The Key West citizen
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 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00569
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Key West. Florida has tho t Associated: Press Day Wire f

; most equable climate in the ml1 f K 10: r.5 t Qriti. Features and Photo Services
country with an average r y i For 63 Years Devoted to the ,

range of only 14" Fahrenheit : / Best Interests of Key West


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. GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY rights: the Republican presidential nominee, and Earl Warren (lei .
\ n In i.m eased about one itnt
.' tr[ mum ntl l the vice presidential nominee are ail smiles in Philadelphia after the G.O.P. convention chose

( :.r.ni: i tt h Rubber comimny inmi V".'arrcri Fn ._,. Wa.ren is governor cf California.
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t e A "<'"i that it had hiked' was:';s -- - -
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. . "..Ift. who had served th" e Ini i
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p.'*u I a: year or tonzcr: will btn No Decision Reached

PHOTOGRAPHER HARVEY GEORGES, a double jointed acrobat climbed to the top of the Philadelphia convention hall .\' a \.....-ati"n with pry of

and tool: thi picture in the midst of the demonstration for GOT Thomas. E. Dewey cf flew York. From a position in the organ thrt<' weeks annually .

loft. Georges! poked: hu 5' inch lens through: a hole in the gtillw crk and shot the photo of an exposure: of one-tenth cf e .<
The speaker's podium! is at l left. In center is flag-bedecked bank cf large floodlights. The platform at lower right is used 1:1'newsphotcgraphers : I is n:::tiatins with a CIO mm V On Gambling QuestionBy
uttce to reach an agreement;: inaovanced
shooting with long lenses.Republicans .
: ,rates of wages
.. It waeportod that the ret,ill

I pnt.e of coal will! advance tl l a Civic Association

!I I ] Danger\7 Zones) '"i. he.':':n;uns .July. 7. as a result .
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Bonamy BuildingApartmentHotel ol rustic i siag:c to miners

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)During) Aaalj I -- *I tila =tirF..11.HU. IJI) i.I ss
!! .! Dcicctor)) Finds I
Name Another ( :
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j Practice t t.Ktnnth I Here Sum Of ANOTiiER BLAZE ,
$1,750,000 1 1\IIOMiNKLKSf( I : :II |;

Nal..ChairluanICEtt. C Uovall stieta -.- of

the army. has issued the followin '- PARIS Fiance A metal l .1NNES '
In Simonton
', notice tegaiding the danger detector ;it At IK ion la icpurtedto
11l1I: I 1). MOMIVJSiNS loots emulations: in the vicinity have discovered. treasure worth No decision was reach 1 I..-t

1.1 I Kees: one billi m franc ; ($4.7jO.CMM)). night after the forum held in :th
() F ; IA .VMVLDS I.SIJ. j fSTIUCITHE: (:fl rlxG StiaiU' of Florida in Florida wh:ch is: said to have been hidden IN FISH MARKET Elks Club annex on the qt etion. -

(:C.E: ) (::11.1I! Jl.tN 10,000() (){ () FightFfi.'i.s :(((1,0414'ILL() (CU lil1-_ under the .,...V .
R1s1/F; : :I '. gunnery range and bombing and while two men buried - f {;a..oliu Thrown O. hKW G; ipn : ;:
-: Chew And [ ..1i11] AI'\lrr.\lE..Yr i strafing' ;:: tarrct;: "areas. Naval Air st in 'ixc wads in < crml ztrg -rie 3ri1VtvveaaitAasociatiiort' .

'H'i...... I.ream .I,Station. Kev West Florida 1941 He tried in ,vain to carry !
Mob Loni; \M I) 1 11 I ROOMS but before he could l 6uildin.;: \ Sri \firr;
PHILADELPHIA, June 26- Joe i, I\' (at) The danzer:: zones 'eraticnal for it removal he w-ms .
training area Waters of ar-; nic :
t After an all-night session last:: Ili) laa'.riara i'rr.at George P B n anii>> building I: the straits of Florida =southwestlot earned: away to jail: for ten year:_ I Here( tilll I.nmt;:m. H"IJurl,1 of the association, amen.nct.A
an apattmeit-hotel .t the cor: Sergeant that the purpose of the f',: urn
night, in which Governor Dewejcind : : NEW YORK. Jun26. I Key West bounded as lolI He ,"Id i anow prisoner about 1m '
I Governor Warren, the He Ten thousand wild and- nci of South and Smw>nton lows: Bcmnnms at latitud: 21dc to be: rch-a>erl_ about it and. with m I o I Hare .. was to bring; out ail sides ol in!

: publican nominees for president; woozy fight fans cheered. streets V : at a cost of( SHOOOO Eirol .u:-ces. 13 CO". lonutudtc 83 dt'- the use of a detector located thetnaurc June 21129TcthiiHal For the second: time in two gambling; question and not too
Sawyer city building: inspector << : .
and vice president; paitic puled. mauled and almost maimed: 4 pounced today |dewet; : ; Pulmmart bolding; ,the treasumeand i! weeks someone t l."t.I! to destroythe cusWon.reach any decision alter the: di.' "

it was announced today that Foundations for the buildingsare P ira still the Mi Sergeant Lawrence Veterans taa house at the
;30". longitude S2. degree: 31' 30( : in pri" The president of the '
Fight Sory! On Page SevenJoe now being; built bv S II 1! thence geia rally rK rthot bv'noith hospital. J (;'I1ImI, tf the L S. Arms- corner of Palm avenue and tion also: announced that u'1/oJ* ..'n'

Additional Information and DI udoe; The building; containingII alon!. <>n arc if title hav- -- -- -- -- and Air FOITC Recruiting. : : ScrvRe Roosevelt boulevard by throwing; other meeting; to be htM '11
Photos On G.O.P. Convention apartments: will be 167 feet its center at latitude 24 dci will be Key West Mon :
Louis last night on his ins : I Reds! Gel t l FOIM I in jsoiine over the structure and Count CourtixMtse next FdiF; .
and :20: feet wide while the .
Appear On Pages 3.6 end 8 return to his hotel. It tooka hang j i urrcs *-> O9 Itmgltude: "t cjiets ttaand Tucsdav June aIn.. tht.'n.1. ,. settras it afire at 9 pm. the recent imita ., ,n i
structure containing; 14 hotel 41' lj"; to latitude 2i deI ( the
water rata aRdIbl',
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squad of policemen: to rescue nwml! tests will be given by Set I :
will be I 123 feet b16 feet The culprits drove rapidly
TOfnb I n."l'I:; 00 : I:hnIlUo: S3 de From proposed ConsofadatMNl of Luc'
D. Scott of him from the cheering: Lupine ,,
Representative Hugh Gatt.va in Room 212. Post OUice
crowd. Trcic IS a smaller buildms at |Iglev. (WJO) ) : thence rlut cut to away from the scene In din automobile city and county will be eonSa'I'i I I
Pcnncjivama had been selected punch-mad end of the whole which will bull.hn to aU thn mitre ted
tart the ')(lInt ot litsmnma:. This .yeaa we & that was toward eel
succeeded I \\ uk guile
When he in Mgi0WVtAPI.F'.4pn
a* chairman of the Republican be 22 b>' 3* feet. ili be. 1I 1',1 I for* l nibin.. toip- \ in tnii.sUag in the Army Md Air ; Stick bland President James Callow.,:. ad
l leaving his car and enteringthe Hu1.1 it is repotted that lupirn
National committee: m place of The whole is to he laid: out in do and .ni -t.-..:i ..nil>.it "I' otheisjn.tiai Fiji tv.: : At 3 la; this the Kiwana Club M.IVI ..
hotel membErs: of the \;'sieh foimerlv was l re Std only a m mnrnmc peosersbv -
Recce. who had bac*- the form of a court The entire I.| eXl"c chairman of the H .
Chairman the .... discovered the : meeting. .1'-'
Upon fompletioia of to. building
mob tore the hood: off the car a, fifttkr t'tr cattle and a> a IM |
residential and the tires off the wheels. con..Unction will he of loncrctiM ucs'r : tui;il fclthzcr. is la-ma; used asa if the applicants pass; hay will ablazr One unidentified woman traduced Mrs. Gertrude: L si 1.
to fire with
Several entered the car and I Bethel J I milriMl for irnlustrv Twu ran an exbng
raw Miami .
i I t.> sent t> whtre they
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I that hud teen each and in
After matte dug into tne upholstery but loom every apattmerit j tie:tin u"si.m. scientists have disrtrl I' tit her. while anothei siimm*red side of the question S.J;I
:titled Dewey and V/airen and v:ill missive their pli}sieai 1 xrfiiiin.iton. No 3 fire truck We Legalize Gambling1'"
before they had' damaged it (".t'<' it r.1f..ns of rtnw: \in"h.umlul
tl:eir families felt for New Yoil- to any great extent police Sawyer" also Minowmrtti that Oimina! (;loiirt)t!! I alkaloids from,, the lupine >. and if tht,,; limn InstontMrdb -: B> the time fireman arrivedn She urged: the awdK'r>' .. t .
City The Dewtys" will on to have loin i.. the. take gambling out of th. I.1,1', ,. ,
go drove them out of the car. betiktinj permits su tioo 1 and it thus ran br used vf tbt* sc i \ K-C''' !wS.r'amn sarene was fire was virtually -
Albany .but the Warrens will it- Then a crowd cf fans tfl' for the cunstntctjon of thmotN .I Kit w"1 i latt'.i! i. wh"l v.as ,iiicstttl .is i aw material for fccnl pmtkn. in mniiiwt.atd 1'.. are ?,,entr out. of thtMren She said th;.t 1 11.1.

main to make; a sighl>tt.inK tout pounded on the hotel aoor. r strut tares. lot ..il( ,nii.' ,''nptiru.to : and medicines Aiv .er sricntistIM .t'n ;o--i '>ifcEnlisiees > As in the prevMni.. ca..str. there income from ;samblins ""III.I Iu '.

ol the city Governor Warren txplaiiicU threatening to break it in if Tim'r are:: tttmniit cued: i laitinv at thtWatcrfiont .; di..\eicd h
that he had proi iu*:;i Louis did not appear and !.<.cftnstiutti'in frf a torrrt<. I (:.ft' in (;.uniell, : (tiotein titan. lutint.t'l'd: arms ob of their, se, ., tht.v. ;:iikunIlalian': would support such i inslitui"'>i

Mis Warren and I then daught: make a speech He came out "block duplex ..iti tost of $l0 1 .O0ft s'lt-et, Thui d.I was !held! !LH t'lr' .i J pnxluet not infciMH. to w.nL the' school they ss.ii t lip ;
I to lake them to New York sin'': on a balcony thanked the t,. Joseph! Kemp at UK corner of I ;it.!ion of C'I i mooed: (ouit v. hen ,pi'.\<'in of ;miin:il dentationF '> : MrMarian Starkc. a U.r" '"
day Their lice sons did not ai:- fans and added that. now he D im'an and Ck-oi-RM stiwHsr ht- seas atidi;.:ned I I 1'f'.It.t PtatJv ,- :oin lupine states "I/vrstn:' turn limy:< wiJi; ti nr i ,\1..1 i .. Poser at Key West High Srtaool t..t I.i"' _

nlIIl"ldny| them to the Republican had finished with the ring. "<.r the cim&ti uction ol a con ..lit-c lie. F. AM uiestet da\ theme tan be nMilc huh quality in something tilt nw-r i>.ait -I I the negative side of the. MIHMI t.I t.

c iiivertiondovcinor he was going to enter politics. tote bkt'k l fish house for nah lot<<' Bethel i wa. fixed.: at <-'.- unit' tfuap ;i:tlfu lalool. |1.1 l;is.t into Uit Aum will not be apl l.. t.> SMaiils I HoosledI i()() ( I said that gambling p.t I
; W.' that. after reel right.
inn :VIK TlioniM Enti' 000 ,, iil\ ,:
He did not: say what part | >on rru i.se-s. Incorpolatcd t t- ind l ;\ a htcinK top of scvcial at Carc'linc and Margaret You jvfct cant legalixi .,.,u t I.
but it
: he would support. was Cmm.IE I; : ;: Al', :Nr .' tt :nr
| hmAid
days.mcntuFiincra.he will rttjrn to Sat it recalled that he had cam- streets at a cost of $30OO i r'ltI.O: Io1: \ lauSTOICE.; : ; I'\J( HES1'1: . :'\ i II.'rat -rid t-Ai'ii; .t' rcpiis tot Robert Oopp. a 1ar11I1.t..".
paigned for Wendell Willkic F'ni moving .1' buildm! in twostvtiuns .
K w.m-.haltt'ie, ,l po.ver plyntII . up the affirmative ride "r ttl'
and .it'.n(Kitllm: till"a",1'
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in 1940. t II I ..on b bring;: ltsly's l electricity question lie said could tl, ...
Scr\'i for" a it' idtntr a1. !lit 'l'"l.1,.. ?y s you ar
( ( I tl.."I.11 tion near its hiKhcst ore
crime ,
rvcr\ major to '")l"He .
ail I Llua sheets at "o to. t ot S3.i : sai' '
'.._.., ....... .'".. .. i. I. "'_ KM t4 t ;8 9 iv.r .u peak'! The National Axsocia- :also said that there was III'', "

{Fur' rrn ii (cl! IMSIT'1 TWINS 1 GARAGE I 1'n'....i I of tues Ek-rtiNiU rrprt. ":' l that Distributing in the adequate Kraft from control cambl of DII:.camblir anrl .i. _"t

S1I20) FnuJld InS I t f"I| &'loT i ,of I9Kt! pi..Kit*.tioniff C D .
.. l.ar I .....110 /parUa Arr Ieater"llr ) !l I . a civilian nV
Funci :.(.XVur l lot i t'J ri7i u...1 "Irr .m I....... I'.a I ..t tru' pi.At'i itathtti 4.4IM: new at the Kaval station do< .
: who died tin K< v \\ .: ,, liI'on kilowatt l houis In IM Ip
in II :
1'ainfiIi.; ; fed the
PrMurs.: negative ,
'lull, ; I angle of ', 1IT.i
Ho,pital. will li. Iwin I t tl tr Huudles '. i '!'mfc i.
Miiiucixil| i :a- n ill'I.1 >< pioi -
I .
mill "f''f'r' .II. url me: said to legalize 1 IcaIilmi, 1 ,
Sunday afternoon at 4.M II"11 ill i.t herd} ; ." ?i I.n v.- :1.:t.V: :t.ilh..n 1 KWH would
you pot thr law rn1[r 1'i
in the chapel of I'ritehaid r uiu : ,\i'. ,I IUSi':. (",'if!. III :" 1 ment agencies:; of the city "I.j Icounty i

al Home Rev Jam Mac C.:1: --- .' ". f1.; . .'\.:.n, '.1 1 1i ,i i'I .y r in the class of iiunn.;
hell: of St Paul Cp-t} i ..;,.ii 1 . Albert J MilLs.
i 'Irdl.n I: i .IU p.i. Ialace TheaterGinger a rtaltom..l ':
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Church will oflieiateSUIVIMIIS 'I'i "in ale one .i.i_ici i \i. Masonic Police I Rogers and Cornel Wilde
1 'l"V lIui; i in old ._". .ii ambimc lie wild the 111'1 '
I' P .lscnivt.inp .>i ?\l.uuione : i I"/j.m: 1 1'.1'1': ant I !In i note. ?.,. -II MM) 10 UI; : \CU' the gambling came frrtrn t 1"111'1 t
step dau;;htei ML.! Frank: Anchor Lodge. No. 182. F '
and other
In lh 'hunua.i :Ian :nun NEWS and SHORTS > and ad\\\
turn of Mia 11'ricKETOFFiCE: &: A.M.. at its Regular Communication M ;2" the idea that the mtomambimz -. r fm a..,..
------ June 28th. will observe should be used t., .
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: Past MASTERS' Night.All ,
the taxpayers bunk", M

P_M.'s are requested to YIrw U.:I \\\ES: T1C1T| |{ (, was on the affirmative sit)'

be present. Our Steaks- The Rev G Leon Wells, [p.i.i', '
ALL AIRLINES "U\I( ) n. Jt >F: 2H .
All members are hereby nO- t.r First Mctbodnt Church ...;.. ;..,

lifted and summoned to be in I negatively: He said "'ht,I:i.i n: .
PRICE TOURS attendance.By .\IL; : 1s\11I:11Ft) )) :: ; I i.: : I Summer School would have (little respect f f.I

__ fll r'Irwi.t .... I the government if gamblin
Our Waitresses Are Lovelyand I
order J I// Iii I. ir'liuo/ were legalizedLater .
.. Our Prices Are ;:
.vi vn\ unuLKiNv Harvey and Dopp ,tx.Kfor ..
Just Right I i e, slI (.rmf'" Tang
UPSON BOARDat \ ..M.test. I minutes each in rebut

\ 1 ( \i' \\ . i' , 11iss; .1s/i1\. UI
for I Many of the remarks
STRlI K II :MUMS 1'.1lil) Secretary. WRECKAGE COVERS THE SiDEWALK in front of the Rayiass Department Store at Winchester : 1025 Roberts Lane I I plauded The ippimire cairn '.n

816 : : Va. after a basement explosion ripped the building. Nineteen persons were injured. Lying PHONE 871.J kf'ing:: remarfc* node by tn !
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DAY. JtXE; 26. 1948

SPEECH .es.eeeleeee.e..........

-_ : .tIJe 1KrU lUrst ((EitfeimPubliabed DEWEVS Radio British Consider 1 '

Dallr Except Bandar. *TI Programs [
_. P. ARTMA.N.! OwB.r a._ PIUkTAORVAX Political speeches whether they be sithtgNursE<

-- : :' D. "RTJI." H.. .... Maaacer ........................ Cars For Cripples .
From The Citizen Building addresses of acceptance or the common or-
Corner Oreeae and Ann Street :

-.- Only Dally Newspaper Monroe County In Key \V at and dinary variety aimed at getting votes, run r NETWORK PROGRAMS LONDON.-(AP). Britain is'' Ju, JCetfl$1tfl Harris .---. j

along similar interwoven patterns that can I Eastern Local T.AI. Foe ctnlral 1 I i considering a scheme to provide fc 1
fcntred at Key West .Florida aa second elaaa matter subtract *n. Hour for mountainsubtract I free cars for ] '
some crippled ex-
tw. *...... $Sn5 U> ** *t*- I : take of Hfldy. And that .
be down single care you
: MEMBER OF TUB ASSOCIATE* PRESS! not boiled to a concrete tion change hour of rUy to at I servicemen and disabKxi work CHAPTER -she could not even feeL If only I
-::- Th. Associated" press la exclustYvly. entitled to local sclMtf.los.. Last minuto ..... I I era.I the tears would come . I II must tell you how much. how
DM Tor reproduction of all news dispatches credited idea. gram changf cannot lie included. i | * '
to It or not .therwl credited in this paper. and I The plan now is its early] J.3 I could] Randy said. He said. And his dark eyes ing. I love you." t

alan the local aewa published here. Such was Governor Dewey's speechof SATURDAY, JUNE 26COiSummar' stages will be divussed by the spout? only to Hildred. still held smiled into hen-dl'eply. intently But Randy could not be saying

8lBSrilllTIOII1TK! !* acceptance at the Republican national National Advisory Committee on : against hunt his voice was so lowthat as only Lucien's could. -I give you I that! Or at least he could] not ;

._- One Tear _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ $1.... Evoning t service pensions. i!i it was only for her. But of freedom my sweet. I knowI mean it; he could not have discovered .

: ':rare'111 Moatba IlonthaIMie __ _ -_ _ _ 3.ThL : convention in Philadelphia on Thursday Xee.vatNetwork K.yo.of....ws-.b.'.Jay- Glenvil Hal financial: secretary -I II I coarse heas aware of Luotrn; your also give you the happiness that it. at long last. '

L Mor.tb _- I.'. night. He promised a nostrum for everyill "' Music *. im.- t.ekly .Ii Itenco Time-irbs-rast I rently in the House of Commons ::; yellow room filled with the soft -no. not with all the Lanier mil Randy said. His; one free hand .'
-- including peace and freedom for all Tako a Number-n.bi-ncst : usrt of twilight. __ lions.1 took hold of her chin tilting back

ADVERTISING! RATES! men but did) not tell what the ':1S-Art of Uvrij-nbc that the Minister of Pensions ]! *I know . Hildred murmured "Lucfen . you . Hildred her fair head so that her blue
:. Uade Known on Application nostrum In My Opinion-<-bs I hopes to announce the scheme i I meet his. And his love
fronts of "rayor-abc I for she had known that Randy did 'manage to draw away from eyes must
"-. SPECIAL !XOTICK would ''Je.The ':3O-Summer Symphony>boRed shortly whereby the disabled] ,I| would stand by her in this; she Randy now. She saw the look in was there for her to see. *
All reading notlcea.! rards of thank. resolatlonsft Barber Sports-cfcl men would have cars free of i I' had known she could count on his Lucien's eyes-another look in "I thought I had lost you," he .

- tarred respect.. for at obituary the rat notlcea.of It rent.poema a,line.etc. will be speech was good considered Harry lamo W MMIC,,,mer--tnio-east Sports-aba I charge to'help them in their j I''I irend5hjp, his strength.: them-one as clear as direct, as finished. "Until your mother told

Notice for entertainment by churches from which purely as stringing together words in well- True *.. FaM_mbs-...st business or to allow them "to i There was something she said untroubled as the look of a man me that you do love me." ,
:. revenue. i* to be derived are 6 rent a line. made of child that had love ildred sa& '
rounded -Xew. and Commentary. get occasionally into the sun-1 new or a "I do you.
sentences but it I to continued. was
The. Citizen la an open forum and Invite dls- was wholly lack- Jack Itcall Comment-ate me never tasted bitterness."You don't She said bravely.. through the ; I
urin of public '..u" and subjects of local or light. i I' a sort of message, I think Hildy. ;
T0 t
St. Isnnia don't
: ing in any statement that one could 'pmacbstT..ud II have to say that-you tears for her mother that she had
general put .
Interest but It will not publish anonymous ItHxH-porjtetl-aba !I I She asked me to tell you not to <
<..nj in u n iraUona.MEMBER. his Hawaii. Calls \Iu"tCians-mt> i i She d.d not what it give it to me.She meant, as wanted to come bringing release .
finger With few Gum forget say
on. a changes of time arabic is used to suspend she knew he would know, that she from the awful numbness thit i
1:3O-Curlah.: Time Pr':1ma-ll think she knew that
but I
and place the speech could have been used Abe Harrows Sonc,-cl,. insoluble] compounds in liquids. I|I was, would understand." still would keep her word. she hid gripped her. 'J f ..,
Kanroua Jury Trials. -abc you still would him. She knew could keep her
Now she
by any of the sundry thousands of valedictorians Name. of Sv..s Vlulx, -mbs i Hildred] nodded her head; she marry promi
understand., thoughof
that he would ise to her mother. She could be I
. '::4 5-H. Carmichael Sons-<-'t, LEGALS I i could\ not manage ever to murmur
who I course Randy would not since constant to herself her beliefs and
= were given diplomas in I.OJ-The Life of Riley-nbc a reply in answer, to that. .
1948 know theywere
Sine. It ain tjuii-cosKo Randy could not ideals- her way of life. They
school or college a few weeks ago. I ,"s IHtlan. Detective. ? XOTM'K I i "And she told me somethingelse talking about. would go on in their work together I
; Listening the radio Twenty Questions' Wujz-whs. The ae.nmnmt r.l!1 nt the City ," Randy continued. "That I Lucien shook his dark head. "I she and Randy. as they always %
on to Dewey'stalk ':30-Truth or ConsequencesMibaAmazing ..f Key. \\>.M, KlornU. for the yr-ar i I!I will tell you later: -when we are see too clearly now-not througha had. Even Jimmy would be .
; )iaione-ab isis .illl. > n -n for lnxp<'""IM'h l.ylh "
... one could not help but feel that he Stop Me. Ua_ Show". -:mba pHl..li<* at p lb. Tax, .\,.*ekor'.. 'i aione. His eyes, so clear so glass, darkly.] all right for she knew that La1
was unable to strike ::00-rilt Parade. Slnatra-efto om.. in the fity Hall .Mondays I Ithrtiuzh i; direct, met the gaze of Lucien's thought she did understand cien still would make it possible I
a responsive chordin Joan Davis Comedy itslans Friday between th. hourK |,| dark ones over Hildred's bent, SHE Lucien meant that he for Robin and Ellen to keep him. | .
: it,n.tm-s l)ratni abrThtvc i.e 2:He r. M. ami i:hiiP r. M. until head.
the delegates listeners bright all :
IMPROVTMENTS. FOR KEY WEST or in the galle for Monry. Quiz-nils Jet' 0, ISis I im-Imsuis.. i j had come to realize that she Lucien would be right too- *
: ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ries. Time and again he waited at the end ':>0-Judy Canova Show-nbc VI.--..R I.OWK. |I I Lucien spoke for the first time. would never be able to love him. she had seen that in the new took I
Vnuctm Monroe. "n"-eta ." ty ('l-rk :te came forward to stand beside He had realized, too. that there of strength in his eyes.
.. of a fulsome period for applause that was \Vhaf My Name abc jun :!3-:!!4-5-:! :!<-:!''*-!!,-:;*; jull-2-3.:! I them. lie said, "I want you to could be no happiness in such; a "Then I shan't save it any longer
10C: -Kav Kyser College-ntc Ilt"! know how deeply I feel for you, marriage.Now ," Randy said.with infinite ten- 1
1. More Hoteli and Apartments. not forthcoming except in one instance Saturday. Vui, *Serenade-ahc-t-sic-'ibJrof. II I I Mildred. I know how deep your Lucien looked at Randy derness. "I am asking you and for

:;: 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. when he slammed hard into his peroration. Chicago Theater-itihs 'UTI'I\tWK %TXOT1CK ,:; [;: "'ot''' I Ii loss, your sorrow is. Always at spoke to him. He said, "I will the last time, Hildy if you will
.I ::: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. 10:3O: The Grand Ole Opry-Tibp IS IIRRKHY. OIVHX Jhatin such a time one wishes there was leave you two alone-so that you have me? I not only need you. we
J 4. Consolidation of County and Republican leaders at the convention It Hays In le Ignorant\ cb* i the und.rsIne-d.I deniring: ii, engage: : something one could say-or do.This may teU her what it was her not only share the same interests,
llaylvft lloedo"n-abc 1 "* neosun,i<-r the fi,-liti ,u is the one time when there mother said at the last. Tell her the same purpose in living and
: City Governments. surely must have felt that Dewey does not I1W>'--News & Variety 2 hrs.-nbc I I name u.S la ... Hair; Stjrlixl"il I I : "
ii. Doctor Baird. And be sure serving, but I want you, just be-
( Xo" Variety. Uanco 2 1Irs.ba i'inilan St.. Ke> Wat. Fl .. intends well.
-=' 9. Community Auditorium. possess what may be termed the "spark"to News and l'anc Hour-abc t.. rriciMer raid fictitious, I I Hildred raised her head now; that you take care of her. always." caues you are you-and no other.
i ; Horn's a Kracl.iunbsIIZODanc. name with the -lerk .., the rir.-uit He drew her closer and kissed -
arouse enthusiasm: in his listeners. But '... she would have stepped back, out With that Lucien turned quickly -
Shows mbs .
( of Monroe
:iftI .rt Count} Fi..rida.i'ated
I' : of Randy's encircling arms but and left the room. away the tears that coursed downher
12:00: Jon.1.. I'mOs.Nat
he has proved to be a good administrator. Dancing Continuedabc.w.tNETWORK Brenner.Sole. they .eld hcr so that she could not. Randy drew her back into his cheeks, until his mouth found

which more than makes for his iciness Owner. I' Her blue.eyes looked into Lucien'sshe arms. "You heard what he said?" hers.And i
MONOGRAPH up I June : -I-1t-t. I'M*. saw the shadow of that dark Randy's clear eyes were looking then, since she had had to

I and aloofness. PROGRAMS tragedy in them-but then. almostas deeply into hers once more. They wait so long for this awakening,

: : Dear Folks: tasters Local Tme. Fo central .\ Tim : f'flU.t.T tOt leT UP Till quickly she saw it pass away. were aa clear as gray as always Hildred: forgot everything! else for
Finally, Dewey i is no exception in subtraCt ELI: : KNTII J ll>l<'lt I. <'IH('I IT I t
one hour. her mountainSbtract I She; said. "Thank you, LucieIL"T but they held much more than the this one ecstatic; I1M.ment with
:_ Key West has no back country hut making acceptance or any other kind of I .Onechan two(C Itoun.hO" Cf Some relay total t.Stat fit- IX vr\"TK M f.lolL.' Fl.011111 VIWMIWI01|% <' 'T".I ere was nothing more she could gentleness, the strength of him. 1 Randy's lips against her own. bis

:. it has the sea all around which can political We will hear local SCh.ca"I. Last mOutC nrcVram I f ''N". say just than. She wondered what They held the same look she had' heart beating beneath hers in I
speeches. another : cll nll.. cannot be 'ncludcd. I I' fa** \.. tilasI I I'I he had meant, but he always talked ] surprised in them a few rare their true love that was the
: : yield treasures just as remunerative. well-worded acceptance speech at the I! RttKKiiTv.i i: HOLLAR.tlaintlff.s I' in such a way that it was difficult times before he had managed; to strongest of all the cords that .

:: I : THE ORACLE SUNDAY, JUNE 27 'I .. un .stuB ''U-rIO' I Ii I I to comprehend his full mean- remove it. "It was the same thing I bound them together .
I Democratic convention that will be as devoid IIKI.KN JKAXXK HOt.LAK.NfetHlant.. ng. And she could not think now your mother told me. That I must,i THE END> :

:: I II of concrete ideas as was Dewey's.Chairman AfternoonVOO i | 1 ,_. .
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: America United. Talks-nbcDuvrwax oitiir.it: OF ri III.H-\TION I
to Litbe TO:
S-ui rVlliiigill Talk-abv-bi.wu Helen. Jeanne. holler I
I :: FOR THE "MONKEY GOD"interesting Ed Beckett of the Pinellas \\ >. Iur"r'o......>Cht-ulba sot t'ongresK; streetKm

. 11>Kditor at Home-abc |...ri_. KanaanTfr I Congressional i "Too Late To
I County Commission advocates state-wide The Mu ic c.JL-U1b".bi are heret.\. required. to appear -. Classify"By I
.. .'.. .
: 1:30: - It i is to observe that the use of voting machines and urges that they Tell It Ayam. l>rma-cbs vwrrw.- in the _lx>ve M>l4 <'*...-.. ,
:- National X esprri.abet'oateuiiorory I.b.. l"lh .U> uf Jsl. A. I'.. I'.Ii'l Grist Mill RUSSELL KAY
orthodox Hindus of New Delhi have pushed : be purchased: by the state with funds provided Muiic-mhs ...11.....',e the alletatiwno .. .
,.... ..._ a
: 2:00-R.F.D. America. -DbcVnu will | > .u as fe>- rd.Ifcis em
-C through an ordinance which provides; jointly by cities counties and state. Are There lrama<.!.* order t.. Mr iMiUltshe.! ..a... a By REP. GEORGE SMATHERS ,
Meek AnuiKlVurMabc week f--r r..ur con,090
:-: for a "drinkless Tuesday." Air. Fme &how-mb<< The Key UV,> <'''1__. a iwwsi._|.er 4 cautions us, "Don't be half safe," liability and property damage i
2:3O--Robert Merrill Concert>bo |...t.I..1 in Key \\'.-M. Floriila..'
:'- .Ardent prohibitionists will be interested WRONG SCAPEGOATA Ne..s Cvmm.._iary_i.. l_ an.1 0..........| ibis txi_ 'lnyt.f Last Saturday's night's session ; :I might very well be selling insurance policy. It developed that in order -
:Mr. I.re -ldent-a...- J.I... -',. It. 154 VSKAI. was carried over to 7 a. m. i i; instead of soap, according to settle] the case he was farted ; I

= in the step taken by the Hindus, < :News: Vtter.nV Comment Pan.1mba:4iOpinIen cb* < R.-... ,' Sawyer. Sunday mol ning. All night the'gallt'nt'S I to my good friend Asher.jFrank, to sell his business.In. .. J

: even though it affects only one day of the poll was recently taken to find out 3:00-11".ic P.r.Je. Coinlutbt5b4'yipimny Clerk ..1 th- ''ir<-nit (Court. were r \\l.-d with intji-r-. ;secretary of the Florida Safety five personal: injury cases .
what typical American $ Show-cbs 51.nra.ImnCmy. FI.rMa. who f I Council. I I
families estttl
think is sptviilors' were Dadd
for Circuit
set trial in the
.: week. We happen to be interested in it N ea C Broadcast: he Its: e"d'! Anne ''. l>. iew...rlh. I
responsible for high living costs.: Nearlya I'barile'a llouw-mbs l"'|.",V I*Urk.Th I w.tcinns the dramatic close: tfl 'The cost of accidents. Asher Courts during the month,? of July

because the drinkless Tuesday is set apartf 3:15-American; Almanac-aNS' ..ma.. S. Car..... the :uUlh: Congress..: After months'::says "is going up like everyI I[ the average amount sued for is J
third of those {V l'oitor f..r Plaintiff .
answering of the -One Maji'n Famlivbe'Fe J
f '. a token of respect for the monkey god! lie Announced.-abc jun I>>-:0.1111-1.; : 114Vl I;of hfaMnps, debate's, piuposals.'thing L else and going up at. an ; S75.0OO and in none uf thfde j' I II

.: opinion that manufacturers are makingtoo The Juvenile Jury-mt>* 'und counterproposals: action. alarming ..te." ]I I:leases. does the defendant c ny'
I Hamiman, whose official day is Tuesday. 4:00 CJuil Kks. Joe .lIy-.bo. \ Till < IMCI IT C 01 HT OF Till' I was finally Ijeisg fortl l by the :: more than $ .09O personal Habrt- I
profit, and retailers' markthisare John U. .n..y-shc. To prove it he brought me a
I 2The monkey god, according to newspaper I !l u&e ot M>.lery-n>b* .... TileSTT1; tI F t'LtlHI"'.I rapidly approaching hour of adjournment ,,clipping] from the Miami Herald' ity insurance r |

: ..: dispatches i is honored because for fourteen too Im'gp.This .4:15-Cal Tinney Talks-aha I iIMI" I-OH HII\HOI: < i itaw 515.Is .. I which tells of awards for damages I j: This is the amount required t :sunder
is a perfect example of :>>-:News: I.ivinr I94S-nbO tIlSeIlIS. The Draft Bill which had first in' the financial responstWrty
picking .;. I allowed by the retorts i
years he shared wars and exiles with I Who tutu It Uuiz-rb* i I \ ll-i.5 I o
a a scapegoat, regardless of the merits of the :Milton Cro** le.-ds-abO iTI:"''' mfi' I: I 1.15't:, : bttn introduced in April finalIIY '.accident; cases of from $25,000 to'' lw: passed by the Florida legis- i
Ltlecttve ily.teri -nib* I I''I *
:: great Hindu hero god. l'lliliff. the House 9:30 '?
passed; at : p. m 100000. !i I> lature at the last session. The
case. The truth is that if industry-and S:00-The Sundae TheaternbaJanett .5 ,\\\.I'I.\II'XT:: : as high as !
. Information as to the purposes behind Itevia Sonic-i-Ui. J.I"IO1'1": : :.; :-';. ''I Saturday night. The Senate h..d"pn.'vioutly Records show that until last $5,000lO.WW f) basic policy is car- J
particularly that part of it which makes IVrsonal Autograph,-alir M.fen.Iant. posed the draft callIng ] up i j:Jried by over 85 per cent of the
the Hindu Under Arrest i'rauma-.ba .November the highest amount
= move emphasizes the wide OKIir.M (>F PI lll.lf STIllS for 24 months the'
service: the state
utomobile in
goods :1*-fhil Davis Orch.-c* TO in such in owners
consumer: -were to operate at : awarded a case
no ever:
difference that exists in religious beliefs 5:30-Krankie Carle Rand-cbs J..' ..finann.i..... House had voted a 12 months today according to a recent in-
of human profit the influence on prices would be far Counter! :Spy iTani.i-aVc t\.. :7ansbelmI.'Izon.. I'. LTon draft, so the two bills had gone Florida was $25,000 Then things ], surance survey. Ii
: beings. Somewhat naturally we \\ bat Makes You Tick-ml* ar.- I..ro-Io) reqe4red. tim ar.- began to pick up and clever lawyers !
= less than most of us realize. In other to Ihr IMI for .\..... _- fit ...1i to a Conference Committee composed that |, The basic policy costs $!fJse.
smile at the belief of other peoples an-1, also Eveningf.OO i avaleiM sue in ifceb.....- ,.i>l..la I of Senators and Representatives ; pointed out money For another $2.55 the amount for
words, profit-which is simply that .. would not buy as much today I'
nlc.nbeTho ...
part -Catholic Radio I I. > i.eI' t..rtlo. leih Jay
naturally they smile at ours. ... .. to woik out a bill agreeable coverage is doubled.] The $25,080-
: Family TUIM-clI 1 ,\_..- ., I'. 194V' .th.rajike j it did a few ago.
I ; of industry's gross income which i is kept rew iVarson, C"mheat-abe I I allli..its ....niiiM..l Ib-rvia with. 1 Ih. I to both houses. It was this as years ;, 50.000 policy costs $33.09 and the
Those:! \\,"ster., Sikit; -mba. I' point to cotton at 5 .w5fesed. They '
; the a. compromise which we had be- $50,000-100,000 is $33.-
by people who own it-is only a dropin I coverage
: :1re..a Summary-abc Ons. ShahcOoled' at Key W..Ff.1
CAPPER QUITS AT 82 .. fore us Saturday night The 'corn $2.50 steak $1 and common': !94.
i the bucket by with *:30-Hollywood, Preview-Jibe : KI *Ma. Ihi.Ii''h .lu: f Ju pro-
comparison: wages, Summer Gu- t Concert cbs It 1t4". visions more closely] resembledthe ] labor $6 as a lot different than j I.I If our courts: are going to continue I

I The cost of supplies. taxes etc. realest. Carter Storr.Detective leer Told-nib-ahNic .*c C.-.T (4,1-RI' SF"L,).,... I Senate bill that that of the when cotton was 5c. corn 50c awarding larger and largcr -

t announcement by Senator Ar- On the retail level the 7:00-Jack Kenny Comedy-nlxt I. R'i!--"" C_Tt j jHy i I House For example. the term of :steak 25c and common ]labor $1.1 damage claims then it is apparent t

.: thur Capper, of Kansas, that he will not be same thing is The Gene .-\,m&rv :Show:; -cb.* : *.-.!> ..__. K. Sawy.r.t'epuI ., .' Service was set at 21 months i Such pleas have made them-!' that most Florida motor- 1
1 abe
Love Adventure
I. true. A number of large food chains have' pia bouse mbs ; .... ) I' the Senate :24 than the i selves felt.] Lower courts have
a candidate for reelection calls attention Mystery > I Enr't E.sq.inabl.s. Jr.. nearer | ists are only "half safe", in some
t reported that they make, as profit less 7:30-Pai O'Brien Drama-aba ,-'tt...-nex for Plaintiff.l .rk'i I House 12 As Congressman Sha- awarded higher and higher sums. cases much less than half.
: to a service which began in 1919 and I'.loinli. and Dajwoodb I limb :t. jnl ':-.-.1. SI'I.
now and these have been sustained by ,
than two cents out of each dollar Hill Goodwin Comedy-abUbrwl I fer commented. appears the ; : i Of course the motorist with I

comes to an end at the advanced age of spent UeUer :l1o.-mt.s:; :II \ Till: ( tlte" IT 4 01 ItT OF ". UK I House conferees did not comproI'I the Supreme Court in a surprising :
i : eighty-two years. with them. Representative variety store 8.00 Sam-The Spade,; Shaw Adv.ntur.-.I Chorale-nbc >, I 1:1.: ':\ lSi: II Jiinri\i. iinrtirr mise, they ca pit ulatro." The number of instances. I I other personal property to speak.
i I- systems report that they duly make five stop the Music Wuu, :-abv I I .> TIII: xr\rt: OF FI.OKIDX.. I time allotted by the majority In their decisions, the Supreme j, ofcangohismerrywaywithht-'
t Senator has The ;Mediation Lloard-..l. IX 551)" FOIt MOMUII4'0l \"T1.l I
Capper had a long and cents. And when it \ ll4, KH,. leadership was one hour. and it 't Court approved the principle of j' tIe concern as to the amount of
comes to o-F..d Allen Comedy-nbcThe I
too ..
( distinguished career, being the present Man Called X-cbsMovies 'a e > ll-l-i: I proved to be sixty minutes of I higher verdicts because of the ; insurance he carries. When be
": many consumers don't know that stores of Comioeutary-mbs \ni. n. 11.:1-"5 and :shrinking dollar. In one particu-'
._ head of the Senate Committee I. I'l.intiff. stimulating thoughtprovoking has an accident. the state will
Agricul- S:4S- mbs
on Twin News Comment-
all kinds have voluntarily reduced themas v.-. \OIMI. : argument There was no i iparty I tar[ case the Court said: I compel him to take out a $5.060
t ture. Without '.OO-JIerr -Go Round-nb ,'IIRI.0TTI1'" n..a.I:,; '
disparaging his contribut- Jilt the Jackpot<-bs iHfm.Iant.OIIIIKIt ]line on this subject. Proponents "Earnnig capacity life expec1tancy. 'policy under the financial res-
eo i in the part of retailing's fight against infla- halter \\inel Time-abe I I dependability] what dol- '| t
I : irt.n field of government one may :Meet Me at l'ark'a-mbs 0. PI ltLlt STIllS and opponents alike a ]:possibility law. but the motorist

; question the wisdom of any individual's tion. What the people should understandis .:Hollywood: l."ommeot-abc TO.'harl..tt May Rcer. were found in both of the major lar will bring and provincial i|I.who. owns his home has a busiI I. ,

that in a competitive free enterprieeconomy I :30-Album Familiar Mu&ic-olx> I:; |jik.. Strel.orwifh. : parties. With time running out.I'I economy are primary factors that ness and has something to J lose
::.; serving in the legislative halls at such an Strike It Ilich.amas-.bo vtuiz'/ ; cbs I :\ .i..nnetjcel.T..u ; the House approved this version i actuate a jury in formulating its !;''is taking a mighty big chanceif
I Superstition .....
.1. to
prices are as low the cost of are \ required appear "
C as Its a Living i Show-mbs of the Draft in the belief that 'verdict. j
age. ,
c., the .:ill for Ittxoree filed againxion j. he fails to heed the present
= doing business! permits. And the merciless 10:00-Take: It or i.eaitnba > in the -u*>*. ..t> le_ cause on orInforethe further objections might have Just to give you some idea of : and does take to
trend not steps
I eL Kansas Senator is not the only Mu-key Rooney tOry-eh. aCts .Ia> ..f J..l>. .,. It.I' awards .
force of competition takes care of those ('ome"y'rlten Show-aba .". .oinerwi the atk-nallaso. prevented any legislation] on this : how damage are mounting I see that he is adequately protected.
i man to hold office in the Senate Voice* ct Strintslubs10:30Horare ; in Dade County alone the |
: at an advanced taine4 therein will be take .* <-.i- subject at this session. No doubt I in _

age. There have been others but I who work on the all-the-traffic-will-bear Drama Heidt Series ShownbcEscape -cbs f eeml.l.'ne and Isrd1 at Key \\..." there will be many radical] alterations ]- 'I suit of Joseph \Vtdltqh j I' This column may read like a j

:.: we cannot help believing that there should I principle.The Commentary Gazette; on-Movies mb* -abcClary's .....rld.&. thin rith U> of June A. made in this draft law i
iO:4i l>. till. by the next Congress. 1 pany. the State Supreme Court ;! but it isn't meant to be. Instead -
-To C!* Announced-abe
::- be some retirement age for Cong. essmen. I M:00-News & Variety I Z brs.-EboXew (<'ir.-uit noun('..un C Seal Sawyer.*. And so it was far on into the ;affirmed; the Circuit court ver-i I it is intended to acquaint motorists -

Fulbright Bill provides $20 millionto *. Variety.i Dance 2 hn.
;: In the middle ages the word be spent in the next 20 years in China's *.and Dance bane Band, lland 2 hrs.-abcXews. -tubs :
girl was educational field. What about 12:00: -Dancing Con 1 inutd-atic-m csl Clerk. propriated.: The justifiable pay J award was affirmed in the case j jof think about. Paying a $25.000 to (

jspelt: gurle. Now it is spelled gal. our own illiterates farhl" C'qu'n.I..... Jr.. raise was granted to postal and John E Hargorve against the i S.. .t'09 suit with onlv a $5,090 or j

Your HoroscopeSATURDAY. Jun.Stt.4mic*t.; \jul for I-1W-I7.Plaintiff.1S4V! j federal Civil Service woikeis J Florida Power & Light com- j, $10.000 policy to fall back on is
i The created Heart Institute 1 pany. j
r8 A self-centered individual is I newly not very funny for the poor guy
one who WAR ALWAYS POSSIBLEWe IN Till: CIH4'I IT 4'0l MT OF Till. was given $500.000: to commence The high point was reached ; who happens to have his tail in
thinks that you art interested in his views JUNE 26. 1948- : .I:\ :>TH JlltMltl. lltt< IIT ]I functioning The objec-I recently when the State Supreme j
the crack.
OF Till: ST tTl: 4>F II.< I III
his opinion of others and the state of his Today indicates a contemplative I'I"" ....: I lit >" tionable income tax on compen- '::ourt approved a $100,000 ver- :

:- health. have a very high regard tor nature sometimes a deep and IN (115511 lass:itS.N.. II-4AI "T"I I II sat ion to disabled veterans did not become tar .Johnson the Goodyear all U. S. exports
against cent of
Admiral Chester \V. Nimitz' whose penetrating mind. With opportunity ';I:..R.l;I: I-.AU.VK ) per
great I'Uinliff. | In the last few hours of the Fire & Rubber Company. went to the British Empire.
contribution to our victory in the Pacific there is great success. The vv, 01% OKI BI i Verdicts i
23 bills gradually
In session some were passed going up
pre-war 1910 ..
I money income of the dangerous tendency is toward KI'XA .n, I! RXKY. !:
has I and 14 billion dollars. .ire proving mighty tough de-I -
: people of tho} i not yet been recognized by manyAmercans IH-fen.Unt. : were j Neon
United States was over I excesses in life at the table; per 4lllltlll OF I'lHI.HIION appropriated in the last few minf' ''endants.: The Herald cites one ALBURY and SON Servic!

T.: 70.0O.OOO.UOO.() Last I but we cannot agree with his conclusion haps. When this TO I I utes. This of 'recent case that involved the !
year reaching $197.- is curbed, the .:.1_ ori.s Rarney. cramming legislation. W.e Specialize in.AU'p j
:- 000000000. At the I that there won't be another war. character. : generally turns out very ::'i1al4r>._ St.. after months of ]leisurely present time it '
hasT .
The Admiral that. it takea well. ix.ver., New ll.mpxhire.Ton ... 1 meetings was a poor commentary 'hat particular case, the jury and Lighting Stripping 6-1831
reached 210000000.000 I says are n reb> re; lr 4 In apiiear
and! is increas- il i.. in; Kill for l.h...'. -.. filed. a5a'n..t on the orderly processes of s[warded damages to the amount i if I :\. .._.._... 5511k AtyKr 1

..: hig.; Of course most of these earnings I 'huge industrial might to wage war" and SUNDAY JUNE 27, 1948litre yon in the a........ MjitJjse nnor : Congress as a deliberate] body I <> $27.500 to the person injured! .,. Sseat ............

_: to the government in go that he doesn't think "any country is in a is a loving and trustful nature I*. before IHS. otherwise the rlh -aIW-ration f July. A. I am afraid that the future ;".m' t>y his automobile. The defend ; !I.E C" ... CASI- MOSCY .

taxes either through position to muster that might." which may not gain much cu..iam..4 therein will be taken. _.1 reveal that the haste of the race .int thought he had adequately j -- --- -
_:: wages or business profits. which in turn knowledge of life and of human -nfes-5e4. for adjournment resulted In-
Of iHt.xE *x,. ni>icnKr' -' "..j ;
:_ are lent or given outright to the anti-Com- course, no !small nation could standup I f weaknesses and is very liable] to uFtArWa.. thB Sith:: enator and Congressman did. ; Tour Grocer SELLS That Good .

against;; a large industrial power but be deceived. It is a feminine nature *. |.'. 154'S.ICitemliC V of weak and loosely drawn lecislation I ''Homeward plod his Weary" I Iway.
: munist governments of Europe, while millions where two nations, engaged in though capable of consid- P.C..!" Saae.r.'l.rk !Wan ';" I and. in other rases in'' i ." Mv wife had ]loyally 1, STAR BRAND

:: of m'n. women and children are ill- controversyare erable power. The affections; are of. .the .'........ OMKt. the failure to enact r.ti-dod and i watched from the galleries .,11., J

r rl.id. ill-housed and about evenly matched, there will always too warm and the passions too -,>-,<> FToreBre'MHity.t:.FlnrMa.r.f Snwrer.n far reaching measures of imi i night and sbe was as n-Ilevt'tll j AMERICAN COFFEE

ill-nurtured in this the be one or the other willing to gambleon stormy for such an incautious ..,. fterk.Knri .. I portaoce. I1 nd happy as I wizen at last wo. j and CUBAN : .

H. ..wealthiest country in the world. a "quick'id ry." deposition, unless carefully con- 4ttAmev<|_ Eii(..,r PlatavHM.nM... Jr.. I Several hours after the eartrjlfav.Ti j : war c_* toward home aol t't'uned I -Try A Pound Today-

trolled. _ __ ___.&.J&. alto 21. juL 3-&,-27 :',." of a sunamer matming sad s iIftp.


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Here's: How Delegates Demonstrated When .

Favorites Were Placed For COP Nomination I II


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a recent luncheon of The "
New York.
ct this orphaned European girlI
representative ieen-aqer reveal her trust that American
invited to spear about friends will save her trom ttr--
'. You can share In helping
's and their aqe i to save millions ot hunt ctnt-
The girls had some- dren In war-torn lands by contributing -
worth while to sav so to the Crusade ft
other kids would like j Children of American Overseas
pick up the pitch. Here are Aid-United Nations Aperil fir
Children State Treafurrfr, W. 11.i .
of the
dop3 straight
; Barnett Harriett National Conk,
I th.. kids' hen cooo: So'ak- i Jacksonville Honda.
I on 'How We Look". Mary
o! N. Y says:
i . Blue Jeans are used now Dutch Lost Trib

while painting furniture or

mount-:iiina. Wf are i i Is Traced To Eire
to forget the days of con-

I language: and brother's i READING Pa.- : On dotes we want defective work bv D- .Alfred .
clothes . boufan' L. Sho.'makE'r'II .
ii'r of
'.als bare shoulders and
the Desks County lbci'w.ccl i So
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city lure.-has disilosicl "
.1 lostribt" :
v sports we dress as simply
: of Pennsylvania Dutch livme -
> oossihlchil" t" nmdiptse*
in County Limt'rit..k. Eie,
short .. tailored bat'iins
More than
DI GATES V.'ITI POSTEKS AND STATE SIGNS tarn the aisles cf the RepubUcaa 200 years ago tn;
tribe tried to 'E'adtmelCn
coziition hall in Philadc'phia ui a mammoth demonstration for Gcv. Tr-onn, E. Dewey .' hiir is u IF&1H v','rn freedom
;Yc. who was selected en the third ball after being the first to be pieced ia ntnination ('(. Knsth- HHb" nlrl.-d sidetracked in IXrkCounh' bat
were Now Ma:;oi
pre ncy. The speaker's stand U shov-n at- the left in the above photo.DEMONSTR.t7'ION clutts'read with unn:4-easorv John F. Dav,. of Keadm" mm-
cornet m>-' \\e out it nc .
self of Welsh descent
is extendlives
FOR TAFI' WS SCENE OF 1SLI1LVU very special Ua1 ,-". Our make .
iog on in-it.tln to rcpe e;a
I' simjle-lift.tiek end pt.'VI- to visit thcm. and county

during the bicintt-nrml c-Hc.tr
*l IHH'I.l say tint an 1hifn-t lion which reaches is peak Auusi :--
11.. t"na t..J gird like, to 24
di b,'t ,"h..1 tlf *e< n-aod MY.nt Known' Pala'ine. n-emJj"".
,. ih teen 1\I..1 url 'n v--nary" of th.. group left the Rhine .'.'-
Macl.jusht-n.! ftf Ker-ire. .
gion in 1703 and arrived 111 L .n-
C.nn. eNplaininc "lk.-v You don enrtnite to Anienra On ;
ok To Us" (nicinm ..t1111t... there Dr. Shown..kri rv'at.", t.:.
(iff. --'iMng: immigrants awpitpd Fhit.. t.",'.
Ri" ptin.ihilit.inH C"\P them to America to join .."Omna" -
mv the highest -rrit.n. he- iuts "hu h.t ...-Hlm nkn..t
n those of my act group.nd the shores of the Sc.Kivlk'11 and
:- f.f :>f>uis.. Ptih;.pr v st of eii'Xlt Rivers BeiK C tnly. P,.,
flo n..t have traaeil: *' slap us Due to a lack of sapping spc
the face but each kt'n-3"t'r he continues!. "thev wet t I a t' -
oOJ\t' tle 'ree. knov ",frn'thinti ported acroes the'Irish S:',: !.:
,rn a. tIt's t ..teh.: and ft-cr. the Fnctp-ti and tsiablsi ..:
,,".'i\ lucent in n" --'crxri'diSpiuntleO : colony in County Lml."nd \\ he..'
with ailulU N-- they live today,**
they ere not wiling to From 1700 until W :years pc,'.
a= i A; MI nd tnoneheie: it i; n'-atlwt vvlun;: the Let "In..hPenrn-vl-
1 i nt''v.' high Mhonl still is only Sonia Dutchman w'r*,* *p<.ki. the
..'"' nt . .tt't n aptrs ore an language died the group r ':1'nt"
with the tduhnmmunity meviU.bl '
its .identity. This wa
-r8ue :IIaintn .ncnas- Dr_ Shoemaker cxplant-O because .-
ducn'ional budget the 'nigrantj writ tneonlv
Ho\\ Die V.e Bth:.M-'" Prottslanti. !n a solid t'aJiolic -
Stoneham tell von community. Tuuay.1::: I'uia
. We arc noisy. Parties are lines are conspicuous onlhv a
.. '. U .lj>noe. t;.lk. cat sjrJcnokies slight Rhine scctrt: and l>\ .,a>.
and potato chip.. serv':n5 their ..,ld cu tutnfl ...ishuulng
1 er cokes and airt'T the New Y ..i :'
THIS IA GENERAL VIEW cf the wild cccne en the door of line Eepubhcap national we drink in
Oh. and we sing ba1Iad -- - ---
tion Philadelphia during the demonstration far Senator Robert A. Taft cf Ohio. \-'S.
method."p' 'Fi.tnkie and Johnn>- and old Not ] Deal
cut thetcmni his name was placed ia nomination for the presidency alter the Dewey Pay,
"!; tike Theie Is A Tavern
strationTtft withdrew his name when the awing to Dewey started en the second ballot. st-
th Town. We arc all iehn' ATL-XXTA Gay WhiU p trti -

ILONDR lf :V BOVTDRLSSQ DE.tlNS'fR.tTING FOR 41'1SSEtt in mu u', A surpi i-m num- ;.vms tl:.: I'''':' ..f-n.ttntc(.r

of U5 prefer rla-'sirs to tjzr. bulling j ...1-.. tur in ..n .:n.rft:urpiny
"I must admit that wa very Mrs FJt-nor i.hlh..I.m.;
do things that seem f'lvo SR collapsed cud t.u' .itiutiici
Doesn't generation?
every thought it was a part of the pl ty
we are certainly not all A phv s!r;an was calV _I anti
delinauents. We have
own code cf ethics that Iset

\ our manners and mor-
Heavy drinking and heavy the Cons'*"s and parli,.nnnt
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are pretty much out, and mini trigs of the w< Tli World We'iv Ge.tine BiMbaia Kaudtr of "xnnervu!,'.
What \\.. Want" d.K.,nt suit N. cpeakmg .>n "Th Con
n<' Rosen who >avTonuHinw >: Jr.unilYv.e L:vs. In." l>*.Ii.,vts that
4 A --r pet hap the Wine teen aiders have nroth mOl t- s DMthjn '
diseased and polluted will they: get credit for The an
thrown into our 1op3. like a tallying for a better way of lift
baby anti young people T v trying to clo s wrtethm about
o\ .'i the world lna..OJrt' of the towns they live in ;.'.1 helping -
responsibility towards it. therr-lv and the towns '"t
We want to understand find the itsd to batter Iiving.I .
; : : h other and help each other .,
1tJ! people get t Id enough t,'

4r thru- s 'nat perspc H s the.tieI ,pretty: often

I do not -lip\r hots u-vc : I (You may write Vivian Brownin
'hat the t.ntllo' 't. 'n '.t" aop.l. care of this paper about news
should anti dn '.tt.' of own )
ruse up your gang.
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IN SAILOR PANTS AND A BLUE JACKET Nanette Batchelcr of Los .'\

a boat tlough s sea cf de-noiulratcrs for Harold E. SUvsen on the floor of th_ Republican '
el !cnve too. Supporters of the former Minnesota governor wave banners urging his I !
tiou for te presidency 1

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FARMER iDGAR RODEMAN AND HIS HELPER. William Hazelhorst pick up shocks JO WALKER. Miss A oenra cs !4t! *= ri ;;.:...
with a iwpat in the flooded Osage river area near Osage Bend. MOo Hazelhorst forks Hummel look over their wedling g.*** **> hard 00

from the bolt to Rodeman on the wagon. Rodemin has saved 23 acres of grain by this Memphis. Tenn. They are t* k* tnirw. vcuc'JJ"I" 1.


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Seek Divorces 1 j I d11I' "" "" 'll1.\ 1ti
Garden Club I'

Mccls CLASSIFIED ADS Petitions seeking divorces j i N.C.C.S.
Tuesday were filed yesterday in the officeof 1021 Dural Street I j ji {
Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. I f
The newly organized Garden !f Sawyer by Carl R- Rogers I| DEFENSE

Club of Key West will hold an Charlotte May Rogersand PROGRAM
election of officers in the Information for the Aihrrliscrslh t
Key i, by George Barney against ; dllt6'ufwuhIwlglahl1 n.IRI IIUIII IIIII '
West Woman's Clubhouse at 3:30 i .ATt FOR REea t.aR .ad r"'U'T '1 Edna Doris Barney. j I SATURDAY'' '
p. m. Tuesday. June 29. I B'." h.FAtac T' PRdr.rti..nent fnymrat for rlaavifivd advertisemm i
I i.. ij< Hi\arlaM in ad- ambut F I :.00 P.hI-Boxing Trains
A sale of small plants will be ;
Subscribe to The j
i I uad.r this head rrrnlar advert i r with l<-l-r mejoontii +
and those having small I .. ,.. .. 1:00 P.M6:00 P.1t.-Dq
held : trill i. la .rte4 In Th. 'j" ar ma have their .
plants are asked to bring them :3 I, ral. ......( :.- ...rot f.-r .?*..h ...na. .- menf. .- . .* l. .herl'I HELP WANTED-MALE I' Rooms. Showers for DUQi
'rtl.-n .I the- minimum rlutriro f rth pi ni.n'ATioHKtiii.iM-: .
to the clubhouse. finer U: ...rd. ..r !-. is :..... T.. jn.nre ,.....Ii..I...... c..pr must I r SUNDAY :
Th. rat*.for Markfar. l,_ in ;.. a Kr in The citizen ..rrk'e wr"re 11ociork I, GOOD PAY WHILE YOU 10:00 A.Communion 3tt5
a-.rd. . I h. mi..hnum charge forthe I in the mvrnintf "f the day i fast WhitehatClub.. l&Sfc
first 1* Kurds i* iic.i vf publication. I LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE "
Apply To JT'( (1Applications \I i High School Graduates. .choose Base <_nd Sunday. -
I : 1:00 P.M. Pict1 c. Swranmi
Here's an offer -
i your now j :
for marriage li- i All ad..rti.ing ta ar et'led under the fnll..wtnyr.ndttt..n.: In the Tor .valuable ex- {' Pool Wiener Roast fAl)
; good
event.f .rr..r I" a.l.ertii..t:. tranairnt .. ...r..I. T. e''it-n w.il her".I.I. '
censes were filed yesterday in. .. ....Iy '.., Ih- first .nt.ertion IA t la..iti.d .h..rl..I"II;. an.l ID per cn('('. .an srHired future ,; in advance. '- "
the office of County Judge Ray- iIt-pia of 1r '.....r..i"K '..r only. Ih.. 5.-fUel ampnnt....... ..i.. apav..x..up.ed by the I The U.s. Army Technical i\J Information services faostni.
Ihe a.a.rrt..m. at.-
part nt the-
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mond; R. Lord by Noah F. Pol |I School Plan will start you off |eity maps. ,. f 6.
lock :!2, of Hallandale and Joyce i j .- .- .- -. -. .- -. -. -. .- -. -. .-. -. -. .- .- .- .- .- .- in the trade you choose.and \ Religious literature j'Hsnij

Gandy. 17, of Davie: by Robert FOR RENT FOR SALE 'I you can qualify before you en- j| telephones, stamps, wrai Ing"and
L Eustache. :!5. of the U. S Navy ; -- -- list It's a real chance to get j mailing packages, rail y, > ,.

and Angela E Bonazzo. 28. of j I: Completely fug niched house. Apply Washing: machine $30.00. 903 ahead for high :school graduates '{ press: service laundry fck-api.
227-B Poinciana place and by Ar- rear 914 Packer Street. DuvaV Street. jun2 l-3tx between 17 and 34. Get the i j available to all dcfcnf Jtonxt

thur J A Rhoden. 21. ot the U.I jun21-6lx I full facts from your nearest and their families I -

S. Navy end Emma L Davis :! Late model waohm.dlinc, U.S. Army & U.s. Air Force i I MRS. E. S. COUIHLC\,J

oi 85-2 Poinciana place 1.1 I Charming House for the right new gears and rollers. $65.00. Recruiting Station at 25 N.E.J: Executive Jecretarr

---- I people. Gardens. Telephone Can be seen at Tony's Auto 3rd Street Miami. Choose thcj 1 MISS HILDA CASTLLQ,.

439-R. jun. -tx : Body Shop 603 Greene Street I school you want now! j r zetarl. -

Key West In i I Two-room house for rent. Completely jun236lLot j J-l-jun26-4t :I WANTED .I. r .-,."-

1m m.lIN. $65.00 per 48x50.: corner of Duval and i FOR SALE

Days Gone ByAS month. Children no pets. 713&ker's Louisa Streets. Good locationfor ', Home for two f:mafi -p ,
Lane. jun:6-t. a home cr business Two I Electric ice box. almost new. 1214 i Call 1114-J.

TAKEN"FROM FILES Of blocks from city bathing beach. I I Von Phister. Phone 1539-J. after ? _

THE CITIZEN OF House. Two adults no I"'to.1 j Price $2500.00.. ; Call 25.. 6. jun25-2tj.I GARDEN SUPIUES 1i
Phone .. -l\I. jun26-6tx ;
JUNE 26. 1938 i jun23-4t :
BOAT OWNERS. number 2 pitcher J
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS i See new shipment of }Dung too;
City council this morning helda I 3-burner gas stove, apron back pumps. $5.85. .j I! Birds. beautiful tofluoise and
i RED HAND boat pa"1'-
special meeting at which a resolution Furnished apartment. 3 rooms goad condition $:0.00. Gardenia $4.65 gallon. $1.30 quart. Me-1'j cobalt blue coloring at -Kw

was adopted providing j I and bath. Maid and janitor! plants. 50c up. 919 I Hardware- 602 Francis 1 West Garden and lawn Supw
for the contributiun of $1.000 to ,service linens and utilities' Southard Street jun:a-2tx Street Phone 1433. jun25-3t :: Co- 914 Fleming Street K.ji
the Overseas Highway celebration furnished. Summer rates. Coral I I I i West Goldfish HtJquartml

fund.A Hotel Apartments. opposite'Post Bungalow small store building'I I Gibson Frigidairc. 7-cubc-Ioot in i! ji { jun232lj
Office. ; and lime grove on four nice
jun25-H1xi Rood condition. Will sell far
citizen's committee has been lots size 50' x 120' each, in good I ;i j WANTED TOBOT
I $125.00. 2535 Staples Avenue
named to decide on the most ap- 3 apartments available at 4111 section This can be bought on Phone 1581-n jun24-3Us
propriate site for a beach along William Street. jun6-12tx It easy terms. Johnson & Johnson. I : Wanted. Cut Hjir-tfe pay t Jo

the south shore Raul's Beach, I Phone 372. junl-tf 5 dollars per ouncj depending:
i One 15-foot lynan 22 h.p. John- ]i
the committee says: is considered i 1' Furnished apartment, adults no'! outboard and trailer. Inquire on length. color std cosdrtiea

to offer better conditions for pets. Co''l'n ('nlTs. $50.00.1 j 500 sheets, &'_ x 11. white newsprint eon Key West Boat Yard. i j of hair. Send fuHenfti.Fam-
the building of a beach, as there I'I 120 Florida Street. Ph 25c. Ait man Press Citizen jun24-tf i pic. Lock Box I Ok!Key,We*

t< much sand in that locality. 1003-W. jun I7.nl'l Building Phone 51. I' Fla. iun2l-ltx: '
The committee comprises Cai I
jun7-15t Lady bicycle balloon tires, basket -
Hcrvaldi. Lieutenant Edward I Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. j i etc. One Whizzcr motorbike I have a very clean ear to Made
McCarthy. B. Curry Utilities furnished. I j down jbn '41 to *4Ij
1\Iorcno.I Couple only.Apply Dol.'rn1i1n Pinseher. male black new paint chrome fcnd-j I as payment ,
Homer Herrick. Fred Knapp and 915; Windsor Lane. model that w cquafty clean
and tan. five months old oversized scat. steel cabled j
I perfect (ors j r.
Albert Franklin Albert. jun l-tf markings. Brought up r bctts. Phone ......J. j 1 Will pay differenci if car suits
with children. jun24-3ts I Contact C. McOeHan PeSt -
Five boys arrived in Key West: Efficiency I Completely Base. jun23-3tx
apartments couples house-broken. Registered A. :I| j 1385. Navy ...
Saturday from Columbus, Ga. onbicycles only. Paul's Tire Shop. \
K. tires, !
C. Champions. 1 Motor Bike lights new
a trip of 1.000 miles. l'ational1 II : treadle
Second-hand ewing
jun23-ltj rna-
I' Champions end International 1 speedometer, basket 1949 Iitense. j
The boys remained here two | chine. Write or phone. 'OcctiI -
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Champions in pedigree. Phone $100.00. C20 Georgia
days and then sailed for Havana Furnished apartment adults .110 i 790. Extension 312. Lt. Coindr.Hamsay. Street jun246txPressing j pant. 45; Rest Beads' 15224.I .

taking their bicycles with pets. Conveniences. $6: .OO. j jun25-2tx jun26-3tz
them. 1214 Dural Street Phone I
1003-W. jun21-3tj t II Club good business op- j I .
C03 Duval Streettjun236ts i
White outside white portunity.
I'>uis Dion. employed in the I ena i FOR SALE USED. CARS
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Social Security bureau in Three-room apartment hot and I mel. $2.75 per gal. 5"

ine on, arrived yesterday \\'a.'h-j cold Fly-go. 29c ocr qt. DD.T'I
water icfrial-ration.
Very ; Co 846 Olivia cor. 12-fwt dinghy. For information : 1937 Packard Six. for-dor scdaB.i .
it his parents Mr. and \
t'Sirahle.pply 1 Virginia
j St. I i Good mechanical condi tkii.
J. Dion and other relatives. Phone 1507. junl4-tr appl102& Virginia /-
Street Apartment Six. or i "
Phone I304-M between five jun26-3tx !} $235.00. Can be seen at TonI .. ", *

Samuel Drudge left "yesterday and seven. jun26-2tx | HELP WANTEDMALEBE Unfurnished house with lot I i Auto Body Sbop.k. jlL...34it ;
to spend two weeks visiting relatives -
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House and half. For information -
in MiamiMr. Furnished apartment new gas i A SPECIALISTIN story write P.O. Box 442. j! 1935 Chevrolet. 713! Eaton. St.
range electric refrigerator continuous -. AVIATIONIn
Key West. jun261tNew 1 i junl43tzIOldsmobile
and Mrs Frederick E. hot water. Monthly j ii fast world, the way to move 1I I I .I

Welch and daughter. Miss Netta Phone 213. jun26-U fast is to learn one of the skills Elein 5 Kp. outboard mo ( 6cderTde1

Welch who had bccn'isitin: ;: I and trades demanded by the 1 tor. Still in crate. Apply rear I 1937. 4 new tifcand, tabes.
here three weeks returned yesterday FOR RENTAPARTMENTSAND future You have a chance 19 II
1012 Varcla, uJ>jtain. I Excellent runiir CQI\Iitj6Ja.
to their home in Miami COTTAGES 1 learn . move up fast . and 1 junf..1tx ; A-l' all around Navy CPO

I draw good pay while '.ou're doing being transfcrrci'to f sea duty

Miss Margaret Dion who has Furnished cottage and apartment. it! IlcreVi how. If you'rea Furniture. limed oak bedroom I will :sell for $49 ,O. 368 Margaret -

just completed her freshman Apply 1123 Margaret Street high st"hal graduate between suite, studio couch, easy chair Cottage -E". ." .
scar in nursing in Providence Phone 8 6-J. jun21-6t 17 and 34 years old. you can select coffee table end tables. Duncan I jua23-SIX

il, pital Washington, arrived I j the specialized Aviation I Fife (SH) mahogany table ;
yesterday for a two weeks stay 2-bedn-.m furnished cottage, all- training your prefer: qualify BEFORE maple breakfast set rug. For i
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. electric kitchen $110.00 per you enlist, nnd 1)(' sure call 3124. :11939 Chevrolet cape $354/69,
Fred J. Dion. month. 3-1. ir"ol11 furnished: of that training. It's availableto I' jun26-3tx I I Eaten Street jur: -1tx

second floor apartment $97.50 you under th:? U.S. Air Force

Mrs. Louise Higss arrived per month. Phone 1185-R.; Ii j Aviation Career Plan. Get the 33' commercial fishing boat, two i iGlb 1337 Packard. 2-
S fitj.rfday from Miami for a stay mornings. jun24-26-2tx full facts all details at your s' Sea Skiffs one! new uoholsteryt $375. Waft-
nearest U.S. & U.S. Air er. 722 Love Lane. behind
of two weeks with relativesToday I Army U-Driv-'Em.
I Cottace. ..1J- 'I.tI"Kh..t wjifiyr. !J Force Recruiting Office at 25J G'lm'l I miniature golf iuurse. Fleming
j son Bight.
The Citizen says in an j I Couple only. Apply near 1012 1 N.E. 3rd Street Miami. Fla. i I I Street. jun262tzREFRIGEIATION

editorial paragraph Varcla: Ull.ta Js. juiC6-Hx J 21un216xRetired .
: I Piano. $ 5.00. New strings pad; i "-
"Key West is the best place to I: -FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I springs felts excellent etmdltiun. I i j!

spend :your money if Key Westis j AND ROOMS chief petty .f it"'r. fuSl- Also folding bed. lady's :,j .
I I time position as janitorsupervisor |IIi Hvlbrvok Kef r inflation Sennet.j
where you make it or expect i ito dresser, kitchen furniture. New I j Work
I Ships Sen'InPhone j domestic and trofcmerciaL
make it. ;
The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming i j Charles Hotel Phone 362. I on
---- i 690 U.S. Naval Station guaranteed fro estimate
Street has a pulmanetJe aptj I I jun25-3tx jun26-Itx !; repair. Call 7JW.MISCELLANEOUS.
.3tflt11111llIIIH/11t111111111111IiftullIiIIAUa11u1111fpWhat's /
and several sleeping rooms vacant. j ,i jun5-&tx
Low weekly; or monthl I I I HELP WANTED Davenport bed. overstuffed chair:; ;
Doing I -
I! and stool, occasional chair
rates. ja n2-tf i j
at the i ookcasc aril two small tablcs. I
ARMED SERVICES FOR RENT-ROOMS 'Honest and reliable man or woman 36-2 Poinctana. j ji i Washers irons. Vacuums and

Y.M.C.A. to make house to house jurC5-3tx i I fans repaired. GBriai-t, Phone

OVERSEAS HOTEL contacts for our studio. Evans, I. i 1164-M. j\l11l.tf
Square. Whitehead 917 Fleming Street 509 Southard Street Corner lot 101 feet on Fleming !, t
and Southard Street 50 on Margaret. Two!I Uoli ciperU.
Streets Weekly Rates jun=I-U I j, Flour sanding by
NIlJilinallllllD11l1l1UllllllUlIJllllmllP $G.OO to $10.00 without Bath buildings, two garages and vacant : Free estimates liven Pause

$12.00 to $15.00 with Bath Gentlemen or ladies: Clean cutgood lot Will sell reasonably. i 163, or call at 711 Carol=ine St.junlS4f.
Saturday Apply 1311 Eliza Street I
junl-lf appearance for top notch j I,
8:00 P. M.-Movies.
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10:15 P.M. Juke laying work direct selling.
Box Dancing on I MJ-
Clean. comfortable warn Rea Full training to every employe. For adoption: K-IttltlS- Also
the patio. sonable. Whitchead, opposite Earn while learning. Write Youth bed. maple excellent eonI j tear kitten. 2S| Staples \-e.

9:45 A. M. Sunday f Court IIvl.l.o,{ Box 1195 c/o Citizen. |I I dition. $35.00. Phone 1157-hit Ihone 1551-11. t jun24.tS

sion Group.-Java Club discus- jun21-23-2-3tx jun24-3t I II I jurC5-31x':: ,.
- ----- Caroline Sb 'p. 2J{ Ann Str< J I:00 Parties.M-"Go" o to CHURCH I HELP WANTED-MALE HELP WANTED-FEMALE t I Meat display ease. 8 ft In Jllnri'' will remain pci through Jw

3:00 (! condition. Reasonable. I.VK with -asmgstock! of nc1r.inc'xpl'n"n' .
Hour selections BE .\ SPECIALIST Ni-wton Strict. un234txWrapping I for **
I>. ; ) colons 2J
enjoy having money
announced. I j ____ ._
I IX AVIATION I .",. .' From
9.00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on i Then you will enjoy fully the !; --I I \ 1lnd di.I5ins.
the Patio. Community Singing In a r"std.. the way to move money y m can make as a partj j paper c.f various sizes. t.. 5 d..i1v.N,"t-it Thursday and
Beatrice Moreno at the fast is to learn on.IOf the skills: time Avon Representative Artman Press. Phone 51 { Stuidi.s afterntt.ru.

Piano. I I and (Jules demanded by thefuture' Pleasant friendly work for _.__ jun21-7t .Jlin26-Sts
10.00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. + You have a chance to good pay. For intt'n'lrwTlle 'i; --- -- -- -- ---- - - --

G. S. O. meetings 'Girls' Ser-1 learn .move up fa-..t.an l stating address to n..tndtdn- j

\ice Organization), every 2nd j draw good pay while ,'..u'l"( doing accr. P.O. Box 1101 West Palm ;1 -
and 4th Monday. I it! Here's: how: If ',ou'n' J Beach. Florida juc 1-12t I Something New.Se1II'Y

Game Room: Chinese Check-i high school graduate Iwtween J

ers chess cards, ping-pong pool, I 17 and 31 years old. you can so- ) Seamstress. Steady work. Collins 'I kith BL, iL'1'Y
w riling desks, library current lect the ;..pt't'iahzl'inatl'n 505 Duval Street. I

magazines various games, t training you prefer qualify BEFORE jun26fitsLANDSCAPING
etc. i you enlist. and be sine For Asphalt Tile Floors .

Showers, tennis rackets golf' of ,hat trammsIt's availableto I

clubs fishing lines, cameras, you under the U. S. Air Force _

checking service film service Aviation Career Plan. Get th Power mowers for rent. Whips'or PLASTICA No. 3
mailing and wrapping packages.I full facts all details at youincaiest reels. Reasonable. lrd- I' I

receiving messages, phone booths. U.S.rm & U.SIr j low's Landscaping Co.. Phone ) :
stamps, railway express ervicc, Font Rtcruitang Office at 25 I 748-W. jun24-6ti; Eliminates ifaxing Easily.f/ /i>
available to SERVICE PERSON. IKEL I N.E. 3rd Street. Miami.STORAGE I Dries Quick To .1 (susoft...%''itl Knith
; J2-jun26-4t I FOR SALE OR LEASE i
Le>leigh DavisDirector.Gerald SOLD BY I"I

icctor. PInder-Program Di- I Tip home Top with Bakery two and apartments adjoining :, Key West Floor Co.
Lillian Weaver Secretary. | Red Erick Storage Co. Furnitureor J Bakery doing a nice business. I Covering

Doreen Cruz Information j commercial. Phone ;98. tjunltIl 915 Eaton Street, Phone 895-R. ; 132 DUVAL STREET

Desk Aide. 1 jun22-5U I -. -- PHONE 1454
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BEN NY' s : : TROPICAL TRADER i. WHERE TO BUY II When 0 nd certain ther product U to doubt bur or U u service to WBM U* OM4..IHIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU

..: Motor t Court! .S 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 ..................................:.........: ........ .......: .............................................

: 909 Sinionion Sf. '. ', if I I EI I WE REPAIR ITI! CRAIG
OwnershipMansg ment '. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS t S W E SELL I T I > ,

'. of BENNY FERNANDEZ ,. ., I PIriily of Action Toys for the Children We Will Call For and Deliver WHITE STAR .: Service Station
Serving . SEE OUR SO YearsExperience: la Electrical Work ,
BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 SHOWING of Electrical Appliances : ; CLEANERS J. It. BRADY. M.o g.r PHONE 8Ut ,

.4 .LUNCHEON.DINNER. S 11:30 8:30 to 2 : ................................................. J.LCa/.1.. 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE Marco Mesa. J.. Prop. : Francis and Division. Streets :
:........... .. ................... ,..........." ELECTRIC 701 DUYAL STItEET. Tires TIIMM! 1 II..rif'fJul.|., A(rras ori*. ..:.
The Best of Steaks. : ; : 41 822 SIMONTON STREET Dealer" :
Short Orders-Sandwiches: HOME. SUNDRY STORE i ............................................ ......."Yout.....PURE... ..OIL...and....CASOUNE..........:...........
'I S At All Hours : : :..........a.......... ...................... IJrJ'pl1Ii"lf; : ............................................
: TROPICAL Try Our Frozen DRINKS :' : "Your Potronago Invited" :. PRITCHARD :. .: RUSSELL'S ': 24 and-HOUR' 'r SERVICE, : ADIATOR' { SERVICE. I :

Open 8 A.M.Daily to and Midl I-'Il"Y': : .: tee Cream .I r roprirtaryHedicin. : FUNERALHOME : : : Free Delivery) Pick-Up Service and : NOW AVAILABLE ,

.................h........ : Sick: HtHHit Supplies Scluiol Supplies : : : DRY GOODS : SUITS for MEN ,: e :inl (,li'itniiip OI"IHrir i ;; o tr:1 Q I'liiffiinf! 2
: Toilet'reHlTalions and Article : : l : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : and WOMEN' : .4 re'g AUTO AND
..................o............................... : : S Mado-t' I M : .

..: ..................... ':............................................... : let Thop SerreH'ir. ,, ., PHONE 373 :: PHONE-" ea..ure:9 282 603 OS GHEEKE: STHEf BODY SHOP :2 I:

\: MUMFORD I { and I ROSS : ." Serre Best SocializingJ33 ...................... ..................s..........................

G 0 M E Z .: 220 DUVAL STREET :. WE \VENEVER: in ...................... .!..........................aa .................. ,
BETRAYED: A TRUST- : : 1 HE\FrY .' -
FURNITURE CO : Eon/mire Monroe. County Distributors forCarrier l JJ'T and CAROLYNOvcruas I
: WE WILL ulnclt S : : SHOPP") : -
\.: 720 DUVAL STREETJtnrulf : : Air-Conditioning : : : LO P EZ Hotel 919 ricmitg St. e. I I IlOlSEIIO.U
: l'uTmlurc : a AmbulanceNEVL'3 Scni..e. Children'sApparel . : ar DONALD BARBER .
I ; : for Domt"slicant'' Commercial Use : : : : :
: ( .: PHONES Telephone 51u I i Funeral ServiceEstablished We Specialize In ..
1 FIWI1TI; -E. : ...*'.......................................9150......: Never Sleeps 2 : 1885 ,. Scalp Treatment* Hair Dyeing ,

Plastic Axminrter Inlaid: Broacfclt Congclcurn: ......"..."*."..""""""...!.............. ..... ............... *...................... : Phone} 175 ALL TTI'KW or 1IKI.F.M.ffRTia ,,
.....41...................>...................... Licensed Funeral ......................Pf.H"'f.T.nt:......: .......; ..a......
RADIOS and RO'i. OIii\'T; Electric : A Director anal ................!'a...................':--......\
Ranges : : -J. MYERS : : Kiubalniers24Hour :. STELL'S! BEAUTY NOOKScientific f{ :
: J Rcfriaeratcrs, Disposals and Electrical Appliances J : : s
: ll*l..IIIJI; thii-liliif for Iiiiinc Iiatc Dclhrry 5j : Beauty Culture \J:. :' :
< Licensed +
"Terms : "-
Arrsngod"OPEN << : in All BranchesThoroughly :; ,''s', :
MON.TILL and 9:03 SAT.P.M. j HOME APPLIANCE I IEOS : Contractor i :, Ambulance Experienced"r" :
..: ...................... SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : t t Service Operators . :
................................................ : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : Soft Wter Usd Exelu lT lT
................................................. .. Telephone 3127. 114 Duval Street. Jefferson Hotel : Phone 135 Night 696 : Phone 637 536 Fb!mini St. I .:
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: PRICE TOURS : : Key West Garden Lawn Supply : iritfn You It ant FASTER: BETTER u..n................ : Forma (Customc. Fucnds any! the Puhl.tm tt-d : Ii

314 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1013 : : Frances Beauty Salon :
PasnengprHeprp ; t
: enUtivej: : : Full PET I SUPPLY Line On Old or New noors-CALL US Ft>3 AN ESTIMATE eyes Frame 1'.I.,k. O a n'r : -

I. : Full ; Guaranteed; Work Modern Methods 2j. : 1010 CRINNELL STREET :
. [ ; Ueauly Culture in all its Phases ...
.. FLORIDA EAST (0:.fIl"'fIlIS Serricr and lielirery DOUGLAS TREVOR i I. CONCH SHELLS r / PermanentsSoulp Treatments .

: COAST:;) RAILWAY po.................................................. IU::') )Ha"ri'4! .\, nie Phone 137'I.U All Sixes :. : Facials Shampoo Manicuring :

!\ 1 Row Located next ............'....................................a ...................$....................a............................................... : COCOAMJTSSPONGES- : ...................................For......Appointment..........SSSSSS.....Phone........1391.......'.............!.

: DR.OFFICE COBO'S :: SaZ on n.ercantils dwciii qs. Fire i I Insurance ., J Laiuscaping9I\Iarl! I \ I .and 1 Top Soil ,. _. M anon. 'SHOO I HOM Duy..1: .: 1.li I Street:: J i ...-' ,

: bldg&. household by INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL. S6 r O PER YARD or $IJ)0) PER SACK 1
FLEMINCl STREET and personal -. : MARL HAULED S5.COfor 4 YARDS Will Ship to Any Part : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALON _
: Rear of L. Concha Hotel effects. Mutual I Fire Insurance Co. : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : ot 11.S. or Canada : Southernmost House in the U.S.A.
Save I5'-;; on All Policies Non-Assessable 9,_ Featuring . .
V : S. Palacio I : f
:.....PHONE........124........* MercantileStock J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone. 674 G I s\I.VfR;.....J".CH io21 PHONE Olivia soia SI , 401 South Street ., :: I", .Sj.ol"I ,,"ani..1la'nlm'lII;: \1.,1.1-\\11'.11 IOU V) .

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....................a* ................................................_. . ***..*..a....**....*..***.**.......***.. ......................................... .SSSS.SS..SSS..S..SS.S.SSSSSSS4S..............atttltrle.....................SSSSSSSSSS..........

: Ride the Bus to the t j B.&B.I CYCLE : Its DUVAL STREET REAL ESTATE : ','f.. ural Hair Tinting i
: ,
: GOLF COURSE : 822 neming St. R. M. Daniels. Prop. Phone 1013 .. Open Daily end Sunday, Sale : ; ,.... .d'. tt.:.... in Permanent or
5 P.M. lo A.M. : ,, w aye, . .
Scooters I. .r ,:
Cusliman ftlolor\ : SERVING AppraisalsLease ( :" A
: DInners >
;? '. Beauty
'; Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE f : .... .
BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : RentalsManagement t 1 :.x.,.
Rental t I ServiceJfovo ......*.R.................................... Colony
TAKE + O Ruddy Seals .......a..a..........................eve. Improved mad VacantProperties a 1 521 Southard ,
: la Key Westand t x 1 Street
NO.1'BUS i' Parking Flags. : URANCE Monroe County ,, 1 *, ; .? Next to South5

:' to the : 0 Windshields. r r : : J. OTTO : '" ,j't-' I eraroost School Beauty . .
: LINKS: : 's O Fool rests -f ,, :: and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ,, ', /5"-L;"lP l: ,; Beauticians ., i

:: Fun? :' Mu DAVFON BICYCLES' and' ,2STEELCOTE :: Key West t I Insurance Co. ,. S19Whit.headStr..t 411 Fleming Street .., e'. ,." >,...,tJ4:: t .11;' Sp MosfModern*Phase cia/izinq/ ot : :

:. KEY WEST GOLF CLUB :. : RUBBER' ENAMEL :. 316 SIKCNTON STREET PHONE 1)71Dirtc'iv : Phones 124 and 738-R :, -- j\) : _a Beauty. Culture
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e ............. 2 Trlfplioii I : J poinlnint
a .............................a..........1... ................a......S....5i.SSSSSS:.::.SSS.5.:.S.... .. ..a**i ..............'SEHABLAESPA.YOLS| *.s*.**...>..

1... .. ./ 't ri CYCL I REPAIRED. 1 S, .....................s .................,: ........... ...............

24 RS..S RVi ; : a FaRExpcricrceinWatchmak tizErtrr 3AUT1FY INSURANCE ::: Good Work-Low Prices: I -.
ing qualifies: us to assure:; : : Our Customers Must Be Your Entire House with 2 DaUr. between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 t .1( ..;..
OFFICE: PJt Appointments are acceptedx...
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I S you accuracy and depend- : : C. r 1 '
in repairs Satisfiedability J i j ,fJ.. ,, LINOLEUM ,. alts sULi I!'!II \HU) : from public by Senior Students of '3
Whether it is the inex- S STREET I : : The -!(-.l
pensive seven jewel or .
!hem t ccstly seventeen . OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : or ASPHALT TILE Opposite Bus Station : Southernmost School \ "
infinite is always ................................... :
jewel,guaranteed.If : care. .................... S EXPERTLY INSTALLEDTELKI'IIOKE : T "t/
of Culture
: Phone t 1\(/. I j Beauty
watch is not ,
your 1454 FOR ESTIMATE
giving isfaction.you why complete not bring sat. .. DRUM B A R and :. : K ': 1 523 Southard SlrrctJ it l lit A J ,

in? Our charges are extremely PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : eyes t : THEPorter There are a number avalib; with over 800 hours :
reasonable. '. : nf state approved instruction who know the latest
925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 : t AllenCompany phases in beauty culture These student beauticians
DAN VAROLL : : ___ "V/e Deliver : Floor Covering C : : 2 under expert supervision; of a licensed teacher of .i
O. : beauty culture: do good work at very low prices. Al-
WATCH and JEWELRY 91'Cpt Drink and Collect Beer in Town .. U. : J though appointments are not rega'rcd, it u advisable. 2
REP.\lRlNG.I ackn .d Goods 130: DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORITA : For Appointment+ Stop at :
Work Done On Premises ..............................................: ................................................ I f........ ..............: S 2 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE t s7 :2ENRICHED
515 FlrininjX Slrrrt ......................................a......... 1 ............................................ a
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FAN S500 to s ,; joo J tt'liy I'ay More You Can liny For Less : : JON CU RRY

I : When You Co 1}? I : :\ ,IlII/'ay.h You Wear or I'se' :

: food Shopping IF" C.\SII or 1Eii1'ty &: : :\ in\T'c \IVTC Regular, SI2.'S Values *io3silll : ti

\ 't .. Be Sure to Get . .: n O 1 AlllO Regular $10.95 Values $7.3S PLUM B I NG

; : : : :S I-idirs' C COAT:( : SUITS MALI-PRICE( :
S olclJJ ItSy: !! S :: A.: : LailiiV DRESSES Greatly I Reduced : :: hrshAlrgions, rand lie/hairs; I
: : Just Arrired-'IIITE DRESSES I IS
i :' i : : I
I' 1 'Couch Covers 'Linens vCurtains Plastic Table' Cloths j ALVRK"
S 1 See Beautiful' JI.j'L 1 ; '. End : 2 and Aprons Silverware Radios Electric Irons
: 2 REE I ; !>TIM\TI.i ;> ON IoUt:. t .KM,
: The Foundation of Today's Table Rad.s Phonograph at : 2 "Convenient Terms A/ranged"
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i Meal Planning/ FHOttZEM w loI7: I AI'sMusicCo.\ i. i. HAMILTON TELEPHONE MERCANTILE\ tall CO. \ Pj'O'C'flS': its,8, and; ( 229-W. ,:

: IlALPH rARALDO : Th. Latest 522 I Street : :.
ont 13r : St. :
: Xy WMt Aaat' : HIT 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela 2 512 URfRET{ ; STREET:: :
RECORDS PHONE: : 1081 : ............................. ........................................ ....=
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VACATION CHURCH I 1,!Dewey Accepts and Delegates Wildly -Cheer;:r BOULDER.Flying Colo Preacher.-Usm? a hor- Ing.E. :C will.Montana.Schumacher? n> to o place> wed a licensed. in a>Wyom-Colo-pilot -

radio to carry on his evangelistic
1 HORING CONVENTION: ACCLAIMS DEWEY'S INCLINATION f rowed. rebuilt Navy plane. P.I"V: work tin ->-',::-nrl

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First Congregational) Church -POINCIANACOftiMUNITY-

;! :: AT LEY MEMORIAL : r I 517-527 John WILLIAM M. Peyton. STREET.Paster i /t0 \ i

Between Southard if. nemiJ1'

School; ) Opens At t 9:00: A.M. And!. Closes At t 11:00']: \ Sunday School. 5:45 A.M DUCX CHURCH AVE. and 15TI1 ST.
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ClihsftjTor All
1. "' I (.nnunity )llall))
: A.. I.; Sunday At t t John 'V. Archer. Supt.
11:03 AJL .
MORNING WORSIIII'"Jesus :Sunder: School. 9.45 A.M.l'b.st' .
Old Stone Church Teaches How t. Pray" $ fr All Aff'



-' TIRST Mirriionisr"' ( CHURCH: : ; OTHER: NT.WSNI) NOTES or. KEY "The Universal Cod" firelock:

NVIIST: PROniSTVNT( CHURCHKS: : ; Wed 7:30 p.m. Prayer-Praise
( Fri. 7.30. Young People's Night
Vacation Church Bible School will continue at Ley Memorial Methodist Church throughout!

the.week, it was announced today by the pastor of the church the Rev. Robert W. Wearer The j jcchopl -- - --

opens each morning at 9 o'clock and closes at 11 l l a.m.
At tomorrow morning's services in Ley Memorial Church, the Rev Mr. Weaver will takeas I LEY MEMORIAL\
his subject. "Chr $rs Peace" and at the 7.30 pjn, !!services he will speak on. "Make Up Your Christian Science
Mind." . i t. 'j Methodist Church

The Rev. G Leon Wells, pastor of First Methodist Church will speak on. "A Christian ) Cor. Division and Georgia Sts. Society
Mind ct the 10:50: a.m. services tomorrow. At 8 p.m.. there will*-- I The Church With A Welcome

Mind be a big zing" and a sermon on the subject. "Make Up Your |p m tomorrow in the Grace ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastor 327 ELIZABETH of KeyWest STREET

Lutheran Church with the Hey
The Rev. J J. B Reid pastor of( the Fleming Street Methodist I, 9:45 A.M. Sunday School '
Church will occupy the pulpit at both services tomorrow, at S F 1L Zucker, pastor! preaching Classes for All Ages Sunday School 9:30 A.M.
I 10:5: 0a.m. and at 7.30 pjn. I There* will be worship! tomorrow I Miss; Miriam Carey.Supt. Sunday Morning ServicesAt
"Jesus Teaches How To Pray" will be the title of the sermon at 11 a. m in the Key West 1C!:50 o'CIcck

to.be delivered at the 11 am. services tomorrow by the Rev.!I Church of Christ At 7 45 p m OPTin"i>h.t.> I MORNING:\ WORSHIP 11 o'CIockSubject
John M. Peyton of f the*--' "--- -- I there will be a setmon "CHRIST'S PEACE" :
pastor_ DELEGATES STAND AND ROAR GREETINGS to New Ycrk GOY Thomas E. Dewey in the "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"Wednesday
i'test ; : Rev. G M Ray. pastor: of se; :: nm Int'rmd\II"; ml .-. n.
unurcn The
vxmqregaiionci i r worship. In the evening he will, Republican cenvention at Philadelphia shortly after his ncminalicn for president. Dewey stands ,". ,\t \ t..
At the 7:30 pm. services he talk on, "Grace-The One Wayto 'the First Baptist Church will on speaker's platform at extreme right to accept the nomination. ., 4.T.M o'clock I .' '. Evening.
will talk on. The Universal S&lvation," ,(; occupy the pulpit at both seri Et'ENING I WORSIIII Meetings at 8 o'clock

GodV -Christian Science" will be the vices tomorrow, at 10:50 a. m : HEWEY ,\<(<:(:EPTS G.O.P. PiESSIIEniIIiI ()MI)';.\TIONA"; "MAKE UP YOUR MIKO Reading Room in Church
Tfie Rev Mr Peyton will alsoj for discussion and at 7:30: p. m. I Ii , .
,,I subject at the 11 \\.1 :S:- p.m JIM! M ;K i ' I'I. Edifice will bs open Tuesdayand
lalket Uw Youth for Christ rallyin a in services tomorrow at the ,i i Worch-r wii oe held at 11 a --r:: I .-.l...".n':.:e p n .ftn" Pt ,I' 'i. Vrtdav from 6 to 8 P.M.
the Fit bietlntdist Church at : Christian: Science Society There m tomorrow in the Poinriana: i

7.20. p m. tonipht Dorrne Claw4inwil will also be a meeting at 8 p. mI Community hall.COLORED. I ---, -

> ) Rive a piano. mitt and I I Wednesday i .
Chaplain Carleton French of CHURCH
hails lusMll will) pave a vocalthe L COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US ;
the USS Howard Gilmore will
The Rev. Sigismund: A Lams i i.
.a..t Youth tiw Christ Hal-
deliver the sermon at the Ita. minister of Trinity Presbyterian r
ly Other rpctulj include Marilyn m (services tomorrow in the First Church, will preach at the 7 |
;BeniM-tt at the organ and Presbyterian' Church the Rev.Metrn m. services tomorrow on 3.j FLEMING STREET METHODIST r' [ CHURCUCornel'
Ixirraine Notice!: at the piano
!'a S Avery pastor announced Chivalry of Jesus." At the 730:
"TW Crippled at Lyiira" will(i today At 7:30 p. m the I p m services he will have as his
IHH- title of the rnxMt In !lie Youth Fellowship! will have !subject= "Christian Alertne-; Fleming and William St.
I itclivt-rctt Its the Rev ADO. chargo of the serviceunder the At 7.30 p. m Monday there will REV. J. B. REID. Pastor
iftiant. astute! trf the I'oiiMiana leadership 01 :.u<;9 Lou Winkler l'I e a missionary meeting at the
I13P.l.t. Chunk at the I It a m. Services will be held at 7:30 hurch : Chords. School. 9:.1 l!> A.M.

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Merrill Ftltun. General Superintendent :
!, Baptist Circle Morning\ Worship 10:50) A.M. :

eDo We Dare Believe In God?
.* *i :!I Holds Meeting\ : Youth Fellowship. C 30 P.M.

i I BOY ll: c* : Service.
Br SMITH i Song 7:10 P.M.

J! I I. The word ""belief' figures very conspicuously m religion dom"Thou For Art Such Come a Time"to the, was King.the ), : E.ning Worship! . 7:30 P.M. :
it has lent been
? the habit of religious people to divide the theme of the .1
wodd into two classes the believers prog'ammeetingof
i : and the unbelievers. Circle No. 2 of the Baptist :

If WHEN DO WE BELIEVE Woman's Missionary Society ........................... c.................... ,
we say we believe in a political party it means that we which was held in the church annex ? '
believe in a certain body of political principles we believe in on Monday afternoon.Mrs. r s Sze I THE OLD STONE CHURCH
the party leaders we vote for the party's candidates, and we Edna Albury circle chair- :
desire to live under the conditions which the party's policies man, presided. I: (Firs 'lc"IIH)4Ii! )

would produce. I Mrs. Alice Ramirez presentedthe Corner ef EATON and SIMONTON STREETS :
11 we cay we believe in a doctor it means that we would be program, which opened witha IV tr. nhnt.> I G. LEON WELLS Pastor
willing to have him attend us when we are ilL we would be song, 'I Love Thy Kingdom GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY cf New York delivers address to the Republican national convention

j willing to take his medicine we would be willing to trust our Lord"Prayer., in Philadelphia Thursday night accepting its presidential nomination.DEWFV I '
t: loved ones to his care or we would be willina to_ rHrmno_: _.._ our__ Mrs.. C D. Mock. Srl111a yServices i : \
1 '" n Devotional, Mrs D. B: GREETS CHEERING ,t !
woof living if he ordered us* Sharp DELEGATES ,: 9:45 AM SUNDAY C'rIURCISCHOOL
to do so. . I
Others having part In the p rYYYYYVYTvvv7 fvvvvvvvvvr: SupennU'vUn'!. J. iI-nry Ruff c1 I II!
.If! W. Believe l In Jesu. ;i Thunder In gram were Mesdames Henry pro- t I:;;< : < ; I',: 1 10ill() : .\..'I. Morning Wor.ltip :

I Many people lay they believe Jtnls, Geneva Smith Marie t.-: ,.-' < ,, +'"., 1 EGrace Lutheran 5 : "A CHRISTIAN MIND" l :
in Jews\ Christ., but by that! theynly.iiMin Metcalf, C D. Mx-k "
1 .. Choir Loft and Edna 7;00 PM. Meeting cf Methodist Youth Fellowship ;
that they l tat lieve! he Albury. I I Church 3 : ,
o really hv L that. lie I : . : L .> <* said thething.
Closing 1"1".I
INM rt'PIN ted tl.in. t
and thai lie did the things the weather provided sound effects Tate business session followed [ ; : ____ 4 I I "MAKE UP YOUR MIND"
New Todanxnt tells t.bout To for services at the Methodist and then a brief social period : .
lielHve thus i* only tu admit certain church here. A thunderstorm :.' : Divine 3 !
was enjoyed with refreshments : > ;' Services .
historical fads. Lit to natty reached its height while the choir served by the hostess. Mrs t A SPECIAL INVITATION TO SERVICEMEN-\

1..lIt..e In Jews! iI' faintthingliiudr sung "Mxster. the tempest is rag- Biown and Mrs: Paul Travis \ '..................................................
iiioit Ini'tualve and in\ulv inlC'In I 7:30 P. M. 3 :
In" t 91t1111A1111111UII1U00111111IIIIttlIIR:001111m11lIIIIIIOII: : : Cr01ANINli1ll11htl1f0111tntnnrfinNHOH01tItIIPNHi"art:: :
Talielkve in J.. ;aw mean that 1S5S, Queen Victoria: chose TOD Y IN HISTORY I jL t F. II. ZU<<:KER. Pastor 3 j

we bclitve he was right, bout Ottawa, thin a city of 20000. as (Know America) L ."A .AAA I Youth for Christ

the eat of government of Upper 1378-Chicago*::; first telephone I Rally I
The Sunday School Lesson Canada It became CBD- exchange
opens. 1 Director, HARRY
for Tune 27 from MaJachi : ital of the New Dominion in 1867. r'
: ;,I 1900-Histoi ic Yellow Fever Poinciana Baptist !I
: TOMGHT 7:30: o'LLCICK.! AT
Christ.. Daniel 2:3 MS.; 8: Commission, headed by Dr. WaIter ]- ,
I 1l.Malachi l 3:1-5:I ; 4. Luke lure! can be summed up in the 1' Reed appointed. -a Church17th H| FIRST METHODHT
16779: ; 22S-33: : John 10: ;: cimplf and seaichmg question I.I 191& $182000000 cxmbud. yrtr ; T y Yi I =
2223.; ; do w* dare believe in Cod? ] get voted-largest such tj dat" and Eagle n Comer EATON and SIMONTON STREETS
'I Do we dare believe in a God i'i'I )I. 1917-First Division A.E.F p Paster's Phone 1164-M I H
life, trial he had found of justice and first I II 1 I Speaker: REV. J. M. PEYTON I
a way to go on running our:: American combat force in i A, D. O'BRIANT. Pastor l i
live We tu the."t" ddv ntage. business as ue are now running World War I. lands: in France lI
i --g fr..t I "EI.\I.:: : 'nH:
and that hi* program for life will d! i!,, 1919-First issue. of the N. Y t e; I |
ultimately! !succeed To 1 hrltew1 1 >I I Do we dare believe: in a God New. first illustrated tabloid Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M. f 1 PIANO SOLO Dorcno Clnwson
in JI-WK means that one is ready'tu I'I' Mho is the fjtln-r of all mankind j i 1934-Rich Texas helium field k Worship' 11:00Subject | VOCAL SOLO .Lily Russell g
t tflrow\ everything he ts and: and. then refuse to aid his other: taken over ]by U.S Bureau: of tl r . : i;1: Special Prayer Service at' 7:15 P.M. _
tits IB on the side! of those thing, children who| ale in dire tibtreito !Mines i "The Cripple at Ly tra" I; _
4 J..MtsjUvur.*. and in opp itM>n totltiMu II I If 19-&I-Finln.1& declares war on _i s4' ,1630 f OTHER SPECIALS
Uiings he deplored. i;I Do we dun believe in God und Russia PMTraining Union II Organ. Marilyn Bennett Piano. Lorraine Nottage I
Malachi't Warnings i: Pity uJmi&siunj to entertainments 1 19..2-Axis submarine mks :, rr'rka r Evening Worship! 7:30 :
The 4) J hebiew prophet whose 1 i iI. which deiiuucli the performer( : two Mexican tanker near Tam Subject COMC: . IJRIISG; :X nUE)UIIIIIUIUIIIIIIIIIUIIUIIUIllIIIUIUlllllmlllllllIIlIIIIIflHH
bunk l U the last rf the J; Do we dare Ix lie\'e in a Cudmercy pico 'GRACE THE ONE
u Old Te&ta-j: i a.i :WAY: !! : : II/lIIHHilmllllHHlIIIHIHRRUIRHNRI! : /
me nUtindrrtwfc to strip array all t t!of and refuse to forgive I 1943-:The. CIO: and Amen I ,. \ pi,. ;..> I, OF SALVATIONPublic 1
the eir.y mmplacency with which than who have done us a wrong* can rcutTaiion ui L iDor give --
'tics KKneriitkin Mevved God lie I I I Do we dare believe in a God written pledges not to strike SMILING EXUBERANTLY. Gov. Thomas E. Dewev. cf New Cordially Invited
bSMiiPd hw readers it was danger- I lot wisdom and go on unchecked: : during the duration of th> war j I York wares a greeting to wild I The First Baptist ChurchCorner
.".. I}IXirw.*. to believe in God. I Im our way of deliberate roily'* j 1944-T if> Republican National I ly cheering delegates on the Republican -. ,
He wot hipped a Cod who}I'I Do we dare believe in a God Convention opens in Chica o. convention floor at BAHAMA and EATON Street

HiM.T.i.. U ..'ay.-d by any cheap : of sincerity.and then (continue ;inhyproetisies. 19-15--U'Il. conference on international ]' Philadelphia Thursday night after First Presbyterian Church Tail Prcsbyrerian Church. t (;. :M. It\{ .. I Pallor
double alt'
ntiiiwnu.lity. who could be our llings. organization clc:es in
nut -
tutnr ""." .. by fUitUry. who was I: and our a elf-decepttons* San Francisco they nominated him for the White and Washington Streets 717 Sunontoa'Street (ColorodJijgismuncf
tn.iiutAito M rams of biibery I Do we dare believe in a God 1946--Russia invok's'E'to I presidency. On the speaker's Rev. Melrose S. Avery, Pastor A'lawq. Mi1listef r

lix-t.-id Iw was exact, just un- i, of power and then put our wit; three times!' in angry U.N. Security ; stand with him is Mrs. Dewey. Men's Bible Class. 10:00 A.M. 700 Clock SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 A.M.
devi4ii nag in Ins loyalty to righl- against; his judgments. our conceit Council session over Spam's'' Ladies' Bible Class. 10:00 A.M. Mornhlg! "'on-Iaip; IL E. Day, Supt.
''HIS ptirwipU-x, and against his iscluno and our Franco I IN
unalterably j ..
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.PP i!47-Pres'dent Truman: appeals !'I I 11:00 A.M. THE CHIVALRYOF j ]10:50() ; () A.M Morning 1Vor
llevtnrw M strict line between' ri8hteou-*ss! to labor and management Key Wesl I JESUS" ; -hip
the K -H la
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and the unjiKt the right and the Cod just* because we believe he Hartley! Labor 1.:1"I:':1 Chaplain Carleton French "....i.a: ..- I ..rl.c i
a ir.nng Ami. no man rated expect exists To really believe means I Church of Christ !! Will Deliver the BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 700 PM.
any fjentfu because of Cod'sfavoritism. to line up our every purpo. molive. r . . .1 Sermon 7:30 o'Clock I Mrs. Elijah San It"as to be a terrible desire, end ambition alongside : 1STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEFlTRIUMPH ''f Ashby and Von Phister Street Ef'ning"orolai! (. i I

day in 'a'hitht... lie alive i if his preference and eliminate I Sunday School 1(1( \.JII 7:30( P.M., ':: HUU P.M .
every one that does not con : "CHRISTIAN ; Wor1iliWednesday.
one were for the
wrong evil |
rouUl form. j COFFEE Wor-ltil' . . 11 A.M. until Fellowship ALERTNESS" I
Expect<< no favoi and any
nun wjjo pinned his faith on evil I I T* believe in Cod takes very>j MILL Sriiiuiti . . 7:1.1 P.M. ', Leader Miss Lois Winkler .
Wouldfin down thing that any man has.le'nplrlRht II Wed. Bible Study. 7:45 P. M. )1..I..y ':n 1'\1 SiSp ,-- '"..It.t
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qo? W* Due Believe? tnunrll 14 nf*Hrlieloux IT the Interna.tlniial Edu.atifle -- '' ;arGro I Visitors. Tourists and Friends Tnp, 7".n":.. I' 'T. Pt..t ,:"r, ,. I 7:30 P.M.. Prayer and Praise Service
The brie kA4lft: .of this ccrip-> ye Iwhalf G' 4* I'r"' .ta.t deOlDll1.UOII" eTl EVERYBODY WELCOME i Are Invited to Worship ti'r.Aav. ,;" 1. \1.',. .f.'h ,-'T,' I 1,1.-: Friday 7:30 P.M.. Choir Practice
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I Vets Win Over Adams' J ATHLETICS RETURN \S'AT..tT..tT.I.lAT.I.I"'AT..tFAT.rAT'.I.i.l.l.lI".I.I.IIIIAT rI.l.lIII1.l-

. Dairy Team Last Night TO SECOND POSITION \

JOE LEWIS OF ELKS; I I Defeat Chicago; White Sox;*-. I II SS

rum: HOLDS K \N.TOR'S Pirates Clowns Cleveland In lan! \ntll I ,

j How StandFloridaInternational 2t
NINK TO TRIO New York YankeeHolli) *I They x '

or HITS 1 Meet Sunday Ati t tj I Lose i I i i .: V .

Vets won over' the Adams: j i i Wickers FieldThere (II) .,_..... rr._) Baseball League
Dairy lust night with maket t I II I
a NEW YORK. June 26-CleveI I Club- W. L. Pet

thift place club In the and second is still in: second Jo will be two baseball: !I land Indians lost last night to *. Havana: .. :52 26 CC7 I r '
Lewis of the Elks' Club game games' at W Jters' Field tomorrow I I I Washington 32. the New York ; Tampa 49 H'V C23
the ,
Kantor's outfit to three Juts I I Yankees dropped one to the Detroit -1 St. Petersburg: 42 30 .519
and In the first game, the Pirates Tigers 4-2, while the Philadelphia } Lakeland -0 40 .500
won easily by a 8 to 3
score will meet the Clowns. Last Sunday Athletics gained one by Wet Palm Beach 3C 41 .150 .
Claude Valdez was wild and these clubs played one of winning over the Chicago White Miami Beach 36.If .450: ,
walked even batters and allow-I|, the best games of the season II Sox 4-1 Philadelphia went into Miami 34 44 .436
ed nine hits. Walker for v:'hen the Clowns won by a one the second position in the American Fort Lautlt'nhlt23 51 ..351Island :1
the Dairy boys and faster two to nothing score Jimmy Register League standings by a scant 1t +
and one third innings. Villareal pitched a great game It u, etpected four points over the Yankees I ..
finished: the game and allowed :Z: that tomorrow Sally Sa- In another night game played City Baseball League:

hits.At linero will start and Register will in the American, St. Louis Club- \V L. Pet I
bat Valdez hit three, Myers be in there ready for action The Browns won over the Boston lied Gilmore 4 0 1.000
two. Fallen 2 and Pusker hit Clowns will probably use Alee Sox 96.Three. Bombers 3 2 COO I I S- '
two safely for the winner-., In or Dean in the box night games were played : Adams Dairy 2 3 400 j
graham Abston and Sands each In the nightcap. It will be the in the National League New Scorpions 0 4 .0001)I
hit two. Miami Hell Cats and. the Key York Giant won from the Cincinnati I s .
In the field, G Lewis, Sands West Clowns. Reds, 7-0; the St. Louis Major Baseball Leagrte9 i
the losers and Means Baker and The last time these two clubs Cardinals lost to the Brooklyn t /
and Sterling were the best tort met it was Hell Cats, seven; Dodders, 3-2, while the Boston AMERICAN: i i- .
; Pucker", were the best for the: Clowns six, and the Clowns are Braves beat: the Pittsburgh Pirates Club- W. I... Pct.Clevelandl '
i winners, out for revenge They will use 12-3, Philadelphia Phillieswon 35 22 .611:
Score R. II E. their a'e'pit'her Speedball' from the Chicago Cub, :2. New Yoi k 35': 2.i .53.1,' itt .
t VFW 053 022-12 14 2 Thomas, with Macintosh on the II, Philadelphia 37 2J .537 .
ti Adams 006 300- 494'I receiving end. The Hell Cats willprobtbly ,! AMERICAN. LEAGUE i Boston 29 28 .5Ar.: )
C Valdez. Mastens and Fallen; I t use Lamp and Dulath 1 i{ Night Game !, Detroit ::o .49:!I' S
'- Walker, Villareal and Sand a'! their battery. First -eame will +I R II E. Washington 2J 32 .461
t Two-base hits: Sand 2, Val- start at 1:20: p. m 1! Washington 370 St. Louis! 23 35 :197: A : S

dez. Mcjers Pusker; stolen bas Cleveland " 2 6 1 Chicago 13:5 .:zJ:
es: Caldwell; sacrifice hits: Walker II .Wynn'and Evans. Early: ; I.rm-' NATIONALClub I k .
and Valdez; struck out: by I on and Hegan. I II Vt. L. Pct
Recreation .
Valdez 2, by Walker 1, by Villa- City I I ; Boston :3 tu: : .sin; .
.t'.. real 2.: bases on balls: off Valdez 1, Night Game .St. Louis Z3G:! 559Pittsburgb ' r
7, off Villareal 2. off Walker 1: R I!. E. 32 27 .5i2 ,
double play: Valdez to Baker to Program i!Detroit n 0 410 1 New York :2 27 542 i iEruoklyn sts ;
of 1.10 :New York 2 7 1 S
Fallon: time tarns: : um- I'I ; 7J: .-15%: f 3"American
pires: F. Villareal and J. Villa- New York 271 Philadelphia 2:) U A7S1 ,
real, -corn Aguilar. SOFTBALL f( Newhouser and Swift: KinlutnDrews '.' Cincinnati 2C:1 .41'i;
In the second game, while Joe .Bayti..w Park. Night 1 II Ililler, Page and Niarhos Chicago 24 35 (07,
Lewis was knocking out Walcott .
Joe Lewis of Key West was Night Came IE. I IR I Softball I! printer writer patriot
First Game-VX-1 .s. Ix-ttsrtu"!
knocking out Kantor's Men Shopto il Men's Shop H ,
the tune of eight to three and I Philadelphia) 410 I Class "A" is
allowed three hit Dion was the Second Game-Adanv' Dairy Chicago: I 8 1. Club- W. L. Pet I "
star of the game. In the second TUESDAYFirst vs. SubRon 4. Coleman and Franks; Gcttd. flub Sport! Shop 15 1 diplomat and physicist.

with two on he singled and two I Came-Naval hospital vs Papish and Tif lu i Vets of Foreign War 10 C ,. f. . .
Adams Dairy 5 IISubHon
runs came: in Elks Club.
lie singled again in the fifth Night Came ', 4 2 1-1. '
Second GamDoh's sport
and sixth In the filed he had a I Shop "". VFW. I R. II E. Class "B" I
good day and made a great: catchin THURSDAYFirst St Louis 9 9 3. Cluo- W. L. Ptt -
the seventh with two on. Glmf'-Elks Club vVX ". Breton 662 Elks Club 10 5 1 1For
Garcia hit two for Kantor's. -1. Stephens and Moss: 1'irntll Kjntor's MenS Simp 8 7 i
I \
Kerr Fleitas and Griff en each Second Game SubRon 4 vs Calehouse and TeblxitNATIONAL :. VX-I I Flyers: 7 :S 1

hit one sa/ely In the field, Kerr, VFW.FRIDAY. I Naval Ho.spitul 5 10Otr fields .I;
i A MASTER\ in its From
and Solomon were best for the many part, proud heritage.
I I Night Came I IR.
I losers. Garcit,
Solomon ,
Dion. .
Glme-SulRon BobSSport
First vs. 85 percent of all chuL'Ie'ltr !

ners Ingraham were best for the Shop. Boston 'h 12. H 12 E.2'' the United Slates tw.'Y" SuiuU: I Benjamin', ran tid*served fl his Iiis; small Philadelphia printing .
win-I t Second Game: Kantor's Men's schoolsAUTOMOBILE!: I '
Pittsburgh: V 3 9 I
Score: R. Shop Vb:i. Naval Hospital. I I
Elks: ,*.I030 001 4---3 12:! 2Ranter's ,JULY Sp-hn und Ivlasi.: Ostermuellrr I early apprenticeship a s a shop to the giant modernS
f'I 001 100 1-3 3 5 I Jirst_Game-Adapis, Daary VS.VFW _.,Singleton, Gregg; Quern, :,:.o.j- Fitzgerald l

.Sweeting Joe-I>Wis"5nd and Fleitas- Henrique E. I Second. Game-VV-1; vs. Elks, ) : s1!I printer. At 16, he became the plants of today, skilled craftsI I

Two-ba bits: Para 2, Ingra I, Clu4, Night Cam We fill all prescriptions
ham sacrifice hit Kerr struck R. II. E. your old car starts giving
; : : JULY &L you 1
editor and of hisown have striven
Brooklyn 310 1 publisher men continually
out: by Lewis 2: bases on balK;;: First Game VFW vs. Bob's trouble. I
off Lewis 7. off Sweeting C: tune Sport Shop. St. Louis 2 7 1 We carry complete line c> j
of 1.10 Fallon Men's Branca and lodges Munger Brake Parts.Ignition.Gas Fittings. i
game : umpire: Second Game-Kantor's for and
Wilks Burkhart And Garai ioln. : : > newspaper.To improvement perfection -
and Sailor: scorer: Aguilar. Shop vs. VX-1. Spark Plugs. Fan Belts.

Louis Knocksout July First 9- Came-SubRon. 4 vs.iAdams Night Game R. II. E. AT DAY YOUR OR SERVICE NIGHT . : t. Franklin, American publishing ) ): in the technical art ofpriming f

Dairy.Second I PHONE 117: .
Flks Club Philadelphia 2 6 I !
Walcolt In II tit Naval Hospital Chicago Leonard ahd &-mini<,k I; Bor 7 I J JANE and SHINE I i : ] I and printing ones, in ., S

JULY 12 Gam-Kantor's- Men's owy, Dobtrnic and Walker: II 1502 BERTHA STREET r I S
ray '_'.... rr...) First 4t
Elks Club. I
Shop vs.
NEW YORK June 26.To R. II E.
Sub- I .
Second Gllrw--VFW vs. !
night was my I last fight: were New York 780 .I4'IIIJlTII !
Ron 4.
the wards of Joe Louis shortly I Cincinnati 031 I '
JULY 13- Beginning A New
after he had knocked out Jersey !'=t and Cooper( : WthmierRaffensberger .
Joe Walcott in the llth round first Glmt'--Na\'al Hospitals I Cress and Williams f AP Newsfeatures Serial Story ;i -

last night at the Yankee Stadium VX-1 Flyers LamannoTODAY'S -
Second Game-Adams Dairy + + +
here.Louk, Walcott vs. Bob's Sport Shop DANCE ON 1 THE l i iI I Vi
finally caught : RIRTIIIUYS
on the ropes in the llth and unmercifully JULY 15- DESERTBy l'i ,
pounded him. The First GmE'-Na\'al Hospital (Know America) i.
Kantor's Men She.p.St'cond I ,
knockout gave Louis revenge;; for Game-Bobo Sport William( ) Stuart Synuneton. FLORENCE THEEL !
the close, disputed decision he Sub Ron 4. 'secretary of the air force, born I ItI I II
won over Walcott in Decemberand Shops 'Amhrt: Mas, 47 years ago

made'the 10th time he had JULY First 16 Came- -VX-1 Flyers vs U. S. Sen. William F. Know- I t than t t THE ARTMAN i 1 PRESS has spared
improved ht record against men Elks: Club. land of California, horn Alameda. tI! itt more thirty years ><
whom he had fought previously Cal 40 year, ago. nI
Second GamVFW Adams: Oc&vua Roy Cohen, novelistborn I I effort the ] Each
DairyJUNIOR. no to produce only! highest quality printing.
The fight last night had been in Charleston. S. C., 57 vearsago ,1 t S

( Finally postponed, it twice was held because under of muggy rain.- SOFTB\LL Pearl. S. Bmk novelist born I job, I large or small, receives the full benefit of long experience

hot conditions There were Btyview Park. Afternoon ut llilkboroi'gh' W. Va. :36 year-
about; 50,000 fan on hand aDd Morning ago. I I 4
Daily play. Peter lx>rre, screen star. Jioin i in t the I(' trade.. S

TOD in Hungary. 44 years ago I
TENNIS Richard Crooks, tenor, born in r"' .
A1SMVKKSRinS Sari' Park. Afternoon Hungary. 44 years -go I r t
Richard Crooks, tenor born in
(Know America) tad Night
1819-Abner Doubleday, noted I Daily play. Trenton. N. J., 48 year ago ,
Van Kleeck of the I .e
Dr. Mary
Civil War Union general originator -
of baseball when still at SKATING Russell Sage Foundation sociologist : 1 Wilh THE ARTMAN PRESS and business
school, born Dallas ton Spa N. Y. Bayviaw Park. Night born at Glenham, N. Y 65 1t 1 t your personal your ;
years ago t
Jan. 26, 1893.1835Thomas FRIDAY- I
1- Admiral Oscar C. Badger,
W Knox, noted ';00 to 9:00 P.M. Rear! naval forces in : will be bandied EXPERTLY SWIFTLY S
journalist and world traveler commanding priming rev iurements . ,
New York literary light of his BASEBALLMunicipal Western Pacific. born in Gloria was *v'a\mg. Cert

day Died, Jan(born 26 at, 1893.Pembroke N. Y SUNDAY- Stadium. Afternoon I I i inston, D. C. 58 years ago. thE'1 taught went, to her.pieces Suddenly breaking he I: . and( ECONOMICALLY.i :\!

1845 John McTammany, inventor down his shoulder in I
First Game-Pirates \.> Ke'> upon
of the perforated music West Clowns. I I tear How wa Cert to I
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roll, the player piano. and a \ot Second G-me Miami Hell Cato|I Ivs. know that just as Gloria I
ing machine. ill of whim brought I looked
I Key West Clowns I up into his ejes i
him only poverty and litigation: Army Barrack. Afternoon STORE I -ith't la hff, Eileen
born in Scotland. Died in Stamford SUNDAY would' reach the doorway. I s

Conn.. March 26 1915. I First Game Scorpion; va.I .I 610 Dinal Street 1 1BASEBALL Bert only knew that when 1 I
1848-(100 ago) William i t
Frank Powell years noted Camden N. I Second Bombers Game-SubRon 4 vs. the two girls got togetherit I t
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spelled and The A Press
J, sln>ol principal and diplo- Adams DairyMillions I rtman
he had lots of it,
mat of his day born in Troy, N. I I as you'llace k
Y. Died Jan. 23 1920. when you read . i
1891-Sidney Coe Howard the., Homeless 1 t !I

noted playwright, burn Oakland" SCORES i DANCE ON THEDESERT I 1
C.,1 Died Aug. 23, 1539 1 I War I 1
actress, Japan-Not
1894-Jeanne.! Eagles S
't::.r of "R in," born Kansas City,' POPULAR BRANDS of t I
Mo. Died Oct 3, 1929. I! TOKYO.-AP-Japan) now and Cold : CITIZE BUILDING PHONE 51 S:;
bas 5,720,000 homeless families, Cigars i Tin Serial Slarlttiy ; 1
t Titled cooked may be a survey show, and it all can'tbe i .
f cut in slices and added prunes to sweetened blamed on the war. The annu- Soft Drinks in Tlie (:ittzen .Wo/; /( >' j jrl.llll"II.I.1 .t
then chilled al destruction of homes by fire, ; .
E i' for a vihippe quickly-cream made: des>ert.E earthquake and nVQ _, ; 'tF." ...,.r.iP"jf&'--":,, ,# :I..I.JJII'.I.I ..J'Y.J.r.JIY..If/.II.1'! JJI'.iT.l1 -*



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I Dewey ll1S( Family At GOP Convention \Warren, With Family, Happy!! ) At Convention THE VETERANS 'il1dy City'

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Disability laws and uiancc whir have left Chirac" with j

a rt a questions continue to chaw questions "ftd-tq." feeling; nerd n for veterans Answers are
wonder It.
+ why. 15 some thing
; from the Vttcian
I obtained officially they ate.

Administration and pub- TfteChicwtn."Sv.:nti.m I.I 'HI .iu
i x (ished in this column try fix
r I says m a years time DOO.ooornnvcnUnncrrj /

KeV'c' -t Citut-ri. as a service to crane ix-,..- to nit
ui vcteransiCj -anal to tat. The DM n arid)

#to ( ) Have: I any rcnnliMl; ., women *n thr average. ivthree

: ivil couiti if I do',," like VA'sta days. That means R.lfIO| ) ):

9 tot : c;: :4 -csion on ny claim. fur dbvalnlxiiiipvnation I- txiO The meals.itemized lull of f.min-

tR ; ? ilOba.090 ..
; :> < eludes : pounds* of n.(. '.
aE t ; ,..are I (A) No. The law :IH.rif"...lly UfQ.IOO pounds .i fl.,... la.llIfI.-)

r ; / : T y | ..nrv"ides that the UiMitat> <",-.;.. 2C25.W9 p'>llIui" ..f
... "f | .'dIl1lni.;tl 1t() rot Vrt-rant.AtLarrsI wcrtaUes. 3.312.930 f'6b9.1)111)) ).-
t ) i, I in .uch matters is final and t..tA- 060) slices (.1 bread. :'i.lOO.nno. .
j jIUMVC p cr< ; of pa:try. :3.680.000: ) ;.c..,-,[,; :
4- v': QI) I am an cx-G I. '>f WorM nf ire cream, '.ge9. 99 cup.f
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\ I War II and receive disability coffer. I
;_ 'S mipcnsation If I take a .three
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s I our a day job will my rampcn- Lilacs arc natives :of the Balkans .
LALTIME tj ation be tliscontinuedT and are believed: to have
; ,1x ., r (tA) So Ions; a.; your disability; been imported to the United

I II ?mains compcnsable. it will Ire States before 1759.twnal .
ontmucd The fact that you are
H' W Iro'I.II"t... I" \\ ,' .' l I." dots not bar
I -mploycd payment.f Service Life Insurance
: AFTER: TIME: G.O.P. Convention Chair an Jce Martin wielded his big gavel with considerable I COV. EARL WARREN (left; of California and his family appealat the Republican national compensation if you are disibled Fund

impatience in trying to quiet the convention crowd in Philadelphia. It was no exception : convention in Philadelphia Friday shortly after he wes: nominated far:: the vice presidency. With as result of a service-con- Veterans wishing further information

when GOT. Thomas E. Dewey and his wife reached the speaker's platform after his nomination I Warren left to right. are Dau7hicr! Virginia. 19: Niaa. 14: Mrs. Warren. and Daughter Dorothy. -.ectetl conditionQ about veterans" bene
for the presidency. This picture tells its own story: Two elated people: one perturbed chairman. (I| 17 years of age.'Congress. ( I lost the use of mv less .in rib may have their qUf'.tl"nsn."w..rcd !
'me of duty during: World WarI. hv to the
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WILL YOU SMILE? r\ HE" EY FA3I1LY AT PHILADELPHIA !'! A Great Show ''German U.'sCet "nent get a car from the: Govcrn-

(A) Under esistins law. th-
: lIe Probably) !1 i i uthority to furnish automlwilo.s WE FEATURE.
j I To Mr. Cilizen U. S. Sliiucnl* limited to World War II vet.rrans. .
Followed It toIle i Average i .Latest Recordings
DEULIN. (AP. Annricajtiidents
(Q) What kind of insurance Selmer Band Instruments
By EDWARD H. SIMS are again enrolling: in :t; National Service Life Insur- "Dampp-Chaser"
loved fishing Cn much! that
I German universities for summa ?
TheCitien's Washington CorrasponicntWASHINGTON. nce
I 1 1r Sheet Music
he thought eveiyom- else oughtto tourscs More than 1:0 Amencan (A) NSLI is mutual insurance.
i .-- Looking beck over thp third session of students enrolled tot .Lowest Priced Used Instruments
love it. In his zc.ii he took iu are Ml premium payments ;s; u into
novice with him on a fishing Uipr i the COth' Congress, it must he aarpitted tnat was a grand chow. study at the universities of Mar- i trust fund maintained by the .Record Club
r As it wound up. it furnished i this cO 1try s citizens with a long. buru. Munich and Heidelberg\ ,r, "rea tlr Department This
He all the tackle Th '
furnished : I distance nom:calling duel! JJQ! fecturcd cane other than the the U S zone of Germany Ir none is invested in Goveinnent. THE MUSIC BOX
expetl Milled the novice in a President of the United Sta'e > end congressional; ; leaders. addition! 600 applications hay interest-lx'arma setuntieThe ,

likely shut| and then began fish From California to: the Potomac:: the wires buzzed with each been received by the educationdivision interest act'rtie. to the fund 726 Duval Street Phone 3138

ing not far away. In a little I new blast. And Congress was setting such a f fcu>t pac'?. voters of the American Mill The hInd i is known as the Na-
tarn from student
while the novice called: I i could rcarcely t toil what was being approved and what was government 1 s-.n..v.nvn..m..vr.envrr..anrYYY'Y' i
m Sweden. Holland. Belzium
"How much do ih s>e ...d and I being shelved--in the way of legislation. It was the same old f'r Switzerland. Hoc
!nt.-e. :
Bran thing; rosl" story in one respect. Congress slept: along nicely for the first Yellow Rice and Chicken Supper f

You mean the fliMt?" the ,ox I five months then pat on a burst. of speed! in a gallant: : effort: to landThe courses open July :21! The'" : 4

pert replil'tl."Oh., al*.ul a clime 1 overtake January and February.* arc. intended to luster! intcrrtational llciH'jil itj Trll"2.. nti.1.

I guts.: Ix i: in Jure. And as always in such | understanding among umversity E
"1Vcll. ." said the "1 students Orcanure' Wednesday, June 30 1948
novice "owe ;; cases, the voter lost J 182: DeS'cntlanls : .

you a dime; mine has unk. 1 Cut dining the s.>>;M,n the around*" a central theme such: a from (,::::0() lo Hun( ) ) 111.
I Man in T>>da"s"urlci". thf 3
s Ja + I i EAST .
KAINEI.LKV.: ; V'.i.thmn1
I average l'Itl7cn Rot btticr-than- are eondueted{ in political science
iux-it: Pihl-nb.i.tr.' 09i ;;:>. St. Paul's
average> entertainment. IliiioH. ; : t-iTic.xiciolcxiy.! :' historx- anivmpdialive Parish Hall 3
The Weather '
i v for' lie!:i-'l) .n (fn1lvli.t !<:2 il/rifi ehl\.
1 ;::
I Staisa-n put on a good show whenhe cU.-c -H-. tai: : ...
I 11r
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revealed certain commodity''d-iiiKhui. '. :;4 u: ..ptl'--.i' : :Ii- n aivl 1 : !
, FORECAST action.of top governmental oIL; lit: }(('.It f,:..lid, haltlt1! :: :::Wen ,

, Key Wt-fct> and Vicinity Part I cials. Howard Hughes tk: anew e

y cloudy with scattered showers 'nlnt lot
c l pokes at Sen. Owen
tiid thunderstoi today thru i H J

iunday.winds Gentle fresh mostly:to in moderate southeasterlyccaionally showers var and r{ 94 \ ii I I to Rree.ter.herEiMnhoVer.town Screen The Communists stars. Stanhall..nil. were came al.,11! . The Store QE Fashion'A .; t I 1 1I DEPARTMENT STORE I ,

.liu ndetstorms. I I nthfi, top" military... ml'nU'H' !in I I
Florida: Partly cloudy thru IAI \Virrphwlr. ,1 I|I the pictuic.I 1 : 1 gotlime lo slail pn'Ol : {
Sun, except scattered afternoon GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY: of New York. his wife and their I r The Un-American Activiti, ..-. : t St I 'BIEn{ I

t tundcrshowers uccuring mostly two sons pose for this family portrait at his Republican national ; Committee stole the sliow.' for i'i itime. M .h fJfS't1j'///;' cliil-G "u for school !
I rA*.r* north and west portions convention headquarters; in Philadelphia's Bellevue-Stratford I And wlten flue citing d ln; ., : '' ; ( 0 (fI.E\U\\U-:: : : : i

Eat Gulf and JacksonvilleThru hotcL The boys are Thomas. Jr. (left). 15. and John. U.HKRft'S I,I ""pl..d1f'd.< President TIUII.IIot I : 'It! () J II.r i .. f "../""" Oh, f fI I
Florida Straits: Gentle to ': into the act. He ended \'. ,ill!; .' .
moderate easterly winds overt fliu ry at the bell which laid! (;OP : :oliiin;': < :Um 1 llv SiiM-,I \t/w .":.1 \\ rrr Ilal'll| | : I F-' Bathing Suits I
',t south potion and gentle' varta- ; KKI'MSUCAMS'( ; FIRST 1.\\) i I, leaders: fighting mad. : 1 I
: \lltioiinrr \ < :uuilslrtr l Slock ofChildren's '
blc winds mostly south to south- .k.- Conga <. was tine. and l Tru'iini: ] / Play Suits I
easterly over north portion thru I another All in all. thxpetfoiiti' ( I 5'' ;;l and
Sunday Weather partly: cloudy .inee was a dazzling: one. Nr>\\ ..iilh E COTTON DRESSES ? '.

Jacksonville to Apalachicola- i i < uveiaao: citi/en must: n.iun : In Al! Srccs; : at Prices to Suit All Purges !f at:; ; Beach Wear I
No small craft or alum waimn;:s I i is thr ixiptiral" pivpauanrlahifh . .. ,
issued: I! will. in- thrown at him from lx>tliirl .
IlelJOrl -! i up lit N v..tn!>"-r.Th" E II/O\ Junior tllld "r11ii.r)' n : I / .y If' I RACK OF i iI I,1

one thing which gins: him!
Key West. n.... June 25 I'm! : i-i.nui. .,,i I.. hold out until that > Cotton S298S I :\ Gmrll l' j
## DRESSES from
(Observation taken at City Office timi !.- the conclusion. that if hl? up I" 1 lzlufirll 1

:;SUM.. EST, ..4a -.li..>d the last few months ml .: ..i.. I
TemperatureHighest kepi' 1 Insanity. he can stand t'.e' ...
ye&UrdyI 90] n< ,.1< h t v. It's surprising: ho." / -+ ... t( Dresses
..,wc-t last night 8)) mud the human body c m st. n i.cspividUy i. : 4e 1 I ': f

Mean 86 m an election year. :1 l f
Normal 82 \\B; at
PrecipitationTotal CARD OF THANKS :i : ee : .
last 21 hours 00 inTotal : : 1- 4 .; $495 f
V.Vi.h I in this; manner to'ihrfnl ...
this month VI ,
all trios-cho s.i kindiv . a I
Deficiency this month 294 ins t.- hh'Ci UN during tht- illness l 111 i
Total this year Ifi7 ins. . 1 Good foot health ... .. Each
inn iollowtng the death of our l 1 f
I Excess this year 4.29 ins owed ..nl'. Mrs Mury E. Sptn.vi ..... 1I I fI
j Relative Humidity i Also. do we wi.!,..h to ;h-nk. !is starts in childhood : ltXS\ t I I
I at 1:30 A.M. a : I \ : New Showing ,
66Barometer- fI@I tht donors of cars and the lover s
j i \ ...al oltertngs | ; \ t.. of :
: Don't delay . start your 4 t'.Jnltlren'fBathing: I
j (Sac Level) ':'0 A.M. s THE FAMILY: : \ i1 I I
iun 26 It
in Red Goose :
30.03 ins.- 1016.9 mb youngster I Suits
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Tomorrow's Almanac : Shoes .; ,
today OupMyconstructed
; Suni lie 5 40 i.in I ... -\ Sun Dresses
I ;I Sunset 7 20 p m qQO DOTH ha I r to fit : !I ,:
Moonrise 11' 43 p iMoonsft _. .: ... )i: and I
: 10-:M .. in i .. )r ?'operly..give ...... I )) I Back-To-Sthool
1 : lasting( comfort. : (
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I Tomorrow .. \ .... ,, \;:: I

(Naval Base* \ : 4 .I I \ 1I f
.Fadern Standard TIUH-) I ... : I
High Low I ... I I I.I ,

2.05 a in. i112ato I ( St' n or '1'e" ".. : NATIONAllY ADVERTISED -7' .. i .I; I Nunn-Bush and I Ii
1:15 I: .....1"I:I i (p.MI : MRS THOMAS E. DEWEY. dark haired wife ct the Republican t.., zV : in Life This Week and other MINfOIE : :

prc&idsntial: nominee poses in her hotel suite at Philadelphia .
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I Friday one day after the nomination of her husband. t leading publications. CXINNECUIDi : I i i Freeman Shoes i
Reference Station: Key Wt>l t :1 it I
"' -. j +a 4'Guaraoteedby
5 Time of i Height of wq FOR MENSummer !'
&a.tiODTid. ,high _.... PUf&Hlt uithm the next t\\i \ lai.lo ip v\\ HEEL 3-rOINT 4
ltalda ilwala & (I(: I"itI'i ? proxiinately 2.000.0011'n.- f .. L Good Housekeeping ,' ...... I 1
(bridge0h) lUm U.O ft i ted 2 to 18 \t-ai.! r'u I ,..iaifii's arsa.mms.e ''e I I

No Name Key I Tuberculosis I t Emergency: Fund ,..1 t till talAD ... I ] Shoes and( Sandals I II :
(east end L'mtea Nations is statod ..
I ) +2h 2UmIVva to t; vc- I
I substantial In All the Wanted Shades
Chica aid in this: inut:: ive RED GOOSEFOOTBUILDER RED 4
I W Aii5.11V.1P i ( 't j
(Sandy Point)-Oh 40iuCaldes ) Poland'shealth to detect arrest cure II, p 'event s GOOSE ..... 1-i.li.V "OOMPIIIKS"() Kruroom SliMHT..
u'joncii-s ,
: a
xtighting a tuberculosisNew tT t
Channel ha I"d uui aeairst tulx,rculusis.! It >' SHOES SHOES ...... New Patterns Just Arrived
(north endf) 2h tOm +1.4 ft has t.. ..
been claiming as hash 18.- / .
oOo ; as studies, icvtdl: that tn, ... I
NOTE: 000 200.000 lives monthly-more than probable cause of aurora boi culls, .. ... '' (lJlllpk.1E...l''\'dlld 11OYSDeptiiinicniAll : !
per year Millions of known a
(--Minus sign: Correctionsto 1' Poles as "northern hunt.i:: i I" ... I
; are suffering tuberculosis fcti of Nationally-AdTertised Makes
earns hydrogen ions m SUITS. SHIRTS.
be subtracted. : in 01 put odes :1APPELROUTH1S
some form swarming mti the i UNDERWEAR. TIES and SLACK SUITS I II
(+)-Plus sign: Corrections to'1 -
The health i
ministry assisted moshpere from the GOOD I
be added. outside. OLD SUMMERTIME > I f fI

I (h)-Hour. .- !(fby Norwegian the Danish Red Red Cross Cross the Polish'the '; Antonia Brico. one tlf the few- is no . Hot for, sultry/ weather I f CHAS. DEPARTMENT'
fm)-Minute : excuse sloppiness If ARONOVITZ
; \ Red Crass and other 4I i
(fL-Jo_:. 1 pleas tuberculosis agencies. women symphony: )' conductors I you look fresh and neat you 1 I I : 511 DUVil/ STREET PHONE 174 : S T ORE
t : examinations born 46 "
years agv.: i i wV/; / actually feel coo.'er. .. I i i", ,-
j'j'I j I..., .- I : Key West's Largest Store
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