The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00532
 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 14, 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).
 Record Information
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: UF00048666:00532
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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I Capt. Adell Lauds a.Mosquito .County? Jews Proclaim, Today Free And Independent Police Capture Neg- :

'CoritM\ Work : State In Holy Land; First Time In 2OQQears 'i

SAYS (:i'\'II.IA1ti.AIJTlOil( .'* - Who Admits\ :IflteringJohnson
I They Have Had Country Of Their ChvnAi :

/1TIKS COOPERATING Strikers, r Seize _

"SI'I.ENUIDLWITII! I i t 30 Hostages In ; L Street HomeOffers

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lauding the city county and ,;: \ Dispute

Naval mosquito control efforts fEX-CONVICT CAUGHT BY rQLICE<<: LIEUT.WiA.VTHARRY

Capt. Adell. USN. ocmmandcr of I i j eat T. .._..... Pre..) I Reward LEE BAKER; I.KESCONf"ESSION
the Key West Naval i I
Station today
SOUTH ST. PAUL. ? /:nn.. May
called the attention of the, 14-CIO meat-packing: strikers LATER

citizens ol the city to ways to 1, today broke into the Cudahy For Information I A few! hour after the city: police captured negro In Von PMetor

avoid "home-bred" mosquito ', plant here and seized 30 main : street the man confessed at the sheriffs office thai be had broken
Under the supervision of the About ;
tenance' workers hostages. Up Spencer i into the home of Mrs. Harriet Wilson SOS Johnson street on Sunday.
county health officer: and the '
1'to mid-afternoon all except 11 i After the fact became known. Judge Thomas S. Cant *f CMaV
sanitation officer of Key West ,, of the maintenance men had been D ; William Spencer 'brother of :1 inal Court instructed County Solicitor Allan B. Chase, Jr.. to pseprfse.

Naval Station these men survey j|accounted for. Warren Spencer who hw been the necessary papers so that the negro W. C. J hns n. gen till

all properties civilian and Naval The pickets also are charged !, missins: for more than a week off .,I brought into court' 'Utll__

") and carry out control measures with smashing up machinery in ;; rat a sponge boat up the keys offered !. morning.
as required."said communication !;the plant. Conditions had reached 'a reward of $100 today for in- YOUTH, 17, ACCUSED "The" Criminal Court wtt ce-

feigned by Capt. Adcll.;1 that stage where many telegrams T1 l lF formation relating to the miss- OF. BURNING SCHOOL its session tomorrow awl) yin..t

"Their work has been efficient, were sent to the governor calling lI I, ing man. q I I meet for two month ag.M."aid'
Judge Caro "We have...Ym1
and dependable. I[I on him .to dispatch state Warren Spencer left the sponge jurors on the docket ad I IteMt
Their work has shown results troops here to restore order. boat in a dingy at 10 o'clock at this man brought into cowl. tomorrow
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in the great reduction of certain CIO leaders countered by dc- : I, night.. The following day the morning so we CM ......
"ht mr.bred* mosquito types. elating that the trouble was j --.... dingy was found floating in the die this case."

Their sincerely' to their responsibility caused by company sympathizers ;1 (.WirciiUutot I ocean. about two miles off shore.Stinkin' Chief Deputy Sheriff MMaaia
and their cooperation' ,,'ithNay..1 I I Wallace and Police: Sgt Ra,MM ad
and that there wa no need to JEWISH SOLDIERS STAND GUARD on the border of the Manshieh district: which they occupiedI J JcaIIa 1 it
I Cabrera accompanied by -
authorities has been out- call out the ;uanls. I j in the Arab city'of: Jaffa Palestine. Hard fighting by Jewish Irgun Zrai Leumi forces precededthe : son went to a hou e a* l l4ow.N m

standing."impnnenwnt' in this section occupation. The district borders an area of the city: held by British troops. Britain warned ,: Ink Order and Julia streets where they. recovered H
the United Nations Wednesday that the British mandate in Palestine ends at 5 P. M. Eastern i A two radios stolenMrs. begot |
of the program un the will assistant depend cvnMderaltly 'ofthiwe I Fine Cocker ForT i! Standard time today, and that English forces would pull out immediately thcraftcr. ,I Goes On Ramp-age Wilson's home.
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whom homes are visited by i ,t .: The remainder of the hr4

throe. mot." Doal License: Tke A...MM-lalril Prrixf en from the Wilson residente was
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found in some high weec16ehirldthe
Then Capt. Adell tcIU how to I JERUSALEM: May 14.-A Jewish free and imleiiendcnt state i I .
void mosquito. : ( '. Attorney Says i I AP :Sew.le.lers.l1C11WOOD. house. They had been trfl
t. GM rid nf all standing water I Iun W. C. Cocker, Tcn' rni'r. pleaded was proclaimed in Palestine today. It is the fiisl time in 2.000 years W. Va.- -A fnid there by the burglar pnaheMy

your prrtnUc Remove or'' guilty to not buying a licensef' that Jews have.liad.a country,of their own. :: Warrant t WrongIn I may be in the making between with the hope that he rimM re

dump tin cans bucket, barrels. r hi. fishing boat before Judge British'rule in Palestine ends at midnight (5; p.m_ Eatscrn Standard I i West Virginia and Texas. Texas turn for the household gelwelr.
jars. vae*. gourds: old tires and I Thomas S. Caro this morning inCriminal ;: r(onions and West Virginia ramps Fingerprints taken en thrr htlrkr '
Time The commander of the Riitu, forces left here this' Elias' CaseA
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any other receptaele that will Court Judge-Caw-fin- I arc the center of the conlrovrsyEditorPublisher :: r
huM water. Repair leaky plumb-i ed him $100 and costs but suspended morning in a British warship. Other warship;: are blinding; by totake i Jim Comstock which the burglar broke .to entering .
Ins and nped-up eaves drains.I the fine \if he would-buy the remainder of L2iith: foicriiLxwrtl. and return them to'' A ruling will be handed down I tot I the Nicholas County News- the residence caste il/ew-
2. fie aura that your ornamental = his licenser Britain 1 Monday by Judge Hilary. A1- I! Leader printed one of his issues lifted by Deputy Sheriff WaUare ,.
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garden: pond or cistern Is' Joseph Knight:; Monroe county r with 'stinkin' ink' developed bya as being those of Johnaon.Later .
corked with sold' fish or mosquito ,conservation agent! said that The Jewish assembly in its bury of Municipal Court on the,! chemical concern to glorify the Johnson also made it

fi h. (Cither of these fish 'Cocker refused to buy,his licensehenuse.41i Jaycccs F( !i iEnfOr proclamation spoke of the right contention' of Attorney Tom.I ramp., written confession that h waas._
will Watkins that : who had entered ha.aflen.e "
eat any mosquito eggs: or conservation department and justice that characterizes its the -warrant charging L herb of
.larva deposited in the pond).. been Jack Elias Bar i r The ramp is a spring ttP 5Vir.pa.lol Douglas McCartity. .Aft #4n.
had unable" to catchtfcc' Cecilia ,
Mwiuit fih fCambusia) ;. (' l () j action in founding a country for I the garlic family which flourishes opts 5treeL taut t..... ..... ,.
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netted small-lish up the_ Jews. The.'pniclanwtion listed: '. Duval,street, with, selling .liquor![each kcasori i in ihe moist ravines RANDALL CEEEXUaheTe'd: ...." '
tthlainrtf:TreVTltom your local '''- '''''' t got nothfnf rear
taontr health department. --J,"keysThe conservation, department I' some of the Jews' military activities -,.to minors was faulty. I lor t northern West Virginia moun i is charged with burning down home being Inllt...... -yo
1. Kill mosquito larvae in water has made several 1 trips to the Law In I !j toward giving:: freedom to Elias' name had originallybeen tains. Its scent after use as ai the $650,000 high school at Wes- from the building befon he i swill
written on the warrant as ;i i tonic has caused --
that cannot be removed by"cnverini key, hut Knight says the net tors;i other countries and maintainedthe spring reportedly ton. MASS. so he "wouldn't ransack the place.
for Jack Ellis families.
being according: in Ilichwood -
the water with a light have a boat that travels 30 miles' Key West Junior right of the Jews to fight for to City Clerk Victor Lowe. He,,, many. a row hare to go to schooL" He was Police Lt Harry Lee Belies arrested
film of fly spray or kerosene. an hour while his boat has a top Commerce at fl their own freedom and liberty. i. the of Ellis from the I << I held under SIO.)OO bail pending ., Johnson who Mid he wan
got name :II
4. Your", cooperation is needed Arabs to be pOSe I Comstock went to Clayton ex-convict at midnight .last
were reported
3 peed of only nine miles an laat night went ,on : : city tax collector's office. Then further investigation. i an
to wipe out trek yard" mosquito hour. voring !law cnf ed for war though there was not '' Myers; a Fanwood. N. J.. chemist. 1 night as he was patrotinK altlel.
he changed; the warrant to read. I II .
breeding. Mnquitoes are West. any conspicuous indication in any formerly a resident of the Rich- I in the vicinity of 1686 Ve* Ph-
...wu.. They prefer hidden or A resolution was 'I part of Palestine of preparationsfor 1, "Elias" and sent a patrolman' out > wood area. with his special ink Wiridows ForJaycccs' I' ter street The lieutenant yeles.
paitly hidden standing water in Soon Will CastAbsentee I ing city authorities I: the beginning of hostilities. 1 I to Attorney arrest the Watkins man. did not go: i I: request Myers came through in : tioncd the man as to his ressl
Which to lay their ecca. Spare, ate efforts should 'I Silence was'ominous both among into the correctness of the I fine style. As the publisher explains House j for being in that rwighbwrhtl''
yourself annoyance by regularly i I Jews and Arabs. I it. "the memory still lin- "I just riding around"Johnson. sod
Votes : to attract competent) charges against his client. He was
making a careful inspection ofj f on the police force. I From Cairo. Egypt, word was merely said that the warrant was I gers on in our shop." I I : .
your' premier* to make tfure that Ii i received that Arab leaders had wrongly changed by the clerk. The biggest repercussion came Coming Soon Lt Baker took the man to.Jen-
)till are not raising mosquitoes Absentee bolloting in the second issued orders to all Moslems to 'Judge Albury' will rule Monday from the onion country of Texas. I headquarters. lie wa .bonked ana
at hnrle.Mrs.IL. i I primary election to be held Arrives To stand by. ready for action and on whether the arrest of Elias Publicity Chairman. Eugenia : charge: of vagrancy' and tm
I May 25 may go on about the I ,. information came from Lebanon was wrong. : i I Henry of the Annual Onion Fiesta Robert Dopp. chairman; of the failing to import he w.. M ex
Borden middle of next week. John Eugj j that prayers of the masses were i r at Raymondville advised building committee told the K..yWC1't convict to Police Chief Jimpli"
; land supervisor of registration::: I Rites Of offered in mosques for the suc- i; Myers "not to worry any more II Jaycees at a meeting; that I Kemp.
said today. cess of Arab arms. : 65 Lose Lives In i p.bmit stinkin' ink order from windows for the clubhouse had i This morning Johnson admiMed)
Died) Yeslerday The secretary of state has I Jewish forces were reported'1 Richmond. W. Va." been ordered and should be in : to Chief Kemp he had ken' mrmt
given the candidates for judges Henry J. on the alert for any offensive: I : I Key West within two weeks. up to Raiford from Miss. on a
until Saturday noon" said Eug- arrived here i; that may be made by the Arabs. Plane] Crashes;I She said that Willacy County. Construction of the clubhousewas charge of stealing from MMfcMMei
Borden. M. died I Tex.. could take of the order, started two by the ,
Mr*. Blanch land.( "That means we may not the funeral nf his |j I years ago biles. He had served a full three
ye..tcrday morninc at Marathon Ret: the finished ballot down here | Elizabeth !l i j TK Group Elects I 411, T.. C._...r. Pre..I "even though we don't herb know(the Jaycees. and most of the buildinghas ;: ,, year sentence at Raiford.
; 1 about this spring been done largely by voluntary ) -
alter a abort illneu. before Monday. Then the County J The funeral will i much j I Hidden in his clothing was a
Survivor are the wido..r.o.borft Commission will have to approve i Sunday afternoon '! Officers ::i NEW YORK. May 14-Sixty- .. ramp) of the garlic family. We do efforts of the membership. ,, screwdirver. Johnson! seal .he
Borden two daughter.. the ticket and will have to send "| in The Lopez |I TonightNew 1;> five per-; >ns, includinga daughterof know" the chairman continued. I used it to repair his btcyrte.
..I.... Howard William of Marathon the ballots to the printer." Former Ambassador Kennedyto "that Willacy County onions cannot I II
and Mr*. Clenwood Wat- .. !! officers will be elected Great Britain lost their livesin only take care of their repu- Seek Divorces .
kin, ol Miami. one ton. Osborn I at the meeting tonight at 8 o'clock airplane accidents in the Unit- tation as the breath of the nation. I Wii
.......... Jr. ofOalla. *. Texas. and j I Photograph of the I of the Monroe County Tubercu- ed States Europe and Africa :: but can meet your deadline forstinkin" Petitions seeking' ; divorces were'I nr.C.XiAiF.;
REQUIRED"r'losis and Health Association Joe in the office of'
i !: I filed yesterday
nine erandchildren. I ., during the last 24 hours. ink. 112 Daval Iterate n_ l.f
Howard W. Gilmore [ Allen president announced to- Clerk Ross C. Saw- :
Miami U.S.S.
to indignant
taken in
in the an
The body WN I !i The worst accident:: was I, The- Auto Painting.
day. The meeting will be held in Oscar Nebo against Mary |I Repair,
funeral services of in comparisionwith i yer by
this morninc" for For Sale at the Newsstand j Belgian Congo. Thirty-five pas-I! reply said that
Pritchard Funeral I the Monroe County Clinic building W. Va. i Diaz Nebo and by Eleanor Vic- j' Body and Fender Work
and burial. L. Vallailare & Son | sengers and six crewmen arc reI the< Nicholas County. .
of I Motor I i Fleming street. merely) toria Krause against Harry r.rmmlmv Act r.rt. tmv All "' rPLASTER
In charge crash of big Texas onion is
Home. was sag DuTal Street I{ Mrs. Grace Ensign, field ported dead car the a, ramp the I j
;; secre- Krause. i
there. Another
II transport plane "fat and stupid !
I tary of the state association will ;
I I Used Car ) ;:i crash occurred in the French Ri j
also be on hand at the meeting.
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I I Cuaranleed 18 Months I Next to La Palace Theater : late holed Car: FOR SALE! SERVICE STATION I Prrrlp.. t'.II.d f.r ..* -STRUNK aII -

Y ur ank.. I IIm I I ROTS Francis at Division Phone 9134 I I. Itrlltrrrm .. I LIMBKR.: YAKII
Chack ,
LH U. I TELEPHONE Allan (Rocky) Lane end 47 Dodge. 4Door. A Beauty 1'"nilMtr "ilr tin- "i f'-.r | i |i
Service.Wblt. KEY: WEST AUTO PARTS Clean \... I"1llr: oil. IHr TELEPHONE tlAIYRTI
( Smith Auto 'I Mildred Coles in 46 Chevrolet. Very TO Grease. Spray or I CALL TELEPHONE 754
442 f .
al rietnUw. Barrarki"BRADY'S PYeas.. 1 Itl Dural Street Phone Ii "Oklahoma Iladlanda"News :! ; NAVARRO, Incorporated i LET LlONOTICE Change Your Oil i tmrmrr thIs..d.; II"1..I.w I

"OppnaJa. Army i ', and Shorts Opposite Bus Station _.
UI Chevrolet !
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OVERSEAS Coffee ShopCHICKEN i 4-Door Sedaa I Well. Hand Your Car Back KOH Ji I, "47 FnpMT" ]\ I I Like A New Car I ; Iern ?I
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STEAK DINNERS or . . 5150 I I.n. '17 4-Door Ford Sedan Super I : MASONIC NOTICE BODYand : _= _=:w 5 5ATss '

.... .'...irtr IM..rr, I- .,..... i 4-Door Sedan ( ) : All members of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish I II I :..u\t. Ms =..
(LIVE) Poultry & Eaa Market. Ikrled .11) i-.+". "Rd.. I 1.-I :::-I" '.42 Cadillac61 I Rite in good standing arc requested to participate in the
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12.4. WlMJe Street I 4-Door South Reunion which will be held commenting Tlic We l Retail
We Invite' You to Compare '12 Mercury; 2:00 o'clock Saturday (tomorrow) afternoon at the High FENDERREPAIRS

Quality and PIkeS I I I FOR SALE- 4-Door Sedan- School Gymnasium. !Jiiior| DealersAj!r"orialioii : FOR SALE

netW. Grade A Dressed and. '.J 1 ft DodgePickUp$Truck i Members and their Ladles will be entertained commencing Mill nieel again after 1941 FORD Conralible

, Draws a.1..J\aldd FRYERS\ Goodyear Casings I ';39 Ford ;! 7:30 P.M. with a dinner, followed by dancing. the Election* al lh- New Mercury Engin
Good Top. Tire and Paint a
and and
I .nerWa Grade A Dressed. STEWERS.llotlds I 600 x 16 51295I I Convertible : Sunday morning, commencing at 10 o'clock at Elks Driftwood Cluli.
: Draws ROASTERS .' 4 New Tires and Auditorium business session. K.C.C.H. Investiture at 2 I Price $875
I Grade AA LarP BATTERIES S895PAUL'STIRE uP ; o'clock. Purpose of the meeting SEE IT at

EOCS: "Featuring JAMES BONN, 33 GERALD ADAMS, 32" i is lo ilieii"a New MAKE CAR I\ KEY WEST

t Our Poultry I Is Received ALIVE I Used Car for Deputy South of Florida.Supreme Council V.M. I Business. I i Monroe Motors 'Ine. j I GAS 411 Fleming COMPAM'StreetVOT.Efor :

9; *od Dressed Duly 426 White Street Phone 65 ...""NO TRADE-INS I I l Your Friendly Ford Dealer &
..umn::!nmnmmmnrelilmmnnulmmular!! !
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JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD for SHERIFF-Let'sGet Going- Sure To VOTE MAY 25th

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AnnAT, MAY 14 Jq.

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IF WE COULD WILL YOU SMILE s s t ssl s sa IIMIi'ss;i IIMI! IMI _.
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or-., . bllshe4 Daily Except 8an4ar. by a . 7' :;Key, West In 1
.. P. ARTXA1. Ow.... mm* Publisher Life, expectancy lias'fieen more: than OldStoryButGood1
1LORIlAY 13.ARTH& BI.. ala..ger
Prom Tfc. Cttlae Building tripled since ui"first._began_ to roam the i :Days Gone By
Corner Greene tad An. street. A' country doctor in: Spain
- Oaly Dallr Newstiaper la Key West anMonroe earth when it is estimated-by discoveries .,,
came upon a peasant whose<<: burro TAKEN'FROM
Countyratered ]
I I had just balked. The peasant
life of man on the average was a little ,
at Key West. Florida aa second elaaa matter asked for help and the :doctor

;- MKMBEH OP THIS ASSOCIATED PRR4MTke more than 20 years. Now is it 67. I I reached down into. hi& medicine. MAY 14.1938hroadccjts

AssceUted ....... U exclusively entitled to Time and again, medical discoveries case found some powders and ;:: _JdIllUttllt II.ltllnllJlJPlIIlDII may..
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ry k"
.a* for reproduction of all news dispatches credited a
I* It or not otherwise credited IB this paper, and have advanced the average life of man. I I gave to they animal.' The I. RadioPhone of storm
also the local new published here. burro switched his tail tossed warning and marine information

.aD'ICR.I"TJO; !' nvna Heart troubles have been the main agen- his head and started on-''tnad generally waS begun .in Spanish Ir t

. Owe Year -a r. . .. .- $!..M cies that,have made the continued advance ballop down the road :$7 '.' !l. yesterday morning at. the light-:
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4. >>..atha,5.i The peasant looked at thltdoetor w sal a v y ay
-- :rare.n. .iloata Muatas. .,.,... ,,,.' ,-. Sib 1.1' in life expectancy in recent years slower "How much did the medicine house West. service station in Key. 4F ; y

\(e. iy ___ . .n than. it otherwise would have been. cost, Senor Doctor?" he asked -,

.: ADvEnTleEta HATES! Now the Illinois State Medical So- ,"About.: two pesetas" answered. Arthur Sawyer Post ,of theAmerican t r .
the doctor. -
Vade Known oa Application
that drugs have been worth Legion will conduct
ciety announces two "Give .me five pesetas' ;
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SPBCtAI. OTICB memorial services Matecumbe
All roadlji' notices, cards of tbanka. reaolntlona discovered that .will)) counteract the effectsof then,"*'said(the peasant.. "I've got j
,, ., to catch that, burro! -* on May 28' for the veterans who .
of rscpect. ooUoary 'IIOU es. poems, .et.e., will*> ,
efcarced for at the rate of !. cents a line. '' I at least two of the main fatal heart at- lost their lives in the Labor Day,
.Notices.; for entertainment br churches from -which :
. a revenue: Is to be derived are S.cents a line, tacks. ..,......CSesele/lead IS 1935, hurricane. Post Commander jji
m The Cltliea U aa 'open, forum and InTltes dlscvsalra ,' William II. Reardon announced i
of public Issues and subjects: of local or As the layman knows arresting of Radio today.

w M cvtnnualcalkms.:....ral Interest., b.t It will not publl&b anonymous the blood stream by hardening of the arteries Programs -- '.

or by blood clots has caused countless ........................ Sale of sponges on the municipal
wharf yesterday was the
: IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST I : thousands of deaths, but the societysays largest for a single day in seven -

:; ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN that the new drugs will alleviate that NETWOR1C-r&OOAMi years. Sales totaled $8,000. 'J.
Easter.) Lc 4 TUB F.r caalralSubtract
a. condition. en* hvr' fsr meuMiU*
subtract tars h urs. COM seed4 *,. Mr*. Bernice Park past great
.. 1. More Hotels and Apartments. Scientists have predicted that be. tie lacsl*, scnsdul ell.... sear. Last*f 1ll relax u &.teat-pr.. Pocahontas beaded a delegationof

.: 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. cause of advances in medicine, the time tram cJtaa.ss "net ke _*-N. local members of that order

..- 3. Airports-Land and Sea. will come when man will live an averageof who left this morning for Orlandoto tx eerw .
FRIDAY, MAY U attend the annual conventionof
4. Consolidation of County and .
'. 150 years. That prediction may be pooh- the Great Council.
City Governments. I- 1/. .
5. Community Auditorium. poohed by some, yet the advance in length- .:e>> News Report, IS Mln.-nb# .' '
Newscast fivenr Day--cbs Mrs. Quintin Starling and son, cf the 82ad Airborne Division descend from three C II "Flying Boxcars1rescue w
ening continued
life has to go .on, par- et.ork,5Ueat HW. -bcast David who has been visiting TK ) %rs.
...a. Kiddies. Hour (repeat)--sbc-wert cperation to aid besieged garrison at Camp Campbell. uRp pen
ticularly during this century. network Sliest 0' relatives in Key West left yes- the ....
nr)-mhs-a t of mammoth war games largest since World War IL At this phase paratroopers are .
Kiddies-Hour;<4c:epfatr. rnphitK terday for their home Lake
w For every complaint Nature appar- .::15-S on.: Mask Tine=abe Placid, Honda. in The garrison besieged byenemy"' force until ground troops can move in from Nerth Careiuu mi
:. MONOGRAPH ently has some remedy. Finding that remedT'has *.SO-United Nations JUpoft-cbe t put them. to flight. .
To the Voters: been the task of the medical profession Lun ud YelC..na.-l5eac-dl..et Atmer r Vt cbe-WMt., Mr., and Mrs. Milton Parrott,t .: .-:. __ __, __---.,;__ __-- __-__ ----- '-- -_

-_ Never before in the knowledge off throughout the centuries. Many a:45-Xewat LoweU Thorn by .Thrte repeat.i.1I--ebe b ''?; ', and son,: of Tavermer' arrived I WILL YOU SMILE? \ TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS :,; lag C*, Mvw York boraBreekiyn. .
yesterday to-Visit fronds in'Key .
7-CO-Suptxr Club-abc-basie 04 a oM. .
defeated candidate ex- remedies have been discovered and as i
this writer has "I'he West.
a Beulah bhow-cbs
Know America)
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f. pressed satisfaction to the electorate in. others continue to be discovered, the pro- Fultoa OTS and Lewis COII1-u.r--.b91. jr._bs.' J' (Unsound' ProofThey i< Dr. Katherine E. Mc&ide a iMNn eltalrsay head, >n See "'

W. C. Sugar) longation of life will)) on generation 7:15-News and CoaIhaaat1Io Key West Country Club will ,'I F4as+eigt, St rasa agttC.
his but ( go >
;: electing opponent Jack Smith and..Sooff--cbs give a dance tonight at the club- were entertaining friends president of Bryn Mawr Ooif! e. 'I Forbes 4
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Sweeting did just that the other day after generation. /\ Pally News:CoInmaat&ry-.biJ Dinner Date-mbst house on. Stock Island. in their new prefabricated home. Pennsylvania born in PMi M- }'I Y.rfc., ........ |. in **i.
::0:. in The Citizen when commenting favorably The goal of 150 years may appear to JO-Bob Three Crosby Suns Trio Club-nbc 'i Suddenly one of the, 'guests tup. phia 44 years ago. '. s4..... bn ill Scottend. W ,ten.
u -CDS Fire Chief listened j James F. Lincoln noted Cveland
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the election of Joe Allen)) be out of the question, but if man lives Lose Ranger Drama_balleorr Harry M. Baker } .
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J. Taylor-mbs left today for Miami on a busi- "Surely yoa'fe not troub'ed by manufacturer born m ,,, Dr (Ke1sh) flandvrs: Tetl.r
ommissioner.THE earth for only 100,000 more life 1:4&-Kaltenbora Comment-: nbo. *" l Ohio. 65 i!
his opponent for county on years Ed iiuiTow News o --<-bsbports ness trip.Frank mice already she $aid [ Pamesvillc. years. i of New York. sold l jHyrhiborn ,ia.srlm
=- I ORACLE. I expectancy will be much higher than that .ComBMnt.-robs "That's not .tnic ,". replied the J -Dr Boris A. Bakhmeteff, famed i iI in C1ura o. 44 years a*..
I :OO-Paul J..yalle Melody-nbo. B. Harris, who had been householder. "That's the people I Columbus University profMinr < ---
figure. Fanny Uric Comedy-cbs" spending 10 days with relatives next door eating celery. born fhtMia
Fat ;Man @tecUYe-abc I civil engineering in |I
I What is in store for man in the remote Always a Woman=mbs in%Key West returned to Miami .! 63 years ago.I ALBURY *** SON :=:.

r DON'T HOLD YOUR BREATH future is something that would seem to us :30-Danny Can Ton Thomas Top 1"1\15-11110 Show-cbs: ,yesterday. TODAY IN HISTORY I I Bruce Rogers of New Fairfw-Id. W. SpecUtiM .IB AHKlods
This{. ll3.1..; Prama-aba Conn, famed book designer and :I PHOL[
unbelievable if we could peer' into whatis Lease It'to Girls-mbsS Today The Citizen in an (Know America) :( of Keoa Stoat

: You rtill hear'people talking about to come. :5*-r'IT. Minutes:\ews-ebs editorial paragraph: says 1787-Date on which historic j' master-printer born Lafayette.Ind j i I and Lighting >Hit pia g c.lI-X
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Ditty Rose Comment-mba y: years ago. \. mrrttmm mMfc asyKrr
J" buying something or other "when prices # tCO-People Ara Funny-nbc-JL f "Borrow trouble, and your Constitutional Convention sche-I I' Joseph P. Knight, board chairman j Mne lessors
:\Morgan-Amrcha-Lancford principal and interest is worry." duled to begin but no quorum of Crowell-Colher PublishI I VrlK to *s 4 allf.scv
.: go back to normal: The building of a city is not altogetherthe Gabriel Break; the Ueatter Bank,nbc Comment-mbst till the 26th I I - .

'?' Anyone has a perfect right to defer work of industry; it is the developmentof : -News 'Broadcastnibs9:30Lyman TODAY'S 1804-Capts. Lewis and Clark

;; his purchasing in hope of a price milleni- the citizens themselves. Otile and walls Harriet Time-cbs-nbo ANNIVERSARIESKnow commence to the Louisiana histroic Territory.expedition inj i j l e Q 0L

um. But judging by the evidence, he'l'Jgoing lafonnatlcut The Sheriff Orama Pi,assmb.h.9FIvJMInuU -ab:J ( America) 1856-A herd of Arabian Cam- iI

to have a l long wait indeed. SLOW ROAD TO RICHESDo Sports-aba "',' 1737-Samuel H. Parsons Con- els for service on the Arizona de- ii
13:00: -1"H.< Mystery Theater-nfce necticut Revolutionary general, sert is landed: at Indianola. Tex. j
The inflationary pressures are as Phil Baker Uul*-chat Univer-I I
>Boxing it Sports Show-a a who helped develope the North- 1887-Leland Stanford
*. strong a* fver. The usual upward wage ad- you want to get rich in.a. hurry? Meet th ,Press-nibs f* '."> west Territory and was its first sity, California cornerstone laid. 'i

ju 1meitts are taking place. The national Ilf you do, you'd better not go into retail 13: JO Spoke-Bill St.Jones", !Sports Revue--nbo cbs"* judge, born' Lyme, Conn. Died 1917-Historic Espionage Act i i!,

"* . Tex: Beneke Band-sabsMXS Nov; 17, 1789.1796William'. passed by Congress. ,
. 'income Is still at or near its,peak. The, government ,: trade.A ; : -.Pro and Con Talks-nb. s., lltcfcling Prescott 1919-Polos : and..Lithuanians il l : .

** is showing. little disposition to typical food chain recently issued a 11)00-Xe..rlet7 Vews & vnrlety, Dance S hrs.t -hrs.nba-cb Boston historian, among the agree to stop fighting each other,

economize in direction. The cost off News and Dane Hour-abc country's greatest born in Salem through the good offices of
any report what to each dollar
on happens News, Dance Band I hrs. mbs
Mass. Died Jan. 28, 1859. American influen'-e i
the European Aid Program and the prepar- spent by consumers in its stores. More than 'ZOO: -Dancing CoBtloued":'b -.U& I 1833-James D. Cameron, Mid- 1929-Gov. Huey Long's im- iI

.4 rdnesn program will turn more dollars eighty-five cents goes to' farmers and processors dletown Pa. banker, railroad impeachment trial opens in Baton ii I
,. head U. S. senator, and secretary Rouge. La State legislature
loose, and lead to more competition for and for transportation. Nearly I Saturday Summary iI'
: of war whose father was also a immediately adjourns and trial is
scarce goods. Nothing in fact indicates nine cents is absorbed by salaries, wages subtract Blasters).LeeI.. hour Tim.;. far Fsr meuntala central I 1 i secretary of war, born in Middle- over. i

the probability of important price drops and other payments to workers. Over subtract twe tieurs.SATURDAY t town. Died Aug. 30 1918. 1932-10-hour long parade in NH '. trying to figure how weTt spfW the 125.900.00I
:.: ,1834-George. Soule, New Orleans New Yprk for "We want !>Per."
for kind of ;
any commodity in general use. three cents i is used for operating expenses MAY 13 poineer in business education 1940-Nazis bomb Rotterdam I Family Sweepstakes Prize in the Pc.k

:. The work of retailers, chain and independent such as rent, advertising utilities etc. A Me". in the South, born in Bar- I EJ peace negotiations are in progress t 'Treasore Top Contettt."

\: in aggressively fighting inflation trifle more than a cent is taken by govern- 9Jin-The Story Shoo-.nbo rington, N. Y. Died Jan. 26, 1926. :;J

"\ is a measure of the difficulties en- Shoppers Special-abe 1852-Alton B. Parker, New t 1941-Congress passes the Crop,J'j
ment in the form of taxes. *:3O lliod Your Manners-nbe York lawyer, jurist Democratic Loan Bill. 'j 0 $25,000 Cash for some lucky guoAy! Utat'c &c

: : countered. Stores have voluntarily cut Those items add up to 98 1-2 cents. 10-00-Frank Merrlwell Drama-nbo candidate for President in 1904, I 1944-Heavy fighting in all sectors -l grand payoff of 40 Cash Prize in the greet Family
; :- their profit margins discouraged consumer which means that the system in questionhad 10:30-Archie Andrews ClpbhoUse--cbs Drama! -nb born at Cortland, N. Y. Died of Italy. I Sweepstakes, in Pepsi-Cola's $303,726.00 TreacureTop"
from Mary Lee Taylor Talk-cbs May 10, 1926. I 19-15-771h Division of the U. S.1 Sweepstakes and Contests!
: buying high priced wares! worked a cent and a half out of that shopping O"rk.Ue7 t'oiks-mbs 1893-Julian Eltinge, noted female -. 10th Army on Okinawa storms to

I :: with manufacturers to improve qualities dollar to pay. dividends, and to build up 11.00-News Meet; Lets the Meeks I'rer'D4-cbe-nbc: impersonator born in Boston I get to the peak of the hill with 0 Also Monthly 51 Cash National Prizes each Prizes month! in your state pfajbig

and lower prices, reduced their overhead its facilities. Movie Abbott IL Contello-sbe Died March 7, 1941LEGALS I heavy losses. I i I
Quiz Show-mbs
Thousands have rnnh
won thminnndt
1947 President bill outlawing -
to the last nickel, and so on. This has helped Other kinds of retailing which havea 11 JO.-Junior Smillne-Miss Ed Draraa UcConneH- .bs-nbe I l -portal-pay signs suits totaling I more will win cash! Don't waitenternow

r enormously to retard increases-but it different inventory service and turn- .J.a'14I 1'hs Teen of the Club Lostb8-robs I '. billioni .;. I Contest closes June 30 1948.

hasn't caused a swing back to the 1941 over problems must earn a larger profit. AHenteeii i 1 saTirE 0. pi on'Ti: !i 1j GET ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STOftC e

I price level. There is a definite point past But in' practically)) all cases that profit 12:00-Junior Thatr Junction of Today abc-cbs: '. f.I lTHR COT rOI'TT'T.- "I IM.F! "'01.: 'HT.M0MIOK OKFlOHIUt. .,I j Betel, i. concocted chewed by from many the Orientals nut of- 1 Bottled by:

.1.: which retailers or can't and the leaf and } Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Key West
any group go represents a mighty small share of con- 12:70-Coff.e With Congress-nbo I Estate of areca palm a pepper
Stars Cver HolI"aoocl-cba 1 I Under appointment from Pcpsj-Coia Co N YT
: \ nay in business.! They have to make both sumer spending. American Farmer-a bo CAURIKThe 1.. OLMSTED.Inncasrd.. white lime

"" end meet like the rest of us. Fro" Art. Quartets-tabs t State of Florida, to All Person i ._- -- -- -
The basic of maximum 1:00- and Hanx"
cause bc
f service r arm Interentd In the Estate:: .>f said i
We all hope for lower prices. But for a minimum profit is a simple'one. It Tjrand Luncheon Central Broadcsst Drama-cbs-.bc Pteedent lou : hereby notified that awrltt..n Roberts OFFICE :
t don't hold breath ,while Alan Lom;x. alta4be SUPPLIES 9
I 7 your waiting. lies instrument! purporting to
in economic which
an system -
permits IZO-Ed
Tomlinson.: :Talk-nba be the Last \\ill and Testament ofsaid
-s County Fair Juii-cbs decedent has. Area admitted to 126 DUVAL ST. PHONE 250 T Overseas
open competition in all)) lines of business. Speaking of Song-a be ... probate in said Court Transportation :
Dance Band Time Call Us for
: THE BOMB NOT ENOUGHThe Anyone who wants to can start any kind -nibs. Yon are. hereby commanded within Repairs
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: -News of O era as-nb nix ..aaendar'monttul from thedate
of a store. He i is perfectly free to take the *:oo-Music for Moment=nbo of the first publication of this of All flakes Typewriters, : Inc. :
HITS and Take -'
finis-cb notice to appear in said Court and Company
atomic bomb, by itself, is not a business away from other stores if he can. Fascinating IUtkm-abO Know cau_. If any von .ran why Adding 'Macliinpa and '] ,
.T More Dance Time-mbs the action of said; court in admit-
complete weapon, declares Ueut.-Gen. Les- The only limit imposed on him is decidedby 2:30-Vetf'rana Series-nbc ting Jl&ld111 to probate should not CheckVrilers Fast
' lie H. who Th. Country Journal-Cbs land unrevoked. I Dependable Freight and Express Strike :
Groves headed !
the project that I '
his own energy and ability. Tile UitcMnc- Post-abc (SEAL) Rental Typewriters and Ixtwixn_
.. developed the bomb. Guest Band Show-mbs Raymond R. Lord. County Judge Adding Machines I '
We call)) that system free enterprise. *;00-Orchestras of Nation-abe :Moaroe County. Flonda
1, The General warns the people of the Overseas. Report-cbs ny (s) Agnes. \\. \jllar Clerk SALES FOR MARCHANT |I lIIAland\ \ KEY WEST :
Nothing torequal it has ever been devised. Piano Playhouse=abe First publication on \pril :>. CALCULATORS
\ United States that it is not sufficient for 2 To Be AnIIDmba 1>4'. I Also Serving ALL POBffTS ON FLOftlDA XTTSB 1
:IS-Science Adventure-cba I apr.23'3emay7-14.1545.
us to pin our hopes on a single weapon or When people fight over religion it is ":30-Cross Section n. S Abe<< ..- I .tw"n Maal and >Jeer W.t
single! The Symphony: Hour-abc- \""OTU'.: OF 'LLIPoll ulna I ;pii -- ea
arm-such as the atomic bomb or a good sign that there isn't much to it. fepotts Parade-mbs Notice Ix. hereby given to whomit II-J I
air' *: 0-Doctors Today-ate may concern that on the lut day : ,
power by itself. He maintains that this
I Horse bee: Dance-cbs '. of June A. I>. 1'(3. at 7:20 P. il Let Us You Express Schedule t
country must protect itself by a properly Race: Charlie Elecum-tnbe In the Monroe County Court llow. Help :! (No Ea i
JUDGES AND ATTORNEYSChief 4.30-First Piano Quartet-nbo* Key \\e-t, Florida the Board of Stops Rental
balanced military establishment i includingair Make Way for South-cbs County Cofnmi-wionern of Monrov LEAVES KEY WEST DAR.T 'fCX I ;
ports Matinee-abo County, Florida, will open sealed Plan Your Floors CEPT SUNDAYS} at fcOO; P.M. A*. .
ground and sea forces. Justice Vanderbilt Dance Music Time-mbs bids for the following road work: j rive :s
Arthur T. a. Miami at IfcOO leek M .
4:5>-Church Serr Crept. C: )-mt>_ In <>rove I'ark a .ab"v"lon.;
: The General 1 j Is telling the people of of the New Jersey Supreme Court. 6-00: -Swacee River Boys-nhe ITpper Maternml. Florida a-> I Free Estimates Given 1'I night. [

United States that, the day of push-lmtton that the modern lawyer is "quite unmindfulof says News HJrse; Race Treasury at Fimltco Band-abo<<'ba' recorded 111 construct In Plat a Hook road I.12 par feet .Asphalt TileRubber LEAVES MIAMI DAILY fETCSTT .

warfare has not arrived. Take a Number-mbs cast wide on Jerome Avenue for a I Tile SUNDAYS) at 12:00 .'.... M.4. .
The statement the general public's dissatisfaction with 6:IS-Three Suns Trio-abe distance i.f approximately 421 Cork Til night and arrive at Kr West .4 '

: cannot be repeated too often because of the administration of justice 6 JO-St-Doc_ Louis I. Q.Matinee. Jr.-nbc cbs feet rocking The ,construction rolling and bonding conxMttsof Plastic FIo r Tile .00 o'clock AJ-L .
.- the danger that the people of this This Melodies to Kemember abo lids are to tee submitted. on th. Plastic Wall Tile Local Scheiluiet .
countryJ" statement made by a responsible True or Pale-mbs>east burin of cost )K'rOa r. yard and .
way become convinced that a future war jurist deserves the consideration of all 5:45-TV e klr Commentary-sb bond'hall or be Cashier arrompanied or certified tt\ a check bid I Wool BroadfellsCapeuo Rugs (Slops At AM I.ter....... P.tiU>J .
bombs equivalent tn ten tie' ) per rent of LEAVES >KEY WEST' AH.Y t faX.! A
be won by
may or by scientific de'it"PA those who practice law ,, Acoustic Ceilings
because there is the estimated total rn t- CEPT SUNDAYS) at ttOO .'..k
\ and that there i is no necessity for the not much doubt about the accuracy of Your HoroscopeFRIDAY tracted The work without can the not County be rn-- I Formlsa.Hardwood for Sinks.Flooring A. M. and arrivs at MNIRI M 4.ft
o'clock P. M. .
Individual composing our population to Judge Vanderbilt's consent and it must I.. commenred .
Certainly MAY within thirty (I. Counters. Tables
14, 1948-Today ) djyafter t; LEAVES MIAMI
put themselves to any inconvenience in the administration the letting of the contract and t.. Floor Sanding and DAILY fBXCBIT
proper of justice is peculiarly indicates an inspiring ature to be completed within a reasonable SUNDAYS) at *00 -rioek A. M. sad .
... connection with national defense. the obligation of the profession._ which will try to carry out plansin time thereafter I Refinishings arrives at Key West at S M S''iaek
spite of opposition. This is well All bids most l>f in the hands of P. M. .
Jurists and the County Clerk on or before 7::3*
attorneys-at-law should be the I| if not carried too far; for in this P. M. on Tueiulay June 1st I94S I Modem floors & Tile I
Governments exist for the benefit of first to seek means and methods of day it leads into dangerous positions The Commission reserves. the
protecting -
-_the governed :"people do not exist foi : the administration of justice. While and may caus calanuly. Do all right bids to made:-cept pumtian or reject-to any this and ad I J. L. GATES FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY smtVICE

not depend too much on your own v.rtlmf'ht 1-ULL CARGO INSURANCE
the benefit of governments but there are they cannot accomplish the impossible, but listen to the advice Ke-e A\eM, Florida :May I3th A. Flooring Contractor
.- many on government payrolls -who think they can, at least, take the lead in the of others, even if you do not entirely P. l>48. Roes C Sawyer Clerk I 1434 VIRGINIA STREET J I MAIN OFFICE and PHONES WAREHOUSE: fft AND CM.' ft Sates ft Fysade Hag .

just that and net accordingly:- '._ ; effort. follow it; for some of it .Board;Monroe of County County mmi'''"ioners, PHONE 1599 If : .- . .
will be 1 -
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THE LOW DQWH'of pulchritudinousjlamsel-L poised.
On a springboard. Much more, I
ay. mdum Is fading SIR.th..
la,1. *'
And while'on OUfor l and 49peopl

*moving ouCwc caw squinta AP N. rdpature
t hrZ t e ti reading where a bit"at other things'mo&in' in A MODERN interpretation of

lift.. 'faete ,.... es-n,.other states Jn Mai. far ,WeUEleven ._ .Qoloaial Uaditida, .this plan
California. ..*. can.1iIe used,on either a wideor'
pulled up stakes governors there at.a meetIng -\t .
narrow lot. B*,tt n A
and headed for Texas. Too much: have sent out an S O S-ior! '
'Weber/ 221 North La SalU St. .
tanistA frwn the Labor Tempi, dinero to bolster their various ,I
the man Mid. It u only 40 work. tffairs, big' reclamation umidid--i C&kaga'I. IIL. b the (architect .
U m. rtoMr out. but the foilu 'dies-*uch' fumfdiddki' being a H* finds: ,this Style popular because -
......r ran take ..... The. next ""fr nt-. for power schemes 'ett!.] If *lapart< an air of -
tlUtlli to nve might take WJ: Hollering for- help don't have] 9rac9 end dionity to anV site."
..o_. Tl *y hare a good man that western, tang sounds like!i Plan W-SOO. this bones includes -
1Mre In sunny C1- *-ho doing they are going 'softy.. I I sbt good fated ,rooms in ap- ; "
.i4s Intel best to ehans thing'so Ip Texas na man 'admit there proxiaiattly L3OO' quue feet
that a prmn is 'rt'e to work Is. better man 'in Hhe.U. S* A. exclucive of porch and .&rag.. +
t*,,. at what and when be than he is:-and he will prove it .
,'_ A part basement accommodates
'Moses--and for how much.Bhftuld ,to you if you get chesty or smairThv -T
plant and laundry.
Tke7 listen there, more '. don't yelp for atals- or heating -
; attentive. to this gentleman. lie holler for help in old free' and' : f' ,', \" r. -t
to Cecil deUttle. lee is no sinxle.J wide Texas.
>rmr -h knows abput tTie' low
more Yours with down '
things than hootin'' picture JO :'dA'E'j ;
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.. ( q. % ( t9 tions.- ,the 'suggest
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Th.,' 'offers
root: plan .
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eatancix. As shewn here;.. a location on the cast tide of -a street ;would gi..' the house morning:
ton. bx ldfci. -" tad:dining 'room. with a southwest eXp $ure- fogs Uying rom. 'The open plan of,

living and dining.areas-provides an unbroken 'width of 30
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for identification.' t testament? V
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> f CORNER i A: The rame'as' it was" used in : fits may.have their questionsanswers

"......." _".A._ '!the service, your-numQef; if you :I By writing the nearest.' ,VA '
HOW have one., and"your'Service' num- Regional Office.) ;
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Wrh.hvi..c Veterans are invited -to "write seas under the :provision of the j

: HOWARD STOVALL left) cf StOYalL Miss.. and Miss Basbara ,right" to .the Vetrani Administration G-I Bill qualify, for benefit of i .
.. Heod ef Memphk. Tena. king and oueen of the Memphis 'CottonCaralvaL for services they Seek, the Fulbright Act? -, iq .YIr: : I ut..CLPuJdL .
get into the spirit cf the thing,at the opening of theAnnual I
: brit many are confused. about de- .A: World War II veterans S7 BILl. P.u-uo.
festival. taiVi. Some of the' more- usual studying over es'' under the Ser- :
vicemen's Act
Readjustment :
- errors
clarified in 'the
are questions -
and answers below and under the Fulbright-,, because*.
published the .Key West Citi- funds used to'administer the lat-
zen as a service to -our veterans. ter were not secured from, U.]S.:
Q: Why is it that I 'can't geta Government appropriations The
Fulbright Act is administered by
reply to a letter I. wrote Veterans
the State Department.
Administration several
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months ago? ;; : ,
to NSCI by x-last will x>r
,A.In all probability :your'letter dry my
is one of many that does "not or testament.A 1 i
;fve sufficient information to : No. A 'rfiange of beneficiary J i
i identify you. lie many instances must be made by written
i it rc::>each must be made'before the notice to the VA over the sign ojt
writer is identified 'the claim ture of the insured and shall not 1 recken I ssast be a't.ol .t Wall- oji
jI I acted on, and a reply sent out. be binding on VA-unJess receivedand i Street.' J own 1949 ear, owe
I It is estimatedthat about 20 per indorsed on the policy by ' $4300.00 on my farm and don't like
cent of'ell letters received by VA VA; An original ,designation of Cotniqqnlsts worth a damn** j
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thus ffuetC Lois Jean Hood. 10 years oU.ol East Orange. N. J.
watch the Inauguration parade in Baton Rouge. The little girl
was tavited to the Inauguration by Long after she wrote him

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meals Is invariably In adtanre. but bulged with horror. .
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. ..... Advertisements under Ibis head rerolar.advertisers with ledger account IRIS' knitting bay"Johanson Whit *'
;; :: ..will b.. Inverted In The Citizen at may have their advertise "W1 ere did that come from! eyed him as aa.-.I. .._ .....,
,, .t .' toe rate of 2e a word for each f"ertlon. tnvnt rharred.rrBLICATlOX. "It's your bag. Johansoa ob- he were on m witness staved aa* S is tau "
but tile minimum charge forth DKADLftK tell were undergoing cross ......- aaewe 01. IUw .p4.. .......
. firm IB words or leu* Is JO*. To Inaor* publication, eo"for-u served dryly. "Suppose you fe
tion. "Would you swear to Mi? q.ss a 14y Ms . "!
:. The Tat for Marafarc type U So a be in The Citizen office II us.-
. word and the minimum charge for o'clock fir tile morning of the day Yes. 1 swear It. 1 swear IIrBurb harow's trews wsa v.u 1
'the first It word I* tic. of publication. Bud Donovan crossed to his giggled with exeftcawBt .uwdlJ' Pis.tantbegSeteata
. wife's chair and put his arm pro- The iDvestiptorunHNI M tht '. sea 5641t .
tectively around her shoulders. He Donovan a rueful smite aujlisx what did yen And ..,
All advertising Is accepted under the following conditions: In the reminded Vince of bantam at the corners of his mouth. "That -na..t 'mm htGaeldwealthy
.. .""nt'.., error In advertising transient or'eoDtrat"t. Tbe Citizen will l>e a gamecock with will be all for now then. . .- y ; responsible only for the first Insertion In Fla_lll.4 Atvrnlmlmf, and In on the defensive and Iris didn't forgive eaMly. "ft taeturer That the k...a! .
but not
Display tdtrriUlBB for only the actual amount of space occupied by the several feathers missing
< we're no longer considered stirdereril" e.ptaAl hilt.a a roH.fs" ..hW
, part of the advertisement where the error occur ready to concede defeat I
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wise d \.rM h.t vtortr ",.'
- . . . . . .' : ." INNN. . . . I "Someone is Irving to frame its," "If I were posHhre TO* ware q.e' .. not ml i". v 4- ..

HELP WANTED-FEMALE ;: FOR RENT ROOMS he insisted angrily. murderers Iou d be under am**" their a. 'ot-vituut ', ,
,j r I Johansoa flipped his thumb he replied. I merely MM I ejjU IIw w .r olW.lI--4 y. sin
across the corners of the bills. rig a convincing case std 1 atfB Un<*>-<1 ti' .'v* .. 'v. '
Scars Roebuck and Company has; Lighthousekeeping rooms, $5.00 1 could rig up an excellent case can." hss'isan-t 1.11 rh.M .. '..111
an opening in Key West for a to. $15.00 per week. 411 William I against you two based on circum- And don't von forget H far eN nat ,u wee* of *im,.,' N
woman between the ages of 22 Street. may4-lraox stantial evidence alone. You came moment his eyes warned theta. list a nrc to IK.+n ant tteatinc >. ..
and 35, with some bookkeeping I here to blackmail Mannlev: : he refused dead rr."t and cast"
; experience, who can type at OVERSEAS HOTEL I to take the bait so Donovan IT TOOK more perw *lea te rt e, ilk eve.-
least 35 words minute. 917 Fleming'Street here. an expert with a knife. let rid of Hugh and it WM ..., Sons-as itMwtaeatt Awtte >
Ii I It him have it then robbed him. You minutes after bis .....rtuN that at the knot t>,
Person selected will receive ap' Weekly Rates I murdered him before "Thru .
could have just Sonia Deveraux entered tike r.sitw at knnw .1\. t
proximately six (6) weeks'training !I ..$3.00 to .$10.00 without Bath two o'clock and returned to in answer to the ie..rtiNMee.a t1. Jr1'. new Irani
in Atlanta in Credit I $12.00to $15.00 with Bath vx>ur room for your chat with Pal- summons. She wore a tad ..... safe "
Investigation approval and maylO-lf mer while Mannley was dead. suit trimmed with knbssttiy ...1 "rlahaW:: HoC S...,vstlt.n
collection of accounts. After 1 It sounded convincing but Vince silver bells dangled at her p 'tate JI.IU\-
training period, permanent position I Furnished rooms, $6.25 single, knew Johanson didn't believe it well-shaped ears: their fats __ ,rofl'..t>'41! pie A ,
any more than he did: Mannley sical tinkle and the attar oC nd -. Wealth n.UBt Low g ielt-
Credit Clerk double
as at Scars $7.50 626 Grinnell St.
: himself had said. "We can elimi- men followed her into the .. whim tit v trtHa -
Order Office in Key West will ., may24txLovely nate the Donovans. When she sat down JO* -.1' h/.w l...... surf
be assigned. "We didn't take it." Iris eyes walked over to her and $ Ren,rtet wan a "1Prtarr5..4
Good salary and many employee'I well ;ventilated rooms. were growing! dull and hopeless. the nacket of money. He liked. to w wsiLy
benefits available, Apply in .Ideal for summer living, near "I can't imagine how it got into "You've seen this before I JlPns. .,. v but h*. n- va.r ,.
person at Sears Order Offices in I beach. Special Jew summer mv knitting bag.- Madam Deveraux .....i\ la a t...iRe. W'o'!

; ..Key West. Monday/May 17th,, vents.:.Beach Guest House, 1328 "I can! I knowrThey "Non.She nevair.leaned forward sHfMly taM WM t in I.n A iris twrei tT. a edit*w ats4!, .
-- between 9 A.M. P.M. :- I e :White .Street. - all stared. Hugh Mannley
andjj "Hugh saw you place k ta Mf* am arj when th* .' t-as
Only applicants desiring pern' anent -' 1_ -1. ; may7-8-13-14-15-5tx: was oeering in at the half-open Donovan's kntttin bee IMt mi M.* ssw I asked hint t.. >__ as"d
> employment will be considered : window. v. "You would take the ......- taMB ,.. with IH. 7MTdi
rent Johanson"actually looked minded one's word acaiastSonfVs I w sa a we M\d w
Two for for men only.
.' Sears. Roebuck and i rooms shocked. "Have you been there all ?" _.wr 't I. .*p..* a ttrlorlawj
CompanyCor. Apply 1017 Eaton. may3-2tx .. ..,
Simonton and the time? "In this ease res. Jihsann's .unr. And > w ..
Fleming Sts. I "Yes. all the time. I heard ezoression was adamantShe wA. I v1-e.
: 'may33tHELP ; Large,'"cool sleeping rooms with everything you said. gave a little shrug of detest "** V..ST* e r>||. t.wf.
"breakfast privileges, if desired. Everything! Then he had heardof very welL I tell you what sap- .. rss aVww the
WANTED 1721 Simeon's death yet he showedno pen I deed take the moae k s ......
. Young'sTourist: Rest anguish or surprise.Was it possible days ago: I try to genre eel bseii *1 W eel WH V.XIeaasw Ent tea
'. MALE AND FEMALE Flagter :Avc.. 1172J. that Sophie had told him but the proper oooortututr ..... I hat a riiisl a 1ftiJ.
.-.' mayl4-lt after all? not present eetselt Aftrrwarda 1 1 Iari. the osajr te.e g ttaat
$75 $125 I ; ; Hugh perched on the sill like am sired I weel be SJCCMM ef rate wttti H.. v.m >*
You, can earn that kind of moth :; .. ': ': STORAGE some wary bird. "The French lady Seeroeoo's murder eel Nt He aaaratil' And ww f <... tkIwAsNier iJ
and more. and you don't need .' '" put the monev in there last night"' found on me. i o 1 hide e**_" she ens .ii cv ow aIh
he announced triumphantly. "And why did you take it to tier ... vtw r stew sat". I _
r experience. This is a proven Red Bricfc'Storage Co. Furniture kturee 'if
'I "How do you know? Johanson first place? Pevitwe'it o1
: plan by a national corporation > 'or for meeial. '}>>honc 798. demanded sternlv."I "I do not see why I should ti treed t+........ he's .1
operating here and in other". .: mayl l-tf saw her Just before you you that.'she touted Dn1t.... 1 see the fewatart.* st I
principal cities. No experience -'I turned your flashlight on me. I was Johanson sat on the WIHard .*. rttamsbm J.a* fWetsUdrm
: necessary as we"'complet .; PERSONAL ; peeking through the window and table swinging one lt th r....- III < ** SM v pet.! I An
: ly train you. Car helpful but she was iust the other side.of the teed leIF over the t'M'M'I'' iMpatientlv. knew hut what *.v W."'t
: not Neat glass with the moonlight shining "Perhaos it would be aster tl see arc awuwl th.te
: necessary. Young business woman wishes to I on her. When Vince came over to to tell me than to leave tt to mr ... M ..atia.edtMill.
and willingness to work share lovely apartment in good _. .
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I helpful. Apply P. Schwartz, residential. section. References

. . Hotel La Concha. mayli-2tx. exchanged Phone 640-M after WILL YOU SMILE? WILL YOU SIIILEPGrandma's ,',H.u. '

FOR RENT 6:00-P.M. rnayl3-2tx Logic 1 Answer I The Telltale kjdUs

Restaurant all-equipped. Good I
: location. Apply '802 Caroline. 1934 Chevrolet Master Tudor. A'woman went into a shop to Grandma was telling tier family Sktetrhe 'prt *A.ta..tMtftirt

I : ; .. . .. : inayi4 trE $\50.00-.as isl ; Gqpd engine, fan buy a drinking-bowl for her dog. 1 about her day in Cian-A 1 .. is aa< a. ML*
tires* good body. Apply 30-2 and the salesman asked her if l met such a pleasant ywwg; saaa iw Ny'Jteat Ito dui

.J 3' FOR RENT-APARTMENTS'. Pomciana 'Place. may2-3tx she would like one with the the train." she .... -Me .-.. Sat leas rd prrt.ata in !E

.. ; < words "For thp Dog" painted on f to give me the winner wt treeKentucky ban arie4. at Stabll a.*
.lit, Furnished 3 1942 Buick Super Sedan. ,1946engine. it. I
apartment room : I I waaw .Il o.et Shut n
f and bath. Maid and janitor .'.. Excellent throughout. "No, thank you," she replied. I sees r.y"
"And did he? one asked eagerly -
service, linens and utilities Apply 30-2 Poinciana Place. see, the dog can't read, ckkariteno ,.... t.F aArtes.
furnished. Summer rates. Cor? t' may2-3tx water my!" husband never drinks ; "Of course not. my ...." sire stud .t ,, llbetas. ..
at Hotel Apartments opposite i replied. "I had to tell turn that ."'
:. Post Orrfce. maylO-lOt; 1941' Ford. convertible coupe, super --
1 deluxe. A-l condition. Ap-

All new furnished apartment, I . ply M-5. Ft. Taylor. New combination cash i The Bcaclicumbc
jalousied porch electric refrigeration - i may 11-5 tx register'
adding machine. Two 11-
hot water, ;8000 per
month. 1301 Division Street 1946 Nash Ambassador radio foot skiffs, one 14-foot inboard j
Pine Plazb Apartments: I heater.-- overdrive. A-I condi- boat two outboard motors j
may6-tf tion. Private owner. 9-2 Pom Pirates Cove Fishing Lodge. Graduation Gifts

ciana. Place; Phone 1096-R. mayl4-2Uj:

Efficiency apartments. all utilities :. may!3-4tx Skilsaw.", practically new. Used!'

furnished. Adults only Also MISCELLANEOUS on 1 job. Will sacrifice. Not HerGIFTS
sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 reasonable offer refused. Phone for
double. Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming -
830 Division St.
Street may7-tf Washers, irons vacuums and
fans repaired. O'Briai.t Phone I may 14-3tx |! ..
1164-M. mayl-tf
Furnished apartment electric White outside paint, white enamel .
kitchen linens and kitchen For guaranteed plumbing and re $2.75 gaL Doherty & Co..:
utensils furnished. Two blocks : pairs. Free estimate. Cal1 846 Olivia, corner. Packer. Call I
from beach. Couple only. John Curry 512 Margaret St. 1597. mayl-tf ,
,j Phone 753-M. may I 0-5tx Phone 781. mayl-tf r
Plumbing supplies, complete '! That 'rillS.HIU
Live.In Comfort Humane Society has two attrac- stock. Plastic tile paints and )
OUR OWN PRIVATE BEACH tive Terrier pups (female) for brushes. Murray's Plumbing,]
Steven Hotel Apts. Rates $15.00 adoption. Phone J030-J. 1532 N.W. 62nd Street Miami.1 Her /: ./,(",,',,fi..na

per week. Phone 1478. may 12-3t Fla. Phone 7-3421. mayl-tf and zilr

.. maylO-tf 1Slit
WANTED TO BUY Small motorcycle, mechanically All
Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. OK. Excellent tires economical ri'urDetlrr
C Utilities furnished. $69.00 Dasiri to purchase home. Price al transportation. Apply 3001 -

monthly. Couple only. Apply must b. reasonable. Please I Harris. may 84! l atf'r
915 Windsor Lane. mayll-tf wril*. 91109 full details to
Mils C. Nichols. 123 N. Mole 14' skiff, 5 h.p. Champion de- in QualityTHE

Efficiency apartments, full hotel Std*t. Philadelphia 2. Pa. luxe outboard motor, oars an- -
service, $60 $75 monthly. New maylO12141719216tFOR chor, 4' cast net. Glass bot-
Charles Hotel, 525 Eaton Street tom bucket grains and pots and
Phone 362. may14-3tx SALE fishing tackle. A real bargain.
$250 Takes all. Motor only

Newly constructed efficiency House next to Citizen office on three months old. Phone 205W.
apartments. Electric kitchen Greene Street. Must be re- maylO-6tx
hot water. Small children ac- moved or torn down for salvageof
cepted. Apply 909 Elizabeth lumber. mayll-6t Dining table and 5 chairs. Rea
Street. may 14-tf sonable. Apply 1420 6th St

Porcelain Frigidairc apartment- may12-3tx
Efficiency apartment couple I ..slz $95.OQ. 14-ft. skiff with '
only. Paul's Tire Shop. large well $60.00. 3!z hp. Gas stove pair skates. APPI.I
may 14-3t outboard motor, $30.00. All i 837 Olivia St

good condition 919 Southard
WANTED TO RENT Street may 13-3tx Sandwich Shop, with beer and !
wine, on the main street-the
Naval officer and family desire To private boat owners: New best spot in town. Now doing "
two or three bedroom house or flare pistol and shells. Priced $700 weekly, will do $1200 dur- ('laarmilllC nrar'It" G
apartment Call Boca Chica for wick Sale. 800 Caroline in season. A real moneymaker f
125 before 4:30 p.m. mayl3-3tx I (upstairs). mayl3-3tx for a live-wire that wants to 0 llIlIlIill" I'itl 1e'leO .
l I work.. Business and fixtures.f
Two-bedroom house by local vet| Two girl's bicycles good condi 3800. Write Box XV c/0 I y.'IIft'Jw.

eran with wife and two chil tion. '37 radiator for Plj mouth. I Citizen. mayl2-6tx 1....".". ltieett. "-
dren. Moderate rent. Urgently -I in good shape.. 1219 Simonton --
needed. 903 Windsor Lane. Street. may 13-2tx For Sale-Aeronca Trailer. 184
ma'J -4tx. 'I hours since overhaul. Excel-

] 5-week-old .Pu'ppies. See Phelpsat lent condition. 3411 A\e. "E.
Naval officer and family desire Mastic -Trailer' Park. United may2-6tx BEACHCOMBERJ
3-bedroom house. Call 1127-J. Street. ma '13-3tx
: .. I
mayl3-3tx Trailer. Liberty DeLuxe 1947.

Lady's shoe"skates size 7'%. Good 27. electric refrigerator. bottle I \t I'i lfi l'FM1
WANTED TO BUY condition.. Phone. 1185J. gas stove 9x20' awning. all
.. may 14-2tx I steel posts and rods. Trail True I TELEPHONE $M
Buggy wheel or light wagon dolly, electric brakes. trailer
wheel at least 40 inches high. Solid mahgganv Seth-Thomas hitch. New October. $1100.00 114 Duval $tr..t Key w..t. ,'.......

Phone 9232. 830 Division St. chime clock. Telephone 740R. I\I under original cost. Box 49.

_._, _ _ may 14-2tx '- '- may 11-6tx Rock Harbor. may3-2tx .

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: Simonton 51.'j ::. Nice Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRSPlentX : W E 'SELL IT'' StationJ. : .
Ownenhlp.Management For and Deliver WHITE STARCLEANERS Service
: We Will Call
.I BENNY FERNANDEZSenrlnq : of Action Toys for: the ,Children : S) PHONE I1U : --
1 It : .( A/ SO Tears'Experience la EMctricaIWNk, H. BRADT. Manage ...
. '. SEE'OUR- Electrical Appliances Frauds and Division Streets : -.
'j f : eBREAKFAST. 1to 11LUNCHEON. : : 'SH J WING c. of. Duval StreetTELEPHONE : Marco Mesa Jr.. Prop :
p S UiM to 7 7D1NNtL 2 ....e........!,........- ..?*.....>M..*.eeeeeeeeeee'eeee .. :: .lLCQLJ,211 701 DUVAL STREET Tires .Tube -'Batteries Auto AeecMoric :

: ; : S to 1:30 !' .: :1 eeeeeeeeei' : ELECTRIC U : S22 SIMONTON STREET .......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"ieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ..........55e
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The Best of Steak .f .......................... .. .....e.. .'eeeeeeeeeeeee .'
{ : I HOME SUNDRY STORE ......................0. .5 Dry Cleaning I
Short Orders-Sandwiches ,
! At All Hours : 1207 DIVISION ST NEAR COR.WHITE:ST. : PRITCHARD i ii' : and Pressing TGUY'S
: I : Try Our Frown : Tour Patronage Invited-, :. i : Free Pick-Up and BODY SHOP : "

..It.j: : Open TROPICAL DHr and DRINKS Sunday. :: Ice Cream.Proprietary Medicine : FUNERAL H DRY GOODS i : SUITS Delivery for Service MEN 60.-os GREENE:= STREET J f

, S A.).&. to Midnight Sick .School : *45 to 85500( i i I
I Room SuppliesToilet : Auto
, .......................... : Supplies and Articles : : HOME : : 1106 OLIVIA STREET : and WOMEN Painting
r Preparations Made-lo-MeaMire\
: :.ee.eee..*....... J............etettmttttttttiMUMFORD : : : PHONE 373Specializing : i PHONE 282LOPEZ BODY and FENDER: REPAIRS: : v

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I Exclusive Monroe County Durribulor.orCarrier : : :. and .: Hotel SIS Flemiag St. ,'l
;, CO. : .. .. .. !I f DONALD BARBER r'
no DUVAL STREET Air-Conditioning Ambulance Service : : Children'sTelephone
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We Specialize .. ..
.. : JmrtiHr Funiiture> : for Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : : : ': .Funeral Service : VI' Scalp) Treatments. Hair DyeingALL i*..

: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE S _..._. Apparel : ...
n3 PHONES' SIM : : Established 188 2 M ctmne !*
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1''f : RADIOS andAppliances HOTPOINT, Ranges Electric, : .. i J. .A. MYERS :. Einbaliners24Hour : .sTiS.B Scientific; / Beauty..m Culture NOOK) v ..

: Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : : j in All Branches -

: Washing, Machines\ for Immediate Delivery : i Licensed : Ambulance I Thoroughly Experienced F : :

!l "Terms TILL Arranged"OPEN fcOO P.M. ': APPLIANCE i Operators I -.
. .: ., MON. and SAT.eeeeeeeeee . PAINTING 1 :' Service I Soft Water UiM Exclusively L \
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"I.i .: .eeeeee.ee.. :...*505".SIMONTONSThEET.............................PHONE.*.. ._.11.....: : FREE ESTIMATES 3127 Hi Dura ALL Street.WORK Jefferson GUARANTEEDTelephone Hotel ,;: :. Phone 13$ Night 696 IKeyWestFla. ...Phone.....637.....536....Fleming.......St.. .......\......,./........ n.

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'f. e.I.................eI .. : ............ BETTER .I..................... : Former Customers Friends and the S
West Garden& Lawn Supply i : When You Want FASTER, : Salon i

r I; PRICE TOURS i .i 914 Key FLEMING STREET PHONE 1013 .: FLOOR SANDING | J Frances Frances Beauty Park. Owner J ijrft

. Line fj On Old or New Floors CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE r 1010 CRINNELL STREET: .
1 : Passenger Full PET SUPPLY :
Methods SOUVENIRS j i
Modern Phases
. Representatives : Guaranteed Work '' Beauty Culture in all its
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L : Is* : Full GARDEN SUPPLY. Line TREVOR CONCH SHELLS i : / Permanents Scalp TreatmeataFacials : .
: i J. DOUGLAS -Manicuring Ji.
v : Ail Sixes 2 : Shampoo

t.. : FLORIDA EAST : : .........Courteous.. .......-Service........and... Delivery... ............ : 11129 Harris Avenue Phone.1374-R....... ; ____ ........ For Appointment Phone....1311ee. ..eeeeeeeeMarion's 'I
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Hew Located React Save 20% : Marl\ and Top Soil ;i SPONGESWill HUESO :\
?i Landscaping, '
; : DR. COBO'SOFFICE on dwellings Fire InsuranceAtlantic _____ BEAUTY SALON
: m.rcantU. INSURING ,w4W i, : : .TOP SOIL. :SO PER YARD or$1X0 PER SACK : Ship to Any Part 2of "Southernmost House la . ;
... '' by . . .. $5.00 for 4 YARDS i
bldg.Iou. .! 'r MARL HAULED. Telephone
I'I't : *"' : l/JS. or Canada : 1400 DuTal Street
t :. bold and per. Co. Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable U14r.i; ; .,
. PLCMHTQ STREET Mutual Fire Insurance, : : Also Lots .Expert Hair Tinting Hair ( '

; : a.u.. I.a Concha Hotel .'Save sons! 15 tlects.% 'on AU. Policies .NewAssessableMercantile .. ... .- L ': : ,,'B' 102. Olivia St. ; Marcy S. Palacio I Personalized Permanents Facials'S &,

i......PHONE........124't ........ Stock J.L. Crusoe Agt. Phone 674 ,.: .: 'G 0 ..WEE'...........".........., ..PHONE........801.......: KEY 401...WEST..South.....FLORIDA..Street......:. ..eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee* Exclusive Corective but Not Expensive......*.eee s................ ..
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f : JEFFERSON f : "i ex Finest :
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4 : GOLF COURSE 1 R.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 :
822 Fleming St. : 5 fI..M.tolA.M. Appraisals S
Cushman Motor\ Scooters | SERVING JJinners. :: Leases f. Beauty :
Sales and Service Immediate Delivery 5 Also A La Carte and SandwichesREASONABLE Rentals F Colony : .

F BICYCLE : ....PRICESINSURANCE.....:.........-..-...: Management Ml Southard : .
...................... Improved and Vacant e p
I s si .Buddy Seats | Rental[Service ............................................. Properties In Key West Sand R Str..1Nut to Southernmost . :
Monroe County BeautySchool ..:
i! S; TAtE BUS + S Parking Flags i J. OTTO S An Licensed :
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the .WindshieldsFootrests : FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS KIRCHHEINERREALTOR BeauticiansSpecializing
: COVERAGE : I fa :
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S : 411 Fleming Street 2 Most Modern
.' : UNUI West Insurance Co. 919 Whitehead Street Phase of :
Key ,
BICYCLES and i Beauty CuJfere
Also DAYTON : Phones 124 and 736-R : -
I .: : Nor Fun STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : 311 SIMONTON STREET of PostofficeBEAUTIFY : .. ........ .......Telephone........ 206 for Appointment.............. .
in Front ............... HABLAESPANOL
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I BICYCLES I REPAIRED : Good Work-Low Prices i e

:...... .eeeeeeveeeeeiWASHIHG I FOR Ae RENT l's INSURANCEomCE j : Daily.between 9:30: AJ*.and 3:30.I' :: Srom
: FOR SALE { Entire House with : P.M.-AppoiDtm.ats are accepted g ::
I : : : public by Senior Students of lilrij" :
: Customers Must B. ,
Our .
''I LINOLEUM 524 SOUTHARD 2 TheSouthernmost l 1l :
: I 820 Opposit. Bus Station School P' i iof
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I /.To close; Prize-Winning Ready For EAL'sTomorrow Nighl 1 Giants Beat Cardinals 1 1I ;I L; Wins Jr. Softball Flag "AMMIat Y..lLCA.iickes SKRVK3tt A. .

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Catches Revealed To Public The strong Bobs Sport Shop.}I hI I ,

now in first place in the Class I INTO LEAGUE LEADERSHIP .f, Key West Pitchers HARRIS SCHOOL YESTERDAY OneMinulcSPORTS\ In, f r 1 r

. A Softball League here with six : I .....,

'A : Bf JACK DELANEY j_ I consecutive victories without a'' ; BRAVES DE-; AS SOFTBALL; .. .. ....... J .h'

The most successful fishing" tournament in the history of Key loss will take -on the equallystrong i s Warming Up For 2 2EAL 2)) QUIZ I I II. .......

( F west offician 'came to an end Wednesday1 night with the awarding !! Eastern Air Lines of Mi- I i FEAT. ,CUBS I II 'I SEASON, ENDS f ......,

; f ..' of the grand prizes in the Island City Fishing Tournament, sponsored :: ami in the second: game of a i I COT Th. Au..I.t.a Prru) Tills S hill a I I; .Division Street School and Hari . how badly to Knuix* lulling ; 1L-I/wMt
f by the Junior Chamber of Commerce ''and. the Charter Boatmen's I twin bill tomorrow night at Bay :. Riggs in their tennis' Mur? i M P. M..T aArw .. .
May tis School Junior "SoftI I
fought a -
-. \ Association. It j view Park. Pittburgh Pirates defeated the : +j ball 2. Wnat team doe;:: Vent Iint .- M .. CHit,
Trophy at Bayvtew
January '18, was made possible i, The Sportsmen will lineup I Gabriel Lastre Pancho Salin-i I gai-.ie yens play fort ,
t 9 The tournament whichopened i. ,Phildelphia! : Phillies in the only ; Park yesterday afternoon that ,
this when they and Philip (Chita) Baker are 1:44 A. ftufc, dhrvCNOIK
charter something like ero 3. Who the
and the boat
through contributions from the etty county j night game played last night in [ was tied up three times. The I
1.] men and the Jayeees, each contributing: an'equal amount to the I take the field against the visi- '''either league. Chesnes dad the warming up for their tussle with game went 10 innings and lasted ton Senators I tiettt96A '
t i the Eastern Air Lines of i M.w H
tors : invading 4. What league tia.ithall
: major
I l: tourney fund. Phillies t f shut out until the eighth i| over two hours. Division final- "
Santana 2b; Miami for a baseball doubleheader team was last to be d>-a4>d IN :
when he was relieved by'Single- Ily
c Entries were received from i I II Acevedo ss; ;| Sunday afternoon at Munici- !I won when Eloy Rodriquez starting the 1943 seamnf : 3:6tP: .417.r" 1....... e
; raced In for 10th mak
i tourists from each state in the I Villareal rf; 1 pal Stadium. I the run 5. What ts Burt Shot*** >4 ; ....... 1 ...4.
t( ;.The,Brooklyn Dodgers beat the ing a final tally of 10_to 9. ,
>JMP.Wr-tea ....
and visitors to the Island A Ii
country IProgram I Hernandez. 3b; 'Pitching for the Key-: West -
I II Cincinnati Reds by a score of 9 ; I I
4 i Julio Henrequez Dan Navarro tore 1+Nt, t3-erltsan ...
City from countries: in Europe. Joe Mira Ib twin >
; to 3. Roe pitched the entire Conchs in both ends of the I first THE: ANSWERS: .
Joe had
and Pineda the
> A total of $1500. in trophies .. tom. tM./riw M.f5.. M tt.
Castro c; for the bill, the trio of moundsmen can r
s :! Dodgers, limiting
1 .'. and each entrant I : way ; three runs forHarris in the sec- -. Better than two tA MM: recently .......
were purchased
I Barber cf; .. I : the Reds to six hit-i A home win or lose with the: best of end ,
submitting a fish meeting I inning. Don Cruz had come better-than four to ear 1+44 P. M.-AMet lMr
May Roberts, p; I run by Williams led to three runs them. in for Division in the first. Mario . ,
'* the. minimum requirements of I II 2. Boston Red Sox. ; t3MIMs::: Club ..es i *
Casado If. the Reds. I I
for f r Martinyek and Toby Owen. another for Division .
I Rodriquez got 3. Joe KuheL Thins 4 Sots f M
., the committee awarded a far
was i
I Hancock will be ready | Voiselle. ef the Boston Brave, usual starters for the visitors are| in the 3rd and Tommy Osaka 4. Cleveland. I I O. S. 0. awgMiff 'CQlrb' ales
his her
4. citation evidence of or somuLLBayview I will be
as C. Alburv i i
mound duty who to regained
appears "duck soup" for Key West play Division made the tying Brooklyn"
in these waters. I pitcher, 5. Shotton rririages riM 0 flt ""> 2i.j
: > prowess Park. Night the utility player and Walkerwill i his old-time form after a 'winter
winners iivarious ers. The local boys know them i run for 3 all in the 4th. Two men farm chain :: se44tt. '

1 .4 Lasted below are the **A'' Tins AFTERNOON- I be'in reserve. operation hurled his fourth and will hit them hard and often. were out when Julio flied out. ___._'_._ I i i -Licit: ca... tie i

1 awards are classifications.for deep-sea Class fishing Practice session for the Navy 1 Class of Foreign"A" second-place Wars will Veter ackfr ,, straight Chicago victory Cubs 2 to by 0.deCeat*g-the Lineups of both clubs: will appears -. Harris players in' the bield 1I IiiIIIKJ1I1'N", '" I, ...Gametf. dM WW B A. _......' pi..

Wives at Bayview Park under ans in The Citizen tomorrow.. made a good double play when dsabe, 'library .tlrav'ttr.rMw
Class "B" small boat fishing I : New Giants
the York
the EAL's'in the opening contest Poat of I i I=
Class "C* fishing with rod direction. City the Louis First game. Sunday will start !Joe Rodnquez of Division almost!i[ N.C.t.S.i I' t.M. $
"bridge Recrea-I The Vets 'will probably :shutout St. Cardinals
tion Director .Paul at 1:00 o'clock and the secon'Uimmediately had a homer. But Joe Pinedagot : ....
and reel 'and class "D" for the< this to 0, two hits. The Giants .,
like : (5 on '
for stack up ( to 1021 Duval Street I 8k.wt4L ts.rtr rae4lejA,
preparation beginning : the ball to Dan Navarro g'
a I
f i heaviest fish caught with 'a ham night play by group. C. Valdez cf; I'now occupy first place m the :session following the termination wan.n-up] the)catcher-Julio for the out I: DEFENSE FORCES I elltbh I1MIr1.. ii.. ..... cartels.
line. I. J. Garcia 1 If (.National League. .
T TONIGHT ; e+I.kittg aarvsM. fUMBmpflL .n.
.of the ; Harris boys brought in 4 more I i I
iAU in the American opener.Poineiana PROGRAM
( CLASS A i games
Means ss: .
7:1s.-.VFW vs. SubRon 4. f '|in the first half of the 16th. Harry -J I'JI1ItIIftc a 1 wrr__t.g w w "
AFRICAN POMPANOGenevieve 9:00-Elks: Club vs. Kantor Stinnett Ib; '" ? t League: were postponed- 1 Mesick,. Tally arid Tommy "l UlIImI IRDIi: !"''' R_ h e14r1.. w_'" .ham b.Mhi
N. W J. Villareal'rf; I The scores: I .. .......
, Receiver 3336 M St, Men's- Shop.. PALS Osaka added 3 for Division in I I FRIDAY i mWWBBr vVpVijdEMi
I D. C. Aboard Captain Fallen c; I NATIONAL LEAGUE to jlmnCKBniM >naQ t
Washington. SATURDAY I the last. This made it 7 to 5 for 9:00A.M, : 5:00 P.1Lf' -Sewieg ;
; "Lefty" Regan's charter 7:15-Eastern Air Lines (Miami Hopkins 3b'-; . (Night Game) Harris. Writing
Sea Raider this I Batton 2b;. ' : R H E I Machine Typewriter l. WIIIa Desk -DM.e1at.
boat the caught : -
VFW. Beat Porter Place
i .:. winner weighing 22Vi pounds. I ) vs. Miami F. :Tynes, Harris.or Arias;: p.. i Pittsburgh u u 5- 12 1 Julio made the Cth run for Room. Showers. : ...... Pbaiet-Prp.-.. \
9:00 Eastern Air Lines ( 1 t r
: t Harris in the first of the 7th but SATURDAY T '
Capalo will be i in f _._ .
Masters 171
40 inches with girth of 27 and f Philadelphia. ;: r'e4st.I3esst.
long, a h !
inches I ) vs. Bob's Sport Shop. reserve. '- i Chesnes, Singleton Birdwcll Poinciana PAL baseball team Division got going in the last of 1:00 Pjjt, COq: P.M.-P* ic f' ........ ..ii turitonC

The opening -game will begin'' and Kluttz; Leonard and Sem- ''defeated the Porter Place team this inning when Eloy Don and I I.FiShinl (sien uo in advance!. Ida .......,Q

ALBACORE TUNA-Caught JUNIOR SOFTBALL at 7:15 o'clock and the'second at +t ini k. .'lately at the Municipal' Stadium Tommy each camein* to tie it.I I. SUNDAY BeA AMa

by Frank Warshaw 148 W. 37th I .. by a score of 9 to 0. again at 8 alL I, IC30. A.M. 11:90: A.M.-CMH
Park Afternoon 9:00 I
St. N. Y, C. aboard Captain Reg'lie Bayyjew' and Morning i I : i, RUE The Porter Place team quit' the In the 8th inning both teams I munion Bfeakfa. White NEW JKRSKV
Trevor's charter boat thsOspreylL i I Brooklyn .h. ____....._ 9 11 3 ,jrame and the contest was for got one more run and it was the Hat Club. U S. Sub. BMC,

His catch weighed in at WEDNESDAY- Sport Shop :'Cincinnati .--- .. -. 3 62 feited. I last of the 10 that Eloy ran in for|I (2nd Sunday FANS DO KT SWAM.
10 1-2 pounds was 2 feet 3 inches; Two. afternoon games. I' Roe and Edwards; Poinciana players were: r I the winner for Division 1:00 P.M. 7:03 P.M.-FWI6Rc

long.with a girth of 16 1-2 inches.,SATURDAYNO I I !: ger Hughes Cress and R:1ffenber-I' Everett Rivas. catcher: Ray I This game prayed ahead of I Trip (sign up in adraac). J THE HYSTANIHCKS

AMBERJACK aught by scheduled. Many of Wins 6th t StraightBob's mond Cole. pitcher; Bob Solt I schedule was the deciding game I Information $'services .......: NSW MN7MSWICK. % JAPtWNtI
Ethel R. HankeL M. D of games Soltball League
2 4 0 for the Junior city maps.Religious
Boston Leaham. first
shortstop: Billy : .
miny. Penn, from Captain TecCanova's \ the players will compete in J .sport shop, won its-sixth Chicago _._ ___ __ _- _.0 4' 0 base; Larry Roberts second base:J during the school season among literature 1iWMy. ( tlaeV have g bet.

charter boat the Flo- f the. Field Meet to be held 101 r straight league game last night at Voiselle and Masi; Schmitz Sam Roberts third base: Gerald I the three Elementary Schools, telephones stamps, wrapping and. tisw Jersey Nr.h.1 Sdwdd, aeketb.ll ,-

Along. This catch 'weighed in ''al o'clock in the morning at the i theexpense of the Subron and ; McCullough and Scheffing. John Harris, Division and Poinciana mailing packages railway express .tlrK "WIt pee'n -to .
I II Hernandez, leftfield; : d ... \IMr.......
Base baseball ewey
72 pounds was 5 feet 3 inches if Submarine f in the night cap the Kantor Knowles, centerfield: Jay Higsrjghtfield in cooperation with the City i service, laundry piek-ep A b.Miie breib. oat d 'hoeI ... .

length with a girth of 31 inches. I field. Men's shop defeated the Driftwood I I New York ___ h'n 5 11 0 ; Ronald Pinder. sub. I Recreation Department. The I available to all defense farce' .. tb'.. M hlr'. ...wI4gh '
BARRACUDA 0 n a IdS. = club. St. Louis __. 022 League was under the supervis-j; and their families. .
-- ;included
- -
Porter Place players :: b.eb.bsineat I eM le a. :
Durwell. 634 N. High St.; Hills- I Bob"-3 won the game in the I r Poat and Livingston Munger, Pat Lane. catcher; Joe Lewis,I ion of Mrs. Jane Hopkins Whid- j MRS. E. S. COUGHLm. eieke ... ...... an ..
boro Ohio aboard Captain LeftRegan's TENNIS first frame when O'Neil came and Gar- : j i .
{ I '. Wilks Johnson. Staley pitcher: Donald Beavers shortstop den. I Executive Seere9sry.MISS c.w'" tl.. mfltrolIlie In.rt
charter boatthe Sea Park. Afternoon.and walked five batters School players'
I Poinciana
Bayview in wild an i I agiola. The HILDA CASTILLO.
; Terry Daughtery. first base:; ..0rBrh.d era
Raider. Durwell's catch weighed Night : and allowed two singles and a I Charles Wells second base; Joseph : though they have played hard t Sea, clary.FROM etlibd.M dw..... ..n.u,
40 pounds was 52 inches in DAILY- double for seveu runs. I : have lost all their games. Harris !<
I I Fernandez third base: John w. s AlhlHM r.1.11rrswee'
length-with a girth of 20 inches: City tournament In the fourth two walks and How They Stand Cruz, leftfield; Amando Hen- I and Division were tied. Both HORSE'S MOIJTH teenlb.IaeSJMertbt.
BONITA -Caught by Mrs EarlC. three hits gave them two more. : teams had beaten Poinciana.

Kunney. 1398 N. W 55th Ter I In the fifth a walk two singles rkjuez. centerfield; Mario Vidal, every time. 'j NEW YORK. (AP). Th to 1W ritmeaTrutt

v race. Miami.aboard Captain Reggie SKATING and a homer by Roberts gave: I Major.Baseball LeogtieSTFloridaInternational r,nghtfield. I I Because of circumstances. it ; Thoroughbred Racing Protective
Trvero's charter boat the Os- .Bayview Park Night them four runs. . ,1 r Outstanding batters pn the PAL was agreeefaVthe meeting of Jun-\tI Bureau has complt'tedhe ttp-

FRIDAY 1- A single and a triple by team were: Sam Roberts. two for ior managers and captains last of numbers for HeftU-
prey II. Mrs. Kunney's catch tattooing
W. L. Pet
Chib ..
I for home I Gnat lNLL3! Y"H .
Steng-I' two, one going' a run;; would
>weighed in at 15 3-4 pounds, 31] 7:00 to 9:00: PM. er gave Subrons tneir I Havana __ ._ ___ 26 10 .722 two for three. one Tuesday that th>? game the fication purposes on 7,021 racing
inches in length with a girth of and two singles and a by Tampa ___.____ _ 21 14 .600 Billy be the deciding game in win- thorooughbreds. "TTiU, except for STAR BRANDCOFFEE
181-2; Inches. Stinger gave them their last two 1 I u being a four-bapeer. .I ning of the trophy. Division ha* the new crop of t_ eer-olds,
I 1 Lakeland ___.1917 .528
BASEBALLMunicipal A Dauehterywas
h triple by Terry
three out of five about horse AMBUCAN
games just
CQBIA--Caught by John Jo- I now won covers evcrv
seph:Martin, 215 S; E. 5th Ave. Stadium. Afternoon I i runs.At bat Stenger hit two doubles I'Miami hU_ _"'h'__ 20 18 18' .526 the most! uttanding hit for from Harris in the past six week racing at authorized track. sad CUBAN
18 .500
Fort'Laudrdale.[ aboard Captain SUNDAY- and a triple; O'Neil bit two singles ; St. Petersburg the Porter Place team. I season to make Division the winning says Spencer J. Drayton. head of -Trr A T.... Td.y-
16 20 .444 -
Miami Beach
Raymond Gonzaga's charter boat 1:15: -Eastern Air Lines (Miami ' for winner. Roberts hit three, I i West Palm Beach m . 14 20 .412 ADVERTISEMENT INVITING I .team_ u. ________ __ the TRPB.
Mira two -
the feailfish. His catch weighed ) vs. Key West Conchs. I one good for a Iiomer; Fort Lauderdale 10 27 .279

35 pounds, .was 49 inches long '3:30-Eastern Air Lines (Miami and Casado two. I j'j'I BIDS AND PROPOSALS '

with a girth of 22 1-2 inches. I ) vs. Key West: Conchs. I and In Roberts the field starred Santana for Bobs Acevedo andSten'ger AMERICANClub W. L. Pet. Sealed proposals will be received . .
CREVALLE JACKCaughtby Commission of
oOo the
by City
Mason and Donan for i r 14 5 .737
Mrs. Rae Berg-rson. of 825 Army Barracks. Afternoon Ii the losers, i('Cleveland Philadelphia... _______11 5 .688 t The City of Key West Florida, at.I
Home Oak Park III a- Chambers in the
Sou1)) SUNDAY the Commission
Score by innings: R. IL E. I IBob's New York _ ., d 12 6 .667
board Captain Lefty Regan'scharter 1:15-Exhibition games by four 700 240-13 li 1 Detroit .. ___.____. -10 12 .455 City Hall, Key West Florida on 'T11
; h h 'm.
boat. the Sea Raider. Thi member clubs of I before May 18, A. D. 1948, at .
newlyorganized or

f SubRon 4 001 0203 9 2 I Washington ___ ____ 911 .450
"catch..weighed 14 pounds was 35: Island City Baseball the hour of 8 o'clock P. M.. and I LOOK
Hancock and 'Castro; O'Neil Boston ____ ____ 9 11 .450 .
melts long with- a girth of 36 j, League. and Temple. 1 I' St Louis _m ._._ 6 10 ..375Chicago be opened at the last mentioned ; New....,.
Inches;: date at a regular meeting of said I ..
I ir.dr.M.e
Roberts three-bar ... _
Home run: ; 3 14 .176
GROUPER-Caught by E. CYagle. caught so far this year, in South bits 2 two-base hits: !i ------ -- Commission to be held at Said .... 1tH4 w.c
of 6546 Woodlawn Ave.. Florida : Stenger ; furnishing two at America'sLeading .
waters was brought in by 2, Villareal time and place. for M. M..s. h.e+ d .r.
Hancock, Stenger ; NATIONAL
Philadelphia, pa. aboard CaptainM. S. R. Haber of Fitzgerald Ga.. I used 1941 International Trucks. c.wl d !s O..r.1.d Iv..
2 Acevedo
J. Grant's charter boat the aboard Captain John West's. stolen bases: Santana, : Cluh- W. L Pet IVfe tons, with dump body. .... .... .. "-

Cindy May, weighed G2 pounds, .charter boat the Mae West. It I Villareal; bases on balls: offTNeil j i New York -_ d__ 12 7 .632 Each proposal must oe enclosedin Trucks -
12 double plays: Santanato := :=::= :
was 49 inched in length with a weighed in'at 64 pounds was 66 ; Donento I St. Louis ,.. on 10 7 .588 a sealed: envelope marked on .
of 36 inches. Mira Bumgardner to I Pittsburgh 12 8 .619 for Furn- MMi ...
girl inches long. with a girth of 24 ------ - the outside "Proposals _
JEWFISH-Caught by Otto A. inches. Stenger; time of game: ; Brooklyn _, __ ____ ,11 10 .524 ishing Used International Trucks" i

Brunner. of '7095 S. W. 8th St, YELLOW JACK-Berth L.' Eliot .,umpires: M. Tynes and Villareal I Philadelphia _ II 11 .590 and addressed to the City Commission

Miami Fla. aboard Captain Reg. , RFD 4, Charlotte Michigan j Boston _. ..-- .__._ .10 10 .500 of The City of Key West

gie Trevor's charter boat the Osprey aboard Capt. S. W. De Merritt's In the night cap both pitchers Chicago i : ,_ .711 .389 I Florida, Key West Florida. I I CHEVROLETAdvanceDesign
II. Brunner's catch: weighed ,charter, boat the Evelyn. This that started did not'_ finish. Cincinnati __d -. . 7 16 .304 Said Commission reserves the

\ in at 52 1.% pmmus. was 44 inches catch weighed 23 pounds was 3 I Anuez pitched to three batters j I I right to reject any or all bids or r

wit ha girth of 32 inches. ..feet 3 inches in length with a : and walked them all. R Perez 1 Softball Leagues proposals or any part of any such i

KINGFISH-Caught by Mrs. girth of 23'inches. tool( over, and Rosom pitched for I I bid or proposal, or to waive any
and two- ClassA" j
Kantors and lasted four
Dorothy H. McGaw, of 51 Rowan- CLASS informality in such bid or
-B" WINNERS any lei _
thirds innings. Andy Paraks relieved Club- W. I... Pet. 'eM.
wood/Ave, Toronto. Canada aboard -: i ,,_
BARRACUDA-Caught El- proposal. .
by him and got credit for the I Bob's Sport Shop 6 0 o Mws..ip .va.brill
Captain Johnnie West's h 1.000.. Dated at Key West Florida this ,. .
Dressler .
mer of Box 702 Flagstaff ; Vets of Foreign Wars 2 2- .500! f. n hive'KrN.i.

charter boat, the 'Mae West Mrs. '' Arizona. Weighed 35 game.Brost hit two to lead the loser:; Adams Dairy _ ___ 1 2 ..333'SubRon 14th day of May. A. D. 1948. .p-- k ....r u.s..4
McGaws catch weighed in at 50 pounds was 59 inches with a and Flitas and E. Sweeting led I I 4 --.- 16 .142<, By order of the Citv Commission TRUCKS b...dy. o,1, ....... ... heed

pounds, was 59 inches in length girth of 21 1-2 inches. the winners. : Class "B" of The City of Key West
I with a girth of 25 1-2 inches. I I Florida.
FISH-Caught by IreneM. In the field Alonzo and Kerr Ciub- W. L. pct.

TARPON-Caught by WalterN. Saunders 2618 Coral Way starred' & for winners and Alayon I' Elks Club __ h h ...__ 2 0 1.000 I I VICTOR LOWE. _
Knouth of Boynton Beach, City Clerk.
Miami. Florida. Weighed 321'and Bazo for losers. Kantor Men's Shop 2 1 .667 may14-15-2t .
Florida aboard Captain Jakie pounds 49 inches long, with Score by innings:;: R. II. Naval 1 1 .500 I .
Hospital . . . .
. .
Key's charter boat the Legion.KnoJh's E.I 1
girth of 21 1.2 inches. driftwood ... 001 330-7 7 Driftwood Club 1 2 .333
far I STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE Today American business
catch which was by MUTTON SNAPPERCaughtby Kantor's 230 22x-9 5 2 I .that ,

the heaviest tarpon caught during Lawrence A. Mattell. of 38 Rosam. Parks and Fleitas; TRIUMPH
looks ahead looks to the leader'sline
< the tournament weighed in at Riverside Dr, Mt. Clemens, Antics, Perez and Santana. Brost. I Two Softball COFFEE i ,
106 6 feet inch
pounds was one Michigan weighed 15 1.3\pounds ----- I 1 of Advance-Design trucks for
in length with a girth of 35, 1.4 MILL 1
was 33 inches with
lung girth
inches. of 23 inches. .a Dwight R Hunter i Games Tonight at J higher standards of value on the 000Iy uh.... ....... ....

MUTTON SNAPPER-Caughl CLASS -WINNERS I ... '- c.. ... ......,..

S.by Meadowcralt Walter H. Coryington.Dr.:. Akron of Ohio.87. Jewfish-Caught by L. W. Is Made\ President j Adams Dairy is scheduled to .All. .Grocer. . . . . job. Today, Chevrolet trucks bring ::" :.....I.rs.d".rr.A. -: :

Rudy of 1317 Eliza St. Kev tackle the Veterans of Foreign ..... ... . ...
His jtatch was made aboard the former ,: you the features of tomorrow- "-'e4. t -- C...
West Florida. This catch weigh i Dwight H. Hunter Wars in the opening of
recreation boat and I game a ....i.M.v..d..K..Ir. .....
navy tarpon 245 pounds was 6 feet one inch in director of recreation in Key i softball doubleheader at Bayview
weighed in at 16 pounds; leas 2 Advance-Design features-at the --....+ d. + w.... .-4...
f feet-6 inches long with length with a girth of 5 feet West has been elected president;,I Park tonight BROADWAYCIGAR ,..... ......, ...... .... -.
2( inches. a' girthof CLASSC- WINNER 1 of the Florida Association of Re-' C. Harris or F. Tynes will pit lowest prices in the volume field! .-...-..

I TARPON-Henry K. Kelly, 104 creation Workers.Mr. wits on the mound for the Dairymen -

PERMIT-Caught by Walter N. Addison Apt, Charlotte N. C, Hunter made many friendsin against Sue Griffen for the STORE Look ahead and look at them now .

Knouth. of Boynton Beach, :Florida , caught a tarpon weighing in at Key West during his stay here Vets. Fallon will do the catching i Oily C1.wi..aw.. ,..a.......

aboard Captain Jakie ey'scharter 70 pounds measuring 5 feet one and regret was expressed when for the Vets with Sands or 610 Duval Street -=on display in our showroom. p"I" ill ." ........ .... .... _

boat the Legion. This inch in length with a girth of j he left to assume a similar position ': for the : ...... ... ......... ........
Vilareal backstopping -
patch weighed 24 1-2 pounds was 30 inches. II in Gainesville. He raised recreation j I .-4 sr.dl..r..w. ... M tw he.M. .

38 inches long with a girth of CLASS -'WINNERS facilities to a high plane, Adams outfit. under*;t COMPLETEBASEBALL .. s..--...... ..t.-....
1-2 inches. Knouth is the I his three in This game will get way .
28 only JEWFISH luring years Key; "
-Caught by L. W. t at 7:30 o'clock. I 'WL
entrant in the fishing tournsy to Vest.
Marois of 317 W. Ocean View I The second game will be between -
win two trophies one for the permit -.Ave. Norfolk Va., weighed 310 I Elks Club and Naval HosI I i .F..'" .ik. t...... ..J ......
one for the largest tar- (PILL YOU SMILE SCORES *" aa.y__
find pounds was 6 (t. 4 inches in pita> A victory for the White In .............." .....- L

SAILFlSH-Cyrw Watson 48 t length, with a girth of 60 inches. Little Too Far White will throw three clubs into

Trophies will be forwarded to a'i tie for first place in the Class: POPULAR BRANDS of
2nd St, Dayton Ohio aboard '
East boat barracuda.. I winners as soon as engraving *>> Bill: "These are the ruins of a n League. However, should the

catch the charter weighed 68 pounds,1 finished, while those entrants castle built by William the Con- Elks come out victorious they Cigars and Cold MULBERG CHEVROLET CO.
; This inches .earning citations: have already received queror." will remain on top of the ladderall
measured 7 feet nine ,with I them or are on the wav to Wealthy Aunt: "Yes but whyon by themselves.

; a girth of 27 1.% inches.heaviest Wahoo them. and should be received before earth did he build it so far Martin is scheduled to oppose Soft Drinks 119-21 Caroline St. at reegraLanl' PHONE 377 Key !Rrtat f G1rji1.

WAHOO-The long. helm the railway station" Curry: of the Elks on the hilL j --

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I Jaycees: Move I II Audubon the Y-M.CJV. and service Chopin--and Ernesto,.Lecuona's !
Society= Dance, Festival ,.<\ 1 person- 'RESCUE' BY HELICOPTER .'
neL.S":: , }famous-Mala'guena, \4-4 'H'.1!

| To Help Blood' :, Met LasVfjigjit! ,At ElkmClzib's j Gerald Finder program v director i The Petite dancing stars, .Miss II s o .. .
I ,Gail W lU..ce.\Miss.PolorestLose\ '. .
of the YJa.CJV. and supcfI
4f I Members of the Monroe County I'\ Hall For Vets -' ly and Miss JuRe Stone'will have
I : Bank Locally Audubon Society *last'night'! ( !,I visor of !the group's activities will feature parts: in the Festival I .f
in act aa Master'Ceremonies and dance routine.' .
a regular business meeting at I ?
; The Treatrc.GrQUP of the Armed -j I
I : the Women's Club building on 'i| will be seen in 'several musical I
Notification that Services Y.M.CA. is !
Blood Bank present- J .
I. Duvnl street.Plant '(comedy tap routines. lIe wilt also The number of births in the fr1iL&
deposits at the Dade County for- booking a series of ing on Friday evening Slap 21.j I team with Marge Sjursen to United Statees increased from .

} Blood Bank had been exhausted, five illustrated lectures this comIng a dance festival at the Elks Club dance a ballet number to pebus- about.2000,000 in 1941 to about a4 .. ,
! brought about a request to the fall and ,winter were formu auditorium. 'Part'' of the receipts I j!Isey's Clair Da L.une .4,030,000 in 1947. I f _
bemlth lated. Sc.mc'of the nation's best ]I Miss Beatrice iloreno, 'accom- j i( t .w
I and safety chairman of from the show will be used for I
kno..uth rtties "birds'and ;J panist, will be at the piano. Miss! ;|
- Uw Jaycees Charles Curry for. wildlifewill -be in Key. West t& the ,recreation fund of the Veterans -!;j Moreno will also be faetured onI ''.' There are 12.485 fire alarm t .

the. planning of Immediate stepsto eonduct the series. Administration Hospital, I I 'he piano doing selections. from boxes_in.the City of New York. J ji
I replenish the account held in Miss, Helen Taylor. 'Frances and part will be used to help de- -- i:. ...

the name of the Jayrees' for theaw Hame. Gertrude Laubseher; fray the cost of fending the same AT STATES ;RIGHTERS CONVENTION i' .: }. I "'. .
I 0f the penpJe of Ky West Mrs. William Lee Mr.apd Mrs show to the Veterans, HospitaL i t ;
.Ml Monroe county. George Mills White and.Harold Bob and Betty Simpson, new-1 I .
For two yean, the Jaycees Laub- her acted as a nominating comers to Key West, will be, >':: -> ;O; "-" :

I .Uougbt a mobile unit of the committee and selected members featured in an exhibition waltz e'T : 1. i iY.ra. ip !
tied and the Samba. Betty Simpson _
County Wood Dank to Key whose names will be 'submittedon 1 ,_ '
! w.... a ballot. -jo the entire membership will have as her spot number the I ( ?
! for the purpose of electingnew Swan Ballet, using: the music of: : v p ; I
Pavlova's Swan Son 'I .
officers for the coming year.A '
Paul Baron will .b featuredin ? ,
tentative meeting is planned q :
The .
Weather for May 27 for Ute installation of the FestivaL '

new ifficen. i I Vocal .ipecialties will be handled -6iiii. '. ,.;.". ,
'by.: Miss Doreen Cruz blues I ,. }" 1r .. (
FORECASTKey vocalist,,W. C;'Stalling baritone "" ..,. .If...J
say. .1 r
Snakes have no eyelids. Their USN and the town tunesters. The
West Vicinity; Partly I eyes can absorb' bright sunlight Town Tunesters is a vocal group I I A t' it a...._.
cluudy with scatter d thunder* but are blinded by twilight. made up ,of .junior hostesses of > Qt, A HELICOPTER ENGAGES ia simulated rescue: cf t downed:. flier la r life rift durfa a4ssswees t
bowers in the area. Gentle to ---.--- ------ - j of the Army's Fifth Rescue: Sraadraa: in the heart of the Florida Everglades rear I.,....... Lent

snwen madrrau chance easterly In winds. Not THEIR J B'IS TO RUN RAILROADS The helicopter flown br Lt. Frank Sico cf West field. Mass.. hovers over &,L Frank If I *Men If

Florida: Widely temperature.Mattered ., "'. ... .. ,. ..., Lake Treffcrd on the reft. A line is being dror peel to the raft. Right: SyL. H&wkiM. .hells on is.
thunderstorms this afternoon and' I 'M -" the line end o dandles beneath the belly cf the halicsptcr which is liliiaj i hiss _.. tie! air
Y a
again Saturday otherwise partly Ji
cloudy weather thru Saturday. '1' F I
Et Gulf 4i Jacksonville thru a "

Florid) Straits.. : Gentle to moderate 1 g ". ':
eaut ply' winds over south t s
portion and southeasterly over 1s Wt
north portion except variable 4k a r .

over extreme north portion today. 3f
tonight and Saturday. Weather II
partly cloudy.No 9
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small craft or storm warning
are being displayed. i II

Report ,

Key West F)., May .14, 1941fQirervatlon
taken at City Office.
1:30: / .M. EST) etwAl'
TasnporaturoHighest .
yesterday M f >l .
( t'bhto tCOV.
Lowest l'l night 78 I .
Mean SI J. STROM THURMOND of South Carolina. (center). and "
Normal 79. his wife (left) arrive in Jackson. Miss by plane to attend the S f
Precipitation convention states righters. Gov. Fielding Wright of Mississippi .

Total bit 24 hours .00 ins. (right) greets them. In his keynote eddress to the convention -
Total this. month .34 ins. Monday. Gov. Thurmond: said President Truman has"stabbed"
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Deficiency this month M ins. the South "in the back. ..
Toe.alh a year 18.25 ins. lAP'WlrephotoJ
Relative Humidity Washington with Maj. G n. Edmond H. Le&vev. Army chief of ..
at l,30 A.M. transpcrtation. who has been placed in charge'of operating railroads .

'II scisad by the government They are studying a map of srz .
i Barometer the nation. President Truman gave the Army responsibility for (AP Wircpho.,0 via R-uJ fill. ..., Parutt 6

(JUa Level) 1:. A.M.3O.M keeping the railways. running after he took possession of themt. S. AMBASSADOR JEFFERSON CAFFERY sends on rostrum at left and addresses Mrea4. s

ins*-10114 robs.Tomorrow's . prevent a nation-wtde strike of engineers. firemen aad gathered en a pier at Bordeaux. France to vrelcc me the 5.5. John H. Quick. The vessel U lie lint

AlnuaicKunris 5:44 switchmen. I to rack. France with Marshall Aid Plan supplies. Behind Caffery with their backs to tIN Ue .. l
am. I
the :relief ship are French sailors forming an ho nor guard. s
Sonar _:s. _7:03: p.m. -L Aa a

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....... Jirst" quarter May 15 'Ti I ONE GRAVE IN CHATTANOOGA FOR 11 WAR FLIERS:

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Time of!Height of

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(Sandy P tot)-4>h 40mCakks Channel p _
A YOUNG KOREAN MOTHER comes to the polls with her baby
north end 2h 10m 1.4 ft
) -f + strapped to her back, and votes at SecuL Korea. May 1C. She is
taking advantage cf her newly-granted franchise in the election
ordered by. the United Nations. In this particular district cfScouL w
(-)-Minus sign: Corrections $
= 80 percent of the registered voters cast their ballots with
= to be subtracted.: t
f r (+)-rius sign: Corrections it in two hours after the polls opened. The area is in the Ameri
' bo added. can-occupied zone cf south Korea.

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r (lL-F.... ;,.. J. STROM'THURMOND' of South Carolina delivers the .,
keynOte address at the convention of States Rights Democrats in

Jackson Miss. H. declared President Truman has ""stabbed REMAINS OF 11 ARMY AIR FORCE FLIERS who died together in the crash cf their ....1

Temperatures the South ia the .back" with his civil rights program. bcciber in. 1342 on a war front in the Pacific. are busted in a single grave in the Nttlttu c:....
4 tery at Chattanooga.: Tenn. American Legion pallbearers held the fUg over the cj Jrei a. a ......

,.. Ai6. EJLT. POLIO VICTIM IS PEANUT QUEEN byteiian minister speaks. Lutheran. Baptist and Catholic clergyman: also took" part m tfce kse4a4

service. The bodies were brought ,from graves on: Pinien island in the Pacific.

stalls.Atlanta. 57 .e -. : i/ : ,4.

Billings _. _._h. 41Ihrmirgham / ,. STRIKING CHRYSLER EMPLOYES LEAVING PLANT
0 .. -. $6Ikamark .l ._ -. ----
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1110. .....- -- .h 49Qtarle 1 ..,' ,
lon __ .- 71Qucato #

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CbristJ.. 10 *' '
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Denver __ 51 f" ,....', "'",,
Detroit -, '.- - $5U '" ":"' ::: I

ra8IJ -:..__ __ 66FL i : i I art a !a' ,
l Worth __. 61Ualvestua r
'1 74Jaekaunville : '... .
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I ICe? West AIrport 10I.a. :M..;. t xt -
Anerles" 54 ( \ .. >
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Louisville . j ,
Miami 7" -: _: 72f 1J %
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New YostNorfulk .- .--'- \ .l t'i/i!
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Omaha --. 60 .... ,. ... ......- '- 'Ph..1
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- SL Lonna 50 BETTY POOLE. 17-yur-old infantile paralysis victim from A PARTICIPANT IN FIGHTING in front cf New York's Roxy .

San Antonio __-.-- 69 Savannah. Ga is crowned queen of the National Peanut Council theater is escorted to the sidelines by two detectives. Membersof :-- -
San Francisco- 49 In session at St. Petersburg.' Fla. Ralph McMillen of Bristow the New York Committee Against War Propaganda were CAP Svlreesu4et

Seattle .-------- ---- 47 OKI" president of the council: betQWSthe'now.. Betty picketing the theater in protest against showing of the movie. EMPLOYES OF THE CHRYSLER> CORPORATION LEAVE the automobile plant In Detroit to
. Talahasae.----; ';0 was stricken with polio,in 1S44. was treated at Warm Springs. "Iron Curtain.* Catholic war veterans set up a counter picket start their strike for wage increases. Seventy-five thousand CIO production workers of the com

Tampa 13 56 Ca. and is now able to walk without assistanca j line and soon fist fighting broke out between the rival groups. piny walked cut At the right is a picket line already petroling around the planL

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.1 i 's.u.g Festival By -Division Street:Miss Monieen; ;. J Verdane Bryant" Palm Tree Fire Pontiac. Mechanic Go i -BICYCLES- 'I. EIeWK I ApIiatKts

j ; ,.. I.I I. 'T'o Hydra-Malic Class I *f WCO BIeetttc;

\I Weds Joseph Daniel SurgciiI Firemen were called to Windsor Sponsored By Factory and Rented ROASTER . 13.95;}
' School l Last Night Highly PraisedA lane at, 4:30: a. m.: today to Repaired !
1' I The marriage of Miss. Mon- ception was held..at the home of put out a fire in the plam tree.1,I To gain detailed ,knowledge of Also in Stock-NEW Automatic ToaetrroSI8.95
Verdanc Bryant, daughter, the bride's cousin Miss Rhoda I and $22.01)( )
.SPRINGTIME PHANTASY"- teen alongside the GM HydraMatic Drive, the auto- '
City Cemetery. Itj!
Clarence Deal for the wedding party, relatives TRICYCLES
,of Mr. andMrs. Bryant 'matic transmission adopted by o BICYCLES Motorola Reuse and Cr
AND "AMERICA GROWS 710 Ashe..st, ,ta Joseph j Daniel and friends.A is presumed that someone dropped -
Lions Club To in' Pontiac this year, Frank M. WAGONS SCOOTERSand RADIOSTROPICALTRADER
lighted the
.Surgen, son of Mr. and Mrs.' lace tablecloth overlaid the a cigarette
.-. WITH SONG" WELL BEN.i Daniel Surgen of Wilkes Barr, bride's table which was centered tree. |I Young of the Mulbere' Chevrolet I SKATES
Be At Meeting Co.. Key West, is attending a
with three-tiered cake, en-
Pa. was solemnized Wednesday a
t.. : -DE RED The Civic Improvement Committee night at 8 o'clock in',St. Paul's circled wjth stephanotis' and fern. CORRECTION \t tI factory sponsored in Miami.course of instruction -'I Oversees Cycle Store Tit Duet St. Pboa 1M i

it (C..frl..f..> ,yof the Lions Club was Episcopal Cl un.JfI I j,i|The house was appropriately* In Archer's Grocery advertise-'; Those attending this school I'I 920 Division St. Phone I3M
decorated with flowersLeaving 0 .......... .. .
'A large audience last night instructed by the organizationlast The double ring ceremony was tripe mcnt which appeared in The Citi 'receive individual instruction' ............------------ -
,thorou! hly%.en joyed. and highly : night,to attend the meetingof performed by the Rev.Jamos McDonnelL I i on their wedding zen yesterday the price of Corned from Johrt S.\Airheart' Pontiac -- - -
the Civic' Improvement Asso The alter*was beautifully -, to Wilkes Barre the bride worea ; S
Festival -
praised the Spring presented withmatching Beef Hash should have read No. zone service instructor, throughthe
,in the Upstairs auditoriumof ciation-in the Elks Club late to- decorated with ,lighted tapers black and white, suit 'use of training aids and actual
2 Cans 29c instead of 2 Cans for RESERVE YOUR
I accessories and a IN TODAYS .
the Division Street School by day and merely observe the tees and white gladiola.; lilies' and cpr- 29c. 'work ont e rlutch-no-shift: COME
I pupils of that institution. ',sion'and report back to the club. fern. Mir-5 Cleora Roberts! sane sage of'.,white gardenias.; On their I transmission itself..
Beautiful costumes changingcolored'lights' t The Lions took no action last Ava Maria and the Lord's Prayer. return the newly weds will I I"giant" I' .
Molecules combined into
make their home in West., are
and appropriate night 'On the law enforcement accompanied on me :organ by Key ,
: i includedMr. molecules in the produc- :i Tribal custom decrees that all Jtai4t.
decided not to vote Hilton.
scenery., combined with the me-' matter. They Miss Marguerite: .'and Mrs. Bertram Cates. Calvin tion of such substances.* silk, Navajo, Indian hogans. (houses) 's-'
law enforcement"
lodious voices of the happy young on the question of The bride 0 given in marriageby Cates, Velma Catcs Miss cotton wood_ rubber, and resins. must. ,face cast..
of 'the 0' or lax'enforcement.Stuart her father, wore a white -' -- -- '-' -
students produced one _
outstanding events of its moonbeam talfata and lace bridal Lois Webber, Marvel Oakes Mrs. 1- 'ti; '0 1 : OUTBOARD
most Robert Hiegs, Jimmy Est ,llc' Drudge, Mrs. Gladys
kind in Key West in a numberof : Mora and Eddie Boza). gown with court train an Williams! Mrs. Minnie Sands,

.4 The years.the junior school and'senior staged the chorusesof Festival!, HAWAIIAN Jenks."Hawaiian. Songs.MUSIC Mu"Isle!:-eV*Reading of Betty Le-, cascaded seed illusion pearl veil over,liar edged the.train., She in lace' carried from,;which with a awhite Mimi, .":Mariposa: Hayes, all ofMiami. 1i i Eastern.' Auto Oome i.Sll1y:l 111G.1 G 1: for early MOTOR delivtryyWf

with the "cooperation of pupils hue" and "Little Brown Gal,' prayer book, Miss Formerly Pan-American- > Company OMlenial .......

from three classes. Mrs. HattieHamilton's in, Chorus (Characters: Mary Velma gardenias'Cates andstephanota t>f' Miami; was:maid Formal.Dance, 11 1101.1103 Division Street. Phone 418. II I aW fc ttin*
5-A class was seen I
Phan-t Harris. Joyce of honor, and'junior bridesmaids Al Y.M.C.A. ". a Ldodn M tit I ..III.... ps.dval.W
an operetta "A Springtime 3-A! Geraldine Johnson, Josephine were Miss ,Anumcia: 'Smith and , I .I s/Iidf!M 7V edapW I. ... Irst ..... 4 a YAITIRNATI .
tasy, and Mrs. Arnold's : Gonzalez). Mhs Loeta Russell. The 'maid of I C7de.................wI is,6 alleFIRING
class and Mrs. Mickler's 6-B class NEGRO SPIRITUALS-Reading. 'gown of yellow A'formal dance was 'held last: I \.ISER' gJZERAutomobiles -: 'ti .. t' .bon ....... b.ek the M
combined music, pantomime and' "Influence of Negro Spirit honor a yellow lace evening"at the ,Key West Armed'1- I -.
\ dances in a pageant entitled;i uals", Betty Jenks. Song taffata, buffant style tiara Services YMCA.. with a large I TWIN ........Psi....... ...... ,....,, /lCIITIPIID
"America Grows With Song I! "Ezekiel Saw de Wheel," with gloves shoulder and a yellow-flower length, veil. .She number of' service'personrtel et A Automobiles 1 I ptvf&m eai. rifb t.*.Ike easte4 ,........
Catherine Logan music I Iteather : Maw t.it w ".niM rUss314 .
Miss attending. sbactas
Chorus (Characters: Myrna carried a nosegay of yelluwsnapdragons 1 4yS N.P. .. ... ..... . ..
w 1M
M .acS
under whose s osx
of the school and, : -
Lilly "Girl
Goehrine. Frank Perez ]1 1j Miss Mae Adams. of Par Only tt a f NO illL
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the Festival was sucftssfuljy -I I' I Iad
direction Bobby Taylor). J j bridesmaids' dresses we.rcof the Month' received her corsages Regular fffJfC TRADE-IN .,
The wend' trsrti..tfrith. alrtw w"
staged,, was accompan- RUSSIAN MUSIC Reading., the Sam'style ol pastel.green ,in recognition'of her voltiR-; Establuhed Price _< ,REQUIRED 1 ..... ... .. IIj tat M ....
1st for the entire program. i I, "Russian Music," Leon Pu leer hours in participating)in pro: wbiIe trdwse .
gloves 1 r
.The numbers were presented]I' zon. Son "Two Guitars" and blue.tiaras uiU and'shoulder matching length gram aet krjties.;' :/ Come In and, See ,These Cora- S....... c..w-I Ptlse Cap. Air,rest
a,".,follows |I Chorus. Russian Dance. To- flower carried ntr-cgay-j')' of Each month' the. "Y" recognizesthese Spare ttom ... CS.. Con..-...ao.llh.er .
-, "A Springtime PhantasyI I I landa Harris. Reading. "Rus multicolored veils. They snapdragons., ,For young= junior hostessess and : I page cut ... .... IIwntl..d
A Miniature Operetta Presented I sian Songs Betty Jenkc:. Mrs. hold a fiance in'their honor.John KAISERFRAZERMECHANIC 1 Cut tmttta. BfrimftcmlnBjr qae aI asp. st tau
'*by Mrs.Hamilton's Class I I Song, "Votga Boatman", her daughter's'wedding.f'pink net Pritchard and ,his band providedthe .M 16Cf........ ...... psst8ie ease
SCENE I: The children are at Al Roberts Bryant wore a gown: Refreshments were pIMa >t s--s-. /easel. b.ekveed,
"I play (to the tuna of "Game I I Chorus (Characters:and John and lace over pink :taffata andwore' music., ...... ad ___ Aswr.. Ion ... ail
Ervin Higgs I served.
; cainationsHarry ; t
of pink :
Dance") in the garden of the a corsage TRAINED : ......
:. DeMeritt). Lones served! 81$best-man '"- a C...Issd........ '!flew ..... kaobe
absent giant. I SPANISH.MUSIC-Reading.; "In; and attendants were.Barry Ankara, formerly known e-s located mmfktj....... Soap toIOW
SCENE II: The Sprites-Snow,' fluence of Spanish Music: Betancourt and William Porter. Angora, is the capital of modern ....... IIPII
, Frost,'Wind,and Hail-creep Betty Jenks. Son "Chea, Following the ceremony, a re Turkey. __. ...:-_. : ON DUTY II .
into the garden to the tune. panecas." Chorus (Characters ...I:I 1 TIOlUMOlIMSTMIT
of "Entrance of Sprites" Oneil Alvarez, Dolores Ybra- nOOrtOO STAITINDI

SCENE III: One day the Strang- mea, Jeanie Sanchez and HOTELS IN MIAMI[% % 'at POPULAR PRICES He is also trained and I tllllMIINIIMcoiwAcri
.er Child enters the garden Rita Reyes). THREE i: thoroughly -ctannt*ww.wt 11%lift
while the giant sleeps, and I POPULAR MUSIC Reading. rOWH1-4 M.Thompfo ...
Located in the Heart ol the City
,takes him to paradise. Music", Leon Pu- I
000 "Popular RATES' UrXnilf C WRITE or' WIRE t. Experienced In Working ,on
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America Grows With Song ", REASONABLE ,
White and the Seven Dwarfs,
Mrs. Arnold's and Mrs, Arnold's pupils and with} ,BATH and TELEPHONE ;i: All Makes of Cars 1 HAKDWAKKDIMSIONPHOMC:
.Mrs..Mickler's Pupils chorus. 1 II HI
ORIGIN OF MUSIC WEEK by Operettas Miller\ ---
OPERA-Reading. "Light Ford ,Pcrshing : : j.: 1 Key- Wet I'1-ilia
Deanna Archer. ; I
i ,"' Leon Puzon. Song. ,, '
INDIAN MUSIC Influence of I "Alice Blue Gown," Chorus Hotel Hotel .'" ,Hotel ; .AUTO PARTS'and: ACCESSORIES' iDa

Leon Indian Puzon.Music Song reading and Dance by, and Mrs. Arnold's pupils. II 60 N.E. 3rd'St.. 2JS'N-E. let Are. 229 HE. 1st An. E ,ton TIRES amlTUBES Exult BATTERIES !I..
"Tribal Melody",Third Grade CIVIL WAR-Reading" 80 Rooms 100 Rooms;; W_Rooms t. :. C RADIOS Cahinerr and Table Models
Jenks. ,
War Influence. Betty I i ... ., i PEARLMAN'SINCORPORATED
and Chorus (soloist, Penny : "Battle Hymn of th-j ElevatorSolarium 4 l eY'\Qr.i\ ",. /sJ EfcVator II and VacUttm .Cleaners
Song. heated .APEX Washers
"Indian .
Rosam) Reading I Republic." ChoruS (Drummer.1 .,
Son**", Betty Jenks. Song, Ervin Higgs. and Soldiers 3, BLOCKS FROM\ UNION! BUS-. STATION. l lI tInA B-' ELECTRIC Fans and KITCHEN Ware .
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Frank Bervaldu and Indian' ) Reading ;J .. *-A JL 3 't. c '' l* .*
Brands You
Maiden. Jackie Conant MUSIC-). "American Songs," Betty E1DNRS""i: i I -"XFor. .
Jenks. Song."God :
Reading on Early Religious I chorus..
"Dona Music. Nobis Leon Parcem Puzon.," Chor-Song,I pupils and teachers. Our Children's Section :I For Thin, Short SALE

isters and Chorus. ..
SCOTCH MUSIC Reading, :i Stout Men fin ESASH
"Scotch Music," Betty Jenks. (C:&U WllmwFULL.VISION t or .
Song "Flow Gently SweetAfton" ,1O = DRESSESValue
Chorus (Scotch Lad. f2 SlnLDMivu
t' and Scotch :Oo ) / 4
James Anthrobus. 1ibtlm. Ahunlnon 1 10
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'Song'Classical and Song Dance., Leon"Golden Puzon; A I I PANTS

Slumbers," Third Grade and with Interlocking Lowers
WESTERN MUSIC-Readme. Influence H..t and Clare .f $..'* Hays 1 @
Betty Jenks.of Western long, "DyingCowboy" Songs, BREEZE...GIVE YOU PRIVACY \ ; (No Pleats)
\Chorus (Characters TIle OrI..I. 'et_,..,S.&.. t C.1NNO&IIEFTS,: _. .
: Deanna Archer, George i Alli..t.,C"lneIieIt : 1
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wt be"tucks break my I r : Slips t
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yew toed ones or a friend's child the *- nt l-KIttOKMANCB: St'- : I C. sum
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