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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 26, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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: MCiJttrr: : C\NIIIIIATE: ) FOR SUPREME. COURT CANDIDATES- :; e: ',:. : =: ;K';, ";- >= WARREIS; TOM WATSON MAKES MJUPKIMM{ ; ;
THEY CAPTURE JERUSALEM -! . :l :n .esi; :: .
+ JIISTICK(: :; CANVASSING: BOARD WILL MEET : :l : t"'J' RACE IN SUPREME COURT CONTEST; KK\ IN

: JEWS CONTINUE TO For Sheriff .: ; ._' !
'nuluUCUA"TERNOON) (), TO CANVASS VOTE HOLD OUT i BERLIN A. SAWYER 1003 2,3 313.CY.) -173. 50 116. 27391 NOMINATED FOR ATTORNEY' GENERAL' :
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With the second Democratic primary out of the way..it was announced i! JOHN M. SPO'TSWOOD 474 43 311. ;)1.i7 243 109 lag, 2301 tai TfceMmrmr P.e..i I
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I 1 I Mr Thr AwMM-Ulvd. :, . JACKSONVILLE,. May 2fc-Fuller Warren. 43.year.oM Jwkscnrtlle
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LAKE NT. Y. County Commissioner ;
SUCCESS May:
attorney. is Florida's next .
governor.His
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26.-The zero hour passed at noon opponent. Dan McCarty conceded defeat shortly after MteM
making this announcement today. John Monroe HARRY HARRIS ;537 4j1); I
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Il.: 450 : IZ3 191 2.3.31 j
:! A.M. today. He wished Warren a "successful adnuaistza4ie
today for the Arabs to reply to .cs i
pnjrHy'rt supervisor of registration also announced that the Board JOE JOHNSON 603 31 302 . :5Z4:; ; y 13 ": : ;Zj. 79 2101)
said he will retain
always "active
: an and continued interest i t
the United Nations ultimatum to lend
.rf CanvMrr* would meet at 2;30 p.m. tomorrow to canvass.th::.vote : .
Palestine. For Constable. First District ;' : ,...<,. ,' .. i government and in building greater Florida."
ritftt vrstrrday 1 f cease firing in i
HARRY H. JOHNSON :330 389 "' ,. 9191 1 Warren was nominated to the office on the (bases ot iMMtfir i
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The bb.rd > i.ts of County It was said that the Arabs
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5 | i' BERNARD H. WAITE 282 198't 430! and nearly-comolete! returns in yesterday's Democratic iirina t pit
'Judge Raymond R Lord. Frank would agree to the proposal only
J Dary
i 1|.lk'nlley. chairman of the Monr I I Key Conttuiorer! under three conditions--that the For Justice: of the Peace: ... .: .
,. Richard W. Ervin M Ml* mxt
ic County<< CuinmiMion. and Ensj j Second District .. r
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I state of Israel disband that theI '. Attorney General and Tew Wjt I
,land. Jews in Palestine MYRTLAND CATES 470 =330 '208 1203 Noniinaleil For GovernorFULLER will Justice T. -
I I stop receivingarms I son meet Dank .
i The official 1 vote by precincU. J ROY HAMLIN 753 ,
13.2 113 1330 : Hobson June 4
jwft announced today by Eng R I and that emigration of in a nmuU foi
Justice of the
a..nd 1'hc-ft"'C"A' a total l of 5,345 j Jews to the Holy Land be placedon For Governor Supreme Cewrt t

wales cast, a record for a ceond I j a quota under, Arabic dfrcctioa. DAN Mt-cARTY 11; .. 380 217 . 400< 21-& . : 102 97 1923 With aH but a few acattri.dprecincts
...imary in this county' The vote I frJ'x. FULLER WARREN in. Warren!' .had a 1Pao.i
( 378 .reel . 4)0;) 378 IM! S6; 113 232-1
of than 17.000 MrCw
.by prvrinrU .... i more own
IH nrrrtnct l loST': 2nd preYinrt. -|i Jewish headquarters promptly For Attorney General . : :" f 35-year-old Fort Puree ctbu' :.

1.033: 3rd Pfec nql. 119. 4thrtcinct refused to.abide by the Aiabs 1. GRADY BURTON 1 181 ,193 116 175 il9 33 :32; 872 grower.
I.IU: 5lh nrecintt 447, -I'L conditions as a basis to stop warfare RICHARD W. (DICK) ERVIN 241 '273 221'.3- 151 93 103 13901' On a basis of 1597 eI .tern ;ark s
nth pimnrt 163, 7th pertmet.interwt I I # ((1522 precuict We29a320 ... W
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The-:*announcement said -' and McCafV .... ,
2ft.. For Circuit Judge .-', .:.. .
I in that the State of Israel exists: 11th Judicial Circuit. X ; I 'Warren, who lrttsrr/1r1/ >nllt-
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race.. ,jet n.-m Berlin A. Sawyer\ alit.will?continue: ,,o_ exist, and WILLIAM A. I.ERlN 431J 313 "' ,.{3JO': ''. f'J; . .. 'I. '107 1630: a Ri cessful political ia Ilk:
... .....,.M. ., \ i fk early" twentIe 'tr ter .iv .j.
putilwoud for 'ROSS' WIILIAMS
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: > that the leadens of the statd 'refuse : ,392F -3312t'. ."' !3l3 125 :.1J6'7"" '-' _II l8 : ,
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sJ.ctiU. Sheriff Sawyer won J JriHT to agree to the other two ... ......
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1.739 to 2.M1
by &Iector ; ,\
in the 'L T1i proposals. .. ; ..... after midnight.
Secondary Interval clceJ J Group Five ; T' _
,l Meanwhile, intense fighting i McCarty trettgtt t-an"' in
(.wm yesterday way in lhi' con | l.otJlS 1\1 ANDERSON 113 13- 112' 211 113 :_ 'Jtaj: :53; 913-
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continues in Jerusalem. The southern Florida but it w. wrf
Scat l..r Kttvernor Fuller Warren j A. L. PHILLIPS 1 Ill 128 00'- .1-1 ; i :,gi2 ., :n 19 fM7., .
A"hs have match u.erwhen.rn.Warren
lurked Ihr county bv 895 votes. I I evidently postponed enough t3:
U votes for replying to the UN order t<> top .. - support in the upper wa
1,928
llr trot 2.K3 > HARRY HARRIS Spot ial Priutarr- :1..1011.: ; ;
firing until they capture all of tion of the state.It .
.C.'Y In thc.'irlit precinct that I 1..u nwinlnlfl11wummIAwimiUIn1UluuuullluiA.LINDSEY Jerusalem hut Jewish,; Ic.irl-M-s. For Justice of the Supreme Court was Warren .ct",1,! '- r
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Slirfiff Sawyrr pulled the heavi- say that the fight for the Holy T. FRANK HOBSON ,91 I 137L 7J' 113 \. 1i 2J 30 37': for governor. He r**. tfcmi >n
majority. In the ftrU..Sawyer City' is as.stubborn as when itl.egeii.lyd W. MAY WALKER '7J; 'il 43" .. 34 10 19 30 362 1940s first primary 8 cvner I ultimately
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irrrtved' 1.003 vote to unlr.,4 tKat- reinforcemtntare JTOM WATSON -391 I' 248 -191' ..2'" 133': 'J7 102 1331 1 won by SfWHwrri L. II .<

for 8t* tt.w..*t, Salver ran joining the: Jews Five hun- __ _u _. WARREN land. In topping. MeChrtv. ...
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i4 in the stcmd dred are reported to have joined -.-. --- ren became the first Jack a t
.In-fed and Rputlswood third piYcmcts. buts Motor Co. with their comrades, in Jerusalemin Considerable 1 Is ;' :;:' ilH !'Phone Secrecy Is yule man to be naw4 tn .* nu M..
John Martin
>l..1 l emerged with the the last 24 hours. Money i i > state office stnce ,
laici+.t vole in the 4th,. 5th, 6th The United States has urs-<1 I. : was elected gevecww :24 vtisago
Used Car Dealers ; j
: : Czechs .
mid 7lh precincts' before the UN economic sdno ; 1{Appreciation I Rapped By ; .. ,
,, Er\m started '
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In the race<< for county coinmis-- tions and the use of foredgdins; Raised Relief f ,I
sharer in the fifth district Harry 404, Duval StreetNext the Arabs to put into effect the By Navy I I am humbly grateful to the PRAGUE' (APScott tcl_- for Attorney General.. awl. '1..11:,
llarrU. Tavernier merchant. ultimatum. people of Monroe count forte phone numbers unlisted in the up a commanding feed ours ,< -

won over J". Johnson by a vote to La Concha: Hotel (:Alrr. \rnaiCIIIZKNS: 'I1t\NK -nominating me as their public directories: are on their dy Burton of WauthMti ft*, 't.'a.. .
runoff aft< >
had into
ut 243. to 2,106. first district. TELEPHONE 501 FOR SiLK;-I/.SKW/ t.tfRS: : OF cm; IN I I the citizens of Key West for theirpart sheriff. i way out of in Czechoslovakia said: there Thi ping!gone the four-man a race on M. I tIn
FW constable in the ministry posts: weie ,
| in helping to make the 1467 nd.. Ervin .a"'
Navy
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over 42 Ply Cb. Cpe46 Ford. C.Dr. Behind that renomination is than 7.000' them in pree
lUrrv. II John Waite a vote of 919 41 Ford Convertible Club Coupe I Prague alone. and that thjj
by 1
Urrnard Case the realisation that. having .
a huge sucess. Without their Watson hea.M-.1 l '
never
Walt
to 480. .18 Buick Super 41 Chrysler Club Coupe lESS: CROWNED: EVENT the I caused; a great .deal of trouble to ...
i i attendance in large numbers on served people for almost the voting: got gome( Is. Swt\
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For jiiktM-e of the peace in the 2-Tone Green Sedanette NAVARRO Iiir riiiratcfl the operator. Only special and .
Capt C C Adeil said today he I the nights of 21 and 22 May. the two terms.they expressed their i l Court. althou he did. not '
MX-ond' district. Roy llamlm won 48 Uievrolet Heeluiasler. Opposite Bus Station ((1) carnival important 5ub.- -nbers will be
wishes to his thanks toTo would not have been a' sufficient votes to driest J"
express confidence in faithful and .
voted
llyrtland Cates by a my permitted to remain unlisted.NOTICEIT ..
over ,
4-Door Sedan I ; complete success the captain, de- ; tice Hobson and Cmiitt *
1.330 to 1.:08. '.17 Studebaker 1 dared. efficient performance( : of my Judge W. May Walk ..I, T..lt
Richard W Erwin wurt over I* ,I The Chairman of arrangements duty.I hassec without a nwiff
Commander Club Coupe
.Continued On Page Eifiht 1 for the Navy Relief Carnival was I !I Watson. present' AU rn"v "' "
'.17 Pontiac 8 Mrs. Michael G. O'Connor. wife shall continue to perform ,, !' !
eral. ran fifth in the nungovernor's
Sedanette the General Public with fairness and justice .. ,
CELOTEXWAILPIAN 'I i (Continued On Page Eight) {! my duty : racy M..v n"
'.17 'ru.cr Maiiliallau toward all. 1 am aware ; Continued On Pete f: &tnll'
(:la! ., of 215 anti their
KsTNUNK 4-Door Sedan I can not please everybody
'17 Ford Super HeLuxc Our Friends I ail() New BATTERIES 'for .HCar,1$ but I can keep faith with my t4!...* are cordially inilfd -

_' 4-Door Sedan (Choice of Two) tu ran'eed"r 18 Months I Palace Thcalrr
I conscience.: and no man can: do lo make re"-er\H- ,
I.IIMnl' YARD '12 Cadillac 61 ---- ROY'S I
TELEPHONE tl$ Customers more than thatGratefully lion: lo ulteiiil the Annual A Bud Pictur.. in TiueoJot
4-Door Sedan KEY WF.sTlITO PARTS ;
"HIM.NI: ) I:4H: )
-- --- '39 Ford 121 Duval Street Phone 442 yours. Reunion{ Banquet
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Convertible Coupe Too ire' (;.urdially Incited A. and Dame lo lie held on
we ARE . ,4 New Tires and Tubes I ......r ....... we- BERLINER l i -- --
HYDRAULIC BRAKESPECIALISTS 1 ttt Inspect : .Ma> :n lot! at the 1 ElkClnh -

BRADY'SCHOlcTlPOULTRY : ; :\iuiex. POOR OLD CRAIG

L*| Us Check Your Brake **fV'during Quality i The Revolutionary +I Sheriff of SKK\'ILK: : Sl'11ef\

I Inn Smith Auto Service lltetl' Cars Only""NO I I' Monroe Count* I Sign fd: Francis at Division PKo.n. 9114

w..e..t rUmlnw. Phone I TRADE-INS REQUIRED"wululzuuwuuluuuutrlmmLiltauuwnlwluur [ KKRLIN FEL'KKN.: ; %.._ n ftt: (iiii..-.....
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White Street Phone 548 j
Barrmcki" Cr***_ s..; '.
Qppo U> Army ITC *" *
i ;; NEW..l9J,8 ,...-...-!.-.. ,.t. I I Class President. LET DO. Change Yowt Oil.
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APPRECIATIONi STUD-EBAK1ER MAXWELL'SSALE FISCAL YEAR Happy Harry}


1 i I am anxious for the voters of
THE CAR WITH THE NEW ,LOOK"lit
i ;i Monroe county: to know they k...

.U,"' ,. thutiks li. thc many niters _t made ma as happy a man as there

u/ut jnirr./ inr in the recent election S is in the world today. My rnpp...Mi .
THETWINS L.\S1'UAl ; merged with thankfulness MIdI
fur Sheriff.crttt TOMORROW S I f 3 gratefulness, and the merger .....**

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appreciation too deep for me to **'

I ,I/y 1'Ir"Il"(. ..\'IICIT. nutsl- GARAGE"Your RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES press.
I. Gratefully and
ion mill rffvrt in my' behalf. I Respectfully Yours.

Friendly Studebaker Dealer The MAXWELL\ co. I"c. I Harry L Harris

i I Furniture aDd Furnishings
JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD 1130 IHAAL STREET PHONE 69 x TELEPHONE 6S2 I County Commissioner-Nominal* .

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tlte i\ru meat Citil1tl j ti6:$::" 4People's; ; ; ; 'I ANNIVERSARIES I Ii 16. 1933.
?" "> --_ I.; ... Radio Forum Key West In a : I t 1 Ro* ert YMt
t 0 : ..,......d Dally Ke: .pt Sa....,. by ., : v"r.: '-:" Programs i 1 W 1867-
l. P. AMTMAK.. Owr ..* PwMUaerftUHMA 0 There's one thing that makestall'argumenis I : : :? (Know America) noted UHi eiBHy tf.
: U. AHTY.klt. B_l.e.. **.**** -i ... ...... ........... ..
I fTM Tfce Cltlaea BaUdlnvOr -futiJe.that:. .makea'ifs. andRands. ........*....!.t... ,;t S S Days Gone By I : 174*- UOO years ago) WilliamBartan physical director' I-.,
*** Jreft .i.4 An. Streeta f : The Cttteev welcMie spve.- i 'the Rhode Island major
Osty D lljr Newepp IB Kay West and ridiculous: gist 'makes any further discussion .!... .f the ,..-. .( H. read- f amad.f or his capture of notorious sculptor born m Ca111w.
SullUl ery. ... '
Daytim
FILES
._ C..ty era. bat theeditor r..rvee AS TAKEN FROM .OF,
. waste of time{ That thing- Is Selected ar ....'a.'.i.... ...... rtehtdej.te> ..r Hr.. vthlrbare I THE CITIZEN OF British Gen. Prescott which boost- April 28. 1938.REU&FORAC.
i colored at Kay W..l. n........ as .cond elaaa matter a I are "r..4caat at tM elm. tiN ..... 't e.aalderrd >!>.!... .r .._ar- redAlnePWar,-morale- in 1776, unfortunate ]
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What thre.gwKaty.. I T>* wrttrr* U ke MAY 28. 1338 I
a.R: or TIIH ASSOCIATES) rItESsr when the people speak at the polls. .a7 time. F.r.olltral ..krc* *fi.li_| tale ..d _..... t" letter I. _.... n ..Innnmmlll I in latter life born at

I Th. .A***HIOOl.1all U.ewaldlapatcb.sucriedited they say is the law of the land for the time far mawntam a.b4rast'tw.h V"i .9a.etb> w rd.i pupe due. ...wrltr.F. ,*.i..-. .......aid..1lb. .nmm .I Warren.; RL Died Oct 22 1831. r 6ElTXEj'

": ... fa.prOd and . ,. write Bi_>t .irmi mmr the Gerald Pinder, who was operated -I" William P. Letchworth. '
I. It *r .ot .tkrtrl_ endued In this paper being; whatever you may say in denunciation 182 fspFEDr S urea
MAT 24 THROUGH MAT St letter cad will fc* published .a- for in the i
\ alaa llM. hire _w. published her .on appendicitis! i the New Yorker who devotad his ,
is effective whistling: against _.lea ,e .escd ..t........ .
as Marine Hospital waS reported
.LN: "CII.l'n0a HAT! -- I life to: the betterment of orphans ;
.._. '1111 hurricane to to change ibf ourse., CURRENT today to .be improving. '
c..TMI' ------ try OO-Honeymooa: ta'K.Braakfest T.-.p1Mt: : EVENTS insane and the epileptic horn in
.'- 91. M..... .. ----j---. i"l.a The 'voters of Monroe and in ;Ciot>.... !f Editor I New York. Died D<<. 1. 1910. INWGESTIOH
.. ..11'" aatla. - .. county 1:15-Barnyard. FoIU< ._ ... 1.0a.20 the other 66 counties in Florida :spoke Ourkj.Vallo y Folk} m"* vA ',: May 25. 194.. } Mrs. J, Roland Adams. Mrs.: 1835-Edward P, Alexander, I
tt..hn __ _. 0:00-IY d Wftrinc; ekttw-q.. i..il|: i iiti-ji;/, Alice Curry; Mrs. Bernice Park 1 famed Confederate artillery
I s AfTEHTl 1 a RATES': yesterday and what they said i is final.* We M i;ie For You-tb* '.it !.:! I 'Recent,'Joe t*'HY'Ittr.'en} f/ and' Mrs. Annie Baker,'who had chief railroad president and au- 1 l

..; Mad Known ... Application may or may'not like what tbey-'said, but to:30-Rollf'or.faAWt 117 t9t7 Drritlil-dab.; '. .. I bav J.Jhd j uh&) ..ep2eW Or hy: :. been'attending the convention of :J thor born in Washington Ga. 1 S tI

.PUC1AL flOTICB' citizens'"we should altide'h1-e their Ilia). Ui-WithMoetn. lttr. 'i;1 I esplxi rae f.rf: 141rttneref';f I?Pocahontas, hdd.In Orlando, te- Died April 28. 1910.1837Washington. 1 tI I
All reaJlaa; .tke., cards .C thaaka. raaolutlona as good 1:00 Arthur GoAfr yStow.Breakfast. tlrrtledyesterday. I A. Roebling. 1GARDNER'S I
..I, : .t reepect. obituary& BoUem. poema. *tc, will be decision. < r '.!*.Hollywood- cab l.pr b1ems'.,!hicl't' qpparently! \, .are :
eared fur at tk. rat. .r 1* real I In.. f p 11:30-Ben Alexander:'Aow; -tab* 'I immediate; I. ---- builder with his noted father, of t
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Nollrea for anUrtalameat by ehurchea from which i numerous and require 'More i PHARMACY
than 50 Western
The : Key of the'country's biggestI
quicker we forget our disappointment 1:4S-StHala S% AL.ebaaMr.ti.; some
.. >. 1, be derived are 6 cents a I Una
a re e consideration. r
: I Mayor Albury said today will Division St at Varssla! ;
dl I in Butler County 1114
T a> CHI*** la aa opea forum and te. bridges 'born *
1, _...,.. of p.blt. ie. .._ sad aubjoeta of local ore assuming that the men we sup- .. I It has been stated \\hat the deartmenjt -> :attend the dance to be given by Ga. Died July 21, 1926. 1boom 177 Frt, Ds1$, J JI
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'_ .....*.ral.. ......a.r......_..... but U will Mat ptiblian..., anonymous ported lost the better it will 1e for us, and 12:00-wokron.'h.e1era-ab Kata smithy Sp,afca-mba* > Has managed to copo I former Key Western in the Civic 1 1865-Robert Chambers, novel- .................w1.

I -- the quicker we discontinue; celebrating; 12:3: -Words-a.n4 JJusle-ibe, with circumsiances-despite- it.not 1 Center. Miami, on Monday. I' ..- -_ .]

1a-Muto. Half )Io.,t nbo; I .
that candidates the better laving a- full complement, but
suming
:: IMPROVEMENTS> : FOR KEY WEST our won, 111J-Tba "any GI i-'nba! Three hundred ninety-two Key I B B i HBBBBBBVia VB
ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN also I it will be for us and the communityas 2K13-Four Houra of Serial*- Mjuccn one can readily realize that oper- West children have been given :
s- \ loc a Day-mba ating under existing conditions 1\
typhoid immunization by Dr. J.
a whole. 2:30-Bride and Groom-aba compel the remaining members TransportationOverseas zI I
Martin Block necot1b--mb B. Parramore of the Monroe
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Civic activities should displace politi- of the police department to work
Hotels and Donb'a Nothlot ba health department, it fc
: 1. More Apartments. : or < county ..
"- .). Beach aDd Bathing Pavilion. cal activities. What "would promote the SOt; G Hoaae Seatcflx-aM very many extra hours. Such a II announced today. Inc. I 1
3:30-The PartyebaPaul procedure being unfair to these Company :1
.: 3. Airports-Land and Sea. progress of Key West and the remainderof Wblteman Beeord*-ab* men. I
.. 4. Consolidation of County slidCtty 4:00: -Hint Hun(;Qula-cb. I Frank B. Harris a stranger :.- j
''' Governments. Monroe county? A dozen different 4:30-Winner Taka -I&Tc\& To engage oneself in personalities who had been in Key West two i ?F Dependable Freight and Express Serrlre
:. Band S nd-ab.rl;; I is no doubt banal. should I
one
Treasury *"
weeks sat in chair Pepe'scoffee *
let
things. Well this or that civic organi- a near 1
5. Community Auditorium. SttO-r-Uobert: "(J." U Wlacb, never be inclined to hold any individual this afternoon: drew 1t | -betwetnMIAMI I If
zation get behind some project that would biddies Hoar <.e"t'l'epeat.a 1 br.merJTsalw shop '
-w and-nbs_ ot minority group at a .38 Caliber revolver from his \ \ and KEY WEST I !
i r help us and keep on pushing till the project 6:45-Lun1'ind, Abntr cbt: *tNETWORKPROCKAMS fault for existing irregularities. pocket and shot himself.th oegh .. ... :

i r becomes a reality. II However, according to street rumors -I the heart, dying instantly. The .. .Aiao" Serving ALL POINTS ON FLORIDA KEYS .

r r )MONOGRAPH And for at the for many citizens have pre shooting occured at 3 o'clock. He j l li Between Miami and Ky West I Ii
now a squint race
sented as an example that an i left a note in which he said in j i, I

t = Dear Voters v l, the gubernatorial nomination. The: pub- EaiUrn; :Lacal'Tim' Far central' army's inefficiency cannot be attributed ; part: "Just bury me in Potter's | I

Fuller not Dan proved the better lisher of The Citizen was among the first subtract ana tiaur .far mevntai* to a buck private but Field. 1 am sorry to have im- j Express Schedule:
; Subtract two haura. Santa local ata* Field t
rather to the general or posed this on a people as
beSt (No Stops En Rouia)
to support Fuller Warren. That support ttana chanfla ksur. sF t.relay
man local .c..tt...... last minute are- Marhal' of that respective army. pitable as are the people of .. LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EXCEPT -
j. .r THE ORACLE started 18 months ago when! The Citizen gram c........ cannat'be included.WIDNISDAY With reference to hiring non West-V hOS-1 t]: SUNDAYS) at 6:00 P.M. Ar.
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began to publish Fuller Warren's column, residents as city patrolmen. one rives al Miami at 12:00 o'clock Mid-
t,. MAY 24sveei. does not need the aid of a gazing -I Key West Yacht Club h aj night. i
Facts The I
and Figures. publisher was en- .
lIP .. crystal foresee the count banquet last night in Club Mira- LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT

.:. DEFENSE ON A BUDGET BASIS heartened yesterday when Bill Egan, Ful- C.-00: -Xaws Report. n Mln.-nbo less animosities this action would I mar on the Boulevard. II SUNDAYS) at 12:00 o'clock MidniGht -

rP ler Warren's "roving ambassador," called .se.s Network est Silent Every Ui.ur 1)a7ba-abe-east likely promote. Unequivocally.our i and arrives at Key West at
Kiddies Hour (repeat)-abc-..*.t city fathers are confrontedwith Luis Avilo left for Tampa htis I 6:00 o'clock A.M.
-_ It IA an Interesting revelation that at The Citizen office and declared. "Fuller Network Hour Silent(4rtpeat-mbi-(1 hr.)='mb.-ta tKhldRS a very serious and delicate morning shortly after receiving j ja I.

-. cornea from James V. Forrestal Secretaryof ; Warren is our next governor." He did t:1!-Sports: Movie Tima-nb prpblem.A I telegram that his son had been .. Local Schedule:
not base his conclusion his wish to Guest Talks Time-cba home without the proper injured in that city. (Stops At All Intermediate Points .
:- Defense that he limits the amount which on see ':3<*-Chicago OrchestracbseastLum : guidance is but a house. A community ,, i LEAVES KEY WEST DAILY (EX. :
Fuller) elected. He had toured Florida to and Abncr repeat-cbaat" conscientiouscivic William Arnold local manager : CEPT SUNDAYS) at 1:00 o'clockA. j
y he arks for military rearmament because /:4S-New.rast by TJire*-nbCLowell without M. and arrives at Miami at 4:00 !
get a line on the McCarty: and Warren Thomas (repeat Uba: citizens is but a conglomeration of the Florida Motor Lines, left I o'clock P. M.
I
-' Congress i I. not inclined to back economic sentiment and what he had 'heard 7:00-Supper Club-nbc-basle; of houses with a teeming for Miami this morning on a'
con-
The Uculab Show-cbs LEAVES MIAMI DAILY (EXCEPT !
controlii which are necessary to prevent vinced him that Fuller would win. News Fulton and Lewis.Commentary Jr.-mta-aba mob as its inhabitants. Key West business -trip.- SUNDAYS) at 9:00 o'clock A. M. and I I
has always been a respectiblc
;' dangerous inflation. Bill Egan's last words to The Citizen 7:15-News:. Smith and and Comment Sorig -cbs obJswk community. We must exert all Today The Citizen says in an Arrives P. M at Key West at 5:00. o'clock ;; I

: Mr. Forrestal says that the United before leaving for Miami, were: Paily Commentary. possible efforts to maintain our editorial paragraph: iI i jI .I ':
News; ianer l>ate--reb status by working collectively -I "You can have lots of fun plan-
= Statf has to choose between military and. "I want to correct a saying that has 1:30-The Rollinl Trio-nbc good ning a vacation whether or not FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY SERVICE !1
Bob>> Crosby'a Ciub-cba: ;
economic risks. He seeks to protect the been making the rotinds\ of the state. Lee. Ranger Drama-ab. JOSEPH M. VILLAR. you take it." FULL CARGO INSURANCE -
Newa Comment-mba.
but it Lt in Change it to read i Key West; Fla.
country necessary to do so a : 7:45-Kaltenborn Comment: Etymologically "Arab" is a. MAIN OFFICE> and WAREHOUSE: Cor. Eaton at Fraada Ita.

manner that does not cause the country. toRn "Dan ain't the man." Kd.Murrow:Sports Comment-mb.Ne Semitic word meaning "desert" I PHONES: 92 AND 93 I
LEGALS
: bust fired) before it la armed. 1:00-Dennla Day Comedy-oba or the inhabitants thereof with no 1
American Time cbaMajror
Melody -
reference I
>:
: The Secretary of Defense admits that You don't have to know everythingto Special 1 of Agentmba5:30Great the Town-aba %-*,j.* < \ THE .("tRr.0'- 'RT Of THK 'to--nationality.-.- .-- - I

i l 'lif doe not dare ask for a greatar know something but you }have to now : GildersleevenboDl H r. t.a: K\TH U lur." I. "'IH(-| IT.1 I.1
expan } ; \' ChrlitU" Draina-i-rtB M 0 K-fTHU.: >*TA1TK::; or Kkt>HID>"i -.1: _
j inn.. nftha limed| forrVs because he fears. something to know that ysu 1on't jcnow Paul WAitemaa 'Taltnt-aba 1% "M.IX KWH II\CKK*H)\HOH f'OtT1..
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.Adventure. kama-mil.
High I
t k-' the inflationary effect of additional ex. everything. ':5S-FlT. Minutes Newa ba m BKvnm.v' 1'.IWRWKIHM.n_ %.II-4U7:" ,

w pcnditurrft... lie admit that if Congress Billy Rosa Comment-mbs Plaintiff f
: OG-'The Duffy Tavernobo:: I '

I r. wrrt prepared to approve controls to put' AIR fORCE PREDOMINANT f I Abbott Tour Sons& Costello ft Vilr. *--abo cb... } H.nOI.It v* ()"I.O.I..f..n.lant.iunHCROHIIKH REFRESH YOURSELF

Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mb*
the nation on a regulated economy the sit 1 OP PliOl.l'tT111TO \
':1S-Newa Broadcast-mbi
:.. nation would be different.It No one who has studied the problemof I ':3O-District Attorney Drama-nba : Harold *'. Gould
James Melfon Concert-cba Hurr..II., snro.W .
should be noted that Mr. Forrestal national defense will fail to "recognize Go For the House-ahc care Fast rmoulh.. MassarhnsseHi

: has asked] Congress to' grants$3.481,000-: instantly the prodominant place of the air 10:00 Racket-The Big Snaasbera Story-Drama mba -nboTba Tots to are the hereby Kill. for required Litorce l |.>fil appear dagoiln..t -

.:- O().) additional) for defense. This, the Conffiew power in war today and its increasingly Bias Whistler Crosby Variety Drama--aboOpinlonaira cba ,u.x_ OR you nr before in (h
: It III i presumed' U ready to approve. predominant place," declares General m:30-Jimmy Durant Forum-mb.: Sbx>w-nb* June lfall-'JlII A. mntained HIS! otherwise therein Inc will.ll i.e.- i

-; What U not generally known U that the Dwight D. Eisenhower.The Capitol Cloakroom-cb. taken a s r.>nfes.....l.
OordoiT MacRae Show-aba (lone and '>rdr l at KeyV *I,
... Ct.U. "f- .f-Staff of the Army. Air Force and wartime Commander of the American California Melodiesmbs1:0gNewi Florida, ini 2iih .;ay *.( May .1.1,
& Variety, rs.-nb I ills.
,!t Navy are' each short of their respective Expedition in Europe, however pointsout News:. at Variety' Z bra.tb.hews wn'T C I'nT.sn.\t.'
fc Dancing Hour-aba Roes SawtT.Cl I .
r nrrdx. that our defense Ls "not going to be News. Dance 2 Bra.-mba-. ...rk of .'ir.-Mit Oreiirl.William .
abc-wt fly: ,nd, .. ..>1'....__ t: $;awy.rt
Centlnutd- |
12:00: Danclnt $ .
} F General P.rmlley wants 47.000 additional i- I accomplished by air alone" because 5 l.paty ...rk.

: men fur the Army. General Spaatz craft must operate from bases close to air-I j I Attorney V.for.\lhllr"i flaintirf.OT1CK . I Pli1 ; -

lot wanta 49,000 additional for the Air Force heart of an enemy homeland and to have I LEGALSI ma'Ujun--15-nn I

.. and Admiral Denfeld says' that the Navy the bases, we must have control of the '. '. .... 'U I V TIIKT> OK\ Jl PHOHTR It.tC'O' ItT. --- ..s r

nerd 116,000 more nailors. Each will -beallowed seas, with land force to take and defend I*; THH COV>'TY Jl'ilGK fOrHT.I MO\HOK. ('(U \T%. *iT.''1'.: OKKxtate I =toes.aoer
\ A>""It KOH MO\HQHOIVTY.. 12.011 I ii,.
to aRk Congress for 'what he them. ." .OHI.>%. l\. PRO. 'Tr:' ...fGItAC1IAIIC

; think his ervice needs, hut the Secretary The General refused to be drawn intoa In re,:; Estate:. "fLJ.o.WOOO A.tYIYl.1 The !State .f Florida}:' Deceased... All PrnxiBM

(if f.Pefen i iaintA out that the militaryIt"adt"rw discussion of the relative value of the I Notice In hereby given to ased all. DIcdeal Ltereste4 l !. .... E.t.c..1 aM

are not bound to consider the three service his backgroundhas I whom' It may concern that (lien You are hereby notified that a ..
economic saying own wood A. Manuel, Mr./as AdnJ tetra- written intirument: purpnrCing t. C 1 el

Implication of the expenditures but, been the ground forces but that, like tor Manuel ofthe I. fleceaned.Estate bas of filed tileawnod.'' With the be raid the decedent Lat U'lll has an been.Tei admitted>tament of to i it

"' a* the civilian defense chief he must conFiller I other ground officers he would\ like very HonorableRaymond Judge in and lor Monrw R. Lord* County County -, 'probate,'".. are In herb said ourt.t .-..mmjin.lmI w ith-.

? . how much the domestic economy canMaud : much to eliminate it as an element of se- Flortda application, his Final' for Accounts.his dWharse and has in.ix raleodar month from the ,
made > .
date of the firnt publiration of thin
without controls.REPEATING curity. as Administrator of.the K.-jttte ofirowood nolio- to appear in said (nrt andshow "
<: A. Manuel, deceased.tedvtMay '" cause. If an> >; uu ran, why
The reason explains the General, is }; SrA- A..p" 1In." the action ofai.l Court in
(sd' r.lefiwood-'A. Manuel St.An ..
ting said \\il] to prolmlo
THE 1920'SThe of in AdmlalstratQr'-nf: > the Estate .
that "within a theater war serving stand revoked. a'lmlt-1
w Manuel'.
Olenwood:
of C Sf': I.' b
front of the light artillery, are some possibly ;i- deceased.may5.lf.l ,"d> Aquilino ...,....z.
= "wildest bull market in .Z :iJH., "irruit Jin'K! .,
twenty twenty per cent of the people in that Acting: In place o' he

.T yearn, U reported in the New York Stock therater" but "they absorb ninety per cent IX K.l.l\KNTH THE CIHCVIT 51U/c1Al1 COfBTHIK. ('IH'I THE IT fount qualified.ma24jnn2lIt1141) Judge. who. !. di..-

:L": llxrhance where brokers say that bullish of the losses-and we can't be expected to OK THE TATB OK -....OHIO.'.
>O KOH MOMOK OtT.
lA
/WFtI !
enthusiasm "not witnessed in almost a de- like that." ISH<< %>TKHlCHRISTINE OTIfK TO CHKUITOH* :
".. 11.4 : ....._ tk
U.t t. Ael. sero.l 1l.V i
cad reenacted the hectic of the I
days
I SIARu.IRET: ASTONPlaintiff. \ THE cell tiT OK Tilt 'OI \TJl '
DAMIN, Uta '10'HO": niT. ii
1U20.MThe Peace will not from charters .
come
.OHIII' .\ PHOH.TK.In i+rJ

ulujrpish ness of the stock marketI or peace treaties, but only when the peePles I DALE vs.a-:. DAMON, Ill"0H(1: G re RAi: Estate*!K L1OWHirife.easab of! t -- 1 "1z

I been something of a puzzle to financial of the world willing to l live and\ let r efendant.V: . I T. All .(re. are l
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OHIIKH OP PI l.irATIOix % lag ..... ..rD......... .IUI.It; 1S
expert during: recent years. It may be live on an equal basis. KLORUSA THR NAME OK. THK. );STATC- OF "!laW .:....u ; .; ..,d. =_ S :
: You and each "f .u err hereby
that at last, speculators have decided that To: notified and reriuirni t.. present an)
. . Palt E. Damon claims and demands, whU'h you. or |
'
the nation U: ,on the inflation highway and BLAMES U. S. ATSV Reward. Alaska either of >ou. may have aKainrt ithe N
Vou are hereby advised that MarKaret .
estate .f <:rac lowdeceased. |
that huge profits can be made by the pres- . .. Christine Aston liamoe. as late of raid County, to the fount
plain life; has Instituted a suit :
Judge of Monro County Florida ;
e I cnt purchase: of stocks. The Italian Government"continues s to aarlnst ;you In the Circuit Court of at bid office. In the court house of \!

""> The speculator may be right but it isvcell discover caches of hidden weapons in a the State Eleventh orFI..rlda.Judicial, in and Circuit for Monroe of the raid within County eight at calendar":ey7..t.month. Florida front,

for those unfamiliar with such transaction number of communities and the general County;; for divorce and other relief. the time of""tbt"-fir-t publication 1
.. You are hereby,required' Jo filq of this o<)'tl<-.. .larhctaimon. demand -
to remember that "getting out ontime" supposition is that they represent arms your titlecause abpearance on ore if hEf,4 ale d'o4e'Tuesday.en- elate rhaM the place.>4 ib wrftlng of residence al
; U more important than getting in. stored for possible attack upon the Gov- the 32nd day of Julie lilt otherwise poet offHaddrexs ..f the claimant.and .
1 the bill of complaint filed In rhall be sworn' to by the clai
r The experience of millions of people this ernment.In t said cause will be taken as confessed mant. his aicent. ..r his attorney and
by you. any ..uchlaim or l-mand .....t4)
v ('funtl'1ln 1929 may likewise be reenacted addition there have been mysterious It Is further ordered., that ibis filed shall be void l I/ct1
notice to b published .
appear once Jerry. Tr -vor.At .
at some future date. attacks against military installatipns 'in-1 e-ch we f'.. four con.- u- executor of the Last
tive weeks'ln The Key Wjest Citisee. .4 t oirlt..o
of .
Will and Testament I ? .
with small groups using automatic weap newspaper published .in Mon- Grace Lowe. deceased.AlBURY .

: The only people who succumb to hard one against soldiers guarding ammunition r."OuDtn DONE: and ORDRA Florida.,;t at Kev West. mayI4juJlz-t.IS-un Listen to "CLAUDIA L
Monroe l' : work are those who kill themselves dodg- dumps and munitions centers.It lay of May. A. DL 1f4S. .
(:iF4.AL) eon WKWF, 11:13 A.M.
I" .- Iiijf it. is interesting to note that 'the Com- Ross C lawyer. and ,SON : '*.

Clerk of the Circuit _r.urt. W. Specialize in AU
munist Party newspaper hints that the attacks in and for Monroe county PHONE 1011110
f Kinds of Neon WNDtt AUINOII1T Of
: Signs THI
Slate oft FloridaBy COCA-COIA ( or
There are people who believe in democracy are nothing more than a "provoca- Cathlen Notlaee and Lighting Stripping 648-M KEY ay
: WEST
only I as long aa their party is in tory manoeuver" and suggests that they Ophelia T. LesterSolicitor Deputy Clerk. I I *.'f......... \.\... ".F COCA OLA BOTTLING COMPANYH4
M.yeat C
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(,,,,''rol. ,- have been prompted by the United States. Publish Jor-:Plaintiff mn-J1t"-UU 'I SEE t:. ... AYE MONET ;*.;....te.4 tlri 1

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)+11)111. n.: os 11IINtryl'.t1.I'H)1'FItTl' ,
I. What people arc practically 1 .
( ,immune to heart disease?
i WI>rL will the next Olym-
City CummJaManrr *.w. Car- j !PJC? Gami be held and where! -t tI
J..-M iw ed exoneration of th> !. |Ww many people in. the
..rertrir rlybi rot Key West In < U. S. use toothbrushes? tI
eiUbihlunent *f a **.*.. reatrwn ; i. How., much danger do ter 'I
n m.>n- .t<-. in orerenuf 'tnlt+t do lobuildinxi in the U. S.I I
Y -.* )....*..* Oefciwtwenry.CatU each year! .
Mi) *... ..... ....-k.... atretuUr ... Wha' nn John r:'"Steverti? I
La /k., imet fi, *f the Key '*/ lo' -dws a community become I
Wiat Kiwvru stub.s eligible far :I
a new po?t-
<'**..V the fact that the only office'?' ... . I sI .
pu .... plans young people ran 7. What fuel does a/P-0 jell I I: I t.\P ''(b'. bo-'

ill far dancma and uthrr wholeWb plane. rise? I I,I T ISFILLING STATION on a.main highway tr ough New Orleans was closed Monday along
entertainment are plates How many tirpe diilleary t i with thousands ef others.in' Louisiana in protest against 'the proposed, two-c4nt tax Iocrtatao9gatpljoe :
where IMIUUT to ..4d. 1""Iy Vni!. of lio England marT't. i' Operaiprs throughout the state lettered their.filling station windows"'with notice ef lb.closincf. _.
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wr eot need in Key West for i Ulrj.no:. i ..,._,. .
.e center federated by lee.-.|.... 10, ,florae' mutely pewsonen wit-i : :, .. - -. ....... ..... -.
.,.......Im under aupervluMi of ne ssed the recent atomic bomb I! 4.-. .
t".t", LOWiJOj Jog up recent-jflse about "b owr OIL FIRMS BUYING
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". .S1h a renter should b. ')v1 ., <-,,(T.\ I THE 'maybe. the Goy't;Tor t hArm .:' CUtNA'SCOODFLARTlIAmerican'

J. ..* *!, fc* stated and refru I | should siefi in andZclant controls |. .
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I Answers
tat there *. amp;. mum for wvr- '. , : : 'tan oitr-and ":h & should land us i i SH NGfAl -4AP)- '
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1a tsvt rw Parts I } ":1 : i I HICKORY"GROVE: : In the same ki J.of fix 'they are and British oil." cumpanUs are
.f : .maKipg L ntmntr. .
bblnha sot : .: iitranaet Gltt+e,' start July I I IU Forstoday :
r+ tine improment. J IhB.lectUr is on oH. ,thing. is a coupon; and "skinny Chin L "i 1
in h*.i> ni with the K1 waM. :2 camti1. otust at Wembly What do you know about, oil .one at that. but ovsiniiientrBfei fe.tions -
arifle'f etlert ff C'ftrNftUNt' }!:'j. r".ndpn.- ' J >ajrs Henry. For.: one! ,thing; and So folks, if )'ou',hear talk about brtvtht. jemiitanpes abrati.As" .
I tttttne t. Awn6 twin ..,.,. .I.e1"s han. ne>tailf. i onthe run-combs Joe. Hit *l po"lna-th. states willIhU 4.. ,,$$44,004.000 anuaUy I 1 Raleigh Cronan:tiown ;t a couple Into your faj'orite-service station .att nf atibstahtisl<,eal't.-
I.w pared year with muncyfrwtn ., pn'Gt the builder of thl! of our stations here at Hickory don't let it go in one ear and out '.
.... *v1vd the 1uWnq ''at. l; rharn4 t'anaL' -and yoV get one gallon ;or the other-d&Jh off a line to your tate wTb prtfrpv .
cl4rjbup Nsht-CarIuneiii J'- 0: Postal receipt nuist total 10 gallons And no quest ions Basked man there in Congress. He knowsif their pVofiteffritd the land Yath f .
I vd lor .wkJpmft1 U the yacht at ....a".10'OOO .yearly. :i -or coupons And the! price is- you are Jvoteiv. D+.n"t out it .than let '- none" depieciate'4h
Ua lat.ml pirr by private rapi- 7. Kerosene. + "i !i.Six. about half what it isin lots pioo off 'until manana-and you drive Chinese banks. -; ,,"
.It. t.i lie seed the I>m*. notary /t_ .'.. like E'irope. t-tc. vhere in for your next 10 gallops, but One oil. company informant
ard Kivanit should work torHhrr tr. tAl\ I.0. \. ;,the Govt. is the Big 'Cheese inmost get only'2 gallons. said the Intention was .to use
In Mkm n"n "'an=-&' to . Son*.. tPtncuin kinds of business-and thatis I I Yours with'the. l w.doHLr some of the land eventually fur
,, (".. ... ruiutmcttun ef a pier at what I am concerned [ JO SERRA. purposes such as erecting quur-
.rxsStat. .. .of. which. 20 species and the reason for thi-J !r ..tecsfor vompany staffs. But
..... to rilie --tb Dole ar! >nQwnare, the must heavily essay. abJut-j I I; Eveiy sixth at seventh person; materials shortages. -even on the
"0 m1 aIu11.r dared present state bWJpC aU birds" ip proportion totttek And everybody else $ |. in the wOrld is a follower of Attack .market, hav. held up such
prattle** (4 '"AI nine the Ixm'f: ;, $'e. ; concernetl. There is_t ll.-bpring-'1 Moh, }nmed. ... .. $projects .
chjfr i4 Dane and 4her aped k -- .- . -..... .. --- .' -- -...------- ---
: lab tasty paM mr.tly by rid latyrus.''Cha/lej Kraeger chairman ....... --_...-.--_-_ -. - - .---..,.-.-..---- -;-_.__ '_ __ __'L
.,..u.,... t nerrran Peck: Albury.
Pik rnt Jiinniie CkllnwayiMttnrtl Icy Ittbe ttt' .; .' . ... . .0 1
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tanrtint rommittrv fur ftt1imt >t .. \ 1
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the ,.....1...... of I HI .. follower1Publir m. Vhatnnan. JoeBuza.r.'te . sc.Fox ..' ....
atUira: n.... Haunoera, f1na : "Itadore Weintraub. . \ .\
.ii.trm.n: Ralph F r.Uio. chairman; ,'-7.1; Rp. ClIari 3litcbeH .' 'J ". .
Law end rviulattan*: George : t '
't Lve. thau man Turn :)&..Il1na&A, SJJIiMN1:ht churches bnd busi- all the. J obsuseELCTICrIrY .
... Pn T.m: Jullu KoyasK pest .tanda ..1'W. E.: \ : : : I
.. .hair man. Vie Li>n(. uiw' *hdgirls wk; Under-1 .
J U.t.k. Ur A ,M.ihtfflua. h! assn, prMtejed .child' work and voca- S.. . . .. sI
J Qlynn Arrher ttnniilyutrtancer "' ..-fT .'?Albtff ':

flower and terefHiun: Walter 35NY'tradley >% Joe Sir- : I -ii'j's ;: ;
4 Wahlunn. rttaiiman, Mark Dully. '-UP' ; 'Myratl'. ?. : /
AI1"' btua.KIwanM Ujt, ...:- '-. "' K .. .' .
1 Cduratiun and public ':TbP'Rtv.. ,Brpnni if. Nichols, a .. ". ( ". '. '.' b:'
rrtatk.nlaer 0..".. rhalrnian: embei af'the' board>>f diiWtorsi&f .r economicalM"
t' 114'.1.. hraJdo. Junmieway. C I"'..'ut: 1tft' .the loe rKi- : :_ ::>- : : "
3 .nU.nub."wa accorded a rou . .
11 Mrmlirfkhip and .......fhhti..t. tac send-uU.bst night Mr.. Nichleave .: .' ": \: "':'-: .
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JT:}. __. y ALPHABET -" SOUP ., .. Poles Hail I' >D .f.i.:.1O.! i! ,rI



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.Poland.-(AP). The -

newspaper "Dziennik Baltycki" InfonualioB' for the AJ"rrtiaen :
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off' the lion's share'of Czech i TEi FOR REuri.AH ... rA171esy I ,
a"'CKF.TWPE 'F..t for .-Is.af$ i ah
lovakia's imports and exports .....,. la Invariably lararalar adsa.e
1 _j business. The journal said the Advertisements nude 'this head adTvrtiavracoaata sill I'4i'v _
Ji UI b. Inserted In Ta* CUizea at mey havaBLICATIO tbM .
Belgian port of Antwerp alone 53e'Tat .f 2 I! a word fur each In- m..I rkarged.
had counted handling aertien but the minimum ell.rite for UUAUL|.P .*
upon
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1.000,000 to 2,000.000 tons of th first li words or leas ts JOe. .To Innara r a The ratefor Mae*f.-* tape la 3c a be ia The Ollira e(| o. WfarTf
Czechoslovak shipments in 1948. word, mud tbe minimum charge for w'clork la the nvraiek .. ta. ea,
These it added, now will move the first li word i* tic. of publtvalloa.

,. through the Oder riverPort of .

Stettin to the Baltic since part .
All advertising Is accepted under the following .. .
: i| of the port has been set aside for event of error In advertivinatraneleat vr cvatrart. Ta. CMlaaw/ I
; exclusive use* of the Czechos responsible only for the first Insertion ia ClamifJed "aDteater '.nla'",,_
t t. lovaks. I Advertteiac for only the artnal amount vf apace .....pfttId
part of the advertisement where the error ocvar
Jt.W U.S.'ALPHABETSO ji With the granting of the' Stet i .. i . . e . ... . - - - - .
tin facilities the Czechoslovakiaalso - .- - -. - - - - - IIII.! .'" a

"{' (', U-P I have abandoned using the FOR SALE FOR SALE. .." .
\. German port of Hamburg which .

: .. handled much of their shipments Antique Victorian furniture small Will sacrifice one Kiwith +g tr si4sme,

AP. Newsfeatuies. b. ,-;. before the war, the paper says. walnut desk, carved gentle- case. $11 -60. Thopt
'" -: man's chair platform rocker. Chica Extension 1l& .k ii .
WASHINGTON. When the New Deaf .. .
took over the federal nmuwniunnuwmuwnnairaaflwiuiiiffliuumwDoing chairs, drop-leaf table. 517 j .
government in 1933. designation ,of government: agencies by I What's Eaton.

.: initials spread' rapidly. Alphabetical :tendencies prompted' maY5-3tx.SIGNS-"For Rent. -Reo w f;

much ribbing. '*'."" at th. 27-foot cabin cruiser, powered 40. Rent." "Apartment F.r

Today the alphabet is still with us.'not'-only in the federal I ARMED SERVICES h. p. Marine Jeep. Excellent i THE ARTMAN PR13S& .

government but in the United. Nations (UN) and in state and Y.3I.CA. commercial or'. private use. ... ,
\ private groups. 'i .- -to ..
Ready go. A real bargain.See
Jackson Whitthtad
Square.
Here are some that still function Jack-at Thompson's dock. Four lots. Big Pine Key
.X. .- and Southard StreetsWednesday ;
i : . .' '. may26-29jun2-3t ft. from beach. Reasonable.ply #

AEC-Atomic Energy Com {.Jr.1 Lt YoU:).1,111 LE? Vmunwmarn.w l.1iDIfUIII! IIJPlI1UIIDI1IUP' - I O.K. Shoe S+i.p.
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mission. Din Ue'set. living room and bedf f'

I. AMG-American Military Government ' Tip For.uture; Use 1:00 P. Fishing.Party: Naval room suite-two. lamps four'

. Hospital Patients. Joint Program rugs four ts of drapes, and '. Bungalow. smaM store
It.. YMCA. NCCS.: three tables. 78-2 Poinciana i and lime grove an few
ARA-Agriculture Research :':l Boss (Significantly. )-If I were '8.30 P. M.-Ye Ole Country Party Ply may26-3tx i lots size 59' x 129 ach. i.died

I -. A'dm inistrat ion. ; going,_tomy gt ndorrither's-- featuring Square Dancing : section. This can he -

.; .:: BAEr-Bureau of ,Agriculture cral; Tth'ink. .I'd'Vwcar, a black tie Virginia Reels. W 4TEDsTO BUY j! easy terms. Johnson "
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Economics. 10:15 P. M. Weiner Roast the Phone
I 372.
]r I rather than the' loud one you're on. son.
BLS-Bureau of Labor Statis- ' Patio Grille. Second-band lady's bicycle. Rea '
wearing. -
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tics. ? Thursday sonable. Good condition. Phone i
CAA-Civil Aeronautics Ad-.J I v Office BoyJ-Yes' ;ser. I'll remember I 9:00 P.1.I.-Dance. John Pritch- 193-W, may25-2tx| Plumbing. Plastic suppOea.stock. C.vii ilK.e
tile
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ministration. that next"time, sir.. ard and His Orchestra. -
CAB-civil Aeronautics Board.4. Friday RENT j 1 It brushes. Murray's
FOR.
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CCC-Commodity Credit "Cor- cy. j. 8:30 PJIL Bridge. Pinoche. 'and 1532 N.W. 6!nd Street r
Fla. Phone 7-3411.
pot'etior f i NLRB. -N tional 'Labor Relations Movies. .' .
CSC-Civil 'J I| ;: Store to let 33x60. At 218 Simon ,.
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Service Commis-
Board.NMElNatiOnarMilitary. Saturday fen St'Call-H.: Altman, Phone
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sion.ECAEconomic. : J| 8:00 P. M.-Movies. 682.' - may21tfI.ovelythree | Three homes in tlttf,.enM.
CooperationAdministration : Establishment 10:13 P.M.-second Show, feature ' of town. Two
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' (Formerly ERP.1 . announced at the Club. ; '
Call 736-Ror 124. 411
EIB-Export-Import Bank. ] (NRC* National Research. Sunday ' j : ::bedroom house with I i iIkrg Street .

_ FAQ-Food and Agriculture 1 1Orianizathm Council... ':45 A.IA.-Java Club, discussion -1 'garden for adult family i!
(UN). .....j NSC-=_National Security Coun- Group. { only; To, January first. $100,

FBI-Federal Bureau of Inv esligation. -: cil._ . 11:00 A. M--"Go to CHURCH! 'monthly.' Telephone 1021-J. | Electric refrigerator: buffet; "-

'NSR(3Natoinal Security Re- Parties." ;- -ic'-:. .:' ; ., may24-6txi enty-five Leghorn pullet. .
FCA-Farm Credit Association-j sources* Board, 3:00 P. M.-Classical }Hour selections White Street 1M'"

FCC-Federal Communications,l -9pTOffictof Defense. Trans- announced. i Fur.oIsUed: .two-bedroom house.j jhotifcter.

Commission. !! portaUon.v* 9.00 P. Fellowship Hour on .' Apply 1212 Pearl*, White outside paint $1.7 _....t

FCIC-Federal. Crop Insurance. OEM.-.Office for Emergency. the Patio. Community Singing .Sttett.. may26-ltx [I 9-inch electric tans, $fuMLH |f
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,. Corporation. :r.Manatem.e.t'1t: -' Beatrice Moreno at the t .9.- I i, erty & Co. 846 Olkrfci. x*
f"CIC-Federal Conciliation' OU0ffeei of Housing Expediter Piano. STORAGE
and Mediatjpn Service. : ... iytySu -- '. 10:00 P. tJLr-ColIee Hour. I i Packer. Call 1&97. ma.JH4C

FDA-Food Drug Admin-.'[ PAU-: Pan-American Union.- I Camera Club meets each Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture |i i
istrJtion. :: .'PBA-' .Pub1 Building Admin- Thursday at 8:00 P. l.LG. or'commercial." phone 798. i Pressing Club. Good
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: +: FDIC-Federal Deposit Insurance -'r istratior- -. S. O. meetings (Girls' Service = . mayll-U I| good business u,. .
Corporation. I PMA-frrodiicMon-and Marketing Organization), every 2nd f I| 809 Duval St n.y24- lc

FFC-Foreign Funds ControL1 Adinil1.iS\tion..: and 4th Monday. FOR RENT-ROOMS !\.I oundhiwa.i_ ; *
FIIA Federal Housing Admin f' ;RDBResearch and DevelppentV Game Room: Chinese Checkers Servi-Cycle. A-l .

. istration. t*i,." (.I m Boiard-XFormsrly JHDB chess,cards, ping-pong. pool Light. housekeeping rooms $5.00'j i I paint. $.... .;.....
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f FHLBA-Federal IlOmrf Loan ;REAcRanIElectrification[ : writing desks library current to. $15.00 'per week. 411 William Ash Street .f1
- Bank Administration.. '** *." A8r in1S'ttah : '. magazines various table games Street; may41mox.Cooi I

FPC-Federal National Mortgage : ;-ReconsJtniction Finance etc. Used electric refrigerator. 7
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i : CorpbraCionrRPB *>, : : tennis rackets golf $
Association. ? ,- Showers ,
furnished room with priv- feet 1933 GE model. Req.ne
t. FPHA-Federal Public' Hous-. --:Railroad Retirement clubs fishing, lines cameras, I unit otherwise
t- ate, entrance, $8.00 per week. good
service film service
; checking
inc Authority.
dition. Call between,
t 704 Eaton Street. may25-3tx 5:09 and
FSA-Federal Security Agency. -. SEC- curities and Exchange ., mailing and wrapping packages 6:00 613 Eaton St
Commi>sion. *+ ** .. receiving messages phone booths, I p.m.
OVERSEAS HOTEL 1INt y3i-2tsI
FTC-Federal Trade Commis- I SCSSort' Conservation Serv- stamps railway express service
".. " 917 Fleming Street
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f Rates I'I ...
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Weekly .
FWA-Federal Works Agency: SSA-Social"Security\\dUlinis- NEL. cabin boat 29
GAO-General Accounthtg Of- tration. Lesleigh DavisDirector. $8.00 to $10.00 without Bath wide. 60 h.p. _

fice. TVA Tennessee Valley Au- Gerald Pinder-Program Di- $12.00 to $15-00 with Bath f good condition. Ne

GPOGovernmentPrinting ti'oritv. .. : rector. i maylO-tf offer above $380
Buchanan I Write P.O. B.* Wi.
Office. UNESCO-TUnited Nations Ed I Beverly -Secretary. 1 cauipocd.
. HHFA-Housing and Home Fi- ucation Scientific and Cultural Doreen Cruz Information FOR RENT- APARTMENTS I Key West Flamaybb.r1k

nance Agency.IIOLCHome. Organization.UN Desk Aide. '
I Furnished apartment, 3 rooms
O ner's Loan -United Nations. I
Lady's bic 'clc. excellent: esfiO
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Corporation. . UNRRA United Nations Relief dumu711wI1111111uu1DNuutuuuN.C.C.S. and bath Maid and janitor
tion: 16-gauge hot&MR. belt action
IBRD-International Bank for and Rehabilitation Adminis- )Jervice linens and utilities
been aid
: furnished. Summer rates. Cor- never
Reconstruction and Development tration.X'SES. able. 615 Fleming ..St.upstairs. :iI
Interstate Com- al Hotel Apartments. opposite
ICG Comerce -Unijedr States EmI 1021 Dun Street .
IRa
l mi. cion. plovntent Service. Post Office. may21-10lx
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ILO International Labor Or-!t. .USCC--United States Commer-. I DEFENSE FORCES I

garization. 1('ial.Company. PROGRAMwnmulmtuuturlnruuimunumnuuununuW. I' Efficiency apartments, all utili WiH sell 3-bcdroom. uftltiritidittl

IMF International Monetary I USTC. -United States TariffI : ties furnished. Adults only. Also 1 house for $6969. Down payment

1 Fund. I.Commission.. t sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00 SI9 fJ. balance $d 9 BMI...,
. MBCC-Migratory Bird Conservation VA-Ve'tefaris Administration,.I WEDNESDAY double.. Stutz Hotel 410 Fleming ly at 6'. annual interest.lW
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\ a i; Commission. WAA War Assets Administra. 1:00 P.M. 11:00 P.M.-Billiards,. Street may7-tf P.O. Box 24.

: NACA National Advisory I Ping Pong Writing Room I
tion.WDC .
Committee for Aeronautics. War Damage Corporation. . Showers. Furnished 2 1-2-rooni apartment. Shiwtiess
beds.
NHA National Housing Agcn- 12:30 PJVl. 5:00 P.M. HospitalPatients' Utilities furnished. S69.00 Twin Hollywood
.:: iron double bed, large rt
; --- -- Fishing Party, joint monthly. Couple only. Apply brill
I program. NCCS YMCA and 915 Windsor Lane. mayll-tf any glass-top coffee taMCfireplace
Red set Singer elect*
Cross.
7:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.-Boxing Completely furnished new efficiency sewing machine. mirror, .-
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lawn
Training PAL Equipment apartment. Electric re- shelves mower.
SIT E 1.a.
other
7:00 P.M. 8:30 'M.-Sewing frigeration. Continuous ho t glasses items.

"4 sn IS- C CNTURY VENICE.I Class. Navy Wives. I' water. Phone 215. may26-tf, .m )
r 7:30 P.lL'8:30 PM.
I j t C N7E A'' stLTHAND -Spanish
Class for Beginners; Miss : Efficiency apartment. Couple j
PA/D.4
CULTURE CfTfZENiOO.OOO Remond, instructress. only. Paul's Tire Shop. Sd'
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j CROWNS FOR 8:30 P.M. 11:00 P.M.Dancing.THURSDAY may26-6tx .
L t For
L 1 iQR/G/N T/NG LOAF-

';' (may SV6AR-FORA DOGE 9:00 A.M. 5:00 P2+ Sewing Small efficiency apartment. $45.
Machine, Typewriter, Writ- No children. Phone 1094-R. I PASSENGERSTEAMSHIP ;
FEAST '
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FRIDAY
LARGESTTFAMRTYWA$ \' c:4 ia 9:00 AM.5:00 P.M.-Sewing FOIL SALE-USED CARS

GIVEN(1846)FOR CHRISTIAN Machine Typewriter, Writing -I I

.. A1/SS/OHARY FATHER HUCBY 'rJ tj s Room. Showers. 1937 Oldsmobile. 2-door sedan.

BUDDHIST LAM AS s { ; SATURDAY $393. 37 Rest Beach. Phone 21
. . . OF KOUNBOI/M. 4OQO j t 11:00 P.M. 6:00 P.1.L-Picmc., 1S30-W. may 24-3tx I
Carrie 2300 rrs.
1 Fishing (sien UD in advance). pae'41l
LAMAS ATTENDED / I SUNDAY 1942 Nash. 4-door. radio. heater i Single MTC time . ,..,
WITH THEIR STUDENTS IXs; I| 10:30 A.M. 11:30 A.M.-Com- seat covers, complete motor .
. ;i munion Breakfast White overhaul 793. 38 Rest Beach. I burner.LoMer .

I Hat Club. U. S. Sub Base may 2a-5tx i lerk: HK 1'4'.
r-\ 4 THE MASSACHUSETTS ; (2nd Sunday). ..
ttfcCCroF'7i89E\Ol'EDALL $800.1Call fret ul *|.arr, "lIh
j tOO ,P.M. 7:00 Fishing 1940 Buick. Special. 2-door.

i 7 tl Vt ,\ TAXES FptoBXEWERS.TO [t Trip (sign up in advance). I I .1100, Ext. 308. may 23-3tx I foot Clover Leaf bar.

;* ( 6MCkOTEPRODUGTpNI I. Information services, housing t t Equipped "i I II ctu1.i111utensils.
city maps. 1940 Packard sedan. $950.00. | .
+; 4 t + AND USE OF6FEK/N THE I _
% i Religious literature library, Just completely overhauled
; : INTERESTS OF telephones, stamps: wrapping and! motor brand new battery. I: t"t'nlUl dt-rk: T.HHukrt
mailing packages. railway cxi new hub caps. Clean car. in i
press service, laundry pick-up-' good conditionPhone 9-5. 1368: ", feel ur ,"|..anuf "Uklk3MH

available to all defense forces, evening, 1311-W. may262txMISCELLANEOUS ) t"ti. ft. i* .Ufl<*
DECADENT ROMAN EA4- j and their families
l floor opare. Can be uPe
PEROR ELAGABALUS (200A.I ) t MRS. E. S. COUGHLIN
j Executive Secretary. an night club.AUo .
SAVE SUCHUfGHLY-SPlCSD .
MISS HILDA CASTILLO. Washers irons, vacuums and 3 nl. lierk
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FEASTS THAT
GUESTS I4V.PE
Secretary. fans repaired. O'Brlai.t Phone
LITTLE "TONGUE GLOVESTOPROTL'CTS.f1ARTNG I 1164-M. mayl-tf ; WRITE Tom ,

i Uranium \vai discovered inline JAMES WARMKJv, ilL

. TASTE GLANDS |I" year 1789 by the German TOT guaranteed plumbing and re J Hotel MetUeleoiw. ..'
chemist. Martin H. Klaproth pairs. Free estimate. Call New Orleaas. LouUiaaa.

t ... 1 18J V.C'Aif ..:. j 1743-1817, who named it after thei John Curry. 512 Margaret St.Phore '

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E<] BENNY'S .: ;5 = io.picAi..TRAD i..r! f: HERE f 1! nW- a.sad certain thus product U 1b.TU doubt or"M lerrice t* whert is needed IMS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU, !


1 Motor Court. : ; Tit DUVAL STREET: PHONE'1000Nice : ,:. .!.....s.......... .,..,.....................: i....... .... ...: ............................................: :

: 9O9 Simoiiton St. ,. Selection of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS -: :Kit Is Elcetri- ..r WE REPAIR IT!. : : ; ;
o..a.nb1p.Mane 9 cal .' .. W,E ,SELL I T I .. :S'r e POOR OLD CRAIG :
Z el BENNY FERNANDEZ Plenty of Action' Toys for the'ChildrenElectrical ;: : "' : : ;
.. : Il For and Deliver .; WHITE STARCLEANERS ,; Service Station :
I SEE: OURSHOWING 30ye. :
J .sRCA'1r ST. Appliances! : & tuna la Electrical Work : :: :
I to 11LUNCHEON. ofHOME : 3 : : '
: Ht. jj J. H. BRADT. Manager PHONE IlK ;
.. Ih30 to 2 ;. ..........................:-.a.......,i.:.'jli,ca. :,. ;..:# II,..,,, t M,. -all Duval. -:,Street : .. ,.: ; Francis and Division Street r i/
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DINNER. to 1:30 .............................:..:........,"....t..y'+; :...). &1.. R.LEC1i1iIJ" ;f'_ -, o'_-V'fTaUEPHONj ., : :: Marco 701 DUVAL Mesa. Jr.STREET P'.. Tires Tube :
: Batteries Auto Accessories

t Short The Ord.n first -.Sea./ bleaksJ wicbH .' SUNDRY STORED.,...'.". .'..... ..........;.."..'.... \e.':.:.....:..,..., ,}.,.,.?.41......., :: '... 122 SIMONTON_ STREET :.. :.......Tour.....PURE.. ....OIL...and....GASOLINE.... ....Dealer......._..... Ii.:
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At All Hours .1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITS-8T' ; :| ::1: :,. r ,* *%%C'. 44-1 . .m, w;: }! I b-J +T.** .:. .: Dry Cleaningami .. ............................................., .

TROPICAL Try Our Frown DRINKS . a '"Y>UI Patron: InTUsd"" lira.\'i;Y:.';sz't\It.' ti;.::r r Tt'1fARIt"R,. SSCLL'S'I '.: :: 24-HOUR Fretting SERVICE. :: RADIATOR SERVICE ,

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..I Ox-n+ Daily and Sunday. . Ice Cream Medicine '* .* flMftALJfl: Snn ". Free Pick-Up and ,
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Proprietary r...'.,FL' .' . : NOW AVAILABLE
*AJkl to Midnight: .h. e.; ; 'DRY Delivery Service .
I :......................... Sick Room Supplies: .School Supplies : : ... :: ., : S: SUITS for MEN : : 6 Rod Cleaning Q Repairing and &Flushing ,
Toilet Prei>arationa and Article . 1106 OLIVIA : :: '
: HOMELet STREET
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:' ...................... ...........................?..................... : .Those Serve J. : PHONE 373 '..: ...:. MadetoMcasurePHONE I Z12.: ; BODY SHOP ..:

... ..................... ; 603.0 GREENE STREETCAROLYN
GOMEZ : I MUMFORD and ROSS : Who Serve Best J: ,; Specializing : .. ..........................................e.a

:. ; -220 DUVAL STREET :: WE HAVE NEVER ,w ; In ': ':.....,.............., .:.............................................

I FURNITURE CO. Exclusive Monroe County Distributor* forCarrier : ... BETRAYED WE NEVER A TRUST-WILL .:5 I Women's andChildren's :..: .:. :: .. I BEAUTY SIIOl'PE ,.: "

Ttt DUVAL STREET ; : ,; ; LOPEZFuneral ;
AirConditioningfor :. S' .: : : OTeneas'Hotel' Fleming SU
: Jinciillr Furniture .Ambulance Service :. : .' t r" : .
HOUSEHOLD:) Domestic and Commercial Use 2., 548 :. : '. :. ; : .. DONALD- -' BARBER ..
'33 _. Telephone : I Service We
PHONES In
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FTRMTUREPUstfe r ...".....................,......... $150 Jeeeeeeeeeee .: : : Apparel. .: : Scalp Treatments Hair t.
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andAppliances ; :: HOTPOINT Ranges; : J A. MYERS ;: : Directors and : .................,................... ......\

S S .. I: efri .rators. Disposals and ,ElectricaL Appliances J :, .. : l Enibaliucrs24Hour : S.T :BEAUTY NOOKScientific ( :

..,..,.. Arranged :: Washing! Machines. for. Immediate Delivery 5: LicensedPAINTING :e., ':: .. :: '. in All. Beauty Branches Culture I+' :

I WON. and SAT.. ; : HOME APPLIANCE i: : : Ambulance : Thoroughly ExperiencedOPENTILL8:00P.M J :

...................... : 60$ SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 Contractor : Service : Operator I :
....................................., ...*..".*.....: : FREE ESTIMATES: ALL WORK GUARANTEED :" .. ,Soft Water Used ExcltulTelj .
..... ................................................... T.l.phon.9127.114 Duval Street Jefferson. Hotel .: :. Phone 13S -.Night 696 .: : Phone 637 536 Fleming. SU / :
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: PUKE TOURS : : Key Garden & Lawn Supply I When You Want FASTER, BETTER : ........................ ; Fonder- :.i.r..e.... and the Public. Invited; :

i Pueeqer : : 914 F LEulMlINGpSETRETETSUPPLYPL'H NE: lOll . FLOOR SANDING : !. Key West Fla.SOUVENIRS. Frances Beauty Salon i

: Representatives : : me On Old or New Floors-CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE: : : : Frances Park. Owner :

: t. : : Full GARDEN SUPPLY Line ; Guaranteed Work Modern, Methods :: :. : 1010 CRINNEU. :
: . : : Beauty Culture in all its fd /uua ..
FLORIDA EAST : Courteous Service and Delivery J. DOUGLAS TREVOR 'CONCH SHELLS : :

:: COAST RAILWAY : .:..................:..................:.!....... 1 tf2) Harris A Phone 1374-R :. :: All Sues : :: / Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp-TreatmentsFacials Manicuring: :

: ........................................ ... :...............\.cnuc.......................... : Phone 1311 !
.: B ewisa.bd Ktxt . e** ............................................S ;: COCOANUTSSPONGES ; :.................For...Appointment............................

DR. c0$0"5 on Sa dwellings c 2O%, Fire Insurance : LandscapinglUarlandTopSoil ; Marion's i "CASA CAY,ii: !. "" e '

OFFICE S mere a n 111bldgs. ; ; IlUE50r ,
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: : : house by INSURING with : SOIL.$6.50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK .: : : I!
BEAUTY SALON
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: n..acDfG 8THZETBOM hold MARL HAULED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS Will Ship'to Any Part. '
: eUects.Atlantic Mutual t Fire, Insurance Co. ; U.SA." \ R
of L* Coach Hotel : : sonal : :' : Southernmost House in
Also Lots Cleared and'Marl! Spread-Very Reasonable of l/JS. or Canada ,
All Policies Non-Assessable 1400 Duval Street Telephone 1314 ,
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Save 15% :
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: r Ol124 : MercantileStock Marcy S. Palacio Expert Hair Tinting .K air Cutting ,
......................- : /. L. Crutoe, Agt. 'Phone 674 'G. WEECHTOP 1021 Olivia St. : :III. e : Personalized Permanents *Styling u/ /l .. &.

I .................................................. PHONE 801 401 South Street, .Corectire Facials b
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Flde( the I lit* lu d.e. B. & B. CYCLE: SHOP 118 DUVAL STREET : : Hair TintIng S
fC: n..' COURSEllavo: ; : : :, REAL. c Finest
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122 Fleming St. R. M.. D ana.-1 .P roPe Phone loll Open Daily and Sunday, EST x' In Permanent

Cushraan Motor\ Scooters 5 P.M. to 1.A.M. 4) : f : Wares . .
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: : Sales and. Service Immediate Delivery ; ; COMPLETE Dinners : :, Leases : .- Beauty ;
BICYCLE Also A La Carte and Sandwiches : Rentals :
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TAKE ; ........................................... Improved and Vacant :, to E t 521 Southard .
) $Ua Parking i Flags. : : : Prepertiet la Key West StreetNext
: N0. 1 ; : INSURANCE : and Monroe County f to Southernmost t
: t. lh.. .i Wi n hield8 l : : : : .. .. Beauty -
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: COtl t i. : FIRE WIND AUTO : School
Ii!\ Foolrc&ts i : BONDS : KIR.CHHEINER An Licensed
: H : and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : ... REALTOR t t BeauticiansSpecializing .
: : : : Ill Fleming Street ' inMost ;
and
FunJ Also DAYTON BICYCLES Key West I Insurance C Modern
: : o. : :. 919 WhItehead Street .
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RUBBER ENAMEL .
KEY WEST COLT CLUB STEELCOTE
318 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1371 : II.
..................... ................................................. : Directly in Front of Postoffice : : Phones 124 sad 7J8-R ,. Beauty CuJrur* .
............... te...*e.*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeei ............................................. i. Telephone 206 for Appointment
1............................................. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee i ...............$E HABLA ESPAN ..............
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: ThisSpace FOR SALE : S i. INSURANCE GoodWork-Lo\vPrlces. :
Our Customers Must Em : Your Entire House with : Da3v between 9:30 A M.and 3:30 ) :
.. ,, Satisfied I]III4J : ,. .. : OFFICE ; P>L Appointments are acceptedfrom "qf- : ...
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public Senior Students of
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920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1380 : INLAID LINOLEUM : 524 SOUTHARD t '.:j .('

S FOR ; OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE .J ; or ASPHALT TILE i Opposite STREET Bus StationPHONE TheSouthernmost \. ,

................................................................:.......... EXPERTLY INSTALLEDTELEPIIOISE ; School ;
: : : RO. 1 : : of f Beauty t Culture
S ALE : and : 1454 FOR ESTLMATEKey :
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S At I'rryReasonable : : West ; ;
.:. PACKAGE DEPARtMENT. 5 : -TilE- There are a number available with over 800 hour
'. of state approved instruction who know
: the latestphases
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Price e : 81$ DIVISION STREET PorlcrAllcnCompany in beauty culture. These student beauticians
; ; "We Delive"f, Co : :. under expert supervision of a licensed teacher of '
,, PHONE 51 B Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town. ; oor. Covering .. : ; beauty culture do good work at very low prices. Although . .
r : t : appointments are not required. it Is advisableADVERTISING
Ask for the ; el'ueksfYed Goods .. l nUVAL. STREET KEY : For Appointment at .
._ WEST. Stop

5- .:........MANAGER.*,...........!." .;.......e...n.., ...................................................._.*.......S.r"."S........J.....-.....fc.............................<...FLORITA......... ,............*..........!1 ........523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537........ ,

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.. Food) Shopping -" .r.: : ,' : :
CASII or ..I..lt'l"'Iift L. JOHN R. WATSON.
: ManagerPHONE
.... De Sure to Get . . .. .." "it1"'N'S r I\N1'S Regular 1235 Values $10.95 "-
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Regular $10,35 Values $7.95 i
; : The Fastest! w ; 5K5KLANDSCAPING( I :
: I' Ladic:' COAT SUITS IIALr-l'HIU. I : : : ,
; _" Radio RepairService 1 : : I-idi'*' DKLSbES Grrtilly' Kedurcd : I : .

Just -ecl-WIlIE DRESSES .

ENRICHED BREAD I t:.;:= for GRADUATlO.V Essential IteauliiraUtniTree .
r .... in Sunlit I-'orid" . Couch Covers Linens Curtains Plastic Table Cloths .
The Foundation of Today* ; S and Aprons .Silverwu..Radios Electric Irons : ; Surgery-Tree Removal I
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"Convenient Terms Arranged" ,
: Meat r4W :

S Pl4nnln6. S Al's sMusicCo. . HAMILTON MERCANTILE CO.HaulingMarlSandSoil & Rock : ...

KALFH rARALDO PHOMEm : : ;: lice.Lat.at 522 Southard Street- ; : TELEPHONE 1512 5 ; Excavating by the Cubic Yard :
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K.WIIt&.t ; HIT ., 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St. :, EbTDIATES GLADLYU..h GIVEN :

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Chapter 4 something about it-though what. baby.- It was, a boy. He gets,it all; Ij WHAT HAS THE E RICE OF FLORI GG 4

ILDRED. being young and 1 haven't the slightest idea. I'm the whole plantation.'cause the old
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pretty and newly awakenedto going to have dinner with another grandpa had been so mad about
a personal interest in herself derided man this evening. the count I reckon he'd made his .
she would tell )Mamie in a Yon don't say I* Mamie's eyes will leaving it that way.She-the ..
round about way.. at toast,some of beamed approval from behind the Countess only stayed on until the .
the thoughts that had so"troubled spectacles. : "What's his name and old man died. Wonder why he'd 4 '
her she had been unable to rest. wherever did you meet him!" come back now. the boy he wouldbe :
She said,"do you think a woman "He was the man--one of them- a- man. "of course and if he's. I i 4 ; IN COMMON WITHSTERDAY'S
know. when a man Ions bar who found me yesterday and drove gonna stay. :
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me back into town.Hi1dred explained. Hildred could not answer that." !If .
.. M ami Mt down,on the straicht- the
."His name is Lanier-Lu- rest was beginning to clear up.
Or don she have to tell him- whim den Lanfer.**she finished answering She knew-as did everyone who 14 '
tome way. opening his blind Mamie's last question. ever came here--about the big
rye*-make him wake upt 1*there plantation with its groves of turpentine i \, ,
such a Ihl"l"taking Uo much for T a bomb had exploded underMamie's and cypress, as well as the t -TRAFFIC VIOlATIONS?
chair she 'could
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not
(ranted-on both sides. I mean-if various stories rumored about the ;
true Jove is really there?" have looked more startled.
magnificent house built so far inroad ,
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"Lucien Lanier.Mamie .. .
Mamie sat down on the straight ., rolling the syllables over wassa'ln. that no outsider had ever so .. i.Jt:; :", .
backed chair. She much as glimpsed it. There .
said were I j : '
and It musta been him,then. .. "
DonJ over. ; ; ; ; -
know 1 know what you' tales too. about the owners but j .
rail true They say as to how there was talk they had mostly died down the -
love;'rrpt in story books of them opening the big house as .. ." "
and picture shows. Never have up place had been run so long by'a ; ;
She's back,
time for them myself. My first again. never come notSince caretaker and the negroes employed I . .
the old gentleman died and ; "
husband was a hard worker and 1 to work the land.These made upa ,,
she took the her and
boy with wentto
respelled turn and married' him small village in themselves .
Vau*. I .knew he respected me and live in foreign parts.To think it they w many in number. : i r>'_ -.; .J. ;
would be him would be meetIng eiaos 4
would you Now knew who Lucien ,. .
help me and my family all .., .... .
Gold doorknobs
Hildy. they - -
he could. lie died-killed in a Lanier was shewas sorry she had ; t
factory" accident. But I knew he say., ia every room and the bath not found some way to refuse his !. : tmay
loved fixtures. I got that "'aightenough invitation "I wish I wasn't goin ." ,
m* if he never had time for ., ,.
fancy words. from Martha, my oldest when she she told Mamie. -- ,
was upstairs maid that last winter.As .
"Once ft.
won't hurt Mamie
Mildred' nodded' ,she knew something for the danger. I reckon that soled her. The doctor'mi ) t con-*setup ;
of the hard struggle this rugged kind is gentlemanly enough whenit
and take notice-if he ought 'a.i.to.
woman had had. comes to fine manners and all vou was keeping company with .." ..' ,
*My second husband was no account but. if I was as pretty and young as likes of Lucian Lanier. If only the for A t .' i t.. C ,
-drink all the time till"I had you that would make me the more that I'd go-though'justthis: once .. ,t&-i .
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to throve him out. Mamie con careful -if I was you." 'jIt'll 44p; 1,. .- {
I tlnuf'd.II.. could sure make a "You might try explaining a only be onctrOOHildred( :
; assured -
body' think he was burning with! little more." Hildred suggested her That'would '' 4r
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lore if be wanted something, like her smile deepening to show her Randy reason for'jealousy'or give'to j j : : 1: t
the price:' of another drink. Yes. dimple. This was one time she believe she was being"courted;or : :; i b
you gotta tell >m. as well as could not sort Mamie's sentences. "keeping company." Yet it'might ,, f
lead Vtn. It dont pay' for her to let "I thou[ht I did explain clear be enough-to shake him up a teeny
him take her for granted like you enough. The' old gentleman that bit. She wondered 'what'Mamie' i. Ac
f say. never. Why don't you come I died was Lucien's grandpa the meant by saying Mr. LanieKs. .. t (
I right out and ask the doctor when one that bou&ht.up all that land mother '
was a "sight in herselL"That .;, '
\ he means to get: married to you. hundreds of acres and had such a aroused Hildred curiosity .
Hildy" She terminated her ownreminiscences' fine house built square in the mid as much or more than the prospectof ,
with a question thatwas dle of it.The seeing with her own.eyes the .
almost too abrupt old man's daughter .
grandeurs that undoubtedly rum- s -
"I could hardly'do that"she said. Mamie went on.in her own round- ors had increased far beyond realC .. . 8 r4
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I I guess you are right I just have about way of explaining "married ity. ., 4
j taken too much for granted. May a count' that musta turned out a no- She was decidedly' "glad she had ''we-
f I !, be the doctor has too. But I woke account' ; like they say. She Mime bought the blue"dress.
I I up yesterday. 1 I'm going to do back home soon after and had the, (Tv be ntia.d)' I' E ,
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coffee-pots, cooky canisters ket- case, bed pillows); PAPER, BOX 4 (. : _
'' ties rolling pins or other utensils (makeup box, glove box shoe j : : ; .<'. .
)-; made to fit in regular correspondence box with drawers for shoes, sil- .
envelopes. ver cigarette box, china boxes, '
1. A good way to present the gifts leather stationary box); ,HAND ,
H which consist of anything for the KERCHIEF; WISHING WELL : ' : 'f'i: *
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=1 kitchen at a shower'of this kind, (like a miscellaneous shower, -i : ':: 4 : : >"Hr 'f'

is to put them in a big Jack Hor- anything you care to bring). ; ; t .. ,
ner pie pan 'suggest the authors i iI i .
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: \ I:of, the 'shower book The pan; j juhich j \Si I .
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a large dishpan or .washtub | t L'fS. '' '
I .!. \.M.*.*.._ ,. is covered with cardboard or i '
'i, (You write Vivian Brown ThJs One for: CERTAIN
may .
l; paper secured to the pan. Tiling ::
i I in care of this paper about newsof 4 .
'I !.AA. At a linen shower the gifts may C .
be your own gang.) 4 I "
presented in a pillowcase or '
An ement tied to a clothes drier. I I Your ." : IhX: j : : "; ; -. ,
shower enq can be lots of party fun for or 4,1 I Bathroom shower gifts can be Horoscope 1 L.J. ''' : .,':' .J :''''#J' -..... t 1"t.? : .

the planners. In their "Com-I 1 I I placed in a big wicker hamper WEDNESDAY.MAY 28.:194 4= 4 '.: .' ;- :: . : :' > '.2 : :

I plate. Book of Showers and Engagement -|I or an unpainted chest of draw- The person born this day will ....{.- -.iIU. ..... ;.$. _'t-" ,:' )_4_ --i ,-... ; . I
Parties" (Garden, ere (such as people use in the"1 have' artistic and literary abilj- .< ,
City Publishing Co.). JoAnn bathroom to hold linens etc:.) ties, mingled with-a'jealous.and "' ' -- '. ; '::/ ,," "
Leeminq and Margaret Glee There are lots of other showers combative disposition. *Great : : .

son have come up with the foliowinq that can be given including efforts will probably: be"made to .. .
batch of suggestion: LINGERIE: HOSIERY: BOUDOIR acquire wealth and ''position, ... ." . r
At a luncheon. dinner or %teawith includes brushes combs, sometimes proving? successful '
her close friends an engaged cosmetics etc.); PANTRY (paper when supported by ,other as ;
qUI can make the an* napkins place mats salt and pepper pects. Much opposition may possibly :- "; '
nouncement by: shakers:,, jams, jellies, spices be encountered partially \"BOTH \ :
MAKE LOCAL NEifws1\i--! ; ,
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|U Using little cardboard rabbit, delicacies such as caviar or anchovies due to that tendency to be truculent 4 i :
[ K placecard favor Attached by ): GLASS AND PLASTICS 14 ,
1 i ribbon to the rabbit Is a card : BOOKS: PHONOGRAPH .

beating the words. "Pull my RECORDS; GARDEN (seed, LOOK OUT,FOR I !<
ear and 111 squeal." One of bulbs plants gardening books .
the rabbit's ears is cut from his tools, baskets watering can, gardening I .
head and glued to a small 'gloves, hats.PICNIC, s. PIN-WORM ; : ; : i : ii. i ; t.A: .l 'c. ;

umbrellas, chairs); (includes + J'. .. .,
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1I 1\( \ cotton fqiks, and or folding paper knives tablecloths grills. picnic cooking basket etc.), often Recent toot without medical number may tw laspccUnc of rewt victim:child*I,of.what reveal.Yi and I Y-Werm flue wnmct cnnru" *aaanaunr .-**' ': For ]local news i is not. t confined alone to' l those columns() .l of)f f{lie!:' japer) which

t Lo21l.ItTa-l CLEANUP (feather dusters sil- A body>d these pests. living iniid.. the huma '. .
can taw real dwtrea* .
\1ermht. .. yer-polishing outfit soaps dishcloths So) watch out for the warning sign that "
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i i , ,, iL.tfw.M.lwlet 1 dust caps, dish flowered towels aprons dish):mops TRAVEL , nay&and follow aTatin mean*the rectal Pis direction-worn itch.: *Get. -tipteliUy JATNE'S rVW the" 4 deal with court fines, and, firse, weddings, and sports events.. Int the advertise

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Pinworm treatment tod. -
fitted ,,
( bag writing cae I
Dyed In the '
laboratories of Dr D. Jayn A
j y D.1t& Quyn rI tra\'el ing slippers traveling clock. S... after yean of patient rmaich. Tar,
\ I tl ,Z Iedotli.ty' pajamas satin lingerie holder*.,, amaU.special ea way+y>t to 4aka remove P-W PiB-Worma.tabfeta act ia ments of' local merchants, the price of eggs. .01' )litter. .or Iamb j.. chops..is! ; of
I : 1 I shoe board, folding phonograph L Ask you dvasi t;For w fiaw ..awlIlnn i

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the white announcement paper heart is on written.which ,.. .. / And 10 other readers-where and; what to buy, a sale of men's sport shoes

Some quest wishina to hear I. : . .
the tabbtt I squeal pulls the ear .

if secret and out with it comes iL . bringing the,.. nr 54-gaugc nylons) tangible merchandise and services. .' available.: .all this is

Small pieces of paper worded '\' .
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-In a nutshell. Mary Green and : .
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Jim Joey are eaeeqed te hoi ]local.. nc\\s. :
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married can be placed between .
tho two halves of a walnut" -
:>K.U. The** can be banded ..- : -
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A match box pUcrd at rathplacr .
U oprnrd to reveal a single..

a liuich rulktl around runtain ff paprr which' which lhe U words.wrappedIMTCT teen un-"A i.. \ \ So . ,.when\, you read your CITIZEN today( for news of Key} West,. also

match .has than made- nnuuncinf -I.

Richard.the. encaxrtvent HutWlirn of Helen to,I.. ti read i ils :advertising! / t ((1 unlns;. I Read. t them (carefully, and t theii"I buy locally.

y 11&1 accept a shower inViUtiun. -
> M utonwlk-ally" afrcv : HOME or
tu brine S>fl '1& nerd' 1 nut be vx %
pmi 'r .but H shouU b* some. -
thing useful. : COMMERCIAL USE
Kitchen shower invitation

.may be sent out I as cutouts of : We Are Prepared To Furnish You With
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.1 . r U N r r . . Clear, Pure CUBES or CRUSHED ICE The Key West Citizen
sTRONG ARM BAAitD COrTTB> ;
TRIUMPH
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WEDNESDAY, MAY .6,1948 THE KEY WEST CITIZEN ,
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VHf.iH *.. rWHgn War soft. ; Straits. Gentle to moderate van-

UU.. I.. M* .,.....rf the Adams I SOFTBALL abler winds mostly easterly over

Uairy tune by a sri. of 3 to Omm I Da,.... Park. NighfTHURSDAY north south portion and westerly tonight over and ,
thr. llarvirw. Park diamond portion today
lad night. In th. : Thdray:*Partly cloudy weather.
nrght-eap, late: '
First Game-Bob. Sport Shop J Jacksonville to Apalachicola ,
C!**.. wwi I M* a tram stir Kantur 1 wry
Men's. Shop.la : vs. Elks Club. No*small craft or storm warn-
< rVcond Game-Kantor Men's mgS have; been issued.Report.
I the heal grm*. lh* pHrMn
U Hants, wl.... aid. 14 How a Shoo vs. Naval Hospital.FRIDAY . 4

M ar. tea th'* first fix. francs : .X145cSETTERK4WRW3WT INWti1s 7rSKJGY41')i011ENJlrw/tft f6 f1lJSEN
First Oamr AAnna Dairy vs. T
was thr. trading factor Key West Fla.., May 26, 1943 PEiP'fNMtOl.MWlJEllEl
Only. ssn! U-SJL Chanticleer. .: : -: A$ NISANSWER...YFP$14 WIffAtrr
.tan .had rarhrd I # Observation taken at Office
first ( City
sin an cart SI'I"-- AGO IF HfD FCoPURE
: FrrfWMl Canw-EJb Club vs :CHlUt|SWUF JCUM
error but hi th. fatal M-rrnlh : ;$ 4z-: ; Yo. .. '\ I 8:30: AJJL, EST) UVIN Arle.oett.At.arSSFS_ N/S lE1TQ -

V..I. hit a .hot bner ta ahurlawkard Naval Hapital.JUNIOR _. -ri-'_. .....::: ..t Temperature
n. ehwt.lep a1.-A it in an Highest yesterday 87 I "
) 4
CAP VTIrephoto I
SOFTBALL Sit SMART J14
poMtwn and ruuid nut Lowest last night 76 GfTQUICKERAtfSWfK

Ihrwv the nmnrr *ut and H wM .. Bayvtow. Park. Afternoonand DEL RICE. St. Louis Cardinal catcher lies on ground near home plate after being struck by one I I Mean . 82 1 10 YOUR LETTERS 'yet

..,.., M a hM mess AbMMn Morning of Hugh Casey's pitches in the eighth Inning of the St. Louis-Brooklyn game at Ebbets Field. Abatboy i Normal n n' - AV INCLUDING.'tIR' "? 'A

ts.kad. eat and John r...., hit I i I>a+I y. play. I picks up Rice's cap. An unidentified teammate leans over the.injured player. Umpire ArtGore Precipitation: &OJ FUlLHAMfCOMPttTtAOORESS. ;_ _-3 o t?
tine for lagraham dwubkd U Edwards stand by. A moment,later. Cardinal 'Manager Eddie Total last 24 hours .00
and Dodger Catcher Bruce 4,,, i ,
kit and VSllareal). I <
went to third .88
Total this month ins
intentional bean balL mn' y
V.... TENNISBayrtow Dyer argued with Gore apparently charging thit Casey's pitch was an SERVICE NUMBER -' yr ay
hH to "rat .... ... threw Deficiency this month 2 02 ins. =
..... and Vtttarral. WM Ml Al II Park. Afternoon' ,After prolonged bickering. Dyer was ejected from the game. The Cards won 13 to 4. I: Total this _. 16.79 ins. CUM: CR! INfUXANCf.KUMf{fc rro

Ova hind.. out for end .., '' and Might . .. --- - -.- ...:" year I PAte'OF FIRTH .
jh the --- - --- - - -- - Deficiency this year 7 87 ins
.
famr t I I>*fIT play. HARMON DEFEATS SNEAD IN PGA I Relative Humidity I it"I
Vets ararnl these Bret rwi .henJiOiy '' at ':30 A.M. ', ,
VtlUrval. walked. am* SKATING QUARTERFINALS'I' 70'iSarometeF; I -.- I- --- --
'I
.ttthp arand and a throw put IUMan BayvUw. Park.. Night 1 r rrll.l. YOU .' -,,".,;?
third and a ..... pHrh tmntKtThHf (Sea Level) 830 A.M. t l Navy Wives End
FRIDAY f 'Ij
t flaws ........ x.P4r, '29.89 ins.-10119 mbs. I
: Two Blade\
7.00 00 P J\i\
UM I Iwo to 9:
runs tame inth j Tomorrow's Almanac I Bowling !i .
ToulneyEdna !
'* third on I.. Mn..U<. and m Sunrise 5:39: a.m. I I

walk' and a double by Men IIASEDALLMunicipal .. 7:09: : Heavy WorkMrs.
pm.
Sunset |
'. At bat.. HopkMM.. .hM two safety Stadium. Afternoon Moonrise 11::33 ..m.Moon..et Porter was .high bowler !
t tu .lead tn* batteva.la SUNDAY 9:27 a.m.i i yesterday at th'e i
Navy
wives !
.w th* lt 4d." v...* mad. a'{;1 I ,,. ', :' Bcnham I made tMa
No announced. final bowling session, the Sub-
wonderfdl raU-H Ualrn VHtrreal . :, game on cake with my own hands.
;; '
_
and Fallen playd' ..*.. furwinnrrm. ', Array Barracks. Afternoon TIDESTomorrow marine Base Alleys; with a score ]!! Benham Well many hand*
1f . IlicfinbwUiain and P.K SUNDAY- t :, of 155. Lillian Meek took second 'I make light work You ew*M t.
I Valdrc. Warr the bwt let .lease.py .. (Naval Base) place with a score of- 145 and have had help. .
Nj announced.TO .
< games I Flo Faulconor ,and Helen Voegt
Nsv+r*: R. II E. : '.Eastern Standard Time) 1 j

.. Adams 000 000 6-0 J Jrw High Low lin tied for' .. third place, score i I Giant \
R \' SI.is 000 o-a s i iit ).\"'*S lURTIIDAYS .117am. 5:25 a.m. 132. i Mushroom
RUT Griff and Sand I 12:00 p.m. 7:32 p.m. !I Other bowling enthusiasts present j
Harris
m 11
: (Know America) Australuu
I were the Mesdames Corky |i SYDNEY. -4APA
and F....... -
Al Jwbon. ,.born Herron Betty Mason Edna' mushroom gathered recently M
3 singer-actor in I ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA I !
Twhaar. bits: Mean J l*>wk .> : Walhi '1Jft. D. C, 62 yean ago.I Reference Station: Key. West I t.Breeding Janetl'_<'lsten. Bunny Mullengandra (New Sown -
u4m ir.e.C J. VHUrr .
B ; Vakk-x. Robertson Alice Beh. Vera ''Wales) in the Rivenna that big
U. H. Senator Alesandrr Wiley .. r Tim of] Height of j .
l tMrurk Clriffrn
vi ; out: by 2.
''f l.r Hart S. here. on .bath. : <4flinllrn iif Wi, rwuin born Chippeawa . ; : St.tiODTid. {high w.teil) Wood, Emily DesArmier, Norma expanse enclosed of Australian inert
between
Taylor and Gloria Barber country Uft
V u/f IlaftM I I. lane cff Falls' Wis, 64 years ago. _
:
-+ .O<., : Bowling terminated for the j Murray and Darling Rivers' me4.
(bridge0h 10m 00ft
: )
4 Ramie 1,01). wat>ttis: V6&mtI and I: Leon Henderson, economist, "' ;iw No Name Key : reason yesterday. Swimming for I sured 18 inches in diameter lot

Tynr : chairman of the Americans for the Navy waves group has been !i trunk was four inches, thick .
.
(east end 2h 20m
i. ) +
'. Democratic Action onetime Price : "$ 'I,
---- i Boca Chica ''. scheduled to begin next Tuesday j I I Good mushrooms though cwt
In th Mvund th. Elks :: Administrator, born at Millvilte, .
Mm --- '. : i at 10 A. M. at the SubBase'Pool. of.course. of this size. invaiiaMfc'
+1 :, flub w.in vr th* Kantar Mrn's I N. J. 51 years ago. i ,, :. ,. (Sandy Point)-Oh] 40m : are found fh sheep country The
Caldes Channel
1 Mnfi tu .inrr*** thHr .lad. in the' I Lteut Gen. John E. Hull commanding animals not only] manure thv
CAP 'WirepbotftiTHIS (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft !1'i (
4)) taws II .league by a full two I IRam. << army forces in the Pacific i- For centuries until comParatively ground in which the muhro.ifi
: ; .. aver tMin.J I I ITh born at Greenfield, Ohio, 53 WAS THE SCENE as Claude Harmon (dark shirt) scored a I.upyictory; over Sammy Sneadon NOTE cOo I, modern times, wind and spore thrives but heir SAM* j

I Kanlur Mrfl's. Shop started, I IHi years ago.Paul the 42nd hole in the quarter-finals of their scheduled 36-hole match:of the PGA tournameht. at ": | waterpower on a small] scale on hooves cultivate it *
t M..inc M *h* fir t with a i Lukas. screen star born St. Louis. Officials measure the distance of Harmon's ball (nearest :-Cfnya.Jrom) the cup beforehe 6(-):Minus sign: Corrections land for grinding corn and on sea ';,I
.. walk and twu similes and in th* I horn Snead His ball i-ai-dg. W ",(ground) tJfonH60aifwon b _to. !be. subtracted. i for propelling ships were the The of
in Budapest Hungary, 57 putted for Tictory. is at right. oi-gteen4, f Corrections to population Santis..
( Jig
S---Plus ; :
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f./nth tote DOd Live ruM "
that
years ago.Charles. the event Tuesday. jr. only power man could control capital of Chile. is about 9S8":
be added.
I MI lour Mt and two walk. In the I I !. 000. v
Winniger. actor, born --_.- -- (h-Hour. -- .___
<*. 'math the Mm Shup arurrd. threeeft I In -- --- ------ --------- -- .u.
.> a niupl ... walk and a (hnmrbv ; at Athena Wis.. 64 years ago. : .(m-Minute. -

a J.ohnI-y () de1L In the filth II. Freeman Matthews. Ambassador Indians Defeat Senators (ft)-Feet i
thy knotted thr N'etn' on two j I to Sweden .born in Bal 1- Temperatures THREE HOTELS IN MIAMI% at POPULAR PRICES. t

.." trrvrm. but the Elks Chsb won lh* timore. 49 years ago. I
ea (.fn* .in th* Math mn a walk and 1 Ithrrr Dr. Charles E. K. Mees of Eastman 7:30 AJ*. E.S.T. Patience- I i Located in the Heart of the City

errors and a Mnilr. by; S"ium .. Kodak famed' photographic Athletics Beat White Sox RATES WRITE or WIRE
ROOMS\
e. >..i to rrntrrRichard researcher born in England 66 Station- After 80 Years j REASONABLE for RESERVATIONS

|Vrf p tchU hU first years egaLeonard. Atlanta .____ ... .. . 65'; with BATH and TELEPHONE '
Rarer. I.M* the Ktka. Hr fannedUK Bacon pnet-author, BOSTON RED SOX COW* Billings u. ._. 50 I II' WEYMOUTH, England.-(API..
)
MMMMI ktrurk uut the.. born in Solvay, N. Y., Gl years' Birmingham -. .u____ -- -..- 66 Eighty years old Henry Holah | Ford Miller
AI "bat rl4taa htt Iwo safelyf. ago. TO ST. LOUIS nnIF.S ()'\* -'r' I' Bismark--------------------- 56 spent 30 hours adrift at sea in a i Pershing .

." the Mm. Shop and Pace hit Quern( Mother Mary of England 'How They Stand Boston _,,_ u __ ._ 52 small motor boat after.the engine Hole! Hotel)

|..o fur the. ttka.: born 81 years ago.Read ; PHILLIES WIN Buffalo --- -- :-.. --- .*-- 51! broke! down. "I wasn't unduly 60 N.E. Hotel j
In the. ,...w. Un".... Anuira.Hrmt4Hs I i I Charleston .--_ ._-.. mhh..n. 69 alarmed," he told coast guard 80 Rooms 3rd St. 226 N.E. 1st Ave. 229 NE. lit Av*.

III and Inaraham played the Classified Ads in The: ROM I PIRATES Florida-International Chicago . umU _._._. .. 51 rescuers. Ive been in tight spots Elevator 100 Rooms 80 Rooms -
Elevator
j a vny goal ftarr* and.) hue the "Itiren.basts I Baseball Corpus Christi .m .._____ 'u 71 before." Solarium Elevator
|i-*rs. Kerr. n-ti. .'*r. Ih bent fRT AiuMM-hitril rr." I LeagueI Denver __.*_.__ _. 46 Heated
W. L Pet un u. --
Soars n II I F.Kanu : Solomon, Rodriguez; base! '' NEW YORK May 2& Lemon, I Club 30 17 .633 Detroit . __ _. u_ -..____ 55 Canada has a Ministry National 3 BLOCKS FROM UNION BUS STATION

... 100 310 0- S S 4 on balls: off Perez 5. off Rosam Cleveland Indian pitcher, hurleda :: Tampa .m - 30 625 El Paso .. ..___u. . "n' m'_ 60 Health Welfare.
'I' Havana 18
lilts: Club 000 V QO O-a 7 2 7: struck out: by Perez 6. by Ros four-hitter against the Wash : 26 22 .542 Ft WorthGalveston -- U -_-- ..... --. .u '65 -- - -.- .-. .- - .--

I R. |Vrf and I llrnnqwc. Rosll > am 2; lime of game: : 1.00; umpire jngton Senators last night .and ; St.Miami Petersburg. 26 24 .520 ..bU.__ . . 70 a

sin said .,......, *: Yillareal and Tynes; scorer won his game by a score of 4 to 0.; Miami Beach . __ 24 23 .511. Jacksonville . '_.. .._..._ .Z ,
m* run: J, CfVn:: atolrn Aguilar '. .479 1 Kansas City .__ ._____.m:. -_ 4') o
.. .. Philadelphia Athletics also won Lakeland 23 25
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from the Chicago White Sox, 4 to West Palm Beach 18 27 .400 KEY WEST 73 .. sN Mpufar PARTY LINER .
")IU....: KM'KK.sS": : OITRUNS' TRAIN Key West Airport . 80
f I 3, in another American League Fort Lauderdale 14 =35! .286 - '' -- S t
right eame. St Louis Browns I Los Angeles -__ __ 56 .
Ie i .
i1 downed the Boston Louisville uu- : 52 -:
Ie-j I I Red Sox 9-4. i Major Ba eball) Leagues Miami __ ..74 l'.
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-T .L r In the National League the i - ..
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I 62
tfi If( Philadelphia Phillies beat the AMERICANClub I Memphis 54 -: : .
J J Pittsburgh Pirates 4 to 1. I W. L Pet Minneapolis
r New York Yankees defeatedthe Cleveland 19 8 .7041}| New Orleans ._ ._ 71 I .

I.C. Detroit Titters bj a score of Philadelphia 20 10 637 New York 51 .
16 5 in the afternoon- Norfolk 70 -
IL4WE : to only New York 18 11 .621 u wR
50 :
Omaha
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II game played yesterday.AMERICAN Detroit 16 17 435 hU .
I Pensacola 71 .
fr' LEAGUE St. Louis .. 13 14 .481 Roanoke - 62 '. -
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Night Game Washington 12 18 .400 p.ta
55
Louis
I RII.E. Boston ._. b . 12 18 .400 St.
San Antonio 69
Cleveland] . 4 11 0 Chicago 7 21 .250: u 51 .' M1
San Francisco
Washington 041 NATIONALClub ., f'-
rt ; Scat le _ 51
,
M Lemon and Tipton: Haefner, ] W L Pet Tallahassee ._ . 69 ...

Welteroth and Early. -, 'St Louis U 19 9 .679 Tampa __ 7o; .

i New York 16 11 .593 Washington B2 \ e
Night Game :i Boston 16 13 .552 j -
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n.Jl.E. ., Pittsburgh 16 14 .533 1 ,
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St. Louis 9 17 O.'; Philadelphia 16 16 .500 on Voluntary Foreign Aid 4 . ,
491 iii
Boston Brooklyn 1218 .400 Zoldak. Biccan and Partc-c; Chicago .- 11 17 .393 ,. gether governmental and private!' a tr
Kinder, Parnell, Ftnis, McDei I
: Cincinnati .m 12 20 ..375i ; programs in the field of foreign ..,
and Tebbetts.
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Softball Leagues i
Game
Night i I --
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I Philadelphia! hh' m 4 9 fl I Clubs{ : I W. L. Pet

Chicago h_.___ . _. 3 10 1 I: Bob's Sport Shop b 9 0 1.000
1 Scheib. Savage and Rosar : Vets of Foreign Wars 4 5 .444Adami

1 Wiaht. Harrist and Robinson. I Dairy -- . : 2 5 .286 CIGAR STORE I

1S 1 SubRon 4 __. ':.*.n J'_ 2 7 .222 i
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1l New York 22. \ Club- W. L Pet
l Detroit 5 12 3. .833' .
5 1
- i Elks Club
Raschi and Berra; Hutchm Kantor Men's Shop 3 3 .500 Zic4x4e ' ff

Benton Ovemiirc, Gray and', Naval Hospital 3 3 .500 BASEBALLSCORES' I :

Swift. VX-1 Flyers _ 15 .167
('P l'b."o' j He's considerate of others

s'S; Hars MILE RACE in which the "mul NATIONAL Night aame.LEAGUE I, WILL YOU SMILE? '! I ,:, He gives called party time to answer r' 1.

f Illinois Central Railroads ,pauen.r R. H. E.f
.pnu- esaas 1a ahead *MH. . He when line is in '
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I CrHnyUle. Miss. "Ha.lun No Use never interrupts use 1>itElii
II .. ttel.... .knows : -014 Reluctant..t Clayland.I Philadelphia ____ 4 10 0, : i, POPULAR BRANDS of
ridden In relays frees Pittsburgh 1 6 Oi He releases line in
.1 'w' mules m' U emergency .
BoroI..t Ibe iAiah 11M with State Legw.tor Erickson. Rowe and Semimck; |" "Madam you-look won erCul Cigars and Cold ..

MiH.". ,. C.W. spproscbs Old Reldctaa t" came In three Riddle and Kluttz. i I! this morning. | I r

Larry Pryor 1a the saddle. was staged by "aden.f } "Very flattering I assure you Soft Drinks SOUTHERN SELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY -

I minutes ahladN.I,," lSorThe a a rue publicity stunt to point up String beans (frijoles) are aj! but my daughter is already.mar-1) ;... .......,...4. : -

lbe' Ni"lIdppl Della counttT stable: article of) food in Mexico.\ ._

tUir.. cowplalate cl pool lulu .nk. ned"T ; ..,
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PAGE EIGHT THE KEY WEST CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, lAY 26, 194&

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I: Federal CourtConvenes I II LOUISIANA'S NEW SENATOR .SEATED 'V Three Births III Supreme Court Justice J, WARREN.{ WINS
PUBLICITY :
,
200 i Continued FreH .Page One)
i
: i
Leader lit Jii!, lirc Rare
Naval Hospital; ij iI into the Supreme Court.race' after -

I ) HereTomorrow ; iI j the other two hd aanounced.

MEN f COME 'I'II A six pound', eight ounce son I I The seat they were sacking was

TO I A.M.\ z. :t + Ak 'was born- in the U. S. Naval I I vacated recently: -' by" Justice

', L Hospital .to Mrs. Charlotte Ray '' I Rivers B'uford who retired. Justice : -
I wife of Edwin t Hobson was appointed fi'mi
Ray FN USS
HERE JUNE 7-8 A session of the federal. court' : I Gibnorc. lIe has been named 1 the sixth circuit judgeship to fIn

will be held in Key West cginI -; Kenneth Theo. the place until the runoff winner
1 1E .
takes the seat in January.The
ning tomorrow morning with
LA CONCHA; : HOTEL: TOUK *- Judge Alexander Akerman. pre- L., M born to Mrs. Ethel Blair, wife was Hobson vote 126.823 from 1.418; Walker precincts 10S.-

I |: siding. of Charles M. Blair ..Jr. CTM 552 and Watson. 192, 30.

: III.IIEADOUAKTEKS: ; IJKANNAN NOMINATED Docketed for hearing at 11 A.- ,. jr 4 USS Odax. In heavily-Democratic Floe
.1 I A
seven pound son 'was born !I
z
! SEC OF AGRICULTURE M. are petitions for naturalization da Democratic nomination is
Mrs.
to Norma
Smith, wife of
-TO TOUR CITY AND and. at 2 P. M. hearing on IQIIM b y. (',(equivalent to election. The Democratic -
I Cecil L. Smith EMI NOU
Sec-i I
' motions for dismissal the defendant
1 ; ", by gubernatorial vote May
t NAVY BASE 1 B. C. Papy in two ''civil''' tion Danford Base.Lee..He'' has ben named 4 was a recod-brcaking' 564.2M.

i ,r cases United ,States vs. Edgar*. :; At that time. Warren polled 189,-

t latmru cvrcuUvec' from all sec- United States vs. Edgar L. San- i, 4 Edward l 'Johnson --

: lions of the state will gather here chez and B. C. Papy suits to '

June 7 and 8 for a two-day con- ,h,- foreclose income tax liens. Visiting In City I
I ,,.nUon.and a tour of the city There will be no'trials' of cases

the Key West Chamber of Coma at this session'of the'court. It iSj i 0 x .lot, 7 7is ,\ Edward E. Johnson, son of Mr.
merle announced today. anticipated the business of the i, w. tmd Mrs. S. D. Johnson. 1307

I From ISO to 200 are expected to court will be completed in one xw fr. Newton street is in Key West on ; J. TOM WATSON

f attend the joint meeting here off day. \i I| a 30-day furlough from Biloxi, I I The officers and, members of

,,J the Florida Publicity and Public w Judge Akerman who is retired I I : Miss. I 1 I SAWYER DEFEATS the Voters' League are grateful

I! Relations Association and the 'from continuous active service I Johnson recently completed a !i I (Continued- From Page One:) for the support given bv aU. the

t Ftorda Attractions Association. last presided in federal court ,at I[ course in radar training, and has ; Grady Burton by 1,390 to 872 in
They were arrbe the morning of Key West in May 1932. CAPVlrephol.. received a diploma in recognitionof I the race for attorney general of candidates who contributed to

June 7 from Miami. 1 LOUISIANA'S NEW U.S. SENATOR. W. C. Feazel (right);, chatsin the work completed. I the state. the funds that promoted the rallies .

.I The delegates will be put up at Swiss Storks Are I Ii Washington with his Louisiana colleague. Senator Allen J. I| After spending a furlough in Ross Williams carried Monroe held during the campaign.
La Concha Hotel where they will | I the Island City Johnson will report I I.
of the
for Circuit Judge
, Ellender (left), and Mrs. Earl K. Long wife of the Louisiana governor county
have their first business meeting ( alter taking his seat. He succeeds the late Senator JohnH. f for duty at a fighter-plane 11th judicial circuit by a vote of
the afternoon of June They will Extinction base 'in Georgia. I
I, : 1, i Near Albany 1,681 to 1,630 cast for William ,
1 hold their annual dinner at La 1 I 'II Overton. Senator Feazel is a wealthy oilman from Shrove-' I He entered the army on August A. Herin.

J Concha the evening of June 7. ZURICH. Switzerland.-(AP).- port 'and Monroe. 126, 1946. I, For presidential elector, Louis I

I It will be followed by dancing ate The stork is likely to become non- -,. ----- .------- --- I M. 'Anderson received 948 votes CHANGEfj

the hotel under the sponsorship existant in Switzerland the "'Or- :Pant's TODAY HISTORYKnow i to 657 cast for A. Phillips. ,
(t of the Chamber of Commerce. I nithological Observer" warns. .St. Woman's Auxiliary __- I i i In the special primary election
America)
t Sneakers scheduled to appear I IJ The periodical says there were ( for Justice of the Supreme Court, LlFE? ,
:{ at the diner are Don Patterson. only eight nests in Switzerland I Held Spring Ted Last Monday' ( 1853-U. S. Marines land on i J. Tom Wats-yi received 1.351 of y tk
She
't director of the Florida Ctirus Mutual last season, and only five broods Okinawa-::Commodore makes 1 votes. T. Frank Hobson 570 and Are you going :: runrUoMj V
i and former advertising 1'NeY' ., -. porf there on historic trip open- : middle age' period peep,!tarsn worn*.
11 resulted with 20 young. One of|I I. A successful Spring Tea wa,f i W. May Walker 362. 138 to 52 yr..it Doe tits make MM t
J director of the Scripps-Howard the babies was killed when itj reld at four o'clock Monday af ing' Japan to the world. John England also announced suffer' from hot Ha>>f. feet to we- .
j I t newspapers; Loyal Frisbie, publisher .f came in contact with a high-volt- 'j':ternoon May 24, m St. Paul'sParish Circuit Judge .]864=?he Territory of Montana today that the same polling.I 0tU.Lydia hlihHrtrnns.E. Plnkluun'a jm Vf' ctabl Then*HI Com trr '\;

a of the Polk County Demonat' electric line. Hall by the Woman's created by Act of Congress. I places will be utilized in the dec. I pound to revere saga crmptom
's and president of the Florida age of St Paul's 1865- Gen. E. Kirby Smith's June 4. He did not know Plnktuun. Compound also baa what
At Schlattingen. where: a pair Auxiliary Episcopal r tion I Doctors call a stomachic tome effect'
.I lYess Association, and Roy Beckman tw; -.. : ...' l lays down it's arms near officials would
of storks raised five young, other Church. Frangipani and pastel '\ army how many election ccolvom t
LYDIA L :
J director of the Florida State st;'rks attacked the familv. One hibiscus decorated the refresh .: < j. Brazos Texas last Confederatearmy ; be used. There is little interest j ,PINKHAH'SSHADE

.. Advertising Commission. IAP VTIrcpbulo) of the aggressors was killed in ment tables while fern and palm ,' in the field.1868President. : in the race for Justice of the Supreme -
1. Russell Kay publisher of the the fight. j I branches lent-a garden atmos- ; .- : Andrew Johnson i Court and it is doubtedif
Florida Newspaper News andt CHARLES FRANKLIN BRAN- phere tp the hall. -i i. acquitted at his impeachment many persons will go to the

Radio Digest and president of the NAN (abaTe) was nominated by Iraww..w.w..r Mrs. Gloriana Bayly presidedat :' 'trial. : polls to cast their ballots in that I !

I Florida Publicity and Public Re- President Truman Monday to the Tea Table and Mrs. Dan I 1870-Canadian militia repels election.
I; lations Association will presde THE VETERANS Navarro and Mrs. Wm. Warrenat i from the United _
Fenian 'raid
be secretary of agriculture. He i: Tilt: MOOT K4OMI '|.
at ther sessions and Dick Popeof I .
;
bowl. Miss Etta
;the punch. States. i' I \'II !II'Ti! rAt-roHi
was named to succeed ClintonP.
Cyphess Gardens president i i CORNERwwwwur'wwwrrrwwwrr Patterson was in charge of the 1919-People of Prague, Czechoslovakia Your Grocer SELLS Thai Good .IH I.I\C. ...,"\% \!
of the Attractions Associationwill Anderson. resigned. Bran- I I
decorations.A. set up gallows in the I SHIT, 'HT SI.\IMKH' > |Ii.I _
BRAND
preside their meetings. nan was assistant secretary of j presented, STAR i.KNTlCSS IIK: XTIX'in:
program was con streets and threaten to hang
i i M.S THAT it., I. ,ir\
Enrpute from Miami to Key the agriculture department T C t:
I II The journeyman or objective slating of the following numbers: I profiteers on it1924President AMERICAN COFFEETry I ':tt.ltT Ttl:... .;ll r.\ .f.K\
June 7 the will
West on group i wage toward which an on-the- t Mass .Alice Hirsh accompanied signs immigration and CUBAN j w xtMiwxii!.. i-PIlit I NnTslf.ti
'.leave their Greyhound buses at I >Kf. x Till: N Txfi.l;
l job veteran-trainee is working by.. Mrs. Charles Roberts. sang annual !
Homestead Chamber of Commerce 8 Navy Vessels jWILLIAM bill setting an quota A Pound Today-
and city officials. Polly i may be the ceiling which limil"l], "La Donna* a Mobile" from "Rig- I t of 2 percent based on the 1C90 I WIIw
subsidence the j oleUoT by Verdi. - -
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Rose and John Balfc. publishers Leave Yesterday Veterans Administration instead I'1, MisS Yolanda Harris danced a [ census.1327! --Smaller paper money JALOUSIES
of the Rcdland District News are
responsible for the invitation U ; of the new ceilings established by JI {1 Russian Ballet. Y authorized. Electrical AppliancesNesco i! The triflmml. Patrard1a1.. k.
i recent Congressional action. I Mrs. James RolxMts sang 1928-Congress enacts a tax- 1 tdi..,..1.. 1..._........
breakfast at Homestead. For. Porls North I "
1 If the objective wage estali c ""Kashmiri Love Son and ': reduction*bi H. Electric ; e fllTMItt-: \il\iTlt\ itj
On June'8 the delegates will
j HI.IXUITIMH.KOT
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Le taken by the Chamber of Com i! blished by the employer with the I "Smiling: Through. ]1941! -Youths 21] since previousOct. nO.STEIt13.95 j \UMM.HTflllH .
Eight Navy \"l"Scls which had t state approving agency is lower Miss Paula Ncwhousc danceda A. HERIN I l for the h OIIITTKM
t.. metre on a tour of the city and I Petit nail ct. __ 26 register drolJ.j { Automatic Toa!' lrrs: I e ,'I'KOM..."I '.l tlllt
than the ceilings, the veteran's ,
. the U. S. Naval Station. been operating' out of Key Westin new j 1942-Axis forces begin Spring ) S s FTI6sTin.d .
( (
Wallace danced aClassics I 81 U.95 and 822.0U)
productive income combined Miss Gail 1..aIT 1'1\Tllni..
the area of the Gulf of Mexico I (:() SIlJEnAULEIJNI I ; ( Y! drive in North Africa. ;
i| with his VA subsistence cannot Ballet. I Government ends its 9days Motorola Home and Car -..11I I.X'I I I;I; \\,," ,.. .,.
1 Another Palm for the last month and a half exceed that objective wag Earl I Miss Mary Brewster danceda (Continued From Page One) I J I 1946- of country's rdjlJ l RADIOSTROPICAL 11.1 .:'.+ :."..., .. I I
operation :
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U departed from the city yestctdayj I C. Adams, chief of the vocatoinal soft-shoe ballet. "Amaryllis. of Comdr. O'C'onnor. Executive I i J roads. ..... ...IX.. ti.MIT HIUa:7.J1 I.li.iiT .nd\ I,

Tree Set Afire citroute to a number of northern rehabilitation and education division A trio, Mary Harris, .Lannic Officer of the Naval Air Station. 1 1947 Record crowd of alnw.si' TRADER 'I .u, i J'II\ tit ...... ii: ti:
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p S Harris and Paula Ncwhousc, dida \ .1:11; 1 1"'lfOS
ports. i of the VA Miami regional AM! contributing to the succss Stadium-The
I in Yankee
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73.000 718 Dural St Phone 1000 .
C 'l'i1T firemen at 3:10: a. to- There were five destroyers two j office stated. Hawaiian dance. of the carnival by hard and diligent Red Sox defeated. ;
!m. aircraft Elizabeth Ann Gardner ._ ...'. J...--.< -' --
destroyer-escorts and one However. i if the setablished ob- Miss; .
Jj day were called upon for the work was the !host of other - : . -
carrier the Mindora, carrying a'' exceeds the sane Brahms' "Lullaby. I' .
new .
SM fourth time to put out a fire that objective wage wives and interested officers and SSS SS S S ee
total of about officers and !! All the dances and Miss Gard- .
2,800 ceilings, the veteran will be eli-
k was deliberately set in a palm men who gave th-ir time and, -
men in the that sailed ners number'were' accompanied :
group ( gible for VA subsistence pay-
"J tree at City Cemetery. The tree effort in preparing the various i BKYCLESRepairejdjnLRented iEA
i I at the piano by Miss Beatrice -
yesterday. ments equal to the difference be- -
booths that constructed in
* WM discovered by a patrolman were !;
The craft had arrived here'' tween his present wages and $210if Moreno. Let Us You >iVIEW
burning briskly in Francis street. and in operation.The Help CL
cf n. lie turned in a fire alarm which Monday from training operations. ; single, $270 if he has one de- A surprise ending to the pro- financial accounting h Snot J ( i I }
After refueling and taking: on ,, pendent or $290 if he has two or gram was when a very accom- tu'
firemen to the been completed; wlien'the
jf brought scene.
Also in Stock-NEW
2 M don't know what teh idea,, provisions the ships departed. more dependents, Adams ex- plished pianist was discovered figure is known, it will be re- Plan Your Floors lxp1t1t10 Gtou'Itu'
. the guests in Mrs. Herbert '
.hi for starting palm tree ( | plained. Maximum VA subsistence I i among leased. All of the profits will be BICYCLES TRICYCLES:
rt b said City Manager Ralph Legion Auxiliary 1 payments remain $65 for : Everett who played* two numbers donated to the local Navy Relief 1 I WAGONS SCOOTERS Free Estimates Given
. irn"1 single veterans and $90 for those i "A Prelude" by Grieg and I,
Spaldihc today. -It's too bad Society. Asphalt Tile
. "
"Sonatina. by Scarlotti: and SKATES: .
t). we cant catch the person or Meats Ttnnorroic; with dependents. of The function of the Navy Relief i .Rubber Tile
the ladies
: Increases in subsistence A quilt made by
sons who start such fires. pay- Society is to provide relief .Cork Tile
at I .
! ments afected by the new ceiling the Auxiliary was won by Mrs.J. and assistance to needy Navy I Overseas Cycle Store Plastic Floor Tile
] Regular meeting of Arthur law will be automatic within the B. Watkins. Clears irwtjtrlimtr. advntttate
families. This asistance take 1380 Plastic Wall Tile
Division S'Phone
Brush Fire Post. No. 28 American Legion. the afternoon may
Auxiliary, will be held in the next six weeks or two months. Those enjoying the form of grants loans pay- 1920...................... eBroadJeUs.Capello r..ler..f. .'.1.'_
in those where birth I were: .,.... .... ..
Only cases *r-t .a. .n.
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Brush bunt into flames on the Post Home on Stock Island, certificates have not been sub- : 'Mrs. Carlsen !Mrs. Mary G. ment of doctor bilL. or good ad- i Wool Rugs .......... .w ........ ....-- . .
vice. The Navy Relief Society Acoustic: Ceilings ..., ._... .
Thursday at 8 m. Plans will be Louise Grant, Mrs. r./.1. (1. Craw
rear of the old Monroe County p. mitted to the VA as proof of Bailey Mrs. employs a full-time visiting nurse Hardwood Flooring ......-mlih .p..rrlw.r1l.
Home in Galveston lane at 11:15: made for memorial service. claims for additional dependents, Merwm L. Russell Mrs. Glen- AVAILABLE, FOR 11....__. .... ..
who works with the Navy Hospital Formica for Sinks. ...,. ..
!I Mrs..Juanita Del- I 1..I.c . .
au m. today. Firemen were called need submit wood Sweeting, lb.mad.
do the veterans to i .
.,.
'' and is available toNavy Counters. Tables .__._..
and quickly cot the,fire under BINGO PARTY BYFEKA1 i additional information to the re- gado. Mrs. ,Harry H. Baker. Mrs. IMMEDIATE DELIVER C.. ......reralifh...... ... ....
I families who her services. and --
require I Floor Sanding .
i' CHAPTER f i gional office Adams explained. Gilbert McKillip Mrs. Otto I: ELECTROLUX Refinishings -...... ..-....
j control.Suck -- Kirchheimer. Mrs. Gloriana Bay- F.H.A. TermsIf
1 Divorces Fern Chapter will hold a bingo According to Samoan legend, I ly. Mrs. Lillie Kemp. Mrs. J. B. Subscribe to The Citizen. Desired

I party Thursday evening on the j ever since the great battle be- Watkins, Mrs. James Porter. Vacuum Cleanerand Gates Floor Cwings -KEY WEST_
Petitions seeking divorces were! patio of the Masonic Temple. tween the plantains and bananas. Mrs. Emma Ayala. Mrs. Chas. !

filed yesterday in the office of : Prizes will be awarded and refreshments the vanquished have hung down I I Taylor Mrs.: Dan Navarro. Mrs. Free Graduation Offer!! : J. L. CATES VENETIAN: BLIND;

Circuit Clerk Russ C. Sawyer by will b: served. Proceeds I| their heads while the victors Eric G. Curry.. Mrs. Ralph Pin- COMPANY:
Beverly Bui-well Gould against will go to the chapter.I stand proudly erect. der Mrs. C. Wayne Ward. Mrs. l'r T1IURSDAI'and I Air Purifierfree Flooring Conlr.I.'nr92S 129 DUVAL STREET

Harold C. Gould and by Florence I I Elizabeth Ruse. Mrs. Myron RusselL FRIDAY ONLY WHITE STREET Call 1042 for Estimate
L. Sourwine against Gerald K.Suurwin In the middle ages; the word I Read the Classified Ads in The I Mrs. Clo Knowl Mrs. Clar- home demonstration PHONE 1599 .
"eternal" was spelt "eterne." Citizen. ence Allshouse, Mrs. Walter Any Stationery Bought in Our :| call I
- Landruyt. M--s.. Estelle Curry. Store Will Be PRINTED or : ,

1 MALIK GETS[: ACQUAINTED AT U.N.. COUNCIL SESSION Mrs. Joseph Ladd. Mrs. Ella Cur- MONOGRAMED FREEof I o swccncyI

ry. Mrs. Mamie Williams. Mrs. Charge
Fannie Curry. Mrs. Beryl Curry. Office four USni : : i
ItS Mrs. Vernon Lowe. Mrs. Jamc. Roberts I I I r .
> .. I i complete line of parts
Brady. Mrs. Myra Pastorim!, Mrs. npplira" I 1 always on hand
tta James MacConnell. Mrs. Ben). 126 Duval Street Phone 250
: BITS Or
.. Tynes. Mrs.' Raymond Lord.! M.'S BOLTS ,

f! John G. Sawyer Mrs.; W. Curry McSt BETTER BUYING
Harris, Mrs. A. E. Sh&rplcy.f .
K 4 f Mrs. May Barksdalc. Mrs. Grace
; t Mumford. Mrs. Eunice Knowles. WHEN IN MIAMI BEACH. .

" Mrs. J. Emerson Russell. Mrs.! When
's'.. Herbert Everett Mrs. StephenW. Enjoy The Facilities Of A you're buying yard goods, even
.! Douglass. Mrs. Sebastian Complete a small sample gives you an idea about

e JP Cabrera. Mrs. Wm. R. Warren. color, weave and finish. Seam have gone

ft-s. Edward Graham. Mrs. Paul HOTEL! even farther with their two wonderful
!Jlewhouse. Mrs. Lettie Warren -.- newswa.ch
t 1 books.
Roberts; Mrs Brewster Mrs.Mary . Swatches are so generousyou

a MacC.onnell, Mrs. Joy Lorraine can get a definite feel of the fabric,
Brady, Mm. MHIfccnt ideas of hoc r
Taylor
it
will
handle
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., pattern, texture
: ;
Mrs. Barbara Ladd. Mrs. .
and
I _-.- ; .r- colors.
Alice Hirsh Mrs. Ruth HICKS.:: ,.
7: Most of
Mrs. Susie Gardner. Mrs. Elizabeth t I\ gc ... i aH yoyll marvel at the wide range 1

Ann Gardner. Mrs. Laura of selections-pur. silks light woof, Move

1v R. Wagner. Miss Etta Patterson JW LOWSUMMER woolens and
quilting-for Sears has
- the
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Mrs. Beatrice Moreno. Mrs. Gloria! -
s Sawyer. Mrs. Yolanda Ha.'ri :. RATES biggest-line of yard goods in any store

:.ear >ra,it Mrs. Pdula .Mrs. ( nil e Excliii :North\ Beach Section e Gay Tropic P.tio e Seprrb C,.iint; ; anywhere I
Wallace. Newhausc %Bre\vs>tei, e 4:ckiail Lovngr e Solarium e C b>n>Cluh

Mrs. Mary Harris. Scar.Rc-
;''JJUIHIAH( 1NEWSURF/ i HU'kc.uL Cea
SSq -- # oa.te

Apply To JT'ell. : ae./ci

IAPVlrepnoi.> An application for a marriage ON THE OCEANFRONT AT 89th ST.

c JACOB A.. MALIK (center). Ruuian'Soviel deputy foreign minister sits in with Andrei A. Gromyke license was filed yesterday in the ,

(right). Soviet delegate to_ the United N !iODS. during U. N. Security Council session at office of County Judge Raymond ;. EUGENE: E. DENNISON Maiiaser

Lk SucC'e ?' Y. Malik U scheduled to succeed Gromkyo when latter returns to Moscow. At of R. the Lord U.by S.Othel R. HowanL 27. Former Manager of the Casa Marina Corner Fleming and Simonton
and
Navy
Lynall A. Street
left U Va iili A. Tarassenko. Ukrainian Soviet Socialistic Republic representative the a .. i PIIO ,
on council. T.i'Hv. 1.A\, of 411 William street' -- E 1560 or 1561

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