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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 11, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOL. LXIX.: No. 113 KEY WEST FLORIDA. TUESD_ .Y.' MAY 11. r 1918 1 BICE.FIVE CENTS


''I JEWS: REMOVE ARAB DEAD. 'IHJR1ISC; JERUSALEM TRUCE


Soviets RevealAcceptance j 1 W. Jolly's' Confession ; !





For d r f w. arL i1r On Slot :Machines Is ::1





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MAIM) : ntomsAU) coOPERATION Gels Names Of Naval Hospital LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERSIN I

: IS ALM THEFT ARE TOLl
i 107 Boat OwnersMiss i'

A TOPIC: iI lOp en To Public -- .r Witnesses during the Cnnamal

I Letlic Sullivan of the Key Court trial of four former ''''''
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WASIIINCTTON. May U-The West Chamber of Commerce got Walkout AtChrysler's men and one deposed deplore
back today alter a trip to Miamito 1
Kremlin today broke the news I: the names,of ajl boat owners 1i jOn: ThursdayAMSIVEKSAIJY sheriff testified today that Where
that Russia bad accepted a nm.1.1niIde -- who occupy Garrison Hight Jolly .a suspended patrolman, .
ou... by Secretary of State from the U. S. Coast Guard. .+ .'. I s DueTomorrow confessed:: : his part in the [']IMClutl .
Marshall. to hox a conference de- Miss Sullivan said she .only 40TH OF( robbery six slot madlilw:

sitned to effect peace and cooprraUon. had time to go through the rec- and named. the others.This .
Y ',. I l ESTABLISHMENT OF morning the effort rf
ords to :set:: a total of 107 }>oat I
It was the first time that the owners at the bight She ..>aid County Prosecutor Allan R
Kremlin had made an anciouncement N,there are several other drawers I (AP Wirtphoto via Radio from London) ; NAVY. NURSES. CORPS: Clearer Jr. were. directed toward
of that nature since the end filled with names of all those in t t proving that the slot macfcMM
of the war Instead, the Kremlin's the Seventh Coast Guard district. THREE JEWISH'SOLDIERS, one wearing a gas mask and another holding his nose, remove an ON MAY 13TH GOVERNMENT STILL TECHNICALLY contained money while DetvtMe

! policy" had been to keep quiet onproposals The information is sought::: by Arab corpse on a litter from wreckage of buildings in the Katamon district of Jerusalem last IN CHARGE OF Council John Sawyer called attention .
On the occasion of the 40th to the fact that the ...
; from any foreign country City Manager Ralph D. Spalding Tuesday during a 48 hour truce in the fighting between Arabs and Jews for control:ot' the dis Club was locked at abort 411
i and let it make the first announcement and by Chamber officials. Anniversary of the establishmentof RAILROADS:PRESENT PLAN up
i. Then the Kremlindirected trict. This picture was made by James Pnngle. Associated Press staff photographer.Anniversary . the Navy Nurse Corps the U. a.: m., April 26, and that eMiws
.. RUNS TO MAY 19 could have been in the bwiidI8c
I the and the ..
Russian stations Russian
press cave agree: ---- ---- - - -- --- ---- - - --
t S. Naval Hospital Key West,
I i radio to confirm the statement ment in full and some of the I T _By The .".__....... r...... at the time the machine wove
Fla- will be to the general stolen.
SNOW IN MAY open
UMitlljr without comment. commented Of
any papers : favorably on I WASHINGTON. May U-Government
riot today Molotov wet quoted the acceptance" of the Marshall public for inspection from 3 to Mayor A. Maitland Adams WM
I .a declaring that the Kremlin had proposal I Navy Nurse CorpsI {15 p m. on Thursday the 13th of conciliators are trying: today the first witness nailed ...,.
accepted the Marshall proposal t Surprise was expressed here I c May to bring about a settlementof Mayor .Adams told of the ..HwMeial -

I for a ronferenre, that it was hop. I:over the turn of events even To Be ObservedI the threatened: automobile investigation eonductcrf ..y
I I The Navy Nurse Corps was established city officials and members ate
though the Russian statement did workers strike at the Chryslerplants
. not hint when the conference I May 13. 1908 and Elks Club the day following .Leburglary.
Ceremonies have been planned J nurses were assigned to the Navy .
the United States would be held or where it wouldbe rvE.L
Soviet newapapetsraltd radio held.May. I'at the naval hospitals in the Medical School Hospital in Washington Union leaders had demandedan "During the course of owe Lei.

I Seventh Naval .Districts on May I -i D. C. The group consisted increase of. 30 cents an hour vestigation Lt, Ray Atwe41 ease
: 3t of a superintendent, a chief nurse but have reduced the amount to to us and told us that he .had. a
13 to honor the fortieth anniversary I and 13 nurses As the Navy did confession of the theft of tIN'Machines
12 NAVY MENMISSI'NG of the founding of the' :: ''> > not provide quarters for there: 18 cents. But the Chrysler officials from Wilson JeMjr.' the J
"fl- { who made offer of advance
Navy Nurse Corps nurses it was necessary for them an an mayor- testified. Then WISSMI
t* Captain J--L. Holland district ,Ito rent a house and open, their of six cents an hour two Jolly was brought before u*
'own mess. weeks. ago have not proposed a. "Wilson Jolly then told us deft
medical officer i has extended an
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ON i In less than 40 years their num- counter: offer. he and iU brother. Frank J,4 r.
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invitation to all naval reserve and ber grew to a full 11,054 (theI The things looked this af: Frank Curry. Hector CasU and
: civilian nurse;; to attend one of I grand total of nurses in UiNJVV way Sam Bath had committed 1e
the hospital 'units in the district 'I--g i Nurse Corps during;:: World War ternoon the 7 .OOO Chrysler cmployes i theft of the machine Then b. r-

FLIGHT HERE on that: date. : : .. I III) serving the largest Navy in will quit their jobs. at.noon said that the jhacbfnef- -than weete
history their professional talentsan tomorrow. ; in the home-of Cast .
"Open House" will be observed : ,
4 accepted necessity. Early in City CommusionelPM ajla O
Trains
11: :* . at tie; Key.West Yaral* 'Hospital ._... ... j'j i arc running; .regularly I Hardc nneiprthar c41a.X141 sfaWaJs
.AlrpLiis" i "?" Ilea Utica y -.,.... .. %and the Jacksonville: Naval Hospital . ; \", ... r.. _' ...' ._. thospitals 1909 jmrses in'wre Annapolis senUto" : the Md.naval. Tang ]I I today and will"eontinu*WTlwat' il lee' Tfu i stip '. I A

Festival;; I ,' (least until May 19 when company tion.was called to the stead after
;1rartIsIn*:t From KryWr Day in order that reserve and : Brooklyn, N. Y. Soon they were
I receiving orders for duty at Marc ,(t I officials and union rl'preCnta. Mayor Adams had been '......
i .l Arm To .Puerto In Division; ; ; SchoolThe civilian nurses may meet the I' > | Island Calif, and other naval.I tives will,/- sume their conferences I i': Adam sat with Judge Tsssa Il
medical staffs and obtain an up- i hospitals. In 1910 the Navy sent to try to reach an acceptable Can of Criminal Court ........-
to-date picture of in the scale of to end the dispute
nursing
Ktr combined junior and Its first nurses to the Philippine wages out the morning; session of tfceI
I senior rhonues of the Division Navy. I Islands! Haiti and Guantanamo j t triaL ,
.. street school together with the The Naval Hospital Jacksonville 1 It was explained that the gov- >'r Harden told of the
Naval ain4anrh l xil at IWa Bdv.. Cuba and since that time saner n.rl-
t.... Naval. Air KUI.... alongMb classes! of Mr.. Arnold. Mrs. will entertain violins nurs- l e I there have been Navy Nurses crnmcnt teihmcall". i i& till in venation after Atwell' hrtiugbt.
other aerial I fnrres of thrNavy Hamilton and Mrs. Mickrr. will es following hospital inspectiondui wherever the Navy has been. possession of the railroads Wilson Jolly in the Elk. hadpre.. .
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hold a spring. ytival Thursday ing the dayAt .t .- though they are being operatedby rooms April %7. He .acct Mgr
have bee making an Inlrnsrr '- .. In World War II, Navy Nurses on
. searrh for the misting Pf Y.a May 13. in the school auditorium Krv West. a rfKXtHil party' .. :.* > Moil. were the first American women company: officials. : heating had been UrMNr weer
Naval. plane. arrryma 12 Navy at right o'clock and buffet supper will highlight; : . -' ,. .' to be sent to the Islands north of i i about an hour when AtwvMn ealaw
here ial to Key Wet which Mrs. Hamilton's 5-A class will the day-long observance t ... .. .. j New Caledonia the first group to I May lty Dancr > and told the investigators that '
.has t**. mM.inc since Sunday I I give an operetta entitled "A .- Elate in the New Hebrides Theretheycared j Wilson Jolly had ronfesMrf .. the

The Prix plane was due to ar .i i Springtime Phantasy". Mrs. Ar .. .L".L. ,y. for the wounded from I j jI \: Auxiliary pact all of the five tmmtr lawenforcement
;,;,:, ... ... y
tilt at IVwa ("hka1f'1d about nold's 3>A cleat and Mrs. Mick- Tern "fllurt.'t i ; the long Guaddcanal campjisn. officers had ph.y.din

du..brarak, MI Sunday She had Ices S-B class will combine musk 1.\1' irrpiivi"' I Army as well as Navy and MarI American Legion I the burglary.
pantomime and dances in apageant 7:30.A.M. &s.T. Auxiliary j Manuel 1 Cuelbo. who tiers at
.left .
Puetta Rtro Others
some time .prr.vluttkly ine Personnel. were stationed -
RONNIE SZUDZIK. 3. tackles an 18 inch snowdrift near his I j will give a M-iy dance at thePont I,I h
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entitled "America Crows United street, cHn
was n
and presumably dropped j in the Solomon;. the Rus- ) Stock .
into the. ..... With Song." Station i home at Boston. N. Y. Saturday after an unscasonal fiye.io"chf { sells. New Zealand. Au-.tralia Saturday Home May on I 13. Island. I I tell how he had ridden pMrt Ilk

Naval officers. .here refused In:, Atlanta 6:)I. lll revived winter stranded some motorists and brought out : New Guinea and Hawaii the Contests prizes and much fun j Elks Club the morning u f A.nIS
Hitulfr. the names t.f the men on ,'NS To Give;; Billings :5<); snowplows in the area.DAN'S I j} Coral Sea Savo and in fact all 1 1 t. piomLscd stated Mrs. Tessie % on a bicycle
the ship The name sic never "'-I|i Birmingham fu1: over the World. J Wtmncnaucr Auxiliary Presi- I "All the lights were tin m the
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.leaned until the next ..f kin are Dance Tomorrow k" ,Jl '1 I I At the present time the Navy i I dent annex. said CucHrt. 'I"IIeIw
notified. but the Navy Unl ) .. Nurse consists f 1/! 6. and were several men inside .ew mncx. .
Corps : o I
aurt"1, lioslon I ___.___
the The N C C S May dance will !he 51 I There were two am-a...
yH ship Is definitely f the number of nurses authorizedfor dllmllllllll 1118118111181u111118111IIUluIt818I818111811.LINDSEY.4
Buffalo ]
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hell! the clubhouse. 1021 Duval l :
at ;in Rose lane the
T'r alley
One airplane. returned today I|, 1948 is 3423. therefore it i* rtrnlnrrg
, after a Hunt over the water between .I street on tomorrow evenine: beginning Charleston 71 :. short 1452. I) down theide of the ......... It
Key West and Puerto Rico j*I at 9 o'clock. Miss Edith Chicago __ 41Corpus : THE MAN! This particular Anniversary is: :I was too" dark to see who He SMMI
i Knuck. junior hostess presidentsaid Christit. 77 i iDenver were.
, The (MM reported he had not today. _ _. 30i!! dedicated to procurement iii! I Under
cross exnimiHrlnan fcrSdwjer
I sUhted.the missing. plane Music will bo provided t,y Detroit __ 47 nurses for the Navy Nurse Corps i Motor Co. Cu"Jt.., aid hr rvwM ant
---- I and
ladies who would like
i Arent Sjur'lr1and hu Three El Paso 5:i young I' state who the men were
IA' riull; 2 Meeting.ffWifw ; ; Sharps Orchestra>> FL Worth 63 ;: 'to make nursing:: their career air I "f just rode past the.-IW WI .,.
; especially invited to attend thr Used Car Dealers ..
The dance committee ctnprLscs Galveston .____. 77'' bicycle," said CueHio. I saw she
/,,y Night; Betty Ganns.: decorations; Jacksonville .__ .. 70' : open house May nth: as well it>>I i < lights on and saw men moors
Birdie Lou Lowe, publicity and Kansas City _____ . W registered nurses to whom travel 404 Duval StreetNext I I around in the club It ws tao
A regular. melding of Arthur Betty Johnson prosram.n"frt'5hm.nb KEY WEST ____ 78' and adventure appeal. and who I I dark to see who they ......."
'\-t 21 of the American served have the proper requirements tnbecome to La Concha Hotel
Hewyer ; will be Key West Airport ___ 75 1 I Marie Pena. bartender .. the
Legion will be held .t tb* Stork Los Angeles __ ____ 47 : a Commissioned Officerin TELEPHONE 501 Elks Club said he left the Hut at

Island Home of the oranUation Miami .__._ .__n.m___ VO the Navy Nurse Corps. about 420 a. m. April K. He I
tomorrow night The Initiation CENTRAL PHARMACY Minneapolis ,_ .__h__. 43' LCDR Teresa M. Due2:: jn The said when he left that. Wilson
had .len postponed by Commander Memphis __._ .. 67 Chief Nurse and eleven staffnurM"S ',18 J Oiptrolrt: Heelma ltr Jolly was sitting on the pmtt to 's
ceorr.e Allen Warren until p..eelNi..pod rer ad New Orleans ______ 72 are stationed at the U. S. 4-Door Sedan front of the club.

I the fir.t meeting of June because ."..| .M r ttrlr IKrtltrrrrfMr .. .". iTfM.rtldfons 'New YOlk n _u_._. __ 56;' Naval Hc-pital at this time and -He wee supposed tn wafefc I
(enjoy the dutv and Tropical I climate 17 BnirkSpecial
of.other important business. CALL TELEPHONE 754 . ___ __ 67 the place wild Pena
Noifolk I
t'.rr ...... ... rris.l..at Oklahoma City ._. n 51. Island.of Key West. the Southernmost Scdanetle Pena also testified he left Use

Omaha *" ',.17 Ford leLu\c lights on in the annex tin.aisst a I
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CasementSash51'R111M I I I Pensacola -. .____ -____ . 73 f I\ -Door Sedan (Choice of Two) I closet in which the swrtrfc. waa ,
Roanoke _.___'h_ 63 I I Ilocated was locked and he bad
San Francisco 52 Palace Theater I| ',12 Cadillac 61 no key. ,
-at- 43 I I "I saw the slot machine M ....
1.(1)IIIEII1(1) loudThe Seattle Tallahassee 6<) Barbara Britton and Rudy Valee i Door Sedani12Mrmirj j I annex when I pju.. ti them" ..... I
71 "11.Faln.lolI4 hiiz.uute" I : j Prna: "There was money m new
TELCPHOMB: 111 I Ii Tampa
Washington 67 News and Shorts II I Door Sedan I Ily every one of them. I euM seethe I
<< coins in the jack pots."
--- ---- ".7. CltesroletThriftmasler: All ,
I I Borr n. who served HP
i Key West Retail : Elect Pick-Up Truck blot machines for the Elks ........ ,

Dealers Awocia- HOLBROOK I FOR i told of a conversation he nail
SALE "
Liquor t .I I6 nrnl \
; iePickUp with Frank Jolly after six slot

FOR SALE I t lion Mill meet again after ,RefrigerationService I DAN McCARTYGOVERNOR 1941 FORD Convertible Truck club.machines were stolen from the ,

the Elections at the New Mercury Engine 1 '39 Dodge I I "When I offered him U*li for I
Good Top. Tires and Paint i 4-Door Sedan (Continued On
1911 DcSolo Coupe elI Driftwood Club. Page Eight ,
i 4Purpo..c Price $8 5 '36 For l }I I
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Phone 724-W I I PHONE 12.
I Cxctllmt :.... .., I << of the* meet J Tudor Sedan I i aasjaBB ,
SEE IT at TICKET
lug 18 10 diycnss, New Guaranteed 'Work on KEYVEST I r OFFICE,

Monroe Motors, I Inc.1 D..I..f'tis. Domestic Commercial f MA Y 25tb GAS COMP.\!\\' "Featuring l'IiP Quality ,I ALL AIRLINES 1 !
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I four Friendly, Ford nr 1 1I Refrigeration I 'I'old I',.I'll.a' Ad"i I 1.' No ne' ''ii nt' 'nna'" "; \I sir. ., . 413 Fleming Street 1 I I TRADE-INS REQUIREDi Only"NO i I PRICE TOURS 1 1Gael. I

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TUESDAY. MAY 11. 194
PAGE TWO THE I RET WESY CITIZEN



"" SECOND PRIMARY ....taaaaaaaaa.aaaaaae.aarRadio Do.You Know That _. ,- ..A. DOG AND A CAT ,MOTHER EACH OTHER'S YOUNG --

1Je i\rJ mem -W BBF if iZIU . : ....-. :; 'eJ f.f'. -' - ..,-

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.... 8... by Programs Muioo C ty is the eldest city !
4 **.1. DaBy Xx* p .y. ,...;.
. U r. ......... Owner ... raaUaaar -- "- *\ ;All's quiet alongvallpolitical! fronts! in North .Amerce
1 ...VAX D. ABTMAM. BaMaaaa Xaaavw .... SS5SS .I; tt
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deeply i. I. .
stirs
From Tea ClUsaa Bvlldlnc .in \Vest.The"Quiet"i disquieting { ..
Coraer: Greene and Ana Streata P. l; India"has 12 principal ,
.. Oat, Daily Nearaaaaar to K.y west and i feelings similar* to those :es and some 300 delegates e.poker
Maaroa Countyabl.rod enter-I _Daytime Swnniary'r ; "
tamed on a day immediately Selected pr.arams as lilted totew }I:there. l . .;t:.
claaa matterMBMBKM .
at Kay West. Florida. aa aaeond are areeacut at taa M"e taw Meji.tfay a

+.A OP TUB SOCIATEO PRESS one when a hurricane ia expected to strikein '-ti W..r..,.it caatral. ......"btr.et. Ka.t,.a m,best Neal t El Salvador the smallest of the I oJ

Taa Associated ....... U eielaalraly entitled to this vicinity. for _" ..- MiMrwt ....* Mur*. Central American republics, Is t
*.. ... for r..ro4.c laa .. all .... dUpatchea credited the densest in population. } J
e I* It or at otherwise credited in thla paper and Nobody can foretell with certainty t et,
alaa 1 .... local ...* published here MAY 10 THROUGH MAy 14 l 1
._. when the political hurricane will' strike in l Champagne is a wine grown ,.
CBicmirno RATES 1IaaIJa. :

I Dae Tear . U.. ... all its fury that=] is' political fury confinedto IOO-Ho".Y'DIOOIL. ....K -a1Q... from grapes grown in an ancient'proiuc k. -, "'.. '" !
w fit ataalha ..-. 1 s L.eot75 ....kfaal C41! abttk1sQklaho. sot Franc called byTh x .. .
.w rare* Moatkaf the :tongUe in drumming. up. forces in .* anutli.p-eb*. Uw eanw name. r ; f fI
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%' Moat* r Qasrk YIN! SQl_....._ ;
I .%1 the sheriffs '
:- .klJ'' race. \ttIt.av.c: __.\e
AOYER".I"IO" RATES' : Lines are. being; 'closely'and tautly hate Far Solt--t1: tJ euttivaUoa o( cloves is tbe J
stgry um- .
? island ia the
Mad Known AppltcattaaSPCCIAI. '' pride et Zanzibar an
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d Few people are on the fence. You t>>-fhMrP.t S rt lauWAftamaa *
. !.r Wf.: Indian Ocean 25 mites from the Ir :
MOTICB' ' a3 k ithlt ly 1 =
t An. fading aatice*. carda of ....* .. '......aa-'' reading this, staunchly the one or African roast.'Mactuavetti'3. :
af r..ae.u obituary' a.Ua.. peas, ett. wilt bet 11.-OO-AltIUw Oodfag>t sAsw .e1a j
t : caara far at taa rat* of 11 ceata a )h.. ;": the other. It is going to take pointed talk, .ttB4..Ahaaadgt 5.wabatt'4aS.riat famous "II Prin-
.. Xatl *a for entertainment l>7 ehurehea from which
a r..__ la !. ba derived are C ceat a ll..,. I needle*pil\king in its efficacy to break into ; a' boa-e1.. ciple'. was written in the year
Taa Cttlmea la aa 0.... forum and inrlta'dLsa j 'lFi <
the ranks of either adherent. Judging W3. .F
cea.b. .f pebU.. !-.. an attbjacta. of local ar tZ9Q_W.Jee_TrT >*r _

..; ceaeral. .=.- bat It will ,riot pabliBB aBoaynoaa from the reports making the rounds of the Kate9wttk a fakawbn12.Word In 1878. Russia had defeatedthe i

. town, that type of talk is i going to be released Davy staff and C=>tb. Turkish armies and were encamped f !i

:- time this week. l.-00-Ua. B.1t .--\q within 10 miles of Con- 1
I some ,
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST t:1iTb..BappyGadg.1a2AQ'For stantinople. M

.w. ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN But we have weathered many a politi- clears ef's.ryll.sAa
Queea.Mr a. Dai--Mfea w '
cal hurricane and this one will be weathered : Z:>>-BrIia. amt G.PMIa-a_ From Des 17, 1903. when the
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with side the > Marti BlackKecorda' -.U Wright brothers first flew until t U' I Ih.t.,) i iA
:- 1. More Hotels] and Apartments disappointment on one or IOQ-OouI lo .. SeWaig.elur, IWa. when Bleriot first crossedthe

.. 2. Beach and.Bathing Pavilion. other. But time allays the feeling of disappointment _Ladies TII. Hon S. s..te4-. rt _, -.' English Channel the world LITTLE FOX TERRIER and a.black cat take turns about feeding each other's babies at the ..

je X Airport -Land and Sea. and then we can settle downto I Paut WtkUemaa still looked upon aviation as an horn of their owner. Douglas Boyd. at Dunedin Fla. "Tippy", the dog. is the mother of four yip. ,

4. Consolidation of County and I 4ao-Ul aunt Qu1i.+cba impossibility and more or less I ping pupptoi. Tar Baby." 1M cat. has ODe kitten the same age as the puppies. Both farntrin .
civic activities that will help our com- 4:>>-Ww eC' Tall:. Alisth. .':
: City Governments. Treasury Band =Sr4albsa ot a joke. share the same btd. I
munity, the losers as well as the winners. ., _
& Community Auditorium. Ip-It'wv.. .- ....---' -- - -.- --
: The local fight in the governorshiprace a iddiu. Rn ir (...t peta. I .hattsrlabo Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa,
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: .Jt4.ate*.. 19.T12' miles above sea level is I ....- 1 HOLDING US UP! S 7 MACKEY IIE';
is not going to be a picnic for either =<*-Lana a.d'Aknte.ela,last
the highest mountain on the Afri- f
--- side. Fuller Warren, who. finished second '. can 'continent. Key West In J : r,,
MONOGRAPH
in the first primary in Monroe county hasa MOOtAMSeeten

=- Dear Readers: local managerial force of half a dozen HrrWQWt. LEGALS Days Gone By .
: ... Lee** 'T..... t.f eeMraluotract . ;
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e .fits ".....- ler meuataiauatract
If anybody, with whom you are not seasoned politicians. Warren polled .1,321 twe ,keura. sass lacal ...- TO ItT OF TilE 1
THE flRClIT AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF
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bow to sweetly, he is locally Dan McCarty's 813 a differenceof tiens changetieur. .r 'relay l te fit EL& E\Tll 111)1111. "-1 HC'I IT .,: ,r .' ;" '
acquainted, you laa'MheclO6Iea. U *-mMMite ece- THE CITIZEN OF .
carnet be included. I" .,,,.. FoH 0'\00. (4U.'T' ,- .
either a candidate, a relative of a candidate 508, but there are always deflectionsfrom gram cnangt OV THE ST\TK. OV FI.4HIIUV. MAY 11. 1938 I IartnlUlDlUllll . .t.
.
1\ ('HR' ..
; or a worker for a candidate. all candidates in goingfrom one primary UUDY' Taw %_ 11-37: : !llllJlllUllllllWDIUumwmmmmlllll i :-t. -'
e I HKIRO OVTIKRRKZ.Plaintiff. >
KSTHER
:. THE ORACLE. to the other. How many Warren SveaSafft:00 Senator Charles O. Andrews

lose : -X w. Report. Ji MIn.-nbe f .... III'OIICE informed The Citizen today that ;i )
will :; of his 1,321 and McCarty of his t
f GEORGE
rr :Newscast Every has-tba CCTIERREZ.frn.lant.' the army board of engineers in
813 is purely problematical.But :Network Silent Hour-abc-east :: .,
Kladiea Hour (repeat-abc*%.st ORDER OF Pt lU.H'ATlOXTO I Washington has decided to hold 7 :

.: TO PEACE AND SECURITY Colin English the man who came Network- Sour Silent trepfatrobswest1:15Sporta'Mualc 41 hr.)-mbeeaetKlJdie : George utl.rr.z.RO'lt. a hearing on the proposal to deepen ( .- ,.; :... 1

:No. :I.1)aarille.'lnlnol. the inland waterway between
out in the governor's in Monroe : Tb e-olxj.Scwace
race
on top. .
Breedaast--cba Bahia Honda and Key West. t

Dr. Albert Einstein, noted scientist, i ij is county, has been eliminated from the 1:30--Chicaa 4rcbatracbseast to TOil the- are Bill hereby of Complaint required for to divorce.kit appear. I : .., 1
Luta .ndAbo. r rtjeat-tb: ,-.cat
l I a: pumping vigorously for a super-national I contest and naturally the question arises, .:**--: i-.east Vy Tkree> -aWLawcu day the of above Junes styled,VIX cans 1949. ..otherwise n live 3rd. Weather conditions have beenso

is "the only will Tonnes (repe1M 11)-eb. eontained therein unfavorable during the last .. "'
organization, which he says, who get the greater part of his vote the allegation 4l
Supper'.CIuenbcbaala will be taken a* ronfenxed.l I I week or so, few sponges have

ii one path to peace and security." Warren or McCarty? That question has New The bealab and" Ceatmentary-ab.sA.*-cfc. ,(\.NK Florida AND this ORIJ.RIH 5rd day at of :\KeyWent. Iay.A. 'i been obtained in the waters in

The physicist warns of the danger of to do with only the English voters who will 4 Ulto.a..tr7:1' .-a 6. IX 1949.IC1RCl'iT. ,i the Florida Keys according to information ; 1
-Xewa and Comaienx-nb COURT SEAL) .
militarization which will "slowly but surely go to the polls on May 25, for some of them Jack.Smith aid 5qitba flora C Sawy.r. .I brought to town by I ,
r l)ailr*Comtau-.t.o CUrk of Circuit Court. I I crews of two sponging boats. .i
I the democratic spirit and the \ea: tWtt-'..1.l1QL. 1 j
destroy are not likely to vote again. Their chief .Q'.r : Ky: Kathleen I Nollajr :
..enuaa Qatntsirfbs I..pu.ty. Clerk.Earkitte .
dignity of the individual in our land." interest was in English, and they may be Ba Croaby'aCWbrtb. ":-uiD.I.I<-. Jr Three Key West youths are

Certainly we would not dispute the unconcerned in the outcome of the decid- 'T.The B.Grcea:Aaae Uorn iac.d-wba.tbtt .I 1" Attorney for I'liiniiif.: ma.y4-I l-IS-i.l: *IS.OTICK listed in the latest issue of Who's f
Who Students in American
-
+ among
: conclusion if by "militarization" he means! ing race. 7:45--Harl'.esa Lerrgw. -N COIr..eD tEa--cry.rbtEd \ 'TO rHBHITOH CTC. Universities. The Key West- l 1 RERr 1

: what U going on in Russia!' and what went However all those conjectures mayor : 2i.ut.t C Shore dsotitApptooDl.ali Show ab lTUK. cttivTv: .n UGti6! ('01 liT ers are Howard Maurice Felton
t'AM* FUR VO\HUI-: -Ol.\T\. William Phelan and Louis
: on in Germany. On the other hand it may not turn out to be true of one thingwe Tout Big-v.Ak....N Co.Cap.i..r.aill U.t'lU-c.1It_..'-e. 1n't'ftORuLt.k.. E.latq.of I,%'.l'aOOATE. Aloysius Joseph Wilson. i

might .a* well be recognized that military maj be sure-the sheriffs race will be lIJdll +oaaTt4e.iepro a Epi'ARbtIL; QATO. JR..
1:15-R..kly.\sw1 Tlal ;abq Iteceased.To I .
" impotence If this nation is ever challengedby closely contested" vote for vote and therace 1:39-Date 14)tb Judialeir. alt I.creditor: and all permits. I Small arms firing at the target wR ,rrEyt, rI ..

... ] .. n4 Ura. X. h'.cba I having elaioKt OF demand.. again range at Fort Taylor began this
. an _aggressive power, will likewise_"des to get a local majority for governor ..Amerira'aRosa; Tows '' c.t\a&:-..'-. he estate of 'Ea_rd<.) H. Gates Jr.. morning under the direction of I 1'Ro .. ,
, JeCeth,DcaDa =tai-aibe : f d..._. troy the democratic" spirit and the dignity will be exciting also. I'-'n.:"YHiut.a. Newacbi r Wext. ...tor.i431..00 v Cauaty. State Captain Will film Ll' Johnson, who

nifty Cvanwtf" af Florida: is stationed in the Key West
of the Individual" and the will not
process : -'\.moa'an ay---a e You, and each of you. are hereby '
We toe rx>pte. tiu *- baal notified and required to file all i Barracks.
L slow! but speedy. When the leaders of
... any community >&i4t Hatter &besaeat-aba ., rtalaB .or demands which yow or .. .
The United States as! we see the present including Key West organize to performa ':*- ..a BreadcaJt. ___t>a 4 any estate of of jro Eduardo. may have H. tutu.against Jr.. d.a the.- I The project committee of the t -- - -- ------1- - - ,

to world situation must be adequately public service without seeking personal :30-FlUxr gad- W VoHjrChristopher .U -+cbaUoatua abG:
abe .
fop Concert Commerce announced today r ?nce River.l44The .
armed to defend itself In the event that the gains, there will be something added. Ur.c nr Hood Drat.aaub51150Bob = b vf tT Judge Florida of in Monroe the office".....of...t'I..lila.the Coun-. 1 1la I 130 historical: signs will be placedat j! ( America) ANaac .Pe51 all a. 4

dictatorial rulers of Soviet Russia decideto : : Hope Defaader-tubs Onq.Iraga-ci.Cwtij IIStvd.Ja at. the KeyVest.:: Court' .House.....-ida of. said within. (.. various corners in Key West. I 1647-Famed Peter Stuyvesantdirectorgeneral out attack on Itwljr. 1

adopt war as an instrument of national GREATER CHANCES OF WAR IMfcli calendar months from the .nt.1 of New Nether-
10:3O: -Red Skeltoa Ce'aiedx:-ob .j the first publication ...f1.1:4 The Overseas Highway will be N.v 145--American. 1K OttiRill.
lands (later : York), arrives in
I p licy. If the rulers of the Kremlin reach Let wac.Freedom Orch.ttranba Rlox-aba to-wit, April :... A. I.. 1945. the subject of an address in | New in .....-tv-...Rd. fajMiaaJ wn 1
York at the of 52.
claim or demand must be in writing age 1i
this decision, the only protection that we While we recognize the tendency of 10:4*-Ifa I. the.'r..aiUy-at* and must state the place nf recldeace I!I English in a broadcast on May 14 : Ute J.... ..
eo- 11QO-Xewe hta*-ibo . and poet Affice address. ..f 13 IS-Dr. Valentine Mott of :
Havana. I
CMBS in :
will have for the democratic spirit and the military men to emphasize the dangers :News New.and-Da Yatl.ti ce>Baa4 t_br ahaNeva. *- the by claimant the claimant and, his must agent be swornto or attorney. !i The over speaker station will be Joie Perez j New York performs jtoric: sur- lifted t94a--Itat11Y1ifi_.a. mwi__ | _nm f..r..injil..tak v iev. a:I tt

dignity of the individual will be found in that confront the nation we do not believe : t>aace.Ba d % ate -mba' former chancellor of the Cuban i gical operation known as the li- turo fer tn* ,
12:< -Dancing. CoatI U,4-*> .1I"*, Any such claim or demand not gation of the innominate artery. be/1..l_ _
the strength of our armed forces. that .they, as a class, are "warmongers"or >no filed within eight! months from consulate in Key West. i 1 IWf-U. N. Gwwral /erahil
the time of the first publication ofthis 1826-76-year-old John Stevens
that they would push the United" States Subscribe to The Citizen. .. n tl.-e shall be void. automobile enters third we..t ell tea a.set/1
, .. C. II. Smith an tag of New Jersey exhibits his ex- .
.
Itated at Key " Florida this .
st.eiee dill ..6.4.--
:.. NECROES AND THE ARMY into war. i ntb day of .\f>ril. A. h. lISt inspector, came to town today' perimental steam engine to prove \J .
.
I gntoe and tnrtrmt its .. .... .
I Herbert K. CabreraAs
to arrest drivers who the praticxbility of steam to
introduction call atten- a
With this we
LEGALS; Administrator of Estate .....
h.bf'J: I II I their 1933 He cGnUII.:
; .. bought tags. in-I doubting world.
nf Eduardo H. ( de- j
Some weeks several of the :
of Gen. OmarN.
ago. so- tion to the recent statement ceased. I formed The Citizen that he j

called leader of the Negroes in the United Bradley the Army's Chief-of-Staff who : NOTICE 'I J. Lancelot Lester I I conditions much better than he |I 1827-Country's first store to t' Federal aid for education fit
.
I\ THE for\T' .ruGOIftT., ,.Attorney for .tdminstratnrapr.2U2may411,194; J,, sell hardware exclusively opensin pupils from five to 17 year. oil.
State advised Congressional committee I chances of in IN *'M FOrt'MOROF.OITt. S. had a year ago.
I = a told Senators that the war ......HIII'. PROBATED. J I Philadelphia. varied fn.m a hi.h of ..li m

: that they would seek to promote a "civildlwbedlence" I his opinion, are greater now than they In rt:>tate ofCII.RLES '' . ; IV TUB ft>VNTV JlU iK'* COtUTl I Mrs. William McIUigh and Miss I 1838-Minnesota admitted to. Nevada to a low uf S19 1 M fVnsylvania >.
IU'TO'UnS l\' "II FOIt MOMtilK' COITY.j' J
Statehood-the 32nd State. during the 1545-4
movement among Negroes were three months ago. also! sometimes known ax Charles. KI.OHII\. IN PIKIIIATKI Phyllis Rogers left this morning
Harrington, and aby ,r.llmea .- i In re Estate of for short in b'\ -iani. i 1875-First International Sun- school year
&I a stay
of thy unle.-w all forms of racial months declared ". .
country Up to two or three ago know;. n an n. H41.rtlaj.a..d.{- ('CARRIE OLMSTEAD.ne I
day School Convention in
ton. ... i -ea-....J. opens
discrimination are removed from military General Bradley: military leaderswere Notio: in hereby given te all ; OTICE OK SILK UK> KKll.PKOPKIITV Today The Citizen says in :an i Baltimore. i
M bem It may .concern. that.fauHnethe I 'Y'o. Grocer SELLS Thai Goad
training. thinking in terms" of "no war right I..a. Harrington. as F.t.cutnx of NOTICE .S IIIIUUJF.S that editorial paragraph: 1940-Churchill succeeds
Last Will and Testament of I I to Order of the CountyJudge ""One can judge an individual i Chamberlain as prime minritrr
attitude an
The was not approved by but now he admits that they are pursuant STAR BRAND
away Charles Dayton HarrlnKtaa. a.Uo.MmtetimeB Florida.the !
,' of Monroe County. by the nature of the excuses he [ of England. i
,
intelligent Negroes, but more recently little differently." He known a Charle IX undersigned i Executor "f the !
many "thinking a says Harrington and alsoputneitaM* Last \VUI and Testament: of Carrie makes. 1941-Ex-President Hoover AMERICAN COFFEg

t I a score of Negroes' who have been serving "So many things have happened and you ed.known'has ax filed('. U.with"Harrington.the Honorable.daces.< I L.Wesu(Hntstead.Monroe deceased County Florida late of: Key will I broadcast, that 'we do not have : and CUBAN

I the Army in an advisory capacity in cannot put :your finger on any one of Raymond R. Lord..uot, Judge; offer for sale and sell at the front I Your Horoscope 300,000 men . eauioped -Try A Pound Today
In and for Jtonroe County. Florida, CourtHouse
dour of the Monroe C-ovn'
; ; connection with matters affecting theirrace them her Final 1 Arrount and! 'has madeapplieaton at Key \\.!" .'Illrida. at 1* TUESDAY. MAY 11. 1948-Today's 1942-Two freighters.. sunk by I
I for her discharge aaExecutrix 2(I. -- -- -- -- -- - u
M. Wednesday
A. May
o'clock
decided not to continue such service Explaining his testimony before the of the L.asl"'vu' and >1943. the following de.-w-nl.ed property native is self-reliant and -7
-: Testament of Charles f>..Y1.-, HarrinKton : able, but likely to be crafty. You I -
"because of dissatisfaction with the policy I Armed Forces Committee of the Senate. also sometimes .e1liA as All that <-erUln pieco or parcelof in
make
will work hard to a way
: of "segregation that i is being followed by General Bradley said that he would be Charles sometimes I.known Harrington' as C. n.and Harrington also land ID the situate City of I lying Key/ and West.being the world, and the indications are ;

i the. Army. neglecting his duty if he did not tell the I. deceased.I.ate.l May. , that you will probably succeed. : I

The history of the world reveals many little bit 1..1) pauUn. Pr.. Harrington. Block Eighteen US>. Tract seventeen However, you should take great \I
Senators that "we are a more .
A. Executrix: of t.. Last Will (1 I7> according to the care to avoid any evidence of''
. Instance whefe nations with populations arid T."mentt "'*arl Ic. Il1a- Plat of The Kf'.t Investment -
afraid something will happen than we were I ton llarrin \.... also awai ctiMe. Company's- subdivision ..f envy or jealousy especially of.

''; <>f diver origins. have made it a practice some months ago". known as -'Utica U, Harrington part of Tract Seventeen (IT). those who may become riva;.; ustonBfflh1INJfIEb-
.
*n" al_ ae.ttaiieit known reordrd in flat Itook One I
: to form military units on the basis of homOICt"nf'OUl I. as C. n. flarri .'.... d,""..."e4,. duly(1> on page "rx! of :Mo.irotCoun. and above all not to make mischief j
or may 1 I-l S-2i:ju u,1.1941." ty. Florida Keci rd and which, even in sport for you will j
groupings. In many instancesthe The problems of the nation will soon Lot is banded and described as be in danger. i
i\' THE follows vix. Commencing at a _____ I
riHrriT cevKT e. THE
in raising the esprit de
policy resulting be solved-when the commencement
ora-
KI.KK\TH 4UML\t. 'IRCIIT point oa South Street distant Stone used by residents'I
.
l'\ "II Fifty (5.> feet from the cornerof money
units because eachgroup FUR XWMtWK' CWINT1.TTK
rorp of the military tors make their annual addresses.AN OK ....v.aIU.. .. South and Elizatx-th Street'. on Yap island consists of stone

would take pride in its record am l\ ('HAM'KHl.Taw and running thence along South "coins" ranging from a foot to 12'
,.. direction
1I..a' Street la a NortheaMrrly
peek to increase its prestige by accomplihmenU. IDEA FROM RUSSIA WILLIAM ARTHl-R VLUTIXFlaiatlff.' Fifty .i,> feet. ; thence at feet In diameter brought to the NOWLEkAxwELLiii AVAILABLE!
right angles" in a NorthweMerltDirection island canoes from Palau.
tn open Made *C t*.M Oi '. . Mae
**. I)I\"H 'K 'C'TIQ One Hundred and
miles finished with _kalk*
Mats
away
ROSE FLOYP. Twenty 081 feet: thence alright 125
I .__
We have idea that the in Southwesterly Sag eyathetle .L a
no majority 'The Soviet people and the armedforces" fendant. angles a
OHUKH OK BLir.TIO\ direction Fifty CoO) feet: thenceat Also ALUMPOIMlBLIi'IDS
of the. Negro race in the United States will will solve the problems that face Tfi: right angles I; in a Southeasterly I .
Roar Floyd. direction fine Hundred and PttretestTwa Available
I he anything but completely loyal to the Russia, according to :Marshal Nickolai Bui- Surtoa VUla. Twenty U8> feet to the point I 1 I I Free Cstimat Can H2
S.-mway :Nr. Bragg of beginning on South Street. !
United States In the event of any future ganin, head of the Red Army.It Lines, F.n &aDd. The sale will be on terms and I PROMPT DELI\K.HT
You are hereby required' to appear C'.tit111. ha allowed for not more!i
war. if, through error or the bad advice might be a good idea for the peopleof to the Bill 01 "omplaint. for dl.orc-e. than sixty per cent of the purchase
In the above' styled cause .. taa 3r4 prtco and (or not longer than five Nay ceplee (** eia
of leader the race adopts other poli- the United States to follow the think. ,
any day of June. 1M, otherwise the allegation )'f'ar.1I..h deferred purchase pric-'
therein -UJ b. ,.k.. a.. to be evidenced' by the prom I......r\ ALL VITAMINS r
cy. It would be most unfortunate both for ing of the Red Army officer and put some confessed.This not of the purchaser payable t<> I II
known to be essential] to hymn /
order to be published. once a the personal representative and secured -I II
and for the
the nation Negro race. bu reliance upon their own armed forces. week for four ronsecutiva weeks IB by mortgage upon the .said I aaniooA. pillS lives tad uoa.I .

mostly for the Negro race. There is nothing to be gained eitherin The Ke> West ('IUxf''. newspaperpulili.hed rope-rty sold. Said sale will, \ I..- "ubect I 909 FLEMING STREET KEY WEST. FLOltlBA
In Kf'Y"f's'. FwrMla. > to the approval ..f "said" Co nt> 72' S2.S9 a 3nd3 wo.c
peace or self respect from going IVuie aod Ordered this 3rd crazy :May. A. It. 1143. Dated at Key ',"f'"t. Florida this

If all the time spent on solving puz over half-baked declarations of idealists:; :,4R__ O. ask date of iUv, ,, A. I.. 1t\. Watkins 1 I
.. Sawyer. W William Wesley

ales! In the effort' to win grand prizes who tell .us that if we act ideally the hard- Clerk. .of(..the.....ty.Cireait Flo.. "Court.11.nro. Testament E-xecutor. of of the Carrie Last Will L. Olwt and- I GARDNER'S PHARMACY Drapery Cornices

.. could be used In ditch digging we could boiled" nations of the earth will respond" to .Sly: Anne C. Long worth. P. C. ...... Deceased.t f 1114 Division St. Cor. Vaiala II t -
Thomas a Can \\t Ophelia T. Lester PHONE 1T7 . FREE DELIVERY 1
complete the Nicaragua Canal In a week our good intentions. Solicitor (or ,h. Platatlff.may4 tz Of Counsel for said ExecatorFubUah 1 .
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HOMO HOU. raft PAST tuc.. -
PICK ET
WEWC FOUOO IS AXNOUNC.
tDt ANY *UML INCLUD.tO donwf D that *, TUESDAY

Ole UST 10:00 A. M. 12:00 Noon-Navy, ,
Wives. Bowling at Submarine j| .
Radnor tell of UH.* pupil In s4v Base I
Key Wnt Junk lUth School # 2:00 P.M. 3:00 PJkL- Jfavyj

.... fc.*. 4m U4ler.tKan.aver.w Wives Red Cross First Aida I
'' ..Classitt.ltCCS .
J
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,! .11 for th
... # UmiurtkA peter 4 't'30;; P.M.-TO:00 P. ,-*.U. S. Na.
ending April U.
a--rodyth Hampton :' 'Vfei',Hospital .. Pity. jointly i !
',' with American. Red Cross i
l.a-Bart.er. 0...... Janet y bat
(2nd Tuesday):
:.
"'.., NyM 1'h'N'f'IUG f
jOOP.M.B3Q.P M. tL 5.Naval
ainrtUM. William :
NetoUtt. Else I
HospitalEntertainers to
beth RiiMiL
Kvrtyn Nettle.
lIart'Ir Pn1ItYn1."I'1wwaa Cornet t Wards (3rd Tuesday).

Hfr-tWalttr U *tM. Hobby WEDNESDAY I
WrbcUr.SCO too PM. 1100 P.M.-Billiards,
-rWWIia Hernandez. Ed. j Pins Pong Writing Roam

.li* PMtriefc. RaYf'Woftd R th"".. Showers.
Jar Weat, Uric Isrh unblumr Mich 12:30 P.M. 5:00 Hospital
Pwdmn.3.Aft Patients Fishing Party joint
-Maruril. Hum*. Mil program NCCS. YMCA and
kid .......... UarW Znrsky, Red Cross.
JiiKany Butler, Yvnr UrCartW. 7:00 P.M. 8.-00 P.M.-Boxing
Lorraine .....". Jacqueline Training PAL Equipment.
RUnfceft.hip. Urn Lang. 7:00 P.M. 8:30 M,-Sewin*
JAM W anal, Mortem Park. Class Navy Wives.
3.44-Fraotes .. ..*. CiayLou 7:30 P.M.: 8:30 PM.-Spanish
Aatn..o Jean Cnu.r. Nancy Class for Beginners; Miss
WUkl.... WiUUm Reffi instructress.. .. ,
KuwIL On. I IdiDI 1 I LIT HIM SLEEP . Don't dis- cAI' I h t
8:30 P-JL 11:00
TtuiO. Katherine p.M.nmcingTHURSDAY
Bnare UorU lUrgrave.Lrwio. Brady.XVate. ., fvrb Jour baby's sleep no' MATERNAL CARTS fail to keep Nrs.r Opal Hamfltsn fteai

Pitt kia licrt EHwuuO.Sa mother how anxious you rife JMX A.M. 5:00 PM. Sewing picket line in strike of packinghouse workers at Atlanta. Ca-
Martin I cunnwkl.AftA .. shew lilac off fo'tom Gny : Machine Typewriter Writ. Son Donald four months old snoowsttrsccfuHy while-tirathet
.yrr. lUivry j'I ing Room. Showers carries the! sign. . '"*''" ; '

.iuhnsust. Mans Oord a. June ,C. /i. McCoy Jr., FRIDAY ---_ .' .---- .-- . ;'.:. '.- .. .- _. -
Vat... .I... I j8:00 I A.M. 5:00 P.M.-.Sewing .
'
r2 G re' Cathrjr. Patricia Visits Parents Machine Typewriter, Writ- .t' "NEW LOOK FORMIC.THE . .. SUIIM.tRENE: . ..' -
*.tl.. Annr Yn.... Lou i Per* j ins Room. Showers. --., .. ; ,t "
wm**. Rdwin Orrrlin. Jenny Corporal Charles E' McCoy t' SATURDAY ;:'::-:-::'::::: .:; ,'
tdt
Atstns.lb Crlty mwn. Sbulry .1:00 P.M. 6:00 PJIL-Picnic !! . '... ... J 1 .. .j
Tnarr.paa.a. H.... Cobs rVt.Y Mil.Kvrn. Jr. U visiting hit parent (1 Fishing (sign: un in advance). ., -, -. . i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. !li ; 5
u.ea. WIaatwn McCoy. SUNDAY .. . .-- "
2-fifr+tWttr Cbnant. Cracc I for. a few days prior to going IC:30 A.M. 11*O A.M,-Communior j < .
Frn.*tr.. IWOy Rafrm,.. GailUTaJUfv. ..%.e.sea. here he call be stationed } liitakf a=1. Wrutt
Ala.. White. Thomas in the A:nrt-v. Hat Club. U. S. Sub Baw .' .
bistro Je>t* Gins Addiv Ma cue pur.cl McO.v ha* been (2nd Sunday). r
i rUmrrk, Gk*.. V.t..quer. Ar- based at Westover Field U. S. A.- LOa P.M. 7:00 P.M.-Fish in, .
U...r Klw..*fMtui, Maxtnr Miller.CWrtnvy F. air field. for the last year lie Trip (sign up in advance). '
tUmpwo. Myrna Cur- Graduated from Key West High'i! Information services housing +
r). bUnrit A1a aaad. DuruM Sitaua.l with the class of 1946. city maps. ,' f k
HtMbU. Myrna Dofnowtkl. Sara i' Religious literature library .
: Unm-n. VHa tUrr.m, ('.euige MilMr TODAY'SANNIVERSARIES telephone, stamps, wrapping aix j
1 *Co.uU Rubs,taon. Larry mailing packages, railway express -
ifmiih, Paul nru*.... Jack Gib.m.IJO ; service, laundry pick-up
.AnIU rrrnandrx. Know America) j 1
Paul available: to all defense force;
n....... l'al'y Ann Joliraen. LewU 148-UUO years ago) Charles :'; and their families.' .
rUitxT. Own Alan Kirbvl C. Munn. popular author and MHS. E. S. COUGHLIN.
Alkti Ap...r Gail S v tiai. NilCM commercial traveler bf hii day Executive Secretary
Clartia. Lydia Pat C air Leo butts in Southhampton, Conn. ;! MISS HILDA CASTILLO. '
*D wniM n. Ann White. Morton Dmt July S. 11 I7. ; Secretary
i.aiL hfta...... llenrtquet. WayneftltPvTiaM. 184T-(IOO yean ago) James i j s
". PaawU RuMeU. Myri Dix Schuyler. Western: railroad' tllllllltlUlllIIIIIIIU OUIllIIIWQI.'WlUlUSlllllUlWlln. _
| > U.H..., Oe wf* GibnonTMicharl builder enKineer. famed CsUrornia .
1 4r..*.. Cturia II)',,. CandidoHarreli dam builder,- hvdraulie en- i' WhnCs Doing ; -
.. Fianrine JwhnMin. Irene (ineer, born in Ithaca. N. Y.I at UMAII3IKO .r...
(-,,\ Waada Lynrh. Dale V'tliiylur. Died at OceanParM} Cat, Sept. I
r1411. Aura .'-n. ..1unos Val.Isis. U. I..%. iUM SERVICES
OnwM 8wersrnts. eNtrlC'1 .CtmrUw. W. Fairbanks. Y.M.C.A.J'
(beta Nankin.I Indianapolis law yer. U. S. *ena-1 Jackson Square. Whlt.h. d aK
|.1&-Tr ry DoutMfV. Dorothy tor. Vice President under Th o- ; and Southard Streets
VtUWr. Ben KMundm Ruth GibClavUm dare Roo evelt. boor in Union
*... KMTM. Ja.Whipps.. Co- Ohio. Died June 4. 1918.t tn11nm! nasNtnn,,Knuraunumimuuifflnuu'
Payr Kent. Duu herty Torano I Uf-Ott IruIr Mergenthaler. I Tuesday '#C+tSf.r a. as.y t'
Iluttensla ea.a. C.......". Car- Baltimore inventor of the lino. ) B:30 P. M.-Little Theatre Group .\\rt'l.iI..I"J
rt$, Jimmte Cwlhn JosephClMtun type hich revolutionized print. { rehearses; Ping.pong; Shuffle t
L.MIJ. Wan"Y''VM inib born in Germany. Died Oct. Board on the Patio.Wednesday TALL streamlined conning tower in this first picture of
l'oaw.L.r Luttlle Kinder EbI4J' 2ft. IKW- the new Guppy class submarine Dogfish Is the "New Look" ia

UU Walt....... IJrUy Stwpp.rd. IU-Jlf'nry C. Wallace De.iMot" 1:00 P. M.Fishing Party: Naval u.s. underwater craft. The Dogfish, which recently made trial
..w-a.. ..... Cole. Chat lea "-. Iowa. agricultural publisher Hospital Patients. Joint Program runs oil New London.. Conn is equipped with the snorkel
w.. .... I lot MY Avetette Fay editor secretary of agriculture YMCA, NCCS. breather rube that permits extended: underwater: operations. The
(....k. Jwjrrv O'lW-iry. GaryTtantpMm. father of the Presidential 8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole<< Country Party snorkel decs net show in this phqto. Naval authorities declineto
Laui.ll Walker Betty landidatc, born at Rock Island.
featuring Square Dancing lay where the snorkel is located. The two round objects: on
Ju.e lists S) lvta lU-rrtandej III. Died Oct. 25. 1924. Virginia Reels.
deck are hatches. Fins at top of tower are "fairing" to aid in
IUn rr lletrkk. Utty Finder, 1871-Frank Sth! $inger. noted 10:15 P. M.-Weinor Roast on the
ItowlMd Weh,..,.. Lvuti Rob- Yale University astronomer born i Patio Grille. underwater control. Ccmimmicationi devices project from

ttt. L t.m. Cohft.'IV"" in New York. Died July 10. ,j Thursday the tower. ,
(LMtrUA).. !>..<..... '''''He Ply 1943. 1:00P.M.:-Dance. John Pritch- -
U *r. KwUit Wkitaker. MilUirU ard and His Orchestra. Tapirs a s.} >ipvvhat ilunin'v 1. CI II iii II . .
U.WIlUn. Pob -ns. Pa"*) 2or.k !
Artier. Carolyn 'n. S'f-ohen Friday built hoi'bivoi ous unimal \\ ith 3TRONC ARM BRAND COFFEE
t June J *hiUMU. Judy Pvlluirr JunJuiw Trevor. Harold Caibonell, Donald 8:30 P.M.Bridge, Pinochle and TRimilMCOFFEE
I .
three toes on earn to arcxv :
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1"hI.lu'-l. Unllin. William Richardson, flail Tvnei, Movies.
W.I.. Taylor. Shirley Carson. Betty I Saturday I leprerentf' In t.-'"ec ipeciej only, .
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l.'r -Anne Gandalti' UNtrM cD..tstl. Cooner. Annette Ezell Carolyn I 8:00 P. M.-Movies. although once scattered ovvr''! :\Iirt.:
.Mart Geiald Shuler. Not ma Stokes Laverne 10:13 P. M.--second Show. feature most of the world. O Iktitaandr r. Ibllv R .Wit.. Billy : WilI& lms. Ann Ix>ry.? Jean Mer- announced at the Club. found a (refuse in Malaya and
lSa.ac1l. Asaiawsa Brf*,a. Juhn rw.. Shirley Trudeax Norma, Sunday two nearly,. related forms in clll Grocers
I (It U lift. lUymund KelUu-r. UiUyUMviltoudt. Watson Jeanne Canova. Barbara 9:45 A.M.-Java Club discus- South America. i\ . II t II O II .

. MwrpHy Cates. Salt Adam sion Group. .
r ---1 U;00 A. M.-"Go to CHURCH .
Parties." .
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!i 3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections I : .
announced. 1 BUS SERVICE :
F 0 0 .
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I. 9:00 P. Fellowship Hour on t .-
I, the Patio. Community Sing- -. .
si tG W.WSMVVRFD G4RL/CCL/CUMBERS. in*. Beatrice Moreno at the j II .. ..
'I JH 6RAPE 4IELONS DATES FIGS Piano. .
,OM.VNS l(EKS .
10:00 P. M--Coffee Hour. i .
I D i+LWEY.OuRk1FtOKS01RAdJWTFDNAVCENTLtYPTMEATSINCLUE Camera Club meets each f Z

D Thursday at 8:00 P. M. .. '
ROAST GAZEL L(AND G. S. O. meetings (Girls' Ser-i! .

r OX. PORCUPINE, vice Organization), every 2nd ..
and 4th Monday. :;i.
S44'4LLGA.4IEANDDVCK. j I Game Room: Chinese Check. ,. '
ers chess, cards, ping-pong, pool, : Make Safety First

I magazines writing desks various library table current games : Your Daily Rule =

UMVfKSAL OMUCCHlWINtAAt etc. : Grown-ups as well as Children -
Showers tennis rackets golf a
Should
tiayPTJAN TlMPt IUHKAXABlC.VN'nL !I I clubs fishing, lines, cameras :. Motorists CO-OPERATE and Bus Drivers with
THC ( checking service. film service S
I mailing and wrapping packages : Everyone should help in .
fAJCSTS LX CL VOID receiving messages phone booths. I{I : making the :tiit-ts of Key
Ml GMUtClATCRS. stamps, railway express service : t West safe. Our . ink no
c available to SERVICE PERSON- |I : chances. They are U dined to :
NEL. : be ever alert every day.

Lesleigh DavisDirector.. I : May we suggest you.: too.
J FAVORITE IGYPTtAHDRIHK.WAS Gerald Pander-program Director I! make SAFETY FIRST your :
1 BEER. SERVED IN p' I- daily rule THANK YOU.

GOLD-tNtAID GOBLET*. Beverly Buchanans-Secretary

4 A POPULAR TOAST WAS I Doreen I Cruz 'InformationDe6k' "'
'IVERES 5FR FOR Aide, i
A City is Only i
YOUR GHOST." L t As Progressive BUS FARES )I
IN* ,...,. $trm If YFEMALE As Its ,

'at.c' ':'r : tion TraDporta.'Downtown System I Routes 2 and Buses.3 ;J)*C 1 I, :

spq IpoAEGYPTMNS I l

PRACTICED FOWUNO 1 COMPLAINTS Poinciana and
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ON THC : Naval Hospital I
Are you trouble by distress of
THROW/NQ STICKS AND'I femAle functional periodic dteturbT I I
Does this Q>ak. you uff rfiwn
L/vr-aIRD L1Na pate ff.l *o mrrrmu. Und-- f City Hospital. I
k,such UDM-C? Then*o try Lydia K. Stock Island and
Ftnkham'c. vvh Vegetable umpPU Compound..bam'w.w.c tor.L.t Key West Transit (0, Inc. I Boca Chica I
,.. a araa0 -. .Sect on eec : J. W. Sellers. Muager II
of to.M.'* nest important or. iu/ Phone 1057 (3) ".. :

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Chapter 21 through the leaded panes making I laughed softly "Why would I aLACxswcs nra .1..ay..a.. a i..melM wit es..aw. ..dw. fd"

THE sprawling house of Simeon cross-barred areas of light on the one want to keel me, any-I I Advertisements under tkl b..d r..eI.r ........... let
thick Chinese runner. A silver- Deveraux?" will be Inserted In Tn. CtUM at ...ate rT ...o tM/r
Mannley was silent with the .. ... ...
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sandaled foot'followed by a wisp "A maniac doesn't need a rea- the rate of 2c a word for nrn l ttgttte '::
t deep death-like stillness of mid- of chiffon ,crept through one* of 9 n.- He quoted Johanson. ertloo. but the minimum cfemnttf f,'r rE alert"' 4eli .*m
&m U lee. Tis ta.Ne Iaraw
4 night. Presumably the occupants these patterns. Vince took up. the. "Non? Then I am glad you the The first rate for IS w words kf.*or tyr* Is la be s .
; were sleeping. traiL 'ar'e' here to 'protect me. Come ncta&rKe for :ei.rt M tMasaolsd -
S He 'let Soma stay well aheadof closer chene in 'tu-:1i word to tia of tt.bps.ebt .
Vince Bonnay. however lay
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him Shedrifted }>>efore'him
e wondering if he were doomed to almost a vision but at the "}un.- A- soft hand ,reached for, his.threw '. .
....... .,,become a chronic insomniac. He him forward. Vince felt his .
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tion'o| the 'stain and entry, to All a4nrtl.lntr i. accepted under the .....Mne IIIe
..'..,. was, horribly aware .of the the'pantry third figure emerged defenses crumbling "But you .r In advertising tra..t w e ss a.4. ,,. sleet
'.. troubled breathing issuing from from the shadows. The metal haven't answered me Sonia? responsible ... Dr. Painter's bed next to his and nose of a 'revolver sought and "Ah must you always be the n..aay ...."....c for only tM ....... ...... ell a.see .. '
'Df each creak and.whisper of the found the region of Vince heart. watchdog* Very well I tell you. pan or the advertinemeat wllere U.e sees were.
.. \. old house' as the damp weather What are you doing down I am standing by my weendow - - - . . . . . . . .
- - - - - -
.,began to affect it. Nor could he here. Commander*" looking out eento the night when wAXTI.-
forget the ugly significance of a "Oh it's you. Warner." Vince's I see a shadow come around the FOR SALE-USED CARSTivatelyowned f TO
telegram Johanson had received voice almost brake with relief. weeng of the house. I theenk
from the Honolulu police. "I'm following Miss Deveraux- maybe eet ees Hugh. He ees so 1939 Chevrolet I Small beset trninw. "awi
"Regarding Julia Mannley/ it she's planning something it may pitiful and lost like a child and two-door sedan excellent rendition -
aid, attended University here ,be a clue. '. poleece weel terrify heem so I engine lacquer .
for two years majored in Eng- "But I'm t supposed to guard come down to admit heem" new
lish. Civics and Art. Member of this floor!", Warner protested. "Are you certain it was Hugh*" paint and tires. Can be seen FOIL RfiWT rr
liberal Arts Club. Musical So "That's. right-just don't let her I "Non.but it walked liked heem after 6 pan. at Tony's Auto ..
ciety. Captain of Women's Arch- see you. I'll accept the respon- crouched over like an ammaL" Body Shop 603 Greene St .
11.. ...
ery Team 1 and 2. sibility if:anything goes wrong. may5-6t
The was withdrawn reluc' Her words trailed off vaguelybut An a ei-u >wtcsa *.*
Women Archery Team! That gun
when next she her I
tantly'and"Vince continued down spoke *OTfc I "I lglSHP
could mean everything or nothing
and he had seen the sardonic the- lower,halL Johanson had "voice had a determined timbre.*" Nash Ambassador.1946 (4-door). ... .I&6O a II H% ||&
\eence, weel help me
taken over 'Mannley's bedroomfor you Original owner. 9-2 Poinciana. PlStttf
glitter in Johanson's eyes as he I JehMeR. 1S14IfrMXM. DwrM !
read the words aloud.In himself and Sonia had slipped He tried to conceal his surprise." Phone 1096-R.. may8-4tx .. ftft.. *
fancy he penetrated the wall into ,it. The door yawned. She "How? What do you mean? !I ,
"I mus' leave here. I hat
facing him and gazed down at the must have seen the investigator I
Bleeping girl in the next room. leaving the house to take sucha nothing to do weeth thees murder 1947 Crosley sedan low mileage. FOR RELIT-APARfl
It wasnt hard to visualize Julia chance Vince decided. I want to see my counsel See L. M. Kerns, 227-A Poin- I

her hair spread out in a golden about returning to my. own"countree.oqwaaat ciana. Phone J152-J. Fumed _"'
fan. her lips parted slightly in THE tiny circle of a flashlight "I afraid war is overestimatemy over. may8-3tx and hath. MM?a
".o '. dreamless sleep. Was it innocent darting over the bed- m you I HMMOrm
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.. and dreamless though. ev the clothes then moved on to make ;importance my dear I am lttaished.
harried hag-ridden nightmare of a thorough. circuit of the mold just as much involved in this case FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE SwRRtr II
as 'anyone. We can only hope. aI HeW .
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murderess the floor.
a clever inc and baseboard near I _
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; He turned on his left side and At last it.disappeared under the What was that 1938 Chrysler New York SpecialOr Pwt *
t a second later was watching the bed and 'went out completely Instinctively as Sonia gave a will trade this automobileand I
bedroom door silently inward Vince heard a frustrated sigh little frightened cry he claspedher
swing Duo trailer for late
to him. They both stared at 1942 tAU uuew fwaar
as the bulky figure of a then Sonia let Mannley's room
the. long window The direction I model car Plymouth or Chev- lid ti...
man was briefly silhouetted then- and slipped, past the forbidding
\ '. slipped toward his bed and bent Samurai ..armor into the vast of the moonlight through the fog rolet. 3535 Duck Ave., after 4 ..,...... hat oval,. :1
over him."Commander'. vault of the living room and wentto had made the glass opaque from P.M. may 16-3tx .st1301
window the their side, only a few feet away.
Bates struggled the overlooking
1iae Pbw A
to hold down a husky whisper. .terrace.Vince lost in admirationof beyond the panes a shadow had FOR SALE .
moved .
"Yes. What's the trouble*" ,the picture she made stumbled suddenly! I f .
Now watched in tense
as they
"That Deveraux dame in the over a footstool and swore.
end room. She's up to something'She's "Who . who ees there?" rigidity, a flashlight snapped on House next to Citizen office on* ffir Mwy LRk. .
comin' out of her room andI I Sonia's,voice trembled. almost blinding them. And then Greene Street Must be re- ..' fwa.IL
jut saw the Chief and Miller I "Vince Boanay" he said quickly they saw the easily recognizable moved or torn down for salvageof t -.fi
head in' down the beach with the then wondered if that wouldbe shadow of Huh Mannley rise ....-c ....... ...
from his crouching position by lumber. may!i4t tiotdla. s... ..
dawgs What I do" so very reassuring. For all : .4 40 '4PerteaeeM
"Stay here. Keep an eye on the Sonia knew unless she herselfwas the sill and swing about defen- I mg Street
doctor I1J follow her. Where guilty, he might very well sively as a hand descended on White outside paint, white enam-
Warner*" be the murderer. "Why are you his shoulder, He emitted a shud- el $2.75 gaL Doherty & Co. I '
Downstairs somewhere" wandering around in the dark dering animal cry that sent 846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call CtVll MIVHlto
Vince donned his dressing down Soma?" shivers of fear coursing through 1597. mayl-tf wittltes since bs
and stepped into the halL Moonlight "I am.not afraid of the dark or their bodies.To. ; with .......
mist bedimmed. poured what the darkness holds." she ( be continued)
ra++RS.elaetrtc.. arW isb.wer
.. .. ._ 3-bedroom House newly furnished -i{I
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all-electric kitchen. 2831

nm ""'" I FOR SALE Staples Ave. may5-Stx i I II I II 'a?ha tub.aiMe.w. ipfiowe.


THE GREAT CALM I Plumbing supplies complete I 1304 D trw.R. .
: 1942 ;Nash "600", 4-door sedan. stock. Plastic tile, paints and

I' new tirci seat covers, battery.. brushes. Murray's Plumbing,:: Furairl.id ap.rttwt... ,...

By NINA LESLIE GULEYIn radio heater. Complete motor 1532 N.W. 62nd Street. Miami:j j I Cuirple...,. N. .ebm .

. .. ............. .. ......... I overhaul. Guaranteed. $995. Fla. Phone 7-3421 mayl-tf i|! ..".
See at 38 Rest Beach.

_ our family. we always speak of my ,.,Aunt Myrtilda as i may l-3tx Baby carnage, practically I Furnished aparMlwew.. 'C'

\\1 : "The Great Calm." because nobody has aver' ,yet; een her upset |l $12.00. 413 Virginia new'l' ..... aM.II .
agitated. disturbed perturbed? out of'sorts.olir of patience, itritated I, Two preWar' ice boxes.: Goo may8-3tx ......... L.JU J. Twifro.n

.. r angry beside herself. afraid overjoyed or anything else j condition. Phone 490-M II b acK CmipN

except utterly serene and almost speechless.To .. i I may 11-3tx Furniture. like new good buy Phone 7M-M_ iuiyt

: strangers..she might give the impression'of being some-" 328 Simonton Street, upstairs. I .
what feeble-minded because all she has done for the past sixty I.New Servel gas refrigerator. may3-3tx Live Ita Comlort
Phone 576-M. OUR OWN PRIVATE
years in the way of activity is sit a'roclang-chair and tat lace I mayl1-3tx
.
Steven Hotel Apt Rtf
;. edging. Wars begin run their span and end:,earthquakes, tor- Small motorcycle mechanicallyOK.
Mahogany [junior dining room week. PSwfte I4W.Furawhed .
Excellent tires. economical per
nadoes disasters tear up the world; people are born; people suite table, buffet six chairs, .t17
.. die. peacefully in their beds or violently; everything on earth is felt table covers, 10000. 1020 transportation. Apply 3901

in a state of awful confusionrand Aunt Myrhlda sits and tats. Fleming St. Automat Laundry. Harris. may8-lf S I--I"'OUIM s4/ert.e

completely unconcerned and'k mayl l-2tx Furniture for four-room apartment Utilities funwtod. '

disinterested. ute they crawled from their 426 Greene St. upstairs.may83tx. monthly Coyote ....
I 1941 Ford convertible coupe, su- 916 Wmdeer La e.FurnWKd. .
Several years ago an amateur sick beds revealed that MyrtildaI
per deluxe A-1 condition. Ap-
Einstein in our family undertook had not liked the dead brown ply :M-S. Ft. Taylor
For Sale Crane water 30-
: to figure out the probable yarE j color, of> the cellar mushrooms I may 11-51 -tank. Almost pump.$75. FOR RENT-COTTAQeS
dage of Myrtilda's tatting to date, !J tso had taken her basket outdoors gallon new.
but he got into staggering astro- j and picked some nice-looking 8-inch woodworking saw 1/3 xuiniili
Business for sale Bakery. al h, motor. $85. Call 408 Eliza- Small eotUge Utilities f
nomical figures and gave up in light-colored one from under the I p M9mfrylMfJ
j equipped. Priced right for quick beth St. 10-2tx Couple only Apply
bafflement. Everybody in Virginia trees the may
in yard. these unfortu- sale. Terms. Established busi- monton St
North and South Carolina I
natelv turning out to be an cx- j ness Husband transferred
has a dozen or more yards of her I tremelv poisonousanetv. 1I 5 rea- Howard upright piano. 20000. one-btetiuaai
son for selling Or will selluipment. new
lace For years they've used it Myrtle and Matilda promptly After 5pm. 44-2 Poinciana.
Phone 1473..1.maylO3t. tage near beach. Adult
on baby dresses, pillow cases. : threw Myrtilda out of the house. maylO-3tx only. No pets. The Price: Orftizatran.

handkerchiefs nightgowns. na- I cut her out of their wills and Realtors. 411 Fteflllf
.'- pery. doilies and sometimes, on : t.iejeafter picked their mush- Diven. easy chair, platform rocker
l' St Phone 124
all those things successively because i rooms personally. Three-piece bedroom suite See bookcase, smoking stand J
l-tugs- tit -MH
. - the main feature of Myra -! Mvrtitlda accepted the loss of Mr. Green, Navy Trailer Court. hassock and end table. After may u Y
tilda's tatting is its indestructibleness her White and United Streets. 44-2 Poinciana.
I inheritance with great calm i 5pm. i FOR RENT ;
just like her calm. t just as she accepted everything, may 10-31 maylO-3tx ;
I COTTAGES AND ROOMS! '
: .
Myrtilda was even serene in ; then and later, with great (
:: her girlhood: when she one time She married had five 'alro.l :NeW. and used trailers. Gulf 14' skiff, 5 h-p Champion deluxe
Stream Trailer Park. Completely furnished coMftft dF
i nearly perpetrated quadruple jand reared them with not a bit outboard motor, oars an-
ma-S-6tx large, c."OIRfOl'tMMe ........,
murder.
] fuss and bother bot-
more than people chor. 4' cast net. Glass :
Her hopeful and far-seeing nowadays have .housebreaking a I I tom bucket grains and pole and rooms in a quiet neigh
parents had named her for two pup. { LOST fishing tackle. A real bargain. Available at Young'sRest

elderly, rich maiden aunts, Myrtle I In 1910 her husband ran off $250 Takes all. Motor only 1721 Fbkgler Ave. or
and Matilda. Ladv's wallet. Bank. Finder 1172-J after 5pm. .....,11.
and the two old I with an actress and Myrtilda j[ in three months old. Phone 295-W.
ladies, flattered, topk the young i didn't turn a hair. "He'U probably I 1 please return wallet and keys. maylO-6tx .
girl under their moulting wings ) come back," she said quietly 1 Keep money 51-1 Poinciana. FOR RENT-ROOMS f.r.
made her their sole heiress and No questions asked. .
He did. in just four days, and I
Crib and mattress; mans ladys
welcomed her with delight for Aunt M>rtilda hasn't had mayll3txt Light housekeeping rooms & visits to their home, any and boy's bicycles; doll car- to $1500 week. 411 W..
a gloomyold trouble ,with him. since, and fur strol- per
edifice that had the distinc- ; thercmorc, has never mentioned t Black Puppy with white markings riage; tricycle; play pen; liam Street ]nay-tttsott
tion of i 2 months old with black ler; electric bottle sterilizer;
managing to look badly J his one slide from grace either to
haunted even in broad daylight. him or anyone else. and white harness. Answers to Sampson bridge table; ironing OVERSEAS HOTEL .

Actually nothing more horrible I i Most people who lead quiet name "Lassie." Phone 892-M. board; table lamp. Phone 917 Fleming Street

vvent on inside its walls than the lives have some means of out- (Louise Byrd). may 11-3tx 1091-R.. may10-2tx Weekly Rates .

cultivation of mushrooms in the i let for their libidos. They read $8.00 to $1000 without Bb .
cellar by the two old fungus- :blood and thunder and mystery | FOUND Solid mahogany Seth-Thomas $12.00 to $13.90IUl BUt
loving women. They adored chime clock. Telephone 740Rmayll6tx. .. ..tt
: stories, go to exciting movies, or n. auayl
mushrooms alone. It is a wonder listen to the louder and more horrific i Skiff. Owner may have same by .

"" .. they didn't have mushrooms !j programs on the radio. identifying R. A. Merkey. 1129 Clean light airy room Re sssl
bprouting from their ears and i Mj rtilda newer goes to the movies ': Fleming St. mayl13txACCOMMODATIONS For Sale-Almost new khaki 12] able rates. 513 Whitehead ep'

_. noses. never listens to the radio, x 12 tent. Come and see. Cheap polite COUIUW1otie. .

k' k One time. while Mvrtilda was j and whenever she reads anything : 408 Elizabeth St. may10-2tx. mayU.lJ..3U1
enjoying a pampered sojourn be- it is an old copy of Lavender and ---- -- -

neath the fond auntal roof she Old Lace or some dull novel by '!I Navy couple will hare lovely t

..was a handed a small basket and i the now forgotten Florence Barclay \i home. completely furnished, i Announcement
instructed to go down cellar and '|j, or the never well-known! with individual or couple . .

haul up some mushrooms for sup- Victoria Cross phone 1164-W. 1319 Tele-I

per. During the night Aunts ],! Most people like Mvrtilda are I may II The Key West Floor Covering Company :

Myrtle and Matilda and the two ('rroitroith a great deal of 132 DUVAL
.house servants were seized with Vitelligencc because they look !; STORAGERed I STREET PHONE US*

Violent pains simultaneously. be- wise but keep their mouths shut. Has Just Keen
came steadily worse, and the jawsof "Still water you know. pcoule tare Brick Storage Co, Furnitureor i I .l plsoiltecl

Destiny began to slowly clampdown apt to ay sagely M) tilth: commercial. Phone 789. I j t Exclusive Distributor
on them ,'1 docsn look swiss' at alL In fa 1 I 1 maylltIMISCELLANEOUS j in Key West
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The doctor. hastily summoned her face has no expression at all
Pried Destiny'.a jaws open pump- ; She is j baffling '"omaa.Edirne. I I II I for '

ed out four poisoned stomachs : _____ ___ t

and announced the cause of all 1 Turkey wa formerly Washers irons, vacuums and "Kentile"
the disturbance was mushrooms known as Trapczus and as Trebi- fans repaired. OBnai.t Phone ASPHALT TILE
not neglecting to add that he had zond. : 1164-M may 1-tf I I
long prophesized ouch a calamityto -- i Makers of the Fittest Blended Colors, r

a houshold that practicallylived During the past century the For guaranteed plumbing and re- '! j i Including WHITE and BLUE

on the foul growths. ,, surface of Great Salt Lake has pairs. Free estimate. Call .

An investigation, instituted by undergone changes in elevation John Curry 512 Margaret SUJ CALL US for FREE ESTIMATE HIJ
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.; .. Motor -Court . TROPiCAL TRADER ............................................. ........ ........ ................... ...............!!........... 5 ,.
718 DUVAL\ STREET PHONE 1000 :. .. -- .; f
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909 Simontou St. :. : 0 JTf Tr Ic Fr'-pipJ. "! wg REPAIR m : :. POOR OLD CRAIGService .
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:: .' .Ownership.Management . Nice; Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS .. *. w E SELL IT i :l:
.t 0 :., of BENNY FERNANDEZ :: :; Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : : s) We.-Wfll"Call For mod Deliver : WHITE STAR : :: StationJ. .: "lit
2 Serving . : : SE>; OUR : ; t// M ***** Experience in Electrical Work : PHONE IlK :
BRADY.
,. Electrical I : CLEANERS H. Manager
,, : URNEACHEKFAONsT. 8 lo 11 : : SHOWING.of Appliancesi : :. :
,._' .L 11:30 to. 2 .: .......0................-.._:.............'.... ....tt.. : 211 Duval Street : Marco M.....Jr., Prop. : : Fraud and Division StreetsTirra 0 : ,
:. DINNER. to 8:30 ::. :..................................*........... .:. : ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41PRITCHARD : 701 DUVAL STREET : TntM* Batteries. Auto Accessories. [ : 1 ;:.
: .. S22 SIMONTON STREET and GASOLINE Deal {
PURE OIL e
j The Best of Steak . : ...... .......: ... Tour. . .. ....................... .
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I .. Short OrdersSandwichesAt .. HOME 'SUNDRY STORE ; ......................' S..................... Dry Cleaning; 0 ............................................. 0 a
All,Hours "
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1 .. I 1207. DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. S .: and Pressing24HOUH : ; AND : :
AUTO
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; Try Our Frozen H RUSSELL'S .,
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:; I TROPICAL. Tour Patronage Invited ; SERVICE TONY'S
DRINKS
;. : : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP J I
er ; Open.Dally and ; :rt "Ice FUNERAL : : :
Sunday ; 'Cream Proprietary MedicineSick : : Delivery Service
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: 8 A.M. to Midnighteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee; : DRY GOODS 60 .OS GREENE STREET I
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SUITS for MENand
.. -. '::' Toilet Room Preparations Supplies -School and Article Supplies Ja : .: HOME I: :: 1106 OLIVIA STREET .: WOMEN j Aulo( Painting S45( to S55 :: i'

: ................... *............................. : .. Made I I -Measiire I : .

_; ..................... ................................................. Let Those Serve : : PHONE 373 : PHONE 282 5 BODY and FENDER REPAIRS :
o : : : Who Serve Best Specializing ...................... ..............e............................a*
GOMEZ : MUMFORD' and ROSS : : : : : .:............................................ ,
: : ._ : WE HAVE NEVER : : in c.................c...
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: DUVAI. STREET BEAUTY
FURNITURE CO. Exclusive: Monroe County Distributor* /orCarrier ; : BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST WO!. : i Women's. andChildren's i i .S CAROLYN SIIOPPE .,.I,
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720 DUVAL STREET ; : AirConditioningfor : : : : : LOPEZ : Overseas Hotel 313 Fleming St. ,1
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Jmenile Furniture .. : Ambulance Service : : : : : :. .F.. DONALD BARBER :, ..
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Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : ... We Specialize la
k .' HOUSEHOLD : Telephone J Funeral I Service :
J33 -- PHONES .
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: FURNITURE ...".............?-...........*.............1150."'s", : Hen Sleeps .: Apparel : .: Established 1885 : Scalp,Treatments Hair:Dyeing .

.: Plastic Inlaid Breadfelt CongoleumAxminsUr .................................................... .:............................................i................................eve...*. : Licensed Funeral ,. :i...Phone......175........atLrvraa.....lYail14aa1.. ..Of..I'I BELIEF.T....:.B:11&na.:.........

: RADIOS : Electric : : : Directors and .............................................
,. and BOTPOINT J); : ,.
R. J A MYERS 1
: ,. Embaliiiers24Hour : STELL'S BEAUTY NOOK f -- !! : '\
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.. Appliances"Terms .: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances ScientificBeauty Culture ..
: Arran 9ed- : Washing Machines for Immediate Delivery : : Licensed : : : ; in All BranchesThoroughly - ;
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OPEN TILL 3.00 P.M. ; ; Ambulance Experienced :
i :. MON. and'SAT. : HOME APPLIANCE i PAINTIN'G' Contractor j Service : Operator* :
...... 60 s SIMONTON STHEET PHONE 11 : Soft Water Us d Exclusively. :
eeee S eeeeeeeee ................................................ FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED. : Z* : Phone 135 : ': Phone 637 536 Fleming St. /

................................................. Telephone, 9127. 114 Duval Street.Jefferson Hotel Night 696 ......................................../...... .
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: PRICE TOURS : : Key West Garden & Lawn Supply I : : When You Want FASTER BETTER ....................... : Former Customers. Friends and the Public Invited *

: : : SIC FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 : : FLOOR SANDING ., Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS I . ,. Frances Beauty Salon 5

: PassengerRepresentatives! : i Full PET SUPPLY Line it: On Old dewFloon-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE 1010 Frances CRINNELL Park.' Owner STREET :: j

: farFLORIDA :: .: Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line :: :: Guaranteed Work- Modern MethodsJ. .: ,. Beauty Culture in all Its. Phase \
: : TREVOR CONCH SHELLS Treatments !
: DOUGLAS Permanents Scalp
EAST Courteous Service and : .
Delivery :
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:' ....'........................... ................: : 1129[* Harris A>cnue Phone 1374-R Facials Shampoo -Manicuring
: COAST RAILWAY .: .. .......................................... ; ; .................For...Appointment.........Phone.....1391..........?
.. Hew Looted Next : .................................................i 0 .............................................. COCOANUTS_ :... .. .. .: ..* "

DR. COBO'S i i Save on dwellings.20%' Fire Insurance ij r. ,i11ilUscA iil :Marl and Top Soil S SPONGES Marion's CAS HUESO A CAYO .- .i, .

OFFICE ; mere a n t i 1 b T INSURING with : TOP SOIL.SssO I'ER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK ; ; BEAUTY SALON J : ,.
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bldgshouse. : : MARL HAULED.$ .00 for 4 YARDS : Will Snip to Any Porto : "Southernmost House In l/JSJL ; -
: RAM riXMINO of: La Coacha STREET Hotel :: :: sonar and'effects.per Atlantic Mutual I Fire Insurance Co.' :- .: "A!l&oLofiCleaVe:; *anaMarl read-Vary Reasonable / u.s. or Canada : 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314"Expert -- .-,1, :: .: I 1

: Save 15% onMercantile All Policies Non-Asauabl : : Marcy S. Palacio : : Hair Tinting Hair CUtting... t .. I
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.... I-_: y. >PHONE. .124 :.. .,r J. L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674 S 5- G" 1VECH 1021 Olivia St. 401 South Street Personalized. aciaIaSlyliDg //0" : U
..5.........;......... : Stock :. : PHONE 801 : : Corechve .J
.. ......................................... .. ........................... : KEY WEST. FLORIDA : : Exclusive but Not Expensive . : .. l j ,
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..................... .................................................. .n............................................ ......................... ................................For...More.....Net.....; f : .
COFFEE SHOP :

:. Hide the Bus to the .:, :: B. & B. CYCLE SHOP ;: :: JEFFERSON IIS D VAL STREET : REAL ESTATE i: : *: oral Hair or Finest Tinting : !;

: GOLF COURSE 822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 .. : Open Daily toan 1d Sunday, :: : Sales 2: : in Waves Permanent. . : f
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: .:. ': Cusliman I Motor\ Scooters : SERVING 5 P.M. linncrsAlso 4.A.M.- : :: Appraisals Leases :: :: Beauty :: ;

: : Sales and Service Immediate DeliveryBICYCLE : COMPLETE .: : RentalsManagement : : :
and Sandwiches
A La Carte
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.. t T8""" Rental Service ........-.......REASONABLE............PRICES................... ;: .: 521 Southard :
: ; : .)Ruddy Seals ...ee........................................ : Properties Improved in and Ker Vacant Weal 2: w Street
TAKE ,. ; : : and Monroe CouatrJ. : Next to Southernmost :
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BUS _Parking 1 Flags r INSURANCE S Beauty
!f0. I : OTTO JKIRCIIHEINER School :
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to the : > All Licensed i
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BONDS
GOLF : : FIRE WIND AUTO : ; BeauticiansSpecializing : t
.. WN1CS : s. Foolresls I ,J .. ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : ; REALTOR I ; 3 inMost
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411 Fleming Street 2 Modern
: :: : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and : : Key West I nsurance C. : SIS Whitehead Street ;: Phase of :; I
Have FUJI! : : :
: STFJiLCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : : lit SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 ; : Phones 124 and 738-R Beauty Culture ; j t

KEY WEST COLF CLUB ..............................................: : Directly in Front of Postoffice : .:.....................,e .......Telephone......... 206 Appointment..............:
.....................: ................................................ ........................................................................................... .555555555555555555S.i ............55555555555555555555555555 SE HABLA ESPANOL I i

,:.....ee...............;. ; BICYCLES.I i ::: BEAUTIFYYour I :: : INSURANCE :: :i. GoodWork-LowPrices : I
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Daily between 9:30 AJ4.and 3:30P.M :
WASHING MACHINE FOR SALE : : : : : : D G
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Entire Horse with Appointments acceptedfrom
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: OFFICE : public by Senior Students of rt
RepairingMECHANICS Satisfied 1. : INLAID LINOLEUM : 521 SOUTILVRD : : TheSouthernmost "9' l\ : '
920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : -
; STREET : ; "
: . .' S OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE or ASPHALT TILE i Opposite Bus i Station i School i '

Not Salesmen ............................................. EXPERTLY INSTALLED : S : of Beauty Culture : :
......................................... ...: : PHONE NO. 1 ;
e Factory Trained Methodsby Men . : : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTUIATEKey : : : 523 Southard Street \ /1/J :
!Ii DRUM BAR an. .
EASY- ABC. MAYTAG West : : ":- THE- ; ; There are a number available; with over 800 hours.
KENMORE SPEED : of state approved instruction who know the latest :
; PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : : phases in beauty culture These student beauticians
: QUEEN and Others ; : PorterAllenCompany
PHONE 9112 : under -
: 825 DIVISION STREET expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
While Wringer Roll ; ; "We Deliver"- : : Floor Covering C. : : beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although :
appointments not
are required it is advisable :
!i :. TRADERS .Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : : : :. ;: For Appointment
THE ; 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORITA J"eeeeeeeeeeee PONE

4' .: 130 Dun Street ......Packaged...........Goods....... ::::.....:.::::::::::::::::::::............ .:......................i .......523..,.SOUTHARD..e........ST....,.or..........537........: \I
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: PHONE 1431 .......... . ....... .... .......
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.......................... RL'IE.'IBEHVh.rc"E: i..".."........... 1; ': RADIO S You BUY \OUK 1LVD10 :: :: May Clearance Sale I :: COWBOY & SONS :

1I'bcaYoaCo It tTakcoARadiowaU.t UC1)airlt..Why :

: Food Shopping : Not Buy It From A Radioman . and . : :: Regular $12.95 Values 10.95 : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager ;

:: Be Sure to Cet . ,.sil'.'.1: ASSURE YOURSELF of ; : MLiM\ S I PANTS Regular $10.95 Values $7.95 ; : PHONE 503RLANDSCAPING


I 4 Ii d/oedw (! :: ; SERVICE Ladies'KulitV:::: : COAT DRESSES> SUI1S Greatly H i\-PKK.K:Kcduccd: : ;l ; I I

t 24- our Radio : : Just .frrared-r'IIITE' IKLSSES: : I ,

: r : : /tr (,RI.D.'I.TIU. ; Essential Beaulijicullun I
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BREAD II
: ENRICHED e Service Table Cloths ,
.Plastic ,
.Curtains
V. le Repair .Couch CoTers'-
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and Aprons .SUTerware .Radios .Electric Irons Tree Surgery-Tree Removal .
1 i I r,.. Foundation oj Today''s : \\ & "Convenient Terms Arranged" ; I

I. i Meal PlanningfARALDO .I I sMusicCo. HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO. Hauling -Marl -Sand -Soil 1 & Rock : :I

w Have : TELEPHONE 1512 : Excavating by the Cubic Yard : I
. PHONE The Latest 522 Southard Street Near Corner Angela St. ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN :
-. : ...a.-" xu HIT PHONE 1081 707 WHITEHEAD STREET......................S ............................................. I
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I OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS,. Ftt&T PRIMARY ..: "' a I' OW .. ow: .\i 1:'J,,.",_< .. )..-1.-.;r ,.". 1r:' a' -


(DEMOCRATIC ELECTION HELD MAT 4. 18481): % CAHDmATES- ;., r. S i: .r'.. [ : It a;' it j-t ,.. i : >!>'. .a w


Tidal Vole Cast for Eah Candidate Preeinets ami By Absentee Ballot! *. A* Supplied By Canvas ib gg BoardI Fos Kembu..acbooI BoucL -' .. -.., .' \ \ ill -

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A1 JULIO CABANAS nL,....._____. 641 296 3Q3 4iii4\ :37, 103 ... I..
r: a a a J ISADORE WEINTRAUB _____ 2U 301 liS 279 158 ; U 110 JFor IIn
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i ,. ::1.l: !t !i ; I ,, &; EDDIE SWEEING T --........_ 11' M 1S8 313 132 23 1S9 ItH ,,. .

.. ULLIAN TINGLER . ___ 133 1013 9i US W. Iti. sa 811 S j Ml .

D.au.ctatk aUoaal .,. .
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AUSEnT ABBOTT = .21 26. 2& 38 21 5 ,27 131 '. Q 133UtA Group Two" .;: A ;
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ABBaIT h ___ '11 -6' .6 ; .3'''' .14 t' { 7 :-5.;; ::51. 0 r?I LEO J. ADEEB ___ .... __ ._ ::3: 41 35 52 28 . 24 2a t 8.1
ALIIFJtTAIIIIOUD _...:..... .,.5. .r ." 8. 3. 4 6. ."-. .1 ', 2" ... %9 I. 29. HELEN HUNT WEST.. ---- _- 4V ;2 '$1' - 89'---98' T28 :r 2 44)1) 1 4S

. JOSEPII R. Au.sDPP r...... ;' } s. l n 11 .:?' .3 ? ,55 "Q 55; .'
JAMES IIERBERT ANDREWS t .t.7 9 10 .8 9 S' 53' Q sal For Pr.aidentia4 tJectot. : ..4JOIIN 4
ALBERT E. HAnRS ____ 5 .13 1 1 2 0 .. 4' ., 26" Q 28ILU4TON Group TbzN .. : -
. BRAD8URY yt 0 2 ;; 1 1 ': I. ,3 ..... u < 0 15 JACKSON ___ o. 41 SO 43 66 3-4' 39 m I IS
I IotURfU8 Y. BROWN __ ;Ii (5 ... 1 6 4. 0' ::5 27 Q Zi J. T. SMITH, JR. __. _.,. _____ 36 42 41 51 :50 It. ,2. )II. 1 WI .
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. "AUL BROWN .':___ : 4 : 13 11 22 10' 4 12 .1/i/ 0 7e iii
' JERRY W. CARTER _._ 50 -U 47. 18 4a' ':9 Z3 321 1 322,, For Presidential Elec: M. .'f' >:4Group. -

J. r. 11 I )PASS ______. 3 Q Q 1 2 2 ; I 9 0 1. t'' Fiye ", F\
SAM FOOR _._ 3 0 0 4 .1. 0 '3 11 0 11.1 1GPORCE LOUIS M. ANDERSON ____. 38 47 35 58 ri 1: 40 244. I 811It
: A. LANE .:: 2 4 5 10 'Z 1 :2: 31 0 3fAlt11IUR A. 1... PHILLIPS . ___ __ 30 2a 33 3-1 53 14 Ie 3'4' f --WI tt
; M. JdarCARTIlY . 4 2.\" 22 26 26 23 .8 13 137 1 138JAu1:1 RAY SELDDr ___ ._ __ 21 25: IJ n 21 it-- 3 III IR J

WIlITEIIURST _ 3 ii 2 ; 8 .6 5 2. 32 0 32F.t f. tf
For Presidential E1eetor. ,<
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O'.ic . ' WILLIAM L: COATS 35 38 40 CO G6 :5 31 311 I 0

t UJL41 =itt.-W.maa(NEIL) ALFORD 22 29 12 26 1 ' 'Z !;6 ii9. 0 119 .JOHN EPPERSON, JR.. 41 53 35 51 49. 28 J 31 211 WI :

JOSEJ"UlHE v noonl . 21 19.: 23 20 U ,6 t6 121 0 In I ,.. .. .
I For Presidential Eleef.r.G f "
I JOYCE Jot BUTt.ER a l8. 12 19 ,23'B ;-7 3 0 .93! Senn' .* : 'J' .-: '. J
MRS WALTER It CLARK J.t n ,11 21 24 .6 )JS 1 2 110I t
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CLYDE W. ATKINSON ..__. 43 So 49 I. 8/ 2 M
I RUBYE F. CILWOLY . 4. (11 .7 .9. .6 ,3 'W SO 0 50 W. F. WILKINSO :. ___ .G. 26 :. .I' .," 22. 2S 344 d 'N :'
';I ?MARY MOORE (MRS. T. V..r) ; 31. .. 39. 22- 6j. 40.'. ." 4o t;,: j5 282 1 283.. -:- r :

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r_ ao..ncw ? : .I r.. < . T Croup Eight' .; ; ,- tti -:. :' \ ": -
r.'O.OOCAKlN 'I'Z ; '4 -' 6' 4 l' ; ,6. '.44' 0 44 : 13 G 15 3-1"
.. CLARENCE N. GUIRE: 32 34 -it -t e.
RICIIARD It COOPER -. f 12 . 5': 2 ,3:;, 5.. I .::0 2a % FRANK W. HAZELWN S 46 .!t .... n :2'" .0: ..244 _
'"' 276'-327 155; '. _A d L un S 81 :>
I COLIN ENGUSH .. --- :w3' 233 4 :3 I
BtRNARR: MxFADDEN IS ) IS 4 10 6 1 .J S5 0 For Delegate National Dethictatic .. ' v. ;. : ..

DAN MARTY -- 111, m. C8 1:8: .9$ . -u .61 8o9 5 :14, COIIye.tiaa-StMe at Large.-44.n .t ;.' :4' 1)
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BASIL 11 rr: NORMAN STEPHEN STONE.J R. -4.3. 50 3i! 51 1.1 21 41 3M J' x_
W. A. (BILU) SHANDS 121 72 11 93 p29. :n 3d 396 Q 39tH GEORGE H. GOEBLE _. 73 IO 6.9 IP .$1 1} 'i 4. J _
FULLER WARREN .-?. 3-13 246 In 273 132 .w 9S 13:0 I 131 i DR. WARREN E. ANDERSON 37 U' 27 a-t ;7' 14 35 I ttt 1 eSfll
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J."TO' WATSON ;'8S' 5'1 40 50 34 15 tS 299 0. 2291F. GEORGE H. ASBELL 32 30 20 :2 41t 12 36" 391 + 111r ...

.. FRED P. CONE ._ 36 -n 2a 32 40 }I5 3: 2f.4 0(1&-(
.. At....., Ce.-al \ : : I EARLS W. DAY __ __ 33 28 19 13 12 .15 24 JoA Ni

L'GltADY BURTON 'II 100 i2 .':9 49 23. .39 433 It 43: E. n. DONNELL _,.......__ U 15 1 S8 Ii H l' ,96' 1 ., t 4
r. GUY CREWS 86 64 87 el :II ;'4 31 400 1 4011RICIIAW CARL HANTON .: 19! 15 .9 15' i6 ,9 :1 F. 111
W. (DICK) ERVIN 118 121 C9 1ST; lW 12 121 77G 3 774iIWC11 FRANK O. TAYLOR, JU. ..-.... - l' 20 1 1Q 31 Ii - -2 Ii .. '1 ....

L lcARTlIUR -- ..-- 5Z M 42 54 52' 14 16 y89 0 289. FRANK D UPCHURCH ___ __ 22 11 -t: iA tQ l f 15 I>.>

WILLIAM V. t1LBURY :- . 17' lii6 "13.0 lG'l 1)7 E5 :} 834 8 8I
,, : r.t State ComptnUer : . I HOLMES L. ALLEN .:____: 33 42 34 .3 -4a 22 36 ..-
EDWIN: G. FRASER .. -__ 200 1':1154 1'i3 M .43, 75 JUS 1 916, ROBERT H. ANDERSON 013 43 34 SS 49, U 31 2ft J WI.
C. U. CAY. ...--. --- 200 290' 170 323. laG U 123 1448 1 Hi5: : U. S. ANDREWS ___ 40 30 23 41 39 20 :30 3W 4 WS b.
II._/ LEE: . .- so 38 .:60 ;;::0 U 21 :53 1 253 t CHARLES S. AUSLEY _ __ 43 44 39 59 40) 18 i 17 214 2.>twfl. t'

IL BASKIN _. ___ 36 :3" .1) 11 1. 22 'if 1 tr
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r. ltate TtwurerL : t .: 'WESLEY C. BELCH 2G 2S 22 n ;S 14. 18 IN 2 . a.
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T. (DOC CARLISLE . 50 56 .58 ;.1 3 .3O 2 I AL B. BLOCK 29 32 11
J. EDWIN LARSON ..-.- .. '. .2)9) 2C2 ..1 309 184. -71. 123 1358 7 1365a ROBERT C BROWN .. __. ._ Sol 23 13 27 15 i2 I i )Ii 'Z .d..
MILLARD F. CALDWELL ...3& ; 64 42 10 S4 31 .21 349 I W Da
.1"" State au..teDdeDt .. ',_I -." + c ' } DOYLE E. CARLTON . _h 23- 37 29' -IS :9 23 182M' WI

t .r hWic IMtnIctioa : .. I >' SINCLAIR EATON __ __ ::7 13 11. 13 :0 .5 S i ", It .,t
TOM D. BAILEY .- -- 197 215 H9 2.12 167 42 i7 1130 2 nn.. JOE HENDRICKS 13- 32 Ii 39 :1' ? 13 Jl 1 1 IS
t kOBERT 0 DOLLEY . 98. E9 74 101 4i 29 5-4 493: 4 v '496 JOHN W. 1... lUCKS ." lZ 15 11 .J! 13. II) .3 ei S N w...
ItQntRT: C MARSHALL -- . tl .47 40 S2 4i 29 .28 :reI 2 W. E. KITE SR.- :. . 'Ii lQ .3 3 ;,05 ''8 '3 a I 44
283i I 18 .19 10 13 U 9 7 lid r=:; C.enmiu'oa.r' .1 A riculiuz. i i: JAMES, WM. F.MORRISON'MATTHEWS" _. __ .7.'i 1tJ .12....... ..,. i2t h . '9. .8 .... P. ''I .. rv

NATHAN MAYO 17. 318 237' 337 193 99 H2 1591 G 1597 r J. nARDIN PETERSON 11 14 18 21 24 .8 '1 "' 1IIENRY l'L

AMMON MrCLELLAN .. .52 M 31 q-:1 60 If 30 316 1. c. TU.I.MAN 13 .16 .14. 12 11 -8 . 3 J W ..tuJ.
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3.111r. B. (BUCK) VOCELLE 11 11 'Z .U 11 1'.1' 16 3 "IS I U

.. IW1nacI u4 Public UIWtIesr t IRVIN WALDEN 13 11 11 10 18/ S 4 4 W _" ::

CeIaalaaloMr ...
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LEX GREEN .- __ 1" 2cn 214 2C7 lU 23 8' 1103 6 1109 For Delegate National Democratic , ': ., : ..

IUCIIAftD (DICK) MACK -- 136, 175 83 160 133 79 81 8S9 1 860 CoaYeatio--.s.ate at Lute ,,. ; ".".' . M
_Women 'i.
rer C1rw J.u'2; ...... MRS I J. D. ALDERMAN 29 31 2S 32 33 11 :4 14)6) 9 S' *' .M
Hila Judiciot Circylt Cnup I '. : ;. : MRS LENA BIRD . 2-1 30( IS +?6 39 16 31 M8+ . ..
MRS. LILLIE H. DOWDA U 22 10 :3 19 .S 24 .. ..
ROBERT IL G1VENS. JR. liG m 160 :97 lOG 19
- 41 1012 0 1012
t MRS GAYLE HARMAN ._ IS 21 14 22 b 10 25 )ti S ,
WILLIAM A. UERIN 109 39 .6 55
21
--- ,101 CS .69 0 469
17 25 11 20 26 13 22 )M 9. W .
MARY D SULLIVAN
JOHN D MARSH 12 .10 10 12 11 c:9
-- -- - 16 22 0 831
WlLUAMS 239 >. MRS MILDRED TAYLOR __ Ii :1 h, 17 32 20 18 .116 1M
ROSS 214 1-11
228 149 47
----y 70 1085 4 10811rot
t HORTENSE K, WELLS 17 2J 13 i9 28 9 U )1& 1W
MRS. J. R. ASBELL 27 15 U tZ 56 21 26 ti4 I WI w.
C1m< Judg. : ; HELEN H. BARRS. 2t 44 2G U 61 18 19 Wi I 1811 !It
una Jucliclal CUcult. Crovp 7 .. ; : I 5IRS. ELGIN BAYLESS 25 50 2. 41 59 29 n 216 I" j
AqUILINO LOPEZ. JR. -- _.. .en 446 268 547 234 9' 2. 27 .h
I HELEN S. BAYNARD _ 44 U $0 53 20 2" I S
JOSEI"II OTTO 289 291 335 232 10.7 16 !6' le-t 3 1267'
MRS. WALTER. PRICE BEVIS 24 41 21 45 f3 24 'U 2-1-9 1 WIMRS.
JOHN 1 II. YATES ._ -.J3 33 27" 49 3:9 16 250 0 2501 -
AGNES BREIC 27:1 21 34 29 12 24 114 J ..
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. '., I MYRTlE a. BROWN 23:1'1: 22 x I 39 17 29) liJ 3 Me n
F.t Sta. AUonae 1 MRS EVANS CRARY - 16 31 15 4 2$ 23 13 Nt 2 I. B''

11th. JucIicIal C1m&1t _- ; .. HALLIE M. WLlNG 2Z 38 U H 50 24 1T .... I _+
GLENN C MINCER 249 153 209 296 1G8 84 149 1403 1 1-109 HAYDEN HARRISS (Mrs. n.M.9 16 -9 16 2-1 :7 .. I't' .1 f KUw
WEDSTEK 0. (tilED) WALLACE 311! 2-8 143 249 133 33 44" U6 1 11661r : MARGARET MASON 14 :S fO 22 as IS 'I 141 J W. !

EDNA PEARCE Ii 30 \\i ;. : }13 I 148 x .4t
. t .pnMDtat1.. L.glslaut I MRS. JOHN PUGH rZ 13 16 1'6 1 ti 16 10 164WILI.A :! *
.. BUN IE C. PAPY -. 184 0&61 432 tiC 1 243 i3' 148 2737 'i 27014 t JAE-STEERMAN 11 11 ,9; = 4 n 3 8 16 Z Q 1 ,
MILTON A. PARRotT 112. $ 41 tI7. .31 . ...? ))6 330 0 330 LUCILE C. TALLY 10 .29 t6 Z J 21. 5 I t.. 11'i '% pi ( t

1 TOM O. WATKINS --- _. 25a 3Q.1. 14' 286 IS' 65 l 5 1300 0 13OQ:: . .. (.,

I J ; Fw Delegilte nAtional Dell1ocrat1c: ..- .
F. Sh.Uf. Connatioa--Cth Congressional NDistrictMen .
, FILED O. EBEJUIARDT .. 135 156 88 297 162 40 20 4-18 0 748 : S J : ...

RAFAEL 11. FERRER 42 16 1 U 1 "6' too 0 1021 C. A. H. JORDAN -,- 23 wi 22 Zii 3Q ';9 24 lid .

ALTON B. (Dutch) GOEJIRINC 73 91 41 eo 4.> 2 'r 311 0 3n' J. 1\1. CHRISTIANSL"i l' ;22 9 3+ ,_ 32 12 21 lot :; tiTHOS.
EVERETT R. RIVAS .3 .S 6 106 68 -9 .5 .373 0 373, S (TOM) FERGUS20 ::10 as 31 40 22 1'Z'' 161 .. !II

IIrnUN A. SAWYER 789 434 322 371 14'" 43 lad 22\18\ 4 211 AL GALBUT . t'."' ;-- '- 3 .3 ;4 .6 a 1 J H .
I JOHN M SI'OTTSWOOD 306 2,5 163 336 7S 70 14-4 13,15 4 13591 1. RAYMOND O'STEEN 4 4 J ,:1 4 '3 3 21 : ti
1 1 6 5 's 01 to.
I. i MAX M SINGER 31 8
r. a.rk. C1rcu1t Court '
FRED C. SPECHT 3 _2 0 .3 .4 3 0 13 .
EARL R. ADAMS 869 uFor
I 579 4.51 683 329 .80 165 3156 5 31611
FRANK BENTLEY 191 190 llS 1:3:: 82 42 59 863 8 81,81rot : Delegate National Democratic ; P

,. CODnntion-4th Congressional Y
County Commlulowr
II
! Distrw\-Women: .
! District I
JOE ALLEN ........:.. 469 FLORENCE C. BLAKELY 4.1 32 U 37 42 7 40 216 1
385
233 448 134 21 9" 1901 4 1911 MARIE E. B."LFE (MRS.) 16 33 26 20 20 19 19 Mil :
J. 0Tr0 KIRCIUlEINER ._ 260 1" 138 lG5 78 41 56 932 3 935 I BESSIE F. DUVALL 23 43 32 6S. 4d 33 U -. 1N fl
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C. (SUGAR SWEETING -
i ) :01' 122 12- li8 I'll 33 .53 893 0 893, .. I

; rew County CollUDluloMr For Justice: of the t'eace.: .- .
I IWIWAU First District
Otrkt s
IRA F. ALBURY ------- 376 3)2: S34
G. CURRY ._ .
HARRY HARRIS -- 149 K 194& 129 54 4 38 574 Q 574t PAUL BOYSEN %00.0 :' iS' =
n 297 258
168 239 89 16 146 5
.10& JOHNSON 2SG 103 .
IDfEY B. PARKER -- 141 132 197 88 4 18 8 834 Fv CODSt&bIe. Fir.-t District
W. --- 62 48 Gi 83 39 8 H 400 0 -100 HAUL A. CARBONELL _ 130. 2e9 Q '' .
A. PARRISH -
----- 82 110 54 104 it; 134 14' S96 I 597 CARL J. INGRAHAM __ __ -on JUt 91 2&1 W
HARRY H. JOHNSON . 3.16 200 S '
tot CI rk. Criminal Court .. I -- Stu 1
C. (FLONEY) PELLICIER 106 117 C
o1 R.c.rdC I 't r .
SAM B. CURRY BENJAMIN J. (BENNIE) PIERCE 4'l 12 .,"' ; :
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HARRY DONGO ._ _--- 20t'lO6 1" 89 197 121 5.s 113 957 1 958 BERNARD H. WAITS _- 16 99 ..... \ "_ :!Ii' _
57t
476
634 2i9 41 111 828 3 2829

F. JuyeD11e JudgeD For Justlce of the Peace ,

,\VID McCURDY .__ 1" I Second District "
FRANK O. ROBERTS 184 109 241 158 32 30 943 2 9.13 MYRTLAND GATES -. 2&0 :29 150 739 J i
341 318 214 350 J8S.. 59 1S4 2721' 3 1721r. ROY HAMLIN -... 3tiJ 271 133 H6 1 J
... County Snp.tint.nd.nt.i EUGENE (COFFEE) SANCHEZ 194 126 33 3rlZ Ii

Public wtructioaWII.LARD SAMUEL R. SILBERMAN 66 56 53 ns. '"

HORACE O'BRYANT M. ALBURY _.. ---.. 573 219 211 436 361 153 249 542 105 56 149 7. Ulg- 1 1096 For Con tabl.. Secoed District r ..

KELVIN E. RUSSELL --- 200 In 91 155 268 69 23a 5 :39:: JOSE ESPINOSA .___ 116 :93 158 IH7 1 ...
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45 1ft 1 780 CHARLES G PAPY --- 232 fn 147 *{ tJc

For Member School .ud.. .
Second District .... For Justfe. of the P'we' "
GERALD 11. ADAMS Third District .' __ ,.
-- 333 329 247 .375 2.8. s .
ALLAN L 1LU1PTON _, 3 62 90 1674 0 167-1 E. R (DOC) LOWE ___ ';8 210 2e8 Q' .
t ; ZJ43i 188 294 64 2' U 1100 ..
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)0" :-The Weather' .a si 'GI r4t
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-' D & : :I' D" e1 FORECAST'
. ::1 ::1 ., !a'! :l :f'7 r: .- tt. : AP. rwwiTvarvrct
- r. c..tabIe. TIab4 .tfkt I Key West! and Vicinity: : Partly : t.tr+ Thousands of children are becoming seasoned '
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F | ; the current gk.age. Pictured here are
wi.u.uaJNDER, i12 9'l 0 91 t ieatplx tun today fOIight'nd* : young e
.. .... ,887 201 over the world: photographed in New York on
283 0 288s '
tdaescby, Moderate ,easterly .
I clipper planes'to orom"farawdr'places.k

, 1h.Oel. I REPUBLICANS: ; I winds Florida:: Partly cloudy today,, !

: . I top,tl kt sad Wednesday. Showers
I
oyez northeast portion this morn- r s
...... HaUeuI c..aUo. .. t. = a

-- -. ". . ,, 'j East-Culf: Gentle ta moderate* \
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AUtftT ' Y .
M. -
-- ItAU1LTON A.CLA IlAUER>uc . .o. .._ 1 '-. ...0_. _.0.--1.Q...___. ....(). ,. i"' 2 .:. ,' Q 2,winds variable over south por- f' x -1.1a
'uu 1 0 0 0 Q 1 0 .a..Q 2. tkw ( <
WDLEY E. GARRISON .. t' .. : and; easterly over north portion -
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I.YL& D. IIOLCO AIII-- 2 J 0 1 0 0 0 ; 4.. , O. .t, today becoming moderate! .
_--_ .' 0 q. 0 f;, 0 . .0, .tr 1 ;n al "" . -0 southeasterly tonight and Wednesday. .

Pn D.I.. .sw!HsU.sd Cea..Uo. : .. __ .___ _. .-=-...::......,. -.-::.. .._ ... ., _.:.. 11'over north. Cloudy portion with this morning showers 'S 1,
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Jt1SLt'IIINE A. BROOKS .. ''''r'f.: ' ', partly cloudy this afternoon, to- f
J 2' 0 0' 1 0 : Q 4 Q" night and Wednesday.
MILDRED C. JOIlHSTON ___ '_ I 8 0 o. e .... I 0- 2 0. % .Jacksonville Through'the Florida ; .
IAJUISE
OUISTED -
_ 1 1 0 1. 1 . i.. ,0 Q. ...; 4 0 -Ii Straits: Gentle to moderate

i r.. G.enwae ,. winds,. variable over south portion '

Hunt BERT LEE L. COGDILL ACKER ..._ '. ,t. .t1;,1..1..1-.1J -.... 0 o. 0 f( 1 &&l 1 and today easterly and tonigbt over north becomingmoderate portion T ri D l !

I > .' 1 1 0 f 1. 1 5. 0 5rat southeasterly Wednes

.. day. Partly cloudy weather.No --' ... __ \ .
i 0....a.. N.U..sl c..tIo I small craft or storm wanting u ':-

-/dale : .. .. have. been issued. JACQUELINE PETIT-Brussels| JENNIFER. JONES-Canada ROSIE Y
u N. Rtml ... __ 1i 0 0 o ,0 Q'f--: 1 0 11! -- 1
JAMIE MUEDrrU __ 0 1 Q 0 l' 0 O..j.! 2..O Report : : 1t

M.IJUHC'AH IIELD .. 0 I 0 O. 1. 0 Q'2; ... O. 2ALKX t
AKBRMAN, JR. _, 0 I 0 i I ,. .0. .. ..0 Q '. .... ;..% ,.0. . . . f Key West Fta.. May U. 1943
DAVID A. OOCGLAS _.. ._.' 2. .,' 10 0" O' 0..",. . C 0" ()! ..;.. %-- >4 8" ':. 2 (Observation taken at City Office. :
MILL I Il DftAt1Jt: ._ 0 .- 1. 0f I... ci 0; 0 2 ::0. 2It174RY {! 8:30 A31L. EST) ,
K. OIDSON _--__.. 4 1' ;' ;:, i 0 r.. 0 .. ', : a . 0 0 ;.S 0.: 5 Temperature- sit,. 1
E EA Ea Er
a.OEOlUlCCRJlTITU i.f 0 ... 1 .,: ., 0.: o' '0.. O. f. 0 I. .. 0. : -.1 1 Highest yesterday 831,
.L LEONARD LEWIS __' 0 0 O. 1' .' 0 ': o. t. 0 J ,_'.1: ',0"1 Lowest last night 711
JoRtD'li: P slot <<.. 2 . _..G.:,. . .a:.,:. .. .Q..O_. :. ..I.O.- 3. \ 0 ,3nt.AtiCIS Mean ..- -- _ 77 j
K. WdlALE . 0 O. 0 '. 0"', 0 .. '1 0 'I 0 1 Normal ----'. :". """ "78 I =
C. C. SPADES 0 1 -o' 0. .' 0' 2 0 '. .3 O. 3 PrecipitationTotal i
WWAItO A. TURVILLK I 0 0 R. 0". ." ', '0 .... 1 :.. 0 3 0 3 last 24 hours .00 ins.
Total this month .33 ins.-
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---- --,---- - -- -- -" ;:: .- -- ' Deficiency this month .61 ins.j


Braves And Pirates Win GEN. CLAY........... PITCHES, 'EM .IN.:,... BERLIN Total Excess this this yelT.year .. 16.24 9.28 ins ins.f| e
I \j jIn """' -"'::- ;' .. Relative Humidity !I
t' "l't at 8:30 AM.BaroacUr. <
72!;. I
Games Under Lights > I
,! i .Sea Level) j30 AJ-C. I|
I II 29.96 ins.-=1014.6 mbs. '
ST. IAIIt?! CAHDSIIROOKLYN 4
AND Almanac
t tI .j.jik7' .jv Tomorrow's DONNIE O'BRIEN BIRGITTA LOVELY

DODGERS I Donkey Softball I Sunrise Sunset . 5:45 7:02 a.m.pm.j. london Frankfurt, Germany South

I Moonrise . 8:33 a-m.
UlSF.t SENATORS:' DR.HT Moonset 11:01: p.m. '
[Played Last Night;, -
: IWXOWNS I
TIDES: I

... n. .____.... r..... I Again Tonight! Tomorrow ,.
NEW: YORK May 11-1Jn 4oa (Naval Base) > 4 ka

Brave .....,... t vEaetern Standard Time) j i q
tW St. Lout The Whites won over the Blues >
High Low
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t'.rdussle bi s ni&hl+ gaa.. Uat' last night in Bayfront Park in I Ii : 12:35 a-m. 4:44 a.m. Drinks"T

"&hI, whit. {in another nocturnal i a Donkey Softball game after a i 11:23: a.m. 6:50 p-m. F F rz >
Yom =
fwtte.t I'ltUbvrih Pir..U. etnerg. hard struggle to ride the donkeys, | - ..-
.4 kiorMM* o>.r tit. Brooklyn I Both clubj tried hard to go l ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I
Dudtev. around the bases but the donkeys Reference. Station: Key West

Only .... night gas.g wan plye4 wanted' to go somewhere else I! Time of| Height of .
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and would not circle the'bases. I r tatIonTW. [high water
in tt. Ameriran Leegu. I Tonight after the regular SoftBan Ba ia Honda j I
Wvhinctoe K,tvators defeatedtfc game there will be another i (bridge) ____- OhlOm 9.0
Bt ......... Brow... ft*. Donkey Soft-Ball game. :No Name Key* ft.I KHIN AYE MASSAKO TSUZSKI AUQUITYAH s
CVwUmt md* n tnre In a 1 i ... (east end) _+2h 20m Burma To Sao Paula. Brazil To Pakistan '
row over. the Maggot Red Sax 'J. : Boca Chica .
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by a M..r. ..4 12 to 1. Manager How They Stand '.' I (Sandy Point)}-Oh 40m ,' ... -
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::1' 'FOLSOM RRH3E AND DAUGHTERS AT FIRST I
Luu UMIM|.*M* tal the lAdtansUrt v. i Caldes Channel ,

....a h.....play in the eighthinning. Major Baseball" Leagues ,_--.:_ ,ilJfllPaae: v1.. (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 j - .
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Goodman .lined to him oOo - .
GEN. LUCIUS D. CLAY of Marietta. Ga.:U.9.- MllitMT Commander _-. - - -
M doubled - - -
F1orI4a.laterutiona1
drvrland
and
hIP _
pI in Germaar.t\ throws the first ball'to open the baseball NOTE: -If' _
U_s at Mroad and the lay .Club-. W. 1. Pet. (-)-Minus sign: Co - .- - -
season in, Berlin. The general who has been having bis troubles; = .::.. -
g*", Cordon plenty of time to Havana "_ __.. .. .. 25 9 .735 -- to be subtracted : .1 :: '
with diplomatic thrown by the Russians seems to b. iA : _
.. .___ . curves ,
nail T.bl/elts t4f tint Tampa ? 19 13 .594 l (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to i! .
New Yuck Yankee defeated. Lakeland .. .. ..... 18 15 .545 fine form on the diamond. At right is CoL Robert. A. Williard. t be added.
the Chiraga. White Sax by a....... Miami _. .18 17 .514 Berlin Military Post Commander. I (h)-Hour. |

a491.3. Si Petersburg 17 17 .500 I -.... _.- -- ----- -- -_.__. _- (tn-Minute. }
The ....... Miami: Beach _. -.._.15 19 .441 (ft)-Fee:. i
BLIND HUNTER EXPEUT 'i'IARKS1L\N
AMCftlCAN LEAGUE West Palm Beach 13 19 .406 -- iI i
Fort Laudentole 9 25 .265 t

Night Game) !tilE I AMERICAN> 7 City Recreation wig r t,

Wafhinxton 0 10 II Club- W. L. Pet. i ,' .. : ::
Kt Lmtte 290ZtUk. Cleveland11 4 .733 tPbiladelphia w,: 1 I

WtbMW. Wkimar andPattev. ; .. __12 S .106 .. .. ; -! .' Program
and Evan. New York ._ _11 0 .847
Wynn., tweaa "
"""""" Washington . 9 S .500 I i ': Week of May 19. t. IS. Inclusive!|

RllcC1.reLaa4 St. Louis .. 08 .429 t. }\: '
12 UI1M4.M 0 Detroit ._ . a 12 .400. SOFTBALL \
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_ t IIMM. 0 Boston ,.. 7 11 389 I -I
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( t. Ie........ Or..meli. and Chicago - . 3 12 .200 ? : : :,:}t tt. .ByTJ w Park. Night i w
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ll...n; r"r_ afrDernott.KU44 : v
and T....... NATIONAL T TENNIS
.. Bayview Park. Afternoon
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Hub- W. L. Pet I t.;... *

RUE SU Lido .. _._ -__ .C. .625 ..;;..:... and Night
New -Vert -'-' t .II IChwaga New YorkPittsburgh -" --. 11'"l .611. hw"r DAILY -
.- SSIWight II 7 .611 : City tournament
tlarrfa and Robinwm; BruukJya 110 .474 ,. <'
r.. and Ntarnoa.MAT10KAL. / -
fve Philadelphia 910 .414 1 i JUNIOR SOFTBALL
Boston -. .- 9 I" .74 I Bayview Park. Afternoonand ALABAMA GOV. JAMES E. FOLSOM. his new wife, and his two daughters ]

tXAQUS Chicago _.- .- ''f 10 .412 Morning lunch together in the govercr s mansion at Montgomery. Rachel. S (facing ) .
RUE Cincinnati ._ .. -. 7 13 .350 5. are the governor's children by a former muri gc:. Their mother died in 1344.
ffc .l. III. 1W. I I WEDNESDAY-Afternoon former Janelle Moore of Berry. Ala.. and the six foot. eight-inch governor were ..
Una 0 18 I Softball. Leagues SATURDAY-game. Rockford. Ala. She is 21. Folscm is 39. .
fUlkeU lleara. Birk-
Salt and :
ClUI -A- } I I TWO morning games. .
and WilUr. - -- --
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.KMV, Jufeawun and Sic. g - --------- -
Club- W. 1. Pct.I '
.- I ( Tarsus birth ;.
TODAVS Lilt CIIDAYS (
3 t 1.000
Bob's Sport Shop ".r t 1 SKATING One-Minute ;|still retains its it.
rI
RUEPtlUburch t Vets 01 Foreign Wan 2 1 .66'7. Bayview Park. Night I II I (Know America) 'though many

4 0 0 Adams Dairy _-- 1 1 .5001 I : I'FRIDAY- SPOUTS 1 I! Henry Morgenth'au Jr. of New in ancient . ..
. 1 .166 :
I 5 1 SubRon 4 QUIZI.
-
urea klyt ,1 " \ 7:00: to 9:00: P.M.-Children's York ex-secretary of the treasury name i changed Stt-
It.- sail Kkitu; iStlwh. and Class "S .I t "'" I! skating party. ;; ,1 head of the Combined Jewish habitants
W. L. Pet.Ki
Fdsessd Club- i :: 'kt t tI i What is the length; of timea 1 Appeal born in New York ,
_. _.__ 2 '
Club Shop 1 01.0001 1500 I t I i BASEBALL pitcher is alto -cd between ; 57 years'ago.. i i Great Slave ..,.
Kantor Men's I I a.L, LI each pitch? 1 Dr. Theodore von Karman of than Lake Eire.
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Two() Junior Naval Hospital 0 1 .000 I !i Municipal Stadium. Afternoon
Club 0 1 .000 lAP \Vlrephotol ;,! SUNDAY- I 2. Who i-s the nicnest paid t jthe California Institute of Technology -
Driftwood -----
New York Yankee since Babe famed aeronautical
engineer
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Junior .ALTHQV.GUIIAS; BEEN BLIND since a horse kicked him
Tilts :
Softball, "L.lUrris 1 First Game-Sound School vs. Ruth born in Hungary, 67 years
W. i
Club- in 1313. Tom Hopkins of Paden. Okla. spends much of his time Pirates. II I tI
3. Can within one ago. ,
School 1: well-trained He seldom fails toreturn you guess l I
-- with his three dogs. I
hunting
Second Game-American Le-
the I thousand dollars the amount Ted;| Robert E. Gross, president of
WednraJsor &I l rffwe e. School 4 2 i II
Oo Division Street home without game. He draws a bead on squirrels and gion vs. Adams Dairy. I
Juntur SuI'bellW will play poinciana School ....---. 0 51 and misses. f.' Wiljiams' 1948 contract. calls for?.iLockbeedAircraft] t. Burbank CIGAR I
Patk. 1 other game by sound alone rarely I' 4. What jockey has drivenhome [ Calif. born in Boston 51 years :
Bajnrww"
in .
two gamra I __.. SECOND i
HAND CATCH
than
[
J:4 ""k. will I I more winners any ago.
first.. at : :
TW TOOK CAME 610 n
have )Wrstiaw.Iesa.utsry achowl SHE :! LONELY CRAWFISH tails. This will mean catching OGALLALA. Neb. (AP). I other in the Kentucky Derby .t[ Irving Berlin famed song writer '
SERIOUSLY did the Ken- 'I
5 What'stable
Isard up ag-b-t IlMria elenwn TOO I\ _ -SPARK-INDUSTRY about 1,600,000 crawfish. Two George Hoover of Ogallala says., born in Russia. 60 years ago. ,
Ury M'tInuL LISBON. Portugal id>li--) : i cold storage plants and a broad I he wouldn't tell this fish tory tucky Derby represent'THE . -- t Dr. Stanley King president

The arrond game will be brtwren Luciaaa Rosa Ca vo. 17. was I i CAPETO\VN.-AP-A halfmillion I social program for the island except that he had two witnesses. I ANSWERS: : : emeritus of Amherst College I
in N. Y :
r Mass., born Troy 65
elementaryr He had rainbow I ,
Divbwn. Street such an avid fan of the football dollar crawfish industry j 1 A farm I snagged a 21 inch -
envisaged. .
population are
*...l and the. Junior. ll.gh team of OU 30. a town in the is planned for Tristan Da Cunha, {t trout. But, it was a secondhand I 1 20 seconds. i years ago.George II I i
&twul Aaa 'x. This Ia trot a south of Portugal that she suffered program to maintain a healthyone I catch. 2. Joe DiM-aggio. I L. Morrison chairman ,
in.
a.ac- ....,.... Sd tar thus WI.m. a heart attack in aa exciting of tt.e. loneliest islands ': diet for the people is planned. The trout previously had been 3. $ 0.000. I of General Baking Company. --
.. .. Aaad hu lest twgames .' moment during a lame the world. A'recent< expedition to t hooked by someone else. The broken 4. Eddie Arcaro. I born in Philadelphia. 64 years ; :
s the middle of the' New York State residents once 5. Calumet Farms. ago. i POPULAR
Dhtewq. Strwt kboul >*aint EstorU. Takeoff' ouWideth the island in leader still hung from the ( 'I
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stadium, the girl recovered South Atlantic checked the possibilities. presented a 1,400 pound cheese to fish's mouth. Hoover's hook had Salvador Dali of New York .
and wan ewe.llarrii President Jackson. Robert Fulton built a steamboat Surrealist artist, born in Spain Cigars
and Diriskis SUM''land insisted on gilt'i back to T caught in the eyelet of one of the
theLeague of the 1 The initial target for an enterprise sinkers on the broken leader. The in 1818 which he named I 44 years ago. !/
pi.In the finish game. t tt
SrM..a, tied tar oral.xpreted I.'r[Permission watch was refused. Enraged .t planned by a union of five Statisticians estimate. there is I fishY alive but its scrappinesswas "Walk on the Water" after'an John Shaw Billings of Time Soft
J8ftH are IA ,1M!',( the girl suffered another I fishing companies is 5 ,OOO annual one mile of railroad for every gone when Hoover reeled Indian chief and which he operated I' Magazine, born on Beach Island .. .
I day T1wnsW atwrMUR cases of frozen crawfish; 4,503 persons in the orli1. him in. a I en Lake Erie. S. C.. 50 years ago.- '
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l'AG$ EIGHT ._ .' r..,' . TfiE. KEY WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1&4SCorapubory ;
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Edna Mac TaylorJoinc1: In Holy : ::" |P'KISS FOR TAYLOK JOLLY'S CONFESSION' gan to cross examine'when Judge' 1 t

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J Wedlock To:Donald' GastlcbcrryIn : regarding the slot "I think you can take up the AUTOMOBILE\ S 6fE I I IWe
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lI :.> : Frank Jolly told me cross evamination. after lunch" fill aH proscriptions whoa
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I knew where the machines said Judge Caro. -
Here ...:. your old car starts givtof yes
. Ceremony SuturdflN4htIn :" >i ::--4' ; : 'and would show them to me At yesterday afternoon's ses- trouble a

I t IHC. : Borrsn teslifiM. "lie sion of Criminal Court Sheriff Wo a complete tire! el -
night, carry
LI3l a sinle.ring'cerem.ony.. 0:JO* Berlin A.
Sawyer City
Manager
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J ; showed Brake Parts Igmtioo.Ca FfMtaot, ,
!1 Saturday night Edna Mae Taylor up Ralph D. Spalding. Paul Sher of
"Frank,Jolly also said the ma- Spark Plugs. Fan Balis. 1
became the bride of Donald L. nioll AuxiliaryCommended I the Elks Club J, Stuart hicks i -
were in good condition,to George Allen Warren of the AT YOUR SERVICE . ,
. ...-- I IfAa. Castleberry. They exchangedvows Fort he mu t know where they American Legion. John F. Black- '| DAY OR NIGHT
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before the Rev. Mr. J. B. { Then he told me his .
t I Io well Jr. and. William V. Albury I'll ONE 1178
l I Reid, pastor of the.Fleming Street. Hospital( [Work WiLon was mixed up in testified. .
But ,
he said his brother' job
Methodist Church. The ceremonywas tS'gz Warren was also in on the in- <; JANE and SHINE
i .be.placed in jeopardy if he, .
atthe Elks
ve hgation Club. lie
military trcuninq I performed in the hope 6t th eir4i i mbers of the American Le- any more about it" told of the statement made by 1502 BERTHA STREET

bride's parents followed immediately Auxiliary_have been com-. H,:B. Boykin of the
comes la for a big share of tud 'j"gon city Wilson Jolly that,he and the four
II by a \ f mended for their interest in beffhalt Ecoarlmenl;? ,was called. to others
.nl discussion these days. A rccept on _. had committed the burglary ,
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I For th tEd"tnde'was of-patients. In.the -wards, at stand. lIe Said( at about 5 a. : W
grad poll conducted by amaqadne I II ,'tceCmQny, Paul 'Sawyer -' . Can Sit
the Naval. Hospital, + April, 26, Wilson Jolly came ,
I (fSc&oJaxtfcJ showed I j( attired, m.whife.i ,witti white chajpnan} Red, .Crosscom* olire.hf'adquarter& from the I The cannon standing beside the

that 6 3 pvr cent of high school accessories. The 21yea/-bld munity, service corn; !nut tee, said s Club aid reported a door of entrance to the' Presidio, San PINWORMS CABSC F 6CTHrfi
bovt told 62 daughter of Mr. and M-4. Carl today. This group has acted as | Elks annex was unlocked. Franrisro military rc .'rvation, AND THAT AWf W.touting L lIeI
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per cent of the Taylor, 1009 Angela street had hc,>tesses for activities ,for, the- } wanted me to go: and are 250 years old.WEEPY . 0..of tlS warnt.e.1.as at,..._ :.
qim are la 'favor of'
i j' compulsory j a rectal itch wart .*.. f..osd.t.
military training 'for boys between I as her only attendant. Mrs. .past several.mopths. the Elks Club said Boy- ... aN ___ ......, .... .., r...
The activity which i ; "I couldn't go then because I to .. .m d.t....
Charles Launders, matron of they pre- 'si j I .e.- ae.w
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the of 16 and OK DRYECZEMARASH I ... .
aa** 21. s calL Then 1&ti a. r a---" a Mss wOb
This. is a marked increase 1:: honor. Mrs. Lounder: was attir- sented this month' was a musical jailor was out on a the trash aa..a b Fat'Wtfmm.P ......
over i ed in a street length aqua dreg, bingo' party in waid\ D. Pianistfor Frank Jolly and Heel .eiaeo Me at last t m4 a w se net
I the 33 per cent of the students i i'It I t .,..t.Mers sa.ib sad
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sent them
with white accessories, and wore the party was Billy Stewart came up. I c.tJAyers=atn.e.rs. .... sw.ro.
' I were in ,favor of com I I II a of white carnations. Refreshments of.temonade'cookie the Elks Club to see what was O In joy the ooUmr and comfortm -'o r-w r a n e+t.h e..VwA.. +
corsage I ...... ...... .
pulsory .
j suet
; military training. tat medication of Gray Otnt- M a.
I 1 I Charles Launder husband of s.,.and punch .were;provided by I' ment while pleasant antiseptic wO .-.-&.. .....-
I'the matron of honor was best the group. I 1 6am. Wilson Jolly re- 'I aid in tiling rid of irritation. ....... u...sir i ir..ob.u.. wr
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Glob. who have been consider11 man. lie wore a Navy blue Members'of. the"auxiliary who I to headquarters and said j(I GRAY'S OINTMENT I'.w W taw.w.W_ r-w aMw ri.-wan war M isYSp...,.

the music world a* a career' |I I serge suit with a white carna1 -' participating .were, Mrs:: '.TcssieWinnenaucr. J + j slot _machines were gone i iJ -- - -t- .-- ----....
mjr take a few tips from Alary i iCJkBnrno. 1 I tion in the lapel.pf the coat. The :, Mrs." Gretna Mc- J the club." I I

talented guitarist and i I l I groom son of Mrs. R. V. Christie Clam, Mrs..Dorothe Daniels,'Mrs. I Machin Elks Club \
etc of the prettiest girl musicians Cairo Ga, was dressed in a light Claudia Waller, Mrs. Edith.Freeman I ward. told of leaving the club ;| Sun and I Storm

.la the business. Mary says it is blue suit with a white carnationin !and. Mrs.:. Hosier Richardson.. - about 4:20 a. m.. April 26, and I
strictly talent that counts and a the lapeL t- '-: : t. seeing Wilson Jolly on watch ,<'I\ ALL,METAL

girt ahnwldnt. expect to get by on A two-tiered. all-white wed- West' Brides( SENATOR GLEN H. TAYLOR of Idaho gets the porch as he left J AWNINGS
.her iouka alone Kcy ( Ray Atwell of the police
There's really no ding cake topped by a miniature { h vnfe at the National Airport in
bailie of the sexes in the music bride and groom was centeredon j! Lea For t North f ;:before he boarded for Birmingham ,was the next witness. He
ve ( a plane
world if a girl ventures into the a table. A large bouquet of i of Frank Jolly's statement When OPEN-It' A DUllnclite Awning

Jau field prepared with a good white lilies interspersed with i -. a isoidedJ'conduct charae. Birmingham him that he knew where the When CLOSED-/ '. A Perfect Storm Shutter
I I Two cen't Key .West-t> jpresidential candidate on fcnry A. and that he would
iNbkal maturity that even the white lace fern and a vase of r ndesv. were CONSTRUCTED OF HEAVY GALVANIZED SHEET METAL
ewtal proficient male musicians pink roses decorated the living both accompanied by their' mother -,. i tried i ,to enter the Southern Negro Youth them after dark. GUARANTEED WILL NOT RUST OR ROT

will& mpect Mary, who has been j I room where the ceremony was and one by her mate; and the door: marked "Negroes. and thereby "WilaonJolly called me aside Finished in Gleaming Enamel-Your Choke of Colin,
OMMtcUtrd with Dick Stabile. Bob I! performed. .. other to meet her husband in his segregation laws.. Taylor was called a the investigation at the Monogram or Design
Ctwatrr. Rum Morgan Joe Venu- Guests at the reception were home town; left bjr bus this morn :the'Birmingham judge at the trial. Taylor Club April 27," said Atwell. Simple to Operate FHA Terms Model on DemoiutrfJio

U. Louis. Armetronc. Coleman served cake sandwiches and a ing for'variqus points north. : 'M -u pended sentence. went into the kitchen of the Installed OO AC 614 GREENE ST. '

U WUH and Dizzy Cillespie' combination punch. The newiy- Mr. :and Mr$, Jack* Fo\vTc.r-who: -,- - -- - ---- and Wilson Jolly said he I by LEE DitUOo PHONE 4 ,,
f weds received useful miscellaneous were married a4 week,:ago Saturday ; like to tell me something
many ;
I II II household items a3 at the home of the 'bride's BAKING WAY FOR U.N. HE -said: 'I know who took the | Phone for FREE: Estimate

parents,.802 Sputhard street, will machines.' I said for him to <1
gifts.Mr.. Castcberry. 21, graduated journey to Ft,'Dodge Iowa. Recently me. Then he said he Frank I -- - -- -- -- - -

from high school in Cairo Ga., discharged. from\the United ' I1r:: T 1 Frank Curry, Hector Cas- j
a with the Claus of 1943. He is a .States Navy Mr.:Fowler plansto 4 : ] and Sam Bath had taken the I

I member of The Citizen's mechanical continue his studies in print lIe also said the ma : THE BAKERS OFac4aii

Z. force being employed as a ing in Ohio. Mrs, ,"'Fo..filer, nee ft-J"- 'were'then at the home of I I .
Visa M vis. Cleora Bethel will j ."
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The young couple plan a honeymoon reside with his parents, in Iowa t :, : : Counsel- Sawyer be- !

to Georgia in July. At until he completes his fctudie ",-"-, .. I II I

present they are residing at 126 Mr. John'W, Steycn, the former f': ..' .
l Ann street Apt. B. where they Rose; Bethel :will join Mr.S i ; ,

I i will welcome their many friends. Steven in CoBnersvilTe, Indiana' r:; .< ._.' I
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month-old bride;: *1'> : :."':::.' : : FoR VAISPAR

i Observes ,1 t Mrs. .Emilio Garcia, mother of, : ,lr z.Y 't-J'tJt. ,
\I I I the Mesdamcs! Fowler ,and ,Me i. : VARNISHES, ENAMELS

Mother's yen, ,will 8t.TOmpany. the groupto .: i In rite the Key If'eat
Day Jacksonville%:-FUu: Avhere she 'J.:. I IF
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: will visit with. another;: son-in- 't Grocers and Itestanranlctir,
The Junior Woman's Clubnwmbers law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.II. ; -
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.re hostesses to their N. Wilson : i:
_mothers daughters, and friends Mrs. Garcia will return to Key ttahery in the Country onAfar
.or* thr. r.iy s with MXC listen on Sunday Mother's Day at a West following 'a brief' visit in \ '> x+ t 5111111111111111111111W'W
Rest .mi look secant" tea held in their honor.A Jacksonville.. 'The.otlrers'plan to I l 12lh, 7 la 9 IUI.. at

Akwg. with, Mary Lou Wil musical program was fur- make their homcsforltbe''prcsrntin f 1 Uolsiim Bakery., South Miami
ished with vocal: selections by the North but look. forward
naval aireM117ms.. ik-ryl y d. .
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Eilas.keSr. Vivien Garry and other. Mrs. Eleanor Dowski, and Miss to returning 'here sometime. in ": \ ,. FOR FAINTS . .

Mary appears. in the new record Cleora Roberts with Miss Beatrice the .future for:a'lengthy! visit or I } ..; HOUSEHOLD NEEDS i I FREE( \
; TICKETS
t Moreno at the piano. Mrs. for pc'rmanentresidence. . '1':' l' ADMISSION i
ait**** tJuU la Jar"tarn VicThe I
Helen Schuck acted as Mistressof y. ---
a.L ** gtrW hare managed In r -
Ccremonioj. [ .. ... Lust !Ij AVAILABLE
turdge a spearhead. Into the hi.thtis -f - BY PHONING
Prizes were awarded to the i j
rsrtuMve male hot music 1
oldest and mothers '
youngest present .i..aL' I

.1 wvtfcLMa A corsage:: was given to the[ RALPH FARALDO-/ ,
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oldest mother present. Mrs. Susan j ; |
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Nelson. The youngest mother! -- ----- I ,
Mr Ute Mfc-oeb ML pettkootewtt 284
present was Mrs. Ramona Knight' PHONE 11 1'
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. rwlflo* .,. In style' KMtrfcooo Members attending were: Mrs.5 Son to Greta .a Simonton St. Key West

slts. are tee short to i Marian Strunk. Mrs. Dolsie CurS S' Announcement has been re
wear with tho *MW. look" I ry. Mrs Helen Schuck. Mrs. Betty ceived.here of the birth of a son Alt: IRON BALL (arrow) swung by a

......* art adding ruffle. to I Saunders Mrs. Wilhemina Harvey to Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Careyon weight around at 43rd street and First I
the bottom el slips. A white Miss Elite Rae Gwynn. Mrs.' April 24 'in Miami. The baby ln,'clearing the site for construction cf

tip .. take two ar three rows + Katherine Brown. Mrs. Ramona has been named ,Shannon Frow. ters. The collapsing building L; the last

el plaid or black ntlfl**. Largo : Knight Mrs. Shirley Lieder. Miss Mrs. Carey was formerly Erma __ __ _ I
bar..rs of lace tan bo sawed i Joan Elbertson. Mrs.An nice Cur- Frow of Key' West. u -- - Hush We're Budweiser!
...... the ........ laaortioas I ry. Mrs. Nathalie Knight Miss) Seek DivorcesI I This, Brewing

also caa be. .... st tko waist to Eluvsa Moreno. Mrs. June Cook Son to Williamses have' .

iftk tli.*. Mrs. Hester D. Richardson. Mrs.! Mr. and Mrs.'Harry Williams i Petitions evidential
seeking divorces were
Annan T. Lounders. Miss Louise' 714 Baker's !lane, today announced filed yesterday in the office of Great, rock foundations that not even an
Yes Coo Tse Evenjceltne Ketchum. Mrs. Edith Winkle. 'f' the birth of a son at 12 o'clock II
; Circuit Clerk Ross C. Sawyer by By one earthquake could budge! Walls like thoseof
&*- 'It. of Drarkrnbridge H. Guests attending were:. Larry
local
yesterday in a hospital. The -
Claire. Mullins
Dorothy against than
fortress! this ?Because
more a Why precaution
ft. Kan AfttoAio Texas, has a re Strunk. Mrs. Fred Saunders. Mrs. baby weighed five pounds, six Albert Mulhns .and by Jeanne
mains
tend to 4-11 dub activities that I Susan Nelson Mrs. Annie Page, ounces and has been named f Venora Kramer Hartman against pipe even slight vibration causes fermentationto / .r
Mrs. Ulric: Gwynn. Mrs Rex So the massive walls of the 7
waits be hard to beat A few Harry Williams III Kenneth H. Hartman. speed up. ,
riunthe age Evoncrlino won an Shaw. Mrs. Jeff Knight Mrs.) ALBURY cellars where Budweiser is fermented and -, t

....-...,..... paid a-day trip to the f: Claire Smith.Elbertjon.Mr*. Leroy Mrs.Sawyer Charles Mrs.H.j! Daughter to Finishes I Among gifts: received by U S. We I lagered (aged) shelter the brew from the 1 /f ft a t
.. Club root' m* held& in ChicaS :
L. Moreno. Miss Beatrice | A daughter was born at 9:43 Presidents were a chair presentedto :Kinds: of clatter and rumble of outside traffic. It ,
.11. firsts and I second"In Moreno.
}%tb wen. II Battling dnrUion exhibit i Mrs. Bradley E. Swelling. Mm.iMary am. May 3, to Mr. and/Mrs. ,W. ,President Lincoln. I Ibkenderum. and ... I matures naturally . thoroughly . lei ;

1 ah tftterrd" and won eight I! W. Clark. Joyce Launders A. Parrish Jr of Marathon. The : :\' hp. surely. This is only one step in the most ,
tor'- I.
i t ..,.." m rwking. and prrpatlngMeats : Mrs.Ketch Mae. Barksdalc. Mrs. Jennie newcomer five ounces.1IlInInllllu.UllUUllmaua.weighed. seven pounds, II merly known as Turkey Alexancriud was. ir: : IS expensive brewing process known. As a ,

In a4Vtiu(| .Cvangelinebaa ; m. Mrs. A H Hamilton result, Budweiser comes to you, as always, s ,

diiaa ttutotanding. teak in in and Dowski.daughter Miss Martha.Cleora Mrs. Eleanor . .dllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilliillilillilililllii. ; i I iI I I mellow . full-flavored with a distinctive i R
Roberts, ;
totlw dmrsting. landscaping.btwKafMlry and Rae Winkle. taste . fully aged . sprightly with ;
MEETINGS .
punUry and
canning
presetrlaig. londstuffs. Mrs. Nathalie Knight was, The MAXWELL natural carbonation.
chairman of the refreshment1committee I
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} II Pl IIi..tlj""lIIIPtImEnrreadr
;..:...: and Mrs. HelenSchuck. r 1 II
Stars Meet Thursday
Chairman of Decorations{ Specializing in
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Tbirty-sU ito4e ta
H. S. 1C ....... Mo..e.ts1. and Mis. Ramona Knight. Entertainment -' There will be a meeting of the X'lK Types of % E THIS d
II .< e depatta.at store. Others who participated Everready Stars on Thursday at _..t..1. TEJ-
I to help make this Tea a success 10 a. m. in the patio of the Ma- f Hotel 1't'r
lulloe aO |oba ..... ........ were: Mrs. Anne Curry sonic Temple. Lunsheon will be .} Ss DRINKBudweiser
to stock boy-tot eat tfav . .
Mrs. Anna Launders !
Mu
Cora served at noon. All those who .t'' .'hr
0.... Macroo .has betaisao i'
Jut| Lee Curry. Mrs. I
Betty Saunders. wish to attend are asked to contact '
< Nv a star rote. U a plctn. Mrs Edith<< Winkle Mrs. Mary Lowe phone 213.i ; FOR FIVE DAYS
.. Jams H.vor will play oppotito 1 .
I c Because of our great expansion
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"eUl' show pet .. by I'Z S ",, I : On the sixth day Budweiser is available DOW
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tko Monot Motroko. K- Cr.$. II 01 t = try to drink a Demand wherever '
you
.... fontlty .ban boon given< i Wo are now in the position to serve f --:'} = = sw... boor -

lot |bo >.Kboao .. layette I \ < ,', 'type of equipment you may need.I .
.....>.< by. the .... tbo ChU- I, 0' iI"I.O. :' ::: I !: 'We can fully equip restaurants with all t You'll want she -. .
Mat r4> oUo.. to sad .. FloU .ODt0 .y' + [ distinctive fast of

... I4.Uaad. r..... Greoco. b. '< u.r.<. .,., h.;' :;: ments which include . 1 ;: te4.e .d...... .ho...,... .
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AMUU.Te e.\\ !.. :: it. ,i ('". "l"II' : .GLASSWARE DISHES I + 1.

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tae .. tbte paper about .... 'i (V .#I .d.fDagtLA. .: <... . ,'., I 'Ii I M
.. yew .... .aa.JWhra ..-v" .. "" '-1 o BudweiserTASTES

I' :: :t Tire MAXWELL

Alexander Mackenzie .4 .., I .
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lint explored. the Mackenzie Ri. ;40 itn. Furniture and LIKE BUDWEISER

vrr .in nil ho noted a fire in a 1 TELEPHONE 682

wane .| coal. on ,its banks a fire TlY. 1\i aealte.t. SitIa. 909 Fleming Street Corner St.
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wbith 1 has been burning ever, .. at.r. .ahreras .J t (' -I IT. I Aaatre ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST. LOUIS I
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