The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00530
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00530
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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Police Arrest 2 t COMMISSIONERS AGREE TO ALLOW I|Jury Finds' Former a i j t!

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Convicts* ; IN SPECIAL: MEETING! LAST NIGHT-t! 'Officers Guilty Of I jH

One With: Pistol I i :
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CHARGED WITH TOYING*t j:i Chrysler Strike Thai Present Curfew 1 t> Noncommital j :, Elks Club Burglary

TO ENTER STORE AND Tliree Saloons Interfering With Mus-i-!' i _

HOME; SHERIFF. JAILS i Lose Licenses I Now Underway; dan* Livelihood -- i i About Soviet 11 t JUDGE T. S. CARO TO PASS SENTENCE ON MEN- 1 i iF

j City Commissioners meeting in TOMORROW MORNING
POOR BOX THIEFTwo Steward Fined j ; JURORS ;

former : During 10 DaysLicenses JoblessMICHIGAN special session last night agreedto Peace Talks I' RECOMMEND MERCY .
convicts one of 75,000 allow orchestras to play and i i
them carrying a pistol, were after $250 In Having
ar- juke boxes to be played ; All five of the farmer law enforcement officers who went on
rested by two City policemen of three Key West GOVERNOR INVOKES midnight thereby ending; the 13 STATE DEPARTMENT trial in connection
MAKES Monday with the theft of slot machines from u..
yesterday and charged: : with attempting ban recently enacted br
m. Slot Machines\
liquor-vending spots were sus- f Elks Club found
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were guiltat last
o'clock night in
by a jury
to enter a grocery store' LAW TOLD BY City Manager Ralph Spalding._ j NO STATEMENT; ,RUSSIA.
pended for 10, days 'by Judge /II j I Criminal Court.
and a home in the C&ja Marina I The commissioners passed no I
section of the city. Hilary Albury in Municipal Court LEADERS DOES NOT APPLY resolutions to this effect, but by SEEMS TO HAVE DROPPED Armando M lClin, Sr., steward !I| Tcaorrcw at 10 ajn. sentences will be passed on them by
At the same time Sheriff Dcr4in for violation of the city liquor t TO STRIKERS verbal utterances assured the: MATTER at the Elks Club was fined $250 J j Judge Thomas S. Caro. '
A. Sawyer arrested a third laws. musicians that a satisfactory_ Ii I llcctor} Castro and! Frank Jolly, former city poftcennn. and
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I ... morning j
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man who will be charged: with The following sentences were IHr Tbr AkWM-iatrd Frrmut i! agreement: would be worked out'i B \ i. Pr..l I Samuel 1 Bath. deposed; deputy sheriff were found guilty of mtermg
attempting to break into the poor imposed by Judge: Albury: DETROIT. May I2-Sevent-j j i i that would allow them (the mu-.! WASHINGTON! May The S. Caro of Criminal Court when i! without breaking the Elks Club with intent to commit a m.ilderne.nor.
box in St. Paul' Church. I| Hector Barroso of the Driftwood -' five thousand CIO workers in 16:j i si-i'>*';"> *n ola- '*>r mWt"ht- Stale Department was no com- he entered a pica of guilty to a ': under which they may be sentenced up to five years.
Placed under arrest by Lt. Har- Club was fined $250 and.i Chrysler plants went on strike j i'[ Sam Korn, spokesman of Mu, mital today on the Russian an- charge of illegal possession of'' Wilson Jolly and Frank Curry former city policemen were
ry Lee' Baker near the Casa Mar- costs and his license was suspended ;:! sicians' Union 202 AFU told the !
Michigan found
today. The governor of nouncement concerning; a conference slot machines at the clubrooms' guilty of trespassing in the Elks Club a misdemcmw, under
ina Hotel was a man who idenei- for 10 days for sellingto invoked state law ::::commissioners that continuance '
a against to discuss .
peace and co- April 28.Machin they be fined
which may to
fird himself as Justin Harrin two minors. the strikers whose leaders re- :|I of the curfew was an actual operation between that up
tun and who .aid he lived in the livelihood of the countryand was arrested by Chief $100 each.
I Stanley lodes of the Gate Res law threat to
the not applicable
plied that was ; the United States.
New York City. While being. taurant.. Southard street, was as the Chrysler corporation j! musicians. Korn informed the i j Assistant Secretary ,f Slate Deputy Sheriff Moreno\ Wallace i j Jayshccs WantInvestigators' I The jury: which' was CVMpIlied
questioned by Baker the man fined $250 and his license was operated: in three: states. j| commission that the union men I 0 Douglas said that Foreign! Minis- on orders of County Solicitor j of Eugene R. Roberts. Pawl L.
showed evidence of extreme suspended for 10 days for selling ; receive only $2.25 per hour, and !
the leaders ? Archer Arnold ,
pointed j L.
a Clearly j I I hours'; ter Bevin of Great Britain had Allan B. Clcarc, Jr., who at the I Crtune. ST.
net vousncsa.Baker I beer to two minors. would average only two
I out. the Michigan law does not ; complained about not r ; Robert L. Bethel. Howard G. Finder -
having same time seized the six slot
M-archcd the man'spot'kets Armando Alfonso of the Silver other :[ work nightly. This $4.50 wage!
the two states.
and found fully loaded ; apply to i i Korn further stated is ordinarily -.. been informed about the propos-' and James H. Pimkr. Jr..
a Dollar Bar Duval street, was and added hat the strikers in this j! machines which were stolen from To ConIC HereThe
.::1% calibre pistol and an extra I fined $150 and cots for selling slate can not work without the ;:; available only two or three.:cd talks. Douglas said that he! the Elks Club on April 26 and recommended mercy: in the cases
of .. I times The union himself had heard nothing about' of Hector Frank
dip .a ridge. He immediately liquor on'Sunday between 6 and the other states. I II I weekly. spoke Castro. Jolly and
placed handcuffs on the I. 9 p.nx. and his license} was sus- parts Union from leaders, who first asked ]'1 man concluded his talk by asking: the matter and hat! he so re- later taken to the home of a former Jay hces have named Mrs. Samuel Bath. Judge Can gaveno
man and took him to police head- pended for 10 days. j j for an increase of 30 cents an I II' i the commission to please cf.nji'ler: ported to IJcvin. Douglas further policeman. Hector Castro. > W. C. Sweeting as their repre- indication of what his seal -
;-- quarters I Charges filed against Mrs. Ar- hour then reduced the amount the musicians' livelihood in any stated that shou.u a conference The machines will be destroyed sentative in the Civic Improvement tencei will be.
There. Harrington. revealed mando Alfonso and Calvin Los-' decision made. I be held. IJcvin would be invitedto Association.The I
I' ,Continued On Page Eight) tomorrow morning at County Judge Caro fin.hed .hw rh&iife
to Chief Joseph Kemp that he ley, bartenders, were dismissed. I III I Commissioner Louis CaHwnell i iI attend it. Courthouse under orders issued Jayshec take this stand; to the jury at 7 p. m."I'M jury i
had served a sentence in the was first: to speak in defense of I i Uevin said in parliament today "There should be strict law en- .
I then taken out to dvimer.At
federal at Chille- the musirian Carbonpllaid: that communists had blocked by Judge Caro when he sentenced : forcement was
reformatory until
: : existing: : coituiConlinued -
roth; Ohio, and had lately been POOR OLD CRAIGSERVICE i ___(Continued On Page.Eight) (Continued On Page Scvtn) Machin. I ( On Page Seven) 1. 8 p. m.of they the began charges their agamfct deliberation -
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paroled from that institution He MOTOROLAAmerica's\ II STATION 1 j the 'fiye men. :
was immediately fingerprintedand Finest AUTO RADIO Francis at Division Phone 9134'tvnr '!: I Around 9 p.m. the jurors a.kcd -
vent to County Jail where ... ..
11 R": "" .1. ; the court if it would be pr..i.
he will he held until arraignedin Roy's Key West Auto Parts I I ;
YTO Grease. Spray or !
S j ble for the jury to recwmmcBd
Criminal Court1lamniton 121 DuTal St. Phone 442 1 LET \\JO Change Your OilJJop !phttC fS mercy. They were told by the '
I[ ker
later identified
was IJikS C"c i judge; that such a recommena-
as the man who< tried to ,
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|I tion was in order.
break into the (iW6/i&* CarryCJrtirwy "I j I,I The jury listened gar nearly
SimontwnWnd., Division '
: to two hours to the ctaifH argu
streets Two menu,VkOT'saw' him .. menu of County SoHemr Alton .
trying tp break'tni'iu a win- 3 f\\\ -- ell....,Must.... . tt"+ ." s.. Continued On face Hghl) :
dow of' the ftore.htenUfied Harrington. ...'u; .: ", ii "
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bring a latTn 4i .. tore. :
Then- PalrContlaUed mani1f ZIk 'Cara- '.' TO.a Q. "ector p ,
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;<,. 3, t ;eec'i;elegy Of A\\C.\\\ 1214 White Street Phone $49

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Hydraulic Brake ExpertsLou LODGEMARATHON | ft.. '.,0',-M...(..,"".",. nd cts '''4I 47 47 Dodge.Chevrolet DeSolo Club 4Door.4-Door.Coup A Very Beauty Like CUcn New

Smith Auto Service '42 Plymouth Club Cp Bargain

Wait at rUmlag Phone No. 5 '41 Dodge. 4-Door. excellent I
35 Reo. 3-Ton Truck
-0.peu. Atmj Barracks"" ,1\\\\\- I
I NAVARRO, Inrorporalnl

\. Opposite Bus Station

Metal Roofingsat 4. \\
Ullaaml !!1UI1't1lllUtlll.;
1't 'ttI jiunnnunflmuwiranui
- Charley Toppino and Sons J tttJUlC 1\\\ O1't

Managers to\\'t
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FOR SALE 'H\\\. 'to Used Car Dealers

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1941 FORD Convertible 404 Duval Street
New Mercury Engine tt
Gd Top. Tires and Paint I SUMMER RATES I 'tO rl Con i Next to La Concha Httl.
tea i
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IViYr, $875 is l1\n TELEPHONE 501.
SEE IT at t'I t". in y i
111':1WEws'r: ; w doubt 11\0ti"es'1

i GAS: CXIMPANY: FINEST FOODIN ,.i t".re.b.on'l sinister I 4.10 Door Chevrolet; Sedan I-leetl slrr

I 411 llemia Street I _. 11 er count'I'a
'I' obout t .seh ar Fv 17 ..ra..r Manhallan. ..
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'lour 4-Door Sedan
FLORIDA r t t ::; aks in '
Wall Hand Your Car Back I'E II j ':: : eI *17 "Fonl Snprr lJeI.U\'
Like A N.w Car -***- :I 4-Door Sedan (Choke of Tw)

BODYFENDER Chef Rochon in Charge. '- 3:!, ; I '12 4-Door( .lillar Sedan 01 I

a"j E -***- :..' '42: Merriir i

j i.,.1 i Door Sedan .

j,I 11 ChetroM II I

I REPAIRS : I'n Special DeLuxe 2-[)<)ft Sedan >

I PAINTING and . -SPECIAL"j C j 4 II I I I II i I I III FULLER WARREN 46 Pick Dodge-Up Truck- I|1I I

k ANY MAKE CAR Lunch and Dinner II i I "Featuring Quntitv |
$1.00, j I: Vied Cart Only" I
Monroe Motors Inc.Y.ut NEXT GOVERNOR
I rrlandlT Teed Deal.r .. .....lIum";:::; I.m11tI1ll1nIIr
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VOTE for JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD for SHERIFF- Get Going-Be Sure To VOTE MAY.. 25th I

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' WEDNS8DAY. MAT 12. 1 11141..

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. ffiliton OUT IN THE OPEN .' - I ..;. .....;...ui..s......1 Your BBIHiSinuiaitiiiiiiuCBtoiniiiiiiiriaKUiJUiautiiiiifist: ... f PIE IN THE SKY" '__ .. Jtt C..>.&i. 3 3it I
West I .-- . ; i. Horoscope 1 1r
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.. Radio \ In j
........4 Defy tswpt ....... lyt .I i lE. Programs I\ey- .
v P.. .TJlAa. /pwta. a4 raw..... Dade county giandjtiry has recommended WEDNESDAY.jMAY; I I
a.NNAti. Do ..T1I.S. ....- ..... ...i.1...1 r Here we find a
** and ....... 12.1943-j ,
..... Tab au.. s.UtuasC.r. the legalizing of "bookies ;! tion, inclined to thrift Days Gone Bj} j!
p 0Neae Ilt4 All. 81..t. !
U K., "'..t adI Broward invention with good
I Oat, gy.111 wopap r county grand jurysubmitted a
:. M..r., CHaUt Daytime Summary' *. I conservation. There is a dangerof AS TAKEN THOM FILES OF!i
I report to a circuit court judge advocating SeIectM prsarat .s a. 1iat.e4. ...rare I attack from unexpected sources I THE CITIZEN OF ,
...- .....caat at tile sam*time 11_. .
attar. legalizing gambling in Florida. day tHrowo' Friday. Eat.rw local I I which may overturn yourbestlaid MAY 12. 1333 \I 'ii
t t.me. For csntral subtract Me knurl plans. This condition I
.. .,.. .......... lit t n.._........ap.ik.s. tlti4 credited t* The Dade jury amplified its recommendation for m unla>. subtract.tw. tours :should be carefully watched aDd It JnwpwmmwIsmwulnilw.aunll% =mnhlImuD 'ij
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-u N lri. ..r tprM... .......... .....t.. Is lkl. ....... And something that was not done t f t all sides of a question carefully !i A statewide school contest fora
1 .... .b. Isesl wwa ......... hm MAT 10 THROUGH MAT 14 considered that a new tack may t cover page fur the Overseas
by the jury in Broward. The Dade report .
u..lrn.1M .,. NATR.c Uo* l.*j 11:00tlon.7lnoon be taken to avoid as much as Highway program was
j". \ Year ._ . . '1Aa ...... favored the supervision of the betting by 1.oJ. T1lo possible. t today by Smith! general I
I ... Meet" __._ ..." 1 Bnaklan Club-abe chairman of the celebration cora- ,
ls Mf%* ru state officials so that the state could'ob- I
I- >r.* :Oklahoma Bonndup-cba
!' M.I ;' .:::::,r... .... .. ..21t. tain revenue'from the 'does Ozark Valley Folks-mt. Lake Erie averages /only 58 feet mUue. _" . ,; 1
r t b....r ,_ _. gambling, as if 10OO-J'h04 Waring Show-nb. and becauce of &shallop t '. 1t
,e- Haste For You-cb deep Mrs.. Linton Curry from *
o. rA11rNIlT1.1\a NAr1: legally racetrack betting.-, is unusally subject to sudden, s
My Story Dramaabo'iO31Hein. ness .a
M.d. K.*.. .A..aratloa cf tin WPA Sewing room, today I 1I
gambling is gambling wherever it of Bertals OBHalf storms. ."
f. !
-. Hour of Serials- -ha in a short address in tie| room, : I'LL. 1.14E +
.. r...ta. ..*=*rard! :aoTtniAH s4 tkaaka. reeol.t.... takes place, why discriminate in favor of Say It Wltk Music' -anu* . :gave a summary, of the number t 1 PEMOCRACY I
*f r-**.... .A>|i.-rr le... P..... eie, wUl N racetracks where millions of.dollarS t1CO-Arthur Godfrey Show-cba LEGALS .''of garments that had been nude j : : .
rs.i.*4 tr al ik s rare .( !. tie s iu s. are 11:3O-B.B Alexander Show-mis I RIGttr HERE ,
0 Jt4kro f.. .leet 4asMBt I r c.. rces fr .kKk since the work began. I Or4 -
r lost and ? The discrimination is offi- !: -Serials !>4 hrs.. -cba rfv i
...__ I. I. fc. *>rl4 ar t _M* a lla*.. won T.OTK-K I EAQTN.
.. T2.. (MU.a Ie sa .... ,.,.. aa4 1..ltM 411f. cial Aftaneee !, THE ColT' .11 D.JII! coinr.Ik in the second primarywill -
._. .. p MM** to*.e. ..4 *4..>rt s .( a-1 .r hypocraey. 12:00-Welcome TraYMn-aM' A>l1 POK MONHWK rut \T%. Voting
....411 ......... 'UN wttlroa ..t ...u... a..A7.51r However The Citizen favors now, and Kat. Smith Speaksmt.p12:30Words FLOHII. I'\ PHOBkTE.In begin tomorrow. County t
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-- . . re B-state ofGLENWOOD Judge Lord announces. Chief I
and JiI-be'
has favored for 25 years a national lottery Daily Band Coaterta-mbs A. MANtEl!> ..a't'd.*! i contest is between Pat Cannon + \l

the profits from which to be appliedto 1--OP< Uuiic Half Hour-nbc Nonce I* hrrhjr given! to all and Henry Filer for member of 1j j 1 1i 1t iJQNtt
PROVEMDrTS$ >rrv! WEST ':'*-Th. Happy Cane-tab* whom it. may concern that Oln- I from this district. ;
the liquidation of the nation's debt. Some 2:00- wood A. Manuel Sr., as congress
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN Four Hours of Serials-aba i
Queen fur a Day-mbs tor of the Estate ..f :Admlnbltra-I I
persons throw up their hands whenever 2:30-BrW. and Groom-aba Manual, lecfa." d. has County commissioners at a I

.... gambling of any kind is mentioned, but is Martin .Block Kecords-nabs tr Honorable Judge In RaymonU and for :Monroe R. Lord.("...'ounI I: meeting last night decided to set -
1. More Hotel and Apartments. OO-Doubl. Nothing cbs
or and :1 used in I
his Final .AC'C"O..nl" aside a sum to be payingfor
Florida .nty.1
2. Boch and Bathinf Pavilion. it not preferable to have a lottery under Ladies C* Seated-abc mad application for his <. ..- the Overseas
3:30-Th. Hous Party-cbs ... of Estate of I ._
;; 1. Airport -Land and Sea. government supervision than to have Paul Viblteman Recorda-alia lil.nwood Administrator A. Manuel the deo..a d.. Highway. The commissioners also .4

4. +Cowolidation) of County and gambling going on surreptitiously with the 4OO-Hi8t Hunt Quiz-cbs Dated :May 3rd. A. D. 1948.Ml I gave $1,000 for the highway! cele- J -
.. llanuel. Sr I .
4:30-Winner Take Alt-cbs C. ) HI"Dwec A. ? t
City Governments. only revenue derived from it, aside from Treasury Band Stand-abe *.. Administrator. of the K.state bration. j ;
Manuel I
L Community AuditoriumMONOGRAPU I:00RoburtQ.-- L wi-ebs of nienwood A. '
: what the gamblers get going to public KkM ; Hour nicest repeat*.JL .brlaterabc . deceased.mayli2,12,2c 1541.. 'I Proposals were discussed last i
and mba :
officials in the form of graft? 5:45-Uum and Abner- .''''-east I II. I I' night by city council for the operation .. i
in West but - - -
\bT1CF OK I'TE'TIO" 1"0 MAKE I of buses Key -- --
w ""Stop gambling, stop gambling!" ob- I. ...... II. APPLI'ATIOYOH.. Fl> .lI at the conclusion ail proposals TODAY IN HISTORY OJf Pt'WiMMatf: I1.(MiWvH

jectors to so-called legalized gambling de- NETWORK PROGRAMS! \ COURT 1)l OK CH1KGEt THE COCT2.JtiGI. ; were rejected. 1944-1RreM .)-*..'.i .111. w Ht.

:-: r .:. MO Mi OK C'OI.'T"". (Know America) spa 1d1. klile111. d *11r M .
clare. .
Gentle Readers: pEatttm Local Tim For central;; .
.,_tract .ne "'*_. '....1 inMjiflam iT4TE. 0' .'I.MUJII.- Key West Hospitality Band 1775-Men. of >Lchias. Maine ...... ..... aM _\ty .....21M4&SSS ,
This paper Is for the 70 Air Group Who is going to stop it, how is it going subtract-.n. cha two...*hour heur.r Seat relay.licatoMa.t t* ntIoca4 Intr ELLA tb E.<> Estate KEY of IV PROMITK under the direction; of Alfredo hearing about Lexington MM! M.aM gNeler .o HllVlskAlTM

because hither group i b ponderable. to be Mopped? The answer to that schedules..aat .......to IIWO. 1>ecea! ed. Barroso, will give a concert tonight Concord take the British "J rgaretta" ..ats Wfiii GOT- SurI111e
no changt, cannot b,9444, et4. Tn All Whom It May JCpnoern.Nollo : did
gum in
Beyvievv one
Parr first British hauled K.W44Aelarfeae
Harold flag
that -
ORACLE. question always i is, "Elect men to officeto : I- hereby given
;; THE J. Key filed his final report aj Administrator Sunday afternoon on the Aquarium down in the Revolution. 9111ri -16_
t enforce the law." ( WEDNESDAY 12 of the estate of I E Ills E- '
,&AVf grounds. .
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: Key. deceased that Jie nijetl bin petition 1789-Tammany Hall New a....- r..N.INs a M
Thousands of such men have been I..,..ia .' ( final- dlvharge. ami that l
-- foe York City, founded as the Society 194-1i. )It. w.MMMilw> v..M

;: ARMED SERVICES DEBATE elected in this and other countries, but ':Q3 I -NewscastEvery News!Report. I"s liar-Nln M2o.nbe. i he will R.apply Lord.to the County Honorable Judge Raymond of- many: Bobbie of her Ann little Albury friends entertained with a II of St. Tammany or the Columbian 11hwd. i11gt11ry .N t>........

Network Silent Hour-abc-easl :Monroe County. Florida on.the 15th Order.
gambling driven to cover still -continues.And Kiddies Hour vohme of Lake 1. ... 44 .Nw .....
1839-Fifth and last . is
Network Silent U hr.)-mbs-east name and for fInal discharge as I' her home at 525 Grinnell: street,
The battle between the' armed service it will continue as long as the human Kiddies Hour, (repeatmbrwest1:15Sports Administrator of the estate. of EllaE. sixth the famed Audubon's Tne Binds SIS fen amore ....... Dltgertm .a-

.: over the relative position to be occur race is ready to risk money to win more Guest Tails: :Music Time Tint-cbs*-nbe of. April.Key. deceased 1948. on this Z Uh day ''anniversary.in celebrating: her birthday of America"* off'the press in B hn- '' thowfth. the two .lalH are ...., M

Harold J. Key, burgh Scotland. ]mile' apart
Gambling has been going: on since e:3O-Chlcaye I Orchestra-cbs-east
pled by each In the scheme of national deenae t.uoi and Abner repeat-cljs.we t Administrator of the estateof 1844-Military force needed to
Mr. and Mrs. Carl and
think and will continue S Ella K. Key decease.- Curry
) man began to :*5-Newscast by Three- bc
/ haa produced a situation in Congressnhich Lowell Thomas trtpeat; ll) -cbsTrfW a pr.21-2lmayi-12.1945. the former's mother Mrs. Hattie I suppress PhiladiejhLa noting between .
t to go on as long as he lives on earth. Faced -Supner Chib -nbe-ba..Je. Curry, left yesterday to visit Native Americans and OFFICE
threaten, according to Secretary The Beulah Show-cbs .\ TUB flKftlT fOI ItT OF THKKI.KKTH Irish. SUTUW
with that fact, it is far better to bring News and CoA>.m* tarjr-abor JIUM-ltl. ('IR'IITOF relatives in Kentucky. {
ulton Lewis Jr. mbs ... KI.OIIII%. 1846 12* Dul 9tr. < P....t IM I
of Defense Jamea V. Forrestal to "unbal- national : Tilt ST'TK OK -Congress appropriate! *
gambling particularly lottery
a .
7:1*-News and Co..i.ej t--.bc. lAM. FOR MOM40K Cot %T' Mrs. Nellie Morris left yest rIday {l $10 million for the war with
a once" military establishment. out in the and it than Jack :Smith and Song e\tf-- l\ (:H..K'.
our supervise to
open Daily Commentary-abe'. ('..e >.. 1I-3KS.: : for Hendersonville. N. C. j Mexico. w. An Aeegh.q lRri.es is ;
oJ With universal military training before drive gambling into hiding, with the gov- 7.3O-T1w:News: Dinner Dai -nibs LOUIS WAYNE \VR :ilT.1'Uintiff.. I where she will spend the sum- :; 1912 Glenn Martin makes GRADUATION Da.JYDY Mf a
.. Roust Trb-sbc
them many members of Congress ernment obtaining no revenue from it. Bob! Cro by;> Club-cb.t: vs. ills OHCKOWTXNETH I mer. j jI I first air round trip over water ROYAL PORTIH.ETYPEWRITERS ,
lone Ranger Drama-abo : MILPREDVKHilT. 20 miles off CaJifomia'sto coast-
'"- have declared themselves in favor of a Finally in the early days of the Unit- To Be'A *Mjunce .. ... ; efemlant. Today The Citizen cays in an' make aviation history. i
74KaltenborD'CGtft.cJottl..' ,T*>:
1 seventy group air force which the Secre-v ed States, lotteries were I legalized, and Eu Morrow Newc" ;n/A' Owynneth ),UI.lred'ri b" editorial paragraph: j 1925-17 men make parachute '
,Sports Coms..at-tub. 22V.: 49th Street "Do, automobiles make us I lazy? jump at Army Air School, Chan- When Order plfd. w41gusraal.
tary charges "is a device to avoid U.M.T. from them money was obtained to build 1:00: Ctengls Pay Comedy-i-aib few York City. New York. Not it: ** record in aviationto
we are pedestrians. nte Field IlL. a
.American Melody Tin e--ct>s You ai>' h rel>y required to appearto ; .. cIeIi..wy for
r and other' aspects of a sound long-range colleges, hospitals' and roads and to help Mayor of the Tvwp-ab9 the Bill of Complaint for divorce.. 1 j that date. Grgdtt.tioa DoT
4 Special Agent-ai.s. f t la the J above st'Lc.i cause on r Subscribe to The Citizen. I I 1933-The A. A. A. Act signed (
materially in the operation of state ,
A. O.
; .program gov- .:JfGreat CUder lMV* *>b t j.4l .a before the 29JJ'dyof Ma) 10 __
tJ the aJUffation contained -
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As a result of the strong sentiment in ernments. Vex>r. C'hristiaa Pop Interview praioai-abc- cbs- therein Will. ne taken. as confessed. ,''U

Congress for a larger air force the De- Put gambling out in the open and 156-Five"High Adventure Xinutes Drama ws-cbs-mb*. _ "This. Order' l< to' be published once I' : 1

i'" : feiwe'Secretary haa agreed to an expansion' some of its chief evils will be eliminated. trBUly Rose CommeBt.-robs 'a ft week the Key for four\\'est consecutive(: Q5--Tb. (li13 rs.eratb ; *! Ii._ : ..> < ..
: 'Mp V bislt dr iJi<|'h Vitjtwf Key
from fifty-five to sixty combat but TourSong & Mine.cbai .
Abbott GiMeno-3b *
.* he maintain that the "real Issue" is the "For'years," said the little woman .:1t-Xe.Bl Uabri l Ueatter adeaatb., COmfnenlof JfKASl April,A.ORDERED l>. 1S1XRoss this :27th! #

: "I didn'tknow where husband (SEAL)
balenced planning of our military program. my spent :1 -District Attorney Drama-ebaJames C Sa..y..r.C'I.rk .

1. Mr. Forrestal takes fcsue with those his.. evenings. One night I got home early Melton Concert-cbs t of the CirHit i'.urt.
% who believe that the nation should have a and there he wa'\."-Golden Gates. ;J '\;";: e ;34y'dsdl'A D4faaMe Porthi.e C'oa.t)1, Ei'iiwycr.. .. ,
W.-OO--Tbe Big Story ama-q Dput) i rk.H14f7 .
*\ large air force, with minor departments TUe Whistler DFalIia-b. 1;. 4IburT.. EASY TO CARRY
inti Ctasbltvgest >
-*,: s } kelicltot I ;f fr 1Mcliff3aprtamav.1 HOME
, oruDuranU > m6. '-19.19415.
for the Army and Navy asserting that the ENTIRELY TOO LONG WJO-Ilmmy: Shew-nbTwo : : !

other branch Talks Times-ot
A 'are just : for '
k as necessary Cordon MacBa 5110.-110 lTHK (IKC1 IT ( 01 HT OK TIlE '
the national safety and maintaining that Since 1938, the Government of the California Melodws-mbs .;I.E. .:'\TII JlUMItL (.IH('. IT
UOO-xe.:: i: & Variety hrs.-nbNews .
the air United States has been attempting to l> %M> ...MONHOK.: ('UINTt.IN .
force in the event of war "could regu- &Variety. 2 hrs.cbsices .
Ac Dan<"ialf Hour-aba I
not conduct sustained operations without late the movie industry and now after ten :News, Dance: 2 brc.-iiibs \.. 11-31:
." the support of both Navy and Army." years the Supreme Court, in four decisions, 12: 0-Dancing Contlnuedbc.wellt HIatnllff.vs. Il111)R'L'JACK .

: The writer of this article has not been i has upheld practically all of an antitrustdecision TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow I vs.\Vo.1.I.A"P.IITII.. r
1i-fendant. -w
an advocate of unification for the armed against the film distribution practices ( America) I ORIIKIt UK "'. III.H"TIONTO e, ,.

sen-ices. The present squabble illustrates : of the Hollywood concerns. Bishop William T. Manning of : Jack. Wallace Smith.Kesulence . t

:t .K one of the dangers. We now have an ef- We calf attention to the matter, not to New York, retired Protestant t I It hereby (.'nkno..rd..r..1 n.that eon are I t }' At

', fort underway in which the various service discuss the merits of the Government's contentions land Episcopal 82 bishop, born in Eng- i required 114! l lf..r t..the appear.aim.ntnled on Max' <.:2 i.ur<1th.i '. t 1 Listen to "CLAUDIA" ,

are strenuously competing to dominate { but to point out that ten years is Dr.;' Mildred years H.ago.Mc.-.',e, president I against to the y"iii Hill in"f the Complaint al"tic entitled filed: WKWF 11:15 A.M.

." the preparedness program of the coun- entirely too long for the courts to take in ,of Wellesley College, Mass.. ,cause hereby and designated the K-r a..\\th-.---l n.i'.titrn.....pjper i, 0
: try disposing of the questions raised. The delay wartime commander of the Waves .In which thin <>ruli.
horn ParkviUe Mo, 48 I lashed enNf' weak .C. l>r- .ffnr < "n*
If the advocates of air power win. the is entirely due to the fact that the Gov- years'ago., seci-tive Witness,,'_the!wI. lIenoral.l.qlllhno, tiM S

_.. nation's defense will depend largely upon ernment of the United States, unlike the GQV William P. Lane Jr. of Ix>oez. Jiv'aa one of' tile Judjtrti. bfthki
Court and the St-al I .r 'hisCourt
aircraft. This may be the correct solution government of most countries, is, subjectto Maryland born in Hagerstown, In the "'iti of Key \".* KlorIda -
Md '-66 years ago. this ltlh day of April. I :: of our problem, but the chance exists that it the courts and their interpretation of Atyaney Johnston Grand Chief{ . C. Mot..y Clerk tlrevjt| < nrs '
might not be. Consequently we think thee law. of the Brotherhood of Locomotive .' .Monroe Count, Florida.tly' : l ; v J @ .,
Engineers, Cleveland, born in :' (...!> 'Kathl:.-n Nlne.. j +
which is
United States should maintain a strong In Great Britain fully en- irpu t\ -'U-rk '-
Canada 73 years ago. ,
; Navy a strong Army along with a strong titled to be recognized as a democratic nation Lincoln Ellsworth, noted ex- John G. Sawyer.Solicitor for I'laintiff. .y 0k 4 r. "

:r: Air Force and thus be in a position to meet there is no court with the power to plorer and civil negineer, bornin apr.Zl-28' :rna) -1!.nl'. 3 .

.* any military threat of the future. set aside an act of Parliament. The rightsof GOY Chicago Ingram 68 years M. Stainback ago. of 'OT..'.: UK (IPI.KTIOUK
I III IH.KT "MI VIKimM. Foil -
; The United States which happens to the people are protected by their legis- Hawaii born in Somerville, Term.. IM KPUHK UK IIKHIM. UH- '

= be'the richest nation in the world can afford lators, not by their judges. This does not 65 Prof.years William ago. Yandell Elliot, I T.JFTlOcD> \\A. \\11",\: 'IT -1.\t'cntJ Y_'(''I.\I"T"ONCKRVPursuant .r.x. Laws. l : : ,, if i
adequate defense. that the functions of the courts of .. ,
j; It can bear the mean noted Harvard professor of government of Florida. Acts .f li4i 1. r lainitt' nt i ; j

burden of increased strength in all) three Great Britain are inconsequential but it born in Murfreesboro, KrKUd Board i.f t'ommissionrr I'raiiiJK'Mivirii. of i B' rh erBlades .. ,

branches to be prepared for whatever means that they are subservient to the will Tenn.Leslie, 52 Carteris years ago., mystery storywriter I a I rainaKe budget; showing l iMnl' has th., ,dbt ompitted ;4 4t

= eventualities of war disclose. of the people when expressed by :statutes born in Singapore 41 I trim#-r ice during re.|Uir-mentv the year I'ginnh" f ih' ,,i "i,:

J We opposed unification of the armed enacted by the representatives of the pee years ago. the l"t day of ne\t Xoi..mlw tad
the :31st day <>r ill. -u.-
ending on
'..* services because'of the belief that the j ple. Niagara Falls erodes river.I eedjnic tK-tol,er. and the -...n>.. .ha, t J .
up been l Dlaced on file in the offfc .1!
three services if left alone to develop gtr t- I four or five feet annually. the cretarv of tl- Ulstn. ., "
i'It 7 Comeau Building. W'f'stI
-.. egg and tactics would give the nation a It i In up to the fault-finder to proposea i .I rtM.m Palm Keat'h. ..Iurl...... ... ... . ,..
!. eNannne. "oJ >hii
I Ioime> may
-m three-fold defense. Quite possibly, one remedy for the ills of which he complains I 9 ?7t mA j to notify that oak I H""rd will tM
J.t;: .
I at place .n th. trd dot
the nit
or other branches might be totally in or cease his fault-finding. i I of Junv. A. I>. It4.v, : .11 1"' .1 .i"t. ': y
error as to what B7 Biol. PALUOII ern Standard' Time ..f t i.. *.. d Ia)
kind I
of will .
occur. being not less than fifn days
Certainly the e from the date "f the firM iMii.lica--
French Arrny made this 4.154 TEACHERSIt
t I. hereof I for the purMis 1>1
: mistake and lost France. I.t is not h.-arint objections: awl .*-o.>M>IJ>iit-.
probable .
with resnect to said hu.Is tfcf -
that three armed services each planning is noted that General Dwight D OF>ARO KYERGLA1.lR4INA OF .'COMMISSBT iXERS(.E "j";.:

its own type of warfare would each makea Eisenhower in taking over his position as l" IHi>TRWT. ..
BjV.: I>. 1I1f SA RI'hChairman. 1
similar mistake. If our defense is dominated I the President of Columbia University assumes I .
by one type of thinking' however,, it : control of a fSO.OOO.OOOinsiitutionwith t l li4 t Ry: K. M. THROOP.Secretary. ..

is quite possible for the fatal error to leadto 1 a faculty of 4,154 and a student body mayl2iI'M: BOTTLES c
6 Ask for it tilt.T tr.1y.Mh
the defeat
of this country. of 31000. FOR '

The ratio of students to faculty memo 1 tmJc-nurkt mn f W u.I Mi.ut. .
You, Grocer SELLS That Good I Plus Deposit ..
One witness before a recent Congressional bers will surprise those who are only fa re ar 1.
committee asserted' that he represented miliar with the efforts of smaller institutions I! IOTT1ID UNDft AUTHOtllT Of IMC COCA-COIA COMfANf |T J

20,000,000 young people which to secure a competent teaching staff. "Maybe ft's unfair U the teas UtCeu AMERICAN COFFEE KEY WEST COCA-COLA BOTTLING COM12A.Y4f :
and CwaoiuaisU arc&lot*lik.. and CUBAN : .
probably fooled nobody, including the It illustrates what money will do, even foj It don't take a weal Wdefri to .T-Try A Pound TodaY'-, .s..tv c..r.i.+6.... J

brother making the statement a university. make you nighty nnc BfortftU.!!* , 1 I. .. '7 t

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I i ; .wff4'WNY- I"iil. ',. r Helen HayeCTetfs = How OC V *

Weigh nby On Charm If ', N.GCS. .. "

t Scale .. DEFENSE IK! 'Diival FORCES 6 eet '"'" f 1 Make "OW Warriors". Chicken ,Pie

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i t} 'a : t = I "Although my career ke@pe: me Urnfcljr k*,|-." say Helen Hayes, dat
I 1.i .....;'e .3' ."..'IIJJWUJIU"t. i tin=utahed stafe. screen and radio actrcas.,"I manage te spend soma .
> WEDNESDAY time m njxUich6n each day. I Me te'outfit and best at all, I Iii-
t to uaXe'tkU ealikea pic": _
aw? J:CO PH 11:00 .AI-diUia.rdS .
Ping Pong Writing Room. e--. "<)M Warriwn liicLen PL
Showers. J Wo (( *r I ltd> 1 *n 1IIa(4 bolted efef '
4i:34 P.IL.' 5:00 P.M.- 06pitalp..tienta' I >+ .. cans of French much mh MI* pepper .
a rooms (rmh mashroonia 1 ttbtetpoaa. of cbOf>..*J -
Fishing Party,
joint ? ; E dxrfcai dui r of p i program NCCS, YMCA and't. I pie crud .
Red Cross. T (fur eight l"d r
7:00 P.M. 8:00 PM. .
-Boxing Store ben in refrigerator for 24 hoars. Boil as rod '
s .
Training, PAL Equipment. '. ; r woalti fur .a'aol cad add everennijc aa desired At
1:00 P.M. 8-39 fcL. Sewing ; r ; : |Q.,T rblrlen to mAl ard ,soak In cooblDf water.for
Crass.Navy Wives. Bf ..'!4: another 21 feour Thru .\iDleI( all f&(1I1.ul.bare,
. 7.30 PJiI.830 P&L Spanish -' rise t$ top of jwt and..>laee ia clean raved rat tea.s .
.. Halve wukhraoBM and
Class lor Beginners; Miss Helen Hayes.
t T L riiirhen and Mate a layer in bottom .( deep bating;
Iten ond. i
ji + dl&h Then add a layer p(*lired egjs and a layer III_..C UIlla. Krpeat
.-. : 8 JO P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Dancing. layer until dish i s full. Meantime, boil away half at4be teefc- fo
:---rUr.sDA which tbe chicken was cooked And pour reaiainder lets iislu Cor r
tr4% with a very short.pie crust and bake as an fdmary.ple. '
r '.00 AM. 5:00 PM.-Sewing,
Machine, Typewriter., Wnt i No matter bow.lMNIy I am. says Miss Ha-... "I era to It that all
ing Room Showers. I my used kitchen fate and table scrape are calraced. Its really smart
and for meat dealers veil for "
FRAY thrifty pay every pobud turned In. ;
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tOO AM. 5.00 PM. Sewing I i
Machine Typewriter Writing When a. volcanic explosion f Wtien browning meat fin*a
; 1// Room. Showers. blasted out the- bed tor 'Lake winter stew add about one quarter -
SATURDAYt:00 | Apoya in Nicaragua in 1835. the cup diced matt-pork.Then cook I
.. now.>e was heard in Bogota i,100 the pork right in the stew. Salt '
P.M. 6 00 P... Picnic -
: -- miles away. I pork add* fullness to flavor.
I Fishing (sign uo in advance) ...:-

IC-.30 AJJ SUNDAY- ll0 A. L Com.

munwn Breakfast White ,
Hat Club U. S. Sub Bat. Overseas Transportation

(2nd Sunday). ,
t.OO P.M. 1:00 PM-Fishing .
Trip (signup jn advance). Company Inci : !
Information services, bQusiJ\g.1
Tii.Toi (:!U.tUIIl'di ... For "hilly. .JIm". IIN.1 jl -ity ni4ps.Celigious. ,I -' :. . i
literature, library- Fast. Dependable 4.ppre.a-SenrKe
} Fright
>r Brmr CLARKE *-- telephones stamps, wrapping am?I "
J AP ........,.. ..."ay E4i1. mailing packages, railway ex- '
.... "her child. She .hi>U1d. Iwwwr MIAMI and KEY 1PEST
.r.* litilr gins &n't gnaw press sej.ice- laundry pick-up-
invite hv
up !.. Lr Itrvrly. f.* ynungfiiM utuppet to the wash available to all defense forces I
LadiesL rant bUwtr ili.uM basin when she scrubs her fan. and, their families. i t Also Serving,ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS
......N1g (MwrMMM than *%.rr cure vr prdicurr. Executive Secretary t t t
Kkprrully w hen she U brush i
fry must Mrl habit
patterns '
for ins her Lair which u one of Uutiiarni Express Schedule: :
tfwhu Secretary
>r whtW alw U (tilltobjr. a !
Urwmlnf gifW ...}* tki not trirks little girls ran de (No Stops En Routs) '
/fMiMl la luut MH'> PTTMUMVIIrvktatrtit vrlvp sot ly. mother tluaild en A soil covering of phait roofing 1 LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT s
atswtur may toms 1M fourace daughter iu perform. offers an effective means of SUNDAYS) at 9.00 P.M. Ar.
s tact rw brrot.t.starr ritual with her Their Lr&Jil protecting the house without abasement rives at Miami at 12:00 o'clock. Mid
able in "dully and nut" sets Mnallhaiibruahea : room night .
dampness, suggests -
.... trip nmvinringtUucJitor
....... fur lath uihiei the Department of Agrurulufe. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT
Uw.t .... pays t4( .
and her doll nd hairbrush
) "* a Its studies showed that SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock Mid-
U .lMt aria a ttvrly. ea*. pU that me Mwion with dully, whose hail houses built on wet sites became night and arrives at Key West aJ .
U- wty I *M t..uty do .. A little -
may Ihow tmprovrmrnt. will ronrinr dry within. three months after :00 o'clock A.M. ":
tyke Hiuaat'l tkuO., ItS.% niwthvt4tiuir your little inoppet.Tvtch -
the roofingas rolled out on the
Schedule '
rlwim te tntui-h the rrmultn.l her u wild the tooth ,-'il. Local :
... e..erlrttal. Mvthsv Nrwsid mekaa bru ts. girt her colorful "'tu.l (StoPs At All Intermediate Points)
tip Iq psswale gaol .......us... c1..thn and intcrrstinx anima ... I LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY EX.
.__ .... ... CEPT SUNDAYS) at 8.09 o'clock .
---- -- - Electrical Appliances A. M. and arrives at Miami at ':00
i : "W'-_ ., -- -- o'clock P. M.
The lI.'unue Rives 2.325 Mesco Electric
I WIu is 1)t4jg miba Ion*. LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT .
ROASTER. 13.95 SUNDAYS) et 9:09 o'clock A. M. and
at wARME1) tmmmummmmn8TRONO ... Automatic Tualilrrto arrives at Key West at 5:CO o'clock ;
SElLVICESY.M.t ARM BKAtfD COFFEI'MI' S18.9S 8ul' 822,1H> P.M. .r

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*_ l TRADER MAIN OFFICE and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton Fra&cte Stt. \

I I II Ml Grocer '- 718 Dural St. Phone 1000 PHONES! 92 AND 93

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..13 sad W4W.P.N and. tattud.t rrt4a llu[ssj4 OrrhcvUa.Hi ., JV.4Mc4.ndUovw J A HOUSE DIVIDED .. : :

are r. )C- *.. :
*|,>. ...--&....n>| Show. tea. :
(tut aaDuUIIini halhr at the Club i costs you !

1.41 A. ...Java Club dl cukM *-

!.M Pan f>. U._-CUM1 Hour lee GO ALL-ELECTRIC i .

1Kt..s..s atlnuuwroJ.
t M P. M.--Fk..4ftH> ....ur on ,
the PaUo. CeemmuMly Sing104. '

piano.1ft IWatik. Uotn at the i SAVE TIME WORK AND MONEY :. :

tJU P. M.-CWfr. IU ur.Camrr S . .
Club MM*** car)
Thul....,. at 860 P. M. r. .
U. S. O. ....t'aceU.....' tsertine A HOUSE DIVIDED between electricity and oldfashionedq .
Or8ntt..tMi.iV rvt-ry 2mand methods costs YOU more because its less efficient.

4th U. 0yOanwr COMPLETELY electrified homes, using low-cost. easy-to op- '_ ..
Room: Chines* CKktra ,eraiav Ume*atad-laborsaving electrical conveniences, mean BET .
s tress. rants pmpunc.. ptiuitHiA TER living. EASIER work and LOWER cost. .
< dk Itbt..,. rurtrni The EXCLUSIVE use of electricity costs you less because you .
wsaga > >< VBihHM UhU **me* tots employ the BEST method for every job at the LOW COST .
etc. AlJ-EUcuic rate.
Shown. t.r..*. ra kits. tuliclut .
*. .W....., tut... cameras DOS'
ilttckinf arrvkv. Tim aerkmatluig use two or more services whsn ONE MORE for LESS. .

and wrapping p.srkasesrrceirtng CO ALL-ELECTRIC: It pays-in lower costs. less work. .
more time for pleasure. greater profits and better health.GO .
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'By Cameron Dockery

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Information for the Advertisers ...... ""-- .

." RATE FOR REGULAR< aid PATVEVT Chapter 22 skewers from the Chinese cook? Then JaA tOed
BLACKFACE TTFB Payment for classified advertisements 1 I want this to realistic." to Julia. . .
Y accosted Johanson -
is invariably in advance but VITHZN Vmce Vine* fend a c.-=a
Advertisements under this head regular advertisers with ledger ac-
milt be Inserted In The Citizen at counts may have their adverti on the sunlit terrace the AFTER breakfast they aD his ah 1.
the rate of. Sc a word for each !.- mentK Vharred. next morning there was an unusual up to Hugh's oldbedroom tretEilis
ertJ"B.. but the minimum charge for PiaUCATIO DE.&DLIg .I r all but the servants- Julia took tawcompetently. b.w and
the first la words or less Is :0(. To Insure publication copy mast i twikle in the investigator'si .
The rate for Markfar type U Sc a be in CiUxea office ifvi4 11 i: He/was-struggling with the their archery trials were to come k
A word and the minimum charge for clock aet morning of the day' later. Hugh peered at Vince in
: the first li words is 4ic. of publication. ..tAll / + cumbersome bulk of a straw and his odd gnome-like way. "Are we straight. sho.ld WItlttad
'. .. canvas archery target. ?" he asked. to eaptNtN tiltswfiti.an's
./ < going to play a game
'" This is Sophie's ,stand-in." he '"Yes. the naval officer lied and aecta.7 1aaEwt.a
a eer v T-' advertising Is accepted under the following n"itl..ns--'iJ .Javert explained' patting' it cautiously. of conscience. Her words war. to the
...... .'., -if error In advertising, transient, or contract. The Citizen.-will. .. ?: suffered a twinge the other the melon[ ghee tr htr
.. responsible. only for the first insertion In "1....,.*,. A4vrtl'liiav and "What are you planning now "You were so good for Vim atom"
.. Okplay '.v..I.I.C for only the actual amount of space occupied by .1 Vince asked. afternoon we all want you to Her av.w 1.1
C part of the advertisement here the error,occurs. "An' archery exhibition to be show us how you do it" than HMI's
: s f.. .; ..' . . . . . . .'. . ... .'. _ _ onducted from Hugh's bedroom Have you ever shot from this hale
- - - - - HughY.loban-

I ,..; .. : FOR SALE OR ; E-I r 'FOR':SALE USED CARS window-"You don't think the murdererwill son pointed before.the to fiaestoned the window terrace.that said tittat.d W

.. 1F overlooked
him- The i.t.ndar fkydbow.
be fool enough to give
f' 1933 Chrysler New York 1934 I '"Yes I haveHugh eyes .
SpecialOr Chevrolet Master Tudor. self away! "but it wasn't very He was abig we..
will trade this automobileand $150.00 as is. Good engine fair "Not at archery but he may good.clouded" ruler. He rdtlsa&sd the

1942 Duo trailer for late tires, good body. Apply 30-2 emotionally." < The others were watchingJohanson a

model car Plymouth or Chev- Poinciana Place. may 12-3lx "Then you've discarded Hughas speculatively as though in their into ears.de want

.rolet. 3535 Duck Ave., after 4 the k.il1erY" Vince felt relieved. he had taken leave of his senses. target stared at hiss with pal awn.

P.M. may 10-3tx 1942. Buick Super Sedan. 1946 More or less" Johanson ad All but the two Donovans who fit Mc flnr..d as'
I mitted. "When I caught him last seemed fascinated by Huch- ,
engine. Excellent red
FOR SALE I Apply 30-2 Poinciana Place. night he let out a yip like a they were unable to take their Orvous s'
I frightened child. After that he I ey o him was nest "Ilia
may2-3tx just babbled about his tree house I .All right HughJohanson lows!" he yro/s1.d
House. next to Citizen office on where he'd been hiding and handed him the bow and arrows
his wavered
Greene Street. Must be removed WANTED TO BUY I asked for Sophie. I felt it was "Xou show us how it's done. The off into arrow a lower bed .a
this side of
or torn down for salvage just too damned genuine to be' archery target is just" John Buerrt took
1 Small. boat trailer. Phone act. Besides. look at this!" pool.excavation.. .
of lumber. may 11-61 . 665-W. an Realization of the meaning of He drew beck the it
From his pocket he
mayll-3tx Surely be could do
and held it out this trial dawned on the othen'taces
gold signet ring
that! He held hu
i upper ito
White outside white frowned at
paint enamel then. Hugh
his spatulate palm. An elaborate
on tot
Desire'to his body and tits
$2.75 gal. Doherty & Co.-i purchase home. Price D was set in the seaL them. "This is my only bow swe .
with a i1g
must_ be ....onable. Please stood 'must be carefuL I wanted to alipb
846 Olivia, corner Packer. Call "That letter could have tfcnt
mn so A
I writ take in with me to Glands bat
full details' t6Mi for Dukane, Donovan or Deve-
,,1597, .. mayltft than Julia* n was ay
C.- but after'what told me Sophiewouldn't me.
** Nichols. 123 N. Mole.. Faux you he wasn't trying and
about following Sonia last night Thereby signing
Phfl.dtlphia 2. Pa.maylOrl2141719216t. who knew it"Archery
Plumbing supplIes. 'complete Vince un-
.' there doesn't seem to be much rant
stock. Plastic tile paints and ; in easily. say
I doubt. I found it yesterday said sullenly and her
brushes. Murray's Plumbing, I Mannley's bedroom." With experienced fingers Hugh .
1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami Wanted To Buy-Apartment-size "But all it proves is 'that she braced the bow drew back the to the silken wveatigatorthin brow
went Itl>!
I and released the arrow. It
Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-t gas range. Phone 73. lost it there. string ly but be was silent
Johanson nodded. "Yes. but if fell short of the target by several *
C ... may2-2tx, To Vine** nund the
she didn't conneet it with something yards.
Small motorcycle mechanically unpleasant in her mind why ,missed. !" he exclaimed. "The been a failure and rf
FOR- proieed be
OK. Excellent tires, economical IIENT=APARTMENTS did she go hunting for it in the target's too far let me try it : his had reward welt by it,Min

transportation. Apply 3001 middle of the night" again." I MM toes.
Harris. mayS-tf t Furnished apartment: 3 rooms "Afraid if you found it it would >The results were the same and express What were they lev
and bath.> Maid and janitor incriminate her in the murder. I Hugh reached for another arrow Bod Donovan
a visibly
service, linens and utilities suppose., After all she's a for- but. Vince put out a restraining I.
ttttto who
Notes (Promissary, Ic ea.cn. Art else it. vous man
f eigner and in a rather precarious arm- ."Let someone try
man Press. Citizen Bld phone furnished. Summer rates. Coral Hugh with inch ap TIHI m>en
'H tef Apartments position. took the bow that they a* i
opposite ,Sooia's curved
long fingers
51. tnarl5-t| A monosyllabic grunt was
sound of his Adaae%
I Post:'PJt ce.. maylO-lOt Johanson's answer to that theory.. about the bow. She handled it the juggling m his ton dry
He crossed to a wroughtironbench gingerly as though it were some
Howard upright piano. $200.00. : And then they all atirttid
:Alf vnewi handful of explosive ready to backfire -
furnished apartment and picked up a weapon
"Poinciana. ound' U
After 5 44-2 ot-or ors HsiMt"srrv
p-m. arrows. "Found these in the : .Her arrow merely looped
jalousied electric ,
refrigeration 'i.4Y..y 5$ tit. situ
maylO-3tx and fell to
basement with some of the fur- over ttie window ledge .
hot \valcr, : o.oo n U n .
pel niture from Hugh's room. Say the flagstones below Iris Dono i-'i'intl 3 "salt 4

Diver easy chair, platform rocker -,_ month 101 Division StreetPinw' Bonnay will you get a few meat van's attempt was equally pec-..I (Te b e e41..dif
Plaza Apartments. 4.
bookcase, smoking stand,

hassock and end table. After I L may6-ti WILL YOU SMILE? <<

1 5 pm442 Poinciana. ,
Efficiency apartments, all utili-

: may 10-3tx I ties furnished. Adults only. Also Reminded j y ..iO -

sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00
14 tkiff, 5 h.p. Champion de-
double. Stutz Hotel, 410 Fleming An abSEc.:--ninded mart called
C luxe outboard motor, oars, an-,
t Street. may7-tl upon his old friend the family
ihor-4' cast net. Glass but,. .... :
doctor AlVr chatting for a couple!
pole and!!
S torn bucket grains Furnished apartment Near beach of hours, the doctor saw him to
fishing tackle. A real bargain. the door and as he was shaking
Couple only. No pets. Phone
$250 Takes all. ..MoU 205iW-l'only], 226. may10,3tjt hands, said: "Come again soon, i e c--
'three months old. Phone
old chap. Family all well I sup-
r Furnished.. apartment electric pose?"
,' '"Good heavensexclaimed his '
linens, and kitchen
mahogany Sclh-Thomas I utensils furnished. Two blocks visitor: "that reminds me. mywife's
'chime clock. Telephone 740ILmayll6tx
_ : from {beach. Couple only in a fit"Subscribe

:. Phone.. !&-&L maylO-5tx to The Citizen. j

t 194Z Nash or. 4-door sedan.
. . Live Comfort
new tires seat covers battery. N.
motor ,
radio "heater. Complete
overhaul. Guaranteed. $995. Steven rfolel Apts., Rates $15-0( e

See at 38 Rest: Beach. I per vi eek. Phone 1473. Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture i
commercial Phone 789. y
may I 13txTwp
} may 11-tf

pre-war ice boxes. Good' Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment.
condition. Phone 490-M. Utilities furnished. $69.00 LOST ..

may ll-3tx I monthly,. Couple only. Apply
916 Windsor Lane. Lady's wallet in Bank. Finder
please return wallet and keys 1i r.
New Servel refrigerator. mayll-tf
I Keep 51-1 Poinciana
money. t
Phone 576-M. may 11-3tx
3-room' No questions asked.
apartment and bath on
SIGNS-"For Rent. Rooms Fors beach. Four bcCs. local lot mayll.3tx

Rent," "Apartment For Rent. children. 1-room apartment

THE ARTMAN PRESS. twin beds, shower on beach. Black Puppy with white mark
octl-tf 1 ings. 2 months old with black
Lovely: new house, three rooms .
and white harness. Answers to .- ; _
and bath. :;
Mahogany (junior dining room Children and pct name "Lassie." Phone 892-M. ifiI# ,/" e- w

suite table buffet. six chairs, I wanted. Phone 605-W. (Louise Byrd). mayll-3tx PYGMY ELEPHANT Mancle O'Brl*.'s efrr

tr . felt table covers, $100.00. 1020 I may2-2tx candy is spurned by this pygmy cT pliant at the winter .......
Fleming St., Automat Laundry. FOUND ef Daiiey Brothers Circus in Gonzales. Tex. Ar..Ml 1:4ash t....,
. mayll-2tx:I I FOR RENT-COTTAGES j jSkiff. ji brought the orphaned ete b.ua from Madras, ......
i ___ .....
1941 Ford convertible coupe su- J,Small Utilities furnished Owner may have same by :
cottage. Subscribe To The 25e 1
per deluxe. A-l condition. Apply I Cpyple only. a Apply 800 Si- Fleming identifying.St. R. A. Merkey.11-3tJli 1129 Citizen: eeIt
M-5 Ft. Taylor. monton St mayll-3tx .
I -- -- - -
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mayll-5tx I .. .. .. .... -- -- --- - 4
Completely furnished cottage for I -

Business for sale. Bakery all light housekeeping, including I <

equipped. Priced right for quick I linen service. Young's Tourist

sale. Terms. Established busi-I Rest 1721 Flagler, Telephone

ness. Husband transferred reason 1172-J. may2-ltx Your Reliable
I Photographer
for selling. Or will sell! :

equipment. Phone 1473-J. :I FOR RENTROOMSI i


1 I Light housekeeping rooms. $5.00 i Does not make misleading statements,
Three-piece bedroom suite. See I ,
to $15.00 per week. 411 I. offers MEMBER.agSSSfe
Mr. Green. Navy Trailer Court, Street. may4-lmox or promises.

White and United Streets. I I

mayl03txNew 'OVERSEAS HOTEL Takes an interest in the portraits he ..,

917 Fleming Street makes of and
you your family. Q I.
and used trailers. Gulf I Weekly Rates I .

Stream Trailer Park. $3.00 to $10.00 without Bath !
may 8-6tx $12.00 to $15.00 with Bath i O Employs people in the locality. q 70

i maylO-tf ..

Three-burner oven and broiler I Sells photographs the e r
: at same price to .

.. gas$13.00.range.916 Windsor Good Lan condition. Large.breakfast cooL privileges sleeping rooms if desired.with i < all. No extra or hidden prices. tp V .

i N
< mayl2-ltx I Young's Tourist Rest. 1721

Flagler Ave., 1172-J. Helps, through his taxes, to support A iu '.

.. Dining table and 5 chairs. Reasonable. may 12-1 tx the local community. c fii ..

: Apply 1420 6th St.
. it

may23txGas Furnished$7.50 double.rooms 626, $6.25 Grinnell single.St.mayl24tx. i . Takes pride in quality workmanship. ON 0

stove. pair skates. Apply
837 Olivia St. mayl2-6tx t j LOOK FOR THIS

) MISCELLANEOUSWashers The P.A.of A. recommends that you patronize EMBLEM Ii

\ Sandwich Sh<.'p. with beer and i
studios which are reliable. Save yourself
wine. on the main street-the
irons vacuums and
embarrassment and dissatisfaction. 7,000 MEMBERS
best spot in town. Now doing fans repaired. CTBriaLt. Phone -

$700 weekly will do $1200 dui l 64-M. may 1-tf i

in season. A real moneymaker i !

for a live-wire that wants to For guaranteed plumbing and repairs i The largest Association of Professional Photographers in the World
I work. Business and fixtures. I Free estimate. Call 'r

$3.800. Write Box XV, c/0 John Curry 512 Margaret St f

Citizen. may 12-6t\ t Phone 8L mayl-tf

3 The Photographers' Association of America .

For Sale-Acronca Trailer. 184 Ii Humane Society has: two attractive r: 520 CAXTON BUILDING CLEVELAND rt
hours since overhaul. Excellent Terrier pups (female) for 13 OHIO .

condition. 3411 Ave. -E". adoption. Phone 1050-J. )1 I _f

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I BENNY'S : WnERE i TAtmIV iu *11 When v 'and.certain thu.product.ijodoubirtowh.r.or rills UlKtllUKi WILL DIRE lUU J

H TROPICAL .. ... ..........-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--..--.-_----------------- s
S : Motor Court :........ ....,-.1 .... JII ......................I 555555S5i ... ; ----------- --- :
PHONE 1000
r 2.* 0.(MK.)*T Simuntoit'Management Si. S DUVAL Nice Selection{ of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS .'.:.If I t I s Fl oCtriCuWE I E REPAIR SELL ITI ITI 1 .:'' A f,. :: .POOR OLD CRAIG j: I[ B

.! BENNY FERNANDEZ '': ,: Plenty of Action Toys for the Children: ; : We Will CaD For and DefoerSO : WHITE STARCLEANERS : Service Station ::- r
sf : Serving . :. SEE oURSHOWING : (j7 Years' Experience in Electrical: Work : .
.. 5 i ieee S
Electrical PHONE IIM I
BncAstrAST. 1 to it of, Appliances : : 3. H BRADY. Manager .
h h1 LUNCHEON.DINNER. 11:30 to 2 : **..*.a....,..., ..,>v. ,....%3...0ft.a. ....... : l.LCO.1211 Duval Street :': : Marco Mesa Jr. Prop. : : Francis and Division 8tr* ta :: t
k I to tM : a ....... :. ..: . : : .. :: ELECTRIC TELEPHONE U : 701 DUVAL STREET Tires Tubes Batteries Aulo Accessories ; : 1 i,

T t The Beat of Steaks, : r.HOME SUNDRYSTORE .i i :...........................................'I; 122 SIMONTON T STREET : ......TOOT.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"............. i..
Short Orders-Sandwiches : .....................: :............N...... ; Dry Cleaning ............................................. .'
It At AU Hours .
r :: : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE. ST.. 'J J"Your : '
; and :
Try Our FtouaT. S 'PRITCHARDS. RUSSELL'SDRY ; ; Pressing : AUTO AND ,
InTiled !
: ; : Free Pick-Up and ; BODY SHOP : a
J Open D-ily and Sunday. :: : Ice Cream .Proprietary Medicini If !: FUNERAL i Delivery Service .
: .;.....1.AM.....to..Midnight...........:: : Sick Room Supplies .School Supplies"" : :. :S GOODS : .: SUITS for MEN : 603.05 GREENE STREET ; I '
: Toilet Preparations and Articles : : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : and WOMENMadetoMeasurc : Auto Painting S45 to 55500
.................. .............................. :. : S : \ : : t I
> :;t ...................... ...... .......... ...... .: Let Those Srrre .. PHONE 373Specializing : .: PHONE 282 : : BODY and FENDER REPAIRS : .
[ ? : ,, Who Serve Best : : ......................- ...................f........................... [ ,

! ,S i GOMEZFURNITURE : X20 MUMFORD j DUVAL and STREETExclusive ROSS-; ; .; :.: WE HAVE NEVER TRUST- :..:. in' ....................... :-..................................BEAUTY..........: -, j I. .
: CO. Monroe County Distributors for : : WE NEVER WILL .:: :.: JV o III en's and : CAROLYNOrerscas i SIIOPPE ; I I
: . LOPEZ : Hotel SIS Fleming St. .
WO DUVAL STREET : Carrier Air-Conditioning: .i .
: Juvenile Furniture : : : Ambulance Service ::: Children'sTelephone : f DONALD BARBER .
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE : for Domestic and Commercial Us0 : : 548 : : : Funeral Service We Specialize la

" : : .;..w.133................PHONES................._._...81SO......: : Never. Sleeps .: Apparel : Established 1885 :, :. A 1Sealy Treatments. Hair Dyeing; 8 8I 8I 8S
. : Plastic Inlaid. CongoleumAxralniler : .... .. ..... .'-.'........... ....... ......................, I'hUUea7J ALL TTPK! or!HKLKH MA"'ES.CCRTUPKRMAftKNT 1i.
I BroadieltRADIOS : .... .. .. ..... Licensed Funeral ............................................ I
. and HOTFOINTI ;'; I, : Directors and : e ... ....S !.- .....:
. T : J. A.: MYERS Embalmers'2,1.llo11r : .sTw.s: BEAUTY NOOK. = '

: I Appliances Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances- : : : Scientific Beauty Culture \\1.' ,
1 : Terms Ananqed" : Washing! ; Machiucs for Immediate ,Delivery : licensedPAINTING : in All Branches ;; :
OPEN TILL 9.00 P.M. ; ,, : Ambulance : : Thoroughly Experienced ',\
..: : MON. and SAT. HOME APPLIANCE60S : Contractor Operators I '
: S
t ....................... SIMONTON STREET PHONE IIe Service Soft Water II:*d Exclusively .
.. ..................................e*..*..e.*.:-. :' FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED :" : Phone 637 536 Fleming St. / :

..................... :................ -................................. :....Telephone........SlZ7.....11....Duval.....StrMt......Jefferson.......Hotel.........; :....Phone.....135...-..Night.....696....: ,.......................... .......\...........s. k
: .........................e.................... .......................... _
i PRICE TOURS i Key West Garden & Lawn Supply : .: When You Want__'CASTER, BETTER- ;, ....................... : Former Customers Friends and the Public Invited S H

: SIC FLEMING STREET PHONE '1013 : SANDING : Frances Beauty Salon' ;
, !\ : : Key West FlaSOUVENIRS. : : \ I' I
PassengerRepresentative* : i Full PET SUPPLY Line ;fj : On Old or New Floors-CALL. US FOR AN ESTIMATE ; 1010 Frances GRINNELL Park. Owner STREET : '', I

. forFLORIDA : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line ; : Guaranteed Work Modern Methods : : Beauty Culture in all its Phases I i
, DOUGLAS TREVOR CONCH SHELLS : r Permanents Scalp Treatments : I
: EAST Courteous Service and : : i
; : Delivery l
AH Sizes
.................................................. :; 1829 Harrid( A\ertue Phone 1374-R ; ; Facials Shampoo Manicuring : f. I

l COAST Vow Loeatad RAILWAY Next : .........ei..e................................... ...:................................:.......................................................... COCOANUTSSPONGES :...55..5555.55555555................For...Appoinrment..5555........5.....Phone..........1331........5...........!, 1.' t I

: Save 20% ?. : CASA CAYO : i j
I ; Marl\ antI Soil : :
DR. 0605OFFICE oa dweU Dgs. Ii Ire. Insurance : Landscaping. Top : .. : Marion IlUESO / ;1.... : K j }
: : mere:a. D house-t J 1 INSURING. with : TOP SOIL.S&SO PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK : :: BEAUTY SALON : i.Soutbernmosf
. : FLCKXMO. STREET : ., hold bldg and ; : MARL HAULED;$5.00 for 4 YARDS : Will Snip to Any Part : : House in U.s.A. g : !
perAtlantic Mutual fire Insurance Co. Reasonable : of 1/.S. or Canada : 1400 Dural Street Telephone 13" i ;
lieu oC.1*,Coach Hotel ; aonal eft acts. .: Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very ; : ..
s Save 15% onl AU Polldef Non-Aueuable. : : : Marcy\ S. Palacio : Expert Hair Tinting .Hair.Cutting/... -+, i
PHONE 124 1021 Olivia St. Personalized Permanent StyliaCorectir It v ;
Mercantile. ,6' .ASt.ddc G 'ttrih'IC''H :. ; f
dt j. L. Crusoe, Phone.6, r
ag 401 South Street Facials .
? ? eeeeeeeev* .4 ... ., . .: : e PHONE 801 ; : .t7 f
".'S ..- .',' ........\.-'.. .................................... :............................................. .:...KEY....WEST.......FLORIDA........ :.....*..Exclusive........but..Not...Expensive.........*........--1......... a 'I'
.: ...........-:............. .......... ............r................. ....... f'1.. ...... ..... ...COFFEE.. ... ..SHOP.. . .. .....................e .................................For...More.....Nat.....- i; i I
>j : ural Hair Tint 'I!
Ride the Bus to the : : B.&B.: CYCLE SHOP : : lift DUVAL STREET : REAL ESTATE : In4or rmest kin

GOLF COURSE : 822 Fleming St. R M.Daniels.Prop. Phone-1013 : : Open Daily and Sunday : : Sale :. PermanentWaves. . 2

Cushman Motor\ Scooters :: SERVING 5 P.M. to 1*A.M.\ :: : Appraisals : R I
j i 1/inners Leases : 7 Beauty j .
: Soles and Service Immediate Delivery ; :
Rentals .
Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE :
: BICYCLE : PRICES --. Management Colony i t

'I TAKE .Buddy Seats V* Rental* Service: 555555555.........55555555555555555555555SSSS5SS5S5SSS................................... : Properties Imprortd in and Key Vacant West :; .: r 521 Street Southard 2. :\ .:
: ; : : and Monroe County f Next to SouthJ
BUS Parking HagsWindshields : : +'" .
INStJRAKCEFIRE R ernmost Beauty
..: N0.to the 1 :; ') : : : J. OTTO : School I
O Footrests : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE ; : f r' *
.i 411 Fleming Street : v Most Modernin :
: Have Fun : Also DAYTON BICYCLES and Key West Insurance Co. \ : : SIS Whitehead Str..t : 14 Phase of J: a.;
: STEELCOTE TIBER ENAMEL : 318 SIMONTON STREET tiIONE 1371. : Phones 124 and 738-R : Beauty Culture
................................................. Directly in Front of Postct'. ....................., .......Telephone........ 206 for Appointment............: ,.
.....e..ee....eee* e .............................................I ................ .............ft5..e................... 1 'S1:HABLA 1SPANOLe.:
.5555555555..5.55 555..a. ....................... .............................................

........................, : BICYCLES FORWENT REPAIRED BEAUTIFY i S INSURANCEOFFICE E. Good Work-Low Prices i

: WASHING MACHINE :. FOR SALE ; : ;. Daily between 9:30 A.M.and 3:30 .[( ,,; b'..
: Your Entire House with : PM-Appointments accepted e
are ::
Our Customers Must B : '
: : from public by Senior Students of f..'t4.-ff? E
;t j Repairing : Satisfied : -- !
f : 820 DIVISION STREET PHONE r 1380 : !INLAID LINOLEUM : : 521 STREET SOUTIIARU ., TheSouthernmost I L S:

: MECHANICS\ . : : OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE or ASPHALT TILE Opposite Bus Station : School r

: Not Salesmen N :: ........................e.........".'...........'.i.*..eeeeeeaeDRUM .......... : LZPERTLY INSTALLED PHONE RO. 1 : of Beauty Culture

I "' : Factory br Trained Methods Men : 8.iii" and : TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTLMATE ,,, ,: 523 Southard Street l tA :
2 EASY.ABCMAYTAGKENMORE ; i West : TIIEPorterAllen :: There are a number available with over 800 hours
Key --
SPEEDS : PACKAGE DEPARTMENT : : of state<< approved instruction who know the latest : I
QUEEN and Others : phases in beauty culture. These student beauticians
II 92S DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 : '; under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of
NVhitc 'rill cr Roll : : -We Deliver" : i Floor Covering Co. beauty culture do good work at very low prices Although -
: appointments are not required it is advisable.
TRADERS .Rest Drinks and Coldest Deer in"Town : i Company :, ,j For Appointment Stop at
: 130 Dural StreetS : .:........Packaged.........Goods....... : .:................................................................ :....................., '5..5555.523.5555 SOUTHARD.........ST....,.or...PHONE........537...555.S ... .
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PHONE 1431 ; .. ______...________________________......____a. 1
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:i.............................................;:- :.:. RADIOS You nEl\1.1IUY: lInn YOUR: ,'Whrrcu-r RADIO, :: May Clearance Sale r( WBym&ns- fs.S S !

: When You Go : : It Takes A Radioman to Repair It . Why : ., I
: :. : Not It From A Radioman . and . : : $10.95 :. JOHN R. WATSON. Manager
Buy $12.35 ;
Food Shopping : TIII'!V'C1 II\ TVJT't! Regular \
: He Sure to Gel . :: y ASSURE YOURSELF ofSERVICE .;., lllLIN t: O I AillO 1 Regular $10.95 Values $7.35tallies' ; i PI lONE 503.1S ,
: : UT: bUllS UJ'-PKICE ;
.: II o. : Ladies' DRESSES Greatly Reduced ; S LANDSCAPINGEssential
: 2UIour Radio DRESSES :
: Just Arriced-WHITE
I i q- (;RUn.JTIO.: \ Beautification :
ENRICHED{ BREAD Service .Curtains .Plastic Table Cloths ,. J
Repair .Couch Covers Linens
:: : and Aprons Silverware .Radios .Electric Irons i Tree Surgery-Tree Removal, :
: The Foundation of Today's tS "Convenient Terms Arranged" : ,

: Meal Planning :: : ffr. sMuSlcCo. : : HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO.TELEPHONE : i Hauling-Marl Sand-Soil & Rock .

: w. Have : 1512 :, :: Excavating by the Cubic Yard :
:. FAHALDO PHOSfC :: Tn Latest 522 Southard SireetRECOBDS ;, : Near Corner Angela St.JTII.llgl..iTS'I : ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN :
t : RALPH Key Weat A Mt 11& ; S HIT PHONE 1081 : :. 707 WHITEHEAD STREET............................. ....-....................................e.... .
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Ann Brockweli, ..... i Local\;chapter s-s .,,, '" ..TODAY'S"--- r 1111161'.... rLIII''I->. >, -' l;';;'- 'l '' :7 ,:;jl'i.l'JllTII"J.
ANNIVERSARIESKnow r. ?: < 'of' " : :;- : ; : '-i-Y- \. _:;'

Dies In Lynbrook 11 I::....tlaIQ.Alun ll e ,1 ( America) --. . .- r .'. ._l..... .'.;.;. .r.,- .. . '- -4 ..".::_ . .....'
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.. To Hold Session. 1820-Florence Nightingale j I !C>"t ' op' '' _' 1

Funeral l Here.i There ,will be a meeting of,; English, born reformer in Florence of hospital Italy. nursing Died !i 1:1 . .. .--- '. ._ .... .. # ": ':.. '.- :.* F. :!t I.'.,1.' ';, '- :J.- ..;: : t... : : :
1 1t in London, Aug. 13, 1910. 'I f "AI' ti
t j News was received here yesesi .AlumClub I[ 1824-Edward P. Allis MilWaukee 1 : : : 'r 1
. 1 neo .,Thursday May 13. at] ironworks founder born I i ITS r
i terday of the death of ).ft.I and,
I Mrs L. G.. Brockwell at their I|i.brary.:00 P. I*' at Karris School Li- ti }j t at 1, 1889.Casenovia, N. Y. Died April ;,( THROUGH[ EDiT.ORiAL < :

home in Lynhrook, Long Island :.i All Graduates of Florida State i 1823-George' W. Chi Ids, .''emi ,
New York. | University are invited to attend' nent Philadelphia publisher phil
Mr. and Mr, *. Drockwell were this'meeting and become. a -mem-j.anthropist and eminent citizen of AND ADVERTISING COLUMNS! ; . :
found dead in their home from her. of the Chapter. : his day born 'Baltimore.. '.Died. F 3
gas axph'afatiun. I.I Feb. 3. 1891. : .q : : : ;
Mr. itrarkweU wa the daughter About 40 per cent of the area of; 1850-( =Henry Cabot Lodge noted '
of Mr. Jennie B. Pe Boer Naw York is in the borough of -12 Derail* atreel Mrs. D* Boer @ue nm. which contains J94, ,i j grandfather of the present Senator .' ;
to office manager of The Citizen.Tli square miles. j born in Boston. Died Nov. "J 1 i
.Uijjr. .. being brought to t. .iI j9: 1924.
Key West 'funeral services and; The latest method of raising,.!: 185 -George E. Woodberry, ; : AN IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICE .
bunaL Funeral. servirr will bebrkl .uaken.>ship* uses balloon? that.t.inrpinng teacher Writer and critic : '
Sunday at 4 p.m. in .11* are inflated under water after: be. : of hit generation, born in : ;: .
chapel. of the Lopet runeralIkMM lag attached: to the hulL |!:; Beverly, Mass. Died there Jan.' Vj.t. ... t : ,. ii \:
*. Rrv. J. II. Johnson. 8.1.' 2, 1930. . > ,
of 01 Mary's Star of the Sea keet brother-in-law and sister:, 1859-Lillian Nordica. Wagnerian -. .' : I -, ':' -l I
CaUiulif Church, will officiate Mr. and Mrs. Osguod S. Kemp. ; soprano prima donna, t 1 '.I ,1I ; : -_ .
Burial will be in the family plot Key West: uncle and aunt Mr. born at Farmington, Maine. Died I I ,- '\ . .
j .N City Cemetery. and Mrs. S. M. Whalton. Key. May 10, 1914.Americans. .\. :. ', ,
Mr. Brwkwtll will be buried West and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill t' .-.
.la New Yak.Fiurvtvrs A. Bethel Miami; uncles. Harry consumed 'three /'!"":;;;( 1. ': :::....' . ... .- ,' ". ,' '. .. ,, ,- CtI }' ti
.include. the mother.Mr and Mont deBoer. Milwaukee; times as much citrus fruit from -' : '
*. Jrtmie ....n..... Key West; aunt Mrs. Julia deBoer. Milwaukee 1935 through 1939 as in the yearbefore ;\, 1{ i J) : : ;.; ;. : ,' : : . : : : .
fathrr. tlmry J. drBuer. MtlwauMartha -. ; two nieces and a nephew. World War I. I ; I\k 4, ; : ; .1

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Not Connected With AOA-UNAC "Crusade" I Io S" : i" 's J I II ; : JJ. : ': >:< : .' :

...I' ",,' ". '., '.:_1... . .> \ -; ;. ; ; ..' . .. I
DELAY MEANS DEATHA i ' ,' .. : -" . "f-..,, .. . . : ', "
Million\ Coincidence I j .. : i .-, ,".."'- . ,. .'" .
Velaatary Money **
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widespread Q' \'\ . ':' : . ... ,'
lVr.ratty Nre.Ied. .. born In the coincidence Might Mean Starvation ..4 '.I".. l( ;" ...." % '
I: )I Report of two identical sums of For Hungry Childrenhave '.. "! i;) ;> ".
I money, threatens death: by if
YO"-;:;: ; starvation to millions of innocent : .
NEW IS-CongreAttlMi *- children. had it a direct result of long 1 : '
t MltHftfiMtJaBfl tf $40.000*.*' Here's the story: years of malnutrition. Widespread : \, :
*x*fee the United Nation" InterntMkeJ rickets scurvy and other diseases ILLUMINATIONSo. '
Fund 1. Congress recently authorized E ,
< Ck4Mn+t's Emergency due to lack of sufficient food are I
j las M4 a thrtg to ... with theewi ..000.000 for the UN's, I leaving a mark on today's children \ .
tor .....000 m vol. International Children's Emergency he said which may never -''- .

j salary contributions oversea rebel for agen-21Amrtra I Fund. be removed. \" 1...t.<; ., .' -- '' ..),

1 tie* aa4 fer Children.the United Congreea Nations does Appeal Children.2. Through" American the Crusade Overseas for -In such,Officially"the a perspective Congressional endorsed,",he explained authorization '" \ :! :all may: gee ; ,:. : ..
a** provide a penny for the work Aid-United Nations Appeal for : .
. is seen as only one
4 Americas reUef
I Ifce ) group Children to seeking $60.000.000 '
trot. for the wotld-wide United contribution of the many needed \ : :
Katteaia Appeal.TWee la voluntary contributions from governments, and from individoals ..' I :
deftnlte statements were from: the American people. and organizations if the ... .' : .r
erode today by Le Marshall, na- X The government author! work of helping the world's sick I -
I ....t ehalrman. .. American sation to NOT connected with and hungry children is to reach .

Overseas- Sr Cht1dt.o Aid-United....Nations...... a ants.i ApMkdenUnding .-. the voluntary campaign. dire any need.substantial part of those in One sectiQn- Classified the I
particular --serves community
throughout the. News of the Congressional "P -1dcnt Truman and the Department -the. :
Vd ed" States that the Con=,.*. 'action led .many people to believe of State have enthusi- .
...... autherliatlon. eliminated astically endorsed the campaignof
that the voluntary contributions
tfce .... for this campaign American Overseas Aid-United the to immediate sales and the
were no lonlel'Meded. by highlighting way quieka I
Mr. ManhmU taU: Nations Appeal for Children: as
4v -The ........... sought by Says Lee Marshall national I vital to supplement the government's I .
slower and
F American NUOM Appeal Overseas for Children Aid-United.la for,'. chairman of AOA-UNAC: longer-range necessarily program a satisfaction of buyers' needs. Each millions of dolLujgfr
Immediate and emergency service]j "Let there be no confusion The AOA-UNAC Crusade for year, f .
.M. .. Tb.lays. of 7.500.009( chitsUea The $60.000.000 sought by Children is a combined--campaign I
) ore at stake right now. be- UNAC to for immediateand representing the United States' ; t'
.... they would starve without' share in the world-wide UniteJ of American business transacted tlu -the classiraa/ .1
she toad .. be made available''II emergency service abroad. Nations Appeal for voluntary con-a t are oagli
I throve the tt voluntary relief! The lives of 7500.000 children tributions and the united appeals 'If. .
I IIdIf' and voluntary funds be-' are at stake right now because of America's major foreign .relief '* u.-
tn ratoed by United Nations Appeal they might starve without the agencies, church, labor social I columns of the nation 9
fee Children. food to be made available service and nationality groups. e J s papers. "
I National headquarters are at 39
lUlp needed new through this campaign for voluntary I "
Broadway New York 6, N. Y.
The government $60.040,000 .Is contributions." ':;.
tof .*. at.-,. sly, and is sot Hew to help 0 .
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oUi upon grants from other Local campaign committees have
ewmtiin that it may be a year adult starting Immediately. been established in cities and .
w more before the full amount Contributions to our campaign are towns throughout the nation. with I "
incomes available. The coy,,",. promptly converted into food active campaigns scheduled for ji j
-rnt money WM authorized, not 1 vitamins medicines. clothing and I i the months of April and May.; For those who have a specific product to sell, rent, trade
shelter. and ,
appropriated. In the recentlypMied are People in 49 other' nations are j
|Mwl rebel bill and it everywhere in war-ravaged. nation joining the people of the United j|
may take romMerable time be- *. This to an emergency operation States in this voluntary e* >rt.to j
I.r. any,. .f lb. government I ." help] feed the hungry chile..en> of or an especial need to fill CITIZEN WANT ADS are the I
mey til be available to the Oae la IS the world during the present I ,
ChOdren-s. fund. I For every child who receives a critical period. > :
The ....lOCI.000 wa seek In daily, life-saving meal throughthe Mr. Marshall urged that contributions ]
pvttfctgtvtft* I Is tor starvation and I International Children's Emergency to the campaign be given I most effective economical and quickest l means of advertising. .1
t*...... emersenciea.: They exist I t Fund. there are 15 children to local campaign committees I, .
WM IMW aM mi.t be met tightaiww. I', equally desperate need of flour sent directly to national head- |I '
Owr a HKie* are prepared I ishment. Mr.Marshall S . ; .
pointed out < .
quarters. ; : : t ; .
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there be
1M .... cofuequences our . "Let no misunder-I ." '
to act speedily and effectively: standing concerning the urgent j' I
-U addition. to helping to feed in the present emergency "'Oudbe I and immediate need for voluntary I'I'I .. ,=.; ,
VJMMH farting children, our disastrous Mr. Marshall declared. . contributions," he pleaded. 'Such ', '
.**ry will. provide for rare other He reported that two out t'misunderstanding would lead directly { PENT TRADE .
Mal fevdinc fee :.ML M chil- of every three children in Europe!' to the death of suffering I
Gs& sad aMManrc. to 4.940.000 I If today either have tuberculosis 01 children the world over." : -" :
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WILD-LOOKING MEMBERS ., the Orefon Cavemen initiate Gov. Thomas E. Dewcy of New I . .. : .
.,.... late their eefanisation at Grants Pass. Ore. Arriving there on his campaign for the R.publavaa '
) presidential ..........., Dewey was taken from his bus. fed raw meat and declared a 1 .* -- v -
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Eastern Air Lines \ THEY- FOUND $239,000 BY RAILWAY .
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Coming 1 The Weather: -

To Key West This WeekendFor FORECAST I .

Keyj West ,and %Vicinity: Scattered s

4 Games With afternoon showers and tonight thunderstormstills and Thurs E

I day. Moderate South to South- f!
east winds. '
1iI.\nD: FOR .SOFT1ULL*, t .fi i Florida: Scattered showers and i
thtinderstonr.-J today otherwise i
h'IN UIIJ."TIJRn\: partly cloudy throughout Thurs
Bol/s Sport Shop t day. Little change in temperature 6Z .j

"AM IIASMUU. DOU. .fI except ,warmer north .East port .

HUJIIUnKU: SUNDAY Sftl0l'ICrs' Vets ion Jacksonville today. Through. FloridaStraits' I
: Moderate to Southeast :
Calm Air Line U Joni I' Score Of 19 To I winds ,today tonight; and .Thurs ; t

will May f..ir Mara !I. Key Wcukk day.) Scattered showers andthunderstorms
becoming'part1y i >>
( rtwtirtt; weekend. two t4 t Rub's ; ;
anf! Sport Shop ,cloudy tonight and Thurs- ,
Len at flayview Park Saturdayif the Veterans of Foreign" ; I day.

hi and twi of Davball at the 1* to 4 )last night at Cast Gulf: Gentle to moderate
Park. .. variable winds.mostly Southwestto
W"I Stadium Sunday
efn.rtiL Jack Villareal. in the third L :: south today becoming moderate -
ning. went to bat twice South ,to Southeasterly tonight
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In th. 7:1:IS c/rlnrk t t
openingaofI1fl and.Thursday, Weather
staged an eight : ,
.u ntAt" Saturday tught at rally. The first time up. : : ( ) partly cloudy..
the park field. the visitors will real singled and on his next ; ( ) j, No email craft or storm wirn- I

Ue m Veteran of Foreign III th* plate, with the bases : ;t nings have been displayed.Report .

t\an. Arias or Tynes will be on ed. he poled the ball out of 5
park to clean the bags: .
the mound with F.ls..n on the In third-inning Key West Fla, May '12, 1948 5f
receiving' .end fur the Veteran Tynes was wild and walked \ ; I I Observation ; f
) taken at City Office ,
u b's Sport Shop will furnish batters. In the sixth. C.
8:30 A.M.. EST
the oppomition 'in the second battle who replaced! Tynes also got Temperature ) I

Saturday night Hancock or and i issued four free tickets Highest yesterday 84
Hubert will fling 'mt across the first. Combined with four i I Lowest last night 74 : ,/
plate for the Sportsmen and the Sportsmen scored seven Mean . 79 '
Walker will be back there stopping for a grand total of 19 runs \j Normal _i.:._ ,.- 79 cAP l'hotu) :
( "cm.DuuV picking up four other I PrecipitationTotal ,
Sport Shop's softball club two other innings. j { last 24 hours .00 ins. WHAT WOULD YOU DO i if you found $233.000? Milkman H. ,
'! baa played five league games and At bat, the leaders were 1 ) ,!Total this month .' .. .33 ins. T. Bradberrr (right) tells one of his customers former Congress-
i won' them all Before the league Garcia with a double and I Deficiency this month .72 ins. woman Helen Douglas Mankin. how he, his niece. Willow Joaa Ij i
contests.' the Sportsmen played singles in four tries and I j I Total this year 16.24 ins. .Wall (left front),and his father m-law.D.S.Simmons (lift),found f 1
B number of exhibition games two for two for the losers; I Excess this year 9.17 ins that staggering sum'in a mail sad reside 9 railroad track near '
and came out victorious in each real and Roberts, who hit I i Relative Humidity Atlanta. Ga. They could tee huge slacks cf currency through a . J I II'
contest. Thus the Air Lines outfit twice each for the winners.In I : I at 8:'+O A.M. hole torn in the sack. Forgetting their milk deliveries ther..
from Miami will have a the field, the leaders : i 12''* I' drove 10 miles to College Park. Ga. and turned the money over
tough nut to crack" when it Hernandez Castro
Santana. i I Barometer to the postofiic Mrs. Mankin said she would try to get a .(
tackles' the SporUmen who will Walker for the Sportsmen I (Sa Level) 8:30 A.M. 'I reward for them.Temperatures.

be looking for another triumphto dez Garcia and Hopkins for I I 30.03 ins.-101G.9 mbs. _.. _. ._ e I
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add to.their string. I Veterans. ]I|I Tomorrows Almanac ;
i All receipts from 1M sof ttall | Score by innings: R. j'j i Sunrise -- .. . -. 5:45: a.m.I Auxiliary AtHospital ;
and baseball doubleheaders. will Vets 001 J JO 2 04 !j!Sunset . -______._.__ 6:02:: pm i "
I be divided araoo? She puren.I t' Bob's 018 037 x-19 I 11 j i iI;, Moonrise - - 9:42 a.m. t PlanJingo *. j
, Key West Conchs. eompcsed: of F. Tynes C. Harris and I I Moonset; . ... 11:59: p.m.I I 7:30 AJJL. ELS.T. i i 1- :
some 'of the bat diamond performers lon: Roberts and Walker. I T I iI I Ii / Cams "
in the city, will take on Home run: J. Villareal; 'I I TIDES i i ,
j .the visitors in both ends of the base hits: Santana, Garcia; j I: l'I ; 5tanoni I'
: baseball twin bill Sunday after bases: Santana 2, Acevedo; I j I :'I (Naval Base) i Atlanta -.- 65 The Woman's Auxiliary of the
s f 1oor4. I' rifice hit: Garcia; struck out: ,: I I'I ', Eastern Standard Time) I Billings _. 33 Municipal Hospital will conduct _.
The opener will get under way Roberts 8; bases on balls: I High Low Birmingham __ 6'J a bingo game Friday evening.;.
at 1:15: o'clock t and the second Roberts 5, off Tynes 4, off I'I 1:30: a.m. 5:25: am. I, Bismark __ --___ 3'8 May 21.at 8 o'clock in the Catholic :
contest is scheduled to start immediately 8; double plays: Batton to II 12:09: p.m. 7:54 p.m. I Boston 54 Youth Center on Duval street. I
after the terminationof : real. Walker to, Joe Mira; Buffalo 49
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The is to to
the first < of game: 1.30; umpires: I 'II \ ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA /t Charleston _____ 10 object money
The locals will,have such starsas and M. Tynes; scorer ''I Reference, Station: Key West Chicago __ 46 buy an electro-cardigraph for

Joe and Juanie Navarro, Jim I,l I Tinie oft j Height of Corpus Christi ,:---___. 63. the HospitalA
successful dance
Albury. Armando Acevedo.Gabe In the nightcap. the i II StationTid. {thigh water Denver _____y .__ 36
I last winter for this but
Lnsires.. Tiene Domeneff.v Philip played with the Calero Stars. I i Bahia Honda Detroit _. -.47 since the instrument purpose costs more
paker* Alonzo. Lope/ *b*sell the Papo Giants. The j l (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft El Paso _-- 58 than $&00. several hundred del-
sod others. won 4 to 3. ; NQ Name Key Ft Worth .__.__.__ 5'1 lars still to be raised. v
One thousand spectators; (east end) __-J-Zh 20m Galveston _..__._._. 711, Twenty are games of bingo wilt be.
ed the,Softball games. e..en'f Bpca Chica Jacksonville _'_"___._- 11 played and prizes will be awarded
Edna reedi1iU 'I : (Sandy Point-Oh 40m .:_ Kansas City _______ ..:..____ 49 the winners. !
0W :I Caldes Channel KEY WEST .__-._-. n ---.-_._, 78 Tickets be purelasedfremAuxiliary
r may
,, 1 (north endf 2h 10m +1.4 ft Key West Ahport. .___.. . 77'' member.; and also at
ins jesBowling City : : oOo Los Angeles _... n n_ __ n.. . 49 the door the evening of the-
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NOTE: I Louisville -- - 65i
Match ProgramWeek : -{-)-Minus sign: Correctionsto Miami -- -- -.-.-.- ... -- U 71I
I be subtracted. i MinneapolIS; .- n'__- . ...-- . 40
Edna Breeding rorcd 166 atTuesday of May 10 to 16. <' (-(-)-Plus sign: Corrections to I Memphis .__-_. '_'noo 67 game.BROADWAY
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morning's Navy Wives I ; be added New Orleans L 68 :
h Hour. New York- .
subbaseft : ( )-
I bowling session on the SOFTBALL i | I (m-Minute. I Norfolk _. :-= = .::_==:.::oo. ;
I toy .
were Fro Faulconer.IS Bavview Park. Night (ft)-Feet Oklahoma City------------, 45 CIGAR STORE- l
: Ituners-up, and' Jo Ellen Hingson and SATURDAY : \ I' Omaha .__ __..._ -. ._ oil 1 .
Porter, who tried with 7:15: -Eastern Air Lines I ; Seeks Divorce Pcnsacola ___.___. ._._. -. 74 610 Ducal Street ,
Edna* < 153. ami) vs. VFW. I I ] I Roanoke _-._________._. u 63St t f
.we o.bowlers were the Mes- 9:15: -Eastern Air Lines i A petition seeking a divorce Louis _'___--=__Uh_ S3I' #
dames Other' K rky terrors Dorothy ami) vsl: Bob's Sport 1 i I : i was filed yesterday in the offics San Antonio _____.__.h__. -- 63 COMPLETEBASEBALL
DHty Masoru Betty : of Circuit Court Clerk< Ross C. San Francisco _. :
Cravat ItHnsk Marian Wkklum. TENNIS : : ; 'I i Sawyer by Virginia Estelle Mor- I' Seattle ------- ._.===-:=: ::= :

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Susie Oljon. Dot Murphy Lillian BayvUw Park. I I rison against John Joseph Mor Tallahassee U .hoo SCORES I'
Varborough. Janet and I ITampa 1
rill Night
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.bat"- Alice Dornowskl. Bunny DAILY- Washington :. = : = .. )
1 IUft, Alice rVhl. VivianViviaDrlv.r I : JAYSHEES WANT I POPULAR BRANDS 01Cigars
\ Vera Wood. Emily City tournament ) j The great majority of marine t
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and J.CCS DirectorCtkn of simpler struc- and Cold
i fft\Ift' SOFTBALL j tions are bettered; that the Civic i plants are algae
S. Coughlin. : j should i i than flowering plants and repro-
Improvement Assoc. request -
Bayview Park. !1, ducing themselves by 'scores"instead
Soft Drinks
I the governor for special
end Morning of seeds produced by

How They Stand TODAY (WednesdavV ) I investigators to a grand to turn jury.their findingsover :t flowers.--- --- -- - --- ---

Two games are being I II "That the Assn. take the necessary I ...UWiHWUII8AluuiWIBHIDU8HIUHmIHtunOImHHOIHnI6HHIl0HUIHi8Hl': . II IIIIfI.--__
Major lla..ball IA'1I n"n..w..I".raational this afternoon first : I steps to have the socalled J. .A
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at 3:45 o'clock. jt I I ; I ; blue laws stricken from the '
Elementary School is I {books. .
Club-. W. U Pec I aa
ltavana ** 0 'iU Harris Elementary 1 I I ; "The Jayshees feel that the only -
2013 .IiOG' the opener and I solution to our gambling problems ,
Temps Elementary School will 'j is to work for legalized ; .
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Lake tsar Junior High School I gambling this will eliminate dishonest -
,...... II II $00 pose ;; a.
exhibition : public employees. .
SI.INettiburg 17 17v $00 I nex in an I .
I..h IS I' .441 game. I I a ..-
Meted THURSDAYHarris ,iI I .
Wert Palen l\racb 13 I' ; I a -
10 n ..286AMEIIICAM Elementary \
Division Street i I :
I School leaders in I I : :
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I i'lii....dphis 13 S ..722C1.v.land SATURDAYTWO ,..: fa' -
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morning games. ] .
Ywk 12 t X667Wa.bingtie -

.910 .414 SKATINGB.yvlew
IIJ .429 I
D.d Park. Night I l'J
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M. Lau 0 1 ..400ckiirigi. FRIDAY- l i s ?ar .
313 .198 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. I J
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(?ores 10 0 21IJ SUNDAY ; r- .

iM4oiiuigh 7 761I.111 I I 1:15: -Eastern Air Lines I ; 'er a" Ia: ".:
hew y..k :I ami) vs. Key West a .-.
I'hilsIIJtiia I ; jj .500 __Eastern Air Lines ( -
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Brc.ikiya.4an JjJ .41.I ami) vs. Key West C4.> I: or .

oei.nati. 711 t 10 .J3J.412 Navy Wives To ': COMMERCIAL USE :

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U..taCAPJ.Dti . Navy Wives rUty a .
rAn at Bay view I'jik at 2 p.m. I
1Me.n. JIIIIr ktterra.nricer Inc. :
SIMa Cal'buck. with, City Recreation ; : Thompson Enterprises
..... M I.W..n . Albury as instructor ,
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ewe'" th* .......Van"" Anwri' roach.Many of the players are : (ICE DIVISION) :

ears lw...... learn DI Detroit and will. be given an PHONE NO. 8 KEY WEST. FLA. .
stir pens
Opera's lealinr mesza
whine.Lit.Aaakr gave.f 'M Ti,..... Su baseitoA' I i tunity Games. to in learn U* ipo1 the of game.the l> .tr thin lies ,"iiu sail i'7ttWHUWlfliliIHUHHHNthHttHiiHHHIHIHfHiHiHxGNtildt1iHHNBi; I ( } +, HHlIiIUI"'iI" u I .1'11111111......,


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LEADERS AT GEORGIA WALLACE !MEETING JURY FINDS FORMER chines were loaded by hint .nd,ur w e.aflla..w..at

CupL)[ Saunders Leaves Gates Is Shot tC"Ontinuednom Page One I I Bath into J4ithi'car and a.t I Ia'eM ..W Ialt. 11dtlU Ad ..

: : yt B. Clears, Jr.. and of defense the car was then driven to his CIIIIt ...e Iraid ... -.w.

Iii Quarrel l lI a Counsel John. Sawyer. home .where he stored them In f. are w.... ors ..... bs Cas-

Sub Base Commander t During Sawyer's'.' statement; were -to closets. He added that duty Wia.ltiptlll, -

As i the effect that while the slot ma- and Wilson Jolly had taken a ;'1 Oa tA.. erMraw ...... Msaw w .
I On Stock Island walk from the Elk: Club
t i r'Y chine law denies anyone possessing and rebuttM wMstas. Judge. Albeit.
were not present when the machines -
)11f: 10 KIO DK) ; JAN.'* machines .with any property loaded into Bath's 1trsa.d ..... -- ,... salt
I Calvin Cates was shot through rights in such machines, but said
him iintMaiis. .iisai. ,
the was a .
DERAILED the left thigh during a .general that in the theft of them they
tIM: () AS NAVAL AT. I melee at the Mexican Tavern on tt may be regarded as property witha car.Confessions made by Wilson IHea .et .., .... aa.ns elf lchrb
i 4. ? Jolly and Curry to their com- en the aawwi off Atri .

TACJIKt: JMOKK CII.NrNNUUNJn: Stock Island Monday accordingto legal value. plicity in the theft of the machines Aim luUQfcK. jas/I st...| ....*.
report released today by scored the defendants
a Cleare
r -. were read by Chief Deputy Dean vrar LC Nsrey lot k
Chief Deputy Sheriff Moreno soundly in his talk to the jury.
US \ : Sheriff Moreno Wallace
I Wallace. Cates was only Slightly a w The'defense called Frank Jolly, .
t .
Defense Counsel Sawyer had The PiiLllsf Maims And
Capl. WUIard Saundcra. USN. ; wounded. i Castro and Bath to the witness Read tFicInWallace said the once tedraed haw ..... andNs

.........siU olfirer of Key West Wallace said.the. shot ws-i fired' stand. They all agreed that they statements were signed by Wilson' about IMAe. by isdswawtt Ito
from a revolver by Oscar Nebo. found the slot machines in Rose
SubissrUw Ua. will be detach- .
3 Jolly and Curry in his presence' nat ktilag. h. Been a 4aMII rte
II and will leave the fol- Nebo. was placed -under arrest lane an alley alongside the Elks .
r *4 May Castro Bath and Frank Jolly conrervtlgr r.MO.urw II- .....
hewing. flay with hit family for as ;were Woodrow Raymond Nile*. KirkI ; Club, and said that the machineshad told Wilson Jolly to take a walk it* original ...........
Wathineton for temporary .> I wood Bethel and Gon- been broken open and their according to W. Jolly's confes
month zago. They were all involved ini <. contents taken. i
Jnsne the melee. Wallace saidi .. They testified they' were fearful tq i
Capt. Saunders plans to sail t "I asked them not to take the ALBURY aeI SON tla.iteWe
U for Rio i He.said he did not know what = that they would themselvesbe "
York i iF ir
Pisa New July h i slot machines, read his confession .ciaUs to AM
the fight was about charged with breaking the Sp *
d* Jan4r0 Brazil where he will j rJf( .
Kind of )(
woe iipaand
machines and stealing the con
de a tour of duty u Navel at. I lanHiiinimntnniimimniinnniiiiiiiimirtiiiiiiinii..... . .. ; tents. They aid they decided In thp tinxipy of LL Ray Lighting Stri-pte &fK-M

lath to the American Ambassador I arainst taking the machines to Atwell and William V. Albury:an ,. ..-........ .**k t.f
MEETINGS Elks Clash] officer it was brought rave .... I..ww
Cpt Saunder came as commandinc police headquarters or to the out that Wilson Jolly told themluimnniiiiitiiitiiiiminiimuiiiimntiuTHUiiiutiuiniu ..:K .._ ... rase sre.stt

officer, of the Submar- .. m11W1W0181018UIflUII sheriff's office.
establishment tsNauwfImmlp dY Castro said he wanted to con- .._.",.._.".".-."."...._..._----_." >I
fee. OM with 4f = : 1 1t
a* UK* March 20. IM6. CaptfUwntirrs Everready Stan Meet Thursday iY duct his own private investicatiorj -- First Time in 5 Year .A Cuntftlftf Line a f

WM popular with President t' There will be meeting of,the. o of the theft of the machines

I Truman and his official l I Eve Teady' Stars on Thursday at because of the dissension in the I Craftsman

party during. the President's visits ILgx1e.P 10 a. in. in the patio of the Masonic police-department over nine slot
machines that had bee seized
I Temple. Lunsheon will be: M1 AA .
.lie will he succeeded by Capt. served at noon. All those who the owners convicted and the i POWER TOOLS

Jaw.ph A. Farrell USN. who will 'I wish to attend are asked to contact .' AP I'butuJLEADERS machines were destroyed at City
Hall Mav 1. six days after the
command- lime next or
lake some Mrs. Mary Lowe phone 213. OF'THE GEORGIA Wallace-for-Presidcnt group chat:
Elks robbery was committed. NEW 19fft MODELS
math Cooidr. Carl A. John- in Macon. Ga. Saturday, where they met in convention andnomin.ted
USN. will relieve I CaptKaunden Castro also said the slot ma- g The New Power Tool Catalog Is Now Oa Disa4af
KM. COMMISSIONERS AGREE Larkin Marshall (left). Negro publisher of the Macon
< and will be in commandat at SEARS ORDER OFFICE
: (Continued From P4tge-One) World. to run for 'the U.S. Senate seat of Richard B. RusselLSen. .
the base until arrival of Capt -
FerrelLOther "Speaking a> art old musician. I Glen Taylor (D-Idaho). candidate for vice-president on . Add' These Tools To A CoNrntiVnf:

!, changes at the Submar* know the'problems'faced by the I Henry Wallace's third party ticket (second from right), was Easy Payment; Cliarpf:' AcnmnlTELEPHONE

tae Dt. were announced' yes local musicians.: The- commission' convention keynoter. Other two men are the third parry's ATHLETE'S'FOOT 1MO or 1M1'

terday. Lt Comdr. Ira King I should follow Mr. Horn's sug; prospective -gubernatorial candidates in Georgia. The Bay.'?

USN. formerly executive officer .Vir.p4oo) gestions.. This midnightclosingban Joseph Rabun (second from left), and James L. Barfoot (right).' I'te'Corner ,

U the USS Amberjack a submarine A NEW YORK CENTRAL is causing the musicians: bar- 34-year-old professor of education at the University of Georgia.

will relieve Comdr TRAIN owners-and the public to-suffer. I '
is derailed at Vernon - -- - -- -- -
James a Grady USN. as ord- I know that most -dancesnever
SubmarineI Junction near Shelby. Ohio. get going until about midnight. Miss Co ratio I. Scltrader ,
MSMV officer of the I : | of SIMONTON and FIXMI.NG' StrrrlsSTATEWIDE
"ur.cndr. Saturday. Locomotive and ten After that time the orchestras ..f'

I Grady will relieve Lt. can were derailed but a passenger could be -instructed to play soft. Wed To Judd I' GrizzleIn ; atulntnnnlmlannlunnlumnauum "" rlul

! ('s Mt. James Ilincson. USN.as coach at the end of the in fact soft that the orchestra I r DISCOMFORTRelieved / .

lint lieutenant of the base. train was lf standing. There could be hearer only' in the room I a simple double-ring ceremony -4 l

Omdr.' Grady's appointment is wr no casualties. wherethe.0rche 1ra. is playing.: I daughter of Mrs. Hilda N. .. I BROADCAST

only. temporary' for he had re- Commissioner Fred J. Dion: Schrader, end tne late Arthur i I I'OLICE ARREST & 1t

sewed' order for relieving "If the various ..proprietors will Schrader, became the bride of (Continued From Page'!: One)' I 1 I

Omdr. Frank. Putnam. USN. as Ally. General cooperate I'm willing to RO: along I Judd P. Grizzle of Lynch. Ky. !' hello arrested a man who idenli- byRexall's Toll
officer of the USS with the lifting. of the midnight STATION WKAT y
cammandmt : An uncle Hamilton Williams, ficd himself a-s Joseph C. DeMar'
Sarsfield. a destroyer I I I Watson Tells Of I curfew ban. We must have cooperation 'gave the bride in marriage. The of Philadelphia. Pa., on a charge 1 j I 10 P.M. E.S,1.
will to New because we can't be Wonder .
Comdr. tlingson fio: vows; were exchanged before the ; of vagrancy. DcMar was takento t .
London. Conn later to relieveCnmdr. I sending the police two or three Rev' McConnell at SL Paul's'! city jail where he was questioned 1360 On Your Dial

Chester Nimitz. Jr.. First PrimaryiTAMPA. ; times nightly;; to "the same. offend. i Episcopal Church. I( by Chief Kemp. | Pair -
of I er to him.
The bride was" attired in a' DeMar said he had served a
the USS Sards a late submarine. Commissioner John Carbon- I sentence in the chain- apND
street length dress of white Georgia
May 2t Lt Edward Beach May 12 (FNS).-At-j ell: "I-have had, twelve yearsof crepe :
trimmed with lace at theneck gangs. lie likewise wa, taken to ,
will relieve Comdr. J. D. torney General J. Tom Watson ] experience administering
I and around the peplum. The1 hat County Jail following his con
Pat ham. ISS. as commanding: officer referring' : to the recent primary| city affairs and during that I I itans -
of white straw with fession he was a former convict.
., the USS Amberjack.j in which he was a gubernatorial time I know of ,,no ordinance a gar- '
land of flowers on one side, and Yesterday a woman living in
Comdr. Parham will relieve candidate said: ; passed to stop orchestras from ,
had a short veil. The outfit Flakier avenue went to County
was .
lieutenantU. accomplishment of playing after ,
tint dAigbt.We
Conidr. Grady 'a my lI
touched Jail and examined 12 Sheimmediately
off with a double string'of men. i
(Oct K. C. Princ. USN formerly temporary defeat has been effected want to keep, the city lively : picked out DeMar t
pearls gift of the
i with the Odax. a submarine May there be some worth after midnight not dead as it b a :
croom.:: A of white as the man who had tried to R
corsage carnations !
. has reported to the Submarine while con::equences realized for now. The ordinance being used cn-I
completed the outfit. r ter her home through a
future good government in our City is
by Manager Spalding
I I. Dai* for duty. state. I will endeavor to work itj one that covers a multitude of Miss Dora Medina in A pale! Sheriff Sawyer arrested Maurice Fungi. !.!.. ..<.*.*. and tifli many.f
II Chabot for tampering withthe *. f.,1 coming Athlete's' ,....
out for me, personally and politically conditions; under its heading yellow crepe dress, with a cur.agG .
Mrs. A. Roberts poor box in St Paul's Church. -(.Kriii. wvifcn t ndtr. irritated
as a blessing in disguise. !j I of nuisance ordinance. of light pink carnations was ; The Rev. James MacConncll ftiii fafcitttt !_ .>..*. r..*...",
The campaign has given me some Tremendous applause followed 1 i iCarbonelTs maid of honor, while Charles i I that tried to the of Mxy rCv the 4..*,.,. ..'A....
Died This A.M.1.Nn. new ideas and incentives which I I speech as had also 'Machin was best man. For her {, men pry top. !.*.'. Ff _tit minimum .f it.tN i.
the box and then The
hope to make use of for the benefit j been given to his predecessors daughter's wedding Mrs. Schra open _i. ce.
of the people" of Florida."I I who likewise 'spoke in- favor of der chose a printed pink jersey i iI sheriff caught the man in Duval
Audrey Hubert. 18,West died have already publicly offer the musicians, I draped gown, and a corsage of street not far from the church. _____ i

this tuoming in the Key ed my congratulations to the winners Sole disapproval matching pink carnations. .
speaker to register I !
"Municipal llo.piUL Mrs. Roberts I Ions are atoms with one dec-
and my thanks to The nuptial music: was provided I
my sup- was City Manager .
resided at Margaret Iron removed added. GARDNER'S
I porters. Am expecting to enjoy I Spalding who dramatically by Mrs. C. Salis organist and or I

street.' my work for the next eight ]I from his seat and walkedto I Mrs. Sybil Brady, soloist. i :
Scjrvivdroare, the widower. arose e...e e e e e...e e e e e e e e e... '
months and extend cordial invitation After the a reci-ption'1i PHARMACY
J A. Roberts; parents Mr. a the outer railings of the city ceremony I ,
fines to the people of the state i chambers. Spalding laid in a i for the relatives and a few close j .
and.. Mrs. Edgar Clark; sister BICYCLESRepaired Hear
upon their visits to Tallahassee ,, direct. fearless, frank tone: "**I friends was held at the residence :
Mrs. L. D. Ilagood.
I Funeral services will be held to come in to see us in the attorney regret that the public of Key : of .Mrs. Dewey Uigss. Assisting | The Store ;

general's' office West is not up here tonightto ; at the reception were Misses and Rented : s.
5:00 o'clockIn
afternoon at
Sunday : the things' to that 'Edna Johnson and Betty Lou I ]1114] Division StreetCor.
say you
Congrejcatoinal DAN
the First I Also in Stock NEW Varela
St. !
I Roberts, and Mrs. John Homer McCARTYr
Church Rev. lUlU and Rev. PrisonerI they have told me. No one tonight i i
Nicholas' officiating. Durial willhe Negro is here to represent the The out of town guests included i I HICYCLKS: : TRICYCLES I
in public. so I will do so. I have Mr. and Mr-j. Stanley Montgomery ; Phone 177 r
In the family plot City WAGONS; SCOOTERS :
1 Drowns had complaints from all over I and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I

., Cemctary.The' body' will be placed' in the I I Tuesday I town. Remember. musicians Navarro. I' and! SKATED I "Prescriptions and Called For :! Candidate for GOVERNOR 1 IS

Church at 2.00 o'clock. Pritchard and I want to say that I sym The couple received an exquisite ; Delivered"i

Funeral" Home is in change of ar George Marshall. negro prisoner I pathise with you for L myself. i I assortment of extremely usei I Ii Oversees Cycle Store I
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with the road ful cifts. !
gang once mad 'extra living
my 920 Division St. Phone 1380
rangements.lnrm while painting a bridge nearI I that The majorityof Mr. and Mrs. Griz/Ie will be at .
way. great Fe..s see cc.........e..ees I
I I I Perky on Overseas Highway yesterday :, the people have to work I home to their many friends after I

; P.-T. A.Installs ; the State Road Depart eight hours a day. It is those I the 17th of May. i *

ment reported to Peace JusticeJ. people who complain to me. I PLAY BALL with your Parly Line Neighbors !

OfficersThe ; Y. Porter, IV. I have tried to be reasonable. I About 2.150000 U. S. babies

I 1 The statutes provide that whena You people force my actions. were burn in hospitals in 1946 Let Us Help You
School P. T. A. held i I I ;
l Harris
prisoner dies an inquest shouldbe ,I We can't afford to disturb about double the number born in .J
its Installation of last night Principal held. Peace Justice the musicians. hospitals in 1940.COLORED.
Porter anda i everyone to help i i ,
Fowler' installed the following Plan Your Floors
jury will hold an inquest Friday I| Local people have to put in t .. i it.i ..
Norma president
officers Dopp -FT ,
: afternoon. I eight hours of work a day. and ; i E Ef
, ; Ruth Iliggs. v -plUiden; Marshall's body was broughtto i 1 in the DAYTIME. There is a 1 i Frcr' Estimates: Chen.

i Eilris Durothy Wallace Sweeting treasurer secretary, and: Pritchard's Funeral Home by I place in the city where an orchestra iYl:S, ''V" I/ll'l' II! .Asphalt Rubber Tile Tile '.
would i iI
do nobody
Porter. any
M. field Salts, historian. I .Cork Tile
*> ;'
I harm. and one of your own employers -'
"'r. Fooler was presented' with I .I'lastic Floor Tile <
a life-membership in the conerca: )WILL YOU SMILE? told me that I_ shouldn'tlet Plastic Wall Tile r I

., and teachers.. He is I that place play after midnight and CORDfor eBroadfelbCapello
parents ( /
the only one in Monroe' County And Apt t To Gel It! I leave,his for place.the that people was closed would YmirVENETIAN : Wool Rugs \ i

t. Ift"ftft such an honor. It isnretrnted Acoustic Ceilings
to outstanding workers The grass had scarcely sprouted and go to the other spot. ": liUINDS : .Hardwood Flooring r J

in. the P. T. A. on his wife's ,grave before I CommissionerHunter Harden: to Match Any Color Scheme!! Formisa for Sinks. :\ I
"Mr. Manager U this individual II
The May. Pole dance was pro- Attorney Jenkins was out courting ?" At. A'o Incrt'ftxf in I'ricr i Counters. Tables

seated' by the second grade under another woman. Floor Sanding and t I
City Manager Spalding: "Inad
the supervision of Mrs. Iluddle- "Well," remarked of his Refinishings
one '
....) and Marie lUskins and accompanied neighbors to another "I see Jen- visable to select" one person there R E TAPING !
I others. CORDING !

.Texas by Hand Mrs. Oweni.Mrs. was"presentedwith kina second is wife.already" looking for a are Sam Korn. musicians spokesman : ,I PAIRING Modern floors & Tile +ea s I

: "Last year, our organization -
a past president pin. All "Yes." rejoined the 'other."that's I \ i
donated $600 to the city ; KEY WEST J. L. CATESnoorinij
'incoming and outgoing officers just like a lawyer mov-
and to. ..ye another $600
were presented with corsages. ing for a second trial. VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY : Cniitrarlur i
All ask is
we a right to
The P. T. A. voted to buy adork year. I 1434 VIRGINIA STREET
make a decent livelihood. STREET I Ci:;
and a food sheer for the To l I PHONE 1599I
school' cafeteria.Mauareen I pply JVeq City Manager Spalding: "I I
have no objections to musicians
Meadow" the
duo prbe.I won Applications for marriage licenses playing in air-conditioned places.As .
city manager if the commissioners
were filed yesterday in the
office of agree; to any number of :i / I !
I R, Lord by John G. Curry. restrictions lack) of restrictions

Continued r>um rage One) 46. of 512 Margaret street and I am likewise for it-" Located in the Heart. ot the City ..
t. IS. rents' made a further reduction Mayor A. Maitland Adams: "I
Bertha Gonzalez 42. of 520 Angels I' whITE .
to 17 RATES l>nrslTC or WIRE I / .
cents, but company street; by Thomas C. T y- sympathize with the musicians' I liUUiHo .. .
ttffiriali.. replied that they sti'lstuck lor. %0. of the U. S. Navy andBertha i condition. I know that this commission REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS I I r -

to their offer of an advance M. McDaniel. 21, of 1101 I ,does not want to work a ;I with BATH and TELEPHONE .. / btu cE.

of six cents an hour. Petronia street and by Manuel hardship on the musicians, barkeepers calls a\\c.' .

The leadrea refused: to accept M. Lopez. 20. of 618 Fleming I or the public. I believe Ford Pershing Miller\ eeV ors a c. sense.1 _.....''ifet

that sum the conference" ended street, and Edith W. Winkle, 32 j I that something can be worked out *. orb .rear. W .

and the workers were ordered toRo of Poinciana Place. { for the musicians but all must Hotel Hotel Hotel i iI .,mow G\"e \tre b std

on strike today. respect the rights of others." I I 60 N.E. 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Av*. \&aoe C.G"C .>JlaR
Picketing began I Immediately ataI' MRS. KEMP RETURNS I The meeting was.then adjourned 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 2,9 NE- let AYe.I aat\1
plants. Picketing was orderly with no laws passed,but with I Elevator 80 Rooms 5

and the pickets permitted" office Mrs. Lillie Kemp. 310 William I definite statements by commission j i Solarium Elevator Heated Elevator

and maintenance workers to enter street returned home Sunday members that an agreement .

the plants without molestation. after spending two months with I would be worked out by-passing I 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION ,.-- SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY'- '' ,

; relatives in Miami. I i the present curfew law. ,... 1. f.uorpOral.rf '

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