and of myrtle laurel and box <..4. Allan R. Circe.. h. .5 f',T \ I ti i.,, rat_ tf."C
now November. in thE-
continues everyw here. J'aniEDS. Solicitor fvr riaif.jealS : : : :: :

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'@ !.GA.. '\ and Fleming Si*. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS K..v "''':01., Florida
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'r Gay celebrations FREE DELIVERY SERVICE I
14!' helped put -
a period to the school year. All
I.M( around the counUy teeners
.' were partyinq before qetUnq "Goin' Beaching"HAIR -
>a into a serious "makesomemoneythissummer"
.11 bale of
a mind U. HOWLAND
'4 Five hundred of them on Long PREVENT HEADQUARTERS
,.. Island were treated to a shin PRY
taiat diq by the Nassau Daily Re-
1 view Star which I attended PAINFUL for
They ate turkey and saw several .
of their fellow student; SWIM CAP Polaroid
awarded pnzss for spacial talent SUNBURN10
a Some centerpieces for which $1t.5 A-O Cool )'
awards also were qiven. were SKOL35c
tricky First prize went to Me-

t. than Hiqh School which hadcontrived BEAER x 72 TOWEL-INCH 60c ,siliSUfl Glasses''

bitE\' .

J $1)93 25c P OeWATERPRUF "run Eye Shields 49c I

TARTAN59c Nose Guards . .1ScEN'S

t U i and SLIPPERS LADIESSIZES Sun Caps $125

he (Intirt it} t"
on \ $189 NOXEMAstinlan: -
h. 1

iss a school building out I HANDY DRAWSTRING Oil Beach I Pails] 25c
_.,t of paper and plywood Around .
>rsJItS. the top of the building revolved;I 50cNORWICH
.! a sign which qave out news BEACH BAG -
flashes. A take-off electric
Co,.. on Ear
I 25c
.'J siqns operated on newspaper Plugs .
buildings the Methan siqn was I $119
operated by a hand turner.
bb i iiul.ui Loiioii
.. New Orlran vacationing students
,rd find tulle, :skating at the j! 35c TSUNSECT Beach Bag $3.49
; . .
ge. city pal k,,pen>t.c a lot of. Pic Nic Packaae _
teen if th!lt air a re'p.lls.
her run.1 )

) -, '.. j In ItuehesterMann... \'OImll- . 3c FIRST AID FOR
over 13 are enrolling in the baby 32rL; and
.Jt-. "I 1 sitting course given by th4lu.I' SpoonI'mka >iiiian Loli'in
tun-.ige baby sillers who b?oome I mill
aT' of 12 SUNBURN
> M-
lieiblo after SIX \\rtk training ; InC
,. In..t.-I tt ,llt'nt
They learn ail about pitDatingbwliv Spoonor 1'urL it
. I
asg '.. foiiTiula the "buip tcoh _ _ _ _ _
r., nique(', feeding oungsters. dupet'I ; NOXEMA
':,\ ing and.entertaining their young STERNO STOVE50:0M3INE'r"
charges They df tokl not to raid
ng .I the ice box tie the telephonewith
lOa up and 1 CAN HEAT 35' 60(1
idle hatter. or entertain buy

M",1ue friends.If the sitter violates the .lule 50c Coppertone) -

she may lose her "license" And
:('Y... ,
partntma. > find tlurrelxe- Can- lOf UNGUENTINE
MtUi the next time. too. if thtvOVA
of .. the.midnight deadline I INSECT REPELLENTS
I 9 35e 60' $119 -
oatJ.terp, Many teen-tigers who don'thair ARDENASinruf
to work this :summer are
'I signing up for travel mps and 6-12 49c' (:rranrST LILLY
abrciad There I .
1 tours hen.and are
lots of tours One for I 00
r to-,. rugged individualistbos AMERTAN:
I combines a foot trip with a camp
1.:1\01,1,1'. trihk starting in New YOlk and I MOSnUITOZOFF0; TAl.NIC ACID JELLY
; taking in Los Angeles end LakeIxmist
.,"..'! '. Canada, to name a ft\\ I 35' SUTRA $125:

, an slur. .
I' 65eSportsman
13-I Colltge and high tlwx-1 Utneisai NORWICHZEMACOL
able to make mote money
I. than ever befoie Some of them MOSQUITONE
iw13riii .;' make. i n pait urn vacation jobsntote ;
than thug fathers used tattctetva
foe a hard week'wink .
; )t Ih..t.mly. the University of lilinois STICK "rn 60c
: reported that it was unable 1
rug to Jwaid rash ptizes for an ess:!\ -
.I t: All Above Plus Tax
tort i cunte t bicau student, who 'ned \
hen r by rpui NORDEX CREAM
Tau'',s $Ity) ,and $50 cash pints. Tiu- ;
,. t tMtipal
"I. In'h-I
I. s'uhJI'tt f the t--:.iu:i.-
Of"' Thi aft OulintKltt'" Fiih
,nglo'I thinK . SUePESTMASTER

.'t Wax Facts. The Three Suns!j
".\ tf\\jt Wltn An Um u'lld"11h Heat .
acvurditin and oigan h aiHi. -I
guitar..m..., t..IN th. stuiv of loinartttintltr .
.. '. the raindrops ."Ii ade', $150 FLASHLIGHTQ"U7
: ttt Its A" with lJ..iilnIdll,', Jack t j PowdersMEXANA
? )late\ and Billy Williams is good Q"U7
_..- Th.*: waxed their ditU-' 'tis said 0JCc
"' Eve almt>.t unul
td) New Y'a. s :
: .... the zen hour of the recording I
mo tele With B.Uenesi89
Wuotl'C'kt'I" AER 0 S OL
han. Kit) K'l't'r' "tiidy -
1. .-\ ." l-s UautifuH\ne l>\. 30c 60c T
PLA YINGJohnson's
.. J Kay and his gani! The fivenutelavxh
of tht wuuotp'tkei will
inakt \ouhowl Uliol I.awienctand
his onhesti 11\t' out with CARDS
"At The FlyingS'

%_y\u-ta."t'- POKER CHIPS 25cRELBE

T (You may write Vivian Brown 69(1
BOX of 100
J. .
J In cue at this paper about new
elt.t of your own.gang.)
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; 4i 49c MASSAGEShower

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a 1 wtie..w. se sivpi. wwfttr..t Shower Shampoo Combination Spray
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-Gubernatorial j Radar Relays Application ForSightseeing I CLASSIFIED ADS t

Candidates At ; Without Use I II I Senf.

Fla. Boys State i Of Wire Service' (FNS--Application TALLAHASSEE Ha.for. Juno a state 24 InfonnaliuM for the Advertisers

I certificate to sightseeing -
..AT.:. rums c.f.'R aad P" C'TBL..hF.'E
sl'rvin.from Winter Garden 'nt f..r ,1"'lrl. .
ORLANDO June 23 (FNS- T' PI I r'actm ad..mIS.
(FNS) WNDB-FMt Daytona and Orlando to the principaltourist rnrnf- is rn.arfa r.i) .a ad--. fiat
Another gubernatorial (campaign Beach's station operated bv theNewsJournalL Xdr-rli-.omi nt' under lhi. brail r..It..I.r .I..rtll..r wiib IM.r! Ole.
attractions of the state ThOmren at ... hove their .
Will M mwrltd In 'ntii max adverU*
gut underway this week as Boys and five other FMstations was made by J. T. Ellis at a public I tho rate "f f a w"rl forarh mcnt.-5.w.d.I .
last ,ts.rtiv, I.ul tI.P minimum ""harC. f..? Pl RU"'T.U tri:tut.isir
State candidates active in joined
began an hearing in Orlando June 22. .... ..
The r.r"l to w..rd. .r h.v is + To i '''lIre au.n. r p. "'lIet
drive to elect a boy Governor. I I Saturday in experimental statewide i Chairman Jerry W. Carts of : The rate far .Iachfa.r u_ is a.a t.. .ft Th. 11I".n .floe t ef.e. 11
network consisting entirelyof I, Railroad and Public I ....rd. and ,t!.. minimum charge tvT I.ito..-k In tbr morning of tbe daF
Leading: the field apparently radio relays between the stations 1. the Florida Commission, befoicwhom tile first 1* ....rd. i. lies; !...f aMicatlwn. '
is James Grant. Orlando high (! Utilities
i i
without the use of telephone heard
i the application was ]I I
school student inner of thc wires. I t said Ellis had asked to take parties i J An JldT..rl.nlC I. a."I,01 uad.r the foft....,,,!:: ........,"...", to the
American Legion National Oratorical j! The demonstration was for the to Oriental Gardens in Ja<'k- ;: scent ..f .rr..r in a<, ..r".in". iran.i.nor....ntrjit Th- i-.,...n will jb ..
contest This 17->car-old benefit of the annual conventionof ; rep"ni'il.l..r'y 'nr th. tint in.rtt..n In '...If_ ,..rll.'.., a." 'aI
sonville. Sanlando Springs. Ravine '''..'.Y ,' '..rll.I.1Ii f..r .."I, thr a. ttiai ".......nt ..r 1lI1...... incupit-d ,. tie
lad brought fame to his school of I
the Florida Association { Gardens in Palatka. Marine part .r the ad"crtisent.-u( "ere lit. .rr..r or"urll.
his community and his state in ; Broadcasters which opened FrIday -
| Studios in St. Augustine to Miami - - - - - - .- - - - - -
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with 250,000 ;
competition Orlando
open in to Silver Springs to Bok i
young: orators throughout the nation i I The idea of the Florida FM j Tower and Cypress Gardens to I I I i FOR RENTCompletely j ji FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND .

j demonstration was originated by McKee Jungle Gardens south of i I i J COTTAGES
His speech on the Constitution I Arthur H Lynch of Fort Mvcrs. Fort Myerto the Rinding Ma-I i furnished house. Apply -
showed a studious, analytical, inquiring | former editor of Radio Broadcasting -' scum to Rainbow Springs. Wa- rear 914 Hacker Street :' Furnished cottage and apartment
mind and it is doubtful i Apply 1123 Margaret
kulla Springs and to St. Peters jun216txi ,
if any other student candidate i I burg. I Phom- :;"64. jun21-6t

can match him in qualification : .S''i'k. DivorceA {; Charming house for the right

foi the office i i FOR SALE people. Gardens. Telephone 2-bfdroom furnished cottage atl-

i petition seeking a divorcewas I 459R. jun22-5Uc electric kitchen $11000 per

Heart-Research filed yesterday in the offer j jof {i Late model: washing I month. 3-bcdroom furmshol
i Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. i gears and rollers. I'' Two-room house for lent. Ciwn- '! second floor apartment. $<>7iO

Sawyer by Otilia Pairada Vcrre Can be seen at Tony's$63.00'1'I plctely furnished. 718 Baker'sjun24lt per month. Phone IIBS-H,

Program FundWASHINGTON. !, against Eugene Bernard Vcrre.The I' Body Shop 603 Greene Lome. mornings. )un24-6-2x

D. C.. June 2..1+j jFNS I, ;
( ).-Senator Pepper urged Weather : Piesstng Club. Jnnd; business up- Furnished 3 t
apartment. rooms
the Senate Appropi iation< n"n- pOl tunity. 809 Duval Street. and bath. Maid and
janitor The Stutz Hotel. 410 hhnleg
mittce last week to approve a ,I I i jun23-6tx I service linens and utilities I Street has a pulmanctte ap,.
..961.390. for the
of S
cash outlay FORECAST
furnished. Summer rates. Coral : and several
sleeping rooms "
of Duval and
1 start t Lot. 48.\5O. corner
July to
year beginning Kt'Ve t and Virtmtv.: Louisa Streets. Good location Hotel Apartments, opposite cant. Low weekly or m9 r tltlrates ) .
the heart disease research continued mild I Post Office. jun2-29tx I
pro-I ly clotidv. jah22-tf
gram recently voted by 4 part-I for a home or lJ-- ns. Two
tonight and Fiiday ( blocks from city bathing beach.
gycSs. fresh easterly winds 3 apartments available at 411 FOR RENT-ROOMS
Call 25.
Price. $2300.00.
I ISmathl'rs
Pepper and Representative )
Florida Partly cloudy William Street. jun6-12tx :
cD.. Fla.) were sponsorsof jun23-4t
crno('n, tonight and Frid.iv. with j : OVERSEAS HOTEL
the heart disease research leg- 1 few isolated afttrnoon thundershowers Furnished apartment adults. nopets. : 917 Fleming; Street
C ft. In good
which President Truman t Meat display case. i
islation .
I occurring mostly over condition. Reasonable 1500 :I!I Weekly Rates
signed last week.MiimBnnuiiiimminmuiniiuiiniuimuiiiaiiuuroi.. extreme north portion \ Newton Street jun23-Itx 1206 Florida Street. Phone i. $-3.00 to $10.00 without 1Mb

t East Gulf and Jacksonville I! .1003W. jun7-tf $12.00 to $1500 with Bath

I thru Florida straits: Moderate 26-foot commercial fishing boat : I 1,1 jonl-ti .
eat to southeasterly winds south with small skiff and fish pot. Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. I ___
Utilities furnished. Couple only.
I portion occasionally fresh ex- Also complete furnishings for i STORAGE
, 1021 Duval Street |I I trcmc south portion moderate! house. Apply 1-D Porter Place t Apply 915: Windsor Lane.
DEFENSE FORCES i i i southeast to southerly winds after 5 p.m. jun-3tx i junl-tf i Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture
i iminmiiminniiiniiiniuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir I, north portion this afternoon tonight | I I or commercial. Phone 733,.
PROGRAM I I' and Friday. Partly cloudy |I Three rooms of furniture gas !I Furnished two-bedroom apart- I jtm'-u
1500 Alberta
"I I w'ather. i stove, gas refrigerator. 311 i ment.pply _
THURSDAY I Jacksonville Apalachievla: r Whitchead Street. jun22-3tx i Phone G13-J. jun22-tf I HELP WANTED-MALE
No small craft or storm warnings
2.00 P.M. BaoC
Navy Wi\eb. issued !: Blackstone washing m lt'lune"Jth Two-bedroom unfurnished apartment BE A SPECIALIST

9:00 A.M. 5:00 PM.-Sewing Report i! pump, used about four mr nths.Voinadoifan for rent. Furniture for I AVIATION
sale with apartment. Apply
Machine, Typewriter, Writ fan. adjustable In a fast world the way to move
ing Room. Showers. Key West. Fla- June 21. I'JI" on stand wonderfully cool. 1332 Seminary. jtul 2-3tx fast is to learn one of the skills

FRIDAY Observation taken at City Office Motorola radio phonograph and trades demanded by the

2 00 P.M.-Softball for Navy I 8:30 AM.. EST with rc-eoids Phone 1381-J Efficiency apartments couples I future! You have a chance to

Wives at Ba.ivicw Pal k. i Temperaturehighest after 6 or before 9:30 a.m. 37-I only. Paul's Tire Shop. learn . move up fast . anddraw

::()() P.M.-IVcnatal Clay:. Depaitmcnt I yesterday W E. N..L.S. jun22-3lx jun23-4t good pay while you're doing
of Health Instructor. I Lowest In .t night 82 i it! lien,, how. i If you'rea
Mean CB Household articles. 2 trunksmen's Apartment for rent Adults only. I high school graduaV between

9.00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.-Sewing Normal 82 I clothing size 40: radio.f 1021 Packer St. jun23-3tx s 17 and 34 years old you can select -

Machine, T'IJCwnter. Writ PrecipitationTotal electric clock etc. Mrs. Rochon.Overseas I - the specialized.Aviation
ing Room. Showers. : last 24 hours .00 jns. Hotel. jun23-2t\ I Furnished apartment adults .niI > training your prefer.qualify BEFORE
SATURDAY Total this month .r.& ins.Dcficicncv .! pets. Conveniences. $63.00. I you enlist and be sure
1214 Duval Street Phone1003W.
2 00 P.M.-Boxing Tiainmg. this month 2.74 inS. New Elgin 5 h.p. outboard motor. of that training. It's.; available
1:00 I'.M. 6:00 P.M.-Dieting Total this year 1762 ins. Still in crate. Apply rear 1012 jun24-3t i{ to you under the U.s. Air F oiyl

Rooms, Showers for Bothers Excess this year 4.49 ins. I Varcla. upstairjun223ts LANDSCAPINGPower Aviation Career Plan. G'
SUNDAY Relative Humidityat full facts all details at -

10.00 AM.-Communion Breakfast $:30 A.M. Baby crib. Man's new alll.n- nearest U.S. Army &
Whitehat Club U.S. Sub .6' tired bicyele. Electric thnt-1 mow era for rent Whips i Force R.rultmg.Ofl at 23

Base (2nd Sunday). BarometerSea burner hot plate. Apply J-3.\ or reels. Reasonable Ward1low's I t' N.E.. 3rd Street. Miami Fla,

1:00 P.M. Picnic. Swimming I ( Level) 8:30 A.M. J Fort Taylor, Phone 1503-R_ Landscaping Co Phone J-2-jun21-6tt
30.10 in1019.3 ml*.. jun22-3tx 7.&-W. jwn24-6t
Pool Wiener Roast (:sign up i
in advance). Tomorrow's Almanac ; I \Canted-Exprt t ope:rater for b'oH-
Information services, housing Sunrise 5.39 a.m.I 100 Pullets starting to Uy. Sell FOR SALE OR LEASE I I dozer and Hy.-tawar dragline

Sunset 7'19 pm.Mwnrisc all for part Cheap. 724 Olivia attachment, experienced in road
city maps.Religious literature, library. 10-45: Street Phone 515-R j Tip Top Bakery and adjoining J. building and land clearing. Apply
9:0. a.m.I I' home with two apartment!<. full details
telephones, stamps, wrapping anr1 jun !-3txBungalow. : I by letter giving
Bakery doing a nice business..1 and salary to John Tiijsos,
mailing packages railway express -
915 Eaton Street. Phone 895-R
TIDES small store building j, Ramrod Key. jun23-3t
service, laundry pick-up-
available to all defense Tomorrow, and lime grove on four nice I
and their families. (Naval Bas) lots size 50' x 120' each in good, HELP WANTED
MRS. E. S. force-I Eastern Standard Time) section This can be bought on 1 Duval street location M'n'anAm Equippedfor I MALE OR FEMALE
soda fountain -
Executive Secretary High Low easy terms. Johnson & John
MISS HILDA CASTILLO i 12:17 am. 5.13 a m. i son. Phone 372. junl-tf t ple room living m j Honest and reliable man or wo-
Secretary 11:47 p.m 655 pm. I rear. Leaving town. Telephone I man to make house to house
!I 500 sheets. 8'z x 11. white news j ji 9150. 222 Duval. jun24-2t I contacts for our studio. Etarts

jWHiiwiiiniiiiiimiiwimiimwiumiiimiiiiimiiiiu.What's I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA print. 25<. Artman Press, Cttii.rn' j 509 Southard Street. .
Reference Station: Key West y Building Phone 51.>> i jun21tfGentk111t'ft
Doing Time of; Height of jun7-15t I '
1936 Chevrolet pick-up truck j
StationTid. |high water I, or ladies: Clean cut
at the factory bUilt. C; x>d: running j
Bahia Honda Wrapping paper of various sizes good appearance for top notch
ARMED SERVICES (bridge) -Oh 10m 0.0 ft.No Artman Press Phone 51. condition. Can be seen atj t paying work direct j-cUinS-
Y. I.C.A. Name Key Monroe Motors Paint Shop or] Full training to every employe.
__ jun21-71)I at 1404 Leon Street after 6:00, Earn while learning. Write
Jackson Square. Whitehead (cast end) +2h 20m
white P.M. jun23-3Uj Cox 1193. c/o Citizen.
and Southard Streets Boca Chica White outside paint ens-I,
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m iml. $2.75 per gal. 5' D.D.T. ,uO:1-3t
l1RUN httiitllhUlfiliss11111ffullulltllfllllll11111111l'Thursday Caldes Channel Fly-go. 29o oer qt. Doherty ff i 1937 Packard SIX for-dor St-dan.I'

(north end) +2h 10m +1.4 ft. Co. &46 Olivia, (01' Packer. Good mechanical HELP WANTED-FEMALE
"'I $255.00. Can be seen at Tony's
I Phone 1597.
9:00 P. M.-Dance. John Pritch- cOo I r
Auto Body Shop.
ard and Ills Oichectra. NOTE: I Du1 enjoy having rtliinry'
Friaay (-)-Minus sign: Corrections<; New Majestic wire-recorder radiophonocraph. jtnC3-6t II I Then you will enjoy fully Ute
8:30 P. I.BI'iagt.Pinochle and to be subtracted. '' table model. Call II I money you can make as a part-

Movies. (+)-Plus sign: Corrections tlJi] 1I39W. junlS- tx == I time Av(>n Representative. ,
be added Pleasant friendly work ftsgood
8:00 Saturday Bendix home Laundry. 1913 Ford. 4-door ....... a1Ali For interview wntcstatins
P. M.
-Movies. (h)-Hour, I pric- $1-1 pay.
10:1.: P.M.Juke Box Dancing on (m)-:Minute I 300. plus six notes the patio. I (fU-reet. I ma nt 1012 Division '" Meyers. Gift Catmlrr. La ;' er. P.O. Ibex 1101. West PaknDeach.

Sunday -- jun9-Ctx I Concha Ilotvl. JXH2I-1U I F1oi Ida. jun 4-121

9:45 Java Club discus- i FOR SALE
sion Group. I r WANTED TO BUY i Young lady .ige 23 to 39. permanent -

11:00 A. M._"Go to CHURCH r Gibson FngHiairc. -n.bM-.rt. in .I I 1-- n.- It'nt. for Telephone
Parties.: i I good condition Will M-ll for Wanted. Cut Han'-Will pay 1 to 1335 ChevrwM. 713': Eaton St.' Company Business UffN-r- Typ-

3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour selections -, $12300. 2S35 StapltAvenue. 1 I 9 dull.nP'r (It'I)(':. dt-pt-ndtng jun243txFOR tog and a ililto meet the
announced. I Ilwm- 1581-H. Jun21-3tx''!I tin length color and condition j SALE I pubiic esM-ntul. S 9:00 P. M.Fellowship Hour on ,; of hair. Send full length sam Southern DHI TH. &
the Patio. Community Sing- -- I ple. Leek Box 105. Key we..t'j,, tiashing machint$30.OO_ w! Ti-l otnpany. 53O S..uthllrl
I One 15-fool I\nan, 22 h.p. John-i L
ing. Beatrice Moreno at the1Piano. Fla. jun216txMISCELLANEOUS Duval Stivet. juii21 3t.\ jun23-tf
won outbiMrd and IraiU-r. Inquire __ __ ---- -- --- -- .-- .- -_ Sliest _ _
10:00 P. M. Ky We>t c.litt'ard.. 1 - - --
-Coffee Hour. i '
G. S. O. meeting; 'Girls' Service ; jun24-tf !j I TilE I II
Organization), every 2nd - - Washers, irons, vacuums and
and 4th Monday. ;' adInrvclc.. balloon tires ---I i fans repaired. O'Eriact, Phone'
West I.I I.
Game Room: Chinese Checkers. ket. etc Otic"hi7ci' motoi' 1164-M. )unltti I Key Covering
chess cards, ping-pong, Pool I bike, mew pitint. rtiriPtmfrtnl- --------- ,
writing desks, ers. ova i-sized seat steel cabled I DUVAL STREET PHONE U.S4
library current 1 Floor sanding d"f)(' l" c.'J\.f'l'I'b 132
magazines, various table games' Phone "t-J. I. Free estimates given I' ioni t j //.M Just Iti-fit .Ilflloinferl I
etc. jun21-3t\ 163. or call at 701 Caroline St i
Showers. tennis rackets golf - --- jun5tf'Caroline i Exclusive Distributor in heyVcst I

clubs fishing lines, cameras, I Motor Bike lights rowtiters.. j

checking service film service I *pfe mailing and ( ."':. $100.00.
wrapping packages C20 Georgia will remain open. through June

stamps receiving, railway messages express phone service booths. Street_ jun24-M\ "iiiexpcnsive ith increasing cottons; Mink tone .4.lipeov-new. i I ASPHALT TILE I Il
available to SERVICE PERSONNEL GARDEN SUPPLIESAmerican ers and drapcnes- From 10 to I, I I11lchillillg

Leslcigh DavisDirector. radio warbler rcwnt- *Saturday daily. except afternoons.Thursday and : l Makers of the Finest Blended Colors,

Gerald Pindcr-Program 1j i- ings. Teach your birds nvw ,I unUJ.1 I IFor White Blue &IwryCALL
rector. songs Key West Garden and :

Lillian Weaker-S.i-retary. I Lawn Supply Co.. 914 Fleming- !
adoption: KltCft1S.lsH Mai I
Doreen Cruz Information I;I, Key West goldfish headquarter tte kittt-n 2335 Staples Ate US for FREE ESTIMATEI
Desk Aide. ::
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I t : BENNY'S i TROPICAL TRADER I WHERE TO BUY IT'?"" s sad certain there product U t*doubt buy or U as service to where U .....THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU 'w.

.: Motor Court :\ ........ ......... .............................................

: Ownership of 909 Siiiumtoii-Management Si. :, .:: Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : If I\t la JLUUIilal:: | WE W E REPAIR SELL iTI ITI!I ; : I; POOR' OLD CRAIG :. -1;NTS--.-
. FERNANOEZ. Plenty of Action Toys for the Children .. We Will Call For and Deliver .
,: Serving . : ; SEE OUR ; ; WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station(
_ "BREAKFAST. 8 : Electrical 30 Years' Experience Electrical Work ; :
. Jo 11 SHOWING of Appliances J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 1M

, : .LUNCHEON.DINNER 5 to 11:30 8:30 to 2 "....%..................-a.: ............. J..l.C.G.1211 Duval Street .. Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. : Francis: and Division Streets .:
1 1I The Best :"."..........................................: ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41i : 701 DUVAL STREET S Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :
of SteaksShort :
Orden-Sanc5w.ches.: : : HOME 1\ SUNDRY STORE i :........ ................................... 822 SIMONTON- STREET _......Tour.....PURE... OIL..and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"............:
At All Hours ; ...................... ...................... Dry Cleaning; : e................0...........................aa.
; Frozen. S
Try Our : "Ycur Invited" ; : PRITCHARD 1 : :: RUSSELL : and Pressing24HOUR ) :
I Open Daily and Sun-lay, Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine FUNERAL jjHOME Free Pick-Up and -NOW AVAILABLE
8 A.M. to MidnightFURNITURE : :. Delivery Service ; -- .
........................ .. Sick Koorn Supplies School Supplies DRY GOODS : SUITS for MEN O Ifitd(:.leaning O tlejtairitif;aid Flushing :

:..........Toilet......Preparations..J..........and....Article......a.........; : jjLet 1106 OLIVIA STREET : and WOMEN ; TONY'S AUTO AND .: .. IE i

...................... ................ PHONE 373 Madc-lo-Mra I :. ; 5 EODY SHOP
... ............................ : Those Scree :J JIt'ho :. PHONE: 282LOPEZ : 1
: G 0 M E Z : MUMFORD l { and ROSS :: berie Itest J J Specializing :S .......................- :...........603-05..............STREET...................; ,

.: : 220 DUVAL STREET a: WE HAVE NEVER:: : J in ..a.................... !...........................5.............55., -, ,
: CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributors forCarrier : : BETRAYED A TRUST- I / :, : : : I t,
JAniliiilaiiri J vllelc s and too CAROLYN 1 SB&H jt
: WE NEVER; WILL : I : : .. _
S 720 DUVAL STREETJiueiiile ; : '5 l
: Air-Conditioning : : : Overseas Hotel 319 Fleming St.
FurnitureHOliSKIlOIJ ; Service J ". Children'sApparel ., t I I lor
..: : ( : () () : for Domestic suit Commercial Use aFi 5,10 : : : : ,(. DONALD BARBER : .
J33 Telephone : Funeral ServiceEstablished .. We In
PHONES : Specialize
: Plastic Inlaid 1111 I1T"1 tl';; ..."..........................-.............9150.......: Never Sleeps : = : : 1885 : Scalp( Treatment!' Hair Dyeing .11.I ..

:.. Axminster BroadfoltRADIOS Con leum ; ..........................a.a.\................. ,......................: .,..................... .. .. Phone 175 ALL TYPFor IIKf.KM? .Ct-KTI. ,
Electric .............................................I : Licensed Funeral i.---r":ItsA\T...NAE............. ...:
: : :
: andAppliances UftTPOIUT Ranges : .: Directors and ...................................:.":,.......,
:' Refrigerators. Disposals: and Electrical Appliances : : Emhalmers21Honr : STRIA'S BEAUTY NOOKS {tom A :

: ""Terms Arranged" .: 1Ca.-hin" M.u-Iiiiies for Immediate Dclhery : LicensedPAINTING S: : Sclen.tal Beauty Culture :
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M S .. *S in AH Branches .T'.... :
: MON. and SAT. HOME APPLIANCE J ; ' : : Ambulance *, Thoroughly Experienced i 2- I :

;...................,5 : COS SIMONTON STHEET PHONE 11 Contractor t t Service :, J Operators ) .
.................a..a.......... : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : ;: J Sett Water US"K| Exclusively :

..................... ....................,............................ : Telephone! S127 114 Dural Street. Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 696 I Phone 637 536 Fleming, St. \.1 :
: : S ............................................. :..................... :......................... .................:
: West ..eeee.e*.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. :. ..............................................
PRICE TOURS : Key Garden & Lawn Supply I i : :tfhrn l fill Hani I'\Sl En., BETTER.NU............... : Former (Uitomcrs, Friends and the Public [m"did ;

i : 914 EM PHONE 1019 : FLOOR SANDING i : : Frances Beauty Salon :
Full] .
: Representatives : | ( Line( : On OW or Kew noors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : : : Frames Fa'k. O>vtvr : .

: fotFLORIDA .. :; Full, GARDEN{; : 1 SUPPLY Line I: (wttaranlrrd WilT Modern Ulcthoil :' :. : ; Ueanly 1010 Culture GRINNELL in all STREET its Phases .:... r.0

: EAST S Courteous Service and Delirery&nc JUUI"I) L(\S TREVOR1H29 t : : CONCH SHELLS Treatments :

: COAST RAILWAY '............................... ..................: Harris Avenue Phone 1374-K : : AU SicesCOCOANUTS / Facials Permanents Shampoo Scalp- Manicuring :

................................................. :............a.a..a......a.a..............:. For Appointment Phone 1391 ..
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I S DR. COBO'S ,. on dwellings.20% Fire Insurance : Landscaping! 1 Marl and Top Soil ,. SPONGES .l\\i.I.I; ;!: ;;;;t:; 13H( .r'*
OFFICE ru rc a n t 11. (}) Duy..1 Street
by INSURING withAtlantic ..
: bldgs house. TOP SOTL..6.5C PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK ; --
FLEMING STREET : bold and per. Mutual : t.ARL HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDS : Win Ship Jo Any Port : CAYO HUE50 BEAUTY SALON .- ;
t Fire Insurance Co.
Rev of La Concha HoUl sepal effects.: Also Lots Ctrared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : of US. or Canada Southernmost House in the U.s.A.
: All Policies Non-Auesanbl. : : ; . ;
Save 15> on ,
g Featuring
e S. Palacio I ,
PHONE 124 Marcy
!Ii .....................: Mercantile Stock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 ,1"i'17 &. E'C ol 10..1 Olivia ct. ( 9 Spot+I I Hh..m;: Marl.FA'

................................................. .....3....VV....................PHONE........801......i :. KEY 401 WEST.Smith. FLORIDA Street : 1.{d 4 f (:\lC''I"'lIic''cnllllc'I Ir ,1 Ill 1 J1a.---f 1f1-: } F.h/l.fs'IIrllou) ) .. ,

.. t. ..................... ... "E&BTcYSESSF'I lsEP{ FF.. .'lFl .55555555.eeeeeejeee 5555555555S55......... '::::\::::::.a5a.a:::::::::::::::.:::..;:.Natural ::.

; Ride the Bus to the ; :: REAL ESTATE : Main Tinting :
or Finest
Phone 1013 Open Daily and Sunday :
622 Fleming St. R. M. e Sales in Permanent
Motor Scooters >> I. to 1 A.M. ; .rx S -s- Waves . .
Cusliman l5&R'vm'; : Appraisali

. Sales and Service Immediate Delivery COMPLETE Dinners : Leases : Beauty
'. a BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches . Rentals k,

.' Scats Rental Service ,; ..........s...REASONABLE............PRICES...c...............: Management Colony
..t TAKE ., O Buddy ....e..a.. .............................. t Improved and Vacant s 521 Southard ,
BUS f : ;; Properties la Key Westand ., StreetNext .
Parking Flags !:
NO I 4 URANCE , Monroe County : Icri: aJ to Southernmost ;
'S :. to the did !(::1 ': Windshields i .t... r : J. OTTO :. Beauty ,
1IhIK S O Footrests All Licensed
n' : .. ) and ALL OTHER COMPLETE: COVERAGE JI BeauticiansSpecioizinq I

: Have Fun!' :: :: _1ko DAYTON BICYCLES and S. I Key West t I Insurance (O. i iSIS : 919 411 Whitehead Fleming Street Street : : ( + ( Modern inMost

..: : KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : :: STEELCOTE HI'RISER' ENAMEL a. SIMONTON STREET PHONE IJ71 : : Phones 124 and 73S-R : + Phase of ;
........ ........................................ Directly> Front of Postoffice ,, ., Beauty Culture
............. : ......... in
............................................... .....................'-..a...................*....*.* .....................i .. .. .Telephone ee.... ..SEHABLAESPANOL 2Of, for \ppoinlni-iit.........

)' 1.................a..\1 ICY"LES I REPAIRED 1 .5..5.5..55.55.5555. _....................; ............................................. ..

i Experience 24 HOURS i in Watchmaking SERVICE ;, :, FOR SALE FOR Alt.RENT :. [ S'iCAUTI =Y""l E INSURANCEOFFICE : .: Good Work-Low Prices ;:

..: : qualifies us to assure: . Our Customers Must B. S Your Entire House with : : Daily between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 1.. ....
you accuracy: and dependability , ; : PJ1-Appointments are accepted h :. .---. .
in repairs. Satisfied I J1'J\ ; I. / .. ,,..'...:t, .\ aa;
: Whetheritistheinex- ; ; 9..0DIVISIONST.PHONCI380 : ''''
pensire seven jewel or : ; TheSouthernmost \ T !ZJ
it: : the most costly: seventeen : OVERSEAS CYCLE: STORE or ASPHALT TILE j : Opposite Bus Station \. ." ,

: jeweL infinite care is always , ............:................................ I School -
guaranteed. a ..... "55 ; EXPERTLY INSTALLED :
Phone No. of Culture V
If your watch is not . "DRUM"BAR"and" 'ILLEPIIONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE II 1 Beauty
giving you complete sat- e --. : : 523 Soulliard Street j)
isfaction. why not bring : I K l
it in? Our charges are extremely : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT eyes t j: : -THEPorter There are a number available with ever: 8f,0 hours :.
reasonable. : of state approved instruction who know the latt'st.
: 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 8112 t AllenCompany : phases in beauty culture. Thesestud- n! l"autlclaDS.
DAN VAROLL. -We Deliver"O Floor t C . , under expert supervision of a licensed trachr-r of ;;;
WATCH and JEWELRY : Befit Drinks and Coldest Beer in TownREPAIRING : ; Covering o. :. S beauty culture do good work at very hw prices. Although ..
: : : appointments are not required it is advisable..
9 Packaged Goods 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORITA For Appointment :
Work Done On Premises .:............................................. .,............*.5555555555.....................e. ::...................... ; 523 SOUTHARD ST., or Stop PHONE at ? :
:i..r il.e.I:j..Fleming._.._._. ..Slrrrl.....51; :...............a.. ..........................: .............................................

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I : FA N S 5u"lo, $ 900 If'hen You Can Buy ,'. Less .J..O..H 4T't :
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.. Whew You: Go .. ; and II'ffY As f Yon If'ear or I-:4e.I : \ :

: Food ShoppingBe : cC.ISII or TKISMS 'fit; .. : TVIIi'iV'C i P 41VTC j' Regular *12-95 Values $10.95 : :oJ : .:
..... Sure to Get . s !llM 1> O i All J.O Regular $10.35 Values! $7.35 : :
; The Fff%,te.t : .. : P l U M B N G' :
: : ladies COAT SUITS IIALF.PRICK: : : ; I

..: dIottJ t n : A Radio\ RepairSKKH.r : : I-slit.; DRESSES) "frrirel-WIIITE. Greatly DRESSES KrduredJust Irratallatiurrv anr! ""1'';''

: .. : I( I: i in >< 'I-I I ioriua: : ;
ENRICHEC BREADTh I 1.1 .Couch Covers Linens Curtains Plastic Table Clolhs ALL WORK GUARANTEED .
V::; It 1 1. See Beautiful wcw I/ipjc-t.c; End- : and Aprons e Silverware eRadios .Electric: Irons .
Foundation of Today* : ; t -...: .- t... Table Radio,Phonograph: at. "Convenient Terms Arranged"! : 1 IHII: :: i>Tni\Ti 1 .> ON Kr.ijir.sTS ": : ;
\ ; fall I s and lie **afi/ied :
Alta Planning :Id Al's Music Co. CO.
RALPH FARALDO FHorrc s Hays .. TELEPHONE; 1312 .. \ Phones 781 and 229-W
The Latest
522 Southard
: 1a.ywaatAfat; ZMeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : HIT J 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St. : 312 I M.\I'r..\I'"r.: S TKILT: : I eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee RECORDS ...PHONE....:....1031.............I :.....................a.....aa..a..aa......... .SSS5S..S....................:..........-.....5 ,

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!i\ THURSDAY:JUNE 24. 1943 i iiriu. t.


PAGE SIX 1'01: si////? ..
''als on trial change plea to gUilty Cottrell i J.
r TOIMY : Betty
One-Minule\ t i! get into prision before first.
''to Sour
Yanks Defeat Indians; How They Stand: 1 i (Know America: ) 1933-Presiden* Roosevelt appeals Heads Dept.!

: SPORTS QUIZ 1234-The U S. Governmentt to Southern cotton growersto I 'It she reaDy as soar as she
i:, I. : begins the building of the famous reduce cotton crops. A' 1 I.ks"- .
Paul :
Athletics Take Browns Florida..InternationalBaseball national highway to the west-\ j 1940-France signs separate During the absen. 01 Cnv R'-{"- : Sour" Say u the were to lookup t
.f he
the number of with Nazi Germany. burv director shed
League I. What was the CuBiberdand Road ; armistice wnh into the sky at night
Ruth's Yankee un form1' Roosevelt 'rea ion Department ;
Babe President Way.Subscnne
1941- : the Milky
Club- W L. Pet 1844-The Oregon Colony enacts* Betti- | curdle

1SEW YORK WINS, 5-1,, ,. Havana 51 25 .671 championship 2. Who won recently golfs U.* S. Open historic prohibition law. :;sia promises attacked all possible by' Germans.aid to. Rus- I,I, gonto trell has been named to temporal idirector i to The Citizen: ;

I ; Tampa . 48 23 .63:! : 18o2-Frist national agncul return of the division :
1943-5.000 coal miners :
ROM CLEVELAND 12 Games 3. What horse aid Jockey Ed rr'fi
; TonightAt .en
41 33 .519 Washington . Ilhlisn _
Petersburg tural convention in t
: St. the best \\v' opens to work1945Americans _- -_ _- ! -U -
die Arcaro say was I
; Lakeland _. - 39 39 .500 D C.186Lee mop up on ;
PHILDELPIILDE- : Miami Beach _ _._, 36 42 462 had ever ridden Okinawa : rr
BayviePark the Potomac, 7
\\tstPulmBeach 35 43 ..449.I 4. In what sport n Guy Lorvbardo crosses : 1946-Fred M Vinson takes
FEATS 121NEW the North
ST. LOUIS, causing gnat alarm in
I 33 43 .434 famous .
Miami : oath as Chief Justice: of the U S ;
ell, T.. A..arialee ......... [ Two Barnes were scheduled foi Fort Lauderdale 26 51 .338 5. In what sport did ElI '\' .: 1898-(50( years ago) Amen :: Supreme Court \ .

YORK June 24-New i I'tonight at Bayview Park in the Vines first star* cans advance to the battle of San I 1947-Coal I miners lead in BNt( iPII"!
York back Softball Juan-war with Spain Lieut walkouts protesting TufUHartlev :
Yankees came right leagues. '1 Island City Baseball League f'ii.
THE ANSWERS Cal Theodore ROtJSe'oodfs RoughRiders law veto Gen Eisenhower .1- !II ; ; ,
last night and walloped the ; In the first game the Subron ., Club- W.. L. Pet unsuitable .
Cleveland Indians by a score of Four will play the Bob's Sport Gilmore 4 0 1.000 1. No. 3. for walk horses as ground cepts presidency of Columbia 4"i It* .-. I

I 5 to 1 Lopat allowed the Indians Shop. Bob's will use Roberts in Bombers 3 2 .600 2. Bin H<>!*.an. UriversityAnts . .$"1 .
I only six hits. I 1320: -In anticipation of strict : q.<"'. 4 f''o : :
the box and Walker catching 2 3 .400 .
Dairy .
Adams 3. Citation! seldom -
In the only other night contest c' parole law; effective the first : although anno>mg ,
played Wednesday the Philadelphia .' The Sub boys will start ONeil Scorpions 0I 000 4 Speedboat rretng. of the Inf>nth. New York criminr..ryrvr.yrnrrrrrr.r.- cause any injury to plants.r.r.r.rrs.rrwrrtrrnrmr. . ) j. .
with Temple as his battery mate. :
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Athletics trounced the St. : ----- -- ---
5. --- --- "
I In the nightcap the VXI will i I .. Y.c
,\ Louis Browns 12-1 Washington play the Naval Hospital and this ;1 Major\ Baseball Leagues j .. :._,, rs
Senators beat the Detroit Tigers, to both dubs ,' Use lime juice for a frosting .. ,.,', < .
; 2-1, yesterday game means : AMERICAN for a white\ cake: cream the batter : : .. .
I I the leadersif
; Phillies VXI will catch up : with the sifitiiconlettioners .1 r : .
Philadelphia won over and Naval Hospitalwill aub- W. L. Pet or margarine / 0 1
.they win
'| the Cincinnati Reds last night, 3- get closer to the Flyers if Cleveland 35 20 636 sugar and moisten ; = " :; + ''- r
2. Other National League games! New York 34 24 .586 with the lime JUK- '. Tint the '
were postponed because of rain. they win. Philadelphia 3> 26 .574 muting a dilicate green with : a
f It is expcted that Henson will .4 SEARS
The scores: I II I pitch for the Flyers. He has held Boston 23 26 .519 Food coloring if desired Down Go Prices during J ..

AMERICAN LEAGUE I I I the hospital boys to one hit in Detroit -- 23 30 4GT: : Sears Midsummer Sale! .
Night Game ,' and Martin fresh Washington 27 32 .458 J a
two games .
22 34 .3')] : MD.costs I ... II
R.i1.E. from winning over the Elks will S l. Louis lower .t. : ...
New York ._ 590. be in there for the orderhe' Chicago .17 34 .333 BROADWAYCIGAR You can your living .

I Cleveland 1 6 Q'' NATIONAL by buying at the .> b'lIAA'L :
t Tipti.ii.I.ipat and Birra; Clack and I' Softball Leagues '! Club- V/ L. Pet STORE reduced prices in Sears SUMMER : .

Midsummer Sale Book.
Class "A" : Boston 34 24 jaG; ,

I Came I I Club- W. L. PetBob' Pittsburgh 32 24 .5,1 61U lu\al Sire'tCOMPLETE It's packed: with bargains : a s'V'ourrtfw.r onU Tl,....;.'rv,trr tripe .
Night 14 1 .933 St. Louis 32: 2j: .561 for and family. SALE .
Sport Shop you your .
1 R.H.E. r . .,
:527 f fi1I
Vets of Foreign Wars 9 B 603 New York 29 26 I to pa} hills hrr nh.hut'v'ntiun( <- :t'; r

St.Philadelphia Louis __ .1214 1 6 1.L; Adams Dairy _ 5 10 .333 Philadelphia 23 32 .467 I Come i in and see it- to th hank to m ikr tlf |...vits* \\' pro'?l l' th'' f"rms .
24 29 .453
SubRon 4 2 13 13S l' BASEBALLSCORES' II
{ Fowler and Franks; Cincinnati i 23 35 .426 TODAY Catalog for <|Uirk. tact. holing This anir] < i" a1..01'1'11 1 -- !
Class BChid 1I!!
Shore Gnhiavser and Fannin'j I 2J U: .4 II
I Chicago:
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fitful tK.Ij'
W. L. Pet :lilt to tlUntt ao'n.unt" Git tin i
Elks Club 9 5 638 .
RUE. Kentor's Men's Shop 76 .571 KILL ATHLETES FOOT I LORID! \ NATION' n \Na fr1.
Washington VX-1 Flyers 6 3 .429 POPULAR BRANDS of 1'IlE
162 . Key !fe f 11 .
Detroit Naval Hospital 5 9 .357:,( Cardner's Pharmacy ,I I 1>
Masteraon Harrist. Fcmck I I,I llClaTILE ri KAStiN, Thr. "fc, .nn Cigars and Cold .. Member of the Fedcraj; Oeoottlnsuraace Corporation .
and Early: Trout and II grows'Ieepiy'l | \oil must n.'I'
t. Thompson .
I The ins, found in most partsof to Kill il. Th:-'>U i. CORNER of SIMONTON YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANK V'
Wagnir the world, became the symbol '- p.r<-..nt alrtihul. .PKM..TI.: I .\TI::-. Soft Drinks and FLEMING STREETS PHONE 1560-TODAY .
it i.akin' I
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Cincinnati 270 I ON FRONT AHb REAR SCATS
Roberts and St-mmick: Hughes. W sr
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City Recreation I 'aw 'lase t' ftyrlriBf, I') . flr', J

Program 1

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Baniew Park.[ Night if

First Game-Bob's Sport ShopVs.

SubRon 4, 1 I r
Second Game-VX-1 vs. Naval 0 :' f

Hospital. .. THE LONGER, e "
First Game-VFW \,5. Adams
Dairy. v -
Second Game-Elks Club vs.

MONDAY-First Kantor's Game-Men's VX-1 Shop.vs Kantor'.s .'

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}.!en'li. SubRon Shop.Second Game.4.-Adanu Dairyvs. 7Ae a11'; r 81' "HrORA BOTH COftOM FRONT" SFR WffEflS NGS .r ;1- wT .

JUNE 29-
First Game-Naval Hospital vs. AT REAR.
Elks Club. LOOKS liKE A LUXURY CAC' [g
Second Game-Bob's Sport THE SMARTEST THING v C5 '
JULY 2First "
Game-Elks Club vs. AND FITTINGS"! / ; TOW LOVE TO TOUCH'

Game-SubRon 4 vs


First Game-SubRon 4 \s Bob's

Sport Shop.. ,,
Second Game Kantor's Mens
Shop \,'J. Naval Hospital
JULY G- +"r
First VFW Game-Adams Dairy vs.I

I Second Game VV.1 vs. Elks

Club. .

I First Game-VFW vs. Bob's

,, Spot Shop. I
Second Game Kantor's Men's

Shop vs. VX-l.
July 9First
Game-SubRon 4 vs. I a.Z .

Adams Dairy. 1 = I i iCa -
Second Game lks Club vs. F
Naval Hospital.
(NOTE-All managers take notice .
: All games will be played
as scheduled and no changes

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Bayyicw Park. Afternoon .
and Morning i.t..

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Bayvtcw' Park. Afternoon THE LUGGAGE c FORD DEALER

Daily play. BACK SEATS

Park. Night s
Bayview -C
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FRIDAY w r$: Mr Y. NOW!

7:00 to 9:00: P.M.BASEBALL. the N .


Municipal Stadium. Afternoon .... e
be announced. .t

Army Barracks. Afternoon In our tore 1
Fin; Game Scorpions \.c;
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_Miss Lilia Fernand Miss Sanchez And]: 'included In the 'Senate version I'Party Last Night V command cf the Key West -
II Congressman George Smathers jof the hilL.This the Senate comp val Station. There were 55 t '

Bride Of Daniel Gabriel Lnjan; ,C. M. Wallace Wed I 'I"mittee agreed to to do. The next I For Capt. FarrellA : sere tails present and dinner at the wen part ser.". C :: 38

problem was set the House : .heat
Miss of Franscisco Lilia Fernandez daughter groom, was best man. The ushers II ere Wednesday !I II: Gives Detailed'Story About I>I members who had originally welcoming party was given I ..
Mrs. Virginia Fernandez and were Emile Roberts and Leroy | I I {vetoed the matter to change!; by the officers of Key West Na- Tour Grocer SELLS That G4i
Sierra of Tampa Sawyer, Jr. j Miss Addie Sanchez daughterof calla;val Station last night for Capt. :
their minds. A long distance t
and Daniel
Gabriel Lujan son The bride's mother chose a Mrs. Mary Sanchez and the I'| 'and Mrs. J. A. Farrell, Jr., USN. ; STAR BRANAMERICAN !
of Mn Arturo Lujan and the Purchasing) County's Airport : from me to Paul Sawyer, County!
yellow suit with which she worea late Manuel Sanchez of Miami : at the officer club at Fi Taylor
late Arturo Lujan of Key West of'I'I I 1 Attorney resulted in a hasty F '
corsage of white carnations and Charles M Wallace, son '-' Sr I. '| Capt Farrell recently assumed"OWat40,50,60 LUrr TS
were married in St. Mary Star of The groom's mother wore a black Mrs. Malvina Wallace and the By CONGRESSMAN i: meeting of the County C pmmis-' and CUBAN
the Sea Catholic Church Sunday lace dress enhanced with a corsage late Howard Wallace were mar- |I I GEORGE SMATHERS ,sion and the passage of a reso- f -Try A Pound Today- ...
at 6 p. m-. by the Rev. Father J << of j ried Wednesday St. !!! I | ?
pink carnations. morning in Jt be conditional and Monroe county
H: Johnson S. J The WASHINGTON, June %4'-1 t lution affirmatively and em- j
ceremonywas The Star of the Sea RomanO
the culmination I Mary
attended by many friends< of was -! t hohc) Church. i i{ Here' the detailed story of how I would reserve certain rights to i iI |I! phatically stating that a sale to j __:.s:.. ._ .
college The t
a romance: the Navy got its appropriation to i I the property. This was not actually Man You're Crazy
and! relatives bride The neuptial mass:; was said by the Navy would be, "without any ( ,
graduated from Florida : the but the ;,; I '
thousand case upon eri i ..
dollars to
toll The church was decorated with .State University. last March Rev. Father J !II Johnson pastor '',Monroe pay sixty County for the DoraChica I i r mucous belief that a reservation : restriction* or retention of any, 'lase'taut.7TOenearrnewt PD''''''iisligtdaer. .W, a'7 M.1'T.. YES, We Have I
basket of gladiolas palms with -a degree in home economics -, of St. Miry's church 'I i Would be made. the SubCommittee i'i i rights whatsover". I advised the i nwdon K TI"'"a
and long: trailing streamers of The The bride attended his airport: of this =...;:. ,.:t.r'i. .. . ;: .:i .tw COLORED TAPES
groom served in the Na- was by At the present time the Navy ;,, turned down the appro- i House Committeemen res- j my Mm-. t stephanotis. Mrs. Ralph Miller vy and is now a.student at Flo- sister Miss Mary Sanchez and thousand bf t,t riation .''olution and they then withdrew At all drag ..;..r...- '
rendered a program of organ rida State University, where he the bride-groom for his attendant is land leasing owned one by Monroe County acres at i'! Last Thursday just two days i I their objections. { KeyM at isrdaer. Charm > and CORDfor
nuptial music. IV-rs Orion Rus. will return in the fall to resume Ernest SaUzar Boca Chica for one dollar a j before, adjournment, prospects j j Therefore in the early Sunday YourVENKTIAN
seA year. I :
Schube-t's \
sang "Ave Mana"The his studies. }| The couple left at noon Wed- The Navy, however, wa0: ; were black as the Navy Department morning, two hours before final .
bride was given in for New York where We Have A Nice Selection : BLINDS
mar- Following the wedding's ceremony nesday City reluctant to its adjournment the sixty thousand .
purchase the 100 acres and reopen ( r
riuge by Judge Anuilon Lopez.,, a reception was held in: they will spend two weeks. On an has been worked I request. In the same appropri- dollar appropriation for the acquisition j of to Match Any Color Scheme!) "
Her dress was an original design''' the home of the grom's siter and 1'1'their return they will be at out agreement with the county that a sale ation bill there were many millions of Boca Chica was approved ;,Used Musical Instruments : At Ao Increase in l'rr
former Duval
by a college classmate. :: I home at 828 street
Miss Zula Raticliff, brother-in-law. Judge and Mrs. would be made to the Navy upon for other Naval projects i PAINTING E 1 1e
and completed :f Aquilino Lopez Jr. The young. the payment of 60000. It was stretching across the Pacific and. It Price Lowest TAPING
by the bride. Elizabethan -!'1,i couple left for a brief honey- Union lllble SchoolAt necessary for the Navy to ask Atlantic, and the Navy did not ; t find Terms R E CORDING
period design
was emphasized 'moon trip after which they will congress to appropirate that want: to jeopardize those projects l PAIRING
in the tight fitted satin bodice':t return to Key West for the summer J i[ Stone Church Is money and a request for that in order to obtain a re-hearing ALBURY and SON e.k.1w. LATEST RECORDINGS ,
with deep lace joke, of' .
long set
However in AU (
J t purpose had been included in on the Boca Chica matter. Specialist PIIONEI KEY WEST
mutton sleeve ending in calla Out of town guests were Mrs. To End On the Second Deficiency Appropri- on Friday night Senator Kinds of Neon Signs
lily points ct the wrist. The long Virginia Sierra, Miss Norma I Friday I 648MNo : I : VENETIAN BLIND COMPAQ
ation BilL Holland Senator Pepper and and Lighting. Stripping THE MUSIC BOX
full skirt of slipper satin ended Gar-I ... .. .. .
cia and Miss Jackie Unfortunately, just two weeks aopeared before the Senate Ap- < << Mllh A.y 123 DUVAL STREET <
m short train. Union Vacation Bible .. .
a Her fingertipveil The r -
Tampa. Miss Pat Madden of ago in a hearing before the three prupriation Committee and urged Hereat r I 726 DuTal Street Phone 9138
was crowned by a Tiaraof Green Bay Wisconsin. Mrs. B. M school at The Old Stone Church, be !iEr l's ... C.SI: MO.Ftr
I members of the Committet on that the $60,000 appropriation .or
seed pearls The which that church and the
bride carried Gonzalez, Mr and Mrs. lIenry'Mendo7a. in Appropriations consisting of
a prayer book topped with a Mrs. J! Gonzalez and Fleming Street Methodist church Congressmen Thomas Scrivner L r _- TkIr
white orchid !Mr\. and Mrs Nestor Morales of have united will) come to a close
e Plumlcy a representativeof
The matron or honor, Mrs. Miami on Friday with the following .-
Y- Aquilino Lopez, Jr., sister of the j l i program: ,i'I; the Navy that Department if the Navv gave paid theimpression
groom, wore a long gown of turquoise 9:30 a. m-Worshio program.
RESIGNATION Monroe for the
'i and matching lace hued j i 10:00-10'45: a mAn exhibition County
nio/f mounted with yellow iris. (Continued From Pace One i I of the work that has been Boca Chica; land. the sale would
r 4J Her hat was< a matching horse- years, was appointed to succeed done in the school.
hair braid flower trimmed. Mrs. McNeil, and Mrs. Anne j 10:45-11:45: : a. m There will ,Aela" rakes fttrtu MONTHLY
.J Miss Norma Garcia and Miss Wade who has been with the or- be an interesting program towhich 8 .
Jackie: Sierra of Tampa the ganization for the last six monthsas each department will contribute FEMALECOMPLAINTS
bridesmaids, were gowned in secretary. w.; appointed home The diplomas will be
chiffon dresses of pink and yellow service woiker :,i presented.
':; respectively. They were Of immediate interest at ths 11:43 a. m-Lea\ the churchto
fashioned with square neck lines chapter are the plans for the Gray go 'to Bayview Park for a picnic Ar. yon troubled by dtitrec of
Lady to begin 1 and female functional periodic disturbances
: fitted bodice and full gathered course July i i'|i Does this make you suffer
: skirt with bustle back. The hemline the reactivation of the disaster All parents and members are from pain feel to nervous, tired-
was draped to show rows of committee for the hurricane sea- : invited to attend. at such times' Vegetable?Then po Compound try: Lydia to E.Flnkham 600 Fleming Street WE DELIVER Telephone l 48

matching chantille lace ruffles. son.Members relieve such cymptom: Plnkbama
These attractive costumes were of the executive committee i The mandrake plant mentionedin fcu a grind soothing effect on owe
el woman*most important organs!
present were:
completed by matching flower I the Bible is the so-called Euro- i I
halos brimmed with horsehair Charles Taylor M:\>. Wilhelmma j,'tpean' mandrake. ( LYDIA L. PINKHAM'S:.< .<. braid and long lace mitts. Each Harvey, secretary; Allan Hamp-,j
ton Fred Miller. Lee Goddard J 1 /
colors carried centered nosegays with in contrasting asters and and Earl Hamilton. ,I I You ilicajs Do Better /When You Shop at PEAS Choice! Garden Variety . . .O. 2 CAN IDe ; ;;

tied with long sating streamersin
rainbow hues. IX EW RENT BOARD I

Miss Carmen Lopez, attractive' (Continued r-cm Page One) I ARCHER'SSEMISELFSERVICE FLORIDA NO. 2 CAN ., ,
niece of the groom, was flower that "public interests" members I ,
girl. Her dress was a miniatureof outnumber landlord and tenant GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS lOc
the bride's with an added representatives. Miami area rent I
feature in the draped hemline office will continue as head- MARKETWhen
caught with satin sweetpeas and quarters for the local rent controL j
forget-me-nots. Little lace mitts ,. Purchasing Orden From This Leading Store. PREMIER
completed this period attire. We Meet ALL Advertised Prices

Arthur Lujan brother of the'- -Subscribe- .-- .--to The Citizen.- I Premium Quality Foods at the Lowest Prices -TUNA LIGHT MEAT . . NO. 1 FLAT CAN 45C

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Mthflio i"I TELEPHONE.YYYYYYYYTTTYI IIIWm Dresl cd aiul Drawn ". "POl'ND' "- (, I
: MARKET N. Knowles Prop. I "STA\1)AU.U! No. 2 SizeTOMATOES -

I .533 William Street SOUTHARD at the SRofEET 31" i cI< ? 54c 1 2 cans ,25c tltl-BABY# .eaeeimif FOODS

: MoU's APPLE Quart Size APPLE In Classes LEAN MEATY SPARE Wilson's SLICED

: JUICE 2 for 25c JELLY 2 for 25c I RIBS. lb. 45c Bacon lb. 48cHormel's LllIII\ :No.; 1. Sire 2 FOR 19( .

PURE Lean Ir'esternCORN .
STICIS 2 for 2JC
; 2 I Ikg .. tae 31 31"un FED:

(:amp's' KIINEY REAMS cau 15. 31 LARD lb. 29c YACHT

I TUNA FiSH . {'an :39' BROOMS . "3. 13Uc = 1 Large Shipped PORK HOPS 01 "FIOFEE Grapefruitor

: ( LnOX.? . II. laic: Liquid STARCH II. 19r 31 GRADE EGGS-A"-In Dol.Carton 56c P or k lb.Loin 48c R oast : C 0 E Orange; JUI j ICE I MEA E A T IS S SRegular

PE.\S. 2 25c
.BLACK.EYE cans i or Drift 4b.Ds. Cant

SALMON :-:" CAN C Ki T'3nns25c I IE I HA'ft.'S WILSON'S: : Certified Temlerize 5lo l 54c f POUND 43c 2 for 29cf7::::;:' 1'/11l(.eotgia(

HALF . . lhprn f" _
CAMEO In Packages TOILET I. Rolls 3 i HAMS

E tare ! ! c .! for 25c JI i BEEF GRADE ",!" BONELESS ROAST POUND 69cWilson's Pt'NI()

I 47C

Shortening 3-ib. can sf9 | Porkib.35c

I IDS Fleming Street Telephone 76ethcllesto 'rmcmr'f' Pt IU;

W llantllr / ., ,Ut>(" !1 -I'orkllallu I ENAPORATED E LARDl'fH

iI I 3 cans 38c

CAN H.ina SLICED I-Pi. MiUc_. / ; U
EATWELL 7-0z. i Yd __. __ I

SARDINES 30c I PICKLES 35c I Z 14-oz. Bottles PACKAGE uctnAJLf

:. CATSUP . 35c HI CE . . ]7c

VEL SO'ap Powder . . Package 29c i I TOMATO 4S-0z. Can POTTED ( RODUCE -6-

JUICE. .17(1 IEi\T2cansI5c II F;....TF.'R1I ;
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(: Franco-American BEEF 2 3 4 C I ROAST 5 5 C Clapps' or Gerber's BABY HERSHEY .. PORK

FOOD 3 cans 2:3c: SUGAR 51hs.43c

., NO.2 LETTUCE. .2 for 23c CHOPS

I CLOROX . 15c SUDS . . 32r JUMBO JtOl'n
Grade 'B- CAN I II.

I. EGGS .tOZ. SSe TOMATOES lOc I: Fancy Fruits and VegetablesGREEN CUCUMBERS 2 for 1Sc Sge

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1 FANCY PEAS 2 cans 251' Sauce SWEET 3 cans 19(1 I CABBAGE . lb. 3c NO Potatoes 1 10 Ibs. 38c TOMATOES . 1lb. Carton 18c ,''rllWllr"s "iT IliFRANKS

lb. 20c Potatoes 5 lbs. 1Sc I ONIONS 3 Ibs. 28c ORANGES 2 DPI. 35c
, TOMATOES I Ij Oranges 8-lb. Bag 25c

Phone Orders ''ccellpllor IJplicpr--C.fI 67 CELLO-WRAPPED

j IRISH Potatoes 10 Ibs. 48c I ONIONS 2 Ibs. 19c I ARCHERs Semi Grocery-Self Service Potl 49c,,

"The Store That Serves You Best"
! =PROMPT FREE DELIVERY- 81.I Fleiniiiji Street Key \JeM I, Florida

the Right Its Limit Quantityf --.: We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities
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'. Here On Visit; ; BROADWAY *>!*'>' MARKETFeaturing

Julius' OJ| Wolf, former Key I the BEST in BROADWAY suprn MARKET Del MonteFOOD
Wester, arrived Tuesday after-
noon for a short stay in the} .
Island City for the first time in TEST
26 >cars, :
Wolf is known to old-time residents -' AT llli: LOWEST I'RICESILUREdEEm f SALE
.. . The Best In
of the the .
of Wolfs city Smoke as proprietor Shop-, "n .. ..... "" - -
Greene street from 1912 to 1922,
and a<> one of the owners of the MEATS GROCERIESPRODUCE
S.. Wolf and Sons company. I i Your (ji
The S Wolf Sons company operated -
a cigar;: factory here from By Test COFFEE i VACUUM PACKED Ib.-Jar 43c
1903,until brothers 1922. Sam of Julius and Charles'Wolf were i Procter & Gamble
ill thr
associated with him in the management -;I
of S. Wolf Sons company I .ccuuponG I :: Here.2 1)1,1.; MOM: I PI( Kl. 1u.:3011: (..\'\s
:.After leaving Key West in. LOWEST PRICES !II! for
1922 Julius in Jacksonville Wolf) ran a until cigar eighty factory :t.t..;- -=-- :- = -=Vt. "- TOMATO JUICE 2 15c
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oars.ago;: In the last eight
years: he has retired and lives. i, .
on, Jacksonville Beach ;;" DLl MOM: : VI HE J I-z. Horn.1-:
Julius Wolfs father was one ; I lII I LARGE /), l
"" ( ail UelireryP.
of'the owners of one of the pio- SIZE 19C
ner cigar!: factories in this citv.1 <,i' 'i& .
the Seidenberg Cigar! companyJulius \ with Coupon 19cI. (' "tllIISI Noon
is renewing acquaintances '.". '-10. .1
with'old Key West friends : :'M '" I II. ,, 1 ILL) MONTL: 1.: .0,. Horru.] :
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TRIUMPH LARGE "EY1'1': ; I'urni-Lev1 i .by H. '\.
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... MILL with Coupon I I.J DLLDLL) 'IC'TE-J IN IIE.SYIH1' ;3O.5(); (;1.\SS J\1:
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'GroceriGrysttiils "BARTLETT" PEARS
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Regular-Size-at 2 n..tla Size j j nix "{)'\TE-P ni .111 SlUIn.2! (;L\SSJ\K
: MAY with coupon 27c I WHOLE APRICOTS 3lC
--A. when you buy 0 'rfll"lfIr(')' *>U<:IM. .
BATH SIZE DM:I MOVIi): ::-INK: ;\\) S'lnl3n I ( FPJr I j TOMATOES . 2 IBS 27e j
i Medium Size at LARGe: SIZE -- FIGS .' 23rliEf. <
voR Y NO EXTRA COST >'". i \nr n"IIITI: :
with coupon 18c
i e _-.. when ) : 'IO'\TE WHOLE( i'u. 2!6 (;1.SS J \H"SPICED" (
Saat J, .-- LARGE SIZE I POTATOES . 10 LBS. 39c : / PEACHES 35c

I ; Save all you can Redeem whole set anjttrntn (lthh7O :
Dixi DIX :\H'TE-1.' IILU' S\IUI- \u.I..c\: :

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I : "LUX" SOAP LIFEBUOY I our; 7'f'iIIl'r.fU .
I . Tops in taste! Tops in quality! Tops 1 Italli: Si/c:
..:. in economy! That's good good Pepsi- 2 I.'r 27C. SOAPO I I. LIVER lb.
Cola in the I K{<';" j REEF 61c
r j. new handy lightweight Rare 19. I I ,
metal carrier that's "LUX" i
so easy to carry it 014 I Iii'LAKES .
to Holds (..rml J" ""..ti"il'I"-; '" ( '
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bottles...cuts the cost of entertaining RINSOIirpi

j everyone family and can friends.afford Pepsi to serve is the drink often. I I I.'ark....k.,.::.. . 3-C )'.wk.I-;:r . 3 r cI I I EGGS DOl1I(

.:: Take home six today. \!I 1:1'1 1\ 59c1t' .
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/ Pepsl-Cola Bottling! Company Long! Island City N Y. : tH1ONF'e: : 53c j == .. I'__ _
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