The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00527
 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 8, 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: UF00048666:00527
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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i MAY 8, 1948 1r FIVE CtBTTB I
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I, Court Takes Under t,,,, GIRL, 16, CHARGED-- --_WITH. MURDERING'""la TATHER 4 Civic Improvement t- -: f

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2 p- m. Monday Judge Hilary II MEETIISC

Albury announced yesterday << .I r, I Hopeful Of )Rail FRIDAY ;

he would hand down a decision 1 s I Decision to meet next Friday lo fen a email bat .cline e*_-
nuUee for Iw enforcement in Key West was made at
of the cases against own I Strike Settlement a matting
: yesterday when a Civic; Improvement Auodatioa was formed. I'
ers of three saloons who
i i'I i iIR. The meeting was called by the Law Enforcement c... t_ ot

i charged with., violation of the liquor T_ ,.__. rr..iWASIINGTONChadrs Arthur'Sawyer' Post 23 of the American Legion and the riiiaimiiities .

laws. Ross; ot 33: associations'and groups in Key West were ranted h at t

a rp. Trial of the fourth owner ol'I :L
a saloon .was postponed until a FRANCES KORBELIK (center). 16-year-old lsI g\school girl !|}t Wheaton Ill, I has been jailed on I papermen today that President OUT OF PRISON groups represented at the __tin& -
later date.Defense
I a charge that she murdered her father. William JKoibdik, (p iiU.:: With the girt is her mother Truman is "Always Hopeful for I II :. . 4

attorneys; made a motion ' Korbehk president of the United Steelworkers Union).oc. 330. disappeared January ,10. His I settlement of the railroad dis r- On sti:2C5tten ., 0- usjGeorge .L. r

for dismissal of the charges,: body was found beneath a woodpile in the bassnent of his aoano recently. Officials said the pute. Conference; today with Allen Warren of ArttMr

filed by the police against Mrs.'I girl told them the shot her father the day ho vanished bec ;ne raped her the previous night. I the railroad operators and broth- : , Sawyer business Pot the firM onfer of i
:T was seieetie< ef chaw
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Armando Alfonso of the Silver a
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wore aw*
Bar Duval andCah'in
street 'i i'uLa"''-''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ...................... speeded up with the hope that the sented. Al MM. lord ro4.or. .
Losley. an employe of the 1'OUT and P.obert Dope. fen-Mr
CHAMBER\ SENDING nationwide tailroad strike couldbe city

Driftwood Bar Front street. f.Late Bulletins averted public service departaMMt dwvr d f

They asked for dismissal of the tor and a repHMiiUtu! ., the I
.. The crippling aspects of the

t." ".. ".. charges: against Mrs. AlfonsoI LITERATURE : I /rr The AlaI p"-, strike were noted when a Cham- f 3 Junior Mills Chamber was selected of Omaaiui aArr. all I
and the that :'
Lobley on ground 'I. ber of Commerce official in St. present voted ;
I they are only employes of the .
r ATTEMPT "I Louis said that if the strk goes Commander Warren mMntrrl ,
J I bars. TO AGREEMENT the Legion pooM n ..d the
mando Alfonso holder of the through, 200,000 to 260000 em- I
t. DETROrT.-Federal conc.liaton: reason for callmc UK muttm a*.
license for the Silver Dollar Bar, ployes in St. Louis alone would follows"The
today attempted to avert the : .
tAr t+...) pleaded guilty to sales of liquor Distribution Of Folder;p---- strike of 7S.GOO.CIO) United Automobile lose their jobs. Detroit manu- Ameriean L..*o.i .b... called
between 6 and 9 p. m. on Sunday. facturers said thai employment '
II IIDft. Workers next Wednesday .. this meeting far a vqr start I
.. MITCHELL FRANKLIN sales.Mrs. AUonso actually made the Will Uc Made In Florida r; -.1'1"1'.1'.1".1".6'.4 against the Chrysler Corporation.Little for automobile workers in that 1 1t ilk purpose. It hi not a pwhamlv I..
: Michigan industrial city .
fabovaU( proftMor la. the law { hope was given for a settlement trick to benefit eiUw the lsjtsiat
Hodes of the Gate Bar. last short while,
Stanley to only a
school of Tulane University at Southard street pleaded not guil- Georgia and Alabama -[Throws Au"ayOI ; before the deadline. because of insufficient inventory or ly a its' call officers.for help."Our It.. Qrite .....

Now Or.....*. has been appointed ty to charges that he sold beer I requirements that a railroad
Wallet Picks It interest ht law entorxrment
.4 !a legal. staff of the Unit- to two sailors both under age Up THREE INJURED IN CRASH strike would bring about. in this cite and ruitnlr. wan ..,

.. nation. The appointment one of 17 and the other 19. A program of advertising to I'And Finds $19 MONTGOMERY. pas- The railroad unoru, have entirely setfiali interest eat
t was denounced .. the floor of Hector Barroso pleaded not senders were injured and takento agreed to operate both troop and first in that we parted. set try
guilty to a charge that he had stimulate summer tourist busi- a hospital today when hospital trams during the strike
the HOMO in Washington" by : Jake Arocoviiz. who lire two ing to find out why Stile hwMin&.

.... F. Edward Herbert ofLowUiaaa sold liquor to two Marines bothof ness in Key West has been inaugurated -f obore the store he owns at trams the Hummingbird and the but even these trains would not in which we are now sleeting.

Tho congressman [ whom were under 21. Southard and Dust streets ';Arrow. crashed about 20 milesI be able to run should the railroad s. Nnrn. .. ..A..ML..ai. could be broken into five daflri.
by the Key West I
Mid tho appointment placM Dr. I City Manager Ralph D. Spalding went out to his garage this northof this citv. The Hum. operators go through with tai. SSirt..uwtMRS. i ent time in a oertod at leas than ,
I was a spectator at the Municipal Chamber* of Clam\ C. "I mingt&rd' is on Miami-to-Chi- their plans to stop all employ- j
Franklin In iUon' to "spreadkl Commerce- morning and saw a batered- ,the I BRIDGET WATERS. !(F six months >and sttR have aa hin,
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Court hearing yesterday. He ment on the day of the strike.It
} morning and saw a baiter4xrfJWXv cage run. :; whatever done"Cursory a it.
publicity chairman m V
Cotntnaaittic and Price an t I
venom ordered the arrest of all violators seemed certain today that Irish war bride convicted! dkiUip915her '

.ntl'Amorkani propaganda. tot 'nl,the liquor taws after warning nounced'loSaty:i *" ''':'.'' '":' *":1 into a'Jake'trash tossed l 'the-wallet"' *tOn ". REPRISAL ._ the United States GovcnmentJ' exGIiIiWtiutrpones : Ift'i i

... 'ceIIIIMt and otaco of the" 't fie"*barmen be was going to enforce CooI'-iumrn revening'brccres ox. would nav< to.take-over the rail-1 1, port vr : ,: 4 4I
for ,[
second thought he re WASHINGTON. oleo vie r : stiffly a picture upon ,
Kremlia.- the liquor laws. I roads.in cafe of a strike. or the : lion
fishing and colorful, turned the trash 'and in the House has had i I was made after Cllr roar
-- -- .---- - ----- superb trop- to box tory repercussions. entire nation would be crippled j! being released from the Nevada j''mittee
ical foliage will be particularly examined the weIlee-; It contained . To introduced was a t went t* the fcwr **..rr.
; $19 and Navy identification bill ban immeasurably I penitentiary at Carson City. ment authorities and .din.mlitaction. t tl
a repealing longstanding
Board Reports Official stressed in a new summer folderof I She has been paroled and will 1!l I .
card bearing the on export of tobacco seed. Proponents -
III which the first 13,000 will be name of Robert H. Webb of of the bill taw no reason Spencer Missing\ I Ii be deported. "At that UIM"t. on U>-. .
received from fie! i fourth robbery wo 2iwgs M
: printers on the Submarine Base. why a ban on exporting tobacco .
; Election Returns May 24. The folder is a two-color AronoTitz took the moneyto seed: should be hAd. when tobacco I I the orescot time mtuttnia W tu-

Friday lithographed brochure attractively Police Chief Joseph Kemp. was being shipped abroad. i Since 1'hur day: I II Truman Letter !: watch Lesion" because post are of ha a vine threat.. at-n-i atait-. ,

prepared by Houck & Com- Kemp turned it over to the Southern representatives saw this I i to burn this buildmc d.wn.When .
TUt.U11J6: 1: UK"' ONLY* Navy Shore Patrol for return move as a reprisal against the I Planes In Hi;nil Turned Over Toi we apoomlH hoe
pany of Florida( a Miami advertising nw
to Webb.rsr.l.l South for pushing throuqh the repeal
I OUH& COUNTY: RACES I Holds 2 Men For firm. Distribution of tho of the federal lax on sale of enforcement committee act. he
t 'II'" colored oleo. Warren Spcno :i\. s"n f.f Ni! .I ion i Maritime\ gan a little inveott******! err,
folder will be primarily in F1orida. Group I
-> Spcmtr owner of the\ T?.f<*.; ; II Delves we found so MMMMT r---
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IN HUiNOFK; Georgia and Alabama Court At t Hearing CRITICIZES BRITISH Jolla: I. Collins. has:; been missalnom I I
that Seep Divorces; robbery arson and etc" which
at vacalion-gocn in Cacscr's Creek on th Uppi j CIty Manager Ralpii D. Spalding -
MAY 25final :; .I MOSCOW -The'Soviet government I' had never been solved' that it w a-.
1... F. Blount and Walter B. aica Petitions seeking divorces were I Keys since Thursday according ;: was: advised today by.W W that ..
controlled Ivesa apparent we. a sfle.rpni
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election returns were Hcmbrcc, two Navy sailors. were The Key West Hotel and Restaurant filed yesterday in the office of scored newspaper the British lro the Coast Guard at Miami I Smith chairman of the U. S. zation. could do little .bnwt .t"
today actions
"udlf'dw.y by the Monroe held for the action of Criminal .: Circuit Court Clerk Ross C. Saw- which sent out planes to search
mId Maritime | ..
| Association to impetus in Palestine: by stating that I II Commission that hi; Commander Warren ... %.1'/i
County Canva*.ms: Board andit J vrr bv Diccnt &I'anteaamst; for him. I .
tent the Lesion Past ,
had bro
'the- summcr campaign, the "British are using a spy letter to President Truman' : r
was determined that nly four Jus-tice Edna Jackson Serantes and by :i I sfS-1 Spencer was last sn at I:3O! Ian the
I tem at the of the Ara connection with the. : a allowing naeratinnI
hotel in
intlie has offered to free expense ferry nrn-
give .
tuunty rare will be voted on Rhea Lanoue Dales against Frank I a.m. Thursday by crew member: r-- i' of slot macnmeii .in belt Jerusalemhas
run""' ( primary set for May to commit murder of Ramon crams and meals In tourists in DalesjiiiuiimiimimmimmimnmununiiHiiiiuuuiiuuik. I A cease-tire order in AI daylight; Thursday Spencervias W..al had been received by the> ; rooms but he added tw l funHI -
not been broken for one houras
lei. Puebla. a taxicab driver early Key West any day curing tin : I I a conference is being held lo I mining asoas a dinghy I commission. I: from the mcfHne were nnr.t I..

.It w.* determined that Barnard Thursday.; months that the temperature the which had been tied to the larger In his letter tv the city mana. I entertain veterans *t the Nv..I.II l
summer avert fighting in Holy City
Waite would oppose Harry John- The men wanted to plead guil- leaches 94 dcgices. This ,, of Jerusalem. boat The dinghy was later f'Kinu. I Igor Smith said in part: I J Hospital( end for nudoU f"I <

aon in the run-off for the seat ty to the charge but Justice offer will be publicized in ordti, LINDSEY I floating in the tern about two The recommended decision( j I school children

of rorwUblo for the first dwUict. Porter said they had no legal: advice the idea that Ko BLACKMARKETEERS I miles offshore I ., | It was -wggfalmn. ."f nt
to discourage
of the
Johnmn West
total of !I. supply them with an attorney if is CHUNGKING. ChinaA out ioI hearing in this case has been'I ..,... .. ,
man in \he race with a ]t Motor Co. government I and planes were<< sent | the name Civic -Mil>.boII. t Asociatton
drew 225 I they couldn't: employ one them- summer I official has stated that could find furnished all interested parties.srxOn .,
ill vote, while Waite Hotel Association-Cham- I search: the area. They was a4raM se the till-
and C FloncjPrUKW pad: %%3..!r selves. Joint committee composed the government must make more j no trace of Spenci As as the exceptions to the' i of the permanent group.I .
her of Commerce Used Car
For sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer i This is, a very serious charge I. Arturo I II Dealers war on the blackmarkelcers or i report and memoranda in sup- City Manager ftoh* O. M.r.' '

drew 2.212"Uk'S, as against John! that is facing you" Peace Justice of Max Herman Arnold else the whole Chinese economy port thereof are received you 11 m; who was prgx'ni, wa r..l*.-..

F. Spot U wood's 1J351. SpotUWoiHt Porter aid: I. Boza. ,Rogelio Victor Lang Gomez William and Harold ;, '10IIuvnl: } StreetNext I will collapse. The official ex- Building>' New bay':'ion be will assured give, that full consideration the cummi -- I ur. >n. for a few r..m.rh. sal h.

will Sheriff SawyerIn The men assaulted Puebla change rate of the China dollar j said that the ntv tarry Mvr
oppose I R. Latibscher met l') du:>cui i i to La Concha Hotel I to the facts of record and I
the run-off. I while driving: out Roosevelt boul- Cuban today is set at 324,000 to one I Ice StrUt' any kind of law tniuniimM u..*
j for encouraging more i lure the views of the interested
For county. rummusioner in the j evard. While one held him with means dcti TELEPHONE 501 American dollar. The black market I I I ."* par- j it wanted.
travel to this cityA ; I tir
fifth dutrtrt. Harry Harm got al I a knife. the other returned to rate is $1,200.000 Chinese dollars "The better ltmnt eon. closer

t..sal of 1,21' vote and Joe John. town to get gasoline Police an- sion was leached to print a small !i: to one American dollar. Construction ..f ..n ice platform -I The commission examiner recently this town up. if it w.n*.4 ...." ,*. I II II
severing a call sent in by a womanI booklet in Spanish: for distrihu- 'He (;hevolet "Flecttttater held against tho insuring I
diew 834 They will be in the, I and a display room wa the city manager Thegamzation. alter '"
evil tunoffTlie I I I near the scene of the assault ar- tion to passengers northbmmd on : Door Sedan started by Thompson Enterprises of a loan to the Gulf Atlantic the. not deeerirra Ire I ,

jUktK-c of peace fight i in rested one of the men and then Aerovias "Q" planes selling forth :' Chamber) ThankedFor Inc.. today at Margaret and Cam Transportation Company The'! ruforcement have y. It w .::1
went on Roosevelt boulevard attractions and shopping facilitiesin 17 liuirkSpecial I commission was to have ruled on : be cinch for ,
the around dutrict will be be- Imp streets. A building permit no vat arrgtie I"I
teen, Boy llamlin. who cot 768 where they disarmed Blount. Key West Through this it is ; Sedan Ue j Conch Shells (-..lIm for the expenditure of I his report on Thursday. No word i I change. ctxrdili..... that hove exist
that Cubans cnroute to : has vet been received here re- "
Contmura On Page Eight) hoped $1.000 was taken out from Build: Ied I here for veora.
17 Ford
1 1 Miami via the plane-bus connect t! Super OrLitxi ine Inspector Errol V. Sawyer. Rardin the commission's decision Frank Rentiev.i ........ e'I"" ,

Palace Theater tion here can be induced to stop ; 4-Door Sedan (Choice of Two) | H-trold( Coles. Jacksonville executive I The building on the corner is i i of the Elks CtarH. incised tier

in the city for a while. ' vice president of the The v :'croup to the .
over 12 Cadillac: I 1 now being: torn down. ne Die new awoxx .r
I Coming; lolluyvifiv Maria Monies and Rod Cameron campaign is hein;;: Florida State Chamber of Commerce the club
; The summer : Door Sedan I I building will b<* of concrete block Gamblers Held room fnr its M.t Fri
"Pirate Of Mtmterej"In financed through contributions thanked Manager Harold construction 20 ft wide and day meeting The offer was *'

i Park ( Technicolor) if individual firnv In Key West- *12 Merrurv' I Laubscher of the Key West 139 I feet long The fount end of it I Five negro men and one colored ceoted.
The magnitude of the program I Chamber of Commerce for sending nlatform and the Dopp said the Jaycees 1
NEWS and SHORTS Door Sedan will be the i IT woman were arrested at 917 w.n
7:3: (") It.- I. will rest entirely upon the several conch shells to decor I rear room will be fm, dt;olayNOTICE Thomas street la t night; by Po- (Continued On Pace Eight:
i amount of money that is made i 17 Chevrolet; ate the tables at a Florida dinner I lice Lt Ray Atwell on charges

: \I..uh".. Ma 1O I available At present $300 has, Thriftmaster Pick-Up Truck held recently at WaJunston ;,i i of gambling They were taken

;3 ,...._.''a}. May 11 i I been accumulated in the fund : "This act on your part should i i i to City Jail and subsequently
HOLBROOKRefrigeration I : 16 t
Show of the Year The amount of newspaper and DodgePickUp pay very great dividends saidColes !i I released under $15 cash bond FOR SALE
Th Comadr i'i
ee radio advertising that can accompany Truck : letter. "The conchs were at' for appearance in Municipal

the campaign depends upon the head table and on them were of Elk Club Court before Judge Hilary Al-
t DONKEYSOFTBALL within 39 Dodge printed the of the Special Meeting '
names various
of moneyraising : Jury Monday. 1947 Tudor
Service I the the success next few weeks. Door Sedan guests," Monday May 10. at 7:30 P.M. j Sedan

Phone I PHONE 124- '36 Ford I All Very members important.are urged to 1941 Ford Coupe I
742-W Tudor Sedan .tHraa..t Gar*** l R. I "

I.UlfIIS SI'II..1.s I TICKET OFFICE ; I I TWINS GARAGE attend. I! MOULDINGSat Excellent Condition

TIIRIU3 Guaranteed Work on All AIRLINES : "F eaurillg Quality ii*. 0...! Street f k*_ 11 H. G. HARDEN. -at-

Domestic Commercial i Auto Repairs Painting Secretary. Monroe Motors '1ft .
Local Players Riding Live.Tricky. II TOURS Used Can Only"9 House Committee I LUMBER YARD (
Refrigeration PRICE I Body and Fender Work
Trained Donkeys i I "NO TRADE-INS REQUIRED TELEPHONE 816 Fear Frifnillv Ford Ihder
.....nIi 411 Fleming Std i"1IilllllClllbIiIUlWlWUl r NMfIaNNN111UII111IIUr' r.e..l.eA.t.. Part for All tar




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... MOTHER'S DAY ....;v ., .eeee.e.eeaeee.e.eeele5. Do You Know That STASSEN AND TAFT CHECK OHIO PRIMARY RETURNS
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me.atQrit1.utt .
-ftfte !J _ s', Radio :

L.P.btlab.d r. ARTJIAN.Dally Owswv Xzeept teed 8 p 7.;.b1y*r -* ., Mother's 'Day :is an embracngterm| ; ProgramsNETWORK .. The: word "curious"; once meant r : _

.J.; AOHMA rr*u.m AKTMA The Cltl .ea ne BalMtnar i.*.. ata.a.*r g h as is Father's Day, or any other particularday .......................;.. scrupulous, nice or fastidious. -

Center Greene and Ana Street T I 4
observe commemorate. But accumulates
Only Daily :>r..pa.la Key West and we or PROGRAMS especially

atoaraa..County neither all mothers nor all fathers are Eastern Local Time. rep central on human fingers and in liquids..

-..... *- .....re< at K.t West. Flortda..eoDa' class matterMRMaRR worthy of the remembrance and honor I subtract two tae It.hour"" ..,'5 eme ter Kcal mewntemsubtract ata- 1 Americans.use 28 tons more oil

T OF *HH A.*fiselualvaly C1AT1U: PRIG entitled-. to paid t io them on a given day. tone local schedules cJiange. hear last* minute racy :re-W I II per capita than all the rest of the
Tb. A_Uted Praaa U
gram change caanet be include
... tar rep.ik.rwt.ot all news 1aUI.kpaW4dand The most remorseful person we have I world put together.
.. !. It *r credited
.1 law the. local news' published here.Dae ever seen was a mother. She was in the SATURDAY, MAT aIwaiag

W .aSCRiPTION: !. .-RATES.': 11"0 sunset of life and was seized with a full : LEGALS 5a z
Tearls *..0S.7S realization that she to blame for her 150-Summary of.N.ws-nb. i ..
ktaatba was Newscast Every Dar-cbs \OTirK OF *1.K OF "RAflrtt'
tbre MwathB ..{Cat work!; Untie Time at* PAR"
: Isle Moatatakly r 1.00 children having gone wrong. She had been :!Jpance Time-mbs-bailc TO ALL"WHOM IT MAT COXOKRN -

\ .J1i more concerned in pursuits that for the ,::1J-R lIglon, 'la-News-aba i : Notice U given that In the
.. In My OpfDioOCb.Bibl. liquidation of my 'atller'at.
r ADVERTISING RATES :Mtfac a-aba th* husineft. know asRAfL'S
i' Made Known oa Application nonce, contributed to her own pleasure at S:3O-NBC Symphony-cbeR BAR." located at 4Z2 Smith's' Lane.
.* Barber Key West. Florida. alone with all
the of the of Sport.websHarry
'o .PBC1AI. JTOTICH tesosanoass'J.t expense proper stock In trade furniture and fix
i An .....* aettoea. card et thank her children. During their childhood and LtaBce.Vfjawtr Jktaslc- Sports-abt a-\la.lv mares *nod will. licenses and fraachlses .
will be
reepeet. bttRaarr aatleea, 'poem.. ete. ':4S-News and Commentary Is herewith offered for sale.Interested .

) chanced. for for at entertainment the rate of It br cents churches a line.Notkes from which youth they ,were without her guiding hand Jack Ball. Comment-ab communicate bldoprs with the are undersigned invited' to

.. be derived are S cent a line. 7:00-Mr. Ace Jane-cbs
a revenue I. Julies F.
and warning voice, and did much as they ur with his attorney.
dlsVaaatr Melody h'airporated-abe i
and Invites
Tfce. aa open Jr. Naturally, the sale will
' Wilk: : local or Hawaii Call Musiciana- nb
of lasses and .abjectof pleased. The day of reckoning had come I he tft the blrbest and best .._ra. laUreat, bat It will act pabilnh anonymous 7:30-Curtain Tim. Drama-nb* and will be subject to the approval -
*.ewsiMiialratloaa.IMPROVEMENTS. and remorse showed in the set of her lips Ab This Barrows la A4"eDtllrabe bone;-cbs ;-_ . of the County .1.4<<.'. Court.
(iul) Ravi Peres, Jr.
r and the hopeless, self-condemning starein News Broadcastmbe1:49H. : An Administrator of the Estate
I : Carmichael Sonc-cba' of Raul Perez Sr, de-
FOR KEY WEST, her eyes. Twin News Comment-mbsi. ;i ceased.twayt7.,1l1r..
CITIZEN -00-The Life of RHey-nbc
But a good mother stands: out aloneas Suspense Drama Hour -cba' 1iN
Role Dolan. Ixt.ctlve-a be ,- .\ ,
the most precious individual in life. To Twenty Questions QaU-rob* THIS ORO-IT- COURT OF THK

1. More Hotels and Apartments. her the care of her children and the crea- IdO-famous Truth or Jury Consequences Trial_aba-cbe 'OF EiE5ENTH. LOHIU"JI. \ AMI FOIL("HM"'T MO- HAROLD E. STASSEN (left), candidate fir: the Republican presidential nomination. Site in ,Iua'

'Pavilion. ROB COt: T\-. 1% CMCKIir. and checks returns from Tuesday's" primary ia Ditto. Mffctz a. .
2. Beach and Bathing Stop Ma. Gas Sbcw-rabs .. home at South St. Paul. Minn :
tion of home life that husband 1-333
3. Airports-Land and Sea. a appeals to iSXr Joan Hit Parade Sinatra-cba TACT{ S. LRVT.> Senator Robert A. Taft and his wife stay close by the telephone) at his erflc Is W41.kiag/mw. .n i

I : 4. Consolidation, of County and and children are the goals she ever Gang Davis Busters Comedy Drama-,aba* ). ". NOTICE Plaintiff.TO APPEAR mary returns flow in. Stassen and Tall contested in the primary for OMw's $= p.e.ileaMd ......

City Governments. tries to attain. It is to her and millions: of Keep Up With,, KidsRibs5:30Judy CdSLIA- LfcVT. gates to the Republican National Convention.
.. Can & Show-nbc 5 Tfefendant.nror I
5. Community Auditorium. others like her that the greatness of nations Murder Vaughn and Monroe Maloneabe.ram. Show-cfcs. CELIA LEVY m conjures ..- _- 1

\ owe their chief debt, and it has been 10OO-K.y': of Kycer Song Collage'cbsSaturday QGZ! .-mba. A hereby eno.. required Chelsea.rn the Massachusetts to above file your divorce appearance are- ,.I!I LEGALS t TAYLOR GETS A TOXCIT L.\SIIING !

due to her lack of true motherhood that Serenade cbs3rvt. ,: action on or before May 17th. l'4$. I =- -' -- - -
Quiz-abc-ba ic
a nation has fallen. The decline and Chicago Theater-raba or a default will b. entered against COI'HT OK TIIK '
: MONOGRAPH\[ many 1% Tillr.IICT.T : '
10:30-The Grand Ol.% Opry-nbo you.Done;;; and Ordered at Key Nest"' .: ..-\K\TII J Illicit.. ('H'T .
eventual fall of the Rome of two thousand It Pay to De IP>>OI"atcU..loft Florida. thin, lth day of April. A. OK THK MTTK' OK FMIKIIIl.
G Dear Readers: lloedown-abc i>. 154$. .\ .%\.. FOR """""": C'OI %T'.
years 'ago were due in a great measure to 11.00-News &: Variety 2 hrs.-nbe (SEAL i\ cnSCERI.
: Tomorrow is Mother's Day a News. Variety Dance. a'nra,,.-cbs Roes C Sawyer, 1'a.e \.. 11-ass Fc
her of her children and her.home
:and neglect >ewe and Dance flour-a bo Clerk of the Above Court. riNCEXT: SKKANTKS..: ali-o known
day for all good mothers; a ''Pance bluele'Timemba12:00Danclng t .. MiltAXTRX, rI
: proud life. My: (t-d) Kathleen Nottae. I a IOKXT: :
Continued-abc-wcat ... Dt'1.ut ClerK. Plaintiff
remorseful day for neglectful'mothers. However much we honor good moth. a'Pr.114maTIa.UU.I I vx. iti tonn:
: THE ORACLE- ifn.!ant.OIIIIKIt .
.;" ers that "much" of little consequence.The NETWORK PROGRAMS THE r.RrlIT (-0111T OF TIIK OK P' BLlTIONTO '

,. full measure of our devotion to them Eastern' Local"-Time. Fer central:: KI.K\THE>'TH*TTi JIIMCI4I: OF FLORID ii"fT'TOF .I :
subtract one heur, fer, aneuntainsubtract I lAMI FOil MOMIOK ('OI >T\. Edna Jackson Srant. I t I
falls short in meeting the fullness of the two hours. Some local' station r.'rER\-. li: :Market Strefl.New .
: HE CANT HELP'IT change hour of relay, to rat 11.3.3MANDiE I York New: York.
debt we owe to them. With them their local 1 schedules..Last minute prapram FAY('seee.HAGLEY Tou are hereby rrquiml to ap '
e".n.e. eat fa i.nel..oed. pear t<> the Itill Co' Complaint) for
children and their home come first. Theyare [ CRENSHAW. ,'. PlaintiffROEERT divorce In the almsp *ll*.l cause <.n ,
un OlirE = ''s
hYi rc
:[ Anyone who thinks the retailer has I Ta. CRENSHAVX.onnr.it t.r I..r..re .b.- 7.h day of June. A
willing always to efface self to pro- SUNDAY, MAY 9 ...foP..clan.. n. 1'4$. otherwise the >.ilcgationstherein .

.pn easy!' time of it should think.again. I mote the wellbeing of their loved ones. Aft.......). .Tt OF PI ni.icTio\ Thin Order will iff(Is, to taken lie publish amcwtessed i>nola ..

100- merica United.- Talks-nbeDoorway : week, for four roniu-4-nilive weeks,
A Wall Street Journal reporter recently I A devoted mother is not only willingbut .to J.ife-cba. Rn"'r'II..on Crenshaw.. f i I in The Key \\'r,.t Citizen, a new
I 712 N. 13th Street.Fort
Sam-Pettengill. \ TalkabeWm. i publish. in the CUT of Key
, : surveyed the situation in Newbury- happy also to go without many material Sbirer Comment-mba> You are Smith hereby Arkansas required, to appear Nest, Florida. I
1:1fr: Editor at Home-abc- IM.NK: AN1/ ORDERED bu 7th
which ago things if she can keep honor and to the Hill for 1I1".retll.d agaiastyou .. H
porti Massachusetts! a year The Music Box-mbs-basle In the above sty'ed: cause on or dar f May. A. I I"s.
contentment in her home.Iother's 1:30-Chlcairo Roundtable nbe before the VIh day of May. A. D. (SICAL
.made national headlines with a brave but Tell It tain.. Drama-cba 194$. .Ih.rlli the allegation= contained Ross C. wY..r."I..rk I 4A.
) should be atlonal Vepere-afle therein will. he taken a. con of the Circuit Court
; priori-lived effort to beat inflation byacrosstheboard Day every day, :Mother's Day Program-mbi. fessed.. Monroe County Kl..rl.la
because on every day she :strives; to make *;OO-Olmsted and Co.-nbc Pone and Ordered at Key Wait. Uv. t"'" Anne (: Lx>nK...erth.. .
New- 'CBS 4s There Drama-cbs Deputy !;
price .reductions. Florida thin! Kth day of April A.
Week Around World abo < > Allan II. Clearr. Jr.
life as agreeable as she can for her loved 1'. 154x.CIRCI'IT! .
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small community but it is Air Force: Show-mba ( COUnT SKAt.) Solicitor for Plaintiff.ma
Luryport: fa a : I
2io-Robert' mny8laS.1519Is
ones. Merrill Concert-nfco Ross. C Ka". >er. .

Uypical) of a large segment of this country. Well did Kipling exclaim, "Oh, Mother .II News r.: Pr.stdent-abo-Commentary a I By: (..Clerk." Ann.of .Circuit... Ixnfrworth.f Court.I "
.IXaws:,Veterans' Panel-roba. f Clerk. TIIK f'lRCI IT CUSHY. OK Tin -I
.the reporter found that the merchantsare of Mine !" and then go on to tell to what 2:4-Opinlon Commellt.cbl';; William V. Alhnry.Attoroe eputy KI.KlTII: Jl .... ."I. IRCI ITOK

Tin !TTK' : OK VI.UKII%, ; ... ...
more perplexed than ever. Sales arc extent a mother will go to help and defend SOOJ The Symphony.Parade.Hoar Comment-cts :-Due "- >' fS'P Plaintiff.apr.l7-24mavl-! I IN _%NII KOIt Ilo. ,Itol: (01 NT*. .1'i a

Laeele, bo ; .y t'lll\I'Fh41. I SENATOR GLEN TAYLOR of Idaho third party vice pneW o
down 20 cent. Inventories arcrfoinir. her children. Charlie's louse-Ribs: Can* . 11-3X3
10 to per f% THE nnri IT rot RT OP THF. RIIHA I_ Xu,'f: \-A J.F.U" fial candidate stands before Police Judge OUTer Hail ta $4r4a.
3:15-American Almanac aba. -
Kl.nt .:' 1'11 .11 HIT!"I. ('IH'T IManitlff.
.. And.customers are.proteasing\ ) ,high 1 a3Oo.n.)[ad'-.oo-M.' pv? Wt> THE ..KTATOH,-V.4)14 Iii'. "". ,. \ORCR ingham. Ala. at his trial ea diserdariy conduct cKary... TK
and Its'progreVd .Tn the
. Religion Mothers Day feone-abo .\ ,>!> FOil '1""RUIC'Ul''T\. .'nAX"LI- O. .
The Juvenile Jury-rabs .\ ("11.'\('.:.'' isafendant. judge gaTe the senator a tongue UtIkiBf. eMW w. a NWMj

prices.In situation like this the merchanth world, suffers more from self-anointed\ 4.-00-<3oli XId,. Joe Kelly-nbo Case ,_ 1'_ OIIDRn: OK PI Bl.ir.'TM N j seeker then fined; him $SO and cost and ........ Urn .. 9M "
a saints than from all the sinners. John.B.ot KennedyeboHous. Mystery, -mbs JRAXRTTE PERLilXN Plaintiff.VK. = TAMNT.. TO: Frank Valera.IfifI days in jaiL The jail sentence was ............ b.w..a..d

< really caught between the devil and the : nll'oHCFSAMCF.I. ........
4:15-Cal Tinney Talksabe4:30News : Kim Street. Taylor was placed on six months JWoI ftioa. TM tte4 a

i deep blue sea. He has to keep his shelves CLEAN-UP TIME : U.ioC H4J-rb T.UIXY.Th>fen To Be Announced<<: -cbs
.well atoc.ked-and at the same time he has r Opera Audltionb ORDER. OF PI ni.l(- TIO\ You are hereby required to appear segregation laws at a meeting of the S:."_:a K.gea YeHta
Detective J"sterl.-mb. TO: to the Hill of Complaint for divorce;
lo take extreme care lest he become loaded The spring and early summer com- !9-00: -The Sunday Theatei-flbe Samuel Tamny, In the above styled cause on or Congress.
Jannett Davis Son-cbs 1415: Crotona Avenue before the 71h -d.ay of June; .\. I>.
up with goods that won't move..Hehas} : munity clean-up is one of the oldest and Treasury Agent-aba Bronx, Xf'Wnrk., I'4$. otherwise. the allegations .
The Shadow Drama-mba An lo keep on giving high standards of ser- most valuable of American institutions. It !5:15-Phil Davle Orch.-cbs "00 Annonia Post Office. This Order Is to Iw published oe."e .
Sih! Street and ArnvterdamAvenue. consecutive weeksin
week for four
f a
vice. The retail store whetheri i it )be a makes for attractive homes and towns. Ac- :*>-Prankle Carle Drama-abe Band -rb. The Key \WM 1 newspaper -
Counter Spy : !
New York City. New York. pul>li."hed In the (' ty.of Key
chain or an Independent, can't afford to go cording to medical men, it helps fight Quick as a Flash-mbs You are hereby required. to ap- I ".-....t. Florida.M i I
Evening; pear to the Bill of Complaint for | .:VK: AXI.' Vmi KREr. this ?th i
backward.The disease, by getting rid of germ-filled re Service nbo divorce In the above style ..au_ ..nor ....>- .., :Mav. A. It. l>i". .
f:00 Catholic Radio -
I the of May. A. .
before list day Ron C Sawjer.'lerk -
Newburyport Plan with Us arbitrary fuse. And it is absolutely essential to fire The brew amity Pearson Time Comment-abe-cbs I>. 1'4S. otherwise the allegationstherein of the Circuit f'ourt.J s ri

10 cent price cuts failed be- Those ebsters.. :Skit-mba will be taken a* confete MORrow County. FlorMa. '
per prevention. This Order IK to Irr published i ICy: fad) Anne ,". l.ongworth.; ..i

*raue, the margin of profit on most goods :Many fire departments have on hand 1:15-News t.30-Hollywood Summary PreviewnbePercy -aba I once weeks. a in week The for Key four AVt-M consecutive Citisen.newspaper .. a II (SKAI.I lK-.ulv Clerk. I

.fA I too small to make such a cut possible. Faith Concert-cbs published in the City of ....I!Allan It. CJeare.. Jr.
selfinspection the Ever ToW aba
guides prepared by Greatest Story : KevVe...t. Florida. Soli<-it<>r for Plaintiff'
It it had been continued long enough Melt Carter Detective-mba IH :SB AXI OKI.KRKP this flth:: may"- ;: -.2'.1 istsMITH !
I National Board of Fire Underwriters. The
7:00-Jack Benny Comedy-nbc day of April. A. 11 "4V!
I storekeepers would have taken heavy The Gene Autry Show-cbs I tsi.11.1
advice given is simple-and it is also vitalto
1 Love AdventureabeSherlock Ross. C Sawyer. 'i: TO f HKIIITOIt
losses! and eventually courted bankruptcy. domestic and industrial safety. All rub- Holmes-rabs. Clerk' of the Circuit .'..nrtf IN TIIK t 01 RT OK Tilt I''ItT*
7SO-Phil and Alice-nbo Monroe County Florida Jl 'H..:. 111)51101111 'T' +
Whether the customer realizes it or not bish in and out of buildings should be r.londle and Darwood-cbs By: Anne ,'. l.. n !r: .Tth. I-I.OIIII rHOIItTI; l
The Clock Drama-abe: Deputy Clerk In re: Estate of
rnoHt t stores faced with the pressure of gathered and disposed of. Heating Uabrlel Heatter bo.-mbt: t Allan B. Cleare. Jr. AI.TOX: II. RolSKUT. .
up ::00-Edgar Bergen Charlie-nbo Solicitor for PUintiff.l I'rlram..1.l G

tougher competition and buyer resistance, equipment of all kinds should be inspectedby Sam stop the Spade: :Mnxic\ .Quiabc cbs f mayl-.l.-2.1$4t- I T. All Claim Creditor or, and IvmandXe|vrn.. llainje \..,-

now earn unit profits which are less than experts in order to ready it for hard Tbe Mediation Board-mbs Said; Estate
OF Till
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':30-Fred Allen Comedy-nba \ou and each of you arc h..rl" i
the average before the war and .:1.\ K>TII JI "U" U. ('lit*'I ITIF' .
during ; .
X cbsMovies 'quir..eI't.
use next winter, and needed repairs shouldbe The Man Called : nolifird and r< prent an
..UIIIU'.I" _\M> 'OH N1)ROF >-
: Commentary-mba < -laimi and ilrman.U. which "'1,. -.r
OPA. On staple goods the profit is [ : (''''''TC'1f'\<'Kill.I '. _
only cords .. axa.n"l th.estate t
made at once. Electric lamps :45:-Twin 'ewl.Comment-nab. >.. 11.30.REt : "either f ion. may have act

two.. or three cents per dollar of sales, and and appliances should also be checked for .65:-Five Minutes News-cbs: I 'L.SH CASS.Sometimes .-ease In t:00-:\lelTYGoRoundlibeIeet known a* County JtHlKe of Monroe.un<\ .
soma cases I is even smaller. So don'tblame CoMb Archer-ctw JOHN e. s ;.
possible dangers. Flammables, such as ;MRS. :: .Florida at his office in the car.rt
Waller \Vinchell Time abc
Plaintiff.LINDA .
'' Count at Kr\ Wrst.Florida .
house of said
1 your merchant when something paint and cleaning liquids, should be care- Meet Me at Park"a-mbs VJl. within. eight> : <:.l"ndar a p{
seems to cost t:1 -Hollywood Comment-aba A. GREED et al. months from the time of th. first ,
too much-he can't help it. I
l fully stored, and rags which are used with 1:30-Album Familiar Music-nbc DefendantOTICK publication of this. n..U..a'h .
Strike It Rich. QuU-cbs \ Ttl %PPKtHMI OHIIKIl claim or demand ..hall Ix. in writ- + h
them should be kept only in closed metal Theater Guild Hour-abc 01VI ni.K'\TIO\ ine. and .hall elate the i>U.'e of ,
: LIVING COSTS Jim' Backus Comedy-mbs IV: THE :NAMK: u. Tilt STATE OF I re.* lene and hoist office athlress of +
containers. 10.00-Take It or Leave It-aba FIAlUli.S the claimant and hall he worn
I Mickey Roonry Story--cba: TO Tilt l Ittt'tXIt.\XT: : to by the .claimant aKent or atl.-r-
Careful clean-ups were never more Voices of Strings--mbs l.INIA A_ (:RFEnresidrnrr nev, and any sorh claim ..r demand t
Food supplies are ample, but food March alone fire I 10:3O-Horace Heidt Show-nbo unknown: not .a. riled shall lie onlVeral .
needed than now. Last .'. Rl'K, residence unit .
Escape Drama Series-cbs C Roberts.
prices have been holding close I a Fe Ra: cad freight tr.u is piledup
to the now n.: .
peak. worth of Commentary on Movies-abaClary's .\* exet-utor .f the Lust'VIII
destroyed over $74,000,000 prop- Gazctte-mb. lion \TIU1.1.._\" ": IIAKKACI.or and T..lam..nt ..f Alton near Ardmor: Okls. with s** ral hoodrcd Read et tivf.tcck
Practically every article listed as "living I 10:45 :Music /;il. T: I5 Oxford Ave'nor 11. It.iarts. deea.edIN I
Network aba !
: -
erty-a jump of about 2.5 per over Philadelphia. Pa.: killed:-but this lone steep came out alive, waggaag tU tail k-
eosts" has \ay".I.n4": : :! :
apparently reached 11:00 News &: Variety 2 hrs-nbe "
'; the tops. the same month a year ago. Unless it is News. \..rlety. Dance S hrs.-cba: Till- .HOVK:I.1VIN NA.MKP. ANI a'iR-IF hind it. It was in a carload of >h*.p. all .4 whach yttuhasl

{ Supply) and demand seem to be getting checked a new high record of waste will News Ness and Dance Dance Band Band 2 bra.--abc mbs roNS.1... .\It.IF TIIK rXKNOWNIIKII'.o. : Till /'01'>TS Jl U.Fw'OI IT.IN !i Thirty:3ne curs were wrecked and fie.men sport. .*. .< MM
% KOIt
C nearer in line this day pulling cut fires that broke* tin tl
spring than for time 12:00: -Dancing- Continued- ," -westYour <* acs Ildideti ai1Mi
any uIt I'HOIitTI
again be established this year. Those dollars TtI-S: .Ht.\STI-I-S: KI.OIIIII IN
during the past; three OTHER C'IJI.'s- In re F:..talr..f i sulphur.A .
years. i are represented lost housing, buildings I.KR: THEM Asia: Till: TX-: 1'l1.VRt.l.rriF'UnrNrl: : "I'nn1".1.r
I t .
HoroscopeSATURDAY ---- - -- -- - -
Pages and pages of KNOU SporsKS:: OF SAID i -
advertising in I
city I
materials manufactured NOTIt TO I UITUII":
food 1-KRSONS.: :
newspapers' are being taken raw AM. PERSONS: II \VINi: : ORCIIMINr To Ml Crdilorv and I er..4.n... listing J large amount of hcu\ I In .Ibt N .ij.i In-liin tnUr.fw.liu d
over to sell goods, and everything else that can burn. MAY a. i94 -Today : : TO IIA\K ANY: Clrflni or lH-niand "", ain"I'I freight is shipped l tJY water front .. \., ak a strasa*.t h. "

new and old houses at prices three or four fire takes gives a broad, powerful mind INTEREST: IN: Till.I..- Sail K.ttate: West Virgin.a. t'ticj alon-1 IhrOhio rias.' i.. Ilhit, ihi ,. 1\ .1 M I
with more hoP..h't
And along property with original I.OWIS.XI.S: \ou and each wf you are
times higher than they were before World conceptions. You I..t Tntvon (SI1 of the To",'n- t notified and required to ,.r"'nt any i Itivt-i. .J4. !'.n
than 10,000 lives annually. The spring should have much influence site. of 1SUAMORAPA.: a..r.linll: claim and demand- which ou. <'r
War I. And If )'ou8'n't dig up enough effective among people, but should aim to to the Plat thereof rett clean-up can he one of fire's most! Plat Hot.k;; One 41 > at Page 4f, ..| estate of ('n.\HI.'"""' 1': .'1.'.RI-VCK:: ,
-money' to buy one of these houses at pyramid avoid straining after unprofitable the J'uhllen..or.
pricey just see'of,you enemies. things, a misdirection of effort, >. Florida Monroe County. Florida. Jt .hr...I-. !
can rent
a houseor which detract from YOl. ANTI KACII OK' YOtare fne in the'onrl lloiie .f .u l.unH t
may your herehv. notified that a suit has been .-.. at .Key \\'e"t. Florida within -
an apartment at a decent and practical HOW DO THEY GET THAT WAY? popularity. Seek to conserve the. brought against you by KKI'UAIIf eight. 181 calendar monthfrom 91WNINGSR'hen

fiffure. This sad tale can be enlarged to energies in proper) directions, in'.f CASS. sometimes.. known a* MRS the time of the first. p..loIi.-.n ..f
JOHN As." to quiet the title of this nolicc.i .:a..h..a. im or dem.mdoffi.
include nearly all other necessities not to waste a portion of the plaintiff and to remove certain hi" agrnl: I. or his attorneyS. and .tn\
of life. The number of political prophets .
i the life. clouds. from the title t<> the lands the ptacc of resi.lrn r and p" -r

In short; inflation still marches defiantly ; among writers on National politics who SUNDAY, FAY 9, 1948Thisday hereinabove de....rll..d. which are in e :address of the clamant the ..Uinunthi .Rid. OPEN-ir. A Ditlintlirc ,f KYI**.*

across the land. Why can't Congress have prophesied that conditions between produces a nature with i I i i:Monroe hereby County.repuired"Florida to file and your you appearance arei shall* spent.Iw sworn, or his lo alorneand by .. .. anlynch When CLOSED: ( ,'. A Per/,.,., St,.rm <****<**

this. suit on ..r before I claim or demand n t f.1..t I
strong sympathies mingled with in CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SMUT METAL
do something about it? Suppose you write Russia and other nations of the world are ,[ the JIM day of May. 19IS. otherwise hall tt- vvid.liated . GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR MOT
the combative tendencies
which' the allegations of the hill of complaint | at KeyVet.. Fl"ri..i! MM--
your Representatives in the House or the getting better in every .way, fail to offer I characterize this month. There in aid snit will l he taken. asconfessed ;th day of .Mav. A. l I'. IflHts. Finished in Gleaming Enamel- V.ur Choice of L.....*.

Senate 7Rlcent any proof to support their optimism. Of the elements is taken of hold success of in in what- ( bv COURT vouCIRCl'IT SEAL) As.|Adminixtratrix> Zelma It. .urr\.f ram the, t..L.l..iamento .+.'- Simple lo Operate .Monogram FHA Teem''Jr Dr-itm- M 4ti on B*.*...* .....
ever earnest I Paled (his :Sth daof April. 1 4S.I !! tiniex
course Russia" knows that the civilized ; but do not pick up the I I Ross C Sawyer Will and Testament. .' ...t'b.,.-- Installed nOAC 614 GMEKNI3 ST.

decisions of the Supreme world has! turned against her. Nevertheless cudgels at every indication of t f Clerk Florence Circuit E. Sawver.Court.Ry ceased lolle Florence iirr\- .1.1W. by LEE' DJtUOa 1'IIO( >K: .I

Court nuggeAU that the law b neither fixed the Russian leopards have not changed opposition. Controi-yourself and,.Robert Holland &: Strickland.I Deputy .Clerk. Attorney. Curry for lu'rri Administratrix*. I Phone for FREE Estimate

kt-t-u active the more liberal side Plaintiff. cum tes-iamente annexe, I
their I I Solicitor for
nor readily/underetobd.<

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.WOntHJNGTON.been Mien-gyp),Tons of reUe j suppkes' .
from Worthington
Mt war-shattered Cra&dtlwiarbi
I. 10 each Gwmany.Inth.. And about'2OJ each town writ.Jrtnsion ..' 't-
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tnt tu ,lrl in +nd.eaA I V/Gi'tbicgton sponsors of tM plan ,
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Chhaties,txaentl. Mr. and I1S-.t i NY it has paid off in exchange .
'Cuhf.1. after sending of ideas and plc&aire 'at doing. fr .
gifts 10 tlw1t QaUiI1t. fritnd. .,00<1 work. '
PDNofed, .a
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Crailaht.jrn United Slates has 321,000
tt.r'r.ufh Combined was Relato ,.chosen' .I ',.'rs of pipe that carry 'manufactured -. .
A.I I'JJnon..d \;
.a Operate" in Car neutral and (Ikjuened :
f many (CRALOQ tM.08" U was Cases from their sources. to places
Pimilsr In size ed iaakely ta of upplication. -
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11.- Nearly half the U. S. mer-
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tr 4 in New York rcconlly. Virgl.ius Dane/ (lift), editor cf the Richmond (VaTim**-
i IJsnitchV7BS ciiven the awrrd for di staff writer .of the Atlanta (Ga.) Journal won t 2 prize fcr a distinguished exsmpls of 1Aea1 -H .
polling in his expose of voting frauds in Tettair ccunty Georgia. Paul W. Ward (right)' of the
f+ Ballimarc SiTn.ws awarded the pU for report 119 inUrmtlcnsitJfjiri in his series of articles on
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ALABAMA'S'. COV. JAILS C..FOLSOM ad bis bride el a few j
twtirt PMS for a picture on Hit porch of her hcme in KontgonvTT jJ I s.
'* WeclDeacl.,.. Tb r were m rti.d at Rockfjrd. Al.. The"
dude k Ik* former Jar.tllt Moer frtra Berry. Ala. and has been SMILING MEMBERS OF THE U. S. CURTIS CUP TEAM sail from New VorV on the liner 1F lV.rrUfl Mauren-tu/
'.-uplop4 aa a secretary ia the state h1hWilY'departm.n She tznia fcr gels matches lo be played at Birkendale. England May '2122. These matches wilt bbe
k XI Tears oIL fUnds fiT fa.t. five inches and weighs 112 the first fcr the cup to be played in 10 years. Lft to right Palsy Riley.ci Fort Worth. Teiw
pouoda. OCT. rcUem. known as "Kissing Jim because of his Louise pluggs of Lithia $prinq;.,Gai.Dcrcthr.KkJiv,of Atlanta, Gi.; Mrs. Gleona Coliett.Var. ofMerion. _Ct
_Un,with the-... la 39 H-U'.U f.*U iaht inches tall Pa. learn'*Captain: Dorothy'Ki'etlV of'Los Angelet Gr/pe Lcnczrk cf Nc wing ton. Conn.
, *nd weigh 2M pounds. and Mrs. Es'.tlle Lawscn Page of Chapel HilL N. C. 'J'lfD
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R . you.spot at a glance. car in this country where the appearance looked up to for .. '\ z i
power plant does what gears used superlative ability. !
tatn This is the one that sends a string to do. :

of fuels racing through your mind Looked up to for what's newest ,.
set if you know automobiles the Here's the one place you'll find in engineering advances."y

vat instant you see the name Ro.DDynanow Drive in which liquid .. 4-! 1
< MWtKR spelled out on its fender. replaces not only the clutch and If your standards call for a real .'- .,:iii ,
etJ? manually operated low, second performer and for quality a cut 't sOUy D rNA DII/EREN7

eta and high, but mechanical gear- above the ordinarily good .10.....,....:fric....._.. 'lOIV Dill V,.. t t

rat LJp to one hundred and fifty "hang'ers as well.' specify Ro\a\I.\sTFR when you sec '6. (M It-I:::. ..:.d.. p.Jef...n..._......,. i.,,::.
rwti Fireball horsepower. Eighteen your dealer (with or without a.1" : !,;- idp" ,.lIittg. ':igh"
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Chapter 19 < She nodded quickly. "Oui, Pacific where it's easily ObtaIn-I TTPE ....ta to ..ftftIIW, I. ....... I
occupants of Kalanii were Hugh est un pativre enfant per- able." Advertisements under' this head regular ,4vseUssrs whh ..../
THE before du-like a lost child" she trans- "Don't boa fool!" Vince will be Inserted In ne Cltl_ at resets tray bsve their a..
the living lated. "I know he could not do shouted.-"Do you think I'd be so me rate of 2c word for each /a- ss.rts rhaateiaertien 'd
l room fire"much'as they had been thees terreeble. theeng." senseless as to hide it in my own ]j I bat the minimum less charge U Sic.for T.rt iasate itW .T'Q."c.wkat.DIUDI..... i. t-
the morning before when Si- suitcase where the police would I I the first IS words or .. n. CIIts trttllp :
'Miss Sophie Mannley con- The rate for *!_*'- tape l 3e a I. e:r:3
meon's" death had been an- spired with'someone to get Hugh look! word. and the minimum charge for .clunk is 1t's Mas ,., -
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Their met and held angrily words Is 4Sc. .f r .tcatIMI. f
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all out of this house last night while the first .
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nounced. They wore ,same then Johanson shrugged andreached \ I
everyone was at the fire Johanson -
stunned as thoughSophie's .
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for his briar ,
;e death were more of a shock than continued. "Will that some- the/ ,.... .. < I
-- ' one please identify himself don't look like type. All advertising Is a.-nrt-.cJ artier eettiitl.ws: ,
a loss. Dukane buttonholed Jo- ." ad.ertt.ln. traMfoat or cMita.t. TM Cltlata ::;
, ,- hanson 'as! soon as the criminal There was a deep silence then. "It seems pretty obvious to me event responsible.f error only In for the first I.MTtlo h. "....,te* A...rtu*.,.tI "" 1
-. i investigator entered the room. Luki stepped forward. what happened." Vince snapped. Dbtmlmr AivrrtMmm for only the actual .-* a, ...M aoetrtMf. i
.' "1 am the sir. I set the pan of the adTcrtt cin Bt where 1M errer or.ra. "
jo 've to take one .
: "Man. got more "You mean it was planted? -
fire at Miss Sophie's orders andit - - - - - - .-. - . . - !
,stringent measures to protect "Yes but not meant to be . . - - - - - J < -
us!" was she who wounded your covered. After Sophie's body
Johanson's eyes were. frosty. out.deputy.The It policeman was quite called easy to Bates get found today, you ordered dis-I HELP WANTED-MALE FOR BUT I
"Just what would YOU one into the living room
SUggestt"1 was guarding the game room; bet'! This person put the .& Truck driver semi-tractor trailer. 4-bedroom fvmarl.eu. '
. stared at each halland r
. They Julia an-I Mr. Warner was in the lower in my suitcase because he Good large let in g.edseetfen =:...
grily until stepPtforward Mr. Miller was 'walking Experience necessary. .
thought belongings were exempt -
.. and a restraining. hand my chance for advancement for partmi el <
put on around the house outside. I from search. He probably pay and .
Dukane's arm. "Please Duke. Urn waited,until he was beyond the guessed you'd be snooping Apply in person. Ca- from April IMfc. "....
sure the police are doing their knchen wing then I left by the around." brera Wholesale Grocery. Johnson. ..,ivStorage .
best. She turned to Johanson. dining room door." Johanson struggled patiently
"You found Hugh at Oland's,' Johanson ..winced and ,glaredat with his sixth match. "Sounds may73txBell r
didn't you?" ,Bates. "And why did you do logical-Well, we don't have to space u'IIII\1I.. lilt '"
"No," Johanson refused to it Luki?" '. worry about it much if this is. "- boy. Overseas Hotel, 917 Brick Garage ir' alsrtt ...
meet her eyes.. "He left there at The Hawaiian'.spread his hands the entire supply the owner will .Fleming Street. may7-tf nitare or cesmercftii. ... ... -
eleven this morning alone. I'm eloquently.<< '"1 have been with identify himself SOOQ enough. formation, Phene 9M.
getting bloodhounds out from this family -th1rty..five years, sir. That's one thing about dope. .. ..
town'to find him." r Mr. Hugh is like ray brother- "Unless he's selling it," Vince HELP WANTEDFEMALEStenographer ,
: Julia tried to stifle her horrified toy sick brother=I did not wish suggested.
gasp "Oh how terrible!"" that,he. be made unhappy They exchanged glances then preferred with Busmen piece 911
"Look Julie" Vince explained Johnson took the packet and Street (dewns4*ire.). !::1
"Bloodhounds are amiable crea- fOHANSON.said nothing. The walked out the front door. When some bookkeeping experience. for office s4ae.. etc.
tures: for his own sakeit's best V, faces .of the others registered he returned they heard the solid Good salary and hours. Applyin
S '. to find him. Johanson tells me an' approval* that he' could not I tires of the police ambulance 'person. Cabrera Wholesale afioIt<<
s the-woods, around here ,are full combat"He',stared into the fire slewing over the gravel. drive. Grocery may7-3tx
of cougars-he's Jn real danger until the:silence gathered over I Sophie Mannley had embarked Two beuses on Blkabe.1k
.. from ,lhem.7 > '%.; them.'likes, brooding oppressive I upon her last journey. Warner Nif
The niule fear in her eyes cloud; ,it w 'brokeR by Warner: glanced down ,at his wristwatch FOR SALE-USED CARS pets _
made him wish'he'd kept'J quiet calling tbe-lnvestigator from the and snickered _ no 10$ fit-
Johanson moved toward the doorway. Johanson went into the: "Six o'clock. The old girl mightas 41 convertible val Street, upstairs. ,
fire and stood with his back to it; hall followed by-Vince. I. well have stayed in town and Ford coupe, super ,
the flames silhouetted his slim "IS it.all nJhtto talk, in frontof saved herself a trip!" deluxe. A-l condition. Apply
legs. the dangling fringes of, his i him?".-.'Warner pointed at Johanson shot him a disgustedlook M-5, Ft. Taylor. mayS-4tx
jacket anc his white-gojd'thatcto' Vince:l"', f and poked his head throughthe 1 room apartment clean ;
of hair. He looked curio JphansonV thin light brows curtains beside the living Privatelyowned 1939 Chevrolet. red on beach private e
young Sand primitive lifted. "Of reourse; why not?" room entrance. private lavatory and ,aT
i ern edition of Daniel Boone. His .We-were' doin' a little ''inveitftatingonaur "You people are free to go two-door sedan, excellent con- 3-room apartment eIettel.!*
:' exoression was relentlessly stern. own chief and about your business" Johanson dition, new engine. lacquer direct beach .. l.
on sleeps
I. -"How many of you knew. about we--came ,acrois- these,:-" announced "As I told Mr Du paint, and tires. Can be seen 4-
I Hugh Mannley he demanded. W rn.er.lteJd.'I'1it'.a square paper kane we are doing everythingwe .after 6 p.m., at Tony's Autp I ate bath and entrance 3-4. .
I "Or rather is there anyone who eketpacket'.comprised of can to protect you but there 603 Greene I house, clean, airy, iMM'.
didn't know about his presence*in numerDtit,.gat.- -smaller. packets. is still a criminal at large--a Body Shop, appointments, 2tt bloats
!. this house?" One: of,.them' was'open showinga very dangerous criminal. think , mays-6tSt beach. Phone 695-W-
Bud Donovan cleared his wJute-crystalline .oowder.Johansonr.whisfled I need hardly advise you to take '- 5-7 evenings to
t-, throat with embarrassing aUdi- ', softly. ""Co- precautions such as locking doors 41' Chevrolet 2-door sedan, or _'
bility. "Iris and me" he volunt5. ca me J When did-you let it?" etc." 1124 Whitehead Street.-: K
teered. "We've never seen; or ''Warnft'.glared- at Vince sus- His only response was an ugly 675. 14 Rest Beach. Phone '
heard of him either." .' pieious;''iz\') suitcase!". silence as fear became an almost 1531R. may6-3tx
Johanson looked interested. "I .."Touh h{ th'ibkthat' I-?" visible thing in that .house of I t
ffiHTS .
I' sec. What about you Madam Vin. e. left Deveraux?" - "You've dust=returned from the a. be continued) 162-C Poinciana. may6-3tx I '

-,-- ----.. : _: _oJ._ __ -, ---- Furnished apartment, 3. nast. ,
: and bath. Maid and
Would FOR SALE Nash Ambassador 1946 C4-door.1 I service linens and =
FM Station Check; Will Be Original owner. 9-2 furnished. Summer rates:

, House next to Citizen office on Phone 1096-R. may8-4tx al Hotel
i I Apartments oppol
Cost Local Mailed June 2 Greene Street Must be re- Post Office.
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moved or torn down for salvageof Crosley sedan, low mileage. '' '
I lumber. See L. .M. Kerns 227-A Poin- ]I I -
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School Only $2,000 Election .officials and deputy ciana. Phone 1152-J. Irnay83tx |1!I All new furnished .
; i ;.sheriffs employed, :in last Tues jalouskd porch eI
- day's election-end those who will Motorola auto-radios to fit all car i! GL 'aver,
: (C"a4rU'.lri)' ,'.'? Be employed in tom ru -ofr> May from 42.50 up. Completely installed - WANTED TO BUY i I
( Station WIOD' 10 frls 125. will not be, paid until after : Bridge Radio, 650 NW I I Pine Plaza Apartment ,

t. sending a special transcriptionS ))the second election, about June 5th St., Miami. may 1-1 mo National Geographic ,, .
of the NBC Saturday .mornmg] 2t CircuH'.Court; Clerk Ross C. t :I -
Any Also Read-
month or
"Mind Your_ White outside paint white enamel year. :-
program Sawyer,said, today. apartments
Digest 19404l43. Librarian ( Efficiency ail
101, ; to Key West high rdanners"j There arc ;41 election officials I $2.75 gaL Doherty & Co. ers Convent years Mary Immac-- i i ties furnished. Adults oaiy, .
broadcast the 846 Olivia Packer. Call i
to corner
and 12 deputy sheriffs employed I,
ulate. Phone 367. may7-2t sleeping rooms. $19.00 to
National Broadcasting Company j by,the'county- Each will receive 1597. mayl-tf double. SUU Hotel 410 ft t.
.;! and station WIOD are furnishing $20 or $40 for the two election 1 I
ing Street 1Mr'-tr
Two or three lots together. Must
this expensive service without) days they. work Sawyer said. Double Hollywood bed, Simmons
any cost or obligation to the' mattress, practically new. 132? be high ground and reasonable.j ,
school. South Street may6-3tx On Stock Island or Key West. Furnished apartment, adults. AI
Officers Of Legion Phone 1356 conveniences. Phone 353. c.
-, "Mind Your Manners'* is a for evenings.

um type quiz program of inter-,'Post Installed 3-bedroom House, newly furnished may7-2tx I may731t
est to parents and students-or JL68 all-electric kitchen. 2831
anyone who thinks he knows how 1 itonor Staples Ave. may5-6tx LOST I Newly furnished upstairs apartment -
By Guard
to act in everyday life. Only a electric kitchen, near Kej"
t hermit would find the fun beyond .. . Plumbing supplies completestock. Brown zipper billfold, containing : West Hh School. Adults M '

I. his understanding, but if he listened JAt a. \&ryscolorful ceremonylast Plastic tile paints and sum of money and identification I pets. Rent $75.00 monthly.

he would quit being a'hermit evening the incoming offi- brushes. Murray's Plumbing A papers.* Finder keep Write Box TC,'care -ot Citizen
I 'cers of William Weech Post No 1532 N.W.I 62nd Street Miami ey, return identifications mon'I'I I may7.3tr

The program is produced at .168 were' installed- by the Key Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf Margaret Street. may 6-3tii: :
WTIC West Guard'of Honor under the 1! <
Station in Hartford Connecticut Furnished ekc.-ri
but can be heard every II able .'direction of Commander Bargains in sheets. pillow cases Blue and white Rollfast lady'sbike. i{I kitchen linens furnished. tW8
George Allen Warren of Arthur Serial No. C-032139 License
Saturday at -10 00 curtains -
morning : over bedspreads, bath sets : blocks from beach. For couple
station WIOD in Miami. i Sawyer Post No 28. American tablecloths dresses.. skirts. slips No. 965. Left in front of I'' only. Phone 753-M.

i This is just one of the interesting Legion. Commander Warren has etc. Save 20'to 30'. R. R. Stower's Music Store Duvall I may72tzChoice
been designated as installing of- Street Friday April 23. ,
broadcasts which could be' Russell, 508 William St. Phone
I heard in Key West if the high ficer by Vance C. Stirrup Tenth 831-R and goods will be brought please return to 1306 Virginia 1 t I ,
District commander. Stirrup was Street or call Phone 1448-J. Reward apartment in best location .
school had an FM station. FM to you on approval. 'I
.f radio is free of static. and reproduces -" in Miami at that time installingthe may 7-2tx may7-2tx and neighborhood. Livrng
l" voices so realistically that officers.of Harvey Seeds Post I,I room. bedroom bath and kitch

the person sounds as though No.. 29. Large baby carriage excellent Reading glasses, with light-color-i r enette. Fully equipped. No
right in the room. and so natural Officers of William Weech Post condition. $22.00. Telephone ed plastic frames, in black children or pets. Call 724-R or
that vou don't have to be told who were installed are: 1303-W. may7-3tx leather case. Reward. Phone i J I at rear of 1367 Division St

who is speaking. Alfred Allen commander: 244. may 8-2tx i:j f i maj'8-2U

t A limited number of FM broad- Cyril Fisher_ first vice-com Baby swing and bathinette. Make I I -

casting tations are being offered mander; offer. Apply D-2, Ft Taylor. FOR RENT-ROOMS i: Furnished apartment near beach
to schools at the rediculously low Donald Leggett second vice- may7-3tx I I Hot water electric refrigerator ,

price of $2000. With one of I commander; Light housekeeping rooms. $5.00 I]{: For one or two 'people. John-
I these, the students of the high Albert Knowles, finance officer Baby carriage. practically new to $15.00 per week. 411 William ;: son. 322 Duval St. 'Telephonei

school would have unlimited radio $12.00. 413 Virginia Street. Street may4-lmpx !j i: 1040-XM. may8-ltx
experience. Science students Samuel Welters, adjutant: may83txOne 1

could train for the operators' Robert Whyms, chaplain: OVERSEAS HOTEL I Furnished new living room. davenport
license which makes these jobsso Jose Plahas,'service officer: Maytag washing machine ii 917 Fleming Street bed bedroom kitchen,

exclusive and high-paying. Oscar Clcarc. sergeant-at-arms- first-class condition. Telephon Weekly Rates tile bath. 706 Emma street
Just 15 minutes a week has Benjamin Spicer. past com- 724-R. may8-2tr $8.00 to $10.00 I Apt. C. $16.00 per week Utilities
added ze.it to the classwork of mander. $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath furnished. Owner. Walter

many students who have partici- Among the Legionnaires pres- Furniture, like new. good buy Special Rates to Service Men 1 Beebe, 363-M. may8ltsACCOMMODATIONS
pated on radio programs. English ent were: Myrtland Cates. Johr 323 Simonton Street upstairs. ma6tfI
Literature and History O'Connor John Spottswood. Ed ma'S3bSmaU I J|
classes would be more interesting ward Bailey Robert Saunders : Lovely well ventilated !'
rooms. -" """ l*"""" *"" l" "ll" 1 1" "
if students knew their work John Dclgado Bill GIi h. Georgr motorcycle, mcchanicall' Ideal for summer living near| Navy couple will share ton:!>
could be used their
radio station.Thieves. over own Sykes. Frank Aritas. Jack Stout OK. Excellent tires economical beach. Special low summer I| home. completely furnished.
Frank Romaguerra. C. B. Harvey transportation. Apply 3001 rents. Beach Guest house 1328 !i with individual or couple Tcl"-

Victor Hartmann Paul Mesa. Olai Harris. may8-tf White Street. I| phone 1164-W, 1319 Olivia St
Ransack Soderberg. Paul Martinez. Albert may7-8-13-14-15-5tx 1 1 maS3txFor

Si S DiNegro, Farlin Guzewich. Arent Chambers gas range with grid --- ---- ,- ---- _-:-

Sjurscn. Jr., Bob Daniels. Jam die. Original cost 27000. Ga

McCarthy Home McCardle Frank Hanrahan. am' water heater and 20-cal. tank

Jack A. Saunders, Monroe County 6 ft gas El-.-trolux. $175.00 fo Quality Floor, IC.

The home of Douglas Veterans Service Officer. the lot. Call 311-M.

thy, 1312 Reynolds McCar-1 Refreshments" were served br ma>3-lt: Inlaid Linoleum Tile
./ entered by thieves last the post after the ceremonies ane"and Asphalt

they got only some small change enjoyable evening was spent MISCELLANEOUSWashers
which they found in a purse ina by all attending. Colors and Patterns For Every Room la the House

bedroom. McCarthy reportedto irons, vacuums arc FURNISHERS and
Chief Deputy Sheriff Moreno !FOR SALE fans repaired. O'Briai.1. Phon INSTALLERS

, Wallace that he never leaves val- 1164-M. mayl-tf TELEPHONE
uables around the house. Furniture for four-room apartmerit Free

The thieves entered the build- 426 Greene. St. upstairs For guaranteed plumbing and re M.E.STUTZEstimates
ing by cutting a screen in a rear may8-3tx pairs. Free estimate. Cal and ,

bedroom. They departed by the John Curry 512 Margaret Si Quick Key West Floor Covering Co.
back door seemingly in a hurry. New'and" used trailers. Gul4 Phone 781. mayl-t Installation

McCarthy got home at 8:30 p. m.. Stream Trailer, Park. ,M DUVAL STREET
and discovered the burglary. may3-6t; Drafting and designing by i

graduate architect at reasonable
About 80 million copies of rail I Coconut plant 50c, 4 feet high prices. Homes. store fronts. in SPECIALISTS IX FLOOR awl SINK COVEHLNCS

road timetables are printed annually each. 1509 South- Street. terrors Bobby Anne George {No Job Too Smallc )
in the United States. 'I -v may -It- Phone 15S-W. ma '-I-5tx

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Motor Court .' .............!...... ._........................! ........ ........ ;...........................................:
} : : 718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 : : w .JI,..,

\ L: .: Ownership 909 Simoiiton.Management St. : ": Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS Ell It-Is.Elctncal ?E REPAIR SELL I TTt T\1 ,, POOR OLD CRAIG : .

t.: ol BENNY FERNANDEZ : .:: Plenty of Action Toys for the ChildrenElectrical . : . We'WiIfGll. For ud Deliver WHITE STAR Service S ration :
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OUR OT; aa Ezpen.no.JD El ctrktt Wk ,
q: : e =.AS.T. I to II = SHOWING of Appliances ::. ': CLEANERS I. ILBRAJ>T. Maaga PHOxttu i I

I .._, .LUNEB. 5 to. Ili30 8.30 to 2 : ......................-.._*.:.....*.ee........... GGCU/. -. . 211 Duval Street : MarcoMesa.Jr.. Pro p. : Francis and Dlvisioa Sineta :
;. 2: The Best. : :................................................ ...: . "ELECTItIC. . .TELt0O1IL' .il" . : ; .701 DUVAL STREET : ; Tires Tulea Batteries Auto AetnMJrlee .: .
"" of St cake.Short . 12 SIMONTON STREET "
,j i.. 2 Ot den-Ssadwicha .. .. HOME\ SUNDRY STORE :........*....;......... ..,.... ......... ..'...,...... Sr.....-YoW'.....PURE.....OIL...cmd....GASOUNE.........Deal.....,........ .
r j At AU Hours : i. .!..I! ,.....!!... ... ........................ Dry Cleaning ............................................. I
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,I Try Our Frozen : : and l'ressing
2 TROPICAL "Your Patronage Invited" I : .
X>pn Daily and : : : Free Pick-Up and ; :
: 8 A.M. to Midnight Sunday, : : ,c"Cr am.ProprietaryJledicm. : : FUNERAL. : : DRY : Deli.eryServos . BOt'Y SHOP '
:.......ee..eeeeeeeeeeee! : Sick Room Supplies -School Supplies : : : GOODS : SUITS for MEN : soy-os GREENE STREET : + I
: Toilet and : HOME '.',. 1106 OLIVIA STREET : WOMEN Auto UU 2 :
Preparations Articles S45 S55
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S : GOMEZ .: :: --MUMFORD- 220 DUVAL and STREET ROSS. !: .: WEHAVENEVER :: : In: : ...... ............... :............................................ ,,

FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Monroe County Distributors forCarrier : BETRAYED WE NEVER A WUJi r-r..' Women's and .. i .. i CAROLYN B SIIUt[.Ih'fY Pr. :; if I
T20 DUVAL STREET : : : 5 S LOPEZ : Orerseas Hotel S19 Fleming St. .
: AirCondilioningor : : : : : : :
: Juvenile' rumiliircHOUSEHOLD . : 2 Ambulance Service : .;, Children'sApparel : .: : ; DONALD BARBER ,' .\. JJ''t

: } : .: S33 / Domestic. and Commercial_ _Use. : :. Telephone.548. : .:_ ;: : Funeral I Service : .:: We,Specialize In ,
FURNITURE: ..." ....-............PHONES......................SIM.......: 2 Never. Sleeps. II .:'':. ,. .. Established IBIS :. : : Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeingor t.
Plastic Axninster Inlaid Congoltum,, I .................................................. ..........................w....................... ':. : ... Phone 17;-, ALL W.:4 HKLKXR CCMTUSTELL'S 1
an. ........................................... : Licensed FuneralDirectors .................................WAa............. '
5 RADIOS : ROTPOINT Electric ,2 : j .: and ............................................,
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RangesRefrigerators . J. A 'MYERS Embalnicrs24Hour : BEAUTY NOOKScientific Ji ,.
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:. Disposals and Electrical Appliances. 2 .: Culture 'J:, S t
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: Washing Machines for Immediate : : : licensedPAINTING : !
"erms Arranged' Delivery 2 ; in All BranchesThoroughly t
S OPEN MON.TILL and too SAT.PJ4. : : HOME APPLIANCE i: : . I Contractor- : .: Ambulance Operators Experienced f : ;,

......a............... 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 .2 : '. : : : Service Soft Water UiVl ExclnslvelT I : c
................................................. .. FREE ESTIMATES '. ALL WORK GUARANTEED : .J ,1
..................................... ... Telephone 9127. 114 DUTE Street.Jeffosoa Hottl : : Phone 135 Night 636 : Phone 637 536 Fleming SU .:
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l .: PRICE TOURS :: :: 'K eyes t Garden & Lawn Supply I j : When You Want FASTER' BETTER ....................... ; Former Customers Friends and the. Public Invited :

Passenger i 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 2 i FLOq.SANDING K ey West, FI a. Frances Beauty Salon :
,s : Repreoenutirr..* : : Full PET SUPPLY Line : : On Old or New Floorsr CALL:US FOR AN ESTIMATE S Frances Park, Owner :
is : : : Guaranteed Work Modern Methods : SOUVENIRS .. laiD GRINNELL STREET
: tie : Full( GARDEN SUPPLY I ,
.: : Line : '', Beauty Culture in all its Phases ,
:: FLORIDA EAST : : Courteous Service and Delivery 2 .: J. DOUGLAS TREVOR : CONCH SHELLS + Permanents, Scalp Treatments :, ,

: COAST RAILWAY : ...............................*................: : '1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-R All SUM Facials Shampoo Manicuring \: 'f

.. Vw Looted not .:. ...................................................* ,'........t...................1'11.,.......,......'I"J'.'-.....a.........................................I...... COCOANUTS- ..................................For......Appointment....................Phone..........1331.....................
\: ::. DR. COOS .: :: Save on mercantile dwellings:20% Fire Insurance 1 1br ...:. 'I an H .'t.sf aping,It J'IarlandTopS9.iSPONGES\: \ : : Marion's' CASA OYO -_ .", : \ t'

: OFFICE bldgt house- INSURING with 2 : TOP SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : :: : BEAUTY SALON : )t
: FIXMUfO STREET .: : hold iad : : MARX HAULftt,f 5'p :lord YARDS .l. : Will Ship to Any Porf : "Southernmost House In . i
18.at el La Coach Hotel : sonal ..Uects.Atlantic Mutual fire Insurance Co. : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread Very Reasonable : . ,of U.S. or Canada 1400 Dural Street Telephon* , : t
,' .: PHONE 124, .: ... Save 15% on All Policies. Non-Assessable- . "" :2 ; ;: Marcy S. Palacio I : eExpert Hoar Tinting -Hair- 131r" .. I ...I

;.. .................;! : MercantileStock /. L. Crusoe, A 8 t. Phone 674 : i G.! : : : 401 South Street Personalized eCorectiye Permanents Facials S e.a. I Irt : ; ;

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4. : Ride the Bus to the : B. &B. CYCLE SHOP :: : 118 DUVAI. STREET i : REAL ESTATE :i : log ural Hair or Finest Tint- :

,. I : GOLF COURSE .. 122 naming St. R.M.Daniels.Prop., Phone 1013 : Open Dally and Sunday, : : Sale 2: .: Waves In Permanent. . : ,
5 PJH. 1 A.M. :
: :;1 :: C US I Iman Motor\ Scooters : : SERVING to Ti. : : Appraisal 2 : :
: COMPLETE Inners 2 Lease 2 : e Beauty :
: Sales and Service Immediate Delivery : .: :
: : Also A La Carte and Sandwiches 2 Rental : :
: Colony
ftf* Rental Service ..............REASONABLE............PRICES..............-..-... :2 Management .: ; ; ; :
w. : .Buddy Seats ............................................. 2 IraproTed and Vacant .. 4 ; 521 SouthardTAKE ..
Properties in Key West 2 Street
.Parking FlagsWindshields: and Monroe County Next to Southernznost :
: v INSURANCE : BeautySchool
.S 10 the 4 : : : 2 J. OTTO J : .. -2
: FIRE; WIND AUTO BONDS 2 KIRCHHEINER : ; ; : All Licensed: :
p'S and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE REALTOR 2 ; BeauticiansSpecializing : I II II
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-4 411 Fleming Street 2 .. '
Hare Fun : '. Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : Key West Insurance (O. 919 Whitehead Street 2: .r)" Phase Modern ol :
:. ..e..e........;.......: ......................................................................................*........ .:.................Directly...:..in....Front:..::Postoffice....::::::.:..................... e......................i .2......Telephone......... 206 for AppointmentSEHABLAESPANOL*.............:

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WASHING MACHINE ; FOR SALE S : : : Daily between 9:30 A.M. and 3:30'
: : Our Customers Must Be ; : Entire House with : : PM -Appointments are accepted JJJ{ : ...-
: RepairingMECHANICS : : Satisfied 4. : INLAID LINOLEUM : : 52 SOUTHARD OFFICE : :: from public by' Senior Students of ltR.A : \
: : ; 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : : : : The l. \'
STREETOpposite 4\
i . : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i or ASPHALT TILE i _Bus_,Station i 5 Southernmost School {

: Not Salesmenfactory Methods .: .........................................................................................: : EXPERTLY INSTALLED : :, PHONE RO. 1 : | of Beauty Culture :

: by Trained Men : : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE : .. ) :
DRUM BAR and 523 Soultard Street "I\
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Key West : : -THE- 2. There are a number available with over 830 hours :
KENMORE SPEED PACKAGE DEPARTMENT. ; of state approved instruction who know the lateci .
QUEEN and Others : : : : Porter-Allen 2 e phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
2 under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of .
\\1a11r. Wrinpcr Roll l -We Deliver" .: : Floor C C. beauty culture do good work at very low price. Although I
: THE TRADERS Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : overWb .: Company : appointments For Appointment are not required.Stop at it U advisable. :
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:.: 130 PHONE Dual 1431 Street e.....0..Packaged.........Goods.......:::::::::::::::::5:::.......*.................................................................. ;:S....................I i 2.......523....SOUTHARD...........ST......or...PHONE.......537....a... a:

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.: When Yon Co : It Takes A Radioman You to BUY Repair YOUR 11.RADIO. Why, : .i I May Clearance Sale I : j COWBOY & SONS -

: From A Radio . and . : C : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager
: Food Shopping Not Buy It matt 1utr\ Regular SIZ-9S Values tags : -
. Be Sara to Gel . : .. ASSURE YOURSELF of iU.. PATS Regular $10.35 Values $7.35 I: PHONE 503-R :

c/MJ U/1H _J DRESSES Greatly Keiluml j LANDSCAPING I !
. "AH our Radio.Repair . Just Arrived-WHITE DRESSES It"
ENRICHED BREAD 7! : : for Mother's Day and Graduation 2 Essential Beautification .
7 Service' Plastic Table Cloths I
'" i .Couch Covers .Lanens Curtains ,
'. Fij: :, :, and ApronsSilverware -RadiosElectric Irons : Tree Surgery-Tree Removal :
The Foundation of Today'gPlanning '-1 "Convenient. Terms Arranged"Al's

1: Meat ,-Il 1 sMuSlcCo. ,. HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. : Hauling-Marl-Sand-Soil & Rock :

':'.. PHOrfEXM : W. Han ; TELEPHONE 1512 :, 2 Excavating by the Cubic Yard :
RALPH FARALDO :. Tb LatestHIT 522 Southard Street WHITEHEAD STREET.Near Corner Angela St.eeeee ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVIrRECORDS \ :
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: MOTHER'S.DAY TO : ::" ,: i STREET : RN UP IN' SE4RCH.- FOR :BUIHED='t YN' 1 1 IWomen's, . Auxiliary> : :J rJJ':llEJelfi QlfJGives'rIHlfHtlli'

t tI i To Meet Tuesday{

H In Local Church If lt 1DlJw,
JI I 1 I Women' Auxiliary of the Firs! JtiIIIeI' W.itiil'T Club nt
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_____ Presbyterian Church White and west wig .... a t.ftufitfr.>

Washington Streets, will meet' afternoon ..* ttaeeah rs aqd eaniselrevh .

t CHURCHES SUNDAY .1.1J.1I .1I .1I .1t I Tuesday the Church.evening Mrs. at George 8 o'clock Masten in ......... a.-

will be the hostess for th, special ,' win be IwM. at MM CWifcsnm"* oj
Duval l Street fren 4rf: r. X \\

\ 'Je ecial Sermons And. Special Music\' Will) Mark .I Key I 1' Southern of program the Women's honoring Presbyterian.Auxiliary the; Churches founding in the 6 P.Mr.M. Xthalie x.IPt II'' II Y-

I ; .i rh. .ra e oC refresiMieiite and Mr,
: .. West's Observance Of This I 26 years ago. ,..
' I Mrs. W: II; Dell. will give the Helen !S. Stofawk is M eh.rgr
., program on "Home. Missiofx" ; deters is u. Mw. Aai. a... K_

',,' Annual Event I w iR .. I The the Auxiliaries birthday contributions this year will from foI which u in will dIar8e eomtt 01 fill the slFt'l prnpIft1<*.*c } *1

I I toward the support of the Ii"I '"'- Mrs. PMOOI Dwi aln ,
t ICORSIGES WILL BE -PRESENTED E/ERY- .MOTHER ,ATTENDING: NIGHT) I bly's Training School in Rich- panted by MiM Beatncr K dlfs
and to Montreal', nd vocal eeleetiars bv Mist
r- F; mond, Virginia .
'.SInVICFT01l0nUOW': IN LEY MEMORIAL) METHODIST, CHURCH; r AKh<',,mc.! North Can>1in'l.: Beatrice Moreno at vocal Ml*. J
tion by Mm Clear Robert Kr
I I'AU women of the Church W H
; OTHER I F.'SND; NOTES: Of LOCAL PROTESTANT CHURCHES. IN- ther member or not. arp cordially
this t raeZ '-
invited to attend meeting.
i Congreaational Clwrda
The world's largest rodent the I
Mothers Day tomorrow will be observed by nearly every Protestant Church in Key West. Capybara; rat. often crows to a : WU.LL I W. H4TTE, DA, c

There will be special sermons and special :ic in nearly every church. t: [ }length of four feet and sometimes i t Acuag Paotor c
,With special music., the 10:50: ajn. services tomorrow at the Old Stone (First Methodist) ; weighs as much as seventy S17-M7 WILLIAM rTREET.

Church will feature a sermon:: by the'pastor. the Rev. G. Leon Wells, who will talk oh "Good i pounds. f Between Soatitar4 k Fkmiag \
(Al' Wirephoto)
Mothers." A special program by tho young people will mark the evening services at 7:30: Y
o'clock. SPECTATORS WATCH Power shovel enlarge a hole :in Second street at Chelsea. 'Mass.. in The Mackenzie River pours ; Sunday SchoClaMM L46 AM 1*
"Mothers and the Home" will be the subject of the sermon by the Rev. Bronnie E. Nichols.prator search for Angelo Ccnini33. acity water depart nent employe. He disappeared from sight Sat t I 500.000 cubic feet of water s scc- I. for All

of the rust Baptist Church\ at the 10:50: a.rn. services tomorrow. Some Fall by the Way.side" urday night in a"cave-in cf earth u ht repairad'a 'water maitw; One hundred, men. have been dig ; ond into the Arctic Ocean. Jelin V llriO AreMI'AJ4.. 3.$. 1F

will be his subject at the eveninq services at 7:30: o'clock. grog 'for h I since he was entombed. f ,

The Rev. I. B. Reid pastor of Fleming Street Methodist Church, will speak oh a Mother's . . --.--.....,- -' ''-. :i MORNING s..w-a Subject WORSHIPRrifetea w

Day's subject at the 10:50 am. services tomorrow. lie will)t- , TEXAS TORNADO KILLS THREE, INJURES FIFTY-THREE f; Key West .te 1M KcNae"Ci:08
also occupy the pulpit at the 7:30: p-ra.,worship.A .- will be the subject for discussion t I' : P.M., Chrvtian Endeavor7i w

cortege will be given to each mother attendina the Sunday . . .. : .-. .' PJ4.
III t evening Mother's Dav services in Ley'Memorial Methodist tomorrow at ITa. m. at the Christian will- .. ' t : ; : / :: ; Church of Christ) i EVENING WOKSIIIP PI
Church the Rav. Robert W.Weaver announced today. Science Society. There s .wen r!: iw
pastor. . '- A t 1 I HYMN :"INfi OT MOTEI'IFAVORITE
Recognition will be given to tho youagcst;; and.tlt3 oldest; mother nt be another meeting Wednesday. ... Center Ashby and HYMNS 1

present at the 7:30 pjn.ics. serv,t 8p.in. Von Phisier Streets
1 i Divine services will be held at : .. 10() A.M. Sunday School MOP. 4 pjiu. WflRua't AM.V n
At the 7:30: D. m. services the 7:20 p. m. in the Grace LutheranChurch
Dr. Lrichliter. director of pro- Youth Fellowship will be in i: the Rev F. n, Zucker' 11 A.M, Worship( * rnntiun for the new Baptist II*- '' 7:30.Young Peopto't MifM
I pita! at Plant City will bring charge. Miss Mary Knowles will ,'paster, announced 'today. I t 17:45. P.M. Sermon;
the morning menage to the Poinriana be the ]leader. j i|i At 11 a. m. andat, 7:30: p. m. : 11 I Ir.e ,t
Baptist Church the Rev. The Rev. William W. Iliffe, act- j services will be held tomorrow in EVERYBODY WELCOME y
I A. D. O'Briant.pastor.' said to- ing paster of Firs; Cor.greeaiioru.;i! the Key West Church of ChristI -- FIRSTPresbyterian-

I day. Immediately following the Church, will speak on "Religion I r 4 -1 A.... I u _._ Chiwch
morning survires dinner will be in the Hom:" at the 11 a. m. ser- ,I COLORED CHURCH

I served' on the church lawn. All vices. At the evening services: I "A Mother's Wages" will",'be Whit and Washington Stress
friends of the church are invited there will be the -singing of I the title of the sermon to be .delivered COMMUNITYCHURCH Rev. Mebwr S. Avery. Lassie

i to attend bring a lunch and enJoy - Mother's favorite hymns. at the H a.m-, worship b
I the feast and fellowship. Elijah Sands willpeak on tomorrow by the Rev./ Sigis-i Men's Bible Class lOtdfl AJ4.
What Mother Knows- will be "My Mother's Savior" at the II mund A. Laing, minister of Trinity I Ladies' Bible (Sass.. IfeM AJ4.
the subject of the sermon tomorrow a. m. services tomorrow in the Presbyterian Church.! At the
at II a. m. by Chaplain Poinciana Community Church. 7 p. m. worship Mother's:Day + ttwst -POINCIANA-
J Carleton Frerch of the USS GH- Services will be held in the Com- program will.be'presented under BUCK AVE.: and 15TH ST. I )IIH) ( ) A.M.,
; morin the First Prribyterianchurch munity Hall, Duck avenue and the ponsorship of the .Willing I Clirirrli SwireChapUia
1 i l the Rev. Melrose S. 15th street. Workers. The minister will speakon I Carleton FrancfeWttl
Sunday School !:CS A.M.
Avery, pastor announced today.Ii I "Adam and the ,Fallen Mm" I "Mothers as Evangelisti"Red 1 Preach

1 ,t I _ _..45 h Services Will He HeM His SeriMin .M entitled: t-
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in Cunmiiiiiily Hall I "WHAT MOTHER KNOWS
Cross'CiuesServices ,
i'' I SUNDAY al 11:00 A.M. : tf,
I Sermon by Elijah Sands i 7l30 P.M.I ,

:i Religion and Scholarship \ : To 103i i "MY MOTHER'S SAVIOUR" I I Youlli Fellowship<< )

i Families Here CAP+ wirpt oto) : Solo by Miss Mary Know.... Leader
i ?Miss Bobbie Mae Buckley i :
Bf ROY L. SMITH THE TEXAS TEXTILE MILL (background) at McKinney. Tex and a neighborino/Vesidtatial area I
.' One 'ThrH Viotton. Towfcta...
Hundred Var il es tornado 'there"reeenUy. The Frtead
were damaged badly by a that struck killedttfertepersons in THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME rrt
A religious somewhat inclined toward Are Invited
woman fanaticism were given service: lass month Worship
Texas, 53. and caused
injured wide-spread damage.
I In the belief that she was defending her faith, prayed very through the Home Ser jce.Department _. t
'fervently one night: "O Lord don't: let_ .our preacher get anymore of the Key West Chapter - - -- - - ---- --- 1- r awl 1

education. He knows so much now it's spoilin' hispteocbin. of the American, RedCJoss.Of YOUNGEST BISHOP I| The Richmond-Williamburg: d j .Forty-seven state legislaturesin
'. this number-53' were servicemen -.... area of Virginia was a well-set- United States convened and i iI
1 In the mind of some religious people there is a deep sus. veterans and their arid dependents.theirdependents -34were -'r.r- .1 tleii and prosperous country adjourned in 1347.Christian,: I

; 1 pitian of all scholarship as if knowledge were the of when southwest Virginia was
1 ,I faith and God Is of if all we truth.did not wor.I, ', Financial and'16 assistance were'c19Uums.-in the formof r 1 still a virgin fastneri. ; FLEMING STREET[ METHODIST CHURCH<< I I ...J.i.
ship a '
t t t jligionist as surely as to discover loans and grants was: given' }:Jn : There i is one mile of railroadin Science
r Cera the Scholar j|I the amount of $49T.70.'Mi: : *: .Coro- Canada for every 200 pe-'ons. I Comer Fleming and WUBaaa It. i
psychological laws calls for schol-
This week's 'lessen is la Nettles is the: Home'.Service; : REV. J. B. REID. Pasto :
a study of I j jM 1 I and one mill for every :500: pm-- Society.
arship on the part of the psycho- I. .
Worker for
>e of the most remarkable char-; the.Chapter.. sons in the United States.
: logist. I, : Oliirrll. School 9l45 A.M. !
of West
t sclera in all the field of religion j I 1" no area of life is there greater Izmir Turkey, was ,formerly Key : I
and certainly" one of the greatest j j';''I need for scientific skill and known s.; Smyrna. :;" I :327 ELIZABETH STREET
perconalities the Jewish race I accuracy. The surgeon of souls : Merrill Ftrlton. Central S."rri Mnit .

j ever produced. Ezra was a trained I I is engaged in tasks infinitelymore esserttial to shcedxful'living: l and Grace ,set Icran i I Sunday School. 9:30 AM. : Morning\ Woi .
scholar (Ezra 7.-CJ: who represented ., delicate than those which though such living products high. Sunday Morning Services : : >Jlip. I
the best learning and the highest !1 I engage the attention of the doctor ly satisfactory motional-xPeri.: Church At We Will Have A Nice Remembrance!>> far .... .....*. a" 1ai i
; 11 o'ClockSubject '
: ,: : Also for the Mother Present M. .&. t
I educational attainments of,;who performs an appendectomy. erices the emotional upheavalsdo rw 1215 PETRONIA Youngest t the r S.rv.e
I his day. He was no rabble rouser j People Must Be Taught not produce, the skills. To attain STREETr. : I' : Youth Fellowship 6:30 P.M. .a 11A
who depended upon cheap: emotional -1.! The scripture story which them ells 4oratpdys. teaching "Ad m and Fallen Man" :

1 appeals. i i forms, the basis for this week's application; and undeviating Divine Services I Wednesday Evenings I j : Song Service. 7:10: P.M. .

It is very interesting to read re-([I study is the report of a great purpose. I Meetings at 8 o'Clock :i : Evening Worship 7:30 P.M. ; f
ligiuua history and note the fact !t| teaching ministry. Read it and Spiritual efficiency entails a
that great leligious revival ,,you will discover that Ezra Reading Room in Church
every < did long of learning, just a 7:30 P. M. I
process Edifice
baa "been based on the labors of''', not exhort the people; he read to intellectual skills do. The man : : Tuesday: will and be open : . .............. .........(................. .1
men highly trained according to !I I them the Law and explained its ,who knows too much to be religious t F. II. ZUCKER. Ii from: 6 Friday III
to 8 P.M.
the best :
university standards. Itj meaning II to them. does riot know enough. U Pastor'i THE OLD STONE CHURCH I
I 1 was the Jewish scholars of Altx.1]j No religion can hope to survivei he knew just a little more he ,
andria ( who translated >1 i i which is ------ ----- First, Methodist. ,
Egypt) into not reasonable. Any would find it glorious experienceto J i ---.- - : ( )
t I( tie Greek (called the Septua-1|, faith that cannot commend itself be religious. But the.Vorld'sneeds ; : : Corner EATON and SIMOMTOK StreetsG. I
; gift version) and put religious ;' to, thoughtful men is doomed. It CAP Wirepboto) LEY MEMORIAL 'Pomciana
can never be supplied on BaptistChurch
for two thousand I I i does have the : LEON WELLS Punter
mm years under not vitality to sus-
the basis of an ignorant religion. REV. WILLIAM Methodist Church
Obligations. The Paul I tain itself in
I Apostle ( a world populatedby ; (Cnpyriftht 1948 by the InternaI =
was a university man. Augustine. facts. I lions! Cnnncll of Religions Bduration :CORDON. JR. (above). 30 years Cor. Division 1
and Georgia Sts. : Services;
: on behalf of 40 Protestant denominations. 17th and Eagle t Sunday I
I I Spiritual'; skills are. .absolutely! __ : .! .____ old.! of Spray N. C. will be consecrated The Church With A Welcome TiN
The Sunday School Lesson May 18 as the youngest I ROBERT W. WEAVER, Pastori Pastor's Phone: 1164-M : 9:45 A.M.. Church School. Chases for Alt A... .
Religious Revival. Eua 7:6- bishop of the Protestant Episcopal i i : 1O:50 A.M. Morning Worship arC

10 N.h.mlaht0: 13. II i Nk. Church. The consecration 9:45 A.M. Sunday School : With Special Music . Pastors Sermon: "GOO MOTHER
ceremony will be held in the Classes for AU Ages Sunday SchooL 9:45 A.M. Nursery During Church Hour Ie .t

I one of the grrateact! revivalists '; Church of the Good Shepherdat Miss Miriam Carey/Supt. Worship, 11OO : 6:30 P.M. ,.

I the Christian Church hc-i: ever ] Raleigh. N. C. He will be 10:50 A.M. : Methodist Youth Fellowship Meeting II
produced Wycliffe and loss I the ( a bishop of the missionary district ""THE CHRISTIAN HOME" Subject: i .I,
1 F., Wnr
Message by Dr. Leichliter : 7:30: P.M tiiiig >kt* .II
,.reformers, as also Luther. Knox.Calvin. ,] of Alaska. I eat. P. ".. Ilrr.s.diaIe sad .
"rwi.r 11.1.1'. 6:30 P.M., Training Union With Special Program by Young P*.pt. II <(< I Irl
and all university
Wesley were ,
7: U 0) I .lL, Sermon I (
scholars.Religion I At Adak in the Aleutian is- 1 En"ningor.hip, 7:30
end Emotionalism: 'I I lands the -;ky is completely over1 "MCTKER" Subject: f I -A SPECIAL INVITATION TO SERVICEMEN- I ..

In the mind of many people religion I 1. cast 66 per cent of the time. "AN APOSTOLIC i .................4.......ee..e...e...........s.i .. '
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I \\ TUI 11. ( .Ir.t.j -
Is closely associated with j ..,......... EXHORTATION"Public I arI.
I emotionalism so; much so that Since 1900 there have been variations t Thnrm.Hl. 7tT.O I'. 11.. 1.wth. i
one wag has laid that "the queer of nearly live feet in the 'I"... Cordially Invited : Church
( The First
have queered religion." surface level of Lake Erie. I i Baptist

TneWvival Ezra started among !
the Jefes pat attended by a high ?:!IUIIIIIIIlfl11UIU10111011UUhlIIUUU I I illUII11UTAnnrnnlt'infUlnUTAIIh1UOUt! liUIIIllutmuOnIIllUflIHknYM;; Corner BAHAMA and EATON Streets

tide of'emotionalism\ but the revival Bronni .1':. Nichols Pa.
I Trinity Presbyterian Church i i I lur
) produced it; emotionalismdid Youth for Christ Rally !
m produce the revivaL 717 Simonton Street (Colored) =
t It is impossible for men: to come'' Sigisraund A. Laing Minister Director, PARKER MAHAN. U.S.N. I

under a profound sense;!' of the lliOO o'clock TONIGHT, 7:30 o'CLOCK* AT | i SUNDAY SCHOOL. 945 AJ. I

fact of God without also being ar > Morning orsbi(' I H. E. D.y, 94*. ,
moved' emotionally. But to movemen's :1 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I i
emotions is not to producein 1. Subject: "A Mother's Wage :
them mighty religious convic-: Sunday School __ 1:30: P.M. a Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS f I ]0)0)1.;) Morniiif .o.-.kll' 1

tiufu. Emotionalism it only a by: es Youth Meeting 6:30 P.M.: I Sermon Subject -MOTHER and THC HBME"Morning .
I I Speaker REV. G. LEON WELLS 1
product of a religious experience.. : Worship Service broadcast: Over- WKWF. !.:. to II.ie ,
Spiritual Law I 7:30 o'ClockE'ening ;g Pastor. First Methodist (Old Stone) Church I [
Every human being lives in WorshipA ''g SPECIALS HONORING OUU MOTHERS f Mrs. Elijah Sank, D r* twf

three worlds-physical; intellectual Mother's Day' Program will ,g Solo. "MOTHER MACHREE"' Johnny Reid | 1

and spiritual. Each Is governed !be presented under the spon- 113 Reading on "MOTHER"' (Musical Background) Pot Russell g 7:30 .) Etriiine Worship
by law. There are laws of sorship of the Wiling Workers' Organ Accompanist Marilyn Bennett == Sermon Subject: SOME FALL BY THC WAYSWE"
the spirit which are as exact as CAP Wireubotoj Club. The minister will speakon ,!I g M Piano Accompanist __ __ Lorraine Nottage =
any laws one may find in the CLUB-WIELDING POLICE charge in to break up a pro Italian : ""Mothers As Evangelists." Saxophone Accompanist .. Tracy Fairfield i
chemist's laboratory. To' discover gathering m Trieste on May Day. Ten thousand people of varying Tues..7:30: p.m. Prayer Service i - Wednesday. 7:30 P.M. Prayer' and Praise Service

these > laws call for scholarly l I Political affiliations took part in demonstrations and scat- and Deacon's Business Meet I I COME . BRING A FRIEND Friday. 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice
qualities on the part of the e.J -II l -Urd iist-faghu during the May Day observance. I Wed., 7:30: p.m., Youth Night J
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fiifrr* To Mare .. 1\\ f
May 1 Tonight at 730 o'clock .t tfc

|AloumU i trmti!.Par To Complete Veterans Of Foreign Wars And Bill ',Boater: )Also Round. Reaches11ScniiFiual Dy., COULD NAMED: ..APS I IRXECUTIVE ,I county meeting graphers'court of and the photo house amateur fans a

Dinner EDITOR held for the of

: ':tfdaras Victory Yesterday At I II II i I I zing a camera purpose club in ( I.
: 'layI .. ; Dairy Tied At As I .y Because of the many
Tennis Courts I t
I | ralhcj: and affairs that w :
: onthly dinner
matches for 1 in the past two weeks
t I fibers Of the Key West golf I ; :Rain' Stops Game In 6th Inning Ralph Hartenstine and Bill i {deemed advisable to postpone Hi'

; c"t have been annonnc ed. The ) Y tt Beaver bounced into the Semifinal I : first meeting that was called K *
aftchei must be completed by J.: WALKER AND C.)HARRIS'j IJ.. l 'Ound'of the Key West Tennis ; Monday night il two week* '

Srday. May 16. I Championship with hard-won : -

-foursome play .is as follows: I I '.WERE... ENGAGED. IN' PITCH. Driftwood Glib Y Jiree:set ,wins.. --- | A number of recommends t '

}. Cooper and II Mira ya. H. ING DUEL WHEN GAME WAS: 6 -; Hartenstine 'wecond' seeded t for the position of General Man* ;

*ght and F. Mathew. ager of the Overseas ffifttufll
Ii. Park and K. Loucki vs. CALLED I To Play 2 Games ; kiZ2b .tar, turned back Henry Welch ; da I Celebration will be presented
3-1, 5-7 6-3. Welch the -r'
rk> and N. Artman. won I I"the Central Committee by Jeh >
SnotUwood. and Capt. Adell Veterans of Foreign' Wall and k loubles championship on Sunday Costar committee '

J Hares and W. Curry. Adams. Dairy battled to a 2-2 tie At Park Tonight thi5if ; > I' vith "Dixie" Howell. Hartenstine I meeting tonight f fI

i Price' and CaPt. Treable YL in,the opening game of a scheduled -- : worked :the .old) chop ,lob .and I Court House 7.30: .bai..t1 .
Price and Capt Triebce )rayer 'combination in the first! Costar was in M
vs. Softball twin bill last nigh, A doubleheader! of Softball ,is I .
et out-expedience: Welch but
: weekend
3, Mira and C Salas working
vs. R. at Bayview Park when rain halted I scheduled. Bayview Park to began I
*wlft and C. Valdez.P : he doubles champion tag- I merit.I .-..
} Mesa and IL Jones vs. L. Play in ,the sixth 'inning. The night. ,ng these,up-courtalls for-win- .

and W. downpour broke beautifulpitching : Driftwood Club and U.s.s. ers to run out the second set I
Opes Tyson. I, up a Ben M. Caldwell editor of Hv* ,
IL. Pierce and R. Hyman vs. J. duel between Harris and Medregal will cross bats in the 5 Hartenstine tightened up _and Jasper Newt accompanied .by .
firtchenbaum beginning at 7:15 o'clock. tAP Photo faded for the moment In the .
and II. O'Bryant JVWalker, opener his wife daughter. Mrs L. B.
!F Elbertson and G, Carey vs. Driftwood will be' strengthened MISS MARY FARR R. an,employ*'of the Lannon Manufacturing bird set with lights turned on Hughes a grandson and brotfeef..
f Bethel and W. Vinson. I Il |f. Ingraham, first batter up for for this game and a very exciting Company at Tullaboma. Tenru displays hundreds of baseballs lartenstine raced to a 4-1 lead. J. F. Caldwell of 'Jasper we%

l W.;. Kcmo and P. Sher ,s..7. Adams was hit by a pitched balLJ. .battle is expected. ready for shipment to all parts of the country Charles E. Velch, had his chance trailing at visitors to Key West Saturday. *.
1-4 when he had 15-40 Harten-
*.*>* and F DelancyW. Lewis. sacrificed him to second ,I In the second game of the evening Parish! of the plant's baseball division his on 4-
saps depart- tine service only to see the for-
Watklns and O. Recto vj. H. while! he, himself, went out,! U.SS Chantercleer willrplay'thz ment and the nearby Wilson Manufacturing Company plant sup- ear Temple ace out-fenced him. Key West High School aloud
Alhury and B. Grooms:: Driftwood Club. Chief 1
pitcher"to .first Villareal flied 40 world's baseballs. He tsrociatron will hold a rmttfiy
of the
ply percent estimates the Lan- Beaver; played the slickest
P Goring and M. i Poscy,will .pitch! and. Tiney will : "
Sawyer vs J. tomorrow in '
out to left i 'ardest of tennis he has vet f aI evening auditerfum
"" advancing Ingraham I non plant produces 3,600 baseballs. par! day.! game::
for'the Sailor
catch boys.
and Dr. Moore.J d of
to. third after ,the catch A wild : .... ... . '!own in Kty West to upset third I Key High School aceans--
MeCardle and C. Lewin vs.itirw j The nightcap will begin at 9:00 -- ------ ; -- --- ing to Ilollon R. Bervaldi. prei.
pitch allowed) fngraham i retied C. W. Smith to the tune
!, to score '
ft. and It Raunders.fX t o'clock.. -
II : i iYpnacio 1 I (AFrrpnofo dent of the organization. '
f 5-7, 6 4, 6-3.
Kemp and Zip Kovash vs. R. .the first run of the game. r j jI : i ,
jt LEMONSHUTS Carbonell regained his I i APPOINTMENT of Alan J.
\ Innop and J Kmeht I II I, )ld form in defeating Mosteller Gould: (above) as executive edij I
I J. Sellers and R. Faraldo vs. G opening round. C.Valdez walked. : Recreation the library, which was prvfuiefer? ,
2, to. enter the quarter Associated
City 7-5. : .i tor cf The : Press was
\I"rifer and Lankey Hicks. Batten bunted safely 'and Valdez| 'nal round. lie plays Father j decorated with red hibiscus, etep-
J, tees and Curry Harris vs. went.U> third tai the play On a OUT SENATORS tomorrow for the right to i announced in New York recently hanotis and red bougainvftae| .

(ugh Moore and D. K. Peterson. wild pitch Valdez scored and ]t Program ippose porrier the winner of the Nick bv Kent Cooper.. executive . ,about 135 members and fnendiW
director and general mana
the Senior and Junior Wad
t Batton went to third. On al4ithf'ri "Liuth; -Robert Smith embro!1ioi I
3 |wild) pitch Batton attempted to:j Week of !May 3,to 9. Inclusive the SE'mi-fina1s. Carbonell's ger. Gould hag been an as- : Clubs gathered Saturday at 1 ty

nut<. home but was thrown out IN NIGtfT TEL T eat cannonball service and his sistant general manager since: I m. for the annual Mothers and. '
eatch-- i 194J.I Daughters luncheon. i
| at the plate r to pitcher]t SOFTBALL eavy chop 3. so' well-known to
102: Duval Street Means poled a "mean one". toj Cey Westerns were present in full : -- a
tI.ild' that wasn't: fielJed Stm {' Bayview Park; Night i rSt' LoiiU Cardinal Win .! rray I There are more than 80 varieties Edward F. O'Brien pubhsfefr
r of the Pan American Review, of
I net and Villareal flied out ]TONIGHT Ygnacio' Carbonell held the of wildfloWers which blos-

PROGRAM: I Valdez;, Walked 'to open the;1! U.S.S Medregal vs. Driftwood Over By'' 'fey West Tennis Club in the som in the Aleutian Havana Cuba who has been
Pliiladelpliiaiis How
Dairymen's half of th- second mnmg Club and U.S.S Chantercleer ,I They Stand Tournament by defeating Chap- i spending a short visit in the cHf
Abston struck out Wulker'singled '' !I ;" im of the Submarine 1 stinc to make the finals tomorrow left over the highway yesterday
i SATURDAY | !tl vs. Driftwood Club (twu Score Of 7 to 'I I In No... Sporrer for Miami and will there tatee
10 Pit. fl-OO: PJ4.-Picnic.. ,Cruz filed out and Mai II I Fishing tin uo in advance. ). grat singled, to left to fill the iirnal! Came I'I '' match. i An added attraction is offered
''II SUNDAY bases. Ingrahum popped out to j ; This afternoon .at five o'clock Sunday afternoon-at 3:00 at Bay .1

i' It:90 AM. IIJO: A.M.-Commuiuon the pitcher. i I{ TENNIS Park. .Afternoon tnr Tfc. A.elafd, P....., ) i I I i Club W. L.: PC ve 'predict will be tHe most in- view Park in addition to the sin- editorial Today The Citizen says in r

Brakfajt White Gallon, first man up for, the<; ,Bayview and Night NEW YORK. May 8-The only Philadelphia ..__ __ 9 5 .64 'cresting matches seen on the gles final. Ken Trisler and Bob The Citizen oaragraph: thinks lit t

Hat Club U. S. Sub Base Vets In the second inning struck i' game played in the American ?:{New York -_ ____. 85m! island,- pitting NACTU Cham- Thomas Miami Professionals,, wag owned
if the ,
(2nd Sunday). out. Garcia hit a single. Hopkins -:'1 DAILY / League was a 8-0 under the arcs Cleveland __._____ 7-4 JB3t >ion Nick' Smith against Citvhampum. I will be matched by the Key West I government have 1
would to
1:00 Pas 7:00 PJ&-Fishing flied out and Garcia stole]i I City: tournament 4 f win: for the Cleveland Indians. ton ':='-__ 7 7 .50:. Ygnacio CarbonelLAt i Tennis Club against two not yet t the thing taxeo.it H@. He He! pay

Trip (sign up in advance). second The ball got away from j Lemon 'star Cleveland'
Information services housing. the second" baseman and Garcia JUNIOR SOFTBALL limited the Washington Senatorsto St. Louis ________ ._ 5 6 .45' court at Bayview Park BillSeaver i No admission is charged or HISTORY*
fly. maps went to third. .Harris flied out. |, Bayview' ParkAfternoon' only four hits! and no runs. ,Ilstroit 1. 9 ..431Ctlicago 'will try to whip the any of these matches. The public TODAY IN

ke1gte{ a. literature library. In the third, Lewis flied out, and Motai 'I ---- -- --- ---- - -- -- -- -
\forthe"'TJah-ymen. Villareal singled a'9-5 win over the Chicago Cubs{
"rleptwMkea) tamps, wrapping and r J Perrot tain I
WEDNESDAY with Hugh Casey, relief twirler, !j
Valdez flied
I I. (tnailing packages railway ex.aexvice.Iaundry << Sterlingand I NATIONAL possession of Upper MM.IMIBI I
I .. out. i t Afternoon game. getting credit for the win. 1 j
.. ODD ANGUNGF. of France.
pickupvahable country in name
I 1 SATURDAY- Boston Braves defeated the :i Club- V). L. PctPittsburgh
Valdez and Batton went out 1
[ to all defense forces J i 1812--Act of Congress gig<
j I _._ _.__ .
9 5 .64:
J Two Cincinnati Reds 4-3 as Blackwell -- I
first for the Vets in the morning games.SKATING ,
shunt to I
; bud their families. $50,000 for relief in Veneiueto- -
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New York
1 10 6 .62
chased from the mound for
I was d h -
; MRS. E. S. COUCIILlN.i third. Means flied out to left. i first such relief given by Unrtf I
J I the fourth consecutive time this :, St. Louis __. 8 5 .61' "
Executive Secretary. Abston opened the Dairymen'shalf I Brooklyn __.___ 8 7 .53: T. PREDDY. veteran Mm i States to a foreign country t
MISS HILDA CASTILLO. of the fourth by flying out Bayview Park. Night I season. I 1823-John Howard Pay I
i I I In the night game played at Philadelphia ___'n' 7 9 43' phis fisherman, must have interrupted
: to short. Walker singled to C2n-: "Home, Sweet Home" first sun .
Secretary.What FRIDAY ___ ._. _ .__.
MalgrntwaJk'ed. I Sportsman's Park, the St.. Louis I,, Boston - 7 !9 431: the big feUow's dinner T
flied out. bri. *
London or
7:00 to 9:00: P.M.-Children's Cardinals scored a 7 to 4 win ': Cincinnati _,- .- .. 7 10 41: in in play" .
Ingraham was safe when when he hauled his line. Maid of Orleans.
F I'" I skating part '. over the Philadelphia Phil:j I Chicago __...._ u 5 10 ..3J: in ,
the bell and the I 1871 Britain and United
Stin dropped -
This what he found
1 Pollet was the winning hurler. i is capturedon '
: Doing bases were loaded. J. Lewis; I States sign treaty agreeing to at- ,t

i i at UM walked and forced Walker home.{I BASEBALL'I NATIONAL LEAGUE i Softball Leagues<< !' his hook. $. bitrate the Alabama Clam *- .
Villareal forced Ingraham at Municipal Stadium.. Afternoon I' I first great modern example fill.
11"11 E '
ARMED SERVICES third i SUNDAY Class "A" arbitration between nations. .
j Brooklyn v 980 Club -' W. L. PBob's -
-- B. Selden ofi
It' Y.M.C.A. In the Vets' portion of the" First Game-Sound School vs. . . I I 1879-George
J ckso. Square. Whltehead fourth. ,Stinnett went out, short I Pirates. Chicago -- I Sport Shop 3 0 1.001 : ;; cct Rochester N. Y. appli( for pe-
Hatten. Ramsdell, V'nCuvk. fif'
.' Vets of Fore Wars 2 1 .66"I
flied out to ign : tent for his "road engine"'
to first Villareal ; ,
and Southard Streets i Second Game-American Le-
Casey and Hodges: Borowy, Chip- I '
Adams 1 1 50f
shortto Dairy gasolene :auto-but delays its .-
and Fallon went out
center { Adams
vs. Dairy.
gion Dobernic, Rush
l- --LII8' first. i man Hamner SubRon 4 1 5 .16' sue for 18 years because it was
and McCullough. Class "B- ; I ahead of its time and capital
and Fallon flied out. i
Saturday Sterling Stinnett flied.out to center.
1.00 r. M. Movies.t half of the fifth Ab- I Ciufr"V.. L. Pct 7. could not be interested In the r
Adams' ; lareal out second to first. R II' E :

:IS P.M<-Second Show, feature ston singled Walker: doubled and' *! And then the rains came. ViI-I Boston __.____ ____on_ ._ 4. 8 01 1.' Elks Club 2 0 1.001 year 1906, almost every Anier efi
Men's 1 I .50
Kantor Shop f manufacturer paying
announced at the Club. Al Cruz; popped out to short. I Score by innings: R Cincinnati ,_ 380 I,! Naval Hospital 0 1 ..00'I' ... rar him royalties. was *
Sudar Garcia and Hopkins flied out''I i Adams u 100 100-2 6 1 Voiselle and Salkeld; Black- 1
tu; A. U.-Jns Club, discussion for the Vets in the fifth. Harris'Veterans . 100 010-2 5 1 well. Gumpert Raffensbergerand Driftwood Club .. 0 1 .00 1884-Historic failure of Grant
I' ( Ward of which Gen. U. {S.t .
Group. doubled to left. Valdez singled[ J. Walker and Villareal; C. Lamanno. Junior I
11:00: A. "' r-Uo to CHURCH scoring 'Harris to tie the score. Harris and Fallon. Club. W. L t Grant was a partner.
Harris School .. .. .. 4 1 1919-The first American Lf*-
Parti. Batton out cecond to first. l Two-base hits: Walker, Harris; R H El I : i.
300 P. M.-Classical flour >eJections .- Malgrat popped out as the first; stolen bases: Batton. Garcia; sac- Philadelphia _....____ 4 7 ,1 j Division Street School._'4 ? J'St gion national convention opens

announced. sixth. I _... ._ ._ . Poinciana School O Y Louis. $
man up for Adams in tha: rifice hit: J. Lewis; struck out: St. Louis -- on 7 10 41 1942-End of the battle of t**

110; H MF.lknuhip Hour on Ingraham and J. Lewis went out i by Walker 1, by Harris 1; bases Leonard, Bubiel Judd and l Coral Sea-"and the tide beginsto
the Patio. Community Sing- third to first { on balls: off Walker I, off Harris Seminick; Pollett and Rice. I TOD.\Y"S" turn" *

Ing. Beatrice Moreno at the' Mean poped out to open the 3; umpires: M. Tynes and M. Va- I AMMVEUSAKICS ,- - -- ---' I 1945-The surrender of G-

Piano. Vets bottom .half I !of. the sixth. ''rela; scorer: Aguilar.BABE AMERICAN LEAGUER UNDER ATTACKEAR formally ratified in Berhn.i .
10.00 P. M.-Coffee Hour. __ H E I (Know America) BETHLEHEM 1 1IJ many

Camera Club meets each DIXIIOWrO Cleveland _._ _. . 8 13 0'' ---.---- -- -- i i 1946-Light and gas! ordered
1- SHOWS B BAT h - 1821 WilLon- IT. Vanderbilt I hort
in the East *
I / ; $o' | cut as
I Thursday at IDO: P. M.. .. (II Washington ...... 040 (" '. ; : I f
." -, son of founder of house given a hits industry.
0. S. O. (Girls Service j
meetings I Lemon and Hegan: Haefner, | telephone
Organization), every 2nd .. Thomson and Early I farm to live on but turning out a i 1947-Long-distance
jPieretti I ., workers vote to end 9f-df
and 4th Monday f 1 e I (great financier born New Brunswick iI I I

Came Room: Chinese Checker . TODAVS BIRTHDAYS j j I N. J. Died Dec. 8, 1885.i strike. *

these rank, ping-pong pool, i 1824-William Walker 100 15L 1- .
; starts aheee|
Iiti I (Know America) Printed music
writing desks, library' current pound lawyer-editor, who turned typoffapbr
II of
i with the invention
President Harry S. Truman I
nagaxuMS. various table came, i adventurer-filibuster in Centra
I I and record of its existence deter
eta born in Lamar, M' .. 64 years ago I America, master and President : a
Showers tennis rackets, golf rr. j I Msgr, Fulton J. Sheen of the : Nicaragua born in Nashville II i I back in 1465. a'I

clubs, fishing, line, cameras, I'Catholic University Washington. ; Sept. 12, 1860. The arbol de lche tree i.a.
checking service film service, t 'k D. C., famed professor of philosophy j 1829-California Joe (Moses E Venezuela exudes wlHffe

mailing and wrapping packages I born at El Paso: 111., 53 ;, Milner). famed Western scout ant' I I' resembles milk and a is sap used 4

receiving' messages phone booths .r years ago.Arthur frontiersman born near Stanford, a uch. II
Umps, railway express. eerviee.available1 I' J Altmeyer, Social Se Ky. Died Oct. 29. 1S76: a

& to SERVICE PERSON- I I curity Commissioner, born De 1829:! -Louis M. Gottschalk ,
NEL.i . f Pere, Wis., 57 years ago. :I I famed violinist of his gener lion t ,M1 S .

Utlelgh vis--Director.' I Ex-Gov. Philip F. LuFollctte of i prolific composer born in New
+I.i Urrald Pinder-Program Di- i Wisconsin born in Madison 51 j Orleans., Died Dec.18. 1869. I

Jrector.Beverly. years agoRobert. '( 1855--Frank G. Carpenter 0
Iluchanan-Secretary. I Aitken of New York traveler author of popular travel CIGAR STORE

Ifcreen Cruz Information famed sculptor, born in San Francisco books and geographical! readers I

***- Aide- 70 years ago. : born in Mansfield. Ohio. Died j ji Ii I I v tS I 610 Duval Street .
I I Dr. Waldo Shunway, dean of ,i i in China, June 18, 1924. .
,L Fn-nc-h government has I the Stevens Institute of Technolo-I!I ; toJIOCN.

plate for a veries of 20 dams on aia {t'gy, Hoboken N. J, zoologist About half of Canada's World COMPLETEBASEBALL I

the Rhone River e?i :e born in New Brunswick N. J., War II production came from .

57 years ago. I II I plants which did not exist in +e, ,t 'I
Itjhat been estimated that the |I Dr. James Rowland Angell 1939. f.atBi''N
Unatl'ClIta' !i Yale president emeritus born I AP ttirephoto) SCORES
Bumber of families. in the : I :
'" will increase by f.4 mil- Burlington Vt., 79 years ago. 1 On Canadian aril U. S. railroads FROM THE PROTECTION of a highway embankment two :
Lon:between IHO and I960. M Thomas H. Mclnnerney, chair a frieght train and a passenger members of a British-Arab convoy watch armored cars of the I --;-
CAP WIrcphotw) I! man of National Dairy Products train start their run Arab Legion and British Life Guards shelf Jewish attackers who POPULAR BRANDS of

Many women are now employ ,BASEBALL'S GREAT BABE RUTH. who used to hold the bat i,: New York born. in Dubuque every five seconds of the day:. ambushed the convoy near Bethlehem. Palestine. An Arab and Cold .

ed on Russian merchant ships; war down at the end meets Movie Actor William Bendix (right) Iowa 81 years ago. j legionnaire watches in front of his truck. The convoy was Cigars 1
I H. Kindelberger. president The Empire State Building in
there are .womm captains and la Hollywood: and shows him Just how it's done. Bendix is ]: of North American Avia- New York City has 50 mile! of pinned down by the attack for more than two hours. The Brit.

mates and the number of womenradio I playing the title role in "The Babe Ruth Story. now in pro- tion California, born in Wheel I permanent pipe for water and ish and Arab forces finally rescued it. A British corporal waskillad Soft Drinks
is particularly
operators duction. Babe Is on hand to give technical: advice. : ing, W. Va, 53 years ago.' steam. I La tIw figh1ing. I w

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,- : i Patients .Garcia-'Briunfietd; land. :Mrs.. Neonia.J Wilrffec the: J.. aulM ........ I II .
f ( Betty Saunders To Be :, JosepIfLTliiinmerElccled [FoKy-Onc Florida Hospital ,, bridesmaid .

'" I After the ceremony., the happy I
Were Given DanceRecreation Yesterday At
To Bade World War II Dead Wed I i couple left for Miami when. I Sa"'u 1. 'hii.wwwwwwwwe. I

J I :' Made Club President tAt Hall Cc arl ' ,
School Unit Arrive In New York .
::1 I County I I Red Cross Recreation Hall at Yesterday afternoon at the Ii
WILL A the Naval Hospital was the scent :.
I ; r Joseph L. Plummcr. son of Mrs. Saerat a Tae""tI_.. last night'of a dance sponsoredby home of Mrs.: Geo. A- Carle, 718 i: t

.1IB: INSTALLED TUESDAY L. II..' numrner,? 416 'Elizabeth I ATLANTA, May -CoL R. B.' the YMCA and the American' Duval. street, rear, Miss Ana Maria :I (
The Weather elected street by large
was a ma
AS YIC&I'IIES. i Atlanta General Distribution Depot -i t tient-3 under the direction of Mrs. wedlock. to Horace Damaron
I jority in the First Democratic! :I ,IL S. Army_announced today Capitola Schmuser, Red Cross .'" r1 l
WOMAN'S CLUBMrs. FORECASTKey i Primary )ast Tuesday for mcm-.1 that .''the.remains of 41 Florida Recreation Worker decorated Bnunfield. U.S.N.
JH. her of the school board of' Dad 'Wnr1d-WarI1: tfea".will arrive in I jhe hall in gay spring.colors. Pedro, Aguilar notary public; ifI
West and Vicinity: <;
Charlotte Bred roa eleventh .. Cloudy .. r Fie v,Yor&Portjtif Embarkation.l A box of candy the door prize officiated. il ilr.!
district chairman of the with showers 'and thunderstorms t rnPlummer .. -" I l; rThe' U; 1-SH' Arrny' -transport for girls, was won by Vivian Many relative! ; and friends I Mother '
.. ha ia<< :"IC./ < k end : Dar, .
and Garcia. Louis Niciwicz: of
today early tonight I|
; partly } ] them
amf willed a
Woman'sClubs were
of the arrivingLhlArrferaang present
Junior Department Wester and a graduate of
Not I { {Utiea, NeW York, won the door I. Sundm r.1 i -
cloudy Sunday. quite so happy married life
will be the installing officer -|' Key West High School.. Thenew .!.I lives dung fEWo rld War II. Armed\ (f prize for patients which was a Charles Means ; best man ;
at the installation Tuesday, warm today. Gentle to moderate Dad county school board !j i Forces dead'brIginally interred ini free "phone" 11'to any place in .was :4i

May. 11th, 8:00: P. M. at the Club variable winds. f member left the Island Cir in |!I i i temporary Military cemeteiie; .at jthe I United States. The prize j
Florida: Fair north portion 1931 for Miami and has resided i I I ,
lEpinal, St. Mere ,Eglise:: La j I for the Balloon dance was won by 1 I
house on Duval Street. '1 partly cloudy south portion today I in that city since then Heir ::'C mb, anchS4 Juan, France are I II Doreen. Cruz and D. B. Barker.
Incoming officers are Mrs. Betty and Sunday. Not so warm I emolored at the Ahearn Fun- ;being; returned to t*". United I A coke bar 'was set up and refreshments Thank- You!
Saunders. President; Mrs. ':outh and central portions today,) era! Home there 'Slates.aboard". the' 'Lawrence were proviHnH Kw .* l
Shirley Under Vice-President; otherwise little change in tem-j Plummer is Well known in Key ,
I s Victory" 'at 'the- request of next Key West Chapter, American Red
Mrs. Edith Winkle Recording{perature. a| West and his' many friends and. of kin. I.I Cross. -, Sincere;
Secretary; )Mis Ellie Rae Gwynn. Jacksonville Through the FlorIda wish' him con-I .appreciationfor
{ -Iacquaintances I j Under the program for final Thirt"wi prl! who act a; hos- _
i Corresponding Secretary: Miss Mrs.' Straits and East Gulf of Mexico tinued success. f burial of World War II'dead, next esses at the YMCA attended the your ,!oreruhelmnigconfldencer .. I ; ,
Nathalie Knight Treasurer; Miss : Gentle to moderate winds, I of kip may choose to have the dance as well as twenty of the I. ltllK) ,.uclf: AND.W, .
Joan EUbertson. Historian; west to northwesterly today becoming Lc ion swains returned to the United I patients.The i/fwte. JUIJJ. '""It.!"...
i. Virginia Whitmarsh Auditor; variable tonight and Sun. !! States for" burial in a private lor I - f
I, Mrs Anna Tuttle Lounders. Director day, mostly east to southeasterly National I is If. i* noiv greatest I
ForHospital Cemetery or may re- surface of Lake Erie my_
Helen Schuck Gives Party .
and Mrs. "
Past President and Director.Mrs. Few Sunday.showers Partly and cloudy thunderstormssouth weather. "Military:*.** .IntP Cemetery--nment.in overseas.a permanent' Huron.about eight feet lower than Lake.. ambition to )Justify that. i and FLEMING STREETS PHON ODAY'wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwi !

I Emily Goddard, in-cominfi portion today. Patients- Col.-- Thornton further stated confidence;
: Senior President, has announcedthe Jacksonville to Apalachicola: t that,each- next,of kin have been" Neon =:=
1 S' appointment of Mrs. Wilhel-, No small craft storm Members 'the American Ledon . -
or warning notified in advance of the ?r- ALBURY and SON Service -- .. -
mlna Harvey' as the Junior Spon- have been issued.. aiixil' 'v entertained the Vival of the remains aboard the We Specialize in All Julio Cabanas, Jr; -: ; ARONOYITZI
or. patients in Ward D the'Naval PtiONE I -
"Lawrenc*"Victory" in"New Yo'fk. Kinds of Neon Signs
All Senior Club members and ReportKey Hosoital Tuesday evening with a From-- two to five Weeks will and Lighting Stripping 64 8-M Member School Board, I'';
their guests are cordially Musical Bingo Party. A large'numberr .. .
elapse after the arrival of the > ( rrtloBlltb
to attendAll Junior members: West Fla. May 8. 1948 of patients participated "Lawrence"Victoryirt.New York Kfrrmt 4 .,wrm\my Fourth District I'0" !
t are urged' to be present to make 1 Observation taken at City Office and prizes and refreshments of the !Itt: l'II! ..d !Base: lut'tY ;
,American Graves
I this event a grand sucess. Both, 8:30: AM.. EST) punch .and homemade cookies before Registration( Distribution: Center -....,.-.. -- -- - ,- -..-.---- I II
I male and female guests: are invited. -!I Temporatnr were provided by'jnembers' the! &nll.h. "! sink to adivse the next of 'APPELROUTH'S' .II I

A reception will be held:, Highest yesterday __ Ri Auxiliary.This kin,of the date: when they may
following the installation. :I Lowest last night .______.___...___ 75 partv was .one of the re- expect to receive the remains I
I'I _. _ I II which .are given arriving 'The Store Of .
| Mean .82 gular parties on their ship. -' i :I ,
f ll'avRelief To Be: Normal _j=.------ _- ---h - .78 I II twice each month bv this group: t, The remains of PFC Julian O. Fashion'j l I ,
I I P.rtpitationI Pianist for the party was Billy Lucignani,, U. S. Army, is being<<
Sponsor Of Local Total last 24 hours ..20 ins. Stewart. L I returned to'Key West nt the request I
1 4 I Total this month .20 ins. Members of the Auxiliary who of, DCxt.of km.there.. .
i Deficiency this month .37 ins. attended were,the president Mrs. i
irriiv"ZShortly Total this year 16.11 ins. Tessie Winncnaucr. Miss Grctna I : I IE II Play your role sliMly is t

Bit plans are under way this Excess this year _. 9.52 ins. McClain. Mrs. Dorothy Daniel'J.I agAsks For II ji jiI II I i
month for a carnival sponged I I Relative Humidity Mrs. Claudia Watler. M- s. Edah I il

by this: the area.' Navy Relief Society in i!'II I at I.83"a%*_M I Freeman TIichaTf.OOn.l'hSc and Mrs.parties Hester arc ,Permit To Build E 1 1I I io ure- fittill t soft sheer

A meeting was held recently at 1!I I Barometeriq. : presented in cooperation with the 1I I

the home of Mrs. Trieble. 1401 .. Level) Rt30 A.M. American Red Cross. Other Near Maralhon I I II .
() :
select chairmen' interested in entertaining
DuYal street to | 29.93 ins.-1015.2 mbs.Tomorrow's groups E
of committees to put the carnivalin I I AlmanacSunrise the patients at the hospitalare 31 II III III
Application has been mace to
to -contact Mrs. Helen 41
running: order. Mrs. O'Connor urged I
| 5:47: a.m.I It
{ is In charge of all committees I McNeil at the Chapter Office. thce Department of the Army by 31E
I Sunset _m__ .. _._ __ 7:01: p.m. Dr. Samuel R. Mazill.; 624 South
r4th the following ladies as individual Moonrise -----..-. -. 6:04: a.m. 5th St. Springfield: Illinois for a A
chairmen: Orchestra. Moonset __ _ -._ _ 7:52: p.m. Woman's> Glib Unit permit to construct a breakwater C I I
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Ghorman:I :
and marginal wharf, and to c
and a
"tf'l1ainmen'Mn. Busey
Mrs. Hall Mrx Suddath TIDES ]Met Tuesday At dredge: in Florida Bay. at appli- C '
; games
and Mrs. Clark: refreshments Tomorrow cant's property. Government lot I!I IfT'i
Met Schummacher and Mrs. (Naval Base) Prcs.-ElccCs HomeThe 2, sec. 9, T. 66 S. R. E.. near ,. $

IHaurelt; publicity Mrs. Daspit .Eastern Standard Time) Marathon Key Vaca. Monroe
.... and Mrs. Reynolds: chances and I Hiqh Low new Board of the Key County/Fla. II
posters. Mrs. Close; booths Mrs. 9:25 a.m. 3:03: ;; am West Woman'S-Club held its first Is is proposed to dredge a channel ,
'. l and Mrs. O'Connor; 11:00 p.m 4:21 p.m. meeting on,TuerrdayMay: 4th at 30 feet wide and 4 feet u'(ep R .
dft"OratlnsMI"'*. Lee; white elephants -. !Jc: ;hcme of JI.e Presidentelect.Mrs. ; leading from the 4-foot contour' in II
frt Evans and Mrs. ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA Lee G dda d. 417 United' Florida Bay, and to dredge a connecting -i I.r i
Dawson. Reference Station: Key West Street: A delightful hcon was basin generally of like t
Members of La Concha Navy I Time oft| Height of served before the meeting./ Those depth and about 129 feet l tang II i

Wives Club are working on the StatioaTid. [high water. attending were Mrs.Robert Dopp. and from 30 to 120'feet wide, E 3. c..
/ committees along with the members Bahia Honda Mrs., Edgar;: Stark Mrs. Steven adjacent to the shore. I I"h.'
of the Officers' Wives Club. (bridgeOh; ) 10m 0.0 ft Douglas, and Mrs. Herbert Pace. Narrow end of the basin would, i ...
: \ and the Fleet Reserve Auxiliary No Name Key Names of prospective department be dredged to a depth of 9 fret .f :r -
members. Service advisors for (east end) .-- +2h 20m heads and committee chairmenwere to' form a swimming pooL It isproposed i I-
. the ladies are: Captain Busey, Boca Chica discussed. to construct a timber : '"I 1I
Captain Add, and Chaplain (Sandy Point-Oh) 40m Next regular meeting of the marginal wharf 120 feet long and 3
Sporrer. Mrs. Adell.! chairman Caldes Channel Key.West Women's Club'will beheld 5 feet-.:widc along the landward i .
of Navy Relief will oversee theentire (north end) _+| 2h 10mf 1.4 ft on Tuesday, May llth. at side of the basin and to cbn-i I .'-
affair.It oOo four o'clock sharp in the after.: struct a rubble stone breakwateron 'I I T

has been decided that the NOTE: I I noon. This is the regular.meet: the easterly and northerly I )
carnival will be held at the Seaplane (-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto ing postponed from May 4th on fides thereof. The breakwater i > I
Base hangar on the nights be subtracted. II account of election day. The new- I would be 15 to 20 feet wide with *

of May. 21 and May 22. Service (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to 1 ly elected officers will be installed the crest at elevation 4 feet above K I y,1 r r.r
personnel and civilian publicare be added I for the ensuing year. mean low water. .I

to be invited to enjoy the (h)-Hour. I dredged material will be used : tC .
.1 dancing, refreshments white (ml-Minute.ft CIVIC IMPROVEMENT in the construction of the bre,k- 1 I u

elephants sale fortune telling and ( )-Feet. I (Continued From Page One) water or deposited on the upland R l ... I, 3 5-r, .4. ettw 1w
the many other booths contriving above the high-water shore line. I II Il.rp v. R....,
to make the -- I no compromise with law enforce I T"" ., .......
I evening t ,
ment. ,.
i i)2i ( hf.ie
I for West.Dancing.
Key "It is such things as slot machines Dr.Ylll'-Snr ten I
and bolita that breed more I : Ift I
Ends serious crimes" said Dopp. "We Engagement Told x

want no liberal enforcement of 31 I @
At Elks Club ------ gambling laws. We have heard I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Bryant -IE 3 .
the approachingmarriage \t
Girl to Victas for years that we must have announce \
I of their daughter Mon- '
At gambling here. Let's try it the
Midnight A seven-pound Verdane. to Joseph D. Sur- I
daughter was other way one time. teen i 1
I born at 1031, at the U. S. Naval Among the groups representedat I gen of Wilkes Barre. Penna. I iI
i. Dancing stopped promptly at Hospital Monday to Mrs. Eleana the meeting yesterday were The mariage will take place 31 iI
12 midnight last night at the Victa. wife of Thomas V. Victa the Key West Senior Women's on Wednesday. May 12th at 8 p. I
Elks Club where the Key West StMZ of the Naval Submarine Club the Junior Women's Club. I m. .in the St Paul's Episcopal I
+ 1
Humane Society was holding adance .Base. the Business and Professional church. r-' To match this seasons veh-mncli-a-lad.r l Iftnk

I the music to raise was ordered money-because shut off The little girl has been named Women's Club the American Legion -i I . to match your harf-size. kKghttjr, Pullet
at that time. Maria. Auxiliary. Key West Junior d'" measurements! Ladylike, indeed, with
I i Lt. Chamber of Commerce the Rotary I four Grocer SELLS That Good A McKeftrick wonder in cool, t o\\11 ;' '; : f cm
Ray Atwell carried the broidered and
organdy buttons
message from City officials that r Son to Stadtmans Daughters Club the of Lions America.Club, Catholic STAR BRAND I I .Bemberg...Easy to slip in and tut .! I a drift of printed Pre-shrunk batiste. In I lilac.I OQ.
the music must at A seven pound seven ounce son : I
stop midnight .and also the
I because a. city ordinance rules was born Wednesday at 1621 at : The Fleet Reserve Association AMERICAN COFFEE t .. easy on budget I blue with, lime aqua with pink . and wnexpectedljr -
against any noise after midnight.;I i the U. S. Naval Hospital to Mrs. Key West Kiwanis Club. Lodge and CUBAN budget-pricedl! Sizes 14HOOKllrrrfvr .
l I I "In carrying out the city's intention -I.i Elizabeth Stadtman wife of John 551 of the Elks the Key West ..i -Try A Pound Today- If I I
to F. Stadman Smiss USS Rcquin. Carpenters Union the American i f I
prevent unnecessary Lovely Showing of
I noise after midnight licensed The little boy has been named Legion Guard'of Honor-the City I 93

I places of entertainment have,' Stephen CarL 1 Commission.Commission and the County v i Evening Gowns for Graduation 3 II tiny yimI pries $1'
been informed that the playingof I

i orchestras midnight Juke boxes etc. after I'" Daughter to Peters I HOARD REPORTSContinued E and TIIKIK I'ROM I DANCE : = I

except on Saturdays A seven pound twelve ounce I I II_ Now Showing New Shipment of
would stop said a city 'aushfr; was born at the U. S.I I ( From Page One) I' t Wide Selection ofFabrics '
who :
today. votes and Myrtland Cates I :
Naval Hospital Tuesday to Mrs. 1 FOX VAISPARFAINTS
"Several persons have been I I Marie Peters, wife of William Y. drew 740.Members. i-i E for Evening Gowns 5WE 5 !
j arrested and fined for playing I 1 I Peters, SN, USS Leyte CV-32. of the canvassing VARNISHES,.ENAMELS ,, PM-mlliCu) New ( I for E\ruiny: Irr !+r3
juke boxes after midnight. Consequently I I The little girl has been named board are County Judge Ray HAVE YARDS and YARDS of FABRICSJust Shown in Rayon Nets. Embroidered Organdies SbHn. Solid
n/> exception could Elsie Louise. mond R. Lord: John England I What You Have Been Waiting For at Popular Prices Colored or Ganza. Permanent Finish Imported Organdies
, be made at the Elks Club for the supervisor of registration and p. 3 All PastEl Shades. Sheer Printed Bcmbcrgs U
by Cofaama
',.lluniane, Society: dance worthy I, Williamses Have Girl County Commission Chairman} All Shoe Shown by the Store of Fashion AreNatiol1aIyIllnrn
as that cause unquestionably is Frank Bentley. I
and, .-much as'- the necessity forth A 1pount'12ounce daughter ) ( Makes of SHOES 3 Now Showing A Large Selection of LADIES' New Summer
action born at 0308, the U. DRESS
was regretted." was at S. I i SHOES un.l i\SfAL: SANDALS:
t Naval Hospital on Tuesday to :! Drug E for EVERY MEMBER of YOUR FAMILY ji Light and Pastel Shades
Pythian Sisters I I Mrs. Virginia Williams wife of I.i AUTOMOBILE sty:

Noel M. Williams MoMM2 Makes . .Ynr Styles for Spring and "
in U Pleat I'Naval.Submarine Base. U5l3'1 I We fill all prescriptions when FOR PAINTS . C ""y f/ij FREEUA andL.A! Bf.Sfl. SIIOES for ." nI
ti Sock Socinli I 'The little girl has not your old car start giving you Summer for Street, Dress, Sport Wear f =
produft ? guise meeting i I 1. I .c
of Key I I W. a complete line oI Also Showing new styles in MIRACLE TREAD {
_'West Temple No. carry Ct ? :
20 Pythian
Brake Parts Ignition.Gas Fittings. and FRENCH MODERN SHOES ..",-.I II'
Sisters held Monday evening arrangements 1..1 I Spark Plugs. Fan BI1s.i UilHome '. - I I \ 1 DEPARTMENT Slxrt COATS . .
were _
to hold' I Sport
the Annual Sock Social on Monday -: TRIUMPH i i AT YOUR SERVICE. . RED GOOSE SHOES for CHILDREN 3 Cool Mesh Materials . New Summer-weight SUITS SHIRTS and in
May 10. at 8 p. m. COFFEE DAY OR NIGHT Appliance Large Selection of TROUSERS
I The place will be, the hall of MILLat PHONE 1178 I '
the Knights of Pythias on Flem- .
ing street and interesting program JANE and SHINE I PHONE 11 APPELROUTH'S, CHAS. ARONOVITZ DEPAR1klFNT
is planned to be followed I All Grocers 'I 1502 BERTHA STREET I 60S Sbnoaloa St. Key West STORE
by_ square dancing. . II . .j jr ="" =[Key West's Largest Store r

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