The Key West citizen

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The Key West citizen
Place of Publication:
Key West Fla
The Citizen Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
June 29, 1948
Daily (except Saturday)[<1958-1995>]
Daily[ FORMER <1908-1909>]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 68 cm.


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


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

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. meeting will begin at 7:4i: ; p m A rumor spread here end el.>e !
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. .' ft ..rph.rla 1 rive .a number of protesttn been niiirdered but ;'notl>cr I

residents of: Avenue K; against report tated that he not only '
KySaturday.. The fire followed < t tho constru-jln.n! of a dwctlinc teas alive but'a :still in pmv- !
a series e explosions in which approximately 20 persons ,
were reported injured. Company officials and police estimated that damage might run: toe which they allege a man is.:: pro. cr I II

1 much tS SSOO.OQO.LOCALLY. | polios to b.nM In.:;; .. fomCii Yu,lavti.ii5 are confused in ;

i i Army bariacks buddincbnh trying to determine )act what

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\IISS: SI'ARE1'1It1'II : : i i a lot on the\ avenue. ,' in nosing Tito. who so [far
I JULY a., the public here way aware..
i ;; "'Flip zoning;: laws of the cilv .. r. _
was conforming with the tiitcc- ,
specifically state that ;i building I'
shall cost t Ir ,. lives coming out of Moscow.Yu AMERICA". the former Barbara Jo Walker of Mon/, .
? f-t $; (1Ni0 hall
( ;'Kjavtaii .Iip..'........, in i Tcnn.. the .
only l 1)e ('n't'tNI..n Avenue E; r a '' | clings Io arm of her husband. Dr. John Hum-I
FOURTH WILL -.i; Mrs Martha M-iybenv Home"declai ed that Tito still b the couple leave First Methodist Church in Memphis after :'VT
at the head of their ,
who lives on the :street: '"Ci) I land country 1 marriage Saturday. The bride. who turned down moae; -.ft-{ .
that the report: of hU ITmo.v..1 -
Building Inspector Errol VSawyer . i to become a housewife; said she would enter "no more coot:: s>' '
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has issued
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BL"OBSERVED It was feared that the Kr..mI
this man to build a dvvelhru JOHN L. LEWISa.. Qye) |
lin is using: the story a.- an exi i
from the old Armv barracks"We pauses with pen in hand after
ruse to send a fled army to Yu

J' ..n..I.'ill I'rec/IIe ltlsII -. I >- : country is in need of mar.-Jial
man on orders of the Planning day. The chief of the United ..
'lit "htrul, Ins Roy British JVaval I Commission The man who Min Workers ia. ,I
:; signed the docu-
n i puttinz-:; the Army barracks
SroiiU Al I5. ) \irw Pirk i there says! he will spend at (least ment which gives miners a SI 12 Drivers Arc
Officers Call per day raise and sets up a ;
$R noo on the huildina"Mrs. \
: field 1 l ln lpiKsentativis 1 II. S. Hausmann awl Mrs. $100.000.0D-a-year pension fund. I In England GoBack

The comrnantiirrg officers; of E T Hanson, who also live on Arrested For Not I I
<- $ of 13 j i
two British! R&ytH'Jitvy' destroy- Avenue I E. are also; coins to register Weslcr r On II
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organizations: met at the City their protects asainst the
Hall ers. now in Key West rvaters:; undergoing I laying Licenses
Monday night to discuss .n" nt on of dwelling from !

.. pitons ,fuc>|hu wleVxti I :.r. of the : training, paid official f the barracks. They stale: tM: T USS Johnston : To WorkSINCE
calls j
4th of July to be aelu at Bay- 'Acting, 'Mayor Louis Tomes costina from $7.0OO to'' i I r An seen doh of automobile I II .
Carbohell rand
view Manger $10.000 have gone uo iv\ Avenue ......ri.1 ..T\r ..Ia.... drivers were arrested yesterday I 1
Park.A I I
Ralph D Spalding: yesterday af E They are all concrete block CHEAT LAKES. In.. June 23.!;. for operating their cars without .
tentative schedule was discussed ternoon. > : I. ESTATE; OF .EMEiGE"4.1; : \ :
homes and they sav the Arms -Charles H. Ciowcll.! chief ma- driver's licenses '
for the day and plans They were Captain Charles barracks would depreciate theirpronertics rhinbfs mate. USN. husband of J 1 Four of them appeared before I
were discussed) for a parade to Madden of the Battlcaxc and 1)IHtU(: ; : Hhl"t.. :
Miss Gertrude H. Cnwcll. 90-3 Judge Thomas S. Caro of Crim- !
I lx held al 9 o'clock to start at Lieutenant Commander S S. The City Commission will)) alsoon.iHer Pomciana r-lace.. Key West was inal Court today and were each I t
Caroline :Street, procedmg Battersby of the Croo bow WOKKEISSIJETUH.N 'OlE iU
up (- at the snecial meetin-'; due to ainve today in Newport 1 t.f fined $5 and eu..ts They wereLouis I
Duval Street: tu Division and They accompanied Captain C C tonight a resolution providing n I, aboard the destroyer USS I i, : D. Chavev Maurice E i
from Division out to Bayview Adell. USN. commander ot the Coi a contract bcl':- vcrn the city Johnston alter a three-month Miller. Virgil D. Bishop: and I TO JOI'.S:
Park where events for the day Key West Naval Base who paid nd the Krv West (',a.. I
Companyfor cruise in northern European; wa- j John G Andrews j IN, .
are M-hedulrd to get under way his official call upon the two the I! I..rl.Ira Prr.
purchase ff 200.000( gallons ten The others will be arraigned i
Commander! Eh Vinock. of British I.UNDON. JUNE %'J't i
the officers earlier in the of tar-oil at $..000 Durins: the crtiiac the personnel \ in Municipal Couit later; today. ..
Naval 1 Station stated I night KID .
that the CJeors-e.
day ; T
Later the commission will sit of the destiover had an 03-j:; j Also before Judge. Caro was yin
Navy would c >-oi>eratc in ... I :\ Minister
anyway II- u,4nu iqualizinboard:: to hear portumtv to visit man of tht'po..t. Sischio Crespo who was charged i Atllcc's: rtvwnriM- '"I
possible to make the day as !9 o'clock athletic evenly: for the JUNE H. DRY (aboTpetite) an> complaints about the assessments -; and: capil.ils of 'hiOld with catching undersized crawfish j t. lion declared that a state or ,
as possible Buy Stouts: of America will i:cttiider
chestnut roll World on mate and i j He was !given: a suspended eibency existed became
: haired hbe..Y nl i l
The following organizations way at 10 o'clock'for secretary a I
weiti repiesented" at the meeting these events have l been donated Reading. Pa., insurance agen sentence of 60 days; in jail I :\ f.7 1 strike or dock workc.s ir L-
held Monday night j. far l'tWtltFS: ; : NI::1CIP/ :11.\11I: \1\ Edward Kirkwood. charsed j jvith ;.4 ,
: by the Javcces and the. cy poses photographersafter -' pool and this city *\ j I InMM'Din3
Roy Scouts of America. Jay- Veterans' of Foreign WarsThese she was named "Miss i'I I \ indecent exposure was I ; <-F the worktiovcrwhclmirnly t .',

f.-..... Jayshees. American Le events; will continue until Secretary of 1948- at the National fined $100 and costs to gt> r I. ,

gion. Key West Scooter Club. 12 o'clock j Secretaries' Association I \;: i '- their jobs tomorrow n.
American Lesion:: Auxliiaiy. Disabled Starting: at 2 o'clock with a pie j convention at Los Angeles Fri- ''illialnlalunc\ j/ \ The prime moister I'.'

Airurican Veterans., Veterans eating contest, a pet show at 4 j d.J-. -She's holding one of her I .4 high government of'' -
of Foreign:: Wars Veterans o'clock. and! at :5 o'clock a biry-l j & i svrtcd that the striktcjuiMd I'

"f of FfJl(lnVars! Auxiliary, cle rae I At prices her a left portable is the trophy typewriter.that r. F of j! Died) Ycslcnlayj( ) i :;'L by eotnmunis' II'

Iji'Mis. Club. Con h Club, the Key All entrants in the beauty .,onI I i'moos the duck wwrr.
West High SchiM.l Band. Kiwanis test: should contact Mrs. Tony goes with the tills. The winner K f \Viliar.i. StoltI'nr.\ II. died I R-Dorthy Sarnofr. Sin,T the strike be fj .
i, I is 19. five feet two inches i j lyric soprano will sine this summer ... of Goy, ,,, ,
Club and the Business and Aithur at Telephone 119 afternoon. of ao: sMwtaSes n
yesterday j ja
| .uddenly: : with San Franclsc light
Professional Women's Association In the event that 15:>> |Ktrtici- j tail has a 23-inch waist. and t s. 4 heart attack in his; residence j opera eompaDY.ShiU.p lins have developc i 'J! )1\\ .
Following" the laude at (Continued) On Page Eight) !! was described bv a contest lia 1 at :532 t'.nnnell; (J street I ..1..1hIps., .fovdctf .. '

judge ai "shy and overwhelm- j, Funeral Cervices will IKIwfcl. j ( 'IS pinare tied up :'. 'I. ; I I.uxi
: ing.- i i! tontoi.row afternoon at ;3 '''cl<...K J I' ) In LiVft"p'Jl'

New I Postal I K: lcs Will; ]1 \ ------- ', c4 I4 | in the Fleming Street Mctln.list j .. Hi itisli subject I
; y "I"-i tbc.etlletrw-r" + :
'! l\l'V \Wcslillcnj \' I" Ii Ii i!Church placed at where 2 p m.sire IwJy will b>- "J (*nnr, ; Tu(I I IJcdsAhoul I! 'r!.tsBelk. he'd ". .-It.

Increase J Here : (; I C 1 II i revs J. will B Reid I in will the offiMt fatmlv, !( Sunnlies job.tindockworkeri.lad alkiwc.n.f ,' . .1.. I

) Kcccipls) ilrlrl1. 'rU lialni I I Burial in eit.rtlll'tt'f'* under: tlie j I 1 .,.", -.
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The '
.al.r % nrlra .r. | strike hold; > -1 i 1in
r('U 1P direction of the: Lopez Funeral ; f.KIM.IN.: June 23 Biitr.h the di.M-haia-" I ..
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( I cling HonieSurvivors
Abut\ () $25,000)!) Annually I : : widww. Mr.-.. Mn,

I 1 Catherine Malone; <*!. 1't loctay; that the Russian 1 mFr+rti. a ship unk-xs: pa.'i ", \.
SC"'I al,1 -I' .
j nwn.: in I the ground 11..1. "
j daughter. MrJtdm Banaman I'n the shipment ol supplies I to on <
SO ." S HCPOUT IKO.M4. | dudir.g City Maiumei; i 1II/h; | D | t-., Itorllienv Archie and Uw.1m western Berlin is "rutlUesk and was 0f ore and .tk>: ;u '

j Spalding. are f.i f ins: to ,MiamI > '' -' \Malone: three siiters. Mrs( John j I 1'inhuman." Other dock workers ..
WASIIIITU1'1'( (): : hllll> data;. in tI..I\-1 Office IXaitmcnt. :;! tomorrow to attend u nu-i-tinu oi I BlackwelL Mrs. John Costar and i It was divulged that the Bnlish sympathetic strike i i'

|> I i iThis l''the II 'tltmtle.i of the s.Kit beast- II j :Mrs Moulton\ Johnson :I'I 1 and American commands number 30.000
INrUKASK: "1-OLLONVS) () ii>ud! IH- 11I11' "t..nt fiN-i Pallbearers will/ he GI"xgcVd- :'piInnJ: sir. prod sharp Last night aflei the K.
the local) postmasterimc.: w.lh- 1 I i err s't.tion of Florida "I i the oil i .
I hams. Ralph White. CJene Casey. i'I notc-> to the R-jbMam ownmandrr ; ;; a .teal e ot ('I. !-"I
out increasing the voluiitof in,liiiti->' to Utdy! tin- > il\ ti, i ii 2.000 s-oMieis ,, .
HIM: IN SAI.AIIISII'I ; : ( ui | \ Earl Adam Leo HiCk, and in Gel many One charge weir |for ( :: i iscivice
bus.ness, it mc.asurablvidds t*> !, nMnd. for oil in this dl.tll\\ I Ii h ;i Dirk Navarn J J2 in4 the Ron inns ss that they tt> |K tn nl l the tit.jei;; ,
\\M......... .rr....ii The will InfaId any
Kr \* i iltrnlWASHINGTON. 'i : on !h .... '. 1 ,
I D C Jun' 297'he !' rveipls.Congress t-a'n raises. i.i pay wllhhlihel' i j I Columbus! a.utd roof ixinnin; ,! CAPVir; "ph.A m; I LSloresTo Close i I :unrest. : the that German may people be createdunonu Sawyer Off IP To

new pt.--tal) iais.. approvedb authorized I the new 1 jal| 1 12:15: p. m. tomorrow and w ,ill I j'
1 be mail !' REP. HUGH SCOTT (left) of Philadelphia chairman of F'oLtufl > and ITWChl'lnt'.n" '
:I trio sprmxH'slup .I <>ii new '
\ Conares.-! it> i-losmj,; h.IU,". rates ciesigne; t to mites total I till ..iltin0'i ; ,plan1'Li!: of i i-
I't v,flue by $121.223.000 M order Industry Inf>wiwition Cuir.iniiu--{ the Republican national committee ,shakes nand? with Goy. : For' I July : Saltll e ( ;:
will inn castuixipts: dt the KUWest I I j ; Fourllrs:'\ hi h 'h 101\r 'tn-vn pnrs.-ed 'uit'eiviio
to partially offset the cited of''' p1ulclpaFspeaker, will U- Thomas E. Dewcy of New York the party's presidential, nomI I nut their:

post office by about $25,000'a planting! $.no a year raises to I, Wiley L Moore. chairman: of the inee. et windup of the GOP convention in Philadelphia Satur .h.-"I'\"OO"' ibout out.itri' ..I the normal, Sheriff[ Bcilin A S.IAVII' '
year.. it was learned tud,iv: postal employees: estimated to i!j Southeastern District of the Oil j day. Scott succeeds Carroll Reece of Tennessee. Jul Fouithill In- 'lII"unt u..dvt tt rm'rrrow r"f' >'
cost $211.000.000:! Industry and chau man ..I the < bKey: We.-t (business housi'c ( wheie he will/ .braid" an ;'.' .
--- (! WolI'oid' Oil I Company Moore\ y.yyy..y..y..y.yyy.yy.yyyy.yyy.y.yyyyy.yyyyyy.Body but those establishments, belong .
How much increased payroll: ist : to fti. to Salt Lakniiinlh' ; < ("It. '
1 m;; to the Retail. :Merchant .\..- .
Your Credit !Is Good ihtraise will bring about in KcyiWest I t I dutnali.tI reuaided as an out landing 10-1 I j ( and Fender( Repairs ; sociation sill nut observe:: the: NOTICEEffective ht. a- :III" Mar.s.-. '''1e ..s'I'the h .

could not be learned at I I .\ : those gumu tram h' half huliditIIn' Thursday ',\n"0,1' ,, he i.3 s'-a.- <0,"
fur .1. ,U""III.rt. .tnytiinr; the post office department since j j jinloi 1 will be Charles Taylor and Allen of next week accoidma\ to' July 1st. 1348. our S"W"l'! p'h' -.n
'' I Joseph Pearlman. pie.-.iaent' oi office> hours will be as follows; thi
inatiun on number: 01 em- 'E Cuny of the fait; Oil Company Paint Shop 3 : 1I.thl ,,, tli "
Just Leave A Waltham or the organization. todav>
(Continued On Page Eight) MONDAYS Thru FRIDAYS8:30 r.'" l
Elgin for the Cashier to
Remember You By : I : -- .tu. ( .ins -.L i 1 A.M. to 4:45 P.M. .
l'HO\t: I24: SATURDAYS- :30 A.M. to
ALL AIRLINES Pn-ri.tI... 1 rna.Ur" f.r ...aIMIi I : MONROE MOTORS, Inc. : Gerald Mohr end Nancy Saunders l ( West Gas Company
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I' "f 0. ARTMA. B..I... Maaaccr ...eegeeaglaeaaaaegageo*I The a,?*,."rcmrnt roll of the rUT : J < < : -.L -.,. .
From Th Clttzrn Bonding Citizen brought to mind that few of j} of Key \\.t., Florida for the year I :
> His will 1 1"- ,rn far M-tin "
Corner Rrrtna and Ana Street "I' ini fey r
Oily Dally Nwpapr In Key We.t and us are photogenic, that is, when we knowwe thf piii.ii at the Tax: AXJWSSW' 1 ,, A. .
)Monro Countya I Daytime Summary Offr| in the .-itr lfa!t M.MUtax --t 1x
: are being photographed. It may be dif I Selected programs as listed below through. Friday h.I r I..<... the beers 4 j
katcrcd at Key west Florida .. _nd claa matter are broadcast at tile same t..... M.... 1 .,t !::4M |'. )I. an.) ;.Sou |'. M. antil
i i ferent if somebody; took a "shot" of us unknown day through Friday. Eastern local J.l. 4.. 11 K -;, -

MEMBER! Of TIIR' AMOCI4TEI1' PRESS! t...... For central subtract _. tour'; vii T"R I.MIVII > .
Th. A. ortat4 Pr.>* I. excluslTcly entitled toM to us. for mountain subtract two hours. -.,T 'l.-r*
-- for reproduction of all new dlnpatche credited That picture, with Mrs. Dewey on I jun ::-. I--J--; : .:... Jul2.15I : t ai- -x. Z s r
tu It or not olr-vrwlM credited In thla paper and '.

al leo the local .... published nere. one !side and Speaker Martin on the other I JUNE 23 THROUGH: JULY 2 1 w :

dif s. $ ,,et fr..
lUSCHIPTIO; RATES side of the Republican nominee Morning Tiff .IRI IT r 41' iT or Tin: : : .
One Tear .$!.... gave IOG-" n..m..n In X. Y.-Dbo li.K\ KXTII JI1)141CI. < IIMI IT
41t'. l.OO Dewey an expression 'of star gazing with Breakta" Clubabc9:1SBarnrard II'.,!' "'lIt: *T\TK or t'I.IIIIIU \. l\ r 4 284'I
y 1111'.. MODIIl. Lit Follws-rt>suzark %\ll Kill MOMIOfill \T, l\ a ; ..if
.ne.'+ )&(LIII toe his:' arms:' so limp all the life seemed to %alley t'ola.s-mt. I 111,1 1:111. .
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have gone out of them. We have not yet Music For Vou-ctnMy XV.XA: RI'WM.VIi R"N.! t t3a +
AUVF.RTIM RATES Story Drama-a be I .-I, unliff.l. In
Lade Known on Application seen a picture of Dewey where he .
appeared 10:3O-Honr of rlals-nbe! Itl\ UIU K:
Half flour of "r"l.-h.;: FRET I., TM t::... II'/ 'N.
SPECIAL JIOTICH' to be natural. The camera apparently Say It \Viln -'l..h-m'. I ..f.
All readlac Botleea, card of think, resolutions Tf1.w.t.
"iPI IS' '" 10"
11:00 _
r! recpecu awakens in him in countless others the -Arthur CJodfrey Show !>"
Obituary notices, poems, etc., will be as iiivakfast in TO: .
.- Earned for at the rate of It rents a tins. Hollywood-attc FYvrf l seal. _''h..n ..:.a
Notices for entertainment by cburcbes from which idea that he must "look his prettiest"But 11:30: -r>n Alexander Sbo.-mba Rfxidrnnf"nki..wn.. JL=tlrrtOrn'

revenue. Is to be derived i renU line. 11:45rlals :', hrs.cbsAftrao5s i . . ..
are a ft i.s l.rr ->.x ....*..-.l that ." arer.geered '
The Citizen Is an open forum and Invites 41..r .- how different it was with his son, I. ai>?iar on lb.'hi: dn

U'sl-M public Issues and subjects of local or Tom Jr. ; .r JSJy. 11(4. ., <<-f...... .be ", ontilkdL.rt -
-_ enral Interest but It will not publish anonymous He is the only one of the Deweys t2OG-W.lcome Traveler*-abc I t'. the liil ... ......I.... p
U".u.I"aUonLMEMBER who is photogenic. In a group picture with 12:30-Words ai.d Music-li be filed aiatBM y.otI in ,h.- ,,1.\- n- T,,,,
1:00Yu"klIalt: (lI..ur-lI. titlmlur a...: this t.n \\.vi I.,,
his parents and brother John, Tom is the :_Double or Nolbinir! -nbe f era Is hml} .......1".1 l ;.- IS.cswapap.r t. J
in which
only one who looks natural. The Our* tiff a lbymbs2:30Serials lip pablb.Mnr..- :0 a... I, r.- !..,,- CII'f1f' '
parents for 3>, b.-nbe ,I'I ...........UvP .......It.. rtn@
I .
and John Urkl and Urmiual.cMartin .. .... .
could .
not lock R..ronIs-mL. vtfn* t j..n'irii.: \.I.n.
I- 1948 t twin, .fr.. a* ime ..f the isle., ..t >
I 3.OO; -Ladies Be ated-abe PRESERVING BATTLEWACON New jersey under
Judging from many other photographswe ilain ...n and t tI the :W81 'Of It.i I'.r: The 45.000-toii! 'IVle'
:3o-Tbe Houre Partyb "I In tttv Its .* ICrt a't.. ..l'.nr..aa15. .- rocs preservation rob at the NaTal Shipyard in Brooklyn before beta laid up at Eayonn N. i.
have seen of Tom Dewey, Jr., we feel I'aul Whiteman Kevords-ate ('. Ft.rida. this'h da. .t
4:00-Hint Hunt Quiz-ct. "._. 114%. ci* t
that he has an abundance of what his To Be Announced-ac tFSL, r...-. .' Sawrrr' ---

4:30-\\ nn.... Take All-cbs I (--11. t'ir..oit ....nrt.3ean -IIWIK: 1I1IUf.... lUlJllUDrlIIIIIIII2CJIImmUII! 'IllA
father .
entirely-personality. Treasury Band Show-abc ... '"'''''1). Fl! Fire In Alarm Box : How About The
S:00-obert. "Q- I.....iI.-..... ray.: ..1.........- K.j Sawrer.llepaty ; Knvices
.. IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST Nobody can change his disposition! ; it Kkis Hour beat rtpeat 1 tir. I 1'Irrk. ; Key West In i

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN is inborn and for that reason it i is. unfair to I 8:45: -later Lum)-and abc Abner and mbs-its-cast I S 1 \I'f..Ii'h"r F r.or.\\thin\'YKft.I' M.iDliff.. '', PHILADELPHIA. Pa. An- Kitchen Table? be z!

e. criticize a man for something he can't I' )" .1'.I-.I! : !! I'I swering :a: "fire-alarm! firefighters Days Gone By | Aand

I were amazed 10 find the fire DENMARK. Iowa. It's in
= Hotels and help. It i is, therefore in no carping spirit
1. More Apartments.
of off firv- hen who has been delivei .
"j \OTI i: or %i'i i M- STIllS located places, in a obliging a N
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. that we say Governor Dewey Is not a "mix NETWORK PROGRAMS j TO S 11'17'1: JPU'T alarm box. AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF | ing an egg regularly to a near- regairetre
East.r. Local Time. For central; ; T.. \ .t .Mav 1-.m.wrd' ; THE CITIZEN OF i
3. Airports-Land and Sea. er", as his son Tom evidently). is ; he has subtract .". .....,. for moustan I i M.TK K is iiKKtnn: IIVKX than. The blaze -started from a short JUNE 2!. 1938 !I by farmer. .,m1
4. Consolidation of County and subtract two ...ur.. S..e local elation . ,hr u..I..r-.n.. wilt. "pi) .oo 1151'lird -circuit in the t-l'<"trit"dl wiring. ? The hen laid the egg on the ;
not that thing we call "it" or personalitythat clla"ge hour of relay to fit : .., ....n- ........I.'n. r", .r njnaunauuiiiinBUjiuuiuiwiiiuuiuituiniiininiiiDiiCuildinj:
City Governments. local .e..d..I. Last minute pro. .....,.r.... .',.unty F1..rida.'at the nose' I farmer's bd until she started Po
5. Community Auditorium. Tom po;se es. gram. changes: ca..t II. ...clue"d.: r. K,.i.or'l! ..; -.1 I:....r.l I. ; Inspector Harry :M : -setting:;; and came bark to repeat' mfornirn
I I.. h. '.1 C; ,. ... : V nr HoroscopeTUESDAY. j
1 .n July lit \a--al- ;
We have noticed! that in persons who I 1'11"' List! ..r Malr.mlrahF4t, . Faker tixijy is"ufd a permit to i when she started laying again.I ''n (n.I04

TUESDAY. JUNE 29 I..Ii'I.n., 5-tr .r... .. 151.4. Cyril !Marshall) for the construe- I j 0
are not photogenic the first .thing they do, suit r.-.r' ....l In rial' .1".".l.. :!. fvs>- JUNE 23: 1945-Today lion of at Charles
vcning 4! .f the, .."-.I... .W-.iir.r* an apartment j j TODAY'S( )! IMKTIIDAYS 0'i'tJl
I when they art to )be photographed, is totry .:00-X w.. R" >Orl. li .Mm -obe Is.uatl. ..,..1'...... tfcftil -. b.....=: .' generally, priKluc--s an txtremelv and :New streets. i .
; MONOGRAPH I to :-';ewracaery 1'rbaeiwort plat ..i IS.t..|nuai..>; .1..... ...-.l real forcetul nature. Progressis i (Know America) Jatb
set their lips naturally.' In trying to
I .N Silent lluur-itlN.- astKHldK
; Hour' tr. .-jO-afcct .... likely to be made bv sheer: I .1.'.,n Davis;: actress-corned I ttna
-p .. ...
Headers .a. peg' f :' rKm n: Ijnt I. The
Dear Citizen will issue
: do that the lips show up unnaturally in N..I.....-t. Silent II I lir tMlva ........1.... !! T". n-bp c5 S..tt1h. fiwre of strt'nglh. .';thotrt any! a souvej f 1 j j I born m St. Paul. M.nn., 36 year; 1 :

: KeyVo>'t i is the product of the combined : the resultant photographs. But a far greater KKIUKI Hour- Music IrrlwalalbsSeel0:15SpMn TiweabcScience I ianrr. ::1C'h.. and. ta, I".r'f runsidciaion of What stands in nir editiiiit en July 2. featuring !!j ago. '. '1"Ot
f : all events
.rrrnmrnt I..1. 4 arid m cnoncctMnjwith
efforts of many individuals; it can number must! think the camera: is the ..riai-elm f t ::.Ilion li_ T..hir .hip atI i iI the wa '. Th">re are god powersof the Overseas Highway c 'l-It"br'oitilln. J Mrs. Alexander M. (Mamie M ) "'
t:3O-n.icji O..h..s' ... the of i '
; .5..fb. RMgr: :: C :: .t. whichliS' applicaiiim: but danger: I founder and bonUTa, ,
.: Lure and. Ahner! r..I..t:450X."t -.-i..-....t . { Madden yprskknt
forward to greater things if (funniest thing in the world for I berw.rn the, lttvht- .f Wav .
KO everytime this nature 1 Lee :n its coming .1 the G-rls Sen'urLeague .
*: by Tbr i>c ..t... l's-r.ea.. Ricbwas an it i irilds it
linly I will cooperate. e'.t.ry-\\ they look at it they 1...."" Thomas 4rc[..-at ll>-cl. I teSey. aItoI for wafer" of ;Ityrsnnotij. If this propensity r> I I I New York born at I--v- 1 iit
7.00-. u -nbc-toute the 9llaleti. Inr'&S.Ilaed 'permitted t.. it would sum The last semester of the Kf'YI
far t ... 1 grow Hon Mass.. 68 years a", w.,
THE think they must stretch their lips into a The f .Mlwwfir. 1'1. West
bistorical will tc
N..... ami ..innnli'v: -ateKuliun )lat_....... .lean-Ifav. Frontlt. merge" inriielty, and iraiafllrtlUls pageant Nelson E 5dy. singer. born inProvidence ., ,.n

laugh, which it is easy to see is (forced hew... Jr.. -mt. ........!.h. .... \'t>uIo' f..llow.LEGALS. i; held tomorrow nt ht in Rjryview It L 47 .
: _:Xcma; and .mm. nt-.toe iv : \l 1. Witwrt; i "ark. / ; years ago. ; .1.
and forced laughter, in or out of pictures!' Jack Smith aid !M<..g-. tt. I',.- -J.M.MriMi Dr. Per K. Fiolich. fann-d'. hin.uC.
... . .. I
.. ..
).ail, f Mar) jolt w, r:. Irv. I
ECONOMIC DISASTER AHEAD j is very much like signalled i handclapping seas: lifiiu.,r I"at.--.nb. : rhemist. N-rck & Company .Urictor -
: A coroner's jury board testimony -
l:30-Ta. liolliel Trx>-ntc : of research. i..,rn in Nor (-ArAr11J
in a radio studio audience.. Jwrjravw, : Tit iit.url mis : this morning in the Harry
lIIIK: t'ut I IT < 01 R I' OK Tilt: way. 49 year; ago. }I"
1I ll -i.l-sbc .
It i is not a pleasant prediction to make ifandek Aping when a joke falls flat ; N"e.,.Uirrn i-'ammrlltaih.7:45llarkeers ( i\119:3S-.: .It..r.: ftiiiir....TI. S'--c.or .!."..: .MI.>IM\t'nt: ..i r\K\-tn: jiOMiti. t iM uu1Hi.iir r It'Z"a't... Perez was drowned llubbi Philip S. Bernstein onc- .
lit' It
.'. : oiI in: sr\i: while swimming Monday ai-
but we cannot help reaching the conclit- laughing with nothing to laugh at are twin !Ness! 'itrwl. <-.u.t.I..h--.-tofXpwrt nb. .lIIU.t lKl MO\t<""..I\:""'I-< <">. \ 1'1' oHUM. I; l\ AMI I'4IH M.,M'''K OI\T% t'-riKKin in nit South Bfo-...-... TtMJUI'Y : tlni-: Jewish advar to the Aniorji Tt

,* ,'unmwut-mh. ; I 1 IN IIM liCt. i; "-an cmnntantk-r in Kur*'pe. born err.ttrI
inanities. I.r RI.I.: .t .. 11-41 said it would! reach it. '
ion that the nation i is on an economic jag > Sb nfceIy 'a \ Vt 1- .
-00 I lna! Store w- Lid ISK iliR.WMMKiX.: in norijester. N. Y_ 47 yeah ai-o. .
:\ ..t :ry Theater Wav-be" ..,-..a-.l nrrii" \\; IVNKV.1Uinllff.:: : dirt at a session to Ill" held M 6.oVbick . '
I ...r. William F. Ogbum of the I n. .
that will inevitably the fateful South Arks <; produce ; llliifl'DKGT OH<-I: this evening. '
hlyeterise, Tra' -ler-ml* -.4-I'-cc vs.
; lTnivrxiiv. ; ..I Cliicago. fanned "l- Oft
The advertiser .
morning afterwards.: sporadic is like 8:15-\VteVly Sews Time-r.lw :: KMair: i i I.KI PKNNES': I IUHIt:1I I K. .
.ar- : ..1 ]Mf.nd.SL Kjf'igirl! darn in Ctlt""- la.. C2
-- Nobody knows when i increasing incomes the man who took his medicine three days 0:30-Carmen Mr. ash. Mr Cavailrr. Xortti! -.STM.K-l... nwtlfl.and ami.a.4.""-<.>f.<\-4.-n ,are.. lww bent......,. i ian ut l'IIIIIt"'IU I i Stone Churth Service Club, ata yeari;; aflo. rf

dwindle with and then forgot about it. .tmrrsae. Town M...-tMii-! atar > ,'laHiian :. ii-eetins tkl last night, (KISS1 : .! James S. Knowfcmn, presklent- 'O'K'
will loss of .
mfe .
buying tti h" l Time-
raitia .r'. Sth.r\ 'd.u. mot havr a"aiat I : : r. 1 ed v. resolution to aiiist the Lions'
its:. trf the Stewart-Wain \
power, decreased production and the full '::4S-liillr Rose C..mme..t-mt> the r- lair ..f I...:.MIM. -.r -jr.WrW.i' :II ::0..1 .:........r h Luhe.auir:.. i i,Chili in it* fTort:. tf,.have city 4 n :in .I.I S
I:CO-Tliin Mn !MimiaMSee h..a. deea.ed I.. sail 5 'dsnty, i, r.Tor I"4<< !i_ Chtt O. Uirrt m ChK-J ,
cycle of depre.ii'e: factors will overwhelm TilE AMERICAN RETAIL STORE the People.ur'i--.i* .t.. Ih- .-"...." J."!-.-. "f. M.."r.- .' acs I.H. .... rr.luir-4 I. ap-t I.| iranag: 'orm of government (-.StublidNd G5 :years ago. iertrt, .
CabrM Header t'.mawnt-a.ts .mel Kl.wi.U. at hi.ffi. -- in :htrt ,
> .
,. We.-t
*. millions of small operators and a number :15-Xews Broadcast-mt>a .... .....i_ ... t-aiil. .'.., ,.. K..v i'tU.prar.......r i Iii:;. 'u"'1:111"I.:.I..-.t' atylrs.splaiat.a''r..r,',, ,; in Key Vile Admiral Hol>ert C. Oif, n, 1 tI
*. Chain Store ';30-<'ai| the 1'Ik'hrl"toph.r ( -_nbc brr.t. 'IWa.. ailkc eight ."al-- aed rffr..- 1W ::."' ) .ft ....Iy..: fit Ii at West CliK:t.'r. I'a.. C2 her
of large ones. Age recently made a survey < \Vlh! -tlIH .. Ur m ita>. fr > novelist
cc. It 1 t* .1n Tf- tk J| Roark nradford, .:it W.
.. . .
: years ago.Lithnlp
'ton t' -I>!> tic' .r tbs. .1i.barb : ,;. : : ". .
wia will) I lak.-
j" The trend of events, following the sect of the operations of large and small Uolt t>r ,iiia-.n l l10OO / : claim ..r ....man14 shall Sm ,/lbr i.H*.rT is t.. tft n fuMi vnf.ttT >'*r* sinsa an Associated Press: article m Stoddard of Washing- wit!

:; food chains in different sections the : -M I."t'CorlLv Arch: *-mfcSluJio >. > wriiiMC.. aiM xlullf slid.. IbrpSaee *$.} fur f.ur c.5c5.allye w.rk. The Citizen today says there's ion, D. C.. noted writer born In ,.. .
t and Worl I War, are not greatly different of One. ..-;"....-vl-s .f recidrn and I'".t .rli.raddrrsn h l Err C l.aen. A .>ns- hthins as the "writing -.

from those which followed the earlier country. Facts of interest: to the consumer 10:30 I'ubiK-Th! RomU-rr DtfCeiHifr C mb
Jet Krr. i .Tln.- or his att rnry" tti-1 ant vu.h4kiien
f< <7in Rint-
resulted. Is'NI': : "i' uno.R& I-l' .
1 Ihi" :
F.triiggle. In the background however, i is a bantUrd.'ramb" .r
One of them 10:4!%-It's la the "a..IIJ-aloo ho ,...... day Inur..S. I' 1144.... ,. X. Y.O: '.
Blunder economic structure larger is a tendency "toward a r.' 4 Sawyeri in Binghamptcn.: year
a refenI. 'Sdblir rt F' I'-kit.. Jr.. ; [ J. n Fleitas who had been
lI:00X.ari..I). J his-tbs i Clerk' .f the flnnii.r .
=-: .' in the hands of consumers and probably leveling and reducing of markups." That Ness eml l>.aut.-.. Uanii-aUi- .S.5..Innoi.t".r at-r M-ar. SlMah..n.<.0' lb. E.tale......ra.rd...r i.I I .i..Hr.rr.unt. >. ......1'.10.' .clerk in the I local Western Union ago .
Newslran Rand : hrr.-mba .
| : 't.rmr! K. Saasrr'
.\....\: H : Ir. 1Al.rrt I II i j office for several today .
.I.\li" I years was -
menas that through
a better financial situation in farming greater efficiencyand 1l:1-Nv;; ., &: variety; to 1-nl/c l.etmty i-lvrk. .
U:00-IMUKintc t'li..IH4-.Ioo-: I f';r .:the Sdniri.: : lr""r. \I.I.\N T: I.K: MJI-: ilL promoted to assistant; rr.anci- STOP ITCHING ::; QUI
and labor circles. smaller unit profits these stores are Jae. : Jut -I-: 1' ; !S..II. "it T r..' t"."'till FO1

These factors the doing their utmost! to protect i .. JI'J: J iI go DISCOMFORT
,; may help postpone! our pocket- The word "elastic" comes I Sill II l: li I1ilIlIlltI TONIGHT

day of reckoning but they cannot overcome books. They are fighting price increases from the Greek verb meaning to I I 11t:;. 1.r......... 5.1.' S-. 11t. I!'Ut \ Tilt (11(111T I ''ll MT or IIIK. i, City Clerk Wallace Prnder. Enjoy the sooUUnc and comfort the Q
I" "III: IIllIll O1 Tilt 111151 \ w
(:1.1:11\: Jimciti. 1 in( iirf who went to Chicago to attend lag medication of Gray s Oml-
the creation of surplus commodities and selling as cheaply as they can. While drl'ebut acquired its modern t JI "..t:. "n""nl: I'I11TS. C> Tin: vi t *: <>iiii>im> \. Brent ...h>le pleasant antuepucs trziU.43
.. neaning through the writings ofa 1'1.1110115.1111011 5TH.Iit. :' i\ \\iou XOMIOK I-IM vri. ; '" the Crummer bond refunding: aid in cttla'z: rid of ernlatan i iGRAY'S

when war-stricken areas resume produc this survey dealt with food systems only, 17th Century experimenter in . Iah' JKSr.S.: ti.1NHFZT" ; I" t i1SSI'IItb._ .. tn.rnactioo. returned yesterday OINTMENT 10' We.<
1 .1-1:1
tion. There is only one way to make possible the same thing is true of stores which sell I air currents. I .. ................ ..IRFri lIb.54x: IR'ans. to ,
\11 I .dit..r". and Persons -. I'la.ut.If.vs. ; t! Today The Citizen says in an
full utilization of the normal productive clothing, variety goods and everythingelse. Placing .'!aim. "r IeawndaSwainst :.' III'. Olt l'R :: editorial parasraph: Q
t, LEGALS Sad: Rcta' ..: J to.I UN PoT!' .. >..,;. j jI. Your Grocer SELLS That Good LIlted
}powers of the earth, that is by rearianting ; I V..u a." each ..( \ >.. are ..*...-"y ... I.. '..rooIInl. .! 'As a "mother aeweth so ?ruHthe :
cellfisd and rrga'r-d h. prrsrnl anyclaims UIIUIn: OF PI It Ml 1'I IllS child rip ?
world finance so that peoples will Another development has been a H' and I" Tin: .Ht.t IT 0' KT 4ib'-" i
.-ith.r ..f ;yu. max hair I h.- .' S. *.?.r...., I,,.- ISl-.... ,
1'iosi) eHii greater buying power. change in the percentage !sales ,'olumeregitered 1:1.\1'11: TIII: vmi Ji II": OK 1\1.ri.uKiiit.4IIt1'1 ICHl' estate '.1 Jr;,:- S..nrhr= dr.r.t.-i. N. w' '..nd..n. .rtrr'trnt. Silver eels of Europe descrnd i AMERICAN i

.r Just: as the people of this country thru by various companies. As an IXM t nIH t''I': \514i4(111HITt.IS . :I lat* of.said f "Monr.Mii'..nn's.. i.. lb. "I'.notyJudie '.,r.. tth T..aare. IKll hermLv for I',\Mtubto.." fled. ageinst apprar': to the sea. travel across the At- and CUBAN datIT .

"* their took risks in the example t >... 'I-|;:ot ai i.i: !> .ffl- > in tti..nrt b'.nM.f "y... M t..- alM.x. -vi-l! .MI.n "I' I lantic to breed in an area na '
government, win- canned fruits and vegetableswere av -Try A Pound Today-
: .'.\r.I. I:.. JOHN'S": ; :';. fonntv at Krv W st. F5.rda.ailhia tt>- nth .la.' ..r Jnl>. .,. I.. Bermuda and then r*' Q
.' ning of the great war, we must take risks one of the biggest items'handled by IMiiintirt I right ralrndar m,.nllt" from l7I.btherwnr'h.: Pll4'ta'!:: ..' cue- : -- -- Lilt
I .. ..
rf ..
llM- ;
HIS ORf Ki,, the time : r.t n of taf0ed icrr'n wilt I. t.k-n : n
T in connection with the existing 'peace. Fortunately the food chains in early days. Now they H.TTJ'V? .IIXS' 'X. I i il this noti.>-. Each < lalm ..r drmand. -1. a . . r . . r r . rr r. . 0; I
.*-rn '. the risks do not include the sacrifice i account for less than one-twentieth of the ; itp n III." \rio\ I the plane ..f r'-ud.M. And 1'1 ...litcr "*-.ii.U.| tin- :> !, .:..s ..< 4miA l I' I .'
T i. addrr.c .I Ihi .1..1... .. nn.l' 141ArCRltI
of thousands of men and the destruction total business. That isn't because less of lt-ttv. Johnsonli shall Ise aw"rn in I.t 'h.Iam: .. 'ir. .tut .--..iirtSi a .
1*> his agrnt. .., h.. ..n..r". :; .....1 .,rat ?{. .' S.IWXTI
of billion of dollars' worth of goods. them are being sold-but the increased ":1 ."""... Illinois I su. h ilnnn, ..r .I. n. ,i.i'n", .' ,. 1..1! ';. .1. .., ',. .:0' ...,, f."1
..u err hereby r..u.r..1 t. Appear I sl.uil l iss....l . I: :< .iliU" n \.iix'*: nutabb
All that it requires is an intelligent willing- sales of a long list of new items have de- to the Bill: of Complaint f..r divorr I Ian I-.|" I ll.\S: SANi'HKX.: I', I"'" . ; a .
.. .iilnnnivtrit., tii.. 1 ..r : jiTi
lb ..a. vntiiUd aiion, the : : : i> ; I\\I.INI. :
lies w venture a limited amount of dollars creased their percentage importance. In I 14th day of Jwlj.. l!I',. othrrmis* J, "uwar, h..7. .5..I \i ..t i- :..- I . . ,. Id ::
I.\ .
therein. mill 1 I.- takyi a- ,: '- : I 1' in ". !!-_"> ,I'M- ""'
on a progressive! program of assistance toE other words the consumer has; an ever rQ

E* other |1N'0ples.WATCH. growing list of :goods: to choose from. And I u.*This..k t-........I..r four.n In b*.....Mil ulilihidnrr i\.. Hwk* in a I - Vkllofl'

the KfVft 'itln. a -xv-ia|>.-rpuhli.d '. tt
that too is true of the stores which deal ; in kx St.-t. I..rula.! ,j .

: YOUR SAVINGS in ,....., and. Ordrr this "Ih lax 1 r 5 w. .II
consumer goods other than food. I .., J.....-. .\.1'! I:'.". I '

The typical American !store, whetherit .:;t\L, R.."... P S.ta ter t' . ItlaA
r clerk t< the: .'in ust ,'..urt.

; The New York Stock Exchange answers be a chain or an independent, has no \ 1'.swt1. FI..ri.l. ''I. ',.. > ? ,..000riul
: 1/t. ..d. .\..... ,'. 1."nra'nih.pill. >!.Y
: useful purposes as it furnishes methods counterpart anywhere else in I- ) I I..rl.. t .
i 3ttstom IhtHtrutkrlle ilddVA
I-AI'K B. \
= that have made it possible toliuild up service, sanitation, displays or any other i.r (the fi"I.i.!;;' I ::: : } .
= junl 1 .-:::!-f: : .jlx 5,1'45!
the American economic system Assuming criteria. !It is an outstanding! product of our lire

that to }be true let us recall how hundreds competitive system. MIIIIK HIK IIP TIIKKH%rpi U':'TI"\ I 4fflINN.15 : InSc'

:. of thousands of "innocents" didn't, ll.n.r Hill X.. IWIXIITUK ScBr
is IIKII-I\: : :i\is I: rl.i.. p7vit -
- know any better than to rush in and Never with ill. IM.I.I., ..! h.,, Jrs t e.
gamble get angry an individualwho I I
r.rllv.. lHK:; .run. .0. 1,.. ,ni.'l, -drtifi. rr .

: in the stock markets-you remember doesn't;;; know as much as you dn. ..-...-** thrrt-oii. jl.rr :a T6.nuo I I. .,:.. .dt.., !I.. ', ,- AVAILABLE I on'ills'S h.

_- when Those unfortunate adventurers did i--r' at.4 \...r ..f i--ii.ii.. . tli-Isripli t .. Had wf 1'wrl Iirfwr : I
.m "t Ih l.r'.i., ."rt I' ..".1 t I h., I .NOW Iisl-ked silk sws-stalk- -
not know what they were doing-they EVERYBODY LOSES THE STRIKEIn canoe. I.. ....... .. u. w.- .. . .1 .'r. es.met I r I tlr
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imagined that by pulling their savings out .11.-"'.-rtt.0.' X. !i: Aim ALLMIM MIILIMJS -- I Ad.J.

. Sear: ..I I' 10.Iii. I'.i.. ) AralluMf .
of the banks they could "make a terrible the recent packing house; strike lrrnpt.n ..f Sands [ I rI ..- .. tah
lot Ki.l. Bis",; .'...- Art 1-,.11 1<..... : Free Estima os-Call 6S2 A'S'ST
of money" in the stock markets. I t
about 80,000 men were out for 67 days, I. PSF.i.. It 4n't l..t i A J.Se. PROMPT i.l\lHV: .
\is no use in reciting thaftragic which .-. :*.-Tm p Mi. I: ."i 1 II...t -. I r ynjra'11 nit on11 it ? t ? r4<.:nr r.: flOr!
story during which time their .
wages would have "" .ano /J-1557.: 1. r..rd.1 I .fit
ruined so who in \1..1'' ... I ..tll.tx I:... ..' .|-. I tnpry.ll. ycash. hut.tii n \ .f ..: > -
people didn't
many know amounted to $40,000,000. At the same time Xamin .hi. ...-rriM..har1 : it'cc-
'be Her. XiB..:t.l ;Oax.iti | I I to tht bank to maL q c r ;,,t. St
t.e farmers were unable to sell t their produceand All ..r :...1! |....|..-riN I........ in .11.. .
..tiiil* ..f ri. I N fir qu.rk. r.v malmR. Tins
.i r..l.i
'r" they were heavy losers. The packers i'.ile.. 'u. k rrlifre... ... .rt" Ig a viv.-f ss.M ,1 n ..P1;, M '.

: Most of the vacations i. a'... ,tall h. red.r.-.I .., ... I/ < to .nUrcst .
t of .
1948! will lost millions a.unt. let th
: of dollars. The FLORIDA ih I tail'. tale '
general public i t. Ijxx thwW.,. TH 4..I.. .h"1, 909 FLEMING STREET KEY WEST. ) ITT -
.. leave the victims completely exhausted. paid higher prices for -.rah ....rl."t.. ..e ,'. rt J--i.- PHONE 682 I I I'!1'
meat. At the .
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I b. Ill t. ,Ihhiuh.: t 1..1.! ... 'il ,.. I I/ 11.011111() )
v end of more than two months the strikers .-. brew d....1' en 'h' fin-I \1- rpHK NATIONAL .
dec. i. Isswthi et A_. -t. ISIS "h? his I Ai 1W.o.d
: A daily habit that will pay dividends went back to their plants on the the :!noli ,Ia.f Antrai I'4, Drapery Conlif'f'I .
Dau4 Ihi. ZI..t des ..( .Ivn. 1't'; I ItSII. Memtrj of the Fedlrai DePosit a.I.,1Dt L
d to the individual is a habit that should be terms they were offered before they walked ., R.-s' 4: : YOUR Insurance Corporation .

cultivated. Why don't you ? out. Everybody lost.: i .Clark 11o.rue of r..uktJ.I'ir:'at 11.:;:::-Id., ..i i -- -- FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANK 1

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TUE I!.ky.'JU29t 1948 THE KEY wr<;' \.cmZr. PAGE: THREE

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f Business Directory To 1 .


Be Published By Chamber By Florence Theel :JA"


Shortly To Go To Press
Chapter 2 ,. I "Oh. a Jsanoer; took a clip
CNAP, Bert's pretty little span'eL I ->fl t.. "h" -''Befcr -

. *,-* came ruslang to meet aim. ajoyoui if armed n*s ,n: i'_-
:l n. '_IGK PRIM ED HOOK golden streak barking aol I > r.-:' t adv said nmy

I j ) excited welcorre. Bert set anxxn t " aotooty .et me Krn>w k
TO SHOW CIIIMBERMKMI1RRS ha suitcase. and sue *
Inapt upon word at arvnrz' Gee. < ..i n
Weather.FORECAST him. licking his face and hands was na time n1)'a for ,;aar.->>>. Ht
LISTED BYBUSINESSES and gouis back ta ns law again ducted ne oacK of f".ritv': starts
_______ _i>_ Snap! You good ok, girl" Bert r-ter.-:g on the KeT.)ard. "Well.:
!I cuddled: the silky head: against ImH ". \ a,dn ? hurt you: muts. 1 see."
him. Gted *" j jI
to see rap. aren't -ou "
"Xo. Goo this
Shark FeWest and Vicinity: Partly !I But Bert didn't see that Eileen's!
The 1942 edition of a Key I *e ttixe nands tell r..c a r..el1.Q .
eyes were mv. asf' softly jt
dOtad- ,md continued warm :'t'D rr.r-rtt.
West business directory, pub- closed the door on their glad re- '
today tonight and Wed !'dlY. unon. t And no* since our *aartst
lifhert by the Chamber of Cimt Moderate Proudly the spaniel led the ns came no"ie :o ro s:" -t:>.'t..
to irrsh elSterh'win I
nwree officials is soon to go to' way. and Bert's throat tsgnten ill-!" Paul \ 'j. Statute5hocrs in thu I!' *rom Intun.- '- ..' car
as he read the mjy&c e
big ign on tneI
prP _'" it was announced today > little
area 13"0lr$. KcLaat Rooms aye a swing"Yean
Tie nsw Directory, which wilt'b Honda: Scattered ) Ifo ne Cooking, and the smaller .rn It'j on a !org tsmrt"Bf
a 28-page prinul booklet. showers s:gn Jbove it: Xo V'actfncjThe cocked sir neaa to jros the
and thunderstorms thru Wed front door with its thrt'e- l4irrea Jimns room ar-oss :ie nab Tnt
will show in addition Chem- ne her members classified into business dointr. aumiated: little woman in ooarder were troos,n1! d: wn*
groups, the nacres of all 4 east coast, toniiht Little chanj? a Pi .ed silt dress, joyously I : ,taT'Aficr Cupper, well ,rails
f'ivicrAnd fraternal organizations tin temperature reactuo her arms as Bert pent n s' 'he ruo!*"

the cityClub presidents and East Cult and JacksonnlU to eiweloo* her in a big bear nu?. I I "And have everybody meet
-Xlopa was aI that he eoul.1 witt n m m.k r 'onu'': manes?
tie times and places of meetings Thru Florida Strait: Moderate say; for the lump was in his Not in here you won't, my d ar."
will be listed. '
to fresh < tnrtvt:4gam.U ,
southeasterly \\moxer \ s
A directory of all churches in n.f1t.
welcome WORRIED lock
= south portion and Beetle art darling \ mtc:
Key West. hours of their ser- hove! B lace. "*1'
I- ices and the ministers will also to woc+rate southerly over aorta H* held his mother away, admiring ,ke this bosrdtne: house idf Ma.
b* 5hown portion thru WcdneJdaVeuth- her prttty graying hair, I They lau ned" "You will, wnenvou
A lift of public officials dtylJr.d er partH" rJoud.lh' widew gay red earrings trying xocvsrrol ee te tie tare dugcnit:: Mtmftxcd ,
scattered thuod: .r !\S voice. "Gee. Mom. you up for u!' In the garage: A
county are to be K? rnal craft or svnn. \v-un- lev swelll piano living quarters. Exen.h. a
well as pertinent information ins lwbt-t n L"ScroReport *YvH* look good to me. too. Son!" -. .'wer" .
regarding lax rates, voting information She wj* dabbing at let eves I Be rt out his arm around his
and a description of U"?S rg ttrou'h her tears "And i 'n.thrrt. squtervd n,'r hard Th .rtH
recreational facilities 1 i lock at nve. 1 a no so v'r w.-;; anybody like vou. Ma."
Population figures and school KtS: W* L FU June IMS fcippCla*; ir g his arm she led I ""Oh'l.u so! orb!" she 4aug.ccl

inC'ltn13ti h ,,rl be dealt with ''(Observation taken: at City Oifire. -m u-jri a center hall past therww. The Mitt "Nmtlll 1"'-, "lHl\- thin I '>k-Hl 21 thn wtvi the 1r.1Il.Il,1) -
., a:3L.. rsn "' here a primp *0fwas twirHle Putl had ev.Uer.tly
in the publication: descriptionof as-s s tw luna tabledVc"lt .r--attiid whi'r inherited ( It''f'I' .
<: IDt arms, as rem \ 1Jt<:>:r.I -
public utiltie.- facilities is to TetnaeratexeHighest -; 'u.e d.nner hv ourselves d"he Marv! -d'rs\oull
be given and present rats. yes -d..> t! 1's T!'y tuig rvH>m, You can meet Bat !.t'tt to embrace {t.r. I for fiPtrt nisi McHicUx "

ewraes. Lovest lost a the txnJeI mean the guests "Who are thc>?" dcmaTidodPjnl. .
Mia tiKo'rmal -slier*..r\i5," Bert .
Joe E. Alien x'ke-prebident of went over to h's brother -
thCitambvi of Commerce, said t *3 11rt r\ i bocn stealing quick.agpras.ig tOddy "nil lie vou<' assumed an- And with a knowing g-in. Exit
today The 194T Business Directory precipitation e..notabjut thecrtttrful othir quality as he said supply artswc-'cj for oct ".1 oiolcluo
hou_- and as the) entered "Eddy that meets in the swank hotel up
the Cham- Total last 21 hour ilK.Total
published; by
a comfortable room, over "Bert There was no need for the street One of your rrenioeMtold
bf.was the must complete this month 5* ma. sardn. he M .thcr .
Looking the erclaimeidilmhipd. : Words between these two who ne. < -a ji rlw ih
ource of infoin.alion showing Deliciecc thisj omh 3.1 ins. -Clee. )1,., this is great! were so close They were both a beautiful brown -yt's--on the AIxaradJ -
current community facilities that Total this sear 17,CS ins No wonder you preferred this tlf little choky fur a moment then bu!."
has ever been published in Key Excels this >ear 3.W uvRkl >. lvrg in our little house alone."' Bert quickly snapped out ot it. "You me.n-you met Eileen. ?
West The 1948 t'ditioniIl be .ti.a Humidity "I tad to do it for somebody.didn't "This is really ${)!)n..thmgyou H:.\'.- nice!"
1:30 A,1Lq IT With all of you gene?" two home on furlough'" Who never gets ahead of whC
exen more comprehensive. ThUl oat, ,, Sap smiled as Bert stared, questioningly "Furiough. nothma! We're out. around here" Eddy lessen '
information compiled into a' 'BaJmetet .t the table attractivelylaid too!" Paul was relishing Bert's "Yeah. Fast worker! Master
handy little booklet will be Most I ) tar four. With a tremulous delighted surprise. caving her for me haven'too.
useful for citieh.s and newcomErs j j tSk L..el) -.38 A.M. smile she opened the high old- "1 never could get ahead of you :Ma?" He took a playful lunge at
to Key We"t. end it is to 30.04 ins.-1017.3 nibs. fashioned rolling doors into the guys anywayhen did you Ret Bert who instantly returned a made available without Tomnrr .', Atmk/t ,, adjoining living room.Bert's home? Why didn't somebody tell mfLt along his brother's law
charge to ill who desire copies" Sunrise 5:42 a.m mouth felt pen., for me?" "E\-erv mart for himself around
there. IP his marine's uniform, Mrs- MiLane said Paul had arrived here voungner.I.iten ."
of whichare Sunset 'Z:!U pin.
TI.e directors3.000 was his younger brother. Paul from his base that morning: to the Air Corps talking -
printed annually are distributed Mooting 12:47 s.m grinning at him roguishly, and Eddy had come home three days Eddy laughed.
to new residents in the -,ft I:2 p,rr. Eddy the eldest, in army khaki before. "I wanted you to jf surprised Paul folded his arms displaying
city winter visitors who plan tot Itloon, lit t fjuailcr Jj 2>1 sitting at the piano. like 1 was." :service stripes upon tus sJe'ex-e.
pend at least several months in "1'.IUI!" lie wrung his brother's "And you both came through His blue eyes were roguish his
Key West. Nax-x- personnel whore TIDES hand. "This is wonderful! How without a scratch' tantalizing smile a challenge "B'jt
are you. Paul?" "Of course!" Paul pounded his it's always the Marines who make
.- t ralL fe.-roo with their fami- (. Tomorrow "How do 1 look? Welcome to chest. "Unshatterablc leatherneck the landing. You're going to hare
I the Naval Station and to t (Naval Base) the igloo!" Still flippant carefree !" tome competition for the fair
; Key Westers who request copies :' .Eastern: Standard Time) as he'd always been. But there "And you. Eddy?" Bert grew Eileen!"
r Newcomer,, uie thoje who I 1H1 h Low wa gladness in his handclasp. anxious, as Eddy kept /I ' (T. kc (.Uasedl

1 heneIit rao .t by using the directory 4:10 a.m. 10:51t \\\. z
for referfhce. a? it give? I 4:30 p.RI, 10:25 p.u.
them information that most Key Postman Saves sitting between the WILL YOl SMII.K?
4 Welters are already familiar ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA rail.-, tossing gravel and. bearing -

with.ww.wwwwr..wwwwwwww. Reference Station: Key West down on Kim, wa., the South- Out of His LineLittle

Time oft! Height of 3.x r.-Oil] ChildNORMAN bound streamliner Texas Chief
Sta OaTide :Jhigb watefBaLla Hurling his mail ark to the Archibald had had hit

TIlE VETERANS Honda OklaWhile ground. Price raced a haJr. IOl'k; first drithnu leon that nt'11ing. -

(bridge) _-Oh lOin 00 ft trudging liis usual round with through wau-t-high weeds and and was telling Ins n.mlu
No,;Name Key the mail: Postman Alv-ie Prwv. )test made it He jet iced the child thai if he had two apples and

CORNER (east end) __+2h 20m 2. saw 3-yeai old Jerry Gene backward and they both tell be- Mime one gave him tInt.. > I.c .
( I side the tracks The mailman
Boca Chica would have (our apples.
.wwwwwwwww-wwwwww ($pndy Point)-Oh 40m : to be subtracted. found the child' home and re- "Now. thnid his nn'ther.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERSFOR Cafcles Channel (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to turnced him ana then went on "if you had three bananas and I

BENEFIT OF VETS (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft. be added. dc livering his mail Cave you three- more how tinj

, oOo (h-Hour. would have then"
Questions by veterans and authoritative ---- you
answers by the Veterans NOTE (rn)-Minute The custom of embulmms hid "Oh. we haven't don? bananas
: Administration are pub- (r-)Minus sign: Corrections (ft.)-.eet. its oiigin in ancient Egypt yet Muinna." saul Archiliuld.
_ J,._ __
liolieU in this column by The Key
West Citizen as a public service

to Life?our: When Insurance veteransQ is National considered Service lapsed 150 you're getting Married'/ Nt&s I

A: It is lapsed when a veteran __
fail Co make a payment of pre- .
mium within 31 days: from the '
date it was due '

Q: If I do not receive National 'I
Life Insurance premium notices oce MOttrCn/ 1 form*.
Mn/ir1A6t tint
or receipts promptly, should: I :
continue to send my premiums:;? ' ut $1 Fo0p ; 1tto too ?

_ _
A: Yes You alga shauld clearly ,
identify your payments T>y ?- + Ctor1I11V6

{.ix ing yoU insurance policy
number, but if that Ls not available -

you should give your rank.
organization 01119 your service

serial numberQ
: If I filed a change of address
with the VA hospital or regional M

office where my claims folder is 'q e' \ r tT
on file will the same change bo ? 4 bl .frK.W

made on my insurance records?
A No. Change of address for
of compensation ur pension e
purpose /
is not a notice of change of y'
address for insurance purposesVA And after psymAit's o
of Address -
Form 8S9. "Change
." should be executed by the yours ouhigfit /

in,.ujtd to notify the Insurance

Service in the appropl tale _ _ _ _
Branch OfficeQ
When may veteran decide I
whether he will pursue training god rV*: Af'// alt / J ,
under the Ser% icemen's Readjustment I, taitic'... illitd
Act (G-I Bill or under phsit'
Rehabilitation lots of lux Iy
|he Vocational 4

Act A?: After eligibilty has been established ki' G

under both laws

(Veterans wishing further information -
about veterans' ben-
efits may have their questions
answered by writing to the nearest -

frILL.I'OfT VA office )SMILE? :

The Limit"How _

do! you spell 'graphic?"

asked the :young woman. "Withone
T or two?"

Theolder man sighed Wen I f m by mn w n m ..
he said at last. "if you are going Mal SD *f* how it' .Whds I

to use any, you may as well
go the limit.

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TUESDAY; JUNE 29 19.' ;

] !I . . .a. . . . . . . . . . I FOR SALE
// To Do Your GrimsJuitccs9

House trailer. $1. .OO. Goo* .

Laundry In Hour t] Post Office : CLASSIFIED ADS, condition.Park 638 Apply United.Mastic Trailer .

And One Hair i Is SnnillcslGHIMSHAWES I jun29-3U

Ever mindful that the elevation s IiifoniialioH for the Advertisers Handy-hot portable electric washing -

of women is one cf the sheet ... ... rat "":"T machine. Company guar.
"'T.;" .n ;(a. 'n
objectives of Business and Pro- n1.At''P Ttri: aTmeD' r..r ,-la-.urb-d ,...hrrtl.m."I .- I antee. $20.00. 112 Seminary
Is ,n.arial'., i. adaee. lout
feo"i.nal.Qmen's Club. the \d' .. mdI. ""n..r this ristitar ad' ,'rl .w. r" .1111 I. dopr a"a Street. jun2-3ti
West is I. h. inrt' d in Th. ""'1'7' n .t Key croup sponsoring a a .
,, ..
r.fl'f I. a .nf r..r -h in- meals ehara.4 tS
demonstration on "Howto do e n 1..t the rni".rnvm rharge ,..r "I nLU"'TIO% ol:"ttii.l'R Gas water heater 15 eai.: cape
fin dirt I. w-ris ?r 29e. To locate pehli'.ata"n. cnpv ,we-t' city practically new. Alas
Your Laundry in Ilour-aml- .1;: :: :
an berm. 11r , f'.r bla.La. Se a lac in The ('linen with
a-half tomorrowevening at 8o'clock Iral ;tn.! ii- minimum 'h4rge for a'ekrck I. the IlivrDIDJr of tile days birdsere maple vanity /
the first I. words i. 4C. vt pablhall.Q. I| large mirror and bench. 1321
in the Harris School au- I Newton. Phone 257.

dit'>rium. jun3-3tx
Modern ":1 "a. ..rfi'anr ." a'.pte.i under the "Uv..ln ..nd 'Jo,ss: in (he'
science is
C'Onstantlyde.j e""n' ..f rr..r in ad..TI..ln lragleat ur ..nttra..i. Th. ('",ttzrn w .11 be
ing more labor and money r...... ,. .It'. n..I, ('ath. first .nrUon In .......i'_ ad'trli.a.g. tool I. Electric water pump and prcs-
savins appliances which take the Ia..pla7 '.h..I..c fnr, Ih.. "du.1 am'Hlnl "f apses ,,,,,'ua>ld Lo he Phone 134.
storage tank.
par .1 the adceri,.rw.nt .,.... Ibe error """ur" i i! sure
daily round of household chores jun293tAlan's
out.of the never-endinR drusery . . . . . . . . . . . . :

class, thus affording more time I' FOa RENT J HELP WANTED-MALE i bicycle. good balloon tin;

for other interesting or remunerative L good paint. $16.45. 19W Sta-

pursuits.The I IlftUM Two adults no pets. YOUNG MEX WHO WANT i iI i j pies Are. jun -3tx
business and careervo- Phone 772-M. !
men is able to devote hltllnt- i I h.pJ.ofui.
One 15-foot Ivnan, 23 -
: There are strange and thrilling
ele\\here without sacrificing : RENTAPARTMENTSFurnished and trailer. Inquire .
home duties; the wife and mother -ff ",' ''"'- ,v .f! II|{ sights to see in the Far East ;j; EOn outboard Boat Yard.
who chooses home-making as : I{I and you can see them and be'; Key West
BuUding'fiRIMSHAWES. 3 jun24-tf
her career is able to devote more I t 1 and bath. Maid and janitor 1!1 i paid for the experience. Any .
the diversified interest LP 5r.rraa.rr. II young man who enlists now in
time to :I
;. service linens and utilities j 1 Motor Bike lights, new JiRiS,
of her family. N C t :111- :| I I the U. S. Army for three years
}| furnished Summer rates. Cor- :t!i basket. 1943li...
The Bendix demonstration is VF shaves claim di.--tiiH.Mon i j j I may elect to n'ith the fa- ] speedometer
al Hotel Apartments opposite ] I: $100.00. 82O Georgia
being made possible by the: of having the smallest post ofi i I t moos divisions now stationed I j cense.
I Post Office. jun24tx'
Yates Appliance Shop in con- I fire in the United States It is a II j jun25-Htxi j in Japan or Korea. after compTcting : !,<: Street

junction with the club and i* log-trimmed building about four his basic training. Any
i J3 apartments available at 411 business
] Pressing CluU. Rood: op-
ire to the public. All men0' by five feet Operating yearround [ young man with previous mili-
.and offering full tacili- I William Street. jun!fi-Itx i :'! portunity. COO Duval Street
men and children are invited to tary service and who is quali-
attend to learn how an ordinarv lien-parcel p.. -t. registered mail I j i I II field in an MOS may enlist and; jun23-61x
sized laundry can be completely -It selves about 10 families in apartment adults no I I'I ( he assigned immediately to .
finished from hamper to bureau addition to summer vacationists. i{''I pets. Conveniences. SO.OO.1; i Far East service. You nwy 12-foot dinghy. For information
drawer in one hour and a hall Mrs Dewey Passmwe is the' 1206 Florida Street. Phone I i never again have an opportunity : apply 1023 Virginia St. .

Valuable door prizes will be po>tmistrcssjminrtiimmwwiiimniiiimiiiimuimiiuiiinjiiiiuu. I003-W. jun 17-tf i ity like this to see distant parts : jun263tr

Offered and an interesting evtnih'g I! of the world-with traveling Notes (Promissaryj. Ic each. Art-
is' being planned for those Fuinished 2 1-2-room apartment. j,i expenses paid and good pay bvi i man Press. Citizen Bldg.. phone
present by the special committeein Utilities-furnished. Couple only.
N.C.C.S. I 5L marJ U
charge headed by Mrs Ruth Apply 013 Windsor Lane. ,i without .
Higgs. 1021 DuraJ Street junl-tf!j U. S. Army and Air Force Recruiting !t Furniture limed oak bedroom
All members of the club :an DEFENSE FORCESPROGRAM I I II I S atJon. 23 N.E. 3rd : suite studio couch: easy char
expected to be present to act a* I\2mishcrl apartment new gas j jI Street. Miami. Fla. coffee table. end tables. Duncan -

hostesses and ushers, it was announced I range electric ITfrigT ltor. cr: n-' J3-jun25-2l I Fife (SI) mahogany table: ,
by PI'e5idl'nt.Ilhdme- tinuous hot water. Monthly. maple breakfast set. rug. Fez
nia- HartevAWIup111iIU11lUUWU1111f11U1iUlA1m1U111iil1UUtUlh. .I'/IIIIIIUIIIIU'IiI.U'Ililllll""Jlllllllllnllmllllilllp"I i'I Phone 213. jun2 J-lf HELP WANTED-MALE information call 312-J. *- ljun26

:!:OO 1'.:\1.-Na\v Wvc.-. Shim -:lx
ming. Seaplane Boa Pool. Four apartments. Apply 4111 i Route salcbinan-iruck driver. ti
What's Doing ) :30 PM.U.S. Naval Hospital !I William Street. jun2 -30lx I III Good pay. Apply in person.Cabiera i i Win sell like rent- six-room sin-

Party, jointly with Wholesale Gnu-cry. i furnished house and small'fctHouse
at the Red Cory (2nd Tuesday). {II Thrre-room apartment. 713 Si- I j{ jun2C-3tx I needs l1i""orpaW..

ARMED SERVICES 7:0 P.M.-U.S. ir":oit..:. I|I n*?nt.>n Strrct. jttn2 9-3tx I II i $100.00 dwn. li50 wecUy
Y.M.C.A. Entertainers to Wards (3rd: I I l I HELP WANTED IJaymcn1s.hith includes In-

Jackson Square. Whitehead Tuesday). I Efficiency apartment. 510 Francis ,,, MALE OR FEMALEi II terv t Write Citizen, Bos c.B.jun.3 .
WEDNESDAY Street. hone 507-R. ii I -- =

and Southard Streets I 1:00 P.M. 11:00 I'.M.iIl rtls.1 i i jtin2! -2tx I II 'i Honest and reliable man or xvoI .
WIJmIIrII1Ihlllllll'lillnlDlUnmlllUllllUDlllIIIIJITuesday Ping I'on'ntin I man *to make liuust- to house Marblr-top dining table. $19.00.
Showers. FOR RENT-APARTMENTS i I contacts for our studio. Evans Table-t >p gas stove. $40.W.
1:1N1I1.1 I 509 Southard Street. 504 Elizabeth Street Fernandez. -
&:30 P. M Little Theatre Group 12:30 P.M. Hospital I I
juOItfI jun23-2tt
rehearses; Ping-pong: Shuffle Fishing Party joint pn'Jr..n.
Board on the Patio.Wednesday NCCS. YMCA an.l Red Cn *. The Stutz Hotel. 410 Fleming
1:00 P.M.-1'\a} Win Physical Sh.. t. has a pulniancttc apt. I HELP WANTED-FEMALE: Rauland public addTS ;ystaaL

1:00 P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval Fitie-s (.'Ia. .. and several so -ping moms varant. 110 or 6 volts suitable for outdoors -
Hospital Patients. Joint Pro- 2:00 P.M.-Navy Wives Club. Low weekly cr monthl! jrates. j j Seanntr es s. Steady work. Collins or mdli..e-. Phorr.

cram YMCA. NCCS. 6:30 P.M.-Boxing CI r.<.... jan22-tf !:: 003; Duval Stnet. I. Three speakers. All new. Apply .
C.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Party .:00"P.M.-Span Conversation /! just=s.GbI:: I II I30tt Division: Stied.jun.

featuring Square Dancing Group. .> FOR RENT-ROOMS I i si-1ti
Virginia Reel 3:00 P.M.-Dance. Three Sates |I LANDSCAPING I
10:15 P. M.Wemcr Roast on the Orchestra OVERSEAS HOTEL 24" pedestal fan and- National
Patio Grille. THURSDAY 917 Fleming: Street I} Power mowers for rent. Whipsor cash register rings from Ic to.

> Thursday ::00 P.M.-ScapU.niBase lat. Weekly Rates reels. Reasonable.rard- $09'J.93. Rear. 706 White St.

'900, P. M.-Dance. John PI itch- Navy Wives. $SJH to $10.00 without Bath low's Landscaping Co. Phone ,I jun282txMan's

ard and His Orchestra. 9:00 A.M. 5:00 PM--Sewing $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath ,, 74S-W. jun21-6t
Friday Machine. Typewriter Writing jun I-tI bicycle balloon tires. seat
8:30 P.M.Briagc, Pinochle and Room. Showers. FOR SALE OR LEASE I cover and basket. $17.00. Un3 -


Saturday 2:00 P.M.-Softball finNavy Tip Top Bakery and adioining i jun.-3ti
8:00 P. M.-Movies. Wives at Bayvicw Park. Furnished cottage. Apply 1128 home with two apartmentsI .

10:15 P.M.-Juke Box Dancing on 2:00 P.M.-Prenatal Ckis. Depiiitmcm Margaret Street or Pnons I Bakery doing a nice business. C HELP WANTED MALE. ,
the patio. of Health Inslruc- 3I5-J. jttrt:3-6tx 95 Eaton Street. Phone 895-U.

Sunday I tor. I I I jun28-6tx 1 GOOD P.\Y WHILE YOU

94.:: A. Hi.-Java Club discus 9:00 A.M. 5 00 P.M.-Sewing Small furnished ("Utt? t'. children I LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE
sion Group. Machine, T'pcwlltcr..rit-I I welcome. Apply 1306 Division WANTED High School Graduates. . h Me
11:00 A.M.-"Go to CHURCH ing Room. Showers.SATURDA Street. jun28-2tx I I your future now! Here's an offer
Parties" i I Home for two female puppk-s for good pay. .valuable fcfrcnencc.

3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections ::'10 P.M.-Boxing Tiaming. I I'I I I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I Call 11 14-.1. Jun26 4tx . .an assured future!

announced 1:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M.-Drvsstas;I AND COTTAGES Th- U.S. Army's Tchaie
9:00 P. M.-Fellowship Hour on 'I Rt' ,nis. Showers lor Bathers.| GARDEN SUPPLIES I School Plan w.II start you Off
the Patio. Community Singing SUNDAY I i On"- dioorn cottage.crecrNd I I II in the trade you choose.and

Beatrice Moreno at the I .000 A.M Communion Break- ; p n-h. for rouple. .\L.... cffi- D. you need u new lawnmowcr yon can qualify before you enlist -
Piano. 1 fi.! t. Whitcluit Club. U.S. Sub' CHTCV apartment for w..rkingi '\.t" have the TUI'f-1\la,
10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. I Bas,- (2nd Sunday-I. i ci uplr. Call 1021-J. jun25: -3t?. I and Dixie mowers all 1 ..cad for high school graduates
(i. S. O. meetings 'Girls' Service I 1:00 P.M. Picnic. Ss liming I the Key West Garden and j between 17 and 34. Get the

Organization), every 2nd Pool. Wiener Roast (sign pin FOR SALE-USED CARS I.wn Supply Co.. 914 Fleming I full facts fnnn your nearest
and 4th Monday. Ii advance I Strict Key West Bird and j US. Army & U.S. Air Force
Game Room: Chinese Checkers. Information services housing, 1937 Packard Six. for-dor sedanI I I Goldfish headquarters. Recruiting Station at 25 N.E.

chess cards, ping-pong pool, city maps. I Goad mechanical condition j I jun23-U r 3rd Street. Miami. Choose the

writing desks, library current I Religious literature, library| $285 00. Can Iw seen at TonyV. school you want. now!
magazines, various table I
etc. telephones, stamps, wrapping and Auto Body Shop.

Showers tennis rackets, gull f mailing packages railway ex- jun23-6
press service, laundry pick-up-- Late model washing ;r;;('hm.1
clubs. fiihing. line
available to all defense forces Oldsnmbile. 6t'yhndtTIoticJ new Rears and
checking service film service, and their families. 1937. 4 new. tins and tubes Can be seen n.lknM'OO'j Washers irons vacuums and
mailing and wrapping packages MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN. Excellent running conditionAl Body Shop. 603 fans repaired. OBriai-U Phoc
receiving- messages, phone booths
stamps, railway express service Executive Secretary.MISS all arounJ. Navy CPO 1164-M. junl-tf
available to SERVICE PERSON- HILDA CASTILLO. being iraiisfencd to sa duty.
NEL. Secretary. will sell for $-I ;).OO. 303 Margaret Bungalow small store building Floor sanding done by ex perU.
Lcslcigh Davis--Director. -- Cottage -E". and lime grove on four nice Free estimates given. Phone
Gerald Pinder-Program Di- t I WANTED 10 BUY jun: -Sb lots. size 50' x 1:0' each in good 163. or call at 701 Caroline St
section. This be juni5tfCaroline :
can bought on
rector. &' -tmd.h.-md tri-.iuu--
Lillian Weaver-Secretary. I chine.. Write or ph,,n"-.irma Owupant. -- easy terms. Johnson & John-
son. Phone 372. junl-tf 223 Ann Street
Doreen Cruz: InformationDesk 43; Rest EtMch. 1522J.REFRIGERATION Shop.
Aide. 1947 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DE will nmain1'"' through July
-- Jun.Jtx LUXE SEDAN. Just broker 500 flicets. S'i x I I. white newsprint with increasing stock of new,

rrif.f t'o1I1l1.E? !: --- in. Wry low mII St.. IVactit- 23c. Artman Press Citi.t'n inexpensive cottons for i'Hp
I ally new. RadN> and heater Building. Phone 51. cover and draperies. From W

Last Minnie '|I II Hoibn-uk Refrigeration Service.dtwnestic SptnK-ss... William Meyers. Gift Junl7-I3t to 5 daily, except Thurbdaj and
and commercial. Work Shop. La Conchs Hotel. Saturday afternoons.

I j guaranteed. free estimate on jun221s., White outside Mint, white cna- jun26-3lx
Disaster i i rrpair. Call 724W.. ;I I niel. $2.73 per pal. 5'. D.D.T.
jun'SrGix I I"t' TXT qt. Doherty & Alterations and Dresfinakin
i -- Co. S46 Olivia, cor. Pjcki-r. Phone 1393-M. 1017 Margaret
The doctors .jiftcr much consanitation. HELP WANTED-:-MALE { 193S Che\mtet pickup. truck. Phone 1597. -'inl4-tf Street. jun29-3t
'.ad dccitkti aft.'I.1] .
that. ? -- -- -- --- -- -
------ -- t factory-tnnlt txrly. Can be - -- -
tv.cntyears in the mental lies | BE Monrw- Motors Paint
pilal. Mr. Blank was, fit to be nitajcd. '- AVIATION< J(I Shop or 1404 Leon Stntt.i .

In a (.: woild.. th- way t<. :n.nx-i I;i I jun2 .3t:: Something New!
On themorning of his release fat i> to learn one of the skills< I I II
Mr. Clank ,
wt allowed to shave ;
and trades demanded l" the :! 1941 Dud i-unverlibU- himself instead of having to subinut future: You have .. chance Mkart ,i f i master. $'s). Rear 706 WhiteStrwt. BLAl'TYFor
to the attentions !
of the bar.her ,
fast. jun2S-2t.\
.move up .and'
in the hom-. I draw good pay while vmi'iv do- :i i Asphalt Tile Floors t

Turning to address a remark lag it! Here's how If >, IMP' u '/ STORAGERed I
to one of thee attendants who had'come high school II
ci< < bet\\it-n
to wish him goodbye. his.ra 17 and 31'al PLASTICA
old. can MIcrt -- Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor I Ho. 3l.liinitnilc
-ur caught the string which' thtsptfiiitiztH .\....,..".*n' commercial. Phone .!Ja.
upportcd the shaving mirror. training VIKI pe'.'fer. qualify BEFORE junl-U II i
-\liich fell to the ground. vow enlist snot hisun' ---- -- U ax in? Lazily l/,/;/;('" tuulItric
When Mr. Clank tried t.. onith of that ..
g. tr..inJnU' a\a>labKto Quick To t .If'Cl % .
A his -ihave lie looked at the you under the U. S. Air Force TRANSPORTATION-- I i v ,->A// initlt

bUrnt walU"WflL'' Aviation Career Plan. Cc tht- Chief petty '*ffn- -r din;:...;; tIt N<>i .I SOLD BY
he said with a sigh. -if full facts all drtaLat > (,.Ik. V.i.. leaving Thutsdav 10
that brit just my lurk. Atlci nearest C.S. Army & U.S.: Air' a.m. Wilt take up to 3 pan Key West Floor Co.
twenty years in this pl.onon. Force Covering
Recruiting Office at 25 : gers. share expa'DM'S. Call I 1 \
the vary day Tin going lu be !
k-i XE. 3rd StH.'''''. Mi.-nu. 103-W for infuruiu;iun I
out. '\'e cut my head off:" i J2-a a n'o-4t I ,,,:!" .2', 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1454

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1, Motor Court : ........ ................................... ........ ........ .............................................. ..:

I,t 909 S pManag. : ; Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS :::i 1; if I it t is ElzclriCal I WE W E REPAIR SELL I m T I .:. '.: POOR OLD CRAIG. a.: -1'\-::-

of BENNY FERNANDEZ : Plenty of Action Toys for the Children ; ; We Will Call For and Deliver : : WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station[ [ '
Serving . ; SEE OUR ..
Years' EUctrical Work
SO :
( Experience-
.BREA KFAST. 8 io 11LUNCHEON. : SHOWING of Electrical I Appliances : | : ,. : J. H. BHADY. Manager PHONE II" :

11:30 to 2............. ........ .. ... : Francis and Division Street
.DINNER. 5 to 8:30 ........-....- ............. [jj[c 211 Duval Street : Marco Mesa. Jr. Prop. .
Tire Tulx-s Hallerien, tutu Accessories

Short Ordets HOME SUNDRY[ 1 STORE i ........ .................................: : ......"Your.....PURE.....OIL...and. ..GASOLH.T......;..Dealer"a...
AI All-Hours: : r.......;::............ ....................... .. Dry Cleaning ................................. .*. 1
Try Our Frozen PRITCHARD I and"Pressing24HOUR

Open Daily and Sunday : IceCream.Proprie'n-J/edici .: FUNERAL : .; :. Free Pick-Up and NOW AVAILABLE- ; 1
8 A.M. to Midnight : Delivery Service j. I.
.S....................... ; Sick Room Supplies School Supplies ; : : i DRY GOODS : .: SUITS for MEN : .i ltinl(:.leaning HeiHtirinp: and Flushing; ; I
Toilet Preparations and Articles ; HOMEGOMEZ 1106 OLIVIA STREET: : : and WOMEN : ; AUTO AND .J
...................>.............................. ;, ; .: : Made to Meaaurc : TONY'S/

......................., -:............................................... let Those Serve. J J PHONE 373 .: ..: PHONE- 282 !. 603.05 GREENE STREETCAROLYN EDDY SHOP : -

: MUMFORD] and ROSS : Who Serve Rest J J Socializing :. ...................... .............................................

:: -220 DUVAL STREET WE HAVE NEVER : 111.. : ...................... .1............................................ '

FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors for ; BETRAYED A TRUST- : l and : : : : .. 5SV3SOverseas ? : 11,
rOt S {
720 DUVAL STREET ; ; Carrier Air-Conditioning : ': LOPEZFuneral : Hotel 919 nem .. .
Jinrnilc rnniitiireHOUSKIIOLI : : : ; Andiulancc{ Service ; Children'sApparel .. :. : r.: DONALD CARDER : ....
: : for Domestic and Commercial Ute IJ33 : : : ... ... .
) :
.: : 1 (!/I J j phonc 548 + : ServiceEstablished : : v We Specialize In

: FUKMTHKKPlastic { .: : ..*".............'-....PHONES.....................3130.......J ;. Never Sleeps ;S ': : .: 188SLircn ,; : Sealp Treatments Hair Dyeing ., 0/

S. Axminster Inlaid Broadfelt Cong ["um ..................................>............... ..................... ..............i/....... .. IJholic 173 .LL TTPE. A/ IIF.r.\E: "1'CMT1 ,
.."..""".""".......................- : --cd FuFuneralDirectors !....................."..R'II.UII''T......'.....".".'F.I..!.........

RADIOS andAppliances : U MPOIMT Electric :. :: :. ., and .............................................
K' Ranges J. A MYERS Euibaltuers24Hour : : / Sa
i.i STF BEAUTY NOOKScientific (
: J Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances JVi :
"Terms : J \ lsinj Machines for Immediate Delivery : : LicensedPAINTING : : : Beauty Culture ;
Arranged"OPEN : : : ; in All Branchea %
:' TILL 9:03 P.M. I HOME APPLIANCE j : Ambulance : Thoroughly Experienced F
MON. and SAT. : : Contractor : ..:

'...................... 605 SIMONTOH STMXT PHONE 11 :J : ': Service : : Operators. r
.............................*.................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED: Soft Watar U: d Exc1u&i :J HJCustomers ,
................................................. .. T.lephon. 3127, 114 Duval Str. t. Hotel : .: Pfaom 135 -- Night CSS : ; Phone 637 536 Fleming St.
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PRICE. TOURS : : Key West Garden & Lawn Supply I I When Imi .Want FASTER, BETTER : ....................... For'r PT Friends and the Public Invited :

; S 314 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1013 I ; FLOOR SANDING : Frances Beauty Salon :
PassengerRepresentative K FlaSOUVENIRS I J
: ;j Full l PET SUPPLY Line : On OU or New noors CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : : ey.est, ; ; Frances Pa,k. Own'r :

f- : Full GARDEN; SUPPLY Line I ICourteous ; (,'nartinteed Work Modern Method : : 1010 GR1NNELL STREET :
: .. :. : : Ueanly Culture in all its Phase ...
FLORIDA EAST Service and DellC'ry. DOUGLAS TREVOR : : CONCH SHELLS S S N ./ Permanents Scalp Treatments :

COAST RAILWAY : ...............................-................. I 1JJ29 Iltrri14rnlle Phone 137
Wow Locxtad _.-6' .: ................................................., ..*.......................................................................................!.' :i: COCOANUTS ,; ;.................I.Appointment............Phone.....1331..........!, .

DR. COEO'S ; Sat.t oa dwcnings 20%, Fire Insurance :. : Landscaping( IarlandTop.Soil i. :, SPONGES :, .....l\.I..I\/ : ; ,:. ;\..; ;1 ; :. E...

n..l'cant.l. () t.t\j\
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: OFFICE bldgs.. house- by INSURING witbAtlantic : TOP SOIL. SS.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACKMAHL : -:' ; : ..:
FLEMING STREET : : hold and per Mutual Co. ; HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDS : :' Will Snip to Any Port : CAYO HUESO BEAUTY : a<:a
Fire Insurance
lieu of La Conch Hot e1 : tonal! effects. t ; ; Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable :: : of l/JS. or Canada ; : Southernmost House in the : ,tT'
All Policies Non Aueuabl. . S '
5dvr 15": on Featuring co
Marcy S. Palacio fr;r9. .
PHONE: 12-1 Mercantile l 1021 Olivia St.PHONE ::- :. ; : 'N" M.trI.K\ : IKt
.....................: Stock /. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 ; : G 0 1'1 E cua A CH 801 : : 401 South Street ; .0 :\Icoc-hi.lllic-al ltUl U.?....... .. 11-:11101J}: ) : i :

................................................. :............................................... .KEY WEST FLORIDA S\'lt\\ I 'If' Il'{ f II"/r) 11'1: II."i ; !ij ....v
..................... ................................................t .n...........................................1'JEFFERSON ...*........;......... ................ouIHI'.....{..........................
: COFFEE SHOP :. ... ................. .............................................
: SHOP For More Natural
: Ride the Bus the : B & B CYCLE : : :
to : ; ; 116 DUVAL STREET : REAL ESTATE : Hair Tinting
GOLFJCOURSEST : : : : ; or Finestin (
: 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phon 1013 : :: Open Daily and Sunday, : : Sale ra Permanent
< ; : : 5 '.;I. to A.M. Waves . .
; .-:; Cusliraan> Motor\ Scooters ; : SERVING S 1. :. I Appraisals ;
Dinners (
Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : COMPLETE 'f : : Leases Beauty ;
:, BICYCLE : Also A La Carle and Sandwiches : Rentals : : j

ScatsTAKE iT Rental Service ..............REASONABLE............PRICES..................:. ::: Management Colony J I
,i .Buddy ............................................i : Improved, and Vacant : = 521 Southard -. if
: Preprti la Kay Westad Street
BUS :! I Parking Flags ,
Monroe ltt.
: Next to Southernmost :.
NO 1
to the : I O Windshields :, : J"OTTO : School Beauty
LINKS : ;, I* 9 Footrests jg J an... ::, ., :, BeauticiansSpecioizinq ;. tit.K 4
S *4iaMgg x
: 411 : '' in :
Fleming Siitf
J Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : : t Insurance I C ; Most Modern
Have fun' eyes o. : : IS WhiUhtad Str..tPaonaa .
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL S 318 SIMONTON STREET_ PHONE 1S71 : : 124 and 738-R : t'* __. / Beauty Phase Culturettomtiiirnt of :. ..

...................... ............................................................................................... i....................... .:......Telephone...I..I.... 2j() for ,\| ..............
.........*................................... SEHABLAESPANOL. ;
/...................... : BICYCLES REP A/AIRED. : '....................... .............................................. i 9:

Experience 24 HOURS in Watchmak SERVICE ;., .; FOR SALE FOR 'T'' ; BEAUTIFY i ::; ::: INSURANCEOFFICE ;, Good Work-LowPrlccs-. ,;

Dally between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30 .lt \
to Your Entire House with
ing qualifies us assure Our Customers Must 11. ; ; 1\\
you accuracy and dependability : : P.M-Appointments are accepted \-\.t.
S I' ""f
in repairs. ; ; a I : 5IUMJUTIIAUDSTREET .. from public by rdorStud.ntsofVI; ; S
Whether it is the incx- , 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 ; I t S
pensive jewel or ; : : : : TheSouthernmost ,., ; 1.
: Bus Station qr r .
covey CYCLE STORE Opposite
the most : seventeenjeweL or ASPHALT TILE : \; !
infinite care is always ............................................. School '--._
guaranteed. s............................................ EXPERTLY INSTALLED .
1 : If your watch is not ; ; ... i TELEPHONE 1454: FOR ESTIMATE : I Phone No. i of Beauty Culture /
giving you complete satisfaction DRUM BAR IJ 5'
; ;
why not bring : a. K 523 Southard Street \ '
it in? Our charges are extremely : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : eyes t -THEPorterAllen- There are a number available with over 800 hours ,
reasonable. : : : of state approved instruction who know the latest o
phases in beauty culture.. These student beauticians
e : DAN V AROLL. _"We Deliver- : Floor t Co. under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of i
WATCH and JEWELHYREPAIRING Town Covering : : : beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Al S ..:
: : Driiika and Coldest Beer in
49 liesl : Company though appointments are not required, it is advisable :
91 Packaged Goods : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST.rLOHITA For Appointment Stop at
O ; Work Done On Premises : ; ...................... .:.............a..r............ ................ S/ ; 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PHONE 7Installations :
:...................... r.... *
515 Fleming Street .............................................: .............................................
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L 5555555. 555555.55............................. .......1 . ..... ..... ............... ............... .. lIt

S i r. : : I FANS '5 0o to sA 000 7 (] r;Why Fay More When :: Can Buy For less.1 : .R..y. L"GWhen

You l"'q '
: S and I'ay As You Wear ur lite? :

Food Shopping : : CASH or TERMS : I BeJU1ar! 12-35 Values $10-95 : ;

..... : Be Sure to Get . ; I S ; MEN PANTS Regular $10.35 Values $745I S S "
The /('%/ ... I
: Indies'COAT SUITS ._______ ILtLF-PRICE : ; Jii5&
df.c.WAl. 1 : A Radio RepairSERMCL : I Ladies' DRESSES. _.. Greatly ReducedI ; :; anil /fr/mirx; ; S'"

Just Arrired-Jf'lllTE DRESSESENRICHED ; : ,
South; 1 1'1 ioridaSee I ;
.. in : .
BREAD :. I K:t Couch Covers Linens .Curt sins Plastic' Table' Cloths ; ; ALL WORK GUARANTEED ..:
: i" :: .JI Beautiful New Majestic End- ; 1 and Silverware Radios .Electric Irons
1 Th. Foundation of Today' ; . Table Radio Phonograp'i at J "Convenient! Terms Arranged" : : IIIK; : ESTIMATE. { : : I s and lie tints./ied l

Veal Planning. : 3: Y11 AI'sMusicCo. j; HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. 1)IIOllC"SIl 781 and 229-W: l '

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PHO'iU : iit'it TELEPHONE ,
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) Street
Zsy W.s mat __:_ U4 : HIT 522 South rc 2 707 WHITEHEAD: : STREET.: Near Comer Angela SU :, :, a I" 'I.\I'G{ .\nl'"T MKIIET:

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SubRon Wins Over Dairy 1

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PITCHING: OF SWEETING'AM : 'Lf--- ; m 'If. '-', --y' C
I This is the convention season !'4_ ....,i'L"t! -

: n HENSON FEA.HIRED .I Two Gaines AIBayview t j affairs-an interlude coming but in once our in national every j" _. .. : "' ty

{ four years Beginning' in 1812 -, th-
;Park: with the Federalist Party Convention ; i; sti

: in New' York City, this ed
I I{I method of selecting presidential: 1 : fR .. tn

the first game the pitching II Tuesday NightIn ::i 1 candidates has grown until to- --. 4. VI wi

of Sweating and Henson featured I (day it is an American institu- I th-
for the tion its demonstrations!
first four frames. Kan- the first game, the Elks : oratory ,
tor's hit and theatrics exportedand IDI
one safely and Flyers will play the Naval Hospital. ? ballyhoo
had two. In the firth Sweeting rar accepted by the memlx-rs 01 fet
The Hotspital boys have won ,f K,yoinI tn
singled and a double by Meador each party ., issue
anti three and lost but one to has been add- I I r'r.:"' '!: IIV."IQQ'I;: t tb
.Sweeting crossed the plate J games Something new .: :; -
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In their hah with two out De- j, the league leaders. It is expectedthat ed to this great political I spectacle - Tfcth;

!. Rwe of the Flyers walked and Joe Lewis will be in there We in 1948 are witnessingfor >
singles by Arrington and I lorn-. N t the first time the use of an tetk>
for the Elks and Cannonball Mar-
cr lied. the count. ( additional medium of communications -
In the sixth a walk, a single tIn for the Hospital boys. Never before have
and' one error and the Flyers In the nightcap the eternal people in W3hin1ton. New i 1) M c elm.

went into the I lead. In the sev- rivals. Bob's Sport Shop and the York, and Boston been able to .... F Cueo
enth, Kell hit one over the VFW will be in there fightingit sit in their homes or Air-condi- I '
centerfielder's head for a homer -c-: tsAM tional hotel lounges and watch
out. Vets have several newfaces
: to knot the count, but in the last the procrdings of -a political convention AP Wews/ea/ures/ pa
- half Horner hit one to deep left and may give the Boh'Boys ? unfold before their eyes EFFICIENT PLANNING of all "::).r"i pre nom tn
, fo It probably will be : : of each orator i is .. . ,
renter ra homer to win the a era re. Every moment rooms around; a smell cent -' -' I. . .' .
I game. Hancock agabist!; Claude Valdez sw.y being relayed this year by the : hall effords access :to any reel Wi

Arringnea hit three out of four.. Pan-American Clippers, city ciose-up television camera to I in this house without pana'' q's. at ....
r times up and Horner hit two. champions- Miami and its vicinity thousands of people The unseen
: \P lsfrvpMla/ through another room. A COT
Fbr Kantor's, Meador hit Iwo; for past!" four years, will 'audience. in most instances hob I
I ered front the entrance to tne house as well as to tAe
Kelly one and Sweeting one. Inj; ply 'the Bob's Sport Shop of HEAVYWEIGHT: CHAMPION JOE LOUIS locks down on Jersev Joe Walcott after battering him is i better view than the delegates I stoop protects ; .
the field Solomon, Griffin, and'Lastres Key West Saturday at the Bay- : to' the canvas for an eleventh round knockout in their championship: fight et Yankee Stadium And without the heat and inconvenience I garage. Designed by the Small House Planning! Bureau. St. Cloud. in
the best for : view Park. i of a jammed and I Minn., as Plan! B -;)8. this hue !gains a vita appearance frent its
were the .
i Friday night. The champion successfully defended his, title for the 25th time. He sai-J: afterward is
: losers and Cussons, Crandall ands Pan-American: year went I that' it was his last 'fight. Referee is Frank .Fulham.T ''stifling convention nail. i attached garage, but the main bodv- c* the house cavern; only $03
Whitehurst were the best forthe to the final for state [ Television' is! no lodger a mere : square feet. including a full sized. bcstmtnt there is: a volume cf; th)
winners. ship and will pitch chamPion-I --- --- experiment has come of agei !17.252 cubic feeL Plumbing costs ere reduced by juxtaposition of rf

f Score: R. H. E.t hurler, Sandy Deas against pur i and will have tremendous and I kitchen and bate There is dining space in the kitchen or end I ini'

Kantor's 000 010 1-:2 4 1-, own Buster Roberts. I T-- 1. I tar reaching influence onpolitics of living room where large window face the garden. A fireplzce 't wi

1 VX-1 Flyers 000 Oil 1-3 5 2. A preliminary game will be 1 in general. I could be added in t se living rccm-garaga:! urilL The architects suggest | wi
fOne when between the Kantor'sMen :
out winning run played I frame siding: and aphllt sh>nla rocf. au
t was scored) Shop and the Elks'club at ,' The veterans!' hospitals in theFifth 3I oU

I F.. Sweating and 1 Flsitas:. ten- 7:30: p. m. i District (which includes' Ct1.\"K-f ; '1
t I I 1- !'! : 7. .
son and Damanis. J' : Florida) were notified by the THIRD ROUND COMING 3j oft
Huiiie runs: Kelly. Horner; | Atlanta office of the Veterans in
two-has;' hit: Meador; struck out Recreation Administration on May 27 that'I !
liyI Ik-nson 2, by Sweating 4; hass !-" City due to a shortage of doctors fu- :. [
l alls off Benson 2, oft that
wn > : :ture admission of neuiopsychia-
Swpffing 4: time of game! : 1.05j;a Program 1 trim veterans would be limned I

umpires: Villareal: and Griffen; I j to service-connected cases: Con- a
M-orfT: Aguilar. ., yiderable alarm resulted in all : flu

i sections of the State, as it was I 1. n
In the nightcap the pitchingof SOFTBALLBtrview I felt that the veteran wiiti w:
Bff-miner was good. He allowed Park. Night I 'ncuropsychiatric ailment would'I I II m

two hits in first five innings' TONIGHT. | be placed in a disadvantageous I
but weakened: in the sixth and First Game-Naval Horpital vs I position. CaIn

three hits and four walks sent Elks Club. i I immediately contacted, the i :
him to the showers; Pancho:: Hu- Second Game-Bob's; Spor' i Veterans Administration and ,;tl cr;
rrtn relieved him and walked Shop vs. VFW. I was assured: that this !situationwas
the first two batters: and a wild THURSDAYFirst only a temporary emerg- II
pitch' left the bases full with : Game-Elks Club vs 1'! t ) : ,-?,.,. rneure and would be Ii I I y..zyr 1 ft w:

only one run needed to tie and J I ISanijs VX-1. II' eliminated as soon as additional i II

., at the plate. He hit a I liner < Second Game: -SubRon 4 vs ts"I i oocturs are securetv In addition I eowt
over short but McClure made a//| VFW.FRIDAY the Veterans Administration! doltI
great catch and ended the game. I {I then relaxed it.- May 27 ruling :

The Subron boys hit three .First Gam -- ubRon 4 vs. BobV I I by authorizing the admission of
safely; in the first Inning for two, Sport Shop. emeregency hardship cases, even'though IT
runs and three more hits in the I; Second Game-Kantor's Men's t not service connected til(
v/ third gave then two more. The!'; cjw.n ?- Naval Hospital. I I Since most' neuropsychiatnc! at

same, number of hits gave them SATURDAY- I cases can be classified as einergJency. ed
o two more in the fifth and d" 8:30-Pan American. Clippers : I this: now allows a veteran i sa

I walk and a series of errors favethem ("A" 'Miami team) vs. Bob's ; ,._, ... | so suffering to be eligible for
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the last two runs in the I Soort (leading Key treatment if his onumic: s' th
I Mart Bjorklund, 23, of the Sophia Girl s, would J t
sixth. . .. Wf'st'team). Swedish gymnasts! from Stockholm, does swan dive as group arrives in New York on liner Cripsholro I tus. or other conditions, w.
At' pal, Iownen'hrt three in'' JULY UFirst I They'll participate in Midwestern\ Swedish pioneer centennial celebration. warrant his being considered in y lit
four times at bat O'Neill: hit two, Game-Adams Dairy vs. 1 __ the hardship categorV
in twice at bat Ingraham hit VFW. I I _

two for the losers. Second Game-W-l vs. Elks in
In the field. J. Lewis Sands. Club. I Who Knows? iz

WE're_the best for the losers and JULY'SFirst I I CT

Fonte, McClure Huffman and f 'Game-VFW vs. Bob's i II 1. Who led the fight to Utrihe to
lluerta were the best for win- ', Sport Shop. i iI United States out of the<<
ners. Huffman made a wonderful Second'"Game-Kantor's Men's I League: of Nations i .X til
play in the second, with a Shop vs. VX-l. I 2. Was Senator Arthur H. Van- I 1 'IJ)
runner on third. Griffen flied out
.- clashed :an isolationist -
I July ft- nberg ever 0':; wes
to renter and Huffman made a First. Game-SubRon 4 vs.:I ? I iAii Unusual ; : (- ,-ncl of the beef season
perfect to the plate and !': L She'll
peg got Adame Dairy. I II II 3. Who is John Taber? r h\v in tit
the runner. Sterling had an unassisted Second Game-Elks Club vs. If f 4. Has automobile production -.Ifm I the pumpI : -
double play and J. Lewis Naval Hospital. reached the 1929 level? I i I arn
to Sterling was good for a JULY 12First. 5. Do these figures have any t ti

second double play. Game-:-Kantor's Men's ; a I significance: 5 1.000. 39000.:: I i} l..o-AN GELE.--'tit-/ it
Score: R. H. E. Shop vs. Elks Club. 81.723 !. Dunham DfUtJ
SubRon Dunh won JIIJ.a it StCfr Pta

Adam: 000 016-7 6 4Bremmzr Ron 4. y \ live in the Allied zone of occupation :j prop"v M>tll -rr.i-nt! ; ; W
Hue-rta and lluerta, JULY 13:- I t' : It I II ? I cd the judge. all prescriptions when
Downers ;S. Griffen and Villareal. First Game Naval Hospital 7. What ancient "wonder" was| car starts giving you
I l> '-i.eiot-.i Mi!I -10'1:1 tliF
Two-base hit: Downen; stolen vs. VX-1 Flyers. I I II located" on the island of Rhodes? would continue' to .. < bases!: Downen. Villareal, J.. Second Game-Adams Dairy: 1 1I 8. What otate refuses to cram <, at $40 a month fi i IK-I a complete line ef P-
Lewis; bases on balls: off Brem vs. Bob's Sport Shop. divorces upon any grounds j j I Ignition.Gas Fittings.
mer-9. off Huerta 2, off Griff n'l JULY 15-i I Which i.I"> Cornhuskrr j Fan Bells. itbt
3; struck!, out: by Griffen 3, bY Came-Naval 7 i it I :: btT
First Hospital iI State? i!: ALBURY and SON YOUR SERVICE . ;
hemmer 3; hits: off Bremmer 6; ; vs. Kantor's Men's Shop. DAY OR NIGHT at
double J. Lewie to Sterling I We Specialize in All
plays: Bob's I :
: Second Game- ; Sport ;
Kinds of Neon Signs IIIU\E:
Huffman to lluerta. Sterling .+t r The Answersr 178
SubRon 4.
Shop vs. i iI :\
-unassisted Griffen) time and of game Villa-.( : 'JULY 16- t I and Lighting:\. ,.......Stripping..tI.. Riff, J N E and SHINE I OlPt
1.20; umpires: Gaine-VX-l .. .. I
Flyers vs. _
First ttenry<< Cab't I. >tlg(' h.r \\... t'ww .
real; scorer: Aguilar. 1 Elks Club: 2. Yes. prior to 1945.: : 'IF-I'' t.. ... %! tF' BERTHA: STREET II

i, Second Game-VFW vs. Adams I i 3. Chi.ii man House Appropriation :!
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Standnoridahiternaiional I Dairy. I 1 s i ''l I 4.! No.ComnutU-e. I I .tllIlllllllllll II 1 HI!I mil II UIIIII n I i 1 I11II1I11111I11I111I11111I1I111I11..

I How They I JUNIOR SOFTBALL I 5. Yes. they rcprtrnt the prr-- I
Ii i Barticw' Park. Afternoon r ant vtrv-ngth of the Army. :N.ivy' : The MAXWELL CO. Inc.Specialising
tnd Morning i and Marine Corps. I .

i Baseball Lagu I Daily: play. TEXAS LIFEGUARDS I These girls ar lifeguards at Dallas I'nivrrsitT Park swimming' iI I 6. About thrre-fuurllis. ,
pool Left to rizht Sari Taylor Kathryn Me'turrin.Mary Beth Roach Patsy Gullede. I 7. The Colop.u* uf Rh : r.It'
Club- W. L. Pet. 1 I "
TENNIS I *taUi -putil to have is'rn 100 I'
HavanaTampa 53 27 .671 ---- fttt high. I .III Types "/

50 31 .617 Ba riw Pazk Afternoon OneMinuteSPORTS i j TODAY IN HISTORY :, thoi is,-S'-:, :-i'iiiction .1 !IKW.OOO ; H. South Can lmi.! NM
end Night ;. "f Hole! Restaurant
43 41 .512 ,
St. I'eterblxirgLakeland into the<< ;u m-. 9. Nebraska. ;} "
Daily play. I (Know America) I ; .
42 42 .500 1143-Vuv 1'1t""ldf'n'Van I .
{"t P
West Palm Beach 39 44 .470 QUIZ J 1773-:Molly Pitcher cumnus- charges: Secretary:! Jon with o.b-I :Many Arabian horston1 i :litih an(1 )Bar a'
Miami Beach 37 46 .446 '! sioned by Gen. Washington a s-truction. 'f gray at birth and become v hiir N ii I
Miamr 33 46. .432 Barriew Park. Night ('Ig(>ant for bravery the prcccd- ;' 1944-Invadinc Allies in Nor-! by the time they:! are foUl r
Furt Lauderdale 29 53 .354 FRIDAY- 1. For \\hor> d Lt-un..1 l I
7:00: to 9:00: P.M.BASEBALL. mouth. heavy fighting.
2. Who won the professional
Major Baseball Leagues 1345 The Queen Elizabeth'
I 1'9-t-First
tennis crown I icremly Negro church) in
AMERICANClub I 3. How old is Joe Louis? 1 1tHe country. Bethvl. dedicated in arrives in IWw-York with some BROADWAYCIGAR We
are now in the position to
Municipal SUdium. Afternoon 14.000 returninet.o serve your needs with
W. L. Pet. 4. Whet is Ben Hogan's: native Philadelphia.
SUNDAYTo I 1947-The U.N. Relief and Rehabilitation type of equipment you may need.
37 23 .017 Mate ? I STORE
be :announced. 18C5-End of trial of the Lin- Administration
ceases -
40 26 .606 5. Will Leo Darocher We can fully equip restaurants with all
Philadelphia manage coin assassins--f. necessary: ; requirements -
Army wraeki. Afternoon including a at midnight. Flood waters at
New York 37 25 .597 SUNDAY the National League in theyea' woman hanged July 7. 610 Duval Street which include .
I St. Lou: ; iiss<< to tinhigJf! >t !h'vels -
Boston 31 28 .525 s All-Star came (he wasn't
To be announced. 186! The National Bank in 103
Detroit 29 32 .475 active in 19471'> a SII.VFK
Washington :9 34 .4GO I Davenport. low. first national COMPLETEBASEBALL KITCIII7KO.: : )\ -::" '

St. Louis 23 37 .316.383 Stuck With Bird !i j THE ANSWERS: under the new banking law. j Citizen.Read the Classified Ads m The
18 39
Chicago I I 1. The Philadelphia: Phillies. i| 1S96-PJOHCT.T showing of m<>ving RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPUESaiAXWELL
NATIONALClub CHICAGO.-Discovering: a bird j 2. Jack Kramer.
l ; Union 1..i j SCORES'POPULAR
I ; pictures
W. L. Pct. in his automobile. Karl C. 3. 34.
Boston 36 36 Ml Fromm, a mvlaeets l'al..sman.1' I 4. Texas !:: Theater. New' York City. STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE'' CO.-:: i
i \
!, IW6 The U. S. Bureau of Immigration TRIUMPH T1131
St. Louis 35 26 .574 gave; it food and water now 5. Yes he will manage aliluxir.h I BRANDS of
Pittsburgh 33 28 .541 !it appears he is stuck with it. i I I I Burt Shotton actually won the and Naturalization ">>- COFFEE -

New York 31 29 .517 Since then; it has been his con- j[ pennant. tablished | MILL Cigars and Cold Furniture and FurnishingsPHONE
Philadelphia 31 33 .484 stant traveling companion and j i I j 1937; -H isloric'President Roosclvelt's !' I E2
Brooklyn .. 27 31166 although Fromm keeps the car]I The inner bark of the elder speech: "A plague on both' at I I
e Cincinnati .,. ...,._- =._ 28 3fi .433 windows open the bird (efussi I[It tlI.w.u!_ once! used aj a c lbarI your bouses.: ." j All" Crncert I I Soft Drinks 909 Fleming Street Corner Margaret St. Key West FU.
Chicago ' "' 25 37 .403 to leave the car. __ -I I|IA Itic. 1 1041-An executive order au-. r rratrre . rt I '--II 111111I11I11I11I1 III\-ENII::: I IAN I ItLINI.IIIIII: illlllllllllllll)'


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BT ..1 .L LEElJINIflftQttZflIflflURammU'rnaunwuunmur : : ..

We were witness tp some pret- I II i : I :

ty destructive moving of a house I 74:
the other day in Simonton ,
street The building was trundled (1- -
along the street pulled by a i S
truck. The structure was rather
wide and scrapped the trees at !
the edges of the street. ci, _
The building kept right on ri _
moving. It didn't make any difference I IfA i
to the mover that the + '
trees were nearly destroyed in 4 zo
; a I
I l 1 r r'7. s
the passage of the LUlldin : .. t II ..
There was a policeman watchingthe I '"
whole procedure We pro phi r : .
tested to him about the destruction -
of the trees. Iq I S
"Oh, the telephone and the
electric companies were going to
cut the trees anyway", said the I --

cop."But", we argued, those companies I S
won't cut the sides of the Ii i
trees just the top ". It
The policeman shrugged and tV( 1S t! i I
: t
walked away* '

Several officers at the Key

West hurt which recent Naval when the epidemic Base riding service were motorcyclesThey of discussingthe personnelis accidentsin ) i I 1g[ I'i

things'murdercycles"' ought to call. remarked those- ,

one officer after he had been
informed two young Marineswere ..
injured rather seriously S
when their motorcycle struck an ; . Tins charming 1 AIS:: COCilI; . The young lady irenrins; the sleek I / .;

ether automobile night." Division street the miner frock, in.cINrUrier dress pictured limn is holding the Yomi Si

who rides one of spired; by painting "In A/ painting; whirl in spill>', it-ri f.;"//r.s "I.a

of those things is going to ride horsis made itf jersey Moiisfiie". The, pttrkttHc jersey fabric is printed
in an ambulance this officer.sooner or later," in a broken stripe print in a distinctive irm.fNilroslrI"', and the dress i v r
raid Thy
too fast IVa..,; driving down ,,/ deep tuitl I it;hi lilneUK ;\imply' slyled irilli a mirplicr bndice, graceful

the keys the other day at ItI"" skirt end //,1,"".

abc.ut15 mile?, an hour. I passeda -- -.- - .__u _'_ ___ h' ____ 1 $ I
motorcycle In a few minutesthe
young driver roared l past me. urn . 1.t'Ilrl'1T: ; CLAKKK: l American printer writer patriot
Then he turned 1 around and ,

waved risively"As disdainfully, rather de How to Give Yourself A Home Permanent Wave and J

he turned around 1 he was diplomat physicist. .
going at )least "... miles an hour. .... --- ....- .. .- I .
In a moment lie had passed) 1 I IM-
MIl the range of my vision wve.'s
Remember Tom Stamp, who I
was briefly the Miami Ilrraldcorrespondent t II
in Key West He t i
wrote us a nice letter the other d4
He is in Miami. Says he is I I
A in fields
selling paint. many part, proud heritage. From
And Jimmy Galloway formerly -

of for the Charles Miami Topino News, and is layingtile Sonsat I s Benjamin Franklin served ]his his small Philadelphia] printing t :

the new building being ('I t><'t-

says ed at: the Convent But v 35 Toni . : early l apprenticeship .1 s a shop to the giant modern .,-.

there Well certainly a man has isn't to eat.anything And 7 i printer. At: 16, lie became the plants of today, skilled crafts- S .....

wrong with laying tile. So. maybe -
he's better off. 'Who knows!" tTrI editor and of his have
* : publisher men continually striven '
Several persons have lately i (
inquired the reason why The Cit- '
: own for and .
newspaper. improvement perfection -
izen runs a five cotumn page every _

handle day. They etc. say it is awkwardto I AP Newsfeatuies FOLD END PAPERS . around hair that has been separatedinto To Franklin, American publishing in the technical] art of (
The paper was originally man- SECTION AND SATURATEAfter strands within sections. This preliminary step to winding
ufactured in Poland. Then it was your hair has been cut. should be carefully done to achieve best results. Mast permanent
shipped to China and there it shaped and shampooed with wave kits contain stepby.step.phctogrephs describing each ! ] and printing! owes, in printing. \
was bought by the Knight inter the reconditioning cream rinsein step of the pErmanen wave process. It is wise to follow directions II J Ji
ests.; One of the newspapers your kit section the hair carefully if you wish to achieve professional results. Make
owned the Knights is the Mi-
by and saturate each section with sure your permanent wave kit is cSrnpleie and of reliable : I
ami Herald. ; 1\.
Herald. permanent wave lotion manufacture.
The paper reached the
But they found they could not use ... 'II,.;.. .. i I" S -J
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it. The Herald uses high speed 9' i
preses and the paper was of sucha TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES I t
quality that it tore and I II + M :
+ +
e k
was generally unsatisfactory.About !\
that time the smaller Know( America)
in 1835 Celia L. ThaxiL-r. i "'
daily and weekly newspapers -- popular -
Florida were nearly out of pa- New England poetess of her I '
per. The Citizen| and several generation born in Poi tsmouth.N. 1Mi 1 1y I ; ;,
other newspapers arranged to II. Died Aug. 26 1894. t t -''' : ,
buy stocks from The Herald. 1846-Daniel O' :ary. champion "
The Citizen uses .a slower press 500-mile walker in post- i k? z ,q iI For more than THE ARTMAN PRESS: has .
and the paper is usable on it. Civil War days when walking wa; y thirty years spared
But each roll of the paper is a national sport'born in Ireland. el I

requires only 64 inches a 70-inch wide roll The in order Citizen to Died 1933. in Los Angeles. May 29, I k no effort to produce only the highest quality printing. Each .. ,

print Hence eight the half-page full pages every The management day.- noted 1852-University-John Bach of Pennsylvania McMaster. job, large or small! !. receives the full benefit of long experience I .

considers itself luckyto historian, born in Brooklyn. N. Y. :;
have even that paper. Died May 24, 1932.1858George in the trade.
I W. Goethals. sol- V
Dionne Quints 14 dier-engineei, administrator and j i" : ',,
I builder of the Panama Canal, I I : "III
CALLENDER: C'nt.- Tempus born in New YOI k. Died Jan. 21, I II I
The Dionne quintuplets celebrated 1861-William J. Mayo elder ERS . In some kits you get . It looks like a professionaljob.
their lath birthday on of the two famed Mayo Clinic two lengths! of curling rods, a It can be soft and natural -
who May weighed 28. At that the most time, at Yvonne birth, Minn.surgeons Died, July born 1939.Le standard size for ringlet ends as the salon-type home With TilE ARTMAN PRESS, your personal] and] your ]business | ::
and extra long for deep crown permanent wave given by a .
was still leading the rest at 130 1865-William E. Borah famed I ,.
pounds, while Marie, the tiniestat longtime: Idaho U. S. .;.senator waves. Your kit guide will famous Fifth Avenue salon.
birth was still the tiniest at born at Fairfield. ilL Died Jan. show you how best to use Just follow the kit's direc- i printing requirements! will be handled EXPERTLY . SWIFTLY] ; :
110 pounds and 4 feet 11 inches. 19. 1940.! them. tions. :
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; Meaning I :., ' 7I \.:
tfsiuHATts gr cm awn stiff usepercroQusrrgressiNraK.NEcRePt "'j
!t I Tin- leaclva-; trying to explain I S Ir C

An AI Newsfatwssid.groph i p't1pK th.- meaning c.f certain

I *IVI4 Y lt3 / J "words'lIHu""nt"her.she cl-ss.said Slit-, brightly." came to. The A rtman Press i: vtrv

f1Vsd there" was a eat h.reand I Itoscjr
,x. I gave it a saucviful of milk.
which it drank. Then I cave it : .
another saticerfui" and it cJ lrnk'
it all. But when I gave it a third
a eorwCOMDWNtT1S it would only drink half *>l it. Wti CITIZEN] BUILDING PHONE 51
AMO in then! say that the rat had sufficient. ,
Now Tummy. what i<
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the meaning of suffcent?"
Please I tt-arfjer," ;.;n.l Tom- I I
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I: ENCHANTED ISLAND #. s .a-a "s. lt' 7 From (;IIII '(''nlll'/I; The Key We>t Kl\'.
I will meet at 6:30: p m tonight
it HII.UAM MI:, Kite
% Dario Q Garcia and JosephA a at the South Beach Restaurant -

r Boza returned over the highway ; -I President Jams Calii,wav IIKISBANt Australia -- F.ryears
; Sunday cvcnmz_. after attending I i I Ilariv Spt."nt.\'r_ ,.r lluoy"
vXwt almost | announced today This is the
Key lief at the south Here one may swim ::
: a four-day convention ] Vak. mm: center 200 rock- 'e'est'of -
enuiH t point of the United every day of the year. in cither w I I first time the Kiwanis will have
Florida Association of.
of the
StatesA the ocean or gulf, and acquirea I I I I met at the South Beach Restaurant Rcxrkhamptun. Qucrmisend;
Public bookkeepers and tax consultants has been UMng sapphires:: Aortl{
will healthy tan while basking; in
Greyhound l bw
trip held in the Robert Hicti I j I I thousands:: of dollars as d'x.i top>
the sunshine under the swaying "
prove an exutios; ne v cxpcri ;
let HotcL Miami Beach | fUadmg that the star "iJpph.rej
enc long to he icmrnibercd: palms A lwu-
The scenic lK-auty is rxotio. the Key West waters arc world the convention duruwln -h I I last year, had born valued. -if.SWA .
tropical t views dr'.nge;, and thrill. famous fisting grounds and l trf
lou tax expert trr'ni'4he 'Kescarth I will l be a rclwais $238,000 b> its present 0'" n 'r
inzThirty many hundred of varieties; are Inslitutte of A.nerit-a explained the Key West Communit. land Harry fCdzanjiarn Sprnrt.r. udtIn
.nuv* bridges are crossed caught, most of them edible The the new 1915:) ; income at 8 p: rn. tonight in the Key '
f 2.OOOJ
had jUr nirc > <<
I I mc &an: t
on this "Ilishuay that goestu sport fishcrUicn stow (ap Tax Act West Mills :S...Kwl du
Sea.? Inclttdm: the ':Jamouseen marlin I sailfish and numerous I' A A round table distu ion of Earl Dillvn. diiciUw.. ..nw.unt'Cd
mile bridge"-longest on others It L> a grand bight late the tn I t'm tax: law s was: the I(! !/day All players of band in-

earth. The highway Is 4 broad, afternoons to see turning fish; final' wt r.f the convention I Islrwncnts are invited to attend IJi('Ur5

almost straight road, and V1 made ermen with their large catch St Petersburg was chosen for the mcctin:;. Dillon said :
of coral rock dredged from the Their faces bespeak thrilling delight H nest years convention to be heldIn I It .I"t-tlli..n seeking dweer ', .0'' ',,"

gulf and ocean bottoms. and contentment ?r, kg ne1If.t'I"rr The hawanan word ukHrlc- hkdst.rdav in thr .ij.

The Atlantic ON'anlth iU' In summer the wind M usually meao> lit'rit1lyJl.lmpin..;: Flea" flee of Circuit Court tleik. r.. j

ultra'marine blue waters: is on soft and flesh Gentle breezes ; 11.ltl- I!and was applied to the m trumcnt C Sawyer bY rlorencHi \ ,ill-....ico .

the left and the aquamarine.. blow constantly on this bland l'I I because of the swift moI Rocs; against Juana I'.r .<-aand
and coming: either from the gulf or I lions I of the players finders: over bv Elizabeth Mrlv u. P''I-
mauve; turquoise jade greenwater's It: I: Seoul !
of the Gulf of Mexico are the ocean At night the stars t y toy i I _,it= ham against Thomas; W P*-lhanv
the twinkle like diamonds and the '
brightens the island city
waters are an unforgettable moon

sight The Gulf mingles; with the Gorgeous flowers abound ,ev __ L. Troop 52 Bov: Stouts met on Yellow Rice and Chicken
". Supper
ndav June 25 The
and red
Atlantic and never loses its jade Purple boug .' .
Ai' u'.r.'h green and mauve colors. These anvillea climb to the roofs of 3
: .TU. //ti. ,.
rainbow tinted waters hold a quaint old houses that have nevI ; FAMILIES OF THOMAS' E. DEWEY AND EARL WARREN Republican standard bearers followed with the scout : ISriif/il nTrouts
I 4i :
powerful fascination for travelers er known paint and are over: tot 1948 pose for a formal picture in Philadelphia Friday. Left to right first row: Gov Warren. oath law and motto |''E TOMORROW EVENING
particularly artists seeing a .hundred years old. I ,,1dts.! We ren. Mrs.,Dewey and Gov Deey Ba:Ic TOW: X na Warren. 14: Virginia Warren. 19; : The mil was called and :good

them for the first time colorful J bn Dewe 12: Dorothy Warren. 17 and Tom Dewey. Jr.. 12. turns tolu :
Large red and pink *: An Assistant;i Scoutmaster; and from (1(1: |10 3IH{ ( ) 1'.11.I
On all sides multitudes of hibiscus delicately tinted oleanders I - _
are .
birds wild, ducks crane, blue the Mexican love wine ; - -- a Junior Scoutmaster: were introduced |!
> Theyn" Tony Sin- I St. Paul's Parish Hall
and white hron These stand With its deep orange .< :.:: ,{ 1! garcJIa and Ronald Bamski .j

Vn basking-e-deep in in the the radiant tropic sunshine.waters, these frangi.-bloom pam perfumes 110wers--j \i: ': :" '; : "d..: s. > Walter Griffin from Miami of I I.: E Oc "c.rl: Hoim-Mailr Limr I'M, NT 1111( > |'t.n.:
Scout Troop S2 was a visitor
They appear to be statues. ', and at night the gorgeous moon 7ff1t-i ; : Scoutmaster Avila appointed j I. Drink: Iced! T>a J. I I'KKMIN5Y ;

The 'American eagle is quite'flowers, jasmine and night j t two patrol leaders. Milliard Solomon I:It...............uf,A u1 AAA A aua.lV000VI .

and bloemmg Cereus send.forth their i r i ii ji I-
common: occasional one i : and Jose Fernandez
may be seen sitting atop a telephone -;,' exotic fragrance In December t ; L i i. A troop hank for the memberswas J -

'pole, ever, on the alert .the poinsettia blooms profusely II announced.

to 'pounce upon an unsuspecting I| Among the many distinctive I I An award for the honor M.uut 1

fish too near the surface Their I,: fruit trees on the island are the t of the month will be ;pivcn.:: The '! 171n

diving; speed in unbelievably I t I sapodillas sugar apple, ticssae honor scout will be determined i

swift. i and pomegrarutc Bananas grow It ,..4 by a system of points Contestsfor j

There: f is:enchantment all along I]'{, abundantly and the Breadfruit the troop members were announced .
mentioned the Bible. wit __ '
thIs'deckleee' of Loral M u that tree in C __ \' :
linger long in the memory 'of flourishes, bearing fruit almost, The mcctms;: war closed with,
firit.time visitors. as large as on 's head. Many other I the !great M'Oulma"tcri benediction Large Super-Freezer Chest !

boat beautiful|trees unfold their arms : _
the !
Along Krfishing:
: to the blaztrtg.robin-egg:: :blue sky' !> S Y r I
of every description float in the Outstanding i iS the Royal Poinci : I htl Large moist-cold compartment !
plHt"ldVaters.. 'l terse boats maybe I II.fze M\V; rnsr\iuvir.s(
ana. a flame throughout the summer I
rhartered bv fishermen and (Continued r-utn rage: OneJ I Iploytcs
with it* (crimson or orange JV: 2
tight- super-moist sliding Hydrators
seeing parties flowers. Almoot: every street in in the local) office way

If perchance it happens to ruin. Key West has at least one of not available

there is sure to bo a rainbow these trees. Visitors, breathless in The new rates make mcicasc> '& 16-way convertible interior !

thereafter Even in Key West it amazement_ are held spellboundin ill alone the line except for sec

.inJ occasionally though the their transcendent beauty I ; .4 ond class; matter and regular

sun chines brightly nearly ev- Sometimes in the flaming sunset .. mail Air mail will ceot one cent & You don't have to cover foods !

ery day of the year and has great over the gulf waters the sky and more; third class mail will l he up .

healing qualities.The clouds become ruby red. as if t 13 per c nt: parcel post rates arc .

BaJiia Honda bridge is reflecting) the magic and color increased 23 per cent: catalvss .t t
rich in grandeur' as it rises, 65 of the Royal Poinciana flowers I i f a. will net 50 percent more; l>o.iksax

feet above the uater. As up 100 percent for the first
you .K'y
Sunsets West
near Key West pcliraru bepeen over arc pound and up 33 per cent for .i j l 'e
may trul It : ;co LOCNE DRIDCE gl
) a magnificent sight is t REBUILTThis I Is
circling or dive.bombing Nt new Cathedral Bridce over Rhine Blrrr4 each additional pound: specialclclivcry i
not rare to see a silver sunset; Cologne. rebuilt fe replace HobenzoUerM Bridge which was blown up by retreating Germans in 1915. iI I
to 15; cents
foe their dinner of fish One goes up if
; won the sun. like a silver ball: si'ersprinklt'd Parts of old bridge lie in river in baekrround. Cologne Cathedral is at left.
den how these birds can IK so everywhere; fleecy ...' ,.l _ nwnev orders arc increased jf> j
graceful in'the air after seeing per| cent; postal note ;s/a from
white clouds low 'r .
them floating; on the water the gulf waters hanging This ovci : lNTERi\AT10i\\L KKIDCK; I.OODM I ) Attend AuxiliarySi'hool five to cihlent..': registered dJAllJl

where, they arc huge and gawky; unsurpassed ...r. _" mail i i.. increased :2* per cent as
beauty mingle '.vit'i; eIsland.s ..., ... - ,
... -
is insnurancc
jet have the grace: of an eaglein church belL calling oto > ... .ft% In Ilia'nhAtl'ndin' : serviceis ;
increased 20 '
flight A famous oocm accurately worship "- per '
describes them i* | : a five cent charge! per )parcel
: :
In this .,
j tropical <:-lime.| aUrI tin Aml.'n'an L--

"A wise old bird is thePelican ,I spouts may be so ,... Tlu appear Q.n ,} gion auxiliary "si'bud or in.-truc\ dust fri-special--handling-;: i

|: like an enormous pith R f R. : 1z tions in Hiai'dh Sum);i\'. June Kat'v.,. a ..;alt rratcf lak' in
His beak holds mule than I 1 drawing; millions .M gallopof 27 under the dll' of Mrs I
'. "J roselnloi l
,' .,' Central Africa i a i
his Bel lean; water from the ocean up to a - sL:. Mvitle Tunt Tenth DistrictPrrsidint

He can hold in his beak 1| cloud As thrilling a fight< wen' l A*. .. Te sir" winch becomesrnesen in the

Food to last him a.week ryes are privileged; to seeThe /: :\ Crews \\,immen. u<'i. Mi.- LuluMcClmtiwK shadow

But we don't" see how in I I IHelton. Aquarium, the onl :-oi
plctch open air aquarium in the S>ruthv )IXuiiiK and

ftoca Chira, a blimp and air- world is filled with wonders hue Gi'c-tna MiClainj

planebane, operated by the Nai i| the deep set in tropical splendor ,. I j Tins 'h..ol! is held l I"i tin |put '
t.Is i a city within itsdfthrcemHes Near the ice plant are the tin (HIMof puiiis nistruttions to ulfleets I

out Of Key We"t. j tic crawls; three lar-jo; open 4.i. and iltatrrm .in v! Hay tsNsl.i
Crossing the last bridge just='j tank containing great sea turtles . plans TIM- the onmnntai: ar'
weighing up to five hundred .. ; lob mul..lroI ALL VITAMINS
KS )ou enter Key West, is the s } $ w ql. I
million dollar Naval lI
grounds are bexutifulty!; land for canning these turtles in the w t a& "I'vNI l b\ the Hialeah Unit Mis, Memo*. !y'M: b... Md iron
form of soup is nearby and iI Wong." ..
reaped with waving palms and Lillian irprs< lit itixt' Ii 71' S2.S9 g -
many ,varieties of trees" and brilliant I r is shipped all over the world ? _i I.I Is state gave a nptMt. of lie: 211't"JJ'i)7.9S

tropical foliage: Above the There are churches in Ke\ l. x t l l1'i. lx extx'i iini',-, during tin paste 't C. ,.; I 1'Y4nTL
West of practically den-jm .. !'
verdant lawns flowers bloom every :-><>n held in T"llaillt'l'I (

continucusly. bringing cheer to'the ination and they arc well supported ) -% \V..I1" was elected .-evic GARDNER'S PHARMACY S
St. Paul's Ducal
on street
hospitalized sailors. I' tai y ol stale at Girls' State 1114 Division Sv Cor. Varel I I
is over hundred old.
a (
As you drive toward the heart years ----- PHONE 177 0 FRE.2:: DELIVERY
of town on U. S. 1 (Division St.) Although all is not perfection SubscrIbe to The Citizen.
in Key West. and there is ample
notice the
exquisite beauty of
the Catholic church and the room for improvements :still: iiniiiriiirniiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. \ : I I I iiiiii iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiimimiiniii I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I iiiii.MarEd ..
golden opportunities await those
Convent grounds on jour left i I with vision and wealth sufficient
street, main thorough for [
J development.
fare of Key West runs from the
Nature has been bountiful andmen
Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of
and women with mgenuitvcan SHOP
Mexico. Because of this fact Bob

Riplej, in his book -Believe It. table make Garden tliu island of Eden cflitv a with"t'n-j|i O..rn=d and Operated by Edna Miller and Mary Caraballo
or Not" has written "It is the 1 \ \
longest'stred in the world. Actually ! prosperity for all w ho are willing u ....h .) I 117 I Duval Srf( 'I (O| |> -ite l-i .oiulia: Hotel

it is a trifle over one mile i i to work for it. THIS AERIAL PHOTO shows the surging Rio Grande Rivers \

in length j When memory revivesttou.h.i I its flood waters cover the International Bridge which: divides

Key West weather is ideal i I of winter in northern the United States and Mexico at Laredo. Texas. The river
{ states, with ice.. snow and howl WEDNESDAY
particularly from October to1 mg winds, and I am privileged crested at 45.3 feet Saturday after going five feet ore the bridge.
July. It is the
only frostfree Laredo is
tity in foreground.
I to live '
in lovely Key Rest amid
where known.snow' and fog; are un eternal greens and cv'er.bloom- $1
January here is like June! vividly DAY SPECIAL
in New York. mg colored flowers Ii
I I find a serenity which makes living .
This historical i inland aI S Here's lets of
has room it, and conv-m-nc' *_. too!
a and
joy inspires faith for i
romantic charm '
adorfe which visitors truly this enchanted Island clu- 1 int i'(lit f/'>Ire>/!'/ ripen UNDERWEAR Store a generous supply" of frozen food forgeMeatTender '
Many buy hornet and set. I' AND HOSE
tie permanently especially quentl conveys the thought: } ,,nr IVr artists li 9 ;
and writers. The natives are1 I i 'The Heavens declare the I'I '1 lit HS If> ("n/v" fir preserves food's natural juices and vitamins for

gracious; friendly people who I!{i And glory the of Firmament God- ..howeth c /'"r,-f nerd 'r./.sl IIIIn e Short Half SlipsBurl days; foods don dry out. See this new

speak Spanish fluentlj IJUU His hundiw ork," d ; >diertta' Cold,Wol? today!

1 Mill Embroidered Lace,Tnmm-d "
-- -- Crepe : SLIPS
Ibc\: \' .I' : .
01 Hill Ijuf| haven; booths at the
; :: park all
(Continued From Page One) ''Uaj': Buy Scuut
pant! Can be secured for the tenons of .'orei'n'ar: :;. the Key Prescriptions Called For -:: l Inn rig Montt. :
un I fmn
bicycle I t .
race a first prize will be ( West Scouter Club and the Girl 1 tny (>lfi<'rigf

awarded of a bicjcle; valued at t : Scouts of America. U,' 'rulnr? ,

$60 00. Entrants for tins bicycle I I A final meeting will be held at (; Nylon 1 ) Slocl{il1gs .
race should make :I -
their apphca- :. the City Hall Friday night at 8 and Delivered J
lions to the City Recreation Department p m to lay out final plans for lSD-nim Si,Gauge I "t .
in person or by telephone !j the days events: All interested I : -- -

between the hours of 1:00 'I{ organizations are urged to have I .< i i+
and 2::30 p' m Miss SJ95 2 Pr. for 5295 .
Betty Cot I I I repie!" :entatives on hand at this I GARDNER'SH J
trell of the City Recreation willrt'eh.e 1 '1 timei I

: the applications of all 1' I
j I Come Early and Find Just You Want
those I I
desiring:: to enter the i i
race A
village on the i inland of An- I
Concessions at the park willbe ; glessey In north Wales\ ha: the 58 1 Refrieration Co.
under the direction of Misa letter name of Llanfairpwllgwjng THE fiEgga STORE I
Cottrell of the Recreation De >'llgogerv-ch wjrndrob wllllan 1t'If' ,lIfIII"III"r; blues .''rrirllJlIiI.-{ ,,.

partment.The .I 114 DIVISION STREET 1021., Banal &Ireel .
following organizatiohate pHONE 177 PII.'E27 K.V\ .
signified their intention convenienw Corner Varela Street When Its New and Stylish You Can Usually Find It Herel" J e :-1. Uoriat ,

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