The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00526
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00526
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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American Legion Posts To Jl City Manager Orders L

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Hold Joint Installation J

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; For Law Violations

There will be a Joint installa I .
thin of officers of Keys MemorialPr IN COURT TODAY

..t 'No 143. the Marathon Post Who Robbed, Beat, l Owners of three saloons in
No. 14 and their Auxiliaries at l t
the Legion Home on Inlamorada. I" Taxicab \ i which the state liquor laws were '
Saturday. Wiy 8, at 8:00: p. m. ff rive Doling Tuesdayji I'I'r violated last week were arrested
Vance C. Stirrup, 10th District yesterday on orders issued by
Commander, will install both Le- L. 'F Blount and Walter DHembrec ;: Sets New Record City Manager Ralph D. Spaldtng. ,'I'IIn
ckxt Posts officers and the Auxiliary 1r two Navy enlisted men t
addition to the three m 'n i iI
units of both posts will be A yr charged with aggravated; assaul!e '
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I Installed bv Mr*. J. V. Trent. I Ito upon Ramon Pucbla, a taxies John England, super i oc: of,l-arrested<<: !, yesterday, ORe......,

10th District President The Key driver, will be arraigned bcfon.. registration today reported that 'Stanley Hodes, was" identified as
West Guard of Honor will * Peace Justice J. Y. Porter, IV
In the four installation The : } late County Tuesday. He said it set Southard street. He has been ar-
public is invited to attend the today.
vutl all-time record for the rested .fop selling liquor io a ;
The men also are charged i an county.
the buffet luncheon
Hrftnllft ft. ; I intent to commit murder am I't least 500 voters who went minor, and was brought in again
and the dance -hlch will follow. ( \\SircpAt.to 1 ,. .
The newly clotted officers of highway robbery. They were ar to the polls to vote returned to yesterday. ,
k1r: I I> TUESDAY WAS A MEMORABLE DAY for 35-year-old Dan rested at about 1:30 a. m. yester. The four saloonkeepers will. be
homes when long
Key Memorial Post are: George their they saw
r' of Fort Pierce..,one of nine Democratic candidates for heard Pucbl in Municipal Court before Jwd(<-
I1awU", Commander; William McCarty day after a woman ;t lines of voters ahead, of them."
Klys, First Vice Commander: William I i governor in Florida's state-wide primary. He is hclding his screamin and saw the two sailor S said England. ; Hilary Albury late today They
Smith. Second Vice Com I I'Al" third child. Frances Lela McCarty who was born a few minutes beating him in his cab in Rooaeclt -' i;: In the first precinct there ",were were released when they filed I
cash bonds of $250 each with the
mender rerron Finder. Post I I before the polls opened. In the voting that followed.: Papa Mc- \ boulevard at 5th street. : 1.607 votes cast: in the second: . -
Chaplain. ; Richard Williams. Adjutant Wlrcpbvlu Carty ran nip and tuck with Fuller Warren. Jacksonville lawyer.A They then turned the cab a' : 1,057: : third, 747: fourth 1,133; police.
: and Harry llama Finance FULLER WARREN (above) I I run-off primary will decide which will be next governor of round (o come The back woman's into the cit cal i II: fifth 503.: sixth. 153. seventh: The other yesterday three were sakxmmen: arrested -
for gasoline.
t Officer. INewly I one of nine Democratic candidates j| Florida.. McCarty is a citrus grower and cattleman. i to police headquarters resulted 11 334. Hector Barrow, proprietor of _!

Memorial elided Unit officers of the for governor of Florida - -. - '- --.,.,.. .--_. - - ...::-=.--*-- the arrest of the man drivin: --- (Continued. On Page Thm-
Keys. Auxiliary I| "i i
(Continued On Pace Seven) the primary Tuesday. is the car Hembrec. Blount wa.I J
.-. smiUs at Jacksonville. He Thirty Young People's Service arrested in Roosevelt boulevard;; !Ii i 1 MARALOY t H vtfcrntwMt i
......... Just learned that ho and lie was threatening Puebla wit 'GARAGE'i

0. S'ra)' one y.nJmaua CH11>NtlflN t McCarty field. and of will Fort settle Pierce the led I League Members, To.. Co To. 'Miami l I I II 1 a knike at the time of his arrest..1|j Mufflers.' Tail for All and Cars Exhaust Pipes t TWINS in D...t ...... ....... IN

It Mva* toyfof" Mt .f aadarsl to a run-off primary. : AUTOS FOR SALE Roy's 121 Duval Key St.West Auto Phone Parts 442 I Auto Repair, Painting, !

Lou Smith Auto Scnrk |I Is an attorney and lives ; !I Thinly members .,f st. PauJ"1I;| tern Deanery meeting that will Used Cars Are Scarce. We Hctv< Body and Fender Work
WaJU at rtomtof MMM 14,. I Jacksonville I I Young Icnple' Service League; j be held on Sunday at St PI at ID'S i I '42 Plymouth Club Coupe ,&..... *.(. Paris !.* All t.r.

Opts Army Barracks I. will leave on the 7 o'clock bus tomorrow .1'Episcopal. 1 Church in Coral Gables ': '41 Dodge. 4-Door --
.. l I morning for Miami Tomorrow night the St. Paul's: '' 35 Reo Stake Truck I

-- -- I I ITo :, where they will attend the E; s-:t 1(I group: will be entertained with: a Navaiio Inc., Opp. Bus Statioi n. THANKS Palace Theater
K,tl'fll I REAFFIRMEDUffM :.. THANKS!! _ __ _ _. __ ___ (Continued' On. Page; -Three) __ _ u _ __n __ - of l
u. -. -- -- -- -- I wish to thank the voters
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my'man ,friends and / * *\/* '! Monroe County for your" fine sup- Johnny
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porters. I wish to express I t pert Your continued efforts on CROSSED TMU..s"SHORTS
Mow fcav sleeted to
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I I M Uttiff. npreseRtativ* As tkr Art la aware the IrfktotMva. I- m sincere. to tb appreciation office of for the Justi !"!! ite Yoftxto Attend-the i' my." behalf will be appreciated... .. and"mot .-. .._,
.the *ce.First District.. :1 Joe Johnson --- ;.a
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........sa.. ,-....., aikht. It ALUUIIY 1 . (:an.li.hlf' for 5WAMONTH "
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was the kawwMf* the Ik* p.*. r't ;\ Ctuiiilyi (:cnntnioner ,
a4 Ma. . still lad Justice of the Peace. ) New Efficiency Atarlmrnl
pie r* canaty Fifth District I I |
laitli to .. a-y Vivian. m. a lue*rv ::1 0 R MAL OPENING 1 lI
\ Beach Court
.4. thaa I t. a<... Ia IN*. M,.
Wart. tea awt I* an .! than.8CHNIC I!I ,
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District.Appreciation Appreciation - t
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Our NewIyReModeIed :_ I tm deeply grateful for the WORDS ARK I ,
'DOffS DANCE I support that was given me for
I trufif lo sincerely Constable. First District. in the
Key( Wt HwtiMne ft.-.ietUall, )J thank rash cline ofytnitrlto election Tuesday. t I TOO WEAK II i
AND HAVE rUNII I I I will appreciate your support I
KIJvS: ALL 1 ruled fur mr tm in the Second Primary. May I Sometimes something occur: i| ,
New AlrCtmdilionedTOWICHT. Turtday.Afsnin. II 23th. 1948. in lif_. in our dealings wtth > ,.
I Until I .'Qock9IJM STORE BEn AHUlTI': our fellowmen that enrich it I Ias
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) I'rr Prrmina I < for i Candidate for Constable. it had never been nrwtod I ,
Moak >r Baatrlc M.naeatas.iaM. I{ your suM,rf.ALLN First District I before. I
"... fI..1 1 1.Iiunl' .td.ertisemnt: ) I
. AIM An When the final returns for
aim's Soar. D... Band I I.. IlAlll'l. UN ,I'-__-' I II superintendent of public instruction

Tirkels Available from I TURD Y; MA Y 8th 4 !, were announced.ttot f'
Mrs. U. M. White Phone 7-W I enrichment was sensed bv ain ,
: BRADY'SLIVE : so great a volume I felt Hnt I
'{I Co/lllllg to that on Saturday the remodeling cf our salesfloor will be completed and we cordially invite you I I no word or words had been I'
coined to express fully my
UNDSEYMotor Kay view Park remodeled Kress store. : ( ) Poultry & Egg Market : feelings.
be open for business Monday. May 10th. This we feel sure will be welcome news to the thou- I
Phone 540
1214 While Street And now. three days after
7-.IW: () P.M.I.t with eager interest this transition from the cld to the new. We Invite You '
i I : to Compare iI the election. I still find tIMe
Co. t I an opportunity to look over this new store and to give our new friends a chance to see what a Quality cad Prices i such words as thanks and gratitude I II
Moiulit, Ma1 1 10( I i ii
I 1 have an informal opening Saturday evening 6 to 3 o'clock. i are too weak to tell the
Used Car Dealers rUt dty, May 1.1 i be sold but you will be privileged to examine the store the merchandise and the many Special Florida Grade A Dressed and I voters of Monroe county hw
The Comedy Show of the I 1 for this special event. I Drawn Battery-Raised FRYERS!i I feel for what they did foe i

4I11)u\'u) ) Street i has made this extensive work possible. This is our expression of confidence in the future {! Florida Grade A Dressed and Ii I I me. I
tf..' to La Casba Hottl I 1VI'I I,
I keynote of all improvements mad:. The new lighting yslcm.: air conditioning. cross-counter ar- I( Florida Grade AA Large <: 'W
TELEPHONE 501 SOFTBALLTIIMLI3 etc.. all of which bars been installed in order that our salesgirls can render a more effi- ; EGGS '
this a more pleasant place in which to shop. {'

.III I3i: .- rt,lrl Hrrlina. "lcr4X I..u It;liS SPILLS I II up to the principles on which this company was founded 52 years ago-that "Quality Mer- Our Poultry Is Receited ALIVE {i ii 1 My\ Sincere
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>M >Setfaa I and Dressed Daily ,

17 llntrkSs j Local Players Riding Live. I i

dal ......... Tricky. Trained Donkeys Good for 3000 FREE BALLOONS --- ;1 AppreciationMsy
17 Furcl :$.......r IlrlAie I COFFEE I take this mean of
4.Dae ft4aa |Ck.ica of Two) I !! Well Hand Your Car BackLike ; expressing So each of you my
Will Be Given Away lo Kiddies A New Car sincere gratitude for your con:
.. (il Lnurh.nnnlc trill be fidence.
12: <:,..111I. r By your vote you
-Owe Sedan<< 46flcE'llae ) ,,.r fllr* aUnuling Adults : BODYFENDER have placed me In the Second.
Accompanied( by ( Primary and I am humbly
'I I 12: Viler iiry I """' ;! Tontorroir and thAnkfuLAnd
..Deer 9.4aI .
now. in the real tradition
especially for the rc-opcnmg will be on display throughout the store at this tim Among these 1
? C:tars rulrl K.yV'e I j of American Democracy.
yards of high-quality. Sheer Dress Materials at the unheard of low price of 39c a Yard. Also :
T> l.....*.., Pkk-Up Truck I invite those who so loyalty
lJiiiur| lralcr:, A$:?:u..ia.I . Many values in Dry Goods. and many other Outstanding Values will be on display for worked for my worthy opponents
'lb .1)ewl." I lion will meet at (,:: REPAIRS to join actively with me
rick-Up Track P.M.. Simla. }'. May 9. : for success on May 25th.

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I : IntlTsd.e 1'nrpUM* of llir .....,..1I. : : PAINTING I HAMLIiS

li.daa"traurinji hilt I is lo elect u Pre Candidate for

Id l fill III.'Iu.m.. y creutrtl ANY MAKE CAR I Justice of the (IVarr

Quality l by the resignation : Monroe Motors 'lncI : Second District

turf f.rtra: JIII-- Jo-rph! Sirnjjo.: I Your Friendly Ford Dealer 1 Paid ''''Utlcald, 'rtl..m ?
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BIG STEEL CUTS PRICES ....................... -----LEGA1 ."" T! t TODAY'INII; Your Horoscope
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I.Pb11sb.4.. ..?..11. ___ ad .......M7 ;v-' In April 1947 the United Steel Workers Programsa. OTIC'R . : riaaa 3aa1a1.-n4., Plat Book 1. PaZiI4 ** 1800-An :'Act: H& : ....
... .. Monroe Florida.: i54. Section C. I p. eM w. .
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JI. United States S...S S S C.S 1933. Lot 15 Sqr. S::. PWnriana ganizes the Tegjt&ry .
.. Ta. C1tIa.Csrs.r .. BuUdlarA of America and the S May 7th. 148 .' Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pare of at ..I.-[_ ...U-il ., pur. ... There *'
with seat government d
oraU ** ....u NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that 1 .J - ton ofm ......
Corporation . Section C.
Steel negotiated an
_4 OaIT I'.fly ,.........-r .. 37 Wed &a43ieto agree- NETWORK PROGRAMS. pursuant to Section > of Chapter 2JJ47 IU:X Lot 1C Sqr. 23. P in- cenne -white population. se'r-- ctNr utL. .....
C'1n11ItT ment giving the workers a wage increaseand IK29C. Laws of Florida. Arts of eiana Mainland. Plat Book I. Page! 5.000. ,
Carter Lacat Tim centralubtrtct ter
137. known as the MUKPHT ACT. ; will ay. m mafcmc *>. j jl.
:. >JH.ro at Kay Weal. norMa. M aoeond e.... matterBteWBEK could e..e ft*U r. for tn....tliauttract the following MTind land InMonrn 1T4. Sretion CJSS4 I"oi.- 1828 The American Peace So- i be ... t tI.
: providing that either party reopen twe kMire. Seme tecal ata.tieaa ,. IU:. Lot 17 Sqr. 22. l...e- ,... v ..
Cminty. Florida, will fc I
OF THB MX-IATKD PRESS china* Hewr Si rtay te *tlecal fried rate o clana Mainland. Plat Rook' I, Fr ciety founded. l _.VL4 .fty lilt. I
far va.taIes
: at public I
the of at end of outcry
_. ... .-........of...all.. la ..tzl.iy..a dispatches.I1 entitled creditedVliW to question wages acMduta chant cannot.Lastminute Ss tnclwa'e.FtlOAT pre.gram subject hlKh-the t and bt earl, bid. I 174.2)!Section" 1131.6. Lot 1* Sqr., *X P..lnrtana 1912-Capt CF.. Chandler. )I, yH tame gals through....,.... I
r.prsduetI. the first to right of the Trurtorrof
J.t *.......... credited la this paper and year. the Internal improvement Fund Mainland pint r>mk I. Page aeronautic pilot IT. S. SIvs.l i i' Make Ute mo of J'OUr...aaala. i

els* the local ewa published fcec*._ The steel workers, through their president MAT r to. ..reject. .any ::1Dl bids, at tn* I 1.4. SecIkin C. 14 Air. PM Corp: pilots the first mad hoes at4 cbooe* pur'frajk I
at ZSd ri:4t"p: : kU: =. ne-I'
B Pa k&lrTfor* to .. i
equipped plane. .* i. a..a.ClUrnOor''l'ltSI : Philip Murray\ : asked1 fprjsuch pego- ...... o'clock A. M. on the lith day of gun .
T $1. : Jn. 148.Outside I. seetlo. Co LOsitania . intfiiiiaerMM r>* .]..
e r : I Ii 1915-CunardEr ijorne niK. .
SIO-tIw* Report. IS *n*. ate I S 22*. Pl -
I = aleftlfc _ - > tiations. The Company 'declined to make r i of taualclpalitln ear.mant .- Utzc 1132. Lot tr. I
I . ,..a.... MeatMA -- -U XTSI. I[ Xew.ca$ Every Hourtel.ut Day-eM for road right of way,2" feet riana Mainland plat Hook I. Pair run from New York to LiVetp nay fa1.. _*e of security 'r

I ,, ,S _. e M.atkKek ; .1.**$ he wage increase, declaring that it would :!r r; Kiddie Network.- He Silent.r (.u..t parcel wide will IhrousTh b* "rKrvd whichthere from I*any an 174.'22S27 Section 1523.I.: Lot I Sflf. 23*. Poin- sunk by a German submarine Ol.j"be ......_
y Network BUeat l br.-b-&at with
make "in j- run Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pacr the coast of Ireland
necessary a general.advance our I' rsiitUnt state road< A*- ts. all land '
Rewr ttbaweatf
1- HATES' '4 Kiddje* Ireceau- : .... .. 174. ThIW7U.S.r.secr.. .Nai
4DYltllTisnO title to .b.n f alV ptrnlum 1200 lives.
Made Knewn eai Application steel prices.:" Thus, the negotiations come 1.:1 f -Spirt*! Mnte Time-ibs' : and lhr.f' urth" of other.mineral 222S :3t Ix't 3 5<< r. 2**. p..In- War Industrie of $215.i Jt..
I | United liatien* E.poriE..cb* will b* reitr e4. : ria.aI.lnb",, plat Rook ,. Page 1918-The j value
, : srEaALoT1t- to nil end ;but the union answers that itwill I *JO-Jeae McKenaa. 8enr cbl-eUt :;; 2298 193X Lot 3 Sqr. Si. PoiacUna 174. Section 1. Board curtails auto production.<, -

t :T AH read!** OOIIC lb e ra ef amifc reaelntloiiaf abide t bra and ANn r.ptst-cb.-.ut. i Mainland plat Book. I. Pa.. 22)2' 1522. Lot 4 Sqr. 25*. P |Briana 1919-President WAson 54iftl- .... d s.rns. .M "MiX ta
of. . r..neev .ELtw7 noll--. PM.... etc. will be by the two--year'no. strike con i :4S-i.ktst:' b r Thrte-*ke Ii t. Section 4. Mainland. Plat Book I. Par session
..*.... fer at tae rate of I* ftata a line.. Lowell. Tbomaa repeal ll)- b* 174. .S *tinBi I. mons Congress to special : surrefkoer m Netorvska >
i t' a..a.enaua.oa.. by efcBrehea from vhtch tract. ; : { T0-Sapper Club-nbc-baie I lUll t3X Lot 4 Sqr. 3i. Poin. 2JS30 IU::. Lot Z Sqr. 23*. consider the peace treaty. iaMTiK' Lawyer ... -.
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\ .. .. ke d.rn.4 are S eeMa a Una. i nasa Mainland plat Book I. Par rlana Plat Book '.
a r** a Tbe 0eatah Show-cb Mainland. .
-n.. ClUaea U Sn .0a ferem aa4 InTlte dl.u. ...- In public statements. issued after the News ..* Comnteatary-abe i 1... Section 4. 174. Section 1. 195-A large fleet of U. S- 5, a power-driven h vierPouimac -", ,

_, ..w. .t r'Blle ...... Lad ..bjefta of local or end of the negotiations the leaders of both : Fulton LSWI*. Jr.-mb* 2312 113. I't Sqr.knj. Poinrtana 2"31 133. Lot C Sq,. 23*. PoinUna -I.ships besiege Ram Htn', off. I t alt III8CIIitM. catud os -
ewraJ ,...r.... bet U will act pubU h anonymon. : 7:15-New* and Comment-ebe i Mainland Page Mainland. Plat Book I. Pave coast. and flies .... ....
.......sSra1ies. sides Jack Smith and Sosg-ebs 114. Section 4. 174. Section 1. northeastern-
.. gave their views. Benjamin E. Fair- Daily -.:........ -abe 23983 133. Lot I Sqr. 23. poin- 2232 113X Lot 8 Sqr. 23*. Pfclnriana 1934 The Army Air Corns, feet-tint iyatiinri h*. .
less News: Dinner Date-mb* dana >>.11I1..... Plat Book I. Par Mainland. Plat Book I. Care I the mails .
, president of tile steel ,company, an- I 174. Section 4. ends the job of flying' I flicht ever SflMle

"fj ;- DCPJIOYENEB'TS roB KET WEST I nounced some price decreases amountingto 7 0-Bob Mary Crosbya OrtwrB Club Tcto-cba- ..bA'** 239S4 .*n. Lot 7 Sqr. 33. Poin- 174.22t33 Section IS33.1. Lot 9 Pr. 22*. P inriaaa after some three months.- i-C*$ W. Beam fill'"*

ADVOCATED ,BY THE CITIZEN ,, lx>t>. Raacer Drama--ab* clana Mainland. Plat Book I. Par Mainland. Plat Book 1.. Page 1941-The Navy takes over the I Haven. -. founds ftm .H>
about 25,000,000 a year saying that Henry J. Xas1or-mb8 174. Section 4. 174. Section I.
t 239S2 1933. Lot 8 33. Poin- Coast Guard. ttaI hjgnoe uELI
7.-4S-K l en o-a Cotnment-nbe 22S34 U33. Lot Je Sqr. 25!*. Poin- .
I \f "cost and prices" are too high and that Ed .U arrow 5.w.beSporis *\ dana Mainland plat Book I. Par class* Mainland, Plat Hook '. Page 1942-Japs comolete the occupation -I I 141-Lieut. Gen. Wuiawrisiirrendeto
and Comneat-mba s\ 174. 5ectlna4. 174.i rtl' n 1. Corregidor. Ccrrecidor to flw
; Hotels Apartments. of
.. 1. More industry and labor should'cooperate toavoid $:00 Paal lAvall M.ody-iis! 2298C 1>3X lot 9 Sqr. :5. P lnctana 22J3S 1S3X: Lot 11 Sqr. 23!'. P in- surrender I
Beach and Bathing Pavilion. Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pare 1945-Germany IJapL I
2. Pannv Brie Comedy Oa dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Par
M' 3. AlrporU-Land and Sea. further. increases in costs which Fat Man L.t.tUs.-.be .It,. Section 4. 174. Section 1. Terms are signed at 2:41 a. ra. If45-U. S. Jith Army e 1
.: .Alway a .Woman--mba 23917 1933. Lot 1* Sqr. 33. Poin. 2253 1 SX: Lot 12 S ir. 234. PninrianaMainland. in Gen. Eisenhower's Avstrta194T
of and would further lower purchasing 'ctana Mainland Plat Book>> French time, the bonier into
4. Consolidation County power. $: 0-Can tc .Ton ThlWnbe I. Pare; Plat Book 1. Pyre!
Danny..Thoroa Shew' "cl>aTbb 174. Section 4. 174. Section 1. headquarters, in iHtie red -RoMia's Irreatjaj cbss
Governments. In addition
Mr. Fairless .
that :
City asserts
: > l. F.B.U:Drama-abe : tun 1933. Lot 11 Sqr. 3*. Poin 2137 un. Lo 1 Sqr. .23'. Poin- schoolhouse. at Reims France. that the United 9tatrw and lrt.
5. Community Auditorium. increase in the Jjtaru It to Clrie.-nib*. : ;lana Mainland; Plat Book I. Par clans Mainland. Plat Book 1. Page :
prices of steel products Workers .
I an- Mine naval bases rda .
174.Section 4 .. 1946-United ram have
, ':SI-f1yi Mlnnte* .Yp-.4i' fBiUyEoe 15*. Section I, 1- Bonk 412 Page
nounced since the agreement made in 1947 Comment* 231. IJJJ. Lot 12 Sqr. 33. Poin.riana. 324. Policy Committee reaffirms tions and air fields .n Turlwy.eeeeeee .
t<0-People Are'PuLf-.bb. .. Mainland. Plat Boo. I. Pare 223: 133. Lot 2 Sqr. %39. Polnriana demands leading to coal
with the workers, had not kent up with 31oTg-Amebi-Lttor-CbS 174. SectIon 4. Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par: .............
.. Break the Bank-abc .' ._ tats 113. Lot 1* Sqr 232. Poin- .174. Mc-tMft 1. IV..d Rok'(.Z. Has strike, as industries stow down .. .*
; MONOGRAPH costs and that the profits of the companyfor OalQ-tellieattcr. Cofnzaut-ftlk t 'dana. Mainland.. Plat Book I. PareITS ; I. ::4. arwl dOte.

: the first quarter of 1948, will be lower !J' 1:1 P3OLyn.w.i1.rt.be- Cw 'BroadArt- mba H 'S -'2(138 9e<>tin.n 1'3X 1V Lot 13 Sqr '. Poin1 1 class 223 Mainland.1J3X Lot Plat S Sqr.'BnnI.239.' '. pn.n-I 1947-=Brazil outlaws its Com I BICYCLESRepaired -

;. To the Readers: il flzzte ' clana Mainland. Plat Book 'I, PaCes 174, S rton1.! Deed Book r.i. munist party.THURSDAY. -
and bn'
than the same period in 1947. Moreover iITIteI. 174. Plata Section. I "
i: 324: .
::: who to the courts on I. The Eiio ft..twua-ab. 14)5 133. Lot 14 Sqr. ,. ml":- atrd Refrtw!
People run 229441 I 32. Lot 4 Sqr. 239. Pnln-
F tM mti*
he cited figures to show that the pay of f -. dana Mainland. Plat Book '. Par* rlana Mainland plat Book I. Pare t MAY 7. 1948
like the J": fJ5*-FlTo-Uinnle Sporti '
much -abc
the least provocation are : 114 Plaza Section. | 174. Section 1. Pd Book H!. Page
: steel workers advanced 91.7 per cent be- 10: O-The I.nUT.neafAM :C444> IU:. Lot'li Sqr. ,. Poin.324. (Know America) Also in Stock-NEW
= in dispute who bec me abusive Phil Baker QuU -..-cba : _- .riana, Mainland.' Pat Book Pond brothers. Sam-
people a tween 1940 and 1948 and that this advancewas Boxicir & Sporta:sioeeboS I. Par f 22941 133. Last Z Sqr..23. Poin- 1834 The BICYCLES TRICYCLBS
I H. Plaza Section. 1
: out of arguments. Meet. .the'Preca-mb* .< riana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pac uel W. and Gideon H. arrive in
when they run in"excess in : .41 .,n.. Lot 1C Sqr. ,. Poinriana f 174. Srtlon I. Pd Book fit, page SCOOTERS
the increase the
ie3O-auist.r,, Sporla-ib.; Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par 324. Minnesota to begin historic mission -

; THE ORACLE. of living during the period. Spike Jones Bevue- the Indians.1E35Historic and SKATES.
BeJiek Hand: -nrt>a I' 2C421 1933. Lot C Sqr. 8. Poin- dana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Page; James Gordon
Philip Murray, in his statement, pointsout 1O:4S-Pro and Con Talkl-jb. 11 0-Xew* *c Variety 1 brBbe I .1:4. Plaza Section. I 22943 133. Lot 2 Sqr. 24*. P.in- Bennett's N. Y. Herald first issued Oversees Cycle Store
that the company enjoyed profits of Newa. Variety.-Dance Zlira.-eta I :U%% 133. Lot 7 Sqr. *. Poin- dana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pare landmark in American
"MEANT BUSINESS" s.w. and, Dance Hsurbe'1cew riana Mainland. Plat Book I. Page I 174. Section. ' -a St. Pfaaac UNMOTHER'S Ir.
; $153,000,000 last after paying Federal .. Dance Band br*>-snba 174, Plaza Section. J journalism. 920 Division
year . 22944 1923. Lot S Sqr. 24*. p iniaaa ..S....S.SSSS eS.....
120 Danclnc CotiUlu Book |
Mainland. Plat t. Pare
t; income taxes and that the decrease in : Mainland. Plat Book I. Par .... Section 1. j first adopted-birth of postage r. ,
Key West may be used an an example t... Plaza Section. j
I prices, announced by the company, does tIlls ISJJ. Lnt 2 !i qr. 2*. Pnni. j jciana t 2243 133. Lot-4 Sqr. 24*, Colaclans stamps in cvuntry.1844Native: .
t tIH.
,: for the entire country in the almost complete not Saturday:Swmmary. . Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pare I Mainland plat Book 1. Par Americans and t DAYU
even equal the increases made in Fe- Srrtion 1. -
.*>tern L.eaSTin.. ..r coniralubtract 14. Plaza S-t Ion. t tlIli "
::. absence of true or false, one hour; for nountam % 133. Lot 3 Sqr. 24, 224 133. Lot 9 Sqr. 24*. Poinciana Irish riot in Philadelphia. I
propaganda bruary alone. I
1948 Murray stresses beurs.SATU1DAYMAY. Sunday May 9tk
subtract two t riana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Mainland. Plat Cook 1. Par 1851-Dr. John Gome Apalachicola -

.; about the possibility of war between the the fact that in 1947 steel industry profits .. 174.fall Plaza? 133.Section.Lnt a Sqr. 2*. rOln-1 1'i 4. Section :. Fla. physician, granted t Select Your Cards E"4I1I
2732C 1>3X Lot 11 Sqr. 7*. Poinriana -
United Slate* and Ru& ia. increased between $450,000,000 and t -rUna.: Mainland. Plat Book I. Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par t the first American patent for :I Gibbon and orrroasI
.1 4. Plaza Section. 1S7. Section 2-A. mechanical refrigeration iis I

::. Up to three weeks or so in Key West 5500,000,000. .. -Tb* Story-'Shop-'-nbo ?;:t:Mainland.1933. Lot Plat I Sqr.B..ok(X.I. Poinriana Par- 27327 1 3X Lot 12 Sq*. ''. Poln- original intent was to cool) sick!1 CARDS

-= The union leader also says that price Shoppers SipeciaJ-abe 187. Section t-A. clans Mainland.. Plat Book 1. Par rooms and hospitals by artificial I
almost anywhere you went you heard talk .JO-Mind Tour M&nntrs-obe 2723 ISJJ. Lot 2 Sqr. (!!. Poin. I$ Section 2A.TRfSTTEES i -
increases made by the company since the 100-Frank Merriwell Drasia-aba dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Par !' OP THE INTERNAL cooling.
:; about the seeming on-coming RussoUnited Red Barber Clobbooso-cM I n. Section I-A. IMPROEMEVT FUND OF TilE 1862-Gordon McKay of Massachusetts OFFICE
agreement was signed with the workers 'O:30-Arcbl. Andrew t>rama- 2724 1'3::. Lot 3 Sqr. CK. Poin.riana -I STATE OF FLORIDA.Br granted hisUJnc patentfor i'Roberts
P.ossrsAWTER.AKnt '
:; Stated.conflict, And then congress gave had raised prices of finished steel by an Mary Ozark Leo Taylor t"oIka-m Talk-cba is.. Section Mainland 2-A., Plat Book I. Par Trastn I. .. Fund. a "process of sewing soler: of SUPPLIES
*272 J 5 153.: : Lot 4 Sqr. Ct.! Poin- )Ion roe Countyroay.1948. boots and -shoes." 126 DUVAL. ST. PHONE 2M
: Defense Secretary Forrestal oven more average pf $11.32 per ton. This is equal, ;11: -) eeftbo; Lets,UoeU Prt.nd-cb-*bcJCewa dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Par, 1877-Crazy Horse and his

.., than he asked for, and the war hysteria. he says, to an increased revenue of approximately S. Abbott ilaTio quiz& CotteUo Show-mbolj-abc: _Ill.272 Section>( ISJJ.2-Lot%. 3 Sqr. (4. Poin- t i\ THE riHri'rr.roi'HT OF THE ............ ...--. ......ww. wvT C
l 3IcConiflt'bep dana Mainland Plat Rook: 1. Par f.f :>TH Jtl>lt"III. riRn ITS.F
ceased. 230000000. The decreases '1 JO-SmUtoe Ed .
IS. Sertk.n 2A.iSl125t3i.ot THE CrATE OF FI.OHIO*
proposed by the corporation amount to less la. f .. _ tle : 65qr.I, Coin.neon lAU FOR WO\HOK ('01 'Tl.l .
Forrestal wanted'an airfnrcfi "of 5 Tile Teen Clua . Mainland. Plat Cook 1. Fare > 4-II ">_(-.:R'. ._1 .
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than ?1.24 ton. 147. Section 2-A. -
: groups, congress gave him 70, and ,went all per A iT9,.... .; t T -31 298 1933.. Lot 7 Sqr. (8. Poinrtana BONNIE: JOAN MARCH HANKS.
Mr. Iurray also asserts that the man i2OO-Tbutar of Today-cba -J )I.inland. Plat Cook 1. Par Plaintiff
.. out in giving him everything else he wanted JanlorJu.etlo.bc / i 1ST. SectIon %.A. v,.. DlORCE
hours worked by the 2729 1t31. Lot 8 U. P.nn- BRUCE LaVERNE MARCIIUASESIief.fldant.
corporation's employes 12:30-Coffeo With Congress-ob Sqr. .
-.r for a record-breaking armed preparedness: Star Over Hollywood-cb* dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Par
in 1947 increased by eighteen per cent AtBericatt Farmer. -abtTo it.. Section 2-A. XOTICK TO PPE:'B
I to strike mighty blows, aid quickly against Arts.Q\lartet-mba"S t 273* 1932. Lot 9 Sqr. C*. P inriana TO: tl
Brnr LaVerne Mar
over 1946 but that "steel output increasedby -10. -Farm"and. Hottt-nbe' > Mainland. Plat" Book.'!. Pageml.
:; Russia the instant she revealed. her inten- Grand" Central Drafna cbk Section 2A. Wallace Street.freeneiile. .
tion to' nearly thirty-four per cent. Luncheon Broadcast aBv" ::3tl 1'SX Lot I. Sqr Li. oin- South Carolina j
fight Too are hereby required to appearto
Alan Lomax. taflads-fl.ba dana laintaR'". Plat Book I. Par
We call attention the Kill for iTorre filed againalyou
to the taken -
questions .lk nb is;. Section -A. .
While the war talk in the United 130-Ec1, Tomllason T. % : In the above Mvled. .au..e on ..>rbefore
County Fair QoU-cba 2TM2' 13X: Last II Sqr ''*. Polnrianst I
these vbpeakific
by industrial leaders because steel the lath day of May. A. f .
States! and Russia was at its height, Great of Sony-*b. Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par 1J48. otherwise the allegations rontained .
plays a dominant role in American indus- To Bo &oaoupcadma.I J'I:. Section 2-A. I therein will be taken as ron .
Britain maintained her equanimity. British :45-Xejrs of OTera.-flbS 27301 133. Lot 12 Sqr. LA. Ponctana fersed. I
try. It is important for the people to un- Veteran*.pocraa"_ Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par lion, and Ordered at Key Wan
leaders set the example, followed by the 2:00 Uuslc forVlIoment-nb 187. Section 2-A. I Florida this lith day of April' A
I derstand the arguments advanced because, Give and Take Quls-cb-*<*r 11121 ISJJ: Lot 1 Sqr. 4*. Rain I>. 194*.
people, that no fear should be entertained FascInating; Rhytbna bow Kearh. Rig i, Torch Key. ,'Iat' (C1RCCIT COURT SEAL)
in the long run public opinion is the final -: \, Book 1. Par 1(4.
about the 2SO-Veterans S rie -tbo Roam C Sawyer
:. possibility of war between Russia The Country Journal IJJ:! 1933. Lot 2 Sqr. 42. Rainbow Clerk of Circuit Court
and the United arbiter of economic disputes.The The Hit tor Pott-ab*" v Beach. Rig, Torch Key. Plat By: ( 'd) Florence };. Sawyer
States. .
: The British Guest Band Show-mba *. Book 1, Pare 1(4. Denote Clerk.
: ,; lealders must have had some inside information steel company in reducing prices JOO: -Orcbestraa ot Nation iba III!: 1'3X: Lot 3 Sqr. t!. Rainbow Knrlque: Csquinaldo. Jr.
OverseasReport-t-ts n arll. Bur Torch ""Y. Plat Attorney for Plaintiff
i: not known to the people of the and rejecting a wage increase, moves on Piano playnoBse-abc Book 1. Pae 1(4. apr.1C-22-Cmay7.134*.
7" Lionel Hampton Show-mba 11124 193X: Lot 4 Sqr. 42. Rainbow -
the that similar action other
United States assumption by Torch Key. Plat .
: aside from S:15-Stl.DC. Ad.nIUrw-cbs Keach. -
high government I" THK r'Rr"'T COt HT OF THE. -
industries will lower the prices and the 3.30-Cross Section tT. S. A.-cb* Book 1. Pare 14 FI.K.\K>TH JtninL ill: rK: ;
orridal'Vhatever might have been the Tbo $ympbe.y.Joor-be- Iii!) 1532.! Lot ;i Sqr. 42. Rainbow ("I IT OF THE STATE OF ....R-I AND CO

-: reason for Britain's calmness cost of living.. This, it says in effect, will result ports f ra4e -raks - f Bearh. lug: Torch Ee!. Plat IO1% .%\l. FOR MO> JDUU.. :! ._ _
j it was nonetheless .:C>>-Doctors1 Today-nb* Book 1. Par: 14. .. "'01 'T'. l\ "H"rER' -
": ) manifested 'in an increase in wages because the Horse. Race;. Dane*-cba 273K IU.t: I Sqr.i :11. ..111- Caw \*. 11- -THISE
to all the world. Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par ., -
P.ac.: l>aaco Bana-r-mba clans ( :MART MATHERRT.
: money received by workers will have 1'.. Section. !-". Plaintiff CORNER of SIMONTOH
But lej us assume that thepurpose of 4:30-JIahe. nn Way Piano for Quart.t-ttb.J"outll-Cb8 # 27317 l'U..t 2 Sqr. 7*. Poin- "-,". imORCECHARLES and FLEMING STREETS PHONE 1560-TODAY

I. the war talk in the United States to greater buying power. Obviously, if the Spon*-')laUn. -abc* J dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Par miALEN :IAYHEHtU
was .
n: Section 2-A.
I anco l
get sufficient course of events in the next year demon- tu&cTlxps-Inbs ) 7318 133. Lot 3 Sqr 7 n. Poin- ORDER OF PIBLICITION -v-vw wvwwv'w'e'v'vwwv-..-ww'www. 'wI ..
to 435- r.pt..5Dlba
Cbarch Serr. (
money put our armed .
Book 1, Par TO:
dana Mainland. -
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strates that American business leaders effectively iOO-To.Be Amaouncd--alc !I -- -- -
.: forces! on a high plane to launch a quick ct Hor Rac.t e-ctN 1J7. Section %-.\. Charles. Whalen. Mafl.rry.1.ss. .
:.31' 1 SX Lot 4 Son. :11. P inriana flogfiah.Co I
and deadly Were implement such a policy, with the .News. TreasuxILilidab. :Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par Fleet Post Of -*. - .
war. the ,
case, it Tate a i umber-Quiz'-ar.b* New York ("it,'. New YorkTna ::: .;
. *
a economic results! cited there will be "' is;. Section 2- % AM1ICA OVTtTaValOfat*
I was! j till fully justified, for Russia began some :30-Doc L Q.- .. Jr.-JIbe' 27!:* 133. Lot 3 Sqr. 7*. Poin- ar* hereby required to appearto
St. Lnula UMelcstKosto .thinn-ob.
the Kill for Ihvorre>> filed against
.. basis of fact to the argument ad- ) dana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pare OUTBOAI*!
io support flneUber.&bsTrue > 1
crawl) when she became convinced that is.. Section :-.-\. yon In the above Myled i-au. on orIxfore
lateo "iZU-ntbi
or (rpaat the lath of May .V r>
the vanced by Mr. Fairless.If !.3!' 13X Lot 4 Sqr. 7*. Pon-; day ITS TNI IW
United'States ...
"meant business. e4bw.klCobrneujavyab. 1'4'oth..ri. the anl'l'atlonllon.!
.. . ciana Mainland, plat Book 1. Page .
I tamed therein will be taken anon-
As The Citizen noted on the other hand, the industrial 1S7. Section I 2-A feeced.
at the
4 time LEGALS 27322: IU1. Lot 7 Sqr. 7 a. Poin-
when congress acceded to Forrestal's tycoons of the nation fail to cooperate to dana Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pa** Florida.!I>une and this Ordered lith day at of Ky ApriL West" A-.

;;?: stop inflation there will be little justification :\OTICK OF "%t.U-or'-nItL'w I!*.. Section 2-A. *. I'. 1S4.
: P"inclana -
wishes the warmongering tone of the Rus- B.'..... 27323 133. L-t II Sqr.Bok 1. PageliT. ClRCriT COURT SEAL)
for the advanced the TOLL' WHOM IT HAT CONCERN Mainland. Plat Roes C Sa"yer.
Han argument by
and radio became Section 2-A. :
press almost -
: apolo- : Sot!_ I* given that In the *. Clerk of Circuit Court OUTbOARD Motel
7 1oinriana -
steel executive. If. at the end of liquidation of father's estate :.::. 193X Lot S Sqr. By: Kathleen :Not tare. --
I getic. While the press and radio still were company the huKiness known my a* "RAUL'S Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par I>**>ut\' Clerk. Se. i aowfO

Z. anti-United States, their blatant denunci- the year, the cost of living does not move BAR.""'e..t.located Florida at 42:along SmIth with* Lane.Key all. 117.:::SeetionA.:;; 1SX: Lot. III Sqr. 7 a. Poln- Attorne Enrique>Erquinaldo.for PlaintiffaprlC3SmayS.194S Jr. 'S h's truly rvmorkebW Yew

:: tions ceased altogether. Truman no longer downward in response to what the industrialists stork in trade furniture and fitinren. dana 117. SectIonA.Mainland. .Plat Book I. Pat : I won't beWva iI.unti yc. Me A.H't .
rood *t.Ul.| Hernand fran-
:r* was compared to Hitler no longer undertake to do, the stage will rhlites Is herewith offered for ante..k.ercted 25IJ3; : 1)31. L..t 1 !''1r. 3-. Polsciana \ : CIne motor tKot does what
; was . Mainland. Plat Book :. Pare i':
t id InVIted to th\ : it wowW
> ri> are you always tnowgf
: the United States denounced undoubtedly be set for a strike in the steel rntnmanlcate with the undersicnvdor J:4. $..-tion (.
as getting 5454 1S3X! lao 2 Sqr. 3;;. Poinriana 1-s : tokerwomofootodo.ltcorriMyou
with his Julius F.
t ready to try to destroy Russia and her satellites industry. Moreover, if the profits of the Stone Jr. Naturally attorney.the Kale.. will 1... Section Mainland(. plat Book 1. i'ir- Let Us Help You I : over IS* ..-ofH at .*)..
Ito the hiffhept and beat c* h bid
: ) ; no longer were base lies drummed I corporation increase because reduced prices der and will toe nubjert to tbe approval 25455; U:::. Lot :3 Sor. 35; Poinciana L I that take your breath away

_;: up out of nothing. I are not far-reaching enough, there will
Administrator of the Rotate 2>45( 133.: Lot 4 !'=ftr. 33. Poln- : crawling mile-Oft-hour troKrig.
\: The Russian press and radio stopped be ample justification 'for the steel workers of Rasp PeTaL Sr.. orOTICB ciau ;M-inland plat B OWI.: I. I'ag I A : b' ft*n*w MARTIN MOOS

warmongering and dropped into whining at the end of their contract to demand I y--II."U....a'ed. I:25457 t.; Section;; 133.(. L..t 3 S-ir. 3.*. P..in-. Estimates Given pwS S . ftocd-proof. apwHcr-proof

that Russia had been maligned; that Russia substantial wage increases or go on a I riana 114. Section)Jajnl *n". PUt book 1. Par Asphalt Tile'Rubber Tile : : . instant fartvtg. .lH. spar*

% OF PROBtTBTHK II t S Lang p.-fo.__. .....
did strike. 1532 13X Lot 1 Sor. 24( Poin- MG' II
-. not want war-with I'OJ rot.Tt Jt iM.rr: 5-Ut HT. Cork TU
any country that Book I. Par.
; MONHOIOIT1.. -. 'T'TK OF clans Mainland. Plat $1 a tevouhoricry NW priItefpIe
Russia was anxious to live at with all .4.FLOHlUA 174. Section 1. Plastic Floor Tile '* . .
peace Estate ofCARK1K 22S<4 I3X Lot 2 Sqr.i 24'. Poin- I Plastic Wall Til* I i : schc.wcaly.goas1o4
the world. It i is easy enough to plan a million OLilSTED.. riana Mainland. Plat hook i. H-r .Broadf.1Js.Capello ,! Ig- : popped rorvnf

Yes, it was well and fortunate for the dollars; the execution of the plan is what The'" State of Florida l ecea to ed.All PerronsIntereMed I 174.%:t Section(;; .*n.I. Lot :3 Sqr. 24*. Poinclana Wool Rugs !I -- S MARTIN .... yea ..."y.

United delays the fortune.. in the E!'tate of said I Mainland. Plat Book 1. Pap Acoustic Ceilings I : thing yi wetId. 01"""'" d.I .
States to show Russia: it "meant I>eoe lent: 174. Section 1.
You are hereby notified that a 22"* 1932. Lot 4 !i : business. written instrument purportIng to Mainland Plat Book 1. Par Formisa for Sinks. I : pu) rnany IwfMy&cKn
AIRCRAFT AND RAILROADS h the La.t Will and Te..tament of 174. Section 1.
nald decedent has been admitted to 22 tn 1533. Lot 5 Sor.i 24(. Poin- Counters. Tables <**> feature
'-- probate in said Court. dana Mainland. Plat Book I. Pare Floor Sanding and I
RADIO BACKING DOWN Many aircraft builders failed to make Tou are hereby commanded within 174. Scetlon 1. Deed Book F:. Pare Refinisbings Thompson

alt: calendar month from the (I-
.. profits in 1947.Railroads date of the Urn publication of thl. %;:n 153. Lot I Sqr. 2:':. Poin- I 1 .elV

.; Switching to the radio problem a wise haven't done well either. show notice raure.tn appear if any in raid you Court can. why and cuna 174. Section Mainland.' C. Plat Book 1. Page Modern floors & Tile, Enterprises, S*} ItfvHai. .

paragrapher. notes that 'the the action nf raid Court in admitting 252S4 133. Lot 2 Sqr :::. Poin- rt' ... qr
reason for a American steamship companies have ; aid Will to probate rhould not rlana Mainland. Plat Rook l. Par _ _ _

lump in radio sets is due to the fact that made the poorest records of all. stand(SEAL unrevoked. ..2.. 23i Section 1533.*- Lot :3 Sqr. 23.: Poin- J. L. CATES t -Inc.i .- .

more people are saving money to buy television Roads and highways have expandedand Raymond R. Lord. County Judge. dana Mainland.. Plat Book I. Pane!; Flooring Contractor i 'Yi
4 llonroe Coonty. Florida. I:.. Section 6. 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
sets. Let's hope that looking is bet- offered real opportunities for passen- By (It) Acn.'lIIar.. Clerk. 2623 13X Lot 4 Sqr. :::. Poin- PHONE 1S93 HARDWVRR DlMSHiN "
First publication oa April ::J. colaDa Mainland. Plat Book 1. Par i\

ter than most of the listening. ger cars trucks and other vehicles. l48.apr.330tnay714.l$45.. 174. Section .. 0 Telephone 83S X-r W.... nL
; 252J7 1423. Lot S S<}r. 23. Poin-
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f FRID**:-..:1M7.1948 '. THE KEY WEST"CITIZEN -- --- :-:=-..:.S PAGE--THREE

*. According to'Navajo
'I lids, a .person whglvesia. 'a' dian family'asa bad dream, the ,

6. HAUNTED HOLIDAY r ; '. house died(will where himself another die. pennon. n;; had. ; wrllbtNlamily often" will; .move.. its

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LBy Cameron Dockery t : I IA f .,. .*. >

N.wsr-rtt i iI of t

Chapter 18 ''my"reputati on him more than for him. Gawd if Miss-i Sophie
pEBBLES slid and crunched be onc ." *
gets wind of it! j FOLLQ.KSREMOfAL.
neath their boots as Vince and "W n. if Hugh was at the Johanson didn't tell her that ,
r Johaiwon trudged alone the Olands all da he couldn't have it would make no difference to
tide killed Sophie/ |
line toward Sophie now. is'-
hiving the Oland farm. Since Johanson's reply to that was. a: '.u they find Hugh or he re ; ':
the house the Investigator noncommital snort* "' turns here. I want him brought '
had been stuck in a morose silence They had arrived at the Olands to the -house' immediately." 'I i :
but now he pointed at a V forma clearing. A narrow planked walk Johanson pointed out "Is that' .
tion of ducks silhouetted against led up to a one-story house whichseemed dear Mrs Oland :. j' : ,
the somber sky. badly in need of repair "Sure I get you."She snickered I i :
--I.ook at that Bonnay' yet the precise rows of corn and with obvious relief and waved J :
fljrinx south Tt"alth."b cabbages either side of it were towards the woods. "Why don't "'
already '
Well well-cultivated and the grazing you:take:the short cut. it'$'easier
you're Johanson. rm afraid trio of cows fat and sleek.The walkin'. ." :
." another victim of Mannley's. front door was wide but as they 1 i
approached it slowly swung shut THEY lapsed into a silence ;
stone Johanron jrrunted and sent a and a window curtain was lifted only 'fcy the soft pad i
1. The skipping across the water. surreptitiously."Evidently of their feet on the moss-carpeted SAtE
more of that the Olandj are not traiL The visibility was poor and >
a' the I he "
gun the
wonder why subtle type Johanson said Vince almost fell to his knees *
wasnt murdered lone ago. Every and knocked.In when his foot caught on a loose '
member of his family certainly a moment a blowzy woman object He cursed in exaspera- ,
had a motiVe""Except in a soiled dress appeared: she tion. :
stared and pushed back a strandof "Turn ankle"
Julia VInce cor- your Johanson j
retted. sun-bleached hair.'"What you came back to his side. :
.. "She had the most obvious want" she drawled. '"No. but I found something Now :On
son of all-money." rea- "We've"come to see about Hugh look at this." I '
Mannley Johanson informed Together they examined the .
"Julia has her
own inheritance her r
expensive jacket
Mannley was just her legal "He isn't here an rm in the Johanson turned his pocket flashlight ,
guardian. middle of doin' my wash." I on the labeL "Brooks Bros. !
Johanson shot him an ironical "Mrs. Oland" the investigator I Honolulu T.H." he read aloud
glance "1 .went through his paperL said sternly. "We are the police. and glanced at Vince sharply. II
Bonnay. Julia didn't inherit We know that Hugn was brought "Recognize this. Bonnay*" ENDS
so much-about fifty thousand sere last night after a murder Vince nodded. "Yes. it's the i .
but with both Mannley and was committed. By hiding him one Hugh was wearing yester- I I
'Sophie dead and Hugh wen cowi- you' are making yourself liable day. '
pus mentis, she stands to come to. arrest. The naval officer searched the 4
into a fortune." Her porcine eyes widened _"I sides of the trail while Johan on II I SATURDAYNIGHT

'aBut Julia...Julia couldn't ." knew it was"wrong! I told. Arne' Continued his examination of the I
not tGdo !
Whv not* She's very attractive Johanson it tone was amazingly right jacket"There's cuff" he announced blood on tn-the '
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well as I agree do that, but you you can't know Judge as you patient?" "What did they pay me umphanMy' 'That cinches it for I I'I 1

a criminals insides by his out- I -
sides." "Twenty dollars. "Why* He could have scratched ,
"A "Who brought him here?" his hand on these wild*" black-
ago you were convinced "Berme._my son Bernie. Miss berries." I
the murderer WiLl Hugh told him Mr. *
Vince argued. Sophie Hugh was "Or, being unfamiliar with a
sick. she pointed significantly to meat skewer stuck himself Well
don't The Investigator shrugged. "1 her head with a damp soapy finger Bonny I'm through fooling I '
know. Everyone insists he' "and that seeing the policeand around . a5 soon as we get
had quite harmless but restored he hearing all the excitement back to the house I'm sending I J SENSATIONAL
a shock that
his would make him w orse." Bates info town for the Sheriffs
memory Wouldnt it be logical "Well where is he? We'd like bloodhound They'll get him."
..tor.1m to blame Mannley and to see him." Vince had a vision of Hugh'sface
for hIS Predicament Mrs. Oland's hands twisted her contorted in childish terror. REDUCTIONS
h.tf Julf."d have no reason. to apron nervously "He ain't here. "Man. you can't do that! Julia ; ;
He disappeared this mornin' I .
said he was scared to death of .
'A.J maniac. doesn't need a reason forgot to lock his door after givin' dog!"
51. why I'm having Julia him breakfast. "That's too bad." Johanson's f .
carded from now on-she may Dismay ran through Vince like voice was wearily merciless. "Ha ar -
.In line for aU we know. an electric current. "When did he may be a class A murderer-we _
m Dr. Zendro from I i'POLLOCK'S I
fettute leaveMusta can't take any more chances with
Sat examine: Hugh; he's a been around eleven.: him." I
noted psychiatrist and IVe staked Arne and Bernie are still lookin'i (T. be conUoctdJti' ; ;

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?. ]the Driftwood Bar Front streetA 400.000 miles in the interest ofI .rsaea __
Know America) V514'Pv-h-st.
bartender was arrested in the his candidacy in the May 21 Ore- ,Key West, Fla.
.1774-William Bainbridge j Driftwood last week on a chargeof I. gon primary. Dewey is fighting '

irm-d naval commander in theuar selling liquor to a minor.,-,. I hard .to stop Harold Stsssen'from uOI\'E OF KEY 1TESr$ OtJ)EST JEJT'ELERS"i;
with ,
Tripoli in 1812 "the Armando Alfonso proprietor of gaining the state's Republican: i
fattier of naval construction.". the Silver Dollar Bar 109 Duval
i I delegates lo the national .
bum lB Pt4na 1'to ,,N iE'd ksuect4-.Hi* w fei..Vras+ arrested tion. __._ ._ .. ., .. .-.t ._, ,-- . _.;-.--_ '
JuJ y 27, 1t 833.- (last week charpecP'VltEr' seeing !

1 12 Sidney Dillon the oonr |liquor between 6 and 9 .pjn. j TO INVESTIGATE FCC BELDNERrs -
Lay who became financier-bud
which is contrary to a city. prdi-
i WASHINGTON. The Moose ,2 .
dcr of the Union Pacific Rail nance. .
road bun at Noithampton, N. Y, un-American Affairs committee
Jack of CeriJ'
.. Elisa proprietor has announced that the Federal
Dim lur 9 1692.1826Varina |
$ Bar, Duval street A ..bar.i SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY :
Howell Davis % Communications Commission is to

lojal wile of the Confederate tender Bar wa for anested.last selling liquor week to inCecil's a'11 I be investigated by the group to .. -
President vibe X! latter life was f determine whether there is a
full ot bitter trials born near minor.. j 1"red"" tint in the FCC. The invesgation -
the have instructions
Natchez Miss. Died Oct. 16. ISOdI 'Hereafter police was started when Ed Lamb :
to arrest the proprietors TeC 'k
i = Oft-Joseph G. Cannon longtime I. of Toledo was given an FCC li. I
of saloons whenever they
! Illinois congressman and cense to broadcast. Members Cf t
: find the laws being violatedm
Speaker, born in Guilford Coun- (the unAmericancommittee
ty. N. C. Died Nov 12. 19264lM II their places of business said { cused Lamb of being a aC'1
City Manager Spalding. "Theywill
&,<100 'years ago) Fannie also arrest bartenders as I or at least a communist %
Stone Newberrv. Michigan author thizer. This charge has been I 4eyig
well the for
as proprietors
whose "The ,Wrestler of strongly denied by Lamb.
PhiLppt" sold a million copies. the laws. I
'The city would not be able to
born at Monroe, Mich. Died Jan. STILL WINNINGJERUSALEM.The
revoke a license if the police w

24,11942.':184 -(100 yean ago* Edwin merely proprietors arrest are bartenders.responsible The for Jews today claimed two more Palestine victories I ts -

Warfield. Baltimore banker,.gOY-I I I what their bartender do. They both over Arab strongholds WOMAN
ernor 'of Maryland. I are the men I want to see broughtinto i between Nazareth and the; Sea of I
born in Howard Co Md. court i Galilee. Seventy cases.of typhoid

March 31. 1920. i .tag "I have advised the saloonmenthat have been reported in one Arab 'i! .1 I,LOVE . .
FRIDAY. MAY -_ violations of the laws will city by the British.

not be tolerated. As soon as I can -. .I1{ MY : MOTHER
;. THIRTY YOUNG get enough evidence against sa-t .-. -,. 0I ;->" -..

,. (Continued r-um Page One) loons I'm going to see what can "" .

dance in SL Philip's parish house, be done about revoking the licenses -( ,. <. n
in their honor. of them." t 1 Gifts forMothers

Sunday morning they will attend Mark Duffy. proprietor of Duf-

the 7.30 mass. followed by fv's Tavern. Division street was I J J11A I DaytffIr.

a'breakfast. At 130 P. M. Regis- also arrested early this morning ; -. -
tration will start followed by a charged with o operating a juke BASIS OFf

board meeting and then the regu-I box after midnight lie was released <
lar business. At the under bond of $15 for appearance ;iSE .

the t'yneeting a banquet will beheld I' in court later today. eyeCORRECTION f",

f6r ,all visiting Leagues in I' Lawrence Martell proprietor o t '.--") : \
theta tem Deanery which will Club 116, Green street was arrested "1
b*'some three hundred girls and I for operating a juke box ? \
1 boys coming from as far as West I after midnight ycsterdav He was, I .l I "
Palm Beach. Fla. i iJ fined $;) and costs in City Court. Over 15 years ago a remarkable muscle- I J. .
balancing method straightening cross a! I' .
J Those from SL Paul's eyes was discovered.Since then the sound .
I attending the meeting are as follows i British administration of the ness of the Reconstruction Method has been I I .
: Mvrtlanrt Cates Jr_ Deanery island of Cyprus began in 1878when prevWt by complete$UCtes ani' over 7,003 I : i s ..yi
President Betty Lord. Joan England leased the island. eases embracing ill ages degrees of .
Lon Eugene Sweeting. Barbara from the Turkish empire. cross eyes. Startling results are achievedin i \
incrediblyshort time-usually in i
Joe an
Sweeting. z

Crusee.Thompson Galey Jr., Henry Gardne- The Canadian pulp and paper one loved visit one m or ONE friend DAY a great Do favor a handicapped. . send 11i''T" .

Margante Smith, Milton Bazo industries supply 80 per cent of us their name.ang they wild receive; wnt- I
Sylvia Smith. Charles Lord. Judy all newsprint for U. S. news out otlisatiott information whicS may (I 1\

Doughtry. Patsy Jon Threlkeld.Harrison. papers.Of change' the whole course: of their life. ': ; \

Charles Auxier. _
Ed- tOft BOOKUT wm FUlt taform tn on .
Elsie Curry. Betty Weech. the record 1947 wheat crop: rtlCC Ibis Hen Profit Institution VTntc- I (
Stewart. I .
ward Gardner, of 1.3 billions bushels. Kansas clogs ITJ \ :

Kermit Betty Ramsey Sweetin Betty. Anne Louise Ro- produced more than one-filth._ toll GWt""IUfG-A, .HOUOA \ \" ;

Wel- .J. \
beits. Pete Fernandez, Ann 1 .

Ions. James Sheppard.i being chaperoned THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI at-PO1jL71 R'PRICES : Iic ; '.

This group Mr. and Mrs. ..., ,.
by Myrtland Gates. Judge and Mrs Located in lie Heart of the',City ." t ; ,
Raymond Lord will also accompany RATES WRITE or WIRE IikiBELDNER'S



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TK iiTiuur'UJSPRIHIUUf hotel hotel Hotel 521 DUVAL STREET

6C HoE. 3rd SL 225 HoE. 1st Ave. 29 HE.. Ist Aye \
80 Rooms 100 Rooms Opposite Strand Theater I
r- C k Jt.'llt 80. Rooms
.. Elevator Elevator
., Solarium. Heated PHONE 1133


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.: II't. DEFENSE FORCES Dance To Be TonijWhafs .

'for the ,Achrti.erKATKS PROGRAM SI'ONS | 1
4l1fUlfl llmltlf l UnnUllntMllt ,
s (: TTFE .ytn.Bt for elaasified advertisements I FRIDAY --0::'" DANCE FOR
is Invartably in advancer but 9:00 ilL 5:00 P.AL-Sewing I RJ
Advrrtlwmrnt under -thin head regular advertisers with ledger ac- Doingat t tI
'a- a ... will be inserted in The Citizen fct coyt may hare their ad,ertlsemeDtii Machine, Typewriter, Writing I OF LOCAL
morale of 2c a word for each in- charred. ,Room. Showers.
: t vertinn. but tbe minimum Charge f>>r rCLICLTIOS DEADLISE'e 1 J I, r 1'SATURDAYPO thf
t the first li words or less Is :3B ". .Tv insure rubll U".. copy most GAMZATION TOLD .
: . The .ate for blarbfaee tree t. :c a be iw rl'be f' tlscn office beq.e j PJII., -. ));00 PJIL-Picnic. ARMED SERVICES I .
: "word and the minimum charge foro'clock* in the nrornlnff of the day .
Fishing (slen UD in advance). Y.M.C.A.
al a support of
e the first li words is tie. _; of publication.. ( !I
: ;: ".i. SUNDAY Square. Whitehead
Jackson is evident
I f r Htrsiawe Society isI
1 ii 0:30 ir0.A.M. Communion
: coat ".!'!&;'Ali '**, ert! !n* U Iccepted,vodtr the rollowlite conditions: Inline.vnt :I I = Breakfast White and Southard Streets I 11 at GI ...u.?rs for the pall "

t' .rsa,4 >* .of:(|-rvr in ilTertlnlngtransient or N'ntract.Tb. Citizen will bee Hat Club U. S. Sub Base -aJDaJmJlll lIlI&llIDlil"ItI1'--- AI I heM sMUftbt at the Ota CI i
..: f responsible only for the first Insertion in ClaMlfted .,"""._...and la' '
I o '1. I IM..lar 4dtertlsia K for o.ly: the actual am uDt.c.t space occupied by: the (2nd Sunday). Friday I the new air-condiUoned IraAmog
: f part of the advertisement where the erro ? 1:00 PM. 7:00 P.J.I.-Fis.hing
.! .o.r.cur 8:30 P.M.. Bridge, Pinochle and: time whose
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. .. . . . Trip (sign
;., ;: .. -. - - - ,- I up Movies. !! available at this time ale .
Information services, housing.
FOa SALE A. Maitlandi
Saturday j and Mrs.
'. city
: : ( maps. i
.. Religious literature library, I 8:00 P.M.-Movies. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter HIrdenI
: t. Truck driver, scmi-tractor'traiJcr, 1 Motes'' !' Experience necessary. Good man Pew Citizen Bide. phone announced at the Cteb.
, mailing packages, railway ex- 1 Norbrrg Thompson... MrJ&4
WI pay and chance for -advance- 5L marl5-U service laundry pick-up- Sunday
> mcnt Apply in person. Ca- available press to all defense forces 9:45 A.M.-Java Club, discussion !' Mrs Caaby Chambers,

brera Wholesale*Grocery.may73tx. FOR RENT and their families. Group. W puce. Rep. and

MRS. E.. S. COUGHLIN, 11:00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH ; ppy. Mr. and Mrs. kll
,, 4-bedroom furnished home onlarge Parties." : Mr. and Mrs. Albert .
Executive Secretary.
Dell boy. Overseas HoteX 91'7' / lot in good residential'section'.for MISS HILDA CASTILLO.Se 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections ; and Mrs George Mills .
Fleming Street.' : may7-tf period of 6 months I announced. ; and Mrs. Glynn Archer.
i <-retary.'
,t from-,April 15th. Johnson andJohnson ':00 P. Fellowship Hour oa Mrs. U. J. Del* d.x Mi .

\ HELP WANTED FEMALE' .; mayl-tf If after the large feathers have the Patio. Community Staging J, J. Trevor. Mr and )' Mri
Moreno at
I Beatrice win Trevor. Mrs W. F.
t : ; been picked from waterfowl or
-f space Piano. Mr
Storage: =nraU b1e. Red Mrs. Nora Smiley.
Stenographer, preferred, with birds the bird is soakedin
game '
Brick 10:00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. Mr
> .Garage for storage furnitgTe Stewart Hicks. and
some bookkeeping experience;' ,. ;.or >mmcrciaL. For information time well, salted water for will a short 1 Camera Club meets each ey KM, Ilk and Mr N...
Good salary and hours Apply % the pin come
,> Phone. 793l i Thursday at 8:00 P. M. Reid Mr. Paul Barron. Dr ...
t..., P .in person, Cabrera Wholesaler ; out easily. Girls' S
G. S. 0. meetings ( r-
; :. .i.... .Grocery. bt y'7.3tx; ";! :. *1V: -. maytfBusiness There 10.000smiles of fishing I, vice Organization), every 2sd Mrs. "Aubrey'" Wand Hamilton Mrs JSi.Sgott fa.
; are
: place. 6R Fleming and 4th Monday. Polio* Mrs. Harriet W_
:. ; + -tSPO\ { O . J . Street-) (downstairs). Suitable streams -in U.S: national | Game Room: Chinese CHeck- Captain and Mrs. Oliver. SdMa
:; :! :.. .for'office, shop etc. Phone 51. i; ers chess, cards, ping-pong pool, Capt. and )Irs Tn -".
': "' Leaving for Pittsburgh. Pam Monday ;.* -....- .''" : -. apr26tf1'w MISCELLANEOUS i writing desks, library, clirfratmander and Mrs. Dick. Mr .-
C morning. May, 10:< Will 1 magazines, various, table games' Carleton )Ii.
Mrs Guy
: .. take one or tw'o passengers '' o'uses/.ob ElizabethStreetcompletely ; etc. ROM. Mr. and Mrv
Washers-- and
irons vacuums
Share expenses; Earl Hathaway, Showers tennis rackets. gob
: ; ,St. 1 Francis Street may7'ltxFOR furnished. No chil- fans repaired. O'Briant. Phone clubs, fishing lines, camera,, Otto. Cap and Mrberaer. afi
jdrefi. np pets Apply 1000 Du- 1164-M. mayltfFor service, film service Capt. and
val .Street, 'upstairs. checking smith. Dr. and Mrs Fr
x SALE-REAL ESTATE i packages,.
and wrapping
mailing .
. T Muuue Port** Hmn
may36txFurnished guaranteed plumbing and re- receiving messages, phone booths,, . Miss
... or pairs. Free estimate. CaD Capt. and Mrs. Call HiJ* L Mr
For any kind of property in Key three .and one-half John Curry 512 Margaret St., :stamps. railway SERVICE express PERSON. and Mr. Fred
available to
West be it home hotels motelsor bedroom house. Available until Phone 781. mayl-tf and Mr Tracy \
business locatiops, contact .'February 1st. -1126 Von i-.MEL. -Director. and Mrs. Lee' Ebt-rh..tI
: Paul Boysen 626 Fleming St, : Lesleigh
Phone 153. apr24l2txFOR sEhiater. .Street may5-3tx Drafting and designing by a lj I Gerald Pinder-Program Di'i -. has Henuncway.
I graduate architect at reasonableprices Frank Buey. M

-;, .' lipoat.artmentk1 an, airy di- i Homes, store fronts in- I Beverly rector. Buchanan. .... Mr. and Mr... Cni Mar...il,
SALE-USED CARS *rect on' beach, private entrance, teriors. Bobby Anne George,'I'j Doreen Cruz InformatioeDesk I Comdr. and Mrs Wm rfcaam
Lt. Comdr. and Mrs R. E. BtaveH. -
private v lavatory and shower. Phone 156W. may4-5tx Aide.
41 Ford convertible coupe super 3-roonv apartment clean airy, ; Mr. and Mr JotuihM
deluxe A-l condition. Apply' direct Jbn beach, sleeps 4. private LOST The Virginia-Tennessee staU. JKk,nn. Col. and Mr H I PIer

M-5 Ft. Taylor. may5:4tx bath and entrance. 3-room . line runs along the middle of tin and KiM Gertrude LaubKi t.

houSe:-ct a airy with nice Brown zipper billfold containing 1 main business thoroughfare o([ This w byN/ means a lot i(

t Privately-owned 1939 Chevrolet appointments, 2'3 blocks from sum of money and identification -! Bristol and the city is claimed Tig;r thwe who have bought tirkrtl a
two-door sedan excellent condition '.beach. Phone_ 605-W between papers. Finder keep money -. both states. advance manly tNucc tu art

ci, new engine.. lacquer 5r> %wenings or -Ini person at return identifications to SOS::1 acting as patron ,
paint, and tires. Can be seen ( Beatrice Moreno erS
1124 .Wttitehead Street. Margaret Street. may 6-3t.: j When Thomas Jefferson wai i
after 6 p.m. at Tony's Auto may7-2tx : running for election as President talented ensemhliwih pb' **
>> Body Shop 603 Greene St.l Blue and white Rollfast lady':* great fear of him was manifesto I dancing.... Fred HemaMK. n.

l=1 ; '. . may -6t I l WANTED TO.RENT. bike. Serial No. C-032139. License -, among Northern Federalists win mane agent with hll'" +Ms
:s No. 965. Left in front ol r firmly believed that he was littfc play lor ", au. r

1 ; 1941 Chevrolet 2-dwo.--s&" p.1 Rcf6re.May,15th, Single woman. Stower Music Store Duval]I better. than Antichrist, pcumi U, he a M
-$675.' 14 Jlcst Bea. K niay64ti pejrn>?rnent,.!'eSJ\kJlt nteds coN -% St e\'FTld Y. April 23.'Find er I famwlnt. svot m
\ e 1531-R. tagT-';or>apartment with one please return to 1306 Virginis I ; The transportation os oil h- entertainment Th

bedroofi. .'Mjaxjihym. rent $50. Street or call Phone 1448-J. Ret . water QF. ar. in the 18WI > m tz: alit ...*.

,_; -' *1946- Plymouth good tYinditionr : (CBUM194-R.between. 5-7 p.m. ward. may7- ]. United, Ste'.es. will be availaHi r. el'- -*
162-C Poinciana. na6- b - - -
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WANTED TO BUY I rfrj t. N .\ wife, two small
1 chiiIren:*Moderate rent. Tele- Another Shipment Has Arrival
National Geographic magazines. phbhe 9132. may 5-3tz
Any month or year. Also Readers I .

Digest years 1940-41-43.- i FOR RENTROOMS
brarian. Convent MaryImmaculate. -

Phone 367. may7-t i
I Light housekeeping rooms. $5.00
to 15.00 per \\'e k.111 William -
Two or three lots together.. Must Street may4-lmo
be high ground.and ';sonablt'. o"A

On Stock Island or Key West.- OVERSEAS HOTEL

Phone .i56, evenings;y or 917 Fleming; Street

S. rnay7-2tx. C Weekly Rates
8.00 'to $10.00 the
FOR SALE '$12.00 to $15:00 with Bath I

Specfal Rates to Service Men i
House next to Citizen office on I apr29-tf I

Greene. Street.'It MJSbe removed I p
or torn down lor salvageof Lovely, well ventilated 1t

lumber. may4-6t Ideal for summer \' roorru-I
beach. Special low
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Motorola. auto radios to fit all cars. rents. Beach Guest House 1323

t. from $42.50up.. Completely in White Street.
C ,
: stalled.; Bridge Radio.650: NW may'7-8-13-1"-I5-Stx

s ; 5th St., Miami. may 1-1 mo I s

t ; White outside paint, white enamel -

$2.75 gal. Doherty & Co t Furnished apartment, 3 rooms 1 1 tc'

.' 846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call I and bath. Maid and janitor
1597. mayl-tf service, linens and utilities

furnished. Summer rates. Cor-
Double Hollywood bed, Simmons l I al Hotel Apartments, oppositePost
mattress practically new. 132) Office.' apr28-10t ( etc O1'
South Street. may63tx8ft.
I All new furnished apartment
G.E. refrigerator, $:OO. 500-C jalousicd porch. electric refrigeration -

Poinciana. mayl-6tx hot waver, C30.00 per
month. 1301 Division Street

White taffeta net formal size 13. Pine Plaza Apartments.
Worn once. Phone 1523-R. may6-tf
ma 5-3 tx
I Efficiency apartments. all utili-

3-bodroom House, newly furnish-I ties furnished. Adults only. Also No k efol

ed, all-electric' sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 : iy K 1 Tax
Staples Ave. mayo-6tx I double. Stutz Hotel. 410 4
ing Street Flem'I'I :

. 1942 super de luxe Ford conver'l) V. \ ; S ,I IgXt
tible. Apply 1321 Furnished apartment 1103 Pc- ttbSQO 'I .
second floor, left entrance. I tronia Street. No children. SONS z S : I'

\\M> :: ,.j. i . mayS-3tx may7-ltx : -- -
Plumbing supplies:, complete Furnished apartment hot water.
.- ,' ? slock. Plastic tile paints and electric refrigerator. One or I

.,:. ;, r : bruihes. Murray's Plumbing. two people. $65.00 monthly.Johnson I k I : $ 1
1532 .N.W. 62nd Street Miami. 1214 Duval St. Phone ; ito

Fla. Phone 7-3421. may t-tf 1040-XM. ma7ltxI

Bargains in sheets pillow cases. Furnished apartment adults. All 1

". bcd.pi'eads. bath sets curtains I conveniences., Phone &53.

tablecloths dresses, skirts, slips mav;-2txI
etc. Save 20'. to 30'. R.
Russell. 503 William St. Newly furnished upstairs apartment Weekly Payments Arranged ,.y y
831-R and goods will bebroughtto I electric kitchen. near Key I I

you, on approval. I West High School. Adults. no i S3.00 Down and Sl.OO Per Week

may' -tx pets. Rent $75.00 monthly. i! TIIEBEACHCOMBER

I Write Box TC, care of Citizen.

Large baby carriage excellent I may73txI r
condition. $22.00. Telephone j I i I !
1303-W. ma>'7-3tx ;| Furnished apartment. electric

i I kitchen linens furnished two ; JE\1ELEItS IMrOKTEHS
Baby swing and bathinette. MakeS blocks from beach. For couple
II I 614 DuTal Street PHONE 532 Key West. nondar
offer. Apply D-2, Ft Taylor. I only.Phone 753-M. L

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opIT :: 718 DUVAL STREET .PHONE. 1000 : WE REPAIR 1'TI : : : : POOR OLD CRAIGService
EkctricsalC ,
909 Situonton St. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS. ,If I t Is WESELLITI I . .
: Ownership Management : ,
I of BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action Toys for the..Children f, > We Will Call For aid Delher WHITE STAR :. Station :
: / SO Years Experience>la Electrical: Work : : : PHONE IlK .I.:
Serving . + ; SEE OUR Electrical : a ; CLEANERS J. H BRADY. Manager :.
i .BREAKFAST. 8 to 11 SHOWING of Appliances ., Frauds and Division Steeets S

: .LUNCHEON, 11:30 to 2 ...............ee......--;......**............... .f.LCQ/.J.. 211 Duval Street: :. : Marco 701 DUVAL.......J STREET,. Pr ev. : :: Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :
1 : DINNER. 5 to 8:30 :... ..... : .ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 :. GASOLINE Coaler"eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeveeeee
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1 utCVO _i ; At All Hours : : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. .... PRITCHARD '. : ': and Pressing24HOUR : : ; AUTO AND : :.
Try Our Frozen : : : l :
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:. TROPICAL DRINKS : : ,: ?<* : : Free Pick-Up ODd BODY SHOP : j
: Open Daily and Sunday, : : fee Cream Proprietary Medicin* tr :.c-i. FUNERAU. : DRY GOODS) ,.. Delivery Service : : 603-05 GREENE: STREET : ..:
[.:iItifr. : 8 A.M. to Midnight ; ; Sick Room Supplies School Suppliest : : : .' ': : SUITS for MEN : $45 $55 :
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MIX TILL 9.00 P.M. Operators :
.nd'SAT. APPLIANCE Contractor : .: : : :
the MON. Service Soft Water i7.* Cxdosrvalt ::.

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: : Key West Garden & Lawn Supply When You Want Salon :
'-Mr.Pa PRICE TOURS : : : ,: __ Frances Beauty
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Mrs.tier. : PassengerReprcarnutirea Full PET .SUPPLY line : On Old dew Floor CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : : : 1010 GRINNELL STREET :

: : : : Guarantee Work Modern Methods : : SOUVENIRSCONCH : : Phases :
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man. : forFLORIDA : : Full t GARDEN SUPPLY LineCourteous : : : :
: SHELLS : Permanent Scalp Treatments
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I mere entilebldgs : TOP SOIL $5,50 PER YARD .. Sl.OO PER SACK : ;: *" f l :
: .household : MARL$ULiD.: $5030 for 4 YARDS : Will Ship to Any Port : "SouthernmostHouse in :
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: FLCMXHO STREET : : .ffoeb.Allanlo... Mutual Fire "Insurance Co. : : Also LOts Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable* :. : of U S. or Canada : :. 1400. Duval Street Telephone 13HA A : 'liJ' ,
ffill Raw *f Le Coach Hotel :. :.. onal AU Policies Noa-Ass.uabt. : :: : : Marcy S. Palacio 1 ; : .Expert Hair.Tinting.Permanents!Hair.CuttingPersonalized StylingvCorectire //- .(j : 1'\\
bVhfnt : Save! 15 SV on : 1021 Olivia St. ,
PHONE 124 :_ : Mercantile J. L. Crusoet A g t. Phone 674 GUFIIflI: PHONE 801IIS : : 401 South Street : : Faciala V L7*"J : ..

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Hide the Bus to theCOLF : : I : : la Permanent ; :.
: COURSE ... Phone. 1013 : Open Daily and Sunday : :- Sale Waves . :
Daniels.Prop. :
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: : : Motor Scooters : SERVING tl* Lease : Beauty :
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1H 1 : S: .. Sales and Service Immediate Delivery Also A la Carte and Sandwiches :S Rentals :. S: Colony I ''Ii
1 : BICYCLE. :: ...---------REASONABLE........................PRICESENRICHED ................*.. .: ManagementImprored and Vacant ; S21 SouthardStreet :

1 :. Buddy Seat if" Rental Senice ......................................eeeeeINSURANCE .. : r West : Next to Southernmost :
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.. Key West I Insurance. : : S19 Whitah..St : : Y I Phase of
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run PHONE 171 : Phone 124 and .B

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I.: WASHING MACHINE Entire Douse with : P.M. Appointments are
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: Must Be : : i. OFFICE : from Senior Students of -,-
.: Our Customers : : pubbc by 'C'w I
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: RepairingMECHANICS ; ; Satisfied __ INLAID LINOLEUM : TheSouthernmost .
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I :S................................................................:......................... : EXPERTLY INSTALLED i : PHONE RO. 1 : :: of Beauty Culture I"j ::
Factory Methodsby TELEPHONE 1434 FOR ESTIMATE : i : : 523 So u Chard Street l /1 ::
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TralaedMen DRUM BAR and : : : There are a number available with over 860 hours .
ABC MAYTAG Key West : : TILL ; :. of state approved instruction who know the latest' : :
q'M OR E SPEED i : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : 5 f 5 PorterAllenCompany .: : phases in beauty culture. These student bratit eraar, .:
QUEEN and Others PHONE S112 : S under expert supervision of a licensed teacher....... of': ::
825 DIVISION STREET : beauty culture do good work at very 'low Although 1
".hltl'! Wringer, Hull ...w. Deliver" : : Floor Covering C. : : : appointments are not required. it is advisable. :
For Appointment Stop at
: 6 Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : FLORITA : : : SOUTHARD ST., PHONE 537 :
WEST. : 523 or
4 : THE TRADERS :. :. Packaged Goods : .:..130...DUVAL....e.a STREET..............KEY......1............ .;eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .. ............................................eCOWBbY''SONS '

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eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee : You BUY YOUR ILVDIO( May Clearance Sale I :: :
.. '. When You Co :, It Takes A Radioman Itol.a.d.\\"y . : : JOHN R. WATSON. ManagerPHONE : ..

Food Shoppipg :, ; Not Buy It From ,A Radioman_. anil . a TVIWN'Q! P A1VTS Be9ulr $12-9i Values $10.35If $7.35: 503RLANDSCAPING i icfo
ASSURE YOURSELF of ; S lljll O 1111 10 Regular J10.35 Values i :
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: : !;' DRESSES Greatly l .1 Reduced : : I :'III I

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: : Mother's hay) and Graduation Essential Beauli/ication
.' BREADTh .. Repair SeniceAl'sMusicCo. .: .: Couch and Aprons Covers Linens Silverware Curtains Radios Plastic.Electric Table' Irons ct.hs.: : Tree Suraery-Tree Removal :

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I LOCAIXW' ; 'AV1)TiWTIISTORY( IS KTtVIEWE DiI 'I. :Robert'MerrilhGiYesA"RIO' 't'i

f' ',. .- .,- -. ; i I For 'Spaghetti with Meat'B'aRobert

Tomorrow May yi8ro $e Celebrated1

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Merrill star of radio andadmit* t. a
I As Naval Aviation Day .. Key West In and what be Hires-waea' *. fIlS itl4 leis' -
: I ... r! : $ ;: is spaghetti and met balls which banprrpar like .....: 1

l -. : Gone -' -- ......
In United States II Days ByAS I f ., ; ;:J 'j. Spaghetti with Meat BH :

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r i4I;% ", ""- "' w TAKENTOM ;.FILES' QF ,. + 1 crc,n pepper 1 carrrt .% *iIUU.I ara-1r
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p Mr 1 1i THE, CITIZEN OF l ; s t ;r Jb a4asAroaras e' laaeeoM wt 1! 1a
BEGAN HERE area, 1942 to the spring of 1943. i :"MAYEllOlptigpBdAdppawdalauitnNaiiauaaa80intnilal8 for tic pia t
f STATION. the Naval, Air Station ,.(Seaplane, \ Jt re'. bow lie make H: Brow ....... ....
1 j mutsbroooi, and add. desired ee.ea....
1 I >*r
Base .
*. IN 1918 ON TRUMDO ) operated to capacity with'Squadrons : I At; 'a' i"exularneetmg' of the'. can of attained tomatoes mmt tdrtoet t... ..
; and planes from several Council last night Robert J. :I Grate carrot mad mix Tttk c1114 ...-. l
1 ISLAND ' different patrol wings using'thi1 ar4 1 T ,!>'Lewis and 3. Owen.Sawyer with- r '.easoning and fgg. Vix. MMI teM bs e act *. *
station their base for ....... .... . .
r as vary- +i I drew th scavenger contract.that t tomato sauce for a.. .. .
Tomorrow .throuthoul' theo ,i I ing, periods of time. Operations I v they had with,the. city, and in f .. separate pot tad straw. AM ....*. a... CA.
United States the United 1 consisted principally of anti submarine 1 SR turn the. city cancelled, the' bond Robert Merrill meat balls.

States Navy will celebrate! the air patrol As danger from at+ i iw posted by the ope.retora'in-con.. "It's a myth that bachelors are bad cooks,* says 3 k.dL *I Mt :
as the official birthdate of I I r the, submarine menace diminished tr I 1 notion with the case. r only keep things In order In ear kitchen bet I at. s*. to H fea*'". o'I '
day there was a corresponding de- z drop of 1194 fat is eared.'How about yoeT* '
Naval AC' on. The birthday of crease in seaplane operations until !I!I I .. . . :J JJ
Naval Aviation was formerly Canvass of the vote which was
celebrated. on August 30. but will July Base of became 1945 when principally the Sea-an e J JI JI i' cast an' the precincts of Mon- J poccibly:: send a cameraman hereto i!athletic s4ttdittw whit. as tltser. p

be observed on May 8 from now !; administrative plane center for sub t I' roe county on Tuesday's election, cover Domingo Rosillo's lan toward bm1s.g .ling ...... gM.. tI
on. activities in'the 1 ft being conducted In the county :I inj 'and take-off on May 16-17 in lien teams here for ..... t19/itt.
ordinate.aviation I 1 I court this,afternoon.3donthly I I ..... It
The change: in date was 'arlnounred -<' Key West Area. being used inter- j conection with the international -
by Secretary of the Navy |''mlttently I from an operational 1 I 1- .-' I celebration here of the firsts hi
John I. Sullivan who decreed' standpoint by transient seaplanes. I meeting of the Key j flight from Key West to Havana i ing"A Cite fuss .*.. act t'''

the anniversary date to bet the N.Yarinh.r5ianc. of Army \ . West Musical Guild was held atth'e by Rosillo 25 years ago loalj t b aim > M
eighth day cf May 37' years ago Facilities. .t Boca Chica Fieldin ., .,. ;....t.v _< home of the president, Mrs. j 1 committee, meeting last night at ; relenaitr.. ittse t(( a ... <*
when the Navy Department pIaean -t 1943. brought about the establishiaent { ;t George Mills White last night.i the Cuban Club, revealed.i ; time ie to ...... Mrs .......... lA
ed order fur two aircraft with;; of a' permanent air 1AP- witepSAteI National MusicWeek was the I from having one." it' I

the Curtiss' Company. Ham- I,! station now j comprising Boca GEN! DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER stands in automobile at right. salutes the colors, and takes leave topic of discussion, as well as i Key West Machine Shop
motMbport. New York. I Chica Field add flat Seaplane musical activities; locally and na- will construct the Electric irons! that are IwyMlBest I"
e Afterwards ho.;.drove to' New [ newy gagetank
of the in a quiet'ceremony atF. Myers near Washington. itat
army tionally. and left on cost the U. S. >
August SO, 1013 was previously i Base with headquarters at the scheduled for the Marine
York to make ready for assuming the presidency cf Columbia University next month.ciency1 "
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oftiual Naval I fires a
celebrated M tne I former. r Hospital at Key West thetTrpa-
Aviation Birthday because >theGeneral !', The Navy had visioned Boca .-.o'r.- : .- _.._.,.. .:.-. -.y ..:._, \. I| Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cos- sury's procurement division Announced I 'I'
recommended' Mol> 'Chica of its '' and' Richard out '1
Board Field as a part opera- grove son .were today.
tabJiahment of an air department tional training- establishments, .of night maintenancecrews ,Night ,Composite Squadron TWO, 4Met'\ Stars And riding Wednesday afternoon and I ; lAd SON
that t 194 when Nazi sub- about as much as 50 per' based on Boca Chica Field on The while Boca Chica i ,. "tho
within the Navy en date early as : oft; car Captain Charles M Bird of the two Special* to AH
needs of the Navy'in operating close Other difficulties were also Naval Air Station at .Key West j passed over and"injured rattlesnake PHONE II I
-Milted' to the Marines were so 'cent CI Aid Orchestra : a I Interior Department, who hat:s Kinds of Noon Signs
war." .1||;to Florida and the Keys that. I presented.On . i continues to develop end 'perfectthis i t which measured! three feet I been in the city for several weeks and Lighting Stripping 648-M' '
Now. on the 37th year' of Naval allied, ships were being sunk October 15, 1943, Boca Chi- type of aerial tocrfare. As I iI three inches and weighed two |r awaiting the arrival of a vessel, : \. t .....NM. WHbmf
Aviation the unit has grown I'' within sight of land. At that ca was relinquished by the Oper- modern methods of warfare de- I! In Florence] and a half pounds... !! which will ply between Key !silo K.l..*. .Need.* !.%"VKi '-w.p Me,K" i,
from the two Tiiad which constituted 1[ time Boca Chica Field was a ational Training Command 'and velop it is .essential ,that the.security I --: -- j West and harden, Key, told The
the Naval Air Force in I smalf civilian airport with three was allocated to fleet use underthe of the fleet be assured .on I i Charter Boatmen -of Key West vessel la '
Citizen this the
MARMOR morning
the holder of four i short Eight miles west Commandant, SEVENTH a' 'baSis'in ; By MILTON met Wednesday night at 3 o'clock, 1 . r . ssI .
111 to be runways. a twenty-four hpu day II >....f..l.r.... !! expected in port today. STRONG ARM BRAND COTTEC
distinctive world records in avia- southwest of the field was Key Naval District. good weather or bad. '- and formed an' association to be i
I NEW YORK. An AmericanGI's.
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tivn., I West. with its Naval Air Station Soon after, on October 23, Boca f During World War 1I'he-large known as the Key West Charter record .1? TRIUMPH
Going favoring
: i on as a I
The lacal Naval Air stationbegan :and Naval Operating Base. Chica was designated as an carriers of the Fleet had night promise Jto help rebuild the Men's Association, a body of associate +j 15-point program, the Juoroti I! COFFEE
in Xtr Wait In 1911 I Despite the inadequacy of the auxiliary air station and the fighting units attached who ""tookover" i world famous ,symphony orchej workers, the need of which i Chamber of Commerce at itsI l
wbn! a smaU Naval Air Bas. filed's 4200-foot()( runways its location ground work was laid for a vastly / during the night hoars af- j stra of Florence,Italv. is- wejl on has been felt for some time past I regular meeting last night voted;'I 1 BULL

wu established on Trumbo and the year around near- expanded area training program ter the day fighters were "buckled i jit's way to fulfillment Back in I. to actively work especially toward I at
Trumbo Island bad 'I weather made it in which the station did Interesting is the front of I
klaad. prevtously perfect flying down. These night 'pilots repelled ;Nqvember.( 1945. when.the orchc- cover securing a mcsquit-v-conlroi} j I1111 i Grocer
been dredged between desirable as a base. This was indicated play a vital role. New facilitiesand the the Southern Banker, which carries -
and destroyed Jap stra
of the Maggio Musicale project for the city and also an 1e j
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1W4 and 1113 for use as a terminal I I in a leterfrom the Sec- buildings were necessarY to night raiders.; The demoralizationof Florentino (May Music 'Festival a clear: and perfect photograph - . '
by tie! Florida East: Coast 1 1raDroM. retary of the Navy on April 30 carry out the station's contemplated the enemy is a powerful ,psychological of Florence) of the Teatro Comu- of a section of the long I AlUIUfIUllm'UIIIWIIlfIllIHlUJIIIHf/f1tRfIHflHI' / iJItftIHHH11d: r rI .
1MZ. which established the Naval new mission as a fleet air weapon; o( the night nale bridge of the. Overseas Highway a
farewell concert for ,
gave a .
Physical facilities of the AirBase Air Operational 'Training Command base for both operational and fighter. Striking unseen in the American who had under the caption "HiaKway Over r
Included three' 35 by 50-foot and listed Naval 'Air Station training schedules.. t darkness, he hits without warn troops re- The Sea'to Key West. 18 t
mined i #
to attend the U. S.
L Army .
seaplane: ramps!, two of whichwere Key' West as an existing A newer training program -
small runways along the base and Boca Chica as a prospective reached a concrete stage on December ing.'The night fighter pilot must University there the guest con- i l Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen s

roast' ; a concrete area approximately base for gunnery and car- 27, 1943, when the Com- be exceptionally 'skilled in- instrument ductor was Set Robert Lawr- ,. Boerge yesterday poke before tj.t- .
1200 square yards in sue; rir qualification training. mander Air Force Atlantic Fleet,,1 flying and navigation.A !' rence of New York. the Rotarians at the lattcr's luncheon j.
a blimp hanger; a plane hanger Desirability of the site was directed the Commander of Fleet large portion of' the training $gt. Lawrence a member of meeting. .
large enough to accommodate again emphasized when in July, Air Wing 5 to coordinate and ( syllabus is devoted: to these the Army University's music '

from 20 to 30 small sea pUnt; 1942. theCommanding Officer ,of supervise aircraft training sched i t Iwo phases of instruction faculty promised' ParisQ Votto. I! Today The,Citizen says in an : :
and an office building later to be the Naval Air Station. Key We>t, ules and facilities Jn the Key a totally black night. .nlydthe 1(director of the Teatro! ComunaleI editorial paragraph: j

railed Trumbo HoteL Planes us- I I requested acquisition of the fiejd West Boca Chica area and outlined , 1 highest degree oi ''skill! in..In1 I (Municipal Theatre),, that when i "Much of the advice that one
ingUhes* facilities in World War:,by the Navy and.construction'of the types of training and:1 strument flying and completely ; he returned to his native land he hears is good-if one' does n' : :
One including a smaller type two necessary quarters and shops as capacity. Under this plan Naval I accurate navigation,will enable .i would strive to raise funds tot take it.
training plane, Airithpucaibly Air Boa Chi. replenish, the percussion and : . .--- ..
two sealer landplane! training if flight operations Auxiliary Station i the ,night fighter pilot to proceed I : .
25 to 30 planes operating I were' contemplated in this ca. Naval Air Station, Key West,''i| to the seen of action and ] >Brass> sections of the Florentine j MAY 7. 1948 :
from the Base at one time: there area. (Naval Air 'Station was:"a and Meacham Field were coor- return safely home. orchestra 'I TaN
was!also one blimp' en observation "Seapfane Uase). The only exist dinated in the expanding pro : In, addition to the night fight- ; < The instruments had been<<: destroyed -de-sirability j ., .

duty. ing buildings at Boca Chica werea gram providing four main typesof ,i ing teasel* are the night attack by a bomb. :I merits between Key 'West and .
At the end of World War One. CAA radio shack and a control training; Advanced Anti Submarine ; groups.' These attack groups likewise After two years of effort Lawrence !; Miami is soon to be made by the .

the use of the station as a Naval vault for electrical power. Warfare Training, Bocket: start their day when .the, sun staged in New York a mu- army engineers, i it ,was learned w .
,.AirBaje was discontinued and But the Army had an eye on Training, Torpedo Training ol goes down: delivering offensive sical festival starring some of the) today at The house rivers and s .
the facilities were little used un- Boca Chica and in July. 1942 Submarine and Naval Squadronsand 'i 1 blows to the enemy despite the best known Italian artists notf in harbors committee. .
til .shortly before the United army engineers began construction Lighter-than-air Anti Sub- hours of darkness. In addition the New York Metropolitan I ;.
State entry into World War and development at the field marine Warfare Training, (the to the crippling blows jnflicted Opera. More than $10,000 was!'j Judge William.V. Albury called 2 .
Twi During the intervening period calculated to make it capable of latter.; based at Meacham Field).. by the night attack pilot is the raised. I I[ into session this morning at 9 lor .
one of the ramps extending supporting two bomber squad- By January 1. 1944. person {detrimental harassing effect in- On a recent tour Lawrence ;i| o'clock a brief session of Criminal o
from Trumbo Hotel to the Base's rons. Holding some of the Boca i ,nel strength of 'naval activities j flirted on the foe. "Heckling" appeared in Genoa where all four. Court of Record for the purposeof rat, .
eastern most limits was used as a Chica property under lease from at Boca Chica had reacheda i! the opposing troops night after opera houses were destroyed by drawing a jury which will pre- .
rattle pen by the FECRR. Monroe County, and with suit new high of about ISO offi- I:J night, thereby greatly reducing the war. His hopes now are for a side at the session of the tribunal .
.In February 1939, planes of pending in Federal Court to take cers and 1300 enlisted men. but I I their fighting efficiency. Is all concert in behalf of Genoa. lIe next week. : FOR HOME or
'''tn4 Wing 5, were landed and othed acreage the Army was in this figure was more than doub- J most as great a factor in defeating hopes that members of the;:
moored overnight on the original possession of a field comprising '' led in the next 12 months. With !I the enemy as the material Tealro Comunale Committee will ,, New series of Band Concerts
ramps built in 1918. and refueled 1800 acres and deemed by the this greater expansion contemplated I j blows by the I bombs;>> themselves. : give their services again. !1 will be given each Sunday after- COMMERCIAL USEWe
ht the Naval Air Station. Key Navy to be needed for successufl for the enlargement Night fighting had its genesisin noon starting at 4 o'clock on the I ,

West Following the issuance of development of the NAOCT program of the training program it was I the Massachusetts. Instituteof 1 Hydraulic dredges have pumped grounds adjoining the Aquarium Are Prepared To Furnish fort With MI
Pnjident Roosevelt's proclamation the Naval Auxiliary distances and Art Center. Benches have
I Negotiations were begunto felt that Technology two decades ago. dredged material for -
of a limited*national emergency secure its transfer to the Navy 1 Air Station. Boca7 Chica, should I The development was rather slow of 15,000 to 20. .\ on September 8. 1939, the and a September conference be redesignaied an Air SlaI I at first but the Battle of Britain discharging it in deep watt!' sections of the park and there i i.; .
original ramps were again used agreement was the result. I lion. On February 8. 1345. the .brought about immediate progress behind levees. ample room for many cars to
by planes of the Emergency At this agreement the Boca redesignation was approvedi The night raids by the park. I: Thompson Enterprises Inc.
Neutrality Patrol. Marking the Chica airfield was assigned to i and Naval Auxiliary Air Station Germans on Britain and later on j i The United States now has :t' :
expansion of the Base as an Oper-I j Navy jurisdiction, and it was I; Boca Chica.! bscame U. the Japanese night attacks on our more than 26.000 miles of navigable Committeemen representing -
I atuul Facility, expenditures a- agreed that the Navy would reimburse Naval Air Station. Boca Chi- own for us brought about the de- i waterways with a third four organizations of Key West (ICE DIVISION: ) .
mouBting to 130.000.00 had been 1 1 the Army for expenditures I'I's. (separate from the U. S. gree of proficiency that was re- i I having a depth of nine feet of met at 5 o'clock yesterady afternoon PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA.. rI
mad on the Improvements of made by the latter on facili- Air Station. Key West. | alized during the war and) showed ,i more. in the rooms of the Chamberof .
seaplane fueling facilities by ties constructed at the field. I Seaplane Base) | the necessity of a continuing pro- Commerce to discuss plans I 1UUmWIIJUIIIIUIllIIllIllIUfIIllIlIiIllIlUHIIIIIHffD",!! !! : HIIl'T'' .. I '1 II .,

November 1939. and the construct: When the Navy assumed juris It remained as such untilll.brch, > gram for the development and type airship is 253 ft in length :: for memorial exercises to ba held -, : -- : -:: . "'::- ,
lion of a seaplane; hanger was diction over the field on Decem 31, 1945, when it was disestablished j perfection of combat in the air and contains 456.000 cu. ft of at the Crypt at Lower Mate- I - -
I completed' and other physical improvements ber 9. 1942. it was also agreed as a Naval Air Station andnaval i at night. helium. come, wherein have been placedthe I

had been made. The that Army Units engaged in antisubmarine aviation facilities at Key The present LighterthanAirorganization !i Airships of this type were first bodies of veterans and resi- Overseas Transportation
airbase was established as a operations from the West and Boca Chica combined I I based at Naval Air based and operated in this area dents of the Keys who lost their !
Naval Air Station on 15 December 1 aviation activity tinder Station. lives in the Labor Day hurricaneof
I field would be permitted continued to form one Boca Chica. consists from Meacham Field early in
1940. use of the field and its the designation of U. S. Naval 1 I | of Blimp Sauadron TWO Detachment j. World War II, and played a major 1935. I Inc.
A large expansion program facilities as long as such use was Air Station, Key West Florida. ; SIX having two non- role in anti-submarine warfare Company,
b"t aUg U July. 1941. included i I necessary. It was anticipated that | Aviation activities at Boca Chi- I rigid "K" type airshins. This and convoy escort. I i' .Paramount News Weekly will
UM construction of ramps would becompleted and the field ca reached a new peak early In t' ---------- -- -- I Fast, Dependable Freight and K"'pre** Stonw
aad the dredging of landing ready for operation by Febru- March 1945, with about 500 offi- TORNADO WRECKS CHURCH BIT SPARES THE PIANO
.ad iak-.if art**. Later improvements ary. 1943. : cers 3,000 men and about 200 1 j i
Included the instal. The .stations life as a Navy aircraft. Until this time Boca | --' !1 MIAMI and KEY WEST
Utioa el mooring buoys In 1942. unit final ybegan on April 1, Chica Field had provided antisubmarine ; I

the completion of the Maplane 1943, when the Navy actually training for hundredsof I ITH : i I Also Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
parking areas in 1943 and the took over physical custody and officers and men when condi- I Between Miami and Key West
installation of a a*adrom.light- administration of the field and tions brought about a reduction ,
lag system In 114(. relieved the Army unit. The first in training for this type of war- I

With the completion of, addi Naval, Aviation training program fare ands new night fighter'program Express Schedule:
tional physical facilities there began less than three weeks after was contemplated. Ex "f z, x ,. No
( Stop En Route)
was an increasing growth in operational the Navy assumed custody of cept for a brief period in 1946 LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
I activities. Following the Boca Chica when twelve air- when night fighter training was j CEPT SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
intermittent use of the air station craft, arrived on April 19 for transferred to the Naval Air Station H 'I ; lives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid
in February 1939 by planes, anti submarine training and Miami this particular type -.v night.
of Patrol Wing 5. and the arrivalof other squadrons followed at three of training has been conducted ,
Emergency Neutrality Patrol weeks intervals for similar train- and is nbw being conducted by SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Midnight -
Wings after 8 September 1939, ing. During this period Boca Night Composite Squadron TWO. and arrives at Key West at
the station berthed only a few C ita' was also the base for sev Anti Submarine Development 6:00 o'clock AJ4.
plants between 1940 and Squadron ONE arrived early in

Sine dredging was not beg squadcons : the summer of 1946 and has since Local Schedule:
until 1941. and lighting facilities I ations with training. been conducting its development (Stops At All Intermedia Potato)
were i inadequate, there was little Meanwhile, development of program at Boca Chica. LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX.
night flying during 1940 and 1942. Boca Chica Field was moving i The Blimp Squadron Detachment CEPT SUNDAYS) at 1:90 o'clock
In 1941. the United States CoastGuard t steadily, ,but somewhat slowly, based at Meacham Field in A. M. and arrives at Miami at 400

maintained: about 'si ic forward. The field when the 1 1945 and early 1946 was transferred 4 o'clock P. M.
single mime seaplane aircraft foi r Navy. took over/ presented all the' to Boca Chica when then E r LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
patrols and three or four small I comforts of an advanced base o i I navy's lease on Meacham Field SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M and
, tc'apland were also operatetJfrom II I some far Pacific atolL The ex- expired in June, 1946. The pres- arrives at Key West at 5:60 o'clock
the station By 1942 .tlw"II listing, Army buildings were a llent i Lighter-Than-Air organization } P. M

. number of aircraft operating gt constructed of wood and tar pa baaed on Boca Chica con-

" from the station had reached t(<;, per, Mangrove swamps crowded 1 sists of Blimp Squadron TWO FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY
an average of twenty. planes, about the buildings, providing! Detachment 6, having two non- r SERVICE '
Large scale operations commenc. breeding''place' and giving covelfot' r rigid "K" type airships. (tviyr.n. '-... FULL CARGO INSURANCE
ed with the formation of-fiee't '.ast' "clouds of mosquitoeswhich i Night Composite Squadron Twot '' MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE? Cor. Eaton Fraati
12 in September FRAMED BY TWISTED AND BROKEN TREES, a piano,. marks the spot where Bethel church use,
Air Wing 1942. swarmed out each nigh t t In the overall history. Night PHONES: 92 AND 93
Throughout the period of creates t to torment and harass personne:1 Fighting may be considered the stood in a grove near Erie. Kas. before it was demolished by a tornado during the, week-end. I .
Nazi submarine offensive in thiS: and eventually reduce the effi,- infant prodigy of Naval Aviation. What littl. was left of the church is covered by the fallen trees behind the piano. 1 --: - --- -, :; :- : .'. J'


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,FRrA V. MAY 7. 1948 : -;,. .... :.11 -

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ADAMS[ DAIRY D iio,, _f; Defeats Boston' ., .< '.D&fro er Off . I I'v'Xn I utvannee ICeI, e rates Receipt oV Check r-!! I

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I j DEFEATED -- "' ) Miami\ Visiti I National'r-V interest will be centered on Suwannee County May I Sth. as ceremonies> -f\en fitaS

: 'It.l' By Onesided 8-3 Score: "USS de-'l',data honor the Suwannee County Hospital first expected to be completed of more than see lathe

.. Hawks a destroyer, nation. for which federal grants have been approved this year. *' I

parted for Miami today to be _ _Dr. Leonard A._Scheele. new surgeon general of- the UJS. Public Health Service will mat'.'

AT SOFTBALLHcMtlta1 FIGHT MARS. DETROIT*f, 1!gone over the weekend. It is expected his first major public address at noon on May 8 on the grounds If
back at the Key West
of the Suwannee
1 ;- - BOSTON CAME; BOTHPAnTlCIPAl''TS TRUMAN APPOINTS r V Naval Station next week. The Millard Caldwell County the first Hospital federal when check he received presents in to Florida Governor!made as' construction of tfee best -
.- *Hawks is on a training cruise. under -
? HcMtlta1 Takr HIM TVA DmECTORt the Federal Hospital Survey and Construction f pital proceeds.
| Drift.t-Jlwool SENT She arrived here from New Orleans Act. Thepeople : The Florida State Improvement
Y t earlier in the week.The of Suwannee County are planning a public barbecue to! Commission niw*
is administering
.l. M-l In SerondOf 'Vels'P. TO SHOERS C;; f be served immediately following the ceremony to the 4.000 expected Ida's five-year hospital
.a y Adams guests who will gather**- eon.boq f fi _
., .,. ... .... i tion program through widen t*se
l -111 t
:. DWtblrl1par. ( -t tojheor Dr.:Scheele Governo
: r; 1,500,000 annually for grant* .
} Weather pital completely equipped ready ; :
J> NEW YORK, .May Detroit Caldwell and.-others.- | .
iry'TorilgltIIi assist and the
ti,is ?il itklr ; for operation will be approximately encourage
: .
: Tigers pounded out an 8-3 victory'over :1. ',t'tbe new Suwannee Count]V $295,000. Of this the peos tion of needed new hospitalties. ....

r 41 IB. the gent game. Hancock<< Mdgtf : 1 ..:SoftballCpntest the Boston Red Sox that ) FORECAST '" Hospital, which 1; expected to b
.. Dairy boys to four hits and was.marked by a scuffle between Key West & vicinity: Mostly ,completed within the next tw 3:>> ceive a federal grant of $89,667.- effective have on been October M. >'>lint K.

M runa. Al Crux WM the only In '"th* \ Tebbetts Vico Dearoit First Baseman and t-r' partly cloudy with scattered I!I:months,, wpl. be a modern fire- 05.:This first'federal check, which nine grants Flordia hospitals approved, three ef
first catcher. .
AiUmf Dairy man to reach game of softball Tiger Y showers and thunder 1 proof building of 36 bed capacity the ..
f third storms to: f Surgeon General will present which are now under CM......
.ia Uw i fth. J Ie hit the tonight at Bayview Pzrk. New York Yankees shaded the day, : provided
ball out : Veterj tonight and Saturday. Con wHH modern:diagnostii,c\ to Governor Caldwell at the tion. Under -; program asa
St. Louis Browns 65at the Yankee
., u. au
r prk but tell f ,1'brtign Wars will tinued warm. Gentle to moderate
going around cross
Th be
r and treatment secured for tliid'd
equipment. may one
stadium oil Shortstop I IBrowD's j the hospital
Bob rnony grounds
oil .
and WM tagged' bets; with Adams southerly winds becoming vari
'thecases out at Dairy. This i the total cost of planniag. ion-
llemandelrhU homer. The ball was operating suite and delivery suit e will be for $28,2'l5.90, as the initial -
M fame, should be interesting from hit.close to the foul line and the able.Florida struction and completely equip
will be completely
hsmer and air Ycotdiiioned. construction
triple to lad the start,to : Scattered shower and I payment on the ping needed new hospiuh OM
Baba bsyra. BiirbPr and CaatroR in finish. Vets have to win ot'ata Browns protested. the umpire's thunderstorms today''except fair I The-total, .frost of the.new has- grant: Other payments will be public health centers.
place. Adams ruling strongly. .
hR dobka.Ia a in Tallahassee area. Fair tonight
will try to win to into Philadelphia Athletics moved r I *< "" ' -" - -- ----
I the second Martin go second and Saturday except for few I f.. i:? -- -
game a .
allowed place with the Veterans to .-first place in the American r. ; ;
!( showers
one extreme
run and south
hit portion.
one in the It is expected that F. Tynei League .by smashing. Bob' Feller :"- !<: "
fint and from then be Cooler tonight not so warm ex
the on. held will pitch and Fallen catch ;for and the Cleveland Indians 8r5.Dick j\I treme north J J.c
O opposition to two hit with portion today other- 177 .. _
the Vets, and SMC Griffin and F .Fowler was the winning wise
only one runner reaching little change in temperature.East .
Sands .
will be the battery for the Pitcher.-' ..
'Gulf of
end. For Naval hospital, the.< ' Mexico and Jacksonville os
Adams Dairy Washington Senators with I
*I kiltinf of t Through the Florida
Shadley was the fvav In.tits. nightcap. Elks Club will'cross ( Wynn'on'the"'mound, shut out t"the.
9 l..... 8*>ad *y hit a double and Straits: Moderate to fresh winds '
bats ;with I Chicago White Sox last night in
two single. I. : Nava1''HOspital, south to southeasterly shifting to
I draw home three three ands J,Hospital's 14 to.. l'victory' over the only,nocturnal game.. Wynn. CAP vrtrtphoio) northerly tonight and Saturday ___.
runs. ;the Driftwood last night witgive ;:l allowed,only three hjts.In' I extreme r
MrU md over( north portion to-
two double plays, f DR. HARRY A. CURTIS ( )
with thejh lots,,of confidence the' National >League: Pitts aho..1 day. Showers andfew thunderstorms -
men fint
tau be on on both occa- ..Elks are In" fi?*t. place arid\ will. ;, burgh Pirates' 'six:..game winning !j I'dean of the colleo of ? south .and central portions
caught line
I ( a drive and Work hard to 'stay there. streak was broken by .the New ,1 at the University of Missouri has. today and extreme south
>wUd the runner at first. I I U. Cur York? Giants 9-2 the :. ''
In the \ %; and flienriquez-;: be victory at :been nominated by president portion tonight and Saturday
Nelson field Shadley, Henke. J rthe, battery for.the Elks and Polo. grounds yesterday.NATIONAL \Truman for membership .on 'the Otherwise fair to partly cloudy
and Marl-
Martin were the best ,. ;
tin and for the LEAGUE p-r
4 ifor winners Shadley. 1 Tennessee'( Valley Aathoritt'aboard weather.
with eon... La bra- i'buys. .. R'H E' .'
of directors! Me was chos- Jacksonville to Apalachicola] :
da and Uw Diu first for the losers.the "tIn New?'York* =:. .. ... 915'' 0Pittsburgh !?.r'en to replace Pr. Hareourt A. No small craft or storm warning:
tame playing 2 4 I'
80 who has resigned have been issued.Report. :
of Morgan.
Santana Hernandez. Barber Poat and Livingston; Bonham, .4
and Al Ciiy :Recreation after' with TVA fo.T'.15'
Arevedo serving
featured for the Chesnes, Sri! &vic\1'and\ Klu&U. j t
.winners. . -
VilUrtal. Walker and h T . : j
VsldVt starred for the I losers. AMERICAN LEAGUER lJ'e Key West. Eta. May 7, 1948 _
Results: ,. Program i H ECleveland ;' tREE BARBECUE and an official presentation'ceremony! will mark the May 8th celebration: at site of
(Observation taken at
Tint Cam Week of May 3 to ,. loclusWeSOFTBALL : _---_______ 5 8., 2 f Legion To Meet\ 8:30: A.M. EST City) Office Suwacnee County Hospital. Live Oak Fla. shown above, nearing completion. Dr.Leonard A.Sche*!*.

R. II. E. _ Philadelphia.. ----------8 11 0 Temperaturo new surgeon general of Ui. U.s. Public Health, S.i.ice. Will present Governor Caldwell with fint Fed.

WI-Lt*, 210 220 4-11 10 1 . Fellerr' Gromek,. Linde and j j I Today To Study Highest yesterday _____-_ 4._ 87 eral check to be issued far hospital'construction aid to a Florida project. .
: .
Adams 000 i 000 00 4 3 : Tipton; Fowlerand Guerra. Lowest last night ___ _._ __ 79 -# --- -e-- -- ---- -- --- -. ------ --.-,.

I Hancock and Walker; S. Grif- Bsyvlew Park. Night Mean _ _ _ __ _ 83 TORNADO DEVASTATES .A WEST VIRGINIA TOWN :
fen and Villareal. TONIGHT R H Epetroit i Law Enforcement :Normal- -on _-_______.:._. 78 ".w..-, ar--.ew-- ...+s4w _._.. n iwrwsg .. -- : ,. .,.

Horn run: Hernandez; three- .,, .- ---.-_ 8 15 0 Precipitation .
First Game AdamlDairy ,: ;
bas, hit: Hernandez; two-base VFW. vs. Boston ______ ______ 3 9 I ], The Law enforcement Committee Total last 24 hours . .00 ins.

hits)Barber. Castro; stolen bases: Second C.me-Elks:: vs.. NavalHospjtay .Newhouser.. White.and Swift; s{i of Arthur Sawyer Post 28 of Total this month _____ .00 ins.

Castro; sacrifice hit: Villareal; Kramer, Dorish; Stobbs and Teb- the American Legion will meet; 'Deficiency this month .47 ins. r'T

struck, out: by Hancock 3, by SATURDAY *' betts '!. with city and county officials and : Total this year ..__ 15.91 ins. : _
Gnrrrn 3 bases balls off
; on : -
this 9.42 ins.
with representatives of different Excess year
C'ClC'k I 1. off Grif(en 7; time of I 135.5. Medregaf vs. Driftwood. . R 11: E i groups 5:30 dks- Relative Humidity
at p. m..today to. .
fame: J.I IS.Second SL LoU !t- '_ :,--.---=-- -:_,5 8 I !; cuss the local law enforCement at 8-H A.M. r ta
Cam SOFTBALL New York ""-. G 10 0
JUNIOR ------- -- - - ; situation. 80Buometer%

R.. II. E. Bayvlew Park .Afternoon Fannin and artee' ; Reynolds,j I Among officials who will be at

Driftwood 100 000 0- 1 4 4 .. and Morning: Page and Berra. -"-\ the meeting will be city Commissioners (Ua! Level) 1:30 AM. =

llwpital ZM 004 X-14 S 2 SATURDAY -. i t j Fred J. Dion and Hunter 29.94 ins.-1013.9 mbs. ( gw

It. Pries and Alayon. Brott; :3OAJ&* -Division/ tJ.ee\ vs. Night game; v\. ,. .. Harden, City Manager Ralph D. Tomorrows Almanac

j Martin and Shadley. 'Usrria.School. RUE; Spalding and County CommisI Sunrise .-- ... ._ __ _ 5:47: ajn.
Home Henke two-base Chicago: -:.--_.-.-:-.- 0 3 3] '
4'Un: ; 10:30 A.M.-Junior School : sioners W. A. Parrish Sunset __hn_______. on 7:00 p.m.Mooiirise k
: High; Washington __ 560.
base: fUwdley: stolen base: Nelson -- ence Higgs. j t 5:25 a.m.

; sirferk :.u\lIrMaftm.: -by Annex v Girlaj H':"s.' Eighth" Grade Wight; Harrisr-.CaMwell and| Commander George Allen Wgr j, Moonset 6:50 p.m.
1 lutes I It; bases on balls: off Martin ., : .} Robinson; Wynn and Evans. I ren of Arthur Sawyer Post sass New Moon __ . May 3
3, off Perr 1; time of game: ;,. the group will explore all the I} -

1.20; umpire: Tynes and Villa : TENNIS'BafYS.w Small In i possibilities regarding the enforcement TIDES -. :' ,.

real!; set rr: Aguilar.Officers : :'Park.' Afternoon I age of the law. Legion Tomorrow -- _
and' t
Nijht officials 'were stirred into action
I *
'' (Naval Base) .
DAILY \ I Mattress\ BlazeFire after the burglary at the Stock
Leave : .Eastern Standard Time)
Island Home of the organization! 4
City. High Low 4.zir-
two weeks 1
at. 10 a. m. today burneda ago. 8:55: a.m. 2:35: a.m.
For WashingtonComdr. : SKATING. matress in1 an 'apartment at 414 Among groups which will be-, 10:18: p.m. 3:40: p.m. '
represented at the meeting will
Simonton street. Inmates of the
Bayvibw'Park. Night be the Elks Club, the Rotary 1
Carl A Johnson. USN,' FRIDAY-. t. building had thrown the burning t I I Club, the Lions Club the Ki- [ ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA CAP u -"w"" ...
of the Key West Submarine Base i mattress out a second story win- 1 Reference Station: Key West RESCUE WORKERS VIEW WRECKAGE left by a tornado that swept through Mt. Clare. W. Va.
wanis Club, the Woman's Club,
and Lt. Comdr Paul E. Glenn' 7:00 to '9:00: P.M.-Children'r dow. Firemen who responded to,I Business and Professional Tim.of! Height of The sagging splintered buildings are on the main street of the mining hamlet The tornado
USN. departed for Washington i ,! skating;pary" the alarm put the fire out and Women's Club, the Junior Woman I StaUcmTid. [high water struck sections of West Virginia. Kentucky. Oklahoma. Missouri Kansas and Illinois. About

yesterday by plane. They will be < made.an examination of the premises s Club, the Junior Chamber Bahia Honda score of persons were killed and more than 100 were injured. Six of the death victims were i fa

gone for about a week and then bA9 BAIJ.. to se it any fire remained.AMERICAN of Commerce and the Legion (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft northern West Virginia. .

will fly back to Key West. Municipal Stadium., Afternoon No Name Key .
Auxiliary. --- - -- --- ------ -- --
= LEGION (east end) _+2h 20m
SUNNY Gatlin, Melissa StaHtngs, BeW-
TnifAVSIHItrillUYSKnow ,
FirVt Game Sound. .School vs. (Continued From. Page One) Kitvanis Club Boca Chica Perfect Attendance Record) : ly Thompson. .
(Sandy Point-Oh 40m
( America) Pirates. are: Shirley E. Klys, president; i I Fourth Grade Miss Helen
.. Cecile Edinfield, first vice president Caldes Channel Taylor, Matt C...
'American Brown Roger
Second] Qame Legion -
Gary Couper screen star Mary E. Arsua, second Holds MeetingCharles (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft .
; ant James Jones
in Helena. Mont, 47 years ago. vi:Adams: Dairy.HoV I I oOo Of Poinciana School Pupils Caim-r
vice Lois Pinder
chairman ,1' 'L president; sec- on, Michael McCraw Jon'
Dr. Lyman J, Briggs Bessie Bland Kraeger, Joseph Sim- I NOTE:
NatL tary: ; cek D. C. Roach Robert Rweseet,
lot the Research Com. of the directorof They Stand Irene Pinder chaplain; Doris Al- go and Jack Delaney will repre- (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto 161 STUDENTS DIU NOT*' Leon Sims, Barbara SoIL -j

Geocraphic' Soc. retired of Standards bury. historian; Elzada Parker; sent the Kiwanis Club at the I be subtracted 1 I 1 reI I Fifth Grade Mrs. Doris Corey

the National Bureau County, ] Baseball Leagues Sergeant at Arms; June Knowles I meeting of the Law Enforcement i (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to MISS ANY SCHOOLING( Edwin Michaels, Floyd Hilton, Barbara Mathews Jvjree
In Barry Iaot
born assistant sergeant' arms; Bon Committee of Arthur Sawyer' i be added. !';i Johnny Garcia, Judith Solomon, Breeding, Isabella Bortafane.
Mich. 74 years ago. eminent V AMERICAN nie Smith, Yvonne Broomfield, I Post 28 of the American Legion (h)-Hour. DURING LAST SIX- Michael Armour, Maureen Mor- Garland Hopkins, Michael fin s,
Archibald 'Club- W. L. Pet. and Mildred Hollenbeck, executive at 5:30: p. m. today, it was an- (m-Minute. Karl Kier.U-ud.

poet-author onetime Librarian of Philadelphia 9 5. .643 -coriu ttee. I nounced today by James Callo- Cft)-Feet. WEEK PERIOD : !j gar Sixth Glade -- Mrs. M"...
Concre. ex-assbtant secretary New _- ... -8' '5 .615 Newlyelected: officers of Mar- way, president of the group. Third Grade Mrs. Ennie Pi kU'WI.: J..n':.... James cC. -
of sUtc. born in Glcncoe UU 56 Clevtlftbd York::+. _;.,_ _ :-; '6 4 .600 athon Post are: Gilbert W. The board of directors selected Students having perfect attendance Stewart, Wayne Albcrtus Fred ..tW. David Mw ray. HoiyMP
years ago. --- commander Bill E. Edwards Ignacio Carbonell as secretary to from the first to sixth grad'es Ran- Robert Ruutfa. CJfcv
Bernard Mitchell
Boston .; -t-: }.*:. .. .:. 7 7 .500 Spence Henning. der. '
Irwin L. Monroe of Boston. pre-- Washington-{ .77 .500 first vice commander; fill the place formerly occupiedby : ) j Temperatures. inclusive_ at the Poinciana elementary dall Warren: John Bley.: : Tommy Clr.Man.! Wallace Sounders., "He.

ioVnt of International HydroElectric _' 5 C .455 Gilbert Spence. Sr. second vice H. E. Day. Day retired becauseof 7130 A.M..E.S.T. school for the fifth -ax- Walker Sue Everette. Annette I len B,ahrn'. S.1i: Smith. '
J Louis
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born in commander William Parrish, business reasons, but he is --.--
? 9 ..438Chicago week period are as follows: i II
12 years ago.Herman DetruitF3.---* -- chaplain; Mrs. Thomas Pelham, still a member of the club. :
. 39 .250 First Grade Mrs. Jennie Mae
Casco. -
Landon of South .' adjutant; Cecil O. Keith, finance Station- Cath- BIG $25,000.00 CASH PRIZE
Watkins Geraldine Jensen,
Maine, mystery $& >nf writer, officer; Cecil Toye, historian; Do You Know That Atlanta _.__ ___. __-.__ __ _... 52 I erine Temple.; Ronnie Tuber Ro-' .
burn in Sweden." 66 year ago NATIONAL James McWilliams. service offi- Billings 40
Walker R. Young of the U. S. Club-. W. L. Pet cer; and Robert Hill, sergeant at Celluloid is the invention of Birmingham: ---- :.::_::=:: ---:---:---::_ 54! ger McPeak Bley., Robert Cooper and'Robert IS TOP CONTEST AWARD !

Reclamation toted Bismark .
Bureau of Pittsburgh _. 9 56 I
arms. --------
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First Grade Mrs.
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..ncine r. born in Butler. lid. New York ._____..106 .625 The newly elected officers of Hyatt an year Boston _..____u_- m. . 39'1 Harrison, Danny Armour Larry'

k U years agoRichard I I',St. Louis -- .-- 7 5 .583 the Marathon Unit Auxiliary are: 1870. I II Buffalo u_. .._.__ _- _u_____ __. Hoover, Tommy Guenther Donald J Great Pepsi-Cola Contests Offers Your

R Deupree. presidentof Brooklyn I
Piuctor & Gamble. Cincinnati. .Philadelphia_ __ .m. 7 8 .467 Mrs. Bill Edwards, first vice pres- I is a Delaware Indian- Chicago -____--____- -_-_- --- ._ 40 1(I Marlene Precek. Carolyn Smith, Family Chance At $25,000.00 Prize !

born at Norwood. Va. 63 years Cincinnati .. -;-T- 7 9 .438 ident; Mrs. Gilbert J. Spence, word meaning 'stream that Corpus Christi -- ____ _._. 66Denver I Irene Thompson and Donna Tor- .

.J&O Boston '. ..-*. __ u_ 6 9 .400 second vice president; Mrs. Cecil I forks." 46'Detroit bitt. -

Chicago 5 93a7 Toye, Jr., secretary; Mrs. Cecil __.__---_____-___-- 40 Second Grade ?1 rs. Donna i Right!JlSome lucky family is

THURSDAY. MAY 1. IMS Toye, Sr. treasurer; :Mrs. Rus- I At Bering Strait, Alaska is less El Paso ________ __ ___. 58 Fowler. Leo Tober. Larry Humis- going to collar a cool $25,000:

(Know America) sell Zetterower. chaplain; Mrs. than 60 miles from Siberia. Ft Worth u__ ___-- ..___.__ . 56 ton, Sam McCravv, Daniel Woody, Cash! That's the grand pay

Amadeo P. GianninI. founder Softball Leagues John Castell. historian; Mrs. By- t -- Galveston ___ on. _.______ -_ 65 off among 40 Family Sweep-

chairman of the Bank of America Class "A" ron Parkhurst sergeant at.arms. ; I New York's amusement tax Jacksonville ___ _- __ __ 65' stakes Prizes in Pepsi-Cola's

San Francisco born in San JC4thf. Club W. L. Pet. Mrs. Robert Hill, Mrs. Allen Par- s authorized by the State last year, Kansas City __ nn __ ._ ... 46 terrific "Treasure Top" I

.. 78 years ago. Bob's Sport- Shop 3 0 1.000 rish Sr., ;and Mrs. 'Charles For- is expected to increase municipal KEY WEST _____-_______ _. 80KtJ' BROADWAYCIGAR Sweepstakes and Contests. It
D. Lea sythe, members of the executive _____ ____. ji1.
Fleet Admiral William I I VeU of Foreign Wars :2 1 .667 revenues by $15 million.Spain' West Airport II could be your family--every I

hy born at Hampton. Iowa 73 Adams Dairy -- I 1 .500 committee.All Los Angeles __ __ ___ -- 59 entry* you send in wins you

._ _.___ 1 5 .166 persons who are going to National Ma. Louisville ... 48 STORE for the
years aJO. SubRon 4 ; Library. -- -- -- points Family Sweepstakes -
John McCutcheon of Chicago Class "*" attend-this installation from,t4is arid., founded in 1711, has 1% I Miami - : ---: -- :::=- : 78Minneapolis I I Prizes. So enter often

cartoonist born Tippecanoe. Co. Club- '.Y- L. Pct- city who and.do those"not who have.lire transportation going: million books. I i l _. _: ::- 38 610 Duval Street -get your whole family

lad* 78 years ago Elks; lub--rJ.: .2 0 1.000 for another, I| Memphis __ 521'I I started! 51 Cash Prizes each
actor producer, : who have space New __ .. .__
Orson Welles, Shop 1 1500 In Old English the word liberal Orleans 59 COMPLETEBASEBsULL month in state
A. Warrenat your
bin in Kenosha. Wis. 33 years 8virHospUal! l' : 0 1 .000 please contact George ** often meant "licentious" or New York 49
National Prizes!
ago. Driftwood Club u--_-___ 0 1 .000()( telephone 467 during the dayor '"free to excess". Norfolk _. __ _____.____--___ 66 big Monthly Ecirg entry get a certibc.te
Total Cash I
of the u number 619 after 5 p. m. Prizes$203,725.00 for the Family SwcepfaJkehidden
George A. Stetson. Oklahoma City __._ ._u 50 .
Junior6uV -
American Society of Mechanical uHarre New York City last year gave Omaha ,----_ .---- -- -- 44 SCORESPOPULAR
w. I Here's fun for . .
Engineers New York. born in Apply To WedAn $2500 in prizes in an employee Pensacola _-- _-_ .____m _.. 63 eciryboJy design. under fhecork.Collfl .
New Haven Conn.. 59 years ago. I School.----- --- 4 2IPoinciana 1 1 suggestion contest. I Roanoke -_.-________- .-___ 52 I I looking for "Treasure Tops"PepsiCola i 'eni . trap em . .
School 4 :
James B. Black president of Division Street --- 0 5 application for a marriage St Louis _____ m_ ____muu. 47 BRANDS of bottle tops with ; get a complete pct

Pacific Gas & Electric San, Fran-. School ----- filed yesterday in the Britain's RoyalZmpire.Society San Antonio _______ 57 I 'titliir; e'--14"e.spl.r..d.ee.n,p.nkd. be."re.w,. T..,;'

ciao, born In Sycamore Ill, 58!I Washington license qflice was of County Judge Ray- to "promote the preservation of a San Francisco __ ____ m _..._ _u __ 50 Cigars i and Cold GET ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STORE

years ago. President George! R. Lord by Tommie E. permanent union between the Seattle _._.__________ 45 <
..Moses Pendleton. president of while m Office( received such cheeses gifts, Jochumsun.mond 21 of the U4S. Navy Mother Country and the various Tallahassee __-_-_ ____ 61 Soft Drinks i Bottled by: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Key West =

AfoeT>cin Woolen. New York;,Jerusalem from citizens artichokes as apples flower and Georgia M. Jeraldine, .21, of f parts of the Empire" has a membership -I Tampa __h_ 70 i Under Appointment from Pepii-CoLj C .taup..ny. N. Y.
"boat at Stonintton Conn. ;'roots.I 'and Spanish. swords. 1 the Stutz HoteL of some 20000. Washington 56_.--
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KRESS; STORE INFORMALLY CasileberryAriiT t .-t ; -- 'Give i bers for the Auxiliary and-a letter :.! --'-'''- '-.- f # -I Iq, lIJ,. C.. .b .... .......
. .. \\CoriTierron n Chairs fArriy& fl.s .
was read from the National ; ova "' tJ -_ J
,; Ta for Marriage{ Gold: .MembershipOrsMnizfitibhl Membership Chairman commending a. / -a vi2 ai14e .aeeeet. :cwt Ic1.! twrtare ,
I i OPENS TOMORROW\ NIGHT;. J: : Cora Herron for her work i in" . For*Courthouse : D1NIir rt........ Ore
; securing these new members. for ., .
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; ; ; : Tomorro1n'NightF ; - t the local club.Nomination ,: . All '" 0# tMM t:..:;.;,;.:: a esriytvellyti
: REGULAR OPENING MONDAY t t *. of new officerswas .. One hundred and eight new a anysne .... fa then
: J'1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Taylor- 1009'1. L J; s'Auxi\iary: of- the Fleet held, and voting 'will take Hedgese, H Girl ;chairs,.which will,'be installed in ,
'. Angela street.announce the marriage Reserve Association Branch 56.t t Mr.'.and Mrs.Joe Hedges 7. A.tecroea rraihag'ik. food .
: The remodeled l S. H. 'KreSs customers promptly and efficiently place at the next regular business the courtroom; ,on:the second floor before
of their daughter .
held their:regular,business meeting -! Higgs fene. 'announce the, birth.Or' it. ....
: the manager'said. and, meeting in June. After: the, > Courthouse, were eating ae) UR. i;
StoaDuval'and Fleming \itreets. Mae Taylor. 21, to Donald L.Cast last : of the County '
added night at the Fleet Re- meeting the Auxiliary met with : a daughter 'who' has been I j raccoon te a derivtIete of the ;
:which will be informally reopened : tlebeny, 21, son of Mrs. R.-,V..serve.-.Hall'on' Front street with named Catherine Trances.,at the' delivered ta the county today? Indian name "aralhcon '
1 "Please bear in mind that noth- the Branch for a social 'and refreshments meaixtg *-
tomorrow evening would be a Christie, Cairo, Ga.. will take, i : t tt
President Naval The
Bessie Picker'presid- Hospital .on May4. They will'beshippedhere from "the washer"
will sold served the )ladies.
. 'credit to' a city several times ing be tomorrow night place.in *nei.r.h.omc. . aJ*:30'o'clock "4ing- Two.prospective new members ,by ,b t x; c i iged..* pounds-.. an4( ,' -. -_. .- -- -, -" -- l:
but will be """"
that ""j :
,than,Key West. we ready for tomorrow t. ,, ' . .,. .. . .' . . . .
larger I| business at9 .o'clock. .Monday '' were ''present; Mri Betty Hard water gets itS name because -_' ounces it birth.. 't B t t . . I
: has been in j The c re nciny'twm.be v 'ifoiu>-* : 7\\
The store process Carson and Frances Hill;
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:of remodeling and enlarging for t I'morning. : ed -by B...Reid, A':gold .membership' pin, was it containS hara,miqth:3"chemical: \ 1 .Stdchlti I Mi lLtdFYrr.d

:more than a year. Innovations I' CORRECTION pastor-of Fleming and Street Mrs.Charles Mejhd: awarded' :to.,":Cora Herrorf for hereffortsmrsecuring 'compounds cause relatively to form when.' . it! i 11. ()otrtt -.IU up -to.-39 inches, : iBGSbn Auto & Home 8000Iy! 1IMi. ::
fare complete air-conditioning a dist Church.Mr. ; : ten.rw mem-I used. :kelhafemfew: feet to ,
isoda and lunch department a I In Smith's" Gi-oCi-iy'advertisement I Loundens..*ifi ndv Tot.tb* young I '* ' ' ' tAppreciation t Set, .
'plant department' !, new counters of yesterday, tHe price of couple: ,. will be the attendants. I II' .: t 14" L'. ,,'" Formerly Pan-American Tire Company
and display fixtures and anew: Relatives and frie in- -1 ,,r 1101.1103 Division Street Phone 418
U. S.,No. 1 Maine Potatoes should andsto :
'lighting system. i I have read 5.1bs. for 23c, and'the I'frited to'the"'weddlng immediately the 1 I / | SpecialMOTHER'S 'i' rV.EledrtcaiApplianceslMa I ' > ... I'I
will follow ,
teceotion .
informal that\ .
I :; Nothing is to be sold at -J price of 2 IDS. of. Texas :Yellow 0 R
reopening tomorrow Onions should have read ,I9c. after the ceremony: j I I',eJi' 'sincerel? grateful' and i; \ DAY I I ... ..EI c
The object then is to nlght'l Subscribe td, The Cillzen.You I thenk' the''voters', for the'support ROASTER. ..843.95 I:-&ISER 1TFRaZEIt-: i
I public opportunity to I sets given'me'in'
an There are only two of I Tuesdays primary j
I the store. The Kress j quintuplets alive today-the, '! election. j CAKES o"r:1 I. Autbmalic Toasters I Automobiles AUloDlobifes : I
:.mcnt invites all Key Westers toScome Dionne sisters born in Canada in! . ,, Thai' Good' I will:.b*. most appreciative of j : Sl-:95:: :ana 'S22.00 .
I to the store"to see the de-i'i 1934 and the Diligenti quintuplets : Grocer SELLS your: 'support In the Second Primary. Vleaxc Place M&oroli IJonfc and'Car I. -
I ;;Xidcd been made.,improvements that have I born in 1943 in Argentina. STAR *BRAND: .. MayjtSth.: Order Early I'r |* supuosTRQflCA ,'. Pay Regular Only the TRADE.WREQUHHH NO !I

; Fr ree'balloons; \ 'frill be given to I I AMERICAN COFFEETry ROSS'WILLIAMS I 1 RADERPhont Established Price ) _
the brat| .3.000, children attOmPan1ecf.by I and CUBAN .. :Fos. --Cult Judge, Maloney BakeryPHONE 'v. -
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adults, who attend the -- A pound Today---=1 E f.-tlS '?!'T\4iqal.Ciicu, Group 1 N !rl'Dnat... y'i--8t-. .. 1000) 11' ;.*., In Thfte CatO *-
informal opening tomorrow'night.The. j f ...,. I lit, '. ... . .. I
first to :attend IJ'(0', -
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the opening will be given coupons I . -. -- AUTO:PARTS, ,Hud ACCESSORIES:
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will entitle them to free,cof- 'y : 1 '
'ee'at .the ,soda and lunch de. I ;/ e Daytou TLRES acid TUBES'Exide BATTERIES. 1

.partment..The-snanager; says.. further that i THANKS"FRiENDS -r ?x r /. A. .pi f t'TI"ON' 1 I- : :.0 RADIOS i Cabinet and Table Models : i

the tore will be reopened forbusiness l \':' ';., 4 I- v.<9 APEX -Waaherti and:'Vacuum: Cleaner* :
I 'at 9. o'clock: : Monday .1::ft eiierc p jeciate, 41lUD" I ,
: 0 Fammd, .KITCHEN i Ware
.ratng. May 10.. l as t li.up'P.Ji: inv 11 .' : _
: The' construction: division of : tli4 : 1- .rr.tt:>w.it-tll' o ,tR.lti r : . .
I the fires Company has worked / - ::Fif'.aI {imaryi and 41 . .
I but' innovation in storm shut- .. ./ .rt4arrl-yon rcrl!'aeefit 1 I i-tc 'JC For: the rand. You Know', *
I ; for-the showwindows,,When YOUR VOTE 'a"ci, SUPPORT.t- 10 ,etcc: J. :t"f! n the; RI4'.1tI1 .- /I I -. -.;. '- .
]era in use, the storm shutters 'Z:;. 4 I ....
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in the lt-Pyimary oriteuUi"(
| apart of,the marquee but flight /
the approach of a storm can .> .' ,pprecited.ltut our f ight:i*notover / ., } Weight.ft . : ; ;
be letdown quickly and fastened f A JJ;: A RIS j
n-front of the windows. our goal./'sat' not been Light Weight: '""2 I IB
reached. I ask to work'hard{- l =
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'Heretofore 'jtt required six. ; '<. i ( -
hours'to batten'' the windows! assure.our VICTORY on, r 4
up er /
93 a; protection against strong I 'P t tfOR May 25. 51 'COUr.it: 'coM3t1:$IUNE1t /4 ; I
jwjnds. Now,the shutters can be / : a f., r' : rlt.Ttl1I'IstRI CT 4. ;; : :
placed 4n position to withstand'The 1 / 4Excluzi.lT I
onslaught"of a storm in about :i ., lr'.i"rdal...'ft" iutAU' 4 : : rI(1'r
'one hpur.-Besides; the shutters WINDOW 'NOOXSI 1b'i BOee ... ......... ... (- Aile ....4 T f
tik t. ,
>afford better protection than the
former,manner of barring up the I .Venetian blind acccahut the't With Rqb1a'A DAN' ;-
windows.The .,- .. beauty of your window treitmeat -
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remodeling of'the upstairs: .. eliminate uademirablo... I We Feature DRESSES that are Halloos ;( 1drertised I I ,J'
stockroom has not,yet been romi i* _i_...insure priVK7 cWfuseligbt. : =
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" that the work there will be fin- : t I Ifl4.glories sI (
, Ished'in a few days. ' *1 --=. CEY WEST- (0* I II I =

:to-The"public attendour! 'is informal cordially opening invited; VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY I .;; .,,; :. ;; I z i

Because, frankly.we Have a deepense' 123 DUyAL STREET Morning twine their' -w : '. I r
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of pride the-extensive'Improvernenb CALL 1042 for Estimates' / '
that' have been ol this charming dress for 'If'. : I
made the'Kreis: .Store to serve ..: -. I summer afternoons . The ("lo- I
j ---.ti7: "(---:- ---- 7 '-- --- THE STOKE: :: IJALITY" painted design is washable *
) '- I I . the fabric Renoir's rayon .,
I crepe "Fantastic". In porcelain t"I I
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MARIE PHILLIPS. fPled9ed Ii I lla(i J Ji I II
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': BUSINESSMAN e CATTLEMAN WAR VETERAN of fine spun rayon... i I. Gowns and Panties by I 1 1I lie _
sizes 9 to 15.10 to 16. Blue Swan in Pastel Colors -

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I $1)95() { !1 bags Gotham in several Gold Stripe styles Hosiery ._.. j,I' tfC. M$WEAVE 75

j. ... DAN FOR MCCARTY GOVERNOR 1d i E I i I tral chiefs Shades in and Pastel.Other. .and Handker Items Neu. I SUITS II I

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Kay I take this .e uu of ipr.stlnj. ta .aeh er 1 and LIFE a f,; press *
rri if liaetto gratltbd for yom" coofldene Py your

,6t. rte kTt flae A ai la the second prlatry 4ni I iatta&kfvl. 'i''M I I I I BRASSIERES:! I! even when the thermometer threatens to .

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It is diffievlt to express my feellna for the some faultless distinction you favor in regular

I 161U t>xtlTiac vork of my friends throughout\ riorldi. I Also Shut A +Complete iltg; of I:I C.IIILlUlEiVS: ) ( Dresses: hipfort' ;'; *.ud), Sun Suits l II'II'I weight Hart Schaffner & Marx worsted suits
"hh9. X cu best express my: appreeltftlon by eontlnuiif h r ".1li .1
vit&'a I Mothers; Day; I v* lr ; .;I:. The master craftsmen have taHorec! it m :"
4Ma sal aggressive eupalcn aal fey giving SWIM SUITS J l .1 N *z2 1

fil et n r44 t ioand, honest end laptrtlil a llalstr4elected. i Gift; Items J. )'.f..Jl P,I- single and double-breasted models, . to :.

'I tia. ilea I II I Including: Phoenix Ho:?. ? FEATURIWQKKI !k t = : I flatter liberal as well as lean-lined; figures! :;
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&&erls t, lavlie these who so loyally worked fort lIT ; Sun-back Dresces. Blouses. 1 I SHOESA Large Selection of Wits'. SHOES for Ir IrI = __,If'e; hose: Etery; Thursday at 1 o'clockLEWINSKY'S : sMEN'S

ty a pftoneatt to J'ia actively vlth us for success I Skirts. Many Other ItemsHEADQUARTERS I iI Drew. Sport ,inOliy I Weir ..:

ana.I I Plenty of Whites. Pastels. Gold. Mult}- ,t$ra'ta4 fctAtors I ;
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