The Key West citizen
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048666/00545
 Material Information
Title: The Key West citizen
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Citizen Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Key West
Coordinates: 24.559167 x -81.784031 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and Crest.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1879.
General Note: "Independent Democratic." N.W. Ayer & Son's direct. of newspapers & magazines, 1976.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 30, no. 129 (Dec. 16, 1908).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000358017
oclc - 02701762
notis - ABZ6317
lccn - sn 83016244
System ID: UF00048666:00545
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Preceded by: Inter-ocean (Key West, Fla.)

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BOARD TUESDAY Sunday For GraduatesOf

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)( CITY; fUi; J, JII-'IBEnS: < ) CLASSINAI." .
Wallace Give&Testimony

Three rrsolutions will Us I ji> I EXERCISES;( FRIDAY

anted at a meeting: o! thp Cy On Commencement program for the graduating class ..IVest 1K. lily

CtimmLulw Tuesday night by I c iRt ,, High School will begin tomorrow afternoon in the imtiriM

Civic Improvement Associatii i, ? uditorium with the annual Baccalaureate Sermon.
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the Utter, group decided; at a a Bill : Father James MacConnell. rector of Saint I-aul' ti**.*.*at
meeting ElC Communist ; 31 mC'lnlJl".r Mae dII6a.
.tcrday in the 'hi'rch will deliver the address before the
Clubs 1 i hen. relative and fncnxl.. This solemn and cnlluhicnuM !.rl el

... t's I The resolutions: 1I DECLARES NEITHER HE NOR .-_ -4 the commencement wMllt will !-
1. 4:00 o'clock.
For better law gin at
a better police department I I ,.\of' 1iIrrpUet4. HIS FOLLOWERS WILL REG. "VOICE"; ROSS QUITS Full Week ol Activities

I 2. Licensing of platys J. HOWARD McGRATH (center), chairman of the Democratic Nalbnal Committee confers in I II { ISTER AS REQUIRED BY + 1xa Besides lie Entreatvte Ser

liquor 21 hours a day for selling; I I Washington Thursday with Joe L. Blythe (left) of Charlotte N. C.. )ewly appointed treasurer of : mon six ,other events core .area
> an adcjlional the committee and William J. Primm (right) formerly of Montqomeiy. Ala. new executive assistant MEASURE .. .. .
fee of $2.500. 'I scheduled for the gi Ji lt.t MIthrough
pruvidiic to the chairman. Blythe is a Democratic national committcemsi: from North Carolina. Primm law AiWASHINGTON._ '." rr._'
the vendors f and including l+rat:+y.
get the"signature] will eisist in taking over the duties of Gael Sullivan resigned execuive director of the committee. { May 23..-Henry -
01 I June 4.Key .
penons; living.
within 1.5W W dll third party candidate ,, \
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fete: of the - - - - West !thigh
property. I
|! testified today before the cnate ball wiN he hM
3. Fw banquet and
ordinances rodificatiun, so! as to of eliminate the c ty i: JEWISH QUARTER IN Memorial; Day committee: anti-communist t that is bill consideringthe Monday night in the .... Cfc.',

the ntwolcte AnnexC'ass
We will be glad to have Program: Will l)eHeld Wallace declared:: that the bill Night oneof the sweat important -
any will bea
(,M'' w.pht;: ?j Via dada other Citizens interested in bets 1 should it become a law. :' He and interesting ev.M. to of
) "ti-r law enforcement: to come to I JERUSALEM I RESEMBLES I SiKiduy "war on free :speech that was me commencement pro..-. w.tt

CARRY DAVIS. J8. Broad.., the meeting Tuesday night"" said: I likened it to legislation; at the time s take place Wednesday tritirt. III
elar.., uiu ........ la Paris ol CoL G. D. Hatfield. president of I At 4;30 p.m. tomorrow the in force in Germany the height of his the school's audtloriwn.
kU ..a..u.. |. renounce his the Civic Improvement Associa; J WARTIME\ STALINGRAD Memorial Day program. under Hitler was at Class Night ProgramThe
Am.riCM CillMMklp .. become lion today. "We don't want anybody the-sponsorship of Arthur power. stated that the provision following proftcap .Ras.

a cilUtii .! 'Ik* ...IL HI. to think that wcfdont wants ""* Sawjer Post of the American Wallace in the bill that requires v } 'Yt been announced fur -
I..... I U Ia PWUdel.hU. H. any interested citizens to appear -: :"s *Kut A I InaeIUS.Of " "* *-y>"- T-ut". : ..1enj.es :
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at the _.. Y'YiiC5'U; -* r #
meeting. We.will, n ___ v_ -- -- "TDT'I33V That in the arrest -
: ; ...... ... k Bells"High School Band
,Ift!. ; bo ,, '0 .Juy- -- ; of him and his followers ali sad y
Mace .flagemcnU &la many CoL Hatfkld Hid that\ the aswiciation -. Red Cross Due A'IIUI'aiu: >t Warring: Legion will get under way j i I so If they are required to register ar direction of Earl Dillon.rector ,rria.it ftt+,
Southern. ritfet.. Youn Davis. had gotten ahead of dis- when participants march to !, their party affiliations be of the school.
wet a bomber pilot during the cession of law enforcement real and .1 Here On Monday Arabs: the Maine Plot.in City Cemetery. I'cause neither he nor they will Mistress ol Ceretrmmce Mar '
war able to get down to 'I lyn Bennett.
..,. register.
IK Tfc.rliilr..| |> ....
- work. r At that hour the various organizations ; lie said that he is not a communist : y t Salutatory-Martha Walt tt
fcwc also propose endorsingthe S LONDON. !May: 29-The old 1 Class" History-Pat H
I which will take but that he does not know I >fse
Four I Buildings l present city charter and the Jewish quarter in Jerusalem was part in the program will meetat I whether there are any commun j I Waltz Song. Beg Ydon" ... Par .
city manager form of govern- I described today as resembling; Southard and Margaret ists among his followers for the --Senior Group.

To lie KmlcilUN mcnt.will "endorse Mid Col.the Hatfield.We present city Stalingrad by the time the Ger- streets and will then proceedto simple reason that he has not ,. \\ Ire ........., Class Class Poem-Mer+ti i iI hMMLI
I 4 man attack on that Hussion city the Maine\Plot with flags I I asked them with what party the> I i I Prophecy l4Mplst .I
ir.anager as well. flying and band units playing.! have been or are identified. That ALBERTO GANDERO (about). i Smith and Fred Bryant
{ : S31,590 J ".It has been reported to us was frustrated in 1313. W. Curry Harris, assistant preference is their business, and supervisor' of the "Voice ofArr.srica" ; Song, -Blue Leiifliw" Snw>M
usting i .that there is a well defined move- Not a building is loft :standing state attorney, will be the 'I'i none of his. he asserted. I Group.
ment afoot to do away with the intact in the quarlefuU..win;; principal speaker. Hi$ i Wallace ended his testimony by broadcasts has resigned Last Will and TeefameiBnb-
IhHWMt.I. laHinc fur form of government and, the persistent attack by Arab artillery -
pvtfNtto I
i ert Miller
present scheduled to start speaking at i! saying that many of the chargesi in the midst of a stormof"
it4altiMIitsit of four rv"iWi revert to the old councilmanic b and bombo. The entire j Presentation of Honnrs PVm-
5 that have been made in the United -
ffct. ..... l..r vHy at a total roast system. We are opposed to that. area has been reduced to rubble.A p.m.Proposes ; j States against Russia are criticism over his scripts. cipal Horace O'Bryant.
i itt U.sctO faMucd t duitng> Swiss, officer in Jerusalem Several senators charged they
whir .s j false and groundless."' i Valedictory-Lorraine N.......,
.... ..* City, lluildinzHrt was quoted today asserting _
last Nr Held as : To libeled! and misrepresented the | Song: "Now i is the Hour"-Strn-
In.irdsr .d V Sawjrrr.' Thce Hcrm that the Arabs! accorded the Jew., '
I United States. Gandero's wife kit Group.
.......... wiser' iwti.d.: soldiers as well as civilians ex- : Dania To Gel Aim Mater- -Senior Class.
Ito tW.. wwth-n. ef a concrtte ;jI For Boat Theft; emplary treatment. The 1.600 < iviliarii. Dredge Channel: i said he has gone to Havana i I Guests of Rotes. Lions

I I..Mtk. ti.. ini'r' hy. Howard E. women. children and old Cuba. to engage in radio work. .,: Thursday the
noon Rrwl'tulw-
WtlM .. the ._nvr <>f Vernon, men. were permitted to join the j New Industry
Al Marathon\ I will! be of the BiHar, '.
guests; Chi'
rail. W.......t""n Um-U. Vincent O. Herin, who was are Jews outside Jerusalem. and the, (\ I ,
rWMHrt.,rMMn wf an $&._>ncis f.r f j! DANIA. May 2t (KNS). Thij Blood;>t Bank>' at Thursday its l luncheon M"ehm the:. Lion
i I.Uiik. nairftni-r. by Dr. :; as a vagrant later was turned wai without any ado. Mi:: bmitia: C. ltn.son hix applied | east coast city is i evening
.\lI4'n Milv. In FkMi.... avCnuC : ver to C unt.v authorities by Intense fighting U going: : on I-) t., the office of Army 1 Engineers i i stepping enterprising;: out; with a brand new Club has planned a duMcr in
I h twrn ThMHMMn wad Arhbyl l Police Chief Joseph Kemp when I males west of Jerusalem. The at Jacksonville; foi a per- ; industry: that will have a million '1- i honor of the senior dam'off..
slirri*. : they presented a warrant charging o'c Jfv were getting: the I tidier i.f mit to dredge' a channel on the dollar annual payroll. and give Julie ccrs.
...... ..w tyro Iwo t.C $7.0(10.( the man with the theft of a the AI ab... who :sent: out appeals| castciJy! side (>f an unnamed: key .. employment to hundred of full ]I Graduation Exercises Fri d4J'
f.aswr ..........__v l.v Armando) : boat belonging to Melvin KuiMll. MISS LEYETTE WEBB i l'.i icinfijixcments. Shortly d'rectly offshore from her property time workers according: to the nit-,re will '" Friday afternoon at 6:39 wri... 1-
j ; aivia trophy In the
..... tier ...., ,f Unitrd it pilot thereafter they in Marathon.The graduation cxe.ICS; will .kr ht-i->
(....*. at M't' i ,j '' were joined by i Dania i Press.Sicgficld: orcaitization in Key Wt-bt which
PI..tY............. .*"..U at M I'WI t] Herin was picke. I UI, as a vas MLSL(iy :tte Wi-bh. :American h oops .lion Trans-Jordan and channel will I he? 50: J feel i ;: BcchlioKI. ..r Ft. lv '"tn-'tt :: ]: in Bayvicw Park. Judi| Ibmond '
i UKlargest amount
,4 "fi,.... j grant by Sgt. Roman Cabitra.l I' field icprcsenlativo f jr CJcoraiaKcct the Jews began to fall l ck.tbvu wide with! a depth of eight fret.an [ lerdalc annunoccil the now in- t bloml, l tt. the BIfjod Bank tin't ]j R. Lord will dcfiv its-!
I ...... tM .....>.a...lru4tMin of a 2VK")) I| jt later was turned over to Justice Cro 3 field rcpix-ii-nlative: for ;;.h they are still in |}\..>M:",,;t>n *! will connect: : with another I| tluMry:- as the RihUm Writer Cmj be in 1Cev West on Juno:xpvctedII. 4. : i Commencement' Address. .. .
''ran..w.'t.. . l ItJ.. Jllwler of the Peace I..au.hv on Georgi-i end Florida, will be in !: of four mile of the liishvy.:: channel. It is pfftposfrl 1 also todrtxlge j I JJlJ..ti'1h of America. Tie! concern/ : Charles Curry chairman of thehealth I The Wttk.pro will >",. .
c at Ilir rwner .*f rlutkla and Al- the I boat theft charge. .It i is daim-I (Ufprt:,fnlativrs; of the United a I basin. :50 fo-t wide antiI00 will manufacture device tn a close that night with" th- -. .
tn-cts.. ed llcim stole the boat the city for the week of May 31. ;: States and: l Russia. today urged 1{)) fret long adjacent: to the : which be attached a new to and safety committee slat-1 nual gay and cobirful: Srm.. ,
ride in it and then set it adrift ; Miss Web before joining the !! United: Nations at a session at high-water shore line of her land l j I'j typewriter can and ,make the use any of; ell today that regardless of the I Dconce. This year the affair will;i I

<: I after using it.Australia. : piofcssional staff of tilt fled Lake Success, N. Y. to take mililjry Ii I- No hearing; will a held on the carbon it number of metnhers: in an "!"gaOlI]I take place, C:30: o'Hork m Ui-
Mct.11111r! Of} CilyKoanl I Cross, was employed by the Oklahoma II III i action against: the Arabs in application and anybody objecting i f automatically paper reproduces unnecessary as many as zation each will have an equal |i iopporiunity American Legion Home cm 51a1tIsland. ,
I winning theresults
the Land, to the granting of the since I .
Holy delegates !
; : as six if desired. \
Pushes of Education : copies
I II DepaiUnent j. will be based on the j
t from Great Britain and China permit may state their objectiont Sales outlets are bema esUij per- ; The I list of graduates W1n.:
Yeslenlayn and the Federal Housing Au- > sed the 1. How the engineers in writing. ; centage of members in each': Elaine Louie Albury. MatulL. I 1
: r pj!)() pro(>()'Xt j Mibhrd: in Ill) territories throughout -
Power Project 1 j thority and at one time was head 1, Flange will swing' : when the matter the United. Staler, Dcchhold club. j- Albury. Marilyn EUiar aV-n
: member-
City C ..niiu ion im-l vrtUv I I of the> home economics tlepait-: i, is hrousht! up for a vote was; 'i said. : I If a donor slwmM I t be a :j nett., Fay Elizabeth Briv M.CbrMa ,
. .. in private caucus but i Reds Make\ Magnet\ of more than one organization. J I .
k a j ment at State Teachers CoMegc! / I i not re\raled by her representative Calle;" Mitzi Raar'CaboncIL > ,
IIUMrtiss l fur public SYDNEY. (I'-Tle: Victorian ; each club will lxIv'n credit
UaI1lliM14. no : ). Betty Jean Cruick- pant
I+arur.ptw rt. i State Government is pushing ; Hattieoburg. Mi&s. She lC\'C.\'ccI': l10SCOW.hP.- L'n! ; 1'"r01U'! I nicerol I Ii for a donation. j!; Ester Margaret Curry. l..t'..,
11 WM f'fl'to'IM.-a. itpottedv I a vast hydroelectric scheme tip i i l.cr B. S. dsgice: from Georg.-&: :I has manufactured foi he firs !i I I Louise Dedae. Patricia Ann.Dcxightry. .- \

) .Uiri>y that V'Hli L .we tit; I supply. one-third Known as of the the Kiewa statedpower. Peabody College Nashville, and I II jUnbittcn ostmati. time huge elec .ii< macnets used l i TV' (;( Degree ] II. ';. Reunion To ,\: Vivian Gam. "..>. H
rl...". h-H ',"HIthe Lct< thai 1 I j I her M. A. from Columbia Ur.iI i- I! m lifting steel rait-; after rolling.; f. I C. Granda. k.Mll Ava HiMun.
'IlK-ir war tn I ioe a ntc-Hins uf the project the hydro-electric built in installations -:I vcrMty.During: LINCOLN. Neh.-CAP) After "Evemna: Moscow"says the im- i TAMPA. May 29 .KNS. ).-Tru-l I tie Held lIolrI(1 \ Geraldine J. Jayrocks. Rose Mai- i;:
City. Ci.WHiw.!.itin. A_ a inatlrJI are being; the ; her visit to the Key rarryina the mail for 44 vear,;.. ported ones were found rot :o be '. Hoard of Trustees of the Uni-i y ; Kerr.
miles north
mountains. 200 of '
fact tIle meeting was revealed. Melbourne. .It will cost an esti- i j West Chapter. she will conduct : John M. Kn<>ckcl: of Lincoln ha:: strong enough. A magnet capableof : versily; ; of Tamna have approved: I f Among the buxinos tvT) will :), Marion Mayfiold Kn< wlcji. R' '" ...
l Ity meirtbtri of Ui: ..nnite$M nAppreciation I mated $30.000.000 and is scheduled : a daily radio program; for homemakers retired with a postman's dream: ofa lifting twelve tons of Hot rail ; conferring: an honorary decree; of( attended: to at the annual l ban- '\ Elizabeth Knowles, Nancy: Low
ih IL to be finished in 1956. ] at 11:00: A. M. will meet record: -he wasn't bitten by a has been tried out and is success I doctor of humanities on film star j jI j meet and reunion of the Key Wotj i Lane Dolores Ann Lewis. Hrti.

--1 I On a drop of 4.000 feet water I I with groups at each of the federal I I dog__once._u __ ____ ___'ful. i j I tho Tyrone University's Power. who commencementaddress will deliver j ji j, High. School) Alumni Association : Louise Lord Sarah Bertha ..... .

,I I will be fed through the tunnels J ihoi'sins' projects the Navv Center.vjivcfJ .... ...Ie..eeese.....e............ ................ !' May 31. I< Monday ;at the Elks Club Annex |: Mary France? Lumley. CHin
I and open channels to six powerstations and Wesley Community : will be the election of officers, i Amp ra Machin. MildredMartin. Chi
at successively lower |. Nutrition films will be shown NOTICE NOTICE doctor Also; of approved' were for Di.degrees; Hamilon "f- i, The banquet will begin at 3 p.m. Janet I...r'rarnc Mortis.-, '

I' level, When completed Kiewa'IllOwcr at all the public schools. Holt :science: president ..f n..I1..- The alumni will he enteltam11at ) | Nancy Newton Not lln. Lornl''''
stations will have an average 'I j the banquet and reunion bv i Naomi Nottage Beverl.vParker. Jar. I
of expressing
I take this man College. and Dr. Wortle Rudd j
ny sincere appreciation to my ,' annual output of around a Line HooksI : To Our Friends) and Customers dean of the Medical College of ,I Comdr. Hugh Bredm. Royal) ,' Clcora Fav. RoIxI ... v.
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friends who supported m billion kilowatt hours. Virginia. Navy Eleanor Dowski and Beatrice : mi I la Chi: intiiui Rod !iguoFiot :'

H during maay Friendship the election.U mans Tu.*dav.create.1 I i Her Classes : The A. & B. Retail Fish Market I Moreno. j i f I II (Continued On Page Seven

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which I received !
treasure and the vote Palace Theater j ; ,
certainly shows that my : Pine Flooring ] ROSCOE. Texas. Feeling : TICKET OFFICE Fur Sale For SnI,.:

friends stood b* .... at a time -at- a slight tug on her fishing line. I : Will CLOSE Today and : t, Robert MonJgomeryand |' '41 Chev. Pickup Truck. Good
..... I aeeded tkem.JOE M.---. Lloyd; Kelsey reeled it in. Wanda Hendricks in ALL AIRLINESi i iI Condition and 1340 Packard

JOHNSON. I STRUNK LUMBER YARD On the line was a pair of glassesshe i : REOPEN Thursday, July 15 : i: RIDE THE PINK HORSE i I TWINS GARAGE;
TELEPHONE SIC had dropped in the water a I. : NEWS and SHORTS II | 1126 Duval Street Phone 19
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U he4 D*ny Kxeopt Bandar, br West
Radio Mill
U P. A.HTM,.. Owawr w4 r.w...... Residents' bf the florida P rogran r ey For Steel
; Kpys have
-: AORMA* U. ARTMAX.! 8..1..-. XaMcerFrwrn :

.. .... Corner Green Tk. Cltlsea. and Ann BvlldlBs Street turned their thoughts !from politi:;to proposals ...,..l.,..,.,....,.,! I Days Gone By Ii

.. ,- Oily, Dally Newspaper la Kty West andMonroe for-the improvement of tjeir. rjcAPManganese
,.; County: communities [ t FILES OF may be useful in steel making.
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; Entered at Ker: ,,"Nt. Florid, a* second eUas matterMEMBER. I I Eastern Local Tim. THE CITUEM OF but beer.is e
For the
ten of
: Key after Key that is under; development I subtract one hour for mount MAY 23. 1338to George Brown secretary
Or THE: ASSOCIATED. PRESS I subtract two hours. Some local Yorkshire Trades
Tb. AssociatedPress. exclusively: entitled to reports; greater activity than duringany f I tong change hour of relay to i I Rotberbanv Food Minister
j IT reproduction of all new dispatch credited I local schedules. Last cgram : Council wrote
t* It or not otherwise credited In this paper and other. May in its history. That is true : changes cannot be"rlu trace has yet been found of Suacheysend us more beer or
4vlao the local BOW
published here.
:: : particularly of Marathon and T.avernior; ; hard Skelton. who was re- steel output will b1L-
VBICHirTIOIt&TE$ V SATURDAY, MAY 2* ted Saturday to have disap- Steel workers on hot jobs near
.. OB. T..r .11.... which are becoming fairly good-fuzed vil I of Archer work
f. f U Month ____ _ _ _ _ _ i.eo Ev..tiigSOOSumnary red in the vicinity I the furnaces take beer to
rhr.1l..the lages. Incidentally choice lots in those I the searchers were I Many drmK
1.TS < of News- b y. Among in their tea cans.

2 irikiTHz: __- V V V _. I .1.01..2SAUVKRTIIIMO two communities are almost as; high, as Network Newscast ilosio Every: Time Day--ebs s.bo i V V'E\ -era! men in motorboat.Captain Harold They eight pint a day. Cuts in sugar for

key> Key's responsive
ftanco Tlme-mb..t for brewing are
RATES they are in Key West. Take a Number-mbs-west I IV ;urned to port early this afteron I .
= __ Uaae. Known on Application I I HONORED beer shortages.
V searchd !
. Thursday Marathon reported a sale ltl-RellglOll In Jlj Opinion|q Nenbe-cbs and reported their

.. 0 All readlac notice SFECIAI.*. card NOTICE.t thank, revelation that, for the price involved, surpassed any Bible neseage.a0:30NBC I V DEAD been unsuccessfuL- l Subscribe to The Citizen.

: of r.. OCt. oMtaary notlcaa, poem, ott. will be Symphony-nba .
... etarced fur at the rat. of I' H... a II... similar sale in that village. Reason for Red Barber Sports-cbs t86bI Captain P. 1... Cosgrove com-
?? Notice. tot entertainment by churches from which that is because Harry fence Music Wlsmer Sport_abo I : to city officials? today LEGALS
a revenue !I. le &. derived are i eenta a Una. Marathon residents, who -mbs-e-lst I V : 1898 ained
r : True or False mbs-west Key West.
-a in
Tb. vandalism
-. ."" .Citizen, public U .aa.....open. and forum subjects and of Invite.local 41.eu. or.- have choice lots are not inclined to sell (:45-Xews and Commentary I : 1918 out said the that in the vicinity of V so1'ifE TO CIIE1)IT0R'lb '
leceral IDI. Jack Beall Comment e (01h11Jtt)4iE
but -aba Tilt
r..t. ll will Dot publUn anonymous them. Those residents have faith ', : he saw many THE ("0' HT 0.
.m nommu.IC'a OAL in the 7:00 Mr. Ace & Jane-cbs I ( -. ;: 194Nev artello Towers ,.fll4OE ('OIT'.

..a -- growth of Marathon and feel that the priceof Melody Hawaii Incorporated Calls Musicians-mb*. I ees and plants that had been "; ....OR..'.". lOr ., pRORaTE.. ,
I 'IR re' ': Estate'
T.. today will be far exceeded ; 7:30-Curtain Time Dram*-aba i rstroyed. ELLA SKEI.TtN nROWS'R..
IMPROVEMENTS FOR KEY WEST .in the next Abe Burrows Sony-cbs ,..........

ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN few years. Challenge of Tulton-abe Members of. Key West Camera ITS ALT.. C'REOITOR Ar.AINsT H4VtSrtCLAlalit
V Name ot Song Quiz-mbs tonight OR 1IlAXlt

At. Tavernier a similar attitude i is evi I:45-H. Carmichael Sonc-cbo hub L will be entertained in his home at SAil) jis-r.aTE: k.rrI'y
-The Life of RileynbaV Henry Brewer Too and each nt yare
V 3. More Hotels and Apartments. dent. That place is bustling with activity. Suspense Drama<-be ,U01! Duval streetI notified and required to which pfPfISIt Y....cay or.jtber
Ross I tola
2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion Business is better for this of the eteeth'be "laimS and have &gaiR. I'".
season Twenty Question Q U-mb V .1 ymay d.ceased. ...

:: 3. Airport* .Land and Sea. year, than ever before and the' 'prospect ':30-Truth or Consequences' V t I Ernest Hemingway, Spanish famous ..;Iat. 01 Ella..f SkelteR paid (.....IfrcWO...,. fa theCounty
V ._ 4. Consolidation Famous Jury: Trials-Abe V_ correspondent and late .'...t".
of County and for Stop Ale. Gag Show-mbe York Judge 01 1105F0
next winter i is enheartening. New tba roarS
Novelist arrived in offk"t> I.
: \ his
City Governments. :00-Hit Parade. SI..atTa-abo Florida. at .1 Key ""...1.
"More roads!" i is the. Joan Davis Comedy-cbs : today. Mrs. Memmgway saite hoUr. pf raid ("oUDt".
8. Community Auditorium. cry along the ity rightalrodsr
,;: Gang Bustrrs Drama,-abo V him to arrive at his ."...rid.Uhi. ci the first
lower and chain Keep Up With Kids-robs : expected month. from 'M time
ujiper Keys. Owners of the oifr. Rae
latter this
.. ': -Judy Canova Snow: -nbo j : tome here the pubik'atift f shall be ;a writ'V
of property away from the Overseas High- Vaughn Monroe. Sbow . and shalt
M alone-abo I nit. .. .
way want to have their land connected L. hampton Show-c% 550- I' - ,
:: MONOGRAPH\ with 10:00-Kay Kyser College.-nS I, I The Maritime Commission nas of the. aimalt& aa" shall Ms a.M.be" w.eiato
that wonder driveway so they can Saturday Serenade-cbs f June 3 for hearing on the by the sdaimaflt.sad acm ... .Isior :
; The Rev. Dronnie Prof. Quit-abc-bule Device let Indies his attorsY. .... hevoid.
E. Nichols begin West SHed
V developments. They maintain that Chicago Tbeater-mbs J fI Temperatures _pplication of the demand not 5" V

:; Pastor! of the First Baptist Church, the county can not spend its with 10:30-Tb. Grand Ole Opry-nb I SteamshiP Company for a con- S. pow..e. Sr..
money it Pays to B* Ignorant-cba Shocks Birds '7:30 A.M.. E-S.T. loan and subsidy for Harvey 06 ... lea-
:.: Key \Vest, Florida. greater returns in the near future in th? Hayloft Hocdown...*b Uruction to operate between A.Mate AdmIDi..lral..r 01 Ella $keftoa ....ws#.
1JC.Vews)( ft: Variety: S bra.-abt I Steamships V
:u: Dear Rev.: I form of taxes, than in building lateral] News.. Variety. Dance S hra-.'ba, SYRACUSE.-.-An electronic i Key West and Havana accord ng 1 i2tJ.ni.t d-.d. : ,..
\ News and Dane Hour-at* Statioc- Press dispatch may
Your departure from Key West in I roads<<, connecting with the highway.In Horn's a Krackin'-mbs device designed to get rid:V to an Asociated
U:30-Dallc. Showmb.12OODaodDC of that roost on building''Atlanta. n__. h____._. 64 published in The Citizen today. THJ'ClIff'S" rot RT OF IRE

;., deplored by many. What i in Tusca- Key West the Chamber of Commerce Continued-abc-*d ledges pigeons is being produced by a Billings ...___'__. 47 I I II ELESETH ..'o..L 0. F..O'suefill'UI'

looa'M is is in Birmingham _. ___ __. 66: Jenny Williams left this TIlE .TATI' : (.ot bYt.I .
gain Key West's loss.! May keeping close touch with the newly formed company here. The. : Mrs. 1' 'D FOR 1IU"uot .
.__. ._._ .: City to I
be 90 cent eftective Bismark -5---- V morning for Everglades cuaERt.
jrou accomplish much prospective tourist trade gadget said to per I I lb ...:JI'e
good in your new the coming win- r- NETWORK PROGRAMS! field of static Boston . 5 visit relatives and friends. I ('._ ,
[ creates a ,..:a-u'.
: I field; of endeavor! ter. Booklets about Key West are being Et.r Local Tim. Fer c..ai l I electricity along a fine wire. Albert Buffalo __. ._--V 5"j Weintraub, who is.IOICAR puiiff.llltORCF., .

: mailed to parts of the subtract subtract .n. "0..1'. for mo..n..n D. Gunn president of the Charleston .- -- ---V. 61 :Miss Cecilia Miami I '"' 1
THE ORACLE. many country and two IIo..rs. Some local (a. ; her home in ., MART' nlAZ
'# letters (ions change hour of relay' t* fit explains that pigeons Corpas Christi __VVV__ -- 7:1: :now making her I XEI'Ap.fenola.I.. 1I
from persons who wish to local >ch aut.>. La>t minute ,..- company. arrived yesterday to spend PIBMCTIO%
-. come gram changes caanot be inclined.. I find[ the static field "uncomfortaile" -. Denver .... ..h.EI ..---. 4 : : _A_, ,i'm,_ I ORDER OF 1

here next season are being promptly an- and fly away. Detroit -. ___-._-.: .-= 5 vacation :with her paren&b. and .1'.1'and 'TO Mary: fizz "eb ,
; POWER LOBBY WOULD BLOCK FUNDS swered. SUNDAY MAY :30 Paso .. VVVV__ h ;" :Mrs. B. family. fIddreJ.s' takloWfl' .. '

Ft. Worth ...__.___ 6t members of her ar. r..y r""l..r'" Z
The future, of the Florida Keys isbright. Afternoon I pots"t' tbe Hi;) 01 "':' : I
The Weather Galveston ._ __ 73 : ; : above yK
5; The Tennessee Authority 1OO-\merlca United, Talks- oc n .h The Citizen says in an ,, ;"": }:.:b:. 06 1_ ,
Valley has Doorwar to Life- bs Jacksonville .. .._..--- h 14. Today :: :: . .....-

IW faced a vicious fight by the private power \Sam\.nu hirer Pettingill Coiunient Talk--abe mb Kansas City _n._.____ editorial paragraph: A.lion 1)"'t h.un.,..h...wHI.th..rItM b* tabes se is.fest.rd. .. !

: -Editor at florae-abe FORECAST KEY WEST _._____ -.61\\ backward in .
;..: interests since its beginning and the bill Courtesy is so cheap that some people The Music Box-robs-baale ; "Florida is still This Ord r ,Is to be p.hiSi'ltrd
| Key West Airport -- :- only Ute f5lt5l
the fnor
take no interest in it. 1 -CTitcaeo:: RoundtabJe-nbe Key West and Vicinity: Partly some things. It is ocr a w. k for .......
,1 now ; ____._. Werd InawsapeF
pending in Congress to authorize Tell It A rain, Praroa cb. Los Angeles n 50I; patrol week In Tit. .y .
the .. cloudy today, tonight and Sunday 'without I a highway publleh'A t. Key. ..e.., .
National Veapers-aba __._ 65
V Louisville _. __
i::: Authority to build a $ 1oooooo steam I FORECASTING THE PRICE TREND 2tIO-Olmstead Contemporary and Alusl9-lDn Co.-nbe V scattered with local indication thundershowers.of widely I i I| :Miami __ . 781,|,I system." ..., :-..... (wd.red this I:na des atSlav.

plant in Tennessee has been You Are There Drama-cba Continued warm. Gentle'to moderate Minneapolis . . . 54. LEGALS A. I). .,41.
: vigorously Week Around WorldabcAir j :: = =: ::: ( .
fought by the Force Showmb.ZiURobrrt winds, mostly southeaster-! Memphis . _-_ 64 A'O,." ( '
o -
power ; irrli.V1TOSll: .
lobby Will V! 69 OF TIll': I'.I Cast?
prices New
go up? Go MerriQ Concept-nba ly. i --- u. l" THICI8CtITh 'IR.t.T : Fl.irt.fly ...
f' Nearly everyone who 1 the News Commentary V _. ___. __. 61I .;...:' .. ( SioDi-Ol 'nu.ty.
least bit down. Stay where they are, M,.. Pro..ldent-abc Florida: Partly c$:>udr. today.! New York .n 'THTAT. 0'" F..OH.D.&F '-I IsdI AO.. ('. : e::

: familiar with the business tin Newsweek Neva: Veterans ?aneItnba2:41o tonight and Sunday wit'; :widely I j I Norfolk -. __---__._ 11 ll: ". :' :: .. "au& ..ot "n.n I : ,

1 electricity knows &h. foit ef. recently asked] fiQ Jpadgovern'mental. Comment-cbeCharlie's scattered afternoon and evening Oklahoma City . _.. .- 64 ( .H"2; 3. T. porter 1'-.
& I for PI '
:. J rrquhc'. enaflt'-.IJar1tt of steam plants 'statistical and educational llouke' -.ntbe4' .s'It t c East Gulf of Mexico and Jacksonville hRoanoksVi -::: ._ _::::--i-- G. VM 1\ : II :-: ;J.aJ.' '''' !

in order to be able to deliver 'a full load I institutions to forecast the price trend for 3:15-American. Man's*iruanac.bg'530On. Family-nbe 'I Through the Florida St. Louis .. 'h----;-_ _. 54 r Fn.'SK'" .'LEO. Toof.ndant.ORDF.R -. .,EI.K\K\TH THK riMCI St IT U""L roiHT flMCfITOF Of tTHf \

:: chairman the balance of the year. Twenty-six V Sammy Kay. Serenade-aba i' Straits: Moderate winds. south- :. San Antonio . ----!-.-- ... .0 OF PI BI-ICATIOX THE VTATI OK FIAMIDt.IN
all times. Gordon C.
at Clapp I''TO
The Juvenile Jury-mbs4OO easterly over outhern portionsand i I I San Francisco .... 53 : AM, FOR W0\il .& SOItTI.

;: of the TVA, says that before the war the I thought prices would continue upward ; 14 : John-Quiz B.Kids.K..nnedy-atx Joe K.lly-abe south to southeast over '! Seattle .w. V,- 52 t',1)Frank Elm Valeo.Strrrt.Rnlyn. l\ (-HabuEst.am.('- \.... 11-3X3 t

: team capacity of the Authority was abouttwentyfive said they will remain about the same and I House ot >ystery-mbs northern portions today, tonight ,:: Tallahassee '. 70 !. Long. Inland, BIXCKXT SKRAVTK: ml9 h..wa ,
New York.You
4:1b-Cal Tinney Talks! -a b and .. VU'EXT SERAXTES.Plaintiff.: :
cent of total generating the remaining ten believe they will be lower Sunday. Partly cloudy :: Tampa . .__ V.--00 m 'i8 I I are hereby required to appearto .
per 4:30-S.ws' Living 191S-obo .
weather with widely scattered the Hill of Complaint for divorcein
nrd"ast-cbs Washington .__. ... 67 v*. talnesiR;
; capacity but now it has dropped to less by the year's end. ![ Ilex Special:Maupin. musk--abe thundershowers over northern I, -- -- r the above rtylrd rause on orbefore ED.VA JACKSOX SERAXTK I
the D.U4S.
S June. A.
V Detective Mysteries-mbsOO portions. : tedaYthO; l>*Oll...... S
'V than twenty per cent. He says that the Averaging the answers, the concensusis I ..V. TODAYSANNIVERSARIES I e allegations OHDKR OP PI RI.ITIO '
: -The Sunday TheaterpbsJanetta Jacksonville to Apalachicola! : I I, inert-in. will he taken as confemod.Thia 'it")

new plant would bring steam capacity to that prices won't change substantiallyone Treasury Davis Agent Son-abe?-cbs No small craft or storm warn- I a week Order for foirr I,, to ronnecntive be published weeksin once, I : Edna Jackson Svrantm.
23 Market Street. !
:- a little over twenty per cent by 1951. way or the other. That may be a disappointment ;- Th Shadow: Drama-mbe ings have been issued.Report. I The KeyVes Citizen a newspaper New "..rl<. New Tork.
5:1 -Pkil Davis Orch.-cbs: (Know America) published in. the City of Key Ton are> b.r.by r>*.iwiri|
In the area served by TVA, Mr. Clapp to the consumer, who has 6:3O-Frij ? Carle Band-ebs 1736 Patrick Virginia'sfamed 'I \Vf.t. Florida. to the Kill of <'-.mpl.int to appear roor- '
Counts ve py Drama-a bo I 1"A: : ORDERED this 7lh divorce in the shove M .I.... <.._ .
points out that residential customers have watched his dollar shrink like wool in Quick ; Flash-mbs I patriot and orator, leader day of May. .\. '"I. 1'41. or before the 7th rta> ..f Jun. <\M(.
Key West Fla., May 29. 1913 I I K.... C* sawyer I l). otherwise, the ll.. ..
in the movement for American 148. s Bii
increased understandable. . s
7. but it is completely Lv. ; ji
\ consumption by about sixty per water Clerk of the ('ir-Mit Court. b..r..ln will be ta k.n a; ...f.-...
business :00-Catholic Radio St'rdce-.bo taken at City Office independence. born in Hanover Monroe County Florida.By This Order in to be publIe0 .......,
:: cent since 1945. Commercial customers Spending-by government, The family. Time-cbs 8:30: AJvL. EST) Co.. Va. Died June 6, 1799. I I : (sd) Anne C. Ixtngworth.lNpnty a week fiT four .H.n.-.I... ._...
individuals to higher and higher l rew P.arsono..m.ntabet TemperatureHighest I Clerk.SEAT. in The KeyVe..t ,'lilac.. a tie...
and -
;:: have increased consumption by about sixty -goes Those \Vebsters. Skit-mbs 1806-John J. Mapes, noted ( .) '''''''r' nubli"hrd In the <'tty W K.., .

i- per cent. The industrial loads have goneup peaks. The vast sums being spent for lt -Xews Summary: -a.bc yesterday 87Lo..est i New Jersey scientific agricul- I 4sd)Allan for K. Cleare.Plaintiff.Jr.S..ridlor Wmit. FlorWa. .
last foNt; AOnnp.RF.IJ: Ibis
':30-lIolh..ood Preview-nbo night 79 7th
sharply. foreign aid and military purposes will I Percy Faith Concert-cbs Mean 8 lNormal I tural chemist father of another J Jj maII-li-t-t.Un day of Slay A. D. 114,. .
Greatest Story Ever Told-abe I such; born in New York. Died j (SEAL)
:' Farm customers of the Authority have further strain the supply-demand balance.: Nlclt Carter. Detective-mbs Bi)V j Jan. 10, 1866. t| \OTIfK TO 'KKIIITOHIN Pos. C. Sawyer.'
7OO-Jack Benny Comedy-nb THK COIRT OF Tin C'UI'TY: Clerk vt the ( lrea Qs rr.Mwnro .
; shown a phenomenal increase in reports, And millions of Americans have a higher The Gene Autry Show-cbs j 1826-.Ebenezer Butterick, ini i I JIIMI:. 1IO"HO': tOt \TV.KMIHIUt. County. PId$ ..
U 1 Love Adventure-abc last 24 hours .00 ins. l\ PHBTKIn By: (*d) Anne r. I>VBCW MS. -
:..: particularly during the last ten months standard of living than they ever had be Sherlock Holmes-mbs Total this month .83 ins.i ventor of the standardized paper I re' : Estate of Iw-IMMy ** .
7:3O-Phil and Alice-nbe patterns for clothes, a' big busi- ALTON. ROBERTS, (...i) Allan B. C'I..re. Jr.
:. 5,000 farms are l being added monthly to fore. Blond and DagwoodcbsliII : Deficiency this month 2.41 ins. ness starting from a factory- De -easrd.To Solicitor 1 for plaintiff.
Goodwin Comedy-abe Total this year 16.79 ins.I I All Creditors and Persons Havin may-1 i-22-20.i$4t
: the cooperatives which purchase theirpower So, when you go shopping, don't expect Gaorlel ileatter Show-robs Excess this year 7.48 ins. home, born at Sterling Mass. c ('lain., or' IH-mand Against;

from TVA. to find lot of bargains soon. What $:0 -Edgar Bergen. Charlie-nb. I Died March 31, 1903. said Estate: I\ THE CIRCUIT fOlHT OK TAt
(' a Sam Spade; Adventures: Relative Humidityat You and each of you are herby F.... \ E\TH JIDiriL ( IHIIITOK
'hen TVA "took over" private will find, however, are merchants who Stop the Music Quiz-abe 8:30 AM.Barometer. I 1841-Eugene F. Ware, soldier- notified and required to present any KI.OHIU4. lAM> rOH WO\-
""" power you
The MeUiatloo Hoard-mba 66' !; author: known as 'Ironquill.nj claims and demands which you. or' HOE ('ut\T'. iII \ tIiIbt.IH'.
what want at far lower profit B:30-Fred Allen Comedy-nb : either of you. may have against. thc ..
:V company operations in 1933.: Mr. Clapp you you a The Man Called X-cbs j U. S. pension (commissioner born estate ...IIt..n II. Roberts, deceased CASH> -MftBEVLAH

: nays that consumption was 1,500,000,000 margin than most people realize. That is :Movies Commentary-mbs (Sea Len) 8:30 AM. I in Hartford, Conn. Died July 1, late of said County to the SometImes known aMRS. ..
8:4:%-Twin News Comment-mbsAS 1911. County Judic- of Monroe Count>.- JOHN ''ASS,
; kilowatt hours. In 1947 this consumption true whether you patronize the chains. the 1I :-Five :Minutes Newscba5OeblerryGo.nouodube 29.90 in*.-1012.S mbiTomorrow' Florlda. at his office in the court Plaintiff.NOTIfH .
J 1845-John II. House, noted', hou.o.of ..aId County. at Key West ,,
Almanac vLISn.
:. had increased!' ten fold. In 1933 only one independents the specialty shops or any- I Catch Me If You :Can-cbs Sunrise 5:39 i Congregational clergyman in the months.Florida within right calendar .\ A.- .flF.F.TL ci .1..
a.m. from the time of the first
C :: farm out of twenty-eight had electric service thing else. The profits per sale are so "Meet;alterVI..hell Me at Parky'Time_mbs-aba Sunset 7:11: p.m. i Near East for some 60 years, bornin publication of this notice.\ Each TO %PPRH Iefndsnt.*"It tINDER.

V than speaking that if theydidn't ':1S-Hollywood Comment-aboi:30 Moonrise 12:46 I Painesville, Ohio. Died in claim or demand shall he in writing OF PI RLIC4TIO
but today more one farm out off small generally a.m. and shall state the place of IX THE NAMK OK TUK STATE .''rTO
: -Album Familiar Music-nt Greece, April 19, 1936. residence and office address
p.ry two enjoy the convenience that elee- exist at all it would make little difference Strike It Rich. Qulx-cbs Moonset V 12:10 p.m the claimant post and shall he sworn FI..RIO.'
f :. tririty gives. In 1933. farm consumption in your purchasing power. Retail Jim Theater Backus Guild Comedy Hour-abc-mbs TIDES BOAT FOR SALE to by. and the any.claimant such claim agent or or demand attorney LINDA unknown F.SO.\ST A. RKKK.: rmMrnr

realize it deserves 10:00: -Take It or Leave It-nba not so filed shall be void.Veral .... ; ... ... ...
of electricity was 10.000,000 kilowatt trade, whether we or not :Mickey Rooney story: -cba TomorrowNaval NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE 1-. Roberts.As ERNEST IirK. r' M.known -

: hours but in 1917the. farmers used 300.-) much of the credit for the abundance Voices of Strings mbs I ( Base) Mossier Acceptance Company. executor of the Last HORATIO ;WALI.RAnR.. .
I 10:30-Horace Heidt Show-nbo Eastern Standard Time) d/b/a Allen-Parker Company Will and Testament of Alton (.1......'<;il. 7,7i Oxford .Ave
nation. Escape Drama Series-cbs II. Roberts, deceased.
000,000 kilowatt hours of electricity. that exists in this .
flue Philadelphia. PaTilE
Movies-aba 806
Commentary on High Low Biscayne Boulevard, Miami. maYII-li--,1
Clary's Caiette-mbs "
-- --- 4:04: a.m. Z:5: St.m. I Florida. will) offer for sale atj I! .. IK I.IVINC.: ASH IKIKAI

l-: A LESSON IN INFLATION The truth rarely emerges from a partisan 10:4S-Xet..ork 11:00-News Variety Music. Time 2 bra--aba nba I 2:43: p.m. 10:10 p.m. public .auction, to the highest II I\I\TIlE. -\U. .Ol''TIJ"OHlOltUI' {";:-*f roi'BT.UTV.. >.. EVISKKi THE lNK..Wtltins I.Elt. .*-

I Xe..s.'arl..t,. fiance 2 hri.--:::-. I and best bidder for cash at the rI.UMIU IPIIORVTK TKKS. r.RAXTEKM oftOTHER
fanatic-it isn't in 'em. '
or a News and Dance Band abe
ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA : second front door In re Estate ofCHARLOTTE : News, Dance Band Z hr"-01Il, of the CourtHouse I
Before \\9orM'ar II the Chinese dollar FLORENCE: CURRVKeceased. lIEn THEM. AND THE fVKXOWX -
12:00: -Dancing ContinuedabcwetYour Reference Station: Key West of Dade County, Florida . ".>ot'OF" UK stilt

.: was worth about one-third the United EDUCATION WORTH MONEY S Tim of| Height of in the city of Miami on the 7th NOTiri-: TO CREDITOR* PERSONS.

I ''';: States dollar? I HoroscopeSATURDAY StAtionTid. {high water day of June. 1948 at 11:00 To lag All Claims Creditors or and r..mand"lIain8t Persons Har- ALL .PERSON.VIMINO*TO IIAVINt HXVE ASS"KOI

Bahia Honda A.M. one yacht named "Maredale" Said Estate: INTEREST IN THE K 1.LOWINU .-
Lat week, in Nanking, one American Business!' men have long uderstood 11 MAY 29. 194*- (bridgeOh 10m 0.0 ft.I 65' long 13\2 beam, 6' notified You and and each of you ar. hereby LAXI RLo -

dollar would buy more than one million that education represents one of the greatest There is some success in this Itfe. No Name Key depth, built 1926 by Ditchburn, .claim. and demands required to which present you.any or site Twenty-on Qf ISLJoIOR.P..1.121 > of (Ii. Toa-...

.: Chinese dollar. forces in the development of trade. but it is likely to be full of disputes Boca(east Chica end) __+2h 20m Boats. Ojitario. Canada, designed ,I I.Ftat.either. of..t you{""ARLOTTa'LRaS may have against the(''' to Plat the Hook Plat On.tberrof( it at rv Pa.-nroMl.c 4*. .In.r

This looks I and turmoil. Some natures by Tarns & King. Inc., New {CVrtRT to the County Judge of 1 the Public Record ..r M.........-
like impossible event The wants and desires of the uneducated I
.: an 1 when combined in daily life with (Sandy Point-Oh 40m York City. Powered by two I I I Monroe County. Florida at his of. County. Florida:
V -. but depreciation of Chinese currency are few and their economic status is low. 'persons of a nature that balances Caldes Channel twin ignition Grey engines, 170 I I, County fk-e in at the Ke C> .West..rt House Florida of, ..sak llhin hereby YOf. notified AND EACH that OF salt TtM'are has .

: which I began during the war against Japan The advent of education inevitably I!I this/and with the mingling of (north end) _+2h 10m +1.4 ft Horsepower has a Delco 32- I eight (S> calendar months from brought against you a by fMtl'LAH-

[ this j'and the following degrees. oOo volt with the time .of. the first publication .f I CASS sometImes known a'I,,"
system two sets .
and accelerated' afterwards reveals develops ambition and the this noti. Each claim or demand JOHN '
through CASS. to
processof have a very good combination NOTE: of batteries Electric Pressure:1 bis a ..nt. or his attorney. and any I I the plaintiff and qui.t to removeruin the Stir' "4

ran happen to a nation's currency. distributing information whets the appetite push and discretion but the Ofl (--Minus sin: : Correctionsto water system, automatic fire: office the place ot residence and pos clouds from the. tllle> t.. the Unherelnabove *-
address of .
\ : The people of the United States areconvinced of men and women for the acquisitionof strength is likely to produce avery i be subtracted. system, bath tub with three shall be sworn to by claimant the .claimant and I Monroe Count cI..riJooo.I.FI..r.....whi.and h too ar.,ire i'a

\ that such the cantankerous disposition. (+)-Plus sign: Corrections to toilets, hot water system three I his agent, or his atorney. and any hereby repaired to file >...r .It-
a of the nation. The such
catastrophe can products higherthe i claim or demand not so filed d .
be added. doubls pearanc* in thi. wuit w. <-r before
cabins two cabins shall
single be "oid.Dat..cI I
never occur in this country. The only level of education. !in SUNDAY MAY 30 19-18- (h-Hour.) the :3\it day of May. 154*. .>iarwiM'
way average a community large pilot house, galley at Key West. Florida thl:; the allegation of the bill .f .-....-

Sd to prevent it Is to maintain sound financial the greater the volume of business I is a day of importance. often Jii-I (m-Minute. with electric refrigeration, large 7th day(Sd of) Stay Zelraa A.R.n. Curry 1145. I plaint in said suit will 1- l......" 15confessed

; ing high position. There is (ft)-Feet. by you.
V .practices on the part of the government that one will find. bottle gas oven range; lounging As Administratrix rum testa ICIRCflT COCRT .:.U.t
cation of mind fit to inertia annexo of
a govern for the Last Dated thin *'th day. *.1.
of !
quarters three. loungingdeck April.
I :. and this can be done in a large degree, by In brief, money spent for adequate and a wide knowledge of affars. which are largely counterbalanced 14' x 28', roomy afterdeck lotte Will and Florence Testamefit, Curry nf ,Char t1"- Ross c Sawytr.

levying taxes sufficient to the With a good gift of expresfim by the natural dignity and ceased.W1. Clerk Ctrruil C_rt.
pay expenditures reasonable is an investment together with all tackle, apper- Curry By Florence K. Sawyer.
and seeming broadness of opinbn conscientiousness which is Harris. .... ..
indicative I
of the government. rather than s tenances and etjtiipment. Attorney for' Administratrix "M**titv "
an expense.- there may be traits of of this degree. *"..01. testamento an" K'". Roberts Holland !9trrkl B4.
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useful in friction expertrjirnu 'X "do something"about Randyd have become voice Your father and I had such .
"Is that why you
I lAud tn MV ing problem of Mildred herself had decided itnte'5he friends with Mr. Lanier" Her a lost darling We were not two
lubr.cktitrtFor is made Randy wake up. back her persois-but one. And our love
instance?, radioactive mother's eyes were on "
isotope* will nable M the clinic the following morn- sewing once more but the questionwas livesbn even after death.
vtrrti re- Hildwd learned that the youngtor more direct than usual. "Of tt. T9 that our downstairs bell.
groups to study more 4 had left town to be gone for I course realize too my dearat JL Dearest* Would you mind 3nswt'r)1g -
t bjftrly the processes of 'o""th. 1 had decided toIce you I can't the I'm
7 + i era I days lIe least I hope you do-that a go way
TI.* atom scientist jobs mill the child he was to have op- man like that would never have dre!*d. I hope it's only one of the
pay $1.440 to S4.8S0 yeaily. Britam' Lted on the day before to Atlan- anything more in mind than neiaibors.M .
existing atomic railed l It was to be not only a delicate friendship." McNaughten put down her
deration but something in they sew ilg and Parted to..the door. 111
gle!'p"-now M: producing of an experiment. "You are not the first to warn say juu've gone to bed." she ,iiiLIIIX'
nlv a rmall oupniity of I.1OIOJhlI me about that. She stretched and backin'olhe
if the mother came hurrying
[Ilildrcd knew opera- elbow with a
hut a fled pile i* being put Int', in was a success, it would bring sat up propping one living room with conster-
girritiun. I ndy the acclaim and attention he couple of pillows. nat.vn written on her face. "My
served. "1 am relieved to know that you dear" she $said "it's Mr Lanier-
..........-.. 1PUt1 t- know that" her mother replied. and found I just could not tell
ll1IUIIMIUII1IIIIIIII.. "When do you' expect your She had been afraid that even a I even such a white fib to him-so
ung man back her mother a. k- girl as sensible as Hildred might I'm afraid hr is coming up. I
N.C.C.S. when Randy had been gone alist easily be swept off her feet by the "liicien' Why should be come
a week. "Have you heardm of wealth that surroundedall here! dinner
101*. display I We are having again
Duval Street him. dear the Laniers. tome row evening . I'm afraid t
DEFENSE FORCES Hildred said she had not had any Mrs. McXaughten clipped a he will have to take me just ss he
)rd. She had not expected any, thread, reaching for the next color. finds me there won't be time to
1'KOCRAM ugh'she did think Randy might 1 "
"No doubt his cousin, because she spruce up
bMtlfbf _u_ ..\1 ,.,,1..01,.. I tv a dropped a card. is related is considered a suitable I Even as Hildred said this bet I
IlfllRltr I MRS. RUBY HOLT h-lds her "I'm not at all sure" she said, match. A young man who has received !, there was a knock at the door and.
SATUAOAT iihng across the little living such' a large inheritance she went to open it.
1:00 I'M. CI.OO PXL Picme crying baby brothr. \/ayns k'm. that Handy is my young I many millions would have to be "Tlis i> surprise(!" Hildred's J
r FUliing sirn un in advance i Gibson after rescuing kun from an. As the saying goes he has I' very careful as to whom he married smile was wa: in and welcoming. }.
st SUNDAY ) the path cf a train: at Ashwood. Jvtr flared himself. Maybe he He would have to be careful "Woa't you tone in Lucien" She
Tenn. The fiver will. Randy is so absorbed I II even as to whom he chose for held the door wide. Her mother
IC-20 child's
w AM 11-50 AM Com I foot was I his work that he is blind to friends." had sat down to resume her needlework :
mini**! nmtlftl. White caught in the sw.tch (!cft>. but rerj-thing and everyone else. And' HiUied agreed that that was =o. once more.
111 CliiU U. S. Sub Base I Mrs. Helt yanked him free just !thO\qh I could care fOr him a Lucien had said as much when he *'1 hope lam not intruding." Lucien -
'Xn l Sunday. before the train cams thur.- :at deal I am not sure I would had told her on her second visit said: he wore teat; boyi-h.
trt I'M 7-flO I'M dering ehcng.An Lir.t to b,? married to'a man vv ho to the great house that the red- eager look 'I jut had to stop. I
: "
"r Tiip -- Filiin I :rely knew I existed. headed girl in the portrait was his was in town. and. w,H. bel:eve it ;
feign up in advance). |5he said this because she knewr fiancee and his cousin lIe had said pr not. I was "=0 lonely I thought f
Information ...rv"-o housing 111 Wind? ? ... was no u-se ever in prctend- *It has always been understoodthat I would go slightly mad. Thea I '1
rily fragile I f with her mother. They were we would marry." And it was thought of you-and that maybeyou f
flc-ligl..us lil.'raturp. library jo clue because of the way he had said Houldnt: mind-"
lf>..-|.1.......*. utarnpK wrapping and CIIAKCHAI. ChJ .-A seven- rThere could bworse things that as such a matter-of-fact "Of course not!" Mildred drew
flailing pHrkaffr earthquake r.tendbrought .n thrtt. Mis McNaugnten put statement that Hildred had him on into the room shutting the -
tw.a. *. railway ..x. chcei toia deceit vilUgc.While ale her neealepomt a moment "Ijhtve thought he could not be in love door. "I'm so glad you did. I want
availatl foundry puk-np- the quake leveled five unless you do something with Dodo. you\0 know my mother." .
to all dVfrrtxe furces llunsy biulding*. it ('p"nd twelve p"ut it. you will go on waiting "Mamie says there is no such Sh" was glad and proud to see
and ....i' f mili.... ir-p ."-1 un 3 Trim hirh other two or three or even many thing as true love." Mildred said that her mother also accepted this
: MILS f:. s. cououLiN. fluwa. v water lore years, for Randy to declare now her blue eves dreamy. "I sup- somewhat odd visit as if it were ...
.. Eftmitiw Secretary : lirself." pose she is right Yet I hate to everyday ociurrenoe. Just as she i
MISS HILDA CASTILLO. Up ta tin tire the village's ,"On. I realize it all right" Iiildd'a think so. I guess every girl dreamsof accepted Lucien himself as if he '
had to haul tt<- water 20 n'llt'j. i smile was rueful She was being loved just for herself were any ordinary young man '
Secretary I .itched out on the couch her romantically yes, even desperately I who might have dropped in to
---- -- -- Tlit Nugui gala arc lec-d-n" norm discarded for a comfort- I Doss that seem like askingtoo chat With her daugntrr
-'d I JJ I ......."tWIIIiIuIIIbIULJ''I i.jout fiv-f fit a '.e..... i noubeco-t her shoes kicked much? Does it seem ttrribly I (To be couliiiiM-d) ,

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It UP M.-Second Show. teas
lure announced at the Club k ;
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the I'rtiu C'utnmonily Sing
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Ill 011 Piano''. XI.-Coffee Hour I

C'amera Club mrrU each
Tt uriay at 8 00 P Mfi .
8 t> meeting OirU' Sr
Vice OranihU"nor,. :Mend
4lh Monday
Came Room Chinese Check
era. ...*.. rardu ping-pong pool

1 t'W'tttacatineartou writing desks, library.< table current games Wheel tbere. tbat ZIP !

club Shower. fUhing.. tennis line rackets, camera IOU again

Checking service. film enioenwiling
and wrapping packages
receiving messages, phone boo''''.
stamps, railway express service No wonder you grin There's tools. Andhen time and miles

available to SERVICE PERSON. that sixtiii again that
go finally take their toll in wear, they

NCL Lrsleigh Davis Director. A jhat flashing spirit that you know- have right at hand a stock of Buick-

I 1l..1 is built in Buicks. here's that engineered replacement
Gerald Pintkr--Program D. ; parts.

tetterDeverly. .A_ ,\".- split-second answer to your call for
; Buchanan-Secretary ; power, the feather-light response Wheel in and they'll sweeten your

Duretn Desk Aide.Crux Information to your finger that makes your two- engine to bring out all its surge
Z.UBI l A tE- .
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u ton honey like a baby buggy. go. 'lhcy'11 steady your car's

TUn t 1 IN: IIIMOIUKnow taHor-madc lubrication -. easy gait and make steering lim

( America; lor Buicks This is what happens when a Buick ber. They'll c"en.take out your

ie&-PbiiMk II.-...y offer hi. s 1. h's lubncoiion made is cared for bv men who know worn engine and give you new-car

ha:.lot K'f n .. 4H'.l ir*..iuti<>n' Imeasure for your Buick by to Huicks best men who know theheight zing and pocrith a factory-

.If U Jcl).*. dfM to 111-. VllglllLu r-/ engineers who built of spirit a Buick can reach fresh Fireball.

II.KIM! .., lhuignats.1itMlLady II' the car-with lubricants and how to bring it out.
Island 13.; li an'! \ carefully chosen for just Sec for yourself. Bring in .
your car
heat of the tnnrin-1 13 i l..14. .. 0_ reason: they arc best
lit...* U..- IM vi ConstitutionIft4f rr- for your Buick. Buick men have a way with Buicks and get real, understanding Buick

.1U0 veins +.a ui Wait nm I I' \ am- 110 one else can have. That's only car care. You can't buy anywhere

uttniHU Ut SUIrlMMititHIO natural. \hatcvcr they do, they do else and job for job it doesn't
-- Ulrnn II C...t_ u .nfuu a "' the
and builders
as designers ofHuick
cost '
>M) |.MU. t..r fl>ing 'n..p1.- Men who know Buicks; :::. i i you a penny more.
luau) I.. N, w y..L. lies thin IIHI thoroughly so* that all Ihe" ?\. say it should be done. They

.......' wash t 4tty ..nt* alup. different points that need it \i use Buick-appros cd checks and
191'; s.-.I." ..r St.& I..n. are properly supplied with l)
IIHC iviu!. i*..* I* G..."' ..u. t. exactly the right kind and .
...1..1 au With AtlMIkrs .. right amount of lubricant. .
IUJhi It'" .......J. for I..n.a..
anvatk. Wi.li4.tl..n. You're away knowing
c. car is protected and
your "
as.-I set to roll smoothly and J a a
; dependably with lubrication iP -
r.llNan- that has been matchedto ,
l43- .The fMficr of War M.I. .. the mileage you have a $ ''

.,Llat Nw1 .......IUH'd.IfUSm.I.s..1 driven.
Ineoube tax DEALEr7'a
....in lnl bv ii..Mi-nl R......... It :
1S4G.. Tlm' 4-day suit .,.at REGULARLY FOR L UBRICARE -

sin k. .Pok.
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./1J-1 Caroline Street* Corner Telegraph Lane Kt J' West, Flfr.lu

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lllTge FOR n.GI'LAR aiSLActiFACE tAt'lft:,T
TVPEAdTrrtu I .rmBt for riawsNtett .........
meats in invariably In and.___hi
ements under this head ; rr.:ullU' ..flnrtir.It II !.*,* .s.
will be i...rlrd In Th- Citizen at rx>unlt> nt.. ";AYe their a'". .e a.-
the rate of Jc a word" fur each In- wenh rharifd.Pt . '
Mi-n. but th* minimum chance f..r I. Bl.ll-ATin UEAULI,R
H the first ii word or less l,. :ge. .Ti. iiu>ur. irtlMKailw red.f tliiiat
The rate tor fclkf tfwly Zv a ... The fllizvit *rfiA be f tie tyo'clock
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ad..ertf.5nK -,.. accepted Under the rr Ut ...in" ....o4UW* I* 1t. "eeyedt
ef error jq a"v..rlialplIC tian"ftt+t <..,otrrciipooKible ..- The Cilft. -tU We
vnl> f.,r the fimt Insertit-n in Clawirie4IH A...,.....*. aaf ti
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Store to let. 33x60. At 213 Simon- Bungalow: small store -iIcII..c

ton St. Call H. Altman. Phone and lime grove on four ait.
682. may21-tf lot:.. size 50' x 129' each in good
section. This can be bought.
Furnished house, June 15-No- easy terms. Johnson & Jayw.

ember 1. Two master bedrooms son. Phone 37%. M.J17-It
two baths screened
breezeway. 1012 Southard j
Plumbing suppRes. complete
f| 673R. stock. Plastic tile paiftte aN
may233txt !
brushes. Murray' .PK
1532 N.W. 62nd Street
lAP Wirepio) Garage. $10.00 per month. 1019.
i Fla. Phone 7-3421.
meyl t
BERTHA LEE WILLIAMS of Montgomery. Ala- sits with dejected look on the front porch of fc Margaret Street may23-3 i i

half of the ; .
Furnished two-bedroom house. ; Electric refr iger.t..r: bttffct; MT.cntyftvc
TY s< v.xi cff his licit and" said he'd use the lumber to build another horse. Bertha Lee planso hot water. Apply 1212 Psarf"! Leghorn pnUrt. till
have her h JJ "remodeled.
Street. may2 -2txI j White Street iM>.-_

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-n-; New, beautifully furnished one- i j'White outside paint ... .....
fli 1)FCRU 1 IS .57. I.I.1DK IS C)() i j Lv:'ks. first known M c4a-1 I bedroom house. $85.00 month-i 9-inch electric f.rv*. HJerty .. D4
4 t : .tuD coun.nc-j. have ly. Call 1317-R. ma>23-3tx j jI & Co84 Othrfa. twir
x-v is g.-nwn since prehis>ric Packer. Call 15't7 ietrvr
t-m ', Lovely three-bedroom house with i

c large garden for adult family Pressing Club. Gaud ltieatl .
w s HELP WANTED-MALI.. only. To January first $100 good butinese eppMftwijir? .

It monthly. Telephone 1021-J. 869 Duval St my>4-*c.
w4.cs Y. "'l; vetetan to learn priiingtiadt 1 may24-Kx" .- .
Apply Key West Jitttvn ; Cushman scooter new as'. plil

may-5t FOR RENT-ROOMS I running c.ondtt"- $$I$. ..
- - I ply after 430 pelt eM
< Light housekeeping rooms $5.00 j Street. h.at .
--- High School Graduates! ThcU.S. |
to $15.00 per week. 411 William --- -- --
.- A ) \ will put you ahead Irith j ji Streetmay4lmox Lot. 43 s W. Dav" sod >< i.
..... 'H T''(,'meal School Plaa I f ||I Phone 1S6-J hi' ,...,...hss.fAe'a.

7 _. ,...,'t v in the Class of 948. .....
. ''' giaduatmg into on of .

I '.J.'P". lilt fine oppi>rtunities avai\bleg 917 Weekly Fleming Rates Street i I Two lady's biryrfes.day trt.anI ... M
4 .
't" '""Jr: intn. You'll hat
achance without Bath HaHo. t.... .fl.a
; to continue your edicaii' $8.00 to to$10.00$15.00 with Bath each. I960 Stolen. Ina,81...
,1'.1' n and learn an imporant $12.00 1,

.. 1 skill {,r traae. With the may 10-tf
,-. -- '". ic\v I I Public Service: H y w WM* oarsonal. .
Army Technical School Ran.I I hwne>t sirhae asscicnliuus ...
i ':;:"j. you high ychoul graduates can Cool comfortable furnished room phw"biia ssrv" ftI

". <. :-. -,. seU't the training you prffe opposite court hou je. 513,, ,I me prove you van gt M. PMM
s \>- 'tK b;-fn.-e you cnlLst. and be sure i Whitehead Street JTk1)27I -;t : 853. ,

... .. '. -:'i [ uf ,&Mgnrnent to that training I 1 hWilyIS-.t.'u--" .
.' 'f'' ... ; . : (;< i iln- full facts-no\v-wtthoni FOR RENT-APARTMENTS
',, "': ...,t !
.:'. : obligation at your ncarestI'.S. Tai) electric fane. iKctniH ...
: 'i.:'_ . : i Army & U.S. Air Force Furnished apartment. 3 rooms plumber's toute. tanrlvlliar
- ... - - . ..-..; I Htx-ruitin Station It's locat- and bath. Maid and janitor electric plate. 416 Ol'M

._. _ -"- i* ,. _ -i._ '*>,. : > ::rt .tu.to/ :I ou at 25 KE.'d St. Miami 6. service, linens and utilitiesal ;;;"'
I Ko.M2nsayZ92HELP ; Hotel partments, oQpo. tIe
Baby fal"liapC". "
bride the fr liner I hs. Eliza Murray. a widow who says she is 1 J Post Office. maysIOtxI I Phone 831-J. e.riiAJ
".more than 5(. sit happily in auto after their marriage at Brush I WANTEDFEMALEI

< ton. N. Y. They planned to travel to and from the wedding ceremony i I I I! Efficiency apartments. al utili- A Hamilton piano in ver,
::1 McGee's buggy but had to use neighbor's automobile i Experienced switchboard opera ties furnished. Adult only. Also condition. $125-68. Call

because buggy wheel broke. I I tor. See Miss Pl' ('e. La Conch sleeping rooms. $10.00 to SI2.00 I or 496 Virginia StrMt
Hotel. may28-3t double. Stutz Hotel, 410 Flem- iav8-diR
I' \ filEt! OF 33 SIRES TRIPLES ing Street may7-tf
; Saleswomen-Earn good income I :7foubin cniisvr. plrMlfs .

in >'''''r spare tart;. Sell NylonHosiery. Furnished 2 1-2-room apartment. I h. p. Marine Je -p.commercial It ,

Fit service to yournvighbtiis Utilities furnished. $69.00 i I or prrvwte "G.

and friends. Good monthly. Couple only- Apply Heady to go. A mlSe iiiirgaia
: n'irn.-.sifn.. Free sales kit an<1 915 Windsor Lane. mayl l-tf'J I Jack *
I at Tbmnfike*! *Mj ,
ii--iv r.il h'i:iei y. Delaware

!ii /l'l'YIIIIs.. Ine !\.Ladletown. ComplctdfUtni.Jltd new effi-J" ttsy2ifIt II. ...

,(I Dd. may29itxSTORAGE ciency apartment. Electric te- j I Thurouzhbrcd btac C.r

frigeration. Continuous ho' Spa mel puppies. BS-1 Pectte ..
i water. Phone 215. m iy2 3-tf I Place. Phone 1i-J

m. ...
) itF
t : Red L'rSinag Co. Furnitureor j Efficiency apartment. Cowpk

eommcrcjal. Phont 793.maylltf. only. Paul's Tire Shop. I Used dour window*, ani >sifitK

r. t : I Iy2tHb. I Ver> ciwap. Evans iSm4'
ard Street.
i i FOR SALE-USED CARS Three-room apartment Sleeps I I, stay

Y a ir fy four. Children wanted. One- K M.riy-two ctt. it. ft'ur-det i.r ij- -
;: !3C Ka-h. 4-door. radio heater. room apartment twin beets and less steel
: elrctrkrtfn
,, ) r g j I IWi J I seat covers, complete motorI' shower. Both on beach. Phone t1aed nine ruontK. Apply tfto,W
overhaul .cJa 33 Rest Beach 603-W.
!I I I I i, may255txi tray Z-21 x I Fleming Srrrct fi tay-71t

,: Furnished apartment. adults only. Two-family home.futiishrd. cett'\IIIb'
I 1940 IIiKi ".'i bexkn. 907 Virginia 703 South St., Phone 226. .
Ij i "* Apply M Askr A.upstaint. .
II Street. may37-3tx may276txy .
tea' :.-Y1t
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1937 OLL mobile. Z-door. Bod Furnished apartment. Write Cox I -500 .fhcvte.--eta-x II.-whileprini. -uraf---

;.Jhl! n.ot'.i in cood: condition P S., c/0 Citizen. may% -%tx 25c. ArUnan f1'tws. CdratwL'nilsfirig
MiT sell by May 31. Bargain.
s SS!t i i7 Pet Beach. Phone T:\o efficiency apartments. $6_"I Phone SI. _
f -t..
r 2, 1 list: \V. may273txi each. Utilities furnished. Facing .
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t4 xg Navy CommissarCall
A Ekoc-1IIt" ranz CwmtitiM fair.WXOO. .
w iC2 i i I:;-; > ; k.trd fordor: sedan new 1129-M. may29-3
:i pr.t. ::i,',il tires, radio. Ca1'' $ IH-C IVtnufaaa Kxtcnsion. -

: Nsvi at Tony's Auto Body i For Rent-$G3.00 a month 'ne _yS9-ltf
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Si"p.; 603-COS Green Street. bedroom
I I apartment. Lo..rl'- 1947
Cree3r.autusnubilt.. +wiiR
; may236t19P4 I Beach Court south coiner of mile..... llolitter at..oreI....

4 r i I Elizabeth. may29-3l\ Phone 51. ....,:.8.41t
Teirsp5iT e. Rood condition!i
: I Do rust. Call Poor Old Craig'sI t FOR RENT-COTTAGES ---- -'- ----- -

t- +. SeivHtStation, between 5W i' REFRIGERATIONCiuaranteed
r ... -- -- - -
r. i aivl 7:00. i
---.L.--..: --: '- 1..... "" ... I may2D-Cis: I Furnished new one-bedroom "t,t-1 dumcstic lewd r....
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I lage near bqach. Adult !
: couple inertial service.
. >limte "
\I' \\ J: 1.1" j Butch special sedan.150 j only. No pets. The Price Organization
ANTHONY DURE (top). ti8-year-old former circus trapeze |i 4 i "cash. 627 Eaton Street. I Realtors. 411 Flcminsl cli.ii. '. Huh-took R-oh llf'r.bM
performer: hobs two of his 35 children in New York after his may 29-3 t i|

fourth wife gave: birth to triplets. Standing is Emil. 11939
3. and
on I :a-Mc
the : panel truck. $500 7t-W.
aging: Q3G3 a lap is AnL't ny. Jr.. 13 months old. Bittern: : -
cash. 627 Eaton Street.
Nurses Vivien'.o Dorset (!e>t) and Lorraine Dunning hold the i ]! I
triplets in New ma>29-3t 111 E
York's Harlem hospital. They were barn pre

maturely. Pupre now a kitchen worker in a New York hctcL

- -- --- j, MISCELLANEOUS ill Key West Floor Covering Co.
TODAY'S r.lRTIID.US executive. born in England. 57 Washers, irons vacuums andi I 132 DUVAL STREET

(Know America) years ago. i i fans repaired.. O'BriaLt. Phone I PHONE MM

"Ir!'. 1>-.. :gh, Mfiiovv.t I, Ernest C. Kanzk-r. chairman of 1164-M. mayl-tf I(II Alas Just liven .fMijrifr
England.; N. J.. xvul.ivf rr.\cn>al Credit: Detroit Inner ;:J Exclusive

na' r-'urXh.".'.h', ,; tamed the civic M.- ;; Sa2111 t"" Jlit-h.. is ye-ir., -.go. For guaranteed plumbing and re- j|if Distributor in KeyYest
iorkr.. Dr. Thorvald O. Cuir.\vi a 1 \ pairs. Free estimate. Call
H Ch j
in ::i velazd. 73 i I
item agn.Eishop i MrnnvapotU.. -sdem of the Lu- i John Curry, 512 Margaret St. i j|I for"Kentile"

Detroit. MelhoUib1.Raymond:: leader.J. \\bt'it".f,ir. at !:., theran. 60r..rs Free Church Jigo. burn in NorWV. i! Phone 731. mayl-tf I I Iwi' II ASPHALT TILE

Eeatuce.Liiiic. | Caroline
LaOraruf. Ind.. 73 years ago. i English ;>rliesrinBer. >- Shop. mnn Street. I
Carl W. > born in Toronto. Canada. remain open through i j
Larson i
N.- i
; 50 June with of tin r'iiifsl lllcnded
Y_ noted dairy technoJetgwi. year logo.I increasing stock of'l, t slurs.

Milk company h 4d. burn ;: sea inexpensive cotton., r '} Including While
at StAitsgar. ; sliptwers and draperies. From Bliie&Lvry
I Camel
can travel ihsv.or
lot"clays II'
io\VcE. 67 years ago. i 19 to 5 daily, except Thursday

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( 'Ir.i BENNY'SI , i> .i..TRAD i. :. WHERE TO BUY 11"-- and c rt there product is doubt buy or U as to whereto THIS DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU I '

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PHONE: 1000 :
:t 909 Sinionlon Si. Nice Select of GIFTS and SOUVENIRS : ,If It Is Ebctrical WE WE ftlRll.'fll:! : S POOR OLD CRAIGService :
2 Ownership-Management , ; : ;
el BENNY FERNANDEZ : 1'1"lItyor Aon Toys for the duldrcn[ We Will Call For and Deliver : WHITE STARCLEANERS Station: .i
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Serving . seE: OUR lectrical I Appliances I S .. 30 Years Experience ia Electrical Work .. J. H. BRADY Manager PHONE 1UFrancis : .:
.BREAKFAST 1 to II 2 2LUNCHEON. SHOWING of : and Division- .. ;
.: 11.30/ to 2 J ................ .. ...._......a..5. uccui.: 211 Duval Street s Marco Mesa. Jr. Frog :
: .DINNER, S to 1:30 : :.............?. .......eaeee**.............. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 41 : 701 DUVAL STREET STREET ; Tires Tube; Batteries Auto \.riee :

2: The n".| rr/ Slrak* . STORE :...................:.:....................... ., SIMONTON ; :......Tour.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Center"............
: Short,Ord.n-Saadr.icba : : \ PDRY tee."*.****.*..***...- ....................... : Wry Cleaning .s..e......e.................................* .:
S Al All Hours : ; 1207 DIVISION S NEAR COR.WHITE ST. :
and rrexxinf :
..: 2 TROPICAL Try Our Fresen DRINKS 2 :. "Ye' Patronage Invited" : PRITCHARD I H:: RUSSELL'S:: :: 24-HOUR Free Pick-Up SERVICE and :'. : RADIATOR SERVICE 1 !: \

r 2 Open D-ily and Sunday 2S ; Ice Crea Proprietary Medicine : FUNERALi Delivery Service NOW AVAILABLE
A.>U, tu Midnight 2eeee : : ; DRY GOODS : SUITS for MEN .Rod Cleaning a RejHiirin;: and flush in f
Sick Room School S..pplie. ,
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: STREET : ;
: Toilet P orations and Article i HOME 1106 OLIVIA : mul WOMKIN"'
!Ii ................. ............................. S :S S PHONE 373 :S : M.ul.'lrn""rc[ [ : TONY BODY SHOP y

.........e............ ................. ......... ................... Let Those Serve : PHONE 232 . 693.OS GREENE STREETCAROLYN
3 : MUMFftD\ \ ( and ROSS .
FURNITURE CO. : Exclusive Alor a County Distributor* forCarrier 2: WE NEVER WILL JVO/UJI'Sl"d :, :, i : [ j
; 1 WO DUVAL STREET: MrConditioningfor : I : + LOPEZ c:: +. : Overseas Hotel SIS Fleming St. : ",
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.: Jmrnilr. FnniiiurcFIJItMTI'KK : : ; Ambulance Service Children's ;. ; ; : ..( DONALD BARBER 2: ,
: IIUIT 1ti, EIICtn Domes and Commercial Use I Telephone 548 11A Funeral I ServiceEstablished .. V"? We Specialize fa .
; 133 PHOtTES 9150 .
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: ] : ..e*............................................. Never Sleeps :. Apparel : 1885 . ) Scalp Treatments Trfe "ne Djcing aP1sifts >rAaminr.r
Inlaid Congo!' i............................................... .... ............... ;....................... 1't l earatis.r or HBI.K A"a3 R .
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: .: andAppliances .: : HOTmlNT. RangesRefrigerators. :. i J A* MYERS i Einbalnirrs24Hour .. STEWS BEAUTY NOOKScientific Rf' ;, ,

: Diosals and Electrical AppliancesWi : Beauty Culture . ..
: : :
: ..Iiiii : JMarhies for Immediate Delivery Licensed i iI in All Branches ,
: Terms Arranged" : ; : J;: .. Y: I
OPEN: TILL *00 P.M. AmbulanceService l I Thoroughly Experienced I
: : MON. and SAT.eeeeeeeeeeee. : : HOMEAPPLIANCE; ; I PAINTING' Contractor t t j: .. (Operators S
........ : 60S SIMONTON 5 EET PHONE 11. Soft Water Ut eel ExclulT.1 ly ,. r
? ................................................ FI1EE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUARANTEED Z* :: Phone 135 696 i, 637 536 Fleming Su tic J

...................... ................................................P. :...Telephone........3127....114...Duml.....Steeet.....Jefierson:......Hotel.......... ............-..Night.......... ...Phone........................................:.../................ .i,
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: PRICE TOURS : : K eyes t \Dr d en & Lawn Supply I : : When }'Of' Want FASTER, BETTER ....................... .' Former Customers, Friends and the Public Invited ::

914 FLEMING STEET PHONE 1013 : : FLOOR SANDING : :: FlaSOUVENIRS : : Frances Beauty Salon
i West
i Key ,
1aue_ .....,
CALL.US FOR AN ETs.1MAE : Frances Fa0."
Full PET I SUPPLY Line : : On Old or New Floors- :
R.pruraIaU.ro STREET
: : : 1010 GRINNELL
,Method SJ. ,
l : Guaranteed {Work Modern : I
: let : : Full- CARIEN SUPPLY Line : : : \4 (Beauty Culture in all it* PhasesFLORIDA
: : : : : DOUGLAS TREVOR j CONCH SHELLS : Scalp Treatments : !Ii
Permanents -
EAST : : I.:unrtcu 111 Service and Delivery' : All Suet % I
: Manicuring
: ..................................................: : IU29 Harris Avenue Phone 137'1-R : : : : ::;; Facials Shampoo 1391

:.: COAST..v Located RAILWAY Nazi ;: :...'............................................i. .........................................-............................*................... :. COCOANUTSSPONGES-' +; :'.'.'....e.....................'For.'....Appointment.................Phone..................'.'.'.'

i DFCOBO'S i i on dwellings r Fire a Insurance Landscaping( l Marl and Top Soil : .. illciriOIl;S t:ESQ c, t &' r, 1 k:

. mere.entilebldgs.. by INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL. 6.50 PER YARD or 1.00 PER SACK: I : : BEAUTY SALON Mfcr EilfJ"Soulhernmosl : : .
house MARL HAU1ED.$5.00 for 4 YARDS J Will Ship to Any Part. House in U.S.A." { 'VriSl' :
.: .... *f La Coacaa>STREET:HotelPHONE ..: ..: hold and effects.personal Mutual Fire Insurance Co. :. Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very Reasonable : ,: of U.$. or Canada ,;. 1400 DuTal Street Telephone 1314; ..1,*. i3 :,. ,
Non-Assessable S Palacio Hair Tinting Halt cutting| .
All Policies Expert
Save 15ron ttCorective
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124 . WEECH P. nnalized P. f :
...................... MercantileStock /. L. ClusOei g t. Phone 674. G 0 rnurvE col i 4ui 9ouib StreetKEY : : F ao.atsStyling ,
: :........................:'.:.:i.i............... ..................._........................ .. WEST. FLORIDA ,. ExclasiTe. but Expensive.. *.. .. . \
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Phono 1013 Open Daily
r 122 Fleming St. R M.Daniels.Prop. : SalesAppraisalt Wares . 2
: : : 5 P.M. to 1.A.M.SERVING : :

: J liS talon Motor Scooters ,, liianers 4J ., .. Leases ,. : I- yr .t Beauty j ,
: Immediate DeliveryBICYCLE : COMPLETE
Sales and Service : ,,,
: Also A La Carte and San wicbe Rentals r z ta C I i
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S %T*"* Rental ServiceB ..-.-...........REASONABLE....OTHER........PRICES..COMPLETE................ Management : Southard 2
TAKE enu.Ilf Scats ; :............................................. Properties Improved; ia andVacant Key Weet : ; 521 Street SS
US Parking Flags : and Monroe Countf ; i Next to South2
: !NSURANCEG trnmost Beauty
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DAYTON; BICYCLES and : K eves t I Insurance Co.31S :: 5 919 ell Whitehead Fleming Street Street ., Most Phase ModernS of 2:
///ore/ fun' 44 :
+ STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL : SIMOHTOW STREET PHONE 1371 : Phones 124 and 738-R , Beautv-Culnae

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FOR SALE : ; ; Daily; between 9:30 AM.and 3:30 .. ..-
Four Entire House with ; /'- })JL ''Sa
Our Customer Mutt B. : : ; S P.14.-Appointments ar accepted C- '/io\: fr
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2 Satisfied ( J INLAID LINOLEUM.J I sniniAituSTRKKT : re'c4 ,
Space) 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE"l3SOi : TheSouthernmost : .I

: : i OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE :: or ASPHALT TILE : : Opposite_Bus_Station , School \a :

FOR .. S............. ... ,. ... .... ....A*..*. \\\\\V..... EXPERTLY INSTALLED PHONE NO 1 of f Beauty t Culture YA\r :

SALE j 'DRUM "BAR "and TELEl'llONE: 143. FOR ESTIMATE : 523 Southard Street \ /1 ::

West There number available with over 800 hours :
are a
Key ; : -TIIF-
: At. I f'rry : DEPARtMENT ; ; } of state: approved instruction: who know the latest .
R''fIlfmallft DIVISIONPACKAGE PHONE: 9112 : PoricrAllcnCompany phases in beauty cultureThese! student beauticians
S 2 925 :, under expert supervision of a licenced teacher of ;
IVirrPHONE ,, 2 "We Deliver" Floor. ( Covering C. beauty culture do good work at very low prices.. Al-
>> ()I 51 2 O Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town :, : : :. though appointments For Appointment are not required Stop at it U advisable. :: !

S, ADVERTISING Ask tor the :, :....Packaged..I.........Cowls...............................................................130.....DUVAL..............STREET......................KEY....WEST.......FLORir.........2 ::...................... ;.......523....SOUTHARD...........ST....,.or...PHONE.......537......f. .;

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i : Wurn You (: ; FANS !5CASH 00 to $4 900 May Clearance ,: OWBOY&SO i:

: : : JOHN R. WATSON. Manager
Food Shopping 1 : :. __ ;: or TEU31S) : : Regular $IZ.' Values S10.95 :

: Be Sum 10 Gel . ; The "ff.\h'l1 :. .:. l 1\IEN'S 1 \N'TS 1 Regular $10.35 Values $7.9 :. ; PHONE 503-R \

: "BIG, NAME. : : ladic5 (OAT: SUITS IIALF.I'IUCK::: : i

17O'tI3 II 0 U4t : Radio Repair , Liulics:::: ,Just' IIUGSSES drrired-r'1/ITS> ) Greatly DRESSES i; Reduced i'L LANDSCAPING I j

f e Servicet'litritla , for GRADUATION : Essential Beaulijicalion : t
ENRICHED BREAD I Table Cloths Sand I
: : Y .t! r "* in SOIl' / : ; Couch ApronsSilverware Covers .Linens .CurtalDS..Plastlc Radios Electric Irons Tree Surgery-Tree Removal 2,

T'". Foundation ,,/ Today, 0."' "Convenient Terms ArrcmgeIi ,
!Ii H+al Planning J Vr Al's sMuSlcCo. . HAMiLTON MERCANTILE CO.TELEPHONE Hauling-Marl-Sand-Soil Cubic &YardESTIMATES Rock ::.
: w. Han ; : 1512 ; Excavating
: HALJ lt rAJ\ALDO PKOMCXM S Tb. Latat 522 Southard Street ; WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Corner Angela St. : GLADLY GIVEN r

Key Wtt Acmt HIT PHONE: 1081 .. :. 707. .................................... .........................................1 4
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SATURDAY, MAY 29,' 1948 Onel J
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, I 5MORIAL SERVICES .1 i "Nev r Too Old for Church School" Japanese ChurchMen f'f Qi cbuted occupation towards troops the cost have of and Washington Church SUeets( ,

; While S- A\ery. p One giwtk '
Says Florida Title-holder Are Going tournay.I Yashiro. 'Vansda Rev. Melrose 35r .
I I bishops are

JITO BE OBSERVED NI . , To British Isles and Makita.Archbishop They we'eitd of Bibl. Class. 15:00 A>L UpeSk" a
"' '. the Men's :
..'. ,.-: .:. ''' .: :?:: Grbury.by who will be their Ladies' Bible Class. 10:03 AM. 28 Auxlha

: LONDON.-AP) Three Jananese -. Chinese. Maori, Singa- Girls S'
CHURCH -t I II bishop will be among the srr. African bishops also will heM' at rita
: I ,
11:00 .
I 823 delegates to the Lambeth' id the conference. "1'..II. r.
L1-p conference of Anglican bishopsthe ; -- Church: Senit-B i 3,.
first since 1930-when it convenes ; Speaker to beAn.nounesl In lb..

.The I Rev. Mr. Wells To Preach Special Sermon At \f. in July. They arc the fin't &! tI' I )tiflm.lwdl' It'- t!I

j Japanese churchmen to be grant- KeyVest

!. Service Tomorrow The Rev Mr.'\ I' ellw I.N tIc' 't"I
: / Morning) ; I 75O: P.M.. .
be! $
I' ; liiirch Fallowhip"Leader ;
I Lutheran Ytiuili leSSi545ik '
j at
AddressP.VSTOK ;
Nichols] In Farewell t !Ihby and Von Phister Streets I : RALPH PACE al

I Church Linliiy School 1O( A.M.: 1 a prf' <-'foIf"alunl

; OF FIRST HAITIST CHURCH LEAVING TUESDAY( !OK ALABAMA: ; 1215 PETRONIA STREET I !reIJJ" . . 11 ;\.*t. I\ Visitors. Tourists and WorshipCongregational Friend katie;: .

I .: THE: HEY. MR. HEll WILL .PREACH: AT KOTI! SERVICES: IN FLEMING I rriiion . . 7:."5 P. %I. I Are Invited to rdi a n. .'
Study. 7:45 P. H.WrTflME ,
STKKKT: ; Divine Services i I I IM" I _.'IRST-__
_UT" VUnnV ..--- I A-jerm( :
( -T ChurchWILLLM govl'rnn1
7:30 P. M.\ I p..I
: D.D.
"II ,. .Memorial Day will be observed at the First Methodist Church with a sermon by the pastor W. IL1FFE. until .,fIan

f the Rev. G. Leon Wells on "The Inclusive Loyalty" at the 10:50. o'clock! morning service and \ F. II. ZUCKER. Pastor I Acting Pi.stor STREET. ,.I....

at 8 p.m. with a sermon on "Just What Do We Want of Christ?' -POINCIANACOMMUN1TY- 517-527 WILLIAM Southard lie Fleming

It was announced by the Rev. Mr. Wells that this will be the last Sunday of the Conference Between R Jl 1
Year of the Methodist Church. The annual Conference will be held at White Temple. Miami. Lakeland Fla. Mrs. Emma I i Similar awards are being made in SchooL- 9:4S AM. ( 1i.
Drake. 90 next September, the oldest -I'other states in connection with the GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE Sunday
June 26. Methodist Sunday school attendant . . I Classes for All I)i.
The Rev. Brcnnie E. Nichols will preach his farewell sermon as pastor of the First Baptist to be nominated in a statewide I April-May "Crusade for Christ"stress ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCHDUCK John V. Archer. Supt.

: Church, at the evening worship hour. Sunday. ct 7:30 o'clock. His subject will be "Passing the inquiry is given recognitionby '! on the values and Importance Cor. Georgia and'Pefronia Sts. 11:00! A.J-.!.
denominational of adult attendance. 15TH ST.
Torch." At the his will be ." headquarters. Cordially Invites You AVE. and WORSHIPSermon
morning worship subject "Super-Souls. Mrs. Drake is a member of, the I I "Your life-long loyalty will Inspire MOKMNC I ;
"The Rev. Mr. Nichols and His 1 I family will leave Key Wes'. ,Pt- Sarah Polk Bible Class. First Meth- : To Worship Subject."The : Mon
for where he be cdist Church here. the 37.450 schools of our : SUNDAY SchooL SiS A-M. .. . Prayer A Pat'
Tuesday morning Tuscaloosa. Alabama. is to Sunday I' r ** cry
i B. Collins at tie; Key West Church In their effort to Interest t I. of the
The presentation of a copy ofSallman's 10:03! A.M.. Sunday School All Ages Lord"COC
Vorest ;
of the Lake Baptist Church of that city. CUes for of: th* ,
pastor i I j Church Christ. "God lisa Spokl'n"i Head of Christ" is made !,,older people" Mrs. Drake was told I KerCm W
.In leaving Key West the former pastor states that he has'! will be the subject he sell discuss in behalf of the church's publishing -!in an informal citation from the 0 (All Ages;) .1 S..ni..sViII HP Hflil \ (;: I'M.. Christian Eruleavpi **.
never found a finer group of people'to work with and has never I at the 7:45: services.' house by Jack F. Hollerbauglo,!, director of the department of Christian 11 I :(OO) ) Morning Worship" HalliUlSUAY 7:30 VM. Theb

teen a liner spirit of cooperation among the membership of Ihs j, Ramon Nieves will speak at the .' general church school supertnten-j i i Leo Rippy Education of Nashville.of Adults.Tenn.Dr. M. 7:30: () P.M., Evanpelfclir! i Community. 00( ,A.M: EVENINGiHShIhl'':" > thiMi -
church then he has found here. and he is going only because dent. \ Speaker: I! at 11 : Semv Sebjcct'C'ne I IIM"
11 a. m. service at the Glad Tid- . ,.
he eels he is led to this new field of work at a crucial period --- -- - ----- - C RAMON NIEVESof 'hi-iv\ Will Bf A Gip! -: Sii. HunlieU; Ways to ..t.
Tabernacle of theAsscmbly! ..
in Ihe life of the Alabama- [ ings Cuba In PictureSpeaker Help the Preacher"Wed. .,I I..

church. I!I of God tomorrow. At the 7:30: Las JT'(' For'f>f. . II; : ELIJAH SANDS .. p- -t manoy Alias Mesmerism and m. services Mr. Nievc-; willcoflilUCt I' I Pray r.Prak. .<.
The lev. J. II. Koid. pastor of. .'p. Tues., 7:30: p.m.. "Sweet Hour 7:30 p.m. ton" .
Hypnotism Denounced" will be I WELCOME Peples Ni9ht ""
Fleming Street Methodist Church the evangelistic svvices. cf Prayer" I THE PUBLIC IS Fri._7:33._ Youag
will Mx-upy the pulpit at both the subject to be discussed tomorrow i ;I Memorial' Services Sunday) Fri.. 7:30: p.m.. Christ's Arvilws-: - - ---.-- -

services tomorrow at 10:50 a. m. at II a. m. in the Christian The Rev. Melrose: S. Avery S'3hIrSPASTOR. J7 __ __.a......... I'MW,

torjif andat The Rev.7:30 the William First p. m. Congregational W. Iliffc. pas- i i.I also Science be a meeting Society.of the There society will i;i;I| pastor Church, of announced First today Presbyterian: that ai a I At Maine Plot In Cemetery I, Mrs. Ernestine Doan II.I .The'FIRST.a METHODIST S.....S C.C S.1.-C CHURCH---- - - .S .

Ourrh. will nreach a sermon en- ut 8 l p. m. Wednesday. !i speaker at .the morning sel viC('-;; I: S ,. ,

titled. The Intercessory" Prayer" Elijah Sands will preach at the I 1 to 11 a. m. tomorrow would IK* I To Honor All War Dead I G. LEON WELLS. PastorEulon S I P

at the worship tomorrow at 11 a. 11 a., in. services tomorrow in ;1 anounccd later. The Rev.. Mv : anil Sinioiiton lrc.t:4: ThJ'-
At the evening services at at Duck I ): ol M
m. / Poinciana Community Avery will not return to the Christian Science S
7:30 o'clock he will preach on. ell American dead will S prr-
: Avenue and 15th street. church until June 4 He is recuperating Memorial services honoring war .
One!' Hundred Ways to Help the afternoon at the Maine Plot I Serviet.cI ; f'''-..
'!0. Devine services will be held from a recent operation be held 5:00: o'clock tomorrow : Sunday S
Preacher. I Societyof S Ann.'
.The; Last Can Be Best" will' at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow in the !'; At 7:30: p. m. services at First City Cemetery. Participant: are requested to gather at the SUNDAY SCHOOLS Da.-
and Southard streets at 4:30 o'clock and I 9:45 A.M.. .
of Marqaret .
Church will be incharge corner Dabir.-;
Le'the title of the sermon to bedelivered Grace Lutheran Church with the 1 Presbyterian Key West All Ages and A Nur < ; for S It.JV
Fellowship the Maine Plot. Complete of the services : Classes for S
: : : of the Youth [ march to program Crr.irth ,
tomorrow at 11 a. m. Rev. F. H. Zucker, pastor. in 327 ELIZABETH STREET Mothers Dv n'(' to Attend i.T
: with Ralph Page as the leader. follow: i US \\.hIJo'e ,
by the Rev., Robert W. Weaver. charge. i Memorial Day) Wor-lup 5S
Memorial Church.At . i : 1 100: ( A.M.
Ley I
Tonight at 7:30 p. m. at the Sunday School. 9:30 A.M. Inc'usivD LOYollty.i h.IJM
7:30: p. m. he will talk on Youth for Christ Rally in the : COLORED CHURCH: INTRODUCTORY REMARKS: :Vance C. Stirrup. 10th District I Sunday Morning .ServicesAt I With Sermon on The :Youth Fellowship :

"Sacrifice." First Methodist Church the Rev. The Rev. Sigismund A. Laing.minist..r I Commander. American Lion.I i 7:00 P.M.. Meeting of Methodist WorshipSermon a <1..1.n.
The Rev. A. D. O'Briant. pas- 11 o'CIockSubject !:><'nm-: S .
tor .of the Poinciana Baptist': '' will Wayne be the Dan principal Geleran speaker.of Miami A Church, will of Trinity preach a SCI mon entitled .1 I OPENING SELECTION: Ncti&ial Anthem. 'Star Spangled : :: UUU1.) ( Theme. : "Just,What Do Wfi Want ei Ch..ist'rA S 10 b

Church will preach on "'Stephens ; special musical program will bea "The Pile of Stone". at the:'I Banner." Audience .ac o panied by Key West High Subject: "Ancient and Modern SS I lionSt" .
Death" at the worship at. feature of the Rally. 11 a. m. worship tomorrow. Mrs. School Band. under diretcn of Earl Dillon. :, Necromancy Alias Mesmerismand 5S
I 113.: m. tomorrow. At the 7:30: j : Edwards will be the guestspeaker Hynoiism. Denounced"Wednesday INVITATION TO SERVICEMEN-: MI'Tt
p. m. services' his subject will be\\ "If a Man Die, Shall he Live', Alice at the evening worship at. I INVOCATION: Chapter Cbcr ialn Troy H. Shuler. Disabled Evenings : : SPECIAL .6.........

"The Pressin: Question of the''' Again' ?"t"will t 0t be..Ulim''l the subject l--i of i '>..ae.ri.T1en 7-20 u.m. when a missionary; program t. I American Veterans, hcxjter No. 33. 1 _M.e hn! al .o'r..I..a..r..L: aateIt.55 S..5 55.- a SSSS 55555 55555 &SS chethu
Mind Ancient and Modern NecorDjniel -| at 11 a. m. by the Rev. William will be presented. SCRIPTURE: Mrs. John Soinder
-- -- ----- - -----.- -.--- - Foreign Wars Auxiliary Unit No. 3911. Iii, Fridav frcm 6 to 8 P.M. : COME-WORSHIP THE LORD WITH US : .1

!-SUNDAY' SCHOOL: LESSON? OF TilE WEEK Booth Carries On I SELECTION: Key West Higi School Band. ,i : SS ,n'tJur I 1 I

f Defining Life with a Purpose:, In Salvation ArmyLONDON. I MEMORIAL attorney.ADDRESS: W. Curry Harris assistant state j i Poinciana.. BaptistChurch i! FLEMING STREET:YE'SL[ ! CHURCH .

(AP).-Following! 1. United Spanish War Veerans. Camp No. 5. by Charles REV. J. B. REID. PastorS :

B1ROYL.SMITH in the family tradition Cadet Lunn. Post Comander; 2. \.F.W. Post No. 3911. by Oliver 17th and Eagle S S
life is
Much is being written in these days about what goingto grandson of of Arthur. Post Commander 9:15 .t.M.S
Booth great
No knows. for even the atomic Stuart J. Trombley. representative Tony Pastor's Phone: 1164-M : Church School .
be like in the atomic age. one and 3. V.F.W. Unit No. 391 1. by Mrs. John
who founded Auxiliary
of what William Booth ; O'BRIANT. Pastor :
..Scientists have. as yet. no more when than vague harnessed.glimpses But of one was the first general of the Salvation -1 Saunders. president; 4. DA.V.. Chapter No. 33. by Eric I I : CLASSES FOR : . I

atomic energy can accomplish Moral character will count Army. has been commissioned Curry. Commander; 5. Arhur Sawyer Post No. 28 Aux- Sunday School. 9:45 A.M. I IS Merrill Felton General Superintendent .J
thing we may be absolutely sure. like''' in the organizaticn. lie is iliary. American Legion. by Mrs. Paul E. Wimmenauer. I 11:00Subject : SS thln.
fashioned virtues .,
mote heavily than ever hones before.,.and old a son of Lt. Col. Sycliffc Booth, I president; 6. Arthur Sawyer Post No. 28. American Legion Worship! : Morning Worship 10:50)1.. : I

dependability loyalty. territci ial commander for by George A. Warren. Commander. ; : :
ty.,touraqe and sobriety will beat I| spires against the young man's France. and the grandson of I I "STEPHEN'S.EA T : Youth Fellowship. 6:30 P.M. : 1'4'

a preimum. life. Commercialized amusements General Bramwell Booth. the SALUTE TO THE DEAD: Fifing squad. Key \Vest Guard of 6:30: P.M.: Training Union : Song Service. 7:10 PM. : 0.AI

Youth Must Find A Way I I designed to attract revenues at army's second general. Honor. American Legion. i Evening Worship!! 7:30Subject : : 7:30 P.M.: SS: \':'
The burden of life in the atomic the box office, are indifferent to TAPS Brian Lloyd. I Ii : Evening Worship; S hi'I'
: Jackney an<
shoulders of moral and spiritual idealism. ; i __. _------
fall the __.
age is to on I ---
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those w" ho arc today's youth. and That thing goes which shows a. LOWERING OF FLAG CEREMONY: Key West Guard of Mind'
they will hato find a way to I good profit. Noise. daring speed. I Honor. American Legion. I the untuIulrnlllnInlllnltulnnlnunIlnnulllunInnhlmnnmuusnhIlmIn tnhluleHulnIurnunlnhtluuulu.IlurE & 'IIJ'
live amid titanic forces such a" thrills and adventure are all \1
generation has ever attemptedto glamorized by those who purvey i' I II BENEDICTION: Veterans of Foreign Wars. Post No. 3911. by : Public Cordially Invited -I Youth for Christ Rally I .:.
must choose I --
manage. It is not only tha' them. And youth I, DEXTER. Me.-Mr Mary S.Gamland Edward F. Huary.
they' mu..t control the energy amid fanfare and hubbub. I ,
that will break out ot the atom The Alcohol Problem of Dexter, recently observed -, I CLOSING SELECTION: "Aiierica". audience. accompaniedby I Director. PARKER MAHAN U.S.N. ..

but they must. control the socirl From one end of the nation to !i dress hzr 103rd she finished birthday.makings wearing -)II High School Band. LEY MEMORIAL l = TOMG1IT.; 7:3O: () (.'(<<:UUK.: \T

and political; forces that originatein the other leading citizens, sociologists i I the day a before. j ii -.--- -- -- -- -- ---.. --- -- CHURCH I qr qs
such enormous physical pow editors and educators are I Methodist ChurchCor. ::1; FIRST METHODIST
becoming genuinely concernedover :i' !I Graham bread was named afiei Monsy\ was first milled (stamped -
ers.This with alcoholism who did not Sts.
means that youth must the problems that arise from ,. Sylvester Graham. an America:I with raised borders and fluted Division and Georgia ll Corner EATON and SIMONTON STREETS

master themselves. The. atomic the use of alcoholic beverages.The : drink I'opynielii alcohol.n!'4* )>y th- InternaHon.it I lecuiter on food reform who recommended . : or grooved edges) t.> Dievent, ilv, The Church With WEAVER A Welcome Pastor DAN GELEREN i I
agt will be very' hard on those courts are cluttered with divorce I Coiinril .1 Ti..l igi.: ;"" IMni: bread made of unbolted , fraudulent removal of metal and l ROBERT W. ; i Speaker: REV. WAYNE
: : :. pi. t.-Btant 4- |I
wlto cannot discipline their owr I cases that originated in tion .ii i.-h.tlf f 40i wheat floui. 1 to protect coins from wear. ; OF MIAMI =
lI..rnW"II"nJ-I a
impulses.Vhims.. passions, andcapriceall I drinking parties and I
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these must be -- 9:45 A.M. Sunday School I SPEC1VL Ml SIC:

brought under a single disciplineif : i! sprees.Highway commissions and THEY'RE: CONSIDERED FOR I'RESRYTERIAN: MODERATOR{ ) { I Classes for All Ages I ACCORDIAN SOLO Rev. Bronnie Nichols :

Tile is to survive the' atomic Miss Miriam Carey Supt.I VOCAL SOLO Johnny Dixon. U.S.N.
safety councils are publishing an ---'-s""w"n. r- |
I ominous array of figures showing ts5 _Ji I 10:50(I : () A.M. 5erllloli'The OTHER SPECIALS

1 faced a somewhat simi the relation of alcohol to deaths: ; I Last Can Be Best" : | Organ. Marilyn Bennett Piano. Lorraine Nottage 5 5I

-nituation. He had been transplants -I on the highways. Hospitals and I !' '" .... .10..". .."., ",. n. =
:\ from one woild to another -,, sanitaria are giving out sobering ,::, I' i" 1 and had to find his way statistics on the subject or alcoholic 7O: P.M.: SerlIi4ii"SACRIFICE" ,
fatalies. By all agreement ."nlmnUllllUlmUllllml1mUIIIllIIIIIIUI1U1UllUl1mllll1l1mIIIU laIIIUUBIHHHIfiiIiBHiHIII..n

The Sunday School Lessonfor I the disease of alcoholism is onr . : '"i I'1.,i i.I, S' . .. I' .." ... j
30 "Daniel Stands health and social . ,,
May ; i of the major \\
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Convictions." Daniel u..i\ " I'" "
by His problems of the nation. .
1.abiiit j Alcoholism Can Be Prevented The First Baptist Church

1 I Enormous sums of money art
t in a pattern altogether being spent by public and private Corner BAHAMA and EATON StreetsHronnie.
Mranue to him. And he" solved agencies in the effort to find a
Presbyterian Church i H.: Nirhols PaMor
Trinity <<
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lilaproblem by entering a cure for cancer with little definite b .

Milemn agreement with himself I, results as yet. Other million, J .,.':"" ( ::::: .1 717 Simonton Street (Colored)
Ho. resolved that. come what may. J are being spent for the preventior 4 ..., Sigismund A. Laing. Minister
.. would defile himself. ; .
and eradication of tuberculosis -..
: _._ .. I 11:00 o'Clock SUNDAY SCHOOL. 9:45 AJL
Enemies of Youth Myriad be l . -
: are j But alcoholism can stamped .
.. .. eq., 7* :\ImerimiaigVor.hip II. E. Day, Supt.
It- is un.uf themysteries of i I out within a decade at absolutely; i_,_ :i .
lyle that we are required" to no cost whatever but with in : Subject: "The Pile of Stones"
make the most important decisions I finite social and economic gain:5 Sunday School ____ 3:30: P.M. I I (UiU1.: () Mornin;: \Yor:01ailJI
at the time when we to the nation. I "SUPER SOULS" by Paster
Youth Meeting 6 30 I
have the least judgment and ex- The formula is very simple 11 l 7:30 o'Clock Morning Worship Service Broadcast Over WKV.'F. 10:50 to ISO:
peiienc We have to choose our consists of a single prescript lI lii :Ii.: ::
life'. companion when we know which anyone can use inside hi! E''JlinVor'ohip! i BAPTIST TRAINING UNION. 6:30 P.M.
the least about what effect an ,own home without the. bt.'nef11lof iit A Missionary Program will bo Mrs. Elijah Sands, Director .

unsuitable companion can have any physician or medical insti \ ,I- 'p.m...,.'p presented-Guest Speaker: ..
on- life. We have to decide' on 'tution. Mrs. Alice Edwards 7:30: ) .". KM-IMIIJ: Worship

our life's woik just when we ) It can all be told in four simplI .. THEIR FRIENDS SAY THESE LEADERS are bt ing considered for election as moderator of the Tues.. 7:30: p m.. Paver Servio., "PASSING THE TORCH" by Pastor
know the least about the world I words: Do not drink alcohol. Ii General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States (Southern) at the 88th annual and Deacon's Business Meet

we' will work in. I t all the history of the race am I session in Atlanta. Ga. which began yesterday and continues through June 2. Left to right: Dr. I \Vi-d. 7:30: p.m.. Youth Meeting:
While making these decisions among all the nations of men James Ross McCain. president of Agnes Scott College in Decatur. Ga.: the Rev. William M Elliott. I Fri.. 7:30 p.m.. Choir Rehearsaland Wednesday. 7:30 P.M.. Prayer and Praise Service

*... are beset by an host of ene- J j there is no recorded case of an;; D.D.. of Dallas. Tex.. and Dr. W. T. Thompson. professor of religious. education at Union Theological : Boy Scouts' meeting I Friday. 7:30 P.M. Choir Practice

sat, every on., vt which con-I person who ever became:: infectel 11 I Seminary in Richmond. Va. I : I .- ------------
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;r On girl from Key Wnt' High i' r!.:......, I I

"jMtool will tie nfMM.nccd next .'" : # I
eve c k M a delrtat to Girl State "" -' J : il

n representing Ausilla Arthur '"W't't' Pnct ; I It i ,WHAT HAS THE PRICE OF FLORIDA EGGS j ,

Girls Stale thin year milt be' t ..,.
bead .| Florida Slats UnivenutyID It
Tallahassee, from June .14 to XYESTERDA
lac :
.In thnoe six day high school 'If IN COMMON WITH

Junior Inns all uvtor the state .
will ."* UP a rmnwturr Florida
grate government with officer, I. I
.1< Ja be arbctal a girl must haveat .
.least a "C" average in MtwolvAirk.
and lave htnonMratcdI I z. ; TRAFFIC VIOLA 110N51

prrfrmtcc' fur rltrkx publicIpejkini I$1t
or drlMtr She must he I.
t trader in whoa) group. !I. 114.1 If. k; % o I .
pliant and hate the will t.. nun e 4r ; !!
Pte' !t j
.After Instructions in the r Ii I I
Aawrican form or repreMHtatixethe : ; ( i: I II
10"1. de..locate will ,
(form paitim and prM-ticr opldiraolfirw i ;
anU1 of It... (iuU Suit : y
are rlnlelR'rI. 2 x I

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Cross: ,

Directors; I/\ '

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Monday, at 1 IMS in the Y M C, m lit.C .:h :: Ji.J. .. .c
A patio there will lie a merlin!: "' I m...

of the board of din-dor <.f the (;a': 'l INC READY) TO PICK TilE \\OIIIJ: ) . 9c 1"
Key Went Chapter. ArmrK-an ItcvtC.i !
stf I! \'rxt bred: the young gradual nj Key II'el Iliyli t z ar I"If'

.The meeting h.. turn .-.II.oct tielroo/. and tlnn? nlher tin1 country- ttrer it.;ill 1,pI

by Mrs.the Helen chairman E NcNed.Charles executive Taj'lor. I looking# In />rMifMf through tin' ,./ss///V//; ails ire I InrlraNlprra i iI ,.,

will for their opportunity in the icttrltlllinl ;
secretary report on the workof I 'f!
the organization during the : M, tlnnie trhtt liure riot a
past quarter. Special. guest will tl"Clrs. del ready/ r///.f/ / x r I t'lt.
a be MUM. Lrfiyt Me Wi hli. Ked Cnm !: career for ir

ButntitMin' expert from Atlanta -.---. -- . ----- --.- .- -.- ---- .111
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"'I,II' Auxiliarylloltls ..
r "n

Meeting; ;* Mwling For Kt'y i lie:1NI) n ]IONI.tY F !' .

e"p.rial1nT hr('lIi"..) ;
The La lios Auxiliary of V.P West Players :1 ". "
DfcLAyD, M:, 29-Jes.oi. Jane I I
W. Post 3011 held a meeting
Gibson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,.
Thursday, ntftht in the residence i iet i 1 The Key West Players ill holda H. A. GilJ n. 1401 Pine street I '. .
Un Edna Arthur. Members
.present were the Mesdame Van meeting Monday night anhI: Key West is among: the 149 frs I I
ena Sau rulers. Edith Whitney ':>., Born Theatre. It will be'precededby students graduating from Stetson !
Annie Walter on, Nell Haury. a hot dog roast at 6:00: pm. University DeLand, Monday. ::
Daisy Curry. Edna Arthur, Ldna Members! have been asked to no- Mav 31.Miss i > .
tify Mrs. Emily Goddard chair- Gibbon will rC'Ia !
R. Juhiwn Lena R PJo.A'man.'f'f' ,
\ C. Word and Colette ,. man of the entertainment committee bachelor of arts degree in Jour- o'I i
The Auxiliary i it if they plan to attend. nalism. During her four years at I| '
Yuung'I'I. Following the business meet- Stetson she has been actlIn
hold a dance: in mitl-June
This One for
Mrs. Daisy Curry was, ing, there will be a reading of student organizations. She was Thing, :
Tennesee William's new play, "A vice president of Honor, organization -
a delegate to represent the AuxilJary i 1 I
Streetcar Desire" which for girls of outstanding ,,
at the \'.F.W. encampmentto I, is currently '
be held at West Palm Beach a Broadway sucess. A note scholarship and leadership; presI-
from June' 12 through! the 15th.i I,, of interest to Key West folk is dent for two years of P> Kappa
that : Delta, debating club social chair-
Several members will accompany : Tennesre Williams wrote ;
Mrs Curry j I i this play while he was visiting in man of Kappa Pi, art fraternity; ,
1 Key west last wInter. Mr. Wit 'ana was: rrenrnan: :advisor! for two -a.-
The Auxiliary presented' acheck
Ut Commander Tony Arthur Hams attended several of the years
Pla>'ers' meetings while> hcie ,
as a contribution towardsthe COMMENCEMENT( -
election of the partlcontfriM ''
.ted building of' the V.F.WIM Miss; Winkle Weds (Continued From Page One) ,
Elizabeth street Patricia Russell Audrey Louise
The members of the Auxiliary Manuel M. Lopez: Robe.rtson.
will hold their next meeting on Evelyn Marie Skelton Ruth
June 10. in the residence of Mrs '!i' Miss Edith W Winkle and Antonica Smith, Mary Louise
l Daisy Curry. Manuel M Lopez were married 1 Spencer, Betty Jo Taylor. Gladys
( by County Judge Raymond Lordon T. Trudeau. Concepcion Rns Va- i
May 20 in the home of Mr. rela. Martha Curry Walkm Barbara : ,
Legion; Auxiliary i ; I and Mrs. Jack Saunders onStaples Lois Wmkler I
i Mrs. Velma
avenue. Hagler. '
William Victor Alburv. Jr
.1I"II.u...' EveningRegular ; |I! sister of the bride was matron Louis Argueria Dan Eralsa E->
of honor. Evelio Ruitlj was
njeeting of the Amen best man. nett. Thomas Villamssnes n-I
Legion Auxiliary vaheld! at neit Daniel Adolfo Boza
The bride was dressed in anI
the Put Home" Stow'k Inland last Aqua suit with white accessories Livingston Bix)wn. Robert

night Butane of the evening include 'I i i I i She matron w ore of a carnation honor wore corsage.Bemberg The Brown. HordCiol Frederick!. Castillo Francis, Jr.. Mr Bryant ?t--I For i local() news is not confined( alone to (those columns( of the paper) which) ,

land Cotes. Jr. Brooks H'rnckCathty
I ed installation of Mis KathlmeDavu .
Sheet with a gardenia corsage. I
as .rINlnl-at..o\r"1A.. Mrs. The bridal couple received many :: Billy D. Clifton. Josephi

Anna...anl.al-Anna Shannahon. by assistant the presidentMrs M-I- wedding Mr &presents Mrsr. Lopez. went to I i i Edward Ramon CruS Delgado{)('. Arthur C. (deal.! with court fines, and( firse, weddings( and( sports) events. In the advertisements

Tesie Wimmenauer Miami tor their honeymoon Evans Berlin Eveiette Felion Jr..
A detailed. account of, events at Guests were: Mrs. Velmatfaglt.r Joseph Francis Flsitas Call
the recent state convention, held. and Donald Mr. & Emtrson Fold]. Jr.. Jiraldo Hen !hull laiiih .is of
son. ; of local merchants the of-
t thups.
) price .ur cr. .or ) .
in Panama Cit>. was given by Mrs Ev'xiho Rueda; Mrs. George riqutz. N. Leo Hicks! Jr., William eggs.
Miss GirtnaMi1rm who was a Barber: Miss Lenora Lopez; :Mrs Martin Holmbenj Jr.. Robert
delegate to this omvcntionAuxiliary Hilda Corner<< ; Mr. & Mrs. Arthur harry Johnson Louis M. Lowe.
.pUn w.'ie oniiplttrd Judge: Miss Ray Winkle; Mr. & Jam- Canfitld Me:.x. timely importance: :and interest to the shopping() housewife,
for then patt in the memurul Mrs Newell Pined; Mr' & Mrs Jack McCoy Joseph Earl MeCullough .
**y program Members are requested Robes Braun; Mr. Mrs. Jack Robert Allen Millar.
to meet ul lite Harm I Saunders<< : Tony Martinez; Bobby Andre: RoU.it Mumfoid, Louis
S-h .i4. Sumlay aU.-....-." at 4'30 Ilraun and Judge Raymond Lord Pin(..'a. Huhurn Hamilton Rui>- i
T M eats. Jr.. Charles. Albert Rtxlngue -
Seeks 1); <
IT'IIII1",1;/ I A petition seeking t40rceI a divorce |I i 1|i Fin Benjamin.'st Sawyer.G. Saunders Benjamin Jr., A.II. And( (to oIlIer readers-where and what[ (to Iwy, a sale of mC3!'S sport shoes

wa! filed yesterday in the officeof ,' Stiibncr. William Edward Stewart -
..111"'III; ; Toiltiy: : Circuit Court Clerk floss C. 'i i Thomas Gal I<<<.v Sweet ti ig. X
\Vmncn' Club Sawyer by Marian Elaine RilxlSaurr (:1 Wade Charles Ste
The Key' West Richard A.
U tioklmg a bird, meeting. in the i agani t Oliver Henry ,: phi nson Walker. Braxion Bragg!: _or e): -gallrie: nylons langihle: ) merchandise (and( services. ( available: l .:all this is

home of Mix ice (;.......111. 417! SOl''<'r. Warren: II. and IlimilU! N
I Unll..t! | street. this. altcrrnion Tea I 'I: Williams
will l I.e --v..d.l i I APPRECIATION -- ---- local
The next meeting: will lie twlcl The family' !Mrs Mary- E. !I LADIES: READ THIS! j ( :. neus.So( .

Tuesday! aft. .-..hf..n. Juno 1. at I Wells w i.-sl' to thank the friends : ,. I I1'nnantwl
330 oVIock! A M......1011 l speaker l vi Im liaiTil in our Ijer:?avemer.:: fa..... hair:n"' ''ro'I tu,'''.t, d\\ ,.in.tr.thIlair :. '. I Ifroom I
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from Miami ha been turttl t.i and sent floral of ft'i ings. telegrams H..m""'"" K m n r. th r..1hllr
..I...,.. ...n.1 !...Ioo" III, ,.1." lIr. ,
speak on tropical rardcnmjtHIM and card Especially do'' fa. ... 11..1'.1.-1..1.: .. l..ln v..11
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we thank the Walter Mickens I IJ an.l n. .lh. \ n in I I -: VI n \ ,
I m >tl\ r< lun'I.' |
\lnIlIU'S: : i; J l'u:+t VcUrans of Foreign Wars prt i.ark I : :iff'r thiril j;>nli.: itionriih i no j '
and :Mrs Florida Carey. and the:: 'e"| li .ni'-k. t i. i'ri.r f: t a IM vl- . . .when I read( your CITIZEN today [01IIcrs of Key West, also
: : : you
t r. s. .I'ouci: : supervisor and workmen of ihManne .. : '|,,,i,{I ,: ?I\\ht-r. ;:: in I'l I S. rid i

COPr HAGEN.-. The Railway No 1. U. S. Naval ,' EEAUTYCRAFT PRODUCTS ,,I''

American friendly in polictman the street,>he kind knows and .I< Submarine hall never Base WELLS lx forgotten Your;; kindne I 1'. ..'..(;DEPT.,\"or.!I' I.11: I I'.i KID.'.11'( )< .ffl. . read its advertising( fnhul1 liS. Read t llieii: (carefully: :and t then buy locally.I ( :, .

how to fight and shoot but his HERBERT I ,
Danish police I Husband.;
spurting is
Martin NielM-n J -Ounc ROBERT: A. MUNNINGSBro'hr Orug ;
rays after visiting! the United, : AUTOMOBILEWe Stcr
ROKER. i i
Stale especially reI!I Irarriing Niece: fill all prescriptions when ,I
Many thing
FLORIDCARTWRIOilT. your old car starts giving you>>
traffn might Inu n1 in :
Dtnmaik. the inspector say>5. Hrwar Grand Nucenav2 ; trouble. line c' I 'I The West Citizen
We complete ,
parking especially meters.The impl"f'C1lt..1' by :!* Itx Brake Parts.carry Ignition.a Gas Fittings. Key

I Spark Plugs. Fan Belts. i i /

third) molars arc called, Your Grocer SELLS That Good' AT YOUR SERVICE . ,I '
wisdom teeth U-cauv normally DAY OR NIGHT
they. are not cut until a person i bI'' STAR BRAND, PHONE 1178ANEandSHINE l (tJ

between I 18 and 25 old I
and CUBAN I J I !

Citizen.Read the Classified Ads in The i' -Tr( A Pound Today,-' -1502 BERTHA STREET l..(A "''''\t'' """",.," '1''' -'''\. '' ..A&1 ''' ''"''''''''.. -" ,''''-.1 r



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I BOTH ENDS OF SOFl' ALL! Allilclics] ( Downed)) ; Yankees, a. MEMORIAL, DAY -AUTOMOBILE,- RACERS. I I How They Stand i t if


/ TWIN BILL LAST NIGHT AT Retain League. Leadership. I I''I Major liael AMERICAN all Ix-aguea YOURnous

I I *(::1.1\: KI.A.M: UEF1,1't'E1): I i| Club- W. I.. Pet ? y a

PARK) ENDED IN SHUTOUTSAilaius I Philadelphia :24 10 ..697I I

I.I'OWKKFUL{ riTCHKK(: :I II { WHITE SOX. 2-0(,; GVKDIIS'AI.S ; I I I I! Cleveland 20 9 .690

Sa New York 18 13 .594 needs PAINTING...
I I Ailaius Dairy lUanke.1 USS tt r I .. ) ; AM!U IMRVTKSIK 1 Detroit 17 18 ..481St. ,

e I Louis 14.15 .4.::G
J 1 Uiaitlirlcvr. I I1 M O), In l hi : Recreation: MNKIW; TIE; Washington 14 19! .42*

AmiTw Ilk': ..(;. .' Cily ,,.. -..!... *.. -lnlrrf frr..* I ,i Boston 13 19 .406 I
CIIII'; '', .uP" 7 23233 .
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NEVYojtK: May 2-!l- Mula Chicago USE

: t 1'fRrtl,,. 1I""I.ill<
L : pate in the Ani'ritan I.cl: -; I NATIONAL DataTa
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) ,1I1i'1I fl."lhl"llf."I'r Jot
tC'1 Clufi' W. L. Pct
downed the New-YCI:k .. ; .' -
i II lk>),irw Park I lt niehlnd .l ) 6-3. in last night's St. Louis 20 t 10 I .W7 I
game.Cleveland II
in fltutouU for thr l.*.inc& teams/: Bayriew Park. NightGam" i heat the I I New York |17 13 .567 I
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Friday 18 16 ;.329Boston
In the first Adams Dairy '"n.| :; Monday through t Philadelphia
cxe pt Wednesday night r White Sox. 2-0; the Washington . .1615 I; .516
ChantNUer II 0 I'
thrr ; Senators defeated the IViFton Ked f Pittsburgh 1615 .516 11

and In the ......._1 the F.lks ('Iuh' JUNIOR) { SOFTBALL( ,.: Sox. 2-1. y.l bile th.e' St. Ioui.Browns I P.moklyn 1119 .424 11l
Hitfil fk-rValnl l *tin- Naval 1 !II!'.- B.,. *w Park. Afternoonand won over the Detroit Tij j! F Chicago 13111 419
13 21 .332
I piUl 30. Morning>> gers, 5-1. j I Cincinnati .
The tifictKr<< wa exhibition: Dad_ piny. In the National League all i'

affair. MaMhc-w. |Iit.hc\1 Irn.l: i 1. night; names:: St. Luis CatUmaN | s Softball Lt-&UUt,
I 1..11|| for Ihr |"_ius C: Sailor:; Nit TKMMSBayview f tied with the Pittsburgh; Pirates, I,
was *ild. !Iic *ll$ .tti.l only four Park. Afternoonand Class "A"Chab
I: hit but walked seven and' let Night Y 1-1. and then the game:: wa"s postpones I w. L. I'dt. I Ie
I "Iv.we with sewn "wild pilch?*. Daily piay. Phillies! by beat rain. The the Philadelphia New York /.t y'"" y..F 6j Bob's Spurt Shop 9!J 0 1.)0' i HOME

I Ikn tcra.n loik-d t>n the mound Giants. 6-3: Brooklyn Dodgers j Vets 0' Foreign:;: Wars 4 5 '"H a
f j
I the. last frame for the Sailors. lie SKATING Adams Dairy 2 5 .236Subiton
tool the Boston Braves 7-5. while
i fair up j'4'l one ,hit. Howcvrr"" aLase Bayyiew Park. Night .a 4 2 7 2'2 I
the ChlC'It.'ubs the
/:: won over I t I APPLIANCE
en balk passi-d ball and FRIDAY Cincinnati Reds. 10-8 YF .4 Class "B" i

I me error gave the Dairymen four: 7:00: to 9:00: P.M. li\w: "_., ---A NATIONAL LEAGUE I Club- W. L. Pet. :
ran*. i Elks Club 6 I ,f.'j7Kanttr
I I'' 1.1 t' !'h..I,1 Night Game f I'HOMv) II
Turner. a newcomer' to lh- BASEBALLMunicipal ((6 Innirss Postponed. Rain) Men Shop 4 J .671 l i COS Simonton Skeet
Adam ,,,,UIL "a* nn the mound LEAGUE SCOUTS :
Stadium. Afternoon MAJOR are : n. IL E. I Naval) Hospital 3 4 .123 KEY WESTGRADUATION
the full lie allowed only \Vtrepb'o.HERE )
game. SUNDAY- expected to beat a path to the St. Louis -I 3 0 VX-I. Flyers 16 143
four hit. 130 ARE FOUR OF THE DRIVERS who will take part in the -
door of Hugh HabclUfs (above) Pittsburgh .
First; Game-Pirates vs. Navy J ARONOVITZ---
the victors Hicxinbotham
Rite O termuc1cr annual 500-mile Memorial Day automobile the
when the 19-year-old sensational Brechecn and : race Monday on
|....... two ..,..1,. and Villarral. Club. I
and Klultz. Indianapolis speedway. Top, left to right: Bill Holland of Road
I Walker and Valdez hit one each Second Game-Pirates: vs. Key right-handed pitcher grad i
f ing. Pa. and Charles VanAcker of South Bend. Ind. Bottem
West! Clowns. uated from high school at
fur the other three safeties garnered
I by the Dairymen. Army Barracks. Afternoon Th maston. Ga. June 1. In one Night Game R. II. E. left to right: Rex Mays of'Glendale.. Calif, and George Connorcf i

1 I In the'field." . 'bllE..t."IUafTa1.. SUNDAY nine-inning game this springh 61.4 1 Los Angeles. I
I Walker and. Valdcr were the best 1:15: --Section: Base vs. Ramb fanned 28 men. The extra Philadelphia York 3 ;C 2 -- - -- -'-- -- f

for the winner SItu"".....*. Nevr- lers. batter' resulted from failure cf I New Leonard and Seminick-. Jansen Embrvc, Hillcr! and Bcrra. |I ly; p.cncU".: and TcLbe li.. I I.
win" and Matthew fur the 1 lower 3:30-Adams Dairyvs.. the catcher to hold on to the Jones Hanson and Wcstrum. 1 1- f

Ke.rei R. II. E. Bombers. third strike on the 27th batter. I I Night Game I;1I Night Game : i
Adam 00b34--l1: : 5 1 II I Night Gems 1:. II. E.j!! r.. JL E.: i ,
I C..nl..lftr. ono oon ft- 0 4 4 only Hospital runners to reach as P. IL EBn I ,
Cleveland :261ChicjiRo :
I Turner and VilUm!: Mat far as second base. I They Couldn'tWin .oklyn 715 :2 0 5 2''.St.Detroit.Louis 5 473I 10 0 I III \

I thewc. ill;neraa.n <"> and I-ir- In the field.chances Zimmerman for the Hos-accepted Boston 5 !9 J 1 Black. Christopher and liegan; I.I Sanford.; 'Bisean, and Moss; : Ii I II I II A

I 1>> gent eight; This Debate Hatten Taylor. Ramdell; : and Hayncs and Weigcl. 1 lout torn an' and Swift. I I
I Thn.hae hit: Villarral: two- pitalmcn without an ern>r. Paul- hedges Sin i Hocuc, Prender- I I i
lwe hil: Fonte: stolen I Lases: Abt M>n and Murray made some very Barrett and Masi. I II
..n. Henderson: jMCiifk-r hits: =" .d catches in the field. For I.ONDON.-AP( ) Tlv roots gast : I Night Game II{a aIi. The Ilev. Dr. (William) i

I I Maleral.' Turner; haws on Mils: the winners.. P;7o. Solomon. Henriqucz I >hire county public a* istancr Night Game j jR. I, II. El|' man Ncvils. president of cOh"1 i
off Matthew",, 7. off Turner 4. offiknderw.n and Girfft-n played a very' eornmittedebated Ion before II. K I W.ishington 271 sine "America." former
I is "truce: Mat|: bv Matthew good: game.: I' deciding not to appropriate. S104J5) Chicago 1016) O.| Boston 190 fir (.C.eoiectoM-n_ Umv'i-sity.; bun: I I I
t C by Turner 4. bv llrndcrnn Pa70 poled two singles; to lead in football pool winnings of six Cincinnati 8113: Scarborough Fcrrick and Eari; in Philadelphia 70 years ago. I

i I "" 1; hits: off Matthews 4 for 7 the hitters. indigent inmates in a public in Chipman Rush. Doin-rnic and, -- - --, -- --- -- I I
I run in; B innins!*: d mhli. play: Scoie: C. II. E I stitution. Then they found that Schcffing; Vanderincer and 'APPEIROUTH'S'The i
F.*iU to Andrw ;time of game: Hospital!': Win into 0-0 3 0 the money had been spent, anyway i
I 1.10. ; Elks 200 ((101 0 3 5 1 I' Laln-j t I .
Martin and Shadlcy: Jut Le\vL=; : AMERICAN LEAGUE ,; Store OE Fashion'i i
J<*> Ix-wi howl l his .....tkln lat night liS the Elks;I Two-base-: nodrifi'icz': : >;:tolen Breaks Precedent R.WF. I ..
t 'Ooh shutout' the Naval Hoypital t bases: none: double plsv! : Grif- Philadelphia 690 :
rrepare t COME and SEEThe
in I he nightcap. He had the Orderlies fen to Anc'ieira! : left on bases: GALETON. Pa. Clara May New York 3 i i1 2 I j New Styles in :
breaking their hack trying -;i i HosDital 4. Elk 3: bases on balls: Swan is the first baby to be bornin Brissie. Potter and Franks: I for a Beautifully Cool ...I
to hit hit IaIWlie alktwedj J j j off Lewis 2. off Marttn 2; :stnich this eoinuntty in two years. j Cool II
only three hits and two of themj I I I tout: bv Martin 1. by Lewi; 7: No. the stork has not neglected 1 . . .CIID. a ,' Summer rl' BEMHKRCSHEERS{ ;
came in the very first'inning. The I Is! time of game: 1.00: umpires: Vil- Galelon, but the town has no ', STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE I by -" ) I GIFTS
other was recorded in the sixth.I larval and M. Tyncs; sei>ror: hospital and expectant moth..rs' TRIUMPH : :P : I t
I have been going to nearby townsto I Visiting; Our ..
the i
Hick and Zimmerman were guiJar.I. '- : fo" i! and Him
.. have their babies. Mrs. Bennie COFFEE I RelldytoWear 4.; forfer for
C. Swan decided to break a MILL : i
) i l precedent and have her baby !7 t tat . / ; I

Baseball: ; Doubleheader right at home.Subscribe All trrarPrtr i!i I P Department ... \ f, i I FOR HER- I

I. I to The Citizen. j . . . .a..q YJ I Dainty Lace-Trimmed' Panties in Pastel 1 Shades. Nylon and

! .. i Net Panties in While and AH Shades. Hip Petticoats Late-
Al Stadium .
.t City : Sunday .. I Trimmed Gorgeous Satin and Crepe Nightgowns. Neghge-

As One Model to Another. .. i and Gown Sets. Tailored Pajamas in Colten and Silk made

I 't. .J9 ralt"t cud Nay) NinIn r . I and tailored by Tommies". Rayon Sleeping and Lounging

Oj. riirr; llur' tad. "Pimlr Island i LeagueIn P 1.1 fs .. I Pajamas in 2-Tone Combinations. Beautiful Lco-Trimmed
.. f Slips. Striped Rayon Gown; in Tcarose and ?')nI

loiiliiuic: Kuril InMglilrni .... I Blue Sizes :02; to 42 PRICED ...
r 1 Douhlchcadcr}
I ...
.. 1 f
| I .. fI
Al Field
A d IfMible h -.I'r of IMIJC i iI Army. r All Strles sP I i . BAGS . Hand-Painted SCARFS and Many Other
i 'bull will Upluyrd at the M.inn-i- 1 '. i iP in :
I '.pal KtiMlium Sunday aft'IfW"n.I I The. Island City 11.cIJaU Sizes : i PRACTICAL GIFTS.
.. i
In the Opening| uann-. Pirates i iJ League iia, MhciJulttJ a doubleheader n. I
t Sunday\ at the Army Bar P e I e J
mill roam lads "with" M strong: .. !
J rat a..,*. The oixnm-4 game:; will get i FOR HIMHandRolled i
pitketl Nav) tone This C.MIHwill
k a
under way at 1:30: p. m. P st' & lt'M ( ii i iI
t_ Banke.uglit" and will have in j I I Tiie first game will be between 1. \ 3'I It Fine LINEN ANDKEHCHIEFS . Pure
every In the play .. the Sub-Ri 4 and Kambltv. .. I Silk Printed TIES . Holeproof SOCKS . Hkkek: BELTS ,
Night C ,p. Key West ,
tk "wn" mill pljy the Pnatt%. Batteries for: Sub-H'.m 4. Greenwood LI1M t ,t :.I I . TIE CLASPS. TIE PINS and WALLETS . SPORT
110.... rlub hair .o and Secory. Ramblcn- Joet : I Ic I
JirncllH-ned: to .Cash:" Jr. and Ennigney. I Pr. :. : SHIRTS . BEDROOM SLIPPERS . Silk and Cotton

(inert"..ru eMil till tUr hdvc none Sun'Jjy.uti..r than The' The Sword game the Adams" i gw K II III I PAJAMAS . LOUNGING ROBES . REACH ROBES..
Jo&lrv'In coos; hat< with the i I I
A ri !
Thotna' the Spwd-Kms from the i I
Atomic I Bombers. Batteries Adam ;, ) ..I.II I !
U. 8. S. N. .. in the box. Fansknuw I
mhat Ite ran du. Lat Sunday ; Dairy Villareal and Griffin.. i i 1! Sl'1/.1/.:: .sI'/;.1(1.( :"
Atomic Bomber Has and Roberts.Attcnddnl'C
w.hen he relieved Dean, beheld .' .. t I
at last Sunda 5 j I I New Shipment ofSUNBACK
the Miami& Eagles: without
which was the inauguration ->
a sore thela t four frames I game LADIES'FOl.INDATIO.N .. !. I
of the league was greater I : .
liehiml. the. caUber'* mask andrhet : than anticipated. Axd ( : !I I DRESSES I
pnrfertor' will tn Mrlnlock.Brvwn I
,. a.n f\IOIE\TS I
will br at fir L Gallagher I -

*a'Gusrtimsth.t.host mvnd.. tltihuiiy at *third ith Den.tflu. rid ALBURY and SON Ser.ieel Neon'; P A-Complete All Sizes Stock by ;= I'I i: and(! PINAFORES() i;

11wl I IUrdrnft. f We Specialize in All .. !
: AUe or Ilirhaniaon in *i' ; 'S t JANTZEN
(: L. and l\ Nutler. and; Kinds of Neon Signs 1101E1. 'F pit, _MADAME GRACE ; : )i Si/.r* I
...... ..... and Lighting Stripping 6-18 3I FORMS $ 95
H will be MAIDEN
Cuhy in I. ,,.1'.a..li.. \\ltlo .._, =ii i t2Ili 20Ladies' . 4
)fnr the. Pn.le* the old .Undby ..... .. t I,
h., \t NI I.\
Jut N. ..,.., "will catchLJwtrr I
"% .a (.f.t/. III ran/r'
ta: la are !I''Ie" :\ 3;
will .br in the "box withVllUrr i ,

.. Navarro l Acetxiu.for infield Jim Allmryand duty: 'I It I ?k 'i i Cotton Dresses From S348 i., New Summer Dress Shoes I

:. Ciriffm "will" be in rrx-rvc lot .). s : i i

.the M.lflrU tttlciirr duty from and Cuba XI.in t Stt.-hez.1 reverie I BROADWAYCIGAR --=-.- '- > THEY ARE COOL and LOVELY : ii i and Casual Sandals i

I Sandy wa vrkxted. un the Cuban S Prepare For A Delightfully Cool Summer-Visit Our Beach i I LIGHT and PASTEL SHADES iI i
STORE Lovely mode! Marg Heth, of Detroit, proudly displaysthe
AII-MiMteur tars in and :
pUyrdin Wear Section and See the New Line. I
r..ma.C'nN.iM-la. and PIN to new 48 Model "J" Whizzer Bike Motor. Despite @II'I w t Z t11
Swim Suits
cf Beach and by :
: Togs : I
Rim lie ...... all hi. fcame* hrpUeU (ill) luul Slroc-l higher material costs and many new advancements, the .. PETEUSSIIOKS for <.llll.l>nK\: .... I
with the Cuban "Au club '
of the
price 48 Whizzer has not been increased which

the.In Cuba(Havana and had Cuban a tryout"last year.Thb "with" . COMPLETEBASEBALL puts it in a rather unique position these days. Features : K\TK-I 1 SPECIAL: : EXTRA. SPECIIL: FREEMAnnd. .'1 \-.,' flf sil MIOt for .il' t.n I I

year br wa civt-n a run- include horsepower: r. 4-cycle design; Twist-Grip c I I
Uart to play m Elmira but he controls; steel-cable: notched V-belt drive; famed Whizzer : Odds and Ends and Broken Sizes i
.has 'been' seek inrc Marrh an1tvukl SCORES i MEN'S DEPARTMENTCHAS. Sport CHATS .
not BU. He u recuperating'i economy of 125 miles per gallon. E: I | + Assorted Styles and Colors $IQO j i i I Sport SHIRTS ia"
Cool Mesh
Materials .
and will now set In shape. Next |l Authorized Key West SALES and SERVICE DEALERfor bHUfcb . New Summer LlohtwelfJht
'' lOfR (,;11011PAIR; i SUITS
mwtth he U gtantf to report to'hk POPULAR BRANDS of the WHIZZER Bike Motor : 3 i and Large Selection of 1'ROUSERS
rlub is !I
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i Cigars and Cold : ;
The termSiamese twin"" was ,, OVERSEAS CYCLE STORE i
fiirt applied to Chang and F.nc.I I LROUTH'S I ARONOVITZ
Hned twin"" burn in lilt at 1llk'i Soft Drinks 920 Division Sirs.rl Telephone) ) 13150 : i S10RE I

1..Itg. SMHA.. I I .. -,- --..., -- .- .. -- -- I Key We at's Largest: Store



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