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 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: June 1, 1948
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[<1958-1995>]
daily[ former <1908-1909>]
daily (except sunday)[ former <1912-1949>]
daily
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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 )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I I I Key most West equable Florida climate has in the the -f K ., .. t Qiti.! !.'( . ,, ,':.', ,_ Associated Features and Press Photo Day-I./ ,


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I range oi only 14" Fahrenheit Best Interests ol Key Wc-J

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J i uir: ACTIMTIKS 1 IN. Sf.x-'rellr-Olll 1 *IIT: (;HOI: ) i l' I is K\iKf.Ti-n: :<(< : ) TnCT( i IN I t'uli;


;I KKY: \VKST11KA: i iOn ; Girl Pianist In I OF "llTIIHU; ; ;\(; oi KSTIONP.KFOKK (

I JI' \ FlyersIn
I the tryst f.r June the Naval Moxarl Theme 14I ) (:..TrsT1:H

! lilt at Key West undergoes ecr- 1

II lain chances. in its composition. i iThe Mrs. William W. 'JemnitLwid ( 4 Raids OnTransjordan There will be meetings tonight of the City Ccrarnmton ann: 01,

i commander. Naval) County Commission. during .which approval of the proposal! to p '
Iia.se.
\ W' of ..CaptainDemwitt..
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I'I Captain ( C. Aclcll. USN. has as- hss received i the question of legalized gambling on the ballots Friday i* expect
wrlwd the title ..f a Task Force',I' a newspaper clipping When the City Commission meets. Commissioner Louis Cart

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The |."rJfJ-
give: ht- Naval Rase rommanler. dentistry in La Canada. California ARABS INFURIATED: JEWS gambling situation on Fridays ballots.

military command over all f i iP about her six-year.etd j The City O rnmi> ion 15 expected: in act fav.,raM> Tl, '

-T 1 M-tivitic located' in the Key J grandchild. ChrUtlntf Demerit RAIDS MADE AS REPRISALSFOR i n'1.ntrwT lams. C: rK>nll i- expected to tic .PfIt..m t a r..
I who. as a pianist participated
UV.il: .n.... | 1 nr i in tall the .. ...
I' in a musical recital in that city.Christine's TEL AVIV BOMBING oni upon C'"intv Commission and ask .1.I II If '
The U. S. Naval
Subnuirinilittf -
election was f.place this matter u. ii "M
hu I./rn l mlcMSliatcd: thr ASSAULTS
classical and the newspaper the %-otcr
1 U. S. Naval l Station under a rum- I used 'r "'IT:'I'SI :
said about ber pla'in9Pa"ticu1nly : t .. ... ... .
; Tfc. t ) Pr
... iit 4 At "
tontcfaf.s '
mantling t.ffwt-r. wlw) at pn cnf' I It iiiiHHM. ftfrommivUnn >
. ccmapendablew : I.ONDO!;:. Jtin.. .... .
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( ...,..Ir. C'.rl .\. Johnson USN i the I .I I ri'm.e la of Mozart
playing
It l Ic r-..f-trfl llwii rata| ', Jo> ph> I IA 1 theme by s x-ye r-o4!a Christ AN UNDETERMINED NUMBER OF PERSONS were drowned a!* dike on railroad embankment ,,1-'".-.< "'..dO'l thnf lani. .lid..S on. I Civic Imprw\-cinrtit \, "

i I Karrrll. .I" .. ll.SN. will arrive' j I hIP Demeritt. who .has studied (upper center) breaks. allowing tens ef water lr engulf the war-tuilt housing center oi Yanpo't Ton, j".rdan. killing: I 12: f Iw-'I'nn x- ill make. i- wiismrr,' Ut-

in KVt i dorm; Ida second !I only six months.r.I"'I'.** near Portland. Ore.. Sunday. Hundred men. women and children wcr :.w pl off their feet as ...wt l injuring;: 31 ')nt. fiver p.i .'._.- ..111<:'00_Ill ... thr ntatotdnanres i. ,,
WfV; in Junean*I Hill av-Miiw the water burst unexpectedly into the west edge oi the =sprawi.ng .rl!
..... .. commurlty. over the area three luiu.im! whwh >
i- .. .... f tie Naval Station, '>nJitnr 1 w i

I "f..lr. .I.""' -'''' h i ari-j+ >.li. >.plw'I| i |11 lumtiis. MX .rf wlurlAitri liquor \-rndifs; c,taM I i2 '

In: c.tim.nn.liii: ttffwcr until j jl"ai .olww-dinate activities: U. S. N ra- J .ne iiwervlian'. I\n..II"'I' flee: : : f1f".Its." .

.1, .l. t'arrrll I io.ijmc'* fornrvljftMt.tiu.rMl I rr ,liftnal IPn'l"pnt St>ti'.n- .FLOOD. \\VTF.KS{ SI'LIMKK: HOI(( ) S|E> \. ( .m I E'f1U; . :: 1.1..1 a British tirr..IJ. The asMioatioii w ,, 11.1

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I U. S. Flirt Sonar Srhwl: V. S.Kaval lta\T tern infni Intin f literense "W hwn..
i.ititl we..l
'tno04 I. prn 't I '
I Tit rli..nEi--> -t..lf.l atmvr) dot Il'.spial. l: Ii. 'I I iKk.. arrnrriin II.'Hnf'Ul"'Jn' air-r rlrlrt "' 01.
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1a an" _'M" IlrhwY. li. : ziiKV.T. S. Naval Orrlnanvr- Unit: j II
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!Noo .f UK-. Natal IU. > at n-i.storfl l I'uhlif--atk; .n<. I' .;fiinc'iffuf. I'I I : ix-civrrl brtIt \'.": :i
We.. mwl tu 11w| layman 'lbrrb I ( anti U. S. MnrimRti j 1 ,;.i..i, hart i I h..y lir-f>n 'lls|....-ffl 'InI'v 1. and the. Ire at...r.eat m

..r g... will ...4 I..- "r,,wnt. TSirpott ra.-k:. ;--t: Ihtnnlrr" t. -aMfit of
> (" mjj4il pvupa ty w-s II'
>.rt engine i>f iIi rlianv i' f In a.I.\i'inn\ Iff Ilis a;: .,:ijnrnrnl:: I it n. TI...- .rtHfe: have whippril 1 them I..VM1 feel nf Ihrsaid ..-...... ..
In bnibfv, : nnntnaii'1 l I.n'x a. a Task "'v.a'.min'nnrl,T. and eI ij-,14 C'nnmvaaer a.-. ....
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TM! > Naval IU.scat' ; ice \\'r--I. ..mnnander. V. S. Naval I Ease: 'F I- ni-t i fury ctmtinii fi-ii.:'" : Cal, t.ondl th wl thr ..

ill ntn.uxlf llw follow-in), mmr f."t.dpn wit! ':::01$1' b: scntm of I I In: pu.-ed to the .>MiFMrt Ml'IM:

.MMnlI' S N.,- al I Station itli'h fwr-r Afloat._ WrtCapt. li ,
|I'i ont Key 1..1.1t..r-: in Tr 1 1'j 1S I eel amendments to Vtf t,; .n

| .> I'. S. N"I l ("....mi ...arSt \ AoVII" riPaHquaitcrs"ill 1.1..1.: that, ih- i.n,.d.i.i i.ii ; Before the war liquor

MT *nH) I' S ....'v'", !Set.Atl; remain tn the U. S Naval) St" I'-iimcnU were pcrm tt.'l l :
flc
i a-i rrpri-utls for I Hi"txmihins I
vat.rr.I 1'iwfc-i. i ..* Weapon;. a.' Iron T. f.f that city. min open 2* horns" a dax

, out toayim aDV aiMition.cen.sc. .
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40-mile' fr ,nt.
.1 Object of the.Lets. 1
15-FOOT FLOOD -- : i, .. NORMAN clay The propm rd .,. .1.r
NOWCOVERS THOMAS (above: ). >
'- 'tt> r nnptr't"' an onrin-lin-
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I "vwld a o'hr easahi. ><
: !ii presidential : .
; to remain UfT r .. a.itkii''
Aviv fiom. otltrr JfWL-ih art; -. candidate tells Senate judiciary license for of $l. J0.
:() VANRORT; NOBODIES Rrfurrthe raids
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: ; .i i 1 1hArab commitee Saturday: that ,. Tin agamM the ... ,p '
annrxiiK"fi .J.! , .
yt tw (9vctc.iod: .
i Communists for
I < that it wtiuKl'; i t'V
; ) YET FOUND .... top utilities only in the"rent: I j part "in control of the "third they are offcrrd a*.pmtI alrlr.a.I.i'
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.. that 'the Jews derlarrrl tltiw>lv(tlhr ( | ; suporting Henry Wal- of the prtn*..ed iw........
State; of Ij.raH. That demand.! lace for president. Thomas took John
Cart aw'df' _bkew'1"
HINM! Itrarliro. I I'orllaull."!po the stand before Wal (
it -A.I- said by Jf"w -:h fcstdrrs. ( shortly the<< present 2 a. m. rut f.-

mould nut t l he accepted.DIMIS lace appeared as a witness. went into effect
a* an cm.
Sluppin'Frain| | III lira :!: Hcallli Board( Can -- durinc the _.... John ('... ',

s I .. is father wf the 'miin-in< <
Of lliiilr.Mil Millionl :|' ms c.-tbishnrnt> ,'. >|.,v
i i'Iliul 'Accept! t Fund Grant Civic Tiujrovciucnt ,
Body u: hour a day fix pa* nr :r
Ilil<< :
: SI.OOO I lice .se fer.<< Th .". .

/a. ,.-..... r..... ."_ri.' 'air.t Itb."' .......--. ..... Ira alrea r packed the < ....

f'UJTI\NU. June IN. UN-| TALLAHASSEE June I.-Attwney ; r .. Is Non-Polilical] Declares $ion on first iradnifc.ALn .
: .
ff' "aH"-t lM-cn rctinercil l in1VnniMHt '. General J. Turn Watson .' to be cnfHtWhni" .1 i inizht's .
..Att. i : meeting nf the ('i. ,
Cit>. which IS under 15 advised Dr. William T.: Sowder. .... ___4- - 1. 'I.oU u =
feet atatr from the Columbia ,! mission ate njoiiatimis "M -

U"..-. which hole thn.ugh! its'''!I Mate health officer that the state 1 1 .' ll i, ,'i, '.I Public Relations Official ins: the azrermrnt: wit*,. thed > t

ilik-. Su..Ia..1 (ward of health could accept" a Serv-iecs YHCA wliiYMCA ."
un yisterday.Watii FROM SAFETY ON HIGHER GROUND. residents of the
; Vanport housing development at houses .
limp 'he' iluod has'j[ grant: of funds from a'private gaze win. ,rrmiQi-d tate '
I splintered when terrific waves engulfed the city near Portland. Ore Sunday. after a dike broke *.- thr snarl bar. ..
-iM-hefl : ''; i.\m: OK' POMTIII.VS amiI >
fir this The -
.pair city. i iniliiMtd I cwmpany to be used to make a which
had been
'. holding back the rampaging Columbia River. An undetermined number cf per nanrv appointing a n..>:-
wa..r''u I
tatiun under
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is
I It j i -unitary survey.Waaun sons were drowned in the flood. sergeant the Itilic i imcnt i..
M depth ol three feet, and :, : TIIXT \ssoivno. ( T. Marque/ ;: in
:; stated that there is at S2.4W
'(I a a starArrives
t trains in that alia have erased"
pusMhility that. the CI: \ I is .
t'IW'f".tlOf\ courts might:; \ POUT..

.lx-n U'hile dftermined.the I hrs of it IS life tunated has nut .,'':, hold a such limited* grant construction not authorizedby of th" I.IKKM I> IE) \TII STHtGGLIfcS; : ;; FLOOD) (:rnI H: \I. :.MACIII.M, : Died( Last Night i ,. LST Iii..

Ihtft tlu timid has. c u>cd dam-|I i I statutes but pointed out that thgiant .
.JoM.-i F. Slru reUtiims T..,tuhn.. M ; vas to take effect alter : :;" public Key West \Vnv
.,r> runnin:: to $-10.O.OOO. Onc- :. .
tenth uf that amount vva |I.,...-t by ,1919, legislature:;! convened .th"1 chairman of the Civic Im- >it msht .it :S:50:: o'citK-k 'in theKey .

in>... cr. f>f tulip bulbs, whoseriifi t that the legislation; : could tit' piovemrnt Association statediiiiphaticallv West Munit-ipal floe,.plat l .
acted to authorize today that the newv ", The USS loST it I i I' ..
Ills evidenceva :,
.- in Tin.-iderrd to be a total acceptance ni i at \ Simon-
|I this grant.Police:: .tinted" group is non-political ton stixret. \V.-t (';,1\,1 St,1em: r..I. .

los.T .. n na'uic.inHITS' a",? Sh"h"-"I: :-'"
Fun ial till be heldWcdnrxlav
t. nioi1 cbk" *s cave: I'dto.- MTVK-C \ .
V tanrNa ''''I.hl .twatIn .
of the Civic Imprtrvfint \ "
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U and tlM- the aH.noim' at -> o'Hwkin .
imMtu.civtn
< RecoverStolen .
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Association any drawn from U.! v 'nouNjv.il .. 1.th
: th- chapel o* \tirIVttcnard
flooil by the break toppled overr"rml .
-. m\ brie and fraternal K. % Wet .Of'.1 "
or&an- funeral home. Rrv. Rotiriw t4
rn
otber
u e. .tionof; the city.: s... o h.m- sperKf there da onltwtl'arnvcii 'n
Ulaclunr' : the Latin Methodist Churchvill
It l> olimaled that 4.01M| I .
it t i-" .1 member of thr Kiwanui trffici tc.Survivors. ; here<< iumi N'tlo
IHHIM-IOS. and that IQ.doO
nil.! .\ ix-re be has a scat m th- : tvitkmr.cs Mar
t hate liven Uirtaiii<< or
IHINO .
..hn. :S'-iS'vnt: ; Kayinonri C- I M..mi, I of directors.Ottain quiz: three dauzhtcis. Mrv.. Action
dr.lio'itl ri Quick( () )
t
Si If ml". min>trie:> <*..1 l chuivbe.IIIN .- beta veered c.n "UI\.ll1'' iw i w \ y l I Ie politanan.- nh have C. Hanks. Tampa. Mrs.; Chc.arr'DrDnM. i'

ol 'lieyimtl tlie fI..1al....." ar- | '1 tf'fl.| stolen today in frnl . ,, i.1 i on to dislike the idea of atwh .. Canton. Obiw. Mrs. Olillia ,

l"' ins u.' tl to hou>c Ioonl' of Vanfmrr ;311; l Siinvnton street. I t. sucb athe Civic Improvement Ton-ns. Miami: two sotKx Kd- Saves: ; YniilliJKTK ) l

a residents.Nuiiilwr Sgt. Cabrera saw the cai. hv AsMNttion have taken it uardo. Key West and AbH. .rdfif ..

fif de.Ml will not IK identified it from an clectioi ui,>->n themselves: to discredit it by Jacksonville. : eisht grjmMuldren. | : IT. Mwli *
.':,n tinu talk that it U the beswinin .
which the autoixobik hm
panel
ik noun until' aftei the watersulaN ma M tunnel t he ami .' ,I"
'- li|i \-. a- thoiicbt that IIMIIVnl .on it. The car uas :sought:; h :;: of a political machine. S.ru Ikwa> a iiii-niJr-i' i4 l>i FelixVaielii had dug in a vacant I I-

UMtitMi.. i-itln, i h.ivi- Intna4M'l 'ill.. hwf ..r police of the loin _.-. -inl. Lwl_ '. Nt. 6 1. F. A M. tunnel rt4afK4-l on Lai i I i.
Thri.. b.-4ilutelv false Th-
..w" .1' I.., ..evirfl mile.or vti-Hil dcimrlnlent. (but' Ihr, c "i r> > ----- --- 19. and he \\a, I...I "M

MM ,..nlM"j< in the wirrkase, 01 loncfd to i man residing; M.11111 .il'Mirdity: : o' such a statement ron. Tanker Unloads three fet of earth Tb pi!
.
.i-ii\ lit! M-cn wl"cn it is reali' d! (
(","luUI&Ih.& ... IUp>eU I qUirk I ;.summtnnO f.- I,
tin mcmljtTji of the a-asiati.m
- ..rw4hcr. who ".t.nt i> < <
rcprr.-enlalivr. t,f val....-
Fuel' (Oil) Here
i t let; and theiu- '
. all oft
.- ...... nu: him out withsovel. tt '
I .. .--- Men ale non-pwlrtHT l b>- theni'.rilitutriHio -
RETURN Justice T. Frank HOBSON "".,",,"u and t iu '
---. < "" .. alai hv-fc'-.-. Th."ii.. : ... tt..t; i St.-- .
i ... ... .Inun;.in '001 l,jrrt i i. JI.-.' >% list t ton. N..\.l T"iik"-; ...jpiii' ,in K'We -% to H h" pitI ',\ni-i"- ti'iii .
t Joi a -,-p.iin.1 I :
To The '".". > name; saji-: -civnimprove- ,t 'ttu_ rtHirnm-i' anii'a.I ", cut.-

a"---L -_-..- --- "'_ a.... ::1L. ,_ .. __ .-. i. .a e:-Tnl. We intend b, twins thina-; lie( U".I at ti>.- Devel" ptm-nt Sta
out into the open for dtecusion tionvhcre he n-ill unload/ +*>.-
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SUPREMECOURT r end testing of public opiate (IQC) lvrrrl..4 fuel ml. Si.. rxpeit. -

TWO MEN STRUGGLE THROUGH WAIST-DEEP WATER. cne cf them holding a child as flood That i' the only way detnocracyrffi .- to complete unloadmii the Matchless FOOD

waters from the Columbia River engulf tho Vanpcrt housing development>> near Portland. Ore. < "oik oil I tomoirow and will immediately

Sunday. A dike broke near a railroad embankment cauiing a series of terrific waves to smash: AVc hrtvonit impoitanti : put t" ta again mill :o-ll'EHH: M.K\H. I .

the community. An undetermined number cf person, were drowned. i .. Anion them I.> a lorum"

i on 'I. -:.IIt'd i aamhlinii. a questi.wi O: :\OVHJIIJITIONS; : All This and Air Condit 'n .
;Contnued On Page Eight)
a : ; Too. for Only Triple tr.
This \V\HS\\V ICEIU"II.IJI\C: ;
Vote For
Pre-War Price:

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ABLE JURIST CENTRAL PHARMACY Stewart; Granger and Metal I Roofings TICKET OFFICE "lit. ? i 1"1 i the "itxvnati'M., WEAVER'SCharcoal

rrtwri.li..a. i.n.a I., a.d 'i'ir. ..I! -v... -(iuin.d. Wji-. t..t,
Phillis Calvert in
I.w..r.a at ALL AIRLINES i cached $.. .OOO.OOO. En m-ei t .-
June 4th . "THE MAGIC BOW"Shorts
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i'Ian.I, .I! 1" " I.u I r. I .al- be rebuilt b ...
and NewsTONIGHT SI 11i1h LIWSKK \ .\1'1)) dv the city may > : Itroilrtl; -.ik-l
CALL TELEPHONE 754 . I PRICE TOURS iwi 5 The "rost u estimated .at
_... IS FR.Z.Il.: : .T TELEPHONE 816
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MALARIA ........................ WORKERS REACH AGREEMENT
OF : ALTO
i1fte: i\rlJ! mcst ((EltfecnPblUh4 FREE Nehru Hints GENERAL MOTORS \M

Radio I
Deny Except Sunday brL. Programs .
r. AMTMAX. Ow et ad PvMUhr While we read that the medical profession :

SOHMA1 b. ART 11. R..! *.. Mcaacrr and ....................... Asian Union
From Tli* Cltlsrn Building in the United States England .I, lj ... Li
Corner Green and Ann Str...t.I .
la Key West and i is I NEW DELHI. (AP A close ,
Omly aly! Newspaper Monroe County. some other countries' making a concertI I Daytime Summary ) -

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ed. drive against malaria we should be I selected programs a* listed below ly-knit grouping of SoutheastAsia
: entered at Key Went. Florida. a. .econd claai matter a.-e broadcast. at the tame. time MtnI nations for purposes of'I
thankful that that disease is not c day through Friday. Eastern. lecal _
. . 'ontraf'ti-I' trade and defense !
MRHBRH OK ..... AI"O"I'TF-It l'HR H I time. f.r central Mktract en* liw; is envisagedby
The AcBorlated Pr.. !I. ...-Iv..I".I,. entitled toe ble in Key West.It for mountain subtract tw. hours. Prime Minister; Jawaharlal I _
iw for r.*.ro4iM1k.ii .f all ne rn dl.p..lrh*. rreditrdto Nehru. The ,
.. It **r at oikvrwlo rr.dhml In IU1 paper and is aid that! ::00 million people' are : I sphere would in
.IM tbe ......1 .... publish ....... MAY 31 THROUGH JUNE 4 elude a broad sweep tit rich.I:I
a M ..1'O"rR."IO'R'TtS afflicted with that disease!' in the course of M.r.1ng.OnHoneymoon largely undeveloped land stretching ,

0. Tear a year but not one of them contracts the f: 'In X. f.-nbeBreakfaM from Pakistan and India on ;
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: : .- :=:::=-:::=-.:.: ::.::===:===='lU: Clubabc1:15Barnyard t the west to Indonesia on the east

.t 1111'. lIo.tlla __.... _.... ._. Oil diser.se: in KeyVest and other Florida Folli -cbs And
t ..... "' ...111 __ __......_..._.. .-__.._ I.CI" ttr.rk Valley. >'.'lks-mb* ultimately says Nehru It
\...... -___. ..--___._..-_.__ .1$ Keys. licnson: for that i is because the malarial 10:0FrMl: W"rlneho.nb.! hould include the Philippines. .'

... AlnF.RT."I'G HSTF." mosquito does not breed in the Florida Matin For You-cbs: : Australia and New Zealand. Ne- ,
tn-.mabe ,
My Story I
hru stressed that the basis of the
.. Uad Kno n on ApplicationFKCIAI.
Keys. Resides there have been scores 10:30: -Hour of :'erlal.-nbO! I
idea would
a Halt. H. ir of joerl.la--b. be geography-not
.. OTICK of cases! of maJar victims who have come Pay It With Manicsobs1100AOnur race or religion.
.. All r.a.... IIOUe-.. rard of think, reaolotlonafcf
.. rettert. obituary. no'ir... ......m.. etc, will b. to Key West and recovered from the effectsof Breakfast Godfrey la Hultywuodab.11:30Ben Show-rb.* lie said the movement probably
.... line.
r..r. fur at the rate of 10 rent a would begin with two three
I' :%....... fvr .ntrrtalament by churriie. from which malaria. AleMnder. Show-mb* or
a a 1'...... IB 10 be derived are i rents a line. 11:4 Serial S'4 br*.-cb: i countries and widen gradually
Tl. <'hl... I. aa open forum and invite* d1.- The keys probably have other He suggested that Pakistan Nepal .
......... of kHbll* (.sue* sad subjects of local or every After*.. i
. ...._.1 1..1'.... bl It will ant publiek anonymous type of mosquito except the malarial car- 12.-OO Welrome Traveler*-aba Ceylon and Burma might be
_.......U.... Kate :smith Speaks-mb. among the first to draw together. -

rier. Why that type of mosquito does not 12:20-Word* and Music-nb* Siam Malaya and Indonesia -

breed in this area nobody seems to know. 1:60-Mu.lo Half Hour-nb. might follow. -"
1:1*-The Happy Cans-mb*
Ideal breeding place fur the malarial mosquito 'I 20: -DoiiMe or Xothirif-nb* A THREATENED STRIKE cf 225.CCO General Motors emplcyes was averted as a new two-Yea
Queen for a Day-mb* LEGALS almost continuous bargaining
H, MEMBER <> 7948IMPROVEMENTS i is a fresh water swamp somethingthat 2ZG-Serials: fop J'i hr*.-nb* contract was agreed on in Detroit. The settlement clinaxad 18 hours of which
I I I the new contract. providedlor '
Bride and Ijroom-abe with United Automobile Workers-CIO. Looking over
does not exist, except temporarily, in Martin Block Records-mt* 'OTI('': V%DKH PltTITIOI 1 I UAWCIOP' .
I Ioo-"fo B. 'hnoocb. % %s11: 1TTI TKxfiTirK an adjustable il-cent an hour wage increase arc: John W. Livingston.
the Florida J Keys. We have salt water is ...:1:1:1I'FX: that W. Anderson. General Motor
Ladies B seatedabe3:30Tbe deptUAVHarry
dent: T. A. Johnstone, -Distant director of G.M.
: swamps, and. after heavyrains a few House Party-cb* I I, the timlerriixned.basins under desiring the i engageIn vice-president and director of personnel and Louis Ssaton. director of labor relations for Gewul'I
---- -- Paul \Vbiteman n.'Ords-ab.
"
i fresh water swamps, which however become I 4:00-Hint Hunt Quis-cbs 11isltinn name ArFI SI. KVot.Rancho Mnlel.Florida. stn',n-: I I Motors (left to right

t I 4:3O Winner Take AH-..b. !| lend In register sail nrtill,,"- -- -- -
FOR KEY WEST: so impregnated with salt water few ,' r _____ __ ____ - - -- --- -
--- -
Treasury Band Stand-ab* name with the -! rk .f the irouii 1------
, ADVOCATED BY THE CITIZEN: Ioo-Rnbert: "Q" Lewis-cbs '' .V.urt of Mnnr"e, <-<>nni\. "'lorida. :
breed in them and of the !
mosquitoes none I IIIHIIIIIIIUIU1IiAJIlllllUdJlII11nmUIII&1I1If11f111! : CHARACTER
kiddies Hour went repeat 1 hr. I I| Lath Mn 17. 1941.Rlx RUNNING DOWN A TOUGH
malarial later. )-abe and mba >1.''" 'IIX"i It/n.
_
t ::; type.But ': _Lura and Abaer-cba-ut Kf.SA SfllXKIUKi:.. Key West In
i ii
1. More Hotels Apartments. I the lack of fresh water swampsis : n..r !
mast 1 :OJunl-.Ult.
I
t 2. Beach and Bathing Pavilion i the the do : MONDAY MAT al ONLY .
not answer to question, "Why
3. Airports-Land and Sea. I MBS has scheduled four IS-mlnate : \OTICK Days Gone Bj
not have malarial mosquitoes because bro ikMs of the Indianapolis Motor .
f 4.. Consolidation of County and we tuda,. Times arl:4ara..iztt. 1 I iTIIK roi \T .llJf.F'I.roi'RT.
races I i 1% M KOK XO\MOK ( 0. >T\ .
City Governments. they could breed in some cisterns I 3:4; and 1 p m.. EST which correspondto I'.''t'I..RIIJ'I l\ PRO "T.'- I AS TAKEN FROM FILES OF
.. 11:.:* a.m.. lao. Z:U and 4 p.m. ; ..
, 5. Community Auditorium. and in small receptacles containing rainwater };OT. The broadcasts to Interrupt regular "In Tf Estate:S AVTON f"IIARUr 1fAn'UX'Tn. I THE CITIZEN OF
I programs, are being carried to JUNE I. 1938
also! > sometime. known as lliarl.aL.
the toil network simultaneously' UU-
i -- as other mosquitoes do. vc
.
out the usual local tine relay. Harrington un.l l al-u> ttan-- aamlIDIDI DluumUlIlWDUlllwmannnlUlDl1IIJI:, ; .
tim-x kn.... n a- .'. L. IfarriiicX ODD ;
.
have the
However we "stingingest" 1 wrt." ....I.
Mr. M.\ i-
I Schulsmger. in a ci>
Notice >;< hrrrhy trirvn !.> all
all-the so-called
MONOGRAPH:' mosquito of them mangrove I umn-Iong interview in The Citi '
NETWORK PROGRAMS .i whom it marnm-> rn hat I'aulinc
mosquito black and big and vicious. Ivarc llarrineion. a. Executrix ..f : )
Eastern Local Tim. For centralsubtract the last Will' and Testament of1'harle. arrant-1to
I
hear Folk
: : .
I
for
one hour msuntam
.
larvae under I iO.Iun Ilarrnetien." alsosometimes
The stayin mu-I mangrovestill subtract two "Our. S..... scat stations .

; Every: community, iiicliulinjr KeyVc a heavy rain hatches them. Thl'an..' change. hour of relay. t. fit. .n..wn and ,,1 a._ 'larles.......H;...."It.Harrmet.m ... Key West.
local .c..d..le. Last minute program

\ ..t. bait tome' lin-al nultulMIio think fierce stingers, and leave red lumps on the I changes cannot. b. ..nelud..d.I . '' >kr.oun..... hafil a> 4'....1 1,.with Harrinrton.rrru.the. llnnnrabU\ .. j. No trace has yet been found of

that the law was made l for others and l I Raymond. I:. L/rd. ....n. JIMK| Richard Skelton 79. who disappeared -.
flesh which may become infected if I TUESDAY JUNE 1 in and for 1I..lr. County. Florida' t from his small ::::; =i-y 1
not for thi-m. tier Final \.n. and has nuiitfai sponumgIjoat ::
.a I scratched with a fingernail. Otherwise Evening >pli' *att *n for her discharge a;* I last Thursday off Archer's
TilE ORACLE. r 0.00-Xews Report 1# Min.-nb* 1, K\,,-ntrir the Ijilll and .
their bite is innocuous.Every'Mf'y Neuscast, ivrjr: IMJ -o'b. i Testament oaf fharlm latton lUrrlnYton -
.. I i Network Silent Hour-ahc-ean I! .1 l leu iM.nt.tim... known a. I Key.A _
kiddies Jlmir trrprat-abc-aeet <'harl .. Harrington and aimrnntrtimm snake feet Ions
NetworkSilmt U hr.i-mt...-eatKMdies I| : gopher ; seven :
can explain the reasons Hour 'rrptattmbsnest1:11Sports I I.n.I ot -aJ..knnwn... as C. n. Marring was caught on Torch Key :yes-

CRITICIZES VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONA for any vote. in any dilln-'lft..r' the Science! Seriescbssagebiraro: Music Time-nbo .! Into.1 May "'Ir; .,. n. l,l*. teiday by C. S. Singleton wni it- -sr' w' A
loll Pauline |vHarrington. 'Se-s-
from to Mate- N
returning trip
election. Orrhestnt-rbs-east I' A.. Kxtntrix ..r the I."t111 a .
Lion and Abner repeat-cbs-w, it and Testament of i han.." Iwy- I"umbe. It i* the largest snak
educator t that
prominent assert* a
,: S-Xew.rast by Three-nbc ;I ion Harrington. also m.mrtlmr of its kind ever caught on th" mi
Lowell Thomas repeat ll>-cbs: i known .-Karl.. t.
as lI"rrnf\-
tiHt vocational education tines not prepare Florida Keys. As it is harmlr.v-..
NO CHEAP HOUSING t&Q- upner Club-nbc hasla Inn and slew somelim.I knoanas
The 1eubh Show .tud..nt"l Itoconio useful citizens: anil News Fulton and Lens(Commentary. Jr.-ubs-aba 1 / t t-I!I.!;::jnn..1.15It.! and other |xsts, Mr. Singleton hi-"

that .free wiciHj'cannot depend Henry .Wallace, presidential candidate I"I' decided to release the snake on
a upon 7:1*-News and Comment-nbJark TIIK ('IH('I IT fill HT OK Till-:
of the Independent Progressivel'ariy. Smith and Seen-cbI : I .::1..:' KNTII JIIIMII. I IHI I ITo Tot rth Key.
thuswho I their to the ., I .
simply put noses ally Commentary .' TIIK 1T, ..t: Of FI.MIIIIIt.IN .
speaking in San Francisco, asserted Seas: Dinner L at*-mb* I NI> I-IIM tloMIIH: < IM NT, .
rtiiidtoiie of toilay's j111r:1 j l and t".1..rruw' 7:30: -U Herman Quintet-nb* I IN (''' \'.'1:1": The Granday pineapple canning
that the. Unite: 1 States can solve her domestic Bob r Crosby'hornetabesews "Jub--t>s I I Is-se Sw ii'i--; 'f fT.I1InT plant began op *rati.ns t" i tea e.rruaa.atalaI :

jnl. The Green I In IS n : ..r 2.fiMf(' ) I .. .
flay <.n a r.hipiiM-nt IIIIMilf -
Comm..nt-rob. .
.. problems J only by ending the cold .\ 1.\ i.% "\:. I Ii .; :: -: -
This is i undoubtedly; a valid criticisnif I: S-Harkness ommenl-Sbe. t.I.'irf..r f il'-s that reached hertl.il
war with 1 Itttsia."If : Kd Iurrowo.'b. YO.! yt-stertlay.

:- .. technical. rdncalion. Oliviousy.) mi inilividiiul ; lie declared Sports Comroeat-rob. _..J* !i STKI.I.A" u: WORTH LYNN I j
you want cheap housing, 1:00-Dinah Shor.-Show-nbe --*' I 1..1..ot....t -
utu cultural Blp Town Newspaper Play-c I| nnitr.ii "r I'SHl.lft'rlu. Artop* irar.>hrr map of M.>nh> .JMAXWEll'S''
1 .'t have wid La- I' I
a llr "make up your minds\( that Yflu'nnev''r South Asks Trayel.r-mL.GovernmentaboMysterious I T":"stalls county has 'lirt-n completetl. LI-II

.-. |I.rtlive and I IM \varo of the history oft jet it. . as long as we are spending .:1_Weekly. New Time-ab* I 1.! IlanIlichtands.M.Wunh'. .' I..in.I tenant K.: U. McCarthy. ..t tl>.-
I .: :
I
1:30-Date With Jndr nbc J Coast and GeoiUtiiSurv< t. .'.mnf 1
: ,
$t lIluOtlUqlu/' ) /() for warlike
thiiirn if he. or she, i i'< to understand the year ,)fr. and Mrs North-obsAmerka's I Tnn are nrlM re-.irPd to ar**.
Town '..elinar-at>O war to ih. ICill ..f .m"I.oiR't for ..Stoma. unocd todoy. ,
s le.+|M>niiiililitthat I rest UMUI| i intelligent preparations! -and another $6.000.000,000 Infective. Drama Time-mbs In the a/u.te ,h l-'I. ,9ne- ..... '

to arm other countries to fight i Russia." *:S5-Fix* Minnt: Nw -rbs I ,or I..t..r. .hr ::.tb. .Ia" of I The 1038 issue of The C''on. -h./ l
iiiisrttfi . Billy Ras.* \"omm.n'-mb. /I. n... wtherets-. allegationstherein .-
It may be. hit the conclusion announced OO-To Be' Announcednbewe a ill t_ lab's a.. m.nfessml.This giving an account uf the Old .1"i

The critic i Loin ..vocational and tfthniral the P_ IP. Uu. t-<-b. Osier Ir ....M pwl.lishe-d. .a.v of the Key West senior and Jim ,i SPECIAL
by :Mr. Wallace i is (correct but at Gabriel Heatter. Comment-mb* a aeek. fur fr ,........U1". werkeIs l for high schools was' isu..1 I.KS..'.
Th. Key \\1 4'itlr.n.. a seas- :
:-0 education i U that it develop an individ-\ the same time the )people,, of this country 0:15-News':SO-Fibber Broadcast and Ion.-nbe* I .ICest.......r pshl.shed; i. the Ilts of trey by the: Artman Press.
t..rio'3.
..- lu,1! for. doing slime particular tiling very must" make up their minds whether they Boston'Tiri tol.h''r.II -chs I 1_ and irdeh..I this !Uh day: "fMar. I i ;
Fops concert-ale A. It. "4*. Closing of stores in Key WIIon f
'\t.III.llt that in the absence of a so-called want cheap housing in preference to preParedness 10:00 Jregory- Hood .ma-naba I .:..:.\1., Thursday: afternoon dunn th- Just: Itirrirnl 'tnrl.Hltl./:
: Rob Hop' Comedy-nbo r.n f 4* Sa"'j.r.Orrk ;
lilri-rul Studio: One Drama-<-b* summer will begin t''>mI ii'i'\ .
education the indi\idual I.H ratable to face a possible dangerous ..r the I'irmil Court.
Public t> render-mbs .. I of 'h-
Manure f..hly. "' "I"a. Joe Pcarlman. president
tn think with proper perspective or to un- international situation. As a great democracy 10:30 Let-Red Freedom:Skelton! Kins Comedy-a he I 1 By (mil Anne "\ l....nKworth.Itrpntx Retail: Merchants Associati'-n.' Unfinished Furniture

.m dr r tand the complexities of economic must decide whether existing Dance twchestra nibs I'icrk.| I
> so- we '! IsdAllan It. rit>ar.. Jr.. stated today.: .
10:4S-it's In the i'amily-abC I i S .Uil..r for Plaintiif.pnilt.Amas"i.lunl51. 1 Its I. rc'-(:nlf/f' II'aI-A" I",,,,. j
vial und political problemt.I'hile world conditions deman'l greater expenditures .
| i 11.-00-New. Variety( J hrs.-BheXew : :.-1745Is
''l l
<
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report
", Variety. Dance J brv.-<:h* Mrs. Ihgh"ilhams
\ inclined rather than to
we are to with : for war preparations
agree News and Dance Cacd-abe to the police today that \vhilim:
Till: Illfl IT ( III HT "I' Tin
the general tenor of the t'dut'ator'criti.- use the money for internal improvements.Mr. News, Dance Band : hrs._mb* .:...:\ I\TII: Ji mi I \t. I nu i IT. swimming in the poo! off Rn..,... UNFINISHED
12:00-
: Dancinc Continued-abcweitTODAY .'. .. ... .
tNII
IN > IONI' : I IIIT\
thiol: [
i.m.i wr cannot fail to point out that the : Wallace i is a little otf base whenhe STTF: oF' 1 111(1115.' vent boulevard a sneak

-. popular support for education in the Unit- talky about "cheap housing." There is IX HISTORY 1-a.IN ."'11'5.." 11-4.1'1:11\.. left stole in her her handbag car. The, which bag contained she ban KITCHEN TABLE 1075

\\'IXU'1''': <;\1.\...\1, ,
W .ell State in due, in large degree, to thebelief no such thing as cheap housing and it will (Know America) I';i : llaintiff.vs. $95 in (cash a watch and other

ill S "'U'.: %l TM>\" !ivaluables. Mrs. Williams! !'OmI \.
'
the if the Govern- 1660-Mar Dye.. Quaker martyr
on part of most of our citizens, not become cheap MTMIR II. KSMAIAIS.; .

that an education will bring to an individual ment contributes a part of the cost of mother of 7. publicity hangedon .r i OKIIKII 01PI l HI.II'tTHlN..ffrn"nt. I Today The Citizen says: in an UNFINISHED .
Boston: Common-because she
a larger I income during working years. homes. Ry "cheap housing" one means : iTO: editorial paragraph:
returned after being banished I IjoJtrr II. r-ma..I.,
There was a time, in the educational only the shifting of a part of the cost to the from the city. ln: lIan..r Street.Ilarrns.n1. "Too many consider the convenient DESK $1295
N. II. rather than the right .
Vftem of the United- States, when most Government which means in final analysis 1792-Kentucky admitted toStatehood. You are hereby .required. l.. appear - .
... the Bill! ..t ..mplaint for li-
IHvoltle| received liberal nib education forthe to the pocketbooks of all the peopleof -r. ... th.. "!... ."t..t ,-u*>*.. .... "TODAY'SANMVKUSA1UES 1

I 1796-Tennessee admitted to the :;th day ..f Jon .A., IX "tx.i : 3-DRAWER UNFINISHEDCOMMODE. "
purpose! of becoming professional men this country. Statehood. I..r..i" .
will be taken a.. mnrf :f and women. This gave a decided) impetusto 1813-Historic "Don't. Give I .._ ..ai t.. in .......,. ed ono a (Know America)
:- )Hard work be good for man but "* up four .we..eutlve m k* 1800-Caroline L. W. Hni.. I $1075.
may
such educational the Ship! by James Lawrence h.r. :
hut Capt. I
training in the _
i is K>-> \\ t fltlxrn. a !<- popular .Southern novelist of h,- .
t there are generous souls willing to give when mortally wounded as |>n|>vr published in Key U>r-t. F1..ri .
co. rm of the professional fieldswere I born in Lancastc:
years, 1 i iiU.i generation( :
overcrowded their share to somebody else. American "Chesapeake' was defeated -i Iu.neSad. <>.."....... Ibis :..10 da} I Mass. Died Feb. 11. 1856. I
and during some depression : by British ship of war- I ..' ..... A. 1-. 154.. ; DRAWER UNFINISHED
l
1801-Br1 ham Young. send
yearn, the man or woman with liberal becomes the American battletryin (Sr.'L) "
a THEIR MINDS Mormon founde
LET THEM SPEAK a.iss C Saw y..r. president : < :
the War of 1812.
education found it difficult to secure I Clerk of the l-in-ult, l-,.wrJlotiror ,. Salt Lake City born in Win !i- <
-'- CHEST.
1851-The Erie Railroad reaches Onnt>. ".riola. $1675
remunerative employment.The Let's have a word in praise of prospective Lake Erie-first to make connection Py: 4s4). \nn. t Iwpns I..g..''.'1..1'1.'Ih.I . ham.Count Vt. Died AUK; Zh.l87T .

training of technicians and the graduates even now working their with the Great Lakes. I Thomas -.ro.. 1814-Phillip Kearney rr t< .I;:
1914-Col. House presents to Solirlt',rr development- of vocational schools resulted minds upon problems to be solved at the German Kaiser"' plan to avert war. ,I may.Jnal-'I.1: .1".... American soldier of the MeMivr.: 5-DHAWER UNFINISHED

: in the discovery,; that specialists, without annual commencement. and seems to get favorable re and Civil Wars born in :\t. \
: IN Tilt i IIU'IIT i IM HT r Tin: York. D'ed {>:J the battl ." :iaSept. (!

: the broad education of a liberals artscourse. While the race of human beings pokes begins.et'ption-but World War 1. oon I t I IN KI.KTII%; NI |-..K JIIH MIIsull I \I.: 1111( IR>I T IT'. 1. 1862.1831John. CHEST $1895

dt\eloped into moneymakers.This fun at the youngsters: isn't there something 1920-U.S. Senate refuses President -I.I !*T\TK IN ItlKl.ftlllllt.IINI t.HYI : Bell Hood fiahtinj: .

.
gave an impetus to the technical to praise in the eagerness with which Wilson mandate over Ar- I '._ N*. 11-....-. Confederate lieutenant-gen r-"
1, tANKf AUTHI-IS .KKI.I.V. in server; after losing .i leu: .lr'1:
-_ M-hiMds which has not yet been removed. they attack the evils of the day and the menia. I l-.jintiff. an arm New Orleans m"t h.'nt> UNFINISHED KNEEHOLE
1933-Epic press agent feat: J. TX. lllll >: %l1iiSMILiSRED.
There was also' a tremendous broadening hopefulness with which tht.111 :ad their P. Morgan unwittingly. entertains I AI.H'K: ... ..:1.1.i .> after the war. born in Bath C > .
.
of the field' of technical education with the special causes? a circus midget dumped into his i i : IM PI l in.ic i. frndant.IIrlIH \TMIN. Ky.1833 Died John Aug. M.:30. Hirlan.1879. Kentucky DESKS $2575

result that in many lines of economic endeavor Youth may be criticized for lack of lap.19-at%-Congressional Germans bomb hearing.Canter i i ITf'i .ltiMrrd .\I ln-*. K.llj. Iawyer-soldier. a (.:m1-d ;

the successful technician continue years, but if cynical experience could solve bury. England in revenge for H..le 1a"I..n.I. It'7.5.Too .I;:.:".. U. S. Supreme Court Justice, hn:

to receive large financial rewards. half the problems that it thinks it (can t Cologne.1943Mexicos. t in art thr Kill her.t.y..C l'om rrgsirrd|>laini.. t.for. appear .a-:i.t in 1911.Boyle Co.. I)y. Died Ot !j-J. RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES

The cirticism that the educator directsaj'aint where would impetuous youth find anything : President signswar tnh-r. in I". a'i..vr soled ra..- on 1r.6fj.-Ch3r1 n DI\'f'P'>
detlaration against Germany. sine :iitfc: day. ..fJuajA.. I' I>IVthrrwl .
technical education is based UJHMIthe } to correct 1943-President Truman's message -t ,.r thr allrpratiow.. .h. r. in 1 famed tietu.t: of theCa- n' ;,.,
will fcr lakes ax -afr.--) sed. l :

.fact that an individual however skillful So, to all young people of Key WestI to Concress of Japan. promises annihilation W.This*k for orWrr friar,..t iil l.r!..-Jliirr published 0 e..m.a.l.Ill -ii-I i i I i The Maxwell Co. Inc.

and learned in a restricte-1 t type of work I Itt these" greetings\ appear.' Let them 1946-L'. S. Thr Ke Wr.tni..n. a n-. i...i .
Senate .
passes mo- .....u..ked i. Krv "'..-.. Ki..i-.U I ,
cannot become familiar with the .lessons of I proceed. with their study of "problems" I I dified form of Truman's emergency 00._ jnJ '..'....r...t thiv L'lih 0\ .tat
of Ma... A. !,>. I94. ALBURY and SON Furniture &
lii>tory and except' in rare instances, will i and make): known their "cures." Who strike control bill. (:'C"'., All FurnisbiiwsPHONE
lH-Truman Board rt-<"Ol11- Rose a" Sawyer.4kta I We Specialize in. .'
PIIO\: ( \
not develop the philosophical outlook vitalto )knows: what statesmen have )been developed menOi training of all youth at IS.Port of I... 4'if. niii..111'.. Kinds of Neon Signs '

the *ui-re *!" fn| Mtidy (,f prablem af- I from. school-day orators and what} Br- ..dAare.._, r_l'.'Y.L...ll.r.1.1.I1'.r". '. and Lighting. Stripping ft.1 I}JrrH U 682
i I tin- I '..srITba ,. .... .. \\ I'" .oar 909 Fleming St. Cor.
of -
as name kind ofwine. tarps.
a
fit-tinjr human: being* and manifold activities. the World owes to the keen study of eomraetMement j.; !shun tended from Porto. ss N Cans. I her writ /Seem Margaret St Key West. Fla.

speakers? :.ds"rt .r am ,. PIa.r. -I.t; Iw ... .. "t F: ""'I.\
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% t'1'NNv \M: IMM. CHAPTER 9 I der her feet so that they hit the I because I knew yOU would reel as
did not meet floor with a harder thump tnan I1 do ':About it" And then he and
I . HILDRED her shoes had made and proceedrd the thing that was like blow in
'lit I \I. 1iil'I1::."' ,i\ . battered rou i' a
*nen Robin drohe: home to sit dow n on it. "I m 'IIldrr;; face. You surely arc
KIMN LIST the great house at eleven | sorry I fell a-lef>p. I wanted to tell the bt little he'per and r..il any
I that following evening the you about the operation"SO I' man ever hadIrutmctixely_"
coupe was parked in front that was it that was the Hildred drew back
..
.
I A t tal f CI PTI.I< IIIHII \anjmatiiNiv door he had waited FO long. I her: hand shding out from ben.-atlii
..... chic 'N'I and indi- Site could not suppress Not because he had to see her. not i his. The impact of the blow vtos
......"'" rw>v xoifnleert-d in :ivc of delight her heart gate, for any of the reasons she had that 'irons for row she knew
No.n.tiun t.. UKIkwio County .e<' footsteps rkened. waited to hear I with a ure certainty that Ranch
.l.**.\ fijink.. when tl..- ")(....'" unit oern a foolish girl. thinking She said. "W IL go on tell me did- 'not love her That was alt hc
# not carehe should about it the operation."It I v us to him all she had been nit's h rr .m June 4. not qu
44 was a tremendous success," these years. throughout; all the
love It that
lJ.lr 1 Utow .orf'I...- volun 1 lI nis was jut he said, his lean, hard face coming days and hours pent tog t :er.
not Kandy nature to show I
\...ta ......1 the t:.l AI,u; rI Jbi w lift he felt or to betray his t' to life as it always did when he I She said andy. I'm still
"witl ...-.vtt.= w tn wo-d:* Actions must talked of hiS work. "I had quite' awfully tirwl and it mu t bE- get-
Lion Club (IC) *0" i:-n. And he was here, an audience not only Dr Jordon.i I ling on toward morning now. Im
t he. waiting for her? but rome of the hospital staff and I gl.d you \\aited to tell me But
i llv thlNU1, Jtvn Appei .1 few other vIsiting surgcns. All ', jou roast go now, plea e_"
I | ...tf' rcriMiwIL Dill 'urn.. Kir a He was th:-rc. all right: I of them had said it could not be I II I He got up mtntlr "Of course.
ed out he COULII
\stir t.'rn''ail Fit+'inan Ji on done. Muscle transferring has 'I Y HI'ri. right asalAaxs_**
a-i o"'Poor
lHjr UHMUiic Allan Hamptonlvnlr : I I been a success for some time, but lie did not know the irony of
boy. Mrs f -
llarocn. KW.I 1'\1 IUt'.. ? : i to transplant a nerve . I that.
I | IKrtw
whisoercd He is all in. lIe's "'
Well. Hildy, I did it! I provedit
K. U .-. Nation He said. "I gue's it was hard on
"M P.ofrKwttt .
>n eiT>pDing like that, my I to them. And that little girl'sarm ,
.f I:. )boas. (:< rl<1 Sj'iiM.TA. .mo-t two hours."* will be if I I you my being away. Why d.t
as good as it never J
J She <'aid. almost grimly I I jou I I stay home tomorrow and
hill Srhornit F. It.
Van had been paralyzed. That's why I ,: "
!I aMt h'-re and see how rest M m.e and I can mana,;:.
J (8W.1 ; stared almost the week. Had
+'thllm. : on
EN V 0 Y .-i he decides to come to. to make certain I 'Tl anks. I ixrlie\e I will star
Bala T MUik If suthe everything would '
American Legion (II) I home, I ,
:'an along to bed darling, Randy. ve things to do.
U.S. U replace Andrei Gro- continue to go all right But Dr
1. V.ftI'f' F. S"n'up. IVMr > 113ft. myko as the United Nations : ''ht be tired of keeping a Jordon and the rest too are i "XJooii girl" He nodded his ap-
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M **t Mi Ifartiiwn. AV M1.delnate.. i \ gil 111 take on r." convinced now" I proof her obcd. n\"C and common
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I).'itr. n.auk... Wari u' FtankIfpaitalro Hildied settled down on Im so glad for )'OU. Randy. I sense.Ilildred .
D V l& .rntnt. Frank i o. ,11:r some, putting ncr feet I I Now vou'll be famous and important .i' stink down on the touch
11 ILL lot s""I.I:? i 1">w' hassock, upholstered w I i I as you should be"* I i, w hi;-e he had shpt.: She no longer
tuition. W", R tVari i .it. AI fOnt j o"ere of her mothers nt"<' I I "lIa:dly that" He shook his felt tired, not for ikip She ft'It
Walch | ere might es well be sandy ht."ad."They want nr to beaten and '1-L
Jr. Wom.'. CUb (7) CloselyDr :j-i<.dfc'd her win ejes.Vnea I write an article for some medical I It certainly was high tin'e rhe
Iilaey Jilt N IkMEi:. RJVHI I I[ \ she opened lhrm journal But I told Dr Jordon really woke!) and stayed awake
e
.. ws staking her gently I I do it for nv I'd furnish the tOi 1: and quit all dreaming and wishful
tt'trt.. \' Sa.in ie I... K lah Shcken-Areou coins to 1 *:
"a-oujrly I You know I don't care about being j thinking She was a good nurse:
.1SYwklr j jI
IMf'I'7l" e,_ I.IM ti Cut .\, J hn aw.>\ i iJ | byway of greelir. Tail..m I chuckled softly again. "They "j'nothing more She could resign
kl Wntl_ sort of mumbling. And you I seem to think that was what 1 was fiom the clime and obtain work
I ), r..", --No.. I'm gc ing to comical, lIilfiwith i I I cNev.h"rBut like him
Jr. Chamber cf : vary I after too wanted me to consider this nidll
Commerce (K) l..Jd him til thenrutiktt. riseaf'rlr Loath hanging open anti joining the staff Jordon- lime had grown dose In Hiidred'sheart
Jar4> 1.\ 1:" 11.1"1<' .:1. : II ::td *s loose as a rag doll's. I I suied me he could get me theappointment. : the children she helped
R.+Fis4 r..I; Rare ..t ik.pp "I I looked _ I was ." were very dear to her. She could
Far.kki. Jtfi.H-s P.tur-phy pe-nw.1b rut ssvno.atei1 with aiy . say head' She \&a ".-\ you wouldn't'" . I'I'I I'nd i,, not desert them now.
...... f FH ..... Sam l.aw ren'e.CWtat club to h,s have Pin,": t1hcd 0" j aw'jke r.ow She sat up I "And give up the clinic'* No. that wal'not the way out
J-.t: Kvtiett I :err head as straight as if She had known that would be : cither, she d'eidcd. She would
SwretuicJM.I. w. Hen 'l5tiir tn xmuU like
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I wired "Well 1 like his answer It was the one she have to Just
oven
go on. as sure would
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lFsrn p R -x Charts J. (-w. tit donate D.. Thn1t)31'n. Lt il-
: n You the who would want him I
I were one ws 3 I to gi\e 'I go on loving Ran y. though he
I"" H.,.". lliio \r> and making all kinds of "I'm terribly proud of you" IIildrai !| w-ouid never know Yet there
i .n.a. O R.r .tl Kn-..i and JwII Cha.lw Sjki-i. I_ Barc I Ard you did not look said her voice choked with be soma v.aV . somc'ht.w . .
IIr1i lM Frank Kev Mr.. H A. Moore. ;>-:.tty \\ou,,elf. Dr. Baird" I I emOt ion. I hope was eternal and she was rag
I Indnvidials ( ) Ina Ilimnxl Barbara Baugh, and : Runty chuckled and 'Its nice of you to say that ; afraid.
V The illi'' in' .-. individual Eddie Pease I down to null tnt has!oek I Ilildj I could not wall to tell you i i (To lie ronttntml)
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; "rIII.Imc" sins/,/*' / riwA/ffi fiirjtlin rttllnr. Icing train. f/*-

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llannnxl rlip In /, f* Inllt' i *.i/ iHnnmntl nt'cLlan* ant vnrrins

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tittiin\l her steel ,uv'arts.

By DOROTHY ROE
Press Fashion Editor

Looks and New come and go. but the romantic tradition of the wedding

OLD iwn remains : :.': through the ages. The object of a wedding gown
f is now and always has the bride look as neatly as possible like an angel
y J ss I though in everyday may be a con firmed tomboy fond of blue jeans and flat-heel.

ed shoes, on her wedding must be glor ified-and usually she is.
This season wedding as beautiful *r

and as romantic as ever a little
1|I dress later on. To achieve this double-duty
more so.VI te satin and lace re-
main the favorites for weddings ,i puioose.'she usually cuts off the train after the
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wedding and may oven have the gown dyed a
but imported organdie is a runn r-up.
The bride may choose >l regal and !. pastel tint.Fashions.
dignified styles with long, sleeves and in wedding rings run more to diamonds .

princess lines and the of a this year with the narrow diamondI

less formal mode with round- I I hoop in great -demand Wide bands. of either

neckline less elaboration. may have a I I yellow gold platinum or palladium also arc
floor-length veil of old lace, may choose
the more modern and flowers j being used a great deal. with or without jeweled

i made by a milliner. settings. There also is a trend to build
The practical bride choose a I up the front of the wedding band for greater
wedding gown which may as a dance display of the small diamonds used.

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- the glass ba little girl rratmn d3"S. was puked up "If
1.\1' Vtituh 'tcr via iJadio hint C.mo) Asks For Drink, she immediate rectM.- the =trt't and adopted bv ttirBi
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I ? as her long lost daughter tones famil\ owners hf tM
ADMIRER BOWS as he grasps the extended hand of King ; _.
The reunion was a dramatic shop where Vtolcta s nwthtri t't -.pl -
LbduUah of Trans Jordan (left white turban) as the Arab lead- I Finds Dau ; ;[ to a 39montharch for ** for the water

ia escorted by Arab Legion troops as he leaves Holy Sepulchre ->ear-old Violeta Ngo by her
Burch la tM Walled City o* Jemsalem shortly before surrn- i MANILA (AP).-A f the police and the Phil Geriatrics is the branch ,>f

4... of Mt-ditch Jewish lighters in the Old City. King Abdul- hunting woman who I > Red Cross. The child sep medicine d..nniUa aginfit'
Uh prayed at Motle mand Christian shrines during his .i: iL a store for a drink of water from her parrrit in fcb- the apd."TCESDAY. .












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THE VETERANS
CLASSIFIED ADS

BRIDAL HEADDRESSES i i CORNER J f:


By BETTY CLARKE 4..AAAAAAA_.......
for the 1
Informal
AP Newsfeatures Beauty Editor QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Aihrrliscra t,,_

DTlHERES something about a bride . whether she wears ON LEGAL SERVICE AND I s. .TE.! run RH.I TtrF i.'" ... tas'm wt f.ei'ified P.'T raasttirsty ides,

J blue cr write diamonds or rhmestones. A girl about to be DOMICILIARY CARE I n.e tl, ; ie.ariabt' to wrjssn. ,
under th. liVlll a.l regular a.ivertierrs wltb ledger
4irerl1eintnt9 ae
married hardly needs to be told that her wedding day charm Questions .re oft n ask d by i i be Inserted In Tiet'1 ,z.n at <->.anew. .,n.y..have their v ad: kertUf.PIRI.I141IO .
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is the simplicity of her grooming veterans n'g."ding legal 'en ices j the rate of .e a word for --oh. inmcni. hwrg d
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.rlivn. battir minimum harK. r..r F4ULIMtitfTt
Most girls, no matter how flamboyant their choice of cos- : on domiciliary' care These and ]i tb, first iS w..rH. ..r le." l' ::.S. ir-nr c iil IKatl..n. 'cop) V.4t
oilier quo,tion. are answered by j I'The rare for fclarkfurr type i. :;. II I i.in. Thi l'lz"n office l>fft...'tl
'! _vrd. and the minimum charge fur .:. |... in the morning tt the ta/
., V."ffj.i and published in this j I'': the first 1. words is 4sc. or "ublic.dlvn. : :.
column h\ the Key West CitizenI

.. I I' a si.trviee to our \ctcran I s ,
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., R All advertising i. atrepied under the f..ii.wlnr r..nattt.C tittL
Q. I World War II .
am a veteran -
4 J ,,. 'rent of error iw a.1..riising, ransieni".r ..,.trw i Tb. ittssn .sat i;
and would like to know ;! r."poDsible unit Stir the firM In".r'.A In .Ia..ifieA td.vrti.i.j. a
how umch an attorney: who represents ;I "'..'.' %4 .. "
her. the eeeurs
part tit the adu.r..m..nt err..r "
mo in m\ claim for compensation :
., or pension against the j I. .. . .. . 1/ s

Veterans Administration h permitted I WANTED FOR SALE "

.o r to charge MALE OR FEMALEIf I ..1
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A. If the attorney i. admitted: Bungalow small store build',g

t<>. practice. heforthe VA he may I you're a neat local resident Ix'- j and lime grt \e on four alee
1. and &i
tween 35 and 60 own a car lous ?e. x i good
OJ' $2 in a claim for increase in I I i enjoy making friends. welt I II Section This can 1 be boohti D

compensation or fM'n.iun provided show you how to earn from easy terms. Johnson & John

\ he claim is allowed. These I I Si.50 to $3 an hour by loll..wi i son. Phone 372. junl-tf
ft'i's air paid by VA and deduct.dfrom card
II I ing our methods. Drop a
: monetary benefit awarded to P.O. Box 977 for ;
particular
: ';!i1> Bouumtie Mantilla. the claimant. Electric refrigerator: buffet; tv
I I No obligation. ; flty-li"e Leghorn pullet. 1t11
Q. I have been crantcd adinLr-
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ct: \s;-,K: UI: \IJM . Medium length' hair i" ir rril ion to a Veterans Administration junl-23-3-9-106t} White Street mar26-8tj

wnintlhl\. ', turned under to fire appearance "/ domiciliary homand: now I I
STORAGE gallon
outside $275:
White paint.
woulil like to know if it is +
sr" nl,'r 'IIilI,. II urn lit flatter it h the romantic siblfor me to take my wife with po I i 9.inch electric fans, $8.50 TJnb

nuns till's headdress designed fur he June bride In me to Stay at the home I Red Brick Storage Co. Furniture ertv &. Co. 846 Olivia roMP

Jlflry fIOfllpllfc A. No The law dies not per- :I or commerciaL Phone 793. jmaylltf. J ker. Call 1597 ju'l-';
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I mit the wives of servicemen to -_-4.Fi i.

tumcs for street or ordinary formal year. choose only the most i| be admitted to am domiciliary I .urty-two cu ft. four-door stainless

ladylike fashions in.which to say their "I Do's." home of the Veterans Adminis- FOR RENT I teel electric refngerfcton;.

i This year there is a "new look" in bridal headdresses as in 1 i ration. teed nine months. Apply till
everything else. But still simplicity reigns whether the bride : Q How do I calculate the period Store to let 35x60. At 213 bitnon-I i' Fleming Styx-el. [nac293tTwofamily =:
of di Call II. Altman. Phone
ibility time consumed ton St. .
selects; a romantic Spanish mantilla or a tulle bonnet in whichto .
:chile I am taking a corrtrpon- 68%. junl-tf
make her vows. Be sure to select a headdress which will home. completely
t dente course under the G-I Bill'j
hairdo whether short medium furnished. Apply G20As he Sti
or
complement your long. i >
. I i A. On- -fourth of the elapsed Nicely furnished bedroom home
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Hair is shorter than it was during last s bridal season. upstairs. mav296txi :
year timein following all
: your correspondence
hot and cold running \\alcr J --3
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....- '. -. .. : course will he charged electric. all conveniences $125 _
tt against your period of entitle i month. Phone un-1\t or 73 500 -sheets. 82 x II. white news

m."t. may 31-Gtxl print. :;;c. i\rtman Press, Citizen

Q If I am hospitalized in a Ikuldins. Plionc :il. ,' .) t

Y tcrans Administration llo pii RENT-ROOMS I road. *9,lot
FOR .
I t.11. must the benefits from my II 3sF.lcctrit f
hospitalization: insurance policy I rangeCondition fafr
: Light housekeeping room, $3.00
tx assigned to VA to $15.00 per w cek. 411 Wil- II $60.00. I II-C Pomciana Ex
A. If treatment i. rend"red fora Imyx tension. rMj29-4tX
'n'i'nnC'tro disalnhtv. ham Street. - 1i t ti .
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: the amount of the policy that i OVERSEAS HOTEL- I9.J7 Cncley automobi small

p'.vjdes for he pital expensesnm 917 Fleming Street i. mileage IlohnerIlione iteeordioh.t .
-t IK assigned to Veterans Ad- "
I I t 51 maj29-4U
Weekly Rates
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of gf mim-tration'- If the policy provides I
$3.00 to $10.00 without Bath !
sT for stipulated amount for
he period of disablement, it is 1 $12.00 to $J5.oo with Bath j I Oil ranee A-l ctrnditwu. $::6.09.. .
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I junl-If 1501 United Sheet .
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t not necessary that it be aligned iasy31.ta
I (Veterans wishing further in- I
... I rmation about xeterans benefll" Plain airy. comfortable rooms
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\ .)I,"" 'ora&l. ... : may have their Questions an- ( 513 Whitchcad oppc>ite courthouse l'n-Mim Club g"o: .IRc Mtsitie'F.
may 31-3tx .. R"aSQn-ror sell
J! severed by writing: th" nearest J >eat 9n.
()...r > .\\ K' . o/ this short hair takes In tinrornetl VA Regional Office I ing. SW Duval Street

; opet; hunnet ,,/ trhite pester trimmed tit J Rooms men only. 1017 Eaton 1 junl-4t#
I Street junl-3tx : IA
: the side rill huge silk Peg Fischer, CARD OF THANKSNeighbors -
ft rtt "e. Oreltlesirner. \
One 5'l . nutboardjnwlor. :
sutpas4LitJsr worn trilhnnl the reil for r rre..im?ly kind and friends following were the ex I FOR RENT-APARTMENTS months olil And bkcrT. jfP. '

strnstster fttrmitl "cc"snnn. -"* j1 CPalTi of *our J IIATI 'one ullie 3010 ScidcnliergInternational Ay&t0tt. .. '
r 'I Furnished apartment. 3 rooms ..:junl
O<. ,.mdarrna. To those we wishto
: But few brides want a really short hairdo which may be corn i| extend our sincere thanks and and bath. Maid and janitor

pletely concealed by the veil. Although the ;hair should not fctej deep appreciation for their many: I .crvicc. .linens Summer and rates.utilitiesfurnished. Cor- i} panel truck, ftfcw

too long and trailing down below the.neckline of the wedding kind acts of ympathv and especially I rubber, good mechanical contHtion. -
al Hotel Apartments opposite
dress there should be enough of thehai showing complete i do wi wish to. thank Post Office. ma>21-10U I Ready to go. Phone' 1042.

the look of temiiimty which every bride tries 10 achieve on her those who sent flowersilrs I S to 5, junl-3t.

wedding day. (To the nape of the neck: is a good rule) Rocilln Othandarcna Efficiency apartment alt Willi i ________ i _
and
The most popular bridal hair styles reports the American junllt'I ramih I ties furnished. Adult only. Also I FOR SALE-USED CARS

sleeping rooms. $10.00 to $12.00
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HELP WANTED-MALE j double. Stutz Hotel 410 Firming 1"T7 Packard fordor sedan new
Street jutil-tf !1 i paint. good tire radio Ca

I t lie seen at Tony Auto Body:
Young veteran to learn printingtrade. i '
Apply Key West Citi- !i i Furnished 2 2-room apartment. I I Shop. 603-605: Green Street;.
furnished. $69.00 ,
may23-6t
zen. maj 2S 5t I Utilities }I
monthly. Couple only. Apply
J t 915 Windsor Lane, junl-tf II III
.., ;; FOR RENT-COTTAGES I l'34 no Terra nut plane Call.Poor good OW condition Cfilg1:.

w Furn -h<'d. new one-bedroom ,-vt-I I' Completely furnished new CUi-I Service Station. between 5:00
cicncy apartment. Electric 'may29 3ti
tage, near bcath Adult and 7:00. .
onl>. No pets. The Price Organ i i frigeration. Continuous bo* !

"1# isation. Realtors. 411 FlemingSt water. Phone 215junltf I II I 19:& Buick special sedan. $'Sflrash.

'tdi Phone 124 I 627 Eaton St4 cct-
Efficiency apartment Couple
may'11-tucs- rs-sat-U '%93tI
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Paul's Tire Shop. maj
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(otlase newly renovated completely may26-6tx .I
1939 Dodge panel truck. $590
furnished with linens .
:
Furnished apartment adults only cash. 627 Eaton Street.
diMic" gas electric and \vatcr I
: 703 South St. Phone 22Gmay27. may 29-81
Suitable for ,
two adults
fiTun. one
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..-,.- ." .child or three adult $90 .
1 i J942 Nah 660L 4 door. Seat ctV-
; .:\ LOOK I.UIDL . L -
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,'/,,<<'/_,. fl1 the mtjie ,,/ the scale, tiered softy- nrerllie I each. Utilities Inrnishrd Facing Cheap. $&93. 33 Bert

Ici'ifili s In. the tinennin flair lJCiII Institute.l I REFRIGERATION Navy Commissary Cad I Bcacli may 3114i><
1129-M ma>29-3l
*<'i'nrl eif n/,;" ,,,11,.. tnin jHirent horsehair i* I 1946 -
(; ..ranttrd domestic and commercial 1942 Buick super sedan engine -
ie\iyiieil for the Itmlpet hritle.lf I i.crriee.: Estimate on For Uint-S3500 a month orp- I Excellent u.roughi A1t.I .
complete overhaul free olfltargt. bedroom ;.p. rtlYK'nt. Lord's Apply 30-2 Poinciana Places


fmo :'hich can bo worn either page-boy fashion or with sot '! ::Service Phone Eliuk.ttL may29-3tx t : -

curls. in LOCK 721Wm23-6tx Oldsmobile, 19rd IkY37
The gist who already has cut her hair short and can't do I I '-- 2 apartments ""..ilNe. Inq-.rire and motor good condition thirst
William Street
I .. 411
iin>thing about it can wear several of the brushed forward MISCELLANEOUS A-. tell Going o\rrtrus. Fir!4
lyles to relieve the severity. i iII II I < ma31.tx: reasonable offer Phone 13M"l; .
I %Washers irons;, vacuums and I 37 Rest Beach may-31-fh
need a by all means to j
you permanent wave arrange get 1 fans repaired. OBnai.t. Phone '1 2 bedroom 2nd floor apartment
one several weeks before the wedding day. The bride should $97.50 month. 523 Gnnnell St.
j I'| llbJ M junl-lf'j .
certainly look familiar to her friends and husband.to-be and I - I I Phone 1183-K mornings between 1941 Ford. club coupe Phone

many a last.T'nute permanent has been a disappointment if ,., For guaranteed plumbing and re I nine and twcl\e m..%3l-3.% I 133C-K- ma\31 3U

not a shock. I pairs. Free estimate. Call J
SUCP things as startling hair arrangements or a new shadeof : John Curry, 512 Margaret SL For Rent-bmall furnished ap.nl 1336 Pontiac. Fwr-dor Sedan $250

hair dye ere other taboos. Everybody wants to see the bride I' Phony 781 junl-t. menU 419 United Street Apply l Apply 407 Olivia Street., after
:I 1224 lJu\al Stn.'Ct. junl-If 4:30 PM junl-4.
rappmd unadorned with arti'icial embellishments. No t
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bride will get criticism on her wedding day if she sticks to the I Caroline Shop :!:!:Jnn Strctt - - - --

:':imphci'y! formula But if she deviates from this path. she is i I w til remain open through i iI

inviting unpleasant comment on the most important day of: Jur. with inc.'a."mtock of Till
her life.Home.. i new inexpensive cottons for !! I If
i 5JjPt'Uand drdJl"rieFrom Key West Floor Covering Co.
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:' elude two speeds in nvtf in--, I and Saturday afternoons 132 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1454
Made I ,
I 1 <;t .id vf tine usual one and fie c. I I ma j 23 6tx
: sprrd 1 raD..mN.It.hlri1.. conv i lists Just peen I/mi'cfl

Tractor Works I ]'[I bJicU with a tw peed rear axle,, ; Willminl-lbl4 pt."al'rtifi: Exclusive Distributor in Key WastKentile" 1
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I Vi\" > the tractor IB l pcvd fo.warri .'- tate hold*'n-: please u.the$' II

'I farm ,to 33 irtitc their d ..dlinr .
PrS MOINEs.-.Ws.-Twt. one per years :
> f.which I
Uur hetitai 11"," hate a tl.w-I| hour 4 1 IS September E\an for I
--- Pilkmgton studio I Ii
r 1 nt- built thtniMKirs sifted !
;, n"t lo Junk \arils and u-...-diit.akrs la. The Federal Fuod and t>nijdministratMia junl-tue -thu->it.C I: ASPHALT TILE

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Carl Antotts and his .\ mforr s 1 hc I
., 1.tW: -InILc.'st..r CbikK. Food Drus and CtJ'in.tJrn. f. ,Fear all t\pi:* viuwdwurk. contact Makers of the Fittest ttleiuletl Colors, 1 -
n. cuc.1 a lht speedy tractor 1mi the Tea Importation. the Im Roberts Cabinet Shop 803Carvimr i

l' baha Unabi to find twist Milk Ac-t. the Caustic Act i Street I'huntf \; ! Including \Vbite Blue &Iwiy
p.' thin;: 1u sun their neetfc- - { and the Filled Milk Act Staten ooors. cabinets of all I I

i 't their o-n inatiuoe for airvist'roo. f'' kinds .!.*... srrcvtis etc.
': J Read the Classified Ads 'in The i ex vrtly matk-to-ordci.. i li[ CALL US for FREE ESTIMATEr I

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t I: BENNY'S TROPICAL i> TRADER : WHERE TO BUY IT When ..certain there product U 1 doubt Ju or et terrice to where l n.ededad IHS! DIRECTORY WILL DIRECT YOU


"I Motor Court : : : ............................................. ......... ........ .............................................
718 DUVAL STREET PHONE 1000 :

: Ownership 9Ut) Simnnlon-Management si. : Nice Selection of GIFTS'and SOUVENIRS :, ; If I It t I Is Electrical! I WE W E REPAIR SELL IT1 m! ; POOR OLD CRAIG :

Ol BENNY FERNANDEZ 1'I.ly of Arliou Tuys for the Children We Will Call For and Deliver WHITE STARCLEANERS Service Station :

.Serving BREAKF .ST. ; OURSHOWING Electrical ; 30 Years' Cxperienca Electrical Work :
t 8 io 11 : ofHOME AppliancesSEE PHONE Int
; ; ; : J. H. BRADY. Manager
, : .LUNCHEON.DINNER. 5 to 11:30 8:30The to 2 .........................- ......s..............c. ; 211 Duval StreetTELEPHONE : Marco M5a. Jr. : ; Frtneis and DirUioa Streets :::
h ................................................. : . ELECTRIC : 701 DUVAL STREET Prop. Tire Tube Batteries Auto Arcrorie
tlesl of Sleiik : ; 41 : :

+ Short Orders-Sandwiches : \ SUNDRY STORE':: ................................. 821SIMONTONSTREET_ -......."Your.....PURE.....OIL...and....GASOLINE.........Dealer"............:
I At All Hours . 1207 DIVISION ST. NEAR COR.WHITE IS't. ; :... '. !.......!.:.........' :........................ Dry .leaning; ; ............................................S
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Try Our Frozen 5 .1( P.RITCHARDI I curl Pressing
; TROPICAL DRINKS : ; "Your Patronage Invited" : RUSSELL'SDRY RADIATOR SERVICENOW
t : : ; ; 24-HOUR SERVICETreePickUp : ; ;
O|rn IL.IIY and Snn.ldy.. ; and
& A.M. to Midnight : Ice Cream Proprietary MedicineSick I FUNERAL : Delivery Service ; AVAILABLE '

. ........................' .. Room Supplies: School Supplies : ., : GOODS ,' SUIT: for SI EN ; O Rod(:.leaning O Re pairing and/ ./'/"*/"",: ;

:. '..........Toilet......Preparation..3..........and....Article......*........*.e j HOME .: ; 1106 OLIVIA STREET : : and WOMEN : : TONY'S AUTO AND :

1 J .............5555555555. ................................................ : let Those!' S,'rrc :: : PHONE 373Specializing ; lratlc PHONE I >Mra I 282"urc :, ; 603 OS GREENE STREET BODY SHOP ,

.t : GOMEZ : 5 MUMFORD' \' and ROSS Who Serve Best ..................... ................-.............................. .

4 .: 220 DUVAL STREET WE HAVE NEVER : in : ...... ............... ;............................................
i ; FURNITURE CO. : Exclusire Monroe County Distributor forCarrier : BETRAYED ANEVER TRUST- : : :
1 : I Women's{ and CAROLYN SSAVS
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: 720 DUVAL WE WILL : ; : {I ; ; '
STREETJiitrnilr I
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.. Air-Conditioning LOPEZ Overseas Hotel 919 Fleming SL
Furniture : : : Ambulance Service J Children'sApparel : : r
lIutiSF"UIU : ; for Domestic and Commercial Use ; ; ; : DONALD BARBER ,:

.: :.. : FI'RMTl'RK: e. .333......._.........PHONES........ _ ISO Telephone 518 J : ; ; Funeral Service : :. v We Specialize la S
Plastic ?a" ....................: : : w. Treatments Hair DyeingALL :
Inlaid Scalp
_! Axminster Broad Congoleum feltRADIOS ; ................................................. ...... .Never.....Sleeps.......... ....................... : : Established 1885Licenced Phone 175 TTPP or HKI.KMS rrirritPERMANENT .
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ElectricRanges : ............................................S : : FuneralDirectors ............................;....NA..\aa..; ......... .:

and. ROTPOIUT : : amiEinbaliurrs : ................*.. ................. ...... ,
J A MYERS
I Appliances Refrigerators. Disposals and Electrical Appliances : 0 : STF.LL'S BEAUTY NOOK lif. -...

Terms Arranged" tltatirtg Machines for Ininirdiulc )Delivery : Licensed : : 21IIourAmbulance ; Scientific Beauty Culture ", e'
OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M.. ; : : J in All Branches b :
: MON. and SAT. HOME APPLIANCE ' S : Thoroughly Experienced '

\ ...................... ; 60S SIMONTON STREET PHONE 11 : PAINTING Contractor Service Operators I t
'..."..........................................: : FREE ESTIMATES ALL WORK GUA.OUTTEED ? :, Soft Water U: d ExclosiTclyI L 1 1I

.................... :................................................ ; T.l.pbon.9127. 114 DUTI Street.Jefferson Hotel : : Phone 135 Night 636 : Phone 637 S36 Fleming St. /
.: : ; ............................: ................. ...........e.e........ ... .........................................
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: : PRICE Key V/est Garden & Lawn ....:.........................................
: TOURS :. .: Supply : : ..f 11(''' Fort If ant FASTER, BETTER ........................ Jo"onnf"r Customers. Friends and the Puhln. InvitrU :
. 914 FLEMING STREET PHONE 1019 : I
Passenger : ; FLOOR SANDING' : : Frances Beauty Salon I
: ; S Full PET! SUPPLY Key West, FlaSOUVENIRS .
LineFull
Representatives On Old or New Floors- CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE .
: : Frances Cark O vn r .
: fe* : GARDEN d, : ; SUPPLY Line (;.lflrlll"ppIlr'ork.I Modern Method ; ; ; 1010 CRINNELL STREET

FLORIDA EAST. to"rh'fI"s: Sorrier and Delivery : ,J. )DOUGLAS}() TREVOR COM UI SHELLS o llcanly Culture in all Us Pluit

i : COAST RAILWAY, ................................................. I JEW' J llarri I \ I 1'hone 1374-R : ; All Sizes ;. ; / Facials Permanents- Shampoo- Scalp-Treatment Manicuring ,

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Row Locatad Next ............................................ COCOANUTSSPONGES ............................................. "
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DR.' COBO'S ; on\dwcllmqi.: Fire Insurance Landscaping, Marl and Top Soil : ; Marion i S S CASA (:AY0 :eeee-;;, S
: OFFICE mere a n t i I IIIrESO \
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bldgs. house. by INSURING withAtlantic TOP SOIL. $&..50 PER YARD or $1.00 PER SACK ,
FLEMING STREET : ; hold and per ; MAUL HAULED. $5.00 for 4 YARDSReeson.bl. : Will ., ; BEAUTY SALON 11;; i1
Rear of La Concha Hotel sonal effects. Mutual Fire Insurance Co. .' Also Lots Cleared and Marl Spread-Very of Shipor CanadaPart Southernmost House in U.S.A." .,
All Policies NonAsseuabUJ. 1400 Dun Street Telephone 1314 ..J
a..77 PHONE 124 ;. ;. S Jv.f"Irrf".nhle 15'; on : Marcy 5. PalacioSouth I Expert Hair Tinting Hair Cutting : .,. .
1021 Olivia St.PHONE
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ie.........eeeeeeeee Stork L. Crusoe, Agt. Phone 674B.&B. G WEECH ; Personalized Permanents .Styling .t ,

a ..... ........................................ 801JEFFERSON 401 Street Corective Facials i
.4. ............................................. KEY WEST. FLORIDA ,: Exclusive but Not Expensive \
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: COFFEE SHOP ..................... ..............................'..."""""
: : CYCLE SHOP : : : For More Natural
Ride the Bus lo the :
Hair Tint
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: : US DUVAL STREET REAL ESTATE
.: COLF COURSE in9 or Finest
822 Fleming St. R. M.Daniels.Prop. Phone 1013 Open Daily and Sunday, : e I la Permanent
Sales]
5 P.M. lo 1 A.M. ; ; ? Wave . .
; ; Cushmaii Motor\ Scooters SERVING T\. Appraisal ,

Sales and Service Immediate Delivery ; : COMPLETE 111IlerS 'f ; Leases s : Beauty
: S : BICYCLE : Also A La_Carte and Sandwiches : : Rentals : '' y r ,
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SeatfcT"""" Rental I Service ..-............REASONABLE............PRICES...................: : Management\ : Colony .
'I TAKE : Buddy .............................eeeeeeeeeeeeee.* Improved and Vacant r :x- 521 Southard .'
: BUS Parking. I'lagsWindshields. : Properties in K.y West ; ; ,' Street
and Monroe County Next to South '
N0. I : s. INSURANCE e
S S to the : ; =i' : ; : : J. OTTO : : ermnrast School Beauty

LINKS GOLF : O Footrcsts : : FIRE WIND AUTO BONDS : KIRCHIIEINERREALTOR : : r rr An Licensed
; -teT HUM ; and ALL OTHER COMPLETE COVERAGE : ; ; ; 1 :

S : Have Fun : ; Alpo DA\TON BICYCLES and i Key West Insurance Co. : i 913 Ill Whitehead Fleming Street StreetPhones : SpecializingBeauticians Modern inMost ;

KEY WEST GOLF CLUB ; STEELCOTE RUBBER ENAMEL :: ; 319 SIMONTON STREET PHONE 1171 ;: 124 and 738-R : Phase olBeauty : ..
............ ................. in : ; : CultureAppointment
.. ............... Directly Front of Postolfice : '
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;, 55555555555555555555555555555555555555555555 ............................................*. SS555555555 ...............SE HABLA.ESPANOL.............
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24 HOURS SERVICE .: : | BEAUTIFY I j INSURANCE j Good Work-Lov i iing s
S Experience in Watchmak ; ; FOR SALE ; Pricesft
4 qualifies us to assure .. ., Our Customer Mdst B. 2 Your Entire House with .. ,. J PJ4c Daily Appointments between 9:30 AJ4.are .and :: ,. :e e
you accuracy and dependability , {
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in repairs. ; Satisfied I 1 1I from public by Senior Students of v. :
; INLAID ; ; '
Whether it is the inex- . 920 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1310 LINOLEUM 321 SOLTIIARIISfrREKT .!

i pensive seven jewel or : : OVERSEAS (CYCLE: STORE : I i : .' ': TheSouthernmost ,",. s : .
the noM' costly seventeen or ASPHALT TILE : : Opposite Bu Station \ If :

jeweL guaranteed.infinite care is always !........"......................:.................................; :2 EXPERTLY INSTALLED: , School : till.
S ; : : PHONE HO. 1 : : of f Beauty t Culture
1 If your watch is not 'DRUM and" TKLLI'HOiNE: 1451 FOR ESTIMATE I
giving you complete sat S BAR '
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523 Southard Street
!isfaction. why not bring , K [ ,
it in? Our charges are ex- S ; PACKAGE DEPARtMENT : eyes t -THEPorlcrAIlcn- ; ; There are a number available with over 800 hours
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e tremely reasonable. of state approved instruction who know the latest o
e 925 DIVISION STREET PHONE 1112 S : : I phases in beauty culture These student beauticians.!"
: DAN VAROLL : _-We Deliver"- Floor t J under supervision of a licensed tracher of
Co. cult
..: ; WATCH REPAIRING and JEWELRY. ;, ; 9 Best Drinks and Coldest Beer in Town : ; Covering!! ; : Company : : though beauty appointments e, do good are work not required at very low it is prices.advisable.Als*

On Premises Packaged Goods : : 130 DUVAL STREET KEY WEST. FLORITA : ; : For Appointment : ..:

:: 313 Work! Done rU-min-i street" ; .;......................::::::::::::::::::::::....::::::::::::::::ie..a.. ....................... J.......523....SOUTHARD...........ST...eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. or PONE 537 ..*e t
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q, f.; When You Go :: ;! FANS s 5LASH 00 to $4 9 00 :; :: May Clearance .si; ; r. !


,. :, Food Shopping e or TERMS '---l.. SI2.'S> Values $10.95 ; :
t : T' Regular :
.t... Be Sure to Get . \IE SI'A111S I Regular $10.35 Values S7.95
FOR RENT
Tlie fVMf:< -*(
Ladir. (:OAT suns II.tI.I:-I e IHCE:

S d/otJlVAt. A Radio RepairService) : : 1".1....: DRESSES" : Grrat1 I\' I Kwliicnl: : : A (Good! Location On Tlii.s I'ane! :

S }((at.lrrirerl-li'IIITFDi1' :. ."F.s; : ;

's ENRICHED BREAD i ] for GIUDVATIOM FOR 1,1'FOIr.11.1T11),1'' '
; ; .Couch Covers .Linens .Plastic Table Cloths ,
in Sonllt I loridnAl's .Curtains. I
The Foundation of Today' ; "' q"1 and Aprons .SUy.erware Radios Electric Irons ; PIIO\K XI
/ \ : : "ConvenienJ Terms Arranged"HAMILTON ; .
; Ask For the Advertising M ngt
tleuJ Planning ;
: :' : I .:. Music Co. : MERCANTILE CO.
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I' rAHALDO FHOltE1M TELEPHONE :
RALPH .' Th. Lat..t 522 Southard Street Corn :
Key Wee tl..t ; HIT 707 WHITEHEAD STREET. Near Angela St. :

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i : GIANTS GET TWO CARDS !'ATHLETICS LOSE AND WIN The Weather oJIllItlliIQtItItIlnllkl -

Kantor Men's' Takes ): N.C.CS.N
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I Class B Second Place With ; : I [ Key: West! and Vicinity: Mostly PROGR.UIIIJjIlUlUnWJt.llll11UIflII1lalHHllH1IHBIIIIIIIIt'

.' .,. ... : partly clo tiy with uideiv scat : !
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t. ", Take CPMnI l GaUl.FroUl.1
'; Ji i i I tern( thunderahowe"s this artrr TUSU.\-:

[ Win Over Hospital, 6 to 4 ".. ln! ",tnn, K.H.p Lead; St. r'0 i noon Little. tonight and Wedasdj\" :'.. 1000 A. &M 12if: .".o_Na\\.

: 1, \ thanqtin tesrperatureGentle Wives howling at ubm"rm.

i 1 ; J.olli,. artlinala: .. low 21 Star I ; to mtiderate!' vanaW' na.....
t u-slar: or' CMIi: 11I 'k ; : <; I \\ .tacls (i...>::.tfy northetlvj 2:110 P.M. -:00 P AL--Naw

.-- -. se- To Cinriittiati:: Reds. i I Florida: Partly cloudy. with I Wives Red Cross rrrst Aid

t I' \UK I.\S1' NIGHT: ; fC Slerling's Lungs .. little change in temperature today !'I Class at NCCS
1 Baseball
I I rrM>l I League tonight amiYedneat1y. k 1 7:30 t>..M. 10:00: PJrt.-U. S,. Naval .

: U) I.U)NI I': TILT HB; i Palalka NEW YORK, June I-Bj win- j 1 Club- W. L. I'ct.. Widely scattered AXicrmmrt and : II< "pital Party jotntlvi
Have
| -h I ring the second game t>f a holiday .- '. Tampa 3319: .63;; evening thundershowers in east .:i with Amerwon Red Cmt-
HIM U l.r.: \III\C) : 1J.KS: portion today and over south:
t doubleheader yesterday' : the Havana :1.11: .611 'i i ((2nd Tuesday).

;Writers 'All Agog' i} Philadelphia Athletics jumped St. Petersburg 3U1 )56 cast portion WI'tirwsday. 1 7:00 r M 8:30 P. -17. S Naval -
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Knt<.t M n's ?|h..p race to wond I East Gulf <.f Hexiro: Gentle torI .
j Miami !96: .;.527Miami ;:! Ilo&pitai. Entertainrt-!
back into the American League 1 inds mostl\ :
B Softball mode'r.te variable :
> pi-re in the Class
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lk..f"I262..; 300Lakelamt i Wards (3rd TU t3T).
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L if u. 1 last night bv defeating J Clayton Sterling firt ba=man -- - I lead after losing it 10 the Boston 2331 A26tVest northwester:: [ixlav. tonight' and I i I i WEDNESDAY

front the FltHida-International ; Red Sox by dropping the first' Bear21 31 .IIH : Wednecudx Partly cloud l\ 1-00 P.M. 11 OJ J'.M.-l1i11ind.>.
11." .N.v..1 |II.| pital outfit Gin Palm' wrather I II !I I :

.fl.e.Iwning game of a double i I League. pet on all-titne rt-cord ''game. 7 to 0 They war the! <:ccI Fort. Isaudrnlaic 19! :t0 .3.n I Jacksonville! Through the Hori- Ping Pong. Writing Room
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-I.,4: .t liayvM'* Paik The i with o clout that: coaled. ovir the I and contest by a score ot 2 to I.1 (Ids. Straits: Cn-rUe tu inmleratci !i i iihowti:
i 5:00 P.M\ Hospital
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C'I"kl lottlt was an exhibition light pole in \left field." a recent Clevelandspht: a doubleheader Major Baseball LeaguesAMERICAN 1! variable wind mostly southeast Patient Fishing Party .....natprogr.Im.
with St. Louis Browns. 8 to 3. and ] to south over southern portion
issue of the Pulatka
IA of ForeignWar !
t".ft'n.I.tera M newspaperrrpnrts. NCt t. YMCA and 1
0 to 6. New YorK Yankees w..n' ( and east to noitheast over north-
-00 the U-SS Odux wtibv .
the Vet 7.6. "He blasted one over the lift j.I twice from the Washington Sena- '! Club- W. L. Pct. I jcrn pot torn today. tonight and 7:00 Ked PAL Cross 10 P.M.-Basing
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TheKantor victory lifted the I center field fence at Daytona Ire tors. The scores were New York Philadelphia :26 1 12 .6S" j I WcuncsdaPartly cloudy weather Training. PAL Equipment
afttorn..n :
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10 Washington 0, New York 50 with widely
-Men's Shop aggregation to within Sunday afternoon for what was Cleveland 2311 .6iG 'ZtO) P.M. 8:30 M. Sevwrui
; The Chicago White Sox splita I and evening Ihund.. troet5. .\'- -
.. I probably the longest circuit clout 14.i New York 21 13 383
on ".. of lb. league-I.sd c I i i Class. Navy 'Wives
with the Detroit I
I on retard for City Islam! Pat k" pair Tigers Detroit 19 20 .487 ,
ia* EU Club. j t : losing the first. 54 and winningthe ,; Jacksonville to Apalachicola! : 7:30 PM. 320: PM.-Spanish
four Staling product of Key West St. Louis 16 11133
TliKantttrs sound runs a Class for Miss
Beginners
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small) craft storm warn
second 93. | No ; or ,
in tlK1) first inning The sandlots and one of the hard t .,> ,j ji Washington 11 21 ..447Boston !1 Rennmd. instructors.
issuedReport
i St. Louis Cardinal lost two 1h1.Ef'It i i
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four iiuikcrs: were, chalk**] up ont hitter product locally for a .yesterday the Cincinnati 14 23 .373 1! 33OPM. 11-00 P.D.mnng.
: walk thice .-florarnJ I a safety number of year opened the '48 1 game > Chicago !926:! .157 f THURSDAY
Reds: 3-4 and 7' ti> 0. Ratfenbeiti I
II* :pitaliurn lallMtt once in the bu-scltoll sa.n'Uh the Miami .. J 900 AM. 5:00: PJ.L-St'.ing
. ... butte and TWnts of th, F.-I. League Re Cmcinutti;, prtcher had a Key West Fla June 1. 1!M3 .
firM; t.. a I. "* on "':u no-hitter going into th* tiishlh'' NATIONAL I i Machine, Typewriter Writing
Lute. ...MJ OTintl. tMev axoin I in the ",nil v he switchttl to Palatka ol SAP +Vir.phuty) when Jones-spoiled: it by hitting a Club-- W L. Prt.I Observation taken" at City Office Hoom. Saowcr.

FOMM| ....,nd tin a tingle ..n<1 a the Florida State League EROS SLAUGHTER St. Louis Cardinals outfielder, comes iat. &irjfle I '. - 1 New York 20 14 .533 8::30 A-M EST) FRIDAY

4iipl.. by M.rtin Tiny: added, I In the same issue of the IH'W'I('I second base with spikes high, but Giant second baseman Bill : Boston orates. and philadel*' St Louis 20 15 .571PitUbliigh Temperaturehighe 7:':.: 9;00 AAL aaA: OM.-SpringMachine
the fourth to knot the paper! quoted above> Nel l"'c>n lIar-i t yesterday! *
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two hit n in Typewriter -
Rigney doesn't flinch as he makes throw to first base completing phia Phillies split a pairtster- 20 16 ..556PhJla.'lplu.
ttMint Tlie IIt'Un'-t'IIIJ a mitlAirst den spits writer had the follow 3-6. and M* 4 the Lowest 1 lu>' night 7* Kuotn. ShowersSATUiaA ..
double play in fourth inning of game at Polo Grounds in New day. : Brhoklvqlodgers \ .. 19 19 .500 *: g
Won m..nlol rn a flit ticket tl inn to say; about> Steilm-j di'idt'd0.. with 16 16 .500 Mean .
games Boston
York. ended Cardinal
Play one threat but they went en to win al
girl list two "inglesKantnTi | blaming! home run: New York Gion:.H 4-3, and J-10' Cincinnati 18 21 I 4U2 Normal 1:00 PM. COO: PM_-PICTIKFishing -
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w-t.n the. Rater in UK "We've heard of sonsof the i i iinifchl l game. \>hile the Chicago:; Cubs' beat Brooklyn 16 20 .4i4Chrroro Precipitation (si !n un in advam-f i

/.ikih u" bin two d."ihle .....mhi.1 ,,- > home runs knnt.kttl I mil --- -- --- '. Pittsburgh 4. to"3 in the first game '4 22 .3E'. r Total 1 last 2t hours .00 ins. ., SUNDAY

.-.I tjiiili" bn ems and| a Walk tilIMI of Azalea Bowl in year gone bv Jack Villareal .aiIIrOIIwnniI111nathIfnrnwlgw"86! llln wiw did host'the-: cponrwl u"....... ?.01" I I Total this month .83 mI >. IC-30 AM. 11:?O AJlL-Com-
; | two ran : but w..'re willing U. bet l that nom : Whnfs !t : AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 I I TXficttnc! this month .12 in;. I' mur.Kin Breakfast, Wh.t;

At hut tU U-vt were' R>...ani have been as hand hit os: the ont Doing First Came- .- Ol1e. mute : T..talh'9 year 16.79! ins. Hal Club IT.. S. Sub Base

with two "Mnrk-s" for the victois: First Baseman Clay Sterlma drove Tops] Class I "A"League at the :' . R. U. ]E. i i Exitth:.-< year 709 '!I..j'' (2nd Sunday).

Shall y with, two an.i iJiiikr. within over the light pole in left field ARMED SERVICES I Button 790. i, Relative Humidity ':th) PM 7-00 P.M.-Fishi.g

..n.' .has .>,1) IIIIM at hat forNaval lat night ,Philadelphia 042Dobson SPORTS QUIZI I at 8:30 AJ.L I' Trip (sign up in advance).

I Iu4wla. I I -FiIUli the beam 'r; 315 foil Hitlers \.3I.C.A.: I 1 and Ttbbetts: Bride. I fW' Information services, housing

In HM' fN..M Mtadkynd u..1 away from home plate at the foul Jackson Square. WhItehead I UarrL and Franks: <: I. Has Dick (Bonus) WakifuKIbetn "I I I Barometeri ntv mails.Rdigiuu.

stated for the .bust*. S..lomon line and tt.tunuting the pole aa being Jack Villareal. Bobs Sport Shop and Southard Streetssi11ptl8I1A,111tilllAldtN011nG1A61Rtnp81AlI0AN1' . playing: regularly this sta- I i (S-a Level) 8:30 A.M. '. : ; literature library
.. tlir winn.rs.Sloe I 75 feet the clout I i ion 2< .86 n"'.-1011 2 mbt-
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hi | (: .fft n r high put in performer. has amassed a batting !: : Second. Game '' telephones stamps: wrapping and,
I.)' inmn ": It. II. E.I1I'I..t..1 the record books as Ira\"?ling I R. H. E. 2. Who won the recent Beau:; I TomorroW Almanac mailing packages railway express .
l IIO I 200 0.-4 8 3 about 415 I feet before I Kc\in; the average flf .535 to lead the hittersin Tuesday Philadelphia .' 250 i Jack-Tonv Januio fight* j Sunrise 5 33 a.mSunoet ., service, laundry pick-up--

K..nt..u 400 002 s-6 5 4 park the Class:, "A" Softball league. C:30 P. M.-Little Theatre Croup': '4 I Boston : '' AI 1 6 0 3. Had Jar.inoer beaten! 7:12 pxm available to all defense forces'

..tin and Shelby; Rosam! We didn't see tin one the big according: to statistics just released rehearses; Ping-pong; Shuf- (! Coleman and 'Guerra-. : Han IN Jack before their last strap! I Moonrise 2 13 a.w.I I, and their latrulies.

w.1 (...".-... I I fellow hit ilt Daytona !Sunday aft by Official Scorekeeper PedrAguilar > fie Board on the Patio {!I I and Batt .: v L> Marcel CerJan still I I II. I[ MRS\. E. S. COUGHLTN,
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C,1 ... Swt-ttine 2. Kerr Barter -I H noon but from what \\eeheard Wednesday 'j I pean middleweight ( ..Euru-I.I !; Executive Secretary
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1:00 M tfaval
1 lul'jin 3 Zimmerman 1; from the players it must: : -Fishing! Party: First Came. ;5. .\%hat hoi>:e came ill SI.'l"CIud I II ( ; MISS HILDA CASTILLO
tt.'H'-IIOW! lilt: Martin; two-ba have left the pack at bout the C. Albury. also ..f Bob's Spurt Hospital; Patients. Joint Pro- j:.*. R. 11. F in the Preuknes.- Tomorrow s-n-t<.ry.

hiU: lark. Grifft-n: : .....l'n' bases ; 390 foot mark. j ji Shop I h..ll.. an higher averagi.o71 '. gram, YMCA, NCCS. Cleveland .. S9 0 I : i iI I (Naval Base: )
8 JO P. M.-Ye Ole '
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Sweeting Zimmerman: struck i "If this guy keeps on slugging but has been to bat tml>' seven Country St Louis 3 G 0 THE ANSWERS 1 I I .Eastern Standard Time) In tin !81i: : t ,'rt.: ''p.1 1) w.
out: by lloMant 3 bv Martin 3.IW .' them that way he'll make leagueleadin ty, featuring Square Dane.' Cearden ands-1kgftn; Shore.. I' Hiqh Low '
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times to :23! times for Villaieal. : ing Virginia Reels. J J. No. il'" q..l' !' 11.\\1:
I .on balls: off Martin 2. off *! Rogy Ro...cnkraru honker Drtisewerd and.Moss. I CIO ;A.m. .
who cored 16 runs aril ronnettetlpafely 10:15: P. M-Weiner Roast on the] 2 Beau Jack a t.-n-neu"J. .to..h
UuKtitn is: double pwS.'tti: ,,:. look like bunU" I 6:42 p.m. 12:35 p in' .
H; Patio Grille. unanimous decision
fiiiffen, Gogr! to 7..mnM'nn3n. tinter.The i Second Came : _
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averages: follow: Thursday RSt 3. Yes hv won tin fight before -
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tm* rente: : umpire ADDITIONAL TIDE DATA
I'I..vt'rCluhAU U II \ 9:00: P. M.-Dtnce. John Pritch this last Anton a T.K.O. POISON; IVY
.rul VMIarralTin : \rC t Louis .U ft 0 I
Tjm I Reference: :>l tM>n: Key WestTimeol'Height
-- I City Recreation :' '. Albtir' }. BSS 724 .571 ard and His Orchestra. Cleveland 0 .i 1 -I. No, hr was d"'esi..m,1 and, of O\K or sl'M\l: New tre.tmeat

wiklixtw. i4 pihlw.. rx in thee I Jack Vil'iial. SS28 16 la .;53oKabola Friday I Fcnnin and MisS, MuncnrfCrwmtrk lint: the crown to a It- ?.;inIT S"alionTiJ. :high water stop itching.dries up bll.lereau .gasrkly.

)t.aI..ds.n Mn..nl Rattle 'IPI the II VFWI 0 2 .TO") 8:30: Movies P.M-Bridge. Pinochle and ; : Kit'iiiun. Getlrl end: Vegans ;a. "huwn.,; I! BaLia Honda[ ( > _ Program Roberts BSS 25 11 12 .480IKrnandez I ----
flmukl ( Ask
than it
M.wc larger rave 5. (britlge'Oh 10m 00ft IVY-DRY
......1. BSS 20 6 91:>0 8:00: P.M.-Movies.Saturday. 'ILL J'IIlT' SWIM:? I No Name Key isM.'
Casado. aSS First
22 10 9 409 Came
Two w.ilk' by the Vrlcran4IhahIr urs'': I (east end +2h:!Om
10:15 P.M.-Juke Box .
: : Dancing
llwiiiw. r .nihin tl with SOITIULLBayview I J. Mira. BSS 27 9 II107 the R.1 II: E. Because I Love You Boca Chica
IiuikSR4 502 .400 patio. j 9! (1( i
tau >incUMiiritl. time U.SS Park. Night i Detroit I (Sandy PuinU-Oh 40mCak'es '
ONtil S1I4 16 6 6 .374Haiiimk Sunday .. -I 9 ITro"t.
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IM! .. inmM Chicago BROADWAYCIGAR
in .nint .
Oilav itiniMm ( TONIGHT- 9:45: A M.--Java Club discusSion 1 A woman the subuibs wa Channel
'THJdOm.
BSS :Swift
First Game-Elks \s VX-1. 17 8 6 .352 Group. ; . .: chatting over the back fete;!I, (north end) +2h I0inH.4 ft .
Tin SiilinuiiiM. .." nmuntUntan, Game \dams Bather. BSS 21I 7 .333 G n.'.. Popish. Hra'tl1t'y and IU.b.ittsun. with her next door mhlj. oOo
r Second Dairyvs. 11:00: A. .-"Oo to CHURCH ; > Walker. BSS 15 6 5 .331Falli : j jI STORE
IJstiIwtiwa.* '" ik.-.. He walk- Bob' Sport Shop I I i Parties." -I Ii Were 'OinS! to be living; in a 1 I NOTE:

tit live ... .-... ..* tlw> first tU force THURSDAYFirst .m. VFW 27 4 9 J33.i 3:00 P M.-Classical Hour selections better neighboihoi i >d. M..>n:' she (-)-Mmtts sign: Corroction> !
1rr.te tie V... initial C. Valdez VFW 22 7 7 118: i Second Came I : f ll() Dnv.il) SlrlwlCOMPLETE
sun said
< Gbme--VX-1 "5. Naval I tl ; announced. to hesuLlract L
J. GII "ia. Vl-'XV 16 2 5 | R. H. EChuoso .
< 112HoiikmsVrW '
A Inxiii-t Ita\'" the CXljx outfit l 1I..:pita 9:00 P. M.->ellow-.hip Hour on'' "So are we"olunteerod( l MsNextJoor I I (+)Plus sign: Correetiom t<.
15 1
16 5 ;5 312 9
entice masker in the vcrilung -t ins Second Game Robs. Spoil the Patio. Community Sing- cvnfidentlyWhat be :..JJ..I.I .
T .. Ita.... ... ,. aol two J. Ixwis AD 16 3 ;5 ..312Sh.ng.r. Detroit 381 " Are *"
v : ii4ibit Shop vs SubRon 4. ing. Beatrice Moreno at the you moving tt*! (h-U..r..
SIB 26 9 8;: .307 Pearson and Weigel:
Wight "
nliNTil for the '-No her BASEBALL
|tt< two Duns FRIDAY- Piano i were staving I (m-Minute.
\...U in heir. ....U.i4 the wines First Game-Elks vs. Kantor 11 ugiici. SU4 13.4 4 .307 10:00: P. M.-Coffee Hour. | lloiilteinan IVnton. White I.itc-u't' (It.)-Fei..

.........1 T.n r.... IUHM- to Men's Shop. I Vil'aital! AD 23I 7 04Walktr G. S. O meeting 'Girls' Service 1 und WanerNATIONAL: and! Westrum.Second; :i I SCORES
iiitii and .n. the : AD 16 2 5 .312 2nd I i----------
two bn gave Second Game-VFW vs Adams Organization), every !
SuixnaiiiM, :an..th.6,kt-r in Dairy. AI. Acv\edu RSS 20 13.6 ioonSSBob's and 4th Monday. i Game LEAGUE Game i I Your Grocer SELLS That Good

the third That M ht Harm. to the SATURDAYFirst Sport Shop. Game Room Chinese Checkers First It. 11..F POPULAR BRANDS of
R. H F.. 1: I II
Imwrri. Gamt Bob's Sport Shop( VFW-Veterans of For- chess cards ping-pong, pool I j New York 10 13 1 STAR BRANDCOFFEE

In the fouitlt, the Vets won, tlieyaiitr VI. Tutntr's, Miami Spoil. eign Wars.SR4SuhRon. .i writing desks library, current } Cincinnati 4 12' 2 Brookhn I b 1 Cigars and Cold
when l Clautle. V.......,. first 4. magazines various table games St Louis :371Fox Ilansen and Livingston: Palica I AMERICAN ( (

nun nu. .l>tubUi| tu kit: lltipkinwliiMk Second Sliop Game VF\V vs. Turn- AD-Adams DairvPitchers' 'etc.' anti l..a.rn.nno:. : Brazle Taylor King!:, Ramstlel. and fil I and CUBAN Soft I
Drinks
out: VilUreal was hit by *rs' Miami Sport Shop. Showers tennis rackets golf Wills and Gargi.ala.Second' wards. -Try A Pound Today- I

a |Mt.1 hnl_ IxiU Mflei' Valdez fclole l Records clubs fishing lines, cameras. 1 n
thud im a ttuulJ. ktral Valdez Hancock won five and lost checking service film service, Came. First Game

wins bane and NiUreal. landed JUNIOR SOFTBALL none: Robot; won four and lit mailing and wrapping packages I .R: H F. R. H E.I I
Bayview Park. Afternoon none; Arias won one and KK-.I I receiving phone booths Cincinnati 7 S 0
net Mto. .l (iarrta |x i>|' il' out but messages Philadelphia 6 12 1
Fillet bin.1 I Ma. ..U-n- haled a double and Morning noneILrrts: ; won three and lost stamps railway express service, '. St. Louis I. .1 0 Boston 3.7 1 1 8US SERVICE

each. Means walked" and llal- Daily play ont: O'Neilyon two and lost available to SERVICE PERSONNEL Raffcn ber::er und' Lamanno: Hemtzelman. Donnelly antll II

Inn MngUtl lu Mitiunt for hour thiee: F. T\ncs won one and lost Dickson. Bmkhart and Rice Padgett; Bickford. Shoun Bar-

run, f tab Eau h.ts. TENMSBayview three Lesleigh Davis-Director. t rett Hogue, Sam and :11asi. I

On hints l bxt tup to tlte plate Park Afternoon :, Gerald Pinder-Program Director i First Game I

tt. Xla.> !.!>. MiMttl one run on and Night The Amazon received its name ; j I R II E Second Game E.I,
tour tMH-m on liall. Daily play. from a tribe tf male warriorswho Lillian Weaver-Sccrttarj'. i I DrookJ'n' 431New R. II !

.Al l I.at. lury. hit two to lead teem sail! :o live on it- I Doreen Cruz Information i York 381 j Boston 10 13 :2i, J

lli lniur. for th. l>..n. \'. ..- SKATING banks I i Desk Aide. Branca. _.o and__ Hodges_ ,_:__Post__ _Jones_ __ Philadelphia 492 I -
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tt-l, and Vaklr/ hit tine kaftlyf Park. Night I' ------- Spahn and Salkeld: Row'.

-"ifti in tltrii only IIIIM up lu top nUD.Bayview\Y- IHHK-S: .1 RUN FOR TilE Clun .\I.s TilE: 11.\Un 1VtY.o. Sti insjev ich. Nahem: and 5t'nlln'ek.

llw .. ..... .
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7 00 9:00 P.M.
: to : I
In the Dell. Il i|>kin4. Means! 1
and Ration. tairetl for the wintwcL First Game :I RIDE THE BUS
IItSEII.ELMunicipal : I
tol..an llaitm and t MJ. 1 K II rt : ,
Stadium. Afternoon 4 }, oPitUbuith
hiia: ,o
titian for the .we.; ijSttitr '
by iitnintri.. R II FMj NUND.\Y- : :3 -; 1 I II lieiicccr I-Juil'f.' !!

. 311 0111 -6 S 0 To be annoututd \: .h.Donnt'lly.. K>r',\\ 4 Irs CONVENIENT. I

\' r. W 12t101t l '7 5 I IM Army Barracks. Afternoon Rush: and Mctulkm: h: St \\ II PRACTICAL and
.. SUNDAY- Queen Ma.Ilti be ami l Fit/, 'I ECONOMICALWhen
..ttlrfwan; >l T< uih| llanKVUk I
and Flkmwtn . I:la; Atomu lomlicrs v gel old
.. >)''e you do 1 nr .. the hu..
-c-....-.' hiilhuh uu nu |'ppllutiM RamLlrrs3:30Adams f
I inn ll.v.4u.n. two-l a""ebilt ; : Dairy v'>. Sub . Second Came rs rnetnberyou and Io'UOI: mr .gir-..
11 F. r > will both 1I t
V.kkVilUual. =SI.utrni; Ron 4.Three. r y15u.5At R II 1 ..set them.f..u i r
hats
vtm "<
... l .-.' XdUiral VakWztiurk Pittsburgh 4 n o c iMt la.------s'!';
.t lli >M7 ; ...hl ..
; navet. i th .
2-4
: i 1..11 i! .J the
Chicago '
out bv I lain* 2 by \ .
BrothersBuried Riddle and Fitzu* i.ilo (('h..1i.,, '-'''.
Lhis'| oil MaltlMVkn .. off Hums briv Dobeinu anti \VuiktAUTOMOBILE

C. t4l. Vaklr/. : has' off llMri 4 .
Together
In. 3 inning s. winning pilrlkrrVbkley : I DruSt01 .=-- :i-n---iC!;:; _ ':-
. IIIIM of Halite 110; umpnM CHVTTANOOC.A While ? A City is onlyas

T lte. t>ml ViHaledlnr<< .-rAl : crowd of 3.WOO stood ilentlthe I Progressive BUS I FARES
its
:allaiTULSDAN 'budies of three brothers: who died Wt flU all prescriptions when as
s *1 Transportation
-- together on a naval gun: turret on your old car starts giving you Downtown Buses "

1'ollr lluro eJ IIf) November 30. lt!>42. when a Japanese trouble. System Routes 2 and 3 DCPoinciona
torpedo hit the USS New: J We carry a complete line cf i
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JUNE: t. .U-T.-, Orleans oft Sato Island near Brake Parts,Ignition. Gas Fitting and "I A

day c>t** a.1; hs i + rrt5. and a Guadalcanal! were buried side by Spark Plugs. Fan Belts. Naval Hospital C

kin" inputh-tit nature A per side on a green: knoll in the National AT YOUR SERVICE . : -
on burn this day will" gain a Cemetery: here:
knowledge" t.l the aits and wit-no. The brother: :Edward 30. Jack I.ei- us--pr. i.1, DAY OR NIGHT i iJ I City Hospital.

r*: will) lie lltotuu h and' make 22, and Charles Rogers :20! were PHONE 117U Key West Transit Co. [ Stock Island and 1 r
ENOS SLAUGHTER right fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals, skids across home plate on his back nc. Boca Chica __ e
himnrlf understood The ili>poiition tong of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellis
I will, general! lie gentle and Rogers of Ormond Fla. formerlyof I n I to score against New Yerk Giants at the Polo Grounds Catcher Wes Westrum of the Giants gets J JANE and SHINE I I J. W. Sellers. Manager I

\-n\olent. with, a df.-ue to help Chattanooga ball too late to make the tag. The umpire is Lee BallanfanU Slaughter came home from first 1502 BERTHA STREET 1 Phone 1 1037: I

\ end C1ib ole the sue: amid n t ed>'. TLey have live other d l.hen. I I I base! on single by Vernal Jones.

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LEVEE WORKERS RATTLING NORTHWESTERN FLOOD
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WORKMEN WITH A BULLDOZZER male hasty repairs to a levee near Yakima. Wash in battle /i -
with th* wont flood to strike the Pacific Northwest since 1894. Rising water has driven hundreds .
of residents from their homes in areas ne,r the U.S. Canadian border.
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ttrirf Items OfInlwsl ..n'E.()" SR( Uf: .\HGEIITII SODOMY I


To Wonwn p ., F ,
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)Damn drippings used In the
.t.cort.nlnf fur c-n..t tn I Inuwd! V
fur prods 1)M- ere a taU additMn
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A tray or a wheel table doc
rxrtllt-iit duty in ranging diihtt
and from th. dinm IIHWIIVf rx l :S
t..f..'.. Jr
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_ttMf$ -
\ *.tahh-c that are naiticula- = ex"r
Iv IH.d to (-our>l.. with rn'inu-d y
Itch air i*''+!t and) carrot%. t.i i nit a
'ant u. a.'I..ralu! +. stet!
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If t.>"tluh :ate dry. highlight

11.h\" |pulling a !eta i'k ol un ',.111, t 1'K
.' *-a<'ii ..\..rid\ bU-nding II 41\,"..i P Y -
HM mine lid. btfoie using e>'efliadoW.

qAt't

Mtneial I tit..puMls rulUi.ted
filial wati-i and foot) ofttn ('auiMltinx '''' ,
in aluminum uttn-iK T> :
axd this. than the 1 1 |>..r.4 well aMmn !> .
altei UHIIIK! a* .nul.lt'|
If all IUIIIMIS* dour la to I*. I : j
Md.titul. I... the take flouiralktl s 77-
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for in a ir< ije. the amount .
.4 fkxii flMMild$ l I.r di*it.axil 1 lit \ I _
"... tahl, |I.M>n.x |I"'i < up'| 'lul. :
This One Thine, for CERTAIN:

A main iliih tike. ; on extrairitrrrt 6 I
titan fruit i% M r\e It Aa.&O.& ,..,...t. IS d<'lltM>UiVllll
.......1. lrunrw ftt will with swttt
p"al"% ia.14.i i>imit;< i I. Apply, -
w' M/MMI ...II..I. Willi C'al..rt'. I
tAP \Vlrrphol ;
ltu tiif-f.Ht (._ dreasln;. 'I A CHARGE OF -,
SODOMY has been placed against E. K. Johnston
i.Mtliy niiiiiMiMK the 1 h.-*-,.- into ' $
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(right) 58 year old professor of journalism at the Universitycf
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a lndaid I it mil tlief. ..iiv Missouri. He leaves the police station at Columbia. Mo.. ir\
.iUnrf tu a Jn..n: KiilML 11 i. I
(.iiallv t..1 l mi. a ttalutl <>f rt..kcilvr8rl..ble I custody of State Highway Patrolman Lloyd Swartz. He. has
-,. Ler-n a member of the university faculty for 24 yeari Thi e}.
.. I me charge was made against two other men with what County E EI
Kits, IlllrU. with tuttagt. Prcsccutcr: Howard B. Lang. Jr.. described as a "homo- MAKE
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t-lK-.-.... ..nrHii.... I sexual ring." Professor Johnston pleaded innocent at arraign-
BOTH LOCAL NEWS! !
itink make.*i an".d uil allrwllve a ld. ...f ii.Miri att-iTTt-i-lmx-s. ment and WaS held for trial under $3 503 bond.. 'i I

anti dt.IM......' !sal.ti.. Either fit hMix -----1 1'tun.
w r..t I Iaar .h.il r. tray .b.Y. .' un. ) \'"'s Iaii: : 1'1111.11) S ', bum in Newark N. J., r>3 ,

.-1 d. (Know America vtTago. I
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- Frank Morgan, actor-comedian ,
| Firdini ClaHaitiU ..f( Ch>- born 58
I years ago.
a tan tit t'unlknsid V 'KT- I
tabletop" aid a ,IKHIIK! tit fUtniJL 't':i*i.. tr.nt: 'ti .:1 II"" born in Chitafio Dr. Frank II Lahey; eminent
......n... fiRUIIft" IU minutes with 7itar;; > ago Boston surgeon, born in Haverhill I I

4 ups of U>ilim water' AddLtuwrwd DwiKht I H G. Palmer! president -. Weiner. Mass.,Janssen 68 years symphony ago. or- i I. l F' or local.)( news is not( confined( alone (to t those) columns) (of t the paper uhich 1
cubed. tmM>... ni H'n pep '' ol General Cable New York
t-r and KJ ux.; foi a dekriailedirt. born in St Louis. 62 years ago. chtstra conductor born in New 1 1YOlk. 1

.. Bi&hop James II Straughn of 43 ;rears agoWjh.tn deal with' court fines and firse and events.( In the aduTlisenients (
Pittsburgh Methodist leader. ( weddings( l sports I -
In t.aklnt& With brttwn *u !ar all h..tin, in C\nterviUe McU!; 71 years }, micit i rare domesticated -
lump tMHiki tai itmtixed titmith a..... bic-ed arc suplfl'cdly of

ma.)<>Utar lir d tMinre.rR. with iiteaBUi a rutlmst mi: Thi pin> noted Arthur. author Pound burn of Albany.in Ponti N. Y..cMich '.. Jap-l1t>.*-o-: :igm of local merchants, (the price of cggs. .or hullcr- .ur! land. ) ('hops.! ) .is of
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The surer ahuuld tUn U patkedtt .. C4 1. r rr r.
years aeo.C STRONG ARM BRAND COFFEE
..lly into the IJM'AI'UI'If\t: up
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Cl'ALbc. retired
Tu tarrying a\utd tlain clothe and, to fiHigA tht wa
rut) tlM.th| -j. t.. tlte wth'knee I League born InMd4.h..11
ii>untOhio, 7Jea "" MILL
kft out
loll the tM.ththa
tin a ("an... pull it out t>n a sled ..M> at .
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\l-l. Im Ross author. than
wvt-r an.w) ground man of tin Ct nimilt "'- of F.nLuplitmtnt All Grocer . I
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When, rhildrt lire ol mIlk aa I Id. :. . P.iceVoihmx;- 'I .5 II . .-11 r . r II I

.ink it huuM !I. given/ to tht'f1I j -- ---I And other readers-\\here and what sale of shoes <'<
in Cream 1IOUpa.. in ru-e pudding in custards ui i nnet-putiding des-I
lens and in nthcr di>ht-s. :

Ow'11& U... )..1..1.11Jt...... lo\t periotlic'FEMALE or 5J- :IUgC l !nylons) tangible 1] merchandise :and services( \ availabla.: .all thiis; :

.k.lWrir "pfi.ult-d in army Eu
ropran ttKinliK*. T...- r",it-nth.! .
.lutt-d. tupk-m. -s woe *far to M t inalitay : ]local( iicus.So .
lint) tM .tai,t croup any.

Raking pu..d..r bi"'u.1" th.ug'. 'I WEAKNESS 1t
.InMr.d with minttim'.il.
rolled up. tut in fclut and tukolA l -
l>ru.n ukar sautv u dclutuofivd .
with the t-uokcd dr.M,t With Its Nervous, {
Highstrung Feelings? ; .' . .,,' ten yon() read your CITIZEN( t today() for ne 's t of l key \We\ >l, also
thermostatt
Eltttrit' iron with t. +(,
I..thl" t)t' Art ,nt troubled by distress ol ftai -
may bp suited fur of" disturb '
J. :iiicttuual monthly
rum-nt -.41 bv cure it tan bt a>...dn I [AM-s U make too eel Hiuiu t ,
.' both curri-nU. Inftm. dtprmln "1,-.. tx-dv. croaky at such resiles times?Then Weak.....'. ..P, read( its advertising( l,0 1111111S. I Read t them (carefully, :and 1 then 1( 1 buy) locally.(
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; on it fur travel 1 u.%. ; '. I.Ja fe Pmkbaa.'s \c I;etabln <
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( : ud to relic+ such smprooms' /!':
WGmen by the thou.n.
If iluUMpiii .ie uaiiixti in bit, rrpt ted remarkable beiitfit.I'mkluiii ;., ._ s .t
theovrn a few utinut brfuie using 'a Compound Is What 'f1t.t.st .
sedaUvialt
tall a uterine
they will help Lrrp lm&(i", bas a .cr.ud MX>tbw .. ... ...
the han ; +u. uiuel important oi7ans a t"l.
Maim anti l aU ha ttn .,.u6.rlf-Ptnkbsa's Com o

.n.. tub. ___ i .iom..i:nk.u..1'.i t:tclpb,huiitress bolld. li'salau.6nat up. resistance
,MU'ji lilt wrote AU drufcw_ mange
KIUMU .puck will" U (hue in. fla. fr. ...,. of life i The Key West Citizen i
yW if used within ti\o ... IoIX a'akea tier R mayfit.ralddle,
iiMmths ... the (tale a>Hfd,. JiKitli < Monthly Female PainsI'.n..law' ll f. u7 u Ma+ ra
*- u? S IKpartmtnt ot .\> 1 iui I ITiaditfiii ,'n.t.it to. ....11..* UiO&Ully uth Syr ttporutrb"d ter p lS. I
1I .r..ps. .....s..ch.. backatb<*. or r
Ira' uu'"r' Its +
I lMite
..I.!ieu due to female lunctl.i / I I I
liwld that VaK-nlitv. ,. I: :..il monthly d..b..nCC"lo s.poarVEdETABLE $

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Day tkiuvl iu nana' fitMii
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pA9 I THE >KET WEST CITIZEN TUESDAY. Jt; <: 4a

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Honors And Awards To 1'I.OOD( ) U\l ERWIIEI.IISN1)It'I. ( II\VEST: TO\V:\ Kucains; 1'" Hold UMOVS f : ; <;H sITKK: OPERATION;

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Junior-Senior High Students ; I II" I II f Night Ofjnnr 25:;

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iI l Julius Kovash. program: director i.r -

Feature School's Activities + of the Key West Kiwanis,
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,, I r l club announced today that a 4r

F 'surprise": U in store for members.

WAIKIIS.' IIONOUSM: ) l 1 Mxa I when they meet today at 6:30: p. .

..UIIIIUUUIIURUUUUIIIUIIIUIIUU4'UiC11NNIUUUIaa' : .. : i 1 at Tavern. ,
m. Duffy's
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The [ What the program; wilt consistof

x'11.1.111' I PIIKSKMrnljilHKI : I'- i.-- being kept quiet but K"-
!\ash promises it10 ill be hi;.;nlv

EU 11 l UI'"T: : {OBSEKVATIONSOF) Piateresting.; 7 ax x" ''
[ Met rtwftilco. itV... announce*!

!I... nf liotioi :...-1 A FOOL i iBy s't' thafr Stanley' cray. past:: itn"qycrngr : I

.....!.dI'! |IfU.I| >- in ,OHK<-v W I ::: : : of Florida Kiwamiv. -: G
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avid secretary: of the
BILL LEE i
Junior-Senior Ilifih St'III..1 Inch .t\OW club: and "Hutch" Huic-i

lighted' the Mtivituof llw iiHii I I 1II11M11MI1fIItllllllllllnlllllllllll.mllllllllllllllllll"! inson "daddy" of the Key Wes'

hind l institution, llx- earl: 'A,-ek HM\I: ,1| |..in<-lana tres art neat' club will he visitors at this even-

and will continue in the liim-light: I ly in full I.l-M.ii On everv .-licet* enZ'e meeting.;

this '...(* k. in the colt the |IMnn{-ions. arc vi.iblo. .- Hutchinson is a member Hi--
ell tt ; Ilolly tw.d! club and
? sponsoring
The' KnpM| r. M liool publication. << Their H.I l flowers make! col01 Gl
rtvfaloi. in its final edition (iii pit'I me.- on all >.,Nle 11', a one of the sparkplug in the ui'-.

I lar.l Frwljv lliat tinel.f..-enlo!.- luiiM visitors alit o(.o>c down Camzatron of the Key West Rrofp.He .

r.1 l rasc.s: in UK- front Iwll of the anal l se these iM-aiitirul, tlowerma" was made an honorary chit!; member
ixcciit-
KlVL'St
of the
)Inch ltool Molding" & that IM.I.I. the II N.... You find them often nnna; ,;'

1-orn h slfll fciid' troj ihics lied (I.Men led with white or blue bl oaxni.. t Iv. .
Plan.will I be I Lid I by the ehai-;
oil olior tiffs.Talkins I
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rleaned.rid' )htn ( citfitmfiMfnM-nt Nrt.k. Name : of |1..incidl1i1"wh. i j meeting
'I t\ ,n paetW "body following tonight's :;
of HH Yo Uint'r..1 tin- lUusehIsrtnb ,1'.n'l l :: the Overseas lIi ;hwa- du I IMiuethins I for the charter presentation: I Ixm- r

"si-Knee" award. will lie, engraved ; aliout. planting tn-es | FLOOD: WATERS from be rampaging Kootcnai' Biter (background) corer tho streets and enter quet scheduled for June 2'). More

on the conch shell and clown the .keys Or any other, I I homes and business, establishments of the town of Bonner's Ferry. Idaho. as the northwestern* information will he released on t.15 J'b'.t"',

mill ,Im displayed nlone with the<< kind of tree for that matter. Overseas I section of the country suffers worst flood in this century. Residents of the town lost a. five-day this affair. expected: to bring 150 MRS. COSINE SHEFFIELD HAYSMAN lies in bed in a Sam.

trophies won by the school as a Highway;: offers a wonderful battle tp keep the water out by reinforcing the dikes. The flood in this area covers 30.000 acr,K* Kiwanians and their ladies to. Key I' nab. Ga. nursing home as her sister. Mrs. Carnegie Haytman

N huk- oppoitunity for beautifieatioii. Orwon't I II u> the river valley. Merchants anchored their store counters as water poured into the streets... "NSKVK1V 1| West, at a later date.I strokes her forehead. Friday her husband. Meyer HaysmaB a
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Junior High Awards !I IThu".lav | the soil take such trees ....
We _.: ... I i I : - night club operator. charged in superior court that an operatioa
i understand that -- -- -- -
final :some Key
momins A' the .
Westers are cutting the royal I I 11'I ; ; : : ii Hi2/1 School performed two years ago by Dr. H. C. Frech left her p.rw.aoently
Junior. lift High: Commander School chapel GeoiRc" proar5n' cianas because of the clutter of HIES << << I l iIItS: 1)l( ltIN ; STOItll J )j. f unconscious. He asks $62.000 stating his wife "n tther

A. Warren presented I the Amcri- red, blossoms: on the [pound. This 1. Alumnilobl. ; \ sees nor feels nor understands."

1 run legion award to Don Liven Wil-: 'j| would without lie the a rather pomcianas.colorless I'lt.1 I II \f Ai if i mil Reunion; -
limnf and Gay has IWroso. -
The foiciof the 'n,1 I' i" 'Than
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I lie \ flirorjnuihes I n..t. a e-nt4ir> sifwrfust ;
; 011:1110; an ordinance. or .
for scholarship. eharaeter.kadersh.p. II .f!
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; with 'heIccresKcd n..II'.n enunciated' bra &tvmic
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something; to prevent heighl .t: ins :
honor and cotnwcc.these ; anyone'cutting }Key West high; :Si-iwiol AlunmiAjaoviation
down these beautiful 1s 'r { annual : pressure of the ;'''. and. theory according; to which.the i I
the honors that : held its ie-<< ,
arc highest trees.<< I Elks: ('lobarlnex |: :al the he-il'hl of con:: .. t:* "O feet'''' atom; was the: "la..t wnrd" in..the'lIh..jlI.l'jf
can IK attained by a student in union last night: in the
the Junior Huh.; I I with 73 nutiiibtiamid 41'': it is reduced: about one-fifth. :- ) of mall nr.I '

Among the pk-ture-i taken by I present. Guests of honor
Senior High LettersAt ;guests:; :;
j (I'dl, Shrout ofirial photographerfor I I I
the last Senior. High chaorlpi I I I were Horace O'BVyant. Democratic Ii
letter were prcwntedby the<< Saturday Kvening Post:: toillustrate 1 nominee ror' vuoermterclent << ,I I i
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the athlete director. l hand .lirectdrji an article. about this I of public instruction in Kl'tn- "

Strtcn\ Council<< teacher.chairmannfid ',city icy street by Benedict. which will Theilen.appear 611 in I' land roc county.Adams.An .and Mayor A. Matt I just saw the New -
buiinr-is course '
r J.uisVinkl..r.. IMuint Io'fhmrhairman I Ill(' SEP:. "metime<< in August;: : was-I! entertainmeni was. :aivenCommander
showing the .
some
poinciana in Huah Ilrediti.R'oyaJ .
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of the<< Student CtMincil. 1 >
full hii! 'm. :Miss EIN".r I>otW-
thrrhapcl l Navy:
attending
explained: to those : 1i/ .
Key West<< should cet a lot ot # program just what each 1 free publicity. out of the article t 'c it Bmlin ;2e a slut W laI! '__
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student had done to receive the I- ,; '"
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for. will l he
it of that
one a acne< cricket: Miss Dwwrki -
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council Utters.I : the SF.!' i is running which i.- 'L /' rya. -
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Miss playedthe
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.rttcr<< w<<-I'e'rn b> Nathan called.( Cities of .\l1>l'nc'a. Sh, out r t) ,, i,

Pepper. athletic director nr the<< also look shots of the ;graduating; pi.no.Othcr features of the ;'eunH. ; }j jC

brhooLs.! Varsity pi-etcnted basketball team with exercise* at Convent of Mart Im sere a banquet and tlancmjt. The ; ( 7 Ir frYr

memtX'rs're maculate and some fishing continued till 1 o'tlock.The o. ;
latter : :
miniature Iwskctballs and the __ 1 ..JL.l't' "' @
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scenes. following officvis. : -.veie r : --
baseball team players were given i President" Edwin Trevoi aridDirector I J- .
Mrs. lIen- elected: : ........ .../ 1/-) \ ..
baseballs.
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miniature :
1 J. D. McAndrew- th 4rf President C. E. Smith. Jr.: tire ..... lee L..o.J '
il riette Stone teacher presented i Chamber of Commenttntroclut: I '
president. Colin Fclton: scrietVy. << -
the letters to. the girl athletes. | ed Shred to. various phas, < olI I Loul:>" Ketehum: : tieainTT.kjVilino "
Earl Dillon. hand director then Koy<< West life. "
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beautiful I letters to inters *
parr 'ttiqirAaire
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of the -senior band and Mr. \ ('. fishermen mcludina -

Frances Sands awarded honors to. : soimers.| ; will !I.. mt".... .te., '

\pists.: office practice walkers in a mooting; that will IK- held under ,

;and shorthand students. I an;'pices of I the Mallnl' 1."+h' if ;

Senior Class Awards [ oratory at the University ol Mi- is Complete Laundry :

Lorraine NoUil ('. valedictorian | ami called the<< Fisheries In.>titut I a .
da will IK- for 9-14. '
I of the graduating ;- August: YOUR

awarded the I'.-T. A. l book award I The institute<< has l been omame /- \I' .'h,.,tlll
for highest scholastic average': for .1 l for the piuiw)Mof exchanctn_ i
SPECTATORS VIEW THE WRECKAGE A C-47 ARMY TRANSPORT PLANE which crashedin House r say'I
girls, and the Readers DiRest/ << subscription ; and disseminating infounatiun! OF I
award at Class Night :j and discussing problems of the 9 corn field! 20 miles'southwest of Baton Rouge, La.. during an electrical storm Friday. ScVea =---- .

activities tomorrow nicht. Mi : I saltwater fisheiies of the southeastern spldiers were killed in the crash. The plans ripped jagged crater that measured about IS feet 'I -c:: -_-'a-' -. the Frigidoir Fully Autemtrtic

Nottapc/ << is the editor of the An- i << United States and the<< adjacent !- deep. 18 feet wide and approximately as long as the pUnc. Wreckage and bodies were scattered Deeds PAINTING... ,rn.WASHER .

tufct 1043. : Carihl>can area with a possibility over an area-of about an acre. The plane was en route from Now Orleans to its base in RoswetV -
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Among the other seniors who of meeting; annually. New Mexico. C: H-:: :t # ;
I One of 1 the subjects to 1'\'\" duciissod I I "
night -- '
will I he honored tomorrow ; "' 'nh "l.ivc-VTa. alo0l. All fou
arc: is the red tide and its effect --- I ." do is put in (.lot bes and soap set the

Uauuhters& of f fI on Florida fisheries Another 1.'I ilul I . and forget it Fills and
Doughtry
Anne ; empties
; 1'i i. 1lniitlivill; {;girls; ; ; ; UirllFrhlert USE [
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the American Revolution waul. I is the<< size of mesh and the Florida r a1lLSPAhuxt itscli automatically la less than
I 11I1h&hunl's I mullet! fishery. The shark industry halt! hour clothes have been
was the I I in your
Douchtrv
Miss 1211 J I
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ll > Observed illII.S. fIeel ; -
1 May Queen. She will also" he discussed' < I TonightTin washed. clean, rinsed twice an J damp-_'
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voted the most popular,I will crawfish and :similar: mat- Knowles- lane. is in Nev YOJ k ilneJ! . some ready for ironing '
has been in the, ters. ToIitrruirTonwrrow Order\: of K: inbuMr Girls" City visiting: her daughter and "' That's only part of the u xy Yoa'U
and best all-around girl I will hold its regular meeting<< this :-oninIaMr.. and Mrs., E. C. 55 aj have to see this rcTulutionaiy new

Hrn'ior class.. 97-pound tarpon hooked night will be Class evening at 7 clock ai the Scottish Athev. Her! d.iuuhtei: ithe for- wa&bef }uursclf
and Student -
Lois Winklcr-Rotary I tvaa Rite Hall. Violet Ru ell\ ..t! Key
Citizenship Award. and Itoaled not ) :: by Night; at Key West High School.one tall i \h-
Council I George Allen. \\.ancn who was of the most:: imH| >rtrfiit and in- All members arc invited. to ;
and the Award Judge for Aquilino the senior Lopes who,;| fishing: for snapper in Bar Chan- le".IIII111: :> on this- week's .'t." .,I .nunths I- '.4I I sa
Jr. $50
I Incl. Warren boated the hue: commencement program. j
has exhibited excellent Quality attitude in( fish with a handlinc. The tarpon The following program I waslicvn ,; CIVIC: : nUKO\E.ME\T: the N.w Frigidoir* El*
Enahsh and, judged general on knowledge.grades_ _! Luis-' was hooked on a snapper hook.The amu>unccnthiU -' 'Pll: ,J t n 2

lesion I record catch of tarpon isover Night exercics: .apK-i-. to I Ixot \ lUil limp'' t G
also won the American : LBN4INS .
Constitution. Contest" 100 pounds but the monster I tiverture. "SerciiinU'. frf llr- at the iifHnenl here in Fe, WestTlus \' : ---'.
Oratorical Warren landed ccitainly, PK.-MS"-llifih Sc h.ad p.ori. undrdinxliou ( i is lentalielMhi'i, - i II irons doilies faster. smoother
'nuni
for Monroe. County and was run- ; i"t..c T.. liar "........ c..,..
of tal: I Dillon.) diicIni 1 all nhout backache
for looked like a reeordbreakinsfi.h ; : tend l for June 2. at the nun KM.: li Ii. neater; lifting
ner-up<< for the D.A.RAward i of the sclwtnl., andiloriuinTln.r :speak' <*<-> V..I.11'talk I ALL VITAMINStncJ.'o 'l I ii i j lhtital! ) strain. The open ends will
which she will receive a ccitif- .. 'erenM.nms Mu riIvn i- take sheets and taMecloUu . easily!
Mi tre s of ( in behalf of Ic .:.ili/.itl: ;..nu.'1 to be tsscnnU to h...n. icate.Patricia. i Rennelt.Salutatory. .. L It has many lomcaicmc features. sut.h
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lint and three .d IMY m .
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Ru.".cll-IIV Artman. --- Martha; W..lki.v-. pga.tun | pUt Liver sod uoo. .:- ;as selective heat tooirol. foot-treadle
to it. 5
Sr_ $100 Treasury:: Hood Awaidj\ Clio IIisUM: Pat IN.II.Waltl } 'Complete plans will lie : nruHinoxl 72'/ S1.57 i8 .awe- acuoo. two ironing speeds, roll-stop
writing by a for pressing and a M>-inch roIL
for the best creative : 2"8' 57.95 APPLIANCE
S msK"S: Your lSir- :
senior. This covered the ields j 1 doi. "- Senior tlroup. I and will include the -Beakers thRMidrralor. ,- e.GARDNF.R'S. : I saw
and J
radio ('S.'i JY.
of speech
('Lose) Poem tC'rm Limon ctt."As -.
A. bookAward PHARMACY PIIOM''. ; I ii I "-
Jerry: 1h.-nriQuf'Z-r.T. ('la .. _. AntoniaSmith few the ,. iieiilAsMX'KitMin !-
: 1'r"pha v l.111IJH --1 1
for highest: bolistiv" |I Son to Williamses 1114 Division:: St. Cor. Varela 60S Simonton StreetKEY : the New Frigidoir AvtomCHq
and l 1".1 Ci-var h politi-
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Jciry algai won : : PHONE 177 . FREE DELIVERY j WEST
for boys. Lieutenant. and Mi- Kdnaid:
average : t 1'I'I .S .ng; "Blue LcU.iiM'J5tnioiGroup. axe to Jllntl.l1 Ot is out ol the- ,
Hie<< Navy Day essay t-ontest:: for Williams.1 juaitiTs 1' Sub Ivi question. II the assoi-wtion: we.tconstructed ELECTRIC

boxs.GrLselda announce the loll tit ot a son in the I Last Will awl Tc.-tannnt-- in that mannei. .' .

CalkjilHduM'h1".mhi Naval Hospital. at 12:30: a.m. onSunday. ; crt Miller.Plr.rntat. forum cut'ing both sties ol a qu<- DRYER--

Award. The baby weishnl: : s,-ven ..>n..1 I HCMMI.-i .. Pun tion would iutulK IK- -p..n.\: >\

Fare KenaldiDr.. William It.. l'uml11)1 (c ounce.-, and h;i> j final) Horace. (>'P.ivii aloe" \o-j vc .wished for-

Warren Memorial Music A".nl.Mis been nanKtl Thomas Edward. Valedieloty-i >.rr..in.- N..tt..u-. "While. mtlubli..1! the :ui"'n.He :. nuntimes, tjecvialiv on wintry or
Hervaldi i,> circulation, manater I I Sun "Now j is the ll nii"Svn .. drawn fiom \.11 '''I'' i tu'\ > m 1 our rrescriitlii'u Ifr'INn-I- i.mj .las. !No' heavy clothes to hang

vf the 1943 Annual.Marilyn j Athletic' n1 lna ('I'. H.r Group. L.d.thu.4. dub, ,md LsI-, / inriil to nw only II"/ I 1'5>,' or take dv'an. Its autoonitic.

Bennett -Jr. ChamU-r Athletic. hi\C tin Mn.uitii.r, lair put iu \MI>c). set the automatic
: Galey Su'ctin-lI.1v: ; Alma Matt i Senior t'l i>* no parr' in M. ii t'lircsl vndV#'. /i.'*l un' / i
of Commerce: "I Speak for IX- i Boy in the Senior (.I.t.s... Fa.incrStudent I I -- - a..uch" Sru._" .1:....1..1.. .( n timer . .and-Uvrgct n. In 15 to 25
mwrucveont<->.t winner in Key I : Council president and -- - -- fl ,":; ,';('"h minutes ..bule berfulfj clothes

West High. She will\ reivive a : basketball captain.. /olon. Lriri.s( ; To 1 "h,. been fluff-lined by Jrcoaunj: !

TVA.U. certificate. Mi.s Bennett Nancy Lane-P..ul Shvr Watch STOP ITCHINGDISCOMFORT .., uu l-.w-auiuo'-nadrtw ixotua;.

alai won the<< Navy Day essay .\wani'rur contributing: nest to i! U'l.l. n.: Rilrr;

contest for cirls.: the silMK.l l\J Athletic Gill in TONIGHT' e Called For
Chamber ..f Mr. and Mr.. P. A. U-wi S Vjijoy lh soo'hinE and romfwrtw Prescriptions
Donna Colt--Jr. the senior "' ''$0.'. Photography; w medr- iK>a :of G.a: 1Omt- w f S ('un1lnen''I."itr.: .! for first prize editor of the I94S Annual. :Mem- of KeyVest. ann'.iunec tne engagement _nt _h.'* Dlmsant anti.ptio GQ fed a Alto n. Frigidair. Refrigerator Eltral/fS
AmericanUm ;; and approaching: mai-: e aid in .tung rid ..l irritation e PO _
Monroe County's loer l of the Annex Committee, and i riacc of their daughter. Dolores GRAY'S ___ Rang** . Water H_IOfI. . Horn. Frwnt*.
contest.Antonica. t>f the Student Council.Andre OINTMENTASTRMA.I and DeliveredGARDNER'S
Smith-B..Uor Award Mumford Business .Ann to Gal'Rist"r.- son of
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Smith
fur uutsUndw2: woik. Miss manager; of The Snapper and '48 South Carolina ::
of The Snap-
is: a former editor Annual.
i The wedding will take place en
: William 'wart-rul<< SherWatch UFFUEIIS FIND CUSS fO" 'ISUf I
June 8.00
per.Charles Sth at 'p. m. at FItTt'thuda..t
.1I..cr-l\o"I In>kine DUI TO ASTHMA AnAcis! !
GUSHED
Award. for contributing :\ Church with IkG .....,. f r. .r (...... .: .... .HUEI..... .
Ru)' in the senior: cUss. 1943 MayDay mcst to the school; among boys Leon Wells officiating. yea: ? M ion to."n. ,! .,.a
King. a r.aih.te r v ila th Ii ..*. l.. r* ==PHARMACYTHE
; The staff
Member of and
Snapper Martinez
Relatives
and rtcnd* hate lawninvited eo..erstaa. Men "cI \ 'token h r"I"eoI ""*\<*- r Co.
Ben Saunders Moe-t. AH- senior band.Merili : : with dr.ad.y,.c ;'h. 1 Refrigeration
to attend the weddms.! .
w h'c. 'lima 't. 1.
Around Boy in the senior class. t--'I. f -I fe 4 STORE
Hilton Wmiesi Girl
-- ir The couple after the weddms. re.r.r'.r.e ,:. rtOMETIN "to tiT'brmait '.
Council I ..... . ....., ..
Student president. cenoti<-r."c nn th'
Feature
the senior class. editoiof n't "
will leave for Norfolk. Va.I ......... ,
Conchita Varela-Best LookingGirl. : .t. to> y .fpw .r.-" I_ to"" cI I 1021: I Diual Slr --l IMIU.M27: : hht \\'r-l. llorida
the 4S Annual. Chairman ot rl .w'-t.-- "'tl!! "..-t.d.. PSOuET.MU DIVISION STREETCorner PHONE 177
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1 the Annex Cueomittec and chapel I I Read the Classified: A2s in The IDO-W6 \j Varela Street

Robert )IIRer-\1 ittiat Kay program i (tlte 4'r.lrai nit, '"r f''arMar"', -!...'I. iwr."..'.-.t bier''.t'-of A '.: -"t. );1It"" = ..""r .
















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