The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00538
 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 21, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00538
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'Suicide In Jail Today ,r ; *INCRE\SE is 9 cnvrs I.1N I

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D. C. May 21. DUTY AT 3 STKIKrv .

.With Tnwmrnd Plan headquarter HE'S MENTIONED: nU KnowNj| .x;. . ROUND L\NTS t t'D
rUuminc they require but 4G I Dewey And
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mure ftignaturra In a''discharge IN CRITICAL: cO IJI-1!i. Mar 3l-Or ..... I

petition au bring! their $100 aimmth I 1 .al. ,l... _;... dred thousand .moa4-fM .... ;
ptifcrton plan" to the House t TION AT, 'IUSI'1TALriarcos (. .,\I' tt,rt"p"u' Stassen Today workers are voting today. wileM.r

fl...... Repraentativc GeorgeSmalhrf : Mesa, Sr, 56.- who ropently !I 1' MEMBERS OF THE SOUTH ATLANTIC AND FLOIUDA PO:TS CONFERENCE confer in Washington or not to accept an.Ocr Iff IAr

the to. revealed a* one of a. .. retired. ,as' County 'Jailor j with Paul C. Hoffman. European! co-operation administration chief. to request that southern u I CANDIDATE ON LOSING END nine packing cents: house an .." ..to.. raise m....s-

algtltt. because o[' ill health,-is jn criti- :j ports be used in shipping,supplies abroad in the foreign aid program. Left to right: Jack Spain When the strike ww e.Mryt
Whrther'wnt' nimplrtr UMC signature}with rcfn cal :condition in .M nicip tI 110s-1! secretary to Senator Clyde Hoey of North Caro.ina: J. R. Stanfield of Jacksonville.: Fla.: J. F. I WILL BE AFFECTED AD- March IS. the workmen *MM.... y

LIP TuwnMYMl' agreement ln Or. Town- g pital this afternoon with .bullet I Sturdirant of Miami conference 'president: Adm Q&s& '.rat r Hoffman: F. C.Hillyer of Jackksonrills; : V E R S E L Y. REPUBLICAN ed 29 cents an hour. !H law e1Me
M'ftd K&s r ,, wound J.T. Hiers of WUmnigton. N. c.: Senator Hoey; T. J. McGinn of Savannah. Ga.: Senator Spessard of nine rents is aln eli. tirr .
rodnntfxl Henry Wallace: iq hiS head. . LEADERS SAYIOITI.AND .
for President) whether it Holland of Florida; Kidd Brewer. administrative assistant to Senator W B. Umstead. of North CaroJ increase will lie teMiaeltre N
or is Mesa, who severenervous
intended as probe (or legislationrxlrnrfin lina Rep. Prince Preston of Georgia. and M. A. Tcuarl of Peasacola.: Fla. th7 't"1o\s..rlalr Prrt11 March Ii.In'th'rce.

MAd improving Social breakdown. early 'today '. ___ h _._ '. _.____ Ore, May 21- areas in kiwtmwiUa
f went into a combination Ixith- and at Wat rlolo. fie uarlNa eltl-
Republican :
Krrtifitjr' b voters to
not I.IWR. It could arc going
art a* M spur if the mtTSMry 218 s .. room and .bedroom at County I the polls throughout the state ployes returned .. trarh .. : '

b n...e iluwly approached.lHh ; Jail about,8:20 aJTV..today and I TURNS I today to vote for delegates favoring morning under the.(illtletMlrl 1f
major parties are pledged Y ,P allegedly.fired _a. 3o .calilx bullet :: Governor .. rJmas Dewey ,
Waterloo where
1 0 extend< SiiriaJ S/rulity. Action ; .of New York and former Govern At a vMcurrcd .e- "
.., Ihw" end appear. remote now. i <,J, ir into his.head. '! lIalOld I i Stasscn of Minnscota. Wednesday ti wk4e#. a '. '
Tlw lloune Wa>s and Means 3tC. The bullet.entered al the righ-:;: COMMAND OF NAV '; Neither Dewey nor Stassen man was kiHed- and a _
side above made claim before left wounded. 904. cmpfcyea {gel b t
n.nemil'C'Xllt"t'tC'd Iw do more o( the head the temple any they .
than evlend old a:sf insurance on and traveled -diagonally l < downward here this morning shortly after work today: althouah" JIlt. '
a voluntary b uls. t>, employees : lr / the polls were open. Dewey went them were puckers. One --
and came out through the ., ploye said he had' been >IrararA I
of state and local governments .+ ? BASE TO JOHNSON 'to Spokane, Washington and
and Ilun-tln.il institutions. left side of his,r cc. Stassen boarded a plane for by telephone that if be wetrl 111
Malcolm .Roberts, the present 'work, an attack would be .... !
Minnesota. Leading
A Hwri! rnmmuution. headed Republicanssaid
bjr Edward Slcttinius." made a ?. ; 'k I,jailor, heard-the shot and he with .e Itricf ("..county Held This.1Moriiiiu ' '' that the contest between i on his home. ._. _
ludj fur the Senate Finance I his wile rah into the bedroom. : Dewey and Stassen was nip-and-
: Ill Voles Cast; Watchman FiresShols 1 '
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Committee and recommended extending t= ; Mesa :; tuck. IV Office In
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tM kurtal security system I | ]It was declared that the ka:
In all wage earners and selfempltiyf'd i I the bed bleeding from the Until Noon I ing To Aiiollif'' 1'0..1 In j II' AlThicvesInvestigating l of most of the delegates by either:
imiraMcrl hrnrfits and wounds in his 'head. Up i I' ( r candidate would adversely art Key Wesi t To
; relaxation. of rule affecting older ,tlir J I Sheriff Berlin A. Sawyer, who silo tic Janeiro j i -..* hir*>nTvo* for the Republican I
j, III absentee ballots hadbeen !
worker is Mesa's" broihct'-iri-law, was im- 1 a repoit of shoot nomination in Philadelphia
After fiver a decade of opera- tAP {'{lutes mediately -notified. Sawyer ran turned in to County Judcir!' .CapL Willard A. Sounder;, j:, ing in Front street at 2:45 a. m. i i Of xi month. As lor Stassen. i if he I i\ Be ReopenedThe )
tion. S today.
rcompluhcd one of its aims- DR. R, C. LEE (above) of first Mesa was 'dead. and it was not expected the I,i the Key West Naval nation I that the watchman employed pointed out that he Is strong I, Citizen received a letter .
total received in Tuesday's elc'etion I|the former Submarine Base ,reported '
that of eiiminatine as much relief Deputy. ; Sheriff William Archer only in the middle west' and as from' Representative OI...- ;
M .....ble. At the start of 194B. Memphis. Temu. has been mentioned called for an ambulance. One would nearly coast the number to Comdr. Carl A. Johnson 1: by Two Friends Bar; Ann for Dewey it. would indicate;J' Smothers today.conf h mine !...
as a possibility for election Funeral Home cast In the first May primary- USN, in a brief ceremony had fired two in the
there rere twice an many persons from'Lopez responded !I and Front streets that he has little strength telegram in which he lard "t :
the The went into the A total of 412 wers cast May 5. I this morning before the assembled he caught northwest part.icof the
Continued( On Pace Eight to the presidency of, : men shots at a pair of men west and the Veterans Ad/ninistratinn d-
So tbenl' Baptist Convention (Continued. On Pace, tignp! The absentee voting ends at i Navy men and ]Marines and trying to break into the supply country. ,(Continued On Pafe Eight>)>

l .... ............-;........... ... ,,p.rn< todayi- .. .. ___ I a..liberal sprinklin. .lof civilian_ ,. - That phase-tbe-&utEgmC. +was_- -. '
now me.tlnglD 1 fonphis. DF. empleyes. ;. 1>r---, ..' n g apparent to"'each of them,, and it
MOTORTUNE-UP John Buchanai i.f Birmingham i At !9 9'a. m L'p'Sa'nae rs strode fine; watchman:'sakr one!t> f the was for that .reason that they. ,

FRESH 1 r from the Administration Building was-masked. and while the conducted strenuo' campaigns'I.BSEY
lAVES CAB> --_- also lau been mentioned for the BRADY'SLIVE men '
and went directly to a micro- other one had not covered his throughout the state.
IA'u Smlllt Anto Service ffiC"CENTRAL' SeafoodDaily wont ued On Page Eight :
WalU at rUmlnfl st. Phone I ( ) Poultry & 'Egg Market j ___________ ______ face he did not recognize him
Opposite Army Barracks !! because it was too dark. After POOR OLD CRAIG Motor Co.
1214 White Street Phone 540 .
----- ----------- PHARMACY 3IYRTLAND[ CATES the shooting the watchman said
We invite You *o Compare
--- .CONCHS .JEWFISH toll ,1OTU'! r: 0.' rtu'r: I thr SERVICE STATION
-- ..* I I the two men fled across
failed f.r .
Pmwrlplloa and Prices
Quality Used Car Dealers
.JUMBO SHRIMP (!nd 1>"lxtrirt ; Francis at Division Phone 3134
WARREN IkllrrrNl'wulrare .... .YELLOWTAIL .SNAPPER i'I 1'IILr street and disappeared in some ,... r l HK n... u......
WIN WITH vur prlrr. ITrwrlpllonsCALL
Florida Grade A Dressed and and .OTHER VARIETIES r i 5AiI bushes. Grease. Spray or
ITCJ 404 Duval Street
AI! -Florida Candidate '. ... IIUI,l. Drawn Battery Raised FRYERS i Change Your Oil
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'for GOVERNOR Florida Grade A Dressed and LOWE FISH CO. i! TI .:....,". ,.,, :::;.. i iI I 1------ Next to La Concha Hotel

Drawn ROASTERS STEWERS Foot of Margaret Street j 1----_ 1nwnlYCr.rnsr 1 TOP LUGGAGE TELEPHONE SOl
pvLL __ GRADY BURTON Florida Grade AA Large rsnr .. 1.. i. i
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t I PULL __ Palace Theater : for ALL CARS ',18 1 Buick Super'
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; Elect ,f DOWN =-- 9-A Our Poultry Is Received ALIVE Richard Arlen and And Devine, Auto Repairs, Painting, Hoy's' Kev Wol Atilo Parl.- Berlin A. Sawyer Tone Green Sedanette

i ii I, wf t>ed J. Uluut and Dressed Daily "IN OLD (LLIFORNIA'VSHORTS Kotly and Fender !:',,rK 121 Dual SL Phone 442- SHERIFF 48 Chevrolet FlrrlinaMpr
i FULLER WARREN i 4-Door Sedan
and NEWSLISTEN fr..ln. Amtm Part l.r All torn
t I I'47 Slmlrbakrr.
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Wall Hand Your Car Back or 5 . 01t . /l. : I Commander Club Coupe .

t: j jr Like A New Car Galvanized Shingles DowN -_ ==_ I-A Pontiac U
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, BODYand TONIGHT!! Benefit i DANCEAmerican ; S'17iUi\K-at-1.1!:\IHEHHU I LEVER rl'nsd Itirlltiraid- Lr s 1'ricndl. 1".7 Frawr. Maiihallan

le 9Sulnnlay ton Home 4-D6or Sedan
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r 'j'jI TELEPHONE 816 1
47 Ford Hrl.llu-
\ WKWF 6:15 P. M. May 22iu1, f Sujwr
..i b : Door Sedan (Choice of Two42 -)
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FENDERREPAIRS. ,.1600 ON YOUR DIAL 9 P.M.Sponsored: by ? /|! FOR S4I.K 1'SKH C-tRS: +; Cadillac: 61
I i it iI I Ilnl. BINGO I Door Sedan
KEY WEST GOlF CLUB '42 Plymouth Club Coupe
a 41 OId l .Umnl iic K
\ .: 1.2U; IVr "t'r lgl i '41, Ford Convertible Club Coupe I
I I i Tax Included ; '41 Chrysler Club Coupe I Toiuurrou, UOO I.M.I.II I' Club Coupe
M t Tickets (rum Members: alit! j I NAVAKHO, Inrorpnralnl 39: FontConvertible
Catholic Youth Center
and ..t Paul Sher's Storr I I Opposite Bus Station . . . . Y . II DUVAL STREET 4 New Tires and Tubes
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PAINTING -........ i Benefit Municipal Hospital i
I "Featuring Qualityllted
ANY MAKE CARMonroe 20 Gainrs 1'rizrt
1 ; I I II. : Car: Only"
Motors, i Inc. 1i 1I I ) ) Tickrt; *, $1.50 Each "NO TRADE-INS REQUWED"

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Your Friendly Ford Dealer .mwg.IIIIIIf.; K
...14 1' dHMal Adr".IIn..O i iI -T GIVENS, Jr., --------- -- -----------

i! TpII low tl'lr"' lit' Will i EI.rrHarry
,;I.I.T T Np ) I'olrrrf TnrailttY; / rWILLIAM 1 i y
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ciiour U Nt:\ 'ies., FIFTH DISTRICT

Who U the Solicits Second Your Primary.Support r >, .,, McCARTYCandidate .r, ., art r z JUDGEWKWF7:00 DOWN PULL LEVER tllPlllll X 35 i 3-A


full/ Ituirn Lerer12A I oSprakiur r GOVERNOR : P.M. TODAY a Ezperieneedour AlfRreaiirP Puns

On "TAXATION: Para Coraisionado del CondadoSo.
,- UTilE COURTS: IJ/:/.U."'(; TO THE I'JI'I'!"- Distrito

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I Oily Dally Newspaper In Key JV'at easing up, Moscow or Washington .
Monroe Countyantered NETWORK PROGRAMSEastern U -..-.- I ICIN3 TIM. ttM uw thsf a .treee. ul
a statement that draws the string taut Loot Time. FIr central J ...... es Ml is that h4irnh.idwnt't
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No__ for entertainment by chumMM; .!' 01D wb t :fall: 'atwut peace, sweet peace, lo try to'julJl'the Thomas repeat lit-cbs .- jiq! w aifeu mgn'plpsyi4La. \ tf : MMAn ( Br., k. 11.woHMin .
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tanks of p blt. issues and aubJecM 'efl. al.-raeral News and Commentary iitq; 1tJnl.. o) jrasuijq aaaqi dn Molts .' 1.1. .1' \ .... ...... (M M 1..._ llrrttan .
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lateroei. but It will Dot puelUb anonymgc.soeas.leaUose ( in carrying through, the Fulton I...'-, Jr.-BID* lh t Oq AW1 I ..
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program. Jack smith and Songa-cba auigFurj jdnjs u ojjaXoitwp peal paq I L and
Dally Commentary Lit A\au B jo puVWmoaSte ) asnoq jaurams aqr 01.auors aq prB3 3DOTA' ,;*,qdog1'"""" '( I I 1-.-Tho"- . C Do- .
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ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN he can not change overnightto Bob Cro "y'a Club-cbs .. -no. PIP Moq MBJI aqjjnoqs alt 3101 pwq I irbutf ion PIP P'daajse .... not'Hj p4aYW".ht rd .he.
1 u our satisfaction. In that circumstance, lx Henry>na Ranger J. Taylor Drama-mba.". ."'"- ImlA. 3tOOQi STJIrfj .i iifnrro2essaw pmnsiapon! J.uop i mguwa3Bid U31VJ peq 3100D en (pN.Jna day. hors ii' C........... A C.

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inclined exercise caution.
L More Hotels and Apartments. we are to The Kd Slurrowewseb.. uado uieaSaidi .qi aao; aoatA oil; leq* Morr a.ia traqAtrnq 'IN dn ;00M. I mq aan 51M08ufwoa 1---0 aUi\ 4nssenth. .4.. w..d .

,. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. question arises, Is he in earnest or in he Sport Comment-rob* ""- .rose Jnoq tre nod Jot 01 aaUCPOdtUI250.12 JO uaaq aAeqsna Z83 8'11 p.a..q I uagMU ..........." lwwtae bMlr.4*
Ico-Paul: Lavalle .Ma mOJJ pattmu aqs UOMM
Meodr-pbe tJCeu \ .lepsmq.L paAtacaj! aq 11qt ;
3. Airports-Land and Sea. trying. to get us off our guard? Fanny Brice Comedy-cbaFat TOCO EnX jo2Joj ;soaire I aao aqi ajojajaqi 'janai .JapIo n 25 X100103 U111203 di ptno.a 0il. .ha.A.rMMM hirer 61' AlMrred
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4. Consolidation of County and What is true of a man is true also of Always a \\'omanmba'1:3OCa..you ? SHpwuaID1! $ jCjaappns asqj DB paininsqns psq nwj iBqj naq; pier 0qS paw monaoJjp ,3aaptade_
City Governments. Top This-nba. kiaaJAcudds pappoa nosueqof .MaW{ alA "p3U'81a! 11 .1iJUa iJtn em o, $alptOaas; tood at1 yufja 1 MHspuvio Lrifllk ...
.. a nation. Gromyko, Russia's pet strate- Danny Thomas Show-cbs ao 3iu aqi OBq) aaqsajj CBA ado aJaIA a'l1 3TW1 **" HPO folk. V* .urget a nrtf |aM.
5. Community Auditorium. This Is F.B.1. Drama-abo, ? ,woos 9)tnb! dcn;oozosujrijaj -pAua aqi no (far aqi IBTJI pan ) 13et1$ atgdog IS!}'( PIOpefl I.'PI in American lIur.-y. .own fc
fumed blared UN
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dresses against this country and our leaders Cilly Rose C"Dlmellt-tu.:... .- 40 : sse-1U1S1r.ldun Xueuiooj aqi pet| aji man t.npp aM. .. list
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with President Truman the chief t:00-People Ar. Fuany-nbn set; Sucum 1 T -Girfln H CaJtt
' as Jiasji iniBreji! ap.tQ8tA( \' 'OS a00 4 IXq .'1101'11 JU1 p*>
j MONOGRAPHCaptain target of attack. Back in the Kremlin Kivalc IoHll"Jan.-: : the m Bank ech e-Lan-gto-abc; -cbs I atom aq ;.uPIno;) no -" "VtUS ,, J01 .'){;)Otsam name aqs '11 t1JIA! PO- ,. RI.r iN iw ra.sL eetey M
: Gabriel Heauer. Commentmbatt3ewa oipejuoo! e tziiq! paqsegtzosueqof stint (1 ta3sTPamoaPaRTtI Iqsgold peqaq* An I -unxu Jim OJne.IA ....I hrwthet g rrelep. ....

Willard A. Saunders t baked on reports from the United States Broadcast-mb* oj paSuojaqsnouotuusB aaoe CBAV, au.&XBS. uosueqormreA. asoof aoio pqytpq J11E .+s.a ail the alAlus .hats

it was realized that Gromyko's tactics had 10-Lyman. Waltz Time-nbo pajuioddesrp! arty 'SJatV.IA mat} .1021 lt aqt ppq I 1 I .* 1h.u-.deput s. T. DMtlw
'Naval. Station, ,t Th.hale Sheriff and Harriet Drama-_cb*bo : nj3Aaaoj jsamqiaoM aq qtA\ pasts 0111 nj traaq SA qppioo TITt[ 01 peq I os ;no pun*} a .s July L.' 19M'STARTlN4

Key West Florida. . alienated; many Americans who, had been Information Please-mos qSnojifl anoL. asoddns i puy ; ){ qsuo. I 'kJift-j Jooj. PN.pamwpw 1 n'I .Wj;..

inclined to show Russia friendliness. 1:55-Five-Minute Sports-abo .;SU018A.I3SaJue sa 9 v.crmf nr 3J9MKreax
Dear Captain: more joj noL 01 f1"V."
.lpoq s.nmrj qoxeas ssaijtruj arqdog I'SN Palest
10.00-The :Mystery Theater-nbo inoqjt.w paoaSe an -qJnH SATURDAY
Upon departure Key West'sHrish Aware that Gromyko had failed, he has Phil Baker Quiz-cbs jo Plea >(ooj aq uonipuoa; uo ;! jCrjaaJBdde OB Surjanpaoorgnf : ''innna.d potf\Jl' u .
your Boxing & Sports Showabe;

i fa "au Revoir". as,-well as "Goods been called back home, probably not to 10:30 Meet-Bill! the Stern Press Sports-mb*nb ** ..W.o1 Hail: P.I tci.U9Auo3 wtq pp i O.aiI put wnJV11J8S nnCWllirI: sgooq-q fandd8.12' q8n':. puaqi ;s:30NZ1T Sul:: AEM aq. .tCuaIap-Ipg noi' lp.alcl a.aP1210a \'isi tin, Nurse
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bye." be heard of again. Spike Jones Revoe-cb t ., aq..'am .pioi oJPa 'JcI.\qJU! I 'MI-

t Now Russia is playing a different role. Tex Beneke Band-mbs iJ jseqaaj o 3 ;j.,ijai aqs Pus paqa1q ..zPt\1 0g.''et aneq 1J.PIP .ltUA' aptid and (qm KATHLEEN HAMM
sAoqvtmiBi jo Br
.- THE ORACLE. 10:4S-Pro and Con Talk*-nW -jB-saatJts! ou miMf aidqos ",uny ";118111 { jo XIPBS pa](ssnosueqof p.q Tie
She is trying to softsoap the people of the 11.-00. Newn &: Variety 2 brs.-nbo m pa3ubaq IIITBIB ass nOA *dB] aaojaq ;oar inq asnoq oqM aao jo spaBq aowu aui A'poiBj IB ip iu aP.o

United States. If, instead, she is sincere, News.News: and Variety.Dance Dmnce Houraboewa 2 br*.-cbs Lao oajgegi! U3J uonnlos! aqy- aqi{ PJeM.01 pattm; Laq;LjpsaA1atpa Sum Sit{ jo pmoqf cnofeaf f 01 UBOI It 'X ua."

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CANNOT BUY GOODWILL President Truman has accorded her repeated 1:0Danclnl: CODtinued-abc.clC aq joa ppioo Eqi majqaJd c traqi .laiaj Piai. a3in\ P3punos l qi IBJ JO XHOJI dill{ pJW0J*

- invitations of proving her sincerety sex.1eqr..qJnlI inoqB tetfh1. iBqi poom. v ino patoo! pocXgauq ljaicisip! ao aou u3ndj ea H)J9H

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-- The Ninth International Conference' but Kremlin leaders counter with more Saturday SummaryEastern pasjJOM" aq-patuna Xj sanon I Lbs aqi 01 psaqB paanId -UB 01 JoiXn ppri ,s Xpno 4, (AfJ
; -aui aq SB nP(* Sarzeore qiAsnonnoi 1I1edtoo N1AGE
jjai Iaq5JLot
American Republics_has ended i its sessions softsoaping.The Subtract .ne Lee.t hour Tim.for. For mountain central pug aouBjuaqut; s.jeqi aq aAeq I a3UA.. aqi jaAoa aanSg\ arnqajnj jLluattum1p -p110 pants AVKKO3 3:>

4n Bogota, Colombia. The deliberations subtract twS "oura.SATURDAY .; '.(auotU siq jo jjBd oa IOBA\ L. anp aq; eui1pleL! u3du 3

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provided a pact for an inter-American easiest way to get your work, done

system, to codify previous inter-American is to have somebody else do it. MAY 22 _RniunoirnibnuiininiiiunnnnnnnnDiKey J The Jewish population of the WILL YOU SMILE

Morning United States is around five mil-

accords, the passage of an anti-Commun- 1.00-The Story' Shop-nbo West JRiIiPays lion Is
The fundamental justification for our Shoppers Special-abc : i ;Once EnoughA
!"resolution! and the creation of, an inter- t:30-Mind Tour Slannennbd1003Frank ,

' American Defense Council. public schools is the development of pu- : Merriwell Drama-nba I) Cone ByAS LEGALS statistician gave up hie ...- I
Red Barber Clubhouse-cbs .. .
There was .no agreement reached on pils rather than the testing of educational 10:30-Archie Andrew Drama-nbo urday afternoon golf to take ease f

systems and theories of teaching. Mary Lee Taylor Talk-cbs. TAKEN FROM FILES OF \OTICK CALLIXJ FOR BID*. of the children. When.. wile
the question of American aid to .Latin- Ozark Valley Folks-mbs THE CITIZEN OF Noti.la- hereby given to ..
returned from her ah ppi C. he
America with the conference .1:00-Meet the Jleeks-nbc .. :J J il may concern that on the m
postponing \:. ews; Lfs Pretend- :b*> MAY 21. 1938' of Jane. A. P. IJ4S. at 1:38 .h..1 handed her the following report: l
"final 1 action on' this subject .untj ;78ter in HOUSE DEMAND FOR LETTER Abbott tc C bow-mb...tello-aboMovie MaimiHllimnHiiiniiniiiiiniamQiittimiiminnmmtff In the ;Monroe County Court Dried tears: 9 times: r
Quiz Key Florida, the Board of
.th. Jyear. Whether! the net result jf the 11:3O-Smiling Ed UcConoell.-nb* : Sale of Sponge on the Key nt"e Commissioners of Monroe } Tied shoes13 times I
; ., Junior Miss. Drama-cbI I County,. Florida. will open pealed Toy balloons purthaaMi. : 3
.. parley h3wlienrf6fncrease"Ameri&) n. sod: Something new in. the governmental :md of the Iximt-cbo West municipal>wharf i is on the bids f.r.lhafoUowing-road wurk ..,
I -- The Teen Club-mbs SAft. upand. Total sales In Virove lark: a vubdivlxiori. 1 per child; '
,up. /of last
J I will'is} open. question.. '.* / ',' experience of the United States is the 300- week / 1: Upper Mateenmb. Florida mx \ Average life of baHmn: 13 u
,,.a .,.... :was excess $16,000., ;[ recorded in Plat Book 1. par IIII.
I A New York Times correspjDhaent reports -= 29 vote by which the House of Represen- 12.-00-Theater of Today-cb/: i construct a road 12 feet seconds: ; t

I that "relations were not "bettered, tatives recently ordered the Secretary of Junior Junction-aloG' : The federal government has Bet :i wide distant on. Jerome of approximately Avenue for 424 a j Cautioned children MIl to
12G-Cotl'e. With Congress-nbo June 15 as the and possibly worsened, primarily because Commerce to produce a part of the confi- American Stars: Over Farmer Hollywoud-abo-cbs ing of bids for improvements! to I I I of rocking, mllina and bonding Number of Saturdays I will

South America did not get the financial dential loyalty file of Dr. Edward U. Con Pro Art Quartet-mbs be made to the Marine Hospital, !f' bnsi Hid.of are cost to per he submitted square yard on and thef do this again: Q. .!i

; 'don. 1.00-Farm and Home-nbc according to dispatch!'' hall by a triddbond t
a- special accompanied
it Grand
; wanted from the United States. : Central Drama-cb*
f or Cashier's or certified check jequivalent GovernimM
from According to surveys -
Luncheon CroadcastbeAlan : Washington published in ..
In March sub-committee the to ten (1.%> Pr nt of A .... ...... ... .
The disappointment of the delegates a of lx>maz. Ballads-mbs The Citizen today. i i i i I the estimated total root.: it I Ii 90 percent of the pupuialuof I, es .vefy !

ofLutin-American countries the failure House Un-American Activities Committee 130-Ed Tomiinson Fair Talk-nba I t'i The work can not be ...ub.nI America has athletes fmM atone ",.. .. ........... III lief tile. bMif :
over \ County Uulz-cba
traded without the County's written | .
I another.. .....Mth.l 0(1..1
Speaking of SongabcLance A Miami J time or 'Y
of the United States to provide funds denounced the Doctor, who happens to bedrector Hand Timemba1:45ews / newspaper said yesterday ; consent and it must l>* o.mmenced .
that a bullfight will be within thirty (Je) day after Iolt" Nt hiss WI ..... shsl
for the development of their countries of the N.ational Bureau of Stan- of Overseas-nbo i the l lettinir of the contract and if :
2.00-Muale. for Moment-nbo in Key West during the I, to l>* completed within reaimnable .lisp,.,. h HiWr Mtt'II'' '
can be understood in view of the rosy dards, as "one of the weakest links in our 1 clnatlngr Rhytbm-abo All bids must be in the hand of !
hopes, that the Latin-American statesmen atomic security.: The accusation was bas More Dance Time-mb* the Overseas Highway bridges ,. the sooty: Clerk on .. before 7::3. j! EVERETT IUCCS ,..,... ....
2.30-Veterans Series-nbc : on July 2 and 3. Comment of one ) I'. :M. on Tueiulay. June 1st. 194'*. I
entertained before the con'ference. They ed, in part, on a letter from the F.B.I. to The Country Journal-cb* Key Wester was: "I don't know The Commission, reserves the Master Plumber .
j .
The HitchingPost abo I right to nr reject anr and ...
; were aware of the billions that this' coun- the Secretary of Commerce, referring to an Guest Band Show-mb* jif I: we will have any bull fight :i i'all bids mad. pursuant to tin ad- j I
t 1! Jry is, spending 'for European relief and, inquiry into the associations of the Doctor.A 3:00 overseas-Orchestras Report of-Nation cbs -nba I|i deal but I'm of sure bull we shooting.will have" a great II !i!I. ...rtim..nt.KeWest. Florida :May ISIh.: A. I
PUno ita)'bouse-abc P 1S4H.! 1401 Fourth Stn t
other nations number of scientists throughout the I : ,
Jfi\e some they saw a chance To Be Announced-mb* RAM C Sawyer, Clerk.

I .... to get in on the handout. nation immediately jumped to the defenseof St -Science Adventure-cb* : Benjamin D. Trevor and Carl i j I' Board Monroe of County.County c Florida.mayI421.94S. ..mmi..Mon..r,.. . . Phone. . I!

I :3O-Cross Section U. S. A.-cbs- I I Bervaldi, head of the. finance I TUBA
The United States nation Dr. Condon and the of Com- .
as a cannot Department The Sport Symphony l'arade-mba Hour-abe committee of the Overseas High- it3.J

expect to buy the goodwill'; the 'entire merce announced that its loyalty board celebration, J
4.00-Doctors Today-nbo way today began ; i\ THE ror\TV jrnfiir rornr'I Estimate Freely Ciren The -SWrW "te1ftr 4tslrtilq
I world. Certainly Jn' this unanimously cleared him of "disloyalty" Howard Unir. Choir-cbs' their drive to raise money to defray I> %\ FOR MO\ROK COI TY'. ti : .
no economy any
lUce; Charlie Slocum-mb. expenses incurred in holding !* FLORint. PHDntTE Installations . .JpaJn S turtt+V IM This I ffMMi
'**o ntry can support ,a. perpetual ,drain of to the United States. The committeewas 4:30-First Piano Quartet-nboHorce 'the affair. !I In re Estate of i, -
Race: Dance-cba < ; CARniE L. OUMSTED.
capital if the money is to bell ed:toece.,.edNOTICK --- -
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Time-mbs OF PALM OF III11. :
governmental leaders of every little favorable to the Doctor. 4:55-Church: Sery. (rapt 5IS)-mb I American Legion'Auxiliary j PHOHK.HT' ,
last night entertained members I NOTICE IS IIKRKUY (:Jthat
power that threatens to become a "Ijad The next step was taken by the com- I, 6:00 Make-Swante Way River for Youth Boy-*--cbs:nba I of Girl Scout Troop 1 and their '| pursuant to an Order of the County I

boy unless! the United States divvies out mittee which subpoenaed the Secretaryof Nes Take;a Treasury Jwumber-Band mbs-east-atwf mothers at a meeting held in the Judge undersigned of Monroe Executor County Florida of the. Overseas Transportation

the money. ,' Commerce, W. Averell Harriman, to 8:15-Three Suns Trio-nbo Golden Eagle Hall on Petronia Last I. OIm"Will.....and. d...Testament....:...... late of of Carrie Key1Vest t{
? : 8:30-Doc L Q.. Jr.-nbc II street ,
Monroe County. Florida will
produce the full text of the letter. The St. Louis atinee-cb. offer for ale and sell at the front Inc.

: LOBBYISTS ARE ACTIVE Secretary declined, saying that such a disclosure True Melodies or False to Remember-mbs-east-aba A daughter was born this morn ,, door Sinus of at the K..y.t.Monroe. Count Florida t'ourt'at 1* Company,

6:4S Weekly Commentary-abo ing to Mr. and Mr3. Walter John-i; o'clock A. :\.. Wednerda. June 1C i iI94S.
would be "prejudicial to the pub- son, 909 Southard street The |I the following described property i| Fast lt Dependable Freight anti Kaprpi. Strife.. ;

I : The campaign of the Department of lic interest."-Subsequently, President Tru- TODAY'S BIRTHDAYSKnow newcomer has been named Ella 'I All: that certain piece or parcelof -bet.-

t' :Justice to enforce the Lobbying Act is.apparently man, by executive order; ruled that. lest Waldine. land situate lying and MInK -
( America) In the City of Key Wet. lIIAland\ \ KEY wrSf
producing results although the the Federal Loyalty program be damagedor County .f Monroe: and State of
Joe Russell returned the
Robert Montgomery, screen over Florida known a* tot Four (t.,
National Association of .Manufacturers has innocent personnel be stigmatized, no star, born in Beacon, N. Y., 44 highway yesterday from Miami, Block Eighteen (17> according to the
.challenged the law as unconstitutional andhas4he department or agency was to honor Con- years ago. where he had arrived on the Plat of The KeyVe Investment I between watt u4 Xq w..tI
steamship Florida from Havana.He (Compan subdivision of
matter pending in the court. gressional subpoenaes for confidentialfiles. Cyrus S. Ching, director of the had to the Cuban capi- part of Tract Seventeen till.
Federal Mediation and Concilia- gone duly recorded in Plat Bonk One I
Financial statements filed with the The President assumed full respon- tion Service, born on Prince Ed- tal for a five-week visit, but was I (1) on pace 9*. of Monroe Coun Exprett Schedule

Clerk of the House show that 170 organizations sibility for determining what documents, ward Island Canada, 72 years taken ill and decided to return Lot ty. Florida i* bounded Record and dencribed, and which a* I (N. Steps Ea Relikl

have .spent $1,534,757; curing.the'first if should be released. ago. home. I follow, SIR Commencing at a LEAVES KEY WEST AIUT (EXCEPT -
any, point on South Mreet. distant SUNDAYS) U IrM PJ4. A..
Gen. John 'L. Hines of White
three months of ,1948. The'rgaitiza*: This was the situation when the Houseof Sulphur Springs. W. Va.. retired Today The Citizen says in an of Fifty Sooth CSt)and feet Elizabeth from the cxrner I r..tA.; rives at MIa_ a. lieN ...... P4W.d9Dt .

tion which has the editorial paragraph: and running thence al->ng South .
spent most moheyJU Representatives took its extraordinaryaction ,. born there 80 years ago. "Faults are thick where love is I Street in a Northeasterly direction -

.' citizens 'committee on displaced prisons, by such an overwhelming vote. Harry A. Tierney of New York, thin." Fifty (:;;t) feet: thence at LEAVES MIAMI DAILYSUNDAYS MaCa
eminent composer, born at Perth I right angle in a Northwesterlyetrdetinn ) .1 1240 .-.... Midd.

which has spent $149,508 :-in< promoting There is no known precedent for such a Amboy N. J, 58 years ago. I Twenty (19)One feet Hundred: thence and at 1 night and arriv* aj Kay W.* aiN .

legislation designed to admit DPs into this situation. JVhile the resolution did not Rear Admiral Arthur G. Your Horoscope right angleIn a Southwesterlydirection o'clock AJ4.
I Fifty <5 e) feet: thenceI
countl')'. seek the concurrence of the Senate and Robinson, hero of the Java Sea I at right angles In a Southeasterly - Local Schedule t
battle born in Brooklyn, N. Y, FRIDAY. MAY 21, 1945 Today direction One Hundred and
Lobbying Is very often'derioun ec8 J .......
made toward
as approach is LEAVES
of beginning on South StreetThe :T fU.
it is generally recognized-as b p rfWt$ comply, it merely directed the Secretary U. S. Senator Chan Gurney of I a change in the zodiacal sign, ; ale will be? on terms m" : I CEPT SUNDAYS at M. retssh

South Dakota, born in Yankton, there is growth of a little more I creditwill be allowed for not A- M. atM antnt
"legitimate I at Nisrl
activity under the constitutional'right tjf Commerce to transmit the letter. I than sixty per cent of the purchase at less
S. D., 52 years ago. refined nature. It may I and for o'clock P. No
t develope I price! not longer than fiveyears
II of petition. What has caused mst Some of the legal experts consider Gen.
Maj. Dawson Olmstead ,I a religious tendency. The special such deferred purchase priceto LEA YES
of the denunciation is the fact that that the unconsti- retired chief signal officer born i I of this is wide 1 be evidenced by the promissorynote MLUR DAILY ..acaSUXDA ; .
) 10 by.i proposal represents aspects degree a of the purchaser payable. '0. 'YS) .1 1.90 .'.... A. M. ...
. .i fat* have done their work in secret, without tutional violation of the rights of the Presi- years ago. I II I influence and a helpful one in the personal by mortgage representative upon the and said secured '1 rrir*. u Key West at Mt .>....%
'I some respects. The native is a P. **.
r,revealing the true nature of their interest dent. Others express the view that Con- I At one time in the 1700's slavery favorite of fortune but there is a I ject property to the sold.approval Said sale of said will be County sub

; fin legislation.. gress has an "established" right to demand was so prolific in Brazil that tendency toward the luxurious Judge.
in Bahia till 1763 the capital of Dated at Key West Florida thin FREE PICK.UP ud DEUVFJCY
. and receive from the giving way to which may be the ttb day of May. A. IX 1141. Sf'-K\lCE
.. papers execu- Brazil the proportion of Negroesto cause of serious misfortune. William i Wesley "-a t kin... FULL CARGO
A fortune awaits the inventor of a tive branch, but it is admitted that the whites were 20 to 1. As Executor of the Last Will LNSURANCK;
and Testament of Carrie L.Olmsted. MAIN OPTICS: and
A device to arrange for a fade-out to coin-: Supreme Court has not ruled on the exast I I The Shantung Railroad in Deceased. PHONTNI C.tea A rNde tIM.
Read the Classified Ads in The! China is also called the Kiao-Chi Ophelia T. Lester iM AND Ne
J title with radio commercials. question. Citizen. 1 Of Counsel for said Kxecntor.Publish. .
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Harold R. Laubaeher, manager .IlL W. Urion delegate from the
of the Chamber of Commerce, left
West lion Club to the
dar fur West Palm Coach' to Lions' convention held in St
attend a regional conference of Augustine on May II, made a report -
th Florida State Chamber of
last night about his visit at
Commerce. a. meeting of local Lions. Next
Discussion attw. confrrtnre y.ar the convention will be held
will renter around aviation lidwrtma -'at St. Petersburg
,. tourist development I Mr. Urlon'will attend the in-
safety, health and other ln+por- ittrnttional converttmn .of 'Lionsta .
tint phase* of Florida community. i be held in New.York' Cit ,yip
lat.Following Palm I] July,'And will attend "aUojAfjeI
the Wed
I convention of FJ4.iry,PhiadtlVjsils .
Ifearti parley Laubarber will .. ) phial' "
to Daytona Beach to attend the t ( .' .
Part. Coast Highway AJSOCU :;.' .
glum annual meeting. This group\] Mother, .:- v 4 -
lea promotion organization that *
has been attempting to stimulate i Iu Mnnd City
tourist traffic along Highway No. r'
I. Further activities of the or- ]ir,. L. T. Reynolds a id Mrs.
gjtniratloa will be discussed. Preston Payee of Birmingham i
On Monday Laubscher will at* Ala. are vacationing with ..
tend the annual convention of the R. nolda' mother and father
Florida Association of Commercial I| and &""- Hubert Jones Mrs.1 '.\P Wirrp=lot.ii
Organization Executive in sister Mrs. E. A. Curry and
Iteytona ..m. Thin 'three-day Curry. Mrs. Jones expects to BARBED W.IREfILLS PRINCESS MARY .AYI' UE at Zion. Square in Jerusalem to keep embattled -
Meeting will bring to the speakers 1, turn with her daughter to Arabs and Jews from coming in cqnt. t. It was placed there by the Briluh bcfora they

Chamber platform 01 men commerce from the and U.other S. ingham next week. re-I fevacuated at the end of their.mandate. Palestine.. .. In tbe'background is the JawUhsctor. At, -

Imputtant figures from the stale. ,I I - '
}' (; of blowing away light. p.rtictes.T cf being.:.wrested.. .'from. :Us._Jewish. . defenders_. _uy. ITng Abdullah's desert legion. from. Trans-Jordan. .
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Fnlivitl F.ll Tomi'JttAt .c' /(111'. I: : : '::i/ ;mss;s ;.T>', .: ,,;. ,. :, :, j'i:: ::;i 'a' 'f' :-': :'-.-.a t:, ;, ::;i:a.. .

A Uanrr festival will be *hel<| : $ . . ", , .. t .t. ,.! ', w..:..t..#.: .. . k' ... ,-...... e'GI.n' ;:..-. .".. .., ....._..... -
fb.n '' .
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Club auditorium tot ., .
iaLUwlaka : : .' ., .;.t:"' : I '1''! ,' ,. 'j. f. -. l" : '0' .. '
M by the theater srovR of the '1 A. R't.U .' ' . "
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Armed $ rvlees YMCA <:
Pact .4 the receipts from the'lesiival I .: : i /:; : . : : }

will be u.d for the recrealfcm > ; .. 'i.... :- .. .
fund i* the Vetersns Admiutratlon { -

defray rcVa the also cwt llo wili pi U be
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dory* faetival' group IQ perform | ," ,- ... -,:.-'.-,-f' *.... ; .
tee the pattrnta at rh* hospital'in In The .. '
Cwral Cblcs. At the 11*pttaltb *

.pruduMmi.iI.gr....Mp wards will In and the perform do main Ute theatre tn entire the I : ..t..: :: :'; Governor's.. . : Race ':}/" ; ,

for the ambulatory ptie..t.. / : I .f :. :
: : > :. r:
The dear.. fejttval U under and the .: : : .. :/ _
dmettmi l Deity Simpson .
eratd ..I the YMCA Mutiral arrange- : : :- "f '- ,
MMw i ant by Urn Beatrice Mor- .- .
... and settings and lighting by . .. -"i.' .
Ju Dm and Charles Odor- : a ISSUE : .: . .. :
Ire. ta.H y 'STRAW MAN, FALSE. ', .r: - S .

Mol adeanrc sales have been i, .. .' -:.
.Md. hf the fe.t r.L TtrketsMr A,POWERFUL and, at time'persua This obvious strategy will fall of itsown1 ..
mar k procured, the door. Fuller War t .
I,la ive_ public speaker is \ fallacy.. The thinking'people of r
Dunn* 'pnfiam.p.C at fallows p. 01T ren. Usually he is logical and his the state- will not be fooled by it. They .-

.-....-TMir hat Ciu\....." words, adroitly: chosen, carry more"of know that Dan McCarty is running on '., :

"avi.......I.v 4.Doren d nr 0 Cnu by Gerry 4nd Vwla P nCltMnM less conviction. lids own record, .his own; platform, .'. .. '. I

.1.. .... :. VivUn Garcia,I I 'In'his speech.here ;Thursday night :'without sure entangling 'alliances .. ,": _
w.l' tiaUftt' whatsoever '
and that
Ijtwt ,: he is seeking andreceiving
"a1l Florida
\0. At-..... Kitty Ramos.V however the self-styled the ..
.* WAU the Things You candidate," got badly off the beam". and free support of
I An..- *0,. Man Riw.W- C.1 I r His line of talk must have been dis- citizens who believe In him, who have _

Rtauisiga Grecian, -'N inaMkjue Dre--Juliet I I appointing to his supporters, as it was confidence in the sincerity of his conscientious -
who consider
intentions -
comforting to his opponents.
and Choor-
,Mw....' -....v l.. tr* Forrrt." him bv far the better of ,the two men
i ..*. ......... -F art Prince.. Indeed a stranger, unacquainted now offering themselves for the high .
! Beryl. UIL with the,facts of the present politicalfflce of Governor of Florida -
! pMnrrThe W.lu,1 See situation would have derived the
,i T M Avatn. Palm lland Choriu.U ., ImThey know, furthermore, triat Dan
.... David ft..*< **>urWhi. 'p pression that the speaker was runMcCarty would be the last man In the '
.- Hub and petty I\impiUIL ning, not against Dan McCarty, but
state to bow to the dictation of
alifUatMr Ovrrt..-Ballet. by { Governor Caldwell the state any
U..4 Gail Wallacefth against machine, to make a deal with any ulterior -
thm Tap. CetaM Pander road and beverage departments two interests; to prostitute public office -
-THe Ooa.*rk ." (rum opeietla unnamed road material contractors,
to private That is assured
-,.... gain.
Prtnre. and so-called "state
I a
InterprrUtive "In a PmianMaf ,, maby his record, public and private. Not i
ket." III... .I..... Stone. chine in all the first primary campaign did

bland DanceThe Chotus. ftamua, by Palm Informed people know and Fuller No Spot On a candidate or spokesman -

DMweBrazil. Con,." Bob. Warren himself knows that Dan McHiS Record' for a candidate attempt: to

alai DHtv ....,tft.I J Carty isn't the Governor, that he isn't put the finger of accusation -

Ma.awira Swan Fan Ballet.IIHty I the road or beverage department, that or suspicion upon any act of Dan I
AtmiMon.Vural I '. he Isn't a road material contractor, McCarty. In attempting to apply that i
T>>* Tan Tunr.ter\ and that he isn't the "state politicalmachine" finger, indirectly and evasively, the !
........g.bdie f_ String," ..... who
;J : ".1. or any part of it. Yet without man is running against Dan Mc- i

-t.AN..... Petter.... "..MrrtVr...Vondnu Dance I : the slightest reference to his real Carty but who would have the people. ;

-.w ......l Baron; Aunt Lutres opponent, without any comparison of believe that he is running against the -
are the drum I his record or' his platform with those state administration Fuller Warren,
nut. -Lri'Jat..um.Dalkt of Dan Mr. Warren is deis doing himself
McCarty no good
......... .by little Simpson and bringing
the Corp de Ballet voting himself to an attack on the himself no creditable support. He is .

=rEI administration, hoping that some stultifying himself and confusing his S
: MQUri )
alt: of the people will draw the inference friends by his deceptive and illogical -

that Dan McCarty is a part of the administration method of campaigning. is .re- '

::1 and that his candidacy pelting from his standard thousands

Is founded upon the policies of the administration of the intelligent voters for the eliminated S
candidates whom he
upon must
and reliant the favor
rely for a second primary victory. The
of an alleged "state machine" for McCarty supporters shouldn't worry

=fix his election. -it's his funeral, not theirs.

Thus, Fuller Warren is setting up a Dan McCartv is pursuing the even,
; manly, forthright tenor of his
straw man, a fabricated scarecrow, for way, un
disturbed by the frantic efforts of a
whatever pleasure and benefit he mayreceive
desperate opposition. That leads
I by knocking it down. He is to the next governorship of Florida.addressmg .

-- his: fervid wordage and forHe can well afford to challenge a comparison -

ensic foray to building up a false is- of his, record, his achieve

sue. Ignoring the merits or, demerits ments, his platform, and his capacity

of his opponent, he is a voluble Don for good service to the state, with that

Quixote, thrusting: his verbal' lance at of his opponent. Upon such compar
ison he
may confidently leave the de
.... an imaginary antagonist, of his own cision'to the discerning voters of Flor-

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:. CLAssn IEr.rADS The Weather

if: : 6'. : FORECASTKey .

West Vicinity
'and : Mostly
,.,:. InfomiaUp for the,
. : partly cloudy this afternoon ton -
-1'1-:5 r mBLACKFACK aECr.n fait rtjttsE.r : gl$ and Saturday: with not
'. TYpe, .:aimDt for ciusirjed advertls.a .- much change in. temperature.
nta U Invariably advance, but
Advertisements Under thus head revola* :ladrertiiers'wftli Udffer.ae- Moderate to; northeasterly
win 'be in ert4 In The, Citizen at coats may bat;. their a4 .rt1..... winds. " ."
the .rate of -5e a word tut rack -' mauts.#hartfed.FCf '
irtion. bat tbe-mlttlmaat charge for LtCA'flO-'f'f i DKADLrte: Florida: Fair north. partly
' '- the dint 13- words 'or less la 30e. 'To:Inlur..'.ublieatb)it. Copy moat cloudy south portion today, tonight
4 The rate.l'rb klartfacc tfft la :c a be In The -Citizen office before 11o'clock Little'
and change
word minimum charge for Hn the moraine of .the dar Saturday"
,r tbe first IS word is 4ic. of, pabHcatiua.All change in tcmpatifir&J. > .
:.. ,. 'Jacksonville Through the Flori- e

: da Straits:Arid .l stCuirol Mexico -
; advertising I. accepted under the' follotrisg condition: In the : northeasterly
Gentle:to moderate -
_:, vent of error in advertising tran l.nt or 'contract"Th Citizen will be ;;
;.a. :. rviuui>iui<; otilr for ui'. first Insertion tlaMlBe ....ml.I.*. and IB winds over -sojath portion ,
.. ;.'-. *. llbplar ,<.*ril.l.c for. only tb. actual amount-ef ,pac, occupied br tb. and Variable mostly4 westerly: to
-' ,,; part of the. idvertlsemeatarber. e the er{or .o;cu>a. : :- j
nOrth .portion today
. . . . . . .. ...,.. .'. .. a.. . . .. _. northerly over'
- - - - -. - and'Safurday'Fairtopartly
.. "!" - tonight .
-: HELP WANTED-MILE. FOR'SALE j cloudy.Jacksonville -' '
to Apalachicott
< .+' WANTEDi No- small .craft .or 'storm warnings -
Two-rooni trailer, good condition.
'. A" settled 'man for'local 'sales .$300 :cash. Tpwn hotel 805 I have been issued.Report

::'. 'w rk. If.you're interested and Sin1o1tQnt:,,' may20-3tx

: ; want to work towards' c a sueccssf -

;}:.y' ul .'.career' write
box 715 -in .own handwriting ..'large'.size with Bll-chrome ex- Observation taken at City Office I.
Including a recent photograph I seas/ Perfect"throughout.' '$225 ,8:30 AJJL, EST) ,

:: may93tPorter r i 'Read W 19 Eaton St. Temperature '. .
... may193txItect .1rt
.. . .* S.tttM tCatuta
1 k' : Highest yesterday / !*__ .85 :'SENATOR OLIN D. JOHNSTON tw

.,' : Permanent job. .'' Overseas : =: *" ?Frigi
Hotel, 917 Flemit gStreet.: .size. ,: $? ..0D91flr Southard St. Mean _- _' _.om _. ___ _'__ 80 begun and tU of hi .*..*.... Ie ..IwiwtW i1A. ..... AoNItf
mays 1-ti i.7 .1. r : Normal _.:. -_ _ _ ______ 80
.. .. ;. -. z .: . .' r ,:..'-. rnayl9-3tx. PrecipitationTotal of Staff for the ftM. tr .* 4M l.ea..Mieoa..ntion.

', WANTED s last:24 hours _... .00 ins. Ho f..r bowrot, .....*... .. w asiusMebXsosseoeI
.. lS. Total-thin month'_ ; : :88 1ns. else before tile roll all .... Ie eM Sssns_
this _. 1.33 ins.
. : wanted. Phone 3292. Light ;jbbusekeepfng rooms, $5-00 Tots Deficiency Ithis year month: 16.79 ins. 'tttlogatioa. Senator Jahnt..o te a .. ... .< .... ...*...

\ Weavers Stock Island. lo $)5.00.per -Wtek. 411 Wil Excess .this year 8.51 ins.Aelativ. Truman poup.YOUR.

..... mayl9-3U li -mtre'cl.v', ,: .i '_ .. may4-lmox. : : '.; ,. Humidity
- ; # at 80 AM. I
:t': :, Position available for 'saleslady. furnished :'ro6? nW' $6.25 single 1 '''- 75 ,f. I FAMILY CAN WHi

...,t j Must be typist and correspondent. $?.so JioubleV 62i i Grinnen SJ .,"--t'., ''Baom..rt
Collins, 505 Duval St. ... *,' niay20-3tx ( Level) 8:30 AM.
'- : ins. 1013.2 mbs. !
may205lxIndies 29.92 '
; ..
.OV' SEA9 HOTEL c Tomorrow" Almanac

". .' '; spare or full time, selling.: '.. -ei7-FJ In: Bg'Streer Sunrise ____ ._ 5:41' a.rril f.
&" ; $1.25 per hour. Write ,T.G, c/c .- 1 Weekly Rates, Sunset -_ -- 7:07 p.DMoonnse \. .

-* .:; : Citizen. ". ,may20-3t. 8.00 lo $10,00.Without.Bath ___ .:0;) P-m. 25,000.00 Is First Prize In I'epsi.Ce1

\: $ %. <-tor.lS.pO"with. Bath Moonset 5:14 a.m.' "Treasure Top" Sweepstakes and teRt.....

WANTED TO BUT '. I . maylO-U
I. TIDES -*,

Desire to purchase horn: Price
must reasonable.' Please ,FOR 7RZIU- APARTMENTS Tomorrow k.d you like to win
(Naval Base) $2 .OOO.OO cash He' your
write giving full detaiu te
t Miss C. Nichols. 123 .N. MoleStreet .hhWhW'partment". X zooms .Eastern Standard Time) chance! Pepai-CeIa'a..at,
"and"bat.hM.ia: 'nd janitor High Low
f Philadelphia'2. Pa. fptesU offer a tep Family
: ri't ee, .linens and -'utilitiesSummif 8:50 a.m. 2:18 a.m. ofNA
: ; maylO12141715216tTOR ; &epstakes Print of $2090.00 :'.-
4urti sk d; 10:25 3:48
.. rates.Cor. p.m pm. swell cash
; IloleL Apartmnt -among
: SALE USED CABS \ : " ,may.AppositePost'Office. 21-10t ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA pdz 9! Also State and National -

cash prize every
Reference Station: Key West
1933: Ford tudor sedan running Efficiency"apartments' utilities Tune oft| Height of month! Lot of chaftrm t1rfn -.

condition.. Cheap for quick' 'furnished Adul -only" Also StaUoaTide high water !' Enter this MMuuon' l '
-sale. . 105 Simonton Street 'sleeping. robmsr $10.00 to SI%.()( Bahia Honda hew series of Ppt -coIa con- ,

m yl93tXI double.. 'Stritz Hotel, 410 Flem- (bridgeob 10m 0.0 ftVor the ti, Enter often -ewry en

4 "iiig.Street.. f I' '. may7-tf Name Key *. eto' a Treasure! Certifcea. -
I International panel truck new (east end) _+2h 20m e' for the Famiy 8np s

'I rubber. good mechanical condi F i m1shed' "l2rofl0apartment Boca Chica stakes Prizes. Contests due 1Alr filet
tion. Phone 1042. .
rnay20-3t .Utilities = furnished. $69.00 (Sandy Point-Oh 40m June 30, IMS

monthly];.:pJ.lpe "only. Apply Caldes Channel .;
"' 1936 Packard. Good mechanical 915'Windsor.Lane.. maul 14f (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft V.. e. lau'4. d.etaaa vac t hirsrk.

f .' rendition. Call 1029-M. 524-B ..., ,. -.- "' oOo '. Look for Tmuwe ToftC t;lDISr '... ....
West Ppinciana. may213txMISCELLANEOUS New apartment,'.'enclosed . ..e asrtli.
':" porch. NonMinus . ,: Peba-Col bottle tof- with : .wt Pt a cpatltlt .

cal-frijefalion."WntiJ1'1 sign: Corrections .e.L..iwi/e.w..w..r..rsl...-.-..-.." -
,\if u$ hpt.water Jhon* 215. to be subtracted.

.j. 4' '" .. ...;, I- ., ___ !Da .15-U (;+)-Plus sign: Corrections to GET: ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR STeM e
Washers irons vacuums'and
be added. Sattlod by P p Cola ...*.. c. .. Kay .... I

-:- fans repaired. O'Briai.t, Phone Nov .'raedenr furnished* apart (h)-Hour. VUndcr appointment li":a IVpn-CitU C.. H Y
1164-M. raayl-tf ment-Couple only $-100 month. (m-Minute. .
phone'22.6: .".may21-4tx : ft Feet - - -
( )-
: guaranteed plumbing re-
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.r pairs. Free estimate. Cal I The Bearlieornkrac7011
F,r 7" nionths, or longer at sum
John 512 St.
.... Curry Margaret mer prices;.Key West-3 most .> '
Phone 781.
: mayl-tf
"beautiful apartments.. 2 bedrooms Temperatures .
,- tile bath all-electric ..
Swedish massage, 5 treatments 7:30 AJ4. E.S.T.
kitchen 'Near meiilJ. 1426 Vernon -
for $13.00. Phone 575 for appointment Ave.. .Cal1Apt. 3. z1
mayl76tFOR '. ; ; : ( P
may2J-2tx .
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Atlanta _.-. _ .._ 65 ; -
SALE ''s. 'TO A AGE Billings 56 / i

Birmingham , ,53 : C&JI 0' diTh.
Bungalow, small store building Red Brick'StOrage Q,.'Furniture Bismark ..._ . ,__,_:! 46 .

and lime grove on four nice or colnl\lercial.. Phone. 798. Boston _ .- "_ ,_ ___ ''__' 46 :
lots size 50 x 120' each in good '
maylltfREFRIGERATlbN Buffalo _ _ 52

section. This can be bought on Charleston ..-..-- .-___ ,__ 68 ., we .. ta..tua
terms. Johnson & John
.. easy ._. _..
son. Phone 372. mayl7-U Chicago 631_ If ........ .
Corpus Christi "'__"__
Holbrook Refrigeration Service Denver ._, _- _-_ _- .- 571: .... gas ....

For hours Sale-since Acronca overhaul.Trainer.ExCel-18-! domestic and commercial. Work Detroit -_ -- --- __,_. 58 .... .ra T a.sstl t u1 .
guaranteed. Free estimate on .
El Paso .. 69 -
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lent condition. 3411 Ave. "E". complete. overhaul Call 724-W Ft. Worth __.- .- __-_ 62 -
may5-6tx . : mayl9-6tx Galveston __ _U_ .. ? 72 _Ittirr :kid I.r

Jacksonville ____ 71 ? -.c slwd .sx 11EK
Plumbing supplies complete WANTCU TO RENT __ _ __ _
Kansas City 67
: stock. Plastic -. yew ........
tile paints and
KEY WEST .__ __ ._. 71
n brushes. Murray's Plumbing> :Nayy Clfieer with family desires Key West Airport .._ 71 a.t? ..;st ..
1532 N.W. 62nd 'T'---
Street. Miami. '. three bedroom, .unfurnished Los Angeles 45

Fla. Phone 73421. mayl-tf house. Willing to .sign long Louisville .. : ...:._ 64 -

term'lease.. Phone 790, Exten- Miami .. _.. 69>>
.m ----
One Gibbs power seaskiff. first sion 251 or write Box P-6. c/o I
> Minneapolis _ 60
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class condition. U-Drive-Boats. Citizen Office. mayl7-6tx Memphis 59'New ...
Garrison Bight. - - -
may21'xHibiscus. Orleans . _. ____. _u_ 68 .

I Furnishedhouse.. Naval officer. New York .:._ -- ,.._ 52j
poinsettav stephanotis bougainyilleas poincianas- 1 wife and one child.. Phone 790. Norfolk mm _. ___ 53;!

palms coleus sultanas cactus extension 320. may21-3tx Oklahoma City _, .60;

Omaha .. _. 62 .
fran apani pothos. -------- - '
Crotons.; 25c un. lOOi'Southard Special: FOR. RENT Pensacola _, : :_ 711 I \

St. Phone 1049-J. may21-ltjt I I Roanoke .. .. _.. _. 66
Lovely three-bedroom hooJe with St. Louis _ 63
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Lot. Reasonable. 1119 Georgia St. large garden for adult family San Antonio _u 65 \

may213txOne II only. -To. January first $100 San Francisco ... _-, _ 50

I monthly.- Telephone 1021-J; Seattle ____ _m __ _-. SOJ I 1 "
heavy-duty Singer sewing may9-3tx Tallahassee -- u u_ 66! "

machine. 615 Fleming Street. Tampa u.. ___ 72 J . JI

Friday only. may21-ltx! Two-bedroom conveniences private all home.electric modern ; Washington .. -__ 61 .

hot water.. $125.00 month. I
Nine-inch electric fan 48.50. Doherty per Five of the world'slargest :
No pets; Write Box W& c/o
& Co. 846 Olivia corner !I passenger liners will be turned
Packer. Call 1597. mayl8-tf}I Citizen. may::O-21 I out of English shipyards before '

I the end of 1948. II
; Store to let 33x O. At 213 Simon-
5 lots on Flagler avenue between] :
j ton-St CaD H. Altman Phone
1st and 2nd Sts. Reasonable I I 682. may 2l-tf LOST Ii 1
price. P.O. Box 926 or Telephone -t
548. One blue and one Persian brown I
;| tost I bathroom set. Complete new.I!, -H"'OT.. I., .,

end gospel tent 50 x 80;I' Merrill E. Roberts. Plumbing i
Billfold. Keep but return
fireproof steel-clad used only I'I billfold and money papers. Frank A. I Contractor. No. 5 Havana St.. )! _
I Phone 1452. After 6 call
three weeks. Inquire Cosmo- Wheeler. 631 Southard St Telephone p.m. ;;
politan Grill or Colonial Inn. 642-M mayl9-6U
Rev. Suva. may203txFiverroom .I 504-W may 21-3tx I I

Box with 20 cartridges. Finder i tSTRONG
bungalow. 20 x 30,
return to 915 North Beach and I
Ccjmplctely furnished like home receive $1.00 reward. TRIUMPH

with fireplace in rear. Only I may 21-::tr COFFEE JI-WEI.HS I ""UM1''':''
200-foot from waterfront. Must. ;

sell. Biggest bargain of the Cabin boats 33' long 9' wide. Ma- MILLat TEUPHONC Ml

year. $3500.00. See Jim Ccr- rine engine 3051 Scidcnberg lIe Dun
ruti at Palmvilla Big Pine Key. A\-enue'Ph. ie ,397-M.. I All GrocersBBBBBBBKaBB hC.! w.... Fb..e
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1 1I 1J 1i A"JkatiH .f yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyy ,yyy yy y. 'WILL YOUSMILE? * t : "JEWISH IMMIGRANTS REACH THE PROMISED LAND . .
BrilisIi'Fighliiig ;
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;. !rM1; Available Many of Today's' H ea fflihes-- uitiii't: Wait:..": ,:::,: *. -, u 'Black' Gasoline

For Graduates Are '-. '< To Find Out LONDON-AP- .......

I 100 Years Old' i Q + t ment has proposed draaftar teete;

Tfce. first cwUese-available A ventriloquist attended a negro penalties to dNa up .......
t ape iAs && &&&&&&&&&&&&& &&& &&&& & A& it& A &l&1 funeral- ''unknown to the'.. thriving "black petrel"They ..... _
t f ftlkaats list may be obtained' mourners. Afterwards one of include line stotsI.S. lilt

1 1a UlfMSh the Key West office of them told another what had to $(.000 plus two years ira0dsr-

tl. Florida State employment 5I ) happened at the cemetery. hint for motorist 1f; f I
nrire.. Jeff II. Knight Jr. man- "You won't believe it. ,.Moss," 11v dealers caught diverting ..-'.

1 'Iff of the local office announc- the narrator said still wild-eyed cial fuel to private... TIle.. > .
< ad today. "but when dcy begins to lowah cr of a car could be barred mm'

I Cuptoyen now have the Joe in his grave he says, 'Lem- the roads for a )"ear. IfhraataVthe
op. -Tf l+ < I II down ." I car after tfee offtme t. evaM
Mutually .! obtaining wtU quail* me easy, boys' I '
I be assessed hall its vafec A dealer .
t "And did dey finish burying Y
tw4 employee they have been lf7 x? It ,: _
could be out of bMMfee
: put
> *e&as through the special him"Man t
placement service which.has beenIUagvrated Ah don't" know.. Ahdidn't .II __ ti.I for one year.
I' I h10 ' The proposed new law to Rut
x .
dewt. who are for asking graduating work atu-In V!r IJ. stay"TODAY.. , .. .a ,I- '0( a government plan. ta af... a
pleasure driving ga/j ilinc' wtiea
!' IN HISTORYKnow June 1. After that dt mltM..
i 8rctt.applicatioa form wereplaaned
for 1M graduating stu- ( America)- II I ists will get enoueh! to .mAl.
miles a month. Since tod CM*** .
deals and local office managers.wberf 4I 1832-First so-called Democratic -
her they have received _ne .
rollefc* were located National Convention open .
mat*arrangement for obtaining in Baltimore and nominates I f .
appropriate. data I I I Andrew Jackson for President. 1
A mmarjr of the qualifica-l _1881-The American Red Cross SNAKES

this of each applicant including I almost wholly,the work of Clara (AP via DENVER.- (CAP-G.. .....
Wirephoto Radio i from London
M 4 see veteran cutut degree I 'f_r .. Barton, founded- in Washington, ) wood Denver High School teaefc- ,
MML rrac. grade and previous I D. C. HELPING HANDS AID'JEWISH IMMIGRANTS ASHORE from barge tender at Haifa IsraeL This. er and snake fancier, ..... M

,1'II' t.rk emprrteoee has been com-! 1888-The Department of Agriculture group of 300 from Genoa. Italy is the first to reach Israel since the creation of the new Jewoh. the widespread belief that laMfc

, piM. Into a booklet by the eratnl -1 made an. executive de ,state. Traveling under British visas, they arrived on the S.S. Argentina as the state of Israel snakes are not found above certain :
I. offk for dutributionthraugboeat partment. '
19t2 C me into being. They promptly received: entry permits from the new government.. '_. altitudes believed hgr .some
the state. Any em- 1 -U. S. Marines stop an to be 6.000 feet and by other to'
k obtain list 8hour'revolution Nicaragua. : _. !. I .
:rav )er may a of the in ---------- --- be 8.000 feet.

Z.r 'RWastes vceklng work in his, 1927-Charles A. Lindbergh "Mi: FOUNDING OF ISRAEL PROCLAIMED ,1 1 iiintffliiiniiiiiiii'iiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii'uininnfni! > > I l He cites his discovery of a
bustatsa by railing telephone1and lands 'outside Pans, completing rattlesnake den in a reeky ....
i 411 asking for it. ephocal 3610mile.solo flight .
aumbrr '-' N.C.CS. vice 9,000 feet above sea R4
e Mr Knight said many of to..J' *I across Atlantic in '33. 1-2 hours. t ; : '- t ti on the western slope of the,
i "
;.). graduates are veteran who 1937-Russian airmen set upa s I' 1021 Duval Street Rockies northern Colorado.

Nrtf had valuable work expert* camp at the North Pole. .. DEFENSE FO s.J j believe that ratlcsnake en lire

faMe both civilian and military, J 940-Germans reach the Eng s higher altitude, .* .
1' PROGRAM .: at even */ ,
..44Hbm, In their colJege train. : ,; : lish 'Channel coast at Abbeville 9 ; 4 where, in fact where there k:>

tea and therefore are the highest cutting off British-Belgian forces I 1 1I1IlImIDUmIlDll idllll WUlli I deep crevice with a south exposure -

I type of young applicant available DASHED HEADS in Vienna in 1848 s'puked'ioe' still'i from the coast. .'1 FRIDAY f where the snow doeaat

.In Waya lAbor market. rampant in Europe a.century: later. ',. . 1941-American freighter g..OO'A..t.. 5X0: .,PiC=Sewing'.collect' Heywood conclude
"nobin'.Moo sunk sub the
by in
Tb pplktioiM are orsanUrdbt - f '1 Machine Typewnterv ,Writing .
(roup* fahlitatlac' the lora ...,: South Atlantic. ., S j Room Showers: ..' 7
UM" ft needed\rpe*of employees. II ,SHERRY BOWEN .::,,' 1942-Several thousand American 4 SATURDAY' Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good
r ) :
J | rlu4M .In the groups are: RusifM > ; .soldiers arrive at Gibraltar..
AOmlabtraUon and Law; AP Newsfeatmes Writer ., : -1944-American planes range 1.00-:. P.M. 6OQ..P.M.PlSnic.: STAR BRAND .
sign uo'm.advance .
Fishing )
if tUuralion; RecrratkNi and Social MANY ol today's! headlines would have seemed( .familiar i to over Germany. Heavy fighting in.. SUNDAY. I r ,'-, AMERICAN COFFEE ,
Work Literary and Art Work. Italy. .
Qetkal) and Sales: Mechanical readers 100 years ago. . : .".:",, .' '1945-On Okinawa Sugar Loaf 1C.30; AM. 11:30: AJtL' Com- and CUBAN
.Work: .lad Sc1enllfic4d'4n5 .: : .t; : Hill,.won and lost 11 times againin. j I i it munion fSreakf&tt. White Try A Pound Today-
*". > Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base
Here .
thew arc samples ': vi t.. American hands. '
: applicants are ar .. ... .. : : (2nd Sunday).,. : ----- -
efeJntaaU.' stenographers law. -: '. : :<.rf .... Anthracite workers, on strike
1:00 P.M. 7:00
>.., 'psu ..... chemists taboraarr Pop Pius Deplores War..Asks Liberal .Policy,:' .- ": ...:"':.:.". :. ':. since May 1, go back to wprk. ( in advance; OmCE ,
..... .' .1946-Government seizes country's Trip sign up );
| a..Wanta, art. Junior ex- Germans Seek United Nation. ) J.;: !,J Information Roberts
services housing
,.vtt\a and many other occupstlrtts. French Elections Watched.. '_. .?..--.Y b.. .', .:': soft coal mines. city .. SUPKUBS \

Marxism Called Menace. ....,>..:-r : 't::. -'*i?*:.:I":, 1947! The ICC. grants fare Religious maps. literature, library 12$ Duval Street Phone Xtt #!
:. luttheir t to 60 railroads in the
XalgM urged employers to -.* "
Russian) Troops Occupy Hungary *:,Sg:* '.. S.- : <::, East j![ telephones stamps, wrapping #nd VISIT OUR
)vb npain with the' nor ;: .:' ,*** i pr 'I.L .
Czech Indpendence Hopes Crushed. "" ,: ::.' .L mailing packages railway ,express I
Ida StMe Employment Service . '
U. S. ">* : - v *. service, laundry .pick- :GREETINGDEPARTMENT CARD
Occupation Moved. 1948 up-
at.4 ask. far these lute of avail. Troops :. :,. .. THURSDAY. MAY: 20.
Leaders Sent to Prison Camps. *. : -' i available to all defense forces
able raduatinc students. (Know America) : #
. | and their families.
Population Weakened by Hunger.. -. :.**;: I
. t ; 150G-Died-aged about ?58, .' MRS. E.. S. JCOUGHLIN
P.rsons-S .. "* I, *
Displaced ek Homes. < I Vs _,
4 .. in Spain, in poverty and neglefG c 1 ..... Executive Secretary. GRADUATION CARDS
.. I"
Jrlm,'. Doingat .' >. 1- Christopher Columbus. i MISS HILDA CASTILLO.: Graduation: Gift locludiaf. Il I

I The year of revolution. 1848. saw riots in the streets throughout ... 1775-'The- historic M !cken- (AP Wirephoto via Radio from London) I 1 _.... 8eftre1 .. Popular Eaton Stationery
tin Europe. It saw new ideas born and new hopes'crushed.Pope burg Declaration of 'IndePen- tarjr.a
1lp. .. ARMED SERVICES:: Pius of that year was the ninth of that atone:' He dence.antcdating one' of July '4t PRIME MINISTER DAVID BEN GURION (left) signs the document I.............. . *

stirred fear among fangs and those who backed them by'making : by the citizens Mecklenburg It Tel Aviv; proclaiming the founding of the new Jewish 1 \
Y.M.c.A. .,. .. 'Y: state of IsraeL At is .Minister Moshe Shertok. I
votes mean something in the papal states. He setup"a parliament :- County;*N:'C. j right Foreign -BICYCLESRepaired -
a Jackass. Sgasrer Wkltokaadaad freed political prisoners froni the jails;:.set_up.u'.free l 1816-Town meeting in Maine, The'JDap' in center was not! identified. The proclamation wassigned' I
I ftawiaard Struts When the : then part of Massachusetts, vote immediately after Great Britain surrendered her 31- Let Us Help You '
Count and
press. pope's agent. Pelligrino: ss ;; was RentedAlso
I in favor of
j. I killed by anarchists. Nov.;. 15 1848. he had plans,f forlqven seperation. year-old mandate over Palestine.
more 1 1J
S reforms. *. .( 1904-The entire Atlantic _ .__ .in StockNEWBICYCLESTRICYCLES;
; Plan
k Friday -* squadron ordered to Tangier; oh V Your FloorsFree
'tl. I-BrWgc. Pinochle and --.. .." account of the Kidnaping of Pedl- J WILL YOU SMILE?
Movies. But Pius IX would not go along when urged to.make.warp caris, an American citizen, ; b}' doo t 'D.O Jhgt WAGONS SCOOTERS Estimates Given
7"I Saturday on Austria to back hopes for a unified Italy. And when Joseph. Arabs. :' .Asphalt Tile

...gibs p. M.Movies.i Mazzini. Joseph Ganbaldt and their "Young Italy troopsrot 1916-Air flight from Newport; Necessary Item"Now arid SKATESOverseas I I Rubber THe

*;U P. U Second Show tea- up shop in Rome even the pope was. alarmed. He 'fled' in* News Va., to New York in '4 !' Cycle Store .Cork THe
,t tore announced at the Club. disguise. hours a record to date. ," said the man who was I I Plastic Floor Tile !
Stay 1926-Chewing gum bannedfor [ 920 Division St. Phone 1318 Plastic Wall THe
the bills, "can tell
i I 4J A. M -Jsva Club discusy t 15 years again premitted sold paying you me ...............:...*..... ..BreadliLtsCspeUo
y lion Group. The German drive for unity got well started.- "'With'the nd on U. S. warships. what this pantry room is for?" i I Wool Rug'

4 11:00: A. U.-"Go to CHURCH of! King Frederick William IV of Prussia a parliament It 1927-Charles A. Lindburgh, "That will be a chart room nota I 1 i Acoustic Ceiling

'*. 1'artlw.'LGO ." I might have united Germany but the king in fear.of new'demo an unknown air mail pilot leaves I pantry," explained the archi Electrical AppliancesNesco t Hardwood flooring
0I 0 t- P. -CUskal Hour **.. cratic ideas. turned down a crown based on limited:powers. New York flying solo in try to I j tect. "As long as your wife p : Fonnisa for Sinks

lectloa announced. The king was a kind man. who called a halt to troop moves win $25.000 prize for first non- I wants the complete electric kitchen ElectricROASTER Counters Table

" r 'f-OO P. Fellowship) Hour on against men at the street barricades and thereby..lost'control stop flight to Europe.1932Amelia we have to put a chart room . $<13.93 Floor Sanding sad
f the ,..tlo. Community SingInt. Earhart leaves next'to it, so she can refer to it IMOd Refinishings
of the city. But in those days a king was a king and the thought Automatic Toasters-
Ie feature Moreno at the Newfoundland and lands in Ire- .when wanting to push the right
l'&ano. that a vote might limit his power was a new and fearful thing land 13 hours later-first of her lever'or turn the right switch for $18.95 and $22.00 floors & %1

for him.
II00 P. Mv-Coffee Hour.Camera sex to fly the Atlantic roasting, toasting, defrosting, v-I ; r e Motorola Home and Car

f Club meeU each 1939-First American air mail grilling, canning boiling, doing _ RADIOSTROPICAL L. CATES
All Europe watched France. The revolt moves started hi' J.
Thursday at IGO; P. U. flown across the Atlantic by Yan- dishes and so on.
f U. & O. meeting (Girl Service Paris early in the year. King Louis Philippe fled. The French kee Clipper plane. er TRADER Flooring Contractor

Organization). every 2nd gained the right to vote which they still have. But "change 1941-Office of Civilian De- HE CANNOT TELL A LIE 718 Duval St. Phone 1000 I I I 1434 VIRGINIA STRUT:
and 4lh Monday. back to old ways was well started by the end of,the year. Louis fense, with Fiorello La Guardiaas PHONE IStt
Chinese Checker OAMA, Neb.-(AP).-A lie detector of -.
Game Room Napoleon got 5. 00.003 votes of 7,500.000 in the election Nov. head set up.1943United ? r.
card. pine-pone pool States surrenderof which wasn't even used _. .- ..
chess, -- -
IS. IMS. The mere idea of a vote for all brought: Fe.talk +
writing desk, I library currenttntgraae from leading thinkers. But the votes for Napoleon showedthe extra-territorial. '.rights in Chi-. was .credited with helping solve i .dI01100100fIA001011119001IA01AO11AU01A10011> AAIOIBjl lllllUlllmuUl
varlou table came. effect a .burglary case. Deputy Sheriff '
*. na in
1f French were on'their j way back to the king Idea,, It leisnot r
etc 1945-On Okinawa, American Lou idler and Highway Patrol
Shower tennis racket, golf long before Napoleon'set, up as emperor. troops make slow gains against Sergeant Jack Knudtson took the I I.

club fishing. horn cameras.therkinf heavy Jap resistance. detector along when they went to .
aervlce. film *ervk Fears of the vote werenot eased by Karl Marx. His om- 1946-Plane crashes into New the'county jail to question a sus .
taailinf and wrapping package. munist Manifesto" was issued early in 1848. Many the York City skyscraPer. IK'ct..1he: man took one look at WEAR A HOUSEDRfSS I" .

mlvin: tnesMfes. t pbone booths things he asked for have since been made law in wide areas. 1847:-U. S. Senate approvec the detector and started talking impractical as well as sloppyto I,. .

tamp, railway. express service But they were fought bitterly at that time. Chief among those bill for a GovernmentfinancedNational !f wear a negligee while/

,a aiUbl to SERVICE PERSON- who fought them was Russia. She backed authoritarian kings Science Foundation. Subscribe to The Citizen. cleaning. house or cooking._ I I I- rr
-- -- ----
NCI wherever she found them. Today Russia hails Marx but her .
I Leelgb! Davis& Dlrector.Gerald Dlmtor. plan is called "authoritarianism." EXPLOSION AND FIRE IN TAR PLANT KILLS TEN .
/ When in 1848 trouble in Hungary got out of hand. Russian. .

BeerlBuchanan-Secretary, troops moved to take over the country in 1849. II.- .

t i Doreen Cnu Information The Czech hopes for f free rule were crushed in June 1 1848 e Pw .

Desk Akde.RtHHLK when Austrian troops shelled Prague.It .

1 .. .

i 1i : FOR was Iho United States which took vast lands in war. I. j

i Her occupation troops did not leave Mexico until June., 1148. I.I. r
r t. IIKHL1NMKRUN. : Eint: ,'E5: It was England which had Irish revolt leaders sent to prison t 1 I. ref n i

.- IAP> -- l crlin-Ta.furrourvkU ,. colonies. i' c ,at I.I I-
by the ruiN wf a .Wt

war, are digging Into their rubble Irish moves had more;behind them than the Ta -hopes .

f.ir tMt, rlal. for crate markers. that stirred most of the rest of Europe. Hunger had hold of.the. II. ',a. ri

)leeer,tty' the ril)"'. parks and country. The great famine of 1846 had left.gaunt wrecks among .

etfuetarie, ........ issued an order the people. Most were still hungry in 1848. . I ,

that ..*UI grave maikers would The Irish "revolt" was even less successful than were thosein I.

fietvreforlh b pmhiNted because I other parts ol Europe flat her "displaced" people turned to I : .
it wa a choice t* "ruokinc pots quarter million left 1848. Andthe flow '
the United States. A in :
** c:1- FOR HOME
c>r ilonuuient Crate marker maker prutcstH d I across the sea kept on for years. . -ra" ; : or .

with the cemrtary l"...rd.U .I t !
and met America. Swedes went to the mid :
.e wwwd and ..Iunt't..v. wcie I Others also turned to : COMMERCIAL USE
this Swedes and Americans will t' ,
set west in 1848. In June of year.
told. *and as far a* pubic : I .

yt...r materials out of the nibble i join to honor those pioneers. : We Are Prepared To Furnish Ynu 'Ir'afh .

These ahuuld be cheaper
than plies. marker made of scarce i I The "workers" to whom Marx spoke in his "Manifesto". Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE r

,.waaSs.nd you ran rue your Ima- were beaten in 1848. The United States took slight part in their .

ginatkm In fashioning them. I moves except to give first recognition to the temporary'French Inc.

Republic. But U. S. democracy was the ideal of many men of : Thompson Enterprises, :
Therehas been very' stow rejomery i 1848 who fought authoritarianism. .

of Philippine abaca (Mar Today some of the debates on the European:= Recovery: : Program tAP Wirephotoi I (ICE DIVISION)

ails hemp) production due to the 1 have stressed the idea that America this time. will seek FIREMEN BATTLE,FLAMES raging in the Koppers Company Tar and Chemical division plantat PHONE NO. t KEY WEST. FLA. : I

more mere damage done to the I t to be more active this time it will fight the authoritarianism of Kearny N. J" after an explosion that killed at least 10 persons. Nine bodies were taken from I..

oUnlatkM than was first re-:I Communism. I the ruins and a tenth victim died in a hospitaL ummmmmlInmrnmllllflflHHlfH""lmllllllll! r.r.tHH1lftIHIfIIRIII: 1iIf
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i Elks Club DE'vxf; : Club;: REFEREE KNOCKED"01r'F IN FIGHT -.I VFWAuxiliary, i!! Local'40 and-8 -::-": 'T Auxiliaryf'Hospital" : f Of \: : ,,; l; :WILL YOU SJI.'IJl1' it i-' j jt

) Party In Ward.At. \ } Goes, To Orlando ] Bingo,' t Turnabbirt-

Veterans; Win Over. SubRon 41 1 1I I Naval HospitalV.F.W. The. state' convention. of the 40 t I Party Tonight t ..oe. ,.;. ta1A: .. r ilsf
; .
. \ and 8, fun and honor organization : : to Me wbe4 ...... oursw..r
..... .1 I Post -3911 Auxiliaryheld of the American- Legion ,; Tonight's bingo games to be aak.4 Ma / M& tll sls.
Pitcher its bi-monthly party inward will be held Orlando on Sat- given in the Catholic Youth Can "Oh, pre, rpiar t4E. ww.,-
Curry Breaks His Leg! B Naval Hospital at 7 last urday' ,and Sunday. ter bY the Woman's. Auxiliary of" neti Mr.rkrtbea trp..... "y .... be.so .
r I If night. The patients were entertained The following will represent the Municipal Hospital promise wadi t.esEM r rte.1 _

:'$( LEWIS TAKES CUR- t by a hill-billy band followed i Venture Locale <18U.. J. Delga-) aria evening of lively competition MW Hwlrtturrh rte 11
by light refreshments. do. Grand Chef de Train; George and fun. ; to let th* s... -.
Refreshments were also servedto A.: Warren. George W. Sikes, Besides! those planned .rig in- He whet 8M w.....r
J\'s Bob '
Sports. ward D. The next party will Vance C. Stirrup and Robert ally additional prizes of homemade

)ws ONLY THREEIITS be held in ward D on Thursday Daniels. ( cakes and cookies and a Pat9. wire sal saw M fN.s.ss ..
r.- Meet\ .Adams June 3. J These men will leave this evening -.. large basket of groceries will be ...._. 4 bnr ...
REST OF GAME to attend .the Installation awarded to winner*. Dunn the sad. sN.
: JI Post officers of North Miami. even nw. coverall game will be ....... wS heapp lit ..

It7yu Club won over the tfX-1, :* Dairy:Jxmlglit f" II I Pennies By PoundMEMPHIS. Beach Post 2571. American Le- played for special pnzec. i po_. eat a ... 1
which will be under the direction .
gion ,
Flyers' last night at ;3ayview I l ; Prizes were purchased by Mr*. 5re41IMb ais.1 Inhoatiital
Tenn. WhenMrs. of Vance C. StirrupDistrict. -
Park'after their pitcher Otis Cur 1CantoIIMen. Shop wit:}appose Nellie Hazier, of Coll.ers- Commander and then proceed Dan .Navarro. and, Mrs. Bernie --, -

ry,lJt. suffered a broken kIntheplnd j r the Naval Hospital iin i a Class.f'B" L } yule Tenn. celebrated her 87th on to Orlando. > . . . .11a G . .. d p'h
I a .

rif nxWars- same won over Veterans the Subron of For-1 I scheduled penet"Qfh1t.for Bayview ofiball .twip Park" bill tonight I II II I sixteen birthday presented recentlv.her her with familY'a pen-of IT1LLOlTsMjLE. ?- |: Eastern Auto & Home Supply h inc.

!: 4 bra 10 to 3 score. I I I beginning at 7.15 1ock. I'I I ny* As per a year result:-in Mrs.an unusual Hozier way.has His Choice j :

twg the first game. Elks scored In the nightcap. Adams Dairy pennies by the yard (stack' to a* Formerly Paa-Amcricaa Tire Company
in the first frame while 3n.: Bob's Sport Shop, Class "A"] tape), a tree with penny' leave:: Visitor "You don'i roan" to .
the.hyena scored five. ,leader, will tangle. Hancock will and a corsage and, Hawaiian lei tell"'me" that you have I lived in : 11011103 Division Street FHHMtill! .
IJEthe second Curry first batter made of this out-of-the-way place for
I 111 oppose Sue Griffen on the mound! pennies. e .
the inning broke his "
leg 'm this battle.Miami She also has pennies in a pig over 30 years? |
when he tripped over first base in horn of Inhabitant:' "I have"
aAP gy-bank a- plenty in. :
lrpttoto o) j
ai4 had to be earned to the hospital. ,'1- i

a-sack.in a purse and around the :Visitor "But really I can- USER fl4jkflZR1tR
.' Joe Lewis took his place REFEREE JOEY WALKER is floored after the final bU ,in t what
not find to
I : Eagles bulbs, cf a pot plant see you keep: t tI.
and.allowed three hits and; on attempt, to halt overtime exchange of blows between Laurie I you busy"Inhabitant i|l. I
: runs the rest of the game. I I Euxtoa (right). of England and. Mike de Cosmo of Elizabeth. I Capetown, .South ,Africa, was : "Neither can :Ithat's -I. Automobiles AutuIHoIrts'U
( A 'bat. Anguira and Rod:refuel 'i; To Play Only N. J. in,their'.fight,at Newark, It'was the only.J knockdovr of f founded by the .Dutch in 1652. why I like it!" IIt .
t : : _
each hit two safely for the :. _ ...:....._ 1 1i f the $0
the fight which Buxton won. Just who floored: ,the referee Par Only .
Elkt.-EfcteI and Byron each hit 1 Game Here I HIS WIFE CALLED RUSSIAN AGENT I Regular TJlAH1JfI
twoTfor the VX-1 boys.# I I: remained e mystery., Established Price ........
In-the field Cussons and Da-' I -- ., ..:- --- 1 I
maths were the ben for the los- Another,change in the baseball : I 1-: COIllpInti' See These ,:anti :

ersSolomon. Rodreguez and In- "doubleheader slated ,for Sunday [INIMANSIIEFEAT RED SOX! _e_
graham for the win-Hfs.' In- ;;'at,Municipal Stadium has been i. .
graham: pulled an unassisted announced. Miami Eagles scheduled : :. :. KAISER-FRAZER
double play. ,at first to come.here for a rY 11:: :
j Elks Score: 220 -030 8-15 R, H.7 E.5 twin:one game.bill.that, .day,:will play only ,: -TRAINED MECHANIC ON DUTYHe :

VXM 500 000 05 8 7 In the'opener at 1:30: p.iru, the Is Also THOROUGHLY TRAINED and EXPEftMtfCC
I tt
bury. Lewis and llenriquez J S McDermott, Boston'Pitrhrr ,
; Key West Pirates will tangle with I in Working On AH Make .f Can .
Byron and Damanis. .the Key West Clowns. Clowns '' I .., .
Iome run: Ciraons; stolen bas- arc also set to take'on the Eagles >,. Give! Eighteen Island Baseball -
-Angueira 2. Pazo; struck out: I AUTO PARTS and ACCESSORIES
in the nightcap Iii. :
by' Lewi* 4. by Byron 4; bases on I Bases On Balls., Near ,
balk: off Lewis 2. off Curry 1. off 1" in"Red"this city Dean; will ace probably Npro pitcher oppose I League To Pla I II ; O Dayton TIRES and TUBES Exidi-.\TfRRI + .

Byron 8: time of game: 1.30; umpires 'Pancho' Sahnero,or Gabe Lastres I Record I I:' RADIOS, Cabinet and TaLl lr MmW .

: Villa real and' I>L 'Tynes. ; ,'on; the mound for_ the Clowns j ,(ar A_..... Press) 2 Games Sunday I. APEX Washers! and \nruiww ((3e.i.rra.
scorer: Aguilar. I I,against the Pirates in, the curtain NEW YORK May 21-The I I i .
: InTthe second game, Vets won raiser. McIntosh will accept a I. O ELECTRIC Fan and KITCHEN W.. .

1 over* the Subron .4 easily. i j t Dean's losses and Joe Navarro I Cleveland Indians keep on climb- The IslandCity Baseball r U'. a . a . . . . . U . . . M
Veteran Porter started for the ,will backstop for the Bucs. ing in the American League last League will open with a doubleheader s ;. .f t -
Sub. boys and pitcfled! to six Rest of Pirates lineup will night at the expense of the Boston at the Army Barracks, j i '
i,, 'the = ''V BELDNER'S ii
men. lie "walked three. Combinedwith Sunday. 1:30 P. M. Sub-run 4, ;
be composed Julius Villareal Red Sox whom they ,defeated I
hit and couple of errors. i Adams Dairy. Ramblers and San J I
a a I
at first, Juanie Navarro at sec 13 to 4. Harris and M-Der-
Porter was sent to the showers! Carlos are the te ms that'wiU >
ONeil took over. I I r ond Jim Albury at short. mott Boston pitchers.,gave up 18 compete in the league. .P
At, bet Bailey hit one and ,I do. Acevedo .at third Annan-I bases on balls which tied an J. Zorsky<<:! was reelected Presi- l .>.'
and Claude American record.
Baker League
ONcil one in two times at bat.',' will be St.. Lotus Browns to life I I dent and Good. Secretary. Chambrays
'in the outfield. Arango came CAP Wlrephoto)
Sabplh hit two in three to lead. I Mayor A. Maitland Adams will r -
.. with last for they
a bang night
reserve. first ball the Island TECH. SGT. JOHN .
the flutters.Iq toss the starting f: ,BICONISH (right) U. S. soldier stationed.
for the the Sena-
the field. Mason had liver Thomas will pitch defeated Washington City Baseball ,League. Fort Riley' Cas.. has identified the at left that of Created
} ., i Clowns against the Eagles in the 'tors by a score of 17 to 7. I II ', tat picture as with an artist'sor eye
utt/and four cists.Stenger I II i I i In the first game,San Carlos .his wife. 'Mrs. Gahna Dunaera Biconish. The U. S. State Department
had five outs to Jead :i nightcap. Thomas. is a member : There were no night games in will play Sub-run 4. Joe (House) I' '
I r i has described her as .n experienced Russian the
( of the U.S.S Noa.Navyl the National League. : agent summer scene.
the .
1 I I of crew I
the Cub! the field. Valdez I Casa, veteran pitcher, will ',
boys in
berthed here. He i With Joe DiMaggio .enjoying CcruPYI ''Sgt.. Biconish said be did not know .sh. was a spy and has
Mf'om'lIInd Batton had a fine day : the mound 1or.an rt *. .
: batters and:a field day and the New York ; : ,1 started separation proceedings.
: struck, t1tJl( $ recently
in l6tnei i fot the winners. claims that during his <25 years I'
Yankees routed the Chicago ---- --- .-. .
Score: a.-H. F.] also won over.the; civilians pitching stretch, er bas he felt ---r L .i ..
.allowing at.the'l" I White Sox. 13-2. DiMaggio got new
Yard only )
347 ,Navy .
010 020 - -
SubRon 4 ;i'l better cO jtionand: ,:will give 1 rl tv
10 6 2,. that being garnered by Philip five hits out of six, including two '' ., .
VFW5512 llx- i doubleand'sin4 his much younger rivals very I V" . !!
homers a ,
Porter O'Neil and TemPle; Baker. ]II ;
tough competition. 'j
lUrril and Fallen, |,: gle. Detroit defeated the rapidly 42. The second game will be be- "

Two-bane: hit Bailey; three-,, Big5 i Boost For'American 11 11i The fading Athletics Philadelphia fell Athletics near third tween Adams Dairy and Ram- : ; ; ([ :
bases I tj/isr! ,
ha 4,bit Martens; stolen) : place.In blers. Th.j game -will be hotly Sf "

&tfnn: sacrifice hit: Bailey; the National League the St. contested, because themanagers !;t/j.v.." v
struck out by O'Neil 1; bases on Legion I InOsTON' Louis Cardinals defeatedthe will not announce batteries until I ", "
balls: off Porter 33. off O'Neil 5, Brooklyn Dodgers yesterday the starting of the game r./ zc

off Harris 2: time of game; 1.20; .- umpires: Tynes ad Villareal; scorer Junior Pittsburgh Pirates mothered the Charlie Albury.I

: Aguilar. can Legion's,21 old, got pro big I Boston Braves. 13-0 the Cincinnati I,
gram now years a. ,
boC3t in the opening game this Reds ,beat while the the New Chicago York How They StandFloridaInternational rJ U tea Ot (jjay-\ r k
Home-Grown season between Philadelphia and Giants. 3-1.
Boston Fifteen of the eighteen I Cubs rapped the Philadelphia .
I players who started the contest Phillies. 5-3. -' E

Players ForDetroit were graduates of Legion play. .I AMERICAN LEAGUE I+ Club-Baseball League W. L.. Pct I i GIVE

I'Legion The entire ball Red experience Sox infield and had I'i Night Game R. H E. Havana _n 29 14 .674
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I Tigers : three"of them-Stan Spence Vern !Cleveland 13 8 0 Tampa 2517 .595 BULOVAAuthorized
n Miami 24 21 .533
!I Stephens and Bobby Doerr-hit the tilt .I I Boston ,_ -' __ _ 482 Lakeland ,_ 22 21 .512 1I \ /
AP'l'be Detroit homers during
DETROIT--( successive i Lemon and; Hegan; Harris, Mc- St Petersburg 22 21 312 I 1
Tic ra. this set on are offering I. and Tebbetts.
| Dermott
Miami Beach 21 21 .500 \
nine" players who were either I
buri(:in Detroit or lower Michigan Recreation I I Night-Game I West Palm Beach _16 24 .400 \
their boyhood City I Fort Lauderdale 12 32, .23 /
or who spent I R. II. E : \

theist And aU nine got their I St.. Louis h___ - 17 1R 1 I II ,
Start on Detroit sandlots. Program Washington - h_ ______- 7 12 2 Major Baseball Leagues
rttrners Ted' Gray; Art Hout- I Candini Penctti_ GarWynn -
Bill I I
teman.; Hal Newhouser. and and Early CLAIRE 'd "
Pierre all are native Detroiters. I cia I ClubW.L. ret.i .
: SOFTBALL i Cleveland _ _ 16 6 .727 ieS
hilT' Frank Overmire comes R. H. E.' u u n f 55 oo .,
fronf Moline Mich. Shortstop I I Bay-view Park. Night Philadelphia "uu_ _" 16 9 .640 t A tts
I New York ._ 13 22 0 I 3
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Connie Berry was born in Klatnazoo -;, TONIGHT Chicago ___ n _ ..2 7 1 New York 'n -- IS !9) .625 lt 1 j
and Shol topper Johnny i I 'I Detroit - 14 14 .500 sI 1 Mr
Raschi and Berra; Bradley.
Men's j
1:15-Kantor Shop vs. >
11 14 .440
from Boston
moved' to Detroit
Lipon -
Ohio as a lad. Johnny Mcllale, I Naval Hospital. I I!Harris.Robinson.Caklwell( Pearson and II III I I Washington 11 14 .440 1 HIS EXCELLINCY /+ !/Io tr
9OO-Bob.s Sport Shop vs. '
rt"!frve first baseman was born: ; St. Louis 10 12 .455 Zl Jew.b s
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In Detroit while Outfielder Ed Adams Dairy.JUNIOR R. II E Chicago 4 19 .114 ', i52sa

MM-rkowici watt burn in 'Wyani 1 Detroit _ nn 4 15 0 I I NATIONAL ,

chUI'i a Detroit suburb. SOFTBALL Philadelphia -,______ 251 Club--: W. LL pct.St ": .. t
Bayview Park. Afternoon I,,, : /
llutchmson and Swift; Scheib LoUIS u 16 7 .596 .

Tribal and Morning Savage Harris and Guerra. New York _.._ __ ..14 1D 583 a.fr4 ( A t,
urserCLEVELAND.APBase. WEDNESDAYNO Pittsburgh ____ ..h n 14 12 .538 I
announced. NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston _u' u __________13 12 .520 II I DIANA
t ( .' SATURDAYNO games R. II E. Phialdelphia __ __ _ 14 13 .519 F 17J vh -

lull's newest innovation the chil -announced. I St. Louis - 13 14 1 Brooklyn __-__ ,_ ____ 11 15 .423 $3975d
dren' play room instituted by' games Brooklyn -- 492 Chicago .__ 1014 ::411I
the Cleveland Indians so mothers TENNIS Pollett, Rice and Gargiola; I II I Cincinnati ._ .. 10 19 ..345I
ran park their children whilewatching I Hatten, Casey, King and Ed- !I I
the ball game got off to BayvUw Park. Afternoonand ( wards. The great majority of Finns
a roaring start this eason. Fifty Night l j I' are Lutherans. i iI
children between the ages of two', DAILY- ; R. II E.I tsKES evaiocCE.E I I
and six were left in the nursery I I tI t I II (I AI TAX
\City tournament i Pittsburgh -3 17 0 Ever popuJ.r ckamkray. ,
during the Indians' opening I j Boston _------------0 4 1I tvkd by Situ. VM* w.ls

undec game.i the The guidance nursery of is Miss free and Elizabeth is-I SKATING :. I Riddle and Fitzgerald and; Barrett Masi. BROADWAYCIGAR :.rd$ I cf syd.t. ....--"let'ed .-

-Fithian. a former school Bavnew Park... Night, ; Prendergast Beazley v Cb4 : I ,.p sleeves, esd tke ........

teacher. FRIDAY- j n. 11. E. STORE I dr.wslrieg .' ..... %.... .....

Lavishly equipped' with toys '7:00'to 9:00 P.M. I Cincinnati ..._.__....._ .- 381 I purl| buttons font .... t..m. .
and games, the nursery will be New York h_' ---- _, - 160 610 Dmal Street I TEAMS ARRANGED h. Pattel. blr..yt., grey.
operated during each of the BASEBALL I Fox and Lamanno; Koslo, Trin-: I tars. Size* 12 to ..1.

Cleveland.! day games. Municipal Stadium. Afternoon kle and Livingston. COMPLETEBASEBALL I

IT//J. YOU SMILE? SUNDAY- I n. H. E. I Authorized Bulora Distributor

wMay TWO games announced between Chicago u ___ mhm ___m 5 14 0
I He? Key West Clowns and Key Philadelphia - 3 11 0 POLLOCK'SI I
West Pirates in first and Key I I' Chipman. Meyer and Schef- SCORES Ii i

West Clowns and Miami ling; Stnngcevich. Dubial!, Na- I MI""ttv I BELDNEETSTELEPHONE
Tou remember when you Eagles in second. hem and Semmick. 6I ,
cured my rheumatism doctor a I! Amy Barracks. Afternoon I

couple of years ago and told me SUNDAY- I Mount Scopus, to the north of Cigars and Cold I ..;. .14 : : 1133
,to avoid moisture?" I. First Game-U.S.S. Howard W.' Jerusalem' was the place the Duval St. Key West Fla. SJI
Doctor: Yes that's right?" 1 t Gilmore vs. San Carlos. Roman camp was:>> pitched prior I I Duval Stettl K.y Wtrt. ".....
-Well. I'\e returned to ask you Second Game-Ramblers vs. to the destruction of Jerusalem in Soft Drinks I One of Key WesCs Oldest eirelers"i (
if 1 may take a bath." I If I Adams Dairy. 70 A. D. I I


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BOX SPRINGS Assorted GLASSES 2c (:.holer of. Wai.l r ColorsSpedal$395 SIMMONS' DmI'p' Size

Trlll"rlJ""bl I FoId-A-Way
'Gay Colorful Florals.. Values Up to$12.00Tropical
I Scenes n Choice cf Bronze Finish i HANDTOWELS
and Seascapes H Wood or Ivory -

Drop-LeafTABLES S995 45c I S29-' Shower PLASTIC CURTAINS Assorted$5 Colors MATS 95c: I 15c cotton Mattresses S295

Walnut Finish BEDS S895 I IRONS 20 x 4C-BIG end 49BEQ PADS I MIRRORS CO.I'I'SPRINGS S295 .
S"7BLANKETS 5355 Heavy Turkish Towels I ( 9 x 7 g I with STAND \
I 119 4 P*Ur Bed la Single Sue-Worth $16.95
._ .' A HOTEL OVERRUN 832a 95c USEDStudio

.ill9 LAMPS BROOMS 1\ Couch S1295USED
.SLAT SCAT and BACK ia Green. Red Yellow. SECIAL I
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Box Springs has 6 Legs. Innerspring Mattress Swedish Modern.Light Wood Frame
and Durable Ticking Extension Table and 4 Chairs, Leatherette Seats RANGES
Actually' Worth: S12:i.00
Suit Include Bed.Chest. 3-Di awer'Dresser Loose Spring Cushions
.nd Mirror. .ia Wheat Finish 12 FLORALBroadfelt METAL AIIM JL Immediatr
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Rf'fI tiOl" fyfnijyr& and JFurnishmg ? * Venetian :Bincfs| > Restaurant Equipment .and Supplies Items Fill,,'

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Has 2 Negroes CutDuring :First Baptist:. :l!I I.4:. SAUNDEUS TURNS t.is a distinct honor, and said: SJIATIIEKS SIGNS St. 1'aul!s W sky 1 I .aMgit. ..... .. Ma tfayM twt6i
(Continued From F-se One) "thank j ou" to all the assembledmen (Continued. From Page One) 11I1 r rat ..,. f ra.M

Mission Society ... phone in front of the structure. and women. over 65 getting relief as were Teenage Dance \;. reef lttllr. cr.rssiraR ...

I Auto Accident Fight 'Then in a strong voice he read his'! The gathering broke up imme 'drawing pensions. Reliefers were ; etstaUAUURY
, Ti- I Holds Meeting; .orders transferring him first to diately. Navy men returned to :averaging $37.42 a month against At 8:00: TonightA :I! 4

1 :iaadure Wrintraub, a grocer at Two negro men were slightly .Washington for temporary duty theft duties civilians to their 1 $24.90 for pensioners. Estimatesby ...
,I TOO Elizabeth street, escaped cut last night and subsequently The Executive Council of the and then as U. S. Naval attacheto :desks and work benches. I, Social Security Administration weekly Teenage oance will: f4 SON.> ...... d
About June '
15 Cap'.1. A. Farrell show that in December in be held tonight at St. Pas't'sParish ''We 5pee fis 1Mt
with slight Injuries at 9:JO p. m.::arrested following a slabbing Missionary Society of the First the American ambassador at USN. now at the War Col- f Florida, reliefers were receiving Hall on Bahama Street fly .i .... .. ,
)altrdahftt his car collided <;.match which was staged in Sala- Baptist Church held its monthly.Rio de Jenicrv. i i lege at Newport. R. L,Ts expected $37.65 while pensioners were being beginning at a o'clock. I r ud Llbtilsq... :c tJ.1f' i ia.
1 with. arouse and upset in Housevtlt -1 I nos Cafe, Petronia street. business and planning meeting on" At *the conclusion he paid here to relieve Comdr. Johnson paid $24.62.Regardless The dances are sponsored ta .at......... NIN -. 11
boulevard. j, Patrolman Gabriel Lastres arrested Tuesday Mty'l1: in the home,of. strong tribute to the loyalty to of command of the former ., of the motivation of the Young People's Service t t............ taaww.Mee
Patrolman Gabriel Lastres ar-j I John Biggers; colored on a Mrs France Fairfield. ,.duty of the officers and men and Submarine Base. :Townsend discharge petitioni League of St. Paul's Church. e-e d 4B Mks s II
retted Paul Jarboe; a sailor staUontd -charge I<| of aggravated assault PHn" w*""*" made for the Junior he said it is a far better base today ) i signers,,: those who \vant the i
\ at Boca Chica Field on a :: drunk and disorderly,.and.Walter: Girl's Auxiliary to attend summer than it was previously.I' Th' Duke of York, after whom' measure voted on are considered
: chare of driving the car that Williams.,coloccd,.on.'fi.chargc.of. carp, at" Kendall;; Florid: in'| "1 wish all of you pleasant New York was named became as beine on record in favor of H f
collided with Wemtraub's- ' .. while I drunk.aad disorderly.conduct.. .,. June. '. !service in the"performance of James IL _ greater Social Security benefit ', .KEliMORE
intoxicated. -
I I On May 27 tow Woman:' !*. MJ -: your duty -said Capt Saunders u
i Weintraub said he was driving : rv-Society. Young W'mvjn's,t in conclusion. ;I
along ,the boulevard and did not:'I Legion Auxiliary; : "Amcil and-Intermediate Girl'lI.Auxiliary t I.i Then he shook hands with
know anything of the accident at PRICES MACHINES
I will give A warn Party- Comdr. Johnson and,turned command -
Executive; Board
I until liU started to turn
car over I at !'Naval Hospital. Mrs. Eleanor; of the station over to him. I I I
Located in the Heart
Wrintraub went to Municipal I Bennett, society chairman. is .HI I Comdr. Johnson then read the olJbe City. ,
t! Hospital to have his leg examine II, l'oltls'11ie. iiji, Charge of refreshments. .'and. prdcr placing:: him it temporary .RATES ROOMS\ WRITE or WIRE :I; ARE AVAILABLE AGAtNI k
ed. I command of the station. REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS
I entertainment, Priced As .Lpw A .
'I I An executive committee meeting j At the dos of the B "an"sj; ,r "It he-* been a dn>tinrl priv:' with BATH and TELEPHONE i: *s 7" I
Harris School of'The American Legion Aux- served. to have served under Cn t't.
a buffet luncheon yras : Jlece I
iliary was' held at the home of Those rtre>ent were Mr-".DanielSharp |i Saunders" said Comdr. Jonnson Ford \ Add 4 Kenmore t?atJter t. Our
P.-T.A. Conduct the president, Mrs. Paul Wimme-. : Mrs. Bronme Nichols;t] Comdr. Johnson then turned, PershingMiller I Conrenirnt: Ey Pnyutfmt 1*,.,.

.. 1: I naucr with eight members in at-'Mrs. GenevaSmith; Mr*. Edna, l over to the retiring commanding i lintel Hotel Holel TELCPHOMC MM ee IMI
tendance. Plans were formulated -1 Alburyr Mrs. Raymond Johnson; T officer of the station a small .
60 N.!:
Health I Roundup I 3rd St2" N.!: 1t Ave.
., I fnr the coming year. Mrs. Lois Eden.Mrs.; . Leona 4 plank suitably inscribed. which 80 Rooms 100 Rooms 223 NE. 1st Avc rr
The following appointment: 1 I Collins; Mrs. .C. D- Mock: Mrs. [be said was presented to the Elevator Elevator .. M Rooms
the Harris 'i
afternoon .
School Thursday Parent-Teachers Associ- were. approved for standing committees -I Glynn Archer Mrs:! Eleanor' Ben.I I plank owner. Solarium ,Heated Elevator ,
: I nett; Miss Hally Johnson; Mrs.: I Capt. Saunders accepted the '
ation spring Vooducted health another round-up successful of the- Americanism Mrs. Claudia I 1 Alice Ro'merey and,Mrs...Meja. .plank, which in Navy parlance;, 3 BLOCKS I'fZOMUNION\. BUS STATION At the CORNER of nXMXHG: aad $ftXMO? 5'Jlt TSLEWINSKY'S
Mam- -
Waller child welfare. -
beginner. who will enter school I ic Sawyer colored affairs, Mrs.1Adrianna ..
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in.the. f.U for their first time. -
Mri/Neil Knowlej, chairman of Sands: community service ". aiEVS SHOP ]
Mrs. Wilhelmina, Harvey:) ERVIN i .
the rdmmittee. 'was ably assisted
constitution and by-laws, Mrs.' ,
-t>,H *lb$ .registration 'bv Mrs. Mrs.! torDICK
Shirley Vosberg;
Norma Dopp. nrwl'eleried presi-
School P. A. Violet Myers; girls' state Miss '
dent of thr Harris T.
and.Ur., Malcolm Sawyer. Mrs. i, Gretna McClain; membership, Y GENERALHis
i. Mrs. George Sikes; music. Miss :
flow Sawyer." Jr. of ,the !
: Helen Crusoe;. national l defense,j
Health.Clinic! assisted by
Mrs. Glen West., 'conducted the : Mrs. Edwina Warren: Pan-Ainen-i j, training for the office .
Immunization program for those :can. Mrs. Marie Hall; poppy!-''Irs.I Attorney Gen

who desired it. It was found that I Ruth.....Carey DT?;....nrp post. war DI1"'licjty Mrs. Sod Ju- era.during! ; firmly
registering had already
roan of trww r"
.been immunized against disease Mrs. Dorothy Daniels; re-] years as a lawyer in
on a well-planncd program I hab litation:." 1rs. George Archers I a'" Florida.' .the lest

alp Infancy. I I scholarship.' Mrs. Edah Freeman.hour, ,ttrelrc in Stale Srrrice I
Those children registering in I After the meeting social
school for the first time were: I was enjoyed.i J in responsible legal; capacities. f

KrUUna Dopp. Lory Ann Lowe. . .QUALIFY !
Russell Alden Curry. Gail GuinetI I
t H Dick Ervin for greater I II
,Vlctor Pent. Warrrn Spenser I II
I Charles Stirrup Jr. Ethel May I public xerrice.Promote I

n iherta. Dunne! Curry. Donna ?w' a man trhn II

I Pmder.Maiiim. David Maria Street.Sanrhe inc. Judith Sylvia _.-..-- ..; I I. a been TIlUt"f:1Jfor I
I KMwIes. Richard Smith. Earl -.. the office.REMEMBER.
f. InlrahaJ1J."M Lmiise Archer. I : I
Jo Ellen Kloonwiherc.<< Chris -.-- I j
Bethel Rose Williams. Stanley 1 I'9 !
Singleton' Robert Harden j I IKnoteles. i I ,
. Carol Key, Ruth Bear- i if' \ '
t uo. Thaws OrtlJ n Lnwe." I i ON MAY 25th II I
+ Flotenre RustclL Judith Sawyer I I
, t Janet Ilayea. Gloria Williams. i YOUROVOTE RICHARD W..ERVIN', I II
Sally Ann and Faye Elizabeth. -
( Pt)def, who were the.only twins : .. Is A CONTRIBUTION .to .Good. Government t In Florida II

I reclslerlng.School' patran. are asked to i I Paid t'antteat :ldvkrtls heat/ ;
watch lot the date of the set xwl
phase .f this. program which will t4 I.-- I/o/ ,

I. I I M of tietlme arbooLMARCOS held in during the N'hnol'auditorium the last week On''.' the Sunny J Side I PEARLMAN7SINCORPORATED: ''j Of Out: Entire Stock of Top Qua'ityPANTS '

i \ 'of the Streets -
i : MESA: Sll.I I .- .

Continued r-wm rate One) s Cool \ 4TIIE STOKE OF" QUALITY"Ileadrluartera I
I Jail to get Mesa's body and found with our NEW I
; him aittinc'' up in the bed. SLACKS

, 't the'room.Sheriff Sawyer' again entered i CANVASAWNINGS I for YOUR Graduation GIFT NeedsHerTouWiU and

., I ."Don't touch the revolver."I t N\ .Find A Nice-Variety of;Suitable GIFT ITEMS I qI
the directed. a
sheriff for BOYS'and GIBLS Such'.As . I
%$MeM then me
I for the weapon, but the sheriff ai I Enjoy thai sun..but keep 9 BOYS' HANDKERCHIEFS \ SOX i SIZES 27 to SOGaLardincsTrupicals.'Poplinsllocskinrt
him from it I
I pushed way your home cool and comfortable -
v Mesa wu a former deputy with Canvas Awnings. The Famous "ROB ROY" Shirts
.....iff under Sheriff Sawyer Quality made of the finest
and. then became Jailor. 1 materials in gay colorful HKLTS .TIK SETS

I : stripes,'woven or painted. ALSO-Many Other Items I
VA OFFICE: : j Do.'c..aiLChooleDow..hil. Sharkskins-Butcher's Linens
K.( tined From l"re One) I ihefclectioniscood.Estiniatesfreely
tilt In Key ,Wc.t will be retipenou. -,: given.Telephone today. I
i Gift Items for GIRLS

9 'lie explains that the budget: ti't! -KEY WEST- (4) .\ ...\ IDSSOLIDSSTRIPESMust
It limitation' In March made it apr Dainty \
b ..r that the office would, be: VENETIAN BLIND COMPANY UNDERWEAR{ : .' !

I tweed but since then tong ttb I 123 DUVAL STREET Such As ,.' -- i
riJfi," Sold Make Room for
t has authorized expenditures thai t CALL 1042 for Estimates SLIPS NIGHTGOWNS N 'j Be to Merchandise
a make it puMible to reopen t rteII '"
office.' GIRL-PAJAMASACu\e OKIG1NM. I'KICKS ONIJ.: 1'\\1'S-: "'
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\, t rI - PETITEEN "Marw.Phelps':... :- . i
Pat Perkins' and "Evelyn -'.> I
w, i AMIKICA'S OVTCTAHBIH Alden' FROCK will make <. .Y l.c'\.

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d @ ; take two motors to do.It carriesIt little boys feel so grownup

you over the water at speeds I in ROB ROY'S finely tailored 11.50() SJ l.fJ I:;. U =" :;. :) I".MI ft'T.JiM'
n ; = that take your breath away .1 //il
w and it throttles down to perfect sport shirt with the M2.50SI2.95; : () 11u! ; si 11.fJ! :; t+IM.xN "I". i

3x\ a . crawling,mile-an-hour troDing. whip-stitched collar. > \I.UES \ VIA l ES 1 \I.t YK
tla It's the new MARTIN MOTOR And mamas love the r
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d t : .'.instant starting. Its'spar. the sturdy fabric Jaunders PRICE . . - 5995 PRICE . . . $12.95

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