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 30, 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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Complaints i sa 'o= 'Commission Votes


I Heard Against Njgaoka KonyamaTakiita To Inspect Bldg.

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mrnt mil "C the Cily of Ke> t IM;
.t West was made last I nib ht in city Hiroshima'a Osaka- .. yd 0 I
chambers ti> the commission o <,'ith f'tiiimij, HHicr..; Jf.,l msht'vottrd

when they met as an equalization ,. > unaninivusly to have the
M board / *V -- J MIY JoKE City Manager and the PlanningO'UiniissKKl
Commissioner Dion asked his
inspect;; an alle;:t-ti I
fellow governing;:: members: what
Kochi 'zonlnj violation Avenue E bilr.
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piovis-ion ('( uld be made should s 1J'.y
the courts bitrarily lower the JL a .a Hamilton
11 a $363.000 Atlas Company Casa Pacific Ocean .0a' ; The cymmivion heaixl. :' an;.:i \ .
Marina hotel) property valuation SNIOf10 fpif'itf'dttbal blasts from. Avenue
4 Suit against both the city and PTSHiKOKU f: residents: and land ownc--
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county is now in progress; relative toa barracks bulletins
..1CHSTATUTI > that has been placed ,ninnls
Monroe County Tax ASftsor: ;: ,
Claude Ganclolfn told the commission MitIS' !- their ht-mes. I
that the Atlas Companywas First speaker to address thet
t I i I 1 commission II D. NOTTVI) ;
contesting; the 1947 tax roll, was
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: 3713 f1aler'rnue Non'-oprotested
and the roll they the commission I : I

: ) are now considering; wa CITIES UNDERLINED ON THIS MAP of western Honshu. Japan, were hardest hit by the rar g. :; against the issuanr
I .or a permit for this type of con II
the 1913 tax roll. ing earthquake which struck Monday. Homes 0 f most of the 85.000 people living in Fukui were _
He said the buiMin-
) "A City court Attorney decision i Ignatius: lowering Lester; the: destroyed and heavy loss of life was; reported. The cities of Kanaz w... Dai&hoji. Toyana and !,1 bad-truction.been moved on to the 1.,1''II I

valuation would also apply : Miyaxu also reported much destruction and many casualties. The quake was felt on Teyko. Nagoya. i I! '>n Avenue E without evenfoundation. '
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Kobe. Osaka, and Kyoto.DEMOCRATS. .
against the 1943!) <; tax roll I 1 I l !
Tax Assessor Gandolfo: Are ,I .- -- ..' A M. Brinsman.;: 3711 Av -nuK. > I
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they prayinz: in court for ntrv i: said that the buildins. he <>t
!f putting if complying: with the
and forever? up *
Lester: "'01'*. They are pray TO STRESS i}zoning rode and l that it will cost rA

ins now and forever in '....UI t i; about ten thousand: dollars \'.hi'it -.
( }'' finished.. lie saM that thbarrack -
G; n<'Mfo: "In the county. I
.LJ will raise valuation when ncicsnry. -- : building should like

e Martello. for Trnvr.area I can remember when in a the lot HIGH COST OF LIVING :1 I wise comply with the zoningnidc :

could lie .lMiuht: for i row -WK( I I MrK.. T. 11..11;>1,". proirlx

,I.. SI!M)0) Try to buy one tutfay ', j'\TiT.; : "Tlii; Vtmlempl{ .iblI .
.... for 2.3f1 0." x !!; IN CAMPAIGN DRIVE 1 I I building L? right nt"11d.; ',.>r tire. -
(at' I.h. '
City Tax'iI'1.r M'n.1Uf' IJo j i A shack like that lwHiJ

CARPENTER sam told! the equalization fooanl not be placed there even if $20. <., \. ,.
that he hail received/>nc verb Sriiiilor roiiil. Mil Thailri f 000 wouldtc\ spent 01it.. M
(above). 13. of Miami Beach. al complaint. against asse shtcrils. ....m r..ttbl..k home c,,.t te: MRS. MARY FARBER .pd her husband. Milton. a taxi-ran

holds thfc trophy she won in the but that no formal iotat t ( ..iil licHtiWtuil l moll i thousand dollars It i is wp fyirate drircr. cit at the tcHpbone in their home on New York Cirr
"Miss Florida": be-autr pageant plaint- InnlxTO'received Kosanv 1 Many\ Unils To MarchIn \ : . . but nr) in their rib lower Est Side tirtViW: woa- iM.tW in pastes IM euu-ti,

i mind would boy it .v w"" naming he title cf the Mystery Melody" the ABC
said| that be had so" far -HCC-- ; Join. Trillium ToWASHINGTON. Jhl ; i > on at':
t Jacksonville Beach. She is
fully dl'rf'ltflf'tl i his, tax roll. \j j A't'jilincj i I
eligible to compete in the The Kquali/ation: hoard veiled ; 11 1I.tJrJ- t: .1 J Foiirlli+ Parade I :I[IMOperty owner told the r>,,nmtj be at home to answer the jackpot telephone call only be.s.-
"Miss America" contest at Atlantic 'to recess until July 6h101'0. i:L ; : July ( (j odds. that he wa.nlannina. .I it was feeding time for her pet terrier. Puggy.
;: H. lb.5..hoc.I 5',,. . '
City. N. J_ next fall. thewill meet to: hear rowplainly Alit thre" m< re buildings c" .

-Miss Florida" is 5 feet. 6 inches if any. agaiRt the 19t3tax ; ; JuneTX ._-i1-u.: I I eral lo-s| I bat be own.; on A'j
tall and weighs 120 pounds. assessment rollI (I s.-"al.| K- U'M"I..I"'Y! lH-.o-.. ral.Wvoming. ,11.1.1wAIIttHA: I j nuc. K: lie said that !I.." WM.!
said tint thr i Ir..'KIii3! plans if the pie...-" ,
TO KK I'AIJAIIC; 11.RSI111. \ i' TO
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: chief facts in the Uenl.niaticpresidential Reported( ( buildingcre allvA-vd to n-

campaign ail will lie in i || |.: lioircil; JlIUGII:I imainMargaiet,: 1 IU>J,>it ann. AvcnuK
sliess-ing high ,pla5og
ASKS prices :
GOLF CLUB I" : reiidrnt. told I the eo.""
: the blame for them tlifHe I: BUY
t-o In Five Places 200,000GALLONS
i OF HI'lITCU: .
,I' pubbraii.IN .. : \l"?c T:i that she i. the -vif "f a rii, .r

I i-iiiitc-l. out that ilio ipiil I i-; i The Koijitli. ,.( Juy| Ci"'iiuitt
I FOR RIGHT TO .>liC'i i.e tn li"
Al Same TimeSAYS' .. . .1 I in the ncighborlK.wj'J if the >MIrack.
i,| iMlk'-rl 1'rewiflint Truman in cv ( l Jiil'"i ;<_* Die ,rad0 lo I bfflieUi ., building is allo-\e l to n- OF OIL
i t fry allrmpt hat( be made t b tt / M . I plain She,,"" nind: .%J the CVDIIIHion '-
<ili/.e prof'(" The RepabheanIlcadfl at 9 I ,f"ekn-k: niecuedul" i is.ahlcc I
USE CITY LAND I[ : > tor.k Ibe i--tion that 1 1OSI.\V:; ; 1.UW| .t to .nI''Htofl at the.
pi n-cri wmil'l' adjust (Uictiistlvesi : ; next: hitting Friday night

1 i in a'*t"dance with tlw law of :'i FOUUIIU.ue: ; : i IN tJcorge; ; Allen Warren0l: I'\l't l>eraujc a $10.010 of w"aiMitmcn'iir3 e..1 J :cll1'I'Cillll'llti( : / (ir: ":ti.1 S 2,C Hn huJ. ... -

<'"iiiiniioi Itrfrr& ..MatIrr -.. : :supply; mxl drmand.IU nIK..1\ti; I\Cl.lfUI': : :$ ...-; O the Parade Marshal fortl ..' in the ,same area
I t. O'Mahfiey a.-.ji-tieil. c\ei : >e day.MaMbinz. I Sh* said that thi. iMiiwkbuilding "Miss J I I I IllI'IlI I
To .I'hiiuiiii. (c"III.1: l! Morris) (Cochran: ( : sine UK IIcpublM'aii congress, IVI.C11II.n: ; \' .\ : unit will t-onsut: oftbe . which was .....n..1 U tyetterday < ;a l I Hcrrpayment
j iefuxl to |...!-.; a prico-eonlrol : lionitGuar" ) of 'the: Ameri-: '! Monday) sln.nil'1) aL'! *

nti-pion For Irri-ioll In 1 i i Died I) Last 1 I bill the cost of living: has been I B! 1 kr ,..-.lr4 P.....> ran l..>:: ..n. Color Guard: front ,It.e maJe to comply with the hip JAh-5)NVII.l.1: '': P.KACII.: H....... .. f"Iv t...riln.l ,......... 1pa..rll I
: I 1 Night I : "o ; -
;going' tll> r.KUiAI: : ; :: June .10 Marlwl UKVfeter, fiof Foreign; Wars ing; todeCan't -K 1"-1wnlos1' .
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iMillrr; I I IK..y II I The IH-MI tmciil of dgt lentlure '' Ti o wa._ re|.Ht-d. today to a |>ldl' ,.Hi of Marines" (tentative : Stipulate Construction r.. (;,.vs1w.r f IIIkrWal of two tVm.r., .,
I I I M-MIV, Corluxii. 62. died 6:50: baid today that Iihigh" be in five different. places, but a pldtnon of :sailors, i (tentativethe I I Planning Commission: Chair nn rann' alt ", h.-'ulC Iot_., 1:0.,. ftir two hum r'r--! 'il
; Club! I I
West Gulf Uu1that
of beef U likely to bighei wherever be i i. lie is fighting National Cuard. City Holne.City : R loll l l the co... A frkre to e sown Muss fSf f-mrwy ,
the allow II o' l lk last night in hi.- 1{:' idrrK'('. ,j {Mice S" I roan C Harvey calkms. : '"f tar ...! I Inns t tW.4
night' H"llII-.h'd city I I ei for a J good:: many IlIonlh.I..J.; .. back at the C..millf.rm in tit attempted Fire Department. City offieiAUC plaining retid"nti. arid the city t'a1pointer.Miarm.<< . "Ui.v, FMrwia (_ .,
the Coif Club to put up a 152: Wiiite street.The I. come Ileef will IK scarcer thisumiiHr :> .p 11'u.. the tvmmtmitpally viei CHul.KBoy' Scouts,; of I nimirion that tit" Avenue'! f ." Six- all rt'I"T| :-".! this la11- aK fimpjiri
i lubbousc in hack of No 5 It i is surviveil, b\ Tbr tor tit i K* ..1' -i I ILess iCatkciine
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1"1 I leeeasf ; ;md 1 (thi'Higliout. the fail in YugoslaviaTito ; ", Amerk-a. Girl Scoyt.-s Civic or- bairack o+nfOr is cwtiiplyHvwith : t tinAllantw" Oly p.-plant a .. ,,
nciii U S Highway o 1 1. the widow, Mr.Katie Cochran: I ;.ivl 1 winter ;ii-.-.. Tbd-|rtment anoouin-eO that he was Santf\i jn*! Welter's Cornet I the itoninz orxlinawe Of""* .'VI..r of the FMrafa Jayax.latet (Csou.ns It,. ...JH. ,
Str .1! I Inw4
William Curiy. I IKJSIIKS.JIUIHmill ;' . BaiKl. and Auxiliaries of the 'x't' lie ,said, tha" ontet .
'a laughter. Mea Francis Cochlan (Continued On I'agt-;; TJirceCahhvcll ) forming a Balkan bl{ ( "nPf'I building ; rt lrrrw t h. ,,11 l I.
toll; Club dircctoi. told the : two :soils Rev.Kermit Co -h- -- -- --- i: in:; bio country liulgaria' and above organisations.:;: : I I neither the cii'Je nor tl e rdi was i en ,..... importers brfowntybyoMMitjr ptalua hly 1. 1741! T.,. oil I 'It
ittmmi..bion that the new flub- : Albania The first judge tc> |I.e ..electedf Inane stipulates material o! tmtr olI. II.. .
Beach analMaurice ,, city has *xii >--t t. |.u.
IIOUMwill lie forty feet by one ran of Vet Palm I Names[ From Hulgana. came news the Beauty Content t<> be I cwnotruction. IIarve stated thai I I I.ill- toxpltv, his appeveiatsolr tton the.CiU, -4 K.

bundled feet and that the cost Coi-hran of Canton O.: lhat the leader.( in that rountiy h"ld in ('tnntthon with the he was not trying to defend:I the .,f th- vote h.- n-t--ivetl. J JLope r :..tri1will "-is.,.tI', ,

ol remodeling the o\ernmcnt six ;grandchildren; ; two gr:- ll Hoard..declared unequivwaMy that Fourth of July event, to be. held 1.\'pc .Of building.i hut that the hs.wrrd \--j I ,IMS'...
Barracks will run titan four Hospital view "Park. code only S7.OCM tw lie II ,
ot Rax Monday July requires '
grandchildren: two !sisters. Mr-: they sided with Titu. and that' fin Cath> n" ''f'
thousand to for thousand dol I i :;th. U Jam H< ugh. P.EM: : from expended in the Avenue "P l ark
Patrick Murphy of Clearw atcr. Bulgaria would bei-otnc a mcml / > : tb to the said 1. odvested
said that putting He
lar.Cuiry a .
I 111 The t..ial.a lrr.> 1101'1' lUstS Battleaxe. a resident ofPoitsinoutb. area for constrMctiwi av '
n,,_ and Mrs. Ella\ Addi;on of l of the proposed 1 tikeof Balkan fmL.hI I isa-m ediatel i 10 1 I" .
gees parking facilities and TALI-MIASSEE. June 30.C.overnor states F:"i:,lnndI as an example ofvhat a F. .d I I
ground l utificiition will be accomplished Punta Gortla.' Fla.of: a Amlerson.Indiana. brother.Chailic Caldwell ti.(la\ appointed 'I Jut what will result from th- If nigh dropped in on the tivetContinues /-I f"1! barrackiHiildm; could h.j.ji i\I1' 'i .The Csomniaal agreement c .Mn,I.j I
t:? crake the dub- Cochran thaione I .o,1,1
like statins
made to look by ; :
the following: members Three Three) .
i i j (Continued On Page ) ( On Pace the City mtinwru: u-n.'
house a credit to.the city of the Board of Trustc.s of Monroe -- i of these buildings;, that ha .ln.l. 1 Jl, I thi.N rxpiiation d.otc..1! I
member of j-
Commissioner Fled Dion: I Mr. Cochran was a Public been stuccoed i is nw up for sakefor ..
; County Hospital: I : luimtl. to KtWe..1 l\.t"d. ; IM9"!
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prove that this mutter be referred Key West Lodge. No. Knightly Rev J. II. Johnson one'cal': II.50O.. The property hi ..l.i .
aftci spending "toss >> tiy.n; .1tiimiiKil .
Tompie. ( ,,1Man'r Hi.lpi., SIt
and Wett :
tt> the planning commission Sisters the Eva Na'allo. one: Ernest A 1 / l t 1 referred to i. just off White n.--v. uoiiMK- t'. Itv K
They should set up some standard No. 20. Pythian : n..m,0.' Vincent Cremate. I I street I JuUKv Li.piv." : .... l..tsi i .nr.uii-: '
for the area in consideration! Knights of Khorassan. Auxiliary three: Fred J Millet. fOur Theynre in the month of July 1347 there were more The Planning Commi--i'" I h(.'... IliA" -.f i-v.l 1 -n.t." tt.Palace ;CCont.nued On P:'E>- I-
that a hospital and old folks of K.P.. and. the Brotheihood of all of Key WestBRADY'S than 10.000 accidents with 73 persons killed and nearly : (Continued On Pate' Eiht) I CIl'u.l C"UI'' .

home is neat by : Cat pentcrs.Funeral a..angements..ntl.'r .................... 1 2500 persons injured in Florida and. --

..(..'Jt\ Attorney; Ignatius asked IA'S1 the direction of Pritchard Funeral WHEREAS this is a period when everyone is thinking FOR SALE! FOR SALE! POOR OLD CRAIG
l>( CUrlY a club to gave the was Commie- : Home, will be announcd I ol the brotherhood of man and the true spirit of independence 41 Ford Con:t. '41 Plymouth '[' teser SKKMCK: )( : : S'l \ IIU") '
more dftatlixl, information. latei and what it means and the joy of living and. ConrX '41 Hudson Con:t. Francis at Division: Pro:]"
Ix-.tcr ion explm l tlw coif club's Pallbearer will h,- 't-Ii-c-ti-si -loi- WHEREAS the; Lord did not intend that this should bea Gerald Mohr and Nancy Saunders: 5..., : L. -

land in the matter telling the I i hone' the orders ofhich the CHOICE POULTRY period of bloodshed and the unnecessary: waste: of life >AAHUO, Iltl..rttOra..1Opposite "Lour Wolf In l.omloii"News I t:'r ''SIH'C' S..

ray fatheis that the presentplait I dece.iseOajJ. cnembei. 1214 White Strut Phone 540 through rccklcos. careless and drunken drivers and careless Bus Station and Shorts ..ILpvv.v..v..rvvvv..v..vvvv.vv..vv..r Ch.ingt-:
owned bv the club is too. ...- _.- _..- ; and drunken pedestrians and. -- -
mall and doesn't have adequate( i- --- - -.-.-_ -
1 WHEREAS. the Florida Safety Council is calling on it I a
facilities I 11 Itsaid that xur.icmeinlicr : \ t '
i Galvanized Shingles all citizens American Legion Posts veterans organizaI -
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> do n..t h.\ -i iIKICC I NOTICEEfiective and Fender
Ixt: .IUM- it :I' not t\.illable i! -at- You Just Can't Overdo 1t1! I civic clubs enforcement oliicers and others and istrying Body Repairs> 3

Ix .(e: .uldiil tlutt tin I 1 1.1'MBER YAHllI to make this month an occasion ol solemnity] and ., July lit. 1948. our a
(I ontmui'il ( In P..I! !" Eight' !I STKI/Mv Eating Here. 13 Like I dignity in memory of those who have. and who are today. office hours will be as follows: ; Paint Shop

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driving. -8:30 A.M. to 4:45 P.M. f''I/N ".* :
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WE ARE . llcst: (,irl friend'WEAVER'S' I NOW. THEREFORE. 1. Louis Caiboaell. Mayor of the I SATURDAYS-8:30 A.M. to : 3B

HYDRAULIC BRAKE New BATTERIES for all Carsinurunleed City of Key We=t. florida. designate the month of July asa 1 12:00 M. .
SPECIALISTSLet I naic and careful month. urging that drivers and! pedestrians l GUARANTEED
Us Check Your Brake ( for IS Months II I : be careful and cooperate. Key West Gas Company :

l''HI ,"Hhufo Service ROY'S (Signed) LOUIS 419 Fleming Street a. 1119 WHITE STREET
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Oal)y Dally Newspaper la Key. West and ment Organization; of Key West- pro- The Pay Book Daytime Summary j I York lawyer congressman April 23 1938.
ilonro County I AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF 1'i President under Hayes:. born at
the of mind body and Selected programs listed ketowr 1863-Mabel Cratty. New York
mote development | 1887.I .
I I N. Y. Died June
broadcast at the ante time Ma- THE CTITZEN OF | Malone.
ater4 ... second class matter .
at Key a* thro.gFriday.. Eastern total Cali- social] worker known as the
character.No CHICAGO.-AP-Indians of day .... June 30. 1343 182S-Frederick F. Low.
time. For central subtract kewr; i i iIImIDmIIUIIIIUI |I of the YW.CA.*
MKMBEM OF THB A! 'OC1ATKD PRESS! I' .... banker "statesman ,
tor meuntam subtract I. .r. forma pionier. governor
other life is the central Andes sometimes
achievement in
Ta. AMuclated, Pre. I* ..schaalyel entitled to com- receive AIJII'JII1I: f I Winter- born at BIIainOhio.. Died Feb. _
ON for r.p....action of all news dispatch credited part of their wages in I/I, and diplomat born in
la It or tuft otherwise' credited la this paper, and parable with a sound mind, a sound body 1 leaves. JUNE 28 THROUGH JUT 2 i i Cause of death of Harry' port. Maine. Died Julv 21. 1W4 27. I 1920

ttao la. loral news published here. and a good character :That. truth appliesto The Dcsloge] Peruvian: Botan- I, Alorming I iI Perez while in swimmm i Sounth Beach. caused by I. IF HER FACE WAS
aLBSCRIrTlo'RATE: !! man and woman in'eTef walk of 'deal Expedition of the Chicago ; t-00-nr>nTmoon la X. T.-nb. was .Burgess. designer: of cupwinningyachts A K/
0.. Tear I"." every ) Breakfast Club abc: heart attack according ta mroner's I 1 t and entomologist of fVI 1 NOT MARRED IY
Natural an
History Museum, returning Ii
Its! tgonth.-- to*
Ikre. Months _- ITi life. after studying cultivated : ':1S-BarnTard. .Follies. -<-b. I jury verdict rendered note. born in Sandwich Mo:,.
\mihry 'olka-mb I I t
.. I Ozark yesterday CROSS eyes
'...kIJ'Mcr.lh 1.00 3E It has been said many a time that .plants in the valleys of Peru, re- 10:00-Fr"H Waring !'oo.Dbo"ra..k ,I Died} July ]12. 1891.1&tiaWilliam .
I Ii
some are more concerned in givinga ; ports that the cocaine plant is j For I[I B. Capcrton Marriage. careen await
persons fly I story i .' .,* 4
HATESMade I Key West Chamber of Com
A Vr.RTI..O : m-chi'
terraced valleys about adno ivil 1. communck-r: mill .
in the
grown gnl good looks.
Know* o. ApplicationFECIAL balanced diet to their hogs their cattle 10:30-Honr of ___ -
i 5,000 feet above sea ]level The Half Hour 1'I I I men: today urged! residents to 1 __ n ---- eoa'tletemsetesco.e
KOTICB! or their horses, particularly if they are i Indians pick the ]leaves by hand,I' bay It 1t I list: rooms that ere available for Neon li t- )on out Reconstriction -
All reading notices, cards of thanks, resolutions : 11::00-\ItVT / I guests during the Oversllli : AL BURY and SON Service Method: often SBCcesstul -
ft revpect. obituary .0U.., poem., etc, will bettarred thoroughbred, than to themselves. Large : pressing them into bales for Urrckfant in ONE DAT Safe _
for at lb. rate of 10 cent a line I shipment. The custom of chewing 11 JO-lJe n Alexander SIto.-mlJa I j ;:hway celebration: We Specialize in All ptjn-v-p \
....... i 1 treatment. (6000 successes.1: l.r.t.r
:0: for entertainment by rhyrehes from whichr. concerns! have made fortunes producing ; leaes said Dr 11.4S-Serials J'i brs.-cbs :, Kind of Neon Signs professional
..... coca is so common '
r.The CUI.I. la derived an open are forum t cent and a line.Invitee dlsewrstrs balanced diets for beasts, including dogs; Hugh C Cutler Curator of Economic j; Aft ra.Ga '' Cuban Consul Eorardo c..- !; and Lighting Stripping OHIOIKey .r" BOOK. 1 1'win rui .form3tiee.. \
) *f public lasnw and subjects of local: or CO Travelers aba I' driguez informed The Citizen \. ('...eel t.. Stith ..y n'rc(; i** fHM Piei hniifeboa write-
at the 12 -Welcome -
Botany Museum. :
.eaeral Interest, and eat j, [ ....
l bet It will f
not publish anonymous FOUNDATION
C- lYE
today that the Cuban <>at Keyrt CROSS
.-_.. .. /..... : that most haciendas pay part of ; 12.3O-Words and Jlo-slc-Bbc sun ;
That is a commendable objective, an Indian's leaves. 1:00Duskfail Hour-nbc: I Cuba will]: leave Havana loinor 'EP 5' ... !''O"%1' wu"y. 101 GaNIAM ILG. JAcur"ro/lif P\QJID4. }!
I wages in coca - -
provided that the persons concerned also An alkali] (usually ashes or| 2"OB-Double for or Notbinc-nbo 1 I| row night for Key West. Th4i i .. .. -- a'f.
Vtoeen a tiny-ribs : -- -- .
Ii t tI ; .
r \ I Cuban I --J-l L ... '
is sending : : .
lime government .. .p -
mixed with clay, is added to 2:30-SerUlft for m hrs.500Pride ...'L - -- -- i
make it a point to eat proper foods. Hut [ the ami Groom-a be I the Cuba here for the! highway ]! --
quid for without it there is I
Martin Bock i:rds-mba
MEMBER we hear of this: man suffering from thisor little effect Members of the celebration I
@ 1948 ex- j.1 S-OO-LadVs Ee Seated-abc Overseas t tI
that and taking medicines to try to cor- pedition report that this practice I:>>-Tn.. },louse Party.-cbs Transportation
i.s similar I Paul \>"niteiuan ecvnb-atoo 1 Miss Eernice Brantley will he ,
rect his condition, when it i is caused by his to the use of ashes 40-Hint flout Qna-cl.s. ; crowned Queen of the Fiesta on ;
lime '
or mixed with betel (
nut in To le Am:ounced-abc
not eating 'proper foods. the western Pacific Islands. 4 JO-\\ mner Take All-cbsTreswiry i!Saturday night Elaborate ceret j' Company Inc. 1 4
Band Show-ab. 1 monies will feature the crxmn- ,
Everybody: should eat some kind of I :00-Cohen "Q" Lewi --bsKuMies i ling which will take place inj sl:

IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST fruit every day, and if he can; not obtainit Your IIiroxe() I later)-ll a,IK ur= and west mbs repeats 1 hr j I the Department of Commcragardens Fast, Depenilable Freight and Express Service ; !

__ ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN in its raw state, he should get it out of I I Ie !1 1i i 8-44! -Lum and Abuer-cbs-ea t I i along Front street :

.. can Taking care of one's health i is the I WEDNESDAY.. JUNE 30 19-181! I i Senator Pepper i> working tohave MIAMI and KEY WEST
I -If barn in the early! of the NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern
: 1. More Hotels and Apartment most important duty in assuring!' good t several WPA projects in
lay, the tendencies ar:.> astute and j Local Time For central they' ALL POINTS OK FLORIDA KEYS
: 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. are 1 1 West restored. according to Also Serving
but some more I subtract one hour for inoantam
health persons con- practical but l later they take .
3. AIrports-Land and Sea. on subtract two hours. Some local, ... I a telegram from him to R-prp- Between Miami and Key West
cerned in keeping their motors in running m clement of elf-mtlulgence:; If. tens change hour of relay] t. tot. ''scntati\e Bernie C. Papy
Consolidation of and .
4. County minute
this nature '! local .cheu.! Last pr.
City Government. condition than they are about their is carefully trair.d.Ithere gram changes cannot be .ncl..""". f -
is the irjkmg of a worthy City council, ..t a meeting ]last Express Schedule:
9. Auditorium. stomachs.
pt'rsun. if the disposition is not WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 night ruled against the tare tf., (No Stops En Route) (
Practically every disease,' including the given[ over to littnse. Guaidartfully I fireworks on the streets of Ky LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX- .
common cold, is traceable to an adverse l against any desire toMak .:00; -News Report. I"Hn: -. nbo West during the hifhwav: eels: CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 PJ-L Ar. -t...
away from a perfectly :-t; tl I: -iy l.a>-*!.. brrtionMr.. rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid- ,
stomach condition. Or course, there :Network sik-ni (lIo.-aloo-ea.t -
are straight path in lift, for such nn- night.
-_ exceptions in the cases of viruses and pulse! : ate easily intn.:>ifi.'d. j :; silent CI hr_.-nibscantKxl and Mrs\ Ear Baker former LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Dear Folks: other contagious diseases!;, but that is generally -- -- : Mii-h- Time-nbc: K..yV t-; n )w reMir"iin ( SUNDAYS) at 12:00 clock Midnight -

-_ Key West!'\ -where the best!'\ :f.O-cent the rulo. One not be in good TOIUY l IN III.S'IOKYKnow Cllv-l Utkx lime, -....bsC West Point an visiting: the and arrive at Key West ..
can :::0- obtainable all ( America) I..," and Al_ reieat-c' bsotttb:45N.wnea
sunshine in the U. S. i ia .
!' health if his stomach doesn't function i Thrtenbclonell law Mr and l Mr I. M\ 1'nvrCello
55555)5 of the year. That's why President i- 17S3-.The Congress Thomas. t by eat ll)-cb- I. trtil Schedule: .
properly.A} Ui iv .n hunt. I'hil ,lt.l"hia' t:00.-. Supper 1.lufo-.toc..ic. Diaz was two of (Stops At All IntermedIate Pointi) .
Truman vacations here so (rt>- sound mind Is closely related to a hy a im.b of mutinous and half- :?:\ ws and t'annxaaryabo1'ultua age yesterday parent.gave ;
quently. lie knows a good thing when sound stomach, but character is determined drunken soldiers mi t-ts al'' l....L'I. Jr.-ml/s him a birthday party; .It.,. CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8:00 o'clock
Princeton. N. J.1I1lIisl"rit'. / '5e.and:; Comment-nbo A. M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00
:: he sees it. by the man himself) : Some confound treaty with AlSitn jack Smith..t.tHMvularr. and >wnc.-;atbr:-".tsIMIIT their home, 913 Duval street o'clock P. M.

.: TilE ORACLE reputation with character but reputationis :-the Algerians rtnotmcin"tlaiiik (, Ness: Itnner l.ate-mbs Today The Citizen: says in an LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT .'
1:" --.\. t:"llii>l Trio-nbe
to tulrtitf they hail l ilemarhlctl SUNDAYS) at ':00 o'clock A. M. and
what }people think you are, and character ) J.rrya) Showcbslair. editorial paragraph:
from the United States. .:a..r Ivama.-awsNews -N.n. but the. (.rave 01. f'n.-o' arrives at Key West: at 5:00 o'clock
by what really are.Early t'ounientmba7:45Iabrsburn '
you 1834-Indiana Ttiniory rstabli the fair .tinws JI.IW' P.M.
GOES Comment-nb and sons
environment makes or }breaks! heU liv Art of ('"ngr.'s. News l.r jilca \- .l..t.; i but the brace csn"1ii- with

..1 character. Blessed} is the man who was!' 1902-The \f.t;. Army adopts: :69 s.t.-Dennis ConinwvS Tsar ComedT- -nbo. , them. FREE PICK-UP anti DELIVERY: SERVICE

Every now and then, consumer groups born and reared in a household devotedto life Jive drab uniform.Albert Em- I I I190526yearld -. AmcrMan 51ay..r. of the Melody.lown-abc linw -
R draw an unflattering comparison betweenthe truth and honesty. Stein,_ ,Swiss. &student writes fir&tssay /JO SI..1-| Ja.'k Pearl AtI'Dt-mla.'bo.--D. in a dressm of vinif OFFICE:: and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton & Fraud Stft.

price of beef on the hoof, at wholesale, ,' : <-.n""J.Jawas. to become !I'r.ulhil.num'_ itulMUn Lama-cbn T Wot-. ahc gar, sugar end coning powder anrl PHONES: 92 AND 93 p
lite IhttUx'biiHclam'ity. Hifctt Adveutitre.: IRawa-mob; served on crisp salad l grot-ns rOt i 'i
the for table at
and price charged flits retail. -
There number of .
f. are any we do 190&"PIn: ,. Fowl and : :54! -Lilly I Rose Comment-mbsGO first course ,I ,!

The difference is large. And that not choose to express in these; paragraphs.The Drugs Act fruited ((1) Congress. I .: lour Tern and Jinx* Min.ebsAbbott -nbc _.__h_ _ _ _ _n -.
.; lead many people to a totally erroneous ]1919 Inhibition) :no; t-f1tt at' C.:. lllo. -abc I 1

!Idea of the costs t involved in processingand midnight. ..?...? '-<3M# iabfK-1.. lI..att.r. Cvwmeht-mb.
; finest sermons are seen" not t.S-\e s lroa."I-II't.
1930 The fisi.yJ'< ends with
JO-IHstrx-t Drama-nbc
1 marketing. heard ; they live in the lives! of men and the budget balanced >;the last. .la...". Mrlton *v.rert-tbs
--, i.o; the: lleusrabet
Some time ago one of the meat packing women. time. : Jlann|>.oa ihow-ntbs :

.; houses explained, in full detail, where 1941-President Roitvelt.ded 10-00-Thf' r.iz tory Drama-nbofh
I icates the Franklin D: RiwseveltIjbrary. \\ l.ivtl"'r iiranaM
:; the money goes to. At that timechoice It is excusable to get tired when you Hyde Paik. N. Y. ta Opinivnair Los .MarRae.'omm-mow

:..; cattle were selling on the Chicago market 1942-The Civilian Con<;l.'rv't., 1030: -. T.. n,-. \nm.un...(!-nbc sI
work hard but the trouble with the average < .M..'.'' .. ,a.INb"
-. at an average of.32.5 cents a pound-yet is tendency to tired before tion Corps abolIShed. person a get 1945-Deliveries, of Net, York -nibs GOOD THINGSTO EAT
steaks were selling in New York for as working. City new.papers halted bv mass 11:OC N-. N n-&I'. \arM-u";.'? no'l t hir "-l

-: high as $1.00 a pound. And here are the "illness" among the deliverers j :\<,..-. .l>." ><,,. Ba' H hieons.
1946--Fourth atom bomb dropped 11:1i! -\' w \ :in-l> ,n. 1-BU.
reasons why. WHAT THE OIL INDUSTRY HAS DONEIs in Bikini experiment. 12:OO-imnUIK t'onullaoo.: west

;" For a thousand pound steer, the farmer 1947-President Truman signs I '

: received $:.125. By the time it was dress- the oil industry, which served us so the. modified rent control.. bill as i iI
ed and chilled that steer weighed 625 th "lesser of twoviU'
: magnificently during the war and is performing -
: pounds. After adding plant expenses, and Let Us Help You
an equally tough job now, an ogre : Subscribe to The Cituen.

deducting the value of by-products, the that should be destroyed? The readers I

:- packer had little more than $307 investedin Plan Your FloorsFree I
) of recent book written I .
a by a group of four Grocer SELLS That Good ..
;: 625 pounds of beef-\\hich works out to -
university professors may think it is. These

..; 49 1-4 cents a pound. teachers advocate a policy of breaking up STAR BRAND .Asphalt Estimates Tile Given as

: Ry the time the beef reached New York, and reorganizing the industry, the ulti- AMERICAN .COFFEE Rubber Til.

:. the packer's cost per pound had risen to and CUBAlI : .Cork Til 5.
mate result of which could Olll)'. /e nation- .Plastic: Floor Tile I .
51.9 cents. It was sold to the retailer at alization. -Try A Pound Today- .Plastic: Wall Til. l

.6 around 52 cents, leaving; but a fraction ofa In the light of that, it Du4tt'J he I a good 4.-:: Broadielts" -s. 1
: Caprtlo Wool Rugs
a cent per round for the packer. .
idea to briefly examine the industry's rec- OFFICE Acoustic Ceilings -
w By the time the retailer prepared( the ord. Roberts .Hardwood Flooring

-'..,. beef for sale, his investment was over GO First of all how has it treated the consumer SUPPLIES! Formica for Sinks. ,1 JL'3i
Counters. Tables !
.a (cents a pound. His selling cost, plus a ? Since 1926, according to government Floor Sanding and (

: small profit, averaged about 12 1-2 cents. I figures, the average wholesale priceof Call Us for Repairsof ] Refinishings

.C Consequetly, all the cuts had to move at all commodities has risen more than 62 ,VII Makes Typewriters,

.- an average price of 73 cents for each and per cent; the price of oil products has risen 1 i Adding Machines anil ; Gates floor Coverings! n i

-. every pound. Some of the less desirable 12 per cent. Ry contrast, the gasoline Check Writers J. L, CATES h eI

: cuts had to be sold for as little as 40 cents tax has jumped some MOO per cent since I Bents Typewriters and
-t:: Adding Machines Flooring; Contractor
a pound. And that simply means that the 1920.:! SALES FOR MARCHANT 925 WHITE STREET

= price of the choicest cuts such as fine How has oil dealt with labor? The fig- I CALCULATORS I PHONE 1599 ,t

.;: 'leaks had to approach a dollar. ures show that its workers are very well : I tI

What is true of meat is true of all 1-- A
paid, and that working conditions)! have

:..: !pta'ple foods. All along the line production 'been excellent, large industry: has been i i .

:. costs and retailing costs are held to more free from strikes and labor-manaire- I WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH .

-_ the minimum. Profits are minuscular. And

.'.i' consumer gets the lowest" price possible I ment disputes. Enjoy The Facilities Of A Complete J
I I I Is oil a monopoly? Thousands! of companies ..'
under today's economic conditions. -
are doing business.\ :; New ones are i
appearing all the time The consumer hasa .4 '

: THE: SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES choice of hundreds of advertised brand I t 1.i

names, every one of which must compote 1.t

;; There are millions! of descendants; of I for trade with all the others.Is .

..: immigrants form Norway. Sweden and oil doing! its job The answer to I "

: Denmark living the life of democracy in that is that oil has met a record postwar

:. the United States. All of these people may demand which t tI
no one could have anticipated I. LOWSUMMER
well feel proud of the efforts; in behalf of with only minor dislocations of the I RATES u. \
: peace made by their Mother countries
supply-demand relation-hip. And output I o Sceleeire North teach torus'. Goy Tropical Patio Superb e.......*
; who, as a h.le--stand at th! very top ,I will be 8 per cent greater this year than < .i,klnl I ounce Solarium C ClubNEWSURFh Fh ....

..: among the best people in our broad land la,:;t. 14. 5 'f -----... .

To sum it all up, oil is free enterpriseat .I ?t/ Listen to "CLAUDIA"

. y Life insurance policyholders and beneficiaries its best. It typifies efficiency and economy I \YKVI11 :IS; A.M.:

t .. in Florida during every day in in its! operation. To destroy the industry I ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST. 1 ,.

:-.. 1947! were nail $124,657; a total or.f5.500 as it i is now constituted would work EIICKNK: E. DCXM.SON, :Manager ;! lOfUID UNDER ""'"O.lfT OF THE COCA COLA COMPASS IT ,II

x. 000 for the year, reports the Na- irreparable harm this Former KKWILST: CO .\.t\: nOTI1.I\G: COMPANY: "tG
on country anti the Manager of the Casa Marina I I .. I

-. fional Underwriter, insurance magazine. world. __ I --- 19".n. ...{..c_. '.

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ful In llriiiuin.s; 1019Ctmtrnlinu Firemen Gilled I Chapter 3 I', eyes were glowing. "I wouldn't' and shook hands. seeming" o-1dy
think I .ddv
hare to about that Laert. i ata aseaavantaes: unl:
I had ciia'ed: Eileen's num-
BERT I Eileen, you mean-you knowit said. urbanely -JJothej; say.-: ,.ou
<< To I ..lamlCilv
To 3 Brush Fires ber seven times before she too?" sing, and B rt's brousn you
answered at last. Hs mother had She nodded. "Yes. I know. I to 4he rumpus rt/om. matt v we
I I n011.
: I i .; said, his second day out of the He took her in hit aims, like i jh*"nld have a little concer "
i the orciieitrfirs' O!
George Mill. White executivedirctur : Two brush fires one ;iJ 11:301 I 1 army: "Of course invite her to something precious he had long 'i them all, Sileen sestet:: siranjei -
dinner dear. Haul and Eddy want wanted and had found at la-I.
pm.. last night and the other ; ,, ;i I ly, mot at ease.I've looked forward
lor the h''YVt''t liou.3inp tu gnEet her too i Their lip met in time >> ac- '
I I t.. h- long me'
i arm& yt u. a
I lan.. the i-ord. "I thought it wouldbe
at today occupied j always I
iutlioiity. was rlrc ted pre14.1.1 .- But Eileen was teeing him regretfully I Mrs. Mc-Lane el..J m the asor-
': .
like this when the
.. atic-mum of No. 3 Fire Station I that she had alre&dytalcn rijht gillionw K.Ui of fru '. andI
f the Florida Associationf ..:rn:." He kissed her hand.her .-.1'I j i w.y. a tray ;
downtown before cominghome. I II. i I I cookies, i&te: seamed en t'tocn
Housing Authorities for the ,
the Roosevelt
Eagle avenue and i lovely ahmmerng hair. Then
'I t
j .
11 its .11 right, thoxjjii .. --ard".1 1 I "P"'y!'. s-'ne sa 1. With a twinkle.
T-nung n..r at a joint meeting he cnnfei-fd little \
boulevard. The firemen I
fought I'll be over later. I I. I l "this is your intr. i->r deco.ior.
..f the Florida and Georgia As- "I havrn'l kissed tug ut..ny etch, I "
the blaze more than an Lour'last Can I come and get you. i I' E:1, n.' r "Wh.t . "Y.,a mean yew
"Iabon of Housing AuthoritiesIn Ecen No ute hide hotsassiness. j c did all this?'' . "For it*."' Thciich
night. Then it broke out tbir.t i'I i She smiled into his eyes. "I've
Id .ti &.\.r.noh. Georgia last Ilea waiting a rus nl amirem--nt made Liiccn
( bc 15cr: i ii
i wailing too
":Iot fc.White. again this morning and they had 1/1 note clay to hear her voice. I I I His lip on hn wire hard anti 1 1 i Lu--h. Sit was all your mother",

al..) was successful in to go back and fisht it "All right, if you leant to, Bert." |!! hungry thr.-n. They belonged! id>-a. I only helped: littli.i :
having Key West selected axconvention Something in the way she said it They were both a little ahjkt-nj(i iI I i, She only upr-olstered the ihairsand
At _5i: yesterdav small
in a matte th 'urt.uns-au.J tHe
p made his heart thump loudly. Hecould when at last he 1ft her Ri>. ?
city foi the 1949 I i "
brush fire at the Sun -nd Sand ljmphad end
fell her there the I I the I -
across ] "We'd be tier get over to
ir..ftir>"! of the two State groups j I She really liul the hard -ork."
Club at tht foot <:f Simontonstrict. I
t wire, a lively stirring presence. ]]: house, tldi liOi. My brwllirrs are
J' next April developed. It was soon In his mind he aw the sweet waiting to meet >Ol!." He held h..rl;I Eileen intcn'jcd.Clt il ,n.; the
e Other officers of the Florida extinguished. 1jCarlyle ..:tve of her si.iile. coat and opened her door then i!, place out. pai.ftin the"* vial and
AsF-ociiition serving under Whitea her before I i Hour and cvcrj thinj.
"Half an hour too s mn? I bent and kts=ed lightly -
Kmmtt C I he pressed the light switch.They're '
preuient are '
; ":;0. I'll be waiting, Bert." IE br\v Kr"ked a*, e .c'i >er'ax
bte. chairman nl the Miami Roberts I awfully good Jooking.1 11
She w 's wearing a becoming I oh t Of them." Majbcit's 51"11"d' r,-r Hert. thing .' -
; llf-nfinf Authority htin..' preident ttise: silk crepe when Bert arrived thing I got claim staked iirst." I.i>.>r ..! titer.-c two who K.mi
t : : Louis R Fendi'4. Jacksonville Enters and. after stiff white I I On a sudden Impulse rt took I.( so much<. hta,. gave thc/\
Housing Authority se- Hospital ;: nune..' uniforms it s.-emtd to gilt en directly to their nu rtersI i place a very .p-<.:al shin--. 'i'h-\
; i-orwl 14',- president: J. W. Motet hint like gosK..iner. Perfect for :I i in the garage, for hefrit at home'1 player. ::r: E'ful' 1--t foI
land iliairman of the Tampa J. CarlyK Roger.. assistant to 1 her eye.: and laVely golden there. tu-M-c than in the leg BottsAh -, :I th.'nome very sort r ,,". m-4. _jld
9 Ilt>u..in3 Authontv. 3.d'i"- pre- tj her iioulders. IVrles '; all Die l'<> .. City Tax Citlleclur-Treattuivr t. ttjo against the soft givengad p'.e-. Three wide ci.u he.i .-. :I' .e'ng. Kilcn cint e from F',hesrestilly -,
,00t Dean Melville F. Ji
M: ''inn Arcliie Itubert.t this guess !; .l l-l furnishings oft ( ': iJkHJ l.'laci
r ; looming rust an c< 1'\\ th low lal>!cs ltvi'ccn. m.'lle'a' music a
hai'tran. Orlando Houori. "Iovely!" He i i U-hnp-d scat art>nnd one end of 1 I that h.-d u. 'n p-v.n'u'ar ,t 'I.'n

Jj Authority 4th vice p"v.-,idt"it: C. the attending physician for trcuiirent i;;, -tor,d still feasting: his .ejesi oni 'i i the large te'un. ('osh'nlcd arm-:; thoy'd: gon-- aw;"'. She arc:: t

f W llukev wcretary and treasurer t,f a severe attack of hrnn1 1 i irjtii. Then the t""lIo.v. bejutifully :uliau: -,, a t>'l>Ie holding lawns andle :| sweetly, feelingly. Heyt- .
: an.1 J N Miller executiveJdntxtoj : fjrnirhed rom suddenly ".UV an upright piano rtnin>Lcd ,' oiichi Hf-t's when il>c had f>n-
I.f the Du> hen Reichteerrlry dual asthma. i Bounded _;.n a1ann. I Ii I'!lout I its i>ia.culnonifort.. (;rt7t '! l"tc-1. '..n-l bis th;.nkcj hr -.\ itriI
and treasurer; and J Mr. Ruheru M'fft-ritl a mild attack i:i El4"thii apjrtmrnt YiUi told orange curtains complcmeited -:I tt cir aver message, 33 tlu j ai

rN" Mille.culive i duet tor oftie two wctfc aio and ho n- |i aren't married ate you'" I IWhy. i| a tan indan rug ui- >n a ;'ps Jaf'rd.
led ,! I i|I 1'.1'1) sanl. rrrrr as a fa<-* than
tlition the past few days: ltl -> ] n >! She smiled surI painted flour. IVul's drums wereIn
Djvtona lie-ch Hnu.\in'; Auklhontv ,tf hospitalization deci>i.>n of the 'I priced. "'T'-test aie things from our :| the corner. It,.'t's >..'t in its I 1. ot.I-o't. "\-'\)'rc pro>c. .- oral,
wasle"-tetl executivet doctor. |: hAITI:" I'leather ,'..",'. K--t sr..lrd Kileen; ,ItW.'t yo"siren's
".'HnmIU..nun .. the res iun1E attending I I lit ii'low i hair f, --ing UK- door ..'1:11 j jwnt I } far Jt u?>. as 'VujhT
Bert bl his breath out shirpi
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national into the h"usc0 hisbVolhcrs. enuestl.ght so\'ckT1h' sheen ,'a 11
oxincil of the a.o i get
: TIT KKI'OIITKD i!i, in inHnite dueli : ,I 1"1 wish I were? Feet I'ns ..1c>
.. > 1 Lcione lit iinylMMty I mean, the jc-ta.w': cha.fitil to a dc-k .n t
the Connnueii iom t' ve lane t.n'l 'What's l.'g idea. gripnedtjliiv.
The piuuipal speaker at |i I I".d-or anythins'S.u : , !,...- out the.:'e"Tboulht j: type raterYai *
1E" :lnnah int.-ting wGeorge II. near break will) the Cuminf-.rot !::ed up at him and shook .. *hc"d like t<, meet the I I ct'O'cliing in r i-ftu\-h .
lt..n. state treasurer and by Yugoslavia is anybodv'a ,! her h"ad. "N... nut engaged or abori.j-.jiC5 in th.-ir. native hiltI' -,- ,!I' f<"r dubs and weddings mdIhngs.
.. director of hou-unt; cur Gella KUess. it was said by leaders i i i ...ylhin . . Why did you want '] tat." Bert w iser'racked. "('..m.. on, ."
who said Adequate hoos- here It may mean that Yui< jklavia j I to know Bert?"* I I' d..Ii t keep the lady wait.n ." |! Pi nl laid h:!< hanJ on F'le--n"-;

l,, the intr-t de. per&te pn>l>- will show a disposition to I' Ils cia/y heart Has racing j I Kili-cn "ttM up. smiling, as ththrrv .. *li'>wVlcr. "A hnt carter h<-"> pukI -
the American lean towau.1 the t igoin. comoe'ing in the s-lcm-c tnn pctl in. I I : y nj. Kilren. You *u-t -.'t K
V-m nu>io 1ar.oen
Wt.-I I I with the loud Kruix of Kiieen'sork. I "Eiitcnt meet my brother Paul.I 'd with me. and I'll h-v<- \ . ople tiHiav" Hamilton predic- ern Power t.r that Moscow maydemand j I! .-! Their ekes held like mer tit the singing ruuittrlub numbers in nn
old that if the Democrats aiivouie -' a closer. adherence. to 'i M-ti. "Bea aiiie I" legislation lor public hou!'- .UK! Cominfrom.Tito : i lot of tiimkuig about someday be- one. Patit-Eddy--Miss KarwelL" :i triumphantly. "And maybe ,,, j.1ftsionlly. .
r r. rejjjrdlris ttl their randiU wa quoted as ins ,ting 1-r.gin to me." i "iPis - foe piemlent. they will car- on a freehand in Yugoslavia in I j She looked: down then but her :' They said il itiftly ta';:cihc-r I lYe \lie "**'inud. '

v the pie,idential electioni.: attending to both its internal .
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2 fr'"lhusll1111 !,., the big issue I WILL 101 SMILE? I SURPRISE! Hy MACKENZIE

hi the caiiiMitn an-1 not the resi.ttive creating projects for the low income ,

candidates." he det taredn grouphich have been an '! How the Governor ..! :" y. f ,

iniltxn ievently lesi;:ned as asset to every city in which they .-J" '! .. T'P} .
*rea>uier 01 the Nat. >nal {homE.atl" have bH-n built. 1ii" r
I, Bluffed K ti,
committee Besides the approximate K 100 :

& W Simmons. Jr. of delegate coming to Ke> West i

\111"1 c ,pei t .city planner next April from Uooigiaan'd i I lr .idint Taft dcM-Hlnd tliiias ,, : :

..l mar> southeastern eitiectt- Florida for the 194t meeting invitations ir:,' Last poker sorry he ever I Ih

,Ii the tienieniou. value of the will be ext-'mleii to i I\ ,.-:.rd: i.In

*.... !. .xil llim.-inj Authoritieshav Housing OfticiaU ot Cuba and i ...Jt- "\'trn..r of Idahova, { Rt'L'r

< done in tearing slums and Puerto Rio Whitt said I Ipl:.vmg eiichr. with Isaac Isaaci I

I -i.n. J
"If I wen- pla ins poker" said r

i !t s t tai:s. oa "I'd lt ?10 '.n this' :t41 Y a

hand." j

j "Well. --ay.- the gvrn'.ril'
I voil w ill give me a queen 111 bet

1 >ou SUM MI my Bane" iI i

I I>:iiCM>n gage the jvinor J i
i queen meantime smiling p tn. "- '
I, izingl on the four kings which ii
i lu h.-Id. Isaacsi.n laid dl\\n his !

j I m >ny.
I! '-S.'lih'." tidmonishcd the foveinoi N E W

I 444 revealing four acts and ;

pocketing th''toke..-. Isaacson
g.ou-et SUIT,".fully at '11 t.. stat''''-I:

man then asked: I
I d.. iiiiiul '
.S "y. governor. nt
the momy. but I wish noli \votil.i :

tell me what: in htll"t- >U wanted

[ with tint gluten'"'

1 ..If'lD '. ,
Tii Was His Face i iI -: -

RM t.ttitD P.M Red? Ask Him! t :.-. .. -
U"- Itt IOt 4, ,'_."UK"-

0 I I CHAND ISLAND. Ntb. t"p-I --

;:tiL; '-LASJ jHtl b) tinhe ift lor not ..1"1'1

__ playing a tail-light ..n his .

=.J the driver said he had lotiked at THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at POPULAR PRICES
it burning fit, minutes U-fore. tAn I
a o' I
I Xdimnitn showed that Located in the Uecit ot the City
the ta l-lisht which was burning I
I -fi\e nmutes :ugu" duin't vii
h have a bulb in it.
1i tat u= c W. .9t with BATH and TELEPHONE

I :
Ford Persian"HoKl Miller
c I CoiiUiiiu-ci From rage One) :

I t'>t'unJh..1 that it t.itlie- .,neand ,
lintel Hold
l I e.wh..1f.11:; Ixforc the supplvjs
I. (0 N.E. 3rd St. 22S NX. lit Are.
t I adequate to meet the demand 223 NE. 1st Ave.

... p KIIGUtN j1St tLIVINe III the United St.... :>. j I 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 30 Room
P.M sL Yi Elevator Elevator
Further talk alnmt the"knllal Elevator
Solarium Heated
Ij'c race valor from fi-\iril-
Democratic leaders whose name 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION
DINING RG were not revealed They said ,
9 .9i
'I General Eisenhower will l-e

placed in nomination regardless'of
whatever stand he mat k.' '

T Ttk5ST I. when the convention is convened. lici. tW 1\:

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I"V ling ot the Fouith of July committee Jlr.\'E BR IDES

held at the City Hall

Monday night. and volunteeredto

t act as a .illtl .- in the Beauty STEAM IRONIRONS
contest. His offer was unanimously -

AP Wewi/eofuies accepted by the committee "WET OR "DRY"

'. CONSTRUCTION TESTED this budget house ha been buUt

,t tram this plan both with and without the second floer.Iin hed. n"lfular Price "ALE $1050rmr.K
It i Plan 2537 Matern Architectural Associte In preparing fresh strawberries
by Rudolph A. 1O
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for shut tcake sauce
bur or as a
.. use
W 04 161st St. Jamaica 2. N. Y. The house covers an area of
for ice cream use one-quarter to Add These Thrifty Sale Values Your
" til square feet in which goodsized rooms are efficiently arrang th1berries to
one-halt to one of
cup sugar
? ed. Living room and dining room open on either side of the entrance depending on bow ripe Convenient Easy Payment Plan

", foyer. Kitchen is one the driveway service side of the they are. If the berries are email .uH""R,4IUNI I'IIU\I: 1J.n

.' hou.*. The large bay window and corner windows add to live or medium-sued they look attractive Cgl .
a . a i r Fleming and Simonton Sti.WEDXESOAY.
Ie I
.. ability. A brick exterior white trim and asphalt shingles are if they are quaiterly before -

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T* FKdTtrli ra. nowt for ..hllu.jf.-l: adTertItt.
mant a is oariahiy in adasre.r.Kuiar .. ..
'en 'nts un-trr 'hih" -"l a.h"rh.rUil J 4f... ...
Will 1* n.' rled In Th" i'mr.-.. alI n.antu ma> hate their idtirtia.
th- rate or *c a w..rd r..r .M--h "- n*M. .- rr.d.
( ertion. but ,hr minimum h.ire.f r ii ni.ii'Aiifi bEAULI\sh
lh.- firm 15 word ..r K-s Is :*.-. Tn in-urr nuhli. ati..... Copy
1 IT>>" rate for Mark fare tpr ... 5.- aword. I.. In Th.. t ttiz..w .'fICa J111It
ant th* minimum charge C nr ...1'1..1. in the muraisg fI' m2
the first li words i. leo of pablhativn .
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All adertiaing to a.-cepted ond.r the .nd.tiops.. hes.wt ."
.f error in ads..rttwng. transient .-nira-i.. Th.
re..|>9niMr only ,.., IN- first insertion In ..l....,...l '4..rli..a.:1: .
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House. Two adults, no pets. GOOD PAY WHILE YOt&

] Phone i 2-M. jun26-6tx' LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE

High School Graduates. .d1ouse
FOR RENT-APARTMENTS I j.j your future no.v: Here's an*
| for for good: pay. .valuablcTX-

Furnished apartment. 3 rooms prl' enre. .an assured fvfij, '
J and bath. Maid and janitor : The VS. Army's Tetludcij ,
i service, linens and utilities '
> School Plan will start you 1IU
sw furnished. Summer rates. Coral in the trade you choose. jajy

i Hotel Apartments. opposite I Post Office. jun25-14tx Irs a real chance: to get

,i :. cad for high school graduatps
I' Furnished apartment; adults, no between 17 and 34; Get the
t. pets. Conveniences. $50.00. I i 1 full facts from your ncai t
: 1 AP Wirpphoto via Radio from Berlin 1206 Florida Street. Phone'| U.S. Army & U.S. Air Ttrmi '

: i -. t .s : FOOD AND OTHER SUPPLIES FOR BLOCKADED BERLIN are unloaded from U. S. Air Force 1003-W. jun l7-tf;:i Recruiting Station at 23' Idol
3rd Street :Miami.
: .-. i '"I C-4T cargo planes at the city's Tempelhof airport. A fleet of 120 planes is running shuttle service Furnished 2 1-2-room apartmentUtilities !; : Choose1 th
school want now! i"i
: J' etween Frankfort and Berlin to provide for the most urgent needs of 2.000.009 people in thee furnished. Couple only. ';
i of Berlin. The into service in defiance of the Russian i
:{ three. western zones ships were put Apply 915 Windsor Lane. r
: "blodtade.

w ,.-' __ _ ___.. __ , junl.tfi i HELP WA.NTED-MALE
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Furnished apartment new Ias'
Tourists Aid S viss'SCHAFFHAUSEN. STORAGE range, electric refrigerator continuous Route salesman-truck 4rrW
.1 j_3'Dcslrovers"V | \ : hot water. Monthly. ![ Good pay. Apply in pcrj L

;: Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture Phone 215. jun26-tf j Cabrera Wholesale Grocer
Switzerland. i
Arrive Today I or commercial.: 1'honc 793.
; (AP). SWltzealnd's: tourMbusiness
junltfTRANSPORTATION Four apartments. Apply 411
1947 worth about
was .
711'- , 117 million dollars th> William Street. jun28-30lx HELP WANTED .
( U. S. Naval destroyersairiywl to Swiss I
the Control Office f >r
at Key West Naval base economy; Three-room apartment. 713 Si-

pi.'11 am today. .'!membfrs Tourist Promotion recently. Statistics reported for to Chief petty offitvr driving to Norfolk monton Street. jun29-3tx Honest and reliable man or woman .

'They are the USS Ault from the first quarter of this year i \'iI.. leaving Thursday 10 i I to make house to horse

Mobile. Alabama and the USS promised 1943 would be equallyas i a.m. Will take up to 3 passengers. Efficiency apartment. 510 Fran- contacts for our studio. Evass,
English: and the USS Sperry fruitful. i share expenses.: Call'I cis Street, Phone 507-R. 509 Southard Street

frprn New Orleans --- - .- 105-W; for inf.>m1aHon. jun23-2tx !. jun2l-ti

They are carrying 250 men ,"der the stiocrvision of the jun9-tx
3012 officers each They will Fleet s..marho"L f 2-btdrom s-partrrK-nt large living j, HELP WANTED-FEMAtz

remain" here three days under- The vcs.-els docked at Old FOR SA:.: room. Child atccpteH. $;7.50. j 1

:: jrn: antisubmarine'warfare Grain dock. Onc-bNl.-m apartment for > Seamstress. Steady work. Collies -

= =--- -- House trailer. $175.00. Good couple. $55.00. Phone 1IS5-U.J j 593 Duval Street.

; ( HUE )i.\ZES MISSISSIPPI munr.i: condition. Apply Mastic Trailer mornings. junto-30 2tx i jun:56uLANDSCAPIKG

.. .. .. Park 633 United (
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One-bedroom furnished
r I f't: :: \< i jur 29-3lx apart- -
ment. Newly fin -hcd. Apply i

: 912: Fleming Street upstair, j t Power mowers for rent. Whips

; _# ; ; ;wash- Apt. 2. f jun30-tf i or ree l. Reasonable. WardTlOW' -
*_ '> i
i -
: : ant{('. *20.00. 1124 Seminary I } $ Landscaping Co Phone

"..... ... .. :. ., f Stfcr/t jur 29-3ix I Efficiency partmcnt two adults j j I 748-W. *=. junHti
$43.00Large apartment. two ,!
',.' ::t Gas water heater. 20 paL eapa- i bedroom electric kitchen: j i FOR SALE OR LEASE .4Tip f fI

: r- .:.- .. . :..e.. city. practically new. Alobirdseyv : $:JO.00. Call 1091-n. I|I
f 4as : jun30-3tx I Top Bakery and adioiMr*
: I maple vanity with ; II r hones with apart
mirror I
large end bench. 1321 I
r: -1 Bakery doing nice busi! '
:'t ; ; Newton. Phone 25:. : FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
.-. 915 Eaton Street Phone 89jun2S6b
.. j jun29-3tx AND ROOMS
Ft. .- _. I I
a i.t'
; I E7rctrie water pump and pnssure I
J. : The Stutz Hotel. 410 WANTED
7 Fleming
Jt1 i storage tank. Phone 136.jun293t.
j i Street ha.if pultmncttc apt. .
and several sleeping rooms va-|, Home for two female puppies
| Man's bu-j-cle. good balloon tire. I cantLow weekly or m..nthl-- I i I Call 11 J.I-.1. jun264t2GARDEN

t: I; j rood p.nnt. $16.45. WOO Stapes rates. jarC2-tf I
:: __ jun29-3tx i FOR RENT-ROOMS I
.; Notes (PrOI1 !.sam. ic eacb. Art- I I Do you nerd a new lawnmoTver
man Press. Citizen have the Turf-Majtcr.:
I 51. I I'c ." and Dixie mower lit
marl5-tf I 917 Fleming Street
Weekly Rates Key West Garden and

t.r" '; Onr 15-L.-ot lynan. 22 h.p. John- $3.00 to $10.00 without Hath I Lawn Supply Co_ 914 Fleming

vn outboard and trailer. Inquire Street. Key West Bird andGoldfish :
$12.00 to $15.00 with Bath

i :-:.:' I Key West Boat Yard. I junl-tf I headquarters. -
.a. jun24-tf :
to- -
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> -:. .. 'W:' i I Motor Dike lights REFRIGERATIONllolbrwk

i'i. --pifdometcr. basket Furnished cottage. Apply 1123

.. .. ': .':' ., I i-i-nse. $100.00. & nt.tin'S'j Margaret Street or Phone Refrigeration Service
. . .' ... Sh et. R46-J. jun23-6tx domestic and commercial. \
: ,
..; guaranteed free estimate on
J "
*;;: :
; Will sell like repair. Call 724-W.
rent six-room
I unfurnished i Want a nice furnished cottage
'.'" \\ vh. 1-- and small lot. I. jun236tzMISCELLANEOUS
; Then roc these cool dean: comfortable -
; SMOKE RISES FROM THE RUINS of the vehicular bridge H<'use needs minor repairs. apartment" Block from

: across the Bay of St. Louis between Bay St. Louis Miss.. and ; SI 00.09 down. $I;i5O weekly ht' ll'h. No infants. Special

Henderson ; pnfmtnts. which incltuU-s in- low rates. July through: December.
Point. Miss. File broke out Sunday night and destroyed Washers and
I irons vacuums
teix-st. Write Citizen. Cox
a half-mile section between the mainland and draw : C.C. Com"'i n-. uthwmd fans repaired. OBriai.t, Phony .

bridge. With the bridge out. heavy traffic on U. S. highway jun25-3tx Cottages 1321 Simonton. 1164-?L junl-U

90 is detoured over another rout jun30-llx
: Alan"m
tires', seat
I t Floor sanding done by experts.
cover basket 1700. Unit FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
sT'1')111.1T1:1): "\.C.: (;o\ EH\f; ; J-3 Fort Taylor. AND COTTAGES Free estimates ;:: \'('DPhone
jun :;3tx I 163 or call at 701 Caroline St

One-bedroom cottage.cra-rxd
AdiiirK* machine. rra.-wnabc: To porch for t"t >llpk.l..o efficiency -
itflo scales display box slicer Shop 223 Ann Street
: : : apartment for working
HH at grinder: meat bUick: drink couple. Call 1021-J. jun 9-3tx will remain open through July
l,.'x. I01 Simonton. Phone I with increasing: stock of ne"- .
int-xpensive cottons for fcllo-
1167. jun30-4txl, FOR SALE-USED CARS
cwvrand draperies. From 10

to 5 daily except Thursday and
?>'w Greyhound traveling iron \i Oldsmobile. 6-ryhnder Model Saturday aCt
Lctt with heat control. Never been ]1; 1V37. 4 new terra and tubes. 'rnc1UllS.

ir ati r ;: UR-d. Inquire \Vljitchcad.. i Excellerit running omdition. jun26-rt::

junJO-U't A-l all around. Navy CPO. Alterations and
pk-7 Dressma .
I It f being frtaii.fenT to 'C'a duty Phone 1338-M. 1017 M rgart
Baby carriage six month. old. j will sell for $493.00. 308 Margaret. Street.
excellent condition. Rcai>n-1 j Cottage "E"". jur29-3t
f I aWe. :521 Simonton Stret-t. {
jun303t. ,I jtmS-Stx'I _j-HELP WANTED-MALE

. I 1936 Chevrolet p 'k'p truck i DE A SPECIAI.IST
-:. Bungaiow. small Si'ffv building'and i fart.Hry-l..oHt btidy. Can be"' IN AVIATIONin
f time grove on fvur nice; seen Monroe Motors Paint
f'< t fast world the wav to lIa7.'t:
lots size it')' :x 124 Leon Stn: :'. fa.-t is learn
to one vf the ski1s
[ : i section. This can: be bought on| jan 8-3tx and trades demanded by tat:
: easy terms. Johnson & John-
future! You have a chintz to
,Ati son. Phone 372. junl-Ui 1942 tudor sup r do !>IXP F rd.KxcclJent .
..' learn. .move up fast. .nud

........ rr i! 530 bevts. 8'= x II. whi'tnctvs-I j ui' v.-: Puinciana.t."OnOltion.r.;; or Mornn-- draw it!gond Heir's pay h"w while, : If you're you're doing 1'

< I print. ::X-. Artman F'res.
Citizen i Motors. Inc.: jun30-3tx high; school graduate between

. I EuiMir.g. Phone 51. ; 17 and 34 years old, you can m''s.:
jtrnl7-1 Model 1940 Ford panel truck. Apply -
led the
.,... i specialized Aviatioti
M '" -.f.=: !. 1 PererBros. Bakery 1025 BEFORE
F training you prefer. qualify -
'-:: -.; \VhtUoutside paint white: na-I| White Street.: Jun30-tf you enlist and be -urv
I mel. $:.:5 per gal. V .
DD.T'i j
of that training. Irs available
..\1' \\ .re..t.. Fly-So. 23rjer qt. Doherty & NURSERY SCHOOLS I
tu you under the U. S. Air Fore
HAVING WON THE Co. 4& O via, Parker
gOTerI Aviation Career Plan. Get the
nor of North Carolina in a run-off primary.. Kerr Scott:: Phom1537.. jw.JRIt-U I :Nursery school, '::$ full facts. all details at your

(ri.9ht) receives congratulations at Raleigh from his opponent. Phone 331-M.' Taking'I' nearest US. Army & U.S'ir
Charles M. Johnson. Thr a: rooMM of fumiturv. Reasonable. tions for
Scott has been commissioner of agricul- I f summer : Force Recruiting Office at 25
86-3 Poincianst.
f.1 f-r mry y J.-hnson is ta veterants's treat-r- dents .Age 3 t<- 6 )crs. N F 3-H Strw.t. Miami.
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... S Ownership VW) ISiniiinloii- Management Si. .,S. Nice Selection of f GIFTS and SOUVENIRS .:: If It .l E-'l"illlca. I WE W E"EI'AIR SELL ITT IT!| :: :: 1r.;: ! POOR OLD CRAIG

BENNY FERNANDEZServing ; Plnily of Arlioii Tojs for ihc Children : : : : : ;
We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS
. . : SEE OURBREAKFAST. Electrical{ : ( SO Years' In Electrical, Work : ; Service Station
to II
SHOWHIC of Appliances _;i h. J. H. BRADY. Manager PHONE 1134 :
;t .LUNCHEON DINNER. S 11:30; to 2 .........................-......a..............c. LIG4iLVl' 211 DuTal Street : Francis and Division Streets ,
to 8:30 Marco Mesa. Jr.
Prop. ,
!\ I :.................................. *............-:. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE : 701 DUVAL STREET ; Tiara Tultc8 Itallrrir Auto Armmorics
Thf Best 41
I of Steal. : .
: Short Orders : HOME i SUNDRY STORE. ,....................... .....................: : "Your PURE OIL and GASOLINE Gea]er"
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. Al All Hours : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR. WHITE ST. : : .I Dry Cleaning; .............................................

. TROPICAL Try Our Frozen : "Your Pdtronags Invited" : : PRITCHARD I : : RUSSELL'SDRY and Pressing R
I . Open o: A Ddilv.M. to and Midnight Sunday : Ice Cream Proprietary Medicine : j FUNERAL II Free Delivers Pick-Up Service and _ NOW AVAILABLE-' _

.?..................... : Sick Itoorn Supplies School Supplies : : : GOODS : : SUITS for MEN : : O Hod f.leaning 9 Iil'iHriritg and Q Untiling ; .:

:..........Toilet......Preparation..J..........and....Articles................: | HOME .: :| 1106 OLIVIA STREET : :. and WOMEN re': : TONY'S AUTO AND ;

..................... .... PHONE 373 :: Mad I(Mo-Mca! n ; BODY SHOP ,
: ..... Let 7/imr Serve j JJ : : PHONE 282 STRIET"
603-05 GREENE
: GOMEZFURNITURE'CO.\ \ :. : MUMFORD''and'"ROSS{ :: Who Serie Best : J SpecializingWomen's ,i .........s.............- ............................................. !

I. : 220 DUVAL STREET .: WE HAVE NEVER J in ...................... ,............................................ ,

: Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : I BETRAYED A TRUST- I J and : = : CAROLYN I SiVK: i I
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720 DUVAL STREETJinoiiilf : Carrier WE NEVER; WILL : : 1 .I
AirConditioningfor : : LOPEZFuneral : Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming SUDONALD '
'I S FtiriiilurcHJRMTirKi : 2 Aniliiilaiice Ser\ice J Children'sApparel : ;)(' I
IiOIrSI:110LU: : Domestic and Commercial Use : : : : BARBER J
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548 .
: 333 PHONES 8150 : Telephone f Service .. We Specialize In Z
Plastic Inlaid: i : ..."..........................s.....e............: : Never Sleeps 2 :- Established: : Scalp Trralnn-nls Hair Dyeing 14

Broadfelt CongoleumAxminsJer ........*..........................>.............. ...................... :...........a.....s..., 1885 :!. Plume 175 ALL I T'rr. nr HKISTELL'S .tp: ;....C'THT.. ,
: RADIOS : 'BJr Electric: ,: :............................................ :. Licensed Funeral i.....................r..RIIU'U'T.....' ....."A'.............,

andAppliances ; D TDOIMT : P. ; Directors and l ............................................
Ranges : S .5
Refrigerators Disposals a-d Electrical Appliances :: 'J e .. Etnbalmcrg21Hour : BEAUTY NOOKScientific :

"Terms Arran ed" \\a-Iiins, ; tlarliiiict for Immediate Delivery : icensedPAINTING Beauty Culture :
: OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. : ; : : in All BrancheaThoroughly "- :
:. MON. and SAT. HOME APPLIANCE : ''t ; Ambulance : Experienced Vf :

.....................S. : 605 SIMONTON SThEET PHONE 11. I Contractor Service .! : Operators :
...............................................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED., ,, Soft Water U:+d ExduslvlT .

5555555.......... ..., .................................................P : Telephone 9127. lit Duval Street. JeUeraoA Hotel : : Phon. 135 Night $56:; : : Phone 637 536 Fleming SL \.J .:
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: PRICE TOURSPaeuenger Key West Garden Lawn 1 1 .............................................:
: & Supply ; {When l'm Wa" FASTER, BETTER ....................... t'orm"rWotomc Friends: and thc} Public: lnvit<-d .

i : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 : : FLOOR SANDING .: Key West FlaSOUVENIRS, : Frances Beauty Salon l :

: RepresentatlvP. : Full 1 PET SUPPLY Line On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : Francis .'..rk. Own :

forFLORIDA : : Full j GARDEN SUPPLY naranterd Work Modern Methods 1010 CRINNELL :STREET
: Line : : : : :
; Iteauly Cnllure in all Its nurses ...
t.L. EAST Courteous Service and Deliiery&m J.J DOUGLAS) TREVORIU2.JIIariiH CONCII SHELLS Treatments :

COAST RAILWAY ....................5..S..S55.. .55.5555555SSSSS5 : tt{-line Phone 1374-R AUSixM Facials Permanents Shampoo- Scalp- Manicuring : r

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................................. : : Tor Appointment Phono'" 1391 !
)How Located Jlext ............................................ COCOANUTS ..................,...........................
20% : ... .. ....... .. ... ....' . .. -
,, DR.O"CFOICBEO.S on dwellings. Fire Insurance . Landscaping! Marl &and( Top SoilIL. SPONGES .l\J.:. : 9 I IMSOM! ;: ;:;;/ i ianon :
ni*rc ant 11. \ D-ai srcci l
; bldgs. house by INSURING withAtlantic : : TOP JS..50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : < r:

: Rear FLEMING of L* Coocb STREET:Hotel .. tonal and efletts.BJVC per. Mutual t Fire Insurance Co. : MARL HAULED 55.00 for 4 YARDS f.. . Will Ship to Any Part CAYO HUESO BEAUTY SALCH I I MZJ! :
Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Vary RtuonabU of U.s. or Canada Southernmost House in the U.SJV. :
'.1. : PHONE 124 lr',-' on All Policies Non-Asseuabl. ; I la 9 Featuring .'' ;
S. Pa do F
....................: IlTf;stock'KHDtlle /. L. Crutoe, ,f gr. IJh one 674 Gij f B.,ECH 1021 Olivia St. Marcy &L 8 ti I.ul .R rduriu I ;: :'I Ole-..1"\: t' :

..........................................'...... PIIONE'801B.&B. ; 401 South Street ; I{ .' Mf-rlMiiiral.. ) Jla...jsr 'IETIIUU.. ,
............................................ : KEY WEST. FLORIDA : \\ ; If,k .
: ...................... ................................................! ........................................... .?.?...............s ......._......e.otnpletr...*..|.....M..:.t tt..TI1.1:1.................
: : / : M I'ESON! COFFEE SHOP : .-...................... ...............................! ...
Ride the llii l Io *the CYCLE{ SHOP j j 1 For More Natural ;|
: CoiF COURbEHave; ( : .
-- tJ .. .:-. 822 Fleming St. R. M. Denials. Prop. Pfaon 1013 . Open Daily and Sunday, Sales! y "* lr irg in PermanentWaves or Finest :3<

S Cushmaii IVIolor\ S.: 8E.i'vuie' :I. to 1 A.M. : Appraisal ; . 1; At

: 5aIe8: t ami Service Imuicdialc Delivery : COMPLETE Dinners 'f : S. Leah t : Beauty j
BICYCLE ? Also A La Carte and Sandwiches RentalsManagement 5

a w BUIIly i sate &T* Rental t I Service .?.............REASONABLE............PRICK...................: ; Colony' j
TAKE: : .............................................. .' -InproT.d and Vacant f& 521 Southard ,: ..'
BUS 9 Parking I'laKa : : :. >frreptrtiM la K.r WM *- Street <
ei f s > and Monroe County '
N0. I y SURARCE ; : Next to Southernmost -
to the , O Windsliielus fvA : : : lOTTO Beauty :
COLE r .I'lRi. : WIM School J;
\ : : :
; LINKS ; : 0 Jo'oulr"f.ts All Licensed J
: ; REALTOR Beauticians !III.;
: : AU UII'1'UN BICYCLES and :; Key West Insurance Co. : : Ill Fleming Street : Specializing in J
Fun! : : SIS WniUhead Street : Most Modern
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL 318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1S71 : FhoBM 124 and 731-R : ,z .M, ,,. '" r' v Phase of ;J ,
,....................., ................................................. ,: Directly in Front of Postoffice : : : Beauty Culture
....................e..................s...... ............................................. e.....................i TVlrphoiip I 206 for ApioininirtitSEHABLAESPANOL| <
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,...................... : BICYCLES REPAIRED M. : L..................... ............................................. ..
Watchmak FOR SALE 0
Experience! in : : :
ing qualifies us to assure. : Our Customer Must B. : : Your Entire Dome with : : : Daily", between 9:30 A.M. and 3.30 ,ft:. : ..
: you accuracy and dependability : ,. : P.Appointments are accepted \S" .
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in repairs. : OSTREET.PHONE.IJao; INLAID LINOLEUM : :MHfl"IIAKIISTREET from public by Senior Students of tie-: : ," r' 7 .
Whether it is the inexpensive t..ODIV : :
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seven jewel or ; ; TheSouthernmost 4
the most costly seventeen : : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE : or ASPHALT TILE ; Opposite Bus Station ',., ti

', !jeweL infinite care is al ............................................., ; : School.
waysguaranteed. ..." EXPERTLY: INSTALLED
If watch is not 5 i Phone No. of Beauty Culture '
your "DRUM""BAR"and" 7LLLI rllU1E: 1434 FOR ESTIMATE .
giving you complete satisfaction
why not bring ; : 523 Southard Street l J

it in? Our charges are ex ;. PACKAGE DEPARTMENT S Key West : : -THE S' S' There are a number nvailai.,1* with over 800 hours '
tremely reasonable. .s IS5 DIVISION STREET PHONE 9112 of slate approved instruction who know the latest
DAN VAROLL s ; : PorterAllenCompany : : phases an beauty culture These student b>'auticians:,
-"We Deliver"- Floor t C under expert supervision n of a h<:.used arher of
WATCH and JEWELRY & I U.'si I Drink! and Coldest] Beer in Town : Covering 0. S beauty culture, do good work at very low prices Although -
REPAIRING : ; appointments arc not rcquin-d. it is advisable. ,
Q Packaged: Goods 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLC lIT A I For Appointment

515 Work Fleming Done On Premises Siren( .; ,.*.....................r : 523 SOUTHARD ST., or PllONE at tJ7j ;
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t FANSS5 to $49 00 H;-hy ;':,: More! When:You Can; Buy: I'or Less : : .J. .0.
: When You' Go : : CURRY
: and Pay As You Wear or Use? B -

t ; Food Shopping ; !:JIIIir CVSH or TE11MS] : : n g ular SI.95 Values $10-35 : '=
.Be Sure to Get . l\IE"N'S\ IANITS Regular S10.9S Values S741S
: : : The /'"( >"'*: : : ,, PLUMBNG i

: 1..lic"T"'' ; SUITS IRLF'PRICE ;
n U -
dI lLIJ : A Radio RepairE L1t1ies* DRESSES: Grcallj Rcduccil S lucfnllariruta. turd lb.,.,;. ,

\ ... :5EIt1 in South I Ic.rida ; JUst .frrned-Jr'IIlTE DRESSES ;.
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.Couch Covers Linens Curtains Plastic Table l Cloths i
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; ' t See Beautiful New Mijc.'iEnd i and Aprons Silverwar* .Radios ,Electric Irons .
Foundation of Today'* : to.f f"J'fi! Table Rad.-Phe..aph at s "Con venl'ens Terms Arranged" ., : imi i : : i>ri\ivn. L;>,. 1)RI'at. I I',..I' :.

RALPH FARALnO Med Planning; rHOC z : 3 Th.Ha: !. !t..t AI'sMusicCo. !. !. HAMILTON TELEPHONE MERCANTILE 1312 co. *\ Phones! (.all L;781 l and Ite and Si ffn'tl 229-W ,: I

c.C - U4 522 Southard) SlrcetPHONE .
toy w..t Apat _" HIT 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Heat Corner Angela SU : sij: MAIKhirr 11:11:1: E: :

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Elks Retain- First Place YANKS DEFEAT BOSTON; LEGALSI I" LEGAL LEGALS, r T \tiTM LEGALS: "'U 4 llil IT4.ll+

TN" 1'(11TS JI lE1'r 55)5 nT.I \OTH-u: 1 UFoIIlrnTIII. I : 1'I'ahafe Art.e... II".'"")
sash : %T 'TlTr: otn ..
\: I' I1)'rill Ml/SKIIE 1'1)1 1 Tilt: 1 Lt liT t.. Till: ... 'T1".I..t
I The amendment. roll of the City I Tl. F'IMHI/I. l\ 1."nR'TI I N rTin: IS II :Iln: tiiJ-RN that.- I'. :. ,,'n..1: '.0' 'T'

MOVE INTO 2ND PLACEI I "r Key West. Florida for the year In rr Estate of 1h.. ,andrrniriMoVslm.. ... utMlrttl.*.- I'.5 fliHltt.iis''name =55in .....>IIUIl \ MI4.IMTK.
With Win Over JS4S will be open for Inspection by I MAIIKI.KINI-. : I. |: :"\\' K. >of ii -tI.-w ITs ce. .". William I. ": Estate of1'FRI'T
Hospital the pul.llr at 'he Ta* ee5eesor'st I... .....1. rT.rMa. .- :: ii THOMPSON.:
K yVt.t.
I 1TOflce in the fity Hall MondaySthrough T 1ITIT; 0"' %PPI.HTIO inItF'1 atrrel. .. : I 1--
1.\lhlf'tic-- Fridays between the hour, I \ 'L HIM ii %....I: t.n.N, t.. r.rf' >'. aM r..- iI r nname ,' T. All .>...i.. r.. .nd P.r.o.e..
I Lo-e To S 'na I I. .. *. M. untilI ,.. all milh the 1rk tfcirtan .. I... .....
j ., 2:4> I' M. and (:OO I NOIM-V l hereto "Rives' l1r 4a.t . \llf .aims -r -
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ROB'S SPORT SHOP IN I I I Jill. 6. 111111 i..I-Mve.VICTOR. J sham It may cwmrit that Jeff."r- ..r. of AlMtrmfotinl. : < .t ail .-"'...! K-tat-:
I I.OWK. .. .. laird J ..>. ::. !'"!\ ..,
I . Idmmi.tral.'r
Black :- l_ Irown.-s : ra' III San
I I >;; Giant Hang UpI Drumfish i Pity tnerk'jon he of llartolnnr U 'i JiillN SI.RZTK a.11t1mIRa d red as5er.s.u
i I..r relate r. qs
WIN OVER VETERANS i[ Miami\ Champs I 23-24-25-2 .%*.:'-:.; jnll-2-S.: .. .... ..,...a....... has filed with at de is IMT.j ass lalmr anti 4caand. 5555 .you."r .
Onesided' ;YJelory Over i l'4*. iuIs.: 1I........:>..lp iaym..i..l H- !>>r
IN SECOND CAME OF I Sets Record At t tI f : Judge In and for llwnrwf .. I:.e estate ..r Peo, Ile Th.mpnr5.

Pan American 1 H...e Bill '%.. t<182 "unf. his Final i ele..r1 \ : d.......,-4. bl.. .., ....... h'05515. II ..
j Braves VPPl.lfATIWI and nan madta|..>Oa NIGHT TWIN BILL I tfrl'1/'F: 41K : a" curb lminislratt NnllnI" !..*.*> *, iY". ,"a, the I ............ a' Si i, ..,"... I.. the

I ... I 1 St. Augustine ,FOR iirruKHr T.U.U.:iYI':'*. that lfcile.1( This, %!D" d.1jr: .r Jn_. A. I'. Ifaonl .f tvtmiy ....r.ti.i....'i.. wr3. ..fMMir ........ ......... ..r said I'..SIIIS a' ....,
(Hr The AMrter4 Pr NOTICK. . .*..... Kiorwla. will mttlat . .. .3l,.
I Here I i Solder lOr the !!If". > \Yb--M. .. ., .. wllfcin eight --
Elks Club retained first place ,| Saturday NEW YORK. June 30-New 1 1e j Jose Pere the Mid 4541 J..H..nn IPr"Wi the .'...r..'!; 1Rfi'e in the .%..nrtHi joar, _."'''- ,>..... th- lime ..f the
the Boston following r.rttfb'atehaI filed A* A"tmtni..lrat 'r ..f th.- t-:...t.- ..fM4l .._ at !01._ .'. M. .... > I Jf-M pnl.IMatse'. .f this i ..*!.....
when they defeated the Naval I { York Yankees won over ;I ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., June j. certificate,....,..... a The tae certificate deed to lie finmber I-- >.|rinr I. ltron ..... ft wa_I.Iun' Jui> 3rd. "4*. f..r ik.- parp..-- o Ea.h ..It,. ..r rt..>..n.l ,-:,:\11 I.' inviittnr.
Hospital last' niRht by an eightto | Pan-American soft-ball club j Red Sox 7-0 last ni&ht and 30.-(FNS).-Florida may now and year ..f Inmimnce, the denription W. .' II-VUIUS. nva'rlnitwmnlaiaii", -. and rieiviast and shall ,:.eIe the. |>ianK ..
; of the Miami for thereby moved in second place and the \I1..n. for .\"min.'r..r_ j.tia, '..."' ax to lb.s..the of any .r r.-.- :air'-t ..fflw adetr.-ts
champions area I add another world record to its i nf the property, ;
six Martin touched ... fixed -. .... ,>
score. was I )nn23.35JIr1I.iSIioTl: : l>iort> real p.iM a .,.f, : .1 i.t'l leworn
the past four years, will invade ; over the Philadelphia Athletics list of largest> marine game fish I name in which I II was assessed areas .., the t ..nn.,. .iaxrs..r ,.f Tj\e a5. .l.. ;.. 1'.-' apetjt. or
for 13 hit and Joe Lewis allowed Senators follows: .l.-.ili.= and ., ... :. claim ..,
; Key West Saturday to play thecity's who lost to the Washington ever caught in its waters with rtifieale X... %4'1. \ .-l: HV 'rl.I.'TI' and .r -rfttinB. r ..It, "r.. S .n.t; n. r .
eight. leading softball club and 5-3. Chicago White Sox Tear of Issuance. ISIS. .'.K T" \ l>Ktl: .q.aticiwa: She aid'i n... ... i |I. rt -li.iti I" i. .ot
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j black drum landed by J. Carver .1-i for i .
a I .. .... -' wigStis.e in ! -\i i. i: \\yvru.
Sands ...._
The Elks won the game in the last years champs, Bob's Spoil I' beat the St. Louis Brown 4-), llama of this city on 35-lb. t Sub.Inscription- Hi* Pine nf roperty Key. Plat: Hooky'er. NOTIflIS IIKKKHT Hill \ 'l:J\:3: PoX. thatanilr IM"r.--. fewas dos t.. da f..r ..n'. As Aillnln roO.r ..( the -:.t ,IT. ..f
.... ,. l tee ne.exary. -- ... . . .-eae-.1'
.r ai nrr a.a II l-M-'iiiT. -r. .ho!
sixth on two hits and three errors Shop. last night. test Norwich nylon line. I. Page. It'-' lain 1 k :!. .', K. lose. Ill.o.der .f Ih.- f' :
| The Miami champs will bring Bob Feller flashed J his old- record has Z:>. T* p. 55. R 2'. Ix.t 4.Square i..U..I..e r. ....Ii.''''. hat filed vdcrtiffeal Kr.. W.-M. KI..rHbi. J'ller'!. Inn :--" -Jh-! i 0<>--
of -
Confirmation I ; --
and scored two\ runs f! (J-1I11" A. recordedIn for a las de-l. I" In' isnned -
along their star pitcher Sandy : time form yesterday when he been received here from the International Monroe County Record I..n. T.,.. ..rlil.....'... III'. .- .
enough to win the game. i Deas. He alone will be an at- i let the Detroit Tigers down C-2. Game Fish association which assessed. : MichaelVln : ." , .1 ,sauan.e. ii',' .1.wriptinn ;- in.*;1"r.1 s\w..( .vr'r1,1:: ,
: ; 'I..rl-
I land .-ent .''.Yall. ..f Ih. pr..pcrts. and ... ,....
At bat Zimmercan and Renke traction.Th Cleveland Indians: knockedi .......I1' . .r'. \I..n BROADWAYCIGAR
the .
which has listed the catch All of sold property being in in which II a.' a.--.t 'ereas ..
hit two safely for the losers. : locals will have "BiKter"Roberts i Hal Newhouses from the box classification.) f%...nly ..f ;.I..n'..... Male of Florida.Fnle follows. : ".nl. F. ; ,,1',
I under its 15-thread such certificate or c.-rtif- I .rIiCl.-.. '. X... IlllVrar )'''' :- :..1.' "
Dion hit three for the winners. on the mound. That j I with long-ranpe hits., s
i In making the catch. which Scales chill t.. redeemed. according of I MM.a.....-. Ito !'!. I -- --
Pazo Garcia and Inp.raham each means a fight on hand for the i In night games: in the Nation- took 14 minutes. Harris used crab to law the property described In >ti.<.n ..f l'r.i>.rtjr : Taw.rni Subscribe t i The Citizen. STORE
hit two. visitors. i al. New York Giants won from'the such certificate; or certificate!, will I .*r f.v.* No. I. Key tarCM flat
I for bait, a 12-ounce rod tip anda be sold to the niches bidder. at the H ii.k I. I's*. I.;;. $"". ..f l......
In the field, Rodriguez Dion Walker will catch. i' Boston Braves 11-3; the> Pflueger Ohio reel. The catch I court howe d....r on thefirst Monday ::1--". s...,,-. :J4. T...,,. *. I:' 5x F:.. 610 Duval Street

Ingraha'm and Solomon were the Joe Mira at first Arnold on Cincinnati Reds defeated> the i 1 in month.of Apgu.t.: 194*. whichIs tat .. '.f-:,..!. Ait rfi-wr*;.*! In BOONE PISTOL

best for the winners and Nelson second Jack Villareal at third Pittsburgh pirates. C-5 and the was made during the recent International the :2nd. day of August 1545. I M...irt* t*...inty ISr...vr*!,..
: Black Drum. Rodeo, tttted thin. ISth day of Jnne. 1515.! I Name in whl.h; a..s...vt: ),1. .K.Clark. COMPLETEBASEBALL
Paulson and B<)$tic for the I and AI Acevedo at short, with J Philadelphia Phillies walloped (!SHAM Ross '' Sawyer I .

losers. Barber Casado and Haskins the Brooklyn Dodgers, 21. which is sponsored annually by I (""I.r r-ircnit; rvwirt of i kit .f MM/ .....'..-.r'i.inr in the
I I. the local Chamber of Commerce.The Monroe Score: R. II. E. I ready to step in and play I Johnny Schmitz of the Chicago . .
\ record is jlln I e.2:.-.: :jl l)7.1545! l S lIee. .. .1. Berlfate .r .r'.r-
0 3 13 I and Castro will world! all-tackle ,... ._ .. .. _
Elks 400 11% --- Santana act Cubs handcuffed the St. Louis I (dates shall Is m ,1 a. s.r.lin;
5 held by Jack Inman. who landeda 'OTU'I: OF %PPI.SlSTSISSPIlf !1 1 to las ry.rrt) d...s.rla..1 inrich The New SCORES1POPULAR
i 100 1-6 :0: coaches and Hancock four hits .
Hospital 103 as as relief -I Cardinals with yester'day ... .. )
at Surf City N. J, T. \ HEED r'ifi. ". .r reriifi; ate." Sill -.
J. Lewis and Hcnriquez; Mar- pitcher.In ; and won the game. 3-1 Thescores 90-pounder !..... Bill '>.. Ira he en-id. 1'. the hissed bidler a. .... : :get
and the curtain-raiser the Kator's -- in 1P25. St. Augustine also lays Xf TI4'K IS IIKHKItV\ r.X. that j court h....... d...... on the first M' n- Air PutclPric
tin Shadlcy. i : holder of tlie I ..... .., .. ..,..,. .
1 I claim to the largest black drum Josef I'ere* the lay in .1" -\ "' !S1." shish BRANDS of .
Home run: Pazo; three-has Men's Shop will play the AMERICAN: LEAGUE Ifollo5inS I certificate has filed: raid I It.. then.l: ....y f .'...,.v,.,. 151x.

hits: Dion 2: two-base hits: Garcia Elks club. I Night Came caught by any method. It weighed -I ieertiria.-: for a tax deed to be Issued I I l I 1..1 l ;hi. i.lhK. ..f J...... I'-ls. ('.l 839:
i 146 pounds. 1 thereon. The certificate nnmher 4SK.M.I C Sawyer- Cigars and Cold
Zimmerman 2. Ricks Shad- First game will start at 7:30 R. II. E. .. at. . .
.: and year of issuance. the de.script -I I e'i.-rk ... .ii- net;r: ..:
ley: stolen bases: Zimmerman. sharp. :; New York _. 7 14 .0 i ion ..f the protwrt and '10. | Monr.n. .'.."nl'". Florid I
struck out: I ; 031 name in whi.-h it was! arrt, *+*t ar' '1 I jienIC-2'-: : jt' : 114'.
Rodriguez Solomon; { Boston I LEGAL I a,.. fallaws,: 718 Duval Soft Drinks
St. Phone 1000
\ by Martin 2. by Lewis 5; limes ;: Lopat and Niarhos: ParnelU. ("ir"'al.. X. 245. I
Is Tifi: f'IR'I tT'o1 14T ill'
4 off Lewis t McDermott and Teb- Year of iFs..ianA-! 4 i
on halts: off Martin Recreation Hinter i I J11)11'llt. IISill ITOP
or THE
IiResr-rat HT Sands
City "\ THE Inscription of IToperty: -
5; time of game: 1.20; umpires: i [ belts .;...:\ ':'TH.U.. < 1114 I IT Snb.. BIg: Tine Ke. flat IV",1. I' I1l'lllt T": aTTFF'In'.nr..1.411111"1'1111'i.%.. ...nIJlnmUlmUIItIIilIlJllllllll1nllmllflmlL'tllnmmmnuw..dllf: : : : ! : : : :: : !! / .

Ctiffen and Vi1I:1J eal. 1 .1 |., '>It r'OK ,..u,M M-; 1'NS1'I. i. rare ma.= iiav.. lots i & 2. i I I I I\ iiiasI'inti .
Gallia '.ORIIt'. S1'HI'ER1.: I Sec. 2i. TS p. e5. I:_ 7. Ian i.
ProgramSOFTBALL !I Night ,.. ... , Square 42 4J-la.i>. A.. recorded ]I I I N.. 11-135
P. E. R. II. E. .. .. I i I.RSMK KIKKi:. Jr.. .
Score: Ani.nxr. iiA t in. in Monroe onntT Hec .rd- j I I l-laintiff.

VFW 100 {000)( ( 0-1 3 I I Washington 562 .... llaimiff.FRANK Name in 4Te which"all; assessed: MichaelVincent |I,i T" 1'I\.ftl"I I: .

Bob's' 111 020 x-5 7 1 I Philadelphia 3 10 .0 i:. MAY .:rt.J All e-f said nropertv einr in the I'11.\ 1'1:1NF..cet.hK Fll'laL r .

Harris. C. Valdez and Mastcns. Wynn. Harris.: Fmick' and I I)c fondant.4tTi4t onnty of Monroe. State of Fl'.rida.mice. . I|I initili tp I.I..I.IC".III'IT. ls.rendant.. I itf

and Walker. Bayview prc] lliqht Marchildon.\ Savage: Harris \ : TO. ir-rr-iM inch certificate or..... >: IJI 5.n. ....l!ln. Vtf_r. .1 I II' .
Baker; Hancock I. Early; TO: PRANK K.: MAVM I : ;. icateH .hall l.e redeemed. ..' '
Home run: Villartal; twobasehits THURSDAYFirst and Hocar. I Subs Heading lt"ad.K .. law the property ...*..' *...'lIr-1 KatrlfVilliArkanviii.U. I Sins i7. hS .
M. Tynes; Game-Kantor's Men'sShop Y n are 1I..h rmtwirml TM -
: Myers 2, Mira I ( .ltI..IIIII:1U.olll.,. be old to the hiirhesii hi
stolen baces: Casado, Acevedo vs. Naval Hospital. I i Night Game Yor AKi: II :RInY iTlr'IKI. ) house donr on the firM aland1s again: to the>..n Kill in the for .litvnrrv ytyli-il flU.I! .
1 Second Game-Bob's R. II. E, that the flainllfr. AMI.KNK: MAVI'.li. I. mnn'h nr \nEV. 1545. ahic5is .
Valdez : Sport ..,
Barber struck out: by I faitxn lK-f mthe irth dis..fJuly.
; : ban (tied a r.ill of i-<..mpUinlabove i the 2nd day of .\uI Adams 491 \. I.l I,4N. i.ih..r..1...- the ..ill .Il.raii..ns .
bases on balls: off Harris 4, off Shop vs. Dairy. Chicago -. tor \ against ''It In 'Ib. I lialed thin lilh des'.( Jane l4<. '' l herein willlakrn >I.,.

Valdez 1, off Hancock 1; hits: off FRIDAY- St. Louis - 1 7' I r mil led. eases, In thr t'imiit. /!''I 1\I.) Ro>.. r Sawyer 1 a. ; t .
Court nr It I..Y..n'lI Judicial'ir ,- .
I flerk .f 1' sit.ntrt .f
Harris 3 for 3 runs in 4 innings: First Game-Elks Club's.. Wight and Rubinson) ; Fannin. .-..n in and tar i;..nrtM- <.....n.s. Monroe .'aanly. Florid.i.I I ... and .*.1.--1| at Ky. IS..r.Florida. .
this )th losing pitcher: Harris: umpires: VX-1 Flyers. Widmar and Moss. 'Inlda. in which she seeks the annulment j..nU.-Q.jl: :: ,7.Uf''em. ill.! .

Villareal and Griffen; scorer: Second Game SubRon 4 vs.; .. nf a pwrpnrted marriage 1 I 151.15.5 l:. .S.- a f'1:1: : .
l trrn 50,555 d her and In m bwhYou : .
I '
RILE. r: OK IPPI.11'ITIO1.1111 I .1.,1''. ..rl.
of 1.10. VFW. ,nu n. named a. 1H.n.ant.: .
I time game: .
Aguilar .
; fix .UIU Its: Kalhle.n N..ttare.liepnl.
I SATURDAY- Cleveland 6 11 0 are hereb) required t,, filetour ll.._' lull \.. I..ci2SftTIt' l flvrk.jNiiQri .

Bob'sSport 7:30 Kantor's Men's Shop vs. 280I written apneurAnr. an...rnr : is IIKUKUY. \ 1.:11.: ibis I : : ':::'JI-IXA I.IMI. JSgtIb.rn. It.. I
i the Detroit other "I..a..lnll herein with
the nightcap .
In .
{ - Claude l Lowe. the holder of thefoliosing > for riainlilT. .
the VFW Elks Club. :I Feller and Hegan: Newhouser, the said court on or l>e- : '
Shop won over I\r: ; i certificate has filed raidcertificate juns-lft-SS-So: : 1-'|s

by a 5 to 1 score The Vets 9:00-Pm: American Clippers I I Trucks, Benton and Wagner.; I fore slse the. alleriili"a da} of "AuKnat...r raid alher-Kill I tar n tax deed to \ -- mrqfC' .
| sued ''''''I'fn. The certificate II > Tnt 1'Illl'1IT'o11t1' CIK Till:
scored their lone tally in the .("A" Miami team) vs. Bob'Ii'Sport of. 4'omplalnt fur Annulment. will i her and year of i",...."n....*. Ih.nllm-j : K>TII JIMM'ltl. I (lit I IT I .

first: when a walk and two hits Shop (leading Key NATIONAL LEAGUE II. taken an canfes.d _t.)- >nU. x :. itcriplion of the property, and I Ill' Till: s'raTs: nF' P1.1)1115)%.
I I l)at-d a l Ker. \\ s1. .MonroeO .. ... ... .
name in shish it a>> nl .ira -- 1\11'1'oR 511rHOk1171TL,
>to put Hopkins across the West team). 'Night Cam* ->unt\ F'I'.rldarlhis; 2!'tK lay a f followi. : 1 1\ IIILlti.: .

The Bob's tied it in their 1late.j. MONDAY- R. H. E. June. 1515. fertlficale; No. 2112. I 1'a.w ll-34: .
First Game-SubRon 4 vs. Bob'I Year of Imuanre. 1942.Inscription : .\IIIviitiiT.: ; .
fielder's choice 17 0 .
walk; a New York . __ 11 ni 4 i.. sir of PropertTaver- I I'Uiinliff.II .

double by Mira scored Villareal l''' Sport Shop. Boston :390 Clerk of Or.-ult .'oun in and nier ('o,.- No. I. Key Ijrr". Itat es. III/'alt'/.: .
the in the second Second Game-Kantor's Men's 1 1 for 1I..n'nunh.. I Pooh I. r.TKC I*:;. Sub. of |I.jM4M J.HII:8 11'1:1 IIT.
They won game I POolJones Cooper; Spahn; liy: 4'd, Klorenr |-;. Sa..yer, I I' ::-5-!S. Sec. :34. T.. ... c:. I:. :3* 11.l : 1 n.trmta nt.oxnfas .
when a fielder's choice. Bar- Shop v.. Naval Hospital. and. Sal- l>e-put .
j Hogue, Prendergast > >.i a. r4-3m: .. .\. r -.-or>led inlt"nro.l'nnnIe 0.' I"t HI.U"TIII'
ber stole second and Casado TUESDAYFirst keld. i jur.3; jul| 7-14-21. 1S4S.IN ; 1/.n.1rde. Tn 5.551K5 15oIiTllaniNeI

scored. Acevedo walked in the Game; -Adams Dairy vs. I I Name in which: a.rrrmt: ),1. F.riark. : "X"W's: FOR HOME' :
THE tiH-I IT t-Ol HT OP THE is hereby ordered that >.... are I Iof or
third stole second and Mastens I VFW. Night Game .1 : .);H:\ '" 5tH l. 10- All of .aid property l.cine in the r..nir' ... ..n the 5,5 .1" ,
threw the ball to center, Acevedo Second Game-VX-1 vs. Elks R.II.E.. :I IT Or" "I.(: ) l> I\11 1 i I i'> of )Inn'..... State of : July. ISIS! I..r..,.. the al...".- .-1. 1 .
|' H HOMItIK Flutes such certificate ......... ... .
: 101 'n. n or tilled to the iiil: ; c..m
scoring. They added two for Club. Cincinnati 6 16 31 4 :: \/'KHt. i Paler shall l>e redeems a.-I-"I..i""j plains fil..1 aaafust c..5 ,he :aIH" COMMERCIAL USE :

goad measure in the fifth a I( JULY 8- l'ttt.-burgh 510: 2 No l-4i I to law the t>r..|.ert.\ .....-' entitled ranse sod the K.yVevi .
fielder's choice and Jack First Game-VFW vs.! Bob's TiO\- Viii 511 I..T TITLE I such certificate or ..rlln. ..' Citizen is bcrb' .I.-"'ijrii; Villa-I Fox. Kaffenberger and Williams :\i.uitoitn l: III'I..:INS.llainliff.. '. h. old 'e the blithebidder al the new. |Mpr in which. this. ....11 | ,. Are VreiMired To Furnish Taft With
real hit! the ball for a long. Sport Shop. : Riddle, Iligbe and Fitz. court lion- door on the firM M ndrjy ; 10. published "nee :0 week I..r r"r,
ride to circle the bases for the Second Game-Kantor's Men'sShop vs.SIMlliii.ANIi. I in month of Auenl. 194H. which .nseci.tivf-. ks! | r
I gerald.1 KKVS.. 1X4'_ a i.. She 254 d..y of Au,...."'. 1515. Mitness lb. 1I..alol. .Igtibn'l Clear, Pure CITIES: tlr 1:1:1: ."'IIEI) ICE:

circuit vs. VX-1. tllvoUed Florida corporation: Hated this lilh day of June. 154. I......... "r, a. im.. ..f '''. J"d", ..r .
At bat Casada hit two. Villa- July 9First- Came all parties elalmlnK Interests real and Mira two to lead Gcme SubRon 4 vs. Night l bs """u"II. under or a.rjin..t Clerk of t'ircnit Court of 1'ourt is It.l'ils of 1...; .. .1. 1-1...
one R. II. E. said Suramerland- K.-, ". Inc.. ali Monroe C.>nnl), Florida.junl ; I Id!:,. this nlb day ..f ..Innlu Thompson Enterprises f Inc. =
the totters of Bob's Sport shop. I Adams: Dairy. i Philadelphia _ 271 < >".l\ed corporation; and all l -23-3:: :j1 y 7.1545 >KAI., i:. iss S\W % IMS >
M. Tynqes hit a double' and a Second Game-Elks Club vs.l!' on parties has hiK or claimlnm 1'. ( ...'k. Cir.-uit,. C....r... r
Brooklyn .. I C 1 have 111101. Stile /In.p,.. I ... ... ... (
I any ar 'OT.. .: OF 1'11.1.1\/i )'''K HIM"Notice I. .n. IIreh
single and Myers hit two I Naval Hospital. .... ( ICE: DIVISION
In the folio inrie )
I D..nnt-Uynd: Seminicl):; Branca 'iI>ed !I. hereby to whom it may Iy: Kathleen N'.lt.eo. illepntv .
doubles to lead the veterans. In I JULY 12- lands in ;Monroe Coontjr. Florida. ) concern that ..n' the I3ih diy ofJul I .1.- n.
NO. 8
the field Hopkins Baker and i First Game-Kantor's Men : anti Edwards..; lo-mlt; late > ana >. inJ ). A. I'. I 134$'. at ; :3: f. M. In 11'1 .1..111:' Q stlvvll: U KEY WEST. FLA. .
-tion :<: lx.\ I.I 2. 4. In Monroe County Ci.nrl II....".. ... I Sr.lic'iior'_ Pln.'tiVif '
Means were the best for the I Shop v.... Elks Club. 'eeii"n: ae: lot. 7 'and :: in .........: '. ' ..1.:'-1' : .. I'
I R. H. E. ... \\ -xt. the Ibord of ( .nn', ) "tnilullllmn'r.Jllllllllllllllllllllr.tIIIIIIIUlIIIw.IInmm> :' : : : !: !! : mtnat!! :! ,liurlulwtnnuu+!lumlurpL
losers and Acevedo. Villareal Second Game-VFW vs. Sub- ,< "| n :i: |.. |. ; and ;. intwilon Coinmir'I Monroe .',e rnty. -- --- -- -
and Barber for the winners. i Chicago 383 ,' .- 24; aH in Town-hip. e4, Florida: : :: t.nrn .-ad bids for ----
Ron 4.
.s.uih of hangs 25 .
St. Louis 140 last; and the purchase of one 4asb. Receipt-I
JULY 13- I I tat I in Section I. Township I ing and 1'alidalinuc Machine; t.. base I II
I I Schmitz and Sdf'ffinplire' ; Ii; South of .
First Game-Naval Hospital lang.25. KaM.IVferidant '''. following, features; : iII
i i; checn and Gargiola ;*. ;Machine to l>e enipped. IA ,.-
How StandFloridainternational vs. VX-1 Flyers. j i OTM'.: "'0 tri>.: I ...r.l and i receipt the f.rf- -
They Second Game-Adams Dairy iv Tuft: NAiin t,F Tilt STATE lowing informntlun ...nI
,,' I. (iF FI. iRJI'A : I tax bill. and bvcLed-in audit -
vs. Bob's Sport Shop. i Red Cross ToI TO: s r 1I'UJ.'Xf KITS. tape:
I| 1:10: ('.. a diayoUeft. Morldalorporation
JULY 15-; |I I i talp.lIr In letters aptrtoximatelv -

Baseball First Game-Naval Hospital II I| claiming! : iatrrest.all parties I.,. 4b) Five 1.I ,.litriloo, 1hi.h.... <-...-
League vs. Kantor's Men's Shop. j I I Give Course through or undt-r ..01101I' l lSunimerland liar tranyactiox number,. &zedeAzker
Club- W. L. Pet. ]
Kes. "inc.,
Second Game Bob'd : a Ic> Three letter month ab-
!1 d...M.1...1 FlorUla corporation bre |j t ion*. origination!
Havana 56 27 .675 Shop vs. SubRon 4. i In : and all parties. ba. inic 4dt Hay of the month.
I Swimming I. i
Tampa 50 32 .610 JULY 16- I or claiming in hale any del Twn-dtKit year dale. !
right. title or iat. renl in Petersburg 43 42 .506
First Game-VX-1 Flyers vs. .
the following described 121gher. machine fealerea aid
Lakeland 43 45 .506 Elks Club. i I j Key West Chapter' of the Am- lan. in Monroe County.Florida required are ax follow I

West Palm Beach 39 45 .464 I'., a' to-wlt : Lets a and *:
Second Game-VFW vs. Adams c-rican Red Cross will offer rr.
!9. In Section 2< I I. I. bl
; > m 4. al toll hate for ewnsr5ien'i| .. .
Miami Beach 33 46 .452 Dairy. j I)i swimming and life saving course in ...... tlon 3.: lots : anIS inrerti.H> and alittm ent '; .f'llB

36 46 .439 I I i for adults who are interested in in Section 23; Lair ; and 3. of bill tor other l-rnil. !
Miami in Section :' all in ..
: T..snshipee t i .' 29 54 .3-19 t I becoming instructors South f Iances KaM .
JUNIOR SOFTBALL i <> ; detail record f alltransact
I 11 I Classes will begin nt'xaVt't'k an.jn\ I in Section, I. T.... nyhlp innr.
Bavview Park. Afternoonand ..;. South of Kane* IV I lieristerinK capacity '!I.-
Major Baseball LeaglleaAMERICAN Morning I and will tx held on Monday end Ka.t : 555.55. ao-nmnlatinc: i

I TJul'lay'f'nings.. lash: of yon i.v hereby n..tit'ie Daily play. I Upon completion of the that a -ait ha- lcen i"..llnn.-d In Lark with key to preI I
Club W. L. tCl.wlmd the Circuit Court of the iir,,,nth vent cteartme accuntwlaI I
'I course members of the group Ju.iiclal Circuit ..r Florida in and ted leash, tidal..5 '

38 23 .623 TENNIS I j i[ will assist in teaching youngslrs for jjonroe Coiini.y. In Chancery .. l,...-b with ke><< t" prevent t

New York 33 25 .605 Biyriew Park. Afternoon i I of the community.I N... ll-4i to\ ilAKV IMiKli.: operalkrfi l.> slue 1; + iJ
!: '
IU'txiNS.: : *' plaintiff." VK STMUKKIwVMt I nor ized peri.on.4fi .
Philadelphia 40 27 .597 and Night i i I Anyone interested' in becom- : KKYS.- INC.: a Ke, 'lttP!rd with I" v.rti- ,

Boston 31 29 .517 Daily play. 'i! ing ;; member (.f this class may "I Florida corporation; all partieylamlnr al mif>. ..f kei s" !..
I ,
Detroit 29 33 .463 : (i I : interfMn "", .I..ugh orunder ermlt deiirev..inte twor
the office .
chapter or raid San- >-rland Ke>.. Inc.. Sole keys. ul the sani.time .
Washington 30 34 .469 SKATING I phone 236 for further details a di..,......-.l Fl,ridi lorporatiwM. : or .l l-.all> 'hr. "kIns
St. Louis 23 33 .377 t and all p+rliehatlnc. ... lainilnKtn the amount rririsi. red
I The 'la5.will limitt'd'to 20
Barview Park. Night I i ( be hat.. any rifctil. title fir Inters 1 tin lH.for.. n is printed ..r
Chicago 19 39 .323 FRIDAY- 1! nirmlxrs' the follf>wlnK d4rl >ed land Inl I id led.

.. NATIONALClub '1 I Monroe %'u Florida. l fft Automatic; riniinp: orc
7:00: to 9:00: P.M. ISM t and :>. Il. Section :e: lot- t |>her... '

V/ L. Pet. i :. I. In -" ,Ion -15; Irate ; aid 4h. "asb drawer t.. pen ..

Boston ... ___ _..... 36 27 .571 | NCCS Boxers To in Section 23: late t and :to in, Section with each machine ......r- [ y, :r
BASEBALL I 24: all in Township 55. .;.r..lhof ...
St. Louis 35 27 .563: Municipal Stadium. Afternoon : Ranitc IS! Fait : and tai I inSection ill Enforced; defiKnation. reMMirinK !'

Pittsburgh 33 29 .532 ; Hold SmokerThe I. Township *7, South ..fUn / the. depression oi. ,
SUNDAY I ITo f| ) e :". Ka New York .
32 29 .525
be announced. j: 1 quirt title( ,.. the al...". descnheilreal chine can be 1-.7.-; i j j4ji
I J Philadelphia 22 33 .492 |>rop. r'1- ::ich ofraw l. .rderrd Machine and motor in one *
. ._ Army Barracks. Afternoon I NCCS boxing team work- and r....oir.-.. IA file-. his anrearancr ean.par"tie oci-npyinc j I First idea
Brooklyn 27 32 ,..453Cincinnati I in
I ) I SUNDAYTo led j I j out at the clubhouse;! during' or written in counter space of approximate i new car styling in years !
29 36146 be announced. the regular evening Session last thlv cause nn or before Jul> >"'''. .." X 1:". I Ik
I I III | .
J Chicago<< 26 37 .413 I'.<>. A decree pro ..lIf..>_ will I Klrctrlioperatioa.. |

night. I be entered araln each p-rM ..r I tl" Klerinr operatntn of re- ; I.L TIIVT plrainins; ;:la.!s in llii Fird. chance Iia, |
I .. e. |
A J4in nor and
The men are getting in shapeto part lo filv his appearance suit and L.?,. IM

t Softball Leagues Found It t Was The schedule a smoker match next and required...r written Thin defence noticehall a.. ordered 1_ lint Iwrmil Special seine lark the amt machinean k.., to''
I Class -A- II month. I,1 rul> once a week f-.r f.Mirconnecutivtr an addinic mitchiMe .-r for more than .->e appeal. in ,.....IanrouJW8 antI
, Contenders include Dick Jar- ] weeks. In Till: KKV I without. dlsturl.iupt" the I rtimrrlililr*.

t Club- W. 1. Pct. Wrong Brass Rail I I rett. S2. Steve Buckwitz. S2,1"Rebel" 1 WEST CITI7.KN.: a new <.pai>er rgularly M-ked-in cash. tMal.t II series' li. ;?i he '.H.r>one in llii All 4nr America, more than Pier
: puMixhed in KeyeM. its Min several
perm a
Bob Shop 16 1 ..944I .
t Sport - I Lane, SI C. E. Garling- I| ilonr.HCounty.. . .I bill.sing paid by ame .1i".in"li" 4-IoMtl) car an ojn-in-ar l(Mlav. Slmleliaker it i the.. "or,1 I lor
I VFW. 10 7 .533 '
i nuncHKl' at the ,.
u HOBOKEN. N. J.-A startled customer
: / Adams Dairy 5 12 294Subfron {*I; ton SN: Joe Kaufman. ME2, and ("""v.a"e. KevVe. "'. r1ori.:a. : All bi'Is must be in the .....l.. .f oullfMik on the |iain!!< <; scene' new talur a.* Nell File
watched alt new %
I police sergeant as Steve Leonard ET3.I < ..
Harding this; Jane : -th. 1545. the (..anti Clerk on W '-. re 1:3: .
I I 4 3 14 .1'3 Soss ambled into headquarters !I I I toes .'. SJLW "..... I'. M. .n Tneiwlay. July 13th. \ 4H.
, -a. Clerfc of the Circuit ('..u,' ..fV The cwmn>isi-i;-ii risers,: the I. THE TWINS GARAGE
J Class recently planted his foot firmly The ukelele is not a native :: .'nroe ('oun,,. Florida right to accept or reject any aril |

l."lUD- W. 1. Pd. on the brass raid and ordered a I'I Hawaiian instrument as is genierally ttf Florence s:.- sac,...enepsts all ....,. made purraant. to this ..1-

I Elks Club 11 5 .638 glass of water.It believed> but was introduced flrrkJOSEPH tent. lyement.Krjr 11.W IJllrfll Mrrff TclrjilnmrSTITDKKAKEK lj()
I : trrm \\.-l. Florida. Jntle ZZ n4(.
Kantor'. Men's Shop 8 :3: .500 was Soss mistake and re- [ to the Hawaiians by Portuguese leas Incrshara building. Uo .' SawyerClert.

VX.I Flyers 8 :8: .500 suited in his arrest on a charge' sailors; in the 18tb century. lliamt.'I""a Hoard *r Con ii tv (-_... .-
J :
I for the I'UiBtifl. FI..n.'.. ;\I"Lr" C..u..t Flaridj. FIH.ST BY F.tlt WITH A POSTWAR CAtt !
Naval Hospital 5 11 .313 of intoxication. 1 I[ I jug 36: 'j'.i': I-1.-1i.iSa t 4\inJ-.UU:!

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Study Course, Welfare Work I Plastic Headliners ji..Iid.o4'I ?: .I4'S'-.A'----.I".I.1----.I.1.. :; .I.I.r.r.I.1.1's -4-

And Recreation Scheduled For | . tSj ". ." t

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Troop 8 Girl Scouts Next Week : N l ., ;
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ORPHANS, HELP BUY I t,... '; J, ';t:"!')' "rz) .. ,I'SFJl r r l tz

Curiosity Hurts I . ..
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SYRACUSE ii. -The next: \ z I ,
HUM) I time. James Nuzzo will n-.t be *,!t i \
II curious. t
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An ambitious study course t Curiosity caused the boy tot I 1f /
stick his F c i
that will include welfare work i hand into a popcorn- i
vending machine in s
and recreational periods has a theater and
resulting injuries caused him to << r r !
been scheduled bv leaders and have to be taken to a hospital for I I i I I':
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for members of .. '
helpers Troop 3 treatment. ;I :
Girl Scouts next week, Monday I w st 1 S
through Friday, at lh? Wesley TODAY'S I BIRTHDAYS t r rI ,s I "
House Varela street. I| (Know America) I -
Primarily, the study course Walter Hampden. the famed !
will be devoted to discussions on Shakesperean actor. born in I 1. I I !
"Cooperation Between National Brooklyn, N. Y, .$9 years ago j I dt
Councils and the Public" The Leo Spitz executive head of s .;3 I R.
production Universal f ;,,
councils include state and local born in Chicago- 60 International I I Ii
branches: of national and federal years

line welfare, the scouts agenices.will make Along dolls this .ago.James housing A. Moffett,oil man onetime L. % Si j jAP t s

for the orphans state's end blind.contribute Besides this cashto Parkersburg administrator, W. Va. 02 year born.= ?-_ __ :i ta /

the scouts will indulge each day Prof. Louise News!eat ures
Pound of the
University I
in a recreational and musical '
hour that will not only be for English of Nebraska, professor of RAIN-OR-SIHNE HATS . "I boors to the girl iriodoesn't
but will also be edu- literature born in Lincoln -
'. cational. 'I I Nebr., 76 years .ago like to carry an umbrella are these rear i

begin The Monday study course morning, which, will wit include -! Minn.Florence. former S. Kerr assistant uf St.adminis Paul: highly styled jtlastlc bats for summer tsar* ilesigned !. \

discussions on The Amer- trator, of the Federal Works Agt'n-I i by Ere Tartar. fny9 cool said crisp* they
ican Red Cross Florida, State cy yeans born ago.Glenda. Harriman Tenn.. 52 1.'pI"pi,. /realities through rain-storm, dust ami / ;.'J t ;
Council) for the Blind National ,
Safety Council, State Welfare Farrell, actress, born city soitl. They ran he r/pIIIII.y iririf? iril/i a .
st ,
istration.Board and the These Veterans organizationshave Admin ( Ex-Postmaster Okla.General 44 years Robert ago. I damp cloth and, says Miss Tartar you can eren l-- A S

<< been very co-operative<< ,' E. (C"Bob") Hannegan, Ijorn. sit on them and they'll spring hark into sIn 1f te. i 1
in contributing "I liev. Dr. O. Frederick Nolde. ."t 0
troop charts leaders, report literature etc.. to- dean of the Graduate School. i f The,", irorn hy the model is inspired hy the classic .
in connection with the Lutheran Theological I &>minary.1 sheer and trimmed
be used | Philadelphia, born in Philadelphia riding hat done in plastic 1
studs Each a member of I 49 years ago. I irilh black-eyed s" ,,,u. In one aim she holds ailaisylrinimed : "
of the abovementioned Prof. Harold J. Laski fjrne.l American printer writer patriot
one anti! cloche* in the other a huge
English I
councils will speak be. political 1 scientist; horn ,

fore them the with scouts the organization to acquaint .* 55--years--! ago._ -__beret.___ _All--are-.- saje_____.h to _irear. _._in_ _any_____arcallier.I _______.____._ "
L- _ -u ------ diplomat physicist.
the speaker represents. "I --==-=--u-'C.<-::: _--._- : .__.- -_ . .==- c..-===-ae - .
Mrs. Katherine Tothe and I
Mrs. Dorothy Sands, troop loader 'II II
will have charge of the study
assisted; the following, I 0
course hy I
focal representatives of the . ,
councils: Mrs )Helen McNeil.. : a ly
,. The American lied Cross; Iniiis \ ,
Eisner National Safety Coun-: -

,x' dl fire;' Miss Board Reynolds, and Eugene, State Anheir W cl-;'I tile. II1I I | A l MASTER\ in many fields, part, its proud( heritage. From

i hive Veterans:a representative Administration.are being: made Arjrangements the"to., st.- t:| Benjamin Franklin served his his small Philadelphia printing

Florida appear State before Council the for group.the'jBlind & early I apprenticeship a s a shop to the giant modern

"The activitiy period of the, ]
,r study course will be devoted tot ;,' G 1 k At 16 he became the of skilled ts-
the little tots at Florida Chil- I printer. plants today, era ;
The scouts
f dren's Home.

i tit niake be presented and clothe to 30 the cloth orphans.dolls I.Ii IiI I 1 i editor( and( publisher of hisw 'nhen have continually striven

will also donate to the hi
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a Florida Council for the Blind to II \! own newspaper. for improvement and( perfection -
: help in paying for a seeingeyedog.

1 hour will be under the supervision SAVE WORK t
;. of Mrs Anita Hartenstein
(recreation) and Miss Frake assisted .- Ii' Ii'I j I', : lishing :and( prinlin;' owes, in ) .

t.r? (music by and Miss worship Ann). Doughtry !I SAVE TIME 111 111II I
; Friday evening the scouts II
1 will climax their week of I I .
work and study with a fish II i ..
ing party and outdoor sup- SAVE MONEY I I
per. I .

event troop Leaders are a complete an'd striving{ helpers to success make of and the the,I J,II I J i r:I .. + + +

are to be congratulated by the : <:Cmuplete! | use of -le 'lri 'ily lliroii I lionl tin home . .. .I .
scouts and their parents for the: ift wi iFe and lintel}. People: :ftrryulicrr: arc di>- ;

gram ambitious they have and arranged instructive for pro-the I rmeriug. for themselves llial electricity does \LL IIIIr I I!:s t I. ,

week. r the job;--ami tine I : them heeler, cheaper. r IIII I : . .
is under I "
The entire '
program .
the direction of Miss Lottie f 11 For than THE ART IAN PRESS: has
-;. Green, head resident at Wesley f l GO ALL-ELECTKIC today . heeaiiM-! completeIIM !-i more J t thirty: years >< 1 spared
House and Troop Leader Mrs. I of electricity, stilt\\\ ea.-Lo-.igtcralr, lime-ami
Dorothy Sands.Teacher I I .. lahor-saving conveniences, meanbetter In in*; II'II no effort to produce( only! t the highest quality printing.[ Each 5

f; Dies II ami, easier "orkiiijr.Yes . ":r.,. job, large or small, receives the! full benefit of long experience

1 I electricity does llie job better, (.II(>:lluor. And IIII
In StrappingIIOPEMAN. II!11 *hen you ii!"e ihU ttKTTKR II'A }' for the biff limeantlenerfycunsuminf r I S in the trade.With S

While,00 II ,! jolis I like Itefrip'ralion;; lill i '
strapping three. England.girl pupils- across 1 (Cooking: 1 ."d Water lleatinir, ; ion lain' iiiiollicr, S
the palms for playing luwkey.I1 ail antaje-loirer elelrie rail's.
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George Adjms. 63 year old 1 "
school headmaster suffered a fatal -I Iii CO; AIJ,KLKCriUC: : . and Uclilcn; oery Imrdrii, III 5priming
heart attack. ,hi i in the home "itli,'the ,-))1(>:II t-r. "*:I..ic'r.! ,'lIlt'r1.1.$.. I! THE+ AKTMAN' 1\! PRESS, your personal and(] your -liisincsc) :
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,. STRONG TRIUMPH ARM BRAND COFFEE requirements will i lie)( liamllcil, ] EXPEHTLY.1 . SWIFTLY+ '

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TEEN AGERS TO I Hani Luck IVirlv'. 0 I. ,1'(, He: AI In I uiiitll'rilirI / ; I{ eneCome aPi!10 t/1R.I

the JIt hfcs' Monday 7."" ,," r; 'I'hnrtidoy/ [ .. -
HAVE PARTY AT At >" meeting: '' Nightl; I --
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,night plart acre made for a I t __ I'' I.J : I .

"Hard) Luck Party" to be held on I I Officers ..f I the 1. 1: Kry W,M' and! }lro- : ..(j'h ,
13. in the American | .I 1 Then or* excitingDOOR 1 i _
August Ease
Friday.: ; and from !
fr"i"II.1'IIf'lIl'S l Child will I
Y.M.C.A. FRIDAY Legion: Home. Prices and of War in port will ; : j! PRIZES and ,_ s
decorations will be in! .keeping I tail party for the jisscmMc tomorrow evening in J REFRESHMENTS for allHARRIS 1
with the traditional had fuck' two nil it bh tJ the auditulium of the HarrU''II oJBEND'

.. d;?, \". ( Rattleaxc and the 1 public sclHiwI. at g t'cl ick to sec :; JItl: I
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Oulv . UrhWf'n X( ,
; Plans were also made for the I bust: at the ( ..... a dcm" :-Matson of "I low, to d I.n I .. .,_ ..... S CI h 00r I ;
And 2O Imilnl. ) An AIM S/irrn/i; Daniels weekly bridge parties t6 be held Taylor, 'peginni;; at (; !: you laundry ,in half an briar"j j .:.:f;..:;:-. ..;/ UOE, [AUMOsNWLt ..\,
; / during the" summer flxmlhs: Flora morroA* evening: I -- " -- - - "' 0

Mlciatiou Ma' lie Forms' ; ; To Miami; ; Kueda" won the jackpot I On behalf .if ( iI- -- rr 7Ti
Going active' duty all ("(" : : : : if

ell l IlrreKey I I Tenth District Legion Com-]1 I !.fr\e Arniy. N'avy SHADE! i 't .. I'.. L.j .io" 1 l' i t&J
I Guard bTficrrs arc : .
mender Vance C. Stirrup and .J
,t The Weather the affair. i"; ( .. j-I l..1 l ,
West; Trcnrrs.: those I Tenth District Adjutant Robert : tend, (1 ''t_. J 'J,: _. __
JUI opportunity of : I.
i Tin: HUNT i: OMIMM %t
I M. Daniels will leave tomorrow -
who are Between !H and 20 .. t --:- l ;
Charles Madden "It >'T.'tUOI. 'T tt L.. _; I ,
years of age, will have a party I Ito' j' cer-j to attend of the the Dade installation County of l.ol'' offi- I .KOKECAST '._ I squadron of .,. ."\'. KMIU: I ... L C l L : ._. -:---: _, ,/'._t '-

which they only are invitedon I'I'j I.t- 'mdr. Charles --in T 111 i Tt:, IMII1:1:' : .
j Council in Miami. I' West and :
Key VicinityPartly
I.I..NTI.IIIIATI.' ; : <: id i i:
Friday night I Ix-pinning at I i/ Following the la lnqu t. Stirrup cloudy and continued warm today commanding. : \io\s TII \T.. i: \ !I-I i \ 1'1 ist : SCHOOL AUDITORIUM\
Crossbow.There Till 1.:0 I : 1.\ 1.t. 1\:
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3:15 p. m. at the Armed Services I| and Daniels will pay an official tonight and Thursday. Moderate will \\ I.MMIM. i"M.I: \.IT
also \
YMCA in Jackson Square.In visit, to the Damon Runyon Post to fresh easterly winds. other orriM'N..f l lthins :t ;'nr: No. 253, University of Miami." Scattered showers in the area.
announcing,; the affair today present' A #
Stirrup will confer with Southern Florida: Partly cloudy thru & A WIlW
Lcslrigh Davis director of will lx taken
Area Commander Harry ., Thursday, .except scattered showers -
the local YMCA, announced: the Cooper. Miami Beach relative to and thunderstorn- ; along: the i pantsLEY '. JALOUSIES new tips, neic tricks that make washing easier.

party fyr teen accrs would lie the Area Conference to be held southeast coast-during night an.") i. ..'.1..1."ri.i..1. r..I c ......i....:.i.-I.. .
under the leadership of himself in Fort Lauderdale on Sunday. early morning and other sections ; .,,,:.uolll. a MT"IIII-: 'I:\1H' :-"'' \ Bendix trained tell all.

and Gerald Tinder program director August 2. o' j jApply j I I in. afternoons. UWliUI: f : ':I < n5ri.1."\:"Ir T ,,, \.\.. I a expert . ,
of the YMCA and under Jacksonville through th: Florida I FOR a ..TOI.M VIIITTIIIPH OH modern home laundry methods.tbeuwk'SaiingBendixautomaticHoixeLaundry.
Straits: Moderate southeasterly a <"\ l.Iu: ... gun
the" :sponsorship flf 'the City IJccrention l To Wctl.- winw.tbru'Thur.da '; widely /1 ht'ndit01" I 1TII.srlna.d: .
DepartmentJohn I.M.IIT < < M HOI. in actionTHE
0 scattered showers! sooth portion.: Memorial M-thfdlst
orchestra will An application for marriage, ;: -11.\1.i ,I\riis-: : U
Pritchard's a ; I 1'\\I
otherwise partly cloudy' : h+ held . .. ,
; r;; tomorrow I1. II .and and..r.! ,1 ".an-
handle the music for the dancing license was! film yesterday jn
I l East Gulf.Moderate' southeasterly I f fjie-llawri{ of the 1.s'-: .t1.\IIT 1.1rIIT .,".1
end of the program. There are the office of County Judge IZay- 1 '.11.1X.: 1.tIZI: : ; Is: I.
other features which will be announced mond r.. Lord by Joseph- L.Mudd ., 'jnds; 14m,T da-.. *Weather i cottter o1. 'Georgia \.t. itl\tl'v, and ," .1-\1: :, BENDIX WASHER THE BENDIX DRYER THE BENDIX IRONER
o ( ,.
later. 25. of the U. S. Navy''an9Ltudse p'artly dvud except a idelyscattered streets <'. \ II':\\" '' v t hi' don*?of the .ork III'Ixnrl* sun time It eor'-.ks rat to showers and thundcrsto'rjns. nt'publre u \" the dial .Jds Vofci kx> whale ... ... I h
Hxne the
} set r i" vim arc "'mIE ncr n. -r it. ner>an ion get en-
Davis said today he hoped<< the M. Mayberry. 24: of
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I and young people of the city would Angela street. ; o. No naJl 1 ciao .warnings or of cake and (, I haad">need nvttr'OOK"Iln at>K>lutcl| navuc .ork-.- in' tauit
cooperate and that they will organize t (displayed drinks.. The sale ,
; stdcm warnings: are being "
I themselves into an ass;'a. i, COMMISSION VOTES I o' o'clock 1
elation of sonic sort so as to arrange I, Continued FVo'm -/'

oth r programs as the Harvey can't 'tell PageOflelraid a I Report t' . ter ..
.person! COIF. (: ( : CLEARVIEWnE a
plan progresses.: what type of material ho inu:t
"Wo7 hope these young: iw-ople use in constructing his home..' Key West; FlaL, June 30. 1J 43 (Continued From r rIt's
will form an association of some Not Worth Moving tObservalioo taken lit City Office. buildin, : would l I"o l ExttllritlN4 ,
kind and elect their own officers I I ':3tt A.M. EST hundred fret off s .
Aquilino Ix>pez Sr. was again, .
and directors", said Davis. rerocni/ed by Acting Mayor: relbp.rature City ('Ofllmi ( Eoutttsaearsiew 1 yt j
"It is a' fine, thing for these Louis CarlxmcU and Lopez told ,. HigJicst; ; yesterday 90 I'I have the request -( _
dung, folks. They at last: will Harvey that the barracks build. Lo"'t'Ia.night; : 781 j planning: l :

have RIme place t.t ro and enjoy ma richt: flow is a fire trap. lie Mean .. ... . -. 84 (I i. city manager: and
wholesale tiniifrrmcnt and en- said that it ha. no bnrk. np; I Normal = '% 83 'be" time t

tcrlainment frnnl. and not t worth moving;: ; Pr.dplt tie ". regular nn-ctin of '| (: ,1tIEantige-s
Planning/ Commk-s-ioncr lIar- Total;laat'21' hours; )1'l ill.>. sign .
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Kvc ftri ling (Jf- I rev: "We can ii\siot ont,:detailcd Total I this: month .90 in.>.!I 'o"rli..........or.., /w.lail.d atatwarwwr -
I'I plans and siiecificalions' !** Deficiency this piorith; 3.34 In.. 1 Tlie real,nam- -.f ...,...... .seraraw.. ... . helpful ifs informative. Never before Get the answers to your laundry probas -
: the farnnil. ........... ..
C;rt'.y 14Uly (:or l'.( S. II Dru..Ige. Avenue-- E!: resi- Total Jhii year .? 17.63: in.OHS .-. Stral ton. mulgrl. 1.Ins..aa...'.._.,.... ..i........ ..,.'r.. w. , school so much fun. So come to the lems. Discover the easiest quickest way to
: dent: "Th ...ith \,' is being ti1 i ir Earcs; ; >> year .. 3.Z9. ins.fUUtiv .L.ra. .11.......... .....r1M.rl"rl.iwt ... :
1 I .... ..... Bendix automatic Home School. work !
ulolro.l Thi 1 Iviilding l i;;: docs: not Humidity - -- I. T'. I Laundry tighten our on washday
Mrs Cliflon Kvans.: acting: 1--- '
: chairman of the fled Cross adhcr to city law.*', t at '. :31 AJK. rwr. ......r..t..tiftrr.pla..a1.".... ........... .... 1st Prize: Cory Automatic: : Ccffce: Maker
i Gray; Lady C''i.| ': has expressedthe Planning t'ommiu&ioncr: llarvev IJ' r f .. nr. "_r.. These volvobl door ,prizes 2nd Prize: Airspray(" .latm9 Fan
. I Mpineciation of the HodCross : "Mr Drudge can't this; Iesomet.rti. (Or tI( : F.II.A. TermsIf go to th. lucky winners.Yates :3rd Prize:: Erla Automatic Iron
liuildini l .. l.enl) t:90 A.1t.
; 1.If' altered to comply Desired:
for the rcsinmM: : revivedfrom with the law?" 30.02() :: ins.-101G.S! nibs.Tomotrofs' I _di th apmrtr who r --KEY WEST ,
the community during the I
rorruilins uf mcniln'rs" i I|I S. II. Druds: "It would be ..' lJmanee !! Hayes Mandolin SItEI'I1Rl.l1);:: : : .: ) rOnll ;
echcapcr. .. ..,. .t09 tUh. Street
tu build from the lx>ttom Sunrise :5:4';: .i 271)r! Refrigation Service
will be
Two courses<< taught . "
up. Sunset: - 7:20 p.m. faT Sunday no : ,\;\ -
the next week, and
during uponcompletion I
Moon'rUv I sked.L 123 DUVAL
the Cray Ladies will Harvey: didn't ask: you that 1:18' a.m. STREET
Please answer: question." MoonVet'; 2:22::: p.m. Leave Call' W12( lot Eslrmrr/
I my : on front /
serve in the US Naval )Hospital. 1 800 WHITE STREET PHONE 203AKONOVITZ
t the Municipal Hospital and J the S II Drudge: "Yes;, -it can beidune" .. I Otherwise! police t I

i County Home for the Aged. I j TIDES- will start Monday.
Mrs. James R Lee and Mrs 'I Har\-ev( was then asked what Tomorrow : MIMI

: Alfred II. Wonderly have recently action the planning cumnii! stun (Naval B.oo I :() () rz: f ="=_= .J _-r -
would take if woulcl :
transferred their mem-I I someone .. Pastern: Standard Tim,?)
move of these 'barracks I
i one into High Low
ttorship Blauvclt; to has this again caps 1 become Mrs the Martello Towers area. '4:50 a.m. 11:59: a.m. ..n1ll1l11ll1ll"1I lIlInIIUll .
active member. ; The Planning.: Commission:; 6:06 p.m. 11:06.' p.m. I .', 1st $1.00 DAY SALE In Our

f chairman had no authority replied to that do his otherwise board ADDITIONAL.:..TIDE DATA I. 11 : HistorySale

NCCS Junior than accept should:I the total reference Station: Key West i ,

minimum construction"costs for Tim of; Height ofStation .1 err. Starts Thursday 8:30 A. M.
Hostesses [ the Martello Towers area be Tid thigh water I .. Tff/f Morning,
11"1 I complied withPlanning Batia Honda
The NCCS Junior Commissioner, in- (btideOh JOm 0.0 ft.I'
held an executive (' ( !' quiring of contractor Drudge! ;: : No Name Key ' I The HOBBY

house.meeting last night; in the club I 1"Who plans draws 'your Drudge building' I Boca(east Chica end) ..:,+2h.2.0m. I 1105) Division Street' COTTON BLOUSES BATHING SHIRTS

Contractors II.:
Plans were completed for the "Architects (Sandy Point)-Oh 40ni I
hayride to be held tonight;; witha Caldcs Channel Utica Sun. ft |f..

boulevard wiener beach"Entertainment roast on Roosevelt are Commisioner they?" Harvey.. " 'Who I (north. end) .+;lli lOua +1.4 ft.oOo .I I '"t+IlQlmllllllllllllllllllllll Il "', DRESSES $$100 SUITS $$100

to I 1)P offered Contractor Drudge: : Different NOTE: I 1 )
during: intermission --it the regular ; (--Minus sign: Corrections \
Wednesday evening .dances Commissioner Harvey: "Youal''n't
was discussed ; complying; either with to bd subtracted. ; rlt' $100] $100.
Plus Correction lojb
Reports were made by the the laws because: there is not a (-t( )- sign added.: : !,

chairman of religious activities single qualified registered architect "- lh)-Hour. j jm E FII rrr NAT; -W .j-J.j ,.I", ,!, I tilnrx I / in "i.-}.,
in the
and decorations committee city Key West.: .
Minute J
Those present were the Misses i Contractor Drudge: "None ( -I ('I .-
flt.- ect.
Edith Knuck president: Stella here registered; but they are 1 !'
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Armayor.Gordon vice ticasurcr president: Netta: Betty Valdez i|I I qualified.Scores Violate I ITYGRE.S: TO I'I ? Hats Chiltl"'I1' Eyelel KxlntShe

Sylvia Sanchez Mary j Commissioner Fred J. Dion: (Continued r-om Page One) t eI

Glaze, Carol lV>/.a. Birdie Lou. |1 "These complaints seem well (;as company's advantage to ex ;
Lowe. Marina Sykc&. and Betty warranted.! I move that we order tend the expiration date because S un
Boza.Knglish. the permit cancelled and the too hundred thousand subic I PIQUE
I further that the building inspector foot holder is more valuable
Seumuit : prohibited from issuing when the tar L$ removed I II $ ) QO Drcsscs Ladies'Panlics
; permits for these barracks Allan Hampton, vice press; /
except in C or B zone areas" 'dent of the Key West Gas coin | SjOO
Wins NCCS (
(Dion's motion was met with pang: 'TTiC'traj company A-ill be
I I I glad to extend the expiration I en.Heir
r t .
Seaman<< fete Cvimlcy. of II City Attorney Ignatius Lc.>ap-I date should the City need additional I 2
M S. llattleaxc. s-as the winner i "Mr Dion's motive is ;fraud;; , time." .
: yd.
of a prize awarded in a game of the Avenue K: barracks o"'n If 4 2
musical: chairs at NCCS lat entitled 1 to his rights Perhaps1j : t Read the llassitiedAdstoTh d i ii do "ne !
nightA; j we can amend l the ordinance i if I Citizen.i I yon for
I rare to protect. Hot ;, .
the "
large nuinU-r commission desires I --- ---
of seamen MI -- .Jr. H'lll'S,..
faun the visiting English: des I I Commissioner Fred Dlon then alcohol caa't harm SummerStyle for
troyers. II M S Battleaxe and worded his motion differently, l' I Bakelite resin . . ;,
II M. S Crossbow participated and it was thli re'ied'er"ion II j ji CASA CORRAL I Come in today;, I $100 I lur..u-rh.

in the activities at NCCS that was passed unanimously; by I2X DUVAL STflEET j ji I $1 00
Stoker Kenneth, Harris of II the City: comms&ion; The i evLed |I i "Good American Co"ee" I ;">:!.:)U ,lnl
M. S. IlBttI<'< EL71JOI; '':\\ aiiif: I 1
played several j jAJIKItlCAN
selections mid agrr;:: and Planning commission TSpuA I
also. -oiiiuMnictl ;group| s-ingins; to ;inx|>rt the alleged<; zoningi: iolatioii i. {I ..: tUISI; I\; K: i I : I I.fffr-liSSl in ii! I. \mi E>-
of |p1>puliir pongsCorrection on Avenue K: and to rt'I'> (English Boiled Dinner SPECAL !

'A. : __ i.1.1r1!mission l their findings to the com ,I Ij Yankee Pot liesrcrtt Roast) I J JIlmnfMuile < s ZQ T .-. : II I SATiN 2 fo' (lotion,. : :Dresses)i ,

r j VoU Transfer OPEN DAILY 7 A.M. to 2 P.M. i;
The .."umL.ion 1 Of DRESSESLADIES'
;; toted' toIranifrr $100
InikxJ ftr.ialav'" Tirana' nas car. liquor liiise of Ceril'o u-4 S P.M. to 12 M. j I PANTIES Play Suiis and
We Ale Small But What Foo-J//
f H M ltd v, \\huh originated;; at|11'ar 613 Duval
from Holm Siu- ..
the JSieat; Lakes Training :Station.that I I I 1,,, .. fit ,'J..
Iii and Jack alas: to Jack Ella

I Irician's HoXvard L Yarhrnllh. ; ale and Ida Kaplan They also al ........................I I; EACH Sun E Dresses
nihte. thii-fl
I class USN. towel 1 a transfer from T LutherPindor I SALE/
was the liusltancl: of Mrs Shhley ON NOVl
: .f the (tl'eanyicnDinin
i i YvrbniURh. 1417 1
; Pin street riwun of 520: United street to Spi -BICYCLES-
The wom n in question is now cri II Harkley. of Club Dar 10t <) Fleming & It I SLIPS. ::100 $1.00
I the wife of Kenneth Thorn. and Rented
I SSM: f 10.1 Ducal l street Repaired t .
third class. who AT $3.00
t is EACH
,; serving s in Wants Vegetation Cut IIIOM' '( ) VALUES UP TO ..
Aha in Stock NEW
the Key Wr.-l Naval! Station 1 Ik-fore motion for adjournment I VALUES TO SX9S
They live at IOI l Peal") .-WJIUI.
street. Commissioner Dion fisked BICYCLES; TRICYCLES: vlP"- -
s She was divorced some time Citv
non from Yaibroush! The mislake Manager Spalding: to have WAGONS SCOOTERS:
vegetation cut down
on thos-c
rests with the Navy at streets which are stooping rice and SKATES+ CHAS. ARONOVITZ Department t

( It'a1 "Lakes Training Stationj of the placed street :igns. Spalding ,
nd this correction i i'!' to relieve told the commission that till- Overseas Cycle Store Store

the embarravsrn-n' "f Mr. und should be d.,nc and that h e 920 DirhioB Su Phone 1318 I .

Mrs Thot'C ould" try to ;gM it done. ......................... R h...,. JJ v.i r Iwo fl" .' .i..rv -- -




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