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Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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YOU LXIX. N ei,"125' KEY WEST FLORID TUESDAY,, MAY 25., ,1948 PRICE FIVE CBHTS

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City's Cash Now< I General Motors'I GAVEL MEN FOR THE 3.x 4 CONVENTION_:a. Twice As Many Votes



Offers Hike\: Of )t
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Totals $236,695, : ,,, . (Gast Up To Noon As


\11 Cents) ....Hour. .. .. .

Roberts ReportsONI.Y.S167JM :' :J.* 4 r' 'ft .

,MEANS INCREASE 575.000.000 .- i.
to. I S t i ry:#

OF CASHiVA1LA '" ',IN WAGES:ANNUALLY! tf Voted Last Election

CIO HAS NOTJYET ACCEPTED -
tsj; \ LE; FOIL H HOSTESS A

tH'KRATllSC EXPENS..!, PLAN .VOTERS? DO) NOT HAVE: LONG TO W.ITS IN
(Br Tae ....rlHea Pre.DETROIT ... I' '
KS 1 1A 1 May 25. .It was in- tJr 11, ilTll I FIRST PRIMARY; c.NUIU.TIS''OHKliRS:
d iS .
of May I 1. the City of Key.. dicated today that the General Citizen; Tor Give- LINE, UI OUTSIDE POLLING 1'LACKS

West had 9 nub I,glance $236- Motors strike set for Friday, had .r'Y r : /

693J4 on hand. Charles R. roberta been Nearly twice as voters had cast thtir baHots
averted due to- the com- RctnrjisTonight: I.} .t many vp to Men
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finance director-of the city pany's agreement to pay an increase today in the .second FloridaDemocratic. primary election a.1 l It..<*
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reported today. t tI -5" 11 I i voted at the'same time in the May 4 election. according to offietJUwho.watched
of hour in
11 cents '
: .an Election returns will be-
But Roberts points out that$6a.731.04 '
the voting.
of the total cash on wages of CIO auto.Workers, potted t J ght.bT The Citizen :: '
t t I ;' At limes the voting machines lay idle today for Msae-.. ...
hand b to be used only for debt ,: After making; that; statement, a # lI l- in' .front of. Us-office. : \: ,vote finished the job of pulling down the levers in a... ..........

service remain, so i that 3167.944.83 hand. for Is all !!, company. spokesman said it will I, Rf terns- will,give the oUt j ji the time that They utilized May. 4 when there were: .sanest
that tine expenses on. ** t-I: !! amount! to an annul( increase of r i come, _ol-1 local ...well as statewide -' j, from;which they had to.select.

Total reccipt-s for the month I wages of 75000000., Nothing i " - tAP. tlerarfq'tot{ r, '!5 races ,Results will be J. A large number of voters appeared early at the r mn4jr'spolling a1.wt

of April were $44293.45 as contrasted zs r xI was'said about whether or not i 1 'pcteet on a bulletin board in 3"front places.l They crowded: into the polls:In an oMW _
SENATOR ALB>;ft BARKLEY (left,) of Kentucky: and!' Rep
with $49.329.57 in dine General Motors.wgl l increase the t'of the tix.collector's of1 and showed little ...h .* l..
hyrsements' for the month. The j I Sun Rayburn of Texas discuss''gavel technique in 'Washington. .i,
prices of its automobiles. flea: across: t ift..treetfromTb.( There was a large nanriiiiM ai
biccett: ,disbursement was of $32- !', I[ "alter they were chosen to direct the Democratic national cpnVeayUan. : : ' ; MEDIATOR\
The increase dcpcnds on the Citistn Green: and Ann workers for the veffam __
492.49 which from the ..
came gcn.I. Barkley will deliver keynote address, and, Ray burn. ,
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trsl revenue .fund scale of the cost of living. It was I I I will be permanent. chairman. ,' 'streets.Award! r it dates on hand but for Mee 11a1i
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Receipts for the month of April explained? that if flue{ cost has advanced I 1 part they all ajminblid .iM fNsnt
totaled S2M78.7I.; as compared -- : i FtI. :il1'! "
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further .by next 1 1i polling tees

General with $25.249.05 I property In. taxes April,rwihrh 1947.,- .POLLY Y RpSE BALFE..publisher ber I, wages will' be increased Sc.-ptem-j! i 1'' + I no card-passing+ inside tie eaMftte

mounted to $9.597.17$ iri April er.of Ihc-Redland ITistrictJtews another three cents and that if! iFORECAST B1G' ; Patterson today as there! wee. May 4.

last year only totaled $723.82 inj 1 I, !'H. meiteacLwill'. art..'as-. hostess I living costs then are lower the ' a At 3 p-nv, a total of 3M4 Hales
April this year a decrease of'' wben' 'the Florida' Thjbjicity i Il wage :scale will be decreased,I'1'I 1'- Apprenticeship i had been cast in four *,41 1M alts
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s.an.U.'I' and: Public Relation Association" } though not, .more. than live'cents VOTE I IN( DADE election booth 1'he.... IMS
It shown that tho !fnham products ,an.hour, I I ; '
each of the booths. were':
Florida Attractions At
excise tax which the city and I CIO leaders have not yet announced Papers t Base .
started coIIertlnS Much .I ,, Association'' stop fo? breakfast ;. whether or: not they will I I 'First' Precinct T.

The mounted tobacco: to tax$8.172.77.la turned in April into, ;'' at Homestead,enroute'-to'.their i accept: indications'wcre.itwuuld the company's offer. MAY BE ,000 William T.: Patterson;; Public I 3e I Second Tf>ciftct Iv)8

a -p"rial' stn*t..alrie'" alk and ,, tOByeotio'ft. in Key West;June t be though a'pproved.! The increase applies -i!, . I Works Department, was award: f Third Precinct 3M
fund. This fund now. total 7, Following breakfast the ed his Certificate i of Fourth Precinct ?Sit
sewer ( to workmen: in the corpora Apprenticeship ,
}"Hoi" Rare For Sheriff \\\cA, I <
$18.396.11. There have brcn groups will be taken-on' tour tion's' ,:5 plants throughout the I and' his 'Key West High TOTALAt M34
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disbursements totlling..JUf1.OO of ,points of interest in- ,the country. .* I lie veil Chief Cause Of' I School' Diploma by Commander ...
S. the various
(including the cost : Ocliandarena puMtaf .
that fund
from area. 1 i It waS said that., possibly, General -j I : Industrial in
Homestead
the excise stamos. Al1enrY. Green,-. USN, Key West members e* tie
of
printing e -- -. ::-I! Motors had set a pattern j Drawing Record. IViiniI -: 11 Relations Officer, .at a simple Junior Chamber ., CMaweve*
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-' whereby the strike of the 75,000 i Dies i d dI
I j; Suddenly-At i were on hand .e 1111
Chrysler workmen may be set 1,I I her To Polls I .l I ceremony. the U. S. Naval ,Submarine I the election n ellreslyr
Four Standing g, tled. U I : BaseCoJnrpan 1t
Chaplains ; and to itMUMw
\ manner w
., The l ll-cent advanceprovides a J t.? in, wMlalr. t"r.-_, Polling: PrecinctS ( lC1' .Green, con; atu- ulant methods by.
scale for General Motors i I j MIAMI. May;25-hc.McCatty-I .
.t wage 1 lated 'PaUerson .on' his accomplishment the candidates or toggle tavelur.The .
In AkjSIiipKSTANTS : i i' workmen $1.61 an,hour.ftlan i j Warren contest, for governor and I S jSullie Ocjiahd','rcna, 62;;'dicd ,- antfbade him keep contestsSawyer A

_.. JTpgcthcr PtSyer i the Palmer-Sullivan n rough-and- {t uddrnly tHis mbcrrintr,"et ,'t he lstudying.in'order'to I take adI4ahtse ita.eewutu: ) : and J.=
ToHaye tumble fighVIor. 'heriff.will'give j J {+ lrtl 1) _:polling train cdr. High i I t for sheriff' : ,
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.. \ : ... Reported I I + : :' ot:, beppporunitiawhich COU.NT FOIkE EL7 W,
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...: .. .. 1' In'whtcl i Tarty (aiigovernor tl
:; $ ol Annex,
j.Goe 1- I Dacb'county it*, highest second-f l' ? ; he was"; I" DOTTEDabove/ chi f o"t.he
'D.II.-vri 'mmemoratect(f I I an i inspector. 1 liah'eadrf l !<,t ;He'emphasizedthat I attracted iXH,> all ..
S primary vote in "history, it WAS 1 .
; I Plans ForApartmentHotel :I indicated earlythis afternoon I!I Mr. Ochandareria .. resided at!I the supervisors: tomorrow 1- Swedish 'Red: Cross, his aa- attention today..

.--"' r 1 '.' ,. [with more than 53,000 vote;',re-\i i, 1100 Angela street and is survived ;I i ; will -come- from the ranks nounced in1 Stockholm hii acceptance j: Sound trucks for the i raeltlke
J.. WLt ; ;JtW$2..rROr,)r ] l corded. j I I by the widow. Mrs. Kocilla:' of the apprentices of today. I I of the post of United candidates were still eft Mae
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Nations mediator in Palestine I their edit
I streets Marine car
: Ochandarena sister. Mrs. Reva
: General opinion is ,that the : a : Patterson
: ciyiI'RESERVERS ;t, LIFE,, Bcgihiiers; ) v;.t To; :Sign: I sheriff fight is having more influence -I Koch; a brother: Berl Ocfiaridarcita -II the so.H seryed Staff four Sergeant years before in- j i for six months.Announce. various men. ..
It was reported today that a lot' than the gubernatorial of Miami. 1., ': army I t! It was freely predated ** i roani
T6. SOL. ' in", Whitehead street near South race:, in drawing voters to the'I; Funeral services will ba field( : entering hiS apprenticeship i between Sawyer and 5..1.. I 4
} i\ ion sSt t. at the Submarine Exams would be close ..... Baeti elf
WTV street had changed hands for an I polls. Despite the intensity of thesheriffs 5 o'clock: tomorrow afternoon in i i Base. He was ,! a .
among the,honor students.at'the these tandidatt'Se- beea actively
IHERS tthe'new the Street
undisclosed sum and th race, no disturbance occurred Fleming Methodist:i II
I : Church. Rev. J. B./Reid. : school and was selected for special j i i campaigning and. the t+.Mel ]
School ThjJirsday owner planned to build. an apart- at the poll where the pastor; For Operators
Issuance of the Four Chaplains officiating.The 1 ) training theDesign Sectionof I promised to be a iuhrtanlail wsr
ment-hotel on it. election law of keeping ticket- I
United' Commemorative t I the Publ cWorkDepartment.. I l because of their activity.
States- The : will be'placed in
sellers were said. to haveneen passing and other electioneering body the
postage stamp May 28 will be observed .Division :Direct_ ElementarySchooCjkbrough. Isabel Gtorina Sweeny. workers :300 feet away from the church at 2 o'clock. .' ,I' Atttndins ':the graduation Naval Case Here+i Although it WM said ,ales.. ,
with special first day ; "Mis,,'C. Said B.; Minnie Isabella Sweeny and :'booths. :I Burial will be in the family! ceremony; were Commander A. C. : r that there would be abevt. 4......
ceremonies the White Houseas i Husband Public Works i t to 4.500 votes cad. Mere ....
Department i
at in : ; Examination for probational :
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Predictions total plot
werothat the City CemeteryPritch'ard
A. Isabel
today M. Larranaga. !
Curry' President.P.T.. Charlotte i
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several
well as in simple programs; to ; Paul f. Roberts Quarter- appointment to the position of men today M0'I
mother of Minnie would be near 90.000 when theContinued ;| Funeral Home is in charge 'of
is the ar--I
announces' that 'registration Sweeny I I I ......
be conducted by chaplains of ; ( 1 man Carpenter Stuart S. Whit- telephone operator opened yesterday money that the total n.
; ; On Eight ,
Page
Army installations in the: United beginning.' pupils. .,.wiTl.>%ibp| liedThursday I I Sweeny and of record Mrs. L in rranaJta.I Circuit - -.-- rangemcnts. -'....- I ing. Ci1'ilian'Personnel Officer I by the Board of U. S. Civil I f reed 5.090. A total l of '._ nde.+
States and overseas the Department ,- May 27; from 1:30: !.to Anofficial and the Training Supervisors; i!,'Service Examiners at the Naval I I were cast May t, but ann, ...edge
of the Army announced I! Court filed yesterday shows that I EGYPTIANS DIUVK: ON JERUSALEM I and the Instructors- the Apprentice Submarine Base. turned away. when they. ...... pia
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3:39'p.: m, f f and Minnie Sweeny (I I
Mrs. Sweeny
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School. crowded with .
today. Registers established' as a result polls Peso
All prospective pupils. :must have given powers of attorney to '- ,- I There wttl be its *f a.
The new,three-cent stamp will Uamasars I of the current examination i no mail r-
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be the latest memorial to the four have birth .certificate, establish Mrs. Larranaga. I I 25 LEBANON i i! will be used: to fill cavancics in I one refusing to UM M IMT .>..
Army chaplains who sacrificed l the.'datc: of birth.: 'Pup'ils' .who : The purchaser of the property known" STATUTE MILES = I Smoking Stove- ;. telephone operator positions;: day. Virtually n. how P.......
then' lives to save. others when live ,in the area of the 1 Division'I is reported to be a well- KIooo4 which may occur at Naval activities i I for the voters found fillip .wr or
the troop transport Dorchesterwar Street School and'.wbovcre born hotel operator, who ,is said V> heplannil1 Tyr O CyVQsr 'C cruse Of Alarm i I in Key West. Rates of pay : two persons waim fw. ..sthcation. -
torpedoed off the coast of $!-' to spend many thousands -1 SYRIA for the CAF-2 positions beginat They ltOfon nnnnel Mevtr
Greenland In the early morning : on or,bcfore January 1 1342,:arc. of dollars on the' property. ISRAEL I $1954.00 per annum. i I I slips and walked n.M .... *

hour of February 3, 1943. eligible to.register. I Sea A smoking kerosene stove at'I'i Application forms may be obtained ,, voting machine.A .
The chaplains, John P. Wash- .This'-rcgistration' is.a part 'orthe t Post'To Acre SaiadJ of 3-E Fort Village attracted the attention !' from the Recorder of the large number wf pwar.a. ..
tun. a Roman Catholic. Alex- Summer\ Round-Up' Prog'r m' Legion{ HAIFA Galilee of bystanders at 6:45: p.rn. i i iI i Board at building; 91. Submarine ed the streets ..*.. osier .. wsiiM

under D. Coode. Jewish and of the TCWvision Street -p.-T., A.' Meet Tomorrow I I and someone promptly turned in ,' Base from the Secretary of the the parade of nn angel ae.rl
George' L, Fox and Clark V.,,, and 'is. Assisted: bye the' Monroe .1 Nazareth I a fire alarm from Division and Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners trucks of the VOT.*.. tsaMiillea.I

Nin,. Protestant passed; their ,: County! #caUh! :Unit. .... A regular meeting of ArthurSewycr PALESTINE r bBethlehem I Thomas streets. I at any first or second ,The parade WM aeva/ssild b to.
own life preservers :to soldiers j Post No. 28(;, American .1I I I Firemen carried the stove into class nttt office. or from the RrCional I Junior Chamber' wf Va e.. a._ is
)leaping into the frigid Atlantic Soviet WorkerSiTo Legion wiu be held tomorrow d r i the yard. JThere was no damage. ) Director. Fifth U. S. Civil an effort to interest. .tit dMIIetI

town the sinking ship. \+ evening at 3 o'clock at the Legion r e Lenin Service Region Atlanta. 3. Gcor-: iin I voting tud.y.Exrc1Je3.
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TbV Chaplains wen' last seen Home. I .i Kiu mils Club I cia-

landing together in the boW of ,, Travel l.As Tourists l j I Post Commander George A. j fI Copies of the examination announcement ; Of
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I the ship their. arms linked aodvoke I I Warren states that during; th<' I i Mteets Tonight; with full details of
; raised in prayer as the American Legion I I TEL AVIV NablusI oII ; I tlutic; and qualifications of the,i Con S"iur
meeting ; /
an ( "
th fsurface. MOSCOW.-((APl.--Thr ""Mos- i at the Key

vessel plunscd beneath < position are posted
film "Youn Orators Compete! I Cit'v Ct, ssionr IXHIIS Carbond -
j <; I a; Amman min
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cow Komsomolctsiays that..830000 .- II West post office, and at building
for Legion Scholarships" will be! I r Ramie will address the Key West 1 Cluss; Thurxthiyi
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1 The rftminemorativc stamp willbear Soviet workers will travel as I :91. Submarine Base.
:shown. Kiwanls' Club at reeular meeting '
the four tourists in the USSR thi of
likenesses 'chip- Application
<< for ,
i j "Young Orators Compete Jerusalem Tavern. Si- .
lain. and a picture of the sinking tourist bas s have been thrillin ; I todaynuUv's I AB must be on file f with the Re ea mar> .* tbr
ship in the foreground. An inscription established ts; take. care of the;--Legion Scholarships'four a finalist;;: L i-mpnton and Division streets will :: corder. Board of II. S. Civil Service senior r...... of list Oeiweaet. nf
of'the
persentation be! location of the meeting
; ) the <
secretariat Naval Submarine Mary Immaculate. wiN Kr. bred
will read These movement. The of Examiners. I
: Con ;
Immortal Chaplains . Inter- the central union.of trade unions of ,the Legion') for Oratorical the coveted I i Csaza Dead I and the time will be 630 p.m. .I I Base Kev West, not later j May 27lh: at ** rtk... .k tIIfI rr
test competing Hebron E- will
Carbonell
: I. Commissioner .
faith in Action." .in making the decision\ on this. t I :I than June 24. 1943.Asbestos- Convent :grounds. anarir. .!e.r
University Scholarships. Sea o speak briefly on civic improvements by the Mart fDonouzh. 'flwam." J rr..
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Honor guest at the White worker travel, says 21 routes arc will fI
Commander Warren .as- r !
and
{ needed in Kev W -st .
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( being :
_. --, flounce the Memorial Day: program i will outline how the KiwaniiClub I I liary Bishop nf SL AugI
which will be held Sunda Siding
and other civic groups can
Beersheba I I The Rev. Father J sprh Jul
afternoon at the Maine Plot un I .
according .
aid in their rromplishm
son. S. J.. wiH dviIei Ike .4
EI Kerala I
OF der the auspices"of the Post. ; to Julius Kovash. program l li drys.
: Shingles
YEAR [ Winners of the Legion School I chairman. I I All friend nf the ...... *r. I
awards and the.: two boys to at
This week's program i ij in the Ii Siriuik Lumber Yard and of the Sister .hoe "h esr M
tend Boy's State will alx: be an i I
affaircommittee. =
; of the public :
province vited to attend the rvias.
a ea
SALEEND: NOW nounced. I S : Et Tal/la and the speaker will ., __ -_ I,
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I C usaima be introduced bv its chairman.
: Bob Saunders. Politics will be KEY WEST HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS I

ON Palace Theater EGYPT E1 Ghamr TANS. kept from the talk. Saunders
_ . t JORDAN stated. Annual Reunion
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LAST TWO DAYS I A Bird Picture in Trucolor I All members will be assignedto i

"BILL AM' COO" mest-
I J committees at tonight's BANQUET and DANCE

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES : NEWS and SHORTS (AP Wirephoto Map) ing. i! I


I I .STRIKING NORTHWARD an Egyptian column (right arrow Elks Club Annex

MAXWELL CO.: inc_ I TlCKET'O'FFICEALL ;; from "A") has advanced from the vicinity of Beersheba to Heb- CENTRAL PHARMACY t
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The ron and Bethlehem to withia five miles of beleaguered Jerusalem 1 Prewriat1.. lanes 1.. aaaDHherea i Monday! May 31, 8:UQ PJI.EACH _

q Fiffniture ',and, Furnishings. AIRLINES Saturday according to Cairo reports while another column (left PERSON X'2?,(H I
.' ,TELEPHONE-. 82MS I arrow from "A") kept up drive toward Tel Aviv. British an- C.mp.re out prices on reKrlpUvna:! : Reservations Must Be Made by Thursday. May JTrti

"I Fla.J PRICE TOURS nounced that their Spitfires had shot down four' Egyptian planes I ALL TELEPHONE: : 7$4. I CALL JEFF KNIGHT. 483. or CHAS. E. SMITH. HIt
gey West. ...
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. t.. 6. --tr.'West' ORfizenPvbllihed FAR BETTER*". -.... WDEEP** .. .* ,.' : I LEGALSJtOTlCK 11r *?+;HERE'S FLAG OF JSRAELj THE NEW-iHW H B1A7BI'
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I t. Dally Bxoopt Sunday. by >d"e- : : ,
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D. AHTMA.t.BulneM llaaagerfrom
TIle CltUca Building- ,i ;dischwge"petition_ touring:: the T : I II the NOTICE aodervig-ned.IS HEKKHT desiring GIVEN to engage that ;,

-- : ;. 0.1,Comer Dally K Greene.wapper and- U Ana Fey Street west sad i--f' pension plan to'th'e'fjx>or of the.. In name business of 'E1 underlb.'fletIUoua Raacbo lotel" a3S i iCoI.Iqnn

__ __ _MoaroeCountyr not mean he favors such legisl y.... Key \\'esu,Vl0rid In- '
class matt.rYCRBF.li ;:: : : : lend. to rcshrter -'Bid.> firlillousname j.
second
fc.Btrd at Key west Florida, .
ticularly if it entails a payment : w tyitpe elelkqr t)>e OIrc,il'Mnnrna
Pourt of: rvvaniv. , Florida:
-OF THE ASSOCIATE PBE9SThe .. J" ihASClil'R'F.IDEiI.f
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month to citizen of aFSjH44T
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Ase.elat.d Press U ezclnslTely entitled -
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for reprAdMttof of all new. dispatches credited I
who is 65 or older. t<:, ,
Ie tt or not oUunrlae endued la lids >>a 'erv. tad ( i .
al!_ the local sews published here. As was explained in the ""aTU-S"III-J.J'U) -

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1 p'' <- t_ -! -' < J.is ,signed.the petition hop'tliat'1t. : j i .e ..... ID+; 't.>,w.I'fI4t"'F.'
I t....I, w J aY44 'r ' i ia '
w.. '. in the enactment: of a bill 'that, ; \\ } : :, r! l t B i, h+tlJ: r - FY
ADVERTISING RATE
ialt4ttloau.JJawa'kew .I l iWi hrles ;
I. ;
t" Made Known on Application so-called Sociaj) "
prove J5ecyrity. : iin'HUarr.i: .oa: _Nt., ,
.- "for :JItf-fI linpll'a' an $f. ]lHarring-i ; 15 KM.
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.o JlPBCIU: OTlC&.Y As the Towiisen4} Flan Sou. i ttareaaed.Iwdfre .
AU reading. notice.' rarda of thank*. resolutions ,
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.f rsrp.c.bltaary' notice. ,ina.--ete, wilt, b* been long since throwojntoihe \ IK: bernbic gives.o allwb915 .
. Ifaal '
ir .N'a.
... map 'r >i .dlll.1
caarced for the rato of 1* centra Una.
at
result"of Social and th Peace 'Jl1 -ln M>a. aa .
Net Ire* for entertainment by churches from which a Security..
,l a r.".._ |I. i. b. derived are f cent a line. the i; Wit apd' TrtMwnt_. oXitiA I e.r .
The Citizen la an open forum and Inytte dls- Ion of n .age pensions byimany. f'bariea.1$. } ..fwrJ ur' aim a
encaleat of pabUe issues and subjects 'At :tecal or > t6pletieti.4 CpAwp *. CfcarJen Y
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t Florida for Instance. ... 8 O _. n.,1
aral : 1 .
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.. <:* .. JmPROVEMENTS + }F a.r. too deeea
I:as $15 a month. Of course, some rd. ban fled with that iie oral.|.
Raymond R. Lord, County Judge
'" e complain that that amount .is IB and for ta rar Couatr. Florida,

: FOR KEY_WEST X' too small, but in complaining: her OP plication Final Ammfnt for >.*.r and dherkatge Das made anKiocutrti -
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN ( IV 111 and
pf theMt
give a thought ofththe source: fr< of Charles Dayton Ilarricucton ,
r I. 1 1't I It 1-1-
----- from the ..|JM _eUaae. known an

1. 'More Hotels and Apartments. money comas -another. : ; Charles .K known UarrUwtoo as (".'1}.sad al ,' HELD BY A HAGANAH MH, TABY POLICEMAN aad aa uaidsstfia4 eHIcW. .... .... .. ....

:i 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion. pocket, in one form : Jot*<1rra. ** realize the ... 5th A."1). $
I 3. Airports:-Land and ,Sea: seem ''not to that, in ; : bel>)> Pauline Pear Jiarrtngtoa.As I .Star of David is entered on the wait* and blue flag.

..b . 4. Consolidation County and Florida pensions entail'tKe = ; asp Executrix Testament: of ol tbe felines Last Ttty-Will -. - .-- -- - _.

j, City Governments. several million dollars yearlY4''Vith : ton Harrlna-toa. also sometimesknown d..n. I

.. Community Auditorium.MONOGRAPH state pensions and : :: a ton* <\aad O.as also Harrington Cnarle nnm Unvri D.,* ;.c: : Ii.i. :

i curity in operation, a fantastic .inert l-l r=2a.;aunei. ,1148. '. tl.rrlna-j Key West In J LOUISA'S LETTER
: I
like the Townsend Plan can not r 'a: ,
IT THE nucriT rorRT'er THF.RI.ES'ETH
a. nick -to cut into the .social. 1 JrPICIAJ. Ciurrlr Days Gone By '
OF THK' KTATK OF FI.OMUA. tr To the reader from Minstttippi who VMS** te .know tf be.aq

I To the Voters: States gradually will increase. *, : ; 1 .. lAMI.. Is FOR CHASCEKr. WeNHOK COI .I T5.- AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF one year older than the boy *ae lev** w* belly nsriMpsMMM ,I

Election law ''875.25 forbids the sionsCalifornia pays $55,(a : :: : : :; :: i J .TI'AACE Casr ,..1l.Iex. I THE MAY CITIZEN J5.: 1338 OF : she marries him T will cay the I do Bet see hew uefc a i.*Ue

Social Securityecentually'tYill : A rrudiT LERly LTJ:<: difference in age could be the. cans of eey unhtptae.s.t:! I

distribution of any political panjphlet? I fact a dependable security, instead ; : : ; : ; : I vs.FTELLq_. -Plaintiff.: : \ 'I 1IJIJIJIIZIDIID111.. ........'WWIUIWAJ . J#ow.ver. think that .... boy Vs lee yam f I* f.* tejarr....j!

.. card or literature of any kind ''within: it is at present. :: JIABWORT4' I.TNV.: The streamer headline"*on the at tha present time and: a will t a aJiliaMs te w<... eR .soel two
ly a name, as .
100 yards of any polling place,:but no recalls mart ,OF P1 Defendant.ORDER -l.irTIO\. ) \ i front page of The Citizen today .ars before tolling: ueh a osw.. If yew kr.. hoea't. wafrt J

attention was paid to this 1 law by the The Citizen a TO. : reads, "PAPY TRIUMPHS OVEB"CARO. lor jch-other by that fia iWsk yeu ,wM .. I iv tr r unit
Stella "
duced almost to tears when he l Mae Worth Lynn .
r voters. Elsewhere the restricted district ; 152'. Hay.Aven.s. ,", - to get married.
after having money taken out of .lItrhll1p..1I' :'. .::Jersey..
ia either roped off or shown by ) You are-. .hv retuir.5. t. appear A Spanish War VeteransAux- -
by Social Security when it b : to the must Complaint for ni i- iliary was here Pear Louisa:
painted warnings and that should be \nrrv In the above styled ranne on organized last I am ia first of digit Sefcod slid! .et the itx:...
es
. 1945, that he would be given the or before the ZSlh day 'of June. A. night with Mrs. Fay J. IJtggs as my yaor
done In Key West in the future. IX 148. other 'L e tbe allegation president. -f bit popular. I realiie thai I tarn aet Ike. be* se. ) ...... i'

THE ORACLE sum of f 25 a month'to"secure". : therein Thin Order wflfbr) in taken to he rontriwed.published one. I do try to be kind and .MftaL Whet CM I 4a te swske a.t

. i _. want.. JL we.k.for four 01'00,11"11 weeks Pat Cannon yesterday won the school mates like ma?
:.: "It's better 'forW to ; In The Key ttrt )'lliz"n. a Democratic nomination for member 'j LOIMeOHC Co
: ; pl.JH"r.ubli" h _
ne"i i
ity keep what it has taken from Went|v>n..Florida..OTMInrderrd.. ..this 24th of congres. from this'districtoverHenry I Answer-:
.. II. Filer
NAVY NEW by
ANNOUNCES SHIPS a marginof
So people think that pouuieiiif d> .Js .. beau
remarked May. A: .n. I 48.- many fn
n get a state pension, he '- IiAI.> 'I 401 votes. Cannon, : %9,9531Fjler. but this is not so. Some of t.. homeiWwt ejls. I tove ever kae*
P.055 O Sawyer.terk 29,522.
In an effort to adjust Its construction fully. : -fit the Chrnit Court, were the most attractive and had .. Meet W.ae*. Of Cori
I :Monroe County. Florida.By I beauty is an asset and H a girt 4 comhiiiH ..... with.
o.
to the probabilities of future eM) Anne. C. I. njr worth.Deputy Mi- and Mrs. James Hilton Pin-' ,
proyrara naval No teacher can do much : Clerk. t der, Caroline street, today announced grooming and kindliness she "k' +

i :: ; warfare, the Navy has asked: Congress brain of a pupil.who doesn't want ; Solicitor(Fd) 'Allan for B.Plaintiff CleareJr-. the. birth of a ,son, assured of many friends. 1 ...... lIMe .w io ,
: (! pu41H1 I :may27Jua1.5.15-1118 weighing nine pounds. He has >. But while the homely girl to ., aN 4rrt )
for permission to shift funds from! the construction tkart IIF ..Ief"w.. .a
s 'j been named James Hilton, Jr. handicapped by not having beau .
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of battleships, cruisers and destroyers VETERAN SEEKS !>>THF. riitrriT 'e"&T.or THR -' t jy she J learns how to erophaatte I thi ahseK ,.. ctaratn.t.'
: BCR,"R>THn..A... IRCi IT 51..tt UI...a x
her
Red Cross first-aid good points and works harder
stations
'1 : to a 65,000-ton' () carrier. ,, improved: : 1 '\o.A]'0.08 CTATE.i..."noE ro"'T". will be built along the Overseas, to be a success than her prctt !'.... ._e ...... ..-.. iA
THE
s'submarines and floating "enemy submar The fact that many ; ; on cuescnwv. OF. :,f.OUiDA.tv Highway at Craig, Marathon 'sister does and she 18fMti.... s.11 whe is h.rd.L4ner1 .

.. ine-killers, last war are without adequate \ : is;;fJiititlrmta; ; C.; .:'''b 'fie.; Ramrod Key, Mrs. Grace Phellit's.secreta.ry passes her' by in the race far pSpularity M .....,.. veils. I,

I ,: this time close which to house their families.. :) ; .t:: : tiff of the Key West* .. .land -rd M arson w t
UP0 to nearly 200- fi'/ ..
? f ,: IIVORF'CckRllCt ter, said today. chap-1 To begin with get rid' 0* the 'If yw thtakwet_ as n.
.f 000.0901'11a8 been'spent'on.'triertfSnstruction. ed'by the'recent petition of a 2"l {:;.-.r.rifO' FR ..;,0::.;.., idea that you are unattractive i a arty dig irs pots Ik ,
: > \ : . 'nnal1f'-1
.. of thirteen naval vessels, which would, New Haven, Connecticut, for : : : : :. . :ORDER ,O!' pI'HLWAT1f. Arthut Sawyer Post '.of lie' No girl wild keeps hcncM *w et I itan't .hS tae ... M takrK
.
TfcJ : TO: . American Legion will conduct and clean: by a day .bets Jwr' tlsryr. five .. /wRl tv,
in George f1utkrr.
Tfcr under the new program" be converted or to dig'.foxholes a park. < ',. Route ?fo.UanvjM a.: ; Memorial Day services here .teeth' brushed, her Nit* cteen.j I afMr alt

.1 )put aside for fitting-out; later as new .weapons Frank George, the tw. -. ; are hereby*. lllmol.o.Tou required. to appear May 30. '. on'J\1 and; weltxared for. her awns neat., X tier eM i. dlit Itlfac. 'II

I' are developed.. The money in the old veteran, says that two to tbe Bill of Complaint,- for divorce 'and her clothes clean: and Brass. tar alLtA as alma I ,ihk ,
)) : In the stare styled cause en the :3rd Young People's Service De-, ed need be unattractive. If ywu lilat N.... wtIf 1.a. 1.-
view of the of holes, each ten feet by twelve : : day of Jun, A. D. 194. otherwise
.. Secretary the Navy, JQhn L. the allegations contained therein partment of the FlemingStreet:: have.a big nosq and pretty *y a. ou.IMerti..s.j .

Sullivan, would not entirely lost. seven feet deep are "liveable. In will he taken an conferred.I Methodist Church held_.a ban-',forget jibqut your nose and. w.et j LON I' ,

I :-, What tbe Secretary wants is permis= to the City officials the -veteran : >.NB Florida AND, th ORDERED IC. rd day at of May KeyWent. quet last night" in the church J'' the, colors that draw M4.uiien -
.
A. l>. 1 48. parsonage. ] to your eyes. If you have ......,
Add Yewr
ion to divert the $300,000,060 remaining he needs a home because he and (CIRCl'IT Jvtt'RT REAL: ) hair keep it washed aril .ueh'd I I **** LM** to-

. :' In the ship-construction account to the and child are to be put out of e his ;
; building of a super-carrier le: to serve asi apartment. By: Kathleen Nnltave.Iputy visiting his parents Mr. and" M .': brush: it fifty times' each nsjbtGet 1', '

'4 a base while far'at While the letter represents Enrique qaiaaldo," J,.;. cierK. Stephen C. Singleton, F.aton.j the reputation of brtnf isaHi. J I _-===.
I sea for'plmes with an Attorney for Plaintiff.marlI118.25,148.. street. ty and smelling good sad ..', I! .
11'1 operating radius of 1700 miles. This carrier of a "publicity stunt," no doubt, << 1 forget to use a delydoraltt and a'' .."I'hr... .......... .Myr.Iauss Qf1 l.'..t Hit 1},

it is estimated might cost $124,000- remains that many veterans are } \OTICn OF NFDRMPTIONTiTlCK \ Howard Lowe, first'asSi5ta 1 ] mouth wash. .t .... r .....
keeper at American Shoals)lighthouse Then when know look
+' IS IIFRtUlT: OIVEX hT i I you yaw i 1---- _
.. 000. In addition; the program would include ing because of difficulties in : the Board of Fiil.lKlortrnrtion, ofMonroe who had been in'"Keys your best forget about ywwneL& . . . . . .
County Florida: that In a.cotdanee -
+ "submarine-killer" for their families. Three West on vacation, returned to and think of other
i a to serve as a years with the ironingRenoln- peeeie. TaW I aU-GIHI AM 1l1tAIf0 C
r type for additional vessels and the con- end of the war they are unable tin va. the hereinafter. dewnb Refunding duty this morning. I some of the jobs in sebtml that TRHAHHCOFFEE
floods which were drawn' '
else ..
no one wants and do .. .
truction in the nation t>y lot from all the Refunding
of several submarines ,of an advanced a home they llond of the recpeiiw acne. _.- I Today The Citizen GaYS in well. And after a while you wM

type. lives to save. standing are lulled<<, for redemption editorial paragraph: :1.0-1)find aome o( the choicer pk..i..j' MILLet
ea. i., on .July', 1148. The. Refunding )
.
= : ore falling to Dnn't
The battleship Bondv ju> .I1..ror redemption are you. nay
r : Kentucky and the fiermlted' by dat:. sefjet, number "The "I told you so's" arenumerous snappy things about people evenif'they 4]1
:. heavy cruiser Hawaii would be held in retu'n'e Reformers are always aid maturity!' an follnwutSRRIKS 7-, in Key West today." t .are not as nice to you as I t All Crown

: Pending the development of new good at somebody's expense;; .Dated January January 1.. I16T..ir-Itond} ;-Maturing Namhera i they_ might be. Remember that . .-II . . .. .

.. weapons Eventually, they might be converted 8.8. 14, 38. J.. 25, $1.; i:'. C'*. }Your Horoscope
: SFRIESAO,
I : into missle ships. GOES TO SCHOOL AT -S Dated January-, 1 7-:-Maturing
January I, l* Mr. Sullivan explained to members 19. .tlS SlaVICa
w
Some days are well balanced and .
SERIES "R'Dated
of Congress, who feared that larger aircraft Mrs. Rose Koenig, a native : ; January 1. 197-Maturing this is one of them. It carries a

o :. carriers! might make easier targets gary recently'gr3duated from January Si. ">, IIS.I. tit.Uji.-ann.t.IIS.: 185 lumbers 147. 118.icj. kind and noble disposition, magnetic -'I

f for enemy bombers, that the. experiments grade of a Cleveland school at ; : 24S,. i 253.t' *. J'J. |J84. HI.. Jill *:;. :38. able:talent and fanciful It is a day with that consider-usually

at Bikini have proved that a fast-moving seventy years.The : Dated January SERIFS I. BB"ISS7-Maturing- leads up to positions of trust and J i

:: fleet is an unprofitable target for an tomic lady was educated in : .u :::: : I :9 January*. :31. 2..1. l' ?-Uond Number today's native will rise by his or I

) (''. loo mb He pointed out that while the but decided to attend the public The Refunding Bonds whk-ti have her own merits, perhaps to a
been railed for redemption Khalireae considerable eminence. It is not a

r Navy |ost three .large and two light carriers the purpose' further study. 'I 148, and to hear Mall Interest be payable, a.. of at Jnly Guaranty I-, day of great wealth, though it

: in .the Pacific during the war none The incident calls to mind ;; X. \.Trn..t Company of New York promises success. OUR DRIVERS IIA\E:

: was sunk:: by,land-b sed aircraft. bility that many adults in Key >> BOARD OF riBMC. IVSTRUCTIOXOF :
MONRoi:'; ; {"r-oi'NTr FLORIDA More than one-half of the OtTSTAMINGRhCURIS
have a hankering for educational By: J. Carlyle Robert! country's whiskey is manufactured

1: FARM LEADERS DIFFER tion. Our schools should seek to ; ATTEST: hrma n in Kentucky.
J< Willard )J. Alhurv. !Secretary' OF. SERVICE?!
to
r plans permit such men and may--It

'' It is interesting to note that three national crease their knowledge and to << They are lItMus .ad eo*.
l% THE rixriiT:. Vot. HT nr THR'' VicVctjeiyf 5145r51..1 Hi k ....... 4U.
: farm things K.IK\K\TH CIHCr'IT.1l
organizations differ throughout life. 41 UK 141.
in their
) \ A O FOR VONROR TOI VTl.t, I are w.H iafarmad a...... ikMqs
attitudes toward the question of 'extending TTK Of K1X>HIU,. '1 i of ......., asd ........
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;. f the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act. The trouble with most ; y ,r iv.*r('HaCFHYwl. %.. 1-MM J 11lINKING OF CONVERTING-'SOUR, 10119 their rentes.Thry .

: The National Grange has asserted its ers is that they have nothing \.( :.A.-,V.' DESMARA1S-Plaintiff:; .I.Iv4. I Gl INSURANCE 10 A fEgJrUXEMT ride....varetry Ie .....

;; opposition to extension without -1 .. Dil'ORCEATIOY| flAN?..cpi vwciI>rac MAY K pi.aiaal eaJonraey err busy a
drastic restriction J.t'JN3EPv Ii. CEMTABAIK ler
FREEDOM IN PUERTO .. MADE IM NUITIPLE9 OP $500.BFGIHNINGwiTNI000. yes
i of the Administration's authority Ot1DFJ-4 [ 't'>'liYblCATIYT I..t n.s.nt. I It .is men like enr drfvers
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to enter into trade pacts. wbe ..... eotspaeJes }Iik. errs."Whit
I.dtii'.bi
Freedom it
i seems, has 'J /1kngarlJtk 1 1A4Nar

, .. The National Farmers Union calls for Puerto .Rico where the students : !: -'5tfHin.yer CJareuoA4N., Street I If. . .,

a three-year extension of the Act in its university have demanded the Tnu uare. hereby required. to ap> uEt 1fi1F
peat tonne Bill of Complaint for dl.tbrS >
present form and the 1*:I'., a* U FAR
uie on
; American; Farm Bu- resignation because he refused ) day rJ't.: : ft I,48.; e- Is Good .
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teat Federation
[ '" advocates 'a J two-year re- a political leader to speak at the will betaken as 'confessed therein 0 pAfrTllf ft Far Mr. Downtown >Busts. -
?.nf'wal. .: .. iI' ;, .. ... ,. f r I CotataUllitr
.. b As a result, the university L. edwl tv. pvH. ucd sites a j Routes and 3
r '_ week for four r"- ; -
.. .: < ooiMeoiiir weeks" (EAt b COG4
'. . for the remainder of the current In The Key Went. Citizen a newspaper *tfAlt F.- _
An published in Key WeM. Florida _
executive is qne who cannot work a week of demonstration by PSa aaa aid
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; unless he has:'assistants DOM aad Ordered this 21th dayS. lIa..1 )4apUal
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dents. 'tee. A. F:. 154$. I
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From the above news 'item, Ross Sawyer. _
A dictionary does Clerk of the Circuit Court, I Ie.0 CIIF } ?NeI.
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you no good unless it for
granted that the Puerto ilABro County Florida. MEHT Ke W. 8hftWudud
.::: you 'use '!it; the same observation; applies joy as much freedom as the By: (rd) Anne.C, onffworth.. est T ranslt C e.. I ac. .... CWca -

:"_ to your !brains. 1 ? : .: .. Thomas S. Caro ...-. Deputy Clerk J. W. S.uts. MsaaoarPJioiin
United e.
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Chapters. 1 let thewife support hint--there-''IDw rr as sne* had Vapted 'him to
;'HI nED need no have>wor- was nothing to be-done about.this ,wee osr. although-she-'to4: ;; already
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for fear Mr.own mother situation. ." anticipated tiis reaction 'that liefyrduld YTC
/would...rreoejiize her because of OULO it possibly because'of not notice'any trhang*in tier 1 I ,;
1 tfte Chan*e*that had been affected her mother-and ..'Htldr d's ppearanrea;;all. ." C
upon her at the beauty ulon.When f responsibility toward nerc-. .''-DtamiEl'ay'Lor.did not disappoint'1}
.an*{finally airrvedyeom at the.m&D' that Randy' look the aUitud' ".he\ 'hec in.thi ;.Sbe squmtpd her eyes > .
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1Wroom apartment she did?, V : ?peculayv bsljind Her spcctaiples + i( .i t..
foundMr* MrNauchten m bed tiildred had taken it for g&nfccf ... ,twisfetr'her, >''hfeaciw th .its" } !
with one of her attacks, Her moth.- that some day he'would ask er>wa4 given to severe headaches' marry him. His days were-io.b05t. gray 'sho-t'hai if rpm one side" "to- .
that Mnftacd her to tier bed someUfn"tor -', that it might take him Quite a ipljile|aIU>ther."rtVhat have'yeu *::en d.o-. '
several days. Nerves to get around to it. .* 'i, > 'ingtoyoocsoh!" she aeked. *'Bt-
were the only cause any doctor hade 'Until! teday she T ad been wfllinft
xides-trying.ta.ieet-tutmped j>H.' I ;
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been able to attribute there to. to wait for that time to come,;She mean. The doctor ld-.me -about '
.n4 liar*.her.mother was a bundle had ,never doubted but,that ifwould. {bat. How's.your arm -t1)1; morning -, '
4 nenre; that. was as plausible'anesplan.twn Randy'was not a man, to ? You' look;dirferenC hot :just ,
.. any, make love, lightlm to anyone.,-He [the way jyou .{6hYOu.balr.. You i
T?.. remorse that Hildred had i .WLi.nat yerydemonstrative. But 1 oughtn'4 get yourself jo.;uch fixes:,j 5
Xtuperted might visit her clamped she had taken sucn"bard_tumble you might "not' dots like a diver's helmet over I Tor'him .. .:/ .' next times Ii lik... it lhoUgtt, I|
her shlninily coiflured head. She He had asked her tQ work'under evtrit -is you 'did .j j
aheutd have come straight home; I him and she had accepted-offer. : ,.W : I
mie"always talked .that-way
aM should have been here to waitupon I They had been the 'closest.'.of AllLed
tier mother, to bathe her friends: as well AS co-workers'ever up. But always hfT1e'l
out all right o&e it I
Ahrabbing temples make her a cup : since. They spent what free time Hildred you got !!
smiled"and 1'm
Insisted of hot tea. But Mrs McNaughten Randy bad outside ot clinic hoUrs rjghx The Arm aches:: said,aJitUe.; I'll all I
that everything that could together.-Takinuln"a movie one or try not to t'shot at lead j a-
g again-at
have been done two week drive
had been. "You nights a or a some- '
not soon.At that !
it
any way might
know where-there
there's nothing was not much' .a
anyone can
hot be.a bad idea. -asit had
4to for me. dear. her mother fin- small southern town had to.oiTer rtr--
tainiy started things 1,
rolitng that
'ished.*Vxcept leave me alone until besides these in the'way pf enter -
might ,
have'started
1 gt over ..* tainment.. and Randy droye, her wise .never ban of nerr i &4P.Jr.ph..o)
r.l.tysthad- my .dope.

ing TTll.- sb.l-sve. bait you returned alone' then' like darl the- home was each done evening.. and after came ttreday'swork -'to.tee. 'VP Mamie-do off 'my'.'.face you?like. Makes,it'.th me isway.rl.1 TIC JJ W;TOESNT.KWOW QVTT Z., WHAT'TO DO 'rilh two

-Wor-dutiful daughter she always bad apartment.a cold supper every and.Sunday not feisciut,.whfor !\: j.kind oC naked riryouirmeanrth >s.n. w..what n 'lift!'-trade sviato?$whP.w' ped,a plan> ,.ilea 4t its'-mile*. ai i

He always kissed hergoodnight... m.rno1P. L.1r .'!eadish made'a pot ftct.'TAivdini'with I onlib'com If"Txiolcs'.7'a :.lnstructions.i. -
owing'aad -
p It wu because of her mother'sI She had been satisfied with' the'back'of nv.aieck-, '' . ', '''j
quite
ubd' pyettmy', ea:t'S'-i c! 1 The- little.Wrong. -.Corrigaas react 4iiferebtlTlt ,
fcmaJetc dependence upon her. in things.as they -were-Hintil 4 day.; . ...4ot'1 Way ; tdaim.
"** that many ilildrad more ways than financially. Her mother was sleeping sound some;neww maire- .tip" :'r: t camera \y; Jlsor mt I3odardr tt44ujk: .behind 'pij Vaojherl.at1
had become a county ly. thanks to the sedatives she Had ..."Y u look like :njuVe'dressed IenougtJ.
.,..ft.. The position might not pay taken when lIildred left the apartment -. ."Mamleeowurierttcd dnj'.ly. left Awhile 'J?-yOibldRonnie' ehirspa' high})';nsakes?witl;.the. .
|,.*.,.ill a* private nursing, but it So (hat.if her daughter still "'Cl'here..nothing'\v..r. I with ibu Wili 4f * :
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was steadier with ; i Blue ;Yon I) an assured and looked like a new person, sbehadnot .back-of your ncsand itVno dish
"refuiir_ Ably Also since RonnW sort of: 'lsioldtirq down 'iheso.pRio -seai .. ,w
the yet been given the opportunity trace to-ShOw your-ears, Too bad 'f-' a.y
hours -'ere definite too. it enabledtattier to make suchjliscoveryJ it hurts.Tlle4octoraad to toil you .\; I !,, .... .. ., \
to establish a home for her When she'reached tbV clinic .to takes it-easyttoday: 1 nee eredad -r ., : -"! _
mother. Hildred's other sister was Doctor Randolph Baird was- not' hold with sddingthe lily but when ..
marrtrd and had four small chic there. He had been called out into "OUna.u'h is painted jip that way
dren so that her house was no place the country "perform an'eipqr- ,,11 &how.swhat.nice'm'Outh it is
fore woman who suffered as Mrs.kUrNaufbtn geticjr.operation on A -child ,wno and makes; your -teeth $\y.'W
frequently did.- Her had been coming into the:clinic hew 'wMe .and regular i thEyziare.
oe brother was married to a girl for Mamie too" }
ti"ivhO over a year. Taylor, the ,.s .
refused
to have a mother-m- middle
aged who
woman completed
Mamie'HUdv
!'liw live with them and since -Why thank you.
. this the "staff of the clinic though red
in
was
refusal pleased spite.of herself
was backed up by the fact she was not a registered rruree.' It was nice te'hsve
thaL&two someone;even
.ulht..r-tn-l.w held thq.tsrstrirra. e told HUdred that the doctor.prpb-:
it *
it was, only-Mamie. remark theseunprove1nerts
i. BJ1 the youngest ably would not.come in today. .- : * '
M ;ialighten-never-h I4 a 4<>b forYrhatacad Hildred was disappointed-: 'She <" *-. . i .r
; was perfectly willing to had not wanted to' see .': CX. 4e'rststied) i _
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ON HONOR j j BUSINESS VGOOD-: ?..:AtLUM1'' 4SSO(2ATION. .I

KOIJ.* AT STETSON f I : .; UL'lO.\: } lST. ;
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FOUNTAIN LAKE. ( ),
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.1 -Mr McGregor1 SltodgrasddrpricR TCniigfay ' .t
Ill;Qlp. May .24.- s three ''hobbiespaintingjjcp; .i 6uhced.jtaat the :innual' :' niplirt .
.......Buttan", junior at Stetson and sewing. But : "jf r + '
now ieJG' the Kcy tv i? CH J}, S t hoor: \
UhtvP iSy. tVLinrt. ba been i business. Recently- -rhQi'inace'btuuse a'Alumni' ASsociatfpri 'efSvtofh'" '

1Wf-d',..t the honor roll for .the and decorated it byr afar'; JS pfteiaeht">f1 D i'heldjuv the-'

.. winter :quarter, a* released by inf symbols of her.three'boblil f Elks-"crUbhoi&fc'pnnexor4'yAfe':; 'I *
'II..t.anr-ice. Thb .is in plus her monogram.. A 'nt ," tvening 'Q"U3q'fIe"; addghat L
Dee Iutian tart high ...M. ta the daughter o{ tit make him a shirt : :.'; : '",, Ala\>-27.; ; :' 1- : 1 tM
'Mr."Opit MrL WliUafn F. Cbllirei; The-fad ,caught-on-quickl}: A 3: 'erkettainment and '..daijcerill. : ,
III Fletninc street. Key West. tlti Sruxlcrast is kept busy TAMIng '-:\\ : be,,.held"jand'severalho -
out blouses- nd.. wut rdddresees.rill'1: r' =
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Jcwwh plan call for the hugs hand-painted symbols. _v V'
,... ** ,ai Mit a million arm of .- -- : .. -> Naroiip'aldiid:-<"Aerori the ,; :NE W B t' ) N N'E T ='Madame'Cliianr'Kai-shek nears new -

Oaw H in Pal>>tu.; at presentstsII The population', ttigUnite d brtltod*"X of '.'Atabian: Night;'J I" .straw: hat:at 'Iardenbar/r-, herheiwe at Nankine. Chinacj -
JMOI22 acres are irnga tad. SUk'6.ia&Qday- w..u .wwltio i :Jffame'rt Kd boat.l 3Hn I SfflS A D. :
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j SALONIKA.- '
: relieve Greece of the burden of

; : supporting more than 1200 political -
J refugeethe United Nations

; Special Committee on the Balkans -
i I will ask the governments of

I Ic counirie to which the refugees
han expressed a desire to migrate -
if they will admit some ot
| the. jefueees "as immigrants. j
Th f sero jntrics include Australia
i 1,'FrancV. Syria.: Turkey, Great'

: 1 1e Britain and the United States.
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y Assi ned last October to as-
1 S.'tt Cfccpe: Albania, Bulgaria
) hits.- :.Yugoslavia in repatriating
r r their o fugees, UNSCOB recently
admitted'it-could nU accomplish :
the task because the satellite ,
States refuse dto cooperate.


.Wlio Knows

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nC' '4 I 1. Whi h was the last State to
is enter the Union?
: j- 2. How many pieces arc used in
f A L I. i N C M O R S E i.'lleii nnson.'eowbby film actjr'fr m.Paihiiska..Okla+ 4em strals>.w to threw a horse. Lefts i a chess 'game
his If feot [rem UM stirrup as fall starts.
linso piiUs
Crater and almost.verABUhttJ _
t. : I'p "
Tbeti are read cv. <( j 3. What is dry ice?
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: i known?

i '5. Where are the Sandwich Is-

lanrti? ,
6.'Cer you name the four living -
former Republican presiden-

I 'tial'.candidates?
7; What' language. is spoken f nS.L
Brnitil'. ' ,
Wbict was tKe. effect .of 'the

J 19th Amendment to the Constitution
? -

9. Who said. "An honest man's

J oVd'ls'us f(ood a*his bond?"
10. What is real name?
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The: Answers


I k. .1. Arizona.
t 2. Thirty-two.
I 3. Solid carbon dioxide.

4. terCUr}.

t ___ -i S. They are the Hawaiian Is-
taw a.t lands.
6. Charles Evans Hughes. Herbert -
Hoover, Alfred M. London
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and Thomas E. Dewey.

7. Portuguese.
aid
8. Granted women's suffrage.
H t ' 9. Miguel de Cervantes.

J 0. Dzugasrvili.J .
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E V H T O M E E T _. The FalaIs de Challel.isawrea-by sprint ..freenery. will' !ease the neat United NatienanL J order on Russian merchant
.4 Mys' w N R g.ap-lAaestls to tutsSdntltivft Is in .treise Pietaars "ii'as Mte'toeaarst' goer ef-Libel Tewer. vessels is half military.

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.ARMED SERVICES .' ,
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Jackson Square. Whitahtad Information for the Advertisers
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and Southard StrMt MATES FOR BEUCUAH *mt ii'Alrl R r'1 .
-i BLACKFACE Ti;PEAdrtrttaement Pasiwcwt ftW I
I la1JUI&I:1iII1111mJ1U111111DU meats I..WJ'. m
paler thl* brad regular adrertba a .
Tuesday VUI tie Inverted In The Citizen at rousts _,. tare t=- "
ln, fate of Je a word for cad In- .aeatw clu rt. -
!4T-1 [ 'f 8:30. P.M.-Little Theatre Group 1\#KlU,n,'but'tfce minimum chant fur .1 BLICATI T
rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuf- the first 1. words or tens hi J ac. Ti, 1w'TI' .e .s : .
I : .' fIe Board on the Patio.Wednesday rate. for ftarkfcrr tTW i.. Scwrd a be 'aeMtt... .....Iii.
;Miftd the minimum cbarva for clock In lice a..rsiw t' .,
4t ; tb.,fintli word is e se. of pabtteatfoo.

1:00 P.M.-Fishing Party: Naval 4. "
.. ... .' Hospital Patients. Joint Program
.. :. YMCA NCCS. All dvertlsilDK Is accepted under the folte.rl.e '..... !!> a: 1fllw
u : ct T.at'of error IB advertivinff, tran.l.ttt er cvintract. 'Pf+.Cfr ..
8.30 P.M. Ye Ole Country Parre Kponible otil for tfie firm InsertioB In n.**Mtr4 tf-rt:_ :,
t r '" tyfeaturing Square Dancing Ilt.irlaV. *4Tr l.l.c for only the arlval amoaiit if **.: '
part-of tae ..dTertis.m.Dth.re the error ocrar
: ., ., t' Virginia Reels. :
: ., ... .. I 10:15 P. M.-Weiner Roast on, the ..' '* ,. . . . . . . . . ., .V,, .

i, Patio Grille.'S ., : FOR SALE I FOR SALE 4\.+
t P"w E Thursday I

I k 9:00 P.M.-Dance. John Pntch- Used electric refrigerator. 7 cubic'feet. One blue and one Petiian ...,J;.
and His Orchestra.
ard
I Friday 1933 GE model. Requires j bathroom set Complete. a.w.
new unit otherwise good con Merrill E. Robert.
8:30 PJlI.-Bnagc, Pinochle .and .
Movies dition. Call between 5:00 and j Contractor. No. 3 Hva
tl
Saturday 6:00 p.m. 613 Eaton SL | Phone 14*%. After C642M IL '
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8:00 P M.- Movies may252txi .

1 1 10:15 P M.-Second Show fea- .,.
| ture announced at the Club. 1 cabin' boat 20 ft long. 8 ft : 1 Business place $3.660

t 1 Sunday jtntic.60: h.p. motor. Boat in i on one of the heel ..

9:45 A. M.-Java dub discus good"condition. No reasonable | Key West $1.806..... .

: sion Group. offcr-'above $300 refused Fully sale. Inquire 1266 '

11:00 AM. "Go to CHURCH equipped. Write P.O. Box 724. Street Itti .

Parties." :Key West Fla. may25-3tx ;;

3:00 P. M.-Classical Hour, selections . J i Large Stork line eorctae. _

announced. Wi'shing'mac, $25.00. 1217 iPetroma lent condition. $ij0 .
-. 0 3 00 P: M:Fellowship Hour on Street ma>25-1 tx tEffete 513 William Street..' .
i t CAIlrepln.to) the Patio. Community sing- .

; GOV. .THOMAS E. DEWEY of New Ycrk smiles broadly as he ing, Beatrice Moreno .at the largo' .-
dining room set very
:'examines.:Associated' Press retunrs in the Oregon Republican Piano. bookcase, living room set Also Will sacrifice one K
Hour.
10:00 P. l\L-CoUee
'i presidential primary which showed him winner over Harold E. Camera Club meets each "Teeta<; Babe 704 Wadded \ with case. $119.89.114.1

: Stassen. former governor of Minnesota. Dewey. is checking re Thursday at 8:00 P. M. .Ycnue. Phone 1144-W. i Chica. ExtenaioifcBullard.

turns in Seattle with Harry Wall .(right) of Chelan. Wash the. G. S. O. 'meetings (Girls' Service .. - ma>% -ltx i iLady's .

; Dewey chairman in the State of Wash Dgt n. Organization), every 2nd

and 4th Monday. bicycle. excellent condi-Westinghouse T mind-mjjMtt. at
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.; Game Room: Chinese Checkers hopigage shotgun bolt ac- matic waaher. news, 4S ,.

: VFW Auxiliary Room Mothers9Buffet chess card, ping-pong pool, Lion, never been used, reasonable I crate $3666. oft ft.eie
Phone 15 -R.12tMteT
t writing desks library current 615' Fleming St., Apt. 3.1
Organizes And Supper magazines various table games upstairs may25-3tx
S i etc. dc luxe
i Showers tennis rackets golf I Take any 5:1
Elects Officers j Set For June 1 clubs. fishing. lines, cameras Will sell 3-bedroom unfurnished Ramon Navarro. Ph

r. 'I checking service, film service, house for $6000. Down pay 613 Caroline Stre C. '

The new 'Sea Fmigee Cooti- The Room Mother of the Jr- mailing and wrapping packages lyat'.l 1000. balance $50 month- user.....

"- rtte Club. No. 371. of the Ladies 1! Sr. High School P.-T.A. will have receiving messages phone booths, *. annual interest Write

Auxiliary to V. F. W.. 3911, was a buffet supper Tuc<*la). June stamps, railway express service, PO Box 24. ma>25-3tx Pressing ChA.i GuutJ

III installed Sunday. May 23 3 p. m. 1, at 8 p. m: at St. Paul's Par- available to SERVICE PERSON; wood bu net IJ otpe
NEL. Twin Hollywood beds. Simmons 869 Du\al St. ,
in St. Mary's Parish Center 1021 rish Hall. nn Bahama street tit
.I.t j I Lesleigh Davis---Director. iron double bed. large mahogany ,
Duval street I Gerald Pindcr-Program DiI slass-top coffee table bras I Four lots. Big PHM Ky. .

The installing officers, members '3/r. Mrs. Baker rector. fireplace: set Singer electric I i I from beach B.na.oaUa. A-
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of Las Papaguyas" Cooti- I Beverly Buchanan-Secretary. sewing machine, mirrors, bookshelves I I ply OJC. Shoe Shop. *,

Return To Home I Doreen Cruz Information lawn dishes,
mower
tttc Club of Miami were; Grand JOrganizer J
;. Desk Aide.Subscribe . glasses other items. 517 Eaton.may253tx.
Iona Howe grancL.tcratcher
.' ; t Mr: and Mrs. Lionel Baker I Bungalow. small stare
Edith Sncll; rustling to The Citizen. and lime glove on. feet't:
: ha,,':" returned to their home in
louse, Bernice Shuman assistant '
; Antique Victorian furniture small lots size 56' x 126' each. il gee.
New. Orleans, La, after .pending
I .,..4 rustling lice Edith Conley, i vaea.on.here with 'relative FOR RENT-APARTMENTS walnut desk, carved gentle section. This ran be boufM' *a
Virginia Fisher ja man's chair platform rocker terms. Johnson
j. and Sarah_Lind- easy
I j3aksiis twinected with '
I. -s-. r {theMr. Furnished apartment. 3 rooms chairs, drop-leaf table 517 son. Phone 372. tsfy.x
Say. -\ : Army Transport Service. and bath. Maid and janitor .

; .,- Five new nits were-S n!ydted '/" service, linens and utilities Eaton., mav25-3tx' .
Phimbmc !tl+, ftes.
trtinng the ceremonies; Florence'fclomon oIIHlmmuturtIJlUW! / >sllitcltlrllluluntalun1 n". furnished. c$an p
Summer rates. Coral - WANTED TO 'BUY stock. Plastic tile
. I pafel*
i Edith Whitney, lI .
j Hotel Apartments,
opposite
.N.C I boishes. Murray's
- .. *\berg, Daisy Curry andAfter Vera 1 :C.S. Post Office. ma>21-10t x I
o :'''"ood. Second-'hand lady's bicvclc Rea 1532 NW. 62nd Strt
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j 1021 ;Duval Street sonable. Good condition. Phone Fla. Phone 7-3411.
the installation core 1] Efficiency apartments. all utili i93-W. .
-DEFENSE may252txFOR
inonic's. the club held a hort i FORCES tics furnished. Adults Also -
fniMne- meeting to elect office, I! PItOGIL\\1: only Nine-inch electric tan:-i4t.r8.
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$10.00 to $12.(X
sleeping rooms. .
appoint delegates for the RENT arty & Cor a-M OlW s. .....
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cncairpmcnt dUlit111UtUUp111lIDU11111111U1U1111UtUUl1t11U111111 lr' double. Stutz Hotel 410 Flem- Packer. Call 157. ..
to be held at West Palm : 1 Street ,y
Beach from Juno 12 through j I TUESDAY ing may7-t Store to let 35x60. At 218 Simon-

Juno 15, and to determine when 10:00 0..141. 12:00 Noon-Navy i ton St Call H. Altman. Phone Public Service: K you wagt' _
and how often the club would Wives Bowling at SubmarineBase Furnished 212-room apartment. I 632. ma>21-tf sonaL honest sobec, aoli. ]

hold mcctmcs Utilities furnished. $69.00 scientious plumbing Mflfcl. _

Officers clectod; Chief gray-', 2:00 PM: 300 PM. -Naw 915 monthly. Couple only Apply i Lqvely three bedroom house with i me prove you ran it. Hint
Windsor Lane. f *
hack. Edna Rgs Johnson: ladyhouse ,! Wives .Red Cross First Aid I mayll-t I large' garden for adult familyonly. 853. i '

Edna Arthur: baby Ious. |i Class at NCCS I To January first $100 maylS-sat-tuc -/ . .
Helen N scratch Flor 7:30 PAL New apartment enclosed pore h. I monthly Telephone 1021-J.
>berg; 10:00 P.l\1.-U. S. Na- electrical continuous

cnce Solomon: shekel keeperDaisv Cal Hospital Party, jointly hot water.refrigeration Phone, 215. I r ma>24-6tx 1

Curry: crummv chaser. with American Red Cross '
Lena Ruth Plowman: Pious. louse t!! (2nd Tuesday). mayl5--tf f WANTEDPOSITIONSober For Sale 4PASSENGERPI

Mary Smith: Louse Hunter i I 700P.M.830PM.-U. S. Naval ; *
Edith New, modern furnished apart and reliable
wants
Whitney rustling louse Hospital Entertainers to painter
Nell Haury: assistant ru>,thns''!.. Wards (3rd Tuesday). nicnt. Couple only. $100 may214tII month i I job painting Can be seen after
Phone 226.
louse Vanessa Saunders: i\orv_ WEDNESDAY I 5 p. m. at 1107 Varela.

.. louse. Mary Bryan: tightwad. j j I" 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards.I bedroom apartment. Electric may22-3tx

Mclttma Riss The one appoint : Ping. Pong, Writing Room, STEAMSHIP
| kitchen. Near Ocean. 1426 Vernon -
4 cd officer was: Ink slinging louse Shout HELP WANTEDFEMALEPosition

3 : Vcra C. Wood. I I230PAI. 500 PM. Ave. maj: 24-2tx
-Hospital
FOR RENT-COTTAGES
The Sea Finigees '; will hold Patients' Fishing Party. joint j available for salesjedv'. 219.fl. Irnplli, 15-ft. bram.Carries .,

: their first meeting Tuesday Jun program, JCCS, YMCA and j I. Must be typist and correspondent. -
I. 1948 8:00 P. M. at Rustling I Red Cross. I Furnished. new one-bedroom cottage Collins, 503 Duval St. 23M pa+ np.

: Louse Nell Haury residence on f 7:00 P.M. I near beach. Adult couple 20-5tx- 'e3 t ,
. 8:00 PM.-Boxing only. No pets. The Price Organization may Single< MTCM Write . .
: Margaret StPiano '
Training. PAL EQuipment. Realtors. 411 Fleming Iniriier.
7:00 P M. 8:30 I STORAGERed
l\f.-Scwing St Phone 124.
; Recital At I Class Navy Wives. 1-tues-thurs-sat-U Luhcrlcci.t, HUU wjiuwt .
7:30 P.1\1. Brick Storage Co. Furnitureor
8:30 P1I.Spanis.1l feet l1 f "|tar ", nitb K- '
COlll'elli Ton igh I Class for Beginners; Miss REFRIGERATION commercial phone 793 .
l Remond instructress. may 11-tf fool CI<<1\er Lest h r.rExjuipped .

8 30 P.M II 00 P.M. "i
Mr. and Mrs. II Hennquez (.f -Dancing. Holbrook Refrigeration Service FOR RENT-ROOMS tt rookififSecond .

506 Virginia street announce the THURSDAY domestic and commercial. Work nl"'oil.._
yOO
rental of their A.M. 5:00 PM.-5ewir.g guaranteed. Free estimate on
piano Jerrv
son. ,
Henreque. to be given in St. Machine. Type .ritc:, Writ- complete overhaul. Call 724W.. Light housekeeping rooms, $5.00 sleek dUO "|ttrtfeel
ins Uoom Showers. to $1500'per week. 411 wit
Cecilia HalL Convent of Mary may 19-6tj. ham Street. if p.ire.' nf wUefl .
FRIDAY ma>4-Imox
Immaculate toni;fit. uann ft. h ikncejtn
900 AM 500 PM 4J.
In September flf this ht. -Sewing FOR SALE-USED CARS
year Machine. Typewriter Cool furnished room with private '. fluor { be |
will finish his course at the S'ler- Writing 1'Urt' u!*t '
win Conservatory of Music in Room. Showers. : 1940 Buick. special 2-door. $300 entrance. $::.00 per week ai'O niJhl ..liib.l "
704 Eaton
Chicago. 'I i SATURDAY Call 1100 Extension 308. Street. ma\2o-3tx i

i i,100 i PM. 600 P.M Picni G I maj22-3tx ,\ f) 3 rd. open tlf>..L

Fishing (sign uo in advance). OVERSEAS HOTEL WHITE TO
:
Fern
(:IUIIJIIITo i I SUNDAY I 1937 Old mobile. 2-door sedan. 917 Fleming Street JUIKS: \%',tIU: ()ta. JR.
1C:30 Ail 11.30 AM. Com t j I I ;
Meet D/i .$395. 37 Rest Beach. Phone Weekly Rates Hotel Monteleone
Friday I, munion Breakfast. White 1530-W. may 24-Six $300 to 10.00 without Bath New Orleans. .
-- 1 I Hat Club, U. S. Sub Base I $12.00 to $1500 with Bath I l Louisiana. I
1 is Fern Chapter No. 21. Or-ier of (2nd Sunday). 1942 C
b 4 I Nash. 4-door. radio heater may 10-tf
the Eastern Star '..ill hold a red; I I I t:00 PAL 700 PM.-Fishing scat covers complete motor --- -_ --- -S.---- .- -_

ulnr business ;nesting J"ndavf :;: Trip (sign up in advance). I overhaul: 79:;. 38 Rest Reach

j. art-mug at 3 p. m. at the Scol-1 I I Information services, housing, ,I may2i5txry : I mi: "
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twit Rite Hall city maps. .
corner of Eaton I

and Simonton streets. Past !Ma ''I "Religious literature Libra .I 1910 Buick. Special :2-door $SOO. Key West Floor '
't. from'; and Past Patrons will lie I', telephones, stamps, wrapping and Call 1100. E\L 308 ma -253tx ; Covering Co.
hunoied mailing
during this meeting packages railway e -
press !service, laundry 132 DUVAL STREET
pick-up--j j MISCELLANEOUSWashers PHONE 1K1..
i I Seek I)i forces I and available their families.to all defense forces" lias Just llccnliNfiufr*/


Petitions seeking divorces were MRS E.Executive S. COUGHLIN '!. fans repaired., irons, OBnaLl.vacuums Phonr and I Exclusive Distributor in Key West:

Secretary 1164-M. I
filed vesteidav in the office of I MISS HILDA CASTILLO. mayl-tr
for"Kentile"
Ciu-uit Court Clerk Hoss C. Saw-
Secretary. i For guaranteed plumbing and
ycr.by James Arthur Kellaaimt I repairs.
I .
3'i
- Free
: Mildred Alice Kelly: bvWmola When Grover I estimate. CaD ASPHALT
V. Dcsmarais aaint'I.urlz.l'r the Cleveland was' John Curry 512 Margaret St TILE
Democratic
candidate for j Phone 781
II Desmarais: by Margar- President in the bitter mayl-tf Maker of the Finest
rt Christian Aston Demon against Prcj1 1 Blended t:Colors
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, I Owa.nhp.Management 909 Sinionlon St. : 718 DUVAL Nice ,Selection STREET of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS PHONE 1000 ':. I t is Fl-pfrinal- , WE w E REPAIR SELL i mIX T i : .'..1 1S. .; POOR OLD CRAIGService i fl

:.. Of BENNY FERNANDEZ ': Plenty of Action Toys for the Children : We Will Call For and Deliver ;: -S.WHITE STARCLEANERS :; Station :
- SEE OUR Years Experience In ElectricalWork, ';: 0'
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; Electrical Appliances : : J. H. BRADY. Maaagw PHONE IIMFraada :
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: .LUNCHEON. 11:30 to 2 .............*........1.._?..... *............ . r' l.LcQLI..J. : 211..Duval'StreetTELEPHONE :. : Marco Mew Jr. Prop. .. and Drrfeloa Stneta .
.. Z .DINNER. S to 8:30F .... .. .... 55555 .. ., '. ': 701 DUVAL STREETS : Tires Tubes Batteries Auto Accessories :
...:.f"i. Il ELECTRIC 41FUNERAL : 822 SIMONTbN STREET Tour PURE OIL and GASOLINE Dealer" :
The Best of Steaks : HOME\ SUN1JRYSTORt}. ..'...I. ,.. .. ....." .,..:.................'.:.......'. .: .............................................
.. Short Orders'Sandwiches : ...ii.kl..., ..!. t........ :,.........,...,-" .55..... : Dry Cleaning ........ ........ .. ..... .. .55.
. At AU Hours ': : 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE ST. .:; : IP-: )t. H ':' : : : and Pressing
: TROPICAL Try Our FrosenS DRINKS : : Tour Patronage InYited,1:... !:e:,! .:,,,..i t.i.t,.. ,'. RD ..,.. ,RUSSELL'SDRY '. 24-HOUR SERVICE : RADIATOR: :SERVICE :
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. 4 Opcn Daily and Sunday. : Ice Cream Proprietary Medici1&1. \ Delivery Service : NOW
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:........................ Sick Room Supplier School SuppliesToilet 1106 OLIVIA STREET .: : and WOMENMai1r : AUTO AND :
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: :: MUMFORD. and ROSS : WE HAVE NEVER, .0.' in : .......................It ........................5.......55...5.......:
---220 DUVAL STREET .: 11&\UfY "
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I : FURNITURE CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributor for : : WE NEVER WILL '.: .. Women's and : CAROLYN SIIOPPE :
: : :! LOPEZFuneral Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming St. : :_
720 DUVAL STREET Carrier ;
AirGonditioningfor f
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.:' : Jin'mile Furniture Ambulance ServiceTelepJione : : Children'sApparel '; .:. : .1...r:; DONALD BARBER 5 "
: HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE: : : Domestic and Commercial Use : 548 : : : : Service v We Specialize In : ,
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: 133 PHONES 8150 : : :
: ...Y.......................b..................... .,., Neyer Sleeps :'_ : Established: 1885 1 1 5a Scalp Treatments Hair Dyeing
; Plastic Inlaid Congoleum ; .......................................5.555.....':. ........'... .. '\..., .- ...-.......... .................a........*. / Phone 175 ALL TVRKK PE HMAA or KNT BKLR WAV&S IB CI7BTUSTELL'S s
Axminster' Broadfelt 5 ...e..4.....................................A*.1 .: Licensed Funeral 8.........555........5......r.............555
RADIOS andAppliances ElectricRanges j :: Directors and : ... . .. .. 5. .... ... .....
: : BOTPOINT. J. A..MYERSi tIi: Enibalmcrs24Hour a/ : ; : BEAUTY NOOK .1

I : Refrigerators. Disposals and: Electrical Appliances' : :: : Scientific Beauty Culture ., :
"Terms Arranged" Washiii" Machines for Immediate Delivery .: :. LicensedPAINTING. :. .. 1 : in All Branches -
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: OPEN TILL 9.00 P.M. : Ambulance ,1 : Thoroughly Experienced .' :
HOME APPLIANCE
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5 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .........................................5........ FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED : St. LV :

.............................eeeeeeeeeoeoeoeeeKey .r : Telephone 3127 114 Duval Street. Jefferson Hotel...., ...I :. Phon....135. .-..Night.....69S..... :5 637 536 Fleming..... ............ ........
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: PRICE TOURS 1 West Garden & Lawn Supply .5 When You Want FASTER, BETTER : .....5................. Former Customers. Friends and the Public Invited .

: : 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 : : FLOOR SANDING : Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS i ii : Frances Beauty SalontI

: ReprcarnUUve Passenger :: i rr Full PET SUPPLY Line : : On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE : : : : Frances Park. Owner STREET ::
: 1010 GRINNELL :
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Work Modern i :
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; : forFLORIDA :, : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line : : Beauty Culture in all if* Pha*" :
\ DOUGLAS TREVOR : : CONCH SHELLS : Treatments :
EAST : Courteous Service and Delivery : S J. : Permanents Scalp
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.. ....................-..........-................. 1829 Harris Avenue Phone 1374-R : :.. .. : Facial Shampoo Manicuring :
COAST RAILWAY ........... ............ ,55555555555....555555555..5.............................. 5 : ...t)...........Appointment.............Phone.....1331....5.....!.
: ..Looted: Hex : .... .e....5.........*... .........555...5555.55...........5 COCOANUTSSPONGES :. .................................................

Save 20% ; Marl and SoilTOP i: : : / .' 9 CASA CAYO :
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; DR. COBO'SOFFICE on dwellings Ire Insurance i Landscaping, :. : Marion s IIUESO 0\: :

{ mercant115. b r INSURING with 5, : SOIL.S5.50 PER YARD or $1X0 PER SACK : : BEAUTY SALON !. : t
bldgs. house- : $5X0 for 4 YARDS : Will Ship fo Any Part : :
S : MARL HAULED. : "Southernmost House In l/JSLA. ,
: Be FLEMIIVO at of La Coach STREET Hotel S hold tonal: ..sects.Atlantic Mutual t I Fire I Insurance Co. : Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spreacl-Vel'7: Reasonable : ; ,of US or Canada : :: 1400 DUTB. Street Telephone 1314 :; 'P4.,, .,11)) : i
AU Policies Non-Assessable : S. Palacio : Hair. ,Hair Cutting// 't : .
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: PHONE 124 ; Mercantile : Personalized Permanent* StyJingv'* : ( I
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:: Ride the Bus to the ; i B. &B.. CYCLE : : 118 DUVAL STREET : : REAL ESTATE Sag or Finest :

: COLr' COURSE sr : Daily and Sunday : ., .. ia .Permanent
822 Fleming St. H.M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 Open :: Sales + ; Waves . .
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; man Motor\ ScootersSales : SERVING : Appraisal
lLS Beauty
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Also A La Carte and Sandwiches :' Rentals
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: I II .. : .t Rental.Smice : ...-REASONABLE........................PRICES......eeeeeeeee*.-..: : Management .. 521 Southard ., ..
TAKE .Buddy Seals 5 ........ ... . . .. .. ..........' :. Properties ImproTed In and Key: Vacant West S, Street
: BUS : Parking Flags : 5 : : ad Monroe County i Next to South- !\
: N0. 1.t ; r i. INSURANCEFIRE .' ernmost BesutTSchool :
't.N to the e / .WindshieldsFootrcsts :. J. OTTO i L All Licensed ,
q COLFLUlU ; WIND AUTO BONDS : : KIRCHHEINERREALTOR ; a, BeauticiansSpecializing :
: ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : k
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: 411 Fleming Street : Most Modem
BICYCLES and Key West Insurance Co. ::
: Also DAYTON ; 913'Vbitehead: Street Phase f ,
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STEELCOTE RI BER ENAMEL : 91S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1>71 : Phones 124 and: 738-R ; Beauty Culture
: KEY WEST GOLF CLUB : s .' .

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i WASHING MACHINE : : FOR SALE : :r : Daily between 9:30 A.M.and 3:30 .i : ...
{t..., : Our Customers Mutt B. ,: Your Entire House with : : : PMt-Appointments are acceptedfrom : I "a I

i i. i RepairingMECHANICS ; :. 820 DIVISION Satisfied STREET PHONE i"1380 : INLAID LINOLEUMor 524 STREET SOUTHARD OFFICE : r 1,/ public by TheSouthernmost Senior Students of ,l., ..- ,


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Not Salt-slum : .. ............................................. r
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Methods ......................................... PHONE RO. 1 of Beauty Culture
Factory : ; TELEPHONE 1454 FOR ESTIMATE :
by Trained M.a i' DRUM BAR and 1 a/ ,,, 1 523 Southard Street \ J)
-, : EASY ABC. MAYTAG ; KeyWest -TIlE- ; There are a number available with over 860 hours :
KEMMORE SPEED DEPARTMENT 1 of state approved instruction who know the latest
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culture. These student beautician,
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QUEEN: and OthersClinic PHONE till s PorterAllenCompany r phases beauty
1 : 82S DIVISION STREET / under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of "
t. Wringer Hull : "We Deliver"- ; Floor Covering Co. i : beauty culture do food work at very low prices. Although
appointments are not required. it is advisable ;
Beer in Town :
Coldest
TRADERS : _Best Drinks and For Appointment .

: THE 130 DtiTal 1431 Street :: ::.......Packaged.........Goods 5......::::::::::::::.555555.......:;...._.!1'.!.!.130!.!.!DUVAL.!......-STREET.----::--:-=......KEY....WEST.5..5..FLORITA........5: f..1 1 /........523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537.........:

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S, FANS $500 to $4900 May Clearance Sale COWBOY & SONS

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5 : JOHN R. WATSON. Maa9
Food Shopping IF" CASH or TERMS 1M.1.j: : 1 Regular SI2.35 Values S10-35 : : S

lie SUM to Get . . : ::: l\IEN'S\ I ANTS Regular $10.95 Values $7.35 : : PHONE 503RLANDSCAPING :
TheRadio Fastest
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: : : Ladies'! COAT SUITS IIALIMMUCKLadies' :
.) :, aVo&uit f Repair DRESSES u Greatly Reduced
; Just Arrived-TWITE DRESSES :
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1 / ENRICHEDBREAD Service : : for GRADUATION Essential Beaulificalion :
Table Cloths' :
i : Couch Covers Linens Curtains Plastic
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ill South FGlri._a and Aprons Silverware Radios Electric Irons Tree Surgery-Tree Removal :
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Thf Foundation of Today' : "' "Convenient Terms Arranged"

I : Veal Planning .I AI's MusicCo. : : HAMILTON( MERCANTILE CO. : Hauling-MarlSand-Soil & Rock i iExcarat.ing
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Have TELEPHONE 1512 : by the Cubic Yard :
RALPH rARALDO 1'eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee'' PHONE: : The Latest 522 Southard StreetPHONE & WHITEHEAD STREET Near Corner' Angela SUeeeeeee : ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN .:
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1 (Peinted by G.v. Earl Long *i. Louisiana: io".ti1J the U. S.;:senate,vacancy caused by the death of II' particular( -- -serves community
;.Seaator John H. Overtoa.,. They are'in thegovernor's,'office at Baton Rouge. Left to right ,
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of business
famed Concord slge.t'SS3yist.. .' American are through .
poet philosopher and! thinker! !.%
1 ". t born in Boston.. Died 'April ,27,jk; .
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I r.; , lie founder 1847-John Apostolic of the Church Alexander Christian*,.;ensallbnal Dowie'l'|''i\I:' or an especial need : to fill, CITIZEN WANT ADS are the : J

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-. land.1866 Died- Carl March EXjSchultze 9; 1907.,e cartoonist ,,t' most effective- economical, and of
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TWO HUGE: WATER SPOUTS,MOVE.through the Gulf of,Mexk American bomb, in Nt>rmandy. > .
10 miles off Crand 14.'Louisiaaa..They: are near'the spot : July 27, 1944 i iJ' ''. TRAOl : : ;:: .

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: 18oO-Henry W. Grady, famed, i oJ ; ,
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and orator, born at Athens. jtCa j t.4, '' ,
Pii -1 23.,J 1889 Died untimely, at 39, Dec '! "',,' '! 'o" ca 3Jm rp \".
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1854 Richard Mansfjeld,, : : .: :: ,,
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THIS AGED MAN at Lawton. Okla.; deist be is Jesse James. i MT C .
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the' Constitution. Lawton newspaper ears it has proof that the ia (.otoc rM at ini&a aea. I & .

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SpOrrSll :Beats ;:'Veterans "-, ., ,J:: T--i;!I PhilBes> i Niek: -league-/---:: -," 1 -:.- '- JOCKEY 'AND._ ;.-,'MOUNT. .. '!" : IN' "NOSE) FINISH J.


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Game Last Night At Bayview Park!.i .. ---1.;JUfnF..L JJJaL TWBEE.4IITTER .

;, Class *A? Batting { FOR Pf1ILA.I I

HOSPITAL f 1.AtJGllTRnSJ'OX1 v- _._.. :' F.r..Pllt4 POPGF.RStj1N
I.-And Pitching i ] Data ,_ .. ; 0

FLYERS: IN SRC.: SKIP" AIJ5XANPFJC; PCA ftIED\IJSf. 4Y WIN ONE''aT'T

ONE C AMKIIV; 17 TO 7 .., s . -- 'k .. .\JJ J! 4 jT d y ':: 4ya.et ref >rr.*\ i
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J con: .. .I.. a-Aitting.aed. pjiphiogaft'released. ( aierage, Rie i# e J.or ; Philadelphia Phil.

''j.- .. r:: .Cor pUbl&tioriby -tPdaT I., 4)rfe,) b three* \LWtter at 'tbc t.. j

Bob's Sport Shop nude it four J Official" .oeIEeies:.';..PednAguilar. s' .4.dinala last nighfjind .
straight from the Vets of For-
for the Class 'A" Soft
:
( ia4,.easy' & I
by a score d G .7r0iie.
eiaa Wan last night' mi Bayview b.q.Lcaeuel. fphavrr' rs s > J
Park. It was one" of the foot l.a{ ay1swasPlaveti $to.1 Jtjouis starting pitalaer 1 a Ss S
pUyed th and both
garnet : year
e ." Jack ViHarf> BSS26 16 15 .5'1G! to'be relieved. .i \
pitcher were in chape and each
BSS 7 2 4 .57($' .
fanned two and Roherti hit three i aS C. Albury. JJrouklyn Angers finally, cant 4 : ,
t ., Stinnett. VFW 15 4 < .533: i to life !
battrra: and easily' defeated V tb.
4 0 2 .500<
In the nightcap<< the Naval 1 i. Sabola, VFW Cincinnati Reds
H<*fMtal slaughtered. the Vx.1 Roberts,!BSS 22 10 II OO( : 9 to 4. Roe 1in1
Flyers by a 20 to 7 seme.la Joe Mira. BSS 25 e I 11 .441 : lied the R ds to eight hits.
the first game both club Casado.BSS19. 9 8 .42: : IA the only' other game in ei

failed. to get a bit in the first two Bailey S4 __ 5 0 2 .40* User of the big leagues yesterda
frame la the third Frank : O'Neil, S4 16 6 6 .3781 the Detroit Tigers defeated .the
Tynea got the first hit of the I Barber; .BSS. ' 19 4 7 ..36JJIancock. Washington Senators 5-2. Newhpuser I A r trt.. a.1.r
BSS 17 8 6 J5JHernandez pitched well fur Detroit. '
game, a sharp single to right. In Results THE SUSPENSE IS BREATHTAKING as Jockey Marvin Final hugs on UM head tA Msmount.
I BSS 20 6 9 .35( :.
their- half of the third the Rob'Rboy. ;
ki' I DUtito. before hitting the in the mile and fcalf km-
M y ( ground as hi. comes e cropper one.
8 7 J5 -
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two Caiado' ; Valdez NATO?(AL: LEAGUE -
runs. : x
scared at Belmont Park in New York.Friday. Photographsr Mike Sirico made fikb photo Hnhhcf
race
HigginbothtnilAD3': : 01 .333 the .
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singled W renter and Castro bunt* : : c'';; )Slight Game -
ed safety. Fallon threw wide toe<<\I!I : J.Gu'CIa.VFW; ; 15.2 ,5 J32 R. II. E ::: rider'and horse parting company.IN. . .

first and Ca.ado went to third, \1] e- Santana: ,- BSS' '2f 13 8 .333 Philadelphia t C; ii (. _ _, _, _- I
a passed ball Castro went to seend. I Ab3to'nv\n. 22 -5 7 J3CS.GriffenrAO Sl Louis -' .,. '- '2, : :
Barber popped out and Sanj j J : f V f : V : t J W u.:4\D' '':- rl6' 2' ;5 .312''. : : Br 3 3rDubielVand.'Seminickr : : i'OnAY .-HISTORY !r GINGER CAKE "SNAKE" Foil TRUMAN' ,

tana s Aped out but *-1.t Aceve . ,, a : : -4.Y73 :.2 4 ,30'Stenger 8talyarid-Rice'.v; i -' : ; I! >? : ; ''- Know America)

do hit one to deep left ctntecthat -. ., .- .. _. w._....,_," ,. .,'_ . S4. -}_iG" 9, C;; .301'' : _, r. . ( I. r i
fur tripleand both IIugues; 'SI'r : J3 W.4 .30' ' V 2SQ-.Lowest financial depths t'sllx _
went a f AP' ., -' t. : R. it E.Brooklyn .
\VU-ephot4jl '
; : the' Revolotion-wwn Conti-
YFWI 135 4 J01 fit
runners scored.' Jack Villareal Hopkins, 's i. . I
flied out. STEWART "SKIP" ALEXANDER (right) autographs a Walker, )BSS. ,*. J3:$; '6 4 ,30'? I Cincinnati ' . Q9' 3 ijkntal money wasn't worth a_: ;.
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!In the fourth. Vets broke "I caddy. Bob Higgins. after winning the qualifying 1 itt Villareal.: Aqi 2041 C30. ( :\Roe- and '.Edw w. .. Peterson tCtjitinentinaJ' !' .
ice when Masters walked. the PGA tournament at St. Louis. His 36-hole 'ba1J''i''i''i'bia C ;BSS-Bob's :SpoK.',Sl lip. WalU'rs.and Lamanno.;. [Tl825 Tbe< American_ Unitarians ,#

...4e second. The catcher threw quailed the ricord.SUMMER. -vf wiz; ; Veterans: of .Foreign '. Gciation' funded in Boston' ''

wide to second and Masteri wentto _ _n___.. . Wars:L.SfSub11." iAMERICAN LEAGUED 1898-President McKinley issue rt4 rlr. f
.- '- -c- 0 '; -- call fQr.1ii.69 vOlunteers for I
third. Fallon ain&led''t9 right J n 4. .' ; I
find Masters, crossed .the plaU TVIN 'j AD. :-AdimS ,JJairy. R. It; E. the war with.Sparo1K \
In the last of the fourth the, RECREATION These averages: include f",3J11. Detroit . 5 7. fI i 5-Aa'Alc\: Af Congress remits -

port Shop scored the winning 'irp 'lti Fciday,1Ma1'21.:; ; Washington{ 217'i part flhe--fixe.:' Indemnityto ,-1 a
.vNewhouser andSwift Wynn Ctiinu f to1 i
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run and Ruherts was the one : .
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scored" lie hit a single to BAYVIEW PARK NOW'. Pitchers .A.er Qe' Piet:jpiti j, 'CanrJini.* .Ttuynlasoniand. poses. \; *'" ' '
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Joe Mira ncrrifired him to ; Pitchh'W.; : L. Pct Evansl.' ' .; 1918-German-'i 5-'submarines begin -i

nod and Walker doubled to whoi Hancock". : __ __:" 5 4)) 1.000 the sinking of{ mcricai) ship'
Roberts scoring. n.berts- : .l : 4 0 1.000 19' American sbijls"kink jiff ,the '
In the fifth. the Vets $(' AT FULL SWING CLIP: Arias: I 0 1.000 vjEity! -Recreajtion Eastern coast from:New)Jersey ,: ,,.
their last run. Valdcz I is hit C. Valdez.V, ; .1. 1 .1)00 ,,' : ki Virginia ia the' 1exf'. three
in . --, weeks. / .' : 'tt
pitrhrd ball a wild pitch and O'Neil : 2 4 .333 "
field out putt him n* third :1n4, Softball: ..Hoxhtj, Skalin:?; .:! .---: -S. crifflh L ::2 4 .333. Y. I Program; .': "- I 1023r-The formffe'Allies agreedtohave

Hopkins staffed Valdez crossim, I'1piv' I Ian-is ___'_ _, 2 I .661 the U. S.: arniyof.occa! .
Art 'U
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the plate. At bat the leaders were Oilier Arlidtit".8IUf'IHd@d !f Tyner' t.-'C :;' _.- 1 2 .33; \ i . potion oh. file Rhine paid foe. by ;.
I They Stand ." the Gerrnans who however,
Falkw with two hits and Cutsnew ! ".. "- ,
in two times at bat. { In Program : ,iI-... SOFTB4LL paid; very JittJe. ii iir Ty
In the field. AI AcevedovVil.tareat -. This Fellow) a '/ :$*yvUw& Park,:,Night ,e'Irbl ', 1923 -. 'U. S. S4 cel refuses to

( ,Roberts, and Mira played For City's Youth Florida-International IGHT- ,; ';: abolish the l;-hour: Jay, I

treat ball tor winners and HOD-' The! summer recreation I Baseball League I .RollsJJp Mile\ .FJrjst, tiame, Adams.DaioTvsi; 192srlWt U*.'S.Supreme _court':
pro t. ,
Villa: I.I : yrw. l i bolds the Japs and other Asiatics '
kin. Machine Mastens ;and Pub W. L. ?'ct :, ; '
reel for the losers ' gram at Bayview Park is in full .' Havana .. .?_ ., __ ,-30 17 .838 SYDNEY> ,,Australia.:-(AP): -1 ,.Second.Gains-Elks'Cfubys, ineligible) .for American citizen- I I IA"
Score, first game: R. H. E.: swing, 40 children being en.."" Tampa ___. __ 29 17 .630 CtJohnson-of3daryborough. (Vic: v. >Kantor''Men's'Shop... & 1 sblp--even'; use'who served- r inAmerican" s
0 2 4 1, rolled in the Park Club J TWJRSPAYrJ1G forces. ; It
Vets 000) 110 Bayview St. Petersburg.25 22532s Loris Australia) recently bough) ;; t
I1.. /a 002 100 x-3 5 1 for art.",crafty drawing, etc. ".On !' Miami ..L;...-.,., __ _26.23' .531, ,:1 Stearntiullet: fromthe Melbpurni: 'V .. e-Bob's Sport' Sljop i 192'1-Th JS.OQO.OOOth, the last
F. Tvrtes and Fulton; Roberts: Friday night.. 35 joined the Miami Belch f City Couricn.I: lie"drove it the ll!! ,I""to ,vs.. Elks tlub.; / & Model I.T.9rdli rnade., I
and Walker.Threeba ing club. These classes and skat-j[Lakeland __._V __ 23 24 'A&9 miles homer' to Maryborough. I '-Ste' on4 GitrtKantor' Men's'I lM2--Tokyo' broadcast that:
Pearl Harbor was not treacherous .
hit Aeeyedo; two- I :Shoo : : Hospital.' a
9 : Wfcst.Paun Beach 17 2738 averaging hose. hit: Walker; sacrifice, hit:: are .under the direction of 'Foil ;Lauderdale -j J3 35 371, ; week 'for the; trip. His I FWPAYJ- -,. ,. ,-.- II III act. .
;: Golden Weech. taine-Ai . 1944-Some 4,000 Allied planes . ,, ,, .
Mira; hit by pitchers Machin steamrplle'r burned up 18 bags First pus n iry. ..vs.Second. \\ """' "
Villareal. VaUVt: struck out: by Skating is held every Friday ; of'coke, two tons of wood and a ': (IS.S.. Chutt1fler. .." bomb enemy-held Europe *' PRESIDENT:,TRUMAN JOINS YOUTHFUL PUPILS U vatis*
1945
Baseball 100 shot downas
Major LeaguesAMERICAN ) Jap planes
Roberts I- by Tynea 2: I banes on: night from 7:30 to 8:45: o.t.t patience. .Garner-Elks Club ;ys.. ginger 'cak* 'snake" during his visit to Glrmrd Colley.. cmUtry
. Jap suicide raid Okinawa
flyers -
off Roberts 1. oft Tyne 2;:. All children invited II .. Naval Hospital. old school
balls: are o'clock'i v : J : and lo Inlands. for fatherless boy in PbiUdelpUa. He nd. aal address .
time i of fame: 1.00; umpires::., 4 out and enjoy Club- : W.'I.. Pct'. TODAY'S BIRTIIDAYS -.I: 194&-The railroad strike set- ]I' -and was guest of honor at- the institution's ca4en.UIcelebration. +i

Tyne and Vilareal.In "' arts craft drawing club ,. Cleveland: 18 8:: .692- (Know America) JUNIOR $0FTI3AI.L:. I I tied 43 hours after it had begun. {= ,
Monday through Fridays at ,3:30 Philadelphia: 1910665 Bayview Park.. Afternoon. 19. : Gen. ,
Mark W. Clark
: i -- o' --- ,t accuses -'- ---- -- --
Murray of the -
the eerond game the Naval p. m. I I New York 17 11 .60' Philip- president and Morning % Russia of violating the!
Hospital. found their range and rut Junior Softball leagues are be- Detroit 16 16 X00St. C. I. 0., born. in Scotoland, 62 Daily.j play. I Potsdam Agreement. f I Congress-- for an American man- Tennis

a double a triple ,and a homer' ing organized and when Louis 12 14 :463 years ago. oOo .! date-over, Armenia. i Hopes
haley' hit two homers and Hcnke ed. 24 Softball.teams will comPlt"t-I' i. Dr. John R. Molt famed Y. M.- 1936-In special: church services -
hit a double for the VX.I Flyers.Oiu'ions : ing. These teams and leagues are, Washington' 1217 12 17 .-414Boston C.: A. leader, born' Livingston TENNIS V MONDAY. APRIL 24. 1943' { many AmericanItalianwomen )) 5,000 Feel
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hit a double and a- being organized according to size Chicago: ? .. nm"_._ '4 ,20 .259 Manor, Nl: Y*-83 years ago. .V''Bayview Park.Afternoon I (Know America) i i1S33 renew manage vows with ; Drop
triple. Eat..... Damani a Rhodes and age and no teanu composed ---- John Holmes, president : and Night -First national temperance ] iron ring-5-sfnt by Mussblini for
each hit two safety. Every mem-' of the larger boys play in the J I NATIONAL. .- of Swift & Co, Chicago, bornn Daily play. congress opens in Phildt.II the- old rings sent him. COI'ENIIAGEN.APL.. -- Although

I.rr of the llospital; .lub second" at leagues with the smaller boys.A .I CJ-.b-o- W/I,.. Pet. Ireland, 57 years ago. .. I phia. i 1940--Germans reach the a: Dmsh airlines nm
but St. Louis V .19 '9 .C 19i 'Igor I. -Sikorsky, pioneerAmerican SKATIN.C' 1844 First use of telegraphy: ,; Channel cpast at Calais as British .
rarely
la4. once" and all hit boxing ring has been constructed : . operator.<< Enk M......... .Ass IS
N iron and Nelson.Sr and will be in use soon. 1 i New York .... _10 11 .593 plane designer and "What hath God wrought!" :;L-nt. seek to escape trap. brand new tennis balk. .-a HHMC
.re acrund.. .came: u. II. E... A badminton court is now under '. Pittsburgh .1613 .552 helicopter maker, born in Ru ia.59'yearo BayvUw Park.' Night.. from Washington, D. C. to Baltimore j: ]194 J-British 42.000-ton Hood practically not sn in DUMUM
VX-1 Ono 102 4- 7 11 10( ', constructioD and when completed, I Boston .- .-' 16 13' .552, ; ago.- 'FRID.\Y--. . '! by Samuel F. B. Morse, sunk in 5-m'nute' battle by German -since before.... w__Ke will

.....pital 075 134 X--W 15 2IkitMin. will be used by the girls for badminton "! 1'hiladelphU' 15 16 .4Bi. Gene Tunney, former heavyweight ; '1:OO'o' :o'o-P.M.',: ' its inventor. ; Birmark off Greenland.! : not be able to play. limmm tut .*w
Brooklyn 1218 .400 champion industrialist, . 1868-Fenicna again invade Canada 1944-Americans cut the rail
Fi-man and' Daman'u; volleyball, basketball and : i time Ixinatlr. huM. .M M4 m
Martin an.1 Sl adley, tennis. The tennis courts now Chicago- 11 17 393, jofn in New York 50 years ago. BASEBALLMunicipal '. from the United States and road to Rome. : Jonanna.burg. .

|1a.1I1W'l runs: Rx-k 2. ShaJU-y" ;:. have new wire nets and are used Cincinnati: 12 20 J7 5- ; Bill Robinson, dancer-actor, :'St .dium. .'Afternoon are.repulsed. ] mt'nts'seize lH'-U.! S. Marine reinforce | They were 12 hard"""",&, w.
xim Richmond, Va., 70 years J890-George Francis Train I high ground on Okinawa -
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hit. Ricks. Cusmm; every day and sometimes at night. oOoSATURDAY'S : .. .
thrrp-hsae : SUNDAY V sad balls when he triirMlt. ..
D..ntanu. Nl laim. Every Friday at 2 the 1 : ends round-the-world trip in record : '
.lrn bases: Ktct: p. m. : RESULTS
go.Theodore When he arrived m t.-putea.IS l
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? HullUou. Martin;: Navy wives have a Softball P. Wright, former No games_ a nnouna d. ', time of a little over 67 days. 1946 President Truman broad- '
game .1' flair
llrtriwO. Florida two days later ley were r.
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FrewRyan -Intunational League Civil: Aeronautics administrator, : 1893-The Anti-Saloon League i I t::asts appeal to striking engineer;
Martin 4. by and are expected to be playing -Y Barraclu. Afternoon oldJohanM'MMIl'Jr
tmrk nut: by .Walls. : off Martini under the lights very soon. This Havana'5,.Miami Beach J', 'now of Cornell University, bt>rnit organized at Oberlin. Ohio by i iDC ;and'firemen .to return to work. by as apples MM let
bases on SWIDAYgames' fai.e
3; 3 Miami 10. Lakeland 2. CalesbulgiIlk'p-years: aio. $ : ;Howard,N. Russell. 1 hreatening tp call' out the troops i M
week there few shuffleboard
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level, white Cip
HeiMon above
4, off : SL Petersburg 6, West Palm Bennett A. Ceref f'New York.book announcad. 1520-President Wilson asks i:>therwise. : sea
hits: ..ff Urn**! 5 foe 10 runt in players out. ; born .-- .- -- ----.-- -- -- - i iIIOa gen is: only a few l"*l a.irre live
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publisher-suthor ---I
innings time of game: 1.201;; In addition, two Softball gamesare Beach 2.Tampa The M Iwe tea/M.
3 1-3 : C, Fort Lauderdale 1. ,here, 50 years: ago ; TO PREVENT STEALING : sea. pfeswure .
umpire: Tvm acid Villareal: played nightly each Monday, i Collet of balls WM titled tu I*.. a/arr.
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday American League Judge John Caskie J, .
Aituilar.OneMinute. phrrual nrtitMm 'n
imrrr and baseball each Sunday at the New YOlk 10, Chicago 2. Cansas: City. Mo. Federal jurist.
burr
City Stadium. I Detroit 6, Philadelphia 5. born at Keytesville. Mo., 50

Bicycle racing will soon be on 1, SL Louis 4, Washington 2. year!; ago.: Clown'v<< N.-wfirrrlta.sl
the. program and as many other Cleveland 7. Boston 0. Marjorie Hill is of New York,. 'lia"a f...|Mil.iiM.n, .4ttuuL <.wise MII
ditor-author, born Peoria, Ill.
activities as possible. City R"t're-I National.League
SPORTS QUIZ ation Director Paul G. Albury i St. Louis 6, Boston 4. 58 years ago.

stated today that he is in need j Pittsburgh 3. Brooklyn 1, oOo .

I. How fr dd Citation lead of a few volunteer workers.forafternoon i Cincinnati 9. Philadelphia 2. MONDAY.' APRIL 24. 1941 Tour Grocer SELLS flat test
the reakness finish? and if these are ceurcd. New York 11, Chicago 0. .1 (Know America)
the field in Elsa: Maxwell radio star, *
BRANDAMERICAN
2. Who won the Washington (- that croquet archery andseveral i born at Keo- STAIJ:
C.l-relebritiea" toold. tourney? other activities will be i Softball Leaaue. olumnist hostess .I-
(Ill in aeeund in that scheduled. A questionnaire is being -1. I kuk., Iowa, 65 years ago. COFFEETry ()
i J. Who came prepared to submit to all'! Class "A" Mrs. Grace Morrison Reynolds and CUBAN
"oUnr7' school children of the city to as- Club- W. I* Pet. of f Paducah Ky.. lecturer androman's t a A Pwind Ti<*r-
4. 1/Ty Cobb still alive? eeflain their five favorite Bob's .Sport Shop ._ .9 0 1.000 club leader, born at .L -
5, r>>rs Army play N 4fe Dome recreation and the summer J.ind.51Iof Vets of; Foreign Wars 3 5 .375 Vakefield, Mass, 68 years ago.

in wlball. this fall prngram will be scheduled<< acI I Adams Dairy 2I .333 pro Edward C. Kirkland of
I iowdoin College, Maine profesor ; -
..limly. SubRon 4 27 ,222
THE ANSWCASi ---- I Class "B" of American history, president a< BROADWAYCIGAR
1, Si;11 .lengths. .I Ciub- W. L. Pet. of r the Aroer. Asso. of University

2. llyrun N.I..... iiatleries torSoftball !I Elks Club nn_____-, 4. 1 .800.,Teachers, born Bellows Falls Vt., r
STORE
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3. Hit Crusby. I Kantor Men's Shop .- 3.t. .600'. 54 years ago. ; C
4. Ye*. Naval Hospital 33 .500 I Walter S.: Franklin vice president -
& WM TiltsTonight |I I VX-1 Flyers . --- I. J66Animals of the Pennsylvania Rail- (lO' ) Dm Hi' Street

oad, born at Ashland:: Md.. 64

C'S MASKS I INTilE Given i rears ago. =:. i 711'j COMPLETEBASEBALL
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] CoTo'School; Willard 1 5t. Thoroe. assistant >

JUNGLE secretary, of state; for economic

+ AwlraliaA-AI').- GtiU.n and Sands is expected ,;fairs,( born in Oswego, N. Y. _
HVI1NEY.Huhw QuecAs'land tu be the battery for the Adaim3iry I I f'f'I a years ago.
SCORESPOPULAR
i .rker* in northern >: outfit against Harris and 1 Pr Harry Emerson Fosdick ofNew
have l louod' *** of the scrub baiardi Patton for the Veterans of For- I REAPING Pa.-One goat and York famed preacher

..( "'tu ntwpK"a1 of ign Wars when the. teams meet I I three dogs are regular attendants meritus, author born in BfiANBC .!
1. the piJIen.. from a species .(nigM in the opener of a soft- at the Robeson township N. Y. 70 years ago. '- .., i '
stinging nrttle. UMP which causes. Mil. duublchcader at Bayview I I !school near Reading. The goat, ; Randall Payey; of BUff31o.1 CAP1.Ioot. Cigars and Cold

My fever and runtpou the*neei.inc. Wea: I'..rk. I:,I Mary Lou accompanies Leonard N. M. artist born in East REP JAMES SCOBLICK (R-Ps): U 5 po Dds.'exhibits a ball .a puckish grin and a sure way to j

One worker got The second game will be be- .Everhart, while the three dogs N. J.* 61 years ago. hold a ruaner on base in some first base comedy before Friday night's congressional baseball game I
of using gas .mak and M* tu The tefollowed ween Elks Club (Joe Lewis and! come with their masters Clajre Premier Jan Christian Smutsf which the Democrats won 2314. Scoblick is sitting on Rp. Tom Abrn.thy (D-Misz.). a 145pagndar. Soft Drinksr4.

N\ his example. U..iiqlWl) and the. Kantor Men's i Bagley, Donald Ludwig and' ,f South Africa born 78 years i . -

a'k. are Jane but that i* preferSo rsd Fleitas). Lsvsrence Everhart. _' co.. .. .... I
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School)) Children To Award) I II tier 7,30 A.M.- .. E.S.T. shorter ...)... Iwwe _

; ; : > i A picnic group of. servicemenland I ; i Held Last Night t no long Hnct f..esard M tM ...

I j NCCS junior hostesses drove Station- 1 1. and the vale ... ..... .......

Them Medals] At t }Ho t Big PineKey Sunday for a I Atlanta 6" Last night the seniors of Convent by each yetcr ** a nraAler aaaF.

; ( :, Exercises! !t ++ day of swimming at the fresh I 3 3j Billings __ _ _., --u st1.I of Mary Immaculate held onds.Volute be ....
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-. j water lake .ball playing on the I-1 Birmingham ._ __ %- oo 62 ;' their class night cxcrctec; in St. of .... pei14. W .. 1B
i Oil,11.I'iitti: OKTKHAM (1IAIIAI: w beach 'and, later in the"afternoon, i 5 Bismark > _ u+I I Cecilia's HalL The program; was .' kd MWNWed. tki.i ... Aer ..1-

\nii.irvAiiii t I fishing from the old Pine Key' Bostnn . _____ . 53Charleston i iRuffalo. as follows: i;I I or abowlrextet .......... fill t1t. .....
: ) : bridge; Harold Hall, MM3.caught\ __._ __ 49 ; Candle and rose Procession; i ration.CaUii .
The Weather i iI r2 $A the most fish. Kenneth Prcsingcr.; j __ 72 !! Song, "Grcetinc". Mendlessohn; i ----
KKcottM/KD: : : ) IN .rouit I! I II I FA, made the :-;-cotiptJ-i} eBiisua; }r Chicago, _ '-_: ..: _ .48 Salutatory. Davie Printz; Claw on.hw. )If twwa stnrrr
catch when he 1t.i a-finat --- History, Mary Saunders; Claw i the 14thAUTOMOBILE...a_
J Jkey ''r. s' Christi .__ :
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IIl)1'S) AMI cjiiiLslYrtefitatkm : I FORKCAST I I crawfish wit hro;I'.n{if ;W&:[f> iwfl:' <_' ____._-_-_-- r-- 51n Prophecy Betty Saunders: Claw. --- - - -

West and Vicinity: J.arlly' Thc next Sqq{ if- gal)}' : tin t .. __ ...: __ 47FJ'P Prophecy. Betty Lou Caring: Last'
4 be held
the -
annual( f t; dtairarige will and Testament,. BeatriceArmayor.
havour n, i _..i_ j t
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( Anw, ran Ltki Sc-ho..a l Award!i'MrdaU 'rkaNly with little change in tnnprrKltire -. ments : maddafo, ..ill... today; tonight and Wed- f! hayridc and moon >itapt,t : Carolyn Strunk. a graduate in. w. IB1 all .
.
> rmiM ti-d I Thu... . : { r-t;fvcston ___ __ 77 preseet.111. Itea
I t I in the 'T--\ :
day and f.kLtr. 'it was annnuncrdTh nt-May." Gentle<< to moderate varianie k Those interim. :-.e'. q. .:Jacksonville ___ 70Ksns music then played the following your old ear start .***.! ,..
: winds j present tftpe.- fii rk selections: trouble.
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t. City 54
iiby i I ;
j Schucr MM3. l.arrY'- : "
1 Florida I sncr "To a Wild Rose MacDowcll; W* carry a co. aU.. Ha
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: Partly cloudy today i itiwtitfhl KEY WEST . 80 e{
j
sands are evented l hy MM3. Egon; 'JKayfr ran ME2 liarI I -: To a Water Lily". MacD well: Brake Parts.IgnHiMt. Gas FmU
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and Key West Airport _ 80 s,
Wcrfnrsday. !
Arthur Sawyer f\t N... 28 In the' scattered afternoon thundershowers. Widely.t 4''. 4 J old I Hall MM3. C. 3. Schemcck I I Lis Ancdcs ___: _ 541t -Palabra.1 Leo Livens. i Spark Plugs Fan ......
Y
FA I II
I Perry C. Gonzalez ME. K. Anne Mat- '
hnjr and *it.| who hint t rri reM-nt Little change in tcmI I ; t,,T lisvillc ._ 54 Valedictory. Mary I AT YOUR SCRVrCC . .
! t.$.h.... .qualities.. of Htarartrr. and I peraturc. i4st ta j .I.If {I SOSA.Pcrsinger Dave FA Driscoll George SI, Lunhey'J. Doss t j iMiami i i ___._ __ __ 77Minneaoolis School chctt; Song.Song. "Sundown."Down in Dixie.ViLyn Far: ;', DAY Oft RIGHT

1 abtlifjr .h.hm properly rutlflt East Gulf and Jacksonville t c* 3 3a Jr. Hn; Buford E. Strange SA: ] __' .. __ 49 at Sea." ; IMIONK 11781ANEanISHIN
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I through Florida Straits: Gentle '' James G. Weeden SA;;-Pat Tracy Memphis 63 .
"* Atraril, ,.,. to moderate variable winds today i e ws X E ETI, Roger: LnBarge BM3. Dick New Orleans .' _oo h___ 69 j The National Bureau of standards ; E

JUNIOR MICHWllilaois.-. tonight,. and Wednesday. x I: Jarrett FN; Joe Papillo F2. Andre j New York ._ .. .5e.: has established a Division *f IS03 BERTHA STRCOT
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0. Partly cloudy weather.. i {I Bourgeois BWX Anthony Vel- Norfolk - -.m 61 i of Atomic Physics.
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No small craft or storm warnings . 1 t tr loci MM2; Edith -Kniack, Hilda Oklahoma City --. -- 12; -
tau >..,,.... j i :
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{ have been issued. f Pullara. Lot1 Wmklcr Carol I. Omaha _h' . ____ L __ u 50 I II
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rr. JOSEPH* SCHOOL I I __ ___ _ i
Boza Mary Louise. Ramirez Pens rola -" 73 \ .SSi
.J.m* Bakar. Grad Report t f I Ida : .
Eight. !
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CONVENT i. oLSHIRLEY- Soriano. Birdie Lou Lowe. Net '. Roanoke.4... ----- -- -- 6Z I tall
j i Key West Fla, May 25. 1943 I tie Valdez Alice Barcelo Betty si. Louis -.3--:0.- -- 52 !;njoy
Aaita >BatMltl t
Grade Eight. ;' (aP U'irevbotoJ I Armayor Stella Delgado. Lucille San Antonio _::.... ___. 41 I n.1t
Detail la Accompany Story) I'I 8:30 Ail EST) TEMPLE'S BABY. Linda Susan Agar. now three I Hindman, Betty Caring. Betty Francisco : 41 0' I
months old,' for Johnson and NCCS Tallahassee _ AA i
> Ttmparature pcse* her first picture with her mother in Holly Executive h' i
tiv.tfd and wood. The father is Secretary Eileen S. Coug Jin. Tampa ., --. - -_ 7:11: .Sieske
matured will mull 1. Highest h yesterday . 861 baby's John Agar. who. has joined his wife I .
._ __ __ .Ir..Ir.
In worthy eilirerwhip and writ Lowest last night 74! in pursuing movie career. Washington. 65 I: "c."n.. j . -

wounded" manhood or wellbalj j i Mean 80 i i -- .j Two Births In t tl I txI
inc*d womanhood.' ceded 17.60.quarc I o1.a.Ir.\t11.eS' +
;Normal 80
The- boy's award i.i honed on'i. Precipitation I j i| GAY BIRTHDAY DEATH'S SIIOWjHAPPY !) Nav t>fil Hospital,\j miles of land to Soviet Russia !I t s;

honor courage' scholarhip. lenderahip 'Total last :24 hours00 i ; l under the Amistice Agreement of ;;

and service. The [Itl' 'Total) this month .88 S.j'] > A five pound; eight ounce .son i j Sept. 1941 ii ;
award .b firm for rouracr.< char. 1 1aeter. Deficiency this month 1.90 ins. 1 was born in \hayS Naval Hoj-ji i fDaie .
wn kr companionship and Total this year 16.79 i ins., BIRTHDA pital to Mrs.: Junc"Kosc wife n fJ ,: Sc f!.ut .

sc"'..nbip. Excess this year 7.99 ins. Sidney nose. Lt.USS.nunn SS-i i ALBURY and SON NSereon.ire, ;
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Medal Award Relative '
J Humidity f 476. The baby"ha3.'been darned1
r...... winner la presented l a at ':30 A.M. I LAM Rt I| Michael : ; Wa .Specialise In.All PHONE; I
Kinds of. Neon .
bronze medal and 69','. .J Signs
a beautifully I A seven pound daughter was I and Lighting-Stripping 6-HUM f -
rncravrd certificate.The Barometer f born to Mir Lucille Pfefferkorn .
TI F: tTile
> tv.a.rfi.a a..fltal 1N
hi,,hr t purpMM> tn wtik-h Sea IAn) 8:33 A.M. q s |tI ti wife of WitJi. m.Pfefferkorn Ens. I K.." ".... ..Mifh....-".7 I lag.w .. r.wwrr )a'
w the American LrjtMm ran devote 2JIJO ins.-1012.5 mbs. 1 ZP-2 Boca. Chica . IIItE 17 ..-.. SAEl iln. ,.:v 1 It Mr. .; rt .

o 'tUelf .U the cultivation flI hit!h Tomorrow's Almanac i I -- ----: - ------- ------.-- ----- .- - .
character and wholesome Weal! Sunrise; 5:39 a.m. 1 _
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'in the youth coming: into rilurcntltlp ;Sunset 7:09 p.m" l .
. ," the rertiriratr will read. Moonrise 10:19: p.m. i.

Thus, during the years, as the i Moons<< 8:31: a.m. ; "
Americftn" Lou ion mrmU-r
crow -
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odder In .the. there winners will of he Its awards pcrprtuaU-d that Tomorrow TIlES j I{I I I I Only the KAISER and FRAZER have it !

love of country that unselfish. (Naval Base) i i.bastern I t I
new. that high regard for truth SUndard Time) j
and hntwir rltnwn. in the .Arncri-' High Low. .

r.n partieipation In the Great 12:30 a.m. 4:42: a.m. | .
W.;. *Ttie American Legion exbU ll: 0a.m. 6:41:: p.m. j +t I 1
j jSom
.. primarily for arrvire tn the ( r I i
country' and nnt for wolfish pure: ADD"IONALTIDE" DATA ,: I

pas 1U prime purpr>e is to Reference Station: Key West a iI

make. every man and every woman Tim.oft]Height ofSfatioD I I "IN IW" .
a lictter American and to -' Tid [high water I IBaUia J
.. make 'every boy and girl crow Honda I i I cars: are .

up'to be a good citizen and an (bridgeOh) 10m 0.0 ft. i -
upholder of the laws and a defender -i No Name Key .A1' "bltU) like'thij; "
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of the Cnmtih)inn." 1 (east end) __.+2h 20m THE DOCTORS SAY 12-YEAR-OLD LAMAR CLARK; of Aft :: ,. ......14/'" -
Winners Announced Boca Chica I lanta. Ga" is dying slowly of cancer-but that didn't keep him <

The presentations to the I bow .(Sandy Point)-(Oh) 40m from enjoying a.gay birthday party attended by more than 1.-
winners will tie made by fiat, Caldes Channel 000 friends. Lamar sits astride the pony which is one of his .
Commander. Gcorce A. Wwrrcn (north end4-2h 10m 41.4. It. numerous birthday gifts. Beside him is his mother. Mrs. L. L. I '. ;
and the girl winner:: by Mrs. Paul'WhnIlW'lYUC'I" oOo Clark. holding two-year-old daughter Judy. At right. besideponys j

president. Auxiliary NOTE: : head. is Lamar's father. The party was arranged by the 1 '
Unit No. 23.: : (-)-Minus sign: Corrections Exposition Cotton Mill which employs Mr. and Mrs Clark. They : seafrobm but
headroom
tYesentatinns at the Key West : to be subtracted. fear this was their son's last birthday. I and'some no
.JMIH/IC High School will he ma,U, ((4-)-Plus sign: Conectiuns. to I '
raft"" Thursday. May 27, at 8:30 A.M. be added. --- - -- - -- i'NEW"cdrs
,
during rhaprl exercises. The (li) Hour.I t.
Chicago's' /i . winners' are: I (anManute.UL'ee : I
developed)
like
this
Don Willums. of Mr. and uniwct-ie- era
ron i ac- ..
Mrs. Jack R. Williams, COO i .I -tmg glass instead ul steel bars I "

Ashy Street Grade 9A. I!I' FOUK ell.\"LA INS on the cages hou>ing the _apes."
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.4 Mr. and Mrs Alfredo liarman. -
.1I0u!>C ceremony will be the near- Son to SanchezesMr.
PCM I St-idenberg Avenue. est of kin of the four chaplains. p
trade IA. and Mrs. A.T.. Sanchez of r
Officials of the Post Office De- I
but the
The award for the St. Joseph' partmcnt and the National Military Tampa announce the birth yesterday Ii II i only -
School will be made on Friday,,. afternoon of Ii I
Establishment also will atj I a son. weighing -
May 26. at 9:30: A.M.. at the StMary's tend. nine pounds. He has been Tw. tiny ..ewI. contain i I and '

Parish Center, Duval 1 I; I named Tommy. ALL VITAMINS I KAIAZEStik headroom but no seatroom
Street. The winner is: 1 i Fire losses in the United .
States I Mrs. Sanchez is the former known to t*essential to homes aauuidoe. I or* "
James Baker, of Mr. and .
son
[ during 1947 topped by almost
.
Celeste Archer, daughter of Mr.and plus liver sad aoe.72's
Mrs. Charles Baker. 503 Grin- : .
| one-fourth the damage done to ,
Mrs.: F. like
George Archer. 1425 $2.59 > s.a' : thattits ,
nell Street Grade Eight. England by bombs in the blitz off ta ,' :. .. .
Newton street. Mr. and Mrs. 788' \ \ i t
The I7.9SGARDNER'S /
I award at the Convent o f.19401911. > 1i
Mary Immaculate will be at 10 Archer are in Tampa visiting .. ...
Mrs Sanchez and another I \. ,
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daughter
A.M. on Friday. May 28. The,,! Lt and Mrs. Alfred J. Bassclet, Mrs. W. D. Ilcarnc. PHARMACY .. Pi
winner is: :' Navy Housing Project, White 1114 Division SU Cor. Varela i : plenty of headroom!
Anita. Bastwlct: daughter of {!I Street, Grade ('t
Eight.
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